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AMUSEMENTS ■ - . I "Rainbow Island" Reservations Regent Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. * = 11.0 — REGENT — 11.0 2.0 — REGENT — 2 0 8.0 — REGENT — 8.0 J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. a WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND A DAYTIME SESSION * PARAMOUNT PICTURES TROPICAL PARADISE OF Laughter and Song ALL IN RADIANT TECHNICOLOUR Heaven Help a Sailor on a Haven Like This "RAINBOW ISLAND" " RAINBOW ISLAND " " RAINBOW ISLAND " "RAINBOW ISLAND" "RAINBOW ISLAND" IN ALL THE WORLD, NO ISLAND LOSE THIS (THAT WE GUARANTEE) DOROTHY LAMOUR EDDIE BRACKEN GIL LAMB Dorothy brings you L'amour while Bracken and his pal Gil bring you laughs. NO RAW! .'." NO SNOW! NO TAXES! NO RATIONS! BUT' LOTS OF GRAND FUN! Plans At Regent — Ph. 32-888 Approved for Universal Exhibition. I TTT'nri'R - 1 CINEMA :: REMUERA I ■*• yJUKJSX I Pn _ 24-749. To-night at 8. David Farrer and "Moss" in " Sheepdog Of The Hills" Britain's reply to "Lassie Come Home " And "MEMPHIS BELLE" (In colour). A Documentary picture of the flight of a Flying Fortress over Germany and the English Countryside. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. IC A rrt"TV CINEMA :: TAKAPUNA I VJ-CVIJZiX X ph 78 . 465- To-night at 8. Laurel and Hardy, the Comedians, In " DANCING MASTERS " Full Programme. Approved tor Universal Exhibition. | AVONDALEI "i*^ Ger*ldine Fitzgerald and Frank Lawton In the immortal story " MILL ON THE FLOSS." Also " THE BLACK RAVEN." Approved for Universal Exhibition. _ I QTT? A Mti~l ONEHUNGA I j phi M _ 3Bo To . nignti 8 . . Nelson Eddy, Susanna Foster, Claude Rains " PHANTOM OF THE OPERA " And • MUSICAL MOVIELAND " Recommended by Censor for Adults. | AMBASSADOR | SSTEj Jack Benny, Kay Francis in " CHARLEY'S AUNT " Martha Raye, Carole Landis, Kay Francis, Mltza Mayfalr in " Four Jills In A Jeep" A Wopping Bigr Screen Entertainment. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. MATINEE WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. fLIBERfEj p A p h L e N 43^7~ L » TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Walter Huston, Ann Harding in c " MISSION TO MOSCOW " Jimmy Lydon, Olive Blakeney in " HENRY ALDRICH'S LITTLE SECRET " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. J i"NEwSOTar srss" T GUEST NIGHT TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. Van Hefiln, Patricia Dane in " GRAND CENTRAL MURDER " William Wright, Marguerite Chapman in " A MAN'S WORLD " Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. TICKETS FOR THE REPEAT PERFORMANCE of the Mount Albert Grammar School

Concert To be held on THURSDAY NEXT, AUG. 16, AT 7.45 P.M., Can be obtained at THE TOWN HALL ON THE NIGHT. Adults 2/. Children 1/. (Reserves at Lewis Eady, Ltd.. 6d extra) 14 , DANCING ZEALANDIA HALL DOMINION ROAD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 8 P.M. MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCE. Pinal of Pox Trot and Waltzing Competition. Popular vote decision. Monte Carlo, Good Orchestra, Floor and Supper. Gents 2/. Ladies 1,6. 14 Orange Coronation Ballroom TO-NIGHT — TUESDAY TUPU WAKA AND HIS RHYTHMIC ISLANDERS. Monte Ca_o. > Vocalist. Supp»r. THURSDAY, 16th MONSTER POSTER CARNIVAL. Good Prizes. Grand Parade 9.15. Celebrate Victory At The Orange. 14 Parnell Returned Services' Club THE VICTORY DANCE WHICH WAS TO BE HELD TO-NIGHT HAS BEEN DEFINITELY CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. \ W. KEENAN, 1* Hon. Secretary. VICTORT DAY ??? MATINEE DRUID'S HALL NEWTONMONSTER VICTORY MATINEE CARNIVAL. Dancing, Singing and a Ton of Fun. STARTING AT TWO O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. MAKE THIS A REAL CELEBRATION. M Management, NORM CROWDER SPECIAL MY -T • FINE DANCE CLUB PARISH HALL (Late St. Sep.'s) TOP KHYBER PASS (near Millet's Garage) HIDDEN TALENT CONTEST MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. £10 Cash Prizes, ajso Contract to Sing With Band for three months. A. McKenzle. M.C.: H. Anderson Mgr rOW_HALLJBALL,_THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. 14 TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUESDAY DRUIDS' HALL ' OLD - TIME DANCE. Excellent Music, Good Floor, Prizes and Supper. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Admission 1/6. Waltzing Competition Danced and Decided To-night. ■ 14 EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT MUNICIPAL HALL NEWMARKET THE "MAYFAIR CLUB" Proudly Presents REAL OLD-TIME DANCING j _•'.,_: From 8 till 11 p.m. Good Floor, Dainty Supper, Real Old-time Music. Lucky Numbers. Monte Carlo. ladles 1/6. Gents 2/ EVERYONE WELCOME-Come and Enjoy Yourself ■ 14 DAN C E TO-NIGHT ALLIANCE HALL EDEN TERRACE. OLD-TIME PROGRAMME. Two Monte Carlos. Dainty Supper. Excellent Floor. NORM. CROWDER'S ORCHESTRA. Ladles 1/6. Gents 2/. °om* Early for a Real Happy Night. All Proceeds to Crippled Children. M.C.. A. DANVERS and A. WARD, Sec. 14 2nd N.Z.E.F. ASSOCIATION GRAND DANCE MASONIC HALL. Belgium Street. AUGUST 15. JOHNNY BULL'S ORCHESTRA. Moate Carlos. Novelties. Supper. EVERY ONE WELCOME. Ladies 2/. Gents 2/6. -_ __ _14 LEARN TO DANCE AT HOME! A 2d stamp will bring you a Copy Free Book •'Learning to Dance at Home." P Don't tea Wallflower' at dances—let the Lavelle HomeStudy Dane ng Course teach you all the popular Modern Ballroom, Old-time and Party DanceV Don't be misled with cheap imiteUons. Our S?^ r ? e _■ «" Home-Study Dancing Course. Written Money Back Guarantee. ™' ' Lavelle Schools Of Dancing DEPT. A.S., P.O. BOX 1060, AUCK., 0.1. TS SYMONDSVILLE SC H O O L OF MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCING 30. SYMONDS STREET. Classes Monday and Thursday; 8 p.m. l Private Lessons Given. Studio Dance First Saturday Each Month Particulars Miss Spencer 42-237 TP MODERN BALLROOM DANCING. Private Tuition Studio Dance. Poise. Sociability. Servicemen hall fee. —Ph 16-214. Mavis Tollemache. Epsom. TH

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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