The Evening News, Tuesday 1st October 1946

f f a t t t y s STYLISH COAT featuring the new Full Swing back A very smart coat in Rood brushed wool cloth ; other new features are the deep-set armholes and bold pockets; half-lined. Green, Tan, Navy or Wine. Sr-wST- £5.7.10 Fifteen Coupona. Personal Shoppers Only. S e c o n d F l o o r . A o ia it to P o n tin g s - CARPET Department is always woTth while ; we fthall be pleiised to show vou our interesting collection of Wautiful Persian carpets and ruga. ? ? ? S pecial O ffe r To-morrow ! 500 yards only, Superfine WOOLLEN ART FELT Thoroughly recommended a* fitted rat pete or for squares. Good shades of Fawn. »Brown, Green. Blue. Wine or Pink. Note the width. A A M ^ 54 inches. > Q / O Per Yard MmW M No Post or Phone Orders* Shop early. PONTINGS • ••••••• *••• I The House for Value KENSINGTON W 8 € < Iron and Steel ” is in the forefront of British in­ dustry. Its development made possible the Indus­ trial revolution. To have shared in the grow th o f this great industry has been the proud privilege o f N a­ tional P rovincial Bank L im ited. The manifold facilities of the Bank are at the dis­ posal of Principals of all types of business who wish to discuss their problems with under­ standing and goodwill-the pre-requisites of successful trading. National Provincial Bank Limited S h e w a s € 4 4 w a y s t e r e U y e t s h e T r e a t ” 1' " ! Run-down — nervous — tired but can­ not sleep — worried by trifles — unable to concentrate . . . many are like that to-dav after the recent difficult years. If only they would — like Mrs. Knivett of Norwood — take a good, sound tonic * Some time I ago 1 became very run-down and j nervous owing to great mental strain. I was unable to sleep . . . small things upset me. I worried over trifles. 1 decided to try Dr. Cassell's Tablets, and after taking \ a course I felt much better. Now I always have a bottle htndy." j j (M rs.) W. K nivett, Norwood. | T h e medicine like Dr. Cassell's, the well- tried Tablets that have the tonic qualities needed to restore energy and calm, and a special digestive which corrects stomach disorders. If you are run-down and tired, start a course of Dr. CasseU*s to-day; you will be surprised at the difference. 1/4 and 3/3, incl. purchase tax. IABLUS TfSTED, TRIED AND TRUSTOR iiitttHJHt are seurcnung rne area after further reports that wreck­ age could be seen at low water *2,000 yards from the s»hone. Mr. Glyn Jones, of Rhyl, who picked up the message, told me ; “ I was testing my set when this call — repeating ‘SOS, SOS. SOS* — broke in on 200 kilocycles, which is used by Droitwich. Ministry Knows Nothing " I immediately phoned the police and went across to Droit- wich Station. They had heard nothiing. The call was very weak and seemed to be from nearby.” Seaforth Radio Station, Liver­ pool. heard nothing of the SOS, and the Air Ministry have no reports of missing planes. By Jim Stenner West H am bring their speedway season to a close this evening (7.45) w ith the C undy Trophy com petition between 16 riders draw n from the N ational League clubs The conte£t Is being aecided on knock-out lines w ith fo ur heats, tw o semi-finals, and a final Thi: final m av be another Price v. Parker duel. D raw : Heat 1 : Eric Chitty, GeofT Pym ar, Cyril Anderson Wai.lv Lloyd. Heat 2 : M a.colm Craven, Bill K itchen. " Buck " W hitby. Oliver H art Heat 3: Boh Harrison, Jack Parker, Ron Clarke. Benny K ing Heat 4 : T om m y Price, Les W otton, N orm an Parker. Alec Statham . O ther events on the program m e are a consolation race and the W est Ham riders’ cham pionship fixture list, inclu ding m atches against professional clubs has been arranged and overseas tours are planned. W ith 60 applications (one from a Sunderland half-back) to take part in the senior trials and plenty of prom is­ in g freshm en, officials of the club w ill n o t lack talent to w ork upon. The Inter-University m atch, for w hich nine O ld Blues are available, w ill, as usual, be played at Cham pion H ill, D ulw ich, on Saturday, D ecem ­ ber 7. SPURS APPOINT ASSISTANT MANAGER T ottenham Hotspur F.C. have ap­ pointed Jim m y Anderson assistant m anager a.nd chief scout of the club. He jom e d Spurs a.t 14. and has been w ith them ever «ince— * period of 39 years. DEBENHAMS DIVIDEND 100% UP TO MARKET ESTIMATES By Our City Editor 7, Angel-court, E.C.2. (Afon 3321.) J^IR E C T O R S of Debenhams Limited, the big drapery group, pleased the Stock Ex­ change to-day by announcing a dividend of 100 per cent, on the Is. Ordinary shares for the past year. Thi*> com pares w ith 33 1-3 per cent, last tim e ana 25 per cent, for the year before that. It was up to best m arket forecasts, but a little profit-taking after the announcem ent put the shares a few pence U w er at 18s. lOJd. Dali Stock Markets W all Street was again blam ed for an all-round sctback in Stock M arkets to-day The New Y ork m arket sustained a setback overnight and this gave rise to fears th at last week's recovery m ay prove to be only a flash in the pan. As a result there w as a w eakening of sentim ent here, and brokers every­ where were com m enting on a definite falling off of business. Coal Shares Bright The one Industrial section to resist the genera.! trend was coal shares Dealers again reported a steady trickle of sma«U buying orders. Bols- over rose another 2s. 3d. to 62s. 3d. Shipleys Is. to 42s., H ordens 10£<L to 27s 3d and Staveley 6d. to 57s. Armstrong Shock P relim inary statem ent frdm A rm ­ strong Shock Absorbers, published to-day. came as a cold douche to the m arket, and the Is. shares dropped from 6s. 9d. to 3s. 10id. n o m in al C om bined net profits, alter tax. have slum ped from £13,511 to £1.654. The dividend is 7] p.c.. against 10 p.c. A t last annual m eeting chairm an w arned shareholders that transition 1 stage m ig h t last som e tim e Decca Rise Not Held Most of the leading industrial shares lost ground— m ainly because of the absence of new buyers Dccca fell 3s. 9d to 56s. 3d after their sharp rise. Breweries were dull where changed, and Stores eased <W ooiworth Is. dow n at 87s. 4 Jd.). Profit-Taking In Diamonds The rise in diam ond shares proved to be very short-lived W ith other m arkets duLl recent buyers decided to take profits a.nd most of vesterdav’s price gain 6 disappeared. De Beers Deferred fell back from 23 5-8 to 22 5-8 and A nglo A m erican Trust fel»l Is. 3d. to 65s. O.F.S gold shares weakened fol­ low ing a sim ilar m ovem ent reported from the Cape. “ O f sits ” lost 2 *. 6d. to 70s. In oil C»ondon and Thames Haven jum p e d lOJd to 17s. 7}d. Good Coal Results Cannock Associated Collieries net profit up from £119.471 lo £151.238 1— best since pre-war. Div. Hi p.c. (samel. Hors Bridge & T. Piggott: Div. 15 p.C. (samel. Net of- £31.743 (£40.6861. Wake & Dean: Final div. 6 p.c.. unaktntt 8 p.c. isame). Net pft. £59,461 HfcM[86S); CLOSING CITY PRICES (With To-day's Rise or Fall) • •• British Stocks To-day's Rise Price or F all Consol 2 *2% 975g - Consol *1 % 11138 Conv 3 i2% ...1121ib Fund 4%......117?:6 — * 16 Local 3&..... 1001 2 Victory « . . . 1193B War Ln...§3> lOHlg War Ln 8l&107»ia Railways B.A.G-.S......... 123* B.A.Cr.S. 5 Pt‘ 341 4 B.A Pacific... SI2 B.A. West...... 151) Do. 412 Ff. 4r>l* Can Pao.......S I8 3 4 Cent. Arg...... (rt Western... fitt Ixln Trns C ... 59 1 4 L.MJ5 ........... *28 L.M.S. 23 Ff- 54 L.N.K. Pf....... 5 l2 L.N.K. Dfd.... 2 i2 L.N.E.2ndPf.. 27U San Paulo...... 07 Southn Pfd.... 71 Soutbn Dirt ... 21 Is Foreign B onds China 4i? 98 Ht? Jap. 5 *07 ... Peru Ord. ... Peru Pref.. . . P » 2 + U Peru Db........ 811 2 + *2 - U - U • •• - 3 a - - i« - 1 4 - *2 - + *2 - H 2 eee + is - U 1934 2 9*2 811 2 G reyhounds Clapton...... 1‘ 2/U O.K.A......... l«/0 OlfA (Man) 1 tf/rt Hack. W ...11/1012 Womb. Dfd 14/101* West Ham 17/3 D rapers & Barker J, ... Debenhams 18/1 Dig (iamago ... 41/U GorrinjjQ ... 63/9 Crt.U .Stores 4*2/1 \ Hsrrods...... 70/9 Marks &.S ...74/1012 Swears k Vi '29/C) Self. Hldgs 52/0 Swan S i K. . . 32/0 U. Drapery lH/9xo Wool worth 87/4^2 Iro n , C oal, Steel Babcock..... eo/U /3 /3 /« /I /41* Baldwin ... 6/3 • • • Bolsover. ... tf-2/3 Brown J ... 28/11 - / n 2 41/U + 1 3 Dorman L... •J5/B • • • Guest K. ... 41/H • e t Hadfields ... ‘ 2H/0 •ei Harland...... U5/6 - /1 lj Powell Dff 24/8 - r ih Staveley ... 57/0 + /o Stewarts Uf 50/9 • • • Swan 11. ... 5 9j(i - /< * TbovnasK ... 11/l h - /H2 rtd. steel ‘ 25/3 eee Yickor* . 25/7*'.tf •• • .M o t o r s , A i r c r a f t A.l'i.O ...... 7H/5I - /3 Austin A.... :i«/3 • ti Bristol ..... IH /ld j - /U2 BJ&.A . . . . . . 28/9 ees Do HsvIxkI 4*2/0 - /6 Ftlrey ............. 17/l*£ tee Fo i\ l . . . . . . . . . . 41/0 eee Handley...... •25/712 • e • Hawker Sid 2^/412 esi l.oyland...... l ‘4 eee Morris........ ttt/ lOta - /H 2 Hollf Hoyce 55|B - life Hover. 3:V1»2 - ; u 2 Ni njffr» •••••M e 7 IH - 11^2 S^ndard 30/0 - 1 ^ 2 or F all • • • Brew eries,T obacco To-day’s Rise Price Barclay P„. 38/0 Bass............182/6 B.A. Tob..M .. 515|s Benskins ,,.102/0 Carrera®..... 21/15 Courage......100/0 Distillers ...130/0 Guinness ...153/0 Imp.Tob .... 7*2 Ind Coopo.,.121/6 Phillips a . 52/(1 Seager K .... 72/0 S. A. Brew. 1*55/6 Taylor Wlkr 46/9 n WalneyDfU 91/0 - /« - J1 6 + id - / llj - 1/6 - 1/0 • /H - ha - 16 te ‘/fl O ils, Tins, R ub b e r Stores - /o - /6 • •4 - /« -/1012 -1/3 • • • - /3 + fU t - /.* -1/0 Amal Tin . . . 18/U 2 Ang.Dutch^ 17/» A Egypt2. 75/0 A Kouador. 37/0 A. Iranian... 41;>ie AlhcdSimu. 11/6 Attock........ 4H/0 Ilr Cont, 4/112 Burmah...... 65/712 Can.Eagle.. 29/l(Jl2 IX)bitoa ...... 64/6 lxln. Tin... ., 5/9 Ldn.&T H» IH/O Malaya lam, 36/6 Malayan 1 . 30/6 Mawehl ... 27/6 M e\ K A gfr. 14/71a Koyal Dutch 311 4 It libber Tat. 22/6 S h e ll....... 89/112 Trin J.easet 5^32 ntram ar ... 67/6 U. Brit. T... 28/H U.S. Beton^ B8/Ha [V.o.c......... 73/n Wakefield... 65/9 t * » N«t* • ••••• M ines AlJfcEurop*. A. Amer. Cp A.Amer Tn», Ariston . Ashanti. Bihiani Blyvoor Urakpan_ _ Burm.\ C p „ Cen.Mimon (!r\.lJiarnoa 1 l)cBeers .... K.HandCn E. Transvaal '* Freddies J. G.U Select Uoldfields . “ Jobnniefc* Libanon ^... Lydenburg. LNndhurst. MarluQolo. XVhanjra ... S.O Wiia ... ••Ofstf ...... Ifamlfonteln ifanrt M ine<* U.Bkn.Uill Kbokana ... Roan Ant^.. St Helens. Select Trust Spaar water Sub NigeL.. T repca,...... I’nion C | i . . . Venter X V .Drlef onl.’n W.HoMlnp W.ifarvl Inv Wert Keefi. W. Snasrwtr West v‘ita.. ^incCblB f m « • 834 r> ?8 65/0 12/412 59/4 12 28/9 918 15/W 10rt> 21 55/0 225*8 13/3 8/7 12 571« 30/;* 76/3 27/6 5 2 3 5 9 4/0 7 / ll2 63/9 16/0 70/0 24/412 6 n lf 1 0 /Il2 83g 13/3 55/712 40/7*2 < 1 /5 1 471« 7/9 123g 42/6 4 4*152 41/3 40/D 30/H 77ifl 77/6 - 1/3 - /3 - I5 2 • • • - 1/6 • • • - /7l2 4 - /113 - /tl - /H2 + 1/112 + I Ha - *4 • as - I5 2 • s s • S I « « ? - 1 /1 2 • • • t - /6 1 « !a 1 / 3 /1»2 • • • /3 1|S U /9 1 /8 '7*2 U • /3 1/3 *8 /s *32 • IV2 • • • 1/6 2/6 1 | 6 /3 m 18 Banks, Insurances Rise 01 F all To-day's Price Barclays B.. 82/3 Kaglc f.p....130/0 Hongkong... 851a M oydsAilp 65/712 Martia’sCfiA 91/0 Midland (£1) 95/6 N.Pv B £ lp 82/6 Pearl ........ 19^ Prudential A 3-112 Sun( l0s.pd.)108/9 W st m tr£ lr 100/0 Textiles Bleachers .. 12/712 Bra<l, Dyers 23/412 Brit.Ce lan. 31/9 O il. Print... 23/112 CViats ....................... 57/3 (’ourtaulda^ 51 /9 Kng.Sew. C 32/9 Fi«o Spin ...22/1012 Lancs CottJi 30/i) Patxxis B ... 4313 8 Shipping Cairn ...... 12/41 $ Coast Line. 18/4la Court Liao 35/0 Cimard.^,... 30/712 France Fen 53/9 FurnesaW... 31/412 Indo-Cbin ... 12*4 P. A O.Def 52/0 H.M.Lind 27/1 U X W ie .......29/0 I n d u s t r i a l s A.B.C......... 42/0 Anglo- Newf 76/:; A .b.l^m ...27/1012 Ass.News Dt 23/<> Aasoe.Kl ... 67/0 A.P Cement 61/i Beocliains... 24/9 Belle V ne Df 14/0 Bra/ Tract. S2RU B Oxygen* 4*» Br blaster 32/11 2 Burton )i... 32/It But Una........ 17/rt Cable Onl... 107*4 Cable Pref. 115U Calcutta Tm 60/0 Cole E X .... 30/7la Conor ...... 31/1*2 Crompton .. 30/3 Daily M k G 19/H DailvMirror 25/ti Decca......... 60/9 DvIji JCuc.... 121g Duulcp ... 69/»f Via^tvoorts... 40/0 F.M . l 29/412 Gaumont ~ 26/0 G.K.C ...... 95/6 Goodlass W 27/1012 Home A ; Col 8/0 Hudson Hay 92/9 Imp Cbem 41»’6io Int Nickel.. 5 *4 .5 lut ]*aint... 6*is Int Tea..... 17/6 LAUtaro 24/3 • »s + /3 • • • - /8 - is • • • - /8 + + /3 • •• - /« • • • - /9 - /0 • • • + /3 — 3j2 m m — /3 — / n 2 — o • iO • • /3 — /H 2 — IS ivns c n ic n ie y were succe^stui in tne th ird round of the W om en's O pen G olf C ham pionship, continued at H unstan­ ton to-day. Mrs. H olm won easily, b ut Mrs. C ntchley was taken to the 23rd hole by Mrs. Sheppard. Results: T H IR D RO U N D RESULTS Mrs, A. M. Holm beat Miss C. M. P ark 3 an d 3. Mrs D. F. Baker beat Miss A. M . T roup 4 and 2. Miss F. Stephens beat Mrs L ittle fair 5 and 3. Miss P. Garvey beat Mrs. E. C. Beddow s 4 and 3. Mrs. C. A. Joll beat Mrs. E. M. Stephens 7 and 6. Mrs J. W ylie beat Mrs D. Eberstein 2 and 1. Miss J. C ordon beat Mrs. D S m ith 6 and 5 Miss M. Evershed bt Mrs B rindle 5 and 4; Lady Cddis bt Mi«? R F B run ton 3 and 2; Miss M. G. Ham pson bt Miss H. T rant 2 and 1; Miss M. A. M cK enny bt Mrs E. H ill 2 an d 1; Miss M. Ruttle bt Miss M Paterson 4 and 3; Mrs. W. T. Sw annel bt Miss A. Scargill 4 and 3; Miss J. D. Kerr bt Miss J. M cIntyre 3 and 2: Mrs. Red- dan bt M m e. Binoche one hole: Miss R. Leetham bt Miss Holmes one hole. Miss J. D uncan bt Miss M. M Fyshe 3 and 2 ; Viscountess Saint Sauveur bt Mrs. L. H Brow ell 8 and 6; Mrs. B. Carrick bt Miss I> M. Fenton 4 and 3; Mrs. A. M. H. W ardlaw bt Mrs. C. V. Richardson 6 and 4: Miss E. Price bt Miss J. Jackson 7 and o. Display of Kitchtn Equipment I White City Race Draw D raw for the neats of the O. A. C ritchlev M em orial Stakes to be run over 525 yards at W hite C ity on Saturday is: Heat 1.— (Trap 1) Tatra. (2) Blue Tanist. (3) M ischievous M anhattan. (40Quare Times. (5) R im m e ll’s Black, (61 Yardley W histler. Heat 2.— (11 Lisftry Laddie, (2) D ante II. (3) Shannon Shore, *4.) Scoff T hat. (5) Judge's N ip, (6) Sporting M idnight. Walker Cup Plans A lthough no official approach has yet been m ade to the Royal amd A ncient G o lf C lub by the A m erican authorities w ith regard to a resum p­ tion of the W alker C up m atches, the m aster w ill be placed before a m eet­ ing of the com m ittee, an official of the club stated in St. A ndrew s to- » day. A ccording to fnform ation in New Y ork (reported by Reuter), the A m ericans are prepared to play the m atch in B ritain although according to the rules governing the trophy it w ould have been Britadm’s tu rn to go to the United States ’32 1/3 /7*2 /* *8 1/S - 2/6 - / l l 2 - /3 + /3 - 1. 1 ) - /a - /3 - 1 4 - he - »3 4 - 1 4 - h • • • - /412 - /T *2 - IH - 1 0 - fa - 3/9 • • • -I/O • • • - a i 2 - /3 • •• - /3 - /II* -2/1*8 - /3 - U - /1*2 Fixtures Wanted C. Palace Res.— Aw ay m atch for ^ S aturday Phone Livingstone 1876. Pando S. and A.C. <N. S uburban F ootball League), aw ay m atch Oct. 5. Share expanses. J. B uckham (T otten­ ham 4567). Dartford London League team , aw ay on Saturday. Contact secretary, D artford F.C.. D artford. W ood Green Res., aw ay Oct. *5. G. F Coomas, 75. G reat Cambridge- road. N.17 Heston F.C. hom e on October 5. D. A tkins. 60, Castle-rd. Islew orth, M id ­ dlesex. 1 ever......... 5 2/0 m m ^3 l-iln Br^k. G5/t3 — /« l.vons A ..... i + Margie Kst. 51/fl — n Miurox.......... •*h8 + h s tXleon ...... a m Pincliin J... 44/112 r n m I’urnell ... — 2 m llank^ ....... 1W + / u * Savoy.......... 81 W O — fti Stiller* Df. m ii) eee Stoll .. ..... •2I/H4 IU 2 Sudan.......... 4H/H eee • s»m. Victor! •24/1 ij» Tur. K>*ull S<»/7l2 — 1/3 1 * Dtirioe .. • • * V Mols*«es •10/112 /$! Wall. Dhi.... V 1 3 - /9 2,500 gns. For Yearling The highest pi ice at the N ew m ar­ ket Sa.es to-day was 2,500 gns. paid bv M r H J Sim m s (or Rising, a sp’endtdlv bred yearling ftlly by B ob­ sleigh— Bread Card. She is a half-sister to the K ing's horse. Rising Light, who ran second in the St. Leger last year. The Herbert Vase com petition w ill be revived next Sunday on the C ol­ chester snlf course. Chelsea have refused an offer to take cart in a m atch at Stockholm next Sunday. The ~ Round Ilford “ re!ay, In w hich m any prom inent ^lubs threaded this suburban area before the w ar. will be revived bv the Ilfo id A.C. this w inter. NINERS solution : Cat, Trout, Robin=INCU BATOR. FILM QUIZ : The Prime Minis­ ter; Jamaica Inn; Thief of Bag­ dad; Target for To-night. New De Luxe KITCHEN CABINET • A modem deiign exclu­ sive to Barken. • Made of Aluminium. No Dockets required. • New chromium plated handles with new easily operated catch. 9 R o unded com ere, polished an d f in ­ ished i n lovely paetel shade• of C ream an d Green or Cream a n d Blue # W orking top. etme 42 x 21 in.i of Vitreous enamel. # O verall si me is 6 ft. 8 in. high, 42 in. wide an d 21 in. deep # 3 easy running d raw e rs* £33:18:6 Carriage frre in i/r/n’rr.v radius. 201- extra to nearest Railway Station. John Barker & Compy Ltd Kensington High St W8 Turnery Lower Ground Floor Phone W EStern 5432 GRAND HOTEL EASTBOURNE N O W REOPENED FOR RESERVATIONS P h o n e: EASTBOURNE 1600 (7 lines) Selected BULBS A F R E E E x h ib jt io n H YACINTH given with all orders of £1 . TULIPS. <;ioriou* r*i> K < * of rn|imr«— Rwl, Pink, Yellow, named Yir let if % 25 tor l*y6. 100 lor 46 D A F F O D IL S . Kin* Alfred, 25 for 15/., lOOIorSO/** (Golden Spur, Kmperor, Sir Wrttkto, W 5 for IX/-, 100 for 40/-. N A R C IS S I. Cheerfulness, double flowers, 25 for lO/-, 100 lor 35'-. l>oubl«) Waite wanted. 25 for 100 for 30 *. A N E M O N E S . Beautiful mixed colours, 25 f«.t a 6. 100 for IO,-. S N O W D R O P S Double and slnglr. 25 lor 4 0, 100 for 15 -. M UBCAR1. Grape llvacluth. double and M nfflft, Hft for 4 6, 100 for 15 -. O r € tS » M % m*Ur £/,a<lrs 6ft. Carr, B u lb L ist Free. W O LD EN NURSERIES/ ,9. CREWS HILL ENFIELD. MMx. Bankers— Barclay*, M id I it lid. CHEAP DAY TICKETS F R O M LONDON W IT m V S ? TO CERTAIN STATIONS IN THE LONDON SUBURBAN AREA at Single Far© for Doubt* Journey TUESDAYS. W EDNESDAYS A N D THURSDAYS commencing lit October, 1*44 Available by any train except thoie leaving London between 4.30 p.m. and 6J0 p.m. G W R L M S L N E R S R We're sorry, but still more restrictions mean still less S efyp ejd jd s B I S VETS Printed and Published Ov ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS. LIMITED, Carnicite House. London. E.C.-4, Tuesday, October 1. 1946. * 1 GROCERS ARE BEING AS FAIR AS POSSIBLE WITH THE FEW THEY GET. SERPELL’S OF R EAD IN G Established 1851 FAMOUS • • BISCUIT" FIG U RES — V n g lazed porcelains are known as “ biscuits.” This fine example, from the Victoria and Albert Museum, to a t modelled by Stephan about 1790.
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