. a.utISKMEKTS I RQXY j LA ST NIOHT |"ROXY I Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd: ~ SESSIONS CONTINUOUS: 11-2 — 5-8 ■ 2 — THRILL FEATURES • - i N °- I■' BELA LUGOSI _ LIONEL ATWILL. to "NIGHT MONSTER" . Recommended 0 y censor tor Adults and Most • Unsuitable for Children. L No - ~ 1 BASIL RATHBONE - NIGEL BRUCE in "SPIDER WOMAN" . Recommended by Censor tor Adults. COMMENCING TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) ROXY AVON First N.Z. Screenings 2 BRAND NEW FEATURES PAT O'BRIEN George Murphy — Carol Landis "Having a Wonderful Crime" "Having a Wonderful Crime" No. 2 — FIRST N.Z. SCREENING — No. 2 LEON ERROL Richard Lane — Elaine Riley IN "WHAT A BLONDE" "WHAT A BLONDE" Both Recommended by Censor for Adults.
AVON SPECIAL! aiSFE** Rd. FINALL A T ™ O NIGHT & Ponsonbv Rd. ' " Phone 27-077 ANNA NEAOLE — RICHARD GREENE "YELLOW CANARY" & JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES "TALL IN THE SADDLE" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. QT A TTi 1 DEVONPORT. Phone 70-10 OJ- ■"■ X •L-' To-night & Wed. at 7.30 A Mighty Story of a Mighty Hatred! Blazing, Uncontrollable Passions. Vivid Characters Intense Action, all fashioned into a Mighty Drams of Humanity in Crisis. TAMARA TOUMANOVA — GREGORY PECK t "DAYS OF GLORY" & RUSSELL HAYDEN — 808 WILLS * "WYOMING HURRICANE" qm A rp-pi ONEHUNGA. Phone 64-344 piAID To-night & Wed. at 7.45 MONTY WOOLLEY — RODDY McDOWALL "THE PIED PIPER" & BILL ELLIOTT — TEX BITTER ' "PRAIRIE GUNSMOKE" ■ DOMINION RD. Ph. 61-439 riXXVi\jIZJ\JiJ To-night & Wed. at 7.45 ANNE BAXTER — JOHN HODIAK * "Sunday Dinner for a Soldier" & CHAS. STARRETT In the All-Action * "THUNDERING WEST" TjppAT PONSONBY RD. Ph. 26-940 XXXLiKjAXj To-night, Wed, & Thurs. 7.45 PHILLIP TERRY — AUDREY LONG "PAN-AMERICANA" & KENNY BAKER — JEFF DONALD * 'DOUGHBOYS IN IRELAND' A niTT PWI RICHMOND AV. Ph. 27-235 H.XJXLI XjJT XXX To . n i gri t & Wed. at 7.30 GEORGE FORMBY in the Hilarious "MUCH TOO SHY" & BRUCE BENNETT, LESLIE BROOKS t "UNDERGROUND AGENT"
t Denotes Recommended" by Censor for Adults. * Denote;, Approved for Universal Exhibition. VICTORY CELEBRATIONS ALL TRADE UNIONISTS Are requested TO ASSEMBLE IN QUEEN STREET ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE VICTORY CELEBRATIONS, The Auckland Bands' Association, Salvation Army and the Otahuhu Railway Workshops will have their Bands playing in the streets. MAKE VICTORY DAY A PEOPLE'S DAY OF REJOICING. ASSEMBLE IN QUEEN STREEET ON THE ...- . FIRST DAY OF CELEBRATIONS. (Sgd.) A. DRENNAN, President. W. ASHTON,- Secretary. Auckland' Trades Council. ' 14 VICTORY ' " THANKSGIVIN G 7.30 P.M. DAY OF PEACE DECLARATION. MT. EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, Near Symonds Street. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Service Conducted by the "Minister, Special Music. Representative Speakers: LIEUT.-COLONEL H. A. JONES (India). MR. GORDON WATSON. M.B.E. (late Y.M.C.A. Overseas). DR. J. J. NORTH. Minister: REV. REX GOLDSMITH. M.A. 14 FEACE CELEBRATIONS BY YOUTHS' ORGANISATIONS. The Auckland Metropolitan Youths' Service • earnestly requests all Youth' Organisations to provide entertainment for young people on the first night of Peace Celebrations. " .. (Sgd.) ' G.J. PARK, Chairman, . « A.M.Y.S. Executive. WEST STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST. . A Thanksgiving Service .will be held at 7.30 pjn. ON THE FIRST, V DAY HOLIDAY.' Walter's Road Church and everybody else ' invited. Walter's Road Choir please come at 7.10 p.m. for rehearsal. 14 BAND OF THE IST BATTALION AUCKLAND REGIMENT, CR.O. Notice to Members.—When news comes through for Peace Celebrations Ring secretary, 26-220; or Bandmaster, 45-857. 14 CPL. F. W..MANEY. Sec. CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF. NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND DISTRICT. ALL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES • WILL BE OPEN FOR A THANKSGIVING SERVICE On V.J. J)AY Af 7.30 P.M.' ' 14 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,- ' SCIENTIST 116, Symonds Street. On. the evening of the first day of the Public Holiday A THANKSGIVING SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT 7.30 P.M. (If on a WEDNESDAY, at 8.0 p.m.) 14
WOMEN! — : GIRLS! WOMEN! .:;; GIRLS! WO ME N ! . GIRLS ! £ARN GOOD MONEY FOR PART - TIME WORK ! ' 6. HOURS A DAY! v 8:45 A.M. TO 3.30 P.M. 6 HOURS A DAY! 8.45 A.M.; TO 3,30 P.M. Start earning Xmas money NOW by .packing . Army Service Biscuits in Bycroft's. modern; hygienic factory! Happy Working Conditipni !• ' Happy Working Conditions! MORNING AND AFTERNOONTEA PROVIDED! Good Pay for a Short Day! ■~ Good Pay for a Short Day! . . jr __= ■■ . .. ■ ■. Apply in person to I FACTORY MANAGER, J BYCROFT, LIMITED, j V Biscuit Factory, '■-'"■■ Chancery; Street> - Auckland. ; r
Permanent link to this item
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945
Using This Item
Fairfax Media is the copyright owner for the Auckland Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence . This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Fairfax Media. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
This newspaper was digitised in partnership with Auckland Libraries.