Hear the Public Address: Divine Victory—Its Meaning For Distressed Humanity
Does “divine victory” mean that Christendom will rule the world? If not, what does it mean? This principal talk at the current international assembly of Jehovah’s witnesses will show you what “divine victory” will mean, and how you can be on the winning side. The assembly is scheduled for major cities world wide. Feel welcome to attend. No collection will be taken.
July 4-8: Albuquerque, N. Mex., State Fair Grandstand (Spanish only). Houston, Tex., Astrodome. New York, N.Y., Jehovah’s Witnesses Assembly Hall (French only). Pittsburgh, Pa., Three Rivers Stadium.
July 6-10: New York, N.Y., Yankee Stadium.
July 11-15: Kansas City, Mo., Royals Stadium. Oakland, Calif., Oakland-Alameda County Stadium.
July 18-22: Los Angeles, Calif., Dodger Stadium. Philadelphia, Pa., Veterans Stadium.
July 25-29: Atlanta, Ga., Atlanta Stadium. Houston, Tex., Sam Houston Coliseum (Spanish only).
October 1-5: Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center.
July 4-8: Vancouver, B.C., Empire Stadium. Winnipeg, Man., Winnipeg Stadium.
July 11-15: Halifax, N.S., Halifax Forum.
July 25-29: Montreal, Que., Parc Jarry Park (English and French). Toronto, Ont., Woodbine Race Track (English, Italian and some Spanish, Portuguese and Greek sessions).
July 11-15: Dublin, Ireland, R.D.S. Main Hall. Helsinki, Finland, Olympic Stadium (Finnish and Swedish).
July 18-22: Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhagen Sports Park (Danish and Norwegian).
July 25-29: Düsseldorf, Germany, Rheinstadion (German, English and Italian). Nicosia, Cyprus (Greek).
August 1-5: Edinburgh, Scotland, Murrayfield Stadium. London, England, Rugby Union Ground. Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium (German and Greek). Paris, France, Stade de Colombes.
August 8-12: Brussels, Belgium, Palais du Centenaire-Heysel (French, Flemish, Portuguese and Spanish). Rome, Italy, Stadio Flaminio. Utrecht, Netherlands, Jaarbeurshallen, Crosselaan.
July 25-29: Osaka, Japan, Expo ’70 Festival Plaza.
August 1-5: Seoul, Korea, Seoul Stadium.
August 5-8: Taipei, Taiwan, International House Gymnasium.
August 8-12: Hong Kong, Grantham College of Education, Kowloon.
MIDDLE AND SOUTH AMERICA
September 12-16: San Juan, Puerto Rico, Hiram Bithorn Municipal Stadium (Spanish and English).
October 31—November 4: Mexico City, Mexico, Arena México.
November 7-11: Guatemala, Guatemala, Army Stadium.
December 19-23: San Salvador, El Salvador, Gimnasio Nacional.
December 23-27: San José, Costa Rica, Bonaza Coliseum.
December 26-30: São Paulo, Brazil, Municipal Stadium of Pacaembu. Panama, Panama, Gimnasio Nuevo Panamá. Valencia, Venezuela.
January 2-6: Asunción, Paraguay, The American School of Asunción. Montevideo, Uruguay, Palacio Peñarol.
January 9-13: Buenos Aires, Argentina, Club Atlético Los Andes. Córdoba, Argentina, Festirama de Río Ceballos.
January 16-20: La Paz, Bolivia, Coliseo Cerrado. Santiago, Chile, Estadio ‘Santa Laura.’
January 23-27: Bogotá, Colombia, Coliseo Cubierto El Champín. Quito, Ecuador, Coliseo Concentración Deportiva de Pichincha. Lima, Peru.
December 5-9: Nandi, Fiji, Utulei Convention Grounds.
December 12-16: Christchurch, New Zealand, Lancaster Park.
December 16-20: Sydney, Australia, Randwick Race course.
December 5-9: Monrovia, Liberia, Providence Island. Dakar, Senegal, La Maison des Jeunes.
December 12-16: Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Boxing Club. Freetown, Sierra Leone, Brookfield Stadium.
December 19-23: Cotonou, Dahomey, Terrain à Coté de La Maison des Jeunes (Unafrica). Accra, Ghana, Accra Race Course.
December 26-30: Nairobi, Kenya, Nairobi City Stadium. Lagos, Nigeria (tentative).
January 2-6: Johannesburg, South Africa, The Arena.