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I'ACI ii si \li.\. iDVOt v II •( Mi\\ \i (.1 si %  |9SI %  OVAL LAST 3 SHOW! TO-DAY VM A It IS pa. 20lh Century Fox pre* ANCASTER in Inflm BK. Tr.hn.rolor HI8TEBM VALLEY* Robert WALKER Sally FORREST Advr-nlure. Onnu. in It* H ill'.-d BrM TO-Ml V I II I NOW SHOWING 445 & 8 30 DAILY *-> %  * nl 2JI0 Robvrl J '• THE BIG STEAL" is \ PDWM i it. -ii BEAT THE BAND & | ARZAN IND mi HUNTRESS PLAZA ssx TWO GUVS FROM MIlWAUKrE '" Tnhnirolot I I II—I — and SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS GAIETY in* GARDEN — nr. JAMES and asa pm ROW 8 pm TYCOON" fyuub gutting I.I OKI llll A I Id TON ITE H-ltl (i.ni. ;II I( | (.iniiiuiint: M-dy (DtUbh) LAICBAAH it., \ Mil.LAND COPPER CANYON Extras: TB/BJpPAGNE I >K TWO Talent Audition TO-DAY :' a.m. H is EXt F.I.I.-' 'given Vinr pali-una-ge !•thr RoyA I | M adklea M ;• r,.: H..U on S< ... %  IM |i %  %  H '*•>. Lucky Dip. What* Elephant Hank* etc. Thi HUPS of chance and a %  d bar. Added attraction is lb Igetown player* %  l %  from Abroad." a light comedy by Mabel Constanduro* and H. A|f bikini pan ara nor HawMrs Howe. John DHphin. Pat Raison tod 1'lr k.-l \l PI To Take Veterinary Degree M R HAROLD GIBBS Ki Mr Cuthbert Mr. W. A. C "Bill -tn ii T.I' V Manaerr herr. *inre thl* airline BITSiWAKEa£SK!' i % %  n.t.YH IX TIM STHKKTS IHMTIIPJ Rlchm.l WIDMAPK Paul DOUGLAS Ml Rill I! : si'SPENSE I MOMIA1 and Tt'KSDAV 4.30 A ..IS p.m. The FOX DOUBLE— -III A lll.lt IIOHA A Junflr* Thriller Siwriiuj BUI* CABBY AND "THAT Ml. III IX Hill" Suiring Alic* FAYE Carmm MIRANDA lfchnlrolor ".i I WEDNESDAY 1 TWRSDAY I : A IU.% p.m. BIG DOUBLE— VICB Input BERGMAN In . -KASIMillT" AND -TO-XII.IIT WE It.Mil TAI.AIS" ANNABELLA — John SUTTON JCHNWTTON -f^atontiu ncemavTU awwMCAMiOvfco. *—-aMM OPENING NEXT FRIDAY 'I just got through ptying the bills for ha vjeddmq fad no*/... a BABY!' juicyJQAJ* KI.IZ. Mil' / I I TflXOR JANETTA meiAS KllOl' MIWI:K BBOAO nun DRESSES of all Typt. rVLSO HANDRA(.S SHOPPING BA8KETB BEACH BASKETS in FUffla and Stray h im $i.t* t<> $.K4 in Fxtlusivr Sha| ,,.1 OlV Coloun .ling were in Canad* to BraduaU at MacDonald i.-sree. i ii now rrliiniii I College. This II take him another four ••an Festival Doldrums j : gloomy Festival yar for Stratford-on-Avon. This of all towns, after London, might c-xpaet 'M reap the ilnest tourist fran Ibe lavish Festival of Britain publicity abroad. But ,-ifar fewer than last Nine out of ten of the small I boarding houses archaving a poor .reason. Even at the Shakespeare, Mggest hotel in the town, pressure is less than last year. Many Americans and other overseas ,','t-IU'd iheir book'irt notice Last year Hf ha been Bppointrd |<< • = • %  i position in MaavnaL bundle c \ HOWtlMC to* la* Ii)* \ KIT' rnaltoci at lovfd -fjIHe* M in* Bo*t'" 1 n ^\, / IlifiUlle v %  J D'tyhlmtl y DON fAVtOI %  OPENING FRIDAY 7th SEPT. Tin: si on i or in i HH i'ii VALK.XTI.XO HIIOOVH Jnd BIG WEEK JBBB KM JH m His an VALENTINO :. —-.. •-----"7.. [WUIC ilULl — — the easiest, simplest way to visit the Old Country Trnvi-1 in ll.cfpnious "NOHTH STAB" Sk\lin.-r from llarhutlns. C.in fort nhK' imri (*nvenirnl • CABDINI II AUSTIN & CO. IAD. GtMffJ AfHItf TBANS-CANAOA AIK LINKS TatofhoM OTM %  %  Bl GLASSWARE II I I. \ in. it I-11. YAl.t 'MS Snap Glasses K Oi. Glasses CiH-kliiil QIMBM Sundaes Ash Trays Tumblers ELEANOR PAF ANTHONY ULXIfR ... a ... B 2Mc. Fruit Dillm i war" m a :.;.-.. libc. .so*" | -S7_ j'ir lUdngBovrfa lav., inc.. .KSB 17c. Coasters @ a ^ ISe. Wilier Jni,s ISC McasiirinCups Mil. Cawetwl Biitlrr Dishes Ihe manager could let | booking at live minutes' notice. IM| rooms nava baea lafl empty. Many people 1 I Stratford Ui go to Ilia hj Fnv.i ii,Hit ii an The Menwud Tlie.i-'. every niKhl. But it is possible to get seats at shon notice. During the winter the theatre upcnl £80.000 on iutting In 135 leaf This irjaani room for 30,000 moro The live Shakaapaa %  places. Including the jnd Ann Rail admlnistei. They re|ort that from April to the and of June nearly 40 per cant Americana visited the blrtnpUce Last vear the birthplace Ml ...... total will not n %  %  .. . Shootini: Toui T RX BarpajM RJAa '. %  mi r< praj] %  rlall to IVualdad I rta ii %  to take part in the Inter* Mrnameot and Anchor Cup shoot, between Barh Pi •ndad and Brttasn Guiana. To \,iense* for tins tour -omnwttee ha* been :tpriointed to •Trance cake sales and ... •neair of r;usinr I it tee is lookn llpport of the public T.C.A. Engineer M R. AND MRS. ROSS MACKENZIE .• a 0 then two UnaaWan Raathat nod Si %  erday for C'ana T %  \ "Xpeet to be away for about three 1 %  who If < — %  gnghteer Is on lOUda} V.1-* raUef, Mr. Paul Papiiii.il. airlved from C > aatak. PosiDd Degree A T AN axanunwUon %  held it re on -lune 22ml t lh College "f Musi,. Mi F. c. God-hird of I-idge U"-' passed his Ass.Ki.ite Degree .,ne-ga operatu^ IMi lefl T I %  Montreal Taking over frc.n Mr Stuart is Mr. Harold %  I by hi* arrived Short Holida> A %  %  i. haw n to spend 1 i 'lui^v with ItU %  Joanne Johnson, daucthti'i of Mr. 11. H. Johnson. une plane and Mrs. Gerald Mr... Qai ii I Mr. T KM.* To Be Married To-morrow M IS.-, DOROTHY ROn Oaugaaai at lb and Mrs, W. A H.m>. of Iloi.-niary," 9th B e tt e vlB e left for Canada TCA. Tomorrow night at 7 ..'clock she M N I.I i "t Ml .trivi Ml lev Edwards of "CUf! Fontabelle. Noel recentK lafl Barbados to settle in Canada. With Caroni Ltd. M R KKini ROBBtTS eome in on BWIA's fliaht from Truudad > ml Hull J morning to s|>end a eouplr iif weeks holiday with relatives at Hmd-bui v Hoad. Keiin iaitSI Caroni Ltd. in TTinidad. • | \>\ ;he same plane C A. Saver of CodrtngtOl had been in Trinidad for 10 dig U.S. Vi.it I BAVntQ by BW.I.A's. morm* g ^ flight on Fridav fm Ihe is via Antigua %  Ml A. Ilar\ C rifflth or "Chftou Ter... %  ,.er Bay Street. has gone there %  I treatment vh mpanl •, irk city With U.B.O.T. M ID MRS FRED LEWIS arrived (ram Trinidad yes%  ntna to spend I %  %  %  Ing a: the Hotel Royal They wi. their two d I i gtneer with D.B.OT.. Poll Retired Inspector, Schooh M R FREDERICK W.CHH1STOP:ihR. Inspector o| Schools. St. Kitt Nevis and AnguiPi has %  an aa an inspector i.i holidaying In en route to the U.S. %  tiremenl. He is a guest of Rev. j. ii Winter of "Wtota*** rontabelle. %  i Mko Training r~, ,. ha ipai Mend TaachM M Con shi oi, Tamaloi Another Chance O WING to DM demand for the extra I the WcttM Ian Exhibition at the M ua a u aH, this %  will continue until the end Of the BWOthi.1 Ftida.v Slst August will ba the last day for %  xhlblUon. Talking Point .1 liiisband should aeoar addrest an BHora i p in the %  • a 1'iirif party.—&aUai. Incidental Intelligence S OME Iranian now h;. to nuke hirnseir a nation;,! hero if he can just rememlxM which handle to turn. — Daili* Cotonutf. V'i'-t'.riu. Briitih Colttmbta. -ill 11^1 A I II < I.I II MM >I \ Membe.s Only; TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY AT 8.30 l HI l f, / H ni. Presents . IRENE DUNNE — REX HARRISON — LINDA DARNELL "ANNA AND THE MM. (IF SIAM" with LEE J COBS QALE SONDERGAARD MIKHAIL KASl'MW A 2eth Century-Fas IMrliire COMMENI INC. TVESDAV *8TH ANN SHERIDAN VICTOR MATURE "STELL4" A :i)th l>nlur>.IO\ Pirliirr



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• I \IIH VI I I .1 M \i.^ vmtx MI I'M.I llliai FARM AND GARDEN By AGRiCOLA Imf 1 in i orii INDIAN 1 ..11 generall* ipeehtng, 1 , tha W< wiring nitWar efT n M n: crop except [01 valor e/g mixed productions; (or u*e In the boOM dietary and principal)) i*'i surplus beinit stage for roasting, botl for soup (and araal •oup) u well Rtnte for rather ICJXCO an high priced .nitnUmost pj:t Aithout that attention tlc. if production siderably may lustily (hut 0 1 'in jpplO.i.ll will paiy arlth ampfa at on tennis*flsy, drying end itoi lo prevail'. 1'-' neat, InM I provision of modern methods. In tli. K noted that Tl siderhiK the Don voting part of tl BM kiting of pio'.l.K'T,on of local %  %  d advantageous!) for arhlen now llgure largely it. haporta. In common with "in meal %  feM Dia doh U %  1 dOUDt, in the %  port Fdi imported by-product, propofi .... %  '1 '. ,„.... bet* under various trade names and used : try purposes. IbOM 1 : %  n aritn the producu of •Hit and cotton lti,iu>ie,it advantage nf the POrtCd in meal is Keeps and, 111 applying I %  by-product should b< : ..! in the United Stales, lbs priocip I I (coding 11 bog bang the laxgsari consumer, sfo reoenl able in this con. I .ir eaataaaa bi m ie of too I'.t.ii (inp goes miii annual proas grain % %  '1 rjbic, tin re1 tract conI ims with ., ,.. 1 mi by ingccnul Bout mills. Among by-privi; starch ai I ip which, %  ctltor of Corn ia pertaal crop in the %  1 .mount than any roal grain cultivated. K B "I gardo pot. .i Uib. 1 '. tir i..d spring. PaeJttetg %  .'hatlu pOaltHM Wind. Tliee I I uii.elil.il tlliiud • % %  wii pot in the muwi .. position, the. t.,-.. ., long Unas to settle down and foal "al home". So do not be discouraged ft* they an -t.irlmg to flower. Ano*:.. It n. said thai they flower best when the Bulbs have ..ml oaconM caaaa-pnekad In pot <• %  beii. and that lakes some ti.ne. and oaaj be the cause of their lanaaaaa Treatment I I t ijhes requl 1 special tree Una nt, and. ai long as the puurt appears banltt dark-green glossy leaves, it is best l<-ft alone. It has been said thgt BlICharM UUM flower all the year round, but '-U accepted Idea Is that the flowering t Easter 1 March—Apt il The flowers Hie boine on long thick green auvna nd the pure white bloonij. lather lilt and "JX. iii ufanuano*, abate* at |. %  %  . 1 1 one stem These Ulies last well in water and any bud InM 1suilieiently ., ad will open aftei il hag been picked and kept In awatar RiK' \\ t More 1 %  %  %  oiket -sod ,., p • %  %  %  1 1 %  %  opening %  %  1 rearm \m w %  about an top and 1 rnarkhaga %  • I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 wiM .. ..%  I K on of tbi ; <>t in. dng for th %  %  pu • .„ .,. I %  making both and i HI* the %  idth v-t t i.,.lf Inch but t 1 |o sun tin Cut both thick] enaegly In the centra c4 an inch of l then cut ; %  %  I %  %  collar. ] rxcenfl lo 1 I x*t mixture, ol whcrevvi buj up .. be Achlmenes. tint Une the Basket Bs Rupert and the Sorcer er — 11 -4-4 Droppn.. 1 By II"" sn no *a>s. llwt''' ind keepi"* durp loah 90 VCiau Ruptri w%, up lb %  ... h( o-ighl rioi M obftrt. "It ml') is 4 k uucrr." IL'" • P*' un 11 br Jv-i, Sad how r I hn Ipm on thn %  Achimenes 'i ii. those •banning tl %  Panay like flow. 1 an regarded as | Ba a fcet a god %  1 Baeheat. But ei can also be grown with equal success In Windowboaea, in Rock-gai lei 1 RhM in a bed. The t! Vi r) lik<* an Englisli 1 1 I--, and 1 an !-• hao 1 %  %  %  ihadea of mauve in i pink Prnpayutioii ie propagated by •mail Tubers, any liny one ol which will grow Sometimes .1 t-epnng "ill be foun.l which appear* to have no lubcc -1. %  had oolj a r.-.v iiuurooia. rbaea llttla plants do equally well when planted out. Treatment Achimeiies grow aagU) 111 in. thickly with Coca nig it uii up the huhabove the rim il Put in .1 layer of mould, a few TUIHTS about Uh and aMei pn b 1 through U 1 1 %  %  plant the rest of the Tub the (Op 1 % %  < : so keep Minn moist. 1 %  I I %  %  I I 1 %  Aehmiencs will So< II ,ti the Tubers left to iet. AHer that the llasket 1 i ut an I 1 Then the H ik< with fresh mm ted again. 1 1. Inld 1 p I'n-itioii Athimen. | will %  1 %  lappled shade to be -' m 1 %  . win 1 ao HERE VIM. It vlU.UNS • American Brassieres $1.50 Nylon Stockings $1.62 Art Silk Nightdresses $3.36 Art Silk Panties ol.'l. $1.14 Half Slips $1.92 Ladies' Cotton Vests 60c. Ladies' Cotton Panties 60c. Children's Cotton Vests 2 FOR $1.00 Children's Cotton Panties 42c. Children's Plastic Raincoats So beautifully easy* -. so easily beautiful because toryUoimt'.hL .. thoroughly and effortle*ry, infusing vrulnv bno lax* m TOUT aan 1 HI and see how a Hi. .i en ahaaaneo mlly does bring new a w sh nt i s 10 your ban, led how phahfc snd oiansgesbtc it M, u*j. So easy-to-use. luaajh* fnni the rube, Hrjut^m needs no preparsuoa or *pr ul rimes. In tubes, the handy and %  he forr* Aiwkwiy sac. there's more fon m in BRYLFOAM THE OliaiNAL SHAMPOO IN A 1UIE Gets the Dirt out of WORK CLOTHES foster and easier than ANY Soap! Yot, KAH — even in the 1 r — will not Iho 4lirtict ffarmmbi cleat ei .1 — nnd (juieKl.Y too. For v %  dainty thing! or hoavhM WHKIIUM PAB...putll in CO-DAY. Was!nag witli FAB actually SAVBS money — Use HALF M 1 in 1. i' Fab as MMW jeeifl*! F01 tho ex'rp confidence in your looks DRESS at THE BROADWAY DRESS SHOP Dresses, Skirts, blouses, slacks. shorts etc. 1, Broad St. Tel. 3895. QM3 KIDNEY PILLS SB.?,Z/. Bring Prompt#t/ii/from I BACKACHE MlAOAfMI •MaaUflin NMXT RI1INC [ IlltOIEIUM I '"PuBi auw I %  ^^i WHEN A COLD STRIKES, STRIKE BACK FAST... USTERINE ANTISEPTIC USTIMNE Antiwplit Lilli mdlioot ol germ* on throat surfaces...keeps thesa from atarung aeriout trouble. Bxmenv hcr. st the tirst sign of cold, gmrgk l ISTanUNI Antieptk, full atrengih, early and ofteo! IN TESTS OVER A 12 YEAR PWIOO, DAILY USfiRS > Of USTERINE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEWER COIDSI *S^L >i" i-jre -.aser, aa • ^-SM' ond ou have aure, lafe gtHli KLIM %  lit tr it, v MILK MST IN PIIMIINCE IH1 WOILD Oil! K11M/S jl pure. sa/em//k Kl l\l UlUDgrj miU produced on.In Btricu i ins v.. and ifaa %  padallj-pocktcl i KLIM M thai rou K


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. I'\(.l 1(111. -I Ml \V AHVOCATR ni-i>u \l .l-i 81 IKI CONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY [kUAClf, f.. Pbenicvt.n. -CSS* -if. Atetj i.lie,'it Acid—*nd QUININE. Thew fojr nwdicinst. MMMMaHy bHnced. work i.r*r|ii( l( |l( r ( ht n -y the? rWsSM piln nut. rotorc your MUM ol ?;i-bMn| *N*C/*7 r *'> m 'Sy Doctors! O.Cr 1.' OOOAxtOM Indian tutt U— =2 --^/ in G-p-: Irttaln -on* MM H cold*. hcadithM. looilnch*. rheumai rum .pacific bring* yow \g>\ —thtt MOtid*rfitl igly q U K. % % %  .-: '-oh* or | com lull* toucin bj, R enough •'bung quick relief (ion i | JO-Ublff bo Or in M)-IWI boulet—keep ol the.e in your houM 4ffM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIN GET %  AIIACIN' TODAY! %  *lUCm >. MM •* C...I MM ... w-.-. MrtH %  MM I-M ANADm For Good Shooting .... There Is no belter general purpose CJII* ridge than Elcy "Grand Prix'. It is waterreiitfing. hard-hitting. and unfailingly I able. Supplied in 12 gauge 21 length with I I 16 or. or II or. loadi an-j In other gauges. ELEY-KYNOCH WATER-RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES fGRANDPRIX" • %  GASTIGHT-' • "MAXIMUM" • "ALPMAMAX" Factory Reprtientatint : T. Gf DDES GRANT LTD. ^^^y Trtnld*). Juna.cs. Bfti.h Gu.,n. Ba'tudoi 1 IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTI.IES LTD. LONDON a OUR HMR oft, lustrous k handsome and healthy led %  i %  %  II lim-ugh ihc dHrjr. I hedth — I '. bow it toi %  i Dandruff a>V' B Dey-^^DOUBLEBE^ 1 h ..„w...>^'-'^ D U BB Vl.ttM .ell, ECKSTEIN Bros. \\. I. CAPTAIN J(UI\ GODDAtU) LEAVES To-Moituow FOB VI silt vi.l V VIA TRINIDAD \ttstitiliuit Serie$ Will Deeide ll orhi Svprmnaey By 0. S. COPPIN Bowlers Have EMBERS FO BARBADOS A Good Day %  %  i %  %  %  IMPORT wi %  then '||)[>ABD %  1 Down %  %  %  terdaj on rain rti i i if Fir* Crick ptntd Hng. t OLLEGI .s. POUCB ond with is l'..lirr . M I. Burk,. .fYMP.C and K. B r.ii-.if-* | HI Warren .,( Carlton bagged five pul I %  . %  %  tc 114 run. (or tn loss Off -.cts H .: %  • .. i ening ;.i CU11 gilt .1 U : ;!h Jo if..ton and -i at I %  bowler*. Durii Bun ll' %  ired three lor 28 M.rw in .1 i o %  %  dimus* Holier for UM I %  M.iv 1 ibourn i I pVSI the I'hui Dim 1 %  J ... .! pp ( %  %  i%  SOT DISGRACED ll lia -cm four n one %  : i in the 1 %  i hould v.. in 1 %  LOST mi RUBBEH , ioa mi put. I I • ml .... l ..: ruj ( < • TlAiirtrallnns hnd %  %  i i i IUSD tan 1 M ir i i %  % %  FIRS! W.I WIN %  ; %  %  II I %  I %  ; %  V i;i i I..K B \i \Nt I l> ll Url W i %  %  it win b I I Ml I III \MI 1 %  Worn M. Wek< i %  .: :. %  tory, S %  % %  %  i" %  STOUUITY %  %  %  : i.'i.iu more time* t"un i can %  looi •Fill %  %  I TKII l II. XVI KS %  r I ke rrluxned the fiRures of 12.5 O.. 2 M.. 39 R., 5 I 28 R.. ft W. R Aurtio. 00 wh<. took I tor 37. bowled well I yT Cnrltun, N S Uxc*m. taking 3 f.r 35 and K i 5, turned in usc|l-i f..| •r'.jncC*. SPARTAN \. BMPIRI woertei ;:. tmpirr ur Z wkU.) it I owli i .\ Holder "i .... i Ible lor puttin K with 8 need II %  %  rivals. 1 down )ual over .' of which 5 were maiden*. i took 3 of run-. th.' wicketi for 15 runs He sent ren including ft maidNone <>( U ever i .. %  '. until 2.30 p.m figures wen A rrl ol ihc rrdn afleeten a lew oc c asions. The %  il, i. v Harris p.innon.i AAkuu !" ul, n i single added to iw was n i' the total By< to, two l t iRLTON vs. Y.M.IM. Oarken via and (wtthoerl io*t> II • %  M i-i 71 nd wlckrt-kcri. n %  no mistake. H '• l" r • out lo*>%  TVttKS itY DUNLCIP YOUK REQUIREMENTS H )-DAY POLLOWiNG SikUS i\ STOCK. .. CARS .. .. TRUCKS .. LM \ IM 7" \ %  IH l 11 34 x 7 — 75 v M i 1 x Ift II . TRACTOR .. |gg x IS 75B x II WO x II SM X It in it. tl v H ^ II teo x 38 Ol a II 1100 x II. it. MO x 11 ..MOTOR CYCLE.. || I 11 11 i II -HI V 11 lig \ || I 11 MII, i; .. BICYCLE .. ten v |H %  i', I %  % %  V I 1 %  (HI V | I tj 1 1 I 1 Bnl Strerl Distributors Dial 129 Thl vhdt of the West Indies team to A '''l.'Vi %  rticle bs the Rlghl Hon. Herbert v. Evatt, K.c. M.F.. IS in the IM9 Wi I He v.i tes ; I on all wealth and I DKIHTV IVM.S VIlWS W HAi i .-ii to %  tato. "A t %  Commonwealtn and huii i n d In uov t 1 [land and south rtt "I Hunk we '• (l OWii ike the thie A combination lances, aome adventitiou-'. %  England t-oth in \ 1946-47 nnd in FORTUNATE A cs; i: M | able, nol only to era %  Illness, bul to show a great form The rapid approach ol Arthui to the cbu f Wi fur many omethlng like the guarantee of %  n>-i stortsmmltancouBiy • n helped %  in ihr laoj ran naaaa oalngi ilwmya area np "i" 1 >i'ulii iare in M iii.n in nve rearm* baao, the erirhet maremaoy wtthbi the rtritnii ealtt will ni have passed le the Weal Indlesf Whal a boon that woedd be, even >f ealj ti drive hmtiie loaaeai in rrirket it is %  > %  an alt ill mih ,,T lanlv ..t tit. Owl ..r i>1 HydttOJ or Melbourne." Jo ma tea n Derby H in ner Hough I Loca fly By BOOKIE f*HE news thai u> .:, Drain wini SSB) bought by Mi M | R %  Raa Ing 1'u-viously • inneri have been sold to Trinidad whllt of the first winners of thi clsMie, Saraband, was sold. I believe, to Grenada. This is the Oral ttaae fa that a Jamrdcan Derby winner has bein told to ownership in Da rbadoi rhmen that has been lought Wltl Ihetr winning tht nee. It will therelore be Int er e st i n g to warn if this tuiy win complete the racing • vason In Jamaica or Whi come immediately to Barbaoos to race at our November meeting before going on to Trinidad for the Chrlsh lumoured to be $5,000 ..nd while this H a rec I l-ought in Barbados it is not as much as *..* paid for such as Raphael or Footmark, both ( Wishes with a particularly strong repu DO the Barbados Derby early inli month while at loogi %  .other Jamaican 1 tl i 'I'm D URING tin next low i Mad | i ..nts may i. in think diffi %  thai time we should be on bettei %  thie I in in place In the betting. In to do this at all because what %  ale was not up to much. But no one in their right ..Id say thai i... Jamaican Derby this year she must auton erne favourite for the Trinidad lJerbv as well. Of eourSC OM Ol the striking lunilariUes about every Jamaican %  Trfnidad classified above B class is that they have all been ft bred In that Colony. In fact I vciv m %  "I vei> Jamaican racing season is that it i. ii of champions. Up to now I have gallon Embers has in Jamaica as a threc-year-oid but 1 know sin was rated as one Of the lop two-year olds in 1950 according to Jamaican cor. ,;ood horses have been sent Iron. luce the advent of the Brown Bombet and Commando II but ti %  %  lean about which WOP champloni and which were not. Unlike Jamaica wi along quite well with our fair share of good ones and bod i %  • i %  /•" while our champions may not have i>ecn rrequi is why it has .to pick on! I be n i* also why we teal '.hat In 1981 the Jamaicans will have to be of the ears best if they hope to beat Best Wishes—if sin TIIK CIPRIANI MEMORIAL T HE lil<; A CLASS RACE ll AJ know i -. 7 pounds below their i--s' terra. I %  • %  • .. pr* a md efh i ti> ing su tor six fm %  .. it a till ate fa i'' %  honoatj that he only gave In to lb) LU1 %  % % %  i tUm a dour struggle : i thai Mr. Taaa nr* ind second places C m race, a dlatlncUoa which must make bun real very satisfied |... ill) go t" tiiink thai ROW old Blue Streak is post hit best, he has QSM : nd came second in hi* fourth at the recent Trinidad June meeting, has therefore shown that hii form al thai fixture %  thai in. He la, i understand. ., line upstanding colt However, with w many ol the beat in A cla*.ofl form perhaps it wouhd mtll next Saturday when ho must take on Nan Tu v rurioagaj baron we ow much be i' worth Incidentally he will have to tare 9 II That, I think, will take lolng; pOR THE real i ng %  '' Arlma I think the meat Mr bnportant featui d thrt es, one of ^^^iich, it was sal. %  '•' having to !*• deitroyed. Quite iranklv I am surprised tl '"' (all. In the Oral rw wie lO. lu Hn wriaal II, and in the (ti Of cow MArima, ram dy and that is: a new refuse to move. Pew would believe that onl> .. from ill vor> ime track there are COplOUS than bush and all as t I | .....:.. V. %  ; arable quasi Meanwhile horses continue t. '.II. DO Injured or COUlOd; jockeys i the public is squeezed Into the raeliing la that racing ha* long out grown. A situation calculated to make far more poopli of leaving racing than coming Into '. whether to own or bet on horses. I T IS NOT wlthi ul I the form of the threeid Gold Pin and and I gating performance by tne half-hr. % %  mg in the Y. De Lima Trophy these two horses have forced n I Lflbrant conclusions. First II IN obvious that Baby Oil %  the excellent form which ana has now shown EOT a ll *be is still improving. No matter how she mOUl ... ntlnuW 10 %  ndly the thre e y e ar -old <;"'d


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-I \i> \\ ICOUST 2. U51 SIMi\ MlVlK \ l I l-M.I I I VI BDOS WATER POLO TEAMS Men 9 g Team Has Strong Defence By Paul Fo$$er THE BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAMS which Will Trinidad on a nine-day lour next month were chogejfl ievtntag. Both teams have met with geniten some criticism of the keepers for the men's team ond the i Nothing however has heen said about the I Tim Yetrwood fmm the teanv no doub' %  e ventral ^"'g made over watei | \„ mtm erich* n football* IS* • ha -.. %  v rua nnnit alri ' h:il Quite righ' It isn't crh kei or football Wall bare to stay, rasing %  i %  y throughout the Wr' the 1 tM.n.u..*. . !" ,„.JU has sent ou*. that either leeler, to in* a-.iwiu. *—~.., f i .1 irdan lion "Can we emu > ft u %  As soon as the Ti Evelyi mill tow iovor this question will In %  | %  : D Vincent ha • mine condition lbs EkBitadoi Association For ll. ,i. YearMM of Uw rules of water %  i pretty much in p*'^ Michael Hanacbtll Oronn and Yearwoi i hgricultun %  % % %  %  %  i. i... • mad i38. is planning to net the came tm bun tha sdgo. Then going down than. Hun case. ;.: %  rules. Disadviintaire the Barbadoi ascoeiI'l.AWIM. Till: ATTACK **? .janaPt dta M J \. ^v Mr -dP fc""mLjf... lsV i a Jil'dtrM JH Boa*! F • %  v 3 "~^*aoY ^"iiil m rmmW AUC 26 — NO. 186 The Topic of Last Week vSTOPPAHO QUICKLY with Phonic... Thi.u not a game of ftmngats bat eiiiht m*mi>eih or tinLsdiw Watas Polo leant olsoning tl attacks on a tehis-sies orator polo *i. in %  saoafa u ao tor HMU nnwtnut win. i in Tnmdad i."\* mouth. Una left to right arc Mary Kuubt. Barbara Hunt* and J**n Mundlw f*i'i I chandler. Peggy Pltchi-r (Captain) Jill Oale and Ann |oh M : i tall on September ll\h i pnvitU' club it dolie to see the game on few Mono. Tin.' ib a dJjtinci dl tage to the gnme Next yeai bowavor tha association ning '" •' would like to stari wuh Jordan not hem h* any %  %  . I no of of the Swordnsh |,!l> n 1 %  •? ?•* can and had he nut I. ft ho '•" orgiinisacl with matches pUyo I v. boon ;• r,,hvr %  e Harbour Police pic. (with the permission <>f UH Con missioncr >, or at somt otbtr fat Kivkv S'eleelion ourable spot, in addition ti %  f. II the Aquatic Club. Wnlle t;ikmg all these bow: toi Qoofl f To thO Water Polo Association. no to ralkWO would only be fair to mention Ince. I n co-operative is tM 1 tho management of the Barbados .'...' Club. They li. back-Unc ovor*thing possible to roth oSoac man hownvor havo running of tha game on) %  arda bofora, and %  aooctatlon. During tours and ai %  !vcs. ony time the association has orWlth tin' tinw these two ganised dances to nlso I could rv v in tho farhave always allowed the atsoclaward lino, But with Jordan's i )U ri to take one hundrci pO) eenl k> of the gate money. Without thi eoDeration tho Barbados Water With Ycaiwuod in the team Polo Association would not lie In as a ptrmononl back. Foster tho stronu position they are todgv .. Olympic Commiy %  Olympic Games due i i : i. h for the Ti Folio-.. „. V. ladies Peggy PMeher (M>< C rin: MAX. KI:I:I'I:H i oulil Spend tho remainder of noontoostag on '.. ii tlonal match in the back line. Afllliutrri Veoterthj in Hoi niC of the Federation ImernoiiorThcre hai been no criticism of ale de Natation Amateur, one of tho Ladles team which almost tinItems on the ngendn was th % •ffUhttlon of tha Barbados Amn%  re going teur Water Polo nnd Swimmm;: rin: i oim ums l-it to li.ll: Hill. Manning, right wun-r. Ken Inrf. VIOS r^pUi i and centre-forward. Helberl BannUlei. Irlt "iimrr and | cllhcr *• a forward or a bck. A few iiunoi jUon to tins mternatmni| %  i, ndled until the body. Tim • lion will bo %  bod, will now i %  >•>' one ol lbs Itsi I w tho flrst >f i nod out and by the tune tho amateur BSaOCiallons which I, then should be m't at the rocontl) form i i onlttae i i boi on* ihem. -it-i lo then parSAt intciiiatnm >1 n member assoriatlon ot : oonunlttos must do Ihu are sacring "Why sll Uus i bef ths sommlllos can become Left is Maurice Foster Barbados Number one gu4lhc-|ier. Right; Albert Weallierhrad. rrscrte -o.il(.eeper and MoSnafSf. it the beginning: of tl tho short spaci and a half n ont'r of the bi || ,i quick forcing shoi line weii. ... %  ..in bo one of Bsi *, I 1 ; Fried, croslthail (11 i %  I 3 %  Lagu< I Hit iKMitmn I'I %  IP %  Jill lialr i Mil %  I %  %  %  break up rd" movem %  ti %  t-bacl Bornlln Warrrn (tl). Another newcomer to the >; n bvason. who loo] from the A contn %  %  bock-lln. %  swim through u %  %  %  Mar 4 Knlghl il4). VounKesi r the .. i ,. i r mfancv | %  % %  %  Marion l*>h>r (tl). Hoi pQSi| B :ll 0/OU i oi contn foi %  anil handias thi boll an IL Jean Chandlrr tlfti ol las B o rb o dos t< >m ..... .i, in %  bockline. Has a powrrful Shot %  blgfa She %  goo i u Una and "ill lxme of .he thorns m PhfUta t nanoirr ill). %  will line up i i ''i, wing. Shoots with f/01 %  %  i. %  mcmlx" to pbR?. I -coring. B i bar. Iluulr JT ). One < the UsfO goal keepers. Ncwcomi weii ihroughoul the gasps COM ',] under atUek but must reiniiiibci to cover he goal when saving -thots taken from ti.i Bud. Ann F-okMrin i!7>. The other goal-keeper. Was the Barbodn custodian during Trinidad 1 rial hero last root Cai got wen .u* of the water but must concentrate i Bold •not %  ved. %  1 I %  Ken Inos % %  •i %  -iiin |> %  .tu-ii i. %  ... %  %  ,od will %  %  .1 ••, %  (• twelvi ^ U e team Trinidad Mill nave %  ... %  i %  %  %  || I .ill 1 %  I %  .ii prei %  III! fort %  } II, the bo< k Um %  bach Qtm&tmj Fwitrr ?h> • 1 i %  %  i %  SI %  %  %  tl • team Has boat %  their dashes with IWi i>. ,i. • %  *> Till: HACKS %  .1., The tjinouihicciokl pcoon of PHHNSI OTHES NERVES, OUNTERA* rS DEPR1 SSION j :ul ..uiv R-mcmhcf thiI'll! \ i\< neithci harm the heart nor paei (ubsututd, Keep a sunprj ol PHBN8W tablet Phensic %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  lit'r lrt'i'1 %  %  i IIBll %  I .. |Bhi tna nci*4-i %  %  %  .. . | %  l.ill ... I tponiorea by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and thblenders of j & R RUM VJ rWO TABLETS l.-.IMi QUICII RELIEF (ROM RHEUMtTIC PAIN L lUMBinO. NERVE PAIKS, HF'nirH.e, NUIHAIGU .IHUFNZI. coins £ CM II J Lofl to right) firrard Jordan il.* in llie back line, oi rrwrvo farward "Boo" Pallsrasn. the as is eenln haal 0 ffgi MseLau If-tt back and CharlOO Fvclvn. right bats. I l"7. Men's Ho. l-attr.s.m ;*. at the tea ... dad in i: lei I i and also reprs o> nn |,4KP % %  i %  onI / S S \ B L E ! THEY SAID 11 III sum is col 1,1 > NOT COMPETE l\ WORLD MMtM.IS" — Thai a a* g/asfavvaWg ARE YOU WEATHER-PROOF ? prrol ExT!ACTOF 9 You wouldn't dream of neifleciinu u leak> rood Kthfii lon't ne^leci your health either. When you expect . are fortified to ward'>fT c*ui:hs. eolds. < hills ei< %  ( r'KKROL. tba I inc builder. II.ICKfil Cod Liver O. I :it of J500 International Up %  Thousands of ptoplg throughout the Caribbean thkt PDttOL larly to protect themselves from Infection and [llneta IVhv not keep nrg|| this rear the waj Ibej do. Why not take FERROL THE WORLDS BEST TONIC & DlCiencN ^ . i %  %  %  - Nf'M of WiM %  c.-r• /! i Today Your Art' N..I.I in miiii* ( •!•• %  %  m|Mrlunl < %  < Iria-s ok' llif ,.. iM a nd lln-ir •iit'i't-iisiiiit ||iiilrtvi it |irof ok' iln-ir aliilil.i lo >!••< I .mil , ii I iMlllmi, ELITE DOES IT AGAIN UOItl.lt PAM#US TRUBENISED COLLARS • • • \-...IN:-I. 1.HUMS (.HAM I III. MmmmmmmmmemKMBammmt: BYNOC LTD .. i iii -•...-. ....... i. i



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I'M.I •-!". SI M1AY UIVOCATR PINDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1M ) cs/crtJay 's Cricket SCOREBOARD rout) -i l-.l>ra "-I ll.e. SB Knint l**te 4. %  %  ..I I*. Robs dipper Al%  %  %  loo i i i-i\ ilion by %  it, 2 it, i • M. I > %  l.t lini %  %  %  %  %  %  l of 11 rum PH KWICK \*. LODGE ilut (|M I W ''I-' '" II • VMM VN v. IMPIRI • % %  IUH — il !••*• %  %  %  K I I : %  i Dark*i tNALVSn It I IB %  '\ I . I 1 ii % %  till .l H i r turn 1 %  %  • : ... %  %  Stout* who %  i EH M '1 1 '"..• %  %  i %  r %  Tot".! 5 || (.mi fi.r ?7 .incl p a || „( ,i.t i 17 I I I H.KI IBruo I B %  COMBRRMFRF vs. u \M>rltrRS Comh •>< • c Whito c H ..-.., ra (tar 1 wkfctW IM |. Corn i" %  %  | .-. Total i.-. on ... [, mi— :•* i-r To:i it win n i 'Hill; %  %  %  I < P. AUHI>. b N %  U • I It, i N M.tWl.II |* I <— I. M.r.MII • F Kinc c wfcpt b II T'ippin S %  .:.. %  %  1 K > % %  !-• b N Mai.hall 0 .!..,!! | • lull I* %  i m; 2 If S-M. II 3 I I *-- BOWUXO ANALYSIS 11 Hill • 1 1 TotffHl I t..4.n.. I.l Imilni* I '. | H I I M UK %  I inn Kihi t> OMM T.'Hdsi* H*I mil CtlBI Toi-I l,,r T kl.. tow] IN<; ANAI ran it ii >•• KMUK .inn. I ...II' LI IH.H. '. [..rH.lt b r ,i. InnU l> KIM %  tout>W On %  Ui-I ll> W ii.|,|j„ Sands Has Lost Nothing In Cash By Going To U.K. Kinxld. By liKORGr VMIIIIS.. I i, ,11 never lurgei Lays crck ,._ „ M >e fought back lo galunlly Sand.. Empire ml ,: .ng.r) > Laulo Papp in Milan this year—the performance OAK has a flavour of FRESH COWS MILK champion, i back to A i pique at not having the opportunity of u shot at the world chimpJnship. or of pa ting up .1 lucrative %  r, | En pi ftcrown Ill-founded BjdHri country was rcspon Sands not having Bfl light with Randolph Turpm Mn liisi month;i situation to Randolph < % %  champion at the expense of Sugar H.t\ %  ttfa Dm* himself in the minor rote •>* owr* weight winner against Aineeiart jown, with Turptn'i %  Jkl the Sugar Ray return beginning next week. Sand's chanc* of world Mams can be written down neiiligible at the moment, but to highlight vlorv hat gained the Ixtndonet a best ihe Furopean -hip.. OHM as the Italian %  peculator! IIHK1 thiall approbation our Aide haajwd kg at me and whispered : They I B'doi \\ ater Polo Tram Selected hi in lWtf -lid IMUslippery opponent tnis Daa"wto hp'ajattPf faihatanUgJ >••". p'aying by guile rainor than ronsoUti n—In cash. by strength Oiu/ln Kvrlyn (151. AlthoiiKh Samlcamp !.. Britain with a unajntt DMMHM PO i I ..ul i UU i"N n lb* IIOMt I llll.lM U !!•>..! %  Wilktr r kpt wooa. a w ggt Ml Ailkr. i.b*>Pl H i %  v.. ?—ftp. %  * a ANALYSIS m M hi no 00.07, standing itvu ** !" %  Mat inch** and wMoAtng Mt %  L 11 IM-IB for a* ... }'!\, *2K .' %  '"" nwbttei d i the Harrlfon CoUoga %  winrnmni i1, in goo,I %  l 'ditlon and .. promtalni youm player. Hill' Mannlnc 1 17-. Will t> during the lour. HM %  .: polo %  hue I9M and hi the captain of the Harrison College team Twtea \ Ludorum In the Hen loan qualit spurts, is an ag%  %  forward and combines w, :i with Bannister and luce. Mjurtre Foster <*•> %  i one goalkeeper. Has play. welf thLs season and lit. performance In the trials was tops. pfeeiM-T. niBttkrr %  glrtUHl Hood |l,.fkl> %  b MHoml I .... .,.. Ha %  i. • naa I llnarll llri-lk-. Ii M I i • a wood %  qjneow <> wrnm II %  n. rP ii Mil' • II KM %  II Kid>ie ItiilrhuiHMi b r-trnn %  H H oWnUea M > i i. Head % %  rai •' -l -.tpi i II II b i KM l> Wt.ll, i | i. Di %  I . i--i :i <•• i. | u. %  i. a lU BOW1 HQ ANALYSIS %  .•ii* pal Ibw Kinx kpr Wood 1 i. m well Ihul Brown; u v fought Booth at Uii mlngliam i i hat BOW bci 'i i rnnteed hn> IheV liiI1V :i ,. r o( !h ,. 1mmt 1(1 wlll lNl or lhe world championship re.„, M. ina ger. Started playing lurn in New York on SOOti all r ^^ 1,^^,,,.,, 1937 ,„„! 1936 Joined the army and weal .s during the war returning to !, i:>;ulos in 1946 and >' I Qerart Jardan (221. Turnec nut in the bwk line for Sword. __ tish --lis year and nlonirr willWarwickshire r.rrn lor hi ; r.. -.. II* Wn pUjw nWkOudMI liuiie1 M lOTlbOUl lour years heavy-weight in London By BOUKJOIS \ POWDER ROUCI 1 1 K CREAM VANISHING CkEAM At both %  tune it HWked I Ight have boon In the ^, Turpm leion. but Johnny and tie) have decided that bualnoi icre must have priority. William" fettling -vimmer and 1 it H v. yrw 10. 1 W Tudor %  Toial IAM -I %  % %  "iotic for I. H IntilM %  September Brown fights Uoyd Barnett iit Ptirthcawl on August .' dale with Donni Powell, and Is talking U I 1 .mother engagement at BinningMii recfiong to pocket ah-u[ %  """ rlJOO from these three fightsJJE 1 ^ !" Cannot Control Rising Of Prices . Mr w E Curtis, < 1 B B %  Bti %  D \ 1 • tot the to wber aid on Wetlinoej HOnduru continue in. lopped 'df du tight 1 bit above the rate for parring partners, even or .Mild championship job Here ll welcome news fOT Ul nmateufi picked to i>ox 1* is 1 good tha ill well. Average age of the met is ;t.c TftO teams leave Barbados 01 19th by the i.awitnr returning nine rlayi later by the -nm" shin During the local luintQili Hill %  %  U I .IN. / ,.. both arrlvwd In Trinidad hriiain against the USA "Inth. Jamaica on the) second log Wombley on August 21 AH i..-. "' Trinidad not of Utelr rlslt to Ue Colonies whoes AB A champion, has accepter the 1 I MOT. :In LondOO are looked ifRht-middlr-wei^,! plaot. Thai IKnowlei who ' ''" '> control ovei a fUf !-> the Crown Agemmeans an end to dressing-room in keting ot pricee, which n „ v „. I • 0 I '""" the w>.i. 1 1 iticials1 wlU remain hare with a Cockney wit shariem-i %  or raw material, the vast until August 30. when they will on „ |( PUBlomcri of lhr f „„,, raff rnrne, and leave for British ctulana. Darb..(nn v ;ill n1 c|lc uea !. %  piling," Mi .1 W N0111 mi., (lieniidj. St lAieia. St. Kilts, ,„.. 1V1 I1 rn rorTri .,jv P fur Ihn %  tf Inspecting ] Uitlgun, Brlosh Honduras and hutt-trtllai that flutter round ih< j* 4 **.*? rrtnmachs of even the lirivesl immedlatoly before LUXURY, uUruf*TlwnP->Qw HI.H a (hlifbti ,11, I .".lirij a4 '•'r*Mf I i.iih |e rout tslh.xaa %  cnthboiiMida<. Httn I Iba akin aa toll u afla *nd tod* |<^li.iua *"". UM Cuiimrs i Soma and M[..n . %  <• Ibalaiu/rl lhe hurricare THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE IN TYRES iOOD/YEAR %  ARING ITYKE T THE LONG-LIFE HARDE3T WE THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. VICTORIA STREET WHO SELECT SHIRTS ON THE SCORE OF STYLE (OMFORT ='-• J f Y0U I8IAIH WHIM A ^-' ** %  \ YOU CLEAN rOU <-4 I THTH—K0 HIP r V HOP lOOIHDECAYI RELIEVES PAIN HEADACHES 'NEURALGIA I COLDS CHILL* FEVERISHNESS NERVE AND RHEUMATIC PAINS "TaAST-VjTB" Ii the only pain%  iT-i'i-' 1!.'' valoabli tonlo Vll imln B Whan yon ti rBAST' %  I %  I%  In relief — a" and I headache. ffrateful ease hrom m or rheumatic pain.Next ITE "ii mrcelbci' : 1.1. more .. s.ii JllH"YEAaT-Vm"* as irood for vcrishneM, too. bi aa antl%  ilenta. than '. %  ',-(. : vv'i'. ntaina ilnabla n B, YEAST-Y "Pick-Me-Up" Tablets



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RI'NDAY. UT.I'ST M. 1951 SUNDAY ADVOCATE I'M.I -l.M N Al Tlir I IIII in.i Another Woman V. H. Over tlM Ll "lu'iv BBJSJVM • 'Us have been women's namei Mrtl tsTB had Rebecca, followed by Laura, then Jav>. MueVlrinr and L'llcn. Quite a family of j*trls with at least three embroiled In psychological problems ELLEN, now playing at the less. intcre5ting entertainment. Empire is. I would say. a bettw well directed *d well acted, than average? psychological thriller B*PI whose wi-11 tuncealed mystery „ ,Mt ; ****£ ast-AIkeeps the audlOSWej guessing light THE BIG STLAL now showin* d. The plot u plain mm •' ' " %  '*• according to his [full* iirve),.,-.,i |n mUUltf %  "". Robert M.tehunV* best tllin. ,<. till | I have not Been it. but from what I can gather it is an % %  The story COM9TO %  young mv ,, llv melodrama involving the aM el an Am.v payroll. Based In a motor MB* I ba. „ n a Morv |nB .„ ,„ h( fore their wedding. During the s-tu.day fcvenlng Post |y Rkhagd that follow %  H ho mni )s ,. |krn m U occur which result in hi* ,.,... „ and ho h bc-Binning to .loub hi%  .. yhy 1S M(d to ^ while his ricnds feu i S|11 .,, d ac iori falfe paranoric. 11 .s not until the arinfused identilies all help to youilj woman.who s u deep,.,, xht rnyatery. while a surwho fulls in .. ng Rivca an uneKpcrl0( | with him. thai he begins to realize ( dentf" reality, been deliberately Wi:. Bob.1 %  ar%> Mai planned by an enemy. Digital <;,,, %  William DglliHs and Pa trie 10 his east, the two ui them Knowles. while Ramon Novarro find the answer to. all his bad luck makes a re-appearance after and the solution is presented in several vears seel union %  B unexpected dramatic climax COIM'r'.K CANYON The leading roles are well At the Globe. COPPER CANplayed by Robert Young and Betas YON teams Kay Milland and Uiake. whose performance! WO H,dv LssnSffT in an ecis* and convincing M : Technicolor. I can't Dra*e Is not on.. . na1 r, n exactly in love wilh but her speaking void . u. Henry U.Nr.l ic ,i -t „iv be drawing cards for thai has a new type of char;* r „ r lh( ub | ir wn „ m | Kh t He buna* all his veteran otherwise by-pass a We-tern. The skill while Florence Bates, John p| o; concerns the activities oj a Sulton and Moms OemOVah? group of Confederate veterans u. round out the an Arizona smelting town in poetA large portion of the film was ClvlI War d ays. who arg.\.-n l ol i tori shrift bv the NorUwmen %  iU jagged rocks Unable to get their ore smelted. and pounding aeas and soim unthe Southerners enlist the aid of usual photographic effect" have a Captain who is travailing with been achieved, which together a side show as a trick gunman. with %  musical background L.keii The situation is taken In hand. from selections of music by nd arter several bloidy eneounTsehaikovskv. heighten the teu*io„ ten, the unscrupulous N and atmosphere of the film. While • %  Tin \ \\ ant To \Ieel The Princess *. JAMB.S COOPER V/ABftUN THB m et popular telephone .iriiU-i m Wiuttitnglofi now is Hobert— HO, bavauae only the i : la., letters are dialled— I MO. the number of the British Em%  *> %  The hoctaaaea. are %  etioarung. a* enly they can, for invitations to meet Princess Elisabeth and Prince Philip on their visit on October 24-20 Democratic" .i> eali A meal town, aouth -if the Iraenn feion Lino, and is more protocol-minded v RuritaiUen Bt M bji manj unwiittan ruler as th* t. naeantj end % %  IU> LMO it kept buy by callers, polite, but pointed. i lr right to meet the roya] couple, at least at the eoty that Ambassador Sir OUve r Franks is ,-*... h-obrr I mindful of bjk kg Couirege, when the Hutu -uJ u.. v*-i [W. DM tall, aloof ambaaaadMi :. .,u.,, for the whole, I h.ihd*yin>! with his t Nantucket Alan jfanUT&wn Wire Itohwin.. an inousted fn a final f.hownol ui> lo the standard of •Rebecca." ELLEN is. n.v.-i thiCROSSWORD H*" JfffVf o A J L 0 n LPJ _L %  r i -*l 1. round In the i Una oarrir._ t7i .. I, Portrav the spen aa birds. {> tl. Oet UM ptp for nothlnc hut IIIIRIT. (Ol to. rrror eo ellr mane. 11'. relied out unfed. HI It. Sacred reformauoD. (S| 14. Workalrap of Uie eiU*t. rm 17. Ant* chnnge. H) )V. Mum aiavtiury dlsit. (*l 21. Coloured Jrultv cbuHence. %  -JJ. Lonceat porlof. *4) „ Vi lo-flnltfly cnilled. ( &f • 24. Teken Irom Ir*n. (4) 25. All pert of the act. II, HU thbird tor ei.imple. ID 13. Prom the log 1 chopped, (bl lb. Containing eggs. ** 18. Burden apperentlr on Arpertca.%  -c garj'ii, i;: KS! & am&m CTSHSB Haw it, mi, ao. All. down. the speed of the plot Is only exceeded by the fast and ipgf tacular horsemanship displayed in the film, but its course Is mom helter-skelter than our four. %  ndp and I foui Lun difficulty in dUtlnffuithlnJl lietween Uie different factions Ra* Milland as the exi>ert marksman, does gome pietty fancy shooting—without a double. I am told—but the role K oil the beaten track for him and I doubt if hi> fans clamour to have him m further westerns. Hedy Ua narr i s of course — Just herself •— %  beautiful and glamorous, which is all that is required ( aid Carey is unpleasantly menacing as the villain of the piece and Moni Freeman nnd Harry C'an^. Jr., -upply %  secondary love inter oat. To my way of thinking, the re o* COPPER CANYON is the magnificent Arl%  ona scenery in wilch the picture abounds and to which Technicolor doge glorous justice. w %  e Ac. S P %  Co. thare'e 3 8" .. Wirv. |" and I" Win rFk Pots. Lacang W... rrora 12 to 20 gauge. 2 ft w a*rolls of Slew M. and, t ft. and 3 fi Vow Fences. There's also a u ly rtna mesh U"> m 2 ft ri U Cotton Canvas Sail Cloth for Flying Fish Boats is gv.i CS. Pitchers in B — 7 I %  weiithts and 22" wide. NEW — at C. B Rice < C Bolt on Lane — an UetveJ el Austin Reed SlnpeJ ghk detacliable quality and excellent value at ->-M And again, soine'.!. different and in on other, essential — Plaswith elastic button cords, extremely light and long lasting ;or $1.20. And the wonedrtI Cashmeres — ah I nw. like thistledown and in eaqui ours for and Men c ii. slcvg, ,i( eouree noted for then high qua of England Bull They're in! that now lhl|lil of Vanguards and Uayfl Chelsea Garage (1950) Ltd. Thei are a few of each available (but hurry') and at *2.B00. guard otTers an 18 h.p engine and pkanotniiuaJ roominess. A itelightlul car in which lower with it' engine |g the perfect run extremely lets oT •pace, wi.:. fully priced at (2.300. Bid y. u ..now -I ng -,, ,_,,, i tew n< %  now and bcal the jump Dellgl U iab •'. in the %  hede ol thi the Aqu %  cents it's white and red paintwork Ing trees. Umducted I Mi Daphne Ince. %  hwg In M* %  i Cold *a %  CuUlng. With 11 parking, a charming u i waiting roon %  %  %  i el ''.,11, whii h t. choose, ihc Aauettc Beauty Salon provides a complete and satisfying Mi >n i numbei %  %  %  %  heaeeg In the arui Vratrelli %  i< (wi ,i UMughlt •>: Rain) tne M.KIern prees Sfc-'Pl"' ara ngterlng t i -<• t.r wh.: d*yeu 'him. %  onlj t: HH. H Here s news' there's a ng ClearHKnlnj poon, watch foi l>res. Sboppe, listing, qunk dO'ini — specials suitable for prickea Manch.iv: LaC lUer bl 'i p.%  %  hlr in .i great many eatoure. rlei lanlgls In U i %  sea new cotoui i .. i •. Hue popular demand. AW to you I .1 Paintutrd bj K i( Home fc Co. Ltd I CWMiiious stockroom ol hlgtl %  Stomach crampt %  \ no need tor you to luffe' agonuinj ditcomfofl *fter meslt %  ilSMAG (Bn u riied Mignetn) will t-ring ..mutch relief b, neuirilumg the • %  c* Mid in your ttomitfi whKn in mou OsM I ^e MUM oi the j-uomtoft. Modern condmom which give rue IO ner.oni ttreti and %  trim often OUMIUKIMCII ducomfori whuh thould not be neglected BlSMAO quKWIi and efficient ly reiieiei nomich fuini. hembuin or Pfabalsace due to aaow tiemach Wid. Try it todif More lieaulil'iil? of aseeaal N* HMrMiieHih. m-. *•>.. !• %  *. Mtttl b.outy •• •• nail. e< CUtll. lu.li.| .1 i.. i ,a. % gV .. If I i ii. M ike gaui] IT....). ,II I Ii.ilr-. I fur Irur h \ %  r/ir Vt Left Out Of Tour •IMIIIV DOWAOBM > port, nh* % %  %  I %  %  %  % % %  tH-tii and Prince ridiip in i going to visit their town v -.' %  !. %  .. the royal visitors have not arranged to call on them. Those left behind in Washingi. i IrdKcd •. secrecy, under lattrneUoneJ agreement that includes the Canadian Y tnd the While lluiae Keep ll t(uiet A suggested gehewala n t>em pi I gga, but, until gee studies it ai -'tmetime i in Septemlx'i l >ltU ial.s are I ping tt as quart as m invasion plan. Ii U expected t.nt PTMldenl and Mis Truman, with daughti-r Mervain. ..ill noid B rHoner perty for lg— is if emell gold i re room—in Blatr here I ley are Uvtaif while the White HOUM*. auo** tl is beinK rerraveead That WOUld BlVi worry about a full White House reco ul lo n, when protoi "I u .I Btriet thel onli memben of the Cabinet and tTM Buurt use the front dOM leaser offlei.ds the south back door and others the Beet wing. t Nrty, i* Nothni; Only UEM %  UITB with th Prealoeot, On the lee nd nigm Hume Canadi likely to have an equally am dl dint-, i partj lots and i t is a geri thing. i ,i, -r %  i L I Doris Floesor. The urge to ibaka .hand uf British royalty oul Let* poui Buruoine into the . with misty blotch) paintwork and furniture ayi || Johnson Wax I'lodueti From can; a bottle: to beautify and protect, Johnson's Wax Produrts arc And i ven ; floors against ma | i provides both lotuiii life, i-. .. i cleenlni ..ml .,i. i ..i id (londuUon for Wei Tiuork sunshine and bruig Johnson's EViJish ugtn msidr to-day. It's for you (Uatrlbuted bj K J Remat-Smith and available through tt i Cotton Faetory. What's In a I a Canadian Betty Hartford or ldl.ne all sotts oi altrnc;i\ %  inatariasi .it Burti tun. d on %  "in linen In huge past>, block ohecki (ideal for -ul, occasional skirt). nd Kloi-i<-.i Oriental Craue in nuu > beouttl I colour] Many ot the Drei i baeterleli are as low %  a IKK|er yard JfOtmUti Flai 1 Tropical SUlUreSJI ftMLveay it the m g|k i %  Bered u i i %  i. MU a n 1 : x"ou know, ol coni %  that Surtl I gnch stoic Ins Oriental SIK-P al tTM tlf of Rootiuek Bri i I StreeU e • • Ih Limi'v 1 % % %  you knov %  v Do 1I %  • %  moai anginal %  •lection i %  %  %  and 1 in Betin, rapi i. tti.n lively prtci i o dellsjht• ..i eggaj plea oil Denum BMU Ciina. dooorative flowi ,, j o i. pel ind Eerxlni and Su-i i e Silvei I hai no u aoundenes i U'letel. new and lOD IWOlted shipment And I-r the Evening Hay and Far Ml they're uspBrerd K< %  ICodel Nev. BtykM ll. i i K .it till %  %  segortad, sunAla | bee< anii pl.iv i i.i 1 inn:. Idua] yel %  -ll %  foi II II. I' ;. 11 i i in Linen and Moyond Shorts of White Drill Th, LaWCkM I i I [liul one I Suit design, annlher B Craps drft sod lafleta, Linen! georgjottc ai lint ilk matoinil* .w all m. In this splendid vailet> YOU NEID! BISMAG • ISUHATEO' MkCNESIH MALT VINEGAR Its Pure Its Brewed from Malted Barley >EE 1HI YOU G(TROSSE & LACKWELL GENUINE MAlf VINEGAR Local Agcrti T. Crdd-i Grant ltd BnJreta* „ FOR CEILINGS We lecommend Doiiiuuano .Jin. Wall Board FOR PARTITIONS Flul HaVeslM Wood Sheets These itfalerialt are the cheapest and cannot be replaced at present prices. N. B. IIOWELL Dial 3306. LUMBER & HARDWARE Bay Street The sgooy mmA ssadd— l ag iwh of 1 ukere end ecxema ere ended Bl the | i, r.i touch of D.D-D. yreecripUon Tfaia deep penetrsung liquid b*lef kills UM poiaonoua geeme below die skin em. uulcklI deare up ereo the BBOM •aeUs)%  it eoree. GET A BOTTLE TODAY. Obuunebls sreeai all Chasa lm Ou^ssTM^l 4MB B el I IJ I I ^eaaaWwasBAWJ ^^^^ DB.D.Prescription I These Fine Foods Help Reduce The Cost f Living!! | f ^S^fKjejf i -Your hair appears caressable %3tCW""i\ ...kissahle... ,'^.'.'.'.^0-*%'.-..'. "Moir'a" Honeycomb Sponge "Apie" Peanut Butter "Koo" Canned Peare "Koo" Canned Peaches "Tower" Jelly Crystals "Koo" Cape Gooseberry Jam Brooke*' Lemos Cut Drained Peel — in or. 1... k.n-i ind bT thp Tb Tower Flavouring Essences OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! •CLAPP'S" FAMOUS U.S.A. BABY FOODS AVAILABLE I I Pears. Peaches. Prunes. Apple Sauce — for Rabin and Junior. "Clapp's" BeadyCooked Oalmeal "Clapp's" Ready Cooked Cereal — Suprrlor lor ChlldrtH t i.v MESSRS. ALLEYNE, ARTHUR & CO., LTD High Strer, STANSFEI.D, SCOTT & CO., LTD., Broad Street OtO C WARD t CO., St. Lawrence H. P HARRIS 4CO., Lower Brood Slreel Wl PALMOLIVE BRILLANTlNE! Br iii.ul.lv sure your hair |g r>nft...rar>! > 4sablr...aHv to III.HU:'.bv u*ing Halmolivr llriUantiar tbc U'll ItLL Lbt ISayi A an Oil for Maa*liing bair, mausgrscalp bn-klv vnh l'elmliva ibe peass ol ih' Had, Hub bawds fngrthrr: Htr.oolb avaf bail. And comb Torn. Bfilice the daaiinr liiirHigbts . the beautiful grooming of roiir bair? J falMOii 'I *,i as u 5 PALMOLIVE BRILLANTlNE ll-. ^-.,,,1 ii gt w h eaii -1 iti 1 KI A-t TtiNU: IM ,,„,, i, ,.,.„ i.,., .„,,,,, bodinl -inttrfll Sjsejfj .,„, MakhB |rir ( Bll j fre*eei iW sah a W l e BB Bl i.<.|i...,. I.|, ai „. <"••* .A e aaole imdmyl I BKKFAST lTO.\ir\Vl\E I SlTrl'-VST *asir fi<, in f tffumU te give ym, %  JkntiHafay 'toUik Ufi :.." VetUieri,' guy **J it nuiiu: fftit fvm> Icveiiev arftev da*k'. DECISION & VIBRATION A .lr ni ., (.1.1' maiden/pwHS Over-lure... tew Sf IBBIII tes bSa EBIMI IneeWl id Maiib-iifi.rm -tl*ntUH'*l>u' ll>M-'e-U|-.ll'.lf->iili ii in linn I'H %  Utteringsepari sndui Hi ri up itilebing I" 1 wonderful Hippotl Lnei DV< r Ovei lure's mi ^ bade)' In > levorite 1 DIDIB gnd I%  1 %  1 • %  • CewiM MeioWorra Bru ifertM 'He 111.nl, milt 111 ilia I iidid Mul.el \m. 11. j. 'iliriii a • Wmdtn Hun l"i >\> 1 v type "I figure, Learn flow To ...attend the uorlil-famous MAX FACTOR HOLLYWOOD ART SCHOOL of MAKEUP Sea <••/ Men. Af/SS "in/1 IMllst III iHTt. We* Fmtlar IBIJUBB. Wlfte-I P 1'H'I Itlrmtt F'um ikr Mm, Rggger Makmlm AaaflbSB WaH j a m sl Mies Huwie. "Iw nu ireined undri id* 1*11 iui*r*.w(.ri of HaUvieod's lasoe sulieep Bis a sl r s Mai Fertw. Jr.. will r..eH-|.| tliew femi.!in.Mi. T. \nt ihrfi,.... 1 A11 Bebagl 01 MsBa""l ••* .1 Ik. I*iu,i



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M Aim HUM (, 1951 si N0A1 i|i\ui M I MARSALTESE III I'Xl.l MM Riding %  i.i 1037 %  %  home M brought his son %  N lenror College Lt Comma Mr*lle-* c i %  ,i a chef. >t.el and i* 100 fi a beam of %  %  %  %  T i.' Mimllrw 260 hp. iuch gives her Bd much al • I look litMjr-.ll.-sr ir I Apt il l. md < I Pi m i Thi %  %  %  .. ..no Ua Palma.before conr.ng | uo* The Atlanlic 1 took 14 days, %  • %  Miioalooaa III i • T'-e saloon U %  %  *:;iil bar In one corner, comfortable chjir* ami '• %  > but crTcc:.w. On the w.ilU hang DOT. iritis (> Cralg-Hl n h ol the %  ... : • I nd tho bod (or l bo bunk) Iook> VOO cocol I n c i d en t a lly, nt ie;isi %  %  %  : U M4r*iltre: |1 happened : to n dumb blonde inn" I hail ot ;little yacht sent up from Tunimoti day thi % %  %  i together and ihc blonde pointed to tinMarulles* iirnl -.md %  tun tuu got .. njca :.' %  %  ba *Mj -imif %  hip", unfortunato|>. is only fifteen feet !->.. %  RV IAN GALE l*u-lurvn b\ u PhulnKni/ihrr Maillin; I'rfdidions In lour HuronRgl Your Real Life ToM Iree | . ... • t..i rtoat tn* >k< %  il ,.-. % %  %  i i no 11 ItrltM Wm %  ; . b ... %  i • %  . .• %  i %  %  IU— i DM i-> XI IndU. Port*,. Lucky Disco**ir> ro.' Hard if %  % %  )irli| T1IF. SALOON .in attractive little room with cocktail bar m the fai JACK TELLER'S cabin looks very com.orta.ble ft 1 I JL.ank \Jmw A fh " !" h ^H HK i ? %  i^ of Ule MARSALTKHK Kill ILHIHI Vuln: Homage To Sherlock Holmes B.B.C. Visit T Baku Street %  don knou ""> of tot contribution! '<> the K< Itval of Britain 11 an txhlbtUon itagad i.> Borough Oounoll round the mythical oharacter of Sherlock Kofmoa. Ibltton II b.'ing hold at 221b Baker Street, now a large block of OfBcoa, which WU Holmes' ftddr Ini; week the BBCl Otltam Broadcasting Department will %  rooms of the famous onaultlni dotocnv* and Ufa god So < itriipli'lelv factual is tho exhibition—with Bolmoa' kf hat. Watson's topper, the violin in the com : %  'if 'inv: appeared to think that Sherlock H not a fictional character but a real person and have aaked if tie would undortoko %  peclal The guide on tht BBCl vfartt next Thui be Wynford VBUfban Thomas. ... ... Thursday, tOtn | Trinidad's Samuel Sclvon Trinld i immeg %  ruAQliti that are I your attention to a Trinidad n taking par in .i Hl;i Tins time, It I not a fttaC of the '••I'—Samuel Selvon who USOd to DC Ik •tail of the Trinidad Gu irtUgn Now living m l/.ndon Mi Selvmi I %  for publication We 0 th I'ookOn Sunday next. 20th mst r reading a Bkcfch of his entitle.i "Kive Rivera", memorl< Trinidad village luTUng tOgtUtOr in an impressionist manner This broadcast will be the second half %  kiy BBC Weal Indian pmgrumme. 'Caribbean Vimlv" Wie Ilrst iMirt being an amusing akaicfa by OaorgO Collymore eritithsl 'Shall I Grow a Beard" Broadcast of this half-hour prognunno begins at the regular time of 7.15 p.m Story Of The Ked Cross "The story of the Red Cross is thi lor) Of trrmeiulous advatlture, an epic of gal and endurance, peiformed by thousands of men and women over scores of years in war and POO CO, iii ptuuo and flood and disaster." Thus Alan BttrgOM %  innup the work of the Bntirti Red Cross ami the asaoclatod Bed I .T % %  rubjcol of his feature programmi, %  '.' %  % % %  %  %  %  •dotal by the BB\; on Sunday next. Alan Burgess traces Uila wnNtt from a raUof camp i>>? i Jordan to a German spa ivhOrt the BrlB* Bed Cros* is looking aJtti Gorman amputee*. This fool gramme, lasting for a full hour, will be.on tho air ii Sunday, 26th nlfl| • "i 00 p.m. Music From l^mdon ed In tho BBt programmes during Ulfl I •he usual Ti ning excerpt from the I'mmcnmir CoDCOrta. At 9.00 p.m on U.,.i day rou can boar '.he BUC Symphony Orchoatra conducted b> Sir Malcolm Sargent pli-'i^,: nieces of Mendelssohn and Brahfoa with the B ilno Ukir^ part Adviwalv PTrinidad Scouts In Barbados )<>{tr Book The Advocate Year Hook, which wai published laM week, will undoubtedly bocomc ixxik for polltldana, journalist ,.m and all those who take an Intelligent interest in the affaita of thi It u morally craxnmad with useful inform..!!-.n. mid i so classified thai the reader con And whal he wants without wasting time. OW Of the InttrattlnM feature; It contains is a short nl toi Barbados written by Neville Conuell. Curator of the Museum and tru' author of Anne. Tnj will be of groat Intorogl I tors and Barbadians alike, few of whom know much about the Island's past. It is wortl the book for this alone Another Ifnporl thai dealing with the IndU D I A Barbados. It will coma ' miinber %  Bow lab in Boi badus already, and figures provided show that while 25.245 people arc employed in agriculture. I8J0I aro Omployod under the general head of manufactm. and Of* It II of Mild, t .,1 %  < %  tl ' :; DCCUphH I Iftfl i one woman. Other Net %  %  fagf HooL deal with na b tubjocti B I •'.•tlniUonal and Adn G wommont Aiiministiaiion and Public Borvices, Trad mot, T aji i*m. Communii il ClUba, organisations. Social Seri •• Art in I at the i hook thci. ,\' Who", tho f'rst to be published in B i i Fortui *;. %  i \ \ • i n! t % %  oup 9 %  I \ I .: ScOUtROVOl Si I %  %  %  i Li ..i. r Cyril R .. rollowlnfl arc tho Somts and Rovers:— Patrol Law* I.. | l Patrol si l Senior B I.I I.es'.d> Second I non Mu Boo Sen Seoul NUN SI )| it: Ki n Constantly Tendorfoot N %  %  in QJ %  if u s-i i ban Noptune. Rimiiler's B0< I out Ralph Boi lt;i 1 . arrive in | %  %  %  %  Ing here on 1 tatnbow M %  mod % %  %  ... %  ..t | %  i I it Scouta ai %  plan to I %  il %  %  hUt !'ir (inn H %  %  %  |ng I tru H oorgt i fl r n. A largt in i \i\ %  >• JU Caar itixik Uahod if %  to th .i tgfl Although v/ork w.i parBtiori of the Ve*r H>mk. • it. and they are sure thai B|ps and care that muirt be exercised Ailing of a prescription eall for speciaM*ed trjining As th' %  < %  fully equipped not ord; with the Men but the MEDICINES | %  ii < assured ban ?Vu send us your DoctorV ; ba KM<;iITS DRUG STORES ,;:',',: :'.;;;;'.', I losing for STOCK-TAKING Will our customers kindly note that on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st August we wiii be closed for Stock taking CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10— i BioaH Street m ...i lh*n (rcublri In 1* ho jui^kly rvalotr l,>,.r *>,<) A.alih TW %  rl'ntir %  4lte$eton the pleasant way to quick relief; from UPSET STOMACH! MiUlooaof paoptefwofai Mi. i Saltaoi to odut roniodkN ba tuai iinloaaaoi taau makoi 'i i U) to (,d.isp.itkllilgi Itt rn s aamoi lootfa afacJonci Alka Srii/.r i auaJu alba IIM ii kfidu itis 10 Doutraluc BMOM potrfa aeMirj /'/'< an Bflolgaah h>i MMiilntm hud IIIUA ixi \> .' HI inn thai chopgj daMOaa>l Alka Sakaaf looo %  glaai M "."" \\.o,h ii tuu me. a re finning, wlnison than drink ii Keep a o.jiph ol uuuk Alki Motor hand) afwaya Alka Seltzer helps millions daily Alka -Seltzer' Hi I inOl t IOI utivo ( omiuiltee %  %  Hi I .,1 tO ,'ivr thO I '' I %  EDGE WATER HOTEL IIATIISIIKRA llr.lii.rj Ratal l-l MM I" INI O.l • li.r vl'tti Ol MH "k or *TM lrlr|il, • •I-U19 I i'OH THAI DRINK & ENJOY TRINIDAD WANCt-y'CRAKWfi COOLING A REFRESHING e. TIN Gelling Up Nigh: Makes Men Old arn frhm-h illhatsr.dull %  Twin*, groin aaj l*g palm, ii.r-.m.ti. .. IM lOM of m.nlv vl,-,,r ... • INSIST ON %  1 PUHUVA CHOWS %  THEY ARE THE BEST 1 %  ., H. JASON JONES & CO LTD. Agents H a a v/;n siiii'\ii:xi § %  ... 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P W.I I II.Ill I Mi U \ll\IM Ml %  I Ml V\. VI l I i i i -.! BARBADOS ABV^gJE rru hi ikt UMk IN. a*..* •* %  SUtuw sniiii.i>. hmgmt 2H. 1951 ll III l< si .11% 14 l tO>l>IISSIO\ THK rMablishment of a Public SITVI. M I. n promised I Bill has been introduced Into provWon for the %  %  t (ri nil h a Commission Such a bodv BAD do UMnl work tof ihe island. I sans are notoriously uuirhy on the subject of %  foretgners" being employed in ..( this Island. The • has bean that improvements in the ximi'tmu's been opposi %  %  i 'hiit if such im. menti wars roads loo many foralgBuld be brought in. It iv : ever, deer that there are a number HI office! in the Public Seme which mini continue i be (Iliad by In %  avera) years to come i ,i penonatl in no Held is this more true than in the ol education. But to keep the offlo I who are obtained provision must be made (or leave nssasijis. When this question was broached sometime ago it was de(erred because ol a variety of reasons. Borne felt that the Island could not support a acherni as ambitious as the one proe I and it is true that Ihe scheme sun ted wai too wide for the resources ol Island Perhaps 11 was political conthai preve n ted the Govarnmeni from offering %  compromise In the shape ol granting, leave i nry to officers from i It may wall be that with an impartial local Coromieeion tunctioning, members of the Legislature will Inmore prepared to make BUCh provisions for the purpose of obtaining and keeping the services of per%  i ;. i! lands. The Public SerBill L9SI provides that the Governoi and Secretary of State shall not be bound to act on the advice of the Commission but it can safely be assumed thai those officers will weigh carefully the atftvtct ol the Commission and will only act contrary to its advice for grave and weighty raasons The Commission will consist of a Chairman %  no nil more \hi*n threeother persons to be appointed by Ihe Governor, and .it least one shall be at the date of his first appointment a public officer or a person who has been a public officer at any time within %  period of five years immediately preceding his appointment. Clause 9 of the Bill lists the matters ; IBs UoviTiio: may refer to the Com.n lot their advice. These include %  ppointments which it is within the Govrnors power to make to any office in the public service; the dismissal or other disciplinary control of public officers; the entry into ,1> whether on first Intment ot on promotion of u public offlcnr si an meremental scale Mghar than the minimum salary, scale attaching to the office; the award of study leave to officers to enable them to obtain training outside the island and any matter affecting the public service which may be prescribed by regulations made under this Act or which the Governor may refer to the Commission. The Bill provides for heavy penalities for ns giying false information to the Commission, tor the publication and disclosureol Information gained In pursuance of their duties as members of the Commission to unauthorised persons and for attempts to influence the Commission. The person* appointed to the Commission will have greet responsibility thrust upon them. Efficient public service depends largely on a contented Public Service. Reasonable remuneration and conditions of work together with promotion which rewards industry and merit are the main fac' 4 1 which induce contentment. As the years pass and the Commission becomes an i jpral and respected part of the machinery of the Public Service the suspicion that at pre* ' ex I thai certain jobs ore reMTVetffoi peri >nna) from the United Kingdom will disappear and the relations beiween all branches of the Service may well become more harmonious than they hav.been u M.\H ll\.N IN a recent letter in this newspaper the Barbados Sugar Producers' Association, replying to Mr. Sahay, I inner for %  I of India in Trinidad, point out that the West Indian ajloeat jute b:.. i %  Mr Sahay has stated that the Indian i thai B quota of .'1.000 fOl the period of June to December 1951 would meet the requiren of the West Indies, However the A| .supple throu] nial Office she ol th. Wi %  % %  Therefor.the tOtUM %  %  India only amounts to 40'. ol the quantity of jute required by the West Indfc more, the Barbados SuKar Produi Association point out that so far BurbaI dos has been unable to obt I anything like its share of the 40%. The Stn>ar rYaduears also '-tress the point that even after allocations ii.iv. I made by India then' en frequently long delays in getting shipments sent forward, i si iu o from time to time the Indian Government requisition large %  uantities ol jute goods to be sent to nth* r COUAtra Unless the Government of India is prepared to Increase the allocation to >' Weal Indies Immediately, these colonies will be iti i I i the next crop must be purchased within the next three months it there is to be any hope of their arriving in time. This difficulty In getting supplies of iger be Ii ns f the ressm H hlch is fort lug the Weal Indies la adopt bulk handling of sugar, but the main reason is that shipping sugar in bai;s is far too expensive. From the experimental bulk shipments of sugar from the West Indies made by Tate and Lyle two years ago, that Company has calculated that £500,000 could be saved by dispensing with the two hundreds bags in which sugar has always been -•hipped to Britain. Not only the coal of the bags themselves would be saved, but labour expenses at Ihe docks would be lower. Also, since a 100,000 ton ship can be loaded with sugar in bulk in five hours instead of the three weeks which it takes in Barbados to load a similar ship with bags, the turn round of ships would be very much quicker It has been pointed out that Barbados can load sugar in bulk and so keep up with the rest of the sugar producing countries without building a deep water harbour. All that would be needed would be a plant similar to that used in Trimaad for handling bauxite In bulk. Such a plant consists of a narrow pier, an electrically rii Iven conveyor belt on the pier and stone Inns for holding the sugar on the shore. It would bo relatively cheap, somewhere in the vicinity of five million West Indian dollars, and could be erected in six months. It would also bring the cost ol loading sugar down from 22 shillings per ton to 24 cents. But until Barbadians realize that they cannot remain permanently in the nineteenth century and survive, this colony will go on loading sugar in bags. The difficulty being experienced now by the Sugar Producers in obtaining jute bag., from India is only a warning. It would be much woi I if a war were to break out between India and Pakistan. Perhaps Barbadian sugar will be dumped mt the sea one das he cause of the short-sighted policy of the Government in power. THE Rt. Hon. ELECTION OYSTER Ml ,S*~ NOW OPEN I MODERNISED AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS • A ii \ V-V/'A'.',*; MlltAP The miracle wrap with a hundred uses in Kitchen and Hume HYGIENIC. GREASEPROOF. MOISTU REP ROOF. FIREPROOF. ODOURLESS 5 Fur protection and preservation of cooked and uncooked foods. \ For better, quicker and more economical cooking. For conservatloT of space In Mgldatr* Mid larder. Moulds to any shape and requires nu lying nor f aa I—i n a. Reduces washin-"l%  *< eeaaaHng to tpe mil BUY A ROLL TO-DAY. London Exurcu Service Sitting On The Fence A NY .I., within Ihe neat 6 % % %  Uts are to %  itara "f i.' Js shoM • %  peodltur* over .i yeai tv mart compUS new cost-of-llvIIIK Index if they call at -he Sen Neat, i. •! %  • jii IN.ilrm• -Os V ..ettes and lobac. a, U i re will < %  hundn n.'111i.i i.-I the heading "Enflbtainmen!," whl.-h will Mm $W mm hoapltallt} dUpenaed in low tav.'. I'd rouiKi '.'ncorner before lunch .%  i i Anal In the lounge befsteamed hake %  fain in thtclnIns-room As yout Uni lNal i .i .uck.r foods and medlclm hltflj bt i Uaves u< httie bo etlets Uuldi the paeksi M make the -i clnaU readlni in the BngUah liinjpiag.. there will also inhundreds D( I "Chen %  iar. There will l# IsUora* bill* tvpnlchiiiK Ins .inciiiit tweed Jn< ket. Moth-; ReUlh, and his fan ous grey flannel trousen, Bephants Legs, laundry bills which are now as high as food bilU, lh< hlggost newspaper account Ii Bast Kent, and money spent > %  itnmps writing it len.-t three lileetk, to the IneaiaVdSl nspi-ctor. An Item iik. %  coat-or-llvln| exnerti under the baaduig %  'Lottia tha Cat arid Knend.'. Lottal is one of tho test-known hosteasca in the count only gives lavish lunoh and din%  old Kngiish custom Ol I Ins guests to braakrai As %  raault, ash Ii %  omcttmai bought two or threi and axtra milk has bxen ordered. The itraiueaal Ltara of all arill be "1 Ixrttie. A pw ket < %  ( tr.%  pep pi del was bought BflSf ik" went to her first party -ext doo II prawn and %  %  %  .it midnlghl "'h the nu llappv llolid.iy arc given >B> NATBA! DTX Gt'BBINS i "• ; .II other maahi out an ure not allowe iK'have lheniselve>. A | few exceptions, the re incapable of haling They are also incapable of holing foreigners. Hut in Britain some animalore more popular than others. |ust as some foreigners are more popular than others. For instance, there are sonn ammuls we itroke and some we eat and some, as I have alread: pointed out, wc both stroke *uni Well. kH'i ti'ii'A'ii'i. the I I'm Mowed : %  f % %  • %  •norv BO t i petchara, then. Plichura, pu nurs, pitchurs. Fh-st you think i'm a polar bear, then vou think m a millionaire. TJie p4er*a >iip Bn*eepi And i: 0 more in Me eown d i VI on Ml pier enough tlmea to buy it. take il orne an Tin British attitude tows i. affairs (apart from ( olTicial attitude) depends uoa) tiicti breed of foreigners on Wnai aboui /i.-ila'I? Foil pT.puiar with ua at the moment, olieous Hked r r •ceaSfl raiUcay y l(U m ight ay we have the "d same attitude towards our chlp5, bun i n ML md winklefavourite animal, ihe dos. BODM wYall, irho'bout iraUin' u breeds -ire popular for a while or/ in n„ "in.? He oot onl> lo tw dincj,,,)^ for an oihe %  i loaftea. breed We can walk about in the rain in Camberwel! Why should I Aa an example, when thi paj money to <' it ere'' japa n SSS were on our side in thi Kaiser's war, they were "nh* Oh, well, i x not long now dear little Japs." before toe > OO back to the When they were on Hitler': room i'"f eel i bii of sleep. • % %  sun blisters all 'tight'.' And I/OH * •fchln* your fcnul* %  %  %  cratch no more you. y"et trod Oh. shiu up Sfiui up ynurtelf. %  Ids in the last war. the "little yellow basket: y were A little while ago you were a popular breed over here Blnci than I hen you have gone out o. fashion. But we don't dislike you any more than we could cUalUOl unhappy performing den have exchanged one circus maatet — „ tnr Hnothcr. For The Russians At Ihe moment. foreigner!. H KHE is another chance for have an advantage over dogs so I'ravda to publish their Uncle far as we are concerned. Wherea> British way dogs are allowed only two bite? ..I Ufe. This tuna explaining af us before they are shot, fi>rOUr altitude towards foreigners eigners are allowed any number %  nd fonMiin ..:' i All the same, don't Imagine thi will go on indefinitely. The Brttiah attitude toward! Fond as we are of both tliaton foraignera is the same us IhS %  bowl lhat when we decide tha British attitude towards animals, either dogs or foreigners have .: gone mad we destroy them Both but ii.feiiiii creaturei to be —L.E.S. .MMI lit K MR. JOHN CODDARD. West Indies cricket captain leave Barbados UMnOROW on the lirst leg of his trip to Australia. He Hes to Trinidad where he will join other members of Ihe learn, which is off to try toiulusums with tho Australians, the SCkiiuwlt'dced champions of the game to-day. It is twenty-one years ago since a West Indies team visited Australia, where. II ihey did not emerge winners of the rubber were by no means disgraced. Since thai data flie batting technique of the West In dies bus greatly improved and even though they no longer can lieUl a lirsl olaSS ballet j of fast bowlers, they are possessed ol a team immeasurably stronger than that of 1930, In John Goddard they have ,i captain who has proved his mettle both on and ofl the field in the West Indies, in India snd England. Goddard and his men are a .. vailed upon to face their greatest trial of strength for Australia has ruled the runs' of the cricket world, practically since the lirst world war. The West Indies howevar, will throw down the gauntlet 1 with one of the best teams they have ever put into the Held under a capable and tried leader und there is every reason for their backers to be optimistic. Mr. Goddurd leaves these shores tomorrow with the best wishes, not only of Barbados, but all Waal fodtani for a successful tour ol Australia. The fortunes of the game, will be followed with interest In every cricketing centre of the an throughout the West Indie* with bated breath. Agsin good luck, and good fortune. I* a roil k A. i >. il< l| Toward*. Tin 'House Full* Sign i ANNXg n> tVCl.VN IRONS COMI'LET is the word on ihe out on the shore these summer Riviera from this week on. II Slights, me.in M'l.l. Muiiiblei h.-rl-Existenti.ilist' fn>m I'.iris fi-el a\ have notices bsaiins this dlao irnom hers oi of their haunt*. afU1| news on thall doon H that '"'' Club du VltUX Colomhier hiii the) win not bs harassed by trsi f BpoUcanta lor i bealml ited with .iirealistic icem Q< rmaln des • !i: a one moves i %  sPn w ii. i Harold LLOYD i<• %  > racoeniaed at Graaac Bt Paul and their suite of 32 foi pUiar Inland beauti ipats from the VIMI MiBtster, the bi'niiiirul hotel at Cannei .\ it. re he ban been Prime** F.i-v., H UV/lni "iih hi %  I %  i ir-old daughtei Qloria | Minna husband Ismail Chei nej OUASTI) Bey. whom aha married aft' -i < from the Shah ol Petals. Farouk apent his lirst eve Cannes st Pshn Baact) n turning lo his hotel s< next Nerrnnan s'.>< hotel. i at i too, itesl I'll so 11 Back lo uainlint; "1 hardly ever wear my hornruraned fuaaea, he ssys, exuiaining the lack ol recognition. IJoyd is an artlt*, speclaUscs in if, admires PICASSO. 11 Cannea without viMting the vill.me of Vall.mrn to then Tu-,i.i\ hit Araeru in ish ear.s crawled nose t tall throusb tha lowa Batblruj %  % %  .rimimecl that he ntendg to return to painting aftsi Bsl i isnsser ot tha I ben Isrouk I the best aoai ,rrnn pottei. the French havt, word t.i iheee d %  MACLEAN .' % %  liriUIKSS %  %  IMB 04 Jescribe'< Bed on ihe heiirh At nearby Juan-les-l the %  iiii niahl clubs not a room to be had eitl'.ei Bohemian %  Is rrInfiltration unarican Influence oa the Riv. ^et iera ex|. | :hc crao on the beach. And yen con I n,\t Monte Carlo's dtsnl ablv. too. They 'borrow ihe torian gaming rooms, the croupier %  I am a an." said he. "I went t. to learn the languaee A distracted Frenchman imE loreil the shouting players t< eep quiet "as people at othe tables are trying to concentrate Monsieur.' An American In a. alack and white harlequin bear-* shirt replied thai he was not going to be shushed for snyoni Somehow, bloodslu-d was SVOlded Pavement artist A ii..m hairdresser at Cum. has chairs and driers installed 01 the pavement so that clients mis, none of the fresh air and sun shine. Passers-by take no nolle. as ihe intimate details of fenunin ioiiet are exposed to then vtanOne woman I saw there had h.. han tied up in tufts for a pern winktwo manicurists were bu-s i>erformanee because of rain in all its four year* 1 existi "Ah. but." sighed the languit woman clerk at the bank, 'w have our hardships, too. Umk a of butter — 7s. Cd. a FOOTNOTE: Poster on Juan'•tilu'du station *fvs COMt TO U.FRACOMBK, OS UIOVS DEVON COAST COPYRIGHT Nrstavii) WILKINSON at HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : 4472 & 1687 — BECKWITH STORK u OFFICE FURNITURE j by SWkll SIIHIMI\ I.TII. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. H&nt&' JiooktisujUi —in Brown Willow Calf Oxfords. Black Box Calf Oxfords JOHN WHITE— Two Tone Oxfords Brown Willow Cali Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Casuals Black Box Calf Oxfords LLAIJMV^ Brown -nd Beige Casuals Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Black Box Calf Oxfords If it's SUNNY serve with Ice. If it's RAINY Sip it Straight H GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM The Best any hour of the day.



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I'M.I TIN SUNDAY ADVO\TE FUMDA1 MUST 26. I.il Our lli-mlrr". Sin* : H ;niisl Rain Foil In Si. Liu'% IWK ch.mh B.B.C. Radio (.elehratrs Silver r i k'i i„ Programme Jubilee Irt-dav SL'NIIAV. AL'CilWT M. IM n#>T /w BAVJM TH1 KEAVIHT HAINFAU. Sli rd to the for Friday wax recorded ka I Polo Team Hill SI % %  HKl The Chureh itf the Nazarene ,.! rain fell. Next bent celebratetoda% their twenty-fifth i AftwxialwMi should |,„ un t—one inch and 37 part*— i this island tu Uken at Huletown. celebration takes place at llu-ir \,% tm gag a a At Crab Hill. St. Lucy, the SubvV>. irtei. %  MMll| at the central %  ixirted th.it high church on Halla Road, wind* were i ri.eed during Rev and Mri. J. I. Hill cr the afternoon but i reports of << IWbadoa aa Miaslonaru-a on „ fu.>iha "Every Firtora telli a Storyt" /V^atAiV.a vl ^too ^ ^ar^^wr %  affw^r^a %  ^/ player* and lhailH be Paul Footer H u a keen tindevelopment and .if the same. 13 a ft..n*ar ~lton. will S^J^S; !" lv* ££? M !" A.muM M. 1M. .nd" onS.ui X tiwr heir mistake and re..... %  •vinhliahavl the ( huicli of Hit'"'*"* *Half Iteu. i p WwK 1 IS pan Uai Ah..y IKII mistake and i i EnTTHUSlAaTT 951. /1inia. Traffic iti pm -li. I* • *aaW' Id '".!' %  • established the Church of the that son^c doth.. which.he had jhUJ* *as locate^on^^H... •••n 'h >d rr ,., IlUv ^ w^trd. were blown awa> by the hig* Ther( JJg ^ „ Bap n, mal serwindaMM nnd. rpceptlon of member* tMher figures for other districts lhls morning, after which thr J"*" •* "" %  *• up to • a.m. yesterdav were, superintendent. Dr. A. O. Hend^','' T ,nV to i; Dlatiict "A 72 rick* will bring a meaeaae !" I UN MM -• ll*|> N-. i, rw.kbcao V-c %  riwittii> oi u ii<. Sr.UHl %  IS DM Ir.lrliud* ra ,<.-, >• %  tw of your leading parts, District 'II' $'> parts, lbs• rbSvpremc Quest* :IKI %  ('". II i ir1 D Irtd "D", |n the afternoon thciv .ill %  snt. in ubout traj D %  ' I parts; rpeclal numbers by *e Ctintri ilghts t.. relieve the traffic police Dbiu.t F :i parts and Four from IIX churchea inlcrsperaed Hoads. St. John, 69 parti. with lotttft ol greetings [rgm These lights acoirding to Uw lleilepUine. St. Andre.' mil and Iraderhii an autofly ptrtl i rain in jit %  r*la> iwltcta which ehM %  %  U of the light*, pcrhap* _. -,_%  %  t m Inutc or minute and %  half KFJIYI WI\ ALU 1 II -i< ill .ilile; 10 ii'f light Of "> %  THERI *.s keen tivjlrv In the l .., thtnfor* lucaeMiui Sir, T ..i ie Tannli TounuunMH whim that the •• ...., J pinved between the Holetown ajotcially at the corner uf Princa Boyg ci ub an< ,,,, ,„... d wiHiiun Henry Street and Broad rjoys' Club ,ut this relay method into ..^ StaHon# l,on to the* work Ice oy Hycraging the HBM ^^ „,„,„ ww L Foriie n time .is the lights II H arouid r> IM Ij train the general public but also %  %  tin "ri the Prince .'. street traffic which %  • IS p n a m Iun4oa CuTum UONDAV. AtJOUfeT tt IS61 IK %  ID Pfcirimnif Paiad* 11 at lfw" Ch„r 11 46 am inuuwaalth t'wininanuit IS % %  aaaa N.w> II II B i" M.W. AfwItM. .*..-. %  it J*al land The l.i-t thing on the pro gramme will be a Rally" or lh> Silver Jubilee Offering. Tha pro-| Mad* Mil bi laid For improve i enlargement of some of the churohes on the Island. The Superintendent yeaierdaj expressed tkOW grateful 4 14 B m Th Btradlvari n.iin* S 00 p m Hiadlr**a v. South All S 06 p m InUrlud* S IS p m I-.I TalWi S 0 u n Umic fro KallMI • in W ia nn Cook. II.. TT li.OFTEN SURPK1SIM. how quickly backache. Mill, aching mustlca or loinia. hawtiagi'. rheumatic pauu and utaoM urinary trouhkt due U. impUrlUM in the blood can be Mcrconc. Strung, acOva ki4ney4 wicK ird your health by Mrawung puniic* and harmful waaic* OUl of the ->sl,i;i full kidney action it inadttiuau JIIJ ImlIO riltcrtbc blood properly. Ask your D^rnr fee In* VIC • IS arc the frtducnt rcauki. Doan'i Uackache Kidney PilU bring happy rebel by helping to deaaac the kiJ anJ u auiaulaiing their action. You can rely upon ihu well known diuieuc and urii^ry amiM-piu,. Many thousand', uf grateful ntco and Mvmen Ka^/e u.ulicd ui the good health uwv have regained by taking Duan'a Pdk If 2(9 %  i lh Thlfd Pfuacutmtr U b "" ludi • li P in Ptuaiammt Paia*t a m To-day'i Bpoit IM ra-nu %  > usaM i ai nal ; '(• • %  p a* Tna I ... the people of Barbadoa forf fauai i ^ Friday at District their co-operation and contrlbu-, 1^*1,^,,^* iw. 1 %  • p n. Ma*. rilnl ul Ih* Pit ma OwoaUl Brvakliui Maw.*l IIS p a. • N p m i II Ignorad, IKIt SPENCRH l'" lost to K. Simmona .,, % %  t a -21. 10-81. 20-22. K DOWOCI |*ll|<' llOU4IIIl£ ASfM li.lefrated C. Bynoe c Develops Ilapidly rrMtlae %  *•*•• PtriMt %  a IM Jf I U p it. era" • %  >* krtili'nlt Ol Moletown2I—18. 14—2!. 21— 21 — 19 and 21 —1ft. inctMH defeated O. J \ S -de residents of the Pine — 19, 20—22. IS—21. Housing Scheme become more i,:^ •w* 1 %  OOTON WBUL llaaMr WHt'W I i; :.,• T.MV Wkl'K 21—23 "RODNEY" CALLS TO-MORROW THI %M AUa I'agaaus .: %  til %  : Carbslg Bgy on tnday Witn I Bugai*fo. I-art Alfrad, via Si > meant. Hti tii' Alcaa 1'arUiri. %  :. %  . BTgJO l.ei. Anothci %  Puritan, :. In v with l.iilB bag: : 1,1 •<:/t!SS\" HF.RH Oh HOUDA) Frederick W. Christophe M retired Inspector St. KltU. arrived recently. Me is RV. Wint.-i ;il F.-i Mr ChrLslopher. known in I-ecward Island circles as "Crissy", was the flrat *-ard Islands cricketer : | muie settled, the boys of th %  i e been building cricket pilches. Since the long vacation quit* a number of nuu-hn have betfi played there The area allows ol p*ce m Schools In this gmt as it wi previoual^ in the island merely grassland and msUkti U staying with arranged between Pine Houwng I'llgnm Hohnesa Ch. rcli and itabelle. Scheme laanu and teams from wgrdtr at Olandairy Pi;-'n. ar. who is neighbouring diatriclK like St. nV ed In the island a few *gn ncket Binnabas and the Ivy. hiic tlu. ra-tadanU are He told the Agva.aU yesf LOCAL PREACHER ORDAINED IN U.S. AFTER a nin*!" ionth visit to the Untied State., Mr. Alfred Knight, local prvafi.er of thi Me that while in the State he took %  core a cenlury In the l-ceward wJien l-'icy" will gT tlieir (hope out a courae in theology and that to still looking forward to the tut t iri hei CAlUrO BRINGS QUICK RELIEF FROM iaj, 19,040 bags of uiime.,1. i7lan"da~Cricket>ourna"merit." It is and bus service", fhertj""are "theie be was ordained a miniiter of the i Hour and o'hei at^ted that he was also a deter, two things which are chiefly lackEvangelic.d Minuter"' Fellowship aav ill cargo. rhtftM Maria C'. ftfl I of geneial cargo ln%  heal flour. H i ng yealciday. Schooner w.l. I an.e i % %  ouafrl 3.500 loose cocoa. .• irood, lu-b-b trull gpd 500 cartons o( preserves from Also sailing fro-n !he island wore Schoonei Nlifeal Wallarr ind %  iS folke Itcrna4c'Af Th Wallacr ll goi'ig to General Meeting %  B'rn:idoe t one ..f the items j discussiou will be the The SS L-*4| Rodney nnvc technical edtnation and tiling the Ham: lame nlgid for Bermuda, Boston. T** llontreal vie the i .... mind slow bowler. nig and'about which the peoplo Ji„ Mr. Knight is a truetee of I He will be spending a few think. They are looking forward (jus Fcllowahlp. Brew in Barbados before leaving lo M,. n( x t meeting of the HousHe ^^ lh ^ t ^ ureeched al | for the USA. where ha plans, to ,,ig Board when they hope the ( iurihcil „f ^veral denoimnalions Hoard wiU have the plan, fly llludinB m e pajrun rleilBeea, r r ist i an Mission and the aw N.i/arene. His uavels bad taken f the big main MlT| to BatXoni phiUdelphia and I'onnectieut among other places and State.-, end he visited several ..'hen they hopa the Board will have the plans ready tor the type of shops they wish to be built. „ "Since l.i'i m pipe lines ha been linuhed far as the Pine is concerned." Chamber of resident said JNfOTdey. "** ..T^na includlnji the famous Sn B^J, a „ -tsa s-aSss fa -r, 0 r r xzr: aot down for starting. . ( OJUHMI life in the ubjeel of • Th e laying of the main ha, "" d ". l < u| !" *"",: %  ocational w-en going on for many months ,~1 Pipe lli.es were put down through discussion wiU be initiated the Bell. Mayer's Technical Education Will £e Discussed WHEN the Chamber Quarterly should ha the hold their He had also Ueei. givei. .lemotisireUon of the e4>eietiui. Land the Ivy i>f the EUelrte Ch*r ueed for in|.> M. S P H Withn'all'of"ihe3 and uie Pine and Is nw being HicUr* ceeitel nsjinahmera Central ro-ndary. put down tn the Vtlli STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION It yiui .. km SIOMA. II PAINS. FLATULENCE, 111 MlTBl RN, NAUSEA ... U 11)11 V due u. loaianiiug, \ BKANll STOSIA1 II POV* 1'1-R i hjl.ru.iJ formula aiv<. you rc^ly M : [ % % %  •• %  lABLETIotm. MACLEAN BRAND Stomach Powder Ro* S01E AGENTS .\CH'K FLASH! : "imm.rtrnl TmilbpaMr (cniprlilioii HKSI pun tio.oo ettOND PBaXB 15.00 s ilai.it PKIEI > Mt In _;. % .„.s or Ies.s just iu.isli this aanttoce;— i Amrmdent 1.1:11 .. •:. %  I a flaileuoj AMMIilBNT K. H. I Vm %  .1 v nurii%  i M . :.., %  aeeti : li % an AJfMIDBNI En: i aa a/U] their :. : IH? the excel;. i AAIMIDENT Toothpostc. The three wmn.ng enii .. the names of winner.. will be put ad BQ tb. newspapers Competition ends December. !(ISI. NEW style—ADUED heavier to carry than a ci e arette NMi l.:iit inieril In the Makers uKuinst defect in tuuiiuiacture. 1'CNI and Demonstration made without obligation Dial 428H (or Appointment. >l \.\M\4. A CO L. M B. M\lnA CO., LTD., PO HOK m. Bridgetown It's so easy to ship almost anything; by air. — nd IueKpcnsive too. For advice on your freight problem* call BWIA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS B.IV.I..4.. BRIDGETOWN IIOTKI. HASTINGS — I'upular Hiallh Krsorl K..,u.ili,.l anil I'm!,., c.il wiih BNOWCEM S N O W C E M CEMEXT YVAll l.i'iUMH (OVUM. INSTRUCTIONS ON THE USE OF SXOWCEM PeaVABATlON OF SIKI ACKON WHICH TO APPLY SNOWTKM Care must be taken to see that all surfaces are free from dirt. du<;t. lichen, a goe. etc Loose material and dirt must be removed by brusUng\ and where necessary, by washing Grease, oil oil pa nls. varnishes, oil bound distempers and oil-free distempers, time wash, or sirrlar. whatever thickness, mint be thoroughly removed. Roughcast or pebbledash must he brushed thoroughly and hosed down to remove dirt and dust. All obsnrbent surfaces and all tyrftpaa m hot cltmatat ahould !>.• siiturated with clean water and tho moisiure allowed partially to dry off the surface before applying the first coal of SNOWCEM. SNOW'CF.M must li. mixed willi ualer in TWO STAGatt — first to %  paste — ihen to a liquid of normal consistency. APPLICATION In hot climates al! backings must be soaked with water immediately before application. SNOWCEM being made from cement, requires the addition of water for setting and hardening; do net apply SNOWCEM whilst water can be teen standing on the surface. A water mist sprayed on at the end of a day's work is also advisable in hot. dry climates. Once water has been added to SNOWCEM. setting begins to lake place. Care must therefore be taken to ensure that the quantity of material mixod Is used within ONE HOUR. Material allowed to stand ready mixed longer than ONE HOUR must be thrown away. Mixing instructions are in drum and these must be followed. Two coat work is usually necessary; a third coat may be inquired where the background is of a dark colour. Three rk is also recommended for asbestos cement sheets or similar surfaces. When applied by brush the first coat should be well scrubbed into the surface. Where conditions permit it is alwavs advisable that the sun should have left the surface before the SNOWCEM is applied. Obtainable in:WHITE, CREAM. PINK. SILVER-GREY. GREEN. BLUE. YELLOW. 8. TERRACOTTA. On Sale at all Lumber and Hardware Stores. i



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-I \l>\\ \1 (.1 31 M, IMI -1 Ml.U \ll\oi 411 P\f.l KLEVI } CHMiCII SI JUICES I i I.IS (Uf %  %  Choral Eurtianrt and Addif nun i p School 7pm k"\ niM'ittf •*• I" 1*1 a m Mr %  %  m Nnll Sunday 1" i P %  ind Se-rTt.t. Bf'lliri I DAI KMTH %  Bl 1 VMM nlSTHHT 'NCR It a I Mr E IV vLL • a m %  m Rev SAY t W I 1... %  *. 7 p v M> I 7pm Mt J A 0 RANK HALL I > %  " ll-IOII -i .11 Ml H Ol OOP rllVllt HOAI) 11 a I fttka p ". • ..mmora. v k* rraacl,• Km SwrtDraco" A L* .* P.-art*. %  UAOI tl a m %  mMc r J Ch.ndta-I TURKEY SIGNS TREATY ON REFUGEES l l L'nited Nation* OH I • ir-wn up by UM 25-na lion conhrmn henbet month Turing is ih* uth Government to tltvi %  Iiiikmh tieUnaU-. rlSTicri "' > ceremony at the HI?. Mo signed With the r. v en lion would only „,iply to nfiigwei coming from Europe as far as hi* Government i* concern-vl -IT. LIXOR CLEAR (.LOSS VARNISH u D nmn — A QAU oil. CANS -l ; i 5 l. ., I AN il ..: i mi : M .N M II M t %  I *"• I U|l. It.. ... ,. ... S*md*> %  HI. HibkO -I LNM-IMtea TflMI n .... -icI T n M BMTl but m I Mill VlM, Preacher Mi %  Hill BCK II i %  Ran i t Ml SHIH' HIIJ. ; \l. DUN* %  r r Km %  i* r %  j*ki RADIO TELEPHONIC HUBtlCANi: WARNINGS IN THK ( AKIBHKAN AUKA I'tep.ir. (I h\ Iho iun ltn.ad.aal lim" I nrt Wd Tltnr. \... ti-q.f' lluirMBnr W-aili.. Hunlmi nt


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I'M.I nVEI.VE SUNDAY ADVOCATE SI \l>\\ \1 Gl ST 26. 1951 I'lUllIM >l\lllll BASPO PLAYS AT TALENT SHOW n n I! • %  %  %  I %  toad. .mi arer* Huh* I %  1 mu". Carl Bt I Star" and Nevtl • PI i {> e M %  1 at and II w< %  Gill, Campbell Greenlda) %  '. v,. I, .. make ho aaantod Britiah Ihe lasr < TaMa Tennis ('hampiiimeupa held .11 Trinidad Gill n 1 Bl lh( dmc Moore ncvei met hi in. Wht n B MI: • w Magistrate %  torn .'< %  %  i; """" * .... r 1 Bl -!• can and a truck delivering : mi UM Victoria Brtd u '," l ' ft c 5 irehed into Probyn Street Thej wan tTanje Season Begins 1 march In p i ol the treatment meted out 'BICBURY BAY" CALLS £i It South Africa, and aapeciall) to Milton King, WEDNESDAY peara. tt> two iruiu % %  'm.i. eaman, who it la aliened, waa kiN.il *>•. IIMS "BIQBUIYV BAV %  %  have ben Policet Btwean March 3 and t. returning to Barbedr*from }"•] : -k -r„ m i h , Jamaica on ihe 2uth ol eewai and besldei ad will paara ;.ie lx-anx pUfeul %  .,-„.„.. 1,0,., local t,„ SHUT. . W : I Barbadian aa!"' %  "•'">• aeaion ha onl ••OtaaaaVU" I Inel.r R.n.ir. i',r:"'."i" iTmeum.''' Km M.."• %  r or AuguaLjasi Glendnle Under Repair. £'"•HJH2Jr tamdnda murJ ••' (.,,!, .. ru h v P.,„. e*^2!a^£exiW^haIS era % %  5-3* ,,-u ,.i,,' mm Ttn.i. M 0 dlBWrtl and *U h:.ve no dill t..li'. i n't wi •"-" "* %  '" ty in getting lh*i llw the Parochi.il Mi-dimi ortu -IT ho The (ut pork *m\ caiMw aaaaoi i taking hi* leave while the r*begini lata nest month nnd then i>,.irj> gu in Repali lo Ihe quantity of ms* tw< tht ehl< t n p| %  inii in St Andrew jjona wbt r* lh*] %  rown. %  •i %  kad 1 \v %  prat* Dtait. i"' Hod-* 1 %  i j : 'ia.-i rUngdorn Governid. IXnlon of South A(rlC4 %  %  %  % %  %  il.: .^-|.,. U. brlJlg ,7,'tne et lo juslice and f ilUhle rofruwuaUort R ,1 hit Bpoechrs while oU vUm-wiM! oeeuplad, wani UMU %  ray. i in the s-... i sited wot Mi K v II lit. %  i Bpeecni %  I AdamK, h E Cox roiiowi um 11 hymn "Btamal FaUioi Btrui to BmW UM daugl -.I.IH ba %  aan nil addow i cklldran. ol Util Baaplutlon be fa to n a i <.( nori ratjuaat that he tht %  pprapriala uulhoriij iu iho Unltad Kingdom i %  lime the in i left the I'jiiiin He.ntt|i. it. Milt. HI King*i a>idOW ind hi i thro* children, two bo) l tu \n— %  '" m Sulh Afncj %  Milton 'khlnc (jurnini *at SmarKing of Eczema Slopped In .0 Hinules 1* K.%  Two raaolul foltowa: — of We-: .nt. loyal %  11 kl, I 1 ' ; %  %  %  | %  I %  l*> '"• "' %  COIOUP %  Customs Authorities Hold Schooners In Custody ||M iHivmrrv r>( I i. !" -, to u#r .it'tij m Hi* -k nn.'i . %  luMciwa pea i f" i-i PORT-OP-SPAIN, Au^ 2X i morning I n i. %  i %  broughi Into the Port* r-Spuln harb m %  i. %  .. | whua i. i %  P In Maranight l 1 night the request i i of tho vt \ %  %  %  nd ru uiiglitrate i unl m ol Soul i court, Hot anU ra rt-*a Clirnr loti %  i d-n'l I" k ai.il iaijar M| A New DUtovary Nlaaa>( af BCI U Blateal (fi %  diiwini %  NimVm lanUlna I lit >l::l troulihi In : It nriii' .i .Dfua WMW HHH III i .. dl-ardfi it'liini. bairnliu ai>tl im.rtlin 1 %  ftsftr, iilea: I -r. .' uaj • %  \ I .v-l ii ftajn i _ i J (o lit nlltuWa. and otir ..in to yo.ir (oi ifKUaa, tin Ntiadrn* (rofli loda* Lo.. in ihr mirror .. and <>il ill 6t amf'il al III* litnriiV.rri-' 1 rrnn jtui .-|i on UalDf N.aaalenH lor o awli and al tl.' .1 Bf ll.at ha>r rnudr your ••in io(l. *lar. aim 1 HAM r\ lo Ihe ttht.lc World. y. ^ •they're built for the Job/ FLY BO AC 1 IIRITISII (IVIKMMS \intts I OKIM.r MIOS PHOSFERINE for more confidence If lack of oOaaaUanea *.vnrrie* j-ou and you feel tired ana through overwork remember how veryuiefui rill's. IRINH has been tu others in a similar ttate. DUB8BAX priminR is nmnllil to lln H m*w wall*: it* pplicati.iu ensure* thut tin\\ I I bl Dttltaa] teals oil the deatructiyc alkali.unl nim-iiir.* ghravs pfcaent in new surface*., and at the taim V'.u provide* a unlferm, non pnrnu* baae for the paint coat* to bllow. It ihiw prevcnta peeling and diacolotin.' lion, pciniti ipeed] painting and that ilie paint COM nive* the 11 %m 11 1 yi / B |" URGER PAINTS AT ALL HARDWARE STORES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. Ill I VIISIII l SKIS Tlmis exactly what: N 0 X / 1 M A one who suffers from ajtln hlfinishet. ri.ui;liiiess. drymm. NOX/KMA is the Medirnli-d Skin (ream in ll.e .idle Itlue Jar... MeM* 411 Wn Bmu 1. Momin: — Apply NOXZKMA all OVM vmir face. With a Wvt face cloth "Cream wash with Noxlemn" iust as you would with soap. Note how really clean your face looks and feels. After dry amo oih on a protective film of greaaeli 2. Kvenini;.: — Again "Cream wash with m Noxzcma". Wash away ihe day's Accumulation at dirt and grime : Now moFRaip* dainty, ureaseless Noxzema into your face. Pat u little extra over any blemishes to help heal them. Ilo thi% for One >>oak. Aiaul .. 99 NOXZEMA The Mi ilii;il.tl Skin Criain In tinLittle Blue Jar Obtainable at:BOOKER'S (Bdos) DRU(. STORES LTD. N .11,1 i A I. i; I! Win. KM.\liI, S (Bdw) Ltd. I i M af, %  r. ImutusH* nt/ thi* ntttst till HI tit*l i If 4'I ill It I' ll\IU.\l\S in i/i'iirs. r l owered C r ele n ne t itle, per yd. Itil.heil Repp $ 1.55 .. 1111. Towala II x at M enrli l.ate Table ( lull.. M \ 7" S2.25 „ Centres 46 .. Tray Clolli-s 42 ,. .. Oval 33 Linen Ohm Ctothj $1.08 „ I III! BflEN lt.\ 11. Brieb S1.K5 pr. pr. Sottlh Se.i Spi.rl ShirtN 14 £ BUI each While Itncut.loih tinier Slum. H no |ir. pr. Cottea & .\>lon Ankle Backa *1.02 > n EC s A 1.1: s \ i. i: DOES V01II PALING NEED KEPAIIiliNG? But you can't just get down to it with these expensive Galvanised Sheets knocking around, eh? Well, we can help you with BLACK CORRUGATED SHEETS at 14* per sq. fool THE (ENIRAI. EMPORIUM Comer of Broad and Tudor Street*



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SUNDAY, \lil-i M, 1S31 -I \l>\\ \|i\i>< ITI I'M.I TIIIRTKF.N HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON O O CMICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY MSB v. \ AL1 I HANOLSt .%  BLONDIE ? ^-,v THE LONE RANGER %  I cor TO et ,*< fP%I JJ BY FRANK STRIKER THEGAMBOLS • . : 4a/t*.. AT TMI PPtCKfc MOMENT, TWC 0CTOPU4... w^u&m RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND 1 • *rf —• m II 'i i. t.. .,>• (^ua&\ %  '• Sari IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Pkgs. CHIVERS T. Tins TABLE BUTTER (lib.) 92 M JELLIES (2 pkgs.) 46 I Tins COOKING BUTTER (5lb.i 390 :7.l Pkgs. JACK STRAWS 61 •"• I Tins KLIM P. MILK (lib.) 135 1*2 Pkgs. QUAKER OATS 54 I D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ,sio&yFOR ALL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS %  %  %  ; : tC, STO*VA*NE K -* f T**e SBOMT yO\j -A-* THE PHANTOM BY l.EE FALK ft RAY MOORES NO /GPDOP1MAT716ERGIBL 1 5PJCE. WHAT A BABE'ANDWHM A y/siEay.'iuiMKSHE WAS BEAUV RAISED BV1MM1 WHENSHE CAN ACKSS THE 6C*P. I HEABDHEDVELLSOVi%  BE Ti6EC>TAlK. — m NOW READY!! [ ADVOCATE. YEAR BOOK AND WHO'S WHO SLUOu copy—ADVOCATE STATIONERY



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FOI RTBIA -i\im Ai'WK.vn -i MIW vi i.isr M, ia CLASSIFIED ADS. TIUPHONI 1M %  Ualweei 3U ..Id IN MIMOK1AM in* Browne iloi.lbwurne Sr.>"> •ath of Dm i— Alhr, I on SALE FUH IIIM Minimum eh*-e-* *>-k It cenu eg run Sunday,* M t^otb — on %  cord* 3 cent* a ii-ord %  ****< %  4 C*" wufd on aUnda-1,1. 1'iinii Miiins Ten rent* per d mil |1 K %  gag) .1:, M SniaWvi %  eg*. -.:,., HOUSES %  Hoi 3 iirtn.nu. -II iiwd<*n cop 'l-Klou* yard, fruit tree* September Apply Mis 1 Maiar-hester lands End Al'TOMOTIYt aid* W %  Jl U I'l IU1....M II VI Hi Or.e-Bedmon. Flat .< AWlHOw "1''*l a*J r I. 400 mile. I'm -a n iii I.Ml IMIII.I SUfr I I..!. Balds". -i"l Mil Aumt sorrow. Now o 'iiii-n Ci.-.-nidge .llu.baivd.. Mr. **. %  rent. ORela. I". Dim Aiefi %  m *d %  ten. %  ..i A* DIM go by w* n you more Your krvLig —..I. oui %  -•>'-> ••• No one can Ail > %  "" v-eant Place Evor to be ttmm*" !" I' 1 her I"' 11 -viaband A Km to Bhepparfl. Lcnnt* .sont ill OM Dodge Caf I ... .ng condition > Ageiiiie*. LM CAB Drop-head convertible Ford V-f ii goad eandlfion Hydrauiic-lly operated — -1 Ring R NlrlmlkMIMI-wn 23 11 I f.it OUFTU.V TERRACE T.. en W." ..ninl Furnished House. Upper Bay SI (lppo.ur Y.. hi and Aquatic flu*, modern eonvanWiUM. Af*U on pren real if F1.AT on Bk*e Water* Tarraca. new bUllI Wllh lUMUii CUpboarda Pl.o IS T 31 If Hkl-H III "AIM Ml. II Ml. NOTICE %  It Matthews Chapel Hoo*" Oibb*. 111 be T*elv*d b Ihr 'indrrsignod up I I Ut 11 ..rlaik noon on Frvda) A.i|uM 111' M tat repairs to Ihr 11 Matthew* %  Mi • Hwrl i'm which can be seen on appUcaUa-. %  The Churchwarden do** no! bifid himself to accept the l*we*t or IKT tor-le...,i Ih* person or Firm whoa* lander mat bar accepted will be injtiliaal %  being member, of the Si Mtrh Vestry rt***-| lhaii wiiiii.gneaa to ctpl Miretvatup for lit* MlMMIRI I %  '• %  '" %  • %  tl*n C"h.iri-hw*r 12 %  it v NOTICE r \KI-M III v I WIIRI M %  , .,nnK I i •Wfl. nl*hed ft BOYCE, J ,.">. SIlMt. paintod and uphulatriad. i I IM1 Fort Praia*! In p(atl londltlon I Dump Pan lor I*v> duly truck laa my t|rpa golnf ihrap .**ona MM Mi.rhall A> Edwards IS %  II—n %  I* MHirolWI M mmon WIIL .I a dcpanrd Ihl. n(r on thBU> n. f -i it*" Loat In iHjrii of iwrna what* h tM Last larawall .1111 Unlcr" daar. And lhat uddcal Kia. al parting Bilro l- mmd Iha la I line <' %  Ertt lo ha %  an*mbar^i rwrtopomta %  Wil*'. Murtal ""J 1 .*;** %  Chlldrrn. SHMELBCTSICAL gWi BjjjBfl N OTHt LISTS Qf BLlCtOaU AS ftnd wbm vtv LIM* oi Da tan are published in %  .ion ii oi the Bpeeia Rdd^tntlen ol V-M .(..mt.. Atax-nibl^> Act. 1051, ; %  of these elecUiral LW ..vaihibl,(>i His JI (he followni| prices:— WhOM Hand 30.00 Ml ii-ht-liuiinK I -Ira%  'RallJc• %  Cal hMl Trth-k 11.1'irrlaa Ju.l lacaivad nuaranlard for II month, Phonr ut lot praa EMctilc kWlaa Sarviaa L*d Twradtlda Road Phoi.r 4311 II I.II—In I'. Oil 4 00 2 40 i Bridgetown %  Christ Church . Remaining conslitu clea Individual districts. Appllcftlion* snould be made li tht Colonial Secretary** Ofrtct ((M'CTMT (.RDViKHH ,\SS(M IATION I.TI1. NOTICE REriUGEflATOH Ona Nrw Mod. I ItrfriCPtatoi A-l tolidlWa Phecia IIU lor appoinlmant In a-WITOins H i H IM .., <>r ttraal OHINERPalm aMCK. %  i-..u.4r ii lafa M %  KM ool aiwl airy with ail rot. Apply: .. %  %  <• Ca Dial MSI JS • 11—3' rUBNITUHE REAL ESTATE BUNGALOW — A eomparatn.lv ne v r.,odatn bungalow Ntuatod al tha Carrl•on and away from tha main road. baiin.-iiL. wllh (unnirig wair, i n fcri Qai InatalKd. For further particular! contact W Wall' at T (.adde* (irant Ltd J-hon* 1HI or Home •01ft. I 7 :,i T 1 H NOTICE pAauH or M. JAUKH ApuliraOoiii for tha |— T %  Alrnahouaa will i i ii . i. laTnad up lo Saturday I • Ih aVpU-mber 1M1 Applnnnla mull bo fully qualified a* i rural and mldwif> The Salary IM .mdldalr to aaaum. I i.e. un Ihe h September P II TAKII.TON. Clark lo Iha Boaid or P.-i Law (i-nliam St. Jaine' l-OrlTADElK (11. K-h r g-ru. Ii tin I. r,. .II ilnifi rVtadl weigh! (.'. lll'NOALOW Sawl built Bungalow llrlghl.in nogd. 111.. Km! *'. rd '"" %  • %  %  coiiUii.iiif l badrooma Many other drawing B nn dining room-, verandah. %  — bath, kllchan and aarvanU room, e. .elf .onlalnrd of modarn da.lgn 1311 or 3231 M g |Jn Con lac Ltd Dial 3113 3* I 11 %  LIVESTOCK MARE Thoroug 1 riooam out %  FOR HALE proved purchatar 1 Building 13 33B 8. 1M fa.1, altuatad MECHANICAL >lN(i MACMINES-'Jui Mnaail ,.! Add.. Addm k modal .ippl, T Gaddoa fMl M. rraAl l-l-l :.' i n in Applications are invited (or ttv |ot at AssistJint St'cietary in th< Coconut Growers' Association Llo Port ol Spain. Timid-d. CftMll date* .should preferably lie be tvveen L'H to 40 vc.i i>( :u.t i. must have •arpMaMCe in offlci %  daaataVwAraUOO. A p'.ntn.< know led lie *t cot-arcounUn| 1 e-sential. S< nie technical (actor; iwould be an advan laaje \timigti not c*niil A[>plii>itions giving full ji;iriii'ii lars as under-noted should !•* MM under (uiiildentiiU cOVtr t' the Secietaiy-Maimiiei. COCODV Growers' Association. Ltd.. P, O Box 229. Port of Spain, Trinidad M <>r before 31st August. 1951. Particulars required: (1) a. Date of birth. b. Where born. (2) Harried or single. (3l Where educated. (4) Post or posts held durin past 10 years, and full de tails of duties performed (5) Certificate* ud/Of degree held. (6) Certified copies of twi recommendation* from pre* fiii (.iiid pii'viou.*, 1( any employers. (7) Names ami addresses i tv-o H'IIIIT tni n-tviilur as to character, etc (8t Amount al annual expected (9) A recent pi graph. jvotc: No wftarvitwi will bi r'anted except by nppolntmon nfter all application, have been considered. 2IS.S1—4n photo TENDERS Ml 1'MV iiti-ii ENGINE Tcntins are invited i M lh purchase of one (11 New Modi ME-fti Six Cylmdei h" x 8> a Murph> Diesel Engine mnunle> on engine iength welded tw sklda, length I0S7/S", radlatoi cooled and equipped witl nel(>"ed Twin Disc power tale off .lot.h two 12 v .it %  tartin with rabies, radlatoi f-i and lubricating oil cooler (0 tropical aJMratJor Rating 18 ,i F termittent 150 H.P. con tlnuotu al ISOO i;i'M %  < Be I. vtl :ui (10 V ambient; also lot of kpare i Ten.i.'i i sho ild %  ubmltvcd Ii i-aled env.'li.pi-s addressed i-> th (Uy Engineer marked — %  TENUEKS FOR ML'llPHY DIESEL ENGINE' i.>id fhould reach the i cor POrl-of-Spaln not %  Sattli lay 15th SeptemUi. 1951 —2ii B TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH nd two arcund hand Hrrinngton Tip-' illai* l". appu T Oidde* Cranl Ltd l,..ne -.M2 22 S II -Ii MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUEa Ol avary da.. IB! lot, Han, China, old Jewel., flna Sllvai Valer-rolouia. Early book.. Mar" oitogiapha air. at Oornngai AnlMju< •hop. adlnlning Royal Varht Club J B bt, t f n volr Prhta IS i •aivlea. * wa' alto good roarj Boyc*. NO ricr. mlad ray iha V—Uy ol Si PVIar IM above loan will bt reral rd bv thr jtuHralg \iirii.t 31.1 ItSI Q S COIUliS. NOTICE r\itiH oi *i aath im a f CORBIN. %  I Ti-eaauiri Hill 4n MOD ERN HIGH SC HOOL iRagldarag and approved *v Iha Orpartaaant el Kdaratfaaw BgfM ISSI \MI HELP IIS fM I aa ShiiUy Ha.iniatai. Antoinvlla lairialnr I %  %  11.. . IH.li Herat cII i i-i.l.ridge SVia...Braking %  ""'•... KaRh MHhaal %  %  %  Bennett BanntU. Vltuia Vernaa, Baal. Aleiaiidrla T • 1 Blahop. Prank Ml ii BI*.lon...' Blunt. L.I%  Biadaha*. Earl Da Coat%  rathwjltr. Mum Hi. Donald l ,.-. i %  tkrM I:..A. i;. Ill i lr Havre. Barbara Anita Balttl Eurakma Id id lalUnlma Furalana lanlna .. lie. ftsaia. Vataas Vaa. • Hft aaaaaSa r. s. kk 134 Bkeete. B %  I Ermlnth. MBKOITII rhurh Byiioa. Lilith Pamela Camph. Carmit haal. Ben Cutwall. (laraldlnv Adri. Clundl.-i I Coke Carl B Clark*, Ehtrelte Bruca CUrk*. Pal Clarka. Daanna Damw ClarhS. Oknda Elmeta Clark* Joan laBlria CUrka. Tran m i %  ... Glllooi. Sylvan Olwm Goodnuin. Jnyra Rlrita i: W. l. w, Ei neat me Smith, r.lt.in St Ct-.ii Smith. Iran Agatha BRIIUV Imor Ovarear Weldrr K ".i.iln of lain* work neiul... i-i > si ii TYPiBT. Waatad tag oaVa or wall i'..UIi-hcd Manufarturara' Agrnt*. T p.t with aomo aperi net App 1 "• P ABC. Advocate M • 51—2n MISCELLANEOUS 11 3n X Good quality Bo .,. *>.tl.rrhe...l I'd n I llA.D P/MAAM: One hagvv Hollar, .i.ltabk. for u*a In CoUi "•,,.,. |iaj sis Hand • %  -y M3n WAN1II) TO BIT pii II—Si ear Sea Wftirnl Laa StaaS] uul Looklfig (or good bargain C •rtUl p.i tirulaii SS I Wanted to buy. accumuM aaad pexaas Maa t of Waat Indtar, %  i tuglia.l pmr. paid *h or man h-.iid.a Writ* or e..d rai gieuo.Kl Stamps Wi Ciaih .. i s A a* a si i REAL ESTATE JOHN Si. BLADON r ca. A r.a.. r.v A. I OSI 1 Ol so LOST MANGLES: "TVo %  T i.l.d ilv ..iiglp. ii.i lUfl.irr W.nltMM*. OM. ..ird nfTrtrd Dial I1M SHIPPING NOTICES I SIM \l IO\AI Not K.I,.' i. Braakfait H.-n-i. Kllchan and > A good i. (liatlal Cultagra. Ulu-irJ be ownaGap ana M-kl. ClSM ilh conton, RMOt Kit. i.e.. and i. A good in-.. o W M ErMiii. Roebvick Slraajt 2I.B M .In I Pt"|*rly 'i atKUni 1 Hun* tri I Hmiu0 H %  • > a*Md ii. M Iau.il |J I I HanM.il Auui, to Kbunv R A*.| | Mi-hill Sle In Twe.'di.ii on 1W1 aq. \l.\,\Mllt S( IIOIH. SprisiiUtoun. lUrbadaa. I! St.I Ale.iii.dia Schoo vrri Ii Vll.iNin IMMIMRRSS. Tha Raw llaadmlUeaa wll be raquind l take UD Oil .II %  .Mo-iidm School Is > %  %  i; IB* %  chool. ISM and U Hi n %  1.l..;itr m IM ,.M,wiled IA.IHIA K.n M a g gaga] as ^. a% a r aii g | Hi MIJI i\ Aa New urlre Fltt. Knight. Ltd ii a ii T r N Prur Raaaon ibl 23 I Sl-2n ll.nl. i | lid poM*M a Decree ol a But. I T aai a gfl Diplorrui at CartUkaia, tn titquiteil to devoir lial wl. iha -.IMR.1 aii.I pio.iu.lr gAll uf lakal gen -> II.I.X -1 -rlgliluf up to I Id Broad Stiaet O V. HuUhli KoflllTI t ,.. Mlualed -X Eagle II Hugh A DaCoaU Villa'SI Mallhlai Tho. i.r ASf4j ba A %  ll-.I.H ISS.ftl—Sn nl ol i-iii ally hir | lie ua* of Uu %  aeagai aal i COTTON PRINTS. Mor Mem tlr.i.ni.nlablr but* Drasasa, BIIIIIIHI in' Im everything from iirpalanl. %..BlraM DIU'MH Fur hundinl npt. drui K H Bui .. I.-' Dtal : %  ". %  • • II *n rULLCR BHt'silF.S N.w .hipiiienl. all Bruihra li.iludlitg l.adlri ii.tliiita Oent'. BrUllaroniba. Tooth IIHIH'I DanUI Plata Bruahaa. Cotiiplax Iti.ihw Bath Bruahaa. Comb leaiiri. Manicure Bruahra. Powde. iiuthei. Ploor Scrub*, nine Bow niTKOAUlW -At Worihing* with pprollmalaly 4.000 gq It hai open verandah drawing and oirlng room*. 3 bvdrooma. aanltory %  rrangaoraatUa, kilchanatle and garage I'nce very alliartive AI. (. %  M i btaswail R...id %  I S* %  II I tit Mil HOI sr Another C aiW of the ^.t d.MinU wllh a of Und al irrarut imdei .uHO.ilu.u I.lr.n poiillon id quickly bv appl lug to D'arcy A 'mi. Magaiine Una Dt.il 3M1 24 I 11-Jn oth*i LTD Middle LAMP BtTRNKBg No 2 lamp Burner. I quaint t>1 Jh The underal-ied will art up for ...la at nelr Office. No: II. High Htrret. Bridgen. on WadiveMaV. the aSth u.o ra) LugtakL ISSI. ..t 3 o,i JOO S'lara* Baibudo. Shlpp.i.g A Tiadlng Co Limllad IM Shaiaa Barbgdo. Pouiidr> Ltd 3<* Shaie. Barbadoi Co-opeiatlvc Cotton Factory Ud t-OTTIJe. CATTORD Co 23 S II -So Headml.tre.. The a Civil Servant, bul I under Ih* Taaehar** PCIMMIII Act .-oniribullon* ai* payable, but th. mn.. mum qualifying period la tan V*ai*. Ser vice at Alexandra School la counted aa I uallfying under the Enaluli Tagayhgii upirannuallon Act Paaaag* axpaioato Barbadoi, not rv c-rnllna 1:100. will be paid agaliul i[ipi..|iii;it..ucher> A 1.1 leave Igianlad every live .<*ra rr, reojueal. but up 1o tha prraen* no pa •age monev |g available to) Applicanta .houid foiward a tal*menr ,'ivmg the following parliciilai I Data and place of birth. 1 School* and Vnlvtralty attended 3 Degree giving %  utunu and %  '." obtalna.1 4 Poil-araduale atud: including Teacher v Dlplmna rn I til any 1 1 Teaching eiperiance with dalra and potillona held B War Service 111 BBS). 1 ParltcipaUon in out-of-cla** activi %  Admkni.liatlvr aipenrnea Of an> 10 Medical i'e-llrlcale of !' 11 Copkra ol truer tecent leitunoiual. 13 Tha namca and addreaarg ol tw Graanldgr Sybil (i.trrith. Clarvnc* I CiflRUi. G a. 11. Sfttfred I AnilHarding. C.eorga Pailu Harding, .v. V-ron. 1 Hii.a Candace I, ., Winaton Aibort Hindi. Arthur Oltitcr k l.udaay Vearwood Hind*. LoleU Coilel 1 1 %  I % % %  %  Cl* Ion IV H. IU :' % %  \ %  %  Inniiu,. K.ilh 1 Arthur ...a Anita JackMii. lean : I n KuilBCe Ailimtoii I ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. i' M on 1 1 > .1 Ml AJTUNO TO rASAMvaino AND 11 O M IfSUTfOt) ;.lth September l^Sl -till 1. TO IIIMUAIi PAJ VI VRIBO ANB B U %  I ortK AJill. Augu.t 1S*I M s BONAIIU -34th S*plamb*r 1S \UJHa TO TRINIDAD AND CI'RACAO M R MBBA 2Tlh AuguM ISfll V t. Hill!** 33rd •teptamber IMt •I P MI-WON. SON 4. CO LTD Agent .11:11001 Will accept Cargo .ind Haaaengarg for Dominic.1. A.'ifiua. Montaerial. N.^l., 8t Kitt. Sailing lrld "DASRWOOD" Will a.cepl Cargo and Palor Bt Lucia. Gronada. I' .. nl' I.. S' \ Sailing data u. be notified FRENCH LINE Cle.. Gle.. Tranutlantique SAILING TO ENGLAND at ntANCK "COLOMBIE" September 2. 1951 Via Martinique, Guadeloupe. SOt Til BOUND "COLOMBIE" 22nd Augur-. 1951. Cading at Trinidad. La Gualra. Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica. K I Pi Laahley. ~ Canadian National Steamships r R.idciluh "tl -I' Manifold. Vincent LeBo> Miiiiion. Antni.v De Veto M-r*hall, Don lavmonta 1 Carlulc M I iMav nard. Brand.* Fudani IM. Millar. Valma M.u M. %  < n. Bylma %  ' OHUOPHVil Uhhuda ifl Madleall .rex rlbad tha WORLD over for Female. 11 rate, uf prrmalur* ageing, menopaunI Horde rv change of life, alao lor lue.i indown and eaiacUted condlllon and .here gland.ilai aS S I a SWlS with phyaical i*d intst t ga tii al diat l atin .-i.t. -. II' |.I.^Mt...l t. That very deniable bualnaaa pra.niaa. kiown aa No tt Swan ttir. 1 a corner alte and .landing on 3W0 MIIH.H togt of land baSSastaSai on application to Ih* lenaiil Mr T S N (do Thi* proparty will be net up to Poblt* the Sacretarr. The Weat India Com.. IkSg .BI Friday 31.1 Augu>t 1091 lc# W.Noifolk Slreot, London. W C I the ..lore uf the uodanlgned reach him by Ihe aath Seplembei .iiburii Jean M R*S Dorothy Yvonn* Hirbi 1 LouU Hlh .. Puhaiai ISJI 1 H.uiirrHiri Klhelbert Padmore. J,i.uiiU ParrM. Cynthia Patricia %  1 %  %  in %  Kl.liie Ph-lli. BOl'TMBOLND LADY NELSON CAN CRUISER %  : ENGEH LADY HOUNEY -THIVTOR IJ*DY KlUOM Sail. Sail Menlrral Hallig 20 AuS 33 Al M Aug 8 S.ft IS Sepl 28 Bapt 10 Oct S*pl — %  1 SvPt 22 Sept 21 fiepl I Oct — 13 OM II Oct Arrl**i Barbada. 3 Sapi 10 Sapt 20 Sapt. 2 Ocl 10 Ocl 24 Oct 4 Sept II Bept 31 Sept 4 Oct II Oct 31 Oct N.ilt Mlliol ND LADY RODNEY LADY NELSON LADY. HoDNEY all> Arrirag Arrival r.arb-dni lia.len It.lit.. n A.tji g Sepl a sept n Sept. 2a Sapt 21 Oct 28 Oct I Sepl. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AgenU. AUCTION I Candidate* living In the Carribean gin mould .end lh*lr application lo th.Hnnntary Beeralaiv. Alanndta School ti p o It... 2*1. 10 .Igat. — n BarbuUx. fl W I bv Jl-i Ott..p*i 1H| >l ..,.,.,.1 r I 1 \ 1 AUGatara CMS f.i.l.-. %  vhPHO Aclto ... .1. A-npRo va ASPHO 1 ha I'BIIII llr< aal SI CatAluJM HMai iui. -t leadlni.* 1 a ii-n •nit when you tofcr gOMB louder Iha aal* .md ** ..• Uackach* ll*-d.nd loll HY I ti,. >f Police I will .ell by Auction .... Monday tha nth al 1 *> I Item* which iiMlude. ill Small Boat. Feu II. t. HMI.I .11001. %  and (oik., and olln i It raat IWaaa •trictly Caah DAltCY A SCOTT 31 %  II an Oovt Aucltonear. Dlgt "A' Itemeiiilx r Ihrrr U only on If a M Hi Jaal aprard by — JOHNSONS STATIONERY BFl-ollllS: Charll* Kunl. Ming, Bwln. and wa Will oed*T for you II • %  .aven't got It In atock A. B*r"*a a C viiii 0IT.1 foi aal* bt P il >UUnn at n.' Ofllcr VI(TXltlA STHKIT 1 n 00 ,1 ... :., I . |g fullv naiiirvl piatag or in.naiiv good aapat Appt. Wit) .o-vi" %  Jonn M I Saw Sal. OOUSBfl ON THURSDAY 30th t S Maaai.r .t %  IngTid" I K-ll Tup Dr*k. Wickt I Cnaira „,a Bocfr-ri %  S.ree. fibre Mat. IB* i o\r M I 1. A Trained 1 ream liood .ured He Sale Da AIIKM DIM ...1 aaaMf, Roal 1 rr The only Man iaVlVOITm'ElllENTS 1 iwataid. Table mv Ii iiuiio and Hal Wood l'-ml.d Bail.!.. <1 E C Ha-frlgaaatoi II %  .f Table. i;,VrV///.V.V. O*. DANCE %  w* will be cki*i '" %  Ailguvt Ii %  %  oaii-i Co 1111 M* III M I al BOSPltAL ,.. 'fully ra. ... .\i--il wllhm threi ,i Dental Lab. Maga 11 ..'tlcallv n*-w. Wal Conhen. Kit. 1 I Board. Step Ladd. i.th Stale., .nooki Real, Couch I Hair Mallrr* Sale II 30 RKANltT %  rlaaa and Preaam, U Kltcl.. ry gi>-l BUgaV) NO.lv.iv I OAHEB III B In r*nour ol the Vinling lloiiih 1-1 and School T.ama Hi MM -11 \t .ill II 111 SI •I 131 II %  tfaale l>> P>i d<*3S>t C '^^**V*a*.'a*-* '.•,;•.'.:' IW DANTF id ol S Mary's Church IIOI.KIrKN. KONTABELI.E on SATURDAY. 15th Sepl. beginning 9 p.m. ilU'HKSTHA A STKK1. HAND Tickets >l 00 • 1U1 Spiral Spring* 1 and alhi 1 itnua ••fjaeh Te:m. caah I. TROTMAN CO. \'l. II %  % %  H I Dud* n*j i> Latt Al 1 altlewa.h rlaia.heK. v Bedroom Bungalow Type Al 1 .1 dltlon. Funn.hed. .ill MO.I.T C. C I over 1.000 *q ft Am Raaaonabla Or-i Caa H.,V it AH.O > oot 1 RJfU \ I \. Hi Coltergaaaa all Maaara Otawai EIJOO. Can Buv It AT MKit.MTCl. Hi). Very Near Baa: A 3 Bedroom .poa%  SMa 3 or 4. IlimgaloTypo No! Old llrealer Plot Stone Built, -l-.ut IJfM i ft I'nder £2.3o. Can I I'lTIK tlATMN HILL A 1 Bedi Tm ia> wn •• %  ".-' if a-> 1 an AT THE OAJtRtaOrl l Ba> •*•> I 1 H IN ESS I'KEMISES A IIIM'":.. I iboul J-ft Depth about 0MI : a Wall *m.wn Il11-I1.fi. Staml and very Sullab.. „ Bui tin. l-mpeiiv with Btd. to C 1.000 and by way of Mortgage, a lion* Bulll 1 ':..entry Repaired and Painted, with a 1 %  Shelveand OlaCa.e 3 IBFS4N . and Kitchen aUnga ..„ 1 %  anil Phower Hath Dip %  .11 Garage J R"' 01 I -1 Ihce. GaU %  vf Property and nd about Ml.SI-ln Hn. %  !"£. 1 1 1 C ^nd A 2 BadrooM -1.. Itoth Goiua lor Only I'J.Wo AT NAV fiAMDENS T"> 1 flllW r Almoal New 1 1 \ *W tlnrday. J-lth August Viewing nioimig of S-ile Iroi.i • am. Dining Table IggaSS %  > St_• Dining Chalra. Sldcbo.-iid. CtMIBT) 1 1 . 11..... ta-- iglux fionladi. li.-.kta.a • double glat* dog 1 Table. -. %  I Tab** Si,...II I. lop %  Lnrg OK % %  K oral TW Toaj Ibi* 1 Tabkat. v. aaat. Mahogauv .old B Ul Spring SeaU and Looae Cuahiotw. Pr Slngte Bad. and Table*. Pr open :... 1 .. .with Mirror. Tab-phon* Slool AU tha abuv* in M-lu>gn* I Cairou Wood m I W"' IMInteil ll.-da and S ( fl Cream Wardiobe wlUl lonf B Irrw I Draaaing Table with Su1. roll.hed Bhoe link Card T.bie. 1-,|-, W vide T-h.t I'.uil.tl Book) .. r .M. Pai %  -I aide TableV %  . Diawrr. 4 lp*U M Folding Kitchai ,. Ml 1"! 1 ,., a. i' %  >:. 1 n I %  %  Kiteruii double. 3 •ingl.'. .-.. ALo tiuao it. CASH OH rAU Al ITIONEERS Jasts.M.HldagJsik. ff cm, A.FS, F V \ I'honr IMI Plantiitinns Kuildinu MAPLE MANOR OCR IT BUtSB OPPOSITE HASTINGS BUCKS Sal. 10:1 L BOU3NI. Managaraaa. CHIROPRACTIC FOR SALE good la il id telephua CECIL. JEMMOTT hlnigln 33. Broad atreat m %  II-In dl —na— of i tar* no*e, throat, lung*, ttor. •nd *ldncr. alaa hawiach**. an** and fool troublaa Dr. Ferrelra. ihir..vllla', Upper Bay Sire**, me-. aatpUnadei. Dial ISSI Ere* %  toniultalion. SEWS FLASH! The first step to a good building is good planning When thinking ol letnodelling or building a flat consult vim nn:e n.i Gallery, drawing nnd dmmg rooms. t3) bed•i. • ,1ft an bnh. modern kitchenette and garage. WELLINGTON STREET One 'loall propertv dining roorng, water to £ 700 i3l bedrooms, drawinf and id bath, kitchen. At present KING STREET One small piop'ity with open Vi i!ig and dining room*. 2 bedroom*, kucheti. shower bath Price £700 CODRINGTON HILL in vAith oocn verandah, drawing und dining >. toil-t. hath and kitchen, standing on Vi of an acre of land. HOTHERSAL TURNING ...It stone house called "The Haven" :;mg rooms, 3 bedruo-i bath. >tandmg on I Of land. Price particulars. appl>' lo iriHiY t. si;i-i'.... II FOR SALE located on O*T •*n acaa of good Coall laud tflUl 100 II of a*W *M land,' bcucn and .aim aafa bull.in Tha hoo**> haa 3 large living mom*. bedroom, on th* .-[.per S.r -ill. .... Sour In in opinion u-.' I 11 a a* .' I' i converaion ml.. • flueat Houae. ta.w ftgura raquiiad 1 prtv, i gardani t v.irictiei Aowering akruba and tire* Private bathing cove with good gafe balhmg "niere ta an 1. .haped roofed vand-' uming room. 4 bedroom* garage .uid ptrvania quartan Oood 1*i-..i. l..hi"n..bW aia whnc Ihia HP* Of property alw av. iri.ii .i good capital ai rental ..•. %  Bd % %  beaux inof Th'ra i large L-Shaped living room. 1 ,i,..i.ir ba dr aoaag a/FU %  i B-i wardrobea. kitchen, pantry. arr> vant'i kllchan. bathroom with tub and .how*r. aoUr healing inaUllalion. garage and 3 gervant i norm Th* ground* nl ab I aire are h'avily wooded with Mahogan' -ml Flambovai.t Ire*. ..id Ihr lawn* and atou* Sagge.. terrace are in a secluded wall gurdei. O Ui aa ii rg location clog* to lown gi M.AI.O* v.na HillVerr W*J tn-i.lruiled modem home cleverly designed lor eaay i." iimg with minimum labour Contain* wide verandaha. good living room. 3 bedroom, with 'built-in' cloaeU. tiled bathroom and aeparate lollel. toed kitchen, laundry. %  ervanl-i quarter* and latg* garage with direct acccu to hour*-. Contlructod of .lone wllh uo.oh•d pin* floor I< Ihruufhout Cool and Inciaaainglv popular retldenlul di-trict "STRATHMOBE." Culloden Rd -A ipacioua S-Uorey gton* Itouia built to la*t wllh the lypa of malarial rarely *een to-day Accommodaliou comprigaa enclioed gnlMrie*. 2 reception, dining room bedroom.. kitchen, panlr_v. atoreroomg. garage etc Wall rrcomnvrndad at th* groatl. reduced price now required nill.DINOI.ANB Roeklev W* me mitructad to ofTer a moat building alt* In a %  l.-l 1%  I ink. I •a ilia ret o nd MOBKRN II M.tl.Ot Cl i l'l Church-A uniaue modem homa daalgned by lo take full at elevated ilte m %  narlcati airhltact inlaga of a choice wllh magnificent .. over in* Caiibbe.ui Thar. 3 bedroom.. 3 bathroom*. is room, gtudv. kllchan, laun-nd gaia B — Petv. "WINOT WILLOWS"—r>o*p*>it, SI Jam**. Unlurnlahed houae on coaal. with 3 bedroom*, lounfcc, verandah, overlooking aaa ale. Immediate poawilon. -IN i it \Nt lk> lack Marlaw Modern well rieugned and aoundl.v bu.lt buns-low on Ihe coaal where Ihere n alwaya a cooling breere There u a lane combined lounge dining room, kitchen with nerving hatch 2 bedroom*, bulll in garage and all ii.oal officeOpen lo offer* RICHMONO". Marine Oarden.. A Mlidly coiiMruclM 2-gtorey alone houae wllh wallaba %  hlnglad %  oof and pine flooring; well placed on corner *lte. Pleasant lawn, flower bed., kitchen garden and ha brenkfa.l room, large kitchen. 3 verandah*, i bedroom*. 2 bath and lollel*. 1 garage* and **rvnnt quarter. Very suitable for convection into flat* or boarding "LOCKERBIE BOISE". Brlltoni Croa* Rd Em* example of a prewar 2-toray Barbadian home p. iv.ding an atrnoaphare • • Old ,-|, %  i by Vorld" (ardeii In which II %  land* The covered porch at Ihe from ol ihe hou*e la but one of the pleasant feature* about 1. V crblc" and on entering Ihe lounge variably r>reive* f-vourabla omi"nl The teparale dli.mg rOMJgn U usually appre.ii.ied and alao Ihe small aludy and long wide verandah. A propnrty well worth viewing If real value for money la wanted HOLOER'S NOISE". SI Jama*. An Eaiat* Housa bu.lt of .tone with pine floor, and •lilngle roof 3 reception. .1 bedroom., verandah, etc also garage and usual .il mil Wing. The houae 4 arm of well n.nhogaiivi apllmhared p mar had IV. ... I v. The inled al tract ion very lovely Hie which ha advantage of bring well el. and cool, with fine view round Coait i. lee* than i awav and town 6 mlkr> Sub' BILL CREST'. Bath.keb. •lantially bulll modern stone bungalow on Ih* brow of the cliff* line view of thi. rockv ."••nine Them are three good bedronm.. living room. 2-sided gallerv kitchen, tervant** quarter. and garagv Elerlriciiv and water %  re laid on The 1-and U ova. 0 acre* and Ihere are about 10 roeognut tree* An mirre.tir.g proposition at the low figure asked RENTALS '""J.IPLYVNt.1 Garden Gap. %  •ting* NKelv located lutnlahgsgsa ---• WBITtBALI FLATS". Codringlon Hill St Michael Modern •parbnenu wub use of beauUlul REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS sad SURVEYORS PLANTATIONS BVH.D1NG Phone 44a



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••*••*•* * %  * Tnvjir a* a*. <-,(. I .n unMr ihMr frtpartt.i*>-*— MgMu TI and M*Mu MA.0j#'*t \ DM. M i < Ra. par ad* <>milRl> IIIIMI \n oaiajsa-.y -I HI ORII I'sli Ordaiiv Officat Ordarlv S*r)arn Till. HAHKADOt RFCr* %  •Til AlUL'aT. IM1 sIMJM.m IMMM tur.ui..,, ifanr Mrli *.-!, ivrorrmlv al an an*** am* Ma lx—M 1, C Dora i I I \\ Laaui %  Prank.n VI William. %  D L D Ik twuCrt. MiW • OUT A A4J-—. p i •.. p Lt* Hill %  1 OM l(. nlli, *%-fii I ht-ln > These GENTS' STRAW HATS each Ul money one. Perfect for any occasion CONING BOON—the -imp kind for Lad Evan Man m Barbados should urn: MODEL STORE Crn Broad & Tudor St DIAL 3131 IH Cat Waatharriis TtuhJrb.Hli.. Rrmtnrnl iKTir Hi 11 I>I: n S ir-a laau il-.r DANCE MONDAY STOUT %  **• ASSM II, . Lanr. Si Michael *llli()S 5 ,'.*,',',',*. Vari('iy((inferl\l)anrf I In Aid or thr Ran llavrn $ I)a> Nurorr* Sdfgeanfs Village Christ X Church o and under the Patronage of V Mr. Fred Goddard. M.C.P.. S and Mrs. Goddard I at th< \ DRILL HALL. Garr! X I ri.ljv. :ih Srpiemher. 19.11 $ baglnnlni at 8 p.m. o Programme includes mu.M\ rales, sketches, songs and m. ^ itnimtnta] solos etc. and arV lists including Messrs. Paul *. Wiikin*. Cednc PhlUlpa, I Gerald Bannister, Clvete \ Goiiop and Mtaaa Betts 1* Cr.rrington and Nell Hall. ** Members ol Lbo Police Hand \ utd othera will incontrlbuu ^ Ing. By kind pernilw.in of thr I (UmmtHslonrr o( Police the O I'ollre Dancr Orrheslra wUI \ be playing N HEFHESHMENTS ON SALE ** Dancing to 3 ...m. ;J ; TirkeU: :-: SI.(HI 0 The .^nglia is smart, comp-i t, powered by the bmous Ford 10 h.p. engine, equi l *ped with excelleni brakes, and safe Herring. Deeply-sprung upboliteryairunls ample room for four big people and all their luggage ran be accommodated in the capacious boot. The Anglia is C MMBA lowest priced export car and ii is extremely economical on fuel. Plrase call on ui R> a full demonstration and for details of our spec i-l m k e facilities. CHAS. MC. ENEARNEY & Co., Ltd. mrrij'/M M SUSS SAUOIT aad *J Ml nWFNnOl.TS WAIA-OTT * %  j •%  ih* sd*a*tarr %  .i-iifari. lo Ihf, DANCE Al 4l^BEN9 PARK HOUS l>n TUESDAY NIGHT. 38th Aftuil 1S5I MaSSl b* Mi P^. Drct 'lit. •i n*r aiPTTON t Koval & Mi MII :': I I ,% Viliiiissim I iNivv H'rlfarr Itaguf FAIR ^ DRILL HALL N SATCRDAV. September 1>I. 0 1951. from 3.30— %  pin \ Under the distinguished v patrooaffa of His Excellenev \ the Governor and Ijidy N Sa\age -> There will be the usual V Stalls, including Household, £ & Variety. Sweets. Cakes. X Jj Lucky Dip. White Elephant. 5 k Books, etc.. Game* of X Chance and a well stocked X > BAR. \ One Art Hav al 5.30 t. the \ ** BKIDGIHiUV PLAYERS X \ .-iiiitird "The 'Lady from \ II Abroad" N !> .Seats {/• A 1/6 { \ Police Band will be In V Attendanee v \ ADMISSION TO FAIR ^ \ AdulU !/• X .' • i.ihh-. .-. and Nursr. fid I Glands Restored to Youthful Vigour In 24 Hours Scientist Explains How New Discovery Makes Men feel Years Younger CIIKCHE BACON lasssscsD t HlthlN II minis SALTED NITS t LBV TINS HAM LACTO(;\ t^'WLAC ASSTD. BISt 1 ITS BfTTER OONCENTftAT 4Tb 1 ii"' ROE ri vi MI nroN APPLE SAI'CE BACON RASHERS 1 SPttNUE PI'DDING ASSTH JUT Its -. >' OLIVES Bo* MANGO IIIIIMV %  ATONNAsHI HALM IS tin Spired Vlueajart ,. t HERKil 1 VKOEMITI PI \NI T HI TTEK OOVm fflaa MAXWELL HtMSC 00UNBH ARROW RIM > Roebuck Street DIAL Wt S. UH %  IMS* ph-M-iar.. -it W4] taSTln?K •SMI latala, hu aniuncd %  -i lli real aacrrl ot >outh. •flT. and hranh U %  landi in > UJ i bodr. i" ...i.r Tl nmailni tHTnaabout It* Inf you to uffar tlomloai of alfaur. *r.i n •V. I. Sew i iff 'M THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY "Kotl.mu ii SSSH MtnpU lhaa ':'rttes; lasWcl; In be Sfmpl' i. lo be prawi.FMKHSON The most simple way of cooking ii by Gas Fresh Stocks Jusl Received PAHK DA^HS SACpHAntN TADS PAKK DAVIS PAJ-ATO*COSSP. PAKK DAVfcS I'AUATOtP1ALN PARK DAVIS I 1VIHHON PARK DAVIS BETF IRON aS WINE DODD ."HIS THERM OC, TJiT. BUB nn CHASES Livut PILLS DB CHASES NERVE FOOD \-TArn'VTE TABLETS MUM ANALGEFUC BALM KA1N COATS PLASTIC ONES S298 EACH I IIAM IIIIOS. Pi Wrn. llr.v St. Dial 34011 riani DOO>, i.n^'jnw. II %  km. dmi.wion. ,ud poof Hup .1 ah] %  |(, IOJ "in mm • %  • and ui-iva tOKri loci IiKiinlul plo.i.nl |ia* *M*)i bwlldi ficli pul* mal'i y<-ur body tlijs i -ill find that .1.4-. % %  II •load and )iltali> %  %  ti an i %  • %  l t* a araK and altki. jox and pltaaurra "I and wr (oi yourx-lt aaaun (VH yonc am! piniciuilr u. Ilia i-y ana) i-l-aaiiraa i>l Ii)* anil i.-ai.i fell< .matlbft and u)o\ %  nitnt nMnatetbrfstr Doctor Pi civ Vl-Tabs Vl-Tob. ha be-n thr aotld Pat liiitii--. Di Jimr Rar ir„ilt, aftaal uartiruoit iv'iliitf laapr H aa um aithn, 11 thai i*r faat l*n aii-.jn*t -iilin or.* >i Th— r**Ulli havr h%  Irflahfd tin,, ili-i Uaa. In it.,„ J ...,d* al up hap* af *'*f beiui aliont, t.i-oxroua asam Rasulls Guarontaed Ao onlatandlna haiI FROM THE B. I. F. TO YOU! LADIES" EVENING BAGS madr of Crepe, Satin and Brocade A HANDY SPECIAL from th* British Industri** Fair a V. II. 1.111 l A IO.. I Ml 20 Broad Strcrl. RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE M i itnmo s rorxinti uj. "Int. Park Road, (w GALVANISKP PIFK... All sizes from ft inch to ii Inch In ntock and available now: your chance to obtain what vou naadl snsx i v. r a FIKM1URL A, SEWING Vl-Tabs • Ouarant..*! MACHINES AT MONvv-sAViNt. Pitirr* NEW fend % % %  i .-.! H-! %  SDrmsa. Cradh.. Uttia. B*d. Buraiia. Waahttiand>d up. Wardrobea. Moms. Tub. Bui'. St iithfr rumltupr. Tables, sm* boaras, %  'Hm. Lardeta. Chlr. %  Brdrooot mid Kttehan CabmrU. Desks. Bookcasaa. Bookracka SIKGER Mid oti"I S S TS M M— rinnaa, for hand and Treadl' Chatn and Loebat"*" and Bo-nniaktna. SIS to SS0. L. S. WILSON SPRY ST. DIAL 4069 T n.ii.i r I. V II., I, | kaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaafra4*>9oa4ioa'. |: THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE I ASSURANCE SOCIETY : WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY TO FILL V'Ol'R ORIIERS FOR ti lllll II III in nil. antl WWTS llll. t i:\lll\l. EMPOIUVM I ornrr ol BrOd A I ilili.r StTMU 4SSOUM IVilSI The Society is pleased io announce the appointment ol Mr. K. S. Yearwood as a Canvasser as from 1st September, 1951. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary. THE 1952 ISSUE Or" Till: TELEPHONE DIRECTORY is xow BONG PBKPARED SUBSCRIBERS Kxinuinc youi liftlngi .n.diHiii!' pussil.ie inwriiiim.ii My alterations you ma| Teqtiirtv Nu chancp\ an IH* niudr after the tUf f Aumisl. I9..I Kxlra I.Minus aniii.idc for ii chill L[i' rtmvn PtaMa apply to TTie Colonial Advaftillng Co. (Barbados) for all information regarding MVCftiifM in the 19.V2 TelepiMiui' Diraciory which will include the m-u ClaaaHsrd fcteetten (Yellow Pages) ^W***^rV*WW//W*V/^*^^^^ TD OIK PLANTER AND TRADFK 11UBND8 • l'rtii ran na>* abtalai A MONEY INSURANCE POLICY which v.il! a (Turd you covnafalnst loss of monry whilst U l -lull be plrisrd to give you full particular* anil adt >r*>. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD-AGENTS -.-.-.•.-.•.•.-.-.-.•--.•.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.•.-.-.-.-^,-.-.-..,v" JUST OPENED ENGLISH PRESSED GLASS 14 PIECE FRUIT SETS DISHES BOWLS BUTTERS SUGAR CREAM JUGS VASES IN AMBER & SMOKE COASTERS & ASH TRAYS -GENERAT HARDWARE 3'JPPLIES DIAL: 4918 Rirkelt St. Tin; COLONIAL ADVERTISING CO. (BARBADOS) Saephard Btraafl — SiMgalaw Dial IIM JUST ARRIVED!'. A New Shipment of A. BARNES 8t CO.. LTD % % % % % %  •! %  %  laHaaii RAIN BRINGS RHEUMATIC PAINS I COLDS TLU QUICKLi & KIFECriVEL\ DISPELS THEM GET 'ASPRO' NOW BOXES of :.n SIKH'S of 8 (H: IIEBGOllGNAN TYRES Remember when you buy BERGOUGNAN you buy the BEST PLANTATIONS LTD. •','.'.'.*S, v,v.'. MAKE YOUR HOME MORE ATTRACTIVE CONGOLEUM \. • an supplv \nti v.itIi thr fnllou St|t \RI ^i pea ? <•< vi 1 %  at-. 3 yds. x 1 yd* 3 yds. a ||| yds. 1 ui%4 utt. •f MM rARO ft frrl uldr G ft ssMf 3 ft. wide M tsstssai wW •t BasstJaa v ui. A. 1.1. 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-I \I>\Y \l\u( \|| -I M> \\ U <-l M 2t. 1 %  t;ie lorthcomin*' AnaU SCORES T.K.O. OVER the J Tou Anchor O i kna Kh< rod 1 rinWad. • he eight %  %  "An OIM FLHmmd in NKW Sjmt m IUM \ IBM %  **HI% 4WU!! Al | MAPI t • mtn Thry Brine Os UMIIMAN'S 'IS{IIRIII I'Ml I -.I'HIAL I \l V III: \ SI AIU II. SMALL THERMOS It E JARS. VI..LIABLE and I LOWER SEEKS U Kosol PI V SI-KAY P.A. CLARKE—Cosmopolitan Phurmury nth straight : %  : —\r %  II PS 100 M I Dr. Gardiner Get* Foundufs Shield %  E KcblM %  J COBrwll Mr l> S l.ivne t c. yt Mr M G r The gpa J < ...nv.'ll %  ll.mploii %  Mm 1.. 4 hn.|il..—h.* )>iinl.|> f up r i.i'. 1 .,,!.,„ 1 RTPT09I JWlU.n < 1 H/ [ NUII %  i NUH nr 1 I..I I r.pl on %  n XCZHCHZN NX POJtM mm NX moi 1 hr.l.il.n | J. A. CUMUN • .ON*. I They'll Do It Every Time AND THE RELATIVES GIVE vou A VER/ WIDE BERTHPLUS PLENTY : COMMENTSITS COUSIN TW.R< IH BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF-EXFECTS 1 US TO HELP HIM OJT-I BETUSE BOWRANITE VNTI-CORHOSIVE PAINT L' I Biailwatb DMt wnil beneath A rol ml BOWB Will IT0.1I jkJiiisthral nr ,.,1,1 the eorrwlvr jlrr blx .Mir*, salt pra> and %  .< %  -.-. .i.-i. BOW! \M I I li ii-ed in MftMtn shipping line*, do. k auihnrltle* RW pnhllr .ml iiHlnftlri.il lunlra.fora ever> where. VOI MUM I ID INK IT. I O O tough. PIMM*. $M Noiwraekln*. HOW It Will 1imilf in m.in altra* tiv* *h^dea. Stockid In . PERMANENT OION, HHI CJKEV. BI.AlK and -1 11 K BLACK IHIMI !; % %  !. %  in tins m Qr>] Mil) Ural and CMl M(>\ga*Iiell Lini' In MV) BBMi lltoivn. tlelife, mutf I mhi Or*] W I rale 1 %  4 ZZZ'tt I 1 flOM OATI "., 1 IH Bab] iaart ialar i> '-i uui pin bab) on COW A OATI '..ill. whin Vilui.l 1. .In. %  1 .11. \n Mllh 1 -1 b froa ii-m all ibwaat laraai bMtadbM alptbtrla .11,1 irpbald. OOM *. OATI i i b aafl bteaaat '• M 1 aaavi Ibal .>11 dhnaaa tariai an attarl) I whilst HiMHenUal vltaaUaa and rataabbj nhMrtl laHa —i stfAlgbl baaiaa ami icraton itrai I Intact •i HE SEARCH FOR BARBADOS BONNIEST BABY of 1951 is on, and mother; are invited to enter their babies for Barbados' Bonniest Baby Contest of 1951 Barbados' Bonniest Babies are, of course COW & OATE Babies and this competition is open to all babies fed on COW & GATE MILK FOOD, the Food of Royal Babies and the Best Milk for Babies when natural feeding fails ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 30 1951 nuns: FIBtff I'BI/L Ihe Otm -'Hi 0M Slh.-r rh-illrnir Howl to keep r.ir one (I) >ear. a Bttvafl I up ami >?r.0 In rh. presented ti* HilMI I'llIZL *I0.00 and a Plaletl sil v -r liip. pn-wntetl by T a C.AX. I .ui llllhl) I'KI/L *5.0 jml A I'laleil Silvrr 1 Up. prexililed b) lu A I'.tle .mil nine (•) Souvenir Cill. RI'I.KS : I \'l ha hie* mufti \Hunder i >fi f ae mi OeUber :il*l. IB3L \ %  --ii ml ftlnphnloitraph of bab> must lie -ml in luielher llh %  1 lidfrom linol CM! .V '--'e M.ik I'ood. Parents 4ree l" abide b> Ihe -elei 1 uns ..i the Special ( •mrmltrr nd the llnal Judiei. I hi mrlMIU] hiding babies mil lie selreled hv a Hoard of Judge. lor I.rial Judging The names of the *eleet-d twelve will appe.r m ih. -i i il.n xdn.r.iir' of Novemlier llh and the final iudgini ill take pUrv nil Dill ill. ITIli Ni\cmher 1951. The Judges chosen for the Competition are as foiiows IVTHl IKH 1 %  11 1 11 All 1 in an -i. %  I s> MHIM winai aauaiM i on n*n ItilfflaaB. LTD %  : %  % %  1 .. %  %  i Daw UB" %  sag %  nd 1 iim of : | %  M % %  %  Imkl c ad) II %  m ui GuatdUi Dr. A. L. Stuart, Dr Basil Skinner, Dr. W. H. E. Johnson. Dr. A. S. Cutu. Dr. H. L Massi.ih. Mrs. N. G. Dayih, Mrs, Uli^a Symmonds, all .1 A Ki-irijfuiii. COW & GATE All IK IOOII THE COW & GATE SILVER CHALLENGE BOWL s Z2Z-Z 22Z24Z2Z2iZ2 %  % i ? ? J .ii i OLD • co LTII. \.m.. =^^^^^0^^^0^^^#^^ ^ 2 2 2 2 ? $ & 2 Z 2 2 # ZtZZZtmZf^ I



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% %  r mthm Atowcate ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS AUGUST Ridgway Leaves Choice To Reds WiU Talk Peace When The) Are Read) TOKYO, Aug. M (GENERAL MATIH^W B. R10OWA? Mat a blistering Besaage to top Red COBUMnd Korea, and left it up (o them wh> talks would continue in Kaesong. The Supreim Allied Commander said that hs was willing tt resume the negotiations which were Halted By me Reds. But he rejected as "malicious falsehoods' the Communist accusation that United Ma forces had violated Kaesong's neutrality. >1 \IIS \l I'M III. Heiis, broke oil the i .iki %  thai „i Hi %  %  preposterous and so maniif* [< It did not merit %  rtpl) Hani Choice %  %  %  them a hi ii Buna, the North Kori n i i Huali I R broadcast over the Armi radio and .%  %  %  %  Mun'.tn ready • %  %  %  %  could hardly apologl •• i Nor can uhe R< I %  added. '!"' %  • i continue U thai they | %  T;tlks arhlt %  •] ofr b\ the Con.ii the final paragraph W an pn I %  'illations. 1 will ... %  . %  a reeaon |. ittet %  greemetil %  munisi COI %  %  %  %  %  1 • !'ui lone mild ii"; %  %  %  i t SOME HAIRDO: Iran E&pecte Period of Hardship • %  i %  %  .... % %  %  A Con %  %  %  %  %  brought %  •< %  Anglo%  %  ..ii talks, email %  that Harrtman tug stay In %  %  %  %  %  Hi (Iriiii) I r.r. %  - Sandy Roger On His Way i To Barbados Genera/ llaldwin hilled By lull ROME. Au. 25 %  %  Co-operal I %  ol hii Hoi Ing*. Mr*. ... .,,!.> Chief i %  %  thai he fi over I P. If. 25 %  network of IS0.OO0 Telephoi %  1 • P une fro the colour ol his I ilr !i> la i alowiiuj in the footsteps of hi* I her, Sir | (Vi.urman and Managing Dlraetoi of the group Sand> Rom La on hi*, way in New York, thittepptfiff off pouil for his to Uon of the i %  nd General I Jamaica, Trirmim!. and I .ON oi de 11 of tli i < iov< i i r ,. row ... m which it i 1 ii .. Large : %  %  %  Far East Situation \ Brazil Goods Will influence U.S. 1952 Party Platforms franwill Sell Crude Oil %  i %  ndustry I %  %  %  i %  %  %  1 %  l %  %  i %  l %  %  Hi Id too I %  l p Starvation I hreateiu J ea • %  i ban at largos .i r, ... i ., , t , aattakl| rraaa aetead. raw%  saahi „i aaaawaaai „„„ *„ "ui gr, aaedtai m gangreaei %  in Hawaii an I>> I oaves aad hula %  tea a| tree Maaj Beaaaaai ba>. Nkaauwi on taatea g r oea bonanaa, bill tad raja Haet laaaah w hi lad araaa \f Uvtag ea M paretd i a • d >. prtou laalli Mliur. ,41.llrd „,c.l. pi.1,1. I iikh tad rise Mara H,, 1-1.Mill llir J4iiulr,i l.ovntuii'-iil II4B warned IMIIII ,I|, .in,| mill |>i>ol.il hi i drinalai water aad anii11 i>ii.mi inN iil aU aaa an k> l"Jt lilwii II .ill |„i.|in age JI„I ClniBL BeirtgSentTo Russia — Viem (B> II.XKHV W KKANTZ) WASUINti'IoN. An > THE FAR EASTERN SI1 ATJOW n piiwiTful nilliicnci' on the il' in e of Preaidcntial n m party piatfurms for the L'mlcd Statt-s political can Mimt, according lo well Infurmed political pxperta. The iur.Hmni nt;il riddle as in wyh^tliet Commuui must eventually be checki an theatre has not banpl ftutwered bj the investigation of General MmAi n, \ disnu.s; ..i •• I 1 .li-U. Di.i. Aut;. M 'IiLmiiH-rstMi i.-.i.ii in reeeived JJI unr\|".ii i lwir.i i.i-i nurht h l II i bolt ol lightning *lru.k In i .in.l drew .11 h*lrpin ..ni ol h*r bear. She l"ld 1hpollrc thai Ihiholt atraah her farmhaaaa i boaaaj i>u> oni n •: i< ui i in r ar hrr raaaUfi —i v (/.ft. Navy Panther Jets Blast Red Airbuses ICE HQ. Korea, Aug iat Kashin in far Northc t Kon Ufnv in more. i .. \'\ ri04> tuns of bombs. I. peri : :n Japan and Okinawa airbaaa which made the attack, All the plant safely to the bi %  i-uirtralt lire ai ex%  in t planai Inn wns hit w-i. 12, 1950, when almost fOrtf pounded ri* attack on nearby high ground Art,on el • %  %  tha bloods • .-I activity, and n %  light iaii I bean %  The Red i-Knnt'iit from the rod toil C that the Boutb Korean defenda forced lo fall back to prevent th nnslnuahl. Action on the ground front wa> for the nionien; lector Bouta %  d four hills pillni fresh Communist dead ;i'"p hUB%  olH buttle of the blundv ride 11' Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund His erne*. Kxtilln r Gee* Sir \irrpd Bav ...e. iind Lad) Savage, uric among the lirsl %  %  %  -1 Ui ..n,tut,ut. in !!<• Itellri in. iwiied bv llir Advoealr lo aid thr •.ufferrrs In Ihr Ja m ai ca batrrlc Ilrlp K urgenl! n< i ,i .i iimi-uiwiK HI ba in la I) II of the lllialBMII idail aaaka, ar direct | tinaoaai of Ihlo iirHvpipii. I hi-\r ...ii nr leaaaawledced .ini> The um,: wan nprnrd on Irldaj and toppril th.>im m.irk vrtitrrilay HAVE VOI I (iMKIIII IHI' Mark tour donation Jamaica Rrli.i Hind, and send H In Bm Ihliu: leaaarraa I.*I..I *"'m Ur M>i U ll*.-. Mi A M'O I i ia Ikaai Hn H~t.>i l hall. p.. %  a '• < i.. %  i I.I tt' a Mr. II l UONDOM \ %  %  %  %  . %  I i %  %  . 1 aient rrade Bureau iwld that n %  %  %  Ptoea i n ovei ., rear" ihrouK i %  %  %  ition, Undei thi %  i dollii %  %  i ind % %  %  %  %  "ii|) I,, (his mORMHll I i %  %  the Itni/illan Govenimenl Jamaica's Fin, Sec. \\ ill I'l) To London FoDiicun Hurriconi Ralla. rutun \ to hroaiile polli ... % %  i i coffee i .... I i .iithai Mai A %  %  from then Republ CM i earlier tl .u-w In t| Tail vi %  %  i %  %  fa I %  %  %  %  ino\from the itendpolnl <-i tru %  i i . oi i %  : %  ' : %  • %  %  ... drafters. —rj p, Uoning ihi ,*II t in th* %  %  %  Murriinaii AMI VIM To Confer UithTiln WHILE EN-ROUTE TO U.S. BELGRADE. AugtiM 2-, nl Truman's diplomatic envoy. Avercll llarrimnn. arrived •..ik arith Prernler Mm•hal Tito aboul Vuaealavi i baai needs in militan He ionrouti from Teheran where ha bled bnak the deadJ %  • %  %  B) ital ind irai • %  ti ihi oil l.r Irvnch Enquire into Train Crash METZ ] i %  % % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  thai the 21-T %  %  %  •.11 ha i stood at .' %  I %  dot 3 ald that n appeared iinlikel: Uu % % %  rack — I'.P. the ti %  .. tei ling win %  they wll lot IK* re-aold OUV i %  %  %  | dd thai na tl %  exptraa i %  %  ml 1 i i.1 \ \ | J.'ii 1 ami economic in MtWMtHM %  IDpllj bOth <>T ''irl Tha BrlUah I %  • %  • i replia i. at prea%  %  I %  |, the %  >. teded N %  i the K l u folloa I %  %  i %  %  %  Trade Between !ii ;./il. 'l UgOftSlai ia Can lt< Expanded -Arartlian Via-President %  %  %  i : i i . IblUtj for the exi %  u i ountrtei. I %  %  %  %  IT..' %  I %  %  %  He dd pressed by I %  %  I I he "ADVOCATE" pnya for NF.WS Dial 3113 Day or Night DEATH PENALTY NN August 25 The pro a acutl i I i iha ten pi r K l,ih (TI V A i A new tropical tf %  %  %  ,.nt flighT Uhlpa si. iles south tha out town ol Mai clUoal 1 no ,i HI inovinK northw%  led thai torn AH hii>i at i %  Itei PI %  • .: %  %  %  %  %  p lied — i v. > %  India Will i\ot A Head Peace Talks IU IHi\\|.l I liOS/.\l I WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 In.iia has deeidrl to %  %  Pi ,i. t Treat %  i fain' %  %  earlier II I ored Ind %  to Japan, clrnr the a %  Bu %  %  %  Ifiadli ia> Oama i m raatardaj io ne Ko-kir> Ooir Qah PlaM %  *' *** %  I' atm %  %  \.. i ommenl treat %  %  %  %  %  I v i i< ildah wtU i I I %  u( grcai smomh won maiutup and Imig %  .,1 DM 1 I 1 tyilc n> %  %  RALEIGH THE all-STEEl IfCfCI f A wide varicly of models always on display and ready assembled for you lo lake away. See our cycle Department, first Floor IVI SHEPHERD & in.. I.Hl 10, 11. 12 & U Broad Slrnl Sole D.'t.ibytof.


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, August 26, 1951
Frequency: daily
regular
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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mthm Atowcate
ESTABLISHED 1895
BARBADOS AUGUST .
Ridgway Leaves Choice To Reds
WiU Talk Peace When
The) Are Read)
TOKYO, Aug. M
(GENERAL MATIH^W B. R10OWA? Mat a
blistering Besaage to top Red COBUMnd
Korea, and left it up (o them wh>
talks would continue in Kaesong. The Supreim
Allied Commander said that hs was willing tt
resume the negotiations which were Halted By me
Reds. But he rejected as "malicious falsehoods'
the Communist accusation that United Ma
forces had violated Kaesong's neutrality.
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WASUINti'IoN. An >
THE FAR EASTERN SI1 ATJOW
n piiwiTful nilliicnci' on the il' in e of Preaidcntial n m
party piatfurms for the L'mlcd Statt-s political can
Mimt, according lo well Infurmed political pxperta. The
iur.Hmni nt;il riddle as in wyh^tliet Commuui
must eventually be checki
an theatre has not banpl ftutwered bj the
investigation of General MmAi n, \ disnu.s; ..i

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reeeived jji unr\|".ii i
lwir.i i.i-i nurht h l ii i
bolt ol lightning *lru.k In i
.in.l drew .11 h*lrpin ..ni ol
h*r bear.
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Ihi- holt atraah her farm-
haaaa i boaaaj i>u> oni n :
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(/.ft. Navy Panther Jets
Blast Red Airbuses
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i- at Kashin in far
Northc t Kon Ufnv in more.
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and Okinawa airbaaa which made the attack, All the
plant safely to the bi
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- 12, 1950, when almost
fOrtf pounded r talUtiooa. Thv iraj I

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pabla "i ban
mailer MnicturH
North Korean troopa In ragi-
intar attacked and
Korean
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front, but other South Koreans
va buck ;i company >i*
attack on nearby high ground
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for the nionien;
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fresh Communist dead ;i'"p hUB-

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THE all-STEEl IfCfCI f
A wide varicly of models
always on display and
ready assembled for you
lo lake away. See our
cycle Department, first Floor
IVI SHEPHERD & in.. I.Hl
10, 11. 12 & U Broad Slrnl
Sole D.'t.ibytof.


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LAST 3 SHOW! TO-DAY
VM A It IS pa.
20lh Century Fox pre*
ANCASTER
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HI8TEBM
VALLEY*
Robert WALKER
Sally FORREST
Advr-nlure. Onnu. in It*
H ill'.-d BrM
TO-M 4St 8.1S pm.
The Fox Super Double .
Jeanne CRAIN A
William 1.UNDIC.AN
MJWW1*M
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Starring - .
CARLAND
,md Kobeit WALKER
OIAMI'H
LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY**
4 3e & 8.15 pm.
FOX SUPER DOUBLE
Montezuma
TECHNICOLOR

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NOW SHOWING 445 & 8 30 DAILY


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THE BIG STEAL"
is \ PDWM i it. -ii
BEAT THE BAND & | ARZAN IND mi HUNTRESS
plaza ssx
TWO GUVS FROM MIlWAUKrE
'" Tnhnirolot
I I III
and
SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS
GAIETY
in* garden nr. JAMES
and asa pm
ROW 8 pm
TYCOON"
fyuub gutting
I.I OKI llll A I Id
TON ITE H-ltl (i.ni. ;iiI(| (.iniiiuiint:
M-dy (DtUbh) LAICBAAH it.,\ Mil.LAND
COPPER CANYON
Extras: TB/BJpPAGNE I >K TWO
Talent Audition TO-DAY :' a.m.
His EXt F.I.I.-'
'given Vinr pali-una-ge !- thr Roy-
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M adklea M ;
r,.: H..U on S<
... IM |i
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'*>. Lucky Dip. What*
Elephant Hank* etc. Thi
hups of chance and a
d bar.
Added attraction is lb
Igetown player*
l . from Abroad."
a light comedy by Mabel Con-
standuro* and H. A|f
bikini pan ara
nor Haw-
Mrs Howe. John
DHphin. Pat Raison tod
1'lr k.-l \l
PI
To Take Veterinary Degree
M
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Ki
Mr
Cuthbert
Mr. W. A. C "Bill -tn ii T.I' V
Manaerr herr. *inre thl* airline
BITSiWAKE-
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STHKKTS "
IHmtIipj
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Paul DOUGLAS
Ml Rill I! : si'SPENSE I
MOMIA1 and Tt'KSDAV
4.30 A ..IS p.m.
The FOX DOUBLE
-III A lll.lt
IIOHA "
A Junflr* Thriller
Siwriiuj BUI* CABBY
AND
"THAT Ml. III
IX Hill"
Suiring Alic* FAYE
Carmm MIRANDA
lfchnlrolor ".i......I
WEDNESDAY 1 TWRSDAY
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BIG DOUBLE
VICB
Input BERGMAN In .
-KASIMillT"
AND
-TO-XII.IIT WE
It.Mil TAI.AIS"
ANNABELLA John SUTTON
. JCHNWTTON -f^atontiu ncemavTU awwMCAMiOvfco. *-aMM
OPENING NEXT FRIDAY
'I just got through ptying the bills for
ha vjeddmq fad no*/... a BaBy!'
juicy-
JQAJ*
KI.IZ. Mil' / I I
TflXOR
JANETTA meiAS KllOl'
miwi:k bboao nun
DRESSES
of all Typt.
rVLSO
HANDRA(.S SHOPPING BA8KETB
BEACH BASKETS
in FUffla and Stray h im $i.t* t<> $.K4
in Fxtlusivr Sha| ,,.1 OlV Coloun
.ling
- were in Canad* to
BraduaU at MacDonald
i.-sree.
i ii now rrliiniii .
' I
College. This
II take him another four an
Festival Doldrums
j : gloomy Festival yar for
Stratford-on-Avon. This of
all towns, after London, might c-x-
paet 'm reap the ilnest tourist
fran Ibe lavish Festival
of Britain publicity abroad. But
,-i- far fewer than last
Nine out of ten of the small
I boarding houses arc-
having a poor .reason.
Even at the Shakespeare, Mg-
gest hotel in the town, pressure
is less than last year. Many
Americans and other overseas
,','t-IU'd iheir book-
'irt notice Last year
Hf ha been Bppointrd |<<
= i position in MaavnaL
bundle c \ HOWtlMC
to* la* Ii)* \ KIT'
rnaltoci at
lovfd -fjIHe*
M in* Bo*t'"
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DON fAVtOI
OPENING FRIDAY 7th SEPT.
Tin: si on i or in i hh i'ii
VALK.XTI.XO
HIIOOVH
Jnd BIG WEEK
JBBB
KM JH m
His an
Valentino
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the easiest, simplest way
to visit
the Old Country
Trnvi-1 in ll.c- fpnious "NOHTH STAB"
Sk\lin.-r from llarhutlns.
C.in fort nhK' imri (*nvenirnl

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GtMffJ AfHItf
TBANS-CANAOA AIK LINKS
TatofhoM OTM
Bl
GLASSWARE
IIII. \ in. it I-11. YAl.t 'MS
Snap Glasses .
K Oi. Glasses ......
CiH-kliiil QImbm
Sundaes .............
Ash Trays ............
Tumblers .............
ELEANOR PAF
ANTHONY ULXIfR
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j'ir lUdngBovrfa lav., inc.. .ksB
17c. Coasters ...............@ -a^
ISe. Wilier Jni,s ...............
ISC Mcasiirin- Cups
Mil. Cawetwl Biitlrr Dishes
Ihe manager could let |
booking at live minutes' notice.
im| rooms nava baea lafl
empty.
Many people 1
I Stratford Ui go to Ilia
hj Fnv.i ii,-
Hit ii an
The Menwud Tlie.i-'.
every niKhl. But it is possible
to get seats at shon notice. Dur-
ing the winter the theatre upcnl
80.000 on iutting In 135 leaf
This irjaani room for 30,000 moro
The live Shakaapaa
places. Including the
jnd Ann Rail
admlnistei. They
re|ort that from April to the and
of June nearly 40 per cant
Americana visited the blrtnpUce
Last vear the birthplace Ml
......
total will not n

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Shootini: Toui
TRX BarpajM RJAa
'.mi r< praj]
rlall to IVualdad I rta ii
to take part in the Inter*
Mrnameot and Anchor
Cup shoot, between Barh Pi
ndad and Brttasn Guiana. To
\,iense* for tins tour .
-omnwttee ha* been :tpriointed to
Trance cake sales and ...
neair of r;usinr I
it tee is lookn .
llpport of the public
T.C.A. Engineer
MR. AND MRS. ROSS MAC-
KENZIE . a 0 then two
UnaaWan Raathat nod Si

erday for C'ana T \
"Xpeet to be away for about three
1 who If
- < gnghteer Is on
lOUda} V.1-* raUef, Mr. Paul
Papiiii.il. airlved from C >
aatak.
PosiDd Degree
AT an axanunwUon
held it
re on -lune 22ml t lh
College "f Musi,. Mi F. c. God-
-hird of I-idge U"-' '
passed his Ass.Ki.ite Degree .,n was admin
Victoria Collage i Mu
don lie :.- Ui% I
E. Dalaley, "f Bayei Co
Church.
EVAN & W1HTFIELDS
_______________YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220
lit/ Hut tw are going to SHOW! about
this GREAT FILM. .. Opening
GLOBE
I IHIIAY All.. :iisi
PidwOLaiiiiM
FabicijMedaiB
fcaapl U*m j DWUtOSMM
IKIDW ONLY 4.10 A N.I5
< ..liinihi i Double
Allt HOSTESS"
uilh
Rou FOHDE C.I.m.u IIENnY
Ml
".Mr. SOFT
TOVVII "
with
GLENN FORDE
II O V Y
TO.DAV to TUFSIIAV
4.45 A 113 p.m.
^"""VWh^ZZT
\lr.i ^-reet Short -
A DAY WITH THE
F.B.I.
HltlMSDAV and TillHM1
< M 1.16
Columbia DraMr -
ChariM STARRETT
Smllw BURNETT
"ACROSS THE
BADLANDS"
and
KING OF THE WILD
HORSES"
Pi.-Mrn FOSTEB
Dip B.n WILLIAMS
Arllon and Thrill.
for an extended run
ario Lanza who thrilled the
nation with "Be My Love"!
This bijf new musical,with 27 exciting song*.
lells the slorv of famed Caraso.
who iij! his way from a
owly tavern to the
top of the world I
M-G-M
Ikr Hen in IfatsArai ..-.-
CARUSO
TrXTlNiCOLOR
_ MARIO....." ANN
i;,anza-Blyth
DOROTm' URMII.A BLANCHE
KirstenNovotna- Thebom
\oiim:
To Take Up N?w
Appointment
MH W A C HI! I NTl-AHT.

>e-ga operatu^
IMi lefl
T I

Montreal Taking over
frc.n Mr Stuart is Mr. Harold
I by hi*
arrived
Short Holida>
A

" i. haw n to spend
1 i 'lui^v with ItU
.
Joanne Johnson, daucthti'i of Mr.
11. H. Johnson.
une plane
and Mrs. Gerald Mr-
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Mr. T Km.*
To Be Married To-morrow
MIS.-, DOROTHY ROn
Oaugaaai at lb and Mrs,
W. A H.m>. of Iloi.-niary," 9th
BettevlBe, left for Canada
TCA.
Tomorrow night at 7 ..'clock she
M N i.i
i "t Ml .trivi Ml
lev Edwards of "CUf!
Fontabelle. Noel recentK lafl
Barbados to settle in Canada.
With Caroni Ltd.
MR KKini ROBBtTS eome
in on BWIA's fliaht from
Truudad > ml Hull J morning to
s|>end a eouplr iif weeks holi-
day with relatives at Hmd-bui v
Hoad. Keiin i- aitSI Caroni Ltd.
in TTinidad.
| \>\ ;he same plane
C A. Saver of
CodrtngtOl had been
in Trinidad for 10 dig
U.S. Vi.it
IBAVntQ by BW.I.A's. morm* g
^ flight on Fridav fm Ihe is
via Antigua Ml -! A. Ilar-
\
C rifflth or "Chftou Ter...
,.er Bay Street.
has gone there
I treatment vh
mpanl
, irk city
With U.B.O.T.
MID MRS FRED LEWIS
arrived (ram Trinidad yes-
ntna to spend I
Ing a: the
Hotel Royal They wi.
their two d I
i
gtneer with D.B.OT.. Poll
Retired Inspector, Schooh
MR FREDERICK W.CHH1STO-
P:ihR. Inspector o| Schools.
St. Kitt Nevis and AnguiPi has
an aa an
inspector
i.i holidaying In
en route to the U.S.

tiremenl. He is a guest of Rev.
j. ii Winter of "Wtota*** ronta-
belle.
i Mko
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FARM AND
GARDEN
By AGRiCOLA
Imf 1 in i orii
INDIAN 1 ..11 ,
generall* ipeehtng, 1
, tha W< wiring nit-
War efT n
M <- n production u 1 j..:.. o-
i in hava
*tanti*l pfOgrtOi In Ifaia direction.
it is nuw reported iii.ii
is iiki'lv v.. bo 1
iU reqou-
Jor sjgjort. IV

effect Any setback, we hope
1

as a whole. The natui


Inrge >n:
crop except [01
valor e/g
mixed productions; (or u*e In the
boOM dietary and
principal)) i*'i
surplus beinit
stage for roasting, botl
for soup (and araal
oup) u well
Rtnte for
rather ICJXCO an
high priced .nitnU-
most pj:t
Aithout
that attention t H5 manuring and Mod
as Is usually follow.-.-.
(
the total prodt*'
ncre and annual

;.i>lc. if production
siderably
may lustily (hut 0 1
'in jpplO.i.ll will
paiy arlth ampfa at on
tennis*- flsy,
drying end itoi
lo prevail'. 1'-'
neat, InM I
provision of modern
methods. In tli.
k noted that Tl
siderhiK the Don
voting part of tl
BM kiting of
pio'.l.K'T,on of local
'
d advantageous!) for
arhlen now llgure large-
ly it. haporta. In common with
"in meal
feM Dia doh U
1 dOUDt, in the

port Fdi
imported
by-product,
propofi
....

* '1 '........ ,....
bet* under
various trade names and used
: try purposes. IbOM
1 :
n aritn the producu of
Hit and cotton lti,iu>-
ie,it advantage nf the
POrtCd in meal is
Keeps and, 111 applying
I by-product
should b< : ..! in the
United Stales, lbs priocip
I I
(coding
11 bog bang the
laxgsari consumer, sfo reoenl
able in this con-
. I .ir eaataaaa bi
m ie of too
I'.t.ii (inp goes miii annual pro-
as grain
'1 rjbic, tin re-
1 tract con-
I ims with
., ,..
1 mi by ingccnul Bout
mills. Among by-privi;
starch ai I ip which,
ctltor of
Corn ia
pertaal crop in the
.
- 1
.mount than any
roal grain cultivated.
(jar-demm; hints
for amateurs
Till: GAasJftBM IN At GUN
U lllMKNrS
I .u I1.111-1 Lilies
nthurluma, tha I
ot late r*
rtaacMb giouina in pensile rtty.
' )..i Wllltei VUUtOn I-'.

tin* beautiful Uly is -
arreatha,
1 t Lib 11
aacd extensively for all
'ion
Propagation
The Kochaiist Uly ts grown
from Bulb. Plant the Hi.in
1 tirely under
1 it 1 an
. d In '!'> kb"I gardo
. pot. .i Uib.
1 '. tir
i..d spring.
PaeJttetg

.'hatlu pOaltHM
Wind. Tliee
I I uii.elil.il tlliiud
- wii pot in the muwi
.. position, the. t.,-.. .,
long Unas to settle down and
foal "al home". So do not be
discouraged ft* they an
-t.irlmg to flower. Ano*:..
It n. said thai they flower best
when the Bulbs have
..ml oaconM caaaa-pnekad In pot
< beii. and that lakes some ti.ne.
and oaaj be the cause of their
. lanaaaaa
Treatment
II t ijhes requl 1
special tree Una nt, and. ai long as
the puurt appears banltt
dark-green glossy leaves, it is
best l<-ft alone. It has been said
thgt BlICharM UuM flower all the
year round, but '-U
accepted Idea Is that the flowering
t Easter 1
MarchApt il
The flowers Hie boine on long
thick green auvna nd the pure
white bloonij. lather lilt and
"jx. iii ufanuano*, abate* at
|. .
1 1 one stem
These Ulies last well in water
and any bud InM 1- suilieiently
. ., ad will open aftei il hag
been picked and kept In awatar
RiK 1 aautlfu) when mixed with
Anthurtums, Tube-roses and
Quean Aim'- La
11 \\\ sin \\
Ml ~l->' \\ t
More

. 1

oiket .
-sod
,., p



1 1

opening *


1
rearm \m w
, .
about an .
top and 1
rnarkhaga I









1
wiM .. ..-Ik on of tbi ;
' <>t in.
dng for th



pu
. .,. I
making both and i
hi* the

idth v-t t
i.,.lf Inch but t1
|o sun tin
Cut both thick]
enaegly In the centra c4
an inch of l then cut
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collar. ]
rxcenfl
lo 1
I x*t mixture, ol whcrevvi
buj up .. be
Achlmenes. tint Une the Basket Bs
Rupert and the Sorcerer11
-4-4
Droppn.. 1 By II"" sn no *a>s. llwt'''
ind keepi"* durp loah 90 VCiau
Ruptri w- %, up lb ...
h( o-ighl rioi M
obftrt. "It ml') is 4 k '
uucrr." Il- '" P*'
un 11 br Jv-i, Sad how r.....I hn Ipm on thn
Achimenes
'i ii. those banning
tl Panay like flow. 1 an
regarded as |
. Baafceta, god 1
Baeheat. But
ei can also be grown
with equal success In Window-
boaea, in Rock-gai lei
1 RhM in a bed. The t!
Vi r) lik<* an Englisli 1 1
- I--, and 1 an !- hao 1

ihadea of mauve in i
pink
Prnpayutioii
ie propagated by
mail Tubers, any liny one ol
which will grow Sometimes .1
t-epnng "ill be foun.l
which appear* to have no lubcc
-1. had oolj a r.-.v iiuu- rooia.
rbaea llttla plants do equally well
when planted out.
Treatment
Achimeiies grow aagU) 111 in.
thickly with Coca
nig it uii up the
huh- above the rim il
Put in .1 layer of mould,
a few TuIhts about Uh
and aMei pn b
1
through U 1 1


plant the rest of the Tub
the (Op 1
- <:
so keep Minn moist.
1 .

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I
I
1


Aehmiencs will So<
II 1 planted until thi I
down But f'.i the b

\
' ering ||W l
die dOWl
*>,ti the Tubers left to iet. AHer
that the llasket 1
i ut an I 1
Then the H ik<
with fresh mm
ted again.
1 1. I- nld 1.....
p
I'n-itioii
Athimen. | will 1

lappled shade to be -' m 1
..
. win 1 ao
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needs no preparsuoa or *pr ul rimes. In tubes, the handy and
he forr* Aiwkwiy sac.
there's more fon m in
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Gets the
Dirt out
of WORK CLOTHES
foster and easier than ANY Soap!
Yot, KAH even in the 1 r will not
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(juieKl.Y too. For v..... dainty thing! or hoavhM
whkIi- um PAB...putll in CO-DAY.
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rti i i if Fir*
Crick ptntd
.
Hng.
t OLLEGI .s. POUCB ond with is
l'..lirr M I. Burk,. .fYMP.C and K. B
r.ii-.- if-* | hi Warren .,( Carlton bagged five
pul
I

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tc 114 run. (or tn loss Off
-.cts .
'
H .:.. i ening ;.i
CU11 gilt .1 U
. :
. ;!h Jo
if..- ton and -i at
I
-
bowler*. Durii
Bun ll' ired three
lor 28
*
M.rw in .1
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dimus* Holier for UM
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FIRS! W.I WIN

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STOUUITY


: i.'i.iu more time* t"un i can

looi
Fill I
TKII l II. XVI KS

r
. I ke rrluxned the
fiRures of 12.5 O.. 2 M.. 39 R., 5
I 28 R.. ft W. R Aurtio.
00 wh<. took I tor 37. bowled well
I y- t Cnrltun, N S
Uxc*m. taking 3 f.r 35 and K
i 5, turned in usc-
|l-i f..| r'.jncC*.
SPARTAN \. BMPIRI
woertei ;:.
tmpirr ur Z wkU.) it
I
owli i .\ Holder "i
.... .
i
Ible lor puttinK
'
with 8
need II

rivals.
1 down )ual over .'
of which 5 were maiden*.
i took 3 of
run-. th.' wicketi for 15 runs He sent
ren including ft maid-
None <>( U..... ever i
, ..'. until 2.30 p.m
figures wen a rrl ol ihc rrdn afleete Ryer. th<- iklMpei i m eipecieJIj the
?haw 12. n.,,1 :...! been cafe with the outllela wnei
l-ck Be i "1 PUddloi coulrt be wen
i-oh,.. wm,id doubUevl] be n.won " <" f"f ffW"
ben bowhi uut for leu iuru(. ^ l" bal on a wicket whleh
Muny eetchta i
CoUoge look the
ovldent (ran the
Intended Having a go ^t I
i era w]
rgainit them, C -v Bn
i uru in .i
laaurdd
-'. ukei
i rnewhat impaired, prov-
iii to havi no tarrori for the bats-
Spartan Bill
A. Aiknis and A ii.,
B tan innings to the
S. Rud-
way Mr executed hU i
i brought on
ihe bowlli
Ing neta.
. ..
i- ten I
fcvec. .brouKM .......
change bowler Klnch uxik the
t.j h.
N HaiiMtnl
n i
lad
o
nradsha*
ind Muiiiiia conuaan
bowl

bi
: King and
H. I'Tii' These iifinanded a grcal
the then turning
wicket, bul it was left to fast

for his
met fimt got in front of
OUt for a
ore might
i biRger had nol
noai he ; i !
e ball from going io thi-
>n a lew occasions. The
il,
i. v Harris p.innon.i AAkuu
ul,'n i single added to
iw was n i' the total
By<
to- two l
t iRLTON vs. Y.M.IM.
Oarken via and (wtthoerl io*t> II
M i-i 71
nd wlckrt-kcri.
n no mistake. H
taken.
resumption Skipper
went out with Atkin-
" ood form from
' i I

d | 'i ., i. when Atkins
Rock. Induced to corao rorwerd ha
. -.! -i and was
: with 12 to Ills
ISO run v \ i i BUl and Waleott
........ the icort before
. ,icl.vrry from
bi wicket-
i . i
, .. .
Bowlers tin Top ,h,- been
ThP bowlen vere on top i ide In <* minutes. With the
m ttie itay :itkI fOV Wall iitt who |
l< the par( was
C. McKonzto and C. Whib for 17. made
he two best nipportlng iniiiiu1.' in ;i"-i gyle. Tho remaining
UOQ by scoring 30 and 29 batsmen offered little resistance
1 V U PC, <>' l"r
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Dial 129
Thl vhdt of the West Indies team to A '''l.'Vi
rticle bs the Rlghl Hon. Herbert v. Evatt, K.c. m.f..
IS in the IM9 Wi i
He v.i tes
; I on all
wealth and I
DKIHTV IVM.S VIlWS
WHAi i .-ii to tato. "A
t Commonwealtn
.
and huii i n d In uov t 1 [land and south
rtt
"I Hunk we '(l OWii
ike the thie A combination lances, aome adventitiou-'.
England t-oth in \ 1946-47 nnd in
FORTUNATE
Acs; i: m | able, nol only
to era Illness, bul to show a great
form The rapid approach ol Arthui
to the cbu f Wi
fur many
omethlng like the guarantee of n>-i stort- smmltancouBiy
n helped
in ihr laoj ran naaaa oalngi ilwmya area np "i"1 >i'ulii iare
in m iii.n in nve rearm* baao, the erirhet maremaoy wtthbi the rtritnii
ealtt will ni have passed le the Weal Indlesf Whal a boon
that woedd be, even >f ealj ti drive hm- tiie loaaeai in rrirket it is
. > an alt ill mih ,,t lanlv ..t tit. Owl ..r i>1 HydttOJ or Melbourne."
Jo ma tea n Derby H in ner
Hough I Loca fly
By BOOKIE
f*HE news thai u> .:, Drain win-
i ssb) bought by Mi M | R

Raa Ing 1'u-viously
inneri have been sold to
Trinidad whllt of the first
winners of thi clsMie, Saraband, was sold. I
believe, to Grenada. This is the Oral ttaae fa
that a Jamrdcan Derby winner has bein told to ownership in
Darbadoi
rhmen that has been
lought Wltl Ihetr winning tht nee. It will there-
lore be Interesting to warn if this tuiy win complete the racing
vason In Jamaica or Whi come immediately to Barba-
oos to race at our November meeting before going on to Trinidad for
the Chrlsh lumoured to be $5,000
..nd while this H a rec I l-ought in Barbados it
is not as much as *..* paid for such as Raphael or Footmark, both
doa Derby winner Sweeper II
who was sold to Mr. C. L. Treslrail of Trinidad in 1*45 for $7,000.
I am not conversant With Ember*1 term In Jamaica, except ilia:
s!ie won the Derby and Oak:., but now thai Uh will bo coming for
the Ttini'- This rar. The
installed as a
i.vourile '''* tl1'1 's'-"'
i ivounte U ll<>( Wishes with a particularly
strong repu DO the Barbados Derby early
inli month while at loogi .other Jamaican
1 tl i 'I'm
DURING tin next low i Mad | i ..nts may
i. in think diffi thai time we should be on
bettei thie
I in in place In the betting. In
. to do this at all because what
ale was not up to much. But no one in their right
. ..Id say thai i... Jamaican Derby
this year she must auton erne favourite for the Trinidad
lJerbv as well.
Of eourSC OM Ol the striking lunilariUes about every Jamaican
Trfnidad classified above B class is that they have
all been ft bred In that Colony. In fact
I vciv m "I vei> Jamaican racing season is that it
i. ii of champions. Up to now I have
gallon Embers has in Jamaica as a
threc-year-oid but 1 know sin was rated as one Of the lop two-year
olds in 1950 according to Jamaican cor-
.
,;ood horses have been
sent Iron. luce the advent of the Brown Bombet
and Commando II but ti lean about
which WOP champloni and which were not. Unlike
Jamaica wi along quite well with our fair share
of good ones and bod i i /" while our champions may not have
i>ecn rrequi is why it has
.- to pick on! I be n i* also why we
teal '.hat In 1981 the Jamaicans will have to be of the ears
best if they hope to beat Best Wishesif sin
TIIK CIPRIANI MEMORIAL
THE lil<; A CLASS RACE ll AJ
know i
-. 7 i n horses
which were arigJ kroong then wore Men versatile
performers as Devon Market. Nan TUdOr, Blue Streak. Sam
. and Mark Twain who have all shown that Jhey COmbinO
I ight amount of -I to a race of this
nature. There were alto the m Lupmui and Tuiiley Bella
who gave similar promise In tl I i 1 i war, bit ..
bad patch when Nan Tudor. Sunny G klOn Quip were-
withdrawn and further misfortune whi ppoarad on tho
in the actual running i' from a lack of rivalry
when the English form idieuloui
manner and both Mai k Pwaln and Footrn -. ran i ,..n> pounds below
their i--s' terra. I .. pr* a
md efh i ti> ing su tor six fm .. it a till ate fa i'' honoatj that
he only gave In to lb) LU1 'i tUm a dour struggle
: i thai Mr. Taaa nr* ind second places
C m race, a dlatlncUoa which must make bun real very satisfied
. |... ill) go t" tiiink thai ROW old Blue Streak is post hit
best, he has QSM :
nd came second in hi*
fourth at the recent Trinidad June meeting, has therefore shown that
hii form al thai fixture thai in. He la, i understand.
., line upstanding colt However, with w many ol the beat in A cla*.-
ofl form perhaps it wouhd mtll next Saturday when
ho must take on Nan Tu v rurioagaj baron we
ow much be i' worth Incidentally he will have to
tare 9 II That, I think, will take
lolng;
pOR THE real i ng '' Arlma I think the meat
Mr bnportant featui d thrt es, one of
^^^iich, it was sal. '' having to !* deitroyed. Quite
iranklv I am surprised tl '"' (all. In the Oral rw
wie lO. lu Hn wriaal II, and in the (ti Of cow MArima,
ram dy and that is: a new
refuse to move. Pew would believe
that onl> .. from ill vor> ime track there are COplOUS
than bush and all as t
I | .....:.. V. .
; arable quasi
Meanwhile horses continue t. '.II. DO Injured or COUlOd; jockeys
i the public is squeezed
Into the raeliing la that racing ha*
long out grown. A situation calculated to make far more poopli
of leaving racing than coming Into '. whether to own or bet on horses.
IT IS not wlthi ul I the form of the three-
id Gold Pin and and I gating performance by
tne half-hr. mg in the Y. De Lima Trophy
these two horses have forced n I Lflbrant conclusions. First
II in obvious that Baby Oil the excellent form which ana
has now shown EOT a ll *be is still improving.
No matter how she mOUl ... ntlnuW 10
ndly the three year-old <;"' Union Park 11 I
ind at On bini Craol with the horso
i ,: r : S; o
beating in addition weight Gold Pin is a
chestnut "ias. Although he was
then backward he ahowod a uood deal of promise Now 1 see he Is
living up to it I think b* .....i the Darby who will
i formidable i ocond i trlng.
Lastly unarily high dividends
which were paid i tlylnthi Pari-Mutuel at Arlma throuah-
. ii the entire day, The averagi rai $17.05
for the tirst places. Fen the Forecast it was $890.29 for the first six
s:viiid
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Anniversary Gifts
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SIMi\ MlVlK \ l I
l-M.I I IVI
BDOS WATER POLO TEAMS
Men 9g Team Has
Strong Defence
By Paul Fo$$er
THE BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAMS which Will
Trinidad on a nine-day lour next month were chogejfl
i- evtntag. Both teams have met with gen-
iten some criticism of the
keepers for the men's team ond the i
Nothing however has heen said about the
I Tim Yetrwood fmm the teanv
no doub'
e ventral ^"'g made over watei |
\ mtm erich* n football* IS*
ha -.. v rua nnnit alri 'h:il Quite righ'
It isn't crh kei or football Wall
bare to stay, rasing i
y throughout the Wr'
the 1
tM.n.u..*. .,.ju has sent ou*. .
that either leeler, to in* a-.iwiu. *~..,f
i .1 irdan lion "Can we emu >
ft u " As soon as the Ti
Evelyi mill tow i- ovor this question will In
| : D Vincent ha
mine condition lbs EkBitadoi Association For -
ll. ,i. Year- MM of Uw rules of water
i pretty much in p*'^ Michael Hanacbtll Oron-
n and Yearwoi i hgricultun
.' i. i...
mad i38. is planning to net the came
tm bun tha sdgo. Then going down than. Hun
- case. ;.-
: " rules.
Disadviintaire
the Barbadoi ascoei-
I'l.AWIM. Till: ATTACK


**? .janaPt dta M J \. ^v Mr -dP fc""mLjf... lsV i a Jil'dtrM JH Boa*! f 'v 3 "~^*aoY ^"iiil m rmmW
AUC 26 NO. 186
The Topic
of
Last Week
vSTOPPAHO
' QUICKLY
with Phonic...
Thi.- u not a game of ftmngats bat eiiiht m*mi>eih or tin- Lsdiw Watas Polo leant olsoning tl
attacks on a tehis-sies orator polo *i. in saoafauao tor hmu nnwtnut win. i
in Tnmdad i."\* mouth.
Una left to right arc Mary Kuubt. Barbara Hunt* and J**n Mundlw f*i'i
I chandler. Peggy Pltchi-r (Captain) Jill Oale and Ann |oh M
: i tall on September ll\h
i pnvitU' club it
do-
lie to see the game on
few
Mono. Tin.' ib a dJjtinci dl
tage to the gnme Next yeai
bowavor tha association
ning '" ' '
would like to stari
wuh Jordan not hem h* any
I .
no of
of the Swordnsh |-,!l> "n'1 ? ?* can
and had he nut I. ft ho '" orgiinisacl with matches pUyo
I v. boon ; r,,hvr *e Harbour Police pic.
(with the permission <>f Uh Con -
missioncr >, or at somt otbtr fat -
Kivkv S'eleelion ourable spot, in addition ti
f. II the Aquatic Club.
Wnlle t;ikmg all these bow: toi
Qoofl f To thO Water Polo Association.
no to ralkWO would only be fair to mention
Ince. I n co-operative is tM
1 tho management of the Barbados
.'...' Club. They li.
. back-Unc ovor*thing possible to
roth oSoac man hownvor havo running of tha game on)
arda bofora, and aooctatlon. During tours and ai
!vcs. ony time the association has or-
Wlth tin' tinw these two ganised dances to nlso I
could rv v in tho far- have always allowed the atsocla-
ward lino, But with Jordan's i)Uri to take one hundrci pO) eenl
k> of the gate money. Without thi
eo- Deration tho Barbados Water
With Ycaiwuod in the team Polo Association would not lie In
as a ptrmononl back. Foster tho stronu position they are todgv
..
Olympic Commiy

Olympic Games due i i
: i.
h
for the Ti
Folio-.. . V.
ladies
Peggy PMeher (M>< C
rin: max.
ki:i:i'i:h
i oulil Spend tho remainder of
noontoostag on
'.. ii
tlonal match in the back line.
Afllliutrri
Veoterthj in Hoi '
niC of the Federation Imernoiior-
Thcre hai been no criticism of ale de Natation Amateur, one of
tho Ladles team which almost tin- Items on the ngendn was th%
ffUhttlon of tha Barbados Amn-
re going teur Water Polo nnd Swimmm;:
rin: i oim ums
l-it to li.ll: Hill. Manning, right wun-r. Ken Inrf. VIOS r^pUi i
and centre-forward. Helberl BannUlei. Irlt "iimrr and Foster \ilm km g4g>| cllhcr * a forward or a bck.
A few iiunoi jUon to tins mternatmni|
i, ndled until the body. Tim lion will bo
bod, will now i >>' one ol lbs Itsi I w tho flrst >f
i nod out and by the tune tho amateur BSaOCiallons which
I, then should be m't at the rocontl) form
i i onlttae i i boi on*
ihem. -it-i lo then parSAt intciiiatnm >1
n member assoriatlon ot
: oonunlttos must do Ihu
are sacring "Why sll Uus i bef..... ths sommlllos can become
Left is Maurice Foster Barbados
Number one gu4lhc-|ier. Right;
Albert Weallierhrad. rrscrte -o.il-
(.eeper and MoSnafSf.
it the beginning: of tl
tho short spaci
and a half n ont'r
of the bi || ,i quick
forcing shoi
line weii. ...
..in bo one of Bsi
*,
I1;
Fried, croslthail (11 i
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3
Lagu< .
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Jill lialr i Mil
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break up
rd" movem

ti t-bacl
Bornlln Warrrn (tl). Another
newcomer to the >; n
bvason. who loo]
from the a contn

bock-lln.

swim through u

Mar4 Knlghl il4). VounKesi
r the
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mfancv
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Marion l*>h>r (tl). Hoi pQSi-
|
B :ll 0/OU
i oi contn foi

anil handias thi boll an IL
Jean Chandlrr tlfti
ol las Borbodos t< >m
.....
.i, in .
bockline. Has a powrrful Shot
.
blgfa She goo i u Una
and "ill lx- me of .he thorns m
PhfUta t nanoirr ill).
will line up i i ''i,
wing. Shoots with f/01
i.

. mcmlx" to pbR?.
I -coring.
B i bar. Iluulr JT ). One <
the UsfO goal keepers. Ncwcomi
weii ihroughoul the
gasps COM ',] under atUek
but must reiniiiibci to cover he
goal when saving -thots taken
from ti.i Bud.
Ann F-okMrin i!7>. The other
goal-keeper. Was the Barbodn
custodian during Trinidad1 rial
hero last root Cai got wen .u*
of the water but must concentrate
i Bold not
ved.

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Lofl to right) firrard Jordan il.* in llie back line, oi rrwrvo
farward "Boo" Pallsrasn. the as...... is eenln haal 0 ffgi MseLau
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BOWUXO ANALYSIS
11 Hill 1 1
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inn Kihi t> Omm
T.'Hdsi* H*I mil
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tow] in<; anai ran
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tout- >- W On

Ui-I ll> W ii.|,|j
Sands Has Lost
Nothing In Cash
By Going To U.K.
Kinxld. By liKORGr VMIIIIS.. I i, ,11 never lurgei Lays crck
______, ,._ M >e fought back lo galunlly
Sand.. Empire ml ,: .ng.r) > Laulo Papp in
Milan this yearthe performance
OAK
has a flavour of
FRESH COWS MILK
champion, i
back to A
i pique at not having
the opportunity of u shot at the
world chimpJnship. or of pa -
ting up .1 lucrative . r, |
En pi ft- crown
Ill-founded BjdHri
country was rcspon
Sands not having Bfl
light with Randolph Turpm Mn
liisi month- ;i situation
to Randolph <
champion at the expense of
Sugar H.t\ ttfa Dm*
himself in the minor rote >* owr*
weight winner against Aineeiart
jown,
with Turptn'i
Jkl the Sugar Ray return begin-
ning next week. Sand's chanc* of
world Mams can be written down
neiiligible at the moment, but
to highlight
vlorv
hat gained the Ixtndonet a best
ihe Furopean
-hip..
ohm as the
Italian peculator! iIhk1 thiall
approbation our Aide haajwd
kg at me
and whispered : They I
B'doi \\ ater Polo
Tram Selected
hi
in lWtf -lid IMU-
slippery opponent tnis
Daa"wto hp'ajattPf faihatanUgJ >". p'aying by guile rainor than
ronsoUti nIn cash. by strength
Oiu/ln Kvrlyn (151. AlthoiiKh
Saml- camp !.. Britain with a
unajntt dmmhM
po i
I ..ul
i UU i"N n
..... lb* IIOMt
I llll.lM U !!>..!
Wilktr r kpt wooa. a w
. ggt
Ml Ailkr. i.b*>Pl
H i
v.. ?ftp. *
a analysis
m M hi no 00.07, standing itvu
** Mat inch** and wMoAtng Mt
L 11 im-ib for a* ...
.....}'!\, *2K .''"" nwbttei d i
!' the Harrlfon CoUoga winrnmni
i- 1, in goo,I
'l'- ditlon and .. promtalni youm
player.
Hill' Mannlnc 117-. Will t>
during the lour. HM
.: polo hue
I9M and hi the captain of the
Harrison College team Twtea
\ Ludorum In the Hen loan
qualit spurts, is an ag-
forward and combines
w, :i with Bannister and luce.
Mjurtre Foster <*> i
one goalkeeper. Has play-
. welf thLs season and lit.
performance In the trials was tops.
pfeeiM-T.
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BOW1 HQ ANALYSIS
.ii* pal
Ibw Kinx
kpr Wood 1
i. m well
Ihul Brown; uv fought Booth
at Uii -
mlngliam i i
hat bow bci 'i i rnnteed hn>
IheV lii gagement at Earls Court on -
..-.-with ex-world i*arnp- ^1-1-^
m JUu UMotti high o ih<- hst *-'
a li opponents.
Neithi-r the BlrmlngbU
the Earls Court commitment
dangers Dave s title,
returns homo In too kuturnn he
1.HI I'll Ih- Empire .hamp.on ^t,rlwl ,a lhe nw
and with the same .mount of v,ft a and nas alw
purse-money in the ba-w
hd exposed hlstlHe to tht- ft.ving v ((or nd aIways g(. ,,..;.
i Randolph Turpm. ,. M||
Neither Md Brown nor heeey- xlhrrl HMthrrhMl1 (33). Re-
v.eight Johni Hils for lliai,v
sparmates who put Turpm m ,s now j^j, onc o( Ul(. lo(j
trim for lhe humblm. , i(1 custodians. Oldest
.11 be in Rudolph"! i mp >I1V. :i,.r o( !h,. 1mmt ,1(1 wlll ,lNl,
or lhe world championship re- ., M.inager. Started playing
lurn in New York on SOOti all r ^^ 1,^^,,,.,, 1937 ,!
1936 Joined the army and weal
.s during the war returning
to !, i:>;ulos in 1946 and >' I
-
Qerart Jardan (221. Turnec
nut in the bwk line for Sword-
. __ tish --lis year and nlonirr will-
Warwickshire r.rrn lor hi ; r.. champlimhlB itunipl :.a;..i > -.. II* Wn pUjw
nWkOudMI liuiie- 1 M ........ lOTlbOUl lour years
heavy-weight in London
By BOUKJOIS
, \ POWDER ROUCI 1 1 K
CREAM VANISHING CkEAM
At *
both
tune it HWked I
Ight have boon In the
^, Turpm leion. but Johnny and
tie) have decided that bualnoi
icre must have priority.
William" fettling
-vimmer and 1
it H
. v. yrw 10.
1 W Tudor

Toial IAm -i "i-
otic for I. H IntilM .

September
Brown fights Uoyd Barnett iit
Ptirthcawl on August .'
dale with Donni
Powell, and Is talking U I 1
.mother engagement at Binning-
Mii recfiong to pocket ah-u- [..... """
rlJOO from these three fights- JJE1^
Cannot Control Rising Of Prices
. .

Mr w E Curtis, < 1B B

' Bti D
\ 1 tot the to
wber
aid on Wetlin- oej
HOnduru
continue in.
- lopped 'df du
tight
1 bit above the rate for
parring partners, even or
.Mild championship job
Here ll welcome news fOT Ul
nmateufi picked to i>ox
1* is 1 good
tha ill well.
Average age of the met
is ;t.c
TftO teams leave Barbados 01
19th by the i.awitnr
returning nine rlayi later by the
-nm" shin During the local
luintQili
Hill


U I .....
.IN. / ,.. both arrlvwd In Trinidad hriiain against the USA .
"Inth. Jamaica on the) second log Wombley on August 21 ah i..-.
.....' "' Trinidad not of Utelr rlslt to Ue Colonies whoes ABa champion, has accepter the
1 I MOT. :- In LondOO are looked ifRht-middlr-wei^,! plaot. Thai
I- Knowlei who ''" '> control ovei afUf !-> the Crown Agem- means an end to dressing-room
in keting ot pricee, which ..... nv.
I 0 I '""" the w>.i. 1 1 iticials1 wlU remain hare with a Cockney wit shariem-i
or raw material, the vast until August 30. when they will on |(, PUBlomcri of lhr f. ,,
raff rnrne, and leave for British ctulana. Darb..- (nn, v,;ill n1 c|lcuea !.
piling," Mi .1 W N0111 mi., (lieniidj. St lAieia. St. Kilts, ,..1V1,I1. rn, rorTri.,jvP fur Ihn
tf Inspecting ] Uitlgun, Brlosh Honduras and hutt-trtllai that flutter round ih<
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medlatoly before
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"Pick-Me-Up" Tablets


RI'NDAY. UT.I'ST M. 1951
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I'M.I -l.M N
Al Tlir I iiii in.i
Another Woman
V. H.
Over tlM Ll "lu'iv bbjSjVM
'Us have been women's namei Mrtl tsTB
had Rebecca, followed by Laura, then Jav>. MueVlrinr and
L'llcn. Quite a family of j*trls with at least three
embroiled In psychological problems
ELLEN, now playing at the less. intcre5ting entertainment.
Empire is. I would say. a bettw well directed *d well acted,
than average? psychological thriller b*pi
whose wi-11 tuncealed mystery ,Mt; **** ast-AI-
keeps the audlOSWej guessing light THE BIG STLAL now showin*
d. The plot u plain mm ' ' " '* according to his
[full* iirve),.,-.,i |n mUUltf '"". Robert M.tehunV* best tllin.
,<. till| I have not Been it. but from what
I can gather it is an
The story COM9TO young mv,,llv melodrama involving the
' aM el an Am.v payroll. Based
In a motor MB* I ba. n a Morv |nB. . , ,h(.
fore their wedding. During the s-tu.day fcvenlng Post |y Rkhagd
that follow H .ho mni )s ,.|krn ,m
U occur which result in hi* ,.,... and ,ho h
bc-Binning to .loub hi- ..yhy 1S M(d to ^ .
while his ricnds feu i S|11.,,d ac.iori falfe .
paranoric. 11 .s not until the ar- infused identilies all help to
. youilj woman.who s u deep,.,, xht rnyatery. while a sur-
who fulls in ..ng Rivca an uneKpcrl0(|
with him. thai he begins to realize (
dentf"
reality, been deliberately Wi:. Bob- .1 , ar%> Mai
planned by an enemy. Digital <;,,,. William DglliHs and Pa trie
10 his east, the two ui them Knowles. while Ramon Novarro
find the answer to. all his bad luck makes a re-appearance after
and the solution is presented in several vears seel union
B unexpected dramatic climax
COIM'r'.K CANYON
The leading roles are well At the Globe. COPPER CAN-
played by Robert Young and Betas YON teams Kay Milland and
Uiake. whose performance! WO H,dv LssnSffT in an ecis*
and convincing M ,:, Technicolor. I can't
Dra*e Is not on.. .na1. r,n exactly in love wilh
but her speaking void . delightful to hear In U tal] this kind, but ll
-nt oupporluig i>u. Henry U.Nr.l ic,i-tiv be drawing cards for thai
has a new type of char;* r r lh(. ,ub|ir wn m|Kht
He buna* all his veteran otherwise by-pass a We-tern. The
skill while Florence Bates, John p|o; concerns the activities oj a
Sulton and Moms OemOVah? group of Confederate veterans u.
round out the an Arizona smelting town in poet-
A large portion of the film was ClvlI War days. who ar- g.\.-n
l ol i tori shrift bv the NorUwmen
. iU jagged rocks Unable to get their ore smelted.
and pounding aeas and soim un- the Southerners enlist the aid of
usual photographic effect" have a Captain who is travailing with
been achieved, which together a side show as a trick gunman.
with musical background L.keii The situation is taken In hand.
from selections of music by nd arter several bloidy eneoun-
Tsehaikovskv. heighten the teu*io ten, the unscrupulous N
and atmosphere of the film. While
Tin \ \\ ant To
\Ieel The
Princess
*. JAMB.S COOPER
V/ABftUN
THB m et popular telephone
.iriiU-i m Wiuttitnglofi now is
Hobert HO, bavauae only the
i : la., letters are dialled I MO.
the number of the British Em-
-*>
The hoctaaaea. are etioarung. a*
enly they can, for invitations to
meet Princess Elisabeth and
Prince Philip on their visit on
October 24-20 Democratic"
.i> eali A meal
town, aouth -if the Iraenn feion
Lino, and is more protocol-minded
. v RuritaiUen Bt
M bji manj unwiittan ruler
as th* t. naeantj end

IU> LMO it kept buy
by callers, polite, but pointed.
i lr right to meet the
roya] couple, at least at the
eoty that Ambassador
Sir OUver Franks is ,-*...
h-obrr
I mindful of '
bjk kg Couirege,
when the Hutu -uJ u.. v*-i
[W. DM tall, aloof
ambaaaadMi :. .,u.,, for the whole,
I h.ihd*yin>! with his
t Nantucket
Alan jfanUT&wn
Wire Itohwin.. an
in- ousted fn a final f.how-
nol ui> lo the standard of
Rebecca." ELLEN is. n.v.-i thi-
CROSSWORD
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1. round In the i
. Una oarrir._ t7i
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I, Portrav the spen aa birds. {>
tl. Oet UM ptp for nothlnc hut
IIIIRIT. (Ol
to. rrror eo ellr mane.
11'. relied out unfed. HI
It. Sacred reformauoD. (S|
14. Workalrap of Uie eiU*t. rm
17. Ant* chnnge. H)
)V. Mum aiavtiury dlsit. (*l
21. Coloured Jrultv cbuHence.
-jj. Lonceat porlof. *4)
Vi lo-flnltfly cnilled. (?
24. Teken Irom Ir*n. (4)
25. All pert of the act. Don
j. A "cp bush f (&)
*. lun Dec* in two dlreouons. (Bt
&. For this provide lood. (3*
' The 13 across iuu ooumae. \*l
.. Murli Orpeud.* on IU teuina;. (41
a. A broken s*al. <>
II, HU th- bird tor ei.imple. ID
13. Prom the log 1 chopped, (bl
lb. Containing eggs. **
18. Burden apperentlr on Arpertca-
.- -c garj'ii,
i;: KS! &
am&m Ctshsb Haw
it, mi, ao. All.
down.
the speed of the plot Is only
exceeded by the fast and ipgf
tacular horsemanship displayed in
the film, but its course Is mom
helter-skelter than our four-
. ndp and I foui
Lun difficulty in dUtlnffuithlnJl
lietween Uie different factions
Ra* Milland as the exi>ert
marksman, does gome pietty
fancy shootingwithout a double.
I am toldbut the role k oil the
beaten track for him and I doubt
if hi> fans clamour to have him
m further westerns. Hedy Ua narr
is __ of course Just herself
beautiful and glamorous, which
is all that is required (
aid Carey is unpleasantly men-
acing as the villain of the piece
and Moni Freeman nnd Harry
C'an^. Jr., -upply secondary
love inter oat.
To my way of thinking, the
* re o* COPPER
CANYON is the magnificent Arl-
ona scenery in wilch the picture
abounds and to which Techni-
color doge glorous justice.
w
- e a- c. S P
Co. thare'e 3 8" ..
Wirv. |" and I" Win rFk
Pots. Lacang W...
rrora 12 to 20 gauge. 2 ft w a*-
rolls of Slew M.
and, t ft. and 3 fi Vow
Fences. There's also a u
ly rtna mesh U"> m 2 ft ri U
Cotton Canvas Sail Cloth for
Flying Fish Boats is gv.i
C- S. Pitchers in B 7 I .
weiithts and 22" wide.
NEW at C. B Rice < C
Bolt on Lane an UetveJ el
Austin Reed SlnpeJ ghk
detacliable
quality and excellent value at
->-M And again, soine'.!.
different and in on
other, essential Plas-
with elastic button cords, ex-
tremely light and long lasting ;or
$1.20. And the wonedrt- I
Cashmeres ah I nw. like
thistledown and in eaqui
ours for and Men
c ii. slcvg, ,i( eouree
noted for then high qua
of England Bull
They're in! that now lhl|lil
of Vanguards and Uayfl
Chelsea Garage (1950) Ltd. Thei
are a few of each available (but
hurry') and at *2.B00.
guard otTers an 18 h.p engine and
pkanotniiuaJ roominess. A itelight-
lul car in which '
lower with it'
engine |g the perfect run
extremely lets oT
pace, wi.:.
fully priced at (2.300. Bid y. u
..now -I ng -,, ,_,,,
i tew n<
now and bcal the jump
Dellgl U iab '. in the
hede ol thi
the Aqu
cents it's white and red paintwork
Ing trees.
Umducted I Mi Daphne Ince.

hwg In M* i Cold *a
CuUlng. With
11 parking, a charming
u i waiting roon
.
i el ''.,11, whii h t.
choose, ihc Aauettc Beauty Salon
provides a complete and satisfying
Mi >n i numbei '


' heaeeg In the
arui Vratrelli
i<
(wi ,i UMughlt >: Rain) tne M.kI-
ern prees Sfc-'Pl"' ara ngterlng
t i -< t.r
wh.: d*yeu 'him. onlj t: hh. h
Here s news'
there's a ng Clear-
HKnlnj poon, watch foi
l>res. Sboppe,
listing, qunk dO'ini
specials suitable for prickea
Manch.iv:
LaC lUer bl 'i p.-
hlr in .i great many eatoure.
rlei lanlgls In U
i
sea new cotoui
. i .. i . Hue
popular demand. .
AW to you I .1 Paint-
utrd bj
K i( Home fc Co. Ltd I
CWMiiious stockroom ol hlgtl

Stomach
crampt
\ no need tor you to luffe'
agonuinj ditcomfofl *fter meslt
ilSMAG (Bnuriied Mignetn) will
t-ring ..- mutch relief b, neuirilumg
the c* Mid in your ttomitfi
whKn in mou OsM I ^e mum oi
the j-uomtoft. Modern condmom
which give rue io ner.oni ttreti and
trim often oumiukimcIi ducomfori
whuh thould not be neglected
' BlSMAO quKWIi and efficient ly
reiieiei nomich fuini. hembuin or
Pfabalsace due to aaow tiemach
Wid. Try it todif
More lieaulil'iil?
of aseeaal n* HMrMiieHih. m-. *>..
!*. Mtttl b.outy nail. e< CUtll.
lu.li.- | .1 i.. i ,a. % gV
........If I i...... ii. m ike gaui] IT....). ,ii
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fur Irur h '
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r/ir Vt
Left Out
Of Tour
imiiiv DOWAOBM >
port, nh*

I
tH-tii and Prince ridiip in i
going to visit their town
. v -.'!...
the royal visitors have not
arranged to call on them.
Those left behind in Washing-
i. i IrdKcd .
secrecy, under lattrneUoneJ agree-
ment that includes the Canadian
Y tnd the While lluiae
Keep ll t(uiet
A suggested gehewala n t>em
pi i gga, but, until gee
studies it ai -'tmetime i
in Septemlx'i l >ltU ial.s are I.....ping
tt as quart as m invasion plan.
Ii U expected t.nt PTMldenl and
Mis Truman, with daughti-r Mer-
vain. ..ill noid b rHoner perty for
lg is if emell gold i
re roomin Blatr
here I ley are Uvtaif while
the White Houm*. auo** tl
is beinK rerraveead
That WOUld BlVi worry about a
full White House recoullon, when
protoi "I u .I Btriet thel onli mem-
ben of the Cabinet and tTM Bu-
urt use the front dOM
leaser offlei.ds the south back
door and others the Beet wing.
t Nrty, i* Nothni;
Only Uem
Uitb with th Prealoeot,
On the lee nd nigm Hume
Canadi
likely to
have an equally am dl dint-, i partj
lots and i t is a ger-
i thing.
i ,i, -r il. I Doris Floesor.
The urge to ibaka .-
hand uf British royalty oul
Let* poui Buruoine into the
. with misty blotch)
paintwork and furniture ayi ||
Johnson
Wax I'lodueti From
can; a bottle: to beautify and pro-
tect, Johnson's Wax Produrts arc
And i ven ;
floors against ma |
i provides
both lotuiii life, i-. .. i cleenlni
..ml .,i. i ..i id (londuUon for
Wei Tiuork sunshine
and bruig Johnson's EViJish ugtn
msidr to-day. It's for you
(Uatrlbuted bj K J Remat-Smith
and available through tt i
Cotton Faetory.
What's In a I
a Canadian Betty Hartford or ldl-
.ne all sotts oi altrnc-
;i\ inatariasi .it Burti tun. d on
-"in linen In huge
past>, block ohecki (ideal for
-ul, occasional skirt).
nd Kloi-i<-.i Oriental Craue in
nuu > beouttl I colour] Many ot
the Drei i baeterleli are as low
a IKK- |er yard JfOtmUti Flai
1 Tropical SUlUreSJI ftM-
Lveay it the
. m g|k i Bered u i
i i. mu a n 1
: x"ou know, ol coni
that Surtl I gnch stoic
, Ins Oriental SIk-p
al tTM.....tlf of Rootiuek Bri i
I StreeU
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Ih Limi'v 1
you knov .
v Do 1-
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. moai anginal
lection i ' and 1
in Betin, rapi
i. tti.n lively
prtci i o dellsjht-
..i eggaj plea oil Denum Bmu
Ciina. dooorative flowi
,, j o i. pel ind Eerxlni
and Su-i
i e Silvei I hai no u aoundenes
i .....U'letel. new and lOD
IWOlted shipment And
I-r the Evening Hay and Far
Ml they're uspBrerd
K< ICodel Nev. BtykM
ll.i i K .it till

segortad, sunAla | bee<
anii pl.iv i i.i1 inn:. Idua] yel
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foi II
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i i in Linen and Moyo-
nd Shorts of White Drill
Th, LaWCkM I i I
. [liul one I
Suit design, annlher B Craps drft .
sod lafleta, Linen! georgjottc ai '
lint ilk matoinil* .w all m. ,
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These itfalerialt are the cheapest and cannot
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BARBADOS ABV^gJE
rru hi ikt UMk IN. a*..* * SUtuw
sniiii.i>. hmgmt 2H. 1951
ll III l< si .11% 14 l
tO>l>IISSIO\
THK rMablishment of a Public Sitvi.M
i. n promised
I Bill has been introduced Into
provWon for the
t (ri nil h a Commission Such
a bodv BAD do UMnl work tof ihe island.
. I sans are notoriously uuirhy on the
subject of foretgners" being employed in
..( this Island. The
has bean that improvements in the
ximi'tmu's been
opposi i 'hiit if such im-
. menti wars roads loo many foralgB-
uld be brought in.
It iv : ever, deer that there are a
number hi office! in the Public Seme
which mini continue i be (Iliad by In
avera) years to come
i ,i penonatl
in no Held is this more true than in the
ol education. But to keep the offlo I
who are obtained provision must be made
(or leave nssasijis. When this question
was broached sometime ago it was de-
(erred because ol a variety of reasons.
Borne felt that the Island could not sup-
port a acherni as ambitious as the one pro-
e I and it is true that Ihe scheme sun
ted wai too wide for the resources ol
Island Perhaps 11 was political con-
thai prevented the Govarn-
meni from offering compromise In the
shape ol granting, leave i nry to
officers from i
It may wall be that with an impartial
local Coromieeion tunctioning, members of
the Legislature will In- more prepared to
make BUCh provisions for the purpose of
obtaining and keeping the services of per-
i ;. i! lands. The Public Ser-
Bill L9SI provides that
the Governoi and Secretary of State shall
not be bound to act on the advice of the
Commission but it can safely be assumed
thai those officers will weigh carefully the
atftvtct ol the Commission and will only
act contrary to its advice for grave and
weighty raasons
The Commission will consist of a Chair-
man no nil more \hi*n three- other per-
sons to be appointed by Ihe Governor, and
.it least one shall be at the date of his first
appointment a public officer or a person
who has been a public officer at any time
within period of five years immediately
preceding his appointment.
Clause 9 of the Bill lists the matters
; IBs UoviTiio: may refer to the Com-
.n lot their advice. These include
ppointments which it is within the Gov-
- rnors power to make to any office in the
public service; the dismissal or other dis-
ciplinary control of public officers; the
entry into ,1> whether on first
Intment ot on promotion of u public
offlcnr si an meremental scale Mghar than
the minimum salary, scale attaching to the
office; the award of study leave to officers to
enable them to obtain training outside the
island and any matter affecting the public
service which may be prescribed by regu-
lations made under this Act or which the
Governor may refer to the Commission.
The Bill provides for heavy penalities for
ns giying false information to the
Commission, tor the publication and dis-
closureol Information gained In pursuance
of their duties as members of the Commis-
sion to unauthorised persons and for
attempts to influence the Commission.
The person* appointed to the Commission
will have greet responsibility thrust upon
them. Efficient public service depends
largely on a contented Public Service.
Reasonable remuneration and conditions of
work together with promotion which re-
wards industry and merit are the main fac-
' 41 which induce contentment. As the
years pass and the Commission becomes an
i jpral and respected part of the machin-
ery of the Public Service the suspicion that
at pre* ' ex I thai certain jobs ore re-
MTVetffoi peri >nna) from the United King-
dom will disappear and the relations be-
iween all branches of the Service may well
become more harmonious than they hav.-
been u
M.\H ll\.N
IN a recent letter in this newspaper the
Barbados Sugar Producers' Association, re-
plying to Mr. Sahay, I inner for
I of India in Trinidad, point
out that the West Indian ajloeat
jute b:.. i
Mr Sahay has stated that the Indian
i thai B quota of .'1.000
fOl the period of June to De-
cember 1951 would meet the requiren
of the West Indies, However the A|
.supple
throu] nial Office she
* ol th. Wi '
,
Therefor.- the tOtUM ' India
only amounts to 40'. ol the quantity of jute
required by the West Indfc
more, the Barbados SuKar Produi
Association point out that so far Burba- I
dos has been unable to obt I any-
thing like its share of the 40%.
The Stn>ar rYaduears also '-tress the
point that even after allocations ii.iv. I
made by India then' en frequently long
delays in getting shipments sent forward,
i si iu o from time to time the Indian Gov-
ernment requisition large uantities ol
jute goods to be sent to nth* r COUAtra
Unless the Government of India is pre-
pared to Increase the allocation to >'
Weal Indies Immediately, these colonies
will be iti i I i the
next crop must be purchased within the ,
next three months it there is to be any hope
of their arriving in time.
This difficulty In getting supplies of
iger be Ii ns f the ressm h hlch is
fort lug the Weal Indies la adopt bulk hand-
ling of sugar, but the main reason is that
shipping sugar in bai;s is far too expen-
sive.
From the experimental bulk shipments
of sugar from the West Indies made by Tate
and Lyle two years ago, that Company
has calculated that 500,000 could be saved
by dispensing with the two hundreds
bags in which sugar has always been
-hipped to Britain. Not only the coal of
the bags themselves would be saved, but
labour expenses at Ihe docks would be
lower. Also, since a 100,000 ton ship can
be loaded with sugar in bulk in five hours
instead of the three weeks which it takes
in Barbados to load a similar ship with
bags, the turn round of ships would be
very much quicker
It has been pointed out that Barbados
can load sugar in bulk and so keep up with
the rest of the sugar producing countries
without building a deep water harbour. All
that would be needed would be a plant
similar to that used in Trimaad for hand-
ling bauxite In bulk. Such a plant con-
sists of a narrow pier, an electrically rii Iven
conveyor belt on the pier and stone Inns
for holding the sugar on the shore. It
would bo relatively cheap, somewhere in
the vicinity of five million West Indian
dollars, and could be erected in six months.
It would also bring the cost ol loading
sugar down from 22 shillings per ton to 24
cents.
But until Barbadians realize that they
cannot remain permanently in the nine-
teenth century and survive, this colony will
go on loading sugar in bags. The difficulty
being experienced now by the Sugar Pro-
ducers in obtaining jute bag., from India
is only a warning. It would be much woi I
if a war were to break out between India
and Pakistan. Perhaps Barbadian sugar
will be dumped mt the sea one das he
cause of the short-sighted policy of the
Government in power.
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tainmen!," whl.-h will Mm$Wmm
hoapltallt} dUpenaed in low tav-
.'. I'd rouiKi
'.'n- corner before lunch .- i i
Anal In the lounge bef-
steamed hake fain in tht- cln-
Ins-room
As yout Uni l- Nal i .i .uck.r
foods and medlclm .
hltflj bt i Uaves u<
httie bo etlets Uuldi the paeksi
m make the -i clnaU
readlni in the BngUah liinjpiag..
there will also in- hundreds d(
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There will l# IsUora* bill* tv-
pnlchiiiK Ins .inciiiit tweed Jn<
ket. Moth-; ReUlh, and his fan
ous grey flannel trousen, Be-
phants Legs, laundry bills which
are now as high as food bilU, lh<
hlggost newspaper account Ii
Bast Kent, and money spent >
itnmps writing it len.-t three lil-
eetk, to the IneaiaVdSl
nspi-ctor.
An Item iik.
coat-or-llvln| exnerti
under the baaduig 'Lottia tha
Cat arid Knend.'.
Lottal is one of tho test-known
hosteasca in the count
only gives lavish lunoh and din-

old Kngiish custom Ol I
Ins guests to braakrai
As raault, ash Ii omcttmai
bought two or threi
and axtra milk has bxen ordered.
The itraiueaal Ltara of all arill
be "1 Ixrttie.
A pw ket <( tr.- pep pi del
was bought BflSf ik" went to
her first party -ext doo II
prawn and .it mid-
nlghl "'h the nu
llappv llolid.iy
arc given >-
B> NATBA! DTX Gt'BBINS
i " ;.ii other
maahi out an ure not allowe back in till 9 p.m
SVOT If Ifl < ming."
Hottdas
WPVT 'ad i Igh las and Irs
t :uii.'. r0U goin'
DOW?
.Shall M ""'"'
.-I r
More bun What do you
liinik 1 am? '. polar bear?
. nidly but firmly so long|
.is the> iK'have lheniselve>.
A | few exceptions, the
re incapable of haling
They are also incapable
of holing foreigners.
Hut in Britain some animal-
ore more popular than others.
|ust as some foreigners are more
popular than others.
For instance, there are sonn
ammuls we itroke and some we
eat and some, as I have alread:
pointed out, wc both stroke *uni
Well. kH'i
ti'ii'A'ii'i. the I
I'm Mowed *
: f
norv
bo t i petchara, then.
Plichura, pu nurs, pitchurs.
Fh-st you think i'm a polar bear,
then vou think m a millionaire.
TJie p4er*a >iip Bn*eepi
And i: 0 more in
Me eown d i
VI on Ml pier enough
tlmea to buy it. take il orne an chop ii up i
Bui it is not a CUBtOB
v.iih .iinkles. stroke popular foreigners, mil
sex reara its ugly head.
Nor is It a custom to eat u
popular foreigners, though
the ii\it shortage get
might consider eating some
tm f,d ones if we knew how
cook them.
You are *'. > .
Tin British attitude tows
i. affairs (apart from
( olTicial attitude) depends
uoa) tiicti breed of foreigners
on
Wnai aboui /i.-ila'I? Foil pT.puiar with ua at the moment,
olieous Hked r r ceaSfl raiUcay yl(U might ay we have the
"d same attitude towards our
chlp5, bun i n ml md winkle- favourite animal, ihe dos. BODM
wYall, irho- 'bout iraUin' u breeds -ire popular for a while
or/ in n "in.? He oot onl>. lo tw dincj,,,)^ for anoihe
i loaftea. breed
We can walk about in the rain
in Camberwel! Why should I Aa an example, when thi
paj money to <' it ere'' japanSSS were on our side in thi
Kaiser's war, they were "nh*
Oh, well, i x not long now dear little Japs." *
before toe > OO back to the When they were on Hitler':
room i'"f eel i bii of sleep.
.
sun blisters all 'tight'.'
And i/oh * fchln* your fcnul*

cratch no more
you.
y"et trod
Oh. shiu up
Sfiui up ynurtelf.
Ids in the last war. the
"little yellow basket:
y were
A little while ago you were a
popular breed over here Blnci
than I hen you have gone out o.
fashion. But we don't dislike you
any more than we could cUalUOl
unhappy performing den
have exchanged one circus maatet
tnr Hnothcr.
For The Russians
At Ihe moment. foreigner!.
HKHE is another chance for have an advantage over dogs so
I'ravda to publish their Uncle far as we are concerned. Wherea>
British way dogs are allowed only two bite?
..I Ufe. This tuna explaining af us before they are shot, fi>r-
OUr altitude towards foreigners eigners are allowed any number
nd fonMiin ..:' i All the same, don't Imagine thi
will go on indefinitely.
The Brttiah attitude toward! Fond as we are of both tliaton
foraignera is the same us IhS bowl lhat when we decide tha
British attitude towards animals, either dogs or foreigners have
.: gone mad we destroy them
Both
but
ii.feiiiii
creaturei to be
L.E.S.
.MMI lit K
MR. JOHN CODDARD. West Indies
cricket captain leave Barbados UMnOROW
on the lirst leg of his trip to Australia. He
Hes to Trinidad where he will join other
members of Ihe learn, which is off to try
toiulusums with tho Australians, the SC-
kiiuwlt'dced champions of the game to-day.
It is twenty-one years ago since a West
Indies team visited Australia, where. II
ihey did not emerge winners of the rubber
were by no means disgraced. Since thai
data flie batting technique of the West In
dies bus greatly improved and even though
they no longer can lieUl a lirsl olaSS ballet j
of fast bowlers, they are possessed ol a
team immeasurably stronger than that of
1930,
In John Goddard they have ,i captain
who has proved his mettle both on and ofl
the field in the West Indies, in India snd
England. Goddard and his men are a ..
vailed upon to face their greatest trial of
strength for Australia has ruled the runs'
of the cricket world, practically since the
lirst world war. The West Indies how-
evar, will throw down the gauntlet1 with
one of the best teams they have ever put
into the Held under a capable and tried
leader und there is every reason for their
backers to be optimistic.
Mr. Goddurd leaves these shores to-
morrow with the best wishes, not only of
Barbados, but all Waal fodtani for a suc-
cessful tour ol Australia. The fortunes of
the game, will be followed with interest In
every cricketing centre of the an
throughout the West Indie* with bated
breath.
Agsin good luck, and good fortune.
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COMI'LET is the word on ihe out on the shore these summer
Riviera from this week on. II Slights,
me.in M'l.l. Muiiiblei h.-rl-- Existenti.ilist' fn>m I'.iris fi-el a\
have notices bsaiins this dlao ir- nom hers oi of their haunt*.
afU1| news on thall doon H that '"'' Club du VltUX Colomhier hiii
the) win not bs harassed by trsi
f BpoUcanta lor i bealml ited with
.ii- realistic icem Q< rmaln des
!i: a one moves i s- Pn
w ii. i Harold LLOYD i Uon .'t CannM baa bean the nexi rtagi ol his n
Increased bj lbs arrival ol Kin* holiday hi
Farouk, Queen Narriraan, .><> racoeniaed at Graaac Bt Paul and
their suite of 32 foi pUiar Inland beauti ipats from the
vimi Mi- Btster, the bi'niiiirul hotel at Cannei .\ it. re he ban been
Prime** F.i-v., H UV/lni "iih hi
I i ir-old daughtei Qloria | Mi-
nna husband Ismail Chei nej OUASTI)
Bey. whom aha married aft' -i <
from the Shah ol Petals.
Farouk apent his lirst eve
Cannes st Pshn Baact)
n turning lo his hotel s<
next Nerrnnan s'.><
hotel.
i at
i too,
itesl
I'll so 11
Back lo uainlint;
"1 hardly ever wear my horn-
ruraned fuaaea, he ssys, exuiain-
ing the lack ol recognition.
IJoyd is an artlt*, speclaUscs in
if, admires PI-
CASSO. 11 Cannea without
viMting the vill.me of Vall.mrn to
then
Tu-,i.i\ hit Araeru in
. ish ear.s crawled nose t tall
throusb tha lowa Batblruj

.rimimecl that he
ntendg to return to painting aftsi
Bsl i
isnsser ot tha I
ben Isrouk I
the best aoai
,rr-
nn pottei. the French havt, .
word t.i iheee d
MACLEAN
.' liriUIKSS imb 04
Jescribe the Sureti ..: i ionea n)
.' ;"'! Riviera
' Ltd 0B handsomely to M Mero's wall- cunnu- imie bar ne.e
behig. He has 10U of u.s slaving Harbour. There I found a gentle-
there now against 67 at the same man eallotl NAN \ ol v
Uma laal yaw They outnum*er nsssi ile impersonator
all other nationals '" LDOWn In Lsfl Bank I '.iris boites.
i' n, clauas I
men In tea
I Know them very well |
With assurance "Thev are Amerl-

who total 15" i'i last >'<
Bed on ihe heiirh
At nearby Juan-les-l
the iiii niahl clubs
not a room to be had eitl'.ei
Bohemian
Is
rr-
Infiltration
unarican Influence oa the Riv.
^et iera ex|. | :hc crao
on the beach. And yen con I n- ,\t Monte Carlo's dtsnl
ablv. too. They 'borrow ihe torian gaming rooms, the croupier

I am a
an." said he. "I went t.
to learn the languaee
A distracted Frenchman im-
Eloreil the shouting players t<
eep quiet "as people at othe
tables are trying to concentrate
Monsieur.' An American In a.
alack and white harlequin bear-*
shirt replied thai he was not go-
ing to be shushed for snyoni
Somehow, bloodslu-d was SVOlded
Pavement artist
A ii..m hairdresser at Cum.
has chairs and driers installed 01
the pavement so that clients mis,
none of the fresh air and sun
shine. Passers-by take no nolle.
as ihe intimate details of fenunin
ioiiet are exposed to then vtan-
One woman I saw there had h..
han tied up in tufts for a pern
wink- two manicurists were bu-s
qucring her tovnails.
Many women are having thei.
hair parU-coloured. Plaliiuu.
mixed with honey-brms
shading lo a darker brown at thi
back The mixture is worn *h or long.
Horse nonsense
ll .(in fashion, foi |
for women with long hair Is th.
Arab horse-tail stvle, tied up wn
SI lima, a bright chlflo
nlef or anything vou like
1 thought it must be nice to liv.
in Monte Carlo, where there is n.
Ihe post office i
a sumptuous marble hall newt
and luxuriously equipped win
club armchairs, and there is ai
outdoor cinema claiming to hav
rancelled onlj t-i> i>erformanee
because of rain in all its four
year*1 existi
"Ah. but." sighed the languit
woman clerk at the bank, 'w
have our hardships, too. Umk a
of butter 7s. Cd. a
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si N0A1 i|i\ui M I
MARSALTESE III
I'Xl.l MM
Riding
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home M
brought
his son

N
lenror College
Lt Comma
Mr*lle-* c
i
,i a chef.
>t.el and
i* 100 fi a beam of
-
.
T i.' Mimllrw
260 hp. iuch gives
her Bd much al I
look lit-
Mjr-.ll.-sr ir I
Apt il l. md < I
Pi m i Thi

.. ..no Ua
Palma.- before conr.ng |
uo* The Atlanlic
1 took 14 days,

Miioalooaa III i
-
T'-e saloon U

*:;iil bar In one corner,
comfortable chjir* ami
'>
but crTcc-
:.w. On the w.ilU hang dot.
iritis (> Cralg-Hl n h ol the
! ... : ,
I
nd tho bod (or l
bo bunk) Iook> VOO cocol
Incidentally, nt ie;isi
: .
U M4r*iltre: |1 happened
. : .
to n dumb blonde inn" I hail ot
;- little yacht sent up from Tuni-
moti day thi
i
together and ihc blonde pointed
to tin- Marulles* iirnl -.md tun
tuu got .. njca :.'
ba "
*Mj -imif hip", unfortunato-
|>. is only fifteen feet !->..
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JACK TELLER'S cabin looks very com.orta.ble
ft 1

I JL.ank \- Jmw A
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HK i ? i^
of Ule MARSALTKHK
Kill ILhIhi Vuln:
Homage To Sherlock Holmes
B.B.C. Visit T Baku Street
don knou
""> of tot contribution! '<> the
k< Itval of Britain 11 an txhlbt-
Uon itagad i.>
Borough Oounoll round the mythi-
cal oharacter of Sherlock Kofmoa.
Ibltton II b.'ing hold at
221b Baker Street, now a large
block of OfBcoa, which WU
Holmes' ftddr
Ini; week the BBCl Otltam
Broadcasting Department will
rooms of the famous
onaultlni dotocnv* and
Ufa god
So < itriipli'lelv factual is
tho exhibitionwith Bolmoa'
kf hat. Watson's topper,
the violin in the com
: 'if 'in- v:
appeared to think that Sherlock
H not a fictional charac-
ter but a real person and have
aaked if tie would undortoko
peclal
The guide on tht
BBCl vfartt next Thui
be Wynford VBUfban Thomas.
... ... ,
Thursday,
tOtn |
Trinidad's Samuel Sclvon
Trinld i
immeg
ruAQliti
that are I your atten-
tion to a Trinidad n taking par
in .i Hl;i Tins time,
It I not a fttaC of the
'I'Samuel
Selvon who USOd to DC Ik
tail of the Trinidad Gu irtUgn '
Now living m l/.ndon Mi Selvmi
I

for publication We
0 th I'ook-
On Sun-
day next. 20th mst r
reading a Bkcfch of his entitle.i
"Kive Rivera", memorl<
Trinidad village luTUng tOgtUtOr
in an impressionist manner This
broadcast will be the second half
kiy BBC Weal Indian
pmgrumme. 'Caribbean Vimlv"
Wie Ilrst iMirt being an amusing
akaicfa by OaorgO Collymore
eritithsl 'Shall I Grow a Beard"
Broadcast of this half-hour pro-
gnunno begins at the regular
time of 7.15 p.m
Story Of The Ked Cross
"The story of the Red Cross is
thi lor) Of trrmeiulous advatl-
ture, an epic of gal
and endurance, peiformed by
thousands of men and women
over scores of years in war and
POO CO, iii ptuuo and flood and
disaster." Thus Alan BttrgOM
inn- up the work of the Bntirti
Red Cross ami the asaoclatod Bed
I .T
rubjcol of his feature programmi,
'.' ..
dotal by the BB\; on
Sunday next. Alan Burgess traces
Uila wnNtt from a raUof camp i>>?
i Jordan to a
German spa ivhOrt the BrlB*
Bed Cros* is looking aJtti Gor-
man amputee*. This fool
gramme, lasting for a full hour,
will be.on tho air ii Sunday, 26th
nlfl| "i 00 p.m.
Music From l^mdon
ed In tho BBt
programmes during Ulfl I
he usual Ti.....
ning excerpt from the I'mmcnmir
CoDCOrta. At 9.00 p.m on U.,.i
day rou can boar '.he buc Sym-
phony Orchoatra conducted b>
Sir Malcolm Sargent pli-'i^,:
nieces of Mendelssohn and
Brahfoa with the B
ilno Ukir^ part _____
Adviwalv PTrinidad Scouts In Barbados
)<>{tr Book
The Advocate Year Hook, which
wai published laM week, will un-
doubtedly bocomc
ixxik for polltldana,
journalist ,.m and all
those who take an Intelligent in-
terest in the affaita of thi
It u morally craxnmad with
useful inform..!!-.n. mid i so classi-
fied thai the reader con And whal
he wants without wasting time.
OW Of the InttrattlnM feature;
It contains is a short nl toi
Barbados written by Neville Con-
uell. Curator of the Museum and
tru' author of Anne. Tnj
will be of groat Intorogl I
tors and Barbadians alike, few of
whom know much about the
Island's past. It is wortl
the book for this alone
Another Ifnporl
thai dealing with the IndU D I A
Barbados. It will coma
' miinber
Bow lab in Boi
badus already, and figures pro-
vided show that while 25.245 peo-
ple arc employed in agriculture.
I8J0I aro Omployod under the
general head of manufactm. and
Of* It II of Mild, t .,1 .
< tl :; DCCUphH I Iftfl
i one woman.
Other Net fagf HooL
deal with na b tubjocti b i '.-
tlniUonal and Adn
G wommont
Aiiministiaiion and Public Bor-
vices, Trad mot, T aji
i*m. Communii il
ClUba, organisations. Social Ser-
i Art in I at the i
hook thci. ,\' Who", tho
f'rst to be published in B
. i i
Fortui *;. i \ \
.
i n! t oup 9 I
\ I .
.: ScOUt-
ROVOl Si I i
Li ..i. r Cyril R ..
rollowlnfl arc tho
Somts and Rovers:
Patrol Law* I.. | l
Patrol s-
i l
Senior B I.I I.es'.d>
Second I
non Mu Boo '
Sen Seoul NUN
Si )|
it: Ki n Constantly
Tendorfoot
N in Qj

if u s-i i ban Nop-
tune. Rimiiler's B0< I
out Ralph Boi -
lt;i
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parBtiori of the Ve*r H>mk.

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Ailing of a prescription eall for speciaM*ed trjining As th'
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with the Men but the MEDICINES | ii <
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IN TIM: ATTII \( IIM tNTIOUE DESIGN WE
IIWI I.HI I \ BLUE AMI TWO SHADES OK
IIKIN
Film : Ktmn M.2:i lii *5.:i0 |mt Vard
"ARLINGHrDE"
IS NON-INFLAMMABLE. IT HISISTS \ WIDE
RANGE OF < HEMICALS AND WEAB8 I.IKI:
i i i 111 k Till: "ANTIQUE FINISH AND <|1 AI.ITV
ABE MOST APPROPRIATE FOB CAB UPHOL-
STERY,
WE CAN ALSO "HI u A
LEATHKK QjOTB
OM.V SLIOHTLV INFERIOR TO Till: ABOVI IN
THREE SHADBS ill BROWN ILL WITH OB IINED
FINISH.
SPECIAL PRICE. ONLY s:i i:, PER YARD
ll\IUUSO\ S-H .>s.
Xi
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I'M.I TIN
SUNDAY ADVO\TE
FUMDA1 MUST 26. I.il
Our lli-mlrr". Sin* :
H ;niisl Rain Foil
In Si. Liu'%
IWk ch.mh b.B.C. Radio
(.elehratrs Silver r
i k'i i Programme
Jubilee Irt-dav
SL'NIIAV. AL'CilWT M. IM
n#>T /w bAvjm
TH1 KEAVIHT HAINFAU.
Sli rd to the for Friday wax recorded ka I
Polo Team Hill SI ! HKl The Chureh itf the Nazarene
,.! rain fell. Next bent celebrate- toda% their twenty-fifth
i AftwxialwMi should |,untone inch and 37 part* i this island
tu Uken at Huletown. celebration takes place at llu-ir \,% tm gag a a
At Crab Hill. St. Lucy, the Sub- vV>. irtei. MMll| at the central
ixirted th.it high church on Halla Road,
wind* were i ri.eed during Rev and Mri. J. I. Hill cr
the afternoon but i reports of << IWbadoa aa Miaslonaru-a on fu.>iha
"Every Firtora telli a Storyt"
/V^atAiV.a .
vl^too^^ar^^wraffw^r^a^/
player* and
lhailH be Paul
Footer H u a keen
tin- development and
.if the same.
13 a
ft..n*ar
' ~lton. will S^J^S; lv* ? M A.muM M. 1M. .nd" onS.ui X
tiwr heir mistake and re- ..... vinhliahavl the ( huicli of Hit- '"'*"*
*Half Iteu. i p
WwK 1 IS pan Uai
Ah..y
Ikii mistake and
i i EnTTHUSlAaTT
951.
/1inia. Traffic
it-
i pm -li. I*
*aaW'
Id '"- .!'
established the Church of the
that son^c doth.. which.he had jhUJ* *as locate^on^^H...
n '- h >d rr,.,IlUv ^ w^trd.
were blown awa> by the hig* Ther(. JJg ^ Bapn,mal ser-
winda- mm nnd. rpceptlon of member*
tMher figures for other districts lhls morning, after which thr J"*" * ""*
up to a.m. yesterdav were, superintendent. Dr. A. O. Hend- ^',''T,nV to
i; Dlatiict "A 72 rick* will bring a meaeaae *
I UN !
MM
- ll*|> N-.
i, rw.kbcao V-c
riwittii> oiuii<. ,
Sr.UHl IS DM ,
Ir.lrliud* '
ra ,<.-,
>

tw '
of your leading parts, District 'II' $'> parts, lbs- rb- Svpremc Quest*
:ikI '('". II i ir1 D Irtd "D", |n the afternoon thciv
.ill

snt. in
ubout traj D I parts; rpeclal numbers by *e Ctintri
ilghts t.. relieve the traffic police Dbiu.t F :i parts and Four from iix churchea inlcrsperaed
Hoads. St. John, 69 parti. with lotttft ol greetings [rgm
These lights acoirding to Uw lleilepUine. St. Andre.' mil and Iraderhii
an auto- fly ptrtl i rain
in jit r*la> iwltcta which ehM
U of the light*, pcrhap* _. -,_- - t m
Inutc or minute and half KFjIYi WI\ ALU 1
II -i< ill .ilile; 10 ii'f light Of
"> THERI *.s keen tivjlrv In the
l .., thtnfor* lucaeMiui Sir, T..i ie Tannli TounuunMH whim
that the ....,J pinved between the Holetown
ajotcially at the corner uf Princa Boyg. ciub an<, ,,,, ,... d
wiHiiun Henry Street and Broad rjoys' Club
,ut this relay method into ..^ StaHon# l,on to the* work
Ice oy Hycraging the HBM ^^ ,, ww L Foriie n,
time .is the lights II H arouid r>IM
Ij train the general public
but also
. tin "ri the Prince
.'. street traffic which
IS p n
_ a m Iun4oa CuTum
UONDAV. AtJOUfeT tt IS61
IK id Pfcirimnif Paiad* 11 at
lfw" Chr 11 46 am
inuuwaalth t'wininanuit IS aaaa
N.w> II II B i" M.W. AfwItM.
.*..-. it J*al
land
The l.i-t thing on the pro
gramme will be a Rally" or lh>
Silver Jubilee Offering. Tha pro-|
Mad* Mil bi laid For improve
. i enlargement of some
of the churohes on the Island.
The Superintendent yeaierdaj
expressed tkOW grateful
4 14 b m Th Btradlvari n.iin*
S 00 p m Hiadlr**a v. South All
S 06 p m InUrlud* S IS p m
i-.i TalWi S 0 u n Umic fro
KallM- I in Wiann Cook.
II..
TT li.OFTEN SURPK1SIM.
* how quickly backache. Mill,
aching mustlca or loinia.
hawtiagi'. rheumatic pauu and
utaoM urinary trouhkt due
U. impUrlUM in the blood can
be Mcrconc.
Strung, acOva ki4ney4 wic-
Kird your health by Mrawung
puniic* and harmful waaic*
OUl of the ->sl,i;i full
kidney action it inadttiuau jiiJ
Iml- io riltcrtbc blood properly.
Ask your
D^rnr fee
In* Vic
IS
arc the
frtducnt rcauki.
Doan'i Uackache Kidney PilU
bring happy rebel by helping
to deaaac the kiJ
anJ u auiaulaiing their action.
You can rely upon ihu well
known diuieuc and urii^ry
amiM-piu,. Many thousand', uf
grateful ntco and Mvmen Ka^/e
u.ulicd ui the good health
uwv have regained by taking
Duan'a Pdk
If
2(9

i lh Thlfd Pfuacutmtr U b ""
ludi li P in Ptuaiammt Paia*t
a m To-day'i Bpoit
im ra-nu > usaM i
ai nal ;
'( p a* Tna I
... the people of Barbadoa forf fauai i ^
Friday at District their co-operation and contrlbu-, 1^*1,^,,^*
iw. 1 p n. Ma*. .
rilnl ul Ih* Pit ma
OwoaUl Brvakliui '
Maw.*l IIS p a.
N p m i
II
Ignorad,
IKIt SPENCRH
l'" lost to K. Simmona .,, t a
-21. 10-81. 20-22. K DOWOCI |*ll|<' llOU4IIIl ASfM
li- .lefrated C. Bynoe c"
Develops Ilapidly
rrMtlae ** PtriMt a .
im Jf I U p it. era" >* krtili'nlt
Ol Moletown2I18. 142!. 21
21 19 and 21 1ft.
! inctMH defeated O. J..... \S -de residents of the Pine
19, 2022. IS21. Housing Scheme become more
i,:^
w*1
OOTON
WBUL llaaMr WHt'W I
i; :.,
T.MV Wkl'K
2123
"RODNEY" CALLS
TO-MORROW
THI %M AUa I'agaaus .:
til : Carbslg Bgy on tnday Witn
I Bugai*fo.
I-art Alfrad, via Si > meant. Hti
tii' Alcaa 1'arUiri.
..:. .
. BTgJO l.ei.
Anothci ! Puritan,
:. In ,v with l.iilB bag:
:
1,1
<:/t!SS\" HF.RH
Oh HOUDA)
Frederick W. Christophe
M
retired Inspector
St. KltU. arrived
recently. Me is
RV. Wint.-i ;il F.-i
Mr ChrLslopher.
known in I-ecward Island
circles as "Crissy", was the flrat
*-ard Islands cricketer
. :| muie settled, the boys of th
i e been building cricket
pilches. Since the long vacation
quit* a number of nuu-hn have
betfi played there
The area allows ol p*ce m
. Schools In this gmt as it wi previoual^
in the island merely grassland and msUkti U
staying with arranged between Pine Houwng I'llgnm Hohnesa Ch. rcli and
itabelle. Scheme laanu and teams from wgrdtr at Olandairy Pi;-'n. a-
r. who is neighbouring diatriclK like St. nVed In the island a few *gn
ncket Binnabas and the Ivy.
hiic tlu. ra-tadanU are He told the Agva.aU yesf
LOCAL PREACHER
ORDAINED IN U.S.
AFTER a nin*-ionth visit to
the Untied State., Mr. Alfred
Knight, local prvafi.er of thi
Me
that while in the State he took
core a cenlury In the l-ceward wJien l-'icy" will gT tlieir (hope out a courae in theology and that
to still looking forward to the tut
tiri *
hei
CAlUrO
BRINGS
QUICK
RELIEF
FROM
iaj, 19,040 bags of uiime.,1. i7lan"da~Cricket>ourna"merit." It is and bus service", fhertj""are "theie be was ordained a miniiter of the
i Hour and o'hei at^ted that he was also a deter, two things which are chiefly lack- Evangelic.d Minuter"' Fellowship
aav ill cargo.
rhtftM Maria C'. ftfl I
. of geneial cargo ln-
heal flour.
H i ng yealciday.
Schooner w.l.
I an.e i ouafrl 3.500 loose cocoa-
. . irood, lu-b-b trull
gpd 500 cartons o( preserves from
Also sailing fro-n !he
island wore Schoonei Nlifeal
Wallarr ind ! iS folke Itcrna-
4c'Af Th Wallacr ll goi'ig to General Meeting
B'rn:idoe t one ..f the items
j discussiou will be the
The SS L-*4| Rodney nnvc technical edtnation and
tiling the Ham:
lame nlgid for Bermuda, Boston. T**
llontreal vie the
i ....
mind slow bowler. nig and'about which the peoplo Ji Mr. Knight is a truetee of I
He will be spending a few think. They are looking forward (jus Fcllowahlp.
Brew in Barbados before leaving lo m,. n(.xt meeting of the Hous- He ^^ lh^t ^ ureeched al |
for the USA. where ha plans, to ,,ig Board when they hope the ( ,iurihcil f ^veral denoimnalions
Hoard wiU have the plan, fly ,llludinB me pajrun rleilBeea,
r r ist i an Mission and the
aw N.i/arene. His uavels bad taken
f the big main MlT| to BatXoni phiUdelphia and
I'onnectieut among other places
and State.-, end he visited several
_ ..'hen they hopa the
Board will have the plans ready
tor the type of shops they wish
to be built.
"Since l.i'i m
pipe lines ha been linuhed
far as the Pine is concerned."
Chamber of resident said JNfOTdey. "** ..T^na includlnji the famous Sn .
b^j, a-tsa s-aSss fa -r,0 r r xzr:.
aot down for starting. ( ojuhmi life in the
ubjeel of The laying of the main ha, "" d".l<_u| *"",:
ocational w-en going on for many months ,~1
Pipe lli.es were put down through '
discussion wiU be initiated the Bell. Mayer's -
Technical Education
Will e Discussed
WHEN the Chamber
Quarterly should ha
the
hold
their
He had also Ueei. givei.
.lemotisireUon of the e4>eietiui.
Land the Ivy i>f the EUelrte Ch*r ueed for in-
|.> M. S P H Withn'all'of"ihe3 and uie Pine and Is nw being HicUr* ceeitel nsjinahmera
Central ro-ndary. put down tn the Vtlli
STOMACH PAINS
DUE TO INDIGESTION
It yiui .- km SIOMA. II PAINS. FLATULENCE,
111 MlTBl RN, NAUSEA ... U 11)11 V due u. loaianiiug,
\ BKANll STOSIA1 II
POV* 1'1-R i hjl.ru.iJ formula aiv<. you
rc^ly M : [ lABLETIotm.
MACLEAN
BRAND
Stomach Powder
Ro*
S01E AGENTS
.\CH'K FLASH!
: "imm.rtrnl TmilbpaMr
(cniprlilioii
hksi pun tio.oo
ettOND PBaXB 15.00
s ilai.it PKIEI > Mt
In _;. % ..s or Ies.s just
iu.isli this aanttoce;
i Amrmdent
1.1:11 .. :.
I
a flaileuoj AMMIilBNT
K. H.
. I
Vm .1 v nurii-
i M . :.., aeeti
: li % an
AJfMIDBNI
En: i aa a/U]
their :. : ih? the
excel;. i AAI-
MIDENT Toothpostc. The
three wmn.ng enii ..
the names of winner.. will
be put ad bq tb.
newspapers Competition
ends December. !(ISI.
NEW styleADUED Linerience ihe pleasure of wearing
thfaa c*tra smart Sf*R! sh,-es Made
hy English
sc'kcicd
^ullMiTen ftacn the li------
laafhtn, SI'IRl Oiocs are
bolh tn hi and style Sec lull ranges, newly arrived fr
Ingland. at voui lead
local stores.
fitting for men
Agtnlt for Barbadoi
Clcncral Agency Co. (Barbados) Ltd.
(P.O. Boa 21), U High Street. Bridgetown
LISTEN
TO THIS
IF YOr CAl\T!!j
Ill HUM. WITH mi-:
iVEW____
T
III^AItlX
III M RELP YOU overcomi' your henrinH diniculii.s. We will churl
your laffeWtaat loss mul fit ymi with the exact type of 111 UilM AID best
suited to your individual need.
( OMPUETB WITH HATTKKIKS and m> heavier to carry than a ciearette
NMi
l.:iit inieril In the Makers uKuinst defect in tuuiiuiacture.
1'cnI and Demonstration made without obligation
Dial 428H (or Appointment.
>l \.\M\4. A CO
L. M B. M\ln- A CO., LTD.,
PO Hok m. Bridgetown
It's so easy to ship almost anything; by air. nd
IueKpcnsive too. For advice on your freight prob-
lem* call
BWIA
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
B.IV.I..4.. BRIDGETOWN
IIOTKI. HASTINGS I'upular Hiallh Krsorl K..,u.ili,.l anil I'm!,., c.il
wiih BNOWCEM
S N O W C E M
CEMEXT YVAll l.i'iUMH (OVUM.
INSTRUCTIONS
ON THE USE
OF SXOWCEM
PeaVABATlON OF SIKI ACKON WHICH TO
APPLY SNOWTKM
Care must be taken to see that all surfaces are free from
dirt. du<;t. lichen, a goe. etc Loose material and dirt must
be removed by brusUng\ and where necessary, by washing
Grease, oil oil pa nls. varnishes, oil bound distempers and
oil-free distempers, time wash, or sirrlar. whatever thickness,
mint be thoroughly removed.
Roughcast or pebbledash must he brushed thoroughly and
hosed down to remove dirt and dust. All obsnrbent surfaces
and all tyrftpaa m hot cltmatat ahould !>. siiturated with
clean water and tho moisiure allowed partially to dry off
the surface before applying the first coal of SNOWCEM.
SNOW'CF.M must li. mixed willi ualer in TWO STAGatt
first to paste ihen to a liquid of normal consistency.
APPLICATION
In hot climates al! backings must be soaked with water
immediately before application. SNOWCEM being made
from cement, requires the addition of water for setting and
hardening; do net apply SNOWCEM whilst water can be
teen standing on the surface. A water mist sprayed on at
the end of a day's work is also advisable in hot. dry climates.
Once water has been added to SNOWCEM. setting begins to
lake place. Care must therefore be taken to ensure that the
quantity of material mixod Is used within ONE HOUR.
Material allowed to stand ready mixed longer than ONE
HOUR must be thrown away. Mixing instructions are in
drum and these must be followed.
Two coat work is usually necessary; a third coat may be
inquired where the background is of a dark colour. Three
rk is also recommended for asbestos cement sheets or
similar surfaces. When applied by brush the first coat should
be well scrubbed into the surface.
Where conditions permit it is alwavs advisable that the sun
should have left the surface before the SNOWCEM is
applied.
Obtainable in:- WHITE, CREAM. PINK. SILVER-GREY. GREEN. BLUE. YELLOW. 8. TERRACOTTA.
On Sale at all Lumber and Hardware Stores.
i


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P\f.l KLEVI -
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CHMiCII SI JUICES
- I i i.is (Uf


Choral Eurtianrt and Addif
- nun i p *
School 7pm k"\ niM'ittf
* I".....1*1
a m Mr

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m Nnll
Sunday 1" i P
ind Se-rTt.t.
Bf'lliri
I
DAI KMTH

Bl 1 VMM
nlSTHHT
'NCR It a
I Mr E IV
vLL a m
, m Rev
SAY t W
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*. 7 p v M>
. I .
7pm Mt J A 0
RANK HALL I >



" ll-IOII -i .11 Ml H Ol OOP
rllVllt HOAI) 11 a I
fttka p ".
..mmora. v
k* rraacl,-
Km Swrt-
Draco" A L* -
.* P.-art*.

UAOI tl a m mMc
' r J Ch.ndta-I
TURKEY SIGNS TREATY
ON REFUGEES
l
l
L'nited Nation* Oh
I
ir-wn up by UM 25-na lion con-
hrmn hen- bet month Turing
is ih* uth Government to tltvi

Iiiikmh tieUnaU-.
rlSTicri "' > ceremony at the
hi?. Mo signed
With the r.
v en lion would only ,iply to nfii-
gwei coming from Europe as far
as hi* Government i* concern-vl
-IT.
LIXOR CLEAR (.LOSS VARNISH
u d nmn
A
QAU oil. CANS -l ; i 5 - I. HUBERT cm......-s-r
IB u II KOI M K SIKI I I

III ]
B Barnrll
I in Chart*.
C* D IT'
CHAH HIIJ llin la

I -DA II .

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- II \ \UO\ \t.>l.
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..:
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I ......' *"
I U|l. It..
...-----. ,. ... S*md*>
HI. HibkO -I Lnm-Im-
.....tea TflMI n .... -ic- I T n.....M
BMTl but m
I Mill
VlM, Preacher Mi

Hill
BCK II i

Ran i t Ml
SHIH' HIIJ. ;
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RADIO TELEPHONIC HUBtlCANi: WARNINGS IN THK ( AKIBHKAN AUKA
I'tep.ir. (I h\ Iho iun
ltn.ad.aal lim" InrtWd Tltnr. \...
ti-q.f' lluirMBnr W-aili.. Hunlmi nt I'm
all for
Eno's
I :<'tM?actilvaltl.ttinciioaoflli
I ^'alkiiarweftomihcfirtiilp.
Hbghland
li CUEEN
SCOTCH WHISKY
t/te !'
A glass of spaikiiMK BNCfS iM thing in the moroini is goo......
It dears ihe head in no lime. The wondertul effervescence is deal
refreshing lo a Male nasty month. The DOB hahii-'ormnu: luatjve Ktiaa ke
the system regular. UNO'S is pleasant to lake ami in in .,, ,t ,, genifc ;
quickly erTcciive. A real family remedy. Keep your Brail Sail' band] !
Eno's
* Fruit Salt
SPSI MM I R ,MM// \M
fop I Kill <,l| | I, \i I | us.
SICK HEADACHE, UVERISIIMOS,
HUOUSNEM, iii viunims. ,,,.


I'M.I nVEI.VE
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SI \l>\\ \1 Gl ST 26. 1951
I'lUllIM >l\lllll
BASPO PLAYS
AT TALENT SHOW
' n n I!

'
- I
toad.
.mi arer* Huh* I

1
mu".
Carl Bt I
Star" and Nevtl
PI
i {> i-irria.
ill be repent 1
| Fiul... Bifkl when it

Friday night w
! All St..
' Some of
played m Trinidad -.<
H and Ihe tunes plavi
000$ from win
Ian, pleased ii.
\ -.It 1ION (II Mil. CROWIl fj ah.iul lomiO who UkiW. part i
it..* PtOtt*! V-ir.li JK^iti-t IN Siiulh \frir..n ( oxernnvnl -
patlci 11 itgartli iiiun-ii aaoata The nimh mi i"iimi-d bi
Ihe Barrudn* Labour I'arly.
10.000 Joined
Protest March
Sea-egg.* Picked
Out Of Season-
EGb'doz Play Table
Tennis Tournament
nt it v m i'( on afoi
day n Bruiati Guiana. The fir-nt mat..
B (.clock.
iitinii BrlUan Gulai
will l>e M
1 at and II w<

Gill, Campbell Greenlda)
'. v,. I, ..
make ho
aaantod Britiah
Ihe lasr <
TaMa Tennis ('hampiiimeupa held
.11 Trinidad Gill n 1
Bl lh( dmc
Moore ncvei met hi in. Wht n
B
mi: w
Magistrate
'
to-
rn .'< i;"""" *
.... r
1
Bl -! can and a truck delivering
: mi Um Victoria Brtd u',"l '
ft c 5
irehed into Probyn Street Thej wan tTanje Season Begins
1 march In p......i ol the treatment meted out 'BICBURY BAY" CALLS i !
It South Africa, and aapeciall) to Milton King, WEDNESDAY peara. tt> two iruiu 'm.i.
eaman, who it la aliened, waa kiN.il *>. iims "biqbuiyv bav have ben
Policet Btwean March 3 and t. returning to Barbedr*from }"] : -k -rm ih,
, Jamaica on ihe 2uth ol eewai and besldei
ad will paara ;.ie lx-anx pUfeul
, .,-... 1,0,., local t, shut. .
W :.......I Barbadian aa- -------- !"' "'"> aeaion ha onl
OtaaaaVU" I Inel.r R.n.ir. i',r:"'."i" iTmeum.'''
Km M..- " r or AuguaLjasi Glendnle Under Repair. '"HJH2Jr tamdnda
murJ" ' (.,,!, ..ru,hv p.,. e*^2!a^exiW^haIS
. era '" 5-3*
,,-u ,.i,,' mm Ttn.i. M..... 0 dlBWrtl and *U h:.ve no dill -
* t..li'. i n't wi "-" "* '" ty in getting lh*i
llw the Parochi.il Mi-dimi ortu-it ho The (ut pork *m\ caiMw aaaaoi
i taking hi* leave while the r*- begini lata nest month nnd then
i>,.irj> gu in Repali lo Ihe quantity of ms* tw<
tht ehl< t n p| ..... inii in St Andrew
jjona wbt r* lh*] rown.

i kad
1 \v
prat* Dtait. i"' Hod-*
1 i j : 'ia.-- i rUngdorn Govern-
id. IXnlon of South A(rlC4
! il.: .^-|.,. U. brlJlg ,7,'tne
et lo juslice and f
ilUhle rofruwuaUort R
,1 hit
Bpoechrs while oU
vUm-wiM! oeeuplad, wani UmU
ray.
i
in the s-... i sited wot Mi K v
II lit.
i Bpeecni
I
AdamK, h
E Cox
roiiowi....... um
11 hymn "Btamal FaUioi Btrui -
...... to BmW Um daugl
-.i.ih ba aan
nil addow i..... cklldran.
ol Util
Baaplutlon be fa to n
a i <.( nor-
i ratjuaat that he
tht pprapriala
uulhoriij iu iho Unltad Kingdom
i lime the in i
left the I'jiiiin He.ntt|i. it.
Milt.hi King*i a>idOW ind hi i
thro* children, two bo)
l tu \n- -'" m Sulh Afncj

Milton
'khlnc (jurnini *at SmarKing of
Eczema
Slopped In
.0 Hinules
1* K.-

Two raaolul
foltowa:
of We-:
.nt. loyal

11 kl, I1'.......' '
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coIoup

Customs Authorities Hold
Schooners In Custody
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PORT-OP-SPAIN, Au^ 2X
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morning I
n i.
i

. broughi Into the Port*
. r-Spuln harb m
i.
.. | whua
i. i p In Mara-
night l"1
night
the request i i
of tho vt
\ . nd ru
uiiglitrate
i unl m ol Soul i court,
Hot anU ra
rt-*a Clirnr loti
i d-n'l I" k
.
ai.il iaijar M|
A New DUtovary
Nlaaa>( af BCI U
Blateal (fi
diiwini

NimVm lanUlna
I lit >l::l troulihi In
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it'liini. bairnliu ai>tl im.rtlin
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i alilthUHi yosi li-.e **n in .ou,
11 iUpa lit* H.Ii' '
Iri in lew mlnut.. ll.n. -t.rt. (o
iaiin*.H.t*lt ailB. naklr.i tl Mrfler ati'Ui anil
mi -.d .i, a.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
Niaodtta- .' taolatol* tioihlm unl*
11 ctMTl >otir ..in to yo.ir (oi
ifKUaa, tin Ntiadrn* (rofli
loda* Lo.. in ihr mirror ..
and <>il ill 6t amf'il al III* litnriiV.rri-'
1 rrnn jtui .-|i on UalDf N.aaalenH lor o
awli and al tl- .' .1 Bf ll.at
ha>r rnudr your in io(l. *lar. aim nd idk^fiFilrallr attradit- mu t !< I
ii.:iiJ :.
ml kill mal- yoi
.11... Id l'. :'. -
Mate miles fat
your money
DUNLOP
.MOTOR CYCLE TYRES

Fly to Britain in Festival Year!
BY B.O.AC. CONSTELLATION 8
IN CONJUNCT IN WITH B W.I A.
flcl Thfte Soonr '. Slay There l.un|cr I
II I
I
.11 .!.:.!. iM.-t It -
111 till L.ll. 17.10 llDUl
Uabaa i 73.25
l.ondun i*.'i5 ..
Aho < nnnei ting ser.
IlllbU Kelurn lad ,
... a
I.HKHU ft
> 1 ham r\
lo Ihe ttht.lc World. y. ^
they're
built for
the Job/
FLY BO AC
1
IIRITISII (IVIKMMS \intts I OKIM.r MIOS
PHOSFERINE
for more
confidence
If lack of oOaaaUanea *.vnrrie* j-ou
and you feel tired ana
through overwork remember how
veryuiefui rill's. IRINH has been
tu others in a similar ttate.
DUB8BAX priminR is nmnllil to lln H m*w wall*: it*
pplicati.iu ensure* thut tin- \\ I I bl Dttltaa]
teals oil the deatructiyc alkali- .unl nim-iiir.* ghravs pfcaent in new
surface*., and at the taim V'.u provide* a unlferm, non pnrnu* baae
for the paint coat* to bllow. It ihiw prevcnta peeling and diacolotin.'
lion, pciniti ipeed] painting and
that ilie paint COM nive* the
11
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11 1 yi / B |"
URGER PAINTS
AT ALL
HARDWARE STORES
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Agents.
Ill I VIISIII l SKIS
Tlmis exactly what: - N 0 X / 1 M a
one who suffers from ajtln hlfinishet. ri.ui;liiiess. dry-
mm. NOX/KMA is the Medirnli-d Skin (ream in ll.e
.idle Itlue Jar...
MeM* 411 Wn Bmu
1. Momin: Apply NOXZKMA all OVM vmir
face. With a Wvt face cloth "Cream wash with Nox-
lemn" iust as you would with soap. Note how really
clean your face looks and feels. After dry
amooih on a protective film of greaaeli
2. Kvenini;.: Again "Cream wash with m
Noxzcma". Wash away ihe day's Accumulation at
dirt and grime :
Now moFRaip* dainty, ureaseless Noxzema into
your face. Pat u little extra over any blemishes to
help heal them.
Ilo thi% for One >>oak. Aiaul
..
99
NOXZEMA
The Mi ilii;il.tl Skin Criain
In tin- Little Blue Jar
Obtainable at:-
BOOKER'S (Bdos) DRU(. STORES LTD.
N .11,1
i A I. i;
I! Win. KM.\liI, S (Bdw) Ltd.
I
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ImutusH* nt/ thi* ntttst
till HI tit*l i If 4'I ill It I'
ll\IU.\l\S
in i/i'iirs.
rlowered Crelenne .....title, per yd.
Itil.heil Repp........$1.55 ..
1111. Towala II x at M enrli
l.ate Table ( lull.. M \ 7" S2.25
Centres .....46
.. Tray Clolli-s .......42 ,.
.. Oval ..............33
Linen Ohm Ctothj ..... $1.08
I III! BflEN
lt.\ 11. Brieb ____ S1.K5 pr. pr.
Sottlh Se.i Spi.rl Shirt-
N 14 BUI each
While Itncut.loih tinier Slum.
H no |ir. pr.
Cottea & .\>lon Ankle Backa
*1.02
>
n
EC
s a 1.1:
s \ i. i:
DOES V01II PALING
NEED KEPAIIiliNG?
But you can't just get down to it
with these expensive Galvanised
Sheets knocking around, eh?
Well, we can help you with
BLACK CORRUGATED SHEETS
at 14* per sq. fool
THE (ENIRAI. EMPORIUM
Comer of Broad and Tudor Street*



SUNDAY, \lil-i M, 1S31
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I'M.I TIIIRTKF.N
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
O O C-
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
MSB v. \ AL1 I
. HANOLSt
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BLONDIE
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THE LONE RANGER
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BY FRANK STRIKER
THE- GAMBOLS : 4a/t* JOHNNY HAZARD
()J
BV FRANK ROBBINS
cDottJNX M04TWINC UlC TB*CT.J VffEAK*
away eeow tnt'c Mueptt?OLtt **(>..at
TMI PPtCKfc MOMENT, TWC 0CTOPU4...
w^u&m
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Pkgs. CHIVERS T.
Tins TABLE BUTTER (lib.) 92 M JELLIES (2 pkgs.) 46 I
Tins COOKING BUTTER (5lb.i 390 :7.l Pkgs. JACK STRAWS 61 " I
Tins KLIM P. MILK (lib.) 135 1*2 Pkgs. QUAKER OATS 54 I
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
,sio&y-
FOR ALL
PETROLEUM
PRODUCTS


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TO*VA*NE
K -* f T**e SBOMT yO\j -A-*
THE PHANTOM
BY l.EE FALK ft RAY MOORES
NO /GPDOP1MAT716ERGIBL 1
5PJCE. WHAT A BABE'ANDWHM A
y/siEay.'iuiMKSHE
WAS BEAUV RAISED
BV1MM1
WHENSHE CAN ACKSS THE 6C*P.
I HEABDHEDVELLSOVi-

BE Ti6EC>TAlK.
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NOW READY!!
[ ADVOCATE.
YEAR
BOOK
AND WHO'S WHO
SLUOu copyADVOCATE STATIONERY


FOI RTBIA
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
TIUPHONI 1M

Ualweei 3U ..Id
IN MIMOK1AM
in* Browne
iloi.lbwurne Sr.>">
ath of Dm i Alhr,
I on sale
FUH IIIM
Minimum eh*-e-* *>-k It cenu
eg run Sunday,* M t^otb on
cord* 3 cent* a ii-ord ****< 4 C*"
wufd on aUnda-1,1.
1'iinii Miiins
Ten rent* per d
mil |1 K .
gag) .1:,
M SniaWvi
eg*. -.:,.,
HOUSES

. Hoi 3 iirtn.nu. -II iiwd<*n cop
'l-Klou* yard, fruit tree*
September Apply Mis
1 Maiar-hester lands End
Al'TOMOTIYt
!
........aid*
W Jl U
I'l IU1....M II VI
, Hi Or.e-Bedmon. Flat .< AWlHOw
"1''*l a*J
r I. 400 mile. I'm
-a n........ ii- i
I.Ml IMIII.I
SUfr I
I..!.
Balds". -i"l Mil Aumt
. sorrow.
Now o
'iiii-n Ci.-.-nidge .llu.baivd.. *
Mr. **.
rent. ORela. I".
Dim
Aiefi
m *d
ten.
..i
A* Dim go by w* n you more
Your krvLig ..I. oui ->'->
No one can Ail >"" v-eant Place
Evor to be ttmm*" I'1 her I"'11"
-viaband A Km to Bhepparfl. Lcnnt* .son-
t ill OM Dodge Caf I
... .ng condition >
Ageiiiie*. LM
CAB Drop-head convertible Ford V-f
ii goad eandlfion Hydrauiic-lly operated
-1 Ring R NlrlmlkMIMI-wn
23 11 I f.it
OUFTU.V TERRACE T.. en W."
..ninl Furnished House. Upper Bay SI
(lppo.ur Y.. hi and Aquatic flu*,
modern eonvanWiUM. Af*U on pren
real if
F1.AT on Bk*e Water* Tarraca. new
bUllI Wllh lUMUii CUpboarda Pl.o
IS T 31 If
Hkl-H III "AIM Ml. II Ml.
NOTICE

It Matthews Chapel Hoo*"
Oibb*. 111 be T*elv*d b Ihr 'indrrsignod up
I I Ut 11 ..rlaik noon on Frvda) A.i|uM 111'
M tat repairs to Ihr 11 Matthew*
Mi Hwrl
i'm which can be seen on appUcaUa-.

The Churchwarden do** no! bifid him-
self to accept the l*we*t or ikt tor-le-
...,i Ih* person or Firm whoa* lander
mat bar accepted will be injtiliaal

being member, of the Si Mtrh
Vestry rt***-| lhaii wiiiii.gneaa to
ctpl Miretvatup for lit* MlMMIRI
I......''"
tl- *n
C"h.iri-hw*r P.rochml |
Bridget..w
|
i '.1
I iiiiio OM Dodge motor Irry IM4
Model will. ..vl in pti-
condiilou Apply V. E C BrUiall
rhoiir IM 4 91an
ni(M IMM.MAN' I6I Sl tnonina oM lr*t
*!*- llfTht
i Oil .1 m> .
12 it v
NOTICE
r \KI-M III v I WIIRI M

I Dv

In A C Worwfck, loi
l>, .,nn- k I i

Wfl.
nl*hed
ft BOYCE,
J ,.">. SIlMt.
paintod and uphulatriad. i
I IM1 Fort Praia*! In p(atl londltlon
I Dump Pan lor I*v> duly truck laa
my t|rpa golnf ihrap .**ona MM
Mi.rhall A> Edwards
IS IIn
I* MHirolWI M mmon
wiIl .i a
dcpanrd Ihl. n(r on th- BU>
n.f -i it*"
Loat In iHjrii of iwrna what* h
tM
Last larawall .1111 Unlcr" daar.
And lhat uddcal Kia. al parting
Bilro l- mmd Iha la I line <''
Ertt lo ha an*mbar^i
rwrtopomta Wil*'. Murtal ""J1.*;**
Chlldrrn. SHM-
ELBCTSICAL
gWiBjjjBfl NOTHt
lists Qf BLlCtOaU
AS ftnd wbm vtv Lim* oi Da
tan are published in .
.ion ii oi the Bpeeia
Rdd^tntlen ol v-m .(..mt..
Atax-nibl^> Act. 1051, ;
of these elecUiral LW
..vaihibl,- (>i His ji (he follow-
ni| prices:
WhOM Hand...... 30.00
Ml ii-ht-liuiinK
I -Ira- 'RallJc, Cal
hMl Trth-k 11.1'irrlaa Ju.l lacaivad
nuaranlard for II month, Phonr ut
lot praa EMctilc kWlaa Sarviaa L*d
Twradtlda Road Phoi.r 4311
II I.IIIn
I'. Oil
4 00
2 40 i
Bridgetown
Christ Church .
Remaining conslitu
clea ...........
Individual districts.
Appllcftlion* snould be made li
tht Colonial Secretary** Ofrtct
((M'CTMT (.RDViKHH ,\SS(M
IATION I.TI1.
NOTICE
REriUGEflATOH Ona Nrw Mod. I
. ItrfriCPtatoi A-l tolidl-
Wa Phecia IIU lor appoinlmant In
a-WITOins
H i H IM
. .- ., -
<>r ttraal
OHINER- Palm aMCK.
. i-..u.4r ii lafaM KM
ool aiwl airy with ail rot.
Apply: <- T. Clarke. ;

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lo Ilia HMd
i .

SKINNRft.
IM ltl.lt MIIS
O do. *IIK
. ! Laurw !>.. < Ca
Dial MSI JS 113'
rUBNITUHE
REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW A eomparatn.lv ne v
r.,odatn bungalow Ntuatod al tha Carrl-
on and away from tha main road. *
baiin.-iiL. wllh (unnirig wair, in fcri
Qai InatalKd. For further particular!
contact W Wall' at T (.adde* (irant Ltd
J-hon* 1HI or Home 01ft. I 7 :,i T 1 H
NOTICE
pAauH or M. jaukh
ApuliraOoiii for tha | t
Alrnahouaa will i
i ii i. laTnad up lo Saturday I
Ih aVpU-mber 1M1
Applnnnla mull bo fully qualified a*
i rural and mldwif> The Salary IM
.mdldalr to aaaum.
I i.e. un Ihe h September
P II TAKII.TON.
Clark lo Iha Boaid or P.-i
Law (i-nliam St. Jaine'
l-OrlTADElK (11.
K-hr g-ru.
Ii tin I. r,. .ii ilnifi
rVtadl weigh! (.'.
lll'NOALOW Sawl built Bungalow
llrlghl.in nogd. 111.. Km! *'. rd
...........- '"" * coiiUii.iiif l badrooma
Many other drawing Bnn dining room-, verandah.
bath, kllchan and aarvanU room,
e. .elf .onlalnrd of modarn da.lgn
1311 or 3231 M g |-Jn
Con lac
Ltd Dial 3113
3* I 11 '
LIVESTOCK
MARE Thoroug
1 riooam out
'
FOR HALE
proved purchatar 1 Building
13 33B 8. 1M fa.1, altuatad
MECHANICAL
>lN(i MACMINES-'Jui
Mnaail ,.! Add.. Addmk
modal .ippl, T Gaddoa
fMl
M.
rraAl l-l-l
:.' i n in
Applications are invited (or ttv
|ot at AssistJint St'cietary in th<
Coconut Growers' Association Llo
Port ol Spain. Timid-d. CftMll
date* .should preferably lie be
tvveen L'H to 40 vc.i i>( :u.t i.
must have arpMaMCe in offlci
daaataVwAraUOO. A p'.ntn.<
know led lie *t cot-arcounUn| 1
e-sential. S< nie technical (actor;
i- would be an advan
laaje \timigti not c*niil
A[>plii>itions giving full ji;iriii'ii
lars as under-noted should !*
MM under (uiiildentiiU cOVtr t'
the Secietaiy-Maimiiei. COCODV
Growers' Association. Ltd.. P, O
Box 229. Port of Spain, Trinidad
M <>r before 31st August. 1951.
Particulars required:
(1) a. Date of birth.
b. Where born.
(2) Harried or single.
(3l Where educated.
(4) Post or posts held durin
past 10 years, and full de
tails of duties performed
(5) Certificate* ud/Of degree
held.
(6) Certified copies of twi
recommendation* from pre*
fiii (.iiid pii'viou.*, 1( any
employers.
(7) Names ami addresses i
tv-o H'Iiiit tni n-tviilur
as to character, etc
(8t Amount al annual
expected
(9) A recent pi
graph.
jvotc: No wftarvitwi will bi
r'anted except by nppolntmon
nfter all application, have been
considered.
2IS.S14n
photo
TENDERS
Ml 1'MV iiti-ii ENGINE
Tcntins are invited i m lh
purchase of one (11 New Modi
ME-fti Six Cylmdei h" x 8>a'
Murph> Diesel Engine mnunle>
on engine iength welded tw
sklda, length I0S7/S", radlatoi
cooled and equipped witl
nel(>"ed Twin Disc power tale
off .lot.h two 12 v .it tartin
with rabies, radlatoi f-i
and lubricating oil cooler (0
tropical aJMratJor Rating 18
,i f termittent 150 H.P. con
tlnuotu al ISOO i;i'M < Be
I. vtl :ui (10 V ambient; also .
lot of kpare i
Ten.i.'i i sho ild ubmltvcd Ii
i-aled env.'li.pi-s addressed i-> th
(Uy Engineer marked
TENUEKS FOR ML'llPHY
DIESEL ENGINE'
i.>id fhould reach the i
cor POrl-of-Spaln not
Sattli lay 15th SeptemUi. 1951
2ii B
TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH
nd two arcund hand Hrrinngton Tip-'
illai* l". appu T Oidde* Cranl Ltd
l,..ne -.M2 22 S II -Ii
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIQUEa Ol avary da.. IB! lot,
Han, China, old Jewel., flna Sllvai
Valer-rolouia. Early book.. Mar"
oitogiapha air. at Oornngai AnlMju<
hop. adlnlning Royal Varht Club
J B bt, t f n
volr Prhta IS i
aivlea. * wa'
alto good roarj
Boyc*.
no ricr.
mlad ray iha VUy ol Si PVIar
IM above loan will
bt reral rd bv thr jtuHralg
\iirii.t 31.1 ItSI
Q S COIUliS.
NOTICE
r\itiH oi Tie Parochial tlfT.i-r will br vloar-1 a
i\ufn>*i aath im
a f CORBIN.
I Ti-eaauiri
Hill 4n
MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
iRagldarag and approved *v Iha Orpartaaant el Kdaratfaaw
BgfM ISSI
\MI
help
IIS fM I
aa ShiiUy
Ha.iniatai. Antoinvlla lairialnr
I
11.. IH.li Herat ,
c- II i i-i.l.ridge
SVia...- Braking
""'... KaRh MHhaal


Bennett
BanntU. Vltuia Vernaa,
Baal. Aleiaiidrla T 1
Blahop. Prank Ml
ii
BI*.lon...'
Blunt. L.I-
Biadaha*. Earl Da Coat-
rathwjltr. Mum .
Hi. Donald
l ,.-.
i

tkrM i:..a. i;.

Ill

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Havre. Barbara Anita
Balttl Eurakma
Id id lalUnlma Furalana
lanlna
.
..
lie. ftsaia. Vataas Vaa.
Hft aaaaaSa
r. s. kk
134 Bkeete. !
B

I Ermlnth.
, MbKoItii rhurh
Byiioa. Lilith Pamela
Camph.
Carmit haal. Ben
Cutwall. (laraldlnv Adri.
Clundl.-i I
Coke Carl B
Clark*, Ehtrelte Bruca
CUrk*. Pal
Clarka. Daanna Damw
ClarhS. Oknda Elmeta
Clark* Joan laBlria
CUrka. Tran
K... V. .
Ol .o.
CaStftS,
Codn
Colllni, Joan niondell
Malgurrt Yvonne
Corbln. Al.th.1,1 Edvworth

Cox. Halt ..It H.M

.
Cialg. Chn.lophei gVan
t-ri.wfora. Coral
Cyru. Ena
Daniel I..1.I *
M.iinol.a Onet.
Downe*. Lorna blshailg
F.lKl-:ll. Damn MtArth.n
Edwardt i
E-'wiik. Alor-n DaCoata
. vaima
Pnrda. Gloria SI Otm-
roide. VivUn AiuiMU
ro.te. BurU-mh
rnineli (
frantit. CJ.aham Gordon
Fradarlt-k. Bikini Loranro
Ptadarlek tllivar Da t--la
I'.nnatu
amkt o> m i ...
Glllooi. Sylvan Olwm
Goodnuin. Jnyra Rlrita
i: W.
l. w,
Ei neat me
Smith, r.lt.in St Ct-.ii
Smith. Iran Agatha
BriIUv I i^iid Rudolph
'-A.,;. V .. ns
Spaada. Oraca Johanna
kMuan, Barbara aMher
ftg Drnlv
rid
taarl. Prrcival Tnaophllua
fBuru-l. Shirley Anita
ngw Pftu I 'i.....
Th<-.ip-.n. Mailanc Eugene
roraldear-e Ai.n'li
. ..I.,
Tollman. Urair Kathleen
I
Mlndo
Vrima Eallwr
Walker. Colloan Bri ,

Victor H
Balkan on
n. Cantglna ."rpaiu.i
Waterm
Waekei
Whrkhai
Worrell
Worrell.
Worrell.
V. .i
H U .
II Wnghtaon
Young. Uirilla guphen.ir
L A LYNOI.
Principal
.. OM.....g*at]
_ to chMolinaoa
le U<- Advo-
23 SI *n
OVERSEER S>mor Ovarear Weldrr
K ".i.iln of lain* work neiul...
i-i > si ii
TYPiBT. Waatad tag oaVa or wall
. i'..UIi-hcd Manufarturara' Agrnt*. T p.t
with aomo aperi net App1 " P
ABC. Advocate M 512n
MISCELLANEOUS 11 3n
X Good quality Bo .,. *>.tl.rrhe...l I'd n I
llA.D P/MAAM: One hagvv Hollar, .i.ltabk. for u*a In CoUi ",,.,. |iaj sis Hand -y M- 3n
WAN1II) TO BIT pii IISi

ear Sea Wftirnl Laa StaaS] uul Looklfig (or good bargain C rtUl p.i tirulaii SS I
Wanted to buy. accumuM
aaad pexaas Maa t of Waat Indtar,
- i tuglia.l pmr. paid
*h or man h-.iid.a Writ* or e..d
rai gieuo.Kl Stamps Wi Ciaih......
.. i s a a* a si i
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
Si.
BLADON
r ca.
a r.a.. r.v a.
I OSI 1 Ol so
LOST
MANGLES: "TVo ! T i.l.d ilv
..iiglp. ii.i lUfl.irr W.nltMM*. OM.
..ird nfTrtrd Dial I1M
SHIPPING NOTICES
I SIM \l IO\AI
. Not
. K.I,.'
i. Braakfait H.-n-i. Kllchan and
> A good i.
! (liatlal Cultagra. Ulu-irJ be
owna- Gap ana M-kl. ClSM
ilh conton, ,
RMOt Kit. i.e.. and
i. A good in-..
o W M ErMiii. Roebvick Slraajt
2I.B M .In
I Pt"|*rly
'i......atKUni
1 Hun* tri
I Hmiu- 0
h > a*Md ii.
M Iau.il |J
I......I Han- M.il
Auui, to Kbunv R
A*.- | | Mi-hill Sle
In Twe.'di.ii
on 1W1 aq.
\l.\,\Mllt S( IIOIH.
SprisiiUtoun. lUrbadaa. I! St.I
. Ale.iii.dia Schoo
vrri Ii Vll.iN-
in IMMIMRRSS. Tha Raw llaadml-
Ueaa wll be raquind l take ud Oil
.ii
.Mo-iidm School Is >
i; aided by tl
Echool in which Ihe t.e
of Education will be U
There la a Otrl Guide t>
. IB*
chool.
ISM
. and U
, Hi n
1.l..;itr
m IM
,.M,wiled
IA.IHIA K.n
M a g gaga] as
^. a%araiig|
. Hi MIJI
i\ Aa New urlre
Fltt. Knight. Ltd
ii a ii t r n
Prur Raaaon ibl -
23 I Sl-2n
ll.nl. i | lid poM*M
a Decree ol a But. I
Taaiagfl Diplorrui at CartUkaia, tn t-
itquiteil to devoir lial wl. -
iha -.Imr.1 aii.I pio.iu.lr gAll uf lakal
gen
-> II.I.X -1
-rlgliluf up to
I Id Broad Stiaet
O V. HuUhli
KoflllTI t ,.. Mlualed -X Eagle II Hugh A DaCoaU Villa'- SI Mallhlai Tho. i.r ASf4j ba A ll-.I.H ISS.ftlSn
nl ol
'
.
i-iii ally hir
|
lie ua* of Uu
aeagai aal i
COTTON PRINTS. Mor
Mem tlr.i.n- i.nlablr
but* Drasasa, biiIiiihi
in' Im everything from
iirpalanl. %..- BlraM
DIU'MH Fur hundinl
npt. drui
K H Bui
.. I.-' Dtal :". II *n
rULLCR BHt'silF.S N.w .hipiiienl. all
. Bruihra li.iludlitg l.adlri
ii.tliiita Oent'. BrUllaroniba. Tooth
iihIh'I DanUI Plata Bruahaa. Cotiiplax-
Iti.ihw Bath Bruahaa. Comb
leaiiri. Manicure Bruahra. Powde.
iiuthei. Ploor Scrub*, nine Bow
niTKOAUlW -At Worihing* with p-
prollmalaly 4.000 gq
It hai open verandah drawing and
oirlng room*. 3 bvdrooma. aanltory
rrangaoraatUa, kilchanatle and garage
I'nce very alliartive AI. (.- M
i btaswail R...id
I
S* II
I tit Mil HOI sr
Another C..... aiW of the
^.t d.MinU wllh a ....... of Und al
irrarut imdei .uHO.ilu.u I.lr.n poiillon
id quickly bv appl lug to D'arcy A
'mi. Magaiine Una Dt.il 3M1
24 I 11-Jn
oth*i
LTD Middle
LAMP BtTRNKBg No 2 lamp Burner.
I quaint t> Id Bioad and Roebuck ".lieeta
IS >1 Jh
The underal-ied will art up for ...la at
nelr Office. No: II. High Htrret. Bridge-
n. on WadiveMaV. the aSth u.o ra)
LugtakL ISSI. ..t 3 o,i
JOO S'lara* Baibudo. Shlpp.i.g A
Tiadlng Co Limllad
IM Shaiaa Barbgdo. Pouiidr> Ltd
3<* Shaie. Barbadoi Co-opeiatlvc
Cotton Factory Ud
t-OTTIJe. CATTORD Co
23 S II -So
Headml.tre.. The
a Civil Servant, bul I
under Ih* Taaehar** Pcimmiii Act
.-oniribullon* ai* payable, but th. mn..
mum qualifying period la tan V*ai*. Ser
vice at Alexandra School la counted aa
Iuallfying under the Enaluli Tagayhgii
upirannuallon Act
Paaaag* axpaioa- to Barbadoi, not rv
c-rnllna 1:100. will be paid agaliul
i[ipi..|iii;it.- .ucher> A 1.1
leave I- gianlad every live .<*ra rr,
reojueal. but up 1o tha prraen* no pa
age monev |g available to)
Applicanta .houid foiward a tal*menr
,'ivmg the following parliciilai
I Data and place of birth.
1 School* and Vnlvtralty attended
3 Degree giving utunu and '."
obtalna.1
4 Poil-araduale atud: including
Teacher v Dlplmna rn I
til any 1
1 Teaching eiperiance with dalra
and potillona held
B War Service 111 BBS).
1 ParltcipaUon in out-of-cla** activi
Admkni.liatlvr aipenrnea Of an>
10 Medical i'e-llrlcale of !'
11 Copkra ol truer tecent leitunoiual.
13 Tha namca and addreaarg ol tw .
Graanldgr Sybil -
(i.trrith. Clarvnc* I
CiflRUi.
G.....a. 11. ..... Sfttfred
I Anil-
Harding. C.eorga Pailu
Harding, .v. V-ron.
1 Hii.a Candace
I, ., Winaton Aibort
Hindi. Arthur Oltitcr
k l.udaay Vearwood
Hind*. LoleU Coilel
1 1
I

Cl* Ion
. IV
H. I- -
U :' \.....
.
Inniiu,. K.ilh
1 Arthur
...a Anita
JackMii. lean : I
n KuilBCe Ailimtoii
I
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
i' M
on 1 1 >
.1 Ml
AJTUNO to rASAMvaino
AND 11 O
M IfSUTfOt) ;.lth September l^Sl
-till 1. TO IIIMUAIi
PAJ VI VRIBO ANB B U
- I ortK A- Jill. Augu.t 1S*I
M s BONAIIU -34th S*plamb*r 1S
\UJHa TO TRINIDAD AND
CI'RACAO
M R MBBA 2Tlh AuguM ISfll
V t. Hill!** 33rd teptamber IMt
I P MI-WON. SON 4. CO LTD ,
Agent
. .11:11001
Will accept Cargo .ind Haaaengarg
for Dominic.1. A.'ifiua. Mont-
aerial. N.^l., 8t Kitt. Sailing
lrld
"DASRWOOD"
Will a.cepl Cargo and Pa-
lor Bt Lucia. Gronada.
I' .. nl' I.. S' \
Sailing data u. be notified
FRENCH LINE
Cle.. Gle.. Tranutlantique
SAILING TO
ENGLAND at ntANCK
"COLOMBIE" September 2.
1951 Via Martinique, Guade-
loupe.
SOt Til BOUND
"COLOMBIE" 22nd Augur-.
1951.
Cading at Trinidad. La
Gualra. Curacao, Cartagena
and Jamaica.
K I Pi
Laahley. ~
Canadian National Steamships

r R.idciluh
......"tl -I'
.
Manifold. Vincent LeBo>
Miiiiion. Antni.v De Veto
M-r*hall, Don lavmonta
1 Carlulc
M .
I i-
Mav nard. Brand.* Fudani
IM. Millar. Valma
M.u
M...... <
n. Bylma
' '
OHUOPHVil Uhhuda ifl Madleall
.rex rlbad tha WORLD over for Female.
11 rate, uf prrmalur* ageing, menopaun-
I Horde rv change of life, alao lor lue.i
indown and eaiacUted condlllon and
.here gland.ilai aSSIaSWlS with phyaical
i*d intsttgatiial diatlatin .-i.t.
-. II' |.I.^Mt...l t.
That very deniable bualnaaa pra.niaa.
kiown aa No tt Swan ttir. 1
a corner alte and .landing on 3W0 miih.h
togt of land
baSSastaSai on application to Ih* lenaiil
Mr T S N (do
Thi* proparty will be net up to Poblt* the Sacretarr. The Weat India Com..
. IkSg .bi Friday 31.1 Augu>t 1091 lc#. W.Noifolk Slreot, London. W C I
- the ..lore uf the uodanlgned reach him by Ihe aath Seplembei
.iiburii
Jean M.....R*S
. Dorothy Yvonn*
Hirbi 1 LouU
Hlh .. Puhaiai isji 1
H.uiirrHiri Klhelbert
Padmore. J,i.uiiU
ParrM. Cynthia Patricia
1 in
Kl.liie Ph-lli.
BOl'TMBOLND
LADY NELSON
CAN CRUISER
: ENGEH
LADY HOUNEY
. -THIVTOR
IJ*DY KlUOM
Sail. Sail
Menlrral Hallig
20 AuS 33 Al
M Aug
8 S.ft
IS Sepl
28 Bapt
10 Oct
S*pl
1 SvPt -
22 Sept 21 fiepl
I Oct
13 OM II Oct
Arrl**i
Barbada.
3 Sapi
10 Sapt
20 Sapt.
2 Ocl
10 Ocl
24 Oct
4 Sept
II Bept
31 Sept
4 Oct
II Oct
31 Oct
N.ilt Mlliol ND
LADY RODNEY
LADY NELSON
LADY. HoDNEY
all> Arrirag Arrival
r.arb-dni lia.len It.lit..
n A.tji g Sepl a sept
n Sept. 2a Sapt
21 Oct 28 Oct
I Sepl.
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AgenU.
AUCTION
I Candidate* living In the Carribean gin
! mould .end lh*lr application lo th.-
Hnnntary Beeralaiv. Alanndta School
ti p o It... 2*1. 10 .Igat. n BarbuUx.
fl W I bv Jl-i Ott..p*i 1H|
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I 1 \ 1
AUGatara
CMS f.i.l.-.
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... .1. A-npRo
va ASPHO 1
. ha I'biiii
llr<
aal.....SI CatAluJM
HMai iui. -t leadlni.*
1 a ii-n
nit when you tofcr
gOMB louder Iha -
...... aal* .md **
.. Uackach* ll*-d-
.nd loll
HY I
ti,.
>f Police I will .ell by Auction
.... Monday tha nth al 1 *> I
Item* which iiMlude. ill Small Boat. Feu
II. t. hmi.I .11001. and (oik., and olln i
It raat IWaaa trictly Caah
DAltCY A SCOTT
31 II an Oovt Aucltonear. Dlgt "A'
Itemeiiilx r Ihrrr U only on
If a M Hi
Jaal aprard by
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
BFl-ollllS: Charll* Kunl. Ming, Bwln.
and wa Will oed*T for you II
.aven't got It In atock A. B*r"*a a C
. viiii 0IT.1 foi aal* bt P il
>UUnn at n.' Ofllcr VI(TXltlA STHKIT
1 n 1 fl Und -ill
Had "KARLVtLLEr SlptNHH
niaining cloaad gallery, drav
dining 1
M HHoMF
mug hou..
,,.! ra, w c and bath, eleclri.
nd 1 for S30 00 pai
1 n
AHCIIl'lt M. KIN/IV
-4n. Auctioneer
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
CODBINUION lllt.N
Beq.i-ad for Saptemhrt I
MATRON Niir-u.. | Jll
airabla Raliry > 00 ,1
... :., I .
|g fullv naiiirvl piatag or
in.naiiv good aapat .
Appt. Wit)
.o-vi"
Jonn
M I
Saw Sal. OOUSBfl
ON THURSDAY 30th
t S Maaai.r
.t IngTid"
I K-ll Tup Dr*k. Wickt
I Cnaira ,a Bocfr-ri
S.ree. fibre Mat. IB*
i o\r m I 1.
A Trained
1 ream
liood
.ured He Sale
Da AIIKM DIM
...1 aaaMf, Roal 1
rr The only Man
iaVlVOITm'ElllENTS 1
iwataid. Table
mv Ii.....iiuiio and Hal
Wood l'-ml.d Bail.!..
<1 E C Ha-frlgaaatoi II

.f Table.
i;,VrV///.V.V. O*.
DANCE

w* will be cki*i '" "
Ailguvt Ii
' oaii-i Co
1111 M* III M I al BOSPltAL
,.. 'fully ra.
... .\i--il wllhm threi
,i Dental Lab. Maga
11 ..'tlcallv n*-w. Wal
Conhen. Kit. 1.....
I Board. Step Ladd.
i.th Stale., .nooki
Real, Couch
I Hair Mallrr*
Sale II 30
RKANltT
rlaaa and Preaam,
U
. Kltcl..
ry gi>-l BUgaV)
NO.lv.iv ,.......I OAHEB
III B
In r*nour ol the Vinling lloiiih
1-1 and
School T.ama
Hi MM -11 \t .ill II 111 SI
I 131 II
tfaale l>> P>i
d<*3S>tC'^^**V*a*.'a*-* '.,;.'.:'
IW DANTF
id ol S Mary's Church
IIOI.KIrKN. KONTABELI.E
on
SATURDAY. 15th Sepl.
beginning 9 p.m.
ilU'HKSTHA A
STKK1. HAND
Tickets >l 00
1U1 Spiral Spring*
1 and alhi 1 itnua
fjaeh Te:m. caah
I. TROTMAN CO.
\'l. II !
H I Dud* n*j
i> Latt Al 1 altlewa.h rlaia.heK. v
. Bedroom Bungalow Type Al 1 .1
dltlon. Funn.hed. .ill Mo.I.t ,
Sr.ndei. Fin* Location. I'nd*r 1'I.Bk.v
i an Buv II AT I OWFB II H
aaaHs l Badraotn Btone Built Hungai.w
Type Convenience. Ideil for 11...,, .
in.in I.non can B.iv
II AT MASON HAIL ST A 3 B-.I
room Bungalow Tm>c. C
I over 1.000 *q ft Am Raaaonabla Or-i
Caa h.,v it ah.o > oot 1 RJfU \ .
I \. Hi Colter-
gaaaa all Maaara Otawai .
EIJOO. Can Buv It AT MKit.MTCl.
Hi). Very Near Baa: A 3 Bedroom .poa-
SMa 3 or 4. Ilimgalo- Typo No! Old
llrealer Plot Stone Built, -l-.ut IJfM
i ft I'nder 2.3o. Can I
I'lTIK tlATMN HILL A 1 Bedi
Tm
ia> wn ".-' if a-> 1 an
AT THE OAJtRtaOrl l Ba>
*> I
1 H IN ESS I'KEMISES A IIIM'":.. I
iboul J-ft Depth about 0MI : a Wall
*m.wn Il11-I1.fi. Staml and very Sullab..
-
Bui tin. l-mpeiiv with Btd. to
C 1.000 and by way of Mortgage, a
lion* Bulll 1 ':..entry Re-
paired and Painted, with a 1
Shelve-
- and Ola- Ca.e 3 IBFS4N
. and Kitchen
aUnga
.. 1

anil Phower Hath
Dip

.11 Garage J R"'
01 I -1
Ihce. GaU
vf Property and nd about
Ml.SI-ln Hn. !".
1 1 .
* 1 C..... ^nd A 2 BadrooM
-1..
Itoth Goiua lor Only I'J.Wo AT NAV
fiAMDENS T"> 1
flllW r Almoal New 1
..... 1
\ *W attri II.mo *q. fi
\r 10:11
VIUJS and 2 Bedrc-n V-
Bulll ona .Oiorer Bawdgaice*. Can Be
B-i.ghl around J art, aaeh PTopartia.
1.



Call at "Olive Bough
jessi-m
FURNITURE
AUCTION
YV>tlnrday. J-lth August
Viewing nioimig of S-ile Iroi.i
am.
Dining Table IggaSS > St_ Din-
ing Chalra. Sldcbo.-iid. CtMIBT)
1 1 11.....
ta-- iglux fionladi. li.-.kta.a
double glat* dog 1
Table. -. I Tab**
Si,...II I. lop Lnrg
OK . k oral TW Toaj Ibi*
1 Tabkat.
v. aaat.
Mahogauv .old ...... B
Ul Spring SeaU and Looae
Cuahiotw. Pr Slngte Bad. and
Table*. Pr open
:..- 1 .. .-
with Mirror. Tab-phon* Slool AU
tha abuv* in M-lu>gn* I Cairou
Wood m I W"'
IMInteil
ll.-da and S(.....fl Cream
Wardiobe wlUl lonf B Irrw I
Draaaing Table with Su1. roll.hed
Bhoe link Card T.bie.
1-,|-,
W -
vide T-h.t
I'.uil.tl Book) ..
r .M. Pai -I -
aide Table- V
.
Diawrr. 4 lp*U
M Folding
Kitchai



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Kiteruii
double.
3 ingl.- '. .-.. ALo
tiuao
it.
cash OH rAU
Al ITIONEERS
Jasts.M.HldagJsik.
ff cm,
A.FS, F V \
I'honr IMI
Plantiitinns Kuildinu
MAPLE MANOR
OCR IT BUtSB
OPPOSITE HASTINGS BUCKS
Sal. 10:1 L BOU3NI.
Managaraaa.
CHIROPRACTIC
FOR SALE
good la il
id telephua
CECIL. JEMMOTT
hlnigln 33. Broad atreat
m II-In
___ dlna of i
tar* no*e, throat, lung*, ttor.------
nd *ldncr. alaa hawiach**. an**
and fool troublaa Dr. Ferrelra.
ihir..vllla', Upper Bay Sire**,
me-. aatpUnadei. Dial ISSI Ere*
toniultalion.
SEWS
flash!
The first step to a good
building is good planning
When thinking ol letnodell-
ing or building a flat consult
vim nn: Builder and save $ *
J ABRINDALE WATKINS,
Office, Lucas Street-
D'ARCY A. SCOTT. Auctioneer of M;i?.i?ine Lane offers
owing Properties:
WORTHING
Al Worthini on the sea tS| F.ve Proper--
ROCKLEY
At Roeklev on the sea. (1) One stone house with six bed-
rooms, standing on H.2B3 square feet of Land. Ideally suited
Ionise.
FONTABELLE
Al ! i.-.abelk- on tha land lldf. (3) three houses all in good
condition Owner interested in offering them ns a fl% invest-
li Lhae al-.. -l new bungalow al Fontabclle with spacious
n >e n.i Gallery, drawing nnd dmmg rooms. t3) bed-
i. ,1ft an bnh. modern kitchenette and garage.
WELLINGTON STREET
One 'loall propertv
dining roorng, water to
700
i3l bedrooms, drawinf and
id bath, kitchen. At present
KING STREET
One small piop'ity with open Vi i!ig and
dining room*. 2 bedroom*, kucheti. shower bath Price 700
CODRINGTON HILL
in vAith oocn verandah, drawing und dining
>. toil-t. hath and kitchen, standing on Vi
of an acre of land.
HOTHERSAL TURNING
...It stone house called "The Haven"
:;mg rooms, 3 bedruo-i
bath. >tandmg on I Of land. Price
particulars. appl>' lo
iriHiY t. si;i-i'.... ii
FOR SALE
located on o*t - *n acaa of good
Coall laud tflUl 100 II of a*W
*M land,' bcucn
and .aim aafa bull.in Tha hoo**>
haa 3 large living mom*. bed-
room, on th* .-[.per S.r -ill.
....
Sour In in opinion u-.' I
11 -.....a a* .' I' i
converaion ml.. flueat Houae.
ta.w ftgura raquiiad
1 prtv,
i gardani t
v.irictiei Aowering akruba and
tire* Private bathing cove with
good gafe balhmg "niere ta an
1. .haped roofed vand-'
uming room. 4 bedroom* garage
.uid ptrvania quartan Oood 1*i-
- -..i. l..hi"n..bW aia
whnc Ihia HP* Of property alw av.
iri.ii .i good capital ai rental
...
Bd
beaux inof Th'ra i
large L-Shaped living room. 1
,i,..i.ir badraoaag a/FU i B-i
wardrobea. kitchen, pantry. arr>
vant'i kllchan. bathroom with tub
and .how*r. aoUr healing inaUl-
lalion. garage and 3 gervant i
norm Th* ground* nl ab I
aire are h'avily wooded with
Mahogan' -ml Flambovai.t Ire*.
..id Ihr lawn* and atou* Sagge..
terrace are in a secluded wall
gurdei. OUiaaiirg location clog*
to lown
gi m.ai.o* v.na Hill- Verr
W*J tn-i.lruiled modem home
cleverly designed lor eaay i."
iimg with minimum labour Con-
tain* wide verandaha. good living
room. 3 bedroom, with 'built-in'
cloaeU. tiled bathroom and aep-
arate lollel. toed kitchen, laundry.
ervanl-i quarter* and latg*
garage with direct acccu to hour*-.
Contlructod of .lone wllh uo.oh-
d pin* floor I- < Ihruufhout Cool
and Inciaaainglv popular retlden-
lul di-trict
"STRATHMOBE." Culloden Rd
-A ipacioua S-Uorey gton* Itouia
built to la*t wllh the lypa of
malarial rarely *een to-day Ac-
commodaliou comprigaa enclioed
gnlMrie*. 2 reception, dining room
bedroom.. kitchen, panlr_v.
atoreroomg. garage etc Wall rr-
comnvrndad at th* groatl. reduced
price now required
nill.DINOI.ANB Roeklev W*
me mitructad to ofTer a moat
building alt* In a
l.-l 1- '
I ink. I
a ilia ret o
nd
MOBKRN II M.tl.Ot Cl i l'l
Church-A uniaue modem homa
daalgned by
lo take full at
elevated ilte
m
narlcati airhltact
inlaga of a choice
wllh magnificent
.. over in* Caiibbe.ui Thar.
3 bedroom.. 3 bathroom*.
is room, gtudv. kllchan, laun-
-nd gaiaB Petv.
"WINOT WILLOWS"r>o*p*>it,
SI Jam**. Unlurnlahed houae on
coaal. with 3 bedroom*, lounfcc,
verandah, overlooking aaa ale.
Immediate poawilon.
-IN i it \Nt lk> lack Marlaw
Modern well rieugned and aoundl.v
bu.lt buns-low on Ihe coaal
where Ihere n alwaya a cooling
breere There u a lane com-
bined lounge dining room, kitch-
en with nerving hatch 2 bed-
room*, bulll in garage and all
ii.oal office- Open lo offer*
RICHMONO". Marine Oarden..
A Mlidly coiiMruclM 2-gtorey
alone houae wllh wallaba hlnglad
oof and pine flooring; well placed
on corner *lte. Pleasant lawn,
flower bed., kitchen garden and
ha
brenkfa.l room, large kitchen. 3
verandah*, i bedroom*. 2 bath
and lollel*. 1 garage* and **r-
vnnt quarter. Very suitable for
convection into flat* or boarding
"LOCKERBIE BOISE". Brlltoni
Croa* Rd Em* example of a pre-
war 2-toray Barbadian home
p. iv.ding an atrnoaphare
Old
,-|, . ,
i by
Vorld" (ardeii In which II
land* The covered porch at Ihe
from ol ihe hou*e la but one of
the pleasant feature* about 1. V
crblc" and on entering Ihe lounge
variably r>reive* f-vourabla om-
i"nl The teparale dli.mg rOMJgn
U usually appre.ii.ied and alao
Ihe small aludy and long wide
verandah. A propnrty well worth
viewing If real value for money
la wanted
HOLOER'S NOISE". SI
Jama*. An Eaiat* Housa bu.lt of
.tone with pine floor, and lilngle
roof 3 reception. .1 bedroom.,
verandah, etc also garage and
usual .il mil Wing. The houae
4 arm of well
n.nhogaiivi ap-
llmhared
p mar had
IV. ... I v.
The
inled
al tract ion
very lovely Hie which ha
advantage of bring well el.
and cool, with fine view
round Coait i. lee* than i
awav and town 6 mlkr>
Sub-
' BILL CREST'. Bath.keb.
lantially bulll modern stone bun-
galow on Ih* brow of the cliff*
- line view of thi. rockv
."nine Them are three good
bedronm.. living room. 2-sided gal-
lerv kitchen, tervant** quarter.
and garagv Elerlriciiv and water
re laid on The 1-and U ova. 0
acre* and Ihere are about 10 ro-
eognut tree* An mirre.tir.g
proposition at the low figure asked
RENTALS
'""J.IPLYVNt.-1 Garden Gap.
ting* NKelv located lutnlah-
gsgsa ---
WBITtBALI FLATS". Cod-
ringlon Hill St Michael Modern
parbnenu wub use of beauUlul
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS sad
SURVEYORS
PLANTATIONS BVH.D1NG
Phone 44a


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futur* on %!> par ad*
<>milRl> iiiimi \n oaiajsa-.y
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Ordaiiv Officat
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These GENTS'
STRAW HATS each ......
Ul money
one. Perfect for any occasion
CONING BOONthe -imp kind for Lad
Evan Man m Barbados should urn:
MODEL STORE Crn Broad & Tudor St
DIAL 3131
IH Cat Waatharriis
Ttu- hJrb.Hli.. Rrmtnrnl
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Sdfgeanfs Village Christ X
Church o
and under the Patronage of V
Mr. Fred Goddard. M.C.P.. S
and Mrs. Goddard I
at th< \
DRILL HALL. Garr! X
I ri.ljv. :ih Srpiemher. 19.11 $
baglnnlni at 8 p.m. o
Programme includes mu.M- \
rales, sketches, songs and m. ^
itnimtnta] solos etc. and ar- V
lists including Messrs. Paul *.
Wiikin*. Cednc PhlUlpa, I
Gerald Bannister, Clvete \
Goiiop and Mtaaa Betts 1*
Cr.rrington and Nell Hall. **
Members ol Lbo Police Hand \
utd othera will in- contrlbuu ^
Ing.
By kind pernilw.in of thr I
(UmmtHslonrr o( Police the O
I'ollre Dancr Orrheslra wUI \
be playing N
HEFHESHMENTS ON SALE **
Dancing to 3 ...m. ;J ;
TirkeU: :-: SI.(HI 0 !
The .^nglia is smart, comp-i t, powered by the bmous
Ford 10 h.p. engine, equil*ped with excelleni brakes,
and safe Herring. Deeply-sprung upboliteryairunls ample
room for four big people and all their luggage ran be ,
accommodated in the capacious boot. The Anglia is
C MMbA lowest priced export car and ii is extremely
economical on fuel. Plrase call on ui R> a full demon-
stration and for details of our spec i-l m k e facilities.
CHAS. MC. ENEARNEY & Co., Ltd.
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^ DRILL HALL
N SATCRDAV. September 1>I.
0 1951. from 3.30 pin
\ Under the distinguished
v patrooaffa of His Excellenev
\ the Governor and Ijidy
N Sa\age
-> There will be the usual
V Stalls, including Household,
& Variety. Sweets. Cakes. X
Jj Lucky Dip. White Elephant. 5
k Books, etc.. Game* of X
* Chance and a well stocked X
> BAR.
\ One Art Hav al 5.30 t. the \
** BKIDGIHiUV PLAYERS X
. \ .-iiiitird "The 'Lady from \
II Abroad" N
!> .Seats {/ A 1/6 {
, \ Police Band will be In V
Attendanee v
\ ADMISSION TO FAIR ^
\ AdulU !/ X
.' i.ihh-. .-. and Nursr. fid I
Glands Restored to
Youthful Vigour
In 24 Hours
Scientist Explains How
New Discovery Makes
Men feel Years Younger
CIIKCHE
BACON lasssscsD
t HlthlN II minis
SALTED NITS
t LBV TINS HAM
LACTO(;\
t^'WLAC
ASSTD. BISt 1 ITS
BfTTER OONCENTftAT
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APPLE SAI'CE
BACON RASHERS 1
SPttNUE PI'DDING
ASSTH JUT Its
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OLIVES Bo*
MANGO IIIIIMV
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HALM IS tin Spired
Vlueajart ,.
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VKOEMITI
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MAXWELL HtMSC
00UNBH ARROW RIM
> Roebuck Street DIAL Wt S. UH
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SMI latala, hu aniuncd
-i lli real aacrrl ot >outh.
flT. and hranh U "
landi in >UJi bodr.
i" ...i.r
Tl nmailni tHTna- about It* ot this de*tor u ma tart thai ht has pf-
I!td a combination of lirrm and mtdi-
(inri Into .nit4 aid .*,)-l-Utr labl-t
ijm fm% Thia dastossry. csiird vi-
lihm 3* hoHii .
almplr Homr lira....._.
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H. astaslatnt aid .M he ta'. irl il
. m E SasJB ".' 1 12 i. i.
in 34 hOHti. This (trat tli i
lir liomr liratmaut and tan b* ud
'ir'.ly f an) one t btliia i.. )oulh.
fuur, asd lltahly. ajHl liaMs )ou to rn-
iy th* rftrpliasufl rf llf
Don't %m m Wastk Men
No luniir ti it nrcaaar> Inf you to uf-
far tlomloai of alfaur. *r.i n
V. I. Sew i iff 'm
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY
"Kotl.mu ii SSSH MtnpU lhaa
':'rttes; lasWcl; In be Sfmpl'
i. lo be prawi.- FMKHSON
The most simple way
of cooking ii by Gas
Fresh Stocks
Jusl Received
PAHK DA^HS SACpHAntN TADS
PAKK DAVIS PAJ-ATO*- COSSP.
PAKK DAVfcS I'AUATOt- P1ALN
PARK DAVIS I 1VIHHON
PARK DAVIS BETF IRON aS
WINE
DODD ."HIS
THERM OC, TJiT. BUB
nn chases Livut pills
DB CHASES NERVE FOOD
\-TArn'VTE TABLETS
MUM
ANALGEFUC BALM
KA1N
COATS
PLASTIC ONES
S298 EACH
I IIAM IIIIOS.
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IiKiinlul plo.i.nl |ia*
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mal'i y<-ur body tlijs
i -ill find that
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load and )iltali>
.ti an i '
l t* a araK and altki.
- jox and pltaaurra "I
and wr (oi yourx-lt
aaaun (Vh yonc am!
piniciuilr u. Ilia
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Ii)* anil i.-ai.i fell<
.matlbft and u)o\
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Doctor Pi civ
Vl-Tabs
Vl-Tob. ha be-n
thr aotld Pat liiitii--. Di Jimr Ra<-
li-lli. a.arlr-lnoan annilnit and phji
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i't*n In ail im bod- ...
f inrtiMaa Maav muitti ar* ot |1-
(iBioft Ihfel Uaa Ira* .-. t-i of voull.f'i
'ifsw aa-a mfeiit* lir. m !- rind
lt.ad an my raata at ripai
.io ntacthat. It i. or. o^u.um thai th*
matflca] to-rmtila kno:. a. V.-Tab. r. :
f*n in* bmhk mad-i i
il i.r.lrnrnl OI allnixla' inn ai^ in.la
nraiina tn* ilandi and Inm irnda to tr-
'uT.laou- and .rUtlt) lo tla
bodj.
Fool Roasffts in I Oay
Rfrana* Vl-Tabj ar* clrntifKallT tttf
poundrd lo arl dlrntiv up,.
and Ihua IliilfMrat* Id* i ,_,| and ft-
animal* Hi* boar, Ihrr* no wmj aiinw
Ji>r irilt, aftaal uart- iruoit
iv'iliitf laaprHaaum aithn, 11
thai i*r faat l*n ai- i-.jn*t -iilin
or.* >i Th r**Ulli havr h-
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up hap* af *'*f beiui aliont,
t.i-oxroua asam
Rasulls Guarontaed
Ao onlatandlna ha- i- I
FROM THE
B. I. F.
TO YOU!
LADIES" EVENING BAGS
madr of Crepe, Satin and Brocade
A HANDY SPECIAL
from th* British Industri** Fair
a
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WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY
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4SSOUM IVilSI
The Society is pleased io
announce the appointment ol
Mr. K. S. Yearwood as a Canvasser
as from 1st September, 1951.
C. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.
THE 1952 ISSUE Or" Till:
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
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i HE SEARCH FOR BARBADOS BONNIEST BABY of 1951 is on, and
mother; are invited to enter their babies for Barbados' Bonniest Baby Contest of
1951 Barbados' Bonniest Babies are, of course COW & OATE Babies and this
competition is open to all babies fed on COW & GATE MILK FOOD, the Food
of Royal Babies and the Best Milk for Babies when natural feeding fails
ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 30 1951
nuns:
FIBtff I'BI/L Ihe Otm -'Hi 0M Slh.-r rh-illrnir Howl to keep r.ir
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1 lid- from lin- ol CM! .V '--'e M.ik I'ood.
Parents 4ree l" abide b> Ihe -elei 1 uns ..i the Special ( mrmltrr
. nd the llnal Judiei.
I hi mrlM- IU] hiding babies mil lie selreled hv a Hoard of Judge.
lor I.rial Judging The names of the *eleet-d twelve will appe.r m ih.
-i i il.n xdn.r.iir' of Novemlier llh and the final iudgini ill take
pUrv nil Dill ill. ITIli Ni\cmher 1951.
The Judges chosen for the Competition
are as foiiows
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