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amusements _ ! Final Screenings To-day 11 — 2 — 8 "TILL WE MEET AGAIN" Recommended by Censor for Adults. embassy J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library) TO-MORROW — TO-MORROW 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 ANOTHER PARAMOUNT HIT THE GAY BEST SELL'ING BOOK THAT MADE MILLIONS LAUGH ' "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER. AND EMILY KIMBROUGH'S HILARIOUS STORY OF TWO INNOCENTS IN SEARCH OP ADVENTURE "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" Gail Russell Diana_Lynn (As Cornelia) (As trtllly - ) Charlie Ruggles Dorothy Gish PLANS AT EMBASSY Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Approved for Universal Exhibition. r mTTT\AT? I CINEMA :: REMUERA J 1 UJ-'UXV I Ph- 24-749. To-night at 8. Geraldlne Fitzgerald, James Mason, Frank Lawton and Fay Compton in " The Mill On The Floss" George Eliot's Book Picturised by a British Producer. . ALSO: Australian Cinesound, N.Z. Magazine, "King Cotton" (Colour) Anoroved for Universal Exhibition. WARMED BY CENTRAL IIEATING. Fn A T"C7 ir rV l CINEMA :: TAKAPUNA I Vjrixl.Ej JL X I Ph. 78-465. To-night at 8. Olivia De Havilland and Sonny Tuns in the comedy " GOVERNMENT GIRL. Full Supports. Approved for Universal Exhibition. r£vbNDAia~i ssr™. Dennis Morgan and Irene Manning in " DESERT SONG " k (All in Technicolour). Selected Supports. Recommended by Censor for Adults. rSTRXND"! 1V E 3B0 H To-nU. 8 A England's reply to "Lassie Come Home" " SHEEPDOG OF THE HILLS " And " GHOSTS ON THE LOOSE " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. [BIRKENHEAD | F0R H E IT S ' Randolph Scott in " GUNG HO!" Battle cry of the Marine Raiders. (Universal). Also, Concentration Camp Atrocities, horror film. Suitable for Adults Only. j AMBASSADOR ! £ ,°™ Merle Oberon, George Sanders in Mrs. Marie Belloc Lowndes' Thrilling Story "THE LODGER" Recommended by Censor for Adults. George Raft, Vera Zorina, Jeanette Mac Donald in "FOLLOW THE BOYS" • Approved for Universal Exhibition. 1 T TT3T?"P r TTi 1 1 parnell ) Lil JjHilV IHi I Phone 43-789 TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Errol Flynn, Ann Sheridan in " THE EDGE OF DARKNESS " Recommended by Censor ior Adults. Red Skeltcn, Eleanor Powell in " I DOOD IT " Approved for Universal Exhibition. [Wew royal! GUEST NIGHT TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. Allan Jones. Jane Frazee in " RHYTHM OF THE ISLANDS " Lupe VcJez. Leon Errol in " MEXICAN SPITFIRE'S BLESSED EVENT " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT THE TROCADERO DINE AND DANCE Auckland's Exclusive Dance and Supper Lounge, j RESERVATIONS 30-645. | 8 ! i ,_ DANCING MONDAY. WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS Orange Coronation Ballroom | (Top ol Symonas Street) EMBASSY DANCE CLUB Presents TED CROAD AND HIS BAND {New Zealand's No. 1 Dance Band) Star Vocalists: Flo White, Shirley Rhodes. Monte Carlo. Supper Piovided. EMBASSY BALL—TOWN HALL, AUG. 22 8 MY - T - FINE DANCE CLUB. PARISH HALL (Late St. Sep.'s) Ofi Top Khyber Pass, near Miller's Garage. TO-NIGHT AT 8. Enter To-night—Hidden Talent Contest. THE NEW MY-T-FINE DANCE BAND. Special Prizes, etc., including Free Gift 10 , Lady and Gent. Do not miss this Night oi Nights TO-NIGHT! Admission 2/. TOWN HALL BALL—'THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. A. McKeiiZic, M.C.; H. Anderson, Mgr. 8 BELVEDERE DANCE EVERY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. ALLIANCE HALL EDEN TERRACE (one minute Symonds St.) Come, Dance to the FasCinatin.i Rhythm ol BILL SEVESI AND HIS ISLANDERS. 10/. Lucky Numbers. Novelty Dances Good Supper. Admission 2/. Ail Welcome to the Most Sociable Dance in Town. 8 Hatters and Milliners' Dance MANCHESTER UNITY HALL. Victoria Street, TO-NIGHT — WEDNESDAY MERVE' POTTER'S BAND (Vocalist) Monte Carlos. All Welcome. Proceeds Hospital Comforts for Servicemen. 8 DRUIDS' HALL NEWTON TO-NIGHT. T'JI OLD-TIME DANCE M; .sic by NORM CROWDER'S UNEXCELLED ORCHESTRA. Monte Carlo. Spot Waltz. Supper. Admission 1/6. Direction: E. E. McLean. Nole: On Wednesday. August 29. TUI BACHELOR'S BALL. Keep this night free. 8 WESTHAVE.N VICTORIA CRUISING CLUB. GRAND DANCE, SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 11, 8 p.m. AL CLARKE'S ORCHESTRA Supper. Admission 2/6. Cubicle Reservations at Door Only. 8 J. FOLEY, Hon. Sec. i METRO. COLLEGE LADIES' CRICKET CLUB Will Hold a Dance in the ST. GEORGE'S hall. Ranfurly Road East, On THURSDAY. AUGUST 9. Good Orchestra and Supper. Spot Waltz, | Monte Carlo. Ladies 1/6, Gents 2/. 8 PATRICIA SCHOOL OF DANCING. 203, SYMONDS STREET. Phone 30-821. Private Lessons by Appointment. MODERN CLASS TO-NIGHT. 8 p.m. -10 p.m. Principals: PATRICIA M. COOK. A.I.S.T.D. (B.B.), EILEEN F. COOK. A.I.S.T.D. (B.B) \V ROYAL OAK—Enjoyable class lessons. Modern, Old-time. Beginners, Improvers. Sec. School Pupils Monday, Wednesday, Friday.—Ring 63-771. 9 RUBY SHERRIFF, H.B. Building. Newton.—Private Lesson, 2/6 (or 9 for £1). Modern. Old-time. Tap. Three danccs by post, 5/. WS PKOFESSIOXAL MARTIN K 1 M B E L, M.1.H.5., PSYCHO-THERAPEUTIST and DIETITIAN (Over 40 years' practice) War Neurosis. Nervous Debility, Mental Depression, Biliousness and Asthma Relieved. 11, PONSONBY RD. Ph. 27-537 lor appointment. WS SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor Yorkshire House, 31, Shortland St. principal: J. M. GEORGE, S.R.N. British. American and Continental Modern Scientific Methods PHONE 44-178 D cIFIROPR ACT IC Health Services.—P. Hamblin, 603. Colonial Mutual Building WS

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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