AMTTSEMENTS Crowds Have Rocked With Laughter At Every Session! EMBASSY J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library) PLANS AT EMBASSY. PHONE 32-660 11 — 2 — 8 CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER. AND EMILY KIMBROUGH'S' HILARIOUS STORY OP TWO INNOCENTS ABROAD "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" Gail Russell Diana Lynn Charlie Ruggles Dorothy Gish Also TECHNICOLOUR MUSICAL PARADE. SPORTLKJHT "BRONCS AND BRANDS." POPEYE AND TECH. PUPPBTOON CARTOONS. A Paramount Picture. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Vll 111 l Illlllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll [ V I" I STRAND j I II I lill :illlllliill!JflllUllliJ!fllllllllllJII II i ill! ; , Direction: Clvlo Theatre, Ltd. | ; ii _ 2 — 5 — a TELEPHONE 43-114. THE ATOMIC BOMB COULD NOT HAVE ROCKED THE STRAND MORE THAN THE LAUGHTER OF THE PACKED HOUSES ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. BOOK NOW FOR United Artists 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 With WILLIAM BENDIX. HELEN WALKER And DENNIS O'KEEFE THIS IS NOT A WAR PICTURE But A SIDE SPLITTING STORY OF TWO ROARING ROMEOS WHO THOUGHT EVEN THE GIRLS WERE ON LEND-LEASE. IT'S A RIOT Plus SPECIAL RELEASE. 21St AUCKLAND BATTALION MEETS MARSHAL TITO'S ARMY IN TRIESTE Approved ior Universal Exhibition. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." Impr-sarlo Alexander Levitoff Presents The Famous Pianist ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN At His THIRD AND LAST CONCERT TOWN HALL SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 Popular Prices: 5/ and 3/, Reserved. (Including tax)
Box Flans at Lewis Eady, Ltd. Non-stop Dancing EVERY WEDNESDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY = CIVIC CABARET = = WINTERGARDENS - WEDNESDAY 10.30. to 2 a.m. The Ideal Place to Celebrate Your Engagement, BlrUiday or "Welcome Home" "Make Up Your Parties' , — Phone 30-100 LECTPRES AUCKLAND ONIVERSITT COLLEGE PUBLIC LECTURE, PROFESSOR P. W. BURBIDGE VVUI Lecture At 8 p.m. in the COLLEGE HALL. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY). AUGUST 13, On "ATOMIC ENERGY." The Public is Cordially Invited. A. A. MUNN, 13 Acting-Registrar. TO-MORROW. S P.M. UNITY HALL. 323. QUEEN STREET. Talk. \ "BRETTON WOODS PROPOSALS" Versus "YOUR FREEDOM IN NEW ZEALAND." Citizens, Protest! Because Clause 11 gives International Finance power to abrogate New Zealand's Freedom. Demand Full Details of Brctton Woods. Speaker: F. D. DANKS. __*____ Questions Invited. 13 FUNERAL NOTICES EDEN LODGE NO. 1530. J C.C. Brethren are requested to attend the Funeral of our late Brother HARRY MCGREGOR, leaving T^MORRO^TTucryT 5 ClttPel * l 13 E. G. CHAPMAN. W.M.
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