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ANN SPICE, ' Books to Read '
Songs by FREDERICK
CHESTER; A Busy Day ' (from ' More William,' by Richmal Crompton ); 'Why Not New Pets?' by L.G.M. of the Daily Mail
Sir Joseph Burn: Life Assurance
Sir Joseph Burn is President of the Institute of Actuaries, and a Fellow of the Surveyors' Institute. He was a member of the War Savings Committee and of the Royal Commission on Decimal Coinage.
Is Anthropology Worth While ?
MR. TORDAY has studied the fascinating subject of anthropology-fascinating becauseit does so much to throw light on the dark places in our knowledge of our own kind-in the most interesting way. He has lived for years in the African Congo, observing mankind in the raw, and the results of his observations have been embodied in his ' Causeries Congolaises,' and many other valuable books.
S.B. FROM BOURNEMOUTH
(For full details see page 765)
Music by HUBERT W. DAVID
Lyrics by OSCAR SHERIDAN
Produced by OSCAR SHERIDAN
Cast includes: EDDIE MORRIS , HUBERT and LORIMER, and FLORENCE OLDHAM
SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN Local
Interpreted by SOLOMON Fourth Ballad
IN this, the last of the 'Ballads,' the feeling of listening to a romantic tale is overborne by the piece's melancholy. One might conceive it as a brooding upon the past. with a note of tenderness creeping in after the first wistful thought has been expressed. Its passionate close is extremely characteristic of Chopin.
'THE SAVOY OR-
PHEANS and THE SYLVIANS from the Savoy Hotel