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AMUSEMENTS AMPSEMENTS Daring! — Defiant! 4 — SESSIONS ALWAYS — Irrepressible! " a.m.. 2 p.m.. 5 p.m.. s ° m THEIR LOVE WAS. ALL THESE THINGS— ■ FULLERS = A PICTURE YOU WILL \ ~Z REMEMBER FOR ALL TIME ST. JAMES , THEATRE . AIR CONDITIONED ' —-^^^_^«- , """ Reserves at Theatre, Tel. 32-920. I Fv 7 ] I C_> Not for Years! ' Has there been such a Fascinating, Tense ,»«*'* ♦ ■■—_-— and Absorbing Entertaintnent as MetroDirection: Civic Theatre, Ltd. Qoldwyn-Mayer'o Four sessions Daily: li a.m.. 2 p.m., 5 p.m.. 8 p.m. Melodramatic Masterpiece Prices: 1/ to 3/4. Deal. Aids Available. Box Plan at Theatre, Phone 30-100. "GASLIGHT" Heated to 68 degrees. "GASLIGHT" Warner Bros. , Most Memorable Romance "GASLIGHT" ■ Torn Right Out of To-day! INGRID S gS G MAN ITJPTNO HPNRPm INGRID BERGMAN .LUriINU ±iiliJNKi_iD As the Beautifu i wife of a Cruel, Calculating In the enthralling story ol two people who Husband destroyed a House ol Hate so their Love CHARLES BOYER mißht " ve ~ CHARLES BOYER "IN OUR TIME" As the Scheming. Sinister Lover and Husband "IN OUR TIME" JOSEPH COTTON "IN OUR "TIME" Representative of Scotland Yard. Associate Programme includes: With "One Ham's Family" (Colour Cartoon) Nancy Coleman - Nazimova " Grand st T^™'"" 0 Recbmmended by Censor as Definitely Unsuitable Reichman, Matty Malneck. ' tor inuoren. '.'lnkl and the Minah Bird" (Cartoon). —..rn^oa Latest Paramount News includes I rnTTrvAP I CINEMA :: REMUERA The Heroic Story of the Mighty Carrier, JL U UKJIX | 24-749. To-night at 8. U.S.S. Franklin. - * •• vVarm and Cosy " Approved lor Universal Exhibition. WILL HAY and CLAUDE HULBERT MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. In tl,e British Comedy ' "MY LEARNED FRIEND COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE, It's Law and DisorVr. In Court and Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." Caught Out! — ■ ALSO: Latest British Newsreel. Repatriated ■■ivs warm „,„ Coax" "SSBS 5 ! Im& "DITT* VtpT PV I MISSION BAY clay Party" (Walt Disney) I I phone 50 . 220 Approved for Universal Exhibition. This Evening at Eight o'clock. j- ~~r j-r-Trfi \rl CINEMA :: TAKAPUNA Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour' In | LlAlill II | ph. 78-465. To-night at 8. D i A J. Jjj Betty Grable and John Payne In One of the Brightest Entertainments of the Year! .. FOOTLIGHT SERENADE " Sparkling Comedy. Romance and Song. Musical Comedy. A Lavish Production in Technicolour. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Approved for Universal Exhibition. __"Z „ . , ... ... Air Mall News, Walt Disney Cartoon, etc. | AVONDALE | Men. 745 I/I A TDTTAT f BALMORAL Tyrone in '"CRASH DIVE" VjAfllUL phone 62 . 5g9 A I SO "GENTLEMAN AFTER DARK" ■ Recommended by Censor lor Adults. This Evening at a Quarter to Eight. Fredric March, Alexis Smith, I ONEHUNQA Sir Charles Aubrey Smith In OX Xvi-IN D | Phone 54-380 " MARK TWAIN " To-night 7.45. To-morrow 1.45 and 8. A Super Production! Lionel Barrymore. Marilyn Maxwell, Van Johnson The Life Story of Mark Twain, His Adventures, " THREE MEN IN WHITE" His Great Love, His Incomparable Humour. „ IN OLD CALIFORNIA " An Unforgettable Film! Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. Approved for Universal Exhibition. . Also Screening —An Amazing Document. I AMR AQQ ATIHR I pfc - chevaJler " WORLD OF PLENTY " J | At 7.30 p . m . 11l AQTAT? 11l DOMINION ROAD „nT S'a'xtpTdATTO » HI AbIUK ID Phone 61-433 SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS To-night 7.30 :: Variety Session 7.30-8. Dorothy victor in Judy Garland, Mickey Rconey in " RTnTNO HTGH " VxlXVij UJCIAiI 1 (j n technicolour). A Technicolour Western Musical Claudette Colbert. Fred Mac Murray in Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. " NO TIME FOR LOVE " satorpay. , p.m. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. j LIBERTE j P V MATINEE SATURDAY, 2 P.M. ' ■ "Raiders of Ghost City." Miniature, News and TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT "Girl Crazy ' Roddy McDowa n. Rita Johnson in PTTT?!?! TPQC! St. helier-s "m* friend flicka" JTI_J__VJ_J_OCS phone 51 . 000 Approved for Universal Exhibition. To-night. at 8. Sydney in Starring Margaret O'Brien. James Craig. Recommended by Censor for Adults. Marsha Hunt. Approved for Universal Exhibition. __" ~ r- t ac Also News. Coloured Traveltalk, Our Gang arid Matinee _0-mOITOW 1.45 Serial, 7.45 Fri/af only and gj. "^Toifn; "tWInSS" ™_-A1 e __j_ I __S a __£ d jsy; Western: (4) "My Friend Flicka." All Colour. I SOUTi-ERN~CROSS~] "An™™*^*^™**™*^?- — ELLERSLIe: To-night. Sftt. and Mon. at 7.45. I NFIW ROYAL I KINGSLAND " CRY HAVOC " J XN ill VV XYW X X_i- I Pnone 62-491 Marg "GIRi UI IN a THE (>a CA#E O " CieI1 ' TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT. Edmund Lowe. Jane' Carter. Laraine Day, Cary Grant in Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. " MK - LUCKY MATINEE SATURDAY, 2 P.M. Approved for Universal Exhibition. News. Cartoon, Comedy, "The Olrl In the Case." Lulse - Rainel , wllllam Bendlx VT A YTT ATP SANDRI NGH A M " HOSTAGES " I ' J - rl - •*■ ■*■ iiXXI) Phone 80-482 Recommended by Censor for Adults. To-night, To-morrow and Monday Nights. 7.30. Matinee TO-mOITOW 1.30 ! 8 JIM 1" lD (1) "Jungle Girl." Serial: (2) Comedy. Leon Also George Sanders Brenda. Marshall in Errol; (3) "Tortoise and Hare, Col. cartoon; " PARIS AFTER DARK*™ " W ''Secret of the Wastelands " Bill Bcyd, Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. Western; (5) "Mr. Lucky." Cary Grant. SFE g.\^in^^G N e^lem T a ( ?: M J?m^ OW - Apf££ To"r E PAKCINO"- _ - DANCING TO-NIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TO-NIGIIT TO-NIGHT MTINTPTPAT TTAT T AND EVERY FRIDAYNEWMARKET. ULI) - HlVl_j IJAJNUiII Come and Dance to the Rhythm of AL Ede^ C Terr"e. Ll,, EDDIE RYAN AND HIS SAMOA VINEULA BAND. "SETENADERS" AND NORM CROWDER'S BAND Also MARGARET ASSET, the Queen of Two Monte Carlos. Lucky Numbers. Hula Dances. Be a rU nner in our Monte Carlo Marathon. Good Supper, Lucky Numbers, Monte Carlos. Excellent Floor. Perfect Music. Dainty Supper. Adm _ i i l ? n i Ladi Jj_. 2/ '__ G< L nt ?_2/'.6j 3 ati ARTHUR EDWARDS, M.C. you r"*" favourite night E t L Txtt,ta LAß T A t PARTT MANCHESTER UNITY HALL ZEALANDIA HALL victoria street. BALMORAL. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). 8 P.M. i-> amr- I- t. »t t~t, - Roll UP- Members and Friends, also Well-wishers. DANCE TO-NIGHT. Monte Carlos. Floor Specialities. Monte Carlo, Novelties. New Band. Good Supper. SWING TO BERTIE MANN'S BAND. Ladies 1/e n .. t , 2/ Excellent Supper. Lames 1/6. Gents 2/. Sponsored by N.Z. Samoa Society (Inc.). ALL WELCOME. 3 4 H. M. YALLOP. Hon. Sec.-Treas. WESTHAVEN CABARET NIGIIT REVELLERS (By the Sea) AUCKLAND MOTOR YACHT CLUB'S OLD - TIME PROGRAMME. POPULAR DANCE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. Good Supper. Admission 2/6. Good Music. MASONIC TO-NIGHT Everybody Welcome. Ample Parking Space. Cubicle Reservations. Phone 26-447. 4 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT MY "T " FINE DANCE CLUB. AN ° X ™ Y ™?f T *™ T PARISH HALL ORANGE BALLROOM (Late st. s eP .- S ) Top of Symonds Street. ENTER NOW FOR OUR GREAT HIDDEN EPI SHALFOON AND HIS BAND. TALENT CONTEST. Vocalist: Vesta. Sylvia. £10 Cash Prlzes also contract t0 slng wllh Band Monte Carlo 1, 2, 3 Prizes. Supper. for Three Months. Definitely TWO COMPETITORS SING EACH MONDAY, THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. 3 Jitterbugging Prohibited. 3 REID-BUBBER SOCIAL CLUB DANCE. S op M Mr>§FßN S Ud" , OLD mp S Mwr L RYSTAL PALACE, MOUNT EDEN. 30 SYMONDS STREET FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 8 P.M. Classes Monday and Thursday. 8 D.m. Good Prizes. Supper. Private Lessons Given. ALBY COTTON'S ORCHESTRA. Studio Dance First Saturday Each Month. Modern and Old-Time. Admission 21. 3 Particulars. Miss Spencer. 42-237. TFI

"OUR LUCKY CAT" ART UNION RESULTS £2000 FIRST PRIZE 130458 £500 Second Prize 69101 £150 Fourth Prize 122036 £250 Third Prize 167652 £100 Fifth Prize 172543 100 PRIZES OF £10 EACH 12603 32155 47913 G6207 81711 '97068 12G148 145694 181410 196751 12923 36873 45613 66474 82473 104068 129145 152083 185041 198504 16974 38810 52454 6SOSG 85214 104094 133043 154113 191371 202618 18000 40187 55200 70399 88378 112477 135684 163896 192834 204366 19323 41213 61021 71453 50731 114388 139153 163912 193238 207376 22177 45382 61923 74398 91135 114583 140587 163939 19455S 205397 25142 45389 62146 76708 93503 114803 142869 173050 194738 208507 29751 45492 02169 77545 95625 124298 143380 175632 194776 209071 30556 46073 62641 78568 95719 124926 147374 176315 195229 210401 31738 46705 66177 79985 96316 125701 147653 178442 105314 215008 200 PRIZES OF £5 EACH 13232 30050 49449 75566 95637 1157G3 136654 155497 179569 197932 13678 30706 51143 76574 97401 123708 136806 156817 150753 109086 13878 30809 51657 77434 98053 124106 137366 157293 182350 199033 * 16011 32359 52040 77676 98753 124668 138120 358299 152961 199747 16275 32764 52740 78677 99044 125631 140111 158370 184385 203181 17674 34492 53635 75795 99226 125840 140348 158591 185487 203183 15309 36408 54757 81951 99891 126579 143218 159274 186762 204115 18357 38778 59505 823G7 100081 126816 146152 159394 155034 204958 19562 40481 62142 85013 101521 128696 147420 159464 159075 207007 19970 42058 62975 86437 101759 128964 147804 160892 15971G 207209 22032 42142 63473 86718 104450 129123 148256 162082 190579 207917 22750 42861 G3S7G 57530 104531 130143 149619 164972 190931 208448 22942 4313S 65760 85154 104991 131556 149970 165363 191302 209114 23105 43615 65930 886G5 107532 132538 150485 167513 192070 215027 23803- 44394 70499 89227 105938 133517 150045.168461 102238 215488 24117 44578 71029 92138 100118 133563 151339 170854 1926 i 216300 25402 45914 71201 94249 109916 134336 153535 173591 192807 218072 28578 47551 72194 9-1813 11014G 131407 154354 174891 191083 215697 29132 45G94 74036 94964 312539 13481G 154423 176045 195515 210410 30011 45748 74381 95074 114682 138561 155137 176833 107710 219573 August 1, 1945. N. McARTHUR, Secretary. Buy Your Ticket in "IN THE SWIM" £5000 ART UNION CLOSES SOON. Tickets Now Available.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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