T AMUSEMKNTg WHO DOESN'T LIKE A HORSE STORY? Ip^ Queen Street — Phone 42-169. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating — Deaf Aids. BOX PLAN AT THEATRE AND BEGG'S. TO-DAY: 11—2—5—8. Special Supporting Programme, There is little more to be said about this really delightful story ol the Turf and the great open spaces. You will realise by now from earlier advertisements that "THUNDERHEAD— SON OF FLICKA," nhicn commences here TO-DAY, will prove in every way a very worthy successor to the, popular and successful attraction. "MY FRIEND FLICKA." May we merely remind you that ••THUNDERHEAD—SON OF FLICKA, " was a MARY O'HARA Best Seller, was produced by 20TH CENTURY - FOX, and stars RODDY McDOWALL. PRESTON FOSTER and RITA JOHNSON. FINALLY . . . PLEASE RESERVE EARLY FOR ALL SESSIONS. "Thunderhead—Son Of Flicka" "Thunder-head—Son Of Flicka" "Thunderhead—Son Of Flicka" "Thunderhead—Son Of Flicka" :s Approved for Universal Exhibition. "victory GREEN LANE. Phone 16-641 To-night and Saturday at 8. All the Thrills of "Kentucky" In Glorious Technicolour. WALTER BRENNAN. LON McCALLISTER — JEANNE CRAIN CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" Approved lor Universal Exhibition. Matinee To-morrow, Sat., 2 p.m. Cartoon. -'Fun For All." News, and "Home In Indiana" 111 CRYSTAL PALACE I MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 TO-NIGHT AND SAT. AT <J Something to Cherish, Cheer and Thrill for a Long Time to Come! GINGER ROGERS — ROBERT RYAN "TENDER COMRADE" Recommended by Censor lor Adults. I & BRUCE EDWARDS—SHARYN MOFFETT "MY PAL, WOLF" Approved lor Universal Exhibition. Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1-30 DOG COMPETITION RESULTS. Comedy, Sports, "Flicker Flashbacks." Variety. News. Serial, and "My Pal, Wolf" mini TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE dßnce to your heart's content in N.Z.'s LargesL Cabaret. Civic Wintereardens. with N.Z.'s Largest Cabaret Band. (Dress optional.) TVTTI T TTVCp MT. ALBERT. PTlOne 36-204 Uih LIUA-tL To . nie ht & Sal. at 7.45 Rosamund Johns. "THE LAMP STILL BURNS" & "SUNDAY DINNER FOR A SOLDIER" Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition. MATINEE TO-MORROW (SAT.). 2 P.M. "Sunday Dinner For a Soldier" and Featurettes. r> Tp CTT "NTT , EPSOM. Phone 60-142 rVJilljJillN - 1 To-night 7.45. Sat. 2 & 7.45 ANNE BAXTER — THOMAS MITCHELL "THE SULLIVANS" And Gloria Jean — Ray Malone "MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. JUMBLE SALE, To-night, St. Matthew's, 7 p.m. 10 ovrnooit spokts SOCCER SOCCER BLANDFORD PARK TO-MORROW 3 P.M. R.N.Z.A.F. v. NORTH SHORE (Whenuapai) To-morrow's series of games will conclude the championship and a win by Whenuapai would make them champions. A win by North Shore and a win by Philomel against Eastern Suburbs would give the sailors the championship. Shore's chance lies in a win In their game to-rrorrow. and a loss or draw by Philomel. Should this occur we would be placed in the position of having three teams level. Without a doubt, to-morrow's games are very vital lor each of these three teams. They all play a different type of footonll and tactics employed ineffectively by Shore last week against Philomel may prove more successful against Whenuapai. Don't miss this deciding game. 1.15 p.m.: FOURTH GRADE REPS. V. SECONDARY SCHOOL REPS. 2.30 p.m.: PRIMARY SCHOOL REPS. V. PRIMARY SCHOOL NEAR REPS. We have arranged these two games for our patrons to give them some idea of the high class Df football played in our Junior Divisions. It will pay you to be early and see the whole of tomorrow's programme. 10 DAXCIXC TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. ORANGE BALLROOM Top of Symonds Street. EPI SHALFOON AND HIS BAND. Vocalist: Vesta Sylvia. Monte Carlo 1, 2, 3 Prizes. Supper provided. Definitely THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN. Jltterbugging Prohibited. 10 NIGHT REVELLERS OLD - TIME PROGRAMME. MASONIC — TO-NIGHT JO MX - T - FINE DANCE CLUB. PARISH HALL (Late St. Sep.'s) ENTER NOW FOR OUR GREAT HIDDEN TALENT CONTEST. £10 Cash Prizes, also contract to sing with Band for Three Months. TWO COMPETITORS SING EACH MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. TOWN HALL BALL, —THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. 10 DANCE DANCE ATTRACTIO N SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 11. ST. COLUMBA DANCE GUS LINDSAY'S BAND. HULA DANCE. Ladies 1/6, Gents 2/. 11 THE VICTORIA LEAGUE YOUNG CONTINGENT Invite all men in uniform and the Merchant Navy To their Dance TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), To be held In the PACIFIC BUILDING, Wellesley Street East, At 7.30 p.m. All Men Welcome. Pj.rtners_ provided. 10 EPSOM STUDIO DANCE" To-night. 7.30. All Welcome.—lla, Ranfurly Rd. E. Ph. 16-214. 10 LECTURES AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. PUBLIC LECTURE. PROFESSOR P. W. BURBIDGE **""" Will Lecture at 8 p.m. In the COLLEGE HALL on MONDAY, AUGUST 13. On ATOMIC ENERGY. The Public is Cordially Invited. 11 A. A. MUNN, Acting-Registrar. NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY COMBINED BRANCHES. LECTURE AND DEBATE, ZEALANDIA HALL. Balmoral, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2.30 P.M. Speaker: MR. JIM ROBERTS. National President. Subject: "LABOUR AND THE FUTURE." 11
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