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PAGE TWO SUNDW \D\IH VI I -I \l>\\ -I I'll MIII.K IK. I5 ,\Q! .V I H' 1MB (IUM* (M.tmOnly> KOBUrr MKUTON fHnn\ nwivtM i NAI *IVI Ts* %  CAtlR '1*1 \ And UMWT BHITlv)' HMI| 111 SMV rrrm-\ wiitai nuii.Lit in. %*&$& 00S0 *#^*: TMTi:. II St—MOTS TfWK iDMium ANDREWS McmiU --V *-,-.--•-•*-,^t4,1V>V*-'-'-V • I \M I I A IMII SS S1IOI' LOWER RROAD STREfT DRESSES LINGERIE r f.vrnlin. Corktall. Aflermxiii "' A Rearli — Eeadv-niadr tori J HANDBAGS — BEACH WEAR I; O'IMTION TO-l*V W'W*.W////AWA'/A'AWMWi £ £ £&&&&.#. .^^SS^S'S EMPIRE TODAY TO TVESOAY 4.15 & X.n ONE OF YOUR MIST SEE IMCTVRES ROYAL I .as! 2 Shcm. TO-DAY . fc 11.15 2U1h C-Fox DoubleAnn Baxter — Dan Dailey in "A TK'KET TO TOMAHAWK" and MY BLL't HEAVEN" Starring lli-uy lirabli Han l)„ili-\ M.r.il.n ti 'In,-.I. 4.3(1 aV HIS The Fox DoubU(lark GabW-Myrna Loy in %  MANHATTAN Ml !J \M \ and "YELLOW SKY" With Gregory Peck Ru-hard Windmark DON'T DELAY FOR BOOK VOW. "SEE HOW THEY %  &f RUN A HILARIOUS COMEDY BY BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB ALL SEATS RESERVED Orrlii-slru & lloxrs SI.511; Cirri,S1.20; ll.iunr 72c. Balcony is. WEDNESDAY—THl'RSDAY—FRIDAY nt KM pa MATINEE: FRIDAY ul 5 P.M. BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY. I ...... K a.m. lu 12 nmin ..ml 1 :'." p.m. lo .1-111 p.m. OPENING SATURDAY 22ND Jhe story of Valeric and Ben Hogan-///f£y who HMrHW up and tin girl who I )\ net IT hi him ij a* down'. i FORD km BftXTER Dennis 0 KF.EFE %  r*i Tk Sw — IJNl hAVC • • %  SAMU!l u INGtl : %  •%  -. Sill! lAhMUl OLYMPIC To-day last 2 Shows CM & B.1B Kt'l ublftQ Smash Double (Jro^ciry Pock — Jennifer .!..>, s in 1WBL IN Tin: st v find PORTRAIT OF JKNNIE" Starring : Jennifer Jones — Joseph Cot ten Moiidny & Tuesday 1.31) dt K.15 Afford Slashing Double DON RHARIH) RETURNS and "THK CORSICAN mtOTHKRS" With Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. S IR JOH %  .da whore he will take BOA C tor l-avion lie %  I the loar-wi:. Hon from She Itririah Woat li.ejea t<> the meeting of Comn* I %  %  !>rr nirmbeiof the .ire Ilon'hle Albert R sangster of Jamaica and tfnatair W. J RaatgeVer V i Agricultural Officer Nigeria A FTEH spending two nul • %  hall monthi her* slaym* wrTa Major and Mr-. A I ^'forn„ t, TW Qaaa.nalaaiil Mr and aft* najal Ta-Baaa. aaat aMr iitilr" ion i laa apft yaaajaaaM* morninc oj T( A. for pretwick ScolUnd vh anari* wh*r* tln-v will paor thru* woek* hffnrr rprurninj llMpj ,. Mr. Thoma* iAiriruilurai 'MTlc*r of Ni|rt>rui Lawyer in C.nad. M R TRLT'OR ClARKF. ;, Lawyer of Peterlxnouf 1 Onario, r.-iunieo U> Canada ye* • mominji b> 'I.e.A ajfl-i m %  •< | hoii(U> lie w as ci-mpanied li\ m wil P and liltU %  Wlnhhart, they wentttayin* with Mr. Cluikr h parenu. Mi arxi %  %  ) St -...., %  Tfce "Little Ze->" C AKlb ran into Mr Clarence It Bryan of SoaUtt. Waahn^lA. I who arrived in the island Ua | mrutth by Uie S.S F-rt Tmwtm**** .Hi nos rfiurtaod lo BM n>ln*i afHI HII abnrnce of 4b years. %  j ajaji that the ntandard nf I nine l"C"Uy hagreatly aajaaajajl hut "there U still room toi M iiroverrn-nl". be Mid. Ot Qu— Park he felt that Ue I. %  ( %  ( no intcrawt. In a morterri a %  t Bjl there .shnuln 'H aaan animaU on show." With Shell Lea-ebold. M l( I)A\ ID NDDAiH %  i.,rni< i suiden-i ot g K.C who B no* BMjrl daaj M Bn -StatitKItoparti-ni ol Shell l^easeholdi. DiatnbuUna Company. Tritudno < lui i.i.i %  > I'. Wl A %  %  Tuni'ia'i alter wpendlng two weoks' holiday H. ww atayinit with Mi B t Bairuw of Maauah BMB1 Si .lohi. "See How They Run' 1 NOTICED a mosi unusual di pla> at the AouatK Clul. tm the Barbados. Dramati, ClurA nt* (wrxiiirtiori "See How They Run' onenlnR thi week at the Empin Cahib Callhiq l: Fr. ..II ccount tinMarried at St. Patrick's A T ST PAT1 I %  %  •nt of Pofft-of ,i Baal] B %  -" %  : pj BTi M i vl • l s lin.*>. „• ''ftaaaBBaBry.'' The bride who was given mamaer by her litthei. v. 'tendon by MMw Barbara LaahUH hei aole bridesmaid The <*iajauw wv rondut-tf. Laj Rev Fi Seflter *>.! and the diitie* of boatman were pfi111'mad by the bride g room Mr. Lou IK BroofcA reeeption anaj held l Knelt!*" the rona BM brltleojroorn V parent li'maymoon u liolna; ape-' .(• pim-ell Spring ror St. Kitts Holiday M taB SUNIA MALOiSt daugti^ M Hi I it. Mai..Jlill 01 BV W. M. Malonr ol 'C-yon*', Navy Oarden.BM I i A Bl K fl a sh"i mdidav. For U.S. Holiday O ff Ml Ui" S.A *nd Qaariatl whore they will spond aboit two motrthe' holiday are Dr. ami Mr. h II Bay ley and BH rtnurkter Patty. The% Friday by BW.I.A via NBH V.rried at the Cathedral M R AND MRS t r.P or a in itniii' afOjaj married on AIIIJUM 29 al %  n i-.-iabaj BM I %  %  at St MD ba hedrali %  |*hbrin. taj M bn.tl>.-i Mi. t'.r.k* Mar, rid rhidiiiii^f iH'Htmaii wee .Tfnrmerl h Mr. Cuthhert Moor*v A reoeption way held at Bajff illaBTAfter 1 en l)ay M RS. E C QUEKKK oi Hi.ni" Hall Terrace whuac hubban i is an Assialaa oi HarriNon Collep' returned by B.W.I A from Tnm%  ad an Thursday aRal ten day*' holiday. Back From Canada M R KMiOl.l) CHUBB, HAS-\| efl u Blaj ol reluilien MR v HR llini i.nhlin : U si 1'il.i.k r-li >ii-imh-i: imd l^iterniurr M nid subsequoritly %  lad of studio in Frenrli Canadia* Returns Home M RS ANN BVOHRR, • Canadh n wim was hoUdaylni In Tornnt" iy monnng b> T.C A. bach %  the U.K %  Dominica wll %  i B.G All %  %  To Study In Canada A MONG %  \ venter%  tudenl (MM up U) rtuds Thej an Mr. Trevor •i of Mi. H A I'olu. M md Mi %  \ i i %  H Clydi %  i i, v V %  %  Britten • .% %  v.i Walh $ Ba li i Univer-V ' D Will Hi Police Chief—St. Lucia Studying Welfare Work i %  %  %  I %  %  ter spend%  For U.K. Course A II DICKS %  • M 1 : Carnival Queen Runner-up A aasaar. h w I A from %  B Mi I Otttsna Bchaperon and %  School. MIM Pierre who %  DemonstreRST Sewink' Machlae Company, ha* been awarded a tree air pa'-.i^e av well u free hotel tlOD for one week in Baroado* for herself and chaperon The party bosssver intend spendaaasla BRPs and are > the same opportuilit\ at i' Mr. Alfredo ClUS, ..nother businessman of Caraes Crus and Mr and Mrs. Mr. Garcia is with thr PMroleuBD Company. i --pent two weeks' hoh%  at the Marino Hotel. Fourth Visit P ATi IN'C b fourth Vtsll to BarbMo | fr, johnI TX1 A V Senior enMi : In ft %  by T.CA %  behalf of the Department of i. Canada ba connection with* the runway at Sea well. Mr. %  thados for staying at the Oeeon View M. T.C.A.s Resident Engineer ]k|]{ ROSS MCKKNZTE, Re*i'*' %  .'iiii'i'r lor T.C.A rcI'.nii Canada \ejiicrduy ("range r.CA. Pending .'. a month's holid >>. H accompanieireet.iiiMl Barbados Plvlna Club of ellaw '.""'' 5*" 1'"' "" ss "" %  %  '" %  f" active memhei ooinu to-mono, Bnsj Hotel British i it th.Has M" A'hlch for about thr to be In week Cream & Grey Gaberdine 54 Tropicals Grey Flannel 56 1 Men's All Wool Worsted Trousers„l Khaki Shirting 27 Khaki Drill 27 ""_ "_ Blue Cnambray 36 "~__"I" Domestic 29 '_'_ S3.33 $3.67 7.41 $3.47 6.19 $17.85 $1.08 S1.69 86c. 47c. %  T. II. EVABT§ 4% \\ 111 11 II Ills DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4?20 The mi the Spot Story of the Duyi In the hottMl spoi on IMllll "A YANK IN KOBI A Sl.iirin.' Lon McCaJliiter, with Wlllani *Bil! rhilh|t> BARBADOS BOYS' and GIRLS' CLUBS # * HAVE YOU GOT YOUR TICKETS FOR THE RAFFLE YET?7? IF NOT, PLEASE DO SO EARLY. a 4 I irl.< Is i-lil.iiiialil. it n il I'olirr I', IM. .mi I. Jfird<*> dfse J^ttmcJ in llie sxolic local* t ofAt&mlhPmctfJc... BRMra hoe isorUi mmtt in one u>iJtjuu Horace! ^x\?c^^ccxx^xcc^xxxxxx\ v\ \ \ \A\\\\ \ \ \ \ \ \ OBaBaBfJ SATI'KDAY 22nd k KANSAS RAIDERS M MM D 1 W'iWsW'^l iBsrftaB" HI: PICIIMICIJI t'h-k this List ( Ksvi-nlial llems Iiir Your llumr. • C.nlvnnived Buckrls • Oalvanisod Wash Tulw • Inal Pols • Bu\ Irons • s.iil Iroas • lanterns • I iijii. I Pails with C'oM'rs %  MM "• 0 i h\i EmMMHwrnj % %  d Vinlanm ii .II,...,MM l;„k,H„ r. M •„ Trlephonr 2031 THE II \IIII \IM>S MI-III'IIIUIM t'OTTOlV I Al HUE) LTD. YOU'LL ENJOY IT TOO!! MURRAYS MILK STOUT • It's Refreshing • //' Sustaining • It's the Best SOLD BY ALL LEADING GROCERS & CLUB &f >l\\\l\l. A Co. I Id.-Ax. ...s



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SI M>\\ -I I'll Mill R IC I' I SI Mi \\ VI1WK Ml PACE lillil.i FARM AND GARDEN GARDENING HINTS m AMATEURS B> Al.KH Ol \ FARM! K JONI S REAPS corns rainy spell to see how th going, ran into ; Farmer usual friendly greet* FJ. I -ir> eajry Bld to meet you up and hup* you are Keeping well. An.: Tslank you. .md. a very good niunilng to vou H weather tre.H-,1 pan? FJ • ways, not a. good i %  *• %  And laaalormb i in i. \i:nt \ t\ •> rii MHVI: M \RIOOI.IM v-'-w Isast Marigolds do not do well tn the %  nlhs, .1*. awin • *f-in Its*} m apt to grc SEWING CIRCLE t aMach%  and to nave vo> ;. %  ooa deskh. rertangubu flo' t shape itli -ir.-iiaht sides which This really i. often the but. it is not the rule, and n ri N\ \oi x\ MI \> MI MM \vi KMIsiT MIASIIIMIMThe measurements required lo. i c l asp paid, an the cob— sometimes Marigolds will Ho..r.sh drafting a basic skirt are as Miood type for sead normally, and flower profusely all lu — s 1x4 ua look at sees* through Ihc rainy season. Thete ra i orat, m appearapparently no known reason for •e*at -bout thin variation in the Marigold's %  v* We find good breadth behaviour, and there is no telling • gran -hallow with m first what the plants Intend to ,r ilicates too c j 0( flower or not flower. But after much vacant ssseee between Mn + weeks if they appear verv HenIs another with big and bushv and yet the flowei-omted at thing to do other cultivations rndl, pew-shaped All these typos „„[> up it*. pUnls. and use the Ag.: ran led for *eed except £pd for something else. nuMoaoui aa pc-pl. MM tin .(he ftrsl Marigolds are general favounwL for the* have many points il condations. ra y.j \ much ..ppreelale thai f av ,, ur Thev grow easilv bring sjaUnsja to rattan asag it has ^^^1 ^ cutting they are hardy trysKle and. very out aaao sjotnai that we rv,,,,,,-.,,,. no more than the rrmers are likely to overlook, dinaiy garden care. The flowers floor floor tloo. % %  •in*, to Ml the f amity lardei %  ; k<-iv Usettoai if lorn you woul lerial begins in the FJ I area Marly c %  %  ., say that applies just reaped some eoni and, trading the notes hi the tfensUv If one looks AsWerase would Ilk.' > . % %  t it ill he observed and giv.> %  plants are very tall. seed select inn %  .mi .md some man. In Ag : Most wUUrsgly. bul ktuatiotsS, tall stalks are uuite am you koost good dsskl Ukelj to blow "v about such things vm,. those of medium height how. let us go il tter an. ol eoum. ate plants bearini, two good ears and much as is usual b .i. anglo fiimi the stalk. in corn. Suppose an in pressed close against examine aoma for sawd pui talk do not shed rain and as you suggest Hare Is %  -•••: h lookiiik; • ; ,menl. Finally Hip luasuure r* ilown front waist 2. Htp measure 1" down from waist S. Waist measure 4 Length trot* %  dsl to st rentre front 5 Length from waist to at rentre bock 6 Length f i waist to at sides 7. Length ..( skill The two hip mc.iMi -. and th<%  %  their U,-An inl l '" ril "Bd 'i"iit meosfrom ""'"'"''i'l, J> %  drsfl font sep*uat< %  djOsBg thi.. tie ,i piece ol narrow mm elastic groajsal *oui srag bngttt and gay and last a wee* P** •*• of pin* wh. or more in water. It is safer id *•*** IIHHIUI fsU i it to grow Marigolds from cutting "'-' %  P" m the oL M they are more likely to come ">' next pin 3 -true-.' Oflen when grown from "in f I UM waistline, and to* seed, the flowers are poor, many Ht pin 7 %  waistof them being single. If you canlir "' not gel cuttings from a friend. It is very impoitant tha whli* bU • bunch of Marlgtlds. enjov Pins be in %  h: the flowers, snd then plant tho %  becoming side seam stems These stems will someTo aid in Judging U rarrv their I ""es attuallv row ,n the waser. weight on the end ,.f a string Uie ground and so when planted g#l off to "bout a yard long. Msnsjing ,:i BSBJI for you MINUTES TO (.0 UP 7 MILES ( %  press lr MeporSa' MBIMMI |M plane. powered by two -mstrong Siddelf y pptslri riiKtnr*. ha* *el DM or id ciimbmg -tomed to a nright of i-ly 7| miles— m .i standing start in -mutes 7 seconds: about ,i second nghan Prtaketi te ;ne night Tar rrsgaj 500 m.p.h. M started %  . p in ti iiwtrunietu* iBoaol Uial !i/ S00 mi'.es a"i %  N the oonirol mi back sn.l oMkfed up -.,: . :>to Mi. %  lapnen IU urn M • ..s sees and Bfl ill. IUIIS44 isapphini \Uut n n n*e old "cor ii.ilrame has oean used i the lie* i •t'hin' engine *hieh is 'he eowerjnl r\\ n* *nh*'nr ears var>' m West Indian flying start Tips for Ihe Garden ( %  eraniums iront of your rnjrror bjnU BW string at the Wiiistline pin Btsd W it fall naturally. Are your Other two pins to m.ikr tna measuremen* aith the (Jernntums do no* flower well string" Is the seam line li during these rainy months. This by the ..trlng %  bawaniaag one* D I room for develIs the t.rne to break them up and this for both store your seed replant. ... the old fashioned not run Into end W iiflai tor this purChrysanthemums skirt meusuremasits are not easy nclently dry, Ue ate '" laM "<> .iifs*'lf wltnou I hung the August is the last month that Howevei It at no kernels, a gral .i f\ I vei I rafter wh' DJ • I ..:.'nemuiii lUGssOn ihOUld bo series of skirt meS vary usually f>. -.ill help to preserve planted for them to flower at yourself In this way I'la.-e UM with an etn em from molds and Christmas time. Plantvii m S'ihf •" Sulphate of Iron can I,.' l.uht %  -" """ '" ,,. pow,lcr lorn, from an, chemist, tr-nt fnmi 0 Ui. *• DLiolvc hull .. pound "„i I .. ' bucket at water andgiv > Uttl* tnnUn I %  U each affected pL."t. ItafaW ' I 11 """"" •" "" once a week until the plants haw renamed their healths green. FRUIT-JAR BABY hack tup nasa. %  .sure the blpa al 3" liom lb sad the waistline in th. \"V.iI. IIM ; flcioic Isadioi K.(r": ovef the -Und re Iind • loru-.. the montji to average raroftortMU you ma) unni plant seeds of the Cut-and-Come. .11 but one of the leogtl mMBt)iue thev start to flower. Cuturements aral draft for . WB '%  ndCoate will continue flowering line that slopes (TOffl venue back for several months. 1" centre front one hall men It is Important tn diatuitg n basic skirt to keep the hi|> line i do well in parallel to the hen. Una •• the rainy weather. Plant the red In its turn should lxparallel t now for use at Chrl5lmas. the toOT. The shaping Have vou any Gardening o,uesnmndness of the ngun tions vou would like answered or done at tn*' waistline iiny garden information that would jnd with darts be of Interest to other Gardeners Nest Suadaj to pass on*'" hl11 ,,rnf ta ****• \ tib leeas n \i\\ P in .. a< Knoxvill.. Tle gn t t al the baby was io I lioine-niaile mcubatoi' %  igfcai psw ke.i rlUl fl l lied with hot water. Blue i Salvtu red Salvij ahould he .1.1. -I ..III 1 TRU-FORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES FURTHER ACHIEVEMENTS — ON — FOtt THAT £sJLV rut: SACROOL m^ Sm Bourn vita ... created ta keep yuu M4 iuid ulfKag* ulX tlnuu^b the duv YARDlEY./^/^LAVINDIR viKDiry is OLD aohO iTSirt | UNUUN j&JjSZ mH THE WONllERrTL Laclogcn ha< alwsv. cnritaincd the viiamns present in lite pn fresh cow's nulk lorn nlmh it li mule. Now—io give your II:' | %  greater benefit' to Ul hi U gro i estfg 'nuinii. are aikl.*d to LaVaafgn rfow von: II %  on this Djgaj Lartogcn —which guards his prrcioi. uouipletc, balanced nourrrin hetiih, HUIC it Urds him with KMGUIS DKl (. STORES s 'CASTROL' MOTOR OILS A. OSAND I'RIX D. NATIONS—MONZA i ISsaSW 2nd I Mondial MnW 350 cc In DUKE riding ,i Norlon 2nd KAVANAGH riding a Norton T riding a Kortaa (MOTOR CYCLE RACING) 500 cc • 1st MILAM ridtsg ;i Cilrr 2nd MASETT1 i idin| ii l.ilrra 3rd PAGANI rldln| a (lllpra Side Car 1st M1LANI rldio] a l.ilcm 2nd OLIVER rldlag i Norlon 3rd HARRIS ndim; j Norlon ALL USED "CASTROI 99 m i aa easily dl| -lihl mosi drllcau* ...ill. >i D e s n> ^^,_y l.scinge-i 1* aa easily dl ^^^ as M %  li. r nillh—even thv mosl <'•: %  ... I ili.'i -i I .it t-.ii n _i tn yiumins added Y^ W*~ VliamlnA-io help build ^BBssr i 'HI. in illi., %  VHamln l> t pmiui from rtolwtt and help develop sturdy bones and beautiful %  irong teeth. IncludeTl, loo, it Iron lo protect from unaemia. Q a comply l.acloKcn U pure to'. milk raodlftrtl (omplrir, balaiitvil nourlahmeat. I milk doc.. EASY TO PREPARE I i4#Kf" :. T o T. QEDDEH ORANT LTD — Balta Luv, Brldiriown Phim md KH a ctfv ol Iht Mortar Bti*.1 —*if J



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TACK mm si Mill tl.WK ITS Sl'VDAY, SEPTF.MBF.R lfc. 193! %  V/( <) /jrMa La* 1.1. II. Ml WHS Sill. I III. I'm all for Eno's lt handover! 1 Iverisb? Tike J |kH >i BHO*S Fruit salt ". The % %  i NO'S fashcoa iiiv. Male mouth I'jnishinc 111 trace 0( !ui. '.>..-, I \o s h) %  (Hale laxative tad %  mild antacid, li mi,nnno t'lUubcr's Sail, 00 BptOCD ^-IJI-S. Keep youf Fnill Soil bj you—and take it regularly. That's the way to keep in, day by day, all the year round. .—. iist-M Eno's Fruit Salt* 17' MM V IIIOMMSNDI 0 1ml i H h i i. i : \ H ACTION lb. .j', n K 111 \l>\ tu UVHUAHM •fcaVJs/" BIHOISM..SS. HIMtlHINS. %  aafta fcaatfMJt* i:. v. \. will I VMS' SE1 ECT10> IS M UNAGEA PQPULAfl Water Polo \**'n. Joins Wurltl ISIHIY 5th Series Cricket CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT The Jester II, Embers and Best Wishes its a & comis %  %  %  %  For Good Shooting .... There li no better general purpose cartridge than Eley 'Grand Prix* It ii waterresisting, hard-htiilng. and unfailing'. Supplied In 12 gauge 2$' length w.ih I 116 oz. or li oz. loadi and In other g.luges ELEY-KYNOCH WATER-RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES •GRANDMIX" "GASTIGHT" -MAXIMUM" "ALPHAMAX" Factory Rrpnwnuum : T. GEOOES GRANT LTD. Trlnldul. Jamaica. Bimih Guam. Barbados .IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD ion LONDON Games Begin I the day ea lha Fifth %  terday. %  A'anderers t rail %  al KMPIBE vi t \i;;.i i > . iplrr < .iit.m (far i uki>i %  'i M run.-. irted .a (UM pjn .. Hit boos WKkl his team eoald ....... i,.i.. u itack li>t '" % %  ... %  nded. tl rd n-iglit By HI H Ik 11. i three-; A FEW weeks ago when I wrote about trie Jamaican filly Ember* I did 004 •0X00 before me to consult lb thea the Jam ..lean racing annual has come to ha mi and I am able to trace not onl> I ding but her perforn I Entitled "The Rai Ing Year in Jamaica" the book also has In some useful information of the %  ;.nces of Foot Mark and Mark olds and is altogether very interesting. H %  i \ \ HI iua r.irlri %  I D ball hun thai he alvv i ml against him. W iIllV I Howi \, r, he has friends ( 11 runs. N s i. .. •..men could not reannual, b pm pushing the ball tsandl 'it the School Boy* rare oui caught. %  %  I .... i M nurd in UM Coo luncheon OUI u.u not Uke a wicket. In hat duggeu > Maik out I ft half sister to Antl Diem wh :!.e ripe age of 7 or $. Embers did well .is a two-year-old but was beaten on several occasions by trie fili ftbte mate Paris, and as a ivsult of this 1 the third best lam jQQl flirt in Jamaica in lt*5(J Incidentally Paris, who ll now so badly off form in Ti beat Had Una, uqre the Jamaican I he left Jamaiea befoie be had a final test with All Smiles and on these grounds some mlghi even regard him as the best, l %  %  a great deal for after seeing Pai. i I m Trinidad last Christmas 1 was convinced that he was a very good hi.rse I am therefore not alone in thinking so and wo can imagine what a sorry state he must be in If ne is now bag Oaf as Flame Flower I furlongs. %  47 inn out. Iff J2S !" **. 11 £ A 5 t u[ UM bowling anu %  I bu1 %  Klnj and U i %  %  %  RAIIIM, i NO ...el i,, o tea m can %  M 4i m 31 M> in net t MSS I as II H %  4 ... I M II IS ;., 4. has Just left Harrison ( if NorvJ %  and o|T-ii" %  %  %  down lui one i | rODI Kink and all .. nunihoi 11 ui>„ %  n,. : lad I : got good ^upi" who got i.i run From what I can gather about En. t-old career in Jamaica she continued I I tlridle for the first S months to All Smilewho ti-iK among ntner races the Jamaiea Guineas of a mile and rUttiBnen In hoi itnOM After that Embers then • i ..f lha two l>v taking the Jamaica Oaks, in which and then going on to beat the latter ni UM Derby From this we may %  .,-.: thai whatovaf happens before the Ml December, the one certainty is that Embtrwill be th) In the race. This is easily deduced from DV Oftka and Derby are races of a Jonger hare or in Trinidad for any class. To and the Derby the traditional 14 miles. mile and 130 yards. 3* i 70 i m i 7 I ass it i) H U 1 10 2V, || , n II VI* I, M II 1M n H V i *• <• l 10 11 SO • Bt il i! u as 7 IIH n n a %  a M is l3 II ij" II is %  \ 1 ""on Inter nation %  Apia, rtingbody li the first of) %  I bodi T 1 OWmpl. ; i ; i ::, i |. %  %  [hut you will cd and rcgulationi %  %  for Embers being the best stayer on the list for ten made an eighth lhi Trinidad Derby does not necessarily make bOf Use one with the [94 rUB S i UM VOW laet that the Derby will only be when collapse of thi mile Bad IM yards wUI make it a far more open event than if It oca, I thii tot the following reasons: the Jafttai iiroJI >o far is 7| furlongs. Best Wishes' 9 furlongs, EmBare' l| miles, Paris' 0 furlongs, Bring thorn jii together, over the mile and %  ciistanie of Uw Derby and, ergo, you have the race <>t* the V.M.P.C. va, COLLEGE esvtury. Th:it i Bdrolt %  ed olution which eaua 1 PC 60 and (for S Wfcts) M bftV) • | | %  •' %  thoughts contemplating the %t different ways In which Uw race nUaM be run with all ii"*uuingin Korded one Anal q on the post. Hut there is. no doubt i M i' 1 th> . much Left tor the IMrddad Ijerbj to paeva. %  may. Thv First ot all U* lei II, who ll Still the favourite. B> lad B | tin. s %  lark li.iid. tin* geidiiiK is. oil brooding ftlooa ono ball did Iwoo stamina pob %  I Champion sire though lay and only he maj be, llorra Hark baa nol bean oui hen long enough for tt i VMi't %  i' said whether be Is batter at siring .sprinters or stayers, in rat innings tact it seems to fl a pao dad largely on what : tnatOd With and In that way it might be said that Brat to occupy the be has no definite propensity for producing offspring either in One proved* the t tlt 'K l>t >' "' "" %  other. Ilus means that a lot must depend on Tha f th* day. H< lLI F" dain lh > respect weJiave the example of his faalt,, :.., >, y |( f/uu j. lunar lloaamary and of her it can definitely be said that a mile and out of a first innings total of flti. iHstan-'e is the extant of bat eapaatUtiea, Nor is this in very gck..l batsnuin company. helaaau Austin ** wc also have lhe example of The Jester ll racing over UM .ike It added 24 rung In:l •"" l ll VSdl ol tin: Darby course with the same Rosen. caught in Hope l( %  '"J barely scraping home, it might be taken as cut and dried that we will know what be is going to do. Hut it is not as simple %  POr < l Dions, •>penIhat, For one llmig The Joater 11 will be six months older when he I.. ianj down mi., i eoee to run In the Darby, [or anothoi be will be carrying more wotghl :.\ WiCkatl tho Derby than he did when he beat ltcnemary by a short bean. Ho bDWled four We have Uv reforo to Bad aril has made the improVLIdens. gad M roent which some do when racing over distances in the latter monti %  %  %  Harrison t ..n.,.. ,.dv "> lw s.res %  ..:: %  m] %  %  %  CbOOD ml. :R for 3. Oil %  i klj in %  %  out. I ..ins, bu. "Bo .. I M L took ln %  : II It time I Kmy the score (, to 58, Lucas being ill* gl ad i ^ of tho v.ii Wishes are much better than Rosemary. 87 luns. C. Blackmail 11 and a partnerNext will Embers have the speed to outfoot Thv Jester If and u.i Worm* Boot Wish* port ol and particularly so at the kdded 14 onlah? If we are to judge from her performauees m Jamaica un> the >nl> p other jraftj 11 WOUld SO" :i %  lliat An Smiles a filiy whom 1 gather has a Stride bal in HI to roaofa double figures, much like Best Wishes, was' too nui.h far her over o distance almost the same as the Trinidad Derby. It was only when it came to the V H P.C bowled only three x ti.. half mile 111 tin: Derby in l Embers' stamina enabled her to get were It. Austin. ,n lOTTM with All Smiles who led (Or the first mil, ftDd ft quartet. I. Buike and E. Brankor. Branher As The Je:-i,ili .,nu U.--. Wj ,. hown that they were, at twoi overs and live jears-uld. equally as n—-l < against All Smil eon that Embers Austin, giviiut dose not OCCUpy tha position of superiority which Fool Mark 00 iKiloiiiiajne. took mei h. %  Loii'.eiiiporai m a Ian he came down to Trinidad for the Deri 13 in 11 overs, three of but year. In etlect the Trinidad Dc-rby shuuld be the race to deciO" whuh were maidens. Burke sent which is U In lhi Whole ol the B.W.I. I overs and claimed three Thirdly, we have BOB! Wisher*. Her perform.on.,in the V M P.C In their second veilGuineas and her recent triumph In the Barbados Derby have given far 20 runs for the MbnJta mldable over anything between U Green?\t and U furlongs. On breeding, too. her stamina potential is aroun.l H. WB I. are the thai distance if we are to judge by her brothers and sisters who num%  • ', %  %  bfttansOD Pol COIIOSM I OT SU< h U Ti rantO froei d in England), Genghis Khan, St. Merit/ Aii mo Lodj batsftoen [on Mi n. dloy took UM three wlcksns and Bow Belli In fact, Beat Wuhes' Derby was vary reraJ&lecent ot la.nwui-.j, mm UM Spariii two of wl lenghls Khans parlorrnanoe when he defeated Infusion and Don Artuio in the B.T.C. StakM Of ftfarch ItHH. In each case they led LODGE in SPARTAN [thou-J . lion from Sal in day. iwlej i D i %  L, iHan .... iii brisk U baa oi lout waketj. llowliin. ' l "" k four wickets for id runs durinj "','.'"" down four maidt ru I. I ban i pgan .-xi-Jiiirigmg yearly visits with l %  %  I I id %  %  is at present d h % % %  .>.. -ii. 1 %  irbados W itei %  Olympics would cori nt sea-bathing tl • i ., % %  lood u l %  / fhcuity m negotiating the sparatTack on Jhe wlcta team in UM .II ii tinu team was 41 for the lot six. i to be ihe hero roar wlckoi for 4L' mns. %  for the day with Mi H live fours POLICE ve. i 0MBI KMi R| With only 110 -ible on %  %  Pickwick Vs W ancicrcrs NO PLAY there wag bttlllani .rid the n wicket oral ilnn. there %  | in the v. %  .! % %  First DiFixlure which was ' was in a sodden odlUon due to • i. ,M %  k and earKi.ininB. %  i Uve tieiits and In each thore wore two (lielloiiaee. the last coming whun Holder had droppeil his hands. In each case they found something extra to pull out. although to all appearances they seemed dy to collapse. That I < ill the indelible mark of stamina. A* I lest Wishes obviously has more speed than Genghis Khan, it establu th CQ bar quality and it is to t>e expected that a mile and 130 yards should be her pet distance. Lastly, whal I ..r about Paris.' The feeltoig continue.• to sneak around me that this colt is going to turn up for the Detby is fit as n fiddle. Then we might well be in (Or the surprise of our Ivoft, N rachoa without Cross Roads who Is now in a similar position. Come what may. the Derby of 1951 will be worth seeing. GALVANISED PIPES r-u ,, -2" %  2 &f CITY GARAGE TRADING Co.. LTD. VICTORIA STREET D0WD1NG ESTATES & TRADING CO, (ICKSTCIN BROS. TYMiES BY aVyiliwVer GET YOUR rlEQUIREMENTS fO-DAY rouowmo sasa n STOCK .. CARS .. .. TRUCKS .. IN \ IN K X 6 — 700 X Ztt %  ? %  M 34 x 7 -750 x 20 401) fig v 1 %  1 . ." ^ 1 | . TRACTOR .. t-oii \ IB T.M) t>M x | W I H IN x te 1125 X 28. 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It you -ufffr from U'.c.r lunditioM. lh*B rou •" the alln. ol %  *••: "?"."':'*•• *?*'. f Und> '* '"ttiScd and .nmuUUd )ou i|Dur a&d aim Vitollxo Your Glands roi-iuni BS-S rogua youtniBl % %  ho I'jffrr rrom run-do"n %  pnr.inm with M yrari WpW fftCO a iimpl'. iar. and poiltlif prMilpilau Stand actnitr nd thus Stina a ftviina ot iiMtiaard tnwit. titalitv. and iirali Ttiia prrariiplioa. ..ll-d VI-TbJ. fj In plrajaul. •MH lotm All rot! ttftO to do II IO tako jao mile t.M.1, throe IIDM eocft da ThU pt-Ktipuon atani *otk inin.idial'li. itimiilat.ni (he llanda. lnoilt;lmel^* blood, aiidenllvritininur '.^J^L *• W? *WSS1 -atHdl, bV^U alrongei. rou wlU Teel and IH youtn-lf beiomlQ touiwer. tnoi* animated, and not only able Io keep up will) rour^oik, kut rea!iiiii me loia and pMaaufra of li( %  not* iKqueour ih**. m ocloic. 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M Mi \\ M I'M MBI.K If. 15I si \im \I1\()( \ri I'M.I I l\ I I m 111 'ahrinktam .i"li-i !• aiajfM ili-minnm'.' Thai Ihr |n|IMHM m.t|i|i*tl lor liritain *. K.t\ Wilding in DALY'S DREAM VUKK CROWDS of us—reporters. Cameramen, autograph hunt! i hundred assorted Damon Kur.y.m .1 .. %  .nd pressed our puny and unavailing way .'. rjl irritated New York cops guax: I to talk to J nvma> world headlines. Mr IfrCM % %  an • PtnUip* •a n aut I Shram |> Hwtn I %  *-* b Ptl.llla* TM1 BOWIINO ANALV1M O M 1 D CrulligM. IS • 1 F Ham. • S 1 *<•. 1 r %  i h no, aft n • OUt—w V % % %  •h*Ham* < dlxaow h Mi eComl* •* r *Kcr Mr V%  raafeaf roairr nol out ganm faM %  %  I %  M %  %  .. %  rom i \ i .'Mm M Pll*— Iri lnalB|> %  kMhman c l—i. %  > Mi I • %  <•' I Kiag Ford* p VVilfcmaon .Vi I ftmilli Mprrn %  !*;. b ML. M .. . r fc 11. lb i Tot-. %  iraMa i > i n %  %  .•.: w • M SMS*! lN(i ANALYSM O at I tanh K"i SEPT. 16 NO. 189 The Topic of Last Week Oj II lOIUdl M * r c >n i.i ( % %  < %  • %  i --i aiMit' %  t> Ormintar a Ui I • Ma..! •AY WILDING %  How do )roU Dkc that, letting through?" yipped the .smallest of ..ui "Aw. shuddup : who that big guy is?" adnioni*n<'d hi* slightly larger companion. "That limey in Hay Wilding and he'll rate s million bucks one year from now. He's gonna le the next world heavy-weight champecn, 50 be your age, and shuddup That corner-of-lhc-mouth forecast oould inright on I %  cpl U1.1t th>' hlnitil. lit istle-topped looking beyond bucks. Call it pounds % %  sillng and von would lie nearer the mark. Three JM n ha was 19 Ra> Wilding • 1 pan In %  < raUwai yard-n in Northmen. Cheshire Six pt Mill! too much t . x afartaa With a mother and kid ana and fTtilillM t" %  i.-Tit cottage 1 d cons. His IV: 15/roatee would have prophesied for the Ray Wilding was a ILtatlma %  troll toward H km, irnpeded by moping; 1 at at .bit km department ir anyone though! dtfl WO 1 M %  -. H pell shortly being urgni t< aecepi an rngageme-it ring thai will knock aap -if admiF* atton. Life began for Etsq pal. ikit> Rol erl 1 ID hln to Stajp ..luii^ I—xiiiK celcluit. aittl %  gfl to withstand the ravages %  it even the Inland Revenue Wilding saga is well enougth KIM l boxing entl fight-11 %  l|] teU von 11.' w lavi iing at £5 a Lea 81 VOUgh, and how that terludi to hu adoptloir b) BU Dal York light manager. Scary Kid Now story aa he I na when Wa talked in his summer home on the placid Atlantic BhO 1 Avon City. New .1.-r ''wilding was just %  kid outalai ng afraid of ihi* lights e right there Ra stack up untold wealth if he 1 pee] and l-oni* grossad %  re million doUenj apiece With TV around, Wilding can lop both • %  '. then "You British Bint hail a world heavyweight champion since Boh Flt/simmons fifty year, ago. but you got „ mng uj' Ike Una, Wilding' tot more on the ball than Tommy Kan HI nruce Wi*xicck ever %  ii.. bul without confusion at thi roaaats racommendatlon Wilding heaved hi* HI stone of well-trained muscle ofl .. neighiMHiring cbali be ura would do his darnedest to make the Daly dream CORh : .... %  .. %  h ofl the wllduf tongue these : %  %  Am of lire Wilding arrived In without ,1 ponn) in hi. poi-ki'i Now he share* with two CanadianA a five-roomed apartment at the (OOt 1 if a mountain In Clifton New Jersey He pays £6 a week rent, ha* half a doren iii)i helps in Wir household chores and reMi as 111 a second-hand Chevrolet hi f"i 1:12 Kour Kggs Above ;ill he wot u at I IWJ few Kngllsh Bghl %  % %  ihave worked—with only two weeks' holid-iy since last Oclr>l>ri lie pound* Ue mountain Foot 1 1 nk all mornings a week. ha sinits four eggs lor breakfast, life uncomfortable for the champions and chun whom he spars in two hour* Intei %  gymnasium work everj day. And he retires to bed three 1 lave It and 1 hope It pays off I B in shape I feel I „ir. iniiit .inywiing on two legs," --.tv' W.hiinKI have -ecu too many of these C All*.n* S hVdilrr t I hi a %  I.1 %  1 %  !' b K r K Or**>ild#r b I l> Ul'vnKlHF h nrr*ni<1** 1 -a. sa. •SB. %  *! %  OWI'LINI. AM r Tua-t 1 ii.-u-v %  1 • %  ana 1 a om 1 NOWUNli ANAI YBIS Mr HiMLs b Sim M %  UB) Total aoer u wo ANALTMI \: WmiKr M*ffO. B I •. %  ( 1,1 IIIIIMI I H** 1 Owmiltr Ii I Stink* M Wortnr c wBpr OnBdaral. b I s HawlH ol'aSSMg < n Auitm < BUckmaii n H Auain. M. llr.Hr. Aicb.1. fc 1 arW ft b ABBttB QibMUOB*. b I willu IVllllafii* II 1 |a 11 t IS H lAra> > 0 CAPU-TON I*T nnriMoa IliiUhim—i < a>miiuindi ii %  Iliitrhtn* %  %  V'hllr %  > 1 I -,l T*UI i. Ha.b*. s Beck In a o llud M< ii*aaw. 1. Mi ."-. Police Beal Invincible Denis Forgot Criekmt Law %  %  %  U -MI* HHi—a* haep % %  %  btuM bail 4..WH • 1111 %  BUM bnul th* *nvn %  %  V" -" %  BMBBB a man "-* %  -'" %  ;BI BI*J.I ran ai %  ttl p-Ui* %  I HM bol* %  -1 aali laui %  -,o %  ., |ha rhui The two day r i • 1 .1 %  on Tbureoa) s< ptembi 1 an inrdiuB and 48 rani It polk) was played at Qucen'j it..1 ten n Bepti N %  oenpton fr.'t 1 .lid XI la at at Hastinp tn tin learn'i mab h with 1*" i with Commonwealth rteton fred Jakemun had twined hu cartUagr Park operation > paifanucd %  r> %  ...... %  .. ..... Ii. iifinl ram* Ihiough Ih* OIHD %  LUI the Brat day of play lnvuirunner. clblo won the ios and batted and Hut Umpire iored B7 runs in tiieii Rrst Inblushln) 1 mngs. The chief scorer' Dsuuel 4Lt and A. Cfeilntyne IT. A good bowllnsj -11 Taylor who ti-ik foul of the .. 11K1 ts for II iftei bowling seven overs and three belli 11 why the Invincible leei Invlndbla fasUce in their turn at tile wb k-'l replied JIT 1 uni < %  %  sent 1 bark He wasi Nuttei a. Chi 1N %  1 M. Beet bowrfi foi Invincible wai He took tbtee wicket) for 3" ions. Invincible aaali %  otlapeed I theli %  %  end Inhingi Itled out (or 57 runs c Griffith bagged four of thi wickets and 1..needed seven run Bkippei Dan 1 tKik threi 1 u while ii. But then is jut a chance that Wilding mai %  %  .. • I-. -lajji %  ll Berlin Denis had made top 1 with 49 m HU hlcfa f"i skill m nany "t hh eentury rffoif. CSommonweelth won 1 | Paul vlckei Ran idhin ai ired sll the wickets I'.madhli ti ii.,, %  , vsis of eleven 01, and Tribe nine 1 il sponsored by J & R BAKERIES maker, of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM — WONDER WHEELS N9 I The story of the name Hercules Fly to Britain in Festival Year I BY B.O.A C. CONSTLLLATION j:. 00HIUNCTIOM WITH B.W.I.A. Gfl I ifi s 1 Slajr I In 1. I •... < %  1 Ill dl>< I* the very name Hercules stands for STRENGTH Ol ail the heroes oi olden QBMBBJ the strongest wa Hercules To-day the name gffll reprcAcnt>. unequalled strength, and ihr famous Hercules cycle has proved itself the strongest in the world. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS & 11. 1 l—ido,i %  ;.!• h.mr. I 31.25 I JT2S .. I R.ia... far, inn < .u 1.3 96.HII 1.474.2(1 BARBADOS TURF CLUB OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION AUTUMN MEETING. 1951 SUrllinji I'rrdiflioiK Is Vtur l|i>rii>i"|i'' Your Real Life Told Free Would t u baa to bitoo ••Ml niil UU >. %  mdkrati %  Blue Strrak Hum* rii/abethar. -Sun Site llarroween Rebate A. ft, Dfak* • Lad> Pink Sunn* Game Whi'* Company It I %  anlian ww Lai .IMI.II k Slalntc Bun y, i n. t FBttfU Adam* Win Mid King BxilontBti Notwlle Win. Wav lied CheckIIeel Velvet •eewell Vasmeen i I Ubsriord How Hells Fair Halls High and I-ow Inrualon I ape 1-eadlng Arti.'le fioll I ft < < onl I Fii-lsd. K nch FIu'tT * Budget Qslaahk l^ivPnt. %  Luawaj Mshouyj "..in. "lotither 1 .SocPI U M ich The Thing Tilwrlai'ar Ixtnl War Que.11 I* I. Croaa HO Oatcake H 1 \i 1 H\* Am F t irant'dl Uulcibella Dunquai epicure Firit Flight Foxglove Hl-l 1 joint Centmand Man %  H I ai Mj Lov, II %  %  • Gelding I ii v, %  M Rh 1 1 Lady RHi. 1 |uii roy Flight A1-.110 AMII ram-e Flame 1 %  Kendal Pol luntnne Bm I I HIKt, wiml.o ir aien a t \ i.i 1 it. %  \nn Tsfnin rVnuida %  nig Plame Annie %  '> Law U;ihing P Ttim View %  .it.linrt.on toidniin Escepadi 11 Fabulou Collet. Miss Fin Will ..* ti I Alsmein \|>iil' tin.. I %  Sun J.'.sValetkn Wiln. 7nleik.. •M aa. HM %  .an 11 1 V. M. %  %  1 1 %  %  %  %  izi*M 1 to change In ihe e\. Meeting prloi to the nii.:oioAuiun :3th Seplciiilier ir.i DR M ORSES mooT • %  tnking pin 1 Meetin.( 1 1 I WI 1 Barrel "MMi BIMIOV io OVIB 50 *"s COMSIOCK S WOIM PILLITS >v ^ c, StBLE!! THE1 SAID I I III Mlllt IS COULD NOT COMPETE IN WOKLII MAUKK'I'S" — tlttil %  • %  li'ftlfrdiii/ Today Your slums Aloo i.i ll.n I ;•• 11 • is proof 4lk' ih.ii ..liilii10 >l. 1 1 .ml Ui-al iii"|M-liiiuu ELITE DOES IT AGAIN WORLD FAMM:S TRUftENISED COLLARS • • Igmae T .EDDES I.IIAM 1 in



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PAf.i. an SUNDAY ADVOCATE -tsi.U SEPTEMBER 16. 19.'. They Still Know How To Lhr Well In Germany Madam. Restrain That Impulse To Laugh! ft* HI \ I Kl I \ !i\\'i i: I i I Thi* Slant i OUntj v %  %  It ...lion ms it %  UM* Yean EMM hi rlee up again ItEHIM L, %  Into out v i war rnoti trv in I %  i in 11*34. when u ..n the %  %  And th %  with all but j broken r..ced i*?tpoctaeled I preelsa volri-* look down our par%  tandrable %  Tnj lacor%  IU1I %  .. ON Ihi.I I • llcnt holt I tp i Ic Ilka ;iii Oermsn hotels nnd with a menu thot <• uld -mitated In %  v. %  %  %  .Villi %  Euviiili captain who Uv DJttiM i ': %  bora % %  % % %  we i %  I pniK asalnst the THI Bdkttftbuui] rvmafiu th* rW Thai M .. iptaln ma) DJ %  • | HI H I."' %  V ,,,. i. i ..: b3 1 I th;it i\< i ould not ri %  port in the ki This cil> i enm'inu again NOW wi an tab rtaf t' filch was (*• .:-.' %  I %  ti ion horde* Since IBsi culean effori to ColOfM MUM % %  % %  %  %  I r Important Junction ol Ui Rh'tm %  %  work %  UM rabble, from "\ I riu ; ii modern i hai BJ I: ami neon Ignts %  but now || is like .i m.m. %  %  \Vt were ul.-u lo i" 1 Rhlm IT i %  I abai ino In Its i itiuM (iir • %  Th.. RUi icl %  % %  raise %  peak Hitler brooded on Iti hanks and %  lie roi lit on the t"i>s "(v *. >. i is,mt|il %  rlvi t down on iu way. changing %  %  v lev had aerlccl (a id %  %  %  %  %  %  l %  %  %  Interlude I %  of her. J %  | %  %  %  %  ,. Alafa] llu.'IIIOIMIIII UM lens %  %  %  %  thai Hltlei bufJl %  rain transporting ot si now the) are path %  % %  > %  "i pen ran travel safely at 70 m U1 nOUl until ,1 M THBRE i Ar not %  I %  i %  %  %  en h.uiii In rebuild Niam uilh %  linirh of shame %  ilon* Ihe I %  %  %  touch on .in exposed nerve i nberlaln (Ii .t I.. %  Hitler in the desperate %  %  rtahi to ca the German pohYlcUws, "bin he %  .if such shame that one wonden why It hai %  H .-. Eh : where Hitler m hi planned I,. Inl %  Interlude %  •Hiooana. rhe propri young %  r"Officer la flu I "I piffled Arm ""i m portimUb i ara artti r ken '" This DMCe i.* Open nil rid); nnd eight, • / .i.riv meoti ui uny hour In the lorry ilr> 1 shall bttlld (i a. J shall iiien fimid another and onptAer." You sef.hr LUST the war THAT nlfhl ., Ill Munich ii. an hotel risen on II I was tcrrlbl.t punched. Imt one dOM ii"! %  i even ., Mm t Hitler. Then, i dividual Ms %  I he loat the people th. ie 4ire only Uic world thai i The) be h ave thai tin fata of ihe root of ui will Udetormlnod b) thsas throi ik unit rebuild Un'v think '.ti.it M. decldini %  IIRi \Nst EDWABOfl ALHEADY I eafl ha p >neer "Tot, thai u'i(. bv a not In Wlgan • rr.enls whkl luiiblc in th^ wake %  kind th*! gr' ti with -. Of a Aearinf—a pyramid in pli I ;i k pon layer— bust, narrower .irrnwer still e Ma with a ringla white I n s t ssid of a hat. nut lbten. : loolr ftnc queuring for ine reran Ma am. Uy to foiiot yourself 1 T | moment. FOTRO: tnat vou I ad, busy, and perroadordna housewife For i ankly. the designer did not have 'ui n mind He Mas Ilaring Th • woman h<" did have la Mr, eirnam. am i 1 VOrHi of a Paris aoirev i ex|evt to ell m re than MM of thrs • toa'.s. ha dot inl aapael to saW Pnl ICfg ai from England/-lor'jrpjul Dm—HVf ad i,ii Parla dress , n. L %, %  daring to wh OOO avajdyU h spiky he, ^ l.img It ar ihe pabUr, era, %  , %  .•„ winch taper till t' %  ideas "iiii'f alluht i Idataf Tha ODTUMB—a timngie ot %  d at the hem nanowlnsj to %  ilngU flower t I .ijex M \ rKJIIAL—a new dull r... M Chiffon, SO tipple th,it i, rlpplai as she n The COT • %  tapered .r itself and UM *ith f.tn pltatinK The (U1.I.AK vie! ai.d circuI alXI liumiH-d so that it reaches n %  si rpa frixn shoulders to The SLAVES—immensely wldo •abased, wider at the cuff han the arm' oe ( null K charcoal black worn with dead black accesorkM). The LKNGTH—a little longer than 'anklp length." it reaches n Inch or two above the instep. TinSHOCK— lona ;.i,d pointed i | boa) horn <,i assoimalilnaj CStrfci an sradint their lirnst lOWl tlirtu lor llirii st\!<-. iheil MBfieC) Bad their iuli.in.it :up SO "ill JfOUl iAiiinn n /da. And Spiisc To.. Bui f< i thOM who like to see practice stud) tiie pteUira ibove. %  -.I line.1 with Mack lamb by ih • same %  %  ..i. h less Mfl not qulto ss unniodarate. hugp collar—but flatM laka i Borbaxi IU) it. Bo on 1 ihl the designer pleases hicUants with the kind Ol COal they like n bu) On the lef:, he punches then, with enough Itartllng ideas to maka the one hand a fabulououtfit, even in Paris. On the other hand—the kind of thing a woman could wen.* anywhere.' ien 'A IIS MADt •• C S | C.*** itO (WMOt.tv*Li ON: r, STMi LOCAL AGENTS: ALEC RUSSELL CO. IMEXiCAIS t:ou >t\. Franks Goes West NKW \ Pranks Is going N I For two da] srtilM he real In Illlonalre' mansion on the %  hour to Clark Hayworth, %  • Ion And h< a gunipse I. who will b I %  Mi ( ;.. %  -in: %  ., i tin in (or s i %  >h... . few speed Itm hi bin i %  hlarin^ ill conduct bun through I %  [oi luiM u sad tee on Mtii fjes/eraor Charles a i ride the ^o Lake Tahoe. 1 buined as a rest bOl ne pluOS> .1 ; %  sterrlac Rus1 i"nyko. THE QUESTION WINSTON t III'KC IIII-L puffea %  "How .1 they not'.'" He 'i ( Kie-nns. n king ,1 grou] 1 m oi %  cene m the a .,...!-• KAIUOI BlU I Mr ChurehrlB| that the on how UM Husslans ELEMENTS OF AN INDUSTRY i II) % %  •>.'.. h 'i %  "element" is tOO often used "The ahanents" *"gg—' "the weather," .1 n -1 Lin, ntery" something emy or simple To men of science however, an element libes any %  ubstanca which cannot bi spill up Into a simpler Unary rhemlcal methods A dJcUori 11 leinent ls^ 'the simplest known Constituenl of all compound subihis rpcognition is bnsed on a theory first propounded by Robert Boyle, %  British nhernlst, In IBBI In ..n natun • of these Fie.-icnt." From th, e arc bull' up avarj 1 !le,hl : %  IndusD Is to discover how to Mparau elements winch In 1 combined form, to find out how the) can be made I mbtne into lance, useful to men, and than to evi dag them %  Drder* 1 on g rnmiiantilal 1 which this great Indu attained may be judgid from the l.ut that I Chi -meal todustrlei ...one uses .Ml or so of the to BO fewer than ls\O0O dlffer* prodt* •., Tpana s fresh mini flavour makes an InMant sppcal to children %  and Ipana is as effective ss it is rifrlining to UM There are two tound reasons tor this. Ipana's uoiq line formula tights tooth decay by reducing add bacteria and, massaged into the gums, Ipana promote 1, a healthy firmness. This in itself is a safeguard afatttt tooth losses, more than half of which arue fi troubles. Follow rhe lead of wise parents who teach their children the doubly tfftctin Ipana way tor sound u.:h, sound gums—both. Ipana for both STOP PAIN QUICKLY MEN WHO SELECT SHIRTS ON THE SCORE OF § THE J? 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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1931 SUNDAY ADVOCATE l-\(.l -IIIV Graham Green %  % % %  %  o—mm Examines The End of an Affair Sunset Boulevard /Han flbontTovon .. I KIMIUIIi HV JOHN I:H'IM:N A great de.i lias juftt %  %  %  Lajatwaatni Hted I I I... | ..t 0Bu> $378. Tsa SI".* % %  \ mie the moat romprahenstn In Iwclni may also oe •eUrtad Lucky Discovery for Hard of Wearinc „ unusual.. !" .. Nan !" *, ba, N {£•£ %  >•* .....biddm, and . %  ..SSSTSf.niJ'^S; S. „ doo.v.n. ot ,.,,. srNSET BOULEVARD playing Japanev GRAHAM GREENE move, from •< "" Pl "' s •"""""' ", 1 ,u ". Marl !" and West Al I "> unusual lhanw. KunM U Ilk* Queen Anne houses of a London common In his nr->i"tv U*w M wraioaan % %  %  — %  —t 1 .. : ". ,„...,-.-."'.!,...• lhl %  you.-.. mi D I v.l.li : %  % %  fMcin.tln. with .lament, of ^i^rJJS. ' The soft ...Wings %  MS, 10.. .,. Bui he has " b.sarre. the unuMr and the •'• %  '" %  .„*"*"'" ,,.a-:i oartaMj .c. am %  of course shifted his .round pathelic.11 Is a movin. and bltlns. ' %  '" %  %  " ' >"""£ „i u bu> in wrltinc slationery-lop name SheUy is a nua.ante, r h ,po.,.,.dd !" h..c 1 uue: SEW The spiritual scene is the same: a kind of desert of the soul, where — — ;. —,.;--%  wvw %  OKI have as their comThe narrator is Joe Gillis. and *-•" • no romantic diversion* panlons what the Penny Catechism the picture opens with his corpse calls "The Four .Last Things" floating in 11 swimming pool. In namely. Death. Judgment. Heaven u series of flash-backs, we learn ind Hell. Ih-tGiHis was a cuiU reporter wh". Greene addJctawffl M ,,,,. ^ of a ,ut tyre tlno* Hl> dlM lp in ,J renl, .; ,.! ... tlu%  il M a W I of Norm. „ vll W||( inF , lBO doubtful of hi* Aceessoi • • A|>pru."ching two million — the Ocean View Hotel th* the production record ol I'OU will, of course, visit the the Ford 10 h.p. engine. Fitted l' Richard Wldmark heads a ftrstwholly (aacinating Gift Shop thai bo Pranct and Anglia cars, t rate east, as the unpopular comis Bettina Ltd. Here %  • v and highlv econom-' mander of a U.D.T., who succeeds Shirts and Be.t .uid heroic .omo/r blocked In desir IUat t> arlda noMmu pub) W" tma Ltd. Y.H.'II dad smoker*.' lew* I ad of B unusuall i nurtured by Max, her German and exouht. she the supporting .i are equ a i|niguc ^^ ^ ntro| ^^ for r I|(UMin Th ,, „.,. lion and keeps his accounts of proposes that he stay with^ her and *"^ h dialonue. which Is at a """"• y-wheel tuninii lor ease ator with it. tliree poini enchant and ''' intl %  IU1 r-cnaml nan attach and move: Implismanl round is used speaker for maxiniuiii vsJnnM. m aac ond i. TIM nydrautlc eonti DUTV> nmnn '?"•*' '"' "'VHushed nl U!.t Mr Widllia.k. "" %  ''"'."" r "* >*•""' RTmolrt ••' ."y -""• wh.ehri.my headach land Oar, Marrtll —P ''.-*—•' %  this new story-and the only niM ""* %  When *"f.S'^ !" r5 £!*£J*J2? ^"22, e In sharp focus—Is Park,., ai. 'hat Gillis .s a writer, #nd not the the Erognien are stal rilta iloublc dealing and lost faith In edit a play she has written .... • HUM notebook. Ha Inarj bereelf In the leading role. It is micheap: refreshingly vulgar, obyioo. to the audMnea ^and ( to ,,,_;,',;,.,, W „J ,„;. .,,,.„„, dl.t..n,,„, What_. Rapermit, the front" wl„. like a pin-table discovered in the Gillis that there Is Miss Desmond and her dreams of a triumphant return get no • l • than an interview with Cecil B da Mllle. played by himself. Gillis .;:<-EUENDRIX.aliovvl. : ,',„,,.-,. decide, to stay with th. (who tells the stnryl. has o Ur Jnd wotk „„ hcr pU, :„i.l :, lass.onaualT.nr will, garab. th. ,,„„. „, by ^^ f „| U mad |, n wife of Henry, a civil servant ,„,,. with him. In the meantime. he has become attracted to gl Paramount. Rllaltglni th.it he can stand no more of tha Ad ..I. him by Mis rum>> o. ... ,, further TeAh,m..n> I MIKC.rNCV P| lafll, HI ctHnplete silence. .HI rxidlent lllm. I sffj&j ou.lt ft>i the Ti.nnis main srounded even on a ateep it has countless features among uphill (radiant. Providing work! wh.t .,| cut-out that of n |0 % %  %  '• WKDUINCi" enables Ibe pu-k-up lo bperpoWH and witl ISII | manently plugged to the Radio, ladunantl from which U) he Empire rner *'* %  *> '' P* !" | Pttcuaon Trawtoi BMtBOtNCY WEDDWO Uimi %  ( :-' ***** %  tor Edward Ev,U. Ifl.fl. A \ I •.•xpl'>-.n.ii it jps him under h ,.,..,_,,„,,„ ,..ra(-i.vt tn a voumr f*>i>\e aOetao. tha will give Mm up U ha Uvaa twiwdnro M'fc-Pfdjg JPL^ST tinraaulb an dbaaMoa and yow ordar with ZagtMafi ..ii.m.,. sun uiui.i mo peraonai SI.,kaaf but bus n^irinnd. he ten ner he is itravmi. I|)(ii| ns which ara Swan Street and know lli.i' H dlracUoa Mn. All.. f> Othar Allans, rfar buaband is nn "^e. insane with iedioti>. riil (|ily mrunnv m „ ln blld w fH hg daUaand Cboeolatc LBSI.K. u.mnlr .are in the prcpar11..H-:: mded to have her watched. ,l "'' lairs. Meringue* and Cake-ould at ion and boundhi* vtm.iv al than haattate. It a Maurice Pf"!" n n "J* ls Miss ^""J'k. najiuraiiy be laauirad in yourn.-. Man ncafleni cuiBendrix. his Ion nicely curdled playlnif her lasl %  caaa tin tn< -p,,,. u>ll eeaearni %  young selection. And when making your 51m-, therefore together with !) %  < into hate, who %  oawaraal candraa with poitce and miiiioi.anc pU>boy man ted u> choice from the i.,.,.. .1. t 1.. and cool Patio, tha aim l'arkis. reporter,for her audience. ttfu] woOian doctor. Among Zanhlrhrn, youTI raaambar 1117 bedioonis and friendly atiway, using his Swanm. is brilliant ,,, f>^ many faulU is an all-consumthat Ihey deal 1.1 ...ng to order— ,,.; ;,,..,,• hava aaaal en In schoolboy son as an innocent %  * Sawond and her ttaWl n,l J 1 M 0u .' y ". J".'?, ,lljl1 dei.iiLs 1.,, thai rtrj \ 1 QuaM House and euattfa, d ~yH eehiSusMauTana •* %  ,m •*• H,T, ,_;. ,ne Wwardt. juM..:... %  parator. but he brings in Sarah's *^^SSSTtS, JSS 1" li'i. " £* ^ "K??fi£S ' %  ,B r, " "" * rah. .1 1. -unvaniantl.' 1 patient He also has a habit of yt(|) „, hacking up on hor-nune of eondudvn to a happy Wh||( yo#j ^ Ilo ^ u MatUda, you'll carulnly n %  .-...it/iug around yo 1 Thli nWalj itrull tram and ganaan adtb this ]., aom ,„, ttlU at lam Knapsack Sprayer from t l U-adtng dafHUtmantal and Australia. Designed to fit on bardwan store* m Low) diary. loeated%  nd tmn nr c within ea> 1 to the naturalistic acting of WdUam Hulden as the unwilling It 1^ men-ly .1 Poaalbla Exhibit iiiuiM'-guivl and lover. Miss But it is utterly moving, gwanaon has not spared hei %  ith its cry fa COTher appearance and ba. %  ih.n ... '-*Tyou „ B rupt human love." And n exLntkm of the tanner st.n. Uvtrif thing plalni to llaurfca Sarah'i vow. m j,-r peat gu.n and laananoual; he? withdrawal. drmanduiK homage 'nan all. is magi"' ...:nent. QlllUa, ,, ur nf 1 (i nuu JUT'SI.Man r>K...ua, ....-a b. WUllam HoMen „iv raconclMl and U w. he .. > %  '"' <• %  •'* %  ""' %  '•"'•"'" > "'••> and Meat ( %  .. "Km.. -V %  ,t ucwng.SrSn M..,..,t,.,f T f, %  ;^277CI,!I i : % "S!r than ParfcU. A hound irhlppad rnoral itamlna. it U %  very d.mromance, and they live hannery .^ remayung at H & (. cha 1, .„ ..., lh „,.,,, ,.,„„, .idt wti> and Mr Holden has ever at'.I lcnor *-* % %  P"4B f 6 1 0 "' French MMW system. th• k.n. Erich Taking paii in this utter nonetock an cofitojatad^Cal-eolpeal v. voui Watert 1 ton promarried life. Heno BoUowi am m afath t man feels he must do gon 1 %  dahle—and that's % %  .1 pioblem arises. However %  hero and heroine are eventu1 by love—and hah Hi n bnrcb. In handled It wU if,,, dark, afltfon tha fllelur ol von snuJaim |a ouvtandmg a* v fa a r r j light at the altar, he pleads. No. devoted servant, and the scene In Barb.. 1 a Male who : M) %  again. "I which he plays an old organ, with have stayed at home. ha*Wtt*l got the sireimth. Pleaae. ,, a i r 0 f white cotton gloves on, Maurice, hove a bit of mercy %  .,11 u sinister. Aftvrwmxis she wideto bun. g Hedda Hopper. y I shall meet you on H. B. Warner, Anna Q. Nllsson and I'-ik aid Shifts 24 and 2d gaure and a %  /idea light better lnrge MWnOt* of tha raRMMI U'>nml Iligl, Tempcraui" 1 CaaaaW and Fireclay mn ^ u the conunor id than I won't [\ h ,. , .-, timi about C!ii or an>UM.-CIKHI, photography, thing else. But what's lhe_ good? mU sic are nil excellent. 1 boDavo ahare'i %  Ood 1 bauav) h# whole bag t tricks. I have %  aught ueli.-f l.kr a he had seen a priest, and there is a formula called "Baptism of desire." ,..1 and different. •THK FRtHiMtN" Few people realize that there The tender-cruel wooing In the 1 a little known b ranch of the ihurch is the apex of Graham, armed forces whose acttnlw Greene'.' In lli.iid yal wan htory. up to now. Ix-en ke.pl eerel but A story toki without exuberance" which haa played and is (Wing colour, detail, the usual furniture ; .n almost unbelievable part 111 the of a Greene novel, as though drama of war. These ore the men evarythlni hn. s been stripped who comprise the Underwater down to make room for ihe Demolition Teams and Ihclr story crowding creations of Original is told in the Aim THE FROGME-N Stn. the real villain. now playing at the Globe. There is a lot more yet. with %  -. -.... Kb* that Sarah in her last h >* <" %  * ^niS^Bn? irantic days converted an atheist interesting and !" n J ln and brought a cure to ParknVs showing the £cdlbU courage A far-fetched finale. *"£?*% ^^ I a a .a hazardous underwater missions. Equipped with rubber suits, water NEVERTHELESS. Graham goggles and foot fins, it is their Greene make* me accept Sarah's 0 b t,, clear invasion waters for change of heart. By sheer force navigation and landlnm. and %  %  : writing; not on the facts. 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I'M.I I KMT M All IV \l>\<" VI I %  IMill -.I'THIbH It. l-r.l BARBADOS f_ .1 Pttaud *i l*. UMMI AmOGffE rifU*u>a Sinui.n Scpicn.lici Mi Lt5l Italian* %  tun to tboM dairii : M | td llM atlnUM K<>;uliillons : Health prt.i uJd only (unction it and thai no Uceocea would !.' i tny dairies In the City van, Xho majorit) >f Inn Commlnriontn oi Health of Si Mil be-opposed d the Rcgulut mist the owners "i dairies still functioning within the ( 11 i ( enrnfav M ivised that %  mpowmd to prosecute 1 bound to do so and indeed %  rule although any tines which may be imposed would be paid over io tht i u ol i i %  kith "i Bl Michael. DOMtian is one in which SO many conflicting pnncij iont so thai many persons appear unable to sort them out and deal with the most important. The matter wind ."mainly perturbed the Commlationera during lm weak was the iact that it might be suggested that by their failure to take action Ihey wic acquiescini; In .< branch ol the law. Tin:, u certainly an agped ol tRe Situation which requires careful CO) Laws should not be made which are either unenforceable or which it is not intended to enforce. On tin Other hand, in recent years so many of the established principtoeon which legislation In years past was based have been ignored that it is difficult for legislator tn know what shall be the measuring stick by which they should test and examine legislation, In former years the aim was h-i legislation to interfere as little as possible with the individual and with the rights which he had acquired. Today the demands of public health and new concepts of the function of the State in relation to the members of the state has occasioned aver Increasing interference with the individual by means ol legislation. ;. ( |.il r;..i\ l.r (.Mlllpulsohly acquired, the rights which he has had for centuries In his land may be confiscated and actions which he has been doing for n,:i\ be rendered illegal overnight. Much of this interference may be justified by the conditions of modern life but those to whom the task ol legislation is entrust ed should still scrutinies most carefully any proposi Islation which interferes with private rights and should do all in then power to lessen the hardship which such Interference usually occasions. Such, however, are apparently not the principl) i which actuate the rnernberi of the G i Board of Health. Their duties ore primarily to %  arqguard the health of Unpeople of this island. Towardl Ibis end They made the Dairy Regulations. Under these Regulations as many people as are so disj>,is.u ii;.iv keep as many cows as they please so long as the milk they obtain from the COU Ll II 't gold. They cm give away all the milk hut they cannot sell it. The inconsistency apparent in such Regulation! brought forth the Mggeatlnci hat the licensing system should be adopted. Yeai i sme problem arose in respect of the keeping of pigs within the City and ii was provided that no pigs could be kept unless the owner obtained a license to do so. Obviously the license would not i>e granted unless the owner had • %  I facilities for doing so in %  ..!> %  manner Is it impossible for the General Board of it., m to realise thai .i mistake has been made and thai tbl I • I %  • better and more pray of dealing with the natter? Will i" n: i.o't thai the law cannot be changed for one man'' Surely the more people that can be exempted from the provisions of onerous legislation the better and how much rnore with those principles which have actuated legislators %  I past. The disagreement between the General Board of Health and the Commissioners of Health of St Michael is most unseemly. The Board has strict legality on its side, the %  eve lustice and rommoniill theirs The lust solution would be to effect a compitMniae such as outlined above by which no cows could be kept in the City area unless the necessary sanitary prefi ere first complied with. In SUCh .i way the health Of the i" ']>le atui > of their milk would be pi'i wit: hardship and inj;. SOI Til AFRICA THK stevedores seem intent on making living conditions in this island ever ll Not cmtent %  living i y their they ha.e now that i) refusing \<> unload s. u*a A %  tees and make them change their racial policy Now this newspaper detests the racial policy of the Union ol South Africa and has said so time and again; but before the waterfront to any haatyi and Ineffectual plan are teal it our dut> to counsel them to think the matter over carefully No good comes of cutting i '' onel noes to spit, ana's toed Since Dr. Malan came into pT\l~ ~sSi"Mo*sad*i Tatkt nT 6ta*u** dou" Kr ,i**f ope*4id N^y luutd. Good (—*•* j ^\ ~£ vo4T\ .f H* CO" ** ft%^ i^t^£m%rt IO _".!* 1 J%**0lla~v*. %  S#w UTUo US* j-f M CwJifct" AwmiW i ** ^ JtT*iwti^ ^Qll< OnUtUA 11 % %  I > 11 **rr%uri CuOp* — fownd 1M |W*4 to pwl aM w f>&bA Jtti< At* a^-ui Vinu^mtkim aUd UJ saaaajma I OLLI N S' DESK .....I IIKKI.T MARRIMANS REPORT TO TRUMAN The IIVIi<'ogif'i' rMiis Oil Age I m II i IIHBVsm ery I %  t wn the ill w< i \t timi IMD !• an con sifht of Intrr-tiiv hell %  %  %  rilnrd Io lr-ik on th< h< lit oj let i H Uv fon RM that • %  .. otd u tUitiR Uiloni Brit Mil n wai In tf07 that neol imtina i have deacrlbad at length the Ml iifluopter IT..v dvtl protPMUJ of helicopters in jilthl Two years l.ilvr. Uor I' %  -m* "teted thnt this country What of the mlll. who am his name la r itmK it on UM t.try'' In this Beld th."windmilltuday Uiemoet wiiu-i. Blrmlnah i run wiihm plum beian cxperimentina ,wo >"• 'hou' '. believe^thia Una Inr artillery, rescue cronlnealdeo(<)Di DIARIES mS2 Now Available at ADVOCATE STATIONERY See M8 for the following . COPPER PIPE*.". V 1U" ** Nl'llMafl GALVANISED PIPE '," OALVANISED BENDS — S", ?*", I'" GALVANISED SOK'KETS — 2 ". '," GALVANISED REDECERS — l 1 .-" t "i" — H" ** GALVANISED 1'MOSS l j". V GALVANIKFD ELI'SIl PIPES CAST IRON < ISTIKNS W.C. PANS — "P' TRAPS CORNER RASINS ullh PrdrUU WILKINSON & BATrTEfl CO.. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4472 & 4G87 BECK WITH STORKS S %  %  in. IN hen \ .• htlleopUn would not need %  ^^^^^x^v,**'-*-'-*-*'*-*-'-*-'-''*'-*-'-**''*-''-''*-'-*'*'*-*•'''**-*-*-*-•-*-*-*• %  ^ ah great luxury.: .*,, terttt it la obytoui % <; *.',-., .**'*-*/*-'^*********'-*-**v,-,*^-***-^--**'-. ., %  ,....*"•*• *>.o For the protection of Pipes. Bridnes. Cranes. Cables. \ Harbour Buoys and all metal work buried under^ ground or in proximity to the sea. a o %  : VIOUI *;' Ft poaathat the atandardi ol comfort • Uantk atrvici ;* twill have little relevance to JIO •iglis thHt will %  h-frcquency sor. between Manchester und nrtillery. rescue work Thfi.inc. ambulance, and a UM lleJM triKp carrier. pnwnt of the Hxed-winB lew nih %  ai the In Mnl;iy;i a small R.A.E. helltaroplaM hai twko raetdvad th Hi .( .-opiir unit has already done some Of w..t lioeda, while until alrworlhlnoM f[ p aa aon g er carryremarkably tine work with DragW.l.MOVEUP THE Visit of a West Indian delegation comprised of members of the Reglanal Economic Committee and Sir John Saint to London this month is an event which presages well for the future of these colonies. The occasion ol ttie visit is the meeting of the Commonwealth Ministers to consider methods Of .supply and production. For the lirst time in their history the Weal Indian colonies will be heard in high level discussions which must affect then economic condition. For many years it Was lamented by the Weal Indies thai on those occasions when mattesa affecting the economic interests of these colonies were being diseased, the Weal Indian point ol view was aiw.i. by c.fftcials appointed oy the BaafltaT) Ol State. It was claimed that the Colonial OffleS was in possession of ail the relevant data concerning West Indian trade and commerce but the strongest objection to this method was that it was not even made possible for representatives with the necessary knowledge t. I),, present to act as advisers. One of the most historic occasions when West Indians were shut out from importjtil discussions was the r< vival ol the ("aru*la-West Indies Trade Agreement which had done so much for trade between the two areas. On thai occasion (he West Indies were represented by a Colonial Office official despite the protest to the then Secretary of State and the fact that there were men in these colonies capable and wilhin; to put the case fur the area. The founding of the Regional Kcononiie Committee was hailed in the West Indies as an event of major importance Its work during the short period of existence has been extremely beneticial to the entire Weal Indies But in trie examination of the facts pertaining to the less material welfare of the area it will be seen that the existence of the Committee has given a verve and impetus to the desire for unanimity In handling the problems of the area The West Indies are far from the stage of political development when they can be re i aving dominion status but in the opinion of the British Oovernment ll would be desirable for icpiesentatives of the West Indies to be present at the meeting of Commonwealth Ministers discussing the problems of supply and production. evidence of the fact that the British Govarnmenl that the Weal Indies are growing up and have a right to be heard when questions affecting their welfare are being discussed. i short lime (or onfllcs in lifting wounded and sick i ven "t "!,vennun nut of thick jungles, landtni: %  rn comIn small clearing* in which It 4j pa t" elaar* would be Impossible to put an orrntlfiN dinarv aeroplane down. uhlch "" •i and bavi %  11-14 r-,, i potter the ( Hi. hell, recently the helicopter has been m^ tlxuighl ..I little value as a Unlita modern airrraf m* aircraft. That, I thnik. to the quaaUon "Why has pleUon f paaetnftr machine vith i cabin 2ti Hntish European Airways none ol fc*1 ft I vend by two *""• the big commercial airline* iD550 h p. Atvi pears ti Pas;enger ln| Irms of both Europe and Helicopter* Amern i So after experi:n >nts with UtU Fur man) jrtara, varloua miagthree-waters, we i;re at last proinative schemes—or should one .'agrossing towards r^al pastengt-rfreain*' I .. %  %  I IUI'. AIM i-v.ri In theao we have seen heucoptan the "l";! Not .1 twirling Into the air from i and aerial taxi win-..... %  jumpmir all the traffi. ich was headP/ bl ^ r ,'JSrS^KTeJafc Li rtrtiubilo* Truly It I ifattn ". tro ^ an V ,.^ Z.?.£ JLt aUng thought that om daj wamay *hip. The idea is to equ p some b. able to tlv ttralght from the Thu committal which racanUy ships in a convoy with helicopterf centre of LoOaVn to ihmiddle f i bl bad It rtrat i i-n. crtlmatea which could hunt for enemy subMuiicheiterorBtrminfhan opten will rnarln. thus relieving %  the Navj log all the rend journeys to and be ivallabU In 1964 while Mr rrom having to provide convoy from the Hirp..rts. wh: CMal Rxeeutiva wh light aircraft carraara, Furanl detr.i.t aTeaUy from the adol I n Airways, ha %  istRU' tar ai a naval agtratod recently search for the submarine Naval pilots maintained istiinl Dragonfly patrol over the which the submarine wa> lost. In a future war. merchant ship' niaj carry their own helicopter:lo augment their defences against oai Early this year trials %  van curled out by the Roya'. Navy using Westland-Sikorsky Dragonflles from the fleel supply ship fort Duquesne. Out in thi ;,W;;',-, Channol. ,,,„ n !" „l .ha. .v.n to ..Ih,.,,. Kiuh_ca nd hlh windi 1. BITUMINOUS PAINT is your wisest choice. We can offer you BITUGUARD BLACK BITUMINOUS PAINT vhich will effectively solve your problems, and is. travel. Such draami are beKnujing to : .1 fore the Clt> hellcoptei < i vices r iher tests are to be carried out. expressed the hop. that the Bristol The American forces are already ITS Wilt Ix 1081 Tha u-nig larwe helicopters. The SlkorCrlbbattCommittee (ol which. In*> "->• 'he rnilltary version of cidentally. Mr Masefleld was a the S 55 (which Wts lands are u ant to lay, "Tha i-uild here) has been tried out for 10-12 pai will air ambulance work in Korea. not be economic, bul may have %  American helicopter desigm paratlon Brlttsh Europe limited lal w %  %  wide range trom little oneAnways will not budge from ii* but it will rcpn • aanttal man affalri to multl>aaatera< Con% %  I %  • n'thing to stage in devd< In the prosiderable research is going on or do with 0Ver-Ctt3 (Mnn until D ,. M ittable commerthe other side of the Atlantic into reliable, well tried two-onglni They eommeated thai >hc use of blade-lip ram-jei ivallable ThU li a 20-teai%  M be fully motors. There are about a doater, resulting ut eiflMd at bu manufacturers in the United Statct a eraoh MI croi II will be sevproducing helicopters, and bit do mon than anything t.. retard <. ra i years before helicopter aarBaaui are on order now for the hi UCOPU i :i(h do not need to be tubever-expaiuling U.S. services. Thl %  Uon. American Army, for instance %  for the time arhei plan-, to switch all liaison aircraft .. network ol hetlcoptct routes *-ill Tic coninuttei I a-, put in n vast from llxed-wing machines to helihnk the Us %  lUes of Hi italn It an ounl >f atudj I io tha problarr copti i -. and tin y are buying quite antal fwllcoptei unit, and has even gunto the length, L number of large helicopter Krtng-Comn indei n \ C \n consultation with Brlttsh Eurotransport aircraft I, %  done .i great amount ol • ,> Mrwa ng up its rat with the Bast AngUaii hi is for a But the rivll uae of the hellcoD. mall service, then (tie CardUT10-teatei toe fughte up to arm ter is still awaiting development Liverpool passenger aorviee (the rnUea, n .1 Mrtei evea In the U.S.A.. the most air.,i tiist Khcduled uaaniign lagi Pow provided c ona el eui country in the world operation vita helicopteri) la i by four L* Ion and the though it t.. There are %  nil w mi ind now Uv Londoa-Bli i lected hellatla engei ei vices, and insham flights Deliberately, B.I A copter i> 22.0OO ll The helicopter the civilian use of the helicopter U has lost money In order \<> (all 0 m.ph. Md tO ..irinaii carriage in LM experience: the little Sik.rsk% s Hellcoptei aervleaa layi UM Angalaa and Chicago, though then M*s cannot pay except nt fu e wouiii be of relativ.l> I %  pi i t<-d helicopter taxi aerwhUh would attract DO %  '' p 50 un r example, would take is tm mar* than the time it lakes to -:t •> helicopter against fl 2 h" % %  i ike oil horn, aaj the Sti moreover, waterproof and resistant to most types of * acids and alkalis. ; PRICK: S1.72 per J-Oallon Tin § For bos. results, .he following ins.ruelions should sj be carefully followed :— For new work, apply 2 coaK of BLACK BITUMINOCS P UNT. '•BITUGUARD" For previously painled work, rub down .horouRhly. clean, and apply 2 cenls of 'BITUGUARD' BLACK BITUMINOUS PAINT. When in doubt — SMK01 "INTERNATIONAL" —and be safe. miin.b lourtu \ ENTERNATIONAL PAINTS LTD. DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AgenU. rail; Glasg"" lo r4ottlnghai U ...i ol 8 hr. strony con r in ton thai, so far __ eaptml resotircvs and olher oa~ ilortal preoccupations u-ill allow opmew l of helicopteri %  utla6le for ctmirnrrciot operafloii i..l).v and mr.ttnw lh.reqidrcoienrj one 2 2 characterijnes u"hieh we havr i>.dleaied should be intensified That ~€Ul!iSl\G" FEELMXGU Our Rc'actWs Say: I I svful I'ur/Hw l -,. %  I Bin i read aitl %  '• '• i -.iin'i in thti mornlni ith the i % %  %  %  %  'ustoms enforcing tinIve to the removal 'i the warohouses within I As one Who hI eapertenca i em ol tha ihtit under the pn %  4 the ptroUei I tha fouowuig i HI %  artaln clas. of In,i octal % in the past used the* %  ..'.. for his goodto thi maul of OUM i creating a block to his goods prompt I v (21 There is another class of Importer wh.> %  .me in aotnc -vu-e buying Io drafts when pn B h he cannot dneuments to I duty pay his goodl %  %  a bo: i i block now be controlled. I am of tha cfdnlon thai Dura is a great need <>f man %  move on md deliver the II appeari t.> me thai the exbMotdon "i the lime hunt .if 10 days to IS or 20 ..ke Mie •.g \o the ahortage erf warehouse aecomm"•f • l lot of goo would lie delivered carao fi":i the next -tip BTOUld nive and h to bl the aoluUon to this problem is the cointruction of .1 deep I AgaBU cannot le e\i .1 .:.• sums of n %  %  they know what t-< going to le n of The Government regarding a deep ater harbour Thanh • %  %  PROGRESS Scout* Sa\ Thank* cats. ^bc 2nd period ol 9 da) > i would like to your staff, for your keen Intera us diiniiK oui %  tea m your beautiful Island. PPart and publicity given ui through your Nawapaper wai most encouraging and grallfyinit and for thii we are deeply grateI should aln like to thank thi i iiblk fur tha wakomi extendei Ut, and especially to the man\ .ud around Id who did all m their power to make out % %  The programme arranged rnabkgj u% tu aae mam o be B %  >. % % %  Spots of the Island. Aiinun; %  %  mentioniiig are your "Animal %  re of tht lOVOtteet scenes we have %  f.it seen Another is the I : The boot rules we took, the Camp flrcN am held, the manyfriends and ilrother S. met will indelibly remain m our <• %  < mor* %  Yours Sincerely JOSEPH A B. JAHAM. on bob %  .'• %  %  ri'ssi; I'epartment. f HOT lamtted. Point lTrinidad, HW I 12th September. 1951 ^ Not only on ihe deck of a miMlern liner but right on Miur lawn under it smiline. moon in-iiie,ht Sil back and sip A (itHHIARDS I.Ol.Il KK.\II> KIM mixed with a CANADA I>RV GINGER. You'll be delighled with lhat CRUISING FKEI.I.NG.



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PAC.F TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1951 B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES \ -i B B < Radio Notes: PoetaOf&\incent 1'iMiis^iun in "CarililH HI Vk-n • %  veint.g programme -Caribbean • %  ,1 hav e noticed that the P %  ^2"";*'!* MM h* ;,£>. IUIHN. i,'".: CIilRCH SERVICES N> AnalyWl .Si. I .. \" IT IJRtNARlrH Suh. Ml IStr. 1MI Trimly XVII %  R II Buchnrxt • %  m O-rnl Ku n Th* Addnu 11 a m M.lnv. an ? .d tow w*a* wff a* •—tmng for V-lfti a* ucUd by Rn. LBraes-Clarke Batata*. ny Mr. Olga Brown* and C C*tioar, •IM noa. %  ** KM n ml more man its expected share oC r... tMI is a m uiwikaav ctci .Mrs ami n lew month* r 1 > %  % %  ag.. II was pointed 0U1 in OM ** these programme* I ——iota *> a definitely recognizable school of %  poetry Sourishing th. %  tha prtj ,„,*£ : ^T ." riioMi .oar. cipal exponents bcin; E. McG. ; *.> m ctirMMo Thinfcin* To-da Keanc. Owen Campl Re* B WELLINGTON it. .**at UMUt 1 p n> C*mp M"it 4 1 nav U M M*at.n*PRBACHDt >r MRMT OS*** CARLTOB Nawr i.OX HBMCalUAU• J" %  m Vr V li John Ipa Rr\ R SSrCulloufri M ilITOWX-IB -n, Rr* 1 i. .ton Racvption Barvar* 1pm Ur three was brought t lion of Mr. R. B. L turer in FJuTll COHORT Of h .* wittten the nttenPage. LecUMrcntQ Indies. He ] npprecttarr nl th* 1 SUNDAY io t IH Thr N". p m BUT fcltC^UPMBl T rum SIUH-II li VMX HAIJ^-* S* a a* Mr J I i Mi J E M.M.*% • i EIClfTaTOWR—il an kwv p m Mr L B 1 BAY II %  "£-•, ir* r..:%SBrsa. T t K: : %  Mai : eiation "f th... worl .nd listenera will be able to heB£ e the atcond half of the proirammi' 'Caribbean VotCM* the m.x IT 7SHt tlrl being ii short st | Natpaul of Trinidad begins at the regular tirn. 7.15 p.m. Everest Expedition 15JI some of our reader* will a-pi'i. MiiMiM HieifMBlR II. itrncru n MAlJCriTR CMBbf I DIAMOND CORNTH M-tlhf 3 pm CW5 MWWf Oiiatn Maor* Tb Al HRR I.MONT II am Mi %  Mr C Mnllu.li mrrRicT c nrmriiT 1,1 !" Bro.ne._l pm ftappl I:*M Th* Nrwa. 4 10 Prf" ^Wrl-d.. know there u to be another at4 is p m rrom iiv t^orna^f*n^ u mp, ,o clm, B Mourn **£ J^"Tr,,:''.:'Rf .-'J this year. The le.itier will be t-ric M TC „ W m. a p m Voice .. d**j Shtpton. a veteran of three of the vtotta, p m from ih T . %  ow i %  • p n> M Krlnlne ;artlon ll %  .,. %  ,-... % %  Mr4MHtHt Rr-ila* Tm4 nAi'ii-i _IOKAVIAM Et-mM Beww*; w-**-r: %  > T C %  Bjajv n 'IRATE Hn^ II ) %  Mw i.lPtt BarMi r EvmlnR BfTi*i PrMeNw:' M*. B. %  ; Han.ri'INBTK Ham Mnmim Beeftet PnathrrMr C Gn*n; P"i Evbt laktr. -. .. i>r.ici.i Mr O WeehMIh J.imalr MONTO Art 111.1 MM U I Ml T Q Down**. T_p • E\*niiia Btrvlc*. *watr>*T R*v mm corded discussion will be broad. m tntaiua*. %  *s KdiiuiMili. • p m Pror a*t by the BBC in the con week and in it Eric ShlptOfl describe the cOUrM In* i-xpedi' Duii lion will t.ik, 1* likely to meet The ascent, expected to start abor Septe-nner to the first attempt to climb Everest from the outhwe: and Ih* first to be tried In winter. The bmndrast v. ill I.. at 7 15 p.m. i>n FrTBay. 21st inst. but cnlv on the beams of the COS and not on those rvhlch, John 10 p in tnirrludr 10 ._ \\t Bar>4. 10 44 p o. Bclvoc* Rr\ i#i* f n 1 PROI.RAMMV I SCPTEMBEtt H. 1*31 pt-10 p.m. N'* BV-10 p m Canadian CMonlcl*. n Mo 14 tO M Footslogger Incomes Over $5,000 Pay $5 Million Taxes iProm Our Own Corrvtpnndnili %  %  %  %  — ~ GEOnGETOWN. Sept 12 lM8t I fill III OX GlV€ Increase in the Staff of the Income Tax Department mean* %  efficiency." The Commissioner of Income Tax kn his report to Government laid great emphasis i>n this subject and cornmeiitlnii the report at the Statutory Colds, Coughs, PH0SFERINE for more confidence! If lack of coaaadaRcc •rarrics you and you feel rjpad and deprcaaed Ihrouajb oeerwoek remember bow I -cry useful PHOSFERINfc has been J to other* m a similar state. ft docs you good in two ways — you rub It on and you breathe it In! For quick, sure relief rub THERMOGENf Medicated Rub all over your chest, throat, and back. It* healing warmth relieve* congestion, and breathing the pleasant medicinal vapour It gtvat off clears nose, throat, and lungi. DOUBLE-ACTION THERM0GENE MEDICATED RUB In big glass Jars and handy dandy Tins PHOSr^Rn^maybehistYrhat you need to put back strength and energy. HHOSFERINE soon revives the appetite and, in so doing, it revives keenness for work, for enterprise. PHOSFBJUNE helps to build up staying power—gives you reserve of patience and goodwill when you need them most. Try this grand took today, la faquid or tablet form, a Tablets at i'HOSFERINB aqua) to drop*. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS * ni)Mlll, 0 %  > %  !. I*f.nl.. Si n) II, mt f %  InfW.... Cultural Mission Big Welcome .SUIIIIMV gav WALKER NO. 1 in Aimi for the haW-hour between 7 IS %  '"> Truman He ia fmiious for Mtcluig of the Georgetown Chu... and 7.45 gan earry the West ^ %  •""t out White House corfc, of ComniCT C( vice 1-resident A aV aiianand B2S *TZ^l^ SS^S on 1 &&*%£ -> r* ^ *" nWd wt ^ bSned S?rec^o 5 us* h, c e .n n S mb.e, So when he announced £ -he Ch picked u,> clearlv on 9.51 or 6.11 " napecUon tour of the Kansas in* lor the *ame thing for me^cvclU in the 31 r 49 metre "'"^ nr £f n Wpd ," te ^ J ,,cy l,umbCr ot yca "ST asked: "Plane or car?" The President said he would vaalk. From Wavelength Chiinges the correspondents In unison — a Listeners ihould now that as lmu n'l-an. (rom Sunday. 9th n.l fear* ^^ has been a change in the be It) this ana. After the W< iV Uval of Music and Ur.tm.i Indies halfhour—7.15 to 7.45 pm fOK OuM) s/ewfcl the Athens -if tli.—arhier iv on 11.71 and Ml WortlV baa Man wMi fa Mj | gsajfjBcycUg m the '2i< and ill t-i-'l drsM of Ilatis. flowers and met re band) the former will elOM floodlighting. In the coming week iFraSl *>in U" Cn*iion*l*i i.f.DitUfcJUWft, aept Thousands of East li H big welcome t Missionaries, Swsmi leader of tue India: man and Swsmi I Bhramocliari Itajkn^.i.... PMT *J I t.iy. rho will be spending sonic •._ 4.*.~i~_.. __ lecture time in the Colony on tour. Mr. Patac U'Aguiar, Managing ThOJ were met at Atkinson airDirvctor of ktaasTS. li'Aguiai I""' by a Keceplion CommltUe Bros.. Ltd.. ui his rcmarka said he-ni.-d by Hickram the Hon. Dr. that one thing which struck him 'H Singh, O.B.E.. and after a very forcefully in the Report was garlandini ceremony proceeded to Hat on rough calculation he Georgetown at the hOMd of a ...rkeo out that Bll per cent, of motor car .aval.adi whn-n im-ludthe taxes, more than *a million, *<* ear ntted with loudspeaker. was paid by people and companies ""d rendering Ba with incomes over $5,000. There n th wa V ,0 hr Cllv they made comuarue* and ,our u,p l l c w '"nal weland its plan • WynfOrd Vailgnan Thomas who Jt j ( ,t ?dj indivlauauT"* it""is om *' D v '"*' Ea "' Indian Comby a beam on 6.195 megacycle., was an observer of m.uiy tvant 1 UdannubUlo conclude thul those 1 n 'l ,e "h th< Ea' 1 Bank of the 411.43 metres. This latter will at the Edinburgh Festival, will h w contributed HO per cent of the ,h rnen,ra Rlvpr Al1 alOMJ the continue, along—with that OB SMI Uk back on the Festival illusIncomr Tax, or rough)v uUiut ,ule Eus Indlaji tamluM BBjthmegacycles. 31.32 metre, until (rating with recording som c of one-quarter of the total" revenue ^,,,, *' ,nclr houM gll''ries to the .lose down at 11.00 p.m. landing moments—an emgf the Colony out of a population "* %  ?* **** visitors while others barrassment of riches. The proof 400.000 Mr. O'Aguiai added K'hered at the corner place fbj gramme will i* broadcast by the that it showed a very urgent need %  H* 1 o rov e dlrectlt to BBC on Tuesday next, 18th inst. for more production and more industries in the CoUaiy Edinburgh Fesitival Edinburgh is now romm 0*end of her Fifth IntcrnatrOnbeginning"at lOJS'a.ni! visitors drove \ Hindu Temple In Kitty. East Demerarn. where another large crowd awaited them. MACLEANS IPSlflOTJSIl TOOTH PASTE keeps ^ISiSra Wl£ia^Il and healthy WORN OUT %  ndil'if around wh il.'. iinabW ni wwk lath* BBMfM MafcCMaMl ,i,,.a., iuiit„. %  kutatn fcit-r moui wastMsnd taM Iron. \ MBBBI s la s sss l wkk HI* I-I ikMB and SMMrabW. Thrn ,• the in (.. Isk. I Wd'. Kkkwr '''• u "" I hw DaddTi Stsrl IJ BM BBS k>dr*>> drain any HMM harsaM waataa. Sam row 'ei-in* (•alow u rapUcad k* eh*/l*d*d •norfj and pap Bw b* aura I* ft th. pdai Dsstf. Udsw* PilU-2 <*r Urf* Meat M BB Srsg Hwroa. # li. 1* i? Shell Is proud to have played ii leading part for fifty yaara In tha progress and developmeot of internal combustion engines on land, on aea and In the air. Shell research has bad much to do with tha perfecting of the modern Jet engine. For the Comet today, for Uia BBBBBBT horseless carriage of yesterday, H has buen true to any .... you can be sure of (SHELL] PEACE? NO! ARMISTICE? NO! THE ENEMY (High Price) is trying to negotiate a Peace Treaty with WILSON'S regarding the onslaught they have declared on him during their RECORD BREAKING SALE. Their Answer is "NO TRUCE, Fight or Surrender"! Meanwhile WILSON'S are attacking new positions on numerous lines of Merchandise at RECORD BREAKING PRICES. BEST FORM BRASSIERES Black. While &• Tea Rose In Nvlon. I.ace. Satin & %  Cotton in America's latest ibapai necially designed for comfort on whatever model they are placed. Price Iron. S1.2II up. CELANE81 UNDSaWBAB This needs no Introduction but iuat to let you know we are ..tl.nng a wide range ol Panties, halt and whole Slips & %  Night Dm :it low prices for Ladies and I LACE EDGES The 6nest assortment you ever did see at surprisingly low prices. Boys' Navy Blue School Cap* H 12c. Each. GENUINE QUALITY tINENL SHEETS > —"^ RO ins x 100 ins Q **.67 *l> PILLOW CASES 20 ins. x 30 ins @ $1.44 each HEATS 1JIAI.ITV CAMBRIC til inakini; Sheets and Pillow cases. :ili ins. wide Q 75c. per yd. SHEETING—90 ins wide only $2.80 per yd. BEDSTEADS with coil springs complete-4 ft. 6 ins. (ID 38.;i MLM each. (We deliver) SHIRTS: SHIRTS: We carry only the besi of those by Brewster. Sandy McDonald. Regal Lucky Boy. Renown, Premiere & EUtBjin all sizes. Shirts for the Conservative Hot Shots 1'rices from $2.00 to S10.OO each BAGS: BAGS : Here is your chance to buy a Bag for any occasion. We have them in all ihapes. styles, sizes and colours Clearing entire stock at prices which must attract attention. PRICES from S1.M e.ch cp. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS Fine quality, beautiful designs (5 16c.. 18c.. 20c. each. THERMOS FLASKS I-pi. 9 $1.30 each CHILDREN'S VESTS Stan 4 II 0 7c. MCR. TOILET SOAP Palmolive 16c. rake Hotel Size 4c. .. Odex .... 15c.' „ Cashmere 22c. .. Lovely 12c. .. Cl'RTAIN NETS. In White and Biscuit. Blue. Green, Rose Tango, and Gold in Silk and Cotton PRICED from 52c. to $1.00 per yard. Shop for these now for Xmas. INDIAN MOHAIR RUGS. Plain and Beaut '..' designs — 16 ins. x 27 ins. 'u $3.70 each with desig. 16 ins. x 27 ins. fu' $2.18 .. Plain 16 ins. x 28 in. & .* .. with design 16 ins. x 27 ins. @ 11.45 .. 14 ins. x 23 ins. @ $1.28 18 ins. x 30 ins.


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M M'U -IMINIHI It Ii. mi M Mi \\ MIMK X II I'M.I II HI V SOIL MANAGEMENT IN BARBADOS MR C. H.K %  u. ilture. talked to mem SuSr •' *ln MIMtlt in Ba held its half yearly nut-tin*: .in Prides The %  '.•> cluoe cycli l large It u obviuu^ ;h.t clomr jilo..,ji ing im Uiroosjh trai'i n and him m detail. Anotf i viH be held I and l<* <>f •wein that linlBBi ear—a matted Might to bo abanduned. know for makes allowance for change* In B rainfall and vai v-body Mom RU 'iildnotrun throuch ihi-pi..bto teal undei a i the fcrarfmoorf hurriedly but should hold ano*<.< %  %  contour furrow or *'* to the batik.' It is UUs. cambered bed*—that (hey ir.et in "Where should one dig the new Id likt ior soil sampling and analysis II touch with US We IM hole'" Now at flrv i you only do our best to help lav u it would -teem to a wa* 1 ..ibifuL out in the most ndvantageoui ; • st at We ab •'.. bank only to dij the i ava!1al>:< la the liaiU'. Hut thai is what the major. ^ actuauj do ithan i %  been bum up In the past If w. : '• r,l V ','"" %  "* "" n. IhaVwe t.lr foliOW UM ntmZ UUllaa^r a long In-l period, whethe, i value %  %  hava never. %  , A, i. ,:. %  .: %  i %  I %  luaatlon of stand itnca .' mud per to be a question ol mulch. known that lilt. .. I* well "lud IN a valuable ieitil. %  Bj b] their own trash Just taming both phoaphMa an artist the I Ian are, as gen. It i> used in Aniu Ore have said is imkt. (h than PAIN CAN BE CONQUERED! (kitACf H / (onulM QUININt it it. fOURTH laajMaaMM • Tr. Quin.na V— — J Im ttocn scientifically blended — ilh i"re %  ell-proven medicines (FtnmKeiin. Caflatn* and Acett Italic/lie *c>di SO (hit t>a lour mediOM* tofetner acr. *ja*rf it.<-. Thai n .h, relieve, pam >ut. md ret lores yd H imw of **ell-r>eig ii welcomed 6/ Ooce > Gttit Britain alone M) ( %  •Md.. haadschct, toothacha, rheni .lUCt* O.cr 12.000 doer, new .pacific brings row smuiftfl tion of this raaarve | ;;,j. crop* iii dose • .nmg eloaa correlatu>n between %  ;l K2l> we should be POSM ||i aiid n *ble to exercise much vhlch ori ihi ntrol on tha appllcathM of mrable to the growth of i i loam M .>lly tor the purpose ol %  orrelation I |1 H haa baan la i the treatment. •thar?aon (ol and a %  I We aha tgaln ivhUa I I %  i unportant part S nd l Ihis „ n >hall be in position to detei%  tandard mm<1 wh thc '" "he idea is pracibla or not. The acono m k valUl of a close control o( potasli with that of any manuring i*. of course, obvious Dthai suii.ii proaucina couni to all persons connected wflh I big sugar can c growing, V/a I) || Niiraaen: • ntal tn.imi la I . : arhan Iha racotnnv n %  and thai In man) %  opinMuv IcaJ plantci<\) Aatsltealion „f ruae ; We have notieed raw that It Is a progressive >f tilth which mil... %  known, for %  oil an excellent top di-cwdny foi %  %  : i %  %  • n favourI If Mr B the a* it In your %  It) New i uluv .t,,.,, sxkniv thla Deno ra%  il i ba adjuatad I P braaaed Iha un' %  I deleitn.T;.' type and of grouping soils acf$ tern an I .op|ied soil i> good soil mniiaifenieiii, ani ii iof rse rea Ihat %  %  %  '" hoi %  t for a w< <.r iha %  %  i n %  IK IndiaN in iha %  %  %  %  /orthwhiii freighting Again In I no aaparunenUj involving Iha uat tai lal Tha tad th.it ... iHjr foils raaponaaa u %  ould rark Wa wool narnban if'l' .... n illtei ... 11m mud as fertiliser In eon* like Ui ask f.>i youi halo Wa hi pa U • we navt rhown ihi* aftarnoon ti>..i there nurah* and Deparl t I 11 than but uafortu' ..lid OUt Anani lal Umitr I it oi thai dlflkully by Incraaaing %  nou adaj in th< i leantime, we ahould Ilk) > %  %  %  Mm; "Ui %  a in. ii y< i %  bui and dent iti M thT turgenei 1 Ftveci, i, ncurilgii — ihu *ond*ridi rl.cf frorn all of thsm Too can buy it in i two-tablet •lope enougn to bring quicM relief bout of pain. Or In a handy 20-tab'et b Or m a 50-tablet bottle (lor Bj ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIR GET •ANACW TOD AY! %  Hitn at-tea un*tr i. m Dodors Pr.ive A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days >m m UKADIll .S<" %  ^1 %  igaaaa Into P* : % %  %  requin ad Utional nlti | • lUl'lllg llK.U Ahull HP iTtainh %  B'dOB Horn Minister Diet* In HA,. iattei W taki them i indotn and no attempt has been made to | importance how it la obvious that one ol 1M1 „.t ..f the rain •ibiefo the former ihcae two ophilona must ba wrung ... ... ,.;u about planti a on the and it Is for us to find out which 8 to 10 weeks after thr BrM apphviously does nm valui it as high! %  is. Either, as we in the Dcpuilcation. it. We It incut believe, sloping Mill which This doUDHl BpP I cultivated on the congn and, over a period sulphate of ammonia, u I In the. meantimi .1, soil i-,.usi.. ra, t-nd to loae their ferIt b no aaay task on the second we should like to hear yuur \iews tility u a raault, which km ol occasion, when the i it is ma raconunended pracfertility will eventually be re,, ^ ri1 ,"" f'" u :,w,n vigorously in lowered productivity mag and rotoona ..t iha .,„d paduead ylaaaa; M thay do rate of II CWl pal ion (U I QO| and m.iv |>e safely cultivated tor. to 191 cree) At certain n tha cans hoto systam Indafln., times heavier -rates ol appllca,. 0 | v And ugailli vlXher cer^ In |n ^r ^ We should like t ask those nraaanl why Uv nonla ahould ba appued th* hard wa>' as wo oall .t all In one apt %  tuitaM l T r baa timr' Wa mufhl point order off' : 7 'E nip rC *\ U Z? !' order of -i cw. ton fl5 u ^ in lne n,.pirm ,en' be|iv hc pepurttnem Indicate that to 10 acres, but U* ,s often an ,,. L ,. g^ J^R £tat M M excess of lartlli durve by being plac optimum cane ut least i cwt pn acre A .. tarn ol cambered bads occurs In August and Sept %  ith go "i .it.nii.iL5.or they a %  OUf, 11Q an ,| W ]ij ,„ | %  •!'. Ju in terms of yield ol .if left in cane holes. It is the latest -.ii.-lv necessarv to find out which Wa .%  abb Bj means of fht u true and to And it out quickly chemlenl annivsis of jroUr soil. Unfonunatol) the gradual siting: whether on extra rrrt (iion of a sloping group II soil This problem is ana which ... lonn term process, and in any arises in rannocuon with nha cane ra will <>.beneflcial irt event the comparuton of one held hob.-t.-m and should thus be of . :[ i: uw vi( .iH ,„., -„.. %  m-iahboufs Ii lak} in-'-M^' to those ol you do not hesitate to put hi lo drOWIwlleve in that svsteni It til .1) V lam. <•> Ratoon Tillage: '.limn ratoons is i e that Found "I nu r i Ua> IRGI ["OWN Si I %  i H Ulan O i hs Rica off th, %  who died .. .It Inresidence Cl I boi ,,i; Mai K 1883. ui, m the Chun b look Pa n a ma iha w< %  i India i \ In 193:t rsrdalnad t.. tha Mlnknn Christian Hkjgfffn < huri B .. %  :! %  ; %  a Bunertatandent, in b I with th Cl urch "f the N; I I'IIMIKIIIIO: JIHl Cane llutr What You Should Know About Your English A l.K you content with the way you speak and write'' Are you sure that you are not making mistakes that cause Deople lo underrate you? i Never has the importance of good English I son more widely recognised than to-day. If you rt express yourself persuasively an I forcefully | j i b ive an immense advantage m your business or professional work as well as In social life. T>oes your English enable you to appear at • -.ur best on all occasions ? Can you express your Uucntly — and correctly ? Are you sure of your pronunciation and speVUi? ? Why You Are Judged by tat Way You Speak and Write You are Judged by Your English reveals you. the ano you express yourself. Is it not a fact that you judge others by their h nrd writing? Just as you are favourably .ed hv the man who has a ready command .' eottajc t, polished and effective speech, so you reeerva an unflattering impression of the man who aa for words and is obviously uneasy about Hnslish. No matter what ability you may possess In directions, you are gravely handicapped if English is defective Every day—every rnintlhi—you run the risk of being unfavourably ,'issessed. How You Con ENGLISH in IMPROVE a Few Hours Your Why So Many Students Recommend the Effective English Course Many students say that the moderate fee charged for the Course is the best investment they have aw r made. It is not surprising therefore that numerous people enrol on the recommendation of Regent pupils. You will enjoy taking this famous Course. You will find thrt the lessons ere so fascinatingly written that the study becomes as engrossing as a recrration ftesl of all, you will have the confidence that sprints from the knowledge that you are making real prourewt with earn lesaan How You Can Study Utio Coursa in the Odd Minutes of the JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney trouble A function of the kidneys i to eliminate haiinfill impurities from the system. If the kidneys grow sluggish, these •npunUea in parucular excess acid a.. umulate and settle, and become a cause of pain and suffering in joints ar.d muscles. The way to tackle the root of the trouble is to help the kidneys. They should be toned up with De Witts Pills the medicina made specially lor this purpose De Witt's Pills have a soothing, clcanttng and antiseptic artioo on the kidneys thai y bnaga them back to perform thru %  natural funcuoa properly. Pe Witts Pills are a eery well-tried remedy. They are void all over the world and we have many letters from sufferers Idling of relief gained, after years of suffering after taking Oe Witt's Pills. They act on the kidneys quickly. Wh f them for your Uouble ? your chemist C'town Wilt Get Potable Water Supply Scheme Mi OBORGETOWM ft pt | | in. Qc s ir Charfa wooUeyi K C M.G win ornclall; decls town's pt %  i. BJ -.. SM , ( ... on Heptanabi i M, 1951 %  i i i' i %  i %  tha >.i>M For 2 Brighter. Fresher Complexion, use pjlmo'-.e ^ Soap as Doctors Advised ";t Leodmg thin ipeoahilt proved thai Polmoltve Soap con improve compleaioni in mony ayi Oily ik.n i J0 k* less oily-dull, drab skin wond.dull, hfiflhter Coorsa-lookmg skin afipsari fW i at %  > is Jm i|>iiSiii • 1 w*> .ff. J >.. so ...w. -...„. -V-ol.... HA M| -—. 3"H IsswaSBi tans Baaaaaaaaaaate irv them for your Uouble? Oi chemut and obtoiu a supply today DeWltt'iPllli %  r* %  •<• ipHl.Br fer BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMtTIC PAINS IUMRAGO SCIATICA OUR CUAMNTEE Dr Wltt't PilU are I 'nm!. n.lrr .'i i:. iTK.' 11 condiliooa |>J Ihe 'm;-'in.'. loniiif .1 pant,. all ronlnrf D.r Write now for a copy of "Word gives full details of the EffWuve ] th-it th. • %  %  %  • %  lessons can be stutiesi .•• r %  -i-day—that you le.nn just tha Hum drad to . ous rules-that you receive unstinted help throughout. You will discover that this adaptable Course fits your needs so exactly that It might hav, l-n specially planned for you. *hich nf the iced to Isc tedlDeeldi handii at > that you Manv amhitious people are srortiod because mnot depend upon their English not "letting them down." II was to meet their need thai the Regent rol planned the now world-famous Course Eft %  Engllsl Peraonal Eftlncnc\ .. %  Is quickly, concisely and interestingly, so Ihat the Improvement of your Cnglbh begins within ,i few hours. Vou are shown how to gel a bigger vocabulary. v to express your ideas neatly and attractively, • i write good letters and how to tvold errors • BJ Whatever the standard of ir English, vou cannot fail to gain benefit from %  : % % % %  • %  IOCS of your instructor. Moreover, the lessons are supplemented by a o| printed lectures on personal efficiency that %  and practical suggestions To nuote ttraea that often recurs In students' letters, atuniilaUng led %  new <'tlook on life." • The Effective English Course will equip you tha power of the right word and show you •he most of your personality and of > pportjnities in life will rid yourself of the You can do so without t costly outlay. for o free copy of MASTEBY" of I i saudj b drudgery and wllhi Write to-day UOIall I poet th. i. ,-. prospectus, addressed to The Kegent Institute (Dept. 50IUi Pa I W 8. IViguuid Don I delay. Yaur EnglUh is all-imporUnt to )ou and vou cannot afford to nrglrct It Send for th, free booklet NOW. There b DO obligation. DE WITTS PILLS for Kidney arid Bladder Troubles YOU NEED A WHJZZ .\i .,i„. t'„.• il..,, s| ., cold lak. Will/./, tabl \> HI//. 11^.•. quick ci" i ii c oUh or uifluanw -aw*-._ .. And another thing youca WHIZZ il ire ii>i. Tln'v ara foil-packed to kn-p tnem IS .i and foi eaay bandUni ..HI can i"k'' Hi-Hi around with you In I | k,-i and you n ba nin ll .1 the; woi %  11 "ilni Mali. membei loo thai Will/./. 1 .ill I'.uns


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I'W.I TWELVE SIM)\Y AI>VO< ATI SUNDAY umUBO is. i5i Scouts Render < oi..mi.nil\ Service %  ummi.It 5 %  Id people m getting the. 'thing. %  ! • s Park fni the Jamaic* Hurrleai I .carter* from V on 1 "<> pjn working in shift* %  bj irli'phniif -nd to despatch lO collect panel |i"'tUflg Ol M U during U* %  %  i;< itstratlM n r. %  atarday, •th October %  %  %  %  %  moritva i nmmMm TillF.V. | : | %  Hon M \ i | C.B.1 %  %  %  %  diKirll Ifrinnoii Siimlu Septembci Mi IMI %  re-union -t ilic 1st Gi % % % %  .. LUiOfl thi %  %  %  %  A K" | U|> of local ClIwelDa ii Head%  %  %  %  Si U mbei from 1 V. I] TWi ill ilicliiur HN.WII which will IHKIVCII l Invited Mm. J. A. Skinner. CominiseiniuB 'As a gesture to our glonous allies would youi M.ijcsty like to inspect Hie valiant workers in the factories instead of the cannoi?" i K > % %  S. -, .. i Training Days For Girl Guides u n to the bland iarjork Pcmbertnn ha^lu-M I Training days for Pair.:! leadi %  at Paa IMI. 73 atteadlni the and n th. %  aaand. Mlas I'emberton has also hud 2 TrainDaji for Outdare which were ih %  next Ti %  %  III i* held ai Si "'' %  Girli School on .SaturAt LUXURY FLIES HIGH Teenager First At Talent Show NKW YOHK '! The race to provide It* i franaatlanUe airline peaaanaen S3 ;• wax hli Ural hold-up, too, %  i -..in Ha *.. linti-l talked about cutting Haitian** aril down hucurtaBi minri dreara up • • '* %  •veil more expensive ilelu. i.. i II pete with:— CAR-AKTISTS l>an-ArtL4i>, — which ollei HKITIMII t'AR LNCilNt't RS rneola from Maxim's-In P mailer artlata Ot IhOU proSonny Morris who sang -Train parfume ind onbMi for womei In th* i U on oJ hi Wutajfeer |* and Arthur Moon d Uquor tar all M, nun of Modern Art. c ruitanc.p ; i Bboa France—which loves to ,, ,.., ,, difflcult to get off the Orvfl Gfanderoon, %  • teenager. .,! %  at the Theatre 01 I aon delighted the crowd when hi -ang the %  la afc a] B %  m on tha arhola provided much fun for the crowd which attend, ti The Hop singer. Our HV.iilf.rN Nit : I >hf niton In Thv htnml To the £dUor, : SIM I ahouidbe much obliged. I ould grant me the lav* OUi of adding my feeble rontriKmdl the first place, to thank God whole-heartedly that I was brought up under the pte-ent ayah it Of iiu>biah, that has long barn placed under the guise it to make <*ie wonder what will be the next .-onglomeration of costly folly. The old Education Board workad well It wa directed by com%  D, under the Secretarylup of Mr M T G Mabort— who knew arhet I hi %  DU immunity were. 1 may perhaps claim to know I much about Education as any %  up in lh> since my experience has been gained in th the highest and the I have conversed with %  | • vet found any one of them satisfied with the results ot I hi Of the island. In view Of this disgraceful Ntatr of affairs. I am perfectly willing to give such advice as will not merely reduce i %  %  • aspeodltura but also %  latufatctory comfition and give considerable relief to the teachers. .. n, Sir, Voura tattrwiU*, 11 P IIOYCK. MA (Oxoii; etc.. ate. Profeaaoi <>f classics and I'hilowph.v. lagton College. Coral B Worthing. %  apt 12th iasi. patrons with oBicgan opening night of the nuseoni'i mark, goose livers -automobiles as woiks •>'. .n1" The Second Prlaa s/ant to %  Western Ilhythm lloys. They and %  iin A. | Douala Smith. M A. u i H H Tile. (; > %  S i I r.. Maaari s 'i Harrison or 2 i Howa ii M .. Pollard. S Fli mmlni t %  • Mc %  < %  M I' : S im it. c Sprlngei H \ an King. Afta the prellmlnkn greetingi and inlroduo i Rev. A F Axnutrong U a short crvici l The Kesults in The Girl ( %  iiideV Fair The Girl Guides' Fair which n i held ,.i the Dull Hell on S*t-i June was an oulstandamounl i vallatd being S3.U82.3l (£642. 2s. Il|d.i V 8 af the Assbcii n. Cyril atlon .... offered to the Com| Nirnibers of the llarbadoK Regiment, the Cooi• hi.for allowing thi i' In. II:.ml to play at the Fan the Lot >il Association. the Trefoil Guild, tha %  i %  < the gate A. IS stuff i .ind unities Superb American, (eui Italian. Ihrai OarB.O.A.C. loyally aer\'va WiltM1U|| illlkl lwi> rrench. • • a steak and kidney pie, and Bret BNTBR THE rXKEP PLBBPfl tha Arm] name ft" Jeeps with wing> The first— teiigned to reconno]'.!. has Itl aii „ hour, to an 11-hour aver,,. „ „„nutes. an.' rolls n-Amencan may follow. ||itu |i( Ilt t .,, „„,,„ to • LOW baui| b tir >e Mule Train The bova me ''". "'• m Lake's Folly. Their liinmti ., Thank* %  of ManHaven Welfare Awuxii.t. .i of roui %  %  Ihanka to all those who in any way assisted in making the \ irietj Conct rl and Dunce at the iii II..ii on Pi Id y, TtJ iu taaa Tin from LakeKoll>. Their Uroing ,. Sargeant'i wmt good Aiva Arthur wh.. aang v huroh wM | l-tnf .. it greatly hy thimiigiullcent Planes are flying nWtai Ul Fiance has bought -u|'i-t'..iistellations whi. cut the flight time to Paris bv Aneio 'he thhd | tressed II ill UW friends who helped by leadership nmons youth. He remarked U for mai sd h-fi th. youna< i The ,. ,. then ninf H .1. lURta I r .. Mi Springer ltd oil the 12 discussion bj outlfnlng the aapai utlng nich ai Local Association membership, ','"^"""" SfBclaU Men I *, ., Dlpa iBroMntrvi %  I'.' tr ed Ha h tt moral Influr i. IK would eaeri i mban of tha li p Quild of All preaanl agn ed to become the tirst membt n of the loo ind %  if the Guild During the r i .li.llrlll.il ill Bununu W orkrrs GUATEMALA CITY MOta than 15.000 WOI rectlj or Indirectly cngagad In thi C>uatemalan banana industry fatthe alteriutiv. ol accepting i ''ficuing" of present wages or unemployment, Thiseiu..'i from an announcement by thi demonati i -operatic Witt, iMAY MALI. r^raafdant, I Hud Kouif MuniMi Csnte Ai'ticiVi.ia Trouble With Cimlcrellii r ,7 j —, „/ rroin an announcement bv tiiused as the guiding principles of c.^^..^, Aaricola dc Ouatemala. • n in hiuh office, he said. The nation %  > In the gup • + %  THICK IU r MtillTMNG (truck a hOUM at let ulll,h MinnaeoU, and burnen waBJ in si it down. Tbaj O-MUT ,r *d her M JT daughter went to stay wit H'I n relatives ue.nl>\. Five minute TM later ughtnln| rtruok the roof, t itatiactual dtarkaaana m pu i life which can destroy it. An, E out HIK. "Don't i alarmed. This \B s \M i* i Htick-up. Hand over row j.an ai SJ.IIBS3 K.lii.nno aUd 10 the tloor. She whispered a hoarse ansTnil I Ml I I.-ii I I .i KIM r > ., Korea are far stronger Hum beomv us „ wttuUl „ .,,. -and uravmnlora lv reduce the country's dollar Inroo in. i i turning across n cornrng traffic, the Commls-loner of POlll B Colonel H. V • old ti,.Adverate yesrday. Ha said that lt i tl,e junction of Plnji Cullodan ii" Rock and Mi.-hop's Court ould raise protiuctlon costs makMill it Dti have to for ii.i. the bai %  of these i omle, the cornpi i i -.used by r. would be forced to li dee turning country i( the wage demanda ere Iraflk i %  V/lthdrawal of tin i ited Pruit sut>sidtar%. to UH Hanana Workers' Union that ll can grant no further wage in. Kx|il..ijiiiig ih.tt aucfa struggle with President Truman i Comniuni"!'. n.I n n WILLIAMS Audtlui. NTH anothai cashier, who ANN \ OVEBBOABD rill. I.INFK I'icsUleiil Tail. out from San Ftanelieo. MHindco the "man overboard" slg"1 weal I lifeboat and picketl up t Ann. guide dog 10 I i-lind %  chOOli laaonar. Anna, frlghtanad by a J noise, had leaped over t: board rail. MORE B.W.I. OIL FOR S. AFRICA DURBAN Sept The increase in tanker cargoe* i Durban from tlv rt suit of the Persian oil dispute %  s been emphasised by the aii'ul of two tankers on the sanie iy. carrying nearly 20.000 tons of Minn—B.C.I*. %  cer conun i Lowai Coflyrnora Ighi into i uUoden Raa >. failed to wait be[ore turnlrtg. %  ,n<1 •url Hii> M,I pio.tx-.iinK tO l/* 1 -" afe t.. puss. In I ... ,.., %  vehicle arid Iherebj caused at> Id The Cornrnii i lo i aid thai i i ..lentwere cuuacd i.\ bad driving and bad manners The Police are %  npaalfng to al 1 it t an t Jan la ihti in qaanl i BUM M ...i-uients.' GIA^fT OCTOPUS TOULON. • i gdn of thi i>ot L wi %  *.i begun lot Ujpu liven refuaed :< %  k \i rdaj fter spotting or | isuallj large -p1 imen. RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain is often needless. DOLCIN. n neiv t\i> unportaal tad i in the rfaaucaatic ntnte. Thiis dmto the coordlnatod action ol new .onibmation of aalaa tifl e, quick-acting ingrada ata milt IN I,.IH-.II I.--I.-.I ihoroughly in hospitals and clinics. It i* being pr<- nU-il b) doctora mxi li has relieved the anguish of many of >our fellow sufferer* with long %  landing eases ol i..int -tirfneaa and eltrenie pom SO, yOU 000, 11%  00801 >il !-. %  DOLCIN, IBO sooner \tiur condition m.iv be empio\.-d Yet DOLCIN coeta very lull. Get it today100 prectous tablets .',',',*.-, V//.V/W//W//AV/.V///W///^///^AV^. Win. F0C.AKTY (BARBADOS) Ltd. SOLO It. -fttrntwied' ifo i^VotM (%&t VITAMINS GIVEA HEALTH-" *sr\ .U**-Jt^^Wv mA T '^ Airw.M GIVfb YOU -iQFV^ wi 1 ^ -7f^ —— /y VITAMINS -V. A %  7 AT AM AI flit %  t-* 1 ^ IALTRA] —1 ' I—' 1 A 1 i(i Onl^ iKe bcit that mousy am bop i Ut good anou|h for you ALTRA Ce—"V Ltrr O.I contains 108.000 l W Ur.it. ol L 1 V V.u lAandlOQOOi !" UnmofViu'^ roteitCU mm D per ounce Compare this vnami lt'enjlh aflrh that of inr ether tot Iher Oil and you'll Me ALTBA f... COD LIVER OIL you twiee the value. CAPSULES la H-dllcs of 100 Capsulea 5/14 High Street. IlridgeUwn. BOOKER'S (Barbado.) DRUG STORES LTD. THE BENNETT COLLEGE nil/ set you on the right course for success JUST RECEIVEDBASKET IIAI I S •Sykes Olympic' Laceless Toe mk# lure of planned prof" row let the moat progreinc Coflega in the world co $3.98 & $4.35 per pair 11 2 '..59 b.33 & 4.99 ITS TIME FOR PRINTS THE BEST TONIC fOR YOUR WARDROBk j IS THE MOST EXCITING IMI I XT YOU | CAN FIND WE HAVE JUST OPENED SOME COLOURFUL BUDGET PRICED PHI.VTS CALL AT IIM.AIII V*S AND YOU'LL FIND YOURSELF SAYING ;• •PBaVin CHARMING' YEASTVITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin Bi Ifyou want ioget QUICK RELIEF Irom PAIS, and alto to enjoy the benefits of Vitamin B, you take YEAST VITE ^J^:ct There 1 nothing cite like MAS! VITE. It IS the ONLY pain reliever which ALSO contain* the touc Vitamin B,. Don't wail— go and fet tome YLAM'A L II. Tablets now. Fmr HEADACHES NERVE PAINS COLDS, CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVES YOUR PAIN and MAWS rou rut wtu YEASTVITE BRYLCREEM KEEPS YOUR HAIR free from Dandruff -fullofVitalitv In doobf aht)ut vour appearance? Thei benefit — ihc JouN, (u-ncln : B pad luting hair health. PbUoa ihc lc; arc mmmUtfi*i> There's no aum,noi ap(Do m4ri%no aiarch In sHykrauu. There's nothing like Hrvkrecin— the perfect All tot HivKrci-ni — Cat this double benefit BRYLCREEM yomhair WHAT'S NEWS9 THIS WE HAVE 24 G. CORRUGATED GALVANISED SHEETS AT 34fc p er,t YOU'D BETTER HURRY If You Want lo be in on This CENTRAL l\U>OltUM (Corner of Broad & Tudor Streels)



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r \c.r. rm-BTEEN •-IM>U MUOCATF. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1931 CLASSIFIED ADS. n"^..!^ iirvr TILIMOM tli Ammnvcuaoirra Ne.hr*. l.'Il. pel sros-1 M w" Pwoo* %  I m Ill) lot Bealb TW i „-• %  %  It wi... mm4u THANKS .M r.pmi-1 nil tllt***rr Ford* Do It i -Ml* Fnrd* daughter.. %  %  Mim.l Johnson %  > %  Johni u Mn Fag pour -l Thmi.. >l Thanl DM1 NfJ 14 • SI —In per agate te ' *s**k-d*in ind 13 c* per oudie ua* u J->*',i. -MW Choro* tl to M vae—ds,I d nix* i dHni RKAL ESTATh .1 r,.inc lit IKIMIHD i HA* (.1 HT ROISg B l.-thui.t Hroa. 47 Park Btieel > n g pala. Tri-aSad CBntre nl Mar Town -al-KAY I'AINTlNtl mFaciAlimt **e Sugar** !> e Motor Comamn, M Boabuck Sf-.**t Dial 4I ApprosMmat* rate* %  U h p can ITS II h p ear* MO ur*i U i on SAI>: Mtalnaaa charge trees* 71 real M rest* **"d*ue 34 (coeds — o .. . %  -.' %  n u-.-J u .. • .. WdH on Sunday. .. M i Two Duds' Stun* i Dfl AUKI.I ertlng' No Rail K. s . iN ST K .HI Two StorMd Vi Pttm-t Residence. Con•re*. IK KUJON ST A J BadCorteg* With I,aw,I:IISO.\AI. ENA L'LO ICH> aa I 4> not kon* r* roaarart—g any debt M v miw unlea. uy a wrltWt order a.gnad b> ma. W11J.IAM iFOROB, a ... fc ( .,,!,-.. SI Mutiecl IS Ml t" GOVERNMENT NOTICES MnuvnoENi ov nrocAWW \ ..I .HI II III III! Urmfnur* Teaching Service Applications at* invited Irom nth at least ; axptrMmc* foi ..i BM lotto win. Ota:-* i. v llOOl st. Thoaiaat' Olrla 1 School minimum pi I ... HM I'H • \ Of UM 1' exemption UMrolroBk will be in With U.i ataWO pDaWri in Grade I Ele%  .IH>1. .i.u Uvi alnadj tormi .vacandM innw .;i> ftppty by lettc %  d 1 ) ;• rfcem teallanoiual AH oUrfT inndldalrs -huuld mak* on "i> the i] form whirh ni.iy ba) ohtamcd fror UM DaVafCownl "f H-Uicallon All •ppllrBtlonr. must bi-nclowd In %  %  %p|ii>llllmrt1l> Board' Hi U i lop Itfl imd muK reach the Department o1 Rlucatlon by Saturday. 22nd September. 1951 (Mndulalat are warned thai rativ.vdiu ma> H-ad la Ihr-tr di'iiu.iUli. atton I :'mboT. 1951. r-.ilaat Cckilax ELECTRICAL Or.* au liana uc anallow "fait ..-• BIS 00 Dial • RADIO Zenith Trana-Ocaanle Portabla ;dlo iiaw, Pbona aaTi it • 1— 3D ->.. %  4.0M >q (t <.. %  .. %  aaaaj ..i %M >I,.-I Iravlnc ialai>d AT BJUOMTOM Sautoa. Alniort N*w 1 Daa^n* about I20UD -q ft. about it I /T THr UAMH1SON. A SaclUalva 1 Had> Mona Bum iitniaalou A-l CondiAT MARTlNii* MAIN ROAD. C Thav and Ba Wiat. Tvo Kdidaiirra hr-l Il.i.i.-l..* .. .1'... %  %  .. %  %  ) .1 iirrb Monla %  B-rcb -ii ill.* 1 ITarlkaiir nrw 11* Mr* PaihuiM.n 21V LIVESTOCK naaj HolUHn H*lf-. N PIHTtm. rhaprl 14 l-an MECIIAMCAI. \HplT bv latti I) H-i. Hia> 1 it* S Ballon t-i Baaina. cmdit"-. diaailnl and dlnliil rooma. verandah Ulad bath, kltrhan and anvmu rooan il..rj(ir, M-if conUi.ird of inodain dp>ifi. 1 am. M 1 si oi %  OH BA1X aa a gobag eoncem amall doood bUBUiaaj ,,. inClt Iir-awdiata roaaaaaion l*oc partirulari. wilt* iBtar*' ,,1 ra.* of Advocate Ad.r.tiamB Draartmint l • !-*• LAND Hock Id Trad Cam. • . Arraa of L**d al BlaaR a, Bt Lawrroc* 17 l 1 SI —I I n MOB", lit Av, Canadian National Steamships CAN t'Kt'iRU LADV Bui -THI-CTOH LADV NEIAON l*lml %  Ul.l.i It-.tia a.ib*a.. Au| %  Bapl II ,.,.SB tap! IB *PI -: S, | ,< -.,,1 3 Oel -•4 S.i,l IB Opt 14 l M Ort MiaiMB.il M. Iratasi Baabaa %  aillaa Hi.lml n t*-,.! 7. BaaR a Oct %  7 Oat H Ort 1 Novr Tfeaj M.V.'CANAfHAN CKIJ1 8ER" 1* expected lo arrive here bbi it the 24th SeptfintM.T, .iceep ling caritu iOf St. John. Halifax. Ch .rlotte Town. C)uAe and \L.nirtal GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—A-ento. VtatJ all ir.iahod 1 uxtefii Mni'iiKiii'i R*nl*d niOimkaiMM. on long toaaa 1 Appi* Ratpl f r 1 1 .. Mfi WAN rm CBD SPHKT M \KIJ lil Pacbarr. 13 'i ii ta i:xt'*:HlKNCTtD 1 I.EBMAN—For Dry M: Of lllBaaa ln i .nil (JBIVS iioitsr t-rm.i m 1 AIMB ..I -. %  I'OILTRY MUM:EIJ-.VNLOIIS l*r.li IS'.ifM %  ...taina %  >l*n unit 1 ci 1 Tl.* BJ ., %  Ml 4 C*M ;-1 i-^i I.-. Jawai |*arrlptt( rooti he vxpecta to aoIhrei 12.1 51 —3i IMillM 11 SOI VI;\IHS QUtj Curio*, JrwrU Antiiiurs. Itur> Sllk% 1 w.. t.U:. Be. TIIAMS Pr. Wm. Hry. til :: Dial 3466 ,'-',-----,-,'-'***'-'-'--'*'*-***'***'*^ OPTICAL NOIKF UM Canaial Public that my OfJf* 1 lo**d loi Vacation Iront BM ba ra: Ml. .. t H 1 B *H LfBI %  BbTTOMS Naw Pretty Draaa B,.ii,„,, A (In* a.. ..,.„ irw-llrd bullvna from 24c 4Br 1 % %  ..., %  %  '" UAM.SRINAS 1..1 and Man m Ladi*a Bur Pair r-.d.i> at 11 up Th.ml liroa D1-1 ... IB B tl-ln CX>AT: One Lady'a Pur Coat. aar*lml Baraam Aliply to Taiaa* Baauly Btnaf 11 t >1 -tin BB1COWhoMimlk Powdar maaW In ( %  mad PrHlan Cnwa Ii now availabl* a* lollowi 5 lb. tint 11 B4 54 each MM) lib MM B (I IN) Mch If 1111 ..ln-ii'jl.l* M your tiocar you may contact TTi* Uaibadoa Co-Oprrativ* Cotton Pactory. Ltd Loral A*nt. 111 I •AMI. an.*, o. raatn* POHMAMINT TAhlCrs Hau .mil cd— p..-t„,. . .,. AiiiomaUc conirul Ov*n 1 biunar. -ill Toait*>, li .portion li.vll.d Run £t* ia • 51 Bn Trl*plion*. .til*, and Poultry ''i Oftrra in wilting i' tha uud*ma>i*d >.| KH. Inat, at 4 p n> ,,.1 bfnd Itatlf to arr* h.ipactton BBS dav on apphcatWn on Inptrmiaaa t'-r furthai Batticulara and loofliuam %  f aalr. upplv to COTTIJ: CATTonD A CX. No. 11. Utah Btraat, BrMfMtDWa. 11* si Pat "MABHHVII.IA Haa *> BMBl t on I %  of an in. Ba .1 \-„i %  riaM era. along B-nk Hall any ..lh*. m.,.11 pr^PAll prlt*d raaannabta a data to impact raal KHOW ItEALTY & nKNCY Marhill Blrral It BAI—in !'.*pl*mb*i ItM ..I 1 p in That daalrabl* two itoiUd fraahold dv.ollinihouar known aa "Cullodan VMm .IU...t* nt tljunction of CutlOdgf and lliilk.illt Koads -1II1 the Bad thrrato containing 10.MB aquan (*• t Tha houa* contalr • rloaad aitd daha, bath anu iniun down l-in and upitain four b*dioom ion* Two • all built of .tone In 1 11 dav Picrpt 4niida> .,11, th* owner Mr I bon* JXB> or 433Ti 1 111 -nd 4 1 on appoint! W OARKE ft C. %  V V 51 ..1. INDIAN SANDAL*! Ladlaa. W BBM laat rataivad a amall iblpinanl of >"* IBM lovrly Laathai landaU, Uit|-''^ kafU'i for tour rrquiramanta In Panc> IB t 51--In (JALVANUBBD SHI3CTS . T. B, an II" cannot b* braMn. atiajuU -lo T>ra Co Phona BM I t 51 III LUNCH KITS For School I plrt*. i->i!if.>ttit.lv I-.HI* %  *t>dl*. containing 1 pu VBCUI r room toi aandaul > MM rtNB with undiliii Ttia undaralfntd will offar for aal* M ,l.|i, ..i..iprtiti.i at that. OflicB. No I" su.ri. llHiUjvtown. on Fitday. th' -..-mbar If*I. at J JO p m Tlw il-*liiigh',ulnl Si5.ee 5 s.eo .|i llaft iuii.'i this < ntenee:— I prefer Ainmidcnt %  otniii'Asii: becau %  T I irith AMMIIIVNI' toothpaste box la K. R. %  end In any numbut each entry must be acenmpamod bv BQ AMMIIil S I BBttrkB will (>' jn their ability to dMcrlbe the I qualities of AMMIDrM The ^ Lnolnf entries and the names of winner* will had in the local ends IVvcmbtr. 1951. i'-.. > irml.lvl..* g| lh* 1'tr .—..__ Uaaconi iiluut* II in I srRATHci.vnr sHaieaei Th* r. ... ptaMa BR la.TTB aquare faal of Flans* [1 i d. Jiid romprtara Cloard gallan u fit J d-avlng and dining rooms, kltchan ftp r aacli Uown-taiia. and 4 badroomi. and baUi| ror-m. upitalri Oarag* and %  BrVBBl'l rooms in yard EJactriclIv. gaa and C..v*-..m*ni Watar IIIPBllBe. B*aniclllin an? day. *xc*pl Suiulay. with Mn Maynard Aiida.. Dtai ana. MISCFJ.LANEOl'S %  V% in It MIIKIS NOTKK r\Ri->ii *l, iiah undar tha AuipH-a* Bar b adot Evening Inatltutr fm I I ha Union, will b* raaumrd AT Itll, .t Y M C A Tha. Conimltt** bopn thai will tak* furth*r advantaar u,ban pall i. II lunvnowi rilt PARKV S( Mi M ii Th* Parry School > %  gBBfal oi, Mui~u %  U a m J i rami. II. .m Bata i 14 B M Jn Acid Stomach? I\MM. afHO\I>ABt ot Itiml SPRY arntEIT Maul T*rm bvgm. on Tiiaadav l*th' •Mambar IBM at %  It a m A McD Haodmaii ItAKItADOS ACADEMY %  %  •• • ! %  : IBBl I. I "V* I ••aim 1< > ALEXANDRA it in.ni Saelihthtuwn. Barhadas. B.W.I. achiml I cl iiaaa. who .Iran ,. Drgiw ul a B.1U.-I I ,,i %  TBBehot a DipkMaa ar Cartaftcata. will b* i • Mnota bar almW Urn* to the M-houJ and faromota .",1-ol-cUaa -cUi.tl*. Tha latnry nlTrrvd la ep> par annum, a par cam of which lani for in* parttatr) fu. niahi-il laaldanaa In tha uhoul ground' which , pi..iidvd far tiiv uaa of tba llaadtuntn-u. Tha llnaiim. • %  %  n Ct'ii Saivaol, but aarvira la pinilOBBBfg undar ina Taachara' Panatoii Art. No iontiibi.iM.n* are payalM*. but tha m.ni mum qualitvWat parted la Ian yaan S*r vie* at Alaagaalra School la eauabrd a. • | inaVr lh* English Tcacbri." -u(' L.tum AH 1 Paoaga aapansaa to rWI.-ln*. not *•ajgd n ik. will ba paid against apii, prlal* vt>urhar> A I. ~' %  arantad a*,-.five vaara aa %  q ...t. but up lo t'iprearnt no paalaava Applliam i if, M.II d living th* foil,mil. %  particulars: — 1 Dglr and pirn of blith, :Schoab ami Lnvrnitv atlandad. Daiit *iv.iig •ublaiti and rlaaa BBUIagaJ t Po-t-graduat* unplaaunt whatn BKCBM ttomteh acid doct not narmii you IO frtjoy a maal without tuffftrmg dnC0"ifort — but luckily t'.r.t it 4 taf* rm*dy that brmft fftiicft rahaf i BISMAG (Bituratcd Muntiui. It nautraliin tha aacau acid and •nablat you to dirttit without luffarinr ttomach pam, hei'tburn or fhl.lanea. BISMAG' ii wall-known throu|hout the world, and has for many yean proved a reliable help to iuHerBM Irom ascm nomac" acid. Get i bottla today. YOU NEED! BISMAG with data* 'Bl ','.V*V**W0*,* 111 T:t ti-i-.* in BOARDING I.I ,M Be I ullt.lM. NOTICE ARIHH III I HB14I llllk.M 'PI ICATI'INS will i* ,. ofHc* up to a UU p m on Monday. BM poat of t liri.t CMirrh at a mlao of W 00 fJtll) ...I. ill not ba raturnpd, Hi. rceasful %  particulars 04 g and ii.peg if rrq.ilird to uvd to %  i lun WOOD ijniipAitn Clark. Comnusaloncis of Hi I! lit I Teaching *ip*ri*ai* and poalUon. hakt i War Sarvie* 'ii anv Participation In nut of-class aetlvlflaa I Oamaa rrtnrd Adminiii'.tii* npailonca iM any Madital tMlifiral* ..I blnaas Coplaa ,f tine* r.-<*,.i •caUmonial*. MES for CTTY C1JJIKS ibla Tarma. At Boi-U-Urba Crump ton Straat. Canlrally loratad I Harrison College Apply TriaiW'ooa 4334 B.f SI—n %  ,-i | and i Certificate .ef.Th* statement togeher wl il n.th ihould ba nltaihad to a covering! atBar of apfiltraimn <*e.i!"lat*. living in th* Unil.d Kinaahoiild arm %  u k n^t ar a, Th* Wag) India I lea, 40.Norfolk *ltr*vi. Iindtm. W C 3 to indlda'e. living in thr Can.bean ana ihould sand ihHr apnlication to th* At.v.tidi.. BelWMl, i tl %  I' I i br it-i Octo b ar. last lei i I FIHMIIIIE Make your llnme and HI 1 %  more allracUe! Hvdatradi. Bad. ClBataBB. Spring.. BfdaatlH IJitha. Ward.iilm. Ilurraua. lanen Piaes*S. Wsahafands, Nightrhaln. Bateii%  lon and other Dining, Kltrhan A ); .... 1 ,|. ,VS Xgors. i Kitchen ft Bedroom NOTICE la hereby glvrei thul it •• Comtnlsaiun*!! of tha respactn* pjmhr. Jiiaaph and Sain' liiti.-lu.ed toft) th* I.eguL,!, %  MdBI (,,.. PS* escaadliig CSOo annum, and th* liavrlling allowanpayable to th* aald raapertlvr InVan tor. of Hi.hw.i-,,-e.iling £100 par reasaa to take fgrBel eg (nun th* I l.> of April. %  •!. DATED lh* IStli day W Srpt Itll YFAitwoon a novcE. UQVOB LICENSE NOTICE %  Mki ef IBM grnnt%  t M .-iin r i % %  %  Smicl' F ItARKFH n %  ,[,| %  io b* h*ld %  i %  \ ll 1.,* Hlh day of Sepun.brr IBS! al o'clock a m V. A M.lJ-nli PolH-e Maglati.'. M n WE ARE BUYERS W. BO II i tiling connected With LDXOI CLEAR GUMS VARNISH SUPREME IN QUALITY AMI FINISH Al.o (1AI.V. OIL CANS — 1. Z 3 Gin*. SIM. I.l.l.l„,,.,l I MO \ I HERBERT Ltd. 10 %  II KOMI ( K RWV. Incorpora led 1B2B THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY iirl "lanilrsi siyii of u'lsilotn u conrittued cheerfnti-esn." M.nilalfitie. WITH f'.AS !\ THfe Kl !' MKN HOrSEWIPS CXIKIF ARF Al.W \VS CHEERFUL. CALADIla SHOW WlllTCnALL,, 8T PETF.B DaULI MKAl." Opgii Dally 10.30 am to 5 p.m. From Baturday, Septembor 8th to Beptetobar 30tt Inclusive ENTRANCE :f: 1,TO-DAn NFWSFIASH H DIARY F. Tfxtfl ami Trivtl a W, H. IIOWKI.I Dial 3306. LUMBER & HARDWARE Bay Straat %  gaasajai SBBM REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLA0ON • ca. lis. Ill FOR SALE ROI.DI.B-B mn -r si James. An Estate Houa* built of •ton* with pu,* floor, and •hingla roof 3 rrcaption. 5 bedrooms. Miiniin.i etc also garage and ui'jal ojtbuiklinss. Tha houa* •land* on appro* 4 acre* of wall limbered land imahoganyi gp~ i.i'i.i-hid by a long driveway tanked with ck,e*lv planted maliogany traas Th* mil aland )ng atliaction of %  Holder %  Is th* very lovely all* which haa lh* ailvantag* of being wall elevated 4 u ctKil, with fin* views on all -d*. Coaat Is leas Ulan a mil* saai and town %  miles lix KHHII fgOI'HE", nrrltona C'maa Hd —Fin* rismplr of a pre. wai 2 -lu.i-i Maibadisn horn* pervadiiur an stinospher* of %  **!low aolldity *nchanc*d by tha -(Hd World" garden in which it standa Tha coveted porch at th* from of tha house i. but on* of if pleasant featurea about Lockerbie and on mining the lounge •riablk i..l,.Thr s*p Is usually appreciated and also the amall study and long wide vrrandaha A property well worth house cxlrd Prosperl. Bl. 3 .lorry a ton* conuructhon tohlMMULTON-. tnd A.-,:,... lev HI* A v* 1 I. H lag* n good position MM H k is with much regret i thai the Manafcmcnt announces that aftfar Thursday. Srptemher 27th the Club's Cinema will be CLOSED. Due to the small attendance uf Members, for quite some time, the Management has been reluctantly forced to make this i decision. Owing to the large number of Cinemas now operating in the Island it is not possible for the Club always to show New Films as formerly; and, as most of the Members wish to see Pictures at their first showing, there is not sufficient patronage to keep the N Club's Cinema running. % 10.0.51.-1 wk. *-v>We**v**-****v*-a III v(.ALOW St JameaCoaM — < I i.irming ly a I t u a I d seaside him.*, well clcv.ited abov* aa* level with over v, an Bar* al wall laid out print* gardens containing lawns at front and roar, many varieties fli.i-rri.ig shrubs and i.*e*. Privet* bathing rove with good safe bathing Thar* la an I ali.ped roofed veranoara loung*. dining toora. 4 tx-drooim. garug* and aaivanl • quartrrs Oaad in where tiiai tip* of property always retains a good capital and rental value i urn MIIHI ptna Mill — Modern Buns.low aaaiatrisrlad to 1MB with II" "ton* walls and heavy asbaetoa i>f Thar* la a large 1. shaped living rooan. 3 II. .aa* baaMag a i. with bulM-m ua.aSobes. Kitchen, panlri. a*rvanfs kltchan, bathroom With tub and show**, oolar healing iialallatlon. garag* and 3 srrvanta rooms Th* grounds of about Vj an net* ar* heavily tmoded with mahogany and Flam* trees and th* lawn* and atone flagged Icirace ar* baa*. eluded waltod garden Artractive lOSaaBaM cloa* lo town. oinvinMOBE." Cultodan Rd A .p-rl.ii. 3-ator*y atone houa* built to bun with tha typa of material rarely aawn to-day Ac.uiion ..miprlsaa enclosed galtorssa, 3) leceptiun. dlnang loom. 5 bedroom •. kiichan, pantti. ataeasraoma. gaiag* ate WaU rei uiiimrndrd at tha graaili reduced pnti.,ii. dining room. long gallery oveilooking lawn, j •sralrooeno and ail mafn services Tl. .a propaitt orfared at a nasal rea...nable figure to eBeet an —ilf %  I ItBINO UMB Rorkht>--We ar* inatructed to odar a mast aitrae-tlv* building Bat M a •erluded PMltlon bsMnded by Con Link* and having .Unset aagagaj iharato RKAL EHTATE AQKNTS ADCTIONEERS and SIKVEVOKO I-LANTATIONS RCLLDIMG WWVAW/rV/////A*rV>V; NOTICE lo the PARISHIONERS of ST. MICHAEL The Vaatry of St. Michael will appreciate it if all owners uf Trees, which are over-hanging Highways, and so shading the rays of Street Lamps, will co-operate by either trimming these trees themselves, or by giving the necessary parmission for them to be trimmed, so that the full benefit of the light can be obtained. E. C. REDMAN, I Clerk, St Michael's • Veatry. %  FURNITURE AUCTION "AIRY HUX" SiGeoofe %  MAt t AT II , IBTM MPTBegsJtB W favoured with Inatrurn. from Mrs. C S La* to pnae of th* vary r.na eoJawtioii Mahoganv and other Furniture luted below A day lor the nnoaaaeur. Viewing alUrnoon sal* 3 to 4 p.m. and ing of t B I .„ T*n Saloon Mileage B.00O, 4 Hew Tyre* Brake* t*lln*d. Faic*ll*nt CondlUon throughout For Sale between 1 and I i. ... Kidney Table. Very Fine Oval, Square. Round and Miniatur* TipTop Tab!**. Square Dining Table Dining Chairs and 4 Carveva to %  natch. Small Serving Table, Chin* Cabinet*, Sideboard*. Tea Trolhry. rki-ikshelva*. Uaoor Cablnrt. B Arm Chates iWteker Seats and Backai. Beokaaee. Cofr** and OeeaaMMial Tabs** Adjustable Morns Chair. Brvolving Bookra**. Mat Stand. Swivel Orlc* Chair. Liquor Case, Writing Bureau. rial Topped Writing oess. -Medium and amall". Double Ended Settee Butler %  Tr.vy and Stand. Dressing Table (Single mirror i. Dresiing Table lOlaaa top, Triple Mirror, and Stool). Wathrtand. Pr Single Bedaleads with Vono Sprlngi. Bed. id* Table*. Wardrobe with long Mirror Inside,. Tallboy. Ad|ustable Dressing Table Mirror, 1-atB* f loth** Horse AU. THt ABOVI IN -AlH.t.V.V Iraaorted rpholslered 3 Pleca Suit* with loos* Cushions ano Spring Arms. Weatlnghuui* Radlo,-!.'-, Human Radio Table. Pr Wicker Chairs, Leather Arm Chair. Telephone Table and Stool. majghtaoiati > Tsble. Bins.I Writing Dash. Pine Bookcase. Deal Couch with Dunloptllo Cushion*. Numsaou* Painted Table* and Chalra. Stools, Larder*. Ironing Boards. Ojood Painted Bedroom and Itatrsroam FurrUtur*. Card Tsble. Btngle Iron Bedatead and MaUiaggM. Oltd's Cot and Mat ...... ii.K'.r Sertng PlUad MstUesa. Stngl* Hall Mattr***. Baman Drsaslaaj Table "ten Gallery Furniture Presrosd B*frlgeralor. ( 4 eu n *v yrm oM Oaei Iftae Prig assada Attention,, astoe Magnet Oven l-i. M Oil and Large Oven Hanging and Balarar* BrBles, Presaur* t-ooker. Preserving Pan*. Ml** Kitchen Uienalli. Osrden Toon end Biulpment laan M,iw*r Uuck*U. Chicken Wire. Length of Hue* *tc 4 SarvsnliCoU. Child a Triescle Cina Camera Projeetion Srnun CASH ON FALL OP •(AttMDt AUCTIONEERS J.lb.^.U Art. rv.A PlaaUliBos Buildlni:



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SL'NDAI aanaamm w mi -l NMl \IVIK \ 11 r \<.i in Mi-. TIIK MAN WHO ESCAPED GlAEKWlKYr NOTICES lT JON IIOt'1 I**-* • A ill wUt pubatio" In %  — ... tlublrwn-. books, ac, %  OlUM !•' A-MlUg IA>I.IIO(| CIITUI :ti!h WBHrj latkag ..-.•<*toitiw*t-. ut it** a %  - %  M t* emphJli. YM" EUubafhan John Gerard, a Jesuit Not v. %  a* WK a.. Naal StiaatftUd iblie t..s u-nfM' ha.aMouj . RetistaikiGroupcifli! popular books) "Trcatui* Vm II Island. Lrttk : lM d Rome m illustration*," she Myi t.* AngUt from Bov writer EiuUylami iSO i >!ewts feelingh Ho* as a country gmtfemua. Hit rnan*. witters un sub-wjuont aclivitkr* — araaChin* with %  ! %  £ •-•nceptmn of (heir ronveriinK—landed him In the rhan-ters?" Tower of London. Bui Gerard Bu: _t a Qui* org-nised by W. escaped, survived to tell bis stocy. H. Smith and Son all agreed that I Hit original manuacripl wr% lo# one book was helped bv arutt'f •-vhen Napoleon -acKed Borne Bui iottabaa4on-AUat" Ii Winder; u ITWi century copy of the manulend. ript (in Latin) is in Stony hum # One for U\e toad. Sir Robert [ Collefe Library Prom this. Bruce Lockhart has written B[ Philip Caraman ha* produced a book about whiskv He calls it. I new translation naturally—Scotch. It will be Mam*, 19. Sers#i issued In October. Sir Robert MaiDn's Theatre. London. A anew up ncjr a whisky distillery new play by Aubrey DanvarsHat #ramdparents wn dasUUm Walicer looked set for a run. Btit At the m-tment Sir Ruben is back Hitler rang the curtain up on war. in the whisky country, busy on ;>nd the curtail) down on the play, another book Hr will call Ml Heaven and Charing Cross. Now one My Europe—a subject on | I r has turned his Which he b> equal)* eiuitlerl to be lay regarded as nn outstanding in Camden Town In a hot July %  MHiorMj into a mvel. to be published this *V<*r(rf <-r>jv nffhi Resprred. autumn. —L.E.S. PART ONE ORDERS •M -c*>i t fOMskni 1*1 S4ir\i> toughing. Strangling Asthma, Bronchitis Curbed in 3 Minutes mam mmn m wmmtmm •• — * %  %  llttJ^tiifr .' % %  MX tnni S> Af Tbr S*nal PWw Maaid^y W*div>u Band pi*ciio*. .„. M M-MJ on ManSay It ir>e-v is ••* III nil pa-ad MMiSit IT %  •*! WM csnim ..II HI t* UP 11 lor tramii.a nd*i ihvii i.p(ii- M| >•• i i.r-a* II. n !•*( %  • % % %  • %  W •—*. • rva *•** i.. i. ar*ri MI i >.*• • %  B .* I M .HOIK Ml.' Nu n„n.rK.. h>n .•. • % %  •u-J — %  Ml •! ".. irird. lh.* I* <.• %  > i.>|— I it in • %  •.(.,• %  n-ilH1u<, .11,J Man IMt No 4of*m *>. %  ! % %  • M liD^llnn* %  H> .lomlm All |ny do u Ikh.to IMI* IMB il.l.-i %  mMk and tour alia. •• %  •*•> l •ar.Utl liar !% % %  In 1 inli.iil.* M.n.K. %  aklna lMusi iuf MoaS aidlnc pcamula (TH • % %  I MMMl •>••*> in. fltal nighl mo Ikal r*a>—— '•*! roars ouas anS %  tnr •• Aflhaaa lai 2 Tears ManSaca aal onl brine* •!"-*! immrtli ftsa easaS a f! aad rraa MvaiMns bu( buUda a* tfc* B)iin lo *ard off tulur* altaylia IS* I—latin. J tth-hanla Han.Ston Oot ea^ Msnty Back QaarsaM* v T* *r> ** %  < % %  >• •' Maa— i afM— rflw aa ra akta—ataa la wa H i TUW tn— m I ab taa t..T,.. .... • ,i. .-.. • ... aajaat* aamha **n *••' "avAawasaa aad •jack MBtial M...-a..i Itlca will a* Mendaco £*ta AaaA-ia* B— *i hu\c ii lull Klippl> on hand at all limes THE LOCKED PULPIT NEW YORK. pARLOCKS. each with a Nazi TIIK OLD RED HOUSE R lssIAH Antirei Gromyko atrived in America in time to %  A the Methodist Church al l^ke nnd lh( sheriff foreclosing the Charles, LtHiisiana. murtjiafc on one of his old AmeriThis Is the protest of me mini*c n homes He rented the tenM tac. ex-poratroopchapliiin WlltUm ma nsion of J. Pierpont Morjan Byrd. against what h ,„„ hf wa ^ R I;NO delegate. In sccuium" of the (own* newsltB 45 nrnni 77 Russians on<^ papers by the district ,::.-r:ie>. Uv(vd C | en cove. Long Island Grimn ll.-iwkin-. township. Is takin it over for unFor years professional gamblers ^^ tuxes. It will become n free infested niBhtcrubs ano UVnu sxhool for local children. The around Lake Charles .pop. 15..91) taxC5 wn due (rom m( own . r Tlu police winked at their activnot f rom Stalin. Minister Byrd and Kenneth CONTROLLER QUITS Dixon. manaKinn editor of Lake I IFE for a pi ice-controller in nXJ BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL TENDERS EOR Sl'PPIJES Charles American Press. organAmerica is even unhappier r 91 MID TENDERS will IK received at the Hospital i.|. I School pedals Mill) ! I * I mini it .1011*% II. TAVI.OII A SOW ITU. KxrRi .-1 1 K~ %  PEN* DRAWING B >VONS SLATF and SLA1! CHLA1 Rl LEPS an I J OOKt iJirge aasoilnieni ol Tt %  ROVA1 M %  %  %  KECK %  1 Spanish ROBERTS & CO. No. 9 HIGH STREET—DIAL 3301 ti: articles In the following lines for n perii^i of aga. month* from 1st INI:. ill FRESH HM4B (21 ALCOHOL (3) COFFINS, and proviHing HEARSF foi the burial of the I .it the Wasjtbun O mM (O PURE FRESH MILK, between HHI BJM) IM pj only. Forms fur the respective tenders will be supplied on ipf to the Sieictar> of the Genet..1 HOcffjBtl and HodaTI RffU not be entertained except the> are on forms supplied bj the General Hospital Persons icnderlnu RMUf suhmii at llw Wme of tetidemiu lertr ised People's Action, an antithan of a negotiator of fttmlfrOM ru-o other prrsoiu knouri to posses* psopertv. erj-rrssing 1'icir gambling -underfround." who-e agreements with Britain's Hoard I ..iilinpriess lo oeeome bound Friill Salad J fieUllnr BaenUy, "cells" of three visited at Hollywood. 1* giving up his gamhling houses for evidence, controls Job on October 24 to redragged in the reluctant police turn to the presidency of the and got 89 gamblers arrested. Motion Picture Association. Now Hawkins has laid charges against Dixon and four other newsNO-HIC TOWN men. He accUM them of deIJICCUP victim Jack O'Lcary. faming him and three admit!ted ** after Iwo racking years, had lamhlerv a respfte on a trip last Savi Minister Ilyrd: '"A padPhoenix. Arizona. His hiccups 'ocked pulpit follows a persecuted stopped the moment he arrived *>re** It Dixon is guilty, so am there. When he left, the started' I." He declared Ihm if the reagain. To-day he went to Phoenix porters are Jailed he will demand on another trip; the hiccups that he. too. be prosecuted. tupped as he got off the train. I application at the General Hospital 14 t 513n DPI ask for Cusson "n? I Macaroni \ Jams and Marmsladr £ Hot* A Tin, 1 Peniiii Kutirr— Hnu , < berries I i'Wthi.XS ; Huebuek Street i:,,ni. y lllbrufcs Sai Hti'lironksaner rtoHfefk*! Malted Milk \ irol M arena lie Bo v Ml Sandwich I'aalr Ham Kookeril Meal Ball, Minion | Paaa .. 0OLDEN \iinu II M DIAL "ii: %  ,\ t i %  ITS NEW IIS NEWSI ITS IIIOPIX This new and dg-Ii^htfi.l "LJITM s|H-ciatly prepare*! '1 roplo i K\ iilihl.in both Plain HI fiOc. and I Mentholated nl Kli rgfl i "I. Whrn >. HI next ntqulre .i Bm claai toOei lotion, (Unwind "Trnprv Lime ('nliii-nr" and i UV> I hi(litNiirnr M.Hilil.iiU.:..; I %  II. KM I'll MM HI II —N" 12 Sunn >I ^LUXURY TOILET I'll 'Ilm'UUTHES • UNDtN ILOSSOU HIE BYACINTI I Fool atch Cause Killed in 4 Days Pain and Itching ^ Stopped in 7 Minutes AT LAST • I II si lii-iift/ ... 2*ui.. 4-o/.. l-pl.. l-pl. OOOD m'Ai.iTv Glass Tumblers in vlrai li.'lil i; 1..l.n Bb.Ha, 2.V.. and 5llc. Ifo o. ; :".: i ^ %  ','; %  ;.' ;,.".'• %  .; ahouia iMllathai v., r. rauar % %  a trim o> tlintun and tnal y< %  a : % %  -i lie of your IrauMa uulil t< (ill ll* .-(it., or paramr. raipunalbia Ii llir lioiiDlr. 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I'\(.l MVTEF.X -.1 VII W \I>V(M \ II -I \l.\\ —-II It Mill R l, IM1 B.lt.\. Ciiiiliiah I Will U.'fiin Oct. 6 • Ttai v \ • Ihi ntRi stage o| the ihoot fat %  for .ill IMUlbcrt nl Of I %  111 the ... h I %  the pobl I ocvti wry %  n turn out li a %  I %  of lou and %  %  i H. r. Cuke fl %  %  441 1 I Ihtr dav out <-' 100 weti Ml H H . U Col J. 94, Maj. O. F C w T. A.I 1 I %  ry. 90 %  • % %  pRMhsBI % %  i good deflnitl wan Bi'ty yards bank but it t,, 11 -. ati I; I %  | -, Uai Com petit ions. Tllot lllmlktpp< I.< < % % % %  : nccornl; Yellow. sl.i' i j n .i i an ihir.i and ( %  kipper.*.! by Cap! C H i fourth. %  %  an inii o handle If Cycl %  iho raid %  i i %  %  must madi tdfment HI pra.it' i I • %  ere*, It* .,11. one would n the %  • A as c* B'dos W in \\ alrr Polo IVsl Games %  M I. H1-.1 WHAT! KHAKI SHORTS to. $4.38 Unbelievable but it's true. And what is more the quality is far above this amazing price Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street ... ppei %  %  load, Bdi 11, few, TernHamilton at the %  Comet iklppai Oeoi | AH in, Cyclone ixlppared bj Qaorfla : i %  ilrl) wall M.iil PORT-OF-SPAlN, Sept. ound the %  played it the Trti I ihe lead i the Bay Based hi rrtmd id %  "i" j nal in three, while uv Tni i A < n.v %  f and sea mea which ii %  [nub i. uiiti was Cornel vhleti had %  .i few %  %  ind Zephyi Tl '" md %  i d II could clearb Hand Music At E$pkuu*de wai l-nfl n I em that UM wind wai I h.llf IllUI The Ti InldJ rjefei phlnc GatcllnV .. %  %  % %  % %  %  %  : tht %  ONCE AQA1N i\ STOt k STRIPED SHIRTS — WITH WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS — BY — AUSTIN mi.o — AT — C.B. RICE & CO. TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF BOLTON LANE. %  %  %  N equalising, %  > Smith WU 0U1 ol UM %  foul. %  j %  win. I. M.*nl %  %  %  %  InkM %  "r. Hv I : %  I %  %  : % %  ill ll\MV.' Cricket At Hank Halt ToH&ay .ill be played I I %  Hi fl The lea Woh Waldn n, <; Bynoc C. I" I. A A. ] r (I ,| %  i D • % % % %  i. Crai V, •. Eephyi wai '-\%  I. Han Is, C. Yew eakaway. C rniet. Cj i, Bynoa, and R. Wall i i %  %  XI M Ma n.'Baiia • th %  %  ... %  third and two %  I 1 I th in Iront %  throughout In the %  i %  %  %  i ula and M %  %  Rev. C. C. Conliffe Hiiiiln/ ( *cle> k thl Carl And Oar In Accident sppotnt%  .t II -i %  : B Archdeacon i ,f the Stall llailey % % %  ; %  [tali n| r M i36u. owned and of Chrl %  St. P*ie Road, along Dayrel They'll EX> It Every Time I %  IS last 1 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT 11.mi OODUNOTON i: i %  .(.in II IIII.II Itjmtall tot munlh I ,l.n. M| HI. !. mi r-ilurr. 14-5 *'. \\ind ValacAty I mile. !•.hour i: c.i lt .iii ) :•' •>' • II I % %  It'll it islttivlmtlits~ ISimiiii'st iigibtj nt §931? Theiearchfor Barbados'Bonniest Baby of 1951 is on, and mothers are invited to enter their babies for Barbados' Bonniest Baby Contest of 1951. Barbados' Bonniest Babies are of course Cow & Gate Babies and this com petition is open to all babies fed on Cow & Gate Milk Food, the Food of Royal Babiea and the Best Milk for Babies when Natural Feeding fails. i:\nutcs fi.osi. ox s#.#*#/i#/. ./. iMf %  < C OJ 6E.T TM£ ulST 0* 9 IT ro Do IT flur : ODT - MASV O" %  OX.LECT P-ANr,WtL VA —-? TOCO THE patry <|V. IV. |imm\ llatlo ... GCr SL>flWTS %  MC \ 1 TE'J BJCfS VC GET" HCO^D SWKTS SOVET.. I ; CMl r t *v ELF TALK— %  I .* c^_ ThBSB SSLP-APfONTEJ t APfOlvT • MB ELSE XO CD THE DIRTY *K3R*.~ rill-; .BARBADOS 1 I' HIT AEROPLANE CLUB : At : I'MIMHM BEACH CLUB DANCE DWE DRINK SutlirduN. 27 thtobcr. 1951 from K.:it> p in i>rc-,% OIUSMI treo Sapper hM InsM <• to lucky winner F: %  I and HM Uaal ludi Ntai MUM J a u-n ,., IH> a,,,„„ u „, to Iwwn l Ba9 Ccntnt. 1*31. n d ta %  Co* Qt* ii.n. an d 1 tin. of %  ^ I Mrr, u. a*a. L, ih, o>ciUn of th. Bpaciai CommitVatstM AdJtM. G..ardi*n rillIN tlHK INiKl I'OKM-tTT IT OtT THE COW & GATE SILVER CHALLENGE BOWL it %  *• r • tti %  ! %  <•* a Oata tt real ob. *• %  i araar. <<• %  n> h % %  #"? % % %  %  •"' aasssi %  > MI •> %  >) • TOW a a*VM Wltk load. lh "l Mtla fr b.BW h"i s.tur.i IMaSM iii-. 4 gjasi VMi raad fr f~ %  ii ataaafN •*r. ir.iudi- II.M.I. d,hih.ri. i>a IgBsass. c.w a uai* i—d i. ..t. broiT %  A ci in.r pffaaaai .,,..,,. Ban ,ii di..> %  ni*. .1. %  u.it. SataHrii %  *" %  < HM %  aasasM staaMaa • %  rataaati sasaftaal iu aia ui liU'l VA COW A GATE ?,!i K J. B LESLIE & CO.. LTD. — *>'• ••



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%  ESTABLISHED ltWS U N.A.T. Council Open Crucial Defence Talks • i it HI ii in>. Va n Zee la n d Urges W. Rearmament OTTAWA, September 15. pAUL VAN BELAAD, President of the Twelve Nation North Atlantic Treaty Council, opened a new drive for Western rearmament today wit i the warning "il. ties of fate 'are turning 1 towards peace or war. Opening the crcdal meeting of Foreign Dc fence and Finance Ministers, Van Zealand urged Western Allies to nia>ch "a formidable level" of Communist mih r before It is too late. The Belgian Foreign Mir. French Govt. Is Slaving \\ ilh Fire rhUuan K %  %  %  %  %  The i e in IN House of Conui Canada' Parliament u._ %  p. %  Invite Greece .in.I Turt then i xp ind n| aiain.sl an\ ConununJ an Bur MNM <>f Peace :'. % % %  He ad l-ick < %  I >' i %  % %  e call t<> eggreai He SBUI our connect %  not ! %  broken %  %  ion of our armed forces that the real cha vlnjf ponce resides. Dean' Arhomn arrived Washington an hour Mosaid he m Dpi I meeting would invite < I Turkey to |ofn we-'. against Soviet satellitSAYS PRAVDA %  i .11 %  l'l M I moat a foil %  %  %  i ineing i HI %  Buropa an ini ) lid that lie %  I/M-In petuate •*•* %  NEXTMOVEISUP TO COMMUNISTS :i iff Hie IUU UM re%  ,\. Gci inj to i [ Bad Plea %  t the Ru--t %  %  < "-rmany it 'now the i %  for American ejsreation tn Buropa wtUi UM Uka Indus* ival of the Wehrrnaeht with M Nazi Oenerala i t tors Jeti-V "littli II, l-IIII. M V\M.\I TOKYO, Sapt %  iai itid&wa y's 11* urtquiuIMXt move in thl cold war" Is up t,. the Communlats. In commenting on (he United Nations t i dmiasior trated Kaeeong September io the %  %  i responsibility for the i of the "llltl squarely lo %  *,.'. %  did adnin to one o cc aatoi ine actually d I Kaesong's nautralil %  %  trumped up Cotnoiunisi matter BO* —V.P. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART BaaartMi 5.50 a.m Bauaai U %  u ; p.m. Moon; lull LlxhUns; 6.00 p.m. Mich Tidr: 4.01 a.m.. *.1H I I ,r in.i& tmm Ml Qmmrtm i Iran Wauls No Oil Discussion %  %  %  %  %  > Iran. I I DOM %  %  I %  It ml If ninth; i, %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  IMPETUS TO FEACI 1 mt I r %  enva ii* i %  %  .,, %  11 i %  1 >III 11 iai a tin %  %  1,000 %  %  put down n mock insui i I border. to the %  i in the PB %  Coal Shortage Threatens Freiieh Steel Produetiou PARIS, Sept. 15. rtaj r .. ii as %  threaten ilow down n< i aa and might send iccmament i % %  Saturday iron ore. itput fium the naUi uclica BO n insuffii lent to me Industrj %  %  \ i %  %  %  : : %  %  %  .. ,II be more than m 1950 and %  b %  w I %  %  .! her ami. UUoi dollar Session Should Be Prolonged TRUMAN TELLS SENATE 'A ASH' pi 15. PRESIDEN1 TRUMAN iturdsj to %  LTsuallj wi ll-lnl t this we Department offlciaii Indii %  • %  %  %  I Pri ipprovsl would not %  usi v %  %  %  %  %  %  %  l %  %  .... %  be s %  %  i %  P dc Def, KI HOI RS —World iimr of natter* %  HARRIMA SWU&ES TO RE-OPEN \ OlE TALKS Mossadegh \s Ultimatum \ot Delivered To 6.A. AI, ADVISER W. AVfc'RELL HAR m Premier id hammod Mos B :: i:ul.ty again expref. i be resumed in the explo .. eallerj %  • %  ... i Drive tgainsl Conununistfi (lonlinue i %  ajaalal aid baaMlBu] Reds Deport Greeks v ; 7' / ""' i As Security Move State Employ oaB Plan 24-Hour Strike EtOMI a %  '. %  I %  heud < %  !! the llire %  %  Ftaly*! i 100,000 %  rotation to praaant t< Uv i.i %  %  !; %  %  I hinlat Praa I Workers and i I' '. i %  I I' I I Armed Coi.\iels i %  i -1.1 >< Priaxm %  .:;!: AI.,I i %  %  %  %  %  Dlgfat. od fanii D U iai lln %  i the well pj u %  every we a pon In the prison Premier Grotewohl Urges L'uifieation Of Germain BEHI %  I %  %  Herman units in the I army threatened*) the \ lion "totallv deva ; %  %  %  pave the troops W ' %  %  Franc Ki thi %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1| the first week %  I rn. ...i -II 108 To-day i %  %  %  pt. 15. RECENT SOV1KT MO'. FS l strengthen 5ecuHt> in the notofiouslx %  > rajss arOWld the black Sen, ..i [rii ed 'indeportation removal %  %  ports %  %  %  %  %  ml t %  On i %  i %  %  %  %  %  I I I %  I %  %  94 %  %  %  %  I i %  %  %  | i. %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  ADVOCATE J CA RELIEF I UND it . %  sene paafe rdaj -. tin1 r 1 b eettvi iiuidi.r w,r reek i M I i aaffet i %  lenUr. i %  safe! %  %  %  %  %  ti.'u r llir ..tlirr i anar la i beta Ibi T n t i:iir reaaaei aaiaed ti" it B hart the il < llirlr hit rI -,C Ihf Wall Dam || | | tomoi %  war and %  %  i>eip't' vrka hove dreaeVi df.np IIH-I tit s ... %  h l.ltll jnnllirr his dri\r. iu I ,, nee Mral 'K .t uaSa Strategic Hill V S HI M . %  battle ..nil Comm An Ml %  ... j ii. lit %  Allle-. atm li i %  %  I The third 1 %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  U n who H M-iamw • %  'ill %  A'tiiin. %  t V Turkej W ill Hold Bye-Electioiu it s u\a Bean Cargo SpliU Ship's Hull Fishing Bank Kuincd A carfo <>i so) the iiuii ..i %  i %  %  %  Indian Ambassador Arrives la I .>. fOBJ( i %  D i %  %  .'. —i r hin# Returns To Huckinghu m Paiaee %  • %  U II I %  ' %  %  *-". T UJ mulct .;. %  %  %  U %  %  %  I P %  broki %  %  %  %  %  %  i In lh %  t %  N Kclnrnrd :l I %  %  %  %  I HITIII I vi ic undei I that I illlnu to i i %  \1, ,1: %  III |<> CM I %  .i during the HI.; 1 ,. maiiaalaad %  % %  Had States .. .(.mi i 4 %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  • %  .i 1.1 %  i r %  I have i" %  loir ci %  %  %  I I P %  %  %  Fault Is w With Youth POPB %  %  %  i %  WILL TRUMAN STAND FOR RE-ELECTIOI\ :.head with 1 German ommunity -.f.P. '.; %  bttl —1 P. It. I .1 I ( Wll ^iS %  beat says that TT %  %  %  II leave him %  I 1 %  [Oil i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .vuuld remain S %  %  %  i Secrets from now. %  %  %  I M Democrat %  %  ..... hut it hurt T : %  The "ADVOCATE" ,. -% < for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night 1K. W. V. WINES i HI HI.AND %  SWBDI %  Ml \I)A ( KNTKAI. ajuaios mm /i; A LAND. . i i KXDTJU %  an %  n race* %  %  1 %  %  %  bil rtmntly %  |ft %  %  %  K.W.V. SPECIAL (Omit \IO\ WINE — AND — B.W.V. MASS %VI.M:


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ESTABLISHED ltWS
U
N.A.T. Council Open
Crucial Defence Talks
i it hi ii in>.
Va n Zee la n d Urges
W. Rearmament
OTTAWA, September 15.
pAUL VAN BELAAD, President of the Twelve
Nation North Atlantic Treaty Council, opened
a new drive for Western rearmament today wit i
the warning "il. ties of fate 'are turning1
towards peace or war. '
Opening the crcdal meeting of Foreign Dc
fence and Finance Ministers, Van Zealand urged
Western Allies to nia>ch "a formidable level" of
Communist mih r before It is too late.
The Belgian Foreign Mir. .
French Govt.
Is Slaving
\\ ilh Fire
rhUuan K



The i e in IN
House of Conui
Canada' Parliament u._

p.
Invite Greece .in.I Turt
then i xp ind n|
aiain.sl an\ ConununJ '
an Bur
MNM <>f Peace
:'.
He ad
l-ick <' I >'
i ' e
call t<> eggreai
He sbui our connect
not ! broken

ion of our armed
forces that the real cha
vlnjf ponce resides.

Dean' Arhomn arrived
Washington an hour Mo-
said he m Dpi I
meeting would invite < I
Turkey to |ofn we-'.
against Soviet satellit-
SAYS PRAVDA

i
.11

l'l M I
moat a foil


i ineing i hi

. Buropa an ini )
lid that lie

I/M-In
petuate **
NEXTMOVEISUP
TO COMMUNISTS
:i iff Hie
iUu Um re-

,\. Gci inj to i
[ Bad Plea t the Ru---
t < "-rmany it
'now the i for Ameri-
can ejsreation tn Buropa wtUi Um
Uka Indus*
ival of the
Wehrrnaeht with M
Nazi Oenerala i t
tors -
Jeti-V
"littli
II, l-IIII. M V\M.\I
TOKYO, Sapt
iai itid&way's 11* urtquiu-
IMXt move in thl
cold war" Is up t,. the
Communlats. In commenting on
(he United Nations t
i dmiasior
trated Kaeeong September io the

i '
responsibility for the i
of the "llltl
squarely lo
*,.'.
did adnin to one occaatoi
ine actually d I
Kaesong's nautralil

trumped up Cotnoiunisi
matter BO*
V.P.
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
BaaartMi 5.50 a.m
Bauaai U u; p.m.
Moon; lull
LlxhUns; 6.00 p.m.
Mich Tidr: 4.01 a.m.. *.1H
I .
I ,r
in.i&
tmm Ml Qmmrtm i
Iran Wauls
No Oil
Discussion





> Iran.
I I DOM




I

It ml If
ninth; i,

i





IMPETUS TO FEACI 1 mt
' I
r
enva ii* i

.,,11 i

1
>iii 11 iai a tin -

1,000


put down n mock insui i
I
border.
to the

i in the Pb
'
Coal Shortage
Threatens Freiieh
Steel Produetiou
PARIS, Sept. 15.
rtaj r .. ii as

threaten
ilow down n<
i aa and might se-
nd iccmament
. i
Saturday
iron ore.
itput fium the na-
Ui uclica bo n insuffi-
i lent to me
Industrj

\ i
:
:


.. ,ii be more than m 1950 and
b
w
I

.! her am-
i. UUoi dollar
Session Should
Be Prolonged
TRUMAN TELLS SENATE
'A ASH' pi 15.
PRESIDEN1 TRUMAN iturdsj to
.
LTsuallj wi ll-lnl
t this we
Department offlciaii Indii . I Pri ipprovsl
would not usiv


-


l

....
be s

i P dc Def,
ki HOI rs World
iimr of
natter*


HARRIMA SWU&ES
TO RE-OPEN
\ OlE TALKS
Mossadegh \s Ultimatum
\ot Delivered To 6.A.
AI, ADVISER W. AVfc'RELL
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*ivi Ts*
CAtlR '1*1 \
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wiitai nuii.Lit in.
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LOWER RROAD STREfT
DRESSES
LINGERIE
r f.vrnlin. Corktall. Aflermxiii "'
A Rearli Eeadv-niadr tori J
HANDBAGS BEACH WEAR I;
O'IMTION TO-l*V
W'W*.W////AWA'/A'AWMWi &&&&.#..^^SS^S'S
EMPIRE
TODAY TO TVESOAY 4.15 & X.n
ONE OF YOUR MIST SEE IMCTVRES
ROYAL
I .as! 2 Shcm. TO-DAY
. fc 11.15
2U1h C-Fox Double-
Ann Baxter Dan Dailey
in
"A TK'KET TO TOMA-
HAWK"
and
MY BLL't HEAVEN"
Starring
lli-uy lirabli Han l)ili-\
M.r.il.n ti 'In,-.I. 4.3(1 aV
HIS
The Fox DoubU-
(lark GabW- -Myrna Loy
in
MANHATTAN
Ml.....!J \M \
and
"YELLOW SKY"
With Gregory Peck -
Ru-hard Windmark
DON'T DELAY -
FOR
BOOK VOW.
"SEE HOW THEY
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RUN
A HILARIOUS COMEDY
BY
BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Orrlii-slru & lloxrs SI.511; Cirri,- S1.20; ll.iunr 72c.
Balcony is.
WEDNESDAYTHl'RSDAYFRIDAY nt KM pa
MATINEE: FRIDAY ul 5 P.M.
BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY.
I ...... K a.m. lu 12 nmin ..ml 1 :'." p.m. lo .1-111 p.m.
OPENING SATURDAY 22ND
Jhe story of
Valeric and Ben
Hogan-///fy
who HMrHW up
and tin girl who I )\
net it hi him ij a*
down'.
i FORD km BftXTER Dennis 0 KF.EFE r*i Tk Sw
IJNl hAVC . SAMU!l u INGtl :--. Sill! lAhMUl
OLYMPIC
To-day last 2 Shows
Cm & B.1B
Kt'l ublftQ Smash Double
(Jro^ciry Pock Jennifer
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in
1WBL IN Tin: st v
find
PORTRAIT OF JKNNIE"
Starring :
Jennifer Jones
_______ Joseph Cot ten
Moiidny & Tuesday 1.31) dt
K.15
Afford Slashing Double
DON RHARIH) RETURNS
and
"THK CORSICAN
mtOTHKRS"
With
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
SIR JOH
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.da whore he will take
BOA C tor l-avion lie
I the loar-wi:.
Hon from She Itririah Woat li.ejea
t<> the meeting of Comn*
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!>rr nirmbei- of the
.ire Ilon'hle Albert
R
sangster of Jamaica and tfnatair
W. J RaatgeVer V i
Agricultural Officer Nigeria
AFTEH spending two nul hall
monthi her* slaym* wrTa
Major and Mr-. A I ^'forn t,
TW Qaaa.- nalaaiil Mr and aft*
najal Ta-Baaa. aaat aMr iitilr" ion
i laa apft yaaajaaaM* morninc oj
T( A. for pretwick ScolUnd vh
anari* wh*r* tln-v will paor
thru* woek* hffnrr rprurninj *
llMpj ,.
Mr. Thoma* i- Airiruilurai
'MTlc*r of Ni|rt>rui
Lawyer in C.nad.
MR TRLT'OR ClARKF. ;,
Lawyer of Peterlxnouf 1
Onario, r.-iunieo U> Canada ye*
mominji b> 'I.e.A ajfl-i
m < | hoii(U> lie was c-
i-mpanied li\ m wilP and liltU
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Wlnh- hart, they wen- tttayin*
with Mr. Cluikr h parenu. Mi arxi
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St -....,.
Tfce "Little Ze->"
CAKlb ran into Mr Clarence It
Bryan of SoaUtt. Waahn^lA.
I who arrived in the island Ua
| mrutth by Uie S.S F-rt Tmwtm****
.Hi nos rfiurtaod lo BM n>ln*i afHI
hii abnrnce of 4b years.
j ajaji that the ntandard nf
I nine l"C"Uy ha- greatly aajaaajajl
hut "there U still room toi M
iiroverrn-nl". be Mid. Ot Qu
Park he felt that Ue I.
(( no intcrawt. In a morterri a
t Bjl there .shnuln 'h aaan
animaU on show."
With Shell Lea-ebold.
Ml( I)A\ ID NDDAiH i.,rni< i
suiden-i ot g K.C who B no*
BMjrl daaj M Bn -StatitK- Itopar-
ti-ni ol Shell l^easeholdi. Diatn-
buUna Company. Tritudno <
lui i.i.i !> I'. Wl A '"
Tuni'ia'i alter wpendlng two
weoks' holiday H. ww atayinit
with Mi B t Bairuw of Maauah
BMB1 Si .lohi.
"See How They Run'
1 NOTICED a mosi unusual di
pla> at the AouatK Clul. tm
the Barbados. Dramati, ClurA nt*
(wrxiiirtiori "See How They Run'
onenlnR thi week at the Empin
Cahib Callhiq
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Married at St. Patrick's
AT ST PAT1
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,i Baal] B -" : pj BTi m i
vl l s lin.*>. ''ftaaaBBaBry.''
The bride who was given
mamaer by her litthei. v.
'tendon by MMw Barbara LaahU-
H hei aole bridesmaid
The <*iajauw wv rondut-tf.
Laj Rev Fi Seflter *>.! and the
diitie* of boatman were pfi-
111'mad by the bridegroom
Mr. Lou IK Broofc-
A reeeption anaj held
l Knelt!*" the rona
BM brltleojroorn V parent
li'maymoon u liolna; ape-'
.( pim-ell Spring
ror St. Kitts Holiday
MtaB SUNIA MALOiSt
daugti^ M Hi I it. Mai..-
Jlill 01
BV W. M. Malonr ol
'C-yon*', Navy Oarden.- BM
I i A Bl K "
' fl a sh"i
mdidav.
For U.S. Holiday
Off Ml Ui" S.A *nd Qaariatl
whore they will spond aboit
two motrthe' holiday are Dr. ami
Mr. h II Bay ley and BH
rtnurkter Patty. The%
Friday by BW.I.A via NbH
V.rried at the Cathedral
MR AND MRS t r.P '
or a in itniii'
afOjaj married on Aiiijum 29 al *
n i-.-- iabaj Bm i
at St Md ba hedrali
|*h- brin.
taj M bn.tl>.-i Mi. t'.r.k* Mar,
rid rhi- diiiii- ^f iH'Htmaii wee
.Tfnrmerl h Mr. Cuthhert Moor*v
A reoeption way held at Bajff
illaBT-
After 1 en l)ay
MRS. E C QUEKKK oi Hi.ni"
Hall Terrace whuac hubban i
is an Assialaa oi HarriNon Collep'
returned by B.W.I A from Tnm-
ad an Thursday aRal
ten day*' holiday.
Back From Canada
MR KMiOl.l) CHUBB,
HAS-\| efl u Blaj ol
reluilien
MR v HR
llini i.nhlin : U si 1'il.i.k -
r-li >ii-i M.P. On W.I. Tour
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BISS SUSAN ARROW8MITH
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Studyinf bngineerinit
O ITUIuNiKG
lull of Baths bjm
hi their succai
rruetsfla of the "MMfBi Watch."
For Post Graduate Course
DR F F. MANMNH Itentai
Surgoon of Roalyn'. the
Oarrlson, ta dus to laava Seawall
to-day by U-W I.A. for Puerto Id
n In-, wuy to thr V S.A urheSC he
will lake a post aajull
it Um University of MarylaiMl In
(Jjhimore. He expect* to be awa\
for about two months.
Thu
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roe, bo Bit the Lsl.....
i.her. 1949. lU
ha Psgras BslDini
s. cbm Bonoun In K>mh-i:
imd l^iterniurr M
nid subsequoritly
lad of studio in Frenrli
Canadia* Returns Home
MRS ANN BVOHRR, Cana-
dh n wim was hoUdaylni In
Tornnt"
iy monnng b> T.C A.
bach the U.K

Dominica wll
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To Study In Canada
AMONG
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rtuds Thej an Mr. Trevor
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A II DICKS
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Carnival Queen
Runner-up
Aaasaar-
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School.
Mim Pierre who .. Demonstre-
- RST Sewink' Machlae
Company, ha* been awarded a tree
air pa'-.i^e av well u free hotel
tlOD for one week in
Baroado* for herself and chaperon
The party bosssver intend spend-
aaasla BRPs and are Arrm", Rot k ley
With Gulf Petrotem
MR. P. R ARROYO who Is with
(..iif Petroleui
.-i i ived ban
Lay by BW.I.A. for a an
)li araj ; ,iid they are
Mr BSkd MM Vernon
I
Venezuelans End Holiday
Mif I. GpaflEE, .i aromBMOt
assnasn in Venezuela, hi*
ci children returned
lYiday by l.A.V. after
week-' holiday. T.'u j
jt Paradiae bean",
Club
Othei Venezuelans returnft,,
i >> the same opportuilit\ at
i' Mr. Alfredo ClUS,
..nother businessman of Caraes
Crus and Mr and Mrs.
Mr. Garcia is with thr
PMroleuBD Company.
i --pent two weeks' hoh-
at the Marino
Hotel.
Fourth Visit
PATi IN'C b fourth Vtsll to Bar-
bMo | fr, john-
I TX1 A V Senior en-
Mi : In ft
by T.CA
behalf of the Department of
' i. Canada ba connection
with* the runway at Sea well. Mr.
' thados for
staying at the Oeeon
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T.C.A.s Resident Engineer
]k|]{ ROSS MCKKNZTE, Re*i-
'*' ".'iiii'i'r lor T.C.A rc-
I'.nii Canada \ejiicrduy
("range r.CA. Pending
.'. a month's holid >>. H
accompanie family.
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OH To Canada
HOW
Toiliiv In Tuesday l.:lll &
8.1S
Columbia B]| Double
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VAMSOM
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BNINu
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gjOBSKaoN in
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OPINING FRIDAY 2Slh
ma0tiificnt proJm
U Suar i .".'.
H..i..l..lph SC-UTT-tU
i aauaa Doubip l
VatuiiB MAVo -
Dm CIAKX
Ouid.,11 HcRAE
4.AILH
THK GARDEN ST. JAMF^
LAaT -mow- lo u\\ -. i
Julm i. 1.MI ii.
THEY MADE ME A
CRIMINAL
i IM DtbiI r.r
KII11KIKAN
COI ERIC JAMES. Superln- (\- I -k'lm.d to
laadent of Police la 8t Luda, v-'
'IllllV
RALPH A. BEARD. Cttl
Heal Estate Auctioneer lef:
Montreal yesterday morning
T.C.A. While there, he hope
'V", wara on Ti Hnn indus- to collect information which
M.W.I A. to meet hi* wife and '1*1 rea. U MBs Mildr-d Maaa- might In- useful to th- newly form-
't, *" 1'"' ^pwied to iieid. M B.E.. founder ..tid I>ireet.ii- iMl Barbados Plvlna Club of
ellaw '.""'' 5*"1- '"' "" ss "" '" ' f" active memhei
ooinu to-mono,
Bnsj Hotel British i ,
it th.- Has
M"
A'hlch
for about thr
to be In
week -
Cream & Grey Gaberdine 54_______
Tropicals
Grey Flannel 56 1______
Men's All Wool Worsted Trousersl _
Khaki Shirting 27
Khaki Drill 27 ""_ "_
Blue Cnambray 36 "~__"I"
Domestic 29__'_'_
_____S3.33
_____$3.67 7.41
_____$3.47 6.19
_____$17.85
_____$1.08
______S1.69
.......86c.
______47c.
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YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4?20
The mi the Spot Story of the
Duyi In the hottMl spoi on
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"A YANK IN KOBI A
Sl.iirin.'
Lon McCaJliiter, with Wll-
lani *Bil! rhilh|t>
BARBADOS BOYS' and
GIRLS' CLUBS
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HAVE YOU GOT YOUR TICKETS
FOR THE RAFFLE YET?7?
IF NOT, PLEASE DO SO EARLY.
a 4
I irl.< Is i-lil.iiiialil. it.....nil
I'olirr I', im..mi I.
Jfird<*>
dfse
J^ttmcJ in llie sxolic local* t
ofAt&mlhPmctfJc...
BRMra hoe isorUi mmtt
in one u>iJtjuu
Horace!
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OBaBaBfJ SATI'KDAY 22nd k
KANSAS
RAIDERS
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hi: piciimiciji
t'h-k this List ( Ksvi-nlial llems Iiir Your llumr.
C.nlvnnived Buckrls
Oalvanisod Wash Tulw
Inal Pols
Bu\ Irons
s.iil Iroas
lanterns
I iijii.. I Pails with
C'oM'rs
mm " 0 i h\i EmMMHwrnj d Vinlanm
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THE II \IIII \IM>S MI-III'IIIUIM
t'OTTOlV I Al HUE) LTD.
YOU'LL
ENJOY
IT TOO!!
MURRAYS
MILK STOUT
It's Refreshing
//' Sustaining
It's the Best
SOLD BY ALL LEADING GROCERS & CLUB
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SI Mi \\ VI1WK Ml
PACE lillil.i
FARM AND
GARDEN
GARDENING HINTS
m AMATEURS
B> Al.KH Ol \
FARM! K JONI S REAPS
corns
rainy spell to see how th
going, ran into ;
Farmer
usual friendly greet*
FJ. I -ir> eajry Bld to meet
you up and hup* you are Keeping
well.
An.: Tslank you. .md. a very
good niunilng to vou H
weather tre.H-,1 pan?
FJ
ways, not a. good
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laaalormb
i in i. \i:nt \ t\ > rii mhvi:
M \RIOOI.IM
v-'-w Isast
Marigolds do not do well tn the
nlhs, .1*. awin *-
f-in Its*} m apt to grc
SEWING
CIRCLE
t aMach- and to nave vo> ;.
ooa deskh. rertangubu flo'
t shape itli -ir.-iiaht sides which
This really i. often the
but. it is not the rule, and
n ri n\ \oi x\ mi \>
mi MM \vi
KMIsiT MIASIIIMIM-
The measurements required lo.
i clasp paid, an the cob sometimes Marigolds will Ho..r.sh drafting a basic skirt are as M-
iood type for sead normally, and flower profusely all lu
s 1x4 ua look at sees* through Ihc rainy season. Thete
. ra i orat, m appear- apparently no known reason for
e*at -bout thin variation in the Marigold's
v* We find good breadth behaviour, and there is no telling
gran -hallow with m first what the plants Intend to
,r ilicates too cj0( flower or not flower. But after
much vacant ssseee between Mn+ weeks if they appear verv
Hen- Is another with big and bushv and yet the flowei-
- be OfasasHaasd th.it they are not
going to succeed, and the best
to cut your losses.
. at is too
i are i, . i a rBh| yTelderL
ffelgn .trier wtah longiioh. thin
the -.!. tomato. i>omted at thing to do
other cultivations rndl, pew-shaped All these typos [> up it*. pUnls. and use the
Ag.: ran led for *eed except pd for something else.
nuMoaoui aa pc-pl. mm tin .- (he ftrsl Marigolds are general favounw-
L. for the* have many points il
condations. ra y.j \ much ..ppreelale thai fav,,ur' Thev grow easilv
bring sjaUnsja to .....rattan asag it has ^^^1 ^ cutting they are hardy
trysKle and. very out aaao sjotnai that we rv,,,,,,-.,,,. no more than the r-
rmers are likely to overlook, dinaiy garden care. The flowers
floor
floor
tloo.
in*, to Ml the f amity lardei ; k<-iv
, Usettoai if
lorn you woul lerial begins in the
FJ I area Marly c ., say that applies
just reaped some eoni and,
trading the notes hi the tfensUv If one looks
AsWerase would Ilk.' > t it ill he observed
and giv.- > plants are very tall.
seed select inn .mi .md some man. In
Ag : Most wUUrsgly. bul ktuatiotsS, tall stalks are
uuite am you koost good dsskl Ukelj to blow "v
about such things vm,. those of medium height
how. let us go il tter an FJ.: Well, here il Ls; I am lUIJ ...v.. abort stalks
husking, as you see ears too close
l are easily damaged.
Ag.: The lot i rfmcmlST is to
average an much as possible from
careful husband. >. ol eoum. ate plants bearini, two good ears and
much as is usual b .i. anglo fiimi the stalk.
in corn. Suppose an in pressed close against
examine aoma for sawd pui talk do not shed rain and
as you suggest Hare Is -: h
lookiiik; ; ,menl. Finally
Hip luasuure r* ilown front
waist
2. Htp measure 1" down from
waist
S. Waist measure
4 Length trot* dsl to
st rentre front
5 Length from waist to
at rentre bock
6 Length f.....i waist to
at sides
7. Length ..( skill
The two hip mc.iMi -. and th<-

their U,-An inl" l'"ril "Bd 'i"iit meos-
from ""'"'"''i'l, j> " drsfl
font sep*uat<
djOsBg thi.. tie ,i piece ol narrow
mm elastic groajsal *oui srag
bngttt and gay and last a wee* P** * of pin* wh.
or more in water. It is safer id **** iIhhiUI fsU i it
to grow Marigolds from cutting "'-' P" m the oL
m they are more likely to come ">' next pin 3
-true-.' Oflen when grown from "in f.....I Um waistline, and to*
seed, the flowers are poor, many Ht pin 7 waist-
of them being single. If you can- lir"'
not gel cuttings from a friend. It is very impoitant tha
whli* bU bunch of Marlgtlds. enjov Pins be in h:
the flowers, snd then plant tho becoming side seam
stems These stems will some- To aid in Judging U
rarrv their I ""es attuallv row ,n the waser. weight on the end ,.f a string
Uie ground and so when planted g#l off to "bout a yard long. Msnsjing
,:i bsbjI
for you
MINUTES
TO (.0 UP
7 MILES
(press lr MeporSa'
MBIMMI |M plane.
powered by two
-mstrong Siddelfy
pptslri riiKtnr*. ha* *el
DM or id ciimbmg
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m .i standing start in
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nghan Prtaketi
te ;ne night Tar rrsgaj
500 m.p.h.
M started
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p in
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mi back sn.l oMkfed up
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lapnen
IU urn M ..s sees and
Bfl ill. IUIIS44
isapphini \Uut n n
n*e old
"cor ii.ilrame has oean used
i the lie*
i t'hin' engine *hieh is 'he
. eowerjnl r\\ n* *nh*'nr
ears var>' m
West Indian
flying start
Tips for Ihe Garden
(eraniums
iront of your rnjrror bjnU BW
string at the Wiiistline pin Btsd W
it fall naturally. Are your Other
two pins to m.ikr tna
measuremen* aith the
(Jernntums do no* flower well string" Is the seam line li
during these rainy months. This by the ..trlng bawaniaag one* D
I room for devel- Is the t.rne to break them up and this for both
store your seed replant. ...
. the old fashioned
not run Into end W iiflai tor this pur- Chrysanthemums skirt meusuremasits are not easy
nclently dry, Ue ate '" laM "<> .iifs*'lf wltnou
I hung the August is the last month that Howevei It at no
kernels, a gral .i f\ I vei I rafter wh- DJ I ..:.'nemuiii lUGssOn ihOUld bo series of skirt meS
vary usually f>. -.- ill help to preserve planted for them to flower at yourself In this way I'la.-e UM
with an etn em from molds and Christmas time. Plantvii m S'i<- t-ip- 'und your nip
greatest numt OtheJ s/lsss, hush out the timber they will flower after at the lowest pins Do 00* draw
not be Uie dceidint' I ears and them in a barrel or Christmas. the tape tight bill
tight lilting lid and I'nlsMithv I'laWs body measurement Bxtra I
must also be ute naphthalene balls In added to this mea
ti of grain to laB pound per bushel, plants lose their healthy green, au you don't need to r..ke tlie
S3"
And some 3,0(0 miles from
Moreton Valence...
seriously
metal ni which
and winch la found III
res),
l ol crude ore a
Thev are .us wnousiy
in otrtaiD mat wg
l 0l the metal esjt in UK
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one pour... .
ed ear "may ha.. gooa stock of ears and
(though not n...... pi-o.-eeH as
rob with plentl iDove with final selec-
the ketiic. II ..- i-ved the visit and
need as well to examini I 10 see yoH anon,
of the kernels when I u-pe. Mr. Jones.
Rupert and the Sorcerer25

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mning areas But drvelop-
;iv- g'lllW
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Mre is little
of increased s'jppl e. h;n
i i
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Sty
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this hjpycnit give the plant a law
applications of Sulphate of Iron. "" >hf "
Sulphate of Iron can I,.' l.uht "-" """ '"
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DLiolvc hull .. pound "i .....I .. '
bucket at water andgiv > Uttl* tnnUn I..........'
U each affected pL."t. ItafaW '.....' ..... I"11 """"" " "" "
once a week until the plants haw
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. -hers he
.ih-. I hen h< resUsrs
insiouslr ho* quicklji night is
Me
waist
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TIM ssBgth I !
A good soaking once a day If b.' taken .th '-it;Hte,i Igsaa,
bettei lor plants than a sprinkling Allow the weighted ar I lo just
vur daj. touch the Root and nwa.-o:e lo the
waistliix
tul-And-Cnme if your Ugure i llMuj
Scutember i> the montji to average raroftortMU you ma) unni
plant seeds of the Cut-and-Come. .11 but one of the leogtl mMB-
t)iue thev start to flower. Cut- urements aral draft for . WB'-
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for several months. 1" centre front one hall men
It is Important tn diatuitg n
basic skirt to keep the hi|> line
i do well in parallel to the hen. Una
the rainy weather. Plant the red In its turn should lx- parallel t
now for use at Chrl5lmas. the toOT. The shaping
Have vou any Gardening o,ues- nmndness of the ngun
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Games Begin
I the day ea lha Fifth
terday.

A'anderers
t rail
, al
KMPIBE vi t \i;;.i i > .
.
iplrr
< .iit.m (far i uki>i . 'i m run.-.
irted .a (UM pjn
.. Hit boos
WKkl .
his team eoald ....... i,.i..
u itack li>t
'"...
nded. tl rd n-iglit
By HI H Ik 11.
i three-;
A FEW weeks ago when I wrote
about trie Jamaican filly Ember*
I did 004 0X00 before me
to consult lb thea the
Jam ..lean racing annual has come to
ha mi and I am able to trace not onl>
I ding but her perforn I
Entitled "The
Rai Ing Year in Jamaica" the book also
has In some useful information of the
;.nces of Foot Mark and Mark
olds and is altogether very interesting.

H


i \ \ hi iua
r.irlr- i

I D ball hun thai he alvv
i ml against him.
' W iIllV I Howi \, r, he has friends (
11 runs.
N s i. ..
..men could not re- annual, b
pm pushing the ball
tsandl 'it the School Boy*
rare oui caught.


I
..... ....
i m nu-
rd in um Coo
luncheon
OUI u.u not Uke a wicket.
In hat duggeu ><-
By Meii> Maik out I ft half sister to Antl
Diem wh :!.e ripe age of 7 or $.
Embers did well .is a two-year-old but was beaten on several occasions
by trie fili ftbte mate Paris, and as a ivsult
of this 1 the third best lam jQQl flirt in
Jamaica in lt*5(J Incidentally Paris, who ll now so badly off
form in Ti beat Had Una, uqre the Jamaican
I he left Jamaiea befoie
be had a final test with All Smiles and on these grounds some mlghi
even regard him as the best, l a great deal for after
seeing Pai. i I m Trinidad last Christmas 1 was convinced
that he was a very good hi.rse I am therefore not alone in think-
ing so and wo can imagine what a sorry state he must be in If ne
is now bag Oaf as Flame Flower I
furlongs.
'

47 inn out.
Iff J2S**.11
* A 5 t u[ UM bowling anu

I bu1 Klnj and U
i .

RAIIIM,
i no ...el i- ,,
o tea m can
.
M 4i m
31 M>
in net
t MSS
, I as
II H
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I M
II IS
;., 4.
has Just left Harrison (
if NorvJ

and o|T-ii"



down lui one i |
rODI Kink and all
.. nunihoi 11 ui>-

n,. : lad I:

got good ^upi"
who got i.i run
From what I can gather about En. t-old career in
Jamaica she continued I I tlridle for the first S months
to All Smile- who ti-iK among ntner races the Jamaiea Guineas of
a mile and rUttiBnen In hoi itnOM After that Embers then
i ..f lha two l>v taking the Jamaica Oaks, in which
! and then going on to beat the latter
ni Um Derby
From this we may .,-.: thai whatovaf happens before the
Ml December, the one certainty is that Embtr-
will be th) In the race. This is easily deduced from DV
Oftka and Derby are races of a Jonger
hare or in Trinidad for any class. To
and the Derby the traditional 14 miles.
mile and 130 yards.
3* i
70 i
m i
7 I

" ass it i) h
U 1 10 2V, || , n
II VI* I, .
M II 1M n h Vi
* < l 10 11 SO
Bt il i! u
as 7 iih n n a
a m is l3
II ij" II is
' \
1 ""on Inter nation ......, Apia,
rtingbody li the first of)
,
I bodi T1
. OWmpl.
;
i ; *
i ::, .
i
, |.
. .
[hut you will cd
and rcgulationi

for Embers being the best stayer on the list for
ten made an eighth lhi. Trinidad Derby does not necessarily make bOf Use one with the
[94 rUB S i Um VOW laet that the Derby will only be
when collapse of thi mile Bad IM yards wUI make it a far more open event than if It
oca, I thii tot the following reasons:
the Jafttai iiroJI >o far is 7| furlongs. Best Wishes' 9 furlongs, Em-
Bare' l| miles, Paris' 0 furlongs, Bring thorn jii together, over the mile
and ciistanie of Uw Derby and, ergo, you have the race <>t* the
V.M.P.C. va, COLLEGE esvtury.
Th:it i Bdrolt ed olution which eaua
1 PC 60 and (for S Wfcts) M bftV) | | ''' thoughts contemplating the
%t different ways In which Uw race nUaM be run with all ii"*uuingin
Korded one Anal q on the post. Hut there is. no doubt
i M i'1 th> much Left tor the IMrddad Ijerbj to paeva.
.
may. Thv First ot all U* lei II, who ll Still the favourite. B>
lad B| tin.s lark li.iid. tin* geidiiiK is. oil brooding ftlooa ono
ball did Iwoo stamina pob I Champion sire though
lay and only he maj be, llorra Hark baa nol bean oui hen long enough for tt
i VMi't ' i' said whether be Is batter at siring .sprinters or stayers, in
rat innings tact it seems to flapaodad largely on what
: tnatOd With and In that way it might be said that
Brat to occupy the be has no definite propensity for producing offspring either in One
proved* the ,ttlt'Kl>t>' "' "" other. Ilus means that a lot must depend on Tha
, f th* day. H< lLI F" dain- !" lh> respect weJiave the example of his faalt-
,, :.., >, y |-( f/uu j. lunar lloaamary and of her it can definitely be said that a mile and
out of a first innings total of flti. iHstan-'e is the extant of bat eapaatUtiea, Nor is this in very gck..l
batsnuin company.
helaaau Austin ** wc also have lhe example of The Jester ll racing over Um
.ike It added 24 rung In:l' ""l ll" VSdl ol tin: Darby course with the same Rosen.
caught in Hope 'l(",' '"-J barely scraping home, it might be taken as cut and dried
that we will know what be is going to do. Hut it is not as simple
POr < l Dions, >pen- Ihat, For one llmig The Joater 11 will be six months older when he
I.. ianj down mi., i eoee to run In the Darby, [or anothoi be will be carrying more wotghl
:.\ WiCkatl tho Derby than he did when he beat ltcnemary by a short bean.
Ho bDWled four We have Uv reforo to Bad aril has made the improVL-
Idens. gad M roent which some do when racing over distances in the latter monti



Harrison t ..n.,..
,.d- v"> lw s.res

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CbOOD ml.
:R for 3.
Oil
i klj in

out.
I
..ins, bu. "Bo ..
I M L took ln

:
II .
It time I Kmy the score (,
to 58, Lucas being ill* gl
ad i
^ of tho v.i valy.

I
. Uroup
1

T i' bo con-
la .i' , i
.hi to bo
"iri ton "'ii -
look two each tor 33 and id then thud year, ur whether agauutt belter opposition with
lively. weight he might not prove to bo just a good six furlong sprinter aim
There is no escaping from the fact that both Embers anu
They wore bowled out Uc>i Wishes are much better than Rosemary.
87 luns. C. Blackmail
11 and a partner- Next will Embers have the speed to outfoot Thv Jester If and
u.i Worm* Boot Wish* port ol and particularly so at the
kdded 14 onlah? If we are to judge from her performauees m Jamaica un>
the >nl>p other jraftj 11 WOUld SO" :i lliat An Smiles a filiy whom 1 gather has a Stride
bal in hi to roaofa double figures, much like Best Wishes, was' too nui.h far her over o distance almost
the same as the Trinidad Derby. It was only when it came to the
V H P.C bowled only three xti.. half mile 111 tin: Derby in l Embers' stamina enabled her to get
were It. Austin. ,n lOTTM with All Smiles who led (Or the first mil, ftDd ft quartet.
I. Buike and E. Brankor. Branher As The Je:-i,i- li .,nu U.--. Wj ,. hown that they were, at two-
i overs and live jears-uld. equally as n-l < captured four wicket-, -unti.nl> against All Smil eon that Embers
Austin, giviiut dose not OCCUpy tha position of superiority which Fool Mark 00
iKiloiiiiajne. took mei h. Loii'.eiiiporai m a Ian he came down to Trinidad for the Deri
13 in 11 overs, three of but year. In etlect the Trinidad Dc-rby shuuld be the race to deciO"
whuh were maidens. Burke sent which is U In lhi Whole ol the B.W.I.
I overs and claimed three
Thirdly, we have BOB! Wisher*. Her perform.on.,- in the
V M P.C In their second veil- Guineas and her recent triumph In the Barbados Derby have given
far 20 runs for the MbnJta mldable over anything between
U Green- ?\t and U furlongs. On breeding, too. her stamina potential is aroun.l
H. WB I. are the thai distance if we are to judge by her brothers and sisters who num-
', " bfttansOD Pol CoIIosM I OT SU< h U Ti rantO froei d in England), Genghis Khan, St. Merit/
Aii mo Lodj batsftoen [on Mi n. dloy took Um three wlcksns and Bow Belli In fact, Beat Wuhes' Derby was vary reraJ&lecent ot
la.nwui-.j, mm Um Spar- iii two of wl lenghls Khans parlorrnanoe when he defeated Infusion and Don
Artuio in the B.T.C. StakM Of ftfarch ItHH. In each case they led
LODGE in SPARTAN
[thou-J
. .
lion from .
Sal in day.
iwlej i D i
L, i- Han
....
iii brisk U baa oi lout
waketj.
llowliin.
' l""k
four wickets for id runs durinj "','.'""
down four maidt ru I. I
ban i
pgan .-xi-Jiiirigmg yearly visits with
l

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is at present d h
.>.. -ii. 1

irbados W itei . Olympics would cor-
i nt sea-bathing tl
i .,
lood u l

/
fhcuity m negotiating the spar-
atTack on Jhe wlcta
team in UM
.ii ii tinu
team was 41 for the lot
six.
i to be ihe hero
roar wlckoi
for 4L' mns.

for the day with Mi H
live fours
POLICE ve. i 0MBI KMi R|
With only 110
-ible on

Pickwick Vs
W ancicrcrs
NO PLAY
there wag bttlllani
.rid the
n wicket oral ilnn.
there | in the
v. .! First Di-
Fixlure which was
' '
was in a sodden
odlUon due to
i. ,m k and ear-
Ki.ininB.
, i Uve tieiits and In each thore wore two (lielloiiaee. the last
coming whun Holder had droppeil his hands. In each case they found
something extra to pull out. although to all appearances they seemed
.....dy to collapse. That I < ill the indelible mark of stamina. A*
I lest Wishes obviously has more speed than Genghis Khan, it estab-
luthCQ bar quality and it is to t>e expected that a mile and 130 yards
should be her pet distance.
Lastly, whal I ..r about Paris.' The feeltoig continue.
to sneak around me that this colt is going to turn up for the Detby
is fit as n fiddle. Then we might well be in (Or the surprise of our
Ivoft, N rachoa without Cross Roads who Is now in a
similar position.
Come what may. the Derby of 1951 will be worth seeing.
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i, it mr opunoo mal ih* medi-
cal lotmula known aa
Vl-Towe rrjitrionia lhe
mort Moe>rn and acieri-
ttfle irternol method of
MIBSMSIIWa ar.d aBrtlf
i uratit.i lhe |lar.d> and
itiua lenda Io reitore
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Per a poiiiKe guarantee to ccit
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dor UUa fuarar.iee ft Vl-Tabf from tour
ChomlM Codoy Put II to the teat and
lor yourwrlt how new blood tlrvales throufh
your iriiia. > your eye takei on a new
your Hep a firmer ipt.ni. and
eaii (n rnj .
aa 'ifourouiiy aa you did in your
prune Than if for any rwaaon at all you
are no; cooiplrtfiv >*'
Ih* ompty paria|e ar.d the full purthato
price will i- : v. toi from
your (hrni.it today. Tb luarantaw pro-
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Ihr |n|IMHM m.t|i|i*tl lor liritain *. K.t\ Wilding in
DALY'S DREAM
VUKK
CROWDS of usreporters. Cameramen, autograph
hunt! i hundred assorted Damon
Kur.y.m .1 .. .nd pressed our puny and
unavailing way .'. rjl irritated New York cops
guax: I to talk to J
making <

outsixr i -ied us an-i
our shrill protseU back.
Ten seconds later the peppers
policeman was ill giant till
a! the raw of the iinporlunate
throne mu our tumult died awa.
Ml six 1c*-'.
iMg of him elbowing h.e
...;:. polite till
KCttM me piexe" m mi
. seen those
of Lancashire and Lexington
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jiiolhrr Knli.h !
n hi",, ii.in.- tiUV mu- d*>
nvma> world headlines.
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SMS*! lN(i ANALYSM
O at
I tanh K"i
SEPT. 16 NO. 189
The Topic
of
Last Week
Oj .
II
lOIUdl m * r c
>n i.i (<
- i --i aiMit'

t> Ormintar a Ui
I ,
Ma..! -
AY WILDING
How do )roU Dkc that, letting
through?" yipped the
.smallest of ..ui
"Aw. shuddup :
who that big guy is?" adnioni*n<'d
hi* slightly larger companion.
"That limey in Hay Wilding and
he'll rate s million bucks one year
from now. He's gonna le the next
world heavy-weight champecn, 50
be your age, and shuddup "
That corner-of-lhc-mouth fore-
cast oould in- right on I
cpl U1.1t th>' hlnitil. lit istle-topped
looking beyond
bucks. Call it pounds sillng and
von would lie nearer the mark.
Three jm n ha was
19 Ra> Wilding 1
pan In < raUwai yard-n
in Northmen. Cheshire Six
pt Mill!
too much t .x-
afartaa With a mother and kid
ana and fTtilillM t"
i.-Tit cottage
1 d cons.
His IV: 15/-
roatee would have
prophesied for the
Ray Wilding was a ILtatlma troll
toward H km, irnpeded
by moping; 1 at at .-
bit km department
ir anyone though! dtfl
WO 1 ,
M -. H pell
shortly being urgni t< aecepi an
rngageme-it ring thai will knock
aap -if admiF*
atton.
Life began for Etsq
pal. ikit> Rol erl 1 Id hln to
Stajp ..luii^ i 1 In
and try the feel of .1 pall '
ing-K'1 hands.
Apparently l a tew
weeks
inarqu n| ols
nrt public test as . pugilist.
They paid him !.V
TnoM prentice puntd 1
. 1
that may mak** Wilding a >x-
iiiK celcluit. aittl
gfl to withstand the ravages
it even the Inland Revenue
Wilding
saga is well enougth KIM l
boxing entl
fight-11 l|] teU
von 11.' w lavi
iing at 5 a
Lea
81 VOUgh, and how that
terludi
to hu adoptloir b) BU Dal
York light manager.
Scary Kid
Now
story aa he I na when
Wa talked in his summer home
on the placid Atlantic BhO 1
Avon City. New .1.-r
''wilding was just
kid outalai ng afraid of
ihi* lights ti BUI
ad all Hut -h
larky
a f
Uiunced Rav
the 4H states
ough
BDOM
f labe
when #m* saw
rtv. But 1 cur-
ine viole* ma-
f uriaa
I malrr-
\ weeks 1 lud
around in IS "t
mixing with the
toughies
f.ik-. talking to them with con-
fidence and taking the palling
and hnUaring "f the v

-He has licked all -i* at hh
handed out -

m Raj n* He is still an Bng-
Usfa smtieman, but he can han-
dle MULition* and he's going big

Sue he gets homesick at time*.
Who wouldn't- Hut he'll be back
in England for i.iupla light-
hV < ad) light now
1
i he'll be
I
UI l>e right there
Ra stack up
untold wealth if he 1
pee] and l-oni* gross-
ad re million doUenj apiece
With TV around, Wilding can
lop both '. then
"You British Bint hail a world
heavyweight champion since Boh
Flt/simmons fifty year, ago. but
you got mng uj'
Ike Una, Wilding' tot
more on the ball than Tommy
Kan hi nruce Wi*xicck ever

ii.. bul without
confusion at thi roaaats racom-
mendatlon Wilding heaved hi*
HI stone of well-trained muscle
ofl .. neighiMHiring cbali
be ura would do his darnedest to
make the Daly dream CORh
: .......
h ofl the wllduf tongue these
: Am
of lire
Wilding arrived In
without ,1 ponn) in hi. poi-ki'i
Now he share* with two Cana-
dianA a five-roomed apartment at
the (OOt 1 if a mountain In Clifton
New Jersey He pays 6 a week
rent, ha* half a doren iii)i helps
in Wir household chores and re-
Mi as 111 a second-hand Chevrolet
hi f"i 1:12
Kour Kggs
Above ;ill he wot u at I
iWj few Kngllsh Bghl
i- have workedwith only two
weeks' holid-iy since last Oclr>l>ri
lie pound* Ue mountain Foot 1
1 nk all mornings a week.
ha sinits four eggs lor breakfast,
life uncomfortable for
the champions and chun
whom he spars in two hour* '
Intei gymnasium work everj
day. And he retires to bed three
-
1 lave It and 1 hope It pays off
I B in shape I feel I ir.
iniiit .inywiing on two legs," --.tv'
W.hiinK-
I have -ecu too many of these
C All*.n*
S hVdilrr t
. I hi a
I.- 1 - 1
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r K Or**>ild#r b
I l> Ul'vnKlHF
h nrr*ni<1**
1 -a. s- a.
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r Tua-t 1
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ana 1 a
om 1
NOWUNli ANAI YBIS
Mr HiMLs b Sim
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Total
aoeruwo analtmi
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s HawlH ol'aSSMg < n Auitm
< BUckmaii n H Auain.
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ft b ABBttB
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11 t IS
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capu-ton i*t nnriMoa
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,
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Police Beal
Invincible
Denis Forgot
Criekmt Law


U -mi* Hh- ia* haep
btuM bail 4..WH
1111 BUM bnul th* *nvn

V" -" BMBBB
a man
"-*-'"
;BI Bi*j.i ran
. ai ttl p-Ui*

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HM bol*
" -1 aali laui
-,o ., |ha rhui
The two day r i
1 .1 .
on Tbureoa) s< ptembi 1
an inrdiuB and 48 rani
It polk)
was played at Qucen'j
it..1 ten n Bepti
n oenpton fr.'t 1
.lid XI la at at Hastinp tn tin
learn'i mab h with 1*"
i with Commonwealth
rteton fred Jakemun had twined hu
. cartUagr
Park operation > paifanucd
. r> ...... ..
.....
Ii. iifinl ram* Ihiough Ih* oihd

lui the Brat day of play lnvui- runner.
clblo won the ios and batted and Hut Umpire
iored B7 runs in tiieii Rrst In- blushln) 1
mngs. The chief scorer'
Dsuuel 4Lt and a. Cfeilntyne it.
a good bowllnsj -11
Taylor who ti-ik foul of the
.. 11K1 ts for II iftei bowling
seven overs and three belli
11
why the Invincible leei
Invlndbla fasUce in their
turn at tile wb k-'l replied
jit 1 uni <
sent
1 bark He wasi
Nuttei
a. Chi
1N 1 M.
Beet bowrfi foi Invincible wai
He took tbtee wicket)
for 3" ions. Invincible aaali
otlapeed I theli end Inhingi
Itled out (or 57 runs
c Griffith bagged four of thi
wickets and 1..needed seven run
Bkippei Dan 1
tKik threi
1 u
while ii. But then
is jut a chance that Wilding mai

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-lajji

ll
Berlin Denis had made top
1 with 49 m hu
hlcfa f"i skill m.....,
nany "t hh eentury rffoif.
CSommonweelth won 1 | Paul
vlckei Ran idhin ai
ired sll the wickets I'.madhli
ti ii.,, , vsis of eleven
01, and Tribe nine 1 il
sponsored by
J & R BAKERIES
maker, of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
WONDER WHEELS N9 I
The story of the name
Hercules

Fly to Britain in Festival Year I
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the very name Hercules
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Ol ail the heroes oi olden Qbmbbj the strongest wa Hercules
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famous Hercules cycle has proved itself the strongest in the world.
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OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION
AUTUMN MEETING. 1951
SUrllinji I'rrdiflioiK
Is Vtur l|i>rii>i"|i''
Your Real Life Told Free
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Ml niil UU >.. mdkrati

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How Hells
Fair Halls
High and I-ow
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1-eadlng Arti.'le
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PAf.i. an
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
-tsi.U SEPTEMBER 16. 19.'.
They Still Know How To
Lhr Well In Germany
Madam. Restrain That Impulse To Laugh!
ft* HI \ I Kl I \ !i\\'i i:
Ii
I
Thi* Slant i OUntj v

It
...lion ms it
UM*
Yean EMM hi rlee up again
ItEHIM
L,

Into out v
i
war rnoti
trv in I
i
in 11*34. when
u ..n the

And th

with all but j
broken
r..ced i*?-
tpoctaeled I
preelsa volri-* look down our par-

tandrable
Tnj lacor-

IU1I
. ..
On Ihi.- I I 1
, .
A mem. hi COIlM Ml mutch
I r. -1 . tin- houses
with build

ii ; > llcnt holt I
tp i Ic Ilka ;iii
Oermsn hotels nnd with a menu
thot < uld -mitated In
'
v.
.Villi
Euviiili captain who Uv
DJttiM i ': bora we i
I pniK asalnst the
THI Bdkttftbuui] rvmafiu th*
rW Thai
m .. iptaln ma)
DJ | hi H I."'
V ,,,. i. i ..: b3 -1
I
th;it i\< i ould not ri
port in the
ki
This cil> i enm'inu again
NOW wi an tab rtaf
t' filch was
(* .:-.' I
ti ion horde*
Since IBsi
culean effori to '
ColOfM MUM

I
r
Important Junction ol Ui Rh'tm
work '
Um
rabble,
from "\
I riu ; i- i modern i hai -
BJ I- :
ami neon Ignts
but now || is like .i m.m.
- .

\Vt were ul.-u lo i"
1
Rhlm
IT i .
I
abai ino In Its
. i itiuM (iir
Th.. RUi icl raise
. peak
Hitler brooded on Iti hanks and
lie roi lit
on the t"i>s "(v
*. >. i
i-
s,mt|- il
'
rlvi t down on iu way. changing


v lev had aerlccl (a id




l


Interlude
I

of her. J
|

,. .
Alafa] llu- .'IiIoImIiii
Um lens



thai Hltlei bufJl "
rain transporting ot si
now the) are path > "i pen
ran travel safely at 70 m
U1 nOUl until
,1 M
THBRE i Ar not
I

i


en h.uiii
Wi Oci
r. tot no U U
amusements, no protactiv"
ti "is. "Wo w.uk mi thai
i a (krmin to n
we hve m iti.it are en work "
im.I engross Ihelr
. -
Ims always kept his amoti
Then only passion
now i> In rebuild
Niam uilh linirh of shame
ilon* Ihe
I

touch on .in exposed nerve
i nberlaln
(Ii .t I.. Hitler in the desperate

rtahi to ca
the German pohYlcUws, "bin he

.if such
shame that one wonden why It hai

H .-. Eh : where
Hitler m hi planned
I,. Inl
Interlude

Hiooana. rhe propri
young r"Officer la flu I
"I piffled Arm ""i m
-
portimUb i ara artti r ken '"
This DMCe i.* Open nil rid); nnd
eight, / .i.riv meoti ui uny
hour In the lorry ilr>
1 shall bttlld (i
a. J shall
iiien fimid another and on-
ptAer."
You sef.hr LUST the war
THAT nlfhl .,
Ill Munich ii. an hotel
risen on II I
was tcrrlbl.t punched. Imt one
dOM ii"!
i even
., Mm t Hitler.
Then, i
dividual Ms
I
he loat the
. people th. ie 4ire only
Uic world thai
i
The) behave thai tin
fata of ihe root of ui will U-
detormlnod b) thsas throi
ik unit rebuild
Un'v think '.ti.it m. ,
decldini ii-
Ri \Nst EDWABOfl
ALHEADY I eafl ha
p >neer "Tot,
thai u'i(. bv a not In Wlgan '
rr.enls whkl
luiiblc in th^ wake

kind th*! gr- ti with
-.
Of a
Aearinfa
pyramid in pli
I ;i k pon layer
bust, narrower
.irrnwer still
e Ma with a ringla white
Instssid of a hat.
nut lbten.
: loolr ftnc queuring for ine
reran
Ma am. Uy to foiiot yourself
1 t | moment. Fotro: tnat vou
I ad, busy, and per-
roadordna housewife For
i ankly. the designer did not have
* 'ui n mind
He Mas Ilaring
Th woman h<" did have la
Mr, eirnam. am i
1 VOrHi of a Paris aoirev
i ex|evt to
ell m re than MM of thrs toa'.s.
. ha dot inl aapael to saW
Pnl ICfg ai
from England/-lor'jrpjul
DmHVf ad i,ii Parla dress n. L %,
daring to wh OOO avajdyU h spiky he, ^
l.img It ar ihe pabUr, era,,. winch taper till t'
ideas
"iiii'f alluht i
Idataf
Tha ODTUMBa timngie ot
d at the
hem nanowlnsj to ilngU flower
t I .ijex
M \ rKJIIALa new dull
r... M Chiffon, SO
tipple th,it i, rlpplai as she
n
The COT tapered
.r itself and Um
*ith f.tn pltatinK
The (U1.I.AK vie! ai.d circu-
I alXI liumiH-d so that it reaches
n si rpa frixn shoulders to
The SLAVESimmensely wldo
abased, wider at the cuff
han the arm' oe .
( null K charcoal black
worn with dead black acces-
orkM).
The LKNGTHa little longer
than 'anklp length." it reaches
n Inch or two above the instep.
Tin- SHOCKlona ;.i,d pointed
i | boa) horn
<,i assoimalilnaj CStrfci an sradint their
lirnst \ v Risodedawi, New
.uui Hiiti.ru loo> lOWl tlirtu
lor llirii st\!<-. iheil MBfieC) Bad their
, iuli.in.it :up SO "ill JfOUl
iAiiinn n
/da.
And Spiisc To..
Bui f< i thOM who like to see
practice
stud) tiie pteUira ibove.
-.I line.1
with Mack lamb by ih same

..i. h less Mfl
not qulto ss unniodarate.
hugp collarbut flat-
M laka i Borbaxi
IU) it.
Bo on 1 ihl the designer
pleases hi- cUants with the kind
Ol COal they like n bu)
On the lef:, he punches then,
with enough Itartllng ideas to
maka the
one hand a fabulou-
outfit, even in Paris.
On the other handthe kind
of thing a woman could wen.*
anywhere.'
ie- n 'A IIS
MADt C S | C.*** itO (WMOt.tv*Li ON: r, STMi
LOCAL AGENTS: ALEC RUSSELL CO.
IMEXiCAIS t:ou >t\.
Franks Goes West
NKW \
Pranks Is going N I
For two da]
srtilM he real In .....Illlonalre'
mansion on the

hour to Clark
Hayworth,

Ion And h<
a gunipse
I. who will b
I
"
Mi (;.. -in-: .., i tin in (or
s i >h... .
few speed Itm hi bin
i

hlarin^
. ill conduct bun through
I . [oi luiM u sad tee on
Mtii fjes/eraor Charles
a i ride the ^o
Lake Tahoe.
1 buined as a rest
bOl ne pluOS>
.1 ;
sterrlac Rus-
1 i"nyko.
THE QUESTION
WINSTON t III'KC IIII-L puffea

"How
.1 they not'.'" He
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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1931
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
l-\(.l -IIIV
Graham Green * omm
Examines The
End of an Affair
Sunset Boulevard
/Han flbontTovon

.. I
KIMIUIIi HV JOHN
i:H'IM:n
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. A great de.i
lias juftt


Lajatwaatni Hted
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mie the moat romprahenstn In Iwclni may also oe eUrtad
Lucky Discovery for
Hard of Wearinc

unusual.... Nan*, ba, N {>*
.....biddm, and ...- SSSTSf.niJ'^S; S. doo.v.n. ot ,.,,.
srNSET BOULEVARD playing Japanev
GRAHAM GREENE move, from < "" Pl"' 's """""' ",1',u". '
Marl and West Al I "> unusual lhanw. KunM U
Ilk* Queen Anne houses of a
London common In his nr->i"tv U*w M wraioaan t 1 .. : ". ,...,-.-."'.!,... lhl you.-..
mi D I...... v.l.li: * fMcin.tln. with .lament, of ^i^rJJS. ' The soft ...Wings
MS, 10.. .,. Bui he has " b.sarre. the unuMr and the ' '" .*"*"'" ,,.a-:i oartaMj .c. am * of course
shifted his .round pathelic.11 Is a movin. and bltlns. ''" '"" ' >""" iu, bu> in wrltinc slationery-lop name SheUy is a nua.ante,
rh,po.,.,.ddh..c1uue- : SEW .
The spiritual scene is the same: a
kind of desert of the soul, where ------------------- ;. ,.;-- --" wvw
OKI have as their com- The narrator is Joe Gillis. and *-" no romantic diversion*
panlons what the Penny Catechism the picture opens with his corpse
calls "The Four .Last Things" floating in 11 swimming pool. In
namely. Death. Judgment. Heaven u series of flash-backs, we learn
ind Hell. Ih-tGiHis was a cuiU reporter wh".
Greene addJctawffl M ,,,,. ^ of a ,ut tyre tlno* Hl> dlM.lp,in,J renl, ,
.; ,.! ... tlu- ilMaWI of Norm. vll W||(, .inF, ,lBO doubtful of hi* Aceessoi
A|>pru."ching two million
the Ocean View Hotel th* the production record ol
i'ou will, of course, visit the the Ford 10 h.p. engine. Fitted l'
Richard Wldmark heads a ftrst- wholly (aacinating Gift Shop thai bo Pranct and Anglia cars, t
rate east, as the unpopular com- is Bettina Ltd. Here . v and highlv econom-'
mander of a U.D.T., who succeeds Shirts and Be.t
.uid heroic .omo/r blocked In desir I- Uat t> arlda noMmu pub)
W" tma Ltd. y.h.'II dad smoker*.' lew* I ad of B
unusuall i
nurtured by Max, her German and ex butler, who was also her m who
id, and who stands guard the cause of l
film. Dani
lurk... AU,
recall that it was on thi
knowingly entered a death-trap
because he could not deny his
rTn'eh ,S1 *tvf chsraeter A, :..!,.
inquiry a^t. undertaker . to burr MCa Mad gva ff .otw uertorm.m<.a d Mannm|[ & 0, ^ ^ ^ ^
He wears an outsue in dlstre- clumpaniee. as she >ouht. she the supporting .i are equ a i|niguc ^^ ^ntro| ^^ for r,I|(UMin Th,, .,.
lion and keeps his accounts of proposes that he stay with^ her and *"^h_ dialonue. which Is at a """" y-wheel tuninii lor ease ator with it. tliree poini
enchant and ''' intl IU1" r-cnaml nan attach and move: Implismanl
round is used speaker for maxiniuiii vsJnnM. m aacondi. TIM nydrautlc eonti
duTv> nmnn '?"*' '"' "'V- Hushed nl
U!.t Mr Widllia.k. "" ''"'.""r" "* >*""'
RTmolrt ' ."y -"" wh.ehri.my headachland Oar, Marrtll . P ''.-*'
this new story-and the only niM ""* When *"f.S'^r5 !*J*J2? ^"22,
e In sharp focusIs Park,., ai. 'hat Gillis .s a writer, #nd not the the Erognien are stal
rilta
iloublc dealing and lost faith In edit a play she has written ....
HUM notebook. Ha.....Inarj bereelf In the leading role. It is mi-
cheap: refreshingly vulgar, obyioo. to the audMnea ^and (to ,,,_;,',;,.,, WJ ,;. .,,,., dl.t..n,,, What_. Ra- permit, the front" wl.
like a pin-table discovered in the Gillis that there Is

Miss Desmond and her dreams of
a triumphant return get no
l than an interview with Cecil B
da Mllle. played by himself. Gillis
.;:<-EUENDRIX.aliovvl. : ,',,,.-,. decide, to stay with th.
(who tells the stnryl. has o ,Ur Jnd wotk hcr pU, :i.l :,
lass.onau- alT.nr will, garab. th. ,,. , by ^^ f|U mad|, ,n
wife of Henry, a civil servant ,,,. with him. In the meantime.
he has become attracted to
gl Paramount. Rllaltglni
th.it he can stand no more of tha
Ad ..I. him by Mis
.
rum>> o. ... ,,
further TeAh,m..n>
I MIKC.rNCV
P|
lafll, hi ctHnplete silence. '
.hi rxidlent lllm.

I
sffj&j ou.lt ft>i the Ti.nnis main srounded even on a ateep
it has countless features among uphill (radiant. Providing work!
wh.t .,| cut-out that of n |0''
WKDUINCi" enables Ibe pu-k-up lo b- per- poWH and witl ISii | .
manently plugged to the Radio, ladunantl from which U)
he Empire 'rner*'* *> '- P*| Pttcuaon Trawtoi
BMtBOtNCY WEDDWO Uimi ' (:-' ***** '
. tor Edward Ev,U. Ifl.fl.
A \ I .xpl'>-.n.ii it jps him under h ,.,..,_,,,, ,..ra(-i.vt tn a voumr f*>i>\e -. door E ^i^iSSSIt nasilStae ***<* wUh a aarlous and conlro- Alwaya buayaud harV la.
promlsaa g<-i .at hough ;ihe ," * *1,T ' mnZ'at th,- """' problam relai hoa i i.....ann Th.- |m Van Ow
thinks she h an unbaUever thai '"",'"' CH" .?"". SZ[%,..,. medical profaaaloB I an afraid ant it M to dun m md p rtth its higiii> aOetao.
tha will give Mm up U ha Uvaa twiwdnro M'fc-Pfdjg JPL^ST tin- raaulb an dbaaMoa and yow ordar with ZagtMafi..... ..ii.m.,. sun uiui.i mo peraonai
SI.,- kaaf but bus n^irinnd. he ten ner he is itravmi. I|)(ii| ns which ara Swan Street and know lli.i' H dlracUoa Mn. All.. f>
Othar Allans, rfar buaband is nn "^e. insane with iedioti>. riil (|ily ,mrunnv m ln blld wfH hg daUaand Cboeolatc LBS- i.k. u.mnlr .are in the prcpar-
11..H-:: mded to have her watched. ,l"'' lairs. Meringue* and Cake- -ould at ion and boundhi* vtm.iv al
than haattate. It a Maurice Pf"- nn"J*ls Miss ^""J'k. najiuraiiy be laauirad in yourn.-. Man ncafleni cui-
Bendrix. his Ion nicely curdled playlnif her lasl caaa tin tn< -p,,,. ,u>ll eeaearni young selection. And when making your 51m-, therefore together with !)<
into hate, who oawaraal candraa with poitce and miiiioi.anc pU>boy man ted u> choice from the i.,.,.. .1. t 1.. and cool Patio, tha aim
l'arkis. reporter,- for her audience. ttfu] woOian doctor. Among Zanhlrhrn, youTI raaambar 1117 bedioonis and friendly at-
iway, using his Swanm. is brilliant ,,, f>^ many faulU is an all-consum- that Ihey deal 1.1 ...ng to order ,,.; ;,,..,, hava aaaal en In
schoolboy son as an innocent * Sawond and her ttaWl n,lJ1M0u.'y ". J".'?,,lljl1" dei.iiLs 1.,, thai rtrj \ 1 QuaM House and euattfa,
d~y- H' eehiSusMauTana * -,m * H,t, ,_;. ,ne Wwardt. juM..:...
parator. but he brings in Sarah's *^^SSSTtS,, JSS 1" li'i. " * ^ "K??fiS ' ,B" r," "" * rah. .1 1. -unvaniantl.'
1 patient He also has a habit of yt(|) ,
hacking up on hor-nune of .
eondudvn to a happy Wh||(. yo#j ^ Ilo, ^ u, '
MatUda, you'll carulnly n ,.
.-...it/iug around yo 1 Thli nWalj i-
trull tram and ganaan adtb this ]., aom ,, ttlU- at
lam Knapsack Sprayer from tl U-adtng dafHUtmantal and
Australia. Designed to fit on bardwan store* m Low)
diary.
loeated-
nd tmn nrc within ea> 1
to the naturalistic acting of Wd-
Uam Hulden as the unwilling
It 1^ men-ly .1 Poaalbla Exhibit iiiuiM'-guivl and lover. Miss
But it is utterly moving, gwanaon has not spared hei
. ith its cry fa COT- her appearance and ba. ih.n... '-*t- youB
rupt human love." And n ex- Lntkm of the tanner st.n. Uvtrif thing
plalni to llaurfca Sarah'i vow. m j,-r peat gu.n and laananoual;
he? withdrawal. drmanduiK homage 'nan all. is
magi"' ...:nent. QlllUa, ,,ur nf 1 (i nuu jut'si.m- an r>K...u-
a, ....-a b. WUllam HoMen iv raconclMl and U.....w. he .. >'"' <'* ""' ''"'- "'" > "'> and Meat ( ..
"Km.. -V ,t ucwng.SrSn M..,..,t,.,fTf, ;-^277ci,!i i : '......% "S!r
than ParfcU. A hound irhlppad rnoral itamlna. it U very d.m- romance, and they live hannery .^ remayung at h & (. cha 1- . ..., lh, ,.,,, ,.,,
.idt wti> and Mr Holden has ever at'.I lcnor *-* P"- 4Bf6- *1*0. "' French MMW system. th-
k.n. Erich Taking paii in this utter non- etock an cofitojatad^Cal-eolpeal v. voui Watert 1 ton pro-
married life. Heno BoUowi am m afath
t man feels he must do gon 1
dahleand that's
.1 pioblem arises. However
hero and heroine are eventu-
1 by loveand hah
Hi n bnrcb. In handled It wU
if,,, dark, afltfon tha fllelur ol von snuJaim |a ouvtandmg a* v fa a r r j
light at the altar, he pleads. No. devoted servant, and the scene In Barb.. 1 a Male who :
M) again. "I which he plays an old organ, with have stayed at home.
ha*Wtt*l got the sireimth. Pleaae. ,,air 0f white cotton gloves on,
Maurice, hove a bit of mercy .- ,11 u sinister. "
Aftvrwmxis she wide- to bun. g Hedda Hopper.
y I shall meet you on h. B. Warner, Anna Q. Nllsson and
I'-ik aid Shifts 24 and 2d gaure and a /idea
light better lnrge MWnOt* of tha raRMMI
U'>nml Iligl, Tempcraui"1 CaaaaW
and Fireclay mn^ ,
' u
the conunor.....id than I won't [\h,. , .-,
timi about C!ii or an>- um.-cIkhi, photography,
thing else. But what's lhe_ good? mUsic are nil excellent.
1 boDavo ahare'i Ood 1 bauav)
h# whole bag t tricks. I have
aught ueli.-f l.kr a The
SUNSF.T BOULEVAHD is a film
for discriminating audiences and'
' 'm(\ ,cr,nbJiL 'or iT.,,ie who Uto
Maurice liesto stop the church
burial *ihe was entitled to. Tor
>he had seen a priest, and there
is a formula called "Baptism of
desire."
,..1 and different.
THK FRtHiMtN"
Few people realize that there
The tender-cruel wooing In the 1 a little known branch of the
ihurch is the apex of Graham, armed forces whose acttnlw
Greene'.' In lli.iid yal wan htory. up to now. Ix-en ke.pl eerel but
A story toki without exuberance" which haa played and is (Wing
colour, detail, the usual furniture ;.n almost unbelievable part 111 the
of a Greene novel, as though drama of war. These ore the men
evarythlni hn.s been stripped who comprise the Underwater
down to make room for ihe Demolition Teams and Ihclr story
crowding creations of Original is told in the Aim THE FROGME-N
Stn. the real villain. now playing at the Globe.
There is a lot more yet. with -. -....
Kb* that Sarah in her last h >* <"* ^niS^Bn?
irantic days converted an atheist interesting and n Jln
and brought a cure to ParknVs showing the cdlbU courage
- A far-fetched finale. *"?*% ^^ I '
a a .a hazardous underwater missions.
Equipped with rubber suits, water
NEVERTHELESS. Graham goggles and foot fins, it is their
Greene make* me accept Sarah's ,0b t,, clear invasion waters for
change of heart. By sheer force navigation and landlnm. and
: writing; not on the facts. Bl Cpisodes show them doing recon-
Iliare! I am not the gentle Dai"..^,*. tn heavily mined waten,
ParirJa, totting up the evidence. ,;,,,. ,.my islands. The
Greene hardly projects any .Umax of the film is the dealruc-
pictun for the mlndj. eye in this Japanese submarine pen.
soul-heavy story. He works at
the core; behind face? and clothes, during
T.S. opposition is encountered
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M All IV \l>\<" VI I
IMill -.I'THIbH It. l-r.l
BARBADOS
f_---------.1---------
Pttaud *i l*. UmMi
AmOGffE
rifU*u>a
Sinui.n Scpicn.lici Mi Lt5l
Italian*
tun to tboM dairii
: m | td llM
. atlnUM K<>;uliillons
: Health prt.-
i uJd only (unction it
and thai no Uceocea
would !.' i tny dairies In the City
van,
Xho majorit) >f Inn Commlnriontn oi
Health of Si Mil be-opposed
d the Rcgulut
mist the owners "i dairies still
functioning within the ( 11 i ( enrnfav
m ivised that
mpowmd to prosecute
1 bound to do so and indeed
rule although any tines
which may be imposed would be paid over
io tht i u ol i i kith "i Bl
Michael.
DOMtian is one in which SO many
conflicting pnncij iont so thai
many persons appear unable to sort them
out and deal with the most important. The
matter wind ."mainly perturbed the Com-
mlationera during lm" weak was the iact
that it might be suggested that by their
failure to take action Ihey wic acquiescini;
In .< branch ol the law. Tin:, u certainly an
agped ol tRe Situation which requires care-
ful CO) Laws should not be made
which are either unenforceable or which it
is not intended to enforce.
On tin Other hand, in recent years so
many of the established principtoeon which
legislation In years past was based have
been ignored that it is difficult for legisla-
tor tn know what shall be the measuring
stick by which they should test and ex-
amine legislation, In former years the
aim was h-i legislation to interfere as
little as possible with the individual and
with the rights which he had acquired.
Today the demands of public health and
new concepts of the function of the State
in relation to the members of the state has
occasioned aver Increasing interference
with the individual by means ol legislation.
;.(|.il r;..i\ l.r (.Mlllpulsohly
acquired, the rights which he has had for
centuries In his land may be confiscated
and actions which he has been doing for
n,:i\ be rendered illegal overnight.
Much of this interference may be justi-
fied by the conditions of modern life but
those to whom the task ol legislation is en-
trust ed should still scrutinies most carefully
any proposi Islation which interferes
with private rights and should do all in
then power to lessen the hardship which
such Interference usually occasions.
Such, however, are apparently not the
principl) i which actuate the rnernberi of
the G i Board of Health. Their duties
ore primarily to arqguard the health of Un-
people of this island. Towardl Ibis end They
made the Dairy Regulations. Under these
Regulations as many people as are so dis-
j>,is.u ii;.iv keep as many cows as they
please so long as the milk they obtain from
the COU Ll ii 't gold. They cm give away all
the milk hut they cannot sell it.
The inconsistency apparent in such Regu-
lation! brought forth the Mggeatlnci *hat
the licensing system should be adopted.
Yeai i sme problem arose in re-
spect of the keeping of pigs within the
City and ii was provided that no pigs
could be kept unless the owner obtained a
license to do so. Obviously the license
would not i>e granted unless the owner
had I facilities for doing so in
. ..!> manner
Is it impossible for the General Board of
it., m to realise thai .i mistake has been
made and thai tbl I I better and more
pray of dealing with the natter?
Will i" n: i.o't thai the law cannot be
changed for one man'' Surely the more
people that can be exempted from the pro-
visions of onerous legislation the better and
how much rnore with those
principles which have actuated legislators
I past.
The disagreement between the General
Board of Health and the Commissioners of
Health of St Michael is most unseemly.
The Board has strict legality on its side, the
eve lustice and rommon-
i- ill theirs The lust solution would be
to effect a compitMniae such as outlined
above by which no cows could be kept in
the City area unless the necessary sanitary
prefi ere first complied with. In
SUCh .i way the health Of the i" ']>le atui
> of their milk would be pi'i
wit: hardship and
inj;.
SOI Til AFRICA
THK stevedores seem in-
tent on making living conditions in this
island ever ll Not cmtent
living i y their
they ha.e now
that
i) refusing \<> unload s. u*a a
tees
and make them change their racial policy
Now this newspaper detests the racial
policy of the Union ol South Africa and
has said so time and again; but before the
waterfront
to any haatyi and Ineffectual plan are teal
it our dut> to counsel them to think the
matter over carefully No good comes of
cutting i '' onel noes to spit, ana's toed
Since Dr. Malan came into p South Africa Barbadians have watched
with glowing concern the deterioration in
the treatment meted out to negroes in that
country. The murder of Mdton King.'a
Barbadian seaman, was all that WSJ net I
i.l to raise ' storm ol prntaal In this
colony.
The House Of Assembly
to the Secretary of Stale was. to face facts.
all that this little island could do to ex-
press its disapproval Unfortunately the
matter was not left there. Chiefly for It*
own purposes, that is to keep itself in the
public', eye. the pTOgn s ;vc League :
i-r.i .. ludicroua march through Um Cltj
Baturdaj afternoon In protest "i South
Africa's treatment of Itegroea. Now. as a
further protest, the dockworkeis have
threatened to stop unloading cargoes from
South Africa.
Unfortunately, while the protest march
could do no harm to anyone, to cease un-
loading South African cargoes, far from
affecting the Union, would mean a further
increase in the cost of living in Barbados.
since foodstufll from that country are re-
latively cheap.
Further, statistics show that from Jan
nary to April South Africa exported
i2 107,7iy worth of goods to the British
Wast Indies and imported goods to the
value of 126,746. It seems logical to con-
clude that if the West Indies refuse to
take goods from South Africa that coun-
try will in turn stop importing goods from
this area.
Before the dock workers take any hasty
action they should realise .that to refuse
to unload South African goods will do the
negroes in that country no good, and will
do the people of this area a great deal of
harm. It is to be hoped that reason will
prevail.
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W.l.MOVEUP
THE Visit of a West Indian delegation
comprised of members of the Reglanal
Economic Committee and Sir John Saint
to London this month is an event which
presages well for the future of these
colonies.
The occasion ol ttie visit is the meeting
of the Commonwealth Ministers to con-
sider methods Of .supply and production.
For the lirst time in their history the Weal
Indian colonies will be heard in high level
discussions which must affect then eco-
nomic condition.
For many years it Was lamented by the
Weal Indies thai on those occasions when
mattesa affecting the economic interests
of these colonies were being diseased, the
Weal Indian point ol view was aiw.i. .
by c.fftcials appointed oy the BaafltaT) Ol
State. It was claimed that the Colonial
OffleS was in possession of ail the relevant
data concerning West Indian trade and
commerce but the strongest objection to
this method was that it was not even
made possible for representatives with
the necessary knowledge t. I),, present to
act as advisers.
One of the most historic occasions when
West Indians were shut out from import-
jtil discussions was the r< vival ol the
("aru*la-West Indies Trade Agreement
which had done so much for trade be-
tween the two areas. On thai occasion
(he West Indies were represented by a
Colonial Office official despite the protest
to the then Secretary of State and the fact
that there were men in these colonies
capable and wilhin; to put the case fur the
area.
The founding of the Regional Kcononiie
Committee was hailed in the West Indies
as an event of major importance Its work
during the short period of existence has
been extremely beneticial to the entire
Weal Indies But in trie examination of
the facts pertaining to the less material
welfare of the area it will be seen that the
existence of the Committee has given a
verve and impetus to the desire for unani-
mity In handling the problems of the area
The West Indies are far from the stage
of political development when they can
be re i aving dominion status but
in the opinion of the British Oovernment
ll would be desirable for icpiesentatives
of the West Indies to be present at the
meeting of Commonwealth Ministers dis-
cussing the problems of supply and pro-
duction.
evidence of the fact that the British
Govarnmenl that the Weal Indies
are growing up and have a right to be
heard when questions affecting their wel-
fare are being discussed.
i short lime (or onfllcs in lifting wounded and sick
i ven "t "!,ven- nun nut of thick jungles, landtni:
rn com- In small clearing* in which It
4j pa t" elaar* would be Impossible to put an or-
rntlfiN dinarv aeroplane down.
uhlch ""
i and bavi
11-14
r-,- ,
i potter
the
( Hi. hell,
recently the helicopter has been m^
tlxuighl ..I little value as a Unlit- a modern airrraf
m* aircraft. That, I thnik.
to the quaaUon "Why has pleUon the helicopter taken io long? in
Only now Is the hoheoptei u The Mi
. to be appieii.it.il : ;in i itse t 1""' m
Lrerarl with poaribla wartUM top speed nf M2
asea. while with the exception <>f paaetnftr machine vith i cabin 2ti
Hntish European Airways none ol fc*1 ft I vend by two *""
the big commercial airline* iD- 550 h p. Atvi
pears t So the helicopter has I i D Ml fty .......ngine
to evolve very slowly. Ignored by
most of the grt..i teuiumiMs 4>i Pas;enger
ln| Irms of both Europe and Helicopter*
Amern i So after experi:n >nts with UtU
Fur man) jrtara, varloua miag- three-waters, we i;re at last pro-
inative schemesor should one .'a- grossing towards r^al pastengt-r-
freain*' I .. I IUi'. aiM i-v.ri
In theao we have seen heucoptan the "l";! Not .1
twirling Into the air from
i and aerial taxi win-.- ....
jumpmir all the traffi. ich was head- P/bl" ^r, ,'JSrS^KTeJafc Li
rtrtiubilo* Truly It I ifattn ". tro^anV ,.^ Z.?. JLt
aUng thought that om daj wamay *hip. The idea is to equ p some
b. able to tlv ttralght from the Thu committal which racanUy ships in a convoy with helicopterf
centre of LoOaVn to ih- middle f i bl bad It rtrat i i-n. crtlmatea which could hunt for enemy sub-
MuiicheiterorBtrminfhan opten will rnarln. thus relieving the Navj
log all the rend journeys to and be ivallabU In 1964 while Mr rrom having to provide convoy
from the Hirp..rts. wh: CMal Rxeeutiva wh light aircraft carraara, Fur-
anl detr.i.t aTeaUy from the ad- ol I n Airways, ha
istRU'
tar ai a naval
agtratod recently
search for the submarine
Naval pilots maintained .
istiinl Dragonfly patrol over the
which the submarine wa>
lost.
In a future war. merchant ship'
niaj carry their own helicopter:-
lo augment their defences against
oai Early this year trials
van curled out by the Roya'.
Navy using Westland-Sikorsky
Dragonflles from the fleel supply
ship fort Duquesne. Out in thi
;,W;;',-, Channol. ,,, nl .ha. .v.n to
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Such draami are beKnujing to
:
.1 fore the Clt>
hellcoptei < i vices r--
iher tests are to be carried out.
expressed the hop. that the Bristol The American forces are already
ITS Wilt Ix 1081 Tha u-nig larwe helicopters. The Slkor-
CrlbbattCommittee (ol which. In- *> "-> 'he rnilltary version of
cidentally. Mr Masefleld was a the S 55 (which Wts lands are u
ant to lay, "Tha i-uild here) has been tried out for
10-12 pai will air ambulance work in Korea.
not be economic, bul may have American helicopter desigm
paratlon Brlttsh Europe limited lal w wide range trom little one-
Anways will not budge from ii* but it will rcpn aanttal man affalri to multl>aaatera< Con-
I n'thing to stage in devd< In the pro- siderable research is going on or
do with 0Ver-Ctt3 (Mnn until D ,.M ittable commer- the other side of the Atlantic into
reliable, well tried two-onglni They eommeated thai >hc use of blade-lip ram-jei
ivallable ThU li a 20-teai- M be fully motors. There are about a doater,
resulting ut eiflMd at bu manufacturers in the United Statct
a eraoh mi croi II will be sev- producing helicopters, and bit
do mon than anything t.. retard <.rai years before helicopter aar- Baaui are on order now for the
hi UCOPU i :i(h do not need to be tub- ever-expaiuling U.S. services. Thl
Uon. American Army, for instance
for the time arhei plan-, to switch all liaison aircraft
.. network ol hetlcoptct routes *-ill Tic coninuttei I a-, put in n vast from llxed-wing machines to heli-
hnk the Us lUes of Hi italn It an ounl >f atudj I io tha problarr copti i -. and tin y are buying quite
antal fwllcoptei unit, and has even gun- to the length, l number of large helicopter
Krtng-Comn indei n \ C \n consultation with Brlttsh Euro- transport aircraft
I- done .i great amount ol ,> Mrwa ng up its
rat with the Bast AngUaii hi is for a But the rivll uae of the hellcoD.
mall service, then (tie CardUT- 10-teatei toe fughte up to arm ter is still awaiting development
Liverpool passenger aorviee (the rnUea, n .1 M- rtei evea In the U.S.A.. the most air-
.,i tiist Khcduled uaaniign lagi Pow provided conaeleui country in the world
operation vita helicopteri) la i by four L* Ion and the though it t.. There are nil w
mi ind now Uv Londoa-Bli i lected hell- atla engei ei vices, and
insham flights Deliberately, B.I A copter i> 22.0OO ll The helicopter the civilian use of the helicopter U
has lost money In order \<> (all 0 m.ph. Md tO ..irinaii carriage in LM
experience: the little Sik.rsk% s Hellcoptei aervleaa layi Um Angalaa and Chicago, though then
M*s cannot pay except nt fu e wouiii be of relativ.l> I pi.....i t<-d helicopter taxi aer-
whUh would attract DO ''p" 50 un luttbcv ire giving B V. A valu- mil- ! -oon in New York
, ,_ J ,., (,i[i, (:, town So we see that though a contid-
' At Birmingham, "rotor-si Rjntn Bverj ihasti rabla start is being mad* we havi
lion" ha* been ait up In tn< ll I evidence to the eoninut- not yet arrived at the "Hellcoptoj
urbs hut ,.t the London end, t. hai ud t two en- Age". There is still a lot of work
Noiihoit and Ixndon airports are dm i to be done. On this point the Crib-
uaad ii the h*Ucoptei '''- How in belt Committee has this lateroat.
v. I betwoan ing observation to offer: it is our
rved only b:
n necessary. It la qukk.i uo-countr) U in it pn
' fvlew Mb lad e quoted In the
to tl\ in an ordhWj aeroplane t.i report Glasgow to Manchester.
Blrminghan airport Hut In llttla (<>r example, would take is tm
mar* than the time it lakes to -:t > helicopter against fl 2 h"

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rail; Glasg"" lo r4ottlnghai
U ...i ol 8 hr.
strony con r in ton thai, so far __
eaptml resotircvs and olher oa~
ilortal preoccupations u-ill allow
opmewl of helicopteri
utla6le for ctmirnrrciot operafloii
i..l).v and mr.ttnw lh.- reqidrcoienrj one
2 2 characterijnes u"hieh we havr i>.-
dleaied should be intensified
-
That ~Ul!iSl\G"
FEELMXGU
Our Rc'actWs Say:
I I svful I'ur/Hw
l -,. I
Bin i read aitl ' '
i -.iin'i in thti mornlni
ith the i !
'ustoms enforcing tin-
Ive to the removal 'i
the warohouses within I
As one Who hI
eapertenca i em ol tha
ihtit under the pn
4 the ptroUei I
tha fouowuig i
. hi . artaln clas.
of In,i octal ? in the
past used the*
. ..'..
for his good- to thi
maul of oUm i
creating a block to
his goods prompt I v
(21 There is another class of
Importer wh.>
.me in aotnc
-vu-e buying Io
drafts when pn
B
h he cannot
dneuments to I
duty pay his goodl


a bo: i i
block now be
controlled.
I am of tha cfdnlon thai Dura
is a great need <>f man
move on md
deliver the
II appeari t.> me thai the ex-
bMotdon "i the lime hunt .if 10
days to IS or 20
..ke Mie
.g \o the
ahortage erf warehouse aecomm"-
f l lot of goo
would lie delivered carao fi":i
the next -tip BTOUld nive and
h to bl
the aoluUon to
this problem is the cointruction of
.1 deep I
AgaBU cannot le e\i
.1 .:. sums of n

they know what t-< going to le
n of The Government
regarding a deep ater harbour
Thanh

PROGRESS
Scout* Sa\ Thank*
, cats.
^bc 2nd
.
-
period ol 9 da) > i would like to
your staff, for your keen Intera
us diiniiK oui tea m
your beautiful Island.
PPart and publicity given
ui through your Nawapaper wai
most encouraging and grallfyinit
and for thii we are deeply grate-
I should aln like to thank thi
i iiblk fur tha wakomi extendei
Ut, and especially to the man\
.ud around Id
who did all m their power to
make out '
The programme arranged rn-
abkgj u% tu aae mam o be B >.
Spots of the Island. Aiinun;

mentioniiig are your "Animal
re of tht
lOVOtteet scenes we have f.it
seen Another is the I :
The boot rules we took, the
Camp flrcN am held, the many-
friends and ilrother S.
met will indelibly remain m our
<< mor*
Yours Sincerely
JOSEPH A B. JAHAM.
on bob .' ri'ssi;
I'epartment.
f HOT lamtted.
Point l-
Trinidad, HW I
12th September. 1951 ^
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PAC.F TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1951
B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMMES
\ -i
B B < Radio Notes:
PoetaOf&\incent
1'iMiis^iun in "CarililH hi
Vk-n
veint.g programme -Caribbean
, ,1 have noticed that the p ^2"";*'!*
mm h* ;,>. iuihn. i,'".:
CIilRCH SERVICES
N> AnalyWl
.Si.I .. \"
IT IJRtNARlrH Suh.
Ml IStr. 1MI Trimly XVII R
II Buchnrxt m O-rnl Ku
n Th* Addnu 11 a m M.lnv. an
.
? .d tow.
w*a* wff a* tmng for V-lfti a*
. ucUd by Rn. L- Braes-Clarke Batata*.
ny Mr. Olga Brown* and C C*tioar,
im noa. ***
KM n ml
more man its expected share oC r... tMI is a m uiwikaav ctci
.Mrs ami n lew month* r 1 >_
ag.. II was pointed 0U1 in OM ** *
these programme* I iota *>
a definitely recognizable school of-------------"
poetry Sourishing th. tha prtj ,,* :^T ." riioMi .oar.
cipal exponents bcin; E. McG. ; *.> m ctirMMo Thinfcin* To-da
Keanc. Owen Campl - Williams. The wot* of thr* ?Vn, i?Z xi*'*d,um,m*.
sMBrMMi
mraom.r
jpr h a r
i' tn Re* Cre*'
r,\YHnsa BAV -n Mn Morra.
noSIvaHlia ; pn R*\ J Boaltofi
WH;TTOAI.I. a m Bat MAE
MM Noli Cailminliii 7pm Mr
" p > Re* B
WELLINGTON
it. .**at UMUt 1 p n> C*mp
M"it4 1 nav U*M M*at.n*-
PRBACHDt >r Mrmt OS***
CARLTOB
Nawr
i.OX HBMCalUAU- J" m Vr V
li John Ipa Rr\ R SSrCulloufri
M ilITOWX-IB -n, Rr* 1
i. .ton Racvption Barvar* 1pm Ur
three was brought t
lion of Mr. R. B. L
turer in FJuTll
COHORT Of '
h .* wittten
the ntten-
Page. Lec-
UMrcntQ
Indies. He
] npprec-
ttarr nl th* 1
SUNDAY
io t
IH
Thr N".
p m BUT fcltC^UPMBl T
rum SIUH-II
li VMX HAIJ^-* S* a a* Mr J
I i Mi J E M.M.*%
i EIClfTaTOWRil an kwv
p m Mr L B
-----1 BAY II "-, ir*
r..:%SBrsa.TtK:
: Mai :
eiation "f th... worl .nd listen-
era will be able to heB Surui. % oast, 19th Inai Dan will
l>e the atcond half of the pro-
irammi' 'Caribbean VotCM* the m.x it 7SHt
tlrl being ii short st |
Natpaul of Trinidad
begins at the regular tirn.
7.15 p.m.
Everest Expedition 15JI
some of our reader* will
a-pi'i.
MiiMiM HieifMBlR II.
itrncru n
MAlJCriTR
..... CMBbf I
DIAMOND CORNTH
. M-tlhf 3 pm CW5 MWWf
Oiiatn Maor*
Tb
Al HRR
I.MONT II am Mi
Mr C Mnllu.li
mrrRicT
c nrmriiT
1,1 Bro.ne._l pm ftappl
i:*m
_ Th* Nrwa. 4 10 Prf" ^Wrl-d..
know there u to be another at- 4 is p m rrom iiv t^orna^f*n^ u.
mp, ,o clm,B Mourn ** J- ^"Tr,,:''.:'- Rf .-'J
this year. The le.itier will be t-ric M,TCW m. a p m Voice .. d**j
Shtpton. a veteran of three of the vtotta, p m from ih t
. . ow i
p n> M
Krlnlne
;artlon ll
.,. ,-...
Mr4MHtHt Rr-ila* Tm4
nAi'ii-i
_IOKAVIAM
Et-mM Beww*; w-**-r: > T C
Bjajv n 'IRATE Hn^ II ) Mwi.lPtt Bar-
Mi r EvmlnR BfTi*i PrMeNw:' M*. B.
; Han.- ri'INBTK Ham Mnmim Beeftet
Pnathrr- Mr C Gn*n; P"i Ev-
bt laktr. -. .. i>r.ici.i Mr O WeehM-
Ih J.imalr MONTO vicr Preachar Mi U Mw
IIOl' Mill. C E\MiliLf *ni1i
PTOn
Pi n Bti
! U pa*.
i n
Bnajrw
To-d Bpon
VUM II MM
previous six attempt* by British
mountaineers. Before he left Lon-
don he recorded a disnuawa witn
.he H.d ,; . "*,!r,l.;"i',: r"',;:
Eastern Service. John Morris .,,, : P m *wiiy of Briuah
is a member of the 1923 v
and 1B3 pedJUon* l p -
._ Jam Natioruil Rapilx 1 Pru
L BM * IMBai Mai r wrnBlM
H M by Re.' I. Brre-C^Tto VtO*. Pr-Pfrwrt Mi
Ur IB rtuwfr. "Ho
a rani L Tl>
Art 111.1
MM U I Ml
T Q Down**. T_p
E\*niiia Btrvlc*. *watr>*T R*v
mm
corded discussion will be broad- m tntaiua*. *s
KdiiuiMili. p m Pror
a*t by the BBC in the con
week and in it Eric ShlptOfl
describe the cOUrM In* i-xpedi- 'Duii
lion will t.ik,
1* likely to meet The ascent,
expected to start abor
Septe-nner to the first attempt to
climb Everest from the outh-
we: and Ih* first to be tried In
winter. The bmndrast v. ill I..
at 7 15 p.m. i>n FrTBay. 21st inst.
but cnlv on the beams of the
COS and not on those rvhlch,
John
10 p in tnirrludr 10 ._ .
\\t Bar>4. 10 44 p o. Bclvoc* Rr\ i#i*
f n 1 PROI.RAMMV
I SCPTEMBEtt H. 1*31
pt-10 p.m. N'*
BV-10 p m Canadian CMonlcl*.
n Mo 14 tO M
Footslogger
Incomes Over $5,000
Pay $5 Million Taxes
iProm Our Own Corrvtpnndnili - ~
GEOnGETOWN. Sept 12 lM8t I fill III OX GlV
Increase in the Staff of the
Income Tax Department mean*
efficiency." The Commissioner
of Income Tax kn his report to
Government laid great emphasis
i>n this subject and cornmeiitlnii
the report at the Statutory
Colds,
Coughs,
PH0SFERINE
for more
confidence!
If lack of coaaadaRcc rarrics you
and you feel rjpad and deprcaaed
Ihrouajb oeerwoek remember bow I
-cry useful PHOSFERINfc has been J
to other* m a similar state.
ft docs you good in two
ways you rub It on
and you breathe it In!
For quick, sure relief
rub THERMOGENf
Medicated Rub all over
your chest, throat, and back.
It* healing warmth relieve*
congestion, and breathing the
pleasant medicinal vapour It gtvat
off clears nose, throat, and lungi.
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERM0GENE
MEDICATED RUB
In big glass Jars and handy dandy Tins
PHOSr^Rn^maybehistYrhat
you need to put back strength and
energy. HHOSFERINE soon re-
vives the appetite and, in so doing,
it revives keenness for work, for
enterprise. PHOSFBJUNE helps
to build up staying powergives
you reserve of patience and good-
will when you need them most.
Try this grand took today, la
faquid or tablet form, a Tablets
at i'HOSFERINB aqua) to drop*.
THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS
* ni)Mlll, 0>!. I*f.nl.. Sin)........ii, mt
f * InfW....

Cultural Mission
Big Welcome
.SuiiiImv gav
WALKER NO. 1 in Aimi
for the haW-hour between 7 IS "'"> Truman He ia fmiious for Mtcluig of the Georgetown Chu...
and 7.45 gan earry the West ^""t out White House cor- fc, of ComniCT,C( vice 1-resident AaVaiianand
B2S *TZ^l^ SS^S on1" &&*% -> r* ^ *"nWd wt ^
bSned S?rec^o5us*h,ce.nnS mb.e, So when he announced -he Ch
picked u,> clearlv on 9.51 or 6.11 " napecUon tour of the Kansas in* lor the *ame thing for
me^cvclU in the 31 r 49 metre "'"^ nrf "n Wpd,"te^ J,,cy l,umbCr ot yca"-
ST asked: "Plane or car?" The Presi-
dent said he would vaalk. From
Wavelength Chiinges the correspondents In unison a
Listeners ihould now that as lmu n'l-an.
(rom Sunday. 9th n.l fear*_______________________________^^
has been a change in the be
It) this ana. After the W< iV Uval of Music and Ur.tm.i
Indies halfhour7.15 to 7.45 pm fOK OuM) s/ewfcl the Athens -if tli.-
arhier iv on 11.71 and Ml WortlV baa Man wMifaMj |
gsajfjBcycUg m the '2i< and ill t-i-'l drsM of Ilatis. flowers and
met re band) the former will elOM floodlighting. In the coming week
iFraSl *>in U" Cn*iion*l*i
i.f.DitUfcJUWft, aept
Thousands of East li
H
big welcome t
Missionaries, Swsmi
leader of tue India:
man and Swsmi I
_ Bhramocliari Itajkn^.i.... PMT*J I
t.iy. rho will be spending sonic
._ 4- .- *.~i~_.. __ lecture
time in the Colony on
tour.
Mr. Patac U'Aguiar, Managing ThOJ were met at Atkinson air-
Dirvctor of ktaasTS. li'Aguiai I""' by a Keceplion CommltUe
Bros.. Ltd.. ui his rcmarka said he-ni.-d by Hickram the Hon. Dr.
that one thing which struck him '- H Singh, O.B.E.. and after a
very forcefully in the Report was garlandini ceremony proceeded to
Hat on rough calculation he Georgetown at the hOMd of a
...rkeo out that Bll per cent, of motor car .aval.adi whn-n im-lud-
the taxes, more than *a million, *<* ear ntted with loudspeaker.
was paid by people and companies ""d rendering Ba
with incomes over $5,000. There "n th* waV ,0 'hr Cllv they made
comuarue* and ,our *u,p* l l*cw '"nal wel-
and its plan WynfOrd Vailgnan Thomas who Jtj ,(,t ?dj indivlauauT"* it""is ,'om*' D-v '"*' Ea"' Indian Com-
by a beam on 6.195 megacycle., was an observer of m.uiy tvant1 UdannubU- lo conclude thul those "1"n'l,e "h th<" Ea'1 Bank of the
411.43 metres. This latter will at the Edinburgh Festival, will h w contributed HO per cent of the ,h'rnen,ra Rlvpr- Al1 alOMJ the
continue, alongwith that OB SMI Uk back on the Festival illus- Incomr Tax, or rough)v uUiut ",ule Eus* Indlaji tamluM BBjth-
megacycles. 31.32 metre, until (rating with recording somc of one-quarter of the total" revenue ,'^,,,, *' ,nclr houM' gll''ries to
the .lose down at 11.00 p.m. landing momentsan em- gf the Colony out of a population "*?* **** visitors while others
barrassment of riches. The pro- of 400.000 Mr. O'Aguiai added K'hered at the corner place fbj
gramme will i* broadcast by the that it showed a very urgent need "H*1" orove dlrectlt
to BBC on Tuesday next, 18th inst. for more production and more
industries in the CoUaiy
Edinburgh Fesitival
Edinburgh is now romm
0*end of her Fifth IntcrnatrOn- beginning"at lOJS'a.ni!
visitors drove
\ Hindu Temple In Kitty. East
Demerarn. where another
large crowd awaited them.
Macleans
IPSlflOTJSIl TOOTH PASTE
keeps ^ISiSra Wlia^Il
and healthy
WORN OUT
ndil'if around wh
il.'. iinabW ni wwk
lath* BBMfM
MafcCMaMl
,i,,.a., iuiit.
kutatn fcit-r
moui wastMsnd
taM Iron.
\ mbbbI slassssl wkk hi*
i-I ikMB and SMMrabW. Thrn , the
in (.. Isk. I Wd'. Kkkwr ''' u ",""
I hw DaddTi Stsrl IJ BM BBS k>dr*>>
drain any Hmm harsaM waataa. Sam
row 'ei-in* (alow u rapUcad k* eh*/-
l*d*d norfj and pap Bw b* aura I*
ft th. pdai Dsstf. Udsw* PilU-2 -
<*r Urf* Meat M BB Srsg Hwroa. # li.
1* "-i?
Shell Is proud to have played ii leading part for fifty yaara In tha
progress and developmeot of internal combustion engines on land, on
aea and In the air. Shell research has bad much to do with tha
perfecting of the modern Jet engine. For the Comet today, for Uia
bbbbbbT
horseless carriage of yesterday, H has buen true to any ....
you can be sure of (shell]
PEACE? NO! ARMISTICE? NO!
THE ENEMY (High Price) is trying to negotiate a Peace Treaty with WILSON'S regarding the onslaught they have
declared on him during their RECORD BREAKING SALE.
Their Answer is "NO TRUCE, Fight or Surrender"! Meanwhile WILSON'S are attacking new positions on numerous
lines of Merchandise at RECORD BREAKING PRICES.
BEST FORM BRASSIERES
Black. While & Tea Rose In Nvlon.
I.ace. Satin & Cotton in America's
latest ibapai necially designed for
comfort on whatever model they
are placed.
Price Iron. S1.2II up.
CELANE81 UNDSaWBAB
This needs no Introduction but iuat
to let you know we are ..tl.nng a
wide range ol Panties, halt and
whole Slips & Night Dm
:it low prices for
Ladies and I
LACE EDGES
The 6nest assortment you ever
did see at surprisingly low prices.
Boys' Navy Blue School Cap* H 12c.
Each.
GENUINE QUALITY tINENL
SHEETS >"^
RO ins x 100 ins Q **.67 *l>
PILLOW CASES 20 ins. x 30 ins
@ $1.44 each
HEATS 1JIAI.ITV CAMBRIC
til inakini; Sheets and Pillow cases.
:ili ins. wide Q 75c. per yd.
SHEETING90 ins wide only
$2.80 per yd.
BEDSTEADS with coil springs com-
plete-4 ft. 6 ins. (id 38.;i MLM
each. (We deliver)
shirts: shirts:
We carry only the besi of those by
Brewster. Sandy McDonald. Regal
Lucky Boy. Renown, Premiere &
EUtBjin all sizes.
Shirts for the Conservative
......Hot Shots
1'rices from $2.00 to S10.OO each
BAGS: BAGS :
Here is your chance to buy a Bag for any occasion. We
have them in all ihapes. styles, sizes and colours Clearing
entire stock at prices which must attract attention.
PRICES from S1.M e.ch cp.
LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS
Fine quality, beautiful designs (5 16c.. 18c.. 20c. each.
THERMOS FLASKS
I-pi. 9 $1.30 each
CHILDREN'S VESTS
Stan 4 II 0 7c. mcr.
TOILET SOAP
Palmolive ....................... 16c. rake
Hotel Size ................ 4c. ..
Odex .... ....................... 15c.'
Cashmere ............................ 22c. ..
Lovely ............................ 12c. ..
Cl'RTAIN NETS. In White and Biscuit. Blue. Green, Rose
Tango, and Gold in Silk and Cotton
PRICED from 52c. to $1.00 per yard.
Shop for these now for Xmas.
INDIAN MOHAIR RUGS. Plain and Beaut '..' designs
16 ins. x 27 ins. 'u $3.70 each with desig.
16 ins. x 27 ins. fu' $2.18 .. Plain
16 ins. x 28 in. & .* .. with design
16 ins. x 27 ins. @ 11.45 ..
14 ins. x 23 ins. @ $1.28......
18 ins. x 30 ins. 3(i ins. x 72 ins. ft $5.00 each with design
HERCULES CYCLES:On,' Week left in which to buy a
Cycle less 20', discount. Buy NOW.
LADIES SHOES:Clean Sweep on several American Pairs
.,! these in various Styles and Colours. High and Low
Heels ft S2.H0; 83.011: $3.50 and 84.00 pair.
A Lovely Assortment of Costume Jewellery :
Ear-rtagt, Brooches ond Necklaces.
PRICED from 6c. each up.
ULTRA MODERN SEWING MACHINES At $63.85 Each
Do justice to yourself, your husband and your children by shopping always at
N. E. WILSON A CO.
.'Il Swan .St.
Kuril.iilus' I ri u.lli. n| Si.in
iini sotb
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M M'U -IMINIHI It Ii. mi
M Mi \\ MIMK X II
I'M.I II HI V
SOIL MANAGEMENT IN BARBADOS
MR C. H.K u.
ilture. talked to mem
SuSr ' *ln
MIMtlt in Ba
held its half yearly nut-tin*: .in Prides The

'.> cluoe cycli
l
large It u obviuu^ ;h.t clomr jilo..,ji
ing im
Uiroosjh trai'i
n and him m detail.
Anotf i viH be held I
and l<* <>f
wein that linlBBi
eara matted Might to bo abanduned.
know for
makes allowance for change* In B
rainfall and vai v-body Mom
RU 'iildnotrun throuch ihi-pi..b- to teal undei a i the fcrarfmoorf
hurriedly but should hold ano*<.< * contour furrow or *'* to the batik.' It is UUs.
cambered bed*that (hey ir.et in "Where should one dig the new
Id likt ior soil sampling and analysis II touch with US We IM hole'" Now at flrv
i you only do our best to help lav u it would -teem to a wa*1..-
ibifuL out in the most ndvantageoui ;
st at We ab '.. bank only to dij the i
ava!1al>:< la the liaiU'. Hut thai is
what the major. ^
actuauj do i- than i
- been bum up In the past If w. : ' "r,lV ','"" "* ""
n. IhaVwe t.lr- foliOW UM ntmZ UUllaa- ^r a long In-l period, whethe,
i value
'
hava never.
, . , a, i. ,:..: i I

luaatlon of stand itnca
.' l.r tluTi do plants, nor can it be
ie ratooninc j-
not tha
tUlaaa otiil
I htnk
.7l rOter Pre Mm* a* I
der grits* in a fteld at Tha Plna
Nornuil ma nu rial prartlrr
it. but we havi
.1
rds
tora 11 ...
.....gable potai
"SJ t been built up In the pa,.. 1/ we '
the question of r.itiii/.T- rinca tow** Unit I
these can be supplied in un* dumping ground foi the factor}
amount we wih nor would i: * Uo* P*> mud
per to be a question ol mulch. known that lilt.
.. I* well "lud in a valuable ieitil.
Bj b] their own trash Just taming both phoaphMa an
artist the I Ian are, as gen. It i> used in Aniu
Ore have said is imkt.
(h than
PAIN CAN BE
CONQUERED!
(kitACf H / (onulM QUININt it it. fOURTH laajMaaMM Tr. Quin.na
V----------J Im ttocn scientifically blended ilh i"re ell-proven
medicines (FtnmKeiin. Caflatn* and Acett Italic/lie *c>di SO (hit t>a
lour mediOM* tofetner acr. *ja*rf it.<-. Thai n .h, -
relieve, pam >ut. md ret lores yd H imw of **ell-r>eig
' ii welcomed 6/ Ooce
> Gttit Britain alone M)
(Md.. haadschct, toothacha, rheni
.lUCt*
O.cr 12.000 doer,
new .pacific brings row smuiftfl
tion of this raaarve |
;;,j. crop* iii dose
.nmg eloaa correlatu>n between
;l K2l> we should be
Posm ||i aiid n *ble to exercise much
vhlch ori ihi ntrol on tha appllcathM of
mrable to the growth of i i ,
loam M
.>lly tor the purpose ol
orrelation I
|1

H haa baan la i
the
treatment.
thar-
?aon (ol
and a

I
We aha
tgaln
ivhUa I
I


i unportant part
Snd l
Ihis
n- >hall be in position to detei-
tandard mm<1 wh'thc'" "he idea is prac-
ibla or not. The aconomk val-
Ul of a close control o( potasli
with that of any manuring i*. of course, obvious
Dthai suii.ii proaucina couni to all persons connected wflh
I big sugar canc growing,
V/a
I) || Niiraaen:
ntal tn.imi la
I . :
arhan Iha racotnnv n

and thai In man)
opinMuv
IcaJ plantci-
<\) Aatsltealion f ruae;
We have notieed raw
that It Is a progressive
>f tilth which mil...

known, for
oil
an excellent top di-cwdny foi


: i
.
n favour-
I
If Mr B
the a* it In your

It) New i uluv .t,,.,, sxkniv
thla De-
no ra-

il i ba adjuatad I
P braaaed Iha un-
'I deleitn.T;.'
type and of grouping soils ac-
f$tern an dtffaraol soils in
fael that than are atiU aoni* thfiui different ways. A few plant.
.<' adoptad our suggestions at
juld be BOma of them are antll Mtbri
didwe with the results. Others, howe
to which at i
which it
rtliM !'' if

measure lucctedad In wh
out to do.

Ilka to bring to your notice con-
cur with cultivation and mammal
am respon-
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
feel that the inconvenience and Jf
Ol the new cultivation "*
lajrOUl out-weigh their advan-
hava abondoned at-
tempts at con our cult..
ramber bedding, as
ulphate
JuneJuly with '
onset of tin i "t
We have from lima

two dressings, :'. first with the ir
lakf a great
|l St .lol.n
- Thomas, than v.. r,
^^ |
'nesting to
not, that last - .i whs
: ita .it tonal
ana of
-.I ii u i notlei d that 1
favour ol the red soil
till existed and "i rxniraa,
watl known thai tha light
group 11 of tha: region retain
uith tt a demrae unknown on the
h" i St i ; rge black soil Again
i
productivltj
ted to Ik"
ij tilling
ha i
Ihat Uk of ra-
v...t|,while m-
onlni n must < <<
. i .
ant kiiim.; Uw
raa t actuall) telllii
full) dovaJopad nor had wa than the prohterna which you prafai lo
antasHM ol Ua
long living varittlea that axlst naatgii thai priority if you
lodaj ith < raaom In them- could B King your-
Liggaat thai are pjal down elvaa, and let ua '
t"least'1 i^ '" wnwimanta and ii- fad thai irtewa, wa faal that both Iha Plai
that tha Incorporation Irnphnnent manufa a ten and the Department
aa wui ejaaana) that the
itertal
' lvet> I .op|ied soil i>
good soil mniiaifenieiii, ani ii i- of
rse rea Ihat

''" hoi
t for a w<
<.r iha
i n
Ik India-
N in iha


/orthwhiii freighting
Again In I
no aaparunenUj involving Iha uat
tai lal Tha tad th.it ...
iHjr foils raaponaaa u
ould
rark Wa wool
narnban
if'l' .... n illtei
... 11- m mud as fertiliser In eon*
like Ui ask f.>i
youi halo Wa hi pa U we navt
rhown ihi* aftarnoon ti>..i there
nurah*
and
Deparl t I
11 than but uafortu-
' ..lid OUt
Anani lal Umitr I
it oi thai
dlflkully by Incraaaing

nou adaj in th<
i leantime, we ahould Ilk) >

Mm; "Ui a in. ii y< i
. bui
and dent iti
M thT turgenei1 Ftveci,
i, ncurilgii ihu *ond*ridi
rl.cf frorn all of thsm !
Too can buy it in i two-tablet
lope enougn to bring quicM relief
bout of pain. Or In a handy 20-tab'et
b Or m a 50-tablet bottle (lor
Bj
ARM YOURSELF
AGAINST PAIR
GET ANACW TOD AY!
Hitn at-tea un*tr i. m
Dodors Pr.ive
A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days
>m
m
UKADIll
.S<"
" ^1

igaaaa Into P*
:

requin ad Utional nlti
. |
lUl'lllg llK.U
Ahull
HP
iTtainh
B'dOB Horn Minister Diet* In HA,.
iattei W taki them
i indotn and no attempt has been
made to |
importance
how it la obvious that one ol 1M1.t ..f the rain
ibiefo the former ihcae two ophilona must ba wrung ... ... ,.;u about planti .
a on the and it Is for us to find out which 8 to 10 weeks after thr BrM apph- viously does nm valui it as high!
is. Either, as we in the Dcpuil- cation. it. We It
incut believe, sloping Mill which This doUDHl BpP
I cultivated on the con- gn
and, over a period sulphate of ammonia, u I In the. meantimi
.1, soil i-,.usi.. ra, t-nd to loae their fer- It b no aaay task on the second we should like to hear yuur \iews
tility u a raault, which km ol occasion, when the i
it is ma raconunended prac- fertility will eventually be re- ,,',^ri1 ,"" f'"u :,w,n vigorously
in lowered productivity
mag and rotoona ..t iha .,d paduead ylaaaa; m thay do
rate of II CWl pal ion (U I qo| and m.iv |>e safely cultivated
tor. to 191 cree) At certain n tha cans hoto systam Indafln- .,
times heavier -rates ol appllca- ,.0|v. And ugailli vlXher cer- ^ In|n^r ^
We should like t ask those
nraaanl why Uv
nonla ahould ba appued th*
hard wa>' as wo oall .t
all In one apt tuita-
MlTr" baa timr' Wa mufhl point
order off' : 7 'EniprC *\U Z? !'
order of -i cw. ton fl5 u^ in lne n,.p-irm,en' be- |iv ,hc pepurttnem Indicate that
to 10 acres, but U* ,s often an ,,. L ,. g^ J^R tatM M
excess of lartlli durve by being plac optimum cane
ut least i cwt pn acre a .. tarn ol cambered bads occurs In August and Sept
ith go "i .it.nii.iL5.- or they a
OUf, 11Q, an,| W]ij , | !'. Ju
in terms of yield ol .if left in cane holes. It is the latest
' -.ii.-lv necessarv to find out which
Wa .- abb Bj means of fht u true and to And it out quickly
chemlenl annivsis of jroUr soil. Unfonunatol) the gradual siting:
whether on extra rrrt(iion of a sloping group II soil This problem is ana which
... lonn term process, and in any arises in rannocuon with nha cane
ra will <>.- beneflcial irt event the comparuton of one held hob- .-t.-m and should thus be of
. .:[.i: uw vi(.iH ,., -.. m-iahboufs Ii lak} in-'-M^' to those ol you
do not hesitate to put hi lo drOW- Iwlleve in that svsteni It
til .1) V
-
lam.
<> Ratoon Tillage:
' '.limn ratoons is
! i .
e that
Found "I nu r i
Ua> IRGI ["OWN Si I
i H Ulan O i hs Rica off th,
who died
' .. .It In-
residence Cl I
boi ,,i; Mai
K 1883.
ui, m the Chun b look
Panama, iha w< i India i
\ In 193:t
rsrdalnad t.. tha Mlnknn
Christian Hkjgfffn < huri B
.. :!;.
a Bunertatandent, in
b I with th
Cl urch "f the N;
I I'IimikIiiio: JIHl Cane llutr

What You Should Know
About Your English
Al.K you content with the way you speak and
write'' Are you sure that you are not making
mistakes that cause Deople lo underrate you? i
Never has the importance of good English
I son more widely recognised than to-day. If you
. rt express yourself persuasively an I forcefully |
j i b ive an immense advantage m your business
or professional work as well as In social life.
T>oes your English enable you to appear at
-.ur best on all occasions ? Can you express your
Uucntly and correctly ? Are you sure of
your pronunciation and speVUi? ?
Why You Are Judged by tat Way
You Speak and Write
You are Judged by
Your English reveals you.
the ano you express yourself.
Is it not a fact that you judge others by their
h nrd writing? Just as you are favourably
.ed hv the man who has a ready command
.' eottajct, polished and effective speech, so you
reeerva an unflattering impression of the man who
aa for words and is obviously uneasy about
Hnslish.
No matter what ability you may possess In
directions, you are gravely handicapped if
English is defective Every dayevery
rnintlhiyou run the risk of being unfavourably
,'issessed.
How You Con
ENGLISH in
IMPROVE
a Few Hours
Your
Why So Many Students Recommend
the Effective English Course
Many students say that the moderate fee charged
for the Course is the best investment they have
aw r made. It is not surprising therefore that
numerous people enrol on the recommendation of
Regent pupils.
You will enjoy taking this famous Course. You
will find thrt the lessons ere so fascinatingly written
that the study becomes as engrossing as a recrration
ftesl of all, you will have the confidence that sprints
from the knowledge that you are making real pro-
urewt with earn lesaan
How You Can Study Utio Coursa in
the Odd Minutes of the
JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS
may mean kidney trouble
A function of the kidneys i to eliminate
haiinfill impurities from the system. If the
kidneys grow sluggish, these npunUea
in parucular excess acid a.. umulate and
settle, and become a cause of pain and
suffering in joints ar.d muscles.
The way to tackle the root of the trouble
is to help the kidneys. They should be
toned up with De Witts Pills the medicina
made specially lor this purpose De Witt's
Pills have a soothing, clcanttng and
antiseptic artioo on the kidneys thai y
bnaga them back to perform thru '
natural funcuoa properly.
Pe Witts Pills are a eery well-tried
remedy. They are void all over the world
and we have many letters from sufferers
Idling of relief gained, after years of
suffering after taking Oe Witt's Pills.
They act on the kidneys quickly. Wh
f them for your Uouble ?
your chemist
C'town Wilt Get Potable
Water Supply Scheme
Mi
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in. Qc
sir Charfa wooUeyi k c m.g
win ornclall; decls
town's pt i. bj -.. Sm ,(
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on Heptanabi i M, 1951 i
i i' i
i
tha >.i>M
For 2 Brighter. Fresher
Complexion, use pjlmo'-.e ^ -
Soap as Doctors Advised ";t
Leodmg thin ipeoahilt proved thai
Polmoltve Soap con improve com-
pleaioni in mony ayi Oily ik.n iJ0k*
less oily-dull, drab skin wond.dull,
hfiflhter Coorsa-lookmg skin afipsari
fW
i at > is Jm i|>iiSiii
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J >.. so ...w. -....
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3"h IsswaSBi tans
Baaaaaaaaaaate
irv them for your Uouble? Oi
chemut and obtoiu a supply today
DeWltt'iPllli
r* < ipHl.Br fer
BACKACHE
JOINT PAINS
RHEUMtTIC PAINS
IUMRAGO
SCIATICA
OUR CUAMNTEE
Dr Wltt't PilU are
I 'nm!. n.lrr .'i i:.
iTK.'11" condiliooa
|>J Ihe 'm;-- 'in.'.
loniiif
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all ronlnrf
D.r
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gives full details of the EffWuve ]
th-it th.
lessons can be stutiesi .- r -i--
daythat you le.nn just tha Hum
drad to .
ous rules-that you receive unstinted help through-
out. You will discover that this adaptable Course
fits your needs so exactly that It might hav, l-n
specially planned for you.
*hich
nf the
iced to
Isc tedl-
Deeldi
handii
at .
> that you
Manv amhitious people are srortiod because
mnot depend upon their English not "letting
them down."
II was to meet their need thai the Regent
rol planned the now world-famous Course
Eft Engllsl Peraonal Eftlncnc\
..
Is quickly, concisely and interestingly, so
Ihat the Improvement of your Cnglbh begins within
,i few hours.
Vou are shown how to gel a bigger vocabulary.
v to express your ideas neatly and attractively,
i write good letters and how to tvold errors
bj Whatever the standard of
ir English, vou cannot fail to gain benefit from
:
IOCS of your instructor.
Moreover, the lessons are supplemented by a
o| printed lectures on personal efficiency that
and practical suggestions To nuote
ttraea that often recurs In students' letters,
atuniilaUng led new
<'tlook on life."
The Effective English Course will equip you
tha power of the right word and show you
he most of your personality and of >
pportjnities in life
will rid yourself of the
You can do so without
t costly outlay.
for o free copy of
MASTEBY"
of I i saudj b
drudgery and wllhi
Write to-day
UOIall
I poet th. i. ,-.
' prospectus, addressed to
The Kegent Institute (Dept. 50IUi Pa
I W 8. IViguuid
Don I delay. Yaur EnglUh is all-imporUnt to
)ou and vou cannot afford to nrglrct It Send for
th, free booklet NOW. There b do obligation.
DE WITTS PILLS
for Kidney arid Bladder Troubles
YOU NEED A WHJZZ
. -
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and foi eaay bandUni
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Mali-
. membei loo thai Will/./. 1
.ill I'.uns 1 1 1 and 1 lodi Ina
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a quick action n int i"i^
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BONE CHINA
?
DINNER SERVICES
AND TEA AND
COFFEE SERVICES
have just been opened in Fine English
BONE CHINA
ALSO
Individual Cups and Saucers, Service
Plates Ash Trays, Bon Bons. Ornaments,
Etc.
?
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
OF
BOLTON LANE
AND BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB


I'W.I TWELVE
SIM)\Y AI>VO< ATI
SUNDAY umUBO is. i5i
Scouts Render
< oi..mi.nil\
Service
.ummi.- It
5-
Id people m get-
ting the. 'thing. !
s Park fni the Jamaic*
Hurrleai
I
.carter* from V on
1 "<> pjn working in shift*

bj irli'phniif -nd to despatch
lO collect panel
|i"'tUflg Ol
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during U*


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th October



.
moritva i nmmMm
Till- F.V. | : |

Hon
M \ i | C.B.1


diKirll Ifrinnoii Siimlu .
Septembci Mi IMI

re-union -t ilic 1st Gi
..
LUiOfl thi '


A K"|U|> of local
ClIwelDa ii Head-


Si U mbei from 1
V. I] TWi ill ilicliiur Hn.wii
. which will Ih- kivcii l
Invited Mm. J. A. Skinner. Cominiseiniu-
B
'As a gesture to our glonous allies would youi M.ijcsty like to inspect Hie valiant workers
in the factories instead of the cannoi?"
i K > S. -, .. i
Training
Days For
Girl Guides
u n to the bland
iarjork Pcmbertnn ha^lu-M
I Training days for Pair.:! lead-
i at Paa imi. 73 atteadlni the
and n th. aaand. Mlas
I'emberton has also hud 2 Train-
Daji for Outdare which were
ih next Ti
III i* held ai Si "'''
Girli School on .Satur- At
LUXURY FLIES HIGH
Teenager First
At Talent Show
NKW YOHK '!
The race to provide It*
i
franaatlanUe airline peaaanaen S3 ; wax hli Ural hold-up, too,
i -..in Ha *..
linti-l
talked about cutting Haitian** aril
down hucurtaBi minri dreara up '*
veil more expensive ilelu.
i.. i ii pete with: CAR-AKTISTS
l>an-ArtL4i>, which ollei HKITIMII t'AR LNCilNt't RS
rneola from Maxim's-- In P mailer artlata Ot IhOU pro- Sonny Morris who sang -Train
parfume ind onbMi for womei In th* i U on oJ hi Wutajfeer |* and Arthur Moon
d Uquor tar all m, nun of Modern Art. c,ruitanc.p;i Bboa
Francewhich loves to ,, ,.., ,, difflcult to get off the
Orvfl Gfanderoon, teenager.
.,! at the
Theatre 01 I
aon delighted the crowd when hi
-ang the la afc a] B
m on tha arhola pro-
vided much fun for the crowd
which attend, ti The Hop singer.
Our HV.iilf.rN Nit :
I >hf niton In Thv htnml
To the dUor, :
SIM I ahouidbe much obliged.
I ould grant me the lav*
OUi of adding my feeble rontri-
Kmdl the first
place, to thank God whole-heart-
edly that I was brought up under
the pte-
-ent ayah it Of iiu>-
biah, that has long barn placed
under the guise
it to make
<*ie wonder what will be the next
.-onglomeration of costly folly.
The old Education Board work-
ad well It wa directed by com-
D, under the Secretary-
lup of Mr M T G Mabort
who knew arhet I hi DU
immunity were.
1 may perhaps claim to know
I much about Education as any
up in lh> since my
experience has been gained in
th the highest and the
I have conversed with
|
vet found any one of
them satisfied with the results ot
I hi
Of the island. In view
Of this disgraceful Ntatr of affairs.
I am perfectly willing to give such
advice as will not merely reduce
i aspeodltura but also

latufatctory comfition and give
considerable relief to the teachers.
.. n, Sir,
Voura tattrwiU*,
11 P IIOYCK. MA (Oxoii;
etc.. ate.
Profeaaoi <>f classics and
I'hilowph.v.
lagton College.
Coral B
Worthing.
apt 12th iasi.
patrons with oBicgan opening night of the nuseoni'i mark,
goose livers -automobiles as woiks >'. .n1" The Second Prlaa s/ant to
Western Ilhythm lloys. They
and
i- in a. | Douala
Smith. M A. u i
H H
Tile. (; >
Si
I r.. Maaari
s 'i Harrison ,
or 2
i
Howa ii m ..
Pollard. S Fli mmlni t
Mc < M I' :
Sim it. c Sprlngei H \ an
King. Afta the prellmln-
kn greetingi and inlroduo......i
Rev. A f Axnutrong U
a short crvici l
The Kesults in The Girl
(iiideV Fair
The Girl Guides' Fair which
n i held ,.i the Dull Hell on S*t-
-i June was an oulstand-
amounl i vallatd
being S3.U82.3l (642. 2s. Il|d.i
V 8 af the Assbci- i
n. Cyril atlon .... offered to the Com-
| Nirnibers of
the llarbadoK Regiment, the Cooi-
hi.- for allowing thi
i' In. II:.ml to play at the Fan
the Lot >il Association.
the Trefoil Guild, tha
i
< the gate
A.IS stuff i
.ind unities Superb
American, (eui Italian. Ihrai Oar-
B.O.A.C. loyally aer\'va Wilt- M1U|| illlkl lwi> rrench.
a
steak and kidney pie, and Bret
BNTBR THE rXKEP
PLBBPfl tha Arm] name ft"
Jeeps with wing> The first
teiigned to reconno]'.!.
has Itl aii
hour, to an 11-hour aver,,. nutes. an.' rolls
n-Amencan may follow. ||itu |i(.......Ilt.t .,, ,, to
low baui| b
tir
>e Mule Train The bova me ''". "'
m Lake's Folly. Their liinmti ., ,
Thank*

of Man-
Haven Welfare Awuxii.t.
.i of roui

Ihanka to all those who in any
way assisted in making the
\ irietj Conct rl and Dunce at the
iii II..ii on Pi Id y, TtJ
iu taaa
Tin
from Lake- Koll>. Their Uroing ,. Sargeant'i
wmt good Aiva Arthur wh.. aang v huroh wM| l-tnf..
it greatly hy thi- miigiullcent
Planes are flying nWtai
Ul Fiance has bought
-u|'i-t'..iistellations whi.
cut the flight time to Paris bv
Aneio
'he thhd |
tressed II ill UW friends who helped by
leadership nmons youth. He re-
marked U
for mai sd h-fi th.
youna< i The ,. ,.
then ninf H
.1. lURta
I
r ..
Mi Springer ltd oil the 12
discussion bj outlfnlng
the aapai utlng nich ai
Local Association membership, ','"^""""
SfBclaU Men
I *, ., Dlpa iBroMntrvi

I'.' tr ed Ha h tt moral Influ- r.
i.
' Ik
would eaeri i mban
of tha li p Quild of
All preaanl agn ed to become the
tirst membt n of the loo ind
if the Guild During the Bmlthi
Rev. Arrnstrong, Mi Sprlngei Mi
1 t'xonal
experience- and report* from ,-,
itlonal
and ul oui late Chief Lord
Beden-Pon i ii
TIm- reunJ
( -Hack to
Qlfwell I
\ ant to Tan
the camp chit f John Thi.io
from the tiii" ado
i king
year.
i .'..tuition- and In othai
DUflieroti
MK. (IM)KKS nxvr.lK Ml 1
\RTIr; HHAW. clarinet-playing l.\^i.r,K .^. i
M Icr. is off to Loiul. MKIItRBKRT IIIHIVtR. UM
to makr records The ex-husNind former l*resldent. called on the
of t.vc beautiful women (Lena 's. to-day to return to the Ten
Turner and Ava Gnrdner amoiu; Commandments and the Sermon
ihemi. he travels alone, except on the Mount. 'Let thaea be
for his memories. On the voyag
he must cut his new book fror
700 to 500 pages. Its title "Th
No Higher \\ ap's
lf>r i .li.llrlll.il ill
Bununu W orkrrs
GUATEMALA CITY
MOta than 15.000 WOI
rectlj or Indirectly cngagad In thi
C>uatemalan banana industry fat-
the alteriutiv. ol accepting i
''ficuing" of present wages or un-
employment, Thiseiu..'i
from an announcement by thi
demonati i -operatic
Witt, i-
MAY MALI.
r^raafdant,
I
Hud Kouif MuniMi -
Csnte Ai'ticiVi.ia
Trouble With Cimlcrellii
r ,7 j , / rroin an announcement bv tii-
used as the guiding principles of c.^^..^, Aaricola dc Ouatemala.
n in hiuh office, he said.
The nation > In the gup
+

THICK
IU r MtillTMNG (truck a hOUM at
let ulll,h. MinnaeoU, and burnen waBJ
in si it down. Tbaj o-mut *,r*d her
m jt daughter went to stay wit
h'i n relatives ue.nl>\. Five minute
tm later ughtnln| rtruok the roof,
t
itatiactual dtarkaaana m pu i
life which can destroy it. An, cel gtaeaat danger U In the pub-
lic tolerance Of scandalotis be-
haviour and dU'i'.noiii In
Hon.*

FIKST H)K TWO
t'Ott J3 VEAR8 Katharine
ui'inn- llanlan erondeced what -kn- "mi!
do if .. nold-up man came to hat
II w bank window. Recently she fouiui
> E out
hik. "Don't i alarmed. This \B
s \m i* i Htick-up. Hand over row
j.an ai
SJ.IIBS3 K.lii.nno aUd 10 the tloor. She
whispered a hoarse ansTnil
I Ml I I.-ii I I .i Kim r > .,
Korea are far stronger Hum be- omv us wttuUl .,,.
-and uravmnlora
lv reduce the country's dollar In-
roo in.
i i turning across
n cornrng traffic, the Commls-
-loner of POlll B Colonel H. V
old ti,.- Adverate yes-
rday.
Ha said that lti tl,e junction of
Plnji Cullodan ii".....
Rock and Mi.-hop's Court
ould raise protiuctlon costs mak- Mill it Dti have to for
ii.i. the bai " of these
i omle, the cornpi i i -.used by
r. would be forced to li dee turning
country i( the wage demanda ere Iraflk
i V/lthdrawal of tin i
ited Pruit sut>sidtar%. to Uh
Hanana Workers' Union that ll
can grant no further wage in-
.
Kx|il..ijiiiig ih.tt aucfa
struggle with
President Truman i
Comniuni"!'.
n.I n
n WILLIAMS
Audtlui.
nth
anothai
cashier, who
ANN \ OVEBBOABD
rill. I.INFK I'icsUleiil Tail.
out from San Ftanelieo. MHindco
the "man overboard" slg"-1
weal I lifeboat and picketl up t
Ann. guide dog 10 I i-lind chOOl- i
laaonar. Anna, frlghtanad by a J
noise, had leaped over t:
board rail. "
MORE B.W.I. OIL
FOR S. AFRICA
DURBAN Sept
The increase in tanker cargoe*
i Durban from tlv
rt suit of the Persian oil dispute
s been emphasised by the ai-
i'ul of two tankers on the sanie
iy. carrying nearly 20.000 tons of
MinnB.C.I*.

cer conun i Lowai Coflyrnora
Ighi into
i uUoden Raa >. failed to wait be-
[ore turnlrtg. ,n<1 corning do C >url Hii>
m,I pio.tx-.iinK tO l/*1-"
afe t.. puss. In
I ... ,..,,
vehicle arid Iherebj caused at>
Id
The Cornrnii i lo i aid thai
i i ..lent- were cuuacd
i.\ bad driving and bad manners
The Police are npaalfng to al1
ittantJan la
ihti in qaanl i bum M ...i-uients.'
GIA^fT OCTOPUS
TOULON.
i gdn of thi i>otl wi
......... *.i begun lot
Ujpu liven refuaed :<
k \i rdaj fter spotting or |
isuallj large -p-1 imen.
RHEUMATISM!
ARTHRITIS!
Their terrible pain is often needless.
DOLCIN. n neiv t\i><- of Ireabaenl hnnga prompt r.li. I Irom pain-i
due to Kvmptoma of tbaaa draad .liB*aw Hut n.or. DOLCIN
iilw. has phyakdoadoa! action, paiuularly on metabolic prtici*M.t-a
which an ' "> unportaal tad i in the rfaaucaatic ntnte. Thi- is
dm- to the coordlnatod action ol new .onibmation of aalaatifle,
quick-acting ingrada ata
milt IN I,.- Ih-.ii I.--I.-.I ihoroughly in hospitals and clinics. It i*
being pr<- nU-il b) doctora mxi li has relieved the anguish of many
of >our fellow sufferer* with long landing eases ol i..int -tirfneaa and
eltrenie pom SO, yOU 000, 11- 00801 >il !-. DOLCIN, IBO sooner
\tiur condition m.iv be empio\.-d
' Yet DOLCIN coeta very lull. Get it today- 100 prectous tablets
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(BARBADOS)
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Ut good anou|h for you ALTRA Ce- "V
Ltrr O.I contains 108.000 lW Ur.it. ol L 1 V V.u.....lAandlOQOOi UnmofViu- '^ roteitCU
mm D per ounce Compare this vnami lt'enjlh aflrh that of inr ether tot Iher Oil and you'll Me ALTBA f... COD LIVER OIL
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la H-dllcs of 100 Capsulea 5/-
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Ifyou want ioget QUICK RELIEF
Irom PAIS, and alto to enjoy the
benefits of Vitamin B, you
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touc Vitamin B,. Don't wail
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- free from Dandruff
-fullofVitalitv
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benefit ihc JouN, (u-ncln-----: B
pad luting hair health. PbUoa ihc lc; ;i\c yOUl '
nuniv
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2
irld who know dui Brylcreem keep* them right on
: boei UaKroui Brefenam nukes four bailraatrou
and Thwl-aThaTine I Sec li" j Biytcrcetn matsagc
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Cat this double benefit
Brylcreem yomhair
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CORRUGATED
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at
34fc per,t
YOU'D BETTER HURRY
If You Want lo be in on This
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(Corner of Broad & Tudor Streels)


-I ALU -II-TrMRPR Hi. 131
I'M.I lllll.ll I V
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
'
>.v-/ Miss in ihim. nils:.'
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY

fTI NP hi WAS NO P1ACB TO J

wvrS'-E X:a\- ea-
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BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG


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BY FRANK ROBBINS
tfAO IN* cor i*we
MAT!? * - .. VCABIV OH A
COOP 100* A1 Tul O-iEF OF
TIM cw.. PMiABiVA
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RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
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THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Pkgs JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS .49 .IO Jars PEANUT BUTTER .58 M
Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES u b^ 33 :i I Pkgs. GRAPE NUTS .39 .: i
Pkgs. MIXED FRUIT 48 .V2 Cakes IVORY SOAP .27 M
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street

Enjoy your
motoring
fo the
It can be even more enjoyable when you fill up with
REGENT
Branded Petrolthe petrol with outstanding performance
SHELL LEASEHOLDS DISTRIBUTING CO. LIMITED
PETROLEUM MARKETING CO. (WEST INDIES) LTD
Bretton Hall. 16 Victoria Avenue. Port or Spain
"Distributors
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.
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r \c.r. rm-BTEEN
-IM>U MUOCATF.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1931
CLASSIFIED ADS. n"^..!^
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THANKS
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daughter..


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Mn Fag pour
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DM1 NfJ 14 SI In
per agate te ' *s**k-d*in
ind 13 c* per oudie ua* u J->*',i.
-MW Choro* tl to M vaeds,I
d nix* idHni.
RKAL ESTATh
.1 r,.inc lit
IKIMIHD
i HA* (.1 HT ROISg
B l.-thui.t Hroa. 47 Park Btieel
> n gpala. Tri-aSad
CBntre nl Mar Town
-al-KAY I'AINTlNtl mFaciAlimt **e
Sugar**!>e Motor Comamn, M Boabuck
Sf-.**t Dial 4I ApprosMmat* rate*
U h p can ITS
II h p ear* MO ur*i
U

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Mtalnaaa charge trees* 71 real
M rest* **"d*ue 34 (coeds o
.. .-.' n u-.-J u .. ..
WdH on Sunday.
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Two
. Duds'
Stun*
i Dfl auki.i
ertlng' No Rail
K. s .
iN ST
K .HI Two StorMd
Vi Pttm-t Residence. Con-
re*. IK KUJON ST A J Bad-
Corteg* With I,aw, IX TUDO* ST A I*rg* Bto.,* B..HI
'
l-i*i,ila** a. Kasl-
Ml I
aal Canvaawavaa, *A*ut SUM
Su. ll XRAR CODWNGTOa.
A 1 B^.m P.HlY Stane BulH
ii,
ai;tumotiyl
*M intended the IU1
ln iHm

i>i:iiso.\ai.
ENA L'LO
ICH> aa I 4>
not k an>on* r* roaarartg any debt M
v miw unlea. uy a wrltWt
order a.gnad b> ma.
W11J.IAM i- FOROB,
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SI Mutiecl
IS Ml t"
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
MnuvnoENi ov nrocAWW
\ ..I .HI II III III!
Urmfnur* Teaching Service
Applications at* invited Irom
nth at least
,; axptrMmc* foi
..i BM lotto win.
Ota:-* i.
v llOOl
st. Thoaiaat' Olrla1 School
minimum pi I
... Hm i'h
\ Of UM 1' ,
exemption UMrolroBk
will be in
With U.i ataWO
! pDaWri in Grade I Ele-
.IH>1.
.i.u Uvi alnadj
tormi
.- vacandM innw
.;i> ftppty by lettc
d 1 ) ; rfcem teallanoiual
AH oUrfT inndldalrs -huuld mak*
on "i> the i]
form whirh ni.iy ba) ohtamcd fror
Um DaVafCownl "f H-Uicallon All
ppllrBtlonr. must b- i-nclowd In
' %p|ii>llllmrt1l>
Board' Hi U i lop Itfl '
imd muK reach the Department
o1 Rlucatlon by Saturday. 22nd
September. 1951 (Mndulalat are
warned thai rativ.vdiu ma> H-ad
la Ihr-tr di'iiu.iUli. atton
I :'mboT. 1951.
r-.ilaa- t
Cckilax
ELECTRICAL
Or.* au liana uc anallow "fait
..- BIS 00 Dial
RADIO Zenith Trana-Ocaanle Portabla
;dlo iiaw, Pbona aaTi
it 13d
->.. 4.0M >q (t <.... aaaaj ..i
, %M >i,.-i Iravlnc ialai>d AT
BJUOMTOM Sautoa. Alniort N*w 1
Daa^n* about I20UD -q ft. about

both Srt in oil Main Hoada. wa Baa
I about paj ft and abaul 11 MS
| OBI rlu. ll Ik* mhn h about
AT rllACK MOCK. A.
Propanr iti. or aiUwm ihr imn .
[01*1 1 Arrt BY CODmrfOTON MUi
A :
;,.t all Arablai. <;<..* It Udrr (I aaa
.
. -1.-1. t'ndri RtJB
Bui 11 AT LOWH BA\
A Wtaild. S Badrouii Sun* Built Ona
I
1 "* Caa Uu> it I
/T THr UAMH1SON. A SaclUalva 1 Had>
Mona Bum iitniaalou A-l Condi-
AT MARTlNii* MAIN ROAD. C
Thav and Ba Wiat. Tvo Kdidaiirra
Othei l--r.lv BUkM Bull! In A-l Condl-
uaaii. k.ah ."id urat lioa 00 p m and
Oi.lv ClaaD CBB Biv Thaw AT NAVV
(.AK1H.VS C Thi- and i;r..p It lot
ClIOB-Almoal Nta 1 BaaV
00m ipoaalblr 1 o* 4 Stona Built bun-
tfiaaj. Orchard and
. Ban, about 11.40. i 11 PuUl
r. (loaad alto Siaaw AT CATTLA.WAAH
B~THHA^ A Baia Chanca for Ui.aVr
n.ano A runawbad .1 draaai Ona-
1 1 'aaditiuo. all
varlanea*. tlavatad about I Arra
iii- Contarl Ma far ._
A, MM. t in Raal EaUta "II I Can'l
--Who Will-' Call at "OUvb Bauch,
14 Sila
5 AQIATII CLUB
CINEMA 1
CUFTON TT.hltAi*R-Tu *i appi-vaa *
tahad Hauaa. Uppar Bay -
BY BUB onit VatM and Aquatic Cluln
1'iaT A BUN0A1.0W Uodar'
iH-*d tlat ad Bunaabiw at
anf-. Wurtbia* With Pndaa.
aarl Lfewa Ta ,
. Ainu. Lanblaj.
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mi apM la
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MECIIAMCAI.
\HplT bv latti
I) H-i. Hia> 1
it* S Ballon t-i
Baaina. cmdit"-.
diaailnl and dlnliil rooma. verandah
Ulad bath, kltrhan and anvmu rooan
il..rj(ir, M-if conUi.ird of inodain dp>ifi.
1 am. m 1 si oi
OH BA1X aa a gobag eoncem amall
do- ood bUBUiaaj ,,. in- Clt Iir-awdiata
roaaaaaion l*oc partirulari. wilt* iBtar*'
,,1 ra.* of Advocate Ad.r.tiamB Draart-
mint l !-*
LAND
Hock Id
Trad Cam.
. Arraa of L**d al BlaaR
a, Bt Lawrroc*
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Canadian National Steamships
Can t'Kt'iRU
LADV Bui
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LADV NEIAON
l*lml Ul.l.i It-.tia a.ib*a..
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MiaiMB.il m.
Iratasi
Baabaa aillaa Hi.lml
n t*-,.! 7. BaaR a Oct
7 Oat H Ort 1 Novr
Tfeaj M.V.'CANAfHAN CKIJ1 8ER" 1* expected lo arrive here
bbi it the 24th SeptfintM.T, .iceep ling caritu iOf St. John. Halifax.
Ch .rlotte Town. C)uAe- and \L.nirtal
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.A-ento.
VtatJ all
ir.iahod 1
uxtefii Mni'iiKiii'i R*nl*d
niOimkaiMM. on long toaaa
1 Appi* Ratpl fr
1 1 .. Mfi
wan rm
CBD SPHKT
M \KIJ
lil Pacbarr.
13 'i ii ta
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M: Of lll-
Baaalni
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mum:eij-.vnloiis
l*r.li IS'.ifM -- ...taina
>l*n unit 1 ci Dinii'iT HrHiini. Ofli.a 4 LarBT Badrooii
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ajtiai
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BBBi BHan 1.in,
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uolnina H0v.1i Yacht Club
J 9 9 t t 11
(iovcrnm.-'iil Flour Factory
:il I-am iislcr
"
Goremment Flour Factory at
t October
1051, tor the 1 urpoM '
..soava ro<*B. The
ruoU will be purrhaBPri at the
nta ! i W pei 100 lb. dtaUMoa
lit tin- Ei
2 Any peraott intendinR to de-
llvti cuaiava rooti to '|"" rauvivy
li irqucsttvi to notlty tin- nircc-
tor nf Igrlcultui*. In wriUnj not
! j
wetfiit i>( rooti he vxpecta to ao-
Ihrei
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IMillM 11
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OPTICAL NOIKF
UM Canaial Public that my OfJf*
1 lo**d loi Vacation Iront
..... BM ba ra-
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BbTTOMS Naw Pretty Draaa B,.ii,,,
A (In* a..
..,. irw-llrd bullvna from 24c 4Br

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UAM.SRINAS
1..1 and Man m Ladi*a Bur Pair
r-.d.i> at 11 up Th.ml liroa D1-1
... IB B tl-ln
CX>AT: One Lady'a Pur Coat. aar*l-
ml Baraam Aliply to Taiaa* Baauly
Btnaf
11 t >1 -tin
BB1CO- WhoMimlk Powdar maaW In
(mad PrHlan Cnwa Ii now availabl*
a* lollowi 5 lb. tint 11 B4 54 each
MM) lib MM B (I IN) Mch If 1111
..ln-ii'jl.l* M your tiocar you may
contact TTi* Uaibadoa Co-Oprrativ*
Cotton Pactory. Ltd Loral A*nt.
111 I
AMI. an.*, o. raatn*
POHMAMINT TAhlCrs Hau......mil
c rnroal. Toiiafiitla etc KNIOMTS Ud
14 B 51 -Jn
- v, BRH I M>d p..-t,. . .,.
AiiiomaUc conirul Ov*n 1 biunar.
-ill Toait*>, li .portion li.vll.d Run
t* ia 51 Bn
Trl*plion*.
.til*, and Poultry ''i
Oftrra in wilting
i' tha uud*ma>i*d >.|
KH. Inat, at 4 p n>
,,.1 bfnd Itatlf to arr*
h.ipactton BBS dav on apphcatWn on
In- ptrmiaaa
t'-r furthai Batticulara and loofliuam
f aalr. upplv to
COTTIJ: CATTonD A CX. .
No. 11. Utah Btraat,
BrMfMtDWa.
11* si Pat
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Haa *>
BMBl
t on I of an
in. Ba .1 \-i
riaM
era. along B-nk Hall
any ..lh*. m.,.11 pr^P-
All prlt*d raaannabta
a data to impact raal
KHOW ItEALTY &
nKNCY Marhill Blrral
It BAIin
!'.*pl*mb*i ItM ..I 1 p in
That daalrabl* two itoiUd fraahold
dv.ollinihouar known aa "Cullodan
VMm .IU...t* nt tl- junction of Cut-
lOdgf and lliilk.illt Koads -1II1 the
Bad thrrato containing 10.MB aquan
(* t Tha houa* contalr rloaad aitd
daha, bath anu iniun down
l-in and upitain four b*dioom ion*
Two
all built of .tone In 1
11 dav Picrpt 4niida>
.,11, th* owner Mr
I bon* JXB> or 433Ti
1 111 -nd 4 1
on appoint!
W OARKE ft C. .

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INDIAN SANDAL*! Ladlaa. W BBM
laat rataivad a amall iblpinanl of >"*
IBM lovrly Laathai landaU, Uit|-''^
kafU'i for tour rrquiramanta In Panc>
IB t 51--In
(JALVANUBBD SHI3CTS . T. B, an
II" cannot b* braMn. atiajuU
-lo T>ra Co Phona BM
I t 51 III
LUNCH KITS For School
I plrt*. i->i!if.>ttit.lv i-.hi*
*t>dl*. containing 1 pu Vbcui
r room toi aandaul
> MM rtNB with undiliii
Ttia undaralfntd will offar for aal* M
,l.|i, ..i..iprtiti.i at that. OflicB. No I"
su.ri. llHiUjvtown. on Fitday. th'
. -..-mbar If*I. at J JO p m
Tlw il-*liiigh ; vnn *,th th*
*.-, -n.i.,,t I*. 1
1 1 itch
Inspection brlarrn th*
nil |i in on appluratHni to thi
i .
11
of 4 p
n* t*iu
Sal*.
1, 1 II -,
odarn Pica
IS III ai
MANl'HZ Horn* Manur* for gardana
-gat .nillmga |t/-i Urga can load.
BJ alal C A Proverbs
14 SI In
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Dr AlUcti.ifl Tbaar cuaklona aii b*
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r arpai.italy at
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will ..ff*r lor aaia
at thalr Offtc*. No I
rlown. on Friday. II
bar, IMl. al 1 pin
roods n j'i:iit'n*:s
pla.
flalnt Lint
Oardr
logrthri with tha moMuaga or dw*llin#
[Aim* Ihpipon known a* "BENTllAMs
1 -I iii,- outbuilding* Iharato
Th* duriLing-houaa ronUlna Opti
frandnh. iloaad Varandah, Drawliu,
id Dlmug Rooma. 4 Badrooini. Kilchr
nd Panto
Tin- liauv n wlivd for Elactttclt*
i.
hi- CoanpiuK wll
F .lillll,
1 any day rarrpl
r houra of 3 p m. am
, gajk
com.
paw
dttk -
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iiniiiidriii liiniIi|iiiNii-
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bl n.r USA Torch Ughti
1 I 1 call and 3 call Ughla Mr 1
1 Itrur* Wfnthrrhrad Ltd
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AMMIIIVNI'
toothpaste box la K. R.
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end In any num-
but each entry
must be acenmpamod bv bq
AMMIIil S I
BBttrkB will (>' jn
their ability to dMcrlbe the
I qualities of AM-
MIDrM The ^
Lnolnf entries and
the names of winner* will
had in the local
ends IVvcmbtr. 1951.
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> irml.lvl..* g| lh* 1'tr
...__ Uaaconi iiluut*
II in I srRATHci.vnr s- Haieaei Th*
---------- r. ... ptaMa BR la.TTB aquare faal of
Flans* [1 i d. Jiid romprtara Cloard gallan
u fit j d-avlng and dining rooms, kltchan ftp
r aacli Uown-taiia. and 4 badroomi. and baUi-
| ror-m. upitalri Oarag* and BrVBBl'l
rooms in yard EJactriclIv. gaa and
C..v*-..m*ni Watar IIIPBllBe.
B*aniclllin an? day. *xc*pl Suiulay.
with Mn Maynard
Aiida.. Dtai ana.
MISCFJ.LANEOl'S

V% in It MIIKIS
NOTKK
r\Ri->ii tiwm lh* I'll., i.. ~ri
------ tha oaBca ul in
Tir-aui*r will b. opanag .
BBtjgggM
i-iir. in.,
Saurdavi
I 1J
K-iiai
B J . n
B IItk
(I.I.KKS' IMON
aaaaa in English. Ailli.i>*l,
. iiah undar tha AuipH-a* .
Barbadot Evening Inatltutr fm
I I ha Union, will b* raaumrd
AT Itll, .t Y M C A
Tha. Conimltt** bopn thai
will tak* furth*r advantaar
u,ban
pall
i.ii
lunvnowi
rilt PARKV S( Mi m ii
Th* Parry School > gBBfal oi, Mui~u
. U a m
J i rami.
ii. .m Bata i
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Acid
Stomach?
I\MM. afHO\I>ABt ot Itiml
spry arntEIT
Maul T*rm bvgm. on Tiiaadav l*th'
Mambar IBM at It a m
A McD
Haodmaii
ItAKItADOS ACADEMY
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ALEXANDRA it in.ni
Saelihthtuwn. Barhadas. B.W.I.
achiml
I cl
......iiaaa. who .Iran
,. Drgiw ul a B.1U.-I I ,,i
TBBehot a DipkMaa ar Cartaftcata. will b*
i Mnota bar almW Urn* to
the M-houJ and faromota .",1-ol-cUaa
-cUi.tl*. Tha latnry nlTrrvd la ep>
par annum, a par cam of which
lani for in* parttatr) fu.
niahi-il laaldanaa In tha uhoul ground'
which , pi..iidvd far tiiv uaa of tba
llaadtuntn-u. Tha llnaiim.
n Ct'ii Saivaol, but aarvira la pinilOBBBfg
undar ina Taachara' Panatoii Art. No
iontiibi.iM.n* are payalM*. but tha m.ni
mum qualitvWat parted la Ian yaan S*r
vie* at Alaagaalra School la eauabrd a.
| inaVr lh* English Tcacbri."
-u(- '.......L.tum AH
1 Paoaga aapansaa to rWI.-ln*. not *-
ajgd n ik. will ba paid against
apii, prlal* vt>urhar> A I. ~'
...... * arantad a*,-.- five vaara aa
q ...t. but up lo t'i- prearnt no paa-
laava
Applliam i if, m.ii d
living th* foil,mil. particulars:
1 Dglr and pirn of blith,
:- Schoab ami Lnvrnitv atlandad.
' Daiit *iv.iig ublaiti and rlaaa
BBUIagaJ
t Po-t-graduat* Trahir' DfajlBBag or Caitiflrat*
ll can b* r> unplaaunt whatn bkcbm
ttomteh acid doct not narmii you IO
frtjoy a maal without tuffftrmg dn-
C0"ifort but luckily t'.r.t it 4 taf*
rm*dy that brmft fftiicft rahaf i
- BISMAG (Bituratcd Muntiui. It
nautraliin tha aacau acid and
nablat you to dirttit without luffar-
inr ttomach pam, hei'tburn or
fhl.lanea. BISMAG' ii wall-known
throu|hout the world, and has for
many yean proved a reliable help to
iuHerBM Irom ascm nomac" acid.
Get i bottla today.
YOU
NEED!
BISMAG
with data*
'Bl fat.ait ami fowia.
MAGNESIA
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BOARDING
I.I ,M
Be
I ullt.lM.
NOTICE
ARIHH III I HB14I llllk.M
'PI ICATI'INS will i* ,. .
ofHc* up to a UU p m on Monday.
BM poat of
t liri.t CMirrh at a mlao of W 00
fJtll)
...I.
ill not ba raturnpd,
Hi.
rceasful

particulars 04
g and ii.- peg
if rrq.ilird to
uvd to

i lun
WOOD ijniipAitn
Clark. Comnusaloncis of Hi
I!
lit I
Teaching *ip*ri*ai*
and poalUon. hakt
i War Sarvie* 'ii anv
Participation In nut of-class aetlvl-
flaa
I Oamaa rrtnrd
Adminiii'.tii* npailonca iM any
Madital tMlifiral* ..I blnaas
Coplaa ,f tine* r.-<*,.i caUmonial*.
MES for CTTY C1JJIKS
ibla Tarma. At Boi-U-Urba
Crump ton Straat. Canlrally loratad
I Harrison College Apply
TriaiW'ooa 4334
B.f SIn
. ,-i |
and
i Certificate
.ef.-
Th* statement togeher wl
il n.th ihould ba nltaihad to a covering!
atBar of apfiltraimn
<*e.i!"lat*. living in th* Unil.d Kina-
ahoiild arm
. ukn^tara, Th* Wag) India I
lea, 40.Norfolk *ltr*vi. Iindtm. W C 3 to
indlda'e. living in thr Can.bean ana
ihould sand ihHr apnlication to th*
At.v.tidi.. BelWMl,
i tl I' I
i br it-i Octobar. last
lei i......I FIHMIIIIE
Make your llnme and
hi1 more allracUe!
Hvdatradi. Bad. ClBataBB.
Spring.. BfdaatlH IJitha. Ward-
.iilm. Ilurraua. lanen Piaes*S.
Wsahafands, Nightrhaln. Bateii-
lon and other Dining, Kltrhan A
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i Kitchen ft Bedroom
NOTICE
la hereby glvrei thul it
Comtnlsaiun*!!
of tha respactn* pjmhr.
Jiiaaph and Sain'
liiti.-lu.ed toft) th* I.eguL,!,

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annum, and th* liavrlling allowan-
payable to th* aald raapertlvr In-
Van tor. of Hi.hw.i-
-,,-e.iling 100 par
reasaa to take fgrBel eg (nun th* I
l.> of April. !.
DATED lh* IStli day W Srpt Itll
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WE ARE BUYERS
W. BO ii i tiling connected With
LDXOI CLEAR GUMS VARNISH
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WITH f'.AS !\ THfe
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CALADIla SHOW
WlllTCnALL,, 8T PETF.B
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From Baturday, Septembor 8th
to Beptetobar 30tt Inclusive
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Dial 3306. LUMBER & HARDWARE Bay Straat
gaasajai sbbm
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
BLA0ON
ca.
lis. Ill
FOR SALE
roi.di.b-b mn -r si
James. An Estate Houa* built of
ton* with pu,* floor, and hingla
roof 3 rrcaption. 5 bedrooms.
Miiniin.i etc also garage and
ui'jal ojtbuiklinss. Tha houa*
land* on appro* 4 acre* of wall
limbered land imahoganyi gp~
i.i'i.i-hid by a long driveway
tanked with ck,e*lv planted ma-
liogany traas Th* mil aland )ng
atliaction of Holder . Is th*
very lovely all* which haa lh*
ailvantag* of being wall elevated
4 u ctKil, with fin* views on all
-d*. Coaat Is leas Ulan a mil*
saai and town miles
lix KHHII fgOI'HE", nrrltona
C'maa Hd Fin* rismplr of a pre.
wai 2 -lu.i-i Maibadisn horn*
pervadiiur an stinospher* of **!-
low aolldity *nchanc*d by tha
-(Hd World" garden in which it
standa Tha coveted porch at th*
from of tha house i. but on* of
if pleasant featurea about Lock-
erbie and on mining the lounge
riablk
i..l,.-
Thr s*p
Is usually appreciated and also
the amall study and long wide
vrrandaha A property well worth
house
cxlrd .
Prosperl. Bl.
3 .lorry a ton*
conuructhon to-
hlMMULTON-. tnd A.-,:,...
lev HI* A v*
1 I. H lag* n good position
MM H
k is with much regret i
thai the Manafcmcnt ,
announces that aftfar
Thursday. Srptemher
27th
the Club's Cinema will
be CLOSED. Due to the
small attendance uf
Members, for quite some
time, the Management
has been reluctantly
forced to make this
i decision.
Owing to the large
number of Cinemas now
operating in the Island it
is not possible for the
Club always to show
New Films as formerly;
and, as most of the Mem-
bers wish to see Pictures
at their first showing,
there is not sufficient
patronage to keep the N
Club's Cinema running. %
10.0.51.-1 wk.
' *-v>We**v**-****v*-a
III v(.ALOW St JameaCoaM
< I i.irming ly a I t u a I d seaside
him.*, well clcv.ited abov* aa*
level with over v, an Bar* al wall
laid out print* gardens containing
lawns at front and roar, many
varieties fli.i-rri.ig shrubs and
i.*e*. Privet* bathing rove with
good safe bathing Thar* la an
I ali.ped roofed veranoara loung*.
dining toora. 4 tx-drooim. garug*
and aaivanl quartrrs Oaad in
where tiiai tip* of property always
retains a good capital and rental
value
i urn miihi ptna Mill
Modern Buns.low aaaiatrisrlad to
1MB with II" "ton* walls and
heavy asbaetoa i>f Thar* la a
large 1. shaped living rooan. 3
ii. .aa* baaMagai. with bulM-m
ua.aSobes. Kitchen, panlri. a*r-
vanfs kltchan, bathroom With
tub and show**, oolar healing
iialallatlon. garag* and 3 srr-
vanta rooms Th* grounds of
about Vj an net* ar* heavily
tmoded with mahogany and Flam*
' trees and th* lawn* and
atone flagged Icirace ar* baa*.
eluded waltod garden Artractive
lOSaaBaM cloa* lo town.
oinvinMOBE." Cultodan Rd
A .p-rl.ii. 3-ator*y atone houa*
built to bun with tha typa of
material rarely aawn to-day Ac-
.uiion ..miprlsaa enclosed
galtorssa, 3) leceptiun. dlnang loom.
5 bedroom . kiichan, pantti.
ataeasraoma. gaiag* ate WaU re-
i uiiimrndrd at tha graaili reduced
pn HI II DINO LAN* St Jamas
Cuaal An tssHasually atlraatlva
pk.t of land apposMi l*b act**
odioining "MlraanAr.'* St. J aaaaa
Available ta approved buyer
other building section! from a ',
IO over 4 *ores aim lor sal* on
raB MBfl
toiMRv mil si: St John
A pli.,.-..l 1 atorav property,
ton* built with ahinglrd roof.
t I v irdrcoiated leceiilly.
-idatlmi comprlaea 1 living
rooma. S bediooma, kitchen, pan-
Vid* lawn, numer-
nd good vegetable
, .--itt. -nended nt
i *le.
l I qi.-l.-d
"WINDT WILLOWB'Proswact,
St .t.ui,*a UnfumUh*d house on
coast, with 3 badroomi. lounge,
verandah, overlooking a*a ale.
Immedlat* posaasaian
BKBMOND". Marine Gaidans.
A lolidly cor.atiMcled 2-alorrr
Ion* houae with waUaba hlnglrd
roof and pine flooring; well placed
on corner nt*. Pleasant lawn,
Sower bed-, kitchen garden and
large yard Artonunodatlon rons-
prlies 3 loungaa. dining room,
breakfsat room. Urge kltchan. I
virandahs. B bedroom a 3 baths,
and toilet*. 3 gaiagea and ser-
vanti quarters Very ruttablr foi
eonvsirsion into Sals or boarding
houae.
land with ISO feel of era
frontage Firat rlass sandy beach
and good aafe bathing Th* houa*
haa 3 large living room.. 4 bad-
roomi on the upper rl.ior with
similar .n ..minodniion BB
ground Boor In our sgaaUal
BUS pinpertv would b* rmlnaBily
a,,,table for cm version Into a
Oneat House Low figure required.
'ILL CREPT". Bathiheha.
Substantially built modern stone
bungalow on th* brow of the
iliffa affording Una view of Bus
ii-Hv eosaM line Thar* ar*
thr** good Dedrooma. living room,
2-aided sailery. kltchan. arrvant's
quarter* and garage Elect.Icily
aod water ar* laid on Tha land M
nvsr arr*. and there ar* about
50 roeonul Ires- Am lnler**Mng
propoaliton at tha low llgur* asked
-----......- and
Pi v Hoad Good reaidentlal area
near ichoola and town. Th* ho use
i v.-*i>ti.,ii. dining room.
long gallery oveilooking lawn, j
sralrooeno and ail mafn services
Tl. .a propaitt orfared at a nasal
rea...nable figure to eBeet an ilf
I ItBINO UMB Rorkht>--We
ar* inatructed to odar a mast
aitrae-tlv* building Bat M a
erluded PMltlon bsMnded by
Con Link* and having .Unset
aagagaj iharato
RKAL EHTATE AQKNTS
ADCTIONEERS and
SIKVEVOKO
I-LANTATIONS RCLLDIMG
WWVAW/rV/////A*rV>V;
NOTICE
lo the
PARISHIONERS
of
ST. MICHAEL
The Vaatry of St.
Michael will appreciate
it if all owners uf Trees,
which are over-hanging
Highways, and so shad-
ing the rays of Street
Lamps, will co-operate
by either trimming these
trees themselves, or by
giving the necessary par-
mission for them to be
trimmed, so that the full
benefit of the light can be
obtained.
E. C. REDMAN, I
Clerk, St Michael's
Veatry.
FURNITURE
AUCTION
"AIRY HUX"
Si- Geoofe
MAt t
AT II
, IBTM MPTBegsJtB
W
favoured with Inatrur-
n. from Mrs. C S La* to
pnae of th* vary r.na eoJawtioii
Mahoganv and other Furniture
luted below A day lor the
nnoaaaeur. Viewing alUrnoon
sal* 3 to 4 p.m. and
ing of t
, B I
______. T*n Saloon Mile-
age B.00O, 4 Hew Tyre* Brake*
t*lln*d. Faic*ll*nt CondlUon
throughout For Sale between 1
and I i. ...
Kidney Table. Very Fine Oval,
Square. Round and Miniatur* Tip-
Top Tab!**. Square Dining Table
Dining Chairs and 4 Carveva to
natch. Small Serving Table, Chin*
Cabinet*, Sideboard*. Tea Trolhry.
rki-ikshelva*. Uaoor Cablnrt. B
Arm Chates iWteker Seats and
Backai. Beokaaee. Cofr** and Oe-
eaaMMial Tabs** Adjustable Mor-
ns Chair. Brvolving Bookra**. Mat
Stand. Swivel Orlc* Chair.
Liquor Case, Writing Bureau.
rial Topped Writing oess.
-Medium and amall". Double
Ended Settee Butler Tr.vy and
Stand. Dressing Table (Single
mirror i. Dresiing Table lOlaaa
top, Triple Mirror, and Stool).
Wathrtand. Pr Single Bedaleads
with Vono Sprlngi. Bed. id*
Table*. Wardrobe with long
Mirror Inside,. Tallboy. Ad|ust-
able Dressing Table Mirror, 1-atB*
f loth** Horse AU. THt ABOVI
IN -AlH.t.V.V
Iraaorted rpholslered 3 Pleca
Suit* with loos* Cushions ano
Spring Arms. Weatlnghuui* Radlo-
,-!.'-, Human Radio Table. Pr
Wicker Chairs, Leather Arm Chair.
Telephone Table and Stool.
majghtaoiati > Tsble. Bins.I Writ-
ing Dash. Pine Bookcase. Deal
Couch with Dunloptllo Cushion*.
Numsaou* Painted Table* and
Chalra. Stools, Larder*. Ironing
Boards. Ojood Painted Bedroom
and Itatrsroam FurrUtur*. Card
Tsble. Btngle Iron Bedatead and
MaUiaggM. Oltd's Cot and Mat
...... ii.K'.r Sertng PlUad
MstUesa. Stngl* Hall Mattr***.
Baman Drsaslaaj Table "ten
Gallery Furniture Presrosd B*-
frlgeralor. ( 4 eu n *v yrm oM ,
Oaei Iftae Prig assada Atten-
tion,, astoe Magnet Oven
l-i. M
Oil
. and Large Oven Hanging
and Balarar* BrBles, Presaur*
t-ooker. Preserving Pan*. Ml**
Kitchen Uienalli. Osrden Toon
end Biulpment laan M,iw*r .
Uuck*U. Chicken Wire. Length
of Hue* *tc 4 Sarvsnli- CoU.
Child a Triescle Cina Camera
Projeetion Srnun
CASH ON FALL OP (AttMDt
AUCTIONEERS
J.lb.^.U
Art. rv.A
PlaaUliBos Buildlni:


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TIIK MAN WHO ESCAPED
GlAEKWlKYr NOTICES
lT JON IIOt'1
I**-*
a ill wUt pub- atio" In

_ ....._ ----- ... tlublrwn-. books, ac- ,
OlUM !' A-MlUg Ia>i.iIo(| CIITU- i
:ti!h WBHrj latkag
..-.<*toitiw*t-. ut it** a-, M t* emphJli. Ym"
EUubafhan John Gerard, a Jesuit Not v.
a* wk a.. Naal StiaatftUd iblie t..s u-nfM'
ha.aMou- j . Retistaiki- Group- cifli! popular books) "Trcatui*
Vm II Island. Lrttk : ,lMd
Rome m illustration*," she Myi
t.* AngUt from Bov writer Eiu- Uylami iSO
i >!ewts feelingh Ho*
as a country gmtfemua. Hit rnan*. witters un
sub-wjuont aclivitkr* araaChin* with ! -nceptmn of (heir
ronveriinKlanded him In the rhan-ters?"
Tower of London. Bui Gerard Bu: _t a Qui* org-nised by W.
escaped, survived to tell bis stocy. H. Smith and Son all agreed that I
Hit original manuacripl wr% lo# one book was helped bv arutt'f
-vhen Napoleon -acKed Borne Bui iottabaa4on-AUat" Ii Winder- ;
u ITWi century copy of the manu- lend.
ript (in Latin) is in Stony hum # One for U\e toad. Sir Robert [
Collefe Library Prom this. Bruce Lockhart has written b[
Philip Caraman ha* produced a book about whiskv He calls it. I
new translation naturallyScotch. It will be
Mam*, 19. Sers#i issued In October. Sir Robert
. MaiDn's Theatre. London. A anew up ncjr a whisky distillery
new play by Aubrey Danvars- Hat #ramdparents wn dasUUm
Walicer looked set for a run. Btit At the m-tment Sir Ruben is back
Hitler rang the curtain up on war. in the whisky country, busy on
;>nd the curtail) down on the play, another book Hr will call Ml
Heaven and Charing Cross. Now one My Europea subject on |
I r has turned his Which he b> equal)* eiuitlerl to be
lay regarded as nn outstanding
in Camden Town In a hot July MHiorMj
into a mvel. to be published this *V<*r(rf <-r>jv nffhi Resprred.
autumn. L.E.S.
PART ONE ORDERS
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ftsa easaSaf! aad rraa MvaiMns bu( buUda
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IS* Ilatin. J tth-hanla Han.Ston Oot
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Tar aUTkaaK.- l(|Niim'
TAVIOKS SPECIAI BLENOm HIM
(With The Dbtllalfl** ll;i\ is the Hli mi von need for all ocrasiona, Si-e Ihul >i
hu\c ii lull Klippl> on hand at all limes
THE LOCKED PULPIT
NEW YORK.
pARLOCKS. each with a Nazi
TIIK OLD RED HOUSE
RlssIAH Antirei Gromyko at-
rived in America in time to
A the Methodist Church al l^ke nnd lh(. sheriff foreclosing the
Charles, LtHiisiana. murtjiafc on one of his old Ameri-
This Is the protest of me mini*- c.n homes He rented the tenM
tac. ex-poratroopchapliiin WlltUm mansion of J. Pierpont Morjan
Byrd. against what h , hf. wa^ R i;nO delegate. In
sccuium" of the (own* news- ltB 45 nrnni 77 Russians on<^
papers by the district ,::.-r:ie>. Uv(vd C|en cove. Long Island
Grimn ll.-iwkin-. township. Is takin it over for un-
For years professional gamblers ^^ tuxes. It will become n free
infested niBhtcrubs ano UVnu sxhool for local children. The
around Lake Charles .pop. 15..91) taxC5 wn due (rom m(. own.r_
Tlu police winked at their activ- not from Stalin.
Minister Byrd and Kenneth CONTROLLER QUITS
Dixon. manaKinn editor of Lake I IFE for a pi ice-controller in
n- Xj
BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL
TENDERS EOR Sl'PPIJES
Charles American Press. organ-
America is even unhappier
r
91 MID TENDERS will Ik received at the Hospital i.|. I
School
pedals
Mill) !
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ROBERTS & CO.
No. 9 HIGH STREETDIAL 3301
, o'cloek noon on Wednasday. 19th September. ISM. loi uppl>ti:
articles In the following lines for n perii^i of aga. month* from 1st
INI:.
ill FRESH HM4B
(21 ALCOHOL
(3) COFFINS, and proviHing HEARSF foi the burial of the
I .it the Wasjtbun O mM
(O PURE FRESH MILK, between HHI bjm) IM pj
only.
Forms fur the respective tenders will be supplied on ipf
to the Sieictar> of the Genet..1 HOcffjBtl and HodaTI RffU not be
entertained except the> are on forms supplied bj the General Hospital
Persons icnderlnu RMUf suhmii at llw Wme of tetidemiu lertr
ised People's Action, an anti- than of a negotiator of fttmlfrOM ru-o other prrsoiu knouri to posses* psopertv. erj-rrssing 1'icir
gambling -underfround." who-e agreements with Britain's Hoard I ..iilinpriess lo oeeome bound members did not know each other, of Trade. So Eric Johnston, once contract
Terms of contract and anv further particular' may be obtained
\ Peaches
J (..I .v -
> Friill Salad
J fieUllnr
BaenUy, "cells" of three visited at Hollywood. 1* giving up his
gamhling houses for evidence, controls Job on October 24 to re-
dragged in the reluctant police turn to the presidency of the
and got 89 gamblers arrested. Motion Picture Association.
Now Hawkins has laid charges
against Dixon and four other news- NO-HIC TOWN
men. He accUM them of de- IJICCUP victim Jack O'Lcary.
faming him and three admit!ted ** after Iwo racking years, had
lamhlerv a respfte on a trip last
Savi Minister Ilyrd: '"A pad- Phoenix. Arizona. His hiccups
'ocked pulpit follows a persecuted stopped the moment he arrived
*>re** It Dixon is guilty, so am there. When he left, the started'
I." He declared Ihm if the re- again. To-day he went to Phoenix
porters are Jailed he will demand on another trip; the hiccups
that he. too. be prosecuted. tupped as he got off the train.
I application at the General Hospital
14 t 51- 3n
DPI ask for
Cusson
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I Macaroni
\ Jams and Marmsladr
Hot* A Tin,
1 Peniiii KutirrHnu
, < berries
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; Huebuek Street
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Hti'lironk- saner
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Ham Kookeril .
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THE WORLD'S
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Remember Friends
The Grand Dance
given by
Mea-nt. KVKRTON
ST. JOHN Hu- (Conductor)
and CHARLES LVNTON
iButlcri at
iTlner* Alice I'lavlnr Field
on TUESDAY NIGHT
]8th September 1951
I Mu-k by Mr. Percy Green's
Orchestra
siBsrRipnoN ti-
Bar SolidAl) are invited.
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rauar a trim o> tlintun and tnal y<
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do much rood brrtw IM;* not ftIW L
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oil iirai amnuir. and l.'amiv I
tlim* It IuM dara loiic-r Wnlr .!
thai ttr mill* ar raaaplatelT aallalar-
I&H and at lha and at lliM tiin* il tui"
l-i an DM camplrMl rkt of thf lUhlBg,
traralr,-. lawlliid. MlatMlnn lotlura Nua
4>a> n caal nollilaf (Tiidci tlila aual-
am-, all run ha>* lo do ia lu pul Ntaa-
*"" I'* " ' 1 '!" ai..llh#i : in
roBiptrlalr atlaOd In a. maiala
ratlin '- -"." i' - "i '" aatt
all* r-I-ndad fi.( M.aada.-. r.. .......r
UttBUlt Kid*) TIM liWanla* pita MAS j/v. a 6-tu/t*. 4 wmmmm
t^ir.dptiid rttnf for A.C mmni.
From the other *nic ol ihc world nV
mmic o( a < ordMaara *nan
up-arJ, into yitut Iivwmoihp For
ihtrr H always mow in fnt . read%
for Milliard World F^xpkeer with
m amaong a.uracy ol tuning and
reproduction to bring .t to *ibrani.
glowing life. From f'alcuna and
y, from London and Pirn, fr -
SEE
HOW
THEY
RUN"
TO
Empire Theatre
Wednesday 19ih Matinee
Thuradav 20th Friday 21st
Friday 21 %\ Septembei
a' 8.20 p.m. 5 p.m.
BOX OFFICE OPEN
Si'
sV!T*i*ortaaVli^ JP9V IMHWaVV^V//^
fineit orchnira* are waning to plav ^ ____
for you ... on MuUard Rad.e aR A IR
-Milliard
RAD I O MM* A naw rang* of World E*eio'ari
b Muliird Ltd
LASHLEYS
ITT)
Prinre \\ illiam Hrnr> Slreel
Briife"'**". H\RBMM)S
In aal of
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J, fn ^a.uma, nr, Ortob*, 1K|
* a>."0,n 3 PT' I p m
a* TfS many alalli win irulad
* NMua> ,^4 to,, HeuwawjJ,
? c?% "" """^ M *
S Thare mm I- in. Whr
^ FoTtuna and Lawk* Di. w
i Boy. and Glrla ^
I '- I Band wi
$ Admaatar Awah.
| Oioarea M
COME TO THE FAIR
AT HASTINGS ROCKS
On SATI IIIIAY -Mill SI.I'l 1.11311 It
Under the Dia>tinKiii.shctf PatronaRe of His Excellency
the Governor and Lady Savage
THE BARBADOS (HESS CLt'B
AND
firsiseasiodt(;roiP(st.m,chaeL,
i hi .....ii i u.wn ix
KtXMMBMSUM
lions: CHII.DRRN'S FANX'Y DRESS PARADK
\ .liLjilr PhxM Offpred in T firolip*.
AGKS: . Years und Under
S10 Year. Old
Slnlls Refrphmenls, Cakes. Sweets. Housahuld.
Flowers. Books. Elc
Games: Houp-la. Wheel of fortune. Bineo. Etc r.li
TIME: J7 P.M.
ADMISSION : 1 CHILDREN ic NL'RSES fid.
PHONE Itiis
FROM THE
B. I. F.
TO YOU!
LADIES" EVEMM BAGS
made oF Crepe, Satin and Brocade
A HANDY SPECIAL
from the Britiah Induitriri Fair
RIDE A
"HOPPER"
BICYCLE
/* n nut was rorxuiiY i.i.i.
HUM Park l!...l.
V.
I. I Ml 1
20 Broad
.Street.
I.lll.
mP,
HOW IS YOUR CEILING? ROOF?
We have vallboard and Insulating
board in all sizes and grades...
We have corrugated Everlte. ilao
Calvanleed-Iron sheets. Come in!
A.
(P&ifect'
CALLS FOR
A GOOD ROOF
WE OFFER:
COBBUOATID EVBUT1 tBKWTB 5'. '. V ir x 2' T
RVBBIItOn) ROOFTKQ :h,- x t
CORRL'CiATEl) OAIATAMOKD SHEF.TS f/ 7' '. V, 10* x T
and Kpaalal offer of Corrugntcd Gulvaiw't Shells
fl' x "S1 i di,', V> K i>f\
BUY BEFORE THE RAINS COME
I'I\M1IHI\S I.TII.
I
BARNES a CO..
LTD
1 MRS, IIIHiSEWirc!
Why not let us supply you with
your requirements of . .
Al rmwiM sm'i EPAMS \i! |ba
(I NAUBL BAUl >
IRON lAUCBPANa Ail Bb
BUOAR I 0NTAIN1 I I
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I BOWI ,-Plaitic
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ami.*- ifimi- sfli'rliim nl...
| BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD.
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Ttai v
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kipper.*.! by Cap! C H i
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B'dos W in
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IVsl Games
M I. H1-.1
WHAT!
KHAKI SHORTS
to. $4.38
Unbelievable but it's true.
And what is more the
quality is far above this
amazing price
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
... ppei
.
load, Bdi 11,
. few, Tern-
Hamilton at the

Comet iklppai Oeoi | ah in,
Cyclone ixlppared bj Qaorfla
:
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M.iil
PORT-OF-SPAlN, Sept. ound the

played it the Trti I ihe lead
i the Bay
Based hi
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and sea
mea which
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vhleti had
.i few
ind Zephyi Tl
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i d II could clearb
Hand Music
At E$pkuu*de
wai l-nfl n I em that Um wind wai
I h.llf IllUI
The Ti InldJ rjefei
. phlnc GatcllnV ...
,: tht
'
ONCE AQA1N i\
STOt k
STRIPED SHIRTS
WITH -
WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS
BY
AUSTIN mi.o
AT
C.B. RICE & CO.
TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
OF
BOLTON LANE.


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Carl And Oar
In Accident
sppotnt-
.t II -i
: b Archdeacon i
,f the Stall
llailey
;'
[tali n|
r m i36u. owned and
of Chrl
St. P*ie Road, along Dayrel
! They'll EX> It Every Time
I IS last 1
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
11.mi OODUNOTON
i: i.(.in II.......
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\\ind ValacAty I mile. !.-
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ISimiiii'st iigibtj
nt 931?
Theiearchfor Barbados'Bonniest Baby of 1951 is on, and
mothers are invited to enter their babies for Barbados'
Bonniest Baby Contest of 1951. Barbados' Bonniest
Babies are of course Cow & Gate Babies and this com
petition is open to all babies fed on Cow & Gate Milk
Food, the Food of Royal Babiea and the Best Milk
for Babies when Natural Feeding fails.
i:\nutcs fi.osi. ox s#.#*#/i#/. ./. iMf

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9 IT
ro Do it flur : ODT -
MASV O"

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P-ANr,WtL VA -?
toco the patry <- |V.
IV. |imm\ llatlo
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SWKTS SOVET.. I ; CMl rt*v
ELF TALK

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ThBSB SSLP-APfONTEJ
t APfOlvT
MB ELSE XO
CD THE DIRTY *K3R*.~
rill-; .BARBADOS
1 I' hit AEROPLANE
CLUB
: At :
I'MIMHM
BEACH
CLUB
DANCE DWE DRINK
SutlirduN. 27 thtobcr.
1951
from K.:it> p in
i>rc-,% oiUsmI treo
Sapper hM InsM
< to lucky win-
ner F:
I and HM
Uaal ludi
Ntai mum
j a u-n ,., ih> a,,,u,
to Iwwn
l Ba9 Ccntnt. 1*31. *nd ,
. ta Co* Qt* ii.n. and 1
tin. of
^ I Mrr, u. a*a. l, ih, o>ciUn of th. Bpaciai Commit-
VatstM
AdJtM.

G..ardi*n
rill- In tlHK INiKl I'OKM-tTT IT OtT
THE COW & GATE SILVER CHALLENGE BOWL
it * r tti ! <* a Oata tt real ob. * i
araar. << n> h#"? "' aasssi > mi >>)
TOW a a*VM Wltk load. lh "l Mtla fr b.BW h"i
s.tur.i IMaSM iii-. 4 gjasi VMi raad fr f~
ii ataaafN *r. ir.iudi- ii.m.i. d,hih.ri. i>a IgBsass.
c.w a uai* id i. ..t. broiT - a ci in.r pffaaaai
.,,..,,. Ban ,ii di..> ni*. .1. u.it. SataHrii *"<
Hm aasasM staaMaa ! rataaati sasaftaal iu aia ui
liU'l
VA
COW A GATE ?,!iK
J. B LESLIE & CO.. LTD. *>'


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