y AMUSEMENTS s 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 l - illinium roLLER ' S minium MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to Become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch for Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45. 7.45 p.m. Illlllllllili [jiijiiijiijj M.G.M.'s ROLLICKING ROMANTIC RIOT! MERRILY IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES 1 r NO RATION ON LAUGHTER! 6 NO LIMIT TO .ROMANCEI Wallace Beery — Marjorie Main Wallace Beery — Marjorie Main "RATIONING" "RATIONING" "RATIONING" THE TIMELIEST COMEDY OP THE YEAR I Wally's a Coupon-shy Storekeeper—Marge's a Man-shy Ration Official. 5 Also A HEART-WARMING STORY OP THE HOME FRONT ARMY! GREAT STORY—RIOTOUS LAUGHTER—BRIGHT MUSIC. BRENDA JOYCE i Richard Fraser Elsa Lanchester In %
"THUMBS UP" "THUMBS UP" 1 A Bright. Romantic Comedy Bramal Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. ' V|||||||l|||||||llllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllill||l|||||||liy ! 11l STRAND I ill ;ji I I llmlliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillilll! J | i 1,11.1.11 l Direction: Civic Theatre. Ltd. Illillll.il 11—2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. THE ATOMIC BOMB COULD NOT HAVE ROCKED THE STRAND MORE THAN THE LAUGHTER OF THE PACKED HOUSES EACH NIGHT 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 lor Universal Exhibition. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's " TH3S HAPPY BREED." EMBASSY VICTORY BALL TUESDAY, AUG. 28 TUESDAY, AUG. 28 TOWN HALL PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE. Ted Croad and His Band. Floor Show, Cecil Hall School of Dancing. Tickets, Box Office, Chas. Begg and Co. THE BALL OF THE YEAR. 14 OUTDOOR SPORTS LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARLAW PARK, SATURDAY FINAL MATCH FOR MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP. MT. ALBERT v. RICHMOND IT ALL DEPENDS ON MOUNT ALBERT.
If Mount Albert beats Richmond, and Otahuhu defeats Marist, Otahuhu wins the competition, but victory to Richmond gives it the honours. Mount Albert beat Richmond 11—7 in the first round and has its heart set on repeating the dose. In third place in the competition. Mount Albert Is a very fine side capabl? of beating any club, and that includes Richmond. IT WILL BE ANOTHER THRILLER. PUBLIC XOTICES CITY OF AUCKLAND VICTORY CELEBRATION PERIOD REFUSE COLLECTION Citizens are advised, in the event of V-day being declared on a normal working day, that the Refuse Collection Service will be suspended on the first day of the two days' holiday. In those districts having Collection once weekly the Refuse will bs collected on the day after the usual collection day, finishing on Saturday and returning to normal the following week. In those districts having Collections twice weekly. • the Refuse will be collected on the Next Usual Day of Collection. Should circumstances necessitate an alteration to this, citizens will be further advised. CHAMBERLAIN PARK GOLF COURSE The Chamberlain Park Golf Course will be open during the celebrations, but a limited catering service only will be available at the Golf House. T. W. M. ASHBY, i* ___ Town Clerk. CHINESE SHOPS CHINESE SHOPS At an Extraordinary. General Meeting of the Aucitland Chinese Association held on Tuesday evening it was unanimously decided that with the exception of services indispensable to the public all Chinese Shops be CLOSED and ALL OCCUPATIONS CEASE for a period of THREE DAYS (excluding Sunday) to celebrate the V.P. occasion. =. T ?hi P £ wl " commence from the same time as the two-day Holiday Period which has been declared by the Prime Minister for the rest of the community. , • J^ MAKOGAI AND PACIFIC ISLANDS LEPER FUND cn Thr 2m= l , h „ e , co " rte£ / of the New Zealand Express Co., gifts for the Lepers may be left at the TOfe!" , - TWMm - "Leper by Man^ DON'T fail to see Exhibition of specially-grown |oc|s at Miss Carney's. Fiorist. 69. Karanglhap? wp|M lEI - D Pa«,
In Luxurious and Spacious Surroundings, Here Is The Perfect Setting In Which To CELEBRATE THE VICTORY! | | I OPEN TO THE PUBLIC NON - STOP DANCING ON THE TWO OFFICIAL "Never a Moment 0N THE TWO OFFICIAL Without Music" VICTORY VICTORY PTVTP CELEBRATION DAYS CELEBRATION DAYS S T SrISSS ARDENS And Every Night ThereWINTERGARDENS after Until Further Notice. CABAMIT n D °° rS ° Pen 10 P ' m ' Dancing from 10.30 to (Inquiries Welcomed re 2 a.m. Private Functions) tin 111111 l I I I i ' l!ilil IJ I I Failing the Proclamation of Victory this week the I Cabaret will be open I I | | TO-MORROW — WED. Mil FRIDAY — SATURDAY. MAKE UP YOUR PARTIES AND RESERVE YOUR TABLES! Dress Optional. Phone 30-100.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945
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