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AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Daring! — Defiant! 4 — SESSIONS ALWAYS — 4 Irrepressible! " a.m.. 2 p.m., 5 p.m.. . *>m. THEIR LOVE WAS ALL THESE THINGS— FULLERS _.. REMEMBER FOR ALL TIME ST. JAMES , THEATRE AIR CONDITIONED =__=r """-~-~ ** *"*— Reserves at Theatre. Tel. 32-920. 1 j *V' ) I C SURPASSING ALL OTHERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Dram-tic Masterpiece Direction: Civic Theatre. Ltd. "CASLIGHT" Four Sessions Daily: 11 a.m.. 2 p.m., 5 p.m.. 8 p.m. Prices: XI to 3/4. Deal Aids Available. "GASLIGHT" Box Plan at Theatre, Phone 30-100. , CIT t /~i "LJ t< » Heated to 68 degrees. (j A b L 1 Uγ n 1 Starring Warner Bros. , Most Memorable Romance __ INGRID BERGMAN Torn Right Out of To-day! INGRID BERGMAN HJA PAUL The Beautiful Wife of a Cruel, Calculating, LUPINO HENREID rHART eVbOYER In the enthralling story of two people who L/XlArii-iiliO DUXiJA destroyed a House oi Hate so their Love CHARLES BOYER might live— Ruthless, Scheming Husband, in a Story "IN OUR TIME" Absorbinß and Dmerent-<<t-vt m-m/r-r-i.. Associate Programme includes: IN OUR TIME -One Hams Family" (Colour Cartoon) "IN OUR TIME" " Gland St Ca "ame; T^^T^ With Recommended by Censor as Definitely Unsuitable ■NT /-it XT for Children. Nancy Coleman — Nazimova Free List Suspended. Shorts Include: "ALL AMERICAN BANDS." featuring Freddy Martin, Skinnay Ennis. Joe "~ Reichman, Matty Malneck. CINEMA :: REMUERA "Ink! and the Minah Bird" (Cartoon). ILJiJUK Ph. 24-749. To-night at 8. Latest Paramount News Service. A. British Picture Produced by Approved for Universal Exhibition. LESLIE HOWARD MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. with *««nun<l Johns «»' J 3 ""™* *~"?" '" „ " THE LAMP STILL BURNS A Picture You Will Enjoy For Its Sincerity. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE, Latest New«reel Australian Cinesound, "Tongues Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." ' and Tails" (Natural History) —• Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" NEW CENTRAL HEATING INSTALLED 1 "D TP T?TZTTt"XTV~~I mission bay __. J_>l_jKil__.ijJ__ I Phone 50-220 IP A TTTTV I CINEMA :: TAKAPUNA '- ■ l_T-_.lJ__ II Ph. 7 a-485. To-night at 3. Final Screening To-night at Eight. i fred Mac Murray, Pauielle Goddard, George Sanders and Gail Patrick in Edward Arnold, Roland Young in "QUIET PLEASE MURDER ■ " STANDING ROOM ONLY " Approve, to Universal Exhibition. A Delightful Hilarious Romantic Comedy. ' Approved for Universal Exhibition. j— — _ "."V'tt - ! Cinesound Review and Selected Featurettes. | AVONDALL | To-night 7.45 Ill's' Warm and Cosy" - i7mm7~Rogers Noah Beery In I n A 'DT'TAT I BALMORAL .. pfIAIRIE CHICKEN," also Ori.irl± \JX-t Phone 62-599 Joan Wyati in "BUCKSKIN FRONTIER" [ KsHTesKs=ii To-nuJTt.U. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Robert Donat, Valerie Hobson In — "Adventures Of Tartu" I STRAND ?/ M =.o _--*_£ e Refo'm'meK Tc^\ o ' EMGTiLtt.. " Jon Hall Also Joan Marsh and the East Side Kids In "GIPSY WILDCAT" "Mr Mllircrc Sfpn? Dllf " And "LEOPARD MEN OF AFRICA" lur. IVIUggS OLejJb UUI Bolh RerommenC s C d by Censor for Adults. Approved for Universal Exhibition. . 111 astor in DO ™n™ Aa ["ambassador! f t srs: To-night 7.30 :: Variety Session 7.30-8. Tyrone Power. Ann Baxter in Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney in " CRASH DIVE " VjIX.Ij (ln -, lrrln - technicolour) Claudette Colbert, Fred MocMurray in Preston Foster Ann Rutherford in "NO TIME FOR LOVE " « BERMUDA MYSTERY " Both Approved for Universal ExhiUtrian. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. DTTTTPT PCQ ST. HEL I E R'S "_____ ...__..- ~~~~ Jr , __.J_.Kl-i-.;_b Phone 5 i. 000 1 LJBERTE I «„ To-night at 7.45 Sharp. L-IIX J. J-J J Phonc 43.789 "THE SONG OF BERNADETTE " " „. "AT- , n Tn NTOHT Starrine Jennifer Jones. William Eythe. Charles JP" N ? GHT AT 7 ™° tT",7,,0 i.t Bickford, Vincent Price. Lee J. Cobb and WAV ° . • A?o ad Metr C o o °Ncw, Recommend s*C° Multt. Recommended by Censor 'for Adults. D™ ' PeC '" " Approved for Universal Exhibition. I oOUTHERN CROSS rvrxmx> — t>/^v"At — i kingsland ELLERSLIE. Finally To-nisht at 7.45. ! 'none D- -31 "HEAVEN CAN WAIT" TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT. Gene Tierney. Don Ameche. Laraine in Recommended by Censor for Adults. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Topical Shorts. |se Ralncr- willi.im Bendix In .. HOSTAGES " DANCING Recommended by Censor for Adults. TO-NIGHT AND EVFRY MONDAY AND _. THURSDAY NIGHT ||||||| Mri m D HT) A T 1? I DRUIDS' BALLROOM llillili METROPOLE j.jjjul OLD-TIME DANCING AT ITS BEST. TO-NIGHT ■ TO-NIGHT CarST Everyone rl^oy_ CC J_iTc C in U ß dln t- \he "met BERT PETERSON'S BAND. Tempo Orchestra. Good floor, excellent muric. Milk Bar Supper %'£?"', Cvcrj ' bo:i y "cicornc. Sociable and select. Reservations: Phone 42-330. Efficient management. Make up your party and come to the Druids'. W. HASSAN, Director. | Admission: 16. Gents 2/. A. S. Rldler, N, Powley, M.C. 2 JUMBLE SAL)E , orptaiu" Hall, Onehuoga. Friday. AVONDALE RETURNED SERVICES' CLUB (Inc.) __lHiLA'__P. CK i r _^ 0 _ c '_J.L3___ 2 TO-NIGHT (Ever, Thursday) TO-NIGHT £V_? e S 7Wy U F rf£v Tradesman Cl ° UllnB 2 CLUB'S H«ALL dancing LAYARD STREET ■ — * SELECT OLD-TIME AND MODERN DANCING. WESTHAVEN CABARET Two Monie Carlos. Good Prizes. Excellent Floor, Music. Supper. Management. (By the Sea) Ladies 1/6. All Welcome. Gents 71. AUCKLAND MOTOR YACHT CLUB'S — POPULAR DANCE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Good Suppcr . Admission 2,0. Good Music. ZEALANDIA HALL Everybody Welcome. Ample Parking Space. BALMORAL . _ _. „ ... . DANCE DANCE Cubicle Reservations. Phone 2C-447. 4 Sponsored by the Carnival Club. ■ EXCELLENT FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA. MY -T - FINE DANCE CLUB. Monte Ca P rlo' CCt F '°°Good Supper. PARISH HALL Ladies 1.6. Gents 2/. (La , c gt Sep _.,, IM ' C - ) A - E. SHREEVE. ENTER NOW FOR OUR GREAT HIDDEN TALENT CONiEST. REALM OLD ■ TIME DANCE. £10 Cash Prizes, also contract to sing with Band for Thrca Months. MASONIC HALL TWO COMPETITORS SING EACH MONDAY, _i__j___- WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. 3 UPPER QUEEN STREET. N E W M A R K E T W OMEN'S E.P.S. TO-NIGHT AND EVERY THURSDAY. A socrArj AND DANCB TO-NK-HT (THURS.) K. C. RUSSELL. M.C. ALMA STRtET »™™* k *\ 2 Come and Spend an Enjoyable Evening. — Admission 1 . 2 EDEN-EOSKILL RETURNED SERVICES' CLUB (Incorporated) ST. M A R Y ' S HALL OPP. DOMINION ROAD POST OFFICE. Great South Road Tram Terminus. WEEKLY DANCE EVERY ™ursday. TO-NIGHT TO night Allan's Orchestra. Suppcr. Monte Carlo, i-u KJCiii 10-NIGHT N.B.—Mystery Dance August 30. - Good Floor, Music, Supper. Usual First-class Prizes. Music by WESTMERE OLD GIRLS' BASKETBALL CLUB NORM. CROWDER'S'POPULAR DANCE BAND. WILL HOLD A DANCE Admission 1/6. In the GAll-.TY HALL. Surrey Crescent, Cards-Progressive 500 Every Saturday Night. 2 TO-NIGHT - THURSDAY Good Band and Supper. Admission 16. _, /f . _.• n 11 2 J ' ARMITAGE, Sec. Orange Coronation Ballroom VICTORY DANCE CLUB Etso'nT™ W™™^ 3 fvery "Vues-ay -FrVd Presents Edncy's Studio. 313, Queen St. _ Ph. 41-615. TH TUPU WAKA AND HIS RHYTHMIC ISLANDERS. MODERN BALLROOM DANCING, Private Tuition, EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY. Studio Dance. Poiso, Sociability. Servicemen half Mont Carlo Vocali t Si fec ' — pll ' 16_214 ' Mavis Tollcmache._Epsom. TH „„„--.. v ..._.-__, ~ '" SECONDARY SCHOOL PLTILS — Beginners THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 Fridays. 8- 10 p.m. Enjoyable class lessons. MONSTER POSTER CARNIVAL. Don't Miss It. Old-time, modern 2 ,'6 lesson.—Royal Oak Hall. ' 2 63-771. 2

FARMERS' FRIDAY FARMERS' MONEY-SEVERS lt mTTT ,, , r • Store Open until 9 p.m. To-morrow THRIFTY " THRIFTY I , pKT MARROWFAT PEAS 1 2LB TIN GOLDEN SYRUP MARKET " I PKT. CORNFLOUR MARKET " ' PKT - TABLE SALT The Lot for 1/11 31b Loose Oatmeal for lid SAVES 31b Loose Wholemeal for B__ - Cold Cream Toilet Soap 5 Cakes for I/I Corned Beef Hash—l/ 5 tin Bovo, 4oz pots —2/ each YOU Beetroot, large tins—9_d tin Marrowfat Peas 8d packet Cornflour, best loose—9d lb "ft/Tn-YrtriV Molasses, 21b jars 2/2 jar IV-UIN -i. I Raspberry Pulp, 30oz tins—4/5 tin Skim Milk Powder—l 0d tin Assorted Pickles 1/9 bottle EVERY Farmers' Malt Extract, Ilb 1/10 jar • Farmers' Malt Extract, 21b—3/3 jar pAY f . 1 TIN HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER v '- I I CAKE SANDSOAP 2 CAKES TOILET SOAP 1 BAR FIRST GRADE SOAP I The Lot for 1/9 £ • * - SHOP THE "THRIFTY MARKET" WAY . . . Serve Yourself and Take It With You. FARMERS' TRADING CO., LTD. Ground Floor — Hobson Street — Auckland.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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