_ AMUSEMENTS 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 milium! roLLER,s wim MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to Become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch lor Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45. 7.45 p.m. ffnnnniir hihiiiiiiii M.G.M.'s ROLLICKING ROMANTIC RIOT! MERRILY IN TUNE WITH THE TIMESI NO RATION ON LAUGHTER! NO LIMIT TO ROMANCE! Wallace Beery — Marjorie Main Wallace Beery — Mai'jorie Main "RATIONING" "RATIONING" "RATIONING" THE TIMELIEST COMEDY OF THE YEAR! Wally's a Coupon-r.hy storekeeper—Marge's » ■Man-shy Ration Official. Also A HEART-WARMING STORY OF THE HOME FRONT ARMY! GREAT STORY-RIOTOUS LAUGHTER-BRIOHT MUSIC. BRENDA JOYCE Richard Fraser Elsa Lanchester "THUMBS UP" "THUMBS UP" A Bright, Romantic Comedy Drama! Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. " It's Warm and Cosy " I TJTPPTTTPT T?V~T mission bay isHlXin.iljLi£j 1 I Phone 50-220 Final Screening To-night at Eight. Betty Davis, Miriam Hopkins, John Loder in " OLD ACQUAINTANCE " A Brilliant Dramatic Romance Recommended by Censor for Adults. Air Mail News and Selected Featurettos. " It's Wnrm and Cosy " I n A "DTT'A7~i BALMORAL L/xiJTI 1 \JX-1 J Phone 62-599 Final Screening To-nitht at 7.4S Edward G. Robinson. Ruth Warwick in " MR. WINKLE " A Delightful, Human Comedy Drama. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Franchot Tone, Ella Raines, Alan Curtis in . "PHANTOM LADY" Tensely Exciting Murder Mystery. Recommended by Censor for Adults. 11l APrpAT) 111 DOMINION ROAD I AbIUK [[I Phone ei-433 Finally To-night at 7.30 :: Variety Session 7.30-8 Jean Pierre Aumont, Gene Kelly m "THE CROSS OF LORRAINE" (Definitely Unsuitable lor Children) Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan in " Chip Off The Old Block " Approved (or Universal Exhibition. PEERLESS ST -Phi"aVooo^' s To-night at 8 o'clock. " FOLLOW THE BOYS " Starring George Raft. Vera Zorina, Jeanette Mac Donald, Oraon Welles, Mercury Wonder Show, Marlene Dietrich and many more of your favourite stars. Also News and Selected Supports. Recr.mmended by Censor for Adults. I SOUTHERN CROSS~[ ELLERSLIE. rint-lly To-night, 7.45. " LOST ANGEL," Margaret O'Brien, Marsha Hunt Approved for Universal Exhibition. " ADDRESS UNKNOWN," Paul Lukas. K. T. Stevens. Recommended by Censor for Adults. Auckland Returned Service's Association Ball PRESENTATION OF DEBUTANTES. The President and Executive invite applications from Daughters of members between the ages of 18 and 25 to be presented at the Ball u> be held In the TOWN HALL on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1945. Application Forms may be obtained from the R.3.A. Office, 35, High Street. Early application is essential. 14
lljllill METROPOLE ill TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT EPI EHALFOON'S BAND Vocalist. Reo Shalfoon. Milk Bar Supper Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN. Director. OUTUOOK SPORTS PAKURANGA HUNT Annual Race Meeting AT ELLERSLIE. SATURDAY NEXT (AUGUST 18) TWO-YEAR-OLD PARADE 10.15 A.M. ADMISSION: ■ To Racecourse — Each Person 1 s Vehicles 2 6 Grandstand Enclosure— Gentlemen 10 0 Ladles 5 o To avoid delay. Patrons arc requested to tender exact amount oi admission charges. Amusement Tax paid by !he club. Lawn Admission Tickets on sale at Auckland Kaclng Club Ollicc, Shortland Street. Cloakrooms will be open for trie Meeting and nil usual privileges will l>3 available. MEMBERS OP THE NAVY. MILITARY 5 AND AIR FORCES IN UNIFORM AND MERCHANT NAVY ADMITiED FREE. CHILDREN under 12 win NOT be admitted to the Grandstand Enclosure. No person who has at any time since the passing *L %iui a Hf.SS H n ", d 1*««IM ACL Amendment * l !, n «"• ,foljov-cd the occupation oi a bookmaker M bookmaker's clerk, no disqualified or undesirable nu, 1 m " SlJ!?, 1 " 1 "" 1 ..' 0 the Elleisllo RacKoSree ■ uri.iß the Pakuranga Hunt Mectinc, and If any such person is found on such course he will h* rcmovod therefrom and prosecuted tor trespass The promotion of Sweeps Is prohibited and any personinfringing this regulation will be removed iiom the Racecourse and prosecuted. 13 W. S. SPENCE. Sec. RACQUET RESTRINGINfi, to 30/ — Watts Sports Depot. Exchance Lane. 45-413. 'n
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