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r PACE TWO M \l>\\ \ln 51 HDAV, M III MII1J. .'. Il uili LMERGENCY WEDDING EMPIRE NOW SHOWINC 4.45 & 8.30 Daily FOLLOW SUM SPENCER TRACY JCAK KNNtTT I €U>ABFTH TAYLOR 'i"ath~ifilittle A Dividend' 11//./. IK/" CAN Alii AM 'WHISKY M %  %  %  semi%  visit. #iA*o Callmq Will be Represented T HE Wet* Indies will b# represented jt the Conference of C'ommonwM*lth Minister* i n London dealing wiHl problems of ..ijdu.-'uiwi VflM Indian DtifMHOB will be led by Hun Albert Qom* Her First Lipstick LATMST DON IAUO* SIU4 SUtJCI fftt* 1 sinners iiv\M mm ^1 II K II IMI \ I m^ :i IIOHKHT IIHMI. IIMIIMI_Ao.nl>. \IARTIN UMIu.n. I1ENIIIX: Hotgf I AHMICIIAEI.. Slanl.y CLKMKNTS >.'^,'.-.'.'.*.'.'.'--.'.'.'. *-'.'-'-'--.-.-'' MM MREI %  at llOl.n*N. KIM Mil I II SATURDAY. 15th Seal beginDANCE OltCHl BI n Tlrfcls I Cl Special Programme l %  ootl Kei Trinidad with Mr fUalever S4 .., BrlUah Guiaiu and Hon. D. W gangster of Jamaica and Hon. Ml John Saint of Barbados n-ill sing "Ang. members. i n the event ol Mr, Raabjevir j.cnti.panied by beuig unable lo attend hla pi*" 1 s*ili be taken by Hon. O. D. I M BrW m I I BI Vincent. Barbados' Bonniest \ t usual at W time of the mother* are busy colJiuujing tnrii.eerinf rry ^ tha u^ „,„ „,u>. *r.. STXNLEY ('ARHINGTON .*! Wmdwr" St lay by T.t A after %  their babies for the annual Bon1 ,.. the makers "f this baby faod Ikj eompatttk has undoubtedly ,d .. -mxl effect on the health M ... wmimr h itd'a-* with sm *" rht]it .,.,.,.. s-nncthini: : ra US BBS. g' 11 J ,, .ill b.' glad to heir that the lo Join Husband of ludgas foi t-io com. RS. ERNEST BEA1 I UUon has already been Mr. JACK EGAN in the — refurned yesterday from lo be *V "i Enflland. Ireland a fJW SIIS HJWl 14bei ltd nvtons. her I %  i> jm higii wMtn %  rtew to Hi her from Hollywood. M.II-II: WSStJ green and dress, carried Two straw bask'-' latest thing in the Ui I she %  never gives me any %  g -vs Margaret's molaer. < eood girl.'" nag 'i ask mother, and ihe let* me have some." says Margaret. %  '. on? W sum." And M ar sj af ePi eyeopen %  %  %  ttsn Creole Petroleum Corp. Loaf Leave M'r AND MKS. (.'LAUD I) SIMS and their two son> John and David arrived from vrstcrdat by BW.IA. Here for ten days A FTER six months' rwUday In mrnat %  •• %  -.*"> -i ihe Paradi" England. Ireland and the Beach Club. m*Ut of the followContinent. Mr. Jack O'Dowd ., Doctori A. I. Stuart, Basil Egan orar of the Director* of Mr s,m u %  %  uperviaor 'th ._._. -poration Gihw. ( \l, hfl Un nnlil %  %  i Hlice of W Irinidad ArrivaJs M R. D1AMUID UORDUN W i ( AND Till ItSI.AV. 4.3a AND H.1% PM -.vvi LMi Nancj <:r\\ p \ . In . BLACK MAGIC" And BLACK BOOK" with . Robert CUMMINCS — AARW DAIII. 9W %  • % %  rielurrs that will pin you lo >our Milt '. % %  ttota mnidad %  \ lay in Jtarbadus. Arama phng was Mr. J Ooodll r.ienaila. Trinidad ; rb tan i I arorlt with tawn, Krltlsh Gular %  t, Iwenty-eight-days \ n Warrant St Muh-el. __„^ . _, ;. A frtniU E R E f, r t*cnty-eighi days 1 ff Mr. Arthur Ond** holMy, are Mr. and Mrs. ;( l..n N Umwn and thnir two ehUO \cyins at in Rosalynd and Mary Th' v,'.'/AW//AV''/.v//''''' % raAurnlng b Of two am %  • %  to Canadii DAKCE gsara ratal ac !.--. H I Ma s:i Haiuld JohnV.n, II L Messrs. Wm. Pogarty (B'doa.) Creole Petrotoum Ha Dl A. S. Cato Ud.. rtlumed u Cartpito. m thi .ommtttee Trinidad hy B.W.I.A. Mrs Fgan <; OsQran, Igrs. OUa will be returning Mai ml Barbados Holiday md Mrs. J. A. month by ship. ,ti Ptetursa of the young \/f T?;s BERTHA HOWLETT nn I rrj forms and lids can With Cable and Wireless -Ira M ,S QAISSM A Smith arMle he vnl Into J B mart. AND MRS. BDWARO rtvad from Gwrn-trnvn. >i Leslie k Co.. Ud.. the local jy£ CO ZIER and tlu-ir lift'iiTnnidad yesterday by B W.l.A. lo month old son John arrived from *pend two weeks* holiday in BarI .ufta Nel.nn Tn.me.rrnw Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A batlns slaying with Mr. and Mrs. J£fL y ,?L? T ?? .ii ,( s ^ na ,hree wceka holiday in II ll Hart 1'UE (. N S. Lad? Nelson will B,,..^,^ .ujing with Mr. and H.. sl ,ngs. J .arrive in Barbados tomorrow Mrs. Neddie Alkinson of Burke; at daybreak, and will sail the ju-ach". Bay Street. t§m evening for St. Vincent, Edward is with Cable and and GeorgeWireless' Branch In Port-ofSpain and this is his first visit t Barbados in four years. "Thr Pavilion". With B.W.I.A. Ml For Brother's Wedding M ISS SHfULA TRYHANE. daughter ot hamof Iriston". Golf Club Koad I.UIZ RODRIGUEZ who i% ith B.W.I. Airways flew in from Tri' with hi five-year-ol.i daughter Judith. He expects to he here for one week I PI w •*. BTOWN DIAL 7310 1 U-r. %  !., Mdlini A IN LULLABY OF BROADWAY FKUIAV 1INLV 4J AND IIS TM. "HOME OF TIIK And DKVII.'S PLAYfiMOI'Ml" OI.Y.MIMI i \si hui nowfl T<-I>AI lit IIS P.M tux DeaMa Gr.i i %  PICK MAHK . in . •VKI.I.OW SKV" Aad • MANHATTAN MKI.OUKAMA" Slurri".; I \lt!.K Mi,, \)>\ PLAZA ill-UN III .i MM OPERATION PACIFIC TU-MOKROH \MI 11 I HIIA1 4.30 A 1.11 IVM. AVI,, ill Una Tl'BNEi: . in . UIIINNV EAOEB" And CJIAINE T'INKY MTEDNI HM1 ,\ nil'RSDAY. 4.3. A UI I'M Claraa GABLE Spaaoar TRACY . in "BOOMTOWN" H>R MS AMD MY CAI. . with . (.. na KELLY Judy GARLAND HOYAL \si nra nowi KI-II.W 1.30 St 8.15 I'M Fax Double Rlohard WIDMAKK Paul Dorci.As 'PANIC IN TIIK STRKKTS" I'OK MB AND MY GAL" ts; Starring : Gene KELLY Mynw LOY TO-MURKOU AND Tt ISDAV. 4.30 & 1.15 I'M. Rrpuhlle Ih.ubh%  -U\KI v < TWO GUYS FROM MILA'AIIHII SOUTH OF ST LOUIS ('.LOBE • >M1I i 1.1'l.orK and ( %  HI rmnia-o* niNAvr THE SREAT CARUSO iwiM-G-Uc*n.TECHNIC0L0R ll"X l!r. I %  lli.-i. .,1 I,..in. shim mux INn|,|dr todB, It a.m to Noon Pit I -. Hnu.p 4Kr Raltony 72.'. R.ixP. *1 0 Wild Hill ELLIOTT Oaw HAYES . in . •TUCSON BAIDERs" Aad Roi ROOD Data EVANS . in . "YKI.I.OW ROSK <)F TEXAS" HI11MSIIAV A Till RSIIW. 4.30 A KU Mf. A.i.ll MARA Robarl AliMSTPONG . In . •EXPOSKK' "SI.II'I'Y NcOaV UVITOBV IIASINS Whu. Pi !" I K.lll %ltM TOII FT sums i id Pll tit.-" l.,i*i ii"," %  %  l" u.,. I.., i li.rs I'mk traroOCaU aBCOCUi -i>n. UPE THE IfAIIHAI'O** I O-OPF.ItATl\ i: KIIIIIV FArTOIIV 1.1II. Barbados Dramatic Club • SEE HOW THEY RUN" A Hilarious Comedy 19th, 20th, 21-1 September, s :n p.m. MATINEE: Kridav 21*t Srp'rmber 3 p.m. c. a l Tlie Archdeacon is now lying . I) bave cmei. 141 l Itaai.J attuut 11 ActO-. (S) l>> Breali 111 contlnuitr. I6i l. Cowboy or gUlds f tl> 3M. Snlionsi emblem 'n reTerte. ii 'P. 131 %  15. Bird urealv; limn IB, V'-.'..'duyS are tie in-*-, (fl I.,,,,., 1. File boser doe* nm iniitM Millflieu with It. ISI J BraiD-wse' iMi :i. Do'.mHU nrriy ptoUUiM It 131 .1 A drciee of sorts. (Si . Tti* chuime Of rulf. i4l 7. Osllini you %  snerp u> W. Adapt ttom thr 1 ouinitrr. I'll His brother Austin Is a solicitor's clerk, articled to the firm of G I. W. Clarke and Co. -TOUR airlines operated through i l() a,,^ & rim. in r Seawell yeslcrda>. T.C.A. and H Returning To-day I.W.IA. operated their scheduled fltghts while B.C. Airways and C HAKLIF. PETERK1N. son ol K.L.M. came In on chnrtered |gf. Arthur C. Peterkin of ,,ight>. due back today from me coieasMe'* ten-day Caribbean To Preach at CirUiedral Cruise, has Just qualified as a land surveyor. Also due back \7ENEHABLE Archdea V Maxwell of St. Vincent iruD* (ll Ml (I) Ii CoiwumiM.. iSi 17. Lettor (or •porting 18. The man > i ll .-. 11. Sfl \ wrfk-wnl -ir-Ptcn 131 21 but *ure. i4> 22 Oo on Dr. before vtetorf day. (4< "-i"*%  •" %  •'in • ;iu(j-< %sr**§1 %  BraStS %  ." today from the Cruise brother and slster-ln-ls Mrs. Rob Peterkin. M: and preach at th. the Cathedi will I :lock service st I il this evening. Ti-f]... """. RAYON SPUNS (all Shndps) I _ir > S .90 COTTON LINENE M" '" ....—For School Uniform IRAYON SATINS -36" IS DIAPER CLOTH _S4" (S .70 |CREPE %  CHECK VOILE -.-!•• 1.04 —36" ( 1.15 DIAPERS <* .51 CIII1.DRFNS VESTS All Stan @ .45 .Starrtno Dniiald BARRY Turn BROWN O,., ,,,,,,, I ridufi at E3MPMBE MGKMiSI mm\t,m mi m 'E mm .'U SCRtN "IIVIO — -,-~7. mm m — mm mm RAIN BRINGS -RHEUMATie PAINS COLDS I Ll QincjaY A I:FFECTIVFJ,\ DISPELS THEM ll. EVANS A Will 11 II I US SPECIAL DISCOUNTS On Any ... -ROLEX" WATCH YOUR SHOE STORES MAKE YOUR Booghl GET 'ASPRO' NOW BOXES -if • STRIPS -if 5 %  /(•-. between to-day's dale and September MKh 1 Q .>1 ONLY AT LOUIS L. BAYLEY BOLTON LANE Sole Representatives. HOME ATTRACTIVE DIAL 4220 MORE I %  WITH : CONGOLEUM We ran supply you with Ihe foUiming M7e<. : %  QVABBI :—3 yds. x 2 yds. 3 yds. a 2>. yds. 3 yds. x 3 yds. 3 yds. S t)t yds. 3 yds. x 4 yds. BY THf: YARD :— 9 feet wide 6 feet wide 3 ft wide 3


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>l Mi \\ .] II I Vllil i: J i |-,l M M>\\ Al>\< Ul. PACK TIIRIIE FARM AND GARDEN EWING CIRCLE *> AGKICOLA IMH IN ( OR\ || IN LAST waea ^ %  ON '• %  .,.: %  ,.. : %  : ... cuntnbuUoii of to the worl l's product! or Indian purUnc. I ... MexiAv -.Dd other South Amm%  . %  nd Southern I America account* for approximately (0 per cent r.f world production, but AiaypUoa 1.1 rated as the Urges! expoi believed to MV %  mai/e have for km* been a subject afcontrovi troun of wild related graasais and the evolution of *.: % %  diffleull to 11-construct. Severities niic nf I) types a.i .i plant %  with macaj mall ear. branches and, I. appear fr. ing th.it k. id .f habl almost from 11M :..I. .. %  nlng of the Chn tl I bill found corn being i UltlvaV. l in UK While I M | %  %  %  plant furnished food foi I and beael end wai re* table for new! Thire an Upes and we need onb briefly Fed comeach kernel encloeed in a husk u turn—ill fop corn —ears small kerne! liable COl] quality; / %  %  11 with few %  ing season; su'i or ftou type mu. poseessing no horny nnklrd nH translucent what the BTJ adaptable to I import the canned art m iMaS.pi tag '. %  the eap of the %  0 the iuinking of the starch on dijm* th> moa*. important commercial ton %  %  suited to ma; both while and v.ilow varieties exist. >' ha. been made to the parti 'Mth inadequate matter of seed %  : and Caned... eg hern made in • if hi ivy -lelil'ne use of what is BraV Thbl 1> the work of plant breeders who. working on a vast number of t>pes, hav. iei whll h. %  '1..H ;IteiT.iint! th-.M I .unol %  > nor%  >H1*. This i Lopmenl has n • I .. jnd has stimu. the business of large scale production of seed %  fnti |g imperative as Iba power if bo uses his own v.iii Bad Q of typee I IHIHIUCCII %  . %  %  i %  %  :>year, lin tlu> davelopnaant tia.s added 1 10 the value of %  i innot look %  %  i i ment unless and until a central breading %  Sift. .. :itlfic exploration, as : rav* neet.me increasingly popular easier to fit and to sew thun set in sleevt and if Weil %  ii are more comfortable la "ear These tleeves have bawn in ready-made clothes f. The original of this type was The kimono sleeve. Th; %  sides IX'IIAV the ell a bit Thl %  ,r*i make %  At the .tv uMei %  % %  %  %  %  %  ti %  %  %  %  %  %  %  thiUna i %  shoulder Una length fi> %  must be I lj you will i ark aaain loofl snouluer B tap. This Is %  %  %  A lii-iii L to these 1 ban If W %  down '•< I sure to I-1 back Into it will ham bt ting tin' -L i thg hi n '.nil \l:\\ FROM CANADA PRETTY LADIES DRESSES Slop Getting Up nlQnlS Younger s5rBr4Jsa,KV:.. I :,,J. H. % %  < MI mi %  HMMIH |W>a m.uta.. I" T Kouti %  '•> SiFuSSE '3CS.^""!!TBS Ka nHti>*> .•• Ma • :. .d la arl >•• rl I I %  Un Pjaat icvna, is merely a rectangle o; clou toadad in half on the lent th and in half again on vMth the neck GUI out Gardening llinls For Amateurs The (.urden in Sepleinhrr t %  ti Oeptcmbar beaUai I %  %  weeding and ntoa %  kth .ii; look aroui prove aha i %  %  the year I % %  path is %  i %  %  . Uly-pooV A Uly-pOol in a K;IIrteo la on. ..r • things which oi i gives no troulil* in up-ke< p. I id h rool oho'i' .i 1 ciuiet beauty, that aeon %  garden. . . ., %  been detenlwd twice i: rill not do to rei*ent it again. As regiird path gao M gag g d-fri %  % %  ''> evei laating. I nd II : colour I GaYoWtng Ornniiuuls Septemler i a good time too .. .i,.,| not Of the ..: il lovely, %  .i •d*l| too, poaall \eido this %  i i %  %  not to tin II ii intn ii kind of cOm.-.tone pots. Bird-baths and gnomes which doroinate th' 1 the eye to tl e No, gaWoan ornaments %  j -i : . but, in cauee %  %  ii. the gaiden sivms to cull for amulets a llhoul It. I %  garilen iilaid out In %  Uird-balli or Sun-dial would break the monotony and would %  loo in relieved when an ii I t ahe pool .,1 o \.-i> I i %  doorwan or at the heed n pa'.hs. or to (ill a .ii 'ins a aanaa "f %  Id be rnaliuadnod, n ovai %  ii-e avoldi I .ii ili ii Belli lies NJ garden is qutto coiiipleuwit tout a g.u-dvn bench, and. in a large garden tisere may be n> mi for man iban one Tbo p'aring of tnew barwhaa should rot be a haphazard affair but hould be CftO thought out and the .beneh placed to A spot that commands the best view elttaM daatant •" iii den Is a gnni eholcai n > %  bal tered comer whom II %  knit oi chat in comfort, also helps to make the garden %  tran p'.i %  %  ai I place. There are a*Vi (furil'-ri hrnrh to chooar from. and here again suitability ahould bo con Idered PW wbiara In the %  mall simple eg %  lirh would look attmi kind of bench would be i.f place) m the larger aicl mom formal gaTTJan Htm a carvedstone oi a concrete bench would be most suitable. This kind of bench should be placed on a eoni rate <>r paved four/latton or platform and if flanfead l>y large ornamental pots il can I spot In tl"' Harden. Another kind of garden IK-IKII wench looks well aim Wham is the solid White pomud wooden bench wilh siattnl back If this kino is given a couple of good coats of peial . lust almost indefinite^'. %  I seams sh under. II n %  h..W f-.l machine i %  not Ion %  %  SI I bt • %  a} rot PAIN CAN BE CONQUERED! iauafij(7 l wekomtd bi Oocion' Ortr I J.OCO dcKton a l^ 5/ in Gran Briuin alon* ui %  : at lh r BaTgaraM t S^u ftaan Mienofltally (naOKinei (Ptiaaatavm. Calaixa *ne Aiatykalicr'ic Acd* to that ha *or madKlnet io|ha HI a|SalgggiOsa> That U -"/ Anaca i*ti aa" an* "d 'to'e jour wnt c* •>• being. Ovtr i:.|| uiher Ahadi NEW LADIES HATS \hv\ UtMi'l Mix 11 "A \"l IrOH will DOt -from u comedy oi Inal n .,. %  Kiiuity, as a f*>mignar. Foreign aetresaes may onlj ptaj on the AgMTW %  van months for ii .,( their Thia Caila Prea>* FOOD SIN mo r: old I pUil .. in coinmerei .1 %  are no v. helps to hung aVlWI A l.lllle Ki'l.i\.ti(.ll I IM I I | Done Dl pictures i tn III %  to tl. Japanese paw San Francisco next mOI I i %  Theatie at the •IIS|K>NII of th. [IJ Q ..inineiit Two picluie will pinkihly DOt DO shown a of the Brave." Tl %  U %  ,-* i h< Lataal Btylaa la i av< iv Ni M i .I.M. -•ir |g| gag I i-ll FOI I VI IIVIIIIM. IIIVI !- M W IN I.MHI s vw w Tle j^rfrri fuusli tn ilir perfexi make-up— Lip*tick by YvdeWgt ('. %  !. .in i' I .\\ ing and beguiliog, taiiu-lik* tnuili and MiKMiilirii tekture iuiaginable. All this plug a/irm -alve \>ill nrvrt Bjaggdaaj ,w imrai (aaaaaaaWaasaVB>akaa>aaBaBaeee). •da F.,iin.Uboa Crrani • Luguid kounJiUun %  afcgjadi Ununlasuon < j'liu • Make-up Bai < %  . %  .. M .. • OsBf|j|gtJaj Powdar • Kauge • Mairaxa • Eye Shadow V A R D I. I. V D a r %  a a T L O %  D O I SOTIRED.HERVCUS several days before from >^ FEMALE WEAKNESS? Read the ADVANTAGES t of TahinK This M'jditino ^ Made Especially for Girls and Women! In this modern w tag? Bo If fem;. you sutler painful tired aj %  b .. %  aynipUims. 1 %  -: %  .., % %  C : DOER Moa* than 'y femgde j:• 1 ri '>f this nature 1 It works through n on tag thLs aoOthiT fortlng Andherc'athegrea' In taking PI: he/j)% %  UATJCm Or you man io *nn ffviC. %  •• purse > THE EXCITING NEWS IN im&&.%& TMe WOMAN'S HtfttB ^1 VECETXBIE FABRICS is HIGH HSHION "TEX-WADE'pRMTS! Old Colony, QlMwood, Vletorii, Beverly nd Sunna . ,„ Lreath-laking pattern, and exciting Mtoan... arc only a few of "Tex-made" prinu now aMB| ouutanding piece good, Imys to the smartly draaad women of today. "Tex-madc" print, are tubI'M awl 8 un-fa.t... cool, comfortably light and long wearing. Sew your own from "Tex-made" prim. rou will get that pri.elea, du.linc.ion of a •Texniade" fabric dresa . j„ a 8marl combinalion of high fashion and low price. Remember the name "Tex-made" ... and look for the identification band, and Ug on the piece good.. They are your guarantee that the print, you buy re genuine "Tex-mad. %  fabric. "TlX-MAOi" IS WILL MADE



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r I'M.I 1(11 B Bl \i>\i &DVCM I si NDA1 si I'll Mill K 1. \rA B'DOSTEAMFORB.G. Ml BE ANNOUNCED SOON Young Lvfl Arm Bowler Holder A Certainly llv II. S. Illl'l'l\ X" 1 ' •-'-'• %  tlul Ih. BW> U %  PICKWICK DEFEAT LODGE OUTRIGHT Rain Interfere* With All Gome* t X] cricks* %  %  kwick it 1 %  latter uroui < AKITON n, Y.M.P.C. i.lull I M i• %  > %  f.N. m making timely ifi their second rarnsl V MFC at I .second da* :. cricket rlictuie. have %  I NOSllOKTNOTit I %  hat thi available n %  %  i thai Iha BnrasKlot Mtm Is no longer selected In telephone, un. K.WI.V ONES HA, GO T i %  i .a t enssetVot i I irst >"' %  %  % %  ltd out fu%  %  %  .. I : • %  %  AN OUTSTANDING STALLH MS Racing At Arima (on lima* /* %  Leg e n d man %  *^r* \,• o.mxl\ r V v ought i> Mr Cyril Barnard of Si Vim* H sl d l %  .iiitiiiiclv Spy Lagans' mare b\ I nd he began his tour ol us seven Iha race* could been regarded as so td n mark %  nd in iii> the I IU mg> siorr. %  I %  AltlMiuKh I admit no* In ,ne ""' ; %  I believe that Uie time has rwncjor somcj UI R |1V| wlcketa for 47 ^^ *roag i--*ition of 7 tt tnghvictory. (948 %  i iraUan .r..... ^. P*sn Md In I Mean time of call Ham Y M I'C. having 200 %  UILS lo make in order to avoid :t„ i England b; i lose of play found thrr, ; ,, p nd, third and I wukela taken for a that ordt; %  ,,-d in the clasrncagre IS runs. The game began yesterday on a Bui Normarrton. to whon Handll I* 1 !" £"' n rt 1 rbouaandO ii u but was un; "'* ""SLJ ..— n maue nc wicKCt a ( .'.v CarllcnbauiiM "•* on to I hi. race -i UM Hf^ TI Park, and he ,.d him as well as w iTto owl.kP %  • ., % %  ... %  '"' k '" v %  !?. how \ V v c .""-' 101 for 7 and d<-elored. O. Harding, N. *' %  W. Man i. .MI. bag 8" 27 ..ml 23 not out, played the bit C. McKanzN-, 19. and H. Hutchftaaon, II gave good SUSP E. Branker. Y.M P.C.'s spinner, i. an | by t;ikIng i Carlton vnckass for 49 run.-. I .lion. n 13 overs. K. II. Wi I f '.lie Y.M.I" for BSVon runs, and 0 I .ners of_the quk-k runs geth;is taken Iha other hv seven %  rout l. ... OABBISON COLLEGE \\K Kl l Ml M IM PROVl U %  in bv i KENSINGTOM B UT CRIC Ki T wleket thai %  I H4.VS DO" 1 %  -, %  Ih. on Thursday 23. %  whan iha .. %  %  M plai .i*k*aidly. I ngrce with Keith Walcolt, who on winning In Taylor's XI. But Hunl opiiitrs PJgJlUSW and King at il not meant %  which tlunuan 11 %  to bat, but Itl till have iik-.i to have bowlei: wicket. IT won.I) ll \\ i HI l \ THE SAMI I F THE WKATHFi: %  as coiiifwould tts %  n Irani would have I sight <>f the-aeledh| who Haw Hi rron %  pndli ran Held nOW and they will be tA %  -hort l.inr. %  I %  I • da %  : JL laicaa and WTphnm and An -.-i-cii-i IH bs. and 14 i %  m 1MB s; i. . %  iriat had Spv I. IPSST h< not have come to the West Indies at all like iha Argentine, Australia or Boutl of C 10.000 In 1M0, at f< i >"' % %  "] .i. ,..•.•. %  • .i be did not train on as well as nme of his con*J mpors "e'er, but he waa nevei • theieeB third Ir the Han urtchi S the aeoson 'i furlongs. He was in ,i bul .. parenUj threi •year-old Csrickel JVain Lcvvei Earlier will leave one an MlKUUl C-i. ..ii.*l* .v...urn by Mi w r Uoyos, riony. avcretary of Uie CrtclaSt AMOCI.lion yeaierday.— Iht reaJtasH nsai Iha IMH I anaaM .<•!• ma nude by British Ciuiana in a cable dateu August %  cahaa read*. h Uuiana liouid owing heavy nnancial con. a to avoid eompeti'ton fX tuber ra^> moat popular of year tind it necessary ask agrevn.. Association advance Tournament k now leaving Ba j faadns i Nineteenth stop urra qu a sl favourable conUon for reasons stated please table reply earliest K ible". local Board cabled to the effect that they were happy to to the request. \j*k Is N'H Champ HKI.SINKI Elis Af-k of Finland, i< new European light weight boxing champion when he kncicked out the holder, Pierre Monlaine. ol Irnncn, la the twelfth of their lS-round content, here. WATER POLO THIS MORNING There will be two water polo nsoathos at the Aquatic Club this morning in preparation for the forthcoming tour to Trimdad later this month. The team-* eats "A": Barbara Hunte, M Knight, A. Sutherland, D. Johnson, Jean MacKinnon, R. Vidmer and Phyllis Ch,UKikLadle* Team "B": Ann Eckstein. F. Carmichacl, Dorothy Warren. J. Gale, Marion Taylor, P. Pitcher and Jean Chandler. Kefterves: Janice Chandler. June Hill, and Phyllis FiUpatrick Mea'. Team "A": A Weatherhead, B. Patterson, C. Evelyn. G. Foster, N. Portillo, K. Ince and D. Bannister. MerTi Team "B": H. Portillo, T Yearwood, G McLean. F Manning, IL Weathcrhead, B. Manning and Geoffrey Jordan. Play begins as soon after 9.30 o'clock as possible. After the matches this morninoniinji. there will be a nMCil I meeting of the players of the Barbados Team to discuac several important items about the tour. In tl.Pettee no those who ng closely whal thn W< b Iha have on ll.tri-.iii (Wllrsr dr S wkt*. again Itecn lir kv • %  i. .t standing da>. inid.) in aj stud and 1 s I I laniard it is clear has every i' WANDERERS vn. HARH1SON COLLBGI 4 making St. Vino net continue to be among the bcM COMBERMERI runnfi with IM runs produced in the n.w.I. %  nd toft nickel declared, On the quo'inm of breeding i mu t also ana thai l like Bra „..,',, match against Poltc-Legend's pedigiti veij r.iu.h. !•; by King Legend, wlm i iy Dark Lea> who link Konald, he is cloner up In tals %  ngle i" thn lam named he case with most sire. today. D I US sirs In Englaim before he v.a.s told 1" Genruuiv v. iv I thn reputation %  til] maintain I up to to-day. „( i.. tng the best sire that country ha ever had. Altliuu h the two, Kuui Legend and D.uk Legend, through whom Spy Legend trneee, may not be fashionable sires to-day, yet tch % %  I pra ires 7 wku. dee.i lii PoUeS for B0 runs on the it 0| play .k i,. of thn Ooflngt duced *ix winners of 26 races, wortti In nil *' 11,780. Amongst them itlvn baiu A.TV short H.mi and Pntll Bleu, both by Pni %  He end.,. ii|. with a bowlini: exported, the fon : It shall I E.Alkin*> kets for 21 he inU-resting to sec which side ,.f s; D 11 v 'elf evident in Ins QggHflng bl the W< 1 tin the iirNl day of play. c. W. The Arima meeting eoothw II conBmlth, the school boys' nBM %  dean sweep of the Trinidad classic with no Mll'lld. toptcorcd with 49 and in the Derby Trial Stakes. Hun over 7J furlongs the race was finally 7.1 N HaniSOn wai not OUI Wl1 tit these llVO there was still unto urn*. irarriwm ,|id not get off hai now in Trinidad but what was bul more unfortunate ws the f... i thai of these only the Jelwr II apptn.rv<| as caught by lllenin.m Off f.i "' tnin form. I...'h I' %  SPARTAN Spartan i m.iii. fat I whin.) • i tan-Empli I.AWI.l ss \si) Bl Bl <.l 1 A BREAK I v. AS certainly less and BOI I %  I I was lucky to no* %  'i^h'.ni:;,' King and whipped off the bnUi • Bant that bul on the othi i %  gatbeiinj a beginner, the milita'. i chanca to ai i" sr bel ire the n think U the gC!.< er ojueauon. I.AWI.ISS HOULKD WELL L AWLESS in the othm ... : highest individual I.I. nl down the > i i. ..( |he v with or.' fldence which Hut if tin Trinl Mntchi little, the opporl I II %  %  later this month la of some I floldnr, of w h little 1 %  I trenwndou nt o) liot In hifaVOUl :'-':^zanS?:-}-l':'U:-:-:-: :>-; r hi Mulllns foi nil ,iDOt As the ground was heavy UXhU I i r though not as heavy awhat nd were doutpby bowled out lor Rt> runs. Colloea had not much of ad %  %  %  i ..'ii down. The nob m ld.it with ;, Uttlc patleiw ""' %  •" wont to 1 mijhi am] hoq tha bad wicket 1 D -Tilth, fon ' • nwled i>\ iti ickman # Beacon .... Page 11 their former elve.*. i. II. i \\ IHIWI. THE WRONG I'N'' i. the .on, and] u . : .. get ,\ ... Ith twenty-two the i) snd Incidental^ I ntotovi %  n>, .,! itoidei. ii wna nuftVient ,t. ng nM to nispiie to UU pndilie lieigm, of Uul when he followed this performance up wiih. a I npiro In the Park %  week ( won Bock Diamond, Flame Flower. Paris. •i. i. ler, and Buddha and Immediately the gnten want up Flame Flower took ihe load. Tiie Jesiea/nt either at hT HI nt verj -i,l (OX the first three furlongs, byt as soon as he was ready I nasil) shot Into the lend at tha tour Furlong and from then on the ovei Winning by m li ICr. i>uk Murray desrrlbed the rnaa i ^uprisingly Flame Flower hold on well to ,-omc SOCOnd whih' a length Of two Gnok weie Pans and Rock fjuunond 3rd and 4iii In that 01 Ft derstood ts old make some kind of a bid, bul 11 's R. and nei1he r seemed really aqua] to the task. On this performanci MedQy remain a %  f..i tha Irinldad Darby nt 1 Chi it now i' the (H-rformancr HI] (•,'. %  m Ponri snd Ml i i.. in Trinidad One thing ape con ! %  sure of it ho doe %  i AfbM this year we will A0 long! nt in OUI %  In | that those il Stakes as a race "f one mile Seeing that the brack .ii.k II would DOl matter much v.l.i. the gal %  IL I l! "ii-* %  i %  i ved. As Curiongl || hakl lime of tin three-yeai -..Id %  ih ..: no axpi %  .1 oi t of rbq ng we an %  where notnlni but sprlDlasi are n-Karded as %  t becoming this youngster hu.s no local El aim bowler In n Uarbados team. With the UM I nly 7i furlongs. ....... %  ** hOTM t.tMII) 1 l.HrtiHAlAM K IIOI.DKK and the coll Lu nut I In tha order of the day r -. that daj wag aot na lmpalrad as Joe Awveitheleso hemusl ,:. so easily for o second i returned bg spartan would indicate—75 rui m ,0 A class. Of co Nan Tudor 1 %  ires of <> -0.3; M. 5; R. 27; seen* to me i" eir best form Bnrmer ran secon. DO regarded us a convincing achlaven %  be is now as good %  • is, Nar %  ri tl first Trial. Tudor appears to be w.iv off i :. claims could never i* overlooked n M one of the iti ingest tales In We i %  still un< Utopia that i> at pie-sent .ibt.uirng i.-; ,d. raiding itself si Artms with the continued Indlfterei i aim to tia. who would feel gore at v Footmark. 1 .. m afraid it mutt wall i come \c ware useless. At least they nave analyse it fully %  l Holder. KEEP A COOL HEAD!! "Stamina, strength and appearance—al! outstanding' — say Motorists ana T,re Suppliers ohk The trrsd rubh H wlnar, HJI i luKlKt. nwir >fMHkjr.-j Riip. rrusuat ihaa •*•! bwhrt, 'I It .mprovfJ All* II. Vfr.-hcr Tread — %  ra Sn p. %  %  every w .i lit; iNtnj ON cooorCAA rusit you can tuut GilOD/YEAR CITY GARAGE VHA.DING CO ^\\\\\\\^lUilii I S l mmi Salad A BTBAW 1141 We alio Oiler lor Men il Hi: A \IIHO MIIIUS sroiiT MIIIUS no: i. I'liooi IIOSM n\ tt.xssuW*^* ,o,,x wam '1 V SHIM'S LASHLEYS LIMITED SWAN & PRINCE WM. HENRY STREETS. 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si Ml AY. SKPTK...1IKK t. 1M1 SUNDAY \HV(M Ml I" \(.l I IVI British (iuLuna Defeated In Table Tennis XK" si \ilio> n> v. \. v. The Into I .1 la Tennis Barbados Thursda\ many fault* i>( The m %  le tennis players. Al. tour has %  on, have Uttlo oV ?ny. CAMPBELL OREENIDQE —won o(f Ml I %  two B.0 players, at hough they Mt thOU C iinpbrll exhibition of %  that m Barbados before On oo much to the delight of the spectators, would have paeeed local defenders. They made hard and waO placed amaatwi looa pie and. without t h v local plate Norman Gill. 1051 Champion, had :. hit iba ball really hard i" paai those two, Incidentally the.i both %  . in his rfgular form Louis Stoute. although defeated this year by Campbal] ureetiUV 1 11 the aemi-linal-, ha* still Impressed many table tennis fan* ho ih lb.boil As i have already men1 % %  %  11. he i the player with tho eonoantnttoo and he can i..m kly adjust hlnucll to n defongame when his upi-menl ha* a good lead. Gill and i.recnidge. unUka stouie. will eontlnue >i>2 whether winning or losing. ILW that Gin bag hand smash hut he must not depend on thai rl< fchoul thai the occasion mil art* Ihll hard loratHuW Lie, Atid Ihen, because ha ha DO defence, he Is forced to continue his erratic smashing The ftral matefa on Thuraday riKht was between Not man GUI and Mlcha.-I Hmnker. 1. player Mad in the "B" Claas In BrlUh Quiana OiU quickly brightened 1 iba Right with a sjj 1 whl a h paoetrated BnUkar*! defence. He won th :•.'. -J7. From . t t ac a J n g Mvir gar, Ha won this gama 21—10 to claim and put Bai I Tha nexl matel batwoan Campball Orecnh lont) Moore the moat interesting of the night. Early in the 111 Moon throw away many points by erratic smaahln Ha qulcko %  tensive gama Thh bora • mod many ol Greenidge** smashes and won the Kama 21—15. In the s ec—M> game Q got four out of the first five pointMooie ana applauded f.-i hi* Wd again (Jreenidge however weir. changed 1 and hi' In ugh hoi 1 %  j winning 31 — IT. ... tha third game 1 ire got his first n-uii ,Miii M liaiu loiohand rmash, his bast for the night S o 11 afterwards Greenidg.* smashed and Mooie leluriwii Moo 1 Ul turn smashed and perhaps bo Buatt hava thought that bla for Gieenidge u return He moved around to ge'a side of the table lv ins surprise he saw tho ball returned He was unable to reach it so Greenidge got the point Moore, how four' out of the first five |>.>ints bu'. Greenidge soon had Ihc gama PMI II, went into the lead and won 31-16 hi put Barbados lw 1 in ihe lead Geoigi Lopm and Louii v met In the third maun stoute 1 began attacking but eased off g >nr, BJ he raised LopM w. | gaitiinn [mints from returning these smashes. Service cluilagad at II— in Lopes' favour He had Stoute at 20-19 but Stoute deuced Ihe i;amc After a good flftht LQpOl mn 24—22. Stoute was on lop In the second gama and he wou this 21 — 15. The third game was not very' exciting Both players played cautiously Lut Stoute, who benefited front an early lead, won 21—17. puttu i Barbados three In the lead bja had no trouble in beating Breaker In the next mate.. In this set Greenldgo even Blade uac of the backhand flick which is not very popular with him. Ha won tho first name 21—11 and with Brankei Uattng concentration ha carried ofl the second 21—9. Barbados had so far won all I hen QUI mil Lope*. Out of the Unit ten p tGill got seven. He looked a certain w inner but Lope* got tinnext four points to bring ihe game even. Lope* waj applauded in the late stages for his magnificent rulunis. He took the lead gnd went on to beat Gill 81—19. Lopes took four out uf tha first flva points In the second name. He kepi this lead lor the better part ot tho game but Gill brought gejntl even at 15 all. Gill took the lead and the following .service changed at 18—17 in his favour I was again even at IB all but Lapes won after the following two shots from Gill went wide of the table. l/ipe-. by winning this sol. opened the score for British Guiana The next match between B and Moore tampered with the patience of tha spectators On many occasions some of the 1 came irritable when these two defenders patted nut a point for nearly ten minutes In thi" set both players knew they could return each other* smashes When they emaahod they lost agnsjentratlon and ntso the point. The only thing to do was to defend anil they did this for the greutei |..ni of the lame. Stoute had the odgc on Moore and he won by Iwo Itralgjhta "M both occasions going 1!S 1\ and —M—20. By winning thl-> match Sioute made Barbados winners of the tourna%  go met the n Lopes In UtO next eel llv the way Ihe buana and ,,ot with the Oueen's College U:> ". Being an "A" Class player In p.G.. he wss asked to ploy but was not in his heat form. fSraenidee won casllv Jl—I? and 11 — 14, nnd Lonenftrrwnrd* told me: "After dealing with GUI 1 was SEPT. 2 — NO. 187 The Topic of Last Week DUNLOP 1 he umous thntfoM acnon of PMBNSIC uhlcis RELIEVES PAIN, SOOTHES NERVES, COUNTERACTS DEPRESSION. No matter how intense the pain, no mailer how weary your nerves, how depressed you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you relief and comfort, quickly and safely. Remember this — PHENSIC lablcls neither harm the heart nor upset the stomach. Do.'t accept substitutes. Keep a supply of l'lll NSIC tablets by you I Ph enstc 1 FQR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, I ^HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS A OHILLSy STOP PAIN QUICKLY with Phensic TWO TABIET8 •BRING QUICK ST RELIEF >T



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p.ir.r ~i\ SI'VDAV ADVOCATE BVNDAT si I'll Mini! -'. IMI Ol It READERS SAY: Ffontvnturx Irm fit-/-* T„ The Editor. Th* At SIR.— : '* I that %  rsMiied the ,ipp-. %  ii. £ (tarcn In to-day. With him there will in.on-nlerable agrccmeut. tut the stand* %  i adged by the Si Thi'i <>t f.l<\ though thoae results are tar from aatfcanctoi he would fin" pupOa won school* hi i Iat few fully i>aaacd the ..nor.>f t h l various •tcondnr.v tcboola th.it 11 %  ii weak link In the h;nn nl i hooU i' Mi !i i vi miiih rondemn poor efforts, than to praise worthoneg v. nun artfur(.ottci before they are completed HH never* :• %  l".nbie causes of this apparent docM n o, but he might have added with very great truth t: til have been I fully fur a long time to get Some re.il gllavgfMM redressed but the government has t irned a deaf ear on their pleading* It was then left to Mr. Fred Goddard. MCP ChfM Church, to do thi* signal duty U the pro* fesslon and the public whm he ,.*ked those searching question* %  thank Mr. Cod* Hard 1". fUStlca lo the He.ni %  || don'.kfl his employee. l>et justice Itr done, remove the grtevi Ma, DO AN ,,( : ivi TEACHER 30 R M I mi tun when theare nreaVd in I do not know win" Print* May type to ' %  %  %  ;.ou have %  %  mud explanation, d %  .mn-; per%  < a II Flrmmlmry T m t m i wt frrtliplott To The Edif-.r, Tb,> Adt in thli morning** ,. i. i pub) ihed sn interview v.hh ., n lea. tm u %  %  %  print I raw 'I at i Kpeiienced teacher* *hould I* u.itc thrtr timr at %  i wrttei of %  %  %  complimented I lihougn hi could be %  The declm tm could ei than i,n flemen Tftere %  ,n eaeh Elementary sell red to know the Rules and Regulations, and Ihene form part of the laws nf the d therein la a I hUinduid (or eaeh %  r told to lualtty, They know 'Wop Work Time! !" They kno %  time; they teee hUig, They know Spanish, and Fmch; but visits, they nnd %  •i Channel rough gale Why should .(•out the %  d *hin the %  n Qualifying? When %  Dtparbnenl to give an gccounl ol M because an lrre*ponMl>le parent, who should InTi > %  itih er in teaching morals to the child baa made a complaint, and I .1 who assumes the role '.f DtrectOl II sent to and ha must quarrel w ith thi' toochei who h %  %  much in iargued about Ago Grouj argument contains threi lot i: %  about Age grouping I not ripe In"II%  • ping help* the buy teacher to pass on, an emptyheaded class to give more headache in .moWher teacher. That'* .:nod that has come of Hut we miift be ,i >r will see how it will produce. hopeful itill. I haroworfclng left, artw maintain a certain morals, at leaat, other* will be more run menl will t thing rise for the Schools; but ii'. Ive .i viinilar. and some authority comes around bat its c'tnlenU are carried out to the letter, otherwise. why should teachers lie so busy o qualify for the Spanish tongue .. 98* of then pupils find it difficult to cxl nselves in English the Fault ol the but HM ild be the tlr.st thought of Authority ami 1>. EVAN A UOYCE. H.df Moon Fort. St. Lucy. An Acrmtir Mwor, rha ildnofg> %  Deal Bar, R EtotaxaUon plus reeoluUon A A pride in rveiy BntLihheait \ Hoe middle weigh! nf the winM D Doughty through and througn 1 You've never seen anything like him T Triumphant for England which bore him t Uneonouerebai for a long BOB I It Hesu.-eitated England' Aatlt lame p Pugihst in every sen*, ol the word I Indomitable N Never to be forgotten ANON OllMaValkTJ Mbrs. Lidlr Stouit* The death eeeal Wednesday night of ati%  tOUet, wife ,r Mr. Arthur L. 1' ptoute. Druajgaae, late ol Stoutt's l'i u Store, situated at the corner of Country 1 Ron | %  d now of S Worthing. Ngajte had not been in %  i health AM many year* ndiae tnmble. fe "'iths appeared to have been gaining In strength, so that when death struck suddenly on Wednesday night last, Ii was a %  Lock! lo her family and manv friends. Par thirty-three years, lira, Sloute had been associated with her husband's business, and In the: way she became known to, lovert and respected by. many; not only bo lived m the neai viemity. but those from the out parishes who made their regular purchases at Stnute't Drug Store. Bar funeral took place the following afternoon at the Westbury Cemetery amidst a large gathering of family and friends Mrs. Stoute leaves Ix-huni lo mourn her passing, her husband %  ; Kdward Stoute of CabliV Wireless Ltd.. and two daughters. Mrs. Arthur Watson. and Miss SyU i Stoute. Embroidery instruciie-s of the Singer %  grand-daughtei To those and other sorrowing members of the faffulj sympathy will b*> extended IhiSt John .imlui/nricf Jtriftatlc i. ..I. an-. Daatrkt 'f ttM Si. John Ambulance Brigade has the following cable from the Commissioner. S.J.A B. %  -"Grateful lhank.s yOUl kind help. Hoei Thll cable was an acknowledge• i he donation of $240.1)0 which the Barbados biatrict sent to Jamaica for Hurricane Relief. LUXURY rOILET SOAPS IMI-tSUI ItllMIK • IIM1IN HIOsMIM • Bll I. lit A< IM H Rheumatism, ^ Aches, Sprains, Ii 1^ frorn Engl 01 -r%. Apply heating, soothing THERMOGENE Medicated Rub where the pain Is. In penetratinr medicated warmth relieve* the congestion and charms away the pain. Rub well In, exeept and you breathe It In! when ipplyln| to b „„ nd I10|1 It dogs you g ood in two ways — you rub It on From England—traditional home nf thoem^Mnt Qarkg Ut sending tlirir litic%i iboea n^lit round thr WOffitL \ i. Au-lili.iiis. KliiMlrti.ms, New %  nl BrttOnfl too love tltem KM iheii atyle, 'lien vawiet) and tlirir i rakftwMnghip. So will youl DOUBLE-ACTION THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB In big glass Jars and handy dandy Tins shoes 1AM I'C l| ci** LIP. i-sMi.i.Mt ONLII \'I*T loniaifT. IHGIAHO LOCAL AGENTS ALCC RUSSELL a CO. BAftlADOS Uncle knows all the answers 'It n nite Uadt to tun %  taytai M row m on i .thing VfaA aat /rW t Ji .: %  -imn \ ..... %  l mint try nti | I yeeeM H I when I \>... "Don'i -' • %  Wall. no. to tdl vou the troth i m i hh worried about Rover l!c %  %  (iuo keab/i • %  ,J ,,c ibout well. M>k al him ni"* Lm. /)... U ..J. .*" I i caai at air' Fly to Britain in Festival Year I < BY 8.O.A.C. C0NJSTCLLATI0N # IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.I.A. Get There Sooner! Stay There linger! "How did you know* Me .mil h' ill keep acfal "Jhf hg I %  ..' fief i obv? 1 it'i Martat't CoesUUori lablci-' doeuctl] i -. -c.-. the an aa trj %  %  .' aaraasV %  he "raw A.i.c aailit SV'J as V /-..'. M It Off %  %  %  %  %  %  "CS. 1 1 lr* you'd know i riit fcwir Sal kfan m fm tm \ n.H> u ririM I'"' I.'..Paat llermuda 17.10 hour* LIbo.i i 13.25 l.o .di.ii I 37.Z5 I AUu tonnerilnBeWlm to — 'TV B.W.I. I 1 t ctuso A £ i J:. MI n 1 lAU.f f\ the Whole World. j. \ L OB HAgnNvcoNornoN TABLET] %  -JI>^*I IHJOI all p^od •'•' BSS -*r* %  "" b>K4


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-i N0AV W I'llMrui: 2. isi SI Nil W \I1\(K Ml PACK 4 I ill. 4 im in.1 THE GREAT CARUSO (i.H. Ily I.1111.11;. To JYun ( iiin-.'li Property \TV I \l.11-iw Whan dboid Jown MTTIIN • % %  l high v %  %  1. %  -krtnl (i irnm • tie An*./' piece ol 1 ..nd I-MB trolled nfim|. "VeSti 1 u : N E. W I -.1 %  Sale. M V.uhm %  %  \ IKTOWN. Aitxust Ml< %  :,..*• %  that thaHi-h..p uf Kl Kd luni thai damagr to church propert) in S4 \ J %  r>I-s-'t : v %  eais laf S I I ....>./. .ingina has great power .nd baauty. and white he may r-4 Jg^ Vhc'ipiii'.n'd a'^don of ...T^ BUtU *^W^" be a* great on artist us the tenor ,-'„....„ „...,._, ; "..,^,... ..... '"'" Sinjtei •ven i foi thru H ire v. %  r-.ai popularity such as few partkUlarlj at his agv. LJ, Giubba" |rom P..1ijccl and -,%  The possessor of a superb natural .-rhp Uelinda Manilla" from I .a ,h *' rv M,lr of <-um.ir in the Anitli*hirti and mail __ one of The .barter niimWri. sun, '"^rSSp „( Kiriu.on In SI III *~ you there ihe Archl • whom singing is a* natural and I M brt-jihing. he his mu leal responsibilities lightly %  .cry Rlftl%  him. His vok is tiemendously powerful, true and except when he OCCttaMMHf pu'ton nuCh powei Into I top note, well produced, and his sustained planwife ami I %  %  <%  . who Doruih poll tan, %  oprano %  rellent i;illy, while Jarmila Novotna, all of the Met a nd Blanche Thcbom contribute additional vecol help Ann Illyth Is charming as Caruso's II s I'etmopolitan S. | Qualm and V..nm In P. ft isslmo Is as line < any artist 1 are too numerous to gatntton give %  * IMrmu his previous one, ,. ( ;in splendid support. %  he weathers this crisis with a (Turk* • Cosmopolitan Drug Slor. I,,. ... .. ,. ord Bumbtr f I have trie.! not to be too enthueombinallon of diffidence and on Prince Wm. II%  (WCntl lhre< llcctioni < % % %  > %  and i! has humour tingco with pa the*.. The a delightful and !" de-Ol which fifteen n-* been easy as I arr ., lover of young people don't have too easy I-aiy shipments of Park. are solo numbers, and other om"< " *"*" M ""'V %  ** "' ?S****!LJ" ZZZSEH l jons to me contrarv . area! mimappeal for me. If you are musical, wimt* ol kindly, bui irritating : :he are sung from start to dont miss it. If you .iron'! II is p ; -rental .nterference. HOY Iini.ii. There can be no quesUttI "" P'-'Hl.d entertainment, with all is peace and happiness : Un of there not be inn colourful citings, vivlH peTaonall end father adjusts enough solos on the part of fee lies Ud fe Operatic H well DS P r, PQgk hiillad tried lnn< Since it is the story of a great to everyone. l-i i rue ui VIUBWU nui 101; o, y^Jfc ,,,.,, ,i ar |„ %  >! .JTTI.IT Stu^LSS' ^•^JfeKla^Sh you aay. %  Yi?" 1 .lid we'll Vet., it. wiih UK i wodorant i i "ptic. safe i..i i Utr rtu • Dal ."ti.'iNo sixes—large and giant ColgafVi Veto is aniUiMa ihronni leading drug and dry gx*a atoixJ. In the sun Ilika me), oi who just get pl.u I r—thiCanadian product n. ;,lt fee answers. Culgate'k Vel T (ieddes Orant .it i oth<-! %  • %  -iteTestlnK „ t Items, such a Halrbroati Sets tor the me n by Kent of |,oi,rion. Thenmis rife Jugs and Placl eoM tot J hra.) and lascut.itiiit 'Bobbii' laughs and man< m enl .nd domln.le, Ihe .ction .nd "FATHBM'UTTLE ... %  • HtuKlOM. (hi plot is therefore unobtrusive. UIVIaJT-PiU Hut lW Mnu have had stories Although I was not particular!v with such abundant opportunities enthusiastic about Tlfeer of The for song or providing such natural jWJe. Ifwn'^•Kg FATH• \^^Mm^f iTm aS^lrSA stii..t"ed In ftickeit Pt, oft T. afal,.. , k C N.pler.. v-e see c.niM as boy wo h.vr .he '" !" .. niorrM.K imi,. II.IN -|f %  IM In M lr*M rornir.mlfu.her. Joan Bemwl .> hU Cono Nelwn and 8 Z s.,,11. I |ink „,,„ „ „ „„ ,, U|l rr (0I „„. | ..... wife. Eliz.be.h Taylor and Don Rory coiu-i-rn .. il'alrirllT ,„.. ,„,„„„, ,.., wllh IhF mlmK ..r Him This i> lollowed bv an ill-fatnl Tiurlot a. .ho parent, lo be anil minded beei-D.rmi and ri-wine. %  „ ,„,„ „( del> \..a II dud a i romanee. which Itrnporolble for Bllllo Burke ami MonM oi.n vllle Warn who ttv lo hlTauuminll an operatic career as the young tataterS parents. bom an American dancer reMixing Machmo ith atl-cl • %  iAXLABV OF BROADWAY" I. the Plata. LULI^BY You Help Y.ninolf Serve %  Yonr.eir. I ,vlth it. alwajn r lo Thi. eompleteb parking prnbl I i n' I . wife. F.h/abcth TWk> and Don n .tieainea IT ,,„. ,„,„„, is Inllowed b. an ill-l.neil Tailor as .ho parents lo be anil minded beei-barnn and e-*audo. „ lul „ „( dela. *i nee which is reiomulhlc 'or Blllie Burke ami Moroni Olaon lll Warn nh.. tiv t.. conoMI .riracUvc ssu'mint an ODerstlc 1-iK'r as lne young rci\ parents ''• % %  an Amtrlean danOK i.Mixing Ma. I.: rn^rT, narrtan is She nexl run. '" Ihl nlm Iho direction is betcen.ly rolumnl Iron. England, (or every purpose is priced „ ,,,. d.anla.sl It. almo. \JTS2 l^fa.. f u eL7 (ollnwed I" 1 1 "" "'">< '" "<'r "" ""< her molhor. who was a famous M2.M and an Elrclrlc Mim ,. 7„ „,,,.,„ LSI h^fh. uJZs. !*orr "Orlor. with better dialogue and aclreaa I. now an alcoholic and a original design and highly p. „ m ,„ ,„.„, ott T y J^,*!.'r"r' ,?,'.. ,T more ..musing MtaiHi,,,,Tl % %  -ha-.-l.eon There are aevoral cal vail B. lor only I MM ust.mo,! ,,.' "naU) -onoloKuo bemo.mn, the ,;.,.. Nel.on-.hr hmer be„ij ,.,.,.,.,.,.;.,.,,.! ,-O.ld ta. AJ can be M Iron, '" %  ho Is a grondfa.licr. when he one of the oulstandinl young n^nlncn,. all-,..-.,, .1..,', llunliK is 'loosn't W old enough to be one d:,i.,.i. ..nlho screen—and Mr. .oan.lv• '. Ihri-il '..t. wli h .1'. '" '" > % %  '• k ' %  '"w %  •*•" !'' n|,porlunlt,o. lor his ..„,.' „,,.,'!. glluirmonth, baforo the.ovrnt and all own particular Hyta of nun. nig sti mill Amuliv! the Iho various episodes ami i rises but the pace is slow atio the BfVltl. (unvt bv L.-inra thai transplroil %  i Ml manl i very sticky variety. UTSMENTIONA BLES get a 266-page me ntion i n a history book of their own oil..i WOJ i nil un Uw < ud ulllce proUctor." which wag slipped on .. %  tl. cufl to prmatt it l^r Shin fronts with collars ottad.iil .ii' still I feature of the lower .iud middle data, trade A-lit-i.•• thev were, umiftli i..ll\ nlddle ihev went, as -cheaU." in. thli Sea, this Heavti nd Vou .ih. tne i hun nu ol (he Mitttillctii* Colombii %  tatman A Tttykir'i lid ni 1, i ri ?" L(.,i ,, %  i 1 %  d graceful in ign. ., n)f hl ei V.ur... •"-' Mniinlllg. (Unlng %  i. ndi '"tv "^"fy. h world'wTth Murpnv nn% '.">• n" =•".' k lh the HUM f-1 S2i. r strtigl Cto elj; wmt.r garden • Ihe oft ..I Suite. And evi Mio On C erf a in Male Atflre Men's braces emlirmdered in wouiwuik of nuny i.-loins ;m.e mio noti.e. What is remarkable almiil th.'in. apart fi'ini their COl* otirs. Is the not thai Uiey were %  ...ike.l by VOUIIK ladle* It Ull.1 Mocler .. 11> model pan wil action, perfect e;i' and dottantfu] tone rela I ,. walvea i ii.( Mi.i.rl.u ...or .144 ,' i naU. urulc ' ' w 1 1 iV.V,, Uteu mu [ J ' \ ^^.:,-..-..-.-.-^ ww — %  ----.-— % % % % % % %  •"" %  > 4>II>I.ITI. CANAMTA I By flvWAI.lt J \. OHM r f. rfUmbar I lankine ,.|..y. i lid te.cher •" — ALSO L IT.MWS %  illDBI MAM. issritl I 11)11 En i I, DICTION A* Y h To Two-piece Pyjamas CHORUS CsIKLS SANG PYJAMAS INTO FASHION A CLEAR, clinical light todu hat (eel wWi her eatt and whole and flvaa •>• %  pfvaanti to (ii %  i inctuarj of lawixui %  Unto whi laeo In ;i tix'i Dociois c. wniett and Philits u thlnj %  oan and lite other tadlei dettutad to be fastened Cunniniton survey the wardrobv hardly knew whether to i>e from the medieval linen smock thankful or not that her underOn Women's %  the modern crufTon nightdress, rlothnii: ConlUlad in part !•! %  .I".-"'"• i";0 -',r 1 ,;': I-. uaTwarmaaal la a., UW S.rrt.lttanOua.on,..d-< lower back" On Finer Points of Class Distinction—2 On the Way Things have Changed A Nightie ugrngo B .1 itUe. i-aught a hoop of her cage (1R83-18S8.) A democratic eon(crinoline) in II and went reguvention was creeping In, nut only l.nh head over heels, lighting on was there tine detachable collai "The History of UndrrrlMhe*" bui M '..chable cuff* which could iMic'ta-*! Jotctiti. JOt.l out todaii be t.-veised whan one edge wa 1933 v... %  stander mag.i'ine U of flowered chiffon l neck cut on the cross. ulmoKt backless ribbon 5*h. a very seducer of stout hearU. a. eoeecvi>c**-v'.*-t-.-.*.'.'.-.*.'.-.-.'-*--,* ','.'-•--.••.'.-.'^*.-.'.'.*.-s>v .vvs,v*^.^sx^tvva***.'-tv---v'.'.'.^v' \'rr b. lihr.| arrubba CUifty i J h*ip In i <.na a$ hamtM Ihr-nahoul in* >urM. -' %  ., %  • • i llw l-.lh ellrl mel %  "•• me ui %  i le*t 1>.i ... he.wlu'4 wssi %  ^. ii,. lit. f all (UliotI SCRUBBS CLSJDY AMMONIAw-I l: MIMSTKONt; l.TI). Ilrldrrtown. darbaios. ft U I \...ll III-K Mill nn't l.il-i|>. na.il v..in filUK iin -I...!.. |..-jiilil.ill m.l.,1 rail, upllllad .u|ia. I.lv ..|..,l .' .1 v.i \li. 11* 1. ill. ..I 1 .1.. eXa* llv lli il' ML : ... ,..ii linnv.11. 1 ..nil..I. Ii v U, .sisIi..vv 1 .MIK L.v.li ...in iguri 1 look! In ...in I.I. ,'ilr Dion .."'I t ll.ll. Genuine M.laVnforn. br. •iarai .... I. i l.. I Si I \ II,... %  ltlaidni Tim 1 %  •> 1. I--I I.-...When your BACK ACHES... K4....I.T..MMM..J ,.—.i,T |.„'.„WM llK>...h.M... r ikWIJH.fill.i. ftkm Ih*"! ,.i .ul •! atirf, asrau • %  '. •ml %  M iiaeneiu %  • %  ) %  • •!>, in lit •itl.ni TTM rn-Hunhf. tWVrbt. rlinMiMhifii. •Wir>ld .-.I o. Hut 'l.r.. ....I !"!.!•< n WUw. To auk* -. hl-,. nri prajfarth and In liraa. |h#m ln -raoil ante" mm IMd'. KHW, Ml. I-W. KMWf PaV tal) rtd I*M -.. l^-Woed UMO %  4 .,. •,,!• .rarl ... aa ll,.l MR, hVae. alaW A**! I* ••* %  .• anal anuac l> TlMMI ••Ml (•( UtlBvI l~* '-11 r I -.irk ha-fler d loMar* K 7. KLIM II *f# )• Mil l>Ci.)llv-*tt:r J M%J3 8. KLIM (iMsWadatHlePlfH %  -! ^ -• lolf C_J 0dilKllM~ you ha.a pure pur.y .III an lal.i KLIH SCLIafrl fl' IVall.rC NMI IM P.III.INC? TM. WODID OVIP .u. a 1ST*. TNT Tvdwu Not TomoVuntf ******* voMesr/CAtt/itrt/ses This is to introduce "T.N.T." the dynamic little figure suggesting energy and action. "TONO" Chocolate Malt and Milk which "T.N.T."represents is the new CowiiGate tonic beverage — already famous and popular — a wholesome, energising food for nerves, brain and body, blended only from natural products. And "T.N.T.'s" first message to you is TAKE IT "TO-DAY NOT TO-MORROW I I one CHOCOLATE MA LT & MILK BEVERAGE 1. II. LESLIE CO., I.TO.—Di.lrihuli.rs



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M'Ml\> 91 ITI MBF.R 2. lal SUNDAY \l)\oi \i, PACE MM Sueo Serisavm: Japanese-Bom American Artist By ARrill K Mil.1.1R trait work. Inane deve'opmei '. of the artist mentality as i Fmm America.. Art hit" Sensawa' Irnasit The ola assured ol. VhUa The impact of nir upon an uncomplicated prior to December tivily RM lacking. The faces and were no longer woven in luminartist and its effect upon his 'Ml. *•* to be uprooUd > %  skeins but covered largr development can be Judged best World W:ir II. Hi?. .' longer seem*'. by a study of his work. In the Mm u American-horn citi/en %  fagei to point up the bloom of case of the young American n Japanese ana >:ilc—the The painter. Sueo Semawa. one nnda subject to possible toward* "lent —compar.n %  hi. paintings ov-r a from **** PacluV Coas, Which hud mad* bin ••*. period — a complete w %  • %  v edict issued by a i.. i^inter. -'pace, change in technique ar-' • gr-amilitary the United Ttm rmodem ual departure from the OccidenStates. They decide-, a beaut v ana %  f ings during the difficult .. %  t*tl-t>le Impressionism of Ms Cajifomu and nm\.-u I I mood in the taught htm the . %  early period a* he concern* him%  *'ty in the -die*. that emotion can onlv >self increasingly with line and Colorado. There they stayed for .eyed through (Ml colour, drawing cloeer to lhef !" me. Secuaw. continuing „,*• ** Sueo had w.tchcd everythlng in a pamt.ni, heth..r Oriental tradition which Is the W.pUr and wwllng h.s work ,"*' %  "* ***,"" * ,nk and (Mi thinks of It a* farm back to a California art dealer !" ft nd ater colour. I— 1 result \ subtle sig„ alone carries their humai. %  %  thnth in m BWrlawMa u was in the tie His studies of at.tint if-. works and hi> heritage of his race. Sueo Scrisawa was born of for *le. Japanese parentage In Yokohama Leaving Denver, the % % %  Jii 1910 ELM renri later, hi* travelled eastward, uau'inn (or Oriental-style pointer a while in Chicago An. st>le painter, had received from m Ih w n .,i„ ,,,..,,. ,,!. ,,„.,„L, pai : metropolis, where Sue., :"'"'"' "' %  %  Ijther. who wav Sueos first leachei rioved his fainil. |o the Pactfk studied briefly "at the Art Coast of the United States At lute. TJheir n*' York naTeied Su* ..ident txperfmeater with ttroni %  %  • >'e eould have found no• %  nd who belonged t, the where mot some Hi i >i kBttal ail ThChu had used I .. iierine.i is painting in Apnl-M.o was clear thai he had ,.r I paintoi on I the Museum. | imealf fascinated by eld [aaj <^hmce and Persian painting. Unnofta GEORGE PAYNES is GOOD COCOA lie and lone The M the Pi and rio icaj %  %  n ii Mon.nl to if? "5 *• in th. UnllM st„ : • Imprtwionm whool. Even bpfor'v.l..„,-i %  rrtm MlnUna Own the Una ii„i • hll ma.li..-.'.. Un nan I.,,.,, llh Yuo Kumynshi. %  dlslinBtmo.pll num ->.,„., r cal ",', ' .'" *. >oun IXnWI .,., ,ll,„ s ,„ pu.hfil Mlm.,.,. ,„, | 01 „.,., „,,„,„„. h m Ar,!,.,,,:uih a> *Girl m occMlonaU piclurr ai a motel *"• %  '•' lIMim eav,him other hint, dlvldod thr llrmlV ,l.i1„„T . •lwn-nI hi. Im.i.t. loth, I. .Ii fornt a simple ami ,1..,,.. „'•" Swtow. \"< r > "' Ih" adoption the He I „„, ,| '.he parts hi UnitedI SUUs-am, .. lu con ,„.. ', ., "'' ^'.'"" for the vtKMule nf .ljuan th.. ...I with fi.rm. ...... i.~ _.^ "" nK '' flict betwn.| After graduation Bftrljawa fft^Jp ,,f hi* adoption — the I a variety ol jobs F.n "Ited Stales—and hi. sympathy themselves and were not OOBfu.racTaaUon he paUUM in nq %  '" .*• i-yvW of Japan. Ibn ed jrlUl rormi nor loat In them. roundim .-pare iinvneTit and vent On %  '< %  %  "' Ua birth. S. ,., %  ,,! The hi.l paint,n W e.habiled with Ihe ...limiCJT .^.1. t aWU-hln. trip, will, art .roop, to ; ."mmer In Konly..h|- h.. i.!* Se„..w>-. r.Srn UUt tmSLflZS? S. "J, the dllllli and mountain" M( 2' Woodstock, in the norlhou.teni An.rfe, |„ „H, 104„. . '? P ^T " W imivnul* ChUfornia. lie painted things ho S" he n\aldaSrijUfronVUuZ^aS^ 2L!?JZXi '"'V " '""""' ,w 09 the v.-w-lal-Ie (arm. oprrPainfd one „f %  : M es ["*,'" hV7JJ,^"' ""X. "Jj !" r ;' I neve, nted hy JapuS ,,. the fertile "' a, vears. For the mM ol ,U nei pXre. all ?.T !" .T '' '" —** """ lltld. mrioundini: the cllv of Loa ix |r '"' cooMnlrafed .i ,..,1:1.11,,,., ,,J „(f~ .IXT:," ,"„ ? or * %  "". p hU painting entitle: Ansele. Each Saturday he %  •. ">. UK •, HI, y.mng a"!!. Th^ Lu^lL ?''.'"' M "'l ,M9 "wh h Worked in a life clan In Barker'* dmightM 1reverie their hrarifhZLi uJ!! ?"* C i mua "" olls ' "ie Callanidi.i — '.. -..• %  %  : %  < %  "• ever, "'SueS: 'r:;,;k"" %  ;;„'";::;;; ";:;'.,:::, T'.^tv'l^.^r^^.^ asB.. 1 *?? PI !" : M„,he, iFINE — PURESOLUBLE. ymint: exhibit, said: JJ ,,;: I erjc* ..-.hnnK-MimK, and dlnarilj beautiful ht on canvas lh ,. S |M,„h fl ,„(„.;, Pablo Ptcesso ly paint applied to xrenV S^*?'* ; v,,rk %  " %  .back to the In (he tarty work, a simulation Child' deacrln ^„v> the Influence <-i hi. new Heada and (inures wero built, not .,, JV leasiin mutated, and named "~ M URMAWA. Japsno-e born A:n.ii,an arti-i wh<..> ti-intiii> h* rained from bold [J ^, ,. ,. i>otie n %  i Oriental ti uti IfrimHHn .in st I i-i'itfil FRESH SHIPMENT PI lll.\A MIOWK ALSO < 1114 K FEEDERS OF M, Boulbern Callforn Ho I %  ipttli ed it :n full bloom. %  0.'hat it still pulsates in its oil,.',',,;,,„.. paint cmgy. He has taken Japanese farms (in Southern California) for his subject mattOl has made H Ul He has reproof %  desert moon, the vermilion of %  iiin—t He has captured Its sweep, and Its lonelmCK.. He has watehw InO sun play on Mount San Jaclnto con v erted It into pigment mlrrorlnea. He .. and interprets." All llii was 'i work in 193.!. end durllla itw iticeeedinn 10 years v. hen Ins peuMJngs won award wen exMMted In sroup shows, and also found buyers, r. i-valuation of Serlnawa's wnrk a^ : rich and hone at .* 1 explained its popularity. However. In his review of Ihe yoi:i.e. ,ir" work in 1932, Tajiri wrote a Mrafrapti thai no i B> i ft attempts." Tnjni tiiid then, "no eetAeUt Mfhtl Into in abstract world, lie is not impressed by distortion, nor the mad emitortiotii of colour and theme of the much mooted 'modern art.' With the advent of World War II. ail waa changed In 6V 11 life and Ihe resulting effed upon his work was to last oba olato. The outbreak of war betWien the United Stata and Japan put Si In a diflleult poaiuon. Although Japanese by birth, by education and Ihinke become an American. In 1940 hi work had won the hOnOt of the Fi.uiida:ii:i Of Wl Art. an exhibiting lUwtardi wan an hlnh thai ari best work for year his painting, %  •Summer Vacation", won aecond prtaa tor


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I'M.I I II.Ml SUNDAY AlAIM Ml SUNDAY, SKPTFMBPR 2. l.:i BARBADOS Am r OTE |V~ — —1 f -1 rtlil.4 b? Ik* *...<. <. LM., Bri Niiml.i \ September U'. IK'il Co-operation WITHIN recent wettu the HOUM f i ihe amendments made io three important measures by the Legishitivr Council ill order that the general I whom these hills wenIntended to ,. I not Ion that advantage. It tha people %  ! tins island stand %  Mooing attitude on the pad of .ill political sections and an indication thai the necessary co-operation is not ao dlficult to obtain. The acceptance 04 these amendments was all the more creditable to tfaa House when it waaconsidered that only recently that body Wl (I pains to register strong objections to a minor amendment ni a bill affecting the Barbados Scholarship aUowanoi When the added phrase did %  the amount or vary the provisions under which it was to be granted. That bill provided that Scholar should have in advance the sum of $578 and the amendment rend thai the scholar ahould on "not exceeding" $576. %  dibbled. The new hills dealing witli Public Utilii Pay and the Kepresentat'on of the People (Adult Suffrage) have all been amended. The Public Utilities Bill was amended to provide foi %  definition of the amount of an which would afford an aocutow aasessnirnt by the Board, the Hobdays with Pay l>i!i not only carried an amendment showing what would be a period qualifying on employee 'or annual holiday hut thM entire bill was reahaped and tnndfJ workable, while the Adult Suffrage Bill carried an amendment making certain the BCJ Illegal practices which would be followed by statutory disqualification. '11K PubU i uuiies Bill was suggested by the Opposition as the alterative to nationalisation and after much controversy it paaaad the House, but needed amandmenta The Holidays with Pay Bill which was ,i ii ago by the House last session was lust when it remained on the Order Paper of the Council at the end of the session It had aroused much controversy as the Opposition thought it Inopportune and believed that the desired result might have been attained by means %  of trade Ninon practices. It was thought in be unworkable when it was passed a second time because it had not categorised the workers entitled to holidays nor the period during Which they should be iii continuous employment m order to qualify for the holiday. Such an amendment was inserted by the Council. In one instance the Council sent a Mess. ii a pointing out that the amendment might have constituted a breach of privilege but that it had been made m order to get the best out of the bill. In this and another the House waived any right and agreed to the amendments. The present occasion should be emphato Indicate that the measure "i achievement which is possible with the removal of that atmosphere ut Bjnaj eni antagonism between the two Houses. In the past valuable measures have been lost because of unnecessary controversy but within the last few years the Legislative Council has seen to It that its work is such a Contribution as would be Worthy id H second chamber. In fact, much or the legislation enacted by the House has been ..\ the Council In order that the community might t • There i -till much to be dOIM before the end of the Legislative Session. Among important met %  be dealt with are the Local Government and the Public Health BilK which seek |o divide the island into districts for the purpose of local administration and to bring the much needed ; oal and public bvalth services within easy reach of the people living in the outlying parishes It is true that such an attitude might not lend itself to opportunity for impressing the electorate who will be resting votes In Nov e mber, but it might be of greater value to the Community as a whole. Caribbean Commiwwion THE resignation ol the Secretary of the Commission serves to focus attention on the work and achievement of rrence Cramer returns to 'he Ui %  Stab shortly and ins suc.ippoinled. irk 't the Commission lias been of i co-ordinating nature. ins common to i i nd the dissemination ol technical information acquired and the liaison between the various Go v e rn ments and peoples of the area is the volume of work done. The i attar and pronounce with any %  f certainly upon the success which has attei %  I s Commussion There are those, even a B I sponsible opinion in the Caribbean, who feel tliat the Commission :ias bee heavy and expensive institution, distributing documents on technical and scientific matters and other data ut general affairs The founding of the Schooner Pool Association during the last years of the war and other practical, if minor, mattei I to this criticism. But if it is difficult to measure the work or to pronounce judgment upon the work and achievement of the Commission, its mere establishment and continued existence during the last few years ha to focus the world apottight upon a I otion of the Commonwealth and Empire which was slowly slipping backwards. It was founded as the Anglo-American Commission at a time when Great Britain and the United States were seriously weakened and France and the Netherlands had been knocked out by the war. Lett) France and the Netherlands joined and it became the Caribbean Commission by which these great Colonial powers expected to recover their strength in part by policies designed to attract the loyalty and increase the worth in international I the Colonial populations for whose distunes they werresponsible. It had been propeeed thai welfare and development In the colonies should be undertaken on a regional and transitional basis and as was announced by Colonel Oliver Stanley, then Secretary of Stale for the Colonies. Great Britain while remaining responsible for the administration of her colonies realised that close co-operation with neighbouring and friendly nations in matters of colonial interest was neot The Caribbean Commission was lion. And perhaps it has served above all as a new departure in colonial affairs where without gearing the administrative machinery, it ha* set the pace for development and yielded to an international group the means of planning for a region and of assisting in the execution of the plans and the judging of results. It will be realised. however that the Commission, in conjunction with the Caribbean Conference, reserves that planning and judging of functions to countries directly responsible for security and economic policy either through colonisation, acquisition, or the assumption of responsibility through mandate. From the inception of the Commission in 1942 it has done much to draw the peoples of the Caribbean together by presenting their problems with a common background. It was created principally to help to solve some of the problems arising as a result of the leasing of bases in the area to the United States and it was developed as a model for other regions of the world. How far the Commission has succeeded is still a matter for close consideration in its tenth year of existence It is on the findings of such examination that its future depends. Useful Tours The first of the lnter-school Intercolonial Triangular Tournaments just conclude .1 In Barbados is another step forward in Indirection of bringing the islands ot West Indies and British Guiana closer together. In this tournament, the Ural ol its kind, boys of the Windward Islands schools--Grenada, St. Lucia, Dominica and St Vincent—were here at the seme I hoys from Queen s College %  ,f British Guiana, and these met the boys of Harrison College and themselves in turn in crlckl I. football and other forms ol athletics In the realm of Inter-echool sporta there has been for a long time now i xchsnum of visits between Queen's Royal College of Trinidad, and Harrison College and Lodge School of Barbados with ;i visit or two to British Guiana also included But this was tinfirst occasion on which three teaiM met at one centre. It is Indeed I laudable effort to see the lads from the smaller Li given a chance to travel and meet bo their own age and outlook on the field of sport in other islands, and nothing but Qod con accrue from such visits? The insular idea which, has been such a keep back in all efforts at progress in the West Indies is doomed if such visits become a fixed feature of educational activities in these colonies The more ambitious effort of Mr. Aithur Wilkinson, one tune Master of Q.R.C., of a schoolboys' tout of England represents. perhaps the ultimate goal In this direction, but meanwhile an interchange of visits between the boys of the islands will go a Jong way towards promoting that understanding which is so essential if one and all are Io woik towards ti Weal Indian unity The ultimate outcome of the games themselves matter little perhaps, although each roust strive for the masteiy with avei' ounce of spirit and energy at his command Friendships made on and off the field and preconceived ideas rectified, are far more important, and of much more lasting beneI; is this aspect of the 'ours that must not be overlooked, and will bear most fruit in the future. NOW OPEN ! MODERNISED AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS • ADVOCATE VI A I ION I ItV CHAINS For l.'riTfi Purport* m m m GALVANISED '•"; 3/16"; U" W IRON '.-," BRASS CHROMIUM CHANDELIER All Cul to Required Length.. — ALSO — DOG CHAINS. I.KADS and COLLARS WILKINSON & HAVNES CO., LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. 'Phones : 4472 & 4687 — BECK WITH STORKS The strange anflt of the BrtnMi t puddle ut iei.i once a year. l-ond-m %  gnrei Sin inOn The Fence T HIS is the UBM "f (peek "f tii. %  nan IfOU C"'l ihiipfi like (Hun Daan Mootin .i South African fanner, union you thai bald if people apeak nHarplj i i %  UM peai %  Hen UM British Asao tioi hap ii*I>r It. W. %  %  ri.-lI f.-ll.n; you that fat men U*uaU> drink mom l**n then iklanj men, and that unii Is are ihlnn\ and MH muscular th.in Borstal irl>. I>t ourae If you BRI cynical ,mci auptrto T.HUI you wont cue ll heap no ball' not io i"-'.* H you can get o bit of one cm your plate occaOfiailj ".--i J n ay care even l< thisize of Borstal girls. partlcui .a limn, rtMtotf the. an fat a nM Moreover, although >u -TO DdtnTerant to the %  •' %  wilier-, it might occur io ye-i thai lhej ai %  overweight %  Vi.v drink too much, and do V drink too much because ihey ai overweight. "nil HdU ill i. |M LI v. %  Bid if you are an Hffl %  %  .:,!. %  ;. ink sated matter* of no in ; HII.UK i-. the ibout the b..: %  heap will mi .i tour of tha I'nuili • Ina Eamten and shepherds i > %  to be rude to animats. And if you are an eafji list, alto iutaraatad In n ui) [mporUu wilT ui about the country aakinj bim mucl i .i %  reeling the mu n| Rlrli and Boi I AlthoiiKb Hie lov of d II t. to a layman llki %  could provUia tha ,d> -tor urltn obvious and avtl %  /iihoul moving from in f'nr inatanca t could thai though f.ii. as du< I i man who think and amoke >o uprhdng thai spent their k leanUiuj tmen. -.norl course n> NATHANIBl OVBUNi %  only d \ lop Mi tura...... COUKI> •'' uuna. Mmleiil l> .linan I N an %  lattsta, per. hape, H I in W ('.'come :i now to | k up hitift and how t %  ays aha laocy, M ui n^pe than mi ^ the usual examination pap.', with typical (lOMtlonB to uiifu. r — VVhal i. Uie haal l| to pick up & riuMbln (a) bthe handlf •• or (b round Uie u*ltl as if joti rrc d.iiiiiin v.!! 1 ,i dowiarr? %  i I >u*uno K on iiour back, hoid -.j th, handle. ai What angle \t uour bod should the dua'bbl be carried Io re/use 1aU down your kei i f Stole ejv: t ang Vou arc orllni for ilva.'. .-ui mu-t i :'-ii. ihe value of Ihe refuse. !>• UH IOIIOMIO,sum :— if a alale Itlppi %  wine factory, hoxr much art lu-o and a doff mau kappi ri • *tA after pou have f i" a %  *• fhfln suHill be %  The ll".i Veen W hat are ihe best years ol life' I iaeri quack. %  %  .l>lei u Tiioit nifmep? Wl-n you have lx>cn marrieti: -mg arhlm for several, : have coUactad enough' ueper.dants to spend it for you. As the Goveramant aril] t.k what the dependants have left you might aak why have 1 bothnd to make any money at any THE RATS IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — "A RANSOME MOWER" H" MINOR MOWER (with molar) S2KU.2A 18" GAZELLE (wilh molor) 250.00 14" TIGER PUSH 45.00 SPARE PARTS AVAILABLE DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 JUST RECEIVED IN tin answer to this There question. AX whal ooe doci t/oiir personality undergo its orcntcsf cneaoer After the honeymoon With the .him. When you have fnm ;i i '.i. .iiiln drean to the reallUes of ifill*. rate* '.IM imusitiK uffoulanti, fuel tantrums and toddleri we gel the first Klimpc i>f tin. gruaapy obt bora you are aoini % %  1. F. S llornartl Iliaino. df.P.oil Wl Tour rnard Bralna ,tha Conaai vatlvi I I aapoeii HI Conunonweolth and I .'i ,1 %  v „ % %  I well-known broadcaster on Commonwealth %  atTainti haa Iravallad has wi lltan, lea!' lonlaJ daVel ijinieti! Hi-. iif;cM-i'iii|ihasise>l li thai %  eif-govenunool fin the t'olonle* must be accon-p UIH-.I b) ndal ami economic l.'v.'lopment which .vill enm. e the eondlUoni rn i raa a o n a b la standard of Ovuuj He rum been M< n liamenl for the Busartcay Divisi %  .i Horn on June Mth, 191 l %  luratad at Bandon County Sehool, and before the war was a %  i 11 M DaparuaanL !!• wag f.r %  %  %  %  'i n ..i.'. i Pai %  %  ipti'..' I 1 III3S la IMS he wtu its National %  %  %  inhad be an of us Bouth-Saetern organisation > Si rrey, auean ai He ahm only twenty-three when he made his ma ind took tha 1 irborouafi with :m atoquanl plot* iho young Co na arv a ttvoi ol Britain wantid to be more than "fUMOU i My in the conduct of f: '. I I* electtmi ,i:.v. I I I AM ed on '' %  %  For mu on war sii. %  %  %  sioncd in the North Staffordshire m |B4( eive,| ;il home and in VVc \ a, gradu%  tad ai ihe N?,IIT Couaajg I Cam%  t > %  i %  : on tha %  tail m Norih Waal Europe the next yew i Bast A IMS to 1946 Theie li^• Direilor ol Civil Aft urs on the I %  A Admiral Lord afo intbatteM. gouii s.mth East Asia Mi i evelopn.ent. He hu publisl;ed. among olhcr pamphlets. "The Meaning and Purpose of the British Commonwealth and Empire." and in 1W9 a book, "Tory Democracy." and has made frc.'rtbutions to nciypapcrs and periodicals on Colonial and other matters. Articles on the West Indies appeared recently In the D.uty Mail and in 'New Commonmealth." Mr Hi.i,niv who imarried nnd %  I r* m ,. ,,.,.. hn i %  the m 29\h I n %  other tarrl%  t Wi • i %  OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. • LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White and Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. DA COSYA 1CO. LID. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Our Kevins Bea% Slump' Tl'W 11,-lp gratifying thfne; to %  %  o r I %  oeopla ot and Ii I of ihiKn, raUylna i the %  in iheir % %  • %  (-. 1 an; a move appear to %  vi'iv UWIk* SUm "f money for Ian would %  f a group who would otherwise probably contribute | •• should Iswio an a value of about fif'.': half th- tM gouuj to pay postage I Dd th c other half being used for relkH Th,. u'e of these i %  iMilil ni ! %  oitnpuUMiry, 'Hi than) would provide an me*> rnleh people could isly help the fund, and .if money would butod by the slamp col. i the world. nig, let mo stress that would m no way be asttlnj a precedent, since Barbados has already sr t th r world a %  f,ir (Mng relief work Ir thu wy over forty years ago Tho case that I am referring t" %  Mi,vwhen thr Barbados inp was overprinted Fund, Id. and war sold for twopence to help Kingi N over from the ravages i f the < Earthquake. PHILATELIST. yn*u \ \o mm it Hf.lt IHH Its THAT lllltll l FOR ME LIKE GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM \



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PACI TEX SUNDAY ADVO ATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER I. 1S1 ijMtoSMM mmtnmm Arimu Racing, \i \>of id. Gaides King's Soul To Be Results In Jamaica Invested This \\. k %  SCOOt, Hi. '' % %  King' %  _„,.,. %  ___ n.. u— i" 1 N. W. Rudder of Sea Seoul t and liarcourt Betrul Troop Trinidad Seoul-. Leave by iht•ohooner Rainimw M %  %  TrtnUad i %  ll> llIKil-l Ho %  On Thuriu|ay a letter .>f thanks L idy Airar who .-..,i>e that tbej enjoyed their slay BurbtMloa % %  V fblltlf, Mrs. William* hud written offering any cqutpmci,',. %  needed by some of Ihe Companies nB ,( ( r .ind Packs. In view d the new.Saving i ;ir Bridgetown (CMhniral) Groai ON Thursday afternoon lust the Sea Scout Seel-on ..I the 3rd Barbados (Cathedral) Group, under s M Mi C.rorgc Spencer lesson in Life Shoi Hall Thte method* included ,unK (mm drowning" and "artlAcId respiration" It is Ihe Intention of this Group Life Bavtiuj Scheme on Ihe beaches of this island which are moil frequented on public holidays and Sundays The Grouij be equipped with lifc%  Svine devicewhich would be lent lo bathers so a* to ensure ,„[, u lo 'nose learning to swim or those who are not to sure of themselves, This will also murk the ltr*l of a series of Public Servfi Schemes among Scouts of Udand DM HCW received about the loss su>beach. '3ined by the Ilcidqu triers. Gum< t ih' uld. when schools re-open in ReDtember. consider what each tan do to assist our sister Guides in Jamaica The Executive Committee Thrt m %  Meeting of th-" faeMtlve ConunittM ol the Girl AM... liatton on Saturday. 18th August. At the end of the nrcting Lad' Sav.iKe announced th.it the BxecuUve Committee a' Imperial Headquarters. London lad warded the Silver Fish to Uams. the Island Com i -itstanding •arvtcto the Girl Guide* Movement This Award will be presented .• nn igluid h.iiiv during atari VTS '" JWrtST! •'wk This Evening I %  >„ %  poUca Band will a"ive 5 lean, laal J ,u MrWilliam... concert ,11 t^ili-eiia Park al 4 ** our laland C, vc o'clock this evening. The probeen awarded the SUvn Mah by ernmm* II as followt: — the btacutlve t'ommillee at limn-Grand March Fame and Glory nal RMdqnarun, London —Albm Matt We olTer you om heartiest conClanalcal Overture Eamonl ffamlatlOM on thi. well-newrved „ „ „ JL„ tlXSS Rcotmuon ol VOUI nnUrin, and Ballad bon. Suite %  Four India davoud ... %  ... the Olrl fluid. '•"*' %  ';>,"" ~ *SXur&*.? "" I'.'.''. ....due suced rhurale t.vat Ilwi.n lo mil Inlluanea and untiinlcd :, clc 'nar a" _n,.,.|,„„ Innd <-' a Tha UW a i Id S r.i". i!..ul(.,,t l x.urri — Classical Mtmorlat Police Bund At PORT-QT-SPAIH s-].t i CAiN ued al Artrna ye^ter.-un*i day of iiu Prlfui FIRST RACK Stewards Handicap g|X FI'RLONCS Monsoon (Henry up) 'I. M.T Own (Joseph up) 3 Sailor Boy I'ari Wl.T* and t2 SO rnrecs'i i ttkn. SFXWfD RACE Ntirwry Handlrap 1 Drury Lane (Lutehman up) 2 Gallant Roek (Quested up) 1 Siring Hock (Newman up) i Pari M1 and |1 80 Foreca''. nMI I H 11! I) I. \( I Drrhr Trial Slakeii The Jester (Lutchmnn up 2 Fiame rvower (Joseph upi 3 1'uddha (Ali up) Parl SIM and $1.24 FnreesM glUI FOURTH RACE Fernandez & Co.. Trophy 1 Luplnus (Ca>uested up) 2 Ostara (Ali up) 3 Tutsleybelle iNiJdnn up) Pari SMC and SI 4f. ForeeasI 52000. FIFTH RACE I C. Castillo Memorial Slakes ] China Doll (Hardwidge up) %  • Top Flight (Singh up) 3 Dlapotos (Latlimer up) Part III 18 and Si.90 Poreca*' S1M82. SIXTH RACE Canning St Co.. Trophy Hotbre-id (Joseph upl I Blue Diamond (Reid up) 3 False Pride (Quested upi. SEVENTH RACE Ju-c Beverage* Trophy 1. Fly Away (Mahommed np> | 2. Mardl Gras (Quested up) 3. Sunglee (Lattimer up) EIGHTH RACE W. H. Scott -WONDER WHEELS NO S ( It's good]or V the liver! The Secret of //, Hercules N I!SSTM PLATING Why does Hercules chromium pliiing keep us beautiful highlustre" in any climate? The -'i 1 and care ol the Hercules engineers is the secret From start to finish of the plating Mrocess they keep constant watch n;cr the giant, modern pitting tanlu at the Hercules factories. WlBhW^ A glass of sparkling F.NO'S first thing in the morning Is good for the lieer. It clears ihhead in no nmc. The wonderful tffrrv*%untt \\ cleansing jnd refreshing to a Male nasty mouth. The non harm-forming Uxatnt action keeps the system regular. FNO'S is pleasant to take, h contain* no Glauber's Salt, no P.psom Silts and in it* action it is gentle yet quickly effective. A real familv remedy. Keep your • Fruit Salt' hsndv I Eno's Fruit Salt' SPBCIAI.lt ft" "\t\tr*OFF> Ul IRUM.1 t \K ACTION. W K HI si'sr ii:. i in RISHNISg, mi mi SM is in %nrni'RN. • %  *. ONf Of THE HUGE HERCULES PLATING INSTALLATIONS Hercules Buitf. fa**/ SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS THI HtRCUlEt CTCll S MOTOR CO LTD |I*1INCHAM [NCLAND RI^R£M'Jt*TJi T. GEDDES GRANT LTD.. BRIDGETOWN 7*. MT* -s" mi %  ., Trtm %  ', %  iii Guide T • -i .mi 1 u.i" iiwn. round Bieia ra. V/f extemiioj Qrand alarch Cleopatra .1 d ii.i i .i! long l %  7MW.SI/ i mini: BiES -Man.lMUMi, Hytniu Sun ol mj BOUI N- 24 A I M. (i jt u i haw Prooai • i 2' I A. & M. Cod Save Tr> King. N in l iiin. n ,,t 4U Ten years let-1 Ihe Jewish ihiit i in .i Ibt laigest Jtsrlah ujrd. died III I rat, hospital ii.nlv in thiworld and the largest n: i lltOl i>l 'it.HAUV roreign language newspaLH'r in the forward then lU aawapaptr, Unit-sj States— V.P. MUSCULAR .ATIGUE? Gal bock in tap wt*AlKA-SHT2M. rtkt •aBBBBBBBBsl Sli i *^£. Sllla-r .1 1::r:.,.^ |I|HC. ••> •fla-rtliai .* %  I-..)..).. ran rdj. .-!.• •IIKMIott quickly i.-ip. >ou to ili K*p MACLEANS JaiiDj^ilM TOOTH PASTE keeps ^ii^liJ WWm and healthy Over 40? No more after-forty fatigue! to enjoy life as you ahouid. %  %  n Mad happy iutereat In nd you. thin advertisement i "jntleea numlier? of 1 I. ,v (ni.v.'il Hint, il you reui'Mrfb, your steady %  IT and eftMHlttlsv %  i.d. To regiln miig.ritv.nn.l full of anetva i • .IN. tfcfi PHYL10SAN fortifies the over-torties PROUDLY PRESENTING READY FOR A HUNDRED AND ONE JOBS AUSTIN A 70 "Pick Up &f STURDY &f INDEPENDENT COIL SPRINGS &f LARGE CAPACITi ALL STEEL BODY 17677 OCR SHOWROOM FOR A DEMONSTRATION TEL: 5007 ECKSTEIN BROS. u. WERE YOU AWAKE LAST NIGHT? were T" etitavlng Hi il sweM reatfol sleep in tarj w gang betltl<' VOILL BLEST OCTTLlt on a HYPNOS INTERIOR SPRING MATTRESS CENTRAL EMPORIUM Sew £ftip-m--m jutl received al Cs#. at gstaa.1 I Tador Slrrn^ fwd'FIVE STARCARS $ov.i-.uir.il ciiccesw* of ihe 1950 British Motor Show, ihe new •Zephyr Si' and 'Comul' pioneer 'Five-Star' Motoring. To their designer* and engineert goes the credit for ihii brilliant achievement: the incorpoiailinn or evert desirable feature ai (he most economical cost. 'ITAR' FEATURES OFTHE ZEPHVR SIX AMD CONSUL INCIUDF S) Vilve-m-htavd Fn(ii>et (47 b p tht Zepl.yt Sl). Super-ii•< Caa si i Metis* he Consul; ft! b h p In n'cir-eiMurifig All-Sieci Welfled Integral Body Sr Centre-tlung setting . restful. reto*"if. wColl-ip-ung Independent Front Wheel Suspension; buitt-ln dfc-jMc-Of nnj sh


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SINDW M I'll MB* P. 2. 1951 si NOW \D\OCATE I'M. i KI.KVI:N Canti en O/wnvtl Mr It V Tum reUry accompanied b: and son. yesterday morning opened the new Pol* I situated at Centrnl ST. lore going to the canteen he bought UM iirst tick. Police raffle which is to help in Idings for boys' and girls' clubisland. Mr. Turner in opening th new anteen said that Colon | lin was always brimful fir improving th<* life of the Pan %  The new can tern lie? opposite the old quarters of the band. The %  batVM of tinB it %  packed with tins of salmon, jwarhe-s. etc. ;itl th<> things that the policeman would D< n barrocks. On his arrival at tl Mr. Turner was met by Capt. W. Armstrong attarhed to A i and on going into Ifai shook hands with Writ 1 Winston Sealy who was looking, after ths business of the canteen. After opening tho canUcn Mr Turner, his wife and ton accompanied by Colonel It 1 and Major Stoutc inspec'cd the %  Welsh Athletics Records Go In me 120 yards hurdle? I'. H llildreth (Achilles) and J. Dull* ,Pol>>, representing the AAA in the athletic match against the Welsh AAA it Newport, both lowered the Welsh u 11 •comers record of lS.3secs. Duffy %  > : national athletics meeting at Rrl1:ist recently. He <>us best by .i MlOW-An l| ms. £500,000 l^miu-tl TO I ..IIHHII I I SINt E the Mousing : Mrted Just .' iKK) applicants have received tMc loan*, th. AdvM^te learnt from lay. 1 jew i ot the ssoo.ooo rhl B repaid. Over the % %  IT were i'imber of about 4.700 -i.: loans %  mtifiUng t.. |inoo.ooo %  %  | are engaged m the sUflai maintain a high sens.of appreciation of the work beins on a whole are making all effort) %  D, V M Haynes of the DepartCrop Over Nam thai the crop is over and %  ikent are not working e, each who has been %  ssOSsMd a loan rcptiv, ;it ,m .u. %  amo( $3 per monVi "Thev rcpav wiihnglv." he said. of them look forward to i high percentage of the not! ..11, and securing %  is for carrying out -md extensions to their %  %  %  il to allow loans ;tpe/sihle. It encourages thrift ami the conditions of houses over a period are In proved Of the 2.000 fio were allowed loans. 200 have alreadi building their I bo have ilm-hcri their repairs or, %  At present about 150 applicant come to ike office to ma Hoofing i^n. onice to apply fi-r loans. Loans are in Instalments and before .mother instalment 1 allowod, the applicant h bills and %  ameurnes submit tn an Inspection of the progress he has made. l>efore ho | more money. With ragardf to the u %  MM. iin.iv attention i i Un| Mt Haynci said. SCOREBOARD roi it i i"i ii i MV.IIs.ts I '•I < %  (*•• laHARRISON 1-ULUX1E Fim lin K.nOi b Br %  Hop* run ni C Blackmail c rirnwr b Mullm. N lla 'iw r BWnmsn b IfBUll Mr Uttwv Blmman b BVt* J Wilium, b B>.i It. Dnh b BWTUUM K UnUth S Bl— %  %  — k hi! H s m -ris %  M %  it ib BlHtmtn ToUl <*•* S • MH> BUWt.rNii ANALYSIS i -a. a -a i • **. ML • SI. ft HI. M*IIMG AN U .sis nuii'ii By.r Id >. M i-< ahrsaass 1-alai M II -1.1 1.-,, %  • Hlaa— K MuKaUfaaoi. n. IM>I %  on r .ub b Aumi H ll.itrhin.wn c Of-rnidar JP UaSM Brai.Hr. C Whltr r Durlr b t BranM O. Kdshlll b Au-tln G Hardina n..i out W XUn-hall not mil aantsa |H) 1 BMl drtd> r.ii ,.( ...i. 1 II. )->•. 3 It I TO. 5,-Tt. s-ss, ?-ie BOWLING ANALYSIS H A...ISI. |ft I SS K IL.nkrr II | S h i >'i a is i. .•• %  "** r (itloi b Mr Mrtomw gawseai %  <> %  b Ml McComS M.fK'ii rw.l oul L. Woud t Mr McC-cma b BVSeBSS GtrtTidjr net out %  iliab.' I k'. uMaianiai M4r*r>—l>l iBBJtasa Hani an i laansa I I %  K>.k. .,. SS I Proverb* Sn^ii" i. Uiatb..:i47 s(M -k AiMta b |lral>4Mr S Man>i,.i. i S 4 i lAwlr.. not out -I SI. Hill > Kins b (.urn IS %  M em s s Total iro 7 sraai on i iu PH0SFERINE for youthful vigour! Lack of vmllrt h a familiar lymptixn ktaay. Nothing really wrong, peork (eel. hue sfanply that tlwy have Tost ihrtormal haprr teirnc of hie I h. reserves are low. Their rntlienr!. vanished. Thev nerd a tonic If ihii it jouf csst-^tan laking PHOSFERrNE for a day or nro, Fall of wkl> : 1 SB. 1 S4. IM | M -• IU, l HOW UNO ANALYSIS Kkss s i a 4 a Grant 14 %  BraUiwaa* n i a I'OMrirrlMKBg Snui.ci Irmin Kl i i. Aikit,...n K PHOSFER1NB begins its good work by reviving the apr-enie. 'Tins, in turn, starts a whole sequence of nenetits. A good digesann waits on appetite (iood iligcstion enriches the bkmditream. feeds ike nerves, builds up strength and r:\etf\Trv PIIOSFER1NB todaT— for buoyancv, reaibence, confide n c e 10 drops at PHOSFURINB equal Tabkts. %  *$$ THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS |W 0.r~*oo. Drt-litr. Mlf.iUo", ri.k-i.k m >M I SUPREME IN Ql'ALITY AND FINISH — Alan C.ALV. OIL CANS — I. 2 i r.ltt. s.fr. •T-tlaW LKI.'"'":^ 11 Riirtti (K siKirr Ipana's fresh mint flavour ma. sa an ln^tanl s(ipea] ten snd lparu kjas aflacttva .1* H is rr:ir.|^ BJ 'rherc arc tiro ssassi raaaoM lot ihw. ip %  hue tuiinuU luhtt iin-th del iv r*J wduCJBSj ludtormmi; Kktcria and. mavuged into nuguOMi 111 healthy lirmnes. "l'his in IIMII kj a safeguard against tooth losses, more than hall ol "huh BTJM (mm gum trouble.. 1'ivlloM the IcaJ ol w 1 i* parents "ho IM .hildrcn Ifafl aWl MHinJ gums both. Ipana for both BARBADO S BOYS' & GIRLS' CLUBS (Sponsored By the Police) .00 Help to make BETTER CITIZENS and win these valuable prizes It AI F I, E To raise funds for the running of these CLUBS ten of which are now in operation 2nd l'ltl/.l A 7.4 Cubic Feet Frigidaire Isi. PHIZ*: This beautiful A 40 Austin Car a III I'ltl/I An All Steel Raleigh Bicycle Fully equipped 3rd. I'HI/I A His Master's Voice Radiogram RATFLE %  *• PRIZE. HI. 1*111/1. An ever useful Singer Sewing Machine Tickets are on sale throughout the Island and can be had from all Police Personnel on December 20th, 1951. Drawir. j takes place



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I' M.I I1I\I SINDAV .M.MM Ml SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1SS1 Vivien Leigh: A Brilliant English Actress I I \M.MI.\ |J\S %  %  %  And about the ttr* person to rcud .ill thai .1V We*! Eiu! v.-tI he Naafe ..t Virtue had rone down to flat four In Uh ce what would say about hrr -ng h' OgpOOt nal content III routine •. Vivian Hartley ami soon bai ; I the HA I> A .nil ln-t Linum.il beauty won her walk-on Bra] English . Although %  Tl looked %  i %  <>!u'irl In I IIInx i kbaaa arr l.ixikliiK I p. On the advice of lv. i %  Vivien i. | h i hen ... Plaids. 11 is *-ard to bcltevc thai onlj %  law ..... %  een her in The MM*, of VlrtiiIba greatest VIVIEN I.FH.II young discover} aince Meggie \ Uaa in getting things v Many a starlet has blazed into prtifiuneitu mil, to subside UtlO obacurily Would Vivien Leigh be I thoso Homan Cat '• %  Certainly thv dangers w*i <**' Kord.i, the film magnate, who had I fu hei on the liit ghl offered hat .1 Bve-year (Hi r.trnct ftarting at CTN '"i %  fjent, countered by showing him three cable offan from American lilm D and Korda put up the liartlng figure lo £j.fn. Many a girl sroull havi t ind lUowadl 1 01 d Into a screen idol bul acauaa she thinks 1 %  tii.it aha ihoiud naka only two have six month stagta v/onL And an thaalra aaara were able to see this lovely girl In John Glelgud %  Irkaffd ii. with Ivoi NoveUo in ktaa Daarfaohna' The H*PI HviMxrilr. and .it UM m Lilian BralthwaiU in A MMaammef Nlahtt IHeam Ail this time Korda sansd ha have forgotten bar. it was not until 1W3U that he gave 0J .n-waitini! m his lilm Fire Over Knaland. Sli. cited to And that I 1 in this illm waa Laurence Olivier whoa* acting she very much admired, and when they met at the Denhum Itudloi she said how i\ they >rara net* %  .1 "We shall i I I ilivier'.s repl) "People always get sick ther whan the] make 1 toad tii.v fell HI love. Dl cernlni not eed %  IUOl 1 it of them when ;':i wen acting tooi stuge or screen. It was particularly noticeable when Olivier played Hamlet u> Vivian ix-igh"* ((pluiL, in Ihj courtyard of Kronberg Castla al Malnnte Together, off stage, thej ki \) charming and well matched. The lint time I saw Hi summer ..ncniciiii win,, they walked into my garden In the oguatrj n %  u 1 k 1 n K ronversiitmn I 1 ..-II u ih had U :i 1 had in my hand(.i.ne uith Ihr Wind. V. Bl replied. "I like Scarlett O'llaru. and I fhould like to play hei in n nil to Hollywood and got the part. %  .ii..iiit in) ti. mendous since in the Dim hut mil parbana, the palm she took .1 Before appearing as irletl pent n inj months reading about America at the u f the Civil War This U h.n.ii taiistic nt her. Mlie WMI abaorblni some bygone period and getting the feel o.* It. As the the film ol (MMr and I leupatra. %  ..cars of study. Thii last film was made In >hob)y no oil • in the world could ha< i the part of the eaprtcM clawed, kittenish girl-queru with ita a touch Shaw wai ir lighted and wrote a new scene IM2 she had relumed to lh stage with a wonderful performance of Duhrdat's ante in Shaw's Hector's IHIeensma. .,• 1 thi. she followed up three yean later with an altogether onithing success in Thornton I he Shin ol ..iir Teeth. laat play, nev 1 of man!;.-. f diamatiseri comic strip, she began aa Sabane, the aterria] gkti Mis Allan' l.ilitn in .1 beach eaatUI itod vivanfacnln M l veace of the A'l-i '.nally she was Miaa Somers. the actress who 1 trad mi .. three %  arta and who oken ISkfa l nee ohvu r whom KM WllUanllj I'.inied, put this pi;*) e glomv prophciies of inevitable failure, and largely through her acting it 1 %  ( w ded houses. who had Imagined that a*e was being hoisted to undue :h the help of Laurence Olivier were obliged to .ittci their %  "• ti he name part Anouilh's Antigone, a r lor deep resources of imagMatto CO and technical aki %  . %  how wrong they %  I her larrlfk per formal, e .• in Tenneaaee W.ll-n* \ stref*-ar Naan Startling Prrdklions In itiur Honisfopf Your Real Life Told Fraa f>i.-. it U a.-i deeo.leiaajC In playing the iwu< 1 11. ( Jf sad Clewpalra. -he .... de\ eloped bronchial trouble and for some lime she was in %  health It mut have L. ll a specl.illat In Interior decorating, a marvellous ball-room dancer and a good rider. 1 l • % %  Mint rl 1 1 I : I ti.-. H *e %  lava .< %  %  1,000 People Attended Victoria Ebthibition IT IS no wonder that 1 1.000 people visited the llarbado. Museum during the past three Bnd a half week.to Ifl ift U '! %  .'.tinh asgci thentn lapraaanl the Victorian Age. It KM interesting, watching 1 ptcturt (ui'.i%  '..,. %  \ The exhibition ^..s staged this vo.ir oecaiisc this year is the eententary of the Oread Exhibition which occurred In Ilwle Park In 1831. %  were lent (o the Museum by about flu i>ersons. Visitors had to pay a mall fee which went In aid of the Museum's collection fond I In I .ii.l >. ., I uri'luuN exhibita ol histoiual and U m latteraal ronaactajl with I'.i'iadoa The exhibition vni %  1 Iruiuj achedulad to enq on the eople who still wanted to see thi ifler that date. The mun who whole show was the Curator of m, Mi Navllu Cental] Than wag the nil %  • ha 1 11. .nut fuim•1 made up Ihe di M In : room oetiings .,f the age The high ba> lied ehjali km 1 prim, the Irmpa were drowsily decorated %  Od theio was a aiMiut tho books which ware placed m the stimewhnt ancient table, llut there .>-. howevei i halite, touch In the painted Mraui which baautlAad the There was a pn mi 1. avai itlon cfaali ^^ I %  %  : : pteea "f Ittrnltura 1 two, but looking at the type of thick win" glasses in the neat bj 1 v ., told <>f the imugni araj whlki sipping wtne in 1 : ing. What seen..-,; Ughl 0U the st.m I but which many might have thought 'I %  Id f the collection were IWO HI metaL. In making the two hounds, the aculptor without elToi I carried "m* back to the tensoncsof the hunt. He hud the Mi.an*Hi. the body potted end atari and Ihe face at, waltti 1 for thalr mast.r> word I not help watching them in 1 imagining the thrill of the tporl of the day. There w,v | ghavUlfl minor, '.he type Which men u ed U. twist %  d. ut tn niH th %  mglc they 1 when blocking their beards and mouitadie to the manner of the times A picture pubUehed In in'l Chrlal leaving the 11 There wa: that picture and manhnoil. could have g ,ne MO the shape of the Victorian Age while the few" eller might get the feeling that the ehatai and trinkets were worn on special occasion! lo ova toe wear.i t, V.etniian di K nitv i'M inn of the long sweeping rrll QM %  ised to we ir find some of the frilled dresses too ware arranged among Ihe cxhlhLocal curios collectors and sellers eOUld have had a look at the sea-ahells useo to be ,.. .. Uons then There was .. gloss In Ihe trink. box which gave a view of thi Paris Bxhll Looking .it [nil th ease in which ll .1 a Uttla da//iinn ague he high lull lookii upon I few neat Imlldings in a beautiful ell II cue was a watch hangjii nd, This stand Was ju %  d furniture. The mhitiitiut: bain eon historical worka ol the iliere The style of in, bog which th lroop fc on OhrUUJUUV IBOti n •outh Al And ininglng out the I of the age, then Of Iht Agricultural Reporter vhich waa seeing "Etpjallty" 1.1 Rights" 5(1 yi Thai pen,.I ||... i; ., 1 .,. • %  linung too, of 1 on p which %  11 ife I liana in I87i. MAPLE MANOR ovaar BOLsa OPPOSITE HASTINGS ROCK! T.1 SStl. L BOU3HB. ;.-.', %  ,',;'.'.'.','.',::*,',:•.;::''\ iMVS FLASH! I \'iiiiiiflt'iil liMilhpasIt' 4 HiupetiiHin >: in* •; |18wN Js HKSI riii/.i: ->< UNO rill/r THUD i'KI/K % 5.10 01 less just • %  nte.— Aiumident ItMMItl'A.tll id in your entry with AMMIOLNT %  la K. I I Ltd. y nui.. iitriea but each entry X gai IMMIOI \| %  S Kntriaa will be )udg< l ;> U P* cs y '* helps you to *;o straight 91VriMVn to jleep—natural, refreshing llctp Miny lose sleep during hoi nights—they need not. if they avail themselves of this simple method. Next day they feel thc full benefit of a good night's sound sleep. By relieving pain and dispelling fevenshncss and sudden chills, 'ASPRO' will help you again and again. Keep it h.indy. WHO SELECT SHIRTS ON THE SCORE OF sivii: IIIMIOIII 4l AIITY W. B. HUTCHINSON CO. MAHHILL STMET. BBIDCtTOWN Influx .. ASMtO ITD V*> I-IIK I S 1 nblels for 3 10 tablet! lor IS Mt.IW.lil ..l.'.WIM AI.WASS nuosi: n I %  P m J-. Of HI*-*; ^ BLEMISHED SklSi Thafs exacts what •• %  N O X U 1 IA la lo any one who suffers Iron, skin hlcmishes. nmbnaaa, tap MM. NOXZEMA is the Medicated Skin Cream Mi Ihe l.itlle Blue Jar.. II .%  a -"* All Ion :S A 1.1: s \ i. i: I. Morning: Apply NOXZEMA all over your lace. With a wet lace cloth "Cream wash wilh Noxiema" — juit u you would with soap. Note how reallyclean your lace looks and (eels. After dryii smooth on a protective lilm of ,'reaseless Noxzema. 2 Evening: — Again "Cream wash with medicated Noxzema". Wash away the day's Accumulation of dirt and grime: Now massage dainty, greaseless Noxzema into your face. Pat a little .-xtra over any blemishes to help heal them. io ii.i* lor On* W aal i t o"* 1 ••Note the Dlllereoce" will* "NOXZEMA The Medicated Skin Creuni In the Little Blue Jar 99 Obtainable at:B00UTS (Hdos) DRUG STORES LTD. Broad Street and Hastings (Alpha Pharmacy) I /



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st MI w *I:HTI kIBI I. -i NBAS ADVOCATE III: II I S HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON 7^Z MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY ^5 ^ K erf^SS.'^KWWIJ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG v.. .." % %  "P I CA* TEACH THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS OH, MASSIE! i^ > V %  '>*" • •' %  -.' %  "> %  -> r^/uB JOHNNY HAZARD BV FRANK POBBINS %  nr RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND WHEN A COLD STRIKES, STRIKE BACK FAST... 71 i USTERINE ANTISEPTIC Treat your hair in time! %  USTUINE Anliteplic Ulfa lllltlllT of germs on throat surfaces.. Aocpi them ttinn waning scriout mni'i!.-. Kciucnv her, ni the tint sign o( CBlcL g*tl I IS1 I KIM Vntm-pi... 1 .1 Micngth. nth sod mi,..* IN TESTS OVER A 12-YEAR PERIOD. DAUV USEtS OF IISTI31NE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEW! COLDSI Siivikrir NATURAL SFA VIF.W GUST HASTINGS HAKHADoS > w management, longterm rates d DO request I Vim.ini-n; tucits >' sjli 1 %  J 11 AUCKLAND, Prupr ut >i IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers lo all Cash and Credi' Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tins VIM CLEANSER 24 99 Tins CON. MILK 33 HI Tins VIENNA SAUSAGES (4 oz.) 38 \ I Tins KOO PEARS 71 l Tins NESCAFE (4oz.) 91 IM Tins LOBSTER 69 Ml D. VSCOTT Ltd. Broad Street THF. PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES Enjoy your motoring \ J. / to the FULL %  E MI It c.in be even more enjoyable when you fill up with Bra.-vled Petrol —the petrol with outstanding performance SHELi. LEASEHOLDS DISTRIBUTING CO. LIMITED PETROLEUM MARKETING CO. (WEST INDIES) LTD Br,-tion Hall, 14 V I .,ic. Port ol Spain M



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. 1'RTF.EN M'MiW AI)V<)< ATI: -1 M>A\ M rll.MIII.K J I Si I CLASSIFIED ADS. rr" L !" L1 JXJS" i TlilPMOha not i... 11,11., MM TM WHS dcepaa* i -o.i tartc ion VVI.I: rMw treeli Tl rf>li an %  HMH .VuM4>l M trO'de — ere* J m"i I cent* a srord h W> d rente tH o* fmlw<; REAL ESTATfc IN MIMOKiAM tl. l.XM-1 Annw Julie Worrell alio fe.l asleep on September 1 tMS UN irm of Je. i. %  •welly Mr soul shell re*t w w Worrell FI.HU.1 •safari. Fih.i %  i In-latt Is i > Ad-pled Ml 9 • l-ln HMT-iimr i. AUTOMOTIVE 1 • II old 11 3n am %  11 a ...... D.al 11 (JR CAR model • 11.... .; % %  .( .ii v'toiIM si .nditaan La* mllerlesv Garage Jl %  11 3i C-AR Oiw V-i %  •.•WO a-dlc MM ne sh.ll It done only ll-Mltl 0. %  MatNt at si IB y .WAH, I DM* ( lor YourBale Vnlur. r*rimhJa -daught • %  and Qraxdi and (.real Grand* AVMII.M I IMI M S OBIBIATOROn* D C Oarteiator letter no Volt, m Perfect Working Apply to 11..pe. St. John REFRIGERATOR %  LBCTtUl u > %  used U prepare nearlv %  .rlher an 1 %  sew MI srt ii mi rn D-nte. Natal • %  Sp" Hi B> Square Deal Dental Lab. BBI i I-II OCIANA m: \\i II BBIT.8II HI n ( no--, -.in II I i BY nrm.'. A 1.10 House with t. '-> u feel. IJom,RN L'nder attSt AT ni'lTTi >N* X Hi. A Good Hou (a ii. ; %  ... Omraj |1.J BV C'>I>HIN<,TtN HILL. A atone Built Holier SUlri v r. %  No* all Arable. (.o.i„ RH L'ndef men AT TUDOR STRKBT. \ I. Ki.'-n Stone Rullt T-n-Saa*., BuM-e.h-i. i. A Rewide <• wild %  I. ,<""!• %  Wrk.no|. Hrrentlv Repaired ..!.<< Painted, all Modem Convrnimcee u.dih about M'I Ii.td, abani •> n \anl. Ooing (. Un.l. i Csaot a*t* ataut I *0t to 1 2,0tt %  -ftlVI GOVRRNMI.I llllj.. A Ne ll-.i(aU. ail ModAT LO*A BR BAY tTRCrr > Bednoi.. Blano Built One Convanif tteet lor Buelnem If CMnrM. Under £1.000 Can Buy ll /T THZ OARJUBON. A Rrrlu.i^* lied i.m Rlone Rullt Hi"...I %  l.t. AT HABTTNOt MAIN RjOAfi Tbaa* and Be Wlaa.-Two H^Mdeneaa I One Almoal New—tlan. I fk) oilierPartly Itona Built in A-l CondiI on-. Both Only Al.BaO Cn Bu Tham AT MAW (.ARDF.NS C T'n. and Oraeu II foi 'Onlr Under £1 It* Almnel N 4* ttone tlnllt Bun, .. S.,1,,,11, View Orl ltd and fl.it.rr Gaiden. ..bout 11.00* q II Pullj I-i rlo—l with tlonAT CATTiJ.WAJHI H.Tfl^irilA A Rare t'haiirr IW Under r. 3 tied..-in e.i uaual otbm. Garng* and I iw -„i-,.,| Mwoa Mn ROOM.* I COO %  Jl modern corn u.furn^feu %  p h oto * %  tan ( "t ...... mn Lake. Folly with -ruet.ee* I %  HOURCVU.T Mj.r| I lit fin matted in--i able IM Ortobri Prnnr I* 7 ill ( i LOU TicKers N." ;i i Mark > c.I. B Suclal on |1 :ttl The-t..k. I I.OVERNMKM IWIKK ATTEN'T : %  int and • %  H Mil be ihuu4iki.td in IBM Sr-p'frnCHANCERY SALE l ihe dale >i—nl .. dawn '< t Hie Regx'r 1051 S [ibrmbPT. 1941, .dip JAMRB ARTrli'R T" UKM-TUN rUCMCNT MUTUHJ! PBOPaWTY A0J. THAT certain pieca or pael of la ll.il m the partak af Saint Thomaa ...td U..d — n. %  i-f R—d. aeveau*n rVrcnn o, •„vrr*bObW io( low P eirftee are kn 1R* PU*li' ma*itk>nad> *n %  on lattda f-.it...... t M.I>v u Ctaa %  I JM i-ive an ,.id IHMIMI ARIBKl \N I I RRENC V I.I . i i. K,l. ..f < ommiwion for Ihc laaut' jnrf Kr-drmptloi of t'urrnno Notm SffUon 3 111 (bI tl thr ruTTnt\ Art, ItM ,—. 1. e lndi new ". lala af one L_ Ntflartd l-i.-i.tati.tr. and at. IM P**c Naad %  and bound T.. u-. wRk the meeatjaa* ar awailina ka-aaa anol al Other the bwlktlnX "Ad e.relle>. Ihaream roucr i • t of Bald lath t-p'ember. Hal laikk % %  .ssr| i. *M I r • %  %  %  I UK \MI -I ll <> %  Ittl \n ivi. HI r*k.tM*tiBO AMI %  O M >t BTI""'TfiB mn SepiernbaT Mftl • til IM. TO lklMliMi l\N %  • %  ... AMD B O. M tll.S HH %  ; % % %  %  AIIINC TO TRIMBAD ANB t I RAt AO M* Hffl*NA ZJtd Srplemn-r INI >i no-KHi.I Aruba -wlai Uth MM i-AKmnrr: irBl %  D I I • .: %  MVatA til -• %  cent t jra" *nd rttrn(rn f* at Mo.iuterr-t ..... u W I BCMUI iltltlll Nil LADY Nl' CAN. CRUISBR CAN l-HAl LADY R11HNLY Nl rrU'CTOR IA1IY N'rUSON Sail* ua* <'unvtltcni HORIP for i lilldrrn. lir-diBPlown APPLICATIONS ARF 1NVITE1 itlowtnf p-*u to %  • %  nil Hotrn ran anortly to bt' openo m Gvwgt-iuu-n and eatarliu lor in %  ehildran.— .. VTKON A fUlll qUtaUflfJl t rafarably s UN win. urc in Irn running o( .. childran't home, %  %  i• %  .,.[ • %  rr f ambient; alo i lut tif %  tooled ii. i d to \i" City Engineer marked: — "TKNDERfi FOR MURPHY DIESF.1. ENOINBr and thou It) raacli t'..City Bnglneer. Port-of-Bpaln, not I Ltn thai Saturday Iftth September, i5i _ti.e.st— ran prr d. lalk Betlaa ll.ii,.4... Barbate* B AIM — 10 Bept 11 Kept 30 Bepi. 31 Repi 11 Sepi 3 Ocl t Ocl in Oct 11 Ocl l Ocl how on Arrive! Arrlee. n-.l-n n.lil-m Maatreal 3T BapiJt haM 3 Oet n Ocl MO.I I No*r s Shopkeepers Kodak 3S. ... f„n .,.„.„,;,-, h ^','^,r"-" "" tintninif and fncperlenc*, plus %  ent lettt' %  ll\ A I... I. p i ibeing appliod foi On %  town BpnUcanti %  hould enclose raeaat Lhotogrfiph Appltcatloni to be ooui'.-iii LO THE HONORARY SECRETARY, CfeiUran'l Convalesee;it HODM) .He.-. Red Cross Headquarters. F'-e I %  Qi aetown, ;. Guiana 2 9 51-j n Attend IBB Mcctuii: >>i THE SIIOI^KKI-PLKIIV aamem Al IgtlttaQfi I'AKK Al 2.110 p m. On Tlll'RSDAY. fiTM SEPT. • Iniporliinl llusimv atT Do Not Fail '. Fresh Stocks Just Received PAPK DAVIS SACCHARIN TAB* I'AKK DAVIS HAt-ATfM. COMP. I'AHR DAVhS PALATOL PI^IN PARK DAVIS IIV1BRON PARK DAVIS BEET IRON I %  709 REAL ESTATE JOHN rVfj. BL4D0N CB. A r s.. r v A. \OIIII NL thcr llH UMUl IM ,\. : Ihe Brul>h r. dWI" will be ra, i ill ... debts conlractrri by the crew %  %  1 during tier lUy at this port. K W C1IISI.ETT. h. P. MUSSON. SON ITU Aimll. 31 8 51. In. Ollll M XI SOI vi:vins (.inCurio*. Jewela Alili'ilirs. IwrSilk-. M... Bd HUMS Allt'iilioii I III I \IIO\ III I' I I'KINi ll'AI.S Ol ( (II II f.l -( iiuni -. ALL MAVU.I.KS '>„ %  .!. (.,.,.. .-,.i v, ran Kchool Teacher Normalltrut yearn Teacher.I. aeefc Miployme'.t to irae Iwn-djailed Da CONIbTUS < Mai.da and •mi ta i Hint %  BOut I nth Avenue Bellavltla, 81. Ii< •pert li.n tit Opptll L. U TVmpln. Mh Av. For further parlleuli nf >.ilr apiilv M COTTLE CATTORD B CO It t SI -NED "MORSES '"""PILLS The itatrmenl Wrlher with Orliflcal. • Mirth .hould be attached to a coverlni -tier nf apptlration Ckndhtolaa livint In the Umle.1 Klrta awt .h.mlrl -end their %  itpliratntne t. 1 • Wdal ln.lu Ciunmll ., < to N.,rfolk Btieet. tendon. W C 3 to | Blt d Itt ft der "l Mai %  aeh him bt the tnttt ReplrmhrItSI „ rh cundiitm — the f*arribean nrea • nd their application to the s.iirtirt AlenandK Brhool > %  111 ftl Mad Rl fell llarbado* Rock ley /rVrV//eVAW/rV//rV.'A-: Mt USES m N.M <;aid.i %  IV Matthla. and lha Cily One >3< Acre apot of land al M. Alxi buildinn ritaa with 10 I' Ii II rraaonabli ii. at ';.--',%*,*.'.---'-*,*.---,-.',*,'-*-*-*-''•", A NEWS FLASH TRUSTED RCMCDV 1 'OR OVER j I ^-^y-^gft Vi aaS r^ ;, ) ***** | I BEWARE OF WORMS! j 1 mg -I pit Modern It I i' is lett cost I v huikl thai, a bulldln. |ienxl rit • | to ..it "iRRlNDAUE WATKINS ///rV/tVrVrVkWrVri THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY 'Tell me ti'hnf 'Aiti lit:.-, fid I'M le'l Od food you .v. Int. il.tiri. Soite i* Chair* and Iteei, Uoiible and M>tMc •• %  Settee* lldit Rat k. Cneat* "I i Palo. Larae Open Coffee TBWaa, Ili^ina table. 13 Dlnlnf Chaira. S Tlei kattn. Tea Irulle>. Round 'ip-T..|i Tahie*. I*i Mont* oTHiaai Table. Telephone Fable, Bid aboard*. Lwu ..th s.iale and Triple Mirror*. Cheat of Drawer*. !•:., %  .... i. I.-.i ii-..-. T .i. Chain. IT tinale Bad* *Vttk Vono Spun** Carted Sirdjla Red. D-.ut.lr lied ALL THE ABOVE IN MAHOGANY 1 l> hollered Couchea. Eve Mlnlaint.i.t..i .'. %  .".. Clock, TiWr %  ofaard t-mpa. Carpal i dea oecaauii. Tablra Walnut sideboard. S..i*l -^11* lined C i fail ill am coadt houw Frtdae. lamall*. Btal'^d Deal Vi'ardrottev IMM**. Cj*h Ion* and Run* 1 Mr.i..n' CaBB. nei.. Itttli Cana Upii.i Chair. Ware Cui-h.-id. Ulaa--nre. Hand PalnWd. IVs-rrt Ba*. %  tSM ed Tea Set. Ch'.a. Lar.a Col1 aMahun ivt* anH Pane. H uienaiU, Itcaaiire iVa.i Kuenan T-bte*. --. *|. hat rnir.t Mattieaae.. i i iraei rtra 'Itntul'her* l*r*e Pl-ted Srvina l 1'late.l C.d Tra*. Mltr plated Milter tee*' ml'. Tied and Can. OalvanUed Waah Tub and BaBBB other aanirted Itenu I .iM B*lrr*kr>t>al> *.t*.WI-l> %  AUCTIOMIKS l.la-.Vfi II,.. A F S F V A IMimir 4t:ilr Plantations lluildiui: WK WOULD WKIXOMi; TIIK OPPORTUNITY TO FILL YOI'K ORDERS FOR ll III I i MMAB in mi. and VESTS \ %  .:-,:-.:: THE IK.XTHAL EMPOMUVM Corner ol Broad A Tudor Btrectl LET r.S 1.1 I HH.I llll.lt II HI: ti balllf or lu-a nl TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM (Witt The Oislinclive Flavour) Its flavour and smoothness is pleasanl lo the Tasle. .IOII.V . T.WI.OH A mm I.TII FOR SALE VIUA BOtA". Paaaaae Road. Michael. AltraaUit Mid orn> |U located alone bungalow wllh hotantfaa*>***U Appro*. I*. %  t.ina a fron' atta I RicitkiJii lift, a. ad buntalow conalructed of Mooe oMfe wallabo %  kindled roof The acroinrunilat* of an encloard anlkrry. HetMJ as**, dtsriiwj room. ...d dsmble %  >II The ly haa a wide lean al one %  Bt .SUALOH JM,. |l„l Very %  R hoina with minimum labo.it I r.'-idah*. rood liMn* room. loilct. Il!id kilchn'. with .in • %  m. ith polMhed pine lloonne throuttiout i ,lt (Hipi.lar r^' RAOATI.LI.E HOIS B." tt Truinji A" i country liouw With approx 5 acre* plu* additional I 1 acrr< if requlied Ttvere are i bedroom*. I lounaei. dlnlnrf room, I aneloead aallerta.. 3 balhrooma. kltrhen. pMiIrr. aarvanU" room*. 1 Oeraae* bulldinta Tint property M well rlet-ated and mand* excellent view of in Jainex roaatllne -fkMrlt I inE".Afiru>li ttltli double .:,,-, ..... .., H tfak .11 laid ornamenUI gmdcni. hubbarlea large paddock, all enbv wall and lenre The houae conlaina vary large lourifea. dining room, gallcrte*. 3 di-ibic atfaroa, garage* and outkntiding. f'AMBBAI'. Proaprrt. SI Jamaa.— -'-Miund ronalrucuon located on good t 100 rt of tea Irontage Pint % %  sandy beach and toad safe I rung The nouar ha* 3 large 4 bedit floor with %  inllar men Oils property would be ly aulUble for ronvenlon Oueat House IJIW figure Hill— 1 Italone -all. and %  alog roof There n a Shaped bedrooms anifa fa pnniry. oar%  om wllh tub %  olar hrattng tnatal.... k | ,t The ground* of about ' an are heavily wooded wllh Mahogan' and Flamboyant trees Lawns and atone flagged terluded walled garden, attractive I-'ntion cloae ta (own i; II .1 -i St. Jan'An Estate House built a| •tone with pine rlnnr* and shingle root S reerpliou. t bedx vciaiidah* air also garage and us -Jl out build nuts The house stand* on appro* 4 acre* of well Umbered land -ii.ahotan> % %  appr-voehed bv a long dnvewav Hanked with clo-elf pU.H.d matreeThe outslanding attraction of "Holrlar-." i. the *..> lovely site which haa lha l' KHIlll Hill tl '. Hriltons Croaa Rd Fine raample nf a pre. %  • 1 -lores Rarbadun home pervading nn atmoapliere of mallow tolldilv mchsiKM bv the %  Old World" garden In which H %  ttaat. The euveref the houae at but ana of feature* about "I.ickn •.-%  rilng the lounge reuti.il stairway invnriablv rcriivea favourable rooiirent The -rnarate dining i ippreelaled and also he sanall study and long wide %  randaht A property well worth %  rwmg if real t-.l-ie for money F wanted '.^^V/,^^^^V/^VVW'A'.V/.'*Vy'-Vr'A'//* RALPH BEARD LOWER BAY STREET Sole HlBBfl for "SEBEL" Fl'RNITl'RE Knund Square Available in Red. (tteeit jnrl BsTBtl V////.VAVrV/rWrVrf//rW//*VrVeW*'



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SUNDAY SD.PTKMBKR 2. INI 11...1... Maim W.I. Artists On The Air SUNDAY ADVOI Ml l'\(;i I'll Tl IS CIItKCII SERVICES •T LEONARD S aaaa "•*JM. IMI n rt, Bab (-•. • a KiiihjriM and Aldraaa 1 n N". II • %  Matuti p m — %  day Vhooj. 1 p Bat m an w p *_ Head Tursdat and Thursday rta Md with Keyne* tor the four Tu„ West Indian artist* will b? W1 uW ha d-tala in ItHtf. al lenrd in BBC pn.icnimme. in th* the Treasury, during the Bietton cumin* week—I • in* Woods Conlerence and the nefOarmor7 Jamaiand Winnifred tuition* few th* American loan *'" Atwell the Tntudar.iiin piani-v Sit Wilfrid mves a picture of the *irt*viv .viIlbeheardin-Rer.de/rrjin and his personal habits, his m.rniVK '^THtii. Tumtimy, Mb. September. Hashes of humour and irreverence •. < .M h i ond the sec-end in "All Star Bill" —•" In all a mart interesiinn talk *"•" %  BOY %  t N. I „ on Thursday. fllh Septemrxf which has recently been reprinted "'E-??S' l %,? r **fT*' *"L Dennis Brown plays in the London fai The Listener. The talk can be *£ P,^, H. B^aAW Philharmonic Orchestra which has heard it 8 15 p.m. Mcndav. 3rd a**nui HrOM Pnaaaai H > 111 recently been tourinjt with LeopoM aV'ptamber PVLWII u .m -AL Jj** 1 Siokowsk! a, guest condnmr. B .8.C. Television *££,*. r &J?T?Z tSSSi KSr-w Taking pan with him in "Fender-r*,. BBC Television Servirw *"it^T T ** th Mr B twi. ai TON ( Mil 1,1 II 1 I 1 !" MMIH VATrOHAl fc-MTWT %  rou.vuoar NOCK A M r ante Dam Oivin* Win H ... mini ^ r "** **l \ \T10N.UHV I,,. aaiai.t ions CStrtllAI %  Maa'ina. %  and vous" •inleV a, usual the BBC' RevLM ZLSSVSL% "thZw",7'^ Orchestra conducted by Robert 555J!?*?1£"!L5 !" L ft-S DI-HSCOMBF Busby will also be heard and tt>• •*• %  in tfw commit week This reier rung. nerwmvuu^ tfie fc,_„j.-_, f -t. r\ n • , .._-_i Lear., too Mr G the pngraokAl* of entmatnment by Common v ealth Artii will be on the air at the re-ul. broadcast in the a O.l. hi nmed to coincide with the National aw Radio and Television Exhibition at Eail'k Court, London, from MFTIIOIHST " ''THEET Ham Rrv J llnl> Communion t p %. BouKai Holy fl III l—PI PAYNO BAY til m %  -> %  P Jrast describes this form of WMITEHAI I who perhapa may nothave M.^' ffyfe id tells them of the effect Hoi, Commuaion having in the British home HOIXTOWN I %  %  %  > ssss. faraanai i*"*rhar t^eulananl r -l-i I. HTvnm v II am Hnlj-r.. \lptui 3 ( % %  'apu I /IP Bourn vita vi i i:ir THE RECENT RAWS PfPf yotrt 1AN0 FOR PLANTING WF HAVE THE ACRICLLTIRAL HOES, SYCKLF^. GARDEN FORKS. TROWELS. nd RAK15 N. B. HOWELL Di! 3306 1UMBER & HARDWARE Say Street Winnlrrcd AtwiU-watt wr toihi-d the Moehne and Ede.*"|'!*J~ I U Dams flooding the Ruhr wilh 3W S P ~ Va?JI> ~AJ .^^"iC million tuns of water. The -torv of mi !" Paiad> this faraoui mid nfctl abo of the :— WM U am KM pLtient research which went Into will ixloW In i BBC -i.if> Royal Drawing Society's Examination SpEIGItTSTOWN II am MrCuuouih. Hoiv I Mi J I Havna. 8C1AH II i>4, Mr Ban Ret rm in programme entitled 'The • %  a a Dam-Bustvrs' adapted by Paul „JJ^V1 Bnckhill from his i>ook of that n. DM and pioduced by Leonard b p. PA lit* Colt cell. Broadcast will begin at *' %  " %  • l *. V.t'U p.m., on aunoay. HHI. unnnii • %  < SeplrmlKT Pnrlrait of J. M. Keyn On Mondav next. 3rd September. Sir Wilfrid Eady. C.C.M.C.. S.,relary of the Treasury. —— %  %  —will be heard on Monday next in |u ^ 4 !" p !" ^" • h | p ^'^1 a talk on "Maynard Keynes at the oaaMarts. 5.ao pm Cotnpoaat oi Treasur>" Jl the scries "From the pijau Ml P-w. .Tfca giniMlai.Ul Third ProgrammeJohn Maynard )*X:.T! !" J ""&<<*£ * KevncN was a great humanist and ts pm rrow, u,. Third Proram a great economist, with a delight i. is pm inieriud*. • p m. i In the arts and fascinated by hu•" !" l •'*<•. omu i HI Mum" -, M oaoip ii tTAai "... U V S.-l, h J S (Ja. F E Smilh. J I n,.iu>i rcnirsDAll a m Mr niarkmrni M M '*all. J P c*i II v p M Wlnirhall 1 ,D "• BITHEL 11 ... H* M A r Th.nr cjpol'p II sTAOg 1 """• •• "> " Craaan Nota Osav """ %  c r %  *"•*. c y Bollock ——— ———' i B S n !" •"•' r,rh "fertea %  *>*, M A MI-,. r B n..b i m*. Mwi • 10 p.m luir. PAI.KIPTM It j n H,^ p CM.-IX %  r1 ' *Utl I. C Boumr. ' m u r **s.na. * %  ilM can. o, : p ,„ B *. g P— n r shy r r ha H .'-!.• v Half Hour. 1pm CamO II Mar, ,1.. Bullaii, M R Yard. H A.Kaiv BriitONT 11 m Mr r Moor* 1 Q*0OT M ITAOg I P-m. Kav M. A I | m Haa* J M %  nuriHuii M. H UrilHth. M A A Kim n H SOUTH nWTHICT • ,m H., M A AM** A v, „th. | || L..,,, v p f* MM II MM P.. Tnama. .M.ilv CnniinunWn %  T a m *runa. P g Walcolt. A O. V %  %  •sr a Ham* rii ,, M Pi r -.^i ThNa. I IS p in Nm PHOVIDENCg II a m Mr J CJatk* '' '' fclgfa • I McCon r I . Kma M I PROVtDKTfCg ll a p.m. Mr (; jnn f VAfXHAI I || a r.1 p.r. Mr H j* u m> I in ii i \ i C Jona,. r i. %  M A i A Rally •( Bnliak ra Radta Ma-ataal. OIH) and Falhrr of All %  k p m HXIHTIAX Hi lrMl lud. a M D m r.om ih. IM11...1..1. '••" <' %  * af ihaiai. %  ill MMI. I „.. p in Th. n- -' %  % %  1. ana.-t.-ran. n r Kim. J I <:., M iin IS p in Sanaa*. II a.m. aa* 7 p %  '-'larhA C Corbin %  London Farum SUNDAY. SKPTEMBBH I. |*.l <* A Daana. %  O feoyta M A S-r Si H C Phillip. I WtMi I I larata. II A Oitri'i. S 'i Rrad*haw .na or nimirii. but nai Kr >^ih p ""P- M Hind* *: E Bladn ralhar do R Arrtu-r JOB ClBili* A V %  A M Qollao SUNDAY. SEPTI MONDAY. HtPTEMBIR > IMI 1"^" ?' "f* m %  •' )l 15 m Piotjramm* Paradr tl IS •••". T.l, J.k. \ m Ualrncnt ChMca: 11 *i a m Coital CummanUn, 12 aao The Rrxa. is HI: HEADY TO TAKE TIII: PLUJVGB Whr < child tit and up to th* %  chool work ii s your Job to aand hin dttlon, and to NOW C.IVC hnn -i .. i KBEOI "IU I % %  ... but; the* tin I school n'-opens. rrKUoi. Li Xl ,,|j,,, hiadrffn n h Liver Oil lor -Hour bonai ind teeth, Iron foi good, i •"•' ; i ind .i keen b i Kr.iirmt.cr loo thai KI FUtOL haa a Vitamin \ 1800 International U roui child FKKltoi.. the World'i Beat I i. :KM nan personality—a superb taacaer : *Cliaa whose influence circled the world. | WUfrld Eady was closely asso; oo pm SIM 11 WM The New*. 1 Analrali. IS p m Finn of Ihr ri*i< aj..jd. T *J p.m Ganarally i a 00 p m RMIK. Kawaraal. S ft p .. ialonia. torn mam a rv %  p m. prar *fcn MaMai Parfacl. • aft p m lnic had*. IU pm Front the E-1.loru.lIn pm Prom iha Promanadc Con %  earl. I" Or. vn Tha Maw* 10 10 pm hMfrludr. 10 It pm J"nn Bull'* Band H 4S pm Scl.r*BfVaH* ariis WRUL 11 2MV wiirw || T-,v, wnvx n ts Mr <.l*m*>111 PTAGE -' %  on*. n ... M.-nha—i %  I Pa..A a O SNIMU. J J Park J.I* ivrrh. B E Wigia. nsjoina in srrAfir • M I Laacock PH B MrConna i ^I'liem. A r ca. A E W.kh r-aot'P I\' STAGE I Paaa ,*• A A>nb> r...imi-.., %  '.n*..i, c Cad. 0 -H M A ll.i Pall I...-,.., ca.it. FERROL sr STOKES A BYNOE UD. A#anfi a M GOVERNMENT NOTICES PART ONE ORDERS By liaal.-t'ol. rOKKFtl. OB E E D Command i na. TtlF SAUtMl BEGUtrNT 31 AUOirST. ISSI I PABAIir*—Tramlai All ranka *UI para-a al Raaimanial Haadquariar* a S Septambar, IMI. MO Cor eontinaa. lo rr StsMM allnllad lha opan ran-a for il ir* A M C B Co 1W0 hour, on Thundav mi tratnlni "A" Coy U i> allotted Iha aiiniahn .lUX Tha Binal pMasa will br hold roriiinua. -• pradl**Baplember. IBSI Rrrruil. will paradr lor iraimnf undar Ihrir rawecliva aqiiad yaaga] J '"' W-dnela. 3 Vplambar. IMI n.lilin ..1IH I I \MI (IRIIIRIV -IM>r " %  lh -inin. IMI Glands Made Active and Youthful Vigour Restored in 24 Hours Maiarlaaai Daalar'a Oiicavary airawthona Blood Her v.. Body. Kaaaarv. Br.i.. Muaclai. and Daat*rii*.ca—Ballar Than Gland •aaaaalafla, Doriar. it la now p— (.1. r... n-,... -1 %  lf HiM MIar.lxiaili.ni *....i.-..I W.-. S .iiinpi>. . .1%  i.-ui %  V„uih Vlpaur. AwMlfaii and Vn.ll.y TMl P"< di^oYary. whiih la a atmplh.>"ibaatmant ana can oa ward aac*att| ; anrn. •luachiy i>'ir.(. fu>i'i.>i >. anoani>l..tHr IOi RWp In-lr ill you m-r.lv laka lhl> %  lm|. 1 homa traaiii*l %  law daya and vou -in ""'I lha! .-„ 1st. MONTH REDLCTIOMS I OK OM, WIIA Ordrrlv Ofllcat Urdailv Satjaanl I tar Dat. Orderly Otllcar OraWily Serjaant Caj r ca* Ml Pta Kina. T A" Cm S03 Pta McConnay, C. A "A" Coy I Ll A. H. Clarke M3 L sji Turraay. D. O M L. D "*--Coi. Ma|or. S 1 L P A Adjuunl. Tha Barbados Raflmml aaaaai SEBIAL HO XT SHEET NO I Oranlad waake • !"• l 31 AnauO. IMI. l.antrd 1 waak. S Leav* WA I. 31 Aufii-I IMI. Gianiad 1 monlh.' S Uava %  %  • .11 Ai.au.! IMI. M I. I) Sk*w-Co". Major. S O l-.P a AdJblant. Tho B .ml i Ikan ani Attention ,s drawn to the Control of Pricw (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1951. No. 29 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Monday 3rd September. 1951. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Edible Oil". "Soap". "Lard—Locally Manufactured". "Margarine" and "Milk Evaporated" are as follows:— ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) RETAIL PRICE (not more than) Oil (Edible) Soap: — (a) "Bomber' Blue Mottled (b) "Boanbet" Cream Laundry (c) Raven Brand $2.29 per gallon in %  luantitics of 50 gallons nnd over or $2.SI per Gallon in quantities under 50 gallons and 2 2 c. par pint or not less than 3 gallons ^ „ _m (d) Pelican ,\ard—Locally Manufactured Lanl (Vrlvo Krij Margarine: (a) Cooking S10.M per box of 20x2', lb. bars 110.2S per box of 20x24 lb. bars 911.48 per box of 20x2 H 16. b*rs 3*e. par bar or t<• par quarter bar. Sic. par bar or Mc. • par quarter bar. 62c. per bar or I5|c %  per quarter bar. T nr per carton of 0 cake* or 13c per rake. 47c. per lb. In containers of 25 Ibfl and over or 47 He. per lh m quantities under 25 52r. per lb. lbs and not lets than I lbs S5c. per lb. • 47c. per lb. in containers oT 30 lbs. and over or 47 4c. per lb. in quantitie.4 under 30 lbs. and not less than ptaaaaai %  t form and IwOwa— ill aay (hat ll Is fa> ballar WeXkM Mean Thla n>w ir.rdiril dlarov..,. kiaara aa Vl.Tabi. ha. b.-n laaod l.v Hi..u-and. la Aaaarica and ban %  r*lavra| r>alia ibai aaaai nlmo.t mlrai nii.n* It haa .-on.pxr-1 %  ... r I ..,.,,%  aand* who h*lli >• .. .1 ii.vikini from arid d.Nl ( r v Tl ha* • ood a. aaw ll ha. I ...... i.a-i.( % %  '"— .1 thin tk-y wara oM. i-h-d with ih).• %  of ifaaaJa di*.>". %  la Ihai t H-ow> Worn.o.n I l>. r \ i %  %  il— %  ihiSS1SS billon, pan "(i iratl nod •-•• •• %  ciddi. oi i .... *n-t w M ltj known d.j.H.r.llr S.I OMl Festival of Britain Printeil Silk -5 Lovely Shades Anglaise in White only Nylon Dress Material—many attractive Shades Printed Silk Illustrating Barbados and its Products Crepe De Chines in amazing Colours Ladies' Silk Panties Ladies' Silk Panties 2.77 'J.'2.t a yc 3.84 .\.T1 .. 4.84 %  .. 244 %  M 1 ,. ,. 1.32 LSI .. .72 MX ,. .96 M ,. „ MODEL STORE Crn. Broad & Tudor St Guaranteed To Weak IB "•""l-l"~l > %  l.io; n-w youih. < %  ) ly. and.M.r* I' -HBtlonin A i .au.af ll......... .-. ara now dt.mi.t.i-.| I.. d-r a ai-ara-oll.t. %  ,r mph aju-aiiona1.1 %  draalli and .rrllaliiu 10 lha •! %  B".- ralorn lb* >. %  ft. aod It "ial aaiaina un'l'f II .t -i.i" Y-., ara lbwM. indaa •# yaul i -n .,,... r.wtl... A iixl.1. a..l.W.ii.i. | ia i. i i. ..r it vi Taaa •-<>• %  • imii *..i ""J" 'tlin*uM h V !" "r' | r7.'M duiaiflo' lUI ,a! 'IT" DIAL 3131 Vi-Tabs 'lailarai M-*.f,aw raivsrs % %  < N I VHaJWr E S S SERVES AiiRinmiii; with Petroleum Products for every Farm Machine and Vehicle Table (Glow-Spread m print*) (e) MeUo-Kreern Brand (til 01oar-%read m Tins Mllh-F\Mporated Bfta, Sa>. per !d in lf>t 2^ lb^ md over $2.70 per S lb. tin 5c. per 1 lb. tin $2.IK per 5 lb BB %  12. 9 per C34$ tins He. per lb. •2c. per lb. Sftc. per lb. OF MBM than ^ lb. 41c. per or. lie. per lb or less than >* IK 4c per) ear per . or U-s than •- B>. f(c pei 2t per in L lt Sttltmbrr. INI R.M. JONES & CO. LTD. Agents. Qnlhoducinq THE NEW VAUXHALL A VAUXHALL MASTERPIECE WITH ALL THESE NEW FEATURES:Sleek, Streamlined, Styling Lender, Wider and Lower Stylish Front End and Sparkling Chronn .'.i Beautiful Interior Styling More Seat Room Six Passengers More Shoulder Room More Leg Room Larger Luggage Space Entirely New Body of High Torsional Stiffness Entiiely New Suspension Great !y Increased Stability Superlative Steering Characteristics Superb Riding Qualities Bril'ant Road Performance WAIT FOR THE CAR OF MANY SUPERLATIVES io#* t Hi Ihfi iiit>> imii imi •#/#/•// IOI III i:SV GARAGE : Hob. I lioin. Lid. nhilipiirk Hal.



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Aotocate ESTABLISHED 1895 MAiiHAOoS, SEPTKMKr : IH PRICE MX CENTS Reds Push U. Nations Troops Off Two Hills; ^ bTH ARM* HBAOgVABTSKB, Sept, l. rMJiin KviutrU JVjORii than 1,00!)screaming Reiishi-iiigourpguns ^ "'• 1-WWpWI IJ pushed the United Nations unit off a Bill in the 'J'Q B.^ • IIHIU'S tie of the "bloody ridge" north of Yanegu this __ HAPPY m <.VMII:IIIM. AT IIAI .MORAL centre %  morning, and counter attacking United troops had not yet captured the high ETODBd by late Saturday afternoon. Another Communist attack, which grew from twc companies to two battalions west of the "bloody jj* ridge", forced the Allies from another hill crest late in the morning. A determined United Nations' counter attack re took the crest before noon Hot, sweating Allied infantrymen counted 47? North Korean dead on the position when they Rot back on it, including twelve officers. Casualties were the result of air strikes which totalled 27 in the entire section. 1 racing Mil \<\ lliuh New Zealand Conservative Party Back In WELLINGTON. Sept 1 Prime Minister Sidney Holland %  | nn %  pBrtianMOtary election thai K W him an even larger nuijoMb I the 1949 vote which ended M wm of socialist rule. Returni . ... National (Conservative) party 47 ieat*. one more than it held in the last Parliament. Tin Labour iwrty won 37 • %  lred with 34 in 1949 Holland, who called lb to get a vote of confidence tor in. Mara ii.tiuiiitiii of tinbeuei loui month strike by the dock amkera, plediied that the C, would continue it* programme •with justice for all end ...lie." Labour laader a said thj.t tht> would "go <.n ftgntfng until wc ^ in." Tho asaetlao ,. gtratneb flow in MOM districts. None of the eight smaller Deluding the (. %  %  who put up (OIII Wxttdatal won n aeal No Commui elected to New Zealand's Parliament. —f.p. h rted The ' % %  I of* t i %  %  • i ither was foggy In l; i. r in tin' dav giving %  i t the i tp at eight flares The era.fi di tny I tombs. %  i % % % %  'ihl.' mulUpto engn> I'II train at about 2.000 feet, aa < %  that DM samp fi<* %  CaVredw • I lea d i up For Catastrophe It. (.I.OlKii: AllDKOI IJllAKI.s ATHENS. Sept. 1. Marshall Al.\ mQltarji ban and aurpi I in the current campaign said that he had jumpcn mto politics because hi Greece Is "heading low trophe "• greek mil) party, nc entered In the niiitii parllamentai thai he would push through tha m favour Uie pOOP gained power. the framework ol lha I. seemed hk.-lv thai the he^iiing toward! eataattopba n nlso is Impoastbla foi ira (he widespread pre aura of public ooinlon loenti %  Paaagoi said. %  1 represent;.* H kg I ind warned against tha mo %  Govern When elas-es in Or* present las unjust because it r*H< on utdli %  %  poor.—I'.f*. Airliner Crashes: \a Casualties KBXICO CITY, aV ; A MAdoii D.C 6 ..iriiner carryrng 39 pasMT.g*rs from Los Angrl,-indtnB |„ ihp mud of Lake Tcxcoctoday but all the passengers and d injury. Is ol tha Motion Company said that the fuurgajglned plans) **** on %i M,% airport arhen th r pilot was I read '" I >••.• a bells ,,, tha dry Inkebed. The cause ..i thi accident ** "ot determined immediately. Officials said that none of the p* and lour cm* %  offered % %  i ." if.P.) DEATH TOLL MOUNTS ALASKA -• %  The crash of a navy patrol bomber with ten personbleak Aleutian Islands last brought the number ol dead or trussing in 10 Alaska "iir accident, since July 21. to 8* A search plane ham reported '" ilupii-imr. msdc m the .-tie ground* i of Uie visit* Prince Oharlela tb" ii 're .u he iu atrtds the aculptl iitronnds of BslssoasJ The Kins wring a stilt, arip-the handle ol Fflneasa SSS E ..Wtli • r gMks Prl : i tile Queen jdinira th. I | | I'm IN MI: K'turnff To Germaiiv By HAKOLD MILAIIN HCIDLLBEKG, Gon (vrouiyko In San Francisco For Showdown With U.S. B> DONALD .1. QONZ U I 1 BAM IBAN) Isc O, Bapt uyko aruve-, ior tha showdown I n the Vnlted St.it%  • aaty. Qromytta and hh snara \p b i %  itj agabun new aggression In the P i' in BagA 1. itlon wasted u rtHurra I %  I ulwarii It called % %  mar -e,. 'I' I %  %  ordarad I I '-' %  • %  Ath '" "' % % %  Idtng lirel.. I %  | I RELATIONS BET\\ EEN KUSSIA AJND RED CHINA BECOMING COLD \U \\. h. RVIIKK LONDON, Sept I A m tfet sbli coollftg ol MaMla b* tw < %  •! Communl ri and rtugfii is clglmad here, nod is attributed to M %  %  . Pekli bsarvt said (hat this view ha found official confirmation n an article on the Soviet lationg publi>hed w the Moscow rravsla of 26, ilu l,ii' -! !• ie uf tli-newapapcr to reach London ——— title, i Ufa ;. iip H'.i. ag bloa to the lies j • i.. %  i of till (i.ndly help ext. nde,( nude ; all ih %  -si i,,ri<, gtvao to China bj j Raggd Hut it failed tO Bay limit how Russi.t wan i ut the obligations she assumed under the Sovfat-Chlnasa T• •-.*( v i Muciiw on rabruaj I4th, 1930. M\a PflTOO DeelilltM Noiniiiutit>iL To \ it'f-Prt'sitlt'iH'x Iran Oil (^nnpany (itls C^iialitMige By K. C. "HALE It LONDON, aqn.' J^UWAIT, tlie null .i.....u ..i. ou the Persian (lull, boosted its oil output to new unprecedeiu ed records which may ov< 1 t.iki Iran s oil supremacy in the Middle East. The Anglo American owned Kuwait Oil Company announced that it had stepped up production to the record yearly rate of 32,000,000 tons nearly twice lasl year's leveL Kuwait's boost, IntmtJ I 'il since the An^lo Iranian oil crisis, is expected lo narrow considerably the gap caused by the stoppage of oil from Iran. K. Germans hspoac Tax. On later-Zonal Slii|iiiin th %  r —r.r. U.S., Australia, New Zealand Form Pael 1 \HY. CALIFORNIA. Sept, I Achcson on Bat tiled the Treaty by the Unii / %  tland %  niriitf of Un H lnteti e efl • on with which the Free Peopli of th* three slant nuard ft loui 'itKiril, with \)uItagji of il %  counti %  thaw pitUed t.p at the & Club. The Sixth Auny band played the national ant German Trade Aims In Argentina SlMi.MHMMM On Creilit ul 1 II I.ONIX)N. S-pl I Paaaaatal Ttmea. analy* i v.. intent, Britain stUMlU %  i*ii bv the %  %  %  %  I in I i tiiv A F to J q u i Red 'i %  %  1 Yew Zealand, and the Unite FnveVe art* :. the numbti of examplai %  i | S.ivu-t axperta of all ktnda noi %  %  %  i I ml .it th. BOe or manion the P;ict ilwlf As U afgya gives great i i %  .. %  fgjrangrirnai I r i • inerv 01 equl| 1 %  •-." in 1 a, the tml) i-' 1 a si %  u I %  da (hath Bjejai Praeaa .inuui : China. "After .1 13 • a nli tion of railway comrnunkal m itone %  ii nkoa .IT. : I Hani %  1 1 1 %  %  contribution o( Soviet greatly helped the rel. of Ihe t'hme-e rattwi I'ravda did i • about RuaaaVi ha 1 %  sse rails %  (< %  Quotini %  I 1 in-ill foi iiiiii pub 1 %  ilu 1 i*. the "niy obs ta cle In th merit of a high level of tr, %  nnid iik*to see %  %  %  I radt 'r.i'-i M Ml Ks< %  il 1. an no1 Uie I •'letoi> %  igcrt. of 1 1 %  uld nn %  . another U %  .11,1,11 ii.. %  I ... the i"> ror foi itlul ten A KbdrawaL 1 iun (• I sod Unshed tnamaalvi o eicprew-iiiK pralaa foi I %  %  ipei lot Peronl id bj rear tdmlral Alberto %  %  Mati I'M 1 -IT. BfJRUK Bapt 1 %  ie Alln. 1 cupaUon %  %  %  %  %  l .. -..1 neavj trucks 1 bul drivet %  .iiled c.i 1 %  1 1 i\ (rleauo I .nijili'Mi Shakes Fast Ja\a ilng output a ted age ah %  Th%  %  at da peak periods. I'll"s< -\ ii %  %  still hlgnei produe: 1 it renniiiK I 41 nil the nhnrt.ige of shlpplni 1 Krovvun' .i.d'ppndrntifrom Iran 1.id linked i %  %  not* %  With '.., % %  ng oil centres of tha npanj 1 nwned In equal Unerlean Qulf "ii .. %  %  1 %  1 . iuler of Kuweit, the si.cik Abdullah Balun %  • d, at least 1.11 1., t<< tin rievelopnw nt of Mi 11 11. pectaculan %  %  ha follow nn in 11M6 wra i< 1 il produ I the level %  1 %  .-Mm Januen ind Julj ^i Ihe rea ch ed i3.6S7.ooo lam if th.%  1 production will short1 a tons Tim area Iran before tha onlUd with Britain r.n.ilyaed Its ... %  1.nontb SOURABAY/ 1. I 1 i. wa thorougl udder, ml hk h *ei 01 rounding ai %  ii'. 1 %  in iitji of I .1, I ..I %  I Ml ..11 the vole ..ul of us drilled .HI area of *ome • . i %  1 n ii ytetd of Ilu oil 11.! 1 ...-I'' ,. |l I I B 1.nn quara mill %  %  1 %  n 1 r.r %  11 j k 111 %  Copp6r W tn-kers To Hi-lurii On 1 in 11.iv 111 n ling aln %  %  %  1 pi ROME and %  IVi r victory I tfged the Item lining of a Paeiii, 1 4 'i Atlantic 0 "'ountrlea ... %  haglenlna a I eventually will inrludv %  %  New Ties %  TO-PAVS WEATHER CHART ionnw r. 50 p a Still "ft Ii '* p Bl Moon Fu-t Quarter. B-pWm btr B. Ughtlns Up 7 00 p %  High Tide: 4 13 iu ud igg P m Low Tide 10 'J a.m. and in M p D %  %  tv.und to %  eo I %  %  %  week wit 1 %  "common the threo English apeakinr i %  The Pael bindthe Ihn %  I*I .%  N abron I i| |U8t before affixing hinlgnsture to tht Treatv i the l*liel that the Part mark. r building of the ramparts of fre-dom in the k I ... • • %  %  B miners -,,y that lhe> %  making use ol Soviet product!* mt'hods" rrsvda %  g.iin eel ibout t;.Soviet %  pie. given bj Pi itaah ol a Ipea bon Bovk I do Rght the i the plague in at. kSMSi The "herOii of the Soviet no but %  .''i. U Pravda doe| | medical equipment i —r.r. lused thiMuantL-.-. %  %  In i b, falltha have iN.i-1. rep> entei %  '. he Nation.d loatltuu of %  cs In Koine Sild lha! U overall i* 1 ettml awl vi-rtieai earth move-(thai K. ents was "about the -ame liberated •vmb."— tVJf.) %  DENVKR 11.. . W dicta i i "quit %  thiee of ti %  i pnnlut Inn. mi:; r to thi aith the i (lop) %  Corp) ration The Unlo: President. John Cuuk. and other t-fncUs expe %  d thi Konnooott to sdt the pattern lo 'aching an agri^-ement wtth th< 1 ho'p Dodge. Anaconda ane l-i ..nd rcflnliiK n|inli Meanwhile Ihe B.^l i worfcui Il sV Uth Nevud .^ %  for Ih, tn al Instructao %  %  ad %  %  tenet -'in ipan) sflei %  about 22 canta an boui rue p ni"*i *•• apj tli. Knlon'H Wage Policy Comif. ind arte offa t d tbt %  •' alion h. nraiun w M s eonalderwi formality" The Union ronsldei" U ti,. pvr-prodi %  ( in ' !< ini-'i '' '" Union The *•ADVOCATE• payt for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night ;.•,•,;'.'. •/. •--,'. -. -•, *-.', *,**',',*,'---,*, of produelli and —(U.PI Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund Huildsu.tir Club %  : Aehi 1 sador. I' 1 % %  %  I %  %  lUry Defences of San r | of the fel 0*t> • %  bearing A %  I IThe Fastest Bomber LONI*>N Bl ; %  %  %  %  %  %  delm '.H \ io in %  i %  %  V-iHanl %  %  %  %  so of the smallei ( .ol. i I %  I p Reaches S6.IMf.IW THE Advocate Jamaica %  • llaf Fund pasasd tho M^OO mark yr*tarday. tlm eighth day HIIKI it opsned Hincc Tsasday ttac Fuod had —t a $1,000 a day pace, and will no doubt k">*p It up dur aaaai iwrnuumg to day M.-.ny wall wi-hprhava not iaaarlaeel) and M I • %  now nt; forward man BACH TO DO Rig DUTY B ad a fallow feol irs d*m.ii.(|> It Cai. > • %  Bring or %  and in your dots rat thing tomorrow Either of th* City banki. oi tha OAce of thla iiewap*ptr will rsealva your donauon whliL will he cknow!idgrd in naat day'* paper u p. '.*A Ptnhvltx UMSlM aut -• "...1.. B-nl >B .MII a Mr* a.i aw >S •! ( MS n i K.W.V. SUPERIOR TABLE WINES AND SHERRY HOI ii i n HY TME a.M.l. 1 f'.l.tMf.. CAPE ionx K \\ \ I'AAICI. TAWNS Kill. Ol.l) IIIIIIHS SIIKKRV K l\' -V. 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Aotocate
ESTABLISHED 1895
MAiiHAOoS, SEPTKMKr :
IH
PRICE MX CENTS
Reds Push U. Nations
Troops Off Two Hills; ^
bTH ARM* HBAOgVABTSKB, Sept, l. rMJiin KviutrU
JVjORii than 1,00!)screaming Reiishi-iiigourpguns ^ "' 1-WWpWI IJ
pushed the United Nations unit off a Bill in the 'J'q B.^ IihIU'S
tie of the "bloody ridge" north of Yanegu this __ "
HAPPY
m
<.vmii:iiim.
AT IIAI .MORAL
centre
morning, and counter attacking United
troops had not yet captured the high ETODBd by
late Saturday afternoon.
Another Communist attack, which grew from twc
companies to two battalions west of the "bloody jj*
ridge", forced the Allies from another hill crest late
in the morning. A determined United Nations'
counter attack re took the crest before noon
Hot, sweating Allied infantrymen counted 47?
North Korean dead on the position when they Rot
back on it, including twelve officers. Casualties
were the result of air strikes which totalled 27 in
the entire section.
1 racing
Mil \<\ lliuh
New Zealand
Conservative
Party Back In
WELLINGTON. Sept 1
Prime Minister Sidney Holland
| nn

pBrtianMOtary election thai k w
him an even larger nuijoMb I
the 1949 vote which ended M
wm of socialist rule. Returni
. ...
National (Conservative) party 47
ieat*. one more than it held in
the last Parliament. Tin
Labour iwrty won 37
lred with 34 in 1949
Holland, who called lb
to get a vote of confidence tor in.
Mara ii.tiuiiitiii of tin- beuei loui
month strike by the dock amkera,
plediied that the C,
would continue it* programme
with justice for all end
...lie."
Labour laadera said thj.t tht>
would "go <.n ftgntfng until wc
^ in."
Tho asaetlao ,. gtratneb
flow in MOM districts.
None of the eight smaller
Deluding the (.
who put up (oiii Wxttdatal won n
aeal No Commui
elected to New Zealand's Parlia-
ment. f.p.
h rted .
The
.
' '
I
of* t
i


.
i ither was foggy
In l; i. -
r in tin' dav giving

i
t the i
tp at
eight flares The era.fi di
tny I tombs.
i 'ihl.'
mulUpto engn>
i'Ii
train at about 2.000 feet, aa <

that Dm
samp fi<*
CaVredw I lea d i up
For Catastrophe
It. (.I.OlKii: AllDKOI IJllAKI.s
ATHENS. Sept. 1.
Marshall Al.\
mQltarji ban and aurpi I
in the current
campaign said that he had jumpcn
mto politics because hi
Greece Is "heading low
trophe "
greek mil)
party, nc entered In the -
niiitii parllamentai
thai he would push
through tha m *
favour Uie pOOP
gained power.
. the framework ol lha
I. .
seemed hk.-lv thai the
he^iiing toward! eataattopba n
nlso is Impoastbla foi ira
(he widespread pre aura of public
ooinlon loenti ' Paaagoi
said.

1 represent-
;.* H kg I
ind warned
against tha mo

Govern
When
elas-es in Or*
present las
unjust because it r*H<
on utdli
poor.I'.f*.
Airliner Crashes:
\a Casualties
KBXICO CITY, aV ;
A MAdoii D.C 6 ..iriiner car-
ryrng 39 pasMT.g*rs from Los
Angrl- ,-indtnB
| ihp mud of Lake Tcxcoc-
today but all the passengers and
d injury.
Is ol tha Mo-
tion Company said that the fuur-
gajglned plans) **** on %i-
M,%
airport arhen thr pilot was
I read '" I >. a bells
,,, tha dry Inkebed. The cause
..i thi accident ** "ot deter-
mined immediately. Officials
said that none of the p*
and lour cm* offered
i ." if.P.)
DEATH TOLL MOUNTS
ALASKA -
The crash of a navy patrol
bomber with ten person-
bleak Aleutian Islands last
brought the number ol
dead or trussing in 10 Alaska "iir
accident, since July 21. to 8*
A search plane ham reported '"
. \ \
British

;u vallM

Urn eo*sBtfy*i doUai
p...-.

of I9SI
tha 1
idu jumped M
a
1*80. liul at the same tun.. g.
so ......
II been and South
i
Trade spoke-men
th,- a ad Caaa-
ikI (iiiltar markets
: iraa
it imj
r.,1 Bermuda lot.lied
uarj lo Jun pi
In 1930 the tnl.d value i
lo the san..

bed more,
than 50'. In iralua from
$7,000,000 la S11.5A7.-

creased in V*llM b
ia ookooo
ports to the American Virgin
I

Panama,
1 Guatemal i I
from $39,290,000 last year to
$49,443,000 during the nmt six
( IM
.l.-i
caiTiagt
I
pi t .,, BaaaaraJ Oaasla, laaUaad. ars
I nsbrlh aad Uifl Duke at Bdinblirga, with their two childi
| Bit '.ll Roysl ipprov*! I.nt haaa givrii i-> ilu- pii-imr. msdc m the .-tie ground*
i of Uie visit* Prince Oharle- la tb" ii 're .u he iu atrtds the aculptl
i- itronnds of BslssoasJ The Kins wring a stilt, arip-- the handle ol Fflneasa SSS
E ..Wtli r gMks Prl : i tile Queen jdinira th. I | |
I'm IN mi: K'turnff
To Germaiiv
By HAKOLD MILAIIN
HCIDLLBEKG, Gon
(vrouiyko In
San Francisco
For Showdown With U.S.
B> DONALD .1. QONZ U I 1
BAM I- BAN) Isc O, Bapt
uyko ar-
uve-, ior tha showdown I n
the Vnlted St.it-
aaty.
Qromytta and hh
snara \p b
i

itj agabun
new aggression In the P
' i' in
BagA 1. itlon wasted
. u rtHurra I I ulwarii
It called

mar -e,. 'I' I
ordarad I I '-' Ath'" "'
Idtng lire-
l.. I ,
|
I
RELATIONS BET\\ EEN
KUSSIA AJND RED
CHINA BECOMING COLD
\U \\. h. RVIIKK
LONDON, Sept I
A m tfet sbli coollftg ol MaMla b* tw and rtugfii is clglmad here, nod is attributed to M
.
Pekli bsarvt said (hat this view ha
found official confirmation n an article on the Soviet
lationg publi>hed w the Moscow rravsla of
26, ilu l,ii' -! ! ie uf tli-- newapapcr to reach Lon-
don
title, i Ufa
;. iip H'.i.
ag bloa to the lies j
i.. i
of till
(i.ndly help ext. nde,(
nude .
; all ih

-si i,,ri<, gtvao to China bj j
Raggd .
Hut it failed tO Bay
limit how Russi.t wan i
ut the obligations she assumed
under the Sovfat-Chlnasa T -.*( v
i Muciiw on rabruaj
I4th, 1930.
M\a PflTOO DeelilltM
Noiniiiutit>iL To
\ it'f-Prt'sitlt'iH'x
Iran Oil (^nnpany
(itls C^iialitMige
By K. C. "HALE It
LONDON, aqn.'
J^UWAIT, tlie null .i.....u ..i. ou the Persian
(lull, boosted its oil output to new unprecedeiu
ed records which may ov< 1 t.iki Iran s oil supremacy
in the Middle East. The Anglo American owned
Kuwait Oil Company announced that it had stepped
up production to the record yearly rate of 32,000,000
tons nearly twice lasl year's leveL
Kuwait's boost, IntmtJ I 'il since the An^lo Iranian
oil crisis, is expected lo narrow considerably the
gap caused by the stoppage of oil from Iran.
K. Germans hspoac
Tax. On later-Zonal
Slii|iiii ned it" bei ua
.'!"!' "I [I
."ill 1.1 .
Uonal am. Th
hfern ai loortttas
1 1 I i w e d lo
I
duel. Since I in lias bee:!
I
-t I'
... ...


,; .
ban* lo the
I


fi .>n th

r
r.r.
U.S., Australia, New
Zealand Form Pael
1 \HY. CALIFORNIA. Sept, I
Achcson on Bat tiled the
Treaty by the Unii
/ tland niriitf of Un Hlnteti e efl
on with which the Free Peopli of th* three
slant nuard ft
loui 'itKiril, with \)u- Itagji of il
counti thaw pitUed t.p at the &
Club. The Sixth Auny band played the national ant
German
Trade Aims
In Argentina
SlMi.MHMMM On Creilit
ul1 II
I.ONIX)N. S-pl I
Paaaaatal Ttmea. analy*
that she
ar Dra-WBf mnrkils
One of th .'igreements, eon-
Bdad -it 'hit time, ttipulated
that tha s, vk i uovt run* nl Gov
would extend to ComttHU
ChbU CredH equivalent 1
S300.000.0O0 (I
('ii electric powi
,. .! and
plant sftlnbiig maa I
and "ther transport equipment t..
i- gjn ihr repear*
nit ol the pi .
ill 1954 in raw m h I
. and Un.ted s

it sato "Argant
t *' U-l It c,. i -
rfianv plai
i B/erj ptaaaaawac era Hm
n alnt) in tha laet that
il* ulataani <>i v..
intent, Britain stUMlU

i*ii bv the
. .
I
in I i tiiv A
F to J
q u i Red 'i

1
Yew Zealand, and the Unite
FnveVe art* :.
the numbti of examplai
i | ,
S.ivu-t axperta of all ktnda noi
i
I
ml .it th. BOe or man-
ion the P;ict ilwlf As U
afgya gives great i i
.. fgjrangrirnai I r i
inerv 01 equl| 1

-." in 1 a, the tml)
" i-' 1 .....a
' si
u
I da (hath Bjejai
Praeaa .inuui
:
China. "After .1 13 a nli
tion of railway comrnunkal m
i- tone ii nkoa .it.:i
Hani 1 1 1

contribution o( Soviet
greatly helped the rel.
of Ihe t'hme-e rattwi
I'ravda did i
about RuaaaVi ha 1
sse rails

(<

Quotini .

I 1 in-ill foi
iiiiii pub 1

ilu
, 1
i*. the "niy obstacle In th
merit of a high level of tr,
.
nnid iik*- to see
'

I
radt 'r.i'-i
M Central lial>
Ml Ks<
il 1. an no1 Uie
I
'letoi>

igcrt.
of
1 1


uld nn

. .
another U

.11,1,11 ii..
I ...
the i"> ror foi
itlul ten .
a KbdrawaL
1
iun ( in conunent In the
ul pollth ..i
uii'ii-d that it repn
m i)ui setbaw k foi (.run
ibajo "i viiitu
UUca.
Union plaatered tin- 1
~.ih poeteri 01 the uteneiiu 1
.1 Uckct Howevi .
by Hit
../. 1 '. 1 .1 .1 It U.ll II l-V > I
. sod Unshed tnamaalvi
o eicprew-iiiK pralaa foi I

ipei lot Peronl
id bj rear tdmlral Alberto


Mati
. I'm 1
-IT.
BfJRUK Bapt 1

ie Alln.
1
cupaUon .





l ..
-..1 neavj trucks
1
bul drivet

.ii- led c.i
1

1
1 i-
\ (rleauo I .nijili'Mi
Shakes Fast Ja\a

ilng
output
a ted

age ah


Th-


at da peak periods.
I'll"- s< -\ ii

still hlgnei
produe-
: 1
it renniiiK I
41 nil the nhnrt.ige of shlpplni
1 Krovvun'
.i.d'ppndrntifrom Iran
1.id linked
i

not*

With '..,

ng oil centres of tha
-
npanj 1 nwned In equal
Unerlean Qulf "ii
.. ,
1 . 1
. .
iuler of
Kuweit, the si.cik Abdullah Balun
d, at least
1.11 1., t<< tin rievelopnw nt of Mi
11 11. pectaculan

ha follow nn
in 11M6 wra i< 1 il produ I
the level

1
.-Mm Januen ind Julj ^i Ihe
reached
i3.6S7.ooo lam if th.-

1 production will short-
1 a tons Tim area
Iran before tha
onlUd with Britain r.n.ilyaed Its
* ... 1.- nontb
SOURABAY/ 1. I ,
1 i. wa thorougl
udder, ml '
hk h *ei
01 rounding ai


ii'.

1 in iitji
of I
.1, I ..I

I
Ml ..11 the vole.....
..ul of us drilled
.hi area of *ome
i
1 n ii ytetd of Ilu oil 11.! 1
. ...-I'' ,. |l
'
. I I
B 1.nn quara mill
, 1 n
1 r.r
11 j k 111 Copp6r
W tn-kers To Hi-lurii
On 1 in 11.iv
111 n......ling

aln



1 pi
ROME
and
IVi r
victory
I
tfged the Item li-
ning of a Paeiii, 1
4 'i Atlantic
0 "'ountrlea
...
haglenlna a
I
eventually will inrludv


New Ties


TO-PAVS WEATHER
CHART
ionnw r. 50 p a
Still "ft Ii '* p Bl
Moon Fu-t Quarter. B-pWm
btr B.
Ughtlns Up 7 00 p
High Tide: 4 13 iu ud igg
P m
Low Tide 10'j a.m. and in M
p D


tv.und to

eo
I


. .
week wit
1
"common the threo
English apeakinr
i
The Pael bind- the Ihn
i*i
.-
N abron I
i|
|U8t before affixing hi-
nlgnsture to tht Treatv i
the l*liel that the Part mark.
r building of the
ramparts of fre-dom in the k. I
...


B miners -,,y that lhe>
'
making use ol Soviet product!*
mt'hods" rrsvda
g.iin eel ibout t;.-
Soviet
pie. given bj
Pi itaah ol a Ipea bon Bovk I do
Rght the i
the plague in at.
kSMSi The "herOii
of the Soviet no
but .''i.
U Pravda doe- | |
medical equipment i
!
r.r.
lused thiMuantL--
.-. In
i b, fall-
tha have
iN.i-1. rep>
entei

'. he Nation.d loatltuu of
cs In Koine Sild lha! U
overall i*1
ettml awl vi-rtieai earth move-(thai K.
ents was "about the -ame
liberated
vmb."tVJf.)

DENVKR
11..
. W
dicta i i "quit
thiee of ti i pnnlut
. Inn. mi:; r to thi
aith the i
(lop) ' Corp) ration The Unlo:
President. John Cuuk. and other
t-fncUs expe d thi Konnooott
to sdt the pattern lo
'aching an agri^-ement wtth th<
1 ho'p Dodge. Anaconda ane
l- -i ..nd rcflnliiK
n|inli
Meanwhile Ihe B.^l i worfcui
.
Il sV Uth Nevud
. .^ for Ih,
tn al Instructao


ad
'
tenet -'in.......ipan)
sflei
about 22 canta an boui
rue p ni"*i * apj
tli. Knlon'H Wage Policy Com-
if. ind arte offa t d tbt '
. alion h.
nraiun wMs eonalderwi
formality" The Union ronsldei"
U ti,.
pvr-prodi

( in '
'
' !< ini-'i '' '" '
Union
The *ADVOCATE,
payt for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
;.,,;'.'. /. --,'. -. -- , *- -.', *,**',',*,'- ---,*,
of produelli
and
(U.PI
Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund
Huildsu.tir Club

:
Aehi
1
sador. I'1
'

I


lUry Defences of
. San r
|
of the fel 0*t>

bearing A


I I-
The Fastest Bomber
LONI*>N Bl ; '

.

delm '.h \ io in
i

V-iHanl

so of the smallei
( .ol. i
I

I p
Reaches S6.IMf.IW
THE Advocate Jamaica
llaf Fund pasasd tho M^OO
mark yr*tarday. tlm eighth
day hiiki it opsned
Hincc Tsasday ttac Fuod had
t a $1,000 a day pace, and
will no doubt k">*p It up dur
aaaai iwrnuumg to day
M.-.ny wall wi-hpr- hava not
iaaarlaeel) and m I

now nt;
forward
man bach
TO DO Rig DUTY
B ad a fallow feol
irs d*m.ii.(|> It Cai. >

Bring or and in your dots
' rat thing tomorrow
Either of th* City banki. oi
tha OAce of thla iiewap*ptr
will rsealva your donauon
whliL will he cknow!idgrd
in naat day'* paper
u p.
'.*A "
Ptnhvltx
'
UMSlM aut -

"...1.. B-nl >B
.mii a Mr*





a.i aw >S ! ( MS
n i



K.W.V.
SUPERIOR
TABLE WINES
AND
SHERRY
HOI ii i n HY TME a.M.l. 1
f'.l.tMf.. CAPE ionx
K \\ \ I'AAICI. TAWNS
Kill. Ol.l) IIIIIIHS SIIKKRV
K l\' -V. OLD ni.niiiiso SIIIKKV
K.W.V. IWSBS VKKMOITII
K.W.V. DBS \ii:m>ITII
\iul ill,- vtr) r..pillar
'I Mill W1NI iSiiiU-rnr T\|l
K.W.1 WEMMI B8HOBKN 2
ii us H.n.r.iis uiHial
.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..'--'-'--'--'-'-'-'^'-'-''-''-'''-'


r
PACE TWO
M \l>\\ \ln
51 HDAV, M III MII1J. .'. Il
uili
LMERGENCY
WEDDING
EMPIRE
NOW SHOWINC
4.45 & 8.30 Daily
FOLLOW
SUM
SPENCER TRACY *
JCAK KNNtTT I
U>ABFTH TAYLOR
'i"ath~ifilittle A
Dividend'
11//./. IK/"
can Alii am 'Whisky
M

semi-
visit.
#iA*o Callmq
Will be Represented
THE Wet* Indies will b# repre-
sented jt the Conference of
C'ommonwM*lth Minister* i n
London dealing wiHl problems of
..ijdu.-'uiwi
VflM Indian DtifMHOB
will be led by Hun Albert Qom*
Her First Lipstick
LATMST
DON IAUO* SIU4 SUtJCI
'------------------fftt*--------------1-----
sinners
iiv\M mm
^1 II K II IMI \
I
m^:i
IIOHKHT IIHMI. IIMIIMI_Ao.nl>.
\IARTIN
UMIu.n. I1ENIIIX: Hotgf I AHMICIIAEI.. Slanl.y CLKMKNTS
>.'^,'.-.'.'.*.'.'.'--.'.'.'. *-'.'-'-'--.-.-''
MM MREI
'
at
llOl.n*N. KIM Mil I II
SATURDAY. 15th Seal
begin-
DANCE OltCHl
bi n
Tlrfcls I Cl
Special Programme
l
ootl Ke-
i Trinidad with Mr fUalever S4
.., BrlUah Guiaiu and Hon. D. W
gangster of Jamaica and Hon.
Ml John Saint of Barbados n-
-ill sing "Ang. members.
i n the event ol Mr, Raabjevir
j.cnti.panied by beuig unable lo attend hla pi*"1
s- *ili be taken by Hon. O. D.
I M BrW m I I BI Vincent.
Barbados' Bonniest
\ t usual at W time of the
mother* are busy col-
Jiuujing tnrii.eerinf rry ^ tha, u^ , ,u>.
*r.. STXNLEY ('ARHINGTON
.*!
Wmdwr" St
lay by T.t A after


their babies for the annual Bon-
1 -
,.. the makers "f this baby faod
I- kj eompatttk has undoubtedly
,d .. -mxl effect on the health
M
... wmimr h itd'a-* with sm*" rht]it"
. .,.,.,.. s-nncthini:
: ra US BBS.
g'11 J ,, .ill b.' glad to heir that the
lo Join Husband of ludgas foi t-io com.
RS. ERNEST BEA1 I UUon has already been
Mr. JACK EGAN
in the refurned yesterday from
lo be *V "i Enflland. Ireland a
fJWSIISHJWl
14-
bei ltd nvtons. her I

i> jm higii wMtn rtew to
Hi her
from Hollywood.
M.ii-ii: WSStJ green and
dress, carried Two straw
bask'-' latest thing
in the Ui I she

never gives me any
. g -vs Margaret's molaer.
< eood girl.'"
nag 'i ask
mother, and ihe let* me have
some." says Margaret.
'. on?
W sum."
And MarsjafePi eye- open

ttsn
Creole Petroleum Corp.
Loaf Leave
M'r
AND MKS. (.'LAUD I)
SIMS and their two son>
John and David arrived from
vrstcrdat
by BW.IA. Here for ten days
AFTER six months' rwUday In mrnat -.*"> -i ihe Paradi"
England. Ireland and the Beach Club.
m*Ut of the follow- Continent. Mr. Jack O'Dowd ., _
Doctori A. I. Stuart, Basil Egan orar of the Director* of Mr- s,m* u uperviaor 'th
-----.- _._.------ -poration
Gihw.
( \l,
hfl Un nnlil

i Hlice of
W
Irinidad ArrivaJs
MR. D1AMUID UORDUN
W i (
AND Till ItSI.AV. 4.3a AND H.1% PM
-.vvi LMi Nancj <:r\\ p
\
. In .
BLACK MAGIC"
And
BLACK BOOK"
with .
Robert cummincs AArw daiii.
9W ! rielurrs that will pin you lo >our Milt'.

ttota mnidad
\
lay in Jtarbadus. Ar-
ama phng was Mr.
J Ooodll r.ienaila. Trinidad
; rb tan i I arorlt with tawn, Krltlsh Gular
t, Iwenty-eight-days
\ n Warrant St Muh-el. __^ _,
;. A frtni- UERE f,'r t*cnty-eighi days1
ff Mr. Arthur Ond- ** holMy, are Mr. and Mrs.
;( l..n N Umwn and thnir two ehU-
O \cyins at in Rosalynd and Mary Th'
v,'.'/AW//AV''/.v//'''''% raAurnlng b
Of two am
to Canadii
DAKCE
gsara ratal ac
!.--. H I

Ma s:i
Haiuld JohnV.n, II L Messrs. Wm. Pogarty (B'doa.) Creole Petrotoum
Ha Dl A. S. Cato Ud.. rtlumed u Cartpito.
m thi .ommtttee Trinidad hy B.W.I.A. Mrs Fgan
<; OsQran, Igrs. OUa will be returning Mai ml Barbados Holiday
md Mrs. J. A. month by ship.
,ti Ptetursa of the young \/fT?;s BERTHA HOWLETT nn I
rrj forms and lids can With Cable and Wireless -Ira m ,s QaIssm a Smith ar-
Mle he vnl Into J B mart. AND MRS. BDWARO rtvad from Gwrn-trnvn. >i
Leslie k Co.. Ud.. the local jy COZIER and tlu-ir lift'ii- Tnnidad yesterday by B W.l.A. lo
month old son John arrived from *pend two weeks* holiday in Bar-
I .ufta Nel.nn Tn.me.rrnw Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A batlns slaying with Mr. and Mrs.
JfLy ,?L? T ?? .ii ,( s^na ,hree wceka' holiday in II ll Hart
1'UE (. N S. Lad? Nelson will b,,..^,^ .ujing with Mr. and H..sl,ngs.
J .arrive in Barbados tomorrow Mrs. Neddie Alkinson of Burke;
at daybreak, and will sail the ju-ach". Bay Street.
tm evening for St. Vincent, Edward is with Cable and
and George- Wireless' Branch In Port-of-
Spain and this is his first visit t
Barbados in four years.
"Thr Pavilion".
With B.W.I.A.
Ml
For Brother's Wedding
MISS SHfULA TRYHANE.
daughter ot
ham- of Iriston". Golf Club Koad
I.UIZ RODRIGUEZ who i%
ith B.W.I. Airways flew in
from Tri' with hi
five-year-ol.i daughter Judith. He
expects to he here for one week
- I
PI w *.
BTOWN
DIAL 7310
1 U-r. !.-
, Mdlini A
IN
LULLABY OF BROADWAY
FKUIAV 1INLV 4J AND IIS TM.
"HOME
OF TIIK
And
DKVII.'S PLAYfiMOI'Ml"
OI.Y.MIMI
i \si hui nowfl t<-i>ai
lit IIS P.M
tux DeaMa
Gr.i i PICK
MAHK
. . in . .
VKI.I.OW SKV"
Aad
MANHATTAN
MKI.OUKAMA"
Slurri".;
I \lt!.K
Mi,, \)>\
PLAZA
ill-UN
iii .i MM
OPERATION PACIFIC
TU-MOKROH \MI 11 I HIIA1
4.30 A 1.11 IVM.
, AVI,, ill
Una Tl'BNEi:
. . in . .
uiiinnv EAOEB"
And
CJIAINE
T'INKY
MTEDNI HM1 ,\ nil'RSDAY.
4.3. A UI I'M
Claraa gable
Spaaoar TRACY
. . in .
"BOOMTOWN"
H>R MS AMD MY CAI.-'
. . with . .
(.. na KELLY
Judy GARLAND
HOYAL
\si nra nowi ki-ii.w
1.30 St 8.15 I'M
Fax Double
Rlohard widmakk
Paul Dorci.As
'PANIC IN TIIK STRKKTS"
I'OK MB AND MY GAL" ts;
Starring :
Gene KELLY
Mynw LOY
TO-MURKOU AND Tt ISDAV.
4.30 & 1.15 I'M.
Rrpuhlle Ih.ubh-

-u\ki
iiiM.in SSOM4J
i .
GAIETY
THE GARDEN ST. JAME-
I I.AV K "
MATIN: TOHAT :> v <
TWO GUYS FROM MILA'AIIHII
SOUTH OF ST LOUIS
('.LOBE
>M1I i 1.1'l.orK
and
( Time Magazine says,
inr
Incidental Intelligence
J. e
_L 1.8.
AfVATK M II MMMA Mambe.
SO DEAR TO MY HEART"
iOnry)
EHE'S only one tning mora
wan among the passenger* arrlv- left yesterday by T.C.A. She ex- X embarrassing to a girl than
mg from Trinidad yesterday morn- peels to be away for about two rr blushing when she shouldn't, and
g by U.W I.A. and are gue-i at three months. Is not Muslim., wlaM tk*
Ch,., .c.iion for her visit Is b ll *ud MeiropoHlaii Opera
attend her brother Gerald's -. stapri Gertrd Kibla.
dbf,
Miss Wendy Inniss. dntighter ol
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrance Ini
Miss Diana Kinch. daughter of Mi
',l' f and Mrs. Stanley Kmrh left by the
Barbados sam(. j^,
Arrhdeacon Alfred Wen(Jy who M on long leave
Shankland has resigned owing ti (rom ^rctey Rank will spen"
c*. -ui-. i __,~ about two months in Canada and
in turn Vlear of St. Dsvld's. Trinidad.
la of st. Michael', cathedral. Matron Leave.
the Hotel Royal.
Mr Brown Is with U.F.O-T
l'..int Fort In.
After 41 Years
AFTER 41 years
Ihe Diocese of
, FTER three years at Codrlng-
Chnst Cnur*h and
Rector of St Michael and
Of the Catahedral. From
' Kfr^rjScT1 DurSg Mri. Nora" Taytor left Barb**
I A raan he ... a Canon 'csterday by T.C A '"'Canada
Cathedral, and acted as ' "k? UP *n _"PS0,nlJn*nl. ul.r
. untlilnalt." I '
BUHL IV, HBUl.
LUNA fATTaBN. i>
hi rmnia-o* niNAvr
THE SREAT CARUSO
iwiM-G-Uc*n.TECHNIC0L0R
ll"X l!r. I lli.-i. .,1 I,..in.
shim mux In- n|,|dr todB, It a.m
to Noon
Pit I -. Hnu.p 4Kr Raltony 72.'.
R.ixP. *1 0
Wild Hill ELLIOTT
Oaw HAYES
. in . .
TUCSON BAIDERs"
Aad
Roi ROOD -
Data evans
. . in . .
"YKI.I.OW ROSK
<)F TEXAS"

HI11MSIIAV A Till RSIIW.
4.30 A KU Mf.
A.i.ll MARA
Robarl AliMSTPONG
. . In . .
EXPOSKK'
"SI.II'I'Y NcOaV
UVITOBV IIASINS
Whu. Pi
I K.lll %ltM
TOII FT sums
i id Pll
tit.-" l.,i*i ii"," ' l"
u.,. I.., i ,
li.rs
I'mk "
traroOCaU aBCOCUi -i>n. upe
THE IfAIIHAI'O** I O-OPF.ItATl\ i:
KIIIIIV FArTOIIV 1.1II.
Barbados Dramatic
Club

SEE
HOW
THEY
RUN"
A Hilarious Comedy
19th, 20th, 21-1 Septem-
ber, s :n p.m.
MATINEE:
Kridav 21*t Srp'rmber
3 p.m.
c.
a l
Tlie Archdeacon is now lying
Ward rf ihe General Hospitai.
IrtS^Z " H.r,.l LOtm CMW
3 Yeara3 Wf eki
Toronto.
MIR3 RUTH SEALE cm In
on the T.C.A. plane (rom
Montreal yesterdny morning
After three years in Canada she
haa rome down to spend three
.' eeks in Barbados.
Other arrivals by T.C.A. were
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Archer,
Scholar or 1948 has Just Miss Mary Corbin. Miss Nancy
results ol his B.A. in Emtage. Miss A. Skinner. Mr I
gained third class hon- Friedman and Mr. Grimn.
Study Law
LBAVLMG by the Colambl*
todav to read law In Englan s \M John Husbands, son of Mr.
UK) Mrs. Herbert Husbands of
Weslbury Road. John who wat
llalh.i.lii
CROSSWORD
r i* i_i
1
1 La \
yi 4

L

tt t

Four Airlines
aarass
I, Such Isiis ars iiid t. LU Hal'.I I- UIK.ta.bjf>. I)
bave cmei. 141
l Itaai.J attuut 11 ActO-. (S)
l>> Breali 111 contlnuitr. I6i
l. Cowboy or gUlds f tl>
3M. Snlionsi emblem 'n reTerte. ii
'P. 131
15. Bird urealv; limn
IB, V'-.'..'duyS are tie in-*-, (fl
I.,,,,.,
1. File boser doe* nm iniitM Mill-
flieu with It. iSi
J BraiD-wse' iMi
:i. Do'.mHU nrriy ptoUUiM It 131
.1 A drciee of sorts. (Si
. Tti* chuime Of rulf. i4l
7. Osllini you snerp u>
W. Adapt ttom thr1 ouinitrr. I'll
His brother Austin Is a solicit-
or's clerk, articled to the firm of
G I. W. Clarke and Co. -TOUR airlines operated through i l(). a,,^ & r-im. in
r Seawell yeslcrda>. T.C.A. and H
Returning To-day I.W.IA. operated their scheduled
fltghts while B.C. Airways and
CHAKLIF. PETERK1N. son ol K.L.M. came In on chnrtered
|gf. Arthur C. Peterkin of ,,ight>.
due back today from
me coieasMe'* ten-day Caribbean To Preach at CirUiedral
Cruise, has Just qualified as a
land surveyor. Also due back \7ENEHABLE Archdea
V Maxwell of St. Vincent
iruD* (ll
Ml (I)
Ii CoiwumiM.. iSi
17. Lettor (or porting
18. The man >
. i ll .-. 11.
Sfl \ wrfk-wnl -ir-Ptcn 131
21 ----- but *ure. i4>
22 Oo on Dr. before vtetorf day. (4<
"-i"*- "'in ;iu(j-< %sr**1
BraStS
!. '."

today from the Cruise
brother and slster-ln-ls
Mrs. Rob Peterkin.
M:
and preach at th.
the Cathedi
will I
:lock service st I
il this evening.
Ti-f-
]...
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RAYON SPUNS (all Shndps)
I _ir > S .90
COTTON LINENE ....... M" '"
....For School Uniform
IRAYON SATINS................-36" IS
DIAPER CLOTH
_S4" (S .70
|CREPE .................
CHECK VOILE
-.-!
1.04
36" ( 1.15
DIAPERS ................................... <* .51
CIII1.DRFNS VESTS All Stan @ .45
.Starrtno
Dniiald BARRY
Turn BROWN
O,., ,,,,,,, I ridufi at E3MPMBE
MGKMiSI
mm\t,m mi
m 'E mm
.'U SCRtN "iiVIO
-,- -~7. mm m
mm mm
RAIN
BRINGS --
RHEUMATie PAINS
COLDS I Ll
QincjaY a i:ffectivfj,\
DISPELS THEM
ll. EVANS A Will 11 II I US
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
On Any ...
-ROLEX"
WATCH
YOUR SHOE STORES
MAKE YOUR
Booghl
GET
'ASPRO'
NOW
BOXES -if
STRIPS -if 5
/-
(-.
between to-day's dale
and September MKh 1Q.>1
ONLY AT
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
BOLTON LANE
Sole Representatives.
HOME
ATTRACTIVE
DIAL 4220
MORE I
WITH :
CONGOLEUM
We ran supply you with Ihe foUiming M7e<. :
QVABBI :3 yds. x 2 yds.
3 yds. a 2>. yds.
3 yds. x 3 yds.
3 yds. S t)t yds.
3 yds. x 4 yds.
BY THf: YARD : 9 feet wide
6 feet wide
3 ft wide
3 24 Inrhf* wide
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES
Psy t's a Visit TO-DAY. aad nee Our large rsnie nf
ATTRACTIVE I1ESICNS ON DISPLAY
111 BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD.
V,-,*,*------*-*-*-',---.',-
.s.:*.::%;'s.:'.%'.:;;%','s. .^^^-^.tsssj
'Till HOI M MIK IIA it O VIs.-'
Corner of Swan & Lucas Streets
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>l Mi \\ .] II I Vllil i: J i |-,l
M M>\\ Al>\< Ul.
PACK TIIRIIE
FARM AND
GARDEN
EWING CIRCLE
*> AGKICOLA
IMH IN ( OR\ ||
IN LAST waea ^ .
ON '.,.- :,.. ::...
cuntnbuUoii of
to the worl l's product!
or Indian
purUnc. I ... MexiAv
-.Dd other South Amm-
.
nd Southern I
America account* for approxi-
mately (0 per cent r.f world pro-
duction, but AiaypUoa 1.1 rated as
the Urges! expoi
believed to mv

mai/e have for km* been a subject
afcontrovi
troun of wild related graasais
and the evolution of *.:
diffleull to 11-construct.
Severities
niic nf I)
types a.i .i plant
with macaj mall ear.
branches and, I.
appear fr.
ing th.it k. id .f habl
almost from 11m
:..i. .. .
nlng of the Chn tl I
bill found corn being i UltlvaV. l
in UK While '
I
M
|

plant furnished food foi I
and beael end wai re*
table for new!
Thire an
Upes and we need onb
briefly Fed com- each kernel
encloeed in a husk u
turnill fop corn
ears small kerne!
liable COl]
quality; /
11
with few '

ing season; su'i or ftou
type mu. poseess-
ing no horny
nnklrd nH trans-
lucent wh-
at the
BTJ adaptable to
I import the
canned art m iMaS.pi
tag '.
the eap of the
. 0
the iuink-
ing of the starch on dijm* th>
moa*. important commercial ton
suited to
' ma; both
while and v.ilow varieties exist.
>' ha. been made to the
parti 'Mth inadequate
matter of seed

: and Caned...
eg hern made in
if hi ivy -lelil-
'ne use of what is
BraV Thbl
1>
the work of plant breeders who.
working on a vast number of
t>pes, hav. iei whll h.
'1..H ;-
IteiT.iint! th-.M I .unol !> nor-
>h1*. This
i Lopmenl has n
I .. jnd has stimu-
. the business of
large scale production of seed

fnti |g imperative
as Iba power if bo uses his own
. v.iii Bad
q of typee
I ihihIucciI

.
i :>- year,
lin tlu> davelopnaant tia.s added
1 10 the value of '
i *
innot look
i i ment un-
less and until a central breading

Sift. .
.. :itlfic ex-
ploration, as : ' '
of food crops suitable to con-
ditions in the radon. Wa must

d often un-
. b anaagga thai it m.
it- 1'iwt NOLAW \M nn
Mt'ROKAVC
4 iff HI Bfn (ir i\ koiiui.
BS i with the
bodice in their man>
rav* neet.me increasingly popular
easier to fit and to sew
thun set in sleevt and if Weil
ii are more comfortable
la "ear These tleeves have bawn
in ready-made
clothes f. -
The original of this type was
The kimono sleeve. Th;

sides Ix'Iiav the ell
a bit Thl

,r*i make

At the
.tv uMei



..... ti
-





.
thi- Una i
shoulder Una
length fi>
must be I
lj you will
i ark aaain loofl
snouluer
B tap.
This Is


A lii-iii L to these
1
ban If W
down '< I
sure to I-1 back Into
it will ham bt -
ting tin' -l
i thg hi n '.nil
\l:\\ FROM
CANADA
PRETTY
LADIES
DRESSES
Slop Getting Up
nlQnlS Younger
s5rBr4Jsa,KV:..
I :,,J. H.
!< mi mi
HMMIH |W>a m.uta.. I" T Kouti '>
SiFuSSE '3CS.^""!!- TBS
Ka nHti>*> . Ma "
:. .d la arl > rl '
I I
UnPjaat icvna, is merely a rec-
tangle o; clou toadad in half on
the lent th and in half again on
vMth the neck GUI out
Gardening llinls For Amateurs
The (.urden in Sepleinhrr
t
ti
Oeptcmbar beaUai I
weeding and ntoa
kth .ii;
look aroui
prove aha
i

the year I path is
i
.
.
Uly-pooV A Uly-pOol in a k;ii-
rteo la on. ..r
things which oi i
gives no troulil* in up-ke< p. I id
h
rool oho'i' .i 1 -
ciuiet beauty, that aeon

garden.
. .
. .,
been detenlwd twice .
i: rill not do
to rei*ent it again.
As regiird path
gao
M
gaggd-fri ''> evei -
laating. I nd II
:
colour I
.
GaYoWtng Ornniiuuls
Septemler i a good time too
.. .i,.,| not
Of the
..: il lovely,
.i d*l| too,
poaall \eido this

i i - not to tin ii
ii intn ii kind of cOm-
.-.tone pots. Bird-baths
and gnomes which doroinate th'
1 the eye to tl e
No, gaWoan ornaments

j -i : .
. but, in cauee
ii. the gaiden sivms to cull for
amulets a llhoul
It.
I . garilen
ii- laid out In

Uird-balli or Sun-dial would
break the monotony and would

loo in relieved when an
ii
.
I
t ahe pool
.,1 o \.-i>
I
i .
doorwan or at the heed
n pa'.hs. or to (ill a
.ii 'ins a aanaa "f
Id be rnaliuadnod,
n ovai -
ii-e avold-
i
I .ii ili ii Belli lies
Nj garden is qutto coiiipleu-
wit tout a g.u-dvn bench, and. in
a large garden tisere may be
n> mi for man iban one Tbo
p'aring of tnew barwhaa should
rot be a haphazard affair but
hould be CftO thought out and
the .beneh placed to -
A spot that commands the best
view elttaM daatant " iii
den Is a gnni eholcai n > bal
tered comer whom II
knit oi chat in comfort,
also helps to make the garden
tran p'.i ' ai I place.
There are a*Vi
(furil'-ri hrnrh to chooar from.
and here again suitability ahould
bo con Idered PW wbiara In the
mall simple eg
lirh would look attmi
kind of bench would be
i.f place) m the larger aicl mom
formal gaTTJan Htm a carved-
stone oi a concrete bench would
be most suitable. This kind of
bench should be placed on a eon-
i rate <>r paved four/latton or plat-
form and if flanfead l>y large
ornamental pots il can I
spot In tl"' Harden.
Another kind of garden Ik-ikIi
wench looks well aim
Wham is the solid White pomud
wooden bench wilh siattnl back
If this kino
is given a couple of good coats
of peial .
lust almost indefinite^'.

.
I
seams sh
under.ii n

h..W f-.l .
"
machine i

not Ion
.
SI I
bt "
a} rot
PAIN CAN BE
CONQUERED!
iauafij(7 lwekomtd bi Oocion' Ortr I J.OCO dcKton a
l^-----------5/ in Gran Briuin alon* ui : at lh r BaTgaraM
t------------S^u ftaan Mienofltally
(naOKinei (Ptiaaatavm. Calaixa *ne Aiatykalicr'ic Acd* to that ha
*or madKlnet io|ha HI a|SalgggiOsa> That U -"/ Anaca '
i*ti aa" an* "d 'to'e jour wnt c* > being.
' Ovtr i:. ! faven.
cotda. haaeacha*. loothacK*. rtiaumatum. naurilfii th* woaeenV
"ew ipacMc bnngi row amuing!)' quxk rthaf from ill of iham '
Fa1AC(i7co,ul"k Too can buy k m t-o-ubia*
L--------Vaavalaaa anouih io brlnf quKk rtllef
h-om a soul of pain Or in a handy 10-ub4et
boa Or in a SO-iaWai botllt (for
home uia)
ARM YOURSELF
AGAINST PAIH
BET -AKACIIf TODATI
aagagajBjaaagui
HANDBAGS
OF
DISTINCTION
In lather .niri 1 .til stm
IM I \\ liiu .in,! >|| uiher
Ahadi -
NEW
LADIES HATS
\hv\ UtMi'l Mix
11
"A \"l
. IrOH will DOt --
from u comedy oi Inal n
.,. Kiiuity, as a f*>mignar.
Foreign aetresaes may onlj ptaj
on the AgMTW
van months for ii
.,( their
Thia Caila Prea>*
FOOD sin mo r: old I pUil ..
in coinmerei .1 *

are no v.
helps to hung aVlWI
A l.lllle Ki'l.i\.ti(.ll
I IM I I | Done Dl
pictures i tn III
to tl.
Japanese paw
San Francisco next mOI I
i
Theatie at the iis|k>niI of th.
[IJ Q ..inineiit Two picluie
will pinkihly DOt DO shown -
a of the
Brave." Tl

U
,-*
i h< Lataal Btylaa la
i av< iv Ni m i .i.m.
-ir |g| gag I i-ll .
FOI I VI IIVIIIIM. IIIVI
!- M W IN I.MHI s vw w
Tle j^rfrri fuusli tn ilir perfexi make-up Lip*tick by YvdeWgt
('.!. .in i' I .\\ ing and beguiliog, taiiu-lik* tnuili
and MiKMiilirii tekture iuiaginable. All this plug a/irm -alve
\>ill nrvrt Bjaggdaaj ,w imrai (aaaaaaaWaasaVB>akaa>aaBaBaeee).
da F.,iin.Uboa Crrani Luguid kounJiUun afcgjadi Ununlasuon < j'liu Make-up Bai
< ..... M .. OsBf|j|gtJaj Powdar Kauge Mairaxa Eye Shadow
V A R D I. I. V
d a r a a t
L O D O I
SOTIRED.HERVCUS
several days before from
>^ FEMALE
WEAKNESS?
Read the ADVANTAGES
t of TahinK This M'jditino
^ Made Especially for
Girls and Women!
In this modern w
tag? Bo If fem;.
you sutler painful
tired aj

b
..
aynipUims.
1 ' -:.., C
: doer Moa* than
'y femgde j: 1 ri
'>f this nature 1
It works through n on
tag thLs aoOthiT
fortlng
Andherc'athegrea' .
In taking PI:
he/j)%

UATJCm Or you man io *nn
ffviC. purse
> THE EXCITING NEWS IN
im&&.%&
TMe WOMAN'S HtfttB ^1
VECETXBIE
FABRICS is HIGH hshion
"TEX-WADE'pRMTS!
Old Colony, QlMwood, Vletorii, Beverly nd Su-
nna . , Lreath-laking pattern, and exciting
Mtoan... arc only a few of "Tex-made" prinu now
aMB| ouutanding piece good, Imys to the smartly
draaad women of today. "Tex-madc" print, are tub-
I'M awl 8un-fa.t... cool, comfortably light and long
wearing. Sew your own from "Tex-made" prim.
rou will get that pri.elea, du.linc.ion of a Tex-
niade" fabric dresa . j a 8marl combinalion of
high fashion and low price.
Remember the name "Tex-made" ... and look
for the identification band, and Ug on the piece
good.. They are your guarantee that the print, you
buy re genuine "Tex-mad." fabric.
"TlX-MAOi" IS WILL MADE


r
I'M.I 1(11 B
Bl \i>\i &DVCM I
si NDA1 si I'll Mill K 1. \rA
B'DOSTEAMFORB.G. Ml
BE ANNOUNCED SOON
Young Lvfl Arm Bowler Holder
A Certainly
llv II. S. Illl'l'l\
_ X"1 -'-' tlul Ih. BW> U

PICKWICK DEFEAT
LODGE OUTRIGHT
Rain Interfere* With All Gome*
t X] cricks* '' kwick
it 1 latter uroui
< AKITON n, Y.M.P.C.
* i.lull I M i> f. ,Vr-



than a fortnight
III

LODCn * I'KMMt K
I^dso 76 Jinrt 1-'
: I .;'! Mtd lUrlHfc''- .
I
t M l'< Tl .mi ili.r I wkfeS.) II
<>N. m making timely
ifi their second
rarnsl V MFC at I
.- second da*
:. cricket rlictuie. have

I
NOSllOKTNOTit I

hat thi
available n -


i
thai Iha BnrasKlot Mtm Is no longer selected In telephone, un.
k.wi.v ONES HA, GO
Ti

i .a t enssetVot i
I irst >"'


ltd out fu-


.. I : !
AN OUTSTANDING
STALLH MS
Racing At Arima (on lima*
* /* ..... Legend man
*^r*
\- , o.mxl-
\ r V v ought i> Mr Cyril Barnard of
Si Vim* H sl"d *l
.iiitiiiiclv
Spy Lagans'
mare b\ I nd he began his
tour ol us seven
Iha race* could
been regarded as so td n mark
nd in iii>

.
the
* .
I
IU mg> siorr.
'
I

AltlMiuKh I
admit no* In ,ne ""' ;

I believe that Uie time has rwncjor somcj .UI R |1V|. wlcketa for 47 ^^

*roag i--*ition of 7tt
tngh- victory. (948
i iraUan .- r..... ^. P*sn Md In I
Mean time of call Ham
Y M I'C. having 200
uils lo make in order to avoid :t i England b;
i lose of play found thrr, ; ,, p nd, third and I
wukela taken for a that ordt; ,,-d in the clas-
rncagre IS runs.
The game began yesterday on a Bui Normarrton. to whon
Handll I*1 "'nrt,1
rbouaandO ii u but was un; "'* ""SLj ..
n maue nc wicKCt a (
.'.v CarllcnbauiiM "* on to I hi. race
-i um Hf^ ti Park, and he ,.d him as well as
w iTto owl.kP .,
...
' '"'.....k'" v "!?. !how\ Vv c.""-'
101 for 7 and d<-elored.
O. Harding, N.
*' W. Man i..mi. bag 8"
" 27 ..ml 23 not out, played the b- it
C. McKanzN-,
19. and H. Hutchftaaon, II
gave good SUSP
E. Branker. Y.M P.C.'s spinner,
i. an | by t;ik-
Ing i Carlton vnckass for 49 run.-.
I .lion.
n 13 overs. K. II. Wi
I f '.lie Y.M.I"
for BSVon runs, and 0 I
.ners of_the quk-k runs get- h;is taken Iha other hv seven

rout l. ... OABBISON
COLLEGE
\\K Kl l Ml M IM
PROVl
U

in bv i
KENSINGTOM
BUT CRIC Ki T
wleket thai

I H4.VS DO"
. 1 -, Ih.
on Thursday 23.

whan iha .. M plai
.i*k*aidly.
I ngrce with Keith Walcolt, who on winning In
Taylor's XI. But Hunl
opiiitrs PJgJlUSW and King at il '
not meant
which tlunu- an 11

to bat, but Itl till have iik-.i to have .
bowlei- :
wicket.
IT won.I) ll \\ i HI l \ THE SAMI
IF THE WKATHFi:
.
as coiiif-
would tts
n Irani
would have I
sight <>f the-aeledh| who -
Haw Hi
rron
pndli
ran Held nOW and they will be tA
.-hort l.inr.

I

I
da

:
JL laicaa and WTphnm and
An -.-i-cii-i ih bs. and 14 i
m 1MB s; i.
. ,
iriat had Spv I. IPSST h<
not have come to the West Indies at all
like iha Argentine, Australia or Boutl
of C 10.000
In 1M0, at f< i >"' "] .i.',.... .i be did not train on as well as
nme of his con*J mpors "e'er, but he waa nevei
theieeB third Ir the Han urtchi S the aeoson
'i furlongs. He was in '
,i bul .. parenUj
threi year-old
Csrickel JVain
Lcvvei Earlier
will leave one an
MlKUUl C-i. ..ii.*l* .v..-
.urn by Mi w r Uoyos, riony.
avcretary of Uie CrtclaSt amoci.-
lion yeaierday.
Iht reaJtasH nsai Iha Imh i anaaM
. Ciuiana in a cable dateu August
cahaa read*.
h Uuiana liouid owing
heavy nnancial con.
a to avoid eom-
peti'ton fX tuber ra^>
moat popular of year tind it
necessary ask agrevn..
Association advance Tournament
k now leaving Bajfaadns
* i Nineteenth stop ur-
raquasl favourable con-
Uon for reasons stated
please table reply earliest
Kible".
local Board cabled to the
effect that they were happy to
to the request.
\j*k Is N'H Champ
HKI.SINKI
Elis Af-k of Finland, i<
new European light weight boxing
champion when he kncicked out
the holder, Pierre Monlaine. ol
Irnncn, la the twelfth of their
lS-round content, here.
WATER POLO
THIS MORNING
There will be two water polo
nsoathos at the Aquatic
Club this morning in preparation
for the forthcoming tour to Trim-
dad later this month. The team-*
eats "A": Barbara
Hunte, M Knight, A. Suther-
land, D. Johnson, Jean MacKin-
non, R. Vidmer and Phyllis
Ch,UKik-
Ladle* Team "B": Ann Eck-
stein. F. Carmichacl, Dorothy
Warren. J. Gale, Marion Taylor,
P. Pitcher and Jean Chandler.
Kefterves: Janice Chandler.
June Hill, and Phyllis FiUpat-
rick
Mea'. Team "A": A Weather-
head, B. Patterson, C. Evelyn.
G. Foster, N. Portillo, K. Ince
and D. Bannister.
MerTi Team "B": H. Portillo,
T Yearwood, G McLean. F
Manning, IL Weathcrhead, B.
Manning and Geoffrey Jordan.
Play begins as soon after 9.30
o'clock as possible.
After the matches this morn-
inoniinji. there will be a nMCil I
meeting of the players of the
Barbados Team to discuac several
important items about the tour.
In tl.-
Pettee no those who ng closely whal thn W< b Iha have on
ll.tri-.iii (Wllrsr dr S wkt*. again Itecn lir kv i. .t standing da>.
inid.) in aj stud and 1 s I I laniard it is clear has every i'
WANDERERS vn. HARH1SON COLLBGI 4 making St. Vino net continue to be among the bcM
COMBERMERI runnfi with IM runs produced in the n.w.I.
nd toft nickel declared, On the quo'inm of breeding i mu t also ana thai l like Bra
..,',, match against Poltc-- Legend's pedigiti veij r.iu.h. !; by King Legend, wlm
i iy Dark Lea> who link Konald, he is cloner up In tals
ngle i" thn lam named he case with most sire-
. today. D I US sirs In Englaim
. before he v.a.s told 1" Genruuiv v. iv I thn reputation
til] maintain I up to to-day. ( i.. tng the best sire that country ha
ever had. Altliuu h the two, Kuui Legend and D.uk Legend, through '
whom Spy Legend trneee, may not be fashionable sires to-day, yet
tch
. I
pra ires 7 wku. dee.i lii PoUeS for B0 runs on the it
0| play . up U4 for tin
eh nt thn.]
Iny the schooJ boys lost
t for 22 runs
innings at |5S runs tot during the 76 minutes of play tha'
Neither i Ida has
.;.
i | o'clock
nflnr lunch it was not not)
i like the line because its departa trom the usual run of names which
.!.. .i n i bad.
On his dam's .side Spy LegnOHl new ban some excellent lines of
..i smount of
l the top half of the pedigree. His dam, spyado, who was ;
nut ii winner, is by Coroado oui i i ..ho won five i
i II. i .: who feature.i produced Js IM7 The next dam.
til with M and i Aln erday's play was *kipm-i yuu-k Thought, i iazi, and pro- ,
Byer who t<->k i,. of thn Ooflngt duced *ix winners of 26 races, wortti In nil *' 11,780. Amongst them
itlvn baiu a.tv short H.mi and Pntll Bleu, both by Pni
He end.,. ii|. with a bowlini: exported, the fon : It shall I
. E.Alkin*> kets for 21 he inU-resting to sec which side ,.f s;
D 11 v 'elf evident in Ins QggHflng bl the W< 1
tin the iirNl day of play. c. W. The Arima meeting eoothw II con-
Bmlth, the school boys' nBM dean sweep of the Trinidad classic with no
Mll'lld. toptcorcd with 49 and in the Derby Trial Stakes. Hun over 7J furlongs the race was finally
7.1 N HaniSOn wai not OUI Wl1 tit these llVO there was still un-
to urn*. irarriwm ,|id not get off hai now in Trinidad but what was
bul more unfortunate ws the f... i thai of these only the Jelwr II apptn.rv<|
as caught by lllenin.m Off f.i "' tn- in form. I...'h I'

SPARTAN
Spartan
i m.iii. fat I whin.)
i tan-Empli
I.AWI.l ss \si) Bl Bl <.l 1 A BREAK
Iv. as certainly
less and BOI I I
I was lucky to no*

'i^h'.ni:;,' .
King and whipped off the bnUi Bant
that bul on the othi i

gatbeiinj
a beginner, the
milita'.
i
chanca to ai i" sr bel ire the n
think U
the gC!.<
er ojueauon.
I.AWI.ISS HOULKD WELL
Lawless in the othm *
...
:
highest individual i.i. nl down the >
i i.
..( |he v
with or.'
fldence which
Hut if tin Trinl Mntchi
. little, the opporl I II

later this month la of some I
floldnr, of w h..... little 1
. I
trenwndou nt o)
liot In hi- faVOUl .
:'-':^zanS?:-}-l':'U:-:-:-: :>-;r-
hi Mulllns foi nil
,i-
DOt As the ground was heavy UXhU
I ir' though not as heavy a- what
nd were
doutpby bowled out lor Rt> runs. Colloea
had not much of ad
i ..'ii down.
The nob
m ld.it with ;, Uttlc patleiw
""' " wont to 1 mijhi am] h-
oq tha bad wicket
1 D -Tilth, fon
' nwled i>\ iti ickman
# Beacon .... Page 11
their former
elve.*.
i.
II.
i \\ ihiwi. THE WRONG I'N''
. i. the .on, and] u
' : .. get ,\ ... _
Ith
twenty-two
the i) snd Incidental^ I
ntotovi

n>, .,! itoidei. ii wna nuftVient ,t.
ng nM to nispiie to UU pndilie lieigm, of
Uul when he followed this performance up wiih. a
I npiro In the Park week
( won Bock Diamond, Flame Flower. Paris.
i. i. ler, and Buddha and Immediately the gnten want up Flame
Flower took ihe load. Tiie Jesie- a/nt either at hT hi nt verj
-i,l (OX the first three furlongs, byt as soon as he was ready
I nasil) shot Into the lend at tha tour Furlong and from then on the
ovei Winning by m li ICr. i>uk Murray des-
rrlbed the rnaa i ^uprisingly Flame
Flower hold on well to ,-omc SOCOnd whih' a length Of two Gnok weie
Pans and Rock fjuunond 3rd and 4iii In that 01 Ft derstood
ts old make some kind of a bid, bul 11
's R. and nei1her seemed really aqua] to the task.
On this performanci MedQy remain a
f..i tha Irinldad Darby nt 1 Chi
it now i' the (H-rformancr
HI] (,'. m Ponri snd Ml
i i.. in Trinidad One thing ape con ! sure of it ho doe
i
AfbM this year we will A0 long! nt in OUI
' .
In | that those
il Stakes as a race
"f one mile Seeing that the brack
.ii.k II would DOl matter much v.l.i. the gal
ilI l! "ii-* i i ved. As
Curiongl || hakl lime of tin three-yeai -..Id
ih ..: no axpi .1 oi t of rbq ng we an
where notnlni but sprlDlasi are n-Karded as
t becoming
this youngster hu.s no local
El aim bowler In n Uarbados team. With the UM I nly 7i furlongs. .
.......................... ** hOTM
t.tMII) 1 l.HrtiHAlAM K IIOI.DKK and the coll Lu nut I In tha order of the day
r -. that daj wag aot na lmpalrad as Joe Awveitheleso he- musl ,:. so easily for o second
i returned bg spartan would indicate75 rui m ",0 A class. Of co Nan Tudor
1 ires of <> -0.3; M. 5; R. 27; seen* to me i" eir best form Bnrmer ran secon.
' DO regarded us a convincing achlaven be is now as good is, Nar
ri tl first Trial. Tudor appears to be w.iv off
i :. claims could never i* overlooked n M one of the iti ingest tales In We i , still un<
Utopia that i> at pie-sent .ibt.uirng i.--;,d. raiding itself si Artms with the continued Indlfterei
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si Ml AY. SKPTK...1IKK t. 1M1 '
SUNDAY \HV(M Ml
I" \(.l I IVI
British (iuLuna Defeated
In Table Tennis
XK" si \ilio>
n> v. \. v.
The Into I .1 la Tennis
Barbados
Thursda\
many fault* i>( The m
le tennis players. Al-
. tour has

on, have Uttlo oV
?ny.
CAMPBELL OREENIDQE
won o(f Ml I

two B.0 players, at hough they
Mt thOU C iinpbrll
-
exhibition of
that m
Barbados before On oo
.
much to the delight of the spec-
tators, would have paeeed local
defenders. They made hard and
waO placed amaatwi looa
pie and. without
t h v local plate
Norman Gill. 1051 Champion, had
:. hit iba ball really hard i" paai
those two, Incidentally the.i both
. . who did iua appaar to u> in his
rfgular form
Louis Stoute. although defeated
this year by Campbal] ureetiUV1
11 the aemi-linal-, ha* still Im-
pressed many table tennis fan*
* ho ih lb.- boil
As i have already men-
1 11. he i the player with tho
eonoantnttoo and he can
i..m kly adjust hlnucll to n defon-
game when his upi-menl ha*
a good lead. Gill and i.recnidge.
unUka stouie. will eontlnue
>i>2 whether winning or losing. I-
lw that Gin bag
hand smash hut he must not
depend on thai rl< fchoul
thai the occasion mil art*
Ihll hard loratHuW
Lie, Atid Ihen, because ha ha
DO defence, he Is forced to con-
tinue his erratic smashing
The ftral matefa on Thuraday
riKht was between Not man GUI
and Mlcha.-I Hmnker. 1. player
Mad in the "B" Claas In BrlUh
Quiana OiU quickly brightened
. 1 iba Right with a sjj 1
whl a h paoetrated
BnUkar*! defence. He won th
:.'. -J7. From .
. ttacaJng
Mvir gar, Ha won
this gama 2110 to claim
and put Bai I
Tha nexl matel batwoan Camp-
ball Orecnh lont) Moore
* the moat interesting of
the night. Early in the 111
Moon throw away many points
by erratic smaahln Ha qulcko

tensive gama Thh bora
mod many ol Greenidge**
smashes and won the Kama
2115.
In the secM> game Q
got four out of the first five point-
Mooie ana applauded f.-i hi*
Wd again
(Jreenidge however weir.
changed
1 and hi'
In ugh hoi 1 j winning
31 IT.
... tha third game
1 ire got his first
n-uii ,Miii M liaiu loiohand
rmash, his bast for the night
S o 11 afterwards Greenidg.*
smashed and Mooie leluriwii
Moo 1 Ul turn smashed and per-
haps bo Buatt hava thought that
bla for Gieenidge
u return He moved around to
ge'a side of the table
lv ins surprise he saw tho ball
returned He was unable to
reach it so Greenidge got
the point Moore, how
four' out of the first five |>.>ints
bu'. Greenidge soon had Ihc gama
PMI II, went into the lead and
won 31-16 hi put Barbados lw 1
in ihe lead
Geoigi Lopm and Louii v
met In the third maun stoute 1
began attacking but eased off
g >nr, BJ he raised LopM w. |
gaitiinn [mints from returning
these smashes. Service cluilagad
at II in Lopes' favour He had
Stoute at 20-19 but Stoute deuced .
Ihe i;amc After a good flftht
LQpOl mn 2422.
Stoute was on lop In the second
gama and he wou this 21 15. The
third game was not very' exciting
Both players played cautiously
Lut Stoute, who benefited front
an early lead, won 2117. puttu i
Barbados three In the lead
bja had no trouble in
beating Breaker In the next mate..
In this set Greenldgo even Blade
uac of the backhand flick which
is not very popular with him. Ha
won tho first name 2111 and
with Brankei Uattng concentration
ha carried ofl the second 219.
Barbados had so far won all
I hen QUI mil
Lope*. Out of the Unit ten p.....t-
Gill got seven. He looked a cer-
tain w inner but Lope* got tin-
next four points to bring ihe
game even. Lope* waj applauded
in the late stages for his magni-
ficent rulunis. He took the lead
gnd went on to beat Gill 8119.
Lopes took four out uf tha first
flva points In the second name. He
kepi this lead lor the better part ot
tho game but Gill brought gejntl
even at 15 all. Gill took the lead
and the following .service changed
at 1817 in his favour I
was again even at IB all but Lapes
won after the following two shots
from Gill went wide of the table.
l/ipe-. by winning this sol. opened
the score for British Guiana
The next match between B
and Moore tampered with the pa-
tience of tha spectators On many
occasions some of the 1
came irritable when these two de-
fenders patted nut a point for
nearly ten minutes In thi" set
both players knew they could re-
turn each other* smashes When
they emaahod they lost agnsjentra-
tlon and ntso the point. The only
thing to do was to defend anil
they did this for the greutei |..ni
of the lame. Stoute had the odgc
on Moore and he won by Iwo
Itralgjhta "m both occasions going
1!S 1\ and M20. By
winning thl-> match Sioute made
Barbados winners of the tourna-
'
go met the n
Lopes In UtO next eel llv the way
Ihe buana
and ,,ot with the Oueen's College
U:> ". Being an "A" Class player
In p.G.. he wss asked to ploy but
was not in his heat form. fSraen-
idee won casllv JlI? and 11 14,
nnd Lone- nftrrwnrd* told me:
"After dealing with GUI 1 was
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SI'VDAV ADVOCATE
BVNDAT si I'll Mini! -'. IMI
Ol It READERS SAY:
Ffontvnturx Irm fit-/-*
T The Editor. Th* At
SIR. :
'* I that rsMiied
the ,ipp-.
ii. (tarcn In
to-day. With him there
will in- .on-nlerable agrccmeut.
tut the stand*
iadged by the Si Thi'i
<>t f.l<\
though thoae results are tar from
aatfcanctoi
he would fin"
pupOa won
school* hi i Iat few
fully i>aaacd the
..nor.- >f t h l
various tcondnr.v tcboola th.it 11

ii weak link In the Thoma*. than to coaefcx*
ibuw of thi* WMkMM the whi-i
>h;nn nl i hooU i'
Mi !i i vi miiih
rondemn poor efforts, than to
praise worth- oneg v. nun art- fur-
(.ottci before they are completed
HH never*
: .
l".nbie causes of this apparent
docMno, but he might have added
with very great truth t:
til have been I
fully fur a long time to get Some
re.il gllavgfMM redressed but the
government has t irned a deaf
ear on their pleading*
It was then left to Mr. Fred
Goddard. MCP ChfM Church,
to do thi* signal duty U the pro*
fesslon and the public whm he
,.*ked those searching question*

thank Mr. Cod*
Hard 1". fUStlca lo
the He.ni

|| don'.- kfl his employee.
l>et justice Itr done, remove the
grtevi Ma, do
an ,,( : ivi TEACHER
30 R M
I mi tun when the- are nreaVd in
I do not know win"
Print* May type to
' '



;.ou have

mud explanation, d
.mn-; per-

<
a ii
Flrmmlmry Tmtmiwt
frrtliplott
To The Edif-.r, Tb,> Adt
in thli morning**
,. i. i pub) ihed sn interview
v.hh ., n lea. tm u *
print I raw
'I at i Kpeiienced teacher* *hould
I* u.itc thrtr timr at
i wrttei of

complimented
I lihougn hi could be

The declm
tm could
ei than
i,n flemen Tftere
,n eaeh
Elementary sell
red to know the
Rules and Regulations, and Ihene
form part of the laws nf the
d therein la a I
hUinduid (or eaeh
r told to
lualtty,
They know 'Wop Work Time!
They kno time; they
teeehUig, They
know Spanish, and Fmch; but
, visits, they nnd
.i Channel
rough gale Why should
.(out the
d *hin the
n Qualifying? When

Dtparbnenl to give an gccounl ol
m because an lrre*pon-
Ml>le parent, who should In- Ti > -
itiher, in
teaching morals to the child baa
made a complaint, and I
.1 who assumes
the role '.f DtrectOl II sent to
and ha must quarrel
w ith thi' toochei who h
.
much in i- argued
about Ago Grouj
argument contains threi lot
i: about Age
grouping I not ripe
In- "II-


ping help* the buy
teacher to pass on, an empty-
headed class to give more head-
ache in .moWher teacher. That'*
.:nod that has come of
Hut we miift be
,i >r will see how
it will produce.
hopeful itill.
I haroworfclng
left, artw
maintain a certain
morals, at leaat, other*
will be more run
menl will t in building ir.i're pi.
Individuals will i
cars ami buy iponoplaoi
safely from district to
re net taken Into
t lo foratunl
;m> thing rise for the Schools; but
. ii'. Ive .i viinilar.
and some authority comes around
bat its c'tnlenU are car-
ried out to the letter, otherwise.
why should teachers lie so busy
o qualify for the Spanish tongue
.. 98* of
then pupils find it difficult to cx-
l nselves in English
the Fault ol the
, but Hm
ild be the tlr.st thought
of Authority ami 1>.
EVAN A UOYCE.
H.df Moon Fort.
St. Lucy.
An Acrmtir
Mwor, rha ildnofg>
Deal Bar,
r EtotaxaUon plus reeoluUon
A A pride in rveiy BntLihheait
\ Hoe middle weigh!
nf the winM
D Doughty through and througn
1 You've never seen anything
like him
T Triumphant for England
which bore him
t Uneonouerebai for a long
. BOB I
It Hesu.-eitated England' Aatlt
lame
p Pugihst in every sen*, ol the
word
I Indomitable
N Never to be forgotten
ANON
OllMaValkTJ
Mbrs. Lidlr Stouit*
The death eeeal
Wednesday night of ati-
tOUet, wife ,r Mr. Arthur L. 1'
ptoute. Druajgaae, late ol Stoutt's
l'i u Store, situated at the corner
of Country1 Ron |
d now of S
Worthing.
Ngajte had not been in
i health AM many year*
ndiae tnmble. fe
"'iths appeared to have
been gaining In strength, so that
when death struck suddenly on
Wednesday night last, Ii was a
Lock! lo her family and manv
friends.
Par thirty-three years, lira,
Sloute had been associated with
her husband's business, and In the:
way she became known to, lovert
and respected by. many; not only
bo lived m the neai
viemity. but those from the out
parishes who made their regular
purchases at Stnute't Drug Store.
Bar funeral took place the
following afternoon at the West-
bury Cemetery amidst a large
gathering of family and friends
Mrs. Stoute leaves Ix-huni lo
mourn her passing, her husband
; Kdward Stoute of Cabli-
V Wireless Ltd.. and two
daughters. Mrs. Arthur Watson.
and Miss SyU i Stoute. Em-
broidery instruciie-s of the Singer
grand-daughtei
To those and other sorrowing
members of the faffulj
sympathy will b*> extended
Ihi- St John .imlui/nricf
Jtriftatlc
i...I.an-. Daatrkt 'f ttM
Si. John Ambulance Brigade has
the following cable
from the Commissioner. S.J.A B.
-"Grateful lhank.s yOUl
kind help. Hoei
Thll cable was an acknowledge-
i he donation of $240.1)0
which the Barbados biatrict sent
to Jamaica for Hurricane Relief.

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shoes
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LOCAL AGENTS ALCC RUSSELL a CO. BAftlADOS
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eea and in the an < h hu had much to do with the
perfecting of the modern ;. r the Comet today, for the
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that tha- Hi-h..p uf Kl
Kd luni thai
damagr to church propert) in S4 \
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.ingina has great power
.nd baauty. and white he may r-4 Jg^ Vhc'ipiii'.n'd a'^don of ...T^ BUtU* *- ^W^"
be a* great on artist us the tenor ,-'.... ...,._,;"..,^,... ..... '"'"
- Sinjtei
ven
i foi thru
H ire v.

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popularity such as few
partkUlarlj at his agv. Lj, Giubba" |rom P..1ijccl and -,-
The possessor of a superb natural .-rhp Uelinda Manilla" from I .a ,h*' rv.M,lr of <-um.ir in the Anitli- *hirti and mail __ .
one of The .barter niimWri. sun, '"^rSSp ( Kiriu.on In SI III *~ you there
..... ihe Archl
whom singing is a* natural and
I m brt-jihing. he
his mu leal responsibilities lightly
.cry Rlftl-
him. His vok is tie-
mendously powerful, true and ex-
cept when he OCCttaMMHf pu'- ton
nuCh powei Into I top note, well
produced, and his sustained plan- wife ami I <-. who
Doruih
poll tan,
oprano
rellent
i;illy, while Jarmila Novotna, all
of the Met and Blanche Thcbom
contribute additional vecol help
Ann Illyth Is charming as Caruso's
II s I'etmopolitan S. |
Qualm and V..nm In P.
ft
isslmo Is as line < any artist 1 are too numerous to gatntton give * IMrmu his previous one,
,.(.;in, splendid support. he weathers this crisis with a (Turk* Cosmopolitan Drug Slor.
I,,. ... .. ,. ord Bumbtr f I have trie.! not to be too enthu- eombinallon of diffidence and on Prince Wm. II-
(WCntl lhre< llcctioni <> and i! has humour tingco with pa the*.. The a delightful and de-
-Ol which fifteen n-* been easy as I arr ., lover of young people don't have too easy I-aiy shipments of Park.
are solo numbers, and other om- "< " *"*" M ""'V ** "' ?S****!LJ" ZZZSEH l
jons to me contrarv . area! mim- appeal for me. If you are musical, wimt* ol kindly, bui irritating
: :he are sung from start to dont miss it. If you .iron'! II is p;-rental .nterference. Hoy.....
Iini.ii. There can be no quesUttI "" P'-'Hl.d entertainment, with all is peace and happiness :
Un of there not be inn colourful citings, vivlH peTaonall end father adjusts
enough solos on the part of fee lies Ud fe Operatic H well ds Pr,
PQgk hiillad tried lnn<
Since it is the story of a great to everyone. l-i i rue ui viubwu nui 101; o, y^Jfc ,,,.,, ,iar|
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you aay. Yi?" 1
.lid we'll Vet., it. wiih UK
i wodorant
i i
"ptic. safe i..i i
Utr rtu Dal ."ti.'i-
No sixeslarge and giant
ColgafVi Veto is aniUiMa ihronni
leading drug and dry gx*a atoixJ.
In the sun
Ilika me), oi who just get pl.u
I rthi- Canadian product n.
;,lt fee answers. Culgate'k Vel
T (ieddes Orant
.it i oth<-! -iteTestlnK
t Items, such a Halrbroati Sets tor
the men by Kent of |,oi,rion. Thenmis
rife Jugs and Placl eoM tot J
hra.) and lascut.itiiit 'Bobbii'
laughs and man<
menl .nd domln.le, Ihe .ction .nd "FATHBM'UTTLE ... HtuKlOM.
(hi plot is therefore unobtrusive. UIVIaJT-PiU
Hut lW Mnu have had stories Although I was not particular!v
with such abundant opportunities enthusiastic about Tlfeer of The
for song or providing such natural jWJe. Ifwn'^Kg FATH- \^^Mm^f iTm aS^lrSA stii..t"ed In ftickeit Pt, oft T. afal- ,.. .....k C
N.pler.. v-e see c.niM as boy wo h.vr .he chorlslor. then u'a young man who Spon.ti- Tracy, now a prMMlnf >'" .. niorrM.K imi,. ii.in -|f .
IM In M lr*M rorn- ir.mlfu.her. Joan Bemwl .> hU Cono Nelwn and 8 Z s.,,11. I |ink ,, ......, ,, U|l
rr, (0I. . | ..... wife. Eliz.be.h Taylor and Don Rory coiu-i-rn .. il'alrirllT ,.. ,,, ,.., wllh IhF mlm- K..r Him
This i> lollowed bv an ill-fatnl Tiurlot a. .ho parent, lo be anil minded beei-D.rmi and ri-wine.,, ( del> \..a II dud a i
romanee. which It- rnporolble for Bllllo Burke ami MonM oi.n vllle Warn who ttv lo .
hlTauuminll an operatic career as the young tataterS parents. bom an American dancer re- Mixing Machmo ith atl-cl
iAXLABV OF BROAD-
WAY"
I. the Plata. LULI^BY
You Help Y.ninolf Serve
Yonr.eir. I
,vlth it. alwajn
r lo .
Thi. eompleteb
parking prnbl
-
I i n' I
. wife. F.h/abcth TWk> and Don n .tieainea It ,,. ,,,
is Inllowed b. an ill-l.neil Tailor as .ho parents lo be anil minded beei-barnn and e-*audo. lul ( dela. *i
nee which is reiomulhlc 'or Blllie Burke ami Moroni Olaon lll Warn nh.. tiv t.. conoMI .riracUvc
ssu'mint an ODerstlc 1-iK'r as lne young rci\ parents ''" an Amtrlean danOK i.- Mixing Ma. I.:
rn^rT, narrtan is She nexl run. '" Ihl nlm Iho direction is bet- cen.ly rolumnl Iron. England, (or every purpose is priced ,,,. d.anla.sl It. almo.
\JTS2 l^fa.. f ueL7 (ollnwed I" 1"1 "" "'">< '" "<'r "" ""< her molhor. who was a famous M2.M and an Elrclrlc Mim ,. 7 ,,,.,
' LSI h^fh. uJZs. !*orr "Orlor. with better dialogue and aclreaa I. now an alcoholic and a original design and highly p. ..... ......m, ,.,
' ottTyJ^,*!.'r"r' ,?,'.. ,T more ..musing MtaiHi,,,,- Tl . -ha-.-l.eon There are aevoral cal vail......B. lor only I
Mm
ust.mo,! ,,.' "naU) -onoloKuo bemo.mn, the ,;.,.. Nel.on-.hr hmer beij ,.,.,.,.,.,.;.,.,,.!
,-O.ld ta. AJ can be M Iron, '"' ho Is a grondfa.licr. when he one of the oulstandinl young n^nlncn,. all-,..-.-
,, ......, .1..,', llu- nliK is 'loosn't W old enough to be one d:,i.,.i. ..nlho screenand Mr.
.oan.lv '. Ihri-il '..t. wli h .1'.......' '" '" >' k ' '"w *" !'' n|,porlunlt,o. lor his
..,.' ,,.,'!. glluir- month, baforo the.ovrnt and all own particular Hyta of nun.
nig sti mill
Amuliv! the
Iho various episodes ami i rises but the pace is slow atio the BfVltl.
(unvt bv L.-inra thai transplroil i Ml manl i very sticky variety.
UTSMENTIONA BLES
get a
266-page
mention in
a history
book of
their own
oil..i Woj i nil un Uw -< ud
ulllce
proUctor." which wag slipped on
. ..! tl. cufl to prmatt it l^r
Shin fronts with collars ot-
tad.iil .ii' still I feature of the
lower .iud middle data, trade
A-lit-i. thev were, umiftli i..ll\
nlddle
ihev went,
as -cheaU."
in. thli Sea, this Heavti
nd Vou .ih. tne i hun
nu ol (he Mitttillctii* Colombii
tatman A Tttykir'i lid ni" '......1,"i ri?"
. L(.,i ,, i -1
d graceful in ign. ., n)f,hl
ei V.ur... "-' Mniinlllg. (Unlng
i.......ndi '"tv "^"fy.,h
world'wTth Murpnv nn% '."> n" =".' "k- lh*
the Hum f-1 S2i.r' strtigl Cto elj;
wmt.r garden
Ihe oft
..I Suite. And evi
Mio
On C erf a in
Male Atflre
Men's braces emlirmdered in
wouiwuik of nuny i.-loins ;m.e
mio noti.e. What is remarkable
almiil th.'in. apart fi'ini their COl*
otirs. Is the not thai Uiey were
...ike.l by vouiik ladle*
It Ull.1
Mocler
.. 11> model
pan wil
action, perfect e;i'
and dottantfu] tone
rela I
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walvea i ii.( Mi.i.rl.u
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rfUmbar I lankine ,.|..y. i lid te.cher "
ALSO L
IT.MWS illDBI MAM. issritl I 11)11
En i I,
DICTION A* Y h
To
Two-piece Pyjamas
CHORUS CsIKLS SANG PYJAMAS INTO FASHION
A CLEAR, clinical light todu hat (eel wWi her eatt and whole and flvaa > pfvaanti to (ii
i inctuarj of lawixui . Unto whi
laeo In ;i tix book of EngUati iiiidcrclolhcs "They say Ihera was never such the a'i
Dociois c. wniett and Philits u thlnj oan and lite other tadlei dettutad to be fastened
Cunniniton survey the wardrobv hardly knew whether to i>e
from the medieval linen smock thankful or not that her under- On Women's
!. the modern crufTon nightdress, rlothnii: ConlUlad in part torn or point of atiquetl eartet tartan knlrkerbockers
in .his. wher, ., .oo .11^,. for ^ o( ^^ lim^lt 5U,:,a,.,,
It was a d,iri-iK theatrical novelty
of 190C. when chorui. girls in py-
jamas citme on to the stage sing-
All through -he period (1MT- "fy 'S**1* "^ *****
18821 to expose an inch too much ""
shirt-front (by day) was .1 social
stigma indicating that ihe araarar
not nuite". On the other Ttv
hand, the mmmer suit w.ii cut These
to reveal a* much as three studs, accepted
r^S ,2SSSL"lT- so that to appear a gentleman one shin
Prudery shuddered. It seemed hmil tn ^gJuui .-"lend,..- pure-mindefl
that any garment
And a lady of Wie period never must of necessity have .mpropc
I to her 'buetle,; "The
'bustle' was in the 1880's
.-oiinidernl a little coarse, 'Tour-
nure' or Mies- Improver arai
more ladylike appendage to the
niMw- siiom ii\m

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m n iks for i-'
ROBERTS & Co.- No, 9 High stt*-DUI3301

Ihe authors to note. These quota-
Uaru from th. .' soin'.'
idea of how much there k t si.
about the clothes so little is laid
.bout:
1K57-G6 Views
on Coloured I'ndiel
The atvlng machine bad
arrived, which marie gptllDte Itl
abundance of ready-made under- .
ilothes in exuberant hues.
incompatible with a milk-white
mind to wear coloured under-
rlothlnK. The habit might lead to
whu knows what indescribable
excesses.
OB Finer Point*.
1 i C'las- lii-iin. tion 1
Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in
24 Hours W
On Upper Claai
Sports Wear
Heport from a social diary of
rfic f(ie: -The Duchess of Man-
. Hester, In getting too hastily over
imptieailona, and "the advent "of
0 leading actor on the ah
e ihe ladies"
,,.."." >!! .I".-"'"- i";-0-',r1,;': I-. uaTwarmaaal la a., UW
S.rrt.lttanOua.on,..d-<
lower back"
On Finer Points
of Class Distinction2
On the Way
Things have Changed
A Nightie
ugrngo
B
.1 itUe. i-aught a hoop of her cage (1R83-18S8.) A democratic eon-
(crinoline) in II and went regu- vention was creeping In, nut only
l.nh head over heels, lighting on was there tine detachable collai
"The History of UndrrrlMhe*" bui m '..chable cuff* which could
iMic'ta-*! Jotctiti. JOt.l out todaii be t.-veised whan one edge wa
1933 v...
stander mag.i'ine U
of flowered chiffon
l neck cut on the cross.
ulmoKt backless ribbon 5*h.
a very seducer of stout hearU.
a. Int UH
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Help Reduce The Cost f Living
"Moir's" Honeycomb Sponge "Api" Peanut Butter
"Koo" Canned PearB "Koo" Canned Peaches
"Tower" Jelly Crystals "Koo" Cape Gooseberry Jam
Brookes' Lemos Cut Drained Peel
in M 11/ p.rkagr. mil by III. lb
Tower Flavouring Essences
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far ...I.... and Junior.
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"T.N.T."represents is the new CowiiGate
tonic beverage already famous and
popular a wholesome, energising food
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SUNDAY AlAIM Ml
SUNDAY, SKPTFMBPR 2. l.:i
BARBADOS AmrOTE
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Niiml.i \ September U'. IK'il
Co-operation
WITHIN recent wettu the Houm f
i ihe amendments made
io three important measures by the Legis-
hitivr Council ill order that the general
I whom these hills wen- Intended to
,. I not Ion that advantage. It
tha people ! tins island stand
Mooing attitude on the
pad of .ill political sections and an indica-
tion thai the necessary co-operation is not
ao dlficult to obtain.
The acceptance 04 these amendments
was all the more creditable to tfaa House
when it waaconsidered that only recently
that body Wl (I pains to register
strong objections to a minor amendment
ni a bill affecting the Barbados Scholar-
ship aUowanoi When the added phrase
did the amount or vary the
provisions under which it was to be
granted. That bill provided that Scholar
should have in advance the sum of $578
and the amendment rend thai the scholar
ahould on "not exceeding" $576.
dibbled.
The new hills dealing witli Public Utili-
i Pay and the Kepresen-
tat'on of the People (Adult Suffrage) have
all been amended.
The Public Utilities Bill was amended to
provide foi definition of the amount of
an which would afford an aocutow
aasessnirnt by the Board, the Hobdays
with Pay l>i!i not only carried an amend-
ment showing what would be a period
qualifying on employee 'or annual holiday
hut thM entire bill was reahaped and tnndfJ
workable, while the Adult Suffrage Bill
carried an amendment making certain
the BCJ Illegal practices which
would be followed by statutory disqualifi-
cation.
'11k PubU i uuiies Bill was suggested
by the Opposition as the alterative to
nationalisation and after much contro-
versy it paaaad the House, but needed
amandmenta The Holidays with Pay Bill
which was ,i ii ago by the House
last session was lust when it remained on
the Order Paper of the Council at the end
of the session It had aroused much con-
troversy as the Opposition thought it In-
opportune and believed that the desired
result might have been attained by means
of trade Ninon practices. It was thought
in be unworkable when it was passed a
second time because it had not categorised
the workers entitled to holidays nor the
period during Which they should be iii
continuous employment m order to quali-
fy for the holiday. Such an amendment
was inserted by the Council.
In one instance the Council sent a Mess-
. ii a pointing out that the
amendment might have constituted a
breach of privilege but that it had been
made m order to get the best out of the
bill. In this and another the House waived
any right and agreed to the amendments.
The present occasion should be empha-
to Indicate that the meas-
ure "i achievement which is possible with
the removal of that atmosphere ut Bjnaj
eni antagonism between the two Houses.
In the past valuable measures have been
lost because of unnecessary controversy
but within the last few years the Legisla-
tive Council has seen to It that its work is
such a Contribution as would be Worthy
id h second chamber. In fact, much or the
legislation enacted by the House has been
..\ the Council In order that the
community might t
There i -till much to be dOIM before the
end of the Legislative Session. Among im-
portant met be dealt with are the
Local Government and the Public Health
BilK which seek |o divide the island into
districts for the purpose of local adminis-
tration and to bring the much needed
; oal and public bvalth services within
easy reach of the people living in the out-
lying parishes It is true that such an atti-
tude might not lend itself to opportunity
for impressing the electorate who will be
resting votes In November, but it might
be of greater value to the Community as a
whole.
Caribbean
Commiwwion
THE resignation ol the Secretary of the
Commission serves to focus
attention on the work and achievement of
rrence Cramer returns
to 'he Ui Stab shortly and ins suc-
.ippoinled.
irk 't the Commission lias been of
i co-ordinating nature.
......ins com-
mon to i i nd the dissemi-
nation ol technical information acquired
and the liaison between the various
Governments and peoples of the area is
the volume of work done.
The i attar and
pronounce with any
f certainly upon the success which
has attei I s Commussion
There are those, even a B I
sponsible opinion in the Caribbean, who
feel tliat the Commission :ias bee
heavy and expensive institution, distribut-
ing documents on technical and scientific
matters and other data ut general affairs
The founding of the Schooner Pool Associ-
ation during the last years of the war and
other practical, if minor, mattei
I to this criticism.
But if it is difficult to measure the work
or to pronounce judgment upon the work
and achievement of the Commission, its
mere establishment and continued ex-
istence during the last few years ha
to focus the world apottight upon a I otion
of the Commonwealth and Empire which
was slowly slipping backwards.
It was founded as the Anglo-American
Commission at a time when Great Britain
and the United States were seriously
weakened and France and the Nether-
lands had been knocked out by the war.
Lett) France and the Netherlands joined
and it became the Caribbean Commission
by which these great Colonial powers
expected to recover their strength in part
by policies designed to attract the loyalty
and increase the worth in international
I the Colonial populations for whose
distunes they wer- responsible.
It had been propeeed thai welfare and
development In the colonies should be
undertaken on a regional and transitional
basis and as was announced by Colonel
Oliver Stanley, then Secretary of Stale for
the Colonies. Great Britain while remain-
ing responsible for the administration of
her colonies realised that close co-operation
with neighbouring and friendly nations in
matters of colonial interest was neot
The Caribbean Commission was lion.
And perhaps it has served above all as a
new departure in colonial affairs where
without gearing the administrative
machinery, it ha* set the pace for develop-
ment and yielded to an international group
the means of planning for a region and of
assisting in the execution of the plans and
the judging of results. It will be realised.
however that the Commission, in conjunc-
tion with the Caribbean Conference,
reserves that planning and judging of
functions to countries directly responsible
for security and economic policy either
through colonisation, acquisition, or the
assumption of responsibility through
mandate.
From the inception of the Commission
in 1942 it has done much to draw the
peoples of the Caribbean together by pre-
senting their problems with a common
background. It was created principally to
help to solve some of the problems arising
as a result of the leasing of bases in the
area to the United States and it was
developed as a model for other regions of
the world.
How far the Commission has succeeded
is still a matter for close consideration in
its tenth year of existence It is on the
findings of such examination that its future
depends.
Useful Tours
The first of the lnter-school Intercolonial
Triangular Tournaments just conclude .1 In
Barbados is another step forward in In-
direction of bringing the islands ot
West Indies and British Guiana closer
together. In this tournament, the Ural ol
its kind, boys of the Windward Islands
schools--Grenada, St. Lucia, Dominica and
St Vincentwere here at the seme I
hoys from Queen s College ,f British Gui-
ana, and these met the boys of Harrison
College and themselves in turn in crlckl I.
football and other forms ol athletics
In the realm of Inter-echool sporta there
has been for a long time now i xchsnum of
visits between Queen's Royal College of
Trinidad, and Harrison College and Lodge
School of Barbados with ;i visit or two to
British Guiana also included But this was
tin- first occasion on which three teaiM met
at one centre. It is Indeed I laudable effort
to see the lads from the smaller Li
given a chance to travel and meet bo
their own age and outlook on the field of
sport in other islands, and nothing but Qod
con accrue from such visits?
The insular idea which, has been such a
keep back in all efforts at progress in the
West Indies is doomed if such visits become
a fixed feature of educational activities in
these colonies
The more ambitious effort of Mr. Aithur
Wilkinson, one tune Master of Q.R.C., of a
schoolboys' tout of England represents.
perhaps the ultimate goal In this direction,
but meanwhile an interchange of visits be-
tween the boys of the islands will go a
Jong way towards promoting that under-
standing which is so essential if one and all
are Io woik towards ti
Weal Indian unity
The ultimate outcome of the games
themselves matter little perhaps, although
each roust strive for the masteiy with avei'
ounce of spirit and energy at his command
Friendships made on and off the field and
preconceived ideas rectified, are far more
important, and of much more lasting bene-
I; is this aspect of the 'ours that must not
be overlooked, and will bear most fruit in
the future.
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The strange anflt of the BrtnMi t puddle ut iei.i once a year.
l-ond-m gnrei
Sin in- On The Fence
THIS is the UbM "f
(peek "f tii.
nan IfOU C"'l ihiipfi like (Hun
Daan Mootin .i South African
fanner, union you thai
bald if people apeak nHarplj i
i um peai
Hen Um British Asao tioi
hap ii*-
I>r It. W. !-ri.-lI f.-ll.n; you that
fat men U*uaU> drink mom l**n
then iklanj men, and that uni-
i Is are ihlnn\ and MH
muscular th.in Borstal irl>.
I>t ourae If you bri cynical
,mci auptrto t.hui
you wont cue ll heap no ball'
not io i"-'.* h you can get o
bit of one cm your plate occa-
Ofiailj
".--ij n ay care even l<
thi- size of Borstal girls. partlcu-
i .a limn,
rtMtotf the. an fat a nM
Moreover, although >u -to
DdtnTerant to the '
wilier-, it might occur io ye-i
thai lhej ai overweight
Vi.v drink too much, and do V '
drink too much because ihey ai
overweight.
"nil HdU ill i. |M LI v.

Bid if you are an Hffl
. .:,!.;. ink sated
matter* of no in ; hii.uk i-. the
ibout the b..:
heap will
mi .i tour of tha I'nuili
Ina Eamten and shepherds i >
to be rude to animats.
And if you are an eafji
list, alto iutaraatad In n
ui) [mporUu
wilT ui about the country aakinj
bim mucl..... i
.i
reeling the mu n|
Rlrli and Boi
I AlthoiiKb Hie lov of d
II t. to a layman llki

! could provUia tha
,d> -tor urltn
obvious and avtl
/iihoul moving from in
f'nr inatanca t could
thai
though
f.ii. as du< I i
man who think and amoke >o
uprhdng thai
spent their
k leanUiuj
tmen.
-.norl course
n> NATHANIBl OVBUNi
only d \ lop Mi tura-
......
coukI> ''
. uuna.
Mmleiil l> .linan
IN an lattsta, per.
hape, H
I
in W
('.'come :i
now to | k up
hitift and how t
ays aha
laocy, M
ui n^pe than mi ^ the usual
examination pap.', with typical
(lOMtlonB to uiifu. r
VVhal i. Uie haal l| to pick
up & riuMbln (a) b- the handlf
or (b round Uie u*ltl as if joti
rrc d.iiiiiin v.!!1! ,i dowiarr?
i I >u*uno K
on iiour back, hoid -.j th, handle.
ai What angle \t uour bod
should the dua'bbl be carried Io
re/use 1aU down your
kei i f Stole ejv: t ang
Vou arc orllni for ilva.'.
.-ui mu-t i :'- -ii. ihe value of
Ihe refuse. !> Uh IoIIomIo,-
sum :
if a alale Itlppi
wine fac-
tory, hoxr much art lu-o and a
doff mau kappi ri *tA after pou
have 'i pot ll 'lydf..''
Vou arr i i i ir thr du*t
cart with your fnad. v. hen a
humorous collea'"" remove* lvr
ladder ulikh vou must mount hi
rdrr to depo<.ll the rrlusc m the
ntl
Deacrfb)
of n qualified duattnan, in Ihe CU"ifaiicei, and ohw a dionlffrd
*-prt*>f i" a *
fhfln su- Hill be

The ll".i Veen
What are ihe best years ol
life'
I
iaeri quack.

.l>lei ,
u . .
in . i) aetoi in
Ol .'l.l.il;.
lilliotialres. they fell in love nl
almost wiv age between 18 and
mi ami rnuKhly about once a year.
Tins is becauae all men (yes,
veil Englishmen) are polygamous
by nature JThe dilTerence Is that
Kiutli-bniere'don't do much about
11.
Most mei cash in on only one
ol Ibeea 1 ive affairs, maromg the
object of a passing wh.
upend the rest of their lives fecd-
init. clothing and housing the ob-
ject, and Its children. At Christ-
mas, they feed and house its re-.
laUves, too,
During this time they are fall-
ing in and out of love with other
women, but usually do nothing
about It. either because they fear
public opinion or because they
can't nfford It.
This makes them cross nnd
i|i mi i i'1-rniic and inav be the I
cause of wnr, fo* all 1 know.
a
In lOBia Eastern count rle*.
where the polygamous nature of
men is recognised, they fall in
love severnl times a year, are able,
In do something about it on each
occasion, and are tiardh aval
quarrelsome.
The classic case is Kini; Solo-
mon, who fell in love 1.000 times
married 1.000 women and for1
some reason or other wu railed j
the wisest man on earth.
At ichor aqr are you liketp Io |
fiokr- IKi> Tiioit nifmep?
Wl-n you have lx>cn marrieti:
-mg arhlm for several,
: have coUactad enough'
ueper.dants to spend it for you.
As the Goveramant aril] t.k
what the dependants have left
you might aak why have 1 both-
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cneaoer
After the honeymoon With the
.him. When you have
fnm ;i i '.i..iiiln drean
to the reallUes of ifill*. rate*
'.im imusitiK uffoulanti, fuel
tantrums and toddleri
we gel the first Klimpc i>f tin.
gruaapy obt bora you are aoini

1. F. S
llornartl Iliaino. df.P.oil Wl Tour
rnard Bralna ,-
tha Conaai vatlvi I I - aapoeii
hi Conunonweolth and I
! .- 'i ,1 . v
I
well-known broadcaster on Com-
monwealth atTainti haa Iravallad
has wi lltan, lea-
!'
* lonlaJ daVel
ijinieti! Hi-. iif;cM-i'iii|ihasise>l
li thai eif-govenunool
fin the t'olonle* must be accon--
p UIH-.I b) ndal ami economic
l.'v.'lopment which .vill enm. e
the eondlUoni rn i
raaaonabla standard of Ovuuj
He rum been M< n
liamenl for the Busartcay Divis-
i .i
Horn on June Mth, 191 l
! luratad at Bandon County
Sehool, and before the war was a
i
11 m DaparuaanL !! wag f.r

'i n ..i.'. i Pai
! ipti'..' I
1
III3S la IMS he wtu its National
'
in- had be an of us
Bouth-Saetern organisation >
Si rrey, auean ai
He ahm only twenty-three
when he made his ma
ind took tha 1
irborouafi
with :m atoquanl plot*
iho young
Conaarvattvoi ol Britain wantid
to be more than "fUMOU
i
My in the conduct of f:
'.
I I* elect-
tmi ,i:.v.
I I
I Am
ed on ''

For mu
on war si- i. .

'
sioncd in the North Staffordshire
m
|B4(
eive,| ;il
home and in VVc \ a, gradu-
tad ai ihe n?,iit Couaajg I Cam-
t > i: on tha
tail m Norih Waal Europe the
next yew i Bast A
IMS to 1946
Theie li^- Direilor
ol Civil Aft urs on the I A
Admiral Lord afo intbatteM.
gouii s.mth East
Asia Mi i Layton Enal ..! ihe 1943 Genet al
tha Amu
he continui d t< I
J une well-known as a
i"
in-ospeetive
'' and in
IMS became
Pert a* aduoaUoa m
H
He u..: i known as
in South
| \ i he tv-,1 ..ften b

1950 he

v.. Blttl -iIT.. t |i has 1 ravelled
over 11,000 ndU In Europe jmi
i : his lectured and uruad-
caai in three continents. Since
he has lectured under
War Ofnce auspices In Germany
Austria, Trieste. Cyrcnaica, Egypt
and the Sudan.
li maiden speech in Parliament
.n ;. debate on iore-ign
affairs; Mine then he bus spoken In
several debates which deal) wltti
I >evelopn.ent. He hu
publisl;ed. among olhcr pamphlets.
"The Meaning and Purpose of the
British Commonwealth and Em-
pire." and in 1W9 a book, "Tory
Democracy." and has made frc-
.'rtbutions to nciypapcrs
and periodicals on Colonial and
other matters. Articles on the
West Indies appeared recently In
the D.uty Mail-' and in 'New
Commonmealth."
Mr Hi.i,niv who i- married nnd
I r* m ,. ,,.,.. .
hn i the m29\h
I n other tarrl-
t Wi i
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and Ii I of ihi- Kn-
, raUylna
i the
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(-. 1 an;
* a move
- appear to

, vi'iv UWIk* SUm "f money for
Ian would

f a group who
would otherwise probably con-
tribute |
should Iswio an
a value of
about fif'.'- : half th-
tM gouuj to pay postage
I Dd thc other half being used for
relkH Th,. u'e of these
i iMilil ni ! oitnpuUMiry,
'Hi than) would provide an me*>
rnleh people could
isly help the fund, and
.if money would
butod by the slamp col-
. i the world.
nig, let mo stress that
' would m no way be
asttlnj a precedent, since Barba-
dos has already srt thr world a
f,ir (Mng relief work
Ir thu wy over forty years ago
Tho case that I am referring t"
Mi,vwhen thr Barbados
inp was overprinted
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Sueo Serisavm: Japanese-Bom American Artist
By ARrill K Mil.1.1R trait work. Inane deve'opmei '. of the artist mentality as i
Fmm America.. Art hit" Sensawa' Irnasit The ola assured ol- VhUa
The impact of nir upon an uncomplicated prior to December tivily rm lacking. The faces and were no longer woven in lumin-
artist and its effect upon his 'Ml. ** to be uprooUd > skeins but covered largr
development can be Judged best World W:ir II. Hi?. .' longer seem*'.
by a study of his work. In the Mm u American-horn citi/en fagei to point up the bloom of
case of the young American n' Japanese ana >:ilcthe The
painter. Sueo Semawa. one nnda subject to possible toward* "lent
compar.n hi. paintings ov-r a from **** PacluV Coas- Which hud mad* bin *.
period a complete w v edict issued by a i.. i^inter. -'pace,
change in technique ar-' gr-a- military the United Ttm r- modem
ual departure from the Occiden- States. They decide-, a beaut v ana f ings during the difficult ..
t*tl-t>le Impressionism of Ms Cajifomu and nm\.-u I I mood in the taught htm the .
early period a* he concern* him- *'ty in the -die*. that emotion can onlv >-
self increasingly with line and Colorado. There they stayed for .eyed through (Ml
colour, drawing cloeer to lhef me. Secuaw. continuing ,* '** Sueo had w.tchcd everythlng in a pamt.ni, heth..r
Oriental tradition which Is the W.pUr and wwllng h.s work ,"*'"* ***,"" * ,nk, and (Mi thinks of It a* farm
back to a California art dealer ftnd *ater colour. I1
result \
subtle sig alone carries their humai.


th-
nth
in
m BWrlawMa u
was in the tie
His studies of at.- tint if-.
works and hi>
heritage of his race.
Sueo Scrisawa was born of for *le.
Japanese parentage In Yokohama Leaving Denver, the
Jii 1910 ELM renri later, hi* travelled eastward, uau'inn (or
Oriental-style pointer a while in Chicago An.

st>le painter, had received from m Ih wn.,i ,,,..,,. ,,!. ,,.,L,
pai
: metropolis, where Sue., :"'"'"' "'

Ijther.
who wav Sueos first leachei
rioved his fainil. |o the Pactfk studied briefly "at the Art
Coast of the United States At lute. TJheir n the age of M Sueo tnroUed In New York City where it.-
Ihe art classes of a California for live years.
i -hool conducted bv George
Ilarker. pander who was an *>*' York naTeied Su*
..ident txperfmeater with ttroni ** >'e eould have found no-
nd who belonged t, the where
mot some
Hi
i >i kBttal
ail
Th- Chu
had
used I
.. iierine.i
is painting in Apnl-M.o
was clear thai he had ,.r
I paintoi on I
the
Museum. | imealf
fascinated by eld [aaj .
<^hmce and Persian painting. Unnofta
GEORGE PAYNES
is
GOOD COCOA
lie and lone The
m the Pi
and rio
icaj

n ii
. Mon.nl to if? "5 * in th. UnllM st:
Imprtwionm whool. Even bpfor<- "'..n* o>'v.l..,-i rrtm MlnUna Own the Una iii
hll ma.li..-.'.. Un nan I.,,.,, llh Yuo Kumynshi. dlslin- Btmo.pll num ->.,., ,r,cal ",',' .'" *.
>oun IXnWI .,., ,ll,s , pu.hfil Mlm- .,.,. ,, |01.,., ,,,. h,m. Ar,!,.,,,- :uih a> *Girl m
occMlonaU piclurr ai a motel *"'' lIMim eav,- him other hint, dlvldod thr llrmlV ,l.i1T .
lwn-nI hi. Im.i.t. loth, I. .Ii fornt a simple ami ,1..,,.. '" .
Swtow. \" "' Ih" adoption the He I , ,| '.he parts hi
UnitedI SUUs-am, .. ,lu, con,.. ', ., "'' ^'.'""
for the vtKMule nf .ljuan th.. ...I with fi.rm. ...... i.~......._.^ "" nK''
flict betwn.|
After graduation Bftrljawa fft^Jp .,,f hi* adoption the
I a variety ol jobs F.n "Ited Stalesand hi. sympathy themselves and were not OOBfu.-
racTaaUon he paUUM in nq '" .* i-yvW of Japan. Ibn ed jrlUl rormi nor loat In them. roundim
.-pare iinvneTit and vent On .....'< "' Ua birth. S...... ,.,,,! The hi.l paint,nW e.habiled with Ihe ...limiCJT .^.1. t
aWU-hln. trip, will, art .roop, to ; ."mmer In Konly..h|- h.. i- .!* Se..w>-. r.Srn UUt tmSLflZS? S. "J, '
the dllllli and mountain" m( 2' Woodstock, in the norlhou.teni An.rfe, | H, 104- . '?P^T " W imivnul*
ChUfornia. lie painted things ho S" he n\aldaSrijUfronVUuZ^aS^ 2L!?JZXi '"'V " '""""' '
,w 09 the v.-w-lal-Ie (arm. oprr- Painfd one f : Mes ["*,'"hV7JJ,^"' ""X."Jj"r ;' I neve,
nted hy JapuS ,,. the fertile "' .....a, vears. For the mM ol ,U nei pXre. all ?.T.T '' '" ** """
lltld. mrioundini: the cllv of Loa ix|r' '"' cooMnlrafed .i ,..,1:1.11- ,,,., ,,J (f~ .IXT:," ," ? or *"". p hU painting entitle:
Ansele. Each Saturday he . ">. UK , HI, y.mng a"!!. Th^ Lu^lL ?''.'"' M"'l ,M9"- wh"h '
Worked in a life clan In Barker'* dmightM....... 1- reverie their hrarifhZLi uJ!! ?"*C i mua"" olls ' "ie Call-
anidi.i In l32 S,reo Serisasva pre- " br.n 10 ehantr. '" ^.f" 'SLT'ES 2 "h;" "1" *olve- '" Phlern of flttis
IUon.1 form rh. rolou, n polnl la ..,11, '
paint,;,, u Henri MatUae, Ihe Iheae now piclu- tl,.....P^oTaSd bju*
It was frank- Mroko. are nn.a.trusivc. In ihe
q >'.. -.. :< " ever, "'SueS:,'r:;,;k"";;'";::;;;,";:;'.,:::, T'.^tv'l^.^r^^.^ asB..1*?? pi :M,he,
i-
FINE
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
ymint:
exhibit, said:
JJ ,,;: I erjc* ..-.hnnK-MimK, and dlnarilj beautiful
ht on canvas lh,. S|M,hfl ,(.;, Pablo Ptcesso ly paint applied to
xrenV S^*?'* ;v,,rk' "' .back to the In (he tarty work, a simulation Child' deacrln
^v> the Influence <-i hi. new Heada and (inures wero built, not .,, JV
leasiin mutated, and named "~
M URMAWA. Japsno-e born A:n.ii,an arti-i wh<..> ti-intiii>
h* rained from bold [J ^, ,. ,.
i>otie n i Oriental ti uti
IfrimHHn
.in st I i-i'itfil !
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PI lll.\A MIOWK
ALSO
< 1114 K FEEDERS
OF
m, Boulbern Callforn
Ho I ipttli ed it :n full bloom.
0.'hat it still pulsates in its oil- ,.',',,;,,..
paint cmgy. He has taken Japan-
ese farms (in Southern Califor-
nia) for his subject mattOl
has made H Ul He has repro-
of desert
moon, the vermilion of iiint
He has captured Its sweep, and
Its lonelmCK.. He has watehw InO
sun play on Mount San Jaclnto
converted It into pig-
ment mlrrorlnea. He ..
and interprets."
All llii was 'i
work in 193.!. end durllla itw itic-
eeedinn 10 years v. hen Ins peuM-
Jngs won award wen exMMted
In sroup shows, and also found
buyers, r. i-valuation
of Serlnawa's wnrk a^ :
rich and honeat.*1 explained its
popularity.
However. In his review of Ihe
yoi:i.e. ,ir" work in 1932,
Tajiri wrote a Mrafrapti thai no
i B> i ft
attempts." Tnjni tiiid then, "no
eetAeUt Mfhtl Into in abstract
world, lie is not impressed by
distortion, nor the mad emitor-
tiotii of colour and theme of the
much mooted 'modern art.' "
With the advent of World War
II. ail waa changed In 6V 11
life and Ihe resulting effed upon
his work was to
last oba olato.
The outbreak of war betWien
the United Stata and Japan put
Si In a diflleult poaiuon.
Although Japanese by birth, by
education and Ihinke .
become an American. In 1940 hi
work had won the hOnOt
of the Fi.uiida:ii:i Of Wl
Art. an
exhibiting lUwtardi wan an
hlnh thai ari
best work for '
year his painting, Summer Vaca-
tion", won aecond prtaa tor at t' e i k.m, II.-
was Meadilv selluiR hh
end Keltnia- eonimissions for por-
* -i. Jasoil JoiIt'SlV (,'o.. lAtt. Distributors.
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Sea Seoul t and liarcourt
Betrul Troop
Trinidad Seoul-. Leave
by iht-
ohooner Rainimw M ' TrtnUad
i
ll> llIKil-l
Ho
'
On Thuriu|ay a letter .>f thanks
L idy Airar who
.-.., exaggerated and things
. h - fcj | KSl lingf-i
..uston was During theii short ttai
itic i*innd usei iii places
nnd there of Interest, attended Church Par-
ttgft ,tO g N "ii Buadaj I
n- in Aarnale.. are Tamo Flrr al V M I A grounds
I (Ion On Thursday night la-l.
The lo
- destitute, The
which
i it is ye.
r.iid.
ol Lady
Km loal
very
C' i mid
i>i>e that tbej enjoyed their slay
. BurbtMloa

V ,
fblltlf, Mrs. William* hud
written offering any cqutpmci,',.

needed by some of Ihe Companies nB,( ,(r
.ind Packs. In view d the new.- Saving i
;ir Bridgetown
(CMhniral) Groai
ON Thursday afternoon lust the
Sea Scout Seel-on ..I the 3rd Bar-
bados (Cathedral) Group, under
s M Mi C.rorgc Spencer
lesson in Life
Shoi Hall
Thte method* included
,unK (mm drowning" and
"artlAcId respiration"
It is Ihe Intention of this Group
Life Bavtiuj Scheme on
Ihe beaches of this island which
are moil frequented on public
holidays and Sundays The Grouij
be equipped with lifc-
Svine device- which would be
lent lo bathers so a* to ensure
,[, u lo 'nose learning to swim or
those who are not to sure of them-
selves, This will also murk the
ltr*l of a series of Public Servfi
Schemes among Scouts of
Udand
DM
HCW received about the loss su>- beach.
'3ined by the Ilcidqu triers. Gum-
< t ih' uld. when schools re-open
in ReDtember. consider what each
tan do to assist our sister
Guides in Jamaica
The Executive Committee
Thrt m Meeting of th-"
faeMtlve ConunittM ol the Girl
Am... liatton on Saturday.
18th August. At the end of the
nrcting Lad' Sav.iKe announced
th.it the BxecuUve Committee a'
Imperial Headquarters. London
lad warded the Silver Fish to
Uams. the Island Com
i -itstanding arvtc-
to the Girl Guide* Movement
This Award will be presented .
nn igluid h.iiiv during atari
VTS '" JWrtST! 'wk This Evening
I> poUca Band will a"ive 5
lean, laal J ,u Mr- William... concert ,11 t^ili-eiia Park al 4 **
our laland C, ,vc o'clock this evening. The pro-
been awarded the SUvn Mah by ernmm* II as followt:
the btacutlve t'ommillee at limn-- Grand March Fame and Glory
nal RMdqnarun, London Albm Matt
We olTer you om heartiest con- Clanalcal Overture Eamonl
ffamlatlOM on thi. well-newrved JL tlXSS
Rcotmuon ol VOUI nnUrin, and Ballad bon. Suite Four India
davoud ... , ... the Olrl fluid. '"*' ';>,"" ~ *SXur&*.?
"" I'.'.''. ....due suced rhurale t.vat..... Ilwi.n
lo mil Inlluanea and untiinlcd :,"clc" '-nara" _n,.,.|,.....
'Innd <-'...... .....a Tha UW a i Id
S.....r.i".
i!..ul- (.,,tlx.urri Classical Mtmorlat
Police Bund At
PORT-QT-SPAIH s-].t i
CAiN .....ued al Artrna ye^ter-
.-un*i day of iiu Prlfu-
i
.
FIRST RACK
Stewards Handicap
g|X FI'RLONCS
Monsoon (Henry up)
'I. M.t Own (Joseph up)
3 Sailor Boy
I'ari Wl.T* and t2 SO rnrecs'i i
ttkn.
SFXWfD RACE
Ntirwry Handlrap
1 Drury Lane (Lutehman up) '
2 Gallant Roek (Quested up)
1 Siring Hock (Newman up) i
Pari M1 and |1 80 Foreca''. '
nMI
I H 11! I) I. \( I
Drrhr Trial Slakeii
The Jester (Lutchmnn up
2 Fiame rvower (Joseph upi
3 1'uddha (Ali up)
Parl SIM and $1.24 FnreesM
glUI
FOURTH RACE
Fernandez & Co.. Trophy
1 Luplnus (Ca>uested up)
2 Ostara (Ali up)
3 Tutsleybelle iNiJdnn up)
Pari SMC and SI 4f. ForeeasI
52000.
FIFTH RACE
I C. Castillo Memorial
Slakes
] China Doll (Hardwidge up)
Top Flight (Singh up)
3 Dlapotos (Latlimer up)
Part III 18 and Si.90 Poreca*'
S1M82.
SIXTH RACE
Canning St Co.. Trophy
Hotbre-id (Joseph upl
I Blue Diamond (Reid up)
3 False Pride (Quested upi.
SEVENTH RACE
Ju-c Beverage* Trophy
1. Fly Away (Mahommed np> |
2. Mardl Gras (Quested up)
3. Sunglee (Lattimer up)
EIGHTH RACE
W. H. Scott 1. Rosernare IlJltchman upi
2. Fair Profit (Quested upl |
3 Battle Song (New up>
-WONDER WHEELS NO S '
( It's good]or
V the liver!
The Secret of //,
Hercules ni!Sstm
PLATING
Why does Hercules chromium
pliiing keep us beautiful high-
lustre" in any climate? The
-'i1! and care ol the Hercules
engineers is the secret From
start to finish of the plating
Mrocess they keep constant watch
n;cr the giant, modern pitting
tanlu at the Hercules factories.

WlBhW^
A glass of sparkling F.NO'S first thing in the morning Is
good for the lieer. It clears ih- head in no nmc. The
wonderful tffrrv*%untt \\ cleansing jnd refreshing to a Male
nasty mouth. The non harm-forming Uxatnt action keeps the
system regular. FNO'S is pleasant to take, h contain* no
Glauber's Salt, no P.psom Silts and in it* action it is gentle
yet quickly effective. A real familv remedy. Keep your
Fruit Salt' hsndv I
Eno's
Fruit Salt'
SPBCIAI.lt ft" "\t\tr*OFF>
Ul IRUM.1 t \K ACTION.
W K HI si'sr ii:. i in RISHNISg,
mi mi sm is in %nrni'RN. *.
ONf Of THE HUGE HERCULES
PLATING INSTALLATIONS
Hercules
Buitf. fa**/
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iii Guide
T -i .mi1 u.i" iiwn.
round Bieia ra.
V/f extemiioj Qrand alarch Cleopatra _
.1 d ii.i i .i! long
l
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-Man.lMUMi,
Hytniu Sun ol mj
BOUI N- 24 A I M.
(i jt u i haw Prooai i
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Cod Save Tr> King.
n in l iiin.n ,,t 4U Ten years let-1
Ihe Jewish ihiit i in .i Ibt laigest Jtsrlah
ujrd. died III I rat, hospital ii.nlv in thi- world and the largest
n: i lltOl i>l 'it.- HaUv roreign language newspaLH'r in the
forward then.....lU aawapaptr, Unit-sj States V.P.
MUSCULAR .ATIGUE?
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rdj. .-!. Iikmi-
ott quickly i.-ip.
>ou to ili K*p
Macleans
JaiiDj^ilM TOOTH PASTE
keeps ^ii^liJ WWm
and healthy
Over
40?
No more after-forty fatigue!
' to enjoy life as you ahouid.
n Mad happy iutereat In
nd you. thin advertisement
i "jntleea numlier? of
1 I. ,v (ni.v.'il Hint, il you
- reui'Mrfb, your steady
it and eftMHlttlsv
i.d. To regiln
- miig.ritv.nn.l
full of anetva i .in. tfcfi
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fortifies the over-torties
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u.

WERE YOU AWAKE LAST
NIGHT?
were T" etitavlng Hi il sweM reatfol sleep in
tarj w gang betltl<'
VOILL BLEST OCTTLlt
on a
HYPNOS INTERIOR SPRING
MATTRESS
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Sew ftip-m--m jutl received al
Cs#. at gstaa.1 I Tador Slrrn^
fwd'FIVE STARcars
$ov.i-.uir.il ciiccesw* of ihe 1950 British Motor Show, ihe new
Zephyr Si' and 'Comul' pioneer 'Five-Star' Motoring. To their
designer* and engineert goes the credit for ihii brilliant achievement:
the incorpoiailinn or evert desirable feature ai (he most economical cost.
'ITAR' FEATURES OFTHE ZEPHVR SIX AMD CONSUL INCIUDF
S) Vilve-m-htavd Fn(ii>et (47 b p
tht Zepl.yt Sl).
* Super-ii<
Caasii Metis*
he Consul; ft! b h p In
n'cir-eiMurifig All-Sieci Welfled Integral Body
Sr Centre-tlung setting . restful. reto*"if.
wColl-ip-ung Independent Front Wheel Suspension; buitt-ln
dfc-jMc-Of nnj sh * lRSSaM*atSHM, smooth-stopping Hfdreulit Brakes
SEE THE
HYESTAir
ZEPHYR SIX AND CONSUL!
\*DI ST 0D 01 DAGtNHA*
IHAS. MC. ENEARNEY & Co., Ltd.,
=
LISTEN
TO THIS
IF YOU CA1\!!
COiXQlER IH.IIA TIM.
HI MUM, II 111! THE
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in:\iki\4. Ain
LKT t'S HELP YOU overcome your hearing difticuhies. We will chart
your hearing loss ond fit you with the exect type of HEARING AID best
suited to your individual need.
COMPLETE WITH BATTIKIKS and no hea%ier lo carry llian a cigarette
ca*e.
(Uiaranieed by the Makers ugulnsi drferi in nianufjclurr.
IV-i and Deniunsiralion made siilhoul obligation.
Dial l!" lor Appointment.
tIA.VMM. A tO.. LTD.


SINDW M I'll MB* P. 2. 1951
si NOW \D\OCATE
I'm.i ki.kvi:n
Canti en O/wnvtl
Mr It V Tum
reUry accompanied b:
and son. yesterday morning
opened the new Pol* I
situated at Centrnl St. '
lore going to the canteen he
bought Um iirst tick.
Police raffle which is to help in
Idings for
boys' and girls' club-
island.
Mr. Turner in opening th new
anteen said that Colon
| lin was always brimful
fir improving th<* life of the
Pan
The new can tern lie? opposite
the old quarters of the band. The
batVM of tin- Bit
packed with tins of salmon,
jwarhe-s. etc. ;itl th<> things that
the policeman would d<
n barrocks.
On his arrival at tl
Mr. Turner was met by Capt. W.
Armstrong attarhed to A i .
and on going into Ifai
shook hands with Writ 1
Winston Sealy who was looking,
after ths business of the canteen.
After opening tho canUcn Mr
Turner, his wife and ton accom-
panied by Colonel It 1
and Major Stoutc inspec'cd the
-
Welsh Athletics
Records Go
In me 120 yards hurdle? I'. H
llildreth (Achilles) and J. Dull*
,Pol>>, representing the AAA in
the athletic match against the
Welsh AAA it Newport, both
lowered the Welsh u 11 comers
record of lS.3secs. Duffy
>
: cross wind Mc.l)or...
quailed the Welsh all-comen re-
:'.*(- I..I '
WEIGHT RECORD GOES
Jim Fuchs. American holder of
the world's ]Hittin*-
record, smashed *
comers record for the en-nt whin
he putt 56ft. 6) ins. at an lntea>
national athletics meeting at Rrl-
1:ist recently. He
<>us best by .i MlOW-An
l| ms.
500,000 l^miu-tl
TO I ..iIhhii I I -
SINt E the
Mousing : Mrted Just
.' iKK) appli-
cants have received tMc
loan*, th. AdvM^te learnt from
lay. 1 jew
i
ot the ssoo.ooo rhl
B repaid.
Over the it were
i'imber of about 4.700
-i.: loans
mtifiUng t.. |inoo.ooo
|
are engaged m the sUflai
maintain a high sens.- of appreci-
ation of the work beins
on a whole are making all effort)

D, V M Haynes of the Depart-
Crop Over
Nam thai the crop is over and
ikent are not working
e, each who has been
ssOSsMd a loan rcptiv, ;it ,m .u.
am- o( $3 per monVi "Thev rcpav
wiihnglv." he said.
of them look forward to
i high percentage of the
' not! ..11, and securing
is for carrying out
-md extensions to their

il to allow loans
;t- pe/sihle. It
encourages thrift ami the condi-
tions of houses over a period are
In proved
Of the 2.000 fio were allowed
loans. 200 have alreadi
building their
I bo have ilm-hcri their
repairs or,
At present about 150 appli-
cant come to ike office
to ma Hoofing i^n. onice to
apply fi-r loans. Loans are
in Instalments and
before .mother instalment 1
allowod, the applicant h
bills and ameurnes
submit tn an Inspection of the
progress he has made. l>efore ho
| more money.
With ragardf to the u
MM. iin.iv attention i
i Un| Mt Haynci
said.
SCOREBOARD
roi it i .
i"i ii i
MV.IIs.ts I
'I <(- * la-
HARRISON 1-ULUX1E Fim lin
. K.nOi b Br
- Hop* run ni
C Blackmail c rirnwr b Mullm.
N lla 'iw r BWnmsn b IfBUll
Mr Uttwv Blmman b BVt*
J Wilium, b B>.i
It. Dnh b BWtuum
K UnUth S Bl k hi!
H s m -ris M it
ib BlHtmtn
ToUl <** S mH>
BUWt.rNii ANALYSIS
i -a. a -a i **.
ML SI. ft HI.
M*IIMG AN U .sis
nuii'ii
By.r
Id
>. m i-<
ahrsaass
1-alai
. M I- I -1.1 1.-,,
Hlaa
K MuKaUfaaoi. n. IM>I
on r .ub b Aumi
H ll.itrhin.wn c Of-rnidar
JP UaSM
Brai.Hr.
C Whltr r Durlr b t BranM
O. Kdshlll b Au-tln
G Hardina n..i out
W XUn-hall not mil .
aantsa
|H) 1 BMl drtd>
r.ii ,.( ...i. 1 II. )->. 3 It
I TO. 5,-Tt. s-ss, ?-ie
BOWLING ANALYSIS
H A...ISI. |ft I SS
K IL.nkrr II | S
h i >'i a is
i. ."** r (it F Brail Whil. b Warrrn
I Bi.rkp b Warrm
Tnial 'to* 3 arktaJ
I ANALYI
n IrafTaa
rt< KHIC K i
M \MII.|.
*atn*t SSW
1. G Hoaa ! .
II I
Hu* 4 It-
M Ta>loi b Mr Mrtomw
gawseai <> b Ml McCom-
S M.fK'ii rw.l oul
L. Woud t Mr McC-cma b
BVSeBSS
GtrtTidjr net out
ilia- b.'
I k'.
. uMaianiai
M4r*r>l>l iBBJtasa
Hani an i laansa I I -
K>.k. .,. SS
I Proverb* Sn^ii" i. Uiatb..:i- 47
s(M -k AiMta b
|lral>4Mr S
Man>i,.i. i S
4
i lAwlr.. not out -I
SI. Hill > Kins b (.urn IS
M em s
s
Total iro 7 sraai on i iu
PH0SFERINE
for youthful
vigour!
Lack of vmllrt h a familiar lymptixn
ktaay. Nothing really wrong, peork
(eel. hue sfanply that tlwy have Tost ih-
rtormal haprr teirnc of hie I h.
reserves are low. Their rntlienr- !.
vanished. Thev nerd
a tonic If ihii it
jouf csst-^tan laking
PHOSFERrNE for a day
or nro,
Fall of wkl> : 1 SB. 1 S4.
IM | M - IU, l
HOW UNO ANALYSIS
Kkss s i a
4 a
Grant 14
BraUiwaa* n i a
I'OMrirrlMKBg Snui.ci Irmin
Kl i
i. Aikit,...n
K .
PHOSFER1NB begins its
good work by reviving the
apr-enie. 'Tins, in turn,
starts a whole sequence of
nenetits. A good digesann
waits on appetite (iood
iligcstion enriches the
bkmditream. feeds ike
nerves, builds up strength
and r:\etf\- Trv
PIIOSFER1NB todaT
for buoyancv, reaibence,
confidence. 10 drops at
PHOSFURINB equal
Tabkts.
*$$
THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS
|W 0.r~*oo. Drt-litr. Mlf.iUo",
ri.k-i.k m >M . .. .''!?E.-'~1 '""'"*' "'"
n.Mttr It.- b KIM .,^_^^_^ I'.nrr.^^ 9 | |
TALENT SHOW ENDS IN DRAW
.iSmEX1 ,'sol? '"t c'nwd"" T"n"1-"1 s""i - .<-
.menttoti trit* Inil i-'tlurtnantv Intduced 1o km
!!.*!! ? "" a Show at IM n
C.1..1- Thratrr
rSv' ZZ,'*i s";l"d, "ub"i CI...H. T........... 1 ,,.
by Krllh campDrll. (urmrrljr or wai iwardad U> I
SUPREME IN Ql'ALITY AND FINISH
Alan -
C.ALV. OIL CANS I. 2 i r.ltt. s.fr.
T-tlaW LkI.'"'":^
11 Riirtti (K siKirr
Ipana's fresh mint flavour ma. sa an ln^tanl s(ipea]
ten snd lparu kjas aflacttva .1* H is rr:ir.|^ bj
'rherc arc tiro ssassi raaaoM lot ihw. ip ,
hue tuiinuU luhtt iin-th del iv r*J wduCJBSj ludtormmi;
Kktcria and. mavuged into nu- guOMi 111
healthy lirmnes. "l'his in iimIi kj a safeguard against
tooth losses, more than hall ol "huh btjm (mm gum
trouble.. 1'ivlloM the IcaJ ol w 1 i* parents "ho IM
.hildrcn Ifafl aWl
MHinJ gums both.
Ipana for both
BARBADOS BOYS' & GIRLS' CLUBS
(Sponsored By the Police)
.00
Help to make
BETTER CITIZENS
and win these
valuable prizes
It AI F I, E
To raise funds for the
running of these
CLUBS
ten of which are
now in operation
2nd l'ltl/.l
A 7.4 Cubic Feet
Frigidaire
Isi. phiz*:
This beautiful A 40 Austin Car
a III I'ltl/I
An All Steel
Raleigh Bicycle
Fully equipped
3rd. I'HI/I
A His Master's Voice
Radiogram
Ratfle
* Prize.
hi. 1*111/1.
An ever useful
Singer Sewing
Machine
Tickets are on sale throughout the Island and can be had from all Police Personnel
on December 20th, 1951.
Drawir. j takes place
.


I' M.I I1I\I
SINDAV .M.MM Ml
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1SS1
Vivien Leigh: A Brilliant English Actress
I I \M.MI.\ |J\S



And about the ttr*
person to rcud .ill thai
.1V We*! Eiu! v.-t-
I he Naafe ..t Virtue
had rone down to flat '
four In Uh ce what
would say about hrr
" -ng h' with stall i.-. Only
it short time before this she h^c

in a i,
l he lireeii Smb. It/*
long and dinVul- purl for a clrl
..
lo produ
I'hr Mj-.ii of VkiMr.
that he was influenecd by her



my own judgment, plus
.1 knowledge of poimlltl
allowed HI* lO rend her I
.. | |
ileitmy ftniCh -
aaaaor of the*.
horn in Df N i!i Bengal,
i
hood. Afi- i H
nd and left

: :r- s.i. rad
Kara, 1
mil, sh-
acted in school plays
a b

in at the
look het with Ihom

. 11
i like a
her toft-
\ent acnoi
aha parked up 11
too, an* atudtod
Finally a finish-
ing school in Qjirvarla pol
her (itiiim and
for akl
AH thi--. experknea <
ed widet: Rd d gave ksi
an [Might Into divan* rhanctai
made hat multi-lingum.
waa abla to do what fvw


h, ,< rmait and

i
i . Letgl Holman. But

- the Royal
\ Drama) Art. Here
ide an imnn"
prvhsion. and what
was going to have baby

at the prospect o!
promising younic aetvaaa that tiny
iouUI licit brtsj II
Bui if you know ih.it you have
the making* of a good >
OgpOOt nal content III routine
. Vivian Hartley ami
soon bai; I the ha i> a .
.nil ln-t Linum.il beauty won her
walk-on Bra] English
. Although Tl
looked '
" i <>!- u'irl In I IIInx
i kbaaa arr l.ixikliiK I p.
On the advice of lv. i

Vivien i. | h i hen
...
Plaids. 11 is
*-ard to bcltevc thai onlj law
.....
een her in The Mm*, of Vlrtii-
Iba greatest
VIVIEN I.FH.II
young discover} aince Meggie
\
Uaa in getting things v
Many a starlet has blazed into
prtifiuneitu mil, to subside UtlO
obacurily Would Vivien Leigh be
I thoso Homan Cat '
Certainly thv dangers w*i <**'
Kord.i, the film magnate, who
had I fu hei on the liit ghl
offered hat .1 Bve-year (Hi.....r.-
trnct ftarting at CTN
'"i fjent, countered by
showing him three cable offan
from American lilm D
and Korda put up the liartlng
figure lo j.fn.
Many a girl sroull havi t
ind lUowadl 1
01 d Into a screen idol bul
.
acauaa she thinks
1

tii.it aha ihoiud naka only two
have six month .
stagta v/onL And an
thaalra aaara were able to see
this lovely girl In John Glelgud
Irkaffd ii. with Ivoi NoveUo in
ktaa Daarfaohna' The h*pi
HviMxrilr. and .it UM m
Lilian BralthwaiU in A MMaam-
mef Nlahtt IHeam
Ail this time Korda sansd ha
have forgotten bar. it was not
until 1W3U that he gave 0J
.n-waitini! m his lilm
Fire Over Knaland. Sli.
cited to And that I 1
in this illm waa Laurence Olivier
whoa* acting she very much ad-
mired, and when they met at the
Denhum Itudloi she said how
i\ they >rara net*
.1 "We shall i
I I ilivier'.s
repl) "People always get sick
ther whan the] make 1
toad tii.v fell hi love.
Dl cernlni not eed iuo-
l 1 it of them when
;':i wen acting tooi
stuge or screen. It was particu-
larly noticeable when Olivier
played Hamlet u> Vivian ix-igh"*
((pluiL, in Ihj courtyard of
Kronberg Castla al Malnnte
Together, off stage, thej ki
\) charming and well
matched. The lint time I saw
Hi summer
..ncniciiii win,, they walked into
my garden In the oguatrj n
! u 1 k 1 n k ronversiitmn I
1 ..-ii u ih had U
:i 1 had in my hand-
(.i.ne uith Ihr Wind. V. Bl
replied. "I like Scarlett O'llaru.
and I fhould like to play hei in n
nil to Hol-
lywood and got the part.
.ii..iiit in) ti. -
mendous since in the Dim hut
mil parbana, the palm she took
.1 Before appearing as
irletl pent n inj months
reading about America at the
u.....f the Civil War This U
. h.n.ii taiistic nt her. Mlie WMI
abaorblni some bygone period
and getting the feel o.* It. As the
the film ol
(MMr and I leupatra.

..cars of study.
Thii last film was made In
>hob)y no oil
in the world could ha< i
the part of the eaprtcM -
clawed, kittenish girl-queru with
ita a touch Shaw wai
irlighted and wrote a new scene
IM2 she had re-
lumed to lh stage with a won-
derful performance of Duhrdat's
ante in Shaw's Hector's IHIeensma.
., 1 thi. she followed up three
yean later with an altogether
. onithing success in Thornton
I he Shin ol ..iir Teeth.
laat play, nev 1
of man!;.-. f diama-
tiseri comic strip, she began aa
Sabane, the aterria] gkti
Mis Allan'
l.ilitn in .1 beach eaatUI
itod vivan-
facnln m lveace of the
A'l-i '.nally she was
Miaa Somers. the actress who
1 trad mi .. three arta and who
oken ISkfa l
. nee ohvu r whom KM '
WllUanllj I'.inied, put this pi;*)-
e glomv prophciies of
inevitable failure, and largely
through her acting it
1 ( w ded houses.
who had Imagined that
a*e was being hoisted to undue
:h the help of Laurence
Olivier were obliged to .ittci their
" ti
he name part .
Anouilh's Antigone, a r
lor deep resources of imagMatto
CO and technical aki '
.
how wrong they
I her larrlfk per formal, e
. in Tenneaaee W.ll-n*
\ stref*-ar Naan
Startling Prrdklions
In itiur Honisfopf
Your Real Life Told Fraa
f>i.-. it U a.-i
deeo.leiaajC In playing the iwu< 1
11. ( Jf sad Clewpalra. -he ....
de\ eloped bronchial trouble and
for some lime she was in "
health It mut have L ireinenoi. itrala on her play.no.
'gaat parts
on record, with scaraely a num-m
' -age and with rap"!
rom itellcaey t d.--
; 1 .1 n simplicity to
ending with hystei ..
anj rnadr.css The play arouse.t
rltleahli among the
.: of morality, and Wild
t-nthtisiasni among others; but all
M to admit that Vivien
irh had become a greu; 1

the girl Clro;
ito tjucon tn
II t arMr and Clepatrj and
%aton] ana fftoa-
r-t'a I Uurenee
hta at ton-
'< in each

woman. The critics ooru-mcr it Die
fine( acting ol
(0**' Realism for one U
has the aortousne
and merciless sell -


ally praise of I I
as if that was the
her fame. I'rmiariK aha wants to
be an actn
fled witn bataall and
trying to overcome her 111 1 I
Off stage she is gay. charming
and informal, perfect *
har Mandk Viv* 0 ^ and vary
animated, she bubbles .
vertatien if the topic mtereals her
She loves antlq 1
'hiu.i nd 'lr-l adlllOHI. of which
. ., gang >.
ll a specl.illat In Interior decorat-
ing, a marvellous ball-room dancer
and a good rider.
1 l affectionately lo their friends tin\-
. ae am ihe gtagliah
equivalent of the Uint legend 10
Ihe USA. IbO
already achkeved

of ambition for new
Vivien saya she u Bail
...
with l*rry and lour thi |
wealth Sh.- .....d I I
appear in screen version
Shaw pi.i. I 1 'id Shaw
she has always had ".<
admiration.
rI rul the ami
s,3

ot R a
1 pi -
M g
Tbr. will
ii uwpf-w.
in .out full iui.
4JrTM and 01c
*l.(-ll I,, VUUIH-.f
.. ...1 -if A It.. i <' w .

aavhl '' '
afteeea obh ~*^>
Mint rl 1 1
.
I : I
ti.-. H *e lava .< '

1,000 People Attended Victoria Ebthibition
IT IS no wonder that 1
1.000 people visited the llarbado.
Museum during the past three
Bnd a half week.- to Ifl ift U '!
.'.tinh asgci
then- tn lapraaanl the Victorian
Age. It km interesting, watching
1 ptcturt (ui'.i-
'..,.. \
The exhibition ^..s staged this
vo.ir oecaiisc this year is the
eententary of the Oread Exhibition
which occurred In Ilwle Park In
1831.

were lent (o the Museum by about
flu i>ersons. Visitors had to pay
a mall fee which went In aid of
the Museum's collection fond
I In I .ii.l >. .,
I uri'luuN exhibita ol histoiual and
U m latteraal ronaactajl with
I'.i'iadoa The exhibition vni
1 Iruiuj achedulad to enq on the
lendai ne la the 1.umber 'if
l>eople who still wanted to see thi
ifler that date.
The mun who
whole show was the Curator of
m, Mi Navllu Cental]
Than wag the nil
ha 1 11. .nut fuim-
1 made up Ihe di m In :
room oetiings .,f the age The high
ba> lied ehjali km 1 prim, the
Irmpa were drowsily decorated
Od theio was a
aiMiut tho books which ware
placed m the stimewhnt ancient
table, llut there .>-. howevei i
halite, touch In the
painted Mraui which baautlAad the
There was a pn mi
1. avai itlon cfaali ^^ I- ::
pteea "f Ittrnltura 1 two, but
looking at the type of thick win"
glasses in the neat bj 1
v ., told <>f the imugni
araj whlki sipping wtne in 1
: ing.
What seen..-,; Ughl 0U the st.m I
but which many might have
thought 'I Id f the
collection were IWO
hi metaL. In making the two
hounds, the aculptor without elToi I
carried "m* back to the tensoncs-
of the hunt. He hud the
Mi.an*Hi. the body potted end
atari and Ihe face at, waltti 1
for thalr mast.r> word I
not help watching them in 1
imagining the thrill of the tporl
of the day.
There w,v | ghavUlfl minor, '.he
type Which men u ed U. twist
d. ut tn niH th mglc they
1 when blocking their
beards and mouitadie to the
manner of the times
A picture pubUehed In in'l
Chrlal leaving the
11 There wa- :
that picture and "
manhnoil.
. could have g ,ne
MO the shape of
the Victorian Age while the few"
eller might get the feeling that
the ehatai and trinkets were worn
on special occasion! lo ova toe
wear.i t, V.etniian diKnitv
i'M inn of the long sweeping
rrll Qm ...... ised to we ir
find some of the frilled dresses too
ware arranged among Ihe cxhlh-
Local curios collectors and sell-
ers eOUld have had a look at the
sea-ahells useo to be
,.. ..
Uons then
There was .. gloss In Ihe trink. *
box which gave a view of thi
Paris Bxhll
Looking .it [nil th
ease in which ll
.1 a Uttla
da//iinn ague he
high lull lookii
upon I few neat Imlldings in a
beautiful ell II
cue was a watch hangjii
nd, This stand Was ju
d furniture.
The mhitiitiut:
bain eon ,
historical worka ol the
iliere
The style of in, bog which th
lroopfc on OhrUUJUUV IBOti n
outh Al
And ininglng out the I
of the age, then
Of Iht Agricultural Reporter
vhich waa seeing "Etpjallty" 1.1
Rights" 5(1 yi
Thai pen,.I ||... i; ., 1 .,. .
linung too, of 1 on p which

11 ife I liana in I87i.
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BBI i i-ii OCIANA m: \\i ii
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by nrm.'.
A 1.10 House with t. '-> -u feel. IJom,-
RN L'nder attSt AT ni'lTTi >N* X Hi.
A Good Hou (a ii. ; ... Omraj | Cider >1.J BV C'>I>HIN<,TtN HILL.
A atone Built Holier SUlri v r.
No* all Arable. (.o.i Rh L'ndef men
AT TUDOR STRKBT. \ I.
Ki.'-n Stone Rullt T-n-Saa*., BuM-
-e.- h-i. i. A Rewide < wild I. ,-
<""! " Wrk.no|. Hrrentlv Repaired
..!.<< Painted, all Modem Convrnimcee
u.dih about M'i I- i.td, abani > n
\anl. Ooing (. Un.l. i Csaot
a*t* ataut I *0t to 1 2,0tt
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ll-.i(aU. ail Mod-
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If CMnrM. Under 1.000 Can Buy ll
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i.m Rlone Rullt Hi"...I-
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! oilier- Partly Itona Built in A-l Condi-
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Only Al.BaO Cn Bu Tham AT MAW
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4* ttone tlnllt Bun-
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fl.it.rr Gaiden. ..bout 11.00* q II Pullj
I-i rlol with tlon- AT CATTiJ.WAJHI
H.Tfl^irilA A Rare t'haiirr IW Under
r Roeey. A-l Condition, all Modem Con-
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It M. f, .M|
A . thin, in Heal tatale. If I Can't
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u.furn^feu
photo *
tan ( "t ...... .....mn
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PBOPaWTY A0J. THAT certain pieca or pael of la
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i-f Rd. aeveau*n rVrcnn o, vrr*bObW io( -
low Peirftee are kn 1R* PU*li<- Road hii'(>' ma*itk>nad> *n
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jnrf Kr-drmptloi of t'urrnno Notm
SffUon 3 111 (bI tl thr
ruTTnt\ Art, ItM
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and bound T.. u-. wRk the meeatjaa* ar awailina ka-aaa anol al
Other the bwlktlnX "Ad e.relle>. Ihaream
roucr i t
of Bald lath t-p'ember. Hal
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Ml KI'IIV DIBSaX FNf.INF
are Invited for tl:
Eurchase of one (1) Nnw M".i
IEoo Six Cyllndar 6" x fl','
Murphy Dieael Engine mountea
on cnRinp '.enath welded sleet
tkicli. lenxttt 103 ~ 8". radlttoi
cooled and anu4pBftdl ifttl
enclosetl Twin II:- ntivrcr tain
Wo II roll ttnrtln,-
battrnes with i ll It Had ta
and lubrnatinfi oil cooler foi
tropletii opo*auon. Rat
II.P. Intermittent i.*o H.P. eon-
llmKMM ai I2W) R P M nt M
level RBd '> f ambient; alo i
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tooled ii. i d to \i"
City Engineer marked:
"TKNDERfi FOR MURPHY
DIESF.1. ENOINBr
and thou It) raacli t'..- City Bngln-
eer. Port-of-Bpaln, not I Ltn thai
Saturday Iftth September, i5i
_ti.e.st
ran prr d.
lalk
Betlaa
ll.ii,.4... Barbate*
B Aim
10 Bept 11 Kept
30 Bepi. 31 Repi
11 Sepi 3 Ocl t Ocl
_ in Oct 11 Ocl
l Ocl how on
Arrive! Arrlee.
n-.l-n n.lil-m Maatreal
3T Bapi- Jt haM 3 Oet
n Ocl MO.I I No*r
s Shopkeepers
Kodak 3S.
... fn .,..,;,-, h^','^,r"-" ""
tintninif and fncperlenc*, plus
ent lettt-
' ll\ A I... I.
p i i- being appliod foi On '
town BpnUcanti hould enclose
raeaat Lhotogrfiph Appltcatloni
to be ooui'.-iii LO
THE HONORARY SECRETARY,
CfeiUran'l Convalesee;it HODM)
.He.-.
Red Cross Headquarters.
F'-e I Qi aetown,
;. Guiana
2 9 51-jn
Attend IBB Mcctuii: >>i
THE
SIIOI^KKI-PLKIIV
aamem
Al
IgtlttaQfi I'AKK
Al 2.110 p m.
On
Tlll'RSDAY. fiTM SEPT.

Iniporliinl llusimv
atT Do Not Fail '.
Fresh Stocks
Just Received
PAPK DAVIS SACCHARIN TAB*
I'AKK DAVIS HAt-ATfM. COMP.
I'AHR DAVhS PALATOL PI^IN
PARK DAVIS IIV1BRON
PARK DAVIS BEET IRON I
709
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
rVfj.
BL4D0N
CB.
a r s.. r v a.
\OIIII
Nl thcr llH UMUl IM
,\. : Ihe Brul>h r.
dWI" will be ra-
, i ill ...
debts conlractrri by the crew
-1 during tier lUy
at this port.
K W C1IISI.ETT.
h. P. MUSSON. SON
ITU Aimll.
31 8 51. In.
Ollll M XI
SOI vi:vins
(.in- Curio*. Jewela
Alili'ilirs. Iwr- Silk-.
M... Bd
HUMS
Allt'iilioii!
I III I \IIO\ III I' I
I'KINi ll'AI.S Ol ( (II
II f.l -( iiuni -.
ALL MAVU.I.KS
'>.!. (.,.,.. .-,.i v, ran
Kchool Teacher Normalltrut
yearn Teacher.- I. .
aeefc Miployme'.t to ira in collea-ea -"i
Trathiim e*per.-n<
and po-iil..n- rtt-kL
War aaevlre f*
Partir-piimn in out
at,
I Oamea lecord
i Administrative elperlene-
I klrdiral CrrliOcwti' <<< flt.ir
HnifhiHiie knnwi
The
lef-i
! .I addrr
n>e Iwn-djailed Da
CONIbTUS
< Mai.da and
mi ta i Hint
BOut
I nth Avenue Bellavltla, 81.
Ii< pert li.n tit Opptll
L. U TVmpln. Mh Av.
For further parlleuli
nf >.ilr apiilv M
COTTLE CATTORD B CO
It t SI -NED
"MORSES
'"""PILLS
The itatrmenl Wrlher with Orliflcal.
Mirth .hould be attached to a coverlni
-tier nf apptlration
Ckndhtolaa livint In the Umle.1 Klrta
awt .h.mlrl -end their itpliratntne t.
1 Wdal ln.lu Ciunmll .,
< to N.,rfolk Btieet. tendon. W C 3 to | Bltd Itt ft der "l Mai
.aeh him bt the tnttt Replrmhr- ItSI rh.
cundiitm
the f*arribean nrea
nd their application to the
s.iirtirt AlenandK Brhool .
> 111 ftl Mad Rl fell llarbado*
Rock ley

/rVrV//eVAW/rV//rV.'A-:
Mt USES m N.m <;aid.i IV
Matthla. and lha Cily
One >3< Acre apot of land al M.
Alxi buildinn ritaa with 10 I' Ii
II rraaonabli
ii. at
';.--',%*,*.'.---'-*,*.---,-.',*,'-*-*-*-''",
A NEWS FLASH
TRUSTED RCMCDV 1
'OR OVER j
I ^-^y-^gftViaaSr^;, ) ***** |
I BEWARE of worms! j
1
mg
-I pit
Modern It I
i' is lett cost I v
huikl thai, a bulldln.
|ienxl rit |
to
..it
"iRRlNDAUE WATKINS
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THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY
'Tell me ti'hnf 'Aiti lit:.-,
fid I'M le'l
Od food
you .v.
Int.
il.tiri. Soite i* Chair* and
Iteei, Uoiible and M>tMc
Settee* lldit Rat k. Cneat* "I
i Palo. Larae Open
Coffee TBWaa, Ili^ina
table. 13 Dlnlnf Chaira. S Tlei
kattn. Tea Irulle>. Round
'ip-T..|i Tahie*. I*i Mont*
oTHiaai Table. Telephone
Fable, Bid aboard*. Lwu
..th s.iale and
Triple Mirror*. Cheat of Drawer*.
!:., .... i. I.-.i ii-..-. T .i.
Chain. IT tinale Bad* *Vttk
Vono Spun** Carted Sirdjla
Red. D-.ut.lr lied ALL THE
ABOVE IN MAHOGANY 1 l>
hollered Couchea. Eve Mlnla-
int.- i.t..i .'. '.".. Clock, TiWr
ofaard t-mpa. Carpal i
dea oecaauii. Tablra Walnut side-
board. S..i*l -^11* lined C
i fail ill am coadt
houw Frtdae. lamall*. Btal'^d
Deal Vi'ardrottev imm**. Cj*h
Ion* and Run* 1 Mr.i..n' CaBB.
nei.. Itttli Cana Upii.i Chair.
Ware Cui-h.-id. Ulaa--nre. Hand
PalnWd. IVs-rrt Ba*. tSM
ed Tea Set. Ch'.a. Lar.a Col-
1 aMahun ivt* anH
Pane. H uienaiU,
Itcaaiire iVa.i Kuenan T-bte*.
--. *|. hat rnir.t Mattieaae..
i i iraei rtra '-
Itntul'her* l*r*e Pl-ted Srvina
l 1'late.l C.d Tra*. Mltr
plated Milter tee*' ml'. Tied and
Can. OalvanUed Waah Tub and
BaBBB other aanirted Itenu
I .iM B*lrr*kr>t>al> *.t*.WI-l>

AUCTIOMIKS
l.la-.Vfi II,..
A F S F V A
IMimir 4t:ilr
Plantations lluildiui:
WK WOULD WKIXOMi; TIIK OPPORTUNITY
TO FILL YOI'K ORDERS FOR
ll III I i MMAB in mi. and VESTS
\
..:-,:-.::
THE IK.XTHAL EMPOMUVM
Corner ol Broad A Tudor Btrectl
LET r.S 1.1 I HH.I llll.lt
ii HI: ti balllf or lu-a nl
TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM
(Witt The Oislinclive Flavour)
Its flavour and smoothness is pleasanl lo the Tasle.
.ioii.v . t.wi.oh a mm I.TII
FOR SALE
VIUA BOtA". Paaaaae Road.
Michael. AltraaUit Mid orn>
|U located alone bungalow wllh
ho- tantfaa*>***U Appro*. I*.
t.ina a fron' atta I
RicitkiJii lift, a.
ad bun-
talow conalructed of Mooe oMfe
wallabo kindled roof The acroin-
runilat* of an encloard
anlkrry. HetMJ as**, dtsriiwj room.
...d dsmble >ii The
ly haa a wide lean al one

Bt .SUALOH JM,. |ll Very
R hoina
with minimum labo.it I
r.'-idah*. rood liMn* room.
loilct. Il!id kilchn'.
with .in
m. ith polMhed
pine lloonne throuttiout i
,lt (Hipi.lar r^-
' RAOATI.LI.E HOIS B." tt
Truinji A" i
country liouw With approx 5
acre* plu* additional I1. acrr< if
requlied Ttvere are i bedroom*.
I lounaei. dlnlnrf room, I aneloead
aallerta.. 3 balhrooma. kltrhen.
pMiIrr. aarvanU" room*. 1 Oeraae*
bulldinta Tint
property M well rlet-ated and
mand* excellent view of in
Jainex roaatllne
-fkMrlt I inE".Afiru>li
- ttltli double
.:,,-, ..... .., H tfak .
.11 laid
ornamenUI gmdcni.
hubbarlea large paddock, all en-
bv wall and lenre The
houae conlaina vary large lourifea.
dining room, gallcrte*. 3 di-ibic
atfaroa, garage* and outkntiding.
f'AMBBAI'. Proaprrt. SI
Jamaa. -'--
Miund ronalrucuon located on
good t
100 rt of tea Irontage Pint
sandy beach and toad safe
I rung The nouar ha* 3 large
4 bedit
floor with inllar men
Oils property would be
ly aulUble for ronvenlon
Oueat House Ijiw figure
Hill
1 It- alone -all. and
alog roof There n a
Shaped
bedrooms anifa fa
pnniry. oar-
om wllh tub
olar hrattng tnatal-
.... -k, | ,t
The ground* of about ' an
are heavily wooded wllh
Mahogan' and Flamboyant trees
Lawns and atone flagged ter-
luded walled
garden, attractive I-'ntion cloae
ta (own
'........i; ii .1 -i St.
Jan'- An Estate House built a|
tone with pine rlnnr* and shingle
root S reerpliou. t bedx
vciaiidah* air also garage and
us -Jl out build nuts The house
stand* on appro* 4 acre* of well
Umbered land -ii.ahotan> ap-
pr-voehed bv a long dnvewav
Hanked with clo-elf pU.H.d ma-
tree- The outslanding
attraction of "Holrlar-." i. the
*..> lovely site which haa lha
l' KHIlll Hill tl '. Hriltons
Croaa Rd Fine raample nf a pre.
1 -lores Rarbadun home
pervading nn atmoapliere of mal-
low tolldilv mchsiKM bv the
Old World" garden In which H
ttaat. The euvere >f the houae at but ana of
feature* about "I.ick-
n .--rilng the lounge
reuti.il stairway in-
vnriablv rcriivea favourable rooi-
irent The -rnarate dining i
ippreelaled and also
he sanall study and long wide
randaht A property well worth
rwmg if real t-.l-ie for money
f wanted
, '.^^V/,^^^^V/^VVW'A'.V/.'*Vy'-Vr'A'//*
RALPH BEARD
LOWER BAY STREET
Sole HlBBfl for "SEBEL" Fl'RNITl'RE
Knund
Square '
Available in
Red. (tteeit jnrl BsTBtl
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SUNDAY SD.PTKMBKR 2. INI

11...1... Maim
W.I. Artists On The Air
SUNDAY ADVOI Ml
l'\(;i I'll Tl IS
CIItKCII SERVICES
T LEONARD S
*aaaa "*- jm. imi
n
* rt, Bab (-. a
KiiihjriM and Aldraaa 1
nN". II Matuti
p m *day Vhooj. 1 p
* Batman w p *_
Head Tursdat and Thursday rtaMd with Keyne* tor the four
Tu West Indian artist* will b? W1 uW ha d-tala in ItHtf. al
lenrd in BBC pn.icnimme. in th* the Treasury, during the Bietton
cumin* weekI in* Woods Conlerence and the nefO- armor7
Jamai- and Winnifred tuition* few th* American loan *'"
Atwell the Tntudar.iiin piani-v Sit Wilfrid mves a picture of the *irt*viv
* .viIlbeheardin-Rer.de/- rrjin and his personal habits, his m.rniVK '^THtii.
Tumtimy, Mb. September. Hashes of humour and irreverence ...... <.......m h i
ond the sec-end in "All Star Bill" " In all a mart interesiinn talk *""* Boy t n. i
on Thursday. fllh Septemrxf which has recently been reprinted "'E-??S'l%,?r**fT*' *"L *
Dennis Brown plays in the London fai The Listener. The talk can be * P,^, H. B^aAW
Philharmonic Orchestra which has heard it 8 15 p.m. Mcndav. 3rd a**nui HrOM Pnaaaai H > 111
recently been tourinjt with LeopoM aV'ptamber pvlWii u .m -- -------- ALJ- j**1
Siokowsk! a, guest condnmr. B.8.C. Television *,*. r &J?T?Z tSSSi KSr-w
Taking pan with him in "Fender- -r*,. BBC Television Servirw *"it^TT**th" Mr B twi. ai ton
( Mil 1,1 II 1 I 1
* MMIH VATrOHAl fc-MTWT

rou.vuoar nock a m r
ante Dam Oivin* Win
H
...
mini ^ r" "**
**l \ \T10N- .UHV
I,,. aaiai.t ions CStrtllAI

Maa'ina.
and
vous"
inleV a, usual the BBC' RevLM ZLSSVSL% "th- Zw",7'^
Orchestra conducted by Robert 555J!?*?1"!L5L ft-S di-hscombf
Busby will also be heard and tt><-
nception in 1936. examines itself
ousur win aiso mra anoi uc a feature proatratmne to be E
programme will be introduced by k,.,. ha -hi -^L^T- ,2L^, tJT r
Ppter Knit Rp.1d*jv,1.i." <> * in tfw commit week This
reier rung. nerwmvuu^ tfie fc,_j.-_, f_ -t. r\ n , .._-_i
Lear., too
Mr G
the
pngraokAl* of entmatn-
ment by Common v ealth Artii
will be on the air at the re-ul.
broadcast in the a O.l. hi nmed
to coincide with the National aw
Radio and Television Exhibition
at Eail'k Court, London, from
MFTIIOIHST
" ''THEET Ham Rrv J
llnl> Communion t p
%. BouKai Holy fl III lPI
PAYNO BAY til m ->
P
Jrast describes this form of wmitehai i
who perhapa may nothave m.^' ffyfe
id tells them of the effect Hoi, Commuaion
having in the British home hoixtown i *

> ssss. faraanai
i*"*rhar t^eulananl r
-l-i I. HTvnm v
II am Hnlj-r.. \lptui 3 (

'apu I
/IP Bourn vita
vi i i:ir THE RECENT RAWS
PfPf yotrt 1AN0 FOR PLANTING
WF HAVE THE
ACRICLLTIRAL HOES, SYCKLF^. GARDEN
FORKS. TROWELS. nd RAK15
N. B. HOWELL
Di! 3306 1UMBER & HARDWARE Say Street

Winnlrrcd AtwiU-watt wr toi SB
you all about her a fortnight ag'< __
*'..., she appearcl in end- 'terta,.u.ent_to_people
All Star Bill" presents the '/I11
ugtGal stars of show buatMaa. lp ?***
nntain and along with Winnlfnd ' "V'. 1""'" i
AtWttl you Will hear Tolchaid T!,^.br_^a,t..^el1"i*!_l..15 P m* "AMK HALL~t *
I ll\(,
II a in II
sa niv uciiiia
naar
HI 4nMi i ..|;m
"a" i pm Com-
Batvauon Mhiiki
McCullnu^h
*< H Hit-
i Tuesday. 4th Scptcmbr]
IUU. RADIO
riUM.IIAMMI S
"MMI I IWI
St XB*T
ii_a
Evans, the composer Dick Ja;
ti.o vocgUat, BMida Uoriwn and
Mhers Thi* programme will oc
on the air at 4.15 p.m. on Thurs-
t. 6th. Septemtioi
The Dont BiisU-r*
We all rememoor tr.e incident tii '** ~
the last war when a liny lore* of ~^~
bombaii led by Wing CQOMMnd" '
Ouy Olbaoo, v.c. d.so. d.p.c, p
snia>hi-d the Moehne and Ede.- *"|'!*J~I,U_
Dams flooding the Ruhr wilh 3W S p ~ Va?JI>~aJ .^^"iC
million tuns of water. The -torv of mi* Paiad>
this faraoui mid nfctl abo of the :wm u am km
pLtient research which went Into
will ix- loW In i BBC
- -i.if>
Royal Drawing Society's
Examination
SpEIGItTSTOWN II am
MrCuuouih. Hoiv I
Mi J I Havna.
8C1AH II i>4, Mr Ban
Ret
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in programme entitled 'The a a
Dam-Bustvrs' adapted by Paul JJ^V1
Bnckhill from his i>ook of that
n. DM and pioduced by Leonard b p.pa lit*
Colt cell. Broadcast will begin at *'" l*. -
V.t'U p.m., on aunoay. hhi. unnnii <
SeplrmlKT
Pnrlrait of J. M. Keyn
On Mondav next. 3rd Septem-
ber. Sir Wilfrid Eady. C.C.M.C..
S.,relary of the Treasury. ----------- -
will be heard on Monday next in |u^ 4" p ^" h|p ^'^1
a talk on "Maynard Keynes at the oaaMarts. 5.ao pm Cotnpoaat oi
Treasur>" Jl the scries "From the pijau Ml P-w..Tfca giniMlai.Ul
Third Programme- John Maynard )*X:.T!J ""&<<* *
KevncN was a great humanist and ts pm. rrow, u,. Third Proram
a great economist, with a delight i. is pm inieriud*. p m. i
In the arts and fascinated by hu- "l- '*<.
omu ihi Mum" -, M
oaoip ii tTAai
"... U V S.-l, h
J S (Ja. F E Smilh. J I n,.iu>i
rcnirsDA- ll a m Mr niarkmrni M M '*all. J P c*i..... ii v
p m Wlnirhall
1 ,D " BITHEL 11 ... H* M A r Th.nr cjpol'p II sTAOg !
1 ...... """ "> " Craaan Nota Osav """ c r*"*. c y Bollock
------------' i, *BSn" "' r,rh "fertea *>*, M a mi-,. r B n..b
i m*. Mwi 10 p.m luir. PAI.KIPTM It j n H,^ p Cm.-Ix r1 ' *Utl I. C Boumr.
'mu*r **s.na. * ilM can.......o, : p , B *. g p n r shy r r ha h
.'-!. v Half Hour. 1pm Cam- O II Mar, ,1.. Bullaii, M R Yard. H A.Kaiv
BriitONT 11 ,m Mr r Moor* 1 Q*0OT M ITAOg I
P-m. Kav M. a I |.....m Haa* J M
nuriHuii M. H UrilHth. M A A Kim n h
SOUTH nWTHICT ,m H., M A AM** A v, th. | || L..,,, v p
f* MM II MM P.. Tnama. .M.ilv CnniinunWn . T a m *runa. P g Walcolt. A O. V
sr a Ham* rii .....,, m Pir-.^i
Th- Na. I IS p in Nm PHOVIDENCg II am Mr J CJatk* '' '' fclgfa I McCon
r I .
Kma M I
PROVtDKTfCg ll a
' p.m. Mr (; jnnf.
VAfXHAI I || a r.1
p.r. Mr H j*um>
I in i- i i \ i
C Jona,.
r i. M A i
A Rally ( Bnliak
. ra Radta Ma-ataal.
Oih) and Falhrr of All k p m HXIHTIAX Hi lrMl
lud. a M D m r.om ih. IM11...1..1. '" <'* af ihaiai. ill MMI. I ..
p in Th. n- -'-1. ana.-t.-- ran. n r Kim. j i <:., m i-
in IS p in Sanaa*. II a.m. aa* 7 p . '-'larh- A C Corbin *
London Farum SUNDAY. SKPTEMBBH I. |*.l <* A Daana. O feoyta M A S-r
Si H C Phillip. I WtMi I I
larata. II a Oitri'i. S 'i Rrad*haw
.na or nimirii. but nai Kr >^ih p ""P-- M Hind* *: E Bladn
ralhar do R Arrtu-r JOB ClBili* A V
A M Qollao
SUNDAY. SEPTI
MONDAY. HtPTEMBIR > IMI 1"^" ?' "f*m '
)l 15 m Piotjramm* Paradr tl IS ". T.l, J.k. \
m Ualrncnt ChMca: 11 *i a m Coi-
tal CummanUn, 12 aao The Rrxa.
is hi: heady to take tiii: plujvgb
Whr< child tit and up to th*
chool work
ii s your Job to aand hin
dttlon, and to now
c.ivc hnn -i .. i KBEOI
"IU I '.... but; the* tin I
school n'-opens.
rrKUoi. Li Xl,,|j,,, hiadrffn n h
Liver Oil lor -Hour bonai ind teeth, Iron foi good, i
"'; i ind .i keen b i
Kr.iirmt.cr loo thai ki FUtOL haa a Vitamin \
1800 International U
roui child FKKltoi.. the World'i Beat I
i. :km
nan personalitya superb taacaer :*Cliaa
whose influence circled the world.----------------
| WUfrld Eady was closely asso- ; oo pm
SIM 11 WM
The New*. 1
Analrali. IS p m Finn of Ihr ri*i<
aj..jd. T *J p.m Ganarally -i-
* a 00 p m RmIk. Kawaraal. S ft p ..
ialonia. torn mam a rv p m. prar
' *fcn MaMai Parfacl. aft p m lnic
had*. IU pm Front the E-1.loru.l-
In pm Prom iha Promanadc Con
earl. I" Or. vn, Tha Maw* 10 10 pm
hMfrludr. 10 It pm J"nn Bull'* Band
H 4S pm Scl.r*- BfVaH*
ariis
WRUL 11 2MV wiirw || T-,v,
wnvx n ts Mr
<.l*m*>- 111 PTAGE -'
on*. n ... M.-nhai * I
Pa..- A a O SnimU. J J Parkj.i*
' ivrrh. B E Wigia.
nsjoina in srrAfir
M I Laacock
P- H B MrConna
i ^I'liem. A r
. ca. A E W.kh
r-aot'P I\' STAGE I
Paaa ,* A A>nb>
r...imi-.., '.n*..i, c Cad.
0 -H..... M A ll.i
Pall ....... I...-,.., ca.it.
FERROL
sr STOKES A BYNOE UD. A#anfia
M
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
PART ONE ORDERS
By
liaal.-t'ol. rOKKFtl. OB E E D
Command i na.
TtlF SAUtMl BEGUtrNT
31 AUOirST. ISSI
I PABAIir*Tramlai
All ranka *UI para-a al Raaimanial Haadquariar* a
S Septambar, IMI. MO Cor eontinaa. lo rr StsMM
allnllad lha opan ran-a for il ir* A M C B Co
1W0 hour, on Thundav
mi tratnlni "A" Coy U
i> allotted Iha aiiniahn
.lUX
Tha Binal pMasa
will br hold
roriiinua. M Moodoy
i Monday. Wadn*.dav" srid Thura
.,!..
aed
->- pradl**-
Baplember. IBSI
Rrrruil. will paradr lor iraimnf undar Ihrir rawecliva aqiiad
yaaga] J '"' W-dnela. 3 Vplambar. IMI
n.lilin ..1IH I I \MI (IRIIIRIV -IM>r " lh
-inin. imi
Glands Made Active and Youthful
Vigour Restored in 24 Hours
Maiarlaaai Daalar'a Oiicavary
airawthona Blood Her v.. Body.
Kaaaarv. Br.i.. Muaclai. and Da-
at*rii*.caBallar Than Gland
aaaaalafla,
Doriar. it la now p (.1. r... n-,... -1
lfHiMMIar.lxiaili.ni *....i.-..I W.-.
S.iiinpi>. . .1- i.-ui Vuih
Vlpaur. AwMlfaii and Vn.ll.y TMl
P"< di^oYary. whiih la a atmpl- h.>"i-
baatmant ana can oa ward aac*att|
; anrn. luachiy i>'ir.(. fu>i'i.>i >.
anoani>l..tHr io NolniilNHII " .-, f. i
, (r.m SB J via-..,, S*l MardMf-i. Waak
M*my and Mr, Maraaaaaiaa, impm-
lllood. Sl.kl) Kkln. |i-|.r.l.n and fv->i
RWp In-lr ill you m-r.lv laka lhl> lm|.1-
homa traaiii*l law daya and vou -in
""'I lha! .-
1st. MONTH REDLCTIOMS I OK OM, WIIA
Ordrrlv Ofllcat
Urdailv Satjaanl
I tar Dat.
Orderly Otllcar
OraWily Serjaant
Caj
r ca*
Ml Pta Kina. T A" Cm
S03 Pta McConnay, C. A "A" Coy
I Ll A. H. Clarke
M3 L sji Turraay. D. O
M L. D "*--Coi. Ma|or.
S 1 L P A Adjuunl.
Tha Barbados Raflmml
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Attention ,s drawn to the Control of Pricw (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order. 1951. No. 29 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Monday 3rd September. 1951.
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Edible Oil". "Soap". "LardLocally Manufactured". "Mar-
garine" and "Milk Evaporated" are as follows:
ARTICLE
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
Oil (Edible)
Soap:
(a) "Bomber' Blue
Mottled
(b) "Boanbet" Cream
Laundry .
(c) Raven Brand
$2.29 per gallon in
luantitics of 50 gallons
nnd over or $2.SI per
Gallon in quantities
under 50 gallons and 22c. par pint or
not less than 3 gallons ^ _m
(d) Pelican
,\ardLocally
Manufactured
Lanl (Vrlvo Krij
Margarine:
(a) Cooking
S10.M per box of
20x2', lb. bars
110.2S per box of
20x24 lb. bars
911.48 per box of
20x2 H 16. b*rs
3*e. par bar or t<-
par quarter bar.
Sic. par bar or Mc.
par quarter bar.
62c. per bar or I5|c
per quarter bar.
Tnr per carton of 0
cake* or 13c per
rake.
47c. per lb. In con-
tainers of 25 Ibfl and
over or 47 He. per lh
m quantities under 25 52r. per lb.
lbs and not lets than
I lbs.......
-------- S5c. per lb.
47c. per lb. in con-
tainers oT 30 lbs. and
over or 47 4c. per lb.
in quantitie.4 under 30
lbs. and not less than
ptaaaaai
t form and IwOwa ill
aay (hat ll Is fa> ballar
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