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I' Ml TWO ••I MDA1 U>VW til 4 * mm '•*•'* Utal 2110 HiM. STtt TRAU. • |l iiPKVI 7"niK>iHoT 11. i ft. f %  > QOODBYE, MY FANCY & KI\IK I Ml III 4 # 4 *' %  *.>. Oil! mi ns MI rnir \ *m LVMD > • • %  a •.:.*•• err mt>i "KIM HKIK\I %  HI IIM KV XK.MI € 411 I % *ni"-'rtr. % %  %  %  >r JAMBA KIHM lownaiton tU/l.l G %  "a?** .lUHVSJR SVNDAl vii i Mill i: is. 1S">I D THE BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS present THE CIRCLE by Somerset Maufham Vovrmbr 27.211. 'JU EMPIRE THEATRE Bookim OHK-asfeassj n Friday. ;jrd m H.IMI .,. m %  Btl B W I A. Bad BilNI #t/k//> Callinq %  i Augustus %  M Sat •. %  ii. %  Who Won Hat. !" %  Dr, Peat and Dr. %  %  due in arr aft by the %  I won !l K -312 .1 Holiday Ends ISS MILDRED BIN %  lush Guiana on A l.A. Mi-. |(.--it Dr I ShiihormiKhK UP had baas I i lovely *e* bathing. I than v J MI ,ilenl in her hoi i Barbadian Geolofist Reciprocal Exhibition M R. ami Mi NVi] iftrlfSTrll A RECIPROCAL Art F % %  /\ '4wren Jamaica Baas of weeks ;IIIO in Canada Haiti i bean*. ,irtnil wiih the i ' A ymtm -..motine cultural and Unf in* h mtyaaoon Bern P MR. IAMB <.RO*"-Mil II Similar Job DLAYGOERS i i* i laaaDfast, *.i>ok hi* BJ E M V I It E lO-Mf 4 IS a. 8.30 *nd C unlinuiDR Hill. PLAZASEXS.trmx! DUE SOON!?! II rowN. Mai *W ///r/u/r///o/v//\ Iher-tnre... Yam < %  art il..Urnl -tit. Ii n| fin wonderful sanpori 11 \i. 1 1 %  ., inaaji today! In row (avorito %  I : Brassieres Iff made oil] iii tin; Unarioa. Than is a )ttatden 7am lui ..*.-. typa •( tigure. ''i.nada nml Joh n EllHneer. LibrarSSI his Mfic -IrKree at Yah! %  Jamaica nnd M %  Jean TuinrrnfCulinn %  i-s the scheme oa Guli Oil Company w n ,h *' lli 1 ';" 1 c Arrangements have been made for a Haitian art ex hi OSH ban Jan 1 lime. %  T.C.A. Departures %  T C A %  Three iJ^..m-n. left I Ml Alan A Site S i >... Chin ;. Miii-nt has grantfee plane 1 to btg .(Win*: a £n Route To France M 4ASSEI, Captain and owner ol the Af.V 1 .ibado %  W \ >.Merday he %  nda AIM Librarian of tinyear, si %  < % %  > tomorrow ami. %  %  roturaanaj t hu a* we know tint, lijrbadiim K*o.olst to work at that V rmfessio Mr. ;md Mf i larles MaeKasMaa i I Dalnev", %  liwilllltlff M Pirillll ,,i the Briuueiown Plaj Somcret her passerupBrs on the same Mawtfua %  v charias tawbOld and Mr. William W. Watir Polo In Granada M R. MICHAEL MA Din %  back the pan %  ilitlle Shaw's comedy will be teen as Prize Winners L UCKY winner* of urizes at BCOpt i thecjj! Bail held. On Honeymoon ;.i tba Pjradle Bae.cn dub *J moon in ii iii"'. Mi O 1-dghlU who wOB 1*0 butH .vhisky and one bottle of n-mly mil rum; Mi C I ler of St. 11 -niiiy m n.w i A ttandini .i con* na Brecdlns Advisory Crnnhlch t(->k place here laei Malthias Gap. who won two bo' Has f rum and one bottle of Mr. !) %  BOUBa I rfll er\'r.nt t KeUman at .. in IBM, Hibj now U lioltle Of WB • Oranada. n %  .:. W..smntwn r. Swarnmi plans to spend twy P %  lua Beach U.N. Organisation \ osa the u.s. yn> iiuniiing via Tnnl%  Mr. and n A. Allans and iheir %  laying al MastOff To U.S. | : tVINQ Mis:. %  H..i unlit Y.lll-! 1 things M \ %  B left. Bock From M LDTf U.K. MANNING. i of Uanb, returnUkins who is a BarSSI here for six is with the UN. Or• I Vm. wart M to meet him. With Royal Bank M i i NG. who ii with I Bank of Canada : i day morning by tdJt i od in* annual %  laying with the :. BeUavUle, %  mber or the TTinldad smtar polo team which couple Of %  >•*>> ui September. Mr. Skinner who la with : c | nrt T.IL:_D.l-t B.W.I.A'1 TranV Deportmenl W)M lalking foint ;.nnual leave. [rK %  %  irg aa^rwilatai thew Turfites Return r '''" *' ,han R ETURNING i" Trinidad I v *r %  • v | \ ,.,. M, T.C.A. Supervisor r TV*f '*• GORDON L. BARKER, %  11 -",7 V. u> lj "„]! pL,y l vli" •• ^ "' L-*I : tlll '; "' %  JTcjiiaj wand, ^,0,, returning to BarAnn Te Sctlc %  utesin. couple of ,. % %  %  ited BotM 1 HQUSE0NTELE6RAPH, EXTRA• r\swo\t:t) rail ICTiO/S M It O Y A L LAST I SHOWS TO-IIAY 1.10 1, t.is m-miKKon 1 111 *n\ 1.10 HIS 1 ulunibia Double Ciilutnhiu Whole Serial Robtn wranw Joan CAULF1ELD In GIRL OF THE YEAR -• %  I % .M4N(.I It With Roban KKI.I.AHI* AOftOM niRiiis and WPU. .V. II.ur. 4. 10 A B.U Double Johnny WEISSMU1.I.V Junilp Jim •• IlillllVllt ei 11111 In AND MARK OF THE Chnrlo> STARRETT la GORILLA TEXAS anM4Ma M OLY.MPH TO-DAY *.• Tomorrow t.30 A 115 M-G-M & Fox Double Stewart GRANGER Deborah KERR in KING SOLOMONS MINES Color by I r< hull nlor and Batty GRABLE — Dan DAILY in CALL ME MISTER" In Technicolor I u.v,l.. A W>dni-Mlil> 4.J0 C 1.15 DOUHJ MICKKV HOONEY — ANN B1.YTIIE In "KILLER McCOY" AND DIAMOND HORSESHOE Color h> Technleelor Starring DICK HAYMES BETT^ GRABLE from 3 to 7 p.m. at THE DRII.I. IIAI,I„ under the dbUngulifaed patronjue of His KxcrliciKv tMc Qownof and Lady Savage t.ni 11 \l IIIUTIOXS ': %  IVa I'.M.I ' NS XMAS I'AIIDS Md Dm I 1... BO 'Ks DOI l.s & DOLI. HOUSES. STATION WACGONS. GIFTS HKI NOVK/TTH SWEETS tad I COOKED FOOD A v.: II Storked HAK MAKlONKTTE SHOW I.LTKV DIPS POLICE BAND will ba HI attendance ADMISSION 1/C'liildri-n & Nur... liil STRENGTH SHOW I Patron: Mr. A. G. BAYLEY \ — at — x QlfBBNI PAMK BrKaU J' Nil ED Thurkdi*. Nov. rind. 1951 * R p m ;* I'KICIS; [-Alt I J. BUlaUN, I Diraetor, ^> %  by liiiuKhter in La* Mm Harold v ngers on the T.C.A Q Klll;.Mi A Vanden' "g Mr ,,„! Miss S. V,4rlm Su| Hew ... ol South %  [ (• ,\ yaerday .: .. %  .. %  .,, prillBarbados ftH one vcri I at i Ouasi Worthing. Father And Son M R. A. A. BANNISTER. Depuf EdiB-atlon In I i alii who *m %  %  . isll lurfore n Hi —La Li %  Incidental Intellitence pnmrammes on U.S. %  thai are rehearsed i |tl are the wrest linn n \rtrr-* l.ia Kirk. View Hdtel. —L.E.S. l.v W ons are in the Air AS Ilullsh women smart under Bghttr iiaen .nout.h of the cord lo tii.. hYfcatl rnrlon cut, more and rnaka .ii.tilv 300 stocklnaa. Short Holiday I 'r,. %  "f.u! lw !" e W e.'. !" in."' to % %  .. tj.o. are belnB lilted M a -"'"". "•"' %  • htJJI Idjlt before returning to „„. „, M |,| ,„,,,„,„ UUIHITM* O( In VM and., ..rrl.,e. ol nearl; R "„' ,, "" %  ,l pain which Ihcv IICVIT unload— II heavy .urUnm operated by the a. It. M.-i,.h and Co.. in -Leaton-on-Sea, The stream ,„ ifcalr tjnaa, h corporaUona and to forelm .inn a shon hullAbo .pendlmt %  bolkUj bata Tl . Mtra UranaUl i ed over here. i tld atayinn at "I^ton-cm-sra.' Vli |„ „, „ v | on ,.„„| ,, n ,, w baton Tlicy art said to have a conson Neville mrorporiitoil In the i ll I lonaai lil. than the old I'" on In St \ n.. Me.nr. i,. i re returllng to Antmn i Bookaff Bra In C.enrsetown. • v -., -•.•.•.-.•.•.-.•.-.-.-,...,-, v ,.,-,...,•.-,-,.,-..,-.•.-.•.-.-.•.•.-.'.-.-.-.•.•.-.•.;; fc 1. I O H I CARLTON CLUB iiiMii: . i> MOMDA1 -lit ->l. \> \itoi xnxi NICIIOI.A.S A H II 1-. I'M. IV" GRABLE :. CAUMKN a m \NDA AND THE MUSICAL SHORT ;> I Ml t DM MM MSTEKS" *J At DITIOM THI8 MORNING :• M> A.M. S Idtgal T-lenl MAKIC O A STEEL BANDS i AM; I I A DI'.ISS MIOI' I.OWKII BHOAIJ STREET DRESSES of ALL types : : ALSO : BATHING BURS—Strapless Elastic Satin in exiitic shades. KXCI.lsiYK DHBS8 LENGTHS for Cocktail and Evening from the Continent. B O X Y Itl-IIAV to Tt'ESIlAY 4 30 A 1.15 COLUMBIA IX>UBLE I V 10 Discount next Tuesday On Tuesday, November 20th m iirst annlvaraary in Barbs* h to thank uii our • tloir patronage ami a *• promise to main•ervlee for which we knewn. As a mark ol our apnrti |] be n.lowing nil %  discount of :o'' on ..u puicnsiss on TuasII. IKLimai V4.. Lid. of Barbados Opposite Goddards S WSiWC ^"*Ii*Ci '. !" S' PARADISE BEACH CLUB I on Saturday 1st December 1951 I Music by Mr.Cail Curwen's Orchestra DANCING from 9 p.m ADMISSION $1.00 *V^*OV>VVOV -ViV-*-'^.'*C*,**<^*X.V^^ BUY A BETTER SHIRT FOR LESS MONEY &f RELIANCE SHIRT DEPOT Palmetto Street Phone 4764 Obtainable at all Leading Stores NEW smVMEXT JUST MX M" Cl'RTAIN NET i CVKTAIN NET :•_' HALT M'.T IS' CRETONN1 CRETONNE :"| TKETONNE 1,11 SHEETING 113 SHEETING -MKRTINO Bae.. Sir. ti.ts. 11.14. IIM. ii.sa .-.Tc.. 6e.. 81c S2.SII. Sl.lll M.4S. SIM .R; 1.06 Ml h L \ m* T. It. EVAJVS A WHMTFEELBS ,.,.,„



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RUNDA1 SUM MI:I it 18, MI", i MS DAY ADVtlCATK ,11111 K PEGG Y MERRICK SEWING flRCLE BUILDING A MHUONS Of TAMIUES agree with science findings that: EXHIBITION lit l'nil\iilin Ami Ami >lus^i ,i>. VILLAGE HALL WHITE..:,-. II lUH MM though, to till in .in awkward. -, J£l *"" Sk ."' said, "are on salest ground wnrn empty part or the picture. n r ur l ""' !" rc • k,r IS they confine toanuclves to what "Boyi flu aMl-n" "Harve-tin* £? KTS? '•"• "lia Ml and afen.eresl* thru ''menl Sweet Pota.oes" and 'St. Law' 1 1 I'.STKKIiKOOK E\eti Of n :i lit UW width iimo hundred and thiriy "y i' • • Merrlck'i work mchea M.i-rwu Tha part to paint iind an ability to do hait an t.lmoe.t fairy laic quality uui iklrt oak*, All may bo alike i( your front waist measurentaa one it, .1 shows In which tha -ople act *> i cinema ahowa and meetlna" ... Bd t.ilk Interest has been rcaponMblr bM (his combination. „k's -A jbilitj lo do haa ao ia not enotah. there murt be The liarb.ulo-. Publicity Comrr.itfour gore* Interest and excitement aroused ICC miirht well conaldar thr an rice. %  ill in.in: % %  i add two h: amount 10 OBlj 300 r by the subject ,1 the technical uloymenl of thi. arti.l to l,„. <• %  •" we flayed games. ',„*""' "?,u iToumM urorH. of translating the orlgviillon lo our shores. This does inch. h...i %  cup 01 IM ami Km ud * "'" ".""""'? „.,, mal into objective lorm is lo tint imply that her work posAdd lo the llnished length you M lalcd <0 ..ne another V... %  i %  < '• %  •"• "•".,., achieve iu end, namely, the -ease, „ hut, that Wlh twy inches f,„ hem and a also •" Vou". Farn-.e,.' Club •,"',_ ',"•,?;;'; "' arousing of interest in the snecthe ha. distilled from the Bar"•" '"*•> 'of waistline aeam and which, in Britain 11 a club run talor During this process of Indian m i's most attr... live "'"'< %  niche, for scoop at the waist, by >..un. iieoplu interested In UJJ translation only certain „.„ t ,.l .ml chara, tcr.rtic elements. „„, Y„u, pattern paper must be thai rountr, side and not „ec. !" artly the original are selected, and recorded only IU gayest moments. f£* m .„_„, these symbols are endowed with nr length edge three n The artistsInterest In archlmake point A tDiagram 1 >. Divide no on. „>, %  25 row vote %  -[ 11 COLGATE V CLEANS YOUR TEETH V CLEANS YOUR BREATH ~S PREVENT DECAY lV %  M ad the ptopbaer but 1 i forma *nd colours determined by the artlat. The result, dependinu Mature has been responsible for on the skill of 1 a " •1ertlon of many Intere-tmi: highly perMHial vi.nn. H n '* ** Pointings of the COrteF r^e'iTsuredown only In Unail*. No one swat t\ St' %  ''> ^ hat ai nM Alul %  "' n w *ny lu namr Hastings Const comhtnc uniiMi.i! f buildings with the changing moods of the son. our waist measure by four and rv-olulions thr club may pass. But i .. in the vitiate are al%  i to Join as associate mem* bers. PeasTy Merrkk' and triiipu pointing. .UUbtU. n it he Museum, arc The trmpri pajniing* exhibitc-i the wult ol vivul Ulttrcal in tfaa „,„ ^ l thi..II bar w„rk. Km -re meriium Qn, dW)l ,,„. mi paatu-hv!. t tluSM.I1,.t ullu-i 1M -Wave" and WlUU Tree she artists of imitation of colourh „ .tylised her subjecU. but In phoiograph> n. i vtakon hi anbotn thnr iS rnovcmcnl and entirely Pnonl and at times ^n,,,^,,.. .-rh,. T „ weri S1 highly formal. Her sense of comj. mP ,., church" U a well balposition is good and colour u nffjd „ nrt narmoflloUB C ompo-iu>ed with discrinunaiion jon .. Rlira i ChrU Church" and The theme of the exhibition is M ^ nTfrHg Q^J^ Church" m Barbados and the artist presents lca g,,,^,,.,, „.,,„-nany del.ghrt.l and unusual by J diwrnlng eVfl The paintings in thi. r7 Vii/i7 awn OM\V SlrtHiji THC COICATI WAT tO COMPLfTI HOME CrlTAl CARE ^l-v*yi brwiN yvwr tctsttlh right sllnr eolln, with COLGATE DENTAL CREAM t a pi a in Cook *s IurlnisiHatt l.in'ti 174 Yvarson 'Iongti Kuitiuu THa Kuinls i hought. U ill..;,.ball %  and tvvmad bj electricity, with cluiiiand a l-i.itfium for dramatii shows . a real meeting PCBCC where the %  Octal life <>( tile Vlll.. blossom out in tindark winter evenings But it costs mini. %  mcy 1" <" Tongan chief by Captain to b.nht sum n baa Cook i, .. HOI Utta in ttw There is an organisation iu IDs groundl o. I I palace United Kingdom, however, .hat at NuKU'aloCa. Tonga. Suivivoi helps people, by pniVMaafl money, of .1 I : r> amdent and 11 bush to build .1 village hall—on couthi\ Tu\ LONOOn Malila, tort' 1- %  and unusual facets of the Island. Figures form part of some of her water. t still rt.eivellncustomi.i.l ,. and .1 quarter inches for "on that they will Oist do some$rj prncnttttlM of f.-xl at im, li-ngth and thirty-one bsthM wule. thing to help themselves po-iant festivals. Tu'l Malila h B | seams to the result. L'sp this So we held a meeting to which a paragraph to ItMll In "Iniro-. exlilbini.'iisuremenl from A to make li at *' inviteil rvet >..!,,. tn the vildu-mg the British Paelttc, compositions and these beUon are rnodopU) priced rbOM tha top of the paper. Curve the 1"*". There wai %  KOv, t 1 .,i S • .,i... u t £450 ouraeivaa. engravings, is tot paper. Use this measure from and that U, us wa.s ,t lot of nmney. t |„ % %  ,. [. „„, ,,, lonellnai Ihe waistline down about every But we decided to Bttampt It. c ( naarly 900000 people more ball inch to make the bottom The owner of moat of ihe land u,,,,, hn ff vt w i„m live in the curve of the skirt. round the village came forward (,,.,,,. ,. f r.„ The gram line or straight of and said that he. for a st.irt. would goods line on this skirt usually give us the land for the hall. Then Over 200 -nchaa "I rain f.ill runs parallel to the side seam ,,.., Young Fanners' Club sanl of tha mounthc most economical way they would see what they could tolDOUf lauUsdfl, .>inle ih.htm do The-e yOUng paopla offered |o , : ,i ..tolls may be quite dry. go nnd work for people at odd f-„ u ,,,„> of tha wm Id" jobs on the farms, in Ihc garlVM ,| regions ami tha P M dens in the houses . and han> „„.. ,.,, UsouaanOa 1 over -any money thev rained lo Sm. now upward, at t the hall fund. They abo Mid they of „ (i .„„„..,_„.,,. v '" ul 1 "' '•<' %  <> %  %  '•' % %  l 'i % %  ycai ad in %  to tha baautj ed summor lo nlM m. M ,e,. 11,.. ; ,.„,,,.,„ %  M lmI)l e brought in about two, n,i they D) •lid the anna thit:; for two nora years with simitar results At the Hci IUUUU whan UM tnd of that time, we had raised coconut grows In al>umh>n.e one li 1' It-'H I l UM "pidgn, Knj;h-h "Inch, A Outre Of Smial Activity m We bought a wooden building >> %  producad such espresaiona aa i been a theatre in n "gran belong face" (meaning 11 illtury camp, and two iiirrrn't whtakan), "lamp belong Jesus' packing cases The village builder (thi *<'ni. -basket belong troutui-ned these Into a warm, consen.'' (pockaia) "paper talk' (a fortable, brightly painted village lelterl and Inill.imnkioi btBgna/ hall for us. with aiaasno light(the sausage). im, and heating, a stage with lnlio.lucinn tha Britlah PtclAl P'oper lighting for acting plays. Wanda" has hundreds of fast-inI 1 i rt 1 o JX %  imall kitchen to provide modest Itmg storlei. to tell in miniature, refraabiMntj ..t pnrties, %  mu,. gf tba cutting of a Iwo-mUaa-laaa be the VIIIMKO library and mnal. In feet wide, tot svhieh 1.1ns for men and aronun [i.C Impiamanl were "itavea to Gardening Hints For Amatuers I'liila'arden In \inrinlMi Not many of our trees flower if the vine is given generous as early in the year as November, watering and an occasional appliMost of them wait until later to cation of manure It will thrive, flaunt tneir bMUiy. There are a and flower nnd fruit sever,;l time-. fa* however which do flower a year early, and among these is tne MAYS OF THING TIIK Cassia HpectalUU' whlcn flowers GKANADILLA FBCIT around October—December. After pealing off the thin outer This Cassia la one of the most skin of the granadllla, the pilhv beautiful of our flowcrine traaa, inner part can be cut up and and deserves to be belter known, stewed with sugar, and eaten with Whan in flower this tree is a truly cream or custard. ..made into gorgeous sight. The flower splkc a pie With • %  pasty top Us.-.! In tire borne at the end of each this wav this part of tha branch, and stand upright in Updilla tastes remarkably like Engenng branches of bright yellow a Ush Apple The seeds which are flowers. gMng the tree the apfound In the centre of the fruit pearancc of a Christmas tree are flat, and are covered with a lighted with yellow candles. Baft gelatinous like substance. Caaaia SpeetuliUs grows easily These can be Iced and sweetened from seed, and is a quick grower. nn d eaten raw. Or. the Julot can But a large space must be probe squeezed out of them, which vided for It, for when fully grown when sweetened makes a deliit developes into n huge beautlclous drink, or It can be made fully shape.) braa. Into water ices Lin. tht Crau BpoeudlU. n„. %  vr Vo !,l k 1 y "" r chr >frult bearing granadllla vino isanthemiim Plants? 1101 as widely known or grown as Even the short white Dalsv 11 deserves The flowers alone of like Chrysanthemum ore nil th'i Every norrncd skin needs THESE 2 CREAMS n all over the '. Kfl %  lve beauty Mint is within Ihe reach ol everyone of you. rtiiiow im "I M 1* r \tt' ni -.in it 1 vs l.o\ it 11 >i WOMEN *\i it. win HI: J a Thin Is what yuu do: every night at bedtime. aOMOth P<-: Cream avi '" Cfgwn, and with ii evi 1 i-tlennslng. extra-softem:iK. skm WI'A ba 1 toil r, amoot FOUNDATION* AND PBOTtCTlON By day, use a lo, 1 I 1' HOT Vanishing Cream as a foundation. This uon-tn bald yOUf powdar matt for hours, and protect plfxit.n from iun and wind. to cut It. (Diagram 11) It will lake about three yards of thirty%  ix Inch material for a finished le.igth of thirty-one Inches Changing Ihe location of the 1 grain line changes the hang of With the straight of M goods at the side seams more tho. vine would make it worth better for a little life off the bod. ^ arc wi bang at the centre front growing apart from its daUctoUl A iborl lorfead slick will do for and centre hark ns those seams them Just to prevent rain or waterwill be more bias. If this is raaaaDy from ing from beating them into the versed thb front and back will cutting, and will Mower and frud mould. If this is not done the bang straight with the flare at in a year. This vine is a strong low.. leaves and flowers are apt the sides. Placing the straight of climber, so a good arbour or fence to get muddied and water soaked loots down the middle of the must be provided to support It. and this results In fewer flowers $ orc *'" rwu in a ,"V" C even nnd on which-it can spread. The for picking. "a !" '| around but takes more IN after the Btyla Of I With tha tall yellow Chryaanmaterial passion flower, and, m the early theenums however a strong tall mornings it is not necessary to "lake is needed, one quite three ci iipirjc *ee them lj abOW thjt the vino lo four fc 1 ,a ". as these plants JWIVIUI. IS In flower, for their sweet scent rmv to a height and must have nr.Mir w.,1 ouiek, ,„:,k.. ,he,r pre^nee 'Th^Tln^nthem, !" Sueker, The hod, „, a .Ae..-o,d A a U%SSft£ ftS8ft*i*tt ff^ffUJ l !" , ? %  "TV", * u, 1 lon '"*?• "• rrnlna are not In Ihelr favour, walls. Polk-e found Ilia, Ihe of '" V y nd '" "' '" %  '"'I" 1 '" %  'ner,: ium had eommitUM suicide •nTi.! „ia wl n t he a gi-eal In^i of flowla-rouse he thought such was tho .,ea? e. .1" ^? "",•"' P " cr '" "lunTeo. Chrywill of the spirit, with whom ho !" ,V sli. <""'?"'"'' — "" %  'oonthemum sucker, that wore put was in touch In hi. last letter, ready been said. ,t does need a out In July ond August should the medium wrote: "| am slwhich to ellmb. be flowering by Derombor. fenced to death by the spirits Man 1 cloak 1 We Are now at COLLINS' PERFUMERY! 141111111% 0-ch, s, April Violets, Bond Street. LI S I III IIIC-Tweed, Miracle, Reparlie. Confetti IIOIIBIC IS I Chanhlly, Qualque Flaurs. I Ol I INS llllll. SI'OIII.S %  '"in,' nroOUT I POND'S Vanishing Cream Cold Cream Start now to wm tha loveliness Rial %  %  row tv n you use %  1 Creams. You'll And ire dlstlri<-livional-whlte lars at an THE FINEST RANGE TO IN ALL POPULAR SIZES CONGOLEUM CONGOLEUM SQUAdES AND RUGS GIVE YOUR FLOORS THIS XMAS PRESENT oSBsaosasssasi THE CORNER STORE So Important .... To Roof with the Best of Materials OUR GALVANIZED ROOFING IS IN ALL GAUGES & SIZES Barbados Co-op Cotton Factory Ltd BCCF 1 ^.-. __ -*%  — Qualit y comes first.. im U %  lino baaut) %  *'jr Mperbl) and %  1 ., .I -'Ill for \ii 10 fabrii %  "H wi li and %  n in % %  %  in 1 %  ii -i' Id srtak. TO OTA L (,l \li WTKED I VBRICS 1111 1 .1 ..1 V'll I %  % 



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PACE KOI'K SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY soM'MBER IX. I".l If you're out of son*, take a glav, of UNO'S l'niit Salt in the mornine.. UNO'S will keep you regular—for it is a gentle laxative and mild ant.ii.id. good for the liver and stilling to the stomach. Thus BNO*S 1-ruit Salt" clean away uaupumics that make you feel dull and heavy. Take your Fruit Ball io the morning, every morning. Eno's 'Fruit Salt' >M,n h.lUmf*r lulling '../,...... HANDY AMERICAN TOOLS "^ You Should Nvor Motor Without . SOCKET SETS OPEN END SPANNERS BOX 4 OPEN END SPANNERS SOCKETS bom '" to IV TORQ'IE 'WENCHES RATCHET HANDLES EXTENSIONS SPEED BRACES WALDEN WRENCHES SCREW DRIVERS — 3". 4". 5'. 6" 8" And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS ECKSTEIN BROS. THONE 4269 BAY ST. W.L Batting Must Win Or Lose Tests hon'l Vk Bowlers The Impossible ty II 8 IP? *| wi % %  iled by a comp.i First Test at Brisbane. %  h I II III.I. 14, I Hi* cause %  I'll oil. I muan thi growing wave .read MI rapidly since the news of ow ucirat. MSATPOINTED 1 WAS duapp4iinted loo. it i true, lost kll failli in the Went Iti'lii's team. I plan.' lha > ause of our defeat primarily •nd squarely on the shoulders. D| i'hey did in*: bat and whriiivir they do not bet I miry match in tributary (acton thai 1 >haii loud) up but the main burden of my argument is tha. the batsmen did The match waa a re:;, tor tt intriguing ttucti. throughout that eventually ended m Aua relle making lust dial mucn mom of ttv u to rbrco a close win. NOT COM IKM.I) 1 .\M i o .. IUI the argument thai Dgj laded by mm para live standard* a* well All that thai maim is that the Wi i it and that waa to dr arttlng Sowei uf A*-i UM ... %  % % % % % %  be nan Jama tn, aod i uunk th.it toe) mil main nv over. M y rtaXalMQ hi mat whenevei • """"It Australia will be In trouble, there la DO gout Mi.M.t mat u,. tagaa made by tin? \\East thiit they wan still uoabla to raaloll thee* to UM iuii u %  t of piling up mammoth totals. Added to Una, none but the vert Uml b) among the Au supporter* could claim mat Will) Hole nut oul .it OIK* .ml 44 and itui-. U Australia coulil have audcu many muie mm with Bill Johnston and. latngley the other two batsmen wailing to come in. Om ran tt" 11 %  "? Aust ra l ia! nuaaad undai I7S ioi, once actually n m men Bret innuiga i .1 >ndly. murally so to their second innings. liUUUAUU 1 .Vi'iilrtCk 1 ... muu) uruMasan lutfvueu Maw •• bouo %  aouao i oa nn m *iiriuu* ow* I HOW aasaia. in UM uiat nutt* man wan many n u claim thai ... .. %  r un uia wiui ui anjuBaaul toat ix HOJ asa i a n aii, a ui cia ., %  .. 00,01 .... %  % %  i"-algae opanmg bataanaa on UM wa rn, DMI I *.•-..— 4,..e ..I bSBSUBl i too loan "'i* Maw Mil From G v Hiningg .in,.iy lustily tins muVc ii arso Dj aamaiaon in ina aaperunen L araara 1 I'Khr'HI 10 %  Ui.it AC want into UM IaM without a oace bowici and played .in opening batemen at numoai a on Jae prenuea inai even oeion UM teai fleourls m-idaru did nut tiust his iMtnng. ii Uui w. *o be was right, nut are nYue, nave ine te*m luncuonlng im w i before nfe oan win. It is OOVKIUH that Uoudai,d relying 004 hundred pel cent, on Uie thrust o| Kumadhui and Vulenlu.c, packed bbl Man with batsman bowled the life out of Huinadbin and Valentine SUCCKSSrCL IN ENGLAND T HIS ba dad oju %  lUjr In Bngland ana wag praised foi It Ii tw OM dona U now and n niel a ditfen.nl sort of opposition od it baa been uneuataeaful, don't lei u^ be hysterical about it. IaM ui be comforted ba the fact that the advantage of tinu ci.i i rum will prompt a reshurTling In offensive and i.ieUc*. i certainly appaand Io toe atn arroi ..• %  Ine fad ih-i Qoddard 'ii nol eell f"i UM B> m ball arkan UM Aueuvlan aeon was In ch %  neither Hole nor Lmdw.iii cuuiu have be.;, eonakk %  • B UT my only real criUciaiu of Goddaid is the fact that the new bU having arrived, he did not bring on his two quick bowb-i and Worrell it can be argued that u would not baea been politic to • on theae bowlers to the exclusion of the key men Ramadhm and Valentine especially wiui the scores so close and the situation admlttedly a sticky one for the Vfl M Indies. But than putting on Worrell i Qoraei lor i>\* having be a t en lha ahlne "tt the new bell ti handing it back to Hama did a wmiiar Hung agBlnai ihe West bxttet In UM tburd utish Guiana and banded the ball ta Uikcr. I iniiSKli'iIhw action as r.'tn tlabic and .shall not baoUaU) i" crittCMB tioddaxd for it howivei uuuh 1 >>iiiputhise with him In but all nut effort to save the day. WUva a similar thing was done against ti la IhaU tUlure with Yorkshire in 1U4K, it 4>ceasioned a great oontroi English crickel circles and the Australians uMro/anvee did not dMgUkM ineir contempt for such an action. A S A MATTEH OF FACT it baa not reaU] been I or not the umpire can stop it under the authority uf his bemg mil judge of fair and unfair play. Whatever be the ruling OD the matter it has not been recorded in cricket bMory that it ha tvei been done by the Australians in a Test match and I do not Hunk thai we need do it aga i nst them cspcoally us we know that they do not like It neither do their crowd*. B*an if the letter of the law ambiguously allows it. 1 that whenever it is done the spirit uf the law has been transgressed •ninewherc. r AILED AGAIN E VEN as things stand now the West Indian batting has failed again HI their match against the powerful New South Walai Stale l|de Tl lead "f 105 runs hove N for the loss of two wfckata In othei words Uv •nired 194 with eight wickets in hand. Ileie again nol bowlere, not Goddard but West Indian batsmen must avert lefe it In this match. Whenever they can gel thai] iv into high gear Just M many Umai erlll Australia or any -'..uui in danger of defeat .it their hi TWENTY-SECOND RACE St. Lawrence Handicap Seven hones faced th starter out of 14 entrant* with Tha Thing I Ab up( carrying 22 pounds overweight. L^tchman pushed re after a end Hart and % % %  i Mtowad b] High and Low. IJem ways ana Nolonilc d strung out in Indian Ulracing In th^ position weU past the three furlong pole with Sweet Rocket a.ill in the lead. Land Mark then began to move up and the held bunched a,i Ihey entered the home stretch. Sweet Rocket a this stage began to fade out %  >. lha picture leaving Demure. High and Low and Larui M irk to fight for ihe Demure even tally won with driving finish j heed m !'" %  >! who beat Land Hark into passed UM stand* for the hrs time ihe order % %  'us unchanged with The Eagle a *.4>uple of lengths in Uie rear. On nr-aring the five furlong (uie The Eagle began to lessen The gap and soon drew level with At the four furlong .. Eagle in ihe I.M.I miLowed clirclv by w.iterrrees and Mary Ann. Thr field hunched by the two furlong and began to fight 't out coming around the bend. On entering the straight they were all but The Eagle on the r.lt got past Ihe Judges first by a length %  hand of Watercress. Mary Ann was th.rd. a length behind waten % %  TWENTY-FOl VTfl RACE Junior Handicap There were ten iiorscs in this eveni. March Winds, Chutney, Seedling, Cardinal. Itambler Rose and Champagne 11 each carried 4, 3, 5. 8, 4 and 4 lbs overweight ii inactively, gel ofl to a good Marl with Sunui.i ridden by Lowed by March Wind,-. Seedling piloted by Johnny Balk) challenge and overtook the Held by the four fuiliing pole. On roaching the Savannah Dunquerque then made a bid as Seedling began lo fade out of Uie picture. There was a melee i oming around the bend and March Winds after Inslng some mound began to com back with Cardinal also making a bid. In the meantime. Crosslcy was leading with Dunquerque on the rails and raced up the straight winner by |Mj lengths. March Winds was second half .i 1cm.' of Cardinal. TWENTY-FIFTH RACE Beckwilh Handicap itrante fated %  intartar and wen oil after nttle delay. Dns-Ung Princess was soon in the U .id, a posiuon. she held until the end of the race. When the Held passed the stands for Uie first Unte, Win Lady and Topsy were running daee in second and third positions respectively. They rued in this order for ame time but approaching the three furlong pole Topsy moved up to challenge th.leader. Racing towards the dock the Held •irung out but down the straight for home a tussle ensued between Dashing Princess. Fire Lady and Topsy. Dashing Princess, however, urged bv Lulchman. maintained her lead and Increasing It a few yards from the Judge, raced home the winner %  length and a half in front of Fire Lady Y\ rl upi who 'ook the second place money a length ahead of Topry (Newman up). TWENTY-SIXTH RACE Grsvrsend Handicap Wilmar was scratched in this event and the remaining eight entrants wore off after some delay with Diadem. Front Hopper and Joan's Star carrying 3. 2 and Lbs lenpt.-ctiyely overweight. Gavotte and Blue Diamond were M get off, Gavotte about .x i< nguu behind the other, and Blue Diamond about three lengths from her. tho stands for the first time. His Worship was leading followed by Betsam in the second position and Joan's Star a lose third. The horses bunched it the fmir furlong pole, but an exchange of places took place neanng the next pole wsum Blue Diamond and Gavotte Joined the company. Racing past the clock Betaam hustled by Quested began to move away from the others, and racing down the straight for home, came definitely to the fore. Just by Chance urged by Yvonet challenged, but Betsam increased his lead with every stride and readied the Judge a Wtnner b) iwo lengths ahead. Just By Chance II was second • %  %  .i nick away from Diadem. TWENTY-SFVENTII RACE Bellt-villaj Handicap Five horses having been scratched In the race, seven started with Hi-Lo. Viceroy, Clementina and Diam.>a carrying 12 lbs. 1 lb. 17 lbs and 1 lb respectively overweight. They were soon deSpatabed and Mis* Friendship, Vanguard and Hi-Lo were running |n this order when Uie horses passed the stands for the Arst time. Approaching the four furlong pole Hl-Lo moved up to the Mont but Viceroy challenged and drew level as the field ncared tho three furlong pole. An exchange of places took place as they raced towards the clock and down trie stretch idr home. Viceroy hustled by Holder left the company and went well out In front. Colleton who meanwhile was moving up steadily, took up the challenge and urged by Croasley overt4x* the leader tn win by a length ahead. Viceroy was second three lengths away from Diamoa. TWENTY-EIGHTH RACE Final Handicap Seven of Uie eleven entrants faced me starter with Belle SurS isc carrying 3 lbs overweight, hen they were off Red Cheeks failed to get off with the others and never really got a chance to make any serious bid to be a winner. Harroween and Belle Surprise were Jostling for the premier position when the field passed the stands for the first time. Some exchange* soon took place but the field bunched at the four furlong pole. There Elizabethan began to move away from the company but not for long. A jostling for positions, resulted again tn some exchanges and as the straight run for home was reached, Newman hustled Pretty Way to take the lead. She was challenged seriously by Harroween (Yvonet up) but maintained bar lead h* win by a length and a half ahead. Harroween took second place money three lengths away from Elizabethan (Holder up). Fine English BONE CHINA Exquillta "ROYAI. CROWN DERBY" Beautiful "SHELLEY" In delightful patterns Handsome figures -n "CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE" : ALSO I A range of the rarely seen Bavarian "Cobalt" Porcelain, for which we have the sole selling riKhts in Barbados. LOUIS L. BAYLEY JEWELLERS OF IIOI.TON I..WK and IIAKII.MMIS \l|l ATK CLUB Weightlifling Show Thursday A WeightliLing Show will be staged by memoeis of the bede s i_iyin al Queen I I'ark Steel ftbed, on Tnursaay ni^lit. November ~'l. The funds wul go to builumg I lilting platform lor the Gym ana also purchasing other necessary equipment, A. the last show staged by the A.W.A.H. at Queen's park, the representatives of the Bede'a Gym were beaten. Now the Committee uf Management is trying its bes. to encourage more youths of Barbados lo take up welghltilting. A member of the Committee lold Uie Ad vacate. although Jackman's form was criticised and Bynoe was beaten by a former member of our Gym. Ihe Instructors were proud to know that they coached Stoddard and Rudder of York Barbell Club, each of whom ended up champion in his class. "It is hoped that the public will respond to s uch a needy cause by attending our show. The best physical culturlsts In the island will be on the stage." he said. There will also ba a contortion display, a display by Gold Bode, a Judo knife display act by members of Atomic Club, tumbling, hand balancing, muscle control and body beauty contests. gono |ll else U m-> be <•>;•' sintMsg \ 1-nnc.i, tne ult should ...BO come io ua 0eee. It ra %  %  | :....ios racing. its close Mild be making %  quarnua, b> %  netbi r oi the man that CkTJ is out of Belleum, ii well known. Baa Taking up the two-yeai -olds foi dascsjgghan M>I It • an tnerefore be said at once that Dumiueni year-old in Barbados has done ana that U to win three ran i meeting. Of course it does not f on Uie same footing as some of the beet WO baee seen. On the contrary | place her several ningg of I have seen racing here as tero-yi •"•st. although i without in any way trying In hi The hard fact u thai Dunqw island at i % %  %  undoubtedly cariK tne meeting began ana up to Thl l "is race l.iim the other geldings. 1 thoujj it But yesterday she removed Usem do Hunk that Cavalier did DOt PTOVl '^'f reel iiicltle in Uie race. It was a very iough affair and 1 consider that tne riders were lucky m However DunejlMCOjun LMTOeti did not get tne clearest of runs until near the llnish and so all the n. who will collect herself ijuuKiy Ud is f:.r more handy than t who. when bumped will take o,uite a lot of handling U I Itls proper balance. If ha I II ••< ell I tiier.-fore plaixCavalier as second best although most people think a DUB the aiues are bettai than the beet oi lh< Of the other two-year-olds I quite agree that the Bust the must talent on then .. Bunlne atj Loi l II. Diaroso and Rambler Rose who all impressed me as better than Uie colls and geiumgs ai tins moelmg while in August there wen Bright La gin and April's Dream who were much belter than any of the stronger an including Cat Suinna, as I already the mare China Clipper and on Thursday when she ran second to Dunquerquu she displayed a good bit of pan l i.^-.^.n.i i think she will go furUier. My Love II a slUl a bit of an unknown quantity l.ugel> due |0 In. habit of dwelling at uV tourtfa twice and on kx I sioiu she was left | slie would have done had she rh li> re I Ihlnh we will ll.lVO Ull' 1 0OKJNG AT THE FORM days it is clear that both No-: i-nlte and Prettj v. %  ly on Thursday and running Into form a> the meeUng progresse. I..i most mdltterent showing on I hut, 1 Hi ought Demure was either tNMOUnd In the legs ,• High and Low also ran .. WT] Swaei EtOCkat ami No-lonite and I would not I,.., the ludga whan he was called upon to decide • %  ,, u > and of thlfl event. T IE RACING IN C CLASS proved that run Budget and Topsy are about Uie best we ha* • However both era inclined to be temperamental and when U „y can run very badly indeed. But in DUTlMea to both il must I.-ihi tli.it ihey ran good races. Fuss Budget on 1 'lousy yesterday, when ihey were second and third lad Fuss Budgets second with 137 lbs. over 7'fill I the best efforts 1 saw at the nn-eling and whilt th< hum. , been criticised fir Ulls, Ihey were BOt.tO hi %  .. thai K;i. I y would strike form so convincingly after racing without mu Bnt two days. if the opposition K tore tfl nbbons The J Fire Lady herself must ion.. -n. seldom have I seen a new one sink.' r .. : i lc back on Uio fourth day to conilrm it. I thought she ran %  very good > terday when she i n i i'i:iiccsa and It obvious that there is hr herself and Topsy who was third. I predict that they will both go far. 'T-WELAST TWO D CLASS RAl KB turned Mil Ilka those In B class X in that each went fa) a dlAi n I i Thursday Watercress' defeated Mary Ann ov.r 7Mi 1 thouglit was a hard finish. Mary Ann I tin.' Might and possibly by the fact that she is BSJV1 I tended al exercise. I thought she held on wall until the IaM (Ifty yards when her sUmlna seemed lo have given out and she was eased up bv Yvonet. Previous to this, she had laid low the much vaunted Vanguard in two tussles when he tried lo head her. Perhaps if she had not hod to do thin, she might just have got hooaa. Yesterday it wee %  ojaag w t|1 jurf^ weight defeating two fUlles who could not battle both the heavy going end Uieir beavj i, successfully. I thought that thev all ??1? iU ^l ''" th between ,Jh .,. the anlsh. About the only Lhu raeg pnMjUnad was mat Wan-in.is a better stayer than Marv Ann fr' THF.RK i„ any .... %  I to the F ClgM 0tl They wre divld* Colleton who w each while U i il nl ugly duchluMj from St. Iaici Viecrov nn three seconds and a third Vanguard i ,,. a V ery rhanged horse, but was lUnpi) poorer opposition than be met at previous meotinK*. Cdnem i gave a much improycHt dj none of that balling of tli.ears and baring of teeth which hr ne\. hit races last August. SHOP EARLY tint I OI It tins •.###* ir BOOKER'S We Offer you a wide Selection of Lovely Xmas Gifts:— GOYA C.l\-T CRACKERS GOYA CAHKBT8 GOYA III STINi; POWDIK GOYA XMAS TREE GIFT PACKAGES l>l I. \\ I I I I VIKING SHIP DELAVELLE (il'ITAR MIVELTY DELAA ELLi: HEART PERE1 ME III BARRY'S l\l.( t M Dt'BARRY'S GIFT SETS **ETC. 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Sl'NDAY, SIIMMKIK I*. 1*51 SL'NDAY ADYDCATK PACH HVl RACING RESULTS AT Tilt: I.AKRIMIS -WANSAH NOVEMBER 17. 1M1 IHER: Fir TRACK: Firm 'nil K4. ST. LAH Riser HANDKAlCtaat '"' to* La" SIMM. OMM. MM.M. Uf.M >. 3 I.EMUKr. IIIUH AND LOW LAND MARK 112 ll 111 lbs Mr. S. A. Walrott. Jockey Crou-> Mr R. E. Gill. Jockey queued Mr. Victor Chaae. Jockey Holder Win: $20 00: P!re $2 14, It <* N# HORSES DRAWN IN AUTUMN SWEEP HOM'BLE J. D. CHANDLERS bay lilly DuiKuierajui*un the Bii; Sweep with 12 points as the Barba.l..-. Tuil Club Amurnn MeetinK ended al the Garrison Savannal vntrrdav. It bring! to the holder at Ticket W utwtl the sum of 13J.1M.00 The Prize List is as follows : \> .1. Tourists Bowled Out Tor 134 Runs •MR IHOI.II IIAI.I •. rmcKKT QIIOUND NOV. 18 — NO. 198 The Topic of Last Week TIMl 1 lt| PARI-MUTCEI. 1 Mi 28. Al SO RAM sw.-i Raetari <12o IbK lutehman,. Notonlte i 1301 VICEROY Plaee 111 2nd 3rd Sad J 4ih Avid*] 5th A man Hi tl2.IM.00 I8.082.0 •.mitu 8th. Tih.ath) •th & one* %  ther divide | | Furlongs 02 other horses divide J30031 gagfe • n %  M. i. K WATERCRESS 3 MARY ANN 111 loc. Mr. H. Farinha Jockey Lattimer iMlbs Hon J D. Chandler. Jockey Croaaley |H ;. i Mr. r. F. C. Bethel]. Jockpv Yvone: TARI-MUTUEIWin: fl.lt. Place—. TIME I FORECAST 13 38. ALSO RAN: START Fairly Good FINISH: Fairly Close (1 lenfth. 1 length i 4-year-old be. Flouuun-Glenengle 'i R UNI R Mr F. E. C Bcthrll Results Of 2/Field Sweep FOURTH DAY Baa list uf horses 2th Rare JIMOK HANDICAP. Claaa "F" aad "F V and Lower <7 V.O.) — I7M.N, HUN, flll.M. Mt.M. — 5', lUrl.ni. 1 nUNQL'ERQUE l tf lbt. Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey Lattimer. MARCH WINDS 100 4 lb*. Mr. U. J. Parravaclno. Jockey All 1 CARD1NA1 9 7 8 lb*. Mr. J. W. Chandler. Jorkev Crossley. lUfl I 13I5 PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $7 54. Plac#t2.74. 17.04. $3 52. FORECAST: $185 28 ALSO RAN Sumna (113 lbs .. Quested). Cavalier (119 lbs Holder). Chutney %  :ii 3 lbs.. Thlrkell). Seedling (101 -,. 5 lbs. J. Bellel. My Love II (10? lbs., Lutehman). Rambler Rose (108 4 lbs N-wrnan 1. Champagne II (107 4 lbs. P Fletcher) START: Good FINISH: Fairly close (14 lengths >, lengths) WINNER 2-yenr-old b.f. O.T.C — Belledune. TRAINER: Mr J W. Chandler. "sltth Baee. M KWITH HANDICAP. — Claaa "C and T 1" S8UQ.80. $285.tt. 813588. 8*8.88. • Furlong* 1 DASHING PRINCESS 102 + 1 lbs. Mr. R. E. Gill. Jockey Quested :' HUE LADY VIA lbs. Mr. S A. Blanchette. Jockey Yvonct. 3 TOPSY 118 lbs. Mrs K. D. Edwards. Jockey N TIME 2 051 PARI-MUTUEL: Win $11 18: Place 83 86 $2 76. $1 START. Good. FINISH: Driving. WINNER: 3-year-old brf Dastur-Pnncess Regent. TRAINER Mr. K D Edwarda. ru.i s.e.4 nuN ISIMI-TiWD >MI TWfcrt %  *. ( IVM. SUM ll'llli No. i -i Mai Following drawn: A—0308. Diamua: 9183 Vixen: 3655, Bow mansion; 001 MrHear 453$. Seedling. OUT, First Admiral. C —8031. Mary Ann. E --8445. Soprano; 2006, Hi Lo; 2625 Lund Mark. F— 9665. Rambler Rose. G.— 9725, Mas Dav. 60UI. Cavalier. H —4863. Mabouya. I.—8237. Man* Winds. VV. 1 -~ M0 N on '**: t. Cm„ „' it.::..l %  ••> N —0528, Joans Star %  • . O—4080. Vanguard. "* %  P—8938. Dashing Primes*. 9234, Betsam; 1074. High and LaWj 7676. Chutne\. MM Q IMI i I *-•' R -9785. Demure. 8180 Red SE5 Clawkg; 4883, Fllle d'lran; 9728. %  IS M ruFNTr i-oiaiH *. i • • %  ria si.tr, 4MK ris.is 188k Race. GRAVEMND HANDICAP — Claaa "O" taa Lrer .no no flSS.88. $80.88, $4t M — 7>i Furlongs 1. BETSAM 1 17 lbs Mr. H M Tang Yuk Jockey Quested 2 JUST RY CHANCE fl 125 lbs. Mr. Norman F.lias. Jockey Yvonet. 3 DIADEM 105 I 2 lbs. Dr. A. W. Lake Jockey A. Gomes. riME 431 PARI-MUTUEC Win $7 30 Pfre $2 16. $1 36 %  FORECAST: 119.14. ALSORAN: Front Hopper (103 -. 2 lbs.. Ali). His Worahlp (111 lbs ggt), Joan's Star (100 Iba., Croaaley). Blur Diamond (110 lbs.. Lutehman). Oavoite (113 lba., Holder). START: Fair. FINISH: Easy. WINNER r>-w.,r-.>ld tib.ii.g. Floltam-Betty Grern. TRAINER: Mr. A. Ilayllng. *' %  ' :. uss taai. saas rwrNTi-urra BAH RJB ..-h i. h.iat.. rSIV-HTW BAII Worship. 5739. Diadei &—0298. Drury Lane; 7138 Fifing; i>t.i.:i>r. T—1723. Simbeem. 5694. Darbam Jane; 5578 Ell/ahelhan U -9536 (Con.); StreeA V.—5305. Diaroae; 7801. JuIBy-Chance II. W—4083. Doldrum; 0908 DunIMM tjuerque: 7074 Watercree"J 3697. Capnre. R947. Bll8 SuiSS p""* %  s.sa ISM Y—0581. MounlbatUn, 7241 Infusion: 2627. Teat Match; 9440. Champagne II, H313, Blue Dta< mond. 4217. Harruxvevn. AA25. Sweet R.Kket: 5f5l>. Cornel. eaajgaal 1114—7730, Sunm., tia DD -2158. Miss Friendship, •i 11 *""". The Thing. 4B99. River Maid, %  ISM EE—77H. Lutiways |**J FF—3114, My Love II. i SM HH—4910. French Flutter. 9405. 2t*? "t: t^'-mentina. 1629. Flieuv '"' "" %  "**' %  Colleton; 8179 IVrseveram-f: 96BS. Dim View JJ—M07. Fire Lady IX—7123. Yasmen. JJJ^JJ MM—8261. Topsy. 3042. Frirfit IBSM Hopper. Nov. 17. Search among the ruins of ihe Went Indieinnings as you will ".irri to find altlH I COB reason HI Ihe collapse Aa 've e(• Uag ad ;hi in.irnitu A 2.838(H) ,,r Wale.it: batted cautiously and ee-.riomically so that the fUUBMI • I that afternoon would bring on %  — — *"*" br'8heat act of the d 1 5,3 88 .,n,i Waieott well eatll Iree to senre run* M ajgl Bwj 'igan attei luncJI lefore22 OOti , tpta UMMl And from I hat imnnent on, chaoe was ggtaial again Millet m %  i qulok bright spell disposed of . itchaa behind the wickn v.hich -l:.,ti: i never have been given. gBjwried i'ii" .t.t, toat aent Walcotl awav w.i RnN claaa but (or the it of it the .rloket *u loose ami feeble. TO tlnish more than urn baMnd NrSouth w-,es ma iiisastri disaster that left behind an impres-ioti of In.k of purpose M n<1 l.i.-k i f /.-al The Sit:, | IH n|p did nothh i to dimmish ihe enes U84 ilowb i badly. Barnes began ahockUudj recovered and ..> than mil ta a catch by Guillen who brj sitin kd replaced WnlroU. Miflei • lug from lumbago MUM lh CiKhi.ud IMIIIMNUV aei i dki Banaod, NM dntni aad one-handed, but droppe.1 the ball wlien he threw il up n>8**l) U riumph. The umptrg rnf ua e tl to I Iva Henaud out. Today'-i -cores: in sin TII MSI i.i j,,,,,,,-, 3 . WDT ISDIFJI l„ !,„.!... .I.tl*ll I I. UlHlHWI M.,-. IIII f maa > Mill -idail l •uraa i. rk-H.< 0 leaa i %  t • .i.ut-tn b rruaniaa b w-m BOV1 INC ANALVStO The Eagle Atomic |l %  I Inlrl. No. NN—235H. G a volte. K Wllmar. OO—4114. Fuss Budget PP —1319. Pntlv w.. Arunda. QQ—8546. Cunslte 3690. 2763 JTIh Rare. BELLEVILLE HANDICAP. Claaa "F" i (3 Y.O. and Over)—1780.06. f235 80, f 111.88. M6.88—7> id Lamer Kurtetif* nm **.>-s IK ,.i 1 COLLETON. . 118 lbs. Hon. J. D Chandler Jockey Ctossley | VICEROY .. 106 T 1 lbs. Mr R. Denis Barnard. Jockey Holder. . 10" • 1 lbt. Dr. A. W. Lake, Jockey A. Gomes PARI-MUTUELWin$2 22 Plr.ee f! 18. $1.22, 1 DIAMOA TIME 1.4] $1.48. FORECAST: AISO RAN: is. am HI-LO (91 | 12 lbs., Lutehman). Vanguard (130 lbs. Quested). Clementinn (01 + 17 lbs.. Thlrkell), Mlaa Friendship (110 lbs.. All). START: Good. FINISH Easy. WINNER: 4-year-old-br.g. Restigouchc-Summer Breeze. TRAINER: Mr. J. W Chandler. rs4. MM. Musa ITS mi rMI lli.Hlll RAH I TlrftM Ma *n..*M JIB1 1 k.lSer. •( li.a.I. i MM. -sia. rait, i In.rHi Milk • ISIh -•walk MM %  <>• laft, aiaa. Mil Leeal erlrkei tun will no tlmilit be gUd lo learn Uut a serlea of weekly radio rommrnUrle* deserlblni liie cricket In Australia will be heard over RedlfTualen Barbados every Sunday al 6.31 %  m. enmmenrlni today. Mr. Ernest EyUe Is In charge of this proiraname which U sponiored k) Gil I ell Induslries. London. makers of the famous Glllett i'/inand bladJea. Today Roy Marshall will be Interviewed by Eytle. M6J. Race. FINAL HANDICAP.—Claaa "A" aad "BOnly.—11.84>8.ea 1315.60, $165 68. 888.88. — TM Furlonga 1 PRETTY WAY .114 lbs. Mr Victor Chase. Jockey Newman 2. HARROWEEN ... 124 lbs. Mr. D. V Scott. Jockey Yvonct 1 ELIZABETHAN 117 lbs. Mr. N. M. Inniss Jockey Hold* i TIME; 1 40i. PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $5 08; Place $1.80. $2.12 FORECAST $35 40 ALSO RAN Red Cheeks (128 lba, Quested). Gun Site (133 lbs.. Crosaley), Belle Surprise (101 Hi lbs., Lutehman), Notonite (123 lbs, P Fletcher). START: Good FINISH Comfortable WINNER 3-year-old b.f Way ln-C)ufT. %  TRAINER: Mr Victor Chaae. — WONDER WHEELS N 6 Hercules CYCLES Triumphed in these strenuous tests The breaking of Records i the most testing trial to which a bicycle can be put. In five months Hercules cyclists broke 20 officially recognised world's records. These successes prove that a Hercules is the most reliable bicycle ever built. so goodHercules ft, fi*est8icy'£: SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS TMf HfSCuK* fTCll ft MOTOS CO LTD gtHHINCHAH fNCLANO rwfU'.rnvii T. GEOOES GRANT LTD.. BRIDGETOWN inexpensive TO OTA L TIES MINI '" QUICK RELIEF HROM %  km 1 ttm • Thr AMtraiHan haiUp Turn Itrlr hr>t -""' aniIiii And ttti l-.l-il %  ) VWnllnr hi* rimirMa loo %  %  n-.i tht. ihina 1 1 %  %  Trim %  • % % % %  •I. initai-l iwr rani When UM I...S. a %  s..nw Ih* %  "• •WM*. will run ..-• Ilk* th* IMSOII %  %  %  as hnv 11 i> nuinan %  M, 11.11 1.. %  1 n .11 %  1 U Wnarartl Brtrai Trrtaii • %  *. ntaaai .|W Louis VIHIIH U.\. Sen irc'iiicn In Tokvo Honpilul TOKVO. NOT, n, Joe LOUJa, former heavyweight a) MIH: .hainpion of the woild| i-iit hi. Rral dee afternoon In Ttikyo \ noting wounded U.N %  an ii ihe Tokyo army % % % %  pita Dropping in on surprised itilient> unaiuiouncfd the "Brown 1 MIIH-I found ho had loal little I 1 i-.|nilaniy with U.N., flgh'.• ng men as they eagerly ur round • tl him and directed question! iu "inv tongues. "i ri,i,i. than two hours i-.am.Hig the wards of the hospital cnatUn| with the men, ahaklng hands, signing autographs and i-ovlnn 'nt pictures. —U.F. sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makera of ENRICHED BREAD and the Menders of J & R RUM STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION 1 I:\MIISH, III AK 1 U i'N. NAt %  hrtaMOOB. % %  i*. KNI) STOMACH K)VH)1',R (jrmofci give* ecu aadhj rABlXl iorra. MACE AH IRAN0 Stomach Powder soil AGWIS L M. B. MEYERS & Co. Lid. 23 eosfis you less -to buy the best \ DUMLOP Cambre CYCLE TYRES DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING 10.. LID. ffCKSff/N BROS.) RELIEVES PAIN you** !" "YKAST VIT!:" I* tho only nnmnllsWeT contnlnlni; tho valuable Ionic Vitamin B Wln*n vui taki YM\ST V1TE Table!.. hmt i:oni> — an end lo throbbing lieadacho, Krateful pane from naKin : ncrvr of rheumatic pain. Next YKAST VlTi; helps vmi tofe''! b:tt*r.brlL'hi\\ vour Old s"li aKaln! Yi. Is Jui u food for oold verlhnaa, too. bSkatOM antlpyretlc or fevor-reducing unrredients. • in altackH yon. n'rncmber there'8 nothing; elan lik VKASTVITi: • i'1-k-Me-Up' TaMets— HIM pain reliever which also contalnn ^IlmulatlnK OnflMna and the valuable tonic Vitamin B, HEADACHES 1' NEURALGIA \ COLDS CHILLS* FEVERISHNESS NERVE AND RHEUMATIC PAINS YEAST-VITE I TtBIUIKb t<* MM> "Pick-Me-Up" Tablets



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i'\;i SB M Ml.W ADVOCATE SINDAY. NOVEMBCB I KEEPING A DOG B] in: H SUMNI Lt-MOOM %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  %  the meat While meat i> %  Jl UM dog mptntain goo H <*f at al %  K is Im. i not bod-. %  Hi to the boil **'. loi your dog, in good condition hut do I I stlon %  wUa b the doefi %  m, Anin B] Itvm Ith nit MM I %  '.. Uni ii '' lo t to U FARM AND GARDEN —mmm. %  %  tusks. Bv \<.KH()I A Tlir Onion finlljf %  indicate a Croup of allied pi im'.al sense, since the onion and Ms relatives — shallot, gai .--v—belong la family. The onion proper la believed to bV originated in initial Asia; the shallot, m "i ini\, its name lOWn of Ascalon In Pal* l PtllM <>t which country It la ;. aid to grow wilo In some paru of Great Britain. UM natural habitat of garlic ami leek appears to be in doubt. The group, as a whole. Is believed ti have had its origin In salty, wi. lands With selection g maiizatiun over a long period o: lime, these plants have adapteu I to a wide range of climate and strain* or have been evolved set* of conditions. Thus, in tin Ii will hm been seen that milk w In**" the llermuda or ato mentioned ihi jaheuL lenewwe type. %  mild fl M t-k.n M abao""ion but not a particularly good w-ntlal, good miat broth, keeper, is still the mutt J a p — f wiug HAi.tKii rox TI:KKII:R 11 QUantiU* .aunseasoned soups or other moist shut to *ruw. While fallow and conatc, cod liver or snarl, oil. food* can be substituted. Frered varieties exist. The onion prast. Si.irtin^' with Hi <<ne deflnlui f< %  %  Bermuda uis solid rood i iped beef mixthen theei will no) be forgotten '"' : h v '" %  **" ,nad >' ln l1 "" P* w Add to UWW Alaodovon thfood a dog likes roan, in various Islands >f the an egg. i gnothm :• change Just its we do. Went Indies, to de\. op OrUOn One I week give %  dose of Milk pawing as .. minor industry. The of end U*r 01 %  haik nil of MagneslR this can 1* put in lo greatest WaCeaOJ seems i the a milk or other liquid feed. Do bom achieved in Antigua where. h) 'i Innot U-t a young 1 pup over drink, al one lime, a Grower*' AssociauuUUoi graduolb b) 'i Innot let a young pu, ,-reaslng gradually IIK the pup nears ii is far better to let hun have tinn undertook the co-operative ,,., %  ,. ins fourth month Pol the l.-i|e drinking water two or three times juring. „C dog-maluring weight 38-65 lbs da) Youx pup or dog should for export to she neighbour,.,* ,. oil rt from ten rearing finish each meal nl once and lick i>lands and even to Canada. Both %  V, .,. the (oieaotng quantity by \ and the dish clean. Do not leave the tB ItM I'mted States and Caned.. ' for dogs nuiluriim at over (15 ihs f.-e,ling bowl in Ihe kennel run Bermuda grown onions had eiiletting him feol about with his Joyed a lucrative market in tli< bitch at %  !' IpMedluni breed n ouOtt ••• R food, stand by while he Is feedlni earl) eintei nonQai now I %  real denl has months, a large cup of milk once and if he does not clean up at and California started large -cale ll vitamins both and seven oz*. food in raeh of Ihe „nce take it IWA*. he WtU soon cultivation of thii type of onion. %  u .,I..I inimelado otherSfeede. Lai ebreei : that food is put there for •Ubjed w/elCh too of milk with rusks once and 12 him to eat and not to play IN' if you feed lly and add cod ZINC I obi %  ?inr Id. ndSS" al r %  %  was originally produ Bd 1 tra, and subsiantia %  ie once %  %  comes from the Amei: 1 was discovered in the metallic r — -STOP PAIN ^ QUICKLY with Phcnsic... l & lost of the ni %  par to make jrass. an alloy thai has. •portent tiia-. I ng or "galvani-L k* .., Bgajnat M Is also used as a rooling material %  fsufsjetur f casings for ha". • ulates f-,r -inting Compounds of tne alt leids a^ ptra %  nicnis (a %  proces-inu ..f % Ihe Umous threefold action of PIIENS1C tabletRHI.IF.VES PAIN StH>TIIES NERVES.COUNTERACTS niTKl ISION No matter how M*asM the rvun. no matter how saggr* >-our nerves, md >ou feel, PIIENSIC taMen will bring you relief and riefch Md tsftre. Remember this PIIENSIC tablet* bsfffl the heart nor upsc' the stomach. Don'l accept itntc*. Keep a supply ol PIIENSIC tablets by youl V ensue TWO TABLETS HRINI1 QUICK RELIEF tnOM RHEUMtTIC PtINS. LUMBAGO, SERVE PAINS, IW.IU4N**, NFURALQIA INFLUEN21. COLDS 1 CHILLS >J I %  wait to hi ;. no) roraeUlad whtat %  -. 4a> two or ill not eo I %  b misled bv row dog on a unl, nili>dinte or starchy Itorg in this island should . food twice Urcei Meeds InW ith lln 1 "'""" ff m "*" r l-'" 1 ^ 30 ^ > n to '. The number of daily feeds can view of existing prices for import-,. Medium breeds, 8 months IS oft times not IKstrictly adhered and home gardeners c^ld indeed l large cup of mtUt srIUl to due to th, dog deelsDlna to take supply their own requ.i ,ithM rusks ol cereal lot early ,. certain one of the feeds. Do not during the tirst half of %  >. feed and a generous II upset by this for It is his way by plantings at regular inti the evening feed, l-urge breeds. 2 of telling you he docs not require It has been proved that onion seed cups milk with Creal or rusks It. In all animal feeding the feedwill keep satisfactorily under al ois. food evening. l-arger er must use sense and a lot of Ught c< nditions for five or six Your hair appears caressable... kissable... mechanbreeds Increase by \ to >? Medium thought work out for himsilt moi.Uis, to properly • food mif'i .... l a p. srlth a crtxi I net for some time, ullimin-ceds 15 months a cup of n ill. Uh Dest oiet for his animal. Do n the mm • pound of not pamper your pet or coax him o.| in ih. early evening 1-arnc give him his food and leave him to -reeds feed daily up to 2 lbs of 8 ,t on with it while you stand laordet arfll i>efood but give a cuo of milk in the away. Dogs are like children, they mme ., aith ski" morning. l^rR*nMeeds increase easily acquire bad habits and thus IU) pseQtJ is \— Hbecome pests instead of pleasures. %  idily I but the amount of this .tiould never be more Ulan tu-50', of his dail: feed New Colonial Building May Be Stopped Gavt. Hans 7V. Survey Swamp C'.HKNADA, Nov. 16. %  %  h to IOM Tini< Quite a question and must be (..: Ill, i I., maturity As I am with three types of dot, that is thowweighing from LONDON. „vcr I0i '"' The future of th.HOW Colonial eight Office lo be arected In rtrliament InSquuiiiin i.'ie bulance. Although if ration aetlie foundations have now been cordingls laid. It Is possible that wrork < %  i It will be Mispendeil for ;.n %  l pup from weanindefinite |>oriod. he should i : rlej intU t, i The division to go on or to stop i-. ti on to (Out is exiH-cied t. be ejven to the %  ., .. Ii. 1-9 monthi House of Commons on Tuesday, : 13ihi when the new once a MITU-.NI of Works Mr. David g CUB <>r tWO Of milk In Eeeles |l due to atisWt-i a question Ding, Btufl the tmit rat by Mr. Robson-Bmwn (Conservokll thw good ii' % %  i to crow into a healths animal. A great lie will aah the Minister of ad UD by In Woiks 'whether he will make he ariiingemeiit' to poatpOM fuithei :> in ordei to have capital ekpendlture on the nee !> %  t'oliniial Office in parliament ,. Bouare, and ether Ooei %  l.ta _lraWsie beds rtton rath.r offlces, having n-gard to the drifted VMpar In the tra often than overdo UK* urgent neitl foi bem ,f the No official comment o irouule u delly r tda, future of ihe building is Md IU "'<' able al the monienl but the best icsults bulb egurds germination and jrleld beIIIK c.i,i.niied from Octobe; March. The seed is smnll and expensive, but an ounce or two will be usually sufficienl for small grower; bear In mind th;.t one pound will give approximately 23,000 seedllniis. As regards propagation, there are three meihbeUeved that all buildings at ods: (1) sowing the seed in | •i. %  %  nt actually under construeprepared bed and then transplahttson aHI but that ,„,( u. permanent positions; (2) in. n,-w miis will he commenced, sowing the seeds in IOWS where A Ministry of Works spokesman tne p i an tf are to mature; (3) that if work were uaing ^^ or sma „ on | oni The on ihe MISS building, il mit | recommended as the mos: SA.mld lie po-Mhlc at some ruture M u 8 f ucU >ty. The seedlings shouK' data '" rsMume buUdlni On the w s i ton g and about live Inches foundations now being laid. iigh at the lime of transplanting rMai the plan Hots itMHud Be carefully removed and their rooM lightly trimmed, packing them the same time In a small Ixix w soil lo prevent wilting during the i perntion. In rows 12 im and six Inches in the n>%* Inat the seedlings al the same depth i Cferenunani plans a survey hy we*e H the nu-etry, Ming r of the Laurteton Bare n I to tquaeic the <. i BTUMOU, UM mam ""' gldJ%1dUBl pU.nl win sour.-, of mosoui'.n bree.hng in >"K Ihe -oil .oouud the T th land and h.-hl to be the wil ahouid have been w.n pre. ugiu of Uie still prevailing vipar.xi and manured previously rulent outbreak of maUrln. with preJerebly with rntied dung; then a vktw to Ha eventual dtainnge. *• %  umulanl two woofta unr planting apply a teeix>ootul The swamp, covering about „f VdM f< rtili/er t ten acres, now contains large plant, stirred well into the -oil tarpon which have scared "m IWiiter and keep free of weeds lnmi." of tiny fish usuall> feedm ; 1ml do not nn.nld up the plaie ii the larvae towards the shallo. The onloni are ready for use In ve no* roaw to live months' time. Some. ater Untimes, at harvest time, It Is desi pedlns Ihe treatment of sanitary hie t.> break the tops to Hasten ihe Inspectori. Ofneroua use of D.D.T maturity. Heap, allow the tope to ,iil">'l wholesale house spraying are iliv out and plait in string is moving highly effective. to cure. >''. 1 with PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINEI Be doubly sure your hair ia soil...caressable...easy to manage bv using I'almolive Krillantine the DOUBLE USE Wav: As an Oil for Ma--aer: IJ'fore na-liuig hair, msMBge seslp briakly s-itli ralmolivr llr ill an tine. l>eaie oH on aaalp for 10 wmulr, and then wash. 7hia msatage li'lpa remove dandruff... prepare scalp for peril 11 i haaksaW To Comb and IVrlui... li.Ir: Put ~~ a little PaaaasUn BrillantaM in ibe paua of tbe hand. Hub loud* toajstnari amootb over bsir. And Hever foraet/ Its best to bui| iPlatignum P stADi IM ejam INOISMO PENS from $1.00 to SI.32. ^BAIL-POINTS SI.08 (Refills 36 1) C. L. PITT & CO., LTD. Bridgetown — Barbados



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St WDAYi NOVEMBER 18, 1*51 SUNDAY ADVOCATE FAGE SEVEN THE AMERICAN NOVEL THROUGH FIFTY YEARS! -fj-i %  •_ %  Tmrri % % %  uatwiaxetaful labour-manEdith Wharton xsssiszsXFrtS'. .am* *aar, and this study ol tw B> ANNK liJBUXIU .irtar. involved primarily i.i '"'" "'*"" 11 ^ "'I'll ^?E! n ..n7i Born into a well-to-do fashlona.he moral .ituatlon; their . d.W'JSSf^KSSLSTJUSi .iblc New York family in 186_\ pciuls wholly upon thClr chUttcMi Edilh Nt-wbold Junes married And all her characters are et i Bdwaai Wh-it.-i of Boston In hiaU-ry. at a particular Urn*, in 188S. and illed on August 11. 1837. ipeclfte place. Otherwise, they Her flirt poems were published would have behaved different) in 1M0. her last novel, "The It WH Edith Whartuns pecull Buccaneer*.ponhumouily pubgenius to bo able to describe. nap|)|neM / thoroughly and liU'-ily destroyed, the eternal verities come thundering by. Man yteotUTZwn Ir; BdU the jungles of anstocr behaviour is one of Edith Whar: ton's masterpieces. To read It like watching a fart fencing natch, or figure skating, and then, .it the end. to see ovi dcM-nbr '" %  *f' 1 <* possibilities of human Hshed, was untlnlshcd at her from the inside, four culture* death. In those more than 50 proItalian. French, English, and Amduct^yv yens, she wrote 45 lx->ks. Hatan The Italy of hn !.:si m,\ci. Ine years after her birth, The Valley of Decision." llv ,„ 191| Edith Wharton published what should be a mid-century England of her last. "The Bui-Ethan From*" in 1 %  #12 "Thi evaluation? Was she. aa one cancers." the America of 'Th n ec f and tn 19U The Curto-n hag claimed, 'the greatest Age of Innocence" and the Fraiuv y( |f ^ t ounll y • These Uiiee arc America has known?" of 'Madame de Treymes" ana „ of nor verjr p^ -nu ^^ w „ EdiUi Wharton was a self-made equally authentic. \ nt three of w (l the height of her powe: wntcr. Handaora*. distinguished, her greatest none*. Ethan lK pa^onale. of S i the relationship ii.ii.il, — greatest stones. "Ethai /ell-educated, she Frome." "The Bunner SUters.' chose to write rather than spend and "Summer," deal with what in her life in aimless social activity. an As a vastly popular author, a bestceBea ine lower classes, ror an. , uv ch ulneri lt the most seller translated into every Eurodid not necessarily equate cultuiv Lbariflf of. all her books Sumpean language, as a member ol d civilization with education m ___pu biishcd in 1917 is llv the smartest international set, • v !" J u on w . strongest of aU Edilh Wharton'. socially and iWllectuaily. Edith -With Wharton always write, pI0 ieta,un" studies. This and Wharton Jived her whole life tragedy, her characters are human ..£_,,_ Frome" as she wrote rch h. the pubUc eye. Yc, Jf*ngs totally engaged The pity th .. w thp rMult o( — almost uniquely. *ho never oc"> that she had this tragic gift )loi ,. 1Um) alnollB village* allll ruioncd the least breath of P*rl MM the" only moment.,, bedrowwd ln ./decaying rural scandal. Her private life was 'he worlds history when the UklinWi und md siow-speaknever public property and. ng people. In 1020 Edith Wharton published the last of her really great books. "The Age of Innocence." a novel set wholly in Ihc N 1 York of her girlhood. OuuntaaSsj Ellen Olenska, fleeing fi disastrous marriage, u welcomed home with various degrees cordiality by her vast clan. Amnnp them is her young cousin May. view was impossible.^ Ard jurt engaged to a most suitable man who immediate! ... love with Ellen. Howevci that her recognition of the superMa*. by devious subterfuge; female natural bases of life was to unman-i., her young man and only whatever cost she always behaved with dignity and discretion. What the cost may have been is perhaps hinted in this sentence, mm her book "The Writing of Fiction": "One good heartbreak will furnish the poet with many songs, the novelist with a considerable number of novels. But they must have hearts that can break." How nearly Edith Wharton's tregi' heart broke is proved by the fact perhaps it was even more tragic. young tnat she began to wr)te fiction In both artistically and personally. f 0llf f, earnest at the suggestion of her that her recognition of the superMm. doctor, a specialist in female natural bases of life was so unEdith Wharton. considered by competent critics the greatest woman novelist the United States has yet produced, believed that there was an inevitable connection between effect and cause—that In man's character lay his destiny. ng the new SHOP on Higiiv* j> One at Pert*. .ctlniL-iy exclusive Bracl and Dress Apparel in haiuiprtaUM designs. Here loo, is extury Miniatures. Antiques ant many delightful items of everyday interest such as coasters with in laid cork and most attractive Bitters Bottles that you certain!) woo *ee anywhere else. And thst BpS hrs to everything In Uu HOP, to visit and The new Philips are on then wayPhilips Radios, built lor M: Tropics and unbeatable in performance You'll see them Manning's Electrical Showroo the magnificent 10 Tube Model foi the discriminating listener wot shes the very bestreception volume and lone are superb, the Uundiptead excellent nnd flywheel tuning is %  Philips feature For top dollar value, the 6-tub< Model BX 51SA is extraordinary. In it's beautiful cabinet and wfctr a top-flight performance this one's a •best-seller" Most exclusive shop in la but definitely. Bettina Ltd the Dreu Salon in Balmoral Ga| tph *i*n haw an original coUection of Dresses and Gowns and Ses Island Cotton Blouses Th. WTJ new Organdie Dirndl Skirts and BlOugSM are itifffi Xm.i> ('.if: i u> yourself). You must arrange to see the truly gorgeous Dinner Gowns and the very different dr<*:> Ties from the Continent of Most desirable Station-' I 'Debutante' In soft aasteli luts of Chiistm.i : U] them bond and Calendars for -nice use—all at the J V voeate Stationery Store. You i really hurry along if you sa wrappings. •t. these are in big demand Foi Jooks. of course, you Hunk of th. Advocate selection first, the svlce-. client. Photo and AutoTaph Albums and LCJIIUT Purse Dlrrte>. are also on display. .u is a tourist's paradise, here's something for awayybody at C U. Rice Co on Bolton Lane %  vMUgf ill relish the feathery shmere Sweaters and Cardigans ft in Scotland, colourful lightweight Tartan Rugs and Sea ; Island Cotton Shirts Everyone knows of C. B. Rice's glorious woo 1 .lens (but did you know the prices are never more and often less than elsewhere' 1 ) and tremendous range of ties and socks. The new Jantzen Swim Trunks are i also worthy of i HAPPY RELIEF FROM BACKACHE Nate***" MaW-Taks Doea'. f Jh" VV : nwMtett rheunuth (v-mv lunjgo> >ll. aching mu-.irt and loinli or Ihs cusnmon urioarr diaoruers auc to %  haggiab IviJncy sviion ehrn you aught get BBBJM i Many ihrusands of hralih* B aple bkaa ihr day ihcv %  -* aa'* Bacaache ndne) I ru well known diuretic and uruurr sniisepuc brim .luggh Udaeyi to oarnout their tun.t .m ol rtJding ihc blood of runs uric acid snd other imptinim harmful !>• heslth Grsicful netT-f. everywhere. re."eirocod lVsn'. Pilh to iheir fnends sad neighbours. ilC-DOAN'S-.! C5^ FACE POWDER Jor glamour that btiomt \ you e •.untiuem oi ,, Europe Ilcttlna1^ delightfully "' located and you are most wrlrome to come In and look round neuroses, during a period of certain, so hesitant and halting. tf X *x her death, a "quarter-century nervous breakdown. She is, then. For Edith Wharton, ihc superi a ter. does her husband a triumphant example of sublinatural >eemi to have been the how UP |iberate her Innocence has malion: whatever she suffered eerie, her ethic comprises no duty been. Although free again. l>e frogf. the u-gcUy of her own martoward God. and her rocogmUoti <[,,„ irrt t, y to ^ee Ellen Life u tiage she had been forced to of nemesis does not seem to have ov#ir< olw ^om, not reheat lU divorce her husband when he beincluded a glimpse, however faint leaving*. f..i they ,ue iudlgesub!>came a mental case) was transr broken, of that "supenmpend„ U |ff i and t would be indelicate tated by her genius into an ing design of which the renowned Thereafter, Edith Wharton's ajrtannaj uwurencss of the suffernineteenth-century Roman (ntnonovels were always competent %  lifts of others. But because her Jjc theologian Cardinal John ;(nd distinguished, but never aga own suffering was genuine, she Henry Newman so magnificently r( at< She had. however, prohad also an acute perception of writes. duced a remarkable corpus of I Her compassion is ImF Hith wii.ri.m** flrt i—.k „i siistainedly flrst-dass writing. She mense. and encompasses all ex-J^* ,' \£l"" Cio,i oTshor %  "'>^">'edly the greatest Amcept the hypocrite. Yet her sen*e V,"'"/Vuhh.hed m ^ ""man novelist to dale, tke U Dew COrrod>d by S^LJ^S^.J!L£r \J!2B'With only Willa Cath.r an: thai rust on good and evil. K^^^ZJ, ?MZV£ \ m MO El,dwa W llv wl,ntn even ch l that most terribly presumptuous " n P "CUS' de. Sri 1,,n ln distance. irtues. which should be reg ^J^^'-**?$$ Perhaps what she lacked was and in 1901 by 'Crucial i„. nse of glory. Certainly not form, suinces." a socond collection 0( nor art. nor morality, nor a of beauty — she had an almost p.iinlul awaieness of beauty—nor ved to the Author of virtue alone. Pity implies pride, and pride's spquiiur. patronage. Not the slightest smea udles Edilh Wharton's COI.I, stories. In 1902 her first novel, such pity .. Tn( Vu nf Dec| lan; euhlished which inttantlv lilnJUri tV,:n •> " s t' >t eschiilology, for p M ion. Bar ehM nwa alwjy. ,„ „ u, P [,i, ,2 it i£SjS h" n-'ia '"< %  -l)' %  ";;'.S&i SSS ru "'o r "" %  " *& ni"Syf i, !" < %  <• %  • m* "• %  * %  %  •** %  ctiun. Han am go—into the House of Loutl L, ll,i> ksj just ii L 11 Hire ft Co.) are featuring Handpainted Csstna b) Liusugts of Fr.iiicc Including plaiiues and i-erv. 12 et gld inlay bordering. This distinguished iliina can be had in CigurelU lloxes. Ash Trays and Tea S> rvk-es wonderfully itlerned and typical of the most beautiful slock for winch I-ouls L. i f.imed. Here is your !>."' %  unity to present a gift both unit' iftl and elegant Sil&k Don't %  ufltr the long drawn out aurany nf boils, ulcers atvd *rupiiuna. Ill* 1>. Prexilption quickly brina* rebef by E iri(.in>K drep Istlow iba akla to I the poUunoua ncrnw snd % %  % %  ,-• healing a*n to the moat penUlcm earas. CKT A BOTTLE TUDAi. Obwioable freaa all (hem,... 'SabOMeaarStri Whole Pealed Tomato* -now, think of that. Can't get 'em? Dear reader keep reading this column and you'll get anything. Thcte are VEIX1P Brand tinned Tomatos, Ideal in stews and fries, soups, sandwiches and curries. A ptiduct jf the Bahamas, thevre a most desirable fruit to Include in your weekly Orocery order lok for the luscious red lomatw on it's green and yellow background ami if you've any trouble In finding it simply dial K. J Hamel-Smith ft Co.. 4748 ShcMeld Steel Kikhen t'otl.rv, the very best quality obtain.tile in sets including Spatula. 2 Knivt (one with the very new combined crimped and cuttinit edtsti. scissors and spoon and I'd like to know what could IK> a nuire pracUMI nft than that for your home. C S. Pitcher ft Co. (71) is where you'll find this together with fine 3-piece Carving Sets also Sheffield Steel and many other table requirements including Knive-. forks and spoons Tool> for the kiddles this Xmas. real slie and miniature. So even %  though father can't hit a nail on the head. Junior can start in eai I> j •nd show him At General Hardware Supplies on Kickett M Bg> will sure get ail tin II rei from this YH)man of England. It's the wonderful Turner Tractor, full of features such aUw Tuhulai froiit-nxli with extremelv | Hong and exleiuiaLle dftck. The rugged V-tyiMDal Cnginc ticks like a watch art! haroh .'tlll > judgment, was relationship, and as God Is HC claim or such meticulously aa* future state. At least, she believw i when He creates, so also eilimla autliortties on Italian ln three of them: death. Judgment. is the writer. Yi.u ret nothing for ngtrtcenth-cenlury hlstorv as tho i,,ld hell. She misses heaven bit nothing, not an ounce of aflecUo.i. E nl ls h historian Vemon La*. ". %  tompletely-it was rather thai not even fro-n an animal: not a -Sanctuary," which appeared in "'"' -''""'• her loss and regretted moment of triumph, even over the .po3. is one of Edith Wharton's "• Her nioral fibre was not mad other woman, or the man wh i u btIost stones I'* 1 y that strength which ; I wrong. To her very'logical tron the evurlasling hills, whicl mind there was an inevitable cor.In 1905 Edith Wharton pubCOOkM from adherence to 1 h i effect and cause, lished the first of her really major injunction "to be still and know For Edith Wharton, character was novels and confirmed hci plaw 'hat 1 am God." Edith Wharton** implacably destiny; nothing simply as a superb novelist. The love own strength seems, in the last happened. The doom that awaits story in "The House of Mirth'' analysis, to have come Uastsskd every one of her characters is lifts it above social satire, and from a stiff upper lip Hut at least his own, Inescapably, but it is makes it eternally true and alshe knew Ihe difference, as her also collective; she condemned ways readable. "The Fruit of the tombstone with its inscription "O the whole society ^he portrayed Tree." published in 1907, was u crux, ave. spes unlca." indicates, with her axiom 'a frivolous 10 acquire dramatic significance only throi-gh what its frivolity destroys." So she saw clearly how power, as conferred by wealth, without the concomitant responsibility Implied by nobility and its obligations, was the nemesis of American society. and ol the individuals Making tip klao si\w how the European evasions of respon• itillity. by hypocrisy, subterfuge, and all the devious forms of delion. were not less horrible in their destructive effects. Asthma. Bronchitis Coughing Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes 1-10,1 n....'i AMht* Be— % %  *•> a..i 1...1 4D IIM siigarad aaagft. w.i i... n> n>*rf 4a|ir* ri" ainiihsa. U n- fcor* "C ras . Ml.'". .Ii. I. I..r t— tUlrind fuur %  llk'-V. wm InliKl-uIra ••!*.• ml iriH .if'*p(lin -•. U"""M -•>' in..i nurkt o ihi Mo Asthma in 2 Toon %  ol nal tniia. t I UN. ....... I. iit'ahi ••** a i ol tn•-.(. 'Tiieine aatai-i %  lrnn|" TK %  l*"4ic unJ'f an lfi>n rl>.| in. ni-r Iw'li eai.iiii' 1"H l>o lh linIB* ir "u *• I I—l .nilirlv ••11. Ilka > niav hiv n. and luUf aa>Ii."*d atlar Uklni raluna>d •!•! ManSK* Irvaa r" CSai I.I li-lav and •••> hw ll T<-1 *— ••> tuehr aad how murh bati-r Mj Mi • %  I Mendaco \gpgrjr Burdensome Taxation To Be Reduced MONTREAL. and other consumable technical Another signal achievement in supplies consumed between two the held of air transport wa or more landing points within the marked when tht Council of th* some customs territory of one state International Civil Aviation Orby aircraft of other states engaged ganlzation recently adopted throe ' international air navigation ,. resolutions and onlOcommen. should be exempted from custom* nruS h J ii l „ P u,^ rt;it ""i establishing *,licy re S -iM> and other duties on a reciprocal ;n t t\w,.r.v en u ? '" ,he taxation of in^rnatiorud basis. The expression % %  cygtom. or M-SS^'a vfwLfnuh-ar ? E transp.. r t. These policy -'he, duties" should include IRfl In eJfine;. u2£3£ -i decisions are now being forwardPt. export, esc.se loHl In .x-noiu-n Magazine ^^ t „ A n ._ %  rF ^,— bf *umnt— veatod her a< a tocial hblorian. ?",. '" ICAO 57 ""W Xmt' Ty FullMB of Lite." Edl'Jl n "ihJ*no „ cv „, „. mD ,i on ,ror. lurt.'Iubr.cai.la and ollr consumaa2w.M rs551.JS£-S •^assx^sr^^^ and ,hc . alw B> very ,ubllc in ?"' "* !" L„ „r^Srl "..hi ,uipmenl of inltroah.r apprrclallon of the varlMles of S,',*'"?^** bMI l. ^5 !" !Sii llomil all %  lran.|.rl c-nlerprlca by lova for Edilh Whanon. lo.c . ^. SS^„ !" ? ftS!-SS niam of radppaial STWSMH, unique since the conditions an I l"" c v n, ~ """'" ""^ rorewean rcqu cstod to la its rlrcumitanrci which lurrouad it 'ulurc iich wiU aauire eauiubl. '" ulllr ,iora and axaoipt the in Mm I"' identical in .my Iwo treatment for international avla. *' ralu ^ oI olhe rt .. flying throughout the many JurU^ B? XJB_.. sal—, conand Internal dutle. and al) kinds levied upon the cases. But Ihe laws which renution into its territory reduction of • ,re always ihe ume, tiie, d'ion. into which It operate. "^,3^ are the laws by which we exist, n ? whl f, h "?! •". l ", u *„ d tae related to the sale or use ol and love's uniqueness is no excuse oedent, the 13 London tonveninlctna ,|„ n ,| n ,r transport Is also %  mess, for letting up "on on fuck nnd lubricants. proposed with a view to further..ii behnv.our, lor rvadmc. thr laws Custom Duties ing the development and expan>.i our responalbllll.es. The I.C.A.O. Council recomsion of international travel •" Thus all Kdlth Wharton's char* mends that the fuel, lubricant, trade. V% Q > M 0CB* u a MJUa paaaa. >-,-.'.',-.-,-,',','.-----.'-W^-.---.-.-.-.-.>W>!el ONLY 10c. ONLY 10c. FOR 10c. ONLY THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME — BUT — ONE THAT HAS COME TO STAY! Delltiou. 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Old Colony, 3ienwood,' Victoria!^ BeverlyTand Suzanna, prints—in faihionahle and versiftile patterns—are among Ihe moil xipular\'i'hey^are7ea>^to handle and sew. They dc I imoothlyT^y fresh, wear well nnd wash easily. Look for the identification bands and the "Tex-made" tag on the piece goods'This is your guarantee thai Ihe prints you bujrare the*genuine .sun-last and tub-fast "Tex-made',' fabrics. -TtX-MAOE" IS WELL MADE i



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SI \l.\s, SUM Mini: SI SHAY AliYOCATi: BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE \'\l.\ MM NOW i* the tlm* for with tillJob. lountlng nod two auuuiito help Jockey Quanted THE FINAL PHASE | sample foi llu I Dr. %  C Qoodman Irtf the u|lr THE RACE ll nnlHhcd and Mr. Guy Purchao lo*din Dniry Lane with JoeXey Qiie-ted up. MARTELl^ RACES By O. S. COPPIN i UII ..n,i ,hi;u .n lM*t \t> I %  Ad pundn brfurr thr CfiDd St.in (-challenge* the )ud|"), Hacagcaill T.ine ih."ir necks | ,,ile pas* %  '4ki.ig up his position at %  htU (iri)srannne- la ahodi numocr* %  ;i:it || gob I OB y < km tq OMM IBO raotta Uu LcmbuuUon of the owners reg.*w II Clnllp'tye the Jmi • MI in UM I uudy and %  %  i..i to rto it good five ..nd > half sprint wu!i LM "big B is the sor* of ooniiimi I %  I li-:irn ll.c ..in K. nt < f • %  :: 1 J rat ion thai hi MM mill i.n hOW be' huises cantered down t %  tartar. A Peep Behind Scenes Let us i ike a look at the preparations for any one rMt The ural official thai tx im-s Into play .* one which the ractUf public .irdly ever we* and that is the r i iddook. His Job is lo see that all horses i mining are brought into the paddock, hi the case of any horse not being brought into the padof 1 M Turf club . „ %  .11 ureported lo the StawarfU unless %  ralMtOfl in add l o elsewhere has been obtained from i : %  • Btawordfl and when such per%  tVOD ii 'ee of five dolmust bo paid. Clerk til TinKm Irs The Clerk of Hie tcoiOB, U luo-kmg official behind •he §mm i BOW comes into play. He exhibits a number las allotted on the official card) of each horse and weighs in the i each horse. He then furnishes Ihe starter with a list of such numbers. It || intcieMilig to see him toss two pounds into the scale but this is also a B T.C *ii prove that the horse has not carried too much weight Each horse carries a saddle cloth with a number correspondni,: uiili that allotted to it on the official card and this goes into the scale at weighing in as well ns any hood, muzzle. RM breastplate or clothing to be worn b] the horse. No Whip Nor Bridle Hut no whip or substitute for ..lie plates or anything worn on a horse's legs are allow.1 oil the scnles Jockeys having been weighed ii.t the hOMM for any race am then laddlad In %  %  pact*] %  nclotura und w itehful official eye* .. It..Clerk o, the Paddock nrd the no lew watchful i M unofficial eyes of Owners. Trainers and keen turfThev ml* ar-nnH this .-nail enfew times :eslmg stirrups, saddle and make any last ml"Ute adiustments which thev find to be necessary Keudy They are then ready to go to (ho starting pole and here the %  tnorml public sees them for the They inn. the favourite wins, or there is an upset and Forecasts pay rich dwldoBdo, some are happy others are disappointed and sad. / luck} 1 ivncr or trainer proudly Icadi the winning mnun through the winner's gate and off goes the crowd to collect bets r, %  I lie mi hand to place early ones for the next race •'her picture is unfolded en the letuin to the paddock. Who weighedout before must now weigh-in after the race VVriuhin-In Immediately after pulling up rmlnj and placed Jockeys of each race must ride their horses to places provided for unsaddling ihe winner and placed horses. The other jockeys yield .Lice lo ihOM and dismount and wait at a reasonable distance OWO] The jockeys are weighed aga.n. If a horse carries more than two pounds over its prope. dared weight, he qualification If the jockey cannot draw his proper or daalarcd wcn'iu tli. > .. K of the Scale ail one pound Testiuu Sail* a Thil not tli.end howevei foi hi wlnno) now his to be car* %  tall where n quallQtJ fOti i of the aallva them away m ipeelal v ii ... .i:e -< aVtd % %  %  > ii %  itawai dispute. N m tha aad> for n with pails rf d then its stall welcome ret A warninf ball soon scis UUI into motion again for the next race and once again this ouiet. competent set of pgOjpara 'ions is repeated JOCKEY PAT TLETCHBB (V and a groom toads hi mount tli all ready to l *afcattaaf ..u^li the psdderk gate Itt'fri'shiittf A in riffvratinff NOW they parade in the official -addling enclosun Brighten Up For Xmas Wo have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES I. Ill Hill I!I Lid. 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I' \l.l I I I.Ill' ••I Ml W MlV "I Ml M Ml \\ MIX I MIIKK IS. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE t 1 -I • • IS* MIMH i* I si I Sundav. NVffWtiWr IK. l*l DEFEATISM El.ECTIt INS .,) p titled prophets arc bus :i wm with a lar^'i majority for the Barbados Labour Party %  .. lie opinion In Barbados, no (Gallup poll to assess what tin' people are thinking, But irw that the extension ol tinfranchise to ever) i .1 2\ will have a con%  i on ihe altoUotM. Kothini rertain can Iv known until the voles have One f< aching elections hOWtVi %  and UTgtBt comment DOW. The 'Bushe' experiment In party has been continuously condemned by j n O| Barbadians as certain to increase racialism and to disi white minority from active participation in the political life of Barbados. Events have only partially justiiiei this pessimistic (oncost The voters of Barbados have hitherto shown themselves far more intelligent and far more tolerant certain politicians who have unashamedly appealed to racial prejudice to gain support for themselves. The success of the Electors Association in obtaining ten out of 24 seals in the recent House of Assembly proves this point. The Electors Association is the only political party in Barbados which is not preoccupied with racialism as, the maintyiing ol its appeal lo the electorate. White politicians are elecled by coloured voters and coloured politicians are supported by white voters. In the forthcoming elections the Electors Association are offering several coloured candidates. No other political party in Barbados can bt satd to represent all the people of the island. The Barbados Labour Party despite Ihe inclusion in its ranks ol one while politician has signally failed to convince the white volers that it is not predominantly concerned with the interests of one colour only. Whatever may be the personal views of Mr. Adams the rank and Hie of his parly have shown little regard in their public statements for any bui the majority. Some Labour politicians have no other political weapon than an appeal to colour, buttr ess ed by abuse ol the "white HCpIofl But il the Labour Party has been unable to purge its politics of racialism, the Electors Association has suffered from the infection of apathy, fear and defeatism spread by many who profess to lw its supporters. This apathy, this fear, this defeatism has been most marked where il ought least lo have been in evidence. The large property owners of Barbados, the landed i vo the largest interests at stake By education and tradition they ought to he in the vanguard of any political movement dedicated to the service of all Ihe people. Instead they stand in fear i I and hold themselves aloof from the other. There is every reasOn to deplore the fact Barbadian politics no longer appeals |0 the yoiiru: country "squire" as it dOM in England. The Conservatives won ihe lasl election parllv because of I*ord WoolIon'-, brilliant handling ol the party machine, partly .because the young Tories never lost contact with Ihe people. The lish countries is still predominantly Conservative. FTere defeatism, fear and apathy have prevented young men of ability from shouldering a task which privileged position in the Community nqullM of them Some of them have not even been sufficiently public spirited to register. Yel despite iheir own lamentable falling away from their responsibilities, this class, il olasl it can l>e called, has joined forces with those shitting irresponsible Barbadian voices that criticise the Electors Association and accuse it of political ineptitude. If there are detect! it be found in the Electors' Association, thpsc .Meets are due primarily to the apathy, fear and defeatism which mark tho e who ought to be taking an active part in raising its banners but who stand aloof and criticise. Vet i tamed from irresponsible critics and the limits within whirl 11 I • operate liecause of widespread political apathy, the Electors Association continues to function as a major political party m Barbados and provides tin rt4 this island with an elterr i PATt) K (, vcrnmcnl. Bushe" party government convinced educated opinion that Ba:' i nettled, from But until the M Busfae M experiment hafl been abollihed, II is ehildand; bewail its inlroduc%  % %  i I truth than the trite i going Huron: : i>ados must no through ennt through. This %  %  kind The only l the dictator%  lion %  ; majority in tin; House. advance IHUr bonk which ha, b* which political party will be IU lifwlc" jm^llkM,", but there is n reason whatever for assuniwhuh ..re all it is pwible to of;:„.,..:, %  v. /:.'...,: h V' m Association are tial facts simply arid dean %  : An. They ere .. %  • %  ol the community, ami the numb dally. History Off Barbados B% HKIT H\Mll|ei\ ,,,-d. and a clearer picture! rsUevad f they had been taken ajBaar, It would then have, that the the gratitude of the Islan-iers, "Not..nee" Bills, by which in 111? ho ha\. : %  face Ihe m*slve oldei i .i Uttle Uss than j like Sehomburgh undPoytr. Uon" proposrr.gh' hive al !" H9t l It is reasonable to ask %  %  "' ^u kind that It shm. suppomui good io Bod Iti i as anythlnej other •.;'.;:'.:','Sss ,%: %  .•,'. %  ,: ,'---*,'--.*,'.-,•.-,*,*.-,' NOW IS THE TIME To Paint To Varnish U putt.ug thei*events, uvin an rxUeniely hard one W do n,, ..i.ri f„r iiiMance to ft ml > !l -w '' 1 Tl.e appearancejrf Uto Uttls - 1. d to^hr iw M the, alw-y are, with Ugon-, I6J7 map on ..th. Colony, the Uav < % %  '' .-Sir Wdliin/courtoer. lai •*£ ruined bv the squabbles of gr?ei. eously in one m courtiers seeking Mtontt I %  ' *** n teMt 9UC edition hf apathe* i I—wnc*-cesmful in o.v*ting lirectly m '"ecu Bto secona in pi i it u.i lion of less gjerats than two pages would dispose oi mistration or the surplus space, which has been The funds of Ihe Caribbean Comi arc provided exclusively, by the four metropolitan countries of the United Stales, Great britain, France and the .,, K,.,d„ m „ r l heNc.-h..,la„ rt ,TheU„„, ; " ciuiti ibutes rt8.4 per cent, of the cost. Qreal Britain 34.3 pe;cent., France 16 per cent., and Holland 113 per cent. Local Caribbean Governments contribute nothing to the Commission, but they pay for the travelling and hotel expenses of their tog to ihe biennial West Indian Conference These conferences cost the ;.rea thousands of dollars every two years. MV* at he he; The development modern map or the Island, Tn. 1Y consideration for of the const Jtion has always latter is Ml beautiful, and will bi (are of the aSS '"*cd with Uie of no use to anyone not I CartUle is revealed as political history of the Wand that with SB enormously powertu What he was—a ruthless exploit,, some dupuosl w would have been magnifying glass. Light On 1 lie Funnies I C. S PITCHER S CO. To Re/Miir... ; UEEORE XMAS! We Stock Everything $ You'll Need For The Job ; •'.•.•,' r %%' f -, t e r ',' r '.' r -,'^,' f t ',' r ',*.'.-,',' t f t ',* t ','.;;;','. ; ',;;',*+ ',*^-> The annual revenue of the Caribbean Commission slightly exceeds U.S. $341,000. Must of il is spent on overheads and in salaries and wages to 70 people who work at headquarters In PorVof-SneJn, Out of tins year's budget no more than $10,000 is available for promoting research or .iny other work of benefit to the area. Let me admit It. One glance al ; the front page of the A4va>te i is t-nough for mc. and then fr"' the unrelieveu gloom of world I news I escape to the conde strii* nuuion the two wen quite witch-doctor did lha three-card -II %  oqualntedi yet when she hick with tho Usjar MUI the KU-1uppeared ever the horl/on in TinOooi Jeep and %  cloud of sand en and constitution Uta tarTunu or Biz.-: tig field for *peconlv page where" I can be or wheiever il was. he expressed ulaUon The simple miu't core % ore th.t ituRinln -the ethical, iilUe reitrei. No doubt :-.o was rui* the countrv with Bengal; thai not the politicil HiKhl—wUl <>nso!ed by the almost Immediate „ tl | v showi hOD KtfDBle i always IIHA l ice ,n tho cartoon of a TV, pooplo !""k 10 be of Bantu Hi, only about *ix months 1*1 .n. mguishablc from ol perttapi H Inn th. -inre I l>egli*n to r'--d the funnies Sabje lo Ihe i ikad eye, but reInfluential Sir Ah lba Times, my breakfast fire in lotting bi the r.ire geographical KCMd'i Wfjon .. turban like EngUind contains nothing comol TabrU n YMS* Indian, gad his he parable. But six months' study Tabriz brought a language ;iri ( v „ 1( n ,ly European*. [noJesd h;. I wide ami almost virgtn ArM er f Owwera .who ar e dressed ponuiwmdad to htm by Dice, the etCtion t> this knowlfor tf,e Hwher CrlUcUm. Uke SenusMi in %  s omewhat Ami rkvn gambler whom flond English, maintaining the ,,,,,.,„„„ Il( .,, ,„, ,,„„,> „ lVk : kaOUBT* An immediate edge would be the observation that the Commission doe* nol appear to give as much as it might to the area, were there more concentlftllon on the needs of the area and less expenditure un the? Commission itself. But this observation cannot be isolated from other aspects of the GoairnJgglon'l activities. The Commission has in recent years produced substantial quantities ol information and res'arch which are valu•ble If Iheir application to Ihe immediate needs of ihe area has been less successful, any such failure cannot be fairly attributed to the Commission. The fact •hat yj rxetic flavour by adroit use -t . iportsrace the telling u-mosyllnble H before I (Huia aavlon Mend ';;,. Mv gre-Jt ret{rel I much of fundamental importance happened, us it were, before n imiiequently I %  "" TNT. produce, a correspondir.g invited U> accept Us natural Nordic effec wiul the word things which in, fact both aston%  n.n j Once t„ ba sure. Tabriz, ish and puuliin^Tlic Phanloni, viniiinM a word of commauil lor InatanO' That shin tlRht In,, ; Arabto script, but Hazard soon | tegument he wears. Is il rubber, damped iown on that. "in : Or nylon or sei'r.ucker? Oous it r :n K IUht' lie snappod. He need Henna 11 %  null WOUld I* OOfcTAI is of lha Atiiinuc %  to have absolute power. Not evei a nnanea Cornmittae! The Qm iMiui'.. uniform resembles thai keep him warm, or ward o-r n0 t havt • %  "V lh< btUsStg, .Mrender him invisible, y^i wh a t T briz said lo her %  * * teet him from mosquitos? hemhnicn n il • speUad "Abdul'"' Jhat of Amn i And how is It that whan, on u cigsa-ettes'. ? f '' a l rms '" ,•**• Baeond rni going into action, he iheds his x a matt f of fact. Johnny halr-atyle, by lha irav el ling ulster and dark glasses. n/.aro • Un k Jige pioblems ara Interoslinglj wltl U ho apparently also takes off his 1(> thin; to tl.< "hantom's; but itears? All Uieso things have no phantom, whh Mrnuchal tm %  ^e includes what I uk. doubt been exolalned nt -*me „. gambling hen U be ailerons, or gflls, or ant time. I wish I'd been there. ti(k u ou h ^ sk. 'l-bexlecked throne All OtOM ara only | few of tin lint perhiips they never were in ( | R heari of ihe |un|J problsnu wtikh ii INTERNATIONAL PAINTS LTD occupied with their own urgent internal piolilems that so far from b*i&g able lo take adventage ofl all the ueoful InformaUon provided b} Ihe Cowmigetnni they are often additionally harassed by question''i',,'"' naures from the Commissmn looking information from Ihem. The remedy to this situation is obvious. The Commission should make greater study of the more simple requirements of the area and try and produce Inforntetlon and research thai hi less remote from the daily routine of Weal Indian territories, see the curtain Hue on the adven| 1;I ." S clock e speaks ull IanRies Thi Itsfjn I tures of Johnny Hazard, but no Bli;ii .,.. < ,f i.. hsngua#i of tha DOrfaaps Us buried In Us ever explained just how .. Advaeata: but personally md Why he found hlm-elt, as ( ,,.,1) h:)V(> )o ),_,,. f .„ vou will remember he did. in the vh Brat instalment, uetns B (r() hlt .., vour ,(,ape." Hut O prodded .... Jtllin i B cor puzales. I .on sure Ih. I ei-wuin^ -er u 1 "" { '-' ,v con* ,t, * so k "' "Hr.nRm K t'p Father" W8! (Chrlstliin name' o, sur' %  nci.lenU.il>-. comtor it ippaarad in 1912—the yesi II rla Mblgs i awn* Sable fi. tine" Buent English, or rathe i i thine 1 cv.r he e, ilalmed what I > %  !['. Hui not. \dv*e4le. mean, or Sable MaeAndrew?) 1 judge from the tone of their r-.iNil TinOn The Fence Hut Ihe str.mge^i reason for the Commission's continued existence II its international character. It is the only raglonal organisation in the area in which Ihe four great nations with interests in the Caribbean can find a meeting place for exchange of ideas. The promotion of International goodwill would be alone worth the cost of the Conimissi.m. Vet even here the results of international co-operation do not seem to be passed on as successfully as they might within ihe area There is great ignorance among the peoples of these territories about their British neighbours. The mutual ignorance of each other existing between British and non-Br'tish territories is colossal. It is not an unfair criticism to suggest thai were the information department ol the Commission less anxious to praise the work of the Commission and more concerned with the spread of simple information about the territories, more might be done to promote international understandsmonfl the people themselves. The West Indian Conference which meets every iwo years al great expense to the territories themselves, has become an embryonic Caribbean Parliament in which poUttdani rave much to say and then the whole Incident is closed. As a means of getting together Iwtween selected representatives of the area Ihe affair may truly be described as a howling success: but that any practice] benefltg follow from this ex%  evi nt is something about which %  a overwhelm* %  mission must continue to exist. 1 il Seel has politely hinted the time K taking is overdue I N lirtand. where most people It* NATII\>lKI. 01 imiNS •Ueva in fairies. Mr. M...:o-n, Umeru-k Ciu manager, has ad-tween dusk and dawn with no liultted that the site of a housing trouble at all. all. ... the Mound of naltynanty Calling All fairies Ceg will have to bo changed be* s a matter of fact, it might 'cause of obstruction by lepref\ ,,. tllV (H ^. n H bad Idea. 'chauns. in these difficult times, to appoint pbles built by council „„,„. tab-to to Qosgramsi during the day were o>* butoad of K n in) peers. n.olished ovet night by the tittle Although one hates to brig ..cnnle about one's family. The GobanThat is why Mr. Maefcon JM s ., ur was also invoked for a good rtated offleially. '•In order << t vo yield of butter during a shortage. our people houses, we will have to | f t he people behaved themselves. dvi m to the fairies" he provided enough from nowhere for everyltody Those who kn 5^23i ?JJ_ Bl 5J; George could do from alm*l any,M1I undestand that this „* wn( lh ^, ne ^p,,, ^ | was the only course open to Mr. huvr „ lhemscIvi .. or not Matken. %  > If you oppose the fairies they Allvbody wilo u m „ preJu ,11 not only turn your milk sour ^ %  ins% fulrir can 8ec lh(lt and cross your baby s eyes, but Th( fiobanMOr wouW have been o.uld easily turn you into a goat morf utotul as aS8U itant to the or a pig. major than Dr. Charles Hill. ha f you leave them -lone lha* h to the Mtfa I astonishing co-or*raiton i( F „, d ,,.„,.. .,,.,,,, ^ r n „„. irchlU may i;iti ,„ ; „,.,,„„.„ wilhou ''^ lo J! n ing I darasay poinl Mi • %  din^ ,,,„ 1P hc Mnw rt llh m9m ,'8ter of Housing h.s ,,. lrt „, v heese, and eggs. Uncle Ni 1 x nut |f |h(iy had .p polnltd hiin an authorMinister of asassllfa. ha would nave in-.-, lantnan giv.-u us his bveh magic ale Ini AecorduiK to this humorist, anvat--d of Mrty me dicine, eutlnui ibody bearing the name of t.ubtm 11W| (lf fr „. (1|MI „ ,.. .bins U n descendant or Tha l(f .. king us all well Gobansaor (pronoenced Cobbananrt h(mpv Isair). a gifted architect who later 0n lhp (lIhl| h tlil lf Ioo many became a fsiry and passed with p,.,,,,;,. thrived tco long on nil sJa, honour Into Irish mythology. f n< nSt of oW 8 ge The GolAuaor not only built ,^,,^0,,,, ^ couW Iurn M the the round towers of IrclanW oM f „ ;k m ,„ Which were oneo the rtOT^CVW ^^ „ of holy relics, but also built f.h, ffir cv ,. rybody llV Iwdinil ^ hn f caaoas ovatntttri rf (l( MUO B to the other. • the Prin-.' K Qubblr, tud been appointed lU 'hmk this^, ,.f Housing he would How lo Do it not h..ve bedUaad t ask be %  A CORMSPONDENT hai r^ed ancestor. %  %  1 I I how Lo would probably have made him hit write .. column. leers about nepotism. tersely. "Be alv Lns, assisted by The ttul Gobansaor. could build houses beWhich i-n't a great help ( you are Just beffcnlng ;""' havenl i'. lo bo ahOM with. it '.tie beginner would Uki ce from .. veteran, i U Writing a column, or even masterpiece, is so simple th.. you'll laugh when I UsU you Uv It means no more than havinji the right Ideas, .-noosing Ibt Is and arranging the" in the tight order. Shakespcan adopted this method with n markable When the technique has bee all you hare b 1 buy .' pi I 1 a pene nnd start writing. But don'l spend a lot of mm.. RtWl Iter, desk, and rafarenee library until you ar sure that other |>eople, apart fn t %  like your column. Assuming that some other pc son (say your mother) Uaw tbut IK to me) uiii eae what 1. 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r AGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18. U5I CHRISTIAN MISSION CASE -JUDGMENT i turner*!. THE ''ona re_ Uvta but a * : iJiii u the remaining provisions usual mud* Th tejaiusauon, as its name lives from abroad, iric Ctuiauu ,| l( Sl ,.„,„_ n my vie* iik: LH.^ according founded I" the l > MiMtoo oWf the yean having „re directory ooiy. (or to hold appearing for the ikfaDdin.i in ol 4nu ccmury or just beexpanded in accordance with Oie oUwrwiw would mean lhat newon ihe failure of the Herald *JH mcrporawd by Uie hopes and aspirations of iu compliance wllh them wuuld reby way of mandaimii to seen ** %  4n*Uan MtsMee, Act. .§•— 5. founders, -alt in serious general Inconthe revival of the Herald or u gu ;-> >< %  Icast one month previous to law •• h v ***** ^""" "' such meetings.' accordance wikh Uie Act by the 1 bar* referred to Section 4 of the ^f!!.,??^. 0 *an*g*TOni P !" inunlng Missionaries for such %  certain conflict In the evidence. work . > I And that the Keverend I i > s* %  %  would cite the ference to the needs of dc-llJanuary. This meeting was not %  ut unoecunlnd Held* of attended by the Defendant, .he %  .ild . publishing and Reverend Hoyte. nor by member* ..inn true s and other of the out-going Board of Man%  rorka which may be adapted •gement. As a re-son for Una 10 the same purpo ; 8nd . ._. non^t.endance and in spue ol Jg^^TaiaaJsae. 'XX'Si 2*5! ribin %  w methoTof whereto the Hoard al afeoaje""iV"'*:. ... %  %  u .."f--, „, n t -nuiined In ntak* nil-* n ,h,a Pnl 1 would die m< n A.. ... prop.,., . ^ r ,3;i h „„r,;,e„a o ULro; SK^TETH*S ^s^fSR-^-^r^sii'-u II irMMkrlM cuiaucl lrf ,, vc<1 nd ,,,„ „„„,,. „, nK. nd Itow .IU..IIW, . !,„,,,„„„„ 0 M ,.„ h pr^-rtb,, '"" view of th. Upcxnki* M lh. ^ „2iu BLHII £ " %  """" "" <"">" IU ~ bodl Bourn-vita M UI..r> ol tn, M.s ,<.,. „, vlaw of h hup|WlinK ,„ lb. %  % %  "•,£?£; £J?Z,~J"" no p.nuul.r .IK. ol .IMIon.' Management for the year Registration Office of this Island cedure, and It is in the very utii.iiand diversity of these thai x ^ 9 gr^ve dlffl. .ill* in interpret, ion The pr0 p rio i v of the lies. A large part of this subnrand hp election of the 26th -if the 'meeting of the repreeei.tadniute legislation is the work of January are challenged by lh<* lives'. U is to be remembered that person* who. though they might nefcndiints. who, anart from the the terms 'Mission' and 'represenhave been wor hy member!, of admission in the PlulntifTs' pleadtatlves' are denned in the statute ihe Mission, were unver.cd in ing thnt the Reverend Hoytc anil ,md I would quote from the the drafting of rules and byeother Defendants were properly the IntcrpretaUee. Art. I94B—9. law*. Thus. It la not surprising arpointtd to their respective Section 20— that nfftrvis of many years standoffices for the year 1948. contend 'Whero an Act confers power thf movement were eonthat all election* and appointments un any authority to make any -Ihclr mindo as to whji subsequent to those for 1946 are subsidiary legislation the follown.les-u-ere applicable in parUcuinvalid on the ground that the Jjtea*sr>. mectlnga at which they were made From the outset, difference* "** Improperly convened which arose were settled wlthm At this sugr an namlnat on the body and a" went well with /, s cllon ot ,h f t 1 Mrp0 |S in itlfUl Mi*sion until totatUl seems desirable with a t JhJi ihi vinw * determining the natuie 'hlch"ho\]id ' %  ProvUlons. whether ther ,M ure mandatory or directory, or whether some are mandatory and others directory. The section of the rule referred to above wiUwut complying wlah It; un.eads — thought lhat the term 'meetin* ni ,e ,"" t i|S, prrion who have a .. llnB rf „^ rfl r _-, I the Mission' would comprehend right to notice are actually sumll£'T!ff £££&?& m "* in % ^re-ntatlves,' !" ** -ammously a. Loot | In compliance with Section 8 of Mansfield, delivering the Judfneetlns tho Act is there any mention of rnent of the Court, aaid— kg the usage, the notice must be given by personal summons to those who an within the limits of the] borough. But that Is om.> I pan of the usual notice. There I must also be a bell run hair lacVs: it gCttSJ a dressing as well a* a health-giving lotion; il contains Purr Sihikrta, the hair'i natural fooii A lew minute*' daib rrwunf wjlft aatvtfcrtn Lotion with Oil will biing new Lie. health and vitality to your hair, and will keep it perfectly groomed throughout the day. VITAMINS CIVi HIALTH— / I AL7RA GIV!S YOU Onlr ras seat that ssoaey cam hu r lood enough lor you ALT** Cod User Od coauiM 108,000 lac Un.u of VHim,n A ind 11.000 Ini Uniu of Viu'nm D per ouncf Compare this •IUIU* *ir*|fh with ihit of any other cod Iw o-l and you'll tmm ALTRA gl*s rau twice the slu. %  m Potency COD LIVER OIL CAPSULES 14 llir.li Street. Brldxetown. ward Ihe end of 1948. Itence and harmony be a distinguishing feature reltffiotatbody gnvr pi ire to strife and diaunitv. culminating in the division of the member* ol \: i|,n mto kgro rhnl rscing provisions shall unless the contrary Intention appeal*, have effect with reference to the making of that subsldimy legislation— . fb) expressions used in the subsidiary kMlalaThe rule adopted In these cases lion shall have the same rewas- here there Is a usual f sptctlvc meanings as in the Act """hod of noUce, that usual conferring the poV/er . me-hod cant be dispensed with., It may well be lhat the framers Pg^cy" the |a >ectlun^ be good) the rule referred to above \ Silvilcrin LOTION WITH OIL B l anilsllgi l is l i l ss e itiihiiid f sl f iiiiaa r >>V **' %  'W('i*"| ••" %  wawAjes, In the proem proceedings, however, the Court is noi ciied upon, nor is It its duty, to Inveslu-ile and decide on '-His factional dispute, and 1 therefore tmplsasixe that the quejlions . i %  1 It-i di-cision are *olel> CODcertaCd wuh the validity or otherwise of the election* of General Superintendent-and boards of Management. I would a.!.! that it b regret.able that the in this unfortunate disptlte could nut "die tlieir dlffei • ticeg miii ihemtielven without i la litigation. The original suit was filed on the S h day of July. 1949 and in it the plaintiffs cl.imed:— (a) An account of Ihe dealings by the defendant wild the moneys, good*, effcr and property of the Ml: n of nifli Bearing this itmously agree, rule In mind in the month tone and place and upon hut in view of the definition In •renreavenwou c "* scen 'hat the mee'lng pur „ f ,K* aeeinra. of tn representatives which met on the 26th day of January SM.^S £~S== — rt "" *• "*"" lauvc'. and In that all notlc a. shall b. prmrlaM lor %  '"< '"" "i' hlc T !" „ i u :., i "d whloh purporll lo .tori .Ball bo wbmltud by lh Bo;u-d "•.,'., > ,.',' h ' 4 T„ I vend In E S 7 & shall be submitted by of Management, and Superintendent and Treasurer shall be appointed for the ensuing year, and such OoMroJ Superintendent and Treasurer shall thereupon also uiinu-uiately nominate a Board of Management for the ensuing year, and ;.uch nomination shall be submitted to the some Superintendent and was improperly conthat The usual mode o* Jng. i.e by notice printed In the Christian Mission Herald. had iK'en departed from without of affair* and to eieci a General nc ,.. msen of fcn d „,deed deSuprlntendeni and Treasurer. spI|e tne prol-u of ^rt^ of I pass now to a consideration In nMr ntlt |ed to notice Hence. CMUWeUon with the publication .i thls Court holds that bhe purnoiicea of the meetings of the repported election of January, 1949 lesentaiives in the Christian MbW as a nullity r slon Herald. This periodical was [„ the second eaae. there was subsequent meeting of the rep" nd '* a PUOlseottoa of the type IO valid election in the year %  eaantauvos u. i,. nm-.ii, -a br oo ttfjtd w wo proanblo of Uka lotl • u>ta taa} pwofoe loil Motthnt UUIPOOO for thefr conilrmaAel y lst an fa ( n my v i ew lnBl Kttt ,, be present at 10 SO a.m. dlstlnguishabU ftratly on the REPRESENTATIVES lakes place on (date; the Manlreal Street Railway Corapin; v. Normandui (1917) AC 170; It la' noteworthy that in me u>rm ,of ne charter of the 'The question whether proChristian Mission Herald aa reborougfi which granted vision In a statute are directory vived by the Plaintiffs, the notice hr Mayor and Burgesses or imperative has frequently u printed in similar terms. trilr successor*, that the Mavor arisen In this country, but il But in fact, the Christian Mis(ind cap n a i Burgesses, and Cornhas been said that no general sioti Herald commenced pubUca„ )on Council, for the time being rule can be laid down, and thut tion some time prior to 1909 and or X bt major part of them, should in every case the object of the during the many years of Its exnave power for ever after, pearly, statute must be looked at . Istencc. the notice referred to „„ the 9th dav of October, 'o When the provisions of a statute ,,bove appeared annually during rhnse one of the Aldermen to !*• relate lo the performance of a November and December. Than Mayor who. being sw.irn. should public duty and the case is sucn it cannot be denied that over a bear the office of Mayor for one that to hold null and void acts lengthy period it was the usage lira r then next following, and done in neglect of this duty to Kive notice of the meetings o.' i ( ,fi( another should be chofeti In would work serious general InraproaiontattTOg. in part ut least, hfj p!.c convenience, or injustice to perbj lu.tuicatlon in the Herald. InWith this case must be cornsons who have no control over oVed it would appear that over pared the case of R. v. Ptiiliiw those entrusted with the duty, this period all those responsible, r 17201 1 Stra. 394 where the and at the some time woulo o t incorrectly though it may have charter of the borough nrOpi promote the main object of the been, treated the matter as though awnv old forms and prescribed n [•egislature. It has been tho 'Mission' were synonomous with new method of summoning and practice to hold such provisions 'representative*', and dealt with election and directed that the to be directory only, the neglect B „i e iv (5> of 1914 as If 11 apmayor should hold office pro uiio of them though punishable, not p ]„.d to meetings of the reprennno in'coro tune prorinu* affecting the validity of tho tentative*. Thus, publication in %  eo^teilie', then in in these ctrarts done.' the Herald of the notice above mmstancos. it was held that 'he From the above it seems clear became ihe usual method of sumright of holding over was lahen to me that the term 'annually' i mon-.ng meetings of the repreaenaw mandatory, and it would follow taiives, and according lo the Moreover, in the pre*iu ca*c. ;hat the terms 'for the past year' m .,dr-nce was so recognised. %  '•• annual election of a *•"*•' imd 'for the ensuing year' havi, wu urgue^l for Uie Plaintiffs .Superintendent and ir*.e*..re is d appearthat In December, | ng te n used, and the first me '.that after ihe cessation of the made by the icpte-entative. 1948 representatives of the lng of representatives under trie publication of the Christian Misthe Churches of the Mission. > fhurehes had been nomina'ed Act having been held in January, jton Herald In 1946. any reaaonreeponee to mmmoii by the meeting of repreecntatlves a ble form of notice was sufficient letter, there foregathered In the must of necessity take place In to take the place of the usual l land not only local representsthe month of January. With remode. If It were the recognised jgeMWaaMliaWaaaatWI Never be without RetuM. n (.imiiui timi-.-tioM hlp In "ill-mi of bomM throuihoul th* worM II lUr p*Itcl Witrr-il'it. Utl toi i-nUhlng body o-loui. mid Hirllcularly lnvl|or&IliiS ) %  > Oi bath -Il'r I IntUnUy p i!<•>• %  Iriaara-t hurl and %  oii|j. and t.k-. LI .. MB* %  ( at uitd (Ml. IndupanaabW lor all houxhotd .•• U.K. It prolorgi Hi. HI* of •!) dfMoM BjtrM and nylenl. SCRUBB'S CLOUDV AMMONIA caap I I F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD. S l'".i. BarbadoH. B.W.I. ATTENTION GOLFERS! An accident on the links could cause you much embarrassment or lav you open lo puvment of heavy lOtiifMiisatlon. Allow u to issue you with . A GOLFERS' INSURANCE POLICY that will give v.,.1 full proti-i -his risk. • u pooe 11 Bi>|lB* CaptMlty ISPS ii H f mm %  i.HlliH 4 era*. BkBgjaen ,.f ku. 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-I M.\\ Mill Mill | I-, |.,;,| Sl'NDAT Mix 01 Ail PAC.F II I XI S YOUNG PEOPLE BUILD SYMPHONY Mil.in-. Ir..in Ihi T> -ll Of It!.SUIttll'IH oil* ml Atlanta OorgU, have dcxf-Up.il a ymph.in> •rrhrslra which ranka a anon < thr leading mastral ersanl" "'"• In the tailed si,i B* HIMFIEO WILKINSON In four brief season* '.he S>mWimtra of Atlanta, the %  uf Georgia, has achtcviil an •-nv.aouposition in muiic tirclcs In the United States. Although 10 young in years. It i* regarded us one of the 25 majoi % %  leading orchestra in Ihi can Beth. The present symphony oaTSnaaa> tra owes il existence to the Atlanta Riga School Orchestra which gave Its first concert on Februaiy B, \\,\j. roday'i. %  fesstonul musicians from all over Hut tho group % %  %  . %  cians who originally pU the hlgfa (Mi .ind now are mature, %  original 100001 Orchestra cam* tin organization ulk-d the Voiuh Symphony from Symphony, augmt'iitcd l.v musicians selected from all .if the UnHad States, became the Atlanta Symphony Oi January 1947. During III past TWO >casoni this orchestra has Included on Its coni the Metro) Company "I Now York, and internationally known pianists. When the opera star RIMSt.x %  : night of the 1860-81 season of the Atlanta orchestra, the lieauti%  %  front of the stage and said: "I am going to say lomeUunt: to jrou i ii..vn toU an audience before. bat you must IKn pruui ..f such .. wondarrul orchestra and eta lor. riupopular pi.mist Oaoai Levant, who appeared with the orchestra In the spring of 1B50, showed his appreciation of its ; on I .seven-city tour with him thifollow itu The majority uf the guest artists are surprised to find that with the Atlanta Symphonv r ->nlv one rehearsal Orehaatra baton a con casionally two oi int..r.-hcars.-il. inged in advanea, only to have tho artlat and third rehearsal unnecessaryThe orchestra itself i too aftafrnoon, two or BAM n week, during the concert -. n ptofaa stonaL The refnaining 15 are outatandlng young musicians who are happy to be chosen to piny with ti'ic orchestra for the estperlence. As they acquire profM%  ional polish and expei..xroll. The Atlanta Symphonv Qrchee> Ira h., r m i apprai WILLIAM ODUM. s high (secondary) acbool student Blayi f.u 1m mother and teacher iiefore bin sac* on tho coincrt Ugo with the Atlanta Symphony On %  has become in foar ranking ••ymplioiiy orchestra in the M>uthen*trrn part of thr United Btatea and one of the 81 leading OrclieMas In the nation It N composed of prof-r.l I null number of talented amateur* from the city'*; nchool* young women ana men *io had hj] i I high school. i remained with Miss Q*Callaghan 1848-50 Sas but nothing was done about it a* I" Into. However, talented the onlicstrn was increased b bony b) young musicians In Atlanta were 51, while the encouraged by scholarships numbered 35. Five nationally the mualc lo IM* played, awarded to members of the high km school orchestra for training at appear In concert with %  Dr. Muddy s summer camp at orchestra during who 1949-50 The chlklran also hear broadlnterlochen. M the Atlanta ai hool Henry S*.pkln. an out a %  ) Bfhlch m, youth symphony conductor, first Local napapoia, ami elude il the music 4l ( went to Atlanta to conduct tin rlU lha eonccttp.. bUgO combined high school in the campaign to keep tho The if "ah ni 1944. The yOU Ol %  RTt li-Hlgh *^" people aid v.eii undai hi ol tinconean I i particularly Judgment m irom paae '• I'ravtv v. Foot, and Mil already Utdkotad, it HI that an annual election in Jan. uaperattve bi lara followi thai the i IW>1 to ... m tUa %  neitiv i the Puuauati nor lha %  hese cases arc nation as claimed. 1'his juii i .... bar 1981 whan H hi thai 1 %  i. both PlaloUlIi and DetandaMiU lo .-v III. a X :. IO .,i ,.i>i-.-.: rite lin.ii i \<+ pie-nounrr.1 on thi Daveniber xx.:i bt thai I Racotvai prafarably an anubhai i' ap|HHnte>l, t.> %  i'...miitTs. and Dannd ..nt-s wilt HM undertaking ur'taut intact thai propertv i.f tl„ fhtlstidii MiSMr the Christian Mission, who shall proceed to eled Supcrint.inlent and Treasurer for the year 1952 KIDNEY TROUBLE Hero's a medicine made specialty for it II yon tuapact that something wrong" with i kidneys it gaoan' they need a com Maajierad ksdaeys gm riea to eaxioos dist re ssi n g m iptiD i s*cb as bac k a c he, ikewnatu passsti luiibago, franca. bbkOOar diaorders with %  "" %  "! aad bormur. The troable starts who the kidneys grow sJuggiah and fail to perform thaar aararml foadioD o( hWpmg to (Utar away barmfal unpanhaa Iraas the %  yabun. Yoa oaa nsahore thaar eltaJ ocgaos to normal artinty by taking D Witts IMla || Tbey act dtfactty an the 1 kidneys and yoa will vary fnii-klv feel the food they Ore doana;. Try them tor your trouble. Go to youi chaoaat and get a supply o*a T OUR GUARANTI Dc Witts Pois an %  nanutactuied undrt n u i.y tiygirm. coaditions and tb* ingredients cooform to ngid M*ndaids of purity DiWITTS PILLS B.B.C. Radio Programmes \t SUIIHIHN IMicrairim* Para M I' ( I ... ... > in Pnti< %  II* Nn i %  • i>n. I .i Th N.-i. i" • Im. ISIS i. %  -. ., %  ,. M l %  • KOMMI SOU Mill It I I i %  Uon. Mr. Sopkin ami interest.' more than f.n iIn young musicians, and was very 4.(MX) M."h In kcts arara tOad an outatandlng young student !? %  V'-*''* PJV *^ 1 """' ; M " much impressed with the work of uilliin I W < %  I to apear M J^JV^ ,Z ., H „IIU the Atlanta high school boyi and Ural I lUCceaa, and the Atlanta I it Younrf girls. 0 Ira's future pcoph Concerl ttu paofaa or Late in 1944 Miss o'faila.' reel thai last) owa their j | '<' enllated the aid of the Atlanta An to their |(i j Musk Club iii organising it* orehaatra has been m* tuture 1,4-, % % %  1.phony tirst suggested tin' AtlanUi Symphony OulkL reats artth them. Althoujfh UM >"ts by Dr. Maddy. Ami under ihe Incorporated an outa^owth oi orehaatra ol toda) is iomimaei of *• Up of the Musk ciui>. ihe group whkfa orlglnall) undermatur< 0* them Youth Bymi bo id girls who 1,1 iixect is as) 1848 played In the At I Atlanta High MJ %  i-otiduct its liisi two con '• % %  ?, •he winter and spring of 194S. Guild was organized, and officialI 1. Club paid the cont.f n. wromefT Bympl > -tche*tr< la HoOeii ductor'S Oaparuev. and lln... tie credit foiarouain,; ILonxoii P rOfWBOf 81 Mu-n' ..1 certs wwe free. Capac-iu audl University rgw Hat %  1-lauded the work of the then cffortl thi Atlanu MK voung musicians, in Senternphony <> ncertrnaster a synj' % %  — ^jaiysai .,-.,, her 1945, the Music Club tiinl. %  on with no indebtedpoi.uv 111 tin lt*S bul *> *-*** •— pktn'i lalary for a full %  >. % % %  nnd with funds In the hank. Condu month. with fOUX COSKOTtl tna Young Peoples C Scheduled, A group of 22 interundertaken Onl during the 1949%  ..ut AaneV 1 he U inta t . 1 ol operated I %  ntinued to thn Aered lor imoi summei lo train younn attend the free 1 children. Thi ticket tally, pnrfaaakaxal mu-isreri pupUa • until It hi the full-fli m ourlng monj iheoi y, Atlanta SMi.)ihoi.> On he | I li school Then the financial problems beparti pati 1 >ed lhnaahout %  -f eraOdran's conthe school year os a training of ticki-ls for the 1947-4H season certs were extended tfl Include ground I rmphonj I in only 900 tJ ikslghbouruig era. li The people of Atlanta contlnui sing paoplo In In*. 11 nlsatk*] 1 every spat DM young people's orcha M within two days and 400 to take an consequently manv were reluct, children were left on the waiting but to aim toward the goal of a ;>nt to pay admission. list. Tickets for the children's place In a n Then,. 1.. MM (ummcr of 184 %  ted tfl speei.nl orchestra U1 'he American Smith interested pei %  ..,,,. .. 1 . 1 %  'i Mid made an all-out and successtain programme noteand other Symphony. when saaark ssatoaafett. Baas! a.l... 11 lanaadl %  inn caliiiK. laks Alk.i aattSSt nahi asnry> Drop ow w iwoasbkas ksa 1 Weeds it ^|>.i(Lii1 M ni" ihi tree rhea driaa II Ri in II in.1 ..c) %  — far (oniuiut 1 I 4 up The Nr .. t in n Thr %  i% | | u H " 1 JIM 1. is east %  ratstocaaKa 4 % %  on 1.. iiani-uiiiiiK Alfcj ^. Inn BHssi siseiia, aan h-.II> nunKeep .1 ioppl> •" ilai>il %  akaa hand Alka-Seltzer helps millions daily I.OVEI.Y GIFTS OF 4711 Colognes and Gift Sets Suitable for x.MAs nassNis Triced lo Sell C. CARITON BROWNE Tfllllllll & rU'lail llru^cist. Mil Roebuck SI. Dill I8U To livvjf thai spvvial appoint'moiit. Thiiis the pnnclual fnciullv ( .-.l the world c/rtsappouitments 1 Smith Alaroi iii cream, buta ot gi with plated Bttines \ rO-hou clock with 4-inch dial carrytog In spots Alto available non-lun iinmhpreciMon-rnaocbvSmiths l.nglish C locks Ltd. 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p\(,i mii.vr M ND \\ ADVOtATt: si NDAY. NUVI:MBI:K I*. isi EMIGRATION IS FIRST NEED labour Do>s Not Mand For ProitsW* 01 Electors ASSO<'. —BARROW Says TOPPIN iu\vin t of %  stum. •hi was in progress, did not prevent the large crowd who attended the meeting from listening to ihi n to the II' u %  %  for -St Mil %  uvem th.talking abou' *aid (hat Mi Do rhinn foi %  •nost h.ir-t ihrman lie vapUli i vears afii iind Bald, terns like hutti th* Island in skillets." DISARMAMENT I'AH: I J ri'U-d Nations | "1-y lo begin viudy of the West's disarmam %  m Monday ,i on i r. Association^ MUtgeilca • a-bite, red known Mr.j when he a*ut.prove the .social condlti %  ..r .hrec paVpM M. Preai : safe loripin for wv %  thiit there we. no bniToppin. He would ask then, to iVEaU 1 f,,r h u Air Toppin ^s a m. n i„ He deserves ., rhiince. oeaarvee a seat m the Hoti Attembly v„ u than elect Mr. Toysan Uay, snid Mr. M Mr. Topp| n first p. i T !" Wand, an Wh.n ha* th* Labour OovwvM tone far you | R i re-specl ined %  ien through !) %  mtjhod ,.] 1>;: i an tell you, althougii you are no doubt alrv.. i %  >i an n c o m pere wttti tfio • tni w Mr. Partara .,. Mi W;',. lOr ind others In the operation grouping, your child .il Eii i->t 'ours-in > K w Barrva -aid that there were some people **to were ...inj< that the Electors Association stood foi all that the Bartwdoa Uibour Party stands for. If that was so I would gei .V K. Toppin | l'tfim and would not ask Vl favour ^f the I-ahour |^, n rt". he •aid The meeting Was vM neld by the Barbados Labour I'arty in wpport of the caruli.! addW.fl F E Milk. ., xim who ol the parish of votlni (or lhc „ r ,, Urm Bnd "*** through lit told the people that th. anvasser* rare ..! tha pitiful slandllvlngj in llie ikland l<-' laanded themselves behind A.tatt.s ana ware abUto achieve whet they hav. u. da not stand for the pronii i the Electors A.--i c said. Tneae promise the depravit . %  v tete vote of the people. He said that the Electees Assokatkm hat no peUey %  %  ( I i,t were trying to .teal the policy of the Barbados Labour Party. i %  that the Barbados Labour %  or. ild not indVJatej Police Kami At l\-;.l;muilr %  %  %  : %  o add i The If I %  labourers who era night and ii ItntUli I d|k lack %  %  I ni would now have to pay I %  taken and put form completely lepeoitj ot %  evil often foi standard or nut % %  his •In eoiijiini-tion with age.!i>|| W.U. brosjshl in. hi regard to this, if youf Child inot bright and docs not reecn >i certain form ei %  %  is kicked out ol school, possibly to become a loafer or a DldBBBM In OIK lunu or another. H,. ilrnic I Unity "f getting thv edUC O | bOf) he deserves. Beefy • hiltj efaoler. No Interest "ll the Labour Ooeemmenl hei %  ii-st in you, they woul lutvm instiiuied technical school: ^ lo which the chlldrrii v.ln> ere not bright wttn the They would And that evrry elecI iik e ;,, Uon time people who call them.inrlloncers would come lo .. I tiv !.. eerry ihem back 4 to the daya of slavery. When *e Barbados Labour Ml their Labour Day the i %  t.:i Association held their llucranecr Dv. He -.aid thai thev ••thing but ii bunch Of b laem and auctioneers l>i\hone-l i an aeld, and before f* iis election is over ll will be .id lime and tune again that labour and capital mutt go toiftther." He said that thv pel tbeletaw *M making ihla suitemeM was dishonest. A man who i lapitulist does not have to ft l>cd in the morning ijevaus*' he has the labourer to do k for him. ow pointed out that tho i!:irbad< worfcei Uaaoe en stage a fight in order tha' Jj* Your Real Life Told Free LKMKI WOIIU) V-III Hkr to snow wlihuut anr roM wMI UM Slon IIKI.. • al your p*i w|*nrm>, your Ui> • %  instead or a flour bag shirt. r .k r—h.i-. WT He said that thenarare pfl >pl' to wrt rnztt tha s who owned plantations who diii '."^"'J,, not know which end of the hoe had to be used to dig a cane note rhea did not buner t] to karri. And now tha Kolng around spreading erop*" ganda that labour and capital mutt go together. I.mil; ration %  %  mond %  111 s.ii.,i, n Ame ii i kaar t2i La I 'i-i-Morte SFI. from 1 Goemod r.acooie %  %  finclre CHAR \CTERIST!C PIECErfYMNS2B2 A. & M ' %  %  419 A. A M "Lead Kindly i.mi II / l I't KING' JUST THE THING %  s* Jan>*r A %  aapa%  %  .r %  aaaa it %  %  arc i Bay S *hat ol )ie people would get Not onlv nough iC.li to put their children Men would %  Ml t| I .-jpl subjfci M the etting M; ,, r up oi ry a lodu W unu to live but .' of rlrrtfipj .ng the tact bad ucen vary %  I .ire how i.in\ DC*! tnoMiiii". vvilurva, mool abeorb tha %  ados that afon %  % %  I %  %  nosi thing in OUI mind Iblc to I e' out people, Whal up. eotiM enter and u-arn la %  rtj area if Mi l>rwdln| motor i. Itoi on through which am will be ebla went away and did net coma and things like that, in that cegi Deck. If thaa emee feing to give they would be ol great bialp not eo .. vote to Mr. Dowwng and |iye only to baut to the Mr. TO] thl Otfttf to either himself or Mr community in general. Miller it was r Referring to the harbour scheme, lrta i be had alwi K home, if they %  now said that the hest thing that could happen to • linn laevlng .. going to do "• i*** 1 Mr. Toppin raid that In the f\n ut of them. As %  tha* they had better not vote. Mr case this woiuM need Adama twi 0 g ^. 1 iM n ni t *2 rn i ii'.|>loying a large number <>f ths'ii t: unaenployed, and In lha next ll net ng oolj on Labour unioi would help lo Uie coming hen blp Ending, Ml Toppin told hi: winch foi I am going to leave the i go, al tha p'" i Thhj to anaure ragfttlar hei you think best. employment. Wi. id.".' yen, an mi < i know %  i He could not see that lhc establishment of a deep aretei harbour could In work on the waterlront an some were Inclined to think "We hear the last JUDlOl tor St. Michael saying thai the big guns want a <> %  harbour because the llgblennen are squeezing them. But who do you believe are getllnr. BQW %  l I It is you and I who gntung lha squeeze. When the Ugjhti strike and call tor a doll.o pal trip more, this is absorbed In OUI ilothes, food etc. It is you and 1 who have to furnish QM amount eventually through thn things wc must buy. t|ueer! A queer thing was that the same night Mr. Lewis was RUsMi statement In Nelson Street the harbour scheme. Dr. Cum* mins in Si. Thomas was saying that there was bound to be a harbour. "Another queer Ihlni an Mr. Lewh in tha Beacon paper had do*cnbed the mi nf the neetora AaeoclaUoe uiamlesto of hypocrisy, while ML Adams had salii that it was a line document which bad from them. One d %  how lo re co n ci le these contra thai Statements. 1 am convinced that the people of Barbados are sufficiently educated and sufficiently inteUtil not lo return nlt-wlU to the House of Assembly. I know dntes lo St. George and he wanted MI MOIP to vote for both. I that he did not want them to plump him. He wanted them to split their vote l*-lwe*n 111 Miller, Ii,. naott speaker, Mr. Cameron l d :>aid that the Electors ai not a polltlm' parly. TJicv think they are but re not." He raid: "We are I matteiWe are asking you to M.irili;,'.: rrrdiilions In Ml Horoscope tmiiiviua ABOVC i* n pictnra of the winning hhow caac in thli. week'* Sliow Cane C herd A Co. Ltd. An -umul coatpeUtlon aaiong tas vanon* I | lasta for *i* VNk< an* rack week each department baa .in opy and of each wetk points ara awsided for the flve bent window* tJ iiipetitton at Messrs. Oava. siiepBosrd Street wtoia it B redecorate a window. At the %  ner receiving 6 points and Hie. flfUi 1 point. At the end or sis week* the Department with tliIW MBsrinwtit:, kl -<..•:. • .. IN* n*h ID b*dl> "-4I1T arl m (tin' nei In* MID O r.. and *p AT '" %  ~"-n TH*f !<> %  and i< %  f.-l irl MI ,„„ al ti%  -'lrliarnU and llquldi . %  nol | "4 Wmw ili d IMW IIIM i>r %  in* real •ecrVi o"( roaihV*iur. en— \tand health la to to found In in* UT t.-d). pailicularli ID I'M I-T klanda I .> amailif Uiinf abo.it DIP dliconrr ol on dceio* u the lact that he naa p*rf-di-d a u %  ai • sad i : 'iu. II recie %  illi amaaiiii t|>nil in •I'.LIJ 01. uinm lljlar.di blood, and bodT I 9* ha>r> TM> arral dtKovarr la a unpla huan* liaaiwiil and can to uaad ircrrtly by any AM to brim nw otith. %  ifuur, and iilalilr. .ltd rnaClc jou to mijay lh* al pleaauroa of lilt Don't •• %  Weak Man He ie>rr U a neceaaary far y*a> to aalI.t liLirilowof vigour, aaah nxotaty and totly, Mivevaooa*. opra .*', ajaUj %  .ton. and poor aleep iiutaad. rou n.fitly late UUa i* %  .rnptc no.nr %  dtaeataetd br an cmn-iil |in-iI ''• da,> ion will and mat VOUT Tiaaur It rtotd So mailer "tiai >out ate, )0 —HI find that )our (land a;tfit> %  ..-:, i ,.... Ml ii %  U : and viialll-r Doa'l to !" — ~ !" -; .. ti.t joj> and plaaaurei ol d, w oiery to lh. M.I and an lor araU that i aia.n f. IrUl. mUI.hli.wp etan. naraoC) rasssd %  % %  .: t • III! raw-. i ai.d • W: cvaf tof Doctor Pravlsot Vi-TedH Vl-T**> IMM h-' ptaiaed by mill tort or %  feSfrin* mi lowered, and liter* flown In all th* bod* ruuctloni Many ar—a.. •pinion that UM -IIM |. !" riK. ii i" rr awaaavi ; BH %  • %  %  %  v.-r* t > < %  %  etili trie inoat mod i ul -lentirii internal ireaUneiii ul inn ouroUna inI i iH to i.•u.r* lajitif-ii rtgoiir and na body.'' Fool totults in I Day Boeonae Vl-Toto an pounovd lo in* flanli and lliaa II-ILUHIU. tin uto*n ana naiamatelrte tody. th*re I* i !" lonf aitn>* HI-IIK aaatavoauaM *itin a*ur. .. Uial they feel t*u on* *• fin* rer.ilti lav* been HH ah" lim i II laaea, aoan* or aliieli hail alnaal m*-n up nor* ol veM tolas %  nent. writ, and Results OuCfrantood 8o owKlandlni hai torn the ruftnl af Vi-Tato .HI -iiitiKHi" • %  that it u raaraataa U %  %  aoUuat i H it i. < %  • tirel* aaii-' Tab* from >our iln-. %  a 4arai.ur It touat mate • %  •• >MIWJ", tttormrt, (nil thv p>aum ol aa you dlij • i REMINDS One of the FLORENCE N^tod... %  Yi-Taba • T R*stor Guaranteed Manhood. vu*iu. Select Your FLORENCE Early from THK CITY (JARA(iF, TRADING CO. LTD. Vifloria SI. I



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• -•I MiH NOM..MBF.R 18, 1S1 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE TIIIHTH \ HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON I FEAST I Oil THE HO HE MIX HOY \\H UlIII I III < mi hill \ S \l \\ ii i i sin A I I i&NCYI i on HI v Ul HU AT \IIV04 Alt! SIAIIOVhin MICKtY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY • %  4N3-J iT'. •. .... J 'Cttf! %  SK^ ^AA .. BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG i 'C-. %  f^C-r p* % Guv THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS CDDY-WWV DON'T M3U TAKE TWp CA* TODAY MOTHER AND r WON'T BE U6INO IT a AfcT>.'T v-<, COW TOU-JE I.... CAB 1 TOQAVM EM i-n a -N3 I MAD IT veoTEera*y MT WT BE 5Ci.FhbH *OU TAKE IT TOTJAYJOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMONP .ML PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES • MM h.:., I..-, I. • I Qua///'Mia Stands Supijz^tz IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only M'H I VI III I I IIS lira% %  •• ., \ i ill l>l< ill our llian.li.s I < • ilsiali S|M i;lllslH\ II .lllll MMI| Sll'CI-l Uiually Now Usually Now Cornation Wine. Bots. (Qts) 1.44 LM P. F Sweet Biscuits iPkgs) 48 :i Swifts Vienna Sausages, (Tins) 43 U Crown Malt IBots.l 36 :iO Schweppes Tonic Water, (Bots) 30 2 Anchor P. Milk iiib NMJ 96 f0 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Enjoy your motoring to the [(FULL "EMP It can be even more enjoyable when you fill up with REGENT Branded Petrol — the petrol with outstanding performance SHELL LEASEHOLDS DISTRIBUTING CO. LIMITED PETROLEUM MARKETING CO. (WEST INDIES) LTD Bretton Hall, 16 Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain DISTRIBUTORS — DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. AND JAMES A. LYNCH & CO.. LTD.



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%  \..l I (,l l.i I I \ ., si. \i MiVh.Mlu i: Iiit',i MSIlW \u\ F Hill I! IS. IV.l CLASSIFIED ADS. TflCPHONE 250. %  HI II Roa.i • ion SAII; \t M'MIMIM. %  Bon mil.. Of*-" t 11 It—an jr. a-k.d M ne. Marl* Che-thorn, -t ....... — BMrvlrl. %  „, r „ % % %  B-uai %  %  < M II....i P^" %  Hall end ihenco in* Wnll % % %  THANKS MM A-*> Devon, done onl. ;o* mile*. Apply Gtiinii EnimHimf Co Spry Stress It 11 ll HI II SAIIV REAL KSTATi; IH'NCALOW. N>WI it Brighton Hr.,.,1, Ilia, rom bMi i roii HIM t.-.-d bath, hltrlw-n and . K it*. Mlf-B>lalned of modern dot ( I 4MI or mi Jt %  11 ; mo Mr* *..**• is II Ji *. Mrri-ARA QBlaWI reMBVni h-re rturt • Thjn*. u> the SUfl %  afMatlec. . DhM-a U SB* aleo *iih<* 10 IH-toB al! Irle-id. l lhtr egp.ee....... f -nipathy cs%  rnaVcl by card*, vl.H. and wrn IU1JI-U IS MIMORIAM MIAS i„ I..MI,„ mman i ""> deporta an November II. !•* %  Mi Ihe iad -H too inugl The hill*mro Ma -i"-:> to .iinii So He gentlv eloacd hi. wHty evi And Adi Bi... II II l-l KNKtm bmo %  ""i"l llitt I ., •r Tho (Ulna of doMh ..re paM. A h i !" -.. f-tal. ')<.lli* In ridg.Mi in J*., I br. 11. IMA Precioul one thai w* love Mgm in heeier, abotr Waa thr light err Tnen %  %  **!. Making life %  i But -hegnrw. .ml we mi>* he form >o dr.r ii-v r M Aubyn .-i>. %  of s;. U will hold his odfcf B) UK POM Office on Mondays an. .fnn 9.00 o.m. to 1 th cfTctt from Mi i WIII ..i Novel ber, IBM. \OTMI Civic Friendly Society Scholartiiipi AlVLICATIONB m in yltod inr two or more BrholanblM ttfTrrrd by the mfinbe of Thr Clvi HVlfato Prlendly Bo-tPt> U'ltlnnlng IBM to uny iecoiid gn4* school in Ihr island TMH Mhoiurship* anopened U) mew %  X'TS oc the ihlliiii'ii (boys and nirla) of members in MNlMMd clrounutai ibovenemed %  oealty between the tf I be ftwari Mlltl <•( Jii examination. Form of %  pp ttcet aOn on be had ,,: tin' SLI.-.V'S (MUrc, Swan and Hi(h Street*, and ihould be reI v 4 p m on Saturday 2fh November, 1B3I J W MAYNARD. Secretary. Scholarship Committee. Su.m and High Streets. 18 II SI In. FURNISH TO HaVaVM YOt K PAW 1 AND YOl It PVRM * iob. V.nlllM. .implrr BUIMUI |U up. Hd*t. H-*rt. Ciadlr. W,n,i-h. % %  '" Tib A Hu-h run MTab.r. IM run Jr ratify uaa~ wanna. Trol!• %  —China. Bri1n*uit| Ar Kltonm Gabtrarta. •UnI %  .i All Kord ITrfc-l liouu nlkM < nidi %  4M5 II 11 SIi %  IT CAR. Covai. %  i |M.ca> <• [ )|B ) 4411) .1 ...NdUU.F • won nuMi ..;< >v and d'lven lo l*e apprc elMai Ai'i'i> C a ui W ai fltiaMi Tw (•rdlgrrr trial and I'll I porUcuUrt h M auM iit.M 1 II..H.-.I Ti Can br at txcepl Surw. I si -m -erf. ft BLKCTHM AX %  al WW' UL.I Jill I) f ABfi Th* Only Han wtaft O A1tracti\e FirH-Fi, wim A tol. ValuM %  M-lvva AT It'K'KI • "i room rlntiffiM* iKo( Old and T-irtly b-v.M, V-. -^ IN. M-.l I--.1-.,. | %  AT GOVFHNM.Ar ii:i.i A tMCIOUBl I .CM. Good %  IBOlM M| f Dairy Convmlanm. A .'traaor. al.la CHIer Can Ruy It IN NCI-SON RT. By tri %  II,. Cr between Hie 'it r. Vwi'.r Undar ilja-r % % % %  .. | '1 I....! %  -nc*. (-.it ,. Club I'FTW NELSON ST.. A 3 BWdronm Cottagr. ConvanlMVMi .bout 1M0 aq II i..iri( Under fmM AT LOWER MASON HALL r.T A .1 Colia* Convmirnrr*. OVMg Undrr KI.4S0 By witrrr. PARK A 3 uoi ... Parti* 5lM BY ... Btdioom 11 Inclt l>' a'l Modern CorwmlPiMea about ll.OH aq %  Q 1 Cl |M I.*. TL'1H>R ST; A Largo SIMM Built T BMP I I H %  1 !•! % % %  .•. IF. -. oVnco. all C.,.. djMMl New fjMM 1'"'". The IJt'iel Partly Htotio lluil! In A I Condi. %  1100 00 pi OIBRA1 -. \ I. nnd June Ml Aui.|. Mr. E H • DM! 9VUO G4 )\ KRN MKM NOTICES PART ONE ORDERS r Na ta Mill • ill • Ml I liW*M) > a E c Saatlm*. I M III '>er. 1MI B l is.,i |BMI • %  w*( Hi* N'.v.rr Ir.tRABI* TltlM • .II 1*1 BJe %  eaana—nd M In* Bawhi iraday l: IMr-,f 3 I % %  • Men.. 11 MI TI.. %  DMI MM INFBAIiril A \ I : horn* lor Hhrumaturn ete Dial 3Ji D; CoaU A Co Ltd EkHtnral Daml RrCORIl rilANUEIt lAni %  M1 Corner Jamr* Pool IR II Si In WINI1 CIIAIXirn Tel.e 1^ V..II %  phW -iih to loot tow*, and I prohar Dial ir.B %  MCoalo A Co Ltd BMrinral D*pt ii ii si an FURNITURE 'hMprat HIM-* In town lifch •!• ou >• !• II 81 In ruBNrruRE rar MMI onve rumi tore, rail .1 K..lph Beard'a Loiaar B>; -tr..t. -her* t.e ha. Deiafi IB ll S| in I ii.iy StiMi ia n M h I.IVKNTIM'K Ml n bM CMh piL.i Dial 4M1 ^'a i:. II SI i., .I.iat arrived r, POULTRY >rd*ra by piM I MIS! I.I.I.ANMIUS dMcrtplioi 1 fjrlv I.,.ok.. Mapa. Auto 'in Antique Snot J 10 V. 1-HHTK CllTTIJN (HNtlHAM In >i> ngnt daotgi,. :m %  .(,uauall H •-' n ,..d. rod.i'.. i> ti. W.Hneaany to : •. -• . ia ti si -i. Dot is \ DOLLS HOI ->• i IH It complete*llh furnltui* ami le.1.1.I.ight> Apph "lloll^wonil Il.tlirqM 11 II III i Al>.) nmhnv.i| Tree* .t 1/. each It tail Apply Kin J H. Wilhi.ih.i-. i' m ii II in %  OH XMAt TRRRB. TV.,, and lUlMon. i: in Heard. Ouar* I. a Urge i.unable price* ia II II I I 11 II I INDIAN SANDAI.K IV-olilul am alturnil Indian Leather S. die They aro ao uneommnF tut TIIANI Bro. IT W,„ Mi St IS II I 4> IcJi %  It Iiigh AppiosimaUly jno ft SBf ataii M n ll si Me lor Almo.t Anithug In Hi -U I CBul Who WillCall al "Oil*. 11 Itniiiiaa ia ii aii. DriO'NTt'Ka-S Def>.1urra. Mar n Hotel ilMI. I.i.l Flirti i ira. apply Wn, l"0frtr ri lailll If II %  i t ,i %  ,. %  ., i, .. • nd ahlngle -h*.l JO : I J palling W 1. H1..-.1 .T. Hill Rratunable CO. LTD IT llllIn Dear Fvtoodi Why not I I are my luting. wide aaaortrnent of proi'i' I *ninii Tweed. Ule Road (' Pn-p-rti IF Wain Road, witn MlM il. Property: Marahylllr. along Bank Hall main mad. all -rjxlern ll w tn aNowi, aide vrnndnh. .un-sh4>>. i.ii room, bedroom with Imiu i t in n n>. %  %¡ A-l rondlllan lorale.1 Ii especially renMiiiru'dc. MUM. And M*i i > %  and %  "...I rraannil. I i.ou • pnt. ISII M Pt. at IBc Wllb %  ratei ond -i. i v mam !" i tum I I" "call A. I B009EVILT. Mneili Coaat Bood rully riirnuhed Mel i letrphrne Phon* 1XM II 11 M-t f r. %  rill fW Bain llrown Bell, an.1 ol thia p-t-1•-" Will be a sav parad* Uf nil vutawaMwra who i-..,' q ahrted lor pat under arrange menu to be r %  l Si-l '•I MmOl HI II 11The pioaent.',.i. of Medal, will ta** place MI Tlmradar ** %  MM rui... %  him oaaH i be held %  IBB la) i BBl GwdOM, Haatli.g i 4 bedrooini. I.rg* dr.iw.in, i dining room. Uttinfl room. two. i. Iii. Garage Phone PI'IM.MMM U IS -ill | irade Wit %  Boas lay 11 Kov II. r II. The-y NOTKS I \ltl-M III -I .mi: Appllralion. Itir ln> (.ii of Hewf Nufr r.. thr Alni.houar wn be I I .iderx. It.er.nt. will paradr lor tra .,11111 t %  > I I. I NOV. II. Orderly Officer Urul E R. Onddard tl'derl) Serleant M Sjt HM v..I for dal, Orderls (flior Lieu! T A Gltten. Or-Jg-rly Serlrai i -"I Si' Boh TNI iv,,-. D SKEWED COX. Maim I.OXJ Adlutaiv Th* Barbu.1. Regim-Fr Vler. Kaa na MRU 'win lie inistvleanri b> ike Ika Aluuhouae on llt A Mil, Bi t —ail the hatirj of ) .d 4 %  -.... %  %  %  if win be medic %  ror further parUeuiMi jpplF to ti. a* f • QiiardMna al U,..,,..' %  I A ClartM -e will M>II |M I ..I Halm.,..i m. ChrUl Church, wnlcn i.L.dra W...g.in, Ifpnghl Chain. H.-kin Wotk Tabiaa. MT | 1 %  %  L..UI.II..-.1 ll^..llr>g I. . ... i Upnrila !-.„„!, A. iimi tl-h Mird. Sideboard ..nd Dlnint I Varandah. Chalia. Mahog i v*l Queen Anne Te.i BWTVk >l P.rV, Tra>. r D .. Ota.. Ware. Dlnn-r mid T 4J SerMnigle Bi-.l.tr-.d wMh 'nno Spring DrrMlng Tjblr, MT WgahaUnd. Hand palnlrd Serean. Bhi. d C-he.t ..I Ih-awaT*. all In MatWMli IMII llip aid Koiir.il Slo^e 2 BUI H i Hal Zinc i | Ice ll-n. K.i. i % %  l-.rder.. Fair M. . . -,.. i. A Rugr* l -tspring Han sale ii so ... I.,. Ian %  Baas tlKANKm TKOTMAN & CO. Aurtl. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER OH TiiritHDAV laid by order at M A llamll fSMtk wg -ill Mil the Piinllui Vans ;i-.i,h Coui which In*Hide nd Ann Chair. Sideboard. Ten T.nllo uiflo' Table. Uook.hrlf all modern an Plat To|' D.k Ruah rV.lini nd Chair.. Tint I* Table. I '.•intrd. and Bad. DriMlni ..i Dtawaei ,1. Preaa. Uo-Cnil mar, Chair, l-t.l.iKitchen Tab.. %  %  %  i Sale 1146 r*MBR TSrrrM < a.h BIANKJ.R, TKOTMAN aV CO. tadloneer. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER in Hat Ihning 71 I L. S. WILSON SPIIY ST. DIAL % %  %  ;: lows riaiVft'ii! : I Ammiili'iii Toothpaste ;, (ompelilinn J FIKSl I'RIZE $50.00 *; Stl OM) l'KIZK S15.0B Jt T1IIR11 Plll/i: % 5.00 x U) U VOI |U *. fl III.nil : tnident TOOTIIfAsTE because and send in ywur entry with a flattt'r.cd AMMIllrNT toothp;islc box to K. It. Runta f* Cu.. Ltd. • You can Btnd In any number i.( %  ti entry mil-' i i by un AMHIDENT toothpabte box. Entries will be judged on their ability %  lallties of AMMIIHN i Tho three winning entries and the name* of winneri will be published In the local aewipspers. Competition ends December, 1851. Pa*J no Ensllah Ptai,o ta ;. %  ',,.. awna Apply to Daniel. Depot. N.. *4 Ttidnr S* ia n 11 UPS A IAUCSKS Drink OlMaea. duet Sela and a hoot ol i in... ft THANl Broa Dial MOII II II 4 SAdUNG YAt.ll IT igrWr li.krta 'oThr -MOO, Mch Apl> JoMigo %  ., ."...ad,-Beach Club %  I No. 1 Aberg-ldl* rial -I.I. h i. %  %  Uptight and Arm Chair* ... Buftet. Wagann Iks* 1 ,l.riH-II In Mnhogali. Ola.. Wai•ilver and Plated War* In Tra and Coftr%  aaag. T bowl* Ac., tienulnr Etch: i ul.HH. Tupeitry*. Slug I e Mahogany lled.teaa.. Hpringa and Be-1 • T-ble. Dnwei. riwit ..I Dr.i-.m M..*q Net*. Oarden h.inilture. I I cketi WntlnghouM ajMaffta Wa.hlog Maehlne and nthn ItOBM Sal* 1IJ.I ...I.Hk T.ru llRWklR TKOTMAN ft CO ia n si an TOPNADO 1iilertia1lon.il K 41 He.uti TAHIX STf>VEH JuH what 70U h-ve I lor. (m,„ *4 31 up Dliil .aII '. r.-ta A Co Electrical Dept i mi.g. Liquid \ i % % %  r-wk-iiii AiilnnuilH-Tlller-Ciownrr ihp %  1 Bna> issi 'AIXF.I. Phnr,r JMI. Sun fVniando. II 11 II r t CwSiing ilp IQlifS Younger cauaaU Li i. I F. .Irnur and li U" th -I %  -.— I i matter how long you h.. 11 B^" ll goaratilrcd to .. %  > .mi Proitale Oland aaal m.M I *ou lael 19 to 10 year* y ung.r er rrwtiay r-ick OM BMaoa lioin jouf ah mkn, Th* v Braaua protect* jo B*K -i iiut\Msnir OIIFR Two more free arhoUrihipa I ..n award ..( hooka ami %  *• r. win be ..-..iiled. Mir lo a ftri ttll > oth.r io a b..-. .. .. .. ,it of an • %  %  mlnalloo 1.. bo held on Batur%  lay lit p MjBliibei .1 I'M Candidate, who will li te.ted In EnglkUi. Aillhn.lK gnd lieiiei.. Knowlr.l.,. .IT .ubmlt %  MM Ihi ""•run! I I Ui. ml .1 whom Iharn % %  ir airoggt' ovat nti. air mad* u ..I Hi* Cam ml., loner of i*nllco who hn* kind), liiwn iirrrtiiHiofi for a H drawing which iithe r 1 A LYWCH l.la.Ul.g HQ < )'• %  -tat.d grid taken on .tiervgth of •M wef U N..v l. no CB9 OtaaMa] 1 raaaraW P Leave waf %  MID SKEWl-'s-criX Mg]..r. SiiLF. A AdluUnl. The fMibarto* Regtmeol %  > All Member, anil Honorary Member, ol the OBIear.' MM aiw asked tn not* thai m view u( the Poopy Dai-re on BablMa* UM 1411. Novambar 41. than* w.li (a MM Mag* MaatliM dtiruM % %  i DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE Commercial t lasses A fee of $5.00 per term payable during the firs, week of the term cnveri all the sublet t Mir; of the lees pain will be refundcl .ii (he end of a session to all students who haw. in Ihe Opinion ol Hie PrUKlpoJ, Deiin and lecturers, workfpd satisfactorily and allcnded legularly and punctually. pUcanil must obtain from the office of the Department of Educnti n forms, which muat be llllaxl In and 'iii 10 tlir l>can of Commercial Studies, the Barbados Evening In-'ifiite :,i ihe oAVe of the Department not later (ban Saturday. Mth KOTSjmber. Applicants must state on arc applying for the beginnrrs or the No application., received nfler the 24th November will be tonrtidc ed. Department of Education, 33r October, IBM, 17.ll.51-i. MOP. a D*. ODI, rllent bringing ,n other 2* rllenl wo will do Ihe lw.. f. | for SI" 1", will be KErFEElDiimiiiTutS! mL S&ZM j tulM.I OF SORROW I : will be held on Bund., nel | NOVEMBEB ffil IMI \ 1 Ii, 1 ivrsi V ( %  >MIT 1..:"-, 0 No 3311. (1 U O. UddfelKiWH C | it Ih.lr ledge Roam Hay Hirer! N i Bra JONATBAX VABBK Membergtof Pratpm.l l'vlgr> i Irtend. arc united ,.,n Book* will bo uaed POLITICAL MEETING will be held in LUiHTKOOT'S CROSS LANK al 8.30 O'llock TO-NIGHT Sunday, November IS In support of the candidature ol MR. VICTOR W. CHASr as a member for the City -if Hriiltetuwn in ItM House of Assembly Chninnun: Mr. J. W. Hewilt S|M>akrrs: Mr. Gruvilb Koairr Mr I red O.iddiird Mr Mulrolin Mi Victor CII.IM;U (j OtaaOTIi LIFE NSURANCE for Wrder Voriety of Plans now Available through Manufacturers Life Ton years ago the Manufacturers Life pioneered the uuurihjE of tho lives ot cniitroll.sl l)i.il>rtlcs. Our years of eiTierienoe with ihe bMnaTanoi ol Pubctics now makes it jiosslbli.' tn 060I them a wider variety of insur.ititv contractv. Consult the Maaaifaebji your community ha lurlhe fat this speciul field. 1 il. ri-;ii'..-Tit,itive in liil.uU on Life Instiraocsj "> MANUFACTURERS LIFE INIIMIANCI COH PA N V f(.ifc/iiWiif;;: IC'U-.TO MM Of net Consult I'ETER DE VERTEVILLE, Clucj Rej CLYDE WALCOTT, W S. MONROE & m LTD. P SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NF.11ERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. sAtiiNi. raoa iraorr 'I s aTSNTOR -Ji-l Not IMI B s COTTK'A 3nm N01 IMI SSH.ISKI TO 11 1 1..1 111 A>|| AUtaTIBOAM m OBANJESTAB—th Dec IMI SAILING TO PAI!*M*KIKO AMI nmnH OIIANA M s hTKNTOB t.1 h Dec IMI -VIIIM, 10 n ISII. 11. %  .1 1 vi n .. AND BRITISH 1)1 IANA %  s BONAIRE llh Nov ISII SB COTTH A -Itlh Dec ISSI S P Mt'SSOS'. SON A CO I 11. 1-, -.*,'.'.'.;:• -* APIHSFE wiil Th* M V '•(. %  \ n •.rat. V H. sullng J 1 II..M V lONT-KA % % %  Nr-vM mil m Kilt* thiic of 2 nailing tn %  niitlll.-d Th* M V "C .. M. T.v | %  lag Prlday IMIi t 1 11 W 1 - Mtic srit OWNEBBJ uaoi Lai ii\ bai 1 J ( an*l(ri*e T rl* No Ml) \ sss,'.',*.:',;;:'*::'.*s.'.'S r *s, Canadian National Steamships BOt'TBBOl Mi "CAN CHALlJWtlEK' -LADV ItODNK-Y" "CAN CuNSTBl'CTOR -LADY NELSON Maaltr.l SU O. V No. 14 Kov at Ni-i Bm M Nov I Ire • De.' 10 Dec MOBTBBOt Nil Arrlee* Ball* Barbada* Batbada. a No. %  %  a i>. y An Si. into*. 11 n<.v IB Dec GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.— AgenU. TO-DAYS fflWSflifflf 1111 VI I is B/IUI .. that l 1 on ;iir'' feel. HATS, t IPS, AMI ALL TIlK MINI L l HI for your party. uiMmvv CiLASS by the 1..1 lo:id rtngj opened by JOHNB0N*8 >IM10NERY and IIAltmVXKF REALTORS LIMITED REAL ESTATE AGENTS FOR SALE ni M.\in" Partly lon* and lalh P lltujiled al B.*'— Ch. Ch 11n.ru .1 it. Iroa* DeaaaM Dsmng Boom. Toiirl and Bain. Kilch*-i and rpaclona Verandah land HUtrly 1 i. M Ui M. M Very attractively designed. IHualed at Kat cm.orl.ing 3 Bedroom, with builtIn CUfaboarda. Drawing A inning R—n. T-Mlel A Bath. Kitchen and Mrs* Verandah with Oatige ] 9en.inla Bo-ni. A Servants Toilet and Balh St.ndlng on |,|,i.,il7t£ .1 SI Kl ~l %  MM lti-.ee. 1 e-l.-kini: Hie %  aacUni a lovai kn> down the -.1 Dh %  -1 11 '1 V, | %  .... v. • ..... ,lle( ,1 ||.I': Under HOUM^ lit %  i ia* ... %  or. SHandlna ' ap|.ro*. B.fBo -i n ..I lasai P im at atu. H%  m -led al M ..-en ca Ok i>n 41ml -a IL, .| Bag ng BIK.II, onrna, Drawing Kitchen Ftlea I IIHI -TOM m M0 J ow F aeaoBMHaUnrraca. .. B in.. 2 with %  in CUpboordi II .i. To Ii %  nd Balh. Dinn Verandah and Patio. S BrnnnU BMOBM BsU gfj 4 Toll. Bath aa -'•andlngi lftZ Eoebuik st Thone 4900



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%  -! \ll\\ Mi\ I -Mil K If, |J5I •-1 MIAV ADVOCATE I'U.I I II 111 s B.B.C Rail it > Notes Tuo work* b> N*rl toward Mag) jita] VUy tirojgV,.! h> B.B.C In the coming week inc BBC. %  taagg two i Noel Cow nry, 'Thi ( Mrs. Radclifra'an,. th n ,>u\. Prtvatg i v %  illuni study of .1 smug, narrow •minded womai. whc. unhappily for those around her. knew how to do h. lends Itself well lo irmatis*i:on nnd on Tuesday newt, at M.I it in Mar thai adaixallott (<> l I Ann Mephenson 1 Uvgftf 1, probably wHI known i.i \iuui very cunningly hilly o>.iiruf'U*d play .f Noel Coward*! rarly period. The delightfully subtle and amusing play 111 whu d ., Muiband and wife who have divorod and NBMnied llnd themselves -pending their seeH the aggM hotol % %  1 hia beat though it m Itrst produced twenty-one years nd Hugh %  lead in till* radio adaptation which will ubroadKjdut Tlnaufa' MB. :u*l .it th* regular tune of H 30 p m rScapr KriHB ihe The Iron Curtain On Tuesday next luli-fier* 1.1 the BBCS Uenn.il Ovnaeaa Service win hear Fugiii %  behind in.Iron Curtain u talk about Orax by c P. >( GoBjn 1 e, I i-rreapofHU-nt of the !! %  %  I'jper. the "Observer.' racenfly 1 o$\ (rontiai ol : ,' V.I.-' I %  %  ... frontier and Communist Hungary Iht rr 1only n narrow the Russian /.one of Auatl iicinv rugltraaa from Hungary cross this strip to safety and the British. The talk will be on th-. 1 IS pm. on Wednesday. 21st inst. Acrov. the S;iht.a by Car Michael Hoss and seme companions roC nth made 11 Journey %  I Ih to make drawings of the people of the de%en In t. Ik in the Hl.fs (;.() S. OB MonMOIIIHN MM iir>n \ 1 CHLRGII SERVICES BT PAl'l S tSB am 1 I m. Bur* Via ana , %  %  - %  * %  > School. ISP in C.*ni-mat ton Th* .Ri it: pm lo l iiw n Iwni|. %  .ma-. .<, --, r w M iu MI mowi-t Welches Post Office Opens To-morrow KrA aekei 11., Mir amn. VI 1 ; „, ., M TIWBIM. tpm Mr C. Brail!*-.!. 1 U A K TnaniH. 1 p •* Mr l*Ko\ II rNCl 11 %  m Mr C B>M I .' Ml V. 1 m Mr H T I m Krv M A r TtUNI. 'rs •erttrFr it M a** r.. r PAYNES BAV ft-SB a m .WiMTFUAIJ ' 41 JH. Mr MI o uapMi III MrWIHlAl II am F. O rU*r WN • p m p < *m U i.ln. I> |at| B UK HAU. I-IOLNI I The Watches Port Cdj I] been bUill .:.%  Mil almost lams. 1. has a wiue m arkli !>uyeia. nn queue up to n*l thru' :.II | ll i* rxpcU-mwill not b i failure" A-omen nnd men "i Ui %  a, ariag tie 1 . Iiap,n to hear lha! ii have far to go to get then "It ean be a areary aagj waBrj king a mile and a half to town and a Basil lid wom.ii; Bg] yoti kiui'.P get i'r. ASH IN ST. LUCY S PARISH CHURCH C 0*N*ale. Vi ... ^t IMOf, will .. k the Vrstr. at toeir ne\%  %  (I* Churewwanktti i agatt wheth**Patrttatd wktch Is near the partai i Rectory, shower* ash nd Cg uses inhui'chgoers -asl %  iihers and damages the buildings. ..ale A ill enquire whU steps tho Chiirchw.iro.-n ill t.k, so. %  a tntn-Brtni rrom Ukff '. aware that tfiere Is grave iiicoo..f Ihf who consider II nega • part of the Veatn tr Dg the |.aroehi:il builoV 'rder. M.. %  *. ni*nir."i' < BABBADOg BAKFRIKH l,Tr> oi wliuh M. Edwin Zouhertn la Managing Diicctor tad | nun opened during U>* weak with tn Mem mwtern agl N"** aksktag] Scout And Guide Notes -I l ll.S Ml.. ( Nl *1 II • MBKIt IS. |>l il Clmtal Kharw I nil and AJJrrr. Ham Mallns rniaan I |l I I BO* It.i. HaU. Rural,! 11 .. L X Hi.*.. Ip> It.-I |-v.. F^SIWrlHt B."l. a*V I -I '• 1.1 l Ml II TUtNtTV XXVI '; sm Matin* anal Lilanv Ran. Maaa. Iia *.* Maaa .1.4 -*m-.n .' p m i I p in Child llama. Tpm %  .-in and Sviaiiaii Dbtekl Kallv Hld \i Pn inn Li S...UI lleadquorters JS aoon ns pomiitlc The exhiblU v. ill be %  Old :m,t prueeeds donated to thf Hirnt I IIIIIH in \i|v \ ( r.,11rM.ihilion is also been tyfll bg an at the Jamboree On WedneMluy. .gfll Noven.t. i Miss I'embcrtor's District {2 met at Pax Hill. The c.mp.in were In Rangers, 1st ami lu) any next ho blurts when they had Guides (Queen'.' Coltggjg), 2mt reached the country of the Hoggar. Guides on Co-operatives con "• t,1 Jan..in.i rbo spealu of his exThe llan; in England and at the. divided into s (roupa and playw International Co-operative Con'earn games, dancing g ferenriin Denmark In September, progressing fiom one gi 1^ Oll-I Tlir ST iAMIS \vi I. AI UASTVl 1pm rvr>Ml and Srinuw. Prraihar I v .1 II Grant 1. Th AcliMttM In ^oulha durlna Ihr -arU. i'. %  I rncr.<"t.rP llll -\l \ flllS M 'M IMI'K KOADH || n rn Hnlinn. Mr.' %  r \V II a m llolm.l-anv M,.^io 1 ,. ,„ Saliatioi, Mm % %  -\ ...t \ C i .iilri llKIIMilTTi >W\" faWtaUU. II a M llollra-aa M, %  ins 7 p.m Halvallon MFTIHK l*rratMr A %  I.:.IM.I .-. sTrUBgT Holm. n further inforllolinMa M**iin' J , Company M* about the exhibition *&J.£ f*--9* *" m n — agag %  ! % % %  i Hanorary B< tiei flerk 1 '' %  %  Caplii.., ._ I \.inii\e Coiiiinitlfe I KB" BAU. II — **.'.imei Mrrllnc 1 %  BOBf i luin i Exaantiva Conunitta* a-*j :'I-I :ne new %  %  Scot! %  I nail. Merlin*. ? p ilerlln* PIMVSSV I MHI.UHS ROC8UCK ST II am. I Bjaag i.i atiiiaai H i It begins at 7.15 p.m. U.C.W.I. To Establish Dept Of Education 14 Dug idilu rrf ttsg a^auadi Lbc played indoois ami on Ihe verMON Scouts ( uinpletinu First Cliis* Burfue Tests SoDUtl ol ihe Ja i .. %  i. audah. The Rail, ended with a SUvi ,,.., tom pk. le d camp lire, each company dobuj 1 — ,hc wwak-nd. Thi The District Commissun.. ., |-> m |U hike during Miaa Peroberton ta ked to the whlch „,,, S cout must sleep out eassMa she had visited in Englls ,„ r ,..„, ,„ ,,„„., s( iHler and land. She also told them that :ooklng his own hour twenty-four i I i %  II %  aorpgetad end ihe object of the Rally I A department of Education conhnng the companies together and n^IcdtutheUniversily CnlleKeof (0 promoW U i end lines* among hC ,Sr t ?n r L d l '' I<1 J' IUb ^,* lUba,h 1 th Guides Aftel her talk the in 1952 rh.s mformatlon was reHangers and Guide* gave three leased tWs w.^k by the Principal che#rg or MlM p emb eiton and oftheCollci-e l)r T WJ Taylor. „„ camp lire enclod Wllh lnc who explained lliat Ihe DepartsinginB o( he Fuxl , ment will be lesponsible (Of i>ro,,. %  vidlng |Kis!-i;raduate one-year %  "' t i W.l .legree rJtn.lnients IDON, HoV. S ,l, ''' l ,'' rs ._ On Wednesday Til. November, Aftei each courae H completed M(rf K ^ L |UI1 V ,,, ll( ., j SSS22! '' AIT* ^ !" r V|,;,,,<1 J" 1 Guide (Ales I .^hlsde-^"^-"',' B*a. QR1TISH AJVVtin Dartmenl lias been made poaelblc to .i ajrani of $25.ooo (Wii trtm Th* need for this department, Dr. Ta>lor rxplaincd, was felt because of the lack of qualified teachers for Secondary Schools in the Caribbean. emits. 7 Guide, pis.se: the 2nd Cbi afteim-m 17U1 GuulM nil I al Empire' t the Alexandra Schotil and Mi The figures covering the smith of art* ORACS mi i II i ..Iin all I II.In I PI I %  %  -H-tiCI llt I. I! Nr PUIMgCK II am M-vniln lnii I r i C II. ...' %  MOHTOOMgJIV T p.m I %  %  i • Mi Mi Jtutnp sin,I' Mill 1 i.m EVwiml S.„ic Mi r i; Mnillri IKNSKMiaC II am Monilrif Ir.vltt. M. r f! DowrrM. T p.m. I'rraehrt Mr D MpM i M rt II -HMIN1 I III Nl ill IIIVKH IIOA1I II , .1. Sfhnnl, : inn aervlr< II, v 1. ft I h HANK HAJ.I. Ham gcfVln I ,. r.i -•n>dav Bchool. 7 pa Ban I H II 1 'rpllvfolui M" uln-ln-Cluri. II'kSTEIN il >>ix aarvw* 4 p m -.'t.i Schosl. 7 i> in 6*rvi%  I II ilBin Mlruiln in Outer COX ROAD I %  n Ian .. i i is Luiidav School. 7 p ni gsrnai Hi l M 1.1 rkn MM rTTTB VIMaXflE II BJH gl 4 I %  A MarsMinliu-r-lniil 1 m Sir I barta AIXXANUF.II PM C A Hw loi-in-t hart %  ill i i I t rsnl < hans ar Rrldi'l—•. dedicated Company ColLiii:l..mi wfalcn snowed that, OH „. N „ ll l'v d s"i^ *" **'%"**( *"" i used for the first time. I average, only 2\ -tiident.s %  "* TfSin t "ii \ -..'.. %  Guides also passeUthe knot 1. perlal History the SEA WELL i i-i II n\ BM i Cha Fiadarick Hutu %  •y advanced and the extra time will „\ .,.: give us more time to increase our TgasTr—I. but well meaning e*- "" %  torts—for the wall al Pax Hill An-ericnm. have a bnd influence luring ifOAY safcjui al I %  'i on .. .said, was due t '. J %  ignorance on the part of Brttiga people. He rtraaaad that Log only d was to put ihrnwati UM Mur-.i efl BMIUI) %  .. ii.. ( a UM iradt. >.ahali hv, Ikr l.ll—i~i < a.u..„. ... i.,.l.r. I Ih* l'"Hliin lha Hlbl* ror I ra ih* i <• %  Ray l. !•• Maif MaBtr r .-I. mafia tunarMhiint*. and •Irn. Sri Kiihaw Dapd a necessity. JiimlHireea. Moots . .T and now "Indabus After World jamborees Scout* and World Moot* Hw'laht'."" Pa'inrM ROVOT ScOUtS U IlOW fi Clark nintinued P-swr e se w international gathering Mi %  They delight In using pH %  Mtti aa Impen%  insan He British leaaoned arguments SX25 RATES OF EXCHANGE the An i laught. goad of flndniK out the truo WNBa-JB S*=i 5=T TK : %  ,"' %  j-*• -j %  Phvlli> smm*r Fan I vndfk Bva of Sfoout Orouus. liiew win ue itaiph MruWrTr,;^ iSeT n0 ld ever, four years and the '" rst will be held at G.lwell Park. WP"" "t today ,ml la/ily glee In pr Ci Robarl Mardwi l-r BHUiik ma I t'jrll All*ync. Mildrrd Simpaon ard Robin*. Cliva Bachbra. John Marian* Bui ion <:*or> Cyril PiomhiM. lucill* Tal4. riopl. Hadeavay, AU Ala.lam. Joanna Will HARBOUR LOG IN CARLISLE BAY the International Scout Training "'" h "J* **f* %  pl, ^',''. r Wer Centre .,.-.. Ch.ngford. from July w T !" all > ^t 1 ''.^' 1 A t:.Ui — 24th. 1952. Il is expected wn^an iiieiuberi a the i.udience tha4 3J00 men and omen BOO K '^-\ '* w 'T ,i *T r leaders from all -ver the WOri Thorns. Imperial HUlory in ell school rort Townrtwnd win currlrula. hr ;i our no ':. *H-'?* dull world and not "• %  ,' -..-1 gsa CjI s,., w I F micat. M.V f I. Tsnnu. Scri DOrUt Beri Man II. SettTurll* Do** S*"i ljdia I S M V Bin* Sur ARBIVAI-B Snon*r Turll* Do*. SJ Inna Cspl. Olivlarr*. from Brltiati Ouia Bchoortrr l*dv Silver. M lom CSPI. B*th*l. IreM Marllnaiu* iirrABTracs Capl. Walls**. !" MV Carib fwalaea Capt II attend. It ts intended nmnr../ — International ciimp for Beou leaders, and il wfl be designed smith, so that ideas and informal inn 1M can be exchanged by Individuals Adtns '"mmg logethci .md making :i leCNal The word Indabo" was famllT,'1 ** iar to Lord Baden-Powell i bJg South African days, and l^ird Rowallan writes of it: "It is a Xulu word and like most African words can mean various things .iceording to the context m which It Is used. Its more usual meaning, however, i* .i meeting foi I T„„U U/UU O.^karlna rlisciissinn al which Counsellors In Touch With Bgxbgdog ^ adtfn ^ ^ nnp*quon. B S gaaj .<*•••"* %  "* Of these, IS LIT. ^r^V^^rr,'*^ 8 ^. iTB.5Saw Guide.. The Patrol Loader Seoul* is Thomas Chi direct descendant of MAIL NOTICE t f..i Martinqu*. B Knu B. %  a. VI. Srw York bv Ih* SB. > p m. Ordlni TO KAVE S iRIPF.D TROPICAL 13.71 yd. in five ihades PIN STRIPE SERGE $4.77 yd. MILITARY SERGE rrduced to $5.00 yd. MEN'S HOSE 53c. pair Donl forfel I liiten for TUNE-O 7.45 lo 8.15 lo-night on Rediffution I AMI II VS I I >l I I %  is CsLOSING l 111 HIiM. Vol V ol Churchill's War Mamoiri is now Being Syndicated every day in THI: DAILY I I I I I.IIAIMI Taice out a subscription now and so make sure o/ your copy • ADVOCATE VliriOMIlV Barbados Boys' & Girls' Club ONLY TWELVE DAYS LEFT TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET. ASK A POLICEMAN SOW AND WIN A CAR FOR CHRISTMAS APPLES!! APPLES!! APPLES!! REAL FRESH AT ##. %  #• Ms \ 0 00.. LTD. § I RIDE A tfc HOPPER BICYCLE n ThIt Mill \IHts l Ol WH/1 1.1,1. While Park Boatl. w GUESSING COMPETITION WIN EKCO RADIO A. BARNES & Co., Ltd. m&mrn CLEAR OVEN GLASSWARE ASHIZV Diary So. tS— Rr* vs. Llonrl Best No. H— Res vs. Fabiiii Simllfiirrl of the istlan. a i netrhr%  %  HanHirrafts %  !n your item of | Handlcrsft yt" AH s. i r*mlnd>d to send In their Items I \\ OLD I RIFND I N A NEW SPOT .FiiM A Few Vards Off Broad Strr*t in Pr. Wm. 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PACE *l\ MM>\Y \rv(M \TI BUNDA1 NOVEMBER 18. 1SSI Inquest Adjourned (Jntil Nov. 20 TWO DOCTORS TKSTin ( Aubrey Si Peun %  %  %  %  %  I %  V %  | -. Plnfolrt I From exJ %  leg wa* i %  %  %  moani thai UM III" left rnlai fed lo th half of i %  %  LIU nitriml . %  Fndwnd skull %  %  ill To the Kln| s,.id that tho %  %  that could i .-d thtractup %  I Di I Aubrey i I i Jordan %  Id* of his r th" rtghi his hand %  %  %  Oh i, %  %  t tHdmn %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  give an f what had hapj lain). ultod and %  %  %  Ho*i To .i question I thnmuh i thai he was Jordan's physician for some time and the deceased had an enlarged heart Alihoui-%  irt the deceased %  %  fed health Peter said thai on Now sla inline on the beach bv Sands •. %  Iking with %  'lean! the "roaring" of a motor car and on looking back she saw the car number was L—112. Suddenly there was a crash and she saw the deceased Ms face i I %  i cars parked on th* e* if iff BJ1 the IM itiahty codfish required by this market una .\n!..,i[i ratal] prtoa ll increased Without am there was a prospect that there would be no furlher supplies %  uj rtoeki had been • (Untm had therefore accepted the necessity for the proposed Ineavaaa m th* tn( ..ota.n.ng adequate local market am' also in order l maintain the traditional good relations with th Newf-iimrll.il I Mipphcrs." POPPY DANCE I'nder the distinguished iMiroiiaue a/ His Cxcellesiev the fTooernor und Latin Sao*M AT MARINE HOTEL ON SATUHDAY. Noveml-r Hth TICKET*! SIM li.in.ln,: 9.110 pm 21.10.S1—3n They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hado J/iR. SNOOKER WE COG-LOVER IS R55EVER RONMtNG TO TUE VET 1= MS PJRP SO MUCH AS SURFS— MY UORE".' V, art? ACHILLES W3ULDNT EAT HS \ 'WKSEWeVrr TON6MTWILL HE UVE.DOC? WILL XX) OPERATE?KC : .ACHILLES.'! BOT-UE CAN BE FEELING LOWER THAM A COP'S ARCHES HIMSELF, AN0 HORSES COULDNT CRAG HIM TO AH /AD.' RED HAND PAINTS FROYIDr; CM i vni i PROTECTION FOR EXTERIORS AM) HIGH-CLASS DECORATION FOR INTERIORS Mi. HAND HARD OLOSS I Blip Green, tf < ream, f White. KID HAND IKOI'H \L "Hill IteUlnx IU Mhltenea*. Itl D HAND SI'H 1 M PAIN is For i \i.iii.rand Interiors Qffsjf, Dark firry. B'doa i n:iu A Dark Stone Oak Brawn. RED HAM) PERMANENT GREEN IVith Grey un direr** tin*. RED HAND MATINTO FLAT OIL PAINT For Interiors. Cream. While. Green. RED HANI) CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS Grey. Mid Grren, iiruln Ked. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Th. Hlgn of l-UONK 58 Jit to fie/ifoudio/7.' YES! every suit made by us is specially tailored to FIT TO PERFECTION While there are tailors and tailors" we can boast of being .... THE TOP-SCORERS IN TAILORING' P.C.S. MAFFEI & fO. Ltt. StaMbfgm the leading name in tennis Slazenger Tennis Balls specially made lor Tropical play Tin of 4 S I.O I Slazenger Frames %  as.** XI.-I..1I Sl..7 CAVE SHEPHERD &. (0. LTD 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street Hill Sport Shirts WITH A DIFFERENCE HOLM, W II Oil 11 It IIII By yil/AX TKXAXS By ABtTD Mhl.XI.Si; By OOmVLATS AT C. B. KICK & Co. MERCHANT TAILORS OF BOLTON LANE ^ i6j.SU KING "SMIL EH MAKES HIS SELECTION FROM HIS LOYAL SUBJECTS lilt! ii %  Mi %  II %  HERE ABE EIGHTEEN SUBJECTS el Hi. Hafcatj Kin* "Sadler" wha have been selected for limil jutl^iiiL: "ii Sjiliirda.v. Nuvrniber IMth al lluslincs Kock*. INuully Ihcro utv lw.l\i' lull lllis \r.ir si, Riln> .if KinSHIIIIT'S subjects luk so beulltitlll on COW \ Nil (.Ml thai |a llle|M liad 10 pick six .nldllionnl llnhiis from Ihak (iliotocraph*. An UM (iniil jn


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KOREAN WAR MAY British Troops Seize Army Stores Held By Egyptian Forces CAIRO, Nov. 17. BRITISH TROOPS forced then waj Into Port Said Custonu aic!i"iiw on s British troops In the i Zt !' % %  whloh Egyptian authorities had refused io surrender without payment <>i custonu enarga About 30 British soldier* participated m the After breaking Into tl"* warehm ggg they threw all Egyptian officials and workers out, loaded the COfWiglh ment of dried apples on trucks and drove away Oils And Fats Talks End IHISVM I>:AIS THE nieeling of Us* Ipaslll committee in con aMw tha menu of any future OiK and fat A|rwri. en t end ed House last night. There that; | !ed ihat %  ulian ternsstad at i*maiii>arly morning unsuccessful atA iu raftsman, %  by a burst of Sten sun by Brti? -/-_iUah mfliu Baataaj ,.„ ,,.... ,,., Nui'-iiir Raid Hi: general agreeim ^ nl-i( but %  !t by whuif isnopKeepers reported prices to the area and ... %  ,.' ident of processing Industrie* as .... intc rarnnninirv part of the economy ol the British c M ,., ,., :ht CiinaI z^,, Caribbean Colonies; liberation squads continued their intimidation campaign against W l 1 C4h pd a ...rken. in Britwas especially well adapted 10 UN ,. h |n*UUi l fur them condition* U the urea and that it outside military camps and tearthese circumstances, [fog up their passes as thev (ID paitiupdiiug Qovernmani i nafatasting .. n i.p. AsfRMaaant oo linei which would enable the OtVl I %  ; Bk an Un' purtant regional industry. ., .,, r %  rha report win... ssobodl Itusll I' IT6fl LUlUrr detailed recount:END BEFORE XMAS United Nations Make New Truce Proposal BET8AM leading tfc field m the O Chauce nd Diadem Tlie nnal isaa* ws kapaa if ft an I i 6.000 Leave Red Zone Each Month (By I IU H II SON) ".KHUN Nov. 16. Six thousand fugm. Eastern (Germany are rolling Into Merlin every month seeking to escape from Communist dominallon. That li m %  sians cannot laugh oft. German authorities hi tinBritish, Trench and American sectors of Barlln accept a l tout one-fourth of the newcomers as legltimale refUgeas A legitimate" rofUgai who can prove his life would be in danger if In returned to the East. Such a man or woman Is given a few cents a week for food and permitted Io Uug In MM Ol many refugee camp* OH remain here if they ttea tr a BUI they are on their own which means you have no papers, no probable Identity, no access to public assistance of any kindnothing. Yet thousands of Germans in the free sector prefer lhat rather than return to the RuSSUsM. — IT.P. consideration. It .i awatinf ol tha oils and Contaranoa (rill bo held early DOM year to reach Una I COO' lusiona i %  be form of Ui" aww Agi —mm iti which would come Int.. -rfe*-t c the lapaing ol the prose*! Agrcmettt on the 31st of Augu.-t. 1983 U.S. Jet Clashes 'Z With Russian Piano nvw Agreement will be submlUeill (\,||trikl lit Kwlnv loiihw.ui iiMnunu, i)> OH; ^-oniroi in ^junej ChUmu ul tine:,„,„miu-e. ProSYDNEY. N U v. 11 Ior C. O. BeasU-,, 1 M ... Io. Hundreds ol dog-Ural IMS' wOessr " r s" i r 2 ua T u nation on Saturday as they continued tha battle against dimasl5ln A1RFOHCE, Korea, Nov 17 Itroufl bush in*.Tha overall one United States F-M SaM /iKitlon on gjwhirdaji waa getierhrejet damaged one Russian ^o-jally easier with most of the serious |madc M1G 15 near Slnuilu Wider control, but even ..n fi.turday as sub-stratosphere ] "00 Police, troops (lghler inlenepleis langlad for the .ml dvillan volunteery weir still Brat tune since NovemU-i 1U. All lant patrola OH tht Ol UM Sabrvlets ivturncd safelv Dunquerque Wins Big Sweep As Meet Ends HON'BUE J P CHANDLER !-year-old buy filly Uuiiquerque mil of O.'l" %  Ihe Jumui Handicai "* '"' iu peon her third win ol the intotmR and heeume tti<' champion horsa when ihe Barbados Turf Cli. 1 Autumn Meet ins ended al the Garrison Savs The largtsi orwd lhat oUand< I .. ing wai %  . %  i ihe best ither was ihi track w ill in al• one Mf. b.-A. V d bay fillv Den %  %  %  ;> tht SI Lawroncol 8 bandi %  helming 8th Army Drive On 11 %  near!) i*>. %  %  He.i* i %  %  i %  n I r Koyal Couple Back Home Suspected Spy Snoots itunsetf ..ii iliA A i % %  %  snot was UM pout lureaii. oo %  %  ii basd an iiiforin >i He was HUI BUVa lomgnt after u blooo i no police nun us Nicholas Vavoudaa, Irani Voloa In Contnl Greece, aged H ,L. trnlnlna whool in Moscow with a Greek Conununial .. I iiithorities claim that ho U i information to countrle* tehind the Iron Curtain from u radio Ua %  found in Iha bldeoui in a today. He i ami n %  i %  td.mger sp.t>. — I'.P. HOABINH IS RED SUPPLY BASE HANOI, v • lhai Comniuui-i raoal Vietminn I %  i > % %  vlli u U| lloaoinn as an import..r oase for operations again-i hien./i Vietnam uroopg w.i> dlaesoaad on Baiurday following tha mterrogaDon oi prisoners b] l^aucb Authorities said they learned My before the Vntn, .! %  i %  was launched ber 13. 1,000 Vietmmh coolie their bases. A flight of K-86 escorting F-80 %  ed upon by an estimated S3 aflO BinuUa nd "MIG Alley'. During the 10-minute battle fought botwaasj 10,000 and 30,000 fe-t I avals, on.at the sweptwlnc 1 |atS was damaged. —t r. Motwudegh Will Visii Cairo CAIRO. Nov. 17, The Iranian Premiei. Mnhuinmc I '; .-sadegli. will pay a state visit here < 1 Tuesday, %  which bad |0na through Houbmh trans-M is believed will strengthen th porting 500 ease, .,1 umnui.w lot. Arab naUon, sohdari y nppoalnr and military equipment for tha provlnca of Thanh Hoa south of the Red river delta. U and rice packed In caaas bearing Chinese ich weighing 100 pound;. v 1 %  transported by coolie*. jirisoners —V.P. KESH.TS Al A 1,1 \M t i si 11. ION VI IIMI 1 I'.i IOI -1 I I M I Bri-VM s 111 1. \l 1 t Mattel n.ia-i li i! .. Mr 11 rarinhars 4wani uui %  %  1 O.T.C. Progaoy %  Jumui llandk ap iiinxiuerque, Mauh Wii ,dl OTi in iha Kieid Sweep, ihe prizei %  the n eet SHOO mark a the U0 1 1 "W on> .ho St. laiwretiee UVCRPOOI %  rraan lhali 16^00-rnua lour ol %  I ashore fTOB I inei 1 %  • rha bartta %  ..ken 11 Royal Coupli %  I I %  lineass and In%  1 1 ketotj 7 by air, t I Washington 1 r No Colour Bar Vgaiiis! W.L In Australia llVif China l^iirncliep ' 'n',.most sw 1 Produetittii Drive HON<: K"i\'. %  u have launched •> %  drive f. ra pro luctlon and 'irutei srtartt] lo In mat hei Ki i ha HI 11. %  ;. %  %  %  . LafUat 1 conlan nci 1 %  ttendad b) ;.re now IH-III %  .d Sh ghai tj ui to maki the |*-oplc work h.u :. . Bpn 1 %  ida at th .... N quoted by th. sources, nea er l b ad Ihs drive as long term ni'iv.iniiii." daatawad k increase antl*Amartcan iritfananl and lanotlallj '.' %  port to the so-called ( IHI. "vohmti ei%  m Korea — t'.l*. h The %  %  %  C handlai li 11 Ilia all of Ml 1 I .... with six The I'< !: %  %  I oast tinfl '. ga ih-uiu on Page I PLANE CRASHES AFTER COLLISION ii-ai K IIOMI: British and Western inllneNi.' Mossadegh will stop off ban en-route home from the United States. He will be received oy Egypt's King Farouk and be the' SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. IT guast of honour at two banquet..' An Over* \ 1 sponsored by the Egyptian Premie JH 1 ,. £l Nahaa Pasha, and the Acting 1I1(: al gfa| Foreign Minister. Ibrahim FarSg | n B | Saturday ;.ftcr COUldlng with -"Rait way Bridge Collapses ROME. Nov. 17, Eight pctsons were reported Killed, and 20 injured in southern Italy today when ,. railway bridge '(ollapuvd under a passing train The train which was a single unit nieseL plunged 15 feet from t laval f the Denomliiato-Cillbei bridge Into Oka rival Iwlow. I K Idem irecurred at 1 10 a.m. — f.P. in San Pram isco. tha Clt u naullcs Adnunis'i crew nnnii.lv were killed Recent ,lnq 4 is a chan MI. i"er cattle Wants To Buy Jamaican Beef KJNOSTi >•%  Jamaica, Nov. IS, '>n. fi.i Jamaican beaf have I ly and Ihi pi %  Hi red aHuld llow ; .i. mani io pn now Khtd '•'! i >>'. bhely %  would bs I. in f Livo. l*o Uiver Hreuks 'lirou.vli RuilkH 20,000 Evacuated MILAN ". i I %  I i in dawn to %  %  r i braka through tin ri biink <>n • %  %  %  %  Boiogn i 11 ""i" < ind voluni flOUt the night Tl'. mldnlghl AleMa 0o i (oUoaring an houi essioi, m iha I Its hall with Ua ; %  ity's May.if I'nfeit and Army I Ordet %  likewise r the evacuation "' U* Adria. IS nuai aa I plaguad b) Iha watan of tin-i \dltto R — t\p. i : OCKEI CARTOON TOWEEL RETAINS BANTAM CROWN .IOHANNKSIIUIK; N.A IT Joe Towecl of South Africa successfully defended the Bantamweight crown against challenger Luis Romero of Spain over 15 rounds in a one-way fight on Saturday night. It w as a case of a perfect boxer beating a game slugger with Towecl .Imost in-fang out the Spaniard in the llfteentb round. After quelling Romero's initial bull rushes. Towaal wan never in danger and the 'ports writers at the ringside arded 12 rounds to the South with three drawn. —f.P. %  %  14 000 ILs ii ii %  f..i ito ippraa uihlj GovarrunaM cot i %  Inabia plane owned by California 1 ern Airlines lam -IP I man. N i last year. It i dnhl l %  lUl Of lb%  .p-.y bacl il'AJZ*9 n l'"" 1 h.iI ; racom> the Asaoclatl %  made but t*. i< unliKely that iholesak* axsortatloD of beef ttie iron ii.. island win be • miTtcd PEACE TREATIES APPROVED TOKYO. Nov. Hal House of I %  %  %  Saturday evening. Btlli arera i. ediataly Io Iha planai %  i r What run i Ho T r •iTMfl -mf T IN i knoa taai I be i w Ar( hokstnias, and Taai %  • the Comm u tie ne. pravldad i is and the %  %  >i ... ths ithm the 30eturn to the presi %  the provisional '.he next step %  bs two armistice %  nre both fiom an.. itfffaa of .HI i from ..ther i.iie.i lulled National Plan %  %  latlvaa of Iha %  Ki Al Hinleers, %  l %  ontlnua %  %  rturj sgraa lhal iha present %  %  UUlla ihe demarcation thai m mill from this Una win %  i and .. .UM.!. S Of U i.m.il demllltai isad *"me ihei sgraa th..t the above military, demarca..ii line. .in by ths III -drlegntlon. %  M "'.it the Reds gave this snap poaalt "we I in l tl... i\i %  i %  %  %  %  rtu> w> %  ', ottered %  1 %  %  hotel Ul %  No ( nmpiainl' %  i l %  I 1 %  II of • %  I r %  %  %  I I %  will bavs anj i %  i %  %  have bast ii %  ; (iROMYKO HANDS IN NOTE ON TRIESTE l i INDON, Nov. 17. %  DapuU rko handad Ihi i i note M'.-nw on S lid taW ,f the n-.t. had bean received irttlah S tn b as as in Mos—u.p. Rfinil ftfalriaaafffld 150 Negro IS'iMHiers I • f.-nnei %  %  %  %  %  %  •• i thg ago. .roes had • ft. i batBi BUTr undi-d on the Korean li.-nt by ksQ of the 39th Chinese Conunui I Aimy. The ftodi ., ,, w ,..| oown |b negroes with DMcMnaSJUna, soon ittorward, in suppoead retuliation for the daatructlon of %  garrison th,. negroes | n flghtlm; 1 .vs oarUar, —I'.P. The "ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Nigtil. Afn PRINCESS P.T.IZABETi; at the controls of thRoyal Train dbring ths tnunpasl Royal Tour ef Canada Tha Princess and Prlocs Philip srrtred back In England ymwer. Most Norwegians keep cautiously away from the frontier but %  %  the Russians and relea ed > cow A • %  n im In II '. %  <;i snd posse*i I Mrcnath, smooth running, superior woramsnihip and king • DsMSrUds in MB I in %  P OH iiu stt-Sfisi ncrcii A wido variety of models always on display and ready assembled lor you to lake away. Sea our cycle Department, first Floor I IVI SHEPHERD 8 U. lid. 10. 11. 12 & 13 Brood Solo Dull ibjlori lid. 'v Sued M <^T....U1 .... 1.1 on aim iiiimi enmi i • %  %  lllll • %  < %  r —at


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KOREAN WAR MAY
British Troops Seize
Army Stores Held
By Egyptian Forces
CAIRO, Nov. 17.
BRITISH TROOPS forced then waj Into Port Said
Custonu aic!i"iiw on s British
troops In the i Zt !' whloh Egyptian authorities
had refused io surrender without payment <>i custonu
enarga About 30 British soldier* participated m the
After breaking Into tl"* warehm ggg they threw all
Egyptian officials and workers out, loaded the COfWiglh
ment of dried apples on trucks and drove away
Oils And Fats
Talks End
ihisvm i>:ais
THE nieeling of Us* Ipaslll
committee in conaMw tha menu
of any future OiK and fat
A|rwri. en t end ed
House last night.
There
that;
. |
!ed ihat
ulian ter-
nsstad at i*maiii : the Sue/ Canal EOBS attar .'ti
>>arly morning unsuccessful at-
a iu raftsman,

by a burst of Sten sun
by Brt-
i? -/-_iUah mfliu
Baataaj ,. ,,.... ,,.,
Nui'-iiir Raid
Hi:
general agreeim ^ nl-i(
but - !t by
whuif isnopKeepers reported
prices to the area and ... ,,.' ident of
processing Industrie* as .... intc rarnnninirv.
part of the economy ol the British cM ,.,..... ,., :ht. CiinaI z^,,
Caribbean Colonies; liberation squads continued their
, intimidation campaign against
W l1' C4h pd 'a' ...rken. in Brit-
was especially well adapted 10 UN ,.h |n*UUi l fur them
condition* U the urea and that it outside military camps and tear-
these circumstances, [fog up their passes as thev
(id paitiupdiiug Qovernmani
i nafatasting .. n i.p.
AsfRMaaant oo linei which would
enable the OtVl I ; Bk an Un- ------------
purtant regional industry. ., .,, r
rha report win... ssobodl Itusll I' IT6fl LUlUrr
detailed recount:-
END BEFORE XMAS
United Nations Make
New Truce Proposal
BET8AM leading tfc field m the O
Chauce nd Diadem Tlie nnal isaa* ws
kapaa if ft an I i
6.000 Leave
Red Zone
Each Month
(By I IU H II SON)
".KHUN Nov. 16.
Six thousand fugm.
Eastern (Germany are rolling Into
Merlin every month seeking to
escape from Communist domina-
llon. That li m
sians cannot laugh oft. German
authorities hi tin- British, Trench
and American sectors of Barlln
accept a l tout one-fourth of the
newcomers as legltimale refUgeas
A legitimate" rofUgai
who can prove his life would be
in danger if In returned to the
East. Such a man or woman Is
given a few cents a week for food
and permitted Io Uug In MM Ol
many refugee camp* OH .
remain here if they tteatra BUI
they are on their own which
means you have no papers, no
probable Identity, no access to
public assistance of any kind-
nothing. Yet thousands of Ger-
mans in the free sector prefer
lhat rather than return to the
RuSSUsM.
IT.P.
consideration. It
.i awatinf ol tha oils and
Contaranoa (rill bo held early DOM
year to reach Una I COO' lusiona i
be form of Ui" aww Agimmiti
which would come Int.. -rfe*-t c
the lapaing ol the prose*! Agrc-
mettt on the 31st of Augu.-t. 1983
U.S. Jet Clashes
'Z With Russian Piano
nvw Agreement will be submlUeill (\,||trikl lit Kwlnv
loiihw.ui iiMnunu, i)> oh; ^-oniroi in ^junej
ChUmu ul tin- e:,,miu-e. Pro- SYDNEY. NUv. 11
Ior C. O. BeasU-,, 1 M ... Io. Hundreds ol dog-Ural IM-
S' wOessr "rs"ir 2 uaTu
nation on Saturday as they con-
tinued tha battle against dimas- l5ln A1RFOHCE, Korea, Nov 17
Itroufl bush in*.- Tha overall one United States F-M Sa-
M/iKitlon on gjwhirdaji waa getier- hrejet damaged one Russian
^o-jally easier with most of the serious |madc M1G 15 near Slnuilu
Wider control, but even ..n fi.turday as sub-stratosphere
] "00 Police, troops (lghler inlenepleis langlad for the
.ml dvillan volunteery weir still Brat tune since NovemU-i 1U. All
lant patrola OH tht Ol UM Sabrvlets ivturncd safelv
Dunquerque Wins Big
Sweep As Meet Ends
HON'BUE J P CHANDLER !-year-old buy filly
Uuiiquerque mil of O.'l" "
Ihe Jumui Handicai "* '"'
iu peon her third win ol the intotmR and heeume tti<'
champion horsa when ihe Barbados Turf Cli.1
Autumn Meet ins ended al the Garrison Savs
- The largtsi or- wd lhat oUand< I
.. ing wai
. .
i ihe best
ither was
ihi track w ill in al-
one
Mf. b.-A. V d bay
fillv Den ;> tht SI Lawroncol8
bandi ' helming
8th Army
Drive On
11

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I r
Koyal Couple
Back Home
Suspected Spy
Snoots itunsetf
..ii..... iliA
A
i


snot was
UM pout. lureaii. oo
ii basd an
iiiforin >i
He was HUI BUVa lomgnt after
u blooo i no police
nun us Nicholas
Vavoudaa, Irani Voloa In Contnl
Greece, aged H
,l. trnlnlna
whool in Moscow with a Greek
Conununial .. I
iiithorities claim that ho
U i information to coun-
trle* tehind the Iron Curtain from
u radio Ua found in Iha blde-
oui in a *
today. He i ami n

i
td.mger sp.t>.I'.P.
HOABINH IS RED
SUPPLY BASE
HANOI, v
lhai Comniuui-i raoal
Vietminn I . i > vlli u U|
lloaoinn as an import..r
oase for operations again-i hien./i
Vietnam uroopg w.i> dlaesoaad on
Baiurday following tha mterroga-
Don oi prisoners b] l^aucb
Authorities said they learned
My before the Vntn,
.! i was launched
ber 13. 1,000 Vietmmh coolie
their bases.
A flight of K-86 escorting F-80

ed upon by an estimated S3 aflO -
BinuUa nd "MIG Alley'.
During the 10-minute battle fought
botwaasj 10,000 and 30,000 fe-t
I avals, on.- at the sweptwlnc
1 |atS was damaged.
t r.
Motwudegh Will
Visii Cairo
CAIRO. Nov. 17,
The Iranian Premiei. Mnhuinmc I
'; .-sadegli. will pay a state visit
here <
1 Tuesday,
which
bad |0na through Houbmh trans--
M is believed will strengthen th
porting 500 ease, .,1 umnui.w lot. Arab naUon, sohdari y nppoalnr
and military equipment
for tha provlnca of Thanh Hoa
south of the Red river delta.
U and rice
packed In caaas bearing Chinese
ich weighing 100 pound;.
* v 1 transported by coolie*.
jirisoners
V.P.
KESH.TS Al A 1,1 \M t
i si.....
11. ION VI
IIMI 1 I'.i
IOI -1
I I M I
Bri-VM
s 111 1. \l 1
t Mattel
n.ia-i
li i-
!
.. Mr 11 rarinhars 4-
wani
uui

1
O.T.C. Progaoy

Jumui llandk ap iiinxiuerque,
Mauh Wii
,dl OTi
in iha Kieid Sweep, ihe prizei
the n eet
shoo mark a
the U0
1 1 "W on>
.ho St. laiwretiee
UVCRPOOI

rraan lhali 16^00-rnua lour ol

I
ashore fTOB I
inei 1


rha
bartta '
..ken 11 .
Royal Coupli

I I
lineass and In-
1 1 ketotj
7 by air, t
I
Washington
1 r
No Colour Bar
Vgaiiis! W.L
In Australia
llVif China l^iirncliep' ''n',.- most sw
1
Produetittii Drive
HON<: K"i\'.

u have launched >
drive f........ra pro luctlon and
'irutei srtartt] lo In mat hei
Ki
i ha hi 11. ;.
.'..
LafUat 1
conlan nci 1 ttendad b)
;.re now Ih-iii
.d Sh
ghai tj ui to maki
the |*-oplc work h.u :.
. Bpn 1 ida at th
.... n quoted by th.
sources, neaerlbad Ihs drive as
long term ni'iv.iniiii." daatawad k
increase antl*Amartcan iritfananl
and lanotlallj '.'
port to the so-called ( Ihi. .
"vohmti ei- m Korea t'.l*.
h
The


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C handlai
li 11 Ilia all of Ml 1
I ....
with six
The I'< !:
I oast tinfl '.
.
ga ih-uiu on Page I
PLANE CRASHES
AFTER COLLISION
ii-ai k iiomi:
British and Western inllneNi.'
Mossadegh will stop off ban
en-route home from the United
States. He will be received oy
Egypt's King Farouk and be the' SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. IT
guast of honour at two banquet..' An Over* \ 1
sponsored by the Egyptian Premie jh 1 ,.
l Nahaa Pasha, and the Acting 1I1(: algfa|
Foreign Minister. Ibrahim FarSg |n B |
Saturday ;.ftcr COUldlng with -"-
Rait way Bridge
Collapses
ROME. Nov. 17,
Eight pctsons were reported
Killed, and 20 injured in southern
Italy today when ,. railway bridge
'(ollapuvd under a passing train
The train which was a single unit
nieseL plunged 15 feet from t
laval f the Denomliiato-Cillbei
bridge Into Oka rival Iwlow. I
K Idem irecurred at 1 10 a.m.
f.P.
in San Pram isco. tha Clt u
naullcs Adnunis'i
crew nnnii.lv were killed Recent ,lnq
4
is a chan mi. i"er cattle
Wants To Buy
Jamaican Beef
KJNOSTi >- Jamaica, Nov. IS,
'>n. fi.i Jamaican beaf have
I
ly and Ihi pi Hi red aHuld
llow ; .i. mani io pn
now k-
htd ''!
i >>'. bhely

would bs
I. in f
Livo-
.
l*o Uiver Hreuks
' 'lirou.vli RuilkH
20,000 Evacuated
MILAN ". i
I
I
i in dawn to
..... r i
braka through tin ri
biink <>n




Boiogn i
11 ""i" < ind volun-
i flOUt the
night Tl'.
mldnlghl
AleMa 0o i
(oUoaring an houi
essioi, m iha i Its hall with Ua ;
ity's May.if I'nfeit and Army I
Ordet likewise
r the evacuation "' U*
Adria. IS nuai aa I
plaguad b) Iha watan of tin-i
\dltto R
t\p. i
: OCKEI CARTOON
TOWEEL RETAINS
BANTAM CROWN
.iohannksiiuik; n.a it
Joe Towecl of South Africa
successfully defended the Ban-
tamweight crown against chal-
lenger Luis Romero of Spain over
15 rounds in a one-way fight on
Saturday night. It was a case of
a perfect boxer beating a game
slugger with Towecl .Imost
in-fang out the Spaniard in the
llfteentb round. After quelling
Romero's initial bull rushes.
Towaal wan never in danger and
the 'ports writers at the ringside
arded 12 rounds to the South
with three drawn.
f.P.
14 000 ILs
ii ii
f..i ito
ippraa uihlj
GovarrunaM cot i Inabia
plane owned by California 1
ern Airlines lam
-IP
I man. N i last year. It
i dnhl
l
lUl Of lb-

.p-.y bacl
il'A- JZ*9 "n l'""1 h.i-
I ; racom-
> the Asaoclatl
- made but t*. i< unliKely that
iholesak* axsortatloD of beef
ttie iron ii.. island win be
miTtcd
PEACE TREATIES
APPROVED
TOKYO. Nov.
Hal House of I


! Saturday evening. Btlli arera
i. ediataly Io Iha planai

i r
' What run i Ho T r
iTMfl -mf t IN
i knoa taai
I
be i w Ar-
( hokstnias, and
Taai .
the Comm u
tie ne. pravldad
i is and the
>i ...
ths
ithm the 30-
eturn to the pres-
i
the provisional
'.he next step
bs two armistice

nre both
fiom an.. itfffaa of
.hi i from ..ther
i.iie.i lulled National Plan


latlvaa of Iha

Ki Al
Hinleers,
l
. ontlnua

rturj sgraa lhal iha present


UUlla ihe demarcation
thai m mill from this
Una win
i and
.. .UM.!......S Of U
i.m.il demllltai isad *"me
' ihei sgraa th..t the above
military, demarca-
..ii line. .in

g .-it., tlva i

..del this agrai
i legations
iaoai v isarloa
i rhay spaa that if the ar-
lOt signed
iyi period.
Una ol contact
will be determined Jointl> by ths
III -drlegntlon.

M "'.it the Reds gave this snap
poaalt "we
I
in r
il rom i R \\K >l tl... i\i
i .




rtu> w>

. ', ottered

1


hotel Ul

No ( nmpiainl'
i
l

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1
ii of .

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I

will bavs anj
i
i

have bast
ii

;
(iROMYKO HANDS IN
NOTE ON TRIESTE
l i INDON, Nov. 17.

Dapu-
U
rko handad Ihi
i
i note
M'.-nw on S
lid taW
,f the n-.t. had bean received
irttlah Stnbasas in Mos-
u.p.
Rfinil ftfalriaaafffld 150
Negro IS'iMHiers '
I
f.-nnei




i thg ago.
.roes had
ft. i batBi but-
r undi-d on the Korean li.-nt by
ksQ of the 39th
Chinese Conunui I Aimy.
The ftodi ., ,,w,..| oown |b
negroes with DMcMnaSJUna, soon
ittorward, in suppoead retulia-
tion for the daatructlon of
garrison
th,. negroes |n flghtlm;
1 .vs oarUar, I'.P.
The "ADVOCATE"
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Nigtil.
Afn
PRINCESS P.T.IZABETi; at the controls of th- Royal Train dbring
ths tnunpasl Royal Tour ef Canada Tha Princess and Prlocs Philip
srrtred back In England ym Atomic Weapon*
Test Postponefl
I.AS VEGAS. Nevada. Nov. 17.
Light winds, which could bring
itoratt cloud, from a nu-
clear blast Into this resort area,
once again forced the Atomic En-
i ergy Commission to postpone the
tests of the effect of the new
; lanaad Bar today The
is the third in as
many days.H.P.
Mortvay Wonders 1/ Russian -Offensive"
OSLO, Norwi
N

"Why this Russian offensive*"
Norwe.
other war but agree with then
Government that the -i'
quires the utmost caution and
preparedness In ens., the anu
should break out
war Norway w,-- pro-
i undly grateful toward |
s.ans wtl
I
' '
"'ml*r i
i .tlons.
Hut six
tether with Turkey
!y as far uv.
Russia as a n .
I">wer.
Most Norwegians keep cautious-
ly away from the frontier but


the Russians and relea ed >
cow A
n im In II
'.

<;i
snd
posse*- i
I Mrcnath,
smooth running,
superior wora-
msnihip and king
DsMSrUds in
MB I in
P OH
iiu stt-Sfisi ncrcii
A wido variety of models
always on display and
ready assembled lor you
to lake away. Sea our
cycle Department, first Floor
I IVI SHEPHERD 8 U. lid.
10. 11. 12 & 13 Brood
Solo Dull ibjlori
. lid. 'v
Sued M
<^T....U1 ....
1.1 on aim iiiimi enmi i lllll <
r
at


I' Ml TWO
I MDA1 U>VW til
4 * mm
'*'* Utal 2110
HiM. STtt TRAU. |l
iiPKVI 7"niK>iHoT 11. i ft. f >
QOODBYE, MY FANCY
&
KI\IK I Ml
III 4 # 4 *'*.>.
Oil! mi ns
mi rnir \
*m LVMD >
- ..... a .:.* err mt>i
"KIM HKIK\I
HI IIM KV XK.MI
411 I % *ni"-'rtr.
>r JAMBA
kihm lownaiton
tU/l.l G !
""a?**
.lUHVSJR
SVNDAl vii i Mill i: is. 1S">I
D
THE
BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS
present
THE CIRCLE
by Somerset Maufham
Vovrmbr 27.211.'JU
EMPIRE THEATRE
Bookim OHk-- asfeassj n
Friday. ;jrd m h.imi .,.m.
! Btl
B W I A. Bad BilNI
#t/k//> Callinq
i Augustus
M Sat . ii.

Who Won
Hat.


'
Dr, Peat and Dr.


due in arr
aft by the

' I won !l
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.1
Holiday Ends
ISS MILDRED BIN

lush Guiana on
A l.A.
'
. Mi-. |(.--it
Dr I Shi- ihormiKhK
-
Up had baas I i lovely *e* bathing.
I than v J mi ,ilenl in her hoi i
Barbadian Geolofist Reciprocal Exhibition
MR. ami Mi NVi] iftrlfSTrll A RECIPROCAL Art F '-
/\ '4wren Jamaica Baas
of weeks ;iiio in Canada Haiti i bean*. ,irtnil wiih the
i ' A ymtm -..motine cultural and
Unf in*
h mtyaaoon Bern
P

MR. IAMB <.RO*"-Mil II
Similar Job
DLAYGOERS
i i*
i laaaDfast, *.i>ok hi* BJ
E M V I It E
lO-Mf 4 IS a. 8.30 *nd C unlinuiDR Hill.
PLAZA-
SEXS.trmx!
DUE SOON!?!
ii rowN.
Mai *W
///r/u/r///o/v//\
Iher-tnre...
Yam < art il..- Urn-
l BVaaparbdaalpi,
diaaonattlarl i onstmction lot
ifatkm.andanaap<
< ii|> -tit. Ii n| fin wonderful
sanpori 11 \i. 11.,
inaaji today! In row (avorito
I :
Bras-
sieres Iff made oil] iii tin-
; Unarioa.
Than is a
- )ttatden 7am
lui ..*.-. typa ( tigure.
''i.nada nml John EllHneer. LibrarSSI
his Mfic -IrKree at Yah- ! Jamaica nnd M

Jean TuinrrnfCulinn
i-s the scheme
oa Guli Oil Company w"n, ,h*' lli"1';"1 c
Arrangements have been made
for a Haitian art ex hi
osh ban Jan
1 lime.

T.C.A. Departures
T C A

Three iJ^..m-n. left
I
Ml Alan
A Site
Si
>... Chin
;. .
Miii-nt has grant-
fee plane
1 to btg
.(Win*: a
n Route To France
M4ASSEI, Captain
and owner ol the Af.V
1 .ibado
W \ >.Merday
he
nda aim Librarian of tin- year, si <> tomorrow ami.


roturaanaj t
hu a* we know tin- t,
lijrbadiim K*o.olst to work at that V
rmfessio
' Mr. ;md Mf
i larles MaeKasMaa i I Dalnev",

liwilllltlff M Pirillll
, ,,i the Briuueiown Plaj
Somcret her passerupBrs on the same
Mawtfua v charias
tawbOld and Mr. William W.
Watir Polo In Granada
MR. MICHAEL MA
Din
' back '
the pan ilitlle
Shaw's comedy will be teen as
Prize Winners
LUCKY winner* of urizes at BCOpt i
thecjj! Bail held. On Honeymoon
;.i tba Pjradle Bae.cn dub *J moon in
ii iii"'. Mi O '
1-dghlU who wOB 1*0 but- H ,
.vhisky and one bottle of n-mly mil
rum; Mi C I ler of St. 11
-niiiy m n.w i a
ttandini .i con*
na Brecdlns Advisory Crnn-
hlch t(->k place here laei Malthias Gap. who won two bo'
Has f rum and one bottle of Mr. !) BOUBa I rfll er\'r.nt
t KeUman at
' .. !
in IBM, Hi- bj now U lioltle Of WB
Oranada. n<- PrlM-wlnners i
'f the ruk<* Mcssr.'. R. ;md Q. Chall,
of the game which he obtained a office an.
r prises
Pole As.hm.i1km. Son of .
th. players ure already practtsliiii /\nnual Leave
IpOSU VfR AND MRS. BASIL SKIN- R|?SScta" t^. , ,,
in In another \l stM cvbO ,i ven,e wi,'
y to visit some of the Leeward aunu Ml.
S- '" > .:. W..smntwn
r. Swarnmi plans to spend twy
P lua Beach
U.N. Organisation
\osa the u.s. yn>
iiuniiing via Tnnl-
Mr. and
' n A. Allans and iheir

laying al Mast-
Off To U.S.
| : tVINQ
Mis:.

H..i
unlit Y.lll-!
1 things M
\
B left.
Bock From
MLDTf
U.K.
MANNING.
i of Uan-
b, return-
Ukins who is a Bar-
SSI here for six
is with the UN. Or-
I Vm.
wart M
' to meet him.
With Royal Bank
Mi i NG. who ii with
I Bank of Canada
:
i day morning by
tdJt i od in* annual
laying with the
:. BeUavUle,
mber or the TTi-
nldad smtar polo team which
couple Of ->*>> ui September.
Mr. Skinner who la with :.c |nrt T.IL:_- D.l-t
B.W.I.A'1 TranV Deportmenl W)M lalking foint
. ;.nnual leave. [rK. irg aa^rwilatai thew
Turfites Return r '''",*' ,han
RETURNING i" Trinidad I v*r*
v | \ ,.,. m, T.C.A. Supervisor
"r TV*f '* GORDON L. BARKER,
"

11 -",7 V.u> "lj"]! pL,y l" vli" ^ "' l-*i :tlll
'; "' JTcjiiaj wand, ^,0,, returning to Bar- AnnTe Sctlc
' utesin. couple of ,..
ited Bot-
M1

HQUSE0NTELE6RAPH,
EXTRA
r\swo\t:t) rail ICTiO/SM
It O Y A L
LAST I SHOWS TO-IIAY 1.10 1, t.is m-miKKon 1 111 *n\ 1.10 HIS
1 ulunibia Double - Ciilutnhiu Whole Serial
Robtn wranw Joan CAULF1ELD In GIRL OF THE YEAR - I % .M4N(.I It With Roban kki.i.ahi*
AOftOM niRiiis
and WPU. .V. II.ur. 4.10 A B.U Double
Johnny WEISSMU1.I.V Junilp Jim IlillllVllt ei 11111 "
In AND
" MARK OF THE Chnrlo> STARRETT la .
GORILLA texas anM4MaM
OLY.MPH
TO-DAY *. Tomorrow t.30
A 115
M-G-M & Fox Double-------
Stewart GRANGER
Deborah KERR in
" KING SOLOMONS
MINES "
Color by I r< hull nlor
and
Batty GRABLE Dan DAILY in
CALL ME MISTER"
In Technicolor
I u.v,l.. A W>dni-Mlil> 4.J0
C 1.15
DOUHJ
MICKKV HOONEY
ANN B1.YTIIE
In
"KILLER McCOY"
AND
" DIAMOND
HORSESHOE "
Color h> Technleelor
Starring .
DICK HAYMES
BETT^ GRABLE
from 3 to 7 p.m.
at
THE DRII.I. IIAI,I
under the dbUngulifaed
patronjue of His
KxcrliciKv tMc Qownof
and Lady Savage
t.ni 11
\l IIIUTIOXS
': IVa I'.M.I ' NS XMAS
I'AIIDS Md Dm I 1...
BO 'Ks DOI l.s & DOLI.
HOUSES. STATION
WACGONS.
gifts hki novk/tth
SWEETS tad I
COOKED FOOD
A v.: II Storked HAK
MAKlONKTTE SHOW
I.LTKV DIPS
POLICE BAND
will ba hi attendance
ADMISSION 1/-
C'liildri-n & Nur... liil
STRENGTH
SHOW I
Patron: Mr. A. G. BAYLEY \
at x
QlfBBNI PAMK BrKaU J'
Nil ED
Thurkdi*. Nov. rind. 1951 *
R p m ;*
I'KICIS; [-Alt I
J. BUlaUN, I
Diraetor, ^>
' by
liiiuKhter in La* Mm Harold
v
ngers on the T.C.A
Q Klll;.-
Mi A
Vanden-
' "g Mr ,,! Miss S.
V,4rlm
Su|
, Hew ...
ol South [ ( ,\ yaerday
.: .. ...,, prill- Barbados ftH one
vcri I at i
Ouasi
Worthing.
Father And Son
MR. A. A. BANNISTER. Depu-
f EdiB-atlon In
I i alii who *m
.
. isll lurfore n
Hi
La Li '
Incidental Intellitence
pnmrammes on U.S.
thai are rehearsed
i |tl are the wrest linn n
\rtrr-* l.ia Kirk.
View Hdtel. L.E.S.
l.v W
ons are in the Air
AS Ilullsh women smart under Bghttr iiaen .nout.h of the cord lo
tii.. hYfcatl rnrlon cut, more and rnaka .ii.tilv 300 stocklnaa.
Short Holiday I 'r,. "f.u! lweWe.'.in."' to ' .. tj.o. are belnB lilted
Ma -"'"". ""' htJJI Idjlt before returning to . ,M|,| ,,,,, uuihItM* o( In VM and., ..rrl.,e. ol nearl;
R. "' ,,......"".....' ,l pain which Ihcv iicvit unload II heavy .urUnm operated by the
a. It. M.-i,.h and Co.. in -Leaton-on-Sea, The stream , ifcalr tjnaa, h corporaUona and to forelm
.inn a shon hull- Abo .pendlmt bolkUj bata Tl. Mtra UranaUl i ed over here.
i tld atayinn at "I^ton-cm-sra.' Vli| , v|on ,.| ,, n,,w baton Tlicy art said to have a con-
son Neville mrorporiitoil In the i ll I lonaai lil. than the old
I'" on In St \ n.. Me.nr. i,.
i re returllng to Antmn i Bookaff Bra In C.enrsetown.
v-., -- ...-...-..-.-.-,...,-,v,.,-,...,.-,-,.,-..,-..-..-.-...-.'.-.-.-...-..;; fc
1. I O H I
CARLTON CLUB
iiiMii: . i>
MOMDA1 -lit ->l. \>
\itoi xnxi
NICIIOI.A.S
A H
II
1-. I'M.
IV"
GRABLE
:. CAUMKN
a m \nda
AND THE MUSICAL SHORT ;>
I Ml t DM MM MSTEKS" *J
At DITIOM THI8 MORNING : M> A.M. S
Idtgal T-lenl MAKIC O A STEEL BANDS
i am; I I A DI'.ISS MIOI'
_______________I.OWKII BHOAIJ STREET_______________
DRESSES of ALL types
: : ALSO :
BATHING BURSStrapless Elastic Satin
in exiitic shades.
KXCI.lsiYK DHBS8 LENGTHS for Cocktail
and Evening from the Continent.
B O X Y
Itl-IIAV to Tt'ESIlAY 4 30 A 1.15
COLUMBIA IX>UBLE
I
V
10 Discount next Tuesday
On Tuesday, November 20th m
iirst annlvaraary in Barbs* h to thank uii our
tloir patronage ami
.....a * promise to main-
ervlee for which we
knewn.
As a mark ol our apnrti |] be n.lowing nil
discount of :o'' on ..u puicnsiss on Tuas-
II. IKLimai V4.. Lid.
of Barbados Opposite Goddards
S WSiWC ^"*Ii*Ci'. S'
PARADISE BEACH CLUB
I on Saturday 1st December 1951
I Music by Mr.Cail Curwen's Orchestra
DANCING from 9 p.m
ADMISSION $1.00
*V^*OV>VVOV,-ViV-*-'^.'*C*,**<^*X.V^^
BUY A BETTER
SHIRT
FOR LESS MONEY
?
RELIANCE
SHIRT DEPOT
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Obtainable at all Leading Stores
NEW smVMEXT JUST MX
M" Cl'RTAIN NET
i CVKTAIN NET
:_' HALT M'.T
IS' CRETONN1
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:"| TKETONNE
1,11 SHEETING
113 SHEETING
-MKRTINO
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ti.ts. 11.14. IIM. ii.sa
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RUNDA1 sum mi:i it 18, mi",i
MS DAY ADVtlCATK
,11111 K
PEGG Y MERRICK SEWING flRCLE BUILDING A
MHUONS Of TAMIUES agree with science findings that:
EXHIBITION
lit l'nil- \iilin
Ami Ami >lus^i ,i>.
VILLAGE HALL
WHITE..:,-. II lUH MM though, to till in .in awkward. -, Jl *"" Sk."'
said, "are on salest ground wnrn empty part or the picture. n" r"ur l""' rc k,r* IS
they confine toanuclves to what "Boyi flu aMl-n" "Harve-tin* ? KTS? '" "lia Ml and afe-
n.eresl* thru ''menl Sweet Pota.oes" and 'St. Law- '
1 1

I'.STKKIiKOOK
E\eti
Of n :i lit UW
width i- imo hundred and thiriy
"y i' Merrlck'i work mchea M.i-rwu Tha part
to paint iind an ability to do hait an t.lmoe.t fairy laic quality uui iklrt oak*, All
may bo alike i( your
front waist measure-
ntaa one
it,
.1 shows In which tha
, -ople act *> i
cinema ahowa and meetlna" ...
Bd t.ilk
Interest has been rcaponMblr bM (his combination.
k's -a
jbilitj lo do haa
ao ia not enotah. there murt be The liarb.ulo-. Publicity Comrr.it- four gore*
Interest and excitement aroused ICC miirht well conaldar thr an
rice.
ill in.in: i

add two h:
amount 10 OBlj 300 r
by the subject ,1 the technical uloymenl of thi. arti.l to l,. < " we flayed games. ',*""' "?,u iToumM
urorH. of translating the orlg- viillon lo our shores. This does inch. h...i cup 01 IM ami Km ud * "'" ".""""'? .,,
mal into objective lorm is lo tint imply that her work pos- Add lo the llnished length you M lalcd <0 ..ne another V... i < ' "" "".,.,
achieve iu end, namely, the -ease, hut, that Wlh twy inches f, hem and a also " Vou". Farn-.e,.' Club ,"',_ ',",?;;'; "'
arousing of interest in the snec- the ha. distilled from the Bar- "" '"*> 'of waistline aeam and which, in Britain 11 a club run
talor During this process of Indian m i's most attr... live "'"'< niche, for scoop at the waist, by >..un. iieoplu interested In UJJ ,
translation only certain . t ,.l .ml chara, tcr.rtic elements. , Yu, pattern paper must be thai rountr, side and not ec.artly
the original are selected, and recorded only IU gayest moments. f*m._, ,
these symbols are endowed with *nr length edge three n
The artists- Interest In archl- make point A tDiagram 1 >. Divide no on. >,, 25 row vote
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11
COLGATE
V CLEANS YOUR TEETH
VCLEANS YOUR BREATH
~S PREVENT DECAY
lV

, M ad the ptopbaer but
1 i
forma *nd colours determined by
the artlat. The result, dependinu Mature has been responsible for
on the skill of 1 a " 1ertlon of many Intere-tmi:
highly perMHial vi.nn. 'H"n'* ** Pointings of the
COrteF r^e'iTsuredown only In Unail*. No one swat t\ St' '''> ^
hat ai nM Alul ""' n"w
*ny lu namr ______________
Hastings Const comhtnc uniiMi.i!
f buildings with the
changing moods of the son.
our waist measure by four and rv-olulions thr club may pass. But
i .. in the vitiate are al-
i to Join as associate mem*
bers.
PeasTy Merrkk'
and triiipu pointing.
. .UUbtU. n it he Museum, arc The trmpri pajniing* exhibitc-i
the wult ol vivul Ulttrcal in tfaa , ^ subjects deputed. The craKs- n,,., :i u,ed lr] ,n,.
of brarn and iiand ap- Wet, indic* Her command >l thi-
..II bar wrk. Km -re meriium Qn, dW)l ,,.
mi paatu-hv!. t tlu- sm.i1- ,.t ullu-i 1m -Wave" and WlUU Tree-' she
artists of imitation of colour- h .tylised her subjecU. but In
phoiograph> n. i vtakon hi an- botn thnr iS rnovcmcnl and en-
tirely Pnonl and at times ^n,,,^,,.. .-rh,. Tweri S1.
highly formal. Her sense of com- j.mP,., church" U a well bal-
position is good and colour u ,nffjd nrt narmoflloUB Compo-i-
u>ed with discrinunaiion .jon_ ..Rlirai ChrU, Church" and
The theme of the exhibition is M^nTfrHg q^j^ Church" m
Barbados and the artist presents lca, g,,,^,,.,, .,,-
-nany del.ghrt.l and unusual by J diwrnlng eVfl
The paintings in thi.
r7 Vii/i7 awn om\v
SlrtHiji

THC COICATI WAT tO COMPLfTI
HOME CrlTAl CARE
^l-v*yi brwiN yvwr tctsttlh
right sllnr eolln, with
COLGATE DENTAL CREAM
t a pi a in Cook *s
Iurlnisi- Hatt l.in'ti
174 Yvarson 'Iongti
Kuitiuu THa Kuinls
i
hought. U
ill..;,.- ball ! and tvvmad bj
electricity, with cluiii- and a
l-i.itfium for dramatii shows . .
a real meeting PCBCC where the
Octal life <>( tile Vlll..
blossom out in tin- dark winter
evenings But it costs mini. " mcy 1" <" Tongan chief by Captain
to b.nht sum n baa Cook i, .. HOI Utta in ttw
There is an organisation iu IDs groundl o. I I palace
United Kingdom, however, .hat at NuKU'aloCa. Tonga. Suivivoi
helps people, by pniVMaafl money, of .1 I : r> amdent and 11 bush
to build .1 village hallon couth- i\
Tu\
LONOOn
Malila, tort' 1- ,
and unusual
facets of the Island. Figures form
part of some of her water-
. t still rt.eive- lln- custom-
i.i.l ,. and .1 quarter inches for "on that they will Oist do some- $rj prncnttttlM of f.-xl at im- ,
li-ngth and thirty-one bsthM wule. thing to help themselves po-iant festivals. Tu'l Malila h b |
seams to the result. L'sp this So we held a meeting to which a paragraph to ItMll In "Iniro-.
exlilbi- ni.'iisuremenl from A to make li at *' inviteil rvet >..!,,. tn the vil- du-mg the British Paelttc,
compositions and these be- Uon are rnodopU) priced rbOM tha top of the paper. Curve the 1"*". There wai ko long to the scene depicted. She in search of Chn \-u ) ,. v,]j slightly. From B and we discussed the matter fully. n.t.- in HnM 100 pages.j
bM the happy knack of milrfrg or souvi-nn of lb iaiMkd would measure down the finished length We found Uutt, even with all ti.j ,u ,,). tf*n one of which is
figures part and parcel of the be wise not to delay their vUlt of skirt plus hem and waistline help we cult) get. we should illustrated with photographs and,
landscape, and not an after- to :he Museum. seam to make C on the edge of tha 1 >v, t 1 .,iS .,i...ut 450 ouraeivaa. engravings, is tot
paper. Use this measure from and that U, us wa.s ,t lot of nmney. t| ,. [. , ,,, lonellnai
_______________________________ Ihe waistline down about every But we decided to Bttampt It. c( naarly 900000 people more
ball inch to make the bottom The owner of moat of ihe land u,,,,, hnff vt wim live in the
curve of the skirt. round the village came forward (,,.,,,. ,.f r.
The gram line or straight of and said that he. for a st.irt. would
goods line on this skirt usually give us the land for the hall. Then Over 200 -nchaa "I rain f.ill
runs parallel to the side seam ,,.., Young Fanners' Club sanl of tha moun-
thc most economical way they would see what they could tolDOUf lauUsdfl, .>inle ih.- htm
do The-e yOUng paopla offered |o ,:,i ..tolls may be quite dry.
go nnd work for people at odd f- u ,,,> of tha wm Id"
jobs on the farms, in Ihc gar- lVM,| regions ami tha P M
dens in the houses . and han> .. ,.,, UsouaanOa 1
over-any money thev rained lo Sm. now upward, at t
the hall fund. They abo Mid they of (i, ...,_.,,.
v'"ul'1 "' '<'<>' ''' l 'i ycai ad in to tha baautj ed
summor lo nlM m.M,e,. 11,...........; ,.,,,., M.lmI)le
brought in about two, n,i they D)
lid the anna thit:; for two nora
years with simitar results At the Hci......IUUUU whan UM
tnd of that time, we had raised coconut grows In al>umh>n.e one
li 1' It-'H I l Um "pidgn, Knj;h-h "Inch,
A Outre Of Smial Activity m
We bought a wooden building >> ' producad such espresaiona aa
i been a theatre in n "gran belong face" (meaning
11 illtury camp, and two iiirrrn't whtakan), "lamp belong Jesus'
packing cases The village builder (thi *<'ni. -basket belong trou-
tui-ned these Into a warm, con- sen.'' (pockaia) "paper talk' (a
fortable, brightly painted village lelterl and Inill.imnkioi btBgna/
hall for us. with aiaasno light- (the sausage).
im, and heating, a stage with lnlio.lucinn tha Britlah PtclAl
P'oper lighting for acting plays. Wanda" has hundreds of fast-in-
I 1 i rt 1 o JX imall kitchen to provide modest Itmg storlei. to tell in miniature,
refraabiMntj ..t pnrties, mu,. gf tba cutting of a Iwo-mUaa-laaa
be the viIImko library and mnal. In feet wide, tot svhieh
1.1ns for men and aronun [i.C Impiamanl were "itavea to
Gardening Hints For Amatuers
I'lii- la'arden In \inrinlMi
Not many of our trees flower if the vine is given generous
as early in the year as November, watering and an occasional appli-
Most of them wait until later to cation of manure It will thrive,
flaunt tneir bMUiy. There are a and flower nnd fruit sever,;l time-.
fa* however which do flower a year
early, and among these is tne MAYS OF THING TIIK
Cassia HpectalUU' whlcn flowers GKANADILLA FBCIT
around OctoberDecember. After pealing off the thin outer
This Cassia la one of the most skin of the granadllla, the pilhv
beautiful of our flowcrine traaa, inner part can be cut up and
and deserves to be belter known, stewed with sugar, and eaten with
Whan in flower this tree is a truly cream or custard. ..- made into
gorgeous sight. The flower splkc a pie With pasty top Us.-.! In
tire borne at the end of each this wav this part of tha
branch, and stand upright in Up- dilla tastes remarkably like Eng-
enng branches of bright yellow aUsh Apple The seeds which are
flowers. gMng the tree the ap- found In the centre of the fruit
pearancc of a Christmas tree are flat, and are covered with a
lighted with yellow candles. Baft gelatinous like substance.
Caaaia SpeetuliUs grows easily These can be Iced and sweetened
from seed, and is a quick grower. nnd eaten raw. Or. the Julot can
But a large space must be pro- be squeezed out of them, which
vided for It, for when fully grown when sweetened makes a deli-
it developes into n huge beautl- clous drink, or It can be made
fully shape.) braa. Into water ices
Lin. tht Crau BpoeudlU. n. "vr Vo" !,l"k"1 y""r chr>-
frult bearing granadllla vino is- anthemiim Plants?
1101 as widely known or grown as Even the short white Dalsv
11 deserves The flowers alone of like Chrysanthemum ore nil th'i
Every norrncd skin needs
THESE 2 CREAMS
n all over the
'. Kfl
lve beauty Mint is
within Ihe reach ol everyone of
you.
rtiiiow im "I m 1*
r \tt' ni -.in it 1 vs
l.o\ it 11 >i WOMEN *
*\i it. win hi: J
a
Thin Is what yuu do: every night at bedtime. aOMOth P<-:
Cream avi '! '" Cfgwn,
and with ii evi 1
i-tlennslng. extra-softem:iK.
skm wi'a ba 1 toil r, amoot
FOUNDATION* AND PBOTtCTlON
By day, use a lo, 1 I 1' HOT Vanishing Cream as a foundation. This
uon-tn bald yOUf powdar matt for hours, and protect
plfxit.n from iun and wind.
to cut It. (Diagram 11) It will
lake about three yards of thirty-
ix Inch material for a finished
le.igth of thirty-one Inches
Changing Ihe location of the 1
grain line changes the hang of
With the straight of
M goods at the side seams more
tho. vine would make it worth better for a little life off the bod. ^arc wi" bang at the centre front
growing apart from its daUctoUl A iborl lorfead slick will do for and centre hark ns those seams
them Just to prevent rain or water- will be more bias. If this is ra-
aaaDy from ing from beating them into the versed thb front and back will
cutting, and will Mower and frud mould. If this is not done the bang straight with the flare at
in a year. This vine is a strong low.. leaves and flowers are apt the sides. Placing the straight of
climber, so a good arbour or fence to get muddied and water soaked loots down the middle of the
must be provided to support It. and this results In fewer flowers $orc *'" rwu in ,a ,"V"C even
nnd on which-it can spread. The for picking. "a '| around but takes more
IN after the Btyla Of I With tha tall yellow Chryaan- material _________
passion flower, and, m the early theenums however a strong tall
mornings it is not necessary to "lake is needed, one quite three ci iipirjc
*ee them lj abOW thjt the vino lo four fc*1 ,a". as these plants jwiviui.
is In flower, for their sweet scent *rmv to a height and must have nr.Mir
w.,1 ouiek, ,:,k.. ,he,r pre^nee 'Th^Tln^nthem, Sueker, The hod, , a .Ae..-o,d
AaU%SSft ftS8ft*i*tt ff^ffUJ
l, ? "TV"- ,*u,1 lon '"*? " rrnlna are not In Ihelr favour, walls. Polk-e found Ilia, Ihe
of '" V" y "nd '" "' '" '"'I"1 '"' 'ner,:.......ium had eommitUM suicide
nTi.! i- - a wl" nt he a gi-eal In^i of flow- la-rouse he thought such was tho
.,ea? e. .1" ^? "","' P" cr' '" "lun- Teo. Chry- will of the spirit, with whom ho
,V sli. <""'?"'"'' "" '- oonthemum sucker, that wore put was in touch In hi. last letter,
ready been said. ,t does need a out In July ond August should the medium wrote: "| am sl-
which to ellmb. be flowering by Derombor. fenced to death by the spirits "
Man 1
cloak 1
We
Are now at COLLINS' PERFUMERY!
141111111% 0-ch, s, April Violets,
Bond Street.
LI S I III IIIC-Tweed, Miracle, Reparlie.
Confetti
IIOIIBIC IS I
Chanhlly, Qualque
Flaurs.
I Ol I INS llllll. SI'OIII.S
'"in,' nroOUT I
POND'S
Vanishing Cream
Cold Cream
Start now to wm tha loveliness
Rial ..... " row tv n you use
1 Creams. You'll And ire
dlstlri<-livi- onal-whlte lars at an
THE FINEST
RANGE TO
IN ALL
POPULAR
SIZES
CONGOLEUM
CONGOLEUM SQUAdES
AND RUGS
GIVE YOUR FLOORS THIS
XMAS PRESENT
oSBsaosasssasi
THE CORNER STORE
So Important ....
To Roof with the
Best of Materials
OUR
GALVANIZED
ROOFING IS IN
ALL GAUGES & SIZES
Barbados Co-op Cotton Factory Ltd
BCCF
1 ^.-. __
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Qualit y comes first...
im U
lino baaut)
*'jr Mperbl) and
1 ., .I -'Ill for
\ii 10..... fabrii "H wi li and
..... n in ! in 1 ii -i' .........Id srtak.
TO OTA L
(,l \li WTKED
I VBRICS
1111 .....1 .1 ..1
V'll I



PACE KOI'K
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY soM'MBER IX. I".l
If you're out of son*, take a glav, of UNO'S l'niit Salt in
the mornine.. UNO'S will keep you regularfor it is a gentle
laxative and mild ant.ii.id. good for the liver and stilling to the
stomach. Thus BNO*S 1-ruit Salt" clean away uaupumics
that make you feel dull and heavy. Take your Fruit Ball io
the morning, every morning.
Eno's
'Fruit Salt'
>M,n h.lUmf*r
lulling '../,......
HANDY
AMERICAN
TOOLS
"^
You Should Nvor Motor Without . .
SOCKET SETS OPEN END SPANNERS
BOX 4 OPEN END SPANNERS
SOCKETS bom '" to IV
TORQ'IE 'WENCHES RATCHET HANDLES
EXTENSIONS SPEED BRACES
WALDEN WRENCHES
SCREW DRIVERS 3". 4". 5'. 6" 8"
And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS
ECKSTEIN BROS.
THONE 4269 BAY ST.
W.L Batting Must
Win Or Lose Tests
hon'l Vk Bowlers The Impossible
ty II 8 Yesterday's Racing
FOLRTU DAY
O.T.C. FILLY WINS SWEEP
Dunqiirn/in- BOOM I nbi'iilrn
IIIHIkll
u>
IP?
*|
wi

iled by a comp.i
First Test at Brisbane.
h
I II III.I. 14, I
Hi* cause

I'll oil.
I muan thi growing wave
.read mi rapidly since the news of ow ucirat.
MSATPOINTED
1WAS duapp4iinted loo. it i true, lost kll failli in
the Went Iti'lii's team. I plan.' lha > ause of our defeat primarily
nd squarely on the shoulders. D| i'hey did
in*: bat and whriiivir they do not bet I
miry match in .
tributary (acton thai 1 >haii loud) up
but the main burden of my argument is tha. the batsmen did
The match waa a re:;, tor tt intriguing ttucti.
throughout that eventually ended m Aua relle making lust
dial mucn mom of ttv u
to rbrco a close win.
NOT COM IKM.I)
1.\M i o .. iui the argument thai
Dgj laded by mm para live standard* a* well
All that thai maim is that the Wi
i it and that waa to dr arttlng Sowei uf A*--
i UM
...
be nan Jama tn, aod i uunk th.it toe) mil main nv
- over.
My rtaXalMQ hi mat whenevei
""""It Australia will be In trouble, there la do gout
Mi.- M.t mat u,.
tagaa made by tin? \\-
East thiit they wan still uoabla to raaloll thee* to Um iuii u
t of piling up mammoth totals.
Added to Una, none but the vert Uml b) among the Au
supporter* could claim mat Will) Hole nut oul .it oik* .ml 44 and itui-.
U Australia coulil have audcu many muie mm with Bill Johnston
and. latngley the other two batsmen wailing to come in.
Om ran tt" 11 "? Australia!
nuaaad undai I7S ioi, once actually n m men Bret innuiga
i .1 >ndly. murally so to their second innings.
liUUUAUU 1 .Vi'iilrtCk
1... muu) uruMasan lutfvueu .....Maw
bouo aouao i oannm *iiriuu* ow*
I
how aasaia.
in um uiat nutt* man wan many nu claim thai
... ..
run uia wiui ui anjuBaaul toat ix hoj asaianaii, a ui cia ., ..
00,01 .... i"-- -
algae opanmg bataanaa on um warn, dmi i *.-..
4,..e ..I bSBSUBl .
i too loan "'i* Maw Mil From G
v Hiningg .in,.iy lustily tins muVc ii arso
Dj aamaiaon in ina aaperunen
l araara1
I'Khr'HI 10 Ui.it ac want into UM IaM without a
oace bowici and played .in opening batemen at numoai a on Jae
prenuea inai even oeion um teai fleourls m-idaru did nut tiust his
iMtnng. ii Uui w. *o be was right, nut are nYue, nave ine te*m
luncuonlng im w i before nfe oan win.
It is oovkiuh that Uoudai,d relying 004 hundred pel cent, on Uie
thrust o| Kumadhui and Vulenlu.c, packed bbl Man with batsman
bowled the life out of Huinadbin and Valentine
SUCCKSSrCL IN ENGLAND
THIS ba dad oju lUjr In Bngland ana wag praised foi It
Ii tw OM dona U now and n niel a ditfen.nl sort of opposition
od it baa been uneuataeaful, don't lei u^ be hysterical about it. IaM
ui be comforted ba the fact that the advantage of tinu ci.i
i rum will prompt a reshurTling In offensive and
' i.ieUc*.
i certainly appaand Io toe atn arroi .. Ine fad ih-i Qod-
dard 'ii nol eell f"i Um b> m ball arkan Um Aueuvlan aeon was In ch
neither Hole nor Lmdw.iii cuuiu have be.;, eonakk
BUT my only real criUciaiu of Goddaid is the fact that the new bU
having arrived, he did not bring on his two quick bowb-i
and Worrell it can be argued that u would not baea been politic to
on theae bowlers to the exclusion of the key men Ramadhm
and Valentine especially wiui the scores so close and the situation ad-
mlttedly a sticky one for the Vfl M Indies.
But than putting on Worrell
.....i Qoraei lor i>\* having beaten lha ahlne "tt the new bell ti
handing it back to Hama DON 1 HI.AMI. Al SS1ES
I CANNOT blame uie Aualralian CTOWO CU
pnval i.t |hl i eriUorawj the England I intaln La i4H Gubby"
Alien wh.> did a wmiiar Hung agBlnai ihe West bxttet In Um tburd
utish Guiana and banded the ball ta Uikcr.
I iniiSKli'i- Ihw action as r.'tn tlabic and .shall not baoUaU) i"
crittCMB tioddaxd for it howivei uuuh 1 >>iiiputhise with him In but
all nut effort to save the day.
WUva a similar thing was done against ti la IhaU
tUlure with Yorkshire in 1U4K, it 4>ceasioned a great oontroi
English crickel circles and the Australians uMro/anvee did not dMgUkM
ineir contempt for such an action.
AS A MATTEH OF FACT it baa not reaU] been I
or not the umpire can stop it under the authority uf his bemg
' mil judge of fair and unfair play.
Whatever be the ruling OD the matter it has not been recorded
in cricket bMory that it ha tvei been done by the Australians in a
Test match and I do not Hunk thai we need do it against them cspcoal-
ly us we know that they do not like It neither do their crowd*.
B*an if the letter of the law ambiguously allows it. 1
that whenever it is done the spirit uf the law has been transgressed
ninewherc.
r AILED AGAIN
EVEN as things stand now the West Indian batting has failed again
hi their match against the powerful New South Walai Stale l|de
Tl lead "f 105 runs hove
N for the loss of two wfckata In othei words Uv
nired 194 with eight wickets in hand.
Ileie again nol bowlere, not Goddard but West Indian batsmen
must avert lefe it In this match. Whenever they can gel thai]
iv into high gear Just m many Umai erlll Australia or any
-'..uui in danger of defeat .it their hi
TWENTY-SECOND RACE
St. Lawrence Handicap
Seven hones faced th starter
out of 14 entrant* with Tha Thing
I Ab up( carrying 22 pounds
overweight. L^tchman pushed
re after a
. end Hart and i Mtowad b]
High and Low. IJem
ways ana Nolonilc
d strung out in Indian
Ul- racing In th^ position weU
past the three furlong pole with
Sweet Rocket a.ill in the lead.
Land Mark then began to move
up and the held bunched a,i Ihey
entered the home stretch.
Sweet Rocket a this stage be-
gan to fade out >. lha picture
leaving Demure. High and Low
and Larui M irk to fight for ihe
Demure even -
tally won with driving finish
j heed m !'">!
who beat Land Hark into place by a
TWLNTY-THlKD RACE
bWkll'y II: mil. .-p
This was a keenly contested
rvent run over nine furlongs.
Only three horSM
er and a* the gat' Be* Cto lay
lustlad Watarere to the fon
and was followed by Mary Ann
wilh The Eagle bringing up the
rear. When tin > passed UM
stand* for the hrs time ihe order
'us unchanged with The Eagle a
*.4>uple of lengths in Uie rear.
On nr-aring the five furlong
(uie The Eagle began to lessen
The gap and soon drew level with
At the four furlong
.. Eagle in ihe i.m.i mi-
Lowed clirclv by w.iterrrees and
Mary Ann.
Thr field hunched by the two
furlong and began to fight 't out
coming around the bend. On en-
tering the straight they were all
but The Eagle on the
r.lt got past Ihe Judges first by
a length hand of Watercress.
Mary Ann was th.rd. a length
behind waten
TWENTY-FOl VTfl RACE
Junior Handicap
There were ten iiorscs in this
eveni. March Winds, Chutney,
Seedling, Cardinal. Itambler Rose
and Champagne 11 each carried
4, 3, 5. 8, 4 and 4 lbs overweight
ii inactively,
gel ofl to a good
Marl with Sunui.i ridden by
Lowed by
March Wind,-. Seedling piloted
by Johnny Balk) challenge and
overtook the Held by the four
fuiliing pole.
On roaching the Savannah
Dunquerque then made a bid as
Seedling began lo fade out of Uie
picture. There was a melee
i oming around the bend and
March Winds after Inslng some
mound began to com back with
Cardinal also making a bid. In the
meantime. Crosslcy was leading
with Dunquerque on the rails
and raced up the straight winner
by |Mj lengths. March Winds
was second half .i 1cm.'
of Cardinal.
TWENTY-FIFTH RACE
Beckwilh Handicap
itrante fated
in- tartar and wen oil after -
nttle delay. Dns-Ung Princess
was soon in the U .id, a posiuon.
she held until the end of the race.
When the Held passed the stands
for Uie first Unte, Win Lady and
Topsy were running daee in sec-
ond and third positions respective-
ly. They rued in this order for
ame time but approaching the
three furlong pole Topsy moved
up to challenge th.- leader. Rac-
ing towards the dock the Held
irung out but down the straight
for home a tussle ensued between
Dashing Princess. Fire Lady and
Topsy. Dashing Princess, how-
ever, urged bv Lulchman. main-
tained her lead and Increasing It
a few yards from the Judge, rac-
ed home the winner length and
a half in front of Fire Lady
Y\ rl upi who 'ook the second
place money a length ahead of
Topry (Newman up).
TWENTY-SIXTH RACE
Grsvrsend Handicap
Wilmar was scratched in this
event and the remaining eight
entrants wore off after some de-
lay with Diadem. Front Hopper
and Joan's Star carrying 3. 2 and
" Lbs lenpt.-ctiyely overweight.
Gavotte and Blue Diamond were
M get off, Gavotte about
.x i< nguu behind the other, and
Blue Diamond about three
lengths from her.
tho stands for the first
time. His Worship was leading
followed by Betsam in the sec-
ond position and Joan's Star a
lose third. The horses bunched
it the fmir furlong pole, but an
exchange of places took place
neanng the next pole wsum Blue
Diamond and Gavotte Joined the
company. Racing past the clock
Betaam hustled by Quested be-
gan to move away from the oth-
ers, and racing down the straight
for home, came definitely to the
fore. Just by Chance urged by
Yvonet challenged, but Betsam
increased his lead with every
stride and readied the Judge a
Wtnner b) iwo lengths ahead.
Just By Chance II was second
" .i nick away from Diadem.
TWENTY-SFVENTII RACE
Bellt-villaj Handicap
Five horses having been scratch-
ed In the race, seven started
with Hi-Lo. Viceroy, Clementina
and Diam.>a carrying 12 lbs. 1
lb. 17 lbs and 1 lb respectively
overweight. They were soon deS-
patabed and Mis* Friendship,
Vanguard and Hi-Lo were run-
ning |n this order when Uie horses
passed the stands for the Arst
time. Approaching the four fur-
long pole Hl-Lo moved up to the
Mont but Viceroy challenged and
drew level as the field ncared tho
three furlong pole. An exchange
of places took place as they raced
towards the clock and down trie
stretch idr home. Viceroy hus-
tled by Holder left the company
and went well out In front. Col-
leton who meanwhile was mov-
ing up steadily, took up the chal-
lenge and urged by Croasley
overt4x* the leader tn win by a
length ahead. Viceroy was second
three lengths away from Diamoa.
TWENTY-EIGHTH RACE
Final Handicap
Seven of Uie eleven entrants
faced me starter with Belle Sur-
Sisc carrying 3 lbs overweight,
hen they were off Red Cheeks
failed to get off with the others
and never really got a chance to
make any serious bid to be a
winner. Harroween and Belle
Surprise were Jostling for the
premier position when the field
passed the stands for the first
time. Some exchange* soon took
place but the field bunched at the
four furlong pole. There Eliza-
bethan began to move away from
the company but not for long. A
jostling for positions, resulted
again tn some exchanges and as
the straight run for home was
reached, Newman hustled Pretty
Way to take the lead. She was
challenged seriously by Harrow-
een (Yvonet up) but maintained
bar lead h* win by a length and
a half ahead. Harroween took
second place money three lengths
away from Elizabethan (Holder
up).


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Weightlifling
Show Thursday
A WeightliLing Show will be
staged by memoeis of the bede s
i_iyin al Queen I I'ark Steel ftbed,
on Tnursaay ni^lit. November ~'l.
The funds wul go to builumg I
lilting platform lor the Gym ana
also purchasing other necessary
equipment,
A. the last show staged by the
A.W.A.H. at Queen's park, the
representatives of the Bede'a Gym
were beaten. Now the Committee
uf Management is trying its bes.
to encourage more youths of Bar-
bados lo take up welghltilting.
A member of the Committee
lold Uie Ad vacate. although
Jackman's form was criticised and
Bynoe was beaten by a former
member of our Gym. Ihe Instruc-
tors were proud to know that they
coached Stoddard and Rudder of
York Barbell Club, each of whom
ended up champion in his class.
"It is hoped that the public
will respond to such a needy
cause by attending our show. The
best physical culturlsts In the
island will be on the stage." he
said.
There will also ba a contor-
tion display, a display by Gold
Bode, a Judo knife display act by
members of Atomic Club, tumb-
ling, hand balancing, muscle con-
trol and body beauty contests.
. gono
|ll else U m-> be <>;' sintMsg
- \ 1-nnc.i, tne ult
should ...bo come io ua 0eee. It ra
|
:....ios racing.
its close
Mild be making

quarnua, b> netbi r
oi the man that CkTJ
is out of Belleum,
ii well known. Baa
Taking up the two-yeai -olds foi dascsjgghan m>i It an tnerefore
be said at once that Dumiueni .
year-old in Barbados has done ana that U to win three ran i
meeting. Of course it does not f
on Uie same footing as some of the beet WO baee seen. On the con-
trary | place her several ningg of I
have seen racing here as tero-yi "st. although i
without in any way trying In hi
The hard fact u thai Dunqw
island at i '
undoubtedly cariK
tne meeting began ana up to Thl l "is race
l.iim the other geldings. 1 thoujj
it But yesterday she removed Usem do Hunk that
Cavalier did DOt PTOVl '^'f reel iiicltle
in Uie race. It was a very iough affair and 1 consider that
tne riders were lucky m
However DunejlMCOjun LMTOeti did not get tne clearest of runs until
near the llnish and so all the n.
who will collect herself ijuuKiy Ud is f:.r more handy than t
who. when bumped will take o,uite a lot of handling U I
Itls proper balance. If ha I II < ell I tiier.-fore plaix-
Cavalier as second best although most people think a DUB
the aiues are bettai than the beet oi lh<
Of the other two-year-olds I quite agree that the Bust
the must talent on then .. Bunlne atj Loi l II. Diaroso
and Rambler Rose who all impressed me as better than Uie colls
and geiumgs ai tins moelmg while in August there wen Bright La gin
and April's Dream who were much belter than any of the stronger
an including Cat
Suinna, as I already the mare
China Clipper and on Thursday when she ran second to Dunquerquu
she displayed a good bit of pan l i.^-.^.n.i i think she
will go furUier.
My Love II a slUl a bit of an unknown quantity l.ugel> due |0 In.
habit of dwelling at uV tourtfa twice and on kx I
sioiu she was left |
slie would have done had she rh li> re I Ihlnh we will
ll.lVO Ull'
10OKJNG AT THE FORM
days it is clear that both No-: i-nlte and Prettj v.
ly on Thursday and running Into form a>
the meeUng progresse of an aliment which had been aggr..^
every day that it got cooler, he unproved In health. With Pratt)
Way It was the case of a soft one running into shape.
Both in their own way did equally us well and 1 iMlleve that
fit and well, they will continue to give ua the best of the opposition
over distances in the top claai R laasona. With the out
stagers like Atomic ii and UnbYthan gtvlng way, they wUI do
more Uian (111 the vacancy.
I was rawer disapi^ ks. For such a good
filly to spoil her chances by Martlng eo Indifieieutly iii eaeh race la
one of those annoying things m lUCUtg which CauMf us to talk In so
many "ifs" and 'l must be discussed. To
their owners, one may well in.. n N. veithclcss, I cannot rorget Rl :nances on Ihe lirsl two
days and the apparent gusto, with which, head down, she bores away
.ii them, when she really gets to helMM, She did It
onvmcingly enough again yeeterda) IB the last race, but to start as
badly as she did m luefa company lanbunounl lo glvtag the race
away at the itarl I o one of those Who 1 thought the
haneJeannara. who did not have ., good inaeting, treated very barahly,
TH1E B CLASS RACING saw some diverse resulU ami ben Desnure
* won yesterday this made her the third winner at the |
in this class. In fact I was rath.: nurnrUMd si the result bec:i>.
I..i most mdltterent showing on I hut, 1 Hi ought Demure
was either tNMOUnd In the legs , High
and Low also ran .. WT] Swaei EtOCkat ami No-lo-
nite and I would not I,..- the ludga whan
he was called upon to decide ,,u> and of thlfl
event.
TIE RACING IN C CLASS proved that run Budget and Topsy are
about Uie best we ha* However both era in-
clined to be temperamental and when U y can run very
badly indeed. But in DUTlMea to both il must I.- -ihi tli.it ihey ran
good races. Fuss Budget on 1 'lousy yesterday, when
ihey were second and third lad Fuss Budgets second
with 137 lbs. over 7'- fill I the best efforts 1 saw at the
nn-eling and whilt th< hum. been criticised
fir Ulls, Ihey were BOt.tO hi.. thai K;i. I.....y would strike form so
convincingly after racing without mu Bnt two days.
if the opposition K tore tfl nbbons
The j
Fire Lady herself must ion.. -n. seldom have
I seen a new one sink.' r ..:ilc back on Uio
fourth day to conilrm it. I thought she ran very good >
terday when she i n i i'i:iiccsa and It
obvious that there is hr herself and Topsy who
was third. I predict that they will both go far.
'T-WELAST TWO D class RAl KB turned Mil Ilka those In B class
X in that each went fa) a dlAi n I i Thursday Watercress'
defeated Mary Ann ov.r 7Mi 1 thouglit was a hard
finish. Mary Ann I tin.' Might and possibly by
the fact that she is BSJV1 I tended al exercise.
I thought she held on wall until the IaM (Ifty yards when her sUmlna
seemed lo have given out and she was eased up bv Yvonet. Previous
to this, she had laid low the much vaunted Vanguard in two tussles
when he tried lo head her. Perhaps if she had not hod to do thin,
she might just have got hooaa.
Yesterday it wee ojaag w,t|1 jurf^
weight defeating two fUlles who could not battle both the heavy
going end Uieir beavj ..... i, successfully. I thought that thev all
??1? iU ^l ''"th between ,Jh .,.
the anlsh. About the only Lhu raeg pnMjUnad
was mat Wan-in.- is a better stayer than Marv Ann
fr' THF.RK i any .... I to the F ClgM 0tl
They w- re divld* Colleton who w
each while U.....i il nl ugly duchluMj from St. Iaici Viecrov nn
three seconds and a third Vanguard i ,,. a 'Very
rhanged horse, but was lUnpi) poorer opposition than
be met at previous meotinK*. Cdnem i gave a
much improycHt dj none of that balling of tli.-
ears and baring of teeth which hr ne\.
hit races last August.
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Sl'NDAY, siimmkik I*. 1*51
SL'NDAY ADYDCATK
PACH HVl
RACING RESULTS
AT Tilt: I.AKRIMIS -WANSAH NOVEMBER 17. 1M1
IHER: Fir TRACK: Firm
'nil K4. ST. LAH Riser HANDKAl- Ctaat '"' to* La"
SIMM. OMM. MM.M. Uf.M >.
3
I.EMUKr.
IIIUH AND LOW
LAND MARK
112 ll
111 lbs
Mr. S. A. Walrott. Jockey Crou->
Mr R. E. Gill. Jockey queued
Mr. Victor Chaae. Jockey Holder
Win: $20 00: P!re $2 14, It <* N#-
HORSES DRAWN
IN AUTUMN SWEEP
HOM'BLE J. D. CHANDLERS bay lilly DuiKuierajui-
*un the Bii; Sweep with 12 points as the Barba.l..-. Tuil
Club Amurnn MeetinK ended al the Garrison Savannal
vntrrdav. It bring! to the holder at Ticket W utwtl the
sum of 13J.1M.00
The Prize List is as follows :
\> .1. Tourists
Bowled Out
Tor 134 Runs
MR IHOI.II IIAI.I
. rmcKKT QIIOUND
NOV. 18 NO. 198
The Topic
of
Last Week
TIMl 1 lt| PARI-MUTCEI.
1
Mi 28.
Al SO RAM sw.-i Raetari <12o IbK lutehman,. Notonlte The Thing <84 22 Ih*.. All) Lunwnys < 112 lbs..
N*wmin|
START Good. FINISH Very Close (head, neck.
WINNER 3-vt -old b.f Winterhaltr-Therapta.
TRAINER Mr S A Wilcott.
START: Fairly Good FINISH Fairly Clot* (Length
23rd Ran*. ROrKLFV HANDICAP.
SIMM. tm.OO, 8135.88, $45 88.
W 0906 DUNQUERQUG
w tot* WATTRrHFS*;
HH 5383 COI.LETON
O. 408O VANOUAHD
P.P. 21J4 ARUNDA
F. 2825 LANDMARK
C 0031 MARY ANN
L. BMi NOTON1TE
>i 1301 VICEROY
Plaee
111
2nd
3rd Sad J
4ih Avid*]
5th
A man Hi
tl2.IM.00
I8.082.0
.mitu
8th. Tih.ath)
th & one*
.ther divide |
| Furlongs
02 other horses divide J30031 gagfe
n m.i.k
WATERCRESS
3 MARY ANN
111 loc. Mr. H. Farinha Jockey Lattimer
iMlbs Hon J D. Chandler.
Jockey Croaaley
|H ;. i
Mr. r. F. C. Bethel].
Jockpv Yvone:
TARI-MUTUEI- Win: fl.lt. Place.
TIME I
FORECAST 13 38.
ALSO RAN:
START Fairly Good FINISH: Fairly Close (1 lenfth. 1 length i
4-year-old be. Flouuun-Glenengle
'i R UNI R Mr F. E. C Bcthrll
Results Of 2/-
Field Sweep
FOURTH DAY
Baa list uf horses
2th Rare JIMOK HANDICAP. Claaa "F" aad "F V and Lower
<7 V.O.) I7M.N, HUN, flll.M. Mt.M. 5', lUrl.ni.
1 nUNQL'ERQUE____ltf lbt. Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Lattimer.
MARCH WINDS 100 4 lb*. Mr. U. J. Parravaclno. Jockey All
1 CARD1NA1.....97 8 lb*. Mr. J. W. Chandler.
Jorkev Crossley.
lUfl I 13I5 PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $7 54. Plac#t2.74. 17.04.
$3 52.
FORECAST: $185 28
ALSO RAN Sumna (113 lbs .. Quested). Cavalier (119 lbs Holder).
Chutney :ii 3 lbs.. Thlrkell). Seedling (101 -,. 5 lbs. J. Bellel.
My Love II (10? lbs., Lutehman). Rambler Rose (108 4 lbs ,
N-wrnan 1. Champagne II (107 4 lbs. P Fletcher)
START: Good FINISH: Fairly close (14 lengths >, lengths)
WINNER 2-yenr-old b.f. O.T.C Belledune.
TRAINER: Mr J W. Chandler.
"sltth Baee. M KWITH HANDICAP. Claaa "C and T 1"
S8UQ.80. $285.tt. 813588. 8*8.88. Furlong*
1 DASHING PRINCESS
102 + 1 lbs. Mr. R. E. Gill. Jockey Quested
:' HUE LADY....... via lbs. Mr. S A. Blanchette.
Jockey Yvonct.
3 TOPSY .......... 118 lbs. Mrs K. D. Edwards.
Jockey N
TIME 2 051 PARI-MUTUEL: Win $11 18: Place 83 86 $2 76. $1
START. Good. FINISH: Driving.
WINNER: 3-year-old brf Dastur-Pnncess Regent.
TRAINER Mr. K D Edwarda.
ru.i
s.e.4
nuN
ISIMI-TiWD >MI
TWfcrt *. (
IVM.
SUM
ll'llli No.
i -i Mai
Following
drawn:
A0308. Diamua: 9183 Vixen:
3655, Bow mansion; 001
Mr- Hear 453$. Seedling. OUT,
First Admiral.
C 8031. Mary Ann.
E --8445. Soprano; 2006, Hi Lo;
2625 Lund Mark.
F 9665. Rambler Rose.
G. 9725, Mas Dav. 60UI.
Cavalier.
H 4863. Mabouya.
I.8237. Man* Winds.
VV. 1-~M0* Non'**: t. Cm-
' it.::..l
> N 0528, Joans Star
. O4080. Vanguard.
"* P8938. Dashing Primes*.
9234, Betsam; 1074. High and LaWj
7676. Chutne\.
MM Q IMI i I
*-' R -9785. Demure. 8180 Red
SE5 Clawkg; 4883, Fllle d'lran; 9728.
IS M
ruFNTr i-oiaiH *. i
ria
si.tr,
4MK
ris.is
188k Race. GRAVEMND HANDICAP Claaa "O" taa Lrer
. .no no flSS.88. $80.88, $4t M 7>i Furlongs
1. BETSAM.....117 lbs Mr. H M Tang Yuk
Jockey Quested
2 JUST RY CHANCE fl
125 lbs. Mr. Norman F.lias. Jockey Yvonet.
3 DIADEM 105 I 2 lbs. Dr. A. W. Lake Jockey A. Gomes.
riME 431 PARI-MUTUEC Win $7 30 Pfre $2 16. $1 36

FORECAST: 119.14.
ALSORAN: Front Hopper (103 -. 2 lbs.. Ali). His Worahlp (111 lbs .
ggt), Joan's Star (100 Iba., Croaaley). Blur Diamond (110
lbs.. Lutehman). Oavoite (113 lba., Holder).
START: Fair. FINISH: Easy.
WINNER r>-w.,r-.>ld tib.ii.g. Floltam-Betty Grern.
TRAINER: Mr. A. Ilayllng.
*' ' :. uss taai. saas
rwrNTi-urra bah
rjb ..-h i. h.iat..
rSIV-HTW BAII
Worship. 5739. Diadei
&0298. Drury Lane; 7138
Fifing; i>t.i.:i>r.
T1723. Simbeem. 5694. Dar-
bam Jane; 5578 Ell/ahelhan
U -9536 (Con.); Stree- A
V.5305. Diaroae; 7801. JuI-
By-Chance II.
W4083. Doldrum; 0908 Dun-
imm tjuerque: 7074 Watercree-
"J 3697. Capnre. R947. Bll8 Sui-
SS p""*
s.sa
ism Y0581. MounlbatUn, 7241
Infusion: 2627. Teat Match; 9440.
Champagne II, H313, Blue Dta<
mond. 4217. Harruxvevn.
AA- 25. Sweet R.Kket: 5f5l>.
Cornel.
eaajgaal 11147730, Sunm.,
tia DD-2158. Miss Friendship,
i 11 *""". The Thing. 4B99. River Maid,
ism EE77H. Lutiways
|**J FF3114, My Love II.
iSM HH4910. French Flutter. 9405.
2t*? "t: t^'-mentina. 1629. Flieuv
'"' "" "**' Colleton; 8179 IVrseveram-f: 96BS.
Dim View
JJM07. Fire Lady
IX7123. Yasmen.
JJJ^JJ MM8261. Topsy. 3042. Frirfit
ibsm Hopper.
Nov. 17.
Search among the ruins of ihe
Went Indie- innings as you will
".irri to find altlH I COB
reason hi Ihe collapse
Aa 've e( Uag
ad ;hi in.irnitu A
2.838(H) ,,r" Wale.it: batted cautiously and
ee-.riomically so that the fUUBMI
I that afternoon would bring on
*"*" br'8heat act of the d
1 5,3 88 .,n,i Waieott well eatll
Iree to senre run*
M ajgl Bwj 'igan attei
luncJI lefore- 22 OOti ,
tpta UMMl
And from I hat imnnent on,
chaoe was ggtaial again Millet m
i qulok bright spell disposed of
. itchaa be-
hind the wickn v.hich -l:.,ti: i
never have been given.
gBjwried i'ii" .t.t,
toat aent Walcotl awav w.i RnN
claaa but (or the it of it the
.rloket *u loose ami feeble.
TO tlnish more than urn baMnd
Nr- South w-,es ma iiisastri
disaster that left behind an im-
pres-ioti of In.k of purpose Mn<1
l.i.-k i f /.-al
The Sit:, | IHn|p did
nothh i to dimmish ihe
enes
U84 ilowb .....i
badly. Barnes began ahockUudj
recovered and ..> than mil ta a
catch by Guillen who brj
sitin kd replaced WnlroU. Miflei
lug from lumbago MUM lh
CiKhi.ud ImiIImnUv
aeiidki Banaod, nm dntni aad
one-handed, but droppe.1 the ball
wlien he threw il up n>8**l) U
riumph. The umptrg rnfuaetl to
I Iva Henaud out.
Today'-i -cores:
in sin tii msi i.i j,,,,,,,-, 3.
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The Eagle
Atomic |l
I Inlrl. No.
NN235H.
G a volte. K
Wllmar.
OO4114. Fuss Budget
PP 1319. Pntlv w..
Arunda.
QQ8546. Cunslte
3690.
2763
JTIh Rare. BELLEVILLE HANDICAP. Claaa "F" i
(3 Y.O. and Over)1780.06. f235 80, f 111.88. M6.887>
id Lamer
Kurtetif*
nm
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1 COLLETON. . 118 lbs. Hon. J. D Chandler
Jockey Ctossley
| VICEROY .. 106 T 1 lbs. Mr R. Denis Barnard.
Jockey Holder.
. 10" 1 lbt. Dr. A. W. Lake, Jockey A. Gomes
PARI-MUTUEL- Win- $2 22 Plr.ee f! 18. $1.22,
1 DIAMOA
TIME 1.4]
$1.48.
FORECAST:
AISO RAN:
is. am
HI-LO (91 | 12 lbs., Lutehman). Vanguard (130 lbs.
Quested). Clementinn (01 + 17 lbs.. Thlrkell), Mlaa Friendship
(110 lbs.. All).
START: Good. FINISH Easy.
WINNER: 4-year-old-br.g. Restigouchc-Summer Breeze.
TRAINER: Mr. J. W Chandler.
rs4. mm. M- usa its mi
rMI lli.Hlll RAH
I TlrftM Ma *n..*M
JIB1 1
k.lSer. ( li.a.I.
i mm. -sia. rait, i
In.rHi
Milk
ISIh
-walk
Mm *<>
laft, aiaa.
Mil
Leeal erlrkei tun will no
tlmilit be gUd lo learn Uut
a serlea of weekly radio
rommrnUrle* deserlblni liie
cricket In Australia will be
heard over RedlfTualen Bar-
bados every Sunday al 6.31
m. enmmenrlni today.
Mr. Ernest EyUe Is In
charge of this proiraname
which U sponiored k)
Gil I ell Induslries. London.
makers of the famous Glllett
i'/in- and bladJea.
Today Roy Marshall will
be Interviewed by Eytle.
M6J. Race. FINAL HANDICAP.Claaa "A" aad "B- Only.11.84>8.ea
1315.60, $165 68. 888.88. TM Furlonga
1 PRETTY WAY .114 lbs. Mr Victor Chase. Jockey Newman
2. HARROWEEN ... 124 lbs. Mr. D. V Scott. Jockey Yvonct
1 ELIZABETHAN 117 lbs. Mr. N. M. Inniss Jockey Hold* i
TIME; 1 40i. PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $5 08; Place $1.80. $2.12
FORECAST $35 40
ALSO RAN Red Cheeks (128 lba, Quested). Gun Site (133 lbs..
Crosaley), Belle Surprise (101 Hi lbs., Lutehman), Notonite (123
lbs, P Fletcher).
START: Good FINISH Comfortable
WINNER 3-year-old b.f Way ln-C)ufT.
TRAINER: Mr Victor Chaae.
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U.\. Sen irc'iiicn In
Tokvo Honpilul
tokvo. Not, n, !
Joe LOUJa, former heavyweight
a) mih: .hainpion of the woild|
i-iit hi. Rral dee afternoon In
Ttikyo \ noting wounded U.N ,
an ii ihe Tokyo army
pita
Dropping in on surprised
itilient> unaiuiouncfd the "Brown
1 miIh-i found ho had loal little
I 1 i-.|nilaniy with U.N., flgh'.-
ng men as they eagerly ur round -
tl him and directed question! iu
"inv tongues.
"i ri,i,i. than two hours
i-.am.Hig the wards of the hospital
cnatUn| with the men, ahaklng
hands, signing autographs and
i-ovlnn 'nt pictures.
U.F.
sponsored by
J & R BAKERIES
makera of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the Menders of
J & R RUM
STOMACH PAINS
DUE TO INDIGESTION
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soil AGWIS L M. B. MEYERS & Co. Lid.
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you less
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the best
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CYCLE TYRES
DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING 10.. LID.
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RELIEVES PAIN
you**
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nllsWeT contnlnlni; tho valuable Ionic
Vitamin B Wln*n vui taki YM\ST
V1TE Table!.. hmt i:oni>
an end lo throbbing lieadacho,
Krateful pane from naKin : ncrvr of
rheumatic pain. Next YKAST VlTi; '
helps vmi tofe''! b:tt*r.brlL'hi-\\
vour Old s"li aKaln! Yi.
Is Jui u food for oold verlh-
naa, too. bSkatOM antl-
pyretlc or fevor-reducing unrredients.
in altackH yon. n'rncmber
there'8 nothing; elan lik VKAST-
VITi: i'1-k-Me-Up' TaMets Him
pain reliever which also contalnn
^IlmulatlnK OnflMna and the valuable
tonic Vitamin B,
HEADACHES
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SINDAY. NOVEMBCB I
KEEPING
A DOG
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the meat While meat i>

Jl Um dog
mptntain goo
H
<*f at al

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i not bod-.

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loi your dog,
in good condition hut do I
I stlon

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Ith nit MM
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FARM AND
GARDEN
mmm.

tusks.
Bv \<.KH()I A
Tlir Onion finlljf

indicate a Croup of allied pi im-
-
'.al sense, since the onion and Ms
relatives shallot, gai
.--vbelong la
family. The onion proper la be-
lieved to bV originated in ini-
tial Asia; the shallot, m
"i ini\, its name
lOWn of Ascalon In Pal*
l PtllM <>t which country It la ;.
aid to grow wilo
In some paru of Great Britain.
UM natural habitat of garlic ami
leek appears to be in doubt. The
group, as a whole. Is believed ti
have had its origin In salty, wi.
lands With selection g
maiizatiun over a long period o:
lime, these plants have adapteu
I to a wide range of
climate and strain* or
have been evolved
set* of conditions. Thus, in tin
Ii will hm been seen that milk w In**" the llermuda or
ato mentioned ihi jaheuL lenewwe type. mild fl
M t-k.n M abao- ""ion but not a particularly good
w-ntlal, good miat broth, keeper, is still the mutt Japf
wiug HAi.tKii rox ti:kkii:r
___11 QUantiU* .a- unseasoned soups or other moist shut to *ruw. While fallow and
conatc, cod liver or snarl, oil. food* can be substituted. Fre- red varieties exist. The onion
prast. Si.irtin^' with Hi << an once they have out- parti and the pracjio- ha. been
.'. ., roliowi grown early puppvhoiKl If thi' ' Impoii seed from Teneriffe;
.. iU with I.....i ph i i i,i.stmite with some other during the w.ir years seed
of browi. b i'i Make a hahlt M lllornla. The
, . .. i ... be i i MtanUN
two feed' .ii to. i>ne deflnlui f< ' Bermuda
uis solid rood i iped beef mix- then theei will no) be forgotten '"':' h-v'" **" ,nad>' ln l1"" P*w
Add to UWW Alaodovon th- food a dog likes roan, in various Islands >f the
an egg. i gnothm : change Just its we do. Went Indies, to de\. op OrUOn
One I week give dose of Milk pawing as .. minor industry. The
of end U*r 01 haik nil of MagneslR this can 1* put in lo greatest WaCeaOJ seems
i the a milk or other liquid feed. Do bom achieved in Antigua where.
h) 'i In- not U-t a young1 pup over drink, al one lime, a Grower*' Associa-
uuUUoi graduolb b) 'i In- not let a young pu,
,-reaslng gradually iik the pup nears ii is far better to let hun have tinn undertook the co-operative
,,.,,. ins fourth month Pol the l.-i|e drinking water two or three times juring. .
, C dog-maluring weight 38-65 lbs da) Youx pup or dog should for export to she neighbour,.,*
,. oil rt from ten rearing finish each meal nl once and lick i>lands and even to Canada. Both
V, .,. the (oieaotng quantity by \ and the dish clean. Do not leave the tB ItM I'mted States and Caned..
' for dogs nuiluriim at over (15 ihs f.-e,ling bowl in Ihe kennel run Bermuda grown onions had eii-
letting him feol about with his Joyed a lucrative market in tli<
bitch at '!' Ip- Medluni breed n ouOtt R food, stand by while he Is feedlni earl) eintei nonQai now
I real denl has months, a large cup of milk once and if he does not clean up at and California started large -cale
ll vitamins both and seven oz*. food in raeh of Ihe nce take it IWA*. he WtU soon cultivation of thii type of onion.
u .,i..i inimelado otherSfeede. Lai ebreei : that food is put there for
Ubjed w/elCh too of milk with rusks once and 12 him to eat and not to play
in' if you feed
lly and add cod
ZINC
I obi
?inr Id. ndSS"
al r

was originally produ Bd
1
tra, and subsiantia
ie once

comes from the Amei:
1 was discovered in the metallic
r -STOP PAIN ^
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with Phcnsic...
l
&
lost of the ni

par to make
jrass. an alloy thai has.
. portent tiia-. I
ng or "galvani-L k* .., Bgajnat
M Is also used as a rooling material fsufsjetur
f casings for ha". ulates f-,r
-inting Compounds of tne alt
leids a^ ptra

nicnis (a pro-
ces-inu ..f
%
Ihe Umous threefold action of PIIENS1C tablet- RHI.IF.VES
PAIN StH>TIIES NERVES.COUNTERACTS niTKl ISION
No matter how M*asM the rvun. no matter how saggr* >-our nerves,
md >ou feel, PIIENSIC taMen will bring you relief and
riefch Md tsftre. Remember this PIIENSIC tablet*
bsfffl the heart nor upsc' the stomach. Don'l accept
itntc*. Keep a supply ol PIIENSIC tablets by youl
V
ensue
TWO TABLETS HRINI1 QUICK RELIEF
tnOM RHEUMtTIC PtINS. LUMBAGO, SERVE PAINS,
IW.IU4N**, NFURALQIA INFLUEN21. COLDS 1 CHILLS
>J
I wait to hi
;. no) roraeUlad whtat
. -. 4a> two or
, ill not eo
I b misled bv
row dog on a
unl, nili>dinte or starchy
Itorg in this island should
. food twice Urcei Meeds In- With lln'1 "'""" ffm"*"r' l-'"1^30^ >n
to '. The number of daily feeds can view of existing prices for import-,.
Medium breeds, 8 months IS oft times not Ik- strictly adhered and home gardeners c^ld indeed
l large cup of mtUt srIUl to due to th, dog deelsDlna to take supply their own requ.i
,ithM rusks ol cereal lot early ,. certain one of the feeds. Do not during the tirst half of >.
feed and a generous II upset by this for It is his way by plantings at regular inti
the evening feed, l-urge breeds. 2 of telling you he docs not require It has been proved that onion seed
cups milk with Creal or rusks It. In all animal feeding the feed- will keep satisfactorily under al
ois. food evening. l-arger er must use sense and a lot of Ught c< nditions for five or six
Your hair appears
caressable...
kissable...
. mechan- breeds Increase by \ to >? Medium thought
work out for himsilt moi.Uis,
to properly
food mif'i
.... l a p. srlth a crtxi I
net for some time, ullim-
in-ceds 15 months a cup of n ill. Uh Dest oiet for his animal. Do
n the mm pound of not pamper your pet or coax him
o.| in ih. early evening 1-arnc give him his food and leave him to
_ -reeds feed daily up to 2 lbs of 8,t on with it while you stand
laordet arfll i>e- food but give a cuo of milk in the away. Dogs are like children, they
mme ., aith ski" morning. l^rR*n- Meeds increase easily acquire bad habits and thus
IU) pseQtJ is \ H- become pests instead of pleasures.
idily
I but the amount
of this .tiould never be more Ulan
tu-50', of his dail: feed
New Colonial
Building May
Be Stopped
Gavt. Hans 7V.
Survey Swamp
C'.HKNADA, Nov. 16.
. .
, h to IOM Tin- i< Quite a
question and must be
(..: Ill,
, i I., maturity As I am
with three types of
dot, that is thow- weighing from
LONDON.
vcr I0i '"' The future of th.- HOW Colonial
eight Office lo be arected In rtrliament
In- Squuii- i- in i.'ie bulance. Although
if ration ae- tlie foundations have now been
cordingls laid. It Is possible that wrork < i
It will be Mispendeil for ;.n
l pup from wean- indefinite |>oriod.
he should
i : rlej intU t, i The division to go on or to stop
i-. ti on to (Out is exiH-cied t. be ejven to the
., .. Ii. 1-9 monthi House of Commons on Tuesday,
: 13ihi when the new
once a Mitu-.Ni of Works Mr. David
g CUB <>r tWO Of milk In Eeeles |l due to atisWt-i a question
Ding, Btufl the tmit rat by Mr. Robson-Bmwn (Conservo-
kll thw good ii'
. i to crow into a
healths animal. A great lie will aah the Minister of
ad UD by In Woiks 'whether he will make
he ariiingemeiit' to poatpOM fuithei
:> in ordei to have capital ekpendlture on the nee
!>! t'oliniial Office in parliament
,. Bouare, and ether Ooei l.ta_lraWsie. beds
rtton rath.r offlces, having n-gard to the drifted VMpar In the
tra often than overdo Uk* urgent neitl foi bem
, ,f the No official comment o
irouule u delly r tda, future of ihe building is
Md IU "'<' able al the monienl but
the best icsults bulb
egurds germination and jrleld be-
iiik c.i,i.niied from Octobe;
March. The seed is smnll and
expensive, but an ounce or two
will be usually sufficienl for
small grower; bear In mind th;.t
one pound will give approximately
23,000 seedllniis. As regards
propagation, there are three meih-
beUeved that all buildings at ods: (1) sowing the seed in |
i. .nt actually under construe- prepared bed and then transplaht-
tson aHI but that ,,( u. permanent positions; (2)
in. n,-w miis will he commenced, sowing the seeds in iows where
A Ministry of Works spokesman tne piantf are to mature; (3)
that if work were uaing ^^ or sma on|oni. The
on ihe miss building, il mit | recommended as the mos:
SA.mld lie po-Mhlc at some ruture Mu8fucU>ty. The seedlings shouK'
data '" rsMume buUdlni On the w sitong and about live Inches
foundations now being laid.
iigh at the lime of transplanting
rMai the plan Hots itMHud Be
carefully removed and their rooM
lightly trimmed, packing them
the same time In a small Ixix w
soil lo prevent wilting during the
i perntion. In rows 12 im
and six Inches in the n>%* Inat
the seedlings al the same depth i
Cferenunani plans a survey hy we*e h the nu-etry, Ming
r of the Laurteton Bare n I to tquaeic the
<. i BTUMOU, UM mam ""' gldJ%1dUBl pU.nl win
sour.-, of mosoui'.n bree.hng in >"K Ihe -oil .oouud the t
th land and h.-hl to be the wil ahouid have been w.n pre-
. ugiu of Uie still prevailing vi- par.xi and manured previously
rulent outbreak of maUrln. with preJerebly with rntied dung; then
a vktw to Ha eventual dtainnge. * umulanl two woofta unr
planting apply a teeix>ootul
The swamp, covering about f VdM f< rtili/er t
ten acres, now contains large plant, stirred well into the -oil
tarpon which have scared "m I- Wiiter and keep free of weeds
lnmi." of tiny fish usuall> feedm ; 1ml do not nn.nld up the plaie
ii the larvae towards the shallo- The onloni are ready for use In
ve no* roaw to live months' time. Some.
ater Un- times, at harvest time, It Is desi _
pedlns Ihe treatment of sanitary hie t.> break the tops to Hasten
ihe Inspectori. Ofneroua use of D.D.T maturity. Heap, allow the tope to
,iil- ">'l wholesale house spraying are iliv out and plait in string
is moving highly effective. to cure. >'- '. 1
with
PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINEI
Be doubly sure your hair ia soil...caressable...easy to
manage bv using I'almolive Krillantine the DOUBLE
USE Wav:
As an Oil for Ma--aer: IJ'fore na-liuig hair,
msMBge seslp briakly s-itli ralmolivr llr ill an tine.
l>eaie oH on aaalp for 10 wmulr, and then wash.
7hia msatage li'lpa remove dandruff... prepare
scalp for peril 11 i haaksaW
To Comb and IVrlui... li.Ir: Put ~~ '
a little PaaaasUn BrillantaM in ibe
paua of tbe hand. Hub loud*
toajstnari amootb over bsir. And
Hever
foraet/

Its best to bui|
iPlatignum
P stADi im ejam inoismo
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St WDAYi NOVEMBER 18, 1*51
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
FAGE SEVEN
THE AMERICAN NOVEL
THROUGH FIFTY YEARS!
-fj-i _ Tmrri ! uatwiaxetaful labour-man-
Edith Wharton xsssiszsXFrtS'.
.am* *aar, and this study ol tw
B> ANNK liJBUXIU .irtar. involved primarily i.i '"'","'*""11^ "'I'll ^?E!n..n7i
Born into a well-to-do fashlona- .he moral .ituatlon; their . d.- W'JSSf^KSSLSTJUSi
.iblc New York family in 186_\ pciuls wholly upon thClr chUttcMi
Edilh Nt-wbold Junes married And all her characters are et i
Bdwaai Wh-it.-i of Boston In hiaU-ry. at a particular Urn*, in
188S. and illed on August 11. 1837. ipeclfte place. Otherwise, they
Her flirt poems were published would have behaved different)
in 1M0. her last novel, "The It WH Edith Whartuns pecull
Buccaneer*.- ponhumouily pub- genius to bo able to describe. nap|)|neM/ thoroughly and
liU'-ily destroyed, the eternal
verities come thundering by.
Man yteotUTZwn
Ir;
BdU
the jungles of anstocr
behaviour is one of Edith Whar-
: ton's masterpieces. To read It
like watching a fart fencing
natch, or figure skating, and
. then, .it the end. to see ovi
' dcM-nbr '"*f'1<* possibilities of human
Hshed, was untlnlshcd at her from the inside, four culture*
death. In those more than 50 pro- Italian. French, English, and Am-
duct^yv yens, she wrote 45 lx->ks. Hatan The Italy of hn !.:si m,\ci.
Ine years after her birth, The Valley of Decision." llv , 191| Edith Wharton published
what should be a mid-century England of her last. "The Bui- -Ethan From*" in 1 #12 "Thi
evaluation? Was she. aa one cancers." the America of 'Th necf and tn 19U The Curto-n
hag claimed, 'the greatest Age of Innocence" and the Fraiuv y( |f^ t-ounlly These Uiiee arc
America has known?" of 'Madame de Treymes" an- a of nor verjr p^ -nu ^^ w
EdiUi Wharton was a self-made equally authentic. \ nt three of ,w (l the height of her powe:
wntcr. Handaora*. distinguished, her greatest none*. Ethan . intelligent, and well-educated, she rrome," "The Bunner Sisters," ana|>lK. pa^onale. of S
i the relationship
ii.ii.il, greatest stones. "Ethai
_ /ell-educated, she Frome." "The Bunner SUters.'
chose to write rather than spend and "Summer," deal with what in
her life in aimless social activity. an
As a vastly popular author, a best- ceBea ine lower classes, ror an- ,uv _ch ulneri lt the most
seller translated into every Euro- did not necessarily equate cultuiv Lbariflf of. all her books Sum-
pean language, as a member ol d civilization with education m ___- pubiishcd in 1917 is llv
the smartest international set, vJu"onw strongest of aU Edilh Wharton'.
socially and iWllectuaily. Edith -With Wharton always write, -pI0ieta,un" studies. This and
Wharton Jived her whole life tragedy, her characters are human .._,,_ Frome" as she wrote
rch h. the pubUc eye. Yc, Jf*ngs totally engaged The pity th ..w 'thp rMult o(
almost uniquely. *ho never oc- "> that she had this tragic gift ,)loi,.1Um). alnollB village* allll
ruioncd the least breath of P*rlmm the" only moment.,, bedrowwd ln ./decaying rural
scandal. Her private life was 'he worlds history when the ,UklinWi und md siow-speak-
never public property and.
ng people.
In 1020 Edith Wharton pub-
lished the last of her really great
books. "The Age of Innocence."
a novel set wholly in Ihc N1
York of her girlhood. OuuntaaSsj
Ellen Olenska, fleeing fi
disastrous marriage, u welcomed
home with various degrees
cordiality by her vast clan. Amnnp
them is her young cousin May.
view was impossible.^ Ard jurt engaged to a most suitable
man who immediate!
... love with Ellen. Howevci
that her recognition of the super- Ma*. by devious subterfuge;
female natural bases of life was to un- man-i., her young man and only
whatever cost she always behaved
with dignity and discretion. What
the cost may have been is per-
haps hinted in this sentence, mm
her book "The Writing of Fiction":
"One good heartbreak will fur-
nish the poet with many songs,
the novelist with a considerable
number of novels. But they must
have hearts that can break."
How nearly Edith Wharton's tregi'
heart broke is proved by the fact perhaps it was even more tragic. young
tnat she began to wr)te fiction In both artistically and personally. f0llf f,
earnest at the suggestion of her that her recognition of the super- Mm.
doctor, a specialist in female natural bases of life was so un-
Edith Wharton. considered
by competent critics the great-
est woman novelist the United
States has yet produced, be-
lieved that there was an
inevitable connection between
effect and causethat In man's
character lay his destiny.
ng the new
SHOP on Higiiv* j> One at Pert*. .
.ctlniL-iy exclusive Bracl
and Dress Apparel in haiuiprtaUM
designs. Here loo, is ex-
tury Miniatures. Antiques ant
many delightful items of everyday
interest such as coasters with in
laid cork and most attractive Bit-
ters Bottles that you certain!) woo
*ee anywhere else. And thst Bp-
Shrs to everything In Uu *
HOP, to visit and
The new Philips are on then
way- Philips Radios, built lor M:
Tropics and unbeatable in per-
formance You'll see them
Manning's Electrical Showroo
the magnificent 10 Tube Model foi
the discriminating listener wot
shes the very best- reception
volume and lone are superb, the
Uundiptead excellent nnd fly-
wheel tuning is Philips feature
For top dollar value, the 6-tub<
Model BX 51SA is extraordinary.
In it's beautiful cabinet and wfctr
a top-flight performance this one's
a best-seller"
Most exclusive shop in la
but definitely. Bettina Ltd the
Dreu Salon in Balmoral Ga|
tph *i*n haw an original coUec-
tion of Dresses and Gowns and Ses
Island Cotton Blouses Th. WTJ
new Organdie Dirndl Skirts and
BlOugSM are itifffi Xm.i> ('.if: i u>
yourself). You must arrange to
see the truly gorgeous Dinner
Gowns and the very different dr<*:>
Ties from the Continent of
Most desirable Station-'
I 'Debutante' In soft
aasteli luts of Chiistm.i
: U] them bond
and Calendars for
-nice useall at the J
V voeate Stationery Store. You i
really hurry along if you
sa wrappings.
t. these are in big demand Foi
Jooks. of course, you Hunk of th. '
Advocate selection first, the svlce-
-. client. Photo and Auto-
Taph Albums and LcjIIut Purse
Dlrrte>. are also on display.
.u is a tourist's paradise,
here's something for awayybody at
C U. Rice Co on Bolton Lane
vMUgf ill relish the feathery
shmere Sweaters and Cardigans
ft in Scotland, colourful light-
weight Tartan Rugs and Sea ;
Island Cotton Shirts Everyone
knows of C. B. Rice's glorious
woo1.lens (but did you know the
prices are never more and often
less than elsewhere'1) and tremen-
dous range of ties and socks. The
new Jantzen Swim Trunks are i
also worthy of i
Happy Relief
From Backache
Nate***" MaW-Taks Doea'. f Jh"
VV : nwMtett
rheunuth (v-mv lunjgo> >ll.
aching mu-.irt and loinli or Ihs
cusnmon urioarr diaoruers auc to
haggiab IviJncy sviion ehrn you
aught get bbbJM i
Many ihrusands of hralih*
Baple bkaa ihr day ihcv !-*
aa'* Bacaache ndne)
I ru well known diuretic and
uruurr sniisepuc brim .luggh
Udaeyi to oarn- out their tun.t .m
ol rtJding ihc blood of runs uric
acid snd other imptinim harmful
!> heslth Grsicful netT-f. every-
where. re."eirocod lVsn'. Pilh to
iheir fnends sad neighbours. *
ilC-DOAN'S-.!
C5^
FACE POWDER
Jor glamour that btiomt \ you
e .untiuem oi ,, .
Europe Ilcttlna- 1^ delightfully "'
located and you are most wrlrome
to come In and look round
neuroses, during a period of certain, so hesitant and halting. tfX*x her death, a "quarter-century
nervous breakdown. She is, then. For Edith Wharton, ihc super- iater. does her husband
a triumphant example of subli- natural >eemi to have been the how UP|iberate her Innocence has
malion: whatever she suffered eerie, her ethic comprises no duty been. Although free again. l>e
frogf. the u-gcUy of her own mar- toward God. and her rocogmUoti <[,, ,irrt t,y to ^ee Ellen Life u
tiage she had been forced to of nemesis does not seem to have ov#ir< olw ^om, not reheat lU
divorce her husband when he be- included a glimpse, however faint leaving*. f..i they ,ue iudlgesub!>-
came a mental case) was trans- r broken, of that "supenmpend- U|ffi and ,t would be indelicate
tated by her genius into an ing design of which the renowned Thereafter, Edith Wharton's
ajrtannaj uwurencss of the suffer- nineteenth-century Roman (ntno- novels were always competent
lifts of others. But because her Jjc theologian Cardinal John ;(nd distinguished, but never aga
own suffering was genuine, she Henry Newman so magnificently r(.at< She had. however, pro-
had also an acute perception of writes. duced a remarkable corpus of
I Her compassion is Im- FHith wii.ri.m** flrt i.k i siistainedly flrst-dass writing. She
mense. and encompasses all ex- -J^* ,'\l"" Cio,i oTshor "'>^">'edly the greatest Am-
cept the hypocrite. Yet her sen*e V,"'"/Vuhh.hed m ^ ""man novelist to dale,
tke U Dew COrrod>d by S^LJ^S^.J!Lr\J!2B'- With only Willa Cath.r an:
thai rust on good and evil. K^^^ZJ, ?mZv\ m MO El,dwa W*llv wl,ntn even chl
that most terribly presumptuous "n P "CUS' de. Sri 1,,nln distance.
irtues. which should be re- g ^J^^'-**?$$ Perhaps what she lacked was ,
and in 1901 by 'Crucial i. nse of glory. Certainly not form,
suinces." a socond collection 0( nor art. nor morality, nor a
of beauty she had an almost
' p.iinlul awaieness of beautynor
ved to the Author of virtue
alone. Pity implies pride, and
pride's spquiiur. patronage. Not
the slightest smea
udles Edilh Wharton's coi.i- ,
. stories. In 1902 her first novel,
such pity ..Tn(. Vu, nf Dec|,lan;. .
euhlished which inttantlv lilnJUri tV,:n > "st' >t eschiilology, for
pMion. Bar ehM nwa alwjy. , u,P [,i, ,2 it iSjS h" n-'ia '"< -l)- '"-
;;'.S&i SSS 'ru"'-or"" " *& ni"Syf i, - << m* " * **
ctiun.
Han am gointo the House of
Loutl L, ll,i> ksj just
ii L 11 Hire ft Co.) are
featuring Handpainted Csstna b)
Liusugts of Fr.iiicc Including
plaiiues and i-erv.
12 et gld inlay bordering. This
distinguished iliina can be had in
CigurelU lloxes. Ash Trays and
Tea S> rvk-es wonderfully it-
lerned and typical of the most
beautiful slock for winch I-ouls L.
i f.imed. Here is your
!>."' unity to present a gift both
unit' iftl and elegant
Sil&k
Don't ufltr the long drawn out aurany
nf boils, ulcers atvd *rupiiuna. Ill* 1>.
Prexilption quickly brina* rebef by
Eiri(.in>K drep Istlow iba akla to
I the poUunoua ncrnw snd ,-
healing a*n to the moat penUlcm
earas. CKT A BOTTLE TUDAi.
Obwioable freaa all (hem,...
'SabOMeaarStri
Whole Pealed Tomato* -now,
think of that. Can't get 'em? Dear
reader keep reading this column
and you'll get anything. Thcte
are VEIX1P Brand tinned Tomatos,
Ideal in stews and fries, soups,
sandwiches and curries. A ptiduct
jf the Bahamas, thevre a most
desirable fruit to Include in your
weekly Orocery order lok for
the luscious red lomatw on it's
green and yellow background ami
if you've any trouble In finding it
simply dial K. J Hamel-Smith ft
Co.. 4748
ShcMeld Steel Kikhen t'otl.rv,
the very best quality obtain.tile in
sets including Spatula. 2 Knivt
(one with the very new combined
crimped and cuttinit edtsti. scis-
sors and spoon and I'd like to
know what could Ik> a nuire prac-
UmI nft than that for your home.
C S. Pitcher ft Co. (71) is where
you'll find this together with fine
3-piece Carving Sets also Sheffield
Steel and many other table re-
quirements including Knive-. forks
and spoons
Tool> for the kiddles this Xmas.
real slie and miniature. So even
though father can't hit a nail on '
the head. Junior can start in eai I> j
nd show him At General Hard-
ware Supplies on Kickett M member the parking convenience) j
is an exc llent variety from a 10-
plece Set for & 40 up. As well
as carpenters' tools that include I
MHikc-ihavcs, planes, saws, ham-I
mots etc. there are 8'xlO' sheet s l
uf Tempered Hardboard at re- i
markably low prices
The man who knows the qucs-
ttoi d> Bg> will sure get ail tin
ii rei from this YH)man of
England. It's the wonderful Turner
Tractor, full of features such a- Uw
Tuhulai froiit-nxli with extremelv |
Hong and exleiuiaLle
dftck. The rugged V-tyiM- Dal
Cnginc ticks like a watch art!
haroh . imaging ease of maintenance. An
i .''ii.iti || < I'lnoclilinti winner
against all-comers, the Tun i Traetov is al the Electric Sales ft
e Ltd.. Showroomph 4629
By BOURJOIS
an writers. The work is eon- P
-iderud one of tha best historical such "f a,*ain'
To Edith Wharton. all reality novels ever written, and won thv 1T">'t-lll> judgment,
was relationship, and as God Is HCclaim or such meticulously aa* future state. At least, she believw
i when He creates, so also eilimla autliortties on Italian ln three of them: death. Judgment.
is the writer. Yi.u ret nothing for ngtrtcenth-cenlury hlstorv as tho i,,ld hell. She misses heaven bit
nothing, not an ounce of aflecUo.i. En-llsh historian Vemon La*. "." tompletely-it was rather thai
not even fro-n an animal: not a -Sanctuary," which appeared in "'"' -''""', her loss and regretted
moment of triumph, even over the .po3. is one of Edith Wharton's " Her nioral fibre was not mad
other woman, or the man wh i ubtIost stones I'*1" y that strength which ;
I wrong. To her very'logical tron the evurlasling hills, whicl
mind there was an inevitable cor.- In 1905 Edith Wharton pub- COOkM from adherence to 1 h i
effect and cause, lished the first of her really major injunction "to be still and know
For Edith Wharton, character was novels and confirmed hci plaw 'hat 1 am God." Edith Wharton**
implacably destiny; nothing simply as a superb novelist. The love own strength seems, in the last
happened. The doom that awaits story in "The House of Mirth'' analysis, to have come Uastsskd
every one of her characters is lifts it above social satire, and from a stiff upper lip Hut at least
his own, Inescapably, but it is makes it eternally true and al- she knew Ihe difference, as her
also collective; she condemned ways readable. "The Fruit of the tombstone with its inscription "O
the whole society ^he portrayed Tree." published in 1907, was u crux, ave. spes unlca." indicates,
with her axiom 'a frivolous
10 acquire dramatic sig-
nificance only throi-gh what its
frivolity destroys." So she saw
clearly how power, as conferred
by wealth, without the con-
comitant responsibility Implied by
nobility and its obligations, was
the nemesis of American society.
and ol the individuals Making tip
klao si\w how
the European evasions of respon-
itillity. by hypocrisy, subterfuge,
and all the devious forms of de-
lion. were not less horrible in
their destructive effects.
Asthma. Bronchitis Coughing
Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes
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w.i i... n> n>*rf
4a|ir* ri" ainiihsa.
U n- fcor* "C
ras
. Ml.-.....'".
.Ii. I. I..r t tUlr-
ind fuur llk'-V. wm
InliKl-uIra !*.
ml iriH .if'*p(lin
- -. U"""M ->'
i- n..i nurkt o ihi
Mo Asthma in 2 Toon
ol nal tniia. and Ir bi.nMnf but ttaiUS
;:x>t
I Un. ....... i.
i- it'ahi ** a
i ol tn- -.(.
'Tiieine aatai-i
lrnn|" TK l*"4ic unJ'f an lfi>n rl>.|
in. ni-r Iw'li eai.iiii' 1"H l>o lh linIB*
ir "u * I Il .nilirlv 11. Ilka > niav
hiv n. and luUf aa>Ii."*d atlar Uklni
raluna>d !! ManSK* Irvaa r" CSai
I.I li-lav and > hw ll T<-1 * >
tuehr aad how murh bati-r Mj Mi I
Mendaco \gpgrjr
Burdensome Taxation
To Be Reduced
MONTREAL. and other consumable technical
Another signal achievement in supplies consumed between two
the held of air transport wa or more landing points within the
marked when tht Council of th* some customs territory of one state
International Civil Aviation Or- by aircraft of other states engaged
ganlzation recently adopted throe ' international air navigation
,. resolutions and on- lOcommen. should be exempted from custom*
nruS h J i- i lP u,^ rt;it""i establishing *,licy reS-iM> and other duties on a reciprocal
;ntt\w,.r.venu? '" ,he taxation of in^rnatiorud basis. The expression cygtom. or
M-SS^'a vfw- Lfnuh-ar ? E transp..rt. These policy -'he, duties" should include
IRfl In eJfine;. u23 -i decisions are now being forward- Pt. export, esc.se
loHl In .x-noiu-n Magazine ^- ^ t A n. ._ rF^,bf- *umnt "
veatod her a< a tocial hblorian. ?",. '" ICAO 57 ""W Xmt'
Ty FullMB of Lite." Edl'Jl n"ihJ*-nocv , .mD,ion ,ror. lurt.'Iubr.cai.la and ollr consum-
aa2w.M rs551.JS-S ^assx^sr^^^
and ,hc . alwB>, very ,ubllc in ?"' "* L r^Srl "..hi ,uipmenl of inltroa-
h.r apprrclallon of the varlMles of S,',*'"?^** ,bMIl. ^5!Sii llomil all lran.|.rl c-nlerprlca by
lova for Edilh Whanon. lo.c . ^. SS^ ? ftS!-SS niam of radppaial StwSmh,
unique since the conditions an I l""c-v n,~ """'" ""^ rorewean rcqucstod to la its
rlrcumitanrci which lurrouad it 'ulurc iich wiU aauire eauiubl. '" 'ulllr,iora and axaoipt the
in Mm I"' identical in .my Iwo treatment for international avla. *'ralu^ oI olhe, rt.. flying
- throughout the many JurU- ^ B? XJB_..
sal, con-
and Internal dutle. and
al) kinds levied upon the
cases. But Ihe laws which renu-
tion
into its territory
reduction of
,re always ihe ume, tiie, d'ion. into which It operate. "^,3^ .
are the laws by which we exist, "n? whlf,h "?! ".,*l",,'u*d tae related to the sale or use ol
and love's uniqueness is no excuse oedent, the 13 London tonven- inlctna,|n,| n,r transport Is also
mess, for letting up "on on fuck nnd lubricants. proposed with a view to further-
..ii behnv.our, lor rvadmc. thr laws Custom Duties ing the development and expan-
>.i our responalbllll.es. The I.C.A.O. Council recom- sion of international travel "
Thus all Kdlth Wharton's char* mends that the fuel, lubricant, trade.
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I' \l.l III.Ill'
I Ml W MlV "I Ml
M Ml \\ mix I MIIKK IS. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
t----------1----------
I IS* MimH i* I si I
Sundav. NVffWtiWr IK. l*l
DEFEATISM
El.ECTIt INS
.,) p titled prophets
arc bus :i wm with a lar^'i
majority for the Barbados Labour Party
.. .
lie opinion In Barbados, no (Gallup poll to
assess what tin' people are thinking, But
irw that
the extension ol tin- franchise to ever)
i .1 2\ will have a con-
i on ihe altoUotM. Kothini
rertain can Iv known until the voles have
One f< aching elections
hOWtVi and UTgtBt com-
ment DOW. The 'Bushe' experiment In party
has been continuously con-
demned by j n o| Barbadians
as certain to increase racialism and to dis-
i white minority from active
participation in the political life of Barba-
dos. Events have only partially justiiiei
this pessimistic (oncost The voters of
Barbados have hitherto shown themselves
far more intelligent and far more tolerant
certain politicians who have un-
ashamedly appealed to racial prejudice to
gain support for themselves.
The success of the Electors Association
in obtaining ten out of 24 seals in the
recent House of Assembly proves this
point. The Electors Association is the only
political party in Barbados which is not
preoccupied with racialism as, the main-
tyiing ol its appeal lo the electorate.
White politicians are elecled by coloured
voters and coloured politicians are sup-
ported by white voters. In the forthcom-
ing elections the Electors Association are
offering several coloured candidates. No
other political party in Barbados can bt
satd to represent all the people of the
island. The Barbados Labour Party des-
pite Ihe inclusion in its ranks ol one while
politician has signally failed to convince
the white volers that it is not predomin-
antly concerned with the interests of one
colour only. Whatever may be the per-
sonal views of Mr. Adams the rank and
Hie of his parly have shown little regard
in their public statements for any bui the
majority. Some Labour politicians have
no other political weapon than an appeal
to colour, buttressed by abuse ol the "white
HCpIofl
But il the Labour Party has been unable
to purge its politics of racialism, the Elect-
ors Association has suffered from the in-
fection of apathy, fear and defeatism
spread by many who profess to lw its sup-
porters. This apathy, this fear, this defeat-
ism has been most marked where il ought
least lo have been in evidence. The large
property owners of Barbados, the landed
i vo the largest interests at stake
By education and tradition they ought to
he in the vanguard of any political move-
ment dedicated to the service of all Ihe
people. Instead they stand in fear i I
and hold themselves aloof from the other.
There is every reasOn to deplore the fact
' Barbadian politics no longer appeals
|0 the yoiiru: country "squire" as it dOM
in England. The Conservatives won ihe
lasl election parllv because of I*ord Wool-
Ion'-, brilliant handling ol the party ma-
chine, partly .because the young Tories
never lost contact with Ihe people. The
lish countries is still predominantly
Conservative. FTere defeatism, fear and
apathy have prevented young men of
ability from shouldering a task which
! privileged position in the Commun-
ity nqullM of them Some of them have
not even been sufficiently public spirited
to register.
Yel despite iheir own lamentable fall-
ing away from their responsibilities, this
class, il olasl it can l>e called, has joined
forces with those shitting irresponsible
Barbadian voices that criticise the Electors
Association and accuse it of political inepti-
tude.
If there are detect! it be found in the
Electors' Association, thpsc .Meets are due
primarily to the apathy, fear and defeatism
which mark tho e who ought
to be taking an active part in raising its
banners but who stand aloof and criticise.
Vet i tamed from
irresponsible critics and the limits within
whirl 11 I operate liecause
of widespread political apathy, the Elect-
ors Association continues to function as a
major political party m Barbados and pro-
vides tin rt4 this island with an
elterr i PATt) K(,vcrnmcnl.
Bushe" party govern-
ment convinced educated
opinion that Ba:' i nettled, from
But until the MBusfaeM
experiment hafl been abollihed, II is ehild-
and; bewail its inlroduc-
i I truth
than the trite i going Hu-
ron: : i>ados must no through
ennt through. This

kind The only l the dictator-

lion ;
majority in tin; House.
advance IHUr bonk which ha, b*
which political party will be IU lifwlc" jm^llkM,", .
but there is n reason whatever for assuni- whuh ..re all it is pwible to of-
........ ;:.,..:, v.,/:.'...,:hV'm"
Association are tial facts simply arid dean
: An. They
ere .. ol the
community, ami the numb
dally.
History Off Barbados
B% HKIT H\Mll|ei\ ,,,-d. and a clearer picture!
rsUevad f they had been taken
ajBaar, It would then have,
that the
. the gratitude of the Islan-iers, "Not..nee" Bills, by which in 111?
ho ha\. : illy sought lo obtain seats
The. sarly ^ears In the Askarmbly for two officers
. O
ihouldfti
.
i l
FOR FINEST
CHRISTMAS CARDS
long wi.i -.
m which they-----
ofBsrtsaeaanaaeganava rented lo i '*
-odifling x-r|'____
elr owl i
A.
SUM K I Ahl.M.
THK (ormation greoment under which
the Caribbean Commission now functions
can he Cancelled or revised in August*i5:t.
After ih.ii period anyone of the Memhei era; for example i
Nations can tr*. notice -t its *
intention to ra Ittofl A'.
: llgglOtI II!
Bar bad' thle year Bli
Seel, the British Co-Chairman, Utld mem-
liers unit Ihe lime had come for stock-
taking. Again in St CrOftS at the thirteenth
meeting held recently, the British Co-
Cheirmui, criticised the (net that so large
a proportion of the Commission's revenue
went Of) overheads, leaving so little for
expenditure 6fl projects which would
Ihoui being quite re
face Ihe m*slve oldei i .i Uttle Uss than j
like Sehomburgh undPoytr. Uon" propos-
rr.gh' hive al H9t l' "
It is reasonable to ask
"' ^u kind that It shm. sen..
( lun,-.

18.6. IS
, Ptrltamen- not correct. in feel
-words of the ironsides than H.
long pur i. neon mer- . ;


il.le means ol avoid
Call and Select Early from
VIUIM All SI \IIOMin
exhibit, i
lion and secomUv sccuigf}}
l -..il Both "f ihise
'tests Mr Council passes with hon-
"i Ihe usual
.-it-ross i
Is most dlf*i. ill lo niMil *uccee*.f ul-


cant noi men
..anetrtei.i
H
d hid* la
I io repeat n-a -
..<_ il m
wort t*


wcrd



!
.
of the
n.uch space to
uiU thai

constitutional ex- i"
o
..ml highly M
: lluiuih ones at thai T
m on BM sssftil. In aslec
.ini-ation of i6tio. Uon, presentation, -mi
ITS of the History tation. out i-o one 'hould bi

-i recoi.! : ""> suppomui
good io Bod Iti i as anythlnej other
.;'.;:'.:','Sss
,%:.,'.,: ,'---*,'--.*,'.-,.-,*,*.-,' ,
NOW IS THE TIME
To Paint
To Varnish
U putt.ug thei*- events, uvin an rxUeniely hard one W do
n,, ..i.ri fr iiiMance to ft ml > !l-- w''1 Tl.e appearancejrf Uto Uttls
- 1. d to^hr iw M the, alw-y are, with Ugon-, I6J7 map on
..- th. Colony, the Uav < ''
.-Sir Wdliin/courtoer. lai *
ruined bv the squabbles of gr?ei. eously in one m
courtiers seeking Mtontt I ' ***n teMt 9UC- edition
,hf. apathe* i Iwnc*-- cesmful in o.v*ting
. lirectly m '"ecu
Bto secona
in pi i it u.i lion of less
gjerats than two pages would dispose oi
mistration or the surplus space, which has been
The funds of Ihe Caribbean Comi
arc provided exclusively, by the four
metropolitan countries of the United
Stales, Great britain, France and the .,,
K,.,dmrlheNc.-h..,lart,TheU, ; - "
ciuiti ibutes rt8.4 per cent, of the cost.
Qreal Britain 34.3 pe;- cent., France 16 per
cent., and Holland 113 per cent. Local
Caribbean Governments contribute noth-
ing to the Commission, but they pay for
the travelling and hotel expenses of their
tog to ihe biennial West Indian
Conference These conferences cost the
;.rea thousands of dollars every two years.
MV* at he he; The development modern map or the Island, Tn.
1Y consideration for of the const Jtion has always latter is Ml beautiful, and will bi
(are of the aSS '"*cd with Uie of no use to anyone not
I CartUle is revealed as political history of the Wand that with SB enormously powertu
What he wasa ruthless exploit,, some dupuosl w would have been magnifying glass.
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The annual revenue of the Caribbean
Commission slightly exceeds U.S. $341,000.
Must of il is spent on overheads and in sal-
aries and wages to 70 people who work at
headquarters In PorVof-SneJn, Out of tins
year's budget no more than $10,000 is
available for promoting research or .iny
other work of benefit to the area.
Let me admit It. One glance al
; the front page of the A4va>te
i is t-nough for mc. and then fr"'
the unrelieveu gloom of world
I news I escape to the conde strii*
nuuion the two wen quite witch-doctor did lha three-card
-II oqualntedi yet when she hick with tho Usjar muI the ku-1-
uppeared ever the horl/on in Tin- Oooi
Jeep and cloud of sand en and constitution '
Uta tarTunu or Biz.-: tig field for *pec-
onlv page where" I can be or wheiever il was. he expressed ulaUon The simple miu't core
?ore th.t itu- Rinln -the ethical, iilUe reitrei. No doubt :-.o was rui* the countrv with Bengal; thai
not the politicil HiKhlwUl <>nso!ed by the almost Immediate tl|v showi hOD KtfDBle i
always iiha l "ice ,n tho cartoon of a tv, pooplo !""k 10 be of Bantu
Hi, only about *ix months 1*1 .n. mguishablc from ol perttapi H Inn th.
-inre I l>egli*n to r'--d the funnies Sabje lo Ihe i ikad eye, but re- Influential Sir Ah "
lba Times, my breakfast fire in lotting bi the r.ire geographical KCMd'i Wfjon .. turban like
EngUind contains nothing com- ol TabrU ,n Yms* Indian, gad his he
parable. But six months' study Tabriz brought a language ;iri. (.v1(.n,ly European*. [noJesd
h;.
I wide ami almost virgtn ArM er fOwwera .who are dressed ponuiwmdad to htm by Dice, the
etCtion t> this knowl- for tf,e Hwher CrlUcUm. Uke SenusMi in somewhat Ami.rkvn gambler whom
flond English, maintaining the ,,,,,., Il(.,, ,, ,,,> lVk. ,
: kaOUBT*
An immediate
edge would be the observation that the
Commission doe* nol appear to give as
much as it might to the area, were there
more concentlftllon on the needs of the
area and less expenditure un the? Commis-
sion itself.
But this observation cannot be isolated
from other aspects of the GoairnJgglon'l
activities. The Commission has in recent
years produced substantial quantities ol
information and res'arch which are valu-
ble If Iheir application to Ihe immedi-
ate needs of ihe area has been less success-
ful, any such failure cannot be fairly
attributed to the Commission. The fact
hat yj rxetic flavour by adroit use -t .
iportsrace the telling u-mosyllnble H
before I (Huia aavlon Mend ';;,.
Mv gre-Jt ret{rel
I much of fundamental importance
happened, us it were, before
n imiiequently I "" TNT. produce, a correspondir.g
invited U> accept Us natural Nordic effec wiul the word
things which in, fact both aston- n.n j Once t ba sure. Tabriz,
ish and puuli- in^- Tlic Phanloni, viniiinM a word of commauil
lor InatanO' That shin tlRht In- ,,; Arabto script, but Hazard soon
| tegument he wears. Is il rubber, damped iown on that. "in
: Or nylon or sei'r.ucker? Oous it r:nKIUht' lie snappod. He need
Henna 11
null WOUld I* OOfcTAI
is of lha Atiiinuc

to have absolute power. Not evei
a nnanea Cornmittae! The Qm
iMiui'.. uniform resembles thai
keep him warm, or ward o-r n0t havt "V lh<
btUsStg, .m- render him invisible, y^i what T briz said lo her * *
teet him from mosquitos? hemhnicn n il speUad "Abdul- '"' Jhat of Amn i
And how is It that whan, on u cigsa-ettes'. ?f '' alrms '" ,** Baeond rni
going into action, he iheds his x a matt f of fact. Johnny halr-atyle, by lha
irav el ling ulster and dark glasses. n/.aro UnkJige pioblems ara Interoslinglj wltl U
ho apparently also takes off his 1(>thin; to tl.< "hantom's; but it-
ears? All Uieso things have no phantom, wh- h Mrnuchal tm ^e includes what I uk.
doubt been exolalned nt -*me . gambling hen U be ailerons, or gflls, or ant
time. I wish I'd been there. ti(k u ou h^ sk. 'l-bexlecked throne All OtOM ara only | few of tin
lint perhiips they never were in (|R. heari of ihe |un|J problsnu wtikh ii
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naures from the Commissmn looking in-
formation from Ihem.
The remedy to this situation is obvious.
The Commission should make greater
study of the more simple requirements of
the area and try and produce Inforntetlon
and research thai hi less remote from the
daily routine of Weal Indian territories,
see the curtain Hue on the adven- |1;I."S clock e speaks ull Ian- Ries Thi Itsfjn
I tures of Johnny Hazard, but no Bli;ii.,.. < ,f i.. hsngua#i of tha DOrfaaps Us buried In Us
ever explained just how .. Advaeata: but personally '
md Why he found hlm-elt, as ( ,,.,1) h:)V(> )o ),_,,. f.
vou will remember he did. in the vh ,
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" ei-wuin^ -eru 1 "" { '-' ,v con*,t,",* so*k' "' "Hr.nRmK t'p Father" W8!
(Chrlstliin name' o, sur- ' nci.lenU.il>-. com- tor it ippaarad in 1912the yesi
ii rla Mblgs i awn*
Sable
fi.tine"
Buent English, or rathe
i i thine 1 cv.r
" he e, ilalmed what
I >!['.
Hui not.
\dv*e4le.
mean, or Sable MaeAndrew?) 1
judge from the tone of their r-.i-
Nil Tin- On The Fence
Hut Ihe str.mge^i reason for the Com-
mission's continued existence II its inter-
national character. It is the only raglonal
organisation in the area in which Ihe four
great nations with interests in the Carib-
bean can find a meeting place for ex-
change of ideas. The promotion of Inter-
national goodwill would be alone worth
the cost of the Conimissi.m. Vet even here
the results of international co-operation
do not seem to be passed on as successfully
as they might within ihe area There is
great ignorance among the peoples of
these territories about their British neigh-
bours. The mutual ignorance of each oth-
er existing between British and non-Br't-
ish territories is colossal.
It is not an unfair criticism to suggest
thai were the information department ol
the Commission less anxious to praise the
work of the Commission and more con-
cerned with the spread of simple informa-
tion about the territories, more might be
done to promote international understand-
smonfl the people themselves.
The West Indian Conference which
meets every iwo years al great expense to
the territories themselves, has become an
embryonic Caribbean Parliament in which
poUttdani rave much to say and then the
whole Incident is closed. As a means of
getting together Iwtween selected repre-
sentatives of the area Ihe affair may truly
be described as a howling success: but that
any practice] benefltg follow from this ex-
evi nt is something about which
a overwhelm*

mission must continue to exist. 1 il
Seel has politely hinted the time
k taking is overdue
IN lirtand. where most people It* NATII\>lKI. 01 imiNS
Ueva in fairies. Mr. M...:o-n,
Umeru-k Ciu manager, has ad-tween dusk and dawn with no
liultted that the site of a housing trouble at all. all.
. ... the Mound of naltynanty Calling All fairies
Ceg will have to bo changed be- s a matter of fact, it might
'cause of obstruction by lepre- f\ ,,. tllV, (H^.n H bad Idea.
'chauns. in these difficult times, to appoint
pbles built by council ,. tab-to to Qosgramsi
during the day were o>* butoad of k n in) peers.
n.olished ovet night by the tittle Although one hates to brig
..cnnle about one's family. The Goban-
That is why Mr. Maefcon JM s.,ur was also invoked for a good
rtated offleially. 'In order << tvo yield of butter during a shortage.
our people houses, we will have to |f the people behaved themselves.
dvi m to the fairies" he provided enough from nowhere
. for everyltody
Those who kn5^23i ?JJ_Bl5J; George could do from alm*l any-
,m1I undestand that this * wn(.lh^, ,ne ^p,,, ^
| was the only course open to Mr. huvr lhemscIvi.. or not.
Matken. >
! If you oppose the fairies they Allvbody wilo u m preJu.
, ,11 not only turn your milk sour ^ ins% fulrir, can 8ec lh(lt
and cross your baby s eyes, but Th(, fiobanMOr wouW have been
o.uld easily turn you into a goat morf utotul as aS8Uitant to the
or a pig. major than Dr. Charles Hill. ha
f you leave them -lone lha* h ' ire you alone; but if you WlU, cjobnn^aor as Parlia-
td.ir help, you may nnd mcnlary Socreta > to the Mtfa I
astonishing co-or*raiton i( F,d ,,.,.. .,,.,,,, ^ r,n .
irchlU may i;iti,; ,.,,. wilhou,
''^ loJ!n" ing I darasay .
poinl Mi din- ^ ,,,1P ,hc Mnw rt.llh- m9m.
,'8ter of Housing h.s ,,.lrt, vheese, and eggs.
Uncle Ni 1 x nut |f |h(iy had .ppolnltd hiin
an author- Minister of asassllfa. ha would nave
in-.-, lantnan giv.-u us his bveh magic ale In-
i AecorduiK to this humorist, anv- at--d of Mrty medicine, eutlnui
ibody bearing the name of t.ub- tm. 11W| (lf fr. (1|MI ,..
.bins U n descendant or Tha l(f .. king us all well
Gobansaor (pronoenced Cobban- anrt h(mpv
Isair). a gifted architect who later 0n lhp (lIhl| h tlil lf Ioo many
became a fsiry and passed with p,.,,,,;,. thrived tco long on nil sJa,
honour Into Irish mythology. fn< nSt of oW 8ge
The GolAuaor not only built ,^,,^0,,,, ^ couW Iurn M the
the round towers of IrclanWoM f;k m,
Which were oneo the rtOT^CVW ^^
of holy relics, but also built f.h, ffir cv,.rybody llV. Iwdinil ^ hn,f
caaoas ovatntttri ,rf ,(l(. mUob to the other.
* the Prin-.'
k Qubblr, tud been appointed *lU 'hmk this^,
,.f Housing he would How lo Do it
not h..ve bedUaad t ask be A CORMSPONDENT hai
r^ed ancestor. . 1 I I how Lo
would probably have made him hit write .. column.
leers about nepotism. tersely. "Be alv
Lns, assisted by The ttul
Gobansaor. could build houses be- Which i-n't a great help (
you are Just beffcnlng ;""' havenl
i'. lo bo ahOM with.
it '.tie beginner would Uki
ce from .. veteran, i
U
Writing a column, or even .
masterpiece, is so simple th..
you'll laugh when I UsU you Uv
It means no more than havinji
the right Ideas, .-noosing Ibt
- Is and arranging the"
in the tight order. Shakespcan
adopted this method with n
markable
When the technique has bee
all you hare b 1
buy .' pi I 1 a pene
nnd start writing.
But don'l spend a lot of mm..
RtWl Iter, desk, and
rafarenee library until you ar
sure that other |>eople, apart fn t
like your column.
Assuming that some other pc
son (say your mother) Uaw
tbut IK
to me) uiii eae what 1.
If it comes buck, dotri I
courBKed. Only by trial and err
will you Ii 1
> hap) another i>encii if you'v
nh un som
I dlffere.
there in
different 1
Then. ti.-th.i yoga; moth."
likes it or rot. tnr il up.
Kipling said the art of arrltlfi
tnC ft up. Perhaps h<
body Ilk

If ."iu are slill feeling dogge,
buy another pad 1
' i anidher pencil, ju-
for the hell of it) and I
1
This time use fresh Ideas am
an cntirelv ne-
right-hand co
the Chin. I doubt \t it
much dlfroi
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THE FINAL PHASE |
sample foi llu I
Dr. C Qoodman Irtf the u|lr
THE RACE ll nnlHhcd and Mr. Guy Purchao lo*d- in Dniry Lane
with JoeXey Qiie-ted up.
MARTELl^
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i uii ..n,i ,hi;u .n
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Ad pundn brfurr thr
CfiDd St.in (-challenge* the
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LcmbuuUon of the owners reg.*-
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mi in Um i uudy and

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is the sor* of ooniiim- i
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li-:irn ll.c ..in k.nt < f :: 1
J rat ion thai hi
MM mill i.n hOW be'
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A Peep Behind Scenes
Let us i ike a look at the pre-
parations for any one rMt The
ural official thai tx im-s Into play
.* one which the ractUf public
! .irdly ever we* and that is the
r i iddook.
His Job is lo see that all horses
i mining are brought into the pad-
dock, hi the case of any horse
not being brought into the pad-
of 1 m Turf club
, .11 u-
reported lo the StawarfU unless
ralMtOfl in addlo else-
where has been obtained from
i : Btawordfl and when such per-
tVOD ii 'ee of five dol-
must bo paid.
Clerk til Tin- Km Irs
The Clerk of Hie tcoiOB, U
luo-kmg official behind
he mm i BOW comes
into play. He exhibits a number
las allotted on the official card)
of each horse and weighs in the
i each horse. He then
furnishes Ihe starter with a list
of such numbers.
It || intcieMilig to see him toss
two pounds into the
scale but this is also a B T.C
*ii prove that the horse
has not carried too much weight
Each horse carries a saddle
cloth with a number correspond-
ni,: uiili that allotted to it on the
official card and this goes into the
scale at weighing in as well ns
any hood, muzzle. RM
breastplate or clothing to be worn
b] the horse.
No Whip Nor Bridle
Hut no whip or substitute for
..lie plates or anything
worn on a horse's legs are allow-
.1 oil the scnles
Jockeys having been weighed
ii.t the hOMM for any race
am then laddlad In pact*]
nclotura und
w itehful official eye* .. It..- Clerk
o, the Paddock nrd the no lew
watchful i M unofficial eyes of
Owners. Trainers and keen turf-
Thev ml* ar-nnH this .-nail en-
few times :eslmg stir-
rups, saddle and make any last
ml"Ute adiustments which thev
find to be necessary
Keudy
They are then ready to go to
(ho starting pole and here the
tnorml public sees them for the
They inn. the favour-
ite wins, or there is an upset and
Forecasts pay rich dwldoBdo,
some are happy others are disap-
pointed and sad.
/ luck}1 ivncr or trainer
proudly Icadi the winning mnun
through the winner's gate and off
goes the crowd to collect bets r,
' I lie mi hand to place early ones
for the next race
'her picture is unfolded
en the letuin to the paddock.
Who weighed- out before
must now weigh-in after
the race
VVriuhin-In
Immediately after pulling up
rmlnj and placed Jockeys
of each race must ride their horses
to places provided for unsad-
dling ihe winner and placed
horses. The other jockeys yield
.Lice lo ihOM and dis-
mount and wait at a reasonable
distance OWO]
The jockeys are weighed aga.n.
If a horse carries more than two
pounds over its prope.
dared weight, he
qualification
If the jockey cannot draw his
proper or daalarcd wcn'iu tli.
> .. k of the Scale ail
one pound
Testiuu Sail* a
Thi- l not tli.- end howevei
foi hi wlnno) now his to be car*
tall where n
quallQtJ fOti
i of the aallva
them away m ipeelal
v ii ... .i:e -< aVtd ' >
ii . itawai
dispute.
n m tha aad> for n
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welcome ret
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rAGE TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18. U5I
CHRISTIAN MISSION CASE
-JUDGMENT
i
turner*!. -
THE ''on- a re_ Uvta but "a* ": iJiii u the remaining provisions usual mud* Th
tejaiusauon, as its name lives from abroad, iric Ctuiauu ,|l( Sl ,.,_ ,n my vie* iik: lh.^ according
- founded I" the l> MiMtoo oWf the yean having re directory ooiy. (or to hold appearing for the ikfaDdin.i ,
in ol 4nu ccmury or just be- expanded in accordance with Oie oUwrwiw would mean lhat new- on ihe failure of the Herald *
*jH mcrporawd by Uie hopes and aspirations of iu compliance wllh them wuuld re- by way of mandaimii to seen **
4n*Uan MtsMee, Act. . 5. founders, -alt in serious general Incon- the revival of the Herald or u
gu ;-> that ptatu.e the purposes of the lit of January. 1M9 there was justice to persona who have no law in accordance with Section 4
Mission u incorporated are uproar and coniusion. counter- control over tin.** entrusted with of the Act of 1MW, prescribing in.
preaching the Gospel in singuig. and scenes of disorder, the duty. proper terms the requisite eum-|
IU fullness in the West Indie, which resulted in the calling^. In the Holes and Bye-laws of awning prneedure for the annul
snd South America .... pro- of Uie police. The meeting of the the Christian Mission entered on merting of the representative*
muting evangelical domes.ir representatives of ihe Cnurche* 'he 20th August. 1914. Hule IV (ft)
.rid foreign Missions with rv- had been called for the 0th
when the er.ab-
lished usual mode of tuminmnn:
'Notice of ill meetings of the ,ht reswn-senutivea became tm-
Miation shall be printed In the P"*lW*- ** proper course would
Chrtslian Mission Herald it ''*** b##n ,OT "* ruU * *>><-
Icast one month previous to law hv ***** ^""" "'
such meetings.' accordance wikh Uie Act by the
1 bar* referred to Section 4 of the ^f!!.,??^.0* *an*g*TOni P-
inunlng Missionaries for such certain conflict In the evidence.
work . > I And that the Keverend I i > s*
would cite the
ference to the needs of dc-ll- January. This meeting was not
ut unoecunlnd Held* of attended by the Defendant, .he
.ild . publishing and Reverend Hoyte. nor by member*
..inn true s and other of the out-going Board of Man-
rorka which may be adapted gement. As a re-son for Una
10 the same purpo; 8nd . ._. non^t.endance and in spue ol Jg^^TaiaaJsae.'XX'Si 2*5! *ribin w methoTof
whereto the Hoard al afeoaje- ""iV"'*:. ...
u .."f--, ,n, t -nuiined In ntak* nil-* n ,h,a Pnl 1 would die m<
n a.. ... prop.,., . ^r,3;ihr,;,eaoULro; sk^teth*s^s^fSR-^-^r^sii'-u
II irMMkrlM cuiaucl lrf,,vc<1 ,nd ,,, ,,. , nK. nd Itow .IU..IIW, . !- ,,,, 0, M,.h pr^-rtb,,
'"" view of th. Upcxnki* M lh. ^ 2iu bLhIi """"" "" <"">"
IU ~
bodl
Bourn-vita
M UI..r> ol tn, M.s ,<.,. , vlaw of ,h. hup|WlinK, , lb. ' ",?; J?Z,~J"" no p.nuul.r .Ik. ol .IMIon.'
Management for the year Registration Office of this Island
cedure, and It is in the very
utii.ii- and diversity of these thai x^9
gr^ve dlffl. .ill* in interpret, ion The pr0prioiv of the
lies. A large part of this subnr- and ,hp election of the 26th -if the 'meeting of the repreeei.ta-
dniute legislation is the work of January are challenged by lh<* lives'. U is to be remembered that
person* who. though they might nefcndiints. who, anart from the the terms 'Mission' and 'represen-
have been wor hy member!, of admission in the PlulntifTs' plead- tatlves' are denned in the statute
ihe Mission, were unver.cd in ing thnt the Reverend Hoytc anil ,md I would quote from the
the drafting of rules and bye- other Defendants were properly the IntcrpretaUee. Art. I94B9.
law*. Thus. It la not surprising arpointtd to their respective Section 20
that nfftrvis of many years stand- offices for the year 1948. contend 'Whero an Act confers power
thf movement were eon- that all election* and appointments un any authority to make any
. -Ihclr mindo as to whji subsequent to those for 1946 are subsidiary legislation the follow-
n.les-u-ere applicable in parUcu- invalid on the ground that the
Jjt- ea*sr>. mectlnga at which they were made
From the outset, difference* "** Improperly convened
which arose were settled wlthm At this sugr an namlnat on
the body and a" went well with /,s*cllon ot .,hf t1Mrp0|Sin*
itlfUl Mi*sion until to- tatUl seems desirable with a
t JhJi ihi vinw * determining the natuie
'hlch"ho\]id ' " ProvUlons. whether ther
,M ure mandatory or directory, or
whether some are mandatory and
others directory. The section of the rule referred to above wiUwut complying wlah It; un-
.eads thought lhat the term 'meetin* ni ,e,"" ti|S,prrion* who have a
.. ____llnB rf ^ rfl,r_-,I, the Mission' would comprehend right to notice are actually sum-
ll'T!ff &?& 'm"*in* % ^re-ntatlves,' - ** -ammously a.
Loot |
In compliance with Section 8 of Mansfield, delivering the Judf-
neetlns tho Act is there any mention of rnent of the Court, aaid
kg the usage, the notice
must be given by personal
summons to those who an
within the limits of the]
borough. But that Is om.> I
pan of the usual notice. There I
must also be a bell run end 9. and then to toll from;
ten to the lime of meeting
This can't be dispensed with j
It Is necessary to be complied I
with, unless every single mem-1
ber bo present, and consents to |
wave (sic) It. The want of it;
vacates the eleetit
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14 llir.li Street. Brldxetown.
ward Ihe end of 1948.
Itence and harmony
be a distinguishing feature
reltffiotat- body gnvr pi ire to
strife and diaunitv. culminating
in the division of the member* ol
- \: i|,n mto kgro rhnl rsc-
ing provisions shall unless the
contrary Intention appeal*,
have effect with reference to
the making of that subsldimy
legislation . fb) expressions
used in the subsidiary kMlala- The rule adopted In these cases
lion shall have the same re- was- here there Is a usual f
sptctlvc meanings as in the Act """hod of noUce, that usual
conferring the poV/er . me-hod cant be dispensed with.,
It may well be lhat the framers Pg^cy" the |a>ectlun^ be good)
the rule referred to above \
Silvilcrin
LOTION WITH OIL
Blanilsllgilislilsseitiihiiidfslfiiiiaa
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wawAjes,
In the proem proceedings,
however, the Court is noi ciied
upon, nor is It its duty, to Inves-
lu-ile and decide on '-His fac-
tional dispute, and 1 therefore
tmplsasixe that the quejlions
. i 1 It-i di-cision are *olel>
CODcertaCd wuh the validity or
otherwise of the election* of
General Superintendent-- and
boards of Management. I would
a.!.! that it b regret.able that the
in this unfortunate dis-
ptlte could nut "die tlieir dlffei -
ticeg miii ihemtielven without
i la litigation.
The original suit was filed on
the S h day of July. 1949 and in
it the plaintiffs cl.imed:
(a) An account of Ihe deal-
ings by the defendant wild
the moneys, good*, effcr and
property of the Ml:
n of nifli
Bearing this
itmously agree,
rule In mind
in the month
tone and place and upon
hut in view of the definition In
renreaven- wou'c' "* scen 'hat the mee'lng
,pur f ,k* aeeinra. of tn representatives which
' met on the 26th day of January
SM.^S ~S== rt "" * "*""
lauvc'. and In -
that all
notlc a. shall b. prmrlaM lor ''"< '"" "i'hlcT iu:., i "d whloh purporll lo .tori
.Ball bo wbmltud by lh Bo;u-d ".,'., > ,.','h' '4. T I vend In
....."ES7 &
shall be submitted by
of Management, and
Superintendent and Treasurer
shall be appointed for the en-
suing year, and such OoMroJ
Superintendent and Treasurer
shall thereupon also uiinu-ui-
ately nominate a Board of
Management for the ensuing
year, and ;.uch nomination shall
be submitted to the some
Superintendent and
was improperly con-
that The usual mode o*
Jng. i.e by notice printed
In the Christian Mission Herald.
, had iK'en departed from without
of affair* and to eieci a General ,nc ,..msen. of fcnd ,deed de-
Suprlntendeni and Treasurer. spI|e tne prol-u of. ^rt^ of
I pass now to a consideration In ,nMr ,ntlt|ed to notice Hence.
CMUWeUon with the publication .i thls Court holds that bhe pur-
noiicea of the meetings of the rep- ported election of January, 1949
lesentaiives in the Christian Mb- Was a nullity
r slon Herald. This periodical was [ the second eaae. there was
subsequent meeting of the rep- "nd '* a PUOlseottoa of the type IO valid election in the year
eaantauvos u. i,. nm-.ii,-a br oo ttfjtd w wo proanblo of Uka lotl u>ta taa} pwofoeloil Mot-
thnt UUIPOOO for thefr conilrma- Ael y' lst* an [lo eporl fiora a period of abeyance year was convened by person*
In mtiTpreting this section It i* laawnjj for two or three yeara du- who themselves were not lw-
,-sential that due regaid lie paid fiM the tenure Of office of the fully appointed ami whoso
during (ira, to (n). intention of the la*- l),','-',|u""t the Keverend Hoyte, appointment was Invalid.
. islature. It seems to me that Uw.i -'"^ 8 inception notice of the It has len urged bv the
(b) The delivery to the iM-rUlon wu lo secure the pub- annual meeting of the represents- Defence t.'ial the Defendant the
plaintiffs of all moneys, goods. Ucation of a financial statement Tlv*s ho1 ***" PrinWd ,n terms Reverend Hoyte. boing the last
books, piper- letters, docu- ,.J(ch year recording the dealings identical^ with those shown
men's, effects and property of of the outgoing Board of Mnn- Exhibit "A"
the Mission. ugement and to secure the election THE ANfruAI- MEETING OF
i inapplicable lo the meeting of Ihe
-epresentatives. whose duty
i-foidto receive I itaaionl
,00***^ ^
VCMtST/C* 79rWW8
A Declaration that the (1f a General Superintendent and
.' untiff Frederick Adniphuv Treasurer for the ensuing year. A
narrow is the General Super- guiding rule of construction is
in endeut of the Mission for the thus enunciated in the case of
the other plaintiffs comnrlsi
ind constitute the Hoard n-
M-nigemen- of the Mission for
the said year.
'd Such further and other
relief a in the circumstances
may be iul
.\< directed m a previous rul-
i trus Court embodied in an
order dated 'he 13th September.
qsj QBOWni of the lapse
nee 1949. there are now
toga -aaltt before the Court and
these have been CfaneOUfi
ihe ilntt the Plaintiffs seek a
0 lhat the Plaintiff
I Adolphus Barrow t* the
Superintendent of the
Mission for the year 1949 and
with other Plaintiffs
Icomprlscd and constituted the
Board of Management of the
Million for the said year, and
nlso. such further and other re-
lief as in ihe circumstances may
In the second rase, the
Plaintiff Joseph Thomas Larrier
and tho other Plaintiffs seek
"rlarntlon In respect of
the year 19S1 and furhn ...l,f.
elected General Super-
intendent and Treasurer wai en-
titled to hold over until a lawful
successor be appointed. Council
cited as hi* authority for this
proposillon tlie case of Prou'se n.
Fool (17151 2 Bro. Part, Can. 289.
Elders. Missionaries and Chosen W|tn th), proposition I cannot
Representatives are requested to aj(ree> fa (n my view lnBl Kttt. ,,
be present at 10 SO a.m. dlstlnguishabU ftratly on the
REPRESENTATIVES
lakes place on......(date;
the
Manlreal Street Railway Cora-
pin; v. Normandui (1917) AC
170; It la' noteworthy that in me u>rm,- of ,ne charter of the
'The question whether pro- Christian Mission Herald aa re- borougfi which granted
vision In a statute are directory vived by the Plaintiffs, the notice ,hr. Mayor and Burgesses
or imperative has frequently u printed in similar terms. trilr successor*, that the Mavor
arisen In this country, but il But in fact, the Christian Mis- (ind capnai Burgesses, and Corn-
has been said that no general sioti Herald commenced pubUca- )on Council, for the time being
rule can be laid down, and thut tion some time prior to 1909 and or Xbt major part of them, should
in every case the object of the during the many years of Its ex- nave power for ever after, pearly,
statute must be looked at . Istencc. the notice referred to the 9th dav of October, 'o
When the provisions of a statute ,,bove appeared annually during rhnse one of the Aldermen to !*
relate lo the performance of a November and December. Than Mayor who. being sw.irn. should
public duty and the case is sucn it cannot be denied that over a bear the office of Mayor for one
that to hold null and void acts lengthy period it was the usage lirar then next following, and
done in neglect of this duty to Kive notice of the meetings o.' i(,fi( another should be chofeti In
would work serious general In- raproaiontattTOg. in part ut least, hfj p!.c
convenience, or injustice to per- bj lu.tuicatlon in the Herald. In- With this case must be corn-
sons who have no control over oVed it would appear that over pared the case of R. v. Ptiiliiw
those entrusted with the duty, this period all those responsible, r 17201 1 Stra. 394 where the
and at the some time woulo o t incorrectly though it may have charter of the borough nrOpi
promote the main object of the been, treated the matter as though awnv old forms and prescribed n
[egislature. It has been tho 'Mission' were synonomous with new method of summoning and
practice to hold such provisions 'representative*', and dealt with election and directed that the
to be directory only, the neglect Bie iv (5> of 1914 as If 11 ap- mayor should hold office pro uiio
of them though punishable, not p].d to meetings of the repre- nnno in'coro tune prorinu*
affecting the validity of tho tentative*. Thus, publication in eo^teilie', then in in these ctr-
arts done.' the Herald of the notice above mmstancos. it was held that 'he
From the above it seems clear became ihe usual method of sum- right of holding over was lahen
to me that the term 'annually' i mon-.ng meetings of the repreaen- aw
mandatory, and it would follow taiives, and according lo the Moreover, in the pre*iu ca*c.
;hat the terms 'for the past year' m.,dr-nce was so recognised. ' annual election of a *"*'
------ imd 'for the ensuing year' hav- i, wu urgue^l for Uie Plaintiffs .Superintendent and ir*.e*..re is
d appear- that In December, |ng ten used, and the first me '.- that after ihe cessation of the made by the icpte-entative.
1948 representatives of the lng of representatives under trie publication of the Christian Mis- the Churches of the Mission. >
fhurehes had been nomina'ed Act having been held in January, jton Herald In 1946. any reaaon-
reeponee to mmmoii by the meeting of repreecntatlves able form of notice was sufficient
letter, there foregathered In the must of necessity take place In to take the place of the usual
l land not only local represents- the month of January. With re- mode. If It were the recognised
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Sl'NDAT Mix 01 Ail
PAC.F II I XI S
YOUNG PEOPLE BUILD SYMPHONY
Mil- .in-. Ir..in Ihi
T> -ll...... Of It!.- SUIttll'IH
oil* ml Atlanta OorgU,
have dcxf-Up.il a ymph.in>
rrhrslra which ranka a anon <
thr leading mastral ersanl-
" "'" In the tailed si,i .
B* HIMFIEO WILKINSON
In four brief season* '.he S>m-
Wimtra of Atlanta, the

uf Georgia, has achtcviil an
-nv.aou- position in muiic tirclcs
In the United States. Although
10 young in years. It i* regarded
us one of the 25 majoi

leading orchestra in Ihi
can Beth.
The present symphony oaTSnaaa>
tra owes il existence to the
Atlanta Riga School Orchestra
which gave Its first concert on
Februaiy B, \\,\j. roday'i.

fesstonul musicians from all over
Hut tho group
-
cians who originally pU
the hlgfa (Mi
.ind now are mature,

original 100001 Orchestra cam*
tin organization ulk-d the
Voiuh Symphony from
Symphony, augmt'iitcd l.v musi-
cians selected from all
.if the UnHad States, became the
Atlanta Symphony Oi
January 1947.
During III past two >casoni this
orchestra has Included on Its con-
i
the Metro) Company
"I Now York, and internationally
known pianists. When the opera
star Rim- St.x
: night of
the 1860-81 season of the Atlanta
orchestra, the lieauti-

front of the stage and said: "I
am going to say lomeUunt: to jrou
i ii..vn toU an audience before.
bat you must Ik- n
pruui ..f such .. wondarrul
orchestra and eta '
lor. riu- popular pi.mist Oaoai
Levant, who appeared with the
orchestra In the spring of 1B50,
showed his appreciation of its
;
on I .seven-city tour
with him thi- follow itu
The majority uf the guest
artists are surprised to find that
with the Atlanta Symphonv
r ->nlv one rehearsal
Orehaatra baton a con
casionally two oi int..- r.-hcars.-il.
inged in advanea, only to
have tho artlat
and third rehearsal unnecessary-
The orchestra itself
i too aftafrnoon, two or
BAM n week, during the
concert -.
n ptofaa
stonaL The refnaining 15 are
outatandlng young musicians who
are happy to be chosen to piny
with ti'ic orchestra for the estper-
lence. As they acquire profM-
ional polish and expei.-
.xroll.
The Atlanta Symphonv Qrchee>
Ira h., recognition at homo. The people
of Atlanta found it hard to
realize thai i rull-tledc-
ed symphoir. orehaatra rather
than an outstanding youl
phony, an slow to
give their financial support to the
aci bit lout undertaking.
In l"t'i combined
orchestra
.
school music In thi- Atlanta
schools, v OX llaghan, with
the help
in i .
Atlanta
Had Dr. Joseph Mnddy
f i'iious National
- Liol Orchestra Camp at
II <-rn State
the first
on February 6. 1939.
Di* M.niiix- returned to Atlanta
each year to conduct the QfchQO
tra In concert, and at one time
ORCHESTRA
-*a- J:a' i
-! ... ... - n
1 jat A. C.''^J
1 f :* a*5V V 1 r
m 'KjgBj
- 4gV > r m
i apprai
WILLIAM ODUM. s high (secondary) acbool student Blayi f.u 1m mother and teacher iiefore bin
sac* on tho coincrt Ugo with the Atlanta Symphony On has become in foar
ranking ymplioiiy orchestra in the M>uthen*trrn part of thr United Btatea and one of the 81 leading Orclie-
Mas In the nation It N composed of prof- -r.l I null number of talented amateur*
from the city'*; nchool*
young women ana men *io had hj] i I
high school. i
remained with Miss Q*Callaghan 1848-50 Sas
but nothing was done about it a* I"
Into. However, talented the onlicstrn was increased b bony b)
young musicians In Atlanta were 51, while the
encouraged by scholarships numbered 35. Five nationally the mualc lo Im* played,
awarded to members of the high km
school orchestra for training at appear In concert with '
Dr. Muddy s summer camp at orchestra during who 1949-50 The chlklran also hear broad-
lnterlochen. M the Atlanta ai hool
Henry S*.pkln. an out a ) Bfhlch m- ,
youth symphony conductor, first Local napapoia, ami elude il the music 4l(
went to Atlanta to conduct tin rlU lha eoncctt- p..
bUgO combined high school in the campaign to keep tho The if "ah
ni 1944. The yOU Ol ' RTt li-Hlgh *^"
people aid v.eii undai hi ol tin- conean I i particularly
Judgment
m irom paae '
I'ravtv v. Foot, and Mil
already Utdkotad, it hi
that an annual election in Jan-
.
uaperattve bi lara
followi thai the i IW>1 to
... m tUa

neitiv i the Puuauati nor lha
' hese cases arc
nation as claim-
ed. 1'his juii i
....
bar 1981 whan h hi
. thai 1
-
i.
both PlaloUlIi and DetandaMiU lo
.-v III. a X :. .
io .,i ,.i>i-.-.: rite lin.ii i
\<+ pie-nounrr.1 on thi
Daveniber xx.:i bt thai I Racotvai
prafarably an
anubhai
i' ap|HHnte>l, t.>
i'...miitTs. and Dannd
..nt-s wilt hm undertaking u-
r'taut intact thai propertv i.f tl
fhtlstidii MiSM 'iiii poaaaarJon, until a proper
f a Oeneia) j
leiidfmr and Tn -urci Ik- held;
rurtlu; 'hat the s.tid Hecelver or
Raoatrt shall, upon such notice
| latter p.nt of the
Decambor, 1*51 as the
01 iiLi.vt eonvaoa i
naetmg to be bald hn tin latter
-irt of January, 1952 of the
i the churchc
>r the Christian Mission, who
shall proceed to eled
Supcrint.inlent and Treasurer
for the year 1952
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TROUBLE
Hero's a medicine made
specialty for it
II yon tuapact that
" something wrong" with i
kidneys it gaoan'
they need a com
Maajierad ksdaeys gm riea to
eaxioos distressing miptiDi
s*cb as backache, ikewnatu
passsti luiibago, franca. bbkOOar
diaorders with """! aad
bormur. The troable starts who
the kidneys grow sJuggiah and
fail to perform thaar aararml
foadioD o( hWpmg to (Utar away
barmfal unpanhaa Iraas the
yabun. Yoa oaa nsahore thaar
eltaJ ocgaos to normal artinty
, by taking D Witts IMla
|| Tbey act dtfactty an the
1 kidneys and yoa will vary
' fnii-klv feel the food they
Ore doana;. Try them tor
your trouble. Go to
youi chaoaat and
get a supply
o*aT
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GUARANTI
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coaditions and tb* ingredients coo-
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KOMMI SOU Mill It I I i

Uon. Mr. Sopkin ami interest.' more than f.n i-
In young musicians, and was very 4.(MX) M."h In kcts arara tOad an outatandlng young student !?" V'-*''* PJV *^1"""' ; M "
much impressed with the work of uilliin I W < I to apear M J^JV^ ,Z ., H iiu
the Atlanta high school boyi and Ural I lUCceaa, and the Atlanta I it Younrf
girls. 0 Ira's future pcoph Concerl ttu paofaa or
Late in 1944 Miss o'faila.' reel thai last) owa their j,-|'<'
enllated the aid of the Atlanta An to their |(i. j
Musk Club iii organising it* orehaatra has been m* tuture 1,4-,
1.phony tirst suggested tin' AtlanUi Symphony OulkL reats artth them. Althoujfh UM >"ts
by Dr. Maddy. Ami under ihe Incorporated an outa^owth oi orehaatra ol toda) is iomimaei of *
Up of the Musk ciui>. ihe group whkfa orlglnall) under- matur< 0* them
Youth Bymi bo id girls who
1,1 iixect is as) 1848 played In the At I Atlanta High mj
i-otiduct its liisi two con '?,
he winter and spring of 194S. Guild was organized, and official- I
1. Club paid the con- t.f n. wromefT Bympl.....> -tche*tr< la HoOeii
ductor'S Oaparuev. and lln... tie credit foi- arouain,; ILonxoii PrOfWBOf 81 Mu-n' ..1
certs wwe free. Capac-iu audl University rgw Hat
1-lauded the work of the then cffortl thi Atlanu
mk voung musicians, in Sentern- phony <> ncertrnaster a synj- ' ^jaiysai .,-.,,
her 1945, the Music Club tiinl. on with no indebted- poi.uv 111 tin lt*S bul *>*-*-**
pktn'i lalary for a full >. nnd with funds In the hank. Condu
month. with fOUX COSKOTtl tna Young Peoples C
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labour Do>s Not
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01 Electors Asso<'.
BARROW

Says TOPPIN
iu\vint of stum- .
hi was
in progress, did not prevent the large crowd who attended
the meeting from listening to ihi
n to the II' u
- for -St Mil
uvem th.-
talking abou'
*aid (hat Mi
Do rhinn foi

nost h.ir-t
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iind Bald,
terns like hutti
th* Island in skillets."
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i'Ah:
I J ri'U-d Nations |
' "1-y lo begin
viudy of the West's disarmam
m Monday ,i
on
i r.

Association^
MUtgeilca
a-bite, red
known Mr.j
when he a*ut.prove the .social condlti

..r .hrec paVpM
M.
Preai
: safe
loripin for wv

thiit there we. no bni-
Toppin. He would ask then, to
iVEaU1 f,,r h.......' u-
Air Toppin ^s a m.n i
He deserves ., rhiince.
oeaarvee a seat m the Hoti
Attembly vu
than elect Mr. Toysan
Uay, snid Mr. M
Mr. Topp|n first p. i
T Wand, an
Wh.n ha* th* Labour OovwvM
tone far you |R i
re-specl ined

ien through !) mtjhod ,.] 1>;:,
. i an tell you, althougii
you are no doubt alrv..
i

>i an n compere wttti tfio
tni w
Mr. Partara .,. Mi W;',.
lOr ind others
In the operation
grouping, your child
.il Eii i-
->t 'ours-in >
k w Barrva -aid that
there were some people **to were
...inj< that the Electors Associa-
tion stood foi all that the Bartw-
doa Uibour Party stands for. If
that was so I would gei
.V K. Toppin | l'tfim and would not ask
Vl favour ^f the I-ahour |^,n
rt". he aid The meeting Was vM,
neld by the Barbados Labour
I'arty in wpport of the caruli.! addW.-
fl F E Milk. .,xim. who
ol the parish of votlni. (or lhc r,, Urm. Bnd .
"*** through
lit told the people that th. anvasser*
rare ..! tha pitiful sland-
llvlngj in llie ikland l<-' ---------------------------
laanded themselves behind
A.tatt.s ana ware abU- to
achieve whet they hav. -
u. da not stand for the proni-
i i the Electors A.---
i c said. Tneae promise
the depravit
. .
v tete vote of the people.
He said that the Electees Asso-
katkm hat no peUey (
I i,t were trying to .teal the policy
of the Barbados Labour Party.
i

that the Barbados Labour
' or.
ild not
. indVJatej
Police Kami
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o add i
The If
I

labourers who era
night and
ii ItntUli I d|k lack '
I
ni would now have to pay
I
taken and put
form completely
lepeoitj
ot ev-
il often foi
standard or
nut ' his
In eoiijiini-tion with age-
.!i>|| W.U.
brosjshl in. hi regard to this, if
youf Child i- not bright and docs
not reecn >i certain form ei
is kicked out ol
school, possibly to become a
loafer or a DldBBBM In oik lunu
or another. H,. ilrnic I Un-
ity "f getting thv edUCO |
bOf) he deserves. Beefy hiltj
efaoler.
No Interest
"ll the Labour Ooeemmenl hei
ii-st in you, they woul
lutvm instiiuied technical school: ^
lo which the chlldrrii v.ln> ere
not bright wttn the
They would And that evrry elec-
I iike ;,, Uon time people who call them-
.inrlloncers would come lo ..
I tiv !.. eerry ihem back 4'
to the daya of slavery.
When *e Barbados Labour
Ml their Labour Day the
i t.:i Association held their ,
llucranecr Dv. He -.aid thai thev '
thing but ii bunch Of b
laem and auctioneers
l>i\hone-l
i an aeld, and before f*
iis election is over ll will be
.id lime and tune again that
labour and capital mutt go
toiftther." He said that thv pel
tbeletaw *m making ihla suite-
meM was dishonest. A man who
i lapitulist does not have to
ft l>cd in the morning
ijevaus*' he has the labourer to do
k for him.
ow pointed out that tho
i!:irbad< worfcei Uaaoe en
' stage a fight in order tha'
Jj* Your Real Life Told Free
lkmkI WoiiU) v-iii Hkr to snow wlihuut anr
roM wMI UM Slon iiki..
al your p*i w|*nrm>, your Ui> *
instead or a flour bag shirt. *r.k rh.i-. wt "
He said that then- arare pfl >pl' to wrt rnztt tha s
who owned plantations who diii '."^"'J,,
not know which end of the hoe had
to be used to dig a cane note
rhea did not buner t]
to karri. And now tha
Kolng around spreading erop*"
ganda that labour and capital
mutt go together.
I.mil; ration

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" arc i
Bay S

*hat ol ,)ie people would get
Not onlv
nough
iC.li to put
their children
Men would
Ml t|
I
.-jpl
subjfci M the etting M;,,r
up oi ry a lodu W unu to live but
.' of rlrrtfipj
.ng the tact
bad ucen vary

I .ire how
i.in\ DC*! tnoMiiii". vvi- lurva,
mool abeorb tha
ados that
. afon '
! I
nosi thing in OUI mind
Iblc to
I e' out people, Whal '
up. eotiM enter and u-arn la rtj area if Mi l>rwdln|
motor i. Itoi on through which am will be ebla went away and did net coma
and things like that, in that cegi Deck. If thaa emee feing to give
they would be ol great bialp not eo .. vote to Mr. Dowwng and |iye
only to baut to the Mr. TO] thl Otfttf to either himself or Mr
community in general. Miller it was r
Referring to the harbour scheme, lrtai be had alwi k home, if they
now said that the hest
thing that could happen to
linn laevlng
.. going to do " i***1*
Mr. Toppin raid that In the f\n ut of them. As tha* they had better not vote. Mr
case this woiuM need Adama twi 0g^.1iMn"ni,t*2 rn
i ii'.|>loying a large number <>f ths'ii t:
unaenployed, and In lha next ll net ng oolj on Labour unioi
would help lo
Uie coming hen blp Ending, Ml Toppin told hi:
winch foi I am going to leave the
i go, al tha p'" i Thhj
to anaure ragfttlar hei you think best.
employment. Wi. .
id.".' yen, an
mi < i know
i
He could not see that lhc
establishment of a deep aretei
harbour could In
work on the waterlront an some
were Inclined to think
"We hear the last JUDlOl
tor St. Michael saying thai the
big guns want a <>
harbour because the llgblennen
are squeezing them. But who do
you believe are getllnr. BQW l I
It is you and I who gntung lha
squeeze. When the Ugjhti
strike and call tor a doll.o pal
trip more, this is absorbed In OUI
ilothes, food etc. It is you and 1
who have to furnish Qm amount
eventually through thn things wc
must buy.
t|ueer!
A queer thing was that the same
night Mr. Lewis was RUsMi
statement In Nelson Street
the harbour scheme. Dr. Cum*
mins in Si. Thomas was saying
that there was bound to be a
harbour.
"Another queer Ihlni an
Mr. Lewh in tha Beacon
paper had do*cnbed the mi
nf the neetora AaeoclaUoe
uiamlesto of hypocrisy, while Ml
Adams had salii that it was a line
document which bad
from them. One d
how lo reconcile these contra thai
Statements.
1 am convinced that the people
of Barbados are sufficiently
educated and sufficiently inteUt-
il not lo return nlt-wlU to
the House of Assembly. I know
dntes lo St. George and he wanted
. mi moIp to vote for both.
I that he did not want
them to plump him. He wanted
them to split their vote l*-lwe*n
111 Miller,
Ii,. naott speaker, Mr. Cameron
l d :>aid that the Electors
ai not a polltlm'
parly. TJicv think they are but
re not."
He raid: "We are I
mattei- We are asking you to
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r.|,.Hr.l fin lh* I
holiday TOlh We repair the c.,.t Wllh
M ih.-. Mun Bsnaari Dm Dt i i in a
pair Service. Upper Hml '
ihe Telieiruwlr
street, btk"
ll 11 SI 4:
GOVERNMENT NOTHI
TUF. Old A PltUtoQ Ennui r;
O0nr fix the > of s;. U .
will hold his odfcf b) Uk
Pom Office on Mondays an.
.- fnn 9.00 o.m. to 1
th cfTctt from Mi
iwiii ..i Novel ber, IBM.
\OTMI
Civic Friendly Society
Scholartiiipi
AlVLICATIONB m inyltod
inr two or more BrholanblM
ttfTrrrd by the mfinbe of Thr
Clvi HVlfato Prlendly Bo-tPt>
U'ltlnnlng IBM to uny iecoiid
gn4* school in Ihr island TMh
Mhoiurship* an- opened U) mew
x'ts oc the ihlliiii'ii (boys and
nirla) of members in MNlMMd
clrounutai ibovenemed
oealty between the tf
I
be ftwari Mlltl <( Jii
examination.
Form of ppttcetaOn on be had
,,: tin' Sli.-.v's (MUrc, Swan and
Hi(h Street*, and ihould be re-
I v 4 p m on Saturday
2fh November, 1B3I
J W MAYNARD.
Secretary. Scholarship
Committee.
Su.m and High Streets.
18 II SI In.
FURNISH
TO HaVaVM YOt K PAW 1
AND YOl It PVRM
* *
iob. V.nlllM. .implrr Buimui
|U up. Hd*t. H-*rt. Ciadlr.
W,n,i-h. '"
Tib A Hu-h run.....m- Tab.r. IM
run Jr ratify uaa~
wanna. Trol-
!China. Bri1n*uit| Ar Kltonm
Gabtrarta.
Un-

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All Kord ITrfc-l liouu nlkM < nidi
4M5
II 11 SI- i .
' IT CAR. Covai. ,

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|M.ca> < [)|B) 4411)
.1 ...NdUU.F
won nuMi ..;<
>v Mini to* *> and d'lven lo l*e apprc
elMai Ai'i'i> CauiWai fltiaMi Tw
(rdlgrrr trial and I'll I porUcuUrt
h m auM iit.M
1 II..H.-.I Ti
Can br at
' txcepl Surw.
I si -m
-erf. ft .
BLKCTHM AX
al WW' Ul.I Jill I) f ABfi
Th* Only Han wtaft O
A1tracti\e FirH-Fi, wim A
tol. ValuM .
M-lvva AT It'K'KI "i
room rlntiffiM* iKo( Old and T-irtly
b-v.M, V-. -^ In. M-.l I--.1-.,. |

AT GOVFHNM.Ar ii:i.i A tMCIOUBl
I
.cm. Good IBOlM m| f
Dairy Convmlanm. A .'traaor.
al.la CHIer Can Ruy It
IN NCI-SON RT. By tri II,.
Cr between Hie 'it r.
Vwi'.r Undar ilja-r
.. | '1 I- ....! .
-nc*. (-.it ,........ .
Club I'FTW NELSON ST.. A 3
BWdronm Cottagr. ConvanlMVMi .bout
1M0 aq II i..iri( Under fmM AT
LOWER MASON HALL r.T A .1
Colia* Convmirnrr*. ovm-
g Undrr KI.4S0 By
witrrr. park a 3 uoi ...
Parti* 5l Garag*. Going uiidor < 1 >M BY
...
Btdioom 11 Inclt l>'
a'l Modern CorwmlPiMea about ll.OH aq
Q 1 Cl |M
I.*. TL'1H>R ST; A Largo SIMM Built
T BMP I I H 1 !! .. IF. -.
oVnco. all C Can Buy It AT LOWER HA'.
A Soaiide 1 llodromn Stone Built On*
1
. r ||
AT HASTTNaS MAIN
.
->.,.. djMMl New fjMM 1'"'". The
IJt'iel Partly Htotio lluil! In A I Condi-
. . 1100 00 pi
OIBRA1 -. \
I. nnd June
Ml Aui.|. Mr. E H
Dm! 9VUO
G4 )\ KRNMKM NOTICES
PART ONE ORDERS
r Na ta
Mill ill
Ml
I liW*M)
> a e c
Saatlm*. I M III '>er. 1MI
Bl is.,i |BMI .
w*( Hi* N'.v.rr I-
r.tRABI* TltlM
.II 1*1 BJe
eaanand M In* Bawhi
iraday l:
IMr-,f3
I Men..
11 mi
TI..

DMI MM
INFBAIiril A \
I :
horn* lor Hhrumaturn ete Dial 3Ji D;
CoaU A Co Ltd EkHtnral Daml
RrCORIl rilANUEIt lAni

M1 Corner Jamr* Pool
IR II Si In
WINI1 CIIAIXirn Tel.e 1^ V..II
phW -iih to loot tow*, and I pro-
har Dial ir.B
MCoalo A Co Ltd BMrinral D*pt
ii ii si an
FURNITURE
'hMprat him-* In town
lifch ! ou >
! II 81 In
ruBNrruRE rar Mmi onve rumi
tore, rail .1 K..lph Beard'a Loiaar B>;
-tr..t. -her* t.e ha. De-
iafi
IB ll S| in
I
ii.iy StiMi
ia n m h
I.IVKNTIM'K
Ml ' M U 1 SI 2r
A abod a.,pply of ||rrul*.
nth arid viUi^m u>n
bM CMh piL.i Dial 4M1
^'a i:. II SI i.,
.I.iat arrived
r, .
POULTRY
>rd*ra by piM I
MIS! i.i.I.ANMIUS
dMcrtplioi
1
fjrlv I.,.ok.. Mapa. Auto
'in Antique Snot
J 10 V.
1-HHTK CllTTIJN (HNtlHAM In >i>
ngnt daotgi,. :m .(,- uauall H -' n
,..d. rod.i'.. i> ti. W.Hneaany to :
- - .
ia ti si -i.
Dot is \ dolls hoi -> i
IH It complete- *llh furnltui* ami
le.1.1.- I.ight> Apph "lloll^wonil
Il.tlirqM
11 II II- I
i Al>.) nmhnv.i| Tree* .t 1/. each
It tail Apply Kin J H. Wilhi.ih.i-.
i' m ii II in
OH XMAt TRRRB. TV.,, and lUlMon.
i: in Heard. Ouar* I. a Urge
. i.unable price*
ia II II I
I
11 II I
INDIAN SANDAI.K IV-olilul am
alturnil Indian Leather S.
die They aro ao uneommnF
tut TIIANI Bro. IT W, Mi St
IS II I 4>
IcJi It Iiigh AppiosimaUly jno ft
SBf ataii M n ll si
Me lor Almo.t Anithug In Hi
-U I CBul Who Will- Call al "Oil*.
11 Itniiiiaa ia ii ai- i.
DriO'NTt'Ka-S Def>.1urra. Mar
n Hotel ilMI. I.i.l Flirti i
ira. apply Wn, l"0frtr ri '
lailll If ii
i t ,i ,. ., i, ..
nd ahlngle
-h*.l JO : I J palling W 1.
H1..-.1 .t. Hill Rratunable

CO. LTD IT llll- In
Dear Fvtoodi Why not I I
are my luting. '
wide aaaortrnent of proi'i'
I *ninii
Tweed. Ule
Road (' Pn-p-rti if
Wain Road, witn MlM
il. Property: Marahylllr. along
Bank Hall main mad. all -rjxlern
ll
wtnaNowi, aide vrnndnh. .un-sh4>>.
i.ii room, bedroom with Imiu
i.....t in n.....n>. ?
A-l rondlllan lorale.1 Ii
especially renMiiiru'dc.
Mum. And M*i
i > and "...I
rraannil. I i.ou
pnt. ISII M Pt. at IBc Wllb
ratei .....ond -i. i v mam i
tum I I" "call A.
I
B009EVILT. Mneili Coaat Bood '
rully riirnuhed Mel i
letrphrne Phon* 1XM
II 11 M-t f r.

rill fW Bain llrown Bell, an.1
ol thia p-t-1- -" Will be
a sav parad* Uf nil vutawaMwra who i-..,' q ahrted lor pat under arrange
menu to be r
l Si-l 'I Mm- Ol HI II 11-
The pioaent.',.i. of Medal, will ta** place mi Tlmradar **
MM rui...
him
oaaH
i be held
IBB la) i BBl
- GwdOM, Haatli.g
i 4 bedrooini. I.rg* dr.iw.in,
i dining room. Uttinfl room. two.
i. Iii. Garage Phone
PI'IM.M- MM U IS
-ill |
irade Wit
Boas
lay 11 Kov II.
r II. The-y
NOTKS
I \ltl-M III -I .mi:
Appllralion. Itir ln> (.ii of Hewf Nufr
r.. thr Alni.houar wn be I I
.iderx.
It.er.nt. will paradr lor tra
.,11111 t ..... > I I.
I NOV. II.
Orderly Officer Urul E R. Onddard
tl'derl) Serleant M Sjt H- M '
v..I for dal,
Orderls (flior Lieu! T A Gltten.
Or-Jg-rly Serlrai i -"I Si' Boh
TNI iv,,-.
D SKEWED COX. Maim
I.OXJ Adlutaiv
Th* Barbu.1. Regim-Fr
Vler. ,
Kaa
na MRU
'- win lie inistvleanri b> ike
Ika Aluuhouae on
llt A Mil, Bitail the hatirj of ) .d 4
'
-....

if win be medic
ror further parUeuiMi jpplF to ti.
a* f QiiardMna al U,-
- G S CORB1N.
P -.1 |d"J (..,iui..-
St Peler
r"
I M li
NOTICK
PSKI1II Off ST PETEB
All per ,., are "inM that iheu Tan-
nut lo the abo\e P.r,^ MUM b* paid i. .

O S CiHIIIN

IT II M In
HAMIII
IIKI.P
I.MUIIPUI adoi. by tmrt K J
I I ,., I- 0 B~, .1
MISCKI.I.ANKODS
n^ra
AUCTION
UNUKR T1IK SIIAKK
ii \mmi i;
ON TUERDAY Nttt BO BCttWI "l I I
>..,,..' !
I A ClartM -e will m>II |M I
..I Halm.,..i m. ChrUl Church, wnlcn
i.L.dra W...g.in, Ifpnghl Chain. H.-k-
in Wotk Tabiaa. MT
| 1 , L..UI.II..-.1
ll^..llr>g I-
. ...
i Upnrila
!-.!, a. iimi tl-h Mird. Sideboard
..nd Dlnint I
Varandah. Chalia. Mahog i
v*l Queen Anne Te.i BWTVk
, >l P.rV, Tra>. r D
.. Ota.. Ware. Dlnn-r mid T4J Ser-
Mnigle Bi-.l.tr-.d wMh
'nno Spring DrrMlng Tjblr, MT
WgahaUnd. Hand palnlrd Serean. Bhi.
d C-he.t ..I Ih-awaT*. all In MatW-
Mli

IMII
llip aid Koiir.il
Slo^e 2 BUI ......
H i Hal Zinc i |
Ice ll-n. K.i. i l-.rder.. Fair
M. . -,.-
. i.
A Rugr* l -t- spring Han
sale ii so ... I.,. Ian Baas
tlKANKm TKOTMAN & CO.
Aurtl.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
OH TiiritHDAV laid by order at M
A llamll fSMtk wg -ill Mil the Piinllui
Vans ;i-.i,h Coui
which In*Hide
. nd Ann Chair. Sideboard. Ten T.nllo
uiflo' Table. Uook.hrlf all modern an
Plat To|' D.k Ruah rV.lini
nd Chair.. Tint I* Table. I
, '.intrd. and Bad. DriMlni
..i Dtawaei '
, ,1. Preaa. Uo-Cnil
mar, Chair, l-t.l.i- Kitchen Tab..

i
Sale 1146 r*MBR TSrrrM < a.h
BIANKJ.R, TKOTMAN aV CO.
tadloneer.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
in Hat
Ihning
71 I

L. S. WILSON
SPIIY ST.
DIAL .'
;: lows riaiVft'ii! :
I Ammiili'iii Toothpaste ;,
(ompelilinn
J FIKSl I'RIZE $50.00
*; Stl OM) l'KIZK S15.0B
Jt T1IIR11 Plll/i: % 5.00
x U) U VOI |U *.
fl III.nil :
tnident
TOOTIIfAsTE because_____
and send in ywur entry with
a flattt'r.cd AMMIllrNT
toothp;islc box to K. It.
Runta f* Cu.. Ltd.
You can Btnd In any num-
ber i.( ti entry
mil-' i i by un
AMHIDENT toothpabte box.
Entries will be judged on
their ability
lallties of AM-
miihn i Tho
three winning entries and
the name* of winneri will
be published In the local
aewipspers. Competition
ends December, 1851.
Pa*J.....no Ensllah Ptai,o ta ;.'-
,,.. awna Apply to Daniel.
Depot. N.. *4 Ttidnr S*
ia n 11
UPS A IAUCSKS Drink
OlMaea. duet Sela and a hoot ol
i in... f , iv.Ht THANl Broa Dial MO-
II II II 4
SAdUNG YAt.ll IT igrWr li.krta *
'oThr -MOO, Mch Apl> JoMigo
., ."...ad,-- Beach Club

I No. 1 Aberg-ldl* rial
-I.I. h i.
Uptight and Arm Chair*
... Buftet. Wagann Iks*
1 ,l.riH- -II In Mnhogali. Ola.. Wai-
ilver and Plated War* In Tra and Coftr-
aaag. T
bowl* Ac., tienulnr Etch:__
i ul.HH. Tupeitry*. Slug I e Mahogany
lled.teaa.. Hpringa and Be-1
T-ble. Dnwei. riwit ..I Dr.i-.m M..*q
Net*. Oarden h.inilture. I
I cketi WntlnghouM
ajMaffta Wa.hlog Maehlne and nthn
ItOBM
Sal* 1IJ.I ...I.Hk T.ru
llRWklR TKOTMAN ft CO
ia n si an
TOPNADO 1iilertia1lon.il K 41 He.uti
TAHIX STf>VEH JuH what 70U h-ve
I lor. (m, *4 31 up Dliil .aII
'. r.-ta A Co Electrical Dept
i
mi.g. Liquid \ i
.
r-wk-iiii AiilnnuilH-Tlller-Ciownrr ihp

1
Bna> issi
'AIXF.I. Phnr,r JMI. Sun fVniando.
II 11 II i ', JO leel long. TI it W |1
BOOM 4 Draught C
***n at Whiti
I ILsllftiii
-. .1
I II
Mle Hail
Hear the Facts Yourself
Than be toe Judge
Aftrad thr
POLITICAL
MEETING
ST I'HII.ll' ROYS' SCHOOL
Church VIUnRe
D NY NOV. 20th
at 7 i
in support "f tfc
lures ol
W A CRAWFORD 4
JAMES C M0TTLBY

Pai
Assembly.
18. 11
.>r t. CwSiing ilp
IQlifS Younger
cauaaU Li i.
I
.
f. .Irnur and li U" th
.....-I -.
I i matter how long you h.. 11
B^" ll goaratilrcd to ..
> .mi Proitale Oland aaal m.M I
*ou lael 19 to 10 year* y ung.r er rrwtiay
r-ick OM BMaoa lioin jouf ah mkn, Th*
v Braaua protect* jo
B*K -i iiut\Msnir oiifr
Two more free arhoUrihipa
I ..n award ..( hooka ami
* r. win be
..-..iiled. Mir lo a ftri ttll> oth.r
io a b..-. .. .. .. ,it of an
.mlnalloo 1.. bo held on Batur-
lay lit pMjBliibei .1 I'M
Candidate, who will li te.ted
In EnglkUi. Aillhn.lK gnd
lieiiei.. Knowlr.l.- ,. .it .ubmlt
MM Ihi
""run! I I
Ui. ml .1 whom Iharn
ir airoggt' ovat nti. air mad*
. u
..I Hi* Cam ml., loner of i*nllco who
hn* kind), liiwn iirrrtiiHiofi for a
H drawing which '
ii- the r
1 A LYWCH
l.la.Ul.g
HQ < )' -tat.d grid taken on .tiervgth of
M wef U N..v l.
no CB9 OtaaMa] 1 raaaraW P Leave waf
MID SKEWl-'s-criX Mg]..r.
SiiLF. A AdluUnl.
The fMibarto* Regtmeol
>......
All Member, anil Honorary Member, ol the OBIear.' Mm aiw asked tn not*
thai m view u( the Poopy Dai-re on BablMa* UM 1411. Novambar 41. than*
w.li (a MM Mag* MaatliM dtiruM " i
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE
Commercial t lasses
Shoithiind-Typmg course, tu be held ix\ Combermere School,
commencing in January 1952.
(b) There is .1 limited number of vwanctes. for the Senior Short-
hand-Typing rauraa Applications will only be considered
from those who hold Pitman's Theory Certificate or its
equivalent In Shorthand, and an LX.C Elementary Certifi-
cate or its Equivalent in TypewilUasjL
(c) Two lessons u week in Shorthand, two In Typewriting, and
one in English, each of one hour's duration will be given
between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednes-
days and Thursdnys Students may take all three fiubjectt,
but llmsf srho Like Shurthund will be expected to take type-
wniim; and vice versa.
(d) Applicant* must be over 15 years of age on 1st January. IB52.
let As s guarantee that the minimum educational standard has
been reached, applicant.* for the beginners class who do not
hold .1 School Cci'lillca'.i- ui equivalent qualification mUffl
supply a certificate from Ihe Head of a School statin
the school course up to Ihe age of 14 + has been satisfaclonly
completed, rrcfciciii'i' for admission will 111 general lie gov-
erned by the standard ot nttainrr.ent in Kngli^h. to be deter-
mined by a test.
(f> A fee of $5.00 per term payable during the firs, week of the
term cnveri all the sublet t Mir; of the lees pain will be
refundcl .ii (he end of a session to all students who haw.
in Ihe Opinion ol Hie PrUKlpoJ, Deiin and lecturers, workfpd
satisfactorily and allcnded legularly and punctually.
t| books as required by the Le,:.
(h) Al>pUcanil must obtain from the office of the Department of
Educnti n forms, which muat be llllaxl In and
'iii 10 tlir l>can of Commercial Studies, the Barbados
Evening In-'ifiite :,i ihe oAVe of the Department not later
(ban Saturday. Mth KOTSjmber. Applicants must state on
arc applying for the beginnrrs or the
No application., received nfler the 24th
November will be tonrtidc ed.
Department of Education,
33r October, IBM,________________________________17.ll.51-i.
Mop. a d*. odi,
rllent bringing ,n other 2*
rllenl wo will do Ihe lw.. f. |
for SI" 1",
will be
KErFEElDiimiiiTutS!

mL
S&ZM
j tulM.I OF SORROW I
: will be held on Bund., nel |
NOVEMBEB ffil IMI \ 1
Ii, 1 ivrsi V ( >MIT 1..:"-, 0
No 3311. (1 U O. UddfelKiWH C |
it Ih.lr ledge Roam Hay Hirer! N i
Bra JONATBAX VABBK
Membergtof Pratpm.l l'vlgr> i
Irtend. arc united
, ,.,n Book* will bo uaed
POLITICAL
MEETING
will be held in
LUiHTKOOT'S CROSS
LANK
al 8.30 O'llock
TO-NIGHT
Sunday, November IS
In support of the
candidature ol
MR. VICTOR W. CHASr
as a member for the City
-if Hriiltetuwn in ItM
House of Assembly
Chninnun:
Mr. J. W. Hewilt
S|M>akrrs:
Mr. Gruvilb Koairr
Mr I red O.iddiird
Mr Mulrolin
Mi Victor CIi.im-
;U (j OtaaOTIi
LIFE
NSURANCE for
Wrder Voriety of Plans now Available
through Manufacturers Life
Ton years ago the Manufacturers Life pioneered the
uuurihjE of tho lives ot cniitroll.sl l)i.il>rtlcs. Our
years of eiTierienoe with ihe bMnaTanoi ol Pubctics
now makes it jiosslbli.' tn 060I them a wider variety of
insur.ititv contractv.
Consult the Maaaifaebji
your community ha lurlhe
fat this speciul field.
- 1 il. ri-;ii'..-Tit,itive in
liil.uU on Life Instiraocsj
">
MANUFACTURERS
LIFE
INIIMIANCI
COH PA N V
f(.ifc/iiWiif;;:
IC'U-.TO
MM Of net
Consult
I'ETER De VERTEVILLE, Clucj Rej
CLYDE WALCOTT,
W S. MONROE & m LTD.
P
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NF.11ERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
sAtiiNi. raoa iraorr
'I s aTSNTOR -Ji-l Not IMI
B s COTTK'A 3nm N01 IMI
SSH.ISKI TO 11 1 1..1 111 A>||
AUtaTIBOAM
m OBANJESTABth Dec IMI
SAILING TO PAI!*M*KIKO AMI
nmnH oiiana
M s hTKNTOB t.1 h Dec IMI
-VIIIM, 10 n isii. 11. ! .1 1 vi n ..
AND BRITISH 1)1 IANA
s BONAIRE llh Nov ISII
SB COTTH A -Itlh Dec ISSI
S P Mt'SSOS'. SON A CO I 11.
1-, -.*,'.'.'.;: -* APIHSFE wiil ,
Th* M V '(.
. \
n .rat. V
H. sullng J
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nailing tn niitlll.-d
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( an*l(ri*e T rl* No Ml) \
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Canadian National Steamships
BOt'TBBOl Mi
"CAN CHALlJWtlEK'
-LADV ItODNK-Y"
"CAN CuNSTBl'CTOR "
-LADY NELSON
Maaltr.l
SU O.
V No.
14 Kov
at Ni-i
Bm m Nov
I Ire
De.' 10 Dec
MOBTBBOt Nil
Arrlee* Ball*
Barbada* Batbada.
a No.
a i>.
y An
Si. into*.
11 n<.v
IB Dec
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.AgenU.
TO-DAYS fflWSflifflf
1111 VI I is
b/IuI .. that
l 1 on ;iir'' feel.
HATS, t IPS, AMI ALL
TIlK MINI L l HI
for your party.
uiMmvv CiLASS
by the 1..1 lo:id
rtngj opened by
JOHNB0N*8 >IM10NERY
and IIAltmVXKF
REALTORS LIMITED
REAL ESTATE
AGENTS
FOR SALE
ni M.\in"
Partly lon* and lalh P
lltujiled al B.*' Ch. Ch
11n.ru .1 it. Iroa* DeaaaM
Dsmng Boom. Toiirl and Bain.
Kilch*-i and rpaclona Verandah
land
HUtrly
1 i......M Ui M. M
Very attractively designed. IHu-
aled at Kat
cm.orl.ing 3 Bedroom, with built-
In CUfaboarda. Drawing A inning
Rn. T-Mlel A Bath. Kitchen and
Mrs* Verandah with Oatige ]
9en.inla Bo-ni. A Servants Toilet
and Balh St.ndlng on |,|,i.,il-
7t
.1 SI Kl ~l
MM lti-.ee. 1 e-l.-kini: Hie

aacUni a lovai kn> down the


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-1 11 '1 V, |
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,lle( ,1 ||.I': Under Houm^
lit i ia* ...'
or. SHandlna ' ap|.ro*.
B.fBo -i n ..I lasai p
im at atu.
......- H- m
-led al M ..-en ca Ok
i>n 41ml -a il, .- | Bag ng Bik.ii, onrna, Drawing Kitchen Ftlea
I IIHI -TOM m M0 J ow
f aeaoBMHaUnrraca.
.. B in.. 2 with

in CUpboordi ii .i. To Ii nd
Balh. Dinn ,
Verandah and Patio. S BrnnnU
BMOBM BsU gfj 4 Toll.
Bath aa
-'andlng- i
"
lftZ Eoebuik st
Thone 4900


-! \ll\\ Mi\ I -Mil K If, |J5I
-1 MIAV ADVOCATE
I'U.I I II 111 s
B.B.C Rail it >
Notes
Tuo work* b> N*rl toward
Mag) jita] VUy tirojgV,.! h>
B.B.C
In the coming week inc BBC.
taagg two i Noel Cow -
nry, 'Thi
( Mrs. Radclifra'an,. th
. n ,>u\. Prtvatg i v
' illuni study of .1
smug, narrow minded womai.
whc. unhappily for those around
her. knew how to do h. .
lends Itself well lo irmatis*i:on
nnd on Tuesday newt, at M.I it in
Mar thai adaixallott (<>
l I Ann Mephenson
1 Uvgftf 1, probably wHI
known i.i \iuui very cunningly
hilly o>.iiruf'U*d play .f
Noel Coward*! rarly period. The
delightfully subtle and amusing
play 111 whu d ., Muiband and wife
who have divorod and NBMnied
llnd themselves -pending their see-
H the aggM hotol

1 hia beat though it m
Itrst produced twenty-one years
nd Hugh
" lead in till* radio
adaptation which will u- broad-
Kjdut Tlnaufa'
MB. :u*l .it th*
regular tune of H 30 p m
rScapr KriHB ihe The Iron
Curtain
On Tuesday next luli-fier* 1.1
the BBCS Uenn.il Ovnaeaa Ser-
vice win hear Fugiii
behind in.- Iron Curtain u talk
about Orax by c P. >( GoBjn
1 e, I i-rreapofHU-nt of the
!!* I'jper. the
"Observer.' racenfly 1
o$\ (rontiai ol :
,' V.I.-' I !...
frontier and Communist Hungary
Iht rr 1- only n narrow
the Russian /.one of Auatl
iicinv rugltraaa from Hungary
cross this strip to safety and the
British. The talk will be on th-.
1 IS pm. on Wednesday.
21st inst.
Acrov. the S;iht.a by Car
Michael Hoss and seme com-
panions roC nth made 11 Journey
I
Ih to make drawings of
the people of the de%en In
t. Ik in the Hl.fs (;.() S. OB Mon-
moiiihn mm iir>n \ 1
CHLRGII
SERVICES
BT PAl'l S tSB am 1
' I m. Bur* Via ana ,- -
*> School. ISP in C.*n-
i-mat ton Th* .Ri it-
: pm loliiwn Iwni|.
-.ma-. .<, --, rwMiu
mimowi-t
Welches Post Office Opens To-morrow
KrA
aekei
11.,
Mi- r amn.
VI 1 ; , ., M
TIwbiM. tpm Mr C. Brail!*-.!.
, 1 -
U A K TnaniH. 1 p * Mr
l*Ko\ ii rNCl 11 m Mr
C B>M
I .' Ml V. 1 m Mr H
T I m Krv M A r TtUNI.
'rs erttrFr it m a**
r.. r
PAYNES BAV ft-SB a m
.-
WiMTFUAIJ ' 41 jh. Mr
mi o uapMi
III MrWIHlAl II am
F. O rU*r
WN p m p
< *mUi.ln.
I> |at|
B UK HAU. i-iolNi I
The Watches Port Cdj
I] been bUill
.:.-'
Mil almost
lams. 1. has a
wiue m arkli
!>uyeia. nn queue up to n*l thru'
:.ii |
ll i* rxpcU- . ill llnd il more
Hr.inih
1'ov Office than I

'.i :
CwTiaglai Viii:.ge. Oaa
Hill and '
Ko.il
-.ud yertarJay. "there ore so many
people about this dutrlrt atsM Wsll
: rid il mi.
t iy stamps (mm here than to g
r i tnwii that i know the buiio-
ma of Bua Poal <>m- will not b
i failure"
A-omen nnd men "i Ui
a, ariag tie1.
. Iiap,n to hear lha!
. ii have far to go to get then
"It ean be a areary aagj waBrj
king a mile and a half
to town and a Basil
lid wom.ii; Bg]
yoti kiui'.-
P get i'r.
ASH IN ST. LUCY S
PARISH CHURCH
C 0*N*ale. Vi
... ^t IMOf, will .. k the Vrstr.
at toeir ne\-
(I* Churewwanktti
i agatt wheth**-
Patrttatd wktch Is near the partai
i Rectory, shower* ash
nd Cg uses in-
hui'chgoers -asl
iihers and damages the buildings.
..ale a ill enquire whU
steps tho Chiirchw.iro.-n ill t.k-
, so.
a tntn-Brtni rrom Ukff
'.
aware that tfiere Is grave iiicoo-
..f Ihf
who consider II nega
part of the Veatn tr
Dg the |.aroehi:il builoV
'rder.
M.. *.
ni*nir."i' <
BABBADOg BAKFRIKH l,Tr> oi wliuh M. Edwin Zouhertn la
Managing Diicctor tad | nun opened during U>* weak
with tn Mem mwtern agl N"** aksktag]
Scout And Guide Notes
-I l ll.S Ml.. ( Nl *1 II
. MBKIt IS. |>l
il Clmtal Kharw I
nil and AJJrrr. Ham Mallns
rniaan I |l
I I BO* It.i.
HaU. Rural,! 11 ..
L X Hi.*.. Ip> It.-I |-v..
F^SIWrlHt B."l. a*V I
-I ' 1.1 l Ml II
TUtNtTV XXVI
'; sm Matin* anal Lilanv Ran.
Maaa. Iia *.* Maaa .1.4 -*m-.n
.' p m i I p in Child
llama. Tpm
.-in and Sviaiiaii
Dbtekl Kallv Hld \i Pn
inn
Li S...UI lleadquorters js aoon ns
pomiitlc The exhiblU v. ill be
Old :m,t prueeeds donated to thf
Hirnt
I iiiiIh in \i|v \ ( r.,11-
rM.ihilion
is also been
tyfll bg an
at the Jamboree
On WedneMluy. .gfll Noven.t. i
Miss I'embcrtor's District {2
met at Pax Hill. The c.mp.in .
were In Rangers, 1st ami lu)
any next ho blurts when they had Guides (Queen'.' Coltggjg), 2mt
reached the country of the Hoggar. Guides the home of Ihc Touareg. the (itiidei tSt. Patrick), l-t. tod
Milr-d men of the desert. Trie and 31rd Brownie Packs \
women, unlike the men, urc not also there with the Comi linaj the
veiled, but wear over their head- for Brownies. Mfg. J. Skiniiei Jgrflborea or not are Invlwd to
cloths large sombreros. but The Island Commtssn-M
i lives to this inter- companied by Miss Housley, a nutUfl
esting talk at 7.45 p.m. on Monday. Guide from England, attended the
ifth mst Rally, visiting the BrowtUa
Co-Operatives Mrs Willian
Th.- eurranl BBC series for the 2nd Class Badges (Ool :
West lndie> on Co-operatives con- llnues on Wednesdav next. 2lat '"em. The Brownlaa playad
insL with a talk by L. C. Dowdy <">"
t,1 Jan..in.i rbo spealu of his ex- The llan;
in England and at the. divided into s (roupa and playw
International Co-operative Con- 'earn games, dancing g
ferenri- in Denmark In September, progressing fiom one gi ,
1^ Oll-I
Tlir ST iAMIS \vi I. ai UASTVl
1pm rvr>Ml and Srinuw. Prraihar
I v .1 II Grant 1. Th AcliMttM In
^oulha durlna Ihr -arU. ,
i'. I rncr.<"t.rP
llll -\l \ flllS M 'M
IMI'K KOADH || n rn Hnlinn. Mr.'

r \V II a m llolm.-
l-anv M,.^io 1 ,. , Salia-
tioi, Mm -\ ...t \ C
i .iilri
llKIIMilTTi >W\" faWtaUU. II a M
llollra-aa M,
ins 7 p.m Halvallon MftIhk l*rratMr
a i.:.im.i .-. sTrUBgT
Holm.
n further infor- llolinMa M**iin' J , Company M*
about the exhibition *&J.f*--9**"mn agag !
i Hanorary B<
. tiei flerk
1 '' Caplii.., ._
I \.inii\e Coiiiinitlfe I KB" BAU. II
**- .'.imei Mrrllnc 1
BOBf
i lu- in i Exaantiva Conunitta* a-*j
:'i-i :ne new -
. Scot!
'
I nail. Merlin*. ? p
ilerlln* PimVSSv I
MHI.UHS
ROC8UCK ST II am. I
Bjaag
i.i
. atiiiaai
H i
It begins at 7.15 p.m.
U.C.W.I. To
Establish Dept
Of Education
14
Dug idilu
rrf ttsg a^auadi Lbc
played indoois ami on Ihe ver-
MON Scouts ( uinpletinu
First Cliis* Burfue Tests
SoDUtl ol ihe Ja
i ..


i. .
audah. The Rail, ended with a SUvi ,,.., tompk.led
camp lire, each company dobuj
1 ,hc wwak-nd. Thi
The District Commissun.. ., |->m|U hike during
Miaa Peroberton ta ked to the whlch ,,, Scout must sleep out
eassMa she had visited in Eng- lls,r ,.., , ,,., s(iHler and
land. She also told them that
:ooklng his
own
.
hour
twenty-four
i I i II aorpgetad
" '
- end
ihe object of the Rally I
A department of Education con- hnng the companies together and .
n^IcdtutheUniversily CnlleKeof (0 promoW U i end lines* among
'hC,Srt?nrLd,l''I<1J'IUb^,*lUba,h*1 th* Guides Aftel her talk the
in 1952 rh.s mformatlon was re- Hangers and Guide* gave three
leased tWs w.^k by the Principal che#rg ,or MlM pembeiton and
oftheCollci-e l)r T WJ Taylor. camp lire enclod Wllh lnc
who explained lliat Ihe Depart- singinB o( ,he Fuxl, ,
ment will be lesponsible (Of i>ro- ,,.
vidlng |Kis!-i;raduate one-year "'
t i W.l .legree rJtn.lnients IDON, HoV. S
,l,'''l,''rs ._ On Wednesday Til. November,
Aftei each courae H completed M(rf K^ L.|UI1,V ,,, ,ll(. ., j
SSS22! '' aIT* ^-r V|,;,,,<1 J"1 Guide (Ales I
.^hlsde-^"^-"',' B*a.
QR1TISH AJVVtin
Dartmenl lias been made poaelblc
to .i ajrani of $25.ooo (Wii trtm
Th* need for this department,
Dr. Ta>lor rxplaincd, was felt be-
cause of the lack of qualified
teachers for Secondary Schools in
the Caribbean.
emits. 7 Guide, pis.se:
the 2nd Cbi
afteim-m 17U1 GuulM nil I al Empire'
t the Alexandra Schotil and Mi
The figures covering the smith of
art*
ORACS mi i ii i
. ..Iin all I II.In I PI I
-H-tiCI llt I. I! Nr
PUIMgCK II am M-vniln lnii
I r
i C II. ...'
MOHTOOMgJIV T p.m I
i Mi Mi Jtutnp
sin,I' Mill 1 i.m EVwiml S.ic
Mi r i; Mnillri
IKNSKMiaC II am Monilrif Ir.vltt.
M. r f! DowrrM. T p.m.
I'rraehrt Mr D
MpM i
M rt II -HMIN1 I III Nl........ill
IIIVKH IIOA1I II ,
.1. Sfhnnl, : inn aervlr< II, v 1. ft
I h
HANK HAJ.I. Ham gcfVln I ,. r.i
-n>dav Bchool. 7 pa Ban I H II
1 'rpllvfolui M" uln-ln-Cluri.
II'kSTEIN il >>ix aarvw* 4 p m
-.'t.i Schosl. 7 i> in 6*rvi- I ii
. ilBin Mlruiln in Outer
COX ROAD I n Ian .. i i is
Luiidav School. 7 p ni gsrnai Hi l M
1.1 rkn Mm
rTTTB VIMaXflE II BJH gl 4
I .
A Mars- Minliu-r-ln CHAh llll t I..... Swvtra ft^rVi
I.. .1 II Wlesal Bup#rntid>iil 1
. m Sir I barta
AIXXANUF.II
Pm
. C A Hw
loi-in-t hart
ill i i I t
rsnl < hans ar
Rrldi'l.
dedicated Company Col- Liii:l..mi wfalcn snowed that, OH .Nlll'vds"i^ *" **'%"**( *""
i used for the first time. I average, only 2\ -tiident.s "* TfSin t "ii \ -..'..
Guides also passeUthe knot 1. perlal History
the
SEA WELL
i i-i ii n\ bm i
Cha
Fiadarick Hutu
F Hedsri. F Armti
T Pulvrr. C Pul*r.
Co*, i. Co*. O MrWr
ran Pl.Mi Rir. |
llrl#n Tnwnaand.
rirk*. Boa* Wornll cisra*.
Clarke Cnnll, Lonu Ainri
infAiTtin mt awiA
ni""
Patricia
2nd Class. Badge
The l)ule Of The Girl Guide
Fair
Owing to circumstances beyond
tur control, the date of the Fair
ilxed for 1st March, IBM, has been
thanged to Saturday. 10th May.
This gives us one sragB alter the
Raster holidays, so all piepai.i-
tions must be completed before 2iith century language and to
hate* Plans are already well ofllHal phra--oU>y _
advanced and the extra time will \ .,.:
give us more time to increase our TgasTrI. but well meaning e*- ""
-tortsfor the wall al Pax Hill An-ericnm. have a bnd influence
luring ifOAY
safcjui al I
'i on
.. .said, was due t '...... J

ignorance on the part of Brttiga
people. He rtraaaad that Log only
d was to put
ihrnwati Um Mur-.i efl bmiUI) .. ii..(
a um iradt. >.- ahali hv,
Ikr l.lli~i < a.u... ... i.,.l.r. I
Ih* l'"Hliin lha Hlbl* ror I
ra ih* i
<* Ray l. !
Maif MaBtr r .-I.
mafia tunarMhiint*. and
Irn. Sri
Kiihaw Dapd
a necessity.
JiimlHireea. Moots . .T
and now "Indabus
After World jamborees
Scout* and World Moot*
Hw'laht'."" Pa'inrM ROVOT ScOUtS U IlOW fi
Clark nintinued
P-swr
esew. international gathering
Mi
They delight In using
pH Mtti aa Impen-
insan He
. British
leaaoned arguments
SX25 RATES OF EXCHANGE
the An i laught.
goad of flndniK out the truo
WNBa-JB S*=i 5=T tK :,"'. j-* -j
Phvlli> smm*r Fan I vndfk Bva of Sfoout Orouus. liiew win ue
itaiph MruWrTr,;^ iSeT n0ld ever, four years and the '"
rst will be held at G.lwell Park. WP"" "t today ,ml la/ily glee In
pr Ci
Robarl Mardwi
l-r BHUiik .....ma I
t'jrll All*ync. Mildrrd Simpaon
ard Robin*. Cliva Bachbra. John
Marian* Bui ion <:*or>
Cyril PiomhiM. lucill* Tal4. riopl.
Hadeavay, AU Ala.lam. Joanna Will
HARBOUR LOG
IN CARLISLE BAY
the International Scout Training "'"h "J* **f* pl,^',''.r. "Wer*
Centre .,.-.. Ch.ngford. from July wTall> ^t1''.^'1 A.
t:.Ui 24th. 1952. Il is expected wn^an iiieiuberi a the i.udience
tha4 3J00 men and omen BOO K'^-\ '* w'T,i*Tr
leaders from all -ver the WOri Thorns.
Imperial HUlory in ell school rort Townrtwnd win _
currlrula. hr ;i our ,USt lie fought r. it m -he ,'"'r' ***" *_*> no':. *H-'?*
dull world and not ",'
-..-1 gsa
CjI
s,., w I F micat. M.V f I.
Tsnnu. Scri DOrUt Beri Man
II. Sett- Turll* Do** S*"i ljdia I
S M V Bin* Sur
ARBIVAI-B
Snon*r Turll* Do*. SJ Inna
Cspl. Olivlarr*. from Brltiati Ouia
Bchoortrr l*dv Silver. M lom
CSPI. B*th*l. IreM Marllnaiu*
iirrABTracs
Capl. Walls**.
MV Carib
fwalaea
Capt
II attend.
It ts intended nmnr../
International ciimp for Beou
leaders, and il wfl be designed
smith, so that ideas and informal inn
1- M can be exchanged by Individuals
Adtns '"mmg logethci .md making
:i leCNal
The word Indabo" was famll-
T,-'-1** iar to Lord Baden-Powell i bJg
South African days, and l^ird
Rowallan writes of it: "It is a
Xulu word and like most African
words can mean various things
.iceording to the context m which
It Is used. Its more usual mean-
ing, however, i* .i meeting foi
I TU U/UU O.^karlna rlisciissinn al which Counsellors
In Touch With Bgxbgdog ^ adtfn ^ ^ ,nn CoaiUI Station together to decide on kaott)
Cabt* and WLn-leaa iJj 1-ui adviw r0bleTns or for mutual talks'*
T SkeWTdugT &5Sm& Sf Th-. term has been
badoa Coaal ftlalion gatherings of Hover ScOUtS in
r^ssra.r'.'rJBB: :.* .'r s"V"^......II
,1 .nt. S S Oanmark. 8 B B-o Saa. Scolltlllg (in I'll. .Ill n
fV1*-" a ^11'"*^.* /i'^Er T"*** "" prncuu-'y 21 children
B^artaaaTaB oraiueSSl a J~- n saiaaty PH.
... sa roiim. a a Canna. s* Muttnv on the llounty" fame.
r>p*quon. B S gaaj .<*"*."* Of these, IS lit.
^r^V^^rr,'*^8^. iTB.5S- aw Guide..
The Patrol Loader
Seoul* is Thomas Chi
direct descendant of
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PIN STRIPE
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MEN'S HOSE
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PACE *l\
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BUNDA1 NOVEMBER 18. 1SSI
Inquest Adjourned (Jntil Nov. 20
TWO DOCTORS TKSTin
( Aubrey
Si Peun




I
'
V
.

|
-. Plnfolrt
I
From exJ

leg wa* i



moani thai Um
III" left
rnlai fed lo th
half of
i

L- IU nitriml ..________
Fndwnd skull

ill To the
Kln| s,.id that tho


that could
i .-d th- tractup

I
Di I
Aubrey
i
I
i Jordan

Id* of his
r th" rtghi
' his hand


Oh i, .

t tHdmn



.

give an
f what had hapj
lain).
ultod and

Ho*i To .i question
I thnmuh
i thai he
was Jordan's physician for some
time and the deceased had an
enlarged heart Alihoui--
irt the deceased
.

fed health
Peter said thai on Now
sla inline on the beach bv Sands
.Iking with
'lean! the "roar-
ing" of a motor car and on look-
ing back she saw the car number
was L112. Suddenly there was
a crash and she saw the deceased
. Ms face i I
i cars parked on th*
e* if iff
BJ1 the I 1*1
driver's seat but the rwM fender
of the car was dented.
To the Jury: The road wa dry
.it the time of the accident.
Msk/br,
CODFISH PRHJE RISES
IN JAMAICA
few
but
The Jimoim Government hu.\
made Mrritiiicemtnts wilh H*w
| Ian to Ja-
maica will continue, thus avert-
ed shortage of
'i ices will
nova up h. two
iinment statement ex-
pl.nninii Ua the new
arrangements si..'
tounduni bav* been
supplying fish to Jamaica at a
km that obtaining in
other countries for a similar
codfish This, has been
cause the exporters in
ftM of tin ii long association
with Jamaica had cut ttMfr BlaJ
ins In ,i van l""' Bgura H U
now no longer possible ... o*a>
IM itiahty cod-
fish required by this market un-
a .\n!..,i[i ratal] prtoa ll
increased Without am '
there was a prospect that there
would be no furlher supplies
uj rtoeki had been
(Untm had there-
fore accepted the necessity for
the proposed Ineavaaa m th* tn-
( ..ota.n.ng adequate
local market am'
also in order l maintain the tra-
ditional good relations with th
Newf-iimrll.il I Mipphcrs."
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HERE ABE EIGHTEEN SUBJECTS el Hi. Hafcatj Kin* "Sadler" wha have been
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MAI.ANA AMBROSE JONES, win of Mr. and Mis Maurice Jonee, c/oGlobe Theatre,
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HAROLD DAVID in of Mr. and Mn Hm I Corbin, el Garden Gap, Worthing. CtirBI
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Ben irdWorma ol "Paralao", Barbareea Road. St. Michael.
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