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PAGE T SI NOW ADVOCATI'. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1*511 CaJiib QaUinq H is KXCELLENCY the Qovf Antigua. Mr K W Hla.kburne leave-, t.-d,i. fol St UiajuUaa, %  will •AftUgua on Qtsifcii iMh .Mr Rlnrkhiiifir prat; v.-,t 9) Kit) .-V %  (>>t ;i lrrajer stay u toon u po*-sibi' Old Harrisonian M R. and Mral. MM -pent two wwks holiday •g first with Mr Gill's mother at the Crane, then with hi* l>rither at Wot ton Estate. Christ Church, returned tn Canada yesterday by T C.A. An Old Harr.aonian. Walrond wa a keen cricketer at school He I* now In Canada where laff ti stationed for two years on a business trtp for hi* firm. He i%  n Enmun and tin. M his first trip home in fifteen years. is the daughter of Sti .v. Secretary of the lnf Mechanic,)) Engineer^ Family Meeting M RS PETER ?OHLEV. her Audre\ Fraser end Mrs Eraser's IWM children Peter and Valerie were among thi paaaenair u arriving from Canada bv T.C.A yesterday morning Their last visit to Barbados wa in 1M8 and Baal) plan to ata> about six weeks this trip. Mrs 3orte> l a sitter of the lets Man is'rat. 11 M. Seon WITH Hlh daughter Patricia an one *-'li both oi tbeei at the party at thi wadding anniversary and tln-ir daughU %  ids. and his wife on Uie other, Capt. Raiaon cuts the cake r home on Friday night. It was the aUlaons' twenty -second : Patricia's twenty first birthday. Here Again M K and Mrs "BUI" Gilllnghi A* luck would have it M Sorley's niece Mrs Eunice Savwne aeeompanicd by thcl oury was at Sea well to meet her %  lone with other friend* find rela Itfl B fCW • i on her way to Antigua. ivr. Ten For Tan Expected Exfenalon ISS AI.MA LA BADIE. first a RRANGEMENTS are being ham are here again from % Weit Indian to join the WoXm. made. 1 understand, for cxCaracat Pat another holiday. They men's Auxiliary Air Force in the tension of thy cheaper air parcel three last war Is worried Some time post service from the U.K. to the hildren Ann, Dick" and Surjin. ago she decided to produce a magCaribbean by the end of this year. Ann I* now at Codnngton High azlne. It was called Tan" Bu'. It mean.-, that parcels of a miniSchool and Dick i* going to the monetary difficulties have arisen mum weight of half a pound mav .odgc and Mis* La Badie is having be sent at a charge of five shilJttt aboul three weeks stay in Mr Gillingham is Manager of trouble In getting advertisers to lings as against the existing a.. Parbadffl '.he Shlumberger Company, not take space freight charges, the minimum for Mr* Savoury shottld have reonly of their Branch in Caracas, Her friends arc working very which is £1. 15s The air parcel turned earlier m" the wfk but but throughout the whole of hard on her behalf Last week she post service ha*already been innatilfj to get a passage. South Amenea. This well known attended dinner given by the b^fctcad 0 W iPM parts of the Fortunately the delsv enabled her <>mpany is associated with the Men and Women of Today Club. Commonwealth and has achieved oi ;i aunt whom -he 13d production of Oil In South Amerlwhere she had been invited to great nieces Senders of smaller 1 seen n na.w VeaS ea and itHead Offiee is in Carameet several prominent people parcels of goods have derived MrT wu, ? * ?h7 wife of •? Amon mhc lhe M"*""' "' "*' St"** 1 '••>"' • Ptal gar. Mr Wank Savour Manager 1 Thc% are staying at Cacrabank. Oonegall has promised to 00 what fflM. Thoufh I is accepted that i: !? .. ***"* £T V K' l "*" a *!^ r •„> c n. and she was certain her will be the end of the -car before Cable Ar Wireless Branch in QJJ J Q Q ta ^ ri aifflcultles would soon be overthe scheme covers the whole of the Antigua _come. "If I can get ten people to Caribbean, some of the islands x. ... Llur:(. r"a FF lo c,n * 8 yosterday morn1)tr#c to lake len page! for a year, may be able to take advantage <>f 1 o meet flit Wife KJ m g by T.C.A were Mr and then I shall be able to go ahead," it within the next month or -.. M B Drvnna mtntrta u .1 M"!f n N ,block Th '*, w,n be he said. Negotiations are going on between R RONNIE HUGHES was at Mrr Niblocks tlrat visit lo her the postal authorities in England mo rning home in Windsor Ontario, tn six Back Home and those in the Caribbean 10 meet h's wife who arrived from year* Mr Niblock i.s roing on „,„,, , b ,„ ^„^^_ So a London friend has wrim Canada by T.C A. Mr Hughebuaiiicaa and WlL visit New York.' A FTLR ,wo r onU tn Canada. (o le)| mf ainved from Canadu at the beToronto and Montreal. ..-* %  Mrs. A Peterkin and Mrs ginning of September and is now They 1 teaching at Comherniere School months. ml niiiiiireai. u . i\ rnfmni ttiiti ini:pert to be awav for twtHMary Gale, returned yaaterday %  %  ncrning by T (' A ddad AMONG the passengers leariug by T.CA. yeaUrdar for Canada were (left to right) Master Robert McLeod. Mr. Rosemary McLeod. MrLee Nlblock and Mr. Ian Niblock. Returned M R. BRINDLEY from Tr has been having; a PghUda: in Barbados, and 10 use hta ow 1 words, has had a wonderful tin.' lie has now returned with the happiest memories He was gtaj ing at Cacrabank. May Settle Here M R. AND Mils STANLEY JONES have arrived li Barbados from Peru and Columbi., with a view to aeAIing down her' Mr. Jones waa with the Tropir.i OH Company, Bogota, Columl 1.1. end also one of the Top BxtruUves or the International Pet'oleum Coy. Peru atf Lima. He W 1 also Administrator for the Mavj i.uring the war. He has lived many years In South America and was with the RA.F. in World War I. They are fci'ests at Cacrabank, Congratulations /CONGRATULATIONS to MlIvy AJIeyne who has jus been appointed Organizer of tin Housecraft Centre. Miss Alle.Mv whoso substantive post was Inspector of Domestic subjeti> attached to the Education 01). was seconded to the Housecraft Centre from April 7. 1040. Her appointment takes effect ai from August 1, 1950. Here For A Week Left Yesterday A FTER four months holiday Weddinf Manager of W. Speyer "' n __ ,, ... For.'-of-Spuin arrived from Triniror The Unveiling oad ymterday morning bv M ISS ALICE C. FRANKLIN I EAVING B>rbndo on rrlday B.W.I.A. to spend a week was married on Saturday Jj "'lenioon by B.W.I.A. for lollday Austin Is u Uorbadi^. Mrs D o. Lcacoek, Mrs HoseSeptember 30th to Mr Putcel' Trinidad were Mr. John Beckles, who has been living in Trlnlda^ Di'JLSll^i 'PIS!? *h %  ? o C I Ev l >' n "• "> Income Tav • Director of the Barbados Cofor several year.. He, hui\..7whow...lS JBaf ^P"""'"' The wedding whlc, Operative Bank and Mr F. D. Forty Eight Ye.r. Sans on holld.v returned! t., %  '"">' •*" C " Bfwn Vl.ltg T.C.A. Wlot A FTER a week's holuUi> In Barbados. Capt and Mrs Smith lift by T C.A r* terday morning Before returning lo their home in Toront>however, they plan to upend a week in Bermuda en route Capt. Smith ll kept orange bloasoma; she carried lymquet of Airthurium Lilies and Michael's Cathedral. "The ceredirector of the Barbados — mony was performed by the Rev Operative Bank. I VE no *—** to Barbado* fo, A. E. Armstrong assisted bv the They have been Invited TO" forty-eight years", Mr. Evan Rev. H Lane Trinidad for the unveUmg of a S. Field told Carib yesterday The bride was given m marriage bu>l of *he late Dr. McShine. morning, shorvly arter h e lande-rl by Mr Torrence Franklin Shr C.B.E.. founder of the Co-Opera at Seawell by T.CA.. enroutwore a dress of lineal sheer and I' v e Bank in Trinidad. from Booton via Canada. A Barnylon Her veil of illusion tull" Thc ceremony will be performed badlan. ht is a brother of Mr. place bv a tiara of r --morrow by Sir Hubert Ranee. St. Clair Field, of St. Philip with r.overnor of Trinidad. whom he will be staying. Mr. Beckles and Mr Symmonds Mr. Carl ton Browne, his nephew will be returning over the weekand Mrs. Browne were at Seawell attached. end. ti meev him. Her i-ndesmaids were th. Leaving By The "Nelgon" Second Season IS !" 'Silt'* Gllt n %  nd 2^£! T^HE Hon. Murtogh Guinness. Vf ISS GERMAINE GAONON "' ,'2,5 7,? L".".* 1 JV, n0 *" • mo "t the Passengers 1VX .rr.ved by T.C.A. yesterday SSE v "V^ 1 ,"^ rl a ndblu ""-vlng Barbados, by the Lady morning from Montreal and Headdresses. Their bouquets were N .i Mn i ) ,. nm ,r<.w n.sht %  — '••— —— ""-' l rw— ", i n ,, ., .., the BrlUsh NOrUicrn Islands Mr. C iichlnw Matthews w;n. .*. >. ... u ... and the ushers eie After Month s Holiday Mensrs Neville Phillips and Law\f RS CIJSIE StlEPPARU who Canada yesterda reaee Hneh •** %  ha^ been spending n month T C.A. and will be here for t After lhe ccremonv a reception in Barbados win her son Mr. and a half months. Her last V was held at "Auburn'. Chapman Andrew Shopuard and his family, here WM in IMS. She will Street, the home of the Bride's returned to Trinidad on Friday staying with Mr and Mrs. G parents. afternoon by B.W.I .A. don Crawford in Belleville. Pilot with T.C.A. flying tneU Y:'~^\Z\,'Z"," !" "'''\.t*" v ,""" Inland services in Canada He 9 uew l* nn > f*g w h • "liver has been flying for elf and was in the R.C A K during the last war. They were accompanied | .t.ointit.iJu-1. A Barbadian M l! LEONARD LESLIE wfa ..,,, has been spending Iwi weeks holiday with Mr and Mrs C. C. Leach, returned to Toronto r.c.A Mr Leslie, Who If Mis LeachS 111,'tl.. I "1 "I ,; "Famous Players Canadiai Corps A Barbadian, he has bec.i living for thlrty-aevea Canada the Marine Hotel Office once i rain this tourist season. She : waa down here last year and relumed in June for a holiday Lagt here in 1939 M RS MARIE GOFORTH arrived from California vl.i morning ll I< Itmxt. Ifllis m\0. oir rwn THE iiiuin: or THE YEAH EMPIRE ihc happiest cveni of the season! All the fun and farce and %  mil ajntmlin moments from the Honorable Inlention". up to the Wedding March! DONT MISS "father of the JSride NOW SHOWING 99 STOCKINGS! 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SUNDAY, (K'TOBRB 8. l5ll SI M)AY ADVOCATE I' u.i. 1 mil i r-V.W.V.VA%-.".%W.%%%"."--.^,V.".V.".V t Which face would you like? Ai II.. (iiMum : 'Lost Boundaries 9 11. .. itPICTURES—no matter how g*iddealing with racial probk n passed up by the movie-going public Tbey think the} are too serious or might provoke undue feVlfog I hope this will noi be the case with "Loat Boundu u, h is playing at the New Plasa. daafi on tact, it Is a most St. John'* Church. Portsmouth. hougt.'ful. under standing study of N.H wbo plays the same role in i CPCi-.l probta* honestly prethe him, though jnder a c •vmad. and (he st >ni-dociimeiil;iiv name. His fi itndlv personality, H gives i %  realism that warmth and human kindness is intensified bv Insincerity and felt from the n onMnt he comes •\ of an outstanding cast enables the Carters to mid tin courageously handled and the happiness they deserve result is a profoui dly stirring film. Loui* da Koclifiiumt, originator t is the story if ;i young culol "The March of Time"", has provi doctor, wki after a series duced s moving and provocative rejections on the part of both 'I'm and his achievement u one THERE is one woman all women would secretly like to be. The epitome of chic and ease, she stands out from the crowd (meaning, of course, other women) and looks wonderful whatever she wean. She is spoken of as "That elegant Mrs. So and So.She is not popular, for Ihe elegant woman is definitely not liked by other women, either because they nvy her or because they feel inadequate in her presence. As for men—the more daring like to be seen with her—the rest are just plain frlghtenend to death What is elegance"' Life EMJEGAXCE a*. It must never be confused with, smartness for the two have nothing in common. Elegance demands flair, judgment, confidence It is a rsre achievement which, apart from a certain self-satisfaction, pays surprisingly few dividend* It requires an overtime effort in all sorts of directions, and at least three natural gifts—a trim, slender figure, tremendous poise, and a gift for wearing clothes that no matter how cheap in price look expensive and distinctive. Good looks are totally unnecessary. Irrc,;ular, but sinking features and n sleek coiffure are PHE1IIXI vss Real elegance Is to be found more often among French and American women than British, partly because British woman seldom have dress sense, and partly because they are frightened to death to frighten men And prettiness* Prettiness. particularly the fluffy kind, is totally at variance with elegance A god figure is not essential. Retrousse feature's, softly curled hair, and a rounded figure are. PreUy women can always be popular. Men go aftrt thru'. Even other women like thenSit<l Hub with Fatheris THE HIGH-SPOT FOR MICHAEL REDGRAVE'S DAUGHTER because It I* easy to be condescending about them: "She s a pretty little thing" conveys a world of disparagement Try to be condescending about an elegant woman In the same way' With a little 'rouble llian ll 00 reason In the world why a girl of ordinary charms can't look devastatingly pretty. The only drawback Is — it is a Held in which there Is a lot more competition. John French henillustrates the point with two photograph* Well — which face would JOU likiio U' yours' P.D.M. —L K.S. THY THIS il$if IMPROVED ODEX SOAP O Geti skin really clean Banishes perspiration odour Uavei ttd) seet and dainty AVOID OFFENDINGUSE red and wh te group*. : H,w: t v-hera ho aaa) hiwife "peas" as while yniakaVsji. heir true backuroun* is UB^IIM i %  UM townsl->lk Mr ahtgfli*n are born ami i.-d to b-pavr that lhei ara arhfttc For utffly yeaTS, they Uve there, ..nd the lbctor*a character and ability win for them the deep regard and alTecti'inate respect of the enlire community. In lMz, the doctor and his *•* offer their services ti %  high merit. "FATHER OF THE UK1DE' showing at the Empire Theatre Is a light, amusing and cheerful cumeoy giving father's view all the preparation-, and whath.ive-you for theformal wedding ol the only daughter Uascd Kdward Strvetcr**. best-seller of the same name which Is hilarlousl> lUustraleri b> Gluyas WV It does not, however, measure up io the original and thenMm .,. be loo mui h effort on the part of he direct Jle FAM/LYFoodDr/nk Stimacte in/ CADBURYS TEATIME ON THE SET openly %  ! In many cases, even recognised T HERE is no mistaking Vanessa Redgrave. Dressed, say. as Hamlet, in a romantic white shirt and black tights, she would be lust like a younger edition of her father. At 13* he h already made up har mind about her career. "I want to become an actress as soon as I leave aohooi." ahe says. "My parenta have no objection." School is at Queens-gate, in South Kensington "When I first want there 2* yearn ago everyone wanted to know what gag lather was like. -1 don't think having i For your study _. lamous actor should mainBill dlffeienoa Tom have not turd Jo the lil^antrv Ye' ' '**t UM IBf urdniiuy lathSf. SRi*?, %  „ uibhes Us; St other limes he Is very nice andi kind, lie briar** In aUoadnTw a* much frredom as potalDle. "We ihinn" fth* ir*" laefade* soMMtrer a.rer Lynn. %  oho is 7?aaef ffSmm Omm. 35 u n. % %  he'just the right latin r •n,.Redai >vrs live in a lovely llth century house SoudMsthls vwr Um went lo WooUcombe. in Nortli Vanessa UivB tne loii* wall" and talks she ha* ih he; father. We d vu n ev m th.nt she says, "Irom si'.roiv". fourh dimension -ud. oi course, the theatre l HI. of %  bubi %  a_J ncor hai iw dtaadTaniafat. however. V tl see much of him. #.ien lies making a mm. because tlien he's mi w + Now Vanessa L I > r Jiesrsut: for the school'.cnr.stms* piai iA-:iwij &:> %  aaasi io* %  sh. and pw Joan, sal Hicha Rfttsravpii.ll be -t tB< tint Jiou •' He Till I-' me Know laiei that evening 11 I dani do a ell. %  aid Vanesiiv S0r'. oSa ii irp .. ..--ol T. •* males >^n .. oesk U -ou gave mm the design for it. Y.\K . IIKHI'SVAI i itii:: WA1ER1E OOODB^RNK (III, of B-xlev. Kent and her < i' ^ham <9i oan a luiy. une-iijrv-powor car. wfticM ihey have ocn driving now 1jr several monirn She iys: "We an arwan c*,!.g aMied out io garden pi aa-l ffti-i. where M eolie, from (flier children lor r.d i 'Then we givs ihe a chanty." '.: *-" vaiit sjolve U 9 Sat Vysirr Word Now. If you Baissji Know that the first moans to snare. The second is for mountatneK safeguard to rrlleve tneir fears. And l the third word, heres a clue— You'll nnd these creatures in the Zoo. The fourth Is something mat annoys All fathers, mothers. girU and boys. Fireworks for a Viking T HE king on this stamp ss.!l to conquer England, and ended up In seven feet ol earth measured for IMIU hv King Harold at the hauls ol Stan lord Bridge. near York. Ml that w now ik r.. TL.. MM K .p"."> "^j.'.'sr.;*^'' "" xi " "•">. ..round lad 'h> .h,-k w Ih.doc' %  "•',""-" '"^ ",'!'T" '"""." ir#-^ hlll tor every other ilntik ltd ''" u I'o. ujutbcvoMdui uilorl. lyn to get Into his morning coat of 'iclenl viMtane—thr supori iliotH I aterer and the usual aouuMiiiir The cast boasts no outstandiuK vved ulu I in'osont, in Uits case a screen pcraunaliliev hut each %  •'"'"f "'.Venus deMilo with member has contributed a memcl 9 c In her stomach: These are oral,* performance. Both Mel %  '" romkally presented, but on Kerrer and BoatrU* Pearson, as ,h e whole, the action laits. |kir the doctor and his wire Rive iniwulprly In the weddlnj rehMrsal. teruretatlons to their roles that ^hlch could have been really |n asMtUvc. sincere and deeply fuony. but which Is rathe, tlrorooMi. YounR Richard llylton wine. "A. "'."' i"",. '' %  Woul '' *"*; Spencer Tracy and Joan Uen daSMte -And %  smonR ytmgjn,„„ „ ,„„,„. „„ u „„„,„ i.. Ic .. %  A ,,.ui,t. %  .uvfi ilendid. Thev make Ideal t nlven.itv student who becomes moden, parent., and Mis. Uenhltter iin.1 disillusioned on learnln, ,„.„., ,„,,.„, m u tl ,| ,„,„ | MV of his backjTound. his perform„,. JaulA „,., j,„ „ „„., .„,..,._ snee is a flno one. For a young uva mother Soanear Ton sa L"*" %  ~ h m h ~ ,ric "' "f" V U U-d Is hunK-aroiorunderM.,^!,'., have ben of comparatively short ,„„, ssj-ssa. „, „,,, l^a.. no ,.„„t duration he 1. nm.rlt.bly poled ^ a „ TirnTrtTaJSZlfi. I.., a ,erio„„,e,~ ,, ; „„„., „,.„ ,„ ,„, .hTT,,,,,,,' | often seen In the younscr K!,..1 ,.,.,„„ focl „,„, „„ „„ ^ Canada l*e. as Hie superintendas „„ lu .,,ke when everv ^ve. 0 sX&isEiiriss '• %  &~ !" is£& ?52. '"' nl !" *'"! ix-rformsnce ami ,„ rt „„„ %  ?„,„ „„ hp w „ voulw Hi „/," -5. 'T' C,,r, 7.i n <•""•" I" '<•• of whmn no more the poll... station Is one of the nf _., tM .. most lunnanty sympnthetic and undersUnidln. In the entire lllni rhr settings nnd .tmosphL.. The ouuuuwllns; amateur actor i homelike and attractive, and the Rev Robert Bam, Hector ol dlologue bright and amusing YES, it's fact.. • more dentists in the U.S.A. recommend and use IPANA than any other tooth paste^ R.n, USA „, Ha Hi nil itau kiag — Vifcins Harsld Hard!ade-*s Ihey eelebratl luntKlav of the cit, he -OBlO. Warhke Haralo ami. : 'UrUled by UM file re .i. ihan a child;" worga. Perfaratmii I i 4S or... Four Men Will Spend Winter 11,700 Feet Up Fot.i British aclentisti. me .M next iiiunth to spend the winter on Uie top uf mi 11.700ft. high Swiss mountain They will N> tlii-ir own cooks. Leau. r of tho party, Mr. J A. Newh. of Manchester University, will taka his turn at the stove, although he admitted to-day thai he la nut a good cook "Our supp' if. will be wnl up rrori Wengen. 7,000ft. tit-low. lie Bald I i m no Idea what tit of meals we will have." Bacon and Keps "Although we are on the Contim-nt. wt will have bacon and egg* fii suller fiom pain, frel SO nxrvous. cranky, restless. Weak—at such tanas? Tlif n uo t ry 1-ydia F-. Ptnttham*! Vegetable C'Hiipound to relieve such tymptomi! In a rtwnl uiedical test it iovcd rematkably aetpfwl to aronirfl troot.led Ihti way. Why don't you a*t smml and liy it youi—ll? Pinkhani'a COIII|>OUIMI la what Doctors call a uterine sedative It h' a m-nd •>->thiog effect on Of BOnKirli nu.,t 1'ii/Miria.rif Ort*M. aken regularly Pinkhait>' Coni|>ouiid hetiw hoild up leaiitaiire agnimt such dif %  1 ..I ,In Khir I NOT1; O, y.u may pr.l.. IVDIA I. rtWHSM'l TAtLITt . odds. Itasi. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND'PilKTR good look, tell yoll they're jwl right. Vou know. Iocs v/lien \uu look at the price tag, that you rau'l gel tiuer rg aW. lllu-trjtad is a Tan Suede Brogue, with Crepe Sole. Tied to everv pair i~ tbn John While Onarantee Shield—the sign which aaaatas • ju*l right'! Look for it as keadia>g -inrein Qarbados. made by JOHN WHITE means r justright Designed fof elegance and enSriency, dttrd with a bake lite handle foe ontniort and easy control, the O.HaC. iron glides smoothly and effortless.v, turning your labour into pleasure. THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN BARBADOS •rWANTlNC THt C£N£Ml QiCTWC CO. iTD.. O* (NGLAMD WM. FOGARTY LTD. 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PACF rom SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1930 Norman Marshall Scores Century Fine Weather Sees Some Fine Batting SCORi: BOARD EOHN GODOA *" i ivsdaj A • %  %  In WOpfa her,-. WH ncrorderi ihcin. inwUst, %  schoolboy or mare linj lor nave I ever sewn nn.vlhiiik to <.-qu.il it. It is all over^now and rrai il 1 say it Tor mywvlt. the account I ha* been accurate and pui:.cv*orthy. Hawed thr toui and bava nmuawd iinepoch making deeds of Its sixteen members which will not lie left u POLK'i: 1*1.AV INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET U UM I Hunk it lilting that some tribute should be paia to U CricKtl AuociaUon, Sir Allan UoUjrtnora, the Secretary Mi. V,. t. Hujot and the other members ul UM HI A loi the smoolli way in which the reception for the returning Weal Indies cricketers worked and the 100% dovt-tailing of the vartOM phaae* of the welcome. Colonel ailchelin, CominuHuonvi of 1'olice rendered a full hearted co-operation and my cougraiuiauoos go out W him ua they do In the caae of all the willing workeia of the Barbados Cricket Aiaociation and tbell ii lends who played their respective part in making the m a pleasant milestone la the annuls of West Indies spoil. unwonted but excellent >li(i. li-nd over u, ueirj i.tmn, Jtuot-ii C nn suam, L. -..I fcvtrton H'eeicea. 1 : WlsfcSO UMsM ... a hundreu i i" in 10 exploit iinlivitiuui genius. i.ut |iu> wa* iiiipiaclical. •" mru UM MtU mvie Wall oe u muiuai eXCDauaa inoiig UMMsl U igc ul LUM I.I.O bankUM WAXES POLO COMi'LllTlON ENUS 'i^iu. I9M K.O CooifiatiUoD begun, QQ 'ihuisa.. %  > A ibeoraw lor UM flncraond wm beaadaonluaaoai MM ,..,... Dg oi UM Uurbauo* Water I'olo AgnOaiUa ai a pm %  %  I %  0 .MH IJ.c IBM U urn. playing belter. jmir <,.i ^.^', . .... M Uie DiglMK goal scorer lor Hiu. —as on won rumaM a eup p rw ma u by aaHarZ uoow • 'tug s*oi u m ukM uifco oi Snappers muaiieu w\u„u ui uu >uappei'. DsBytJd M a UHUn i. t „, unp W Mn „„ .-.o.i .ma %  aed iiieinoei oi UM team ueieive* graft, steam ,... ,ne., i onviiicuig victory. LUECOND AGAIN J....I..V. i iad ended Mcond in tne L^-ague iinai II n, KM I, followed closely by awoid.utn, ... I1NE weather wvricMMd the returned W< Ii s. John CoddHid. Clyde Walcott and II as the) plays| their first Ramvcaterday. fluy acored 98, Goddard 2, and Walcott ha batted Hut the best baiting periorm' r the day came from Nor%  hall, W.vider?r* all 11 0 -ei-red iOf out ol total of 308 fm wickan. rad 323 for -j wickets, against College and Carlton 23B against Spares At Lodge the School was all i.ut for 81. and Ki ... 5 wickeu for 71. The Games:— Wanderer* (far 1 wfcta > . .3e> Highlight ot the WanderersPolice Ftret Division cricket game at the Bay yesterday was a flrsl wicket partnership between the Marshall brothers No,man and Roy which j i I ind laid the foundatioti for their team's score of 300 far. 7 irtekeM by >lo: %  of play. Roy. playing his ftr&t game since he returned fit in Englaml, knocked up a tine 08 including 11 boundaries in 132 minutes, his innings being marred by a single chance when his score was 2 Normal! OQ the other hand got a chance I ess century and went on to score 100 including 21 boundaries in 207 minutes. He was missed on two occasions, but long after he hod passed bis century, second spell from the screed v -, t For Police. Morris was outHe bowled to Roy who cracked him .-landing behind the wicket, lakto the on boundary. Later Normg two catches and concerting man off drove Blackmail u, the only 9 extras while In the bowlboundary and then took a couple ing department, Brewster and to tine leg. Bradshaw each got 2 for 80 and Roy Marshall got 11 on* w law's next over, a need w leg, an on drive to the boundry and a classic cover drive hlch went up the hill for three. uow.~ M ..... ,v„ frwlTui. "i-.fS' SS I*?" !" * Norscteen end to Roy who collected !" nn ', 8Z ;. !" total wu then ISO a couple off the second but edged ">ade In Mo minutes, the next only to be dropped by i ot baUsmen continued lo atTaylor at second slip. He then tUi:k 'he bowling and got mns got a boundary through the slip* <|ickly with well plaood and played out the remainder. all over the field. The score s/sj Mullins bowled from the pavilnow 184, each batsman beim; Ul ion end and his over yielded three When the luncheon Interval wai llaalaB, This pair after playing ti ken with the total at 188 thasfl themselves in began to attack the two batsmen were still tog.-th< T rtr "inK .wwling with Roy doing the bulk R,, V „,., „ „_. „„„._ S* relmiinil r JM to Kl. %  %  %  1 w Wlrl. D M ii.iii/.n C DV.nD Milllnaum nOWl imi AKA1.Y-4I* H W B.. r NOKMAN MAIiSAI.L >e score at 114 and hi. over leldcd 11 including two nes, a cover drive and an on rive by Norman Marshall tin wits then 71 and RoyV 53. sviwi DftD v.vALVSJI i I.;I-(H .I>II %  ttm b h n.ihvtl r Thnrvr h BUchmwi %  rmi r Sir Mrtl-y to BlmmoMi D I l.i.. HniTlxm l> J Wlll.,ii>. %  .. gfeelvn c Mr A Wllllima B Sfr H^Wr I-. O Ilond .i.r 1*2. lor SM 1 for Til. S (or -T< • (Or .133 BOWIJNr. AN. O M | WIIIUIIIU IT I s HMdlry hurkma K.l.1,1 .. of wlHiala : l-J, 1—16; 3 nOWltNO ANALYSIS W Welch P 1 B K Ilrookr. U ] a Mr MrComv 10 3 4 If <• r Dill 1 S 19 MPARTAN ... ngaajmi CARLTON-ltf tnalRia K Miichlnnon b Itarrln E W Marih.ll c ltavrtH b Bowen H Id.tchirt-nn rSh Bowen I'ir •P PUsiim b Fhll|lp< K ;rcerddae not out l-wln. e K. W.lrou b Bowen AC. Brxrwrm e K Wnloolt b Bowen J W (JteenHae b Bowen K B. Warren c wkpr. iHayne>i r, stowsft V T Clarhe I b w h K Walcotl roh,n e i. r. M.m. b Phitlipr.ir Total HOWLING ANALYSIS n Fhuiii,, Wakvlt I Bowen HarrU I Walmti 'ond slip for ncad the i mafea Ui • boftppari in going to have io ngi.i ^.> u OOpa ... puli oil UM dOUMB, oj S/UUlilag bfle iv AfOrOUtn anu llaiiacudas, pioviunl inj ..*., ml i v m up top loan ud inaaan. LirpnailUI il enner one or Uie other ot U* ,.,...(.,. siying fiMi and UOssWoa aio DOVa %  HHrrnn* Mil Raines over Uie next inicv weeu> are goi .I.I.. HI IUI uie spectators. First Change 6 ,,;H Police wo* 94 and Norman K After Lunch On resumption. By I fnta? The'lXr ,, fS^S """P"", "" *"• %  * %  %  •" %  "' m bowtan 0 ||| hj "• h, d y ,nd ,ho d 111-innI,.ti..,. .V ._ ... . **' O rebounding i U a batiman The total l.M..k.n, ,.„ Bm i.r v",. Bradend ud h.d Ho, M..n.hli' ,,.,„:M i,,.' „ ^ h l J ,X""'" y L "' in *'"•'' L'tolu c,,, ,n ,. laUMU>AD MAI i'-iv v*181'l A %  '." %  % %  i U I II tflUISAI .< .n-. ..i .[-it DWnva asasBBi tnat me Mnauva % %  .,-.. ... M UM t LI .ut ui Utuies Maun is >.... .inad tuiee pracucu maicnes llua weeft aim m^ -I.I, OSBUBJ tomoiiuw DUM&lOgj ul Uie miuatic ^un ...^. i lai la believed to be quite a bit oeiow uie %  1MB, Mil UStJ .ue ^ ITUJ SlftUl ol imprOViag i-ioviuin^ mey aaop "i' n*u uaro pracuaina, raaami wio uiey oagaKM I"'-^ nsoaoiMoii loapa oj Novwtnoai aara. B.K.A. SfAGLS GUOD PKACriCb SIUJOT -aaV T aiL Saturday evening pracUcu shoot ol the U.K A took pUsvi ... Uie ': RUM Kange >esteidaj. BMPt UUUn| DS ut .loo, jon and ttOU yards. fcatU marksman was required >o me .> Norman Marshall, a cover drive and iinvc p.ist the iHiwler Norman MarabaU tu-kied from Brewsler to line leg for a i .'.0 went up after as many minutes play. Mullins came back on from the %  %  vHlon end and wnt dow c uUv i^^n^K sayjagjawqwy w ** *?*!** !" continued from the screpn end and Roy Marshall on drove him for a couple to make his score 30. Norman Marshall on drove Mullins for n couple and then cover drove lo the boundary to make his score 31 in" Brcwster foi ... boundaries in 207 II. King and who mode 70, 67. 41 itul 38 respectively. Wood and Kins; both had lively knocks A wood bowling pcrforimuuv f<>r College was given by J. WilliIhelr skipper, who rent down '.'7 ovan and captured two for 89. ft was only In the last mtnthat he was vlclouslv attacked by King who acored lxiiindarie.1 nit round the wicket. C. Smith. Mr. S. Headlev nnd C Blackman also took two wickets each. The Game Skipper Goddard won the toss century including 12 boundaries including 22 in 14(1 minutes. minutes Atkinson opened his ace p weignt with 120 lbs. while he allowed fl lbs. to Sunstroke. This race was over u mile, and it is noticeable that in his whole career Burn.. i wu.il> \„ races between this distance and 6 furlongs. He =houM therefore throw middle distance slock. In his pedigree in... k ; ood mixture of stayers and sprinters. Of course being b> bun a strong dose of stamina in the top hUf of h.-. ... i, v ginning with his dam Bon Mot the Bsajorlb of winners lo the i.'ttom line are made of spnuteis and middle distance horses, lion Mot herself won only one small race ami en being retired she became the dam of five winners, the best of which have been Hums hm.-elf and Prince Charles, both by Scottish Union Meanwhile the progeny of her sire. Beresford. have generally averaged %  stamina hguie of between a and 0 lurlongs. Then wc have Bon Mot's dam, Happy Climax who produced that sprinter of sprinters Panorama, although it must be said that his sire, Sir Cosmo, no doubt played a large part in endowing the speed for which this colt became so famous. NevcrUielew this is nothing to I* ashamed Ol and it certainly shows up the bottom half of Burns' pedigree in a very good light. AU in all Burns should definitely be an asset to breeding in the -' with Burning Bow. Pride of India, Head Worker, II already out here it looks as if wc are in for Wtura • '• %  > The accent however Is very ihe score mounted rapidly. Norcr drove him for three. man lifted one from Mullins to Proverbs cut one through the the overhead boundary and later slips from Byer and %  Mr. The score read 33B—7—3. L St Hill was quickly off thiark with a cover drive for three iff Bradshaw and went on to Roy pulled a short one from Byer by Bradshaw before he had scored. lo the long on boundary the ball eventually going to the .. e „ boundary. Marshall at the other Norman 5U end was despatchm* the ball freNo !" L, puUed one ,ron, B r „ ^\ r ^ "S^TS^Su'Si u. Ion, on (or .Ingle lo hi. on afl „ nl ^ hi hc on !" gg including lx boundaries alter ,„ 170 mlnu ,„ „,,„ „ ,.,> '£ being ut the wicket Tor 78 nun,| r | V e off Bvor utes Roy who was now 48 took With his score at 125 Marshall I single to long on off Byer to „ aV e a difficult chance to Farmer M-nd up Norman who pulled the Ht „„„,,. Hnd atf r .„iv, ass's* Skinner in taking the scorp •"sea P MA .. r h-_ _... H. Simmons and H. King .. placed Williams and Corbin but this did not slow the rate of rcoring When Wood was 44 the hnngo bowlers were C Smith and Mr Headley. He reached half century with a six of! Smith and went on to score 70 .._ by lams from the northern end. His total included eight fours and a six. The total was 96 for one when r Blrkatt partnered Edwards. 323 Thirty-six runs later Edwards in .vcpTievnv ... ^ wont ou to P ,a "^e second ball HIS EXCELLENCY the Govof Smith's twelfth over and was jsod ernor. accocnpanlad by Mr Hopstumped by wicket-keeper N. ^Sunstroke, and Ttma; some good creoles definitely on speed B.G. RACES 389 when slumps were drawn Skinn.r was 27 Including five boundaries boundary whin st. iini go. ono ?; n f!!. h S2 d we "! ""Jl." 0 ?^, n hi. Kore of 1. '," '"w.in """cleaned bowled 1 J Williams from the northc PICKWICK v. HARRISON COI.I.KC.K I'lrkulrh "' A ? C "'" %  '• K'nn,gton Oval H.rold K.^VnUea the brea* Roy Marshall soon not his 50 Brew.ter. 1} mntng i„ „iin,. s lh ,.„ U2 for two In Ihe last over iiielu-liiig live boundaries in 8J Proverbs after collecting a first day's play of Ihe Pickwick— before lea bowled bv Cammie minutes with a pull 10 leg for a number of singles, gloncl one Harrison College Flrsl Division Smith from the southern end couple off Mullln. from Blackman to the Dm le, match. Kidney was clea" bow'ed !" r blackman was given his first boundary and later placed on-' They m John Goddard. West seven B Innlss took Kldnev's ..pell fiom the pavilion end with from this bowler between firs! and Indies and Pickwick captain, batf On fur 18. i, ^ "If* B in ."** blc to "'joy a Broadcast of the race, from „^L".* vcr5, lon Interval The two important race, yesterday were the two-year-oliT Breeders' Slakes and the Owners and Tram", ers Trophy for Class A. „ 1J Br T' d f"' f ,,kM "Ot'ccd went to another filly by the good sire Mont Agel and one wonders If we have not seen the debut ol another Whllsun Folly Tfcjj l,„„. lu „lly ,s out of on. of Grenada's beat brood mares. None other than Brown Betty who has already thrown Brown Bread and Brown Boy. Her name Is Brown Itubv w".'i ^.r^J, '£' ^"V?, V h f, rd "I"'" wltn ulck "arch who was a cast off of *Ir. Frerl Bethel's, which no doubt he must now Tn£" !" m ,?u„ Q IC 1 Ma rc "' "'"" c From < o' Wedding Gift, ir I K. 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SUNDAY. OCTOBER S lS0 SUNDAY ADVOt \T>: PAGF. FIVE ATHLETIC MEETING REVIEWED T ASSOCIATION NEEDS ^^ %  m^^^ B ^^ M *^^^M * MORE SUPPORT ^ _^ >, L iL Last Week ii.. i m \ on GAM I I %  porti i.n.'iv n hew %  meet ins Held „t Kensington prowell al cricket duced a rather mixed bag ot re• do the same thing ... i suits. In the first place the sports ih Olympic were not well attended on the I utw n class B some vecv opemng day, which was a Bank promising riders The b*-M i Holiday, while on Thursday last thought ware M Tucker and things only went from bad to George Hm, who up to i worse. Throughout the day there not really sailed -ho question of must have been only half a dozen who In the better of the | spectators in the George Chalfar behind theni lenor Memorial Stand. In the and D Fills raid altho 'iiKtoji Staim there were more latter did not wn %  but this huge pavilion was nearly a* badly off wham the tint evem on the second day took plan However toward* closing unw must have been about half full ays knocking at the door. Of i %  uLit with (he %  tiUmmi :h.it M Tucker'* powess at cycling was %  Barbados M not unique in the large meaxure by the fact that he poor crowds which athletic meethas been for some yeatlngs draw. *nd although 1 have the local speed merchant seldom heard of a Trinidad meetmotor cycle. But what riding ;. ing being poorly attended, in im.tor-hlkc aboul UM |>ul will not help them In this. If the. up the good work I full) see them racing In the by next year. Class "A" Off Colour A it wa Number one reason for the poor attendance 1 should imagine was the absence of any substantial Intercolonial rivalry. We had a few cyclists from other colonies but no. runners at all. Number two was that at this time of the year people just do expect' not take athletics very seriously Consequently even among the local athletes there was not much competition. Number three 1 would put down .^ £?_* K>,? ? !" /" '"\ 'u spectator in the stands this would Whether It WM due ,* %  %  be my view But it is a factor condition*, which have which is well within the powe.s other visitors in .he past. I an, not of the local Athletic Association sure, but from report-, in the to remedy and I am pleased to Trinidad Press he is report that in at least one instance better than what wt saw of him during the course of the recent at Kensington. His repeated fall* meeting 1 noticed they got tough did suggest that he found diffiwith slackers at the start of an culty with the track event and one gentleman was left while still running up to the Ken Farnum seemed 1 i starting line. This acted imsla 'p on the first day and I undsar mediately with tonic-like effect stand he has lately got rid of ; %  making all competitors in other coldStuart meanwhile rode exevents turn up in double quick ceedingry well and if one examines rtw nMI ran. mil ID %  •* %  • %  •. ih. MM ..Id BUM -i"l %  i %  I %  hl^flM r.i* ,11-1 OIK. %  %  • %  ,.. issassg '* in*" Itlr (Hi n| Mlm ( %  it iTiai.i In h r youth ... trsa w-*.i What do you know about ENO? %  laesa % %  MM u. saasn *l me land tag* rrteS .mi hurray* Weekra .i-l Wali.-t .ll-a it %  H STUART defeating rariiuin in tin "Alter victory I Barbados Golf Team Invited To Trinidad :;.,. an tad lime. But that is not all. There are atill too many unauthorised persons strolling about the field nd especially in the vicinity of r? Ili' ? developed bad cold the niaht Andrew's with all travellin K and |d on the nr-M NM .md amwern Perhaps the finishing line for before Nevertheless evrrythlm: sn> the upplaiise with a close vletorv the cycliit could also be moved was shaping up wall tot %  > proper tiva to I na < ver Mickev Challerwir at the last s e " reason why It has to be finish between them in the nine trip tsgdoubtOdl; -s/tll brln near the Score Board. What is mile when a rider whose rung i hsj count, The summarv of th r matches wrong with the line where the flat I am not sure of went wide and In order to be at the top of In. In so doing simultaneously lei form when tintrj-OU) nutchea Stuart through on the Inside an are played brought down Tarnum on The outside. It was a most deflate an Inch of rain felt in a steady down BOur soakina the outfield At lunch :.me after an Inspection of the pich, u was %  nnounai; that the day's pla> would b abandoned —Healer events are started and finished? Growing More Popular Although the general attendant' was poor the same cannot be said of the actual cycle events, themselves. In fact since the sports Veterans Win Many of thorn who will ix when the n.tiring laanj part in the Bay ley Cup matches last Sunday and Monday, when tin experienced veterans over 40 defeated the broad-backed, hard Poor Riviilry Although the rivalry In the flat meeting earlier this year quite a events was sadly laekim: i number of new-comari have was no lack of keenness on the joined the ranks of the cyclist and part of the runners. A Blenman it is to the gentlemen In class B of Police was In fine fettle and he who we were most thankful for easily accounted fur the 100 and ' %  *?!!'.' %  %  !!* ""* %  "' '" having provided us with thrilling 210 yard sprinls. The small Arthur f ;! e u 1T P 0111 w l3 PolnU. races. This is borne out In the Cumherbatch won a slow mile but '"" margin of Victory arluaII;actual time llBures for the races displayed cool courage In keeping v >" lf '" In the which speak for themselves. In "P his pace when everybody else ,; fu %  "• the atrategy oj %  the two mile, thre* mile and five nd slowed down to a walk. Meantoptaini Colm Bayky and Will mile races the class B times were while O. Hill took both the Quarter A Kinaon ol OVEII 4U Vidmrr H Rorirn j I'Mrap a, .-i.., all better than those ot class A. an d half mile, and In the lalt In the three mile they also did p vent I thought he run a partlcubotter than the Intermediates larly good race I think too. that while in the mile. In which they hl eff 1" " mile, although %  were stUI Novices, they bettered "7'n experience, improved hir those ot Class A and the InterDis) mediates, I find this a good omen fm cycling In Barbados oh the wholt and I only hope that the boys wit keep up their enthusiasm. It u only by drawing on all sectloni of the community that any sport keep litter. If In the West Indies can hope an cIMT llpanwn reach international standards .wl| serve ,i n id in halting the points in the best-ball four ".dl meeting--. nd All Df their Aip players the burden ol lurrying trie entire load, pairing ihtm with Interior per!' | ,., i . COUld expect ,(1 # UtUa help, thus saving some o' Ihelr sitength for the bottom of It Is )usl this sort of thing whk h the team akes the Trinidad athlctei. ipeiior to us and if we had more I las plan seemed to be working tings 1 think our boys would H until Dorian Cole and Ted even < .lamm of the veterans carried hen, these mcetinfllglMncr ana] JotUBO lit useful ptnTMaM tii."<.' DIM.avtra bolai and then K A Ikwiamlfi H • II V K., I H V Kins D c .. .i. .O Cok> %  1'MIRH W .1 Chri.n.Miw I L-naami C Ba>lr) %  ind considerably. Conseq he was In much better shape he came to run In the half Challenor ('Ulrmoolr H loppin %  Ol K SAI.I. 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A UustM medicine for this purpose i* De Witt s fills They lam a cirsuws; and antisr-ptri a. lion on the kidneys. helpiDK to soothe lh.ni. tone thtffl up and reaSsre taeni to (uncbon naturally. There is a lone record Of success behind De Witt's Pills, which hase been relieving sufferers in many parts ol the world far over half a century. If yoa could lead even a few of the grateful ii-tters sent in by backache sufferers who have found relief after taking De Witts Pills you would r*aliir that your suffering may also be tasiaKessanr. Why not try rhsra for your uoabl? They may be |ust what you oeed. Go to four chemist and get a supply right sway. DE WITTS PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Troubles HABHADOS BnYS' CLUBS Three Prin-i will be given as follovts : ll MM : A FORD ANGI.IA 2nd Priae : RALEIGH 3 SPED OTCU 3rd Prize : SOUCX TUDOR WATCH In-awing lo take place not later than Nov. 30lh, 1*50 Auditors : FITZPATRICK GRAHAM A CO. 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PAGE SIX SINDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1M New Type Tunic For Policemen T ill POI H %  I U. T. MR-IK• %  %  I iory it is a unior work i '| %  • I I >li %  .11 Poaca In .1 kfU< r to ir Com i ion will in the U.K. on .iiid disembarked at aoutbwMton They wen met by n representative oi UBvttM] student Wflf-rr Department who arranged their hotel ac< ommodalion took an ii .oductory rourse to Britain offereu by ihc British Council. Also on th.> ran so otbei Co sO ol al from various part* of thi* i for one week and 111. I tided lectum on the "Bark%  i tin^i^ti Culture" md h people" van afterwards taken to place* of historical and cultural micro!. The course at Ilendon started on September 25 'T-vilE POLICEWOMEN have X about three more mom .. Bag* complete their Irai ing. NV\M\ ItM K \I.III1IS Buccaneer 9 Day Celebrated Bee Man At Home in SI S DAY \>j relRoy W nl of B nk H n iuB i>kh.*dav l '" c "i"y local druggist* itli i aof """"' H *_ w known locally — GIVE Mi: TUTAKA EVERY TIME! person* gathered at rrtei 1*4 tory groi ,-r' Day" is the dav set apar: f. i i The Sports were icld und. r the auspice* of Mr E Keith Wauof. MCP. and Mr. J H WiHtli: ,„. M P M>|.n-vntjtiv's of the l'.m*h in the Hotuc of Aftaenv. h vhich IT, l ares, irnile ra-t Sal race climbing II olf were .ill i %  '< il They wi-re %  .undent wh< n %  Sandttord % %  Ixvy of 10 years from the (Jarden. got an injury to his irfi foot when he wen: %  croet the race track at the cor. I the cycle events I '-' % %  to the Ceu1 vhera he was ..t* achod to various parts of I.I* %  When the "Advocate" visited me he was busy coiledv combs from hi" dozen hives, He waa using) rentier iDd even had his v in neck opened Roy was bundling (he bees as If they were thicken* end many could be seen rawllng over his face and hands In each hive there are from eight to ten frames but Roy cotlecte-* only H frames They were all Ailed with honey After removing the frames he placed them IT a l.ige box and look them to a shop where he keeps his honey extractor. The extractor ished and British Saanen Buck "Boxer" Arrives MttSE E="3n (he Blue Water lor Roy %  **! that he understood Terncsj daslriet of Kockley rt,h l %  inventad by a Grcently raided two hats. From that oian. He said that one day t ls of Mr. W. E AtkniMin tncy tool: German was walking the road a quantity of articles to the when he saw a little boy swlrgvalue of $142.61 but fortunately ing a basket which container a $125 worth of this stuff was repiece of honey-comb The Gcrcovered in a nearby cane field, man noticed that the honey was They also raided the flat of Mrs. leaving the basket through -.he %  Boxer* is by Haakon of Weald, at two milking*. Ilaakon ol who was imported by Ua? TrimWeald's llrst cost in England was dad Goat Society in 1946, two of (4BO.0O IIK daughters. Carlb Carnival and Boxcr'.s dam Peerless of A?Western Hose IV, have both given wjndunc gave II lbs 13 ozs, as a over 4,000 lbs of milk in their hist kidder first year; the average live weight The President of the H'dos Goal On Tuesday last for the arriv .1 lt these two goats is 140-1M lbs. Society has done everything nos oi the cricketers they were the.cfore these goats give their sible to assist in improving goal ape ci aUy pi. cod on duty at Traj^xiy weight in milk every eight (n Barbados, and gave much as fulgor Square to handle women aik3nt s> or a dairy cow to do the slstance in the Importation cf R. Wo'rme and took away a large fine spaces and this gave him : hiren in the crowd. same Ihing. she would have to 'Boxer." quantity of articles but They assisted many people, who yield 15 gallons of r..llk a day. "Boxer" is on service at Mi were recovered In the same canehud fainted, out of the crowd. Haakon of Weald has many flnl Clarence O'Neal's residence. En fMld O N "IHE FIRST Sunday In each kldders yielding 12 lbs In 24 hours merlon Fontabelle. Thp Bute* Bra making further month a large crowd turns till at-Queen's P.irk to hear the Police liand Conn rt. Some even wear special dresses and suits for the occasion Hv the kind permission of i ..limal B. T. Michelln. CommisBf Police, the Band will lay pt Queen's Park at 4.45 "'clock this evening. these idee of inventing the extractor l)ia THE Mini SHI III l %  "W> Imtiia Mowiky .... II Hiulm* Finnlr A ui. .< Ti|Mk. iamme is as follows: Ii Mai.n K.iher Rhine Lfeatta ... OsWssign from TftthalOodCrv llh 'vmph~n • !!•>.*•. DIICT I.II. Nan. Pjimlr*. SMd ut viw Irom "jU'Mfting H*autgSlIM i Valar Tii-tr. Jran SlU"|SI IjKl.iil. Suit* By Curtnv HnlU ('liaiiiiinr InlrnitriiD, Malih H.il-' is* T.. Herts II i" -" "io awrkl Sanloi. riUcP"' • lit To a wild ioa* MB t>—' %  I?I Hlapxxiy (UaVtMilC Firrdn. i H H %  *!" %  WI. Mu. —Hamlllon Ha. .. A lira-... .AlP .... BOUTS* HiiiikpllK AndAlligrD !> % %  i — Hymn* SSS mnt OOD SAVE THR KING T ill-: BlOim CINEMA has flvo shows arranged for Ihis %  i, Tlie first will be a private n Monday at the St. Almshousc. On Tuesday a performance will to gtvao at St. Stephen's School laslurv,St. Michael for the benefit of residents of the St. Stephen's district. One will be gl< Admiralt} Pailure. St Philip on Wednesday for rest dents of the six Roads area. t two performances for B will be at Warner's •I yard, Christ Church Oi Thxn i.-s and on Friday at Plantation vnrd. St Jamga. • rage l TH1B PIOTUKE of U shad at the BUM Stop la Trafalgar Bqaar when the W I cricketers arrived on Tussday. Galvanize %  tiaet* I baturad. The Weather TO-DAY .sun Rise-: 5.4$ Sun Sets: 5.47 p.m. Moon (New) Oetaber 11 Lighting: SOS p m High Waler: 1.03 SJB., I 52 p.m YKMTERDAY Rainfall (Codringtonl Total for Month lo YeaUrday: .18 baa. Temperature (Mln.) 75.5 F. tVInd Dlreetlon: ( a m > E, (11 ••mi IN! Wind Velocity 15 miles per SLUMP IN TLBS NINETY-ONE Rianasjhg r o-i Comvpnndv it PORT-OF-SPMN Singh New Goods In The Stores THERE was a real Saturdir look at the store of C. F Hai ieon at 11.li ,. m yei u,rd... There was a Christmas look 1 JO. in some ways. Counters woTt crowded in nearly every depo.:ment, and the female shoppers idexceeded ihe number of the mal M It seemtxi as if new lines of goods were on the shelves. On this side there were new looking coloured prints, and on that sl.ir equally new looking cloth foi men. Women were seen buying up oilskin or hnoleum for covering tables, for that, like cretonne, 1 a fast seller when Christmas drawing near. A big sleep-inviting* looking mattress was on a counter near the stairs at the north of the store. A walk up the stairs would put any adult back into UM time .f childhood, for In the To. TUTAKA \ TOOTAL for ,vhnt il though the demai article is far bclwhen he began Nowadays the galvanize pail within the reach of people w bought the lut> before u OBTSM like oUiers of his tr.i rinds Its difficult to mak meet. V l^partment mothers were buying -,r_S lhe k,nd of """I registered Christmas would Thirty six years ago, slxly-fuui year-old George Chase of Sobers Ijinc started to make tubs for j,„. i„ nr,!" *;,_ %  > _.„_,.,. £ "^t"""" 111 moww To-day he Is iUD at .he Job Klof $£S he i^erSl ?* k ! d of thi"^ without whict ,gh the demand for ,r • ( ,is 01st CoTvlcUon. Ha TEZB | ^Jtmas w ould be .ncompMc guilty of throwing missUcs Junior. M F urther across from the Inv department is the S.P.C.K Book during the two world Department, and here some appi.rv/ars he secured work as ft ently Intending buyers were takseamnn. During the first of ig quick look at the shelves -WONDER WHEELS N 3 Why Hercules is the finest bicycle built to-day if? 1 he best designers and nP g jttWTt l in the c>'ck mdusirv use the hncst m.iicrials 10 build your Hcrculct. liven the simlleM parts arc b^tttd many times and each Hercules hic>xlc is built separately. Add a brilliant linish of highct quality. anJ you ha-c thc reasons why Hercules is The Finest Bicycle Built I'o-dsy." Ileioiiles THE HfRCULIS CYClf 4 UCTOR COMPAH/ LTDt SIRWIhCHAM IN'.IAND SOID BY AIL LEADING DEALERS 2i T. GE0 )DtS GRANT LTD., BRIDGETOWN Now available NEW GIANT SIZE Extra Big! Extra Value!



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si NDAY. OCTOBEH 8, SINDAT ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN She began to draw at 3 W 'lil \ Margaret Baker aaa IkrH >iir began to fill her escrcise book* with llvel* diAHinBlu-d.it at II. Marram. lrm SireeiUni hw a ul.nl -Inch is rare end srertoas. Her mother ha. AM uil**ar- -tin the (jui.t rffrrtitr draw-no nf hoi*rAnd 'of* and balk l danrrrt whieh Margaret does m baa tbsu 0>r minutes. Vow tome of that work Ha$ been pubit. id II. baeee. atece M an urlilma; an. h or law •training Salaai dot. ahleh <• %  H.il'< thr iMd -.!* %  uid I In• In UrnxarUm Ilk H. The Priam* l.oui-* award al in. Bon I l>ralaa —ki. fhlldrrns I laibiuM Margarets arualk drirtopoirni ha* laied ekatarb*. % %  altar* al Inlanlllr paraKUv ,eauab*n ID a riding anldrni. and Hi. • m oUeaal Me* ef brr falhcr*i d. %  ,ii. t frees her talent. hr n an ordinao --II at .. li.-l .li.dk. • malhemallrv riding and thr ballrl *>hr Intn mi-art an* dap Here are eiampin •• net uv< — A British Diamond Jubilee (in Itkra %  laorrMU in Tnpluaf"" use (fauiliu 0/ llrtd Saftf**! rVaf won (Ac Royal Dritit-i o Society'* O-Hd .'for. Gardening Hints For Amateurs "€u..in|{ft" No garden is quit* complete without a sheltei fup ferns la >umr part of thr gaiden, generally locally termed a Fernery.' 1 This shelter may consist of a simple erection of palm leaves, to a stately house of stone pillars and lattice work, but while the grander fern-house may be more decorative, the ferns really do not I mind, and they often thrive as' well, indeed, sometimes better in %  the simple Fernery. The great thin* about a Fernery' is, not so much its construction as' its position and to have the con. %  dlUons within the Fernen A huh the ferns require. Position and Conditions A Fernery should always be' built in a sheltered position backing the wind with three sides, enclosed .md the fourth side open., or partially open, so that at some'; time of the day the ferncan getj some Indirect sun. Under their natural conditions, in caves, gullies, cracks and crevices of rocks, ferns will alway-. be found to thrive in moist damp, spots sheltered from excessive wind. These are the conditions therefore, that we must try to reproduce within the Fernery. If the ferns arc to feel at home aii'l thrive. Blocks of the local coral stone arranged in terraces around the sides, and grouped artistically down the centre of the Fernery serve the double purpose of stands for the potted ferns, and to keep up the necessary moisture. If they aro kept well watered, in time, these block stones will become entirely covered with tiny ferns. and so reproduce the natural conditions In the fernery, so desirable for the ferns. A small pool in the Fernery Is excellent too for providing a nice moist atmosphere This pool need not be an elaborate Hffair. A pen or tin basin, or half an Iron drum sunk In the ground and kept filled with water is all vou wont, but Million*must be kept in the water to prevent mosquitoes from breeding. Construction of the Fernery In building a Fern-house a good moderate type can be made by erecting stout posts, about ten feet high, spaced four feet apart on three sides, leaving the fourth side open. These potts can be mounted on a base of block stones, or driven into the ground, and It may be found necessary to have a couple down the centre too Across the top have stout laths to form a roof. The opening between the uprights can be filled In with lattice work, which can be bought ready made In two different lengths. For covering the roof crocus bags or a light vine answers well, as this breaks the full force of a heavy rain, and yet allows some of it to pene'rete to the ferns below. A cement floor to the Fernery Is Ideal, as It serves to keep out any creeping roots from surrounding trees, but Is not a necessity. :nd a hard well-rolled gravel or earth floor is good enough for most people. ttotlort decided tu creelf, /or ma own Miu^i.n Unduu EiprM Swvuw A General At Oxford , Su-inton, Fellow wi..^.**"*' "" ""' k t**mr, .., L c !" w s, "" in 1M ana nis academic career at S&HS* Prt l to !" of MiliUry Hunoi 7 --nearly an years later. Sir II, now c rrectlng proofs or his autobiography. Publication has been delayed because of his illness. The author used to write under the pen-nume of BacksigtilO?e-Luk-'0ie ,0ler Ch0n ed that to I should like to think he may change the title of his autobioifra£"* %  i, 1 y?. # mo "nt he calU it Over My Shoulder. db Who U Doi-ld Motheio, author of the novel—out this week— eallod The Mango on the Mang., Tree? He is titular Archbishop of Apamea. in Africa. And the book's title? It comes from his friend. T S Eliot: The %  potamiu can never reach The menoo on the monoo tree m Here is a poet with strong views on how autobiography should be written Stephen Spender says detailed accounts of early childhood irritate him. His own story. World Within World (being published next year! starts with his under graduate days. Admits the author"ft Is a catalogue of errors, among other things dfc When Peter Cheyney was in the Bahamas he got more then local colour for a new thriller. He collected a sun-stroko as wellBadly burned, he wee laid low for several days, took to reading novels from near-by library He was so fascinated by one—The Dark Light, by young American Bart Splcer—that he urged his London publishers to issue it here. They acted on his advice and already have another story by Splcer on the machines. go. And still they come. For Me '/' NEW HATS WILL GLOW WAYS to make women's hats glow brighter on a dull day were being worked out last night by eight scientists working among 1,000 test tubes uni] retorts. It was their first day at work in the world's most advanced research centra in Falrficld, Manchester. The scientists have moved in from a wooden hut at Leeds, set up by Britain's hat-makers temporary centre In IMS. Across a room packed with E2,000 worth of equipment at the new centre yesterday was 10-yearold Miss Ruth Wlthlngton, laboratory assistant. She stood before an electric hot-plate, a tray of sand, and a lu outsize test tubes to Juggle th C18H13N308S2NA2—dlsulphonated monazo compound. Her work may mean a longi lasting dye In new hata on sale next year In foreign markets. Eighteen-yaar-old Barbara Hodson operated an Instrument to test breaking strains and strengths of some of the fibres which make up an average trilby hat. She was seeking a way to make hats keep thchr shape and last longer. London Express Service. book about the last days of Hitler U.S. navy Captain Michael Muatnanno interviewed hundreds of Germans, including the one who used to cut the Fuerher's hair 1 am told that after rending Ten Days to Live—coming early next year—only the blindest fanatics will insist that Hitler still lives. That's one consolation anyway World Copyright Reserved —L.E.S. ...... ..; %  ,— ,. % %  -•.; %  >•.%  %  %  ,, %  g kiUt/tem mt/i FLIT rf // Ftit contains D. D.T FLIT IS AN (Hg) PRODUCT ONE of the Empire^ pioreer lands has issued a 2d. stamp with 80 years of adventure behind It. The stamp reiabrates the diamond jubilee of British rule in Southern Rhodesia, a country rich in gold and big game This land was brought into the Empire by Cecil Rhodes, who went to the grammar school -t Bishop's Stortrord Herts Rhodes dug diamond.*in Africa, and grew rich Then he led %  pioneer column which fought its way through savage tribes and built in* foundation of the colony which now bears his name. The stamp carries pictures of Queen Victoria, in whose reign Rhodes adventured, and the King. The issue will last only four months Perforation Is U .md the price, unused, is 4d-—L.JT.S. ; EM SM U i -. .f •eBferdai •an* rom i. quktly ' Rupert and the Castaway — tO Aiisi Koko haa whistled and daaiirrtd let a law minuus the bird MRIU on the wuw and loeka us issaaa n ily. V Grata—a. I M ge l thai bird knows whit he mtana. %  nd I can't understand i word." mutwu Rupert. While ha waKhaa. Koko m.k'. a loop m (be and of hu TOO* and ro m a it forwatd The haad Art* utiung, I %  V hub aeV ... bkd dam -xp and. i daid* nW iTwaid, as bjikwirda %  '( tha teat. Howtvat it mat amall aMatur* R all th>* Mrength ?" he ttiaa. I load rwi paddle and celb eai. bui Kokot.tt.n-t inewai t hiltlre-n s l.rllt-r Dear Children 1 know you are anxious to hear the results of the contest I gave you. Heath Darlington of Bawdens Boy's school St. Andrew. IBS carried off the Senior Prtzc t nd Elaine Parr is of Station Hill. St. Michael, gets first Prize In the Juniors and Betty Cumberbatch of Waterford. Road View. SI. Peter %  cond prize. Congratulations t> you. You may call for your prizes i Saturday October 14th Now you are all back at school id I hope you are ready to do some hard work, as 1 know for most of you this Is the term for promotion. Good Luck to you, and a very pleasant week-end. Yours very truly. Children's Editor arVn %  •.*. James F Wiltshire, 32 Hsdfleld St Lodge. British Guiana. Ago 37. Hobbit Dancing, Football, Cricket am Stamp i-ollecting Ianthe Skeote, Hlnkson Gep Baxter* R<(. St Michael age 14 wants Pen Pals between the ages of 15 and 17. Serene Skinner. BntlonN Cross Road, St Michael Waiin. Pen Pals in Trinidad and Grenada, between ihe ago* of sixteen and eighteen Boys and girls. Kea* it DANK attas SHADEINE Pa' minen I wathab I a %  ad -.i... All natural a>u.M>raara' raputaOar Aaa four (hambt to ofcBX MM (O' T" '•*" h-* Whoiesaiar. THF IH ATtTlTN(T ?OMMNT aa th^rc '..id "i.i A w& 1 inform bra The ageary aaal liHlnlig bch ef ukcra and racau are ended at the i. %  < touch oi D.D.D. I'rr.t i ipm -" I'hi. .Ir

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SUNDAY, IK mill It 8. Hit SUNDAY ADVOCATE %  \(.i: NINF. Now Whatever Became Of — ? Continuing his research into the stories of those names you remember . H in n\ \lll Wl< KSIII n 'I'm -f, here l l.k mrr a tfinl rrMtlv <.. mirk fr Hi itiiin Yes, The Rain Shines Bright On Loch Lomond Be guided O lo Mint t etus Now we'll go lo Spain and chair up that hoy chess champion who had all London talking in 1946. Tie wan 14. and his name was Arturo Pomar. Remember? He used lo play 20 game* at once with people twice his age. and when he lost his favourite set nf chessmen hi a taxi he hud half the people In town out looking for Ihcrii What does become of chess pnxilgirv' People who think it ian'1 be f.ood for a child to think so hard will be interested to know ihat others came to the same conclusion about Arturo. He was taken on* chess for two years, and bent to school. He Is back now on a part-time hosts, and this year he won the Spanish championship by a narrow margin. He studies at school V the hundreds of thousands of pictures which came out of the Second World War one seems ave lingered particularly in readers' memories It is the picture I am printing here. "The Man Who Wept was what many papers quite simply culled it. Who the man was no one knew. But as the picture went round the world early in 1941 this grief-stricken Frenchman—watching a march-past of disbanded regiments after Ihe capitulation—wrmed to symbolise for all Allied lountrles the suffering of France under her misfortune. The picture was taken in the streets of Marseilles. And there Jerome BsMotli -The Man Who Wept For FranceUU lives.. • He il In the textile business. He lives In a comfortable villa on the Boulevard gins. %  hates photographers. Well, it's WISH.kkl., tith Queen. God bless her. will fascinates me in lookru> pull a lever JI the lop of Loch around Loch gfca il not so much Lomond and immediately a great •>„ pylons striding off to Glasgow giant wUl start to work for Huoh monr | WM formated by 5ksfifitf vlfssMM don too possibly, because tie WiM *? "' w ' *P" *'" provide the velopment of hvdro-ele.ttlc power ^"JT *> Killd the next powe. In Scotland. It is something in u ** on t ., the pure realm of poetry -. "" ** h > f l,ne ou, * lAh There, after five *e*rs' work by Sloy, the men creating the new 2.200 men, the scene quietens and Theme gt Glen Shlra will have ten men per shift attend this great 'heir electric compressor n giant who has agreed to provide powered t- break up granite for our morning tea Sod our powerful aastmilation with cement to build machine tools another dan This is a thing that is difficult They will have their huts lightlo put Into language but let me eil They ill have their breakFor Ever The id unpmductivi fasts cook*!, all In a sidelin the great Lh Sloy, who Is mean while attending to his business oi atlng the arid and .it the i Hugh' He ililerness of Loeti Sloy and Ben instant creating the next puv>t-i Vorllch. by its sheer power in ful booster weight, will oparate for ever at Now look at these mightv no cost to give us amenities in our mountains and these desoliilicrowded cities ajvea. No human being could nSf 1 1J 11^"?*? '" nw %  "•** <* 1'ving hc-iva bouts. One light and heat Out of the barren vratch likes the |ol> well enough. but he reallv wants to be a farmer. So he has >ust bought some land and 900 sheep. l-ater he Is going in for calsje. "Farming is the life for me," he said. He has tried pretty well everything else. He was nine years at sea before joining the RAF. Hence "Sailor" Malaji And what on earth became pf Macon? You must remember the stuff. It was a cross between mutton and bacon and was going to make the British breakfast worth eating In war-time.. The Ministry of Food has had . man going through the Mies to find out Its fate for me He says It seems to nave vanished wlthou' trace, and if you ever tasted any of It you'll probably agree thai is the best thing that could have happened. L.E.8 flow. It will probablv mean that dirty deeds They marauded a ... there will be no domestic "peakthey plundered, and when life not too difficult, they came down to the bonnie. bonnie banks nf l^ch hour" worries in Glasgow And possibly, o life goes on abundantly, there will be no "peak-hour" troubles In Birmingham; but this Is only the beginning. The Babies This is only th r **M of lu; scheme* of Highland cljnnmg in I,.mmnl and rowed themselv little inland and stayed mill the sheriff relented |0 These Three But bark to the lorhside. . I the Scottish Nationalist hlch these Grampian Mountum movement will not be too deeph by their mere existence will work disturbed when I tell about the ""'.. ,u n wno dld *t all— a Scotatrui'i But big as this scheme Is. what fmm Cork ll.l.r '-' I' Heroic %  11, tails* than I am that U to say he is over six feet, he hi a line of features in his fact rather like Ben Vorllch, he cairn here five years ago with a hut t house two men. he has seen al this great development under hi g)aj 1 said to him "You must be proud man Hut. of course, a mai like ili.il dogs not know Neti pride is. He lives pride H. pride. nd then-fore he knows no. ihlnv about It. Ilia. Bet The second mime m t.'r Immense Scottish ner* k EM Edward MacCol) who %  u .tii tt a .. hem. but the tin, | which you and I •' forget is Tom Johnston I ssdd ui him. afiej back fium %  vte*, of theei luto moors 'An you nun •* %  With IODM mdiaTnaU torted: "I never nude a bet nu life %  But I said to him. "You a;, the chairman Of the Seotti Hydro-Electric ltt N >i.l And ..re also Uie chairman of t Scottish Tourist Bourd And tne degree m which the ra (alls on Scotland and drivei: tourists out. it drops its benev< lence upon the He agreed 1 said to him "Surely th^l Ihe aet slde-bel In Sci.HI 1 hlsteryrWonderful Eight inches of rain fell Loch Sloy lasl aiaafc Isll. and inches all tolti |fl |Q ,u,vs Warmth for Qlaogow, hot-watai bottles What a wonderful w.n 1 I i. live In near the bonnie. bonttM banks of IAKU LognoBd, afbss you take ihe high road and I take the low road, lutmrlln thriHigh Ben VorHeh ti ourselves With nine illlee. -I..F S A wuc mothci lets baby decide about the milk tor bottle feeds. Ij>rs of energy, steady gains, contented dsy*, peaceful nigha — these tell her what she mo-i wanu to knowbaby is doing splendidly on (Htenrulk. important additions n* aaade: Iron to enrich ihe blond lUgsr to modi' v ihe food for tiny digcitions — Vitamin I) to help build strong bones and teeth. CKtenndk is made by Gia*o I .abort) or m I.id., who, sirKC laot, hsvs been pioneers in ihe derelopmeni of the besi possible foods fot t>hiet. Way can motha pin ber faiih so fumly on Ostermitk %  Because, where braaat SSsdaag is difficult or Impossible it la tha perfact substitute lor mother's milk. OeiersaUk ii finest grade cow's milk, drisd nndcr tha moil hygienic condUhau. The protein, great body rrrlHsa. U soadt easily digmihle by eas ssssar drying process. And pntrmt IW/I im OSTERMILK h right For your frea copy ol illustrated Baby Book Phono 4475 More |r|>!r will fl llmu . %  I., triii... -nr* DJg. Exatcrta: II. .. %  >•.. i lliMin|| Doctors Get A Airliners Run Public Sandman No. 1 Warning "Like Buses'" He had to Happen in a City of Push-Button Whimsy NEW YORK. New York is the most unrelaxing city In the most unrelaxed country In the world. But the Americans never give up the fight against nervous tension. How can they? "Relax, relax, relax" is screamed at them the whole time. The word "relaxation" has come to mean the Joy of living. Moreover, if they cannot achieve this bliss by their own efforts (strangely enough, no one seems to have thought that lack of effort might be the easiest way), then it will have to be done by machine. And for the machine-made variety of relaxation there Is always a ready market among the people who are by now convinced that there is nothing that cannot ldone at the flick of a switch. Kelaxercising The Litest darling of the "We must be up to date even If it kills us" set is relaxercising. This is supposed both lo exercise and relax you in one operation. The qualified masseur who totes his infernal machine round to his clients, straps pads round your stomach, arms and legs, and then to a so gently intoned "Now this is going to case al> Mmse tensions out of your tern: make you feel nice and v proceeds to try to electrocute i Naturally it is a great sue ess. No. 1 Prize But the pm*> .or the biggest all-out effort in urtillclal relaxation must go to "The World's Only Sleep Shbw—Solves 1,001 Sleep Problems" and Its creator and director. Mr. Norman Dine known as Public Sandman No. 1. His two assistants are referred to us Public Sandmen No. 2 and No. 3. Dorothy Davenport, another helper, who sings restless babicto sleep lo order or will teach unmusical mothers how to do the Job themselves, has no sucn defined status. She is known *irnply as the Lullaby Lady. The Sleep Shop Is really just a department of a large Ironmongery stora situated in New York's Avenue of the Americans (lately Sixth Avenue). But, Insomnia coming next to ulcers as a national affliction, the project SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE HASTINGS. BARBADOS EXCELLENT Ct'ISINE FILLY STOCKED BAR KATES: $5.00 per Day upwards ilnrlualvr) Apply— Mrs W. S HOW ELI. has leaped far beyond the realms bf hot-water bottles snd kapok pillows. Do you suffer from a snoring spouse' 1 Mr. Dine will sell you any of three kinds of snore snuffer, the most popular of which Is an anti-snore ball, a device which, attached lo the back of a pyjama Jacket, stops the wearer from lying on his back by gently rolling him on to his silent side. You can buy (for Its. fid > a bottle of bath salts which arc guaranteed to induce pleasant dreams. A Lullaplne which "hums a constant droning tone U'etf— the Iron Curtaln'i 'ofihy thing toe i ea / uul control of and dispels -, relaxing pine fragrance." comes a little dearer —£10. Too tired to count your own sheep? Try a numbered sheep-rotator (£2. 15s.). Or perhaps you need to be hypnotised lefore you can sleep-so there's a gramophone record made by our old friend Ralph Slater to send you ofT (SOe.). There are special noise-absorbing curtains and three lineof Patent Tlr-stops for those who i .u-: have rnaiet. More subtle innovation Is aw illustrated card which pollteli and poetically pleads your case, %  :ii which is meant ib be presented to noisy neighbours For the bald-headed there are Carnan lleadwarmers; for the cold-feeteu electrically heated bed-socks. In a country where pettV annoyances like reading in bed constitute mental cruelly In n^mti of the divorce courts, Mr. Dine has dono everything possible to protect modern American marriages. The Slecv Shop's pride is the Juck Spratt Bed. This one costs {80. It is a double bed designed for couples with differing taste*. One half of the mattress Is firmer rtian the other side. To go witn >l there is a Jack Spratt Blanket lt20), which is warmer along one half. The CbMB-U Beside radio devotees can buy the Silent Radio, which has a connecting Magic Ear Piec e that goes under Ae pillow, and is, therefore, only audible to one oi Greatest boon of all—a biscuit. two in a bed. tailed Cheez-lt, which can't ieavi -umbs in the bed. There is also Robot Cigarette Holder which minimises the risk of the house catching fire because of careless smoking, and Beam Alarm, which, when pressed, yellblue murder and forces an intruder to flee in panic." Mr. Dine has not forgotten about the morning after. None of the Sleep Shop's alarm clocks merely ring bells at you. One awakens you to the music of a tinkling waits; another says politely, but firmly. "Wake up, please And yet, should all these gadget* leave you a slave to one kind of neurotics or another, you don't have to gnash your teeth. The Americana are sentimentalists. Says Mr. Dine: "Weeping Is easy and restful. Pent-up emotions should be healthfully released. Do not shamedly stifle them." So he will offer you his Heartbreak Pillow, a heart-shaped, waterproofed, qullted-satin cushion to cry on, for 28s. The Paradox There's that about the Americans. Mr. Irving Berlin's hcrot can sing about the benefits of %  Doing What Comes Naturally.' Mr. Dine and the rest of the arm? of gadgeteers are there to tak< over when that advice no longer works. —us. By CHAPMAN PINCHER While 30 people ar ill at Broxbourne, Herts, after eating hum. Britain'* medical officers of healiii are being warned of the danger Of "plague-size" epidemics ul : ood -poisoning. TTie doctors are told that isejaaj the rising number of caaea r inecked. outbreaks mrst be expected as serious and difficult Id icmrol as plague was 0O yearago. A medical inquiry has proved tat something far more serlout than odd instancea of "dirty" focd lies behind recent outbreak*. Ioutfhenrd Doctors have convincing evidence that the germs which aause food-poisoning have recently increased their virulence. They can now multiply within the i.uman body and so be passed from person to person. A few years .go these germs could not live in the human bod v. Pood tainted with them could poison people who ate U. hut the germs themselves were killed inside the body. Se epidemics of food-poisoning were not possible During ihe lasl eight years lh< germs have become tougher. Hundreds of people have unwittingly become carriers of ihe disease Doctors now say that these people,, ore a* dangeroui to the rest of us as carriers of typhoid The menace from carriers is increasing as more and more people get into the habit of eating in canteens and restaurants, where one carrier handling food can hy 1070 America's Internal (.irlines will be carrying mon int-r-clvy passengers than lbrailways will be. This is ih< ton-cast in a survey by the I'on of New York Authority who an responsible for New York's airports as well as docks. Between ,.? big cities in U.S A airssMn now fly wiih almost bus-service frequency. Competition between airline* and railways has been described as "cut-throat." Angry Airline companies are still iingry about a recent commercial r.ipidly spread infecUon. live Siep. The man mogf rcspafaTlble fui the realisation that food-poison lr.g Is a serious threat Is Dr. James Grant, Medical Officer of He-IU, for Gateshead. who carried out 'ii-* main Inquiry. He lists live steps which mu>i be taken uumvdiately if foodpolsonlng is to be controlled in time : — EEMOVAL of all carriers from catering establishments until they CU be treated and cured ACTION by the Health Ministry to compel doctors to report all eases of food-poisoning so that carriers can be tracked down GREATER insi.itcnc-e on peraonal cleanliness among all people handling food. STERILISATION of dried egg and all other foods likely to be contaminated with food-poisoning germs IMPROVED storage of food In ships, warehouses, and restaurants to keep il free from flies and vermin. -MS. broudea*l bv n nlrwt) which featured she sion ol m BU crush and "plugged" that it wej nlar tn travel by rail. The bsgget airlines now hove % %  • % %  • %  it-venue than mOBt of the iitllwuys have. Brili-..! I*roliis When Britten European Airwey, tot (heir Met of an Aingwed Amh.r II ii>i :.'.i. i %  i %  to make big profits. Chief ataaCUUve PMej .: Held estimates thai each Ami-i M>dor can aern %  potential pro • nf £22,000 a year fur the I'm poratlon, whereas Dakotai dntni the same work wou CM.0O0 a year each. BEA expect to take delh uf their first Ambassadors e next year l.niiiloti-J*itri\ They will il. on Ihe i Purls rout.' ..f-%  und aircraft proving flights With Ambassador) operate from London Alrporl instead of Nnrtholt, which scheduled lo return lo the RAF Note BKA lee* in the last Bnancla! yen. The deficit svea ftdwod i than half compared with I94RI49 and It is still .ii ; PUeei In Washington an airplane firm has designed a "Fleep on the Taylor .V i it Is a Jeep to which wings, fun age and propeller can be attache* to make II fly. Windmill The Hoya| Canadian Mounts! Police, who elreedy have ,i Heel of Airplanes, are mw inter* ted in hehei,|ilei> A |*tW C..n,.di.inbuilt % %  windrn.ll.pilarie" w a • 'iern'iiidratr.1 recently I %  %  afr officials —I. i: H. V.V.V.V.V.V.V.Vi PURINA I IMMVS For I'tmliifi IIIMII / i,..v/.,r* "SEE THE DIIFERENCE PURINA MAKES" .V.V.V.V.V.V.V.Wi HARRISONS BROAD ST WELDING BATTERY CHARGING MOTOR RErAIRS See . GORDON BOLDEN BARBADOS OARAOE IM Rorbutk St : DM 3111 llfiiu>mbfr ... PALE VELVET BEAUTY for your Hands! \ltlil V\ HAND LOTION to keep hands velvety soft, smooth and lovejy lookingleaves a non-sticky, invisible after film. CAMELLIA HAND CREAM richly emollient cream to help soften and whiten hands for use al bedtime. Made by Elizabeth Arden and sold at ... KNIGHTS LTD. Phoenix and City Pharmacy HIGH READY-MADE 'M. SCITS Pur. Iri.h .M.., ui ,l„.| UB |„ WBil .„, Cntm j^, ,, s,„., ,.,i CriM rMiMiiui t.bric ud the Suit. repnKnt • very hich clw of London tailoring. 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PACI I ICH1 SUNDAY AOVOCATI. SUNDAY, (KIHItllt BARBADOS^! ADV'OGITE f. 1 *M hr *# Ai*< Sunday. October S, 1950 I out isl Sr.isoi. AS winter approa c hes! in the northtn countries many persons will be Q ing whither Ihey can RO to escape the rigours of the climate. This is the season when the counti ies of the Tropsea look forward to theii tourist season and fur which they plan and prepare during the year. Barbados is not one of those countries which has either planned or prepared for the tourist season. During the past year nothing has been done by Government to give an incentive to those who might invest in the tOUrbrt industry. It ii to appreciate the shortsighted policy which has prevailed in the councils of the Government. His Excellency the Governor, himself drew attention to the tuui ist industry as one of the best hopes this island has in the field of secondary industries, but while the Governor may have pppysjotettd the importance to the island's economy of fostering such an industry, no pt has yet been made to encourage capital to invest in enterprises which serve that industry. Other countries and other islands of the Caribbean have gone to great lengths to attract visitors to their countries Even in the United Kingdom, everything has been done to encourage American visitors and to get the dollars which they will spend. Other islands of this area have enacted legislation to rtUtVi thfl burdens of taxation and to facilitate the importation of the necessary materials. Barbados alone has done nothing. An industry which can provide employment for many persons and can do much to raise the wage-earning capacity of labourers has been neglected by those whose duty it is to provide employment and to do all in their power to improve the lot of the people of Barbados. While Barbadians rely solely on the gifts of nature to bring tourists to these shores, other places are doing all in their power to provide, if necessary artificially. those amenities and comforts without which no tourist will be satisfied. In spite of the lack of initiative displayed, Barbados has done well this year. The stream of visitors from Venezuela has flowed steadily, bringing to the island a most welcome supply of dollars and thus giving to the economy a fillip which is sorely needed. If because of the number of tourists who have come here this year, the people of Barbados relax their efforts, the tourist industry will face poor prospects. Already the need for more hotel accommodation is being felt but no new hotels axe being built. Businessmen are unwilling to enter upon such a venture unless a certain security is given to them by which their investment will for some years be protected from the high rates of Barbadian income tax. These demands cannot be too unreasonable inasmuch as many other islands have seen fit to make similar provision. Even with the lack of assistance from Government, Barbadian businesses should be in a position to make certain improvements. In Broad Street there are several businesses which have not been redecorated for many years. More 'attractive exteriors together with better lighting and certain rearrangements would be an attraction and an inducement to tourists to enter and spend their money. If Government will not take the lead the business community should do what it can without the aid of the state. It is in their interest as well as in the interest of the island. In a country so densely populated as Barbados, it must be the constant aim of those in authority to seek by all means to supply employment and attract money to the island. A Government which fails to do so Is fading m :ts duty to the people. Nor should such a failure be excused because it is occasioned by the prejudices engendered by a rigid political ideology and an alien philosophy. Government and business must forthwith join their efTorts to secure the fruits of tourism for Barbados and its benefits for the people of the island. Primary Produce A GENERAL CRITICISM against the British Government in the past was that the interests of the West Indian Primary Producer had often been overlooked. It was this feeling which gave rise to the fomutioo uf the Federation f Primary Producers in the British Caribbean The first Annual General Meeting of the Council of the Federation was held in this island during last week and resulted in the passing of two reaolutioi %  oralc Committee; ind of a B.W.I. Trade CommiaSorvtoe in the United Kingdom. Tr,e meeting was held at H under the Chairmanship of Hon. R. L MKlifctraod of Jamaica and elected Mr. H D Verit) l the MM ;> Other eouaii were Dominica, Grenada, Si Lvcli Usfl Barbados The St Vincent representative .i>le through transport difficulties. to attend. It was raised at the meeting that in April the President f the Hoard of Trade ) had stated that "it is a cardinal feature of His Majesty's t lovei nment s policy i maximise trade with tin Commonwealth and to maintain and use Imperial Pri-fcr%  M and all other appropriate measures. At the iUM time vm are prepared, in concert with the other Commonwealth countues concernto\ t<> negotiate reductions of preference as well as changes in tariff in return lor tariff concessions which we eunsider to be of at least equal value' This was emphasised later when it was stated that no preferences would be negotiated without full consideration by Commonwealth countries concerned. In view therefore of the fact that the serious economic condition of these colonies and of the necessity for building up agriculture and industry in order to improve the standard of living and to relieve unemployment any possibility of reductions in preferences would be viewed with great alarm, inasmuch as these prefrn-r.e. | art already dangerously low. Theresultant resolution in asking that thete facts be taken into consideration also asked that no further reductions in the rate of Imperial Preferences be conceded by United Kingdom representatives at the Torquay Conference about General Agieement on Trade and Tariffs. The meeting passed another resolution emphasising the recommendation of the Closer Association Conference held at Montego Bay for the establishment of a Trade Commissioner Service in the United Kingdom. It was pointed out that the Governments of Jamaica and British Honduras had already made financial provision for such service and that Trinidad and the Windward Islands have agreed to participate. It was vitally necessary the preamble to the resolution stated for the maintenance and expansion of the overseas trade of the British Caribbean area and British Guiana, and to the safeguarding of the trading interests of the area at international and commonwealth conferences. The wording of the body of the resolution asked "that the Governments of Barbados, British Guiana and the Leeward Islands be respectfully requested to give the establishment of a regional Economic Committee and a Trade Commissioner Service in the United Kingdom their early and favourable consideration with a view to the provision of their share of the necessary funds as early as may be possible, in order that setting up these two urgently necessary organisations may be no longer delayed." The merit of the resolution asking Tor the establishment of a Trade Commissioner Bervloa will recommend itself to all West Indians who have given any consideration to the economic condition of these colonies and the early agreement by the various legisiatuies should not present any grave difficulty. Red Cross ONE result of the organised assistance to the people of Antigua after the recent hurricane is the realisation that there is no branch of the Red Cross in Barbados. In almost every other West Indian island not only individuals and Governments sent help but the assistance was channelled by the Red Cross whose larger organisation in the United States rendered invaluable aid. It is extremely fortunate that the people of this island have been spared the necessity of having to depend on such an organisation but we can never foresee the day when such contingency might arise. The time might come when such other organisations as we now have cannot function and the world wide organisation behind the Red Cross Society will be extremely useful to us. The functions of such a branch are varied and many and just as it is convenient to maintain a Branch of the St. John's Ambulance Brigade or as we did during the years * the war, the Volunteer Brigade, merely by private co-operation would be equally easy and convenient and more advantageous to maintain a local branch of the Red Cross Society. Worthwhile causes have never lacked champions nor laudable movements supporters in Barbados. The institution of a branch of the Red Cross Society would be a public service for which the people of this island,might have cause to be deeply r.iteful and it is work which should tind many ready and willing helpers today Sitting On The Fence IK vviii \ .\CII. (.i umvs Modern parents should play more silly games with thau children. I can still remember ttuenchantment of my own babyhood when my grandmother would git the cat al table with a bib round Its neck, and talk to kettles and pots and pans aa if they were people, saying things like: "Hurry up and ooil you naughty kettle. We want our tea," and "Stop spitting. Frying 1'an, it's rude." — Letter to an edit*. L ONG, long ago in day* gore by When I was only three, When candles flickered by the wall And pussies cam* to tea. My grandmamma wore caps of lace. Like all the nicest grans. And said "How do?" to cuffte pots, And talked to frying pant. The takes at table all had n.raes. And all of them could spe..k, And if 1 chose the creamy ciet The other cakes would squeak: 'Oli, please don't leave us on toe dish "Itecausc we're stale and plain, "We're good for little girls' insides "And never give them pain." When bedtime came I'd sa> goodnight To every pot and pan, The kettle bowed and said "Sleep well" (Assisted by my gran). The pussy cat would shake a paw. Her manners always nice. Tin iifl to bed m.self "To dream of milk and mice." Oh. happy days long, long ago. When unse If conscious grans Would talk with cats and ooffee pots. And rakct and frying pans. They never uuesaed that Uttle gills who listened to this hooey, Were thinking "Oh, poor grandmamma, "She's sweet. but .slightly screwey." Decline and Fall I T is reported that next Year's Income tax forms will be illustrated to show the victim* how their money goes. At the moment the Imaginative mind of Mr. Bloodsucker, the Income tax Inspector, Is probably working on little drawings of a grinning housewife whh a full shopping basket rt.iv to pay food subsidies), n grmnlng befiterrarlin with new dentures (hennn) arid a grinning conserlpt shaking Kind* with a grinning sergeant major (defence). • • • It would be BSfcVs amusing, and .would boost the morale nf the lower income gr ups. If Mr. B. decided on a come strip Illustrating the decline ..rid fall of the British aristocrat through high taxation. Like this: — Picture 1. Anc slral home of a duke. In the I Kik-llncd study the duke, wearing his coronet Is opening an income tax demand envelope while the old family butler hovers round his chair with a decanter Picture 2. The ancestral drawing room. The tkichess, wearing her coronet, is cr, lng on the sofa while Bloodsuck* r and his men roll up the carpel and tear family pictures from the valla. The proud and arrogant duke Is holding a perfumed lace handkerchief to his nose, indicating that the low-born Bloodsucker slinkThe old butler still hovers—b-it this time with a bottle of beer instead of a decanter. Already 'he duke Is cutting expenses. Pictiirr 3. The ancestral home has been sold and is now a home for aged, infirm, *nd probably imbecile. Ash porter The duke and duchess, both w siring l are leaving throegh the wrought iron gales in %  .irt drawn by a donkey. They havj no luggage hut a couple of bulgiiiit suitcases. The duchess weeps hi-terly while villagers jeer. Ptcfars 4. in two %  actions, on the left the duke, >-illl wearing his coronet, is in the benkruptey covet with the triumph int Rlnoruucker giving evidence. >n the right the duchess is bending over n washtub, still wearing her coronet and still weeping Ptclure I, As 1 e is a bankrupt the duke Is being slung out of his club In St. James s. The secretary points a Anger of scran at him, while the porter, who cannot hope for another Christmas box. smiles broadly as he opens the door to I ho .-trcct Picture fi The duke and duchess, still wearing coronets, are seTllng matches In the street. But who is this benevolent egg-head leaning out of a ehaufteur-driven liroousihe otferiiiK a penny? The duke's first customer In his new vnt.i" ia his fmihful old family butler, now appointed chief executive of a Nationalised industry pattlv because he is too old and stupid to cause trouble, but chiefly because he know nothing about the industry. Number, Please "pMK loss of Post Office women JL telephone operators in' the London grel through marriage Is .ilmost twice as high as it is outside the Industry," said an official of the G.P.O. This may be because the girl at the exchange, with her quiet, calm, cultivated voice, is more experienced than most women in dealing gently but (Irmly with men m a temper. JVumbofi. please. I gave you the number half an hour ago. Are you quayte sure? Of course I'm sore. Do you think I don't know what I'm doing? Buf Ay was not here half an hour ago. Oh you Weren't, weren't you? Powdering your noso, or having a cup of tea instead of sticking to the Job, I suppose? Like most of the idle, useless people employed by the Government. Ay'v only fust come on duly. Well, then it was somebody else. Ay'm afraid so. And don't answer me back. I haven't all day to waste. Numnah, please. I say. You've got a smashing voice. So refined, too. Nwibah. pleas? Never mind about the number. If we had tplcvised telephones I could see what you were like. If you uHlf repeat the numnah Ay irtlf clianae fhe laimc. Listen sweetheart. I don't need television. Sometimes you can tell what a girl's like by her voice. .. Press button A, caller, and speak when you hear your correspondent. 1 don't want the number now. By your husky contralto voice I'd say you're dark and sultry, with a dead white akin and a kind of slumberous look. Press button B, caller, to regain your money. Look here, I'm 28, unmarried, fair, fond of music, and 5ft. lllns. tail When's your night off? Do you u*f*h to speak to (he siiperi'lsor? • • • Look, sweetheart, I work quite near your exchange. In the same street I shall be outside my omec, number 203, at 6 p.m. on Prldav Don't forget . number 203. // pou will repeat fhe numbah Ay i, if! keep the date. —L.ES. Ollt READERS SAY i Public ummm The Editor. The Advocate SIR.—Allow me to thank you for the compliment paid me by printing my letter of the 27th ultimo on the problems of Ihe prpposed Public Utilities. Board twice in your newspaper; Once overJy name and again this mOrnlng evei the initials L.E.S The advantage is of course that It makes his point clear. If*L E.S. would say whether he has ever felt or said to himself or anyone else that he would Ilk* to Improve the lot of his employees, but the Competent Authority fixes his profit, that w. old be the great point at Issue .,nd would help us all. I have an llea he has. I opine that L E.S la a prominent member of the Wholesale and Retail Shopkeepers* Associations and of everything els* that would give him bargaining power and protection, while not a single one of his employees It a member of the Workers' or any other Union, not even the "Se:iril A i fear ea> cept perhaps the Competent or Price Control Authority who. presumably, fixes both his selling and buying prices, but not his quantities or bis collective profit. In the case of I..E 5 the prlcellxlngls reallv In reverse and. provided the differential W In order. •i meagre profit would be based OH the wage.' kr.own to be paid, and under our unfortunate cir-' i umstanecs. unltketo to be altered. If L.E.S. will supply such data as prices. Quantities and wages, I shall do my best to help him whether or not he lives, moves. does hU business or has his being In my constituency. I shall not do like Mr A E. Taylor and demand that he disclose himself, but if lit process there should be any pricking of the conscience he may iust sign the next letter LSD Permit me to thank Mr. R. E. Bmythies for his prompt reply to my previous letter, no doubt he realised the difficulties we are up against when he wrote "I believe It Is necessary to keep the two things sSperatCL hlthough they are connected at le;i cannot now decide If this oversym nil ties the matter or merely %  i if. but I hop.' be is eflbtei and accept*, a Beat on the Board; perhaps be will then pre% %  %  S A N T O N WATER HEATERS III.KICK in S. 12. .10 S 411 |>ak. HAIR DRESSING EQUIPMENT IfallOM A S iiii rim AI IH;IT. RECEIVED IN OUR WOOLLEN DEPT. A sin.ill Shipment of • ALL WOOL BLANKETS She Mx W" at $8.32 each in the following Colours:— ROSE, PINK, SAGE, SKY, SAXE, CAMEL and PEACH — Also — WHITNEY ALL WOOL WHITE BLANKETS Size 60" x 80" at $7.20 each SECURE YOURS NOW FROM Da COSTA & (., Ltd. DRY GOODS DEFT. Lunch To the Editor. The Advocate, SIR,—The need for bette: .iccor.imodation for the school boys at Harri5ion College Is lour overdue, when one reads of th;iiitlquated *>stem of these boy hiving to sit oa stones, on tret roots, and on eerpenters" work lynches, so as So. eat their lunch In comfort.• When I was. employed at the laboratory a few years ago, thisome svm was adopted by son %  of tbe old boys at the Colles .if •• rim.marches cm. and then is mui-h talk of progress, surel u eftuiige is necessary. With Ihe scarcity of drlnldr %  '%  *vs from the seller's csrt, i woulel gate to make a suggestlo: Lfaaf earn boy bring his own gla.from home. I think that thb would save n portion of the rush which is un nec ess a ry. We must appreciate those wh for maav yean, and who th boys have found favour with, bm better accommodation Is I. E. 3. I Kite I am hoping to see a cban.u for the tn-fter art.urn) that Academy, as it is long overdue. L. H rt ARKE Tu.1.11 Itridge. St. Michael



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PACK TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, OCTOBER i, l*M Fourth W.I. Conference \BlueDiamond Why no i tjy Making Meets In Curacao Brings S28,000 Next Month PORT-OF-SPA1N, Ocl 7. THK Went UldUB Con fa rWWi lirsl international Conference in which inert was direct participation by representatives ol non-self-governing areas, will med for its Fourth Session in Curacao. Netherlands West Indies, on November 27th. Federation \\ ill Be Set Back %  **£ %  % %  ol the rTsncb in^MiitntoU, and b ....... ..........-..as aua United SHUT. tnmeBFsas ..ill UIMUU use p jiuesn* of UM area umu ti id, ween the ii.ee.mg evptviea Ui end on n.i uucuvMon.. urtU atonl cfnefly witb ii i i the Tbira B< t .. rsBasg dealt Mim .,luatnal problems tan uinferenet II l44 by 111* Anglo-A:.. bbean Com mission. pi ovule J system of regular eotisultatior, *iIS local repiesenieUvee on mgrters of common liitemi. e^peeiallj those having social Ukl MCinomk si|_ Two CHlle.l States territories ^Puerto Hwu and the Virgu Islands i and eight linlui. • British Guiana. Britlsn Honduras, J-iii.il> s, Uv .trds, Trinidad. Wimi wards J were represented at the First Conferenci at Barbar 1 • in 1944. With th* adhered'' ol France and lb Neth?rlai to the Carlbbeai Co ..mi**!the Second Confer <-uee at SI .'homa* in the U.S Virgin Islands In 1940 had representatives also of Martinique, Guadeloi.;-e. French Gular, i Surinam and Curacao Each terrttor> is entitled to send two iiHegetft, and as many advlsm .1 gsatstden necessary. Members ol the Caribbean Commission and Metropolitan advisers may also attend The Commission msy also Invite observers, B nly Ihe delegat LOMDOM A hKte a*tieud from n American mystery box" brought I2S.0M „l a public suction London Th* blue diamond bewildered the expert! Specialists cuu'd not believe what they saw They examined ii over and over again to ivertaln 1/ it natural colour was really blue. Then Mrs. Patricia HeriotMaitUnd of Errol, Scot I and. who offered the diamond for sale, revealed Its story. The blue diamond, a big stone in the shape of a long oval, was part of a eollecUon gathered by her great uncle, Louis Winan* He was a wealthy Airier cast and a bachelor A Brighton. England dealer found diamond}, for him, getting them from all over the world. The .olleetton took near v 50 years to build up and consisted of more than two dozen stones • .r ilun Oil IBMMXHlim I PORT-OF SPAIN, Mr. Quintln O'Connor, Secre tan ui the Foderaicd Woskers* ;on, and also one of the -." successful candidate*, at flat .scent general elections, con testing the Purt-of-Spaln Xas sees, said in a rooms uroedcast i S,..un. that if Tnm.ad's new Constitution fel's -ederalion of the West Indies kill receive a set back. Contlnung he said: "We are on the • eshold of a great change m i is Colony. The next live years ..II meaa whether this ssnell .. .Vtst Indian nation will survive death he had deposited three i perish. The political BiUaaluio m y s tery bones" with his hankwll be ca watched with era. directing that Mrs. Herlot%  aied breath by large numbers Maltland. her mother and hei f the people of this Colony ana %  sister should each receive one On '. -i Indies; and even t&oac' opening them they found that they vho show no interest in politics, contained the diamond! esult of the next five years i Winans" collection 1928 Louts Wtnsm died Just then from affect them." Said Mrs Herlot-Maltlsnd V.D. Specialist "The blue diamond was one of the several stones In my box. but because It was too small to %  - as a brooch and too big far a ring I put rt away and never bothered much about it. Lately my sorts .„. has been selling off our diamond i>t Dr Donald R nd wnI lnul OB * didn't think worth more than about PROFITEER FINED %480 I i. „ Own porr*itoiiiti PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oliver Grasette, a Port-of Spain market vendor, was recently fined $4go tor tailless lin He Blended guilty of asUmg on* pound of beef for N cents. M-.te.id ( 4B cents. "You c;in't io that and gel away with it all the lime", .mi the Maglsti ii<;, -'.hen he sentenced him to six nonths' hard labour. A wnlie %  BB*. however, Mr. Acton Brown ilarrister-st-Law, asked the to Impose a fine on IrHzetto, as he had a wife and sot %  hiltlren. s of the territories hove the right to vote. They meet was transferred here as s mad. under the chairmanship of thel eal officer Grade B. Yaws Conu\J Co-Ob airman of the national sec-1 "nicer He also acted on several tlon <•' the Caribbean Commission I occasions ss Grenada Surgeon In whose territorv the Conference I Specialist. In 1948. Dr. Gentle Is being held The Chairman I visited Trinidad and uiiderwen Of the Curacao Conference will ac-1 •• short course In V.D control eardinglv be His Facellency, methods at the Ca rlhk ii ii Medlafr. Charles H. Dsubanton. Weth• Cenk* erlands r-o-Oulrmsn. 3 Months Before Whi.' trie Conference itself makes (he r>nal decision on the NBdenti of its agenda, n provisional .1. rid* 1*4)1 eiiared in advance and .u.jlalgV 1" all interested parfle by the Carribuean ComeMsSlon tlM-ec-months l)efore the Centcre. .e Jsjfcns It was felt that iht SecuTSI Conference at St. Thom.1, arterripted to deal with a wider rniige of subjects than could be adequately discussed In the three weffa IBM meeting lasted or than could Weffcctively dealt with by the perQeipating government* In the imaBlr interval between Conferences.Wltile mating provision for general discussion on all raatteri dealt with at the last Conference In connection with consideration of the Secretary General's report. the provisional agenda for the coming Conference has. as at Guadeloupe, highlighted a single topic. The Agricultural Problem* of the Caribbean. It Is expected that the Conference will concentrate on the development of thli theme and discuss other matters ir relation to it. Agriculture The Conference itself decide upon the ilnal agenda far thi meeting, but to assist the delegate: a provisional agenda has beer drswn up. In this It is suggested that the agricultural problems be considered under the following heads: 1. The importance of agriculture in Caribbc.ni economy with reference to the worlc market 2 Farm Management: (I) Soil Conservation and Fertility. (11) Water Control. (DU Animal Husbandry. (lv) Types of Farming. 3 Rural Welfare(i) Land Tenure. (ii) Land Settlement. (nil Rural Housing, Including amenities and Potable Water Supply (lv) Extension Services. (vi General Rural Education. (W) Co-operation 1 Our 0n CcrrrtfMMMMntPOHT-OF-SPA1N. Dr G UK. Gentle, ef arena.! bus been appointed to act as J.D, -pociuiisi, in pli Muggins. Dr. Gentle took up the. post with the Trinidad Govern900" merit shortly after his arrival ;n %  * Hertot-Maltland added Trinidad Before coming to'ths; it would be no use for burTrinidad. I>r Gentle was a *tars earning to her home. "" officer in Grenada. a^|ute Jheee aw Peace Instead Of USED TO DREAD WORK Threatening War? If. JUHK COHDO.V W HERE ui UM foreign policy to ipiing upon us and devour us. at Mr. B*vm leading u ? To Thoy are epreading acrou Ihe Never Heard Of Western Union LONDON. A public opinion poll hem in Britain nas disclosed uiat 4. per cent of the people sjuissed nso not beard or reeo about tne pmn to form a union ol tne western •wrupean nations. The quiz was held under the auspice^ oi tne European Movein ii Eu r op e an coimiries. The chairman of tne intcrnaUonal council of Use movement. Pegu Htnn Spaak of atelgiuin, • %  > nounclng tne i ••suits in Lea, e on. said that the British survey revealed a deplorable state at BOGUS 110 NOTES Iruin Our Own Carrwevnesnt> PORT-OF-SPAHV. Bogus 110 notes are reported to be back in circulation i'ort-of-Spain. The police are v. -tiK.it INK a few which had "%  -n tendered a few days igo. rhe most recent note uttered was' !" T atesd by the police In Wood( ^" ,. ,. rook. The old method of print^S ..^iTv .g the flpire -10" over a worn gf £113' ut $2 is being adopted. The public Is warned to be en the >iokout. Tne survey was begun early this year and was completed snortly before the outbreak of the wer m Korea, ssetweem i,suo na 3,aO0 people were quixassl an s country. The results have been computed so as to present s true cross-section of pepulauon FLOUR COSTS MORE -im Our Own Crr-.por.dsnl. PORT-OF-SPA1N. Mr. A A. Douglas, Acting c ntroi ei of Imports and Exports In Port-of-Spain, said lress Conference, that thi The result showed that a majority of the people of the 12 countries favoured some form European union, while a large number had not made up tneu It was Indicated at apaak's conference met 2t per sens, had not heard 01 the European Union plan first made aware of the in the course of the interview with their interrogators. Only a few persons, rarely ceoding 10 per cent, were opposed to the idea. After answering varloua %  ubsldl•iry questions. 82 per cent of the people thought that European Union would be good for them greater risk of war or to a richer soothing of international rancours the innamisigj of ihem ? To a ater risk of war or to a richer prospect of peace ? These are question* upon which hang Ihe lives of millions TWO vital decisions have been akon in ths last furuiight. (1) Mr. Bevtn and hla fellow oreign Ministers have agreed on uli-lf of their Governments (hat %  iv attack made upon Western ermany will automatically bring <2> Mr. tsevin aad his colleagues at home have begun ths rearming ol Britain The Only Steps? Now there is a good caselo be made for both decis.ons. Thej seem to promise greater M-curtta Urns when we are not leeling too secure. They seem loglei. ano proper steps to take But are they ths only steps e can take ? Are they even the est steps? IS it possible that we are being misled mio accepting rearmaameni as the only possible policy likely to prevent war For, of course, it isn't. Indeed. If we come to consider II the only policy open to us. then we may well find our.'Wes In an even more dangerous tuation than we an in at present Rearming is as liable to bring grimmer Insecurity as it Is to give iu greater security It will not • Hay international tension. On the contrary, It will almost certainly increase-it Wild Talking There are already far too many people on both sides of the Atlantic talking wildly about ukingj the Initiative in opening the war they regard as inevitabls by throwing atom bombs on Russia. And there are probably just as many wild men in Russia talking similarly about us. As rearmament hots up r, ii: national tssBBssmture. that sort of tslk will spread and develop As it spreads, cool, d; thinking will eeeosne h acceptable And the come when one side will be forced Into a l decision. TUat is how COULD a better British policy i found? And what should it be? measure of learmamenl for defence certainly, for we must at all times be able to beat off sudden attack. Certainly, too, some effort must be nude to make the countries of Western Europe much more able —and willing 1 —u> defend themselves than they are to-day But the very foundation of ou policy should surely be a bold. energetic, ceaseless campaign restore amity and understanding between the snarling nations. For that Is fsr more important than rearmament. To racily Them islng of the. Canadian dollar 1 1P na &l f 1 **" 5*" 1 ,t,uu hl vouid mean an increase in the ,! would •* **rds preserving andad coat of flour In Trinidad P 0 *He felt that if the value of the : II wa pointed out to the peo< J-ingdlan dollar as against the • lle QUesUoned that s European pound sterling weast over the it figure, or goes on ferity American miouni of increase "•uid be sustained. dollar, the in subsidy Si snd Ii day M or another %  ild. insane ivars begin. %  •tern world the story that she has armies vaster than the world ash ever known before. That she ready to hurl at us a staggering strength in war machines. They declare that she plans the nsilitiiry conquest of the world. t of that propaganda will prm to be nonsense when sanity .-etuis to us. There is very little rvidence that Hussia has any desire to conquer the world in a military sense. Stalin* theeire Only last week Mr. Averell Haranu.il, of America whose know.eoge of Russia and Stalin is probably greater and more Intl%  nate than that of any other man -'• %  > mg a part in Western diplonacy to-day, expressed his strong ioubts that Stalin desired or %  mil start a world war. No doubt Russia's leaders wash riiently to spread Conimununn toss the world. But that cannot M done by force of arms. And whatever effective counter Jit re may be to Communism, it is ei 'ainly not rearmament either m v or on the Continent. Housing. ficaper living, lass burdensome -axation, a wider spreading of i;i|>p*nesa would be much more 'ectlve. I'Ufc danger of war lies in the laet that the Rugalans are in a isate of terror. There is plenty of evidence to itietify the assertion that they do lOt ..m war, and that they fear way For they know well enough .hat their punishment In war A-oiaW be terrible. It u that fear which is forcing Mem into wild decisions, unrea%  •(iiing decisions. W* would be a wiser people if we made our policy lie removing of that fear lether man relying merely on rearms. asm Of course. It would be absurd to underestimate the task of (liapeUing such fear. The Russian mind LI .""SS". 0 "" '•/ %  to "' stand. The terror fixation is flrm'y implanted To i Irult, Union would mean that the freer trade would enable some of the industries in their countries to expand, while others, unable to stand up to increased competition, would be obliged to close down Asked whether in view of this ihey favoured a union. 48 per cent %  aid they were at favour. 21 per '-enl were against, and 36 percent were undecided. In answer to this question the people quizzed In Britain Our danger lies in the growing antagonisms between nations. •urely it should be our overruling K iicv as a nation to smooth di Dee antagjssseagqg. To smooth 'them down—ee human endeavour can surely do if that is made its purpose—to the point when they me finally swept away. Yet with every atap we takt increase our strength, wa teik more and more of war, and lees and less of the preservation o peace, last that rather foolish? Far toe many people to-day re! ard war ae inevitable. And unDiiunately far too many of Uv leaders on both sides of the Atlantic encourage Ihem in that 4 Agricultural Credit V Marketing Problems N Agricultural Labour and Mechanisation. 1 Agricultural Research. On the suggestion of the Third iesaio'i of the Conference ••pers in these fields have been 1 \KI IIS OF III II IIIM. BIMRS • X II . tie. ra Ii J... g, CMKr . Me. gawk n I i II ihiWai .. lie. .. lUhrea lie. .. leiiMe lag. Me. egg* AU r M m „ raelaejl i ....... ,| I'....„,. Ill Tagai iSfcaai niptgg,. "iiMi.n < (IMHIMII WITH STBI \I;TH IS Ik* Orator %  < the Day! HOW TO III ILD WITH THEM It lit KM II BLOCK IN WATER FOR A PEW MJNITIH itkla U agarMlgl) .' DO NOT FILL HOLLOW PAIT8 I -I -, MORTAR ON TOr SIRI ACT. AND UDU A DWINlla BCONOMT ITMUMllS HI MORTAR MIDI LD BB — I part Omenl: i paru Line: 4 paru Iggal — Mix Ugae mm4 Rand Real Ihen Cement. AT llll> I.I I I I Mil AND LEVEL MB" riBll ihese In.u.rllon. and yap will kavr a ~1 la* KONOMV IN LABOUR will Surprise you. HSU OUK BLOCKS and you will like Ihem. they are Simple, yet Petfecl IMI<:IM (ell you Friends. We have hundreds of SgtUdUd Cuatomers. TKSTS IN MIAMI HAVE SHOWN that Concrete Bloek Building nrllhstood Hurricane Damage better than any other type of Building. J^* S 7 would ui^n€im*m m Vmil la our Factory HUBBUCKS PERMANENT Throughout the globe from the tropics to the froxen North, miBRlTK'S PKRMANENT CHKKN PAINT enjoys a high repuutlon for its west herresistlni, qualities and reliability under the most lestlng climatic conditions. Al home a*Tti) abmad it is daily provisig itself, in n thousand different ways, flic most durable of all H Lost Ihe Pains he hIs Arms He wonder ibis man 4reeded Kolag to work, for rheumatic sains la his arms mads it torture *o DM them Vst to-day he feels .liter than ever snd work la a >leasore, aa be Mils la hla latter : "1 had been soffertmi fross rheumatism very badly and had mcta pains la my arms I scarcely kaew hoe to use them. Then I was told to try Kroachsn Halts. and after aetng one bottle I fonnd raUef. 8o. of coarse. I have kept on with It. asa now thoroughly better and have never flt so fit for years I osed to feel miserable and sluggish, bat now It is S pleaanre to work Instsa*. of a dread/ -B.B Ths pains save euffnaas of rheumatism are aeanliv caaseo by deposlU of exoees ortc acid In the muscles sad Joints Kruschen stimulates ths kidneys and other Intestlaal organs lo regular healthy action so that all ths %  icses seta sold la expeiud tlirough the natural channel* whSS) that goes, aches and pains go too. rreshnesa and vlgoar x't restored. 1; roe are troubled with rhao-iati"i give Kruscban a trial i r*'f Too can get It frosB ..< I'I r.iBis and Stores. Aoentt—FRANK B. ARMSTRONG LTD -. ovx V OOOOOCe '*v*-.vw*'; ,;','.'*'*'s*'+t*i l r**%rmrmm*m0* ClMocHi.t dreii-ncM Mrslcti %  uri tair, mo.arnsr* /•* %  % %  >'• lanray m pUca Can **** . (Ofi-an*-! . B-O.Kt *• UWy Sasp yau aomo wK-Hl ut IWBJ tacr. IK, mnumi • vsrtaty of lastoplasjt %  II AID DtliSlNGl Weil soon have lhat better rotses ASIATIC OINTMINT > luUlitn .iin Bilnnsus need ths iJuOilin te*sd> of (•cnnolsne Ornnneai. It re> IUVM iirKMiun. Mibduci (nAanenwua and atvas aaseatuua ejawst ihe esny oi harmful Sacxni You will aad. too, dkat Gcrnolenc dnwi eut din Snan cess, slstsaions, bUsrera and •oras sod n ia i taatei the growth of are aata. Kesa a of Geraaokne hirdy for nssOj an. FOR SSOTa, MtHU. MMNS \ IRKIMTIfWS, ISRiSIONS GFkA1t)l.F.\'F. *>0ies al a Ivucii—itt^ts ia rrcorrf him. When PAIN strikes • remember Phensic! The sooner you take Phensic, the sooner you'll feel better, for Phensic's quick, safe action will bring relief, lift away pain-caused fatigue, and remove weariness in a matter of minutes. Phensic neither harms the heart, nor upsets the stomach. Be prepared for pain — keep a supply of Phensic handy. Phensic for quick, safe relief FROM HEADACHES,RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS CHILLS mm you fay Toothpaste ... READ THESE FACTS ^Fresher Breath! Try New LISTERINF TO.JTH PAST!with in eWJeeiie Lusierfosm sct.* W^VII ..w-**^%  23 -for a fresher breath iai m.it am I



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SUNDAY, OCTOBER S, 1*50 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE ELEVEN PASSPORT TO HEA YEN gtJUiJlLA will soon be aceum a eta) Pa--pan To l5i it the Etnp. %  which .. %  tan and pioduc*o ituan, wile of Dr. I L Stuart ," vldaa scope for B.jan dialect and a wide range oi (--HI :hc *talel> ;hr tnodtii tangi jin I bop. Accomplished Dancer M sm.ni. who IS u. accomI keep %  | of UM mbers of her cast of seventy %  100I at one time or anothav <'< 1 ma on tin* roll Ih B link-. ones in Claire dc Lunc" aaWT*". A*JMaaaaVBamaRBBlBBBBMi The Shah of Persia and his wives in the Harem Scene MEN'S POCKETS LONDON. Housewives of the little villageol Cutthorpe and Elwall in Derbyshire, are up ui arms. The pocket* of Uicir menfolk* psjntl wear out too quickly, and something has to be done about it. So at a meeting at the village Women's IruUhittenrthe irit band of housewives, tired of continually mending: pocket*, drafted a letle. to British manufacturers demanding that men's trousers pockets be made of stronger material In future. "Screws, keys, money, and sixbladed penknives cau*e the holes, but the mam fault la that the RMUrtal pockets are made of are II.HUI these days," said Mrs. Ivy Latham, wife of an electrician. und Etwall's representative al the Institution'* meeting Mrs. Lucy Skidriall, ol Cut. thorpe, said "Canvas may be the only material Strong enough to stand wear and tear." A London tailor conuneiited. "II men treated their clothe* with the respect that good material deserves instvau of Illling the pockcta full ol Junk, there would not be thi*. sort of complaint ." HtW. Silvikrin Lotion with Oil Silvikrin Lotion WITH OIL brings a triple hencfil lo dry hair ll ''inthe iuiui.il od* which arc lacking: it acts as a dmting as veil . health giving lotion: it contains Pure Silvikrin, the hair's natural d. A few minute* daily massage with Silviknn Lotion WITH OIL 1 bring new life, health and vitality to your hair, and will keep it %  fixity groomed throughout the day. horn all ISaVssVsMn and aJgfM Silvikrin lOl N WITH OIL Whole day* are sometimes spv'H I-I rehearsals and much hard work i. bring put in to ensure the *uceesa of what Is undoubtedly an interesting effort to produce n pl.tv with a Barbadian theme and I ;iekground. in £*-y fmekt of This Scene feature*, the modern ji\c ami hc-n.|* iHMt f> Book publishers are facing I crisis. Only the old-established houses will escape unhurt. Rising costs may aend many young fl: out of buau i Publisher Michael Joseph PUBLISHERS MCE CRISIS *d> in eased prices for DfJHSfl books." books." "Book-buyers must be i in ii to pay more," h* told Another publlaliing exoeuUvefgej a different more revolution ilutlon. "Produce ehMpi %  Ixtnks with ersati binding, nof i MCT-Wi •Snug hue ll uig in> nl.iln %  ; attitude. They claim aurh imrtks won't last. (i. N W*WM> rorvmcirr RVSKHVMI. I. I %  • [YEAST-VITEl THERE'S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Yetl-Yeast-Vite quickly soothes away headaches, neuralgia, and rheumatic pains %  but it does something else tool Because of it* valuable tonic properties Ycast-Vitc helps you to feel brighter, look better, sleep more i %  11v and enjoy more energy. Next rime you want pain relief take Yeast-Vite and get tonic benefit tool ; Electrical Dept. PIER HEAD Manning & Co., Ltd. AGENTS.



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FACE TWELVE SUSjp.W ADVOCATE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. 150 Pickwick Scores 323 Against College TWt KISMI \ • rom I'.ir 4 knaft five wicket pUcc but inc tee Man gj, „ w-s „ A K W|I „ y, "VS!,. UII > brt hs ** '*" ,hr Lo, ,, J Williams ctnilnutd lo uowl h-u rldgeO Ha claimed foui from the northern end an rewicket* at a grealei rust, 43 run* ttunipuun. Thieeiuiis -uvicvrwl but i* HI swlpinit B) lASlgr ball Off DM Iirst ovaj Mr S Hettd, Met) push-si .|> thai anHWi.l *>f ley bow In) fi in end runs in place or C Smith who left .he Kmpire mangtt Ui gain al least field. f.rat inning, lead, but the' birkett scoreu two brilliant HrM cpn.forUble against the lours on William* eighteenth I xwige attack. This team, too. as over to COT* Ml ICOIC U) 36 and %  dy saved from betng bawled out the total 16 A four lo the pry off Mi Birkett's %  wore lo 48. In the following over from Corbin he lifted over the Kensington -Stand tor six lo tako him ua*t his half century Drueg Inni.v.. on tha other hand. who wu playji.L; .< defensive game, was only 12 He n "red three runs off Blackman to carry the total to 198 Anoth-i ihroff Corbin's over took the total past the double century Soon after Rlrkett edged the third delivery of iU.ukm.in'* aecond over for the day, and was caught by Thorpe at lint slip. Ha contributed a valuable 67 which included -seven fours and a aix. Skipper Goddard. who lilled Ibc breach, waa loudly applauded as he walked out to the wicket to make hla first appearance locally since his return from England Goddard'a flrat two runt came from an overiiu-ow off tha bowling of J. Williams but in the following ball. (Williams' fifth of that over) he was caught b> wlckctkeeper Harrison and one. a,:aiii cheered back to the Pavilion D. Evelyn partnered Innlss wher. the total was 111 for six. B opened his account with a four tc Square leg off IMaekman. At 222 LtnrM waa caught by Mr leaver h:. Arm fifth I ,ind -.( IS bj MClin,' JiiiioRi.... weal to hen thI fdi 'he loss i i our .vickeU and began a phase Jugging ai everything He was I in Lodge's fast tOI Jn runs the most eonlent batsman of the day Ha bad .o his credit and was not out am tumps were dra*n Ha t .Med in I v> Wjek suggested -...ling was good but not I. si. to ml hlsxkei r.isi bowler Rro>kfs .wled unchanged for 14 overs and %  • *OT 28 runs He id Hi McOaaila bowled well l ad kepi down the runs I-odge Si-hool x lied In urllll'ice on The I and sb'l .irked deter i .r Una to keep : wring Bl • lOW r.'le The tall aaa Oil 'he Iush a dolly y %  h hands of hts captain K le eame in to partnei Hutehinaon, who was still SMI with IB runs to his dit, Greenidge got a stagta "ii the third ball of Bowen's over. but Hutehinaon who Wei :rike, was sent back .u piivilion as he returned to Bo' lbs 112 IbS Genno, Beck lea. lewf. Path, NaJdoo, T.me I mm 0J sees. Weresuuaas' Treph). 6 furlongs. %  -"lass C: Way Home, A Jooeph, ..4 lbs Waverley. F Singh, 114 %  .. Miss Shilley, O'Neill 124 lb* iww Moll. Sunirti 124 lbs Time i mui 15 2 S sees Breeder. Slakes NeealSwM-d. I furlong*. Brown Ruby. Gonzalez. US lb* Qutck March, Yvonet. I lbs Dillinger. Beckles, 114 II L Alarm. Sunirh. 114 lbs Time I mm. 5 21% sees. Half of the Carlton team wa* ,'*Zl C PICTURED HERE, walklug la from tlis plans wfclcg arrtvM I Trinidad oo Fmlav afternoon, wltk aklppsr Je %  Ooddard. u Bse. O u. i < la4 .' %  •iiber of tb Trinidad Tennis t u • %  wa.ck koarsd l'l. last Km O iff was also s member of tI -'i~j,iaixtty team w. .< to r B rb los in 1940. Jolly Mill* onet. 110 lbs; Ceres, Lutchman. 103 lbs; Btaek Shadow Naidoo. M3 lbs. Goldnie. Patrick, tee 1W l.me I min. M 1/6 see* Dwnerk' and Trainer** Trephv I mile, 100 yards. CLASS A. Lady P.nk. Sunich, 117 lbs. i UHC after lunch lirown Jack. Heid. 110 lbs —^> Cfeeaidge brothers, hurst, O'Neill 110 lbs I the pavilion with 85 ITd W (Ireenuig' • I his brother ami puHe iJoven to tin i a couple b was '-ken without in; rurtbav loea. Waliott and Bowen ASTHMA How to ease the strain in 30 seconds! w being dried out by a good Mr. McComic and Cheeseinn carried their bata for Lodge o open the innings while pacers Islington and Barker began the :..whng attack for Empire. Empire gained their flrst success i lliv Uutd over of the day when lillington got Mr. McComic -J lod in the fourth ball of his Head ley at thud slip of the fourthf eoond) over. The score had Winning the toss, Carlton de (led to bat. and K Hutehinaon It look Empire 35 overs to di*and E W. Marshall opened the miss the school boys. Millmgioii innings Spartan opened their atwreaked the most devastation tnck with Clyde Walcott. un<: igainst the boys, taking five wic'red Phillips, and these two Empire won the loss and sent " hr,t ov "; Lod * Sdu ^ 1 WM .II Lodge lo bat on the somewhat ''", uui ,' \ .. vavy wicket, which was. how' took Enptra 35 ove. kets for 22 runs during bis delivery of Simrii..i. who had iclied placed Blackman at the nouthei end. Iimiss knocked up 27 rur K. L. G Hoad, jnr, sbarvd \\v Kvelyn. A few minutes late eighth wicket partnership wtth| Evelvn hnd a narrow escape one of J. Williams' knew barely mi s s e d his stumps The rate of scoring slowed tipconsiderably. Hoad scored a fouil off Headley to take him beyond hi-; ,,„ quarter century Evelyn al thisB ighl iirst Spinner bowler King took four wickets in his 12 oven at i oi i nf 33 runs. O. M. 1{M1>IIIM.II and M. Jones went lo the wukel for Bagfl ft t tackle the small total Lodge had .el them. The batsmen bngui. ar. easy way, but with the geoti only three, in an attempt to gain . run from a stroke which obviously could allow Bat DO inn with safety, Jones was run out. A second Empire wicket fell ko the eighth over of the Ixtdge lliowne hud contributed eight runs before he was bowled ly a fast ball from Brookes A well tuned l>wling chi allied lui Lodge their third %  ess Mr Mi Comie was brought his "first over lh e r n forward to a slow one Carfo-. vith stress on judgment to Mr. nilli now i09i their Aral witfcei Mc Comic's llrsl bull and il wiXli lh e score at 22 of which went low but direct to Dcane who Mari hnU had scored 17 SJUppci was fielding at mid wicket aiaJ (; HuUlunson then went .n and ha made u -mart catch The score he got a quick boundary Hi board read 22-3—7. Cave and brother "Kriinie" was contented Qraat were then at Ihc wnket meanwhile U play Bowen's dAftcr Cave was out Grant and i.veries with due care, until I f stage was only 13 When they had added 4B run Hoad went out to cover drr of Headley's del ed and keeper Harrison but Evelyn was soon after caught by Mr. A Willlama off the bowl-l ing of Mr. S. Headley for 24 | Mike Foster purtnered King who' afterwards began attacking the. College fast bowlers He scored three foura off one of Williams' overs and passed his quarter century scoring at the rate of a run a minuto. King was later bowled by Blackman for a well played 41 which included six foura Charlie Taylor went in and played out the remainder. Slumps were drawn with the Pickwick total 323 for 9 wickets icket fell 1'hc otnei opepju batsman, i hevseuian. was Mllllngton't seeud victnn altai "niy .even more ana had Iieen added. It was the ist ball of the fifth ovu th.il Cheeaaanan found difficulty in laying and sent it high to Uourne t mid oil win. took the catch. After *ix overs otr of which four ins had been scored, Sklppei placed Barker, bringing ler King. lluU-ninsoii and r'aruli Were _. .in at 'he wicket and in an undrive one| rounad way, wero giving the He miss-ai ;mplre bowlers much resistance. led so accurately that foui itdens were aeM down, bvfon -ingle run was scored Wahot' I >wled mainly lnawtngers, and icn had both batsmen in trouI le E W Marshall was the fit t I i IH' off the mark, when he onI M W.koii to the boundary, r Hut.hins.ai collected %  off Phillips to open hi. In the next over. Maishali i. peuled this stroke, which earned lum another "four" off ClydeV iMiwIing This opening pair wa O nlldently when the Spartan supper, Keitn Walcott brought oi. -low bowler Bowen. He almost mediately had Hutchinsnn in difficulty. Walcott gave way i.. ** %  Harris, and the score moved up without los* al the end H Bowen's rtrat over Greenidge on drove one of deliveries for a brace to send 00 runs on the board after I3'> jnutes of play. Clyde Walrott as tried a second time, aasd r*. Greenidge tickled him for .. ingle to long-leg Runs came uickei and soon 130 were sent Cirecnldge. doing the bulk scoring. Several buwllii, uiiice* were made In an attempt o break this stand, but without pail Greenidge reached his half cenii/ after batting for over an ur While his brother who had > "en at the crease earlier wa* I nying a rather subdued knock 1 il contribution being 36 At this i aga he had to retire through ROIL 107 lbs Ti Swiss :rz T. Singh n, 30 1/5 sees. niRECTORB' TBOPHV 7 Kerlongs Class It I'cnaive. (Gonsaler 105 lbs.) W-^erly. (O'Neill 117 lbs). Toy Bomb, (A. Joseph 105 lbs.) Ydhonaire, (Lutchman). Time I Mm M 1/5 Browne he opened with i then sent Ii boundary off •Valcott's bowling Greenidge 'iings came to a close whan he • bowled by Bowen for a well i iyed 53 Warren was the next 'i and began to bit odt, Browne >vai quickly returned to the vilion for 7 runs and the scoreanl then read 194—7—7. N. T. lirke went In and the 200 runs .i-nt up aflar 109 minutes. The remaining batsmen took the core to 238 runs. .. m IU...I'... -BM THE TRI vL Bii) Millington were valuable partnership mi linn,! V EMPIRE -II.(for & wkU. Ball triumphed over bat Lodge School yesterday Empire only mustered 71 runs for the loss of five wickets in replv to Lodge School's 07 for all fn thr first innings of their first division cricket match. At one time Lodge was 42 runs for the loss of 0 wickets and It was only a valiant last wicket ttruuaied stand of 25 put up by Wilklc and ~ Welch which helped the team to score 67. The wicket was slightly green but not particularly troublesome. Errol Millington. Empire's pace bowler cut down his pace to medium and during a spell of 14 ( •s4M | n-gan to send down his slow Teaks from the North end. With hi:aaara alajkt, Farah was ;iven a chance when he failed to .ft the hat well behind one of King's and sent it to Barker at cover. Farah made a similar mistake to the last ball of Kings seventh over but this lime Barker did not repeat his blunder. King was now in full control of Ins length and in the next over he made liutWiinsoii edge the bail to wicketkeeper Jones to send back inc fourth Lodge wicket to the pavilion. The score was 4V, Hutch.neon's being 12 Lodge iobt their llfth wicket without any addition to the score. Millington had been brought back •7 to bowl and in his laeosM ball he claimed his third wicket. Milllapse, on the Urst day of the irsrtou was only bowling at a match against Spartan. _^ medium pace but with much guile Both bub men made a half cen1 when -"'d Glasgow after a short hesitury. The day was bright, and tancy could not help spooning il the wicket easy paced Spartan to Aileyne. were strengthened by the mcluLodgo then lost four wickets UOO of Clyde Walcott. in quick succession, their score arrived with tha victorious W.I only increasing by one run. team from England. The last two batsmen, however, In spite of the plumb wicket K W. H. Welch and K. G Wilkie 1* wen Spartan's slow spinner. bamely against the demanded much respect from th Empire bowling and In their l-atsmen of the Black Rock team valiant partnership of 25. bat11a took of their e/foki ted until after the luncheon in106 runs Spartan tlelded well terval. Millington came back to I ut seemed lo tiro in the the wicket on the resumption and %  Inge. Pilgrim was outstanding ii bowled Welch in the last ball of tins department. CARLTON* v. 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Tour knim .mile youi anlM lace No on* can fill youi vacant plac* IMrg on Daar Fiti. your ta>k M n> Toiir lovina land, ran do no mom Fd lho*r you lovad. vou did vn ir heat. Iha AlmUfhli IrM GUI iwill-1 Hal PH.r.on Dai iminrdlatr family i Thrcla Pal.li >i-hlldrrr.> and af • 10a FOB SALE AUTOMOTIVE CAH Ford Prelect ,on 'l.tl.T Ownri I.-.. N< Mj| Apply BMMJ A i Ptaa* a 10 SO-T y N FXECTRICAL RDTUcniATilR On. Ill • Cli 1 CKMlr. Shelvadw Krlngvralor 'V cani One ill Vauold In parlac dllk.ii. Foui Hi yeara atlll ram on ftiai-amee Phone d) UFKIGERATUR One ; %  dat. Anv raaacmnble For parlimlan .mil, • BO In in i-xkill b. ADIO Phillip* • Volt Ballery He' wHh iuk ,ip and Prcool., all populaNumber. No inaannablo oltft rrloard HOPF. MENTATION SI Uacj WAMIN t M AI "It 1ST O". Canadlar %  Baw aWndTtot waaMnd Macnina -nth • %  Um.ii, CanUri B. lluHhiiiM 1 A CO Dl •a** 1 10 10—All FURN1TURK FVKNrrUHC One S tool t-. MaJV'pl.) nil-ina. T.blr -Hh F. Chaar* a. |ood a* new Aln one later Miriorr.1 Anltqn* Side IVi It—JI L tl-t. anv May Hope l'lantal %  d. l-!e> • IB 10VANirv VanKv. tin M I Jut naad M.I,. •Blf MECHANICAL BIKES. Ilerruir. Silver Kihf. on term •II rniideb. Black, Green. A lUrnn ca., Lid. tsaaa—ir: One hand operated BACON SLICING MATH INF Apply B. V. leott it Co L*d.. Whllapark 11 • to—l.f.i %  FCOHD CHANUEHS Oarratd. from tV> TO to IM M -bile lhe| laM. A Barnea a> Co, Lid. Dial 3*3* M B SO t I n LIVKSTOCK Pl'l'l'IB* Bull MarillT. otir two female., evrellrnt bleed i %  IM ao Call MiK D 4MB 1 ltWa| i. POULTRY TUBitlVS1 White Turfcay. <1 oocki 1 hem fur bteedlna purpoaea For par titular* Dial MMl. 0 10 BO—So MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUBB — Of rvrnv deat>rlpt*on CMa*. China, old JewMa. flne Silve. WaUeeoaoura Early book*. Map*. Auto graphi etc at Goin>.|ta Antique Shop -djoir-im Royal Vaeht Clu KaM.lB CAMKJi Filter', .,ni. Wine, Falemun, and Por-.rr H.iri*uat from thirty to M'Vrn't (intkinGood Condition A Baa-MiablOffer Cn Buy The Loi Dial 3111 i> F de Abreu. • 10 Bd--ln FIHK W'O-JU in fbivr lenflha at MB, par IBB lb., ai*) Cord-Wood al BIB 00 App %  CM. BUI B10BO-Sn. Qt'AVA CHEMF Freah. dehrioua lu.J rberir. >uilaule lot H-IKIIIIM to • %  :, iiim ., .,-t \. ill. W VI W.-, I llhaw'i VK^raee DUI SSOft ; in Si .: M>-N MI1MIS lat|eat %  Baartloii of M"i* Shlrla In laavn AH %  KEI.IAN(X" all Cuaraniaad all attractively priced U (or any reaeon jour %  hlri L II can be returned to ui ROYAL STORE, inch -in-et Foot Itch Healed in 3 Day •Do y badly i ]>Ma II rattl v> and bo %  B ..I %  Tin IrouMea la a % %  rn tarn naa an. IM Kboul Ihc world aw la %  II. I -jeh >* Alblete'l V*0HlnajnH %  %  , ....,-„„• %  at ild of Ih. irviibl m •" •""'' '" IN" Marm. ati.tw the llchlin* in ^ nilnuti the i-oi-iiia In IB bon,,, and .i.rta hen11nu %  be -kin i->ll In 3 d Nlaudarm to a... on the f'l Kcae.na l warm of f i turn %  JIMi and heal te akin n %  r %  k chciniat for Nn Nixoderm r*r Mktm TrmmblmB J-al AUCTION SPAI-IOUS OFFICF Marhill 8tt\ %  a u Baaa— a. c> Aaaav A Co Di.t 4BMB 1 10 *av An i WINSLOW—Cattle Waah. Hi. jo*epti F.it the month i.f Noven bet ItOO Appl. i MiVV T Cortina. Simcit Hope PtanU ii.., st Ti % %  a il'J> 3n !.CMM O-'d irltve O.irdena. I |l M %  MISCELLANEOUS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER 1 Eeicll*'. nana. 41 OU Suwea. ;' Leather Bag*. I Waah BlM I Bina I] Tint baklag Prrardar. I Let Tin Cans, 1 Tin Vag. Paate. i Ivit DiMnn oar -Oil Bound Paate, S-te II 30 o'clock Tenna CaO. KKANKER. TKOTMAN *% 00. AcUakrrra. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Saleo at LMyda Hoom*. BladeNile. PrM' ulr CO. TUeWay 17 II.an Slreet Thuiwlay IBlh Mr. II PI.-ei E.tate. at Phillip Thuraday lath Capt A J ll.ri.ley. llntlon* Hill IKAN.II TKOTMAN •Vfj •.10.50—In REAL ESTATE A WA1X HOUSE With ahop Uckad. watar and electn.lty InaU ut llotbarul Turnlnf Apply to F. *a. Bryan, Old Put OnVa. Market Hill, %  r Ciiuiben Thome. l*aatur* Road. Hank Hall 9i'•• % %  %  ,-. %  OHM AIIOM AL QUEEN'S COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS 1950 I. Tha Wattinc Liit lor Queaail Collaaa Entrance E.nir,,',atton Will ba cloaad on the 13th 01 October inso No application* win MB received after tindate Forme can be obtained rrom the Sec r etary, tfiean* Collate J The Entrance Es am I net ion a for queen* Cllajr will be held or the 13th Noeamber, IBSO. al • St a m Candidate* mu.t preaeni ihwiwlvM at queen* College b> 0 a in aec empanled b> Toatl mlrlreaaei. TtrtTloN-tn Bpenlah hv It* f-attain Goi:*lui I iw UnlvaMi r rerkelator tor the VHIHUI %  e. %  H '" nplla. for CotiveraaUonai urpoee. will alai .; deii*l••r OBBria) Uoeumonta aid u j**ec St. Mirharl's Girls' Srhwil NOTICE TO VESTRIES AND i en MII v SOCIETIES RE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR THE YEAR. 1*51 The Entrance Eaaminalion tor Ike tor candidate* ** in* aae .,1 al* HOUKU Double roof Mug led houaa, ahad roor 'lachad. attuatad at Arthur il Thornaa For m.oe.-th.n •at dear, ar Oeorca I^wla. rd sea.. OB %  f.i ,u. 1 III W Jn ENTBlllltlnX HOUKE I "*• ktandlng on 1', an :hrl*l Chun-h. and dwelling I out bullaOf lill.lt III MM RBjMd hrlat Church, ad]Mrutaj the above 'iieritlotied premlat* The niHtve menllonaat premiere will 0* *l up for aah* by Mr* lAlcea lr*qulre on Preanne* ft \0 Su—n --OLRNCOB.' Corner ol Keranneien tew Road. FonUballe. The Houac conalna I Cktaed Oellery, 1 Drawing and lining Room, a H-d-oon.a. Kltthen.lle. rnilet and Hath B.JO0 aq (I ol land rhere are leverel Corunut end Hrem Fruli Traaa Ma yard, alM an I lu I IANI) About and at NA' 'butch, willed bout 11,000 Millar e leet ol NAVY OANDBMI. Chrlai R AHCIIKH 1 10 MIn LAND—Approximately I acre of %  MMl aultabla for building at Rockley new Road mear Ooll Clubi Apply Sydney ij.hicy. laahley* IJmyrd 1IIN In I.AMi Ai Hoed View. St Pelfr on he era where there la aafe and excallent aen bathing, la TS.000 aquara feet of land with MinVle.it aaa frontage to •iconinw-laie two or more hpnaea Prif* •ttractlve Al Belleville li.00 aqnaie (eel of land At Qulck*a Tenantry. Twcodiide Road. 1MB aqua re leet ol land Apply lo I'An. A Scott. Mi.aailnc Lane 7.10.BO—An %  LYNSTED—rJewly built in Navy Garden* .'..i.dlng Square feet of land Apply lo Reverend W Impertliin any day frotn I -• p.m eacepl Sunday*. Telephone No. TI T W-an Daih NEW BUNGAlAlW -Built or Block Stone 9 bedroom*, wllh waah baun., ulrctric light and running water within. Handing on 1.000 aq ft wall encloand Situated at Worthing, near Ooll Cluo Apply: Norman AUeyne. "Amlf Ixlge ror further particuluia dial BIS4 B. 10 SO-aji ..,.'. i (,.. %  FHOPBJRTY Thai aratrable propert known ea Mnpai al Relnnvit Boad. naa o the School,. Church and The houar which la In perfect Gallery. Drawing and Dining nonm*. B'raklaM rooan, threo Bedroom*. Kltchfgi. Water toilet end Rath Pt-re reaaonabia Apply IfAroy A 7 10 10-an bo win have attained year* lngW placaa ot agtf tor all meala unit breakage, re placeebU from alack. Kvaaa wnttnaM* Dial %  ) *oo6. n.l.ftv Dial SI03. %  any Tree, B low -n Apply Ha have In Ml M^-. %  tlr-i are OOtn. irrency Control. and Oent. elleri. Bolt. g 10 SO In %  l-irn VaBBkM Ih Tejl N imported owing to py-ea now KNIGHT'S Ltd r 10 soin. NOTICE TO FJOSFECTIV* PARENTS ALL WATTleK. I 1ST APPLICATIONS tor i .indklate, to all Ihe Entrance EaamMtriT BE SENT "Yd THt IIAPMITSElta NOT LATER THAN ink. IBM. No application* a ved after Ihl* dat inded thai there will be a imber of vacancies i l..i .i...e..ful candldi milted m E igtaaahir li ENTRANCE EXAMINATION %  -• % % %  FOt'SnAFBOfc SCHOOL An Eiitiance Examination foi ll„ School Year January—July IBM will b. held al the echool on Friday 17th Octobr IBM at BM am AppbcatMma will b received up lo Friday Mth the HeadmialreM and mu.t t. led by a baptlunal ceitlSeat* %  11.mla 1 from the lleedmletreu ol tha la*l acnool attended by the pupil Applicant* mud be between the aga ol B yeara and 11 yeara on the dale c Ihe r-aininatlon Parent* or Oiardlan, accompany In Iheir dauahleti cr ward, are heiebv noli Aed that thete la no accomr them at the arhool on tha examination and that the examination applicant, will not atart until they leav Ihe pcemtae, w it ANTHonrs Sec Oov Bodv. Olrkr* Foundation Scho VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS i.IMI s I ill MiSIIIIV -I Hll'll There are on* or nwl lion Scholarahipa al I 9 'i> loBJga s, i..-,i Am ,..e children of Parent* raaidlng Paruh of Chrtai Church and who ate ilraitened rlirurnttancaa. The applicanla mu*t be briween an of 10 year* B month* and 13 ye >n the day of the •.amin.n.i • ill lie held ' %  chool on Friday llth Oriober at i .•"plication can be obtainet I mm the Secretaiy. W K Anbobue. HH Kin llou-e Bay Street The*e forme m l id Mr V.a,Le*ne Rentier me wIn any way connactrd %  uri Mr Mar Lealle; %  awaver we are atlll In a poanlon to eerve Ihe public and ang ..rr.iTieement. can now be made through Mr J t GULSTONT Radio Terrain .-in. T Roebu. K %  t. J E. GULSTONE HERBV l-HFEMAN. nirectfje PubRc Market S.I0.M J n Canadian National Steamships SOt'THBOLNf* CANADIAN CHA 1ADY RODNEY CANADIAN CHU1REW l^DV NELBON .. OFFICIAL NOTICE fenei.llv known th* li,.tant. I .hall no longwr ha Ihr Conmbr A..wt for Fr-hce. at BARBWDO* lUkVtog .indad in mraatgaiaUon Unre tne Ooo I'At'I. 1 C->nuli g 111 I Karbados teal Estate Ajeify Teleahone 233, Office: Hastings Hotel Ltd. IMCll HAVKN -Chit.t Church uve bungalow Mahogany door*, trainee, bull! in wardrobae, draaaer* etc 3 badtoorno. 3 bathrooma. IJvtnat Dining room,. Kilcbe,., Oarage etc own A C r.-4lne. atanding In t acre land ante ana bathing have ..or .n, Bad MlMlm aite. In dlrTerent bland. 13S-DA1I-WIN—PMe Hill bu,*aloy urilMrrdahedi REAL ESTATE JOHN rv. Bl 1WOS ATA. F.V.A. %  aesak •*• BUdon FOR SALE naa,,**aa-a***e^aa| ^^reS CUT. located double caixlaa*w. dlnlnf IOMO. ,'TCT itaaeS <**iZZS; IWl >•". %  i^ h 7,,., Sir W St PROTEBTY - built tde.ll iimiigaliving r !" „.-,XH double drt' Hppeoxltnataly i^sr*B <—. —Idarrd 3 1,-droomfc J^^aSL ^-" lounae dec* lacina VINE ESfTATE Modern nopertv aoondlv ,flrvicted "I .„..„. with ateel raBawmdow. IOO V 1 T ^* (i i—lroom*. toilet ati* lattll garden Tn*a ,W hoio* la obtatnahle ,„v paaiBonahla figure lor tbli aelcei neighbourhood MAYNARnS. m Par Lara* JSSh con-tructrd EMate houJ j -—mi ti >i acraa hov**> tie Very cool and hre* !" -* *"" onmnuaidlng view* ov and hilly ccuntry %  palgMSMeTR RES„ !" _.. ;-bedroom alonevhuilthou^e win. K* Irontage PropertIn thl, locetum I. rarely "allable -n1 the prat* la eatremnly low. SPdnOH-rrrroWN-Larga JZ~ n „ ,n central poalikan ol racapI^MV.1 mtereet aa f" 0 ^? 0 !. laopaafllon. with ample rtorage and living; apace. HOTEL on Ihe ca*a. -AS oM %  .t.ihllahed hotel propam a'aftoWaRENTALS &PION KOP" Maawelia Coait ih ad N o i am BBT. %  rLOetER'. -Modern Bungalow al Litlle Kent lniurnlahed "IN CWANCmV"—Inch Marie w Modem FUrnlahed BungaruiREAL ESTATE AGENT AKTIONEER PLANTATIONS BUILDING



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SI NOW OCTOBER 8. 1150 SUNDAY ADVOCATE I Why Be A B.B.C. RADIO | Teacher? PROGRAMME dura-ill it mm w—^— hn WBmmi i_Ji— * %  %  **. vl > %  for a brilliant polish New Serif* For West Inili.-, A Mi M .. and disipCMUly directed to the Walt Indies from l.oneVn m which John '" int i.ised by Mr. Hoyle with i iferMU tt> Implications of the new knowledge that are significant for philosophy and religion as well as fur physics. Sir Edmund's talk will be broadcast In the CO S. at 6.30 pm.on Wednesday next, nth taat. Blit'h . sWaaiyak. til A a* Mr .rawn. n> Mew.. II M i AnailvaM. II it p n Take II %  I' 4* pan LawaJer. ronm, Radw Nmawi. I a> n m %  set m -' n ... Tti* Hewi Horn* Nnri front IrilM*. I 11 C w i Mii in PrpcUre. i jo Variet* Bwato.. 1 at am TtM 1 BMaraiMti H • H n m Epiloauc. S p m Monuu Quart*.. S IS p m Prosrarnrna fvi aSt pm. P-rom ihe ChiMr i H%  P "i Round Britain fclu.i S* p Sund*. lmr*. 7 p tn TtM N • in. Nm Analyui: 7 IS pm C'~I" bean Vetca. 7 41 p m Modern Man look. at Je-ua. Ipm Radio Nrft*l. • 1.1 p m I'nJted Nalkona Report. I %  P an BMflk* Maatulne. B p m Southern s r—iaa orcneetra. is pm Lander Forum. It %  m. The Newt, ID 10 %  m from lh* %  dllviial, 10 IS p in Aiiv '.---*-*->•>•>*-*-',*-',--',-%  **.aV'.'.'. BACK AGAIN I I Dr. CHARLES O.V.LOWE || i Chmtia Pn .• %  .....-, i sg a M MONDAY. 01 rout K • i.* Ian. TIM New. TIDim Mr* Ajialyila. T IS am Ouar Down, moon. The New.. II 10 p m 1*1 Analyata. II IS p n BBC MldUnS U.•ir.tra. I i> m Science Re> lew. Had HI Nrv.vM, 1 JO p.m V <( Archie. Ipm The New*. I Horn* New* from Britain. „• Sport* Hanlaw 1 JO p m SW lOmiri'inwaiiiii. 3 p m From ti i at ihe Plat .1 I Psro > WMTwWwl %  30 pm That Storyleaker. %  p-. Danr* Mualc. S p m Th Catkaatr Oraan* S IS p ru VoKr of tlir VII • on p m Laatanm' Diswat 7pm TtM rten i 10 p m m* 7 IS p m Tha Maitrr o( M.,.1.1 •• 7 U p m Labour Part. cifar' .. r p an Radio Newarwl: B 13 p United NaUona Raport. S an p Kcilcv. I 46 pin Bl^< Oi.hr*., s i> aa Bowka to tUwd '" Tha ArU IS p m Tt.r NIhimpraiitir BAY STREET 10-MVS KM! FLASH Kin I M: HKATK8 I \ftOt Rot LKTTI -if MOUFftV HOI SI (INSTRUCTION SFts DOOK COJIM 1111 o \ 1 1 M a 1 4 BIAUTir I. .: nan wn 3 • % 't'.ij; roH DA Or MOTOR CAIi ATS Etc C W I 'Vl> UCDI H. f. CHF.ESMAN & CO.. LTD.—Distributor* Dial 3382 ih.. v.::' Church Services Flrat Church ol Chrial. Scianiiat. Und*c*n Uppar Bav Bift Sun-lay*: II %  m,iM 1 p m Wadnea%  %  %  Ipm A SaVvIra whim Inrlndv* TvallmonWa ol Chii'tian Sclanrr Hi ln Sunday. Otlobar S. ISM Subject ol Laaaon-aermon: Arr ^nd alawth raalf T MICHAEL 10 30 am t, kat.i.. laaa. Rav. J. B Winln lor duarlnlv JWW la avwlth lha public >• wriBra-lain VilUS*. Bld,ar. • H Walkaa, ll.mfc Ha R*\M B Prrtll WT JAMLS -7 11 m Us J B. Winter CHHLST CHURC3I-7 n> (,.. laaaa where Krvl\, 10 whk-h in iAjgwaKf; -arSBj 7pm Br. K PAVNrs BAY S30 'wil!iTTllAIJ, m aTn IT? Mr ^"ttai >et 7 p m Mr M Rhinl tilLL MtMOBIAI, . m Brv I Mr F Moro H(.lJTOW-T-a SO a m Mr II Hi., >aiida. 7 p m. Mr D Scoll BANK HAIJ, I*. Mr A PM Pa' p m Mr p im.r.r S1*^DlrTWTOWN-dl am Mr C %  F Law %  M Croaay. 7 l %  CXIIHarbour Log In Carlisle Bay Bell CvcWstnavO., Sen %  I Cordon. Vh Cpnl K Smith. S.I. 7tij Wonlta. 9ch Bniarlarla*, Sch Kanlnald Wallara. *'h r;,L.lcn, a>l. B wwtdli.jrl'.am %  '" %  *' n %  *>•* %  W SinRH, Sch W011dart.il Jnunacllar. Bat, Udv Nnnlarn. Sch %  .l..i,.l.il.iv II. aVh Tw'Mr Rainbow M JJ tona. Cwpl Mark, tor St Vlncr.it. Acrnta Schooner 0 %  nc^•• Aaaocu*tH>n M V Carton**. 100 lorn. Cap! C.omba. lot Dtai oa, -\....i-. %  ..' % %  ii-ii—. Aaanclatlo" In Touch With Barbados Coast Station 1. HI taasa. Fled Tania. 8 B IS.nt Aandmt Murrla. %  B Fi-tanaa. B.S. SUO A—iap. s B Sort Sieautcnaon. 8 8. Sundata ? %  H Mal~ %  I . 1 rll'talirlh. S 8 Northern Tlan... S Mil Amlwral. 8 S Carna. S TS llusnn 8 S Latla. M 8 FylaTta. 8 8 Dolore. s 9 Viol. S 8 Kjomnc. S S Jomau. nalari, 8 S Qraeia. 8 B A'coa Pafraaui. 8.8 Ao -. II U|wo|uM.a. 8 8 Trocaa a 8 ^•rln H Kkaan FIHa. S R Ban Caialina. 8 S Ak-oa FannanL 8 Afrtran Moon. -8. TOBBpM AW Seawell \\ .1 i> M Bl RN IA.L. From TRINIDAD David Millar. OPBrl O'Bner. Joarpn Krrtt. Balk Wlfoa. CiaoeTlaj InSIeflcid. Una Vlvaa. R11 0cDr-na„ VMwS, John (ioddard. OranUay "r"" GRENADA: Tknaat Baunyogn. Vtrsinla Joarph. Winlfrad Hoh OH ntTTHawU>A Mam K ranea—llol Cocnmunlon 7 p limBn.-ll am In ]i DM Rev M A B Thoma, HAIJCUTH II a m. Mr w-tn. 7pm Rev B Cru.l.% Mialonar> MeMlnC 1 laaUKMr ll am Mr I 5 Hr H T. Wlka. wnrni HIRTHRT • m SALVAllOS AIMT ilHIlK.I'iW\ I BNIRAI Ham Holinauw Martina; lom OaSn> nanr M artin 7pm aarvMilm. Mrrtrn/ PRMCPARMajor 8m||h wBajirroTON •TURT Hollnvaa MnPtnur 1pm Com. p.'"> Martina 7 p m Balvailon MiO M a g II T, Holineaa MertUuf .1 p n> Coin. '*** "!S ,,,B •"" -v-'f-. MS PKKACifXit fliiilaiiaai Otu>> SEA virw 11-in.ew Martlnf 1pm Com' |MI>V Martina 7 p m Balvatlon MeaUakf PRBACHKR IIIWI.M uiMton CARLTON Hum Holineaa Martina 1pm Com P-iv Martina 7pm BaK-albm Mertlnd P7UEACHBR Captain Bourn* LONO T|\V 11 a m H-.llnaaa Martina; 1pm Com. p..!!* Mcrtln, 7pm Hatvatlon Mrallnd I'KRACltKH Uaulenant Rtianna RPE1C.HT8T>WN m Hollnaaa Martini 1 p m Com. 1 Almahnuw t, rf Oil IS and aarmon. Tfn Diploma ool 7 p *n ST JOHNVLUTHKIIAN* HOUR FairHald Rnwd, Black Rotk 7 JO p m Monday Rvaailns Vc.per* 7 IS p m Mi.lw.-a. aarvicc ; ,, p m rYMa> PrcacRInc Rsrvka MORAVIAN "£?"' a —..., • pmH-harHe-. R r New, 3 DO o an %  Majtan ttSaSwi I SO p o t:..".. t --., ...a R.e-na, M t. t. E R,_ j<7. day. Mi..*-.-,, Martlnc 7 30 p m "KACr. MILL II a m Mocnin* Art,c• ti.n.i-nd by tHe CelettrrtHm ,.f rial* % %  "• %  > %  ">' (.. — ,.. 1, P^IJ RVeniruf BrrMce. J>rcwe* %  % % %  I SHOP HILL-7 00 1 r Dow pa, II OS a n v ,, 1kb o %  w.^ti. Sarvlca. Preacher: Mr Joaeph From ANTIGUA: Bd*l rrom MARTINIQUE S L Mcjet I.— MalQattla Ci.he Bor, Martina^ r-li. in rAkii ki Fl'LXBCK 11 •SSI Preacher: %  %  I BltVtM CaSfry. First Aid \-fir(/pset Stomach Alki-Siltnr brlsgi pliisitt rilnf Alka-SolUer five* you (he quick ra4a( you want PLUS the aikaliaar you nacd when overeating cause* excess gastric acidity. Drop GO* ot two tablets in a glass of water watch it OK. than drink it down. It's tellable First Aid. Pleasant-laatinf. Not a laxative: AlkaKeltstr makes you feel fine fast. . Alka-Seltzer BOL V.. //.,.'.,/„..,,/ H„>./. / %  ,..,/,,„„„,/„/, — I ROBERTS & CO. Sttf SMI derine Meyer. ... r: Eafi %  R„neM Gabriel. Mary Oabrtel Vkttal I.Mdk-fc.w, Lu>Bairavia. Eduardo CaliadSBa. Jaan Rdwarda. Jenny PllBlm. LuIvan OkMM Gertiu.le C.ntaru, Slmone Champion. Lucienne M-. Haulms, n POrd. Enid Hichardaon. > rank % % %  "01W. John Beckl*Mom. %  %  Cfoper. Elsm Cooper. Svivia PRaSpa. %  I .Ha Cuthbrrt. M lo. MwaaMM Mr.. Anrelsoi Laaa: Mlaa Ma.. Lam. 1 %  Mra Marian Oresor*. Mr Hnnald Tarlm Mr Jai-.e. Rabb F-r Gaartrrtaw%  Hi kN H.I.-V Robert Kikri, 1 1 Jrkir Mohammed Jeklr. Detre> Jeklr. Anthon. Jekir. Ola a iro Cola Meat And Cheete Arrive X SLS? I 2? Inv r '*** arrtv>d m CarliUP Bay yesterday wtth 1.7SI ions of crude oil from ( ; in pi to li j, consignwl to Messrs. R M Jones & Co. Lid. WB d U linder ,h<> command of ^P* The B S fort Welllngtaa. whloh arrived during ihe week, brought a large quantity of "teal, chaaaa*, hams, canned foods, cannr.1 fruit, uke mix, case* ot chickens and ducks, and prunes from Gladstone. Brisbane. Melbourne and Sydney Schooner Ererdeste brought 100 tons of coal from Trinidad. Benn 5.55 p.m. Thciv will bo .. M'lm-tioii f rancy %  Ot nanimlal Work. Useful Tfrmaahold Article-)., Mats, Baskets. Trays, Boxes, etc.. made by the Arts and Crafts Department of the. School Of > "illll.i Hoop-La with its AttracUin Prism a other Altrscti Post Ofliee Slacked with Parcels and Letters I>olK -.mt.i Clsia* with has] present' RanrholdMa, S*cet Dnnk, Ice*. Hamburgcn. Hot Dogs. Rt'frosnmenU. S-eet... Cahes etc V.-HI I* nld. Tony Rides ete rdla] Support ii Soli' Please Come. See. Buy and llflp Uir DM /,'/.'/AV,W,V/,'///,V/,V,



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p\r,r SIXTEEN STVDAT ADVOCATT SVVDAY, OCTOBER "> Commissioner Reports On Town Planning Officer WHEN Ihe HoilM of Assembly met on Tin H ||M •Xpendttur* OH the visit Of th*' Speaker to the lintisl, House of Common; n, i on the department of Town Planmiu; Offio wat. laid. %  port *durcw*d 10 in ..• Mn ire %  nmHtee rrad* the) rcpoi' tinArchitect and iii ni oihi i con .ll>.llll reclloit with Uif construction of i : MIOWI 1 Oi. Il "I ,icr und %  ' %  "II lui •H that payment! Salt Fish Not Suspended \ UISHOI'. Coiitfuller oi Supplies told the Advocate yesterday that he had no Information from the Fisheries At%  OCtaUaa in Newfoundland con ceiniiur. the auspMHlon of shipments of salted hih to Barbacos This was in reply to a i|u-*tion A iu-M.fi he kn.w anything ut a •Utemrnt made in a KeutitcaMa licni Halifax sayin* th-.. shipments of salted nsh to Triniu.ui have been suspended, pending the t-liirhVatloH of Ihe situaultiiiK from Canad.i %  (he ilollar. He said that they had salte < Lift BfM an attempt to paas on U> fish brought fotw.ini for deliver. Ml i". %  the whole of a privet,„ November and were In th*.Uw -ll'inmiM"ii of eighty dollars eoum of isaijo U g t lona for addiUV.00 erhleb Mr _I>eaiie^ had tloital shipinc its durum HiIwilMhaai tor which his Depart nt i. respotaribta Nor t: I ^eat UUt inquire Into %  I htJ a**! made H %  the Ilrpartnietit reward or promise of reward II There is, on the ran n nu OH BTBTJ deW evidence that leftaWd .-ertain gifts in Wind in coin made him by the bu) •<-? „l St Ix-onards School, Mr J. It Deanc. One of thoet was a Enqulr) I'hristmas present of a turkev. (••MAW 11 ,| maj ii.ivr Iwi-n i>ffered H .1 mere friendly gesture. The othe which ends In Jun<%  n 1 ,to V*' Schoo Rover Scouts Plan for Year On Satin day night lllti Sept M Inter-Crew Rovers' Camp convened at the I Jen. Wakeilekl White Park under the Supervision of Mr. S Barn well ADC a programme of activities for that ensuing year wi Among other things it was Irtveal .t Rovei Bquires tbl To hold Annual c-nip I n to -Inch all Scoufi and OulOea throughout the viand will be invited • 1 To purchase Camping Equipment and ('tensUs in, Klgff to relieve the pressing demands nn the Scout'.HO (d> To extend „ "Christmas Cheer" whe 1 Rarver Craw will cater to the poor of their several (iistrirts %  c %  TB hold v..1 icu Entertainments, (fl To hold a Hover'. 1 own On Saturday night 30th Sept. ) and on Sunday morning 1st. Oct.) a Mass Investiture (Vlgl| and 1 Investiture) of Rovers was held 1 at the S|. Peter's Parish Church STRANDED JET GETS SUPPLIES NASSAU, Oct. 6 A US. Navy transport C47 (lew %  %  piles from Jacksonville today fcr the United States jet Panther stranded at Oakes Field The let is flying to Ouantanam %  Bay, Cuba I 1 Ding S the second >e in iiusli i> %  >. U. N. ACCEPT GREEK TROOPS WASHD* The Greek Smbf nere last night that the United (•tfioM had accepted the Qraatf ..Iter of troops for Korea. The Unit would have between 3.000 and 5,000 men, an Embassy spokesman said. <>f embarkation ha'l n •' tahlandr I keaal Wf h ed OUt >et. he adrie ASVHMA MUCUS Loosened First Day Don I lat coualiim •niwiiii. iliok tn nlf.ik. of BroilM11B or Alhn i EUIB )nur a'a.r •"•'• *"+*%? aiii-thr lay or night without trying UK*• iiAi'O. Thiirraau m4l'in* la aot %  m< hrnnohlal lul-aa Tka drat ''>:•atarli h*lplnr nalura tmmaallataly S wa)> I. Halpa looaan anrt rak alranalins mufia. L Tftaa %  mmnti lr-t bcxIMnf arul anundxr. m^ir-ft-atilnc a*v t ll-'i-. BII-M! %  ACf> from *hamC Ue-1 Officer ... nt 7. It Is a pity that Mr. Crowe Newfoundland Any shipments ^ LA wh(l ^ja^^ he employed In Ihi O was not conatitent In hb refusal which aiTivg rws roald MVi rilc> of th i Ilve stiiure. Manv the Architeet end T'^r, Pit' of such gift* On his own enowlp oe> Pflrl. WT at tne current R oveT1 lnd repnegntotivas fn Et M MM, of exrhance. OF tne t nlng Oflh ing he accepted a pair of chlckl ens from air Dea.e and which U li wife, a bottle oi whiskey, a pen1 In what knife and a screnv pencil from Mfj .1 n l( ehaiii|ipni %  rein" %  %  r. ilww. Meaara. J B Leslie Co., at Messrs. Stokes h Bynoe suppli materials for use in govermni'ii %  tnUldinfl, and the gifta made by them to Mr Crowe were Christ n^prnaenU Mr Crowe contribdonebecause Ihe spot uted the whisky to the offl Christmas part) 2 I Immediate 11 % % %  put in the Pngg culling for memoranda and inviting men %  %  a Itl-tll I i IXlV I'' under the %  I Inqu 1 Act to summon certain person who ilnl not come forwanl %  vafwei i" the advertl who might. In n,v ontaloi to give tea 1 -1 %  %  11 n %  11 W..KCIICW Y.M.C.rt quarters, have already been cut down aaid the iunu laUMSj Up but Bo ,l, there are still many men : %  vl .-landing It will be a lew monliis before the area is eleared Whuii Uie trees wenpurchasers were told that •out niu.st l>c leinoveil This of stilt by Mr. C the construction .1 Th,rii-t IH< eting i..'1 1 -'i on the 15th Mav 1050. and in all I bald fourteen (141 m* I examined ten (It 4 Tinana ilrj M out ol 1 ertain all,nations uf uraft which were made m the Mouse of As.scni %  hlv hy Mi I I) ICottV M I in connection with the work done b) the Arehtted and Town Plai rung Officer. Mr Ralph Crowe. %  tin p) ., 11 r Batata, S 1 Mirhnel. Thi Si U-oiuii'T Rkmmond, St Michael and at n.e School St Potai But 1 have no* limited >..-. %  %  :. Idorati 4 %  if thane thi N ieta of bulldlnga %  %  not made, althar In uv Aaaemiii' t, In detail I have thought r propel hi caat a wide net and to Irj to diseov upon View of the siluat _. Of the acceplaiue inent but ^tatitml rewards b; connection with l ,,f Kvcrninenl building there is no evidence Hut he alleges thui a mnnufaclurer's agent Mr. W. S. Scott and I member or a local |i! 111 ol in.iniif.ii'tureis. Ml Allan SkinnaT, otlered him personal dlstor the playlleld. Some of the purchaser* bought trees which were loaded with truit such as plum and gauva, but the> rnadt sure to sell the 'nut reatwylruj ihe treea. various Crews were present and nine Squires were invested In their presence. Preliminary auoresaes werO given by Messrs G E. Corbm and S A Jonet. It SI. of the 36th Barbados. Mr S Barnwell . A.DC. delivered the parting y !" v address which was most effective 1C and inspiring. The Rovers then was attended Divine Service n(ter | ^e" which they were dismissed mi 1 ASM Neuralgia arid all Sen* Pains. PH. Tar-Id* are douM> baaa^ksW They not only relieve the pain, but help 10 remove its Quick, suae. safe P.R. Oocs "->i upaM lbs raawt UOnwK-h.OMairiabicfrotnytnirf hcmiMnr Drugs!0 r o e->\ ^. k C %  H.n*-na T"**.' BAY RUD BOYS presented irlUl • %  m> bOBl rocnllj Mani ruemin-. at Che Club continue with Die Physical Training fin-; while beB.W.L Table Tennis the price of such matween eight to ten others attend ... he bought ft On this point the denials of Mr. Scott and Mr Skinner are as emphatic as the allegations of Mr Crowe, and no further testimony Is available But it Is worth noting that the making of such offers is in accordance with the usual practice In the efectton Ol private nex class Ui Art. They are taught t paint and draw and the Commissioner said that they show considerable keenness. Col Michelin told the Adveeale thal he hopes to open the Boys' Club at District C within the ten days. Thi justlflftb'v have b ajUdlngs; moreover, as Mr Crowe SpeighUtown, which was open Klered the materials from recently, U doing fine Mi Bcott, and as Mr Scott admits He said that many tiSaaHl fW that ha Kave a personal discount u, ( mfde In aid of the Barbados n 1 ,n|.iei of s: l^onard-r Boys club ^gy,. ^^^ ^,1,, (,,.. •chnol, Mr Dcane. and to the cau>e many realise that thi* is a bullden Of the Cole.iMne-Parry B1KK | ,. hanrc „ r winn |„g a ear for v .M, 4, luckcr U( mara ganaral discount to the builders in the llrst they ml than to Mr Crowe who wii-n n the material] He has accepted certain minor rewards im-ntioned in Paragraph 7 above (d) There is no justification lor the allegation that any otiier public servant employed in this Department has sought, c received, made, 01 has bevu Mi; offered or promlaed any noo such payment or reward. VI Cargier II ^ ins King George VI StakeJamaica defcalivi llaibadoa u> .seven games to two to %  oure their ilrst point in the British Caribbean Tennis Championship serins' last night. Norman tilll, the Barbados caplam gave his team their only two wins, beating Jamaica's Buddy McLean and Lawsoii Kstwick in Uiii-e seL> McUaii. however, turned in the biggest win of the tournament over Cort.in by a 21—J margin. Following arc the lesulla with Barbados players mentioned Hist N. Gill beat B McLean 1— 2). 2i—i5. a II COfbin lost to W. Estwics 18—21, 18—21 N. Gill lost lo D. O'Connor 13—21, B—21. r, WlUoughby went under If D. O'Connor 13—21, 15—21 II. Corbln lost to B. McLean 16—21. 3—21 V. Willoughby went under to W. Estwlck 10—21. 21—15, 18—21. H. Corbln lost to D. O'Connor 21—19, 9_2i. 14—21. F Willoughby went under to B. McLean 16—21, 15—21. N. GUI defeated W. Eslwlck 21—18. 18—21.21—10 Standing of teams at the end of the first round Trinidad 3 1 *at British Guiana 2 point* Jamaica 1 po"*' Barbados 0 point ( B> Ven 1 Margin 1 ASCOT, Berkshire. Ost 7 •icr UW Se co nd, owned b* Evan William:, this afterwon the 11.000 King George Slakerun over two miles ion tussle baton gBloao th* advantage lengths MM) I hall (O) Hal UttailthaViaed tranafai of '" At the openin sesaion Mi. how. materials from SI Imt. E. Field. Legal Draughtsni.n There ard's School W Richmond and Assistant lo the Attorney 1. House, and 1... ..Ue.npt to oral placed hu services U im PMtM upon iheir nvedly at my disposal and b %  vti Fas IFo :wasa leng Turn to the firm from which tue of my power* under the Con,In front of Ben,, Sire they were bought as though mUalons of Enquiry Act, I allowed .. i)r Ut | ,,ddcii to Australian they had been on K in..U> i-im lo appear as aaatcaa) esulae |Ue Jonnaon was much aanoeti ordered lor use at Hi.hand to elicit supplementary evi (o H Mju ,., lklulU( wl | h hs montl Botiao; dence from the witnesses. Mi. lh|lH V| ,., 11IV In ms V( .„t Aftei (f| His impatience of "Hi divField was unfortunately unable lo mokl „ K u R ,,,,,111111: foi ovei on. regard tin normal accountattend many meetingNcverihe(|n() ft ha|t m ,. ( ^ hv furt(1>) nni! ing practice; less. 1 -hoiiM like i-i n.-oid 1 > ||( .| (| i, ,„,,. when Ihe stiai-h' (g> The axbaustion Ol tha vote bineei-e appreciation of the help „„ H un od Thli Bl for the certain which I have iccvivcd from him. 8rc0 nd success in this i-vent. Franei ;^rZ. .... also desire „> record n. no, M-1 ne.„ completlor, app.eei.mo.. ol the erv.ccsof M But suspicion, even when .1. W. It Dtiuglas, ed upon a thoniufh stud] of ill this Commission, the facts, may Mill not Justify had to perform Ibe maldng of %  *clary whilst habituating h.mand u is sta^Uncanl that it tha SacraUrj I Mr Douglas has racM the duties of has won it three times since recent Inauguration'' It Elliot's third victory In ibe —Reuter attempted bafora the jillegiituMi ggalnal Mi Cl lr> one at "apparent" graft 6. On 'he evidence before nothi.iK whatavoi suggest thai elf to his new and onerous duti re as Deputy Registrar 1 recommend that he be given %  gratuity of ten pounds (£10). (Sgd > H A VAtlGHAN Town Hall 1 Juno, lti A THOUGHT The 11 nistakes myth ing. fedward John ihei| w h \ not makii-nallv SUMMER TIME SUITS Call in To-day and Inspect our rantji' t>( Tropical Suiting. Spec^illv Selected for your coinlci • in this ">ar.n urasthcr, REASONABLY PRICED TAILORED TO PLEASE P.C.S.MAFFEI&Co.,Ltd. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING Ladies' Qwest Towels l-x.iiiisitc locally hand embroidered Qacat 1ocK. They rtouli) niiikc lovd) XlUI BJftl and ft* OWraraoaj vatatOfl and friends we h;ive them specialli dcitinctl Each 1.20, $2.00 & $3.00 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street .. SOCIETY'S RENDEZVOUS THE CHINA DOLL No. Marhill Street VWS ONLY CHINESE RESTAURANT Open This Evening 7 P.M.—12 MidniLSPECIAL! SPECIAL! On The Menu! SHRIMPS! A Limited Quantity of Trinidad's Inmous Fresh SHRIMPS Received by Special Consignment HONT MISS IT! Have you tried our Ice Cream with CHINKS*. LYCIIEK FRl'ITS ? i v/Z/rtOV Thcv'l! Do It Every Tims A3_" W-Z\ UiS WIFE -ov^SLy eoss TO -•;oo rw HIS %  I By i Jimmy Hauo TWINX TO URS.VERyLBEHRe'.S, 2*16 N.HJMBOL^T/ ORIENTAL (ARTICLOS) GOODS! 1 1 it injnnujn, MILKS Til AM S IT. Wm. Hrr. St DIAL SM I I' irt-iiftrlis !! lirvtrtnrks 11 DRESS GOODS OF QUALITY a% HIGH CLASS WOOLLENS VIBIT TO-DAY THAWS Pr. Wm. Hry a Swan su. I x-'-'.'.*-'*--'--.----*,',',* •ONE DAY IN THE YEAR, WE SHALL ALWAYS REMEMBER. YOl' HAVE GUESSED IT OF COURSE, IT'S THE 5TH OF NOVEMBER." MAKE IT A GALA NIGHT WITH THE l'INEST SELECTION Of FIREWORKS Here are just a few ol the many we have in .or':: ROMAN CANDLES JUMPING CRACKERS CATHERINE WHEEL SILVER RAIN SIHIBBS GOLDEN GERB JACK IN THE BOX GOLDEN RAIN ETC., ETC. And Ihe magnificent "SKY ROCKETS'' far II..' Kiddie "STARLIGHTS" in packet* of 12 or %  tntfj ..I... BOMB S. Ohtainahle nl Bookers (BDOS> Drug Stores Ltd. Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY, RMtfalgl. THIS WEEK A large assortment of LADIES & CHILDREN SHOES LADIES COURT SHOES in White only $6 12 per. CALIFORNIAN SHOES, Comfort Wear, from $4 00 pr. CLARKE8 CHILDREN SHOES all sixes, and a big range of SCHOOL SHOES from $3.87 pr MODEL STORE— DIAL .'ii.n Corner Broad & Tudor Streets '^^*,^vc<^.o^<^t


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% % %  day. Oriel*, r I JO %n^au H^towcate Prire; Sl.\ 1^ I S VIS X If. STERLING MAY BEREVALUED S • M. Koreans Prepare! To Resist Advance From South Kaeaong Falls To US Troops (BY BOY MacCiwCi'NBY) TOKYO, Oct. 7. SjPEARHKAns of the American First Cavalry ', Division to-day drove within two miles of the 38th parallel to capture the important town of Kae I song. Kaesong, 26 miles ft . oeoul on the main' highway north of the Nort' Korean capital Pyong I yang, fell after American troops had successfully I crossed the Imjin river, the last natural barrier between General HacArthur's forces and North em Korea. The American Fifth Air Force reporting Ulll I said that on the other side of the frontier North Korean [ foict were concentrating their main defences on the w:H I coast opposite the American advance. Sevan] North Korean convey. were spotted Just north of Pyongyang -long the 40 mile -:i,ul, highway linking the North Korea.'. ..., .... .vin, siiianju, a west coast pori which is geographically iht logical place for Oaoanl Mac Arthui lo ihrow in jnother ain. phlblous landing 1 Landing al Sinanju would tako Pyongyang's defences frqra beFINK l.VITIIW. Value Rises In World Britain Objects To Obstruction BY RUSSIA Ocl ., ,., 1 %  "Bit ... M ft I %  I %  n ' 'he \us% %  Lard Hlitm BrltWi Jader. ,. atn nnj] mpportfl i the Ku wev. UMI Soviet '' \gimmtm or In Markets \ isOtlJObi, Oct. 7. THE PRESTIGE of the pound sUrling—afc, low ebb before (.''valuation last September lias risen on the world's markets and many financiers abroad are buying sterling in the belief that it will be revalued. Krulrr reports Iron. Puns, Bru '.• New York to-day confirmed ine regain*, minandei^ attfiftu biffed on the assumption that its actual value exchange rates. Pr in*.*financiers arc ronfldwl thai UM pound will be revalued soon, irrespective "f (ifflfial dc"Baseball Propaganda" %  vhile the main U.N. force Id wheel across the 38 parallel m the South before the order ri North Korean land offensive was given. it ..piicufd inday that United N mi force*, north and south of the frontier, were poised for •' %  is push as Communists called •leir laet r aa arv ai to man de. fence positions. North Korean leaders tumy.ii CM d OD "all patriotic youth U> 11tke up arm* immediately and da your best to slop Anwrtcan TOKYO, Sept. 7. The North Korean Genera. Headquarter;. <|UOtM by Pyongyang Kadlo today labeUetl ar "baseball propaganda reports or Communist atrocities oroadca-. by Tokyo rndtp on September 3 MM 4. Communists claimed that according to -a Frontline investigation Committee" it was rather the American army which had been conducting "cruel and in human, large scale massacres i peaceful cities and vlUaflM 0 KoreaNorth Koreans had "at all time strictly adhered lo human prlncl pies and international regulations". ( %  The Communists repeated their •*' tn Uie rtn 1 offensive obviousaccusation that United Natidns '> impending, to-day's official reaircraft were guilty of indiscrim' I" 1 !" revealed some significant irate bombing. —Heater I regrouping in American assault forces. In the eastern se-t n r Sou'h Korean forces etinttnued their advance northward from the frontier against little opposition. Forward element* of the Third South Korean Division moving up the 1 east coast were earlv to-day reported within 25 miles of the Nurth Korean naval base of Wonsan They reached this point after occupying Tongchon In strength ha their northward push from Changjon. On their left the South Korean eapitol division reached Songhvon above the parallel. North Koreans are concentrating their main defences on the west coast of the 38th parallel. aeenrdlng to the American Fifth Air Force communique to-night The communique. quoUng th" pilots' reports, |—'-" per cent of the ere travelling Vargas Leads At Polls IN BRAZIL RIO DK JANEIRO. Oct. 7. Gctulio Vargas, for 15 years the wrtual dictator of Brazil, to-day was practically assured of resuming the presidency He wain 1945. If his come-back attempt succeeds. Vargas will be the first presidential Candidaiv* to attain office without Government suptotintry became Iff" a %, public Three days after 7,800.000 Br;t nlians went to polls Vargas was well ahead of his .Tu-Ce opponents. First official figures In the electoral tribunal gave him 38,392 votes: Chrlstlano Machado, a social democrat (Government) candidate received 19.182; Kduerdo Gomes, a national democratic Candida* had 19.179 and socialist Joao Mangabclra 21. i''inal results are not expected for the month—(Can Press) ongyang i .Hi. id that about flonvoys observed touth along PyReuter BOY MARSHALL who eg tird*ry VaaesVl i Indonesia Admits Invasion OF AMBON DJAKARTA. Oct Indonesia today admitted for the first time that her IroojN vaded Ambon island, centra < I n<"rcbcl" South Muluccan BcpubllC nine days ago. A Defence Mlalati %  communtuc today broke I tained by Indonesia M. SeptemlKH The announcement said lhat "all was quiet' on the invaded Islands of the ,-t If-proclaimed South Molucr.m ft. on! Ambon Radlt :iighl in %  broadcast that lighting was ga> ron with Ambonese Today's announcement said that the islands of Burn, Kei. AIM and Banda were under Indonesia) control, Mopping-up oparaUon against scattered armed groups i I Ambonese were continuing! The announcement added that the Indonesian arm) about 20 casualties including Lieu tenant CoFonel Soediarto. Cotnmander of the sixth brigade of the 3rd Division during the landing at Hilulama in the north The Ambonese suffered many casualties. The announcement added: "Evacuation of Autbo from the town of An islands to the east, and to Ceram commenced a few days ago Though the evacuation hampered our operations, it did not prevent us from carrying out mut i ni Keuler ;n,t howi Hi to the flna posja i tagtnnuig to outstrip offlcm -Covenantors" Want Their Parliament /N SCOTLAND it Will n ,i„7w nurket . n gtVi ted %  "AL'STOIAIN CIVIL SERVICE WILL BE PURGED OF COMMUNISTS" GLASGOW. Oct. 7 Advocob ., pendtnee %  or Sceit.ni,i have buckled llieiv ,.nii.:iir n .HI, to Hlnke .. bin IHilihcat blow for a separate h Parllairtefil Home ruler? or Covenanters g| Coun. en ; Grauber at lunch Bft-dai In tV' Austrian legation. i la that it would also conUn honuur last Ma>', undertal by the ihm> western Goxernmenu %  thry call themselves, want s,-.l %  to -irei^ihen the .uiihori^ ol IheMalld to have more say In the Autlrlin Govcrr running of her own affairs it ',\ J co !" de £ ft Opinion They say the l^ndon Partlai ti' .\r.ijr'n N t.uvenimeiu I ment doas not, I IAS SocmJwi Vic Ohann. Hot, Aldui f St-haerf told i £?.. *"!?'?" ""'-'i'..-havo 1 ScotUah probaam %  • Rally MI V,.na'..city aqunn. today that the ?££ S'^poJS l2P&£ t \ tervice would be purged of Communtsti in and ol tho v.. t majority of ,-e; sponstbie Auatrian ritlMU, hi eea 23.000 and sis.Dou had un tfm "eni and reftroined manner i ieai'i-1 tn the square from all ('""se reeeni disorders" %  Vienna In %  damonatra. fwluded a th tho aaaurai Wbratlni "eletory" i '' ''"' "" wui eonUnue to oup'onvnunial 1 in lovi rnmi %  ;change rales for the first id blaektnarket at the official I ire* tUeve Um) i:old and dollar re-erves and Ihe price : ra materials would justif> the Devaluation of the ; ound Swi Sterlina Bwtuerland aV rUssj i in Switzerland lo Mine ileVJlil.ln Untouchability KaniH-tl In Pakistan KARACHI, PAKISTAN. Oct. 7. Pakistan on Friday took the first steps to ban untouchability. A Constituent Assembly approved unanimously tho report of Its Committee on human rights with a clause banning untouchabilit" included. Untouchability, ihe defiling quality of the low caste Hindu, from the point of view of the strict high caste Hindu, has caused oppressive restrictions in the past. Caa. Frees. A Hacks By Gueriliaa Decrease In Indo-China i .. SAIGON. Oct. 7. Vietminh guerilla attacks on French outposts on the rugged Vu-tminh-China border were decreasing, the French army reported f to-day. A spokesman said that there I was no viestion of a guerilla I "general offensive'". i A combined force of Foreign | Legioita res, Moroccan and Viet' namese soldiers which had to evacuate frontier outposts at Caohangihad joined the relief column of French para-troops and wa& now returning to the frontier are*. Elsewhere in Indo-Chinn. French forces were clearing out pockets of Vietminh resistance the spokesman said. Heater. Draft Machinery For U.S. Doctors WASHINGTON, "hi 7 The drall m.itiiii.Li. iui aocloi.in the United States starU operating on October 16. Prodident Truman on Ftida) registration on that date o[ medical men who got aithe, G. ernment financing or selective service deferment (or Iheii studies during the War. but did not see 21 months of national service The turn of other ) %  : dentists and vetorlnartan later. VIENNA, Oct. 7. political arena nger an) time ifiico dvvaunitloii. Fran market trade is only about one franc below the offcisl rate and Swiss financiers are Km regarding sterling as MM of ihe world's stronger currencien They are Imvtiv Into the hig iMrUni b* luaa Iheg ix-itcve ttl the Scottish i the official rate to be too low and ippi.i i.it, th>m e I the I'l'rl, I] l*st Thursday's Aiistit n and -honied sh^ul 10 t^ fbuV oeeuprl I of C i nni-t 'down nrt*h 'raitorna Mid n goon bm uun -.,> OH SI „! ,,,,„. ,, ,K-ei,pi • ach .if vlowi %  an< oavourtd to disturb the peace in v.nieu dtatrlct LooaJ police ii lis. Vie, Chancellor's fa : pie lolUiwed a already given by Interioi Osc.tr Helnter that tho orte would be purge*I ..f o supported live re i .t Commi.aist demonstrators ijivyxi-m wage price Thirty-two loaders of this week's demonstrations have bant ordered to stand trial I Earlier t,..lay S.h.,ei f wu.nul Hut < 'onunujqat deinrmstra'ion: were .. "dress rehearsal" for funol strong enough to troubla raakei i fron IUIISI oal buildings which they hud Icies | Illegally eacupled", Ihe note weivt\ —(Rente.} dlatrtct of (Ilasgim where a byelection will be held on October The tvvemi'itei* w ho claim 1.1 ••"• %  Up p ogPsra in Kent lard .11.) ..VITS.M.,,. %  ,.l imltlll f. ,, Iheir plebiscite when UW] OBal their Parllamentarv votes John Macormich. the Covenanters' Chief • iM "ti ratdav thai % %  conAdt it —all •hOW |,l I" 'han fltl ier eenl of Hw voter* In Favour of Beottlab Ooa^n una ni to •lenl with domestic matter—Can Frein Increasing Dumoari nf Swiss in'estors are hiiying Ilrltlsh war ".in in nihfi Government bonds ind man> merchants are covering xehange risks by buying i llankiriu circles are cautious anoul Inre-atUna ie rumours or sterling revaluation despilr banking "•-otirlani in bl/ l.uMiiessea re roverina ihemselvei ih'lftIK banking houses. Inked with Britain Churchill Anticipates Defeat Of Socialists In Next Election i ,, ,„ LONDON, Sunday. Mr Winston Churchill, Britain's wartime Prime Minister and now opposilion leader, today anticipated the defeat in the next election of "this incompetent Socialist administration.' Eight Die In Reign Of Terror SHILLONG, India, Oct. ; Eight people nave gUCM I Communist inspircl reinn ol terror which followed ... i August earthquakes In the Bfbsagar District of North Ea't India, the Chief Minister Hishnuram Medhi of Assam said on Friday Sibsaiiar. a subdistrU-l of Assam, was declared a disturbed area -fter the earthquake which ww.. one of the most severe SIR JOHN 1AINT. Kt.. rrtnrn.d from oanana rest l>y T.CA 11' is ....-lured, here cenung n rrein the plane. Sir John Saint Kei urns BIB JOHN BAJNT Kthe mem.. • , ( uv Mo OOfl winch 1 loa month ago for %  to Korea as a token force while fog l>ulk of Europe, St. Laurent stressed that Can-, ada's numpower conlnbution m Europe must be relatively sma I 1 and that Europe's greatoV. imuted ate need was not nisnpows sr hut arms. Canada's largest peacetime help, he said, must Inevitably be In am i i odsjctlon —Keuter. Cmatftt's Mineral Industry Faces /fright Future N i AHIO. Oct 7. i' growing rnlnaraJ jn •nstry nois worth Sl.OOO.noo.Uiio % % % %  < and ran .i brifhl future r i egpan .• pmeni oi %  %  M %  i i" i' are Indtcatlono that c.,n,i.i.i ,s .,,,, ,,,.,, I,II, ,; the r. i. (rant position as erorld pmliwai 11 'i uoa oil. iron ore uud ntanluni ' "i <• *|K-e< Ii prepared for oatieer) al Quaeai'i University whan he waa given an honorary l>iM-tor of Laws Degree. —Can. I 1 ,, %  %  Varsity Student,* ^F'S Threaten Strikes eisJT """' m '""" ulrr. Yug\. 11 %  Ruaaiari Nan •aU on KM ., ii ttulaaru tta i onai in %  Brad machlM guns n Bi lardl m new i lion. The protest was handed to Ihe '' % %  -' I.''An.I, |, ,,, Si.ti Tass said tinnote :.a d that the iniiderii ooouttad on September 'i —Can Pre. NOMINATED TO VDAb LEG. CO. ir— o.r .. cwNtaeaaMl, POIfl OF-SPAIN HIS Excellency The Governoi of Trinidad. Sir Hubert ltance has nominated Mr Gerald Wight. Miss Audrey Layne Jeffcrs. M U E Mr. II. r. s Artiu, Bennett. M II %  ., Mr Lennar.l ; / '"it.-nay Hannays. K<\ and MADRID, (K-t. 7 Spanish engineering students beam then new University term tomorrow in a teti.e atmosphere i jpi | i ntii ii "iui"' nver %  aoverrunenl do u % %  p glnaarlruj t ouogi M own degrees. The oeeraa which apt i I .... lorm of pro test from University Engnn crina professors and gtudanti Universities. Keuter NUNS EVACUATE MUNICH, t.ciiiunv, Oct. 7. A mass movement of nuns from Chechoslovakia to Germany aggft.Mth lurniture waa an•ounced on rrlday The United II ita lull in .Menons including Oarrnan ;mtl-tank lored n> the ruins i trthouaa Raaler. Toll the Advocate the News Ring I11S Day or Night Ihe Arlvncale pays for IfSWS. Sir Harold Rrnesi Hohlnson to the Trinidad Legislative Council Peace Treaty In Early Stage NEW YORK. Oct 7. WWUtlona for a Jataneae Peace Treaty are still In an exI Ploratory ataaa ajfaar nearly a month of behind scenes aetivitv b> diplomats of the United John Foster Dulles has taken the lead hare to implement President Truman's Sept 14, order to the State Department to get such i-ilks underway Between the sessions of the General Assembly he ha* t*-ci, meeting wfth repre aantaiivaa of such Pacific powers l' Australia, New Zealand and tl • Philippines Dulles said, however, that these talks are merely an c-change of views and actual negotiation* will be earned on at Government level.—Cf). In % %  Bta uaj n ted ... the official weekly magazine of the Censervative Party. Mr Churchill said that all members must be "constantly active in propound1 < onscrvative faith and countering the many wicked falsehoods our opponents cast about us". The review published an emergency rasolulion on foreign policy U be put forward at the Conservative Party's Annual Conference starting at Blackpool. Lancashire pn October 12 It calls on (he conference Co pledge the party lb a foreign policy •'carried out in closest association with the Flrltish Empire; %  ad Commonwealth. and our European partners, the purpose of which shall be to secure peace by neaoUatlon from strength." I In view of Hie International situation the resolution s tr orsgly condemns the Government's decision to nationalise the British I iron and steal Industry.—Beater U.N. Sanction MacArthur's Crossing Of 38th Parallel FLUSHING MEADOWS, Ocl 7 The United Nations Assembly to-night gave Douglas MacArlhnr the 'go rhead" for crossing the 38th parallel in the pursuit of the (Teeing North Korean This was the effect al ait ejghl power resolution passed hy 47 votes to S with 7 abstentions' Only the Soviet Union and Its M.pporler* voted against. The plan aimed at es: %  unified and independent Korea waa embodied in the following rrnmmenrintions 1. All appropriate pteiw to be '.(Km to onaure rend I ^tabilitv tliroughoiit R> prove-! by 4*. \ abstentions). 2 Al! aonaartuant t.iken including th.li'dding of elections under United Nations auspices for establishme• unified independent an Korea. 3 All sections ann bodies in Not %  ro-operate in peace, hold,: lions and establishing a unified I for 3 against. 4 That United Nations mid not remain in any •KOapt as necessary to iijects of %  I 5. That all necessary measures be taken to adl I economic rehabilitation of % %  ....,, a new United Nations Commission in Korea consisting of Australia. Chile. HoII-ind. Pakistan. PhilippineTurkey and Thailand i-legate told the Assem"iv that his country viewed with Caveat misgivings that part of the plan which he said authorised if not positively cation—occupation of North Korea by the United Nations The Indian Government fear. the result might be to proton North Korean resistance and eve extend the area of the conflict. The other .six countries wnl. %  .ibstaitied on the majority pla were Egypt, Saudi-Arabia, Yemen Yugoslavia, Indonesia and Lebanon, There was litt'e outward drama in the passage of the historic resolutlon President Nasrollah Entagam of Persia, briskly called for a shoot hands on each paragraph CM<-> was quickly approved by an overv.li> lining majority A Vote on the resolution as i whole came after each paragraph had been adopted separately. Tli.S.ivnmotion calling for Immediate withdrawal of .1 foreign troops was relected paragraph hy paragraph —heater. Tlie cycle Unit has nude cycling famous unrl will make you waul in cyclt mure IhfMi ever. We have them in 22 ami IM inch Frames in your favourite OOaDtiri of black and RTQfrn, with or without three Of tour speedf. We also have models for tadlM and sports models for ladies or uenfs. Set' us too for tricyclos for children. i AVE sill I'll I nit A r.. I. id. Distributors io, il 12 & 13 Bra >


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M. Koreans Prepare!
To Resist Advance !
From South
Kaeaong Falls To US Troops
(BY BOY MacCiwCi'NBY)
,____ TOKYO, Oct. 7.
SjPEARHKAns of the American First Cavalry',
Division to-day drove within two miles of the
38th parallel to capture the important town of Kae I
song. Kaesong, 26 miles ft . oeoul on the main'
highway north of the Nort' Korean capital Pyong I
yang, fell after American troops had successfully I
crossed the Imjin river, the last natural barrier
between General HacArthur's forces and North
em Korea.
The American Fifth Air Force reporting Ulll I
said that on the other side of the frontier North Korean [
foict were concentrating their main defences on the w:H I
coast opposite the American advance.
Sevan] North Korean convey.
. were spotted Just north of Pyong-
yang -long the 40 mile -:i,ul,
highway linking the North Korea.'.
..., .... .vin, siiianju, a west coast
! pori which is geographically iht
logical place for Oaoanl Mac
Arthui lo ihrow in jnother ain-
. phlblous landing
1 Landing al Sinanju would tako
Pyongyang's defences frqra be-
FINK l.VITIIW.
Value Rises In World
Britain
Objects To
Obstruction
BY RUSSIA
Ocl .,
,.,
1 "Bit ... M
ft I
I

'n ' 'he \us-

Lard Hlitm BrltWi Jader-
. ,. .
atn nnj] mpportfl i the Ku .
wev. UMI Soviet
'' '
\gimmtm or
In
Markets \
isOtlJObi, Oct. 7.
THE PRESTIGE of the pound sUrlingafc, low
ebb before (.''valuation last September lias
risen on the world's markets and many financiers
abroad are buying sterling in the belief that it will
be revalued.
Krulrr reports Iron. Puns, Bru '.
New York to-day confirmed ine regain*, minandei^
attfiftu biffed on the assumption that its actual value
exchange rates.
Pr in*.*- financiers arc ronfldwl
thai Um pound will be revalued
soon, irrespective "f (ifflfial dc-
"Baseball
Propaganda"
vhile the main U.N. force
Id wheel across the 38 parallel
m the South before the order
ri North Korean land offensive
was given.
it ..piicufd inday that United
N mi force*, north and south
of the frontier, were poised for
' is push as Communists called
leir laet raaarvai to man de-
. fence positions.
North Korean leaders tumy.ii
CM d OD "all patriotic youth U>
11tke up arm* immediately and da
your best to slop Anwrtcan
TOKYO, Sept. 7.
The North Korean Genera.
Headquarter;. <|UOtM by Pyong-
yang Kadlo today labeUetl ar
"baseball propaganda reports or
Communist atrocities oroadca-.
by Tokyo rndtp on September 3
MM 4.
Communists claimed that ac-
cording to -a Frontline inves-
tigation Committee" it was rather
the American army which had
been conducting "cruel and in
human, large scale massacres i
peaceful cities and vlUaflM 0
Korea-
North Koreans had "at all time
strictly adhered lo human prlncl
pies and international regulations". (
The Communists repeated their *'tn Uie rtn'1 offensive obvious-
accusation that United Natidns '> impending, to-day's official re-
aircraft were guilty of indiscrim- I"1 revealed some significant
irate bombing. Heater I regrouping in American assault
forces.
In the eastern se-tnr Sou'h
Korean forces etinttnued their ad-
vance northward from the fron-
tier against little opposition.
Forward element* of the Third
South Korean Division moving up
the1 east coast were earlv to-day
reported within 25 miles of the
Nurth Korean naval base of Won-
san They reached this point after
occupying Tongchon In strength
ha their northward push from
Changjon.
On their left the South Korean
eapitol division reached Songhvon
above the parallel.
North Koreans are concentrat-
ing their main defences on the
west coast of the 38th parallel.
aeenrdlng to the American Fifth
Air Force communique to-night
The communique. quoUng th"
pilots' reports, |'-"
per cent of the
ere travelling
Vargas Leads
At Polls
IN BRAZIL
RIO DK JANEIRO. Oct. 7.
Gctulio Vargas, for 15 years the
wrtual dictator of Brazil, to-day
was practically assured of resum-
ing the presidency He wa-
in 1945.
If his come-back attempt suc-
ceeds. Vargas will be the first
presidential Candidaiv* to attain
office without Government sup-
totintry became
Iff"
a %,
public
Three days after 7,800.000 Br;t
nlians went to polls Vargas was
well ahead of his .Tu-Ce opponents.
First official figures In the elec-
toral tribunal gave him 38,392
votes: Chrlstlano Machado, a
social democrat (Government)
candidate received 19.182;
Kduerdo Gomes, a national demo-
cratic Candida* had 19.179 and
socialist Joao Mangabclra 21.
i''inal results are not expected for
the month(Can Press)
ongyang i
.Hi.
id that about fl-
onvoys observed
touth along Py-
Reuter
BOY MARSHALL who
eg tird*ry VaaesVl i
Indonesia
Admits
Invasion
OF AMBON
DJAKARTA. Oct .
Indonesia today admitted for the
first time that her IroojN
vaded Ambon island, centra < I n<-
"rcbcl" South Muluccan BcpubllC
nine days ago.
a Defence Mlalati commun-
tuc today broke I
tained by Indonesia m.
SeptemlKH
The announcement said lhat
"all was quiet' on the invaded
Islands of the ,-t If-proclaimed
South Molucr.m ft. on!
Ambon Radlt :iighl in
broadcast that lighting was ga> r-
on with Ambonese
Today's announcement said that
the islands of Burn, Kei. Aim and
Banda were under Indonesia)
control, Mopping-up oparaUon
against scattered armed groups i I
Ambonese were continuing!
The announcement added that
the Indonesian arm)
about 20 casualties including Lieu
tenant CoFonel Soediarto. Cotn-
mander of the sixth brigade of
the 3rd Division during the land-
ing at Hilulama in the north
The Ambonese suffered many
casualties.
The announcement added:
"Evacuation of Autbo
from the town of An
islands to the east, and to Ceram
commenced a few days ago
Though the evacuation hampered
our operations, it did not prevent
us from carrying out
mut i ni
Keuler
;n,t howi
Hi to the flna
posja i
tagtnnuig to outstrip offlcm
-Covenantors"
Want Their
Parliament
/N SCOTLAND
it Will
n,i7w
nurket .
. n gtVi ted
.
"AL'STOIAIN CIVIL
SERVICE WILL BE PURGED
OF COMMUNISTS"
GLASGOW. Oct. 7
Advocob ., pendtnee
or Sceit.ni,i have buckled
llieiv ,.nii.:iir n .hi, to Hlnke .. bin
IHilihcat blow for a separate
h Parllairtefil
Home ruler? or Covenanters g|
Coun.
en Ueged that Soviet Oc-
eupation author,tie had hindered
\i.Mli., I ,|t|,v
dealing with demonatratM
Henderson IuiihUm the m te i,. >; .
Grauber at lunch Bft-dai In tV'
Austrian legation.
i
la that it would also conUn "
honuur last Ma>', undertal
by the ihm> western Goxernmenu thry call themselves, want s,-.l
to -irei^ihen the .uiihori^ ol IheMalld to have more say In the
Autlrlin Govcrr running of her own affairs
, it ',\ J co"deft' Opinion They say the l^ndon Partla-
i ti' .\r.ijr'n n t.uvenimeiu I ment doas not,
I IAS SocmJwi Vic Ohann. Hot, Aldui f St-haerf told i ?.. *"!?'?" ""'-'i'..-- havo1ScotUah probaam
Rally mi V,.na'..city aqunn. today that the ? S'^poJS l2P&t \
tervice would be purged of Communtsti in and ol tho v.. t majority of ,-e-
; sponstbie Auatrian ritlMU, hi
eea 23.000 and sis.Dou had un tfm"eni and reftroined manner
i ieai'i-1 tn the square from all ('""se reeeni disorders"
Vienna In damonatra- fwluded a th tho aaaurai
Wbratlni "eletory" .....i '' ''"' "" wui eonUnue to oup-
'onvnunial -1 in lovi rnmi

;change rales for the first
id blaektnarket
at the official
I ire* tUeve Um)
i:old and
dollar re-erves and Ihe price
: ra materials
would justif> the Devaluation of
the ; ound
Swi Sterlina
Bwtuerland aV rUssj i
in Switzerland lo
Mine ileVJlil.ln
Untouchability
KaniH-tl In Pakistan
KARACHI, PAKISTAN. Oct. 7.
Pakistan on Friday took the first
steps to ban untouchability. A
Constituent Assembly approved
unanimously tho report of Its
Committee on human rights with
a clause banning untouchabilit"
included.
Untouchability, ihe defiling
quality of the low caste Hindu,
from the point of view of the
strict high caste Hindu, has caused
oppressive restrictions in the past.
Caa. Frees.
A Hacks By
! Gueriliaa Decrease
In Indo-China
i .. SAIGON. Oct. 7.
Vietminh guerilla attacks on
, French outposts on the rugged
Vu-tminh-China border were de-
creasing, the French army reported
f to-day.
A spokesman said that there
I was no viestion of a guerilla
I "general offensive'".
i A combined force of Foreign
| Legioita res, Moroccan and Viet'
namese soldiers which had to
evacuate frontier outposts at Cao-
hangihad joined the relief column
of French para-troops and wa&
now returning to the frontier are*.
Elsewhere in Indo-Chinn.
French forces were clearing out
pockets of Vietminh resistance
the spokesman said.
Heater.
Draft Machinery
For U.S. Doctors
WASHINGTON, "hi 7
The drall m.itiiii.Li. iui aocloi.-
in the United States starU
operating on October 16. Prodi-
dent Truman on Ftida)
registration on that date o[
medical men who got aithe, G.
ernment financing or selective
service deferment (or Iheii
studies during the
War. but did not see 21 months
of national service
The turn of other ):
dentists and vetorlnartan
later.
VIENNA, Oct. 7.
political arena
nger
an) time ifiico dvvaunitloii. Fran
market trade is only about one
franc below the offcisl rate and
Swiss financiers are Km regard-
ing sterling as mm of ihe world's
stronger currencien They are Imv-
tiv Into the hig iMrUni b* luaa Iheg ix-itcve
ttl the Scottish i the official rate to be too low and
ippi.i i.it,
th>m
e
I
the I'l'rl,
I]
l*st Thursday's Aiistit
n and -honied sh^ul 10 t^ fbuV oeeuprl
I of C i
nni-t 'down nrt*h 'raitor- na Mid n goon bm.....
uun -.,> Oh Si ! ,,,,. ,, ,K-ei,p-
i
ach .if vlowi
an< oavourtd to disturb the peace
in v.nieu dtatrlct LooaJ police
ii
lis. Vie, Chancellor's
fa : pie lolUiwed a
already given by Interioi
Osc.tr Helnter that tho
orte would be purge*I ..f
o supported live re i .t
Commi.aist demonstrators
ijivyxi-m wage price
Thirty-two loaders of this
week's demonstrations have bant
ordered to stand trial
I Earlier t,..lay S.h.,ei f wu.nul
Hut < 'onunujqat deinrmstra'ion:
were .. "dress rehearsal" for fu-
nol strong enough to____
troubla raakei i fron
iuiisI oal buildings which they hud
Icies | Illegally eacupled", Ihe note weivt\
(Rente.- } '
dlatrtct of (Ilasgim where a by-
election will be held on October
The tvvemi'itei* who claim
1.1....." UppogPsra in Kent lard
.11.) ..VITS.M- .,,. ,.l imltlll f. ,,
Iheir plebiscite when UW] OBal
their Parllamentarv votes John
Macormich. the Covenanters' Chief
iM "ti ratdav thai ' conAdt it
all hOW |,l I"
'han fltl ier eenl of Hw voter* In
Favour of Beottlab Ooa^nunani to
lenl with domestic matter-
Can Fre-
in
Increasing Dumoari nf Swiss in-
'estors are hiiying Ilrltlsh war
".in in nihfi Government bonds
ind man> merchants are covering
xehange risks by buying
i '
llankiriu circles are cautious
anoul Inre-atUna ie I'"' ..i.kmarket
a/lth the official
rale in ihe next few weeks thev
would ti r thia a potntar'
Holland banking and business
' i-i.v u> rumours
or sterling revaluation despilr
banking '
"-otirlani in bl/
l.uMiiessea
re roverina ihemselvei
ih'lft-
Ik banking houses.
Inked with Britain
Churchill Anticipates
Defeat Of Socialists
In Next Election
i
,, , LONDON, Sunday.
Mr Winston Churchill, Britain's wartime Prime Minister
and now opposilion leader, today anticipated the defeat in ,
the next election of "this incompetent Socialist administra-
tion.'
Eight Die In
Reign Of Terror
shillong, India, Oct. ;
Eight people nave gUCM I
Communist inspircl reinn ol
terror which followed ... i
August earthquakes In the Bfb-
sagar District of North Ea't India,
the Chief Minister Hishnuram
Medhi of Assam said on Friday
Sibsaiiar. a subdistrU-l of Assam,
was declared a disturbed area
-fter the earthquake which ww..
one of the most severe ,
SIR JOHN 1AINT. Kt.. rrtnrn.d
from oanana rest
l>y T.CA 11' is ....-lured, here
cenung n rrein the plane.
Sir John Saint
Kei urns
BIB JOHN BAJNT K-
the mem.. ,(.uv Mo.
OOfl winch
1 lo- a month ago for
hg (.. JCA accompanied by
Hr e peana, who acted v
to the Coipm.
a through Cana-
I Mr IJeone went

'he Secretary of Agriculture,
nun and the Head of
' ienl ol Depart'
Ml Myers
r.C.A flight
' i B ... oa, arrlvlni one da}
I'er Mr Adams/ return Mr
ibei of the
Ion is still in Canada,
Cuifaciu Will Seiul
\mud Forces
To Europe
MONTREAL Oct. 7.
MlnlauH LouJ
^T i lurent bail ntfhi gave the
;.sioi!\ei,-.i Indication that Canada
would send .,!,., hll)1..
to Europe as a contribution to
the Allsintic Pact defence
W tiiat the armed /orces
Ol (.isada "miM be uppropr nte|v
rt-pranntvd i.v Uitastttod
r-rre whie), u to be ,
in the North Atlantic alliame'
for the defeme ..f waSAern
rajaape
St. LauraM maoV tali declara-
11 ipMCe. prepared for
1 i lo Ihe Canadian Indus
trial Priparedness Association
he Canadian 1'iess News
said that the ibi i
ii.t-rpieted h ., ..(,,,., |
I.. Oovarnrnant wanted a special
rorce of in.ooo sent to Buj ipt
cither as an alternalive ;,. Korea
"i ifter tli! K..n ., ... ii a mi.
The possibility w ,ls ifeM parl q|
the force would k<> to Korea as
a token force while fog l>ulk of
Europe,
St. Laurent stressed that Can-,
ada's numpower conlnbution m
Europe must be relatively sma I1
and that Europe's greatoV.
imuted ate need was not nisn-
powssr hut arms.
Canada's largest peacetime help,
he said, must Inevitably be In am
i i odsjctlon
Keuter.
Cmatftt's Mineral
Industry Faces
/fright Future
N i AHIO. Oct 7.
i' growing rnlnaraJ jn
nstry no- is worth Sl.OOO.noo.Uiio
< and ran .i brifhl future
r i egpan . pmeni oi
M

i i" i' are Indtcatlono that
c.,n,i.i.i ,s .,,,, ,,,.,, i,ii,,; the r. i.
(rant position as erorld pmliwai
11 'i uoa oil. iron ore uud ntanluni
' ..... "i < *|K-e< Ii prepared for
oatieer) al Quaeai'i University
whan he waa given an honorary
l>iM-tor of Laws Degree.
Can. I1,,
Varsity Student,* ^F'S
Threaten Strikes eisJT........"""' m'"""
ulrr.
Yug Fired On 11nlmu-ian-
-TASS
U '.,,) >\. 11 ,
Ruaaiari Nan
aU on Km ., ii ttulaaru tta i
onai in , .
Brad machlM guns n Bi
lardl m new i
lion.
The protest was handed to Ihe
'' -' I.''- An.I, |, ,,, Si.ti ,
Tass said tin- note :.a d that the
iniiderii ooouttad on September
'i Can Pre.
NOMINATED TO
VDAb LEG. CO.
ir o.r .. cwNtaeaaMl,
POIfl OF-SPAIN
HIS Excellency The Governoi
of Trinidad. Sir Hubert ltance
has nominated Mr Gerald Wight.
Miss Audrey Layne Jeffcrs.
M U E Mr. II. r. s Artiu,
Bennett. M II ., Mr Lennar.l
;/ '"it.-nay Hannays. K<\ and
MADRID, (K-t. 7
Spanish engineering students
beam then new University term
tomorrow in a teti.e atmosphere
i jpi ......|i ntii ii
"iui"' nver aoverrunenl do
u p.....
glnaarlruj t ouogi m
own degrees.
The oeeraa which apt i
I .... lorm of pro
test from University Engnn crina
professors and gtudanti
Universities. Keuter
NUNS EVACUATE
MUNICH, t.ciiiunv, Oct. 7.
A mass movement of nuns from
Chechoslovakia to Germany aggft-
.Mth lurniture waa an-
ounced on rrlday The United
II ita lull in .Me- n nun-, nl toe Hot) CrOU Ordci
(Spelled from Commung I I
| lloeakla, hud rcinned Bnvnnu
I'M. Prr
POLICE SEIZE
ARMS DUMP
TURIN. Oct. 7.
I'nii . ..a, -ei/ed ..iii.lhi'i sceret
arms dump in the Fmt Moim and
iks. Ihe rourth -ince
August, acccordtni to th.- news.
i>ons including Oarrnan ;mtl-tank
lored n> the ruins
i trthouaa
Raaler.
Toll the Advocate
the News
Ring I11S
Day or Night
Ihe Arlvncale pays for
IfSWS.
Sir Harold Rrnesi Hohlnson to the
Trinidad Legislative Council
Peace Treaty
In Early Stage
NEW YORK. Oct 7.
WWUtlona for a Jataneae
Peace Treaty are still In an ex- I
Ploratory ataaa ajfaar nearly a
month of behind scenes aetivitv
b> diplomats of the United
John Foster Dulles has taken
the lead hare to implement
President Truman's Sept 14, order
to the State Department to get
such i-ilks underway Between the
sessions of the General Assembly
he ha* t*-ci, meeting wfth repre
aantaiivaa of such Pacific powers
l' Australia, New Zealand and
tl Philippines
Dulles said, however, that
these talks are merely an c--
change of views and actual
negotiation* will be earned on at
Government level.Cf).
In
Bta uaj
n ted
... the
official weekly magazine of the
Censervative Party. Mr Churchill
said that all members must be
"constantly active in propound-
1 < onscrvative faith and
countering the many wicked false-
hoods our opponents cast about
us".
The review published an emer-
gency rasolulion on foreign policy
U be put forward at the Conserv-
ative Party's Annual Conference
starting at Blackpool. Lancashire
pn October 12
It calls on (he conference Co
pledge the party lb a foreign
policy 'carried out in closest as-
sociation with the Flrltish Empire;
ad Commonwealth. and our
European partners, the purpose of
which shall be to secure peace by "
neaoUatlon from strength." I
In view of Hie International
situation the resolution strorsgly
condemns the Government's deci-
sion to nationalise the British I
iron and steal Industry.Beater
U.N. Sanction MacArthur's
Crossing Of 38th Parallel
FLUSHING MEADOWS, Ocl 7
The United Nations
Assembly to-night gave
Douglas MacArlhnr the 'go
rhead" for crossing the 38th par-
allel in the pursuit of the (Teeing
North Korean '
This was the effect al ait ejghl
power resolution passed hy 47
votes to S with 7 abstentions'
Only the Soviet Union and Its
M.pporler* voted against.
The plan aimed at es:
unified and independent Korea
waa embodied in the following
rrnmmenrintions
1. All appropriate pteiw to be
'.(Km to onaure rend I
^tabilitv tliroughoiit R>
prove-! by 4*. \
abstentions).
2 Al! aonaartuant
t.iken including th.- li'dding of
elections under United Nations
auspices for establishme- '
unified independent an
Korea.
'
3 All sections ann
bodies in Not
ro-operate in
peace, hold,:
lions and establishing a unified
. I for 3 against.
4 That United Nations
mid not remain in any
KOapt as neces-
sary to iijects of
I
5. That all necessary meas-
ures be taken to adl I
economic rehabilitation of
-....,,
' a new
United Nations Commission in
Korea consisting of Australia.
Chile. HoII-ind. Pakistan. Phil-
ippine- Turkey and Thailand
The Assembly rejccte-l the
Soviet motion for tho with-
drawal of all foreign troops
rrom Korea. Voting was 48 to
B win, 7 abstentions
Plan IJnarreplahlc
The Soviet delegate Jakob Malik
describing why he voted against
'v plan declared It was
'completely unacceptable as it
Provide, (or complete occupation
T Korea and in no way calls fo-
peaceful settlement of the Korean
onflkt
India was among the seven
nations which abstalne-i |
oaiartt) plan Bh n.-nrgai Rau,
Indian r>i-legate told the Assem-
"iv that his country viewed with
Caveat misgivings that part of
the plan which he said authorised
if not positively
cationoccupation of North Korea
by the United Nations
The Indian Government fear.
the result might be to proton
North Korean resistance and eve
extend the area of the conflict.
The other .six countries wnl. .
.ibstaitied on the majority pla
were Egypt, Saudi-Arabia, Yemen
Yugoslavia, Indonesia and Leb-
anon,
There was litt'e outward drama
in the passage of the historic reso-
lutlon
President Nasrollah Entagam of
Persia, briskly called for a sho-
ot hands on each paragraph cm<->
was quickly approved by an over-
v.li> lining majority
A Vote on the resolution as i
whole came after each paragraph
had been adopted separately.
Tli.- S.ivn- motion calling for
Immediate withdrawal of .1
foreign troops was relected para-
graph hy paragraph
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SI NOW ADVOCATI'.
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1*511
CaJiib QaUinq
His KXCELLENCY the Qov-
f Antigua. Mr K W
Hla.kburne leave-, t.-d,i. fol St
UiajuUaa,
will -
AftUgua on Qtsifcii iMh
.Mr Rlnrkhiiifir prat;
v.-,t 9) Kit) .-V . (>>t ;i lrrajer
stay u toon u po*-sibi'
Old Harrisonian
MR. and Mr- al.
MM -pent two wwks holiday
g first with Mr Gill's
mother at the Crane, then with
hi* l>rither at Wot ton Estate.
Christ Church, returned tn Cana-
da yesterday by T C.A.
An Old Harr.aonian. Walrond
wa a keen cricketer at school
He I* now In Canada where laff
ti stationed for two years on a
business trtp for hi* firm. He i-
n Enmun and tin. M his first
trip home in fifteen years.
is the daughter of Sti
.v. Secretary of the ln-
f Mechanic,)) Engineer^
Family Meeting
MRS PETER ?OHLEV. her
. Audre\ Fraser
end Mrs Eraser's Iwm children
Peter and Valerie were among thi
paaaenairu arriving from Canada
bv T.C.A yesterday morning
Their last visit to Barbados wa
in 1M8 and Baal) plan to ata>
about six weeks this trip. Mrs
3orte> l a sitter of the lets Man
is'rat. 11 M. Seon
WITH Hlh daughter Patricia an one
*-'li both oi tbeei at the party at thi
wadding anniversary and tln-ir daughU
ids. and his wife on Uie other, Capt. Raiaon cuts the cake
r home on Friday night. It was the aUlaons' twenty -second
: Patricia's twenty first birthday.
Here Again
MK and Mrs "BUI" Gilllng-
hi
A* luck would have it M
Sorley's niece Mrs Eunice Sav- wne. aeeompanicd by thcl
oury was at Sea well to meet her
lone with other friend* find rela
Itfl B fCW
i on her way to Antigua.
ivr.
Ten For Tan Expected Exfenalon
ISS AI.MA LA BADIE. first a RRANGEMENTS are being
ham are here again from *?* Weit Indian to join the Wo- Xm. made. 1 understand, for cx-
Caracat Pat another holiday. They men's Auxiliary Air Force in the tension of thy cheaper air parcel
three last war Is worried Some time post service from the U.K. to the
hildren Ann, Dick" and Surjin. ago she decided to produce a mag- Caribbean by the end of this year.
Ann I* now at Codnngton High azlne. It was called Tan" Bu'. It mean.-, that parcels of a mini-
School and Dick i* going to the monetary difficulties have arisen mum weight of half a pound mav
.odgc and Mis* La Badie is having be sent at a charge of five shil-
Jttt aboul three weeks stay in Mr Gillingham is Manager of trouble In getting advertisers to lings as against the existing a..
Parbadffl '.he Shlumberger Company, not take space freight charges, the minimum for
Mr* Savoury shottld have re- only of their Branch in Caracas, Her friends arc working very which is 1. 15s The air parcel
turned earlier m" the wfk but but throughout the whole of hard on her behalf Last week she post service ha*already been in-
natilfj to get a passage. South Amenea. This well known attended dinner given by the b^fctcad 0 WiPM parts of the
Fortunately the delsv enabled her <>mpany is associated with the Men and Women of Today Club. Commonwealth and has achieved
oi;i aunt whom -he 13d production of Oil In South Amerl- where she had been invited to great nieces Senders of smaller
1 seen n na.w VeaS ea and it- Head Offiee is in Cara- meet several prominent people parcels of goods have derived
MrT wu, ? ** ?h7 wife of ? Amon* mhc" lhe M"*""' "' "*' St"**1 '>"' Ptal gar.
Mr Wank Savour Manager 1 Thc% are staying at Cacrabank. Oonegall has promised to 00 what fflM. Thoufh I is accepted that i:
!? .. ***"* TV, K' l"*"a*!^r > cn. and she was certain her will be the end of the -car before
Cable Ar Wireless Branch in qjj jq Qta^ri aifflcultles would soon be over- the scheme covers the whole of the
Antigua _- come. "If I can get ten people to Caribbean, some of the islands
x. ... Ll- ur:(. r"aFF lo c,n*8 yosterday morn- 1)tr#c to lake len page! for a year, may be able to take advantage <>f
1 o meet flit Wife KJ mg by T.C.A were Mr and then I shall be able to go ahead," it within the next month or -..
Mb Drvnna mtntrta u .1 M"- !fn.N.,block Th'*, w,n ,be he said. Negotiations are going on between
R RONNIE HUGHES was at Mrr Niblocks tlrat visit lo her the postal authorities in England
morning home in Windsor Ontario, tn six Back Home and those in the Caribbean
10 meet h's wife who arrived from year* Mr Niblock i.s roing on ,,, ,b , ^^^_ So a London friend has wrim ,
Canada by T.C A. Mr Hughe- buaiiicaa and WlL visit New York.' A FTLR ,wo r"onU tn Canada. (o le)| mf
ainved from Canadu at the be- Toronto and Montreal. ..-* Mrs. A Peterkin and Mrs
ginning of September and is now They 1
teaching at Comherniere School months.
ml niiiiiireai. u . i\ rnfmni ttiiti ini:-
pert to be awav for twtHMary Gale, returned yaaterday
ncrning by T (' A
ddad
AMONG the passengers leariug by T.CA. yeaUrdar for Canada were (left to right) Master Robert Mc-
Leod. Mr. Rosemary McLeod. Mr- Lee Nlblock and Mr. Ian Niblock.
Returned
MR. BRINDLEY from Tr
has been having; a PghUda:
in Barbados, and 10 use hta ow 1
words, has had a wonderful tin.'
lie has now returned with the
happiest memories He was gtaj -
ing at Cacrabank.
May Settle Here
MR. AND Mils STANLEY
JONES have arrived li
Barbados from Peru and Columbi.,
with a view to aeAIing down her'
Mr. Jones waa with the Tropir.i
OH Company, Bogota, Columl 1.1.
end also one of the Top Bxtru-
Uves or the International Pet'o-
leum Coy. Peru atf Lima. He W 1
also Administrator for the Mavj
i.uring the war.
He has lived many years In
South America and was with the
RA.F. in World War I. They are
fci'ests at Cacrabank,
Congratulations
/CONGRATULATIONS to Ml-
Ivy AJIeyne who has jus
been appointed Organizer of tin
Housecraft Centre. Miss Alle.Mv
whoso substantive post was
Inspector of Domestic subjeti>
attached to the Education 01).
was seconded to the Housecraft
Centre from April 7. 1040.
Her appointment takes effect ai
from August 1, 1950.
Here For A Week
Left Yesterday
A FTER four months holiday
Weddinf
Manager of W. Speyer "'
n __ ,, ... For.'-of-Spuin arrived from Trini-
ror The Unveiling oad ymterday morning bv
MISS ALICE C. FRANKLIN I EAVING B>rbndo on rrlday B.W.I.A. to spend a week
was married on Saturday Jj "'lenioon by B.W.I.A. for lollday Austin Is u Uorbadi^.
Mrs D o. Lcacoek, Mrs Hose- September 30th to Mr Putcel' Trinidad were Mr. John Beckles, who has been living in Trlnlda^
Di'JLSll^i 'PIS!? *h ? oCI Ev'l>'n " "> Income Tav Director of the Barbados Co- for several year..
He, hui\..7whow...lS JBaf ^P"""'"' The wedding whlc, Operative Bank and Mr F. D. Forty Eight Ye.r.
Sans on holld.v returned! t., "'"">' Kre.labiut amonth'r.go """"''" <=-- '""-"' S '"- <*"<>*" C" Bfwn Vl.ltg
T.C.A. Wlot
AFTER a week's holuUi> In
Barbados. Capt and Mrs
Smith lift by T C.A r*
terday morning Before returning
lo their home in Toront>- however,
they plan to upend a week in
Bermuda en route Capt. Smith ll
kept
orange bloasoma; she carried
lymquet of Airthurium Lilies and
Michael's Cathedral. "The cere- director of the Barbados
mony was performed by the Rev Operative Bank. I VE no* *** to Barbado* fo,
A. E. Armstrong assisted bv the They have been Invited to" forty-eight years", Mr. Evan
Rev. H Lane Trinidad for the unveUmg of a S. Field told Carib yesterday
The bride was given m marriage bu>l of *he late Dr. McShine. morning, shorvly arter he lande-rl
by Mr Torrence Franklin Shr C.B.E.. founder of the Co-Opera at Seawell by T.CA.. enrout-
wore a dress of lineal sheer and I've Bank in Trinidad. from Booton via Canada. A Bar-
nylon Her veil of illusion tull" Thc ceremony will be performed badlan. ht is a brother of Mr.
place bv a tiara of 'r--morrow by Sir Hubert Ranee. St. Clair Field, of St. Philip with
r.overnor of Trinidad. whom he will be staying.
Mr. Beckles and Mr Symmonds Mr. Carl ton Browne, his nephew
will be returning over the week- and Mrs. Browne were at Seawell
attached. end. ti meev him.
Her i-ndesmaids were th. Leaving By The "Nelgon" Second Season
IS 'Silt'* Gllt*n" nd 2^! T^HE Hon. Murtogh Guinness. Vf ISS GERMAINE GAONON
"' ,'2,5 7,? L".".*1" JV,n0 *" mo"t the Passengers 1VX .rr.ved by T.C.A. yesterday
SSE v"V^1,"^rl"andblu* ""-vlng Barbados, by the Lady morning from Montreal and
Headdresses. Their bouquets were N.iMn i),.nm,r<.w n.sht '- ""-'l rw
",in'" ,, ., .., the BrlUsh NOrUicrn Islands
Mr. C iichlnw Matthews w;n. .*. >. ... u ...
and the ushers eie After Month s Holiday
Mensrs Neville Phillips and Law- \fRS CIjSIE StlEPPARU who Canada yesterda
reaee Hneh ** ha^ been spending n month T C.A. and will be here for t
After lhe ccremonv a reception in Barbados win her son Mr. and a half months. Her last V
was held at "Auburn'. Chapman Andrew Shopuard and his family, here wm in IMS. She will
Street, the home of the Bride's returned to Trinidad on Friday staying with Mr and Mrs. G
parents. afternoon by B.W.I .A. don Crawford in Belleville.
Pilot with T.C.A. flying tneU Y:'~^\Z\,'Z",""'''\.t*"v" ,"""
Inland services in Canada He 9uewl*nn> f*g wh "liver
has been flying for elf
and was in the R.C A K during
the last war.
They were accompanied
, | .t.ointit.i- Ju-1.
A Barbadian
Ml! LEONARD LESLIE wfa ..,,,
has been spending Iwi
weeks holiday with Mr and Mrs
C. C. Leach, returned to Toronto
r.c.A
Mr Leslie, Who If Mis LeachS
111,'tl.. I "1 "I ',;
"Famous Players Canadiai
Corps A Barbadian, he has bec.i
living for thlrty-aevea
Canada
the Marine Hotel Office once
i rain this tourist season. She
: waa down here last year and re-
lumed in June for a holiday
Lagt here in 1939
MRS MARIE GOFORTH
arrived from California vl.i
morning
ll I< Itmxt. Ifllis m\0. oir rwn THE
iiiuin: or the yeah
EMPIRE
ihc happiest cveni of the season! All the fun and farce and
mil ajntmlin moments from the Honorable Inlention". up
to the Wedding March!
DONT MISS
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SUNDAY, (K'TOBRB 8. l5ll
SI M)AY ADVOCATE
I' u.i. 1 mil i
r-V.W.V.VA%-.".%W.%%%"."--.^,V.".V.".V t
Which face would you
like?
Ai II.. (iiMum:
'Lost Boundaries9
11. .. it-
PICTURESno matter how g*id- dealing with racial
probk n passed up by the movie-going public
Tbey think the} are too serious or might provoke undue
feVlfog I hope this will noi be the case with "Loat Bound-
u u, h is playing at the New Plasa.
daafi on tact, it Is a most St. John'* Church. Portsmouth.
hougt.'ful. under standing study of N.H wbo plays the same role in
i CPCi-.l probta* honestly pre- the him, though jnder a c
vmad. and (he st >ni-dociimeiil;iiv name. His fi itndlv personality,
H gives i realism that warmth and human kindness .
is intensified bv In- sincerity and felt from the n onMnt he comes
\ of an outstanding cast The controvei ial U erne has been l> enables the Carters to mid tin
courageously handled and the happiness they deserve
result is a profoui dly stirring film.
Loui* da Koclifiiumt, originator
t is the story if ;i young cul- ol "The March of Time"", has pro-
vi doctor, wki after a series duced s moving and provocative
rejections on the part of both 'I'm and his achievement u one
THERE is one woman all
women would secretly like to be.
The epitome of chic and ease, she
stands out from the crowd (mean-
ing, of course, other women) and
looks wonderful whatever she
wean.
She is spoken of as "That
elegant Mrs. So and So.- She is
not popular, for Ihe elegant
woman is definitely not liked by
other women, either because they
nvy her or because they feel
inadequate in her presence.
As for menthe more daring
like to be seen with herthe rest
are just plain frlghtenend to
death
What is elegance"'
Life
EMJEGAXCE a*.
It must never be confused with,
smartness for the two have nothing
in common. Elegance demands
flair, judgment, confidence It is
a rsre achievement which, apart
from a certain self-satisfaction,
pays surprisingly few dividend*
It requires an overtime effort
in all sorts of directions, and at
least three natural giftsa trim,
slender figure, tremendous poise,
and a gift for wearing clothes that
no matter how cheap in price
look expensive and distinctive.
Good looks are totally unneces-
sary. Irrc,;ular, but sinking fea-
tures and n sleek coiffure are
PHE1IIXIvss
Real elegance Is to be found
more often among French and
American women than British,
partly because British woman sel-
dom have dress sense, and partly
because they are frightened to
death to frighten men
And prettiness* Prettiness. par-
ticularly the fluffy kind, is totally
at variance with elegance A god
figure is not essential. Retrousse
feature's, softly curled hair, and a
rounded figure are.
PreUy women can always be
popular. Men go aftrt thru'.
Even other women like then-
Sit<l Hub
with Father-
is THE HIGH-SPOT FOR MICHAEL REDGRAVE'S DAUGHTER
because It I* easy to be con-
descending about them: "She s a
pretty little thing" conveys a
world of disparagement
Try to be condescending about
an elegant woman In the same
way'
With a little 'rouble llian ll 00
reason In the world why a girl of
ordinary charms can't look devas-
tatingly pretty. The only draw-
back Is it is a Held in which
there Is a lot more competition.
John French hen- illustrates
the point with two photograph*
Well which face would JOU
liki- io U' yours' P.D.M.
L K.S.
THY THIS
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O Geti skin really clean
Banishes perspiration odour
Uavei ttd) seet and dainty
AVOID OFFENDING-USE
red and wh te group*.
: small "own in N > H,w: t ,
v-hera ho aaa) hi- wife "peas" as
while yniakaVsji. heir true back-
uroun* is ub^iim i UM towns-
l->lk Mr ahtgfli*n are born ami
i.-d to b-pavr that lhei ara arhfttc
For utffly yeaTS, they Uve there,
..nd the lbctor*a character and abil-
ity win for them the deep regard
and alTecti'inate respect of the en-
lire community. In lMz, the doctor
and his ** offer their services ti
' high merit.
"FATHER OF THE UK1DE'
showing at the Empire Theatre Is
a light, amusing and cheerful
cumeoy giving father's view
all the preparation-, and what-
h.ive-you for the- formal wedding
ol the only daughter Uascd
Kdward Strvetcr**. best-seller of
the same name which Is hilarlous-
l> lUustraleri b> Gluyas WV
It does not, however, measure up
io the original and then- Mm
.,. be loo mui h effort on the part of
he direct
Jle FAM/LYFoodDr/nk
Stimacte in/
CADBURYS
TEATIME ON THE SET
openly ! In many cases,
even recognised
THERE is no mistaking Vanessa Redgrave.
Dressed, say. as Hamlet, in a romantic
white shirt and black tights, she would
be lust like a younger edition of her father.
At 13* he h" already made up har mind
about her career.
"I want to become an actress as soon as I
leave aohooi." ahe says. "My parenta have no
objection."
School is at Queens-gate, in South Kensington
"When I first want there 2* yearn ago everyone
wanted to know what gag lather was like.
-1 don't think having i
For your study
_ _. lamous actor
should main- Bill dlffeienoa Tom have not turd Jo the
lil^antrv Ye' '**- t UM IBf urdniiuy lathSf.
SRi*?, uibhes Us; St other limes he Is
very nice andi kind, lie briar** In aUoadnTw a* much
frredom as potalDle.
"We ihinn" fth* ir*" laefade* soMMtrer a.rer Lynn.
oho is 7?aaef ffSmm Omm. 35 u n. he'- just the
right latin r
n,.- Redai >vrs live in a lovely llth century house
SoudMsthls vwr Um went lo WooUcombe. in Nortli
Vanessa UivB tne loii* wall"
and talks she ha* ih he;
father. We d vu n ev m th.nt
she says, "Irom si'.roiv".
fourh dimension -ud. oi course,
the theatre l
hi. of bubi a_J
ncor hai iw dtaadTaniafat.
however. V tl
see much of him.
#.ien lies making a mm. because
tlien he's mi '
w + *
Now Vanessa L I > r Jiesrsut:
for the school'.- cnr.stms* piai
iA-:iwij &:>* aaasi io*
sh. and pw Joan, sal Hicha .
Rfttsravpii.ll be -t tB< tint Jiou
' He Till I-' me Know laiei
that evening 11 I dani do a ell.
aid Vanesiiv
S0r'.,oSa ii irp .. ..--ol t.
* males >^n .. oesk U -ou gave
mm the design for it. Y lav any flit nc vou irl n i
For example b k
cuo!ry not-i ev*n a cci.-i lu*M
' ii'd^corsted RMh SpOrtS
coleura or elub perdsn's
Thr IfAgtave
lil.AK lif>.\K . .
iikhi'svai i itii::
WA1ER1E OOODB^RNK (III,
of B-xlev. Kent and her
< i' ^ham <9i oan a luiy.
une-iijrv-powor car. wfticM ihey
have ocn driving now 1jr several
monirn
She iys: "We an arwan
c*,!.g aMied out io garden pi
aa-l ffti-i. where m eolie,
from (flier children lor r.d i
'Then we givs ihe a
chanty."
'.: *-" vaiit sjolve U 9
Sat Vysirr Word
Now. If you
Baissji
Know that the first
moans to snare.
The second is for moun-
tatne-
K safeguard to rrlleve tneir
fears.
And l the third word, heres
a clue
You'll nnd these creatures in
the Zoo.
The fourth Is something mat
annoys
All fathers, mothers. girU and
boys.
Fireworks for
a Viking
THE king on this stamp ss.!l
to conquer England, and
ended up In seven feet ol earth
measured for
imiu hv King
Harold at the
hauls ol Stan
lord Bridge.
near York.
Ml that w
now ik
r.. tl.. mm K .p"."> "^j.'.'sr.;*^'' ""xi" "">.
..round lad 'h> .h,-k w Ih.- doc- ''"',""-" '"^ ",'!'T"'"""."
ir#- -^hlll tor every other ilntik
ltd ''" *u" I'o. ujutbcvoMdui uilorl.
lyn to get Into his morning coat of
'iclenl viMtanethr supori iliotH
I aterer and the usual aouuMiiiir
The cast boasts no outstandiuK vved*uluI in'osont, in Uits case a
screen pcraunaliliev hut each '"'"f "'.Venus deMilo with .
member has contributed a mem- cl9c* In her stomach: These are
oral,* performance. Both Mel '" romkally presented, but on
Kerrer and BoatrU* Pearson, as ,he whole, the action laits. |kir
the doctor and his wire Rive in- iwulprly In the weddlnj rehMrsal.
teruretatlons to their roles that ^hlch could have been really
|n asMtUvc. sincere and deeply fuony. but which Is rathe, tlro-
rooMi. YounR Richard llylton wine.
"A. "'."' i"",. '' Woul'' *"*; Spencer Tracy and Joan Uen
daSMte -And smonR ytmgjn- , ,,. u ,
i.. Ic .. A ,,.ui,t. ..uvfi ilendid. Thev make Ideal
t nlven.itv student who becomes moden, parent., and Mis. Uen-
hltter iin.1 disillusioned on learnln, ,.., ,,,., m.u.tl,| ,, |MV,
of his backjTound. his perform- ,. JaulA ,., j, ., .,..,._
snee is a flno one. For a young uva mother Soanear Ton sa
L"*" ~hm- h~,ric"' "f"V'U" U-d Is hunK-aroiorunderM.,^!,'.,
have ben of comparatively short ,, ssj-ssa. , ,,- l^a.. ,no,.t
duration he 1. nm.rlt.bly poled ^ a TirnTrtTaJSZlfi.
I.., a ,erio,e,~ ,,;- ., ,. , ,, .hTT,,,,,,,'
| often seen In the younscr k!,..1 ,.,., focl ,, ^
Canada l*e. as Hie superintend- as lu.,,ke when everv
^ve.0' sX&isEiiriss '&~ is& ?52.
'"' nl*'"! ix-rformsnce ami ,rt ?, ,hp ,w voulw
Hi /," -5. 'T' C,,r,7.in <""" I" '< of whmn no more
the poll... station Is one of the nf_., tM. ..
most lunnanty sympnthetic and
undersUnidln. In the entire lllni rhr settings nnd .tmosphL.- .
The ouuuuwllns; amateur actor i homelike and attractive, and the
Rev Robert Bam, Hector ol dlologue bright and amusing
YES, it's fact..

more dentists in the U.S.A.
recommend and use IPANA
than any other tooth paste^
* R.n, USA ,
Ha
Hi nil
. itau
kiag Vifcins
Harsld Hard-
!ade-*s Ihey eelebrat- l
luntKlav of the cit, he
-OBlO.
Warhke Haralo ami. :
'UrUled by UM
file re .i.
ihan a child;- "
worga.
Perfaratmii I i
4S or- ... .
Four Men Will Spend Winter
11,700 Feet Up
Fot.i British aclentisti. me .M
next iiiunth to spend the winter
on Uie top uf mi 11.700ft. high
Swiss mountain They will N>
tlii-ir own cooks.
Leau. r of tho party, Mr. J A.
Newh. of Manchester University,
will taka his turn at the stove,
although he admitted to-day thai
he la nut a good cook
"Our supp' if. will be wnl up
rrori Wengen. 7,000ft. tit-low. '
lie Bald
I i m no Idea what tit of
meals we will have."
Bacon and Keps
"Although we are on the Con-
tim-nt. wt will have bacon and
egg* f the majority want."
Living at high levels' for uny
length of time causes nervous
strain which rnay result in
jMplaiBQsaji und restlessness.
Tn tiv in .iv.i.i.iii, ili.ii. the
Mcieniists will take u two-day
holiday down the mouiiU-m awn
three wtvks or tnunlh of their
MihImiii; AlOlU
Shower.
Their mountain-top stay is to
continue research thin has been
going on in tMs country and
Franco into the ahowers of newly i
discovered particle* produced1
*hen the atom la broken by eoa- I
mic rays.
I-rofcssur Blackotl, leading
ilrlUsh atom scientist, may visit
Mr. Newth's party at the rvsearcn
?laliw on the Jungfraujoch,
LBS-
aARE you discouraged
I became you suffer distress from
/SSK COMPLAINTS
which makes you NERVOUS,
HIGH-STRUNG on such days?
Air you liouhlrd by disUaaa of fssasjg fuiKliuonl
monthly distutlwnccs winch msfcaS y<>ii suller fiom
pain, frel SO nxrvous. cranky, restless. Weakat
such tanas? Tlif n uo t ry 1-ydia F-. Ptnttham*! Vege-
table C'Hiipound to relieve such tymptomi!
In a rtwnl uiedical test it iovcd rematkably
aetpfwl to aronirfl troot.led Ihti way. Why don't
you a*t smml and liy it youill?
Pinkhani'a Coiii|>ouimI la what Doctors call a
uterine sedative It h' a m-nd >->thiog effect on
Of BOnKirli nu.,t 1'ii/Miria.rif Ort*M.
aken regularly Pinkhait>' Coni|>ouiid hetiw
hoild up leaiitaiire agnimt such dif
1
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Khir I
NOT1; O, y.u may pr.l.. IVDIA I.
rtWHSM'l TAtLITt . odds. Itasi.
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. OCTOBER
1930
Norman Marshall Scores Century
Fine Weather Sees
Some Fine Batting
SCORi: BOARD

EOHN GODOA
*" i ivsdaj A
In WOpfa her,-. WH
ncrorderi ihcin.
inwUst, schoolboy or mare
linj lor nave I ever sewn nn.vlhiiik to <.-qu.il it.
It is all over^now and rrai il 1 say it Tor mywvlt. the account
I ha* been accurate and pui:.cv*orthy.
Hawed thr toui and bava nmuawd iin- epoch
making deeds of Its sixteen members which will not lie left u
POLK'i: 1*1.AV INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET
U UM I Hunk it lilting that some tribute should be
paia to U CricKtl AuociaUon, Sir Allan
UoUjrtnora, the Secretary Mi. V,. t. Hujot and the other members ul
UM hi A loi the smoolli way in which the reception for the return-
ing Weal Indies cricketers worked and the 100% dovt-tailing of the
vartOM phaae* of the welcome.
Colonel ailchelin, CominuHuonvi of 1'olice rendered a full hearted
co-operation and my cougraiuiauoos go out W him ua they do In the
caae of all the willing workeia of the Barbados Cricket Aiaociation
and tbell ii lends who played their respective part in making the
m a pleasant milestone la the annuls of West Indies spoil.
unwonted but excellent
>li(i. li-nd over u, ueirj i.tmn,
Jtuot-ii Cnnsuam, l. -..i fcvtrton H'eeicea.
1 :' WlsfcSO UMsM ... a hundreu
i i" in 10 exploit iinlivitiuui genius.
i.ut |iu> wa* iiiipiaclical.
" mru um
MtU mvie Wall oe u muiuai eXCDauaa .
inoiig UMMsl U
igc ul
lUM i.i.o bank-
UM WAXES POLO COMi'LllTlON ENUS
'i^iu. I9M K.O CooifiatiUoD begun, qq 'ihuisa.. >
A ibeoraw lorUmflncraond wm beaadaonluaaoai mm ,..,...
Dg oi Um Uurbauo* Water I'olo AgnOaiUa
ai a pm
"I 0 .MH IJ.c IBM U
urn. playing belter. jmir <,.i ^.^', .... ,
M Uie DiglMK goal scorer lor Hiu. as on
won rumaM a eup prwmau by aaHarZ uoow
'tug s*oi u m ukM uifco oi Snappers muaiieu w\uu ui uu
>uappei'. DsBytJd M a UHUn i.t, unpW.Mn
.-.o.i .ma aed iiieinoei oi UM team ueieive* graft, steam ,... ,ne.,
i onviiicuig victory.
LUECOND again
J....I..V. i iad ended Mcond in tne L^-ague iinaiiin, km
i, followed closely by awoid.utn, ...
I1NE weather wvricMMd the returned W<
Ii s. John CoddHid. Clyde Walcott and II
as the) plays| their first Ram- vcaterday.
fluy acored 98, Goddard 2, and Walcott ha
batted
Hut the best baiting periorm-
' r the day came from Nor-
hall, W.vider?r* all
11 0 -ei-red iOf out ol
total of 308 fm .
wickan.
rad 323 for -j
wickets, against College and Carl-
ton 23b against Spares
At Lodge the School was all
i.ut for 81. and Ki ...
5 wickeu for 71.
The Games:
Wanderer* (far 1 wfcta > .3e>
Highlight ot the Wanderers-
Police Ftret Division cricket
game at the Bay yesterday was
a flrsl wicket partnership be-
tween the Marshall brothers No,-
man and Roy which j i I
ind laid the foundatioti for their
team's score of 300 far. 7 irtekeM
by >lo: of play.
Roy. playing his ftr&t game
since he returned fit in Englaml,
knocked up a tine 08 including 11
boundaries in 132 minutes, his
innings being marred by a single
chance when his score was 2
Normal! OQ the other hand got a
chance I ess century and went on
to score 100 including 21 bound-
aries in 207 minutes. He was
missed on two occasions, but long
after he hod passed bis century, second spell from the screed v-,t,
For Police. Morris was out- He bowled to Roy who cracked him
.-landing behind the wicket, lak- to the on boundary. Later Nor-
mg two catches and concerting man off drove Blackmail u, the
only 9 extras while In the bowl- boundary and then took a couple
ing department, Brewster and to tine leg.
Bradshaw each got 2 for 80 and Roy Marshall got 11 on* w
law's next over, a need
w leg, an on drive to the bound-
ry and a classic cover drive
hlch went up the hill for three.
uow.~ M ..... ,v frwlTui. "i-.fS' SS I*?" * Nor-
scteen end to Roy who collected nn'',8Z;. total wu then ISO
a couple off the second but edged ">ade In Mo minutes,
the next only to be dropped by i*ot" baUsmen continued lo at-
Taylor at second slip. He then tUi:k 'he bowling and got mns
got a boundary through the slip* <|ickly with well plaood
and played out the remainder. all over the field. The score s/sj
Mullins bowled from the pavil- now 184, each batsman beim; Ul
ion end and his over yielded three When the luncheon Interval wai
llaalaB, This pair after playing ti ken with the total at 188 thasfl
themselves in began to attack the two batsmen were still tog.-th .wwling with Roy doing the bulk r,,v ,., _. ._ S* relmiinil
'
r JM to Kl.


1
w Wlrl. D M ii.iii/.n
C DV.n- d Milllnaum

"
nOWl imi AKA1.Y-4I*
H W B..r
NOKMAN MAIiSAI.L
>e score at 114 and hi. over
leldcd 11 including two
nes, a cover drive and an on
rive by Norman Marshall tin
wits then 71 and RoyV 53.
sviwi DftD v.vALVSJI
i i.;i-(h .i>ii
ttm b
____h
n.ihvtl r Thnrvr h BUchmwi
'
rmi r Sir M- rtl-y to BlmmoMi
D I l.i.. HniTlxm l>
J Wlll.,ii>. ..
gfeelvn c Mr A Wllllima B
Sfr H^Wr...............
I-. O Ilond .i. 11 nn b Mr ll~Mtlas
Kln b Rkchi.
I ml
' I '
1
Ul ;
i Mt'iRii.i i..i.n
oMnaxn e Dmm b MeComla
llradsha
i now given lii
tor M, i sat in.
i end.
HI respectively. sh.
Wanderers' who won the toss. H
opened their nining in ideal con- B
dusMM with the Marshall brothers,
Norman and Roy. Bradsha
bowled the llrsl
K.ll t .
: f>r 1*2. lor SM
1 for Til. S (or -T< (Or .133
BOWIJNr. AN.
O M |
WiIIUiiiu IT I
s HMdlry
hurkma ,
K.l.1,1 ..
of wlHiala : l-J, 116; 3
nOWltNO ANALYSIS
W Welch P1 B
K Ilrookr. U ] a
Mr MrComv 10 3 4 If
< r Dill 1 S 19
mpartan ... ngaajmi
CARLTON-ltf tnalRia
K Miichlnnon b Itarrln
E W Marih.ll c ltavrtH b Bowen
H Id.tchirt-nn rSh Bowen
* I'ir - P PUsiim b Fhll|lp<
K ;rcerddae not out
" l-wln. e K. W.lrou b Bowen
AC. Brxrwrm e K Wnloolt b Bowen
J W (JteenHae b Bowen
K B. Warren c wkpr. iHayne>i r,
stowsft
V T Clarhe I b w h K Walcotl
roh,n e i. r. M.m. b Phitlip-
r.ir
Total
HOWLING ANALYSIS
n Fhuiii,,
Wakvlt
I Bowen
, HarrU
I Walmti
'ond slip for
ncad the i
mafea Ui
boftppari in going to have io ngi.i ^.> u
OOpa ... puli oil UM dOUMB, oj S/UUlilag bfle iv
AfOrOUtn anu llaiiacudas, pioviunl in- j ..*., ,
ml i v m up top loan ud inaaan.
LirpnailUI il enner one or Uie other ot U* .
,.,...(.,. siying fiMi and UOssWoa aio DOVa - HHrrnn*
Mil Raines over Uie next inicv weeu> are goi
.i.i.. hi iui uie spectators.
First Change
6 ,,- ;h Police
wo* 94 and Norman K
After Lunch
On resumption. By
I fnta? The'lXr ,, fS^S """P"", "" *"*
"""' m bowtan 0||| hj " "h, d*y ,nd ,ho d
111-innI,.ti..,. .V..... ._ ... **' O
rebounding i
U a batiman
The total
....... l.M..k.n, ,. Bm i.r v",. Brad- end ud h.d Ho, M..n.hli' ,,.,:M i,,.' ^ h l J ,X""'"yL "' "in- *'"'' L'tolu c,,, ,n ,.
laUMU>AD MAI i'-iv v*181'l
A' '." ......i U I II tflUISAI .< .n-. ..i
.[-it DWnva asasBBi tnat me Mnauva
.,-.. ... M UM t li .ut ui Utuies Maun is >....
.i- nad tuiee pracucu maicnes llua weeft aim m^ .....
-i.i, OSBUBJ tomoiiuw DUM&lOgj ul Uie miuatic ^un ...^.
i lai la believed to be quite a bit oeiow uie ............
1MB, Mil UStJ .ue ^......ITUJ SlftUl ol imprOViag
i-ioviuin^ mey aaop "i' n*u uaro pracuaina, raaami wio
uiey oagaKM I"- '-^ nsoaoiMoii loapa oj Novwtnoai aara.
B.K.A. SfAGLS GUOD PKACriCb SIUJOT
-aaV
TaiL Saturday evening pracUcu shoot ol the U.K A took pUsvi ...
Uie ': RUM Kange >esteidaj. BMPt UUUn| DS
ut .loo, jon and ttOU yards. fcatU marksman was required >o me . Mgnung M.oii and ten siiuls to count at each range.
(Jut of a possible, of 150 points. O. W. Pilgum was best wish i*o\
Ifajoi A. Dev". Chase was next with 13j aud M. K. Dc VOrtuaU
was tlurU with 134. The live next best in order of mcni warti
K. D. Davies, 132; S. Weather head, 131; M. A. Tucker. Ul, W. A
Kicharusoii, U8: M. Q, Tucker. 127.
"^
L'ondiuous on the whole were by no means easy. The light wax
dull, making visibility at bOU yards very uimculi. The wind wan
mucn stronger than usual, and even guaty.
The last practice shoot prior to the Clubs annual COrDBeuuu takes place on October 21 at 1 p.m. Date* ol the competition on
Novamoar id to II inclusive. Shoots will take place in the nornlnfl
The coiiipetuioii will open with the qualifying stage loi u
Tiun.pe'.et Cup and will end with the html stage for the .mimic < up
I'OLO Clll'KKAS l.MI HKSTING
WafS
SOME very fast chukkas were seen when members of the I'olo Cluu
continued practice games at the Garrison yesterday. The ground
waa good, and the standard of play showed a marked hnpi EH men'.
1'osiuoning and placing of the bail was good.
Cyclones and Toniadoes engaged each other. Tornadoes won
by two goals to one. Lee Dcane and his brother Keith shot the goals
for Tornadoes, and Col. Michelln shot the one for Cyclones.
iSiigrS W
u^uMM^1 Jr",Cd, N""1""1 ,l"1 '" '"w.lkl" howevTr
1 *h0 ,l"J '"' touched I to tfva Morris
brace and two singles oil 1 u htad ^h
.endupZOOin 130,,,., """'", ,he
tier bowled from Uie aCNafl and Foui wlckats were now down .
ind his over yielded tliree i ins, for 3\0 when Skinner joined Mar- 'Vf*
vhile Byers yielded 8 inch*ling shall but without any addition '
boundary through the slid by Marshall wag caught at mld-on
psrm
nd In-. OVOf yielded 15 in-
clucUng two bouadarlei i>> Nor-
man Marshall, a cover drive and
iinvc p.ist the iHiwler
Norman MarabaU tu-kied
from Brewsler to line leg for a
i .'.0 went up after as
many minutes play.
Mullins came back on from the
vHlon end and wnt dow c
uUv
i^^n^K sayjagjawqwy w ** *?*!***
continued from the screpn end and
Roy Marshall on drove him for a
couple to make his score 30.
Norman Marshall on drove Mul-
lins for n couple and then cover
drove lo the boundary to make his
score 31
in" Brcwster foi ...
boundaries in 207
II. King and
who mode 70, 67. 41
itul 38 respectively. Wood and
Kins; both had lively knocks
A wood bowling pcrforimuuv
f<>r College was given by J. Willi-
Ihelr skipper, who rent down
'.'7 ovan and captured two for
89. ft was only In the last mtn-
that he was vlclouslv
attacked by King who acored
lxiiindarie.1 nit round the wicket.
C. Smith. Mr. S. Headlev nnd
C Blackman also took two
wickets each.
The Game
Skipper Goddard won the toss
century including 12 boundaries including 22
in 14(1 minutes. minutes
Atkinson opened his ace with a brace off Byer and Lcing associated in a sixth wicket part.
pace bowler Mullins he square nership but this was short HvM
cut to Uie boundary and later as Davies was taken il lorn- ,,iT i'm t}0^0'* tohat. Gerald Wood
With the total at 70. Byer re- covcr drove o"0 frn Bradsnaw by Cheltenham off Bradshaw for f"d5' wa. opened, and took
Bi .ester at the screen end *or four- He eventually touihcd 3 P^'nner who was 12 got his twwling 'rom J A. Williams
e bowled to Roy Marshall who onc 'rom Mullins and Wi *ct- runs with all boundaries from corbin.
pulled his third delivery to the keeper Morris made no Mjsiaka (oreaful strokes. He was joined by nc,h JJJ^TSj quicklv i*"1^
long on boundary and then late The score was then 220213 Packer who lost his wicket shortly ,]own while Edwards played a
cut the last for a couple. Proverbs joined Marshall and afterwards to a good running catch ,;'"'1nsiv^ ""; Wood scored
In spite of changes In the Police the Utter pulled Byer who had ,,v '""ckman al mld-off off Brew- "y*)? b1?
attack. Uiese two batsmen con- replaced Mullins at the screen end
tiiiued to attack the bowling and to the on boundary and then cov-
i WEKK I n i :-.rmalion
al-iu'. tba horses dos and
here today is the form of some of them.
The first one is Aber'. i A of Kitty Foyle,
by Chateau Bouscat. This coll <" In England last July
when .he am j-ited for the Leatham Plate for two-year-olds at Pontc-
fract. In this race over fl Of fl others
and his ^ bova been his lest race
to date and m seven other Mat manage) was a
third. This was in *he Kgglev llfl '-..ids at Stock-
ton and here his weight was 114 Ids while then ..s a Held of eleven.
All told Aberford ran eigh: m England. His dam
Kitty Foyle was not a winner nor is she a dam of winners, but her
dam Moving Picture by Apron out of Los Angeles produced two win-
ners of three small races worth 7Sl. Los Angeles seems to have
been the most successful dam In the pedigree This mare, by Llan-
glbby out of Meelagh, produced no fewer than ten winners of 38^
races valued 12.205"a. and among them was Moving Picture herself.
Nevertheless there arc no prominent winners among the lot.
Aberford's sire, Seasick, who we may not be familiar with is by
Fairway out of the f.imous mare Jiffy, and in fact was her first win-
ner. The year after he made his debut however, along came Ocean
Swell who made the mares name immortal by winning the Derby and
later Ilia. AftCOt Gold Cup.
.w ^buii2rds companion i. u miv High and Low. a chestnut by
the Two Thousand Guineas winner High Chaiicetivr out of Has. Bird
by Singapore. She is not a winner but she ran seven Umes this year
her best being a 4th in the Bandon Plate in Ireland at the Curragh
last May. Jn fact, all her races eerc in Ireland where she was bred
Her sire needs no introduction but It is interestinu to find that her
dam Base Bird Is a half sister to the late Winged Princess who pro-
duced Seawell for Hon. J. D. Chandler. Both of these mares were
from the same dam. Flying Falcon, but while Winged Princess was
by Ethnarch, through whom gbf Inherited UM speed of Tetrarch Base
Bird Is by the out and out stayer Singapore. It will be interesting to
sec whether IBgh and Low turns out better at sprinting or staying
The odds are in favour of .the latter but there is no certainty about
these things. wul
Flying Falcon's dam Incidentally was the useful Lady Peregrine
wno producea Flamingo, winner of the Two Thousand Guineas In
1M28. as well as live other winners including Flying Falcon. High an&
Low therefore traces back to a veiy good mare.
Next on the list we have Burns. This is the six year old horse
being imported in Hen J I) Chandler, and he Is probably comina
out more for itud purpose* than for racing. I have not been ableto
get ftls form during tms season in England but be nai been winning
races ii.im ine ;..,,. he was ., two-year-old an.; even ,..,< (despite
am < lUiei disparaging remarks by Mr. M. L suicv m ue*i Horses
"' ':* in* n......tunned mth um ood work n iMfj when
he ran as a two-year-old, ami m* he won tight rOCM What is
more lie has done so in good company and most ol the time with top
Last year was obviously his best and during the course of Um
season he won the VulUgeur biake** at fork, the Midsummer Makes
at Pontefract and the Cavalier StakCN al llaydock Park, in Uio brst
races menUoned above he carried Um top weight of ut) lbs. and gave
away as much as la lbs. to the second who happened to be the tried
ana true Starstone who was noted as one of tne best handicappeis
in this class. In the same season Burns was also second to the good
Star Witness in the Copcland Stakes at Hay doc k Park, a race worth
1,065.
It is also interesting to note that Bums met two other horses
whom In ii i io follow io the West Indies and who are
already here doing duties at stud. These are Pride of India who
was bought by the B.T.C. and Sunstroke who went to Uie T.T.C.
and is now stabled at Arima
He met Pride of india and Sumtioke in the Koyal Hunt Cup at
Ascot last year .md while the former ran third" and beat him, he fin-
ished in front of SuDStroki lulhei down the field.
Bums' place in this race was U:h. However SunatrosM turned Uie
tables on him in the West Hiding Handicap at Pontefract a little
later on In the season when the two ol them finished ilrst aud second.
Burns' however was the b>p weignt with 120 lbs. while he allowed
fl lbs. to Sunstroke. This race was over u mile, and it is noticeable
that in his whole career Burn- .. i wu.il> \ races between
this distance and 6 furlongs. He =houM therefore throw middle dis-
tance slock.
In his pedigree in... k ,;ood mixture of stayers and
sprinters. Of course being b> bun a strong
dose of stamina in the top hUf of h.-. ... i,vginning
with his dam Bon Mot the Bsajorlb of winners lo the i.'ttom line
are made of spnuteis and middle distance horses, lion Mot herself
won only one small race ami en being retired she became the dam
of five winners, the best of which have been Hums hm.-elf and
Prince Charles, both by Scottish Union Meanwhile the progeny of
her sire. Beresford. have generally averaged stamina hguie of be-
tween a and 0 lurlongs. Then wc have Bon Mot's dam, Happy Cli-
max who produced that sprinter of sprinters Panorama, although it
must be said that his sire, Sir Cosmo, no doubt played a large part
in endowing the speed for which this colt became so famous. Nevcr-
Uielew this is nothing to I* ashamed Ol and it certainly shows up
the bottom half of Burns' pedigree in a very good light.
AU in all Burns should definitely be an asset to breeding in the
-' with Burning Bow. Pride of India, Head Worker,
II already out here it looks as if wc are in for
Wtura '> The accent however Is very
ihe score mounted rapidly. Nor- cr drove him for three.
man lifted one from Mullins to Proverbs cut one through the
the overhead boundary and later slips from Byer and
Mr. The score read 33B73.
L St Hill was quickly off th-
iark with a cover drive for three
iff Bradshaw and went on to
Roy pulled a short one from Byer by Bradshaw before he had scored.
lo the long on boundary the ball eventually going to the
.._____ e boundary. Marshall at the other
Norman 5U end was despatchm* the ball fre-
NoL, puUed one ,ron, Br ^\r^ "S^TS^Su'Si
u. Ion, on (or .Ingle lo hi. ,on, afl ,nl^hi, hc ,on gg
including lx boundaries alter , 170 mlnu, ,, ,.,> '
being ut the wicket Tor 78 nun- ,|r|Ve off Bvor
utes Roy who was now 48 took With his score at 125 Marshall
I single to long on off Byer to aVe a difficult chance to Farmer
M-nd up Norman who pulled the Ht ,,. Hnd ,atf,r
.iv, ass's* Skinner in taking the scorp
"sea *P ma ..rh-_ _..._________ _____
H. Simmons and H. King ..
placed Williams and Corbin but
this did not slow the rate of
rcoring When Wood was 44 the
hnngo bowlers were C Smith
and Mr Headley. He reached
half century with a six of!
Smith and went on to score 70
.._ by
lams from the northern
end. His total included eight
fours and a six.
The total was 96 for one when
r Blrkatt partnered Edwards.
323 Thirty-six runs later Edwards
in .vcpTievnv ... ^ wont ou' to P,a* "^e second ball
HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov- of Smith's twelfth over and was
jsod ernor. accocnpanlad by Mr Hop- stumped by wicket-keeper N.
^Sunstroke, and Ttma;
some good creoles
definitely on speed
B.G. RACES
389 when slumps were drawn
Skinn.r was 27 Including five
boundaries
boundary
whin st. iini go. ono ?;nf!!.h. S2d we"! ""Jl."0?^,
n hi. Kore of 1. '," '"w.in """cleaned bowled 1
J Williams from the northc
PICKWICK v. HARRISON
COI.I.KC.K
I'lrkulrh MX. 10 ftctol on boundary lo near the oft boundary by "a ubKU "ood and Major Dennis Vaughn. Harrison Edwards scored
P"hov m'I^.,"'. Vk1 Z i,"" S ""-"-P""" b' >"' A ?C, "'" ' K'nn,gton Oval H.rold K.^VnUea the brea*
Roy Marshall soon not his 50 Brew.ter. 1} mntng i iin,.s, lh,- . U2 for two In Ihe last over
iiielu-liiig live boundaries in 8J Proverbs after collecting a first day's play of Ihe Pickwick before lea bowled bv Cammie
minutes with a pull 10 leg for a number of singles, gloncl one Harrison College Flrsl Division Smith from the southern end
couple off Mullln. from Blackman to the Dm le, match. Kidney was clea" bow'ed r
blackman was given his first boundary and later placed on-' They m John Goddard. West seven B Innlss took Kldnev's
..pell fiom the pavilion end with from this bowler between firs! and Indies and Pickwick captain, bat- f On fur 18.
i, ^ "If* B"in ."** "blc to "'joy a Broadcast of the race, from
^L".* vcr5, lon Interval The two important race, yesterday
were the two-year-oliT Breeders' Slakes and the Owners and Tram",
ers Trophy for Class A.
1J ,BrT'df"' f,,kM "Ot'ccd went to another filly by the good
sire Mont Agel and one wonders If we have not seen the debut ol
another Whllsun Folly Tfcjj l,. ,lu. lly ,s out of on. of Grenada's
beat brood mares. None other than Brown Betty who has already
thrown Brown Bread and Brown Boy. Her name Is Brown Itubv
w".'i ^.r^J, '' ^"V?, Vhf,rd "I"'" wltn ulck "arch who
was a cast off of *Ir. Frerl Bethel's, which no doubt he must now
Tn"m,?uQ"IC1Ma,rc" "' "'""c From < o' Wedding Gift,
ir I K.D,.l"nge'. buI I did not manage lo catch his breeding from
Mr Luckhoo s commentary
The Owners' and Trainers' Trophv over a mile and a distance
.rV by L,driv P'"k' ' " ho"" ^""d. Ihlrd ind fourth re-
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SUNDAY ADVOt \T>:
PAGF. FIVE
ATHLETIC MEETING REVIEWED T
ASSOCIATION NEEDS ^^m^^^B^^M*^^^M *
MORE SUPPORT ^ _^ >, L iL ,
Last Week
ii.. i m \ on gam
I I porti i.n.'iv n hew
meet ins Held t Kensington pro- well al cricket
duced a rather mixed bag ot re- do the same thing ... i
suits. In the first place the sports ih Olympic
were not well attended on the I utw ,n class B some vecv
opemng day, which was a Bank promising riders The b*-M i
Holiday, while on Thursday last thought ware M Tucker and
things only went from bad to George Hm, who up to i
worse. Throughout the day there not really sailed -ho question of
must have been only half a dozen who In the better of the |
spectators in the George Chal- far behind then- i
lenor Memorial Stand. In the and D Fills raid altho
'iiKtoji Staim there were more latter did not wn
but this huge pavilion was nearly
a* badly off wham the tint evem
on the second day took plan
However toward* closing unw
must have been about half full
ays knocking at the door.
Of i

uLit with
(he tiUmmi :h.it M Tucker'*
powess at cycling was
Barbados M not unique in the large meaxure by the fact that he
poor crowds which athletic meet- has been for some yeat-
lngs draw. *nd although 1 have the local speed merchant
seldom heard of a Trinidad meet- motor cycle. But what riding ;.
ing being poorly attended, in im.tor-hlkc aboul Um |>ul Jamaica there have frequently v..y has to do with ridirin
staged very barren meetings ar around a small circular track at
far as gate receipts are concerned. Kensington I shall leave to the
For me this poaes a question ,on** Imagination of readers of thl*
which, I must admit. 1 can only "c'e to flnd out- Ir anybody can
answer in part. Of course I ,n;n* UP ^me really intellim-n'
would like to be able to place my relation between the two thing*
finger on the exact trouble, but '"ll be pleased to hear about ft.
no one, I believe is capable of ,My adv'ce to M Tucker, nni
doing this, since the reasons mut *,Uo. Io *' Hl" *"<* L,. Hoad. la
be very complex. !..**ep Pausing so that thei.
muscles and wind will make the
improvements necessary fur tlkM
to reach Class A. They may have
to do other exercises besides
cycling but I should not have to
tell them that riding a molor-bik.>
will not help them In this. If the.
up the good work I full)
' see them racing In the
by next year.
Class "A" Off Colour
A it wa
Number one reason for the poor
attendance 1 should imagine was
the absence of any substantial
Intercolonial rivalry. We had a
few cyclists from other colonies
but no. runners at all.
Number two was that at this
time of the year people just do expect'
not take athletics very seriously
Consequently even among the
local athletes there was not much
competition.
Number three 1 would put down .^ ?_* K>,? ?/" '"\ 'u
spectator in the stands this would Whether It wm due ,*
be my view But it is a factor condition*, which have
which is well within the powe.s other visitors in .he past. I an, not
of the local Athletic Association sure, but from report-, in the
to remedy and I am pleased to Trinidad Press he is
report that in at least one instance better than what wt saw of him
during the course of the recent at Kensington. His repeated fall*
meeting 1 noticed they got tough did suggest that he found diffi-
with slackers at the start of an culty with the track
event and one gentleman was
left while still running up to the Ken Farnum seemed 1 i
starting line. This acted im- -sla'p on the first day and I undsar
mediately with tonic-like effect stand he has lately got rid of ;
making all competitors in other cold- Stuart meanwhile rode ex-
events turn up in double quick ceedingry well and if one examines
rtw nMI ran. mil ID *.
* . ih. MM
..Id BUM -i"l i
I hl^flM r.i* ,11-1 Oik.

, ,.. issassg ......'* in*"
Itlr (Hi n| Mlm
(it iTiai.i In hr youth
... trsa w-*.i
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about ENO?
laesa -
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Weekra .i-l Wali.-t
.ll-a it

H STUART defeating rariiuin in tin
"Alter victory I
Barbados Golf Team
Invited To Trinidad
:;.,.
an tad
lime.
But that is not all. There are
atill too many unauthorised
persons strolling about the field
nd especially in the vicinity of r?
Ili the picture at right closelv ii wtil
be seen exactly what I mean In
every race on Monday he produced
one of those last minute efforts.
Even the race that he mm.- third
no exception and had It
been a few yards more I believe \*s*T
he would have won this too He "ft ,
was gaining on than right up to "' """"onW-V reeoanujr.l
the last. liw al promotion and organiza-
tion Is expected to produce,
im appeared tt-rough various ingenuoun
i of hu dash w hamm anoitatj nwtan .to send a
Stuart hud Uvelve or flftaot) man team to St
hJch has baas) ran- teal ihvni in a match which the
rukct. watai poll ""riRMers bad counted on wm-
lablc tennis, lawn rJj Ii.imIiK

Close Match
! aarl m ll Still tthl match was close as were
. received most of )he individual matches
Andrews Club of The- most overwhelming vi-1orv
send a (earn there was that scored by Mrs Richard"
Ctalrmonte has been Vidmer. the Ladies* Captain
ppolnled chairman of.i Ways in<'. paired with Jim O'Neal against
Means Commit.Ve for rnislny the d K Jones mid H. V. King The
funds to Aiuiiice the pair representing the youngster*
the first nine holes and closed
uTasBods, pro
fonted in gn
An Invitatioi
trom the St
Trinidad to
ci Mi DO
On Thursduy Farr
out the match 9 and H
The mysterious Madame X
only woman who would admit she
ovar 4". turned out to be Mr*
H V. King who received a tre-
rAandirMIS DV.tion v. lien -He lep
the finishing line. 1 can think of
nothing that would annoy me
more If I were u spectator "in the
Kensington stand, than the fact
that I never saw a single finish
of a cycle race properly. And,
after all. who are the most im- to have regained aoi
portant people if the Association bu< unfortunately
re^lly.WanU ,0 make mone>'? developed bad cold the niaht Andrew's with all travellinK and |d on the nr-M NM .md amwern
Perhaps the finishing line for before Nevertheless evrrythlm: sn> the upplaiise with a close vletorv
the cycliit could also be moved was shaping up wall tot > proper tiva to I na < ver Mickev Challerwir at the last
s*e " reason why It has to be finish between them in the nine trip tsgdoubtOdl; -s/tll brln
near the Score Board. What is mile when a rider whose rung i hsj count, The summarv of thr matches
wrong with the line where the flat I am not sure of went wide and In order to be at the top of In.
In so doing simultaneously lei form when tin- trj-OU) nutchea
Stuart through on the Inside an are played
brought down Tarnum on The out-
side. It was a most deflate which to end a moelini:
Huiii \\ iislh -. (in)
Second Day's Flay
OF COMMONWEALTH
MATCH
UOM11AV. Oct. 7
Ham ishvd out the sscund
day*i pla} tx-tween tht- Common-
wealth lo ring .rukn team and
the India Board of OobsbTCJ
I'lesideut- Eleven.
Foi iht. hour* before nsid-
an Inch of rain felt in a steady
down BOur soakina the outfield
At lunch :.me after an Inspection
of the pich, u was nnounai;
that the day's pla> would b
abandoned
Healer
events are started and finished?
Growing More Popular
Although the general attendant'
was poor the same cannot be said
of the actual cycle events, them-
selves. In fact since the sports
Veterans Win
Many of thorn who will ix
when the
n.tiring laanj
part in the Bay ley Cup matches
last Sunday and Monday, when
tin experienced veterans over 40
defeated the broad-backed, hard
Poor Riviilry
Although the rivalry In the flat
meeting earlier this year quite a events was sadly laekim: i
number of new-comari have was no lack of keenness on the
joined the ranks of the cyclist and part of the runners. A Blenman
it is to the gentlemen In class B of Police was In fine fettle and he
who we were most thankful for easily accounted fur the 100 and " *?!!'.'*!!* ""*" "' '"
having provided us with thrilling 210 yard sprinls. The small Arthur f ,;!e u' 1T* P0111" w l3 PolnU.
races. This is borne out In the Cumherbatch won a slow mile but '"" margin of Victory arluaII;-
actual time llBures for the races displayed cool courage In keeping v >"lf'" In the
which speak for themselves. In "P his pace when everybody else ,; fu" " the atrategy oj
the two mile, thre* mile and five nd slowed down to a walk. Mean- toptaini Colm Bayky and Will
mile races the class B times were while O. Hill took both the Quarter A Kinaon ol
OVEII 4U
Vidmrr
H Rorirn
j I'Mra-
p a, .-i..,
all better than those ot class A. and half mile, and In the lalt
In the three mile they also did pvent I thought he run a partlcu-
botter than the Intermediates larly good race I think too. that
while in the mile. In which they hl eff 1" " mile, although
were stUI Novices, they bettered "7'n experience, improved hir
those ot Class A and the Inter-
Dis)
mediates,
I find this a good omen fm
cycling In Barbados oh the wholt
and I only hope that the boys wit
keep up their enthusiasm. It u
only by drawing on all sectloni
of the community that any sport keep litter. If
In the West Indies can hope an cIMT llpanwn
reach international standards .wl| serve ,i n
id in halting the points in
the best-ball four ".dl meeting--.
nd All
Df their Aip players the burden ol
lurrying trie entire load, pairing
ihtm with Interior per!'
| ,., i . COUld expect
,(1#_ UtUa help, thus saving some o'
Ihelr sitength for the bottom of
It Is )usl this sort of thing whk h the team
akes the Trinidad athlctei.
ipeiior to us and if we had more I las plan seemed to be working
tings 1 think our boys would H until Dorian Cole and Ted
even < .lamm of the veterans carried
hen, these mcetin- fllglMncr ana] JotUBO
lit useful ptnTMaM tii."<.' Dim.- avtra bolai and then
K A Ikwiamlfi
H II V K.,
I
H V Kins
D c .. .i. .-
O Cok>

1'MIRH W
.1 Chri.n.-
Miw I L-naami
C Ba>lr)
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ind considerably. Conseq
he was In much better shape
he came to run In the half
Challenor
('Ulrmoolr
H loppin
Ol K SAI.I.
'utmmr a K*."
adgai Mors-n
.hi* a i m
i...hi a KunUj
In KlaB s, sfasj
Argentine Boxt^rs
Win Main Bout
NEW YOKK. CM .
Two Argentine |ir.......j|athj
orad vi. itort
main Im i here I-si night t'esai
Brion ;82 lbs | ln-uting Van
Mit. hHi of Detroit i ll
<>n a spin decision ovei 10 rounds,
while Abel pswtar Rno
< W 'Is fr-HTi Toronto in IS
e third roui. I I
tOl B rounds
l^rion': win avenged an earlier
leiaat rroap MHonall, and bt
D .| abit victory had not two tuundu
ijten taken from him by the rv-
feree for aleged low blows The
leferee and one j
lx.xer 5 round* but a vardld t<
Rrion. while the other iiidae
favoured Mitchell by 1 rounds
h n
i laayd watching the Bflhti
in. ided Luis Fli|K> one-timr
m 'tender for world heavyweight
aitd Ihe entin '
ti i ti iintni i rulat i U Argenn.ia.
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PAGE SIX
SINDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1M
New Type
Tunic For
Policemen
Till POI H

I U. T. Mr-Ik-


I iory it
is a uni-
or work
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II >li

.11 Poaca
_
In .1 kfU< r to ir Com
i ion will
. in the U.K. on
.iiid disembarked at
aoutbwMton They wen met by
n representative oi U- BvttM]
student Wflf-rr Depart-
ment who arranged their hotel ac-
< ommodalion
took an ii .oductory
rourse to Britain offereu by ihc
British Council. Also on th.>
ran so otbei CosOolal
from various part* of thi*
i for one week and 111-
. I tided lectum on the "Bark-
i tin^i^ti Culture" md
h people"
van afterwards taken to
place* of historical and cultural
micro!.
The course at Ilendon started
on September 25
'T-vilE POLICEWOMEN have
X about three more mom ..
Bag* complete their Irai -
ing.
NV\M\ ItM K \I.III1IS
Buccaneer9*
Day
Celebrated
Bee Man
At Home
in SI
S DAY \>j rel- Roy W*nl of B'nk H"n iuB*
i>kh.*dav l'"c* "i"y local druggist* itli
i a- of """"' H*_ w known locally
GIVE Mi: TUTAKA EVERY TIME!
person* gathered at rrtei 1*4
tory groi ,-r' Day"
is the dav set apar: f.
i i
The Sports were icld und. r the
auspice* of Mr E Keith Wauof.
MCP. and Mr. J H WiHtli: ,.
M P M>|.n-vntjtiv's of the
l'.m*h in the Hotuc of Aftaenv. h
vhich IT,
l ares, irnile ra- -t
Sal race
climbing II olf were .ill
i ' '< il They wi-re
.undent wh< n
Sandttord Ixvy of 10
years from the (Jarden. got an in-
jury to his irfi foot when he wen:
croet the race track at the cor.
I the cycle events
I '-'! to the Ceu-
1 vhera he was tallied for trealm
ba 'Bee-Man" and has already
given many exhibition, with b->
..t* achod to various parts of I.I* '

When the "Advocate" visited
me he was busy coiled-
v combs from hi" dozen
hives, He waa using) rentier
iDd even had his
v in neck opened Roy was
bundling (he bees as If they were
thicken* end many could be seen
rawllng over his face and hands
In each hive there are from
eight to ten frames but Roy cot-
lecte-* only H frames They were
all Ailed with honey
After removing the frames he
placed them it a l.ige box and
look them to a shop where he
keeps his honey extractor.
The extractor
ished and .
British Saanen Buck
"Boxer" Arrives
MttSE E="3 -a_v the plumber
". . Ihrrr"" mi btll.r ilrill in\ wIi.ti- Pot my Jab I mint have
clothe* that an- haedweaviaa n .n.iii-li to kami tbul il .- hut ilui. 1.1 .'.- Bayu loo. ami Mattel really
well. Of roumr it', i luilil. prodacl ami thai iii.i'm-nil the iliH'erenoe.
When you liny Tiri.i. yon gel with it the Ii HUM niirlAl. Guarantee
of -.ili-l.i......i. priii! tliat thi- cloth "ill glw \"" i|iiality anil service
seeonil to none, 'lake im advice ami Ii...... n 1 \K \ lor your next suit
. . you'll he mure than i-ali-lieil."
Mr C. U Browne's full orches-
tra supplied the dance music both
day and night.
placed
ixtxactor
action and thi;
THE British Saanen buck "Boxer" waa purchased by
Mr. A ti ScuU- OB behalf of the Barbados Dairy and Stock
Breeders' Association from Mr. C. B. Tywanfc, Secretary ol
the Trinidad Gat Society, and arrived in the island by lh-
S S "Canadian Cruiser" on the 26th September.
compartment.
.as a centrifugal
causes the honey
fall into a large container,
leaving the combs dry but not
The"orgaiTr*ers, inciting Messrs <*M"**ed These combe are then
S. 11 Wiilcott. A. L J -dan P W re*dy to be replaced Into the hive.
."""^ ?"? C.O. C.ppin. ._!, ^ h , t,^ ^
for the saart 17 years, told the
Advocate" that the extractor
was Imported from the U. S. A.
He said that apart from tak.ng
an intereat in bees, he !.<:
hand-bags for schoolchildren and
sells them to various 'lores.
ongratulated on ;he splendid
progriimme for the t-njoymem of
i he parish. (
Thieves Raid
Flats
When asked about the extr c-
l lllEVKS >n (he Blue Water lor- Roy **! that he understood
Terncsj daslriet of Kockley rt- ,hl ** inventad by a Gr-
cently raided two hats. From that oian. He said that one day t ls
of Mr. W. E AtkniMin tncy tool: German was walking the road
a quantity of articles to the when he saw a little boy swlrg-
value of $142.61 but fortunately ing a basket which container a
$125 worth of this stuff was re- piece of honey-comb The Gcr-
covered in a nearby cane field, man noticed that the honey was
They also raided the flat of Mrs. leaving the basket through -.he
Boxer* is by Haakon of Weald, at two milking*. Ilaakon ol
who was imported by Ua? Trim- Weald's llrst cost in England was
dad Goat Society in 1946, two of (4BO.0O
iik daughters. Carlb Carnival and Boxcr'.s dam Peerless of A?-
Western Hose IV, have both given wjndunc gave II lbs 13 ozs, as a
over 4,000 lbs of milk in their hist kidder
first year; the average live weight The President of the H'dos Goal
On Tuesday last for the arriv .1 ,lt these two goats is 140-1M lbs. Society has done everything nos
oi the cricketers they were the.cfore these goats give their sible to assist in improving goal
apeciaUy pi. cod on duty at Tra- j^xiy weight in milk every eight (n Barbados, and gave much as
fulgor Square to handle women aik3nt s>or a dairy cow to do the slstance in the Importation cf R. Wo'rme and took away a large fine spaces and this gave him
: hiren in the crowd. same Ihing. she would have to 'Boxer." quantity of articles but
They assisted many people, who yield 15 gallons of r..llk a day. "Boxer" is on service at Mi were recovered In the same cane-
hud fainted, out of the crowd. Haakon of Weald has many flnl Clarence O'Neal's residence. En fMld
ON "IHE FIRST Sunday In each kldders yielding 12 lbs In 24 hours merlon Fontabelle. Thp Bute* Bra making further
month a large crowd turns
till at-Queen's P.irk to hear the
Police liand Conn rt. Some even
wear special dresses and suits for
the occasion
Hv the kind permission of
i ..limal B. T. Michelln. Commis-
Bf Police, the Band will
lay pt Queen's Park at 4.45
"'clock this evening.
these idee of inventing the extractor
l)ia
THE Mini SHI III l

"W>
Imtiia '
Mowiky ....
ii Hiulm* Finnlr
A ui. .<
Ti|Mk.
iamme is as follows:
Ii Mai.n K.iher Rhine Lfeatta
... OsWssign
from Tftthal-
OodCrv
llh 'vmph~n
!!>.*. Diict
i.ii. Nan. Pjimlr*. SMd
ut viw Irom "jU'Mfting H*aut-
gSlIM
i Valar Tii-tr. Jran SlU"-
|SI IjKl.iil. Suit* By Curtnv HnlU
('liaiiiiinr InlrnitriiD, Malih
H.il-'
is* t.. Herts ii i" -" "io awrkl
Sanloi. riUcP"'
lit To a wild ioa*
Mb t>'
i?i Hlapxxiy (UaVtMilC Firrdn. i
H H *!" WI. Mu. -
Hamlllon Ha. ..
A lira-... .AlP .... BOUTS*
HiiiikpllK And-
AlligrD !> i
Hymn* SSS mnt
OOD SAVE THR KING
Till-: BlOim CINEMA has flvo
shows arranged for Ihis
i, Tlie first will be a private
n Monday at the St.
' Almshousc.
On Tuesday a performance will
to gtvao at St. Stephen's School
laslurv,- St. Michael for the ben-
efit of residents of the St. Steph-
en's district. One will be gl<
Admiralt} Pailure. St Philip on
Wednesday for rest dents of the
six Roads area.
t two performances for
B will be at Warner's
I yard, Christ Church
Oi Thxn i.-s and on Friday at
Plantation vnrd. St
Jamga.
rage l
TH1B PIOTUKE of U shad at the Bum Stop la Trafalgar Bqaar
when the W I cricketers arrived on Tussday. Galvanize tiaet* I
baturad.
The Weather
TO-DAY
.sun Rise-: 5.4$
Sun Sets: 5.47 p.m.
Moon (New) Oetaber 11
Lighting: SOS p m
High Waler: 1.03 SJB., I 52
p.m
YKMTERDAY
Rainfall (Codringtonl
Total for Month lo YeaUr-
day: .18 baa.
Temperature (Mln.) 75.5 F.
tVInd Dlreetlon: ( a m > E,
(11 mi IN!
Wind Velocity 15 miles per
SLUMP IN TLBS
NINETY-ONE
Rianasjhg
r o-i Comvpnndv it
PORT-OF-SPMN
Singh
New Goods
In The Stores
THERE was a real Saturdir
look at the store of C. F Hai i-
eon at 11.li ,.m. yeiu,rd...
There was a Christmas look 1 jo.
in some ways. Counters woTt
crowded in nearly every depo.:-
ment, and the female shoppers id-
exceeded ihe number of the mal M
It seemtxi as if new lines of
goods were on the shelves. On
this side there were new looking
coloured prints, and on that sl.ir
equally new looking cloth foi
men. Women were seen buying
up oilskin or hnoleum for covering
tables, for that, like cretonne, 1
a fast seller when Christmas -
drawing near.
A big sleep-inviting* looking
mattress was on a counter
near the stairs at the north
of the store. A walk up the stairs
would put any adult back into Um
time .f childhood, for In the To.
TUTAKA
\ TOOTAL
for
,vhnt il
though the demai
article is far bcl-
when he began
Nowadays the galvanize pail
within the reach of people w
bought the lut> before u
ObTsM like oUiers of his tr.i
rinds Its difficult to mak
meet.
V l^partment mothers were buying
-,r_S lhe k,nd* of """I
registered Christmas would
Thirty six years ago, slxly-fuui
year-old George Chase of Sobers
Ijinc started to make tubs for j,. i nr,-, *;,_ ,> _._,.,. "^t""""111 moww
. To-day he Is iUD at .he Job Klof $S he i^erSl ?*k!d- of thi"^ without whict
,gh the demand for ,r (,is 01st CoTvlcUon. HaTEZB| ^Jtmas would be .ncompMc
guilty of throwing missUcs Junior.
______________________m_______________Further across from the Inv
department is the S.P.C.K Book
during the two world Department, and here some appi.r-
v/ars he secured work as ft ently Intending buyers were tak-
seamnn. During the first of ig quick look at the shelves
-WONDER WHEELS N 3
Why Hercules is
the finest bicycle
built to-day
---------if?
1 he best designers and nPgjttWTtl in the c>'ck
mdusirv use the hncst m.iicrials 10 build your
Hcrculct. liven the simlleM parts arc b^tttd
many times and each Hercules
hic>xlc is built separately.
Add a brilliant linish of
highct quality. anJ you ha-c
thc reasons why Hercules is
" The Finest Bicycle Built I'o-dsy."
Ileioiiles
THE HfRCULIS CYClf 4 UCTOR COMPAH/ LTDt
SIRWIhCHAM IN'.IAND
SOID BY AIL LEADING DEALERS
2i T. GE0
)DtS GRANT LTD., BRIDGETOWN
Now available
NEW GIANT SIZE
Extra Big! Extra Value!


si NDAY. OCTOBEH 8,
SINDAT ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
She began to
draw at 3
W'lil \ Margaret Baker aaa IkrH >iir
began to fill her escrcise book*
with llvel* diAHinB-
lu-d.it at II. Marram. lrm SireeiUni
hw a ul.nl -Inch is rare end srertoas.
Her mother ha. AM uil**ar- -tin the
(jui.t rffrrtitr draw-no nf hoi*r- And 'of*
and balk l danrrrt whieh Margaret does m
baa tbsu 0>r minutes.
Vow tome of that work Ha$ been pub-
it. id ,
II. baeee. atece M an urlilma; an. h or
law training Salaai dot. ahleh <
H.il'< thr iMd -.!* uid I In- In
UrnxarUm Ilk H. The Priam* l.oui-* '
award al in. Bon I l>ralaa ki. .
fhlldrrns I laibiuM
Margarets arualk drirtopoirni ha* laied
ekatarb*. altar* al Inlanlllr paraKUv
,eauab*n Id a riding anldrni. and Hi.
m oUeaal Me* ef brr falhcr*i d. ,ii.
t frees her talent. hr n an ordinao
--II at .. li.-l .li.dk. malhemallrv
riding and thr ballrl *>hr Intn mi-art
an* dap
Here are eiampin net uv<
A British
Diamond
Jubilee
(in .
Itkra
laorrMU in Tnpluaf"- use (fauiliu 0/ llrtd Saftf**!
rVaf won (Ac Royal Dritit-i o Society'* O-Hd .'for.
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs
"u..in|{ft"
No garden is quit* complete
without a sheltei fup ferns la >umr
part of thr gaiden, generally
locally termed a Fernery.'1
This shelter may consist of a
simple erection of palm leaves, to
a stately house of stone pillars and
lattice work, but while the
grander fern-house may be more
decorative, the ferns really do not I
mind, and they often thrive as'
well, indeed, sometimes better in
the simple Fernery.
The great thin* about a Fernery'
is, not so much its construction as'
its position and to have the con.
dlUons within the Fernen a huh
the ferns require.
Position and Conditions
A Fernery should always be'
built in a sheltered position back-
ing the wind with three sides,
enclosed .md the fourth side open.,
or partially open, so that at some';
time of the day the fern- can getj
some Indirect sun.
Under their natural conditions,
in caves, gullies, cracks and
crevices of rocks, ferns will alway-.
be found to thrive in moist damp,
spots sheltered from excessive
wind.
These are the conditions there-
fore, that we must try to repro-
duce within the Fernery. If the
ferns arc to feel at home aii'l
thrive.
Blocks of the local coral stone
arranged in terraces around the
sides, and grouped artistically
down the centre of the Fernery
serve the double purpose of stands
for the potted ferns, and to keep
up the necessary moisture. If they
aro kept well watered, in time,
these block stones will become
entirely covered with tiny ferns.
and so reproduce the natural con-
ditions In the fernery, so desirable
for the ferns.
A small pool in the Fernery Is
excellent too for providing a nice
moist atmosphere
This pool need not be an elab-
orate Hffair. A pen or tin basin, or
half an Iron drum sunk In the
ground and kept filled with water
is all vou wont, but Million*- must
be kept in the water to prevent
mosquitoes from breeding.
Construction of the Fernery
In building a Fern-house a good
moderate type can be made by
erecting stout posts, about ten feet
high, spaced four feet apart on
three sides, leaving the fourth side
open. These potts can be mounted
on a base of block stones, or driven
into the ground, and It may be
found necessary to have a couple
down the centre too Across the
top have stout laths to form a roof.
The opening between the uprights
can be filled In with lattice work,
which can be bought ready made
In two different lengths.
For covering the roof crocus
bags or a light vine answers well,
as this breaks the full force of a
heavy rain, and yet allows some
of it to pene'rete to the ferns
below.
A cement floor to the Fernery
Is Ideal, as It serves to keep out
any creeping roots from surround-
ing trees, but Is not a necessity.
:nd a hard well-rolled gravel or
earth floor is good enough for most
people.
" ttotlort decided tu creelf, /or ma own Miu^i.n
Unduu EiprM Swvuw
A General
At Oxford
,.r Vn"-"'>, Su-inton, Fellow
wi..^.**"*' "" ""'k t**mr,
.., l c"w s,"" in 1M
ana nis academic career__ at
S&HS* Prtlto" of MiliUry
Hunoi7--nearly an years later. Sir
II, now crrectlng proofs
or his autobiography. Publication
has been delayed because of his
illness.
The author used to write under
the pen-nume of Backsigtil-
O?e-Luk-'0ie,0ler Ch0ned that to
I should like to think he may
change the title of his autobioifra-
"* i,1 y?.# mo"nt he calU it
Over My Shoulder.
db Who U Doi-ld Motheio, author
of the novelout this week
eallod The Mango on the Mang.,
Tree? He is titular Archbishop of
Apamea. in Africa. And the book's
title? It comes from his friend.
T S Eliot:
The potamiu can never reach
The menoo on the monoo tree
m Here is a poet with strong
views on how autobiography
should be written Stephen Spender
says detailed accounts of early
childhood irritate him. His own
story. World Within World (being
published next year! starts with
his under graduate days. Admits
the author- "ft Is a catalogue of
errors, among other things "
dfc When Peter Cheyney was in
the Bahamas he got more then
local colour for a new thriller.
He collected a sun-stroko as well-
Badly burned, he wee laid low for
several days, took to reading
novels from near-by library He
was so fascinated by oneThe
Dark Light, by young American
Bart Splcerthat he urged his
London publishers to issue it
here. They acted on his advice
and already have another story
by Splcer on the machines.
go. And still they come. For Me
'/' NEW
HATS
WILL
GLOW
WAYS to make women's hats
glow brighter on a dull day
were being worked out last
night by eight scientists working
among 1,000 test tubes uni] re-
torts.
It was their first day at work in
the world's most advanced
research centra in Falrficld,
Manchester.
The scientists have moved in
from a wooden hut at Leeds, set
up by Britain's hat-makers
temporary centre In IMS.
Across a room packed with
E2,000 worth of equipment at the
new centre yesterday was 10-year-
old Miss Ruth Wlthlngton,
laboratory assistant.
She stood before an electric
hot-plate, a tray of sand, and
alu outsize test tubes to Juggle
th C18H13N308S2NA2dlsul-
phonated monazo compound.
Her work may mean a longi
lasting dye In new hata on sale
next year In foreign markets.
Eighteen-yaar-old Barbara Hod-
son operated an Instrument to
test breaking strains and
strengths of some of the fibres
which make up an average trilby
hat.
She was seeking a way to make
hats keep thchr shape and last
longer.
London Express Service.
book about the last days of Hitler
U.S. navy Captain Michael Mua-
tnanno interviewed hundreds of
Germans, including the one who
used to cut the Fuerher's hair
1 am told that after rending Ten
Days to Livecoming early next
yearonly the blindest fanatics
will insist that Hitler still lives.
That's one consolation anyway
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FLIT IS AN (Hg) PRODUCT

ONE of the Empire^ pioreer
lands has issued a 2d. stamp with
80 years of adventure behind It.
The stamp reiabrates the diamond
jubilee of British rule in South-
ern Rhodesia, a country rich in
gold and big game
This land was brought into the
Empire by Cecil Rhodes, who
went to the grammar school -t
Bishop's Stortrord Herts Rhodes
dug diamond.*- in Africa, and
grew rich
Then he led pioneer column
which fought its way through
savage tribes and built in* foun-
dation of the colony which now
bears his name.
The stamp carries pictures of
Queen Victoria, in whose reign
Rhodes adventured, and the King.
The issue will last only four
months Perforation Is U .md
the price, unused, is 4d-L.JT.S.
; EM


SMUi -. .f eBferdai .
an* rom i.
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quktly
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Rupert and the CastawaytO
Aiisi Koko haa whistled and daai-
irrtd let a law minuus the bird
mrIu on the wuw and loeka us
issaaanily. V Grataa. I Mgel
thai bird knows whit he mtana.
nd I can't understand i word."
mutwu Rupert. While ha waKhaa.
Koko m.k'. a loop m (be and of
hu too* and roma it forwatd The
haad
Art*
utiung, I
V hub aeV ...
bkd dam
-xp and. i
daid* nW
iTwaid, as___
bjikwirda '( tha teat.
Howtvat it mat amall aMatur*
R all th>* Mrength ?" he ttiaa.
I load rwi paddle and celb eai.
bui Kokot.tt.n-t inewai
t hiltlre-n s l.rllt-r
Dear Children
1 know you are anxious to
hear the results of the contest I
gave you. Heath Darlington of
Bawdens Boy's school St. Andrew.
ibs carried off the Senior Prtzct
nd Elaine Parr is of Station Hill.
St. Michael, gets first Prize In the
Juniors and Betty Cumberbatch of
Waterford. Road View. SI. Peter
cond prize. Congratulations t>
you. You may call for your prizes
i Saturday October 14th
Now you are all back at school
id I hope you are ready to do
some hard work, as 1 know for
most of you this Is the term for
promotion. Good Luck to you, and
a very pleasant week-end.
Yours very truly.
Children's Editor
arVn .*.
James F Wiltshire, 32 Hsdfleld
St Lodge. British Guiana. Ago
37. Hobbit Dancing, Football,
Cricket am Stamp i-ollecting
Ianthe Skeote, Hlnkson Gep
Baxter* R<(. St Michael age 14
wants Pen Pals between the ages
of 15 and 17.
Serene Skinner. BntlonN Cross
Road, St Michael Waiin. Pen
Pals in Trinidad and Grenada,
between ihe ago* of sixteen and
eighteen Boys and girls.
Kea* it DANK attas
SHADEINE
Pa' minen I wathab I a
ad -.- i... All
natural a>u.M>raara'
raputaOar Aaa four (hambt to ofc-
bX mm (o' t" '*" h-* Whoiesaiar.
THF IH ATtTlTN(T ?OMMNT
aa th^rc '..id "i.i A tNCLAND.
Jfr**"1'
usti*>
w&1
* inform
bra

The ageary aaal liHlnlig bch ef
ukcra and racau are ended at the
i. < touch oi D.D.D. I'rr.t iipm -" I'hi.
.Ir

*atra ate asteeea asassaMaO.sss-
(ir.T A mnii TOT AY.
<>inn-bl free* all "aiaHiii
ihriea- ***' lttnn*'
iraMneawa kosl
-sad are all u nog
"rWat vaai dkaxii'w the rrlanaaw at wearina; goad
paftVassta as! tac tkoa Geaa smb ku Iriaawasraa as taay baadbag
t Safeguard
your charm
with
\um
So easy to apply
So soothing to skin
So kind to clothes
UiaokMara LSI.
Ce.. led, r* Baa <.
Sw*
-every hour
of the day
When everyone else is hot and bothered yu will
faariiiAi.t by your fn^hnaea if you do this. After your
bath or bathe, -howrw ymimelf nil over with Cashmere
Boueniot 'I'aleiiui Powder. Ita magic UKieh will turn ymir
akin to Milk : elntho you in a cool, protecting film that
keeps you daintily frh all day long. It* otalktete parfiuiwi
will add now iuid aulil Ip eharni l- your wliole pereinality.
For Caanmaf, |i.4Uel i- iho Talouu* Powder wiUi tko
fraairanco men love.
Ipa1 Cashmere Bosiqaet TALCUM POWOEK C O l G 1 I ... l HOl 1 VI , T CO.
Bk*<
end*'
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BARBADOS^! ADV'OGITE
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Sunday. October S, 1950
I out isl Sr.isoi.
AS winter approaches! in the northtn
countries many persons will be q
ing whither Ihey can ro to escape the
rigours of the climate. This is the season
when the counti ies of the Tropsea look for-
ward to theii tourist season and fur which
they plan and prepare during the year.
Barbados is not one of those countries
which has either planned or prepared for
the tourist season. During the past year
nothing has been done by Government to
give an incentive to those who might in-
vest in the tOUrbrt industry. It i- i
to appreciate the shortsighted policy
which has prevailed in the councils of the
Government. His Excellency the Gov-
ernor, himself drew attention to the tuui ist
industry as one of the best hopes this island
has in the field of secondary industries, but
while the Governor may have pppysjotettd
the importance to the island's economy of
fostering such an industry, no pt
has yet been made to encourage capital to
invest in enterprises which serve that in-
dustry.
Other countries and other islands of the
Caribbean have gone to great lengths to
attract visitors to their countries Even
in the United Kingdom, everything has
been done to encourage American visitors
and to get the dollars which they will
spend. Other islands of this area have
enacted legislation to rtUtVi thfl burdens
of taxation and to facilitate the import-
ation of the necessary materials.
Barbados alone has done nothing. An
industry which can provide employment
for many persons and can do much to
raise the wage-earning capacity of labour-
ers has been neglected by those whose
duty it is to provide employment and to
do all in their power to improve the lot
of the people of Barbados.
While Barbadians rely solely on the
gifts of nature to bring tourists to these
shores, other places are doing all in their
power to provide, if necessary artificially.
those amenities and comforts without
which no tourist will be satisfied. In spite
of the lack of initiative displayed, Bar-
bados has done well this year. The stream
of visitors from Venezuela has flowed
steadily, bringing to the island a most
welcome supply of dollars and thus giving
to the economy a fillip which is sorely
needed.
If because of the number of tourists
who have come here this year, the people
of Barbados relax their efforts, the tourist
industry will face poor prospects. Already
the need for more hotel accommodation
is being felt but no new hotels axe being
built. Businessmen are unwilling to enter
upon such a venture unless a certain
security is given to them by which their
investment will for some years be pro-
tected from the high rates of Barbadian
income tax. These demands cannot be
too unreasonable inasmuch as many
other islands have seen fit to make similar
provision.
Even with the lack of assistance from
Government, Barbadian businesses should
be in a position to make certain improve-
ments. In Broad Street there are several
businesses which have not been redecor-
ated for many years. More 'attractive
exteriors together with better lighting
and certain rearrangements would be an
attraction and an inducement to tourists
to enter and spend their money. If Gov-
ernment will not take the lead the busi-
ness community should do what it can
without the aid of the state. It is in their
interest as well as in the interest of the
island.
In a country so densely populated as
Barbados, it must be the constant aim of
those in authority to seek by all means
to supply employment and attract money
to the island. A Government which fails
to do so Is fading m :ts duty to the people.
Nor should such a failure be excused
because it is occasioned by the prejudices
engendered by a rigid political ideology
and an alien philosophy.
Government and business must forth-
with join their efTorts to secure the fruits
of tourism for Barbados and its benefits
for the people of the island.
Primary Produce
A GENERAL CRITICISM against the
British Government in the past was that
the interests of the West Indian Primary
Producer had often been overlooked. It
was this feeling which gave rise to the
fomutioo uf the Federation f Primary
Producers in the British Caribbean The
first Annual General Meeting of the Coun-
cil of the Federation was held in this
island during last week and resulted in the
passing of two reaolutioi
oralc
Committee; ind of a B.W.I. Trade Commia-
Sorvtoe in the United Kingdom.
Tr,e meeting was held at H
under the Chairmanship of Hon. R. L M-
Klifctraod of Jamaica and elected Mr.
H D Verit) l the mm
;> Other eouaii
were Dominica, Grenada, Si Lvcli Usfl
Barbados The St Vincent representative
.i>le through transport difficulties.
to attend.
It was raised at the meeting that in
April the President f the Hoard of Trade )
had stated that "it is a cardinal feature of
His Majesty's t lovei nment s policy i
maximise trade with tin Commonwealth
and to maintain and use Imperial Pri-fcr-
M and all other appropriate measures.
At the iUM time vm are prepared, in con-
cert with the other Commonwealth coun-
tues concernto\ t<> negotiate reductions
of preference as well as changes in tariff
in return lor tariff concessions which we
eunsider to be of at least equal value'
This was emphasised later when it was
stated that no preferences would be nego-
tiated without full consideration by Com-
monwealth countries concerned. In view
therefore of the fact that the serious
economic condition of these colonies and
of the necessity for building up agricul-
ture and industry in order to improve the
standard of living and to relieve unem-
ployment any possibility of reductions in
preferences would be viewed with great
alarm, inasmuch as these prefrn-r.e. | art
already dangerously low. The- resultant
resolution in asking that thete facts be
taken into consideration also asked that
no further reductions in the rate of
Imperial Preferences be conceded by
United Kingdom representatives at the
Torquay Conference about General Agiee-
ment on Trade and Tariffs.
The meeting passed another resolution
emphasising the recommendation of the
Closer Association Conference held at
Montego Bay for the establishment of a
Trade Commissioner Service in the United
Kingdom. It was pointed out that the
Governments of Jamaica and British Hon-
duras had already made financial provision
for such service and that Trinidad and the
Windward Islands have agreed to partici-
pate. It was vitally necessary the preamble
to the resolution stated for the mainten-
ance and expansion of the overseas trade
of the British Caribbean area and British
Guiana, and to the safeguarding of the
trading interests of the area at interna-
tional and commonwealth conferences.
The wording of the body of the resolu-
tion asked "that the Governments of Bar-
bados, British Guiana and the Leeward
Islands be respectfully requested to give
the establishment of a regional Economic
Committee and a Trade Commissioner Ser-
vice in the United Kingdom their early and
favourable consideration with a view to
the provision of their share of the neces-
sary funds as early as may be possible, in
order that setting up these two urgently
necessary organisations may be no longer
delayed."
The merit of the resolution asking Tor
the establishment of a Trade Commissioner
Bervloa will recommend itself to all West
Indians who have given any consideration
to the economic condition of these colonies
and the early agreement by the various
legisiatuies should not present any grave
difficulty.
Red Cross
ONE result of the organised assistance to
the people of Antigua after the recent
hurricane is the realisation that there is
no branch of the Red Cross in Barbados.
In almost every other West Indian island
not only individuals and Governments
sent help but the assistance was chan-
nelled by the Red Cross whose larger
organisation in the United States rendered
invaluable aid.
It is extremely fortunate that the people
of this island have been spared the neces-
sity of having to depend on such an organ-
isation but we can never foresee the day
when such contingency might arise. The
time might come when such other organ-
isations as we now have cannot function
and the world wide organisation behind
the Red Cross Society will be extremely
useful to us.
The functions of such a branch are
varied and many and just as it is conveni-
ent to maintain a Branch of the St. John's
Ambulance Brigade or as we did during
the years * the war, the Volunteer Bri-
gade, merely by private co-operation
would be equally easy and convenient and
more advantageous to maintain a local
branch of the Red Cross Society.
Worthwhile causes have never lacked
champions nor laudable movements sup-
porters in Barbados. The institution of a
branch of the Red Cross Society would be
a public service for which the people of
this island,might have cause to be deeply
r.iteful and it is work which should
tind many ready and willing helpers today
Sitting On The Fence
ik vviii\.\cii. (.i umvs
Modern parents should play
more silly games with thau
children. I can still remember
ttu- enchantment of my own
babyhood when my grand-
mother would git the cat al
table with a bib round Its
neck, and talk to kettles and
pots and pans aa if they were
people, saying things like:
"Hurry up and ooil you
naughty kettle. We want our
tea," and "Stop spitting. Fry-
ing 1'an, it's rude."
Letter to an edit*.
LONG, long ago in day* gore by
When I was only three,
When candles flickered by the wall
And pussies cam* to tea.
My grandmamma wore caps of
lace.
Like all the nicest grans.
And said "How do?" to cuffte pots,
And talked to frying pant.
The takes at table all had n.raes.
And all of them could spe..k,
And if 1 chose the creamy ciet
The other cakes would squeak:
'Oli, please don't leave us on toe
dish
"Itecausc we're stale and plain,
"We're good for little girls' insides
"And never give them pain."
When bedtime came I'd sa> good-
night
To every pot and pan,
The kettle bowed and said "Sleep
well"
(Assisted by my gran).
The pussy cat would shake a paw.
Her manners always nice.
Tin iifl to bed m.self
"To dream of milk and mice."
Oh. happy days long, long ago.
When unse If conscious grans
Would talk with cats and ooffee
pots.
And rakct and frying pans.
They never uuesaed that Uttle gills
who listened to this hooey, '
Were thinking "Oh, poor grand-
mamma,
"She's sweet. but .slightly
screwey."
Decline and Fall
IT is reported that next Year's
Income tax forms will be illus-
trated to show the victim* how
their money goes.
At the moment the Imaginative
mind of Mr. Bloodsucker, the In-
come tax Inspector, Is probably
working on little drawings of a
grinning housewife whh a full
shopping basket rt.iv to pay food
subsidies), n grmnlng befiterrarlin
with new dentures (hennn) arid a
grinning conserlpt shaking Kind*
with a grinning sergeant major
(defence).

It would be BSfcVs amusing, and
.would boost the morale nf the
lower income gr ups. If Mr. B.
decided on a come strip Illustrat-
ing the decline ..rid fall of the
British aristocrat through high
taxation. Like this:
Picture 1. Anc slral home of a
duke. In the I Kik-llncd study
the duke, wearing his coronet Is
opening an income tax demand
envelope while the old family but-
ler hovers round his chair with a
decanter
Picture 2. The ancestral draw-
ing room. The tkichess, wearing
her coronet, is cr, lng on the sofa
while Bloodsuck* r and his men
roll up the carpel and tear family
pictures from the valla. The proud
and arrogant duke Is holding a
perfumed lace handkerchief to his
nose, indicating that the low-born
Bloodsucker slink- The old but-
ler still hoversb-it this time with
a bottle of beer instead of a de-
canter. Already 'he duke Is cut-
ting expenses.
Pictiirr 3. The ancestral home
has been sold and is now a home
for aged, infirm, *nd probably im-
becile. Ash porter The duke and
duchess, both w siring l
are leaving throegh the wrought
iron gales in .irt drawn by a
donkey. They havj no luggage hut
a couple of bulgiiiit suitcases. The
duchess weeps hi-terly while vil-
lagers jeer.
Ptcfars 4. in two actions, on
the left the duke, >-illl wearing his
coronet, is in the benkruptey covet
with the triumph int Rlnoruucker
giving evidence. >n the right the
duchess is bending over n wash-
tub, still wearing her coronet and
still weeping
Ptclure I, As 1 e is a bankrupt
the duke Is being slung out of his
club In St. James s. The secretary
points a Anger of scran at him,
while the porter, who cannot hope
for another Christmas box. smiles
broadly as he opens the door to
I ho .-trcct
Picture fi The duke and duch-
ess, still wearing coronets, are
seTllng matches In the street. But
who is this benevolent egg-head
leaning out of a ehaufteur-driven
liroousihe otferiiiK a penny? The
duke's first customer In his new
vnt.i" ia his fmihful old family
butler, now appointed chief execu-
tive of a Nationalised industry
pattlv because he is too old and
stupid to cause trouble, but chiefly
because he know nothing about
the industry.
Number, Please
"pMK loss of Post Office women
JL telephone operators in' the
London grel through marriage Is
.ilmost twice as high as it is out-
side the Industry," said an official
of the G.P.O.
This may be because the girl at
the exchange, with her quiet,
calm, cultivated voice, is more ex-
perienced than most women in
dealing gently but (Irmly with
men m a temper.
JVumbofi. please.
I gave you the number half an
hour ago.
Are you quayte sure?
Of course I'm sore. Do you
think I don't know what I'm do-
ing?
Buf Ay was not here half an
hour ago.
Oh you Weren't, weren't you?
Powdering your noso, or having a
cup of tea instead of sticking to
the Job, I suppose? Like most of
the idle, useless people employed
by the Government.
Ay'v only fust come on duly.
Well, then it was somebody else.
Ay'm afraid so.
And don't answer me back. I
haven't all day to waste.
Numnah, please.
I say. You've got a smashing
voice. So refined, too.
Nwibah. pleas?
Never mind about the number.
If we had tplcvised telephones I
could see what you were like.
If you uHlf repeat the numnah
Ay irtlf clianae fhe laimc.
Listen sweetheart. I don't need
television. Sometimes you can tell
what a girl's like by her voice. ..
Press button A, caller, and speak
when you hear your correspond-
ent.
1 don't want the number now.
By your husky contralto voice I'd
say you're dark and sultry, with a
dead white akin and a kind of
slumberous look.
Press button B, caller, to regain
your money.
Look here, I'm 28, unmarried,
fair, fond of music, and 5ft. lllns.
tail When's your night off?
Do you u*f*h to speak to (he
siiperi'lsor?

Look, sweetheart, I work quite
near your exchange. In the same
street I shall be outside my omec,
number 203, at 6 p.m. on Prldav
Don't forget . number 203.
// pou will repeat fhe numbah
Ay i, if! keep the date.
L.ES.
Ollt READERS SAY i
Public ummm
The Editor. The Advocate
SIR.Allow me to thank you
for the compliment paid me by
printing my letter of the 27th
ultimo on the problems of Ihe prp-
posed Public Utilities. Board twice
in your newspaper; Once overJy
name and again this mOrnlng evei
the initials L.E.S The advan-
tage is of course that It makes his
point clear.
If*L E.S. would say whether
he has ever felt or said to himself
or anyone else that he would Ilk*
to Improve the lot of his em-
ployees, but the Competent Au-
thority fixes his profit, that w. old
be the great point at Issue .,nd
would help us all. I have an llea
he has.
I opine that L E.S la a promi-
nent member of the Wholesale and
Retail Shopkeepers* Associations
and of everything els* that would
give him bargaining power and
protection, while not a single one
of his employees It a member of
the Workers' or any other Union,
not even the "Se:iril A -
i fear ea>
cept perhaps the Competent or
Price Control Authority who. pre-
sumably, fixes both his selling and
buying prices, but not his quanti-
ties or bis collective profit.
In the case of I..E 5 the prlce-
llxlngls reallv In reverse and. pro-
vided the differential W In order.
i meagre profit would be based
OH the wage.' kr.own to be paid,
and under our unfortunate cir-'
i umstanecs. unltketo to be altered.
If L.E.S. will supply such data as
prices. Quantities and wages, I
shall do my best to help him
whether or not he lives, moves.
does hU business or has his being
In my constituency. I shall not
do like Mr A E. Taylor and de-
mand that he disclose himself, but
if lit process there should be any
pricking of the conscience he may
iust sign the next letter LSD
Permit me to thank Mr. R. E.
Bmythies for his prompt reply to
my previous letter, no doubt he
realised the difficulties we are up
against when he wrote "I believe
It Is necessary to keep the two
things sSperatCL hlthough they are
connected at le;i *
cannot now decide If this over-
sym nil ties the matter or merely
i if. but I hop.' be is
eflbtei and accept*, a Beat on the
Board; perhaps be will then pre-


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To the Editor. The Advocate,
SIR,The need for bette:
.iccor.imodation for the school
boys at Harri5ion College Is lour
overdue, when one reads of th-
;iiitlquated *>stem of these boy
hiving to sit oa stones, on tret
roots, and on eerpenters" work
lynches, so as So. eat their lunch
In comfort.-
When I was. employed at the
laboratory a few years ago, thi-
some svm was adopted by son
of tbe old boys at the Colles
.if rim.- marches cm. and then
is mui-h talk of progress, surel
u eftuiige is necessary.
With Ihe scarcity of drlnldr
, ''- *vs from the seller's csrt, i
woulel gate to make a suggestlo:
Lfaaf earn boy bring his own gla.-
from home. I think that thb
would save n portion of the rush
which is unnecessary.
We must appreciate those wh<-
had served them with their hmrh-
<;> for maav yean, and who th
boys have found favour with, bm
better accommodation Is
I. E. 3. I Kite
I am hoping to see a cban.u
for the tn-fter art.urn) that Aca-
demy, as it is long overdue.
L. H rt ARKE
Tu.1.11 Itridge.
St. Michael


SUNDAY, IK mill It 8. Hit
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
! \(.i: NINF.
Now Whatever
Became Of ?
Continuing his research into the stories of those names
you remember . .
H in n\ \lll Wl< ksiii n
'I'm -f, here l l.k mrr a tfinl rrMtlv <.. mirk fr Hi itiiin
Yes, The Rain Shines
Bright On Loch Lomond
Be guided
O
lo
Mint tetus
Now we'll go lo Spain and chair
up that hoy chess champion who
had all London talking in 1946.
Tie wan 14. and his name was
Arturo Pomar. Remember?
He used lo play 20 game* at
once with people twice his age.
and when he lost his favourite set
nf chessmen hi a taxi he hud half
the people In town out looking for
Ihcrii
What does become of chess
pnxilgirv' People who think it
ian'1 be f.ood for a child to think
so hard will be interested to know
ihat others came to the same con-
clusion about Arturo. He was
taken on* chess for two years, and
bent to school.
He Is back now on a part-time
hosts, and this year he won the
Spanish championship by a nar-
row margin. He studies at school
V the hundreds of thousands of pictures which
came out of the Second World War one seems
ave lingered particularly in readers' memories
It is the picture I am printing here.
"The Man Who Wept was what many papers
quite simply culled it. Who the man was no one
knew. But as the picture went round the world
early in 1941 this grief-stricken Frenchmanwatch-
ing a march-past of disbanded regiments after Ihe
capitulationwrmed to symbolise for all Allied
lountrles the suffering of France under her mis-
fortune.
The picture was taken in the streets of Mar-
seilles.
And there Jerome BsMotli -The Man Who Wept
For France- UU lives..
He il In the textile business. ,
He lives In a comfortable villa on the Boulevard
gins.
hates photographers.
Well, it's Noah's Ark
But while the search is on whatever became
nf those people who were going to Mount Ararat
to look for Noah's Ark? The leader of the expedi-
tion was Dr. Aaron Smith, of South Carolina, and
he did actually go.
He spent two weeks roaming round the moun-
tain last year, but didn't find anything remotely
resembling the Ark. He alill thinks it's there
fossilised by now. of courseand he was going
again this year, but he decided not to because Mount
Ararat, whlrh is in Turkey, hi- rather close to the
Soviet border.
NEXT *,,. t*~n. *~ *> WISH.- kkl.,
tith Queen. God bless her. will fascinates me in lookru>
pull a lever ji the lop of Loch around Loch gfca il not so much
Lomond and immediately a great > pylons striding off to Glasgow
giant wUl start to work for Huoh monr | WM formated by
5ksfifitf vlfssMM
don too possibly, because tie WiM *? "' w' *P o-' rigged up on the naUtnal grid ^^~. ,..,. ,,
It ii beyond words this dc *W" '; >" *'" provide the
velopment of hvdro-ele.ttlc power ^"JT *> Killd the next powe.
In Scotland. It is something in "u**on t .,
the pure realm of poetry -. "" ** h>f*l,ne ,ou, * lAh
There, after five *e*rs' work by Sloy, the men creating the new
2.200 men, the scene quietens and Theme gt Glen Shlra will have
ten men per shift attend this great 'heir electric compressor n
giant who has agreed to provide powered t- break up granite for
our morning tea Sod our powerful aastmilation with cement to build
machine tools another dan
This is a thing that is difficult They will have their huts light-
lo put Into language but let me eil They ill have their break-
For Ever ,
The
id unpmductivi
fasts cook*!, all In a sidelin
the great Lh Sloy, who Is mean
while attending to his business oi
atlng the arid and .it the i
Hugh'
He
ililerness of Loeti Sloy and Ben instant creating the next puv>t-i -
Vorllch. by its sheer power in ful booster
weight, will oparate for ever at Now look at these mightv
no cost to give us amenities in our mountains and these desoliili-
crowded cities ajvea. No human being could
nSf1 1J 11^"?*? .,'"nw "** <* 1'ving hc-iva bouts. One
light and heat Out of the barren vratch mountain your hpt-waler bottle ^ wd k N n
this
itself.
The great power cables stride
over the mountains from the side
of Ben Vorluh all the way 40
miles to Bearsden in Glasgow, and
Ahen the Queen's hand touches
that lever on October 18 a hundred
million kilowatts of power will
procreates ^ can ^ B Yet this is said to be the ancient
territory of the MacFarlanes. Hv.
they lived only the MacFarlsne-
know
When the full moon csme up II
was called MacFarUncs' Lanlcr
that gave them light for their
for five hours a day and then
plays or talks chess for two.
Whatever happened to "Sailor'"
Malan. the Battle of Britain fighter
pilot who shot down 32 German
aircraft* At one time you could
not pick up the paper without see-
ing his name, and Churchill was
godfather to one of bis children.
He came from South Africa and
gt the end of the war he went back
trur. With bis wife, his family,
and his medals.
How is he making out now?
Pretty well, according to one of
our men who went to see him In
Kimberley. He Is private and
political secretary to Harry Op-
penhelmer the diamond million-
aire, and drives around in a sleek
American car.
1I> likes the |ol> well enough.
but he reallv wants to be a farm-
er. So he has >ust bought some
land and 900 sheep. l-ater he Is
going in for calsje.
"Farming is the life for me," he
said. He has tried pretty well
everything else. He was nine
years at sea before joining the
RAF. Hence "Sailor" Malaji
And what on earth became pf
Macon? You must remember the
stuff. It was a cross between mut-
ton and bacon and was going to
make the British breakfast worth
eating In war-time..
The Ministry of Food has had .
man going through the Mies to find
out Its fate for me He says It
seems to nave vanished wlthou'
trace, and if you ever tasted any
of It you'll probably agree thai is
the best thing that could have
happened.
L.E.8
flow. It will probablv mean that dirty deeds They marauded a ...
there will be no domestic "peak- they plundered, and when life not
too difficult, they came down to
the bonnie. bonnie banks nf l^ch
hour" worries in Glasgow
And possibly, o life goes on
abundantly, there will be no
"peak-hour" troubles In Birming-
ham; but this Is only the begin-
ning.
The Babies
This is only thr **m of lu;
scheme* of Highland cljnnmg in
I,.mmnl and rowed themselv
little inland and stayed
mill the sheriff relented
|0 .
These Three
But bark to the lorhside. I
the Scottish Nationalist
hlch these Grampian Mountum movement will not be too deeph
by their mere existence will work disturbed when I tell about the
""'.. ,u*n wno dld *t all a Scotatrui'i
But big as this scheme Is. what fmm Cork
ll.l.r
'-'
I' Heroic

11, tails* than I am that U
to say he is over six feet, he hi
a line of features in his fact
rather like Ben Vorllch, he cairn
here five years ago with a hut t
house two men. he has seen al
this great development under hi
g)aj
1 said to him "You must be .
proud man Hut. of course, a mai
like ili.il dogs not know Neti
pride is. He lives pride H.
pride. nd then-fore he knows no.
ihlnv about It.
Ilia. Bet
The second mime m t.'r
Immense Scottish ner* k em
Edward MacCol) who u
.tii tt a
.. hem. but the tin, |
which you and I '
forget is Tom Johnston
I ssdd ui him. afiej
back fium vte*, of theei
luto moors 'An you
nun *
With iodm mdiaTnaU
torted: "I never nude a bet .
nu life '
But I said to him. "You a;,
the chairman Of the Seotti
Hydro-Electric lttN>i.l And *
..re also Uie chairman of t
Scottish Tourist Bourd And
tne degree m which the ra
(alls on Scotland and drive- i:
tourists out. it drops its benev<
lence upon the
He agreed
1 said to him "Surely th^l
Ihe aet slde-bel In Sci.HI1
hlsteryr-
Wonderful
Eight inches of rain fell .
Loch Sloy lasl aiaafc Isll. and
inches all tolti |fl |Q ,u,vs
Warmth for Qlaogow, hot-watai
bottles
What a wonderful w.n 1 I i.
live In near the bonnie. bonttM
banks of Iaku LognoBd, afbss
you take ihe high road and I
take the low road, lutmrlln
thriHigh Ben VorHeh ti
ourselves With nine illlee.
-I..F S
A wuc mothci lets baby decide about
the milk tor bottle feeds. Ij>rs of energy, steady
gains, contented dsy*, peaceful nigha these tell her what she mo-i
wanu to know- baby is doing splendidly on (Htenrulk.
important additions n* aaade: Iron
to enrich ihe blond lUgsr to modi' v
ihe food for tiny digcitions Vitamin
I) to help build strong bones and
teeth. CKtenndk is made by Gia*o
I .abort) or m I.id., who, sirKC laot,
hsvs been pioneers in ihe derelop-
meni of the besi possible foods fot
t>hiet.
Way can motha pin ber faiih so
fumly on Ostermitk Because, where
braaat SSsdaag is difficult or Impossible
it la tha perfact substitute lor mother's
milk. OeiersaUk ii finest grade cow's
milk, drisd nndcr tha moil hygienic
condUhau. The protein, great body -
rrrlHsa. U soadt easily digmihle
by eas ssssar drying process. And
pntrmt
iW/i im
OSTERMILK
h right
For your frea copy ol illustrated Baby Book Phono 4475
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Doctors
Get A Airliners Run
Public Sandman No. 1 Warning "Like Buses'"
He had to Happen in a City of
Push-Button Whimsy
NEW YORK.
New York is the most unrelax-
ing city In the most unrelaxed
country In the world. But the
Americans never give up the fight
against nervous tension. How can
they? "Relax, relax, relax" is
screamed at them the whole time.
The word "relaxation" has
come to mean the Joy of living.
Moreover, if they cannot achieve
this bliss by their own efforts
(strangely enough, no one seems
to have thought that lack of effort
might be the easiest way), then
it will have to be done by machine.
And for the machine-made
variety of relaxation there Is al-
ways a ready market among the
people who are by now convinced
that there is nothing that cannot
l- done at the flick of a switch.
Kelaxercising
The Litest darling of the "We
must be up to date even If it kills
us" set is relaxercising. This is
supposed both lo exercise and re-
lax you in one operation.
The qualified masseur who
totes his infernal machine round
to his clients, straps pads round
your stomach, arms and legs, and
then to a so gently intoned "Now
this is going to case al> Mmse
tensions out of your tern:
make you feel nice and v "
proceeds to try to electrocute i
Naturally it is a great sue ess.
No. 1 Prize
But the pm*> .or the biggest
all-out effort in urtillclal relaxa-
tion must go to "The World's
Only Sleep ShbwSolves 1,001
Sleep Problems" and Its creator
and director. Mr. Norman Dine
known as Public Sandman No. 1.
His two assistants are referred
to us Public Sandmen No. 2 and
No. 3. Dorothy Davenport, another
helper, who sings restless babic-
to sleep lo order or will teach
unmusical mothers how to do the
Job themselves, has no sucn
defined status. She is known
*irnply as the Lullaby Lady.
The Sleep Shop Is really just
a department of a large Iron-
mongery stora situated in New
York's Avenue of the Americans
(lately Sixth Avenue). But, In-
somnia coming next to ulcers as
a national affliction, the project
SEA VIEW
GUEST HOUSE
HASTINGS. BARBADOS
EXCELLENT Ct'ISINE
FILLY STOCKED BAR
KATES: $5.00 per Day *
upwards
ilnrlualvr)
Apply
Mrs W. S HOW ELI.
has leaped far beyond the realms
bf hot-water bottles snd kapok
pillows.
Do you suffer from a snoring
spouse'1 Mr. Dine will sell you
any of three kinds of snore
snuffer, the most popular of
which Is an anti-snore ball, a
device which, attached lo the
back of a pyjama Jacket, stops
the wearer from lying on his
back by gently rolling him on to
his silent side.
You can buy (for Its. fid > a
bottle of bath salts which arc
guaranteed to induce pleasant
dreams. A Lullaplne which
"hums a constant droning tone
U'etf the Iron Curtaln'i
'- ofihy thing toe
' i ea / uul control of
and dispels -, relaxing pine
fragrance." comes a little dearer
10. Too tired to count your
own sheep? Try a numbered
sheep-rotator (2. 15s.). Or per-
haps you need to be hypnotised
lefore you can sleep-so there's
a gramophone record made by
our old friend Ralph Slater to
send you ofT (SOe.).
There are special noise-absorb-
ing curtains and three line- of
Patent Tlr-stops for those who
i .u-: have rnaiet.
More subtle innovation Is aw
illustrated card which pollteli
and poetically pleads your case,
:ii which is meant ib be pre-
sented to noisy neighbours For
the bald-headed there are Carnan
lleadwarmers; for the cold-feeteu
electrically heated bed-socks.
In a country where pettV
annoyances like reading in bed
constitute mental cruelly In n^mti
of the divorce courts, Mr. Dine
has dono everything possible to
protect modern American mar-
riages.
The Slecv Shop's pride is the
Juck Spratt Bed. This one costs
{80. It is a double bed designed
for couples with differing taste*.
One half of the mattress Is firmer
rtian the other side. To go witn
>l there is a Jack Spratt Blanket
lt20), which is warmer along
one half.
The CbMB-U
Beside radio devotees can buy
the Silent Radio, which has a
connecting Magic Ear Piece that
goes under Ae pillow, and is,
therefore, only audible to one oi
Greatest boon of alla biscuit.
two in a bed.
tailed Cheez-lt, which can't ieavi
. -umbs in the bed.
There is also Robot Cigarette
Holder which minimises the risk
of the house catching fire because
of careless smoking, and Beam
Alarm, which, when pressed, yell-
blue murder and forces an
intruder to flee in panic."
Mr. Dine has not forgotten about
the morning after. None of the
Sleep Shop's alarm clocks merely
ring bells at you. One awakens
you to the music of a tinkling
waits; another says politely, but
firmly. "Wake up, please "
And yet, should all these gadget*
leave you a slave to one kind of
neurotics or another, you don't
have to gnash your teeth. The
Americana are sentimentalists.
Says Mr. Dine: "Weeping Is easy
and restful. Pent-up emotions
should be healthfully released.
Do not shamedly stifle them."
So he will offer you his Heart-
break Pillow, a heart-shaped,
waterproofed, qullted-satin cus-
hion to cry on, for 28s.
The Paradox
There's that about the Ameri-
cans. Mr. Irving Berlin's hcrot
can sing about the benefits of
Doing What Comes Naturally.'
Mr. Dine and the rest of the arm?
of gadgeteers are there to tak<
over when that advice no longer
works.
us.
By CHAPMAN PINCHER
While 30 people ar ill at Brox-
bourne, Herts, after eating hum.
Britain'* medical officers of healiii
are being warned of the danger
Of "plague-size" epidemics ul
: ood -poisoning.
TTie doctors are told that isejaaj
the rising number of caaea r
inecked. outbreaks mrst be ex-
pected as serious and difficult Id
icmrol as plague was 0O year-
ago.
A medical inquiry has proved
* tat something far more serlout
than odd instancea of "dirty"
focd lies behind recent outbreak*.
Ioutfhenrd
Doctors have convincing evi-
dence that the germs which aause
food-poisoning have recently in-
creased their virulence. They can
now multiply within the i.uman
body and so be passed from person
to person.
A few years .go these germs
could not live in the human bod v.
Pood tainted with them could
poison people who ate U. hut the
germs themselves were killed
inside the body. Se epidemics of
food-poisoning were not possible
During ihe lasl eight years lh<
germs have become tougher.
Hundreds of people have unwit-
tingly become carriers of ihe
disease
Doctors now say that these
people,, ore a* dangeroui to the
rest of us as carriers of typhoid
The menace from carriers is in-
creasing as more and more people
get into the habit of eating in
canteens and restaurants, where
one carrier handling food can
hy 1070 America's Internal
(.irlines will be carrying mon
int-r-clvy passengers than lb-
railways will be. This is ih<
ton-cast in a survey by the I'on
of New York Authority who an
responsible for New York's air-
ports as well as docks.
Between ,.? big cities in U.S A
airssMn now fly wiih almost
bus-service frequency.
Competition between airline*
and railways has been described
as "cut-throat."
Angry
Airline companies are still
iingry about a recent commercial
r.ipidly spread infecUon.
live Siep.
The man mogf rcspafaTlble fui
the realisation that food-poison -
lr.g Is a serious threat Is Dr. James
Grant, Medical Officer of He-IU,
for Gateshead. who carried out
'ii-* main Inquiry.
He lists live steps which mu>i
be taken uumvdiately if food-
polsonlng is to be controlled in
time :
EEMOVAL of all carriers from
catering establishments until
they CU be treated and cured
ACTION by the Health Ministry
to compel doctors to report all
eases of food-poisoning so that
carriers can be tracked down
GREATER insi.itcnc-e on per-
aonal cleanliness among all
people handling food.
STERILISATION of dried egg
and all other foods likely to be
contaminated with food-poison-
ing germs
IMPROVED storage of food In
ships, warehouses, and restau-
rants to keep il free from flies
and vermin.
-MS.
broudea*l bv n nlrwt)
which featured she sion ol m
bu crush and "plugged" that it
wej nlar tn travel by rail.
The bsgget airlines now hove
' it-venue than mOBt of the
iitllwuys have.
Brili-..! I*roliis
When Britten European Airwey,
tot (heir Met of an Aingwed
Amh.r iiii>i :.'.i. i . i .
to make big profits.
Chief ataaCUUve PMej .:
Held estimates thai each Ami-i
M>dor can aern potential pro
nf 22,000 a year fur the I'm
poratlon, whereas Dakotai dntni
the same work wou
CM.0O0 a year each.
BEA expect to take delh
uf their first Ambassadors e
next year
l.niiiloti-J*itri\
They will il. on Ihe '......i
Purls rout.' ..f--
und aircraft proving flights
With Ambassador)
operate from London Alrporl
instead of Nnrtholt, which
scheduled lo return lo the RAF
Note BKA lee*
in the last Bnancla! yen. The
deficit svea ftdwod i
than half compared with I94RI49
and It is still .ii ;
PUeei
In Washington an airplane firm
has designed a "Fleep
on the Taylor .V i
it Is a Jeep to which wings, fun
age and propeller can be attache*
to make II fly.
Windmill
The Hoya| Canadian Mounts!
Police, who elreedy have ,i Heel
of Airplanes, are mw inter* ted
in hehei,|ilei> A |*tW C..n,.di.in-
built windrn.ll.pilarie" w a
'iern'iiidratr.1 recently I
afr officials
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PACK TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, OCTOBER i, l*M
Fourth W.I. Conference\BlueDiamond Why noi tjy Making
Meets In Curacao Brings *
S28,000
Next Month
PORT-OF-SPA1N, Ocl 7.
THK Went UldUB ConfarWWi lirsl international Con-
ference in which inert was direct participation by repre-
sentatives ol non-self-governing areas, will med for its
Fourth Session in Curacao. Netherlands West Indies, on
November 27th.
Federation \\ ill Be
Set Back
*** ol the rTsncb
in^MiitntoU, and
b ....... ..........-..as aua United
Shut. tnmeBFsas ..ill uimuu use
p jiuesn* of um area umu
t- i id, ween the ii.ee.mg
evptviea Ui end on n.i
uucuvMon.. urtU atonl cfnefly witb
ii i i
the Tbira
B< t .. rsBasg dealt
Mim .,luatnal problems
tan uinferenet
ii l44 by 111*
Anglo-A:.. bbean Com
mission.
pi ovule j system of regular eoti-
sultatior, *iIS local repiesenie-
Uvee on mgrters of common
liitemi. e^peeiallj those having
social Ukl MCinomk si|_
Two CHlle.l States territories
^Puerto Hwu and the Virgu
Islands i and eight linlui.

British Guiana. Britlsn Hondu-
ras, J-iii.il> s, Uv .trds, Trini-
dad. Wimi wards J were repre-
sented at the First Conferenci
at Barbar1 in 1944. With th*
adhered'' ol France and lb
Neth?rlai to the Carlbbeai
Co ..mi**!- the Second Confer
<-uee at SI .'homa* in the U.S
Virgin Islands In 1940 had
representatives also of Martin-
ique, Guadeloi.;-e. French Gul-
ar, i Surinam and Curacao
Each terrttor> is entitled to send
two iiHegetft, and as many advls-
m .1 gsatstden necessary.
Members ol the Caribbean Com-
mission and Metropolitan advisers
may also attend The Commission
msy also Invite observers, b
nly Ihe delegat
LOMDOM
A hKte a*tieud from n Am-
erican mystery box" brought
I2S.0M l a public suction
London
Th* blue diamond bewildered
the expert! Specialists cuu'd not
believe what they saw They ex-
amined ii over and over again to
ivertaln 1/ it natural colour was
really blue.
Then Mrs. Patricia Heriot-
MaitUnd of Errol, Scot I and. who
offered the diamond for sale, re-
vealed Its story.
The blue diamond, a big stone
in the shape of a long oval, was
part of a eollecUon gathered by
her great uncle, Louis Winan*
He was a wealthy Airier cast
and a bachelor A Brighton.
England dealer found diamond},
for him, getting them from all
over the world. The .olleetton
took near v 50 years to build up
and consisted of more than two
dozen stones
.r ilun Oil IBMMXHlim I
PORT-OF SPAIN,
Mr. Quintln O'Connor, Secre
tan ui the Foderaicd Woskers*
;on, and also one of the
-." successful candidate*, at flat
.scent general elections, con
testing the Purt-of-Spaln Xas
sees, said in a rooms uroedcast
i S,..un. that if Tnm-
.ad's new Constitution fel's
-ederalion of the West Indies
kill receive a set back. Contlnu-
ng he said: "We are on the
eshold of a great change m
i is Colony. The next live years
..II meaa whether this ssnell ..
.Vtst Indian nation will survive death he had deposited three
i perish. The political BiUaaluio "mystery bones" with his hank-
wll be ca watched with era. directing that Mrs. Herlot-
aied breath by large numbers Maltland. her mother and hei
f the people of this Colony ana sister should each receive one On
'. -i Indies; and even t&oac' opening them they found that they
vho show no interest in politics, contained the diamond!
esult of the next five years i Winans" collection
1928 Louts Wtnsm
, died Just
then
from
affect them."
Said Mrs Herlot-Maltlsnd
V.D. Specialist
"The blue diamond was one of
the several stones In my box. but
because It was too small to -
as a brooch and too big far a ring
I put rt away and never bothered
much about it. Lately my sorts
.. has been selling off our diamond
i>t Dr Donald Rnd wnI lnul OB* didn't think
worth more than about
PROFITEER FINED %480
I i. Own porr*itoiiiti
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Oliver Grasette, a Port-of
Spain market vendor, was re-
cently fined $4go tor tailless lin
He Blended guilty of asUmg on*
pound of beef for N cents.
M-.te.id ( 4B cents. "You c;in't
io that and gel away with it
all the lime", .mi the Maglsti ii<;,
-'.hen he sentenced him to six
nonths' hard labour. A wnlie
bb*. however, Mr. Acton Brown
ilarrister-st-Law, asked the
' to Impose a fine on
IrHzetto, as he had a wife and
sot hiltlren.
s of the territories
hove the right to vote. They meet was transferred here as s mad.
under the chairmanship of thel eal officer Grade B. Yaws Conu\J
Co-Ob airman of the national sec-1 "nicer He also acted on several
tlon <' the Caribbean Commission I occasions ss Grenada Surgeon
In whose territorv the Conference I Specialist. In 1948. Dr. Gentle
Is being held The Chairman I visited Trinidad and uiiderwen
Of the Curacao Conference will ac-1 short course In V.D control
eardinglv be His Facellency, methods at the Carlhkiiii Medl-
afr. Charles H. Dsubanton. Weth- Cenk*
erlands r-o-Oulrmsn.
3 Months Before
Whi.' trie Conference itself
makes (he r>nal decision on the
NBdenti of its agenda, n provis-
ional .1. rid* 1*4)1 eiiared in advance
and .u.jlalgV 1" all interested
parfle by the Carribuean Com-
eMsSlon tlM-ec-months l)efore the
Centcre. .e Jsjfcns It was felt
that iht SecuTSI Conference at St.
Thom.1, arterripted to deal with a
wider rniige of subjects than could
be adequately discussed In the
three weffa IBM meeting lasted or
than could Weffcctively dealt with
by the perQeipating government*
In the imaBlr interval between
Conferences.- -
Wltile mating provision for
general discussion on all raatteri
dealt with at the last Conference
In connection with consideration
of the Secretary General's report.
the provisional agenda for the
coming Conference has. as at
Guadeloupe, highlighted a single
topic. The Agricultural Problem*
of the Caribbean. It Is expected
that the Conference will concen-
trate on the development of thli
theme and discuss other matters ir
relation to it.
Agriculture
The Conference itself decide
upon the ilnal agenda far thi
meeting, but to assist the delegate:
a provisional agenda has beer
drswn up. In this It is suggested
that the agricultural problems
be considered under the following
heads:
1. The importance of agricul-
ture in Caribbc.ni economy
with reference to the worlc
market
2 Farm Management:
(I) Soil Conservation and
Fertility.
(11) Water Control.
(DU Animal Husbandry.
(lv) Types of Farming.
3 Rural Welfare-
(i) Land Tenure.
(ii) Land Settlement.
(nil Rural Housing, Includ-
ing amenities and Pot-
able Water Supply
(lv) Extension Services.
(vi General Rural Educa-
tion.
(W) Co-operation
1 Our 0n CcrrrtfMMMMnt-
POHT-OF-SPA1N.
Dr G UK. Gentle, ef arena.!
bus been appointed to act as J.D,
-pociuiisi, in pli
Muggins. Dr. Gentle took up the.
post with the Trinidad Govern- 900"
merit shortly after his arrival ;n * Hertot-Maltland added
Trinidad Before coming to'ths; it would be no use for bur-
Trinidad. I>r Gentle was a *tars earning to her home.
"" officer in Grenada. a^|ute Jheee aw
Peace Instead Of
USED TO
DREAD
WORK
Threatening War?
If. JUHK COHDO.V
WHERE ui Um foreign policy to ipiing upon us and devour us.
at Mr. B*vm leading u ? To Thoy are epreading acrou Ihe
Never Heard Of
Western Union
LONDON.
A public opinion poll hem in
Britain nas disclosed uiat 4. per
cent of the people sjuissed nso
not beard or reeo about tne pmn
to form a union ol tne western
wrupean nations.
The quiz was held under the
auspice^ oi tne European Move-
in ii European coimiries.
The chairman of tne intcrnaUonal
council of Use movement. Pegu
Htnn Spaak of atelgiuin, >
nounclng tne i suits in Lea,eon.
said that the British survey re-
vealed a deplorable state at
BOGUS 110 NOTES
Iruin Our Own Carrwevnesnt>
PORT-OF-SPAHV.
Bogus 110 notes are reported
to be back in circulation
i'ort-of-Spain. The police are
v. -tiK.itink a few which had
"--n tendered a few days igo.
rhe most recent note uttered was' T
atesd by the police In Wood-(^" ,. ,.
rook. The old method of print- ^S ..^iTv
.g the flpire -10" over a worn gf 113'
ut $2 is being adopted. The
public Is warned to be en the
>iokout.
Tne survey was begun early this
year and was completed snortly
before the outbreak of the wer
m Korea, ssetweem i,suo na
3,aO0 people were quixassl an s
country. The results have been
computed so as to present s true
cross-section of pepulauon
FLOUR COSTS MORE
-im Our Own Crr-.por.dsnl. '
PORT-OF-SPA1N.
Mr. A A. Douglas, Acting
c ntroi ei of Imports and
Exports In Port-of-Spain, said
lress Conference, that thi
The result showed that a major-
ity of the people of the 12 coun-
tries favoured some form
European union, while a large
number had not made up tneu
It was Indicated at apaak's
conference met 2t per sens,
had not heard 01
the European Union plan
first made aware of the .
in the course of the interview
with their interrogators.
Only a few persons, rarely
ceoding 10 per cent, were opposed
to the idea.
After answering varloua ubsldl-
iry questions. 82 per cent of the
people thought that European
Union would be good for them
greater risk of war or to a richer
soothing of international rancours
the innamisigj of ihem ? To a
_ ater risk of war or to a richer
prospect of peace ?
These are question* upon which
hang Ihe lives of millions
TWO vital decisions have been
akon in ths last furuiight.
(1) Mr. Bevtn and hla fellow
oreign Ministers have agreed on
uli-lf of their Governments (hat
iv attack made upon Western
ermany will automatically bring
<2> Mr. tsevin aad his col-
leagues at home have begun ths
rearming ol Britain
The Only Steps?
Now there is a good case- lo be
made for both decis.ons. Thej
seem to promise greater M-curtta
Urns when we are not leeling
too secure. They seem loglei. ano
proper steps to take
But are they ths only steps e
can take ? Are they even the est
steps?
IS it possible that we are being
misled mio accepting rearma-
ameni as the only possible policy
likely to prevent war For, of
course, it isn't. Indeed. If we come
to consider II the only policy open
to us. then we may well find our-
.'Wes In an even more dangerous
tuation than we an in at pre-
sent
Rearming is as liable to bring
grimmer Insecurity as it Is to give
iu greater security It will not
Hay international tension. On the
contrary, It will almost cer-
tainly increase-it
Wild Talking
There are already far too many
people on both sides of the At-
lantic talking wildly about ukingj
the Initiative in opening the war
they regard as inevitabls by
throwing atom bombs on Russia.
And there are probably just as
many wild men in Russia talking
similarly about us.
As rearmament hots up r,
ii: national tssBBssmture. that sort
of tslk will spread and develop
As it spreads, cool, d;
thinking will eeeosne h
acceptable And the
come when one side
will be forced Into a l
decision. TUat is how
COULD a better British policy
i found? And what should it be?
measure of learmamenl for
defence certainly, for we must at
all times be able to beat off sud-
den attack.
Certainly, too, some effort must
be nude to make the countries of
Western Europe much more able
and willing1u> defend them-
selves than they are to-day
But the very foundation of ou
policy should surely be a bold.
energetic, ceaseless campaign
restore amity and understanding
between the snarling nations. For
that Is fsr more important than
rearmament.
To racily Them
islng of the. Canadian dollar 11Pna&l f1 **" 5*"1 ,t,uu*hl
vouid mean an increase in the ,! would * **rds preserving
andad coat of flour In Trinidad P-*0*-
He felt that if the value of the : II wa* pointed out to the peo<
J-ingdlan dollar as against the lle QUesUoned that s European
pound sterling weast over the
it figure, or goes on ferity
American
miouni of increase
"uid be sustained.
dollar, the
in subsidy
Si snd Ii
day m
or another
ild. insane
ivars begin.
tern world the story that she
has armies vaster than the world
ash ever known before. That she
ready to hurl at us a stag-
gering strength in war machines.
They declare that she plans the
nsilitiiry conquest of the world.
t of that propaganda will
prm to be nonsense when sanity
.-etui- s to us. There is very little
rvidence that Hussia has any de-
sire to conquer the world in a
military sense.
Stalin* theeire
Only last week Mr. Averell Har-
anu.il, of America whose know-
.eoge of Russia and Stalin is
probably greater and more Intl-
nate than that of any other man
-'> mg a part in Western diplo-
nacy to-day, expressed his strong
ioubts that Stalin desired or
mil start a world war.
No doubt Russia's leaders wash
riiently to spread Conimununn
. toss the world. But that cannot
M done by force of arms.
And whatever effective counter
Jit re may be to Communism, it is
ei 'ainly not rearmament either
m v or on the Continent. Housing.
ficaper living, lass burdensome
-axation, a wider spreading of
i;i|>p*nesa would be much more
'ectlve.
I'Ufc danger of war lies in the
laet that the Rugalans are in a
isate of terror.
There is plenty of evidence to
itietify the assertion that they do
lOt ..m war, and that they fear
way For they know well enough
.hat their punishment In war
A-oiaW be terrible.
It u that fear which is forcing
Mem into wild decisions, unrea-
(iiing decisions. W* would be a
wiser people if we made our policy
lie removing of that fear lether
man relying merely on rearms.
asm
Of course. It would be absurd to
underestimate the task of (liapeU-
ing such fear. The Russian mind
LI .""SS".0"" '/ " to "' -
stand. The terror fixation is flrm-
'y implanted '
To i
Irult,
Union would mean that the freer
trade would enable some of the
industries in their countries to ex-
pand, while others, unable to stand
up to increased competition,
would be obliged to close down
Asked whether in view of this
ihey favoured a union. 48 per cent
aid they were at favour. 21 per
'-enl were against, and 36 percent
were undecided.
In answer to this question the
people quizzed In Britain
Our danger lies in the growing
antagonisms between nations.
urely it should be our overruling
Kiicv as a nation to smooth di
Dee antagjssseagqg. To smooth
'them downee human endeavour
can surely do if that is made its
purposeto the point when they
me finally swept away.
Yet with every atap we takt
increase our strength, wa teik
more and more of war, and lees
and less of the preservation o
peace, last that rather foolish?
Far toe many people to-day re-
!ard war ae inevitable. And un-
Diiunately far too many of Uv
leaders on both sides of the
Atlantic encourage Ihem in that
4 Agricultural Credit
V Marketing Problems
N Agricultural Labour and
Mechanisation.
1 Agricultural Research.
On the suggestion of the Third
iesaio'i of the Conference
pers in these fields have been .
iihmitted to the Conference for against, and 32 per cent undecided
nnsideration. aWan
emove it will be a long, dif-
dangerous and ., times
taybe a disheartening business.
For Ui To Lead
But if we are to preserve the
.-ace of the world and the lives
uid homes of millions, it is the
supreme task to which we must set
ouiNeiv.. A task ia which Britain
.hould take the leader-hTp-bv
herself ir necessary if she cannot
" .tne present carry all her allies
itn her.
We ought to begin to have a
erolgn poHcy of our own again.
lerfiaps when Mr. Bevin retires
ljt'iias is forecastwe may
m- ve in that dlrecyon
^or we are a great people with
ii incomparable record In world
i- iershlp and we could by the
vi-dom of our actions over the
n<- the world.
HURCHILL pointed the path
''mid begin to tread when he
riled for ihe reopening of per-
nnaj talks between the leaders of
h itain and America and Stall
Ills suggestion was biusquelv
L: ushed aside by Attlee. Bevin. and
Iruman whose hands are on the
i ller at this moment. That
"rove to have been a grave and
'nort unstatesmanlike action
their part.
To Conquer Fi
For It Is only by such contacts
that the leaders of Russia will
avag be brought to reaJise lhat their
ftsrs are groundless.
And though they may for long
-purn any advances we make,
evertheless It Is otir duty in the
.ause of uumanlty to keep on
trying, whatever the difficulties.
until some progress la made.
Let us realise that to drive fear
the ut of the world Immense efforts
will have to be made, not merely
by Governments, but also by the
i'Copies who bend Governments o
en Will.
This Is a time which calls for
higheai duty to see latsamiuishlp of the highest wis-
evonciled before the dam. But, alas, it Is also a time
Hut it n a false vitw. A depl
able, defeatist, and dangerous
view And if not rheckad it can
bring catastrophe upon us.
WAR is sot Inevitable. It never
Is inevitable. It Is made bj
mistakes and follies of men.
All antagonisms can be recon-
ciled, even the aatagomsms shak-
ing the world to-day. And it
should become our supreme policy
hat they
bombs begin to fall
The warmongers picture Russia
as a powerful wolf crouched readv
.' hen statesmanship has sunk to
. very low level. If. Indeed, it
Ists at all -I.ES.
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
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Women's IruUhittenrthe irit band
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mending: pocket*, drafted a letle.
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made of stronger material In
future.
"Screws, keys, money, and six-
bladed penknives cau*e the holes,
but the mam fault la that the
RMUrtal pockets are made of are
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Latham, wife of an electrician.
und Etwall's representative al
the Institution'* meeting
Mrs. Lucy Skidriall, ol Cut.
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only material Strong enough to
stand wear and tear."
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FACE TWELVE
SUSjp.W ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. 150
Pickwick Scores
323 Against College
TWt
KISMI \
rom I'.ir 4
knaft five wicket
pUcc but inc tee Man gj, w-s A K W|I y,
"VS!,. uiI> brt*hs ** '*" ,hr Lo,',,
J Williams ctnilnutd lo uowl h-u rldgeO Ha claimed foui
from the northern end an re- wicket* at a grealei rust, 43 run*
ttunipuun. Thieeiuiis -uvicvrwl but i* hi swlpinit B) lASlgr ball
Off DM Iirst ovaj Mr S Hettd- Met) push-si .|> thai anHWi.l *>f
ley bow In) fi in end runs
in place or C Smith who left .he Kmpire mangtt Ui gain al least
field. f.rat inning, lead, but the'
birkett scoreu two brilliant HrM cpn.forUble against the
lours on William*- eighteenth I xwige attack. This team, too. as
over to COT* Ml ICOIC U) 36 and - dy saved from betng bawled out
the total 16
A four lo the
pry off Mi Birkett's
wore lo 48. In the following over
from Corbin he lifted
over the Kensington -Stand tor six
lo tako him ua*t his half century
Drueg Inni.v.. on tha other hand.
who wu playji.L; .< defensive
game, was only 12 He n "red three
runs off Blackman to carry the
total to 198 Anoth-i ihr- off
Corbin's over took the total past
the double century
Soon after Rlrkett edged the
third delivery of iU.ukm.in'*
aecond over for the day, and was
caught by Thorpe at lint slip.
Ha contributed a valuable 67
which included -seven fours and a
aix.
Skipper Goddard. who lilled Ibc
breach, waa loudly applauded as
he walked out to the wicket to
make hla first appearance locally
since his return from England
Goddard'a flrat two runt came
from an overiiu-ow off tha bowl-
ing of J. Williams but in the fol-
lowing ball. (Williams' fifth of
that over) he was caught b>
wlckctkeeper Harrison and one.
a,:aiii cheered back to the Pavilion
D. Evelyn partnered Innlss wher.
the total was 111 for six. B
opened his account with a four tc
Square leg off IMaekman.
At 222 LtnrM waa caught by Mr
leaver h- :. Arm fifth
I ,ind -.( IS bj MClin,'
JiiiioRi.... weal to "
hen th- I fdi 'he loss
i i our .vickeU and began a phase
Jugging ai everything He was
I in Lodge's fast
tOI Jn runs
the most eon-
lent batsman of the day Ha bad
.o his credit and was not out
am tumps were dra*n Ha
t .Med in I v> Wjek suggested
-...ling was good but not
I. si. to ml hl-
sxkei r.isi bowler Rro>kfs
.wled unchanged for 14 overs and
- *ot 28 runs He
id Hi McOaaila bowled well
l ad kepi down the runs
I-odge Si-hool x lied In urllll-
'ice on The I and sb- 'l
.irked deter i .r Una to keep
: wring Bl lOW r.'le The tall
aaa Oil 'he I prevent high scores.
D.T.C Races
GEORGETOWN. B.C., Oct. 7
The DI'.C OttoMc Kacaa opea-
' to-day with brilliant sunshine
< d record crowd Including the
ovemor Sir Charts* WooUey
Results follow:
furlongs.
atvi nt)
ba' men stow erme,i to
,lr ISM
fc* Almn resulted in Om
this beirifc Lh<
. Lucas who was raugrit
hj JMarln. off f
lips, for 20 runs B. A Lawless
i' man in. and he play*.,
over.
Hutehinaon who had n
tin i una,
ass E To\ Bomb, A Joseph 117
< Tune. I min. 17 17$ sees.
J weals* Slakes. 5 furlongs,
l ..ihp- who was now inspire.! rigas H: Just By Chance, B. Per-
s success, appeared to l iud. noihs Gotdni*. O'Neill 115
i owllng

Vlth
pao
Bd
. lost their Eourtn
score at 14 N

i laas who had now score.
l>ush a dolly y
h hands of hts captain K
le eame in to partnei
Hutehinaon, who was still
smi with IB runs to his
. dit, Greenidge got a stagta "ii
the third ball of Bowen's over.
but Hutehinaon who Wei
:rike, was sent back .u
piivilion as he returned
to Bo'
lbs
112 IbS
Genno, Beck lea.
lewf. Path, NaJdoo,
T.me I mm 0J sees.
Weresuuaas' Treph). 6 furlongs.
-"lass C: Way Home, A Jooeph,
..4 lbs Waverley. F Singh, 114
.. Miss Shilley, O'Neill 124 lb*
iww Moll. Sunirti 124 lbs Time
i mui 15 2 S sees
Breeder. Slakes NeealSwM-d. I
furlong*. Brown Ruby. Gonzalez.
US lb* Qutck March, Yvonet.
I lbs Dillinger. Beckles, 114
II l Alarm. Sunirh. 114 lbs Time
I mm. 5 21% sees.
Half of the Carlton team wa* ,'*Zl C
PICTURED HERE, walklug la from tlis plans wfclcg arrtvM I
Trinidad oo Fmlav afternoon, wltk aklppsr Je Ooddard. u Bse.
O u. i < la4 .'iiber of tb Trinidad Tennis t u wa.ck koarsd
l'l. last Km O iff was also s member of t- I -'i~j,iaixtty team
w. .< to r B rb los in 1940.
Jolly Mill*
onet. 110 lbs; Ceres, Lutchman.
103 lbs; Btaek Shadow Naidoo.
M3 lbs. Goldnie. Patrick, tee 1W
l.me I min. M 1/6 see*
Dwnerk' and Trainer** Trephv
I mile, 100 yards.
CLASS A.
Lady P.nk. Sunich, 117 lbs.
i uhc after lunch lirown Jack. Heid. 110 lbs ^>
Cfeeaidge brothers, hurst, O'Neill 110 lbs
I the pavilion with 85
.....ITd W (Ireenuig'
I his brother ami puHe
iJoven to tin i a couple
b was '-ken without in;
rurtbav loea.
' Waliott and Bowen

ASTHMA
How to ease the strain in 30 seconds!
w
being dried out by a good
Mr. McComic and Cheese-
inn carried their bata for Lodge
o open the innings while pacers
Islington and Barker began the
:..whng attack for Empire.
Empire gained their flrst success
i lliv Uutd over of the day when
lillington got Mr. McComic
-j lod in the fourth ball of his
Head ley at thud slip of the fourthf eoond) over. The score had
Winning the toss, Carlton de
(led to bat. and K Hutehinaon
It look Empire 35 overs to di*- and E W. Marshall opened the
miss the school boys. Millmgioii innings Spartan opened their at-
wreaked the most devastation tnck with Clyde Walcott. un<:
igainst the boys, taking five wic- 'red Phillips, and these two
Empire won the loss and sent " hr,t,ov"; Lod* Sdu^1 WM*
.ii Lodge lo bat on the somewhat ''", uui ,' \ ..
vavy wicket, which was. how- ' took Enptra 35 ove.
kets for 22 runs during bis
delivery of Simrii..i. who had
iclied
placed Blackman at the nouthei
end. Iimiss knocked up 27 rur
K. L. G Hoad, jnr, sbarvd \\v
Kvelyn. A few minutes late
eighth wicket partnership wtth|
Evelvn hnd a narrow escape
one of J. Williams' knew
barely missed his stumps
The rate of scoring slowed tip-
considerably. Hoad scored a fouil
off Headley to take him beyond hi-; ,,
quarter century Evelyn al thisB
ighl
iirst
Spinner bowler King took
four wickets in his 12 oven at i
oi i nf 33 runs.
O. M. 1{m1>iiim.ii and M. Jones
went lo the wukel for Bagfl ft t
tackle the small total Lodge had
.el them. The batsmen bngui.
ar. easy way, but with the geoti
only three, in an attempt to gain
. run from a stroke which ob-
viously could allow Bat DO inn
with safety, Jones was run out.
A second Empire wicket fell ko
the eighth over of the Ixtdge
lliowne hud contributed
eight runs before he was bowled
ly a fast ball from Brookes
A well tuned l>wling chi
allied lui Lodge their third
ess Mr Mi Comie was brought his "first over
assiWjfiKSa^srTajTwaEra 'p^I^^E oSA^S^Se
son. Kmp went Ing nrac mure overs and then Alfcyiu- ,." 'm,rp ',1'''":''K wa> lh.ern forward to a slow one Carfo-.
vith stress on judgment to Mr. nilli now i09i their Aral witfcei
Mc Comic's llrsl bull and il wiXli lhe score at 22 of which
went low but direct to Dcane who MarihnU had scored 17 SJUppci
was fielding at mid wicket aiaJ (; HuUlunson then went .n and
ha made u -mart catch The score he got a quick boundary Hi
board read 22-37. Cave and brother "Kriinie" was contented
Qraat were then at Ihc wnket meanwhile U play Bowen's d-
Aftcr Cave was out Grant and i.veries with due care, until I
f
stage was only 13
When they had added 4B run
Hoad went out to cover drr
of Headley's del
ed and
keeper Harrison
but Evelyn was soon after caught
by Mr. A Willlama off the bowl-l
ing of Mr. S. Headley for 24 |
Mike Foster purtnered King who'
afterwards began attacking the.
College fast bowlers He scored
three foura off one of Williams'
overs and passed his quarter cen-
tury scoring at the rate of a run
a minuto.
King was later bowled by
Blackman for a well played 41
which included six foura Charlie
Taylor went in and played out the
remainder. Slumps were drawn
with the Pickwick total 323 for 9
wickets
icket fell
1'hc otnei opepju batsman,
i hevseuian. was Mllllngton't see-
ud victnn altai "niy .even more
. ana had Iieen added. It was the
' ist ball of the fifth ovu th.il
Cheeaaanan found difficulty in
laying and sent it high to Uourne
. t mid oil win. took the catch.
After *ix overs otr of which four
ins had been scored, Sklppei
placed Barker, bringing
ler King.
lluU-ninsoii and r'aruli Were
_. .in at 'he wicket and in an un-
drive one| rounad way, wero giving the
He miss-ai ;mplre bowlers much resistance.
led so accurately that foui
itdens were aeM down, bvfon '
-ingle run was scored Wahot' I
>wled mainly lnawtngers, and
icn had both batsmen in trou- I
le E W Marshall was the fit t I
i Ih' off the mark, when he on- I
m W.koii to the boundary, r
Hut.hins.ai collected .
off Phillips to open hi.
In the next over. Maishali
i. peuled this stroke, which earned
lum another "four" off ClydeV
iMiwIing
This opening pair wa
O nlldently when the Spartan
supper, Keitn Walcott brought oi.
-low bowler Bowen. He almost
mediately had Hutchinsnn in
difficulty. Walcott gave way i..
**" Harris, and the score moved up
without los* al the end H
Bowen's rtrat over
Greenidge on drove one of
deliveries for a brace to send
00 runs on the board after I3'>
jnutes of play. Clyde Walrott
as tried a second time, aasd
r*. Greenidge tickled him for ..
ingle to long-leg Runs came
uickei and soon 130 were sent
Cirecnldge. doing the bulk
scoring. Several buwllii,
uiiice* were made In an attempt
o break this stand, but without
pail
Greenidge reached his half cen-
ii/ after batting for over an
ur While his brother who had
> "en at the crease earlier wa*
I nying a rather subdued knock
1 il contribution being 36 At this
i aga he had to retire through
ROIL
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W-^erly. (O'Neill 117 lbs). Toy
Bomb, (A. Joseph 105 lbs.)
Ydhonaire, (Lutchman). Time
I Mm M 1/5
Browne '
he opened with i
then sent Ii
boundary off
Valcott's bowling Greenidge *
'iings came to a close whan he
bowled by Bowen for a well
i iyed 53 Warren was the next
'i and began to bit odt, Browne
>vai quickly returned to the
vilion for 7 runs and the score-
anl then read 19477. N. T.
' lirke went In and the 200 runs
.i-nt up aflar 109 minutes.
The remaining batsmen took the
core to 238 runs.
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THE TRI vL Bii)
Millington were
valuable partnership
mi
linn,! V EMPIRE
-ii.- (for & wkU.
Ball triumphed over bat
Lodge School yesterday
Empire only mustered 71 runs for
the loss of five wickets in replv to
Lodge School's 07 for all fn thr
first innings of their first division
cricket match.
At one time Lodge was 42 runs
for the loss of 0 wickets and It
was only a valiant last wicket ttruuaied
stand of 25 put up by Wilklc and ~
Welch which helped the team to
score 67.
The wicket was slightly green
but not particularly troublesome.
Errol Millington. Empire's pace
bowler cut down his pace to me-
dium and during a spell of 14 (s4M
| n-gan to send down his slow
Teaks from the North end.
With hi:- aaara alajkt, Farah was
;iven a chance when he failed to
.ft the hat well behind one of
King's and sent it to Barker at
cover. Farah made a similar mis-
take to the last ball of Kings sev-
enth over but this lime Barker did
not repeat his blunder.
King was now in full control of
Ins length and in the next over he
made liutWiinsoii edge the bail to
wicketkeeper Jones to send back
inc fourth Lodge wicket to the
pavilion. The score was 4V, Hutch-
.neon's being 12
Lodge iobt their llfth wicket
without any addition to the score.
Millington had been brought back
7 to bowl and in his laeosM ball he
claimed his third wicket. Mill- lapse, on the Urst day of the
irsrtou was only bowling at a match against Spartan.
_^ medium pace but with much guile Both bub men made a half cen-1
when -"'d Glasgow after a short hesi- tury. The day was bright, and
tancy could not help spooning il the wicket easy paced Spartan
to Aileyne. were strengthened by the mclu-
Lodgo then lost four wickets UOO of Clyde Walcott.
in quick succession, their score arrived with tha victorious W.I
only increasing by one run. team from England.
The last two batsmen, however, In spite of the plumb wicket K
W. H. Welch and K. G Wilkie 1* wen Spartan's slow spinner.
bamely against the demanded much respect from th
Empire bowling and In their l-atsmen of the Black Rock team
valiant partnership of 25. bat- 11a took of their e/foki
ted until after the luncheon in- 106 runs Spartan tlelded well
terval. Millington came back to I ut seemed lo tiro in the
the wicket on the resumption and .Inge. Pilgrim was outstanding ii
bowled Welch in the last ball of tins department.
CARLTON* v. SPARTAN
' j.-'11.111 l-t Innings ........ US
A fifth wicket stand of 89 runs
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Oroanldaji .it QiapisVl Park yee-
eritay. pulled Oarlton out of
..ii.it sooaiad like ,i certain col-
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V*0- HlnajnH- ....,-
at ild of Ih. irviibl m
" ""'' '" IN"
Marm. ati.tw the llchlin* in ^ nilnuti
the i-oi-iiia In IB bon,,, and .i.rta hen11nu
be -kin i->ll In 3 d
Nlaudarm
to a...
on the f'l
Kcae.na l
warm of f i
turn
JIMi and heal te akin n
' r
. k chciniat for Nn
Nixoderm
r*r Mktm TrmmblmB J-al
AUCTION
SPAI-IOUS OFFICF Marhill 8tt\
a u Baaa a. c> Aaaav
. A Co Di.t 4BMB
1 10 *av An
i WINSLOWCattle Waah. Hi. jo*epti
, F.it the month i.f Noven bet ItOO Appl.
i Mi- VV T Cortina. Simcit Hope PtanU
ii.., st Ti a il'J> 3n
!.- CMM O-'d
irltve O.irdena.
I |l M ..
MISCELLANEOUS
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
1 Eeicll*'. nana. 41 OU Suwea. ;'
Leather Bag*. I Waah BlM I Bina
I] Tint baklag Prrardar. I Let Tin
Cans, 1 Tin Vag. Paate. i Ivit DiMnn
oar -Oil Bound Paate,
S-te II 30 o'clock Tenna CaO.
KKANKER. TKOTMAN *% 00.
AcUakrrra.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
Saleo at LMyda Hoom*.
Blade- Nile.
PrM' ulr
CO.
TUeWay
17 II.an Slreet
Thuiwlay IBlh Mr. II
PI.-ei E.tate. at Phillip
Thuraday lath Capt A J
ll.ri.ley. llntlon* Hill
IKAN.II TKOTMAN
Vfj
.10.50In
REAL ESTATE
A WA1X HOUSE With ahop
Uckad. watar and electn.lty InaU
ut llotbarul Turnlnf Apply to F. *a.
Bryan, Old Put OnVa. Market Hill,
r Ciiuiben Thome. l*aatur* Road. Hank
Hall 9i' ',-.
OHM AIIOM AL
QUEEN'S COLLEGE
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
1950
I. Tha Wattinc Liit lor Queaail
Collaaa Entrance E.nir,,',atton Will
ba cloaad on the 13th 01 October
inso No application* win Mb
received after tin- date
Forme can be obtained rrom the
Secretary, tfiean* Collate
J The Entrance Es am I net ion a for
queen* Cllajr will be held or
the 13th Noeamber, IBSO. al St
a m Candidate* mu.t preaeni
ihwiwlvM at queen* College b>
0 a in aec empanled b> Toatl
mlrlreaaei.
TtrtTloN-tn Bpenlah hv *
It* f-attain Goi:*lui I ,
iw UnlvaMi r .
rerkelator tor the Vhihui .
e...... H '"
nplla. for CotiveraaUonai
urpoee. will alai .; deii*l-
r OBBria) Uoeumonta aid u
j**ec
St. Mirharl's Girls' Srhwil
NOTICE TO VESTRIES AND
i en mii v SOCIETIES RE
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
FOR THE YEAR. 1*51
The Entrance Eaaminalion tor Ike
. tor candidate*
** in* aae .,1 al*
HOUKU Double roof
Mug led houaa, ahad roor
'lachad. attuatad at Arthur
il Thornaa For m.oe.-th.n
at dear, ar Oeorca I^wla.
rd
sea..
OB
f.i
,u.
1 III W Jn
ENTBlllltlnX HOUKE I
"* ktandlng on 1', an
:hrl*l Chun-h. and dwelling I
out bulla-
Of lill.lt III
MM RBjMd.
hrlat Church, ad]Mrutaj the above
'iieritlotied premlat*
The niHtve menllonaat premiere will 0*
*l up for aah* by Mr* lAlcea
lr*qulre on Preanne* ft \0 Sun
--OLRNCOB.' Corner ol Keranneien
tew Road. FonUballe. The Houac con-
alna I Cktaed Oellery, 1 Drawing and
lining Room, a H-d-oon.a. Kltthen.lle.
rnilet and Hath B.JO0 aq (I ol land
rhere are leverel Corunut end Hrem
Fruli Traaa
Ma
' yard, alM
an
I lu I
IANI) About
and at NA'
'butch, willed
bout 11,000 Millar e leet ol
NAVY OANDBMI. Chrlai
R AHCIIKH
1 10 M- In
LANDApproximately I acre of
MMl aultabla for building at Rockley
new Road mear Ooll Clubi Apply
Sydney ij.hicy. laahley* IJmyrd
1IIN In
I.AMi Ai Hoed View. St Pelfr on
he era where there la aafe and excal-
lent aen bathing, la TS.000 aquara feet
of land with MinVle.it aaa frontage to
iconinw-laie two or more hpnaea Prif*
ttractlve Al Belleville li.00 aqnaie
(eel of land At Qulck*a Tenantry.
Twcodiide Road. 1MB aqua re leet ol
land Apply lo I'An. A Scott.
Mi.aailnc Lane 7.10.BOAn
LYNSTEDrJewly built
in Navy Garden* .'..i.dlng
Square feet of land
Apply lo Reverend W
Impertliin any day frotn I - p.m ea-
cepl Sunday*. Telephone No. TI
T W-an
Daih
NEW BUNGAlAlW -Built or Block
Stone 9 bedroom*, wllh waah baun.,
ulrctric light and running water within.
Handing on 1.000 aq ft wall encloand
Situated at Worthing, near Ooll Cluo
Apply: Norman AUeyne. "Amlf Ixlge
ror further particuluia dial BIS4
B. 10 SO-aji
..,.'. i (,..
FHOPBJRTY Thai aratrable propert
known ea Mnpai al Relnnvit Boad. naa
o the School,. Church and
The houar which la In perfect
Gallery. Drawing and Dining nonm*.
B'raklaM rooan, threo Bedroom*.
Kltchfgi. Water toilet end Rath Pt-re
reaaonabia Apply IfAroy A
7 10 10-an
bo win have attained
year* who will NUT Bk OVUM
U yaara ol on 31*1 July,
rn*n
Candldataa will be adi
III In January IBS
'Il In September I
GUI. ol eight ' year* B_
Friday, November 17th. IBM
and under 1!
day. November llth. IBM
All .naia.t.. are a*krd I
H.kaal nel laler than W.IB
mainlna el Ike lualniiUn.
D GALE.
Secielary. Oovernlrw Body.
t Bfl^Wbarl
1 10 SOSo
SI. Michaels Girls' School
NOTICE
i:r (iOVERNMENT BURSARIES
The Oovafiuna Body ft St Michael.
Girl*' Schaal om for competition t<
girl* of Barbedoo Irrespective of pariah
and -chool prevloualy attended Foui
Free Uuraartea at M.M per term
three III Enablui. Ilutaerva* at U ran pet
term.
Each Landidale
a it,,..i.
native, ol thu I.la id or a daughter
of paraona who are domiciled m
thu laUnd and who have realded ir
Ihla Uland lor a period of ten yeen
pi lor to the laat day of receiving
appkeauona.
Z Re ad aunVtwit merit In the api
of tha Oovemlna Bedv, to be edu
-led at the School
I Ue arar 10 yaara and under 11
yeara ol ago on tha ll*t ot July.
ML
Every epplKaiien mu.t ha made bv the
parent, or guardlana of the candidate
upon ihe Serin al application approved
bv ihe aoverr.irka Bclv and ubtainabW
from tha Matratary ol the Governing
Body ai her office at St Mlahaela OlrU'
School and mint rupplv all liilormation
required by aurh arm The application
form. miMt be filled In and nent to the
Secretary of the Governing Body at her
The rumination will be held at the
School it BM am on Saturday. Itth
Nuvem.er. 1SU.
D GALE.
Sectelarv. Covernl-ig n.nlv.
fl Michael* Girl*' School
I 10MIn
SI. Mirharl's Girls' Srhoel
Magai
PROPERTYSmall l^rupeit
ive Bank Hall I.K0 i
louae Et 11 *had M
Caniart U Kield* c o W
r Dial 1
REST HAVEN -Oenrae Slreet. _..
Hie. Oppoallc 7th Avenue Impedln
ny day eacepl Sunday bv appuiiiimrni
Hal INI. S.ISB03n.
MM Frererence Riarr* of El each In
carle. Co-operative ractory Lid
i:1, Barbadoa Fire.
above will be *et up far aale to
atitlon on Friday, the llth
Mir OrAoe In Lueaa
CAHHINaTON r IEALY.
i-.mpetlt!
The undeolgned will
I their omcc. No
Drtilaetown. on Friday
OcltT
aet up lor aale
! Hiaii Street,
ihe llth day of
McMuage or nwrlllnghouee itaad
_ .n IJTI .ouare leet of land
1'ppcr Roebuck Street, above the More-
Ian Chapel
Inepectlan an application to Mr
Branch, at Ihe Jolner'a Shop oppoaltr
ar aarept Sunday,
further particular* and condition.
of aale apply to:
COTTLE CATFORD A CO
10M.
or KaleCont'd
MISCELLANEOUS
l-LANTS "In Aid ol the Old l-i
ami" Double Red Potneettla punt
pota 1*3 each and Flamhuoyant Tree-
la S '" la" I each Applv Mr-
H Wtlkiii*.!.. fin Hall. Birfmp'
marl Htii io so- in
SHIRTS ReadF-MaOe and made tt
,-aaure Sblrta ordered can be dril-
led within 3 hour, Ftl and quail'
Si ue. His
BB-Tn
TAl.l.KWAHE Beautiful 'Hoerdawr'-
"Oraydawi ". "Goldendawn'* aeen on al
iho h. t 'ablea Buy >lngW placaa ot
agtf tor all meala unit breakage, re
placeebU from alack. Kvaaa wnttnaM*
Dial ) *oo6. n.l.ftv '
Dial SI03.
any Tree,
b low -n
Apply
Ha have In ,
Ml......m^-.
tlr-i are OOtn.
irrency Control.
and Oent.
elleri. Bolt.
g 10 SO In
l-irn VaBBkM
Ih Tejl N
imported owing to
py-ea now
KNIGHT'S Ltd
r 10 so- in.
NOTICE TO FJOSFECTIV* PARENTS
ALL WATTleK. I 1ST APPLICATIONS
tor i .indklate, to all Ihe Entrance Eaam-
MtriT BE SENT "Yd THt IIAPMI-
TSElta NOT LATER THAN
ink. IBM. No application* a
ved after Ihl* dat
inded thai there will be a
imber of vacancies i
l..i .i...e..ful candldi
milted m Eigtaaahir li
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
- FOt'SnAFBOfc SCHOOL
An Eiitiance Examination foi ll
School Year JanuaryJuly IBM will b.
held al the echool on Friday 17th Octobr
IBM at BM am AppbcatMma will b
received up lo Friday Mth
the HeadmialreM and mu.t t.
led by a baptlunal ceitlSeat* ......
11.mla 1 from the lleedmletreu ol tha la*l
acnool attended by the pupil
Applicant* mud be between the aga
ol B yeara and 11 yeara on the dale c
Ihe r-aininatlon
Parent* or Oiardlan, accompany In
Iheir dauahleti cr ward, are heiebv noli
Aed that thete la no accomr
them at the arhool on tha
examination and that the examination .
applicant, will not atart until they leav
Ihe pcemtae,
w it ANTHonrs
Sec Oov Bodv.
Olrkr* Foundation Scho
VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS
i.IMI s I ill MiSIIIIV -I Hll'll
There are on* or nwl
lion Scholarahipa al I
9 'i- >.....loBJga s, i..-,i Am ,..-
e children of Parent* raaidlng
Paruh of Chrtai Church and who ate
ilraitened rlirurnttancaa.
The applicanla mu*t be briween
an of 10 year* B month* and 13 ye
>n the day of the .amin.n.i
ill lie held ,
chool on Friday llth Oriober at
i ."plication can be obtainet
I mm the Secretaiy. W K Anbobue. HH
Kin llou-e Bay Street The*e forme m
l reitHloaie to the Secretary no
I p m on Friday SOth October
W |l ANTHOHIT*
Baa Oov Bodi
Olrl*' Foundation Rceii
Ex -Utncial
I <'- ..!
jufvnnce
I Gap
B 10 S
in
PCmlTION Engllahtnan fully qualified
leael arid Inlernal Cumljiutlon tnlim
navtrig *., I'nited KingcV-ii end Or'
**. ''"' *ould prefer appointment
a-aanio, Hefernr.c~ Roll. Hoy re. Q.e..
hi Motor* Detroit USA Brlatol Ac
lane < .. E-kgi.nd H.....I F.iecinc.i ,
Maaraarucal Engineer. Brittigi Army
______ I 10 10-
WANTED TO RENT
IIOL'-E bei.,,., s. llawrence <
id Haatlavga Irnm December for a
1 ... .,1 1 l.. ,-.. A,
Ring ITa* 10 BO
nOROL'CIl in SAN FERNANDO
Pbm< tf Town
itineer
ATPLICATIONS sxt* Invited foi
the port of TOWN ENGINEER,
Borough of San rernando. Trlni-
dd. B.WJ.
Applicanla must be fully quall-
ii-.l r-k'Llrical Enaaneeri IkJMlnR
Hid degree of Assoc.Jtc Member-
ship of the InitituUon of Electri-
cal Engineers or its equivalent.
Experience of Civil and. or Muni-
cipal Eiurineeriiig will be an asset
to the applicant.
The duties or tne post comprise
the adminlatrmive and executive
control of the Borough's Engin-
eering Department as follow*:
1. The Electricity Works con.
slstmg of the Diesel Gener-
ating Station of 2,000 KW
Installed capacity together
with Transmission and Dis-
tribution Lines of 2.300
Volts 3 Phaae 60 Cycle oper-
ation.
2. The Municipal Services
consjting inter alia of thi
Water Distribution System.
the Road Maintenance, tha
Scavenging Services, and
the control of Bulldl: _
Operations of the Town of
San Fernando.
The post, which Is perislonable.
a fries a salary of ,3.840.00
$20.00 $4,800 on per annum
.llh a Temporary War Allowance
f $388.00 per annum.
Quarters are provided at a rent-
l value of 10 per cent per month
i/f -.al.irv
The applicant will be required
'., provide his own car for which
a Travelling Allowance of $800.00
per annum is provided.
First Class passages will be pro-
vided the successful candidaUi
who must be between the ages of
3545
Applications for the post close
en 15th October. IBM. and should
contain copies of credentials and
He names of three references ad-
dressed to the Town Cltark, San
Fernando. Trinidad. B.W.I.
BOROUGH OF SAN FERNANDO
Pbm ol A-a*i%t*.nl
Town Engineer
Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Town Engineer
lo the Borough of San Fernando,
Trinidad. BWI.
Applicants who must be over the
age of 21. must be posse used of a
degree or diploma In Civil and/or
Municipal Engineering from a
cognised Univcrsltjr.
The salary of the post, which Is
pensionable, Is $2.400.00$10.00
-$2,880 ixi per annum with a
Temporary War Allowance of
$268 00 per annum.
The applicant will be required
to provide hn own car for which
Travelling Allowance of $480.00
per annum Is provided.
Passage to Trinidad will be pro-
vided the successful candidate.
Applications enclosing copies of
credentials and the names of two
references should be addressed to
the Town Clerk. San Fernando,
Trinidad, B.W.I and close on 15th
October. 1850.
????????*
I HIIIOPIIVI III
OR PERKEtRA al
Mar Si iNeer Eeplai
t .ethad correet, dli
i by Chiropractic
**h. kidney a and
MJ.M.
Reds Want To
Reduce Australian
Steel Output
CANBERRA. Oct. 7.
Austialian Labour Minister 11
E. Holt said to-day a Communist
inspired campaign had been
launched In Australia lo reduce
ateel production.
Tha Government must speedily
consider corrective action he ad-
ded. Holt was commenting on a
statement by the Coal industry
Tribunal Chairman T. H. Gal-
lagher that a Supreme Court
Judge should be appointed to In-
vestigate stoppages in mines be-
cause the matter was loo serious
for him *o deal with.Reater.
SUPERB!
ME NEW DAI COOKESS
hey ere Jaal right
THE HOME THAT PRFFFRS
THE m-ir
one onxt iarr
;|e......nOaeMeMeM
CRICKETERS!
I I Hal I |-l.*N\r-i PANT!
RAYMOND JORDAN
tn Bay Street, opponilr
I Street.
MODERN 1111,11 SCHOOL
(Registered and Approved
by Dept of Education)
Our waiting list for the
January IB51 term closes
on SOlh November. Have
you entered the name of
Siur child yet? Remember
E GET RESULTS.
We are offering $4,000 In
free scholarships tenable
from January 1951. Details
appeared in last Sunday's
Advocate Apply in writing.
L A. LYNCH.
Principal.
Tel. No. 2846.
8.10.504n
^oyi-:ii.vhi-:.vi' vonris
CLERK FOR THB SUOAR INDUSTRY
AGRICULTURAL BARK
APPLICATIONS for the post of Clerk of the Sugar Industry
Agricultural Bank, which will become vacant on 1st November next.
will be received by the under.igi.ed on or before the llth October
1B50.
1. Applicants should have some knowledge and experience of
accountancy and a sound general education.
They should state age. which must not exceed forty eight
last birthday, and qualifications.
3 Submit two recent testimonials.
4. Salary 500 per annum rising by annual increments of 50
In 600 per annum.
5. The NCtttsiful landidale to assume duties on 1st December
1050, and he will b- nquiied lu retire at the age of 65 years.
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
BAIL1NO I
kOTTEKDAl
Herillla'
ltd
as"
AMSTEBDAM
I ANTWir.'
nth isth. Oct.
BAniNU raoM amxtebdam
a DOVES
AILING TO TMfNIDAV. pABAMAIUBO
lilBUAl*. ETC.
tat "Helena' Bap*. Slat.
a.B. lU.r.eire" OM. led.
SAIUNO TO KAIIIIA FLTMUVTM.
ANTWBBF AND AJUTIUAM
m B. V. .l-tnatad" Sept. IBtb.
in -Oeamealed" Oct. 17th
iLunltad paaaangar accom mod at Jin
available on thta vemeli
i. r MvsaoH. son a oa. deb.
The ht.V Carlbbae" will ar-
capt cargo and peaaerifera lor
Dominica, Antigua, Montae.-eat.
Havta and IN Kltb. Salting
Irktay Itb.
The MV. -Daarwood will ac-
cept cargo and p a aaa r gar a for
SI Lucia, St Vincent, arenadi.
kg Aroba Balling Thura-lay
Oot. an*.
B.WI, Bshstr Owaer*
Aaao. (Inc).
Tel. No. 4047
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
We the rmioahig Mualclan*
beg to Inform the Dancing pub-
Ik that we (in- no longer aaBOata-
ted wllh the Blue Rvthm
OrchOetra under >
id Mr V.a,- Le*ne
Rentier me w- In any way
connactrd * uri Mr Mar Lealle;
awaver we are atlll In a poanlon
to eerve Ihe public and ang
..rr.iTieement. can now be made
through Mr J t GULSTONT
Radio Terrain .-in. T Roebu. K
t. J E. GULSTONE HERBV
l-HFEMAN. nirectfje PubRc
Market S.I0.M J n
Canadian National Steamships
SOt'THBOLNf*
CANADIAN CHA
1ADY RODNEY
CANADIAN CHU1REW
l^DV NELBON ..
OFFICIAL NOTICE
fenei.llv known th* .-------
li,.tant. I .hall no longwr ha Ihr Conmbr
A..wt for Fr-hce. at BARBWDO* lUkVtog
' .indad in m- raatgaiaUon Unre tne Ooo
I'At'I. 1
C->nuli '
g 111 I
Karbados teal Estate
Ajeify
Teleahone 233-
, Office: Hastings Hotel Ltd.
IMCll HAVKN -Chit.t Church
uve bungalow
Mahogany door*,
trainee, bull! in ward-
robae, draaaer* etc 3 badtoorno.
3 bathrooma. IJvtnat Dining room,.
Kilcbe,., Oarage etc own A C
r.-4lne. atanding In t acre land
. ante ana bathing
have ..or .n, Bad MlM-
lm aite. In dlrTerent
bland.
13S-DA1I-WINPMe Hill
bu,*aloy
urilMrrdahedi
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
rv.
Bl 1WOS
ATA. F.V.A.
aesak * BUdon
FOR SALE
naa,,**aa-a***e^aa|
^^reS
CUT.
located
double caixlaa*w- .
dlnlnf ioMO. ,'TCT
itaaeS <**iZZS;
IWl
>". i^h7,,., SirWSt
PROTEBTY -
built
tde.ll
iimiiga- living r
.-,Xh double drt'
Hppeoxltnataly .
i^sr*B <.
, Idarrd
3 1,-droomfc J^^aSL ^-"
lounae dec* lacina
VINE ESfTATE Modern
nopertv aoondlv -
,flrvicted "I
. .... with ateel raBa-
wmdow. IOOV1T*,^*(-
i ilroom*. toilet ati*
lattll garden Tn*a
,W hoio* la obtatnahle
,v paaiBonahla figure lor
tbli aelcei neighbourhood
MAYNARnS. m Par Lara*
JSSh con-tructrd EMate houJ
j -- mi ti >i acraa hov**>
tie Very cool and hre*-* *""
onmnuaidlng view* ov
and hilly ccuntry
palgMSMeTR
RES_- ..
;-bedroom alonevhuilthou^e win.
K* Irontage Propert- In thl,
locetum I. rarely "allable -n1
the prat* la eatremnly low.
SPdnOH-rrrroWN-Larga JZ~
n ,n central poalikan ol racap-
i^mv.1 mtereet aa f"0^?0!.
laopaafllon. with ample rtorage
and living; apace.
HOTEL on Ihe ca*a. -AS oM
.t.ihllahed hotel propam
a'aftoWa-
RENTALS
&PION KOP" Maawelia Coait
ih ad NoiamBBT.
rLOetER'. -Modern Bungalow
al Litlle Kent lniurnlahed
"IN CWANCmV"Inch Mar-
ie w Modem FUrnlahed Bunga-
rui-
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AKTIONEER
PLANTATIONS BUILDING


SI NOW OCTOBER 8. 1150
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I
Why Be A B.B.C. RADIO |
Teacher? PROGRAMME dura-ill it
mm w^ hn WBmmi i_Ji * **. vl>
for a brilliant polish
New Serif* For West Inili.-,
A Mi M .. and dis-
ipCMUly directed to the
Walt Indies from l.oneVn m which
John '" Aith three expert.* eximinssi the
whole question of education and
tr-achinn is being broadcast In
Calling ihe West Indies' on Wed-
nesdays ai 7.15 pjn.
Nature Of The L'nivers*
The talks on "The Nature of the
broadcast in Britain
this ytr and Just concluded in the
General Overseas Service by Fred
Hoyle created a idespread inter-
est among both scientists and
non-sclent 1st*. In a talk called 'The
New Cosmology The Wider Im-
plication^.' Sir Edmund Whitukcr.
F.RS. Emeritus Professor of
Mathematics at Edinburgh Uni-
versity, discusses some of the
i*>int i.ised by Mr. Hoyle with
i iferMU tt> Implications of the
new knowledge that are signifi-
cant for philosophy and religion as
well as fur physics. Sir Edmund's
talk will be broadcast In the
CO S. at 6.30 pm.on Wednesday
next, nth taat.
Blit'h Even in an age cf adventure,
few men led a more adventurous
life than William Bli*h. R.N.. the
heroor. as some would have us
believe, ihe villainof thai intri-
misrepreeanted
iiftan. Ihi* mutiny of II.M.S.
'Bounty*. It is as Bligh of the
'Bounty' that we know htm best
to-day: yet this was merely one
of many txdtntsj incidents in his
active career, and though,
perhaps, the most spectacular, it
was far from being the most im-
portant This is made clear in a
broadcast by the BBC
beginning in ihe coming week
under Ihe title? of Bligh of the
Bounty*, in paint of tact, uugh'
greatest contribution to British
history was hts service, almost
twenty years later, as Governor of
the then convict colony of New
South Wales; and for all the at-
iempts thai have been made, from
time to time, to discredit him.
UU to-day generally re-
Hard him. with justification, as one
of then outstanding national
heroes. All this is excitingly told
in Ihe NTlaJ which will be broad-
cast on Thursday* at 4.15 p m
with a repeat on Saturdays of the
m at 6.30 pm. bemnninK
on the 12th and 14th inst.
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Another serial which begins in
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laatrae' li is interesting to re-
call that although the publication
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was greeted with praise from the
critics, not everyone agreed that it
was a classic; it was described con-
temptuously by Lord Rosebery as
'the conflict of a scoundrel against
a maniac narrated by a coward.'
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-.< quality. 'The Master
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STVDAT ADVOCATT
SVVDAY, OCTOBER ">
Commissioner Reports
On Town Planning Officer
WHEN Ihe HoilM of Assembly met on Tin
H ||M Xpendttur* OH the visit Of th*' Speaker to the
, lintisl, House of Common;
n, i on the department of
Town Planmiu; Offio wat. laid.
port *durcw*d 10 in
.. Mn ire
nmHtee rrad*
. the) rcpoi'
tin- Architect and
iii ni oihi i con
.ll>.llll
reclloit with Uif construction of
i '
: MIOWI
1 Oi. Il"- I "
,icr und

' "II lui
H that payment!
Salt Fish Not
Suspended
\ UISHOI'. Coiitfuller
oi Supplies told the Advocate
yesterday that he had no Infor-
mation from the Fisheries At-
OCtaUaa in Newfoundland con
ceiniiur. the auspMHlon of ship-
ments of salted hih to Barbacos
This was in reply to a i|u-*tion
a iu-M.fi he kn.w anything ut a
Utemrnt made in a Keutit-
caMa licni Halifax sayin* th-..
shipments of salted nsh to Trini-
u.ui have been suspended, pend-
ing the t-liirhVatloH of Ihe situa-
ultiiiK from Canad.i
(he ilollar.
He said that they had salte <
Lift BfM an attempt to paas on U> fish brought fotw.ini for deliver.
Ml i". the whole of a privet- , November and were In th*.-
Uw -ll'- inmiM"ii of eighty dollars eoum of isaijoUgtlona for addi-
UV.00 erhleb Mr _I>eaiie^ had tloital shipinc its durum Hi-
IwilMhaai tor which his Depart
nt i. respotaribta Nor t:
I ^eat UUt
inquire Into I htJ a**! made H
the Ilrpartnietit reward or promise of reward II
There is, on the ran
nnu OH bTBTJ deW evidence that
leftaWd .-ertain gifts in Wind
in coin made him by the bu) <-?
l St Ix-onards School, Mr J. It
Deanc. One of thoet was a
Enqulr) I'hristmas present of a turkev.
(Maw11 ,| maj ii.ivr Iwi-n i>ffered H .1
mere friendly gesture. The othe
which ends In Jun<- n'1 ,toV*' Schoo
Rover Scouts
Plan for Year
On Satin day night lllti Sept
M Inter-Crew Rovers' Camp
convened at the I Jen. Wakeilekl
White Park under the Supervision
of Mr. S Barn well ADC a
programme of activities for that
ensuing year wi
Among other things it was
Irtveal
.t Rovei Bquires
tbl To hold Annual c-nip
I n to -Inch all Scoufi
and OulOea throughout the
viand will be invited
1 To purchase Camping
Equipment and ('tensUs in,
Klgff to relieve the pres-
sing demands nn the
Scout'.- HO
(d> To extend "Christmas
Cheer" whe 1 Rarver Craw
will cater to the poor of
their several (iistrirts
c Tb hold v..1 icu Entertain-
ments,
(fl To hold a Hover'.1 own
On Saturday night 30th Sept. )
and on Sunday morning 1st. Oct.)
a Mass Investiture (Vlgl| and 1
Investiture) of Rovers was held 1
at the S|. Peter's Parish Church
STRANDED JET
GETS SUPPLIES
NASSAU, Oct. 6
A US. Navy transport C47 (lew

piles from Jacksonville today fcr
the United States jet Panther
stranded at Oakes Field
The let is flying to Ouantanam
Bay, Cuba I 1 Ding S
the second >e
in iiusli i> >.
U. N. ACCEPT
GREEK TROOPS
WASHD*
The Greek Smbf
nere last night that the United
(tfioM had accepted the Qraatf
..Iter of troops for Korea. The
Unit would have between 3.000
and 5,000 men, an Embassy
spokesman said.
<>f embarkation ha'l n '
tahlandr I keaal Wfhed OUt >et. he adrie '
ASVHMA MUCUS
Loosened First Day
Don I lat coualiim niwiiii. iliok
tn nlf.ik. of Broil- M11B or Alhn i
euIb )nur a'a.r "' *"+*%? aiii-thr
lay or night without trying UK*
iiAi'O. Thi- irraau m4l'in* la aot
m< ihrouah tha Mood, ihua r**chtn ih.
lana-s a> hrnnohlal lul-aa Tka drat
''>:- atarli h*lplnr nalura tmmaall-
ataly S wa)> I. Halpa looaan anrt ra-
k alranalins mufia. L Tftaa
mmnti lr-t bcxIMnf arul anundxr.
m^i- r-ft-atilnc a*v t ll-'i-. bII-m-
! jui. K laiWfactli-n moaaa back
auarantaag. ACf> from
*ham DANCE
Mr hllJNETH FOmDE
Di.ver of X 110)
at his residence
11 s Coast Road
- ON -
Monday. *tk October
Mekf ou Clefie Gitletu'
Orcheslro
AHMI3i.IOH /-
< IN SALE
U.10.50- In
tea handy this [MJUBLE
KMkEUE^ilR
OtbM rxnaidsvaUoni havt iccetvtM from Mr. W S Scot*, fishery
hwrt sou;- Etufertunr*! agent OiUB- 19JI. Amonf ^^ present were Mr.]
made or received t 01 to the plied certain matcrinU for use He is now awaiting letter s BarnW(.n ADC(S W | and
Architect gnd Town Plan st leonards School from the Fisheries Association In Mr G E rOIbtn *-i>C Ue-1
Officer ... nt 7. It Is a pity that Mr. Crowe Newfoundland Any shipments ^ LA wh(l ^ja^^ ,he.
employed In Ihi O was not conatitent In hb refusal which aiTivg rws roald MVi rilc> of th. iIlvestiiure. Manv
the Architeet end T'^r, Pit' of such gift* On his own enow- lp oe> _Pflrl. WT at tne current RoveT1 lnd repnegntotivas fn
Et M MM,
of exrhance.
OF tne t
nlng Oflh ing he accepted a pair of chlck-
l ens from air Dea.e and
which U li wife, a bottle oi whiskey, a pen-
1 In what knife and a screnv pencil from
Mfj .1 n l look pure .md h..l | .v, ,- i,.,!,],- >( ehaiii|ipni
rein" . r. ilww.
Meaara. J B Leslie Co., at
Messrs. Stokes h Bynoe suppli '
materials for use in govermni'ii.
tnUldinfl, and the gifta made by
them to Mr Crowe were Christ
n^prnaenU Mr Crowe contrib- donebecause Ihe spot
uted the whisky to the offl
Christmas part)
2 I Immediate 11
put in the Pngg
culling for memoranda and invit-
ing men
a
Itl-tll I i IXlV I''
under the I Inqu 1
Act to summon certain person
who ilnl not come forwanl
vafwei i" the advertl
who might. In n,v ontaloi
to give tea 1 -1 ' 11 -
n 11 W..KC-
iicw Y.M.C.rt
quarters, have already been cut
down aaid the iunu laUMSj Up but
Bo,l, there are still many men :
vl .-landing It will be a lew monliis
before the area is eleared
Whuii Uie trees wen-
purchasers were told that
out niu.st l>c leinoveil This
of stilt
by Mr. C
the construction
.1 Th,- rii-t ih< eting i..'- 1 1 -'i
on the 15th Mav 1050. and in all
I bald fourteen (141 m* I
examined ten (It
4 Tin- ana ilrj .....M out ol
1 ertain all,nations uf uraft which
were made m the Mouse of As.scni
hlv hy Mi I I) ICottV M I '
in connection with the work done
b) the Arehtted and Town Plai
rung Officer. Mr Ralph Crowe. '
tin p) ., 11 r Batata, S1.
Mirhnel. Thi Si U-oiuii'T
Rkmmond, St Michael
and at n.e
School St Potai But 1 have no*
limited >..-. :. Idorati 4
if thane thi n ieta of bulldlnga

not made, althar In uv
Aaaemiii' t, In detail
I have thought r propel hi caat
a wide net and to Irj to diseov
upon
View of the siluat
_. Of the acceplaiue
inent but ^tatitml rewards b;
connection with l
,,f Kvcrninenl building there is
no evidence Hut he alleges thui
a mnnufaclurer's agent Mr. W. S.
Scott and I member or a local
|i! 111 ol in.iniif.ii'tureis. Ml Allan
SkinnaT, otlered him personal dls-
tor the playlleld.
Some of the purchaser* bought
trees which were loaded with
truit such as plum and gauva, but
the> rnadt sure to sell the 'nut
reatwylruj ihe treea.
various Crews were present and
nine Squires were invested In
their presence.
Preliminary auoresaes werO
given by Messrs G E. Corbm
and S A Jonet. It SI. of the
36th Barbados. Mr S Barnwell
. A.DC. delivered the parting
y v address which was most effective
"1C and inspiring. The Rovers then
was attended Divine Service n(ter |
^e" which they were dismissed
mi 1 asm Neuralgia arid all Sen*
Pains. PH. Tar-Id* are douM> baaa^ksW They not
only relieve the pain, but help 10 remove its
Quick, suae. safe P.R. Oocs "->i upaM lbs raawt
UOnwK-h.OMairiabicfrotnytnirf hcmiMnr Drugs!0
r o e->\ ^. k
C H.n*-na
T"**.'
BAY
RUD BOYS
presented irlUl
m> bOBl rocnllj Mani ruemin-.
at Che Club continue with Die
Physical Training fin-; while be-
B.W.L Table
Tennis
the price of such ma- tween eight to ten others attend
... he bought ft
On this point the denials of Mr.
Scott and Mr Skinner are as em-
phatic as the allegations of Mr
Crowe, and no further testimony
Is available But it Is worth not-
ing that the making of such offers
is in accordance with the usual
practice In the efectton Ol private nex
class Ui Art. They are taught t
paint and draw and the Commis-
sioner said that they show con-
siderable keenness.
Col Michelin told the Adveeale
thal he hopes to open the Boys'
Club at District C within the
ten days. Thi
justlflftb'v have b
ajUdlngs; moreover, as Mr Crowe SpeighUtown, which was open
Klered the materials from recently, U doing fine
Mi Bcott, and as Mr Scott admits He said that many tiSaaHl fW
that ha Kave a personal discount u,(. mfde In aid of the Barbados
n 1 ,n|.iei of s: l^onard-r Boys- club ^gy,. ^^^ ^,1,, (,,..
chnol, Mr Dcane. and to the cau>e many realise that thi* is a
bullden Of the Cole.iMne-Parry B1KK| ,.hanrc r winn|g a ear for
v .m, 4, luckcr U(_
mara ganaral discount to the builders in the llrst
they ml than to Mr Crowe who
wii-n n the material]
5. It is easy to sec how, upon Ul(. ,.V|,.,,. t*.fore me,
a cursory view uf certain tact* ^r i0 the rollOWtng
given ill evidence U-foie DM
auapiclou of Mi Crowo"i rtoanclal
morality* could have arisen. The-e
facU are:
(a) Mr. Crowe's con
anei-1 embarrassment;
(b) His extensive private prat
iice in broach of '
tract with government,
(C) His seconding fmnnen Crom
work on government bull
ingj. to work on his prtvati
contracts;
(dl His awarding of ttsfl 0011
tract for makir|g desks at
two government aohOOll
St. Leonard's and Chnlkv
Mountlo Mr Lampltt,
who was clerk of *--
the Pine and who. therefoi i
had control of materials of
the same kind as WOP
for the makiiiu of tlu-e
desks:
I of
St James are sparing no
l of all i,tt,ns ln "applying water to resi
I have dents of the pariah Two new
conclu- "tandpoats have Just been erected
in Hoytes and Trent's tenantries
res|ectivcly which must be a
(a] There is no justiiicalioii for great relief to residents of thaoi
the allegation that the Ar- villages The Commissioners have
chltect and Town Planning made recommendations to the
Officer has sought any pay- Government for additional stand-
ments, rewards, or other posb) In :ther parts of the parish
considerations in connec- which It Is hoped will reeeiv-
turn with the construction attention Verv shortlv
of buildings for which hln
Department is responsible.
tb) It is doubtful whether unyg.
such payments, rewards url
considerations have ever!
been offered to him PJ
(> He has accepted certain
minor rewards im-ntioned in
Paragraph 7 above
(d) There is no justification lor
the allegation that any otiier
public servant employed in
this Department has sought, c
received, made, 01 has bevu Mi;
offered or promlaed any noo
such payment or reward. VI
Cargier II ^ ins
King George VI
Stake-
Jamaica defcalivi llaibadoa u>
.seven games to two to oure their
ilrst point in the British Carib-
bean Tennis Championship serins'
last night.
Norman tilll, the Barbados cap-
lam gave his team their only two
wins, beating Jamaica's Buddy
McLean and Lawsoii Kstwick in
Uiii-e seL> McUaii. however,
turned in the biggest win of the
tournament over Cort.in by a 21J
margin.
Following arc the lesulla with
Barbados players mentioned Hist
N. Gill beat B McLean 1 2).
2ii5. a '
II COfbin lost to W. Estwics
1821, 1821
N. Gill lost lo D. O'Connor
1321, B21.
r, WlUoughby went under If
D. O'Connor 1321, 1521
II. Corbln lost to B. McLean
1621. 321
V. Willoughby went under to
W. Estwlck 1021. 2115,
1821.
H. Corbln lost to D. O'Connor
2119, 9_2i. 1421.
F Willoughby went under to
B. McLean 1621, 1521.
N. GUI defeated W. Eslwlck
2118. 1821.2110
Standing of teams at the end of
the first round
Trinidad........3 1 *at
British Guiana ----- 2 point*
Jamaica ........ 1 po"*'
Barbados .......... 0 point
( B> Ven
1 Margin 1
ASCOT, Berkshire. Ost 7
icr UW Second, owned b*
Evan William:, this after-
won the 11.000 King George
Slake- run over two miles
ion tussle baton
gBloao th* advantage
lengths
MM) I hall
(O) Hal UttailthaViaed tranafai of '" At the openin sesaion Mi. how.
materials from SI I- m- t. E. Field. Legal Draughtsni.n There
ard's School W Richmond and Assistant lo the Attorney 1.
House, and 1... ..Ue.npt to oral placed hu services Uim
PMtM upon iheir n- vedly at my disposal and b vti Fas IFo :wasa leng
Turn to the firm from which tue of my power* under the Con,- In front of Ben,, Sire
they were bought as though mUalons of Enquiry Act, I allowed ..i)r,Ut| ,,ddcii to Australian
they had been onKin..U> i-im lo appear as aaatcaa) esulae |Ue Jonnaon was much aanoeti .
ordered lor use at Hi.h- and to elicit supplementary evi (o H-. Mju,., lklulU( wl|h hs
montl Botiao; dence from the witnesses. Mi. lh|lH V|,.,11IV In ,ms V(.t Aftei
(f| His impatience of "Hi div- Field was unfortunately unable lo moklK uR. ,,,,,111111: foi ovei on.
regard tin normal account- attend many meeting- Ncverihe- (|n() ft ha|t m,.(^ hv furt(1>) nni!
ing practice; less. 1 -hoiiM like i-i n.-oid 1 > ||(.|(| .....i, ,,,. when Ihe stiai-h'
(g> The axbaustion Ol tha vote bineei-e appreciation of the help H.unod Thli Bl
for the certain which I have iccvivcd from him. 8rc0nd success in this i-vent. Franei
;^rZ. .... also desire > record n.
no, m-1 ne. completlor, app.eei.mo.. ol the erv.ccsof M
But suspicion, even when .1. W. It Dtiuglas,
ed upon a thoniufh stud] of ill this Commission,
the facts, may Mill not Justify had to perform
Ibe maldng of *clary whilst habituating h.m-
and u is sta^Uncanl that it
tha SacraUrj I
Mr Douglas has racM
the duties of
has won it three times since
recent Inauguration'' It
Elliot's third victory In ibe
Reuter
attempted bafora
the jillegiituMi ggalnal Mi Cl
lr> one at "apparent" graft
6. On 'he evidence before
- nothi.iK whatavoi
suggest thai
elf to his new and onerous duti
re as Deputy Registrar 1 recommend
that he be given gratuity of ten
pounds (10).
(Sgd > H A VAtlGHAN
' Town Hall
1 Juno, lti
A THOUGHT
The 11
nistakes
myth ing.
fedward John ihei|
w h
\ not
maki-
i-nallv
SUMMER
TIME
SUITS
Call in To-day and Inspect
our rantji' t>( Tropical
Suiting. Spec^illv Selected
for your coinlci in this
">ar.n urasthcr,
REASONABLY PRICED
TAILORED TO PLEASE
P.C.S.MAFFEI&Co.,Ltd.
TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING
Ladies' Qwest Towels
l-x.iiiisitc locally hand embroidered Qacat 1ocK. They
rtouli) niiikc lovd) XlUI BJftl and ft* OWraraoaj vatatOfl and
friends we h;ive them specialli dcitinctl
Each_____1.20, $2.00 & $3.00
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street
..
SOCIETY'S RENDEZVOUS
THE CHINA DOLL
No. Marhill Street
VWS ONLY CHINESE RESTAURANT
Open This Evening 7 P.M.12 MidniL-
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
On The Menu! SHRIMPS!
A Limited Quantity of.....
Trinidad's Inmous Fresh SHRIMPS
Received by Special Consignment
HONT MISS IT!
Have you tried our Ice Cream with
CHINKS*. LYCIIEK FRl'ITS ?
i v/Z/rtOV
Thcv'l! Do It Every Tims
a3_" w-Z\
UiS WIFE
-ov^SLy
eoss TO
-;oo rw
HIS

I
By
i
Jimmy Hauo
Twinx TO
URS.VERyLBEHRe'.S,
2*16 N.HJMBOL^T/
ORIENTAL
(ARTICLOS) GOODS!
11 it in- jnnujn,
MILKS
Til AM S
IT. Wm. Hrr. St DIAL SM I
I' irt-iiftrlis!!
lirvtrtnrks 11

DRESS
GOODS
OF QUALITY a%
HIGH CLASS
WOOLLENS
VIBIT TO-DAY
THAWS
Pr. Wm. Hry a Swan su. I
x-'-'.'.*-'*--'--.----*,',',*
ONE DAY IN THE YEAR,
WE SHALL ALWAYS REMEMBER.
YOl' HAVE GUESSED IT OF COURSE,
IT'S THE 5TH OF NOVEMBER."
MAKE IT A GALA NIGHT WITH THE l'INEST
SELECTION Of
FIREWORKS
Here are just a few ol the many we have in .or':: -
ROMAN CANDLES
JUMPING CRACKERS
CATHERINE WHEEL
SILVER RAIN
SIHIBBS
GOLDEN GERB
JACK IN THE BOX
GOLDEN RAIN
ETC., ETC.
And Ihe magnificent "SKY ROCKETS'' far II..' Kiddie
"STARLIGHTS" in packet* of 12 or tntfj
..I... BOMB S.
Ohtainahle nl - -
Bookers (bdos> Drug Stores Ltd.
Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY, RMtfalgl.


THIS WEEK
A large assortment of LADIES & CHILDREN SHOES
LADIES COURT SHOES in White only $6 12 per.
CALIFORNIAN SHOES, Comfort Wear, from $4 00 pr.
CLARKE8 CHILDREN SHOES all sixes, and a big
range of SCHOOL SHOES from $3.87 pr
MODEL STORE dial .'ii.n
Corner Broad & Tudor Streets
'^^*,^vc<^.o^<^t i.DliDON/.DI.A CHEEBC EDAM CHEERr.
noUUA CIIEEBF
f- T: Z1.Z BA11INS
Tin. CHOCOalEL
, TOMATO JUICE
PEA FLOUR
., -SURF MAID GRAPES Is It CI'H
r.g cap^^s
.. OLIVE OIL ,.lo in lui-
.. TRENCH MUSTARD
TE8II APLLES
i/ / # i \/. .in/iff 11 0 .. LuL
HIGH STMET
#*. w *v ..*W^JW^W*"
VMMMOm IX ... I
"QUALITY" SHIRTS
AUSTIN REED (with 2 separate
collars) at $7.50
VAN HEUSEN (collar attached)
at $7.63
and
CONSULATE (Sports in 2 shades)
at $7.03
all in stock
AT
C. B. RICE & CO.
BOLTON LANE
cow/wir^.::v. oocae aaaaiaaaga n ai iitcoeotcc^tf


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