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PACE TWO SlAli \Y AI>\IK \|1 SUNDAY. SII'TIMUIK ::. IT." PLAZA OMn: -UMMnwar 4.AILTY (Tht Garden) ST. I\M;S IO-1IM SIMIAV ]RD. 5.09 I'M A K ." %  I' M Ml OF IOVIV MOND4.V AMI lll^liU HI* f.M. II:SSK .1 AMIS' NM.U MNfE MII i i-m m--in %  %  i Ma %  Hoy gp-ln*Fr A Ml "'Mill* Da-Kknc Iran SS %  2 l-Nim I* RSTIiXaHMKNT* ON SA1 ML FMmtm Iml1Vui m-*.** a # *-in USEFUL ITEMS FOR THE HOME IRON BEIISTKADS —3 ft. 0 ins; 3 II. C ins: III. Sins. KITCHEN CHAINS GALVANIZED BATH PANS —18 ins: 24 ins; M Ins. GALVANIZED BUCKETS —10 ins; 14 ins. COAI, POTS —13 ins; 14 ins. BUCK POTS —3-Gallon COOKING POTS —2-f.allon; 3-Gallon PLANTATIONS LIMITED IMIilMIHl.s AMATElR BOXING ASSOCIATION %  Hi. KxrrUncu MODERN HIGH SCHOOL HUM MOKDAY, September 4th 8 p.m I atti i>l |fc< liii i I %  ; %  THRILUNC COh TUTS Bagd jfiU i>lay Bar— Ugh1 Ringside ||, Ring Circle It, 'CIS | i oi ii nous cum A VKI %  llrtttMIV* polt MOI iikiirri C'tKipl*. IIOI "Kl.l-ll ASST MANAt.lR ST PfclXR MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER EMPIRE ow STOWITW & COYTINUING FOLLOW I III' HOW II-V1A! & NIGHT SHOWS DAILY V (AAW^ is in town in DAVID O. SELZNICK'S production of ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE PARAPINE CAS£ IT'S THE BIGGEST SHOW IS TOWN .•,-+*,',', wvwv . -^--W-X^VOCV^WW-aV >4 Yield I! SEEDS BRIGGS STEELE THERE IS A REAL DIFFERENCE WITH We have a Fresh Stock of — — BEET, CUCUMBERS, CARROTS. CABBAGE, 8? nd LETTUCE, TOMATO, BUTTER BEANS 16*" per pk. GARDEN TOOLS FORKS, SHOVELS. RAKES, WATERING CANS. SHEARS AT THE CORNER STORE H IS F..V IK GOV• ('COniLMMl.i Den is am' Savage*. parents, Mr an Mrs H< attended the oftY >al "r*nin. < < th new Plaza The.itr.Bridgetown '>y young V tens, son of Hi and Mrs. Ronnie %  'lv j'lint Managing Dlftci Caribbean Thcntr* In Time For The R^ca M B. and Mm Cynl Fl* thru II Ml 1 I x'* Flctchei mother retained (Yinidad ipcndlng .1 holiday In Barbadoi They were hoping to S I Trinidad, in time for the Race. Alao lavir.g yaMerdasame plane waa Mr. Curtiaa HK. who has been holidaying %  %  1 wife and two son* remained on r a longer holiday Venezuelan Senorifas pOUR VENEZUELAN SJ aV in" d.W I A %  oados. They wen Mis# < %  crochet. MbM Raw 1 -ui*a farm Fiiiieioa They wcrr m Airport b> Hi Arthui I %  nd -I ihe I. if .,',. I'.,! nen and Ros have .au rathe* 1V Or* %  1 h. 1 %  n I ti n %  %  Vti i'.-. Wat In Canada M M BOPHII KINCH. widow oi thelata Mi C H Kirwh eturncd yesterday monutw i\ r.C.A, ater spending QcUiib Qalilnq RETURNING u Canada yesterday arai-nias r>v T K were Mi Johnson mid Mi John (fooding. All *rt Mil. P • John ic *tiut\]iiK Mrdn-iiu. Mbw M.iiiiret Mini rn weatr-end wltn Ml wife among the pa^nengers leaving by and family ;it 5^tndhur5t. St LawTCJ TWTimg rtaaQ rcnee Gap whari< will study .dancing as n • 1 Sh* will b a going to 11 urifing netuMil Jut| outside tendon, which was formerly run Bromef*. Mrs %  %  rsjl Liming 10 !:s tune Bock 10 ScViool ISS MAHdARET MU1R. daugbtar ..t Dt .nut lira A. P. Mult, alter spending two la In Barbados wuh bei partmbL left yestarday morn11 ]• by T('A fof Canada, and Atlantic f.n 1* K whan 9f iies to M'IIIX'I Scotland Studying Engineering M mtR FARMER retumi 1 10 can D) TIA to %  .. %  %  %  has been for the pa*'. 1 in is study.ni; KngineeiL. 1,. the son 01 Mi and MrC 1 far mar o* 'i ihurch. J'doa Riflr Team Returns S IX MEMBXRS of the Barbadu* Hifte u-iiTi to Blalty, returncl from EiiKland un the Golllto' yeatarday They ware Major J. fc. Orlfflth. Major A. S W.m.i, Captain C .( E. Wariui. Lt. J M cave. U C B Nebleii tad air T A. 1. Rob) Lt.-Col J Council, the Captain 0J the team and Mrs. Connrll havo stayed on for a longer period and are dua raturn ^ometime in Octobar. After Tobago Holiday A FTER a holiday in Tobago. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Level and ticir two sons Pat and Peter returned to Barbados yesterday awning by B.W.I.A. Mr. Leyel tary of the Marcannla i ml Shipping ASSIK taiion. To Study Medicine M R. TONV 1 son of Mr and Mrs Alban Johnson of "Dunkirk Gardens, left for Canada iv T.C.A, all.i Bununar holidays um. b& nmg to MeGill 1 fctud.v medicine. He told Cam, that he does not expect to be dov -, next rear for the Summer ho;, riayj tie is a mainber of tba F1M Fish Water Mo Club, and | *c,im will no dottbt miss bin •.PIT bM k line Here For Two Week. A NYONE who has bean to -J. Queen's Park Hotel In Tri. uPd will know Mr Allan Vl. for he has been wnrhlnr. thi in the office for many yc. Ysatdtgby morning h r arn. ban by BW.l.A. and eapect be In Barbados for tw u wo He is staying at HM hotel. To Join Hit Family A RRIVING yesterday mom. by B.W I A. from was Mr. Gordon Griffith 1 iover to join hu> \. and family, who arc alrt V I olidaymi; in Oratm who is with the lv bank ol C.i ..'I.. In PoH oj 8 espeets to be here i>i : Spent Honeymoon Here M R ... t M, H a id who h,iv been .-, their honeymoon bi Bai I turned t B.W.I A ii u uh., is ., 'Bajan.' is with th.r ;. Standard Oil Co, in Port < f s Thev wer-? staying at Cacrsb. Station Manager Returns M R. BILL' STUART. Statl Manager. T.C A in, rota nod fragi b vuUi :.. Canada ytaterdt log by T.C A of I.W.I.A. Left Yetterday M R. JOHN OOOD1NG Mi and Mn w T Ooodiag ol Stronwhope. St Thomas reiturncd to Canada |fg by TCA. John, who h ridiiiK s t n nea ti MeOlU rtturnfn trine. Engaged T HE i-ngaKciiu n oua c ad boCworn Ml M i ma Oatkln, younga i daughter ol Mr. and Mr*. Dudley <; | "Hi'H'.wi." Th Ltroy aittam youngosl on of ... Mn OlltetM of West bury Hoad. ii',. llir god ma labj MI Chant. CJKtao To Trinidad For The Week-end On Throe Months Holiday I EAVING B.nLiido-i yesterday %  -* mom i d Ihret i lonthi hpudaty m Iho UJL was She Irl • nad • terehant bi Montreal %  I. %  box ilaughter. who n nursing nt tna Ro3Nl i'.burgh, and she En CO who will IKon holiday i Mr. i n ] v,..,, i iii. Black Wi M" I'ETER LACY left SottTa f ll ':V mi,|mi ha B.W.I.A to spend the WOOfe-Ond da.l II, ,.,.,. s ,„ Wednesday. Jutt Finished School M iss QOaUAN BF;NJAMIN who hat |uat Bnumi %  it Badnilngton. England. BlTtVtd I'I mitr j tnd M i V n on Benjamin of "Kr 1< Hall Tei Mr KONME IIM.HIFor Combermcrc M R. RONNIE HUGHES, was one of the three passenger). [ for Barbados arriving by T.C.A. yesterday morning. At the beginning of the new school >, | me will Utha up a teaching appointment ti Camnermon School Hu last visit to Burbuiii 1947. Mr Hughta, who has been living In Toronto, obtained his B A Ian June. He arrived from Toronto vu Montreal LADY SEBL arrived fiom Engl waa met on board by 8lr Oaorge. iirriv i] i.t the Baggage Wartbou** To be Married on Saturday R EV. H. ST. C. TUDOR, son of d Mis II A Tudor of the Ivy, returned from England l into." Accornpanying bun was his iiancec. Miss Pamela Stanford, daughter of Mr. 1! t; Stanford of Richmond. Suir.y ..nd the late Mm. Stanford. Rev Tudor who left Barbado' in November 1946. obtained his Bachelor of Divinity with second class honours and also got his Tear**" n" Diploma at London l*i entity. For the r>a.t three years, he was *!'%  at St. Michael's. tow in the Diocese of Chrlmsford. County of Essex. He %  ID i a bt joining ihe staff of College as Chaplain Miss Stanford who got her B A. ii HlttOO with, second class honours and her Teacher DtpIs ma. London University, also hat .1 Diploma in Theology. She will DO taking up an appointment ns History Mistress at St. Michael's Girls School. Rev Tudor and adlai Stanford Hi l tarried at St. Michael on Saturday morning at Quito .i number of Rev. Tudor^ and friends were at tlm •iggagc Warehouse to welcome) nd yesterday by the "OolAto" and They are pictured here on their MADAM FOR YOUR KITCHEN 4..>U.mi•,.,!. AI II in in iu III ami I >< ; II.H llcil Sinks SI/ES 2* ins x 14 iiu.. Zi gag, x 16 bis.. 30 ins x U Iiu. I ;n tin ii..-ii Sinks 21 Iiu. X II Ins. gglga* Alliitliitililii Sinks COMI'l.FTI WITH DlttlMIOAKII-. Only 873.27 Each THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. Engineer At The Utine M R. JOHN BRINDI.EY. arrived from Trinidad i terday morning by B.W.I.A. ._ rrnm Derby, England, and has been living In Trinidad for almost a year He is an Engineer at the Usinc St. Madelaine He is here for two weeks, staying Bt Cacrahanh. John used to know many Barbadians when he was in England, and also has many friends here. Here for a month M R. and Mrs. Hugh Bt • rived from Trinidad on Friday by B.W.I A to spend .. month's holiday In Barbados. Tin il his second visit here and hi wife's first. He is a Governnn i Official in Trinidad. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. I> Evelyn at -Ryd.il Wai-1 Stream, Farewel. Party *R AND MRS. Pcrclval Stew %  *** art were hosts at their home "Arcanum." Uarbarecs Hill on Monday evening at a Farewel! Party, given In honour of Mi• Paulina Savarin. Mrs. Octav i Borlrand of Dominica and M' C P Blnke ol Trinidad Frustrating A BUSY man these days Is Mr Charles Mills, who Is In charge or the welfare of West Indian students In England. He waasked last week how he liked lu< lob and he replied "O I like it vei much. It is very interesting bur it has its frustrations." One major difficulty, he explained, was rinding accommodation for ftudents who were formerly deal* with by the British Council. Quit,. a number, particularly medical lind on arrival that they do nohave enough money to complete ihor course and then Charles i called in to try and to solve then problems, "it s not always oaay". *V a V but wc d<> wl >at we cat. '. %  I !'..! % %  %  To Take Up Appointment A MONO the passengers leaving 7 .., Thur! "'y by B.W.LA. foi Briush Guiana waa Mr. Colin Moore until recently an Assistant Master of Combermerc School n.* has now gone to take up an appointment as Examinations Secretary In the Education Department. Ladies 9 Undies Panties Slips "BESTFORM" BRASSIERES & GIRDLES Bras. $1.10; 1.69 sir :rj" :" 91c. 1.01 $1.62, 1.76, 1.79 1 EVANS AND WHITFIELDS 1 Dial 4606 or 4220 I I VOI R SHOE si Oil I



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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, l:.u SUNDAY ADVCX All. i\c.i niKF.i: At I li. I in.nia : A GALA MR. 2ANUCK TELLS MR. RANK OPENING .. ii. Last night was the gala opening of the new Plaza Theatr-; in Bridgetown, when the management presented a scintillating, colourful, musical extravaganza "I-ook For The Silv.-r Lining." Based on the life of the late Marilyn Miller, who. in the '20's and '30's was the darling of Broadway, and played the leads in such shows as "Sally." "Sunny," and "Aa Thousands Cheer." it takes us back to Ibe nevi r-u>-i> forgotten golden era of the Gri-at White Way. At that tun*, fabulous BroadEVALYN" no* pla> mg .1 AQU*U. way probably reached iu peak ui Club, an iimuilnf and entertaining musical ihows, and all the gla.nfilm In thi-. mnlun Cinder-Hla our and atmosphere of thai apark. story, a gambler assume* the upling period are retained in Mi* bringing of the daughter of a deal pr 2? uclil>n '"' %  '' ' -** %  '" %  *<->. to fa>l The atory commence, with in love with her Thia may Marilyn at the tender age of 14 not sound v.: or is. with pig-Uils, becomiiw but according to rep> me fifth member of her family's various episode*— from the |M'l vaudeville act However, bar rirn wl'-i.pse of the world after her chance to really show her talent* sojourn in an orphanage to her comes unexpectedly when her strong disapproval of the gambler'* father develops mumps and genway of life—are expertly and cruusly shares tliern with her precisely arranged. The dialogue mother and her two MMem, |hus is natural and keep* thlnga movpreventing their appearance in ing, and lh charatterizutiofa are the act During their abaenco well done. Marilyn geu the chance to dan. o j eHn Symmonds as Evalyn (a. witn the great Jack Donohue. attractive and charming and thereby firmly .setting her dancing Stewart Granger's Adam ihu feet on the road to fame Later in gambler, is competent, though DM England with her family, she is ^ung ,„ o m etJmes sl.gh.1; offered a part in a Broadway mechanical. show, and plays her first stellar This is the type of light comedy part opposite the man she evenm which he Bntllh cxce i and ually mirnej. Prom there on. ^ou^ be a pleasant and divertm : : her life Is one success after anPV enin' fare other at she rapidly climbs thr ladder of fame and popularity to become the toast of Broadway. Throughout the whole of this I" "THE PARADISE CASE" very theatrical nlm. practically Alfred Hitchcock has again scored all of which is taken in the one of his brilliant successes and theatre either during rehearsal or ''is faculty for creating suspense during scenes from various Ziegand dramatic tension, which has feld shows, there is a most made him one of the most outfriendly and unartiflclal atmosstanding Mm directors, are pai uephere, due probably to the devoularly evident in this mystoiy lion and loyalty of Marilyn's drama Skilful timing of movefamily 10 her and her friendship ment and pointing of lines, towith Jack Donohuc. However, gcther with his unerring; dramatic Ifafjft k no mistaking the thrill of use of lighting all contribute to the footlights, the reactions of the making this film a tense and gripaudience and all the thousand and ping production, one things that make up life in In brief, the story concern* the the theatre. I„al of Mrs Paradine. young and ,. S* wYr r plD> lhe part ol dutiful, who has been charged Marilyn Miller and her winsomewith the murder of her blind huines S and beauty, together with a band, Colonel Paradine She is pair of twinkling feet make her defended by Antony Keane a natural for this role. Charles brilliant voting lawyer, who falL Jiuggles, as her comedian father in love with his client. His defence and manager is obviously well by trying to place the blame on cast and enjoys himself tliorme dead man's valet produces a oughly. Ray Bolger plays the startling denouement and the infamous dancer and life-long fiance of Mr*. Paradine on the f'lend of Marilyn-Jack Donohue. people most closely connecte I Hu dancing | B as always, amazing with her trial, make thia an KVJSUStLXSi Eg" ttnd &UBpen fu, murdor moat eccentrkdanc*r" on tha stag* today. Alan* with all thi.. rrom the galaxy of stars taking he is a clever romedian and makes part. It Is Impossible to single on: full use of this talent as well. Will any one as being better than the Rogers. Jr flashes on the screen others. Gregory Peck gives a in one sequence, playing the pan highly sensitive and skilled per01 his father, complete with lariat. lormanec as Antony Kcane, who and the resemblance between the nearly wrecks his home and his two is unmistakable. law practise through hut love of A number of song hits of twenty Mrs. Paradine. His questioning of years ngo take another bow in this the valet during the trial, when .how—the title hit "Look For The „e succeeds In breaking down the Silver Lining 'Time On My evidence of thi witness and forces 2?" -.y gr.""" ""JT ""I "* a confession, la particularly well Kiss In The Dark and manv ef done, and never does he lot his ua will remember with pleasure„cting become either mechanical able nostalgia when these tunes „ r „„, „ r hil „ d a^,,, Todd as hia first came out. wlfe who knows that sho can The settings and photography £3 ,"" hu.biidlonly It her are delightful and even the i !" V* 1 ""'* ""* ""'"'1 nd tumes of that time, when women s shieare porformanea. As Lord styles were awkward to say the Hornclu. the Judge, Charles least, and their waistlines had Laughton is. In tum, lecherous. Gardening Hints For Amateurs The Verandah Garden Only one soap gives your skin tlii>s exciting Bouquet •I-. -he Mstogrthui. Darryl f. ZaaiKk, c*ckta>l |IJM, <.i<.r lh m -ood, who produced flaky, puti over a point to B-, Rank, at • reception givaa by Mr. Zsnuck at Clarlage lorn do* Hi" n from Holly. ain's | Artfcat > I.'NM. %  (•ail from ,K-rivi| innliltii ||hj many gardi Hi 111 .111111' .1" .IV Mtg Yet 1 home without I a garden is hardly < < -rnvlete, and for tho^e gardener* task] feel thev want PMIWlhllH and yet cannot Ucklr a baj giirden. the answer is the \ KUAN DAM GARDKN It is surplslng what interest and pleasure can be derived out of even a few pots of plants on the Verandah, and what an attractive home-like atmosphere they will •.ive to a house Pahni and Kerns l'-lins anil Perns make ideal Verandah plants, and with ihu help of a plant stand, .md a Blotastone or two. a moat aRistlc "CtHiiar" can be arranged, giving plenty of scope to the gardeners ingenuity in arrangement, and "it/i 1 minimum of labour, satis* %  ymg that urge to grow thing* thdi every garden lover has A bit of colour among the green of the films and ferns adds greatly U> tha beauty of this In-dot-r garden African Violets give a splash of 1 iclt colour, .md they are easily grown from any leaf, and do well in the locally made pottery SAUCERS". These plants should be carefully watered with a Ano p-UlHUl %  n e* betM you BW "ill hitmi .ilt Rts drc-ma. ha %  H*lhrith<. .i-hinrreBoiH|ufl Soap gad] M 1 dcurable. aaouil H ACTRESS WANTS TWINS (By MARALYN MARSH) HOLLYWOOD Sultry JamGrevr let it be known today that she ha> embarked on the "Grcer Better Baby Plan" in which she will "have pictures between baUaa," maybe as many as 12 %  Tha torrid temptress discoursed on her shift from reel-life menace to real-life mother. J.-ine has set her sights and no movie "plums'* can make her depart from It. Nowadays, it la fashionable for stars lo have babies. But In the Gloria Swanson — Pola Negri days the vampires shuddered at tha word "baby". Babies and fjag not mix, movie moguls decreed then. Hul still, Jane said, most female stars limit their little ones to At with their careen. The beautiful Grcer head shook a vehement nay and sputtered: "Not 1 Ai present I have two boyi and I Intend to keep having babies until 1 get a gal—if I have to try 12 times." The curve pitcher, whose IIS pounds have not varied an ounce with either child, and spuu*a Edward Lasker have started on the "Better Baby Plan" with Albert, two vears, and Lawrence. 10 months. An gorgeous Jnnle l>oiI It down. dropped like the stork market, are attractively designed. From start to finish, "LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING" is excellent entertainment, with .sdistic and cold-blooded. Hi unpleasant ogling of Miss Todd —his contempt for his wrife and his stinging sarcastic rebukea in the courtroom all go to make plenty of humour, amusing a character that is superbly pordialogue and good dancing. A trayed by Mr^^ mighton_,E ." ilrst-class choice for the opening Barrymora as tug oppreavad! and of Barbados' r "Adam and Evalyn" Light coinady and romance, together with a knowledjagbla handling of actors .me material b.' the director make "ADAM AND fear-ridden wife, gives, as t finished chnracterizatioii. _.. stara in this production are Valli. as Mrs paradina and. Loub, Jouid.ui as the valet Both llent. Valli has aU the poise and anurance necessary for a rolo of thia kind, as well an beauty, and her performance la realistic and intriguing. Jourdan portrays the tulien, smouldering introvert with pasalon as well aa restraint. Charles Cobuon rounds OUl thai cast and, as the friend of both families, who tries to sav* Keane's marriage, he l sincere and symonthetlc. The settints. wliith •k.me cases authentic and in other* mitheniically reproduced, an•allstic nnd well (tone, and the musical background has been skilfully used to build up •ension and drnmatic emphasis. TUF PARADINE CASE" will hold your interest throughout. and the brillinntly enacted courtmom drama make* It a film lo % % reeommorided. her babv programme consists of having two images close together, waiting a year or so. then plotting two more-then two more—and so on. One of ijer ambitions, beIB h-iving a girl, is to have twins. Just how will 'he Ugdg hict with her career? 1* Greer dews nut know, nor does she cara. She U RKO's hottest celluloid "heavy" and one of gUtterland'most .siz/hnc glamour gals, with her talents in big demand to-day Still, the babies come first. When Jane was on Mexican locs%  n-n Pi -etitly for "THE BIG STEAL" she was expecting. %  Wow. that was murder—tha hi -it unl lo will me, especially glssM 1 bad 10 be cinched In conslanlly with one of those ironclad eoneta. Every half hour I -I iii '.uiun(in l tjiisilhci." laughed the little vampire with the big sense of humor. She continued. • 1 have a trick thought—I nU>bod hard candtea all the time, and, baUaya it r not, that kept me from l>ulng akfc and I only gmned 20 pounds." Jane Hunks every actress should have babies—tile more the bettec She cited Maureen O'Sulllvan ana her brood of six as proof and added: "Babies give an actress added dimonsloii—I mean, valuable experience. They keep her from %  •If -eerilrcil ." A Miuawl from upstairs nnd J.me iMBapad I" her fe.'t As she leaped up the stairs, he tossed over her shoulder: ".>• what I >ean?" TRfeVAMBOIA POST OtilCf 8/WWK WM j V> •-C"atff^i %  TW-JI Y/ * t'UOifc PtOrLr SMUT TIKrl mnv : "" %  '•' lkl llllt '""' ho had ?> have n Goveinmentsoonwred ueoret ballot—of him. A H.M.M no secret, 1—0 In favour of a strike watering pot. hut avoid soaking the leaven aa If thia la doao they are inclined to go aoggy and rot Coleua Colcua is another easily grown plant that looks bright. Any piece grows, and to keep the plants oun'hy. nip out the two top leaves of each branch. Poailion Most plant.-, on a veranda* do well on a westerly site, for there they are sheltered from the wind, and yet get the afternoon aun. But thia is not a "must" for it will be found that some plants will do well in one poalttotn, and >me :n another. something which can only be found out by %  little knowledge and by personal exi>erience. If the Verandah n \ery expos. e-i, often .1 M-ieei 1 Lattice can he arra:ucad. or a vne Hailed on to a few laths or snips of wire -ill give protection from excea%  ive wlnda Man ..1. Baskets Hanging Wire Baaawts ol Firmer Asparagus are %  hHrmmg. and add gret.tly to the Verandah Garden. i%ch.minae, %  h 11. |ul< Pansy-liKe fiowera, nr" Hanginf Baakati Thi 1 had In Mauve. Purple, I'lnk or White, and look wrj ookwrful Ariiintines arc grown from tilth erf, and prefei a certain amount of ghade Aftei BOwVrlng uH plants require a rest Verbena l'-'.',',-, '//////. 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I'M.I ml I! st'Nn.w vnvocvrr. SI VOW. SI I'll till Atkinsons Score Centuries MS* T FfE 'i %  -i.ui rflSS learn Isreci I am tol< d<.pt ins the umihukh-lnu.li idiot 'in the matter that haa marked mom of their Bl 'ears. The Weil Indian cricket publii would be relieved la know that wunr ronsi. Ihli matter and an announcement in thai %  U" • I""* was towards building up i i !itup and would %  aw %  *.' % %  Indies cricket public. NO OPPOSITION I DO NOT think thai I against IndlM players. This has %  -mv of Wi .1 In the pram has lurnad In a record performance' .is well. The Went Indie* frU I Hiis tour a sum that must exceed EMMMO ling the*e circumstance* I ID* argument that ttwrs i no prtvodent for the granting of a bonus to Went Indian amat<->. apecious one. ItlMOI'K TRUK? I IIOPB the rumour la Board of Control are favourably coiasklarlng the quSBtton to pay Hie player* a bonus Is baaed on truth 1 d M Indlas Cricket Board of Control have not made II possible f',r me to give my readers an official assurance that this | a unturned if it turns out that the protit* of this tour arc to be calmly pocketed bv the Board and the players thamaalvea receive im nnaneinl benefit One render has written to ask my opinion aa to whether I i that Frankie Worrell is wls.in .irrepfini; the invltiitlon to tour India with the Commonwealth teem this I shall be frank about the matter as most of my stauricnest supporters would Motel DM to ba In the Aral Mac I think that it fc unwise for Worrell to accept the invitation to go to India WEEKRS TOOK TDfB OFF 1 made a Bunllat observation L AST YEAR Wt-ekes and was severely ttgatrd tor it but w have all i lived iu aaa Weekaa refuae the | invitation, not on mj but as 1 opined that hi Bo was therefore BUn ac ka n tlj %  •< r %  l u ccessful tour in India with tba Waal Indies and a record season i League to raturn to England and score up to thai | ii thnl Worrell's case is wor^ though I am not loalD| the fact that he is a married man and a young man who DJ a living, yet it would %  I to bimsslf and to W( I Indies cricket if he ow i his physical pow down. Worrell to-dn> one of ihe leading I world and undoubted)] bulwarks upon strength of the H i ling. as ng bat*men in tlio me of the I which rosls the a*— Batsmen Enjoy ideal Conditions BATSMEN enjoyed themselves in which obtained yesterday and at tht* Bay, the Atkinson £ brother* (Denis and Eric) collected centuries it the t x<• >f Pickwick. All the games are in an interesting pl Wandrrrr* 374 by West • i rouodaf Danfa Aikn on and hut brother Brie, an inlenolunlal player, enabled V. to score 374 runs in their final miings m reply to Pickwick's 114 acood day ol tha It Ural Division match ended M Dank AtkinaoD who knocked up .1) before rale 11 %  %  %  i is fours and one six while fours Their parti ership I 210 runs T Blrkett and E Hood took two wlckel wlok When stumps were dn>wi. rnt.wick hail scored 91 ru; loss of one wicket aft. i kastedj (HI aid Wood early for a duck. A. Taylor has retired for 28 and neti arc T Itirket! (..mid Kidney with :17 When play beagan yesterday Eric Atkinson and hi* brother Lk-nls lontimied the first innings for Wanderers with Eric 61 and 0 Denis 44. Eric look the first over n ,r c, % %  from King und continued to %  CON fie.lv watls paid no respect to any ol tha bovtflers and *oon *-*r>ton reached Ma century with a full *rri*a>ii Cslleae biuuded dnve to the boundary fur The score-board then SCOREBOARD Wiik<* .tp-i aok>u PatfeM .0d"*'W mat D.vir. not out \'kn.-..L b Hoad n. : mm \\ WIllRrKN %  and b Maif)U Taylor b Hirkrtt Wmdi K Mr-lit I • %  • na*M I II..1.. I.. K Will;. 4 H. Bai • c Bnm b Phillip* c Wi,i t, It,,: Up. %  e Ataint b Smith Cave lb v., b Bowan II.TP.-T c Ultima b Smilh Gtlnl c Smith b Bowen Dr.> ton I b w b Bmni ri>ldi c Glltent b Bowtn Al.*n. Mpd 'Wkpr CrifflO' b Dowrn Mlllmiton l> Philllpa Barker not oul Extra*—b I, lb. 3 mm i Mt *s. 1 for ST | 'Ol ssa. < * lot TM i. i|M IN<; O. M. K:,, II 1 llir*rll ia 0 TOTAL .. aas rail of aaaMa i few a 2 i % i for at. 4 fARTAN--and InrUna.. A Alhln* b William. > %  | Urimih c Boblnao., b Allrvne II Pit KWIC'K L Wood e .. Wo<-l r iV • H Marahall Kldoay not on; roTAi. |ln I I..!.111*. I akinnar Mklnurt' H.i out <* out C Alia n l:NMS ATKINSON V. Alklnaon • i with the score at 81 '* wicket. Kidney 37 and T P '* TW < olleuc v. Carlton 14K £ %  ;its ( ARI.TON v.. COLLEGE ,.11-a—III Inalara — l I .,11:.r 1-1 IllNlni. rol.H r. ... ..MI.I I;MI I:I raiw — tea t-aMbera.tr* M ifar a W*U.) .W C'eBihfrBt.M—I.I % %  % %  • O n KnUthl r Warner b F. Taylor is u .11 kuM li .,\ I. K )|.lU'lill rH| H.iiTiMtni.ins pot up a fine svirl,i,, !" ,V 'allinK performnncc on the College Eric Atkinson Rrouilds yesterday to make 308 Atku ti through the slip for four A lovely on drive by Denis lor one run put up the Ed*) ill I HimiMxi run out Hayer* I! llut.hiiKun HUrkinan b EdahiD i. Eilal.ill William* nol mil f run out IM: lb, 4 lb. I i HOWLING ANALYSIS y al^o not hi* cenIunil in rc to Carlton s 148 leered a IMIII from n (i ,, on thl on4 lllllK da> ot „ u natch. Tin boya ware m aiuErebsivc mood and no less than seven if their bat-men reached double 300 mark which was reached in ii KU rea, top scorers being C. W. about 93 minutes. 93. tf O. Smith 707N. Harlli-nis Oul '>2 and R. Rock 32. Sklppa T;.>lor now brought on CoDeaBB were H7 fur I wicket * Blrkett to bowl to Eric Atkinson whin the came resumed yesterday and hi.s Oral over yielded (wo runs 'lth not out batsmen C. W. Smith -, BaaVU Birkett soon ended their part** nd R RtKit [ These defied £ A. wmi nership when he had Denis At'f" 1 varted Carlton attack for some •* ^^^j^, kn ^of^ caught by Cymacho— who tinw a,,d whc " ock ,0 1 n,s . HX 1* ; %  di 1 t>. illiui.tly -at mid-otr J !" aWt^ wicket-keeper f Janw i> a 1 Erie soon follow.,) bin ... at"****? T^'TB" !"* PfStS !iSr-on \ at 1 ." a ti-mptinc to drive Inniss edged >hip had yieldert l(U 1 uns, tne niosi __^_^^^^^^^^^_^.^_^^— *%SS?&SF& ??c^^l EffijS ffittaS Um of ... V Cve .uming A GreenMr— .-. B. Oranl Ibw. b Brad-haw B E. Norvilla c rarntar b B.ao.han I Hairl. Ibw. b Taylor Mr S.inth c Lhellenham b K Taylor II O. Betkle. run out E P Toppin b Orewiier M. 8 Murrell Ibw, b E Brewiler 1 I liickln b Br-w*ler O V Elliot nol out Extraa; ToUl rail of wickets: l-B. a—B. 1—18. 41-4J. •—44. t— TS. a—ia, a aa. BOWLING ANALYSIS O, M. %  C, Mullina ... a I 4 C Bradahaw ll 4 i Taylor M i E. Brawiter II 1 Caaabern.re—tn4 lml.|. I. Hani, b Bradthaw o H. Wllkinann not oul H O Heckle, b Mullliis Mr Bmllh b Mull n. G N. B. Oranl not rut ?o Total ilor a wk1*.t brouRlit oil bit of brilliant fmnjwg Inn Skinner who follow-l .id. r aeoriniiTinfeCOl 'bed batted soundly fur 57. His waa l Ml when C. W. Smith got Ida foot caulioua inninRs but he punished IKVNK WOKREI.I. S9LviSVS' J t^vnt-i yys^ K a,^ mark with a bn.ee. Birkett wh-i ivlm-h iinluded Grant, by scoring 47, 34. and 27 W.I. NKKI) KKY MKN I V Ihe West Indie* are to gain further lutirels in the Imperial cricket arena ui even .1 (bey am iu in.iit.Liln the high rattakj whieh they huve so r.thlj i : mi. than it I-; ((cntia) that the key men are avalUbl the next five y< iti at liart until can be found ti> recanra trie torch from then%  %  W..i all ... tbg %  .. %  twain months has been I rocoi Hi-ined. He played in the l.;iin;i>)i!i.' I...,; i. l.,-i lunuaMI ;md scored over sixteen hundred runs, and aaM turned in a useful performance with the bull SCOKKD FIVK THOUSANDS H E left durini Ihe winter foi a tow ol India and their acond U0I inns and aura tot h %  I . Hi relumad i" play for Ihe Watt Indies this luDimei and I up ti i pn aanl 1,653 run-. MI<\ ban batan in 44a overa This i playbig cricket without im ap:n a year .mil \'. he BOM to India now this winter, he has already algned U> plffd Basin for Ra Dext season in the Uutcaahlne LA I DO NOT AGKKK I N th< i I do not feel that u lour to India this winter would Uthe tiling for Worrell. Kven if it does nol affect him at seriouslv phj ok it im^hi. and I am no medical uuthorIty, > %  i feel ni a U at u should anc our aee %  rteu-ncss that would detract from his esceUenl nil round abUrtr tn^r .s now areeptod oaen in the most axacting world cricket clrcam Of couraa on the other hai t well nave %  plan m rokad la which thu rortlwornlni tou will MUIUK nt. I da not know tins bid 1 consider that .1 I am risked by BOfM of the spoiling public lor my opinion then I must give B true one In the Unlit of such data Hint I may have at m> disposal. Kl ( iH.lis BY V\l.i;NTINK Avn KAMAD1I1N W DIANci n kel fan this week wen proud of Abie Valentine Jani.in i i >in bowlar who set n now record for West Indian tourini teams in England when he took his 115th w.ckct of tlio tour in the Kent fixture. The previous hhcheal Individual Bumbat of wickets taken on a West Indies lour lo England WH taken by Lenrie Constnntine in 1928 Leane took 107 at a cost of 22.95 runs each. Valentine to far hai taken 115 at a cost of 17.05 mns each. Biitlheie is anotin %  h.evemcnl and SonniHaniadhin, Trinidad's dapper slow right arm spin bowler who had taken EOS wnkcts be.orc the lUture against the South of Enuland. opened ."esterday claims thi?. Ramadhin took 7 for 67 yesterday und this brings m* total to 111 and he too has broken Constantino's record. With two other first class fixtures to no and another innings remaining in ihe South of England game these young bowler* can still go a mark high,, than this and one that will take some beating in the years to cotna now iwlintf a ESTLSS even foun M HaiTlBOn mg the respectively, shared largely 1B th* i„,M,i MJ^Z^L, JKSfL if%  %  mi "> I" •' %  "' "Hit the batanwn building up of Empire's good score W rlf-hS ttaut!* i!S2 aontlnulni to attack the bowling of 228 The three batsmen gave ,V -vfiile T^ Wh C tryin 9> !" 1 were added before they good displays but Millingtons was %  %  '"" ( „ „, ., separated. Smith who waa tba the most ager. a^ I -ri^rU^,^ 01 ^' IT m %  l!, nB ^ Bowling rot Spartan. K Bowcn ull Tu,,Z Ck ,, i i \ ," la del.M,^ rroro Q EdghlU when with his leg break, ttvo the day's ting against Hnkett ...id .., U.n, I, ,„ mistimed and WB8 DOW led. Hh I.-., i„.wlii„. %  ..-, i II. both he and E*acki -ik Ti of Empire's •viekels for 6tt in in IK :. overs, one of which H .i maiden. am ii 70 Included alx fours. M .-till iogeib.-i and the score .u M, ivrrs was the next man in. iuns f... ..x rtickel.-. |.-, .. | ,hen and pavies . i,,. bia wicket to K. Hutelum-jn. Alter lunch Hoad continued lo Hudson was now juined by C. Williums Out iKiI from the pavilion end to Blackmail und i... a I..I-.H1 the Carrying on from their overifciviek who pushed him lo miduir along tn L'87 when rklhlll week score of 67 for 2. Empire lost single. Packers stay andRO t his second wleket bwanhu .nolher uuick wicket with only 2 hen in hitting oul be W$ n foi IS This howler got runs added to the score. "Fonic" %  d atumped ol the end of Koad~*a another uuick Ant Over after lunch. K. Atkinbowled H Sun aon next man In niter Boorlnf a In after he had .single was bowled by Hoad after rtaon lost bkl maklni a forcing Btroke, T. fierce he tii-- out withthe fourth wicket fell. threw in to G. Wood who never oui adding i" the score hut J. wil%  -,_— „,L,„ hesitated n. lining the b.il win Harm Bl iK King tOOk thO scon It was th. wieket of lla,|xr win. Pierce was making a b,K efim t ttfeb peal he three hundred * ffE&L A *** ** !" %*2 .I,' ^U^irunVb'efJ-^4 f k. I ^-J^J-^lg 4-J.Jg ., ffT l M e Ta3o1 MS li.-.ifu, bOWktor the with only U runs scored off him. l Q Wood i X\xv SmvSot " liml cwne ln ""? Wilh C T" K i.,v. \raV.h"ii rrJ^*^ !" who lonk 3 wick. I Mtn wicket stand was made. >a K. Hutchlmon took 2 lot S7 while >"-KHng M runs. Empire at 124 ,V~ K. Warren and K A. Greenidgc lor 4, were tlien 3 runs behind ,'", took I each for 34 and 15 reapecbi-aitan's lust innings score. Norman Marshall from the pHVlllon and and Eric Atkinson— the faster of the IMO— from screen end. Taylor took the first ball from Marshall and watched it go through to skipper Skinner. 'he second he pushed l ?ri, m,.TL P o' y l( runs got his leg before on C of Bowen's of their Xi" fitoSkfSS* e b,eak and was BdjudiP d lbw hclr't "^linings *"* * ? he br ^ h und lively. 1 lupin' \. Spartan Spjrla.ii l'^7 and (for 2 wkls.) Empire fimpir 11 their tlr.t iiinlne^ *-"J"*" "" !" JJ> .., _...ed 127 runs and bowled out nc L ,0 was sent back Lb. e to 33 Empire tor 228 Spartan went Bowen before he had scored, hen Taylor retired with 28. T. back ami were at close of play 17 The score board remained unFtirkett came and he BOOn settled (or 2 wickets. changed at 124 for 6. down with Kidney and at the The wicket was again true and Grant and Fields came together eaosia of play both of them were quite a few batsmen took advanand this pair passed the Spartan's Ilnrt innings score of 127. They added IB taking the score to 143. Grant was the next man to go and with the total score at 143. He contributed 20 which was made up of one four and 22 singles. Grant had pulled Bowcn to be caught on the pull boundarv by Smith. S. Aileyne went to the wicket at number 9. He found Fields already in double ilgures and settled. At 3. Aileyne was enticed by Bowen to come down and drive a well flighted leg break. He was beaten and wicket keeper Griffith made no mistake in stumping. This meant the fall of B wickets for 149 runs. At Lunch Left-hander E. Millinglon partnered Fields and at lunch this pair had taken the score to 182 for 8. Fields was 31 and MillingIon 15. The ball with which the match was begun was burst when 177 runs were on the tins and another old ball was brought Into play. Mifllngton and Fields resumed after lunch and within 35 minutes they carried the score to 20o' Thp rate of scoring was increased, the 200 having gone up in 211 minutes. The two tmtcmen wenth-n 30 and 3fl respectively After the 200 went up. Skipper Walcott took the new ball and brought back his pacers Phillips ;r>,1 Smith. Millin^ton rnOQMd OUa at mklwieket from Smith at S3, but nobody went for the catch. The next over, he was yorked by Phillips for 34. The scoreboard road 208 for 9. The Mlllington-Flelds partnershin had addi-d 50 to the seore. Barker, last man in opened his account by knocking Smith out of the grounds for 4. Bowen was brought back from the Bank Hall end and the fifth ball of his second over of that spell, saw Fields going back to the pavilion for a well played 47. Fields was caught at cover by Gtttens. Fields was twice missed off Harris by Griffith behind who failed to stump. Empire wero On Pace 16 THE Trinidad Two-year-old season was opened on S.v.urdav 1*.. fore last with the running ol tha -Nursery Slakes Division "A" at I his year 1 notice the Arima Race Club authorities have divided the two-year-olds into two divisions made up of fillies on Ihe one hand, and colts and geldings on the other.. Of course there were ions previously but the method of separation I believe was rather dubious, it being leit mainly to lurk and chance The present method does not give as equal I i prefer the n %  • 1 :,mes returned. On the lirsl da aid. the track might have been sllghtlj 1 h I ui 1.12. Yesterday Rock DI I a in I u;t by atghl length) 1 cUi M but 111 the press reports six 10 have passed Ihe highly rOO Cottage as if she was Handing n twi 1 lOI f Maincd to bo run. After this she weni 00 to aria aai Zcagle. as those familiar with racing will guess, is by Zollas out %  I Gleneagle and therefore bred on one of the most popular lines in Trinidad. I sliould think the most popular one would be a horse by Ks Taffarc out of Gleneagle. Ml ZoUaS was something of an rdo] in Ilia da reedlni .should bo much sought nrl crop of two-year-olds and therfoic i.c has now made a rwaonniy good start. It Is left to be seen what M b aOQuant events bring forth. Meanwhile Rock Diamond's sire Rockphoon also has two-yearolds sired by him running for the lirat (line thi: season and comparing him with the above it would atom that he has made an even better heginning. In fact on this initial performance one might even regaru Rock Diamond as the chief threat to Best Wishes among the two-yearolds In the South Caribbean, although we might wait and see what the rest of the Arima meeting produces. But there is no denying thai ibis colt won his first race in the most impressive manner. 1 also notice that the BCCond hone In the Nursery Stokes yesterday was by another sir* who makes his debut to West Indian racing thi: season. This is the cxeola stallmn Pippin and In the Nursery he Wai well represented by Gold Pin. who Is out of Cuvee. a mare who has already' had some success at stud by throwing the game and dapper IIUliFurioso. It is to be hoped, however, that Gold Pin, will unlike Furloso not develop into a roarer, u condition which almost ruined Ihe latter from the t Bl • h# Incidentally 101 the 081 old u • were trained it Aruna and In B e for us to draw mi 1: tween the two Iota ba reel eye arltnei aocounta 01 by the presence of Gallant Hawk nt i>oth meeting Before volcin plnl in however 1 think we should wait until we have wen UO again Yesterday ina To make ..rse he win then struck on UM D> >. 1 Wekoy. Consequently 1 was nut lurprlatd when I heard thu' he packed up after thui Tin: niiRRY TRIAL The classic Derby Trial Stake* produced a keen contest I I two horses who have been' promising all along from the time the> were two-year-olds The winnei was eventually Top Flight, a game httle tilly by FUHsam out of the Rood mare Meads, but it was nol until she had fought every nub ot the last two furlongs with the Jamaican Bib* Sung Glee that she earned the upper hand. In fact Sung Glee led from ihe start and I was rather surprised to hear her holding on so well al the finish. Previously she seemed to huve nil the speed U} aai oul i" fmnt m B six lurlong race but she never looked as if she could any on for much further. HOWavai OTJ this occasion she fought well over 7 Hi furlongs. For Top Flight this victory lepreteat-s a reward in the career of a great trier although much of her trying has been done off the track in an effort to regain lilness. Indeed we have not seen Top Flight racing since last Christmas and although 1 cannot say what the t.ouhle was it must have lieen serious for her to miss both the Inion Park and June meetings the latter with the rich Trial Stakes. or Top FliKir.s chanoaa In thai Trinidad Derby, 1 am still not eidhusiastlc, although in the abaanca ol Levy Bone* and Wavecrest. aba has defeated the best in Trinidad. Hut the absence of Lazy Bone< Mid Wavecrest Is precisely what makes nil the difference. If either ol them turn up hi l"i the Dnal .lassie I .animi aaa Top Flight anywhere in the picture, ii even they do not turn up she may still have to icekon with any or all of the following: Watercress, Mary Ann. Bow Bells, Cross Bow ond Bowmnnion. One thins the Derby Trial Stakes has again made evident is i...,t rail Profll is nol anything as good ..•h> rted to be and. a.I thought at the tune, wai B lucky %  stakes last Christmas, n is now co n cede d thai he 1 n. rnora t .an a sood plotldrr which is cxaclU Inns InI 11 I he iwuyenr-old cl. his 1 ivals had cen 1 Fume bv untune: othei 1 ibltlty to stay in lUCh thick mud and %  till others by both. Hut this, of course, does not rule Fair Profit cut of the picture for the Trinidad Derby. Not by any means. Not il one knows one's Trinidad Christmas wcathri A PEARL OF PUBEST RAY 1 gBQ -01 iv d 1 have left pethaps the most OUtSt Aiima s. late b. .. %  %  I ..M.vAim. the order of the races in yesterday's programme. But theie is DO doubt Hint by winning the Cipriani Memorial on the rust day and then repeating her success yesterday >n the Fernandas Trophy. Ocean ibed her name on the scroll of the South Caribbean's neat Creoles. After seeing her race at the recent June meeting I was still 0OJ vinced that she could riot g.-t a mile comfortably and that over such .1,1. %  %  .• %  !.. %  . .1% %  ti..i % % % %  hkc Hill.' Streak But it Is quite possible that I was wrong, for although she has not won 111 A elm ovei the >vt lanes yet she won very convincingly from Blue Streak over furlongs, and she was not stopping at the finish. If anything she I'IU-IU-II with something to Sparc. Whirh nil goes to show that Creoles out here are never at their best until they are filly four and <|inle a number of them not until 1 1 wins, I HOW expect to see Ocean Pearl well up in the belting when the next field for the Govtmor's Cup assembles on the Queen's Park Savann.ih. FURIOSO PASSES ON Only a few lines after I had srrlttsn about Furios,) being related IJ Gold Pin tha tragic news came over the radio about his death. Gallant and courafioous to the end the little fellow dropped dead lifter a hard tight which ended in a narrow victory for him in the Castillo Memorial Stakes. Your dog is a tame wild dog THAT 000 of your* does iui bs'a Inlrl gauatiBj He's oka, kind, gemk\ well-bcluvcd dog—moil of ihe time But has it ever struck vou that his ancestors weren't like II.JI at all ? The dogs of King ago, from whom he hai gradually ha am wild animak. This meani iliat life under a e.ol hasdisadvanr-gcianddiilnaliie-. tut him. In In* ruiunl MIU naic lie'd be linnungi killing and eatl animah. hWd be SSrJn| ilic herb* 10 wln.h hit imtincts led him He'd be running and roaming for railei wherever laaSTfSedi whenever be warned. Now he Urea with you. He grti %  %  .., l.l dBM %  ",/;. I M ui 1 escrow, bm only arbm you've mm!,. give it him. Soneasedi two addluow \^ to bit fmxl II viiamim which hn dominated die: may lack. And—be.ause he seldom Ccts ciuiie enough esercisc, especially in bad weather—he needs the mineral substances whieh help t" provide a rich pure blood supply. Bob Martin'* Condition Tablet* one .. day) supply boih these aseaa in precisely bslaneed proponions. Hv helping to renew the led blood nils and by supplementing his ordinary diet, they do much to prevent iu.h eommon disorders a lonstani icrai.hing, h>tlcs\ncvi, lot. of appetite and consiipaiion. They help to Bjvc him heslihy bones and teeth and a line lustrous coat. They help ti* keep li.ivi a licalihy, high•rtriie.l, B.|-iempcrol do((. It iu wjin further laaof* abow dMotreol dogi led (Advisorv Dcpan St'uthport, Hogland. rip BOB MARTSN'S for doR^v good health — idvi Ihe Flint StmTHt Ani thai goes foe life too! The man who 1. il1-


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SUNDAY. SF.rTKMRER X 1*W SUNDAY AIIVIKUl PACK FIVK Ramadhin Takes 7 South England Wkts. | Team Dismissed For 194; M.C.C. Will W.I. Off To Good Start Need That Masseur ItII I I Ml \ III M II \ SOUTH OF ENGLAND — — 194 WEST INDIES (for 1 wkt.) — 5V MAST!.v<; THE CH1CKKT reaVWAL prod I i lag cricket while the South oi Ragland wen* being dismissed for 194 and the V before stumps were drawn, with 53 for one wick* t. The SouUi would rmv* been HI %  bod way but fur the polishe-l %  ; i opening batsman, who rut and int i<< i %  %  hlle esmpiling H 1 In, the West inbswatr, had anoflta ellent more rr.ti.nnt than usual, and bit only four fours In his stay, bui lie always played well once ho hid overcome the difficulties of Hamad bin's spinners. By contrast John Langridgo batted over two hours for 38. Goddard had started the collapse by bowling Dodds, and Ramadhin -...shed off the Innings by taking the last four wickets The Weal Indies bad Just under nn hour's balling and after ln %  SONM R \>1 MIIIIN grtdkja ..tut raised the 1UU when M innings had lasted just over two hours In the same over however Ramadhin tricked Langndgv .:t.i -liaperi for a cut, changed his d was caught at the wicket. Dodds continued to hit to leg and cut -ktlfully while his MW partner Cox had to wait for scoring .nance*. Eventsslly he cut and drove Valentine for two fours and then Dorjtfl Mfitt that bowler to the ring to reach M after BO minutes. Goddard at once replaced Valentin.nut this brought IT tier fortune lo ihc Hei' Uoskta Owl With the total al 148 Dodds tried :i pull, and *a bowled for 55 His stay of I in minutes Included four I'l but it was masterly innings In the same over from Goddard. Cos: was smartly stumped. Doggart playing lck to Ramadhin was bowled and Jarnes Langrldge was inothet victim of Walcott when he was taken at the wteke: off Qadilai I Four wickets had thus fallen while 24 runs were added and the score showed 170 for 6 when, instead of the usual tea interval, refreshments were taken on the Held. The lemaining South of togland wickets soon rumbled after g short break Slephenson did hit Valentine ib the boundary tiirep times during the last BBS I (and of 19 hut the tall otherwise offered little opposition The West Indies began badly losing Stollmeyer at 15 although ha did not appear \o relish the decision of being caught behind %  tic wirki'' Marshall tfutn joined Rag ipd proceeded lo drive Surrldge tor en* glorious (our The partnership playing confidently for yie lust 45 minutes of the day's piay added 44 without being serwiratcd, and 'be West Indies finished up 135 behind with nine wickets In hand. Scores:— s„„!h l"(h" — 111 Inn.,.,. John Ijuaflda., Walt-tilt b RamaUhln M K Davm l> l(-r, ,..1hm SS T. C Dodda b Goddard . U i Wakvtt b Oocldard ID (i II. C. Doipil b Ramadhin 1 M. F Trpnil-it b Ramadhin B. L. Sttinci it, n *NK Rosntooi %  i ras i S> e-n a ;. .s bkeiy .o have ai laaat one addition — a Hi* % a. p, posal ha* mnend-O to the M.C C l tars*] of arlangtnmits It has powerful d <.! members In %  %  %  -tick*, like knot i. La i Hut%  Irevor BaUej %  I the tourliablg to heavy ties rl i from the start of Ihe tour. T An artfjl whom I tcurtfl Sooth Africa last winter %  i iw essential was n prlnir in t!ie very flr-t r thali tour. W ; I IndWi il suffering from i acre. Bill Johnston Injured in a ni'.lor smash. Ian Johnaon having ankle trouble, and Arthur Morris suffering from a stomach ailment, they had eonslant need lor attention Itushcil Onf 11 .Hon for the South AjMoan aiithnrltles to bear the txtra i verhaad ended in a skilled Charlie O'ltrien. and an eslr.i plaver Ke'lh Miller, hetng Mi"hed out. l>eeiive as was their superiority. log Australians could scarcely have got through without an extra (lot-class eric-keler Iniuries *re likely to strike at tiur side's weakest spot—pare, t-owllng. Apart from his injuries. Bailey !i til physiiiuc for a fast bowler facing continuous toll under fatiguing Australian condllions. Result is that Alee Bedser is likely to get more work than is good for even this imgnincently buill giant's fi-um A full-lline mnwur is essential But more essential still is a tOUgh pace bowler like I.eslit" Jackson, who developed his %  lamina down Derbyshire coal bits. He should get one of tin* remaining places—six now that Washbrook Is out. And whv only sixI know all the jirguments against u big oartv —the expense, shipping berth shortages, too many non-playing touftata lo the dresalng-room I %  ii.-tni' trouble Bui I sny three or four promisi'ii: vi'iing randidales should b.added to Ihls middle-aged side Thai would mean three or four thousand less profit Rut what a useful overdraft—to be repaid. Inter, with Interest.—L.E S JamrLansrUM* t Wolcvit b Goddard 1 II W SI*phn.Min b Banwdhln IS ^^ I %  rn.l(i. b Ramadhin 0 It W CUrkr not oul 3 Rauaa Sib S ToUl IM I.ING ANALYSIS Ramadhin U 3 11 *1 Goddard n % < %  •A..I I. I., — III I..,, < %  KtnUmtjrr C Wkpr. SlrphrtiMtn SEPT. 3 NO. 135 The Topic of Last Week When Bui JJ. iir i... I,nu uld n. tn. ., i %  MAJOR A 8 WARREN and : -.v-araan BirhsdoRifir |*i "Oolflto" yo.fcid.i.v (See Corib). • %  nib.is of the ..KIIII-I on th.i Barbados Marksmen Did Well At Bisley THE MK.MBKKS t.f the West Inrin s sh....in .. :.,. m die very well on their first appearance at Bisli-y. !.i .) \T Cave, a member ot the Barbados contingent, told tli< Advocate shortly after hik arrival uu the "Hitiltilo" from England yesterday. Thomas Tops Uillriiieii Total tlor I wirk*n g >I, namj'11'iii He said that lhe> had" leresling time, ami although eontii1 lions were very strange to them, nevertheless, the experience gained would be of greet value nthWr shooting. The fart that the Barbado •frtif Intent did wall could I-, seen from the prize list, they having obtained 27 priaeg. Re himself was fortunate in obtaining 10. Col Council got 7, Capt. Warner B, I.t Neblelt ami Mr Roberts 2 eaeh and Major Grimth 1. He said tli.it the Ktaiuiard of shooting was far from low and of the 1,300 competitors. first class marksmen from all over the Commonwealth, four members of the Barbados team got int.. lh %  i.n'ii ararr-gate. Did Well Of the West lndu-s Units, British Gulune, Jamaica, and Trinidad got to England before the Barbados contingent and had about a week or ten days practice before them, and It was not until the end that they felt that they had done well ron-iderlng they had n<> previous '•xperlence there. Mis hopes of Ihe future are thai thev should send another team to Bisley as the experience sained by the present team rould be passed etter l,i Cave said that it was the first time that thev had ever shot at the AM or 1.000 yards and as soon as they % % % %  Id get a long 'ne somewhere in the West Indisa, thev would be able to do HI. %  h better He sold that mo*t of the team saw the rurih Te> M'-h and tmned with other fellow West In d'ans In the cheering UH M l THOMAS roada the lughasl score at lbs Oovaani it'iit Hide Itange yestengi' a' i i a MM of the Barbados Hifle Asstsiatloii lit U3 i>ut of .i hiKln-st poesi%  e of ISO. The an ran othei i.tt .i.iieis ;..•; Ten rounds were nred at eact of the three ranges:— 300. 500 and 6(Ki yards. Condition* on the Whola were good. The wuul ,ilttsMgh stiong, was constant, but the light at 600 yardwas some whs' Indifferent. The next shoot will take place at 1 p.m. on Saturday. 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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 195H JONATHAN SWIFT One of the greatest Satirists in the English Ixinguagu Do You Want To Live Happily Ever After? Buy A Virgin Island The Labour Movement In Canada B] IUOI ITCi Ml IK Jbiuuhon MH I1M;-I:.5I who JIM 200 >rar ago. %  today nehnowlrdird to be oar of Uic srr*tfl uUriaU In \h. I ngllah lansuaiiIlia hr*I known work* arc prob%  Mj Th* Talr ol a Tub wi.il-n In ll$4: "Journal |g MaMa" — Irllrrs writlen !>• I rt-n KH ITIll %  •" (iulllvrr'a Travel*", a *atir' ha* bren rrad a* a tsarina Unc tale of adventure b generations of children S*JM S. < I M II I I o%\l A Sir W watrhed her u hood. Their i %  i impu n loiuh I p when Swift Canada I* now one of the grt-at Mailing MMMM of 'he world. Rag raw materials ami her manu(jiiuied goods arc sent to market* in every continent, and find cusOne of the leva known Islands British tettltim-nt Ii has sheep tomers in such distant places as 11 the Leeward group la Barbuda, Peter Island le owned by the India and Australia, South Afnw two thlrdi of the sire of Antigua Honourable Brundenell-Bruce, and Braall. Though in populatioi d i>c h.i imd situated some twenty five who grows tobacco You can UU Canada ranks 24th among Uii relon into womanmllo to the north of it. As it buy an island cheap in the Virglna, nations, in.the toUl VOIUBDJ of hei was a 'trang.' i, accessible only by sloop and u bul,d y ur n**"**. cultivate your world trade she ranked 3rd amonv During the three 5urrounded by re4fs Mid very land and live happily ever after the great powers in 1M7 (tiffleult to approach, it la lew if you can do without many of %  isited than It deUst %  aSsMBlai Of gMMMOoaV knuun to mm pnvall Ij aj BttUl tatd boooaajt his pupil when she was a g>rl of eight and ho was twenty-one. She had grown up under his care and admonition in the household <>t No One Has A Private Life Here rt> J P. W MAIL A LIU Ml' j H0k| enough to the OKI perfection of Esther. uf Joseph or of Kuth. and, of Idfk iMedHIW. Silyjkrin hini I-.'. D M. Dowiey* flr..t I II \Klt.i i Peter Davits, * 8d If. good enough to invite comparison with the best and it is i ly in that comparison that it-law* appear. %  Charley" is simple-minded poliucl .nur In Londo,, he h.o ,„,„.„„, vlitUM .h.n %  * %  •- c,vuu.u„n. ,„, y-— £** ffSSJK |* SST^.TiZ,'^^ •he long series of verves. It I, nol f a r. however, to the have occurred without a high t-tnee he likes to wander, honvintimate and gossipy letters that Ame. lean Viigm Island* of St. degree of industrialization and : ; no other tiian a geographical are now famous as The Journal it la not beautiful, being flat and Thomas and St Croix though without the skill and enterprise ol maanlng to him He remember. Jonathan Swift has been des* SteUa. It wa* at hia Invitation l0 vcred with scrub, but it is iuiw lth oUrrmcy restnetiona one the workers in the factories and nothing of hia uSiildhood cnued M the great enigma -.! that she had come V* live In Dubiounded with a great beauty of fwlf „ ^^^ p^ C roia the on the farms who make this pro-links English who lln. and she had brought with her a and sky and is a paradise for mind at lne l( ammg ll8hls of duction possible. The story of U n woman as her lompanuhennen. Besides the Osh there char | (> „,. Amelie. rather like Canada s growth in world marketmaq whom ha l.aiioumt wall in. 'on. Many people have believed ., rv the bird*, including many cmiMoees gazing at th t Promised I* a the story of the growth and I^nctrate that Swift and Stella were margrants. To see a flurry of redij, n d. An enterprising Tortoian. organization of the Canadian tl ._, ^ Into the dark recesses of hi* tnmd ned; but U>e two did not live j.gjed aUlU or a flock of whr.o howcv ,.,. h as outlmiirticaUy startworking class. This, in_ turn The mjaUn "i hhl 0inpaaJI peri>nder the ame roof, although ^rcts rising from the lagoon in ^ i seap'ane Taxi-service to St. Ul %  -nice hi* she often preeidexi at hit dinner g, e evening light and circling Thomas, death two hu-adrel years a< table There u no evidence of lruna before coming in to roost. Lotion ae t 27 Simple .. oiography of him their ever once having been alone has dep. -over, so far as we know his eharaciel HI Fa the i n m contemporary re< orda. either youiiH woman now known to the h-r companion or someone else world as "Stella" is one of the was pieaent each time they met most intriguing problem* that has What is the secret of their the private relationship" The reason usual life .-f a man of genius: wile | y gwrn , it,,,! Swift had for te in %  nisn y yean, suffered from bout* M, but the key to 1: melancholia; and fearing the the truth ha* never been found. (OM ol u, euon he> was deterlory thai would unlock the m t nPn he would never transmit 1 idHen motive* of many <y our knowledge that another .voman. whom he called V. stilts on the still water* of the lagoon and the egrets in the i verhanglng branches of the mangroves Is a beautiful sight Karbuda used to be full of game. especially deer, stocked there by i0 tals, roads, the CoCrlngton family, but dur,,. W ie road ing tho war the American t ONE ROAD i movement in Canada. For Canada, like othet democratic ,„„,. h U d.v,lop-d a ..ron, \Z"7'iir" r T," :h na -niifc I.,I,I The American Virgins are far advance of the British Luxury fine shops. There h Virgins, %  thing is it that th labour movement, which grown as her industry has grown. and which is an Important factor ;n the life of her peopie. who nieel him think 'hat at some age he must haw l-fcii dropped on his hoed. Men lcau*e he is always I help. i< hone [ about money, and does not compete for their girls The wgmen lifcr lun.: he makes thasn teil protectivf Silvikrin Lotion WITH OIL brings a triple benefit to dry hair. It replaces the natural o>U which arc lacking: it acts a* a dressing as well as a health-giving lolion: it contains Pure Silvikrin. the hair's natural food. A few minutes dairy massage with Silvikrin Lolion WITH OIL will bring new life, health and vitality to your hair, and will keep it perfectly groomed throughout the day. Horn ml chemitts, hairdresiers and stores. ion STUD FARM from the airbase in Antigua killchief village is called after it. cd most of them off. Road Town. Govemnieiu House, till recently was furnished mostly with packing cases and the ComI nusaioneilived In a small hired %  house on the beach! It is not sur'. In the bad old days, the Coilprising that there are nngton family also used Barbuda died In an agony of jealousy and for A less laudable purpose than despair after bcinit hia friend for the preservation of game The) many years. Whatever restraints set up a stud farm for Mftv he may have applied to himself, slaves. The most scientific prtnhis emotional life must have been uples knuwn at the lime In the a dark and turbulent one matter of diet, exercise, and fcrth, were applied to the mak* There were tumults and tri: aves who were hired out ti umph* for him also in his public jigve-owners all over the islani life. He wrote pampnleU on be, r improve the stock. These men half of the lilah people, and the were pampered and kept in con )ui Dublin crowds cheered him when fort „, d „ rtcl training combine L wa he drovc "TOUS*" lne streets, and u-t j lkP thelr cgiuh contempoi a lOUmaliNt Of immense power: Ul bonfires and rang bells in his i, rMf the prlzc-llghters or lll.e „ „ _. a .ingle pamphlet from his P crys^ honour. For twenty years he ne g UmB or ; of anctcn t Rome. "I"""" 1 ? "" 'h*e uilands tal-h^rd pen could ^ London in was their popular hero. Hi. help* 'JL^^JU^T^ Ji**? SSl an uproar: and he WHS an hlstoing hand went mil generously to Aa little known as Barbuda are *e*. "t* vegetables and the longnan as well n i writer of everyone to young authors, to the British Virgin islands with evlty^of us Inhabiuinta. 1 trenchant verse Through many beggars on the street (for whom their enchanting names. Tortol There are about workers in all Canadian union: today. u> comparison with manj European countries, this is not i very large number Of Canada': 13 million pcopl This will-meaning slmpletoi 'irops into a world whi-h it as new to him as it is to me—a Ixmdon i hack-street community. Silvikrin LOTION WITH Oil The ilrst thing to about Swift, dunnic the years of his maturity, is that ba cepted n; liti-iay circles in London as the greatest prose writer cf his own time. He was aware of this prc-ciincncc. and took t WU often like ashes in his mouth for his life appeared lo him *s a long series Of disappoint mi nt> Even hU hope of hceomtni: a l.i^hop in the Church ha (""iltabl was never satisfied, for he dk holding the lesser office of dean. anders who would like to exchange the Union Jack for the Stais and Stripes. Whether civilization would do hem much good or whether it tfould spoil their characters la n arguable point, but they cannot be blamed for wanting it when they ace it nourishing so conspicuously only ten miles away across the sound. LONG LIFE In that community are ai lunmlng Italian eaia DnsjanVui i. i hit 1'otiphar-like wife; then aughter, exciting and listb ..s b> ibout 5V4 niilturns depending on whether or no; gainfully employed; that she thinks she i* ttolng U. have %  _. they uie working nt some baby a solemn kindly grocer. occupation cither for themselves, with his steely, but ageing mother for an employer, or on a farm. If. and his open-hearted child: an Loin this total number of worker Irish potman, with a flair for an subtracted the professiona words and for asking you to repay .md business men, the farmers, loans he had himself borrowed ,nd Others who would not normalfrom you iv join a trade union, it leave Among many others is a halfaboul t% million who might b. cajte West Indian who is called INDIGESTION Relieveo By ONE DOSE possible members of trade union* El i| only finmillion are actually i Thus it can be gaui iii.it Canadian trade unions have only organized about one-third • the 'irnamzed worker there are tw • ho are not. Hut the fact that so many workers are nut organized dues no. mean that they are totally unprotected Trade union wages extend to many workers who are no; members and there is a great dea. f labour legislation* in Canad. e. but call* hlmaall Ulack Eagle. : ml who makes a living by scllW red and blue ink mixed with watc. ;. iho Wa-ga-Kae elixir. This was passed to him by the %  ill kee iggag ehMi orkers. and that for everv Irinko Indians and passed te you. — your subluminary passUd good healthy that if there la not ... of his writings runs a vein of Us heart would melt in tenderfallen Jerusalem. Anegada, Vl. 'Cason to live there there is vr* £" !!!ed or r^fnr^ .nstallre Che t. iem excuse to die there, and peo'" rich and brilliant that r.ess). and to many a poor laboura | Oorda. Dead Man's he is Acknowledged to be one of c, ftn d small tradoanan His joat Van Dyke, Sombrero, aid the greatest satirist* in the F.nc; .tiger was quickly roused at the many more. What can one say lb* toi ught of injustice to those who about them* There Is a proverb BeoauM Swift wan educated in \.erc too weak to fight for them-Happy the land that has no hlIreland and spent the last thirty selves, and mingled with it was tory." Now that the Vlr years of his life as the Dean pu contempt of the greed and t F i an ds are beginnlna to have of K, Pagrtelri m IXibiin. it is ^elf-seeking of mankiml. This R utory In the shape of %  %  • % %  %  !""> -*%  %  ; angei and this contempt bum in ronsUhjtlM pie take a long while to do so It iea near the half French, half Dutch Island of Si. Martin. Ids satires, the greatest of a> i ,uiii i .%  s Trmvela an i Uta of human stupidity md Swift imagine that erations of children were to read 'it merely as a delightful tale of jwrventure—as Indeed it la' I Jonathan Swift's message to B he world was not an easy and %  Vlcasaiit one. He fought for truth and Justice; but perhaps settlers, and the a* which American problem, they are not take apoanulte so happy as they were Little genland. In fact, he sprang from English stock, and although he was always pioud ol hia gentle birth, his early years wi In irksome pi.verty. He obtained a post as secretary-valet in the I of Sir William Temple an Infliienilai iiBMtnun whi recognised Ihe young man's ablll i> .nut ii-n Inatroctlorai that site %  i hli on n wrltii be collected HIIO editen by Jonathan Swift. After thl* tank was : %  -I. Iwtfl Welll to Ireland; and from 170(1 until 1710. when av ul "'''"'"'^".' l'"^"J^ what tarnished in the more popu, forty-ilmc. he was a *d ending of mental breakdown. p....,,,.^ K^ rttry parish tend to make us forget all the !" ^ "^^n, ,? uU t a, happiness he enjoyed He was ? wod rtdjr^ boat buj"' %  Ufa Rfl tl-o admired friend of most of the .^.V !" ^"'. i JS \Z',^ n... o had nn adequate income: he was men of genius of hia own day. U>r ooats_up amNown Ihe Inmple duties, nnd hi had the devotion until her > : £ ale *•" ' Iheir archipelago earned fame by the pubdeath of that friend he loved and w,tn confidence and skin ;.l Pieces, respected above all other women. Q n ,,, Bnd of ^ virgin* The Tale ef Tub an attack on H ls writings, and the mental hospioUD 3 J t v n Dyke has Riven CHEERFUL but their inhabitants have not yet lost the excellent qualities DC those who dwell in primitive comrounitiaa. They are still %  heerful and reliable, mdepen. . and f.ood It seems a fantastic community equally ready to praise Charley %  • •questiuning loyalty to Black i-agle, or Tod'S skill as a pick. i-h-ket. a community ss quirk to undone ai it is to censure. It is a community where ach man knows that it Is wise to > inn his own business yet know that his business is really the street*swhether that business is the purchase of an l?e-cream cart. th^ rej pur of A ^unblind or murder. But it is a community in whe-h I ...•If. A plane will which support not only its own I can believe. I can believe that I via Antigua, to St. activities but also contribute to Charley would be accepted by It. I Thomas whence vou can cross to tl,e funds for the action of the not because he was simple, but be%  TOrtola via launch or seaplane. UtTga* federations It is the local cause he was good. Prom there on vou mul fend for union which has the most intimate Whul I cannot believe is conn : yourself on horseback, on foot, contact with the individual memcl the sophisticated convcr&j.ion I or by sloop visiting that tumble Der a d with the day by day probChat ley is made to share. of rocks resembling a ruined city 'ems of the relations with the emIn BO insignificant book, none which is called Fallen Jerusalem, Ployer. would notice such a defect. But and many another wonder haaldM. *?JJvB .' m'm £ J'QfSfi Charleyis a really good book, ou will enjoy ft. r usi wom %  .. %  .-,.i. A..C.5. Of This Famous Remedy D yoi 't let Indigestion make meals a misery. Let just ooe dose of MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDBK bring you relief This famous remedy relieves pain and discomfort quickly and effectively because it is a perfectly balanced icienrific formula. Try MACLBAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER to-day compensation laws. minimum wage laws, and famil> allowances. The foundation of every union I ifaould outrun my space if 1 ,s me '"J* 1 %  E ch local > %  ct > ni \ eie to d*-iibe ul! theM Islands Palely democratic, choosing itr ( %  i m ti.st.u-torj 'wi members, electing its ov. p w than an> description is to go and l" c c r *. nd raising the funds IUCLUII tune Quickly RaMevas FLATULENCE ACIDITY MEARTIURN NAUSEA STOMACH PAIN and [ MUOUSNESS 1 due to Indigestion Be sere TOO obtain %  I MACLBAN BRAND STOMACH POWDBK wish (he k I "ALBX C ssBBlsVjr. . ... ,.. l:e* tvhirh haw hmiim %  flSBSSta i much of his life with its Ues which have become some%  pital ngs. and the men ai nr ou Jo$i v n Dyke Dublin that he founded |r|fc o lWQ outsuuldl] and The wlth mH s^vjnKs. arc his meinorI. Is. If there ii much in hi^ Islanding pert i.litles. William Thornton. designed the Capital in Washingfi n Rattle of the rt-ioks wittv fjmc'X.-s 0 '^',^,,"-;',", ";„;;r":::; sr^sj-sjf h rx f !" c *-***" -* %  new 9 we know lnat n 'P? L, ><". the famous 18th century A brilliant stormy chapter In {•* ,r 'f '' r w *TL sun l*yclan. I r Ufa opened in londrm in 1710. ,r , nris *^ WBS fl !" ffJ?g He remained there for true.porter of the weak an t __ n 'J i ( ie9B (In passing it may be menyears, mingling equal terms Then uld be more approlloned „ Grenada produced an with mling statesmen, and propnate inscription than that which Kmperor H enri Christophe .... *"** I_ ^0.0...^^ ,.nr-x hln 1(Wnll1(llie' -.T, •.xl_ %  during n series of political pamphlets which had a greater effect upon public opinion than th* work of any other writer of his day. During the* crowded year*, few |>eopl were more Bought after or flattered; but there wa. on Ironical smile upon the face of the proud and sensitive man who knew how evanescent th? ;i ipularity can be. When] •i new government tame inU power Swift retired for the time to Ireland and settled dowi us Dean of St Patrick'a. In Dui.-| lin. He was returning to thi companionship of the ooe wh' meant more to him than ony othe: living soul—Hester Johnson carved upon his tombstone of Haiti. Antigua a famoua Ai ••Go eaaacr-by and do If you can. "rchiteot, Oliver, and Nevis a ..^.ris pert hi the famous American Statesman. defence of liberty*'. Alexander Hamilton). DREAM VIRGINS The Virgin island* have n dreamlike beauty which cannot be dean magazine calDead Man's Chest, whoae name „>, Soviet tlirl" runtainmg Compive Stevenson the n-i.nn fOI munist propaganda—and pin-up his famous verses, was bougnt by picture* - Sex-Corn! LONDON British naval authorities are vestiKatmg a new form ol Communist tropaKanda among personal at Chatham naval b." Lord Baldwin to preserve It loi %  %  ... %  %  %  %  .-. %  %  %  s,.v.-.w.w.-.-^^^ MR. SHOPKEEPER, ^d^^****! *f MR. GROCER, MR. & MRS. EVERYBODY &f TAKE CAREFUL NOTE THAT AS FROM THIS WEEK EVERY 100 lb BAG 0F h^C^^uJS SEARLES SPECIAL SUGAR WILL CONTAIN A GIFT NEATLY PACKED INSIDE DEMAND SEAHi.ES SPECIAL, in PAPER BAGS AND SO BENEFIT BY THESE PREMIUMS. Its UASTOPLAST-ICITY you want in FIRST AID f Lniopau-Oty t. the iviturslcomfortablcwa/f U' (I'-iii^i itrstch -Hi v mevemsni. They mould h %  kw.rd pUt'i ifd pniblr ( %  ny on •*>!.! tK >oun. V.-1.I, cf vtci i : 1 Elastoplast FIRST AID DRESSINGS FASTER SERVICE TO Jjondon BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.VV.IA Hi-truii,r BDaagaird Batvies to Itfty oaa Countries on all sis eoiitlneuta imam that few (aaiaa j a are too far. need take Ma long. GET THERE SOONER No tips or extras for ,-vmrort tlini reflerta B.O.A.C* .il v,,„. niil trsdlliou of SjH>e. I tofinile. noticeable improvements u | : *ta *ess Oily ... Less coarse .... fewer blemishes • • • Sr**** ^moo' *#* c\e' S o^ r the' VOl'R SKIN, too, can be improved in 14 days! \'l you have to •! is wluti UMM women .i/>. 2 UoMoai its nth. oliit'oil liilhrr into your skin Joi one full minute. 3 Kinse. I) tinfor II day.irx< 1 |>r


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-I MIW sKPTF.MftF.K X \K* SI-NDAV UIVOCATF. PAR I. SEV'l N %  M I .iinin.iMi, Or. Grniiily Dick Head PLANg A I5-MINUTES-A-DA\ BKKRCISK CHART Dr. KcaJ it a British obstetrician whose writing* and (cachings on "natural ihildbirlh arc followed all over the world. In his new hook* IH says: III.K IS no reason whv a woman should not have an even better figure after she has home a child than before." To back hb belief he includes this series of sin den tie exercises to be practised daily during the months before the baby is born:)oif ran hare an won better figure after baby in born EXERCISE 1 S TAND with the h.-.-l about 12 Inches apart and toM turned .slightly outnjfilr. i tir\t figure I. Hie hunda in tront of 0) with Uv arme full Ifincui. IJP. tinchin and list aright forward go tail) of the loot with %  the around ffouna OoatMHM awvetueait. awing %  iir-iards Irtelw.Ui thi.houlderv throw the head back I list OH UM for* (thtra During -hla movement. !iUld De done alowh n aegply. pause lor a in UM third position and slowly resume the position-. seond and ilrnL breathii* uui its Hie armn drop tu the CXCRCISE 2 88UME lUbt position, with the bands about 12 Inches apart and the knees about 9 inches rt Ttii-k the head down between the arm*, e the back and pull the buttotks in. Inwards *i-m i Movement Allow the back to hollow %  in n>ad to position ui lower sketch A; 'hi. %  .. i i,-.' the bullocks a* high as possible oiiirhih* jeml ihr elbow* This monk 1 be done • m Continue by slosvlv aaum the Bra position again, breathing out, and Fists exercise Is particularly uselul to prevent It also mobilises the spine In the g*er pans where it Joins on to the pelvis The*.movements should be slowlv and m lierlormed ten times EXERCISE 3 AdSt'UsI um poaition •* Rest tlnger* on a chasi tbg I-J .: II m difficult tubuiee Seitie nmly dour, on 'o ilie heels and .vpsra'e t*M I wideU an possible. Bring neither und r.** the tandtn position und SIIIK down imam on to the heels Return to lint uai.it ion and bounce on ih* heels once or twice, aepar %  < 11'U.•.!.. %  auam II>iaib.e. Do this tlw EXERCISE 4 A MOaEB DM DDtUlon, In lira* sketch, wiih tin Ul 1inches apar. Imuortan S el not on the floor iween them Hollo" the nack. and throw the baad back, pro&v :n tha hands upon the Uiikhb. as in the second sketch. Breathe in durum Una n.>l.-llM-Ul. Bring the body and % % %  .i forward, resting the elbows HI the ground immediately m front of the knees it'urit II ihL. uiovenent Go .Jowly back to the first position. Rest lor two or inrec Dream.-, and con linue as brtore This exercise should be done slowl-. and dehbefH''i; ten unn igulaxly. and deeply while RaJaebotb feel together u> right angle with the body. %  allow them to drop IT so that the heels S (l Uie floor gently until i la the flfat poaiuon. eXerefefc) !• rtoellen 1 9 lor the hiy joiuU .joniinul m-vti4i. U-(le* .if 'lie I'V Many DM UXt both legs together lo the Wright position. II at first it cannot, be done then raWo the leet togeili"t 0D the ground Hx %  and put them down rdot> Alter a week ur two II Ml be possible to do 'he 'ul> EXERCISE • I IE on the back with the head auppored an • %  a low pillow, the hands rusting lightly on the abdomen Just oetow the ribs as m the upyei .-ketch Take a deep breath, lllling the cli< it is well rounded under the collar bonesadding gentle pressure with the hand<> on the abdomen Take three lu'l breaths in ihla position and rest lor a moment. Then place the hands on the inner aides ol the knees, forc.ng 'hem out a. f;i as they will go. as shown In ihe lowri skeich Oo back to the first position and repeal the exorcise five times This is particularly n ri ul At an aid to bieatn ing control when lying on the iwk. und at the •••• rubbed on at bedtime — f\lDO*u •• "• •A mt OUTt.o. A II. chc... tod< "J BT • .. i.?i5 .„d wm'V •• "I""". 1 ot IN sin ,11. chew, ta* •! ^-.iirn, ecliou c-e acri> r m VapoKuhfcmeowe. 1 W 0 U ..penr-';'>", 0 ^,' UJ •nia I I^Vlie It t'" I'*****'^ the bothersome oua aim j.^w •"•" *"".5r eCrKmm. u" u >• !" Manners Makyth Money * Johll ( l.irkr n iK-ni il.i'H ipa in 11 :u.red a b'x ai the orxtd m head of Suit Aiimei haa coast u rtlng f" aasMJset mvttg %  ; knj rangi'i.: I i Nrha| i Bell l IS S %  ail .hanie for fee**. > 10 *-ul her leaders lha D rioaMiaU f.\ rt.eolfe eeaif jmr aI*o/ for Uuir very tlmt ::f, >4s n-shed to are AVHMAMUCUS Isosenel Firs) Day N r-.t ra^i.inla sol %  %  i ,hi> a*e re. Imirwd •Tear :ru:Urr u and ti.rs oi< | pi.ii are ppli/i.< <; for ., ,..or post. hD be •mid-ir .-. dl< : %  %  %  % %  %  g*l ii...,) OBI PMI, p M iui ihe young; wm UM ih. %  inpi,.. tss U-. %  ') %  %  '.: %  SI. frlpt with hrr boas, but: 1/ Ihe 'nkes hrr to a th.o''...' IU'IIS in H •troupe town, "iar i* wire, bur she HIHSI MM in '*" or her manner fr.-ei •„ n>nr S)aeas> |gp>eih-e as ai'irtniMfl fliari other h/e la SJerewi 1 If She does (tie il M HI uieeivH.vd tgftie fuel gfl oio/ttllp 'tord on foolc. H Ouisidc oflke noun iha is b> •ressead MSffJ llmroughly In the ;.rt ol* navint: n nicely mannerea good time Young men call lo lafce her out to restaurant* i"ih. u.rl should frri quit,. pploiid. U'har woastsias. It is kind o lha actors."), and when it is all over with she shnuld nol "thank you" lottar uules* It hati been a really hii par" %  I H should look iHinugli she w.i Hi tin!; K..valtv uvmg M*t one to right on the i-se goo-1 manners dealrabV ling a marriage, in lining and in snorting Roy. Miss Alliwter wi'.h lun M-nneis whh-h. as she BBM, e people coti'Mlei I < %  Aw< sphere u>*' con hi ir a rl e e f .ni r.iuivi thaa feojra) %  %  %  wod o* -1 In i .. st'ljtshiirs*. yrn.-irn | rhOl U. dd'.n.jl atlOtS Ii "Tha aril %  t botiui %  men %  %  gcgea, afti r all. hsVa hi liuberuf now and must tako lie I %  -. %  ih ri.it. D Muptd v. v. i i in> fu'i. not si hi •l.itt.i:, I I • •• > hi Incrvd %  ii.M-K nit" bii A C-liurmrr of the tniir >U 0 U' "ell-iimnncred nl rtOBM pou will be an ..baulutc eharmrr i PST] when gaatt is Ihe Kum Of I'hil ,i hll I il own. | like %  Ml the old kind of book> with all those areh.inri. you had lo be on %  %  : atass all • %  .. -Ul Fun lor A Party The pDM of Kxp.-i: Witnesa I au amuaiiui gtu,,,, {,„ „ pa^ kioup i.f all age*. Pla* %  .-I i % %  .. %  .,iii-i-i:(ninall jars or buttles all alike, g nuinbe. of thing* with pungent odura vinegar, cullev, tomalo )uu< amphoi, vanilla, tubai i spices. Number the containers uui wnle down what's in each am Blmdiold guests in turn und are how each dawne* as an expert wiUieas on odors Sight playa a great part in the udorrvcugniUon of moat pemons. You can also use things like an orange, banana, leather-g love, dollar-bill cedar box. Place Iheae on a tray and keep it IMII ni i^i,' except when Its DgsU presented to a blindfolded paCSOQ. As .• Joke, aulnnlt one jar empty and see how their imagination trarfcg. Also while persons are blind folded, you can test the ucuUmess •>f th< ii hearing. Have a guest ke u number of noises and nee the !iliiutf.i|i|ed person call determine what they an*. Th" sort of noises to make are striking match, tearing a sheet of Ktltt paper, pouring water Into a glass, filing finger nails, sandpapering H stick, etc. -. I Tha l,rn on IT VI liraikinaan-t anaa*" more rarrMdilnc I.II n. i|a a-> i iris n h r(p %  rir r | vi^' laasfl ii j .-:., a*.. i M Ffuagpu ami awti %  • %  aaa i ot RCB MeWllW Pit Mill POIII.i HOI.. %  %  1 l'*S* TtlSS • It's surprising nol rarnllla many of I P u wopfl recogni/e when you can't uctually ev what's beuig dune, and aiOlsSing giiessea are made Children^' l^tler tMai Chfldn a, Thaidi %  • 't'-i isssi Sreek, bail .some rat about your Inrthdayi. ag*d 1 ni reull;. anxious lo tssVea Lbatn, DOS. I am taking a new roll : pa mi will cooUnua to ssirsoUday, and pst youi Hsons n peep oecaaionall>. %  > .:: %  > % % % %  i. waiii next term. and lo vou all CHTLDRsWS I IHTOR. ri;N rAi* I l:iss llislin. Iii.il Jamosoo nouti aa ot no rnlng lli arhi i %  I'len'.l'. I'IIII erred on kha annual I'liiiiini of hi'. i.i,,t the collage ni..,iiom. Chester, Halifut. Kochi-sle. .111,1 Vi-k .ill wars born, no* sMarfc OT leSM n.inieil in < itiea beariDg those sar.e najne* V.t no WO SJ them WflffO horn no : .. d tlsa ISM catj and nun i the caw n' Hrwdf >nl WM bOTO in Halifax und woiks Ir) t'heslrr wli. u llu .s iniirried Tlie man who works in IdHhisi1 was mar iil in Halifax Hradlord is Ih. i irlhp a i I thi n %  %  •!"' wot* where Itochesler STOg Imrn Who workh in Hm.li g %  ai""l "i l>ii""" •• %  *>• a"A '" Rupert and the Back-r oom Boy^ 42 "IH lha two pali izc H tin tie* Podgr looks narvoui. but lor %  while jirung happtns. 1l>" sa/ms co Judder and %  ta laa* come tliutahog do*e. "Here. I don': nke this." quaver* I'oda). %  ht inikas oA si Up ped. Sol knowing whi: will (all MS(. Rupert stana IS jfllbound. Ihr IMS," 'h'.enly h-ll.hrht.ahi thai E **' H„ trunk wobblina ind. look. I do believr %  I aoit>a hack (oio the ground I" Suw caouah. % %  ht win-hr. %  firthcr ind lunh.' into i*i holt lions which it first grew. O s^Mw^ all day I o n j Tliia wonderful geaaatlo>l If tt'.inl-Tfully wy Soar'. %  hciwar yourself all OVW WilJi a-hmeee lb.u<|u-t la Powder, after aVOT) both, l1( 4V bavtha. Then — all long y'Hir fn eaa SriO b> UM cmx'j of friend%  your i g nsVVefloial iiken last tlMire w.I' linger KUMII you a Mihtlv For GBBBBBgfl Bouyia-t ia tut. Tal-wn I'os./-, Wlt l fragranne Uiat men love. JlBM rasy %  MM SUITS T-u^e br ..p^w. •. .i iwta aM ( %  •odti.lilf pnual and f-ieni*el in I-IIK —o'dintnihif Scf^ loi -iif \m* a ai u>wmn fMKX-i al MIN \*n wwaee V.it* • l-*twe San fjKh Ttoi ",i m luii'Siee in fooS ax |i *r Mneiri Cl\^ti |II|T.I>F £9.10 £7. IS ^f> c ^ RKf. w..i. < -i.iiCiii.^ni Af*:HCSr(B. |M<,1*NSD -jftaesi ^.^-rfc To caplure iml retlin the toitneSJ ill \-niil.'n1 IUB v HI mint V.-e|i il daOpl) %  I' in. KipSJgff a, d DUO fr.i-iir.L II. |fn toniglit with a Yardlev (leunving OCNIU, UlgaaBfl \\i\\\ Wfkl If'am, BUld Stimulate uilli SSlg ej tbg (..mug I otioil.. %  miu'irow s..nr n.um arLU BS) ll.v right you were't lieaulv pri-puriiiioiis b) YARDLEY (aaaassssgeaaaaai Nsgl 11 i I aaJaBM Haasr>p Has*' Hgiige Keailrr %  tgpaSMl I vr BSBBSKMI Maaamtl i ii I. I v You'll Love the Fashionable Look of Broadcloths in Plain Colours! 'W\ Solid] shades KM live foundniivn of fusliion. 'I'lu'v lend tlieiiiw4v*ai U the iii'ssi enchanlitig. i;.iv (iiinbiiuiltuiw with ulhor "IVg-mada" wilid Khndea. nthiM-* and Horal deaigna. "Teg-made" broadcloth shatt-> n. n'w roiu-epl in high fashion colour and taUtlBl , lla raaUll 'if the OOnUHMd skills of weavers and dyers of one ol the largest in.unjliulureru Qf COttOfJ fahrics in the world. Itelmonl and Kiwlvn '•'lex-made" broadclotha are sun-l.is!, tub-f;uit Kairviiie. Itnghtim and Trouville are lens expviksive. 'J'lswy cut and drape perfectly. They nreejuy to wash ... and durable, too. Ask for '"Tex made" broad riot I m nt yoiu* favourite niore. Look for the •'Tex-mnde" la* tm the piece goods and bo •assured of eotnplete rtatiafaclioii "TEX-MADE" IS WELL MADE Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER coit.II"..,oiui.nii CQ



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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 Y.M.C.A. Report Shows Progress In 1949 BOND n UJVOS Ml PACK NINE M'.lAXIXf. TIIK MWS *ince IB42 th %  V.M C A %  Ih* M1RI ,.i buj 1 HOI K ,.'. %  %  a. playing He[d. und on Its frith lima who were itrtMh efl yaar tin1 mil, ..,, ajraeanani witb the >wncr Un %  F. N. Grannum for the purchase of this prr>>erty (or £5,000 at the clone of Uie ThLs appears in the Annual H 578. Report of the Association pm1 'lit Group still con In iat the Seventieth Annual DM then programme 01 Gasieral H A present sirengt' of tl lion at Usatr h'.-arlqunrten ye*. ,• ia. It Is hoped that U i lards > ..rtenioon. %  D n*i Iron TM raped stated sii.it m order Mn to earry throuh the purchase ihe HW'Uqiuners (St. Germain) was Tha Uiractoti ar* luspfrj sold tor £7.000 T/ie Kile of tho p ft that Uie A*. i Headquarter* an purchase of a position to assist a lart,e Wakened will place the Associaof organizations i atlon m a position to offer Members a Cricket and/or football field and two tennis courts but the question of providing suitable roan lor it hall, billiards.—tabs* tennis restaurant. etc.. will r.eeeaalUte a considerable amount of adtlitiirwil building to Union l.odif.' The 00*1 f clearing and lioned prepnriiiK the grounds and en:. %  rj;inif He building will rcquin* a substantial sum The Hoard ll not in -i position to state at th.moment how Oilamount will be raised, but in order to cany through t'ie wheme each individual member will for huine time be called on to assist In a practical way otherwise many of our activities will have to be considerably curtailed. By the Agreement the change t-ver is expected to be about mid-August, provided poa-saarion of Wakefleld is given on the 31st July. 1950. Association Represented The General Secretary Capt H. H. A'ilUams M.B.E., at his own expense represented the Association ;it .i Conference of the \\ I l have (i r ran pren h* Association will offer gn lie community ih;m in || r .. ,.., A iatlon would not havi tthoul th* regulai use '>i III n en from \ i remises lor the purpose of play* inif this name. Some of the oitu-i 'hat made use of our premises are:— The Barbados SP.C.A. The Barbados Clerks' Union The St. John Ambulance Association. The British and I Society Th* !i;irbados Football A tlnn. The Hoyal Navy and M.-rcKm' I-e* true. Appreciation The foregoing report would IHlucumplctc without | Lkno.iUiitmeiit of our deep apTHE TENNESEE \ ALLEY PROJ KCT t Yew Way Of Life Hv HMItllM llHIS-dN %  Provisional Regional Committee pieciation to the Barbados Legishnld in Caracas from 7th to 10th hture for their Grant-ni-Aid To October, 1949. the Ministers of nil denomination-; At this Conference a Working for their ready sympathy and asAgreement between the A**oBlBtasW, to the many friends who elation* of Latin America and the hai I COOK to us as spaata Caribbean area was arrived" at lecturer*, io the leaders and cornand a Regional Service Commitnitta* men ,.f th* diflas* WHILE WAITINO for tbc city to opsa. many firm glimpse of the Advocate" for the new* Venezuelans Need Interpreters — SAYS VISITOR Chatting With the animation whirh ch*J ..ii.l daUghtW* ft Latin Amvnca. Senon ' of Venezuela told the Advocutc yaj I many others of her country think high.) ol th> lUl %  u*d of education which Barbados possesses. that reason that tee was appointed under the Chairmanship of Dr. Carlos Stalner of Mexico for the purpose of developing a working unity among the A ii lends who have assisted, to Uie Btnoi .i week he, G< turned now with litr four dmich who haw contributed to lei!( wnom .,„ % % %  i* funds and thus assisted In king the work possible, to tne and Radio Distribution Ltd Region so that the fullest possible r or 'th*ir never-failing willingness collaboration may be fostered among them within tho frame work of thu worid-wide fellowship of the Y.M.C.A-. and to promote the expansion and development of Y.M.C.A. work In the region on a Regional or Zooal basis with all expedition in conformity with the extension policies of the World's Committee of the Y.M.C.A's. The Association record the visit of Mr. B. D. Kaye of Uie Scottish National Council. rapr*> senting Uie National Council Of England, Ireland und Wales from 22nd November, 19-19 to 19th January, 1950. Mr. Kaye was Uie guest et the Association during hi* stay. Social functions at which he met Members were orMr. ganlsed in his honour. Mr. Kaye success in hi the Caribbean Area. Io give publicity to events from lime to time—to all who have hod liny share In carrying forward tdls work for another year, we most grateful thanks. The Asv-ciation r ,ill upon fellOW members to loin us in dedication Surely God it s->i..,: n in,iimthai 1 II. i %  | rarnali %  %  %  Bridgetown At 8 Bridgetown %  IN rncnUdos m nung i like th) i th i ).!.. s< -nor* Mtonn People are arriving quietly 1 "i "evttrybodj '" Ul "l>' ( for wurk w lor n.^whu is loybodb on* P*"**. and thu^e who havr i. I ad i ln.liii.iv % %  SJha per'*>' % %  "J' buses have time on their m -onally has already advertised th' hands before the business place* sumIsland from the education angle. "P* !" The Association was in the hapt2 line py position of offering hospitalU> Cpl Jones of the Traflic Branch tq fOUni men Hon. several of the said Ui.il tlur was driven I Utfa along Bay Stres-t at over 3: mil. Ctuiana and In panlcular the p*f hour. The speed limit on Trinidad Table Tennis Team and mat road Is 20 miles per hour th* M-lvcrn Sports ClUD Th*** Otdlsdltr was represented by Mr visits are of inestimable value in v.. W Reeee while Sgt For.le making rev.:n)H <• ci.ips and i" bttogto_toiprthr ihe onlng us in these times to lei go ot "h* 1 enroungej; all her counto They stand on sidewalks, read our self-sufflclencv. to frequent ptspl* who want to give their ;n >' morning paper, do His nltars. to learn of Him and to chlldrao high school education \n shopping and gossip. n ke n v.itnown in ml thaj ?"<< Ihara Mn When B o*csoeJi strikes, then Ti inidad Un things begin to hum. ami th* i .,I found liar'*st xhopping day of the week is FOUND GUILTY ', L V !" 25*5 !,u B *>*wn nccaecrTiUr ( h f TI,m K "^ crowd 1 %  "' wWol* driven Ur iHttUftSij Asked what she thought w*i ,dcr utd P*-d.trians have to use .„i-..,Hi,r n t UMi.. ''"' ^ uvl "P ,h ;' Itaibadw 'hat cxlra bit of Car* :on ftlday found guilty by |lL ,„,, ( stanj ol th* 3 ipl i| dlfllculL and %  ... felling through tl,. bad sh, ..1,1 :,.even In Othei plat re the Hottb A. McLeod, .>f P* dl ng We wish while driving the motor car X-65 work in Hong Bay Street on May 18. Qulndkw vrll ordered to pay a UVs Road and Roebuck StioetIhe last named two being th* prilleipal gmcon ecntrai *r* th* most %  nil n*n..im so until after [rudcl*] whan BOBM placai takehalf holiday. Many places howntei|)i.t • V.T pi-f-T to give their staffs half on Thursday. II If holldav or DO hair holldnv ': l.v evening, except for theatres, pubs ami old night -, when Swan Strc-' NONE SAVED IN RA.F. CRASH SINGAPORE. Sept All of the IB occupants ol th Hoyal Air peoples of the West Indies Directorate At the Annual Election of Directors held on the 29th September, 1949 for the Election of •even Board of two years elected: The Revs. A. E Armfeared to have been killed in the strong. M.A.. B. Crosby. Messrs rraarl —Healer. A DeL Inniss. C. Knight. J. G. A. Pile, V. B. St. John and C. D. E relationships of life. To Williams. During the month of Him known '" % %  DUO nisni*,wneasw.-in stretsmmodato I thi I, e*tal mess pli uhich WOV :::: k ';r, 5 i utton i ban paopl* u**d to %  ti —-— _. „ tTMl from coming to town and Dlrcclor. to rve on th. "„K'cd on Auu 2?m the gu.rS3 iSS^S^VSTfiJ EK of Directors lor a period ot ,| la in |,..,od jungle terrain ol the .",.. ',,."" r '"' d '" '''' !" • rtclen ami Irauld-b. rhamptnna ,..r, th. following were KcU „, m gl.t.. M.l.ya. H. now „"„„„. and ,n?Ueon?nl !" H? Tl* r •*" T-. n B" fir.... i .. i !._. U .II^J L. <>... ""'u "*.". "'HI III IIK SPTOnO IIIIC. ".|, n r.iMi.l HiJ 111. I. II... Id > >l, ~. W'IO could net through thai .,. %  ^5. JL^TT"?!* "* "' rP' " l '" u > dUmountlng k „. .i-"Gu.;:eh. or .h; sw jrvss&' S£"' ss E ,,,e, Orimn J*. lahour £'£££ "^ g^~3 S C L^^lS nd S. Br.w.r were given six li.hm.et ol ,ust.ee among_ .11 !" w„ ftSliST "* ,orr hlv '•*" "" < Mr n ,„„^ leave o, absenee.as the, ^_^t.l^^^ SLSZ ..owe,., m vv ^g^i SttUSSiX 'o ^ay who pushed %  hom Vi ne/tu*!.iii.'. luitNr, ire very were procMOjng to Engiann on "S." Mto m ££~ Smi wi m keen on learning English, and furlough. The Board asked thes. f" r h 'J !" U1 ^. B *„ ln al Cr ;. , cv Senora Ctonul.. is filling In her members to represent this Asso>"Volv s.ll-sacrin l .ial jiriie. |im( dation at a Conference to be (.od gr.nl.to„" "".„„. -!,„. "M proBcknl in that language held in Denmark during th. h. story "j"'""'" Snc i,o bMn In Barbados only IS %  pupil of Mrs de Roy. of Pinfold month of August "* "' h "' l0 !" "i". !" ? ?* ^ days, and has been le-rnlng Sinrt who h er.H lived In Membership Mrth b nd i" '?'"£! !" "eom* En u "" for )I|K boul • "*• Bu V,-., !" „h. r,.r 17 year.. Th. Full and Associate Mem>ees. .nd Ihe euuwes %  lrMdy Ino ha „„,.„„ ,„, Se „ r „ r.on7.1e.. when at homo bershir, for the -ear under rer. ; unlty of sympat "y 'or on .an ^^^ „,„, |ob ,,,„ „„ „, v ,,„. /;1 hv „. „, TruJUlo view show, a decrease of 20 on other, guldert h> a deathlec ,„„„,. ,„ |e m| „ g more ^ u s ,., Val „, the previous year This decrease in l nrisi %tF00DMJEWS Sllll k l!l THESK:FRAY BENTOS TOMATO SOUP—per tin t BRIDAL ICING SUGAR — llh pkg BANQUET CASTER SUGAR — Mb pkc TAHLE BUTTER 1-lb. pkg. COOKING HUTTER -'i-ll> tin3. KELIXtOGS CORN FLAKES per pkg KRAFT MACARONI 4 CHKBSaV-pM ti i B1BBVS TOILET 8 \P fc* BRUSSEL SPROUTS[>e. tin ...... OXO— pei I".: B5 a 1 IKN DRINKING ri!'H-OLATE~-i^r tin MACKEREL -j>-r tin ClllVKHS STRAWBERRY JAM 1-lb hot Bf *unto include in //• tint Z \^\ COCKADE K\^J FINE RUM ">^T It't m Delightful u* fin.8mm$ktm if. l/.i l\ STOCk ... PURINA ii th* 11 I'VA pro i *et la %  m or dams ami Ing the once lurnua***** nv*f. It repreNem a new way 4 life : in TVA to-ds is uorld%  success is hailed as an rtattof) can i lop its restMU'ees for the • iii the prople la riiiiiiti" in-rsi>ns visit r\' \ *v*r] '••'•'. it Is laid to nui ';. w York Ctb %  close race as an aspect nf Amen ran life in which people of Oth*i II* interested. During the veai endum in June. : v \ .l>ltors InP aatttont ol Brazil 1 thi> :>mn)fiamatt'H I I i 8 utli AMea, ;HI Ft net art ngne-onom %  rron Haiti and ni polWea] %  et— e* ftom England Kit study and ', A .,. tiimplish %  .;,-i.u %  .. trtfl Nii.i-m in ll*J3 e* Valla* Authortty. cpoi .ition. iva* M't th* prbnar} purpose of U dams for rigatuiri ;uid thi'i ni rleetrtc power v %  ued in a %  najor dams, sevent hii %  hav* b**ri built bv %  t The imwrr proilxt*n rear* mui., power raaourt • % %  • ol th* %  line* for the banaI'.I of rwrtrt, horn* and Iraluan) b i finiiliaslge that %  -1.t % i' to the enUr* region and that TVA. therei % % %  th* Intagrator of sreater trial %  nd home : in n mi .II ha* II Indiuhrji lias urow,!! Irernendousl) beeauae or the nvsiliini't. or powar, in BMti, than "! %  LI00 more manufacturing ii.miin th* valnTj i'Hti in ih* ... than in 1933 < •union R t'liipp, chairman of %  of TVA. says that the '.'in to-dav Is Ihe largest single Integrated system of its kind m '.he world Last year It supplied IT billion kilowatt hours of clrctrtett) This has all but revolutionized farm Ufa In tho valley. Rural eleitrlflcaUon ha* really hit Its stride sun. World War II By the end of H4W. th*** were more than 461,000 *t* In th* tegton. The number ol farmers served t u ti "io than 320.000—more than ni of all farms in the reon, comparad nitn i:>.ooo I u i had aiactifc service In iB.13 The entire *r*a is iK'iii.. ilevelop*d in.uiily by Ihe people of tinvallej thanuelve* in a sort ot Kin with the TVA. r TVA M electricity, ror instance, Is distributed to the ultimate eonim*r b> t4!V municlpulltles and t s. lot,illy owned and I'ndei contracts with TVA they buy Ihe power whole1*1* %  eid distrlbut* it retail iii addition to the power program, TVA hai created a deep *nrt*r navigaUoa ehannaL anabUng niiili'in u;ilei t..itis|-irI;ilion In ilevelop on the Tennessee river. %  atlon Of numerous lakes by TVA has had an Impact on HI i I ti.ide. making Ihe area al%  i .1. %  in) iwlrnmliig, Dghlng and oattnj Tourist *xp*ndlturei sn itlmsUd a" about $175 million %  ftacreatlonal facilities are King further developed. People of the valley to-day use i' than four and a half times .. much electricity as they did In 1'i.li. and about IB p*t cent more %  .. -iti.Miti.ti eonaumar In the United States. Clapp says the\ 1 ..nt per KWH. or about half as much as the averfOf elertilc service In the I,,--., ..r the U s Clapp said: "The basic reason for low rate* In the valley to-day is that thev were set low in the Unit place, it M lion that such a polli A I | t. ctrlclty . would bring about .. grent Increase In POWM oonauntpuon, thus reducing the cost pei unit while producing enough revenue to .over tins. TVA's development did not come %  %  U'Uggl* Private power fought it Opponents %  barged that it was an experiment in. detrimental to private nlerpri Hut TV 1 i.ni.iiit. i upheld • Io SOIIHI ng rantp In %  public i '. \ | Bar 'Pi' says: Tiiteoasa iun ar* In the region, have electricity which they did no' have before, and a growing supply to ke*p pace with Ihe I the region They buy it at rate %  ub*t*ntfatt> low %  dpiired to pay foi it \ at* ownci^iiir %  i .ivc t mor* s imh. ludgei 1 .> it in*. lnve*ti nl Clapp also Hnphaaia** that thi ni of ;I publlcl) own* r throu • i % %  ii..,m Ml |aj Palf @ ll.5.1 r*' Pair SI \ I HAI. IITIII.K STYI.KS in 111 nl. ..mi Brawn from sT UK In 'I'll, per Pair "k" Shin's IN BOTH BLACK AND BROWN FROM Sit 6 0 TO S1790 HARRISON'S BROAD ST. HERE'S P0ULTHY HEALTH I 'inlislon Head Goes On Leave %  Mi A V, Hi.beits. Principal.' ErdiSton foiHsgo, goes on six ionth* v.niittoi. Ii.ivr from th. !4th of B*D(*anbi i Mr J. 1> Boats) l Vi.e Principal.; Krdiston College v. ill ,„ t 1-rin-' i ipal. and Mr L T Gay. District • 'nspeelur. Education Department %  in .i. ; .,. vice I'm ipoi Brdlste Collaan M*** Justice Taylor \ On Vacation Mr. Justice (; I. Taylor has i one on a months leave and all It. A Vaughan. Judge. Hridge I >wn Patrj* IVht Court, has been i ppolnted to act Bg Judge. AssisI lit! COIlri of Appeal Mr A J. II riaiiMhell. I'ohci •taattatrata, District "A" will an na Judge. I.iidgeti.wn IVtly DHt Courl. and Mr ( I. \V,.IAV, i %  lie* MagMrata, D.-in.i -c v ill ael Magistral* District "A" 'Lorexane' OUSTING PJHIltK Controls nnd kills FLEAS, LICE and TICKS on POULTRY liMml f lM'il f lississ.ie.aJ (rtiars*B(rs>t*tali> ltd. A. S BRYDEN SONS iBARBAOOSl LTD. PO BOX 40). %  HiOCtTOWN CHOWS £x£*a SpsudcdA yoiut (Dininq dteomf, &f LACE TABLE CLOTHS 66" x 86" each $ 8.93 3 SURE STEPS TO BEAUTY AWAKEN YOUR SLEEPING BEAUTY THE ELIZABETH ARDEN WAY %  i %  %  1 It^nslng. Toning and Nswirifthla*. vhlcfl % %  pMital IHJ %  %  M frr lull InitTi.. Arden Way to BSTAXSFKLH 9C0TT % IO.. LTD. 1 KNHiHTS I.TD.-PHOENIX PHARMACY Microbe ST Buttle Macaroni Pkp. Cheese Tins ti lb. Ictni Sugar Pa* Table Jellies Pkgs. Golden Arrow Rurn PERKINS & C(L, LTD. Hot-buck Slrrel — Dial 2072 & 4502 LACE CLOTHS 50" x 50" each $4.23 DAMASCLENE in white, green, maize 50" wide per yd. ..$1.77 COTTON TABLE DAMASK 54" wide pei yd, .$2.18 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET SCRAP BRASS Wtm iSIr*V/a* foffai/rtf. I.iniilwl KtQl IRIS TEN (10) TONS SCRAP BRASS and ur inr|i..ii .I tu i. ur. h... at thr lollowlnj prlrp'. — 0AM BRASS fc. ft l. IIIAVV MILL BRAK8 He Ml I'll vi BRASH 10—IJc ThBARBADOS FOUNDRY Ll*. Whltr P-IK Rc*d. 1'l.i.iir l-.li. CK.V. V,V..*..*,AV



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PAGE EIGHT SUNDAY ADVOCATE il INDA1 M I'l I MBEK 8ARR\D0SAl)\D. September S, 150 Peace ELE\ 1 i memorable Sunday rnornlne; the latfl Mr. Neville Chamberlain then Pnm Minister \ On Tuesday last the Hou.e of Assembly passed the Civil Establishment Order which had been submitted by the Government. The Order does not aim at giving salary increases to members of the Civil Establishment, but at reorganising the various departments of government so that they may work more efficiently and expcditiously. Criticism !>as been made that the mills of governmentgrind too slowly. An attempt is now being made to remove the grounds for criticism. In recent years and more particularly during the war years the amount of work with which government departments bay I had to cope has increased considerably. The Adams Report dealt not only with the salaries in Uw Civil Service but also nude nteomm I
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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, September 03, 1950
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MAC ARTHUR ORDERS SECURITY BLACKOUT
Hurricane Damage Will
Cost Antigua $1,000,000
Thousands Homeless:
Without food
NO DEAD REPORTED
By DAVID J K_1LS0N
___ A' .'iaUA, Sept 1
'I HE WORST HURRICANE that ever lasheri
this already hurric"i<" vattered island with
unprecedented fury came for six hours last
leaving thousands more h '; ss to join those who
had a similar fate when the worst Itorm in 79 years
struck on August 21
It is not yet possible to estimate t'i- full extent of
damage, but it seems certain thaf it will exceed
Sl.OOO.COO
One i Hand to 1
c-iiv i ,m animates the
stuir. lit S00.
bttn unorUd beyond thtt
bers mfeeiag from the schooner Verbena OIHrtofi.....
Carriacou which turned over ami -:.ik In ihi
personnel hav'n to swim for thttti Uvi
Lighters Driven
Ashore In St. Kilts
si:,\ i.. season !:> .
/
Reds Driven Back
The
Jebb' o
Ihe S.. mil.
-.1 l,l.,l*VI
covered th*
-,,11 i-
I
...nil.,i the
(inn* St John'; :

port thi> in :'
ooe communica.1 i I
Bo the -i image to 81 i
t> '. thai I 11
hours F* r Ihc Surrey here
I
..nil on UM ii"
oi oloei folks
rtather then
las, :.!' bun* i
Dlhtl mious 1871 blow.
"i
MM terrible fturrtcai
side a fortnight is DOW i
rcckagc with fallen building-
and fences scattered with galvan-
ised sheeting
dowiwd telephone lines rai dei in
vehicular ".raffle difficult.
The storm struck at 0130 GMl
with winds orar 100 in p h.. later
bwnaajDa to over 190 n
With the lerror tna>br uw
August 21 OJa si,ii treat)
mind;. inhabitant* spent the ......i
ol yesteni.ij DOtt>
what the forecast said would ba
i dangerous hut I
Northwest Minds
When u eana,
even WOfSO ...an aWICipi
I
judging iioin the cuiiUi'ion oi
St .Jonn's. have wrougbl
I conveY'
I There are hundreds in in*
:lty who escaped the fun of the
the Aral coach of the other. Many .'August u. lay look
passengers were trapped and ex-'with saddenca Cad
avaling tool* were rushed to Iha Ol properly or to Ion.; lot new- OI
ST. KITTS, Sept 2
The humoasa whlin was hover-
l-.lj.tifte on
Friday paeeed naai this ajftd
without doing any serious daflBpe.
A few lighten were iirfim
ashore by the boisterous wavae In
our exposed roadstead, several
paling* were blown down and
many large ii"
house was badly dam.*,
fallen tree
One sloop and a RtOtOI lauajfj
i'eked in Nevis AH Cov-
erninent offices and buslnew
used down on Friday as
it was expected that the hurri-
cane would strike at any hour.
To-day the weather slill con-
tinual to be uncertain and all tele-
phones and electrical :r velUS
are nut of commission.
S Killed, 50 Injured
In Train Collision
WISCONSIN. Sepl 2
Five people were reported killed
nnd 50 Injured when two excur-
sion trains collided i ead-on today
on a straight stretch of track nine
miles from here
ljoth trains were operated by
Milwaukee Spccdrail Company
and were specially chartered by
ol the National Model
lxd Association attending the
organltttton'i
i.en-
One train was telescoped into
THE 1"'." SEA i:(W StASON op.i, ,.-: % K, Use pic I .. S:h
Sand;, helprns to noop ->* UM roes from tba sea-eggi "! P'" th^w in ta baclul on hi. loft baf-n.- tdc
ihelling 1-ke. pin,
French Conscripts
Witi Sen* in
Months
PARIS, Sept I
.. nan Prlma
Mlnhtor, announead here to-day
i ranch conaorlDti would

12
Spjaakii u of the
F.uropean Fair in this French
town, the Pi"
iter -.11.1 Pranca Intandi to main-

Qarmi

I think (hit
extended
1 led. He
n! would

F
'

I'riil..
eene A Roman Catholic Priest
administered last rite* to the
ilvin,^.
After live deaths had been
relative), and friend.-. In DthOl
parts of the island maiQ h.ivm^
lost all their personal bakaiguup
which hn\e been either
:i report from the acei
of the erash saW "there are many | .su,'e' >">' i rUon '
mnre"Iteuter vrthOVI OOd
Ii is .. at to ie*.

search or dry shelter, wrappeo
a to hand.
I :
To aid ihe i eautu
voluntary
rts ol tut
any have
tone tO work settioi: Up
. i bebuj dis-
', ibutad
,. i Here i be )
unh betas
.crji hundred i
fore the wind to be washed ui>on
land ,
Molasses Enquiry
Commission Leave
One of the iie,c;;ites to the
Fanes aolaaaai Enojuln
sion and a Secretary left Barbados
. erdaj au route to I
They were Sir John Ball K<
Cruurtnan of the Commission, ard
Mi E neane. Secretary Mr
Oiiinllev Adams one of the dele-
gates., is due to leave tn-dy The
Other dielefato, Hon. J. D. Chand-
ler H.tC.i l*-*'l Barbados on
Wednesday.
The Commission will travel to
manv parts of Ciiinula ..lid e\i-(ts
lo return to Bnrbndos <
6lh
OFF TO CANADA
S4:i.000,000 Will Be
Spent Oh Water
Control In B.G.
GEORGETOWN. Ha;
sh GUIANA'S ntviaed U . Devatopme
bmitted to the l^Kislativi- Council thl
Include? S43.000.000 tor the firm par) o( .i compreh)
Urol lor the entire coastal area now be)in|
i i-'vernanent Conaulttafl Bngini Kn-ii
Hutchiruton,
tonomtc Adviser and Develop-
,, ,. mei. ConuHBlonai (scar Allan
Mil the Council this
jeoui'rv must look not onK to
^tx'ii ing revenue toi " p
i
B mg to the full all available
out- id capital Much
as Colonial and Ban aw log
' ^ i .....economic Co-
- And
olt spy -point four'
110,000 JOBS
VACANT
2 More Quakes
Strike Assam
. i
.
last night
tori

the i e tl!
.ierih loi! .
I
ported to
^roaion ol
River Brahmapulr.1 and its brlDU*
i

*
.
round that 10
r ihe river
bed away
'
- Rente
I


i ml Ihc
' : I ,

ill :i pie to 1111
i
-
ir.ru
T.io i ..' inciaJ i.
vauabla ri plannhii
I (iooii". of thb
I xnniedi
ball i nk tron
general i .mo ball
from the balance of the tounto
from Colonial
oient .,.. .'.. || r,
Thi be anca of $10,000,000 u t,
pond ins:
loan
.
iures thai countr) wl I have
. "t ,.. n,e and oi |9M more
i $12,000,000 n
ol a non-rccurrcnt nature
1 ,-.r :- vei" P'""
The United BtalM aOUfht Sat-I^W W.i0jl000 rrf the eoui.try',
> i. W allnratirm .rf Kl2.000.000
t .on ili'il XjO DlKCUHH
Muilchuriu l>oinbiii{!
V6700.000.000
FOR US. DEFENCE
WASH iv.
President Trum
a resolution glvn
to begin
I
tin- i itary Ap-
" appro-
n passed
i
llrwler.
, / into .led
in rgea ihat u s planes

The Bl
\ the urogranuno of the Council

i Friday.
- who had
U.e post ll d blockerl
. !-.
low Up tno

I
Jebfa i" Ambaaaa-
M Chang of the itepub-
nth Korea lo sit at the
i .hie before Malik could
object When Malik did object,
' i him down 9 to
I.
.in Introducing a
i i ul of a tWO i'i .u> Corn-
R< pre* ta.
live* oi San i die to look
'
trulrr
S|H-lll
nudei iha
v eomn "
llrifOetunateb Sio.ooo.ooo u not
.....BBdl UJ mecl .11 new capital
equirernenb dated i. i." le^n than
M'tnoo ooe
)' r new or the remaining
fehemes put down for Ihe flrtl
1917 Ml and
*vi.oon,ooo for Bchernei put down
I
Cin Preaa,
SlradivariuH Will
Provide S<:holar8liip
Ubai -N. s'pt. 2.
Sir Nigel Ronald. Hntish Am-
'} Portuguali
by air to-Jay with the UO.OOO
Vlollncellu belonging to |h< i
cellist OuUhermina Suggla who
died ul Oporto on July 13 The
cello, n Sfradirortm will bl
in Kuril.' 'i nd tin monej grveri
Muale fi!
Quill P Suggia
srho)nn"hip" for ce In
Kruter.
Build Up Of
Ground Forces
Needed
MACAKTHUR
l.AKi lUCCI s. Sept a
UacArthui
ad todaj us ho nurd reeort t-
um United -
.ii Korea Uiat his "graveat con
eern is for a prompt buildup ot
Uta* now ouUiuntbei ett groun*-
dea in- i
i poll to

>f Britain
-ust 1.
I Mae Art'iur naid tha:
o 11 ihe period undei pi rlgf
'I" i .e- dl playrtl 1.) Um-
\ . m<>. Fores" lie gve thif
i ihc I*, itiim of Mih-
i -1 aid Air Force*
"' i nMed Nat ons Arm.
"' i tlll ouinunilen-il and
'one were reijuireri to emidu I
ome -ti.it.-nn wtthdrawah Th'
-.itiil Nalloni bas* area has
bean iiwieaiMaiilliigl> n-duced.
The Muni OOndl&oni of rnmno
combat hove hi-en considerable
tob-lined.
"The United Nations treatment
neci ol war conrd
:
DMtad Nations naval
' mtlnue then
nlaajoni with |n<
MMH "In I ill i>; i


cent mil. or need 1
'
ihe repuolli of 1

< o-orrlinatioti
Air United Nations Ui powej
i.s groenng in siiengtii and eitoc-
treaneai partaeulariy m the cap*-
M
t i>-'iiiiio.ttii>o i--i. sen grouno
iii.i in iinlti ii unprovlni the
1 -. in clos
ninpoii With ground units.
General Mac Arthur raid that
i DmmunM lactii I i
rot inn intimidation" United
Nations lee
ing lo evidence m-
reaatng in effectiveneaa.
I port idded The mfouii-
aUon I i, .v received on the die
and t> |.e mi unlti offen I b
ie* nations stapn
determined spirit In H
i lei "f the
Republic of Korea Thai n gratify-
(Hi
Mill feel ll .
' thai i
my duly to report
n diuM in
Ithoul delay f Ihii
Uo.it lo iniein.ii'iooi security I*
olved promptly "
.port Mild thai in the Nonh
', ., i ,. ,ii rea < troo)
Hot reported
'; orde
-
. tt in.oi.ition and in de-
f tl......ntry they were
| '. ..1 skill
i neraj Mai
A. our Ik) -Keaier.
Cretan Juliet
INlarriesKomeo
iikiakijiin. Crete, Sepl i
n< autiful n eai -"i'i
i-tni Uon
hii.ught this llland to the brink
iv11 -v.u wh et fret I la
n- Ing hei appar"
\ i ,'
i ten day*
figo, the i in.it'- 00-
weao "nit two famluei hai
tened lo flare up into open
?reek Ooe-
, ,,,,i .. ;' I,, n lu..r
uidi r M dor General to nnd the
n Rome i and .lohei" in
bell mountain retreat
L i i Ighl U-" darmc foilowci
1 inttantlne'i
rother, and cllmbi d ihe nK-k%
In discovet
wanted b
'i abductor.
Her father and family had
must bo
to ituiiiv If the girl wn
willing but If she WBi not. .h.
wai to I* freed.Ri-ai-r
(H> .11 I.IAN RATIOS)
TOKYO, BMt X
AMERICAN TANKS rumbled forwara toaay
against a weakening Communist onslaught
along the blaiing SO mile United Nations "west
wall" in Korea.
The 36 hour massed Communist offensive,
though over running several American positions
has achieved only one major penetration and cap
tureii some relatively useless Hat ground east of
the Naktong River iccordinp, to the latest front
line reports.
American rese- os which held back until the
pattern of the Northern 57th Division's offensive
became clearer, wei p expected to be hurled in at any
moment. They had then fanned out north of the
town and were fighting along the road to Chang
nyong seven miles to the north.
ii.-ii--ul MacArthur'i Hadqu*rteri here Ihrt
ly blackout over thi warto-oai therogulai H
1 >r I r conflning hinuelf to H) Ing thai the I |
w i itlll fluid, "hut on the way -, I '
.ii. I [htlng w.i- repoiu?d ragli
the 'toil-nil d daft nee fine gejgt tn the Maktonj Rivet
i .il1 -.in Northern attack blunted by h< a> j glau
l'lii Coirtmunlst Headquarters were believed to be out
ich with many of their tdvaiMlng or Infll
columna
11, Dance
I,ilr RBO | a lerrain
rhleh could oojj. bare ww de-
fi i dad "i treiuiiaa.
In Ihe SoejVh where the Nam
. ml N.ikti.ng Bivei no-el ll
Northern lunge be-
United Stales Second
and 2Mb n Dot v. i
|.i I'd eomi'letelv eloieoated and
OTt WO......uiiler-attiicking
Reds Pushetl Back
in uus bo i Um Com-
i.iumsii made their mnjor pene-
liallon yealer.1... Ih< Nth Anagri-
i i
jammuiUav. two mllea back and
had raocoupled formet posiiioiis
around Chlndong Ni, -even miles
louthweat -t ng enemy group whlvti
had inhllnited to the rear.
Of*! "ii ine Rast Coast, 'it/, tn
Koreans weie Mill attacking north
of I'ohung covering the io.nl down
to Puaan ta recapture Ki
tnuea Ii I
kwthern Divisions sup-
ite.i l,> wn American Hegi-
inent hml made general ailv.uue
2.000 to e.eoc-yarrHi
Reporta of the numbei 4 Oh
oons which Iha CommjnlsLi had
ihrown Into then ofjanelei were
inevitably confusing.
Calculation at the Bgfath Army
Hi .iiio tan In Korea | I Sm
i i ilie and one armoured
divkoon, while Tokyo inteiiigener
11 mated Northern forces
today at five divisions with an
armoured divuuou ix-ing uaed
place.....*d
The Sixth and Seventh Com-
unltl Divisions had been
oi.ii-ieii. it was believed, ta oap
me Masan. nd the Fourth to
ut the Masaii-Tucgu road in the
Vongaan area
Communists were using tank-
iii then uffenslve.
the numbei > only a frac-
"f v bid Ihey wmld have
go tn Ofncer said.
-Renter
GJg W in Back
Yongsun
4 KtV MACARTN^V
NAKTiN>. i-.ri.i.i:. Begd |
Orun taoed American GJ.'i
ttieii then wej bai Into UM
lacing lillagH i r ifi uj an oai I)
oday after hand to hand Dgfhttng
Ith Ciitnmunisl 'iniiile" M|uad-
I'h.' ( ommumst
oi r.n .i fevi houi
1 tuggH in their fui
rroea ihe Naktong River Aroer-
'......ml biought
'ice- i" a halt In n..- -m.iii )i->
i the vlllag<
Communieta drove one and a
df mllea up ., knoll rnajgned '>
nglneere and killed four i: I ;
cfora they were thrown back In
erca hend to hand Bghtlna
PoUowing up tin engtneert'
American tank, rumbled
'.lo vilUgn 11......gh ;i.ets lilt'
i d wiUi dead Communlsui.
..f smoke-
1VJ inaehlni'-guns on
wheels, abandoned by North Ko-
reans, tanks fanneil ..ul uorUi
lino of the read leading

i ompank i m pfl ui
Ihe N.ikt.mg bulge opposite YOng
ret foughl lh
hall i
ate age
First Visit Since 1922
i Tn. ArgonUne i ul en Le
arrived hen U I
morning on a mne-dav COUrtOfl
I
rhl i iha Aral Argenttno war-
i 0 UJ visit Coiienhaget, u,,.-
Itruter.
There's No Bar Between British And
MR JOHN SAINT and Mr. E Deant Uavlng

been hts <
set up an 'hoc
I
The mas I




I
. .

ing to Opposition Lead. ,
Salui
'
I



iU'i char-
Ad lack
houghl in not spend.
hUJ Mri' frrr-i
the fighting broke out Attlee
Russian Trade
We ensre told that a bai-
'hough d WOUld
Inter would be
a]
bad the raOjMQgt for an
Infantry *
No Ilesiluliuii
i heel<
tation. ChurcfdU knows ihi<< quite
"ell bul M not much
good giving him information"
Attlee aald I
'oit.i' dtu i^.tentlally
dangorow I thai n was
Vtth friends
nnd allies to hi
strong enough to detei
" He had

Ing *peerh bOCaUM DO did no*
' re useful.

that Parliament should I
recalled for ils emergen
September 12th Attlee old that
the Government w: s preparing
in I profiaauni
11 Iho, gtit it better
l: i have a
..I DM)
'II nit e,

... bed I'l'i'",
'. i i.ll ribe hirn H (' Attlee
i I
Rawl IHamrl
i
fot Britain?)
nnlng and

Ihat the llio
Ufl the
which

v orld Including their own.
id no ag-
gremive i everyone
rrmly rc-
,vn way
h
K:omlin understand both these
.. i- Atiee added.
| tl i ii leaders

heir i* '

ild to us<
1.....

retard of life ano
Ihl | ippli M of the
t. mmon |>eople Instead of waiting
arrnarnenti T i
U that wo are prepared a
any time to discuss with then.
fully all dlfferencei it h not
( place-
Ail thai || required
.III.
We do not geek ta
internal affairs of Itus-
1 a if Ua lelieve thai
Inelr ajafeai hi iiest let them oob-
rOfk it out in their own
country if it i so food let m tU
-*ulta.
. -ee what
.. no fear
omparlson"
Krutrr.
THE POPULAR
K. W. V.
once more uvuiluhle
Already very popular in many countlieg thai
K.W.V Kau da Cologne I lining u>\
incre;ised demand ovel Ml
Mode from Ihe purest and most fracrant oils
produoed in Europe and with the addition f pure
rapc .spirit, ihis Kau de Cologne has ..
fragrance unexcelled by an) oUh ra Di lu'htfully
rofreahing in this hot weather, it ii indispensable
for that final touch tn the toilette '<,,,, toi i really
ood after-shave lotion
In |*OS*i 4'/. and So/. Itotll' -
.


PACE TWO
SlAli \Y AI>\IK \|1
SUNDAY. SII'TIMUIK ::. IT."
PLAZA OMn:
-UMMnwar
4.AILTY (Tht Garden) ST. I\M;S
IO-1IM SIMIAV ]RD. 5.09 I'M A K ."" I' M
.....Ml OF IOVIV
MOND4.V AMI lll^liU HI* f.M.
ii:ssk .1 AMIS'
NM.U MNfE
mii i i-m m--in


i Ma
' Hoy gp-ln*Fr A Ml
"'Mill*
Da-Kknc Iran S- S
2 l-Nim I*
RSTIiXaHMKNT* ON SA1 ML
FMmtm Iml1- Vui m-*.**
a # *-in
USEFUL ITEMS FOR THE HOME
IRON BEIISTKADS
3 ft. 0 ins; 3 II. C ins:
III. Sins.
KITCHEN CHAINS
GALVANIZED BATH PANS
18 ins: 24 ins; M Ins.
galvanized buckets
10 ins; 14 ins.
COAI, POTS
13 ins; 14 ins.
BUCK POTS
3-Gallon
COOKING POTS
2-f.allon; 3-Gallon
PLANTATIONS LIMITED
IMIilMIHl.s
AMATElR BOXING
ASSOCIATION
Hi. KxrrUncu
MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
' HUM
MOKDAY, September 4th
8 p.m
I atti i>l |fc< liii i
I ;
THRILUNC COh TUTS
Bagd jfiU i>lay
Bar Ugh1
Ringside ||, Ring Circle It,
'CIS |
i oi ii nous
cum
A VKI llrtttMIV* polt
moi iikiirri
. C'tKipl*.
IIOI "Kl.l-ll
ASST MANAt.lR
ST PfclXR
MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER
EMPIRE----*ow STOWITW & COYTINUING
FOLLOW I III' HOW II-V1A! & NIGHT SHOWS DAILY
V (aAW^ is in town
in DAVID O. SELZNICK'S production of ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
the PARAPINE CAS
IT'S THE BIGGEST SHOW IS TOWN
.,-+*,',', wvwv
, . -^--W-X^VOCV^WW-aV
>4
Yield I!
SEEDS
BRIGGS
STEELE
THERE IS A REAL
DIFFERENCE WITH
We have a Fresh Stock of
BEET, CUCUMBERS, CARROTS. CABBAGE, 8? nd
LETTUCE, TOMATO, BUTTER BEANS 16*" per pk.
GARDEN TOOLS
FORKS, SHOVELS. RAKES, WATERING CANS. SHEARS
AT
THE CORNER STORE
HIS F..V IK GOV-
('COniLMMl.i
Den is am' Savage*.
parents, Mr an Mrs H<
attended the oftY >al "r*nin. < < th
new Plaza The.itr.- Bridgetown
'>y young V
tens, son of Hi and Mrs. Ronnie

'lv j'lint Managing Dlftci
Caribbean Thcntr*
In Time For The R^ca
MB. and Mm Cynl Fl*
thru II *
Ml 1 I x'*
Flctchei mother retained
(Yinidad
ipcndlng .1 holiday In Barbadoi
They were hoping to S I
Trinidad, in time for the Race.
Alao lavir.g yaMerda-
same plane waa Mr. Curtiaa Hk.
who has been holidaying 1
wife and two son* remained on
r a longer holiday
Venezuelan Senorifas
pOUR VENEZUELAN SJ
aV in"
d.W I A

oados. They wen Mis# <
crochet. MbM Raw 1
-ui*a farm
Fiiiieioa They wcrr m
Airport b> Hi Arthui I
nd -I ihe I. if
.,',. I'.,! -
nen and Ros have .au rathe*
1V Or*
1 h. 1 n I ti
n ,
Vti i'.-. ,
Wat In Canada
MM BOPHII KINCH. widow
oi the- lata Mi C H Kirwh
eturncd yesterday monutw i\
r.C.A, ater spending
QcUiib Qalilnq
RETURNING u Canada yesterday arai-nias r>v T K were Mi
Johnson mid Mi John (fooding. All *rt Mil. P
John ic *tiut\]iiK Mrdn-iiu.
Mbw M.iiiiret Mini III Mr Pcur F.nB
i.iiynkg aawlaaartai
. Mr. "Tony
md Tony and
Up For The Week-end
man GEORfil 1 VSDON .-1
. !
For a CareerDancing
Ml'* A UOWDINC -"
M
UABTEB WAYNE OITT^IM in Sotti-h kiltit. prMflnta a banket
Of flowers t Hn Sav"i,o 111 tJ-e l.jhby oi the new I'lain. Brldsetown
laat night
r u 1 aafcaa, For ""rison College
W11 Here In 1947 jn .1 w ricx ma Triniu
MIPS NORA JAMES, who 1V1 1 .1 .
la*f tol Onl-
nvc-i fram in; on Thurad ij from
aftcrnooii by H W.I A. 10
Han
','. rl He* I
M.n.inR Director Returns ' " "^
it* Miinjiginn iim- ; of trie Headmaster of Harrison CoUagu
Barbados Telepliun.-r, i.-. i. who and Mlw \v. .vho Is nu
spent a few dny in Bjib.1.1.* st.. v Miltraai &
Ing at '.In- M.inne lintel. 1 turn
[6 Trii Idad vr . 1 ruj by
mdav, b) 11 W I A. to JVaV her daughter. Margo.
-i>rn weatr-end wltn Ml wife among the pa^nengers leaving by
and family ;it 5^tndhur5t. St Law- TCJ TWTimg rtaaQ
rcnee Gap whari<
will study .dancing as n
1 Sh* will ba going to 11
urifing netuMil Jut| outside ten-
don, which was formerly run
Bromef*. Mrs
rsjl Liming 10
. !:s tune
Bock 10 ScViool
ISS MAHdARET MU1R.
daugbtar ..t Dt .nut lira
A. P. Mult, alter spending two
la In Barbados wuh
bei partmbL left yestarday morn-
11 ] by T('A fof Canada, and
-
Atlantic f.n ..... 1* k whan 9f
iies to m'Iiix'I
Scotland
Studying Engineering
MmtR FARMER retum-
i 1 10 can
D) TIA to
..
has been for the pa*'.
1 in is study.ni;
KngineeiL. 1,. the son 01
Mi and Mr- C 1 far mar o*
'i ihurch.
J'doa Riflr Team Returns
SIX MEMBXRS of the Barbadu*
Hifte u-iiTi to Blalty, returncl
from EiiKland un the Golllto'
yeatarday They ware Major J. fc.
Orlfflth. Major A. S W.m.i,
Captain C .( E. Wariui. Lt. J M
cave. U C B Nebleii tad air
T A. 1. Rob)
Lt.-Col J Council, the Captain
0J the team and Mrs. Connrll havo
stayed on for a longer period and
are dua raturn ^ometime in
Octobar.
After Tobago Holiday
AFTER a holiday in Tobago.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Level and
ticir two sons Pat and Peter
returned to Barbados yesterday
awning by B.W.I.A. Mr. Leyel
tary of the Marcannla
i ml Shipping Assik taiion.
To Study Medicine
MR. tonv 1
son of Mr and Mrs Alban
Johnson of "Dunkirk
Gardens, left for Canada
iv T.C.A, all.i
Bununar holidays um. b&
nmg to MeGill 1
fctud.v medicine. He told Cam,
that he does not expect to be dov -,
next rear for the Summer ho;,
riayj
tie is a mainber of tba F1m
Fish Water Mo Club, and |
*c,im will no dottbt miss bin .
.pit bM k line
Here For Two Week.
ANYONE who has bean to -j.
Queen's Park Hotel In Tri.
uPd will know Mr Allan Vl.
for he has been wnrhlnr. thi
in the office for many yc.
Ysatdtgby morning hr arn.
ban by BW.l.A. and eapect
be In Barbados for twu wo ,
He is staying at Hm
hotel.
To Join Hit Family
ARRIVING yesterday mom.
by B.W I A. from .
was Mr. Gordon Griffith 1
i- over to join hu> \.
and family, who arc alrt V
I olidaymi; in
Oratm who is with the lv
bank ol C.i ..'I.. In PoH oj 8
espeets to be here i>i :
Spent Honeymoon Here
MR ... t m, h a id
who h,iv been .-,
their honeymoon bi Bai I
turned t<- Tilnltlad veatcr t-,
rnonung b> B.W.I A iiu
uh., is ., 'Bajan.' is with th.- r;.
Standard Oil Co, in Port < f s
Thev wer-? staying at Cacrsb.
Station Manager Returns
MR. BILL' STUART. Statl
Manager. T.C A in,
rota nod fragi b
vuUi :.. Canada ytaterdt
log by T.C A
of
I.W.I.A.
Left Yetterday
MR. JOHN OOOD1NG
Mi and Mn w t Ooodiag
ol Stronwhope. St Thomas re-
iturncd to Canada
|fg by TCA. John, who h
ridiiiK st n nea ti MeOlU
rtturnfn trine.
Engaged
THE i-ngaKciiu
nouacad boCworn Ml M i
ma Oatkln, younga i daughter ol
Mr. and Mr*. Dudley <; |
"Hi'H'.wi." Th
Ltroy aittam youngosl on of ...
Mn OlltetM of West bury Hoad. ii',.llir
god ma labj mi Chant. CJKtao
To Trinidad For The
Week-end
On Throe Months Holiday
I EAVING B.nLiido-i yesterday
-* mom i d Ihret
i lonthi hpudaty m Iho UJL was
She Irl
nad

terehant bi Montreal
I.
box ilaughter. who n
nursing nt tna Ro3Nl
i'.burgh, and she
En CO who will Ik- on holiday
i Mr. in ] v,..,, i
iii. Black Wi
M" I'ETER LACY left SottTa
f ll':Vmi,|mi" ha B.W.I.A
to spend the WOOfe-Ond
da.l II, ,.,.,. ,s ,
Wednesday.
Jutt Finished School
Miss QOaUAN bf;njamin
who hat |uat Bnumi
it Badnilngton. England. BlTtVtd
I'i mi- tr j tnd M i V
n on Benjamin of "Kr 1<
Hall Tei
Mr KONME iim.hi-
For Combermcrc
MR. RONNIE HUGHES, was
one of the three passenger).
[ for Barbados arriving by T.C.A.
yesterday morning. At the begin-
ning of the new school >, |
me will Utha up a teaching ap-
pointment ti Camnermon School
Hu last visit to Burbuiii -
1947.
Mr Hughta, who has been liv-
ing In Toronto, obtained his B A
Ian June. He arrived from
Toronto vu Montreal
LADY SEBL arrived fiom Engl
waa met on board by 8lr Oaorge.
iirriv i] i.t the Baggage Wartbou**
To be Married on Saturday
REV. H. ST. C. TUDOR, son of
d Mis II A Tudor of
the Ivy, returned from England
l into." Ac-
cornpanying bun was his iiancec.
Miss Pamela Stanford, daughter of
Mr. 1! t; Stanford of Richmond.
Suir.y ..nd the late Mm. Stan-
ford.
Rev Tudor who left Barbado'
in November 1946. obtained his
Bachelor of Divinity with second
class honours and also got his
Tear**" n" Diploma at London
l*i entity.
For the r>a.t three years, he was
*!'-' at St. Michael's.
tow in the Diocese of
Chrlmsford. County of Essex. He
ID i a bt joining ihe staff of
College as Chaplain
Miss Stanford who got her B A.
ii HlttOO with, second class
honours and her Teacher Dtp-
Is ma. London University, also hat
.1 Diploma in Theology. She will
DO taking up an appointment ns
History Mistress at St. Michael's
Girls School.
Rev Tudor and adlai Stanford
Hi l.....tarried at St. Michael *
on Saturday morning at
Quito .i number of Rev. Tudor^
and friends were at tlm
iggagc Warehouse to welcome)
nd yesterday by the "OolAto" and
They are pictured here on their
MADAM
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
4..>U.mi,.,!. AI ii in in iu iii ami
I ><;ii.h llcil Sinks
SI/ES 2* ins x 14 iiu.. Zi gag, x 16 bis.. 30 ins x U Iiu.
I ;n tin ii..-ii Sinks
21 Iiu. x II Ins.
gglga*
Alliitliitililii Sinks
COMI'l.FTI WITH DlttlMIOAKII-.
Only 873.27 Each
THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
Engineer At The Utine
MR. JOHN BRINDI.EY. '
arrived from Trinidad i
terday morning by B.W.I.A. ._
rrnm Derby, England, and has been
living In Trinidad for almost a
year He is an Engineer at the
Usinc St. Madelaine He is here
for two weeks, staying Bt Cacra-
hanh. John used to know many
Barbadians when he was in Eng-
land, and also has many friends
here.
Here for a month
MR. and Mrs. Hugh Bt
rived from Trinidad on Fri-
day by B.W.I A to spend ..
month's holiday In Barbados. Tin
il his second visit here and hi
wife's first. He is a Governnn i
Official in Trinidad. They will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. I>
Evelyn at -Ryd.il Wai-1
Stream,
Farewel. Party
*R AND MRS. Pcrclval Stew -
*** art were hosts at their home
"Arcanum." Uarbarecs Hill on
Monday evening at a Farewel!
Party, given In honour of Mi-
Paulina Savarin. Mrs. Octav i
Borlrand of Dominica and M'
C P Blnke ol Trinidad
Frustrating
A BUSY man these days Is Mr
Charles Mills, who Is In
charge or the welfare of West In-
dian students In England. He wa-
asked last week how he liked lu<
lob and he replied "O I like it vei ,
much. It is very interesting bur
it has its frustrations." One ma-
jor difficulty, he explained, was
rinding accommodation for ftu-
dents who were formerly deal*
with by the British Council. Quit,.
a number, particularly medical
lind on arrival that they do no-
have enough money to complete
ihor course and then Charles i
called in to try and to solve then
problems, "it s not always oaay".
. *Va' Vbut wc d<> wl>at we cat.
'.I !'..!
To Take Up Appointment
A MONO the passengers leaving
7 .., Thur!"'y by B.W.LA. foi
Briush Guiana waa Mr. Colin
Moore until recently an Assistant
Master of Combermerc School n.*
has now gone to take up an ap-
pointment as Examinations Secre-
tary In the Education Depart-
ment.
Ladies9 Undies
Panties
Slips
"BESTFORM"
BRASSIERES
& GIRDLES
Bras.___$1.10; 1.69
sir :rj" :"
91c. 1.01
$1.62, 1.76, 1.79
1 Evans and
! Whitfields
1 Dial 4606 or 4220
I
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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, l:.u
SUNDAY ADVCX All.
i- \c.i niKF.i:
At I li. I in.nia :
A GALA
MR. 2ANUCK TELLS MR. RANK
OPENING
.. ii.
Last night was the gala opening of the new Plaza Theatr-;
in Bridgetown, when the management presented a scintil-
lating, colourful, musical extravaganza "I-ook For The Sil-
v.-r Lining." Based on the life of the late Marilyn Miller,
who. in the '20's and '30's was the darling of Broadway, and
played the leads in such shows as "Sally." "Sunny," and
"Aa Thousands Cheer." it takes us back to Ibe nevi r-u>-i>
forgotten golden era of the Gri-at White Way.
At that tun*, fabulous Broad- EVALYN" no* pla> mg .1 Aqu*u.
way probably reached iu peak ui Club, an iimuilnf and entertaining
musical ihows, and all the gla.n- film In thi-. mnlun Cinder-Hla
our and atmosphere of thai apark. story, a gambler assume* the up-
ling period are retained in Mi* bringing of the daughter of a deal
pr2?uclil>n- '"'' '' -** '"*<->. to fa>l
The atory commence, with in love with her Thia may
Marilyn at the tender age of 14 not sound v.:
or is. with pig-Uils, becomiiw but according to rep>
me fifth member of her family's various episode* from the |M'l
vaudeville act However, bar rirn wl'-i.pse of the world after her
chance to really show her talent* sojourn in an orphanage to her
comes unexpectedly when her strong disapproval of the gambler'*
father develops mumps and gen- way of lifeare expertly and
cruusly shares tliern with her precisely arranged. The dialogue
mother and her two MMem, |hus is natural and keep* thlnga mov-
preventing their appearance in ing, and lh charatterizutiofa are
the act During their abaenco well done.
Marilyn geu the chance to dan. o jeHn Symmonds as Evalyn (a.
witn the great Jack Donohue. attractive and charming and
thereby firmly .setting her dancing Stewart Granger's Adam ihu
feet on the road to fame Later in gambler, is competent, though DM
England with her family, she is ^ung , ometJmes sl.gh.1;
offered a part in a Broadway mechanical.
show, and plays her first stellar This is the type of light comedy
part opposite the man she even- m which ,he Bntllh cxcei and
ually mirnej. Prom there on. ^ou^ be a pleasant and divertm::
her life Is one success after an- PVenin' fare
other at she rapidly climbs thr
ladder of fame and popularity to
become the toast of Broadway.
Throughout the whole of this I" "THE PARADISE CASE"
very theatrical nlm. practically Alfred Hitchcock has again scored
all of which is taken in the one of his brilliant successes and
theatre either during rehearsal or ''is faculty for creating suspense
during scenes from various Zieg- and dramatic tension, which has
feld shows, there is a most made him one of the most out-
friendly and unartiflclal atmos- standing Mm directors, are pai ue-
phere, due probably to the devo- ularly evident in this mystoiy
lion and loyalty of Marilyn's drama Skilful timing of move-
family 10 her and her friendship ment and pointing of lines, to-
with Jack Donohuc. However, gcther with his unerring; dramatic
Ifafjft k no mistaking the thrill of use of lighting all contribute to
the footlights, the reactions of the making this film a tense and grip-
audience and all the thousand and ping production,
one things that make up life in In brief, the story concern* the
the theatre. Ial of Mrs Paradine. young and
,. S* wYrr plD>" lhe part ol dutiful, who has been charged
Marilyn Miller and her winsome- with the murder of her blind hui-
nesS and beauty, together with a band, Colonel Paradine She is
pair of twinkling feet make her defended by Antony Keane
a natural for this role. Charles brilliant voting lawyer, who falL
Jiuggles, as her comedian father in love with his client. His defence
and manager is obviously well by trying to place the blame on
cast and enjoys himself tlior- me dead man's valet produces a
oughly. Ray Bolger plays the startling denouement and the in-
famous dancer and life-long fiance of Mr*. Paradine on the
f'lend of Marilyn-Jack Donohue. people most closely connecte I
Hu dancing |B as always, amazing with her trial, make thia an
KVJSUStLXSi Eg" ttnd &UBpen"fu, murdor
moat eccentrk- danc*r" on tha
stag* today. Alan* with all thi.. rrom the galaxy of stars taking
he is a clever romedian and makes part. It Is Impossible to single on:
full use of this talent as well. Will any one as being better than the
Rogers. Jr flashes on the screen others. Gregory Peck gives a
in one sequence, playing the pan highly sensitive and skilled per-
01 his father, complete with lariat. lormanec as Antony Kcane, who
and the resemblance between the nearly wrecks his home and his
two is unmistakable. law practise through hut love of
A number of song hits of twenty Mrs. Paradine. His questioning of
years ngo take another bow in this the valet during the trial, when
.howthe title hit "Look For The e succeeds In breaking down the
Silver Lining 'Time On My evidence of thi witness and forces
2?" -.ygr- ."""""JT ""I "* a confession, la particularly well
Kiss In The Dark and manv ef done, and never does he lot his
ua will remember with pleasure- cting become either mechanical
able nostalgia when these tunes r , r hild a^,,, Todd as hia
first came out. wlfe who knows that sho can
The settings and photography 3 ,"" hu.biidlonly It her
are delightful and even the i- V*1 ""'* ""* ""'"'1 nd
tumes of that time, when women s shieare porformanea. As Lord
styles were awkward to say the Hornclu. the Judge, Charles
least, and their waistlines had Laughton is. In tum, lecherous.
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs
The Verandah Garden
Only one soap gives your
skin tlii>s exciting Bouquet
I-.
-he
Mstogrthui.
Darryl f. ZaaiKk, c*ckta>l |Ijm, <.i<.r lh m -ood, who produced flaky, puti over a point to B-, Rank, at reception givaa by Mr. Zsnuck at Clarlage lorn do* Hi" n from Holly. ain's | Artfcat > I.'NM.
.(ail from
,K-rivi- | innliltii ||hj
many gardi
Hi 111 .111111' .1" .IV Mtg
Yet 1 home without
I a garden is hardly
< < -rnvlete, and for tho^e gardener*
task] feel thev want PMIWlhllH
and yet cannot Ucklr a baj giir-
den. the answer is the \ KUAN
DAM GARDKN '
It is surplslng what interest and
pleasure can be derived out of
even a few pots of plants on the
Verandah, and what an attractive
home-like atmosphere they will
.ive to a house
Pahni and Kerns
l'-lins anil Perns make ideal
Verandah plants, and with ihu
help of a plant stand, .md a Blota-
stone or two. a moat aRistlc
"CtHiiar" can be arranged, giving
plenty of scope to the gardeners
ingenuity in arrangement, and
"it/i 1 minimum of labour, satis*
ymg that urge to grow thing*
thdi every garden lover has A bit
of colour among the green of the
films and ferns adds greatly U>
tha beauty of this In-dot-r garden
African Violets give a splash of
1 iclt colour, .md they are easily
grown from any leaf, and do well
in the locally made pottery
SAUCERS". These plants should
be carefully watered with a Ano
p-UlHUl n e*
betM you
BW "ill hitmi .ilt Rts drc-ma. ha

H*lhrith<. .i-hinrreBoiH|ufl Soap
gad] m 1
dcurable. aaouil H
ACTRESS WANTS
TWINS
(By MARALYN MARSH)
HOLLYWOOD
Sultry Jam- Grevr let it be
known today that she ha> em-
barked on the "Grcer Better
Baby Plan" in which she will
"have pictures between baUaa,"
maybe as many as 12
Tha torrid temptress discoursed
on her shift from reel-life men-
ace to real-life mother.
J.-ine has set her sights and no
movie "plums'* can make her de-
part from It. Nowadays, it la
fashionable for stars lo have
babies. But In the Gloria Swan-
son Pola Negri days the vam-
pires shuddered at tha word
"baby". Babies and fjag
not mix, movie moguls decreed
then.
Hul still, Jane said, most female
stars limit their little ones to At
with their careen.
The beautiful Grcer head shook
a vehement nay and sputtered:
"Not 1 Ai present I have two
boyi and I Intend to keep having
babies until 1 get a galif I have
to try 12 times."
The curve pitcher, whose IIS
pounds have not varied an ounce
with either child, and spuu*a
Edward Lasker have started on
the "Better Baby Plan" with Al-
bert, two vears, and Lawrence. 10
months.
An gorgeous Jnnle l>oiI It down.
dropped like the stork market, are
attractively designed.
From start to finish, "LOOK
FOR THE SILVER LINING" is
excellent entertainment, with
.sdistic and cold-blooded. Hi
unpleasant ogling of Miss Todd
his contempt for his wrife and
his stinging sarcastic rebukea in
the courtroom all go to make
plenty of humour, amusing a character that is superbly por-
dialogue and good dancing. A trayed by Mr^^mighton_,E."
ilrst-class choice for the opening Barrymora as tug oppreavad! and
of Barbados' r
"Adam and Evalyn"
Light coinady and romance,
together with a knowledjagbla
handling of actors .me material b.'
the director make "ADAM AND
fear-ridden wife, gives, as
t finished chnracterizatioii.
_.. stara in this production
are Valli. as Mrs paradina and.
Loub, Jouid.ui as the valet Both
llent. Valli has aU the
poise and anurance necessary for
a rolo of thia kind, as well an
beauty, and her performance la
realistic and intriguing. Jourdan
portrays the tulien, smouldering
introvert with pasalon as well aa
restraint. Charles Cobuon rounds
OUl thai cast and, as the friend of
both families, who tries to sav*
Keane's marriage, he l sincere
and symonthetlc.
The settints. wliith
k.me cases authentic and in other*
mitheniically reproduced, an-
allstic nnd well (tone, and the
musical background has been
skilfully used to build up ension
and drnmatic emphasis.
TUF PARADINE CASE" will
hold your interest throughout.
and the brillinntly enacted court-
mom drama make* It a film lo ?*
reeommorided.
her babv programme consists of
having two images close together,
waiting a year or so. then plotting
two more-then two moreand
so on. One of ijer ambitions, be-
Ib h-iving a girl, is to have
twins.
Just how will 'he Ugdg
hict with her career? 1* Greer
dews nut know, nor does she cara.
She U RKO's hottest celluloid
"heavy" and one of gUtterland'-
most .siz/hnc glamour gals, with
her talents in big demand to-day
Still, the babies come first.
When Jane was on Mexican locs-
n-n Pi -etitly for "THE BIG
STEAL" she was expecting.
Wow. that was murdertha
hi -it unl lo will me, especially
glssM 1 bad 10 be cinched In con-
slanlly with one of those iron-
clad eoneta. Every half hour
I -I iii '.ui- un- (in l tjiisilhci."
laughed the little vampire with
the big sense of humor. She con-
tinued.
1 have a trick thoughtI nU>-
bod hard candtea all the time, and,
baUaya it r not, that kept me from
l>ulng akfc and I only gmned 20
pounds."
Jane Hunks every actress should
have babiestile more the bettec
She cited Maureen O'Sulllvan ana
her brood of six as proof and
added:
"Babies give an actress added
dimonsloiiI mean, valuable ex-
perience. They keep her from
If-eerilrcil ."
A Miuawl from upstairs nnd
J.me iMBapad I" her fe.'t As she
leaped up the stairs, he tossed
over her shoulder:
".> what I >ean?"
TRfe- vambOIA
POST OtilCf 8/WWK
WM
j V> -C"atff^i
tW-jI Y/
* t'UOifc PtOrLr SMUT TIKrl mnv All In Favour
VANCOUVER.
Hoy Porter, cinema openilor at
the Lulu Theatre, Vancouver,
wanted >: "" '' lkl' llllt '""'
ho had ?> have n Goveinment-
soonwred ueoret ballotof him-
. A H.m.M no secret, 10 In
favour of a strike
watering pot. hut avoid soaking
the leaven aa If thia la doao they
are inclined to go aoggy and rot
Coleua
Colcua is another easily grown
plant that looks bright. Any piece
grows, and to keep the plants
oun'hy. nip out the two top leaves
of each branch.
Poailion
Most plant.-, on a veranda*
do well on a westerly site, for
there they are sheltered from
the wind, and yet get the
afternoon aun. But thia is not
a "must" for it will be found that
some plants will do well in one
poalttotn, and >me :n another.
something which can only be
found out by little knowledge
and by personal exi>erience.
If the Verandah n \ery expos.
e-i, often .1 M-ieei 1 Lattice can
he arra:ucad. or a vne Hailed on
to a few laths or snips of wire
-ill give protection from excea-
ive wlnda
Man ..1. Baskets
Hanging Wire Baaawts ol Firm-
er Asparagus are .hHrmmg. and
add gret.tly to the Verandah Gar-
den. i%ch.minae, ...... h 11. |ul<
Pansy-liKe fiowera, nr"
Hanginf Baakati Thi 1
had In Mauve. Purple, I'lnk or
White, and look wrj ookwrful
Ariiintines arc grown from tilth
erf, and prefei a certain amount
of ghade Aftei BOwVrlng uH
plants require a rest
Verbena l of bright colfKirs will gjrow
Hanging ItaskeU 1
from February
montlis.
KEEP A BOTTLE OF
SACROOL IN YOVR
MEDICINE CHEST.
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On Rale at
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hi And bow wonderfully manageable Bryltuam nukes
your haii how o^onomK-al it 9. ii.. Hciiwi.k r the ipeedy,
creamy Uiher tuiu every type ol hair dry of Rieasy. dark or
fair. As loff Hr.Kv.uii anJ ice ho* baitratul youf hair can
bel In tubes, the kjnJy snd the Urgt txvmmiy site.
there's more foam in
Brylfoam
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I'M.I ml I!
st'Nn.w vnvocvrr.
SI VOW. SI I'll till
Atkinsons Score Centuries
MS*-'
TFfE 'i . -i.ui rflSS learn
Isreci
I am tol< d<.pt ins the umi-
hukh-lnu.li idiot 'in the matter that haa marked mom
of their Bl 'ears.
The Weil Indian cricket publii would be relieved la know that
wunr ronsi. Ihli matter and an announce-
ment in thai U" I""* was towards building up
i i !itup and would

aw *.' Indies cricket public.
NO OPPOSITION
I DO NOT think thai I against
IndlM players.
This has -mv of Wi .1 In
the pram has lurnad In a record performance'
.is well.
The Went Indie* frU I Hiis tour a sum that
must exceed EMMMO ling the*e circum-
stance* I ID* argument that ttwrs i no
prtvodent for the granting of a bonus to Went Indian amat<->.
apecious one.
ItlMOI'K TRUK?
IIIOPB the rumour la Board of Control
are favourably coiasklarlng the quSBtton to pay Hie player* a bonus
Is baaed on truth 1 d M Indlas Cricket
Board of Control have not made II possible f',r me to give my readers
an official assurance that this | a unturned
if it turns out that the protit* of this tour arc to be calmly pocketed
bv the Board and the players thamaalvea receive im nnaneinl benefit
One render has written to ask my opinion aa to whether I i
that Frankie Worrell is wls.- in .irrepfini; the invltiitlon to tour India
with the Commonwealth teem this
I shall be frank about the matter as most of my stauricnest sup-
porters would Motel dm to ba In the Aral Mac I think that it fc
unwise for Worrell to accept the invitation to go to India
WEEKRS TOOK TDfB OFF
1 made a Bunllat observation
LAST YEAR
Wt-ekes and was severely
ttgatrd tor it but w have all i
lived iu aaa Weekaa refuae the |
invitation, not on mj
but as 1 opined that hi
Bo was therefore BUnackantlj
< r ' luccessful tour in
India with tba Waal Indies and
a record season i
League to raturn to England and
score up to thai |
ii thnl
Worrell's case is wor^
though I am not loalD|
the fact that he is a married man
and a young man who DJ
a living, yet it would
I to bimsslf and to W( I
Indies cricket if he ow i
his physical pow
down.
Worrell to-dn>
one of ihe leading I
world and undoubted)]
bulwarks upon
strength of the H i
ling.
as *
ng bat*men in tlio
me of the I
which rosls the a*
Batsmen Enjoy ideal
Conditions
BATSMEN enjoyed themselves in
which obtained yesterday and at tht* Bay, the Atkinson
brother* (Denis and Eric) collected centuries it the tx- <
>f Pickwick.
All the games are in an interesting p Wanderer*, v. Pickwick
J'irkwlrk 114 and < for I wht.i ->l
Wandrrrr* ........ 374
by West
i rouodaf Danfa Aikn on
and hut brother Brie, an inleno-
lunlal player, enabled V.
to score 374 runs in their final m-
iings m reply to Pickwick's 114
acood day ol tha It Ural
Division match ended
M
Dank AtkinaoD who knocked up
.1) before rale 11
i is fours
and one six while '
fours Their parti ership I
210 runs T Blrkett and E Hood
took two wlckel
wlok
When stumps were dn>wi. rnt.-
wick hail scored 91 ru;
loss of one wicket aft. i kastedj
(hiaid Wood early for a duck.
A. Taylor has retired for 28 and
neti arc T Itirket!
(..mid Kidney with :17
When play beagan yesterday
Eric Atkinson and hi* brother
Lk-nls lontimied the first innings
for Wanderers with Eric 61 and 0.
Denis 44. Eric look the first over n,r*c, *
from King und continued to CON
fie.lv watls paid no respect to
any ol tha bovtflers and *oon *-*r>ton
reached Ma century with a full *rri*a>ii Cslleae
biuuded dnve to the boundary fur
The score-board then
SCOREBOARD
Wiik<* .tp-i
aok>u
PatfeM .0d"*'W
mat
D.vir. not out
\'kn.-..L b Hoad
n. : mm
\\ WIllRrKN

and b Maif)U
Taylor b Hirkrtt
Wmdi
K Mr-lit I
na*M
I II..1..
I..
K Will;.

4 H. Bai
c Bnm b Phillip* .
c Wi,i t, It,,: Up.
e Ataint b Smith
Cave lb v., b Bowan
ii.tp.-t c Ultima b Smilh
Gtlnl c Smith b Bowen
Dr.> ton I b w b Bmni
ri>ldi c Glltent b Bowtn
Al.*n. Mpd 'Wkpr CrifflO'
b Dowrn ..................
Mlllmiton l> Philllpa
Barker not oul
Extra*b I, lb. 3 ............
mm i Mt *s. 1
for ST | 'Ol ssa. <
* lot TM
i. i|M in<;
O. M.
K:,, II 1
llir*rll ia 0
total .. aas
rail of aaaMa i few a 2 i % i
for at. 4 f 7 for 143. a for IW. a lor aaa. 10 loi
asa
BOWLING ANALYSIS
O. U. H W
r pniiiiw n i a i
t smiih u i a a
' Bowan III I I
l r. Mar..- ib a a a
K E Waltolt ii a n "
HI>ARTAN--and InrUna..
A Alhln* b William. >
| Urimih c Boblnao., b Allrvne II
Pit KWIC'K
L Wood e
.. Wo<-l r iV
H Marahall
Kldoay not on;
roTAi. |ln
I I..!.111*.
. I akinnar
. Mklnurt'
H.i
out
<* out
C Alia
n
l:NMS ATKINSON
V. Alklnaon
i with the score at 81 '*
wicket. Kidney 37 and T P'*TW
< olleuc v. Carlton
14K
;its
( ARI.TON v.. COLLEGE
,.11-aIII Inalara l
I .,11:.r 1-1 IllNlni.
rol.H r. ... ..mi.i i;mi i:i
raiw tea
t-aMbera.tr* M ifar a W*U.) .W
C'eBihfrBt.MI.I !!
O n KnUthl r Warner b F. Taylor is
u .11
kuM
li .,-
\ I. K )|.lU'lill
rH| H.iiTiMtni.ins pot up a fine
svirl,i,,,V 'allinK performnncc on the College
Eric Atkinson Rrouilds yesterday to make 308
Atku
ti through the slip for four
A lovely on drive by Denis
lor one run put up the
Ed*) ill I
HimiMxi run out
Hayer* I!
llut.hiiKun
HUrkinan b EdahiD
i. Eilal.ill
William* nol mil
f run out
im: lb, 4 lb. I i
HOWLING ANALYSIS
y al^o not hi* cen- Iunil in rc to Carlton-s 148
leered a ImiII from ,n,(i,, on thl. on4.lllllK da>. ot u.
natch. Tin boya ware m aiuEreb-
sivc mood and no less than seven
if their bat-men reached double
300 mark which was reached in iiKUrea, top scorers being C. W.
about 93 minutes. 93. tf O. Smith 707n. Har-
lli-nis Oul '>2 and R. Rock 32.
Sklppa T;.>lor now brought on CoDeaBB were H7 fur I wicket *
Blrkett to bowl to Eric Atkinson whin the came resumed yesterday
and hi.s Oral over yielded (wo runs 'lth not out batsmen C. W. Smith -, BaaVU
Birkett soon ended their part- ** "nd R RtKit [* These defied a. wmi
nership when he had Denis At- 'f"1 varted Carlton attack for some * ^^^j^,
kn ^of^ caught by Cymacho who tinw a,,d whc" "ock ,0*1 n,s . hX 1* ;
di 1 t>. illiui.tly -at mid-otr J aWt^ wicket-keeper f Janw i> a 1
Erie soon follow.,) bin ... at- "****? T^'TB" !"* PfStS !iSr-on \ at 1 ." a
ti-mptinc to drive Inniss edged >hip had yieldert l(U 1 uns, tne niosi __^_^^^^^^^^^_^.^_^^
*%SS?&SF& ??c^^l EffijS ffittaS Um of ... V Cve .uming
A GreenMr-
.-. B. Oranl Ibw. b Brad-haw
B E. Norvilla c rarntar b B.ao.han
I Hairl. Ibw. b Taylor
Mr S.inth c Lhellenham b K Taylor
II O. Betkle. run out
E P Toppin b Orewiier
M. 8 Murrell Ibw, b E Brewiler
1 I liickln b Br-w*ler
O V Elliot nol out
Extraa;
ToUl .
rail of wickets: l-B. aB. 118. 4-
1-4J. 44. tts. aia, a-aa.
BOWLING ANALYSIS
O, M. "
C, Mullina ... a I 4
C Bradahaw ll 4
i Taylor m i
E. Brawiter II 1
Caaabern.retn4 lml.|.
I. Hani, b Bradthaw
o H. Wllkinann not oul
H O Heckle, b Mullliis
Mr Bmllh b Mull n.
G N. B. Oranl not rut
?o
Total ilor a wk1*.t
brouRlit oil
bit of brilliant fmnjwg
Inn Skinner who follow-l .id. r
aeorinii- Tin- feCOl 'bed batted soundly fur 57. His waa l
Ml when C. W. Smith got Ida foot caulioua inninRs but he punished
IKVNK WOKREI.I.
S9LviSVS' J t^vnt-i yys^ K a,^
mark with a bn.ee. Birkett wh-i
ivlm-h iinluded Grant, by scoring 47, 34. and 27
W.I. NKKI) KKY MKN
IV Ihe West Indie* are to gain further lutirels in the Imperial cricket
arena ui even .1 (bey am iu in.iit.Liln the high rattakj whieh they
huve so r.thlj i : mi. than it I-; ((cntia) that the key
men are avalUbl the next five y< iti at liart until
can be found ti> recanra trie torch from then-

W..i all ... tbg !..! twain months has been
I rocoi .....Hi-ined. He played
in the l.;iin;i>)i!i.' I...,; i. l.,-i lunuaMI ;md scored over sixteen hun-
dred runs, and aaM turned in a useful performance with the bull
SCOKKD FIVK THOUSANDS
HE left durini Ihe winter foi a tow ol India and their acond U0I
inns and aura tot h I . Hi relumad i" play for Ihe Watt
Indies this luDimei and I up ti i pn aanl 1,653 run-. mi<\
ban batan in 44a overa
This i playbig cricket without im ap-
:n a year .mil \'. he bom to India now this winter,
he has already algned U> plffd Basin for Ra Dext season in the
Uutcaahlne La
I DO NOT AGKKK
IN th< i I do not feel that u lour to India this winter
would U- the tiling for Worrell. Kven if it does nol affect him
at seriouslv phj ok it im^hi. and I am no medical uuthor-
Ity, >' i feel ni a U at u should ancouraee rteu-ncss that would
detract from his esceUenl nil round abUrtr tn^r .s now areeptod oaen
in the most axacting world cricket clrcam
Of couraa on the other hai t well nave plan m
rokad la which thu rortlwornlni tou will muiuK nt. I da not know
tins bid 1 consider that .1 I am risked by BOfM of the spoiling public
lor my opinion then I must give B true one In the Unlit of such data
Hint I may have at m> disposal.
Kl ( iH.lis BY V\l.i;NTINK Avn KAMAD1I1N
WDIANci n kel fan this week wen proud of Abie Valentine
Jani.in i i>in bowlar who set n
now record for West Indian tourini teams in England when he took
his 115th w.ckct of tlio tour in the Kent fixture.
The previous hhcheal Individual Bumbat of wickets taken on a
West Indies lour lo England WH taken by Lenrie Constnntine in 1928
Leane took 107 at a cost of 22.95 runs each. Valentine to far hai
taken 115 at a cost of 17.05 mns each.
Biitlheie is anotin h.evemcnl and Sonni- Haniad-
hin, Trinidad's dapper slow right arm spin bowler who had taken
EOS wnkcts be.orc the lUture against the South of Enuland. opened
."esterday claims thi?.
Ramadhin took 7 for 67 yesterday und this brings m* total to
111 and he too has broken Constantino's record.
With two other first class fixtures to no and another innings
remaining in ihe South of England game these young bowler* can
still go a mark high,, than this and one that will take some beating
in the years to cotna
now iwlintf a EStLSS even foun M HaiTlBOn mg the respectively, shared largely 1b th*
i,M,i mJ^Z^L, JKSfL if- "", mi"> I" '"' "Hit the batanwn building up of Empire's good score
W rlf-hS ttaut!* i!S2 aontlnulni to attack the bowling of 228 The three batsmen gave
,V -vfiile T^ Wh"C tryin* 9> 1 were added before they good displays but Millingtons was
'""( , ., separated. Smith who waa tba the most ager.
a^ I -ri^rU^,^01^' IT m" "l!,'nB ^ Bowling rot Spartan. K Bowcn
ull Tu,,Z Ck ,, i i \ ," la del.M,^ rroro Q EdghlU when with his leg break, ttvo the day's
ting against Hnkett ...id .., U.n, I, , mistimed and WB8 DOW led. Hh I.-., i.wlii. !..-, i II.
both he and E*acki
-ik Ti of Empire's viekels for 6tt
in in ik :. overs, one of which
H .i maiden.
am ii 70 Included alx fours. M
.-till iogeib.-i and the score .u M,ivrrs was the next man in.
iuns f... ..x rtickel.-. |-......-, .. .....| ,hen
and pavies . i,,. bia wicket to K. Hutelum-jn.
Alter lunch Hoad continued lo Hudson was now juined by C. Williums Out
iKiI from the pavilion end to Blackmail und i... a i..i-.h1 the Carrying on from their over-
ifciviek who pushed him lo miduir ..... along tn L'87 when rklhlll week score of 67 for 2. Empire lost
single. Packers stay and- ROt his second wleket bwanhu .nolher uuick wicket with only 2
hen in hitting oul be W$ n foi IS This howler got runs added to the score. "Fonic"
d
atumped ol the end of Koad~*a another uuick
Ant Over after lunch. K. Atkin- bowled H Sun
aon next man In niter Boorlnf a In after he had
.single was bowled by Hoad after rtaon lost bkl
maklni a forcing Btroke, T. fierce he tii-- then joined Davies ond
the remainder of tin- over, I'n-:
hen he Williams who scored the t
U UM next man teJU his individual score to 27,
nred 3 runs. HaT- was caught at second slip by At-
icket next when kins o pacer Smith's bowling.
;. abott run off Williams attempted a square cut
bowling, K. CreenldgS (,, dm outside the off stump and
hitting the stumps long before fi dellevled the ball into the slips.
in taknifc- strike from Jordan who could reach his crease. He had His partner E. Cave.
was now keeping a good length betted well for his 52. He gave 20 not oul, was then joined by C.
and pinning down both batsmen one chance when he was 22. Eight Harper. Cave took his score to 24
hit hard to Caniaeho who nnlici- Wlckel 1 DO* 01 W and the total wore to 73 before.
pated and ran in picketl up und 1 "'> out with- the fourth wicket fell.
threw in to G. Wood who never oui adding i" the score hut J. wil- -,_ ,l,
hesitated n. lining the b.il win Harm Bl iK King tOOk thO scon It was th. wieket of lla,|xr win.
Pierce was making a b,K efim t ttfeb peal he three hundred *ffE&L A *****%*2
.I,' ^U^irunVb'e- fJ-^4 f k...........I ^-J^J-^lg 4-J.Jg
., ffTlMeTa3o1 MS li.-.ifu, bOWk- tor the with only U runs scored off him.
l Q Wood i X\xv SmvSot " liml cwne ln- ""? Wilh CT"
k i.,v. \raV.h"ii rrJ^*^ who lonk 3 wick. I Mtn wicket stand was made.
>a K. Hutchlmon took 2 lot S7 while >"-KHng M runs. Empire at 124
,V~ K. Warren and K A. Greenidgc lor 4, were tlien 3 runs behind
,'", took I each for 34 and 15 reapec- bi-aitan's lust innings score.
Norman Marshall from the pH-
Vlllon and and Eric Atkinson
the faster of the Imofrom
screen end. Taylor took the first
ball from Marshall and watched
it go through to skipper Skinner.
'he second he pushed l<- mldofl
for one causing Wtxxl to come
down to take strike from Mar-
shall. The third ball Wood left
alone but the fourth in makiiu:
., tlenfensive stroke adged and
Skinn.'i made no mistake in
taking an easy catch. H. Kidney
then followed Wood and he and
Taylor carried tin
Thu 100 went up -11 136 min-
utes. Cave waa baiting soundly
...l the while, but was getting his
runs slowly. He only got four
' boundaries (3's) in his 50.
"* With the score at 124, Empiru
lost the Hfth wicket. Cave at 57.
,> ?ri, m,.TL P" o' y l(" runs got his leg before onC of Bowen's
of their Xi" fitoSkfSS* *e b,eak* and was BdjudiP'd lbw"
hclr't "^linings *"* * ?he- br^h und
lively.
1 lupin' \. Spartan
Spjrla.ii l'^7 and
(for 2 wkls.)........
Empire
fimpir
11 their tlr.t iiinlne^ *-"J"*" "". JJ> ..,
_...ed 127 runs and bowled out ncL,0 was sent back Lb.
e to 33 Empire tor 228 Spartan went Bowen before he had scored,
hen Taylor retired with 28. T. back ami were at close of play 17 The score board remained un-
Ftirkett came and he BOOn settled (or 2 wickets. changed at 124 for 6.
down with Kidney and at the The wicket was again true and Grant and Fields came together
eaosia of play both of them were quite a few batsmen took advan- and this pair passed the Spartan's
Ilnrt innings score of 127. They
added IB taking the score to 143.
Grant was the next man to go
and with the total score at 143.
He contributed 20 which was
made up of one four and 22
singles. Grant had pulled Bowcn
to be caught on the pull boundarv
by Smith.
S. Aileyne went to the wicket
at number 9. He found Fields
already in double ilgures and
settled. At 3. Aileyne was enticed
by Bowen to come down and
drive a well flighted leg break.
He was beaten and wicket keeper
Griffith made no mistake in
stumping. This meant the fall of
B wickets for 149 runs.
At Lunch
Left-hander E. Millinglon
partnered Fields and at lunch this
pair had taken the score to 182
for 8. Fields was 31 and Milling-
Ion 15. The ball with which the
match was begun was burst
when 177 runs were on the tins
and another old ball was brought
Into play.
Mifllngton and Fields resumed
after lunch and within 35 minutes
they carried the score to 20o'
Thp rate of scoring was increased,
the 200 having gone up in 211
minutes. The two tmtcmen wen-
th-n 30 and 3fl respectively
After the 200 went up. Skipper
Walcott took the new ball and
brought back his pacers Phillips
;r>,1 Smith.
Millin^ton rnOQMd OUa at mkl-
wieket from Smith at S3, but
nobody went for the catch. The
next over, he was yorked by
Phillips for 34.
The scoreboard road 208 for 9.
The Mlllington-Flelds partner-
shin had addi-d 50 to the seore.
Barker, last man in opened his
account by knocking Smith out
of the grounds for 4.
Bowen was brought back from
the Bank Hall end and the fifth
ball of his second over of that
spell, saw Fields going back to
the pavilion for a well played
47. Fields was caught at cover
by Gtttens.
Fields was twice missed off
Harris by Griffith behind who
failed to stump. Empire wero
* On Pace 16
THE Trinidad Two-year-old season was opened on S.v.urdav 1*..
fore last with the running ol tha -Nursery Slakes Division "A" at
I his year 1 notice the Arima Race Club authorities have
. divided the two-year-olds into two divisions made up of fillies on Ihe
one hand, and colts and geldings on the other.. Of course there were
ions previously but the method of separation I believe was
rather dubious, it being leit mainly to lurk and chance The present
method does not give as equal I i prefer the n
1
:,mes returned. On the lirsl da aid. the
track might have been sllghtlj 1 h I ui 1.12.
Yesterday Rock DI I a in I u;t by atghl length) 1 cUi
m but 111 the press reports six
10 have passed Ihe highly rOO Cottage as if she was
Handing n twi 1 lOI f Maincd to bo run. After this
she weni 00 to aria aai
Zcagle. as those familiar with racing will guess, is by Zollas out
I Gleneagle and therefore bred on one of the most popular lines in
Trinidad. I sliould think the most popular one would be a horse by
Ks Taffarc out of Gleneagle. Ml ZoUaS was something of
an rdo] in Ilia da reedlni .should bo much sought
nrl crop of two-year-olds and
therfoic i.c has now made a rwaonniy good start. It Is left to be
seen what MbaOQuant events bring forth.
Meanwhile Rock Diamond's sire Rockphoon also has two-year-
olds sired by him running for the lirat (line thi: season and comparing
him with the above it would atom that he has made an even better
heginning. In fact on this initial performance one might even regaru
Rock Diamond as the chief threat to Best Wishes among the two-year-
olds In the South Caribbean, although we might wait and see what
the rest of the Arima meeting produces. But there is no denying thai
ibis colt won his first race in the most impressive manner.
1 also notice that the BCCond hone In the Nursery Stokes yesterday
was by another sir* who makes his debut to West Indian racing thi:
season. This is the cxeola stallmn Pippin and In the Nursery he Wai
well represented by Gold Pin. who Is out of Cuvee. a mare who has
already' had some success at stud by throwing the game and dapper
IIUli- Furioso. It is to be hoped, however, that Gold Pin, will unlike
Furloso not develop into a roarer, u condition which almost ruined
Ihe latter from the t Bl h#
Incidentally 101 the 081 old u
were trained it Aruna and In B e for us to draw
. mi 1: tween the two Iota ba reel eye arltnei
aocounta 01 by the presence
of Gallant Hawk nt i>oth meeting Before volcin plnl in however
1 think we should wait until we have wen UO again
Yesterday in- a To make
..rse he win then struck on UM D> >. 1 Wekoy. Conse-
quently 1 was nut lurprlatd when I heard thu' he packed up after thui
Tin: niiRRY trial
The classic Derby Trial Stake* produced a keen contest I I
two horses who have been' promising all along from the time the>
were two-year-olds The winnei was eventually Top Flight, a game
httle tilly by FUHsam out of the Rood mare Meads, but it was nol until
she had fought every nub ot the last two furlongs with the Jamaican
Bib* Sung Glee that she earned the upper hand. In fact Sung Glee
led from ihe start and I was rather surprised to hear her holding on
so well al the finish. Previously she seemed to huve nil the speed
U} aai oul i" fmnt m B six lurlong race but she never looked
as if she could any on for much further. HOWavai OTJ this occasion
she fought well over 7 Hi furlongs.
For Top Flight this victory lepreteat-s a reward in the career
of a great trier although much of her trying has been done off the
track in an effort to regain lilness. Indeed we have not seen Top
Flight racing since last Christmas and although 1 cannot say what the
t.ouhle was it must have lieen serious for her to miss both the
Inion Park and June meetings the latter with the rich Trial Stakes.
or Top FliKir.s chanoaa In thai Trinidad Derby, 1 am still not
eidhusiastlc, although in the abaanca ol Levy Bone* and Wavecrest.
aba has defeated the best in Trinidad. Hut the absence of Lazy Bone<
Mid Wavecrest Is precisely what makes nil the difference. If either
ol them turn up hi l"i the Dnal .lassie I .animi aaa Top Flight any-
where in the picture, ii even they do not turn up she may still
have to icekon with any or all of the following: Watercress, Mary
Ann. Bow Bells, Cross Bow ond Bowmnnion.
One thins the Derby Trial Stakes has again made evident is
i...,t rail Profll is nol anything as good ..- h> rted to be
and. a.- I thought at the tune, wai B lucky
stakes last Christmas, n is now conceded thai he 1 n. rnora
t .an a sood plotldrr which is cxaclU Inns In- I 11 I he iwu-
yenr-old cl. his 1 ivals had cen 1
Fume bv untune: othei 1 .....ibltlty to stay in lUCh thick mud and
till others by both. Hut this, of course, does not rule Fair Profit
cut of the picture for the Trinidad Derby. Not by any means. Not
il one knows one's Trinidad Christmas wcathri
A PEARL OF PUBEST RAY
1 gBQ -01 iv d 1 have left pethaps the most OUtSt
Aiima s. late b. .. I ..M.vAim.
the order of the races in yesterday's programme. But theie is DO
doubt Hint by winning the Cipriani Memorial on the rust day and
then repeating her success yesterday >n the Fernandas Trophy. Ocean
ibed her name on the scroll of the South Caribbean's
neat Creoles.
After seeing her race at the recent June meeting I was still 0OJ -
vinced that she could riot g.-t a mile comfortably and that over such
.1,1. .!.. ........ .1- ti..i hkc Hill.'
Streak But it Is quite possible that I was wrong, for although she
has not won 111 A elm ovei the >vt lanes yet she won very con-
vincingly from Blue Streak over furlongs, and she was not stop-
ping at the finish. If anything she i'iu-Iu-iI with something to Sparc.
Whirh nil goes to show that Creoles out here are never at their
best until they are filly four and <|inle a number of them not until
1 .....1 wins, I HOW expect to see
Ocean Pearl well up in the belting when the next field for the Gov-
tmor's Cup assembles on the Queen's Park Savann.ih.
FURIOSO PASSES ON
Only a few lines after I had srrlttsn about Furios,) being related
Ij Gold Pin tha tragic news came over the radio about his death.
Gallant and courafioous to the end the little fellow dropped dead
lifter a hard tight which ended in a narrow victory for him in the
Castillo Memorial Stakes.
Your dog is a tame wild dog
that 000 of your* does iui bs'a
Inlrl gauatiBj He's oka, kind,
gemk\ well-bcluvcd dogmoil of
ihe time But has it ever struck vou
that his ancestors weren't like iI.ji
at all ? The dogs of King ago, from
whom he hai gradually ha
am wild animak.
This meani iliat life under a e.ol
hasdisadvanr-gcianddiilnaliie-. tut
him. In In* ruiunl miU naic lie'd
be linnungi killing and eatl
animah. hWd be SSrJn| ilic herb* 10
wln.h hit imtincts led him He'd be
running and roaming for railei
wherever laaSTfSedi whenever be
warned.
Now he Urea with you. He grti
.'.., l.l
dBM ",/;. I M ui 1
escrow, bm only arbm
you've mm- !,. give it him.
Soneasedi two addluow \- ^
to bit fmxl II
viiamim which hn dominated die:
may lack. Andbe.ause he seldom
Ccts ciuiie enough esercisc, especially
in bad weatherhe needs the
mineral substances whieh help t"
provide a rich pure blood supply.
Bob Martin'* Condition Tablet*
one .. day) supply boih these aseaa
in precisely bslaneed proponions.
Hv helping to renew the led blood
nils and by supplementing his
ordinary diet, they do much to pre-
vent iu.h eommon disorders a
lonstani icrai.hing, h>tlcs\ncvi, lot.
of appetite and consiipaiion. They
help to Bjvc him heslihy bones and
teeth and a line lustrous coat. They
help ti* keep li.ivi a licalihy, high-
rtriie.l, B.|-iempcrol do((.
It iu wjin further laaof*
abow dMotreol dogi
led (Advisorv Dcpan
, St'uthport, Hogland.
rip
BOB MARTSN'S
for doR^v good health
_ idvi Ihe Flint StmTHt
Ani thai goes foe life too! The man who 1. il1- ihe end or the I!tras queuefor the jobs as well as for friend*'. What
a Jitfer-nce a perfect shave can make' Oilgaie Rru.hlesi Share
1 iii arj ^ivd )-ou thai clean, fresh look all dny and well into
he eveaiiig it saves you precious rooming minute* as well.
QatCfc to apply having washed your ta.e. hM dab it ona few
IS] aaieepa .Mih the raw*r and you're umiis tha inot tQmtttl
Look after your Man!
HVa a man to be proud of,
Icean.hard-working, devoted to
Tou. But la he, perhaps, work-
ing a ttttlo bit too hard? Does
he look rather run-down? Ia he
off his food? Sleeping badly?
Irritable and nervy aomecanea?
Go to your cherruat today and
get a bottle of Phyllosan tablets.
Be aura that your husband
takes two of ihe tablets
ngutoriy three timea a day
before meals. You "D soon see
what a difference they make!

: known lo ihe \
id of .man meal
/
COLGATE
Brushless Shave Creai
See that he takes his
PHYLLOSAN
tablets three times a day!


SUNDAY. SF.rTKMRER X 1*W
SUNDAY AIIVIKUl
PACK FIVK
Ramadhin Takes 7
South England Wkts. |
Team Dismissed For 194; M.C.C. Will
W.I. Off To Good Start Need That
Masseur
ItII I I Ml \ III M II \
SOUTH OF ENGLAND 194
WEST INDIES (for 1 wkt.) 5V
MAST!.v<;
THE CH1CKKT reaVWAL prod I i
lag cricket while the South oi Ragland wen* being dis-
missed for 194 and the V before
stumps were drawn, with 53 for one wick* t.
The SouUi would rmv* been
hi bod way but fur the polishe-l
; i
opening batsman, who rut and
int i<< i hlle esm-
piling H
1 In, the West in-
bswatr, had anoflta
ellent He
.
!'-
datnago during hi* spell of jus
0*t thiev hours, broken only b.
:iti over which allowed him to
.swilch end* John Goddard. who
had put the South in after win-
ning the too, nlso bowled well
.ind started a collapse when the
South prnrriiod n better total
With the sun shining brinhtW
after a night of rain. Goddard
no doulit expected the wnxet to
: v Mckl but it never Hp'-lot..
< (....... BvtttBg
Uoddb played lit bet'lUWd Ba"
tire. as his baggage had gone
.stray during the Journey U-
Hastings. He show ad considorabl>
more rr.ti.nnt than usual, and bit
only four fours In his stay, bui
lie always played well once ho
hid overcome the difficulties of
Hamad bin's spinners.
By contrast John Langridgo
batted over two hours for 38.
Goddard had started the collapse
by bowling Dodds, and Ramadhin
-...shed off the Innings by taking
the last four wickets
The Weal Indies bad Just under
nn hour's balling and after ln Stollmeysr who did not appear '~n
agree that he had touched the
ha^L had scored 5 more than
une a minute before slumps
were drawn.
The Slarl
A good deal of rain fell during
:he night, and though the wicket
bad been fully covered It was on
the soft side.
Emrys Davie*. began enterpris-
ingly by hitting Worrell to leg for
four in his Hrst over, but the first
half hour produced only 18 runs
although the wicket was not ap-
pearing to help the bow In
Davies again despatched Wor-
rell to the boundary, and afte
bowling rive overs for sixteen
runs Worrell gave way to Valen-
tine. Inevitably Ramadhin camo
00 at the other end Just after-
wards and the batsmen were
forced to play very carefully.
Most runs came in singles until
Davies glanced Ramadhin to tho
leg boundary. In 65 minutes, 43
runs were scored and then Davies
playing forward to an off-break
irtj beat en and bowled by Ram-
adhin.
Dodds sent up the 50 in 75
minutes by hitting Valentine for 4
and though unhappy against Ram-
adhin. he stayed with J-angrldge
until lunch when the score was
5* for 1.
Good Balling
Dodda soon on drove Valentino
for EMU and tho left-hander gave
way to Ramadhin with Goddard
bowling medium paced off-breaks
from the other end. Steady length
bowling kept the batsmen watch-
ful yet the turf, even under a
warm sun, was not proving dlffi-
iull. and the score rose steadily.
Dodds scored faster .than Lan-
r>

SONM R \>1 MIIIIN
grtdkja ..tut raised the 1UU when
M innings had lasted just over
two hours In the same over how-
ever Ramadhin tricked Langndgv
.:t.i -liaperi for a cut, changed his
d was caught at the
wicket.
Dodds continued to hit to leg
and cut -ktlfully while his MW
partner Cox had to wait for scor-
ing .nance*. Eventsslly he cut
and drove Valentine for two fours
and then Dorjtfl Mfitt that bowler
to the ring to reach M after BO
minutes. Goddard at once re-
placed Valentin- .nut this brought
It tier fortune lo ihc Hei'
Uoskta Owl
With the total al 148 Dodds tried
:i pull, and *a bowled for 55 His
stay of I in minutes Included four
I'l but it was masterly innings
In the same over from Goddard.
Cos: was smartly stumped. Doggart
playing lck to Ramadhin was
bowled and Jarnes Langrldge was
inothet victim of Walcott when
he was taken at the wteke: off
Qadilai I
Four wickets had thus fallen
while 24 runs were added and the
score showed 170 for 6 when, in-
stead of the usual tea interval, re-
freshments were taken on the Held.
The lemaining South of tog-
land wickets soon rumbled after
g short break Slephenson did
hit Valentine ib the boundary
tiirep times during the last
BBS I (and of 19 hut the tall
otherwise offered little opposition
The West Indies began badly
losing Stollmeyer at 15 although
ha did not appear \o relish the
decision of being caught behind
tic wirki''
Marshall tfutn joined Rag ipd
proceeded lo drive Surrldge tor
en* glorious (our The partner-
ship playing confidently for yie
lust 45 minutes of the day's piay
added 44 without being serwiratcd,
and 'be West Indies finished up
135 behind with nine wickets In
hand.
Scores:
s!h l"(h" 111 Inn.,.,.
John Ijuaflda.- Walt-tilt b Rama-
Uhln M
K Davm l> l(-r, ,..1hm SS
T. C Dodda b Goddard . U
, i Wakvtt b Oocldard ID
(i II. C. Doipil b Ramadhin 1
M. F Trpnil-it b Ramadhin
B. L. Sttinci
it, n *NK Rosntooi
i
ras i S> e-n a ;. .s bkeiy .o
have ai laaat one addition a
Hi* % a. p, posal ha*
mnend-O to the M.C C
l tars*] of ar-
langtnmits It has powerful
. d <.! members In

-tick*, like
knot i. La i Hut-
Irevor BaUej
I the tour-
liablg to heavy
ties rl i from the start of
Ihe tour.
T An artfjl whom I
tcurtfl Sooth Africa last winter
i iw essential was n prl-
nir in t!ie very flr-t
r thali tour.
W ; I IndWi il suffering from i
' acre. Bill Johnston In-
jured in a ni'.lor smash. Ian John-
aon having ankle trouble, and
Arthur Morris suffering from a
stomach ailment, they had eon-
slant need lor attention
Itushcil Onf
. 11 .Hon for the South
AjMoan aiithnrltles to bear the
txtra i verhaad ended in a skilled
Charlie O'ltrien. and an
eslr.i plaver Ke'lh Miller, hetng
Mi"hed out.
l>eeiive as was their superiority.
log Australians could scarcely
have got through without an extra
(lot-class eric-keler
Iniuries *re likely to strike at
tiur side's weakest spotpare,
t-owllng.
Apart from his injuries. Bailey
!i til physiiiuc for a fast
bowler facing continuous toll un-
der fatiguing Australian condl-
lions. Result is that Alee Bedser
is likely to get more work than is
good for even this imgnincently
buill giant's fi-um
A full-lline mnwur is essen-
tial But more essential still is
a tOUgh pace bowler like I.eslit"
Jackson, who developed his
lamina down Derbyshire coal
bits. He should get one of tin*
remaining placessix now that
Washbrook Is out.
And whv only six- I know all
the jirguments against u big oartv
the expense, shipping berth
shortages, too many non-playing
touftata lo the dresalng-room
I .ii.-tni' trouble
Bui I sny three or four promis-
i'ii: vi'iing randidales should b.-
added to Ihls middle-aged side
Thai would mean three or four
thousand less profit Rut what a
useful overdraftto be repaid.
Inter, with Interest.L.E S
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SEPT. 3 NO. 135
The Topic
of
Last Week
When
Bui Jj. iir i... .
I,nu uld n. tn. ,
. ., i
MAJOR A 8 WARREN and :
-.v-araan Birhsdo- Rifir |*i
"Oolflto" yo.fcid.i.v
(See Corib).
nib.is of the
..kIiii-I on th.i
Barbados Marksmen
Did Well At Bisley
THE MK.MBKKS t.f the West Inrin s sh....in .. :.,.m die
very well on their first appearance at Bisli-y. !.i .) \T
Cave, a member ot the Barbados contingent, told tli<
Advocate shortly after hik arrival uu the "Hitiltilo" from
England yesterday.
Thomas Tops
Uillriiieii
Total tlor I wirk*n
g >- I, namj'11'iii
He said that lhe> had"
leresling time, ami although eontii-1
lions were very strange to them,
nevertheless, the experience gain-
ed would be of greet value n-
thWr shooting.
The fart that the Barbado
frtif Intent did wall could I-,
seen from the prize list, they
having obtained 27 priaeg. Re
himself was fortunate in obtain-
ing 10. Col Council got 7, Capt.
Warner B, I.t Neblelt ami Mr
Roberts 2 eaeh and Major Grimth
1.
He said tli.it the Ktaiuiard of
shooting was far from low and
of the 1,300 competitors. first
class marksmen from all over the
Commonwealth, four members of
the Barbados team got int.. lh
-i.n'ii ararr-gate.
Did Well
Of the West lndu-s Units,
British Gulune, Jamaica, and
Trinidad got to England before
the Barbados contingent and had
about a week or ten days prac-
tice before them, and It was not
until the end that they dol wsre holding their own. H>
felt that they had done well ron-
-iderlng they had n<> previous
'xperlence there.
Mis hopes of Ihe future are
thai thev should send another
team to Bisley as the experience
sained by the present team rould
be passed shots and he believed another
team would even do l>etter
l,i Cave said that it was the
first time that thev had ever shot
at the AM or 1.000 yards and as
soon as they Id get a long
'ne somewhere in the West
Indisa, thev would be able to do
hi. h better
He sold that mo*t of the team
saw the rurih Te> M'-h and
tmned with other fellow West In -
d'ans In the cheering
UH M l THOMAS roada
the lughasl score at lbs Oovaan-
i it'iit Hide Itange yestengi' a'
i i a MM of the
Barbados Hifle Asstsiatloii lit
U3 i>ut of .i hiKln-st poesi-
e of ISO.
The an
ran
othei
i.t- t
.i.iieis
;..;
Ten rounds were nred at eact
of the three ranges: 300. 500
and 6(Ki yards. Condition* on the
Whola were good. The wuul ,il-
ttsMgh stiong, was constant, but
the light at 600 yard- was some
whs' Indifferent.
The next shoot will take place
at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Srplcn.bvr
WANTED
by every motorist, a tyre that will wear
well and evenly... grip the road at all grass
... stand up to all conditions ... resist skid-
ding on wet surfaces ... provide safe driving
at high speeds... maintain its tread pattern
to the end of its life . always run silently
. . have a distinctive appearance that
will harmonise with the modern car.
FOUND
J&jfc /fa, DUNLOP/^
tot 1 (.*! an ran


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. Ai He llr- 1 hlit*
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ha -ni t<> tWix-it
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aponaored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
A CENT! RY AGO I I B fl itjl
drew v. i from all over the wnrl.l
Next aggr'i 9t moraM dM ^fnt.wiit
in las luin fcta n I fssn anHi Mw,

| i | .', .* evrr pi'ime I liv
i-i fiabl Itttn aasi aaonsM I kg Ika **-
note war. aSjdasttial p: < iMiu.a
1951 '. 31
aid .1! i .. the H .t.....11 ihssj
I shir- ii.^lklfaitsill Iclhhe
siory of III .1 ; Sitence,
I
. am 1 .
, I at |ii
Arta
In -,u[; -ill be
*
rtT the oountr)
CXhlt.Ki :IK'S I 1
IpOTDBaJ < veil t>t all BBOd
PromM r live pac*-*d iinswlit.
-
BtUTAfNATHOMETO rHI ) ORLD
Ask vw ftwasi agmi fur fin

fen* ft* ^ 1 i V
Phensic! Wi
When you feel still with pain and
every movement makes \ou .mi
to cry out remember Pbcnaic!
Phensic will quickly case and
soothe the agony, lift pain-caused
fatigue, remove the wcarincvi.
Phensic neither harms tlie heart
oor up*cts ihe asassad 1
pared for sudJcu pain luvi j
upply of PhensK- handv.
Phensic
a Ittr quivk. speedy relief
[FROM HEADACHES, RHI M*IIC PAINS, IUMIAC0, ,
' NtRVE PAINS, NEURAL8IA. INFLUENZ.I. COLDS A CHILLS I
BARGAIN SALE
AT THE
VARIETY SANDAL SlIOPPE
iKNTRK BROAD RUBI
f'OII IO IIAiN O.M.i
llegiuiiiiig I-KIIIAY Nf Seplemher
To MONDAY 11th Inclusive
We art- olTrrini; n nmsl Y'nluable Selection of Goods
at Sinashint; Prices
Come one and all and see these Hargnins for yourself
Here uic ,i lv\\ items mentioned :
HOrs full 1.Allll.S in
N. il.i.fc .ind Su-^lf
\n palaaus ..mi m/<-
l.imrrlv s aa
Now aoliii at 81 88
v.
\i. MAD!
I'stent
l.rmril> *7
w 110I111:
iiid
, .1-
ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street
U ITU I 11 11 .vi ir.li \mi
(1)1 HI siltiKH with
II.1 I. Ml rt lutirs -ml
abssj,
ll.fln. cd from Sg SO to 83.93.
LEATHER s\\'t.\l,S in
l'.itrnt. Uhilr. Itrt>un
fiuamntrrd Workmsnshin
t'ortnrrlv 8t *MI.
Now going rl 83 U
LKATHI ^1 IITIKS In
Blue. Green, and Brown
Now koIpi at 8 73 aer p-
t'ANVAS siioi I with
Rurkb-s \U rolMirs ad
tasssj NaV Kninr al *1 41
IEI.T AMI STK \W HATS.
real harialns Now eolns
at SI 8K
JAMAH A MIKAH HATS,
oaly 7 ceasts caeh
PANAXA ll\l-
Large brim*. 81 M "*
1..1...... 81
JAMAICA FAN* V HANH
HAUH. wllb Ion* .ind ilmrt
slra#-. redoeed from 83 OS
to 82 08.
MSUTtO HANDBAIW In
While nag>. formerl* I3.t
Now going at ft 93
It AVON niMMIVI.s ..,it.
X\|..n N'l".....WtJ
Osl] ": saats par p^ir
KLAHIK Ui httr .nil
18 jarils for JH rents.
UENTfl i.t \llll l! '\s
>Al.s in bniwii and
Mllil.' All .Itrs
Paraaarl) S3 3e
Nan rslaa > si ou
I I I I \M
.-.in rs4
82 0B
RATIIIN't; TKI NKS
Sow ling .il half ss-lrr
'.IPtl.s RMHEg, formrrl*
84 Rl \os |abaf at S3.SO
per pair
LKATHER RANDALfl La
ill rnlnurs .mil size
Now tnine at S7 40 per pair.
rrrTTON* INKLRTS
rum .1.11 1 otnurrd bartten,
All slses
t)nl> I per pair
ANDBA8M In Btash onJ>
with lung strips, former-
ly 81 82 Now gaassj 4i
si so aaab
i:l liltl I. SIHIIS
rlearing uul M I/- per pair.
HOW SH4li AND
SANDALS
N'aw inlna st rej*onbU'
Rassg
BOVA' '. SOCKS
formerly 93 renU
Now tT-Ini! al 60 rents per
pair
( IN --1 bsrsaln
Now sulns; al I esch
p| 1STK BSKlVTi al I -
each
II r.iu I
1 lesrhu
^11(11 s-
il.1 at SO
pair
all slsea
enla p'r
ll.r,. Ilurrv! to the VARIETY SANDAI. SHOPPK
Centre Broad Street
and Secure ihese Barcains white tKoy Mart.


PAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 195H
JONATHAN SWIFT
One of the greatest Satirists in the
English Ixinguagu
Do You Want To Live
Happily Ever After?
Buy A Virgin Island
The Labour
Movement
In Canada
B] IUOI ITCi Ml IK
Jbiuuhon MH i1m;-i:.5i
who JIM 200 >rar ago. !
today nehnowlrdird to be oar
of Uic srr*tfl uUriaU In
\h. I ngllah lansuaii- Ilia
hr*I known work* arc prob-
Mj Th* Talr ol a Tub
wi.il-n In ll$4: "Journal
|g MaMa" Irllrrs writlen
!> I rt-n KH ITIll " '
(iulllvrr'a Travel*", a *atir'
ha* bren rrad a* a
tsarina Unc tale of adventure
b generations of children
S*jm S. < I M II I I o%\l A
Sir W
watrhed her u
hood. Their
i i impu n loiuh I p
when Swift
Canada I* now one of the grt-at
Mailing mmMm of 'he world.
Rag raw materials ami her manu-
(jiiuied goods arc sent to market*
in every continent, and find cus-
One of the leva known Islands British tettltim-nt Ii has sheep tomers in such distant places as
11 the Leeward group la Barbuda, Peter Island le owned by the India and Australia, South Afnw
two thlrdi of the sire of Antigua Honourable Brundenell-Bruce, and Braall. Though in populatioi
d i>c h.i imd situated some twenty five who grows tobacco You can UU Canada ranks 24th among Uii
relon into woman- mllo to the north of it. As it buy an island cheap in the Virglna, nations, in.the toUl voIubdj of hei
was a 'trang.' i, accessible only by sloop and u bul,d yur n**"**. cultivate your world trade she ranked 3rd amonv
During the three 5urrounded by re4fs Mid very land and live happily ever after the great powers in 1M7
(tiffleult to approach, it la lew if you can do without many of
isited than It de- Ust aSsMBlai Of gMMMOoaV
knuun to mm pnvall Ij aj BttUl
tatd boooaajt his pupil
when she was a g>rl of eight and
ho was twenty-one. She had
grown up under his care and
admonition in the household <>t
No One Has
A Private
Life Here
rt> J P. W MAIL A LIU Ml' j
H0k| enough to
the OKI
perfection of Esther.
uf Joseph or of Kuth. and, of
Idfk iMed-
HIW. Silyjkrin
hini I-.'.
D M. Dowiey* flr..t
I II \Klt.i i Peter Davits, * 8d ,
If. good enough to invite com-
parison with the best and it is
i ly in that comparison that it--
law* appear.
Charley" is simple-minded
poliucl .nur In Londo,, he h.o ,,., vlitUM .h.n *- - c,vuu.un. ,,y- ** ffSSJK |*SST^.TiZ,'^^
he long series of verves. It I, nol far. however, to the have occurred without a high t-tnee he likes to wander, honv-
intimate and gossipy letters that Ame. lean Viigm Island* of St. degree of industrialization and : ; no other tiian a geographical
are now famous as The Journal it la not beautiful, being flat and Thomas and St Croix though without the skill and enterprise ol maanlng to him He remember.
Jonathan Swift has been des- * SteUa. It wa* at hia Invitation l0vcred with scrub, but it is iui--wlth oUrrmcy restnetiona one the workers in the factories and nothing of hia uSiildhood
cnued M the great enigma -.! that she had come V* live In Dub- iounded with a great beauty of fwlf. ^^^ p^ Croia the on the farms who make this pro- -links
English who lln. and she had brought with her a and sky and is a paradise for mind at lne ,l(.ammg ll8hls of duction possible. The story of
Un woman as her lompan- uhennen. Besides the Osh there char|(>,. Amelie. rather like Canada s growth in world market-
maq whom ha l.aiioumt wall in. 'on. Many people have believed .,rv the bird*, including many cmi- Moees gazing at tht- Promised I* a the story of the growth and
I^nctrate that Swift and Stella were mar- grants. To see a flurry of red- ij,nd. An enterprising Tortoian. organization of the Canadian tl._, ^
Into the dark recesses of hi* tnmd ned; but U>e two did not live j.gjed aUlU or a flock of whr.o howcv,.,. has outlmiirticaUy start- working class. This, in_ turn
The mjaUn "i hhl 0inpaaJI per- i>nder the ame roof, although ^rcts rising from the lagoon in ^ i seap'ane Taxi-service to St. Ul
-nice hi* she often preeidexi at hit dinner g,e evening light and circling Thomas,
death two hu-adrel years a< table There u no evidence of lruna before coming in to roost.
Lotion
ae t 27
Simple .. .
oiography of him their ever once having been alone
has dep. -over, so far as we know
his eharaciel HI Fa the i n m contemporary re< orda. either
youiiH woman now known to the h-r companion or someone else
world as "Stella" is one of the was pieaent each time they met
most intriguing problem* that has What is the secret of their
the private relationship" The reason usual
life .-f a man of genius: wile |y gwrn , it,,,! Swift had for
te in nisny yean, suffered from bout*
M, but the key to 1:, melancholia; and fearing the
the truth ha* never been found. (OM ol u, ,euon, he> was deter-
lory thai would unlock the mtnPn he would never transmit
1 idHen motive* of many < disease. The truth about Swift
and Stella Is made more complex
)>y our knowledge that another
.voman. whom he called V.
stilts on the still water* of
the lagoon and the egrets in the
i verhanglng branches of the
mangroves Is a beautiful sight
Karbuda used to be full of game.
especially deer, stocked there by ,i0tals, roads,
the CoCrlngton family, but dur- ,,. Wie road
ing tho war the American t
ONE ROAD
i movement in Canada. For
Canada, like othet democratic
,,. hU d.v,lop-d a ..ron, \Z"7'iir",r T,"
:h na -niifc i.,i,i
The American Virgins are far
advance of the British Luxury
fine shops. There
. h Virgins,
thing is it that th
labour movement, which
grown as her industry has grown.
and which is an Important factor
;n the life of her peopie.
who nieel him think
'hat at some age he must haw
l-fcii dropped on his hoed. Men
. lcau*e he is always
I help. i< hone [ about
money, and does not compete for
their girls The wgmen lifcr lun.:
he makes thasn teil protectivf
Silvikrin Lotion with
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replaces the natural o>U which arc lacking: it acts a* a dressing as well
as a health-giving lolion: it contains Pure Silvikrin. the hair's natural
food. A few minutes dairy massage with Silvikrin Lolion with oil
will bring new life, health and vitality to your hair, and will keep it
perfectly groomed throughout the day. Horn ml
chemitts, hairdresiers and stores.
ion
STUD FARM
from the airbase in Antigua kill- chief village is called after it.
cd most of them off. Road Town. Govemnieiu House,
till recently was furnished mostly
with packing cases and the Com- I
nusaionei- lived In a small hired
house on the beach! It is not sur- '.
In the bad old days, the Coil- prising that there are
nngton family also used Barbuda
died In an agony of jealousy and for a less laudable purpose than
despair after bcinit hia friend for the preservation of game The)
many years. Whatever restraints set up a stud farm for Mftv
he may have applied to himself, slaves. The most scientific prtn-
his emotional life must have been uples knuwn at the lime In the
a dark and turbulent one matter of diet, exercise, and
fcrth, were applied to the mak*
There were tumults and tri- :aves who were hired out ti
umph* for him also in his public jigve-owners all over the islani
life. He wrote pampnleU on be- ,r improve the stock. These men
half of the lilah people, and the were pampered and kept in con -
)ui Dublin crowds cheered him when fort ,d rtcl training combine L
wa he drovc "tous*" lne streets, and ,u-t jlkP thelr cgiuh contempoi -
a lOUmaliNt Of immense power: Ul bonfires and rang bells in his i,rMf the prlzc-llghters or lll.e _. .
a .ingle pamphlet from hisP crys^ honour. For twenty years he ,ne gUmB,or; of anctcnt Rome. "I""""1 ? "" 'h*e uilands
tal-h^rd pen could ^ London in was their popular hero. Hi. help- 'JL^^JU^T^ Ji**? SSl
an uproar: and he whs an hlsto- ing hand went mil generously to Aa little known as Barbuda are *e*. "t* vegetables and the long-
nan as well n i writer of everyone to young authors, to the British Virgin islands with evlty^of us Inhabiuinta. 1
trenchant verse Through many beggars on the street (for whom their enchanting names. Tortol
There are about
workers in all Canadian union:
today. u> comparison with manj
European countries, this is not i
very large number Of Canada':
13 million pcopl
This will-meaning slmpletoi
'irops into a world whi-h it as new ,
to him as it is to mea Ixmdon i
hack-street community.
. Silvikrin
LOTION WITH Oil
The ilrst thing to
about Swift, dunnic the years of
his maturity, is that ba
cepted n; liti-iay circles in Lon-
don as the greatest prose writer
cf his own time. He was aware
of this prc-ciincncc. and took
t WU often like
ashes in his mouth for his life
appeared lo him *s a long series
Of disappoint mi nt> Even hU
hope of hceomtni: a l.i^hop in the
Church ha (""iltabl
was never satisfied, for he dk !
holding the lesser office of dean.
anders who would like to
exchange the Union Jack for the
Stais and Stripes.
Whether civilization would do
hem much good or whether it
tfould spoil their characters la
n arguable point, but they can-
not be blamed for wanting it
when they ace it nourishing so
conspicuously only ten miles
away across the sound.
LONG LIFE
In that community are ai
lunmlng Italian eaia DnsjanVui
i. i hit 1'otiphar-like wife; then
aughter, exciting and listb ..s b>
ibout 5V4 niil- turns depending on whether or no;
gainfully employed; that she thinks she i* ttolng U. have .
_. they uie working nt some baby a solemn kindly grocer.
occupation cither for themselves, with his steely, but ageing mother
for an employer, or on a farm. If. and his open-hearted child: an
Loin this total number of worker Irish potman, with a flair for
an subtracted the professiona words and for asking you to repay
.md business men, the farmers, loans he had himself borrowed
,nd Others who would not normal- from you
iv join a trade union, it leave Among many others is a half-
aboul t% million who might b. cajte West Indian who is called
INDIGESTION
Relieveo By
ONE DOSE
possible members of trade union*
El i| only fin- million are actually
i Thus it can be gaui
iii.it Canadian trade unions have
only organized about one-third '
the
'irnamzed worker there are tw
ho are not.
Hut the fact that so many work-
ers are nut organized dues no.
mean that they are totally unpro-
tected Trade union wages ex-
tend to many workers who are no;
members and there is a great dea.
f labour legislation* in Canad.
e. but call* hlmaall Ulack Eagle.
: ml who makes a living by scllW
red and blue ink mixed with watc.
;. iho Wa-ga-Kae elixir.
This was passed to him by the
ill kee
iggag ehMi
orkers. and that for everv Irinko Indians and passed te you. .
your subluminary pas-
sUd good
healthy that if there la not ...
of his writings runs a vein of Us heart would melt in tender- fallen Jerusalem. Anegada, Vl. 'Cason to live there there is vr* " !!!ed or r^fnr^ .nstallre
Che t. iem* excuse to die there, and peo- '"
rich and brilliant that r.ess). and to many a poor labour- a| Oorda. Dead Man's
he is Acknowledged to be one of c, ftnd small tradoanan His joat Van Dyke, Sombrero, aid
the greatest satirist* in the F.nc- ;.tiger was quickly roused at the many more. What can one say
lb* toi ught of injustice to those who about them* There Is a proverb
BeoauM Swift wan educated in \.erc too weak to fight for them- -Happy the land that has no hl-
Ireland and spent the last thirty selves, and mingled with it was tory." Now that the Vlr "
years of his life as the Dean pu contempt of the greed and tFiands are beginnlna to have
of K, Pagrtelri m IXibiin. it is ^elf-seeking of mankiml. This Rutory In the shape of
' ' !""> -*-* ; angei and this contempt bum in ronsUhjtlM
pie take a long while to do so It
iea near the half French, half
Dutch Island of Si. Martin.
Ids satires, the greatest of
a> i ,uiii i .- s Trmvela an i
Uta of human stupidity
md Swift imagine that
erations of children were to read
'it merely as a delightful tale of
jwrventureas Indeed it la'
I Jonathan Swift's message to
B he world was not an easy and
Vlcasaiit one. He fought for
truth and Justice; but perhaps
settlers, and the a*
which American problem, they are not take
apoa- nulte so happy as they were
Little
gen-
land. In fact, he sprang from
English stock, and although he
was always pioud ol hia gentle
birth, his early years wi
In irksome pi.verty. He obtained
a post as secretary-valet in the
I of Sir William Temple
an Infliienilai iiBMtnun whi
recognised Ihe young man's ablll
i> .nut ii-n Inatroctlorai that site
i hli on n wrltii
be collected hiio editen by Jona-
than Swift. After thl* tank was
: -I. Iwtfl Welll to Ireland;
and from 170(1 until 1710. when av"'ul"'''"'"'^".',l'"^"J^ what tarnished in the more popu-
, forty-ilmc. he was a *d ending of mental breakdown. p....,,,.^ K^
rttry parish tend to make us forget all the ^ "^^n, ,?uU t .
a, happiness he enjoyed He was ? wod rtdjr^ boat buj"'
. Ufa Rfl tl-o admired friend of most of the .^.V^"'. i JS\Z',^ n... o
had nn adequate income: he was men of genius of hia own day. U>r ooats_up amNown Ihe In-
mple duties, nnd hi had the devotion until her >:ale *" ' Iheir archipelago
earned fame by the pub- death of that friend he loved and w,tn confidence and skin
;.l Pieces, respected above all other women. Q n ,,,Bnd of ^ virgin*
The Tale ef Tub an attack on Hls writings, and the mental hos- pioUD 3Jt v.n Dyke. has Riven
CHEERFUL
but their inhabitants have not
yet lost the excellent qualities DC
those who dwell in primitive
comrounitiaa. They are still
heerful and reliable, mdepen-
. . and f.ood
It seems a fantastic community
equally ready to praise Charley '
questiuning loyalty to Black
i-agle, or Tod'S skill as a pick- .
i-h-ket. a community ss quirk to
undone ai it is to censure.
It is a community where ach
man knows that it Is wise to > inn
his own business yet know that
his business is really the street*s-
whether that business is the pur-
chase of an l?e-cream cart. th^ re- j
pur of a ^unblind or murder.
But it is a community in whe-h I
...If. A plane will which support not only its own I can believe. I can believe that I
via Antigua, to St. activities but also contribute to Charley would be accepted by It. I
Thomas whence vou can cross to tl,e funds for the action of the not because he was simple, but be-
TOrtola via launch or seaplane. UtTga* federations It is the local cause he was good.
Prom there on vou mul fend for union which has the most intimate Whul I cannot believe is conn :
yourself on horseback, on foot, contact with the individual mem- cl the sophisticated convcr&j.ion I
or by sloop visiting that tumble Der ad with the day by day prob- Chat ley is made to share.
of rocks resembling a ruined city 'ems of the relations with the em- In BO insignificant book, none
which is called Fallen Jerusalem, Ployer. would notice such a defect. But
and many another wonder haaldM. *?JJvB .' m'm J'QfSfi Charley- is a really good book,
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BRAND STOMACH POW-
DER to-day '
compensation laws.
minimum wage laws, and famil>
allowances.
The foundation of every union
I ifaould outrun my space if 1 ,s, me '"J*1 E*ch local > ct>ni'
\ eie to d*-iibe ul! theM Islands Palely democratic, choosing itr
( i m......ti.st.u-torj 'wi members, electing its ov.
"pw than an> description is to go and l"ccr*. nd raising the funds
IUCLUII tune
Quickly RaMevas
FLATULENCE
ACIDITY
MEARTIURN
NAUSEA
STOMACH PAIN
, and
[ MUOUSNESS
1 due to Indigestion
Be sere too obtain
I MACLBAN
BRAND STOMACH
POWDBK wish (he
k I "ALBX C
ssBBlsVjr.
' ... ,.. l:e* tvhirh haw hmiim flSBSSta
i much of his
life with its
Ues which have become some-

pital
ngs. and the men ai n- r,ou Jo$i v,n Dyke.
Dublin that he founded |r|fc ,o lWQ outsuuldl]
and The wlth mH s^vjnKs. arc his meinor-
I. Is. If there ii much in hi^
Islanding pert
i.litles. William Thornton.
designed the Capital in Washing-
fi n
Rattle of the rt-ioks wittv fjmc'-
X.-s0'^',^,,"-;',", ";;;r":::; sr^sj-sjf hrxf c *-*- **" -*
new "9- we know, lnat n' 'P? L, ><". the famous 18th century
A brilliant stormy chapter In {* ,r",'f,''r' w" *TL sun l*yclan.
I r Ufa opened in londrm in 1710. ,r",,nris- *^ WBS fl ffJ?g
He remained there for true.- porter of the weak an't__n'Ji,'(ie9B (In passing it may be men-
years, mingling
equal terms
Then
uld be
more appro- lloned Grenada produced an
with mling statesmen, and pro- pnate inscription than that which Kmperor Henri Christophe
. .... *"** I_ ^0.0...^^ ,.nr-x hln 1(Wnll1(llie' -- .T, .xl_ _______ *_____
during n series of political pam-
phlets which had a greater effect
upon public opinion than th*
work of any other writer of his
day. During the* crowded year*,
few |>eopl were more Bought
after or flattered; but there wa.
on Ironical smile upon the face
of the proud and sensitive man
who knew how evanescent th?
;i ipularity can be. When]
i new government tame inU
power Swift retired for the
time to Ireland and settled dowi
us Dean of St Patrick'a. In Dui.-|
lin. He was returning to thi
companionship of the ooe wh'
meant more to him than ony othe:
living soulHester Johnson
carved upon his tombstone
of
Haiti. Antigua a famoua Ai
Go eaaacr-by and do If you can. "rchiteot, Oliver, and Nevis a
..^.ris pert hi the famous American Statesman.
defence of liberty*'.
Alexander Hamilton).
DREAM VIRGINS
The Virgin island* have n
dreamlike beauty which cannot
be de lies somewhat apart from the
group, near St. Martin, has a
he Haw said it has discovered lighthouse, inspected from Nassau
copies ol" Ru>an magazine cal- Dead Man's Chest, whoae name
>, Soviet tlirl" runtainmg Com- pive Stevenson the n-i.nn fOI
munist propagandaand pin-up his famous verses, was bougnt by
picture* -
Sex-Corn!
LONDON
British naval authorities are
vestiKatmg a new form ol Com-
munist tropaKanda among person-
al at Chatham naval b."
Lord Baldwin to preserve It loi
........-...s,.v.-.w.w.-.-^^^
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MR. GROCER,
MR. & MRS. EVERYBODY
?
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AND SO BENEFIT BY THESE PREMIUMS.
Its
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you want in
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r
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-I MIW sKPTF.MftF.K X \K*
SI-NDAV UIVOCATF.
PAR I. SEV'l N
M I .iinin.iMi,
Or. Grniiily Dick Head
PLANg A I5-MINUTES-A-DA\ BKKRCISK CHART
Dr. KcaJ it a British obstetrician whose writing* and (cachings on "natural
ihildbirlh arc followed all over the world. In his new hook* Ih says: IIi.k
is no reason whv a woman should not have an even better figure after she has
home a child than before." To back hb belief he includes this series of sin
den tie exercises to be practised daily during the months before the baby is born:-
)oif ran hare an
won better figure
after baby in born
EXERCISE 1
STAND with the h.-.-l
about 12 Inches apart and
toM turned .slightly out-
njfilr. i tir\t figure I.
Hie hunda in tront of
0) with Uv arme full
Ifincui. Ijp. tin- chin and
list aright forward go
tail) of the loot with
! the around ffouna
OoatMHM awvetueait. awing
iir-iards Irtelw.Ui thi-
.houlderv throw the head back
I list OH UM for* (thtra
. During -hla movement.
!iUld De done alowh
n aegply. pause lor a
in um third position
and slowly resume the position-.
seond and ilrnL breath-
ii* uui its Hie armn drop tu the
CXCRCISE 2
88UME lUbt position, with the bands about 12
Inches apart and the knees about 9 inches
rt Ttii-k the head down between the arm*,
e the back and pull the buttotks in. Inwards
*i-m i Movement Allow the back to hollow
in n>ad to position ui lower sketch A; 'hi-
. .. i i,-.' the bullocks a* high as possible
oiiirhih* jeml ihr elbow* This monk1, be done
m Continue by slosvlv aaum
the Bra position again, breathing out, and
Fists exercise Is particularly uselul to prevent
It also mobilises the spine In the
g*er pans where it Joins on to the pelvis
The*.- movements should be slowlv and
m lierlormed ten times
EXERCISE 3
AdSt'UsI um poaition
* Rest tlnger* on a chasi
tbg i-j .: ii m difficult
tubuiee Seitie
nmly dour, on 'o ilie heels
and .vpsra'e t*M I
wideU an possible. Bring
neither und r.**
the tandtn position
und siiik down imam on to
the heels Return to lint
uai.it ion and bounce on ih*
heels once or twice, aepar
< 11- 'U.- .!.. auam ii-
>iaib.e. Do this
tlw
EXERCISE 4
AMOaEB Dm DDtUlon, In
lira* sketch, wiih tin
Ul 1- inches apar.
Imuortan
Sel not on the floor
iween them
Hollo" the nack. and
throw the baad back, pro&v
:n tha hands upon the
Uiikhb. as in the second
sketch.
Breathe in durum Una
n.>l.-llM-Ul.
Bring the body and ..i
forward, resting the elbows
hi the ground immediately
m front of the knees it'urit
II
ihL. uiovenent
Go .Jowly back to the
first position. Rest lor two
or inrec Dream.-, and con
linue as brtore This exer-
cise should be done slowl-.
and dehbefH''i; ten unn
igulaxly. and deeply while
RaJaebotb feel together u>
right angle with the body.
allow them to drop
It so that the heels
S(l Uie floor gently until
i la the flfat poaiuon.
eXerefefc) ! rtoellen1.
9 lor the hiy joiuU
.joniinul m-vti- 4i.
U-(le* .if 'lie i'v
Many DM
UXt both legs together lo the
Wright position. II at first
it cannot, be done then
raWo the leet togeili"t 0D
the ground Hx '
and put them down rdot>
Alter a week ur two II Ml
be possible to do 'he 'ul>
EXERCISE
I IE on the back with the head auppored an
a low pillow, the hands rusting lightly on the
abdomen Just oetow the ribs as m the upyei
.-ketch Take a deep breath, lllling the cli<
it is well rounded under the collar bones- adding
gentle pressure with the hand<> on the abdomen
Take three lu'l breaths in ihla position and
rest lor a moment. Then place the hands on the
inner aides ol the knees, forc.ng 'hem out a. f;i
as they will go. as shown In ihe lowri skeich
Oo back to the first position and repeal the
exorcise five times
This is particularly n riul At an aid to bieatn
ing control when lying on the iwk. und at the
stretch the big muscles down the insldea of the
'highs.
(All Fieeeleea *h EXERCISE 6
I II llal on the back Win
k the ioes pointed and the
oead reating on a low pillow,
he hands to the sides abOMI
urea inches Irom the thighs.
fle anna fall Vsngth, u m
*ketch.
Take one or two deep
treatha. raiat the rlglr- le|.
poUi'.uig the toe.
Slowly replace
jjnund. Oo this 1 Ul
with Um rlgh' and six tliL
with the lelt leg. Rest ii
a lew mo menu sod
relaxed, breathlnt
*Frc*n 'Introduotloei to Motherhood'fteiMUheg be Nelnemaan Mcdicut floobi (6s.)
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London ExfJv*. tiervi^a
What other COLD remedy
doesALLthis?,----------

CLEARS STUFFY NOSE!
SOOTHES SORE THROAT!
EASES ACHY CHESTI
CALMS RASPY COUGHl
' ft- % "-"" "aS SJ?v.rRuE fS8
placet and *> _
rubbed on at bedtime
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A.mt OUTt.o. A
II. chc... tod< "J BT
.. i.?i5 .d wm'V "I""".1
ot IN sin
,11. chew, ta* !
^-.iirn, ecliou c-e acri>
r m VapoKuhfcmeowe.1
W0U..penr-';'>",0^,'UJ
nia I I^Vlie It t'" I'*****'^
the bothersome oua
aim j.^w "" *"".5r eCrKmm. u"u>
Manners Makyth
Money
* Johll ( l.irkr
n
iK-ni il.i'H ipa
in 11
:u.red a b'x ai the orxtd m
head of Suit
Aiimei haa coast u rtlng f" aasMJset mvttg

; knj rangi'i.: I
i Nrha| i
Bell l IS S
ail .hanie for fee**. > 10
*-ul her leaders lha D rioaMiaU f.\
rt.eolfe eeaif jmr aI*o/
for Uuir very tlmt ::f, >4s n-shed to are
avhmaMucus
Isosenel Firs) Day
- Nr-.t ra^i.in- la sol

i ,hi> a*e -
re. Imirwd -

Tear :ru:Urru and ti.rs oi< |
pi.ii are ppli/i.<<; for ., ,..or post.
hD be mid-ir
.-. dl<
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g*l
ii...,) Obi PmI,
p M
iui ihe young; wm
Um ih- .inpi,.. tss U-.


')
.''.: SI.
frlpt with hrr boas, but: 1/ Ihe
'nkes hrr to a th.o''.- ..'
iu'iis in H troupe town,
"iar i* wire, bur she hihsI mm in
'*" or her manner fr.-ei
n>nr S)aeas> |gp>eih-e as ai'irtniMfl
fliari other h/e la SJerewi
1 If She does (tie il m hi
uieeivH.vd tgftie fuel gfl
oio/ttllp 'tord on foolc.H
Ouisidc oflke noun iha is b>
ressead MSffJ llmroughly In the
;.rt ol* navint: n nicely mannerea
good time Young men call lo
lafce her out to restaurant* i"ih.
u.rl should frri quit,- ,
Ihgarfrg 'Tln-rr teas an old-Jesh-
.i^l id.-o ihnt u kMI unladplilre r<>
pploiid. U'har woastsias. It is kind
o lha actors."), and when it is all
over with she shnuld nol
"thank you" lottar uules* It hati
been a really hii par" ! I H
should look i- Hinugli she w.i
Hi tin!; K..valtv
uvmg M*t one to right on the
i-se goo-1 manners dealrabV
ling a marriage, in
lining and in snorting Roy-
. Miss Alliwter wi'.h lun *
M-nneis
whh-h. as she BBM,
e people coti'Mlei I <
Aw< sphere u>*' con hi
irarleef
.ni r.iuivi thaa feojra) ' wod o*-1
In i ..
. st'ljtshiirs*. yrn.-irn......|
rhOl U. dd'.- n.jl atlOtS Ii
"Tha aril t botiui
men ! gcgea, afti r all. hsVa
hi liuberuf now and must tako
lie I -.ih ri.it.
d Muptd v. v.
. i i i-
n> fu'i. not si hi
l.itt.i:, I I
> hi Incrvd
ii.M-K nit" bii
A C-liurmrr
' of the tniir >U 0
U' "ell-iimnncred nl rtOBM pou
will be an ..baulutc eharmrr
i PST] when
gaatt is Ihe Kum Of I'hil
,i hll
I il own. | like
Ml the old
kind of book> with all those areh-
.inri. you had lo be on
: atass all ..
-Ul
Fun lor A Party
The pDM of Kxp.-i: Witnesa
I au amuaiiui gtu,,,, {, pa^
kioup i.f all age*.
Pla* .-I i ...,iii-i-i:- (ninall
jars or buttles all alike, g nuinbe.
of thing* with pungent odura
vinegar, cullev, tomalo )uu<
amphoi, vanilla, tubai i
spices. Number the containers
uui wnle down what's in each
am Blmdiold guests in turn
und are how each dawne* as an
expert wiUieas on odors Sight
playa a great part in the udor-
rvcugniUon of moat pemons.
You can also use things like an
orange, banana, leather-g love,
dollar-bill cedar box. Place Iheae
on a tray and keep it imii ni i^i,'
except when Its DgsU presented
to a blindfolded paCSOQ. As .
Joke, aulnnlt one jar empty and
see how their imagination trarfcg.
Also while persons are blind
folded, you can test the ucuUmess
>f th< ii hearing. Have a guest
ke u number of noises and nee
the !iliiutf.i|i|ed person call
determine what they an*. Th"
sort of noises to make are striking
match, tearing a sheet of Ktltt
paper, pouring water Into a glass,
filing finger nails, sandpapering h
stick, etc.
-. I Tha
l,rn on It vi liraikinaan-t anaa*"
more rarrMdilnc i.i- I n. i|a a-> i
iris nhr(p . rir r | vi^'
. laasfliij
.-:., a*..
i m Ffuagpu ami
awti aaa i ot rcb
MeWllW Pit
Mill POIII.i HOI..

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1
l'*S* TtlSS
It's surprising nol
rarnllla
many of
.......................I P u wopfl
recogni/e when you can't uctually
ev what's beuig dune, and aiOlsS-
ing giiessea are made
Children^' l^tler
tMai Chfldn a,
Thaidi 't'-i isssi
Sreek, bail .some rat
about your Inrthdayi. ag*d 1 ni
reull;. anxious lo tssVea Lbatn, DOS.
I am taking a new roll
: pa mi will cooUnua to ssi-
rsoUday, and pst
youi Hsons n peep oecaaionall>.
>.::> '. i.
waiii next term.
and lo vou
all
CHTLDRsWS I IHTOR.
ri;N rAi*
I l:iss llislin. Iii.il
Jamosoo nouti aa ot
no rnlng lli
arhi i I'len'.l'. i'iiiIerred on
kha annual I'liiiiini of hi'.
, i.i- ,,t the collage ni..,iiom.
Chester, Halifut. Kochi-sle.
.111,1 Vi-k .ill wars born, no* sMarfc
OT leSM n.inieil in < itiea beariDg
those sar.e najne* V.t no WO SJ
them WflffO horn no
: .. d tlsa ism catj
and nun i the caw
n-.....'
Hrwdf >nl WM bOTO in Halifax
und woiks Ir) t'heslrr wli. u llu
.s iniirried Tlie man
who works in IdHhisi-1 was mar
iil in Halifax Hradlord is Ih.
i irlhp a i I thi n !"' wot*
where Itochesler STOg Imrn
Who workh in Hm.li g
ai""l "i l>ii""" *> a"A '"
Rupert and the Back-room Boy^ 42
"IH
lha two pali izc H tin tie*
Podgr looks narvoui. but lor while
jirung happtns. 1l>" sa/ms co
Judder and ta laa* come
tliutahog do*e. "Here. I don':
nke this." quaver* I'oda). * ht
inikas oA si Up ped. Sol know-
ing whi: will (all ms(. Rupert stana
IS
jfllbound. Ihr IMS,"
_ 'h'.enly h-ll.hrht.ahi
thai E **' H trunk wobblina
ind. look. I do believr I aoit>a
hack (oio the ground I" Suw
caouah. ht win-hr.
firthcr ind lunh.' into i*i holt
lions which it first grew. O
s^Mw^
all day I o n j
Tliia wonderful geaaatlo>l If tt'.inl-Tfully wy Soar'.
hciwar yourself all OVW WilJi a-hmeee lb.u<|u-t la
Powder, after aVOT) both, l1(,4V bavtha. Then all
long y'Hir fn eaa SriO b> UM cmx'j of
friend- your i g nsVVefloial iiken last
tlMire w.I' linger kUmiI you a Mihtlv
For GBBBBBgfl Bouyia-t ia tut. Tal-wn I'os./-, Wltl
fragranne Uiat men love.
JlBM
rasy

Mm
SUITS
T-u^e br ..p^w. . .i iwta aM *
(odti.lilf pnual and f-ieni*el in i-iik
o'dintnihif Scf^ loi -iif \m* aaiu>wmn
fMKX-i al I lM.lt .1,1*1
Wrw >min \*n
wwaee V.it*
l-*twe San fjKh Ttoi
",i m luii'Siee in fooS ax
|i *r Mneiri Cl\^ti |Ii|t.i>f
9.10
" 7. IS
^f>c^.......
RKf. w..i. < -i.iiCiii.^ni
Af*:HCSr(B. |M<,1*NSD
-jftaesi
^.- ^-rfc To caplure iml retlin the toitneSJ ill \-niil.'n1 iUb
v hi mint V.-e|i il daOpl) I' in. KipSJgff a, d DUO fr.i-iir.L
II. |fn toniglit with a Yardlev (leunving Ocniu, UlgaaBfl \\i\\\ Wfkl If'am,
BUld Stimulate uilli SSlg ej tbg (..mug I otioil..
miu'irow s..nr n.um arLU BS) ll.v right you were't
lieaulv pri-puriiiioiis b) YARDLEY
(aaaassssgeaaaaai Nsgl 11
i I aaJaBM Haasr>p Has*' Hgiige
Keailrr tgpaSMl I vr BsbbSkMI Maaamtl
i ii I. I v
You'll Love the
Fashionable Look of
Broadcloths
in Plain Colours!
'W\
Solid] shades KM live foundniivn of fusliion. 'I'lu'v lend tlieiii-
w4v*ai U the iii'ssi enchanlitig. i;.iv (iiinbiiuiltuiw with ulhor
"IVg-mada" wilid Khndea. nthiM-* and Horal deaigna.
"Teg-made" broadcloth shatt-> n. n'w roiu-epl in high
fashion colour and taUtlBl , lla raaUll 'if the OOnUHMd
skills of weavers and dyers of one ol the largest in.unjliu-
lureru Qf COttOfJ fahrics in the world. Itelmonl and Kiwlvn
''lex-made" broadclotha are sun-l.is!, tub-f;uit Kairviiie.
Itnghtim and Trouville are lens expviksive. 'J'lswy cut and
drape perfectly. They nreejuy to wash ... and durable, too.
Ask for '"Tex made" broad riot I m nt yoiu* favourite niore.
Look for the 'Tex-mnde" la* tm the piece goods and bo
assured of eotnplete rtatiafaclioii
"TEX-MADE" IS WELL MADE
Cashmere Bouquet
TALCUM POWDER
coit.II"..,oiui.nii cq


PAGE EIGHT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
il INDA1 M I'l I MBEK
8ARR\D0SAl)\D f.---------j------------*---J------T---------1
SISsUS kr UM AS**-aM C*.. LM., BUM* BC SMMftU--
Siinda>. September S, 150
Peace
ELE\ 1 i memor-
able Sunday rnornlne; the latfl Mr. Neville
Chamberlain then Pnm Minister United Kingdom told the Uritish people
that Ills Majesty's Government were at
war with the forces ui Hitler's Germany.
The story of that memorable Sunday is
boa mar to us for oblivion. Men who served
aith Hi* Majesty's Forces from the 3rd
day of September IMS are still on Um M
day of September 1950 liable to recall be-
cause a "state of emergency still exists'*
and the last war has never wholly ended.
Apart from this technicality, there have
been constant hostilities throughout the
world since the official end of major fight-
ing in the late summer of 1945 Bitter
lighting in Palestine, large scale bloodshed
In India, war in Indonesia, war in Malaya,
war in Greece, war in Indo-China, war in
China, riot.s. civil disturbances, strikes
have continued with little intermission.
until today we are engaged again in the
biggest police action in history to which
the application of the name war cannot
logically bv withheld.
But in addition to open acts of hostility
the imperialism of Soviet Russia has by in-
filtration and sabotage ground under whole
countries in the name of freedom.
Little more than 100 years alter the
abolition of slavery within the British
Commonwealth, the world which the nine-
teenth century champions of evolution and
progress believed to be broadening into
new form* of enlightenment and material
well being is threatened by a new form
of slavery which forces whole populations
to endure only one way of life.
Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Ru-
mania, countries where freedom was
loved and honoured a decade ago have
been ruthlessly beaten into subjection
Men who loved freedom and God more
than the Boast of idolatry and the worship
of man, have been tortured and impris-
oned. And all these things have been
done under the pretence of progress and
the interests of the people.
The supreme hypocrisy has been the
pretence, the unbelievably naive pretence,
of Stalin's Russia that the agreement of 52
members of the United Nations to resist
the North Korean attack on South Korea,
was an act of aggression on the part of the
United States.
Compared with these babblings of the
representatives of the greatest imperialist
power (Soviet Russia) the world has ever
known, how refreshing are the simple
words of President Truman.
Talking, not as a dictator, but as the
elected President of the United States
where government by Uie people for the
people is no empty slogan, Mr. Truman told
his fellow citizens f the United States,
and indeed of the whole world: "We want
peace. . Our men are lighting for peace
today in Korea. We are working for
peace constantly in the United Nations
and in ull the capitals of the world. Our
workers, our farmers, our business men,
all our vast resources, are helping now to
create the strength which will give peace
and security.
"We want peace not only for its own
sake but because we want all the peoples
of the world including ourselves, to be
free to devote their full energies to mak-
ing their lives richer and happier.
"We shall give what help we can to
make this universal human wish come
true.
"We invite all the nations of the world
without exception to join with us in this
great work."
We in Barbados are included in that in-
vitation.
We too can work and pray for peace
and in however small a measure contri-
bute to the forces which are fighting to
prevent the triumph of a system of life
that depends on physical and mental
slavery for its existence.
CARRY >\
On Tuesday last the Hou.e of Assembly
passed the Civil Establishment Order
which had been submitted by the Govern-
ment. The Order does not aim at giving
salary increases to members of the Civil
Establishment, but at reorganising the
various departments of government so that
they may work more efficiently and ex-
pcditiously. Criticism !>as been made that
the mills of governmentgrind too slowly.
An attempt is now being made to remove
the grounds for criticism.
In recent years and more particularly
during the war years the amount of work
with which government departments bay I
had to cope has increased considerably.
The Adams Report dealt not only with the
salaries in Uw Civil Service but also nude
nteomm I the depart monts. Those recommendations
are now being belatedly implemented.
The Colonial S< mUiy*! Oilier will have
tlw trvlaat of an additional Assistant
< tary together with four
A Ui ism has been
rw u
- various officers are
made ckaj Am criticism will probably dis-
appear. Some form of liaison between
-I the public is sorely needed
and the opportunity may be taken to give
one ol Um now officers the task of keepu.b
the public informed of the government's
point of view on any matter of public
., 11| 11 :,t
En other departments the principle
appears to be accepted that the Head of
each department should have an Assistant.
Tins i. i "*mnd principle as it enables the
i to take the place of the Head
I iin -ase. In some cases however
the need for an Assistant is based purely
..ii Um pRMHin of work now borne by the
Head
Nowhere is this more true than in the
MM Of SeawHI Airport. Provision is now
made for an Assistant Manager. The
growth of the Airport and the great exten-
sion in the services which use the Airport
require a larger staff. The strain and re-
sponsibility on the Managei would be
unbearable if it were to continue for an
indefinite period without his having assist-
anre The government is to be commend-
ed on realising the importance of the
service at the Airport and taking steps to
relieve the Airport Manager.
Provision is made for the appointment
of an Assistant Librarian when the Library
services are extended to the rural areas.
The Library is an invaluable and indis-
pensable part of the educational life of
this island and by giving an Assistant to
the Librarian the government has shown
its awareness of the service which is being
rendered by thut department and by the
provision made will hasten the extension
of library services to the country districts
The Library has seen great changes and
great improvements in recent years but
with these improvements have come more
work and the need to expand. It is to be
hoped that the extension envisaged will
soon bo made possible.
In increasing the staff of the Probation
Service and the Social Welfare Depart-
ment, the government might have taken the
opportunity to form a closer association be-
tween those departments. There is how-
ever, some opposition to such a suggestion
and the government may consider that the
time is not opportune for such a change.
With the increase in staff the govern-
ment departments should be able to cope
more effectively with the volume of work
which confronts them. It is essential thai
tin- pofltl be kept filled and the government
must now turn its attention to the mean,*
which are to be used to ensure that this is
done. Training courses will have to be
provided and conditions of service must
remain attractive and if necessary be made
more so.
A good start has been made. It is up
to the government to continue the good
work.
Silling On The Fence
II. "Villiuni. I 4.....1..,,-,
C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD.
Phone, M7! COUNTRY I II I
A start has been made in providing some
of the country centres with community
Until These are a great necessity to
give a sense of village life to scattered rural
groups, and to reduce the drift to the town
which is such a marked feature of the
twentieth century.
The community centres which have been
started are meeting with the success which
they deserve. Catering to the youth of
the district, they are giving opportunity
for otherwise hidden talent to show itself
in such forms as music, dramatics or any
other manner. The churches are giving
these centres their support seeing in them,
quite rightly, a great help in the work
which it tries to do.
A variety entertainment was recently
held at the St. Andrew Centre and those
who attended were very pleased indeed
by the high standard which was attained.
The Church Choir was in partial la.* ex-
cellent and to those who devote so much
of their time to such worthy objects the
thanks of the entire island is due.
There is still in Barbados a great need
tor persons who are willing to give their
time and assistance to such cau3cs to come
forward and give a helping hand. The
sense of civic responsibility and a desire
to help those who may be in a less fortunate
position needs great encouragement in Bar-
bados.
Ln matters of this kind the people should
not look to the government. The idea that
the government must do everything is not
a good one. In a country where the moral
sense of the community is high, public
service of a voluntary, unpaid nature should
always be ahead of government. The
Social Welfare Office may act as an advis-
ory body to those who are doing similar
work but that Office should neither be
required nor expected to provide all the
social welfare which is needed in this
]-,jnd.
There are some ladies who are doing good
work. The island salutes them and only
wishes that there were more to help them
In their great endeavour. They should pub-
licise and encourage others to join, for
m causes more de>e
uimlchearted public support.
"T N future," the seien tills say.
M- "centenarians will be com-
BMnplace The normal expectation
of life will be about I2 ymn
In which case marriages be-
tween nonagenarians will also be
common pi ate. with the usual com-
monplace remarks by spectators at
the weddinsj:
Here she comes.
Ow. doesn't she look lovely*
She's wearin her bit of bhu.
Looks nice on her u-htte hair,
don't il' How old Is she?
Nlncty-ane. And he's 95
Just the rtuhf age. She looks
ever so nervous.
Well, wouldn't you'' She only
met him a week uro. Al | dance
They sou he's a wonderful
dancer Though a bit rough
But ever H kind to animals.
Thai's all mtu well. But he
doesn't (fence trtth animal*, doe*
he"
Her mother ihinka she ought to
have waited a bit. But you know
what young people are Will have
their own way
I know You i"f (ell em any-
thing
But there You're only young
once, aren't you?
Enjoy life while you cm, / say
Is that her father'1 lie looks a
bit part worn
-S"'> iiioifd anybody at 141 And
i'iiti tflMC ri.o'ned
Where's her mother"
Crying in thi Deft* |
Crying for a daughter of PI*
Oh ir-rtl. I like to see them cry.
don't you?
I suppose It wouldn't seem right
If they didn't
Still fhey do say if you lose a
daughter you gain a son.
And "married In blue he's sure
to be true."
Weil, she's hoping for the best
with her bit of blue in her heft*.
Bel I 'i-oi.ldn'r Irust any of them
IS Sot these days
You're tellin me.
I rick el llevelulioiis
All sorts of In
round the great man iW c;
Grace, the cricketer) One was
that his heard was false, worn
as a fortn of publicity. The
other, even sillier, was that he
was Mr Gladstone In dis-
guise"H I, Woodham tn
Tory Challenge.
THE truth about The Grand Old
Man of cricket Is even Miller
than that.
Although the beard was false it
was not worn to disguise Glad-
stone but one of the Gaiety Girls
Uk D t lit her contemporaries
this hard hitting actress was
big. full bosomed girl with a
hearty appetite. Convention forced
her to pick daintily at her food,
and also forced her hungr> stoB
sen Into tight-lnce 1 corsets
At thai time rleketers were
not fed on wafer i of tinned ham
and bits of limp lettuea. They had
steaks and chops i id great steam-
ing Joints on the tablo in the
pjivilion.
When the starve ig Gaiety Girl
heard about this she decided to
become ;i cricketer
As her face was .is well known
!..! --.: *.>- bou!h'. a board (no a wig-maker
In Jcrmyn-street and scored her
ntury at Ird's a week
later.
Rich young men who begged her
;o eat more of the expensive din-
tnay bought her. and were
the inevitable reply.
s much as you gweat,
" would have been
ee her the following
touched by
"1 can' cat
-twang me
amazed to
afternoon.
With her stays oil at last and a
porterhouse steak and a quart of
old ale under her belt, she would
open her powerful shoulders and
swipe the howling to the boundary.
breaking the hearts of bowlers as
easily as she broke the hearts of
peers, though the method was
dtnerenl Biographers of W. G.
?race Lwre often expressed sur-
piiM* Uiat --.. i man could be
pelty enough to dispute the de-
: ihe umpire.
One of them has mentioned the
incident when he refused to go
back to the pavilion when given
out l.b.w. and batted on to mske
the highest .score of the day.
If they had known they were
writing of a temperamental ac-
tress, (ull of old ale they would
have undn
Aji unrecorded incident was
when Grace (or the actress) pull-
ed off his (or her) sweater to
bowl His (or her) false beard
nearly came off. too.
Only the umpire noticed it. but
he. playing cricket to the last, has
taken Dil (and her) secret to the
grave.
World Strut*'iiisl-
A I'L. right, old man. You want
to attack Russia now. What
with, old man?
I suppose you must hare heard
if the atomic bomb, old ian?
Naturally, old man. But we don't
...tot lo use it first.
If we don't use it first, we may
not be in a position (o i se it at all.
Old rnan.
Are you prapoMruf. to murder
millions of women and children In
cold blood, old man?
Do / look lil:e a murderer, old
man'
Not particularly, old man. But;
1 can't see how you can use the
bomb without being a murderer
of the Innocent.
Hoir many U'omen and children
an employed til Baku, old man?
I wouldn't have the slightest
idea even If I know where it was.
old man
Baku happens to be the site vt
RusstaS chief oil u-ells. and /
doubt if there are many women
and children there. Would you
like me lo shorn you hole uie could
cripple Russia with one blou' over-
night, old man?
Certainly, old man.
Assume that fhis part of the
tablecloth where the soup stains
are. represents the coast of North
Africa. Got it, old man?
I should hope so old man
And that mustard pot and that
pepper pot represent the oil -relit
of Persia and Iraq. Got that too.
old man?
I think so, old man.
Now. old man. Your plate of
lunch represents Baku, and this
salt-cellar our aircraft carrylny
one atomic bomb.
Mind that salt-cellar, old man.
The screw's loose.
You are basin u your aircraft on
/roridly territory in North Africa,
you are poiny tc fly orer a sea
controlled by us, and over land
Which "*i" offer no resistance be-
cause the oil wells are controlled
by us. Follow me, old man.
So far, old man.
Here comes your salt-cellar, or
aircraft, flying in the dead of
niphf. unthout warning, to destroy
Russia's oil wells ai.d iinrnobiiist-
all her funks and rnotorised in-
fantry
I>"ik out, old man.
Over the sea you go, over the
Persian Gulf, ocrr Iraq and baiio.
smack, wallop poes your bomb.
Riyht in the middle of the well*
And right In the middle of my
lunch, loo, old man.
I'm sorry, old man.
I warned you the screw B*M
loose
Lai trie order you another lunch.
They say a fool never takes a
ariiing.
I'm not accustomed to
illed a foot, old man.
Nobody railed you a fool
being
In that case I must be yeltinp
deaf. I thought this was going to
he a friendly arOUTnenr. old man.
1 rather hoped so. But there it
Is. Good morning, old man
Good morning, old man,
L.E.9.
Our l(< , :
Warning: Hurricunis
Tu the Editor, The Advocate-
oir,Your leader in Friday s
issue of the 'Advotate' was llinny.
After just a year's respite from
our last visitation a far more
satisfactory systems of general
warning might, and should hap*
been put in force.'
Hi own experience was that 1
received a telephone
from a friend at 6 a.m. on Thurs-
day August 31, that the cautionary
signal had been given, and I was
advised to take acUon. Luckily my
telephone was not out of order, as
Ino sort of intimation whafecT
lof the Impending danger was re-
Jcelved In this locality from official
sources! I may add that just a year
ago when we experienced a "near
miss". I was without telephone,
electricity and water; all (Jwei
public services hariny fai'ed
Then, as on this occasion, no
ffldal signal or information
reached me here'
I suggest that a siren be installed
forthwith at Codrington Experi-
mental Station which Is the
ihvious site for inovkhns effective
taming over a wide area new,
pparently neglected
A II KCAIFF
"La Garoupe".
Cave Hill.
St. Michael.
September 2. 1950
Sform.../'o To Ihe Editor, The Advocate
SIR,You were very kind 1"
publish storm warnings, and
what should be done SOmeoM
made me laugh .when they toll
me we should take along eatable*
in our bags, but to poor people
this osjndl Ukf
If the Government wil
a ration for storms and li
they must make a grner.il survey
and help the poor to
Many of their house*
Also foods tul!
and clothing should be ad-
i't rhaps the groceries
would give away m couple of
empty large tins to secure these
emergency rations, or reduce their
tinned stuff, so that the poor could
taste a bit of meat or shrimps.
And if the weather keeps Ilnd.
why we can Invite a friend to
dine.
POOR MAN
Exptowr*
To the LdUor, The Advocate- -
SIR,Everywhere I go 1 meet
people like myself who anp being
taken advantage uf and have n
redress. The cosl of living is de-
veloping explorers In Barbados.
These people rent out rooms to
increase their income, and prey
upon poor people lo give then
luxuries. I ask. what protection
is for the tenant? Where is this
Kent Restriction Board that should
be working? Tenants are being
exploited and ill-treated, and all
because they have nu proper
rooming houses or nowhere to
lay their heads.
If the Almshouse had any other
name, some would seek shelter
there, as It would provide better
accommodation than these so-
called rooms that the "explorers"
have to offer. 1 suggest that
every house which takes in a
loonier be made to register with
the Housing Boarrl There should
be a check-up to know what is
going on, and the cries of the op
pressed should be hearii
OPPRESS El)
Student*' Picnic
To the Editor. The Adtwofe
SIR,The picnic mentioned on
page five of Toduy's Issue of your
I- sponsored by "Students
H' and not
by the "Evening Institute" as re-
ported.
I would be gntafu ,i you would
make this correction
KEITH W HOPS,
For UM
Vpper Bank Hall \ Road,
,iber 1, 1950.
Car Park*
To. The Editor. The Adrocate.
Sir. I should like to call at-
tention lo the nuisance caused b>
ears being parked on the Bay I
Road opposite the Ocean VstW ,
Hotel as welt as on the narro\<
side road near a main road oppo-
site with nil main road. The)
l>.ti kiiii; ol cars on another road i* |
bad enough, but cars also parked
on a side road near its junction
with this main road makes the
situation even more difficult and
duajnri m
This aloa road is too narrow to
permit of more than two cars
being ubreast of each other; and
the result is that if a car tries t<
enter this blind corner from the
main road and is suddenly con-
fronted with another coming In
the other direction, the first car.
not having the right of way, ha<
to back out blindly into tag Bail
road traffic, an operation mad<-
more difficult OWmi to much 0)
the space available being occupies1
by the cars parked near the Ocean
View Hotel.
Last week, a car coming from,
the direction of the Marine Hotel,
found the entire side road blockc I
because a lorry delivering ken
one or petrol through a pipe line
to Johnson's stables, occupied t1
entire space left by cars parke.t
on the reverse, the opposite ride
of the road. The owner driver
had to reverse the entire length
of this side road before he could
find another exit from Marine
Gardens.
Last year public attention anal
ailed to Bug nuisance and the
pottos put a stop to ft. But It is
now as bad as ever. There Is DO
necessity for people having busi-
. h v
I the Mar-
ine Hotel i al prlvett houses In
this v* Inii to put up
. i ., t seeing that
park oppo-
rrom the Intersection of
i fads
SCOTLAND'S BUST
is
SCOTTISH
CREAM
miMnn st on ii iniisKi
A Favourite at
all the Leading
Clubs.
?
Ask for SCOTTISH
CREAM WHISKY at
Your Grocer.
With A Tropical
Tin: cokkkct BBAD \\::.\K
FOB THK HOT DAYS AHEAD.
Si'lctl Yours (rom Ihe following . .
Cowrrd in While at ............. $4.21 Each
.....Khaki al ............ 4.S6 Each
.. Silk al .............. 5.39 Each
Da COSTA A, Co- ltd.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
VWIVWVAWV//^
there are many
many Rums,
but there is only
ONE
GOLD BRAID
the best
blended Rum :
in Barbados !
GODDARDS GOLD |
BRAID RUM is "the |
All-Purpose'' Liquor |
...v.'.'.-,*.'-'.


SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
Y.M.C.A. Report Shows
Progress In 1949
BOND n UJVOS Ml
PACK NINE
M'.lAXIXf. TIIK MWS
*ince IB42 th
V.M C A
Ih* M1RI ,.i buj 1 HOI K ,.'.
a. playing He[d. und on Its frith lima who were itrtMh efl
yaar tin- 1 mil, ..,, .
ajraeanani witb the >wncr Un
F. N. Grannum for the purchase
of this prr>>erty (or 5,000 at the clone of Uie
ThLs appears in the Annual H 578.
Report of the Association pm- 1 'lit Group still con In i-
at the Seventieth Annual DM then programme 01
Gasieral H A ----- present sirengt' of tl
lion at Usatr h'.-arlqunrten ye*. , ia. It Is hoped that U i
lards > ..rtenioon. D n*i Iron
Tm raped stated sii.it m order Mn
to earry throu- h the purchase ihe
HW'Uqiuners (St. Germain) was Tha Uiractoti ar* luspfrj
sold tor 7.000 T/ie Kile of tho p ft that Uie A*. i
Headquarter* an purchase of a position to assist a lart,e
Wakened will place the Associa- of organizations i .
atlon m a position to offer Mem-
bers a Cricket and/or football
field and two tennis courts but
the question of providing suitable
roan lor it hall, billiards.tabs*
tennis restaurant. etc.. will
r.eeeaalUte a considerable amount
of adtlitiirwil building to Union
l.odif.' The 00*1 f clearing and lioned
prepnriiiK the grounds and en-
:. rj;inif He building will rcquin*
a substantial sum The Hoard ll
not in -i position to state at th.-
moment how Oil- amount will be
raised, but in order to cany
through t'ie wheme each individ-
ual member will for huine time
be called on to assist In a practical
way otherwise many of our acti-
vities will have to be considerably
curtailed. By the Agreement the
change t-ver is expected to be
about mid-August, provided poa--
saarion of Wakefleld is given on
the 31st July. 1950.
Association Represented
The General Secretary Capt
H. H. A'ilUams M.B.E., at his
own expense represented the
Association ;it .i Conference of the
\\ I
l have "(ir ran pren
h* Association will
offer gn
lie community ih;m in ||
r .. ,.., a
iatlon would not havi
tthoul th* regulai use '>i
III
n en from \
i remises lor the purpose of play*
inif this name.
Some of the oitu-i
'hat made use of our premises
are:
The Barbados SP.C.A.
The Barbados Clerks' Union
The St. John Ambulance As-
sociation.
The British and I
Society
Th* !i;irbados Football A
tlnn.
The Hoyal Navy and M.-rcKm'
I-e* true.
Appreciation
The foregoing report would Ih-
lucumplctc without |
Lkno.iUiitmeiit of our deep ap-
THE TENNESEE
\ ALLEY PROJ KCT
t Yew Way Of Life
Hv HMItllM llHIS-dN

Provisional Regional Committee pieciation to the Barbados Legis-
hnld in Caracas from 7th to 10th hture for their Grant-ni-Aid To
October, 1949. the Ministers of nil denomination-;
At this Conference a Working for their ready sympathy and as-
Agreement between the A**o- BlBtasW, to the many friends who
elation* of Latin America and the hai I cook to us as spaata
Caribbean area was arrived" at lecturer*, io the leaders and corn-
and a Regional Service Commit- nitta* men ,.f th* diflas*
WHILE WAITINO for tbc city to opsa. many
firm glimpse of the Advocate" for the new*
Venezuelans Need
Interpreters
SAYS VISITOR
Chatting With the animation whirh ch*J
..ii.l daUghtW* ft Latin Amvnca. Senon '
of Venezuela told the Advocutc yaj I
many others of her country think high.) ol th> lUl u*d
of education which Barbados possesses.
that reason that---------------
tee was appointed under the
Chairmanship of Dr. Carlos
Stalner of Mexico for the purpose
of developing a working unity
among the A
ii lends
who have assisted, to Uie
Btnoi .i
week he,
G<
turned now with litr four dmich
who haw contributed to lei!( wnom .,
i* funds and thus assisted In
king the work possible, to tne
and Radio Distribution Ltd
Region so that the fullest possible ror'th*ir never-failing willingness
collaboration may be fostered
among them within tho frame
work of thu worid-wide fellow-
ship of the Y.M.C.A-. and to pro-
mote the expansion and develop-
ment of Y.M.C.A. work In the
region on a Regional or Zooal
basis with all expedition in
conformity with the extension
policies of the World's Committee
of the Y.M.C.A's.
The Association record the
visit of Mr. B. D. Kaye of Uie
Scottish National Council. rapr*>
senting Uie National Council Of
England, Ireland und Wales from
22nd November, 19-19 to 19th Jan-
uary, 1950. Mr. Kaye was Uie
guest et the Association during
hi* stay. Social functions at
which he met Members were or- Mr.
ganlsed in his honour.
Mr. Kaye success in hi
the Caribbean Area.
Io give publicity to events from
lime to timeto all who have hod
liny share In carrying forward
tdls work for another year, we
most grateful thanks.
The Asv-ciation r,ill upon fel-
lOW members to loin us in
dedication Surely God
it s->i..,: n......
in,- iim- thai1 ii.i
. | rarnali

Bridgetown
At 8
Bridgetown


IN rncnUdos mnung i like th)
i th i......).!.. s<-nor* Mtonn- People are arriving quietly
1 "i "evttrybodj '" Ul* "l>'( for wurk w lor n.^-
whu is loybodb on* P*"**. and thu^e who havr i.
I ad i ln.liii.iv SJha per- '*>' "J' buses have time on their
. m -onally has already advertised th' hands before the business place*
sum- Island from the education angle. "P**
The Association was in the hap- t2 line
py position of offering hospitalU> Cpl Jones of the Traflic Branch
tq fOUni men Hon. several of the said Ui.il tl- ur was driven
I Utfa along Bay Stres-t at over 3: mil.
Ctuiana and In panlcular the p*f hour. The speed limit on
Trinidad Table Tennis Team and mat road Is 20 miles per hour
th* M-lvcrn Sports ClUD Th*** Otdlsdltr was represented by Mr
visits are of inestimable value in v.. W Reeee while Sgt For.le
making rev.- :n)h <
ci.ips and i" bttogto_toiprthr ihe
onlng us in these times to lei go 'ot "h*1 enroungej; all her counto They stand on sidewalks, read
our self-sufflclencv. to frequent ptspl* who want to give their ;n>' morning paper, do *
His nltars. to learn of Him and to chlldrao high school education \n shopping and gossip.
n ke n v.- itnown in ml thaj ?"<< Ihara Mn When b o*csoeJi strikes, then
__________________ Ti inidad Un things begin to hum. ami th* i .,-
--------------------------- I found liar- '*st xhopping day of the week is
FOUND GUILTY ',L'V 25*5 !,u" B*>*wn ......
nccaecrTiUr ( h" f TI,mK "^ crowd1 "' wWol* driven
Ur iHttUftSij Asked what she thought w*i ,dcr utd P*-d.trians have to use
.- i-..,Hi,r nt UMi.. ''"' ^uvl "P ,h;' Itaibadw 'hat cxlra bit of Car*
:- on ftlday found guilty by |lL, ,,, ( ,
stanj ol th* 3
ipl i| dlfllculL and
...
felling through tl,.
bad sh,
..1,1 :,.-
even In
Othei plat
re the Hottb
A. McLeod, .>f P**dlng
We wish while driving the motor car X-65
work in Hong Bay Street on May 18.
Qulndkw vrll ordered to pay a
UVs Road and Roebuck Stioet- -
Ihe last named two being th* prill-
eipal gmcon ecntrai *r* th* most
nil n*n..im so until after
[rudcl*] whan bobm placai take-
half holiday. Many places how-
ntei|)i.t v.t pi-f-T to give their staffs half
on Thursday.
II If holldav or DO hair holldnv
': l.v eve-
ning, except for theatres, pubs ami
old night -, when Swan Strc-'
NONE SAVED
IN RA.F. CRASH
SINGAPORE. Sept
All of the IB occupants ol th
Hoyal Air
peoples of the West Indies
Directorate
At the Annual Election of
Directors held on the 29th Sep-
tember, 1949 for the Election of
even
Board of
two years
elected: The Revs. A. E Arm- feared to have been killed in the
strong. M.A.. B. Crosby. Messrs rraarl. Healer.
A DeL Inniss. C. Knight. J. G. A. -
Pile, V. B. St. John and C. D. E relationships of life. To
Williams. During the month of Him known
'" duo nisni*,wneasw.-in stre-
tsmmodato
I thi I, e*tal
mess pli
uhich WOV
::::k';r, 5
i utton i ban paopl* u**d to - ti
-- _. tTMl from coming to town and
Dlrcclor. to rve on th. "K'cd on Auu 2?m the gu.r- S3 iSS^S^VSTfiJ EK
of Directors lor a period ot ,|la.in|,..,od jungle terrain ol the .",.. ',,.""r '"' d '" '''' rtclen ami Irauld-b. rhamptnna
,..r, th. following were 'KcU,m gl.t.. M.l.ya. H. now ". and ,n?Ueon?nl H? Tl*---------- ".....r *"
T-.__n___ B" fir.... i .. i____ !._.__U.II^J L. <>... ,""'-u"*.". "'HI III IIK SPTOnO IIIIC. ".|,n r.iMi.l HiJ 111.......I. II... .

Id >>l,~. w'io could net through thai .,.
^5. JL^TT"?!* "* "' rP' "l'"u> dUmountlng
k.......i-"Gu.;:eh.or.h; sw jrvss&'.......S"' ss
E,,,e, Orimn J*. lahour ' "^ g^~3 S C L^^lS
nd S. Br.w.r were given six li.hm.et ol ,ust.ee among_ .11 w ftSliST "* ,orr'hlv '*" "" n,^ leave o, absenee.as the, ^_^t.l^^^ SLSZ ..owe,., m vv ^g^i SttUSSiX
'o ^ay who pushed
hom
Vi,ne/tu*!.iii.'. luitNr, ire very
were procMOjng to Engiann on "S." Mto m~Smiwim keen on learning English, and '
furlough. The Board asked thes. f"r. 'h'JU1^.B*ln'alCr;. ,cv Senora Ctonul.. is filling In her
members to represent this Asso- >"Volv s.ll-sacrinl.ial jiriie. |im(. -
dation at a Conference to be (.od gr.nl.to" "".. -!,. "M proBcknl in that language
held in Denmark during th. h. story "j"'""'" Snc i,o bMn In Barbados only IS pupil of Mrs de Roy. of Pinfold
month of August "* "'h"' l0, "i".? ?* ^ days, and has been le-rnlng Sinrt who h.....er.H lived In
Membership Mrth- b'ndi",'?'"! "eom* Enu"" for )I|K boul "* Bu' V,-.,h. r,.r 17 year..
Th. Full and Associate Mem- >ees. .nd Ihe euuwes ,lrMdy Ino ha, ,. ,, Se. r r.on7.1e.. when at homo
bershir, for the -ear under re- r.;unlty of sympat "y 'or on .an ^^^ ,, |ob ,,, , v,,./;1. hv. , TruJUlo
view show, a decrease of 20 on other, guldert h> a deathlec ,,. , |e.m|g more ^ u s, ,., Val,
the previous year This decrease in l nrisi
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PURINA
ii th* 11
I'VA proi*et la
m or dams ami
Ing the once lur-
nua***** nv*f. It repre-
Nem a new way .4 life
: in TVA to-ds is uorld-
- success is hailed as an
. rtattof) can
. i lop its restMU'ees for the
iii the prople
la riiiiiiti" in-rsi>ns visit
r\' \ *v*r] '''. it Is laid to nui
';. w York Ctb
close race as an aspect nf Amen
ran life in which people of Oth*i
II* interested.
During the veai endum in June.
: v \ .l>ltors In-
P aatttont ol Brazil
1 thi> :>mn)fiamatt'H
I I i
8 utli AMea, ;hi
Ft net art ngn-
e-onom - rron Haiti and
ni polWea] ete*
ftom England
Kit study and
. ', A .,. tiimplish
.;,-i.u ,
.. trtfl Nii.i-m in ll*J3
e* Valla* Authortty.
. cpoi .ition. iva* M't
th* prbnar} purpose of
U dams for
rigatuiri ;uid thi-
'i ni rleetrtc power
v ued in a
najor dams, seven-
t hii ' hav* b**ri built bv
t The imwrr pro-
ilxt*n rear* mui-
., power raaourt ol th*
line* for the bana-
i'.i of rwrtrt, horn* and Iraluan)
b.....i finiiliaslge that
-1.t % i' to the en-
Ur* region and that TVA. there-
i th* Intagrator of sreater
trial -nd home
: in n mi .ii ha* ii -
Indiuhrji lias urow,!! Ire-
rnendousl) beeauae or the nvsil-
iini't. or powar, in BMti, than
"! LI00 more manufacturing
ii.mi- in th* valnTj i'Hti in ih*
... than in 1933
< union R t'liipp, chairman of
of TVA. says that the
. '.'in to-dav Is Ihe largest single
Integrated system of its kind m
'.he world Last year It supplied IT
billion kilowatt hours of clrc-
trtett)
This has all but revolutionized
farm Ufa In tho valley. Rural elei-
trlflcaUon ha* really hit Its stride
sun. World War II By the end of
H4W. th*** were more than 461,000
.....*t* In th* tegton.
The number ol farmers served
t u ti "io than 320.000more than
ni of all farms in the re-
on, comparad nitn i:>.ooo
I u i had aiactifc service
In iB.13
The entire *r*a is iK'iii.. ilevel-
op*d in.uiily by Ihe people of tin-
vallej thanuelve* in a sort ot
Kin with the TVA.
r
TVA m electricity, ror instance, Is
distributed to the ultimate eon-
im*r b> t4!V municlpulltles and
. t s. lot,illy owned and
I'ndei contracts with
TVA they buy Ihe power whole-
1*1* eid distrlbut* it retail
iii addition to the power pro-
gram, TVA hai created a deep
*nrt*r navigaUoa ehannaL anabUng
niiili'in u;ilei t..itis|-irI;ilion In
ilevelop on the Tennessee river.
atlon Of numerous lakes
by TVA has had an Impact on
hi i I ti.ide. making Ihe area al-
i .1. in) iwlrnmliig, Dghlng and
oattnj Tourist *xp*ndlturei sn
itlmsUd a" about $175 million
ftacreatlonal facilities are
King further developed.
People of the valley to-day use
i' than four and a half times
.. much electricity as they did In
1'i.li. and about IB p*t cent more
.. -iti.Miti.ti eonaumar In
the United States. Clapp says the\
1 ..nt per KWH.
or about half as much as the aver-
fOf elertilc service In the
I,,--., ..r the U s
Clapp said:
"The basic reason for low rate*
In the valley to-day is that thev
were set low in the Unit place, it
m lion that such a pollia
i | t. ctrlclty would
bring about .. grent Increase In
POWM oonauntpuon, thus reducing
the cost pei unit while producing
enough revenue to .over tins.
TVA's development did not come
U'Uggl* Private power
fought it Opponents
barged that it was an experiment
in. detrimental to private
, nlerpri Hut TV 1
i.ni.iiit. i upheld Io

SOIIHI ng rantp In .
public i '. \ | Bar
'Pi' says:
Tiit- eoasaiunar* In the region,
have electricity which they did no'
have before, and a growing supply
to ke*p pace with Ihe I
the region They buy it at rate
ub*t*ntfatt> low
dpiired to pay foi it
\ at* ownci^iiir
i .ivc t mor* mining the pottet** and
in the management and operavioi
I the .Ii U ma win.!
erve their needs,
"'The nation's U
anaratlng and I
: .ii atectrk lystarrt >s imh. ludgei
1
.> it in*. lnve*ti nl
Clapp also Hnphaaia** that thi
. ni of ;I publlcl) own*
r throu
i ii..- ,m majority of Ih* p*opi* of th* n
tjioii" as expressed through thci
t wn satiric co-operatives.
"I suggest." mid Clapp nt an
. thai point, thai the Ik-si way fo
Ihe private i- to show MN "
lei prise
Sllllman B*%Uka, pul4tstM ( thi
Nashville Tern .
TVA's Iwnellts In glow:
V soy. Evans, "ti ttu
liluiest single development in th< .
'list.id '.( Us* lOUth and among the j
greatest in th* hbnor) of the na-
IOI1."
Frank Ahlgren, editor of tin-
Memphis Comnicrciiil Appeal, de-
scribes II as the greatest single'
oeooatnic davolopmenl In th* ranti
iii.c th* t-mi ami
Clapp concludes that TVA, In I
bringing electric energy to farms.
homes and factories, "is helping io.
llhanga] fnvdom from a theorv to'
a fact."
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WlllTl M 111 f K lilt. M.IKS
iih Lnrthrr Sulrs u III.II prr Pair
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PACK TEN-
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Sl'NDAV, M i-i i Mill :: '! ''"
Village With No Radios
No Water Gets A Plane
(By DONALD ORIFFIS)
LIMA, Peru
[ iiK transition from the era of mule transporta
poweied b> a Pratt A Whitne>
i"("i' of 4iM amazing 875 ho
1 Hornet engine and ran ny as
Hh transition lrom the era ol mule transporta "">r " " fp """
,. .... weather *a* good and u'm-itg
tion to tne air age is being made by the people ->ionE at iso miles pat hour at u
of the little Peruvian village of Mendoxa without Sjjfigj?* ,5S0 fee' *" "" "*"
the intermediate state of automobiles and with a w* tin the Department ot San
whole hearted community effort 8eldom found in f*J;' t5L"i
the World to-day. the lhatchetl and tiled roofs ol the
Mendou ii proviataaal .ap.ial ol approximately :m !* ""fJl'S* "' ""*" ""
pci*,,.- vhfch jl locked ,n a beautiful valley in the high J^t .GSyTa. !nTo5 .'
on th inn.Lie of the vast jutiKle which stretches from people working on it but aa we
north central Peru onward to Brazil After centuries of tew over the town several umei.
Itm the villagers of Mcnuozu decided thev were wearv 7* could,-* ""> ' >' > tin-
rith .he ..uls.de world by means of arduous Z'"'*J, '" '""" '""""" ""
" or muleback. The nearest outlet to the The Captain set us down smooth.
Peruvian ooasl II Chachapoyas which involves a trip of two Lv on the turf and as we came to
.. liner clays ovpr tortuous trails which are snaodsliU ""' *ot out we were
. ktloul impassible durlnE the rainy season hu^rendrtiuw"Phal*m'iin"In
M ^S Krl;^ ^.Tappear .'t
** nnd ine few men fortunate enough
.vn horse* or muln would load
Aviation
' the <
Cora-
i-mc-ho*. women carrying babte:
OH their backs and R
l are-footed children. A great
cheer, "heep. heap" resounded an
the pilot alighted, anolhei as we
mn introduced, I as n newspaper
nu frum ihe United State* and
itu a greater onm when the Cap-
tjm announced he had hroughl the
ladio aqulpment.
More And More
My now more and more people
were arnviug from every direc-
tion. So pressed In were we by
tne curloua and friendly throng
tiiat we "ili-nth said goodbye to
our typewriter, aultrawi. ,,uner,i
und magazines as men and small
boys grabbed them from ihe plane
;nd scattered. A horse was pro-
.......w vided lor the writer, a mult lor
p-imltiv home* and no water Mm ij also have few when Capt Sagr pronounced the population of ihe entire valley.
>s: no crime. Most j]eid "okay" for use hv a IX-3. wn|cb numbers around 2.000, we
of the population has never seen ihe town was his own horn then -'rted for town
an automobile, a motion picture, i,n On a trial run a short time Since a noiel is non-existent in
r nd the only air- later with the two engine craft, Mendoxa, we were quartered at
Elane they had seen before last Capt. Sage couldn't take off for ""' home of one of the towns-
larch wit a Taucett DC-S aa it ihrec days because heavy ratal P*Ple in white-washed adobe
flew above the ridge at an altitude had nude the grassy field a full '<*ms with mud floors, clean bed
of around 15.000 feet. sponge The people went to w,Ul narrow mattresses and wood
But they were determined to work once more, filling In and gj*i" naiead of springs In due
become a part of the outside world, draining, on the S (ion tool high "me all of our belongings arrived
The latter part of 1949 they select- runway* intact with the exception of one
ed some land about two miles **-*> magazine which a shy. little boy
from the village as the site for ilfifllO Stfftltttl shamefacedly declared "had pro-
ttieir proposed airport With the ------ ---------------- i el led Itself into the mud" when
(tetchy engineering knowledge KccunUy the company decided he stumbled
supplied by an army lieutenant to install a radio station at During our three days stay in
stationed there, men. women Bad Mendoza as the final step before Mendoza we were not allowed to
children began clearing the ground inauguiatfng service. Together *pend one cent for anything Tips
c* trees and underbrush and to with Capt. Sage a Peruvian ratio ****? Indignantly refuse-,, a sad-
drain \\ of the water which seep- technician end the necessary <'-ved ,d m*n w'ln "Parse whisk-
ed In from all sides. equipment we made the air * brought us huge pineapples.
The energetic little village priest irlp )0 Mei.Joza It waa no "r""a"' chinmoyas and other
urged his congregation to take imall undertaking. Although the "wc". fruit ^hich grew wiK:
c.irt in this great undertaking, the village is only 780 air tnllea and llCBrb>' nnd every waking i.'o-
Alcalde or Mayor sent out clrcu- fOUr and a half hours time from ment wC were accompanied bv
..rs throughout the valley telling uma, it is like going backwards ' ,f cblldren --nd adults
Of the pro)e't. teachers explalnad mUl ua,#. We boarded a regular sssf- .
Ihe proposed work to their s*u- pMBenger plane north, dlsem- ECOnOMY
i There v4V ditUne. Faucett
ptay, oould service the valley by \\imi wlth Monps for ,ne projec,
a. The rcaiuest was uirned In March o* this year the people
ran too many other l)( lhp vaUev nad (|one lilnhey
rnuob larger Ulan Mendoxa. lould do to construct an airport
daunted, the villagers and the sufneient. The faucett airline in
ciher peopi.- of the Guayabamba i.lm. was notified. Captain Frank
.: decided to build i_ sane, the company's chief pilot
:. nr own Held wh is formerly of Waabington,
To understani-. fully the enor- pa^ Bnd Los Angeles. Calif and
n ity of their undertaking, one who is a veteran of thousands
should see Mendoza. Overahadow- f hours flying in Australia, New
e>. by Hie towering ridges of the Zealand. Canada, the U.S. and
ides, lush with South America, flew a slrude
LlOB. Mendoza has engine plane to the new field.
"< "ehts. no sanitary Undbergh. Rickenbacker nor a
i. Luuc no radios, no windows president of the United States
their thatched or Wed-cover ever received sucn a welcome
are also used for washing clothes
.ind bathing
Illumination at night was pro-
vided by kerosene lamps or car-
dies. Since no mule train had
Berne to Mcndn/a for some time,
aV upplv of kero vn*- was low
nd eandM did hltle to disperse
the black rtarkne- of lh< Andean
iigeto
riuiing the conquest of Peru m
the 1%00's. Pizsrro's ConqulsU-
''ores had passed through ihl*
little valley and their descend-
ants still live hare II Ii dsacen-
ertiug after lietn* arrbn p ire)
( luid- to see bhie-ew-i hloidc
childien with dsr-
parents or a red-haired woman
with olive akin amonv the popu-
IfCt "f Mentfro'a
Rare Sickness
Detptta us prlmiuvencM, sick-
ness, with the esception of
leprosy, Is rare in Mendoza. There
are a handful of lepers In Die
valley and, while awaiting the
projected construct11hi of a lepro-
..rniiii earby. trie? ,. u Jated
i'i four houses at the outsklrtt
of town. However, b*
kick ui balanced iiii'. tne teeth
ol the people are in a deplorable,
slate and the valley'* only den-
t's! has a flourishing practice
The Captain endeared himself
even more to the people the
next day bj selecting live of them.
the village priest, u long tan mo-
toring coat over his cassock; a
chool teacher, the only dwarf in
he area, the mayor and the old
man who brought us fruit, for a
short flight over the valley. Since
we had to conserve gas for the
trip back to Tarapoto only one
(light was possible but it was the
first airplane ride for all the pas-
sengers with the excepMnn of the
mayor When the small plane
landed shortly afterwards the
people crowded around to hear
first-hand the tale of the miracu-
lous flight
Wheii we took olf tne next
morning our departure, if possi-
ble, was heralded by even more
people than when we sanded We
were loaded to capacity with great
acks of coffee, gifts ef fruit and
hree passenger* for Kio)a. a trip
-_ j..._ C.......i_ .
MALIK
-President Of L.N.
*>% v>^v
by
ule
u" 13
Cheered
Once more we were ceiicd aa
the Captain declared that the ra
nio station, which is to be manned
i> some of the townspeople, was
(unctioiung, and that a DC-3
would be there in two weeks or
less to officially begin air service
The possibil'ties of aerial trans-
portation are incalculable Now
Mendoxa ran have movie*, per-
haps later a gasoline generator for
town lighting. It can stock up on
v'tal food supplied against the
ra ny season. all at a cost of
tUjhtgf leas than charged for mule
t>;.i.i>portatlon and in a tiny i.ac-
t.on of the time previously taken
Yes, Mendora, is primitive and
pcor In everything but community
Vint, the kindness and hospitullt
< .'- of Itr. surroundings Hut the aii
can change all thm Men *.:, Lj
ahciiit to become n 'ntegrai par'
of Peru and the raeid
climbed ii< a DC-3 freight and
/ ga I argo plane to cross the And*a.
Visionary Project s&Sa uus was
ii
section across
Andes the
relatively low
those stupendous
15.500
m.-,* 0| r-eru. me Andes the piano flew at 15.500 u,len --..
I a democracy as feet altitude, comparatively low ZXZ* fin\ i
"tt&J*" "" !. %_ !*"?*W ouah of ht
OttssT pan* of Peru, the
.... true
found
large lundholdoT or fly M u^ ^ 20.000 feet or more
landhold.rs In the region Aft stf,h,ing thc winding Mar-
11 fanj-.* has 1U own anon p ver ^low us. the head-
sman hm. The rich- waters of the mighty Amazon, we
r me valley, who opar- l^dad at the small outpost of
ft all t^^'wppry store. Tarapoto on -he fringe of thc
1 a^.7e?V'M' "?' Jn^ Here we transferred to a
, **} Faucett -Ingle engine plane. The
orange coloured craft, known as a
(firewater) wbiCi Is ctudely
tilled from n.ga: cane In the
numerous .11IIU in the region
okes o.' oxen lurn the huge.
hich squeeze the
the a.)ear cane liu< a
trough of holiowed-o,.' log Other
i'i"'i'' which are sent hy mule
to Chachapoyas are sugar. ,iTei
Mice,1. fruit and the straw hats
v-oven by the women of the val-
ley. All other necessities must be
trough! In by mule.
Our meals while there consisted
which is boiled
every nan, woman and child In
1 Ion ha' worked on this ch"ico""or"'"th^
: 1 project Since rocks are p,iola. w made ln Pcru ^ tne also comes from beyond the
araie.. in the' valley and they were Faucett Company g-td, according mountains, the inevitable rice of
- W iil' .1!' l'1P,?amP dchw to Capt. Sage, no plane made in Peru, chieken or turkev soup anC
n. holea on the flel 1 men wsua> .he U.S. or elsewhere can compare MJolea. We cewtoed .wrselve.
lug ir..m villages two hours away wilh u in ability to carry heavy drinking coffee for liquid as
would stop by the hills to pick ioads and reach Incredible altl- the only water comes from the
ur 'tone 10 bring with them tudes A nine-place cabin Job. it nearby rivers and streams whirh
Avalanche Kilts
Famous Climber
TURIN, Italy Sept. 1.
The famous Italian guide.
Alberto Blch, known to Alpinist
nil over thc world, was killnJ
yesterday 00 the Malterhorn.
He was climbing the Italia"
ride of the peak when he wn
twept away by an avalanche.
Another Italian roped with Mn
oca pod unhurt
Bich was 47 year?, o!d and cam
Of a famous Alpine cltmbin
family.
Two more Italians, one of uaen
I woman, were also reporte.
killed. A snowstorm swept thei
over the Icy precipice in th
Tren*o area yesterday Keuter.
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LAKE SUCCESS. N.V.
Jacob Aleaandrovic Malik re-
irned to the Security Council
nearly a month ago. seemingly un-
ware that the Communist inva-
iun of South Korea had marked
a period to five yean of Soviet
loirilneeriiig in Ihe United Nations
The stocky and broadahouldered
Ualik, rested and confident and
ucrounded by glsm-faeed aides
and ohvious fadysaiaida, marched
nte the Lake Sueeaea headouar-
rrs promptly at 3 p.m. on Aug I
0 assume the Council President
or a month.
He had been afceent for 2S weekf
in line with a Soviet boycott de-
igned to force the UN to grant
onununist China a seat in the 11-
natlon Council.
A little more man two hours
later Mai k emerged in angry
silence, stalked past the nowd of
newosten and snapped an order to
his chauffeur to drive to the Man-
isttan offices of the Soviet U-at.
Delegationinstead of the com-
fortable millionaire residence at
<;ien Cove.
Obviously. Malik wanted to get
lo his direct telephone line to the
Kremlin
From that day on the head of
the Russian U N Delegation was
changed man. Since then la*
has been the rigid, uncompromlt-
ng agent of world Cuinmiuusui
Hone were the habits of the "good
fellow" and an affable companion
of diplomats who met for cock-
tails and dinner after the day's
business
Afallk knew he had walked
into a global "booby trap" and
he has been snarling and snap-
ping to get out of it ever since
Aug. 1.
Perhaps the day will come
when Malik, egged on into des-
perate fury by the mounting
.iccus:>tions pinned on the Krem-
lin, will rise from hie seat and
raise the balled fist with Hie
cry: "Da Zdraatvuet Stalin!"
(in free traratlation; -Hall
Stalin!")
This defiance was shot at the
1 iritis,, in London by Hitlers for-
eign minister Von Rlbberrtrop
on arrival in London, except
loat his arm and hand were In
liiff Nazi salute as he shouted-
Hell Hitler!"
Many of us who have rubbed
'Ibows with him since be caanst
la Lake Success three yearn ago
are sure he believes with heart
. nd soul the super-lies and com-
munist propaganda lines dished
ul by the Kremhr..
Before the TV caasaras made
i.im aware of his movements
and facial expreaalang in the
' ounrti. he was a doodle addic..
Everything was in circles and
mangle* Frequently he was
enrd muttering to himself over
ihe open mike. They dont be-
iev me." Or at other times,
.hen western spokesmen had
the floor to act the foots straight
on serne distorted Soviet claims
ha mumbled Thev are twist-
ing my facts."
Malik got u> be No. 1 "bad
man" in me Security Council in
spite of himself. He was packed
and ready to sail home earlv in
June when Lbje lurernlin gave
h-rr. orders to stay on for awhile.
Al Lake Success, it was re-
cilled that a year a>fo, in re-
sponse to a correspondent's
q lestion on what he would do
on a certain matter. Malik lifted
hia eyebrows high aesd answer-
ed "I obey instructions Of
course I obey instructions."
J. Ilisss
Thai is Malik to the core. He
dreams of the day when he ean
withdraw from the cta capitalis-
tic world and assume a desk be-
hind the turreted walls of the
Kremlin.
He is a Deputy Foreign Minis-
ter, just like his predecessor at
U.N.. Andrei Gromyko
Malik has been known to drink
a high-ball in the diplomats'
lounge or at one of the diplomats
receptions. His heart condition
makes him stick to simple food~
particularlv because he puts
weight on easily. Nowadays he
shuns all social gatherings except
the monthl> dinner Ihe departm.
President of the Security
tenders the other ten members
Then be orders "red" meat.
vegetable or two and milkor Jce
water
He gives the Soviet official stere-
otyped answers to all questions- -
whether the American food U
good or better than Russian dishes
He will look straight al you with
his blue eyes and perhaps smoUi
back the brown hair: In Russia.
11 food and cooking is better than
anywhere in ihe world."
His residential quarters are in
the 28-room residence of a former
cement mtliienaire at Glen Cove.
Long Island, a twenty-minnle
drive from Lake Success
From the veranda or ejnplra
bed-room be can overlook the btua
sound, dreaming perhaps of the
restricted beaches of the Black
Sea. where Stalin and top officials
1'ke himself spend their leisure
days.
"The beaches at home are never
crowded and the sea is beautiful."
ht said once In the UN. Diplo-
mav Lounge, implying that
American beaches are something
the ocean left behind a* an after-
thought.
Malik's wife Is as chubby as ho
is, with typical high cheek benes
and a figure that needs morr than
expensive clothes purchased in
the most fashionable New York
shops. Malik has two strapping
*on*. YujI and Eugen (18 and 11 >
but they are getting the Commu-
rlst routine in Moscow schools.
iSvrtlana, the 5 year old daughtei
rides ponies at the Glen Coxi
estate
The 44 year old Malik's train-
Uig for Communism began in the
streets of Kharkov Uurty-lhree
years ago, when the local revolu
tionaries used him as a sort of bus-
boy to run errands for them.
The homolos boy earned h
way into the local machinery I
thi fast-expanding Communist
Party after it seized power from
the Czar and years later he stooi
high among the graduates of th
Moscow political school for Com-
munism. He speciallxed in learn-
ing about sabotage and diplom
as taught by the Communists.
After serving as apprentice
the Moscow Foreign Office. Malik
emerged In his first good Moscov
post as the Deputy Chief of lh
Foreign Press. By 1939 he was 11
Tckyo as Soviet Embassy Coun-
sellor and soon he was appointed
Ambassador.
During the war, he devoted Ml
efforts to keeping Japan awox
from conflict with Russiaunti
the lime was ripe. Then, after th-
U.S. already had beaten Japan
he presented Japan with Russia*,
declaration of war.
In 1946, he became Deputy
Foreign Minister. Early 111 1948
he took over from Gromyko a'
UN., announcing on his arrival
in New York that "I am a man
of peace.-IN.8.

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PACE ELEVEN

A Igernon Black woodA
Remarka ble Sto ryteller

lato lo recofni*e hi* \
A
erary bent, apart Iron
to write poe*i>
nied men
lound BUU m< m-
undrd him to l- ,
'
his liptltU'i
it was thi- chance1 Intervention
of ;i (riend Hut ina"i<- him
writer.
The friend was Angus Hamil-
ton, stepson ol tin- ,,
Pinero. They hud been colleagues
on the New York Sun and riaJ
lived In the some roon
wood had often amused his fel-
low lodgeis by telling them
yarns BotM ! Kir.',
wriiieii down, i>ui only lot bill
.
ed his dm one would
want to roini them hi print.
Ten jnan latar, whan ha was
back in Britain, he met Hamil-
ton by cham-v Ln
don. Th< .ooms In
Chelsea an i n < oonw
turned 10 tho -.tones he Lad told
in New Y. ik II.- iin-iitionart
that he had iwent) Ol thirty
manuscripta Mored
tupboard Hamilton*! Intanast
was aroused and he took ihem
off with him in a hansom cab.
The sequel wai the ,'ublici.tloii
of Blackwo.Ki s iir>t book. The
Empty House. It came out In
1906. when hv wai 111 his thirty-
seventh year, and was quickly
followed by another collection.
Uf, This volume lnclud
d .. toty, THe Willows", whlcli
in his own tlrst favourite among
th two hundrwl or so he has
written. With bli third book.
John Silence (1908i. ho estab-
lished his reputation All the
reviewers recognised that here
was a new voice In literature, a
last iTjiniwr with strange power
of building up an atmosphere of
other-wnrldllncss and mystery.
Hlackwood'fl name Is common-
ly linked with tales of Uie super-
natural and the uncanny, and It
is by these that he is perhaps
beat known to-day. But they
constitute only a part of his out-
put. Many of his books lift the
render into a world of fantasy
and romance. At heart a poet,
he often writes as one. in lan-
guage that glows with beauty.
There are times when he acorns
surface realism and weaves ara-
besques of fancy that have the
quality of a dream. He delights
in such boldly imaginative con-
ceptions a* the release of super-
normal forces through vibration
In colour, light, and sound (The
Human Chord), and he works
out his Ideas with *""'
poult?
He has been ceaseles-l. pre-
occupied with his bisM H
amounts to a conviction that
Just over the edge of human con
seiousness lies a hinterland 0(
the spirit which has never been
adequately mapped. He has
explored it in book after boo*.
aOOMttnsM through the mind of
., fluid (he baa an intuilive un-
derstandini: <>f 'he way In which
o child's imutinalion works and
is always at his best when writ-
ing of children); sometimes
through the poetic sensibility of
such humble dreamers as Uncle
Paul, a character in whom thnre
is much of llllllKli. and Mont-
vtle clerk
of A Prisoner in fairyland 11
is Minks who sa>*; "Our daily
lifeoven the most ordinary
is immensely hauntiV, fprUied
about with a wonder of incred-
ible things. There are hints
everywhere to-day. though few
can read the enormous script
complete." And again: "Tfie
areater part of everything or
ourselves especially is .nvU-
ibVe: we merely know the detail
banked against an important
grand Unseen."
Blackwood himself lays no
claim to the possession of super-
normal faculties. Contrary to
report, he has had no psychic
adventures (he has never seen a
ghost), nor is he gifted with what
Winnipeg Will
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WINNIPEG. Canada
This prairie metropolis oi ^ju.uuo
out lu loiliei Hc-i
By CAMPBELL NAIRNB x '"** ^J1 ">p|fd *
* a> the medium of coramuiucatioi
best suited to his gifts When b>
in the scieuUlK jargon of today 'ells one of hu weird stones
is called extra-sensory perception, the air he adds lo it a new
Ml a complete stranger to element of terror, hard to define.
those moods of mystical exalta- but arising perhaps from the
tion which he interprets so often contrast between the horrific varn
... his books, but they have and the R e n t 1 e. unemotional
vi.-ited him only on rare occasion, delivery. On television, which
and have usually been inducvi brings a story-teller Into even
by communion with wild Nature more intimate contrast with his
In particular he remembers | audience, his success has been
period of vagabonding In remote Kreater still. The television
pans of the Caucasus, some forty broadcasts he made in the wtntai
years ago, when the grandeur of *>' 1M8-49 so impressed a flln
the mountain scenery threw him company that he was invited t<
into such raptures that for a tim-.' repeat his performance* in i
he lived in a state of near-delir- series of one-man films.
! nr*enSre TmSnt! ,& . Myfcwnod haa ended
a Swiss hotel under a continuous *^"-^ '"ttn. as an oral story
stress of inspiration and of all his ,ller Fortunately his stories will
books it is the one that means h.av Jom'er h'e..lh?n It!04' rf
most to him those which are told for the ear
There is a shelf full of thirty
To understand Blackwood's volumes, and part at least of that
work and its personal signature monument to his art has an
it U necessary to know something excellent chance of survival
of his early life. He has told his ________________
own story in pt*odei Be/ore
t H was a child of saintly
paienl.s- and grew up in an atmos-
phere of strict Evangelical piety
At fifteen he entered a Moravian
Brotherhood school In the Black
Forest. The chance discovery of
a book translated from the San-
script opened to him the world of
Eastern religious thought and his
surroundings deepened his mys-
tical delight In Nature"bv far ,
the strongest influence in mv'life." R,ver ^i** "Jl" lhc "e las,1
spring which flooded an estimated
At twenty, disappointed in his '""0u homes and caused damage
early ambition to become a great amounting to more tnuii sje.UOJ.OW
violinist, he went to Canada. nere aad in other Manitoba towns
taking with him. in order of their *'on the River,
importance, "a fiddle, the Bhooa- 1*" rampaging Hood drove some
rod Giro. Shelley, Sartor Rcsar- '00.000 persons from the city
ins, Berkeley's Dialogues. Patan- v.hile other thousands worked
)ali|s Yoga Aphorisms. De Quin- levcnshly on make-shift dikes to
iey Confessions, and a unique hilt the spread of the water. The
ignorance of life." uwr. with its sources across the
Six months as a dairy farmer United States border, some TO
and another six as the manager p.lies south of here, tovcred 600
u' a sn,aljToronto ftotel enKu"*rt "quare miles ouukle its bed. Al
L2.000 advanced to him by hi die time it rose to 30 pel leattl
family. Then followed a period .2 lee* above flood level
' after destitution in New York.
He became a reporter, abandoned One-sixth of the <.ty. and Mil
journalism for commerce, worked stretches ol" prairte land m Uit I
UNOVtarv to a hanker and after lied Kiver Valltjr, iron under
HIs life till then had been barren still, with the Canadian Army and
of achievement, but he had ne- loluntecrs lighting the floods.
cumulated experiences that were ilttzens came back to ruined
to be valuable later on. as th-> 'ionic, with Ur/tn of mud OfCf
r.iw mnterlnl of his Actions. *alls and furniture.
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would have had lo be about
feel to hold back the 30.3-fooi
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Many years ago a Magazinc-
dJtor said to him: "You know.
Blackwood, moat writing is mere-
ly functional." He accepts that
view. For him story-writing wag 1"~" \-'i
the catalyptic agent that preelpl- hlgh^dbarr^r"can''bc built in
tnted the experiences he had b -r,,.. th ..,.,;-
absorbed and could not assimilate k.H'h/f' '
the means by which h- fnjnd
pdflSJM from the burden of his
meditations on human life and
destiny An agreement has been signed
Thouh ho hu wrltKn books ^""f" J* FpdCT?1 *nd """"''
that can be clawdilcd as novel., (provincial) |o vern men t a b;
Bln.kwuod docs not reg.nl him- hlch " dominion wm pay
M'lf as a novrbst He is cerUilnly Ihrec-quarlers of Iho dikmi: I "M.
right. Much o( what noes S tho ""' "" rsl,' buvl"f dlkJP'
making o( a novelthe interaction rl8hls ,,n private property The
of character, the relatlonahlpa province has offered to pay um-
between men and women, the eighth, leaving one-eighth lo be
drama of emotionsseems to hold l,ald bv municipalities,
little or no Interest for him He Thc ,,, ouUl ,s lxt
says, and with some truth, that ,.s,1,nlp., .,, S2mo,ihhi an.1 the
he has never written a love story. ,,,, nre supp08t,d to ,. c,.
He Is essentially a teller of tales. |.!id by November WorkinE
pneUglng the kind of magic by en pumping stations will continue
which primitive bards held an ihrough the winter,
audience spellbound round a Mcalim0i |ons (,, mmit
camp lire or at the cave mouth. Im ,ur ,,, Ke,.,, ,..
It is perhaps not too fancUul to ,ourcM Department tor all-ovei
him as an avatar of one ot CMllrol o| nood ^^ ,, Mlh u,c
them. He may once have^mter- fm and , tr)bulary As,ilcu,e
which )oins it opposite suburban
SI. Boniface.
talned some such notion himself,
for there was a period In his
youth when the Idee of reincar-
nation made a strong appeal to Such control will be .1 laof>
him I.Ike the tribal story-teller. term| mulli-million-dollar job.
he plays much on man's 14,.,,,,,. [lu- countryside Is so flat,
instinctive dread of the unknown it js impossible lo build control
and the unexplained. reservoirs. One plan, suggested
It is no accident that in old age by the provincial premier Douglas
(he Is now over eighty) he haa L Campbell, is 1c. build a huge
captured an immense new public spillway rM7 MflBivi
through Ills broadcasts. If radio
had existed when he was a young
man he might conceivably have
und the greater Winnipeg areu
a second, man-made channel
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Trappers
Take Up
Farming
PRINCE Al..';
Fur-trappafrs 'f .iwth-eastern
>.. .*.
in asicullura
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of Ciimb* .-.. hteiotu
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Tho fur trade, on which Cum-
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day, ha* fallen ofl
form thm .rTlcicnt fur
to support an Mdu*ivrl> irappci
vemnwnl
has developed j lonit- i

in the.Nothern lettltmento. Three
years ago ti net up an experimen-
tal farm m Cumberland House tc
point the way.
Cumbertani RcftM
24.000-acre islaml. Ms
Cumberl;,rul lAlte and tin Ha--
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IU retldent* ure 500 M
Treaty Indians Btfcd M
The idea -f the r
farm wm to |k0W the northern
ettlemenu the value
aoll resource*, at a way of provid-
ing food. Oarden* would furnf-r
veoetables. Grain would read
livestock
Farminif Pros|HTti
Although only 385 icTM M f..i
Government official* estimate that
posalbly half of the Cumberland
Houae district, or anme U.OOO
acres, is suitable for cultivation
A substantial portion of the
remainder might be used for
grnzlnR
The concept of farming has
taken root lowly In addition to
Uie experimental farm, seven
families have turned to the land
for a living The Saskatchewan
government furnishes power
eouipnvT.t f'T "e b-eaJdng am
cultivating of new land.
Sponsors of the plan beUevi
tha;1 In turn-, when the self Blfl
cient stage has been renrhsd an-
communications have Imprcvri
th<- ;if(.< will have grain aiv
livestock to Mill.
(OP).
UH4 IIail its N*M
The De Bavitiand Comet
Hi nisli .\ihie%rmenl
["Hat >nornl |>rtigran."
Achievement
- General Overseas Sei
bad. will be broadcast ,
| wees is about Mm d<
Comet The de Havn-
land Count jet airliner im
itr major (lying testa, and hai
. table .
filing up thi
time and space in |ssfej
traval On a recent demonstr.i
liort flight (piloted by the HA*'
i il famous night-fighler, John
. unntfsgjttam, who i now |i
H-villand's chief test yll.
pasaencers breakfasted n, Lo
don. made a tour of Rome oef- n
lunching there, and were back U
London by the late
This Brit i
af a long and glorlou* aais
and civil craft, i
taacaag the all
taassj IU

' will so'
cunfasl luthi-rti. on te
i :>* uf mta i,
"jmiuiie liiii bsea wrllM b)
Colin Will- who mad>
'light in Q
tonn Cunningham Broideaat will
lie on Thursdav. 7th bssj ,
O0 p in md ran ..!-.
Ofl Tuesday. Mh inat al .IN pjn
Another HritWt M.slerpie.c
Lba
Another ItHC \
; itiiiil^ week deals
.-mother British achievement
hut id quite a different line'the
Authorised Version of the MMt
This treasures! possession of the
I'nglish people, pride of the Eng-
lish language and paatest of all
uassjlawaas, la the subject of the
in J Isaacs, f
' Rngllsh Literature In 1h
tie 'iwt
NatawJ

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Proms'
Kth in*t
irgh Fei-
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1

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the 7th
Lad) Tha i'.
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days at 615 pjn
The lle;irt Of The Matter'
III III. | :. .
EngUsfl Novel"
'
week ulx; it I
reference
rha Haarl of
he Matter' wl.n
by many readers of
this column D
00t H.*nry Reed
i bOOk infinitely worth
'unrrelli- i .. (H .<((s .,.
'45 P.m flth in*'
church
services
B.B.C. Radio
Programmes
I'NIMV JW Skapt
Seek Prrsorve
For Vanishing
Bushmen
wTauTHOPt (oath A .. t,

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P J Bcboeman .,- H i
-. .
Is In the Kal
eating ssaaa he
baataanss]
These pi
astunated to "
tween 2&JH and 3.600 (
| (.mi
ittarad In South-
V
60.000 square miles, most of >vhlch
is inaccessible, unknown and
i.irgeh
'
mals, follow in the lightning.
i
(i good hunting.
.:
nuch to fane
, unibu Uibesmaa
i
latm n no high*
nnal.
i tht orm
'ii.il ..f i-4Mii.-tii.il to the l-i.sh-
itlng them-
riva bj ehUd murder, ruthiea>
I Hieir desrcBPiing num-
h i thai On few may
conUniM lo exist.
ppi UBl
in child-
birth cannot be disjK.seri of by I
BdopUon, the baby Is buried alive I
with the mother. lllcgillmate
ra also usually put to I
dcdth When twins are l>orn one?
i .,:
Ihe severe i M OaUgl f life infant
mortalsty I B n-unu. high.
This Is not the first attempt to
save the bushman (nm himself
..nd his enemies. In the eighteenth
century an auTosl was mada to pa
at > mdlc ixf>pie
attta doira Tnas afera Riven
tod Uveatoek.
Thao billed and %U U
nd returned to their hunting la
ha trai-kie." wastaa
(CM
Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in ft";
24 Hours ^
IIIV___.
-j3*f nun aav> ai-
rn. rWriBniTssae, BtaPaaTlSitiH
qoi* HEALTH/
. igir STRiajCTM/
ycun VITaUTY/
at oaiNciNC
*>. Pa.____
St."*'*
...fcrvSrss
i..! a aasi
ANawl
rut /% hS* ? Sf*B 01
ilsMtiri. u4 Si not
" ua s M*a*r ihin
fva ssviv a It pcaefrau* rsptelT into tn<
<.-. WhMmi WBSSIaa S k14rrdrfr.11
" Mi tKMS 8 ears.
. awai ? P*rs-
. lor tin OUoteifs
jr.u MaU and iootli
. .
dear, poll anl Hmr asaeBUL
W.rks F.st
-<" !.,* h -i-tfleanT u_.
Bai"**~_!* BSM_t.n Ir m'.-. it or
Ss-i:il >*il Scoutft Go
Into Camp
Scouts of the 10th B'doa (First
Sea Scout*) Group went into camp
yesterday at Needham'a Point
Bay will remain until Fri
day. 15th
Display of Badijrs
Some weeks ago this column
carried the news that Wa had
procured a fairly wide range of
Proficiency Badges. We have been
able to put on show over last
week-end. a display of the Badge*
and Awards which we are at pre-
sent In a position to supplyfrom
the Wolf Cub Teliderpad to the
King's Scout. Drop in at Head
quarter* and see for youi-gll
mi:thudut tail am The Krwi; T.IS a m .N.w-. ..
IANSH -li(l> -in* t..ur.cil ot Europe: 7 so .,
Br....|r-t H,rl"- Bn M (
1
rOmmtink 1 mVn bolh HHvuri 1 [ir., ("km Cabaret i jm rr..r.
fie C-hilOr-n-- Hotir S on am, <*k.-
a.m Mr J Uri: 7pm R M ilia Pm
C Pal n# IL.lv f.m.rnunion [Nevn Analvxi- 1^ I i
in .k MALI.
R 30 a.i n. Raw. F. Lawrence, llul.
1 i- H Mr J E Hninaa m P>" Tim New.. 2 10 pm from DrliaUt; SIS p.m. iVT.,.
mi MtHOHIAL
..... MiJv Cota-**"'''". " nm Vaneti tundi
iiilon. 7 p.m Mr, O H*ri~:
M. iT I I i. -.
i JO a m Rav H MeCwilouKh. ilol/*pi" Tiw J^arm For Plaaaurai 4V< p.rn
mmunlOP. 7 l> " Mr n V.rvllU rtunilav Hall lliui. 1SS p m. Epilotue.
OA-KS MALL J0 P " Mnnlniarlre flayer*; SIS pm
iilSh. Holy I'roarnniriH- I'aiartr ^ Til j> m Frntn Ur
rillldren'n Hour. DO pm N-w IlMora-
s p.rn ri ii w.- -1
II a.m. Mr W at. Hill; T p m. Rev. T.
I iirr* rlolv rmnmunlon.
KTSIII,
II am Rev M A E. Thoma>. 7 p in
Rm II Crasej Itnly Communion after
rarti Harvlev
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Thf Weather
TODAY
sun Klaea; 6.111 a.in
-viii Seta: 6.08 p.m
Mouit (Last Quarter) Sep-
tember 4.
Llghlins: 6.0U p.m.
Ilich Hater: I.Zt a.m l.M
p.m
YKSTERDAY
l:tnn|.dl <( (l ill I Mj, 111 i I I Ul
Temperature t.Mln i 74.5 *V
Wind Hiti.lion ID aJn.l
E. 8. K. til a-aa.) Ml
VMnd \. i..mi- 0 mU" per
hour.
B-roawter lb a-aa.) 29Jf3
(11 a in i 2S.935.
aot'TH ihh-irk r
a in Rev M A K. Tliomaa Hob*
Communion. T pin Mia* B Rr* an
rMovinvNer
II a.m Mr I F Orlltllh. 7 p.m. Mr.
tl Union
VAt'XMAU.
Ham Mr C Jocim: T pm. Mr. H C
OfgUl
MORAVIAN
HiiiiiiiK sTunrr a oo m un<
ii.iy School; II 00 a.m. Mwami Servlf
"imunlon, 3 00 pm
S.,.vl., Mehool. : 00 |> m K\-enlna *i
i'i ..tin- h.-v r>ne>t Ne*
URACX KIl.t. I too am M.mi-u
Barvtea iTrji.itT Mr Hards Cao
B ...... Pi** rr*l III
Ne-ueel
Fimh-li M.iiij/ni'. H 11 m |i,
. ana p.m Fn.m Hi* Ed..rla|.
tnn pm Sunday BeevlM, .*i p i. I.,.
Ion Forum. 10m pn. The Naw*. 10.1*
I-m Inlerluile; 10 is pm AnyUHoa t..
IKvkate. I* W p m Enllllh Ekiqucnce
. I. n> MmidWrv.
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Ik.OD i.ooi, The .-..*.. IJ l.i p.m. New-
AfuUSSat- 12 IS p iii JTiauanuna I'ar.Mle
.ii* p.m l I na p.m
science Review. I IS pin. Radio N*w
ie.1. 1J0 pm Tip Top Tune.; SOS p.m
The New*. 2. IU (.
riruaui. I ..-Mew, 2JW
,i.i al.ft Ih. ( ....mi..!.wraith. 30* p.m
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DUNSCOMIIE II a* a
ervic*; O C 1**1,. 7 i
Mr i.' fraaieaai M> i>
SALVATION ARMY
nSUDKITOWN
II am. Hohne-w M**Uns; I p.m. Com- " T* Maran.
*s p m am-
ae pm. Ra.li.
R*vtt; B sn
.
pany Meetin*. T pm. aSlv*
1'ieailH-r Major (Jlbba.
Visit
On Tuesday last a visit war;
paid to Scout Headquarters by
Mothers Alphoiisus und Asauntu
of the Roman Catholic Church who
wrote In the "Visitors' Book" H
follows:
"M. Alphonsu* St M. Assuntu
vtolted tho Scout Heudquurien. an
a surprise visit and were very
|ll..... l .:i> f'l ' 'he Mldi'r <'
fleneral homeliness of the plac*.
arid think the ScouU very lucky
to have this ideal *po* '*'' *****
Hitlnfi and rwreatlona."
On Sick Ltet
We regret to record the illnes'
Of Troop Leader Bruce Dcmpstr:
Of the 79th B'dos (St. Patrick.-
II, C.) Group who is at present
fen hospital. We wish him a spced>
return to fitness.
rh*r :
ia: 7 |
, in i
-arlr
i art nit H in.
Meetlna; J
-. .
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lUlk S'JAH'
II a ill. llollnew Meetl.n. I
pan) M**lln|; 7 p.m. Haliatu
rWlWi I..r,.i. ia* till
III ( OHM II
ii ... Houaaa* Mfii-" a
i-....' Meetlna: 7 pin
PrwrhH Major .1.
,.h Bin.
I.i*ft pm. 1'ikmlal Ci
>m London l)i>rv
noaroK
i iMe > aiiuw ii u
Oaav afftoS n Ti Me.
leetms.
Till SI It |s| 1 \M| \|
c < III Kill OK (.Oil
II ... II .,i 11. F W
.'I Hie lonl. Sunn
i KRIST III Ml |i
I HAI .1 Ii.-
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llt.tMOMI OKMR
II am HoIUh-m Meetlna; 1pm Com
panv Mrel.na 7 p in. Baliation Mr*llna
Plea, h- l.ieulrnanl Mo.il*
CHIIKTIAN -him .
Pint Ckar.h -I t brUl. *-le*IUI
Sualaya 11 a.m. and T p.m.
Wediie*dav- p m. A SerM.r -lin:
include* Te-timonie. ..f Chil.tian s,itri.
Htalliis
***aar. Srplaaihe. i. |a.
ublr.1 ol !*.>!.-Sermon M \N.
G*M*)i Trt : Patlm* it 1. C
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II a m A1JAAMII.I! Krv I n
-I iiiMIM l.t'THEKAN
C lll'RCH
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II a.m. Pieachei Mr fai i
i. Kvetuoeti
*..a VHpern Preacher The ; i
"-i.ilu.
ST. I \ II i: i i i il i - \ \ Mini
i .. ii.ii
1 pm Open Air SVrvIc* Wedii.UJi>
Tie Speaker will be ihr
i Donortu*.
For relief from
1
ASTHMA
-one small la Mel acts
quickly and effectively !
THE Ephazoot ucaimcai I.m Atlhma to
timplc. so quick, to effcuivct All ynu do i
\K| \ / wallow one small labkl. and relief start* almoii
^^J S^ immcdiatclr Kphasone contami several hjling
T agcnii which arc released on reaching ihe it.mach
and start b3 dissolve the genn-lar en atcumubtions which congest
the bronchial tut*..
This scsrntili.allv balanced prep*riti>tn bringi the boon of easy
.1 Bal die additional advantage of safeguarding the
mind Inirn the dread of those tiidden nrrvr-racking on-lauglu.
- fear wben liphazune tablet* are lo hand I
n uirT. nothing 10 inlialc liphazonc ha>
Of Asduna, Broathttfa and iirunttual < riarrb
t h..p.-lrt. What il ha dooe for others,
FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
all r*|itttrco cni"i*ls. II aty O.nM-j.l.. -( I ^**
I S BP'DfW. SONS ITD L^,
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WHt Direct or Airmail (or Failwrly AdviCwfrai
WAITS
A KEYJPOJITION.:
FOR YOU
Start iraininz for it NOW!
Tfier* ii Hit room ai ih* toe 'or lh fully qualifkM
man who i'tiM for *he joe YOU BBB b* U*H
mm taataaBM, proipa'ooi. Mlth yovr lutur*
aiiuredbr itudyinj it hor.ia in your spar* lima.
I<.id*d by i i* parsonal tuiftan of Tt>* Bonnatt
Colin* Disunca mjk ho d.fler.nc*.
WE WJLL HELP YOU TO
ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITION
FIRST CrlOOSh
YOUR CAREER
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mrutms
UtKlTtT
tatarim
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Htfuirrnri
IKIIIIIat ii*a*ji
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SIHl HHfli
ladder o HKceas TO-DAT.
Wrlie to 1 * Benneit Collage and learn how
(houundi >' people |uU l>k* you b>** raclvad
th top with the ngh* guidant*. A *r*IU,iaM
k>b exit be younuart tM pieatant tpsr*-tlma
Study NOV/
Direct Mail to DEPT. 188
Ihe Dennett Colkoe
SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND fe
jour ml I lot will veil yu lh*t here al lat*
b IM atbtnlA* tf**sa*M foa h* *te*
eediruj I* clear your *kl**H traaiaiin*
I* make yon lo** SMt* altr*tti. to help
m *.n frMadB. Nt**a*l haa *e*w*h>
**M**r. avalthwr aklna 1* U^uaand*. aaaS
iUi.R K. *ho ril*i: "1 auflaiM rr**>
errlklr itching, kurniag **d imania*
barm* lor 11 re*ra Tr*4 e..rl.uua At
E5 1 htarO of *..*.. It f.oi
. r, |g in ;n MpHS| I o^i *M
in* blM'nM and aasly alia
peaied u. ; a*ya. *Ty fraH.da *r*e* I
a. la* Maprv>*i**iii la av aapaaraaa*. '
Soflsfoefion Ouaronfee-I
.oderx f"ti abeetuM* notniBfl m
aVasM^
CON. UMMC
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cum a**'
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laaniniiiiiiii' T;.n lu*t keep *u u*u-g
Nn*de.*> r,>, ,-, w*e* sad al IL* end *l
inai i*u it *u n*** mad* your aksa
asn> tuar. a*wo(h and magiuKlcalli al-
..! |..e n.n Ih* kind of ikln
in** will ina*e in admrrd alierevrr yrna
*, *t yoa iiiply teiaru ll- craaay **cS-
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, THE VITAMIN STOUT
OBTAINABLE rROM>

ALL GOOD DEALERS
1
HottleneckH Hamper
Aussie War Efforts
, look
SYDNK1!' Ai. in
I.... ..,'!. A
its ii.....gg ji,,| estlmnti'
.iilrklv they could he gwltchSfel
over lo war neerln
There has been an ov.r-aH
i. .-.- m pop.il.itiiin i -
-iiMrlil polentlnl alncg 1945.
n.r lha bhraa big bUaai>aafl
nt 1943-45 siiii remain i
b-anaport, with coal tha kej lo the
whole sel up.
For lack of stci-1 rallwaj tmck*
.11,1 Milling stock arc in poor
ibapa jinrl tho Htcol shortnitc la
nlmost anUrarji the result
of coal
nakini In Australia la
i.iiiccntratcd at Newcastle and
Kembla (New South Walaal
with a amall works at Whynl!
I South Auitralla.)
New South Wales cual output 1
gboul ll.OOO.OWl tons yenr
[nduatry naaaji .it laaal is.ooo.ooo
long.
Btael plaarta get first priogitf f">
r the needs of railways
kSHaalaUni and power generation
: .ii- be*-
The first priority la not enough
industry aMa anl)
lana <,i coal La i raa
srban it nseds 1.SOO.0OU ton-*.
Stag* output as a result runs
nbout 1,300.000 tons a year 10*
. i .i an aattmatad oastacitj
! i roducllon of about 1,730.000 torn
Coal is being Imported fro*
liidhi and Britain to nuvt Up
position but it Is dear and 'he
'lunlity not entirely satisfactory
About 500.000 tona of atael wffl
also be Imported this year al high
prices.
The railway<_kej to Autr.tlin's

by lack "f CO*] for Uaming i.nr!
:ecl for rolling stock aa
been reduced p*>
' ssj] ami 04
lolling stock
i ..in Sydnc

wai -the u
Such poor condition thai speech
i .in- been ri-dne*"* -nd heavj"
engines withdrawn. i
tion of the railways haa -
. paaaa ha read
hitherto discouraged by a pro-
hibitive tax on freight carried in
competition with the public ewnal
ralheaya.
w,v,v,v.w.'y,',',V/V/Av,v,v,v
YOU'RE ADDING FUEL TO THE FIRE
WHEN YOU NEGLECT THAT COUGH.
If you neglect a tire it nets out of control. If you neglect a
cough you are askin;; for trouble. Persistent coughs can lead
to dangerous complications, particularly when the weather
il hot and rainy When you have a cough that hangs on don't
wail until your whole system is run down and totally unable
t< cope with it. Act now by taking FERROL COMPOUND,
combination of tonic properties of Cod Liver Oil, Vitamin
A 1500 Units and Vitamin D 500 Units per dose, together
wtih Creosote and Ouiaicol to help you throw off that cough.
*-*
aa*jasaa*saiii iiBji*mw
Start a course of FERROL COMPOUND right
away. It will clear up your cough and build
up your resistance to future infection.
Ask for FERROL COMPOUND at your fav-
ourite drug store, on sale in the Blue Carton.
LISTEN in to-night to Ihe Gracie Fields show
at 8.30 over Radio Distribution.
FERROL COMPOUND
The Tonic Cough Mixture (hat builds as it heals.
STOKES A BYNOE LTD -AGeNTS ,A
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STNTMV. SEPTEMBER 3. 1430
SfMlAY ADVOCATE
PACE THIRTEEN
HENRY
'
BY CARL ANDERSON
tS
W*
- m k,- i;.,.B, n
Gordons
YOU CAN'T CONTROL THE WEATHER
But-YOV CAN CONTROL ITS EFFECTS WITH
a Caterpillar
TRACTOR
SEE YOUR "Caterpillar** DEALERS
?
ELECTRIC SALES tSc SERVICE LTD.
Tnt-i-tKitU- lloail. ft. Mirharl. 1*1....... !<-? 1:171
BARBADOS
ADVOCATE
PHDTD COMPETITION
In co-operation with
liAitliAIXJK ADVOt A 1 I I' '
and Exhibition ui an oui
um The
n petition
S
(a> West Imliiin IMi-i
(i,) TfvtrUn Um W< In
(1) Judging will be i well known Rarbadlai
iiir Editor oJ the m iti
(2) I'"
(j) Kxc.lli'ii.f of i i I
) Onginalit Od III
eg. photos of Hunt l Brim-
stone Hill, ate would K't iptcUU mark* fur
inten |
(3) Sinee Um int. nin.': f Uft I
obtain a large numb) -...' phol -
graph* (hi exhibition at II i I
um, auhjacl
%cenr-. or
port.|
1f] The axhlblttoi) 11 h Imarll) Inti n U
veriise the We Indian felanda and ......-
petitors should Ml all lime* consider this
objective
(5) Anyone of um n..t,. i,..lit\ leading In any
(,f the I!il1i-!i IViN'r.i. : <\.n,.i1. .ii. <"
in any of the Dutch, French or American
territorial. tnIOBUa| 'he
attached COUpM
(6 Pitta mooaj trio ba paid li t'Wi dollai
(7) Photompha rauat bi n * a 10
mi nut aurl
(8) Entru-s BlUBl MHor"
Office. 34 Broad Street. Barbados, not later
than la*. November, imo
property of the Barbados Advorntr and may
!* exhil.it..] at lha Barbados Mu .
(10) Any photograph
duced In the. Barbados Ad-
cate will be paid for at the
rate of nol less than S2.40
and not exceeding
(ID The
1st Prize $50.00
2nd Prize $25.00
3rd Prize $15-00

agree dona and rule- of the a
Uaad above and submit
Um ("ii' bown:
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PAGE FOURTEEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
-.1 NDAV. SEPTEMBER 3. IM4
CLASSIFIED ADS.
THANKS
TraTPugh ih..
ikTaVd"
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. Baa* -.., M
thoae who eenl otmih letter, rard.
or W. other way mpalhlerd with
..ur i*d aoaa oer-aaloiied OJ
it, ( Ilaphi.e II.acti.-he TliMM
Ge.-r*ii- Thona.. Ira Bnett. br
Him Lm" Goediig h-i through n
mMhn tat any thanki U> ihoer ^rtc
Kd eent Mlm iid.. wraatht
olWl uprMMwu >( aympalh.t In h
recent bwamaiTO, occaaaoned by I
drain of her father
3 I BO
Wi. the ,ind*t.ignrd beg through thlt
i ediuan to return thanaa I* eur man*
frunala and aympathletra who ten! >*
ieaUaa. fle-wort. .arda and other Uifni
of rvwipathv In our Pfwnl tad baigejva-
mrr.l due lo th* dent h of Mn Drue Ilia
King ! her roaadence. Roberta Tenantry.
81 MtrltM)
Gerald Tturleigh EJU- innii Plot-
.net. Irl A Madeline .daughter.- Mrt
,. HIkU A nanjlw King .daughlera-
t-lawl
Kyi*
IN MKMOKIAM
Edghili |
tdauapVen
d-oin U ft A M
I daughter . Tub!
In Lomi. M- l
WAU30TT
K.ndn.t. wi- the
Al Ihf
Thr.orh which
way
Heave.
|j.y* kept rhaae an
Fvenint came am
Im on* <>' >. v,
New tve hair .....|
From ; Mr O WALCOTT lr Famllv
a ABA WALTER", who di
lent rd It**
Swgt-t he thv let'
And peaceful In? Bleeping
God'a wy li but. and
Thou a-l m hit kceinit
Egv>u. W..i-
May and for grand!.
Son. Fit
.- barrl
j I in i..
FOII HIM
lost a Foi^D]The Over-Seas
League
IIOL'SKS
AP*TMFVT1

Aapi> aV A A
rast
adfc
JIM
.. with
\. t
PARKdl I
Bt Pel.
..i! b, ......
Empire Travelling
Scholarships 19 SI
FOUND
| wmi ti
r-vrtAam sink m
Bifocal, on Sal SBth aaorg Hwi*i U, ..igc i edge Ihll.ri b HJb.. . I H. 1 J I"___Ijh hkj I n .
PI III II WALES
Club and Clly
: ft
Dial !
DVYTU4NCI H">USfi -DwaaUing II'.-ii
i Rmaii Town, m Ji*. rutarU
tnovetgd. BsaeUVt Ibahl and atn
mtlea from lodge *. I-ml
Av.llahl* I.I ftrptrtnl-f A, i
leShcll. J It Hak.il.-.
.....
r.r I..MIK1
II..F1I1 A I'- t
Pial Mil
ftVAU %mvm~
pa I BHawtaMa,
rrtarm ind Mumim
W.1-T L,.i .,ol -.t lfC-
(II <) iiuiiilhly Irliplv.ni
J5CC
TANOLm
d-.
li.ii.,,(..
nn aW*M
*1M, J dewblr blroomi
lllmmon. baditfad>. chlldra
Kig loom and lounge Rrf ngrmli".
aga mvanlt room Appty llowr
17 t t
WOOD YAK* Pin* Mill rniaha>d
from 1Mb Haplambar l mid J
Ring Haalvtt Mil or John
1 toIn
Cuilial Nlalion i
-I J...lk, Ml
I
HM I will IM .

i <-' tha man* ll*-n
irrM .. i I Mil >
r oghr al Caniral Bta
H.|dcr-a .i-|> al 0>n-
hr Park On* li Hotaf
.. drbt
n a m v \ tcon
Au. i.
2 t art- fi.
UNDrR THE DIAMOND HAMMfR
I HAVI V-VMM ..-at.....I a| M I raj

i... id i<,
Uauaa -in ..... urn -
(Iim.v *t <>i|> llixina i I
vtni i.m T.r... caah
IVAPaTV A HCOTT
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
-til- IV .i.imcih
ruaaaja) Jin baH* Hoo..... M.
Blrl r t*.yd.
Tiuiiaclay )in. Canon Mooraa Mala
Si John'a Rarlorj
W-dnnaday Uih and Thursday Ulh
Hon. H Challanora ftalr Tha Gard-n.
EtlctJ knowl-
. mmonwealth
,.in-. thr CtrMril Council
>f ih. 'K.CT-Sea* Leajpw offer an-
nunll'- m number of (rgvelling
acholaraliij'- to vh'->lhoyii
Ui.ilad Kingdom
Srholanhipt will be awarda-d on
111* r-ull, o/ () an cway romp-
HUon on u given Imperial subject,
and (bi iin InlcrvicA with the
wrltera of the ix^t eiiys. The ob-
ua t ,,i Lhil int. ivi.-v. will be lo
aeU'f-t ihe boyh mosl likely, from
their uerironamy and iencral m-
lerealn. lo profit by the opportun-
ity
The aiibject fof the 1951 essay
"Dfgortb.
ffn'opran
Pralg ill All
fJir priiblrn
ihe /arl IK
bud a
thf train in which
i-flla-rg tinder Hririih
ita fieri" dt-flli iriili
li hx,h oroae /i
n tkl d'in.t cilrvadif
lii|(iildll e/Jeer of
iKilii-e life
Polo Players
Practise
THF practice metcheg tow being
platyed by the Barbate** Polo Club
ceetinued at the Gerriaon yenter-
iUy evening. The chukkag were
fairly fa*t and keenly contested.
Two teams Hurricane* and
Tornadoesplayed two chukk .g.
In the first one goal was scored by
each 'm whil* "onr WM ,red
In the aecond game.
Lee Deane gcored for Tomadoeg.
and Mark Edghlll for Hurricanes.
13 I.D's
Thirteen infectious
were notified In August: They
were Diplherla 2; nterlc Fever
I: Tul^erculoslg
tN fcnir.- m-nwy of rur Mr molb.
I ITALIE Rr H*i -A ""X '-.... '- '-
U. in. ,, Vo-H-i bad, IStt
siaav "> daar itioihai
Vour taak la '
\o*ir lot'ma hard* can do no mor*.
For tboaa you lovad \ i did your beat
May God grant >ou Eternal P*-i
....
ilfiiwain'i H-J>r"| .'.nl Lawranr*
Rupat' gon-i. Ciwandnlvne. Irdmalfi
n*(^htar. rifevn ararnlrhlldrtn. and
Ihre* fireai graudi J M In
FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
CArU* -? Vi fl'dan Car
i wiliva Car Jrtarph'i
..( t-apoi. *T Roaburk Street
Oar afl*
Vuk-anli-
Bert Bird
t td In
CAMMorn. If-
iidltlon Anpl
Road. Ch Ch
model i In good
Clarke Pilgrim
H Hi
CAaV Oaa -rde. Hrv. t l.el Oanrg' Clilkaa Manl. m emcellent lere-i.d partial mn Clly l-haringf* a so ir.
CAB-l*5 lllllman Ml Perfarl eoridllloti Ownei Cre-nland. Telephone Co :. n BOO mile, ng Mand 1 t SO On
CAB-Ne. lealar For! rlono 4304 m n Roya tinr hire Rporta 1 .Id Tel* 1 anan
PI HI.H MITHES
"TBiTllfo^B-i"MMrTv ".TTITic'i i.' '
URAI BANK ACT ItU
I. HM < ..4IU holdlna .pa.lalty tlaaa
Aialnat Hiil'l FI ANTATIOS HI I.m-
TAKK Kiyncft thai 1. the Owner.
ih. above PlanUtmn .m about lo Obi
. Imn ad CSM under iha pro.itttia
.lie apot' All agauiat Irir aaBd l'l.ml..t
in reapeei >! IM Aaikuli.iral rear
lo tag)
- 2nd day Of geutaii.bar laftll
SVRIl. J ROCK.
Ownar
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
..ii -.1. A....:
I ray Slh gap
i at- si...
* iu aril .... Tirrau:
ii.i.be,. ai ,.r Mart. ;
a Spring filled M-l
and Cuatiiona. Pell Hal. |l pel Silk
Crepa. 12 Sawing Marh.no 1 W C
Clatem. I hrg White Zlne. I Reg Whu-
Ij-.nl. 136 drunn One O One. HI Pipit
4 c Rolled Oat. I ( t Corn PUkea.
Shoea. ag Tina Haaung i'.-,i.r and .n
Haana
al- 12 olioc. Te-ma Car*
HRANKIR TROTMAN aV CO
AurtUna*Ti.
a 50- In
LONDON CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE EXAMINATION
KNTHIES for the AUTUMN
F-xa ml nations, 1950, of Hie Lou-
,i-.t. Chamber of Commerce muii
reach tho Uepartment of Educa-
tion, The Uarrison. not later than
U noon on Saturday, the Hth of
Septtmber. 1*30.
2. Tha Entry Fee*, will be as
follows :
angle Mnbirrta $1.92 each
Foreign Langiugr* 3.12 each
Full Cra-tlflrate 1.M
2.9.50. :*n
REAL ESTATE
liodg* Sedan Low Mlleai
parfaal Fml Royal Gal
phono 4S04
Sliniiri Arailf.it Year
Th* Governing Body ol tombar-
fkliooi have agreed to adopt from
onwarda the Standard Academic Year
i September lo July The main an try
PrCK-ITP -0..e
up > h p good I
omglate eeepl
Manlfnd. A--
Service I'd III
i P..rd IS Cwt Pick.
. with -pare -nglne
Wt O-nkahaft and
IraSeMa Sal** A
TROCKS Morlla I tn
aumiiarv gear boi. auli
and Mah-'-v w"k Pott
Ltd. Telephone 4MI
i Trueka with
,ble for Bald
Rival Oar***
TRUCK 'hevmlel ISM rr
cjndtlion fal xa Apply
IS Tudir Si-e."
idl>le nelivtrv
v ID .wt Vani
l.l I!,.. J I
.. .....
., .\ V -
vehlclea
VAN '< r-nraa power Au.lln Van
perfect WOThlP* ordfr Aoplv D
Scot I a Co Whllepark Dial Mn.
SO M II
MIXHAMCAL
A DDIS'O
Adding M,-"i
New. O W
Broad Rlrnl
ELECTRfCAL
COOIBRATOH
lure Good end
trmtoar h Tel
CASH RFCISTFR One National Caah
Regliler eh-.'tri.-,.iN oparataal, al good
n?w. bargain at $400 00 Phono SSBf lot
a damonalration 1 t SOan
RADIO- Ohg I S-Tube Phillip. rl..dlo
In perfect *-'.in,..Jrr C.ui be aan at
Horn* Hill Plar.bilion It Joaeph
t so m
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIQUES n* etarr fleacnniK",
tlaaa, China, old Jawala. an* aVaVar
fai. rcol'-ira Barl* "-,*. Mapa. Auto
g-i>n
a-lotnlng Boral TaeM Clo"-
1140.tfn
wo renrcTioN h.
'fU-ialg all ro'oin-a and
half 5elt Vi,r:ety "-..Ml.1
F. Bathlna
... aolna at
n ano, Bron-
IB gB-an
CA1M-AMINI! TAtllTTS Wh>- auf/ei
......--..!
art atiiVA- faiM --min. i.. tin
roTTOV TIRRBSn Pa.i Colour*
Pttntod Cctitnn Ore.-.. ,n all ats*a
dot*na nf i M Hi to
IT St each. Uodrrii I)r>- Shoppo

lADOa HAT" ITctt.
Mala tor weddlne- and
U M b> fT.M) each
shoatM
"WAMCY DREaS I'l"
nretry Bullona la rhooi
from IB I" 44 ccnU per
Droaa Shopi
LYWOOI) PARTITION'
g root I Inrhat. Include-
Kxcolleni c.-tlllor. Apph
RellaW* Pharmagy. Broad St
.tafniriopa- I.ADIEb' BATHI
In one -" two l'l<" -t>
BI OS. Modern Drcaa Shnp..-
PtAgTT RAINCOAT" I
Blue and While at St BO *
Dreaa Bgioppe
I S,l..
.,n
.__til September IBSI. and Ihe En-
tranca Kiamlnation will laka plare dur-
iia Ihe May-July Taint al a runvmlenl
date to be notified later
The Oovafnlna llndy are aware lhat
liange uvei lo in* Htandaid Aca-
V.ai olll nareaaifti- mn-- adlual-
i Ih* aga limit- will ihetefora ba
adlualad ... at to caid* any lianl^hlp lo
a pupil who would otherwlaa have been
entitled to compala for adnuaaHan In
aMUWI INI
Tile lollo.uie iiidiUi.ita nil legaid u.
It Kill be applicable for IS91 unly :-
Any candidate will ba accepted "
axeplante will
1.1. IH1 or undi
Sepleit.ber l.t. l
he aaaa than
Ikhoo
i.i-r.l
Ha. and
.. >aj II...
appliraltoni ol admlaalon to
u>t be made bcloie ihe In May,
" la the Waltma l-i'l will
WAVTF1I
IIKLI-
G1RI. Rlllal
ion
I for ill.-, capabl.
illng In Ihn>h keep in m Anpl u
giving; iipgtltnce .n,J i^ateBaraa
.. Royal Ualag* Ltd P. 0 U. '
rldgaUioo BBBOtn
LADY for (
.'I S'.-i.i : .. I.
ty letter cm
M. mt. A Co
aj .-1.
Apply
L Ml
I SO 11 I
YOUNG IADY t learn orlatt w-
Prefarabl' one with tome knowledge of
ii i ..iid Typing In view nf bey
poaltion laler Apply by letter nd I"
peraon to J A MAKSON A SON LI
I..,. .-- Slreat 2 SO-
NOTICE
1-VMIMI OF *T JOHN
OK(iANLT for St M.rgnrcf
H S IK. V SI It.
Clark to Iha VtWry.
St John
rj.cu
u*at
Typa
11 .
li..i- ....1...,
le Stoiiewa"
wuV Beirfh
ity. Id...I fc
gaUtagalOi
ag 6i
Uhtm PseaUttrci gpo
Oi ii iln-.l.iutiienl.
The hcholarships will make pro-
vision lor boys to visit Brltisti ter-
ritories overseas. In 1951 the top
ip winner will visit
Africa, and the boys placed second
and third will visit such other
may he decided upon af
ii result Of discussion with the in-
tervlewina committee. The vigils
will last three or four weeks, and
the dates will be arranged to> suit
the convenience of the winners of
the scholarships. The following
countries have been visited by
aeholanhip winners In previous
years: Canada, Kenya, Jamaica,
Malta, Gibraltar. Cyprus.
Subsidlarv prizes, consisting of
books, will be awarded to other
t-yortniBtes whose essays give eri-
detico. In the opinion of the Judges
ntelligent study and
standing _,
The essays will he judged by Sir
Graham Savage (Education oftlwr
of the L.C.C., and a member oI_th
Central Council of the Over-r
League), and two other judges
nominated by the Council The
Interview will be ,-onducted by the
Empire Travelling Scholarships
Committee of the Over-Seas
League, of whlflh Sir Graham
Savage is Chairman. .
Information may be obtained
from the Secretary. Empire Trav-
elling Scholarships Committee,
Ovcr-Sr.s House. St. Jumes s
Idtnrion. S.W.I.
< ..,
Main ltd Thumb,,ry I
Theatta. Mnden. I
Coiul.tiu,, FIM t',c. Va int
I Slontwall Bungalow i
Ni.vy Gardan- M.....
m. all Ooiiig al A. a
A 1 Bedroom Rtinsalow 1 | i
Worthing Main Rd Rlghi of W.
Saa. Mndetn i.,vmlnt*e.. Gond
SJMO at) fl OOMg let
Bedrop.ii linn,;., n r i
Hani
V-i.i Goln
1-jcmI ComlHi.i
i gl.M
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
_ lar cn.l
The Moat Dearrabl.-
_ fteaalde 8l
Rlaewhere Morlgngea Arrnugad rial
1111 D F d* Abrraj The th.lv "
gall (load and Attractiv. BJU*g wtUI
A.aiml Ke-Sala Valuea Call gl DIIVI
Hough.' Haiti,iga a t SOin
BEt.VOIB, BI Jame- on lawaUle Tlira.'
nlTi.una. uaual cnnvenicnroa Oarage
Applr I H g. McKay or Dial *S4*
M.V. Blua Star. aS.V. DaeM
iiiieen %h. Iji-Hla'-.hi.
II
prams *>. ch GK.ru
, IVf.aa.1*. M.V Mm
1" Qatl'lto.
lAND-4>ie Are*
New Road Oood Bn
Right Dial 223Q bcti
l-nd nt BOO
Klin* Sllc Pi
ten UAH
ARRIVAL*
. loiiaa. 37 tona. Cap*.
pm Dominica. Sim"' ftcraoon-
* Ou'flto. 4 SOS
pton, Ag*m
pai Hayrw
MOSSC1JFT- Rlpck Bock, ovwrlo
'ng Firth Water B*,. Standing ut
acret of land Ideal Building Rite
tillable for Dairy Apply lo I
Kirton. .. Da Coeta A Co Ud
at
... .. n.
lortgale no
r o Advocai
n Varai .i,.i.-
tJli ^
I'ltOPT.RTVOne Btnall Property a
KenalngtO" N*W Road Apply C A
lahmarl, lUaUn Road 1 B BO In
MR peopl-
i get all on
follm
tarf
Ih*
Al Chapman* ttr*l a hnuag wllh 1
At llarlmdnlei Hoad nne newly rtcon.
i .e wni, i bodroo
loil't A bath, el-
A' . Iv Hoad a tniall property wiih
vnler and light. OBt
ai Rrltton'* ltna.1 'ha! i
rtene-wall Bungalow railed I
I, >rr.ndah. drawing A riln'ng rooc.
. buln^aa Walar-l'lU'I A baih. -te
.U priipert.*.
.1
. oil..
BBs>b IS PArc.
IM I-M..I I -
M V Culdad Colivor. S*0 ron
Nm Si I i,,*. Aa.ni-
j williaiiii Karkeling Co
.. Tti A H Varu
76 lOtH, CagA Sloll. for tlrlll h
Agent. Schooner Owiie'*'
Shipi In Touch With
tiarbadoi Coaaral SUtio:
CUU- and Wiraaaa- .Wel ladie.! I
*d\ . ii*l Ue* oan now conii.iiiTuo
iti, Um ii.li. -..ui .mi.. Ihtoi.ah ih
Barbadoa Coaal Button
KB. gaao Den Hao, S. liana, t
L i -,v.. Slteli. SB Myktn.
II*. .,14. aB Vinnl. IS Cap* Jnhn. B
Schw.nr.n. Bfl AfalUMMtBP. *-S V
t.%.
SH Gulfdia
Vajhj]
SB
Anvuagle
Aigenltna.
... .lanlaan, B Loido
' B>,.> 8l"lnaflald. IS 811-
-s n-uDtii'Ufi. 3S Moola
Coltua. Sl Poriugw. SB.
as BPJaSn cope. sg.
Ooifiio.
Be Wise...Advertise \
iV,V.'/.V.V.V.V.V.'r'.'.'.V-
.ursir.tr
tf7.IV//
WANTKD IMMEDIATELY !
QI.1 ll) ALTO
or faWM
s.WOI'IIOMST

DIAL 2
MISCELLANEOUS
STAMPS Uaad and Mini Poatage
StA-upa of Barbadoa and other lalanda ol
la B.W 1 Curacao and Aruba Baal
/are* paid al Caribbean Stamp Society.
Jo 10 Bwan S1rt*t I t *> 3.-.
viit
WAJNTTD TO BUY
CagD POSTAOF STAMPS. CECIL
JF.MMOTT. L'patair- I'Iuk-tih Pharm
31 Broad Street. Ptu-ne 4M3
Few SaleConid
m:scki.i.aneous

i a so an
RPC-Onri AI.BUMg for 10-Inch and f-i
ta-lrach and carrylna eaaaa lor lB~lnch
. and wg have tha reoord- M
A FiA>U--t A CO LTI
ROLLER-: Lawn Roller TI ft 1 liter,
M,,K Ta-l>. with 10 Walla bo poa'a Apply ,
Caidlaal -ewen. Station Mill. WW
ie 3 Burner Vator Stove, in
lion PtVre teamnaWe
Rood Rellevllle
II In
PC-yRS C.,,.lete art of
r.-.- ror tal vear Dlplorrui Court* at
Imperial Collage of Tropli-ol Agriculture
AUo a numb*, of V A VI Form booki
for Harrleon Collar* Phone 4BU
Corbln SB I SBBn
CSaM g
Sitters latdte.- and children! thoet
nrt -andala. Handbag*. 1*11 and tlraw
lala. I'.ontt'ia llatt. ankle Socka. Plaatu*
*Ii. eu- al Reduced Prlc*a Variety

3 B JO- In
YAWL Fraputa" appro. till, lent
long itn Oray Marlrta er.gtna Oood
loodiuon UNO a bargain Apply
I R. Edward*. Phone BUB
iiia-Tf n
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
AILING I'"" AMSTBBUAM
BOTTBBOAal ANO AKTWIB.'
m s iircfBA Ana 4th. sth. ath
M 8 lirtXNA Bopt lat. Btd. Sth
- Mi im. ikiim AMITIBDAM
SS UHANIENBORG Aug IBIh
8 8 COTTICA Aug IBth
SAILING TO MADRIBA, FLYMOI'TN,
ANTWBBF AND AMSTRBDAM
M S OHAN/ESTAD Aug. Hr.1
MS WILLRMSTAD 8-pt IBtl.
HAIIIVG TO TRINIDAD. PABAMABITtO
DIMKRARA. BTC
MS HECUBA Aug. BOth
SS COTTICA Sept 8th
P MCBJ
M..V
B WI -. i'....i.. i OwBcrs
Aaavaelalion Im
CoDBlgoee. Ulal: Canadian National Steamships
LADY it. >!>;.II
CANADIAN CRUISER
[-\DY NEJ.N i\
EANAIIIAN CHAIJJSNGIDt
unv 1U1DNRY
CANADIAN CBU1KRB
I^DY NEUK1N
S3 Aug
11 Aog
11 Sapl
n Bbapt
13 tart
U Aug.
IS Rapi.
IB Ort
1 Sept
II Sepl.
W Repl.
10 Ott.
IB Oct.
1 Nov
.OBTHHiil \
IJr-v ROONEY
l^HV MISON
LADY BODNTY
LADY NXLBON
B Nov.
:! |M
10 Oct.
11 Nnv
30 Nov
10 Her
-.-.. nf-d with cold atonage c
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. AfanU.
......-tad to ba pret*n| at Mr _
Ion a lecture on Wednesday murmng Or. Sunday, September 3rd Ihert
1 "-" ; ' '' ..... olleaja : i. m and (.i.th-r Dtvtna aaagtrti, _.
a hoped to arrange a pla.v-raadlng ol Dnek Walcoit* play Henri Chriaivphe" i
B o clock on ihe eyenma ol Saiurday. Seplambar and Vlallora will bo i "
imhviduai laetuttt far which g tee -f i/. each will be charged
CHIROPRACTIC
RESTORES HEALTH
DBS. JOS. and GLADYS FXHREIHA.
Chirovllaa". Upper Bay St. inaor Rapla-
nodai Chiropractic aarviaa alao lateat
iv.um-1 o( electrical maaaage Phone
BBI Dally tajtcepl Holiday*I
BE ADVISED
RAYMOKD JORDAN la tha rr
lo Ciaan your SUIT and HAT.
Bay ItreeL
Oppaalla Caaaberoatre BL
. ^e'*'-*'*****>****'*e*e*'*'******''"**'**''V
NOTICE
We beg to notify our X
Customers and the General *
Public that we will be closed X
for Holidays from Monday, A
4th September, re opening v
on Monday, 18th September. Jv
WM. D. RICHARDS Ac SON. O
McGregor Straat. S
3.9.50.3n X
SHIPPING NOTICE
Tha Aum S.-.n.r JULNAR"
la oparted Iron. M. LaarUl on or
about ihe 10th September orJ
will lake paaaengrra and cargo
lor St. Lucta. St. Vincent,
Grenada. Aruba. Curacao All
tnoutrMa rram R AHCHlaR
McKAN/m Dial BBBT. Victoria
BtrOet SB SBSn.
DR J. F. BARR1TT.
M.S.F., has removed from
Brighton to "The Haven",
Halls Gap, Hastings, (opp.
Hotel Royal). Telephone
3483 as before.
Treatment and cure of
PAIN and ILL-HEALTH by
scientific Mascage and Man-
ipulations, the gentle and
natural way. 'Phone for ap-
pointment at "The Haven",
or your own home.
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-I M>VV ~l I'll MBKR 3. I9MI
SUNDAY ADVOCATK
r.\c.F Firrr i \

Kin^ George W.I. Insistence On Universal B.G. Sugar
And Manhood Suffrage Is Unwise Workers Ask
Christendom -says london times Wage Rise
"TJ"f" WO"h """"" '.r.oROETOWN. Sepl
-.nhucl '"""'W" ,'"'J'* ^"""a Indu.lrial Wurker.'
.-M -poru oiiTlilr auffrij. th* .uge T^ S^^ *^v? "J^* ''" h.v. .ubm,td I u,r~
picluresau. v,llat was a Mas* i^iui, agaWa I. e,,...l h, ; I 7_,03.i'j""i' rt", *,I"1" m";" ronta,,, n
ing hot-brt oC Communism" km article, apf*.,,,,, , thi. morning-, .m^Sl m anhiod SfSSTh fT"* JS1 "i "*" """-"""
hold mas. rr.eet.ng -. .cM.lv L<,..don Tim.-,. iT^cX ^2L?TE"if!!ZZZ. . U* B'- Su**r >*u~
their hatred of Communism .nd The Time, Editorial begin, b, to WrS BUI SiS. ThT5hi A"oc,,,fn " lu attending Mil-. .uung that etforU of Wet Indian, mrii ur^L'S?^--?^' **'*'*' "r"" "' *" * colc,,_
COSSINGTON. England. Some doubt
Th.' good burgher, of Costing- .if meriting <
on, Incensed at reports that their .suffrage at-----_ ... .
picturesque village was a "steam- Iii.tian afla.r. i. agpri
I reedy-maite
ck.rs If the demands
candid-
the
lane, to pledge their adherence^J fM, ^^1? ? ^bp j"^ " ballot. In th. West Ind.c.
Th. Rector of CoMtiltoo, Rev- S. vo_ ,~, ""' onlv method available I
.-rend Oodlrey Pickard, told th. ,vJv of ^..Sl .^,,1-''.'', '" W"> comma,....
meeting- 12L2n.Z ^J. 'n?""1.'"<''"' *lm onr prison In three may !
d Iference. and to .ltd candidate n,bl. t red or .rile, some
government I sort of ntrracv lest at least would
"I hop. Cossington will be tho [fa,
starting point of a country.widi
common roll
crusade against anti-Cod Com- mmb_"S'ik,"'r^I,,,n. KSt S* '" b* d",ra'>le if responal-
munism wh.ch will sweep through , . wh^T 't h b1' '"'"'rate, are to be con-
th. country under th. flag of St whatever hi. colour.
Goorge".
Th detnaiiM include was*
of Hie inrr*a* and the rccop-.tion of
he Union as the *ole barfalning
power between the worke *>.
ihe empJoyen. S.P.A. only re-
cofnise* the Manpower CUt-
f"1 n-ns Association and B.G. Work-
.-ih * league Informed aource* *a>
' thai SPA. is unable t.> grant
the dfrmamW of the c.I.W.L1 A
ctpy of the memorandum und a
decision of the Union to call a
strike were also forwarded to the
labour Commissioner, Colonial
sort Secretary, and representalivcs
the SPA. The Labour Comm
Ioiht held ii conference but no
i*ply to the Unlon'i. memorandum
was yet |ssi-<
i colour. sUtuted'
This says, the Timet is ambitious.
Without a test of th
The fuse began two years ago a,w,"me "'l the cutnmunlt%' with proper safeguards. th-
when ihe South Somerset Com- w,u. h*Vr m far rasI s,dp racial Editorial warm; "The future of
munitt Party selected Cossington jr*"iU(lice * *o vote for a man "tt new Dcmueracv jn the Well mdUl
tucked away ut the foot of the Ws merit* instead of on his coh -ir. will be leopardised".
rolling Poiden mil., for a summer Wp!", fndl;,n. arc sU" "''7 *"' Wnaiiliiii in the concludint c,i. ,-,.. ik- m.. if.-.,...
fete. 'rm this ideal state Yc^ raw pnragmph federal unions valu b m""'"ro" '> lhc "a< Kcnrie
L-rt >... then- wa* mother rel-ti-ttta the Bri^ C-rihhean f..H.> the vlou-pnint of the %* 'SSSZS*ilhc'Suxltc
fete. Villiiiren. oountcrcd th- ,rp 8"^ hammer .nd sickle >iE with **mf* that the soluUon beiru; ttM editorial *ays "federati-m has "!"'' L.. T ^,h \?p(- I
" tried m.y not be altogether out of t be fostered, not forced by the J22WJ2S JS JU ,i
reach British Government and the ': ,?ACcWPd,,<> JT^1' fr0n' lh<
With all the difflculties and i k- binding influence of British con- 52SSl "Vi *
frankly understood expcrimcr.ts ncctlon has already helped"
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COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY.
;',-,',-,*,',*-'.'.*-::'.','-.***:* ',:',','.',:'.',',:'-'.'.'*:*,',;'.-r','ss.'.',>,*,
banner reading:
"We, the peopU of Cossington
fear God. honor the Kingdown
with Communism."*
Tho retired local regtttrar.
Edwin Squires, raid:
"Communism is an evil. This
la a true- blue village and we are
not going to have it turned Red."
Mrs. Margaret W-son. In whose
ground* the Communist fete was
held, said:
"When we were asked to lend
our Held for the fete we did so.
1 would do it again"
Hungary Will
Not Gel
American Lorries
Mor
FHANKFUI.T. Sept
than 350 former United
The BMsjg indign.itinn meeting States army lorries, part of 1.001!
was held after Cossington villa- ordered by Hungary^ were ;op-
Bers had been Jeered at by real- l,v<* durinic the past week at the
dents in the nearby market town *W*st Zone border rail checkpoint,
of Brideewater. Schlening. by American Customs
One Cossington villager said incials. the American High Cont-
"We were being branded with "'i*f'on "'.<' to-day
BelgianConcicription
Exlenc(edTo2Yearfi
illtl'SSEL, Sept 2
i'l.c pw |od of military service
for Belgium'- conscripts Is to bo
extended from twelve months to
two years, it was officially an-
nounced here today.
dependent Union The Demar-
ara Bauxit# Company Manage-
ment is unprepared to slate what
They propose to do with the new
Union For yearn the HP.C.A.
was recognised by the Manage-
ment a*> ti.e bargaining however
More Alcoholics
MADISON, W.-.
ili. Icnsc international situation
hit* bvAii blamed for an iiU-Um*
high in alcoholic adaictlon in tb*
(he stigma of Commu
(IN SI
I lorries were halted by Cus-
A War Ministry spokesman said Liiiieu States
that conscripts due to be reJewed ui.EM. Jellinek of Fort Worth,
u"d cSours W" ** rrt*lned Texas, estimates thare ar. 30. According to today. National '' Jf^J* * **T
l>efence Ministry communique, a compared with 000,000 In 1D4L
mil to be placed before ParlU- Dr. Jellinek. director ol the ^ ale
LONELY ISLANDS
MAGDALEN vU>
GRINDSTONE.
ISLANDS
Con-iiuction amounting
$300,000
lonely islands
of St I.iwrence this yea
includes a new kinding Held on
Grindstone Island and repairs to
vharves.
Thi
I^m!!^^ ""IT.Jrr^L* ^J1".**1 mcnt^will allo^Bclglum t"o"lUp- IrItute of Alcoholic Stud
?^_.-*j Army has undertaken within the frame- *ar5 ar,
wrork ol national agreemenU. and mcrMtr
I'rplus materials
xported under licences issued .by
West German Economies Min-
es!, said hot and cold
responsible for the
Legislation will also propose nimr session of alcohol itudiM
lowering the call-up age from *' ,he University of Wtocorsin in
twenly to nineteen.Heater. Madison, th* studies groi
i amounting to twentv to nineteen.Reater. Madison, ihr studies group spon-
,'f "r ,hT c~ *" Pays Britain CANADA G/VfS U.N. "JJ^ Z T!?mJ2?&Z
14,600,000
*" I4J
________________.i<-l,-.-
100.000,000
CALLED TO PAKISTAN rr" -' '
FORCE OF 6,775 Bureau of alcohol .tudifs
OTTAWA. Sept. 1. Dr. .Mlinek noted an increaM In
PARIS Sent 1 Canadian Defanc. Minister .ddlction among women He said
ice todav nild Britain """"" Claxton announced Mr. ,h ltle cnl., clor ln ^ over.
SI"..'? Part redemption of rvlcr wlfh ,hc . ,om, ln
10 Korea "or elsewhere" would go
These refunds were ------- lnt "" "?ld ''" """"'
rranco-Britlsh
.r^LSSS ^ ^^l^''^ h"ss asATsrua
nounced It WouId have 3.000 reinforee-
flnandal tnents and in its ranks would be
The war put women in a male
environment and gave them their
own Income. There were also
wholesale movements frotr one
place to another, and anxietie* and
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FARLEY HILL GROUNDS
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2nd. 1950
12 p.m. 6 p.m.
BoXfnsj Contest Dancing on Groin QaMM
\ "!" Stalls Luck Dip l.unchet Hot
Tom i- \ egotabloa otc
Pi.lire Hunil ii Alteniliinic
2 |i in p.m.
ADMISSION :
Arinlli ____!/.
ChlMroa & Nguoes M.
Mils SAVAQI iii op.
i nit' Kin at 12 p.m.
he fears |
told the House of Commons yes-
terday.
The force would Include three
infantry battalions, an artillery
reglnwrnt squadron, self-propelled drink* rs
guns and medico! units.
Reuter.
lilting from worry about
their men overseas." ,
Dr. Jellinek said he believes most
of ihesc women were moderate
the early 194<> and
'only now are blossoming as
full-blown alcoholics | l:N:S:
holm has been appointed secre- besides today's refunds, Franci
tiiry-gcneral of the Pakistan had made other payment* ln th.
YW.CA. Sho will train women last few days amounting to
leaders and assist in the country's 114,200.000. This brought total pay-
social reform nnd educational merits made so far under thi
WOrk, new agreement, to 18.00,000.
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SUNDAY, sFPTFMBEK 1 ItW
C.L.B. I m\>
Break Camp
MDOI U *! llli St John's


th,- Good
imes.
np nIiouM have lasted
two days longer, but i
oi the hurricane warnings broad-
cast Oil
naandUUj Harold
Rock, id k iitnp
i ramp wei
n#lllt- !-
i ;:ny. The Commanding Office
\rivocale veetl i
would like lo thank all
those arho help* I
canto s taUj Rc>

aetei ''' Shepherd
On R;il i. .
Moo '
nd brooch
I

fin. The
Cabas ha also real]
Chaplain of tin- i :. I
The presentation Wtf I
;n.d Mr* Meat* u-pl" T '
hmetton ended with i aftaahmaarii
MISK l.OVf.KS who packed
the Olobe r
Local Talent aii Stai Night" on
Irlday night, 'aw Alva Arthur
who saiiB "LaUChlni <>n the Out-
ride." win the coveted silver cup
Arthur's timing was good and he
a eool manner
nflaan-yeau ol-i Tn-voi M-i-
*hali. the youngael iing*f or the
group. tle-':i
Cheston Holder Trevor sang
' Now is the It i and Huldri
"Blueberry Hill".
Trevor, who alito
another -meet last Friday nlglit.
seems ti out io the
front wn<( everyone is looking
foru.i'l to In-.n nun .it the "Sup"r
Star Night" next Friday Re
told (be Advocate thai ne li
ut ol the
baa
Budelpll -hGuiar...
,'jnK The, WouM-il BeUeve lief
jnri iilthiiiiv be did not place, the
ovation foi him was great
THE Y.tt C.\ Fund whuli Ml
arta .d wo. has now
risen to $904.50.
Amount previously
iickrmwiedegcl ........ *'"' *>
Hoi and Mrs O, H
Evelyn ........... 15.0t
Hon. M Quinnese. 15.00
MlM li Holder (US.A ) 5.00
Halmir. from Cake Salt 50
\HUH\IS HY I III I.OI I I IO
ARRIVING FROM ENGLAND o
two Uaelier* for Harmon College.
the "Ooillto" y-x.tcid.iy were Mr. J
:id Htss Pnnielii St.mtord -nd lior fl
W Rice and M>- V. A Weiton.
mc Rev H St C Tudor
FIRST ELEVEIS CRICKET
lint over. Police were then -ill
1th out for 238 Mull ins was the not
out batsman,
second Potter*! ft ; bewatBfi C Mulhns
1)1 fun- r .1 l.i
and A. hi.wllnr. in noriiboreiere'i first
Empire Innlnp agalnal 'Forfle" t || Witkinsni. Th.
Kained un accurate length in their
brat over and both Uitsmcn play-
VII,1
THi: POUCB BAND, under
Capl C F Rataoo. will play
at Queen's I'ark i.t 4.45 o'clock
thih ceiling. Tins is putt ol then
month!) programme
liRANf. HARI H p ...
rtaner IS I lia<
OVKRTt "' MurtlMr ..I ri|o
SUITE Tom Indian Um Lai*
'on. \t; rv.u bwthapa
Ain MLkiiosA i.i. <,..
SE-EI.'ON ,'"1"1" "" *
I EI.KIUII I- ..-, ( hviM.
ORAfOMIo KXl MOT-
Pa>lnml Bymphon]
HalWl. < n,-*,i
Ktertul FalhiM-. ainxia ! ta*.
i^ad t'> rsssaiis| rather, i*d u
vrorNG PBOTLB of St Joeepfl
- hnv.' decided tc atari drauu
tic group A meeting will be held
on Thursday m Surinam Vfllaf*
at 4.45 p m. to mok<
Tor the working <,t ;ci<_- urnm,
WORKMEN are digging
trenches along Horse Hill I i
lay more water pipes. This work
started recently.
THK IBA Kit, ,,n is In for
St Joseph, too. and some
were seen in that pariah yesterday,
ihe most sln<-e tin
PRKDDY HUSBANDS of St.
F Joseph tell off his bicycle
and was injured yesterda) i......l-
mg when be was attau ked tv dor.s
on Chlmborazu Road. St. Joseph.
Huabiind's fall was one of :,
dog's attacks on pedes-
trians and cyclists in that parish
lately
ft from Fage *
Ogata] ..U out for SM
riarkcr 0 not out
Spartan started on thri
ninlnga with a deficit of
!>efore them S Orifrlrh
Atkins received the
.ittack liv Barker and
Wil lain*
The third l>.*ll of Williams
'bird over KU-uck the first blow
lor Empire. Atkins wag i aM l
bcnvM nt when he drOTC 0l
vorker TasB oate wh H.
% as 4 not out.
Harris Joined Griffith who was
dready droppe-i l>v I>rayto i
W
noved up steadily lo 37 when
Spartan received their second
bacear.
wh.. brought mi hlm-
If in place of Williams, got
i.nfnth caught at point by Rob-
inwn. Grillllh pulled it a leg
Kicak t ok the top edge and flew up to
peaat
With the gCOM txard reading
37 for 2. K Walcoll went to the
v.-lckct The 50 runs were sent up '
i 54 minutes With four minutes J
eft for play, the batsmen appeal- Muii1IU, ... r Tavlor
.,, Mr l.gbt btll the appeal was not gJJ ZTV.lJ'J^l
d lowed.
At close of play Spartan were
57 for 2 Walcott 13 not out and
Harrh 23 not out.
Combem.ere v. Plice
Police .....*M
Combermere N *>*
i f..r 3 wktol ......... *
County Cricket
Results
LONDON. Sept I
Sinny yesta-rdai beat Leices-
l-st
loi th.
to Hg WCCPd over Ilradshaw
Wok two wicket* He fO* Wilkin-
nfl lmwlel in the first ball and
Norvllle was caught by Farmer
when he made but a half-hearted
effort at the lourtb Bo far only
fixe runs had been scored
In Mulliiis' third over Knight
l'ot struck on his flncer gnd bad
I retire
The thu wieke! Jell for seven
I'udllional runs Grant was given
out low to Bradshaw with his
score only oM
Harris and Suiilh then put .1
cautious eye on the two fast bowl-
ers and although runs came
lowly. Ihay could not move the
Police skipper then
well-timed cnarlft, ie-
and
pavil-
lOfl in his second ball Harris
was adjudged lbw The score had
reached 21 when the fourth wle-
l.et fell.
by 10 wickets in their
inly fixture, of the season
11 Lancashire, who
their progTatfium
1'ngli.h County CVaffaaM
<:humpionship.
Full cricket results were; At
tr.e Oval. Surrey beat Lelccster-
Ihin b) 1" wi.'ets: Ixncester-
slitre 1st innings il3. Alee Hedser
took 8 Leicestershire wickeu foi
1$ Se.cind inning. 10, lierry 4^>
in Burrej IW 'or B
declared. Constable 51. Palmer
1. ok 4 Surrey wickets for 02.
Second Innings 4 for no wickets.
At Kenninpujii. The England
E.everiCommonwealth Eleven.
1 .atch drawn: Commonwealth
280 lor 7 declared, V Harare 114.
Fngland 188 for 8. W F-drich 52.
V Mankad 5 for 32. ratal restricted
pla*
At Hove. Susacx a>crby-
shirc. match drawn Derbyshire
S75. Revill 57. Carr 70 Second
innings 56 for 5 declared. Bates 3
for M. Sussex 126 for 7 declared.
Gladwin 4 for 5. Second innings
148 for 3. John langrtdge not out
n
- Keuter
(iood Slunil
Becklea and Smith then came
igether to strike the most valiant
. j.rtr.crslup nf ||1(. ,(.,., Smith
After .1 hard flgnt to savo ihe had got the knack of playing
d.lii.u on at Combermere yestcr- Police's bowlers nnd was batting
day, the sch>l boys were ull out w,th marked confidence,
tor 86 IB Uieii lirst innings
against Police who scored 230. "'"',' thev had earrttd Ukl
ad had to go back 10 the wicket cow to O, BtcUei got run o*it
when the two teams met on the whan he was Mttlliig aown. only
second day of their First DM- "'" l"";r (Sm'1", '"," ."2 a'
Mon Cricket ilxture. Combermere ihe Ud ftilly behind iftsat change
lost three wickets for 30 runs in 'roni Taylor. The ball went to
drataTofrtJST by thc SS^JteK C&&SLSL
>co.e of 230. but only added eight M** '' nuU Knight went
runs yesterday l*efor- they were back l the wicket
out 11. one over. three Alll. |imrtl M., ,.. l(
balls. Dyer hod scored a '^yy sl,w began to ,.- 1
PRECAUTION
HAVANA, Sept. 2
Cuba's Mlniltr] .1 Agnoultl
to-day iMinned the importation of
cattle am meat from Van Batlt
as a precaution against foot and
mouth disease.
Bay Street Club
HoMs "JO Club9'
Mat,< 1 Tered to at-
tend tlte '30-' I
Sireat Boy- Club, which will be
the name given to the period b<--
1 ween. 1. Ml p.m. ;-r.a HI.00 pm.
Duiinit this period a
111 rflso be
iieewpaAser articles of .urrent m-
mnttntg an traffic regula-
borffleaaf precautions.
\ vaiiaO show is soemtimes
i rapatad thgrnwleea.
Some sing and recite while others
play instrument*
The Duty Rosier of this Club for
1 th Of Sepleinl^er follow*
Mr Manp. B/o Revd.
.ethel Mission House. Bay
Street. Budgctown
Sept v H waaaott,
Oafaca, Roebuck Street
Sepl 6 Revd. Cro^l>
Mhatton House. Hay elreet. R'town.
Sept 7 S Heckles, c/o St.
Michael Vestrv. Cumberland St.
Sept 8O O Haynes. Solici-
tors' Office, James Street, Blown.
Scpi 9 S. Barnwell. c. o He-
. S'.nc'.
Sept 10Red. H. Laync. c/o
Y M.C A Pinfold Street. B'town
11 W B Millar. c,o Ad-
Kinnn.il Dcpt. Broad St.
sept. 12 F. H O'Neale, c/o Pro-
bation Office. P.oebuck Street.
Sept. 18Cyrtl Brathwaite, c/o
Diavanaary, Cenera.l Hospital
B'town
Sepl. It Keime-.h Pile, e/o Gen-
eral Post Office. Bridgetown
Sept. 15 Alonia Jones, Drax
Hall. St George
Sept 16C. W. Rudder, Chelsea
Road, St. Michael
Sent. |7--Stn. Sgt. L. Yearwood,
Police Headquarters' Office.
Bridgetown
Sepl 18 A. Isrunacl. c*o Town
Planning Office. Roebpck Street
Sepl 19B. B. Bourne. C o Pro-
batlon Office. Roebuck Street
Sept 20 Revd. F. C- Pember-
ton. River Knad. Bridgetown
Sepl. 21-H Blackman. Co
Hinds Drug Store. James Street
Sept 22C- D Cuffley. Head-
master, Bay Street Boys' School.
Sept 23Inspector T. Franklyn.
Police Headquarters. Bridgetown
Scut. 24 Mr. Douglas. C/o
RevoV Pemherton.
Hndgetnwn.
Sept 25 Revd A J Hatch. St
John Baptist Vicarage, St. James.
iepl 16 O S <'oppin. C o M.11-
bados Advocate Reportorlal Depl.
Broad Str.et. Bridgetown
Sept 27 -Slri. Sgl J Hutson. |
Police Headquarters. Bridgetown..
3 Mr Thomas C/o I
II.ni 1'cii'lterton .tiver Koan. I
Bridgetown. ,, ,_ _
Sept 29Inspr. V. Chandler. I
Police Headquarters. Bridgetown f
Sept 30 Mr. Weekes. Oo Revd.
Pemlsriton. River Road. Bridge
IHARITV DAMF
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WUXEN S
Wedneaday 6th Sept.
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MONDAY. laVT. 4Ui
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Mi gpciL LUCAS
ANNUAL DANCE
on Tuesday Night, 5th
S'-pumber. 1950. at St.
Catharlna'i Social Club
W by Mr rVeoy Oraan'a
* ADMISSION:
A (.. 1,1 t ::: Ladira 1/6
ft Transportation from all
X sections avallatli
I1AK SOLID
A I'lNK aaSfl ll>. mvlLlLO.. j
* The President and Members ,
^ of the
ETON SIGHTS CLUB
beg to remind their friends
that their
ANNUAL DANCE
takes place at
QUEENS PARK HOUSE
1 S.vrunnAY. 9ni Sfft., 1950
town.
boyi
the
gam-1 the school
in t day of gansa
The wicket was good yaitarqu
and duruig their 39 overs 111 the
attack against Combermere in
their first innings, the fan
bowlers were much used
C. Bradshaw and F
bowled 11 overs each for
vard i
inst Kiii
\> nn ireate
11 > Sad ihe loose
.... 1
men t eon to 75
bafora Knlghl ^aughl bj
Warm r off Taylw 1
Taylor .,M( ,.. (<|1 1( ,.,
9 aa mm h 1
20 runs respectively to lake three
wiekatai taca. I Brawatar, tho Be/siei ibe Bull
only slow bowler who shared the claim d H eighth I
bawling, also took three wickets run 1 -v Mu
Hiring his spell of 8 overs, hi
bowUng eonced'ng l runs
In the second innings. MuUlns
took two wickets in one over. Hi
1 in.. Topptn
still nil. was gi%
Six tuna short
k. Comber
made the ball jump in the lirst another disaster
I
after a good stay
bowhsd I ilrewster.
spinner,
AMCket me
who hal
I
out l.b.w.
thc follow
I) Tnppln
f 18 was
nbennaia'!
Crocodile Lay
12 Eggs
The 1 roeod k at Qw
laid 12 ;:i. in its l.ltli- pond 011
Friday night
Caen egg weight1 about u much
as an urdinai v duck eag. but win
more oblong In shape 0B4 Ol
Ihem measured 2'~ inches from
end to and and S I 10 mches in
cfarcuiafaianca.
Bra a muddy-grey
when the. wara taken oul of the
water but after a waahftig; wata
white again, They were not
fertile.
The orncedlle hi now about 3*
feet lonj/ [1 la*t laid hIhiI 2 ycai-.
ago.
.linings and he struck Knight
tin his finger and once on hb
check which wae afterward--
swoiin. ,;!'1
Krtrght, however, batted confl- " *J
riently against the Police bowling lhr^,i
and helped his side to 19 runs
Mr Smith tnpscored (or Coinber-
mere with 21 and E D Toppin.
he only other bat who gave any
laalilania mawa '" bafare be
was iiowi.il in Bran
During the last mimiles of play,
Win m tejrad Ihe
bowling with ease
The Game
with Um nearwaeh '" ,.
licwster and Brad-h.iw want t" ,|u. ,'(,h [%S(l wicket
the wirket lo cent!..... the Pae
The Cambarmara skip- HOUSE BURNT
per brought on his spinners 'T T7llkllwn 0riBlD brahu
r; n b ttal and C I baakka l)Ul al lhmil M am. yMlerda>
and from Ihe start it wa evien p (l v..,,,, .. yi :' Si George
that Police could rot add many and mmpu-ieK deatroyed n wal.
more runs to (heir total I'-.kle. llll(j woodcn buUdlag iK-longing t.
bowled Hrewster in th<- f.>orIh Ear|c Rcifer Ol Bank Hall St
tall of hii Brat ave* an-" ftreni Michael.
.laimed Bradshaw in . atmuat At the time of the lire the build-
in the third ball of thc tng was unoccupied
U TO TEMPT
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runs had been added.
With 5n more mlnutea to play.
Police ami back Oombcrmere HI
the wicKel. Mullins and Brad-
,... ottaafe
Wilkinson and Harrta opened
1 nbc......' aacond innings.
li:, i oa i' is Uad down the
batting f' I '' l,f Brad-
ihaw kuwettad oul h
slump in ine last ball of ho
aatoad over. The aoori M
but 9 were extras. Mullins t.H.k
ffoctama&o /
Klo, "Smiw invll*. .11 ,,, , r,.r ,,,,
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