£_ amusements "Rainbow Island" Reservations Regent Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p. mi 11.0 — REGENT — 11 o 2.0 — REGENT — 2*o 5.0 — REGENT — s' o 8.0 — REGENT _ g!o j J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd! WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND A DAYTrvr* SESSION maiE # PARAMOUNT PICTURES TROPIPAT PARADISE OF Laughter and Song Laughter and Se/g ALL IN RADIANT TECHNICOLOtTR Heaven Help a Sailor on a Haven Like Thfc "RAINBOW ISLAND" "RAINBOW ISLAND" " RAINBOW ISLAND " "RAINBOW ISLAND" "RAINBOW ISLAxVD" IN ALL THE WORLD, NO ISLAND LIKEI Tnw (THAT WE GUARANTEE) - DOROTHY LAMOUR EDDIE BRACKEN GIL LAMB P° r ° thy b h t^a, yt S U L b a rr g U U h i l a e u g i rMfc « NO RAIN! NO SNOW NO TAXES! NO RATIONS! BUT LOTS Of GRAND FUN! Plans at Regent — Ph. 32-888 Approved for Universal Exhibition, j Direction: Kerridge Theatres. isistei IJTATE] FINAL NIGHT AT 7.15. DEANNA DURBIN In "HERS TO HOLD" Also: THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO Both Approved tor Universal Exhibition. 7.15 TO-MORROW 7.15 ! "There are certain things one just dcesn't h*__ but I DID" BETTE DAVIS BETTE DAVIS In "OLD ACQUAINTANCE" With MIRIAM HOPKINS, GIG YOUNG. And: Death Haunts the Flying Trapeze "THE DARK TOWER" With ANNE CRAWFORD. DAVID FARRAR, Both Recommended by Censer for Adults? Direction: Kerridge Theatres. i.3° y- Q Q U E 750 Auckland's Modern. Popular. Intimate Theatre Karanganape Road. Phone 43-003. FINALLY TO-NIGHT. The Musical Triumph in Technicolour "SMILIN' THROUGH" JEANETTE MacDONALD, BRIAN AHEARN, Approved far Universal Exhibition. • ✓ And LIONEL BARHYMORE, DONNA REED In "Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case" Recommendea by Censor ior Aduiis. 1.30 TO-MORROW 7.30 • A Shew in a, Mfllion! Loaded with Lauchteri A WHIRLWIND OF FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT'. RED SKELTON. ELEANOR POWELL And a Sensational All-Star Cast in " I ,DOOD IT " "I DOOD IT" And you'll set Thrills and Pathos in ' "A STRANGER IN TOWN" , With FRANK MORGAN and JEAN ROGERS. 1 Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. HIS MAJESTY'S SOLD OUT! SOLD OUT! RESERVED - CIRCLE AND STALLS For SATURDAY NIGHT ARE COMPLETELY SOLD OUT. GALLERY SEATS ONLY AVAILABLE .For "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" " THE KIWIS "THE KIWIS" BOOK AT LEWIS EADY, LTD. * For SATURDAY MATINEE And REMAINDER OF WEEK. SPECIAL MATINEE 2.30 WEDNESDAY 2.30 OWING TO THE PHENOMENAL DEMAND FOR SEATS A SPECIAL MATINEE WILL BE PRESENTED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT -'' 2.30. Prices—D.C. and R.S.. 6/; Stalls 4/, Gallery V. Matinee: D.C. and R.S., 5/; Stalls, 3/; Gallery 1/6. Children (matinee only), D.C. and R.S., 2/6; Stalls, 1/G; Gallery, 1/. Direction: K.C.P. Entertainments, Ltd. I There Is No Better Way To Celebrate Engagements, Birthdays or "Welcomes Home." " MAKE UP YOUR WEEK-END PARTY " = j CIVIC CABARET = =1 WINTERGARDENS - TO-MORROW (FRI.), 10.30 TO 2 A.M. Also Open Saturday and Wednesday. ?'« Reserve a Table — Phone 30-100 JUMBLE SALE, St. Matthew's Hall. Friday, 10tb,1 p.m. , JUMBLE SALE, Friday, 1 p.m.. Trades Hall. . 9
AMDSEMEXTS ANOTHER EMBASSY LAUGH HIT! EMBASSY J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library)' PLANS AT EMBASSY. PHONE 32-6 GO. TO-DAY TO-NIGHT 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 THE GAY BEST SELLING BOOK * THAT MADE MILLIONS LAUGH "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY'" CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER AND EMILY KIMBROUGH'S HILARIOUS STORY OP v TWO INNOCENTS IN SEARCH OF ADVENTURE Gail Russell Diana Lynn (As Cornelia) (As Emily) Charlie Ruggles Dorothy Gish Added Entertainment Includes: TECHNICOLOUR MUSICAL PARADE. SPORTLIGHT "BRONCS AND BRANDS." TECHNICOLOUR PUPPETOON AND 'POPEYE CARTOONS. A Paramount Picture. Approved for Universal Exhibition. v I 111 11 llllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllliliill I I V ll 1 STRAND I ! ! |! I] j 11. ;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiin i! ;I: . j|i Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. IJ I ,|| 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. LAST DAY R.K.O. Radio Pictures Presents " PAN - AMERICANA " " PAN - AMERICANA " TO-MORROW (FRIDAY)* United Artists Presents THE FUNNIEST, HAPPIEST GOOFIEST COMEDY ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS With WILLIAM BENDIX, HELEN WALKER And DENNIS O'KEEFE A SIDE SPLITTING STORY OF TWO ROARING ROMEOS WHO THOUGHT EVEN THE GIRLS WERE ON LEND-LEASE. Plus EXCELLENT SUPPORTS Including SPECIAL RELEASE. New Zealanders In Trieste New Zealanders In Trieste All Approved for Universal Exhibition. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE NoeJ Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." TOWN HALL TOWN HALL TOWN HALL TOWN HALL TO-MORROW — FRIDAY 12.30 TO 1.30 P.M. ORGAN RECITAL BY RAY R. WILSON PROGRAMME: (1) Paraphrase on Handel's Chorus "See the Conquering Hero" .... Guilmant (2) Gavotte S. S. Wesley (3) Fugue in G Major J. S. Bach (4) Nocturne Op. 55 No. 1 F. Chopin (5) Valse des fleurs Tschaikowsky (6) Scenes from Shakespeare's "THE TEMPEST" . Humphrey Stewart (a) The Shipwreck, (b) The Enchanted Isle, (c) Ariel, (d) Wedding March. (7) Chorale Prelude "Rockingham" C. H. H. Parry (8) Serenade S. Rachmaninoff (9) Two Marches | .... Edward Grieg (10) Andante Religiouso Alec Rowley (11) March from Tannhauser .. Richard Wagner THE NATIONAL ANTHEM. • ADMISSION FREE. Collection For Patriotic Funds. S SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT GESTURE TO MUSIC-LOVERS Impresario Alexander Levitoff Has Pleasure to PresentA THIRD, AND POSITIVELY LAST, CONCERT BY THE FAMOUS PIANIST, ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN On SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 At TOWN HALL x AN ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME. MUSIC FOR ALL . . . MUSIC FOR ALL PRICES FOR ALL... PRICES FOR ALL 5/ AND 3/ Including Tax: Reserved. No Preferential. Box Plan Now Open at Lewis Eady, Ltd. BRING AND BUY, Friday, noon (approx.); oddments. etc.—Mercantile A u x., 3, Darby St. S JUMBI.K SALE in the Manches'er Unity Hall Hobson Street. Friday, August 10, 1 p.m. £
TO-MORROW IS THE LAST DAY!! FARMERS' "NO INTEREST" SALE FARMERS' "NO INTEREST» SALE ENDS AT 9 O'CLOCK TO-MORROW NIGHT Choose whatever you like—except Grocery and Produce. Buy at low Cash Prices—Pay in Easy Weekly Terms, WITHOUT Interest. To-morrow is your lasi opportunity to take advantage of this great Store-wide "No Interest" Sale. FOOTWEAR HARDWARE & TOOLS On "NO INTEREST" Terms On "NO INTEREST" Terms r° Uy n F oot " You can get Household Hard- i i... , Family. Dress ware, Carpenters' Tools, GarUt lity Shoes, School den Tools and anything else p n t ' \v,!!'n G1 ' 5 311 Work from our Hardware Shop on r .^° u 11 P u >' our usual the Third Floor. Buy your 1 prices in small future requirements this week \eekli amounts Without on "Interest Free" Kasy interest. Terms. I MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR ; MANCHESTER I On "NO INTEREST" Terms | On "NO INTEREST" Terms' Sliirts'^'snf 1 requirements in | Restock your Linen Cupboard aral '^ n( lf nVear ' Tles ' ! to-morrow—you'd be wise to Overront ° „ , a new , buy everything you need in the £ t 7tL? W ? ,ng ,, for Towels. Sheets! Pillow Cases. wear rtv cr , a ! college etc. Buy them on "Interest them nn "Ininm i r Free" Terms and pav only the them on Interest 1- ree" Terms. cash price in weekly payments. FARMERS' TRADING CO., LTD. Hobson Street - - - - Auckland
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