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I'M.I TWO JAM In inn ss snor .In-! <)|i.-m-d Wins BtOCKHNU Witt Mack tmn *I..VJ 1 'ullinrd Heels N'.lMIe Sheer 243 l)rt--:-. Made t„ loiter fur all otruiMW -.: I Sl'ND.W ADVOCATE si M>\\ -1 I'll MIIKK II. 1932 . I • u I k.1 KTMlng .M p-Bi V'lid.y Tne-d.y I ft I HUM • %  I IS. VllllON Jck BeoMI — Mill P Wn Bill William. 1.1 U 4,1 111 Lam* Oiiroa LoMa Atfn.troilg J.i<"k Trnardcn W f V y UMI TnurwUy 4.4.'. R.:ui p ni k>#lSlVllltmil KltM.OI USI nit oat i I III \ I III *> MMK mixv I'.IIVII .J^Tj .. I o • ii r-.>.. intii £35 £22.' %  1W1V*. w >* Composer* lasts Hand Only The second Group. "Sonata" Op. 49 No. 2 In O. Major featured two movements by Beethoven and "Lucia di Ismm. i moor" by Donr/ent sir. I-caclietiakv for ihe I'-ft hand only, brought f..rth rounds of applause from the mdlenre who sat enraptured. To be able to mailer vith pi r'cclion such u piece as Luc:.. EAT IfOWIII Lammrrmoor"S. %  %  irand opera written in ihr, meU and (Irst produced at **apM-a-~Mi Jack must have been surcaB&fi.I in learntnf the fundarr.-nt;.:' v*.nh will further d %  After The hneevn. Aft r the interval in. sat in readme** knowing better half wn yet to gumc "Prelud-s" HI A Majoranu C Mit...i Walt*" ,„ B Minor F.uilaiMe Imprmu'v" and "pololaise" m A Flat vlainr -rv Frederie Chopin W.saw what wan perhaps Mr h-handled he usafullv With 'hr ;ev I mwiat lo ^ r" n 1 e.t the feetmieal uail Relaxed ted C irffaVnt Now convinced rh^t h %  • ajgg M "'"'• amateur. Use asasieivkearo Croup 4 by Seh'jre *n. German liianUt. "Trum-ei iDr-amrpii Auf-rh'vunsT f the Mount.-tin King the nm %  •ird I^'-I though coingara'l^efcQjajet It laktr becariie more and mare fr n7ia> until. >n MM' end. it ln-eairm alraaai an> oagy. To my mind 1 thought theiMn pr. '.ition BMast effeetrve l>u' •i-idered Ihe It ul "I l"e BM ami vet to follow. t'oitrerio Familiar T.ietne from 'he I Movemen* Minor C v mnt vr hv P irmnaninnrT 'hotiafi ontple to h i. in LtMtf . woaft of r ;it i"ebnia wa Mr. Jfek* inten>rentiiw> was mawterlv To end tff m^imn. rVrfltbaaStar** bv o ...<.m'inort ,t bufTonn—left an irviHfble jnar^wiioo. CaMll Jack is with i .lerly detlmnl to ins mutwr. He 1 •ehsneal w-aand -1 he msnntnina an unmercenar* attataale t. warda his music hv %  •ill. f -rnur--. develop 'ntn a wanist Of bign esteem. Thanks 141 due to the Represen! Jtives of the British Council fi>i aaakkaa Eh| ir>griimme poaaibl and! also lo the audience wb<< availed themavlves of the opportunrtv of hearing it. Cohib QcdUnq -W., KM. II.. 1 !" i ri.avn \nu > \K1 or TB* Hh !'• II Will H %  Going To Sleep Is HAMLET < ...T 1.* Seon ROCKING HORSE .-. INNER mt n %is. -. I*-Hf. La > \a (sossiaa >>p .-nine a %  M KaaasMfJ %  aMH on.* iton, INI Mn. tair11m PiAXA "THrAfLlH KumcrrowN iiii inn %  ni'.f Mti > %  rHTN To d a To-inoiiai BLUE SKIhb i %  n i Ml hi THIS .1 iPATE OCTOBER 4th PIRATES DANCE %  Mil HUM: IU A H leep as he wou.u on .1 six-mue walk. Scientists reported this after : lasts In which they mrasured the leneigy output of ii<< students ovu 13 day* They ..]>,. found Uial. TUfe average mm spendabout 40 .1 day dressing and shavmg. MAKlNii bad) IV.IT ..-. lUsghaJ .1* wa'hiiis dishes. WASHING socks it. nsOrt . lau.-tini: lhan peeling potatoes. A Rt-'MBA take., .dmost as mm ti out of 1 m 11 u in eightsome re*L WHEN 11 big man gfti UMtrting to the ftogUESOt lie uses up energy 1-stei lhan ffnl .laiiii %  J 1 .. %  The measuremefit^ were made r:y a team at Edinburgh Urn|M| by Dr. E. Pa*sa*arr. ; Has i>i .1 portable machine whirh selenti'l* hope • %  Use tn find out vhii-h mdn*tn I jobs are the most tiring. Celling Stale THOSE who look on bread as a starchy, fattening food will b.' surprised lo hear thai it so supplier the average family with ii-jily i.nc-third of its muacl"building protein, according la broad-baking expert Dr. A. J } ^e STARS *; n ^.VP^ mi; Sl'NDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1952 %  Look in the saetsun lind what your oudcek %  L:I Ahich your '•-.rthday comas .11 curding to the stars. TAUKI April Eft M* -f %  AEUsM —a'aveurable asaecu Donour >Daritabte ^ March fl— A art! 'JO ared>. seeking and granting favours, doing 9 • vwnttaf work c h e erfully. Other contlgura* linns warn against pettiness-. Pray. * * ration atcuiac.v important. YOUJ w.,-.iliori itrcsso patiencw, avoidj^ -\|i intent in ; With chemicals which can I)addod to dough to delay the %  taJjaig of bread. Bnrtors are ool >• %  MtatfUal that Ihe antl-staling etMimWall -A on Id be harmless if aafal 1 regularly llellu. Cousin IH) *(ll K gp HI |J you do, %  %  tuinifc 10 !.., 1... ad onuan lfiumi bm rapurMu tin* Uruisli Associaiion til DaUaM r"> %  pi'up., 1 13 Kiiisu y with them unlean ttu.. ip|ien live in ,ni' euuniiy m at uir BSM" aide penu a cneap DOlJdBj 1 ntn eouotna, ajui raeMy burner IH*. Jaate* .Magey .*aid. After a ilreside quiz in Oxford home* l>r. Mog-i reported 1 MORI FAMILIES live !n fiiction lhan 111 frieiuuhiu. 2 THE POOREHI ,.,opl, .. tin* moat stoie uy lainilj He*. 1 But, they, too. toag interest in I.11I0US if they move to ,1 %  >,ctter-cla*s houwe. :i MOTHER u the linchpin .l most family eu.le -. II-1 deti'.h break, the main link between ihiklutt. and separate family groups quickly spring up around |ha iimlhcTs of the nc LEO Jaly 4—Aag ts VIIUO : !! %  .A %  apt. H4--Oet 23 aCOElMO Oct. 4—Rev 78 %  AlilTTARlU* 1 DNka honoured beneftr aspect. t. ///*/. / f* 1 / vr 1 / \ / ///: u f JIM HAIXT.Ai\ TIIF. SCtHHtl. COMFORT rm: JOIN THE THOUSANDS FOR SICK 4 MOST OIRI.S hkc to got a home miir their mothers when thrv marry Nearly .15 p*T cent of the wives who live in Ihr uHlie of Oxford were burn ther--. onipnred with only 2S per cent of "i. husbands. l*rople who were asked why ihev did not mix with Uagfi nnalfrrH usually made the juurne-.* i\n eeuse. Tho rent reason w c tbaj iwnpre who go up in the world get snooty, and their poot relation do not like visiting * -You are innately sunn now with your planet'; Ideal indications for i good Sunday, particularly when you art trulv charitable and iheerful. -ft* * %  iwiu You i".'ii make this an encouraging day Ahg 23-Bspt OS for many interests. Church, and useful J% 1 1 inaajrt Don't seek unnecesB17 IggUM tba* could be handled better on af> vactl days. ^^ • si Heed I'ivii'c t. Taurus, your Venus tailor BOW. Vou will find great oinfort. t-ncourugement hn pravei. *pirilual Kegard health, too. j*. %  &f - ^ Your Mars. agHin fnvourablc, adds stimuUS to day: encourages healthy sports, outat* loor activities, spons>irs our military and .ih.i I! N agencies. • * Mile 1 > IMTN going t loo hard. Impairing health, davaoatlioii. Be sensible. tafccaV needeti n-r ^ aWrUaaate: Albm-ht Walden.stein (WaUenatehn. fantotis J*. "heinian gen'l. ^ &f &f ^ a KJXJAjEaKJKJ-;* L ADY SAVAGE. wife Excellency the Got 1 miles flight In "Miss Bim" on Saturday last. September The aeroplane was miet •' b) Mr StiBdi.n Toppm and) latdy Sav^iaawaa a> <<>inraiiial b. Mai.* DaniVaughfk A.D.C Uia* S.ivar •*• %  '!* the B..r.ido! Light Aeroplane Out %  1. ting how much she an flight and especially seeing Barbados foi the first tin* li-om MlM Bam m-tlitim? U SI. Hntthia* A T ST. MATTHIAS on Thursday afleinoon Miss I Phillip.*. Nurse at the Mental HospUnl and daughtei of Mr. Robert Phillip* of Hindsbury Road became the bride of MiKeith Walrond. of Tudor Bridge iind a Member of the Inspectorate of the General Board of Health The bride who was given in %  Ti.irriage by her father was at'.ended by MisViolet Walrond as Ma id-of-Honour with MassePatricia Philllraand Naomi Spnngei as Hri.Mwnatds. The flower girls were the Misses 1. Walrond and Betty Daniel. The bestman was Mr. Stanley Piggot and the uahers were Mr. Ralph Holder and Mr. Kov sYgfrond The cereii.ony w hn>i was fully choral was performed by Rev. M E. Griffith* and the honeymoon Is being soent at Bathsheba. fnr Ten Day* M RS SENORA DE CAVICCHIONI and two daughters arrived in the island bv BWIA during the week for ten Csstya' holiday. During their stay hero :hev .viM be guests at St. \MWrrn-e Hotel. WaVaWa) M RS. fHANK THOMAS wfio has been spending a few months In the island returned home to St. Vincent on Thursda> afternoon bv B.W.I.A. She was praK of Mr. and Mrs H. S Enstrnond. Upper Collymore ROCK MMff* Krturn* M ISS OLIVE STEPHENS n turned to British Guiana on Friday last by BW.I.A. after %  oraaaTUj two week* etoliday In the island. She is a teacher aim during bar stay was a guest at St. Lawrence Hotel. For \ur*ing Cour*v M ISS CICELY INNISS. eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. i ( St I.eonard's Avenue. 11. %  a former pupil of Queen's College will be Leaving by the S.S De Grasse on Tuesday for tofffsfal where she will enter No.th Middlesex Hospital to lake I Nursing Course. The Course is expected to last f.ir about three yeai* To Vpnozueki M RS. N. RUBIO and her two children were among the pa**engers leaving for Venezuela by B.W.I A. yesterday morning They bad been spending about six weeks' holiday herf as guest" 0 Motel Royal VI MK Shrttml LgfeJaaVH M R LEFANU will give sccoori Iwture 1 Three Contemporary Novelists" ni ihe British Council. "Wakcrleld". White fnrtt. uimorruw at '1 00 pin The subject of tba lecture will bO "Graham Greene". SupiTvi*tpr 201 h Century fox R. EDWARD COHEN. Supvivutor of 20th Century "*ox. who arrived here on Thursday evening from British Guiana left l.y BWIA .-1 Friday for Caracas via Trinidad. He was accompaaafld bj Mi Loukl Milan. Managing Diicl,M' f 20th Centurv Fox. Mi Cohen's happy impressions of Barbados will undoubtedly Li mg htm back soon. To Slwrfv Widitinv M R BARRY AUGUSTE. St Liicinn Island Scholar 1M2. who % %  prtotnt hoUdaytaai in • will 1* leaving by tho S.S I> Gm-sie on the 16th September for Ireland wboro he will dn Mad* in. H incAnog is also holidaying with him He at %  guOat l C Selby. Ikaat. Wt .Se-ssion ul flnuwrtift C-nlre A NOTHER SESSHiN of Day and Eveinn: CtMoSg will Centre. Bay sum r lBhn s*-ptember Miss lw Au-vne. Instiu.-ie--. assisted bv Mrs B. • %  1 1 Boon win conduct the classes I scheduled |0 OTsd III >> Two huudrud and %  %  i K '>' %  %  " HIIIhaw iegi-trre'1 and the aub> ictU lauglit NS. til include Assorted ..Ke and Pastry. Carlb,!.!!>. idvucod Cake s t'utting an,i Bowing Smocking, Elementary Pattern Drafting. Simple Dressmaking, Advanced Dressmaking and Handcrafts. There will bo a refund of two shillings to each student attending li% of the Classes at the end of the Term. MRS. EVAN EOSS VMAgy If ftt PnlrirksO N SATURDAY afternoon at 1 M o'clock : %  • Si Patricks (toman Catholic Church. Miss JMB EOWn eldest daughter of Roach of Pilgrim I'lae.-". Cftnft Church was married to Mr. Evan Ross, son of Mr. and I Rofg of •GainsborWolchM St Michael. Tft,ceremony was performed PirhlgnWU, S J and the bride who was given in marriage by Mr J. B, Field wore a Bnwn < Beachcomber COCKTAILS AND DANCING TO THE TUNES OF THE SOCIETY SIX AND ALL STEEL BAND CRANE HOTEL MONDAY 6th Gel. From 6.00 p.m. WHAS nUBB AIIMISSION — $1.50 DRCSS OPTIONAL them because they have Ho dress,bridge Un.. up. Dr. Mogvy said. I parts claim Money in Milk A FARMER with .. wows can save Time fgafl I M !vear by using inilk!ii8 machim %  '""" ad of milking bv hand. Carl *ity aajricultui.ir xWhen is a Kipper." liOVKRNMFNT ............. ..leutists, led, J. A. Levern. are Inves'ignting exactly what goes on inside a herring when wood smoke tm-ns it Into a kipper. SAYS... Fram NErVELI. KtHiF.RS NEW YORK HOLLYWOOD hearts bent a little faster *il:* r-rc.iu.e hone\ hatred Hedda Hopper is bringing out a biKife. For 62-yenr-old Hedda is one of Hollywood's gossip uueens. She %  HITS nciirly egO.OOO a year (before taxes) for chattering 10 tO.uOo.nuo radio lis-leners and read rs of her column in more th.m 811 newspapers Her viihiect: The r Cahioet -I Dnwttf ('jiiiiui'i .vi2 II7.BB Slnlionerv Pri*s>r\ s' :i sihs.rhi Personal. portaLUFiling Smnll Card Filing Cabinets ^^ cwnpfe|e with (mulliple rirusAcrst SK.3S Filri *JI OS JJBF" t'uinparl Storage Saves Time and Spare k It HUM. Mo. Il loner BroMcl %•D USK WH MUni as .1 belated sportsman present. > self ;it tl .1. do .1 ,.' Shrillwlllle the IMI ,,f the M U 1* O, who Ii rd <*' KllCOCg robin. To the butler's question he I %  thai Si. A:i-' •. Tumult <• on ih n M %  '1. time he russalod wh.it i<>,ik.fi Uka 1 rook rifle to the aged retainer, saying "Shove this weapon In the gunrooni "' nil IfaMroen I CEBM Into the hall, to offer hi.'pitiiht v 1..rOui party he BIjBBd Aye. mon sti.ihger I roDoWOd | gTOUH BOO deep into the imdMgTOWU) and missed rru path." "Can I a drink" 1 ashed the cou 1 hop.rou can," n stranger, smncklnif his :.. fouhnough slip* up POULENOUGH (for it wa* liel JT conducled himself admirably all through an excellent dinner. until the very pretty girl next to bim said, during a lull in the gooei.il conversation. Are vou t -ii l -Miking deer You bet 1 am. darling." replied Foulenough. off his guard The gi.l blushed and laughed. I w;i>n't (idling you dear.'* she al I PI quests drew in their breath The Macaroon frowned Foulenough took a deep draugh.1 %  i-ght damn ihra. nie I feel like a horac Hut nr picture with (laia m.1.1. horaa riding Cooper a star. He toOM ..II hl| servants for I ride while she -swam, wearing nothing huhuge straw h.it. llhiMagfiliiBi TALLl LAH BANKIIKAD turned handsprings for %  banker mend at his party at the Waldorf .ifa. he carelessly promised to give her anything she named Sh %  tuunad the price of a passage to Engbiii Coch ren had promised T.illulali *, The prom; %  passage led directly to HF.IHlA HOPPER .,., ,„.,<,.[( | left home to fM'iipe being a %  butcher's daughter, and it does seem ironical that [ was to inaaal the res' of mv life dealing in ham." — I. I .s with one slmt." he aMd, "HOW m oaTtta did that hiipper"" a-ked Id MeKippercitilzie "A lucky chance." repllod Foulenough. 'The M-I c ii. elm 1. J: they were all eattBa] out of me nni bucket.'* Dead ifianae. The i.Ktie: raw 10 leave Ik room Befoie they could get to ilic gtoor, Foulenough. throwing gU < lUttoS U Is. saia loudh Si .11 1 logo M,. toJfaf •ll fjnaj hen..." A RT. art. how CTOOl | %  v your falthf I aadtag aboul m .iinheiire which itrUCft anil flfeked cigarette-lighters o see if their programme t ami of what v. po-ed to be going on on the stage. And .1 mile Mj| of ihe company "Thc y are bast when they use their art to strike fresh spark* off old human situation:;. When they try to be trees or :o illustrate the passage of man 00 earth, they are less understandable" A few fresh sparks stru'.-k while they .ire trying 10 be trees would at any rate save tho audience a number of matches Wnr/riaal tint.DEOPLE who complain about 3 low-rKing jet-planes are conliuuMUy Ccmg told to lake their they Rash bv. A belter loan is to slow them down ry thumbing a lift. Or one might On to Mie general din and peril by employing "courtesy let-police" to pursue thim over the rooftops. tffin/r Ihe bird* hTe ftrcaaM . Inttmatr aakj| the birds o<. aha island that he tailed them hp their Christian Irlirtr on birth pOR trunsneo, he would say to a *v c .nnet. "Hello. Fred'" and to .1 fetu.ilr MMgull. •'Him I Clara "* Unbuptised petrel? or -hi-nrwater* he would address n••MBdam. %  I'.ilkinjPoint Ererv wotnaM f icronq ustil afce rries. Then she ll riohi—insrnr r\U Thomas Hah burton (ITM-lMf,, SUMMER MUSS GOODS PLAIN BEMBERCI SHF.KRS Ivory. Peach Blue sue PRINTED BEMBERHS exclusive DisigM


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M \II\I -.1 in vir.i i: 11 IKZ M NIIW AHUM \ i r PACK TURK M TIIK a\i:w\ BLUE SKIES By G. It. CASTING back ibown during tlw past few months. I gee th.it ere have been pretty luckv in thai at least omos. m iwn nrw films with definite box office i Barbados, that's not bad tn f told that we get new pictimTUi bOssta. the case, we mi. %  now and then, and this week. >ut 'it Into that category. Not thai the pictures .n had— they're not—but of U, have Man. I ean'i -.. l wax parlicularly inspci-%  did not see "BI.I r SKI1 is at the Plaz.i BartM %  is not a new Aim. but on. ltH>k the east which UM I Crosby. .Tred Aetatr* and la ('aulrteld. a^ well us Irving I Itns song, hit* liay". "Putt'ii On The R Is The Anm M: J < brtatoias,* and the title song, to mention but .1 few Mff you have the mr.M a bang-up musical, to / Of the fact it iin T< Stems ti> miI and thorough)' Glory Alle* THE Oloba a runn ... feature this week-end—-GLORY ALLEY" and "ROSE RON" but ncithei of ti :o the standaid ol have recently been shot theatre. UiougJi lhea JIIAV rttvwi'ORl) new picture* "GLORY Al J JOAN UA H hjs a flrst rate : oppofttHlMj lOC good trona .'tid Jack j lie Caroo contributta a tt %  good all through, with sound portrayals by Louis Kasxnar and blind iudge and sympathetic newspaperman, respectively, but the HOI BOM of Ctaama ROBS OF CD1ARRON n BBOUI U Ihi *toi> l .< white girl who is brought up by Indiana. %  ire killed dawn tin | prootpti) %  %  „ n In j.ui. but not '•>! ksnj nlng robber and unaware ol tennis up with htm. Th. rVi %  ruaton, but our Hostin the end. with the help of I %  %  ..th plucked eyc-hrows. plunging narafllnai and Eastern accent—ell tnto out Weal in moa 1 % % %  lan, lha dualogus ma DM % %  >til ml i iditiK. 1 would lib | up to the standard -ho..tin* This Woman is Dangerous JOAN CHAWFOHI) in ermine. mink ,md diamonds, plays the thC in aster-mind Jo I %  in unaga in "THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS." it Bridgetown. On the eve milling house of $90,000, ghi ha la going %  ham -in operaHon. Tinrobbery goes through, i ttoapluu and uf courae, %  the doctor. This .i way out Of Ml dilllof li-i gun-cragy rompaniorui it In I -is to get Or. He nearly does, too. breaks Into the operating theatre and stall.-. -In—til.. However, the V II.I i and they do this time lag Joan free to marry tindoctor. iwford la, as usual, glam%  | and sophisticated iii de g ree and bei ward.1 bi> .'ipprccinteri bv feminine audiences, but what acting honours there are go to David Brian as li | alOW Iwutnl and trlggxr-hupi" lover. For a change. -. %  not:iole. and acquits himself adeB. B. C. Radio Notes /IVI/Cn PKOSf A\B fonan In ( iribbean Voices' Today In the weekly BBC. progi.inime uf West Indian prore %  nd pnetry'which M broadcast on Sundays under the title of 'Cattbl>ean Voices' the Eastern Caribbe.iii usually i* mue*i hett'r U il than Jamaica ali %  'uld not l>e the H I |iopuunion standard. II %  Bi I of late this proportion s t erna to be chunging and OtU b ni nipluled in newt Sunday's bmadcast, i'h mat. — when the half hour will DO entirely devoted to Jamaica with a prose •krleh 'Walking in the Hill ny C'.imle Thompson and poems iy Farm And Garden (B> AGBM OL I ANIMAL IMI'KOVI MKNT THE SUCCESS ol tha rccrmt Poultn I the efforts by the Poultry Ataociatlon to impi standard of local poultry surest this note an improvement. But first, let us warmly <>IUI I'ulatc th< oiyaiiisers and the participants. gss/MastU) thoan who ob Ulined awards Animal brenrfing. selection and reach thc the vlow and r. involved in the production of Imthereof. While mm proved types are, tn the nati of things, a closed book to the patMtW average layman concemed >n in-"" the mam. with (hs gjm s/il avai'abihtv of the protlj. • w hteh flit Wi vuluals. breeders' aasoi 00 YOU KNOW 9 Well soon have that better 'u (vi headachei liAKhFMM. Ill Ms FOR AMAIEUIS and h nssjQ no-in Ralph M.. |D I actor, petite and I Carsn Kmi K a actor, trumpet.i I. and Jack Teagarden and his orchestra. However, listener la lent. Ihl ranasyjM to get on tts This Is probably due la that the direcloi been suffering from a certain amount of indecision exact type the finished | be, with the reanll Ibal out as n psychoioaieii t malodrsma, flies off in several directions and winds up as a ciu h psychological melodrama, s/ai drama and musical. Ail fusing, and one or f>"' rub-pIo*a don't clarify the situation Our Principal cbaracti young prize tighter. i.., HI %  the last reel snDu out on his biggest light, and prom| on the skids. Helped sobriety and den i heart and friends, he his mind to be I Korean hero— }u>t to prove he's no OS I the ease and speed of Hollyw.o-i. he acquire and there s a heck of a turn-ou* when he comea marching home. However. If! still has a few psychological adjustments lo make. SJW accomplished, there is a grand gettogether to the BO some good old li.i ^ With .. btjdtgrouD Orleans French (Junriti %  ell. both of whom hi leeentlv been heaui In this programme It behoves the wnteis of Trinidad, Bnrb-drw. British Guiana, as well as those of the BT ille* isTiinds. purticularK the aniUna Grenada, not to *liow Janialc* to aoinm.ile fhe programme. Contributions to Ihi" series are reiOMskBd at the BBC P O Box ton. Klnilston. I.m;mi and the pny is good. de*a|ls of this ran also be obtained from rear 'Caribbean Voice' is nn the air each Sunday fro. T.15 to 7.45 p.m. in the 25 and 3 metre bands. 11.75 and 0.58 megacycles. B.B.C. Wavelengths Last week we gave details c l Ihe B.B.C. beams to this arCa. Short-wave listeners to these beams may lind that reception t* miirrcd by interference of morse, particularly on the 31 metre ban I beam. If you have found th. trouble you may prefer to liste-i to London on the beams lo North or South America which are now coming in very well although net directly beamed to us. The IH.UTIto Noith America an' o.i SO 53 metres. 0M5 megacycle%  p.m. onwards and on 48.48 metres. 8.196 megacycle-. from 8.15 p.m. onwards. |M former begin particularly free from interference. The beams to South America are on 25.38 metres. 11.82 megacycles, from 8.15 p.m. onwards an/l 31.88 metres. 9.41 megacycles from 8.15 p.m. onwards as well as the beams to the West Indies which we listed last week The four beam* mentioned above do not carry the special West Indies half-hours such as 'Caribbean Voices' but for other programmes from London In the General OveTsent Service you may find one of these better than the direct beams to us. Khama of the Uaiiuni>;ws4o The name of Scretse Khama i the Ban.angwato is now almost a house-hold word. In a B.B.C : ....Humin the coming week listeners can hear about the on Wednesday, 17th. September. pI'Ull.l %  1*1 tent. ,4 theefforts havi rectal aim i object, i ivilrsatk lock Weeding ml bn. I svar l The nnd % %  mighl be compareu w> a band ... pilgrims toiling to establish them: elves against great odd. Those natural • m nun Bgfl %  slvgg. caterpillai ol ccurse to be e* % %  rdfufrvr are aecuslwued 10 drouglil may be termed an .,t o, ' work God." hut arisen il comes lo lurndmgjljF. | MtK Gfl" the garden nalei then tn%  "< %  i % %  long stifTi ring >• I s %  polleio* m heling asjnri ved and Bekestioa, slsssi General watei has ah. I lort uatuenee "*' f£ %  • ""> %  in BOOM dislruts. * BONslOI Of ""•' 'he threat of cusssnsj ad .tii dwoUsits sert) a maturing (arden water hang* like eis % % %  er our heads. lesssttance la p. J7 y ,n an anri whMtf ah ** t TI-them, can mm)., i v ,,. E!i!eTii'?i. m u, ; ,un "',iuanuties biiefly ami kmnls Baj ..uiv Us-beneath the surface, s ( %  %  th-ought should bring .'ater shot'tage week .. iboui .. not understood Plllrtlll by me general public What is 2E3K the use of gardeners cotng through nVa too oi piani :t raeds, and rmsmg plant* if every bBM liter.• is u .light drought the garden water Is to be cut off? It means that weeks of hard work In th gardsri is lost, and when BM water is allow d on once more the garden has to be started all over again. In spile of all these trials garden livers persist in thenefforts, ami which have spe persist with success as the r. %  display of miniature gardens -t theu origin the Museum bears witness Indian brec This lovely show, and the splentnd attendance which who have had aclua of the problem(he dinVullies am' m the e"%> iutnm %  I iirrlm.... ... i %  -, fhv work-a-da.^ farm. raiser largely p immediate ecenornii ra NOW. •! . Rrahmi .,11! shows plainly the 1^ wT niSLST^ nCnTSrsmff terest in garden*, and the general r s '" '', AmOrlea publu's love of flowers. Add U> f**—Mf* 1 ""•"•bach hog wl hls the fad that well kept gardens V( r ,v and nirroundlngi raise the genera] '," ,, "" : •' ""''''. stiiidard of the island., especially "'" '"' in the eyes of oi.i vis'tors. and n 'yP^*. ar 1 "" ,IM Tin| doe* srem a pity that this flood f "* work should be hamptr rl u %  ,n '' ma| tlsalr balsa totally unnecessarv fffOI afl BB '" at • nri having to fi erratic water suppls themselv. .,11,,t %  Every tiny garden, or beuutihd wherever U ,, 8jjd it Whlli tree helps to beautify the island they Age ,,, M,,Sk> the occupant of the smallest particular house with a garden bed of flownatural ceirrr:oi All •M.r.Ui.n.Wrwi' rsauuiiofi *sh fu' cK* !" m — ••> oan soma for PM (' * vvhtii,,. TMI SMADtlNS COMPANY •T C*wfrtiSl4 kSSSt ACSM, UMM iNGi*ND. 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PACE FOUR SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1SJ Soapin g"dulls hair_ Halo glorifies It! HALO SHAMPOO •To. •• keeP 1 l h take EN 7. Hcahhy, happy families take F.NO'S 'Wrijii Sglr \ 1'ruii Sal'' '" v.s.mt. nrfreshinn *' Fruit Salt is the gentle corrective most of 111 need to keep the \v*tcm rcfpilar l-'NO'S is particularly *litable!otchildren—andloraiijoiicwithailciK-n MO njch. KNO'S safely relieves "vcr-aiiditv. a most frequent cause of indigestion, heart hum ind flatulence, n rOutbcaand mtlallieuutu^hitpMI by unsuitable food or drink. Adashol "UNO'S at any umcot day makes %  sparkliru:. invigorating healtli-druik. Keep ISO'S handy I WIIATS <;OINC; ON IN LOCAL CRICKET Amateur Itaxing \fakirtg Great Comeback JVV a 8 COTHN A SURVEY ol tha rolaUvo poJUom ..f UM clung la Pint, utters cdlate and Second Divisions of thr Harba.ir.-. CM, I I ''-resting situation at thr end Of the > 'vision famn and the sixth series of In'.em.eDnd Division games. In t/ v w.ni.iercr< at the head of the tebof nils in four games played but they are separated Iu.ru Carlton by a -.ingle point in us many name* played. What makea iba iltuai ra lamoifcaliii is that Carbon in turn are -eparate-d from Spartan by a single point in at many games played as well. Empire follow three points behind Spartan and therefore four i .hind Carlton and Wanderers respectively. College (seven R (rive points). Police (foui points). Lodge (0 points) H teams in the order mentioned and I think that I thai tin v an out Of the running for the championship which closes with the plating of another three series one ot which opened yesterday. CHAMPIONS AMOMi TIIKSK THREE T \KINt. w %  I run but if he attempted there was a Ightning pounce and throw in. lie claim, too thai It Wt unfortunate lhal an l.b.w. decision that was fh*tn In th< last over Ol the day against a batsman who did not know that he had In-en given out since he evidently thought himself well out of line, did not help the general state of affairs. ANOTHER VIEW A NOTHER correspondent states, that the umpire, although the crowd was hostile, invited attack because he stood on the field and argued with the crowd. 1 have seen Mr. Williams too and he admits'holding the ball and dclibcrutily making a foot fault but he did this since ban ackers from the pavilion wen* shouting "no ball" each time he bowled. I have included the views of my correspondent* beenuw of courtesy to Ihsm and MH.I in a mailer of this sort one should hear all The umpire is sole Judge of "fair" and "unfair play" and he would have been failing in his duty if lie thought Mr. Williams < M not above board, and did not pull him up under this law. Arguing with a crowd especially a hostile one Is a suicidal action h) .HI urii|iii M rOCOraa and |Utt .'> UM Barbados Iteferees' Assort a iion \>. mi %  icft-i.i again-! .nftuing with phiyi fui h crowd UH Barbodoi l mi.ii.-s' Association should instnet their members along those lines us well. A CRYING NEED B Y and large there is need for a higher standard of sportsmanship when games and supporters allow their passions to dull then finer judgment. There can be no justification for boorish behaviour i>< it from the Held, the pavilion or from under the trees uti the Yesterday's Cricket CARLTO.\ I*. POLICE ( AKI.TOS 1ST INNINGS 264 CARLTON WERE ALL OUT tan n urm.>.ill y I'H in their Ant Inningi when their Fust Division Bxtun gut-, us Park C. afcKenzle 39 .it number DM, end C B Williams. 59 at number thni-, laiil the foundation for the Carlton %  when they added 80 runs for the second wuket partnership. takinR the score from 20 to 100 before McKcnzie was run out. Three aickatt fall lor on oddiwicket when the More was 12 and tloii.il 39 run*, but Jam,.* Wilth.eeeoad WkhM 1.. Ilom.. playing his last game I I %  „ the wicket, rare Having lor the .|uiekly asserted himse:i and s w M In ''"""• ""'' <" %  % %  '" balls. £ 2L JfSfi; *" :: •' '"•• "> ana ltd botrtH for idaswssx & \&jsz£ij2**t r h k t ... ,..„.. ,„.. s^rc .o s s**s w !" jigg: The I>xlge School pace bowler James Williams played a really K. Dronkes and J. Farmer took POO itmings for 54, and played all two wickets each. types of bowling with easy eontldence. Marshall's undefeated 60 was also a fine knock, auhough PICKttHK v. M\I:I.I-I.N at times he waa ui OCNLLBOI reckless. H*vrrfa !" CMIaan .... ft Carlton lost thi ..,-t Ptchwlek (foe 3 IBQI ut # i MI \M:I> I i HI t LI t AI rtoH SIC* ItlAOAOB, ailMlNNKSS. I am nut bingling out the Carlton ground because this incident has happened there. I am only too a*are of the partisan feeling at MOM Ol UH other grounds and this must rease otherwise what has i.tn | gradual itoiorloiaUou In the standard of sportsmanship and falrplajj might develop into somi thing which will certainly not bo "Crickot". AMAnn: BOXINC. RKVIVF.D B AItllADOS Amateur Boxing has 1U best chance ever now of developing into a well organised and sell"-supporting form of sport. No one who saw Friday nmhls bouts of a programme put on by the Barbados Amateur Boxing Association could convince me otherwise Tbon hai boon DO amateur boxing for many months now and 1 was surprised to see the number and faces of well known local { sporting fans who turned out to sec the bouts. Their v. as much action but It wai obvious that although the there the need for expert coaching, training and application is necessary. The boys were all keen and some of tht m were remarkably lit. 1 It is only necessary now that the schools and organised clubs whose members are LntOnatad, roglntOf 2 t few queer stroke-, but he quickly 7 !" ; *. i r,,d ond rpfularly sent the ball to the boundary. Spartan were off to a fair start MMM2S v* IMI'IKK when their opening bats set up AT LOIMitC •' fi'1 WaOsOM itand of 43, but a second wicket fell .-inht runji late-. Locate tiri.1 Innings >10 The opening Data, Atkins and Implrr lgg Griffith scored I'O and 27 reKmpi,. hava already gamed a •• %  %  %  Ural innii-.: l,i ..MI Li)dge i't Keith Waleott was out a ball Lodna uhere :!:• ; ;i w | 1( n he reacnoolbon tor uo runs In thou turned the boll to St. ihii. first innings ami replied with 163 G. N. Grant was hustled to runs yesterday, the llrst day In the wicket at number eight imtheir First Division cricket match, mediately he arrived Ju-t from The wicket was perfect and th %  work, and ..Her rarttjnjj I chOBM only batsman for Lodge who when he was dropped on the showed any resistance to tlM Kinboundary^ ho WU adjudged l.b.w. pire bowling was A. Wa.ker win. to St. Hill was undefeated with 20 runs. The Empire I. ft arm bOWlOT Horace The seventh wirket fell for 1G4 King took four of the Lodge VM :f Spartan woul I for 64 in 23 shaw tm-k I for 46 in 15 overs. School wickets for nine runs not last ,th longer, but the.i RACING NOTES Hv BES BATTLE <-rPHE long awaited Autumn Classification bit was made public this I full month after the conclusion ol Ihe August meeting, and only five da>s prior to the conclusion of the Santa Rosa Races The delay over what did not appear to be a very difficult task would seem rather unnecessary, •specially as it was not of sufficient duration to allow the conclusion of the Arirna meeting to take place. One t an only hope that It waa used by the classifiers In a concerted effort to study form and obviate mistakes, but even this is open to serious doubt. I A ill. before going into the Classification in detail, concede that %  fa Old truth that "Criticism is easy. Art Is difficult". Nevertheless it is impossible nut to be critical of some aspects at least of the present list, and to wonder once again at the inconsistency which appears to be our Classifiers worst and moat persistent sin. Starting at the top and working downwards, I do not think that anyone can cavil at the promotion of Landmark to Al. nor the retention in that class of Harroween and Rebate. Notonite remains In A2 in spite of some very mediocre performances, and again I agree since his form was so far below his best that it ought to be ignored for one meeting al least. The B Class Is not I am afraid such plain sailing. Heading the list is Brgiht Light who has been thrust into Bl, apparently, on the Mrtngth of having beaten Dashing Princess in the Bush Hill Stakes when in receipt of 17 lbs. 1 would not make an issue of this but should have preferred her to have been placed in B2. The promotion of Pepper Wine from B2 however appears to me to be unnecessary ami is moreover a glaring example of the type of inconsistency which so often and so annoyingly occurs. Pepper Wine started last meeting .il'.< d Wl IIT record was 6 starts 1 first. 1 second and 2 fourths. Had this been the performance of a young, likely to improve animal, and had there been anv evidence of misfortune in her defeats 1 would have had nothing to say. but it is in fact the performance of an (8) eight year old mare who is but a shadow of her former self. Moreover in what wav is her performance to be considered better than that of tha '"iiiLi; <-yer-oid, promising Fire Lady who started 5 times won once, was twice third and once fourth. Vet Fire Lady remains In B2. This is all the more surprising when one considers that she net Pepper Wine on only two occasions, and beat her both tirr actually conceding weight when doing so in the August Handicap. Surely Classifiers have access to these facts, and surely these facts make it impossible to consider the sub-class separation of these two horses as a rational act. witn the remainder of the B Class Classification, I have very little quarrel Sweet Rocket undoubtedly merits her promotion, and Red Cheeks, Lunways. and Demure remain where they belong. Personally I would have thought that Flying Dragon had done enough to justify a sub-class demotion but It Is always difficult to classify a rogue. Dashing Princess, a horse that has always appeared to me to bfl typically C Class may have l>een a trifle unlucky in that her lone victory and a narrow one at that occurred in her weight for age race. This being so the Classifiers were probably Justified In promoting her but I should imagine that she will be a bit out of her depth In B Class. Abu Ali's promotion I consider thoroughly well merited. He is one of the best prospects we have seen for some time. New arrivals in C are Spear Grass and Vcctis with whose demotion no fault can be fount! On the other hand the promotion of Mary Ann to C2 Is one on which I cannot refrain from commenting unfavourably. It is of particular interest since it demonstrates once It inconsistency which is my chief complaint against the Classifiers and involves in addition the whole question of the promotun of ereoles beyond D class. When Mary Ann went to Trinidad in June and won tu-o races against the strong opposition which prevails there our Classifiers permitted her to remain in D. I refrain from Joining In the chorus of disapproval which this occasioned because I felt that good creole* should be allowed to remain in D and that the D class should evenba built up into the Creole A Class. Now we find Mary Ann rrturning and winning one race against the most moderate opposition and UM same Classifiers immediately place her in C. and thereby demonstrating that their treatment of her after her June performance instead of being, as I had hoped, a part of a new policy, was merely an oversight. I can imagine the comments that will be made on the above opinion. They will all centre around the idea that if Mary Ann is left in D she will so dominate that class that no other horse will have any chance of winning. To these criticisms I would reply; firstly, that do not believe that such would be the case, and secondly, and more fundamentally. I will ask those who made them to look at the Classification list with its total of ten possible and six probable .starters in the D and E Class. Let them consider for how much longer the public will put up with two or three horse races or how much longer the Turf Club will be able to afford to frame them. Surely for all concerned owners, spectators and everybody else it would be lictter to aim at the building up of a strong D Class for which four or five good races could be programmed every meeting even if it did include a Mary Ann or two. The alternative which we ore at 11 'Tit pursuing Is to deplete the D Class of both quantity and qualIt) to the point where at most two races are all that can be justified and the programme filled out with races for F2 Maidens. The remainder of the Classification calls for little comment and in conclusion let me say that any criticism which I have made are intended to lie constructive and will I hope be accepted in that spirit. I U)IHH K MYSTERY Rumour had it that we are about to witness a new era in racing ii. Barbados. It has been noised abroad that a certain prominent stable has purchased the horse of such a calibre that unless a special class Is created for it racing will be lopsided indeed. No one knows this super animal's name is or has a clue to its form but speculation.is rife and when I heard not long ago that the Aga Khan might have parted with Tulyar. it gave me some indication of the class of beast that we may expect.! Knight Is British Junior Lawn Tennis Champion Fight ovrrs while. I (limit and F ,'' 1 1 K ""' j" l"'i "'1 f many H, Barker -the two opt-tiinit bowl*r*—toolc two wickets each fol six and 11 runs respectively. ?\*Jk f f /' INIIK.I M'llN. w. '*k.fc V.J./ i,. I„„il.: JOT '$5Jt*v latfng trtihnrit. o tivllles. They used to box when I was at be recruiting "aoftloa" BOW IMPKKSSKI) V the fthOw itself I WU LmpTOJOl (87 lbs.) who oofoatod VRor P" ing was as near perfoil us any good amatcu nnetv and sometimes brought off the old 1 was not surprised to hear that he H. t.ittcn.s i 132 Ihsi .. BOUthpOW set lehool. The; ould una Keith Walters lbs > on points His can be. He hooked no-two punch anothii Faster protege. I a k.o. victory ovei N. chances monoged u> score L': K. Bowon eOrrw next nnd hit out at almost everything. He and Phillips can • r in 0 last In the KmpstO nisi toning*, wlckot .stand which yielded 54. John Ilynoe who went at numBowen was finally bowled uv UM four in the batting order, D. Atkinson nnd Phillips was not hit a breezy 84 to |op*core. He „ut with 19. hit six fours ond hve gbtsj in Wanderers most successful his 84 Which enabled Empire to bowler, St. Hill who took six for ecoro 168 runs in reply to the 78. in 25 overs was generally Lodge first innings' goon BCUTOtO and demanded ranplro -larted shakily in the.. !>•.„ %  ,. bowler D. Atkinson took first innings and lost their first two for 64 in 21.2 overs. Holder IX! s.ar. :!,.•; , Holder to fight to the %  OUthpaw'l left hanu and counter with a right cross whenever the southpaw attempted to loop but unfortunately he fought too far away from the southpaw's left hand and it was not entirely unexpected that when the ithpaw lurod Mra into crossing his right too soon that %  looping left to "ml seetum would bring on twUlflnt sleep and it hapiThcse were the best bouts in my opinion and there should be more entertainment next Friday night when the finals lake place. m Our Own I nnr,,,.,!,,,,! LONDON. BOM. 13 Billy Knight. lti->ear-uld redheaded left bander from Northampton, became the British Junior Li.wn Tennjs champion when no beathe holder Bobby Wilson of Fir.chlcy 7—5. 3—, 6—4 al Wimbledon this afternoon. The match lasted an hour and a quarter. Wilson looked the better stroke player, bill hi lacked Knighfs aggression and had no answer wutOTOl to the left hander's cross court passing shots which were executed with a delicacy 'hat even Drobny would have, been hard put to surpass. Knight went into an early ihreelovo h'.M. but Wilson coming in to the net fought back to threeall. Games went with service to G—5 and then Knight broke service to lake the first set. Second Set The second set opened with four successive service breaks, but after Wilson had held his own to make It, 3—2. he crowded on the pressure and Knight, whose net reactions ore slow, missed several easy shots. Wilson took the secend set quite comfortably. Knight broke Wilson's second service at the start of the Anal set with two magnificent passing shots and then, despite a double fault, went to a 3 -l lead Both boys were very good overhead, but as the match nearcd the finish, they fenced warily and there were several protracted base line duels. 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•I MIAY. SETTEMBKK II. 1M2 si \I>.U \l)Mii | il rM.t i Aga Khan's Tulyar Wins St. Leger SEPT. 14 NO. 241 Queen Sees Gay Time' Beaten LONDON. Sept 13 l-**ot at Dnnth Mi-moon watched by IJer Ma):y the Queer, and %  h. earned \:.. Klun thfi t It was kin i %  Min Bullish xtn Si %  %  *ir* J uncc rvlyaf %  lb %  '... % %  any t mc lie flnisied ihree id of outsider Kingshr Fi.'iu-h AIcinuK. lengths away third. Bob Major was fourth. Charlie Smlrke rode i uniting thu time and lay .iboui seventh. wtUU Alcinus aim Kei la the running fron. Gay Tint, Bold Buccaneer and Major. tjer remit nert until enterinn tno straight where Alcinu> ... *ftv to Kcr Ardan and shortlv jfterwards Cay Time drew ltd look the lead from Bob Thiv wn* nhout throe fin Innjp out. Kiiiasfold then ramr through la i .'i Alrnuv running on ..Win on the far ra.l Kinesfor i I .hlr turn of %  paad bout two furlong* D Ut Hear, but Smirk* tlll had nO] moved on Tuylar Mount i li iir-cii He then <> witched his mount out to challenge up the centre of the course and running on strongly it was Obvious that with a furlong "-go that the race wu his. Tulyar finished strongly ahead •>f Klngsfold by about three "lengths with Alcinus third. There m nf about three lengths before Bob Major. Bay Time, the Queen's horse. was a ulcerate fifth after weakening in the last two furlongs. Cliilde Harold, the YorKshre coll made no show at all and Boid Bucrnneer weakened or he was i.nabie to quicken after enter Inn the straight up to which point he had run a good race. Thu dis-ippointment of the race was the poor form of Gay Time whom the Queen had journeyed specially to see. Just as it looked U f >:. %  ould come on. he dropped back and failed to stay Tulynr has proved himself H great horse-—perhaps the greatest there hu ever been. The A*.' Khan plans to run htm in the Coronation Cup. Eclipse Stake*. King George Sixth and Queen Elizabeth Stakes next reason and possibly the Prix De l. An De TYiomphe. Tulyar started at 10 to 11. Kingsfuld B*a| rW to 1 and Alclnu* 100 to 8. Golf: SCEVKS i mm llUlkl I %  i < /.A* TOP LBFTt William* and Reynold ttntchtnaou on their way to raacr.t TOP RIGHT The Spartan Wanrierara players pause briefly for water i BOTTOM A M<-tton of the crowd that wttuewed the Spartan Wand< tli Carltou uimugi alter tea i their fixture at thr Bay n fixture at the Bay yexterday Hope Dawns Win** Arima*8 Stveep %  li-m Oar Owa 4 .rtr.ponJrnl PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept 13 Stuiing tup pointIn three days of the s i four-day race meetiiiK 0 noon, Hop,Daw Arima Race Club's aw*en Bnt notched up 12 pal "A'* clan bora* entered, bul dio aoi run todaj In June she woo Turf Club'a MidS umi:.. New Rocket wa secund with li points Turtili-. icieumed with delight when A! : Lane, a rank oulaidei favouriteto nuUu UH pan pa> nearly $75. the highest of the meeting, and $1,167 the biggest [oracaal paid today OCEAN PLABL HANOI. % M\..' rivi ri i: L .--...> l*M I. I 111. I. Mw li 'k%  rr ,.,.' %  W.„. SCOREBOARD -I\KIW n WAMBBBHS -P.M..., i \N IH Inniii*. Uwtaas 1 rrb b li inn i n I I itkt i i %  i o a BABBJSOM %  ..i 1• <. %  >. PM-KM LBOI 1 I K IM Hill %  1 %  da* i H %  d* Toui I ' u, is* Match — Play Championship for Hobby Locke UJNLXJiv bept. 4. th* IM o f e s a i o ii a l Gotta** MatUi-pi..> Ciiainpioii^iup, spon.urcu by u>e News of the World. aiui carrying a top prize of £ "Mi, maj g tu aa avagaaej couipeiitoi p i %  tii.i. U \ iu IIICKPtion ui 19u3. Among a strong vuli> i.at lot Uie event wlia-n lakes Dlaca al Walton Ue-Ui Iiun. Scpunnoci 16—IV u the South African. Bobby Locke, who won the Open at Boyal Lytham earlier this year. b.iK. U) In hll btt ioim for a couple of years, lie should have no difficulty with hu first round , -ii.: li. G. J'ruslun of King-* Nwtoi.. whBM appearances in top clas* tournament iolt iire oniy infrequent. The uiiw keep* apaii Locke and Harry Wheelman, the defending Champion and it is conceivable they will meet In the Final. Wheelman has the hardet i^sk of the two for in his half of the draw are D J. Rees and Fred Daly who have both won the event twice since the war. Max Faulkner is also in the tame half out he and Reos will probably meet in the third round. I I*| i4: 1M a tio lliiwi |NQ ANALYSIS. O H a 31 1 1 M II 1 m a n II i ss PJ MM Holdar h KinN Oranl < %  Rudder I Wilkir b Barker i %  %  i-irriN HANuit *r ) .;.vJv.r ABOIT rVRN ANU A MALI 1 t t'laaII and rJ-Tif.f-VMiOU"' %  I ratallei %  MaSlUUaa 1 Date; Brawa II \H Ml II II \ M.I. XIM'.H I SIX 1 I I'l caaaa Ol aad OS—Tkr* t. Hw Baeket i OobUa oi i \i AOI.I HAsnn *r ABO IT aBVKN AMI A BA1I III Claaa II aad Ft Onl*—I OB r-V.m-o.i tn4 Over l M) Owa %  ialla kahuu i I... Hall ll\AI. II\MIIIA> AHOI-t NINI tl'BI-OM,i U 1 I and < I "an I Manra T..UU I I I I 3 I 11 '. < %  • y. : aOWUMQ ANAI.VftlR O M I n 4 F Oranl S I • t i S 3 I* I I %  inalfi %  Walker L . I. IV-... ii r-ieMm U %  b Wllkie rtiUle tpd IB* 0 t |i KWti i: * (1 Snba.fi Ealrai Total > %  BH 7 144 k H • KO. n.ii w<. AN'.I.YSIH .'MB lliad'lwa |> I S | M > M J Bjci 5 S U c iru,kma>i 1 I M spungai 1 0 II II "I. I 0 /'lymmtth livat goiherham i — :i %  i % %  in. will wui ie market '. at half i ,.( goaU ID lean I'le-tar-a %  %  %  etmlie BeweU aid I ." .l.-ncit bs %  xki BDBJ nl.Hiliil %  an froa the third ... i-untwi'.h i in haast %  i atn Vaa. %  ru i iiuiiiiic %  ,.< %  ii Huee. %  : I -,.; a/iUi nvi i. %  kt % % % %  <• mi i .: Nrvtieli l.n'c bav< iwst three rf i'ii' "till r UH i %  • foal avai %  i ... %  i • laCaa) at Bhri i I a 1 • |Dt mil And Nm'i.ilf with MM MI hall IVkwt4-k Lin-d! \m % %  %  ii ii..in..' 1 ipton pi k %  two pennltiea anrt Mo%  l ksah iik. bainj Hlbai i.n.iik sir Una in %  %  % % %  • %  %  .-,.' fm thraa In MI Kii i irnoeh not %  lag will bs playnl Vfadi %  Ifi.lti'l ..ii' I v %  I L-. irat Utvl i 1 %  %  Id. S. .,.0. Mill"..11 Third S...MI Thml North s-r.n ol Horses Entvr r'or Race Meelinff Uuilgei in.ll. U> LOdD Iran llvi (Hi UirMi4>>l the little Ashtoii profl rsvTOWK Mpl II Charlie Ward, ana Fifty OW hOnMH have been ei. finalist in 1948 Jf VI Pad for the Dmer q Locke are to meet it will be III Club'* October meeting. b Distinction A i.w thuruukhljn %  ilocally owi' via: Gain, t, G Dusl Blleal Folly Hi aatpl i K %  u'luii! from Trmiriari Gol"' I arinsj toi ItifliShaottag IIIK (..llown i 0 .i'n at laat : the Bar' %  %  li PJ ion raBih it Jordan un \ii ii | W MB I' i UK L W H, MM 7 II B <; Marahall It i BrowDB "i li v, Wi b UM IM %  %  nln %  .. i i %  %  i i lose* on %  JORDAN WINS SPOON SHOOT %  t llandicai Shoo ill lii i .., %  Jord. p ere Mr. F. A. Bl !' I .pi .1 II A oo i Capt. I K Nataletl B7l • 117 point) 1 Ml I. W ll.iwll (* ;. ... pn i • The i n :'K>d ani The Topic of Last Week FOR HOT-HOT DAYS USE COOL-COOL TALC SaotMnj; liesh andftatrant. BkB and comllrtaMl, ?:"oi r.ed m the Ir.-.g.jice men love rr%  i T.. but.dt.-rt burk< bs—iii -.. V ei %  %  Paraaauaaj ..... VIH t n*a I Bl $4&a*Lfjt TALCUM 1. KLIM.. F .-e. ,... 2. KLIMh.afx .itfeatra4. ardlM KLirvi quQii tj is always unSfbrm i ao.lr.rr* on ..| n .^ .. ,; Kl IM ' OBs] in ilir aoesi %  %  %  ol iBUNirtam food r rvan im KUM't tmii BBCI -I rSMBSkfaBSff lui. 4. KLIMM aicalUal far yroia cbildi 5. KLIM .da • liu ,„t,,.ri kaj (MkaS atlabaa 4. KLIM raaaaysBsyssJad ie. ..<— %  i.4iu. 7. KLIM i< ..• ia tt. r >< i >H*-p4Hhaa1 Ha 8. KLIMiiaroducatfkaa-rr it r hiMt C4a4ri 1 • blow -aa I. %  t (I.ll-ii rw aart-e "sr' •*• •*e-ilolrat II (* %  •.' erotaat A Or I.Undi i.. d i .'I Jollar' aponaored by J & R li \kl.m. iiifiln rof ENRICHED BREAD and the blend.-rt of J S R RUM Nestuskea (U'illTll -.III.OIOl" i.niaii... K. II .,., .„!!.( il.. futicura ^ OINTMIHT A tonic lotion i that grooms or feeds your hair! SIIMI.IIH I oium wnlithl i %  -mplcic li.ui UcaWiant 10 tUdf It iheoatupaloii*w sw iybiaHajdU;ttBcuasaiaraBattBj %  I et| U1 hr.illh .jiMiit' | >. il lontiiH/' %  i hairsdBlunlfood, kfcwin.i n.^'.l.nl> i ..noil wiih (lit will brina. M lite, hc.ilth and viialiQ h hair, and "ill keep it perfectlv ro.>mcd ihroiuthoni the da) Silvil : in i, u —WONDfR V .IM I 5 N !." Why hercule:; the finest hie. built to-dav The hcM dassesen jnd eng IIKIU.U. n I: many lime 1 i \ a ui huikl \out %  %  i b lli'ii-iile*. bdlUanj inn h 'i I nialiiv. and .. % %  i,. %  i. lhHIBOU Hi %.!,BuOl fiMjai Hercules TM( HEBCULfS CVCtt A MOTOR COMPANY ITO to*"'?** SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS T. GEDDES Gl, miDGETOWN



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PACE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER II. 1K2 For Women Only! Oh IK.' AMPLEX IS FOH THE ENTIRE FAMILY You loo can drink anything—eat anything, < • %  with a. If you take an An., tablet %  ... LMPLEX COMBATS \i i UNPLEASANT BREATH AM) BODY ODOURS. Follow this happy family b\ taking in Amplex No. this isn't the Fl>mg Dutch Just a nightmare %  •'. %  round a wcathervanc. even in my dreams? mc swinging Was I airsick ^N No' The last t Vw I took AIRSICK s.,%ory fc Moure MARVELLOUS! Take Airsick tablets before and durli PI V IN CONfFORT nil Judy. "| behev.. >n RELAXING No* Judy used 10 ba to slim but hated %  •• i candles. What did Judy doj JIDV TOOK Sll.r R] IMM1NG TABI ETS. L now SU1I fall aim fmiv .:,|| relaxing 5K?„^' OT Fvl rin S K Si11 W,LL SUM YOU DOWN Jack here nttdld n but he did need a laxative. Aiwayi Un i. rorevej with a grouch, Jack was a nuisance ( %  > everybody. A* a salesman Jack energy and drive. Look al him any i now—the early bind catching all lrn MEDII.AX, the s-fe. gentle LAX fixed him up MEDII.AX INNER CLEANLINESS which spells health and SUCCESS No frontier Mrs. Smith here IIM>ICS superior Noted tor Met sparkling smile, her teeth arc a* white as bar tibia linen. No tattli • in cither." smllei Mn Smith \ BPA TOOTHBRUSH gatlUy, penetrate! ever] Uni crevice between U* let A sp.\ rooTHHIU-'SH POLISHES \S I'l .-i Ion or Bristle is YOUR BEST lit'v BPA carries s name known tin Mi Smith hen rid OVei Take a hint in and ALWAYS USE A SPA Here is another little lady well p|< herself. A young married with a family sturdy youngsters let's hear what Mar] irj has to say about Family Planning What is YOUR opinion. Marjory? "Well, now I think Family Planning, for those who believe in it of course, is one way of creating happiness and security In the home. Confident at all limes in the Safe, sine COOtTI %  RENDELL-FOAM. a wife and mother can relax and do justice to her family 1 believe In, and highlv recomn RENDELL-FOAM !(,. %  -..ft t onb V I i Ui I on the market." BUM ITS LBAP YEAR, and Jn, Mill %  round H#a made up In d, partly thanks Ui SUB) ?! I'.V'V.'" *>]* %  %  '">>' BiVNUBON PREPARATIONS lot her HAIIt Bandbox ihampo %  ;..,,, tinhah %  fti i lovellei than bi fore I i 'i IIRE, highlighting Sugj in KWI draw Jlmn | i n toward her. lAist m admiral thinks Sugy possesses the LOYH.iWORLD F HA H N U Try BANDBOX for yourself, gnjs Sole agents covering this column: INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION LTD STOCKISTS iO HINDS fc %  .) Roebuck Slieet. P *A CLARKE. Cosmopolitan Pharmacy. K V WOHM, Roebuck Street. STOUTE'S DRUG STORE, Roebuck Stieet C C MHOWNK Roebuck Street A A BROWNE, Eagle Hall. I E. Pilgrim. Progressive Pharmacy. Nelson Street. J. L LINTON. High Street E. C.GILL. Olvmpia Pharm EMPIRE PHARMACY. Tudoi Street. A. F. JONES, High Street. H. C. WALKES. Tudor Street. H. L. HUTSON. TudOl Stieet. ROCK'S DRUG STORE, Tudor Street F s DLTt >N Bwan Bin 11 BRUCE WEATHER HEAD, Broad STANDARD PHARMACY. Stieet Tweedsnic lid INTERCOLONIAL PHARMACY, COLLINS DRUG STORE, Broad 12 Swan Street. Street KNK.IIT'S LTD. Mm-m! real coffee... this Chase & Sanborn! Here it coffee with the inviting aroma, the heavenly flavor that makes every tip o satisfying experience. With Chose & Sanborn you get all ihc flavor your cup can hold. Ask for Chase & Sanborn today. /a "* It * f 1 3 %f^B___J l 6 •9 MWM^ \MfBBBBBW weawaaflBaH HaVaVMHal \ M w 4 1 Strange New World Something a bit (By IHUSII.IA BBYFU8) I 'IK thinga thc> v.,, about a i n tt> Parts fn eh In the BriUi h nessj . hag ISM week. I canvassed the tough fashion triumvirate, the dress manufacturers, the buyers, and U contra) what is head known | urttl i %  Ida of the luiro each of thorn I put the i ki '.LI. you .. hari n> question "Win e.di't we have eopkf of theae— i %  Paris cl< 'in • By -Pl\SAVIIN THIS strange new world in which we of the older generation find ourselves to-day, the saying that the onlooker sees most o? the game" Is very applicable to us We old ones, by force of circumstances become "onlookers of a life u it passes us by. a position not sought, but which is gained by a aeries of more or less painful processes. The first of these, which seems to descend on us almost overnight. and for which we are totally unprepared, bi by far the most painful It comes on us when by some odd remark or blunt intonation. we rind ourselves shoved into the position of "onlookers" at a time when we are certain. In our own minds at anv rate, that not only could we still be in the game, but could tell those young urut a thing Mercifully this phase soon passes, to be succeeded by others. until finally, when we And we don't care a hoot who knows we have a "top plate." or that the tid MHk BO tho back of our bead is growing larger, *d whn aulte unselfconsciously we can drop off to sleep with our mouth comfortably open for a pre-dinner snooze, then we know the last stage has been reached, and we have qualified for the "Onlookers Diploma." Having reached this stage, we take up a comfortable position on the side line and watch the game! And what do we see? From this vantage point of "onlooker" we see passing before us a world so strange, so different, that we are totally at a loss All the old land-marks are gone. Modesty betrayed, has flown. Immortality, out from hiding walks abroad unashamed. Honesty and devotion to duty have lost In a fight with money grabbing (and get it .how you can) and clock watching.' Manners respect and courtesy are but memories of us "onlookers' Pleasure and self-indulgence are the Gods that are worshipped. Truly an astonishing spectacle! The very foundations on which life was formally built no longer exist, and we find ourselves in danger of shouting from the side-line "beware, look out for disaster"! For. fford to despise and qualities and surAnd It really Is amusing, when shopping to be told we must buy peas If we want okraal This wielding of petty authority is funny, when It Is not pathetic, and after all it does save us the trouble of deciding if we should COpytni at u price cus"No" to the velvet dress, said bu one. or both. .in Bflanl Mr. Manufacturer. "If our designAnd the sight of so many "little • era came up with a design like P* 00 ">'*ng so strenuously to that we'd turn it down. Buyers .* bl People is as food as the The felt beret (2): A small carawould say: "You don't expect me funnies and can really help to mcl beret, elegantly squashed. to get n good price for a dress "'K 1 ure l00 *ed at in the The black pancake (4): A like that; it's far too simple.'" Of a hat in block velvet, worn plumb on top of the LAST CORONATION NFXT CORONATION more feminine FOR THE WELL-GROOMED SOUVENIR By EVE PEKKICK THE Crown which is Correct—corni • ill SlyUv Tsle. Dignity, and Protocol—is now off the drawing-board and selling at £1 a pattern (371 so far) to the better-intentioned Coronation souvenir manufacturers who are anxious to do the right thing. The man who designed the "correctcst crown of all." however, was looking rather sad when 1 called on him in his office ~r ^~^ ~r. Parisian Chapeau selves in rlangt WhyParisgets theSnub || —IT'S OFFICIAL .... from the people who make and sell the clothes Britain wears The velvet tldcdlp ea (below \ small cap that fits skin-tight < "f the head. They Say right wayThen again, who would but get a Bald the buyer:Our customers laugh out of modernistic paintwould say it looked like a chemise, ing? What fun to recognise and it was so plain. Besides, you pick out tho odd eyes, toe-nails could never wear it In the afterrtc. from the canvas! Quite a I'd stock it." rhe pictun ui of tha i i ; %  rid tag] • %  ; latest .mtumn I)t*ir couV I TIIK SUIT IMS .. pltlnl) |a kat with small, sharp!) i I Inufacturer. Una without pudding', and Qve no plain bom -tell The around in." i HI I>A-I DRESS imade In I..I.HIL.-1-..IIOUIr collar effects It's much too plam for ua. Customers wouldn't touch anvihinu u ith ;i button below the waist: it might i *,it peanto.* 1 the i.u>irs. Mv gojtonv doublemi woni take anything without I'd never stock it." shopping hat." said illim-i indignantly. much cared for nek pancake. leading ^ game might be evolved from it, many points for guessing what the various objects are, say three points for an eye, four for an ear and so. Why it might become al• %  ...II.MII I -1 f i k ; .c faiiasta Hut where we oldtlmers really get & genuine laugh of pure delight is when, after feeling rather depressthe figure, we look odern sculptor. Then wc can really draw ourselves up, paunch and all. and feel that, ,.. according to modern standards tho uorta t hatter cvelng. ld n ur '* no1 * bod a(tcr %  porlant hatlir. eyeing Whv hv Enatienes stand We'd rv vat atll a hut like that." said it with chilly disapproval. "Well, we might sell it with BOOM gold scatterpins on top," .said a buyer. 3 THE Tt IPLX8B DR1 JAl KET ii made In Una black woollen material, with I.lack .^ilk and bring; In two bo* I %  ; 1' of the "No" to the day dresa, sold M lufacturer "Th* dropp." i is hopeless: we can't sell anything without pails Ami the hdingl l-ik as if it lit*. Thi I. %  rent roomy eno thai panel over tinItunmj b • % %  Ing to our trade And the buyer added: "Thi Bad? Why by Epsticnes stand; we are positively slim! Yes. In spite of Its grim reality, life to-day has its amusing side, and until time brings Its rcadjustAnd then at lost, at last somement we. who have known differi Uked something in the ent days, prefer to be amused, picture) It w,.the velvet siderather than to despair. dip cap (below). 'I'd try tt as it Eor those standards on which one of London's top hatthe foundations of any society jggi must be built. If it Is to survive, vou ever see a dream will return, because they have been proven to be the only sound It would sell qualities, and. without a sound bolero — bj a curl of matching neckline kiiK it stone deal it complete nany With . tt-aMici J I %  4 THK DINNER made in black velvet with a low-cut tiuaa on r neckline, small h that Uaa ,i. ., bo*/, II n hill I Bill %  skirt. THE HA PS T %  • the scarf. But the scarf department is downstairs. I'd nevei stock it" "N" ta the Uple> dream %  • %  buy* i once again: the ptootagraph ^uitnevei stock it" ndation nut hi And with life's slow adjustment toward sanity again, the arts,— which are after all but the expression of the mood of eafr>* uhrasc of life,—will discard Mose ii.ivcsties of painting and sculpture, the distortions of so called music, which are only the abortions of an unhapjw age. and revert once again to the beauty of sight and sound of former days and which are necessary to feed the spirit of our world. So, although wc old "onlookers" may not be here to sec the world sane once again, we know it will be so for those who follow "The wind blew.it over," explained Mr. Mliner dray, pointing dejectedly to a broken llow' %  -)> kitchen-white walls, formed the decor motif of the room in the Design Research Unit office-suite in May fair. There was also a cheering display of tinned food and beer bottles— "All empty, merely m> designs." Mr. Milner Gray, a little man in blue tweed suit and turquoise socks, waved away the charge of on-the-slde refreshments, and waved me Into a low, undulating, modern chair. No Copy He handed n>e a "schnapps"" in a pretty glass, and a folder showing three different crown*. "These are only suggested emblems for the manufacturers who want a really good crown, but who might otherwise make do with something ugly. "To be correct It must be a symbolic crown, but though it has to be a royal British crown —not a foreign or civic one—it must not be a copy of any particular crown in existence." To achieve all this Mr. Gray had been doing: some intensive research into the symbolic crowns of Queen Elizabeth I. He haoVbeeri happy in his work, and rather pleased with thresult. "It looks a little more feminine tnan George VI's crown, don't you think?" he asked. I didn't have the heart to say that It looked like any old crown to me. Very itrong splrl* u'hiclt everyone drinks in Mitlel Europe and tfu* intellectual set sips here. Out Of Place I HAVE NOTED with Interest, but no admiration, the latest photographs of Capri's new recruit to the ranks of "the shirtless ones." 1 havo scanned the reccntlv Issued list of the Ten BcstTorsoed male stars (Marlon Brando in tho lead; Alan Ladd. Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douguxs also mentioned). I am reminded of a vintage Groucho Marxism: "Anatomy is something wo all havo —but it looks better on a girl." Out Of S.rll, AT THIS TIME of the year American film stars come und go. And most of them say they're only here on holiday and really would appreciate It if they could go around unhonoured, unsung, un photographed, and, perhaps, even unrecognised. Well, it can be done, and the man who did it says the trick la to arrive in Europe in a cargo boat. But Ralph BeUamy—you do remember him, don't you? says it also helps if you haven't made a picture for seven years. Mr. Bellamy was here for just six days I tried to find him. 1 telephoned several well-known show-oustness organisations. "Whom did you say?" inquired the switchboard operator at each place. "Would you mind spelling the name, please? And is he an actorf", I traced him to his hide-out— at the Savoy Hotel. Said the tiny page who was helping me search: • Would you know him by sight. Miss?" I said: "But of course." After all. I had seen Mr. Bellamy in at least half of the 00 (Urns he has made and in the flesh HiRI'S one of the latest In h t r.-shion* turned cut by designer Achill* of Paris It i* called ind is made of blue retell trimmed with %  iv% MtM cell%  - *nd a spra> of fine feathers he wa.. just as I remembered— tall, husky, curly-haired, gentlefaced, and very light-eyed. Broadway, Now He has been do\ng all right since we last saw htm—in "Guest In the Heuae" In 1945. it is just that he is now a Broadway star. And Hollywood is seven years four stage plays, and 47 TV deNi 'no uraiims back. Hollywood, though, would like him to return, "1 xet offers, but the right son of pictures aren't made so often these days. The Studio* are surl of stuck with Westerns and musicals. Everything else is supposed to be uaL So while I'm not prepared to ride a hors e or take singing lessons, | guess I'll have to stick to the • Mr. Bellamy's personal political opinions are. however, self-evident. On the shiny satin, low1 oiled rover of his dinnncr-Jacket • pin spelled out "IKE" 11. letters of 22-carat gold. He explained that he was yet another of those "registered Democrats" who are Eisenhower Republicans this season. I % %  11 1 1 %  H :i.\.',l of lovalivswitching; pointed out somewhat smugly that I had remained a Bellamy fan through a series of films in which he had played either the nasty man or the stuffy li.HK I' Mr. Bellamy thanked me for my devotion, and added: "It seems to mc thai loyalty is a particularly liiitisii quality. Perhaps that is why the English nre the most contented, cheerful people I've n-et in Europe this trip." No Ambition STREET SCENE: The chocolatc.ITI,I pair which the "lly Appointment" hatters use as a delivery van made its Spectacularly dignified way along Regent's Park, carrying the fOTmallv dressed, top-halted coachman and one passenger—a young man In csunsBl si>rts-jacket. And no hutVMM. 'STOP COLDS ^ %  * .Ji-^V Phensic with Supplies of Old Cottage Lavender — perfume, soap and taJcum — are available at your bcauty M 1 bj disappear in no time. PHHNSH tablet] act otjkfcl) laid ndeJy. They neither harm the heart not upset the Momach. Keep a supply ol PHENSIC tablets by you always. CROSSMIT Ph ensts A TWO TABLETS BRI'.G QUICK KlUFF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO. NERVE PAINS, HEADACHES, NEURA1CIA. INFLUENZA. COLDS & Z II SoW 0d futftdfOi \ Jn Efighnt by d„vltt>t I famous sines IBIS I <: bJ B. aHKJAMIK LTU r.O. SOX 97, IIIOQITOWH. The beauty of Ferguson cottons. .. 'vouinii* Jciigns blossom ami' ^ ana* hsircotds . raorfc/in^ lob-n nh ajirr HMIA . riirii* / 40110ns that make up to J f tftTiwttets, larnbrus, reiJri, slay wuhamofj through arr the loitly rriip Ferguson i j beaulifuUy i-.to c •mr r.vAMxni nenWeya I Mfij/*fhn assunJ et the mirrid u;!l be frptaerj A Beep bolt for the name f, •.



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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER II. 1M2 -I \ll\l \HMII I II PACI • •"" *"••""'"""" ol'lm !" '" d "" n ""* ""** '"""' a ' r m %  *' !" cl,ell "" "'<"' "" %  •" *ot AFTER SIX O'CLOCK The evening skirt together with blouse or sweater provides uhe answer to a dress problem: ether to choose a garment suitable for cocktail and dinner prirties in town or one wearable during eountry-week-end evenings It la easier to pack into a holiIIJV suitcase than an evening gown And one can ring the change* with two or three 'tops'. The ileeveles* sweater Is proving the most popular, though a modified bat wing and the raglan %  feM fashionable Black wool model* are often trimmed nn the seams. One model on i i w this week has two-inch banft of black silk braid, woven wftn gold thread In n check pal•crn. Another has braid hung with pear-shaped pearls. Plunging neckline* are trimmed with large loops in the garment's own fabric. There are silver and gold thiea'l nnd wool mixture jerseys In :i v.'.mderful variety of colours i o*n thi~ week too; One in sliver and flamingo pink has a minute collar and fronl buttoning; another, a collarles* design in violet wool with a wide yolk in %  liver, has cap sleeves; and there ll a oroas-over style of the sameweave but in lemon yellow .ind gradUfttM stripe* of pale gold. (By MKRCIA SNOW) Blouses have certainly crane into their own thl* year. Their elaborate outlines save the evening aklrt and blouse idea from bftCo ml M slightly lawdry. They are mostly in white lawn, brodaric Anglame. nylon or finest fragile organza in the Edwardian style with ballooning or leg o'mutton sleeves, and high, prim collars. The most original is in yellow and black plaid. Ballet length evening skirls, very wide, made of taffeta faille nnd velvet, are the present favourites of the designers. Many are displayed with matching fitted jackets, minute capes or boleros If desired. They enrry also the motif distinguishing the skin. Thus wie elaborately embroidered skirt with u deep floral or bird, outlined in gold thread (reminiscent of the Japanese bird design), l matched with the eml^oldered cape. Rays of purple pailettes down the wide skjrt of e not her model has a bolero ornamented in the same way. And an enormously full black taffeta skirt with graduated quilting all : arrowing it the waist, has .1 finely tailored matching jacket with a full peplum. Purple pailettes an used again In a 3 Inch band at hhe hem of u wide silk model and they gleam unexpectedly a tiv skirl iwlngi Hi walking There are a few narrow skirts shown this season also. i)ne iin velvet and slit at the front. But the wide klrt* carry the day. GOING TO TIIK FEET It seems as If we may look forward to a return of the aft .-hoe—thanks to Paris. For the French haw Introduced the 1 %  i-ji.dl. %  heal"—So narrow that n i. scarcely half an inch wide nl the base and only little mure at the top—and the more pointed V .. SB, The English shoemakers are being more cautious at Veuve. But they have been forced to adopt t least a moctt Mini It is an Improvement on the ihick. ilumsy heels they n av" foisted <>n the market in recent years. And It is a big omOga from platform soled shoes, whi-li started out as an exotic whimsy of finest leather and craftsmanship, tor small Italian I ended up in England in their millions, uncouth, and mass ptodubftd. So it is refreshing to lliul l!u shoemakers' craft Is reappearing VI England The flat heel is banished to the country or to ballo( style shoes, and the high heel is fining down. Irr m Mfliv IRONS) PARIS in a beaulir %  ] France'i %  W47 Reci %  official decrewas pub I %  i force] •red on tin deed De % %  %  il, but so was is warmly icgarded by his men. %  Chateau of TalU; %  %  %  %  %  %  In the Cal %  Da %  altar beside an empty ... on whii h %  i Ik thai the etui il was COW M hiteciiped from %  in the Free Fi bj thi unresnftrkablo French lun i*cciipted Franco tod he fe.irJ she might be vUiimised. %  n he i bujband nwlf lainu I husband Mme. Lfti k t was born Therese M Married her late 40s she has six child] The younger ol Hie Banedicte it a ta i,Irl. The I.lurt th,u.,i ii ; Uftiy 'I" n "ML, I.II t %  %  %  at Talllj with her other oUMreO. i.tmnlni: OeTh.mule pool id support — have proved neither practical noi suitable for outdoors. | i bedroom. Now a-: •crn almost Invariably In gold or Hi %  xrosgrain ribbon is used ; Otl black %  %  ibui an -I uffad with t'V.n k. and gnmi i oalourwd km piped In white. FASHION PARADE The loose look cuts out the curves Ire* EILEEN ASChOFT: "ins. A I AN A Dgurv will be left to thn • i • ittitarttn, lirr ciotiu-* will reveai lew cum a w:'h hkfhlofl s newwhim (or the io> One of the frw gesturct to teminine furm m''e ty Pierre Baimain wa hip-draping Alt clothes are slightly longer, including stall dresses *h;fh hife wide V-necK llpes imposmg third ihed t busmen \" Feimiiisi Uaeeiine l-i Mareehale has aja %  ar \ ... i, ) %  %  %  The DaaawUM fust %  ll i I %  %  %  In the ,.1,1 da ll*> di I 'e WU I tradenan. ""i 1 now ha I with. H s half Ih I (•met %  %  %  : %  gtakt, Loral Killer tendi in Seb. I ihlng humanh i^ trace tl %  killer hi | local man Hut |h %  %  %  Hate HOfl r then a help the polfi %  %  %  many of then wl U ai kill.i ihe Drumn denj ii ( \a givli |l Dcuit I %  i %  in' %  %  0*1)1 %  .he gulll> ( Mof %  Icbratcd is Landrti ll French 11 whom he an sled soon attar the IwH—11 No Auagwll NBWSN VP8 \. | i notice Those Worship] %  %  • -s mis %  hgals, t ika care of your handbags an.! A com n ltd thief wht %  %  picture by Frei I mien, in Health auth-lilies have assui thai meal fi suflertng li en i > %  saveni t'->i ai i %  %  I i noi harmful U I renewing % %  rles of n Oh imnV. urn in lananded the rlgnl lo 1 of |.msler lllms %  ll I Alan A6 I.III i, w IMM IK I J %  %  Carihbaau M ., MAt w ,-. and Uyi'EH MOl N i ng of I far %  HIIMfl mi i n.i IM c O| MDU <)l llll IKi.lU ^ mought u %  wow ruu i \ %  %  %  H i D MINK I ll Win 1'HAl-T i BOW tOUl BOO ran I'tiiiN y Poultrj B lllKiKi.Ki (Ml %  LAYBNA I Phone if yon | ;l ,, | %  %  "nne UCONu HU i nun llll I M il RTU PRODI ( I Bmiva II.II. i in ram %  s \rvi: .i,-!,-..-, i %  manag* able and nlng pn i %  i ri N wii r \ p i i: INK ERASER ,', %  i Co.. on li 8CHOOI RBQUIREMI I %  %  I %  %  ..: think %  %  i OMP1 i ODH BCMr RW whe %  %  %  %  SOAP %  %  years. • • 1 M, \(.l Ml M IND \\%\> MNG %  IS BA tEVS tm of Platinum oa I %  %  v | I I : . %  %  DOI i \k FOB MM i 11 W, | : ...' %  ... %  %  %  tylinpt at hOTM HOME OF IH MOTORINQ b) %  Ml sUNODOM HIR \ HORSir the warmth oi Brid %  log I i FAN i %  %  It 1 %  Worthwhile youi I 4rf.iiin.| I rlii|ili.i-i/iil my cnrvcfi in... maidetrfbrm' Allo-^ii. KJ ACLIAN Brand SC..,.rh P~ilr STOMACH PAINS DO! TO INDIGiSTION TIT in ONE DOSB •f MA'I HAN I1RANO STOMACH VtiWniK' Hu* Ki'tiiWVallT balMuv.l lonnula Quicklr r-lk-rca Siiitii4.li I'aiita. Flatulfoif, Heartburn, Nausea ar Aodiir due io ln.li|fr*(i<>a. TV-. kegdahiui. Is' \ fear ears u U gtrea ggan %  ft Cti • IWa RR o nabrka. Oanaine Mai.l area are niaili-o-iu Italasol v IWaUa meitfenfin to, %  BACKACHE IS YOUR | WARNING! Hi l >, K, U .wall* Ihr fwU rija af KtoWr Tl-uU, TV hlftv-.i Mr Ikr M—ll hH M WhM ih*i iitMltl ar*rt. •PNlrnl af fun, lih W4 lU-i-4 la awT "*" %  ! %  -ji-lr. ,our U—I *inm M kra<| .ah ••! pouvna ani Mta*. TWi *ou I •*! >•* %  IUII a o-nhaVi rii-ticn*# and tfimiaV U>1< hy <|,-IM( HI UHWUI rlmv i prma thai i>-i.rKiftwi filU ^i,U, .id ,-., U<4 ol auesf %  '< % %  1,1,1 i-i.oni Thaa o- ftUed h rlear ,-w UUhf if.uparwi tnd M *ir.-.J Irrlkrf ii rrpl.^d h, (*UJM linlih imf asstft, tou ff*l (-M tnanr, l,...a .-. CM. Hdii) IMI. Oni. j U l.((r ("111.1 .11 .hrmirti. J 14 Dodds Kidney Pills v •^• COCRta A Vic oriti dured bv Dirre G.e.inrrv cap* m tin D'lboi half **aui'. i airn IN NIW lO-K v uvi* h* a tjlded ci sui OICni ihe t n';o nutT> .•• L.ng "0*' and frintM) tooi haw: #nrn e-tf E-.en,nit drees too. naa auai.e DO*' and vtlvr: (ur-'.r mmei tlDOe'.'•irequtns teevred cy on I***' o'n no.nbeets nanv .r i .... ,; ri II lor aa\ ana shsoes ol oe;ic sana and urcs i>ua:: i |iso a aia.e biue and a ren w!:h a gKl tone Poi eveii.na eolour s*e vlbran* — bla.k white rubv sapplnrr amethv and for the vounne: modelmu 1 i and aquamarine Eveninit COau ol I x.ry 00l were for T; mined ind hd (ro-hf lemmine n!ngs of u.r-d -u::e or rafTes ol CENTRE • ths hcad-hugli cartwheel model i* in plaii with a d"te> veil |un.p. r suit Maggr Rouit -eanu mr-linea --ape* wtin loan suits and gives :hem lailond eoat co.lar Siic shoss maDv rersion? or :rw lumiiei jun g!Ui cpwi nerK :nMfnetnnes eslired some-t me.' irared gs-nered n'o a mp belt In -lie pretriP.'rt rodeeUon to datMadeleine de Raucn fsaiur** hiKh DO lo neeKed jti ntiU dresaes and % % %  l* iquet *o


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SUND4V. MHHlnt.lt 14, 152 SINIm UAOCATI PACI l People Of Barbado8-XXIlI (By JOHN PRIDI \l \. In 1842 a ncM) was formed in Bartados I rtW; IhU i.isl l wo representatives of vas called "The Bart.,doAuxilI.I A•• time Prascou ItMl", ih* Britain for ihe ext net. %  (Heal newspaper In the i II.i Civilisation 1,1-ni ami nnd it iepul %  v : v.. %  moaufacturi would be lost. The lyie of sugar planted in Barbados had i> i %  ndslup i Lord Braall In ie*' i i I led < %  '. until there ; octal posian> lOllowi Hon. T. J. Cunimbvs, l,:i m 'he M mac, i „ i wpl 0> bowed inirua geptewbei eaa in his abililv and \itl%  I mere poiiaii.l ends llr dtd not '. <>t principle but %  .1 the hum nitty i his activities KlhMMirt Bis] %  V Phillip*. It Vt I -i .. ; Morshem. Joseph Kennedy. Israel Byran T Young w s wo* VluV ih, TME SI'AKISH FLEET destroyed by Morgan ROGUES OF THE SEA: Sir Henry Morgan: Black Flag and Union Jack fly FAN GALE .. 1 lai i Aft r .ill%  .Milord .M,I irnmli art. %  ht* (it*,! eoloui .. .„.„ |,.v %  being e luded afBea Tim movement u < %  tag beea be< i % %  ot bat ana) Samuel J.ukman Preecod, an ,v i %  • itmuanca with tar in 1 while inspiring thorn re this island it. tin Act of 1131 %  -" %  ontaUva In% %  r i %  tad vac a aantpi i \ IBM well versed %  1840, ",. %  „,,. pmd he kc nutted r A movwnani with. i w iu itaunefttha numbei ing loi inn eivtl rights \ or coloured ho i i kpi ItMn that, fo l"i>|[ time al pat) rate from twenty-two to • The A.t eama into force in ima. "" hl "^ •" "-mam lha preSamuel Hl "ervlcea an coloured man win. w.,. .ntti.U rnacUntoi and haniimiwer teself taught. .,„,i s/ho bad baan \ r< :i u '' ,w " %  •• %  %  •• 'nvalu%  abnn'i maker v. .is ni' of th, MCkcd Mui.u.iiti,, .uu f'ni (ii 1 the ralter. returning to Jrimaica with It would be Impossible to write about pirates without mentioning: Sir Henry Morgan, the buccaneer who begun as u bond servant in Of twelve ladders t,> bo made In BttsBeta In lha meantime -. Barbados and eventually became all haste, so broad that three or governor of Panama was advancmuch .oot, to be Lieu tenant Governor of Jamaica, four men i.t once might ascend ing towards Port , Bell.with an '<' %  • % %  Esquemeling tumi up his origin them; this being finished, he comarmy. Instead of leaving, howpiracy, m on their and beginiungs triu*: "Captain manded all the rellglmis men and ever, the plntdf Wtltt out and side war* adopting f %  Henry Morgan was born m Oraal woman, whom he had taken pnsambushed the army killing a great tatics. so Morgan ran l Britain, in the principality of oners, to fix them against the walls many men. The Governor then "ew commission as CommanderWales: his fats. ,.-..: the castla." Morgan thought decided, to let them remain there in-chief of all the ships of war man, or farmer, of good quality, that the Governor would not fire to collect their random and being ln Jamaica, to levy wai -gain*! even u most who bear that name on the monks and nuns, but he aitonlahed that so small a band o' ,e s P anlat ds. the booty gained In Wales anknown to ba Mordid, and R was onlv after a great men could have capture*! Porto nn lht expedition to be the only gan, when young, had no In Unamany of them had been killed BU 0 he wnt „ m awge to MorP^Xtion to the 'ailing <.f hU father. lh;i th e laddera were placed .. d „ irln _, sume SIUjll !" lleTn Accordingly, a!.or ravaging Iho and therefo,-e left his country, and .galnA the wails. Then "the piZt\h££ aims^Jrewdh K had ''-* u of Cuba a d PUrmg came towards the meoMU k> rtte mounts hm in pnt num ^^1^ ?uch v Z w Urata S*"'" Caulina. Morgan dataraule. with although detestinJ or VlaWad -K2? su puion by nerrly all ,V., "The elm m*; but i. Havi iiant the Bourbi' purchased I.30U plants—only i ru m b %  lat • ': n \v Han KeirrnH "huh were in might from the [ %  land of Martini iuc These wore rii-.t Inaportad from the Itland oj Mau l^iuls XVI lo the Cai I Hope, an.1 DNM enna with initrui I E .11 the Franch Colonk "The inhabitants <>i ti %  td hut little knowledge nf thi J Plant until the i unti|U( I Fruit Ckiva and Cinn imon wen imported into same lima bj lha Bv itn* this t.|H.( caw wai vail aatabUahad nTlmte DH'MMM|R tl I OUtpul of facture .is (lii ..rly ba vv..npobrtad bj white men o( the com • "I I n d other classes possessed „f u broader outloek >r more liberal views. Slavery had teen abolished but live >ears previously, and Ptaacoo n in the House the amrk ii.ntsry reform from seek some employment more \ >cr9i suitable to his aspiring humour; where he found vlth not less valour. city. Captain Morgan W ncalvad ^ lncd J ,akP t at *van* nra^toaallai In their hands, thif inettengcr Very kindly and gj %  ? overcoming perils and anchor, bound for %SSoS. I^JKS^WJK! SLTTK "*th great civility, and gavehim &&2J? ^JXtlJPJ***: With these he resolved to go the service of one, who according to the practice of lliose parts sold him as soon as he eama ashore. After nerving his tbna m this island—and the life of a white bond servant was hard—Morgan m.ide nil army to Jamaica. Ttiara he toon )"inl the htHCaiMaVI nnd after a few trips lie managOd DO save enough money to buy a ship in partnership with BOnta Of his comrades. He waa uitaninaousty elected captain of thivessel and on leaving Jamaica he met an old pirate callad Mani laid who was busy equipping a fleet to harass the Spaniards M appointed Morgan his Vice Admiral nnd the expedition was successful in capturing the Island of Providence -r Santa Catahna. The old pirate. M.m-iUld. was killed by ibe Spaniards shortly afterward*, however, and '>' became the Admiral of the Lucca nee rs. Governor's CoWanaWgiOB Two years later, in 1668. Morgan was actually commissioned by Sir Thomas Modyford, Govornor of Jamaica, lo capture some Spanish prisonei-s in onler to question them about a threatened attack on that laland. Collecting ten ships and BOO n in Cuba and marched t< l*uert< Principe, which he took and pillaged; and after.' plished the almost impos.-'ible feat of taking by storm the fortified and well g'trrlsoned town of Porto Bello on th^ mainland. all which things being now at the ( ,„-, and u fpw mM buUl Ui l T! 1 ^ Z.^,^ !" rry bark lo the president his S. d aJS. "J ,f B t.Sl^!'r marf tfllln. him, withal, he The fight did not last much longer d w to accept that slender %  %  ' ; '" ,-att. %  %  the arm whwwwtth hi "^ had Uken Porto Belln. and keep dig except the Governor who died As Usual much larger than his own. The fame if tin* brilliant exploit was, however, again obscured i>> abominab'a scenes of cruelly and ricbaucheiy. during arnica a gaUaon containing %  it .f the booty aped Moreover. Morgan .heated %  party .if hi. men thai he n.nl left further down the rival Ol The battla won. "the pirates Although these exploits had h eir share of the spoil, and fell lo eating and drinking, as considerably exceeded the tenm .>f ,,.| Un „.,j 1( Jamaica laavtni il; that la, n.mmiiung In l-
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the southern 4tp *f neutral Bvn aid brief eervlci
den and Russian occupied eastern pave U form-r Secretarv ot
Germans. - c,..,., C. Mai
Sneak Attnck tha mamotial,
Mid w<- apeak lo
I ' nil 'in if our purpose here
Ines Jaunrhed a sneak attack on is noble, if our thoughts ha
the powrrful NATO (Met racing spiritual valtte, if our courage
10 the rescue of betcagu<-ted Nor- high, then we Hand not only on
wuy Saturday In UM firM I . but on the noil
of the greatest poacttlrni navel tl '. loot, and out words g<
mairirtwvri net la America .ion.- but
The meek attacks <.- ippar- i aople of all lands >,, whom life
ently aimed ,it Brinun'l meat without freedom is worse than
povrerful fighting ship. Vjnnuni doath." t.r
and at it* meal
Gen. Uidgwuv
\\ arns Russia
siHKSNES. France. Sept. 13.
. H Kidgway
thai hi* Alii* i
Jimi". will -crush to earth" i
lot
M.ltMMiriK: John Btl '
id now a nursing]

Uan ih rnonUM
AOdon with toi, phoi
.loan Patricia
eavtrig lor Australia. Ha iikii
h, pound ol nej voice, her quick
laugh. He k to lit'-
If...:"" !houy "*** her from Australia ii.
for the first tune when
rived in Sydney thai w*
few hours later.
'
Plan Approved
STRA Bt H RQ Sepl 13,
an European Coal Steel P \
rnmedlate work on the constitution tor
B>littcal fadt Prance, fVaetern German) Iti
olland, Belgium and Luaembourf.
Bj . itroni majoritj tha 78-member Houae approved .>
plan to convert itaell tltutlonal Aaaembl)
and pn I poUUcal ui the ix
tnduatria] an't military
potential outatrlpa th.it o1 Soviet Husnia
I'll!' \
Wesl-liound
Trucks Bold
By Soviets
KING FREOEtlCK ol I)i
M
irk
Eagle, the veter.n: ll'u-.trloy, -m:
the v s eerriei WHchi.
Although they were no* expect-
ed with the nett laai than *ix
hours out ol BcOtUah portl the
eight-nation armada
It had Iteen esemtdl to SO miles
at sea by planes of the HAF
Coastal Command undM a plan
Wtsaraby the RAF took day pa-
trols and the United States. An-
force nic*it vigil
The lim warning that the Heel
was under '-attack" came when a membership
r010"" !'"k*' $ZL iSTvmZSZ'
that a torpedo had been lli-ed rv#0
. quickly "flred" level
with tin' "IlUnrttJOUi' and the
"Vanguard".
C'.jV. Disregard
Ma lik \s Objections
BaGe'i Col. See. W as
rvouritt* For
MtMTitor's Post
11 eed him to the throne
constitutional iimcndmenfj adopted b) Pai
KinBi aadaugli-
I by Helgn
(/'iU-rnational|
t .

Berlin end
(...|u-,- sUU I
. .. '. i .H i
lied on 1

hat twelve
On S n, raliad
II
UNITED NATIONS, Sepl 13 |OFOHGF.TUWN. B.C., Sept. 13.
delegate JacobX Malik " Daily chronicle'*
Buffered Wha| .na\ well bg btl ' "respondent cabled to-.. .
ha United Nations Sir William Savage. Governor ol
unity Council dU-| Barbados, will be new H.G.'i Gov-
reaarded I and voted amor. Pgevtoua reporti bad mei
rninU) to debate the tioiml Sir Andrew Wnght-
ppUcj U
Lao Cambodia,
Gfii. Haaleclocqae
Visits Bry Of l'unis .
TUNIS. S'pt. 13.
Tne rri '
Jean de Hautei
Friday on the Be) it was widely reported 'hat he
delivered a stern Freni
to the Bey's reel I
posed French reform programme.
official clrclwj malntai
ever, that the vartt wai purely
one ol COUrtl
dntniBi
M.l Ii who will t,r telurnini:
ibeblj * next
dad that the appii- ,vvoi>7ie
i cation reta -
' uri lo the Council's Coma
membership. Instead the 11-
i nation bod] decided m three sep-
.nrate vet) -he appli-
C
Ihi
A
do*/]
known that U> I
rual Fl
l>v the
French cabinet, t'-l"
tCyprus'" Governor, Sb John Arun
dell, the Windwards' Governor
ami lion. John Chltch, BX1
Colonial Secretary, now O AC as
probable .successors to Sir Char.c:i
In ll.G. the newspaper'
the past weeks have i><, i
crowdad with lattara uTgtng <<
appointment of Hon. John Quten
and a move wai bjlna
peUUOn Whitehall foi h
meat, emphasising big poive.i
abOlty and hi-, hrst hand bnow<
ledn of U i i coi in
Gulch durUU the past Mo yewi -
became popular throughout Um
beared thai
Whitehall Will DOt create a pre-
i'ANML'NJOM. Sept. 13 cedent to promote a Colonial 8ae-
Communist aoldlei w ked Ully f,, ,. Governor m the same
panniun-lroUmy wll||,. gpyaynori ll
colonies are entitled to protnotlofl
Sir Alfn-d Savag" the Dall)
(hrnielr\ Londca report say* he
ha an imprest ve reoord l" Bar-
.( has a reputalion for
being one of the best dressed
Governors.
RuMia EVepuiog

Commifrtist
Surrenders
Ihe corridor I
jom to the UniU-1 Nation' Una
laet night and fave bunaaW up to
the same two United States ma-
rlnes who accepted the iiuTendef
of a truoa driver 2* boon before
disclosed tin
mornlna. Th
the ih-rd Red to
bra k through tii-- arm-
irsp within a week.-f.F.
FIGURE IN EGYPT'S NEW CRISIS
Producer Leave*
tail Today
HOLLYWOOD. Sept, 13 J
IToduccr Walter W..
chedule-i ...... from Jail
man OVOi
'
.
r, served 10J daya

voundint:
II'
itefugw Reveala Soviet
In Iriguv \ ml Corruption
WASHINGTON Septi n I
LOVE FOR A GERMAN GIRl aused .i Kussmn \-
flee into L'nited States custody fpom tin- Soviet Zone ul
anj ir tclli i hi was "extremely
inU'lliL. i*" ''very frank *
but vet % craft
An it Rf* of subiwts InHurl-
mtrljrueand moral decadenei U StaUn'g onclal family.

ataten ' Ihi I Jom pfa Beria,
head of the Inualan eecrel pol.....
to bw-
I*or "l%ssiblf War"* ,1" *"h ''
"" Ihn I them
WASHING :- -.

against tha United t
donunanl
a refuge. t hag 1
'
The Btab d, pai m. i
. | .
with an ui
Ruminn who bel
. .
lest" arc not v<
no) verj opUmi Uc about the ou)
com.- of Hire the
met i -ucii an
long t,>r (he
port said
.. He had "heard 1
rhe rei ... | *.i ; v. M Uototov

pcrien
Pj ; luct of In-
told hi^ bit rviewei Ii ah
that the An-- .i
take In no die Bovtet
regime aft, r ha* Ing
Q Bui
' I : i
I

i ' --<-,( Rve HKM

b> Berlin rommunlri preu said
I Wi i liinei "a-
Biven iw.. Miri In |all
i
epublb "
P said Wllhetm
Slebs n Bed a om Kii I Germmro
v.,^ picked up Iin communist

in June He convti led ot
talei i i

One We n ad three
...

muubng

: i.m u too da
WhO do HOI want the national par -
i ved of their
ovi relen i Itolegaies voted 51 lo i on the

Front*1 ..r i-i.
:, !,

:

p. Mi nil
bet I II FP

Barlu Um Houa

i > It.i'F delegj U Mil hai I I> bre
lIUHMl I
fed> nrUon
^,-.1 the work "f
lutions \ mblj by
refe tl i taak to
Kperl VT.
Soviet Ships
Take Food
For India
LONDON, |
, announced th
i,- iilt'ct fi-i India with
fi--i f,n the famine stricken
. o no
UMa ...
I:.-.. iliHtnbute it
id object
'h pn-oii ||

dlcUtoi
i
u .

F.'rugKle for Power

nft
m rally
.in Raai Bet I -
a ii nnd Fan Ism i->i pee
.ii-ni."
in- Qerrnan voutl ceannutnlat
lion < ailed on east and
I west German \"uths '< dcmim-
liate aiHtnat western aUtOd and
V. I rititrnet
I -D.F!
\tu llir|i School
Opened bi GtetmSk

I MM. Si pi IJ
rare*
ided tl
opanini --f the Anatl
si hool ui r -oi< en lasl
i ... Qovemoi Arundell
the f.,11, Ar.-h-
llct. of the I
.- a,-i often to deatrud B.<
i,, ,ii. <> on
- .-. i i i I
.,, '
nan ml on-iid.11- --I tin- Lean -
if ail denorn
Board ol Education, wai
hi unv lllnga ol li
!,.< ,. UOOi "' UM l-uildings. in-
r.llIM
Ihe s-ii.-tv ha

rOVl'l
familie

i | ivornment ,"' "
BevuM
ii that iilc i,--t and
oLnpanion cash gbft would bo
. |
I...... Conunitsee lot
i,* stsrving'' in UM Aud-
i ol htadi i Phe Indian
. ,.\ at uw io<"
1

merit n*eif ot i- the Indian Red
The iii'i am ' \
. (go returned i reuei -
pat ixio from i onununl I -
. .
Ihui .i bould be dlati Ibuted i i
i iicii ilnged "Joint Corn
Lelnld Bol......
Um AMI Union Central
i, ;. i nun i lunctl, announced
dcpartui I i hlpi foi

i
t r
Ttinisinni Will B- lU-leaied
TAJ1
...
, ..
.....i -1' thi
will U-
e,l on Monday,1'T.
Gen. Dwifhf D. Eisenhowsr
GOF PRESIOENIIAL eamlidauGen.
Dwight D. Kuwnhnwcr, In a for-
ei| i poUey aaaaeh oeHvered in
, hla, aecuae* the Admini-
stration ot bungling the nation
"perilously close to World War
III He outlined a 10-point pro-
I'-im for winning world peace.
i anhuaai raid Ike country's
ultimate goal must be Ihe "geri-
."iiamenfof all countries.
Eisenhower
Supporters
In Majority
NEW YORK. Sept 13
D. H.-M-nhowi-r s back-
control
ovei the top poeitloni of the
ii Party with icshufTle
ii the National Exei utlva Coin -
I i
Ii pres louelj oo nald red
bj th- 'rirnds of
Sen itor Rnl i
lit I iiiowvi support-
i,(t men
i .
(uveriiiiiL: IIihIv
>.. rnlnj body of ihe
t | inmittce
I
munced by Repunllcan run......i
Aithur F.ummerdcld
'. .-.*
alignment pruaenl

against BlsenhoweT loi
the July
i *.r.
B ii -
v bo
] S1 t>

I
.

rnent "r.i*.


efed
IratlHTs \flo|l
Sadarj Rropoawh
f.'asl Europe Must
Litmrmte Itself
vNKFUBT, Sept II
... .
roretaa Relation
, .
It
..
u I
EOYPTIAN PREMIER Aly Maher Psaba lleftl has realgnsd in tbe
fac* Of prwuiure from military I^saer Ma). Oen Mohammed Nwguili
(right), according to Cairo di-patches Gen. Nsgulb declared he would
form a goveransnt ''mostly of civilians" to rule the troubled country
Aly Maher became, premier when King Faronk *i deposed His
resignation coincided with a wido-pread political purge.
'frirrmaiional'.
Shah Real firms His Desire
For Oil Dispute Solution
TEHU
A court official calle
.
B
de-arc for a r-olul on |0 the Oil
.
1 a Visit
1 v th,- B D'Affa rs

its bv Mossadegh.
'
\nglo-
Reli.it>!' I Mossa-
degh
d thev
may
a court
I < present oil tangle and ask-
Middlei

i
that Brl-
M m^ke greab -

my of the Unitid
Stales was sa d to have lead Uw
l#lp ran
.1'inugh it might fur nsh
Or Halmar Schacfal f-imer
-
i have ap-
I of
tan bank notes, but
'
B29'sBomb North
Korean War Plant
Waves of United Krr. eflantly orried [he "u"
Korean war lo the doorstm of both the Soviet Ui.....i and would
Chin. nMelftamr* j -ft m.
with mhi tuns of demolition bamhs at northwett Korea ...
vital Sulgho plant directly across the Yalu River fr- wlepeliduaooa.
Manchuria. Thev reported "good to excellent" result* I Uut hn"' "f ,n'"1" do '"' '''"' '"
light navy atUek-bon I
from the I
"Princeton" and "Bon U.-it,
Richard" in the Jaian S>
Northeast Kon
centre of Hoervong within sight
'I
'
Siberian frontier Nat
aid tha' tl
the 30 (arrack* in th.*

rest. Ui H
.... .

i. -

nil I .
in-1 pn par-
(irant Dies
tO go
gainst then thej "iust lib-


lion



.
, ,
fog Unlonafi meeting was,
I to begin at It, but it
i..i i ot \f ". iftai
i .
.
( bv m
ben and their lark of punr'ualiiv
,r.,Ving.
Tae pa) ddeot, Mi t Q D
... ttent
iceount '
.
MRYKRSTF.IN DIES
GRENADA Sepl II

LONDON Sept 13
tendeni D t-i
l 6eu -. i i
...
'. ,nv "Seraphiii Torn t >ii n
i i'
Ru

("ommuiust attempt to

i central fr-mt A few
Turkey Impresses Ritlgway
'

Dem onstra tors
Enter Hrussels

I :.s. Sepl
of .
II




ii, ..rni.li irirn rv I ' ....... ..........

d an attack of tr >


v duel rocked the entire area
peak and I
lark on tl




-ir

id because of the bun -


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about in
aayuii:

'

little \l any corudderal
nng Ited nggressloi.
Almoa


t r
100.000 I .,llci Ui
.
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I
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i i) tngh:
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....
Include a v.-st


lion by I

i l-
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k>#lSlVllltmil KltM.OI USI
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fur m .fi
JoOn __.
V".i llnl^u..,
4 M jn
CECIL JACK, yeauig Yiueealiaa
pMnltt gave Plain, Recital a!
I
Incidentally, it
of note th:it on the I2ih Be) I
her. IMIa year a (toMr Jack
also treated u ..,.
jii hence "I;.....l.uinrii htm we
PUUUgf whose tecllNHnM
. xa ii. are hi*,... that of ;i mer
amateur This was hi* swu^i
bow at tOe Butts* Cmjiu ii ukI
hf reelUI only served
to substantiate thr opim.
Iti-lli .m I .ip.ihiln,.
The programme which m
divided into five vm;
''iioaen to as to bring out
i| lit* of the piaMst. N't
doubt, after hearing "Sarabande"
[kl D Minor by H.mdei
by J. S. Bach and Turkish
March" by Mozart, one realised
ih.it Mr. Jack had with.; !.-
grasp the fundamentals that will,
with steady praetlre. blossom
forth to produce a pianist of
brilliant capabilities. This group
he played with tenderness (-ring-
ing out the melodic genius in-
ended bv th>* Composer*
lasts Hand Only
The second Group. "Sonata"
Op. 49 No. 2 In O. Major featured
two movements by Beethoven and
"Lucia di Ismm. i moor" by
Donr/ent sir. I-caclietiakv for ihe
I'-ft hand only, brought f..rth
rounds of applause from the
mdlenre who sat enraptured.
To be able to mailer vith pi r'cc-
lion such u piece as Luc:.. > EAT IfOWIII
Lammrrmoor"- S. *
irand opera written in ihr, meU
and (Irst produced at **apM-a-~Mi
Jack must have been surcaB&fi.I
in learntnf the fundarr.-nt;.:'
v*.nh will further d .
After The hneevn.
Aft r the interval in.
sat in readme** knowing
better half wn yet to gumc
"Prelud-s" hi A Majoranu C
Mit...i Walt*" , b Minor
F.uilaiMe Impr- mu'v" and "polo-
laise" m A Flat vlainr -- rv
Frederie Chopin W.- saw what
wan perhaps Mr
h-- handled he
usafullv With 'hr ;ev
I mwiat lo ^ r" n1
e.t the feetmieal uail
Relaxed ted C irffaVnt
Now convinced rh^t h ajgg M
"'"' amateur. Use asasieiv- kearo
Croup 4 by Seh'jre *n. German
liianUt. "Trum-ei iDr-amrpii
' Auf-rh'vunsT "OMuW fVfhims) v, re handh-d
wnoothlv and with deep tender-
new Soaring and Whims an
rn the Fantasy Piece-
The former gives 'be Idea ot
riling and in Whim* was h Mien
a wide range of express!*. His
.ilnlity 'o interpTet effectively cx-
.n-tly what the ."mine" inieiid-
ed. is indeed an .tchi'-vement.
rffeetive InternretatioM
With the programme irawmx
to a close, we heard kmn of the
most difficult pieces of the
evening's entertainment In Mt
Jack's !. TIM Hall
fit The MounUm King" by Gneii
the Mnrwtsuan Compeer, which
' Anitra'* Dnnre in which
Pecf Oral i-nvt. th Hall <>f the
Mount.-tin King the nm
ird i^'-i though coin-
gara'l^efc- Qjajet It laktr becariie
more and mare fr n7ia> until. >n
MM' end. it ln-eairm alraaai an>
oagy. To my mind 1 thought the-
iMn pr. '.ition BMast effeetrve l>u'
i-idered Ihe It ul "I l"e
bm ami vet to follow.
t'oitrerio Familiar
T.ietne from 'he I Movemen*
Minor Cvmntvr hv
P irmnaninnrT 'hotiafi ontple to h
. i. in LtMtf . woaft of r ;it
i"ebniawa. Mr. Jfek* inten>ren-
tiiw> was mawterlv To end tff
m^imn. rVrfltbaaStar** bv
o ...<.m'inort ,t bufTonnleft an
irviHfble jnar^wiioo.
CaMll Jack is
with i .lerly detlmnl
to ins mutwr. He
1 ehsneal w-a- and -1 he msnn-
tnina an unmercenar* attataale
t. warda his music hv ill. f -r-
nur--. develop 'ntn a wanist Of
bign esteem.
Thanks 141 due to the Represen! -
Jtives of the British Council fi>i
aaakkaa Eh| ir>griimme poaaibl
and! also lo the audience wb<<
availed themavlves of the op-
portunrtv of hearing it.
Cohib QcdUnq
-W., KM. II.. 1
i ri.avn \nu
> \K1 or TB* Hh
!' II Will H
Going To
Sleep Is
HAMLET
< ...t 1.* Seon
ROCKING
HORSE
.-. INNER
mt n %is.
-. I*-Hf. La
> \a (sossiaa -
>>p .-nine a
M
KaaasMfJ aMH
on.*
iton, "
ini Mn.
tair11m
PiAXA "THrAfLlH
KumcrrowN
iiii inn

ni'.f Mti >
rHTN
To d a To-inoiiai
BLUE SKIhb i n i
Ml hi THIS .1
iPATE
OCTOBER 4th
PIRATES DANCE
Mil hum: iu a h Jnea Haniln Slf-I Hanttti
Itlmittiiiiri- I'll lirkfl rinlfi
So Tiring!
1 A 12-STONK man uses up ss
(much energy to Kood night's
l>leep as he wou.u on .1 six-mue
walk. Scientists reported this after
: lasts In which they mrasured the
leneigy output of ii<< students
ovu 13 day*
They ..]>,. found Uial. TUfe
average mm spend- about 40
.1 day dressing and shav-
mg.
MAKlNii bad)
iv.it ..-. lUsghaJ .1* wa'hiiis
dishes.
WASHING socks it. nsOrt .
lau.-tini: lhan peeling potatoes.
A Rt-'MBA take., .dmost as
mm ti out of 1 m 11 u in eight-
some re*L
WHEN 11 big man gfti UMtrt-
ing to the ftogUESOt lie uses up
energy 1-stei lhan ffnl
.laiiii J 1 ..
The measuremefit^ were made
r:y a team at Edinburgh Urn-
|M| by Dr. E. Pa*sa*arr.
; Has i>i .1 portable
machine whirh selenti'l* hope .
Use tn find out vhii-h mdn*tn I
jobs are the most tiring.
Celling Stale
THOSE who look on bread as a
starchy, fattening food will b.'
surprised lo hear thai it so
supplier the average family with
ii-jily i.nc-third of its muacl"-
building protein, according la
broad-baking expert Dr. A. J
} ^e stars *;
n ^.VP^
mi; Sl'NDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1952
Look in the saetsun
lind what your oudcek
l:i Ahich your '-.rthday comas
.11 curding to the stars.
TAUKI '
April Eft M* -f
* AEUsM a'aveurable asaecu Donour >Daritabte ^
March fl A art! 'JO ared>. seeking and granting favours, doing 9
vwnttaf work cheerfully. Other contlgura-
* linns warn against pettiness-. Pray. .
* *
ration atcuiac.v important. Youj
w.,-.iliori itrcsso patiencw, avoid- j^
, .1 J faimlv neighbours.
* *
Ha 1101 carelass in treatment of loved j
ones, ni' 1 then to whom you can bring *
phtaaui-- We should help make others
li;pfie. *itp bottet living. .
* *
Favuui..ble day On whose, with your
mile
GEMINI
j. Hay II -Jim 21
-n -Jkily El -0JUU
I pQrntk
1 ii con be a more fruit- ,
rinM .iTt'Kl church: then enjoy 1 healthy
pastim*.* ^
COCKTAIL DANCE
IN AID OF
FUNDS of the CONVENT
ORDER of the
GOOD SHEPHERD

Scientist. .lie >-\|i intent in ;
With chemicals which can I)-
addod to dough to delay the
taJjaig of bread.
Bnrtors are ool >' MtatfUal
that Ihe antl-staling etMimWall
-a on Id be harmless if aafal 1
regularly
llellu. Cousin
IH) *(ll k gp hi .....
|J you do, " .tuinifc 10 !.., 1... .
ad onuan lfiumi bm rapurMu
tin* Uruisli Associaiion til DaUaM
r"> pi'up., 1.....13 Kiiisu y
with them unlean ttu.. ip|ien
live in ,ni' euuniiy m at uir BSM"
aide wnere to >penu a cneap DOlJdBj 1
ntn eouotna, ajui raeMy burner
IH*. Jaate* .Magey .*aid.
After a ilreside quiz in Oxford
home* l>r. Mog-i reported
1 MORI FAMILIES live !n
fiiction lhan 111 frieiuuhiu.
2 THE POOREHI ,.,opl, ..
. tin* moat stoie uy lainilj He*.
1 But, they, too. toag interest in
. I.11I0US if they move to ,1
>,ctter-cla*s houwe.
:i MOTHER u the linchpin .l
most family eu.le -. II-1 deti'.h
break, the main link between
ihiklutt. and separate family
groups quickly spring up around
|ha iimlhcTs of the nc
LEO
Jaly 4Aag ts
VIIUO
: !! .a
apt. H4--Oet 23
aCOElMO
Oct. 4Rev 78
AlilTTARlU*
*
1 DNka honoured
beneftr aspect. t.
///*/. / f* 1 / vr 1 / \ / ///: u fjim
HAIXT.Ai\ TIIF. SCtHHtl.
comfort rm:
JOIN THE THOUSANDS FOR
SICK
4 MOST OIRI.S hkc to got a
home miir their mothers when
thrv marry Nearly .15 p*T cent
of the wives who live in Ihr
uHlie of Oxford were burn ther--.
onipnred with only 2S per cent
of "i. husbands.
l*rople who were asked why
ihev did not mix with Uagfi
nnalfrrH usually made the juur-
ne-.* i\n eeuse. Tho rent reason
w c tbaj iwnpre who go up in the
world get snooty, and their poot
relation do not like visiting
* *
- -You are innately sunn
now with your planet';
Ideal indications for i good Sunday, par-
ticularly when you art trulv charitable
and iheerful. -ft-
* *
iwiu You i".'ii make this an encouraging day .
Ahg 23-Bspt OS for many interests. Church, and useful J%
1 1 inaajrt Don't seek unneces-
B17 IggUM tba* could be handled better on af>
vactl days. ^^
* si
Heed I'ivii'c t. Taurus, your Venus
tailor BOW. Vou will find great
oinfort. t-ncourugement hn pravei. *pirilual
Kegard health, too. j*.
? - ^
- Your Mars. agHin fnvourablc, adds stimu-
US to day: encourages healthy sports, out- at*
loor activities, spons>irs our military and
.ih.i I! N agencies.
* *
Mile 1 > imtn going t 1 drtighl. continuing tonMirrow. Whatever^
Hot S3 -liar |((] .,|lvlMJ|r ,im , np()r. ,.,. ,. DqQ*| J*
jw tl God:
.. *
, 0APR1COEN '''' '' ' day, foi mucli .i\ .nmncnl ^
* Dec a -Jan. HI '""rk "; '" i.idway No need to neglect g.hI .ml J
vour houI's noiniahmcnt
* *
Da/ dors not sanction sudden decisions,^*
or change* m things running satisfactorily.
But on whole it Is friendly, will bless r*Ti-
glon, ch.inty. wholesome fun. children's ^f
cUvftMH "
* -1
\ illations going to very beneflc nm4l
hmomw. Spend day as 9|injuiy should
ff 1* spent. Church services first. Pleasant
family, social gatherings with children,Jr
sponsored. ~
BORN rODAY: Many fine ..Hnbule5. including
Ucgnty. dep,.n(|.,bility, loyalty, devotion to famiU
iiul'i. Unusual t.ilem Ibr arthrth a-ork, writing-^C
_ seulpturinf, de,..rating, daaigtung fabrics, clothes
for mum. the stage Also mechanical ability. Tend to work
af> loo hard. Impairing health, davaoatlioii. Be sensible. tafccaV
needeti n-r ^
aWrUaaate: Albm-ht Walden.stein (WaUenatehn. fantotis
J*. "heinian gen'l. _
^??^aKJXJAjEaKJKJ-;*
LADY SAVAGE. wife
Excellency the Got
1 miles flight In "Miss
Bim" on Saturday last. September
The aeroplane was miet ' b)
Mr StiBdi.n Toppm and) latdy
Sav^iaa- waa a> <<>inraiiial b.
Mai.* Dani- Vaughfk A.D.C
Uia* S.ivar *'!* the B..r.i-
do! Light Aeroplane Out
1. ting how much she an
flight and especially seeing Barba-
dos foi the first tin* li-om MlM
Bam
m-tlitim? U SI. Hntthia*
AT ST. MATTHIAS on Thurs-
day afleinoon Miss I
Phillip.*. Nurse at the Mental
HospUnl and daughtei of Mr.
Robert Phillip* of Hindsbury
Road became the bride of Mi-
Keith Walrond. of Tudor Bridge
iind a Member of the Inspectorate
of the General Board of Health
The bride who was given in
Ti.irriage by her father was
at'.ended by Mis- Violet Walrond
as Ma id-of-Honour with Masse-
Patricia Philllra- and Naomi
Spnngei as Hri.Mwnatds. The
flower girls were the Misses 1.
Walrond and Betty Daniel.
The bestman was Mr. Stanley
Piggot and the uahers were Mr.
Ralph Holder and Mr. Kov
sYgfrond
The cereii.ony w hn>i was fully
choral was performed by Rev. M
E. Griffith* and the honeymoon
Is being soent at Bathsheba.
fnr Ten Day*
MRS SENORA DE CAVIC-
CHIONI and two daughters
arrived in the island bv BWIA
during the week for ten Csstya'
holiday. During their stay hero
:hev .viM be guests at St. \mw-
rrn-e Hotel.
WaVaWa)
MRS. fHANK THOMAS wfio
has been spending a few
months In the island returned
home to St. Vincent on Thursda>
afternoon bv B.W.I.A. She was
. praK of Mr. and Mrs H. S
Enstrnond. Upper Collymore Rock
MMff* Krturn*
MISS OLIVE STEPHENS n -
turned to British Guiana on
Friday last by BW.I.A. after
oraaaTUj two week* etoliday In
the island. She is a teacher aim
during bar stay was a guest at St.
Lawrence Hotel.
For \ur*ing Cour*v
MISS CICELY INNISS. eldest
daughter of Mr and Mrs. G.
i ( St I.eonard's Avenue.
11.' a former pupil of Queen's
College will be Leaving by the
S.S De Grasse on Tuesday for
tofffsfal where she will enter
No.th Middlesex Hospital to lake
I Nursing Course. The Course is
expected to last f.ir about three
yeai*
To Vpnozueki
MRS. N. RUBIO and her two
children were among the
pa**engers leaving for Venezuela
by B.W.I A. yesterday morning
They bad been spending about
six weeks' holiday herf as guest"
0 Motel Royal
VI
MK
Shrttml LgfeJaaVH
MR LEFANU will give
sccoori Iwture 1
Three Contemporary Novelists"
ni ihe British Council. "Wakc-
rleld". White fnrtt. uimorruw at
'1 00 pin The subject of tba
lecture will bO "Graham Greene".
SupiTvi*tpr 201 h
Century fox
R. EDWARD COHEN. Supvi-
vutor of 20th Century "*ox.
who arrived here on Thursday
evening from British Guiana left
l.y BWIA .-1 Friday for Cara-
cas via Trinidad. He was accom-
paaafld bj Mi Loukl Milan. Man-
aging Diicl,M' f 20th Centurv
Fox.
Mi Cohen's happy impressions
of Barbados will undoubtedly
Li mg htm back soon.
To Slwrfv Widitinv
MR BARRY AUGUSTE. St
Liicinn Island Scholar 1M2.
who prtotnt hoUdaytaai in
will 1* leaving by tho
S.S I> Gm-sie on the 16th Sep-
tember for Ireland wboro he will
dn Mad* in. H incAnog is
also holidaying with him
He at guOat l C Selby.
Ikaat.
Wt .Se-ssion ul flnuwrtift
C-nlre
ANOTHER SESSHiN of Day
and Eveinn: CtMoSg will
Centre.
Bay sum r lBhn s*-p-
tember Miss lw Au-vne. In-
stiu.-ie--. assisted bv Mrs B.
. 1 1 Boon win
conduct the classes I
scheduled |0 OTsd III >>
Two huudrud and ik'>' - '" "
hiiI- haw iegi-trre'1 and the aub>
ictU lauglit ns. til include Assorted
..Ke and Pastry. Carlb-
,!.!!>. idvucod Cake
s
t'utting an,i Bowing Smocking,
Elementary Pattern Drafting. Sim-
ple Dressmaking, Advanced Dress-
making and Handcrafts.
There will bo a refund of two
shillings to each student attend-
ing li% of the Classes at the end
of the Term.
MRS. EVAN EOSS
VMAgy If ftt Pnlrirks-
ON SATURDAY afternoon at
1 M o'clock : Si Patricks
(toman Catholic Church. Miss
JMB EOWn eldest daughter of
Roach of Pilgrim
I'lae.-". Cftnft Church was married
to Mr. Evan Ross, son of Mr. and
I Rofg of Gainsbor-
WolchM St Michael.
Tft,- ceremony was performed
PirhlgnWU, S J and the
bride who was given in marriage
by Mr J. B, Field wore a Bnwn < wllfl Hose fittinE
bodice buttoned to the waist and
long close litting sleeves. Her
Of the satin ended In a long flowing
train Her linger tip veil was
held in place by a beaded tiara
and she carried a bouquet of white
g. idenias. Queen Anne's lace and
I I pgajj roars.
She was attended by Mist. Sheila
C-rter a.- ma id-of-honour and
the Misses Patsy Roach and
Daphne Ross as bridesmaids. The
Misses Gloria Perkins and
HMthOf Field won the flower-

The rnaid-uf-honour won long
dress of pink stamped net with
strapless bodice and a stole while
the bridesmaids wore dresses of
blue stamped net cut on similar
all wore picture- hats
iten.,' and carried
H |. ootassjofi "f pink
md gerbera*.
The flower girls wore dresses of
W ith frilled atari
hood bonnets and carried virtor-
ian posies af pink and blue forget-
me-not-t
The dutie of bcstinan were
by Mr. Bertrum
Banileld and thuae of ushers fell
to Mr. Clayton Greenidge. Mr.
Noel McCooney, Mr. Cyril Per-
kins and Mr. Edward Perkins. A
ocopuoi afgg held at the bride's
home and the honeymoon to being
spent at Hide-a-way, Gibbs'
Bgajaft, St Peter.
PIECE*
fab. 11 -March 2
VOI
-a <*. 1
[-lilting
SO SHE BY THE WAY t> Beachcomber
COCKTAILS
AND
DANCING
TO THE TUNES OF
THE SOCIETY SIX
AND
ALL STEEL BAND
CRANE HOTEL
MONDAY 6th
Gel.
From 6.00 p.m.
whas nUBB
AIIMISSION $1.50
DRCSS OPTIONAL
them because they have Ho dress,bridge Un..
up. Dr. Mogvy said. I parts claim
Money in Milk
A FARMER with ..
wows can save Time fgafl I M
!vear by using inilk!ii8 machim
'"""ad of milking bv hand. Carl
*ity aajricultui.ir x-
When is a Kipper."
liOVKRNMFNT
............. ..leutists, led,
J. A. Levern. are Inves'i-
gnting exactly what goes on inside
a herring when wood smoke
tm-ns it Into a kipper.____________
SAYS...
Fram NErVELI. KtHiF.RS
NEW YORK
HOLLYWOOD hearts bent a
little faster *il:* r-rc.iu.e hone\
hatred Hedda Hopper is bringing
out a biKife.
For 62-yenr-old Hedda is one
of Hollywood's gossip uueens. She
hits nciirly egO.OOO a year (be-
fore taxes) for chattering 10
tO.uOo.nuo radio lis-leners and
read rs of her column in more
th.m 811 newspapers
Her viihiect: The misdeeds of Hollywood celebrities
She knows them all porsoiiiillv
She has been there 30 year' S".'
is the woman the stars dare no'
offend.
Hedda's book 1* iiied Km
Under My Hat." Hats are her
'Hidenuirk. She spends nearly
1.800 a year on them.
And now from under her hat
Hedda Hopper has produced 1
bookful of stories like these
Big Ears
CLARK GABLE got his start
with his big ears pinned to his
head wtlh the make-up man'
putty
MAE WEST, interviewed on
marriage1: "Monev and succes*
(Int. I've been engaged a few
times Mother ;ilwjv found fault
She was right
"If I hadn't listened when sir
said IM get tired of them. I'd
have had In Koll OaH a fortune
for divorces"
MABUNI imnniCH to'd
Ribbenlrop m pre-war Londo^
"I don't go out with strange men
When Ribbenlrop said surelv she
knew him. she replied- "Onb by
reputation."
CLARA ROW 1 Win
Garv Coper put lus arms roun 1
larsignrti m simplify and streamline tiling in your
4 fllcc these uaudcrn all-steel FIMNT. CABINETS
BM m.1 u luxury, hul a necessity. And excellent
v iiluc Inn I
Hoktop Drawer
:'-nrinvi>r Cahioet
-I Dnwttf ('jiiiiui'i
.vi2
II7.BB
Slnlionerv Pri*s>r\
s' :i sihs.rhi
Personal. portaLU- Filing
Smnll Card Filing Cabinets ^^ cwnpfe|e with
(mulliple rirusAcrst SK.3S Filri *JI OS
JJBF" t'uinparl Storage Saves Time and Spare
k It HUM. Mo. Il
loner BroMcl %-
DUSK WH MUni as .1 belated
sportsman present. >
self ;it tl .1. do .1 ,.'
Shrillwlllle the IMI ,,f the
M U..... 1* O, who Ii
rd <*' KllCOCg robin.
To the butler's question he
I . thai Si. A:i-' .
Tumult < on ih
n M '1. time he
russalod wh.it i<>,ik.fi Uka 1 rook
rifle to the aged retainer, saying
"Shove this weapon In the gun-
rooni "' nil IfaMroen I
CEBM Into the hall, to offer
hi.'pitiiht v 1..- rOui party
he BIjBBd Aye. mon
sti.ihger I roDoWOd | gTOUH BOO
deep into the imdMgTOWU) and
missed rru path." "Can I
a drink"1" ashed the cou
1 hop.- rou can," n
stranger, smncklnif his :..
fouhnough slip* up
POULENOUGH (for it wa* liel
JT conducled himself admirably
all through an excellent dinner.
until the very pretty girl next to
bim said, during a lull in the
gooei.il conversation. Are vou
t -ii l -Miking deer......You bet
1 am. darling." replied Foulen-
ough. off his guard The gi.l
blushed and laughed. I w;i>n't
(idling you dear.'* she al I PI
quests drew in their breath The
Macaroon frowned Foulenough
took a deep draugh- .1
i-ght damn ihra.
nie I feel like a horac Hut nr
picture with (laia m.1.1. horaa
riding Cooper a star. He toOM ..II
hl| servants for I ride while she
-swam, wearing nothing hu-
huge straw h.it.
llhiMagfiliiBi
TALLl LAH BANKIIKAD turn-
ed handsprings for . banker mend
at his party at the Waldorf .ifa.
he carelessly promised to give her
anything she named Sh tuunad
the price of a passage to Engbiii
Cochren had promised T.illulali
*, The prom;
passage led directly to '
HF.IHlA HOPPER .,., ,.,<,.[( |
left home to fM'iipe being a
butcher's daughter, and it does
seem ironical that [ was to inaaal
the res' of mv life dealing in ham."
I. I .s
with one slmt." he aMd, "HOW
m oaTtta did that hiipper"" a-ked
Id MeKippercitilzie "A lucky
chance." repllod Foulenough. 'The
m-i c ii. elm 1. j: they
were all eattBa] out of me nni
bucket.'* Dead ifianae. The
i.Ktie: raw 10 leave Ik room
Befoie they could get to ilic gtoor,
Foulenough. throwing gU < lUttoS
U Is. saia loudh Si .11
1 logo m,. toJfaf
ll fjnaj hen- ..."
A RT. art. how CTOOl |
v your falthf I
aadtag aboul m
.iinheiire which itrUCft
anil flfeked cigarette-lighters o
see if their programme t
ami of what v.
po-ed to be going on on the
stage. And .1 mile Mj| of ihe
company "Thcy are bast when
they use their art to strike fresh
spark* off old human situation:;.
When they try to be trees or :o
illustrate the passage of man 00
earth, they are less understand-
able" A few fresh sparks stru'.-k
while they .ire trying 10 be trees
would at any rate save tho aud-
ience a number of matches
Wnr/riaal tint.-
DEOPLE who complain about
3 low-rKing jet-planes are con-
liuuMUy Ccmg told to lake their
- they Rash bv. A
belter loan is to slow them down
ry thumbing a lift. Or one might
On to Mie general din and peril
by employing "courtesy let-police"
to pursue thim over the roof-
tops.
tffin/r Ihe bird*
hTe ftrcaaM . Inttmatr aakj|
the birds o<. aha island that he
tailed them hp their Christian
Irlirtr on birth
pOR trunsneo, he would say to a
*v c .nnet. "Hello. Fred'" and to
.1 fetu.ilr MMgull. 'Him I .
Clara-"* Unbuptised petrel? or
-hi-nrwater* he would address n-
MBdam.'
I'.ilkinj- Point
Ererv wotnaM f icronq ustil afce
rries. Then she ll riohiinsrnr r-
\U Thomas Hah burton
(ITM-lMf,,
SUMMER MUSS GOODS
PLAIN BEMBERCI SHF.KRS Ivory. Peach Blue sue
PRINTED BEMBERHS exclusive DisigM PRINTED CREPES J, "
PIAIN SPUNS Whilr & Colnurs
PRINTED SPUNS
A\tr
SHARKSKIN While. Pink Ojntar, rrimrose, Torquoise. Azure (ill
Silt
4
M 4- SIM
T. R. EVANS WHITFIELDS BRANCH
Phone 4220
-HOE STORE


M \ii\i -.1 in vir.i i: 11 ikz
M NIIW AHUM \ i r
PACK TURK
m tiik a\i:w\
BLUE SKIES
By G. It.
CASTING back ibown during
tlw past few months. I gee th.it ere have been pretty luckv
in thai at least om- os. m iwn nrw films
with definite box office i
Barbados, that's not bad tn f told that
we get new pictim- TUi bOssta. the
case, we mi. now and
then, and this week. >ut 'it Into that category.
Not thai the pictures .n had
they're notbut of U,
have Man. I ean'i -.. l wax par-
licularly inspci-- -
did not see "BI.I r SKI1
is at the Plaz.i BartM
is not a new Aim. but on. ltH>k .
the east which um i
Crosby. .Tred Aetatr* and la
('aulrteld. a^ well us Irving I -
Itns song, hit*
liay". "Putt'ii On The R
Is The Anm M: J
< brtatoias,* and the title song, to
mention but .1 few
Mff you have the mr.M
a bang-up musical, to /
Of the fact it i- in T<
Stems ti> mi- I .
and thorough)'
Glory Alle*
THE Oloba a runn ...
feature this week-end-GLORY
ALLEY" and "ROSE
RON" but ncithei of ti
:o the standaid ol
have recently been shot
theatre. UiougJi lhea jiiav rttvwi'ORl)
new picture* "GLORY Al J JOAN UA"H
hjs a flrst rate : oppofttHlMj lOC good
trona .'tid Jack
j lie Caroo
contributta a tt

good all through, with sound por-
trayals by Louis Kasxnar and
blind iudge
and sympathetic newspaperman,
respectively, but the HOI
Bom of Ctaama
ROBS OF CD1ARRON n
BBOUI U Ihi *toi> l .<
white girl who is brought up by
Indiana. ire killed
dawn tin | prootpti)
n
In j.ui. but not '>! ksnj
nlng robber
and unaware ol
tennis up with htm. Th. rVi

ruaton, but
our Host- in the
end. with the help of I !


..th plucked eyc-hrows.
plunging narafllnai and Eastern
accentell tnto out Weal in moa1
lan, lha dualogus
ma dm >-
til ml i iditiK. 1 would lib
| up to the
standard -ho..tin*
This Woman is Dangerous
JOAN CHAWFOHI) in ermine.
mink ,md diamonds, plays the
thC in aster-mind Jo I
in unaga in "THIS
woman is DANGEROUS." it
Bridgetown. On the eve
milling house of
$90,000, ghi ha la going
ham -in opera-
Hon. Tin- robbery goes through,
i ttoapluu and uf courae,
the doctor. This
. .i way out Of Ml dilll-
of li-i gun-cragy rompaniorui it In
I -is to get
Or. He nearly does, too.
breaks Into the operat-
ing theatre and stall.-. -Intil..
However, the V II.I
i and they do this time
lag Joan free to marry
tin- doctor.
iwford la, as usual, glam-
| and sophisticated
iii degree and bei ward-
.1 bi> .'ipprccinteri bv
feminine audiences, but what act-
ing honours there are go to David
Brian as li | alOW Iwutnl and
trlggxr-hupi" lover. For a change.
-. not:-
iole. and acquits himself ade-
B. B. C. Radio
Notes
/IVI/Cn PKOSf A\B
fonan
In ( iribbean Voices'
Today
In the weekly BBC. pro-
gi.inime uf West Indian prore
nd pnetry'which m broadcast on
Sundays under the title of 'Cat-
tbl>ean Voices' the Eastern Carib-
be.iii usually i* mue*i hett'r
U il than Jamaica al-
i 'uld not l>e the
H I |iopuunion standard.
II Bi I of late this proportion
sterna to be chunging and OtU b
ni nipluled in newt Sunday's
bmadcast, i'h mat. when
the half hour will DO entirely
devoted to Jamaica with a prose
krleh 'Walking in the Hill ny
C'.imle Thompson and poems iy
Farm And Garden
(B> AGBM OL I
ANIMAL IMI'KOVI MKNT
THE SUCCESS ol tha rccrmt Poultn I
the efforts by the Poultry Ataociatlon to impi
standard of local poultry surest this note an
improvement. But first, let us warmly <>iui I'ulatc th<
oiyaiiisers and the participants. gss/MastU) thoan who ob
Ulined awards
Animal brenrfing. selection and reach th- c
the vlow and r.
involved in the production of Im- thereof. While mm
proved types are, tn the nati
of things, a closed book to the patMtW
average layman concemed >n in-""
the mam. with (hs gjm s/il
avai'abihtv of the protlj. whteh flit Wi
- vuluals. breeders' aasoi
00 YOU KNOW
9
Well soon have
that better
'u (vi headachei
liAKhFMM. Ill Ms
FOR AMAIEUIS
and

h
nssjQ no-in
Ralph M.. |D i
actor, petite and I
Carsn Kmi K a
actor, trumpet.i I.
and Jack Teagarden and his
orchestra. However, li-
stener la lent. Ihl
ranasyjM to get on tts
This Is probably due la
that the direcloi
been suffering from a certain
amount of indecision
exact type the finished |
be, with the reanll Ibal
out as n psychoioaieii t malodrsma,
flies off in several directions and
winds up as a ciu h '
psychological melodrama, s/ai
drama and musical. Ail
fusing, and one or f>"' rub-pIo*a
don't clarify the situation
Our Principal cbaracti
young prize tighter.
i.., hi
the last reel snDu out on his
biggest light, and prom|
on the skids. Helped
sobriety and den i
heart and friends, he
his mind to be I Korean hero
}u>t to prove he's no OS I
the ease and speed of Hollyw.o-i.
he acquire
and there s a heck of a turn-ou*
when he comea marching home.
However. If! still
has a few psychological adjust-
ments lo make. SJW
accomplished, there is a grand get-
together to the BO
some good old li.i ^
With .. btjdtgrouD
Orleans French (Junriti
ell. both of whom hi
leeentlv been heaui In this pro-
gramme It behoves the wnteis
of Trinidad, Bnrb-drw. British
Guiana, as well as those of the
BT ille* isTiinds. purticularK the
aniUna
Grenada, not to *liow Janialc* to
aoinm.ile fhe programme. Con-
tributions to Ihi" series are
reiOMskBd at the BBC
P O Box ton. Klnilston. I.m;mi
and the pny is good. de*a|ls of
this ran also be obtained from
rear 'Caribbean Voice'
is nn the air each Sunday fro.
T.15 to 7.45 p.m. in the 25 and 3
metre bands. 11.75 and 0.58 mega-
cycles.
B.B.C. Wavelengths
Last week we gave details c l
Ihe B.B.C. beams to this arCa.
Short-wave listeners to these
beams may lind that reception t*
miirrcd by interference of morse,
particularly on the 31 metre ban I
beam. If you have found th.
trouble you may prefer to liste-i
to London on the beams lo North
or South America which are now
coming in very well although net
directly beamed to us. The
Ih.uti- to Noith America an' o.i
SO 53 metres. 0M5 megacycle-
p.m. onwards and on
48.48 metres. 8.196 megacycle-.
from 8.15 p.m. onwards. |M
former begin particularly free
from interference. The beams
to South America are on 25.38
metres. 11.82 megacycles, from
8.15 p.m. onwards an/l 31.88
metres. 9.41 megacycles from
8.15 p.m. onwards as well as the
beams to the West Indies which
we listed last week The four
beam* mentioned above do not
carry the special West Indies
half-hours such as 'Caribbean
Voices' but for other programmes
from London In the General
OveTsent Service you may find
one of these better than the
direct beams to us.
Khama of the Uaiiuni>;ws4o
The name of Scretse Khama i
the Ban.angwato is now almost a
house-hold word. In a B.B.C
, : ....Hum- in the coming week
listeners can hear about the on<-
Inal Kluama of the Bainangwato
who died in 1922. Lewis Has<
inks who speaks about him flr-i
met him when Khama was about
90 but he has this to say about
mm 'He was a great African and
something of a genius Mr
Hastings points out that when
Kli.ima was born life in all those
territories north of the Orange
River was what It had been from
time immemorial, poor, brutisn
and short . 'But when Khama
died the tide of European devel-
opment had swepi far past the
kraals of Bcchunnaland and in
scattered cattle posts the little
herd boy*, hardly bothered tT
look up ai four-cngtned passen-
ger planes rumbling peacefully
From the Bronte Age to the
BgM of the aircraft! It's as if one
man's life has covered 3.000
years.' The talk will be in Mid-
week Talk' at 10.15 p.m. ->
Wednesday, 17th. September.
pI'Ull.l

1*1 tent. ,4 the-
efforts havi rectal aim i
object, i
ivilrsatk
lock Weeding ml bn.
I '
svar l
The
nnd
mighl be compareu w> a band ...
pilgrims toiling to establish them-
: elves against great odd.
Those natural m nun Bgfl
slvgg. caterpillai
ol ccurse to be e*
rdfufr- vr are aecuslwued 10
drouglil may be termed an .,t o, work
God." hut arisen il comes lo lurn- dmgjljF. |
MtK Gfl" the garden nalei then tn- "< i .
long stifTi ring > I s polleio*
m heling asjnri ved and Bekestioa, slsssi
General watei has ah. I lort uatuenee
"*' f ""> in BOOM dislruts. * BONslOI Of
""' 'he threat of cusssnsj ad .tii dwoUsits sert) a maturing
(arden water hang* like eis
'er our heads. lesssttance la p.
. J7 y, ,n an .anri whMtf ah**t TI-- them, can mm- ).,.......i v,,. .
E!i!eTii'?i.m u,;,un"',iuanuties biiefly ami kmnls Baj ..uiv Us-- -
beneath the surface, s (*" -
th-ought should bring
.'ater shot'tage '
week
.. iboui
.. not understood -Plllrtlll
by me general public What is 2E3K
the use of gardeners cotng through
nVa too oi piani :t raeds, and
rmsmg plant* if every bBM liter.
is u .light drought the garden
water Is to be cut off? It means
that weeks of hard work In th
gardsri is lost, and when BM
water is allow d on once more the
garden has to be started all over
again.
In spile of all these trials garden
livers persist in then- efforts, ami which have spe
persist with success as the r.
display of miniature gardens -t theu origin
the Museum bears witness Indian brec
This lovely show, and the splen-
tnd attendance which
who have had aclua
of the problem-
(he dinVullies am'
m the e"%> iutnm
I iirrlm...- ... i -, fhv
work-a-da.^ farm.
raiser largely p
immediate ecenornii ra
NOW. a inarveld
not under-e.tim.ite 1%)
Thii- nsMusjnoul *
fcnamp.es of bieeOv
in,- rni
recall th
of .',
^t^ '/*>! . Rrahmi
.,11!
shows plainly the 1^ wT ni- SLST^nCnTSrsmff
terest in garden*, and the general r. s'" '', AmOrlea
publu's love of flowers. Add U> f**Mf*1 """bach hog wl
hls the fad that well kept gardens V( r",v'
and nirroundlngi raise the genera] ',",,"": ' ""''''. '
stiiidard of the island., especially "'" '"'
in the eyes of oi.i vis'tors. and n 'yP^*. ar"1 "" ,IM Tin- |
doe* srem a pity that this flood "f "* '
work should be hamptrrl u ,n'' ma|" tlsalr balsa
totally unnecessarv fffOI afl BB '"at nri having to fi
erratic water suppls themselv. .,11,,t ",
Every tiny garden, or beuutihd wherever U.....,, 8jjd it Whlli
tree helps to beautify the island they Age ,,, m,,-
Sk> the occupant of the smallest particular
house with a garden bed of flow- natural ce *rs. shrub such as eroton, or a produced Ihem, thej
lovely yine can feel, not only ., prnvidim
personal pride in the aP1 ..,.,k ro,,,,,, ,vhllll , ,
knowledge that each small garden mir ,,p ,tf hl^,.| p|(Kl(
helps
lan?' **r*1 apP",r'"11'* ^ heiteT'L-eonomiV" j
Ing
Hi
For the busy householder who l"^!, 2 ""-reaslntf pop
na. not a great deaT of t,me o VS^LmJH'Y i !
mono, ... spend on the garden. oBSToTnoTur^ '
permeate things such as shrubs
and perennials are best. Shrubs.
and there are a variety to choose
from, once attention. Most of them flower
off and on throughout the year.
and are gay and lovely to look at.
Here are a few. Exora. red or
white. Portlandia, Crotnn. Pride
of Barbados. Hibiscus. Pti
and any
Km* ( DAM with
SHADEINE
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M.r.Ui.n.Wrwi'
rsauuiiofi *sh fu' cK*m >
oan soma for pm (' * vvhtii,,.
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Getting Up ISirj -
Makes Men Old
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frod Kooona la guarantaod u> sot
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oWTHE truck a bus tyre that was
ALREADY iVORE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER
JBjag aaatl al IflBasSSgrip in tyi*4gsnstJ| haw iauhi Dunlup
'"" '-' tiU -even the moil iiKicwful lyre
can Nr hcilrrrd I Bari pu-i what hat been done ro the Irtintnp
..n.I Bm I mi Huuiop icnigners hsve developed Irora
tin- tint bBNC pattern a tyre ihat i< cnnrrlv NI-W sraj
IMI'KOVI IV lhi> lyre, the brilliant B 6, ,
.^tt1 F0* *. to an up fresh records for low-cost i
Bias, here is a pomt I
not be ovri-emii|iaised: lm<
pn>vet| tvprs ii. ,
Jess. aSjanttOn than tin- ulIumm
run. And so. as a natin.il retl
eomltant. i in lm-
f'-.-l tuff prodlielion
.-... nai I In 1
animal mprovernenl Tin- i- fh.-
f the different Bougein- stage at which both the plnnl
viliaeas and animal hree.l.
Vines are also a good investmi-i.' Mn*d Mice- in ordei lot
lor the garden that c ,,nnot be erderfj sustained ..n.l |
given a lot of cure. alth< ugh vir-es progre Th.-n- is still much lo
fcfqulrti.moa? a"*"tion ,n";; '-e Mid rbs w. i
shrubs. The Coralius arc all r|() .
lovely, there the Christmas .,, .ubglstflnce unde
Cor.Iita the vanou- pinks both ^,,,, "idlliut. nr.
single and double, besides the Z\[.
pure white Coralita which looks so "' ?*** matte,
much like the Lily of tha Valley. ' ......' '"
All of these ar lovely vines. Tie wm """"
double pink Coralita is particular- '" onunere!al mils pn
ly beautiful and is comparatively "o h"v- lerraated In
rare It is a pity that it K not "tock. their BSUBt i>inu BsH
more sjem rslly grown iK BregtHsgOl In th
Besides these there are Patron, i'"'M it |g gOrtectly true ti
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ASEPTIC OINTMENT
Crermofene Ointment soothes
nd penetrates. Il protects skin
injuries, rashes, scalds, and
insect bites from the
entry of harmful bacteria,
and stimulates healing.
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Hor and mm. pi
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,. bottle to-day.
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them extrs-whitr And, because ol the unique luimula
underlying Ipana's refreihingly different" mint flavour.
vou right decay by reducing sod-forming bacteria Massage
Ipana inlo your gum* snd vou lielp keep tnem hrm and
heslthy In this way, Ipana sets ss a uueguard sgaimt
i.anh-rnises. more than half of which are caused by gum
trouble* For whiter leetb, healthier gums, follow the Ipa-is weyS
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PACE FOUR
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1SJ
"Soaping"dulls hair_
Halo glorifies It!
HALO SHAMPOO
To.
keeP1,lh
take EN 7.
Hcahhy, happy families take F.NO'S
'Wrijii Sglr \
1'ruii Sal'' '" v.s.mt. nrfreshinn
*' Fruit Salt is the gentle corrective
most of 111 need to keep the \v*tcm rcfpilar l-'NO'S is particularly
*litable!otchildrenandloraiijoiicwithailciK-n MO njch. KNO'S
safely relieves "vcr-aiiditv. a most frequent cause of indigestion,
heart hum ind flatulence, n rOutbcaand mtlallieuutu^hitpMI by
unsuitable food or drink. Adashol "UNO'S at any umcot day makes
sparkliru:. invigorating healtli-druik. Keep ISO'S handy I
wiiats <;oinc; ON IN
LOCAL CRICKET
Amateur Itaxing \fakirtg
Great Comeback
jVv a 8 COTHN
A SURVEY ol tha rolaUvo poJUom ..f Um clung la Pint, utters c-
dlate and Second Divisions of thr Harba.ir.-. Cm, I
I ''-resting situation at thr end Of the
> 'vision famn and the sixth series of In'.em.e-
Dnd Division games.
In t/ v w.ni.iercr< at the head of the tebof
nils in four games played but they are separated Iu.ru
Carlton by a -.ingle point in us many name* played.
What makea iba iltuai ra lamoifcaliii is that Carbon
in turn are -eparate-d from Spartan by a single point in at many
games played as well.
Empire follow three points behind Spartan and therefore four
i .hind Carlton and Wanderers respectively. College (seven
R (rive points). Police (foui points). Lodge (0 points)
H teams in the order mentioned and I think that I
thai tin v an out Of the running for the championship
which closes with the plating of another three series one ot which
opened yesterday.
CHAMPIONS AMOMi TIIKSK THREE
T\KINt. w i tome to tba rofkel conclusion that the First Division champion
will I-- i noseT) from among these three. This being so. it will b.. In-
to DOta that they are all threes fnert with three stiff DgturH
hat will rrqmic their best *-fforts to get the major points In each
fixture.
Ill meet Spartan. College and Carlton. Carlton will
[tan and Wanderers and Spartan will meet Wander-
ers. Carlton and Exnpire,
Windward and Y M.P.C. have established a not loo considerable
lead In the Internicdii'te Division. It is quite true that they IM
entinncd hut with five scries remaining to be
played the IgtlH is still a clearly open one.
Windward have scored eighteen points In six games played and
V M.I' C fifteen points m live games, so that they have a possible
twenty-one points for six gat; ;m equal eighteen with
Windward in case they lead Wanderers on first innings in their fix-
ture whirl May at Heckles Hoad.
ALL IN THE PICTURE
EMP1HK with twelve points in six matches played, Barbados itegi-
l-oints in four matches played. Pickwick with
ten points in six matches played are all in the picture and possess
chances in varying dogrosj M carrylni oil the < inamptongMp of Usn

Thi Boeond DWJ Ml cOmoeUUon is jwrhaps the closest. Leeward
head the list with 27 points in six games played while live other teams
Erdlston 18. Combermei. I : t; and Y. M.P.C 15 and Ernr-ne
14.
As I pointed out in my observation in oontkHtloa with the posi-
tion in the Intermediate Division, live fixture* remain to be played
and that is still n long way to go so that all seven of these teams
must be co|sldered as bona fide candidate* for championship honours.
THE I'MTIKE INCIDENT
SINCE last Sunday's column in which I expressed strong disapproval
of thr ictton of the crowd at l\iilt in umpiie aftOI the CuHon-Bmplll fixture I have received a spate
of explanations, congratulations and whatnot
One correspondent thought that K A V Williams' "lighiheart-
cdness" did not help U Improva lb* temper of the crowd. He claims
that William* after having been "no hailed'' ran about a foot past
Ihe bowling crease and when the umpire called "no ball" he turned
hack and showed him the hull which he still held
Another point ffhlch he claims was irritating to him was the
Mr. Williams limped when a ball was struck to him If the
did not attempt t> run but if he attempted there was a
Ightning pounce and throw in.
lie claim, too thai It Wt unfortunate lhal an l.b.w. decision
that was fh*tn In th< last over Ol the day against a batsman who
did not know that he had In-en given out since he evidently thought
himself well out of line, did not help the general state of affairs.
ANOTHER VIEW
A NOTHER correspondent states, that the umpire, although the
crowd was hostile, invited attack because he stood on the field
and argued with the crowd.
1 have seen Mr. Williams too and he admits'holding the ball and
dclibcrutily making a foot fault but he did this since ban ackers from
the pavilion wen* shouting "no ball" each time he bowled.
I have included the views of my correspondent* beenuw of cour-
tesy to Ihsm and mh.i in a mailer of this sort one should hear all
The umpire is sole Judge of "fair" and "unfair play" and he
would have been failing in his duty if lie thought Mr. Williams
< m not above board, and did not pull him up under this law.
Arguing with a crowd especially a hostile one Is a suicidal action
h) .hi urii|iii M rOCOraa and |Utt .'> UM Barbados Iteferees' Assort a -
iion \>. mi . icft-i.i again-! .nftuing with phiyi fui h crowd .
Uh Barbodoi l mi.ii.-s' Association should instnet their members
along those lines us well.
A CRYING NEED
BY and large there is need for a higher standard of sportsmanship
when games and supporters allow their passions to dull then
finer judgment. There can be no justification for boorish behaviour
i>< it from the Held, the pavilion or from under the trees uti the
Yesterday's Cricket
CARLTO.\ I*. POLICE
( AKI.TOS 1ST INNINGS 264
CARLTON WERE ALL OUT tan n urm.-
>.ill y I'H in their Ant Inningi
when their Fust Division Bxtun gut-, us Park
C. afcKenzle 39 .it number dm, end C B Williams.
59 at number thni-, laiil the foundation for the Carlton
when they added 80 runs for the second wuket
partnership. takinR the score from 20 to 100 before
McKcnzie was run out.
Three aickatt fall lor on oddi- wicket when the More was 12 and
tloii.il 39 run*, but Jam,.* Wil- th.- eeeoad WkhM 1..
Ilom.. playing his last game I I the wicket,
rare Having lor the .|uiekly asserted himse:i and
s w m In ''""" ""'' <"' '" balls.
2L JfSfi; *":: ' '" "> ana ltd botrtH for
idaswssx & \&jszij2**t rhkt
, ... ,.... ,.. s^rc .o s s**s w jigg:
The I>xlge School pace bowler
James Williams played a really K. Dronkes and J. Farmer took
POO itmings for 54, and played all two wickets each.
types of bowling with easy eontl- --------------
dence. Marshall's undefeated 60
was also a fine knock, auhough PICKttHK v. m\i:i.i-i.n
at times he waa ui OCNLLBOI
reckless. H*vrrfa. CMIaan .... ft
Carlton lost thi ..,-t Ptchwlek (foe 3 IbQi ut # with the score ;rt 20 when li. So- Ha-nun College, in their match
bera. a slow loft arm bowh-r Kitn agalnal I'lekwnk at the Oval
a short run up tu the wicket and yesterday, were skiilhd oui for
an easy action, got It. Hutchinson 92 runs. Mr. "Sam" Headlev,
Ibw. for 7. This same bowler had who topscored wi;h 38 runs, was
"Boogies Williams caught when the only College batsman to defy
the latter drove one hard back, the attack of the Kenslngtonian.
and the ban struck Peppy Hutch- K. BdwanSi WU the most MC-
ln^on the other batsn .-, f. f...
stage of the game wai leg before on.ie*cn.f?r l? al"1 2? *&**!**:
to Bradshaw.
Scorini; Kale Advanced
Pick*
Ick in reply have lost
IhrM wkaota for 96 runs. T
Ilirkett scored 49 before he mi
bowled by G. Foster. E. I
Marshall and James Williams who opened, contributed 26.
by good running between the Bowfini tor CoUOJO, r. f\
wickets advanced the rate or the *ent down nine overs and took
scoring, and sent up 200 in 100 two wickets for 34 runs. Mr.
minutes after the 150 had gone Headley took the other wicket
up in even time (or 25
Williams was bowled by Mul-
llns In the last ball of the fourth
over with the second new ball,
and Edghill joined Marshall, and
started to carry on the good work.
To the consternation of everv
one. skipper Farmer brought -Jj?*15thSi
him.eif on from W i uih *"
In the afternoon, and In
hir first over took the
Edghill who skied to mid off fi
SPARTAN n WaVMasBn
Ssmrtan .................. 2Ht
Hi

Eno's
4Fruit Salt'
an cLu&r
mi i> imi \m:i>
i i hi t li t ai rtoH
SIC* ItlAOAOB,
ailMlNNKSS.
I am nut bingling out the Carlton ground because this incident
has happened there. I am only too a*are of the partisan feeling
at MOM Ol UH other grounds and this must rease otherwise what has
i.tn | gradual itoiorloiaUou In the standard of sportsmanship and
falrplajj might develop into somi thing which will certainly not bo
, "Crickot".
AMAnn: BOXINC. RKVIVF.D
BAItllADOS Amateur Boxing has 1U best chance ever now of de-
veloping into a well organised and sell"-supporting form of sport.
No one who saw Friday nmhls bouts of a programme put on by the
Barbados Amateur Boxing Association could convince me otherwise
Tbon hai boon DO amateur boxing for many months now and 1
. was surprised to see the number and faces of well known local
{ sporting fans who turned out to sec the bouts.
Their v. as much action but It wai obvious that although the
there the need for expert coaching, training and application
is necessary.
The boys were all keen and some of tht m were remarkably lit.
1 It is only necessary now that the schools and organised clubs whose
members are LntOnatad, roglntOf 1 mentioned that the Scouts could well afld amateur boxing tu their
Good knocks by Camic Smith
Harris for 49 and 63
t minute
stands by the tail batsmen, helped
Spoil IM runs against
Braosviaw to lake in ' ntch u '':i''''' ' In* ,'-" nh,* lh*y
and K. B Warron who Ufted one batted the whole of y.
to Sobers at mid-on for the field- Ihe first day of their First Divis-
e. to lake | WOll (UdjJOd catch. inn fixture.
C Edghill w.i Uiwlfd in the Waiuliurs spinner St. Hill took
next over from Sobers for duck, 6 wickets for 73 .
and in his next over. H. Cos was Smith batted in his own flashy
bowled for 12 to bring the Carl- style, scoring fluently all around
ton innings to a cloao with tba the wicket until he was caught
score at 264. fan ihe wickot keeper off St.
<;. Sobers wag tin most success. Hill's bowling. U F. Harris went
ful l-owler for Police, taking 4 at the bull with but half a care
lor 57 in 20 overs. Farmer took for caution, and made quite j
2 ,or ll "> 2 t few queer stroke-, but he quickly
7; *. ir,,d* ond rpfularly sent the ball to the
boundary.
Spartan were off to a fair start
MMM2S v* IMI'IKK when their opening bats set up
AT LOIMitC ' fi'-1 WaOsOM itand of 43, but a
second wicket fell .-inht runji late-.
Locate tiri.1 Innings ........ >10 The opening Data, Atkins and
Implrr .................... lgg Griffith scored I'O and 27 re-
Kmpi,. hava already gamed a *
Ural innii-.: l,i ..mi Li)dge i't Keith Waleott was out a ball
Lodna uhere :!: ;;i w|1(.n he re-
acnoolbon tor uo runs In thou turned the boll to St. ihii.
first innings ami replied with 163 G. N. Grant was hustled to
runs yesterday, the llrst day In the wicket at number eight im-
their First Division cricket match, mediately he arrived Ju-t from
The wicket was perfect and th work, and ..Her rarttjnjj I chOBM
only batsman for Lodge who when he was dropped on the
showed any resistance to tlM Kin- boundary^ ho WU adjudged l.b.w.
pire bowling was A. Wa.ker win. to St. Hill
was undefeated with 20 runs. The
Empire I. ft arm bOWlOT Horace The seventh wirket fell for 1G4
King took four of the Lodge VM :f Spartan woul I
for 64 in 23
shaw tm-k I for 46 in 15 overs.
School wickets for nine runs
not last
,th longer, but the.i
RACING NOTES
Hv BES BATTLE
<-rPHE long awaited Autumn Classification bit was made public this
I full month after the conclusion ol Ihe August meeting,
and only five da>s prior to the conclusion of the Santa Rosa Races
The delay over what did not appear to be a very difficult task would
seem rather unnecessary, specially as it was not of sufficient dura-
tion to allow the conclusion of the Arirna meeting to take place. One
t an only hope that It waa used by the classifiers In a concerted effort
to study form and obviate mistakes, but even this is open to serious
doubt.
I a ill. before going into the Classification in detail, concede that
fa Old truth that "Criticism is easy. Art Is difficult". Nevertheless
it is impossible nut to be critical of some aspects at least of the pres-
ent list, and to wonder once again at the inconsistency which appears
to be our Classifiers worst and moat persistent sin.
Starting at the top and working downwards, I do not think that
anyone can cavil at the promotion of Landmark to Al. nor the reten-
tion in that class of Harroween and Rebate. Notonite remains In A2
in spite of some very mediocre performances, and again I agree since
his form was so far below his best that it ought to be ignored for
one meeting al least.
The B Class Is not I am afraid such plain sailing. Heading the
list is Brgiht Light who has been thrust into Bl, apparently, on the
Mrtngth of having beaten Dashing Princess in the Bush Hill Stakes
when in receipt of 17 lbs. 1 would not make an issue of this but
should have preferred her to have been placed in B2. The promotion
of Pepper Wine from B2 however appears to me to be unnecessary
ami is moreover a glaring example of the type of inconsistency which
so often and so annoyingly occurs. Pepper Wine started last meeting
' .il'.< d Wl IIt record was 6 starts 1 first. 1 second and 2 fourths.
Had this been the performance of a young, likely to improve animal,
and had there been anv evidence of misfortune in her defeats 1 would
have had nothing to say. but it is in fact the performance of an (8)
eight year old mare who is but a shadow of her former self. Moreover
in what wav is her performance to be considered better than that of
tha '"iiiLi; <-yer-oid, promising Fire Lady who started 5 times
won once, was twice third and once fourth. Vet Fire Lady remains
In B2. This is all the more surprising when one considers that she
net Pepper Wine on only two occasions, and beat her both tirr
actually conceding weight when doing so in the August Handicap.
Surely Classifiers have access to these facts, and surely these facts
make it impossible to consider the sub-class separation of these two
horses as a rational act.
witn the remainder of the B Class Classification, I have very
little quarrel Sweet Rocket undoubtedly merits her promotion, and
Red Cheeks, Lunways. and Demure remain where they belong. Per-
sonally I would have thought that Flying Dragon had done enough
to justify a sub-class demotion but It Is always difficult to classify a
rogue. Dashing Princess, a horse that has always appeared to me to
bfl typically C Class may have l>een a trifle unlucky in that her lone
victory and a narrow one at that occurred in her weight for age
race. This being so the Classifiers were probably Justified In pro-
moting her but I should imagine that she will be a bit out of her
depth In B Class. Abu Ali's promotion I consider thoroughly well
merited. He is one of the best prospects we have seen for some time.
New arrivals in C are Spear Grass and Vcctis with whose demo-
tion no fault can be fount! On the other hand the promotion of
Mary Ann to C2 Is one on which I cannot refrain from commenting
unfavourably. It is of particular interest since it demonstrates once
It inconsistency which is my chief complaint against the
Classifiers and involves in addition the whole question of the promo-
tun of ereoles beyond D class.
When Mary Ann went to Trinidad in June and won tu-o races
against the strong opposition which prevails there our Classifiers per-
mitted her to remain in D. I refrain from Joining In the chorus of
disapproval which this occasioned because I felt that good creole*
should be allowed to remain in D and that the D class should even-
ba built up into the Creole A Class. Now we find Mary Ann
rrturning and winning one race against the most moderate opposition
and UM same Classifiers immediately place her in C. and thereby
demonstrating that their treatment of her after her June perform-
ance instead of being, as I had hoped, a part of a new policy, was
merely an oversight.
I can imagine the comments that will be made on the above
opinion. They will all centre around the idea that if Mary Ann
is left in D she will so dominate that class that no other horse will
have any chance of winning. To these criticisms I would reply;
firstly, that do not believe that such would be the case, and second-
ly, and more fundamentally. I will ask those who made them to look
at the Classification list with its total of ten possible and six probable
.starters in the D and E Class. Let them consider for how much longer
the public will put up with two or three horse races or how much
longer the Turf Club will be able to afford to frame them. Surely
for all concerned owners, spectators and everybody else it would be
lictter to aim at the building up of a strong D Class for which four
or five good races could be programmed every meeting even if it
did include a Mary Ann or two. The alternative which we ore at
11 'Tit pursuing Is to deplete the D Class of both quantity and qual-
It) to the point where at most two races are all that can be justified
and the programme filled out with races for F2 Maidens.
The remainder of the Classification calls for little comment and
in conclusion let me say that any criticism which I have made are
intended to lie constructive and will I hope be accepted in that spirit.
I U)IHH K MYSTERY
Rumour had it that we are about to witness a new era in racing
ii. Barbados. It has been noised abroad that a certain prominent
stable has purchased the horse of such a calibre that unless a special
class Is created for it racing will be lopsided indeed. No one knows
this super animal's name is or has a clue to its form but
speculation.is rife and when I heard not long ago that the Aga Khan
might have parted with Tulyar. it gave me some indication of the
class of beast that we may expect.!
Knight Is British Junior
Lawn Tennis Champion
Fight ovrrs while. I (limit and F,''1"1' K""' j" l"'i "'1 f many
H, Barker -the two opt-tiinit bowl-
*r*toolc two wickets each fol
six and 11 runs respectively.
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tivllles. They used to box when I was at
be recruiting "aoftloa" BOW
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V the fthOw itself I WU LmpTOJOl
(87 lbs.) who oofoatod VRor P"
ing was as near perfoil us any good amatcu
nnetv and sometimes brought off the old
1 was not surprised to hear that he
H. t.ittcn.s i 132 Ihsi .. BOUthpOW set
lehool. The;
ould
una Keith Walters
lbs > on points His
can be. He hooked
no-two punch
anothii Faster protege.
I a k.o. victory ovei N.
chances monoged u> score L':
K. Bowon eOrrw next nnd hit
out at almost everything. He and
Phillips can r in 0 last
In the KmpstO nisi toning*, wlckot .stand which yielded 54.
John Ilynoe who went at num- Bowen was finally bowled uv
Um four in the batting order, d. Atkinson nnd Phillips was not
hit a breezy 84 to |op*core. He ut with 19.
hit six fours ond hve gbtsj in Wanderers most successful
his 84 Which enabled Empire to bowler, St. Hill who took six for
ecoro 168 runs in reply to the 78. in 25 overs was generally
Lodge first innings' goon BCUTOtO and demanded
ranplro -larted shakily in the.. !>.,. bowler D. Atkinson took
first innings and lost their first two for 64 in 21.2 overs.
Holder IX! s.ar. :!,.; , Holder to fight to the
OUthpaw'l left hanu and counter with a right cross whenever the
southpaw attempted to loop but unfortunately he fought too
far away from the southpaw's left hand and it was not entirely un-
expected that when the ithpaw lurod Mra into crossing his right
too soon that looping left to "ml seetum would bring on twUlflnt
sleep and it hapi-
Thcse were the best bouts in my opinion and there should be
more entertainment next Friday night when the finals lake place.
m Our Own I nnr,,,.,!,,,,!
LONDON. BOM. 13
Billy Knight. lti->ear-uld red-
headed left bander from North-
ampton, became the British Junior
Li.wn Tennjs champion when no
bea- the holder Bobby Wilson of
Fir.chlcy 75. 3, 64 al Wim-
bledon this afternoon. The match
lasted an hour and a quarter.
Wilson looked the better stroke
player, bill hi lacked Knighfs
aggression and had no answer
wutOTOl to the left hander's
cross court passing shots which
were executed with a delicacy
'hat even Drobny would have,
been hard put to surpass.
Knight went into an early ihree-
lovo h'.M. but Wilson coming in
to the net fought back to three-
all. Games went with service to
G5 and then Knight broke ser-
vice to lake the first set.
Second Set
The second set opened with four
successive service breaks, but
after Wilson had held his own to
make It, 32. he crowded on the
pressure and Knight, whose net
reactions ore slow, missed several
easy shots. Wilson took the sec-
end set quite comfortably.
Knight broke Wilson's second
service at the start of the Anal set
with two magnificent passing shots
and then, despite a double fault,
went to a 3 -l lead Both boys
were very good overhead, but as
the match nearcd the finish, they
fenced warily and there were
several protracted base line duels.
Knight's steadiness in these mo-
ments of crisis was the deciding
factor and a net cord which Wil-
son reached but drove outside,
gave him a fully merited victory.
In the Girls* Singles Finals. Mis*
V. Pitt of Birmingham was much
loo steady for Miss J. M. Boundy
of Wlnchmore whom she beat
62, 61,
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Aga Khan's Tulyar Wins St. Leger
SEPT. 14
NO. 241
Queen Sees
Gay Time'
Beaten
LONDON. Sept 13
l-**ot at Dnn-
th Mi-moon watched by
IJer Ma):y the Queer, and
h. earned
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lie flnisied ihree
id of outsider Kings-
hr Fi.'iu-h AIcinuK.
lengths away third. Bob
Major was fourth.
Charlie Smlrke rode i uniting
thu time and lay .iboui sev-
enth. wtUU Alcinus aim Kei
la the running fron.
Gay Tint, Bold Buccaneer and
Major.
tjer remit nert until enter-
inn tno straight where Alcinu>
... *ftv to Kcr Ardan and
shortlv jfterwards Cay Time drew
ltd look the lead from Bob
Thiv wn* nhout throe fin
Innjp out.
Kiiiasfold then ramr through la
i .'i Alrnuv running on
..Win on the far ra.l Kinesfor i
I .hlr turn of
paad bout two furlong* D Ut
Hear, but Smirk* tlll had
nO] moved on Tuylar
Mount i li iir-cii
He then <> witched his mount out
to challenge up the centre of the
course and running on strongly it
was Obvious that with a furlong
"-go that the race wu his.
Tulyar finished strongly ahead
>f Klngsfold by about three
"lengths with Alcinus third. There
m nf about three
lengths before Bob Major.
Bay Time, the Queen's horse.
was a ulcerate fifth after weak-
ening in the last two furlongs.
Cliilde Harold, the YorKshre
coll made no show at all and Boid
Bucrnneer weakened or he was
i.nabie to quicken after enter Inn
the straight up to which point he
had run a good race.
Thu dis-ippointment of the race
was the poor form of Gay Time
whom the Queen had journeyed
specially to see. Just as it looked
U f >:. ould come on. he dropped
back and failed to stay
Tulynr has proved himself H
great horse-perhaps the greatest
there hu ever been.
The A*.' Khan plans to run htm
in the Coronation Cup. Eclipse
Stake*. King George Sixth and
Queen Elizabeth Stakes next
reason and possibly the Prix De
l. An De TYiomphe.
Tulyar started at 10 to 11. Kings-
fuld B*a| rW to 1 and Alclnu* 100
to 8.
Golf:
SCEVKS i mm llUlkl I
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TOP LBFTt William* and Reynold ttntchtnaou on their way to raacr.t
TOP RIGHT The Spartan Wanrierara players pause briefly for water i
BOTTOM A M<-tton of the crowd that wttuewed the Spartan Wand<
tli Carltou uimugi alter tea
i their fixture at thr Bay
n fixture at the Bay yexterday
Hope Dawns Win**
Arima*8 Stveep
li-m Oar Owa 4 .rtr.ponJrnl
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept 13
Stuiing tup point- In
three days of the s i
four-day race meetiiiK 0
noon, Hop,- Daw
Arima Race Club's aw*en Bnt
notched up 12 pal
"A'* clan bora*
entered, bul dio aoi run todaj
In June she woo
Turf Club'a Mid-Sumi:..
New Rocket wa secund with li
points Turtili-. icieumed with
delight when A! : .
Lane, a rank oulaidei
favourite- to nuUu Uh pan pa>
nearly $75. the highest
of the meeting, and $1,167 the
biggest [oracaal paid today
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MatchPlay
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for Hobby Locke
UJNLXJiv bept. 4.
th* im o f e s a i o ii a l Gotta**
MatUi-pi..> Ciiainpioii^iup, spon-
.urcu by u>e News of the World.
aiui carrying a top prize of "Mi,
maj g tu aa avagaaej couipeiitoi
. p i tii.i. U \ iu iiickp-
tion ui 19u3. Among a strong
vuli> i.at lot Uie event wlia-n
lakes Dlaca al Walton Ue-Ui Iiun.
Scpunnoci 16IV u the South
African. Bobby Locke, who won
the Open at Boyal Lytham earlier
this year.
b.iK. U) In hll btt ioim for a
couple of years, lie should have
no difficulty with hu first round
, -ii.: li. G. J'ruslun of King-*
Nwtoi.. whBM appearances in
top clas* tournament iolt iire
oniy infrequent.
The uiiw keep* apaii Locke
and Harry Wheelman, the de-
fending Champion and it is con-
ceivable they will meet In the
Final. Wheelman has the hardet
i^sk of the two for in his half of
the draw are D J. Rees and Fred
Daly who have both won the
event twice since the war. Max
Faulkner is also in the tame half
out he and Reos will probably
meet in the third round.
I I*- | i4- : 1M a tio
lliiwi |NQ ANALYSIS.
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Wilkir b Barker
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No. this isn't the Fl>mg Dutch
Just a nightmare '.
round a wcathervanc.
even in my dreams?
mc swinging
Was I airsick
^N
No' The last t Vw I took
AIRSICK s.,%ory fc Moure
MARVELLOUS! Take Airsick tablets
before and durli
PI V IN CONfFORT
nil Judy. "|
behev.. >n RELAXING No* Judy used
10 ba
to slim but hated i .
candles. What did Judy doj jidv TOOK
Sll.r R] IMM1NG TABI ETS. L
now SU1I fall aim fmiv .:,|| relaxing
5K?^'OT Fvl rin S"K.....' Si11 W,LL SUM YOU
DOWN
Jack here nttdld n but he
did need a laxative. Aiwayi Un i. rorevej
with a grouch, Jack was a nuisance (>
everybody. A* a salesman Jack
energy and drive. Look al him any i
nowthe early bind catching all lrn
MEDII.AX, the s-fe. gentle LAX
fixed him up MEDII.AX
INNER CLEANLINESS which spells health
and SUCCESS
No frontier Mrs. Smith here Iim>Ics superior
Noted tor Met sparkling smile, her teeth arc a*
white as bar tibia linen. No tattli
in cither." smllei Mn Smith
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penetrate! ever] Uni crevice between U* let
A sp.\ rooTHHIU-'SH POLISHES \S I'l
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Mi
Smith hen
rid OVei Take a hint in
and ALWAYS USE A SPA
Here is another little lady well p|<
herself. A young married with a family
sturdy youngsters let's hear what Mar] irj has to
say about Family Planning What is YOUR
opinion. Marjory?
"Well, now I think Family Planning, for those
who believe in it of course, is one way of creating
happiness and security In the home. Confident at
all limes in the Safe, sine COOtTI
RENDELL-FOAM. a wife and mother can relax
and do justice to her family 1 believe In, and highlv recomn
RENDELL-FOAM !(,. -..ft t onb V I i Ui I on the market."
BUM its lbap year, and Jn,
Mill
round H#a made up In
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?! I'.V'V.'" *>]** '">>' BiVNUBON
PREPARATIONS lot her HAIIt
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fti i lovellei than bi fore
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her. lAist m admiral
thinks Sugy possesses the LOYH.i-
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Strange
New World
Something a bit
(By ihusii.ia BBYFU8)
I 'IK thinga thc> v.,, about a
i n tt> Parts fn eh In the BriUi h
nessj . hag
ISM week.
I canvassed the tough fashion
triumvirate, the dress manufac-
turers, the buyers, and U
contra) what is head
known | urttl i
Ida of the lui-
ro each of thorn I put the
i ki '.li. you .. hari n>
question "Win e.di't we have
eopkf of theae
i Paris cl< 'in
By -Pl\SAVI-
IN THIS strange new world in
which we of the older generation
find ourselves to-day, the saying
that the onlooker sees most o?
the game" Is very applicable to
us
We old ones, by force of circum-
stances become "onlookers of a
life u it passes us by. a position
not sought, but which is gained
by a aeries of more or less pain-
ful processes.
The first of these, which seems
to descend on us almost overnight.
and for which we are totally un-
prepared, bi by far the most pain-
ful It comes on us when by some
odd remark or blunt intonation.
we rind ourselves shoved into the
position of "onlookers" at a time
when we are certain. In our own
minds at anv rate, that not only
could we still be in the game, but
could tell those young urut a thing
Mercifully this phase soon
passes, to be succeeded by others.
until finally, when we And we
don't care a hoot who knows we
have a "top plate." or that the
tid MHk bo tho back of our
bead is growing larger, *d whn
aulte unselfconsciously we can
drop off to sleep with our mouth
comfortably open for a pre-dinner
snooze, then we know the last
stage has been reached, and we
have qualified for the "Onlookers
Diploma."
Having reached this stage, we
take up a comfortable position on
the side line and watch the game!
And what do we see?
From this vantage point of "on-
looker" we see passing before us
a world so strange, so different,
that we are totally at a loss
All the old land-marks are gone.
Modesty betrayed, has flown. Im-
mortality, out from hiding walks
abroad unashamed. Honesty and
devotion to duty have lost In a
fight with money grabbing (and
get it .how you can) and clock
watching.' Manners respect and
courtesy are but memories of us
"onlookers' Pleasure and self-in-
dulgence are the Gods that are
worshipped. Truly an astonishing
spectacle! The very foundations
on which life was formally built
no longer exist, and we find our-
selves in danger of shouting from
the side-line "beware, look out
. for disaster"! For.
fford to despise and
qualities and sur-
And It really Is amusing, when
shopping to be told we must buy
peas If we want okraal This
wielding of petty authority is
funny, when It Is not pathetic,
and after all it does save us the
trouble of deciding if we should
COpytni at u price cus- "No" to the velvet dress, said bu* one. or both.
.in Bflanl Mr. Manufacturer. "If our design- And the sight of so many "little
era came up with a design like P*00" ">'*ng so strenuously to
that we'd turn it down. Buyers .* bl" People is as food as the
The felt beret (2): A small cara- would say: "You don't expect me funnies and can really help to
mcl beret, elegantly squashed. to get n good price for a dress "'K1. ure l00*ed at in the
The black pancake (4): A like that; it's far too simple.'"
Of a hat in block vel-
vet, worn plumb on top of the
LAST CORONATION
NFXT CORONATION
more feminine
FOR THE WELL-GROOMED SOUVENIR
By EVE PEKKICK
THE Crown which is Correctcorni ill SlyUv Tsle.
Dignity, and Protocolis now off the drawing-board and
selling at 1 a pattern (371 so far) to the better-intention-
ed Coronation souvenir manufacturers who are anxious
to do the right thing.
The man who designed the "correctcst crown of all."
however, was looking rather sad when 1 called on him in
his office ~r ^~^ ~r.
Parisian Chapeau
selves in rlangt
WhyParisgets theSnub ||
IT'S OFFICIAL .... from the people who
make and sell the clothes Britain wears
The velvet tldcdlp ea (below
\ small cap that fits skin-tight <
"f the head.
They Say
right way-
Then again, who would but get a
Bald the buyer:Our customers laugh out of modernistic paint-
would say it looked like a chemise, ing? What fun to recognise and
it was so plain. Besides, you pick out tho odd eyes, toe-nails
could never wear it In the after- rtc. from the canvas! Quite a
I'd
stock it."
rhe pictun ui of tha
i i ; rid tag]
;
latest .mtumn I)t*ir couV I
TIIK SUIT Ims .. pltlnl)
|a kat with small,
sharp!) i I In- ufacturer.
Una without pudding', and Qve no
plain bom -tell The
around in."
. i HI i>a-i DRESS i- made In
i..i.hil.-1-..iIoui- tunic dn*.
stad i
, irter-length
d .1 slim skirt With it
.. icarl tucked In at the neck.
WHAT did they say. the people
sin. cuuki have thaei piuis out-
i opted and nn sale in the
mi .i m moatlu '
as business turn-
Mi- iiit.i pretty artil la
tin |.tut button.
The lints
TWO of the three Paris hats fell
is flat as only a simple idea can
n the fashion business.
No one 1 sjbw liked the beret.
Tli it's nut | fashion hat. It'l
No" to the suit, glad Mr. Man- ''
i'Iicii 's nothing tu it;
>r collar effects It's
much too plam for ua. Customers
wouldn't touch anvihinu u ith ;i
button below the waist: it might
i *,it peanto.*1
the i.u>irs. Mv gojtonv
double- mi woni take anything without
I'd never stock it."
shopping hat." said
illim-i indignantly.
much cared for
nek pancake.
leading ^
game might be evolved from it,
many points for guessing what the
various objects are, say three
points for an eye, four for an ear
and so. Why it might become al-
-. ..- .ii.mii I -1 f i k; .c faiiasta Hut
where we oldtlmers really get &
genuine laugh of pure delight is
when, after feeling rather depress-
the
figure, we look
odern sculptor. Then
wc can really draw ourselves up,
paunch and all. and feel that,
,.. according to modern standards tho
uorta t hatter cvelng. "ld nur* '* no1 * bod a(tcr
porlant hatlir. eyeing Whv hv Enatienes stand
We'd rv vat atll a hut like that."
said
it with chilly disapproval.
"Well, we might sell it with
BOOM gold scatterpins on top,"
.said a buyer.
3 THE Tt IPLX8B DR1
JAl KET ii made In Una black
woollen material, with
I.lack .^ilk
and bring; In two bo*
I
; 1' -
of the
"No" to the day dresa, sold
M lufacturer "Th* dropp."
i is hopeless: we can't sell
anything without pails Ami the hdingl
l-ik as if it lit*. Thi I.
rent roomy eno
thai panel over tin- Itunmj b
Ing to our trade '
And the buyer added: "Thi
Bad? Why by Epsticnes stand;
we are positively slim!
Yes. In spite of Its grim reality,
life to-day has its amusing side,
and until time brings Its rcadjust-
And then at lost, at last some- ment we. who have known differ-
i Uked something in the ent days, prefer to be amused,
picture) It w,.- the velvet side- rather than to despair.
dip cap (below). 'I'd try tt as it Eor those standards on which
one of London's top hat- the foundations of any society
jggi must be built. If it Is to survive,
vou ever see a dream will return, because they have
been proven to be the only sound
It would sell qualities, and. without a sound
bolero bj a curl of matching neckline kiiK it stone deal
it complete
nany With . tt-aMici
J I

4 THK DINNER
made in black velvet with a
low-cut tiuaa on r neckline, small
h that Uaa
,i. ., bo*/, II n hill I Bill
skirt.
THE HA PS T '
the scarf. But the scarf depart-
ment is downstairs. I'd nevei
stock it"
"N" ta the Uple> dream kssfcad, aid Mr. Munulai Un. r
"Wa donl make cocktail dreaaai
in WOOl. The jacket might be
worth ;< if. ir. taffeta, hut i
han't bother. We can BI I
WC make .ili>
buy* i once again:
the ptootagraph ^uit- nevei stock it"

ndation nut hi
And with life's slow adjustment
toward sanity again, the arts,
which are after all but the ex-
pression of the mood of eafr>*
uhrasc of life,will discard Mose
ii.ivcsties of painting and sculp-
ture, the distortions of so called
music, which are only the abor-
tions of an unhapjw age. and re-
vert once again to the beauty of
sight and sound of former days
and which are necessary to feed
the spirit of our world.
So, although wc old "onlook-
ers" may not be here to sec the
world sane once again, we know
it will be so for those who follow
"The wind blew.it over," ex-
plained Mr. Mliner dray, point-
ing dejectedly to a broken llow-
'-)> door-ivy plant.
It was one of many leafy plants
which, with some abstract pic-
tures, knobbly curtains, and shin>
kitchen-white walls, formed the
decor motif of the room in the
Design Research Unit office-suite
in May fair.
There was also a cheering dis-
play of tinned food and beer
bottles "All empty, merely m>
designs."
Mr. Milner Gray, a little man
in blue tweed suit and turquoise
socks, waved away the charge of
on-the-slde refreshments, and
waved me Into a low, undulating,
modern chair.
No Copy .
He handed n>e a "schnapps""
in a pretty glass, and a folder
showing three different crown*.
"These are only suggested em-
blems for the manufacturers who
want a really good crown, but
who might otherwise make do
with something ugly.
"To be correct It must be a
symbolic crown, but though it
has to be a royal British crown
not a foreign or civic oneit
must not be a copy of any par-
ticular crown in existence."
To achieve all this Mr. Gray
had been doing: some intensive
research into the symbolic crowns
of Queen Elizabeth I. He haoVbeeri
happy in his work, and rather
pleased with th- result.
"It looks a little more feminine
tnan George VI's crown, don't
you think?" he asked.
I didn't have the heart to say
that It looked like any old crown
to me.
" Very itrong splrl* u'hiclt
everyone drinks in Mitlel Europe
and tfu* intellectual set sips here.
Out Of Place
I HAVE NOTED with Interest,
but no admiration, the latest
photographs of Capri's new
recruit to the ranks of "the
shirtless ones."
1 havo scanned the reccntlv
Issued list of the Ten Bcst-
Torsoed male stars (Marlon
Brando in tho lead; Alan Ladd.
Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douguxs also
mentioned).
I am reminded of a vintage
Groucho Marxism: "Anatomy is
something wo all havo but it
looks better on a girl."
Out Of S.rll,
AT THIS TIME of the year
American film stars come und go.
And most of them say they're
only here on holiday and really
would appreciate It if they could
go around unhonoured, unsung,
un photographed, and, perhaps,
even unrecognised.
Well, it can be done, and the
man who did it says the trick la
to arrive in Europe in a cargo
boat.
But Ralph BeUamyyou do re-
member him, don't you? says it
also helps if you haven't made a
picture for seven years.
Mr. Bellamy was here for just
six days I tried to find him. 1
telephoned several well-known
show-oustness organisations.
"Whom did you say?" inquired
the switchboard operator at each
place. "Would you mind spelling
the name, please? And is he an
actorf",
I traced him to his hide-out
at the Savoy Hotel. Said the tiny
page who was helping me search:
Would you know him by sight.
Miss?" I said: "But of course."
After all. I had seen Mr. Bel-
lamy in at least half of the 00
(Urns he has made and in the flesh
HiRI'S one of the latest In h t
r.-shion* turned cut by designer
Achill* of Paris It i* called
ind is made of blue ret-
ell trimmed with iv% MtM cell-
- *nd a spra> of fine feathers
he wa.. just as I remembered
tall, husky, curly-haired, gentle-
faced, and very light-eyed.
Broadway, Now
He has been do\ng all right
since we last saw htmin "Guest
In the Heuae" In 1945. it is just
that he is now a Broadway star.
And Hollywood is seven years
four stage plays, and 47 TV de-
Ni 'no uraiims back.
Hollywood, though, would like
him to return, "1 xet offers, but
the right son of pictures aren't
made so often these days.
The Studio* are surl of stuck
with Westerns and musicals.
Everything else is supposed to be
uaL So while I'm not
prepared to ride a horse or take
singing lessons, | guess I'll have
to stick to the
Mr. Bellamy's personal political
opinions are. however, self-evi-
dent. On the shiny satin, low-
1 oiled rover of his dinnncr-Jacket
pin spelled out "IKE"
11. letters of 22-carat gold. He
explained that he was yet another
of those "registered Democrats"
who are Eisenhower Republicans
this season.
I '11 1 1 h :i.\.',l of lovaliv-
switching; pointed out somewhat
smugly that I had remained a
Bellamy fan through a series of
films in which he had played
either the nasty man or the stuffy
li.HK I'
Mr. Bellamy thanked me for my
devotion, and added: "It seems to
mc thai loyalty is a particularly
liiitisii quality. Perhaps that is
why the English nre the most
contented, cheerful people I've
n-et in Europe this trip."
No Ambition
STREET SCENE: The chocolatc-
.iti,I pair which
the "lly Appointment" hatters use
as a delivery van made its Spec-
tacularly dignified way along
Regent's Park, carrying the fOT-
mallv dressed, top-halted coach-
man and one passengera young
man In csunsBl si>rts-jacket. And
no hut- VMM.
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and pain behind the eye-. Tin-, bring down high temperature,
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They neither harm the heart not upset the Momach. Keep a
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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER II. 1M2
-I \ll\l \HMII I II
PACI -
W\
Paris Newaletten
Madame Leclerc
(The Marshal'* ttulow)
Slips Into the Limelight
UUW ttl
S nitre: fin rowi of silk fringe decorate Una evening jersey. Rom ft Blslr
.fcD,ll? *ml iold Mn!'roi*y outline atlff whit* lawn flowera which are
thii bl.uk wool evening i
Rose ft Blalraan
are Ufhtlr itJtchw! in
CENTRE: Evening akin of fine black lace banded with black taffeta and lin.d wita ro-* colonrad
moire. The liloune itreasea tbi* t------- ------* **-- - -~- -- - "- -
_ sleeve line. Price ft Son- Here worn with black -tin -hoe*
Inch have diamante embedded In the fabric. H. M Rayne.
Bl.uk day *hoe Hhown hu piping and bow of black and whlto -trlped -nK
RIGHT: Cocktail anlt of charcoal coloured *hot ponlt. Not* diepped -houldet Una The volk and
puss ^T&^vxvr-'- * -"" *"- *> "" *- """'""""
ol'lm '" d""n ""* ""** '"""' a' 'rm **' cl,ell "" "'<"' "" " *ot
AFTER SIX O'CLOCK
The evening skirt together with
blouse or sweater provides uhe
answer to a dress problem:
ether to choose a garment
suitable for cocktail and dinner
prirties in town or one wearable
during eountry-week-end eve-
nings
It la easier to pack into a holi-
iIjv suitcase than an evening
gown And one can ring the
change* with two or three 'tops'.
The ileeveles* sweater Is prov-
ing the most popular, though a
modified bat wing and the raglan
feM fashionable Black
wool model* are often trimmed
nn the seams. One model on
i i w this week has two-inch
banft of black silk braid, woven
wftn gold thread In n check pal-
crn. Another has braid hung
with pear-shaped pearls.
Plunging neckline* are trim-
med with large loops in the gar-
ment's own fabric.
There are silver and gold
thiea'l nnd wool mixture jerseys
In :i v.'.mderful variety of colours
i o*n thi~ week too; One in sliver
and flamingo pink has a minute
collar and fronl buttoning;
another, a collarles* design in
violet wool with a wide yolk in
liver, has cap sleeves; and there
ll a oroas-over style of the same-
weave but in lemon yellow .ind
gradUfttM stripe* of pale gold.
(By MKRCIA SNOW)
Blouses have certainly crane
into their own thl* year. Their
elaborate outlines save the eve-
ning aklrt and blouse idea from
bftComlM slightly lawdry. They
are mostly in white lawn, brodaric
Anglame. nylon or finest fragile
organza in the Edwardian style
with ballooning or leg o'mutton
sleeves, and high, prim collars.
The most original is in yellow and
black plaid.
Ballet length evening skirls,
very wide, made of taffeta faille
nnd velvet, are the present fav-
ourites of the designers. Many
are displayed with matching fit-
ted jackets, minute capes or bol-
eros If desired. They enrry also
the motif distinguishing the skin.
Thus wie elaborately embroid-
ered skirt with u deep floral or
bird, outlined in gold thread (re-
miniscent of the Japanese bird
design), l matched with the em-
l^oldered cape. Rays of purple
pailettes down the wide skjrt of
e not her model has a bolero or-
namented in the same way. And
an enormously full black taffeta
skirt with graduated quilting all
: arrowing it the waist,
has .1 finely tailored matching
jacket with a full peplum.
Purple pailettes an used again
In a 3 Inch band at hhe hem of
u wide silk model and they gleam
unexpectedly a tiv skirl iwlngi
Hi walking There are a few nar-
row skirts shown this season also.
i)ne i- in velvet and slit at the
front. But the wide klrt* carry
the day.
GOING TO TIIK FEET
It seems as If we may look for-
ward to a return of the aft
.-hoethanks to Paris. For the
French haw Introduced the
1 . i-ji.dl. heal"So narrow that n
i. scarcely half an inch wide nl
the base and only little mure at
the topand the more pointed
V .. SB,
The English shoemakers are
being more cautious at
Veuve. But they have been forced
to adopt t least a moctt
Mini It is an Improvement on
the ihick. ilumsy heels they nav"
foisted <>n the market in recent
years. And It is a big omOga
from platform soled shoes, whi-li
started out as an exotic whimsy
of finest leather and craftsman-
ship, tor small Italian I
ended up in England in their
millions, uncouth, and mass pto-
dubftd.
So it is refreshing to lliul l!u
shoemakers' craft Is reappearing
VI England The flat heel is
banished to the country or to bal-
lo( style shoes, and the high heel
is fining down.
Irr m Mfliv IRONS)
PARIS
in a beaulir

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France'i

W47 Reci official decre-
was pub I
i force]
red on tin deed De

il, but so was
is warmly
icgarded by his men.

Chateau of TalU;




In the Cal Da

altar beside an empty ...
on whii h
'
i Ik
thai the etui il
was COW
' m hi- teciiped from
in the Free Fi
bj thi un-
resnftrkablo French lun
i*cciipted Franco tod he fe.irJ
she might be vUiimised.
n he i bujband nwlf
lain- u
I husband Mme. Lfti k t
was born Therese M
Married her late
40s she has six child]
The younger ol Hie
Banedicte it a ta
i,Irl. The .
I.- lurt
th,- u.,i ii ;
Uftiy 'I" n "Ml, I.i- I t

. at Talllj with
her other oUMreO. i.tmnlni: Oe-
Th.- mule pool id
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BARBADOS **& ADVOCATE
DAY ADVOCATE
Kl'NDAl. II'IIMHI.K
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Sunday. September II. 1932
W VI til
THE tvailibUitj ol mta fot
purposes in Barbados was the subject of a
qumtiOB put to the lute Dr. Senn by the late
Nii- Frank Stockdale and the then Dr.
Saint (BOW Sir John) in January 1941
As a result of that question the British
Union Oil Company carried out a survey
of the ground water resources of Barbados
free of charge. The report of that survey
m published in March 1946
Since that date the subject ol irrigation
has been discussed by many persons not
all of whom have studied the Senn report.
In view Ol the importance which Irrigation
would have in maintaining a high tvangt
sugar output it is not surprising that the
possibility of irrigation has been consistent-
ly kept in the foreground during rcicni
years. It is also therefore not surprising
that Professor Beasley in A Fiscal Survey
<>f Barbaric* should have included irriga-
tion in a proposed full economic pro-
gramme set against the deep-water harbour
project.
In view <>f Professor Bm i
mendation and in view of the reports
which are circulating to the effect that the
government has earmarked a large sum of
money for irrigation purposes in its five
year development plan, the views ol tha
late Dr. Senn on a future water policy for
Burbudos ought to be recalled.
Dr. Senn began his suggestion for a
water policy with the remarks: "It is
obvious that the public water supply must
have priority, as on it the health and wel-
fare of the entire population depend to a
considerable extent. In any planning it
must be considered that with the rise of
civilization the water consumption per
head will increase and in Barbados allow-
ance has also to be made for a steadily
increasing population.' For this reason
not all the water unused at present could
be utilized for a planned system of irriga-
tion, but certain quantities have to be re-
served for future extensions of the Public
Water Supply."
If Dr. Senn's advice is to be followed it
would appear essential for the public watei
supply to be assured and improved before
embarking on any experiments with irriga-
tion.
Has the public water supply been im-
proved?
That question is best answered by the
Chief Engineer of the Waterworks.
In a talk given to Members of the Bar-
bados Museum and Historical Society on
June 9, 1952 Mr. Garrod. the Chief
Engineer of the Waterworks Department
said; "the water system is probably at the
present time at its lowest ebb. The old
pumping machine is giving out, the new
is not in full harness and the distribution
pipes are too small.
Let us hope that from now on improve-
ment will manifest itself". Had these
statements been made by some professional
journalist or politician seeking to make an
impression they might have been overlook-
ed and certainly would have been checked
by reference to the expert. But when they
arc made by the expert they cannot be
dismissed. "Subterranean water" Mr. (Jar-
rod continues during the same talk which
has recently been published in the Journal
of the Society "is vitally important to this
island's water supply and we cannot allow
anyone to lift it in excess, to the ultimate
detriment of the public."
If the expert recognises the priority of
the public water supply over irrigation, it
may be asked, why should a newspaper be
concerned about a question which is in
flood hands? Normally such a rebuke would
be well-merited but the history of water
development in Barbados as traced by Dr.
Senn shows that the right opinion was not
always followed: and recent happenings
in Barbados tend to show that when the
expert's opinion conflicts with the dominant
political wish that the expert's opinion is
dl K'garded or some weak compromise is
decided on.
Water is too important to daily life to be
trifled with.
Much development has taken place since
Dr. Senn's report was written and Barba-
dos is fortunate indeed to have acquired
just the very person recommended by the
late Dr. Senn "a qualified water engineer
who is specially keen on fundamental re
search", to plan a future water policy.
Already many improvements in the pub-
lic water supply have been experienced.
In May 1951 a new well at Haymans
capable of yielding a million gallons of
water a day came into production K\
ploratory Boring which is now Wing
carried out at Sweet Vale may result in
another source of supply which may per-
mit of the closing of existing sources which
are not entirely satisfactory.
In this connection Dr Senn's views on the
main sources of the island's water supplies
arc important and it i- very disturbing to
note that Hamsun Cave. Bakers Cain
Coles Cave streams in St. Thomas, which
he considered to be very unsatisfactory
and even dangerous are still, according to
th* Chiel EngiiMtr*i statement In June
1952. being u
i omi.-mui'. sary im-
provements in water supply as to quantity
and quality the Chief Engineer is planning
lor an increased consumption oi water of
some 9 million gallons daily by 1980.
Reorganisation ol Ac w.iu supply is
: and in 1949 a million dollars, was
sanctioned for work over the whole island.
In actual fact, according to the Chief
i ar, tin expenditure may eventually
go to doubt that amount.
With so much to be done for the public
eita supply of the island it seems tn-
ci edible that schemes of irrigation should
be contemplated at this moment and it is
earnestly to be hoped that in a matter of
such vital importance to the future genera-
tions of Barbados that no political pressure
will be used t.i counteract the decision of
the expert.
Insufficient attention too seems to be paid
to the warning which was given to the
members of the Historical Society by the
Chief Engineer when he spoke of City
ehiefa hevt insufficient pressure to
< ntrol lire "We cannot connive at the
: ../aid \ he said. We cannot.
Melon- embarking on schemes of irriga
lion the authorities responsible for the de-
\ineni plan which is soon to be
announced may be counselled to spend I
qi let day reading the report of the late
I) Senn and then to compare it with the
an 'our water supply" delivered by
he Chiel Engineer el the Barbados Museum
i. 0th June 1952.
It is impossible when this has been done
not to regard schemes for irrigation, how-
evtr desirable and however necessary in
the future, as premature at this stage of
i ur water supply development. "The
inter system" says the one man in Bartxi-
uV I beat qualified to speak "is probably at
.lie present time at its lowest ebb". It is i
obvious said Dr. Senn that the public |
Lipply must have priority.
Who would disagree7
lOWI-llllk I 'I .mi-:
THE historian of the future may And it
fltablo to speculate on the reasons why
ol the two experiments from which Sir
CIrattan Bus-he will always be remembered
.n this island only one took root.
Why was it he may ask, did "Bushe rule"
capture the in.agination of the politicians
who supported it, whereas "Bushe time"
BOOB expired?
Of the two experiments the historian.
Ireed from the prejudices and slogans of
the present will perhaps consider the in-
auguration of Bushe time as far more suit-
. I le to the needs of a tropical island than
the settling upon 166 square miles of coral
of a form of government which is today
working with great difficulty in its West-
minster Home ?
Why. he must ask. did Bushe lime ex-
pire when Bushe rule survived ?
The historian of the future may search
md search amid the masses of paper and
tiles which might survive some future lire
or hurricane (which may solve all Barba-
dian problems in a manner quite unfore-
seen by our present-day planners) without
finding a clue to that most interesting
netologteal question; Why did Bushe
lime die?
Should his eye light by chance on these
vords if they are available to posterity
(perhaps in the vast newspaper storeroom
oi the British Museum where all British
newspapers are preserved) he might find
'.he clue for which he may be looking.
Bushe time died of ridicule. Bushe rule
survived because no one thought of ridi-
culing it. Politics in Barbados, like educa-
tion, is a subject of veneration. Those who
make fun of polities make fun of the
l pie And the will of the people Is sov-
ereign. Surely that is the clue to the suc-
cess of a political experiment which had
nothing to recommend it except a very
;li!h-hand resemblance to a British cab
met system which itself
revision ?
Politic* are taken too seriously here and
the leg-pclling and cartoons and political
sitire whi-h reduce parliamentary gov-
ernment to the level of a national pastime
The man who
keeps Barbados
laughing on
Sundays
THE GOLDEN VOICE
NURSERY RECORD BOOK
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.....h< i v Book lor m
wlvr* are on holiday.
By N. GUBBINS
So far as I ahi aware no cook-
try nook has ever lieen written for
MBS whn live alone, or chaps
whose wive, are away on holiday
iM, li.iw-n.-lt ..nt will now he
satisfied l>> Uncle Nat s Cook Book
written by that distinguished
g< urmt-t whose idcnUty Is some-
Umes thinly disguised under the v \ i- w \ t- l k
pMudoii.vit. ol Mai Manger. AL&AGfcS
llt-i. ..n ioom extracts from the AND MAS II
book, to be published shortly by
Burp and Hiccup at IBs., or what-
lever w- can gel for It:
blind*
fat.
of boiling
Sausages; mashed
When ttMrg i ' Mii.ll of burn-
I hot in anyone who will
eat II, to any .-t.irvmg dog, OS
throw out of lbs window.
Ami Stop utinu that dts-
yiiiitny lanyuuyi'
Paws AcrSSn The Sea
A lcti-r (roan Manhattan
Mouser, American lottgn .
to his English sw M
Lottie.
S \ KIIINKS
O N TOAST
la: Sarrtln
Method:
toast.
/nyrrdienr
^Method: If there are no cold '"J* Sugar I'uss.
1.1aer, peel some, y\M> hello from New York
ihcm and to Ihiink you for your bospl-
The best way to boil potatoes '*!"> last time 1 was in youl
is to put them In a saucepan, home town.
, cover them with cold water, udd The more I travel, the more I
m a. lit of bte*d . l*it the HUcapsfl over a ,hl"* ot England as my second
under th< grill. Light gas over i,nhU-l c.s-i in* mid wait for the home and Uu- mora t understand
Jibs'k "' s-rdinei' "nd Sr As most tins of sardines have
In the opener. If you iT
-miss the tin with your first Jab,
If they arc hard, they are
not done: if %mlu they are:
If very sofl. overdanr.
You then prod the potatoes with English bl l"t of hooty.
a fork to see if thev a>e hard or Eor one thin* they say the chow
slinks, but shjll I ever fOrgSt Lhs
jellied leg of rabbit and
Ik you handed me in
your kitchen when Ih* I
out for tha availing? No. sister. I
certainly
While the water is coming to For another, ttuy
*B yo" the boil, take two alleged pork English are stilt necked and
lausage* (or six if you're a glutton snooty, if taking a "iiy for a walk
them on the beach with the harvSBl
sup- moon shining on the sea, and no
wrench tht opener out of the tabl<
and have another go
II you >tr<- lucky you win hit
the tin about a quarter of an Inch
tr< n tha itlge. If not. you will hit
It smack in the middle.
i.m I opan a tin this way wrench
X\:.V71.?UL^L\V&* ti. for Punlahment) and prick
J'n ... .i f?B "Vf, P*fd ' * th,,ni bursting, but holds barred. Is stiff-necked and
I* &2* STJL SiiftJ J Udossnl. .nooty. you can call me the Sultan
Put the sausages in a frying-pan > Zanzibar,
over another gas ring. As the a a a
modern sausage, though full of
bread, sova beans, dried milk.
paper, string, and small rubber All the same, Honey Cat, I
bands, has little 1st in It. add a BlUSt say my eyes popped when
lump of margarine the size of a "w 'h" difference in your chus-
welnutor two walnuts If you're f*a "re U
. try again, and Hop using lho.1 dis-
l/ushtry language.
By now *our toast Is In
ii.uNi-s. so cut another slice
of bread, put It under the
rill, and return to your lln.
Unless you were born undi_. _
evil star your next Jab should '>nd of
hit the tin somewhere bStWaiD
the middle and the edge If ">,
saw away until you come to tha
corner. As you won't be able to
aasjotiata the corner because you
are loo far from the edge, turn
tiii iin round and start on the
other side.
And slov using that dis-
uniting lanunaoc.
the stuff.
t time It was tho swellest litl
chassis in the English speaking
world. Now I would say it Is Just
gm 11 In the way you US
lbs an nd,
Over here, in America, we
SWartl i dame higher points for
her chat .nyihrni'.
Includinu brain: which don't
count much on Bnad\w
As the sausage* will bunl
almowt at once, you will soon
have a stssllni; mem of
bread. soya beans. dried
milk, paper, slrlna. small
ruhher band*, and utiugr
skbsa.
Now take potatoes off the gas,
strain, out on a plutC, and start ^nc has any.
ATtK k^'aarfSC* of the tin m.shing^wilh a fork K thepota- My ex-girl friend. Pep Puss
iT 1 ... Z ill ,Z~ \,uXZ Li if>e ore all the same ilze or It "d Cutie Cat never had brnliui
Soi. 'nLn'fakirs JSp'S'tum fSJ%URA!StA?e5 for anvthing .xept horning In on
t over andI aUrt on the unpunc- the big ones in half, this will be a free meal, but each had a chassis
lured surfactT ">". because thev will all be that would give a guy a kfl
Oil will pour over the table; cooked evenly. If not. the hard, ture high enough to bust a the-
the tin will be difficult to hold underdone bits will fly off In all *
on the slippery wood, your aeeond directions,
piece of toast will be in flames.
If you pre-ia hard enoush
with your fork you will
break the plate and never
hear the last of It
tcr.
Then they dipped their noses
loo often into the ash cans for
fried chicken leftovers, put oi
weight, and that's why they'r
So, lav off the hog's helpings n
ullied rabbit and Jersey milk,
Add to the potatoes left on the Sugar Puss, if you don't want to
tick" H, prick it. kick it. stamp on plate a little milk and a lump ot be ex-Sugar PuJS, "WOBy^Cat,
it jump on u. and sling It out of margarine the size of a walnut and Ix-Engllsh sweetheart of
the window. 'or the size of a coconut for all yours truly
A-id ifop mintf thai disgust- 1 care), mash well, sling Into the
iiui language pan and duck before you are
Cut another slice ! bread,
put It under the grill, ontl
return lo jour tin.
Jab it, stab it. slash it, bash it.
Manhattan Mouser.
London Express Service.
Sentiment Versus Reason
The great evil of political par-
ties Is their need for something lo
oppose. Inevitably, party politics
provoke social tensions.^ In large
countries wltli
the heat of poll
Is somewhat dissipated by the
presence in almost all parties of auced to
-J ........... I.. ... ilvllir **C1 opinl
dor lh
ll' (si-iir^i- llniil-
This obviously Is
what actually huppened. He had
oecume a realist he said and he
did not make any sweeping prom-
bad thing for iws. Result he was swept out and
ot its most col-
hat
> large electorates. Barbados because parliamentary the House lost o..o of its most eo
Kilitlral cmtioversy government must necessarily lose Jurful personalities. Hut v.n
looted hv the force and viguor when it Is re- about aducatlon I asked him?
guor ^........- ..- -
routine meeting of You tell me that it s no Rood
who can express any appealing to reason and that only
in almost any subject un- tha demagogue has a chance to
sun but whose opinions get the votes. Can you tell DM
count for little since the voles of thci
asked, why Bailwuio
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are U. bo found "M^e- |hc Mli(jnr|, on M maJor 5l>l.nds more per head of popuU-
| ol all the social classes ,_, ,.., fur ,hl. .,
nd women from similar
v/sJks Id life.
In the Britiih Labour Purty. fi
Instance.
:-<' -"'r ' ' : '" T>>: '-*1*31 ilssea ,,-,!., ;..:',, f ;;,. ). v::Iiv In pcw;r ticn on cdu:ai:i: ih-. i :: .1^-
nf OrSSl llriUun and Ihe posses*- -^he party in power has no need territory in the Hrlti*h Cnnhh an.
ion of great wealth has never been f nnv votes from olher than their ti only the demagogue can win
a bar to Labour Party member- own members except on occasions ,he people's votes? Why not take
ship. when the party rebels decide to this money and spend it on houses
In a colonial society such as votc independently or something like tha
Barbados, other conditlona pre- The question to be asked then ~n thought, t think w.i> Dsm
vail. Barbados' parliamentary gov- is what can be done to ensure the to him.
sugsjaol which began with the working of party government in
right* of Englishmen to govern the House of Assembly?
lliemselvc*, wa* suddenly compll- ^..There can on y be one answer
UKl attar 1833 and re-modelled Find a political party which
lo ellow for the rights of aU capt
other Hrabadians to a voice In gj- |hb ]ouks
runiung their affldlrs. This re- i l
modelling has been streamlined m (lerlak(1 [, th(. e(TarJs which u
rSCSnt years and was Mouftt invoivort ln prmlucing a poUtical
right up to daU- only last year rlv ca.Vlie of obtaining a
I when all adults (except those ho mnjoriiy , the next elections
refused) were registered as y/hy?
voters.
"May be" he smiled "there's
something wrong with the educa-
tion"; adding as fen alter thOUfhl
, ------- ",. th.. ..Pt nter- "perhaps after a long time the
power at the next elee- tj-v (1(luc||lion wiu ,, wt
Meanwhile I said: how about
Is who are already edu-
Would they gtvs IU then
vote?"
"The\'re gfi |M
"Once the Iocs] schoolmaster was
a power in the hind. To-day he
UksS t" be careful. If he stays out
The atimincant result of the first A few days ago T tried to get rf polities he feels safer somehow:
- -nswer from an ex-poliliclan St fen] rate bs i* less afraid of
rejected al the having his fowls tftoten or hu
elections under adult suffrage was an
the liquidation or. more accurate- *h.,,,1_,n!
Jritish cab- CffSL^S^^^:^^ 'ast e.ecuo,.s h.,-aisr in hi. own bieyde pur b
~anA f V I! i.i. ,i VJ.r-J ^iVv!i w,-. n need 0r of the only politual putty u and i^uine a realist". edsosta Ik* wss paopti IDS Will
could claim to be descended from ..Suppose" I said to him "MB (MM tnt^rssMd In pottt As SS
I U >,.-! ''r trattiuonsil nouses . gnrf i w Aasatabsy
That political party UsS Werti
AsNorlatiim had COIssuMnlly
posed party government as Im-
nsuitable in Barbados
i people and often happens the
tall them the truth dn jron think did not occur to me until after*
they would vote for us?" He made wards but I've been thinking of it
i noise which is best expressed bv svei dnce and lln sun I
he sound STUPES: (if he sUU reads his Sunday
"You've got" he said "to use paper now that hi
n Great Brian are not apprec ated local- ."cellent reason that party gov- J""***- T^J^'.l.n."tk': \hP'\
ernment divides and does not terested in reasorior trutht They thought,
unite eountrv and thev believed want promises. You ve got to be
,vill give it much
i country and they U'U.. r.l
Pi>!iticians take themselves very seri-
ously because the people take them seri-
ously
Politics is bread and butter and nobody
I itighs at the means of livelihood. Lest
tha historian of the future should regard
this iiiw-rnictalion as being somewhat
fanciful and unsupported by the evidence
f the orthodox, he is to be requested in
polltt terms to consult page 119, Vol. XIX.
No. 3 of the Journal of the Barbados
Museum and Historical Society.
There he will read how Bushe time was
alwayi fated to die, because it b:ul a rival.
In the words of a venerable headmaster
of Harrison College: "We were lad when
th.1 Bushe experiment ceased, and we
want back to ordinary time, or as the
waits termed it. 'Fowl Cock Time.' "
If Om, were w.g, in politics. Burfie | fsftJSJE ^J'^Ti tun,
i' J i,V ,\. ucm<.iwu- it ou >ant them to rs. In cn.c you think that m>-
that ltarbado. for hlstaricol and yoX(. ,f fu Makr promisr. and "-politician Irlond WM rrjnlRl
othor rea,v,ni waj .heady divid. I ,, , v<. ,f ,J~,~ on the BMW AssoelaUon plat-
MANTLtS
3U0 and 500 Cajidlepower
gasolim: irons geniratobs
i ii i i ii romnu spihit cans
III HRK AM LANTIKNS AND GLOBES
C. S. PITOIIER & CO. P". 4*72
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huh' tuu. Hilt ilttprdl to
thsn was good for political reiSon? n form ticket let me hn!ttei\ to bv
luMlth f.iui; >,in that he is a loyal sup-
Yet, despite its fundamental op- Tim hit me hard iiecause 1 haa portai of Mr. Grantlcy Adams > i
pwaoo lo party government, the always nuSntained in private con- "do 'n't know what would hau-
fsitln i Association did produvf mrsalion that if you could con- pen t,. Barbados if Mr. Adams
a sufficient number ot c.tndui it. vines psopll tit Harbados that you went".
to have secured a mainritv in 'h'' Wt'r'" genuinely interested in their Somebody hSf got to form u
11..use of Ass-mblv at the last etiar' and were trying to help political party which will content
., rt0M .M..e'.V ton had 4? *.......W -"'.....l! *" nxt tl^'ons wilh a """
ported them.
ectlr/i inn*.
Mv views
able chanre of winning, but if
ere theoretical. ex-poUlirian (rlend 15 right ami
But the ejectors ior tne most TfM^1 on wlshfui thinking, what r only demagogues can do the trick
part ga.-e their support to tha wouui like to believe about mj what a grey prospect lies ahead.
Barbados Labour Party and in fellow Barbadians. a irr tnara people are
such a way that no effective op- m> friend's viewsthe expoli- Irftklng to federation to save ii*
position exists in Barbados House Uclan who must be nameless in so from the demagogues mj
ol Assembly today. 1inall an Islandwere based on fcrcsecs.
Our ICeaili-rs S;i> :
Yulcnvp Gsafa
the privilege of a slight at
ance with Mr. Oal.*
- blOWledM I of the
grown into such a flourishing and paper. ALo thai
influential organ. (Will these i evat stTot for thi press #
biographical articles, i- |, for the Advocate of Blsh-ip
be brought together in a small Sv. ut to be
0.1k whon completad"!
I think I have mentioned before doe. a year or two liter
... that I was station, d in Barbad.
lea And that has had a verv lonn innings, lvlvld description of Mr Valence in 18W.' as the Junior minister at Kingston Ward of Georgetown
Lnd the founding ot the James Street Church and asso- Wirh thank* for space.
Advocate newspaper, which has ciate congregations, and so had FRANCIS GODSON.
been swept out bt :.
small space to a vcr
As II ,s. may remajfl aS long as "bush- JS' tSUfS^Hi
fry lorm inninns. 1 vivid
-ii!I "oint" strong.
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SUND4V. MHHlnt.lt 14, 152
SINIm UAOCATI
PACI l
People Of Barbado8-XXIlI
(By JOHN PRIDI \l \.
In 1842 a ncM) was formed
in Bartados I
rtW; IhU i.isl l wo representatives of
vas called "The Bart.,do- Auxil- i.i A- time Prascou
, ItMl", ih*
Britain for ihe ext net. (Heal newspaper In the
i II.i Civilisation 1,1-ni ami nnd it iepul "
v : v..

moaufacturi
would be lost.
The lyie of sugar planted in
Barbados had i> -
i ndslup i Lord Braall In ie*' i i I
led <'. until there
; octal posi- an>
lOllowi Hon. T. J. Cunimbvs, "l,:i m 'he M mac, i
i wpl 0> bowed in- irua geptewbei
eaa in his abililv and \itl-

I
mere poiiaii.l ends llr dtd not
'. <>t principle but

.1 the hum nitty
i his activities
Klh- MMirt
Bis]
V Phillip*. It Vt
I -i .. ;
Morshem. Joseph Kennedy. Israel
Byran T Young w s wo*
VluV
ih,
TME SI'AKISH FLEET destroyed by Morgan
ROGUES OF THE SEA:
Sir Henry Morgan: Black
Flag and Union Jack
fly FAN GALE
, .. 1
lai i
Aft r .ill- .Milord .m,i irnmli art.
ht* (it*,! eoloui .. .. |,.v
being e luded
afBea Tim movement u < tag beea be< i ot bat ana)
Samuel J.ukman Preecod, an ,v i itmuanca with
tar in 1 while inspiring thorn
re this island it. tin Act of 1131 ' -" ontaUva In-
r i
tad vac a aantpi i *
\ IBM well versed "
1840, ",. ,,. pmd he kc
nutted r a movwnani with.
. i w iu itauneft-
tha numbei ing loi inn eivtl rights
\ or coloured ho i i
kpi
ItMn
that, fo
. l"i>|[ time al pat) rate
from twenty-two to
The A.t eama into force in ima. "" *hl"^ " "-mam lha pre-
Samuel Hl* "ervlcea an
coloured man win. w.,. .ntti.U rnacUntoi and haniimiwer te-
self taught. .,,i s/ho bad baan \r< :i u'' ,w" " 'nvalu-
abnn'i maker
v. .is
ni'
of th,
MCkcd Mui.u.iiti,, .uu f'ni (ii1 -
the ralter. returning to Jrimaica with
It would be Impossible to write
about pirates without mentioning:
Sir Henry Morgan, the buccaneer
who begun as u bond servant in Of twelve ladders t,> bo made In BttsBeta In lha meantime -.
Barbados and eventually became all haste, so broad that three or governor of Panama was advanc- much .oot, to be
Lieu tenant Governor of Jamaica, four men i.t once might ascend ing towards Port , Bell.- with an '<'
Esquemeling tumi up his origin them; this being finished, he com- army. Instead of leaving, how- piracy, m on their
and beginiungs triu*: "Captain manded all the rellglmis men and ever, the plntdf Wtltt out and side war* adopting f
Henry Morgan was born m Oraal woman, whom he had taken pns- ambushed the army killing a great tatics. so Morgan ran l
Britain, in the principality of oners, to fix them against the walls many men. The Governor then "ew commission as Commander-
Wales: his fats. ,.-..: the castla." Morgan thought decided, to let them remain there in-chief of all the ships of war
man, or farmer, of good quality, that the Governor would not fire to collect their random and being ln Jamaica, to levy wai -gain*!
even u most who bear that name on the monks and nuns, but he aitonlahed that so small a band o' ",e sPanlatds. the booty gained
In Wales an- known to ba Mor- did, and R was onlv after a great men could have capture*! Porto nn lht expedition to be the only
gan, when young, had no In Una- many of them had been killed bu0 he wnt mawge to Mor- P^X-
tion to the 'ailing <.f hU father. lh;i, the laddera were placed .. dirln_, sume SIUjll lleTn Accordingly, a!.or ravaging Iho
and therefo,-e left his country, and .galnA the wails. Then "the pi- Zt\h aims^Jrewdh K had ''-*u of Cuba a"d PUrmg
came towards the meoMU k> rtte, mounts ,hm in pnt num. ^^1^ ?uch v Z w Urata S*"'" Caulina. Morgan datar-
aule.
with
although detestinJ or VlaWad -K2?
su puion by nerrly all ,V., '
"The elm
m*; but
. i. Havi
iiant the Bourbi'
purchased I.30U plantsonly
i ru m b lat ': n \v
Han KeirrnH '
"huh were in might from the
[land of Martini iuc These
wore rii-.t Inaportad from the
Itland oj Mau
l^iuls XVI lo the Cai I
Hope, an.1 DNM
enna with initrui I
E .11 the
Franch Colonk
"The inhabitants <>i ti
td hut little knowledge nf thi J
Plant until the i
unti|U( I
Fruit Ckiva and Cinn imon wen
imported into '
same lima bj lha
Bv itn* this t.|H- .( caw wai
vail aatabUahad
nTlmte dh'mmm- |r tl I OUtpul of
facture .is (lii
..rly
ba vv..- npobrtad bj
white men o( the com
"I I n d other classes
possessed f u broader out-
loek >r more liberal views.
Slavery had teen abolished but
live >ears previously, and Ptaacoo
n in the House the amrk
ii.ntsry reform from
seek some employment more \>cr9i
suitable to his aspiring humour;
where he found
vlth not less valour.
city.
Captain MorganWncalvad ^lncdJ ,akP t
at *van* nra^toaallai In their hands, thif inettengcr Very kindly and gj ? overcoming perils and
anchor, bound for %SSoS. I^JKS^WJK! SLTTK "*th great civility, and gavehim &&2J? ^JXtlJPJ***:
With these he resolved to go
the service of one, who according
to the practice of lliose parts sold
him as soon as he eama ashore.
After nerving his tbna m this
islandand the life of a white
bond servant was hardMorgan
m.ide nil army to Jamaica. Ttiara
he toon )"inl the htHCaiMaVI nnd
after a few trips lie managOd DO
save enough money to buy a ship
in partnership with BOnta Of his
comrades. He waa uitaninaousty
elected captain of thi- vessel and
on leaving Jamaica he met an
old pirate callad Mani laid who
was busy equipping a fleet to
harass the Spaniards M
appointed Morgan his Vice Ad-
miral nnd the expedition was
successful in capturing the Island
of Providence -r Santa Catahna.
The old pirate. M.m-iUld. was
killed by ibe Spaniards shortly
afterward*, however, and '>'
became the Admiral of the
Lucca nee rs.
Governor's CoWanaWgiOB
Two years later, in 1668. Mor-
gan was actually commissioned
by Sir Thomas Modyford, Govorn-
or of Jamaica, lo capture some
Spanish prisonei-s in onler to
question them about a threatened
attack on that laland. Collecting
ten ships and BOO n
in Cuba and marched t< l*uert<
Principe, which he took and pil-
laged; and after.'
plished the almost impos.-'ible feat
of taking by storm the fortified
and well g'trrlsoned town of Porto
Bello on th^ mainland.
all which things being now at the ,( ,-, and u fpw mM buUl.Ui
' l T!1^ Z.^,^ rry bark lo the president his
S.d aJS. "J ,fBt.Sl^!'r marf- tfllln. him, withal, he
The fight did not last much longer d w to accept that slender
;'" ,-att. ' the arm whwwwtth hi
"^ had Uken Porto Belln. and keep
dig
except the Governor who died
As Usual
much larger than his
own. The fame if tin* brilliant
exploit was, however, again ob-
scured i>> abominab'a scenes of
cruelly and ricbaucheiy. during
arnica a gaUaon containing
it .f the booty
aped Moreover. Morgan .heat-
ed party .if hi. men thai he n.nl
left further down the rival Ol
The battla won. "the pirates Although these exploits had ,heir share of the spoil, and
fell lo eating and drinking, as considerably exceeded the tenm .>f ,,.|Un.,j 1(, Jamaica laavtni
------il; that la, n.mmiiung In l-
manner of debauchery and been accompame.1 by frightful touI(( " owca, navar
0 I ii ti.in tie pan
I ii.-1 ni H Qovarnor and the
Ciiutuil, but in the in.
... .-...
England and Spain .md Modv-
ford and Mttrgan were ordered
back to England to answer for
tbotl emiduel.
: gbtlng.
,1
for a twelvemonth; after
which time he promised to come '
to Panama and fetch them away'.
Indies enjoying I
tlal system of dutj thai is the
sugar manufacturi i
eounti lea was su ect
iii.,* i
Colonial
Ing foravai la bt tti i
.laimeti that the
people of thi Untied K:
..gar minded.
WOefe Sir John cVr'Alieyne', tn,1 ^ lh,',Tllk
Bart., had left it. and tried to colonies could net luppl) the re-
revisr the powers of the House of "\,llr*J "Tw. \ 'i"
- so as u, bruig them In United Kingdom had
harmonv with the altered state of mor* for ,h" ,UKar ,han wffc then
aociety. He was instrumental n considered nflCMpary. ao II i
the auditing of (he public "ronuaed ,0 reduci the dui>
accounts by an independent .udi- I01*'*" *uar .,""
tor. and the introduction of the but the duty on the sugar from the
annual estimates of rev.nue and Bitlsh Colonies was not to b.-
expend ture. He claimed that reduced, it was claimed that the
.Dpi..pi ustion of the public money su"r '""' ,h'' t"iv""1
.- euiii lie in the House and, its lb which slaver) still existed could
- nn tratlon In the F-X.eutlve tVtP at the pi. t.ietit i;d dUt) >'
properly U-loi.g.," ,id rt eoim-ete with I
aflvoeatcsl the fonnatlon of what ""' British Coloniaa, Il
is nut the Public Works Depart- thar cUlmad that this
nwnt. The great eonstlulional would nfton
raforms of the last eentury can mgnt to thtr COnUni
M lad to him. for he was "Htl the vxtanslan ot Ihe tlayi
mi h fa the eeration of Ihe Hade, thlls lUllUfylng ill 'hen
post of Auditor General, the for- prOV.....I storl UJ ptfl '" nd 10
mat: ii f Hie Executive Ionium- thll hOTTld trade.
tee, and the Franchise Act of 1B84
"Sir llanry"
Morgan, however, soon
ling the King's
i-d-
I I v i i i .
nnd in the Autumn of 1674 ho
was appointed lieutenant govern-
or of Jamaica and was knighted,
leaving England in Dtcambai
Aficr auch a raraai i I- bad
had it was not sui prising that
Morn'
official was not v.iv cradiuble,
He was charged by the Qovernor,
Lord Vaughan, soon after his
appomtnaant with encouraging
privateering. He intrigued again.I
his colleagues and
governors of Jamaica in the hope)
of superseding UavU; and >u'-
poried tne outrageous conduct
hi.s brother Captain C
gan, a terrible nifRan
klnsmnn Col Byndlos, taking
part in their brawl' and rlrunke.i
orgies.
Esquemelin | gives a graphic
description of the taking of Porto
Bello. The pirates approached the
city by night, he says, and cap-
tured a guard, who they com-
manded to tell the soldiers within
the wall, to surrender or they
would be cut to piece:. The sol-
diers began tiling, however, and .-,,..
aroused the city. Alter a sharp CAPTAIN MOBOAN
fight Morgan and his men cap- WCOU; these two vices being cruelties and excesses. Governor
tured that for* ml lib ('.lowed bv many insolent actions Modyford endeavoured to cover
it up, continued to advance Into of rape and adulter> Thus they the whole under the necessity of
the citv The battle was furious gva themselves up to all sorts allowing the English a free hand
and raged for manv hours of debauchery that fifty courage- to attack the Spaniards when-
ous men might easily have re- ever possible.
The Governor retired to one of taken the citv, and killed the
the Castles. Morgan lenllsed that pil Another Expedition ...mint beat a n.uge. flatter h
If he was going tc. win the day After spending fifteen days in On his return to Jamaica Moi h< noul him and gat him to light
he wouhl have t tak- the castles. p,,rh, Bello the pnates b?gan to gan was almost immediate'-, Ofl your Blda" i, .. policy which
where the ch.ef citi'ens had taken ,,iake preparation, for their de- entrusted with another expedi- the English have lollowed from
refuge, taking thCir plate and [ arture. But before they would tion against the Spaniards and that day to this, and
Jewels with them. "To this eaTacV1 leave they demanded n ransom proceeded to ravage Ihe coasts of markable stacosna, iioih
l-Squemelnik', he ordered ten of 100,000 pieces of eight from the_Cuba. In the next year. 1W he West Indies and
P> one thing," ona historian
e thought It distinctly
Pttrograda for a colony which had
UW privilege of elf-
gove, r.,,.,,, for Ml |on- Xu b,.
pohtu ill, ,ii-i,d.-.l. Bag another.
Da "i.ini. depi*. i.ded the :dea
of thi-.wing upon Ihe Crown the
Whole dutv ol Ihinkrng and act-
ing foi the ein.Oit ip..'ed classes 8s
though they were unworthy of the
potilit ,ii Ircadon a ueh is the
proud tio.i-t of Anglo-Saxondom
T bin. the lugheat eitlxinship
v.* b'M-i on a sansa of respnn-
nblllty, (inii it was slmph avong
and foolish for any stale to limit
the number of its citizens or nejrt m
cramp their opporlunities for scaled,
responsible civic effort."! I) The v<
,TD BE CONTINUED)
by gvarfl m m
1 .1 Mm Ii-.
, Pi 1JST
i',. MH 1
Ships Va ill Qued
For Tourist KirOla
On S|uuiis\i Main
A warshi|
will laat
. ...th in engb i i
and not -oui on board
gpsj a rivet ii i
_.m bought by the 1
It was natural that Prescod did Siain Navy, Bad
vite antagonism in certain quar- MM nillea to Bangkok
ters of the cominunilv, espeeiall) She will lake
at lha planter element was itU "' world Cnindn
"l the opinion (hat it had bsjan
urjustly treated by being deprived
h of their capiial
Slavesand had only rcceive-l
in ill recompense from the hands
i I th. British Government Hut
'"i all this it must be admitted
that Prescod had some strong and
launch parliamentary allies. The
General, Hon. John
! h I Trlmn Inghgm,
Young. Nnthaniel Forte. ,lnpd- ""
(he i
bum. "in
and James Holllgan wen very
Open Mi then co-operation wilh
WlTi There Is a striking proof of
ihe high laapaci which the How
l n IhKl. he ,.... suspen- and the Community hclu for
ed in Jamaica from all 1
i. which was confirmee"
by the Government m England
after hearing Morgan's defeine
I he was restored to his place
tne Council In July lfiBa. P
month before ins death.
Mc
i.. i
USM | .
exainpU- of
perhaps the
gngluh
Samuel Jaekman Prescod Is shown
By ihe voluntary and Unanimous
vote of eensure which the House
"f Assembly passed on Dr. Ban-
Kim, Senior Member for St
Thomas and a very senior Member
it that, for using unparliamentary
language lo Mr Prescod
The history of the British West
Indies is closely linked with the
or retrogressive movements eman-l
ite. The price of sugar has always I
been the eon'rnlllng factor In the'
iionomy of the Island of Barba-
'- dos, and as the United Kingdom
gradually moving toward)
policy of free trade, this meant
\ Due lotat) to the fact that Ihe approach of Stock- J
0 taking finds US somewhat overstocked we ai. offering '
1 the Undttrm) i Uoned Mauranai '
| BIG DISCOUNTS OFF THE
I REGULAR RETAIL PRICES.
3 3' DUNL0PILL0
48 ONLY ARE TO BE SOLD
AT $52.96 EACH.
3' V0NO INTERIOR SPRING
MATTRESSES
'
S93.00 each
$85.75
ONLl in OP EAI II IMI I PI >oi. AT
i :ii.-si spt:t iai ni oi \rioNs
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gPOl c \s.it -mi- ONI *
As X "ii U the specilied quantities have
Keen disposed of the rein.under of our
itOCR Mill immediately revert to the
'mcos.
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-I M>\\ MI'Ir.MBER 14, 1MI
"VIEWS OF BARBADOS"
ton at In*
..mlliar owing to
.1 earls drawn bj
n Th- eoftuMM of ngurv
have sreally altered. Time ha-
orted as a fMM which has reject-
,! ,i".l praaar*

Sard arti*-
ne of Car-
t of a shit
1 .in unfa-
ir :i veil know

H jnd 'hoi
are separated hv road* and tree-
This has the
.
1 re and the rlslnr
i-.:: Carlisle Bay ap-
K rounded by lov
lls.
View* liicrtiie
the mid 19th century on-
the Island ar.
more MllMroua -his was to be cx-
Sl Ijv W S
wish tii ii he had
f the id n
ih alter th-
4*31 ihov the des.>-
REAPINQ CANES by 8 W Poyar. Lcnl bu Mrs. A. L. Goddorrf
vhich necessitate*!
on the

r n iles thii
1 / I fa) "Race:
n the Savannah"; horee drawn
.chicles take the place of grand
'ands and are drawn up alongside
he rails. Racegoers are better
tressed then than now, men In top
hats and stove-pipe trousers.
I.fiic rustling in taffetas and
A military band in
red coats whiles away the wait
I Hweeo the races and there are
i la I near-
by marquee. Then the scene or
(he Savannah changes again to
a match race between "High-
Iddan by John Poyer and
"Lady of the Loon" with Majm
Miiclntrnh. an officer of the Gar-
rison, In the saddle. "Lady of the
Loon'. however, lacked the speed
of "Htahlander" on this June
afternoon of 1847. The back-
ground of this painting showing
tie Savannah Is
particularly Interesting.
To this period also belongs th
work of W. H VMsngfl B D
who Is represented by two water-
colours One of a Review of
troops in red coats on the Savan-
nahthe original of E. Walker'
lithograph it
very satisfying picture for the
grouping is beautifully arranged
Also by Dr Freeman is a view of
Hall Gul]
reminds us ho*.
island must one* have looked
l'n known
known
ome of the arttati reapot

probably tourists with more leis-
ure than those who travel todnv
on luxury cruises or by air lines
lv tourist* pilnted the
'1 scenes to
.i friends at hOflM toi
his was before the popularity of
he Kodak OfM of ihi I
iy j it
Kldd. pathtad in 1842, Is not only
fresh in colour but remarkably
-"lodern. for tne scene has changed
little since that date. Washer -
a omen Becelct Spring is a scene
unfamiliar to us. When nearly a
century ago W. Carpenter paint -
td this picture it was a scene of
1 I ity Beetle* Spring rose
io the surface between "Bay Man-
Ion" and "Bay Cottage" and ran
down to the tea between the sltev
of the Ice Factory and Gas Com-
pany, where a benevolent Public
Works Department has recentlv
otiened a window. The spring has
disappeared and so have the pic-
turesque garbs of washerwomen
so* them in gay ban-
<'.inus, their skirts hitched up
neWly so the knee so that the**'
garment* begnn In an enormoi,.
"II around the wait! like an tn-
flatad motor tyre This garb has
not long disappeared for we catch
a glimpse of It again In S W
Pjny r's charming painting of
"Washerwomen at the Hole It
much to be regretted that this
beautiful, gay and distinctive
head-tie has been replaced hv
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Ville. and is a panoramic view of
the town heightened by a l.rilli..r,'
Mcndum n Net" reveals
Poyer's ability as a portrait
p.unter.
m Hotaon'g prospect of
"Codrtngton College" shows the
^if the Victorian ama-
teur, aa does ilw the painting of
Hastings House by an unknown
hand.
Howen's work lacks the
many of
hi! scenes are little more than
oid it Is in hi* seascapes
n uM |i-ok for hi* finest
..'oi k in i.ipturing the movement
it of both sea and sky
-*i x I! ... I
arorfc "Cotton 'r
i
has now disappeared.
A beautiful water colour of a
"Flamboyant at Bishop's Court"
by Maude A Law makes one wish
that this artist had concentrated
more on the local scene. She
By and on
a grand scale which is seldmi.
found among watercolour artists
today Smaller paintings reveal
that Miss Law was also capable
of compressing w without
loss of colour, htr "Perfecf Day"
is a beautflully balanced compo-
sition
A remarkably magniflcen'
patchwork quilt of about I860 ha-
been loaned for this exhibition by
Mr. Jack Warmlngton. nnd it i
- ptnet nmi'1 s,,rn "Ur"
It is unique not onl>
Wed but the skill
in which strip* have been em-
ployed to obtain delicatelv hnrtr*'
contrasts.
The exhibition ends on 26th
September.
aste
S. VT. Poyer
RACES ON THE SAVANNAH" by W. 8. Hedge- Lent bg Hon. J. D. Chandler
Of the more modern painters
bj far the beat represented Is
v W Poyer. His contemporaries
Ernest Bowvn and Felix Haynes
' g* not so given to painting the
ical arena for both essayed the
leld of portraiture which finds do
.lace in this exhibition. Poyer
n Impressionist, and In many
: nil tictures he has employ td
he potnttllist technique of apply-
ng small dabs of colour. This
node of painting Is particularly
< saful in his large canvas of
mrl I'nimi and "Reaping
Canes", of the latter picture there
I an Interesting water colour
sketch Poyer had. evidently, n
lOVfl for the w..v tn| uTOOd
of the coconut, which he often de-
licts sometimes with the delicacy
,\ ., Chines* scrol.-painting. HI
Viow from the Pine Hill'1 l<
i..unted before the advent of Belle
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THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

Ivetalty *'
i>ody
.-.!>. dm't
tn tr
deereos.
.- lion was hell for female cundl-
i eleven years lattg BM -
nd women ciuid eo.n|>ete for
I i'hiuu:-. and prizes on
equal icrms. So at a time when
lo U ok that wonian'n
icti^lties were conflnad to their
na were already emcrg-
iBf into public life.
nOuU remember that un-
.ike Oxford and Cambridge th.
..> of Loiiuuti .a a leuei-
Mb ii hi adueiUOPaJ bodies, each
wofklBi todepaxidanUy, yet under
the oi.o main authority wiii?h i
h university itself. In this oui-
itne ol the subject a ts Impossible.
to gi\e in detad the name-- MM
of all these 'bodei' or
'schools'there are thirty-six in
include twelve medical
schools or tuUaayjl, and such wvll-
known places of learning as Uni-
versity and King's College. Hall*
, Bedford CoswSM fo
arOOV n. Itnpvr'ul ( ottaB*, and um
London School of Economics.
The supreme governing body of
the on.vets.Iy || tb Senate, con-
sisting of the Chancellor, Viet-
... '.l-.e |] ...I. nf I
iciprti .,nd others;
and Senate House, which is the
fltoi i adnihualration
and finance, is one of the most
I gnlBcenl modern buildln(s u> \-
wen In London. It stands In
i in immense struc-
I Portland stone, designed
by the architect Charles llohlcn.
;i-t:me Hufltnl
ii the university naturally fortu
n. bUl II ' .mi
1.
if well over 18.000. Of these, b*-
1,000 and 3.000 students
n < onimonwealth aiifl
foreign countries an,l .
as seventy countries
in other words a
world-coverage.'
Among all the countries rcpre-
ih" f'e-ter nuinben at
the present time come from India
i Pakistan, from Amer ca On
moat cases to the London Scln
of Economics). from Bunt
Australia. Canada, and N<
Unlike Oxford and Cam-
the University of
London is a federation of
i.lucatioTial bodie*. but to the
flouting population of 18.000
full-time studenl< from home
Did "verses who attend Its
var'ous 'schools' It is ode '>(
stimulating places in
the world.
By JAM.ES lANGHAM
All academic subject.-,
re DOVirad, the standard for
BntUah l*emg a high OBB, but
tnany students from abroad ap-
pear" to have a special wish to
learn political science, economic
i edicine. and engineering of all
inds.
The average age oi inese younn
men mil women on arrival from
overseas is twenty or twenty-one
in aenei.ii term they, Hk,
lUdOBte, must have passed nn ei.
ranee examination of matrtcul.i-
Uon tandard. The aver in length
if the course Is three years, but in
.ome subjects longer course is
neededparticularly In medicine.
tchich takes six years.
The normal method of .ipplii,'-
tion to altend | gbOOl I BW
-. is through th- I Si
Office or Foreign Office *Bd h
Ministei of Fxlucation of the coun-
rnid. Put thi
raj .i
which bi me or um
nut nfll
i u\\ by the itudeoti Ihagnaclye
but by those responsible M BMBI
utitry.

|il arrive In Lm

. ', V I
.|iiired of himand alm>
Theie was a iee.:l case, by no
means rare, of a young African
rron the Wait coast who *t"v>c
(rufl ' steaatu 11
rod |n London, antereti lh
1 offices of the university's A
o Overseas Students, and BaM >
h,ive ambition.' He also ft
shillings only in his pocket. What
was to be done with him''
This Is a frequent problem f'>r
hard-working and conscientious
nd helpers of 'stray' >i -
i [vail In London ft cannot Ik- loa
Wrongly emphnsistd thai
< em should conic from oversea-.
i.nless he has been gu.n
place In the university, and ha-
.idequate fun uiring his degree course.
Many legitimate students bring
th tnctn only just enoui
lor the period of their n
In Britain- idequate. pas
tnelr academic career run
Iy, but a reason ( i
imbarrassment if they should tail
in examination and c*use a dcl.tv
in the Usne factor. For this reason
many of them seek for and i lew
i btain evening employment aft< r
their day's work, and so eke cut
the small weekly allowance.
But in spite of difficulties t> .
I University of London can con-
vratulatc itself on the overwhelm-
m| 'u.- Ita Th'
. I students from abroad
have the coun,-
problenu of living and
working in furelan Wnd. The
majhgity are Inton ltd aa I happs
acquiring useful Ideas and know-
ut our world, and making
frlOBdahlp that last. Ai
have asti nlshlng records of success
during Ui<* period they have de-
irntoj There Is mr
instance. th true story of the
Sikh from I>ar Es Salaam, who
after rarest] *? U n clerk tried
for and won n law degree.
Tho problem of loneliness can be
and frequently is lessened by the
cctlon taken by many 1!:
studi nts in London. Often BMy m
.i of a student from Africa
nr India or etsi'where who I
to arrive m London on a certain )
They Will write to him to
r'nd out whether he ha.s mad. anj
If not. they will find in
accommodation, meet him on
rh chaperon him. glvo him I
.ntroductlons, and do their be*t t< |
iiakBe him feel 'at home.'
I'll is in London a certain [
-U.b called Stuslenl Movement |
lodBO .vhich started in the flrst
world war and I I la* OUdU
amcius by Mary Trevelyan, the
i/reaent Advfewr to overseas i
students. The club is not of!i-
. tally linked with London I
versltv but it has some rolee
memben off in
iinm an over the irorid gnd a
todtnts.
One
..it a much large scale wl I
by th- university itself
when a suitable London site ha*
U>en chosen. Within its walls
'n and women of ull
ill be able to meet and
spend their leisure hours as they
do to-day, on a smaller scale. In j
Student Movement House.
Hut the main impression loft
upon any observer who goes a
little way off the beaten track to
look at another side of life lo
that the University of London.
although by no means the oldest
of our universities, is one of y.
most stimulating in th# world.
LOVMS L. BAYLEY
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SUNDAY. SKPTKMBKR 14. 152
8UNDA. UiVnCATF.
FAC.l I I.I \ I N
THE QUEEN AND
HER CONSORT
HE IS W MOff PI PPM Wit \l \! H I nl ID g
(By ijiu.i i; rULFOBO)
Historian arid auihontu on Court affairs.
YOU will bo
making .. gnat -
sacriAce". These
were the words
used by a fam-
ous Quern of
England, shortly
before her mar-
riage. to her hus-
She meant that
it was a sacrifice
because no man
likes to depend
on his wife for
his carver.
Even la lhM
enlightened day*,
husbands have
been heard to
grumble if (bay
ere laft to mind
lite babv or wal-
low in the M!ik
so that the wife
can shine In her
profession.
This will nut.
of course, be the
fate of Prince
Philip, but it is
rliKt to empha-
sise that his life's
work is that of
an auxiliary to
hi* wife How-
ever much he
may be the con-
trolling partner
in the private,
domestic circle of
the Queen, his
authority is sub-
ordinated to hers
the moment they
pass into public.
inewucen will
naturally, feel
that this H
wrong and In-
congruous, and this is why buffered hardships not dissimilar
female sovereigns in the p;.st h..w rn m ihose endured by hapless
sought to hide this f Europeans during the
fact by showering thi-i Ik-.kIcx.
with honours and dlgnltlc Tk-4* 1V...I.
elevating them to the title u[ ,, n\*r .J* _,
Kins- orprlnce Ponsi-rt "' : ,*'v h,m ,hp opportunity
S^aSjir^ rssSE!
nor husband wiih no rucr, misty . BrIUUi MoaenS , i,,
halo In icb mailers >imi>liril> loucb with Continental fcellna
Is always owl. and true dUUnc- ,... possible durins
tlon Is surely to be found in the recent ream
unadorned title of The Prince or Thet Prince Philip has a mind
The Duke. to do Mi own e/u
Both the Queen and The Duke *> b U"J trouble he took
of Edinburgh have lieen earn- "'"' "'' Pecch to the British
wared od nauseam with Quo. "" Me worried
Victoria and Prince Albert. But 2". "" own ."I*?"' w"">i on
when precedents of what Queen '' ,",,m'"n?,,? ' *" J>c
is-.!.. zsxsgast
c/C!.....' rsc^avs
.,. .2 J^J"" '" T the Queen alone,
centenaries and htetorieal peril- but in the Urfu buslncu of re-
'e'* entUal this rountry and the
Albert may be recalled. He laid hi. ml. fat rust <.i.t with ht
dj^v^rv,rie) ,:tm" r""",':''' <" -:;:rouiiV)'*!!*
govern the life of the consort of BS a mere puppet of the Queen,
ft queen; -Aim at no power for without descending into the luab
yourself. Assume im separata i asturss *>f flattery. responsibility. Sink your own passptl am to-ii-raiu'ntc them-
lndlvldual exist em.- in | t of aajvgsj Oft having so near the
>-our wife." , of action who is In
The present Queii.'s father and no anally alert and
grundfalhtr. owing to tin- two IntaUlffnt
wars, were more cut off front "I would not havs> hlg job," unis
Europe than any of OU I centuries. il id in. bj exacting it is also
Prince Philip w;is brought up rtunulaunaj,
as a boy on the ConUiMi Lj wotu copYtuotn aaanvn
It well and has relations who have LE-S.
THE CORONATION ROUTE
KNOW ANYONE WITH A WINDOW HERE}
lusl Im Paoain*...
1" William I nrrrl Slrnnri
The Sun Does Not Shine Bright 1\
PRINCE PHILIP DUKE OF EDINBURGH
twmtw
i* ..: |OU,l MJ
iak:n; n
;ora cmbank-
jnf n I was
Hire*-aur:ers
THE SEVEN-MILE ROYAL DRIVE
| IBaasaM eMi nest '*<
H i<> anol ' ifuloir!>
SLUGS and SNAILS
WITH
METALDEHYDE
METALDEIIVDE hag .1 SLUGS
and SNAILS Mixed with bran or other matenal pala-
table to Slugs in proportion*! >' ittractl from a distance
and destroys them.
METALDF.IIYDt I illy applied and UM
UastructlocM dalivarad with supplies muit be strictly
apjorcad.
THE Medical Superintendent I said that was good
>..iged and'would I mind Co von do during the dav
waiting a few minutes. The quiet ed him
voiced Matron offered me a chair
and I oat down in an office where "Well." he MtW,
the atmosphere was not obviously itor- who raw
i| f>r yourself soma-
," I a>k- thing to earn a penny? Wll Dow,
th.- way I look at it I
inething You've got
ime in the paper* and not
1 net* a far as
but -. 1 geatsj -Mtn vary often, though And l n li tax kg*. And al-
patienta and Nicknes* and ward* But I taut do nm.h ..: ,
Upad and a tele- cause of mv eyes I'm seventy- -o ; v,ju and
phone rang softly, while far away two y'kno*^" you think back on all the tlmea
down a corridor a white coated ve been in and out and in
nurse ghosted by From a nearby asked Sergeant what h ,,..,-, A, Ihaj peat two nr fatal
window 1 looked down into a long thought about. Just lying there m I think vmlrr
room where people were lying on his bed "Davs at se.. ful and loM let
beds. There wen- many beds when I was Clifford Sergeant RM. anyon, till voti different And I
and people. That was in 1907 w! irJ(.
tain's cook aboard If Ms s-
Outside the sun idione brightly 1 have R N behind b* name
hut only anarad rays of It came y-know He looked at me and 1
nto the room where I waited for said that was okay and 1 would
permission to talk to one or two remember to write It that wav
af the inmates of this gaunt, grey Clifford Sergeant. R.N.
building where the woik of heal-
ng goes on endlessly day and "Aye, these were the davs," and
night. the old eyes lit up "1 was a cook
d waiter ashore, too for a while

1 you told
read tttti
. would.
-- uity ssi,ii i*Miif|i. *i>i, **>r rl ntMii
Yae, the supe.iniendent thought Tfln back ,<, Mlt wlth ,hp iUt,,th se^rru.ire-* and di
jrbe this
ught hav
-1 longing n l
Btsck Rook' .** tin
i not from Miss May
gg patient.
My 1- none too goodI'm
-ixt' \ you k&a> imt it'll get
1 crow stronger. I'm a
i.iker by-
trade.
in ward three une New York, Bran v.
thing to say. And it.dies. But the war stoppd it in
Then wasn't there a jau and 1 didn't go to sea again.
Miss Marshall in ward nine? The Ay9t xhcx wf,r Dltm itlendant said that- was
and that she would take me I rose and said I was glad to
'hrough the Hospital. So I col- know him and to hear it rotddn1
lected mv official pass and passed be long before he would be allow-
rrom the company of the admlnls- ej home, when he could get
rrative personnel to that of re- miff of the sea again and heai
-urnbent patients lining the walls ".he voice of it- speaking to Clif-
In rows, their pa) am a clad figures ford Sergeant. R.N.
trikini; bizarre colour accents ,
against the ward's all-white. Gladstone Leacock was quite
close in the same ward, sitting on
We stopped at one of the beds tn *** o( hl" bcd- h,s prema-
*nri spoke to Clifford Sergeant, 'urely white head bowed 11.
His heavilv plastered leg was en- looked at me out of sad eyas and ,.,.
ased in a metal support, holding * J"" sal together for While
it high off the bed. and *ld very little. I bt ird what
he said from time to lime but L \. ., ijtg a comfort and
"Hello there!" I said, "I've come haven't much heart to give you k,.iv wrell wTitten" 1 looked at
1 talk to you for a little while, this inter\'iew in dialogue In the Ufl Otl!
ryou mind?" I sat down and we fact, it Isn't for you at all that sn \\ baa nso It CAW
>kd at each other. I'm writing this. It's for Glad- rpparem from the closely printed
I dont," he re- Stone laeacock who. in his fort> ,, x; v Marshall liked
The May To
Make Dollars

Southamploik With an
aMaaagej foe all Britain.
I Arch K
Martin, who tlm
ItVt too with a British n
I..: J.nr, I
1 xpctl.se .is 1
r -1 -
ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial


agaj
1


f, that come
I ul Pd like to sev my
She's in the Stales.
tpd we haven't seen each
.in for ovag forty ftm 1 net
g letter usually *t Christmas.
weight that's holding
me bwek. If 1 could jnst put Bfl
ueiKht I'd soon be home again."
-w.-ii. fou*r 1 youn| i<'King
da I laid t> Mi" Maishatl
, 1 i plekagl up .1 l**>k
lying on the DM This has an
" Very Prevent
H.lp '
"Yei
"No. recko:
piled slowly.
' so years, ha
In in ii)t. I guess
i't seen his name
nody.
matter that conUlnad
I asked him how long he had
been In hospital and he told me You'll remember, Gladstone, we -Anvwav she s.ml "if .uu're
twelve weeks "I'll be glad to be sort of figured things out togethe. ,,'. .nythini >n the paper I
outthe doctor says Vm doing and you told me what was on your ^ IU u. nomu , read It.
' A" Mind you. we get Uie Advocate
I'd rather 1-
Qne and 111 be out soon."
nlnd and how you'd like to do
For *upplle* anil all information appl) *
PLANTATIONS LIMITED.
WHAT are the ihoMghn
of the Sovereign on
Coronation Day An rxtracf
from rh 1911 diary 0/ King
(jcorge V, In a book publithcd
today,* gia** an aniteer MiHich
ii a ;"( 0/ hiuotyand,
posiibly, an .Hsighi into (he
mind of Quten tlii.ir.erh on
her C'oronulion l)a* nesi ear.
MAY AND I
LEFT B.P.
AT10.30...
most beautiful but it a
lemble ordeal
It was grand, yet simple and
most dignified and nent nh
out a hitch I nearly broke
down a hen dear David iroti
Da*' ot Wtndior' cam.
honiAite to me. as II reminded
me so much when I did the
same inlng 10 beloved Papa ra-
dio it so well.
Darling Mav looked lovely, and
it was indeed a comfort to me
to have her by my side as she
has been ever to me durimt
these last II years
On the balcony
We left Westminster Abbey at
215 >hnung arrived inert*
before 11 with our crowns on
and sceptres in our hands
On iitv-hing B.P. Just befon-
3. Mav and I wen- out on
the Dalconv 10 show oursi'he-,
to the people. Had some lunch
with our gueats hmv
Worked all the afternoon with
Uigur '"u pritnlr leerefarn.
later Lord Sta nturdhami i. i
others answering telernia and
letters
Out Kuesu. dined with us at H.3D
May and I showed ourselves
aga n to the people Wrote and
read Ha'her tired Bed at
1141
How the Red Dean
...A terrible
ordeal'
By GEORGE SCOTT
KING OEOROE V headed
the entry in hU diary
"Thursday. June 22. Our
Coronation Day, Bucking-
ham Palace." He wrote :
Today was indeed a great and
int-morable day in our lives and
one we can never forget, but it
brought back to m* many sad
of
ago
\i hen the beloved Parents were
crowned.
May and I left B P. in the
Coronation coach at 10.30 with
eight cream-coloured horse v
TTere were over 50000 troops
lining the streets under ihe
command of I.ord Kitchener.
Inrre were hundreds of
the .tobey" ordeal '
thousands of people who gave
us a magnificent reception
Tin- ervteo in Ihe Abbev was
became a dean
\\* HU first set the Ked Dean ol
** Canterbury. Dr. Hawk
Johnson on tne road to tt.gh
office :n the Church ?
Mr. Ramsay Mac Donald ns.
usua;;y been given the response
b.lty. He waa I'r lue M.nawer
in lV2i when Dr. JOBj)
after 16 vears at a Che!i :
vicar was made Dean <*'
Manchester. He was Pntni-
Minister, too in 1931 when I)r
Johii>on was appointed Dean
of Canterbury.
But the new booa about K.Pii
Oejrge V gives ihe nann-s el
others who had a hand in that
1934 appo mmept.
Lord Stamfordhani the KlMl
private arcr-tary wrote lo Mr.
MacDonald and 10 the Ann-
bishop of Canterbury. Dr
Kanda.l Davidson giving a list
of possible auccesson to the
previous dean
Wholly suitable'
Lord Slamlordhain told the
archbishop the Prnn<- Min.ster
would like to suggest Dr. John-
son. if there were no other
apeciai cundidir.r
The archbishop consulted Dr
William Temple, then Hi.siiup
of Manchester Uatei 10 oeconie
Archbuhop of Cantarburyi.
" Both Ihe archbishop and Dr.
Temple" the book says
" 'bought me Prime Minister's
caudidate wholly suitaov
Archbishop Davidson wrote of Dr.
Johnson He UWayg carr <-v
weight w;th tnoughtful people
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rhla "<-. Maruti 1
a
mall alteration, with 1
em \* ho .! deliahtod ^ it hia
He will also lell Ihea
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if yo| .' i t.-Oti-.i at hsc wiry
U*d hoi to
sa>, 11 ract, 1 think ni gel glonjj
right now!'
Not quite yet, Miss Marshall,
hot \i-i ->n, I'm lire. And 1
hopa U is iii be your fourth and) (;Uli,,|S rnarchini
last visit 11s a hospital patient j win n
i'.it I1..11111 .- ,-1 opll 11
membei ! and .....
11.in rntnd .1
You rt.nit notiiet
point? if onl) t:.i tyi,
...
1 .
pi.-ii ids I am
.
aid them ai Ihsjir own Thoj
re red hot
Its "u! into the sun und
K .it live gaunt mast of
muMii reclining In ihadn; ds-
teptivi quiet; its lab
v..oils ambraetaifl
manifold ailments; it* intdleal
..ui lall inipsiiting new
bawslMi an 1 DOW hoj*' and cotn-
furt. It i~ "ill th,t an
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SIMON I I IIKAKI
l/l'i l.ilr, < hi-
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LEADERSHIPIN LUBRICATION


IWt.l 1WII.VK
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
si Mill -| I'll \lllll: II !;
MR. E. M. FOKSTKIi
l
H lil mi*
\Rt> MORGA
doxical position oi wto$
last novel appear*-.! nearly thirl *.vas nig
emain-
This curiou
:


df titi
,inrt often extreme!'.
1

inong tin
1
IM, IHl'J ).
i il cultured

B
School uix! ul King i Cot
1
rn histor. T> i
Wwn the opt
talion of the Public Sot.
the intellectual fred.>ii
University lorn.'
nf a series of antitheses win.--
were to I* the 'LtitmoO
- I 11 Tor Cambridge wv.
Torrter a shliiitiK Vision of p Ul
in contrail . "

July" v.
i mnbol '"I > truth and *
tA li'' -l"ii.sl. we iiukI.I >... -
Hi* early stone;.
reflect the iiest hc-tic classicism of
'he DOnai I i-m *te >**
in Mod- i fauns and
dryad* nuiki freo,.n
ances Thi, awarenea* a,
-. upvr natural foreshadow
Leal element of
later work, whare people
things arc liable to aaume a mm
IxUir Quality iium-randm., tneii
natural existence Already m
these stories on*
bs*ic 11'.- i i Bis lifa-
truth, nature, gaiety nnd youth,
against imtaaiaTy. convention
pomposity nnd shsm.
to*?"?* This West Indian Culture7
By As BVfSflMSM *'"
HATr.rr,,rt18In,,..,.,PKallo,! : ~;
"> MnnsMhlu that expresses our
-.racier hardb
and tamper); aooiethlni; tMat alTtsctl West tndianj person- couldn't say tlii* of
rt that they can think ery own ^Vwh."
Failing to And ft typical f..rm of art^we ar.'
By IAN GALfc
the old (*rma. but bandied with a different to
We can't be unary i reatttn*.
artiau bee ..use th* y lum palal It is perfectly suited 10 satu-
Ilka all other Rgej I the current souk:
our novelists bnau^ OR g very pungent tn.-

d *u liuiunu boat
oparatui



I


I



J

' UWj mi. larity would soon rjvaj thjt ..
. .,i Uiliiu reaUattcally d Ihng Crosby. That, no doubt, ...
tm why the persona) s..i..
eii Ip L-.iit.i'd. The calypso id the hA<:
R * of skilled tie I. 1 satin- oi Byron to th.ine. and i
n<. certain people ihit , gnrtgla that thai U
. oaeur to people. Alri i
kies and verdant pastures and then are .. 'c- currem eon
reel iloh can i aald 10
nut -ttrouRxi th* I' n Una type, but they are so Roneml
* that they lose their effort. "Th
.,:. | ihe Pound I
:lr. My l.ndlady" Is un
mu--;t nal even better un*. The carcles .
.,,.. unacrUCHiloua, money-uroboli^
i onflranM irhai
llenn ChrWtophr"
. : -
the forn*^
mental short-coming remains.
in ihr Enalish l-ii:u-r t * -r.jny of them are ate doasn't express a single Mi
would like to a* :cai tomfoolery, a few of tbasi a West Indian would D>-
h.indlc their materials .. on.y are shrewd witty and M
t9 were born anfl 'avc And of course, they are a very So far. a- it has i
lived m out islai ., Bpra and ridi- ilgniAcaaee at ;.ll. il la ilmpl]
them. Wc want out nnvc ,- i ule iu.li lha bjrpteal ttavoni ahat ir ajafhoilj manaifr- i .
i.i.- in tbaaa part kntn.1 hate a oalyiaw hi
*ure that in.- i,-t ..1 ti litr ertll
tors, and musui-iis. ffeal f ha pr.fe< tly miserable. His popu- niurtdenlng batmd that nOe *"-
1 -i the otbi i
t oui countrj
Tn- > While.
The hMU dltlHiv ol u>r n.n. iM all
thrir MoOtri',
a a< tea ' '
aHaaaatMsa

I i -,'t-i.n -.

BtStl

a aaj


rtI '34'

youu man
cbaarv
temper



-... .
uruia. h
I
i
The BrU novel 'Where Anei-1*
fear to Trt'jd' wai
1905 and la aat In Ital I
Forster bad a deep but not un-
critical admiraMoi Hero the main
conflict is between Eii|(lir>li n u> -
lability und Italian paganism. The
Enalish mtdfllr el ass is represent-
ed by the Herrltons of Sawrton.
doailnecrins mother. bigot* d
daughter Hariict, nnd the son
rump. j i -
The widowed daufihter-in-1;i
I I
has fou

:aUod Oeorav Faneraoii and his uLi .,baarv,liior.fc tiUtt

bam her in , I mwi ant Brudb *.
jmulm hrr with -. ki.s "" fligtifsl
The
linds Lu.
SurreN '
I
. thlp in.-
inga to t realc hi '> 40
Ker flar>> ln| ROrAa U< H \ \. I
nUllectual mtob. but Bat v.iiivk. Sibi-ci
place in the world howevei
hile the tin-1
I
..i a)
U "ting.
ITie Wer*t Indiun And
Mi- ( lypM
Most noticeable among typ
Weat Indian form of Hi I
alypso It really cam* oin(
,ily from Trinidad, but are
think <>f il H charactaristic
the West Indies as a whole, fo.
taO b no i-uncein tot lon >* CO
have hrji-l
Apart Iroin tttla it U ; mp
meni of ShMki-stwarean pessini-
BMII anil intell.s,iual be!
touched up erith aHemetlng brut
aljty ami purpoaeleM t.' i \
The only phiiosophical conclu*
iv Hie one we
and Twei
thrr. dmppii
II- ...mi .J -K"
down in iirfc -
He if. li. i".. "im a nail


..< itH'ii Heal

to admit tin lovi fm ii
kind nf
liinlMi from which she ll only '
awakened t>v ..Id Mi
and the boo U Lucy and
rim. agair it nora
The
Ix'ila. always rather ui
happi ending is rare
work Hero it rei
'luring Italy with a frten pilitual victory- -but
nnd sends the norri(yint,' r>'-w. tl .' .iion wll) ,fH-
she Intends to in-urv On It. .tat th beat,
Phlbp Is dispatened post-haate to i. Wajpgy, it is only or, of the
stop ihe match but nrrive* too many ways in which Love will
late and U laughad al for his i tnbllsh 11s kinKdom
The husband. Gin<>. t u
be a cheerful nnd conventional Indeed, it Is .' I
\oung tough: the marriage ll not Forster that people v. ho eajfbkjg.
a success: Leila is mlaci il b approval are Invnrlal
Ann 11. diei in giving birth to n who In some degree despise other
son The lli'rritnn Nlliajag dni le human being*. Haniet, the Pein-
thfit the child must be brought to brokes, Cecil, and Inter the Wil-
them away from the corrupting enxes nnd ihe Anglo-Indiana all
Influence of Us father. Philip, have this, i-aiil.nal view, it is Uu*
Harriet nnd Can UlV Lell 'hat F.irslar lays on his coloui
original companion, nit foTrenlhi-T darkly, but be is too nn*> an artist
therefore ..t Uonuniano, Philip and too mi the exist-
and Caroline are soon convertel vi.....f good-and-evll
by the atmosphere of the pi .tec and exclui\cl> in bla<
bf Otno'f unabashed goon humour ell the amp, to i., minted witn
and obvious devoUon to the chll Uih ru
and P" ; Odoo tlwir III to be among the
mission Tlii 'tinned.
without the half-crazed Harm- It ll Dot tat; t" dvs. rlbe will
who kidnaps the child with the any auccrortneea Porat
help of Ihe local idiot: the coach novel 'Howards End', which
overturns on the way to the eta- ocared In 1910. One ma)
as low as 80* Ul
year, the
| W hcl.i-.. ,.,
Bxk nthn teal
made to determn
ourable tempna'
naarli
I l.i.ldl.idy
neji tenant provided thai
' l'1'1 I inaertj her weekly renl. ail
who is all aha snare unrea
uuti .site knows that houavs
-re hard to get. is hardly an ex-
ggwetlnn In Brttteh Outaj i
tgff la tance, housing
are so terrible |hai the aoveru*
moot has to iotervene to protect
the lenaut from beuig thrown
out of bis lodging MM
.11 the other atUndai hnve adopted than he can bear, or from having
t with a deep and personal lo\<' Iho stairs or the roof of his house many aitlftl mi''lrut their ov
Thev are composed and sung m removed to convince him th..i inspiration bacaUM it KI
Britivh Guiana Dominica. S; he had better come out a^ quicki ,h,ilg< whuli thev aoara latuCbt
Lucia and St, Vincent. When- " poaatWe. This government .-.- reard heraay.
r-ver aometblog f inaporlanof jrni. of course, infunaus in.- Bu, M ^^ do-tn.t ^^ ,h
happen* there is certain i ,. landlords, and we have the tm-i- Wwl ,n(lian naUon v
some c'ommenl upon il bv the comical siluation of a man un- ,hinkw and ilbovr aH ,nink ,
! even a governor, and the toll " * reason w.thou g.
e frequantK b-nned ul rar| very many months' notice
l for this reason Some of Ihe -pending all his rwfrvee
rniypeoea are rrKterna-*l aav In- patience In the meanwh.l.
Pirtklitia ii-n
Naananar
Hut 1 am almost Mfftabn thai h-
himself doesn't believe th.*
huh pcunls up lo the fact th'

'literary" men who write hec-,us
they en)oy tricking up phrase
and verses.
don and the child is killed. Philip
with l broken arm has bo braaui
B r.inn. in an OUtbU I I
animal aava| I rarj nearly ktlhl
him Hi i- | av.d by the Uo I jj
arrival of COfOttna who sunn-.i-
In reconciling the two men. At
Philip and Caroline return In
Bawstot wc learn that enrol
III Iwo confllclin
life, the* inner and Ihe outer
id their reconciliation
that it's about people and QOUM
in the country that It's about
-elf-knowledge and the supremac
of personal relations. The peopl
hi *le S<-hlegels. two
Margaret and Helen. wh<
can workers and the
shown that
0' v#ilh humidit,
70 is the i
to find thi i
howovar Fi" in tano ' i
in summer would be t"
tempera lures
twivn *- nnH 70'
nm^^n^ 70
iv nitfht
'it* Barcaton< In Bprinsj
Pie,- tooIndead Bar-
havgf per-
a> On Psa' ir
ii.i. the
1ellc?tr. mostly hy ThT'Tmoc
pnastly people who s'lil ,*'1"
iginal sin and who arc i
have ivn apeakably shocked when they
meal somebody who isnl a purl-
fni Amen- Un But in -pile of Ihe
' neaaching of thet* moral
'lf bugs the West Indian Love
,.*o as much as he |ov.
" cricket: his carefree styl< W
playing cricket nnd his carcfr-e
tyle of ooaapoasflg mu <"'
both haractenstir of him. and
tenant who, though absolutei
',! honest and virtuous, cannot earn
. enough money to buy a house lo
, himself and lenve his lai
with hi' own property. And are
can well imagine that th situa-
tion would he a thou
worse if the tenant had to deal.
not with a landlord, but a land-
lady. Determined und unscrupu-
lous women can certainly be
nuisance To have one of these
>ver you. with powers to take
Results OfJ*itiiiun's
Typewriting Exam.
around an
l by a MotU
i .in hnglish girl whom
he is conducting round the sinb-
tre Malabar cave- FloOt
lent racial feeling are
Al the trial the t;iil suddenl.. n -
iiaclb liei accusation. One Eng-
lishman, Fielding, has ; i
his bellaC in ihe doctors Uino-
. m ovi n im ii 'in provt u
friendship between hun and Aziz
la uimciiiiinexl by suspicion and
inndnig. It cannot nour-
ish ami Whag] tinally LbaW incei
again on the neutral ground of
THE following candidates wen
l* eei (ul al the la-t pitman*!
lypawrflinf ExammauOn held al
rombermere under the supervision
r Mr C B Buck. Fl PS
KI.RMENTARY
First Class
Kthelme EUlolt. Gcrnldinc
.Ml tanaHHIV ,,nl, r.m 0fW1 tha. he c.n ?'*"'J~" ,'',mdi.i,!L I Kim., Grnl (MteM. Unlom:
,llv c.ll h., .-Khl tolK- k.lW ^~^' "J ^aw '"' l.illn Norrb. En Richar.1-
llhoul an; ho5,la(lon. I"r .w, m'M S'.S'JJI.v S3S! r,"ce Cumberhulcli. G. Roberts.
-re- USU OUI .a..' tml rnrmm. jii.nT-iri > Petrlri. Hope IMIn M. Howelh:
Mo one cn ben notlclliK ihW ..,. ..f*1";''1 _"<""?. Violrt Ba.rd
tin loe o< rliyUim looorl In e Derek Wleotl (Mr. L. S. Riehard.): Olori., t
W.v.1 In.l.i'K (tin !>- t..un.l n> ..ol Unl.'r th,. 1IB.C. and the Brit- Pilgrim. Mary Clarke 'Mi I .
two other ireas in Hi. vvo.lil lab l^re. 1 liafen't yrt mentio,i,l Hock); Av>n Pilsrlm c
n..,.,plv Sni,.i, mil In, ..iiui..1 DereL Walcolt. I ..in not at all CT- Graham). John Klne (Mo,. .
...i.T,.. ... Liu, Am..,,, l '"". however, that Walcott exert. Hlh School), rioriellovell (Mi
inumta JSSrbOlJS '.' nrnjor force in ^.p.KU,.W.- O. Bovcc. Roni.M Daniel (MlT
ul calynao Is pooiplately foreign
to all other people. And It isn t
difficult to see th*- i-
fhey have all come originally
from Africa. The M
India i
O. Boy-re,. Ronald Dani<
nation. He seems to be out Carol Yearwood). Jenn R;.r
f touch with reality. H
utfate possibly l* rvmcmbervd in
future years as a unique liter,.i *
technician; in fact, if his dcvclop-
t continue* at its present rate
sjiUB Spam, left ihe he is certain to be. Howeve
rhythm of ihelr music behind, will hardly be remembered in.
And of course they left man) major prophet, like Shelley 1
other things too. Their influence doesn't seem to know what H
has been strong, persistent, and uetually is; he is too literary. I
llble. The gaiety and la, of course, young (like myseli
ilour the splendor and light- but this is hardly an exc
Indian S:uU Uicy realise thai too hearted romance thai we assort*- hia academic approach to
herself i km with the inner hie. and the Wllcoatai
Gino. elnctint men of the world: there
. are also the Basts, the etaaital
A synopsis is always unsaUsfnc- unrterdoas. At bridges between
tory and misleading. I have only u.e two \\
atUsmpted Ihis one because it bel,- ,,,>.,.,IP. belong* to n<
to bring out certain c-senlta bat N,
aclertsli. f ,. tieiiia. w,i.
Strong plot, brilliantly taut COtl PldoWOd Henri Wll">x
truction. a marked Intcn
rhythm-with passion, sensuality ,,,, ....
and violence lurking In the back- W,i,x,., nllTl .
ground should add hat |M)) u
fcofc contatna aome superbly eo. .......mee the
seen.-- gnd shows an abaolut .,, , l(,......., ,. .., .,... ,
astonishing maturity.
The next novel. The Long .....
Journey', appeared two years later In '1
and Is perhaps the most persond novels, Forster opposed the pagan
of all Forster's works. It is th) M w Ufi miial pro-
storv of a sensitive, eivili/ed bul l'"'1 honeetj to mud.
weak young man who makes a tsaag, real feaung to preti
dreary and disastrous DMIttl H< i Hal darkness is ihe
undergoes a spiritual deterioration failure to Yontio.f, th. p I
and is finally roaeued, only to dl accept moral ic>p.Msil in disillusionintmt and remorse. the implications of par*
The book is divided into thr< Uooahlpi 'Howards End'I* a dif-
ports. Cambridge. Sewston and Beult book and fMaariblj '
eal of .dl Forster's novels,
tains some of his finest
It !-
has an extiamdinary beauty ..
lure and ihows the moat pro-' l'' *''
Wiltshire. Cambridge is the gai -
den of Eden -from which Ricki
It spiritually expelled when h
married a IfarMlj an i
place young woman called Apn fOUBd obaervation of thi I I
and is forced t< take .1 [oh <' he heart.
brother's school at Sawston. lb I . is now a lung gup of
cued by I l.er and . lourtan 1 1- tat spent the
friend, he finds a little bappUMas Ftrft War m Egy|>t: he made Un
ulr has been fixed be-
iwaao tiiein
licit- then is a tragedy of mass
misunderstanding, personal rela-
tionships are n.it ciiougt:
in too many people -Hid tensions
involved urwi there Ll not enough
lov< in go reund. With mon and
noiv kiliciliesA, iindersl inning ..1 .
affecuasL sainethiai mai
1 1 ran the wrack aat.
...
'i.i- n-n .nid .'in ; 1 1. List in
. .1' clusiveness. A
alMng oarrativi

and for passages of nu-
ll al o
1 "ik as a noveh 1
lb nceloi lb t.eln I ll
.t< it and truth ami his hatred
of tyranny and sbani In in] form
re expressed |D Other ways W0
1 an only iimef thi'ie .m DO tnOCI
id ba grateful fog whal
have.
1 haw I
: .iltmanslup, the
knowledge and understanding, the
bOaUt) Of tile style, ".
rocetarian osaarn, tbg brooj u
Hut lll.tr more lo M
ihaii thai. Korstrr is aaaMtsalh
tod
cverylhin?.
..itln k When one thinks "of Shellev h.
raaBy African in origin Wo ted ~eif; the boy v,-ho got into trouble Howt-in
much thai can be called Latin kl """' because of his chemical Ojalsaja
the Weat Indie*, and
the predomigjujt
negt.1 influence.
''"" J5i3Td'
c.iM.it.oN.I Euro ice ;hp menUHy mslaniflcanl maio. B
and auoterity t1m- pi of m u and who was <>Mmt aow.
continenl that have the Latin )rom Oxford because he dared 'a _ ..
temiH-r are not tvpic.l of Europe hallenge the ministers to a ration- AnOl.KT AtlClitUt \\
al all We must go lo Ge-. J(i discussion of their religious r '
expeiunent and his delerminati
10 know the true nature oi th.
re, the undergraduate wh-
, called "mad" because he W 1
think otherwise th;
(Mrs. It. Barrow). Lucine Hurl
rifles v Rollins) ind GwendoU
rvoberw.
Second Class
Marlene Carter (Mr. L K.
Nurse). Muriel Murrav (Mr. C 11
Horkl. Eudell Blackett (St. Johns
F. I.)
IVTERMEDIATF
First Class
Eileen Roach. E Weatherhen.'
(Miss Lintonl, Jean Arthur lMi
M. innlss). Joan Peterson (Mi's
Avelyn Pilgrim (Mr
Glendcne 1!
(Sf. John's E. 1.1
Second Class
Ellrabeth Gay (Mt. Tabor F I .
li>an Phillips (Miss I.tnt.ti
irtla Armstrong (Miss Howll)
barn Alleyne
ligit
man
War

1 hen t"lk music and ""' Be- en and earth (many of them
|qV ,!, . utnasdns future mature, no doubt, but the in- s#ueii f
\v, Indian wiiiposerN wrHlnit [KTtapt thing is that he capable of inwr ^^^
like Sibelius or Tschaikovky or thinlUng about ^m).-the young Qlvtn
Schumann* No our music will man who crossed the Irish Chan-
rt Scanrlinavia if we views. the young author Of SrI V Hiri IIO *hPg>lvii*'lV"
.1 true Impression And Queen Mab". a poem exprcssii": <^*** **t3'"i3 wsrsste l*>
rould be more riifTerrnt than uidgements on everything,in henv- i,1Vehs will make another at-
l.dk music and oura? Be- en and earth (many of themm.. lvmpi u, raum(, l|lc French Jawl
'" raiiek from the sea bed of the
* 'sisin. During lasl week,
wearing oxygen masks
down on several occasion
Ih> not only more emotional, bu'
nel to deliver a political harangue
,v Ii to the people on the other side,
ernolonal in dTerent *..> n ^otutjonary poet who was
will l more warm-blooded. And ^^ ^^ ^el^by things o(
there h boOlhll more truly char- thc,"lntel|trl and who WM QCl,.
ssctarMk of 1 people than their mined , ,. political sense In th-
music. world when we think of how
Wo can lake huio-isiiiisii music int)milt-jy concerned the youn.;
aj summfcnj up the inlluenc.- that Shelley was with real life, it is
has civilised these parta, and impossible to explain sway Derek
this has little real connection Walentt's literariness as the rc-
ith u excepl '*ia'. oi the ,uu oi his youth,
.luilhern-romamic .M^poaaea. ami No Wms
No one dispute* that he has .
before Ihe violent and symbolic
climax.
This novel is bitter and passion-
ate, often extremely funnybut
ihe Ironic comment culs very oean
the quick and the final afnt
on the whole a distressing one.
.-tails lu India, "one in 1VI2 and
At la
in 1024. he produced his final me
terpleeo'A Passage to India
11 1
and secured the hull of the vessel
as part of ihe preparation for ihe
operation.
More than two years ago the
I'oliek sank at the cross berth of
the inner basin after she sprant
a leak some hours earlier. Sub-
sequent attempts at salvaging hei
While under water, she fell 11
auction lo James Murray, a local
..iicr in charcoal who then look
aval the raaponaibuity of having
her salvaged. Divers removed
ine literary gift and a pretty and parts lha yawl from time t.>
lexible wav of handling his verse, time leaving a skeleton hull on
as well as something approaching the sea bed.
nan -.....a dramatic technique, but he Is an The local Harbour and Shippinn
\ \- I h w rhe Salire of the Calypv- .,ir,.f.r.art',-5akc" man. and the Master told the Advaeate thai U
ihe,! ttdncuiou n.ten-tt. It can Imrdly be doubted the! West Indleo needs prophets. His sunken yawl kl m(mace In th-
im. Wesf Indian composes two moat reputable works. Epi- inner basuv A small achoone
1 wUI abaorb the calyi lavou laph for tbe young and Henri may be able i use the berth.
th ChrlstoplsfA both htghK ...clam he said, bul no big boots can us.
form 11 tset' ed in Britain stamp him as a lt^_____________^__^.
of good-and-cvil II
What can be a clearer illustraUxi
that Nordic European cultur* 1- I
,rversion of our OWB tempc
ither than a fultllling of it*
tn*i
A BOTTLE GOES
BOTTLER'S
(bdos) LTD.
n- into
. dypso as ai
Galvanised
Mesh
Wire
I".' hiil i;im # tnr
I'onllifi H.!,ii/
GENERAL HARDWARE sumiEs
1UCKETT STREET (Opcotite font OIBce)
... .
The Rarbado*
Foundry I.Id.
WHITE I'AKK
BABYS
TEETHING
need give you no anxieties
There need be eo readaw eigfcu. Be tears. n baby .li^rdeei.
tf y< aaee Aabtoo A Passes* laiaau' Powdan bandy.
Mothers al ever tbe world be fosad then, aoothiae; and
ooohng ben baby a, betial lamnafh leathasa, aad. beet e( al,
they ere ABSOLUTELY SAFK.
ASHTON ft PARSONS
INFANTS POWDERS
Restore Youthful Vigour
To Glands in 24 Hours
New Discovery Bring* Pleasures
of Lit* to Men Who 'eel Old
Before Thoir Tim*
D.K.I-, '*' >!.: SM <' " '
r#t nfir Inm !<* / Hour. -*n-.
-ir'.r,'a.;'its;,ffiiiuiis:
4, l>btr ! m Hrl ler r > .!!' n-
"UW ] Irs**. Mali D*i>Mtl tr(i-t:n.
Hosm UM dMMvefT of an *tnlnnl liiyi;
! no* BilN 11 pBilUll twi f*ni to It -
H**M PN* r-*Uhlttl !!' mo aiiline". .n
3 Vatrthful Vioor Rastorad
ti aaaiBisi { w-ua^i *. .na -a.. yiH*!
af> llavaal oiiro>tY
Dsxtcii thtcoirbout__
UhvI U*| I *l-lnt ( "*."' J">uir-
um-s idm h*- Iy *" as.lhSe"
.ry. LiilniB-zt*, and' K.onH
MMti 01 Hoo-l-on. ONW Met.
aaO Vio' -. ''<* U'- isituroi* ,*i*
HHI. of (< M-do-ial) wtlrt tU~1-
Ar i-iImi I pit 'Un, "itti mute trin
f-et'-d'o (oJilr-.l'o-i'ef l*Iridn-nu Sal ^
i -it* .ii.-i| -p-wl -o ooiM in-; KTm
imt-llul of oil to (.owe, *~
bottr thro.it>'. tl. Mr*
'.aiin/
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I .... I- BM | M i.
Doctor Praises Vi-Tobs
.ru.- itt'tX Ot yo.lt.!.
t'.nd- BIK.O
-
my I
of .
poVetnce. it-ct
ptMIIU. HUB) s-.-.m-
Cn ihol th* nt'vf-ol
fOIB-lO l.lle. .. V..
TOM t-rfWOi-att II-
moil 0**>rri oo4 kmd-
Rasults Gi
ItM- -
UlM N U IVi>
"OBltO Of I
Und*i I hi i
', .a iaH I.
aurtolf Ihr ne* iirrai i tn slulin Ihol
will so .ourali-I UiroMfh o.r Ixx" m
atWi oni ho-e t*hi at* ati- to njo* Own
v. lo
l.,e '..11 l.l V.
ilbov ,
tot inuii-tf io*U-d ot cuiB-i.i v. I-.,
iiUaolaiiof and iait- is-fl. Tr sua^m-o pmmi i>.
Ouaranlecf nSORBm.
Well now, who
would think ha
was doing this for the pleasure of It" But it if 'ill par!
nnd parcel of the weekly outing and thi< vehicle Is, in
the owner*! eves The OPOOlUtO 1 r-1 word In horseless
And so it waa!
.-.inul.nly. today,
than is the owner
siders himself
fortunate to drtvo ttw
beel .-ititoinotiile
dollar for dollar -
on any highway in the
arid.
The -vii i..iti.nj.r. fact is lhal more and more
wurr/drivers en CepUnenU and UUrvd are elaas!6ed a*
five SUr matornts Uie reason belnjr their preference
for the entirely new slsndard Introduced In 195? br
i UNSI I. jnd ZEPHYR.
Voi
Invited to U-t-drlvr bath at -
Charles Mc Enearney & Co.. Ltd.


SINDU -) I'll Mill.It II. 1952
St'NT) VY ADVOCATE
PAGE TURTEKN
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CLASSIFIED ADS. *w*tCElloWTSMYlVAi (IUsade
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"HdH'I sareeant of Mapp Hill HI
FOR Mil
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AUTOMOT1VK
THANKS
BATBBR Nur- Minatn Batann ack
! ai-atrfui epprecta
Kind eaprraelone of arm-
AW*) tendered her on thr paaaina
nl Mar le-r pMN Magma BMN
Bat-on ..( R,.t"
"To.-:
1"
hep inreaiat 111. mrtlu" to ren.r*.
.,11 lr"o*e who attended the
ih. r
' In
BOND MINICAB "1 wWl--
ret toadltion laai than LOW re* lee
n leaving iiwwad. tar intormahori
ii-i MSB l> l*-*n
BEDFORD rUMHUHIAl VK1IK L**t-
luM received a new .hipm-nl :n. India.:
[to 3 5 tan Truck*. Van* PM-kin.*
Mb*t --' -
. in our recent
no-astoned B\ the death of our moth*
Martha gluabeth Bellam.
The Bellamy Pa-nlly
141111 Ir
BatCEESB r lha underalgn.d b*B to j
l*inr* tho-e Who wnl wreath, card*
in ant any eaiirrurd avtnpilhv With
B m th death of BOB dear math*.
Jam- Beckle. .if Hritti.n. Hill whi.l.
look place On Ihr 111 SBlfmb, IMS
Wile of the lai Winatnn Bechl*.
.....e. IkMti CIwn Winaton. Ervn
tmmm and l*- end children
iulltMl Tntousih th* medium
wO to)* U 'hank all those who
any wa> ympathw*d with ua in
..emrni ol out d*er mother
Mf* Albertme Collvmeae lala ol
MUM s- Oeorfle
Jam*, a-rft John laonal. lamia
florae* Mwlrne, Done) and
(na.n-1 .r.andrhildreni
I4BSS In
DIM '.and family
acknowlotae with grateful eppr*..*.
i.on the kind eapreMion* of em-
pathy and a-ialene* rendered har
on th* paing of the lair Jovpn
Mil III i ol tlaxirn Road. St
MKIi.* I4B3In.
Hlllman
Convertible owner
4.AB* mile* r.u
II IU-4n
CAM W..lie-ley 10 i
ion Neareet n '
kwaji DM
MORHIS OXFORD l*SI MODEL. toa
nan ISO* anile* Owner bought a*
at Dial Cnuiieiy Garage Ml
UJB
IMIISOWI
m in ir whs
REAL IvSTAir
IM d.<
inillJHKVJ *ITM ai
"I** Hork ami ai Baynrator, Dramni
"oPd Appl> air Hut.hu.-.
ann BanfWhi. atfcHuil Dial lOVt.
BE WISE
Trainad Aulioi-
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MOB BIS OXrOfUV-lfM Mod.l pi
crallml 4-ondHMM. l.aW ao Dial 44i
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MilMPrvnr. On* ill 1 H P l*ln
. i Umitm MSA M.iU-cy.W. Good eondl
lion ApplT N aibaw. Croydon H-.l
inn PtHna M 14 In
HAYswA-m m
Aluminum R.
' llonm at-...I InW .q ft k
lllolm tor h..ul Clan I AT WOHTIf.
ISO HAW RD Fatlnc .
arda
[irraaad mpalh'' wltti
lalhar Chaltaa Jo-dan.
Irf H*Un, Edward.
bin
taUM Wf bra Ihroudh OiU
rn4ium to ratiitn I hank" lo all
tnoaa kind liland who aanl wraalha.
Iinrn .,( rotvdolanM r in any w
rtfprrwd lhair yitpnm in our
roMMl iK-irii.amriit caotod by lha
f Con Laona Vatirhn. on aIK
Kamld and Car
IN MEMORIAM
I.WNl Ir. Immi mamory ot
.trar mothar Eatall tajnt Who I
,- DM "" muth. and rrtrlvad *n
FOR RENT
Dm
CaraP A rn*
COVT MHJ.
CLBCTB1CAL
OARIIAnD PICKUP ARMS -O
,iHM Jual rrtaivad a limit ad quantity.
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II t -l ( n

i'.d almrlc katUa
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OKt II) Claclrical Spraylnf Uaihlm
Complrta with SUNBKAM Oanrr.w
Aluminum Air Tank a> Aluminum Spray
Oun In aood working ordar !
iraaonabla Apply C Anhur Mavhaw
K J HAMri AMIIII CO
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is lin in n.; i
lonai 1 Brdroom. nil M-
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A FLAT on lha aaa.ldr. at tha
Ni l'ripact. *t Jamaa
Parllv fumi.hr.1 Apply -n pramlaaa
14* M In
NtACH VIFW Fuiniakad am-aMa
. m i,*rll r-..r i. .'re., ol Orta
I*-. Novrmbaf and Dacambar. Apply
I Mf>. M II fltatown Fhm Mil
(ALA!* tSaaakla houna. Makwall
Kcr mnnth> ol October. Novrmbar and
Darambar. Apply lo Mr. Graham
Phona MOO l*.l In
CULPUN*:. Cattlawaah. Bl i.wtpri
T-llv IMni.hrd liM-hidlnrr Rr'rlg'ratnr
4 Dadroom.. Tor Ocioba-, Movainb. r.
DrcrmbrT 1PM phona SSIO Mta II
n>no# "> *>"
nWUHFD TI-AT Palm Baach
)l,..llnn AvallaLr iminadlalrly to ai<
approVVd Irnant All convrolanrr.
o*n >!'> Naur (tuba Rtaaonabl
n-tol Dial l"7 14 Min
POtn-TRV Trap nr.r.,1
larrrd Rorki A Srx-U.ik | -
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.- daliyary Mav Marrh
RMfepj .prmg pulMRt -^
orkarala and tablr foy.ii
y appnlnlmrnL Hour WtS
Dwrmtn
urnm ii'"
VOI'NO RHODC IRLAM1) COCKTHr.lJl
brad trom CaaTllah Slrvanaon -train
k bmod ..I II Oulnaa Chlrka 3 **ak
Id Phonr I4J4, O Pitrpalrlck
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th, Ka.-i.>r M Jn'pli 13PSa-3n
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A BIG REVIVAL CRI'SAIiE
ComilatmctM ;it the King Street
>.-viiilii-.i;iy A rtiiiiii. ScpU-mDcr 14. at
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htird. late of KinKkton. Jamaica.
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. 11 be wrr-
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1 i town, will Ik- con
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A MrD rnRDF,
llra-i ma.tr-.
14* U-In
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ii rjnm -q iio,,,, rimkj m n.
Imnlaai'
41 I r, land al Kaqla Hall
" I Bl"
B**M*I Houaa *p.,i. a'
3 acrr- at Maiwrll Ma.n f
Dial 3M1 B
ti.-la Rtrert it ft -.j i
Uia pan 1,1,
13 an.
law Haaaa* aaaBMaa aR > traap ..
'"f dining and llvtryg raw. and untal
Th* al-ivr I k ..
'lie ( | ..
>y of B-nlami l**3 II lam. .1 tai
nfltra) of Ihr Untl-'aafnad
'II. :i y | .,|l(| | -, HIIIII
K"i'" h w I
gin on Tuaaday. Iflth
.':] it W III a m punrtuallv
Thr Bchr-il will b.
ra lo 13 IS moon.
NORMA V \IA.u| I
iArtlng Horralar) Trraxurr.
Htchaal'a
its ftin
r,\i',iiiM:r,iA- |
I.V
SURE BPOT roptalnind ih.vM aa|iMr<
wild opltnn pi [iiillin r.,40* aq (I
-ir Hill. anch>r" |
__ OB*- itdr anil lintav on anothar
and Watri availalilr Apply
Oarald Hudtai, Plna Hill T-i 3HB
I. at BANK H U
ROAD, wood". l-indi. S-lnl Mtrhar
Bl aquara taat nt land, a pan of
ha Dwrlllnnn.i"
Mii, 3 hodro.i.11. (I with draaalng

(,..yrmnian(
Ir^. I
and
i Yard
k-llv
m.partinr. on ai'plM-atlon to "ir Tan'nt
. Chaw Plaid
Thr Propartr will tw aM up for aal<
I'nitllr rnmprtltioii al ou- Offlrr
Jamaa qirart. ft idertown. on Friday 1*1'.
bar at I P.m
ya:
ARWOOD '
Soil
i> *n
,M or TWr MOTOR VH.
*T R RADAR
a approtard p'lra of aAlOaOdB P
t Baan
al "T It i
ir"in i
KarlMdo- and ... to rr.-h him "ii n
dura ll.r RNJl Saplrn^... IBM
On tha Irt txtoliw thr aaalrd rnvaiop'
mtalnmg tha aflara win I
. Court i ..... ,
II.m.Ii.r in thr pRBaBBM Uw ' I
.. lu-thrr partarui-,. .
T 1
v, .
STANWAY STORE,
Lurw Strari
I4* la
THORPES HOL'SE.
Jiim-a Applv G-aniit
I T-I asu
M n1. r
m A Co
>.r J4*J
1.1 Ava Balk-villa.
irh with iiinning walai
14 M In
I'ARVX- Th* aomprahanalva caraal I0.-1
itr, Vllamln D addad Far*K ihoulil
gfvan to Infanta during training ami
-.mug A.k your grocer or d'uggut
DM FARFX Prk-o Mr tin.
Pall.Rli
ni.ucoUN Olaaio'i Pawdaaad Oluaoaa
WAITED
BELT
\ Ol'AVA CHEESE Fraah. dalki.
I 'luava Chaaaa. oulUbla lor aandlng
1 vour frtanda abroad Mra Wnrrall. !
, ytKllhrwa Vi.aiagr Phona >
LADY ilEHXIl'lPaRT with hnowladgr
i,| tMiokkraMng and pi.viou. oln.r r.pr- j
......' "'"
..,: a ,. AttpaMM
CASABLANCA
Mla>ll t-Bt
Rxtremely well kept 4 bed-
roanui honsi' of modern de-
sign. Ci)niiiii..l ion UVBafl. BOd
aming room '.' kilchen*.
Draakfast Itooin. Toilet and
bath. Lovaly vernndah fac.
mg the mm lo which there
is a right of way. 2 servants
rooms, wusnroom and gar-
age In vard which is com-
pletely tairad. Well laid out
Gardens. 55.573 square feet
land. A vpaciou* an fortable > properly.
ALSO-
An orchard comprising
2fi,74.1 vquare feet land ad-
joimiig "ir above'property.
Numerous coroanut trees.
Fruit uTRBI uf every descrip-
tion.
Inspection every day ex-
cept Sunday between 46
p.m. on application to Mrs.
Edna Eckstein. Phone 8213.
For S*la by public auc-
tion on l -id.% ltth at
l.:i" p.m. at tRe atnea of
the undersigned from
whom further partlru-
lars nut be obtained
R. R. NK II11IXS V CO..
Solicitors.
IM i.'. Roebuck Htreel.
Phone 1M6.
STOWFlorano Oil Itovr Ibur
nine ntonlha old, perlrvt rondllton, I
(hour 3O*0. 13 U
Ihr
Taiagrapb. Bngimd'a leading Dally New*
papar now arriving In Barbadoa by Al-
only a law days attar publication Ir
London. Contact "n Gal*. C'O >."
ii.i. Loaal k. i< i-i...
II IB
SAMPLEH A (rw patta Of Mairt It
lie T only, apply Th* BarVadoa I-.
Julkting 11 '-'
TABK"- I Oalvanld Tanka f
i Ion Tanka '.' 4' V 3 GalvamaeO
I ml-I.. I Tanka '.' 4'.' dr., ai w
rtvl 1 flalv Cylindrical Tank* ',' 4'>*
u.am with 3 n Conical BoUomi capacilt
mr gallona TOO Apply: Managn
a-ore Valr factoi > SI a M 3n
The Housewife's
Alphabet
r KVV with ever.
G* Cooker
rreedom fiom *>ni k<
reedotn tron soot
rei-dom fi nn
rredom from smells
Ht.fcliOM fro-n worry If
i^tfL^0?*n-'t--5rn..-SlL-^..,
I lllll'l I III- IllltllllUlll Hill
lateral r- n | lh

loo* lock* wttn no''
i...
FdRERTKRH' S< HOLAKSIIIP
lOt'BTBf MIHMAII/1 BIAMOMl
Tha above hol.i- p II. fn aw-nrat-
i to FI-* laid, ann of
George
-i '<' r".r
I II .1
CJI*.tt.\ < COLI-:C.F
n an TOMdar. Uaa Bd et r>l'i>>o
al a M a.a* awd Ihr -ibaal will b>
tow tea*. -Ik am II p aw
n C M MALONE
Reerrtar- Tta isurpf

Oileen'a Collepr.
14 V 93 Sn
II \KKlNON t >i J l i .1
... -i irrm at fbrrhuaa Collage wll
BM ICth of Sr-plernbrl
on. i.ihi the Rchool win he m aaaaloi
iom 111 ia -11.6* am
D R M MALONE
Governing Body.
ItXhtllAIMIK AlAIH.MV
Bald IOB1I
.1..-. ,-honl t.ii BOYS fnllv gnadael eoiir** from Coll.
i lo the Uen-i.i. r.-tirVatr of F.I.,.
: Tan
sr,.-
. .( haatn.'a' begin- Tin-.
I .t II a m
W D RUDDER.
Pttncipai
rrm.ir %nTU ks
NOTICE
a. mt.ir.1 ol Mra. U1U
..n.ald ihat ahe >huld coi
n Brldartown. a> aoon
I4S1 -I
NOTICE
' poata i
r* Chapel and at H
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Sap! 341
BBplkMUa
,rt I v Hit tri ,i
SOTK E
i'arisb oi i NRior mrwB
lha noai nf Qnalift
e and Mldwrifr will be received
: n. Mra ft A T^ln
no*, Ch Ch Marked "ASplH
i) 3 p m on tha lllth "laptri
Mat)
. i.iment ol
wntai Traaaurar.
blainable In
M1SCEIXANEOUS
>ika, II' -. 1 tube
. .
- i-iipa and m.n.
wW. ili Chevrolet tiu.k
i arlUi .h.-d
DARCY A. I
L'MJER II" MI-VER
flAMMEK
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*. Will ..II 111,"
Furniture at 8trathcU.tr whu-h Imludri
W>ipmv i M I balra Iwllh
(...hion.i. rolding Chatra. Bookcaaa,
tlrwamaul Taktoa .n in H iho B' i'i-.
Dining Tab'e. Oada- llu.* i
P.-.k faaa. 1 ad> IV Be. ..
rVatotoad
Mahoganv: C
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ga and Ued>
idah Chain. H
I Main
rum.
DKANKtR. TROTMAN
ABC I ii men.
UNDER THE -H VI It
11 \mv r
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RKANKER, TKOTM\5t A CO..
Aurllanren
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ANNUAL DANCE
On MONDAY N/1MT IStt
4eptemo*r. IBH
H'MI-iny t-
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m: viva i.
FLAMES
I kSIDC linusF.
\y a
PI**BM -. t,
p, |i i-Plei
ing or Bockl'
fhmta Hart, c
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i is.- To Bu) -ir Rent
i ga or GArrlaon D I Rt
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i .ma New Bulldlnga. I.iwe
road Street I I -11
WAN III. TO I

... >..>er Kl'.l
DANCE
The Voluiilrit Urill Hall
in ,hI ol
-41. I'uni'* ( hurrh Choir and
Organ Fun*:
TaWI> Sept. 3th lUt
Mfu-.lt bj l*errv C.rran's Ork
.UR-.rlpl...n -O- OC.
14 f ; 3n
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Bunda
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The Officers jnd Member-.
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mimiimi vtoOALai n
t'md,r
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MMIMUM IlK'I i H VI I
MONDAY nk.hi. Mil
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RKALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
MB* in -.. ni,-.
Known at No I* m ,r Water.
and 'landing on appr..(inu>iel.
l.ono -qiiare laat of land roan.
prt-irm three bal'miim. one With
jhyaelnS-roaBI and MR4 and
big and dining morn. aOparata
toilet and bath, modern kllihrr
two aarvanla- room* w,t<.
TH. BBaTBBRg
Boon aa poaalbto.
sWCITllli
Lara, Ion* houae (
haflata and
fewth and hot and roM water
alien* D.wnatairv three -pan-
roonu kitcr.e-n and -hower room,
tanding cm appruiim---
acre- ol land about
Bom Glbbvi Bca. h Tha prop-
OTty ha. baan aartanaivaly rano-
#wlr.i by lh* proaem ..wnar. and
aao be _iL*d lor a v*ry
dimna
Inapacllon b appointmarit
Al RorkUp R* K-ad. com
prhtlng three bedri-ii... dining
room and living n, m modem
llrnen toilet .mil ball,, all bad
room, have mull .n ,iDb..ard. a.
WMl aa tha kitchen Thla prop
arty i. vary rloae to tha Oiii
Course in a vary popular i
dantlal area Immedlatr pone
*n
* thr*
bed't
toilet and batha. .
lining and living roonu pontrv.
kltrhan and atororoont. two *r
y-ani. roo*Aa In the yard with
toilet and bath, laundry room
and garaa* Tht. la a int.lv
hooa* offarad al a (innpetliiM
*T
CBATSWORTH
> al ..-Inn.-. I
rompri.ina '-
Drawina and Dining ioun
Toilet and hath, i-loaad aallci
It Holding on approximately
roOdB 7tli pert-he. of land Tti
property ia going at a vary re
aonable prle.
CHt'RCBUX
Rltiiata at Maawell Caaat Hoa
fomprialng three badrooma ai
running BBBgl
kitchen, tmlet and bath T:
pingra-rty k attiurte kk good
drntlal aeaa with eaeellent '
bathing. A aound Investment
WTMDAL
Sltnalr al K.-klry. partly ti,i
ind lath and plailer, r,.mp- i
aarngr. Th* property, .tl
,i up i,. 11 ma t t y I .BBo aqua
of llllid within Km, ..I
famous RookMry Baorh.
RI'NUAI.OW
Sitmte in Rotklrv v..
-niinandlng a maanllVri
- Gold Cour unoti
TO
It
bedrin,.!... one with built-in cup-
board.. Drawing and Dining
-,-,,. Modern kttrhen. lotlet fmd
bath Downalair. Servanla* room
hath Oari.ge lor
| Hi

1
ugidiy ate. Tha property atand*
on Bpf>.imairi' litn..
lee I ol land.
HI NI1ALOB
prialng thra
toilet- and b
and Living
andah to th
bedroom*, w
. attached Dim
ma, Kitchen, v.
tlet.
i gallery ol
gooi
BM
livi
REAL ESTATE *GI
AIXTTIOhrEERS
VAl.lip.RS
1AI/U* Raebark sir'
IM KING A STORM
Be sure lh.il t window or
door on th.- Bg Milt- uppogKc '
the one faMiiig, Umj Aimi can i
be opened. 13.1*:.l' it-
ABIUUEF.-
Anllgtaa. Mawtaer t
Nevi* and tt Kitu BatlaBg FnOav
i*ih mot
B.W I at NOON KB <
( ..... IMHIS I
Oaaalgaea. Tata s
Aivwalt .NUiiHurrj-
FOR INMIhS
aaaaaaaaa
Csin.ifii;iii Niilimiiil Sli!iinslii|is
I II M SHOW \
AT
I III HARBADOR
AQI'ATIC CLUB
(Local and VUiting Members
Only l
Through the eourteiy of the
COUDCO there will be
a FILM KHOW in the Ball-
room on VVF.DNESDAY. Sep-
tember 17th, at 8.30 p.m.
The F-Togranune include*; !
BRITISH NEWS
HOUSE OF WINDSOR
(The Roval Family)
, CAMBR1DOE UNIVERSITY
* COUNTRY TOWN
X COLOUR IN CLAY
.Pott^l-^ Making)
LADY IditiNt-i
CRNADIAN riM
IJ^tlV NtTl-a-ON
Sapl ITHapt
a rp, n sapi n sapt
*;
Mrmbers are CordtaJly
Invited
NOhiintutNU
>VrV-V*'A'.V/,-,V/rV*AVA-i
Arrreea Arriaaa
. approaimatel.
RVAMOS
Slluate at Top Rock compri.-
iiut three bedroom., two with ad
Joining lollat and bath, ware
room that i-an be ue.l gj
Bstoakfaat room or chlMren
nuraerv living and dining room
kitchen, aepaiate tollrl and balh
with hot and cold wain
dah M QW ...th ..nd |
th* norm. Th* out build.' I
pnae e-vanli* rooma with toilel
nod Isath. ami a la.a. aarMr In.
apectlon by appointment
PARAGON
Situate near Seawall Airport.
Chrtat Church, comprtiing two
la.g* bauio-m- wllh dreaalns rooma
atlached. two medium -if. i-u
roonu with draaalng rooma and
built-in cupboard* large open
verandah rntir. lenguy of houar
wiUi a lovaly view of Chancery
lane Beach and th* aea Down-
atalra: Entrance lobby. I.nna and
dining rooma. break!*.! .oo.n.
pantry, kitchen, laraa aludv. and
a lovely open pa lion to the
aouth Thla pioparty alao tin.
lovely at oun. i- ami a portion ol
arable land rontalnlng 1 'a acre.
iu.pccti.H by appolntnirnt onlv
COTE BPBING COTTAGI
A lovely cottage (landing on
3 rood. *T perchaa of land, aitu
at.* at St Jamaa Caaat. havina
tta own private bathing beach,
and comprwins three bedroom*,
with petvato lollat and balh 10
main bedroom. drawing and
dining rooma, European hath vith
hot and cold running waler and
WTNDOVER
Situate at Mil* and Quarter.
W.. Polar another lavalv hotoe
bedrnorna. din-
liiUet. and batba wRh hoi and
cold water, large vanndaha. Out-
.taoding view to tha aaa Eaten-
afv* outbulhtfnBa Including a
lang* garage, two servant.' roonu.
laundry, workshop ratennyr
orohard with apeciallv elee'ed
fruit tree* The property ha
b*en well cared and la In racel-
l*nt condition Immediate poa-
iOBa-on Vetv low price
HOMEMIDI
Situate In lha Oarrlaon gj
Mtehaal, comprlalng four bed-
r.Hjawa. combination liy ma
-.anna- inonta. aaparal* toilet and
,i**h kilchen with bn.lt-in rup-
WMTda. verandah tne kSOI
i.-M>th ol the build.ia T
lalldlng. iip.L. tw
properly aland, on BBPfgi
TMS aquar* fret of Uu
npgetlon by appulnlmant onl<
CHATTEL inn -.1
Situate at I at Avenue A
laad. Buah Hall, tab a Ml
,-iattel houae, with ihedrool lft
STL and kitchen Sft
1-artly ancl.w*d with wood pal-
I'tga. The above pcoprrtv can he
had for a very reasonable puce.
REALTORS Limited
CANAir.A*
LADV HODNFV
, a: s:ha- 'MAI I r-BOSH
l-AU. NKIJION

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Got. i i Oat. IB Oat
Bl Oat B4 Oet
OBI 31 Oet 4 Nev
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-AftmU.
Ill liltICAM I'KK Al TION HINT NO. W
FAI.I.1NC. TRF.FS ire very likely lo dlirupt the Electric
Supply. Keep .i couple of Hurricane Lanterns filled with
b '* >{ M.L'.ehif, in a handy place.
: iinable at
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad ft Tudor street.
JiHN
let.
Ill VHOS
*> CO.
MS II A
1-i.T-iu- Lbtlno or .......I
(I... PrnprrlT and LumI
Ahnn Av.ll.blf
FOR SALE
CLEARING ITEMS FOR THIS WEEK I
HEAVY CREPE BACK HATIN
Ribbed bsck Harahal fabric
COTTON SEERSUCKER
Chock R Flowered
COTTON PLAID
ITALIAN BORDERED SPUN
(Over '-IT. Designs)
Usually NOW
.......tS-97 1211
. fl.12 BOc.
flic. 60c.
SI HC SI.33
Also Plenty More at
KIRPALANI
52 Sw.n Street
BARBADOS FOOD PRODUCTS
KS
NEW nmoAtoW IXHViR
i \\li BT HeCHABL W* are
ii-.truiled t off-, tht. serf de-
Irnblr t,nie constructed by lead-
ing firm of building r-witraelor.
The arcon t dallon provide- I
apacloua bo'tooma. with built-in
wardrobe* l..rgr drawing room.
wiih ii-T-.alid room, and k-rg*
pontrv The garage and aervanta
quarlera are detached Main*
water and uola nf rleetrle light
Thla property la altualed In a new
a no acted reildenllal area from
fin* panoramic
lown and the liai
la vaiv coal and
mi- from town i-rntre
Thr property I. available .th liom
appro* '. lo I'. acre* aa required
and the price naked M very (Mr
iiH.iod Wr can rwoirrmend thai
listing very highly.
m-iijyiNQ PLOTB, i.nxik
I-AN I) St Michael We offer 4
attractive lot* in thla new drvel-
opmenl area, varying in alie from
lo.ooo lo iscoo *q ft appro* all
wllh excellent view. Water and
light available
nitlC.irTWOOD. *lt l-awrenre A
leaaant and comfortable property
hWh meUowa nlrelv with R*
irrmindingt Own beach frontage
vceiknt bathlruj facililko.
bcd-iKHti.. living room and
dining room, kitchen, aeparate
loll-t and dtower. wide 1. ahaped
y.-randan looking are-ward* SSP-
nratr gatagr and ereanta* rooma.
Ideal aea**de home In a gfiod
laaldanllal Quarter
wRh
f r onlagi-a Plea tan I garden
with Rower bed*, lawn, concrete
patio, and number of bearing fruit
Ireea Accommodation comprUes
(urge living room, covered gallery,
3 bedroom* Win built-in ward-
rob*a, well flu."* kitchen, garage
with covered war a houae. ser-
vants' quarter* and all usual
office* All public utility aervieea
one of thr moat attractive hotnea
now available In the medium price
MODFRN IK IMF. St Peter -
A lusiirlouelv appointed rrndaif.
Our bedrooms. 3 tllal bath-
room, verandah A kitchenette up.
atalra. with garage. ervwnM'
to our opinion thla property r
3 bedroom., dining and living
rooma with hot and cold. buUefa
pnntrv. kltrhen. itoreroom*. 3
g.--Bge. The ground* are ea-pert-
Is laid out with ii profusion nt
(lowering .hry.h. lnn right ol
RESIDKM'F. BLACK ROCK -
m-tl.nivr. i AN 11 ST LAW-
RENCE COAST Excellent plot
n good poaltlnn wllh wl
i.i, I hi. popular
GRAEUR HALL TTKKACE
lo-ev mrnl atone houae With
rr< and laundr. below This
II art well back in Its
oa of about 1 3 acre, la not
lokrd -nd boa iinobatrurted
view aeawarda Open to offer*
I-ANI). TWEFJhSIDf ROADOn
aln road wllh lf|- frontage.
Meal in nt ion (or builneaa
Total area 1B.TM aq It.
HI'SINESS I'ltr.MISES DWaXJ,
N I HI i. i i i R m MR
"iallon lor reUII ahop In
part o( town. E3.000
RWEPnTlF.LD. 81 Peter An
-.tad- type houae built of Hone.
Contain* Urge Irving re.
French wlndowe teadli _
covered verandah* with view of
-ea 3 bedroom., kltrhon, More-
aual ontbullillngi.
res well laid out
ground* with right of way over
beayh.
COVT SPRING HOUSE. ST
JAMES One ol th* few prop-
erttea an Uue popular coawt with
a completely private and aeeluded
bauilng baach The ground* at*
with
ion i ._
readily be converted
ol the ibow plaeea of
tl- houae la of *
toroyi and poaacaaei noticeable
NEW nUNOALOW, ROCKLIY-
Commodloua home with 1 bed-
larae it vine room, wide
verandah with good view, kitchen,
pantry, aervanta' quarter, and
lo re room. Good ailuatlon near
Golf Coune E4JB0
IU'N(.AI.nW
- r UMR a
. kitchen. iMrntrv. veran-
ana garn|e. Bscellent poai-
wnh good beach
intngc and aa(e bathing Bar-
RENTALS
NEW HOVBE- ROCKLEY NEW
ROAD Near Golf Courar Vn-
-nnvhed
WMlTEHAl-l. PLATE Ced-
-..-ton inn Chotee of 4
II. GBAEME HALL TERRACE-
NEWTON LODGE MAXWELL'S
roAST Furniah*d or unhar-
h immedlatr pos.r.aion
PlanUUons Rulldlnr
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TRAFFIC
MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS Government Notices
Se.well
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... With. U>Bl It.. .
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W _Aiaaa Q
arknail. H, Ckampwr.<
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II llai'tm,
H laia.. ft OoodMB, V William-
n-l at fcanarfa* F. Gala*.. G AIfc->-
H Plnado. L. Plrmln. D PinaOo |
Piimm, b 5tlk. H Siola; .
nrr\BTi Hi
i ii m a n... ; h..i. A B..rt
J Burr, N. MacC*... O Ma^r**
S"innn. P Cornell. G Onn T
enpaun. M Mahnn. J r>unmln. D
I*tioaht.,|*,. K DabncamW I. Craw
lara. M Scantkbur> T Ciawfmd J .
Macnall. E Cohen l. Millan
In Touch With Barbados
Co.nt.il Station
OF
JOES RIVER SUGAR ESTATES LTD.
Ai The First Ordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of Jews River
lie* Limited which was held at the Hall of th-- Children's Goodwill LeaRii
m OB Thursday last, the Uth instant. Messrs. A. A. (.uiler J. B. Beckles. M BE .
Dr. E. W. Roberts. C. A. Copjin HASc. and ('< <-'> Medford wen' re-
elected as Directors of the Company alon^ with M D. S. mmond.s. the Managing Di-
- '
Before the Meeting commenced the Chairman. Mr J R Beckles M.&E.. aakexi
Members present to stand for a moment m silent resiwct i i the memory of the late
3b i n Husbands J P who had sewed the Comp.riv m the capacity of a Dlrer-
d als-i as its first Agricultural Attorney
In noving the adoption of the Report of the Directors, tiie Managing Director
!. ".) D Symtnonda Mid 'ha: plans for e-stabUshlni> a coconut and citrus indusjrv
in suitable undeveloped areas of the estate*, were well underway and already sere-rat
ind dwarf coconuts had been planted
Steps wtn being taken to set up ,i Welfare Department for the Children o*
labourers
The shares of the Company were baittj rapidly taken up. 125,051 shares of
1. each having been sold during the period under review, while a Dividend of 8*"; was
recommended by the Directors to be payable on th. ICth day of December next to
Ordinary Shareholders "
The Report as adopted follows:
WAR DAMAGE PAYMENTS ir"\K EAST)
.ration has bet
L.lt
ill the SMl ot October. 195?. nu<. been fixed aa *.iw final dale i>,
Ihe receipt 4 Claim* in rMperl q| the Unt*l Kingdom Ft
Eaatern Pnvat. OmUeL- seem*. 1S40. the filled KtBfldl
F.xtei-lcil Fi 19 jii
lh* Burmii Fluslnens- 101*.
| in, VklM KliimlntT g .-... ,,, BnrtM
tit* wh na.v tllgl " o# thi
-i*#im. I'u' prftx lrriid> done so should obtain
He Avubtant Secr.-ijr> Bo ird of Tradv. i Insurancr and Cof
iHMie* Departincnn Lacon : :ou*e. Theobald* Road. London
Wt" I before ihr fin I
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Tiifmi-) Ktrmiif Pi Bill
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tun. Chaptai I BM 1*
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l"t aVfBwr.K nd H"mon Prcacn-
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M V .laaara. I PaUiMndar. a SMo .
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arc. a Baitr 7. .. Icorton. a.a '
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mo Ma. Pram amain
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in Sm Talk ID is p m Loa- ,
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lllim Sauvanin of Uuaar, 00 p in
WatoH MMaaMany III p m UilaQcra
( d a) p m aporla Hound Up aaal
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T in n in Heine Nawa Prom Britain
M ia a pas. taVaaat.. bUbvj
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trrli.da. I . p n Proni The Ediionab
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p n Tha Ma-a. 10 10 p m New. Talk
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T.p Tne, Tuna*.
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UUnie .nil ll-.lih allk Kri la Ika
ilHar.. h. Mar. Haa'r Iddy.
ind faith
.....ritual iiurlr-alariditaa. humii
I .ghi haa little rel:itlan la late rluli
or livine Page SfT
Grucle FieJds Says
Furouks All Right
LONDON. S^H 13
GriK-ie Fields diacui*e.i 1. l..:i-
iU>n on Saturday, one of her Oa>
ii.TTui- at her luxury eating.
.vwimmintt. and i
on Dream Island. Capri. >.
King Farouk. Grm-ie spoke not
t a Lancaih^re comedienne who
: big BritJah audiences '>>
unabashed tentialaentaUty or broad
iiumtiur. but ai ii owner of I ic
Canaona ik-i Mar.
Bha -.mi Tarouk'i jlrighi. He
I* a customer of mine it Cat
Del Mar." Wa* il true that ho
spent much of his tiaoe swlmniinu
..I (he exciu.iivi' .mil rxpfiiMVa-
Ccawuina Del M..i' li
He nu aeeer wtass ui my poor*
Sha Gilded he pressM U
"fdrouk hat been lo her place
only thret- times, iha ta^lallMd.
His dauRhlen; were there often '
;inil "the] .oe wonderful nirl-.
Very nice :ndeed" On bis first.
virtt to England with Gracae srasl
ht hu.ibnnd Borh- Alpaeovic.
-IT-
________________!
PART ONE ORDERS
N.
Mir MIKIivli
Bag
All rank. II parada at Rest. Hid at 1190 ho
v UMMal tha aean and i.iii.ut.ire ranae- No I Plat
,i.r naaai Maaaj will aa bayonet tratmna iiu nil B" Cay>.
will iinv ...t .1.1.111 nm.ma with a view t m'-iitu-i iva I .11 .llntled .1 '.ime Id Hi- \lmukl del
. iba U M naa IBfly.
Band piavtlee. will he held "ii Mim U, WeJ. 17 ar-d Thurv ||
01 III 111 ".....1 11.1 id -1 11 >>.....(IlKIMilM. - v|r
Otder 1. I IM I. C Qumtyna.
*J I. Sll Turney D G
M. L. D. 8KEWES-COX. Major.
O.tP. a> Adjutant.
The Rarbadoa Haaiment
Hit ItAMltntl- BKOIMKM-
I .TRIM.IB l\< Rl *-t
c
Stl CBM Mandevllle
rtm n iimii'
arRIAL NO. aa
r-iv fJimntert a cummiaMon In Iha rank of
2 l.t by HI Iha Oovarnar a*a paa."
Tian.leir.^1 I t aa And Iranlrrrei' 1 0 Active 1 11 Bbb.
l-romoted CSH HO Co> 0" BKXWES-COX. Muar S.OLP aV Adjutant. ts mm* - 11 S*p
Rea> vent. ItVJl- In
POLICE NOTICE
THE BAHAMAS POLICE
RF.CRl'ITS WANTED
T.un" 'lie Bahamas' Police.
MINIMUM requirement*
n subject by birth.
Age: 22 to 2? year*.
Education: not less than Standard VII.
Height: 4* 9" in bare feet.
not ten than 36" expanded.
Single men only will be eonndcrrd
AppUo tell at th* Police? Training Scnocl. Ditr.ct
A" 01 10J :8th September. >
I' ipplymg unlesfi you satisfy all the above requirement*.
; i^artnuanerv
Binto
10th Sepieml-
H. T. MICHF.LIN.
Colonel.
Commissioner of Police.
. 12.9 52- Jii.
DIRECTORS' REPORT
FIRST ANNUAL RF.PORT OF THF IUKFITOKS FOR THE PERIOD 1BTII MARCH.
1951 TO :WTH JI'NK. \**l
The Directors have the honour lo present the Annual Report on the working
of the Company and the Financial Statement with the Auditor's Report thrreon for the
peril 1! above rnentloncd and inclusive also of the crop per-od 1st Januarv to ISth March
1951.
SHARES:During the period under review 125.053 shares tf 1 each were sold.
GENERAL.The new Hoails built al HOTM Hill. Vauffhiu. Mt. Danes Joes
River, Prizeri and Springfield have eonsidn ably enhanced the value .f these estates.
The (iulf Oil Company has been carrying out tests in the area.
The question of land sui vevs eontta LMfl t> engage the altention of the Directors.
Several thousand coconut trees have been planted in suitable areas in accordance
with our plans for the sgjltblighmenl and devek|ed of a coconut and citrus industrv in
Ufel aii'.i
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT: From the Net Froflt of $40,414 70 the Director*
n'cniiunend the following payments and allocations:
Tiansfer to CJeneral Raiarvg
6*. Preference share Divi'I.ikI S20.U51 00 kesa J7.H1RD5 Income
Tax
V Ordmarv share Dividend $9.134.4fi lesg |3,43a IS Income Tax
Transfer to Income Tax Reserve
Transfer to Labourers' Children's Welfare Q| ScboIaggMa) Fund
Transfer to Labourers' House Repan or Improvemet t Fund
1 ransfer to Profit and Lom Account
AUDIT:Mr. E. H. Bohne was appointed as Auditor for the period,
i Itgible for election.
OFFICER^;U is with deep regret thai the Directors record the passing of the
late Adam Straughn Husbands J P who rendered outstanding service to the Company us
its Agricultural Attorney and also served in the capacity of a Director.
During the year Messrs. Q, Ci. Medfonl, C A. Coppui and Dr. E. W. Roberts have
bean appointed to hold office until the next Ordinary General Meeting. At the first
Oidinaiy General Meeting all of the Dim ffi axcapl the Managing Director retire auto-
maticallv and are eligible for election.
J. B BECKLES. Chairman
M. i; SYMMONDS, -Maoafing Director
______________________ F. \!IL.L1NGT()N.Secretary.
itFVKMK AIXOINT. rtBIUI) 1ST JAM ARV. I1M TO 30TII SIS*. 1H2
DEPARTMENT OF SCII NCE A AGRKTLTURE
Tha Dfpnrlment <.f Ma .> ulnin- 'ill IHPN HaaRi I
kinantltv af planting l I i n tjllSJ jviilable mi
distribution later m the year
2 This variety ha relativilv i' ag er. naavy vieldi >f plant I RM, and has an excrllerh
jinr*> It i* recommended for trial o p the righ
rainfall areas only.
3 Thosa parsons drairous ol laMataSlagJ planting matrn I
v.iih-U .hnuld apply in Mttgaj nn. -\diii ultnr,- KM
later than Tuesday. SOlh Sfpiemi .t. 1952. ApplicanU BJtM
harmed m due eonrag when thr\ art bU -ena leg pianmnt aaa>
TMIaRM KIK I Mr SICIM \ tlf (iKtll Ml rROVISIHW
S 5.000.00
iis,osioa
S 5.709.04
$15,155.34
S I OH 00
* 40R 00
S 1.002.27
anil is now
i \i'i MM I t i:i
Cane Purchase
Coat of Plantation Canes
General Expense*. Land Sales and
Commlasion
Llceneo of Vehicles
Appraisemeni ........
Interest
Transportation and Freight
Rant .......
Sugar Bags ......
Factory Supplies ..
Repalri U machinery 4V Vehirles ot
Transportation
Stationery
Taxes and Insurance
Wax** and Salaries
i .- !' ......
i [:iv:,l>l,.
Fuel
Rater Miu nd Water Rate
lluilding Repairs
o| i A Tractor* 20'. i
t291.311.02
:U,*90.W5
31 94t.2e
252.24
n.M
J9.351.75
21.549.16
07.00
78.llt.75
13.715.30
lit.108.81
532. Itt
gggfcM
M2.B24W7
1.002.00
llfilllMI
r.^31
2X41
330.39
iU'lHi'
H80.H4HI'
Itma-rve Puad *g.ono.0o
PVallt 4.4I4.70
RETINUE
Property and Produce Account
Sale* of Proilure &
Ptopatty .1.132.513.75
Le Cot of Prop-
erty Sold oo.ooo.nn $1,072,313.73
PROFIT AND LOvs AtTOl'NT
I on O'r
La*aa bicomg
Pref<-r-
Tax
I2O.851.O0
7.818.95
3 9.134.40
3.423.42
ll.vuU'rd of S", on
Ordinary Shniv.
I.eaa Income Taw
Income Tax Reserve
General Reserve
Uboura Scholanhip Fund
House Repair or Improvement Fund
Profit and Los*
I \ 155 34
ItOOMO
108.00
40B.0O
1,002.27
340.414 70
Tmlance Brouifh town
BALANCE SHEET. PERIOD 1ST JAN I AHY. IMI TO 30TH JVXL, 1952
.
i> magaVal l"eginnin' ..11 tht
I'ernment PfpartmenW
(.Irnaaln r Bwi
t.pply of ground proviaiona fot the
t aVtObSt IMBa t> Usa
potatoai i-i" ' 1
il>. .1 Miniilh as govftticd hj bag numlh-r
ni p.1. nets. ii> ba daUvored I
ly at the 1
Mental llaapltal; s >. tutooi approximately 5.00J
lb* .. vci'k. tu Ik- dehvued al tt.. g]
t.ti H pttal ta i<< I
.Itr at
Van as available.
( .,-... ii.|.-
lataretlo aHvoal Be4ato ..|.|n..xima1ely Ml Iba.
a . H doUeefad twiea w.-fhiv ag
Ml,'!- I
nlalili
MOVJ as available.
Breadfruit aa available
00 per 100 lbs .it 4Ui li .1. h
DJ kg daUiafid .i Hu Ututa.
f the period
2. TvjbObbTI atatRlH I
if Ihe alHivemvnliniKHl iiiinmotl
turn QOncvrned itiiimii i.n h mini
lo the 31M of DggagBjgaar, 1932.
3 TOgatVan shmilit DO tom in B I D sealed envrlapn. .uliln si
tit tin- Cat0BMa%1 Setlttan (.nut D 1 bBj)
leach llie Colonial Serrclurv'i Oaagg nut lain lhan M pjn
Wi 'itH Saptemtxi'. IMS] The tnv.-I.iiic vh.-nl.'
-larked "Tenders fui lOM "
Furthei information is obi lIMttlg '
laj BalBgaataJ BBBj th* lai/Jl <-l ! i
3 Th- CJovernmrn' .1,1 tfjag toweil
any tender 11 'i A?
IIMIIK. llK SI'PPLIEN
SXALED TENDERS Brill as i.eivmi it QM Hospital up to I
oVlock noon on WcdnaKiay. IttB September. 1952, for aupplyin
articlaa m tha following llnan lm : Derma nf ix month* from 1
October. 1992:
(II FRESH P.HF. m*
(2) ALCOHOL
13) corrrNSi and p nrieUagi hoarse tor the hnn.ii .
Ihe dead at llie WMtbuiy Cemetery
<4I PtIKK FHF-SH Vtl K. between 2011 ami 250 plnl.s
day only
FnrniB for ihe respective ban '1 1 l ill bfl ; | III 1 B lagdl lUa
kg the rt".nrlarv ol KR4 Ol i ,1 BOd tetaaSri will Bj
lertaineil except they arw on fordU ..upplled by tha General HMpitJi
ParaotiM leiidcriny aggaj ,i.fc-.i, ,h |Rg iu- ,1, ri.tu lalic
from fii'o olhrr jat-rantia laaogl > roperfcj *arprei'"l''ii aV
bgggjavseanki (a BaVoaio be/awd g| u'citc* for the faptlanal f U
i-oairoci.
Tern 1 Of I obtaUM
on Bpagg M..... Iha Donors! H 109.32- :i
LIABILITIES A CAPIT4I.
AUTHORISED CAPITAL
120.000 Prefci

1 each 120.000- t57B.UOO.IIO
)ii.OOO Ordinary
Bharei ci
.mm c 40.000 :$i92.iHio.o
C 160.000 S708.OOU.OO
ISSUED CAPITAL
M.261 OnJimrv
., I I
c.i. b $174,052.80
bh.792 Prefer-
ence Saarea
( 1 .en 420.201 SO
$OO0J54.4O
PAID UP CAPITAL:
14.548 Ordinar>'
Share* Fully
S 09.820ff'i
n'lmary
Sharea Partly
paid 44.360.00
79.117 Prefer-
ence Share*
rulhp paid S379.761.60
1.878 ITefer-
ence Share
Partly pc id 20.824 65
'; id up Capital
A.'i ;< ulttiral Bank
ti Loang Payable
' d to meet Government Fund
1953
kDtl Payable
S.lriea Payable
Profil an.) Loaf
400.580.23
IBM ftl M
Tajr&ja
g.OOOAU
30.797.2E
95.578.89
2.092 oe
40,414.70
$1.114.60201
ASHETH
Property Pureftae Pr'ca f93).432.29
Legal Expenw*. Rod..
Surveying Ii-'imvementa ii|.349 31
S.P.C.A. PHOTO COMPETITION
It I l.ES
Phnbaa of an animal or grnup of nnini.il
Any slaeBta.k ..nd WhH Onl>
C'Uving li.t, itl
A OesBtlOH ivaervvfl Ihe rich! to rcprotlun- any prm'
l'ii/es ..witrili'-t ! HM Itt - phOtO.
Klltl'.IIKi
1ST I'RIZE
gsafj pm/i
1RII PRI/I
*r.....
H.IHl
1.00
I.......-i of thr ......w 111 be linal
All photos In
Police aSaWlOfl, < o I
grapbic CipinpirttttOI
tha s.p.c a OflaO li rb 1
\ and mntkni SI'' I I"
Leu Coat "f Properly
Sold
Bank Balance ftojSsI Bank
of Canada
it.-..id naiaawc B'dna, c<
op. Bank LinUtOg]
Loans on Proper;y Balen
Horse Hill Reeateaoag
Loana on .Proper* Sale*
Mt i)"A.-t.; Reeatvable
Preliminary Fxr>enaes
Loana pl-i.'
Lorriea and TnctOfa
Deprc. -i
Siock of Fan.., s,,pp;,,..
St.'k of M-Nurea. for
1943 Crep
I 1112781.65
00.000.00 3932.78165
S 32.04140
S 6.40180
1.932 20
1.531.58
29.033.00
14 533 88
30.797 28
31.114.00201
ArnrroR*** ekpoet
I hen |hot 1 have examined the foregwi.i
the Company. I lave obtained) all Ihe information
tne above Balanae Sheet .4 property tat* of affair* of the Compnaiy. recording* te the he^ of m<
le me. and ai ... the Bonkt of
>im I aava) required and thai In my
rat a iru.. and correct view of the
-ran at tan an 1 the -
MAKE Vot;it GARDEN BEAUTTFUL WfTIf -
YATES SEEDS
The Seed* lhat *!-o'
Freah Nuppliea ot
YATES
t Vegetable S***'
Also
"YATES BULBS
SPREKELIA FORMOSISMMA 4 0 each
TABEROSE (Double large Clumps I 4 2 0 eatii
CRYTHANTI'S lAlfafa LUj) e-.ch
OhfainaWa 01.
BOOKER'S (B'DOS) WWJfi STORFS LTD.
Hma.1 flkatt. and Hastmci (ALPHA PHAJU
IDWARD I! JVMINt-
AattHc
Pimples 60
Cause Killed in 3 Cays
aaatj wu -.-
. Mtn

Nixoderm
r Sk.n Traablci
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved First Day

In J mttmtaa UKNngro ta, ,, -
i.ciiatt nf a famoaa doetareirru-
*!> .-urt.-
d-y tha
aJ, tlnia
t*laa Iraa. aa l.r. .iVii-l. hii-I r *-
Tnohaa. Iio
' i.la at lna.il- anil
i. AMhaaa >il
i tim. avaa
RHEUMATISM
and agonising
BACKACHE
CONE!
Obifinele
ceMgtle'afs
rllaed by
KIU1CHEN
safferen from
rbaamatlam will
ba intarMted in
tli experlam-e
related in < -
mw'M ltter .
'Som y*'*
a* > I began \ o
s t....| irtriniM: !
In my arma anJ-houlitei-r. Than
Kurt atarted tn tiie -mall or hit
k, incraaalna uatll ihe, wiw
raallv aayera. I ftoiight .1 tnn'l*
of Kruavihan ami waa aurpiiaail to
Ami that I >< Hl'li- re!'-! I
bOBSfBl SJi ''h.T m.I in'! tc II anu
fluuhml all tiiv paina bad tfuna
ami from that dav have not
api-earad again Mr pains w^r
on.iHiuitu and tha rcltaf roaJls*
aurprlne.1 me." -T.B. f
Rliatafnatlc pallia and backnche
ara uauallv tb* rnaull of pocona
Etha M ivd- pol-ona which i*/y
*..!> and Urn. kldnaya ara
falling to cspel. For tjaaa
oompralota tbara la no finer
treatment than Knuuhan 8-a.ta.
which cleanaaa all iba Internal
nua, atlqnilaua tham to nor-
faal haalt h ai tlon and 1 him
raitoroa fr-ahi-.> and rigour.
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PAOI -IXTIIN
SI SOW AhMK \TI
SUNDAY, -.1 I'M Mill If II. I83S
\ckh i in mi. vnrss:
Cane Root Infesting Mealy Bug
By K. W E. TUCKBB
IN it Cuw Root Infesting Mealy Bug S,*/ W. .
must not be contused with the Cane stem mealy buii which
has been known for a lony time in Btfbttlot and is under
contra!
The mot i noticed on tw<
. separated plantation* in the hilli.-r rod .-oil areas
in 1951 WM I IM third 'i tu irth ratoon fields which had
prevtol nVj given gootj tOHU#n itarttd t*> fail either mm-
ph lely or m pttcflOB.
3RD SKA SCOUTS HOLD
AQL'ATIC SJ'OKTS
l DOM report*
...
.
.Lilt W.l .
asjoiated wilh - amall a-faftfa)
. re uni m
in s.nie caiw growing areas,
icnton decline
r.-ipacity 0| torn* planlal. D BOMl
iltt not be attn-
IM1 to lack cf rainfall

to be I direct outcon

lulea by iii* small
bug.
Survey
is made and is
I ntU.ua i to find out
.-. the r
Ap| rently it not.

sjold. ii yellow anti
..in.
. tind farm* out la*
bug onto the
inl ACROPYGA rears both
mctiy bugs and
:. Mcb it make* in
! jnd carries the m
Duad from place to pi
th ml
In their flying stage.
hug 01
youa* la Ita JiW "'* Ind
and thui rpreedi Infeatatloo '
I ., found to 'use n.
i In some areas to graft.*
icots in sour grass j-asturcs and '
m of each plan
The next step taken was to toll i to
Bumbtl <-t the anU and P'"*1 " planted in c me once
the root lall
and them for id.
it (i ,iv. Ktii v. ||| Qeorgi
D Bridgetown at 8.30 m i .
B| ' Bpi ' Like across the country. The ol>
..r hall Una
. . F..| youngsters in methods of Obscrv..-
t tion. Pathfinding and Mapping.

*...-.. .it. The route was not indicated be-
finmnVtlni fr< the start and to i
Jed scouts were left behind
:. itch closely, up the trail' Thr
The jetty at Plantations Ltd. cessful up to certain point as th-
ibH through tna heavy rains in the country washed
1.1V the signs placed by tho
ll-wlahera watched the Sports G.S.M. Otherwise the hike was i
It took six hours.
gperta n LocJon und
: .11. Waithe and '

ere ai followi
>1 VAItDS i rtl I STYLE
1. Cumberbatch 2 It I d 3
'

2-1 YARDS BA< i,s l.. Kl
: Cumb
BOAT I
.
. DIVE
I, CUP I
.
50 YARDS FREE B1 vi.r
t. Cuml arbotch; 2

: YL1
I. Reld 2 Waithe 3. Cl
CATHEDRAL Si'Ol'TS
damage to the loll h to ,, HHSE . i___ ,,,,
i On Thui
tl edral Group with their OTOUI

und pored and planted in can. e ,-,
- C*apl. AriilMroni* 10
Mtfl- '" ropj
Mr. R IV. Tl IKIlt

able, gt the
such H i

brown haid

not con Idered suitable ind i\.|L 1 In <|<|<| ^-l.-nl
amgtoh. The .... ot lelds a in
, iMrth case*. uttabl.
I that the golden yellow "" oru>
M U "YOA MAR- "
that the MM
m.I' bug
. ZOECUS new ftp* lei
nut nearest in Identification u>
N I HXJMIUKNSIS.
M was ne\t ascertained lh.it
the golden yellow am had t*en
recorded many years un<, la
Barbados and that planters had
seen It and (nought it was some
sort of wood ant.
No one however had ever seen
the nnall wane mealy bug before,
nor liad they
of the
i night next Cap!
W. II R A.I..SU..I.,; Will 0V.
R Ultl
bUg in its jaw.
from these exp. .-
to shov Wl!| i*. followed b) .
niat crop .-. i, i ,
n t are ii hkeiy iu Th i '' iH tost
mttl third oi faurth about 16 minutes.
toon cropo; thai U bi am ________
Ume
N'"1'11 i.m 4V 1/____f'l-rf.
be ran led out. both on mall OO 1 OU 1 flliltl
in f1!. ck of i inovm
ploti ind on |
ptontaUona; f.>r U ratooi
>?ars of guxl rainfall .in, ,.
seen the flving '"''T1 *?n* daniugmj and evan-
th< !;;:!':''',"^ .s* root twps
It's Hot?
r-roun-l
ihaps ,h#.fSS'.^
' ... the ..-. ,.!| |, M iiUh
^22 ',' ,X'r'0d "f rMl ht in winter In Ponta Delgada
Y allure iSftfysTl^SS . ^ How* stand
The failure of raluon crops in r '' pi
rtm. fields or areas wa. not new J t rl V WottOO I tat ill Otl
to damage by the l
l)orer BEETLE
IHAI'ltEPE-S
hi h
; irom
AIUIHEVIATL'S. It is possible, Kni!!
but not very probaUt, thai when ... ""
aearchina cane ratoon roots for
grt . vhna maalj
the roots had been uvei-
The fnct
.i new apede of mealy
hug and that .'allures of raloniis
had appeared in a season of
nt rainfall, und In areas
not m-unlly affected by root
to its being a new
i : ii.:.if nana, or one which !
for ..tine reason had suddenly
I menace to laloons and _,
had been noticed tor the ilr^t P
tuna la 1951.
Whatever the reasons for Its
Bx I bavinsj bean noticed in 1051
U> fteerag no doubt that In
Baibados H U i pctmarj paat to
;v-'.i in and that U la
the increase and that ||
being used
aoraer .
iei nsaehlntn for dis-
night temper..lore of 10 and
humidity
......a: f*
Rixuls in Da Costa
Lnmi Repaired
mtly, re
. de to th
!>< i I ,m. an ..
pan d th.
i Itai punided
dema oi thU .,,,.., ,, ...
any type .( w.
has also i>i
a snort-eul from Deigh*

PIPE LINES LAID
i po line h ive to ntly bpen
injurious to successful latooning g|
lal must be ',.' "" **<":
noticed that modern field cut- J-ildaStVwii. .or,'!' '"*" "",l
UvattoD lihrthod. break ur .,.
redure the mealy hu,: association Weiks Deu.rtnvent
m the soil, hut do not destroy it: rruvi s,- aaaar"
hence plant canes are tn^.riw'',
be hart. The an, m n'.:.
buit aianelallon however blUH w | | IT hU
rtuimg ftr.1 aii,| wco,,, u I. This Includes
during whtob toaaace ta atoo lost the fl
i 'o b> retraoroad by i rtli
eu bj Dying ,

May and Juntf
... the hlghaol iver-
gflsj da) Wraj i tha ytai
show 87' on the thcrtnomc
, T.t and Tt at night
anu humldltlea
Augu.st. September and Oclober
i laiupfratures
nf 86" and night tempe. I
between M 'luf "3 out II
otter beeauaa the average
1 I Odds in toe hU --luetii 71 and
Bo In tact, what we cat)
Highways a t|. ^ monthi are n hot monthi ai all I m the I unud
months.
Thata tverag) U n
and hum:!.
.< ibly with Kl-.-
I ,icn In Ki! i
in everaat Jan .
is 86', and while tl.i
...Ii- U) '' ;.i niKht the humiditv
is high nt 78 July and A
K ton h eh . d tl
... i .
md 7J In Oetobor t'.e humid-
, i ... . .i
the w .1
or from sour grass
With the result that
fourth ratoon? start to
.go so rapidly that thev
era not worth jpsaptna. which i-
a serious matter.
Control
The step, which BPI bei
Barbadhusi will im> nil
Ml .||,.
hoi In H. Idgnt a*i
i.i reeord-
ratui Barbado
:.. whi

100 It can i. London
i Si
i have

rtU hTeefch Devotl.....I Sei In New 1
v M ( A., ni m "'",1 lamparaturai
\.ili be held thai evening at IJO which have reched 102 and
rrviiT
xotional
Al YJMaCA.
tn control this dai /, ,
In what Mil InaectoxL en Mi J. G. A
'1 kill the ants and mealy pi
tiue. how to apply it '.- that it a !>......i invlt
application can l>e t.itr.i Into Ihe '< '" "u at ,v,o gci
plantation routine, mid at what ral put
p

. nexl
in- pooi devtto In Am*
lot thd
'<
Ilicvli 1>j It Every Time
.^..^- ,,. jimmv Ilaclo
K
I B-e-Bur OUS *EW >
-JOSE ISKT flMSMED
Vtr-VWE OWT W3VE
ff-K A^T GOT
tO PLE TO OO
WE COm?ACTUR
pfft^vsED rro
be R=-Dy-
euT-m.1. BE
A CE1V MORE-.
LOOK, BUO'-ITS *JO SK"M |/<4MD ^LL TWE HOTELS
OFF AW NOSE WHAT .' AVC FILLED.1 63V1E-
XJR LEA'I-'D CO*JIRAC-U:< \ TfJIK'G TELLS A^E
OD OR ClON'T DO! TUIS IS i> THE. EIGMTRA.LLS
LEASE EFFECTIVE lOQAY.'f HILL Hie'TO
WS'RE AVJv^vJq i^ AS OF ^ L'VE 'N A TREE-
Siuey could aove"> -
V,* / ""O *E CELLAR \
\ ^3rrtVr'"i'
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A,
UkCfOR
) RE**r*y FO-5 TME

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fi Jaf?M-iy I ' "\\ V
THE .
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accounts by an independent .udiI 01 *'*" u ar .,"" tor. and the introduction of the but the duty on the sugar from the annual estimates of rev.nue and Bitlsh Colonies was not to b.expend ture. He claimed that reduced, it was claimed that the .Dpi..pi ustion of the public money su " r '""' ,h '' t iv "" 1 .euiii lie in the House and, its lb which slaver) still existed could nn tratlon In the F-X.eutlve tVtP at the pi. t.ietit i;d dUt) %  >' %  %  properly U-loi.g.," ,„id rt eoim-ete with I aflvoeatcsl the fonnatlon of what ""' British Coloniaa, Il is nut the Public Works Departthar cUlmad that this nwnt. The great eonstlulional would nfton raforms of the last eentury can mgnt to thtr COnUni M lad to him. for he was "Htl the vxtanslan ot Ihe tlayi MI h fa the eeration of Ihe Hade, thlls lUllUfylng ill 'hen post of Auditor General, the forprOV I •storl UJ ptfl %  '" nd 10 mat: ii „f Hie Executive Ioniumthll hOTTld trade. tee, and the Franchise Act of 1B84 "Sir llanry" Morgan, however, soon ling the King's i-dI I v i %  i i nnd in the Autumn of 1674 ho was appointed lieutenant governor of Jamaica and was knighted, leaving England in Dtcambai Aficr auch a raraai i I %  bad had it was not sui prising that Morn' official was not v.iv cradiuble, He was charged by the Qovernor, Lord Vaughan, soon after his appomtnaant with encouraging privateering. He intrigued again.I his colleagues and governors of Jamaica in the hope) of superseding UavU; and >u'poried tne outrageous conduct hi.s brother Captain C gan, a terrible nifRan klnsmnn Col Byndlos, taking part in their brawl' and rlrunke.i orgies. Esquemelin | gives a graphic description of the taking of Porto Bello. The pirates approached the city by night, he says, and captured a guard, who they commanded to tell the soldiers within the wall, to surrender or they would be cut to piece:. The soldiers began tiling, however, and „.-,,. %  . aroused the city. Alter a sharp CAPTAIN MOBOAN fight Morgan and his men capWCOU; these two vices being cruelties and excesses. Governor tured that for* ml lib ('.lowed bv many insolent actions Modyford endeavoured to cover it up, continued to advance Into of rape and adulter> Thus they the whole under the necessity of the citv The battle was furious gva themselves up to all sorts allowing the English a free hand and raged for manv hours of debauchery that fifty courageto attack the Spaniards whenous men might easily hav e reever possible. The Governor retired to one of taken the citv, and killed the the Castles. Morgan lenllsed that pil Another Expedition ...mint beat a n.uge. flatter h If he was going tc. win the day After spending fifteen days in On his return to Jamaica Moi h< noul him and gat him to light he wouhl have t takthe castles. p,,rh, Bello the pnates b?gan to gan was almost immediate'-, Ofl your Blda" i, .. policy which where the ch.ef citi'ens had taken ,,iake preparation, for their deentrusted with another expedithe English have lollowed from refuge, taking thCir plate and [ arture. But before they would tion against the Spaniards and that day to this, and Jewels with them. "To this eaTacV 1 leave they demanded n ransom proceeded to ravage Ihe coasts of markable stacosna, iioih l-Squemelnik', he ordered ten of 100,000 pieces of eight from the_Cuba. In the next year. 1W he West Indies and P> %  one thing," ona historian e thought It distinctly Pttrograda for a colony which had %  %  UW privilege of elfgove, r.,,„.,,, for Ml | on Xu b,. pohtu ill, ,ii-i,d.-.l. Bag another. Da "i.ini. depi*. i.ded the :dea of thi-.wing upon Ihe Crown the Whole dutv ol Ihinkrng and acting foi the ein.Oit ip..'ed classes 8s though they were unworthy of the potilit ,ii Ircadon a ueh is the proud tio.i-t of Anglo-Saxondom T bin. the lugheat eitlxinship v.* b'M-i on a sansa of respnnnblllty, (inii it was slmph avong and foolish for any stale to limit the number of its citizens or nejrt m cramp their opporlunities for scaled, responsible civic effort."! I) The v< ,TD BE CONTINUED) by gvarfl M m 1 .1 Mm Ii-. Pi 1JST i',. MH 1 Ships Va ill Qued For Tourist KirOla On S|uuiis\i Main A warshi| will laat ...th in engb i i and not -oui on board gpsj a rivet ii i _.m bought by the 1 It was natural that Prescod did Siain Navy, Bad %  vite antagonism in certain quarMM nillea to Bangkok ters of the cominunilv, espeeiall) She will lake at lha planter element was itU "' world Cnindn "l the opinion (hat it had bsjan urjustly treated by being deprived h of their capiial Slaves—and had only rcceive-l in ill recompense from the hands i I th. British Government Hut '"i all this it must be admitted that Prescod had some strong and launch parliamentary allies. The General, Hon. John % %  %  • H I Trlmn Inghgm, Young. Nnthaniel Forte. ,lnpd "" (he i %  bum. "in and James Holllgan wen very Open Mi then co-operation wilh WlTi There Is a striking proof of ihe high l aa p aci which the How l n IhKl. he ,.... suspenand the Community hclu for ed in Jamaica from all 1 i. which was confirmee" by the Government m England after hearing Morgan's defeine I he was restored to his place tne Council In July lfiBa. P month before ins death. Mc i.. i USM | exainpUof perhaps the gngluh Samuel Jaekman Prescod Is shown By ihe voluntary and Unanimous vote of eensure which the House "f Assembly passed on Dr. BanKim, Senior Member for St Thomas and a very senior Member it that, for using unparliamentary language lo Mr Prescod The history of the British West Indies is closely linked with the or retrogressive movements eman-l ite. The price of sugar has always I been the eon'rnlllng factor In the' iionomy of the Island of Barba'dos, and as the United Kingdom gradually moving toward) policy of free trade, this meant \ Due lotat) to the fact that Ihe approach of StockJ 0 taking finds US somewhat overstocked we ai. offering 1 the Undttrm) i Uoned Mauranai | BIG DISCOUNTS OFF THE I REGULAR RETAIL PRICES. 3 3' DUNL0PILL0 48 ONLY ARE TO BE SOLD AT $52.96 EACH. 3' V0NO INTERIOR SPRING MATTRESSES S93.00 each $85.75 ONLl in OP EAI II IMI I PI >oi. AT i :II. -si spt:t IAI ni oi \rioNs N.B. Illl \ll()\ I VtlMIOMI) I'KllfS ,%K FOR gPOl c \s.it -MIONI As X "ii U the specilied quantities have Keen disposed of the rein.under of our itOCR Mill immediately revert to the 'MCOS. I HARRISON'S FUR S,'ir E 42 D 34 PT | ana TOWELS BATH MATS Hen ihir Uu . LINEN DEPARTMENT PANCf RATH TOWaVJ 21 S 0 SZ.ttO Eaeh Pink. Illu. (...M Turgullse I1VEI* COTTON TOWELS :• x is I st.ie Es4-h Greea, Blur. Pink Mill COTTON TOWELS %  M x 4S | IZ.S9 RaMk Plok. (.rem. t.idd. Blur BJ \i II tOWauLI v hi, I S5.e7 Eae'i 22 s 41 . gtOI t*rh WHITS: Tt RKISII BATH rOWELH 27 I 54 '• S2.S1 I .-< ii BATH MATS < %  S2.C4 Eaeh Gftan, Blue. Peaeh PACK I LOTHI WMte i Colourrd A 20c. Eaeti CAVE .SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10 II, 12 ft 13 BROAD STREET S.P. + C.A. Ask >ou to be ..".i.-r. and kind lo our %  B lSBj a l a at all llmrr.. hul mprel lit during the brat of the da* anil alr Ih'iii reguUd* //„ i foam auMrCiy to salad S .i.,l %  |>c: %  •- *ichh-. M L 'J r.it of sauces. i . i m am > "^ tHt/ftf} /"//////// A !:n ill I %  just a te*pnhi' ConnosBscui'ddi %  %  %  t llavntir lien in 'I i r.l Ix Pontna' %  ll •* Mil. eihi thi .s l.ea\ IVrnnsn i' %  The rud kt hav. bet and t'" 1 reaaal • m >• tow. There will bt a ill r-mltar Potl ft kl, A Singapore I.t I kjj KNIGHTS £B i FOR PURE DRUGS WIII.S >mir llurtnr prcs. hl loi \ou . he NsiUfat MI" need Ihe IIKST WIIK.N' we (Oiii|niiid fgejV prescriptions wr only offer Ihe UP sl in Drugs ami the IIKST in gknrriaaj, K, KNIGHTS %  FOR BES1 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. NEVEII Bl WTTMOI f/oo/s /Ml. f Vf ##!'S ii.i. i iiu (onauai Acid Aeelyl Sr.l gr, 3'-. I'le II.KI -tin gr. 2 Caffein gr. Va I'lienolphthal gr. 1 For the Sperdf Rrllrf 4 Quickly rein i Neoi % %  Am, N Urltla and all | I Kurth.i mop. ffUQ I | reduce tl.e hllh temperature %  and chills Tir r help t Bowel ti ti Hi to iwrifi il t -ni ml so essential in caaea of %  I and chllU Although raj I tain in a* uon i' I it net contain any harmful iros an I will not heart nor can inces. I'Klt I I il k BOTT1 I BRUCE WIA1BIIIAD LTD. Selling Agent for Boots Rare Drug I o. Ulll \ VOI CAN SAVI: •2V l III si ! 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IXt.l I ll.ll I BARBADOS **& ADVOCATE DAY ADVOCATE Kl'NDAl. II'IIMHI.K IU kHl SI. lttWf.l- Sunday. September II. 1932 W VI til THE tvailibUitj ol mta fot purposes in Barbados was the subject of a qumtiOB put to the lute Dr. Senn by the late NiiFrank Stockdale and the then Dr. Saint (BOW Sir John) in January 1941 As a result of that question the British Union Oil Company carried out a survey of the ground water resources of Barbados free of charge. The report of that survey m published in March 1946 Since that date the subject ol irrigation has been discussed by many persons not all of whom have studied the Senn report. In view Ol the importance which Irrigation would have in maintaining a high tvangt sugar output it is not surprising that the possibility of irrigation has been consistently kept in the foreground during rcicni years. It is also therefore not surprising that Professor Beasley in A Fiscal Survey <>f Barbaric* should have included irrigation in a proposed full economic programme set against the deep-water harbour project. In view <>f Professor BM I mendation and in view of the reports which are circulating to the effect that the government has earmarked a large sum of money for irrigation purposes in its five year development plan, the views ol tha late Dr. Senn on a future water policy for Burbudos ought to be recalled. Dr. Senn began his suggestion for a water policy with the remarks: "It is obvious that the public water supply must have priority, as on it the health and welfare of the entire population depend to a considerable extent. In any planning it must be considered that with the rise of civilization the water consumption per head will increase and in Barbados allowance has also to be made for a steadily increasing population.' For this reason not all the water unused at present could be utilized for a planned system of irrigation, but certain quantities have to be reserved for future extensions of the Public Water Supply." If Dr. Senn's advice is to be followed it would appear essential for the public watei supply to be assured and improved before embarking on any experiments with irrigation. Has the public water supply been improved? That question is best answered by the Chief Engineer of the Waterworks. In a talk given to Members of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society on June 9, 1952 Mr. Garrod. the Chief Engineer of the Waterworks Department said; "the water system is probably at the present time at its lowest ebb. The old pumping machine is giving out, the new is not in full harness and the distribution pipes are too small. Let us hope that from now on improvement will manifest itself". Had these statements been made by some professional journalist or politician seeking to make an impression they might have been overlooked and certainly would have been checked by reference to the expert. But when they arc made by the expert they cannot be dismissed. "Subterranean water" Mr. (Jarrod continues during the same talk which has recently been published in the Journal of the Society "is vitally important to this island's water supply and we cannot allow anyone to lift it in excess, to the ultimate detriment of the public." If the expert recognises the priority of the public water supply over irrigation, it may be asked, why should a newspaper be concerned about a question which is in flood hands? Normally such a rebuke would be well-merited but the history of water development in Barbados as traced by Dr. Senn shows that the right opinion was not always followed: and recent happenings in Barbados tend to show that when the expert's opinion conflicts with the dominant political wish that the expert's opinion is dl K'garded or some weak compromise is decided on. Water is too important to daily life to be trifled with. Much development has taken place since Dr. Senn's report was written and Barbados is fortunate indeed to have acquired just the very person recommended by the late Dr. Senn "a qualified water engineer who is specially keen on fundamental re search", to plan a future water policy. Already many improvements in the public water supply have been experienced. In May 1951 a new well at Haymans capable of yielding a million gallons of water a day came into production K\ ploratory Boring which is now Wing carried out at Sweet Vale may result in another source of supply which may permit of the closing of existing sources which are not entirely satisfactory. In this connection Dr Senn's views on the main sources of the island's water supplies arc important and it ivery disturbing to note that Hamsun Cave. Bakers Cain Coles Cave streams in St. Thomas, which he considered to be very unsatisfactory and even dangerous are still, according to th* Chiel EngiiMtr*i statement In June 1952. being u i omi.-mui'. sary improvements in water supply as to quantity and quality the Chief Engineer is planning lor an increased consumption oi water of some 9 million gallons daily by 1980. Reorganisation ol Ac w.iu supply is : and in 1949 a million dollars, was sanctioned for work over the whole island. In actual fact, according to the Chief i ar, tin expenditure may eventually go to doubt that amount. With so much to be done for the public eita supply of the island it seems tnci edible that schemes of irrigation should be contemplated at this moment and it is earnestly to be hoped that in a matter of such vital importance to the future generations of Barbados that no political pressure will be used t.i counteract the decision of the expert. Insufficient attention too seems to be paid to the warning which was given to the members of the Historical Society by the Chief Engineer when he spoke of City ehiefa hevt insufficient pressure to < ntrol lire "We cannot connive at the : ../aid \ he said. We cannot. Melonembarking on schemes of irriga lion the authorities responsible for the de\ineni plan which is soon to be announced may be counselled to spend I qi let day reading the report of the late I) Senn and then to compare it with the an 'our water supply" delivered by he Chiel Engineer el the Barbados Museum i. 0th June 1952. It is impossible when this has been done not to regard schemes for irrigation, howevtr desirable and however necessary in the future, as premature at this stage of i ur water supply development. "The inter system" says the one man in BartxiuV I beat qualified to speak "is probably at .lie present time at its lowest ebb". It is i obvious said Dr. Senn that the public | Lipply must have priority. Who would disagree 7 lOWI-llllk I 'I .MI-: THE historian of the future may And it fltablo to speculate on the reasons why ol the two experiments from which Sir CIrattan Bus-he will always be remembered .n this island only one took root. Why was it he may ask, did "Bushe rule" capture the in.agination of the politicians who supported it, whereas "Bushe time" BOOB expired? Of the two experiments the historian. Ireed from the prejudices and slogans of the present will perhaps consider the inauguration of Bushe time as far more suit. I le to the needs of a tropical island than the settling upon 166 square miles of coral of a form of government which is today working with great difficulty in its Westminster Home ? Why. he must ask. did Bushe lime expire when Bushe rule survived ? The historian of the future may search md search amid the masses of paper and tiles which might survive some future lire or hurricane (which may solve all Barbadian problems in a manner quite unforeseen by our present-day planners) without finding a clue to that most interesting netologteal question; Why did Bushe lime die? Should his eye light by chance on these vords if they are available to posterity (perhaps in the vast newspaper storeroom oi the British Museum where all British newspapers are preserved) he might find '.he clue for which he may be looking. Bushe time died of ridicule. Bushe rule survived because no one thought of ridiculing it. Politics in Barbados, like education, is a subject of veneration. Those who make fun of polities make fun of the l pie And the will of the people Is sovereign. Surely that is the clue to the success of a political experiment which had nothing to recommend it except a very ;li!h-hand resemblance to a British cab met system which itself revision ? Politic* are taken too seriously here and the leg-pclling and cartoons and political sitire whi-h reduce parliamentary government to the level of a national pastime The man who keeps Barbados laughing on Sundays THE GOLDEN VOICE NURSERY RECORD BOOK .!. a trumophone record \IV4H All: VI AIIO.MCm %  .,v.v.v.v...v.-.v/,.//.v,v,v,-.v.v.-.v.v.-.v.v/.v.v i NATHANIEL GUBBINS h< i v Book lor m wlvr* are on holiday. By N. GUBBINS So far as I ahi aware no cooktry nook has ever lieen written for %  MBS whn live alone, or chaps whose wive, are away on holiday iM, li.iw-n.-lt ..nt will now he satisfied l>> Uncle Nat s Cook Book written by that distinguished g< urmt-t whose idcnUty Is someUmes thinly disguised under the v \ iw \ tL %  K pMudoii.vit. ol Mai Manger. AL&AGfcS llt-i. ..n IOOM extracts from the AND MAS II book, to be published shortly by Burp and Hiccup at IBs., or whatlever wcan gel for It: — blind* fat. of boiling Sausages; mashed When ttMrg i •' Mii.ll of burnI hot in anyone who will eat II, to any .-t.irvmg dog, OS throw out of lbs window. Ami Stop utinu that dtsyiiiitny lanyuuyi' Paws AcrSSn The Sea A lcti-r (roan Manhattan Mouser, American lottgn %  ••. to his English sw M Lottie. S \ KIIINKS O N TOAST la: Sarrtln Method: toast. /nyrrdienr ^Method: If there are no cold '"J* Sugar I'uss. 1.1aer, peel some, y\ M > hello from New York i hcm and to Ihiink you for your bosplThe best way to boil potatoes '*!"> %  last time 1 was in youl is to put them In a saucepan, home town. cover them with cold water, udd The more I travel, the more I m a lit of bte d %  . l*it the HUcapsfl over a ,hl "* ot England as my second under th< grill. Light gas over i,nhU-l c.s-i in* mid wait for the home and Uumora t understand Jibs'k "' s-rdinei nd Sr e hard or Eor one thin* they say the chow slinks, but shjll I ever fOrgSt Lhs jellied leg of rabbit and Ik you handed me in your kitchen when Ih* I out for tha availing? No. sister. I • certainly While the water is coming to For another, ttuy B yo the boil, take two alleged pork English are stilt necked and lausage* (or six if you're a glutton snooty, if taking a "iiy for a walk them on the beach with the harvSBl supmoon shining on the sea, and no wrench tht opener out of the tabl< and have another go II you >tr th,,ni bursting, but holds barred. Is stiff-necked and I* &2* STJL SiiftJ J£ Udossnl. .nooty. you can call me the Sultan Put the sausages in a frying-pan > Zanzibar, over another gas ring. As the a a a modern sausage, though full of bread, sova beans, dried milk. %  paper, string, and small rubber All the same, Honey Cat, I bands, has little 1st in It. add a BlUSt say my eyes popped when lump of margarine the size of a " w h " difference in your chuswelnut—or two walnuts If you're f* a "re U try again, and Hop using lho.1 disl/ushtry language. By now *our toast Is In ii.uNi-s. so cut another slice of bread, put It under the %  rill, and return to your lln. Unless you were born undi_. evil star your next Jab should '>nd of hit the tin somewhere bStWaiD the middle and the edge If ">, saw away until you come to tha corner. As you won't be able to aasjotiata the corner because you are loo far from the edge, turn tiii iin round and start on the other side. And slov using that disuniting lanunaoc. the stuff. t time It was tho swellest litl chassis in the English speaking world. Now I would say it Is Just gm 11 In the way you US lbs an nd, Over here, in America, we SWartl i dame higher points for her chat .nyihrni'. Includinu brain: which don't count much on Bnad\w As the sausage* will bunl almowt at once, you will soon have a stssllni; mem of bread. soya beans. dried milk, paper, slrlna. small ruhher band*, and utiugr skbsa. Now take potatoes off the gas, strain, out on a plutC, and start ^nc has any. ATtK k^'aarfSC* of the tin m.shing^wilh a fork K thepotaMy ex-girl friend. Pep Puss iT 1 ... Z ill ,Z~ \,uXZ Li if>e ore all the same ilze or It "d Cutie Cat never had brnliui Soi. 'nLn'fakirs JSp'S'tum fSJ%URA!StA ?e5 for anvthing .xept horning In on t over andI aUrt on the unpuncthe big ones in half, this will be a free meal, but each had a chassis lured surfactT ">". because thev will all be that would give a guy a kfl Oil will pour over the table; cooked evenly. If not. the hard, ture high enough to bust a thethe tin will be difficult to hold underdone bits will fly off In all •* on the slippery wood, your aeeond directions, piece of toast will be in flames. If you pre-ia hard enoush with your fork you will break the plate and never hear the last of It %  tcr. Then they dipped their noses loo often into the ash cans for fried chicken leftovers, put oi weight, and that's why they'r So, lav off the hog's helpings n ullied rabbit and Jersey milk, Add to the potatoes left on the Sugar Puss, if you don't want to •tick" H, prick it. kick it. stamp on plate a little milk and a lump ot be ex-Sugar PuJS, "W OBy^Cat, it jump on u. and sling It out of margarine the size of a walnut and Ix-Engllsh sweetheart of the window. 'or the size of a coconut for all yours truly A-id ifop mintf thai disgust1 care), mash well, sling Into the iiui language pan and duck before you are Cut another slice •! bread, put It under the grill, ontl return lo jour tin. Jab it, stab it. slash it, bash it. Manhattan Mouser. LONDON EXPRESS SERVICE. Sentiment Versus Reason The great evil of political parties Is their need for something lo oppose. Inevitably, party politics provoke social tensions.^ In large countries wltli the heat of poll Is somewhat dissipated by the presence in almost all parties of auced to — — -J ........... I.. ... ilvllir **C1 large electorates. Barbados because parliamentary the House lost o..o of its most eo Kilitlral cmtioversy government must necessarily lose Jurful personalities. Hut v.n looted hv the force and viguor when it Is reabout aducatlon I asked him? guor ^... ..routine meeting of You tell me that it s no Rood who can express any appealing to reason and that only in almost any subject untha demagogue has a chance to sun but whose opinions get the votes. Can you tell DM count for little since the voles of thci asked, why Bailwuio ... „ •-UUIII 1111 Olid" '"III >IIV .wns w. -• --are U. bo found "M^e|hc Mli(jnr| „„ on M maJor 5l>l .nds more per head of popuU| ol all the social classes ,_„, ,..„, fur hl „., nd women from similar v/sJks ID life. In the Britiih Labour Purty. fi Instance. :-< %  -"' r % %  %  % %  :• %  • %  '" T >>: '-* 1 31 ilssea ,,-,„!., ;..:',, f ; %  ;,. %  ). v::I iv In pcw;r ticn on cdu:ai:i: ih-. i %  %  :: %  .1^nf OrSSl llriUun and Ihe posses*-^he party in power has no need territory in the Hrlti*h Cnnhh an. ion of great wealth has never been „ f nnv votes from ol her than their ti only the demagogue can win a bar to Labour Party memberown members except on occasions ,h e people's votes? Why not take ship. when the party rebels decide to this money and spend it on houses In a colonial society such as vo tc independently or something like tha Barbados, other conditlona preThe question to be asked then ~n thought, t think w.i> Dsm vail. Barbados' parliamentary govis what can be done to ensure the to him. sugsjaol which began with the working of party government in right* of Englishmen to govern the House of Assembly? lliemselvc*, wa* suddenly compll^..There can on y be one answer UKl attar 1833 and re-modelled Find a political party which — lo ellow for the rights of aU capt other Hrabadians to a voice In gj|hb ]ouks runiung their affldlrs. This rei l modelling has been streamlined m (lerlak(1 [,„ th( e(TarJs which u rSCSnt years and was Mouftt invo i vort ln prmlucing a poUtical right up to daUonly last year rlv ca Vl „ie of obtaining a I when all adults (except those ho mn j or ii y „, the next elections refused) were registered as y/hy? voters. "May be" he smiled "there's something wrong with the education"; adding as fen alter thOUfhl ------",. th.. .. P t nter"perhaps after a long time the power at the next eleet j-v £ (1(luc||lion wiu ,„, wt Meanwhile I said: how about Is who are already eduWould they gtvs IU then vote?" "The\'re gfi |M "Once the Iocs] schoolmaster was a power in the hind. To-day he UksS t" be careful. If he stays out The atimincant result of the first A few days ago T tried to get rf polities he feels safer somehow: -nswer from an ex-poliliclan St fen] rate bs i* less afraid of rejected al the having his fowls tftoten or hu elections under adult suffrage was an the liquidation or. more accurate* h . ,,, 1 ,n Jritish cabCffSL^S^^^:^^ 'ast e.ecuo,.s h.,-aisr in hi. own bieyde pur b „ ~ an A f V I! i.i. ,i VJ.r-J ^iVv!i w,-.,.-! ''r trattiuonsil nouses . gnrf i w!iticians take themselves very seriously because the people take them seriously Politics is bread and butter and nobody I itighs at the means of livelihood. Lest tha historian of the future should regard this iiiw-rnictalion as being somewhat fanciful and unsupported by the evidence f the orthodox, he is to be requested in polltt terms to consult page 119, Vol. XIX. No. 3 of the Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society. There he will read how Bushe time was alwayi fated to die, because it b:ul a rival. In the words of a venerable headmaster of Harrison College: "We were lad when th. 1 Bushe experiment ceased, and we want back to ordinary time, or as the waits termed it. 'Fowl Cock Time.' If Om, were w.g, in politics. Burfie | fsftJSJE ^J'^Ti tun, i' J i,V ,\. ucm<.iwuit ou >ant them to rs. In cn.c you think that m>that ltarbado. for hlstaricol and yoX( ,„f f„ u Makr promisr. and "-politician Irlond WM rrjnlRl othor rea,v, ni waj .heady divid. I ,„„,„ ,„„„„ v< „. ,f ,J~,~ on the BMW AssoelaUon platMANTLtS 3U0 and 500 Cajidlepower GASOLIM: IRONS GENIRATOBS I II I I II romnu SPIHIT CANS III HRK AM LANTIKNS AND GLOBES C. S. PITOIIER & CO. P". 4*72 -. /,^t.v,^v,%^^^ov///.v/v/AV/,v//V//w;v//VA^ %  HUH' tuu. Hilt ilttprdl to thsn was good for political reiSon ? N„ form ticket let me hn!ttei\ to bv luMlth f.iui; >,in that he is a loyal supYet, despite its fundamental opTim hit me hard iiecause 1 haa portai of Mr. Grantlcy Adams %  > % %  i pwaoo lo party government, the always nuSntained in private con"do 'n't know what would haufsitln i Association did produvf mrsalion that if you could conpen t,. Barbados if Mr. Adams a sufficient number ot c.tndui it. vines psopll tit Harbados that you went". to have secured a mainritv in 'h'' Wt r '" genuinely interested in their Somebody hSf got to form u 11..use of Ass-mblv at the last etiar' and were trying to help political party which will content ., rt0M .M..e'.V ton had £ 4? *• W -"' l! *" %  n xt tl ^' ons wilh a """ ported them. %  ectlr/i inn*. Mv views able chanre of winning, but if ere theoretical. ex-poUlirian (rlend 15 right ami But the ejectors ior tne most TfM ^ 1 on wlshfu i thinking, what r only demagogues can do the trick part ga.-e their support to tha wou ui like to believe about mj what a grey prospect lies ahead. Barbados Labour Party and in fellow Barbadians. a irr tnara people are such a way that no effective opM> friend's views—the expoliIrftklng to federation to save ii* position exists in Barbados House Uclan who must be nameless in so from the demagogues mj ol Assembly today. 1 inall an Island—were based on fcrcsecs. Our ICeaili-rs S;i> : Yulcnvp Gsafa the privilege of A slight at ance with Mr. Oal.* blOWledM I of the grown into such a flourishing and paper. ALo thai %  influential organ. (Will these i evat stTot for thi press # biographical articles, i%  |, for the Advocate of Blsh-ip be brought together in a small Sv. ut to be 0.1k whon completad"! I think I have mentioned before doe. a year or two liter ... that I was station, d in Barbad. lea And that has had a verv lonn innings, lvlvld description of Mr Valence in 18W.' as the Junior minister at Kingston Ward of Georgetown Lnd the founding ot the James Street Church and assoWirh thank* for space. Advocate newspaper, which has ciate congregations, and so had FRANCIS GODSON. been swept out bt :. small space to a vcr As II ,s. „ may remajfl a S long as "bush£JS' tSUfS^Hi fry lorm inninns. 1 vivid %  -ii!I "oint" strong. Bedsteads ;;; t i Springs Mattresses Da Costa & Co., Ltd.



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PACE TEV SUNDAY ADV(K \Tr -I M>\\ MI'Ir.MBER 14, 1MI "VIEWS OF BARBADOS" ton at In* •..mlliar owing to .1 earls drawn bj n TheoftuMM of ngurv have sreally altered. Time haorted as a fMM which has reject,! ,i".l praaar* %  Sard arti*ne of Cart of a shit 1 .in unfair :i veil know %  %  %  H jnd 'hoi are separated hv road* and treeThis has the %  • %  %  %  1 re and the rlslnr i-.:: Carlisle Bay apK rounded by lov lls. View* liicrtiie the mid 19th century onthe Island ar. more MllMroua -his was to be cxS l IJV W S wish tii ii he had f the id n ih alter th 4*31 ihov the des.>REAPINQ CANES by 8 W Poyar. Lcnl bu Mrs. A. L. Goddorrf vhich necessitate*! on the %  r n iles thii 1 / I fa) "Race: n the Savannah"; horee drawn .chicles take the place of grand 'ands and are drawn up alongside he rails. Racegoers are better tressed then than now, men In top hats and stove-pipe trousers. I.fiic rustling in taffetas and A military band in red coats whiles away the wait I Hweeo the races and there are i la I nearby marquee. Then the scene or (he Savannah changes again to a match race between "HighIddan by John Poyer and "Lady of the Loon" with Majm Miiclntrnh. an officer of the Garrison, In the saddle. "Lady of the Loon'. however, lacked the speed of "Htahlander" on this June afternoon of 1847. The background of this painting showing %  tie Savannah Is particularly Interesting. To this period also belongs th work of W. H VMsngfl B D who Is represented by two watercolours One of a Review of troops in red coats on the Savannah—the original of E. Walker' lithograph it very satisfying picture for the grouping is beautifully arranged Also by Dr Freeman is a view of Hall Gul] reminds us ho*. island must one* have looked l'n known known ome of the arttati reapot %  probably tourists with more leisure than those who travel todnv on luxury cruises or by air lines lv tourist* pilnted the '1 scenes to .i friends at hOflM toi •his was before the popularity of •he Kodak OfM of ihi I iy j it Kldd. pathtad in 1842, Is not only fresh in colour but remarkably -"lodern. for tne scene has changed little since that date. Washer A omen Becelct Spring is a scene unfamiliar to us. When nearly a century ago W. Carpenter paint td this picture it was a scene of 1 I ity Beetle* Spring rose io the surface between "Bay ManIon" and "Bay Cottage" and ran down to the tea between the sltev of the Ice Factory and Gas Company, where a benevolent Public Works Department has recentlv otiened a window. The spring has disappeared and so have the picturesque garbs of washerwomen so* them in gay ban<'.inus, their skirts hitched up neWly so the knee so that the**' garment* begnn In an enormoi,. %  II around the wait! like an tnflatad motor tyre This garb has not long disappeared for we catch a glimpse of It again In S W Pjny r's charming painting of "Washerwomen at the Hole It %  much to be regretted that this beautiful, gay and distinctive head-tie has been replaced hv British or American hats of cheap / //I VE IN STOCK . TEKK\ZZO Marble Chips t i I KM I I Marblr linKhrd SheetTRIVID4U Cedar Boards ill MINIUM Corruaated Sheets Ml MIA II M <.uttering — 18", 84" G.\LV\NlSr:i < orruiated Sheets ". \i:m It WIKI. T HERBERT LTD ROEBUCK ST. aatd MAGAZINE LA.Nh Ini rpi raaBl 'WASHERWOMAN BECCLES 8PRINU" by W. Carpenter, 1859. Lent by BOB, Mrs. J. D Chandler Ville. and is a panoramic view of the town heightened by a l.rilli..r,' Mcndum n Net" reveals Poyer's ability as a portrait p.unter. m Hotaon'g prospect of "Codrtngton College" shows the ^if the Victorian amateur, aa does ilw the painting of Hastings House by an unknown hand. Howen's work lacks the many of hi! scenes are little more than oid it Is in hi* seascapes n uM |i-ok for hi* finest ..'oi k in i.ipturing the movement it of both sea and sky -*i x I! ... I % % %  arorfc "Cotton 'r i has now disappeared. A beautiful water colour of a "Flamboyant at Bishop's Court" by Maude A Law makes one wish that this artist had concentrated more on the local scene. She By and on a grand scale which is seldmi. found among watercolour artists today Smaller paintings reveal that Miss Law was also capable of compressing w without loss of colour, htr "Perfecf Day" is a beautflully balanced composition A remarkably magniflcen' patchwork quilt of about I860 habeen loaned for this exhibition by Mr. Jack Warmlngton. nnd it i ptnet nmi 1 s,,rn Ur It is unique not onl> Wed but the skill in which strip* have been employed to obtain delicatelv •hnrtr*' contrasts. The exhibition ends on 26th September. aste S. VT. Poyer RACES ON THE SAVANNAH" by W. 8. HedgeLent bg Hon. J. D. Chandler Of the more modern painters bj far the beat represented Is v W Poyer. His contemporaries Ernest Bowvn and Felix Haynes g* not so given to painting the %  ical arena for both essayed the leld of portraiture which finds DO .lace in this exhibition. Poyer n Impressionist, and In many : nil tictures he has employ td •he potnttllist technique of applyng small dabs of colour. This node of painting Is particularly < saful in his large canvas of mrl I'nimi and "Reaping Canes", of the latter picture there I an Interesting water colour sketch Poyer had. evidently, n lOVfl for the w..v tn| uTOOd of the coconut, which he often delicts sometimes with the delicacy ,\ ., Chines* scrol.-painting. HI %  Viow from the Pine Hill' 1 l< i..unted before the advent of Belle CODRINOTON COLLEOE by Sir Eyare HnUon Lent by Harold Connell, Ksq. %  g4 thflt lonjt Dt universities "I %  %  %  A,i we d ;.l-iu pas! I wen m. b leoggg. lr. th-.. .. %  "' % %  > % %  •• %  N in LoiiIMd io some %  IDC BiagM . %  nth CSBV %  %  %  1 i% % %  ....-,i FboaM ad he be> %  ( the itoy.it town rc>iro 'he I. Ion aii'l tnt era in %  %  %  .: iiuloiiun-tely tho iyod the Roya'. lotl IB" pnrl < ." %  %  onw 1 Bel • n. Uie City %  only sur... : ith -iir Thonn lh2V that : fully made. ( Tons of tin i ; A %  %  • ted in . '.. I : ..... .. I lion atom %  %  i ,i .. %  i id. in IS3 JI Chatham IV, u i teai l.i--i •• %  THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON %  Ivetalty %  ' i>ody .-.! %  >. dm't tn tr deereos. .-ete for %  I I'HIUU:-. and prizes on equal icrms. So at a time when lo U ok that wonian'n icti^lties were conflnad to their na were already emcrgiBf into public life. nOuU remember that un.ike Oxford and Cambridge th. ..> of Loiiuuti .a a leueiMb ii hi adueiUOPaJ bodies, each wofklBi todepaxidanUy, yet under the oi.o main authority wiii?h i h university itself. In this ouiitne ol the subject a ts Impossible. to gi\e in detad the name-MM of all these 'bodei' or 'schools'—there are thirty-six in include twelve medical schools or tuUaayjl, and such wvllknown places of learning as University and King's College. Hall* Bedford CoswSM fo arOOV n. Itnpvr'ul ( o tt a B *, and um London School of Economics. The supreme governing body of the on.vets.Iy || tb Senate, consisting of the Chancellor, Viet... '.l-.e |] %  ...I. nf I %  iciprti .,nd others; and Senate House, which is the fltoi i adnihualration and finance, is one of the most I gnlBcenl modern buildln(s u> \wen In London. It stands In i in immense strucI Portland stone, designed by the architect Charles llohlcn. ;i-t:me Hufltnl ii the university naturally fortu %  n. bUl II ' .mi %  %  1. if well over 18.000. Of these, b*1,000 and 3.000 students n < onimonwealth aiifl foreign countries an,l as seventy countries in other words a %  world-coverage.' Among all the countries rcpreih" f'e-ter nuinben at the present time come from India i Pakistan, from Amer ca On moat cases to the London Scln of Economics). from Bunt Australia. Canada, and N< Unlike Oxford and Camthe University of London is a federation of i.lucatioTial bodie*. but to the flouting population of 18.000 full-time studenl< from home Did "verses who attend Its var'ous 'schools' It is ode '>( stimulating places in the world. By JAM.ES lANGHAM All academic subject.-, re DOVirad, the standard for BntUah l*emg a high OBB, but tnany students from abroad appear" to have a special wish to learn political science, economic i edicine. and engineering of all inds. The average age oi inese younn men mil women on arrival from overseas is twenty or twenty-one in aenei.ii term they, Hk, lUdOBte, must have passed nn ei. ranee examination of matrtcul.iUon %  tandard. The aver in length if the course Is three years, but in .ome subjects %  longer course is needed—particularly In medicine. tchich takes six years. The normal method of .ipplii,'tion to altend | %  gbOOl I BW -. is through thI Si Office or Foreign Office *Bd h Ministei of Fxlucation of the counrnid. Put thi %  raj .i which bi me or UM nut nfll i u \\ by the itudeoti Ihagnaclye but by those responsible M BMBI %  utitry. %  %  |il arrive In LM %  %  ', %  V I .|iiired of him—and alm> Theie was a iee.:l case, by no means rare, of a young African rron the Wait coast who *t"v>c (rufl %  steaatu 11 rod |n London, antereti lh 1 offices of the university's A %  o Overseas Students, and BaM > h,ive ambition.' He also ft %  shillings only in his pocket. What was to be done with him'' This Is a frequent problem f'>r hard-working and conscientious nd helpers of 'stray' >i i [vail In London ft cannot IKloa Wrongly emphnsistd thai < em should conic from oversea-. i.nless he has been gu.n place In the university, and ha.idequate fun I University of London can convratulatc itself on the overwhelmm| 'u.Ita Th' I students from abroad have the coun,problenu of living and working in %  furelan Wnd. The majhgity are Inton ltd aa I happs acquiring useful Ideas and knowut our world, and making frlOBdahlp that last. Ai have asti nlshlng records of success during Ui<* period they have deirntoj There Is mr instance. th true story of the Sikh from I>ar Es Salaam, who after rarest] * %  ? %  U n clerk tried for and won n law degree. Tho problem of loneliness can be and frequently is lessened by the cctlon taken by many 1!: studi nts in London. Often BMy m %  .i of a student from Africa nr India or etsi'where who I to arrive m London on a certain ) They Will write to him to r'nd out whether he ha.s mad. anj If not. they will find in accommodation, meet him on rh chaperon him. glvo him I .ntroductlons, and do their be*t t< | iiakBe him feel 'at home.' I'll % % % %  is in London a certain [ %  -U.b called Stuslenl Movement | lodBO .vhich started in the flrst world war and I I la* OUdU amcius by Mary Trevelyan, the i/reaent Advfewr to overseas i students. The club is not of!i. tally linked with London I versltv but it has some rolee memben off in iinm an over the irorid gnd a todtnts. One ..it a much large scale wl I by thuniversity itself when a suitable London site ha* U>en chosen. Within its walls %  n and women of ull ill be able to meet and spend their leisure hours as they do to-day, on a smaller scale. In j Student Movement House. Hut the main impression loft upon any observer who goes a little way off the beaten track to look at another side of life lo that the University of London. although by no means the oldest of our universities, is one of y. most stimulating in th# world. LOVMS L. BAYLEY AND DO YOUR SHOPPING AND SAVE TIME. Srr Ol K M B s( | HCTION OF EAKKINGS FOB PIERCED EARS JUST OPENED among whici; i. t i lind YOUR Birthslone. AUo BOOT EARRINfiS with Gold Wires, ideal for I'vervdav wear. Ihm't mlrJ thh opportunity. Come anil get good \alnr for your moitty, HI tinStore where you can be sure ol the Hest Quality. LOUIS L. 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SUNDAY. SKPTKMBKR 14. 152 8UNDA. UiVnCATF. FAC.l I I.I \ I N THE QUEEN AND HER CONSORT HE IS W MOff PI PPM— Wit \l \! H I nl ID §g (By ijiu.i i; rULFOBO) Historian arid auihontu on Court affairs. %  YOU will bo making .. gnat sacriAce". These were the words used by a famous Quern of England, shortly before her marriage. to her husShe meant that it was a sacrifice because no man likes to depend on his wife for his carver. Even la lhM enlightened day*, husbands have been heard to grumble if (bay ere laft to mind lite babv or wallow in the M!ik so that the wife can shine In her profession. This will nut. of course, be the fate of Prince Philip, but it is rliKt to emphasise that his life's work is that of an auxiliary to hi* wife However much he may be the controlling partner in the private, domestic circle of the Queen, his authority is subordinated to hers the moment they pass into public. inewucen will naturally, feel that this H wrong and Incongruous, and this is why buffered hardships not dissimilar female sovereigns in the p;.st h..w rn m ihose endured by hapless sought to hide this „f Europeans during the fact by showering thi-i IK-.KICX. with honours and dlgnltlc Tk-4* 1V...I. elevating them to the title u[ —,,„ n \* r .J* _, „ Kinsorprlnce Ponsi-rt "' : ,*' v !" h,m ,hp opportunity S^aSjir^ rssSE! nor husband wiih no rucr, misty „„. BrIUUi MoaenS ,„ i,, halo In icb mailers >imi>liril> loucb with Continental fcellna Is always owl. and true dUUnc„,... possible durins tlon Is surely to be found in the recent ream unadorned title of The Prince or Thet Prince Philip has a mind The Duke. to do Mi own e/u Both the Queen and The Duke %  •*> b U"J trouble he took of Edinburgh have lieen earn"'"' "'' •Pecch to the British wared od nauseam with Quo. "" Me worried Victoria and Prince Albert. But 2". "" own ."I*?"' w"">i on when precedents of what Queen '' ",, m '" n ? ,, ? ' %  *" J> c is-. !" !.. zsxsgast £c/C! rsc^avs £.,. .2 J^J"" '" T %  • the Queen alone, centenaries and htetorieal perilbut in the Urfu buslncu of re'e'* entUal this rountry and the Albert may be recalled. He laid HI. ml. fat rust <.i.t with ht d j^v^rv,r ie ) ,: tm r """ ':''' <" %  - :;: r ouiiV)'*!!* govern the life of the consort of BS a mere puppet of the Queen, ft queen; -Aim at no power for without descending into the luab yourself. Assume im separata i asturss *>f flattery. -our wife." ,„ of action who is In The present Queii.'s father and no anally alert and grundfalhtr. owing to tintwo IntaUlffnt wars, were more cut off front "I would not havs> hlg job," unis Europe than any of OU I anol %  ifuloir•!> SLUGS and SNAILS WITH METALDEHYDE METALDEIIVDE hag .1 • SLUGS and SNAILS Mixed with bran or other matenal palatable to Slugs in proportion*! >' %  ittractl from a distance and destroys them. METALDF.IIYDt I illy applied and UM U as tr uc tl ocM dalivarad with supplies muit be strictly apjorcad. THE Medical Superintendent I said that was good >..iged and'would I mind Co von do during the dav waiting a few minutes. The quiet ed him voiced Matron offered me a chair and I oat down in an office where "Well." he MtW, the atmosphere was not obviously itorwho raw i| f>r yourself — soma," I a>kthing to earn a penny? Wll Dow, th.way I look at it I inething You've got ime in the paper* and not 1 net* a far as %  —but -. 1 geatsj -Mtn vary often, though And l n li tax kg*. And alpatienta and Nicknes* and ward* But I taut do nm.h ..: Upad and a telecause of mv eyes I'm seventy-o •; %  v,j u and phone rang softly, while far away two y'kno*^"• you think back on all the tlmea down a corridor a white coated ve been in and out and in nurse ghosted by From a nearby asked Sergeant what h ,, %  ..,-, A , Ihaj peat two n—r fatal window 1 looked down into a long thought about. Just lying there M I think vmlrr room where people were lying on his bed "Davs at se.. ful and loM let beds. There wenmany beds — when I was Clifford Sergeant RM. anyon, till voti different And I and people. That was in 1907 w! „ irJ( tain's cook aboard If Ms sOutside the sun idione brightly 1 have R N behind b* name hut only anarad rays of It came y-know He looked at me and 1 nto the room where I waited for said that was okay and 1 would permission to talk to one or two remember to write It that wav af the inmates of this gaunt, grey Clifford Sergeant. R.N. building where the woik of heal•ng goes on endlessly day and "Aye, these were the davs," and night. the old eyes lit up "1 was a cook d waiter ashore, too for a while 1 you told read tttti would. -uity ssi,ii i*Miif|i. *i>i, **>r rl ntMii Yae, the supe.iniendent thought Tfl€n back ,<, Mlt wlth hp iUt ,, th se^rru.ire-* and di jrbe this ught hav -1 longing n l Btsck Rook' .** tin i not from Miss May gg patient. My • 1none too good—I'm -ixt' \ you k&a> imt it'll get 1 crow stronger. I'm a i.iker bytrade. in ward three une — New York, Bran v. %  thing to say. And it.dies. But the war stoppd it in Then wasn't there a jau and 1 didn't go to sea again. Miss Marshall in ward nine? The Ay9t xhcx wf rkd at each other. I'm writing this. It's for Gladrp parem from the closely printed I dont," he reStone laeacock who. in his fort> ,, x ; v Marshall liked The May To Make Dollars %  Southamploik With an aMaaagej foe all Britain. I Arch K Martin, who tlm • %  ItVt too with a British n I.. % %  : J.nr, I 1 xpctl.se .is %  1 r %  %  -1 ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial %  agaj 1 f, that come I ul Pd like to sev my She's in the Stales. tpd we haven't seen each .•in for ovag forty ftm 1 net g letter usually *t Christmas. weight that's holding me bwek. If 1 could jnst put Bfl ueiKht I'd soon be home again." -w.-ii. fou*r 1 youn| i<'King da I laid t> Mi" Maishatl 1 i plekagl up .1 l**>k lying on the DM This has an Very Prevent H.lp "Yei "No. recko: piled slowly. so years, ha In in ii)t. I guess i't seen his name nody. matter that conUlnad I asked him how long he had been In hospital and he told me You'll remember, Gladstone, we -Anvwav she s.ml "if .uu're twelve weeks "I'll be glad to be sort of figured things out togethe. ,,'„„. .nythini >n the paper I out—the doctor says Vm doing and you told me what was on your ^ IU u nomu ,„ read It. A Mind you. we get Uie Advocate I'd rather 1Qne and 111 be out soon." nlnd and how you'd like to do For *upplle* anil all information appl) • PLANTATIONS LIMITED. WHAT are the ihoMghn of the Sovereign on Coronation Day An rxtracf from rh 1911 diary 0/ King (jcorge V, In a book publithcd today,* gia** an aniteer MiHich ii a ; %  "( 0/ hiuoty—and, posiibly, an .Hsighi into (he mind of Quten tlii.ir.erh on her C'oronulion l)a* nesi ear. MAY AND I LEFT B.P. AT10.30... most beautiful but it • a lemble ordeal It was grand, yet simple and most dignified and nent nh out a hitch I nearly broke down a hen dear David iroti Da*' ot Wtndior' cam. honiAite to me. as II reminded me so much when I did the same inlng 10 beloved Papa radio it so well. Darling Mav looked lovely, and it was indeed a comfort to me to have her by my side as she has been ever to me durimt these last II years On the balcony We left Westminster Abbey at 215 >hnung arrived inert* before 11 • with our crowns on and sceptres in our hands On iitv-hing B.P. Just befon3. Mav and I wenout on the Dalconv 10 show oursi'he-, to the people. Had some lunch with our gueats hmv Worked all the afternoon with Uigur '"u pritnlr leerefarn. later Lord Sta nturdhami i. i others answering telernia and letters Out Kuesu. dined with us at H.3D May and I showed ourselves aga n to the people Wrote and read Ha'her tired Bed at 1141 How the Red Dean ...A terrible ordeal' By GEORGE SCOTT K ING OEOROE V headed the entry in hU diary "Thursday. June 22. Our Coronation Day, Buckingham Palace." He wrote :• Today was indeed a great and int-morable day in our lives and one we can never forget, but it brought back to m* many sad of ago \i hen the beloved Parents were crowned. May and I left B P. in the Coronation coach at 10.30 with eight cream-coloured horse v TTere were over 50000 troops lining the streets under ihe command of I.ord Kitchener. Inrre were hundreds of the .tobey—" ordeal thousands of people who gave us a magnificent reception Tin•ervteo in Ihe Abbev was became a dean \\* HU first set the Ked Dean ol ** Canterbury. Dr. Hawk Johnson on tne road to tt.gh office :n the Church ? Mr. Ramsay Mac Donald ns. usua;;y been given the response b.lty. He waa I'r lue M.nawer in lV2i when Dr. JOBj) after 16 vears at a Che!i : %  vicar — was made Dean <*' Manchester. He was PntniMinister, too in 1931 when I)r Johii>on was appointed Dean of Canterbury. But the new booa about K.Pii Oejrge V gives ihe nann-s el others who had a hand in that 1934 appo mmept. Lord Stamfordhani the KlMl private arcr-tary wrote lo Mr. MacDonald and 10 the Annbishop of Canterbury. Dr Kanda.l Davidson giving a list of possible auccesson to the previous dean Wholly suitable' Lord Slamlordhain told the archbishop the Prnn : 11 rhla "< % %  -. Maruti 1 %  %  a %  mall alteration, with 1 em \* ho .•! %  deliahtod ^ it hia He will also lell Ihea i< %  Amencanlae" the %  %  nx n irtwtand •( "aflui %  ti nguri 1 .1 .1 %  Hi-i.u• %  ', habi %  %  -•.1 n %  came undei Mi icrutui 11 ad' >i I lie go| -I'"-i 1 %  Washington rum and 1 1 cases from He* Vora: 1 II the qua el Is al %  '. .1 % %  ; %  %  !. Ih "Make i I-IIIho iwM iiiniii. COUGHS A NO COLDS THERE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE IN THE AMAZING £jj$f>hufjBOTUEb -Weil II ivouldnl aurprtas n* if yo| .' %  i t.-Oti-.i at hsc wiry U*d hoi to sa>, %  11 ract, 1 think ni gel glonjj right now!' Not quite yet, Miss Marshall, hot \i-i %  ->n, I'm %  lire. And 1 hopa U is iii be your fourth and) (; Uli ,,| S rnarchini last visit 11s a hospital patient j win %  n i'.it I1..1111 1 .,-1 opll 11 membei %  and %  % %  11.in rntnd .1 You rt.nit notiiet point? if onl) t:.i tyi, %  ... 1 pi.-ii ids I am %  •aid them ai Ihsjir own Thoj %  re red hot Its "u! into the sun und %  K .it live gaunt mast of MUMII reclining In ihadn; dsteptivi quiet; its lab v..oils ambraetaifl manifold ailments; it* intdleal .. %  ui %  lall inipsiiting new bawslMi an 1 DOW hoj*' and cotnfurt. It i~ "ill th,t an bar. 1 the ".spdlprul %  honk* an I l*4iii. 1 %  mlii %  %  Lome! M ill iiir ii B ln smouni %  1IMMHI.II, • in and rV Ash to ktedM %  FIRST AGAIN! I \| INS -'I dour H.-...1 II". :i/." Litre Clau MMIIIM ilrivlni: NASH IIK.VI I \ SIMON I I IIKAKI l/l'i l.ilr, < hiFirel. BECQUART ,lri\inu JOWITT K4/I l.ilr.CltM, Firm. V.il.l.NZWl ilrivinu l.\MI\ Srci.nil ll(l\l II. I VNCIA ill\ I .lil.) GRAN PRIX 01 I I Kiil-I .,,., Ill I i.llM I irsl. \( MCI drivllll II III! 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IWt.l 1WII.VK SUNDAY ADVOCATE si Mill -| I'll \lllll: II ! %  • %  ; MR. E. M. FOKSTKIi l H lil mi* \Rt> MORGA doxical position oi wto$€ last novel appear*-.! nearly thirl *.vas nig emainThis curiou : %  %  df titi %  ,inrt often extreme!'. 1 inong tin 1 IM, IHl'J ). %  i il cultured %  B School uix! ul King i Cot 1 rn histor. T> i Wwn the opt talion of the Public Sot. the intellectual fred.>ii University lorn.' nf a series of antitheses win.-were to I* the 'LtitmoO I 11 Tor Cambridge wv. Torrter a shliiitiK Vision of p Ul in contrail .•• %  July" v. • i mnbol '"I %  > truth and %  tA li'' -l"ii.sl. we IIUKI.I >... Hi* early stone;. reflect the iiest hc-tic classicism of 'he DOnai I i-m *te >**• in Modi fauns and dryad* nuiki freo,.n ances Thi, awarenea* a, -. upvr natural foreshadow Leal element of later work, whare people things arc liable to aaume a mm IxUir Quality iium-randm., tneii natural existence Already m these stories on* bs*ic 11'.i i Bis lifatruth, nature, gaiety nnd youth, against imtaaiaTy. convention pomposity nnd shsm. to*?" !" ?* This West Indian Culture—7 By As BVfSflMSM *'" HATr.rr,,rt„ 18 I n,,..,., P Kallo,„ : ~£; %  "> MnnsMhlu that expresses our -.racier hardb and tamper); aooiethlni; T Mat alTtsctl West tndianj personcouldn't say tlii* of rt that they can think ery own ^VWH." Failing to And ft typical f..rm of art^we ar.' %  By IAN GALfc the old (*rma. but bandied with a different to We can't be unary i reatttn*. artiau bee ..use th* y LUM palal It is perfectly suited 10 satuIlka all other Rgej I the current SOUK: our novelists bnau^ OR g very pungent tn.%  d *u liuiunu boat oparatui %  %  % %  I %  %  I %  %  %  J %  %  %  UWj mi. larity would soon rjvaj thjt .. .,i Uiliiu reaUattcally d Ihng Crosby. That, no doubt, ... tm %  • why the persona) s..i.. eii Ip L-.iit.i'd. The calypso ID the hA<: R •* %  of skilled h.indlc their materials .. on.y are shrewd witty and M t9 were born anfl 'avc And of course, they are a very So far. ait has i lived m out islai ., Bpra and ridiilgniAcaaee at ;.ll. il la ilmpl] them. Wc want out nnvc ,%  i ule iu.li %  While. The HMU dltlHiv ol u> r n.n. iM all thrir MoOtri', A a< tea %  • %  • %  %  aHaaaatMsa • I i -,'t-i.n -. BtStl a aaj %  %  rtI '34' %  youu man cbaarv temper %  %  %  %  ... uruia. h I i The BrU novel 'Where Anei-1* fear to Trt'jd' wai 1905 and la aat In Ital I Forster bad a deep but not uncritical admiraMoi Hero the main conflict is between Eii|(lir>li n u> lability und Italian paganism. The Enalish mtdfllr el ass is represented by the Herrltons of Sawrton. doailnecrins mother. bigot* d daughter Hariict, nnd the son rump. j i The widowed daufihter-in-1;i I %  I has fou %  :aUod Oeorav Faneraoii and his uLi .,baarv, l iior.fc ti Ut t %  bam her in , I mwi ant Brudb *. jmulm hrr with -. ki.s "" fligtifsl The linds Lu. SurreN ' I thlp in.inga to t realc hi %  '> %  %  40 Ker flar>> ln| ROrAa U< H \ \. I nUllectual mtob. but Bat v.iiivk. Sibi-ci place in the world howevei %  hile the tin-1 I ..i a) % %  U "ting. ITie Wer*t Indiun And Mi( %  lypM Most noticeable among typ Weat Indian form of Hi I • alypso It really cam* oin( ,ily from Trinidad, but are think <>f il H charactaristic the West Indies as a whole, fo. taO b no i-uncein tot lon •>* CO have hrji-l Apart Iroin tttla it U ;• mp meni of ShMki-stwarean pessiniBMII anil intell.s,iual be! touched up erith aHemetlng brut aljty ami purpoaeleM t.' i \ The only phiiosophical conclu* iv Hie one we and Twei thrr. dmppii II, ...MI .J -K" down in iirfc He if. li. i".. "im a nail %  %  %  ..< itH'ii Heal to admit tin lovi fm ii %  kind nf liinlMi from which she ll only awakened t>v ..Id Mi and the boo U Lucy and %  rim. agair it nora The Ix'ila. always rather ui happi ending is rare work Hero it rei 'luring Italy with a frten pilitual victory-but nnd sends the norri(yint,' r>'-w. tl .' .iion wll) ,fHshe Intends to in-urv On It. .t—at th beat, Phlbp Is dispatened post-haate to i„. W ajpgy, it is only or, of the stop ihe match but nrrive* too many ways in which Love will late and U laughad al for his i tnbllsh 11s kinKdom The husband. Gin<>. t u be a cheerful nnd conventional Indeed, it Is .' % %  I \oung tough: the marriage ll not Forster that people v. ho eajfbkjg. a success: Leila is mlaci il b approval are Invnrlal Ann 11.• diei in giving birth to n who In some degree despise other son The lli'rritnn Nlliajag dni le human being*. Haniet, the Peinthfit the child must be brought to brokes, Cecil, and Inter the Wilthem away from the corrupting enxes nnd ihe Anglo-Indiana all Influence of Us father. Philip, have this, i-aiil.nal view, it is Uu* Harriet nnd Can UlV Lell 'hat F.irslar lays on his coloui original companion, nit foTrenlhi-T darkly, but be is too nn*> an artist therefore ..t Uonuniano, Philip and too mi the existand Caroline are soon convertel vi f good-and-evll by the atmosphere of the pi .tec and exclui\cl> in bla< bf Otno'f unabashed goon humour ell the amp, to i., minted witn and obvious devoUon to the chll Uih RU %  and P" ; Odoo tlwir III to be among the mission Tlii 'tinned. without the half-crazed HarmIt ll Dot tat; t" dvs. rlbe will who kidnaps the child with the any auccrortneea Porat help of Ihe local idiot: the coach novel 'Howards End', which overturns on the way to the etaocared In 1910. One ma) as low as 80* Ul year, the | W hcl.i-.. ,., Bxk nthn teal made to determn ourable tempna' naarli %  I % %  l.i.ldl.idy neji tenant provided thai l 1 1 I inaertj her weekly renl. ail who is all aha snare unrea ••uuti .site knows that houavs -re hard to get. is hardly an ex%  ggwetlnn In Brttteh Outaj i tgff la tance, housing are so terrible |hai the aoveru* moot has to iotervene to protect the lenaut from beuig thrown out of bis lodging MM .11 the other atUndai hnve adopted than he can bear, or from having t with a deep and personal lo\<' Iho stairs or the roof of his house m any aitlftl mi''lrut their ov Thev are composed and sung m removed to convince him th..i inspiration bacaUM it KI Britivh Guiana Dominica. S; he had better come out a^ quicki ,h,i lg < whuli thev aoara latuCbt Lucia and St, Vincent. When" poaatWe. This government .-.re „ ar d „ heraay. r-ver aometblog f inaporlanof jrni. of course, infunaus in.Bu M ^^ do-tn t ^^ h happen* there is certain i ,„. landlords, and we have the tm-iWwl n(lian naUon v some c'ommenl upon il bv the comical siluation of a man un, h i nkw and ilbovr aH nink even a governor, and the toll " %  * reason w.thou g. e frequantK b-nned ul rar| very many months' notice l for this reason Some of Ihe -pending all his rwfrvee rniypeoea are rrKterna-*l aav Inpatience In the meanwh.l. Pirtklitia ii-n Naananar Hut 1 am almost Mfftabn thai hhimself doesn't believe th.* huh pcunls up lo the fact th' %  'literary" men who write hec -, us they en)oy tricking up phrase and verses. don and the child is killed. Philip with l broken arm has bo braaui B r.inn. in an OUtbU I I animal aava| I rarj nearly ktlhl him Hi I| av.d by the Uo I jj arrival of COfOttna who sunn-.iIn reconciling the two men. At Philip and Caroline return In Bawstot wc learn that enrol III Iwo confllclin life, the* inner and Ihe outer %  id their reconciliation that it's about people and %  QOUM in the country that It's about •-elf-knowledge and the supremac of personal relations. The peopl HI *le S<-hlegels. two Margaret and Helen. wh< can workers and the shown that 0' v # ilh %  humidit, %  70 is the i to find thi i howovar Fi" in tano % %  i in summer would be t" tempera lures twivn *n nH 70' nm^^n^ 70 iv nitfht 'it* Barcaton< In Bprinsj Pie,too—Indead Barhavgf pera> On Psa' ir • ii.i. the 1ellc?tr. mostly hy ThT'Tmoc pnastly people who s'lil *' 1 %  iginal sin and who arc i have ivn apeakably shocked when they meal somebody who isnl a purlfni AmenUn But in -pile of Ihe neaaching of thet* moral lf bugs the West Indian Love ,.*o as much as he |ov. cricket: his carefree styl< W playing cricket nnd his carcfr-e •tyle of ooaapoasflg mu %  <"' both haractenstir of him. and tenant who, though absolutei ',! honest and virtuous, cannot earn enough money to buy a house lo himself and lenve his lai with hi' own property. And are can well imagine that th situation would he a thou worse if the tenant had to deal. not with a landlord, but a landlady. Determined und unscrupulous women can certainly be nuisance To have one of these >ver you. with powers to take Results OfJ*itiiiun's Typewriting Exam. around an l by a MotU i .in hnglish girl whom he is conducting round the sinbtre Malabar caveFloOt lent racial feeling are Al the trial the t;iil suddenl.. n iiaclb liei accusation. One Englishman, Fielding, has ; i his bellaC in ihe doctors Uino. m ovi n IM ii 'in provt u friendship between hun and Aziz la uimciiiiinexl by suspicion and inndnig. It cannot nourish ami Whag] tinally LbaW incei again on the neutral ground of THE following candidates wen L* eei (ul al the la-t pitman*! lypawrflinf ExammauOn held al rombermere under the supervision r Mr C B Buck. Fl PS KI.RMENTARY First Class Kthelme EUlolt. Gcrnldinc %  Ml tanaHHIV ,,nl, r.m 0fW1 tha. he c.n ?'*"'J~" ,'', m d i.„i,!L I Kim., Grnl (MteM. Unlom: ,llv c.ll h., .-Khl tolKk.lW ^~^' "J !" ^•• aw '"' l.illn Norrb. En Richar.1llhoul an; ho 5 ,la(lon. I"r .w, m M S'.S'JJI.v S3S! r, ce Cumberhulcli. G. Roberts. -reUSU OUI .a..' tml rnrmm. jii.nT-iri !" > Petrlri. Hope IMIn M. Howelh: Mo one cn ben notlclliK ihW .„.,. ..f* 1 ";'' 1 _"<•"•"?. Violrt Ba.rd tin loe o< rliyUim looorl In e Derek Wleotl (Mr. L. S. Riehard.): Olori., t W.v.1 In.l.i'K (tin !>•t..un.l n> ..ol Unl.'r th,. 1IB.C. and the BritPilgrim. Mary Clarke 'Mi I two other ireas in Hi. vvo.lil lab l^re %  . 1 liafen't yrt mentio,i,l Hock); Av>n Pilsrlm c n..,.,plv Sni,.i, mil In, ..iiui.. 1 DereL Walcolt. I ..in not at all CTGraham). John Klne (Mo,. ...i.T,.. ... Liu, Am..,,, l„ '"". however, that Walcott exert. Hlh School), rioriellovell (Mi inumta JSSrbOlJS '.' nrnjor force in ^.p.„ KU ,.W.O. Bovcc. Roni.M Daniel (MlT ul calynao Is po o ip l ately foreign to all other people. And It isn t difficult to see th*ifhey have all come originally from Africa. The M India i O. Boy-re,. Ronald Dani< nation. He seems to be out Carol Yearwood). Jenn R;.r f touch with reality. H utfate possibly l* rvmcmbervd in future years as a unique liter,.i technician; in fact, if his dcvclopt continue* at its present rate sjiUB Spam, left ihe he is certain to be. Howeve rhythm of ihelr music behind, will hardly be remembered in. And of course they left man) major prophet, like Shelley 1 other things too. Their influence doesn't seem to know what H has been strong, persistent, and uetually is; he is too literary. I llble. The gaiety and la, of course, young (like myseli ilour the splendor and lightbut this is hardly an exc Indian S:uU Uicy realise thai too hearted romance thai we assort*hia academic approach to herself i km with the inner hie. and the Wllcoatai Gino. elnctint men of the world: there — are also the Basts, the etaaital A synopsis is always unsaUsfncunrterdoas. At bridges between tory and misleading. I have only u.e two \\ atUsmpted Ihis one because it bel,,,,>.,.,IP. belong* to n< to bring out certain c-senlta bat N aclertsli. f ,. „tieiiia. w,i. %  %  Strong plot, brilliantly taut COtl PldoWOd Henri Wll">x •truction. a marked Intcn rhythm-with passion, sensuality ,,,, .... and violence lurking In the backW ,i,„ x ,., nllTl ground should add hat |M)) u fcofc c ontatna aome superbly eo. .mee the seen.-gnd shows an abaolut .,„, „, l( ,.. ,. .., .,... astonishing maturity. The next novel. The Long Journey', appeared two years later In '1 and Is perhaps the most persond novels, Forster opposed the pagan of all Forster's works. It is th) M w Ufi miial prostorv of a sensitive, eivili/ed bul l'"' 1 honeetj to mud. weak young man who makes a tsaag, real feaung to preti dreary and disastrous DMIttl H< i Hal darkness is ihe undergoes a spiritual deterioration failure to Yontio.f, th. p I and is finally roaeued, only to dl accept moral ic>p.Msilt: he made Un ulr has been fixed beiwaao tiiein licitthen is a tragedy of mass misunderstanding, personal relationships are n.it ciiougt: in too many people -Hid tensions involved urwi there Ll not enough lov< in go reund. With mon and noiv kiliciliesA, iindersl inning ..1 affecuasL sainethiai mai 1 1 ran the wrack aat. %  ... 'i.in-n .nid .'in ;• 1 1. List in %  .1' clusiveness. A alMng oarrativi %  and for passages of null al o 1 "ik as a noveh 1 lb nceloi lb %  t.eln I ll .t< it and truth ami his hatred of tyranny and sbani In in] form %  re expressed |D Other ways W0 1 an only iimef thi'ie .m DO tnOCI id ba grateful fog whal have. 1 haw I : .iltmanslup, the knowledge and understanding, the bOaUt) Of tile style, ". rocetarian osaarn, tbg brooj u • Hut lll.tr more lo M ihaii thai. Korstrr is aaaMtsalh tod cverylhin?. ..itln k When one thinks "of Shellev h. raaBy African in origin Wo ted ~eif; the boy v,-ho got into trouble Howt-in much thai can be called Latin kl """' because of his chemical Ojalsaja the Weat Indie*, and %  the predomigjujt negt.1 influence. ''"" J5I3TD' c.iM.it.oN.I Euro ice ;hp menUHy mslaniflcanl maio. B and auoterity T1Mpi of m u and who was <>Mmt aow „. continenl that have the Latin )rom Oxford because he dared 'a %  .. temiH-r are not tvpic.l of Europe hallenge the ministers to a rationAnOl.KT AtlClitUt \\ al all We must go lo Ge-. J( i discussion of their religious _ r expeiunent and his delerminati 10 know the true nature oi th. re,— the undergraduate wh, called "mad" because he W 1 think otherwise th; (Mrs. It. Barrow). Lucine Hurl rifles v Rollins) ind GwendoU rvoberw. Second Class Marlene Carter (Mr. L K. Nurse). Muriel Murrav (Mr. C 11 Horkl. Eudell Blackett (St. Johns F. I.) IVTERMEDIATF First Class Eileen Roach. E Weatherhen.' (Miss Lintonl, Jean Arthur lMi M. innlss). Joan Peterson (Mi's Avelyn Pilgrim (Mr Glendcne 1! (Sf. John's E. 1.1 Second Class Ellrabeth Gay (Mt. Tabor F I •li>an Phillips (Miss I.tnt.ti irtla Armstrong (Miss Howll) barn Alleyne %  ligit man War %  %  1 hen t"lk music and ""' Been and earth (many of them |QV ,„!, . utnasdns future mature, no doubt, but the ins # ueii f \v, • Indian wiiiposerN wrHlnit [KTtapt thing is that he capable of inwr ^^^ like Sibelius or Tschaikovky or thinlUng about ^m).-the young Qlvtn Schumann* No our music will man who crossed the Irish Chanrt Scanrlinavia if we views.— the young author Of SRI V Hir i II O h Pg>l v ii*'lV" .1 true Impression And Queen Mab". a poem exprcssii": < ^*** **T3'"I3 wsrsste l*> rould be more riifTerrnt than uidgements on everything,in henvI, 1V EHS will make another atl.dk music and oura? Been and earth (many of themm.. lvmpi u raum( l|lc French J awl '" raiiek from the sea bed of the 'sisin. During lasl week, wearing oxygen masks down on several occasion IH> not only more emotional, bu' nel to deliver a political harangue ,v Ii to the people on the other side, ernolonal in „ dTerent *..> n ^otutjonary poet who was will l more warm-blooded. And ^^ ^^ ^el^by things o( there h boOlhll more truly charthc ," lntel|trl and who WM QCl ,. ssctarMk of 1 people than their mined ,„ ,. political sense In thmusic. world — when we think of how Wo can lake huio-isiiiisii music int)miltjy concerned the youn.; aj summfcnj up the inlluenc.that Shelley was with real life, it is has civilised these parta, and impossible to explain sway Derek this has little real connection Walentt's literariness as the rc„ ith u excepl '*ia'. oi the u u oi his youth, .luilhern-romamic .M^poaaea. ami No WMS No one dispute* that he has before Ihe violent and symbolic climax. This novel is bitter and passionate, often extremely funny—but ihe Ironic comment culs very oean the quick and the final afnt on the whole a distressing one. .-tails lu India, "one in 1VI2 and At la in 1024. he produced his final me terpleeo—'A Passage to India 11 1 and secured the hull of the vessel as part of ihe preparation for ihe operation. More than two years ago the I'oliek sank at the cross berth of the inner basin after she sprant a leak some hours earlier. Subsequent attempts at salvaging hei While under water, she fell 11 auction lo James Murray, a local ..iicr in charcoal who then look aval the raaponaibuity of having her salvaged. Divers removed ine literary gift and a pretty and parts lha yawl from time t.> lexible wav of handling his verse, time leaving a skeleton hull on as well as something approaching the sea bed. %  nan %  —a — dramatic technique, but he Is an The local Harbour and Shippinn \ \I h w %  rhe Salire of the Calypv%  ., ir ,.f. r ar t',5 akc" man. and the Master told the Advaeate thai U ihe,! ttdncuiou n.ten-tt. It can Imrdly be doubted the! West Indleo needs prophets. His sunken yawl kl m(mace In thim Wesf Indian composes two moat reputable works. Epiinner basuv A small achoone 1 %  wUI abaorb the calyi lavou laph for tbe young and Henri may be able i„ use the berth. th ChrlstoplsfA both htghK ...clam he said, bul no big boots can us. form 11 tset' ed in Britain stamp him as a lt^ _____^__—^—. of good-and-cvil II What can be a clearer illustraUxi that Nordic European cultur* 1I ,rversion of our OWB tempc ither than a fultllling of it* tn*i A BOTTLE GOES BOTTLER'S (BDOS) LTD. ninto %  dypso as ai Galvanised Mesh Wire %  I".' •• hiil i;im ••# tnr I'onllifi H. %  •!••,ii/ GENERAL HARDWARE sumiEs 1UCKETT STREET (Opcotite font OIBce) ... •. The Rarbado* Foundry I.Id. WHITE I'AKK BABYS TEETHING need give you no anxieties There need be eo readaw eigfcu. Be tears. n„ baby .li^rdeei. tf y<— aaee Aabtoo A Passes* laiaau' Powdan bandy. Mothers al ever tbe world be— fosad then, aoothiae; and ooohng ben baby a, betial lamnafh leathasa, aad. beet e( al, they ere ABSOLUTELY SAFK. ASHTON ft PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS Restore Youthful Vigour To Glands in 24 Hours New Discovery Bring* Pleasures of Lit* to Men Who 'eel Old Before Thoir Tim* D.K.I-, •'*•' >!.•: SM <•' "• ' r#t nfir Inm !<*• •/ •Hour. % %  -*n-. -ir'.r,'a.;'its;,ffiii u iis£: •4, l>btr !• M Hrl ler r >• %  .!!•' •n"UW •]• %  Irs**. Mali D*i>Mtl tr(i-t:n. H os m UM dMMvefT of an *tnlnnl liiyi; !• no* BilN 11 pBil U ll twi f*ni to It H**M PN* r-*Uhlttl •!! %  mo aiiline". .n 3 Vatrthful Vioor Rastorad ti aaaiBisi •{ w-ua^i •*. na -a.. YIH*! af> llavaal oiiro>tY Dsxtcii thtcoirbout UHVI U* | —I *l-lnt (•• "*."'• %  J" >uir UM-S IDM % %  H Iy %  %  *•" %  as.lhSe" •.ry. LiilniB-zt*, and' K.onH MMti 01 Hoo-l-on. ONW Met. „ aaO Vio' -.• %  '<* U'isituroi* ,*i* •HHI. of (<• %  M-do-ial) wtlrt tU~1Ar I-IIMI I pit 'Un, "itti mute trin f-et'-d'o (•oJilr-.l'o-i'ef l*Iridn-nu Sal ^ i -it* .ii.-i| -p-wl -o ooiM in-; KTM imt-llul of oil to (.owe, *~ bottr thro.it>'. tl. Mr* '.aiin/ S3 %  '"i xjn I.,..,.., arj 24-Hour Resurll I .... IBM | M i. Doctor Praises Vi-Tobs .ru.itt'tX Ot yo.lt.!. rri oo4 KMDRasults Gi ItMUlM N U IVi> % % %  OBltO Of I Und*i I hi i ', .a iaH I. •aurtolf Ihr ne* iirrai i tn slulin Ihol will so .ourali-I UiroMfh o.r Ixx" m— atWi oni ho-e T*HI at* atito •njo* Own v. lo l.,e '..11 l.„l V. ilbov %  • tot inuii-tf io*U-d ot ••cuiB-i.i % %  v. I-., iiUaolaiiof and iaitis-fl. Tr sua^m-o PMMI I>. Ouaranlecf nSORBm. Well now, who would think ha was doing this for the pleasure of It" But it if 'ill par! nnd parcel of the weekly outing and thi< vehicle Is, in the owner*! eves The OPOOl U tO 1 r-1 word In horseless And so it waa! .-.inul.nly. today, than is the owner siders himself fortunate to drtvo ttw beel .-ititoinotiile — dollar for dollar on any highway in the %  arid. The -vii i..iti.nj.r. fact is lhal more and more •wurr/drivers en CepUnenU and UUrvd are elaas!6ed a* five SUr matornts— Uie reason belnjr their preference for the entirely new slsndard Introduced In 195? br i UNSI I. jnd ZEPHYR. Voi Invited to U-t-drlvr bath at Charles Mc Enearney & Co.. Ltd.



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PXf.E FOt'RTEEV SIVDAV ADVOCATE srxivw. NRPTPMnr.R ii, jig TEltPMONE 1.0* CLASSIFIED ADS. w !" tCElloWTS M YlVAi (IUSADE %  1. IM. I4U1 %  urn ,____ • -* Week-day, 11 a BB*'BBh.*kW > %  mi DBD "HdH'I • l*-*n BEDFORD rUMHUHIAl VK1IK L**tluM received a new .hipm-nl :n. India.: [to 3 5 tan Truck*. Van* PM-kin.* Mb*t --' in our recent %  no-astoned B\ the death of our moth* Martha gluabeth Bellam. The Bellamy Pa-nlly 141111 Ir BatCEESB r lha underalgn.d b*B to j l*inr* tho-e Who wnl wreath, card* in ant any eaiirrurd avtnpilhv With %  B m th death of BOB dear math*. JamBeckle. .if Hritti.n. Hill whi.l. look place On Ihr 111 SBlfmb, IMS Wile of the lai Winatnn Bechl*. .....e. IkMti CIWN Winaton. Ervn tmmm and l*end children iulltMl Tntousih th* medium wO to)* U 'hank all those who any wa> ympathw*d with ua in ..emrni ol out d*er mother Mf* Albertme Collvmeae lala ol MUM sOeorfle Jam*, a-rft John laonal. lamia florae* Mwlrne, Done) and (na.n-1 .r.andrhildreni I4BSS— In %  DIM '.and family acknowlotae with grateful eppr*..*. i.on the kind eapreMion* of %  empathy and a-ialene* rendered har on th* paing of the lair Jovpn Mil %  III i ol tlaxirn Road. St MKIi.* I4B3—In. — Hlllman Convertible owner 4.AB* mile* r.u II IU-4n CAM W.. lie-ley 10 i ion Neareet n kwaji DM • MORHIS OXFORD l*SI MODEL. toa nan ISO* anile* Owner bought a* at Dial Cnuiieiy Garage Ml UJB IMIISOWI m IN ir WHS REAL IvSTAir IM d.< inillJHKVJ *ITM ai "I** Hork ami ai Baynrator, Dramni "oPd Appl> air Hut.hu.-. ann BanfWhi. %  atfcH u il Dial lOVt. BE WISE • Trainad AulioiUiaH and '1h AIT, D r 4a %  ajafl i a) H M MOB BIS OXrOfUV-lfM Mod.l pi crallml 4-ondHMM. l.aW ao Dial 44i ii a an MilMPrvnr. On* ill 1 H P l*ln i Umitm MSA M.iU-cy.W. Good eondl lion ApplT N aibaw. Croydon H-.l inn PtHna M 14 In HAYswA-m M Aluminum R. %  llonm at-...I InW .q ft k lllolm tor h..ul Clan I AT WOHTIf. ISO HAW RD Fatlnc . %  arda [irraaad mpalh'' wltti lalhar Chaltaa Jo-dan. Irf H*Un, Edward. b—in taUM Wf bra Ihroudh OiU rn4ium to ratiitn I hank" lo all tnoaa kind liland who aanl wraalha. Iin rn .,( rotvdolanM r in any w rtfprrwd lhair •yitpnm in our roMMl iK-irii.amriit caotod by lha f Con Laona Vatirhn. on aIK Kamld and Car IN MEMORIAM I.WNl Ir. Immi mamory ot .trar mothar Eatall tajnt Who I Aluminum Spray Oun In aood working ordar %  iraaonabla Apply C Anhur Mavhaw K J HAMri AMIIII CO I LMITCD. Bridfr Sltral Phona 4141 t 9 n m %  ai nq rt oolnx lot aboi.i ti is lin in n.; i %  lonai 1 Brdroom. nil MKl.vm H art i 'aJimw H -.hop all ii ** P %  %  Ooing about IJKM> If;HTTOdrn<.in COH igi l %  nr Undrr 13.30., AT HA.' 1 IIMH. SIAMDI BOUGH TI'DOR ST —Bn-inraa iTr-mliM A flailI %  ID ffltUON T A3 nr.lr.-.n IhaW. alao %  B umnw Pr. ildalwr Pl.i,.r < M Anywhara DIAL 3111 C LOOK TOH MY 8IQN FUBNITI'RK 13 • 5 -in rURNITT'Ra-I MI..K..r.\ Morn. Bolt, romplrta >'n importrd Sprirm Cuaritoiii MWlf covarad pkla 00 and 1 Manosat.) Wardioba lth Kill langlh n |l*n OS AW hum trv R A Gntnth rkM MM HflftV-li. POULTRY i i. M II fltatown Fh— m Mil ( %  ALA!* tSaaakla houna. Makwall Kcr mnnth> ol October. Novrmbar and Darambar. Apply lo Mr. Graham Phona MOO l*.l In CULPUN*:. Cattlawaah. Bl i.wtpri T-llv IMni.hrd liM-hidlnrr Rr'rlg'ratnr 4 Dadroom.. Tor Ocioba-, Movainb. r. DrcrmbrT 1PM phona SSIO Mta II %  n>no# "> %  *•—>" nWUHFD TI-AT — Palm Baach )l,..llnn AvallaLr iminadlalrly to ai< approVVd Irnant All convrolanrr. o*n •>!' %  > Naur (tuba Rtaaonabl n-tol Dial l"7 14 M—in POtn-TRV Trap nr.r.,1 larrrd Rorki A Srx-U.ik | B..rrrd Mockai l(....ki-. a .daliyary Mav Marrh RMfepj .prmg pulMRt -^ orkarala and tablr foy.ii y appnlnlmrnL Hour WtS Dwrmtn urnm ii'" VOI'NO RHODC IRLAM1) COCKTHr.lJl brad trom CaaTllah Slrvanaon -train k bmod ..I II Oulnaa Chlrka 3 **ak Id Phonr I4J4, O Pitrpalrlck ItJaR. MECHANIC Ala Courtaay Garaga. Dial 4*1 iiiM"i,: blidc Bl—n ORABB LOADERS—A naw .IIIDI dua on IRh Inil iSapt l Dial "111 II fat"BICYCLaT— "l>dlaa' 3 apaad RamilM aa naw. hardly uaad ft>M okm Pva MO OP Ring tin* l"i.' :m MISCELLANEOUS HllJ-SnF ll.lli'l.Hia (o,ir lirdroonu I Biai end aatctriaHy throughout. Frig Ai Fr'Hi l>i-..ti.l.n onoard* Apply th, Ka.-i.>r M Jn'pli 13PSa-3n %  'INMOUT-Oiw. Baa*" .„ t> i 'lit l"n BbM *r a cuplr. n*m Ot liooa M1B AMERICAN PRAM. Bath and Sralr. naw Chrlitanlng Draw with Slip, loyeli Baby flhawl Blanket. Call 4149. 14SS3— In ANTIQIKS Of avary dawrtptlon .Glaaa. Chllm. old Jawal.. Una Sllvri Watrrrailoura Early beob*. MapAuto •Taph* •*.. at Oorrlngaa Antlqyir shop ..dj.. -i.iig Boval Yarhl Club aVRV-t.lj OFFICES Cioad Btr ...tobar K Tuil CluP Apply tlarhodo i A Rw 14 B M-3n •X" ,11.1 Juat ra Waalarm IlL.Orttl," SHIPPING NOTICES '.'.'.'.•.-.'.'.•.'ss.'sss.'.'stmimL -.K1TTI' HUT and lll'i'K Ll> -nni iknown a. Papata. >4*f saalav ia.h UIUM. wt-BEN % PARK ROVBB llurriraiif Prrrautiim HIM .No. 17 -*-'**.','-'%  -. .'.'*'. %  %  %  NAVY %  WdaM, ih-i-it i:n— %  :,., I'Mlor It V.. NKMBHARll A BIG REVIVAL CRI'SAIiE ComilatmctM ;it the King Street >.-viiilii-.i;iy A % %  traap .. '"f d ining and llvtryg ra—w. and untal Th* al-ivr I k .. %  lie ( | .. >y of B-nlami — l**3 II lam. .1 tai nfltra) of Ihr Untl-'aafnad %  'II. :i y %  | .,|l(| | -, HIIIII K"i'" h w I • gin on Tuaaday. Iflth %  ': %  ] it W III a m punrtuallv Thr Bchr-il will b. ra lo 13 IS moon. NORMA V \IA.u| I iArtlng Horralar) Trraxurr. Htchaal'a its ft—in r,\i',iiiM: r ,iA| I.V SURE BPOT roptalnind IH.VM aa|iMr< wild opltnn pi [iiillin r.,40* aq (I %  -ir Hill. anch>r" | __ OB*itdr anil lintav on anothar and Watri availalilr Apply Oarald Hudtai, Plna Hill T-i 3HB I. at BANK H U ROAD, *n ,M or TWr MOTOR VH. *T R RADAR a approtard p'lra of aAlOaOdB P %  t Baan al "T It i ir"in i KarlMdoand ... %  to rr.-h him "ii n dura ll.r RNJl Saplrn^... IBM On tha Irt txtoliw thr aaalrd rnvaiop' mtalnmg tha aflara win I %  Court i ..... II.m. Ii.r in thr pRBaBBM Uw %  I .. lu-thrr partarui-,. T 1 v, STANWAY STORE, Lurw Strari I4*— la THORPES HOL'SE. Jiim-a Applv G-aniit I T-I asu M n1. r m A Co >.r J4*J 1.1 Ava Balk-villa. irh with iiinning walai 14 M— In I'ARVXTh* aomprahanalva caraal I0.-1 itr, Vllamln D addad Far*K ihoulil • gfvan to Infanta during training ami -.mug A.k your grocer or d'uggut DM FARFX Prk-o Mr tin. Pal l .Rli — ni.ucoUN Olaaio'i Pawdaaad Oluaoaa WAITED BELT \ Ol'AVA CHEESE Fraah. dalki. I 'luava Chaaaa. oulUbla lor aandlng 1 vour frtanda abroad Mra Wnrrall. ytKllhrwa Vi.aiagr Phona > LADY ilEHXIl'lPaRT with hnowladgr i,| tMiokkraMng and pi.viou. oln.r r.prj • % %  %  "'" .., : A ,. AttpaMM CASABLANCA Mla>ll t-Bt Rxtremely well kept 4 bedroanui honsi' of modern design. Ci)niiiii..l ion UVBafl. BOd aming room '.' kilchen*. Draakfast Itooin. Toilet and bath. Lovaly vernndah fac. mg the MM lo which there is a right of way. 2 servants rooms, wusnroom and garage In vard which is completely tairad. Well laid out Gardens. 55.573 square feet land. A vpaciou* an<•! very compact properly. — ALSOAn orchard comprising 2fi,74.1 vquare feet land adjoimiig "ir above'property. Numerous coroanut trees. Fruit uTRBI uf every description. Inspection every day except Sunday between 4—6 p.m. on application to Mrs. Edna Eckstein. Phone 8213. For S*la by public auction on l -id.% ltth at l.:i" p.m. at tRe atnea of the undersigned from whom further partlrulars nut be obtained R. R. NK II11IXS V CO.. Solicitors. IM i.'. Roebuck Htreel. Phone 1M6. STOW—Florano Oil Itovr Ibur nine ntonlha old, perlrvt rondllton, I ( %  hour 3O*0. 13 • U Ihr Taiagrapb. Bngimd'a leading Dally New* papar now arriving In Barbadoa by Alonly a law days attar publication Ir London. Contact "n Gal*. C'O >." ii.i. Loaal K. i % %  ••< %  i-i... II IB SAMPLEH A (rw patta Of Mairt It lie T only, apply Th* BarVadoa I-. Julkting 11 • '-' TABK"I Oalvanl—d Tanka f i Ion Tanka •'.' 4' V 3 GalvamaeO I ml-I.. I Tanka '.' %  4'.' dr., ai w rtvl 1 flalv Cylindrical Tank* ',' 4'>* u.am with 3 n Conical BoUomi capacilt %  mr gallona TOO Apply: Managn a-ore Valr factoi > SI a M 3n The Housewife's Alphabet r KVV with ever. G* Cooker r reedom fiom *>ni k< reedotn tron soot rei-dom fi nn rredom from smells— Ht.fcliOM fro-n worry If i ^ t fL^ 0 ?* n t -5 rn ..-SlL-^.., I lllll'l I IIIIllltllllUlll Hill lateral rn | lh %  % %  loo* lock* wttn no'' i... FdRERTKRH' S< HOLAKSIIIP lOt'BTBf MIHMAII/1 BIAMOMl Tha above hol.ip II. f—n aw-nrati to FI-* %  laid, ann of George -i %  <' r".r %  I II .1 CJI*.tt.\ < COLI-:C.F n an TOMdar. Uaa Bd et •r>l'i>>o al a M a.a* awd Ihr -ibaal will b> • ••tow tea*. -Ik am — II p aw n C M MALONE ReerrtarTta isurpf %  Oileen'a Collepr. 14 V 93 Sn II \KKlNON t >i J l i .1 ... -i irrm at fbrrhuaa Collage wll BM ICth of Sr-plernbrl on. I.IHI the Rchool win he m aaaaloi iom 111 ia -11.6* am D R M MALONE Governing Body. ItXhtllAIMIK AlAIH.MV • Bald IOB1I .1..-. ,-honl t.ii BOYS huld coi <•! H. T Aahbv A, Co N n Brldartown. a> aoon I4S1 -I NOTICE poata i r* Chapel and at H .,,11 i,*re,..d h1) Sap! 341 BBplkMUa ,rt I v HIT tri ,i SOTK E I'ARISB oi i NRior mrwB lha noai nf Qnalift e and Mldwrifr will be received : %  n. Mra ft A T^ln no*, Ch Ch Marked ASpl H i) 3 p m on tha lllth "laptri Mat) i.iment ol %  wntai Traaaurar. blainable In M1SCEIXANEOUS >ika, II' -. 1 tube . i-iipa and m.n. „wW. ili Chevrolet tiu.k i arlUi .h.-d DARCY A. • I L'MJER II" MI-VER flAMMEK |*| „l IT, %  *. %  Will ..II 111," Furniture at 8trathcU.tr whu-h Imludri W>ipmv i %  M I balra Iwllh (...hion.i. rolding Chatra. Bookcaaa, tlrwamaul Taktoa .n in H ih o — B' I'I-. Dining Tab'e. Oadallu.* i %  P.-.k faaa. %  IV Be. .. rVatotoad Mahoganv: C ,1 1>I. ..IT I ga and Ued> idah Chain. H I Main % %  rum. DKANKtR. TROTMAN ABC I II men. UNDER THE -H VI It 11 \MV r BALE* is -I i-ti unlit LJRSDAt am M >.lle No 3, LJ.IJ Mia.1 I TUEsnAV JOth Ml G Cahial ale Twargpn. St..RKANKER, TKOTM\5t A CO.. Aurllanren a M ANNUAL DANCE On MONDAY N/1MT IStt 4eptemo*r. IBH H'MI-iny ty *•*) m: VIVA i. FLAMES I kSIDC linusF. \y a PI**BM -. T, p, |i i-Plei ing or Bockl' fhmta Hart, c %  I %  i | M %  i %  is.To Bu) -ir Rent i %  ga or GArrlaon D I Rt .. %  . ovarof R-Pb i .ma New Bulldlnga. I.iwe road Street I I %  11 WAN III. TO I %  ... >..>er Kl'.l DANCE The Voluiilrit Urill Hall in ,HI ol -41. I'uni'* ( hurrh Choir and Organ Fun*: TaWI> Sept. 3th lUt Mfu-.lt bj l*errv C.rran's Ork •.UR-.rlpl...n -OOC. 14 f % %  ; 3n %  rth Bunda t 14. IBM. and enda aSrpt M All < E , =" i klM4M I MMMM *r (**-^ The Officers jnd Member-. i i HM MIMIIMI vtoOALai n t'md,r %  i i \U C iltcif DANCE MMIMUM IlK'I i H VI I MONDAY NK.HI. Mil IICIORIK l"*2 iHatnk-liulidjM MM B) hran'i Oithetrj M RSXKII'IION: —::— . I | It.-m S p ni rirkala nal Taaa.frrabla i bnaloRaf RKALTORS LIMITED OFFERS MB* in -.. ni,-. Known at No I* m ,r Water. and 'landing on appr..(inu>iel. l.ono -qiiare laat of land roan. prt-irm three bal'miim. one With jhyaelnS-roaBI and MR4 and big and dining morn. aOparata toilet and bath, modern kllihrr two aarvanlaroom* w,t<. TH. BBaTBBRg Boon aa poaalbto. sWCITllli %  • Lara, •Ion* houae ( haflata and fewth and hot and roM water •alien* D.wnatairv three -panroonu kitcr.e-n and -hower room, •tanding cm appruiim--acreol land about Bom Glbbvi Bca. h Tha propOTty ha. baan aartanaivaly rano•#wlr.i by lh* proaem ..wnar. and aao be _iL*d lor a v*ry dimna Inapacllon b appointmarit Al RorkUp R* K-ad. com prhtlng three bedri-ii... dining room and living n, m modem •llrnen toilet .mil ball,, all bad room, have mull .n ,i D b..ard. a. WMl aa tha kitchen Thla prop arty i. vary rloae to tha Oiii Course in a vary popular i — dantlal area Immedlatr pone *n % % %  %  thr* bed't toilet and batha. %  lining and living roonu pontrv. kltrhan and atororoont. two *r y-ani. roo*Aa In the yard with toilet and bath, laundry room and garaa* Tht. la a int.lv hooa* offarad al a (innpetliiM •*T„ %  CBATSWORTH > al ..-Inn.-. I rompri.ina 'Drawina and Dining ioun Toilet and hath, i-loaad aallci It Holding on approximately roOdB 7tli pert-he. of land Tti property ia going at a vary re aonable prle. CHt'RCBUX Rltiiata at Maawell Caaat Hoa fomprialng three badrooma ai running BBBgl kitchen, tmlet and bath T: pingra-rty k attiurte kk good — drntlal aeaa with eaeellent % %  bathing. A aound Investment WTMDAL Sltnalr al K.-klry. partly ti,i ind lath and plailer, r,.mpi aarngr. Th* property, .tl ,i up i,. 11 ma t • t y I .BBo aqua of llllid within KM, ..I famous RookMry Baorh. RI'NUAI.OW Sitmte in Rotklrv v.. •% %  niinandlng a maanllVri Gold Cour— unoti TO It bedrin,.!... one with built-in cupboard.. Drawing and Dining -,-,„,. Modern kttrhen. lotlet fmd bath Downalair. Servanla* room hath Oari.ge lor | Hi %  1 %  ugidiy ate. Tha property atand* on Bpf>.imairi' litn.. lee I ol land. HI NI1ALOB prialng thra toiletand b and Living andah to th bedroom*, w attached Dim ma, Kitchen, v. •tlet. i gallery ol gooi BM livi REAL ESTATE *GI AIXTTIOhrEERS VAl.lip.RS 1AI/U* Raebark sir' IM KING A STORM Be sure lh.il t window or door on th.Bg MiltuppogKc the one faMiiig, UMJ Aimi can i be opened. 13.1*:.L' it• ABIUUEF.Anllgtaa. Mawtaer— t Nevi* and tt Kitu BatlaBg FnOav i*ih mot B.W I at NOON KB < ( IMHIS I Oaaalgaea. Tata s Aivwalt .NUiiHurrjFOR INMIhS aaaaaaaaa Csin.ifii;iii Niil i miiil Sli!iinslii|is I II M SHOW \ AT I III HARBADOR AQI'ATIC CLUB (Local and VUiting Members Only l Through the eourteiy of the %  COUDCO there will be a FILM KHOW in the Ballroom on VVF.DNESDAY. September 17th, at 8.30 p.m. The F-Togranune include*; BRITISH NEWS HOUSE OF WINDSOR (The Roval Family) , CAMBR1DOE UNIVERSITY COUNTRY TOWN X COLOUR IN CLAY .Pott^l-^ %  Making) LADY IditiNt-i CRNADIAN riM IJ^tlV NtTl-a-ON %  Sapl ITHapt a rp, n sapi n sapt *; Mrmbers are CordtaJly Invited NOhiintutNU >VrV-V*'A'.V/,-,V/rV*AVA-i Arrreea Arriaaa approaimatel. RVAMOS Slluate at Top Rock compri.iiut three bedroom., two with ad Joining lollat and bath, ware room that i-an be ue.l gj Bstoakfaat room or chlMren %  nuraerv living and dining room kitchen, aepaiate tollrl and balh with hot and cold wain dah M QW ...th ..nd | th* norm. Th* out build.' I pnae •e-vanli* rooma with toilel nod Isath. ami a la.a. aarMr In. apectlon by appointment PARAGON Situate near Seawall Airport. Chrtat Church, comprtiing two la.g* bauio-mwllh dreaalns rooma atlached. two medium -if. i-u roonu with draaalng rooma and built-in cupboard* large open verandah rntir. lenguy of houar wiUi a lovaly view of Chancery lane Beach and th* aea Downatalra: Entrance lobby. I.nna and dining rooma. break!*.! .oo.n. pantry, kitchen, laraa aludv. and a lovely open pa lion to the aouth Thla pioparty alao tin. lovely at oun. iami a portion ol arable land rontalnlng 1 'a acre. iu.pccti.H by appolntnirnt onlv COTE BPBING COTTAGI A lovely cottage (landing on 3 rood. *T perchaa of land, aitu %  at.* at St Jamaa Caaat. havina tta own private bathing beach, and comprwins three bedroom*, with petvato lollat and balh 10 main bedroom. drawing and dining rooma, European hath vith hot and cold running waler and WTNDOVER Situate at Mil* and Quarter. W.. Polar another lavalv hotoe bedrnorna. dinliiUet. and batba wRh hoi and cold water, large vanndaha. Out.taoding view to tha aaa Eatenafv* outbulhtfnBa Including a lang* garage, two servant.' roonu. laundry, workshop ratennyr orohard with apeciallv •elee'ed fruit tree* The property ha b*en well cared and la In racell*nt condition Immediate poaiOBa-on Vetv low price HOMEMIDI Situate In lha Oarrlaon gj Mtehaal, comprlalng four bedr.Hjawa. combination liy ma %  -.annainonta. aaparal* toilet and ,i**h kilchen with bn.lt-in rupWMTda. verandah tne kSOI i.-M>th ol the build.ia T • lalldlng. iip.L. tw„ %  properly aland, on BBPfgi TMS aquar* fret of Uu npgetlon by appulnlmant onl< CHATTEL inn -.1 Situate at I at Avenue A laad. Buah Hall, tab a Ml ,-iattel houae, with ihedrool lft STL and kitchen Sft 1-artly ancl.w*d with wood palI'tga. The above pcoprrtv can he had for a very reasonable puce. REALTORS Limited CANAir.A* LADV HODNFV A: S:HA'MAI I r-BOSH l-AU. NKIJION % %  \ Got. i i Oat. IB Oat Bl Oat B4 Oet OBI 31 Oet 4 Nev GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-AftmU. Ill liltICAM I'KK Al TION HINT NO. W FAI.I.1NC. TRF.FS ire very likely lo dlirupt the Electric Supply. Keep .i couple of Hurricane Lanterns filled with b '* •>{ M.L'.ehif, in a handy place. : iinable at CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad ft Tudor street. JiHN let. Ill VHOS *> CO. MS II A 1-i.T-iuLbtlno or I (I... PrnprrlT and LUMI Ahnn Av.ll.blf FOR SALE CLEARING ITEMS FOR THIS WEEK I HEAVY CREPE BACK HATIN Ribbed bsck Harahal fabric COTTON SEERSUCKER Chock R Flowered COTTON PLAID ITALIAN BORDERED SPUN (Over '-IT. Designs) Usually NOW tS-97 1211 fl.12 BOc. flic. 60c. SI HC SI.33 Also Plenty More at KIRPALANI 52 Sw.n Street BARBADOS FOOD PRODUCTS KS NEW nmoAtoW IXHViR i \\li BT HeCHABL W* are ii-.truiled t off-, tht. serf de%  Irnblr t,nie constructed by leading firm of building r-witraelor. The arcon t dallon provideI apacloua bo'tooma. with built-in wardrobe* l..rgr drawing room. wiih ii-T-.alid room, and k-rg* pontrv The garage and aervanta quarlera are detached Main* water and uola nf rleetrle light Thla property la altualed In a new a no acted reildenllal area from fin* panoramic lown and the liai la vaiv coal and MIfrom town i-rntre Thr property I. available .th liom appro* '. lo I'. acre* aa required and the price naked M very (Mr iiH.iod Wr can rwoirrmend thai listing very highly. m-iijyiNQ PLOTB, i.nxik I-AN I) St Michael We offer 4 attractive lot* in thla new drvelopmenl area, varying in alie from lo.ooo lo iscoo *q ft appro* all wllh excellent view. Water and light available nitlC.irTWOOD. *lt l-awrenre A leaaant and comfortable property hWh meUowa nlrelv with R* irrmindingt Own beach frontage vceiknt bathlruj facililko. bcd-iKHti.. living room and dining room, kitchen, aeparate loll-t and dtower. wide 1. ahaped y.-randan looking are-ward* SSPnratr gatagr and •ereanta* rooma. Ideal aea**de home In a gfiod laaldanllal Quarter wRh f r onlagi-a Plea tan I garden with Rower bed*, lawn, concrete patio, and number of bearing fruit Ireea Accommodation comprUes (urge living room, covered gallery, 3 bedroom* Win built-in wardrob*a, well flu."* kitchen, garage with covered war a houae. servants' quarter* and all usual office* All public utility aervieea one of thr moat attractive hotnea now available In the medium price MODFRN IK IMF. St Peter A lusiirlouelv appointed rrndaif. Our bedrooms. 3 tllal bathroom, verandah A kitchenette up. atalra. with garage. %  ervwnM' to our opinion thla property r 3 bedroom., dining and living rooma with hot and cold. buUefa pnntrv. kltrhen. itoreroom*. 3 g.--Bge. The ground* are ea-pertIs laid out with II profusion nt (lowering .hry.h. lnn right ol RESIDKM'F. BLACK ROCK m-tl.nivr. i AN 11 ST LAWRENCE COAST Excellent plot n good poaltlnn wllh wl I.I, I hi. popular GRAEUR HALL TTKKACE lo-ev mrnl atone houae With rr< and laundr. below This II art well back in Its oa of about 1 3 acre, la not lokrd -nd boa iinobatrurted view aeawarda Open to offer* I-ANI). TWEFJhSIDf ROAD—On aln road wllh lf|frontage. Meal in nt ion (or builneaa Total area 1B.TM aq It. HI'SINESS I'ltr.MISES DWaXJ, N I HI i. i i i % %  R m MR "iallon lor reUII ahop In part o( town. E3.000 RWEPnTlF.LD. 81 Peter An -.tadtype houae built of Hone. Contain* Urge Irving re. French wlndowe teadli covered verandah* with view of -ea 3 bedroom., kltrhon, Moreaual ontbullillngi. %  res well laid out ground* with right of way over beayh. COVT SPRING HOUSE. ST JAMES One ol th* few properttea an Uue popular coawt with a completely private and aeeluded bauilng baach The ground* at* with ion i ._ readily be converted ol the ibow plaeea of TLhouae la of %  toroyi and poaacaaei noticeable NEW nUNOALOW, ROCKLIYCommodloua home with 1 bedlarae it vine room, wide verandah with good view, kitchen, pantry, aervanta' quarter, and •lo re room. Good ailuatlon near Golf Coune E4JB0 IU'N(.AI.nW r %  UMR A kitchen. iMrntrv. veran%  ana garn|e. Bscellent poaiwnh good beach intngc and aa(e bathing BarRENTALS NEW HOVBEROCKLEY NEW ROAD Near Golf Courar Vn-nnvhed WMlTEHAl-l. PLATE — Ced%  -..-ton inn Chotee of 4 II. GBAEME HALL TERRACENEWTON LODGE MAXWELL'S roAST Furniah*d or unharh immedlatr pos.r.aion PlanUUons Rulldlnr Phone 4g*a



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BVNiMi Bsmiian K -tl'NDAV ADVilCATF I'M.I llfTflN (HURdl SERVICES II. ..I %  1 M\N\ • III R. N m I*. Oru.r .( B V W • a a. Low Hw. % %  %  Ml raoMl -i H.II > n> Ihrarhn jMHi J B.T. < li A %  U PAYW* 'a .. %  T pm Ml 'Tr HALT. J0 a OIL] -.irwnm\ 'VM13 %¡ R-,a • II. *.* nm FraacKar Mr. '• U Gr 'fTli.HTSTWVN n* v K r S*v Q Marahall BJa %  > I N • %  T P. 30 II r J rurii %  %  .' %  Pnr>vii>rNc %  A BD .•rar-*< a..,, K. D m f richer Mr. %  O Mirvillr SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS GOVERNMENT NOTICES Se.well umAU ... WITH—. U>€Bl It.. .."*" %  I V* W *' %  %  %  %  '"•"i.. PMfu i—rt., D AOM. W _Aiaaa Q %  arknail. H, Ckampwr.< I" Trl>Ma4—It *• II llai'tm, H l—aia.. ft OoodMB, V Williamn-l at fcanarfa* F. Gala*.. G AIfc->H Plnado. L. Plrmln. D PinaOo | Piimm, B 5tlk. H Siola; nrr\BTi Hi i ii m A n... ; H..I. A B..rt J Burr, N. MacC !" *... O Ma^r** %  S"innn. P Cornell. G Onn T %  enpaun. M Mahnn. J r>unmln. D I*tioaht.,|*,. K DabncamW I. Craw lara. M Scantkbur> T Ciawfmd J Macnall. E Cohen l. Millan In Touch With Barbados Co.nt.il Station OF JOES RIVER SUGAR E STATES LTD. Ai The First Ordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of Jews River lie* Limited which was held at the Hall of th-Children's Goodwill LeaRii m OB Thursday last, the Uth instant. Messrs. A. A. (.uiler J. B. Beckles. M BE Dr. E. W. Roberts. C. A. Copjin HASc. and ('< %  <-'> %  Medford wen' reelected as Directors of the Company alon^ with M D. S. mmond.s. the Managing Di' Before the Meeting commenced the Chairman. Mr J R Beckles M.&E.. aakexi Members present to stand for a moment m silent resiwct i i the memory of the late 3b i n Husbands J P who had sewed the Comp.riv m the capacity of a Dlrerd als-i as its first Agricultural Attorney In noving the adoption of the Report of the Directors, tiie Managing Director !. ".) D Sy mtnon da Mid 'ha: plans for e-stabUshlni> a coconut and citrus indusjrv in suitable undeveloped areas of the estate*, were well underway and already sere-rat ind dwarf coconuts had been planted Steps wtn being taken to set up ,i Welfare Department for the Children o* labourers The shares of the Company were baittj rapidly taken up. 125,051 shares of £1. each having been sold during the period under review, while a Dividend of 8*"; was recommended by the Directors to be payable on th. ICth day of December next to Ordinary Shareholders The Report as adopted follows:— WAR DAMAGE PAYMENTS ir"\K EAST) .ration has bet L.lt — ill the SMl ot October. 195?. nu<. been fixed aa *.iw final dale i>, Ihe receipt 4 Claim* in rMperl Q| the Unt*l Kingdom Ft Eaatern Pnvat. OmUeLseem*. 1S40. the filled KtBfldl F.xtei-lcil Fi 19 jii lh* Burmii Fluslnens101*. | IN, VklM KliimlntT g .-... %  ,,, BnrtM tit* wh§ na.v • %  tllgl "• o# thi -I*#IM. I'u' prftx lrriid> done so should obtain Bo ird of Tradv. i Insurancr and Cof iHMie* Departincnn Lacon : :ou*e. Theobald* Road. London Wt" I before ihr fin I 14.9.H-JM Hl.lll n .1, Hl'BV • .vt s w r. %  ' % %  >!. torn. %  MoaUlTIAH %  I K ITRKI i riiif. ii. arm. it.-, M IMI : „ .. Mr • OHACF Hill I N..~ :::.;:: lirraclwi Mi n .1 "* %  "•In, BTaachar Mi w Swlr*. %  — **— M< A l>i.>li. n Ml Mr W H Ar-n ''MJ-\ \l>W\tll KINO JT canmcH Mwtin* hprak. 1 l'-tin OOV1 Hiirr MILL IS.p.m. Eva-^li-i.r MMllna. Sanh%  ML" i"> -1 %  .!< HOI v1 ri-i oral OBTHOI.nX Ml.-I. BOAIi II • in M*Un< and Sr lm on. 1pm i ChanM Tiifmi-) Ktrmiif P i Bi l l ,-ra Addi v. pnw w *it i I-.. Ian 1 Prui-.-rura.Th. .nb.^t will br: -Thr BoMmod -1 %  .,. tun. Chaptai I BM 1* IMI T J>VOUIvtl IHMI-I II a ni Maun> ..| Snnton l"t aVfBwr.K nd H"mon Prcacn*• la* both anvaraa lh* Bv J B OfMt I.. Th MlnMw-ln-Oiarav. p m Monday. *•*>.•-•.> %  %  U Mr. g|u I., rr.oi 1 nApTIni 1 m m it laflai Klit .,..:,. %  I Srv.'p .'.. RMMaCF " 7 30 p m K..pUal Yutinc PropU-'Union — A mwtlna: by an-l Inr Uw younr wilh lharamathe tradlna %  ,.k .ii 1 >i< H'dlH-MU. %  1 ld< and Thuraday >l I u p in 10 "ffGhara ••! II-. %  %  .1 Ci m wh w al lh a> badoa coaat 1 St. Tax... ... Bcliolar. 1 I Conatmrmr %  %  Quamalon Haianu. . PunU PUu. a .. Alcoa %  nanaw. % %  Polka Bam. Hurcanarr. • AnUmrUn > Tika. ihia. a a Marcn r'ttar.iiini. Ba-taarii Ann. • a BUvlk. •• I* Craw U %  Alcoa Puritan. • • r data. • a Bw Baalt, a. Tartaa. • ll.u.a-,. >. mcaaaw. % %  Mannacxiir. ta KalUoa. . Burh"' (J >, lwh M V .laaara. • I PaUiMndar. • a SMo Maracalbo. M V Allanlic Hlinfea I.B. 1 Vlann. Uanna. %  Unfa. %  • Sundial. %  I Kt1 Hilli IV aeon, a a Ru, arc. a %  Baitr 7. %  .. Icorton. a.a Alma Pannaot Listening tTwrrn sKi-rrMiir.n 4 no 1 r it;-*., fauna 1 TruNw110 u in Inirr, MM, 4 11 p in runcil n( SUropa CM| Nltatlva AaaaaaMr. P m Swoday 1 II. ( II .1 Ma p ir Fi..tn Tha Bibk-, I Com1 • IS * %  .1 .\ p m 1 Enali.i Maaariii.-. M >>a Barailand Inlnluda. •mo Ma. Pram amain 1 \ 1. I.. THa PaaaJ ot Ida Holy CToaa. 1 111 p m Badi.. Naw-raal. I SO p m A V..it a. to. W.tlinain. Miamm *Mi' 1. % %  I'llawludr U.St 11 n. Prooi Ta. >ii'.iiaia. • pm Pruna Tla Pruni. %  aada Cooaaa*. laa* p m Th-. Krw in Sm Talk ID is p m Loa, MONDA1 IJTM %  .. ,n,' *.< %  > p.ni Tha New. 4lo pm The HI m Tna Caar ol 'iw N-a" WaUI.11.a1.. PriMMl. Ipi < %  o m Rudby Laaama f.-ii %  lllim Sauvanin of Uuaar, 00 p in WatoH MMaaMany III p m UilaQcra (• %  d a) p m aporla Hound Up aaal Praaaamnta Parade T M p m -Th* Nrw> T in n in Heine Nawa Prom Britain M ia a pas. — taVaaat.. BUBVJ 1 lii"-. M.i 7 * pin Balladand *<" % %  %  la p m Radio Me-.r.oi I 3D !> m aumaaan llumo. %  P m Imtrrli.da. I . p n Proni The Ediionab I • p m Ulaaii Diaaat. f JO pan. I—uian Lldhl Concart Or.n-.li.. ION p n Tha Ma-a. 10 10 p m New. Talk :. %  I • v m Vtan.* Rahlew It) 3a p fa T.p Tne, Tuna*. 1 nm-11 s .t 11 si 1 .1 iiia.ii i (miM. %  IIIB M HI Irldt'laan. I pp.. Bat -n-'l %  UUnie .nil ll-.lih allk Kri la Ika — ilHar.. h. Mar. Haa'r Iddy. %  ind faith ritual iiurlr-alariditaa. humii • I .ghi haa little rel:itlan la late •rluli or livine Page SfT Grucle FieJds Says Furouks All Right LONDON. S^H 13 GriK-ie Fields diacui*e.i 1. l..:iiU>n on Saturday, one of her Oa> ii.TTuiat her luxury eating. .vwimmintt. and i on Dream Island. Capri. %  >. King Farouk. Grm-ie spoke not t a Lancaih^re comedienne who : big BritJah audiences '>> %  unabashed tentialaentaUty or broad iiumtiur. but ai ii owner of I ic Canaona IK-I Mar. Bha -.mi Tarouk'i jlrighi. He I* a customer of mine it Cat Del Mar." Wa* il true that ho spent much of his tiaoe swlmniinu ..I (he exciu.iivi' .mil rxpfiiMVaCcawuina Del M..i' li He nu aeeer •wtass ui my poor* Sha Gilded he pressM U "fdrouk hat been lo her place only threttimes, iha ta^lallMd. His dauRhlen; were there often ;inil "the] .oe wonderful nirl-. Very nice :ndeed" On bis first. virtt to England with Gracae srasl ht hu.ibnnd BorhAlpaeovic. -IT• PART ONE ORDERS N. Mir MIKIivli %  Bag %  All rank. II parada at Rest. Hid at 1190 ho v %  UMMal tha aean and i.iii.ut.ire ranaeNo I Plat ,i.r naaai Maaaj will aa bayonet tratmna iiu % %  nil B" Cay>. will iinv ...t .1.1.111 nm.ma with a view t•> (•IlKIMilM. -• v|r Otder 1. I IM I. C Qumtyna. *J I. Sll Turney D G M. L. D. 8KEWES-COX. Major. • O.tP. a> Adjutant. The Rarbadoa Haaiment Hit ItAMltntlBKOIMKMI .TRIM.IB l\< Rl *-t c Stl CBM Mandevllle rtm n IIMII' arRIAL NO. aa r-iv fJimntert a cummiaMon In Iha rank of 2 l.t by HI Iha Oovarnar a*a p—aa." Tian.leir.^1 I t aa And Iranlrrrei' %  1 0 Active 1 11 BBB. l-romoted CSH HO Co> 0" BKXWES-COX. Muar S.OLP aV Adjutant. ts mm* 11 S*p Rea> vent. ItVJlIn POLICE NOTICE THE BAHAMAS POLICE RF.CRl'ITS WANTED T.un" 'lie Bahamas' Police. %  MINIMUM requirement* — n subject by birth. Age: 22 to 2? year*. Education: not less than Standard VII. Height: 4* 9" in bare feet. not ten than 36" expanded. Single men only will be eonndcrrd AppUo tell at th* Police? Training Scnocl. Ditr.ct •A" 01 10J :8th September. > I' ipplymg unlesfi you satisfy all the above requirement*. ; i^artnuanerv Binto %  10th SepiemlH. T. MICHF.LIN. Colonel. Commissioner of Police. 12.9 52Jii. DIRECTORS' REPORT FIRST ANNUAL RF.PORT OF THF IUKFITOKS FOR THE PERIOD 1BTII MARCH. 1951 TO :WTH JI'NK. \**l The Directors have the honour lo present the Annual Report on the working of the Company and the Financial Statement with the Auditor's Report thrreon for the peril 1! above rnentloncd and inclusive also of the crop per-od 1st Januarv to ISth March 1951. SHARES:—During the period under review 125.053 shares tf £1 each were sold. GENERAL.—The new Hoails built al HOTM Hill. Vauffhiu. Mt. Danes Joes River, Prizeri and Springfield have eonsidn ably enhanced the value .f these estates. The (iulf Oil Company has been carrying out tests in the area. The question of land sui vevs eontta LMfl t> engage the altention of the Directors. Several thousand coconut trees have been planted in suitable areas in accordance with our plans for the sgjltblighmenl and devek|ed of a coconut and citrus industrv in Ufel aii'.i PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT:— From the Net Froflt of $40,414 70 the Director* n'cniiunend the following payments and allocations:— Tiansfer to CJeneral Raiarvg 6*. Preference share DIVI'I.IKI S20.U51 00 kesa J7.H1RD5 Income Tax V Ordmarv share Dividend $9.134.4fi lesg |3,43a IS Income Tax Transfer to Income Tax Reserve Transfer to Labourers' Children's Welfare Q| ScboIaggMa) Fund Transfer to Labourers' House Repan or Improvemet t Fund 1 ransfer to Profit and LOM Account AUDIT:—Mr. E. H. Bohne was appointed as Auditor for the period, i Itgible for election. OFFICER^;—U is with deep regret thai the Directors record the passing of the late Adam Straughn Husbands J P who rendered outstanding service to the Company us its Agricultural Attorney and also served in the capacity of a Director. During the year Messrs. Q, Ci. Medfonl, C A. Coppui and Dr. E. W. Roberts have bean appointed to hold office until the next Ordinary General Meeting. At the first Oidinaiy General Meeting all of the Dim • ffi axcapl the Managing Director retire automaticallv and are eligible for election. J. B BECKLES. Chairman M. i; SYMMONDS, -Maoafing Director F. \!IL.L1NGT()N.—Secretary. itFVKMK AIXOINT. rtBIUI) 1ST JAM ARV. I1M TO 30TII SIS*. 1H2 DEPARTMENT OF SCII NCE A AGRKTLTURE Tha Dfpnrlment <.f Ma .• %  > % %  ulnin'ill IHPN • HaaRi I kinantltv af planting l I %  i n tjllSJ jviilable mi distribution later m the year 2 This variety ha relativilv i'f plant I RM, and has an excrllerh jinr*> It i* recommended for trial o p the righ rainfall areas only. 3 Thosa parsons drairous ol laMataSlagJ planting matrn I V.IIH-U .hnuld apply in Mttgaj %  nn. %  -\diii ultnr,KM later than Tuesday. SOlh Sfpiemi .T. 1952. ApplicanU BJtM harmed m due eonrag when thr\ art BU -ena leg pianmnt aaa> %  %  TMIaRM KIK I Mr SICIM \ tlf (iKtll Ml rROVISIHW S 5.000.00 iis,osioa S 5.709.04 $15,155.34 S I OH 00 40R 00 S 1.002.27 anil is now i \i'i MM I t i:i Cane Purchase Coat of Plantation Canes General Expense*. Land Sales and Commlasion Llceneo of Vehicles Appraisemeni Interest Transportation and Freight Rant Sugar Bags Factory Supplies .. Repalri U machinery 4V Vehirles ot Transportation Stationery Taxes and Insurance Wax** and Salaries i .!' %  i [•:iv:,l>l,. Fuel Rater Miu nd Water Rate lluilding Repairs o| i A Tractor* 20'. i t291.311.02 :U,*90.W5 31 94t.2e 252.24 n.M J9.351.75 21.549.16 07.00 78.llt.75 13.715.30 lit.108.81 532. Itt %  gggfcM M2.B24W7 1.002.00 llfilllMI r.^31 2X41 330.39 iU'lHi' H80.H4HI' Itma-rve Puad *g.ono.0o PVallt 4.4I4.70 RETINUE Property and Produce Account Sale* of Proilure & Ptopatty .1.132.513.75 Le Cot of Property Sold oo.ooo.nn $1,072,313.73 PROFIT AND LOvs AtTOl'NT I on O'r La*aa bicomg Pref<-rTax I2O.851.O0 7.818.95 3 9.134.40 3.423.42 ll.vuU'rd of S", on Ordinary Shniv. I.eaa Income Taw Income Tax Reserve General Reserve Uboura magaVal l"eginnin' ..11 tht I'ernment PfpartmenW — (.Irnaaln r Bwi t.pply of ground proviaiona fot the t aVtObSt IMBa t> Usa potatoai •i-i" %  1 il>. .1 Miniilh as govftticd hj bag numlh-r ni p.1. nets. ii> ba daUvored I ly at the 1 Mental llaapltal; s % %  >. •tutooi — approximately 5.00J lb* .. vci'k. tu IKdehvued al tt.. g] t.ti H pttal ta i<< %  %  %  I .Itr at Van as available. ( %  .,-... ii.|.lataretlo aHvoal Be4ato ..|.|n..xima1ely Ml Iba. a . H doUeefad twiea w.-fhiv ag Ml,'!I nlalili MOVJ as available. Breadfruit — aa available 00 per 100 lbs .it 4Ui li .1. h %  DJ kg daUiafid .i Hu Ututa. f the period 2. TVJBOBBTI atatRlH I if Ihe alHivemvnliniKHl iiiinmotl turn QOncvrned itiiimii i.n h mini lo the 31M of DggagBjgaar, 1932. 3 TOgatVan shmilit DO tom in B I D sealed envrlapn. .uliln si tit tinCat0BMa%1 Setlttan (.nut D 1 BBJ) leach llie Colonial Serrclurv'i Oaagg nut lain lhan M pjn Wi 'itH Saptemtxi'. IMS] The tnv.-I.iiic vh.-nl.' -larked — "Tenders fui lOM • Furthei information is obi lIMttlg %  %  laj BalBgaataJ BBBj th* lai/Jl <-l %  i 3 ThCJovernmrn' .1,1 tfjag toweil any tender 11 'i A? IIMIIK. llK SI'PPLIEN SXALED TENDERS Brill as i.eivmi it QM Hospital up to I oVlock noon on WcdnaKiay. IttB September. 1952, for aupplyin articlaa m tha following llnan lm :• Derma nf ix month* from 1 October. 1992: — (II FRESH P.HF. M* (2) ALCOHOL 13) corrrNSi and p nrieUagi HOARSE tor the hnn.ii Ihe dead at llie WMtbuiy Cemetery <4I PtIKK FHF-SH Vtl K. between 2011 ami 250 plnl.s day only FnrniB for ihe respective ban '1 1 l ill bfl %  %  ; | III 1 B lagdl lUa kg the rt".nrlarv ol KR4 Ol i ,1 BOd tetaaSri will Bj lertaineil except they arw on fordU ..upplled by tha General HMpitJi ParaotiM leiidcriny aggaj ,I.FC-.I, ,H |Rg iu. •• %  • ,1, ri.tu lalic from fii'o olhrr jat-rantia laaogl %  > roperfcj *arprei'"l''ii aV bgggjavseanki (a BaVoaio be/awd g| u'citc* for the faptlanal f U i-oairoci. Tern 1 %  Of I % %  obtaUM on Bpagg M %  Iha Donors! H 109.32:i LIABILITIES A CAPIT4I. AUTHORISED CAPITAL 120.000 Prefci %  1 each £120.000t57B.UOO.IIO )ii.OOO Ordinary Bharei ci mm c 40.000 :$i92.iHio.o C 160.000 S708.OOU.OO ISSUED CAPITAL M.261 OnJimrv ., %  I I c.i. b $174,052.80 bh.792 Preference Saarea ( 1 .en 420.201 SO $OO0J54.4O PAID UP CAPITAL: 14.548 Ordinar>' Share* Fully S 09.820ff'i n'lmary Sharea Partly paid 44.360.00 79.117 Preference Share* rulhp paid S379.761.60 1.878 ITeference Share Partly pc id 20.824 65 '; id up Capital A.'i ;< ulttiral Bank ti Loang Payable d to meet Government Fund 1953 kDtl Payable S.lriea Payable Profil an.) Loaf 400.580.23 IBM ftl M %  Tajr&ja g.OOOAU 30.797.2E 95.578.89 2.092 oe 40,414.70 $1.114.60201 ASHETH Property Pureftae Pr'ca f93).432.29 Legal Expenw*. Rod.. Surveying Ii-'imvementa ii|.349 31 S.P.C.A. PHOTO COMPETITION It I l.ES Phnbaa of an animal or grnup of nnini.il Any slae—Bta.k ..nd WhH Onl> C'Uving li.t, itl A OesBtlOH ivaervvfl Ihe rich! to rcprotlunany prm' l'ii/es ..witrili'-t !• %  HM Itt % %  %  %  phOtO. Klltl'.IIKi 1ST I'RIZE gsafj pm/i 1RII PRI/I *r H.IHl 1.00 I -i of thr w 111 be linal All photos In Police aSaWlOfl, < o I grapbic CipinpirttttOI tha s.p.c A OflaO li rb 1 \ and mntkni SI'' I I" %  Leu Coat "f Properly Sold Bank Balance ftojSsI Bank of Canada it.-..id naiaawc B'dna, c< op. Bank LinUtOg] Loans on Proper;y Balen Horse Hill Reeateaoag Loana on .Proper* Sale* Mt i)"A.-t. ; Reeatvable Preliminary Fxr>enaes Loana pl-i.' Lorriea and TnctOfa Deprc. -i Siock of Fan.., s,,p p ;,,.. St.'k of M-Nurea. for 1943 Crep I 1112781.65 00.000.00 3932.78165 S 32.04140 S 6.40180 1.932 20 1.531.58 29.033.00 14 533 88 30.797 28 31.114.00201 ArnrroR*** EKPOET I hen |hot 1 have examined the foregwi.i the Company. I lave obtained) all Ihe information tne above Balanae Sheet .4 property IM I aava) required and thai In my rat a iru.. and correct view of the -ran at tan an 1 the MAKE Vot;it GARDEN BEAUTTFUL WfTIf YATES SEEDS The Seed* lhat *!-o' Freah Nuppliea ot— YATES %  t Vegetable S***' Also "YATES BULBS SPREKELIA FORMOSISMMA 4 0 each TABEROSE (Double large Clumps I 4 2 0 eatii CRYTHANTI'S lAlfafa LUj) e-.ch OhfainaWa 01.— BOOKER'S (B'DOS) WWJfi STORFS LTD. Hma.1 flkatt. and Hastmci (ALPHA PHAJU IDWARD I! JVMINtAattHc Pimples 60 Cause Killed in 3 Cays aaatj wu %  -•.•. Mtn %  % %  Nixoderm r Sk.n Traablci ASTHMA Mucus Dissolved First Day %  In J mttmtaa UKNngro ta, ,„, %  •i.ciiatt nf a famoaa doetar—eirru%  *!>• .-urt.•d-y tha aJ, tlnia t*laa Iraa. aa l.r. .IVII-L. HII-I r *%  Tnohaa. Iio i.la at lna.ilanil i. AMhaaa >il i TIM. avaa RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE CONE! Obifinele ceMgtle'afs rllaed by KIU1CHEN safferen from rbaamatlam will ba intarMted in tli experlam-e related in < %  mw'M ltter 'Som y*'* a* > I began \ o s t....| irtriniM: %  %  In my arma anJ-houlitei-r. Than K urt atarted tn tiie -mall or HIT k, incraaalna uatll ihe, wiw raallv aayera. I ftoiight .1 tnn'l* of Kruavihan ami waa aurpiiaail to Ami that I >< %  Hl'lire!'-! I bOBSfBl SJi ''h.T m.I in'! TC II anu fluuhml all TIIV paina bad tfuna ami from that dav have not api-earad again Mr pains w^r on.iHiuitu and tha rcltaf roaJls* aurprlne.1 me." -T.B. f Rliatafnatlc pallia and backnche ara uauallv tb* rnaull of pocona E tha M ivdpol-ona which i*/y *..!> and Urn. kldnaya ara falling to cspel. For tjaaa oompralota tbara la no finer treatment than Knuuhan 8-a.ta. which cleanaaa all iba Internal •nua, atlqnilaua tham to norfaal haalt h ai tlon and 1 him raitoroa fr-ahi-.> and rigour. •UI ChsmlaU sod Atorea aall Kruachan •* IhrouHhnut %  hara laciaaaad lhatr talafi" tKiMfB >tud>lna uiu oa> poal tallBl *<• BOUK-KSTPINO. SEi'MtTANvunr iieaiNsaa or 'lANaZATKIN. .IIMUSJICIAI LAW. KCONoaiaCN. .kc tied .1 Iraa lo ovaraeaa Mudnila Pipit ...nl.-l Bt u aaalHal fiaa I ..MILS .1 IK.l,| ,1) loan f,', ',•%',',',•,',; ;*s,;-s, *.',-. -, JUST RECEIVED H OR I II K .1 M i| M Mil I. Mil I I I HUM roiium C. CAKLTON IROWM Whi.les.lr A IteUll Dnsgglst 136 Rofburk 9L HU1 3313 No Visit lo Ci'Mduo bl CUin] unit vmlmg th %  (AIRABWk HOTEI ia -hurl rldr H.IMI ft*n i Overlook. i %  a/I o|a of HOIiTIIIM; KEIIU II.,,ill ngj ovei -he .sea. i< %  i i hlov Irlnk A* lymow PlantetS I'uiifh r have Lt'Ni II—n\—or lilNMK M II \ nt rOFFKK at II %  Af'ci i III>*. i!ui|ipiim peil %  l \< R \IHNK %  a swim to enjoy its coolnes* A.tk for and look at its room*. r.irin -. for l.uiirh and IIIIIIIT arranged. Illnlnc Room on Terrace l.lcphone NIIH and 8011



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r PAOI -IXTIIN SI SOW AhMK \TI SUNDAY, -.1 I'M Mill If II. I83S \CKH i in mi. vnrss: Cane Root Infesting Mealy Bug By K. W E. TUCKBB IN it Cuw Root Infesting Mealy Bug S, %  •*/ W. must not be contused with the Cane stem mealy buii which has been known for a lony time in Btfbttlot and is under contra! The mot i noticed on tw< separated plantation* in the hilli.-r rod .-oil areas in 1951 WM I IM third 'i tu irth ratoon fields which had prevtol nVj given gootj tOHU#n itarttd t*> fail either mmph lely or m pttcflOB. 3RD SKA SCOUTS HOLD AQL'ATIC SJ'OKTS %  %  L %  DOM report* ... %  .Lilt W.l asjoiated wilh %  amall a-faftfa) re uni m in s.nie caiw growing areas, icnton decline r.-ipacity 0 | torn* planlal. D BOMl iltt not be attnIM1 to lack cf rainfall %  %  • to be I direct outcon %  %  lulea by iii* small bug. Survey is made and is I ntU.ua i to find out %  .-. the r %  ..r hall Una %  F..| youngsters in methods of Obscrv..t tion. Pathfinding and Mapping. %  %  %  %  .. %  .-.. .IT. The route was not indicated befinm n Vt l ni f r < the start and to i Jed scouts were left behind •:. itch closely, up the trail' Thr The jetty at Plantations Ltd. cessful up to %  certain point as thibH through tna heavy rains in the country washed 1.1V the signs placed by tho ll-wlahera watched the Sports G.S.M. Otherwise the hike was i It took six hours. gperta n LocJon und : .11. Waithe and %  ere ai followi >1 VAItDS i rtl I STYLE 1. Cumberbatch 2 It I d 3 %  %  2-1 YARDS BA< i,s l.. Kl : Cumb BOAT I %  %  DIVE I, CUP I 50 YARDS FREE B1 vi.r t. Cuml arbotch; 2 %  : YL1 I. Reld 2 Waithe 3. Cl CATHEDRAL Si'Ol'TS damage to the loll H to ,, HH SE .„ i ,,,, i %  . On Thui tl edral Group with their OTOUI %  und pored and planted in can. e ,-, C*apl. AriilMroni* 10 Mtfl'" ropj Mr. R IV. Tl IKIlt %  able, gt the such H i %  brown haid %  not con Idered suitable ind i\.|L 1 In <|<|<| ^ -l.-nl amg toh. The .... ot lelds a M U "YOA MAR" that the MM M.I' bug ZOECUS new ftp* lei nut nearest in Identification u> N I HXJMIUKNSIS. M was ne\t ascertained lh.it the golden yellow am had t*en recorded many years un<, la Barbados and that planters had seen It and (nought it was some sort of wood ant. No one however had ever seen the nnall wane mealy bug before, nor liad they of the i night next Cap! W. II R A.I..SU..I.,; Will 0V. R Ultl bUg in its jaw. from these exp. .to shov Wl! | i*. followed b) %  . %  %  niat crop .-. i, i n t are ii hkeiy iu Th i %  '•' iH tost mttl third oi faurth about 16 minutes. %  toon cropo; thai U bi am Ume N '" 1 11 I.M 4V„ 1/ f 'l-r—f. be ran led out. both on %  mall OO 1 OU 1 flliltl %  in f 1 !. CK of i inovm ploti ind on %  | ptontaUona; f.>r U ratooi >?ars of guxl rainfall .in, •,. seen the flving '"''T 1 *? n daniugmj and evanth< %  !;;: ':''' "^ .s* %  • root twps It's Hot? r-roun-l ihaps ,h # f SS'.^ ... the ..-. ,.!| |, M IIUH • ^22 ',' ,X r 0d f rMl ht in winter In Ponta Delgada Y allure iSftfysTl^SS „. ^ How* stand The failure of raluon crops in r '' pi rtm. fields or areas wa. not new J t rl V ' • WottOO I tat ill Otl to damage by the l l)orer BEETLE IHAI'ltEPE-S hi h ; irom AIUIHEVIATL'S. It is possible, Kni !" !! but not very probaUt, thai when ... "" aearchina cane ratoon roots for grt % %  vhna maalj the roots had been uveiThe fnct .i new apede of mealy hug and that .'allures of raloniis had appeared in a season of nt rainfall, und In areas not m-unlly affected by root to its being a new i : ii.:. IF nana, or one which for ..tine reason had suddenly I %  menace to laloons and _, had been noticed tor the ilr^t P tuna la 1951. Whatever the reasons for Its Bx I bavinsj bean noticed in 1051 U> % %  fte er ag no doubt that In Baibados H U i pctmarj paat to ;v-'.i in and that U la the increase and that || being used aoraer iei nsaehlntn for disnight temper. .lore of 10 and humidity a: f* Rixuls in Da Costa Lnmi Repaired mtly, re de to th !>< • i I ,m. an .. pan d th. i Itai punided dema oi thU .,,,.., ,,„„ ... any type •.( w. has also I>I a snort-eul from Deigh* %  PIPE LINES LAID i po line h ive to ntly bpen injurious to successful latooning g| lal must be ',.' "" **<": noticed that modern field cutJ-ildaStVwii. .or,'!' '"*" "" ,l UvattoD lihrthod. break ur .,. redure the mealy hu,: association Weiks Deu.rtnvent m the soil, hut do not destroy it: rruvi s,aaaar" hence plant canes are retraoroad by i rtli eu bj Dying %  May and Juntf ... the hlghaol iver%  gflsj da) Wraj i tha ytai —show 87' on the thcrtnomc T.t and Tt at night anu humldltlea Augu.st. September and Oclober i laiupfratures nf 86" and night tempe. I bet w e en M '•luf "3 out II otter beeauaa the average 1 I Odds in toe hU %  --luetii 71 and Bo In tact, what we cat) Highways A t |„. ^ monthi are n nil %  Ml %  .||,. %  hoi In H. Idgnt a*i i.i reeord%  ratui Barbado :.. whi • %  100 It can i. London i Si I have %  rtU hTeefch Devotl I Sei In New 1 v M ( A., ni m "'" ,1 lamparaturai \.ili be held thai evening at IJO which have reched 102 and rrviiT xotional Al YJMaCA. tn control this dai /, %  In what Mil InaectoxL en Mi J. G. A '1 kill the ants and mealy %  pi tiue. how to apply it '.that it A %  > .i invlt application can l>e t.itr.i Into Ihe '< %  '" u at ,v, o gci plantation routine, mid at what ral put p %  %  nexl %  %  inpooi devtto In Am* lot thd '< %  I l icvli 1>J It Every Time .^..^,,. jimmv Ilaclo K I B-e-Bur OUS *EW > -JOSE ISKT flMSMED Vtr-VWE OWT W3VE ff-K A^T GOT tO PLE TO OO WE COm?ACTUR pfft^vsED rro BE R=-DyeuT-m.1. BE A CE1V MORE-. LOOK, BUO'-ITS *JO SK"M |§/<4MD ^LL TWE HOTELS OFF AW NOSE WHAT .' AVC FILLED. 1 63V1EXJR LEA'I-'D CO*JIRAC-U:< \ TfJIK'G TELLS A^E OD OR ClON'T DO! TUIS IS i> THE. EIGMTRA.LLS LEASE EFFECTIVE lOQAY.'f HILL HIE'TO WS'RE AVJV^VJQ i^ AS OF ^ L'VE 'N A TREESiuey COULD AOVE"> V,* / ""O *E CELLAR \ —\ ^3rrtVr'"i' _^— — ^ — A, %  UkCfOR ) RE**r*y FO-5 TME %  n i %  -. .. > %  fi %  Jaf?M-iy I %  "\\ V THE %  '.;. TL'AT ; KE-"5 SOIM3 P^E4M HOUSE TT WAS-—NOW IT'S MORE Of 7 A NIC-.. W M0 A n. .3M, | ru.



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ESTABLISHED 1095 BARBADOS SEPTE! SB U. ISM PRICK MX CENTS NATO Armada Stage Biggest Peacetime Exercise Nine Nations Combine To Repel NEW LAW WOULD M ,-. HLK QUEEN 6'ISotion Federal charges Bungling "Invasion" In Northern Norway First warhips to vail fruu Scotland'* Fir'-.s of Cl I Forth win >nada had assemble-: k force of d frigates Tre> will eh i crullers and bettk Fi*ht planet mm lh RojraJ AnForce r. istal Command were icheduled lo put an .iir umbrelli I'rum Ml Oniirtorn I U.S. Tourist Pays 5'Far £2,000 Stone Abruid I'S.S. Franklin n RoeaavelL at Sea, Sept. 13. THK WORLD'S nUghticat peacetime naval armada steamed throu 3eal tha aid of Norwav. whose two northernmost provil OVt mm by an "invading army" from the East. itlon Malnbrao the blggaet Joint naval t i ever held, hejian officiall> al mianighl With the (lashjnn of orden to Naval ( i to repel an N invatkm'' of Unavia from %  > %  direction <>i nutate. Orden aam J60 vessels from nine natloni and 80,000 men hnlf of them North Americana Into "action". Mrlb Jrnr: William Dooling an touring the Quee nsl and i hundred null i bought . pretty, stone rem a bearded old prospector i:s A (tern itNr in the cttj revealed ii u PI mi' and woi-.n Now Dooling wanti to in Australia and has applied i 40-acro mining ICJMEg, UM 'he llrst 50 nisrruion that the Wi I "here the Mri e/aa foand. miles, after which planea a prevent. Uaahtnctoii i!> i maali Irero rlara will take over DurThe AH; luprct ing tir 13-d.iv exercJai warning in ail** 1 *" ,oc<1 u %  %  %  the nuaV Botilla 4II %  •,*$ Slates (quick frocen. An leetric tube in"nccupied" areas of Norway • • ,,, w ,, r |,| U T the machine thaws i it and 1.500 United S' % %  .,., ] Iniis ,,, whom ha ** a ""' '' Wenty seethe Danish island of Jutland and Ufa arltl -him send a ta^k fOI Baltic death" Sea n* far ... "hiptalni riiaasenlliut Bornhoiin bland half* etween Jowl | ,,„„ mi(1 catholic the southern 4tp *f neutral Bvn aid brief eervlci den and Russian occupied eastern pave U form-r Secretarv ot Germans. •c,..„,., C. Mai Sneak Attnck tha mamotial, %  Mid w,, whom life ently aimed ,it Brinun'l meat without freedom is worse than povrerful fighting ship. Vjnnuni doath." t.r and at it* meal Gen. Uidgwuv \\ arns Russia siHKSNES. France. Sept. 13. H Kidgway thai hi* Alii* i Jimi". will -crush to earth" i %  lot M.ltMMiriK: John Btl % %  id now a nursing] %  %  Uan IH rnonUM AOdon with toi, phoi .loan Patricia •eavtrig lor Australia. Ha iikii •h, pound ol nej voice, her quick laugh. He k to % %  lit'If...:"" hou y "*** her from Australia II. for the first tune when %  rived in Sydney thai w* %  few hours later. %  Plan Approved STRA Bt H RQ Sepl 13, an European Coal Steel P \ %  %  rnmedlate work on the constitution tor B >littcal fadt Prance, fVaetern German) Iti olland, Belgium and Luaembourf. Bj . itroni majoritj tha 78-member Houae approved .> plan to convert itaell tltutlonal Aaaembl) and pn I poUUcal ui the %  •ix tnduatria] an't military potential outatrlpa th.it o1 Soviet Husnia I'll!' \ Wesl-liound Trucks Bold BY Soviets KING FREOEtlCK ol I)i M irk Eagle, the veter.n: ll'u-.trloy, -M: the v s eerriei WHchi. Although they were no* expected with the nett laai than *ix hours out ol BcOtUah portl the eight-nation armada • It had Iteen esemtdl to SO miles at sea by planes of the HAF Coastal Command undM a plan W t sara b y the RAF took day patrols and the United States. Anforce nic*it vigil The lim warning that the Heel was under '-attack" came when a membership r 010 "" !' % %  k *' $£ZL iSTvmZSZ' that a torpedo had been lli-ed rv#0 %  quickly "flred" level with tin' "IlUnrttJOUi' and the "Vanguard". C'.JV. Disregard Ma lik \s Objections BaGe'i Col. See. W as rvouritt* For MtMTitor's Post 11 eed him to the throne constitutional iimcndmenfj adopted b) Pai KinBi aadaugliI by Helgn (/'iU-rnational| t %  Berlin end %  ( ...|u-,sUU I • .. '. i .H i lied on 1 %  hat twelve On S %  n, raliad II UNITED NATIONS, Sepl 13 |OFOHGF.TUWN. B.C., Sept. 13. delegate JacobX Malik "• Daily chronicle'* Buffered Wha| .na\ well bg btl %  "respondent cabled to-.. ha United Nations Sir William Savage. Governor ol unity Council dU-| Barbados, will be new H.G.'i Govreaarded I and voted amor. P gevto u a reporti bad mei rninU) to debate the tioiml Sir Andrew Wnght%  ppUcj U Lao Cambodia, Gfii. Haaleclocqae Visits Bry Of l'unis TUNIS. S'pt. 13. Tne rri % %  ' % %  %  Jean de Hautei Friday on the Be) 7ie i cation %  reta uri lo the Council's Coma membe r ship. Instead the 11i nation bod] decided m three sep.nrate vet) -he appliC %  Ihi A do*/] known that U> I rual Fl l>v the French cabinet, — t'-l" tCyprus'" Governor, Sb John Arun %  dell, the Windwards' Governor ami lion. John Chltch, BX1 • Colonial Secretary, now O AC as probable .successors to Sir Char.c:i In ll.G. the newspaper' the past weeks have i><, i crowdad with lattara uTgtng <<••• appointment of Hon. John Quten and a move wai bjlna peUUOn Whitehall foi h meat, emphasising big poive.i abOlty and hi-, hrst hand bnow< ledn of U i i coi in Gulch durUU the past Mo yewi became popular throughout UM beared thai Whitehall Will DOt create a prei'ANML'NJOM. Sept. 13 cedent to promote a Colonial 8aeCommunist aoldlei w ked Ully f,, „,. Governor m the same panniun-l roUmy wll| |,. gpyaynori ll colonies are entitled to protnotlofl Sir Alfn-d Savag" the Dall) (hrnielr\ Londca report say* he ha an imprest ve reoord l" Bar.( has a reputalion for being one of the best dressed Governors. RuMia EVepuiog %  Commifrtist Surrenders Ihe corri d or I jom to the UniU-1 Nation' Una laet night and fave bunaaW up to the same two United States ma%  rlnes who accepted the iiuTendef of a truoa driver 2* boon before disclosed tin mornlna. Th the ih-rd Red to bra k through tii-armirsp within a week.-f.F. FIGURE IN EGYPT'S NEW CRISIS Producer Leave* tail Today HOLLYWOOD. Sept, 13 J IToduccr Walter W.. •chedule-i %  from Jail man OVOi ' %  %  r, served 10J daya %  voundint: II' itefugw Reveala Soviet In Iriguv \ ml Corruption WASHINGTON Septi n I %  LOVE FOR A GERMAN GIRl aused .i Kussmn \flee into L'nited States custody fpom tinSoviet Zone ul anj ir tclli i hi was "extremely inU'lliL. i*" ''very frank but vet % craft An it Rf* of subiwts InHurlmtrljrueand moral decadenei U StaUn'g onclal family. %  • ataten % %  %  Ihi I Jom pfa Beria, head of the Inualan eecrel pol to bwI*or "l%ssiblf War"* %  ,1 *" h '' "" Ihn • „ I them WASHING :•-. %  against tha United t donunanl • a refuge. t hag 1 %  The Btab D, pai m. i | with an ui Ruminn who bel . lest" arc not v< no) verj opUmi Uc about the ou) com.of Hire the %  met i -ucii an long t,>r (he port said .. He had "heard 1 rhe rei ... | *.i • %  ; v. M Uototov %  pcrien Pj %  ; luct of Intold hi^ bit rviewei Ii ah that the An-.i %  take In no die Bovtet regime aft, r ha* Ing Q Bui I : i %  I %  i %  %  --<-,( Rve HKM %  B> Berlin rommunlri preu said I Wi i liinei "aBiven iw.. Miri In |all i %  epublb P said Wllhetm Slebs n Bed a om Kii I Germmro v.,^ picked up IIN communist %  in June He % %  % %  convti led ot talei i i %  %  One We n ad three ... %  muubng %  : i.m u too da WhO do HOI want the national par %  i ved of their ovi relen i %  It.i'F delegj U Mil hai I I> bre lIUHMl I fed> nrUon ^,-.1 the work "f lutions \ %  mblj by refe tl i taak to Kperl —VT. Soviet Ships Take Food For India LONDON, | announced th i,iilt'ct fi-i India with fi--i f,n the famine stricken o no UMa % %  ... I:.-.. iliHtnbute it id object 'h pn-oii || %  dlcUtoi i %  u %  F.'rugKle for Power %  nf t m rally .in Raai Bet I A II nnd Fan Ism I->I pee .ii-ni." inQerrnan voutl ceannutnlat lion < ailed on east and I west German \"uths '< dcmim•liate aiHtnat western aUtOd and V. %  %  I rititrnet I -D.F! \tu llir|i School Opened bi GtetmSk %  • I MM. Si pi IJ rare* ided tl opanini --f the Anatl si hool ui r -oi< en lasl • % %  i ... Qovemoi Arundell the f.,11, Ar.-hllct. of the I .a,-i often to deatrud B.< i,, ,II. <> on .-. i i i I .,, %  nan ml on -iid.11--I tinLean if ail denorn Board ol Education, wai %  hi unv lllnga ol li !,.< %  ,. UOOi "' UM l-uildings. in%  • r.llIM Ihe s-ii.-tv ha • %  %  rOVl'l familie %  i | ivornment "' BevuM ii that IILC i,--t and oLnpanion cash gbft would bo . | I Conunitsee lot i,* stsrving'' in UM Audi ol htadi i Phe Indian ,.\ at uw io<" 1 %  merit n*eif ot ithe Indian Red The iii'i am %  \ (go returned i reuei pat ixio from i onununl I . Ihui .i bould be dlati Ibuted i i i iicii ilnged "Joint Corn Lelnld Bol UM AMI Union Central i, ; i nun i lunctl, announced dcpartui I i hlpi foi %  %  i t r Ttinisinni Will BlU-leaied TAJ1 % %  • ... , .. i %  -1' thi will Ue,l on Monday,— 1'T. Gen. Dwifhf D. Eisenhowsr GOF PRESIOENIIAL eamlidauGen. Dwight D. Kuwnhnwcr, In a forei| i poUey aaaaeh oeHvered in hla, aecuae* the Administration ot bungling the nation "perilously close to World War III He outlined a 10-point proI'-im for winning world peace. i anhuaai raid Ike country's ultimate goal must be Ihe "geri."iiamenfof all countries. Eisenhower Supporters In Majority NEW YORK. Sept 13 D. H.-M-nhowi-r s backcontrol ovei the top poeitloni of the II Party with %  icshufTle ii the National Exei utlva Coin I %  i Ii pres louelj oo nald %  red bj th'rirnds of Sen itor Rnl i %  lit I • iiiowvi supporti,(t men i (•uveriiiiiL: IIIHIV %  >.. rnlnj body of ihe %  t | inmittce I munced by Repunllcan run i Aithur F.ummerdcld '. .-.* %  % % %  alignment pruaenl %  against BlsenhoweT loi the July —i *.r. B II v bo %  ] %  S1 t> %  I %  %  %  rnent "—r.i*. %  efed IratlHTs \flo|l Sadarj Rropoawh f.'asl Europe Must Litmrmte Itself vNKFUBT, Sept II ... %  roretaa Relation It %  %  %  .. u %  I EOYPTIAN PREMIER Aly Maher Psaba lleftl has realgnsd in tbe fac* Of prwuiure from military I^saer Ma). Oen Mohammed Nwguili (right), according to Cairo di-patches Gen. Nsgulb declared he would form a goveransnt ''mostly of civilians" to rule the troubled country Aly Maher became, premier when King Faronk *i deposed His resignation coincided with a wido-pread political purge. —'frirrmaiional'. Shah Real firms His Desire For Oil Dispute Solution TEHU A court official calle B de-arc for a r-olul on |0 the Oil 1 a Visit 1 v t h,B %  D'Affa rs %  %  its bv Mossadegh. %  %  %  %  ' \ngloReli.it>!' I % %  Mossadegh d thev may a court I <• present oil tangle and askMiddlei %  • i that BrlM m^ke greab %  my of the Unitid Stales was sa d to have lead Uw %  l#lp ran .1'inugh it might fur nsh Or Halmar Schacfal f-imer %  %  i % % %  have apI of tan bank notes, but %  B29'sBomb North Korean War Plant Waves of United Krr. eflantly orried [he "••u" Korean war lo the doorstm of both the Soviet Ui i and would Chin. nMelftamr* j -ft m with MHI tuns of demolition bamhs at northwett Korea ... vital Sulgho plant directly across the Yalu River fr wlepeliduaooa. Manchuria. Thev reported "good to excellent" result* I Uut h n "' f ,n '" 1 do '"' %  %  '"' '" light navy atUek-bon I from the I "Princeton" and "Bon U.-IT, Richard" in the Jaian S> Northeast Kon centre of Hoervong within sight %  I %  Siberian frontier Nat aid tha' tl the 30 (arrack* in th.* •• rest. Ui H .... . %  i. %  nil I in-1 pn par(irant Dies tO go gainst then thej "iust lib%  %  %  lion %  %  %  %  % %  fog Unlonafi meeting was, I to begin at It, but it i..i i ot \f ". iftai %  i %  %  . %  % %  ( BV m ben and their lark of punr'ualiiv ,r.,Ving. Tae pa) ddeot, Mi t Q D %  ... ttent iceount %  %  %  MRYKRSTF.IN DIES GRENADA Sepl II %  %  LONDON Sept 13 tendeni D t-i l 6eu %  . i i %  • %  ... '. ,nv "Seraphiii Torn t >ii n i i' Ru %  %  %  ("ommuiust attempt to %  %  i central fr-mt A few Turkey Impresses Ritlgway %  %  Dem onstra tors Enter Hrussels I :.s. Sepl of II %  ii, ..rni.li irirn rv I %  %  ....... d an attack of tr > %  %  v duel rocked the entire area peak and I lark on tl %  %  %  %  -ir %  id because of the bun %  %  %  %  about in aayuii: %  %  %  little \l any corudderal nng Ited nggressloi. Almoa %  %  t r 100.000 %  I .,llci Ui %  %  %  I '. i i) tngh: %  .... Include a v.-st %  %  lion by I %  i lRA :'IGr. ''.. -n ol ih* WORLD'S CHAMPION CYCLE %  y ll You are on a WINNER when you ride a Raleigh! A Ralcigb was the choice of Reg Harris— W.-rWi ProfessiooaJ Sprint (3uinr>in to the second year io auccciiion. Here is proof ot (be wisdom ui buying your bicycle from a t.mpany with imb great technical CKpcriencc anj *nuwlcJge that designed and built the record-breaking RALEIGH. RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL SICVCLE .'i CAVE, SHK.PIIERD & to., um. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street. i crcn n roMnriF i HI* ioa 4-aesio < MOUT a rruaMsv. a ANO DTNONUI *jg


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