AMUSEMENTS WARNING! YOU MUST RESERVE EARLY. CENTURY |BfQueen Street — Pbone 42-169. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating — Deaf Aids. DAILY: 11—2—5 —8. BOX PLAN AT THEATRE AND BEGG'S. 20th Century - Fox Present " Thunderhead, " Thunderhead, . " Thunderhead, Son Of Flicka" In Glcrious Technicoiour. Starring Roddy McDowall Preston Foster, Rita Johnson FIFTY MINUTES OF SELECTED SHORTS. Approved for Universal Exhibition. (Tl VICTORY IT [j_ VICTORY v Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. — The Theatre Classique — Situated Corner ot Green Lane and Great South Roads. Phone 16-647. TO-NIGHT AT 8. All the Thrills of "Kentucky" "In Glorious Technicolour. WALTER BRENNAN. LON McCALLISTER — JEANNE CRAIN CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" Approved for Universal Exhibition. j * S T AT^ - * I J Devonport phone 7 °- 101 J a § TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. The Story of Carrier X. Ifs a Ship with Wings! Men with Guts! A Ship with a Mission, and Men in the Mood! DON AMECHE — DANA ANDREWS SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE In a Story of Glory . . . "WING AND A PRAYER" "WING AND A PRAYER" "WING AND A PRAYER" Approved for Universal Exhibition. & KENT SMITH — BONITA GRANVILLE "YOUTH RUNS WILD" Recommended by Censor for Adults. ill R - I AL T 0 |l),, i| NEWMARKET. Phone 20-80 S. J l|' '111 TO-NIGHT AT f45 jj 1 Laughs! Tunes! Technicolour! ALICE PHIL CARMEN FAYE BAKER MIRANDA . Featuring the "King ot Swing" BENNY GOODMAN And his "Sweet Swing" Band. Including Edward Everett Horton, Charlotte Greenwood, Eugene Pallette. "The Girls He Left Behind" "The Girls He Left Behind" & DENNIS O'KEEFE — SIMONE SIMON "TAHITI HONEY" Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition. mini TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE dance to N.Z.'s Largest Cabaret Band. Civic Wintergardens, continuous dancing (drees optional). HIS MAJESTY'S 8.0 TO-NIGHT 8.0 2.30 WEDNESDAY 2.30 Special Matinee "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" " THE KIWIS " NEW NON-STOP LAUGH HIT "MA A D I GRA S " Plans For Remainder of Week at Lewis Eady, Ltd. Prices—D.C. and R.S.. 6/; Stalls 4/, Gallery 2/. Matinee: D.O. and R.S., 5/; Stalls, 3/: Gallery 1/6. Children (matinee only), D.C and R.S., 2/6; Stalls, 1/6; Gallery, 1/. (All Plus Tajf) Direction: K.C.P. Entertainments, Ltd. LECTURES __ THE BIBLE THE BIBLE Stands for Justice, for Peace and for Righteousness, for Purity of Thought and Action, has a special regard for the lower orders and denounces oppression of them, stands for Right as against Might. It envisages the ultimate unity of nations and a stable universal peace. Come and spend a quiet hour next three Sundays at 3 o'clock at the Freemasons' Hall. Upper Queen Street, and hear tfie following discourse:— ARMAGEDDON ARMAGEDDON ARMAGEDDON AUGUST 12—Mighty Military Power of the North Invades Palestine: the Coming of Christ and the Battle of Armageddon. AUGUST 19—The Coming of Christ a Certainty: Bible Signs: Conditions Among the Nations an Indication that Christ is Near. AUGUST 26—A New World Order and Peace to Come in the Millennium Reign of Christ on Earth:. All Nations Secure and Happy. Speakers: MESSRS. ,'ALDERSON, YEARSLEY AND BAIN. A Cordial Welcome to All. No Collection. 11 GEOFFREY nODSON Noted International Lecturer and Author, SUNDAY. AT 7 P.M., THEOSOPHICAL HALL, 371, QUEEN ST. Public Lecture: "MAN'S MASTERY OF THE POWER WITHIN THE ATOM." The source and nature of atomic energy and the moral of Its discovery and release. Don't miss the brilliant lecture, straight from the headlines. Questions answered at the conclusion of the lecture. " AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. PUBLIC LECTURE. PROFESSOR P. W. BURBIDGE WIU 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." RATIONALIST ASSOCIATION Subject- "THE CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR." An Appeal to Reason. Lecturer: MRS. A. J. LAPTHORNE. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 7.30 P.M. NO. 3, QUEEN STREET. Members and Friends Invited. ANOTIIER EDUCATIONAL HEALTH LECTURE AND PHYSICAL DEMONSTRATION. By MR. MATTHEW ALACH (Late Associate Worker of Dr. Ulric Williams.) LEWIS EADY HALL, NEXT TUESDAY WEEK, AUGUST 21. 11 N.Z. PEOPLE'S UNIVERSITr (Inc.). SUNDAY. 2.45 p.m. Speaker: MR. O. M. ROBINSON. Subject: "The League's Criticism of Brown's Island Sewage Scheme." 3, QUEEN ST. Discussion. Friends Welcome. S RADIANT HEALTH CLUB, Unity Hall. 323. Queen Street. TUESDAY. 14TH. 8 P.M. MR. F. DANKS, "Bretton Woods Conference. ,, , Public Invited to hear this interesting I ' Address. 11
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