. AMUSEMENTS sth Week Commences To-day EMBASSY J. c. Williamson's Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public iibrary) PLANS AT EMBASSY. Phone 32-660 Three Sessions: 11 —2 — 8 RAY MILLAND RAY MILLAND In Paramount Pictures , " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " A ROMANCE AS THRILLING AS IT IS BEAUTIFUL. BARBARA BRITTON Recommended by Censor for Adults. vim mi iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I! I! v--1 !!! STRAND ! i j j I' , 1:11 IIIIIIJIIIIHIIIIIIiIIIIIiIIHIHIIIIIH II - J ] I|i i Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. ill 1,1 II _ 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. LAST DAY 8.E.0. Radio Pictures Present "Betrayal From The East With LEE TRACY and NANCY KELLY Recommended by Censor lor Adults. TO-MORROW FRIDAY » « * N.Z. PREMIERE R.K.O. Radio Pictures Presents THE ROMANTIC ADVENTUROUS AND JiIUSICAI. EXTRAVAGANZA " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " THE GREATEST MASSED CONCENTRATION OF STARDOM HEAR—NESTOR AMARAL and HIS FAMOUS SAMBA BAND. SEE-HAKOLD THEZR WE!RD HB gg^SS s^Ho B B u isSl r S abSve a LAUGH—AT ROBERT BENCHLEY. THRILL—TO THE ROMANCE OF PHILIP TERRY YOU MUST SEE " PAN-AMERICANA " PLUS RECENT RETURN OF 900 EX-PRISONERS OF GUARDS WORK INSIDE THE WIRE. Also DONALD DUCK, OVERSEAS NEWS, Etc. Approved for Universal Exhibition. NO EXTRA COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." TOWN HALL TOWN HALL TOWN HALL TOWN HALL TO-MORROW — FRIDAY 12.30 TO 1.30 P.M. ORGAN RECITAL BY ALAN MAXWELL PROGRAMME: 1 (a) Toccata and Fugue in D Minor Bach (b) Adagio from Toccata in C Bach. (c) Chorale Prciude, "Christ Lay in Death's Dark Bonds" Bach 2 Benedictus Rowley 3 Toccata from Suite Golhique Boellmann 4 "The Curfew" Horsman ° "Por nn the re paHen" ""...... Elgar 6 (a} Pliers ct Berceuse Guilmant (bj Largo from Xerxes Handel The National Anthem. ADMISSION FREE. COLLECTION FOR PATRIOTIC FUNDS. 2 FAREWELL MEETINGS FAREWELL MEETINGS REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER TOWN HALL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY August 11 and 12 In the 14th Chipter cf Matthew and verse 35 we read "When the men of that place had knowledge of Him they sent out into al Hij couiV rv ro'ind abo'i ; an . oious-it- unto riim an that "were diseased; 'and besought Him that, they might, or.'.y touch the hem oi His garment: and as many as touched were made perfectly who.e. Let the same enthusiasm for helping men and women in need grip our hearts and.let u= rally th-.m to the Town Hall on these occasions when the Gospel will be preachcri by a man chosen of God to procla m the truth. to" the" eppeel. ' The challenge of the Saviour aiways finds a response n the heart of you'h. Saturday, 11th, will be a special youth sen Ice. Other cuts' r.nciing results of some southern meetings has been the public confession of Christ by whole families. COME TO THE GREAT FINAL MEETINGS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, AT 7.30 P.M. SUNDAY. AUGUST 12, AT 3 P.M.' Great Uni'ed Choirs please meet for Practice Monday Next, 6th at Ee:ecford Street Church, 7.30 P.m. PRAYER MEETING FOR THE CAMPAIGN SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 4, 7.30 P.M. At W W.W ROOMS, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. Mr. Fletcher also takes the pulpit at, the Bcicsforl Street Church morning and evening next Sunday. sth. 2 FI'XKKAI. NOTICES LODGE IWrATOETOE No. 227. Brethren are requested to attend the Funeral of our Late BRO. G. JEAVONS, York Road, Papatoetoe. Funeral will leave the above address at 11 a.m. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) for the Papatoetoe Public Cemetery. By Command of the W.M. 2 LODGE TAPATOETOE 221. Brethren are requested to attend the Funeral of the late BR. G. JEAVONS, leaving his late residence, York Road. Papatoetoe, for Papatoetoc Cemetery. 2 BY COMMAND OF THE W M
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