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AMUSEMENTS . AMUSEMENTS 4 — SESSIONS ALWAYS • ==- .<r__T Gll *VM I C n A - M - 2 P,M - 5 P,M " *° M Direction: Civic Theatre. Ltd. OT T A MTTQ' THTT.ATI Four Sessions Daily: 11 a.m.. 2 p.m.. 5 p.m.. 8 p.m. g£] JAffli!<S lrtlliAll Prices: 1/ to 3/4. Deal Aids Available. ____== AIR CONDITIONED - BOX Pl Heate d T f n ea « r S e -H Ph ° ne 3 °" 100 ' R « e " es at **"*»• «• 32 - 920 ' Heated to 68 degrees. Warner Bros.- Most Memorable Komance Bringing Fl'esh GreatneS; Torn Right Out of To-day! T ° _Jf S" in the strangest Love sto ■ IDA PAUL Unusual — Absorbing — Different LUPINO HENREID Unusual ~ Ab C omes S ~~ Different "855? I2S INGRID BERGMAN As the Beautiful Wife of a Schemlm "TN OTTP T'TIVrTT" Oruel and Sinister Husband in Metre „itl UUIV J-llViJii Goldwyn-Mayer's Melodramatic Mastcrpiee "IN OUR TIME" "IN OUR TTMF" "GASLIGHT" Jf U w t TIME • "GASLIGHT" Nancy Coleman — Nazimova , ' Also starri T ns: •. ~ , short, m,, h ..a„ „., Charles Boyer — Joseph Cot _ ° AME MAY WHITTy ~ ANCELA LANSB Reichman. Matty Malneck. . ~ ' , , . , "rnt-i onrt fi, «»• v. o. j.. „ . Associate Programme includes: ink! and the Minah Bird" (Cartoon) , „ . ~..,, „ . n Latest. Paramount News includes One Ham's Family" (Colour Cartoon) The Heroic Story of the Mighty Carrier, "Grand Canyon" (Fitzpatrick Traveltalk) U.S.S. Franklin. Nz _ Oovt _ F „ m Revlew ... 900 Prisoner. . Approved lor Universal Exhibition. of War arrive home . . . Stalag 18/ jjj MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. Klagenfurt. ' „„.„>. Recommended by Censor as Definitely Unsul COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE. for Children. :r Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." "It's Warm and Cosy" MTTTTTiTVR I CINEMA :: REMU I MISSION BAY 1 1 UUVJIX J p h . 24.749. To-night ; I iS&K&.JIiLi& Y J phone 60 . 220 — arm and Cosy .. _ Final Screening To-night at Eight WILL HAY and CLAUDE HULBERT Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour In In the Brltlsh Comedy ,„„ iii "DIXIE" "MY LEARNED FRIEND !|! Sparkling Comedy. Romance and Song. It's Law and Disorder. In Court a: II: A Lavish Production in Teclinicolour. Caught Out! I ai Approved lor Universal Exhibition. ALSO: Latest British Newsreel. Repatri mi Air Mail News, Walt Disney Cartoon, etc. P.O.W. at Buckingham Palace Garden Pf „ J "British Coastline" (Travel) and "Mickey's Bi 1 ' "It's Warm and Cosy" "W Party" (Wait Disney) « rCAPITOLI BALM ° R A L Approved for Universal Exhibition. } » -EisTNiinTTw— ' L.« n Night M 7.« I GAIETY I CINEMA B , 'L T f tt p{ Fredrlc March. Alexis Smith; I '-'■""'--»-' -»• •*• .| Ph. 78-465. To-night a -~7 sir Cnarl es Aubrey Smith in _.„„ f»-, h i. or,ri i n hn Pavne in IZ, a ijr ADI7 mTTTATXT it Betty Giable and John Fayne in , IVIAKK I WAIN " FOOTLIGHT SERENADE" An Unforgettable Film! A Super Production! . ~ Musical Comedy. Approved lor Universal Exhibition Approved for Universal Exhibition. — Also Screening — An Amazing Document. --WORU, OP P L ENTV i 111 ASTOR 111 DOMINION ROAD ' ■ ' at 7 ' 5 I HI riQlUll ||| Phone 61-433 Tyrone Power and Ann Baxter In "CRASH DH FinaJlv To nloht , m .. „., , - „,„ „ Also "GENTLEMAN AFTER DARK" finally 10-mgrit 7.30 :: Variety Session 7.30-8 „ „ _ . _ .. ~ r-o,i„„rf ui.i o 1 Recommended by Censor for Adults. 'Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney In —_-_ _ C,audette G i£. In [STgANg] To-nig* IMU XlMJjj rOK .LOVE Lionel Barrymore, Marilyn Maxwell, Van John Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. " THREE MEN IN WHITE " ' — And "IN OLD CALIFORNIA " PEER!" F l^ ST ' HELIER'S Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. " 51 "° 00 I AMBASSADOR] £ ~ Starring Margaret O'Brien. James Craig/ Lana Turner. Robert Young in Marsha Hunt. Approved for Universal Exhibition. { , riT T/~iTTmT v t-. a »to t-it-. Arm • - Also News, Coloured Travcltalk, Our Gang and SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS ' Pete Smith. Comedy, Farce and Romance. i riArTrriTTTiWtT -r-L"„-^. ~ — "S Dorothy Lamour, Victor Moore, Dick Powell . - I SOUTHERN CROSS_J «riding high" ELLERSLIE. Finally To-night at 7.45 < in tcchnieolour). A Teclinicolour Western Musii " CRY HAVOC " Botli Approved for Universal Exhibition. Margaret Sullavan. Joan Blondell. "TZZ „fc EdmYin^Lowe^fne 3 I LJBERTE 1 PARN ' E L Both Recommended by Censor lor Adults. | mj.jjajxh.aj | Phone 43-789 ~~ " TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT g IN AID OF THE REFUGEE CHILDREN Roddy McDowall. Rita Johnson in T T-ITI7TO T-l A -r-r . , "MY FRIEND FLICKA " LEWIS EADY HAT,T, Approved lor Universal Exhibition. ~ iJHIIJ IJ " L ' I Sydney Grecnstreeti Zacnary ScOU ln ?i TT-i-P4-U n,* * *. r> -j. i "MASK OF DIMITRIOS " « T lltll JrianOlOrte ReCltal Recommended by Censor for Adults. FRANK MORTON | NEW ROYAL | SSS"»SI j TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT. 5 . TUESDAY, AugUSt 7 Laraine Day. Cary Grant in 1 „ p«. " MR - LUCKY " r Approved for Universal Exhibition. 2/. Reserved 2/6. Lulse Ralner. William Bendix in _ The Schubert-Liszt number contains a new o.~™,~„ J'J i 2 ST £ aES ". .. ~ a element In technique worked out by Frank Morton Recommended by Censor for Adults. , 7 , 'TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT [||||j|[ METROPQLE |||j|| THE TROCADERO to-night - to-nk^ DINE AND DANCE EPI SHALFOON'S BAND ... _ , Vocalist. Reo Shalfoon. Auckland s Exclusive Dance and Supper Lounge. Mllk Bar Supper RESERVATIONS 30-645. Reservations: Phone 42-330. 6 W. HASSAN. Director. DAXCIXG OUTDOOK SPORTg PAKURANGA HUNT EVERY MONDAY NIGHT. ANNUAL RACE MEETING, _.- , , __, _ AT ELljhtiT.OiwlE, K. Laurenson and His Samoan Gardenia _ . .__ .-_-,.-,,.,..-,,—, __ rt . „ Troubadors Entertain Everyone. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 194j i Monte Carlo and Supper. A r I r^TTT3 r r A TvTr^TT'Q Swing Music by G. Pouesl's Gardenia Orchestra. 1.-rt.lNl^.Lik) Definitely the Best Show In Town. For the OLD-TIME AND MODERN GREENMOUNT HUNTERS' STEEPLECHASI .„.,„_ ~_ _ . _.- - HANDICAP, Ladies l/b. Gents Z/B. 6 HARRIS MEMORIAL HACK AND HUNTERS HUFiOLE RACE HANDICAP, MONDAY) WEDNESDAY * SATURDAY NIGUTS JKLLICOE HANDICAP. ,-. ,-, ~ t-. n PAKURANGA HUNT CUP STEEPLECHASE, Orange Coronation Ballroom sylvia park handicap, (Tod of Svmonds Street) BULLOCK-WEBSTER HANDICAP and (lop Ol b.monos fatrect) ADMIRALTY HANDICAP, SY Fre^ms E ° LUB CLOSI = ° N TED CEOAdTnD HIS BAND ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, (New Zealand's No. 1 Dance Band) By v£ O . CLOCK Monte Carlo 1, 2. 3 Prizes. Supper Provided. w „ s „ rM ™ _„ The Dance of Distinction. w - s - SPENCE, Sec. 6 MAC BROWN, M.C. 97 ' Snortland S*"eet. Auckland. :fl AUCKLAND'S MOST POPULAR nwcr KACUUET RESTRINIiINO, best, 8/8 to 30/.-MY-T-FInI DANCE CLUB. " Watts Spons Depot Exchange Lane. 45-412. N PARISH HALL beckasep estates (Late St, Scp.'s) Off Top Khybcr Pass (near Miller's Garage) IN T n E ESTATE OF THOMAS CHARLES TO-NIGHT MONDAY | WILLIAMSON formerly of Glshornp in till* £10 nuhW T f™r T n ?SEKFm ». I M^_affil«S2^t rf taS^r^tolS £.0 ca,h Prizes, sing with, Englnnd . ricce!>scd . Special Monte Carlo and Spot Waltz Prize Pursuant to an Order by a Judge of the Supreme lncludlns Free Gifts. 10/, Ladles and Gents! Court, notice Is hereby given that all creditors Carnival Hats. etc. Admission 2/ a ! ld oI,JCr Persons having claims nsainst the A. McKENZIE. M.C; H. Anderson Mgr abovc-nr.mcd Estate are required to send in their TOWN HALL BALL. THURSDAY SEPT 13' 6 n,!,,ms ,/> thp undersigned Executors on or before ■ g"" 0 ""'. oari. Ul. o | (h0 ]sth day ot SE p TEM r_FR. 19 4 5 . alu] nolice TO-NIGHT AND EVFKV MON'nAV ivn is hereby given that after such date the Executors TiIURSDW xir.iiT propose to distribute the assets of the Dece.-s?d' nD 1 Tinn" njir n«m r among the parties entitled thereto, having regard DKUIDO LALLROOM to the claims, of which the Executors then have NEWTON notice: and (hat In such event the Executor will OLD-TIME PROGRAMME. 2"' r b = !|? b '? h JE" j. 1 ?.?, "*V\¥!, d „ lstrib "' ed l ° ™* All your old favourites, including Two Monte iueh dUtrtbuMen l Carlos. Everyone enjoys dancing to the Strict „." . » ~™' ,„_, Tempo Orchestra. Good Floor, Excellent Music. I Dated at Auckland this 19th day of July, 1945. Supper. Everybody Welcome. Come and Join ' rcßTßrmf ~,„ ,„ TT .. TA ,,__„ ~_,„-,„_ th ° "fir L°adfes n^6 rS Gln! 5 h °2/ DrUldS ' I OtlS^S T l '! 51 RidlerfT P^'lc G y : nt 6 j TRUST AND OF NEW COME AND HEAR KAWHE & HIS MELODY BOYS ' Executors ln the Es'.ate of Thomas Charles At the MANCHESTER HALL I Williamson, deceased. On FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. C/o The Guardian Trust and Executors Company Enjoyable Evening of Dance and Entertainment. of New Zealand. Limited. In^ S e tr^urrr rk id 3 ;er!rs C e'm l en? Ub - a Sh "" a " d . Str ll^ UCkland - by S °" Clt ° rS ' ~~ ° BUDDLE, RICHMOND AND BUDDLE.

RENDELLS MANTLE SHOWROOM END - OF - SEASON 2-DAY CLEARANCE 2-DAY CLEARANCE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ONLY — THIS WEEK Typical Values from the End-of-Season Bargain Markdowns in RENDELLS MANTLE SHOWROOM— COATS — 15 Only Navy and Black BOUCLE COATS, w.x. and o.s. Usually £5 19/6 TO CLEAR 89/6 21 Only CHECK TWEED COATS, s.s.w. to w — Usually £11 19/6 TO CLEAR £6 6/ 9 Only TWEED COATS, s.s.w. to w.—Usually £11 '|9/6 , , XI CLEARING AT £5 5/ I Only s.s.w. Navy BOUCLE COAT Usually £10 1/6. 1 Only TWEED COAT, s.w.—Usually £10 11/6. ' CLEARING AT £6 6/ FROCKS — 5 Only Navy and Black AFTERNOON FROCKS, s.w., w. Usually £5 11/6 NOW 89/6 6 Only Large Sizes WOOLLEN FROCKS Usually 77/ MARKED TO CLEAR, 59/6 American Crepe PASTEL FROCKS, Black and Colours, s.w. to w.x.—-Usually 75/ . . NOW 45/ 1 Only MODEL FROCK, s.s.w.—£s 19/6. TO CLEAR, 59/6 Black MODEL FROCK, w.x.—£9 16/6 .. .. FOR £4 4/ Blue WOOL FROCK, s.w,—£B 4/ .... TO CLEAR, £5 5/ SUITS — 6 Only NAVY WOOL CHECKS, s.w. and w. —Usually £9 11/6 CLEARING AT £5 5/ 7 Only CHECK TWEED SUITS, s.w., w.—Usually £1 1 11/ PRICED TO CLEAR, £6 6/ 7 Only CHECK TWEED SUITS, s.w. and w.—Usually £6 19/ PRICED TO CLEAR, £3 3/ NO BARGAIN MARKDOWNS SOLD BEFORE THURSDAY MORNING. RENDELLS KARANGAHAPE ROAD . KARANGAHAPE ROAD

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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