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y AMUSEMENTS FINAL THREE DAYS. I, EMBASSY j. c. Williamsons Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library) " PLANS AT EMBASSY. Phone 32-660 Three Sessions: 11 — 2 — 8 — Paramount Pictures' 1 " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " s " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " 1 Recommended by censor lor Adults. THURSDAY NEXT— THE HILARIOUS BEST SELLING BOOK OF THE MONTH AND READERS' DIGEST FEATURE. "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" " OUR HEARTS • WERE YOUNG AND GAY" THE CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER AND EMILY KIMBROUGH STORY THAT'S MADE' MILLIONS LAUGH Gail Russell Diana Lynn (As Cornelia) (As Emily) Charlie Ruggles Dorothy Gish PLANS AT EMBASSY Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Approved for Universal Exhibition. viiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Ifll I STRAND !||| \m | liillliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllll!! ij IfHilllll Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. Ililllll.ll! 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. N.Z. PREMIERE R.K.O. Radio Pictures Presents THE ROMANTIC ADVENTUROUS AND MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " THE GREATEST MASSED CONCENTRATION ; OF STARDOM HEAR—NESTOR AMARAL and HIS FAMOUS SAMBA BAND. i SEE—HAROLD and LOLA In THEIR WEIRD SNAKE DANCE. HEAR—LOUISE BURNETT the AMAZING SOPRANO WHO SINGS C ABOVE HIGH C LAUGH—AT ROBERT BENCHLEY. ' THRILL—TO THE ROMANCE OF PHILIP TERRY AND AUDREY LONG. PLUS A RECENT RETURN OF 900 EX-PRISONERS OF -r WAR (Kriegles), At Stalag 18A and Klagenfurt. NEW ZEALANDERS WATCH THEIR FORMER GUARDS WORK INSIDE THE WIRE. Also DONALD DUCK, OVERSEAS NEWS, Etc. Approved for Exhibition. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. A PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE ' Noel Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED."' AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DRAMATIC CLUB Will Present BERNARD SHAW'S. "YOU NEVER CAN .TELL" In the COLLEGE HALL, Princes Street. Admission for the General Public, 2/6. Booking at Lewis Eady, Ltd. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. August Bth, 9th and 11th, at 8 p.m. : e g TENDERS £ SURPLUS WAR ASSETS FOR SALE The War Assets . Realisation Board, Defence Services Building, ' Bunny Street, Wellington (Postal address P.O. Box 5080, Lambton Quay), ; ;nvites oilers for:— RADIO COMPONENTS: Condensers, potentijmeters, resistors and chokes. In small quan:ities. Located in Auckland district. Offers for :omplete holding required. POLES—N.Z. GROWN LARCH AND DOUGLAS ?IR: (Quantity 128), 50 feet'and 70 feet lengths, located at Auckland, Kaitaia, Tauranga, Bl6nneim, Palmerston North, New Plymouth and lihrlstchurch. FLY SWATS: (Quantity 1000). Located at Wellngton. Offers for lots of not les3 than 100. TT , TRUCKS STEEL: (Quantity 39). Used for carryng traps for medicinal plant drug drier. Located , r , X Hastings. i~ BRASS CARTRIDGE CASES. EXPENDED: tssorted calibres from .5 to 37 m.m. Stocks held n Auckland, Wellington and Chrislchurch lstricts. PACKING CASES. WOODEN: (Quantity 200). 'arious sizes, mostly under 2ft x Ift 6in. Located t Ardmore, Auckland. Offers close- with Board's Secretary, to whom icy should be addressed in envelopes marked Offer for —," at neon on MONDAY, August 27. Pri urther particulars and conditions oi sale obtainblo from Beard's Wellington Office, offices of card's District Executive Officers. Dilworth Bldg , ueen St.. Auckland, and Old Art Gallery Bldg., urham St., ChriS.church, and also at District torekcepcr's Office, Public Works Dept., Dunedln id Napier. .13 RAILERS AND WRECKED AND INCOMPLETE " MOTOR VEHICLES FOR SALE BY TENDER. ; Tenders close with the Secretary, War Assets leiilisation Board, Defence Services Biiilc'.ng In unny Street, Wellington (Postal address Box ii)OJ at NOON on MONDAY, 20th August, 1945 r the purchase of TRAILERS AND WRECKED S!D INCOMPLTE MOTOR TRUCKS AND CARS renders Nos. 152 to 214 inclusive) located at :hicle Reception Depots at Cornwall Park and echanics' Bay, Auckland; Nevis Street, Petone Vellmgton). and New Brighton, Chr.sichuicli v ™ id Army Holding Parks at Ngaruawahia and 'entham. Tenders must be addressed to the Board's T?T cretary in sealed envelopes marked "Tender ■ Lvx >• ■" The highest or any tender not cessarily accepter,. Schedules of conditions and s offered may be obtained at the Eoard's Wellgton Office. Hie offices of the Board's District nciuive Officers. Dilworth Buildings. Queen ,eet. Auckland and Old Art Gallery Bu'lding '^ h , am rect ' Christchurch, and also at the strict Offices of the Department of Industries .-1 Commerce at Christchurch and Dunedln. :6 Fina Flcti ° BUILDERS, that RESIDENCE IN WOOD — BENSON ROAD Flet< REMUERA. ' renders for the above will be received until NEX Noon. 17th AUGUST, 1945. ~<=""=u until rimber available on the site. Plans and specifications at my office. J. O. OWEN. Regd. Architect. recei ,u .„ „ 71 " 72 - Yorkshire House, 'hone 48-250. -

f™ iL 1 ™ L l bour only for Erection of ??,fIL« "" ? of flxintt of roof In -^?„ tlc ? s alr , ra dy all materials on site : °a r,7> n r ° m A , uok > an d: excellent accommodation. For details write B.G. 0848. Star j

LADIES —WE NEED YOUR HELP! LADIES —WE NEED YOUR HELP! II MORE FOOD FOR THE FORCES MORE FOOD FOR THE FORCES II II Westfield Freezing Works' Modern and Hygienic Cannery Plant is still working on urgent orders for our own and Allied Service Requirements and Canteens. ADDITIONAL STAFF IS URGENTLY NEEDED. Any Woman who can give even part time work will be making a valuable contribution to the N.Z. war effort. PHONE 24-710 or call at the City or Works Offices for further information. WESTFIELD FREEZING CO., LTD.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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