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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1932, Kingston, Kingston PAGE TWELVE I- I I I f P 1 I t I i v 4 CAPT. TUPPER likes his salt He is pictured at Bournemouth Club on Sunday morning about to take- a swim. ASSOCIATION f OR ATHLETES Dr. Roy Brandon Talks Of Resuscitation of Governing Body in Athletics. Calls For a good long conversation on Saturday with Dr. Roy Brandon Secretary of the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association. The chief eub Ject discussed was the present posi- tion of the Local and other important topics of sport were touched on. Dr. Brandon said he would like to erase from the minds of pro- moters of local athletes end all concened that the Local Asso- ciation is out of existence. He would admit that due to his recent illness which took him to the coun try tor a few things with regard to the Association were not functioning as he wanted them and due to this the conclusion was reached by many that the J.A.A.A. was completely viped out. That Was not so. The Association was still a per- fectly constituted and was quite prepared to restart active eer Vice at any moment. It was how- ever felt that for Association to re tackle the problems of local track affairs there would have to be a complete assurance that con- ditions would be espe- cially among the men of the for while it could not be honestly said of all. the greater number of these men were opposed to in- novation involved in the existence of the and did much to hinder the worlt to the On the receipt of tho official in- vitation some months ago from the Sports Committee of the Inter- colonial meet to be held in British Guiana In August this the As- sociation endeavoured to select a representative team of track men to that continued Dr. but hovr could they done a when there was so much uncertainty with regard to the attitude of the men to- wards the The propo- sition therefore fell through. Dr. Brandon went on to say that he noticed that there had been a good many sports promoted re- cently without the sanction of the e Association. There even two men who were expelled from the track for very unsportmanllke ac- tions on the track whilst in com- petition some time who are now riding with the other men in sporting events. This shows clearly that both the expelled men as well as the others have not taken cogni- zance of the ruling local athletic body. And if things reached such a stage it were better they left it as they were. But now if the men thought that it was necessary that the J.A.A.A. should be re-estab- Is re-start its opcra- Donf let It ttntfl It develops into something much more serious. There is no better sdy for the relief of Colds and all Bronchial Afflictions than Syrup. It breaks up the soothes the throat and quickly restores normal Most pleas- ant to take. IIOKTHXOP LTKAN 12MITKD Caaeaa COD THE DAILY FEBRUARY It was a matter for them to decide wh- tlsor or not they would throw in th'-ir lot whole- heartedly and help tho Association not only to llniwh the work which they felt was lett hut to do tho things that would be to their mutual benefit. I assured Dr. llrundon that he would find a grrat difference in at- titude among the men of the track to-day to that which obtained net long ago. Dr. Brandon said finally that while he would not promise to be as energetic in the performance of his duties as due to health he would see to it that a man fit for the ppsitlon and one who was popular with all local track men be appointed as secre- but ho must first receive the declaration of each team that ho would he faithfully supported. This declaration of conscientious support I trust will be eent to Dr. Brandon without delay. EFFAT. TORIES HOLD SEAT. Feb. Con- tives in the House of Com mons Jiave retained their seat in the bye-election of the new Forest and Christ Church Division of which was necessitat- ed by the elevation of Colonel W1J fred Ashley to the peerage. Major D. Mills was it was announced the Censer vative vote as against for the Independent Labour Party Dr. G. A. Smith. 4 Chinese and Japanese Gather Forces For Attack on Big Scale from page the League of Nations Council and IH now under the consideration of thorn. Another portion of the Article XV provides that the Council may direct the publication of the re- quests received. He would urge that the documents should be made publicly available at the earliest moment. The gravity and the urgency of the matter were in the minds of all the members of the Council and he trusted there would be better news without much long- er delay. How soon the Assembly could meet and what It oould do when It were the questions demand- ing careful considerations. The Council was still sitting at Geneva and he hoped to return there as soon as Official Press i r APPEAL TO POPE. Dr. W. W. the Chinese i delegate to the League of Nations Council and the General Disarma- ment Conference which is now In session at has sent an ap- peal to the Pope asking for the Pope's intercessions in regard to the present trouble Shanghai between the Chinese and the Jap- says a wireless message re- ceived yesterday and dated from the Vatican City. The Holy It is under- has replied promising to offer prayers to God tor the peace- ful settlement of the present trouble and expressing the that normal conditions will BO on be Wireless. WINTER OLYMPICS. D. W. I. Cable LAKU Feb. winter Olympic which were being held here ended with the exception of the bob- sleigh which will take place to-morrow. Finland won the 60 kilometres ski race and Canada the hockey but the United States is the winner of the latter on unofficial point score. Sewage Farm At Greenwich Pen Is Inspected. Yesterday Alderman John of the Sanitary Dr. I. Officer of Health for Mr. F. City WJWTC and Mr. E. A. Glen CHARGES FOR WANTS. Sanitary paid a Psrsonsl per insertion 10 visit to the Sewage Farm and everyone lor SO Greenwich where they in- Business or Trade our Ad- WANTE Per Insertion of Five Lines TENANTS WAICTED For an fur- nished or otherwise. TO Agricultural large. Planting- wood working ma- cocoanut sllcer. Bowser Oil ni- ter. Sundry ttc. All are In condition will be sold at a very Jow price. Apply O. Retreat Hotel. Mptant Bar. No. 237 TO On Lady Muftgrave Road In the beat residential Motion. 3 build Ing Look for on right side of road going up. Above 8ea View Avenue. Apply to Newton Barnes.- 1S7 Tower Street. f lj TO 12 fine yountr for spected prevailing A report will be made at the next meeting of the Council of the Kingston and St. Andrew Cor- poration. Single person preferred. Apply 14 vertUlng Yearly per cioveUy JRoad. _______ ln.ertion of line. To TflJNANT. comfort- who have not got Ad- able with 3 of land on u property. span- vertlslng Contracts per Insertion I the Upper iRoad. Apply to of 6 line. I 'Roada or Telephone 1264. ly ST GERMAN PRESIDENCY. President Paul Von Hindenburg the soldier-Statesman of has accepted nomination for re- work election in the forthcoming Ger- street. HELP WANTED For rent No. 1 Retreat upper Brentford Road. Saint Cottage ol ft apartments and L. ngston. _____Ap- Hanover St.. No. TO No. Collins .t man elections which will be hold shortly. Adolf who has German will. also a Wireless. _____________________________ TO apartment at 12 North Are. COMPETENT Cook who can also Newton with Arnold above BICck Bridge A YOUNO SALESMAN to work on commission. Apply by letter with de- of experience to Box Gleaner Office. No. rent 11 Upper_Ellet-1 TO Pro of 74 DEEPSLEEP A MATTH-ESS son Road. of 4 larw one of the of with drawinr and pan- icEi kitchen with American and naa and outrooms. etc. ApplywIUiIn or to T. nuts with rf____ lady to undertake the care his home. Joseph care of Gleaner Office. A REFINED woman Agents. from the country Apply to C. A. Blcknell I ston Drug 2f Eaat Queen II Kingston._____________________ POSITION WANTED For rent Eaat 'lower and ----------w one door from two-floor I view of sea and mountain. suited for L-------- particulars apply B. Victoria. Avenue. No. tree r b Priced within the reach of every home i You have always wanted t spring- filkd mattress tc a popular prite. Here it is Deepdeep tuilt by mil StUMBER KJNfl SPRING Deepskep is a genuine spring-filled soundly constructed from A life-time if lasting It is beautiful in __ _ Jr___ _ _ comfoct tt nee will maximum bands suspended by popular price. h _____ Oft sale at all the better furniture cannot fag. REDUCTIONS FOOTWEAR LADIES' GENT'S CHILDREN. is easy way to Lovely Nails V FEW things are so captivating as lovely hands. And now the busiest woman can have exquisitely cared for tipped with Bails as beautiful as thanks to the famous Cutex Manicure Preparations. Cuticle Remover Nail the basis of the perfcbt manicure. It excess cuticle and derates the nail tips. Cutex Liquid the nails a sparkling brilliance that lasts for The new bakelite aerew- tight top is an added convenience that does away witt broken corks and keeps the brush tip off the table when in use. Cutex Liquid Polish the nails for the new polish by cleansing the nail of old polish. Cutex NaU JPhite Pencil accents die white of the nail tip. Manicnre can be had wherever toilet goodi are told. They in araf le and in matt Cntex Manicure that grace yoor dreva- ing are coarre- nient for trarel or make eharaiof LADIES' DONT MISS OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A FINE DRESS SHOE FOR ALL SIZES IN FASHIONABLE SHADE SATIN EVENING SHOES DYED BLACK CALF SHOES................ per pair. GENTS' TAN CALF per pair. GENTS' BLACK CALF BOOTS................ per pair. GBNW TAN CALF per pair. GENTS' PATENT DRESS OXFORDS per pair. i For The Best Value in Footwear HE SPORTS 27 KING STREET. Good JEAN RABOT The Best French Formula. Comes Shades BLACK LIGHT BROWN OZNFF1' AGENCT15CO. H A M YORK WARE E PARIS MEDIUM BROWN DARK BROWN bottle KINKEAD KINGSTON V V. woman from the country see HOUSE of 6 apartments with sani- tary within one car fare limit of city. Moderate rentaJ. Ap- ply Gleaner. Kingston. For rent ahop premises No. 8 Eaat Queen St. Immediate pos- would be ffage If desired. Apply J. Morant Bay P.O. No. LOST AND Along- the A vary willing young.___ t eeks ppBl-1 rental moderate. Apply at eas tank tlon as plain offlco- once C. BickncU 28 East No. WSlI SpanUh maid or butleress. A verr quick work-1 Queen Street. willing to take orders from her employer. Please call at IB Kingston Fletchers Land. younit from country aeaka poaitlon lady's or to I Nice flower Work with a single PUase A apply Mrs. 21 Hum Kingston. For 4 Graf ton new warded. 4 bedroom house with water through- large front and back Every convenience servant pantry. etc. available WANTED TO PURCHASE To Five apartment English lady leeksposl- cottage like standing oil large run tion in country aa companion. Widely Of land. Moderate rental to desirable tenant. 11 New Lincoln St. San- Mi. ixew good fond jot country life. Ap- Andrew. Apply Sanjuinettl ft ply Gleaner. 7 Duke St. No. _ ...._ A boy position MI For rent Duke general can do a HttU butler- I thoroughly repaired and erenovated. ._ -_- wtth conveniences. Posaessipn 1st Apply B. M. toria Avenue. No. Is quiet and honest. call ___________ or write ta MB Aat March. Apply B. M. Vic- .Kingston P.O. A Tounf-fnaitYjuat from tha country fttekv position a me- chanical chauffeur. call to tiA Lantf to R. No. 0AVID J. 71 Kingitort SHINGLES TO SELL TO Ford Coupo Roadsttr In good has 4. good tires and 'awn Rived Hired No. 138 A woman seeks I new going cheap. Also vio- positlon aa nearly 100 old. office-maid or no clean I 1ft Greenwich Road. has reference from Isat employer. Please apply to Me- TO One very uncommon ma- WhJnney Kingston P.O. hogany one Singer foot in good condition. Applr Mrs. Thomp- A decent and obedient Dorrlen ContUnt Sprlne position as nurse or bar- or Phone maid. Quite Intelligent and lately from the country. Apply Widths. Brituli Columbia Mocks haUld at Halfway P.O. Ta In the parish of off propertlw in aU By a decent available land. Good rainfall Caba- quiet as butleress or ritta RUer running right through. Eair nurse. Wlllinir to herself useful irrigation If required. Apply Hugh In a home. Apply Edith 41 Clarke. Savanna-la-Mar. No. 7 Port Royal Leva Lane. A decent retpactable young- woman from the country sMks position an house-maid t or would like to on premises. Please call at 161B King any MISCELLANEOUS TO A grey Willys-Knight in excellent only wheels. Ltd. in writing- will be reived TO An emerald Ior Telephony antique Apply Hay. 115 Tower Street. TO Three flne milch two to calve about Kay. One now Rlvtnr 8 quarts milk-rprlce Apply MlBft 8. Antrim. Cross If you to dropjn at The Bright Yellow and see the about Ltd. they are talk and conjUUnr of Motor ear tyres and per In- vantory. Machinerr ftnd equipment M per Utt. Office Furniture and tares. Inspection of the Inventory Property of apprwcimate- mUo Book may TO i double bed witn anfl mother of fit- Appiy 4 Ttevea- oa favour to see him very much. River to th. THE NAMK is known the clvfllwd world overt and I and side and Cameras we have frem this firm. The meaner Kerfak tuppltM Otpt.. Gleaner without recourse in respect to or and no TO Cheap NO. 10 EM street. made nhould there be a house of 5 errors in calcula- Uon or otherwise. iine. Bear The Boek DebU will be sold with out recourse fn respect errors or for allowances or other TO Property Approximately __ 23 miles KKpiton. BJx- climate and rainfall. frown flrst class and ONLT a bottle of MERRELL'S crops. Own water near main 1 S32. MILK of UAOKESIA worth Aoubte road and shipping port. Apply the price. For sale er at Box Kingston. No. 23 the CORONA 111 No. IH TO Drawinc room ta. bridge beAii iwf sewing maAlne. etc. Phone or euaerlorlty In this flffm. Oel t Leighton Road. Collins Green. us new. The OWee IHMtefrs Department He. f TO wise. Dated the Ifth day of February THft new hie Arrived and ean ._ us. Hem em her the she UTS LEONARD 2 and 8 East Kingston. NOTICE TO WOMEN. One la apartment on the Sou line. State terms. Apply O. 8. Qteaner moiTCST for 'can Bills. Sflvtr and Oold. also llsh Oold. Jmall or large quantities or write to purchased. Vjwmn MacDongalL 20 Church I WILL Jockey Mclntosh_ at A few copies Ten- Do not allow short scanty hair to I n by Saxanne ctmtsJnirit .D0it Tnnr DA mortal JUVised Rules of the at the Gleaner the rreat hAir Dollours NO. LUxe Htjr oil. This preparation TO Two Tortesfctre will the hair Hke Nen and Patsy-three .flruineas each. Write for free information about Can seen at below New- tha Tbree of will be fflren free. Address letters TO Propjrgr IMP. CO. 5 acres. 26 mllesi from Klngstpn. Co- 775 T fc Jonns ____ __ _ _ __ pimento. tend a meeting of the Stewards of ceTlent good climate ana fruit 1 one penny atatnn for reply. Jockey Club on Saturday the 27th feb- ftti Und. Well watered by River and' uuo 7 at 11 No. Itt Apply Box 42. Kingston.. SYNOD. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPtlfftt We have epened uf e fuU assoftment TO Radio Fans and Kodak end menters. extensive assortment of We have the also the new also Dept. Popular Jewellery The annual synod of the Presby- refluter Kedsk as I dtp owner leaving vend terian Church in Jamaica will open list Gleaner. No. Divine jjerrlce at Scots Church Street. TO SELL- Phonorraoh very larce Duke Street on Monday cabinet in mahogany olour aimwt at seven o'clock. The ser- TO One Austin Seven Tourer. Please full particulars and state price. Address to Constant Spring P.O.. St. Andrew. No. TO One Essex Roadster GET FROM Feather in pink and yard. Harrow fur minir In black and wide fur trimming in white and black yard. Nathan and Metropolitan House. FILMS made b A. C. new. very also Organ mon by the Rt. Rer. the retiring xower Moderator. On Tuesday morning at seven Communion and at seven o'clock that evening the ________ Women's Missionary Society will TO SELL OR RENT that desirable J hare their annual meeting in the Bummer residence The Bungalow. Man church. Wednesday evening next at o'clock the synodical it last House has .tonarr meeting will be held. The ye. and. Gleaner Office Photo Dr itr partment N0' TO 4-i with back gear and tilde rest and reasonable price. Ap ply by letter to O. Gleaner. n In the dresses will be given by the t larre tanits and a pond B. Prentice of ReT. H. McTOir of Retirement and Mr. No. 1M Oeld rste. M. Hart of West ca. I AM BUYING AMERICAN and Can- adian ai a special high price. Arthur 8. 120 -Barry No. tennis coun. Kates on plication. Telephone No. No. 310 CUSTOMERS for the Lunch Room at the Ice House SS Port Royal from Monday 16th Feb.. 19H- Price moderate._________________ _ TO A Bmall row boat. Must be in good condition. State price and where to be seen. P.O. Kingston. TO weu EVENING. Avenue. Kingston._______ TO 500 old Cast fron i There will be s Competition Pipes 4 inches in m random mt the Moravian Eftll. North on Wednesday Feb. Director PnWic WertwH 7 at 7.80 under the superintendent of attgptcw Of the Mrfrrrian Litertry Water Work. noA later Thd chajr to through TO Arlington o O and modern Downstairs tarn O'-'-SJOp. SR HOTEL BUSINESS for A private rooms one cake ntry and a out- to acquire a very LU v T j lucrative. smalt country fully licensed. Situated I about miles from on goodlwmcn main with spIendM white bathing and otter attractions. Very desirable and required. MacCattv Pen. property now ten- to March over. Apply A. SackvltTa P.O. Ford Van The following competi- tion i hare been 1. General Knowledge Paper ot ten set and judged by Mr. V. C. 3. Song for Female S. Song for Male Judged by Mr. 8. M. Kitchln. 4. 5. Judged by Mr. Grant and W. Brown. 6. Impromptu Speeches. A Urge number have entered M I. .3 .til V r i Ji
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