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PAOF. TWO SUNDAV ADVOCATE -.1 NDA1 --I I'll >ll M I '" %  PIAZA THIATREi K HCI I VIM tui BUGLES IN THE AFTERNOON UUA1U8 .M.I HMI T* A T.nta... ILL SET YOU FOR THIS TWO TICKETS TOJ %  ROADWAY * %  Ml MAHT1N MI LLtH %  %  Mil (.. • * I J. STRANGE BARGAIN BUNCO SOUAD SIR WALTER SCOTTS IVANHOE George KHiabeth Joan 'AYLOR SAN'DKCs TAYLOR FONTAINE OPPNS. FRIDAY OCTOBER BD 5 and Ml •t 1.1 O III d nsisfllgglfiii i r UM D i III start on TOTBDAV OCTOlo miDAY ITfH I 30 pm Will nil Schooli includin | Pi that hflVt i->l taati ui HK < ;i i ! %  THEATRE Americans Are Missing The Laundry Trimmings American tourisU have rumhair timea as much DM i pared British laundry methi %  i Ho," said Mr. J. C unfavourably With 'hoe HI their Boltnu. a laundry ilrm's exccu* own countr>. In particular, t) • My thai here thffr shirts do not %  Handling hanf*—the coal or get the delicate ailenlton w nrhtM rilga, pn.j. rubber baaft. and they are accustomed, wrappings—abaorta about a quarBut British, Arms reply thai ier of the foul coat of the Amcreornparisou'' of U.S. and Bn* etui laundr? Thai compares, wild laundering technique arc unfau wic-ninth of the total in Mtain'l "An American pay* I u a/ah' HOLD IT I IMJNT MISS THIS "DUCHESS OK IDAHO" Vafl JofeBMM — Lena Home Esther N III .1 MI Powell The Jubilee r* Qu-r'it AND MYSTKRY STRKKr* Idi.iKiu Moulabian Sally Porreat — Bruce Beunei (In Wednesday. Oct. LI. Than Bad. . A LM was %i 4-1 OIII niitiNi II o o II A I %  H I4IREI %  OTAT BOXY %  • i iJf wT .„ (vlunku PHu>a g^thr wuhM^hwac, uoCtTr BOOTS MALONE MciuS*** TW.L-4 so a i ., uaaar o RoWii AMII.l ItttlCahib Calling D W R.J. LOCHRlE.O.Bf: Officer of Development and Welfare who has been paying a short visit, left the island for British Ouiana by B.W.I.A. on 1 Parly A PAHTV idence of Mr. and Mra. C. A. Pickariuri | CMBJ on I iM in honour of their daughter Juanita who I her eighteenth b'rthday. Her many friends and relative* who had an enjovabtr evening all jolneu in wishing her success and happy drtys in her ftjltW For V.C.W.L M R. KEITH ASHBY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ash by •.'. Welchaa, Christ Church, returned c Jamaica MI Thuisday .It. spending the summer holiday* with h ida lives. Keith is a student at the I'n winty Cullcge of the Waal In'iiea und Is now doing his second }ear in Arts. Also leaving for Jamaica by thsj aame opportunity t Mr. O. Walcott and Misa B. Payne who will also .n UT the Uhivei.itv College \tu>it nl I niirtumnu ni ACK. son or Mr Assistant Labt^ui .-(Jininuau.on.er and Mrs. Jack will vi.tertaiii the luembers of Olwn-jK' Club on Wednesday mght %  British Council. Mr. Jack, a versatile youi j pianist U now populai Barbadian -uii.in. Il.ul>,.I.. 1 Uift Bmmm Huh— %  %  %  %  Joseph, as from Wednesd.. Htmniv*! ttuby D" During his absence Dr. L i %  is open to all rabc who are fed 1 Oat* M;lk r"oo,l and %  und ubies will r Judge* fn llnal luuiksj and ii*ine5 at the selected %  :ir in tfca \ %  .adttinn will take place Thi| %  on Sep%  30. Itt hir /HI/ IIABK: Joaeph. fnlnitfif \| ORETLLY. QC. Bar%  D' "tPacet-faluli) nt<*0 fpa*'d-> beyond fftc sound harr(r to make up for delays at the Customi barrier O.B I Adviser %  arrival fi' %  j B W l.A. if. '.u %  • ..ay on a short I.i ai>' I'mlir. -.IT-L-IW Trinidad, wag • Jamaica latranaOTSlCTrf M V OmXkVJt and Mis* o KfcllXY were pasenger* it M B W l.A. on Fri%  SM | i holidhy hcie. lUivk In Curacao HAROLD CARRINGTON. badlaa who had been ti Curacao for %  returnad bar B.W.I. A .i irw hi' hoi %  ... heir he was 'Hurried h> Mis< i .:. Robert* of The IV) <;iml OnR'CPA MR MILLFJS YEE MOON, an M ttajH ( (.I'oi'-of-Sp i n. returned to Tnni.'i..d rarly thi* ll.W.I.A. after spending apAPTAINR. W 1 HEYNOI : h-SoSt* B^^R CECIL JA i !" K. N. Jack, J yfarrivd ul Cathi-ilml O N %  .:i..i:m, ( s.ili C"IIM,I ; „ wos-ks Irom Chopin. Sthunian and Schui-'ii Members are leniiiuled m ln\ te their mends. Fur Hi licium \|K BILLY GREEN aWl srrivad from Durotuit.. ining the week •mere' he had bee i (.pending .. te wmtaf holiday will IH 1 returninn ts.i. | He will he leaving by the TlIt'KSOAV .(Ktnuuii at lock at St. Michael'' Cathedral. Mr. Eustace St.Clair Welch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edscrton St.Clair Welch and Sanitaiy Inrpector of St. Peter, took as h •= [las Cynihia AftN daughter of Mr. and Mi \i B Brute or Redman'* Villnge. Si ru inpi r •!.ind by v.vdnosdav leaves the Island today by B.W.I.A foi sI ibi"Shi;>. I During his itay he was a guest H -' %  ii" .-i r c-kley. by me same oppori ra U>. Julian Pack and I Ikna of Sun FerlU had also been speiid.>ck's holiday here as S Iii Tteach. rormed bv Dean 11 Trie L the Very Rev and the tride wai given in i nage by her tattwr. The dutlfl Leslmaii were performed by EuKerlon W.k'i ana 'hote a tssfaerg fell to Mr JOM-; \1I \'l IIM-I ford. : Idt's dress was sctin and lace cut in a flown "Colombie" far Belgium wheie flLre with a close titling bodice he will enter the Umversitv of tnd appliqued lace yoke. gsM b> r Louvaine. lo continue his studies headesress was of UUiatow in Medicine • HilK T did hi* pnv forset-me-nnis fjfith 0 :itcii( .ti stud e : ei the Loyota veal and she can.. Cnlleee. Canadit. imthurium lilies. f'iijuv< •Ocbosj ii;i I % %  • i :• and **M happy to he nj her niii Brltod Who all c ninbuled U nuke her ; %  ; % %  %  >%  bnde. The fthwei he Misses C>, Sonj.i EprinSJBT, Dora**) nrl lla.el T.ie bnde was attended by Mi** H;i el Mascwll a* Maid-of-Honour. AI..T the ceremony a receplion held at the residence of Mrs. r; Maseoll. Ravmoth Ville. Tudor BMosJB. MR ANb MRK EUSTACE 8T.0. WSfrtl "TRINIDAD HERE WE COME • < (Bv WII-MA ri.ARKK) AFTER TWO FALSE STARTS Mrs Stuart's I).mi in,; Troupe Anally boarded the Canutliun Cunsirucior for Trinidad. The 'Revuedcville* School of Dancing, complete with stage hands, cook, seamstress and Cap!. Raison with 15 members of the Police Band. I am BUN ttuil everyone'* thoughts were ihe same. "Trinidad, ban w come !". The %  Construitor'' sailtd out about eight o'clock, th ,-\ OseAsfts By ui f..u. ovi... i.,-,, Fndny afiernooti Ailei ...^ the musli had ni. ,i ii f i UT .1 s few ol u> everyoi were sea-sick, wo decided io exi'„. plOre the deck The Sailors weie lurked on RHissCl friendly and eourfous enuugii to laying 'I. lonHiul us on a sighl s'r ing l!... h . ,!.,( M it Hare a ltd in Hie distance. AH '.he minutes trawled by. the thr-.> peaks become clearer and we here Dn pas-9. va*l htnierland ol grC nary, Ih'.n, jul %  mass ol vegetal' %  interspcrsi'i with white roads r< scinbling I few light houses dlmottsn i %  ( ,* %  ..( stb t Barbados. "Ihe world" as it i "iajority of ui who bat never travelled. Barbados. RDtng away from us, for il secmeo n as If the land were movlnj; the ship, like ,i br; IUI I moss, gravel gnd bhs i matter on its back, yet |n thfl loriii of such a \ : lorn. Thfn our U land bSH a cloud, an outline, nothing stirring on Ihe nartaoS Final'y. .1 was no more. We w-re in th.middle of Ihe BBtan, likv U I'land. the ship; completely surrounded by water Songs at Seas By this lime, everyone was : comfortable and feeling quitf ;it Then the singing started Led by our singers, Norm. Gas kin and NcvlllPhillips, we s.o iga old and uew. sentimental. ilypsoes. mambos, even the So-'-' d "Flat Lux." the Queen's Collegc School song. After dum'r. — — REVUKDrVlI.LE SENSATIONAL GENUINE BOHEMIAN GARNETS MOOMtSB OB SOLID c.iii i) PENDANTS. RINGS. EARRINGS. NECKLACES. BRACELETS and BROOCHES III LIMA A LO.. LI II. OPPOS1TK (.IIIIDAKI) S .,*imm i nm (i MM* i j i i M I M I \IIO\SO B. AFTER STOCK-TA-K1V WEDNESDAY OCT. 1st. THKdWOUTS IN Al.l. nEPABTMKNTS HA1.K PRICE ENTIRE STOCK RIBBONS . HALF PR1C COTTON. RAVON. SCITINGS. REMNANTS HALF PRICE BBSS) DF.SIC.NS PRINTED BATONS M CENTS T. R. EVANS WHITFIELDS BRANCH PHONE 4220 YOUR SHOE BTOBE PHONE 1220



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SI NDAY, M I'll Mini: Js IK] Bl M"\Y ADVOCATE PAcr Tioira: .%• Tlw 4 Snrma: ADVENT!RE DOWN UNDER H 6. . 1 HA\ I d .vhy Ihe more adventurous and .'n'erpriwng lilm directors have not realized trie possibilities of picture-making in Australia. After all. distance is no barrier nowadays, and the vastness of thai try tonether with its aborigines and fascinating amma: life make a colourful DM ntur with .. flavour thai KANGABOO ; at il • lilmed in Techme.il. ir. M Australia and I. toe ona, found '' aartrajroaly intarasstsiig. Fuucl.inii.-i. tally, the ptotva POULTRY Farm and Garden B> A<1RI< (il \ impressive drama against nature, with tha laimlio: plot at criminal-posina-a*-loniiloat-son superimposed. By coi, Hast. the man-made plot Men:; party and at tlmci, eOBaattnaj and rambling;. It concerns l\w criminals in Australia who, after robbing and %  bootliu] tl Ol | gambling NOUN, I'Scapv frum Hie police by joining forces wftta a iraallli) uU raaata own*, wl %  thinks one of them ki hm ion,' lost son. Plotting to kill -.lie utd man and divide his am criminals' plans go awry dug t a disastrous drought tad storm, and the (act that I falls in love will As you can **c. :• desii't jjnount to much but the real in ;. ita POT" trayal i tha vaataaaio. ihecounnurougb brttlj %  p h otography, gtruang efl achieved "I 'he iMrren. nakedness %  i tba drougbt-gUkfcan area, the cracked earth and the parched and brittle Irees that look l:kc Notes H \ MILL AMI : hang ou ..< You oo^bl 10 twecn Ifkl and 900 eggs %  .1* tlrst year of laying. You should gvt a dozen tags from less than six pounds of feed. Obrtot going to get these results from ordttwr* lien-. These notes ggg tho-e who keep b**M for an> other reason than the Hhing for nothing. iiended to help ilvw -if jrou who are interested In poultry keeping to rnatfet *> prottt from keeping B* right way. Tha sug> >mainrd In these notes are based mi pi oner research god ara not the individual Ideas of ixxi.tr> vrhj :he greatest stress id read%  row i ujd la abllttar to ia\, not baW-C i*.*gins kr .i fatKi to an. .mil there are a f*M particular type Of bird. Keep tha itule; the main in this lean IHII do not expect area will bg nt thg wavtongtaa Baa same ri L ulta you would cvl beamed here. The 19 mat %  ..ippvai* and a ne >ne In the 49 metre band make* its Waviiig nutaiaad itimv WUA appearance The template list i bred-in ability to lay and having S'ven below It"! !" lhem on %  Propei feeding 4.OT Btfl proRTamme as oullined laat week, netres 11 75 megso com6.15 p.m. to 7.45 p.m. I MARKETS AGAIN WE ARE m a critical mnml to-day and. %  justifiably so. \\ 15 frequently said that the avacagp Barbadian abroad is alert and purposeful, with a natural %  nt'ss of spirit—all ol which usually make him or her an asset in any community where action is needed An thoaa who have helped :o generate such tieurnblc qualities maintaining the output at the same high %  home? — %  -— % % % %  \g> pose U B wa, -i - aa R I If-lflira ^rtdsr'""' • IJe l_Je IIUUIU ,,. fbodSi including fruit ll %  %  •> would %  aratg while the Agi.•MSCIIMH LEA Kilt NEW QI'MtTFR Winclrngth and l*riij:r:tiiitne Chances day. 28th. Will nont hi ',. %  It urn 1 Has gam! wr s,,,,n K .ppeal for .rite, log 1 did msbl fT* under %  Mght* eoulti tx* %  rhe unthing is ms'lobt sights .,ie encroaching <*i %  k< %  i. i. i A (unit an> (31 32 sugffMti' TI . i-tng iakln R %  whv h wi BM %  i I and ev!i iksietong ggali the sky. There -.. rugged panor*££l !f5f.a2 aoilc sequences of a cattle drive '""' 7' 'I-.and in -tampede, ""' %  "'" '" shiuudm In yelli U of 0 VJ !" wwn thl ktngftroo. wallabies and dingoes "*"lleeing b. i | „n daAOg ,,, *" r Fl nea, "Jween %  i decked out in nightmarish get-up ,sh %  • : 45 pm. to 11 00 p.m. 149 71 fountain garden ..; bar of h.-ns you metroa S.0S8 meg.:.. ^ize shoulo Amoni tha changes of propar* ere. the. SruY.3? ,P *^t r ,hc h *'" '' amines noticed is Tweiitj • %  <• ", m thff megasse, laying Questions' which will now be on %  "" iwiata. water aithe air at 10.3O n m -m Wexiiwano0ar uneov -nta and a pit f^ r droninne. and flnaU) a sanditon '.MTKI vataoiu ti break the mill and tut oR the only source -,i water, 1 comea ihe main factor in the % %  "*'•< nflgtOH l ei .vti„. %  nt In his powM. %  ..... %  ., o-ii.ua. i:„i,. liu ikK-i.e %  ;' ; ;' ^ %  -''•K"^nf s Ufa in and Finley Currie have the Si V ,\ 1,m x r,,n lirlneipal roleg. but tne hunouis %  rT? "' lov w,,h m to Nature and aid :"! r *"' ^ :h .lancing aborigines. EX 01 *' vtKta ttl# N r '' The desn.ptnemu.. "" ^rnbuah. one of the most colourful 1 have ncard and at oil times heigntens ;"' die action and %  d produ-jlion and d ft dim-complete overhaul god la in llrstl "" Mlh magnificent mri ..ti all-roi %  : %  JMGAROO and IVAHHOI "d Vl "•"•' wcatern, and I now no d faculty In uti'" bird action, bitter lighting and demanding the dialogue. *rne of the raategl ridhli I Bl til KS IN TIIK wn AFTERNOON M.L GKT YOL KOK THIS Romance. adventure and I ng i>f butory ride hand A .oiiiiiienial UViUgJ ivUl) In band in fHJGLES IS THE plenty ..: ocUOD, 1'U. | IOON %  i w i %  ma Jamaa tlaaii %  i tj playing g| the Plaza, Bridgetown CJeoraa BafJ lq the ; adini rola. It is gixiu i | tauTi back "iig absence, and ttm tune be pi... i i;ambler who goes to the H.dian Hivieia lor ., holiday, and promptly framed for the murdor of a U.S. Sociel Agent win. h* • %  mn things difficult for a ring of counterfeiters. With him is Coleen Gray, a .. io I ling part well. Charles (.oldncr. whom I have not seen %  n i nyatarloui Od it is not until near tha end th i1 %  UlU -.ore on which • fano ttlngl Mr. Goldner la ,i Rort-rata charactar actor and ikUfully avoidany overacting lii his role. An interesting' child member of the caat is En no Stalola who made his name In the Italian film. "The Bicycle Thief". Young Enao h;is a natural aci i that is out of 'he ordinary ami i>ecausa of his talent, hia part was specially written Into the script. lxy with miachM'vmuN Impiahnaai The stgr>is based on the novel w 1h wanrrth and lovaltj for the I Hayrox and de.ii> witai man who befrlandg hia the perils of a cavalo* troop asp.afl gives %  good sound performloprotett the llvei days but by and large le of programmaa nan nee though a few ne ones chidtne. hangw make the., appcurmie • InclUOV SWPloyed and thg I I ing Charlie Kunr at the piano who vill be heurd on I %  1 "%  %  pin "fn Tbwii To-night' ;.!" work* is to maintain son:kind unn'tu id i the air ual < in !•< Saturday, al 8 15 o in. btaiuj I %  ..! ihould ban t depending ,>n its vttlety. >h\ OUSII .. buhl bird wUl na,uit. leal apace 'hap a heavy bw K. R. Immii'li.ii". l.i.ili.it.. agrl i aedaaniy pursued One of ihe feature programmes But. thg %  huh we iic,.i London in UM oocntng week s.v with our own eyeg on ihe %  %  i> ..( Robert Bontlne Fiajaj afternoon in question ti < unninghame <;rsaam. tl, ( .,! .,, siu-.i not kept with hi im P*y ^hock MaiM (%  hetween IS lh r "" M P"etuiegque Scot ..f his •n^ 15 mchea an M I : """ '*'M >*he I and vegetable, the roosts i poultry kei-peni put %  IIV under the roosts to -late tl.i : i S w. itopiri .1 • olln and vegetables tea u of fndl dtins, ami x %  ocoa rl CunnlrUfBejne Graham'notary drains and i l|gf| a*l bean written b> a Mloa Scot, sores Worv Robart Rampi ..%  bran Kechnta ga ixn Kobei-to.' i)..n parked high with bread and cakSS, U. B. I'unninghamo wen just IhlckJj COVtl "i o numerous in linked like a Spanish Grandee soine cast remind '" %  '' ol ,"'" He was alao, says Uobert Kemp, the Mil ? loam 1 ..n,..|o : the Fnuhsh loI1 K st ^ c "** %  •< Into ObUvlOlt remainder of the meiniage. ipSCnej fall outside the house. This |g obi'in I • keep* the hou-e clean .„ I raanura can easily be ''"S" 8 ''•. p ** rl ;* l,, t trM '" The danajar Hi maaaer among the fencers of whn h cruaiOBned I agged and sold to garp, rK fln Inlrepld voyuil „ Uwaaja V. 1 •""•l" anUn %  xrellent for vegetable or flower gardens. Undked hens Wtl] drink iietween 5 and 8 gallons of water daily. Then rate ..( %  •iiKumpllon depends on their output of eggs and the weather. The hotter il is the more water they will rehlch %  %  uiden lands "of Islam, llv Mui Liberal Memlier at Westminster. UUOfa, bUl op-rat*, uiiknowinglv to-founder of tho Labour Party l prejudice rutaltri ind p anl in S.-otland a Smith American .netiting •,< %  the fullesr .ltd later historian, and ""ae natural reaourc. Sootaati Nationaiiai!' The broadcinn.it.' and otnei amanitiei with IU ba on tha air at 9 oo wh,lh the I wnd at 5.15 \u> nd generously bl day. .'('th Sept, and on Friday. 3rd Oe.Many types of nests are used. ||f Then il g go.Kl deal ol LaU Sumo poultry kMparx linUd Toaeanlnl Cimrm '"" "" lourlil tradg and U* simple opeii nest boxes inalde the m value Io Ihi Island, but, house; of hen. h.v, ooegead nest In the BBC's O.O.S. in tha Bridgetown la no place to captain •**• Projecting outside the eominu week T,eanini will eonthe Imagination i %  house. The latter aie to be recomduet the 1'hilharmonia Oiehestrs visitors under prevailing condlmended because the eggs can be m two all-Brahma concerts fro'i tlona. If i cIlected from oubude without dmthe Royal Festival Hall l/.ndon OOUW put in end %  trteUvafy to the tUriaUal tttfl hens. Remember to Unfortunately only Part'II of th, XUTtlna Ulwa r fatre M .,. make put sullleient straw or flbro to second roncert will be beamed %  heilum^ avid bieukages: ilbre from cocoaus. That you can hear .,! 4 ••< • "bi.stnrof spirit that we nut or palm trees makes a good p.m. on Wednosdav October 1 i' %  '"usl> *' never nest, one ne: gegy for irecedcd by a talk "Toacanlni Re'"" naedad to ravblforce aottvely earh xevan hens but if trap nests I r hl reapODaa are used trM-re -houlrt he one for BrUaJn to the n->ws that Toucan il i each four h ens. was to cc.ndtut in l~>ndon wa, fU "~ great that tickets were allocated old day.v b tanas wiin hy n ,ly ',( v the closing day theie • >le. ii f.ray. ,,nd I can assure you w £ r '' fl0 00 *' applirati..n (Ol the hat he has lost none of ihe lithe s 8 ? • 0f,, • %  n 'he Ke-'iv..| Hall. M.UKtlN OIIARA grace thai i bai mc_ ,n ,n ;'B T lk h> t.t.U.I. RcRistrar .Mil. %  i. %  in Holy and the subterranean „„, '"''''"" VOlcea" on Sund.i / dungifinx under .. prison are a f B '"Sept will present un entin grim back) " %  i.vpe of broadcast a chase that results in the capture ""I 1 Of a uik receoll} given on % %  \^,J^j^jJJJ_ ; • --_ % % %  Uti.-'i Si-nut:. i. i itanUj Inflj inlUaUvt of IH h I^Klle*. worklin. In the public interest and welfare, i| the Agrliiilturnl Society, the Hortlcultun..' %  %  Commissionerthe Touri-t OBTf" i ittae ind ih< pai "t ll.ubados. Hegistrai t/niversltv College of tinWe* I Indies. This is followed by i-view >f leccnl Ual publications It begin-, at 7 I p.m. (..4RDENING HINTS FOR AMATEURS tember rains have been VOfy welcome, for most gardens were parched and dry. .nothing what difl*.appearance .>f a garden Hanta i hat looked peaky befoi. i .n | rnagn-al way. amt was brown, and apparently dead turns green overSeptember gfl in-between ...irdening. and there is lUhg to be done Hut bad ,..t b weeded and turned up as usual, grass cut. and the usual •outine jobs of a garden done, lor woe b> ..king or •ittlng back, for such go aWtUda % %  v ing gets out of order quicker than if it is neglected for oven a week. Yet I naiden thai Is m perfect order, needs tho tnlnunURI at daily work to keep looking niee %  !<• -'dl BOW. l fares, in many gardens, and ., %  %  tMs ira too. their clear %  i mht %  : The Flamboyant trees, that %  (| m weeks ago were a mass of ilmaot\ flowers, are now in full leaf again, and. with then maceful feather> Malta sOOtl Ilk' .1. graen ostric f.atneinearly as beautiful ii when they were Bowaring' rhaaa irees certainly beautify, thi-land. and Shi Laid !• plantetl pOSnlbli. e-i'.ially n %  up. n -paces rowing, foi three foot -aplin will ighteen tha "Id. And when %  ing. ThCf-i ... -in. illy SRTW •,i an iMiinens,M/e, out .it.. hade trees. Sometimes in 11 garden i needed Uj divide OBg l^rt frORI gggssBBsn or perhaps to edge one level <>t ground from a lower level, For this purpose %  low .hide v .ill is the nswei ..ml 1 will be found simple ami inexptnstve to make. Tnai typt of .i lefl tough and ui i lered and if liked it ran be made with I %  '.ll 'I %  % %  TT ih.1 Wltk ehl1h vell>en... Uttla mil.. plants gg i- To make such a wall no cement t needed, for the stones are put Mb lime ma I i here are two kinds of lime, on kind la used for washing walls, and the other kind la railed builders lime. The kind to use for wr wall is Builder* /.,,.., ytaaj %  ill need a quantity of broken i.d stone i>f difrerci Actual quantities. ..f these two •ii..tetig|s deiierul of course on the length of wall that Is to le built. Beitn B3 digging oat %  shallow tonndatiiMi of a few inches deep Some people do nol even do this : M ph., e ihe atones on (ho ground. of i-ourse that tha ground is reasonably flat. It l b) dig a shallow foundation. Now mix Has lime wlih water until a thlek mortar i. formed. Hoeing, done Ihla select the larssat stones nnd place them I 1 Ihe shallow foundation for th i Horn of the wall. d by building up the wall With the rest of the stones, putting them together and fitting. them togclher Miiall and large v ith >f thl. kind should b kepi within the limit %  Of less) of two feel high by 1 ft. ft ide. I" build %  much higher wall Id < risky as it *MB not tho strength of %  euwnt Vet | nibble wall, built with llms mOfftar will last for many years. After the staring whitegone, and the stones Utaa weathered, il makea a very attractive addition to a If r*a '•• wera out. degrenad. i • down %  flass or tee %  awekfut Tome Wlna wtll quickly i Ua whole i Glvfig new viuuty it 'orioles r< •od shawt<'0n and reieemaer. Buckhwt Tei Wlae a etpeciuir valuable after You, ho, cavqo iff &r INNER CLEANLINESS There'a an easy way to iichicvc ihe luncv> you admire so much in others. Just make sure of your Inner y i 'Icanlincaa by laking Andrews! Sparkling Andrews dispels slug' gishncs 1 ., helps you not ontv to work well, bui to cri(oy your leisure io the lull. Andrews act* by Ircshcning the mouth and tongue, settling the !.iiM!>ti and toning up the liver. I mallv, Andrews gcntlv clean the bMeeS For a fury ", refreshing drink, use one teaapoonful ol Andrcwi in a glass of wna. DO YOU KNOWu*yyomkMdactmwlimya*v*mti %  %  '•t ./-•rJfr <>\iu-< vi (CM i>tf by ftrmmliag food tnxiass or* a/'i.Trv./ fry ihe blood-itream and aarted Io the oratat, Tkrv rdustieadaelm, imiubibiv and lassitude. Amdrmt keeps wtur system free from harm/id waste*, and general health at mack unproved, IhunJn l.< Inner l.unlmeu. ORINK XOTICE Shaves can be close and notoriously uncomfortable! Whereas PAL'S HOLLOW GROUND BLADE with extra sharp durable edge, gives a cleaner, smoother, more comlorlsble and always closer shave il fits all popular double-edged safety razors. 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PAGI Forn M M\S \|ivo( \|| SUNDAY, SI PTEMBEl U, ltW ALL OVER THE WORLD Good mornings begin I frith Gillette I InMi-.-1) the Eskimo lives in the cold .ill his days. For Blue Gillette shaving there's warmth in his praise. He knows when he's using the sharpest edge m-.ide, Gillette is the name for both i.i/ni and Made. Wiih (.iiiciic. cool curtoottn ihc world owi anjo) MHOOOI, money-saving shaves, llieie is no blade so -duip and none thai IJNIN MI lonw i> Bluctiilleilc. Aft the) A\WJ\* use .1 OasstM R well. Because rUDT aiul blade ute made for each olhcr. 5 Ma .W WE ARE OFFERING A AUTO At IVrinutcx Gasket Shellac „ Fnrm-n Gasket Fabric Cleaner Auii Top Sealer Transparent (ilass Sealer Black Top Dressing Radiator I.ii|iiiil Cement Undiatur Rust l'rcvcntor „ Knuineer s Pnitalan Blue Holt'l W.mder Wax Dtuilop Patchlag outfits ,. Rubber Solution French Chalk Insulation Tape Kihhvd Mint tine „ Kudiator HOH \tl Sizes Car & Truck Jacks 'a—5 Pl\ Air llosc SchrunVr Metal Tyre Valves „ Tyre Prowurc Gauge* ARE THE INDIANS KEEN ON W.I. TOUR ? Intercolonial Yachting And Table 7enn.ii* Soon (By O. s corns > T nawa fuusn. In %  %  %  if % %  %  %  in i %  • %  poactbUlt) of %  %  this information has been giv< • I utates that Pakistan has been accorded Test match status. A TKST SKKIls M\\ Blue Gillette Blades TRADF ENQUIBIIS TO: T. CilOKH .ASI IIMI1IH YoUr naii appears carcssable ...kissable... with ^i^N, PALMOLIVE BRILLANT1NE1 Be doubly sure your hair is %  oft...carcssablc...easy to raana c v by toa}a| PalgwKvg firiUantiuc tie DOUBLE USE Way! As an Oil for Matsagcs: Brf %  M hing hair, tna*art-calp briskly v>iib I'almohvr llritlantioe. !''roil on scalp tor 10 mini tr*. an I ibea wash. I hi. in %  -.! %  %  helps remove dandruff prepare •cali> for perfect cltaiiMug. To Comb and P.-rfnme llain Put a linkI'almohir Itnllaiituie .u ibe > natm of the haml. Rub bands lopptbrr; ssooolb over hair. And comb' Then. MtJoa ifci Jancing MfWkjjeti ... the btautiful frooming of your hair! PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE I STEIDA I S CKICKET: SPARTA1S U/\ Ql I RIGHT RACING NOTES ih m:\ HXTTI.1 %  \GAI\ST WWDKRIAtS T "*HE B.T.C. uoounotd M ma for the November Meeting durmjt UM weekOn the *ho.c. it showed signs of it than was the case ...,. %  %  • i with the AuKust Prosp I having loo fe* %  *• ncasaa for a foui rce was sensibly i en by an innings and 104 rui. racs ar* framed to those suggested in u lust day of their First Division Cricket last week's notes, and. corulderu horses likely to run Road The small crowd which Frank King. Barbados pace the last two Wanderers wickets in their %  ol) ova of the day. are distributed among the TIIK I> ANI> C CLASS RACKS lasses, there is really lutle to *TNIK weak petal if the pi 1 t %  i • venture t the wicket Ai point*** out la *t treek to fr ka certain that no inab or 11 i tUad out for 72 runs, outakjara would aaaka the trip, but ti>. lapM due mainly to some hnd ourselves with 6 racai which will foil both %  i A %  teedy bowling bv pacer Phillips tacles and as mediums for attract ma; punier.-. Tie paucttj %  %  Bne if S2 and Frank U anoUiei Teal •> 13 Tailing to save the -on. W-nderers scored 110 l)Ul lnal y,j s L <"', ;' n The present program.. %  number r.ppeal for light war nMceasfuUy u ._ the threi rac-es fr. %  beyond anyone'-, ability to control, but the D Class isfgravafe ng creotes Into C It may be IhOUfbt thai I am labouring t) unduly, bui it n 1 I Kin, arrangements made because of their Pakistan commitment, nnd affj) i bowled by B FKAJUNCs FATIGUE Senn-s M ..... n i II-I ssasss* •TSIIIS la %  1 IH i pen know r i do %  %  l %  tickets for ^ : medium to fast took I %  But on the second day of play N %  .1 In K On the Brat <<..xs of r'aySpartan %  h should be a n .-. havoc with receipts. ABB Tilt. INDIANS INTEBESTED T I i MINK that at this itaga we should genulnel> Inti H i e able to give of their best'.' Can W afford 1144.000 if there is a strong possibility thai in the circumstances the tour might not be whieh must be answered truthfu.; promptly If the Weal ladlaa are <•• plan their programme KM irn future While lb*) are dlllydallylni we might well making ireparaUonj For an [nuaeosorual tournameril with and f ur t class racing will be eut i pw matUnc woccurs the opportunitv for those horses remain t.L> In Ii will be small no matter where their better rivals h. If indeed the ClaaauVtl • -t a limit <•< the amount of rocs which they ; nt prepared to allow a good crcolo to win before it must be DUahad bate C OUUS, then the ODq live would appear to BH to bt the demotion of the worst horses In the C Class. No doubt Qua will • i l I of %  • I Powa among the old guard;, but this ojrstem worha tolerabl) wall in B.C., and I for one doubt thai much harm would be done to the prospect of Creoles where horses like Tlbai id] 1 Dd Mabouya are allowed to run in D class. NO TROPHIFS A S 1 have said the Provisional Praaranime calk lor more eompllthan critkism. I was impressed for instance by the forethought which hud g-">ne into the placing of G Class races at the head nf aacfa day's card. They are net likely m attract big nelds and n fcl pM.ven to run them when attendance and belting tend to be low in ri> i .,%  On the debit .side of the ledger. Is the lack of Trophies. With ihe exception of the Trumpeter Cup. not u l D '"red and sympathetic a* 1 urn tOwUdl the il-fTUultiewith which those who onulido tlie financial alfalrs of the Turf Club are beset, I cannot believe mpossible for them to | rovtda %  Trophy for the winner of Ihe South Caribbean Stakes at the very I %  '"n if ">' v were to be the case. It Is incredible to me that not a single firm in flu can be found to wnonl i Bioni of provid-* ing such a prlie would not appeal Falling this u %  pproach might lw made to the various Bloodstock Agencies In the U.K. from whom so many of our important horses are obtatred. I should feel happier If I knew tlut thf Turf Club wai Bt any rate ectively explortrxg all .ivcniies. It is not a matter which deserves the complacency at present accorded it. fe F. Phillip* I b W b r Kins %  1 Kind l> S O ifllth n i H no ii r King II Miivft. ii s tiitir.tii %  %  HI Kill nut oul '. Kh'E < l %  • Total rj r.ll o KUI1 lo. 4, 0 tor 1. i n 4 for 11. > (or 19. '> for N l-.-i B". 9 lor III %  ^' 11 \\ II 0 30 arUSUi s — ss Club a competition was held at 100 yards and Judging from the high scores and keen*** of members I feel suro that it will be the essential to has-e regular pracat this range in future, usual competition TIIK TRINIDAD CLASSIFICATION T HE 1'liiL I CATION of th, T r.<\ onVtal olaadReation list atr to emphasise both the encrmous Btrl i .icing in %  The Bister colony and the problenu wh ih mutt confront them, A t->t..i of -ixt> -three horses are Uatcd m t'2 nlOM inn ii will obVoOUfly l* %  most difficult ta^k to ;iisci.er BtabUna accominodatton for < i %  • among us held for the regiment and WBJ %  mall proportion <>f U.e totjil number cl.iss:tled. The framing of a pie. J. K. Ward "B" Coy programme in which starting will not I. %  mahtmare, is another i ore of 8tl and the event problem and the uri.nl rumour la thai be 1 eedi I U) Mr for tiuCadeti beum won by accoinpllah thla. Inthach I 'he Harbados i unable totakoan %  iA L K Minds of Hanlaon rtablei who hope to rnake the trip down ni thnstmap can do axcepl itch hippj frulUoi iT'k r,., ,r ii i CoUl " wlUl a score of l Ca t ..._„ 2n wThi forward to s n W e..ti,. ike the fingers crossed. me him theii pound In a napkin They got t bur t coiilirnied pasglmll I them Modernity and utility are the imtstanding new pevilion that I i client dam.' n %  %  It is n seU-eontubwd unit lhi.l affords more tv S. G. WeatlieihiMd the winner iviii receive and presenting the was sure the cup would go than of the I'.'V;' Pwhlchhaa 1 MrT. A. 1* lb*arta muat be prtaaa. Ha raid that Mr. Griffith lonfl my In creating that Lnter"f'..r for tile V. -,d on emerging chumnad been interested in idle shootcst. There were several of the >V trtCM compctlUons mxl plow hot of lh Meeting by winm* ail hu. life and be knew thai "' %  '" Mcelvethe F. U Griffith challcn.I part in shotiting now-tion, they would reach the •ing system was inCop an <\ Miniature. The weather a-days. standard of Ihe bigger oosonlei KlitutiHl jud has proved to IH %  throughout these competitions He also thanked Mr. Griffith like Jamaica who seemed to win in the Small Bore other club of its type in ihe island 111 HillTMFTF.RS FOR TRINIDAD T HE Barbados Amateur Weigtuliftin.. to Tiinidad to-morrow to compete With Tnnol.id gtituted and has ; comi^etitlo-s He also thanked Mr, The leam has b* all ctet i elimination contests complete sucee-s and I think that hn5 (, CPn fjivourable, scoring hoH ,or presenting the cup which was everything id should Uteri ,„, v ,. ry high'standard rewon by Mr. Roberta. He said that Itifle Class. the keenest rivalry that cup had a history behind it Major Warren al o regretted the the competitors and 1 because It was presented In Mr. abaance of Major Cave who ha 1 present the prises, ble to do so having Hold at on %  %  u m nc it includes experienced oompetiton In the pei loni of 1 ven spoon shoots were Webster and P spearheaded with the recent Olympic Bronze meda wllki and Uonal rtll| UI Whatever tin i i nk that it will bt l,h 'he j WOU !(i hkc to thank Th the conunArton and 1 because it was preevnb ,Jwi rturma m V ****** *** ,hal lhe mtetlnt Griffith when he was a member promised to I has y been a eery successful an*. &*. Barbados Mm, ,,„. u.:!, but w, un.1 i that mi Ajsjoclatlon which hai onlj been I lull that to | at %  bados Regiment, the Pi. iWe i. rdj wlah Ihem good lu.'k and food TRINIDAD TOBNADOBS COMING The Tn nen by the M v wlllemstad of the n.. i IUM %  •" mtiiuvii and have usted %  %  been Axed pany who have again kindl\ rrelanl I Than win ba %  'ties of Bve inter santing lhe two celonk I will l>e Open i" all tornadoes. As soon as the dates of the Intercolonial i A ill be published Th< iKiats Is still cxt \ In thla order Borll :* i its, •fan II 11 i M will dcfli Konl will lake oecond place. The third place pos i t i o n with lo-day*i race lo go and Ihi race next Sunday, miKbt ,.sil> l>e taken by either -it the three l>ats \? r „",,, redid thai there win be in the m Moid placi on UM b The sevi iiUl race I race next Sum same tune. TKNNIS TKAM INV1TFD TO TRINIDAD %  rnben wUl be %  leai n of the remarks which Di Noble Sarkai captain o team which Annual ( i i would like to mention ou rrlend CpL Luke, our range Wafren must tw made to attendant, whose tiresome job to change targets et> arc the %  naica—1.578 Cup IIMJ H i edak 3id Kenya— wn 4ih r. dUI tog 'be year ut le Club as far back as 1912. lie as1<. go t< the Hospital throne %  .Aired Mr. Griffith tiiat they would lllneat. He hoped that his condlUeagUre 11 and that it would be tion was nolhina -erious and owarded to the winner of the ihat he would lie oUI wit among inh krand aggregate at future meetthem soon again. Ing?. ^—^^_^__ Mr. Griffith thanked Major for his kind remarks and said that ho would do everyj thing his power to luster and gc rifle shooting in BarAuto Racing Calendar for improvement .„ui it is hoped firm for competition among the will make every L ee wa rd and Windward Islands. and always wuhng to give when there is work lo be done. \r R £ F ,' ^ 2?K '* regretted very much that Ph, mu'mi'lnal Sp.,n,ng L*S 3*!?i\L "SSHJK M "J' Oava was unable to attend Cornmlarion ol Intenuitlonal Auduo to illness and said that he tomobile Association today issued was very pleased when he was ,tu l,,ll,, wmK calendar of OVentg asked to come and distribute th~ "* ''"' ;y53 season:— He hoped everyone had Pi jJ nU W l8 r!" " lUnc .9 nnd an enjoyable evening and agam *^ ,x piomiseu that he would do BTorything to further the interest jf fie shooting. Mr. Harold Bowen then presented the De Luna Cup to Mr. rneotlon that at the conclusio.'i of tho presentation of prizes Mi. Bowen <>f lassssra. Y. DaUaajl will present this Ciub with a Challenge Cup on behalf of his May I MX Prix May 3—Lisbon Circuit. 24—Luxembourg Grand May 25—Monneo Grand M ijor Warren as Chairman of j I'rlc'shooti'mr'"" "'" mnmmt J1 Prix. May 30— Indianapolis race. ta Council of the Barbados „_ u*,', D __ w „ Jun *' 7 -Dutch Grand Prix. edonSui the Small Bore Rifle Club thanked '\\ r fh P J l i^ • 21—Belgian Grand. Prix. %  lory Of the Mr. Griffith for attending thai Sfflh. P l "*' a** IB-British Grand 1'nx ^^ o iim n. August 2—German Grand Prx. Major warren on behalf of tne September II to 13—Norway's ire and the Club thanked Mr. Bowen tor Vikln Halh. September 13— enil. MM' then behalf madi everyone feel most compresenting the cup and said that Italian Grand Prix. October 20 Peri his team a most enjoyable time. mfmbers of the Small Bore Rifle —Sbanlsh Qrand Prix. November Inidad and Tolwigo Al to Invite I Marl>ados tablt tennis Phe Barbados Table Ti Ion and the people cont<> Uj not yet lixed a date. VARIETY OF t'lmmnis I.i.iiln iYellow I' ili-liin:; Cloth. Miracle llhick Adhesive Miracle Tub Caulk Scnlcr Durex Maskini: Tupe Sholer llol Palcbes Kpurlun b & 12 Volt BgfBJ Clear Hinder 12 Volt Horns Chrome Kim Kmbcllislicrs I \|I.MUII ; Ucamers Extra Cutlers for Ucamers Auto Kiiuine Valves Pen it. nil Models Rear View Mirrurs In illation Tape Pram T^ rlttgj '. in.. :, H in., 1 in Ml l\l CYCLE rows Schrnder Air Line Blow (inn l.ioniile l^'iilhereKe All Shade Birkmyre Canvan ECKSTEIN BAY STREET BROTHERS DIAL 4269 team Ciub hud been trying to awaken i.derest in rillc shooting and K ^\\\\Vulllii Supplies of Old C'ott.ii'.c Lavender — rprrliitnc, soap and i ilcum — arc avaJUw .u \ur bettUty-oounbBf now Nowhere \%i)| you find truer, i cxcitini; Lavender tlian lli.it which comes to you dire t from Lnyjaiid in lhe famous (Jrossinitli green bottle. 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/ Mill II \\/v \% III. II I I II II VI. I CAM Greenidge, Gill 1952 Finalists %  %  his t.i. duced HMMdi assure. 1 %  Norman GUI ni i ni ha, tcamatc Blan Murray m Hi. othei Mml*Onal Murru was brilliant in -pells. hut the relenlles* attack of Smasher' broke through %  fence. BeM Performance Kli'! lege. lOfOd %  %  • !.1 %  %  %  Id un In tli. Clarku in %  b m v i Mixed |)..ui.l, In th. Miss N. %  Ma nn i n g n UUN B. Can Utgton and N GUI u ited Mi i w .. d RtlUtp .. i. . I'II. b will Tin .,1 H.UU or ami uill &e I follows — Lad**: It Williams Maafai KG UK Men, i>,.ui.vM N and K < i "->. 11 Ml*r,| Ihniblr. iinjtton and Mr N Gl N. Hall and Mr 1. \\ // \ MB Gonzales Kvla ins Title %  %  UMUsjM I '.' %  %  I b. pull oul l -e. S—a. i'* he set mat i he it,. Qo nnd oa u settle %  I decidSEPT. 28 NO. 243 The Topic of Last Week r STOP PAIN ^ %  QUICKLY with 1'hcnsic... Standing L to B OI*BMiit Jackaian (1M 11 ..i B-Ma Boaem (181 lb) ETTOI Donglas (IN I lb.) Basil Grant (Mr. Barbados 1999; II II. Webatei Coach Manager) Kneeling L to R. Boy aoddanl (188 lb). Olync Jordan (188la.) OcorK* Nuholl(MB lb.) BASKETBALL: Carib Bears Expected Sunday vs. J. GOLF: Mrs. It iitton Tops Ladies Ladder Acnon il %  Col/ i luh during the week was roulliied to challenge matcnai In th) lb climb tha laddtofa, but there rtj of UMm. Outstanding uoeaM of Mi Wilson, who put in itrtva clayed and •ran two nucce -fi.,l> l.ienilAn an preceded lh<' arrival ..f the Tnni. which ia expected here next BunBaaktball Knock Out Competition in TrlniRTOM runners-up in the League and Barbadians |g) n-Uuned from Trinidad and have I ii N Local player who have bean %  IM the tour %  OOm to I this fully. %  nil. Inn for times tl work . i fa %  eluding U making the tour. In a ga h adll have I against when the hM of %  |,. 8S than flee feet, stevon in< %  • other two ate live feet, ten and i half Inenei and (hn (I i %  [I I win th Knwk Oul UM runbo ] ind with the end of the season, lhe\ in HI energetic and %  % %  : Who* Who Then contra is OaHtoa "Do Clark. I I Ii i\Uteii coach that onto popuUu In Ti.i.ni.id. Clarke has boon judged the most accomplished [Us season ho the most prolific scorer in the league. 1! pondablc > them to good advantage Hi well-judged bounces on >hi %  lord. Aldwvn HI.IBP. Ifex iv feet, one inch, and weighs 173 poundo. Hillop is considered the backbone of the club A ipt i he has acquired a reputation !• i command and coolness when th" iiame is not going the way the Carib Bear* could wish it II, a steady and aggressive player and is always alert for a rebpun t from the bock-board. He has %  reputation as a sprinter and thii ability enable* him to elude many a would-be defender. Norman "Kox" Plerr. feet, eleven Inches, weighs 165 pounds, and plays as forward. Bre fal a player who has endeared himself to basketball Jam for hil guile and elusivcne** lUOlly, is how he gained the nickname "Fox". Me is goo.i at a swift one-time twirl of th. ball into the basket, employs the two hand chest shot from forward court, and s in a class by himself when .t comes to dribbling and ball control. The coach Jim Burrell (USA.) who plays as forward. I eleven and a ball eig.i> 190 pounds, He has be.'n playing the game som. now—at College and in the Armv. He baa nnviously been coach to several other teams, and was captain of "1 of the U.S Naval Base In Trlnldad. He has played in Hawa.i, Japan. California, Florida, Massachusetts. New York, San Juan By CALVIN \ 1 I I M Cuba, Illinois, aiul done much foi amateur l>ask-'tli.ui HI Tru Lame l.-lm Bvt o %  gressive on bi %  %  i swift, too, and this with hi knack of %  %  %  \-ii.-.n fieri.-. i\ %  < an glasses i is gen%  of the Doaafl %  %  ; accurate one-hand pu-h ( aril.in SU-[ihrn M „i. , | U %  %  %  keep ihe boll I paaaeo It .. w . %  I .1.1,1 help feeling thai ii Gibson somo%  ;.e,i througli somewhat DM bcgini %  : kM more %  lCO Y.M.I'Cs aaaog. One tn occtaia i playni, v ,ii and I ill doublI select, ui ;.-ctiiig it toe tn--: i. i>. t \ oiished a i % %  CO his M % %  aim then 11 vug % %  in lh ... nuuilvs put away AftOI tha' all lie IUHI Uj bold Ins •* tor tho II.I • i and '•"he dad wlUi ma airving. kUI ."inplelid his %  .,,!.., ho aroa the i '' l "* ;iino. %  Ignl .i KM • no recelv and Pall* iih %  i1 FOOTBALL Th i. ih. <„• „ i %  The famous dvc i Kl ', IEVBS PATJM.SOO [UBSNERVES,I I MMrSDI PW So miner how IT.-H.. t*M piin. ,'v vimr nerves, bow JtpreutJ vim icil. PHENSI4 iboB ail iruigyoti relict and com ton. quicklv and safel) Rc-n nt*t ;hi I'lILNMC. tablets neither harm the heart not i. ihc toniach. Don't sccepc Mihatitutc Keep i ntppl) ofPHF-NSIC tah^ct^ hv vou! lllmk/Hiol Hval OharUon u-4 %  At lh V' At.d lr**> UM ... %  rn -III! •.llVftl %  %  %  -' UM i n Ph i en sic TWO UOLETS B8IN I QUICK RELIEF FROM RHIUMA'l %  PUNS.' IUMItBO. KERVE l'lNS HEIOCHFS. HFURHICH If ifNZf C.II10' A CHILLS ML %  CABIB BEARS who are expected to arrive hr>re 00X1 Sunday to play three matilicagainst Barliados. one against Harriaon College, and one against Harri*on College Old Boys and Cailton combined. Front Bow left to right are A Hislop (capt ). C. Botaelmy and L Laahley (itandlng). J. Burrell (coach). D. Martin, P. Samuel, C. Olarke. A. Pierre. C. Stepaenson and N. Pierre, (tauuci will not %  take the trip). weighs 155 pounds, is %  CQCDgtora,\ i %  made for tlve newcomer and plays a* V at, three of which will ward. Ho baa %  romifatloi OctoaJor ~, f.Kitballe, itky, and U[ oinbinad la rapid)-. Info • College -Cariton team, i-laai forward. ng uiMht will be the t'arlvlr BeUielmy, i KHh the eight, the stsor* and the WOlgns 180 pounds. Hi lwo colony matches will be hand at ua Hth. IU u --ound guard. The Barbados Team Of the I '.earn, Seigert So much lor the Trinidad team. T The captain of the Barbados team tr ,, ,,,d how KM three %  d the II .,. % %  ... 1 Knock Out Competi^w. but loan team u captain is a ., : ,, die above Seigert Iipular one among players. He I nearer tall, an hajw i. At any %  thing we cab be sure half the goals College Old Boys ,. mst V M I'C to wii k Out Cup tlvere was it the season has bean f higt toUmU Among standing players is LONDON fcopt Vi %  ,n H4 league i. %  %  %  to put Ing again ....... arn i; .,i snotht* o %  lUitor foi Scouondi P hag i is ii ler .. it,..,.„<< Allen orond half goal ,.,,n BJlUt out l %  i t i 9 : I I rabbod 'I,I llolton n> Ihob urst %  Individual feal of Iho ...ix from the i I--. i i|| pjilonal Form EgUl (fj i II. much IHI gmxi i I .1 riiahled Hudi Kirn i.nlx'.it.'li Ad (Hdham %  ,• onta 411 unbi nv OM irndford lumped inH) Hist place i i Iho lliiiii dlvistea noith II Bootlaaxl bo.'.oiherwcll hUbornian reauited In %  One adn foi the I r.. i %  %  %  UMI UWOa ,ift-r ho UU1 it n %  1 3 vieUiry. I %  !' fWith II l - over ftlklrk now have a point who boot 'i-ii home by %  And sea %  ihr h %  an >.. %  UHTI %  %  I • %  ^ "f*. %  poniored by J & R BAKERIES maker, of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM MHWINGCOUGHS I %  II... .lav ,'i %  : l.fT.t .,„ o. klas
  • -ranh. Ifl'nc i>nlia .. .. all %  -...Kbina %  •"' u—t Weaihm* % %  i i '• i HOACO I .. %  t-l-> •'. Mill. *.U*n r ameaer back iii>iaii .xae"*' 0* ojgf or>^ ** BruvM sou tcth .ill, ly,. !" m.l yotJ .lean lhem exira-whiic And, boOaiaM oi the unsqui Simula undcflying l|ru Ma^wge Ipana mio your a^asej ind you help keep ihcm lirm and hcilihy In ilnv Wtff, tpogM %  M I %  •H-gu.ir.l ajrainnt looih-looscs. more than halt of which are caused by gum trouble*. For whiter tccih, henltlu-r gums, follow the Ipana way 1 THE TOOTH PASTE.. •) R EFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT -S3 — WONDtK WHlfcLS N" 4HlemLsht3A f **^"*" "* SM ree r k.-—-t r •IIH. I ,•*. .: J. : 'rig md af %  oapMo. IHaa Uo-,. IB > daap — %  elaeaaaas of ntfUh, riniSi—J C e rt —w Seav -OI ..bau.ni w IMM.I swaaa aa v H „ ,i. u „rt. futicura V SOAP oIs tha' '.eoa grand I IBSBJ standard Tlokoto <"' the outwnlln 3/I Colloge'e '< a night. ,'hirh i enUOB that Season t-eing wild at $1.50 uon price We would like to inform oui friends and customers that we will be CLOSING ON MONDAY 29th and TUESDAY 30th for STOCK-TAKING and will reopen for business on Wednesday 1st Oct. I.OI IS I.. IIAVLKV — llollon LSMM SLl'EK LUBRICATION SERVICE I i.i the Convenience of our Customers we haW8 furthfr ec|iiippi>H mil extended the iMilniev o| ,,ur I.LBRICATION s..w., Deparlinrnl tit take care f all nn.i We are now in a position to trive prompt attention to your Lubrication S-r\ire I'rohli-niv and Solicit \oiir I'alron.i COURTESY 4.All W.I IROBFKT JUUM I.IMITI D) •Ml White Park Koad f;i I;M! in. M Show • UIIIIKHALL. HT PLTTB. On view dally until October 20tn from 12 'noon) till A ISIHANCE 1/Why Hercules croixs arrive in Hurhados in perfect condition The special Hercules psxkmK methods ihe result of VJ yearttudv "I packing RM CWMltlltl overseas ensure thi^. I he well BBjBjppedpgni jrepl.iicilairefullv Uirnni: case o ihtl ihey can l>c simpK. alely "ml correxily assemble-i on arrival ai desinuiuoii Which would you prtfv to have, UliriiiHalisiH r BRAITHWAITE'S KHEI'MATK lUMKOY? 1 nil fin V hurthull.? fJ 'now Of -t*' .1 eACxsea -.iOOVATCM -!•• %  Hercules veil 4 WOTOR coatSBunr. -I 'SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALBIU |jas| T. GfDDfS GRANT LTD.. BRIDGETOWN



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    I'u.i SIX SINDU NI\I>\\ SEPTFJHSEft For Women Only! I %  Bandbox Liquid Soapl* %  %  l! dame i ol.AIRE spells GLAV %  lag | !,,,.. %  rmsds iho journey back lo college n the air and in nn MORE AIRSICKNESS FOR ME rook a coupli of AIRSICK TABLETS, before ;ind during UM ftlghl Arrived dead on : classes Try AIRSICK % %  H ", ; i rw i a | in Ha DM MM %  aboul bul I I have I t'sed to look like a sa< k roun.l wiln*\^>^ lost! %  %  I SILK > *^S1.1MMINH I I lose weUht! %  I i MI V WILI 01 r YOI H WEIGH1 I i >WN .ill right! *oui %  selft l>> I love my food' E light? seasoned I %  of prlk or onions, and I'm Mill taking Since i.iking AN I can eel drink anything and get away ith It No* %  i vestijce of BO OOOUI AMI'LEX I (.MB.V1S ALL INPLEASANT BREATH IKlCHS it is harmless yet effective Whack away th blues.. E VER) lii.t: psychologists a ran doll u his ..ni in ii in rh. if,.' that in fitol tag. ii | Tit inn if can pummel n it. and LMi it limb iron, ii with j purging %  i %  lugs***** thai I inti • %  itu • mi %  F tta %  •>! Piimmr'litnK lablt nrai Tin besl r i %  ind ihei beat wall . Open to sky illlnile % %  <• %  II MIWHIA ,il.< equipped %  /. %  %  mi SI'A TOOTH I! Mi; BRUSHES AND BABY BRUSHi *ATTEH %  iiy a Spa" Because a Bpa bruah In i or N>h.n stands up to hard bin Bpa Mary here chats In many wi\ .1 subject of Fan %  I ra aa o ni then ara those who are agmi. spaced family, i>ui for I FAMILY PLANNING, Mar; always recommend! • xt that i RXNDEL FOAM UM us as a young '.id these days. Been laJdi of sugar in real 01 man, or child can laki but, ll mu t \ %  -...>. N toe no IK*' Idyl H^lS^ HI III I.I XI, iih aim Mhai w i OPrfiei the n< 1all> lid IMC* WIIAI 1 %  Ol oariv WHAi I ~tOO oil Hi 1:1. .ruiiiOt II yesterday WHAI K-H. 1952 Look In the section in UM-. Praj H you should. Soon among punetj favourablj aspected now. This Sunday affords opportunity toi trua cnanty, aid to guvja pntjecu. ~ * -. — Encouragin. hclprul itilluences. B*f 1 careful you anch or play. A-K <. ;-. W nh our „ • • L IK* l' R up r.t oirti.rcn inBusy brccxai W HAI IHA1 %  %  %  %  %  I %  I 'at (HI l n .. % %  %  % %  I -i Bti riarriii"! nan i>erii .iven oy in AH. %  i Aft* ..ulrt nn.i left r;,!-I).n im eonUnuad pood aoaiui for seit I too. • • * As with Ti %  'II!. patV .nr. II. tda, (iiurcti. Bona raiasXng fun. too. &f • • -Top* f..; '-. Necessary work, j domestic problem-s ihan : Do % DOl Mgtoot BOul I naadt. Prayer, gocul deeds will bring blessings. • • • + --Fricn : Extremes not advooatod. wi.i-n dutii permit, st) needed ^v K^"~QiTTw".>9 "UWOOI .111,1 I"-" !" um trtonda, start with church, or course, &f OAPRIOOSN -Pleasant irdications for your da v. R%  23—Jan. 91 maneo, homely affairs, religious services. on top. h %  rtudyJcf^ Ihg nev. ti'iI • • • ^ AQJJABIUB —Today's aspects favourable but do not ^ Jr Jan 22—Feb 20 l Hot] -hanges for sake of ch s n sa wilh^ out a proven better l'u native Go to ('lurci ] %  ^ • • • .w J?*??*^^ mn — H PPy outlook fi>r goid living, conscijL &f Tab. zi-Marc* so lous ,,, lks Ti ,,, u 1V( rr>> nggdleeg anxi. Ti.. D God %  '. inch; rest, too. M ^ YOU BORN TODAY Meditative, usually mild disposition; with strong sci and excellent mental bal^^ ance. Venus is you andj it bespeakv love* of t\Y ^K beauty, harmony, ab lity at tormutf, BSldanlng. Libra has fcjvcn us many iKatourOnk era, great physicians and teachers. Love of hunt %  ou highly ropvUed ) %  > ^(snd needed fcivi. (Tali Hut don't go ~to extremes. Blrthdate; Gi '.atesman. !!•••*••*••• fok twice i.f W7NES, LIQUKIJItS, SPIRITS and SUNDRIES ' Mori inot a happv i i %  i the world, except in %  ry few countries, butter is a • nlnishing commodity. No long. i'then enough to go round to • pim ;ill ih.y want. kOd more is margarl'-o ( %  lining lo take the pleee 01 buttei Thr*e whose job it is to surv< y the food needs of all the |xe that butter will ever be plentiful again. No HopeLittlfl BODS, then, thai (Air two ounces a week in Britain wi 1 ever be .substantially increased so long as rationing lasts. No hope at all that butter can once again replace margarine not merely on our bread but In so many cooked dishes to give them that pre-war flavour Only if we were allowed to bu;. butter on a free market about Si. a lb. could those housewives with the money get enough of it. And. of course, the price might %  i rise above the 7s. 4^d. paid In B* I Europe's current top tigure. 'Three Cms. Wh.tt has happened? Why have the Churna stopped turning.' World production of butter rUU humped 10 p 1 end. brkr.v the pre-war level Cat three msln ilk is being drunk. nan bars sane otrsi to producing meat Inetoad of n "ing dairy cattle. And 30 per cent, mote chSOsa is being made. Bssf production rather than 1 lairy products Is the order of tin' tto] In Britain. Our farm*, moreover are obliaed ,t sell liquid milk rathe* than make it into butter. They ore allowed i higher profit that way. Two gallons .if milk bring the farmer &f is. 8d. but in.ike only 1 lb. of buttei Chasto also yields him u better return than butter, and the tnd for cheese has gone up. In pre-war years every individual in Britain ate, on th>* averts*, 25 lb. of butter a yea/. Only In-hmen and Swedes ate more. Today the figure is down 10 about 14', lb. N.w Zealand, which sends 40 per cent of our ration jg working hard to step uo 'i-niit New Zealanders thernselve' m more buttei. Australia sent us 66.000 tons of butter in 1050. only 34.000 tons last yea,. .ind now, through drought and %  hostage i-f labour, a bare 6000 tone. World Cry Danish farmers make more money out of cheese, *u their 126.000-ton bulter export lo us two years ago is down to 90,000 this year. Altogether we expect lo import 259,000 Ions from all sources this year as against 335,000 1950. At home, our farmers two years ago made 16.000 tons of bulter. Now the output is 6.000 tons. So the world is calling for more margarine. • • • %  Nostalgically, a renowned chef said to me yesterday. "1 remember the time when we could use butter for everything In the kltchtn — for sole mcuniere, for sauces, for cakes, for all the flni-hmg touches. It has everything t iste goodness and the quali•<• of t idmg UK ing >dli Us >• ity of binding the ingredients of a dish in cooking. It is quite impossible achieve llrst class results wtO margarine.* —L.E.S. Cooking In The Kitchen ORANGE St'FIXE For 6 people; Big oranges 6; Milk i pint; Bugs 5, Sugar %  ) of. Flour lj oz.; Orange rind; Apricot jam. Cut the top of the oranges and take the oranges out with a teaipoon. Make a custard with the 5 yolks of the eggs, the Hour and the sugar. Put the yolks with the %  ugar, mix well ado the flour and melt everything with boiling nilk. Put the saucepan back on the fire and stir all the lime intil the custard is quite thick. Grate a bit of orange rind in it. deal tho egg whites until .-till then add to the custard. Fill th* oranges with it and boko in the iven f.,r about 10 minutes. Take he oranges out of the oven and serve with a few tablespoonsfi'l jf apricot jam. BANANAS IN FIRE Bananas — Sugar — Flour — beaten egg -Icing sugar — Rum. Take the skin off some bananas, put them In a dish and sprinkle them with sugar and liqueur (if you like). Shake UKQI, HI Hour, in the beaten cgn an) fry them. Put them on greaseproof paper so that all tho oil or lard will run off. Dust them with icing sugar. Take a sharp : nn the fire and then iKhUon on each banana. Put some rum, and with a match bananas. Serve imme' rllllB SWEET BANANAS I oc I pec person. Sugar; Lm.e luieSj Orange rind; Bum I or 2 liqueur glasses; Bat%  %  :!; Icing sugar. inanas (one or 2 i i, take (heir skins oft and mvide them in two. Put HUM in a dish, put some %  M i uf •hem, | lew drops of lime juice, grate a bit <>f l on them and finally add I or 2 liqutur glasses of rum. Leave the bananas for a few tew minutes before you are reed) to serve them, take them nut ol the dish, dry them, pass them in light batter and fry them Serve them hot after having sifted some icing sugar ***#> __ GET A PACKET OF JASPRO'TODKY T/UK yotive got tie QWCK tuuaMt to ASPRO' loses no time—it ACTS —quickly, effectively, yet leaves you fresh and free from harmful after-effects. More thin ever, in these high-pressure times, you should Insist on using 'ASPRO' because of Us SAFE action. AS ''-'• f %  i %  (• W. B. HUTCHINSON & CO. MARHILL STREET, BRIDGETOWN HEADACHE NERVE PAINS NEURITIS NEURALGIA FEVERISHNESS SORE THROAT COLDS A 'FLU PfilCES WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL oirsmiiii ivitrni!if I'ARANIII ijfrirJhy ,,', Atwiys kvkfi# iht name l\vg\ fjif.l JOYANCC 'Joyance is probably the most famous children's sandal in the world today. It is simply and sturdfy made from strong, supple leather, and thick plantation creperubber. Its design and shape was the result of a scientific survey of hundreds of children's feet, it's a lovely sandal. (^JXXAMI SANDALS MADE 8Y C. I I. CLARK LIM1TBD, STRtST, SOMERSET, ENGLAND j LOCAL AGtNTS. >.IC j -. .r.'. S C O tA MADO*



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    i/ w /Mr n lovooy The Day the Queen Must Choose A Hat Afan A6ortUt. To yun. great ela!< ha H STYLE-SETTERS B iHii.u in BARKLKY LONDON. %  II r too soOtl to ihooee rid buy) the dress foj U> OPCe* ion lay the LoodOO desi.nei:. they are already well ahead vith styles Tor next year's corooition occasion*. Here, to il What you will wcai" m Coron.ilOB Year, ll niie of the :. linn dresses to eypeaa It is the dress that will set the style for any remptlon or bail lu he world's four UQtuefl where handellers slitter :ind chumtagne sparkle*. Its materials? .rosgraln and duchesse satin. TJic .olours? White and a new shade >f blue called Garter Blue. It Is starred for coronation occaions because: It has a "regal" air but Is 'Clamorous it k] simply styled bul becoming. It brings a touch of fashion to i formal gown with its new onhe-jhouU I us skirt vi:li i'ie contrasting coloured %  (•w-tieing on the waist. DO fussy, cluttered ornamentation, but just the right imount of bead embroidery on he bodice, and long, above-elbow lovaa Lastly. It is available on the xport market. %  %  is A:ihur Dante. 10 rears hi London, h.' has a doubledeed approach to dre" designing. la eatarg equally for the flock of lebut.nntes who fall ove r each >thcr every year to buy his dream" ball gowns' of brocade or link and white organdie, and fer is clientele of elegant women. What .... when riU* in state from BuckP:>laea to i formal}} foi the flm have long M Lilal ng when the new parliament*!;. *.ese*on will begui, but it is certain to be some lime before the Coronation next June. And that u the point which raises the problem. i -i : fie .ill noi have been Uu Queen will not be able to wear the symbol of moBjUch) Yet custom demand* ihat she siiould have her head !<-jds the yueen's Speech, oujtltning Govfnimiin poUry for the coming *evtoe. King Qeorg. VI did not baviuu* prohliii' His Cerunatioti followed rapidly after his accession He opened tabs first Parliament in 1937. ftf—SSil in the full panoply of rotes and On* Solution THE Duke <>f Windsor, as Kin* Edward VIII. waa the last pi to open Parliament before his Coronation. In hi* book "A King's Story he tell* how he overcame the difficulty. ONE SOLUTION ,,r | B| d ', Qsjaai afar* •ejewelled haadgcar of Kingship, the cocked hat that went w Ih ihe uniform of the Admiral of the Fleet. Kven the detail of ih,cocked hat ralaed a weag h ty point. Should I enter the House of Lord* with %  t ti, my Ji-od?" fnculUea wera I h.4i ha :.ii his admiral's hat. There is no sue': %  the Queen', pr Mem. ei lu*ely liares— roi instance, the one %  '. nding a I ily wears iiarn.', and that might be eonCIKI. not in dp so. The Garter... ANOXlfBI that the Queen < ap and lobet. of the Order of the Qairtor. it would be a fining drou. this ctatume of the moat %  order of chivalry, for I lie Qll< l*axlUnaanx Foi u-fore -he read! her speech she has to carry out one or the %  %  .< % %  .i % % %  I.nation of Ptote.Unt '.nth and -wearto do ill m l'ii power to maintain the Protcs' int suoccssion to toe Crown. The opening | .. Parliament i one of the most splendid survivals of pageantry eclipsed only by coro n ation. And %  vvn %  hi-t becomes a Vary ImpoVtaie Affan. -LE.S. iOAr IJV rowi\ sal hat like two gigantic exclamation marks. Erik also tarries out succeesfuUy of co-related accessories. by matching a hat to a bag. a scarf, or a pair of gloves. A black .i"f trimmed with ermii tails partners a black velii* pillbox similarly trimmed, and acinnamon felt hat witn n matching handbag add a touch of colour to an nil-black outfit. .... To Foot And black velvet and green la dark shade called Plnedew) are as fashionable for shoes as fi hats. That is the news arising from the first press preview ever given by Edward Rayne (Chairman and Managing Director of H. fc M. Rayne). He should know. Hi family have been In shoe business for 60 years, and he is now the Court shoemaker. Other important colours, for the coming months are sherry, morello. (a deep cherry) and gun metal. | A new addition to the shoe war-i robe shown in the collection are "hotlines"—half couit shoe, half, boot Made of black &u"de, they have a contrasting coloured cuff, on the ankle to match the heel (in red or green). For evening' wear, the cuff tr decorated with brilliants. Raync's collection has launched I the "jewelled look" for cocktail and '-veiling wear. Styles, include sandals with narrow straps, and court shoes with a delicate network of straps across the toes. These are in black velvet. spftU tarad with brilliants, pride of the collection Is the Italian-inspired "mule" type of shoe. A broad band of elasticise.1 velvet, fitted across the instep. Is guaranteed to keep foot and the shoe'sole together. Finally, comes an Idea which other shoemaker* would do wall to copy. All the style, for day are made In two heel height*, so that those who cannot wear high heel* atnow able to buy a s t N > t LaU •rmppuu bog in l IIM.III. oiuddiiit I'MIIWX 111 Sou thr mfltcbnw helt *hu> in •••ll. te I \< l I ^|\| H will ^ i TMk sUl/ %  SAti.N McGregoi rxctuna about HE HIT/, beau'y %  i powder*. Hnpaaxi WkLI. 1 ONFOI Ml |1 no soap, : o Wl-Nl Hut this never hapm | PhiUHw El.ttric PHM.IftHAVE RAZOR at M.i. ivpt.i ran he u world. .1 parfct and just as good for regular home use. You plug n I the dial Ui!h j Tewdeft strokes Use h once and all the •duel ntiFRti i i QO MM i i i PBON1 • d 447? hiil hold il till Wednesday Oct 1st They're re-coenlng Ith a full Hardware, llu terials and Kitchenwaie \ier, %  il ^et what you it hare Inctudtng paints and and numerous small boal fitting* tynu Tornado own•r*>. Remeiidw-r. ihtn I I frag ui ONf M*N AN1 IIIS IHMi imldn't h %  * maa %  w artthoui ITK1NA H.H; EMOW \ pU adJ t..-..o ,i. rtaa A Co I Pttrtaa Beaton (ph W I on up. Purina Ho* Chew is %  staple diet and I'd iuaj1 you ilrop In for the hlghh infoin.ttivi bookltl on how to cru>ose. f.H-il and gi nerallv manage your dog from the Chockerba ird store ran i;\ iit t -SALON |i taaturtag th* ni o I %  gqui Nylon r.. I llettm.i Ltd in Th" Hastings BDd featured imonfl dehkhtfui Imported TropfV t L fe, o i urer Thr bir hit with UK i|iv*rl h.ii.o, i ...is •*. Ml • ratal, IB. I*. itw. fcrrll. .r. Us lid tlmca, Willl silk %  -rf P-lms .•# : %  =c = %  %  : ^xoacoa Oh Pity The Poor Housewife All these style, appoaf •" Erik's lew collection. Colounf include right lacquer red, white, and any hade of green from bright merald to a dark Cyprus (dark nough to be mistaken for black in artificial light). Materials are t aried. Black velvet, mellousine. black velvet embossed with eoljurs and long-haired fellhead the list. Trimmings are few and far between. They appear on cocktail hats where black Jet or black aiding iall that Is used. Most hats hav e the pronounced foiward, down over-the-eyes look, frcmlnlscent of thr 1920**. Thla la created by a long piece of millinry foliage curling round the heck, by an enlarg d brim effec lively concealing half the face like a donkey's blinker, or by two pheasant tails perching on the Alan brooke 9 $ Daughter LORD ALANBROOKE'S daughter, 21-ycar-old Miss Kathleen Uenita Brooke, has become engaged in Malta The man she is to marry Is stationed there: ^4-year-old Lieutenant Oliver Vcsey Stoney He is tall and dark son of MJ> Robert Stoney, of Itosturk Castle, Co. Mayo. Mrs. Stun. 1 f Hi nuth' wedding will probably be next >eai. Miss Brooke Is slight and darkbalrod, lives in Boutn Kensington. Sin will be in Malta another forti Ight She studied geology at heading University, is now .. civil servant. —L.E.S. By PILN'SANT. To be rckpunsible fur the running Of a home in the certainly an experience, but It Is not m experience that many women would choose to go through were they given the choice. Woman of to-day are far removed from the simpering affected female* of a century ago. Their emancipation, begun b> the Suffragette movement, wag coupteted by two world wars, and the result of the part women played in the last war showed plainly that under a superficial difference of character the modem wom-m can stand up to most things ihni a man can In their war Jobs women showed courage esuuiraiue arad initlal've, and what's more, Inj certain specialised work they did better than men. It is certain Khat women will never return to the secluded domest'city of their grandmothers. Yet m peace time a woman's natural share of life's work is domestic, and it is on the woman that the Job of running the house | uD Never has her task been %  haidet one than it is to-day, and she Unds that n tackling it ; he Pgadl every bit of the courage and env funded of her during the war. She encounters difficulties and problems unknown io her grandmothers time, and as she fights her way aftviosi the cost of living, red-tape, and the exafpcratfng result of controls, she cannot help wondering, if, as during the war. women might not be able %  > n. .ke a U-i ter job of some things In Barbados to-day. The cost of living rises higher and higher and, while she has ; more money with which to run I the house than ever befoie. yet, | to her dismay she finds that Its I purchasing power is less than half what il waa formerly. And | Ibis not for luxuries, but for the plain honeet-to-goodncsa food th.it a healthy husband and hungry children expect to find on tho i able BATH AND TOILET SOAPS r a B You will enjoy the luxury of uting .-**-.. thnr r*ouuiiHy perfumed toap^ Had she even unlimited she cannot llnd the essential foods lo buy. Meat, fish, and salted meats are In erratic supply, and %  he never knows when she ma'y hear that there are none to b purchased, and this situation ma\ continue for weeks, or month*. Yams, eddtM-.s. sweet potatoes ore non existent, and even lice, lias almost disappeared. There when ,,he cannot gel thair, and onions, and butter, like the seasons, come and go Grcciib .ire wBOVe the price of the average purse, and while they are healthy, they hardly fill a hungry family Yet the groceries are full of turned luxury goods, Vweut h scull; tinned trU IU hama, Pato-de-fois-gras and cockUtll foods of every kind' And. us her hungiy children ask fur food, shp cannot help wondering why such things are import*^ when Hie necessitlOH arc in such short supply. Are the quotas mismanaged'.' And why seven > i controls and red^bUM on every aide, measure which an i cessary in a war. but which were never meant for peace' All this Mrs Hn*eife punriels over, for she is no fool. But this Uj not all ln.it ttiv liningwlla has to endure. T*ie huckster*, who used to be her goodnature) friends, nave turned sour, and taking advan• ire of the %  oarolty, use (1 m an excuse for rudeness, nnd a d;splay of "show-off" authority which presumably gives them some satisfaction, but which only adds to the dimcuitici. and irritation of the buyor. The qualities of common politeness and respect. with the personal dignity with which the exercise of these qualities endows on those who exercise them are gone, and their place la usurped by a shameless rudeness unknown in this island before. This, and a "take what I say, or go without" atUtude Is what the housewife encounters as with her heavy basket, she fights to find %  little food at the various marketPhone you te that best: KILL KM ALL. U'l MHHU M. Mil 1 XI AND IW 1 \l.l ll -ctieidal 1 >imroii Monte St Son ,n pint as Mel I Ml I l ROW has n. ideal for mdoors an i out Kill I K -xt suggestion >eu miv like to make '>l t nkiMl.1.11 CAIJ^H I IVBI sIRIOIN MHIl \l \lx |IRI and many more Ft aieeda) Menu at the in Marhill St restaurant .11 Room, I'ar and Snacketta t:pen from :a in on. the ARLINGTON has provi I popular for As-' %  HIand m.inj nn re in atated Bet this new, centre Dial iT3o and come on along' SIIA1IM, till I'Hdllls oMthod ooela) rating an anni%*ersaiy th.n to (•rulk champagne think you %  | th,N I WILSON & Co.'s rroS Aiimvers.iry in Uctober, OCTOUER, when • %  rc'U be %  lamboree) <>t good .iiidHiK aavani %  nd Anvark an ineechanand wondertul .1 n !' nii-s,d *aogaegall HNS/ III1N/. N IMIIIi M KIMls. hlMls Hid space Tre^luce 17 all SOUPS! Distributed I v J. A Mai son & Son Ihal tarnelf Kirst in quality. lOpa u. hH every family's fa every occasion NOI ISM BOWS ..r. ii ii i-veryonc — superior OB nt And if that doesn't nvince you. nothing will I ilrranirii of a hra tailh firm MBMIi • •. toms I IPI-nlu'lU. . mg centres And remember, her job Ig i one -he can leave at the office at 4 pm. or forget for a quiet weekend, Her wont i recurrent and iever ending, for breakfast lunch, tea and dinner corm aruund ear' lay with the regularity of fte i-ing a uu. ami muM !• coped with. Families expect meals to tie produced, no mallei what. And MantUM, as she reads im daily paper, she CaWWt help noting the warnings given (>> lhea> i uoighted thinking people-, who having no axe lo grind, Bjrg COD omul only for the general wel* i -.f the Hland. Warmnjgs as to the cost ol landed noods. highei in ltarl"d>s thitn any ontvr vf.l. Island, and this she knows, help* lo make it .1' she lias to buy more -si.nslve. Warnings that this hdrnd I* be ng left iwiund othei n i-ii %  .inicnities to I. ih te ir idr nil i Ih. | w : i Harbour, I lilt eg for the bulk loading of sugar, en* ment and praebeal help ba Howl accon, modal ion for Tom courage merit for foreign capital All this and more Mrs Housofg m las, for. as has been said heruii', she Is no fool, and -he i %  well thnt Ihe neglect v irnlngs will reflect on her daiU life to make It even harder. She knowi that iniMiioas freed (1 f -i iseb%  eontrol.s. an.) left In the i ipabhhands of the business men of tii s Island would serve U TO MILI* — HANDS ; AF is sale for dalott fabrics, easy on ui hands FAB *wtaeverything nc.ilng fragranl.v MB IUI fomiiK hOUOl nhWUall LrrsTK* ) •' unalBNQ I "i *al LAL.ULK.OLOO.NL aau4.i.\MiM. HAIR < UtAM FAB WASHFS EVERYTHING BRIGHTER, WHITER. HOH*41UU( U>UI GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & H IGHER SCH CERT a o-i'.' !" r OH''','.C'FVUAI IW. "iJ atta mJiitlaiimr 1. I oivi IW (tradiui. TiMo>* '2.UU) MixMiaia >•. io1 iu rran*"n a?i %  *" MCD r*n M.A i i r> nhwi MrfnlmMI • WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD •"-" We'll soon hai a that better Wtlll ^"~ ^k i luldirn't Hscidcnii quickly ref^aa/ \u ffpaenanaai %  >) Gen>aenM e*s \ .' Jj.' Jrawi out the dm lod stimulates ^* tin growth ol new nhiu over die damaged 'it Keep %  no imndy tor laouly usr. n ulai -lit' Man rogenli dsOM ii erveal ol fMUTt. %  spoki %  ) i enter nan deahm gi\i*> lerfol an enhsatioii. If von ant a i.-ulh lirm iift.Chan.in%  ii.*" is lor veejl In roan ta v u t g ai fabrica. Geaalnc Msidrnlorm Btaaai.ti-amiij'li'ooli igtbel mlej "Malr-ol \uieries. lii.r,-., maitfen/hrm lot mr) ijpp ol ligure. FOR IPOTS, BRUISES, MShES, hARUiOMS, Etc GHRMOLKNK %  '•• %  at a iUy it left the farm. Buy K! IM ii'ilk ilt.u aeaj Can alwsv* depend upou Ida it\ wholesome nets and |unty! KLIM IS PURE. SAFE MILK J2j KLIM keeps without refrl 9 erelea [3 KLIM quality is always uarferm [4] KLIM Itaicellcnt for orowinqchltdrM [T] KLIModds nourishment to cooked dlskes [gTj KLIM U recommended for Infant feeding [7 KUMiafainthesaeclally-pockee1t*ei ; 8 KLIMis produced under strictest central Take pur* waier. add KLUA, %  ind fou ha>e pore, lafe milk I e %  ..-.,', 1.-.-,-. ....... I ..-..b,............ I OB. M.. '. ...i*. .1. I %  %  %  '-S-O.1.. I e fjsfSh> •*•*•.• *•— -t" I K. ... wBBBW* TRUSTED IfMEOT ^rOI OVER SI TUtJ BEWAREOFWORMSI I Mum lbnu a ..1,1 B nd ,.-,! altk* 11* I .- ,-,. Iu...l W j..,-ll ..III. (iI •MMJe'a Worm IM'"I. M*l. IV UM I OMSWIUII'I Mi— r IW] M A*#-iVW/.V,V#V/,W/^VJUST liHUVHi rorraas ASTHMA BBMFUY imANtia ntrr msrNit UVONAL MORI II K MM tri MII.K 11 ftlwai •111 1 IKRuns IIIUIIIH KAOLIN ronra C. CARLTON BROWNE WbalMale Retail DraggM 1S Roebeek St. D*al Ulg v KLIM aare seft MILK BUT IN rilMIINCI THI WOULD OVII WHERE PAIN ASSAILS... SACROOL PREVAILS I KNIGHTS LTD. | 5T-VDAY srrtrMnrR 28. 132 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN



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    \>\\ M I'll Ml • U a, |SJ HIM.IIIS III llll %t.,\7 .1 Mi \ MIVIII \it Major Stede Bonnet: A Gentleman of Barbados People Of Barbados (XXV) PACF VINT Major Stede Bonnet turned pirate. H. i described as "a |M of Iti .'.h. living on the isLmd of Barbados." Why should a m.tn in hi> pns lt tOS. denly decide to become a b*a> canneer'' Perhaps it was boredom, in fact Stede Bonnet 1B said to have explained that ho adopted the black flag because of a "craving for excitement and adventure." Sail I Barbados in the dead of ruiht. in • Major headed his res <•{ for QN Cjtpr him to decline it and live May, at his plea a ship as his. where ho would not be obliged to perform the necessary duties of a sea-vovage." Great Terror The two ship* continued to cruise together and pillaged a. great number of ships in the Caribbean before sailing to Charleston in Carolina. Lying just outside the harbour thev captured four ships coming out of that port in two days and "struck great terror in the whole province of Carolina, having just before l*en ted by Vane, another notorious pirate" Indeed the people of Charleston were so frightened that although there were.eight ships in port ready for the sea. none would i and the commerce of the town was totally interrupted. Teach then had the insolence to send in one of nil ships to demand %  chest of medicines from the Governor t>( the Province, threntening thai if his men suffered any harm ho would hang all the prisoners he had taken and .•end their (nails lo CM ('•< IrfjrnOF The pirales walked UM streetopenlv while the Council Wtl holding | hurried lOO of the matter. Those gentlemen did not t-ke long to deride to fulfil Blackboard's denial, d'. and the chest, at between and lour iumdrad uouiMts, was delivered to tin\ Soon after this adventure Taaeh %  of the ; Proclamation of amnesty. Or Stede Bonnet held Out a bit longer. PBturQUlSj to his own vessel, hut eventually he too sailed into Bath Town and put himself %  t the mercy of the King's maglstratcs. A Short time after getting his royal pardon the Major went to St. Thomas where he accepted a By IAJX GALE Governor. Sir John Pop.*' •">". PRIDEA IV Kenneasy and his parts wei. ,.„ this eummodily when it was rushing all possible to get the Coiexported So this sugar p-odu:l, hS^.i.K?* 0 !" %  •" %  M"*' 0ca than M sugar, war. bang .' !" rh ". "V *??' 1 '" " w '" England al a Sr,i^.fTV V • '"" competitor leading merchants and planter r nu tm Barbadian pUl *"£T. rm SL by m al '•* with a far worse loss than incipation. for the W I %  %  AnU-Confcdra< %  curable Nathaniel K \ d lui'ied by a uarriMti-at-Uv Ml Philip 1. Phillips 5rltian ,, Wes uecame ai. Anglican parson IV %  s53 %  .1 a Dc%  %  i! legates to the lo Intervie Bute lor the Colonies; those mfmbei i e. tin alraadj mi i 111 n d Mi Phillips and the Rev llruce Austin. The weraL Sh Gran •VMS not idle, for he prtnUng M bed a ne*si ap %  .11 d Th* Barb i Paoj and the Wlndwat I bland E.arctlc.' which puts tl. I.. Q I crtior's party b.forc thc "I ll %  v. u.nd Islands. At this period then was eneeta to the t'niteii Kjngd' reantaat of the sugar %  j! lOUIltl s lo I .1' percentage. There were many protests from, all tfi** ) %  the R ryal Co I Man* Barl.adi.-n> .-ill line bundledx srbart -a it: i .>: tins price the Bat%  . %  %  .on. god lard of living was ex:. I i lo docUsfea, lor i %  party i spei tt %  %  money f/hu %  l plantations. : chad % %  >• .iwsjri sef I3 snail sums were offered lor til m; f r HK BflOS oi MIK 1 Jual aboni covarad the cost %  if produ "i %  od mora .e 1,0 ratal Imraatatl This an ttsa '.io.it Britain was Mil the experiment .>( it was considered suffrage. and only Jtaoso l]tJ .,, opW1 M markr „ to .„ products from nil countries, wtlhI || |.i. !i n nii.d duties or bounUe->. would lead to gem penty Tins proved a fallacy' and her COton i ai were the sufferers. Ibil poUc] of f.:ee trade and Its reartion in the OOaOBiaS love Barbadians, both adult who were in receipt ol e#m salary or were owners of property wore entliltd lo vote toff m alaction of Members of thc House of Assembly, therefore, the lowr class of woik.rs weia unnpnsented. This elan the attitude of the Governor, ' w „ they thought t.:,-t ma Maon Aa ^ ard CoIoured to |cik upper class was so much gggingg lllV|ni nt (|1 Confederation was that it was for ^ Major Stade Bonnet nteps out into eternity from the hangman's cart with flowers ID bis manacled hands. commission as a privateer against the Spaniards, and while in this are.i ho found seventeen members of Blackboard's crew whom Teach had marooned on a lonely island, and rescued them. Later, while off the Virginia Capes, the Major fell in with u vessel from which he took twelve barrels of pork and a large quantity of Hour, leaving !n exchange tall K of riot and Bn old cable, i Mo 10 finish stocking his lardaf 1 few days later when he caplured a ship carrying rum, and 1 asks as well as ofher items in the cargo that took his fancy. After this mild beginning Major Stede Bonnet resumed his piratical acUvltaaa, changing; his name to and then to Thomas. He had .1 "ciood season", pillaging many ships and collecting a great %  Ion of wealth. But when th pirates reached (ape Fear River their strip defthad leak and they had to haul her up for repairs. Finally refitted, she sailed out only to meet two vessels which had been sent after her by the CounolJ of. South Carolina. After a terrific battle the pirales had to surrender and, manatlod, thev ... made prisoners below deck. Bonnet Ksrnpes Major Stede Bonnet and a pirate railed Herriot managed to however, hut the other Of the crl H wen taken to Charleston and tried fot Piracy on the high sens Of the twentysix (males onh [our \<,cre freed while the others were sentenced to be hanged. In the meantime a Col. Rhet, spurred on by si reward of seven hundred pounds offered for the Major's cap'ure, was searching for Bonnet and Herriot Late one afternoon he found their hidingplace and killing Herriot on the spot he brought Stede Bonnet back to Charleston lo face trial. The trial caused quite a stir, for the Major was unlike any other buccaneer that had ever stood trial in that city. To quote from Judge Nicholas Trott s final speech: "You being a Gentleman that have had the Advantages of 11 Liberal Education, and being r.cnerallv esteemed a Man of Letters, 1 believe It will be needless for me to explain to you the nature of Repentance and Faith in Christ. . "And therefore having now discharged my duty to you as a Christian, by giving you the best Counsel I can with respect to the Salvation of your Soul. I must now do my office as a Judge •The S'ntence that the IJIW hath appointed to pass upon you for your offences, and whuh this Court doth therefore award. Is That >u Utr nald SUde Botinet shall go from hence to the Place from whence you cead And ma* the God ol InflnltMerc> be merciful on to year soul." So that was the end of MftJOT Btodn Bonnet, the gentleman of Barbadoes who chose to satisfy his craving for adventure on hoard a slocp flying the Jolly Roger. ger countries. .rtoueandl emigrated to the differbenelt of Ihem the unrep.e . „. s . Somehow the, got ,^, waJly h(1 ,, nltrd StBte of the unpi. -.er ConAmi ll K.. lUll .atelv at this federation the land would be |H ll. to i>e able ordoj hiislaessi between the Canal to serve the Island and to be free Zone and Barbados started in to act us he thought lit In -mfi. an d the amounts 1 Assembly without havpaid nt the General Post Office a| big any official intervention, he Bridgetown betweeti thai time end resigned this |xt ilion during 'his mm amounted to £245.341 10 2 crisis. It was Reeves who advoil' rated the formation of the ExecuThe Census Of April 1911 bear. live Council in 1876. hut this took out the fact of thli heavy emkgraFl to eOsM Into effect and Uon which took place between p it -f tti.' cooetttuttori 1801 and in The figure* reveal Mine th.it dale The general pubMint the It'll Census was 10.323 lie eppri 1 .imi %  i war than the flgure of expressed this I" presenting him 1HM1 Ba ch CetssUI prior lo 1911 with a puns of one thouaand bad shown an increase ovei the Kiimaas in 1877. He later became piaceadJng one. thus taking the Chief Justice of BarbedKN and Rgure Of II.502 at the average was subsequently KnigMe*] by'.' biereeae from lHSI t.> 1891 C^liecn VI • III twenty v..i |..iiU. ami artrtW01M production of can* toga* * the deftrtl "f 10^11 from the was on the Increase, and Ihefa ""' Census), this nmken a rough tenl rival or total of 21.915 person* IH'IOW what this commodity In Hie for.n of it ahouU have bean, sbafafore II whuh was lietng prothis is u tough hguie ,,f the IIIINIduoad in lame commercial quai I Baroadlani nrho .sought 1 titles by the taropeaii eountrle bettai way of Ufa In othei counity the ( loae of the nineteenth Iriee, century Austria and Qei rumy The %  ystem of education in Ins %  ran producing nsarlj ihre" Wand had paduall) evolved million tons of this mstwhi "i pnm the elemetitarj n fiools The different governmenu of ftlunded by Bishop ColeridgOi Europe were subsidi-nng tin prowhich wore run by the I duct, and the growers and menuend received donations from |ba racturen wi. KUIVI'I: 1in SI'CK. in F.ngiand -and the numerous small private schools, lo the present day standard. This 'lelmtngl;. %  %  1 %  on the principleof UM (•reeks and divides the human rJaesse. Firstly, upenor intelligence or .. iirtb are 10 a position of command and secomiiy th%e of inferior inlatsecl "i KM iui %  ocittnally designed for ihe aoveraang elasa, so it n* leu to a sociei> of tducated cowureg psopls who are separated from thi'ir own people by a tremendous etal uit During the Hrsi World W > peonee af Itailudos tasted Ihe fnnt of priispenty for the first .•iii. but this did not last long, for within a decade wide slump was again OH, and plantations whuh bad been soto BM %  rnall *artunss % % %  •' %  i. thrown back on their former SBBUBS the buyers were unable to meet the balance duo. The business places of Bridgetown were crippled by this %  1 unegparaed collapsi of the sugar niaiket. and Ihe angola Island was on thc VStflS 04 ruin, so ihe working class of Barbados was bsM k in USB -ame position 11 was in pre-war days. Ntau> writers visited Barbados during ftbSJ late twenties and eail' ihiriies of this century and reeecded Usett impressions. All arc 1 In their agreement thai tho^e of the -oioured met who had rei-eiveil a higher eduI 1 the.1 elkosen isiMJaesateis, while ihose w*io had not received higher education but had more understanding than the majortt> of workers, had acquired a higher degree of proficiency and had rien lo be foremen of then chosen trade*, peasant proprietor*, mechanics, engineers, sailors, and policemen But the striking part of these visitors was the pathetic condition of the Negro of mediocre intelligence who had remained at Ihe bottom of the social ladder. f<>: Ibg) and their families Spate in the starving condition. The numerous beggars on the streets was also largely commented on b> these visitors. What a difference to that recorded by Pere Labat during the days of slavery; for fie states that the Negro was proud. He relates about Ins Negro boy, thai the slightest word of COttlenipl was nsOTO painful to hmi than If ho had been .kinmd alive. And fui flier for hint to bo called %  poor negro boy drove him I> despair. He adds that this bo> tool MM liberty of telling him thai only Ihe Whites were poor. and that no Negro ever begged for alms, for they had too imnli heart for that Slaver* 1, panted srith Its concornltant evils could not break Ihe pioud >phil of the Negroes brought from Africa, but one hundred aaaff 1 f freedom and neglet t had humbled Miem. for after hlieiat they and their former masteis Wen Ml IO work out their own salvation on .1 one staple pioduel. ihe va] f svtucfa was rapid I v decUnlng, while the Ifothei Courj 1 iry lurned a deaf ear to the eilew of her children, wbu like Hansel and (Jrolrl. were left in % %  '• of flnarieial w-n (TH be ConttsrsjetfJ, I 'HandlMMik of Barbados.' bj K <1 Sliuklei. pn V 3fi. 'TRINIDADHERE WE COME' g) From pare 2. < 1 owd was bubbling over wi'.h ixcilcment. devouring (verylhin* with their yes to remember it detail later on. K hear the various argumtntl when we were passing the Five Islands r.s lo on which the prison was -situate). For, having ih n b-.n dressed before dawn, we were ible to see everything coming in. In Trinidad We dock-.-d at T.M am in Saturday IffJ s r t and her Pocretary, Hachacl Evelyn srno I.ad pr(ceded us. Hon. Audrey Jeffers and her neicQlOtiS Gibbs and Mr and Mrs. Alb.-rt Moore am mere to meet us Is and boys who at "Faith House." Santa Crw stayed In town for breakfast. while the Others ^ent tp tn.'ir hvc homes. Four of us ttsyed with IPJ uncle and his family Capl. 1 rrnond Clarke, a Barbadian who 1 skipper of the cargo and pa%  ago* plying bwand Tobagjp, Kirat thing we did alter unpack in J_JSTS visit the shopping centre. FrvU• rjck, Edward and I Streets, Marine Square etc. So gave us much assistance with our Major Knaggs' Zoo, The Ameriti rrille' I believe we would have show, when he operated the spotcan Base and OoversUnent House • sells lost our way if we had not light and tried to give us as much Gardens which are not loo fai met Jim Marshall Jim is 1 Baradvertisement as possible in the were visited, but unfortunately. badlan who is managing ihe "Guardian". lime did not permit us lo go to Trinidad branch cf The Gen."-al San Fernando. Maracas. Mayaro Agency Co. (B'dos) Ltd. Hospitality and other places in the country. The City Port-of-Spain. unlike Bridgetown, is so well laid out. the Ossd an broad with adequate pavement, everything looks sc huge and enormous as compared with the slow, easy going, quaint Bridgetown. Everyone is always It gave me an Idea as to what New York might be like. The Trolli *,ated me. although they moved so very i.lowly. One Of my friends just lived for the -ix cvntj tasdg', It was all so new to us. Ncwsiiwn Victor Hinkson. another Barbadian who is a reporter mi the Trui,dad Guardian" took US ofl a tour of that building. We met V C Mm ray, yet aQothci Barbadian and Miss Smith. .1 lady rcCheii editorial staff is huge, liut Mi.ii they have ... lot ol liiouml to cover. Victor also Other Barbadians who are reThen, after u very wonderful siding in Trinidad and who helpweek in a more wonderful place ed to make our stay a pleasant Trinidad, we were forced to come one were Mr .and Mrs. Ashmoro liome. time was up. Anywav, we Wharton and family. Mr. John consoled ourselves with the fact Wlckham and family. Dr. Colin that we had crammed about two Tudor. Mr. Willis Bishop and Mr. weeks %  fete 1 ', as the Trinidadiaiu. and Mrs. Erskine Ward. Then of would sny. Into seven days, the Trinldadlans. there was Bruce I'locope who took over as our stage manager and towards the end of the tour entertained a group of us at his house, Mr Alfonso B DeLima also aided us by allowing the bookings to h* made at his Jewellery store. On the whole, we found the Tnmdaduuu extreme!, ptsassi ing generous ai I maybe %  • %  mi for the fa I thai IT USl 1 f the troupe, pal I* ilarf) Myself, ara just longiiii. foi the daj when we can go back. Phase* ]ik> I: l\dere, Palm Beach" Aiiuatlev.luli BaM Basin Rodney''To Arrive Monday Morning The Lagy Rodney which was scheduled to arrive on Tuesday Is now arriving at day-break on M md.v. This vessel is sailing from H.,luh Guiana, Trinidad, Grenada and St. Vincent, with cargo and passengers ll is due to sail latci in the week for Canada via th. Nor'hern Islands. Local agents ate Messrs O.r. diner, Austin A Co. Ltd l> carries a crew of 124. and •under the command of Captain A I* Blanc. "DIGENE" MADE BY BOOTS FOR INDIGESTION PfcMh St-k Junl !( %  RalMva Pain fort l{< mm.-. TCIXII KII mi-ntn anil w gt om Apprdlr Cornell At idllv. ITlr, l/tt r.rh lK> — in I' 1 IMIO ANT TAPl 54(. Each I 11 11 11 IIIVKH I/1... Ii BUTE WEATHERIIFAD LTD. Hi cud Stiw-1 HARRISON'S — BROAD ST. •OKI At IVI'KOVKI) SYNTHETIC CHAMOIS LEATHERS ARE HERE AGAIN \1 THE SAME OLD PRICK 2^* 84 Cent* Each ^vl 1 h* O RI A C • DOES NOT BECOME SUMY • DOES NOT BECOME STIFF WHEN DRY • IS SOFT. SMOOTH, AND PLIABLE WHEN WET • LASTS LONCKK AND BECOMES EVEN BETTER IN USE IMI M, I OK POLISHING MOTOR CARS. WINDOWS, GLASSWARE, CLI.ANI.NG HOI SI.IIOI.I) PAINT WORK Elc. WE RECOMMEND "ORIAC" WITH EVERY CONFIDENCE HARRISON'S Hardware Department Dial 2364 or 3142 Jfm J-H IA mud CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. Jen ihe IMs Jeai' DIADEM SHOES FOR CHILDREN "DIADEM" SHOES Ic.r Children in While Buck. I'.l.n I. Palrnl. Hnmn Call Sizr range includes I i, 7—10, II—I Priced Ircini $5.77 lo $7.74 CHILDREN SLIPPERS Also an attractive assortment of ( hi Id re ns' SLIPPBM in Red iind White. Blue and White Sizes -.in S2.A9 pair Also Blue sizes II—1 r a $2.43 pair Th* sacrtt Of a luptrb flavour *ith Ash I Call u mile hby •U.lin* I em a P-TIBI* SMMC SS y""U fOI*. You SStVf ne"l t.. use M0 irfttpouiifuh of In \ rVrnrn HI hst.--.. snri poai hnl lull Bsrlsar profJ'. and *-h*i %  tlirT-n*ncr l^a & frrrim inskn Ihr irir'i <>l \u brasa asai •->'< %  Lss .v fVmm (n i.r U> in % %  ra Ips Pal ssars iiaii las ""I-"I • !.. i:nU!..t basa Dssfsi tas lacSBS luu hmi I*IVi'ini IIIVI\. V IU|, .i < —no OtSfeM BSSOS nukn "i Ml to IIK niiJ / f 0matk$omit A aOTTLI of Lea A rVuin. ii M neour family I LEA&PERRINS {%fs w/ ///uf/ tt////ytrr//tHe WORCESTERSHIRE SIUCE ThiTf is Aothiny llt-iti-r TIIA.V MUSTER0LE THE ALL PURPOSC RUB. NON STAINING. For Congestion ML'STEROLE gives Instant Relief MrSTKIUll.K Haiti deWj SWaj UtO IhS Purrs. At flnt .i comforting, tingling warmth. followed tfiV""! by D*itcious<-.*ii!„-s. nd then ^i(iu r,*, tr s tfea iongi-fm raUaf ML'STEROI.E: Is not jusl another ointment—Ml'STEROLE Is th,modsrn Scientific horn, •,• condition known sj tlMlgSSUlMl" REMEMBER-H'H Iff SI I IHU I The All Purpose I(L,I> for Chest Colds, Cough*. Sore Throat*. Lumbago. Muicul.u Arl,, SI.I.HI OBTAINABLE AT:— BOOKER'S (B'DOS) Hill l. STOKES LTD. (AgenU) Brsag Strrrl A Hustings (AM'IIA i liintu D ANI>: at all other "good I>ru Stores" LEADERS in QUALITY' DRUGS ami LEADERS IN SERVICE. When every minute is precious When Ihr time factor is Ihe most important . When thc highlit premium Is placed on u,illty he sunto send vour Doctor's prescription lo us. OUR SERVICE IS M ."AI.I.KD in Barbados KNIGHTS DRUG STORES ALL BRANCHES MomfirtJMir* II lit'It ff/Olf Sftfl-I thi-sf S/ifrifi/v Uu:.ll> NOW HARRY DRIED FRUIT SALAD 39 % XI ( (K'lMALT .. MO 1.20 ONIONS I-I 3 lbs 54 SARDINES p.-r tin lB CONDENSED MILK pe rtln 32


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    PAGI i ii. in SCUD \S M)\oi v 11 Sl'NDA. M I'll MBKH . IMS VNjP^affk AD\Or,,\TI: l-TlaUS hi i*a *J.If < 114 IHN4 1W2 SunHav September 2S. HiniKS TIU winch can be disliibuted air the riches which have produced. Tins cornerstone of MODUS I fleeted willi p<-i 1! hy .u,\ lummumly. Ii Is bii.suto the dJacUMtoa <>( national wealth but its algnttcaiice vital to small laUnda In which Uvi hundreds of thousands who have been taught to expect Improvement! in living stand.mis. It may be politically profitable to thus. who yam by such propaganda to state that the evils of property, tnal-distribution of riches and inequalities of opportunity are due to the N I pbo have selfishly sought their own nKH>'andLsemont by underpayment of their employees. But such statements are not supported by economic laws. The exponents of laisseft-fairc, the liberal economists do in fact err by paying loo little heed to the natural acquisitiveness and creed of individuals and their contention that it you leave everything open to free enterprise, everyone will have fair shares is not justified by the experience of laissez-faire periods in history. But with all its faults the svstem of competition in trade is (he only real stimulusU progress and to an increase of nches for distribution. Competition is essential to remove Lsjineai and inrlliciency which increase costs and diminish riches. But competition must be protected from developing into abuse. Tins i beat achieved by legislation and association. The State exists to protect the individual. Its legislative functions must therefore be employed to guarantee private right! and to preserve the sense of justice and honesty in society. The Slate does not exist, as so many IgnONtlt persons claim, to carry out the will Of a mob. Tts tirst duty is to protect persons and W guarantee the rfgMl of the individual. But the stale can actively assist trade and enterprise by lending i's 00-Operatftof] The state it has been said (and experi ence proves it) is a bad entrepreneur but it can help enterprise in a number ot ways In highly industrialised countries the State employs departments of commerce equipped with ministers, collects statistics and attaches consular or trad* raprt sentatives to other countries solely 1 I promote the interest of its own trader The formation of the Regional EconomicCommittee and the opening of a TradCommissioners Service in London by the British Caribbean Governments provide an instance ot local governments' realisation of fmV'hcetf "to advance the trading Interests of their own citizens. Yet despite efforts of regional action and despite attempts, in varying degrees of earnestness by individual British Caribbean governments to take action specifically aimed at promoting the production of riches in their own territories, there still regrettably exists among representatives of some political parties a feeling of antagonism towards those citizens who are engaged in trade. This antagonism is supported in some islands by a section of intellectuals whose educational background has taught them to despise persons engaged in trade in pale imitation of English traditions In this respect. Fundamentally this anti-commerce atli tude is more dangerous to the future v all being of British Caribbean society than the activity of Marxist schoolteachers oi propagandists of nationalisation or extreme socialism. The West Indian peoples may be said to share one character! ti In common irrespective of their national origins. They are all essentially individ ualists and they cannot easily be regimented in consequence. But because of their different racial origins they can easily be incited to display antipathies to associations of fellow citizens who dtffei from themselves as to status, occupation or even pigmentation. Everyone in Barbados knows how these divergencies have been exploited bj a I soits of people '• the detriment of Barbadian unity. Indeed the very slogan "unity is strength" has been used by one political party as a rallying cry against'a class ot persons s/metimcs labelled "merchants" and sometimes labelled "SOO year old reactionaries The damage which has been done to the economic health of this island in consequence cannot fully be appreciated by this generation. But every day that peases without an effort being made to inform Unpeople as to the real economic laws which Warn a nation's pro sp erity ll adding to that damage. Every country in the world today ll faced with the Stem necessity of obtaining greater production r*f riches so that they can be distributed among pi who are l Highly industrialised countries like the TJnlted Kingdom are being sabotaged by highly paid workers who are prcpa%  rlflce not only their own mm.. counti\ pro parity but the prosperity of the British dependent Empire bj selfishly time British manatactorer? cannot campete against lower-priced Japanese-and" German product!, Compared with the i; the problem* oi Barbados seem quite trivial. but to the persons who depend on thai island's prosperity for their livelihood our needs are of primary importance lo ourselves. That is why so much anxiety is fejt by those who have studied the economic problem* of Barbados (which IB so small an islam! are not UK difficult to assess) free from the animosity and prejudice experienced by those who seek to win political popularity by easy promises. These individuals have concluded that too many promises have been top lightly made by those who cannot perform them and who are recommending policies. which if implemented will further aggravate the serious economic conditions winch threaten. To further expand the business activities of the State in the mistaken view that this will add one cent to national riches would be criminal folly since the State already is faced with a Bill for the upkeep of social services which bear hardly on the community of direct add indirect taxpayers. The State's anidSty ought to be always, after the pi faction oi the individual and his rights, to promote a policy of production which will [tad to an expansion of riches. A policy Of production can only '* effective U it aimj at encmwagjlng p v %  initiative. State intervention other than for tn protection of the individual from abu,; s will decrease not add to the riches available for distribution. Sitting On The Fence IITMII.E tflUNht) correapood** i art giving us some good huIHJav reading, v Morale guided mlssilo thai will travel half way round the world, there is n girl "in England worrying; about tea-time etiquette. %  %  i is a meal which A l.irl With a Problem .... and to the Re\< income* — N. GUBBINS \ I | LANB. the til actress, Spain, has coSa-i ,1 *h< n K,.t..BjH are making %  pass at a Sir', the* sa silly things like "If you were lo Atlantic Ihe water would melt away." Anv Spaniards talking n^. k.n.! ... %  '! %  " n faiat ia h strl mold soon (US IllOUlli lure of U-a. cream, and pastr>. ,.„ Msd poors the lot down her new presents many soul] problem* lowered summer rrock and over uHitM knife whethth hn a 11 -' '' ,l1 IT to raise the lea cup by itself nf with ihe saucer held beneath Th ,turd bappy vulgarian. and the correct way to deal with who would be equally unselfeonscones and creamy ca'tes and scious in Tooting or In BuckingpastriM r n Palace, sucks her tea noisily >ut of her saucer while her mouth Well, dear, lets drop everyis crammed with buns, buttered thing lo consider your problem, scon'. and creamy rakes. We will assume that tea h.< Y,lU niusl decide for yourself hern provided for three guest. sirwtstcb Is the correct tea-lime SB•ing on the edges of the best chairs quUe and which of the three will hehind lace curtains in a dear be invited to Tooting again before little house In Tooting, S W an atomic guided missile, fired • • • from China, knocks the tea cup The first with the easy assurout of your hand. ince of one who knows her drllt. ... n ,„_. the handle of the tea cup Meet I>r. Hlitnt £^{Si5£^2^"^s~ her knee, drinks noise4" !" to l n lessly and replaces the cup In the litw I***" !" 7 saucer without spilling a drop "f M awfully woi rled about m> When the rake stand is brought *husband." said Mrs. .Fussy"" I( "y, iu dQ#1 i %  out of here th round, she take a plate, a tea breeches, when she called on outm nul0 youll be'paying a tine f. and a lea fork, se'ects spoken Dr. Blunt. insulting behaviour, a scone or a bun .or a creamy "What'$ wrong u-ilh him note?" cake. Before the rationed butter asked the doctor. is whirled out of her reach, ahe "He feels sick after meals," said manages to get a large lump of Mrs_ Fussybreeehes that too. %  "Then don t give him any. said Dr. Blunt. Thifc clever, Mlf-assurcd woman "But ho has gone as yellow as a he plate on her dandelion, doctor. Do you think other knee, sail the bun by holdhehas taundl niK it in her hand and taking dell"Eifrwrr thai or he has turned can little hiles, or splits and butinto a Japan,-*-." said Dr Blunt tffs the sroiu* with her tea knife, • • • i ruts small, easily negotiated "What causes jaundice doctor^" „-%  f creamy cake with her "/y vou u*ant lo know thingt ered very smart in ira fork uke thai." said Dr. Blunt, "u-hy This remind; whei ..nun* from nraat'i that you said about the Atl.mli, / aav *f you rwat • %  Atimmic if i,-ill "tell away. Bui I am not going to iwim the Atlantic. I wan cc/. Water doeanl melt away. It evaporates. H.i K, then. Eewopomle Whv should ihe Atlantic evapnrate because I'm in it? Because you are to desrraol\ ;o exoric Water evaporates slowly at lo* lemperatures and quickly at high •emperutures. VThal are you getting at' . Getting at* I do "' undersf If vou're trying to say I m i Dig rafreahing *' *'' 1 H7 but a nasty-mind But I am papi ment. Atlanta Swim It, you'n d little cad : %¡ you ze comp 1933 I'rirtH ermltt ii < in: si.tiioMiin \ouri: To Our CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS we v.ill be closing our LUMBER YARD &. HARDWARE on SATURDAY J7lh. MONDAY 2Slh, TUESDAY 30lh SEPTEMBER tor STOCKTAKING and opening again WEDNESDAY 1st OCTOBER WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to PITCHER & CO. t hildrcn'tt Museum THE excellent work whictt is being done for children at the Children a Museum is known to the schools which avail themselves ot the facilities offered out deserves greater recognition by the public of Barbados. Ten years ago negotiations began between the Honorary Secretary of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society and representatives of the Comptroller for Development and Weltaie with legaxd to the establishment ot a children's museum. In March 1944 the Society was informed that a scheme had been approved by the Secretary t State for the Colonies by which £2,100 would be made available to the Society through the Development and Welfare Organisation. Unfortunately this grant had to be paid through the Government of Barbados and had to be supervised by the Director of Education. Owing to divergencies of opinion resulting from Ulil method of allocation there STSS little progress made until 1st August I94ti when Mrs. Frank Sweet was appointed Guide Teacher. Classes on map.-: were begun in February 1947 and weir attended by groups from eleven schools. During the spring term of 194(5 line thousand children attended 49 classes. Mrs, Sweet resigned in September 1949 i i since the Christmas Term 1949 Mr. Neville Ctmnell. M.A., Director and Secretary ii the Society has filled the position <>f Guide Teacher. From the beginning lectures at the Children*! Museum have been illustrated by map... pictures, plans, photographs and drawings projected by an epidiascope with a daylight screen, especially constructed by Mr. Frank Sweet. A film strip machine has %  '''**> been used and full use is made of maps, models and specimens in the Museum. Whenever possible emphasis is laid nn Barbados and the background of the Caribbean is selected to illustrate the teaching. A corollary of this type of instruction is the encouragement given to children to collect their own specinu as and to make sketch maps, diagrams and drawings. The subject matter of talks is varied The Guide Teacher has spoken among other subjects on Arawak Indians In Barbados, The Story of the Caribbean, The Coral Reef, Some Insects which Attack Man, How Plants Live, Life through the Ages, Greece and the Roman Empire. From the summer term 1949 to the Easter Term 1952 there have been 9,199 attendances and 2,349 children have been attended each of four classes. Since June 1952, eight models have been purchased out of an unspent balance of the grant from Development and Welfare. Imported from Great Britain they illustrate the Deu lopment of the Wheel, the development of Bridges, the development, of ships,.a Coral island, the House Fly with c^g* ''" Larvae, the Bug. the Body Louse and Its the Was and an anatomical chart >i the Human Body Five prehistoric ^nmuU have also been obtained and will t>exhibited in a Diorama showing the v< \ don'l unu ilf for a medical' dearer which I "have just invented mySSU Tho wrond, who is obviously a and find out for yourself?" f colonel whose face chang.i neurotic, unsure of her place in But what shall I do doctor?" colour so frequently thai ne •<• Hfts cup and saucer to her -Keep him IN bed and give hivi often mistaken for a siop-oo iraimouth with :• tumbling hand, plenty of water to drink." nc signal. pills half the tea In her saucer, "And nothing to eat?" One evening he steppedI into m. nakes a wild, panicky snatch at a "No", said Dr. Blunt, who had middle of the road, and mr iranii reamy cake, drops It on the carhad once dined with the Fussystopped But before " coul l pet. tries to rub out the mess with breeches. "A day or tiuo off from reach the opposite Pve m *n her squeaky new shoes, picks up your filthy cooking will do him face turned green and he what is left, puts it In her saucer, good lehether he has faundire or over by a 'bus. .hare It becomes a hideous n ixnot.'' When Is Federal t Government Likely ? portance of a sense of |Ev ( %  •'4riH' lllllll*' *n> f government reu nationality to a federation is * ,J, !" r r % %  % %  c(j Tha ls lne h t facW r txpUcH in the second cond'.tiun union to l>v appropriate the units Professor Wheare lists as which Dr. Strong makes a rcqub„ ius i de*e to ue united, but not ,ary for the capacity to v iv for federal union. Because to ^ unitary. But whereas Dr. federal government, whatever concerns the nation as strong ie al -/-,;: "l*" 1 "• iariy poiilical institutions. Where So he listed some of the factors H re we going to (Ind this simllarwhich ought to bo present before itv in irfie British Caribbean, states can be said lo have the And what of the tacW*v desire and capacity to form a give ihe rapaci y to rema n d federal union. First he UsU lincl and separate? The major of the fedei Indtvtdiial units continue to manuge their own local affairs. This division of power, says Dr. Strong. If the essential characteri>lic t^f tinfederal slate. Profwaur Wheare who agrees %  Ubatantialb with Ur. Strong lhat the aiark of .federal government is lo !*• found whenever there is division of powers between (hat -fcde.al govcriunenl -Tnot felt in the British CaribU-an. .1 ^ dt ._\ ^Vn-nen toge-hi Dd tverjrWBare good govll taken for granted that the !" ri >" "„?." -i !" eminent. It Ig wily at the most United Kingdom or Canada wit' ^..p rnmen ual a means to good government, not protect us. A desire to be indc* good Ul i' if' pendent of foreign powers wl' And he proceeds to consider hardly exist until a sense hen radercl government is apftat OI1 ality Is achieved and itw 5^^-jp^e^rWheare -ot the* lis UnfiVv desire W,Sh f r inde P cndcncC "' " who feme and work h immunities. Unless they desire Trinidad Tobago and Ihej ought to consider whether <>' a world in which sovereign inward and Windwards an alliance, a league or a confedIndependence means les^ and less 0 iher. and Barbados and British eraUon is not more appropriate to (is the scientists discover more Guiana a third. Any other comthem. This datum of Professor and more frightful wenpons w lunations would I am convinced Wheare, a recognised expert on destruction. violate the federal principle and federal government, is especially _,,.._ ,. lead to the impasse foreseen by /,! in view of Head 5 of The units of Ihe BrMisn CanbJohn Stuarl yi\\\ 0 f o n e being the Interim Report of the Select bean are all parts ot the same masler „,. two being Irresistible. Cotnmlltee of Hie Barbados House Empire and lie In the same geoThe „ lz( of a un | t Wl |j pe tl .. of Assembly. graphical neighbourhood but Up^tpj m the number of person^ The Barbados Committee rethese two factors although lLsted lt can p rfK t urc w [th a capacit;eODUnand that "Members should bv Professor Wheare as condul( KoV prn. be able lo serve in the local legc j VP to federal union seem lO Aj,d llnnlly there U UM HUSSjSblturea concurrently with the naV( !„, application to this relum „f nnance. Federal Parliamenir Not even gion tnan ^ ^y Australian uC Uniu must have adequate reL'u.vi.iin-ine went s far as this. lne United State. sources to support the federal and In one of his reservations to tho Th( sU „ ngOT t argument in fnvri K ional governments, report of the Select Cornrrutlee .1 wr of tcderaX union is the hope -H U not enough" says Proloih Houses of the Jamaican legof „,„„„,!, advantage but it i fesnor Wheare "that the general islature Mr. liustamante stipulated nntPU .„ t i hy that the politicians of uovernment should be able to b.moriexpensive than rofljional ; alone. The size of the units Is as 1 %  nentiontd last week of prime Imthc portance. "It must be the task" anGorKeous Satin Anejaise is an invitation to the Bride or to Kvemnij Dre^s Moire Faille in dancing green, pink, blue, fawn, gold and bronze. ihal o mi-rabcr ot Ihe UcmI.iturj Bnlljh Cnnl>bMin have shown fl nnn cc lu.clf: It Is cSKntlol al: .., 01 UH Exocutwe Council of „ ,!,„„„ to BrlLIn'.. conlh al ihe relonal govenune, a £iS. , W !yrSliS!I!fcSlK 53 01 BCish Caribbean trade .,„„„„, t, aMo ,„ „„ U kewl 8 e. during the period of consoltdatinK their political vletortes. Will there be sufficient If the factors which promote sources to support both federal Ihe House of Assembly tFederal) should be permitted to retain his seat as a member of such unlfs 5Ru' U L^r X £ U th'rH^ n rf deVire" "ror""uniirn '.re not conand renlonal Bovernment, while II member or the House of , hl of h !" which asks? And the answer he give. Av-cn.blv Au;>g t .e rlr.,t five P ; t „, ,.„„„„ h ,„,. „„,. whlch mMt iyocaU f tmn of feJer. 1 (oyernmenl • ^. Mralc ln ,o mc mallcrsf .,f fedetsnon have failed to stress. This proposal olthouih contrary sep""" '" some ^ gj" ^ ^ ^^ ^ mMoi ZJ2L?tr to be -und* single independent gDVc under ; lerest. and common subjection to in practice federal governmen'. artn not i>^' possible. Boon ttw ISiil lie Is emphatic that (liverregional governments Hi Ci'iire .r" nationality could proj\,Ut lo perfbrrn their functleni duce a il.-ii.' '<> Useparate in or they will J>e.ablo to ftetfecrri some things unite unltniR in tii'-m only at the pftce of fuiunothers. This Is interesting but clal depeiKienec upon the general "\t 7e*o" '" %  PP ,icaD l e * he British Catibgwemment, that Is at the price ben where divergence of nationof financial unification. (.*anum wanurj o alUv „ nnt n.veTgenee according It is my contention that even aingii inacpenrie'il ,„ UTllU (||t ,( lv p rt r K ., within if the British Caribbean gc.erngovemment. wanted that ,, to ,„,,,. men s aJ(rrcd „, form .espreas their sense of nationBlmilarb -lisMmilantv of social union that the InstlllViency of rralily but they rejected indean d political inaUtutions could source* will lead them almopendeot regional governments n ot l>e used as an argument in immediately into a unitary torn and chose unitary govcrnmer.t ,.t favour of separation ilnce these of government. If the federal the centre and subordinate proare In %  state of fiux and rifts government Is financed in the bcvincial governments in the reexist within the units. If the deginning by funds from the Unite. Kions or units. I M iv for union exists this will Kingdom Ircasury Ihe process Of Both Professor Wheare and provide some guarantee of the unification would be more speed. IJr. Strong insist that for federal capacity lo form and work the than otherwise. Our Readers Say; %  fffsae Ja aort Ctaeea special arrangements for those from other Parishes, the H. Ciat Ch,^. M Inspector who see. to the Wo,i may know not bee stuily whv work for the Schools ilted on this matter Carter would be shewing it> have an aptitude Tha Dtrectog %  To, The Editor, The Advocate. Committee who^ S1H,—Please allow me space *o vocational training and Technianquire from Mr. Carter, tha "I educm AcUnS Principal of the B.E.T. if I*"' Rep.rt h the Director of Education and ... cannot find tt possible to adj a in the Waal Indies, such Woodwork Class to the prcstnt Jamaica, British Guiana a-id rjjw ea| bpncfiU if" they bcom functioning Barbados Evening inI Technical School in Tnndad fi ur8uar y apprtntices. and part of stitute. we could start a one-s,d-d hr ^ h)KlVs wnrk co|lld ^ ll(M „ innings until we get the neess|n hr VljrUL ,^ mock unking We have on the soot the Senior % %  * t,eai i" play from !" " "" public how useful he can be ting ca of o pri obtained these boys will da chools chiefly thoi Palette tinted Taffetas, brocaded and j plain, present with Nylon materials n { thrilling; colour fiesta. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. The Better the RUM The Better the DRINK THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE BEST AND THATS GODDARDS (.01 Ii BRAID .v.io St. Michael. 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    THE QUEEN AND HER CHILDRE\ B> M UIGH WITA LASKI 1 mo: i i children. Thr Queen ind the } own chili do the best for ours a* [now tl>nT the way thev •h manncrt they use. the lurnce the it minimw o' people, and it ll rnor•;.>rted to rcotest good. |< =t good i the Duke can Up nnrt cdur.iti* ihdi |hlldr. n? N 'hai thus could besi achieved by sendinc them U man I—the j % %  ins ih1 secondary modIns|iiriui: The elTe %  %  '-imcndim< \ For the country. mean th.it the Queen Aid t -v. silted, once and for thai II intended Ordinary peopss*l children WB5 mough for hen. II would dispose, once and foi ft'.. >f peoptal ut> omfortablc ellng ilia; Ihe clever children .ho go to grammar schools arc ir belter" than those who ont Yes. they may be cleverer, she irouldhnvr%  ; mdmay leed a special education Intended people who are going to have riflcnlly Intellectual Jobs. But the person who Is to turn out :• who wants the e-iticHtion the country can Mm or nor t" un in'eUicent. happy life, the j r made it clear hat she ttiought—* every' mother I 1 %  • > thinke ordinatv school for the liPi.rv children was ihe best .... nice it would be for children themselves to I Ihood In the or.. rough.ud-limiHe of unplfconscioui play, picking their rtends from the widest possible ange and enjoying all the pleaures we take for granted for our iwn children. And how nice It might be for too. to have a Monarch who Inew hi* people as a friend am' as a King | Const i night c E %  .. tot. on Public School uer what else the Queen :hoose. uuid fil hex son to one iradltional public schools. the normal euuoi uppcr-alass English it Prince Charles goes to thin ihe t-u.iii u ;. .,r :hjt lor tne "best'' ig i Ute best schools, ambitious parent must PRINCE CHARLES and his little c- Anne was one month old. wive to give hi* child the edu*ton that (be example of th W'.yal Family has proved to D** ihe U'st. Should he to perhaps, to the UCC pubUc-achool at WoolverBlaoa nfclli I've heard this sugeatod, bill n %  • agej a aioaj ia< %  y compromise. Though WOdrventone Hafl is intended for '.i king-class boys, it l >tSI 1 mlendad fo r an elite, albcil an intellectual one same methods as the iir public-schools—the lie, the tap. etc—it still deliberately sets I'S pupils np.u t from the rest, the i rdanarj children who bavtn'l mads the grade. Gordons town It Prune Civarkl went to Woolllull, all we'd have Want it that it wasn't money or Liiui inai counusd, oui Drama ine ordinary schools are still for mo also-n n.-.. Tnen should he go to his father's -iii school at (joruoiutuuu in I taken when PrlnScotlnnd, a progressive and un orthodox achool a ra andad accordiiii io %  MI wiicii tin.' pupils are encouraged to ibsX* ir. n. I... : UH D ,.;tij-:IRMUd tiicm? t, it be B good answer— .1 Ihe disadvantages i insj Royal children to .-. condary modern schools seam overwhelming. but ;.re they' 1 Let's have a look i't them. Well." some people might argue, "Royalty is by its nature If It mixes with ordinary ptopleon ordin u : U EBtta, it wlil lose tne very uaMy for '.. h i %  i it. %  'On Show' 1 cant answer this objection. I'm not going to try ti>. Jroi tliu&u who think that Roy it., and I %  i %  i^ule, su.i. .i plan will obviously be unthinkable, Hut to Others, It may opp il for Uial very reason. It will be objected Uiat tenIt yal cnilurcn woulu be stared il moid" treated as other children. %  %  %  %  %  Uit we do not lack Uk f lit. Prl, H,1 mobi*-d srbsM ha out in his pram, nor the QueenMother SrbSB IBM pnv.itclv\isit* picture exhibition And as for the echo h enaalvw—well, cbttdn pa Id %  r.,: %  octal pffoatl ( things that deti it may uarsjuad Ihad Rojn i i hildren . i'-.n N UUgfeBB thai ,.:.u-en naasd not, for this reason an ordinary cdun'l practicable. Mul whal are liiese things' tli od manners should bi i nv school, and the <' taugiit i>\ Royal pavaaft wi-n a* ha After School AND If, In oth-r ways that I ...,,*i know, the education td Royalty must differ basically fiom the education >f ottMl ..re we not Baking the \.iong things of our Royalty? There's only one difficulty I ran see thai really doaa take %  Wt I" Would the Royal children bo ai.: la share their companions' life • ii sitde school hour*? other children wander about i ith their Menus, go swlmml I %¡ exploring; drop In i..inc. for play and M i pii-bably the nicest pa; i an ordinary i u difficult today to imagina l.oyal ciniuieii ihaxing it. un I it intposaiblu'.' Is it impossible to Imagine Prince Charles and Princess Anne brlngIflg buck Crlendl to tea. drupplns in casually on their friends—yes. i : nds of all classes? liupoakible? >F it Is impossible, should we, II liap-. be asking ourselves .. ncthei it ought to be.' And if we answer that it h ,i possible and that 11 ought to be %  hildren should continue, as lhe> l ave In the past, to be educated I rivolely. to mis* the games hi padKS, the explorations in the Use awinunlna and the i bibs, the bus rides and everyii.ng alaa that goes with an .. Unary child's life. !Pe^ AWAY NASTY COUGHS COLDS LIKE MAGIC WIT1 HIGHLY MEMCATEI BICILETS WHI1£ MU No other RUB has these 4 Important Feature* lisMn. now pw %  reB*r tha mt*,, ot UdelM' cold, so swdi hM ** %  1-ckWy Whtta Bub TWO-WAY trvotmari. 11/ HAVE I* >7VK'A . IFKKl/./ii Marble Chips I II KM 11 Marble FlBfesbed SheeU IKIMOAll T*dar Board* \l t MIMI M (orru gated Bheeu ALl'MIMI M <;ulu-rhr — ll", Z" ". i. \l.V.WISED Corragated ShrrU WIRE TtlPLE YOUI MONEY SACK %  ""liS" T. HERBERT LTD ^"^..ed ROEBIXK ST. and MAGAZINE LANS. S.P.C.A. PHOTO COMPETITION RULES Photos of fin animal or group of animals. Any size— Black and White Oaly Closing Dale—4th October. Association reserves the right tu reproduce any print. Prizes awarded lo the most attractive photo. Entrance 1/-. 1ST PRIZE 2ND PRIZE 3RD PRIZE .. All Photos should be Post Card size S15.M 8.M 3.S0 %  WUOfMACB tot II uon.x Poor little Royal children: (World nonvrtfntj Next Sunuay THE QUEEN A.ND 11EH AUVISElto by J. Chutskc sAie. M.P. We Iwivc a limiled quiinlily f BKST QUALITY ENGLISH GALVANISED PIPE Y. I". 1'4'. IWJ 2" and 4" Diumeter Dcekdon of the J edges will be Anal. ~* AH photos to be sent to the S.P.C.A.. Office. Harbour Police Station, c/o Hon. Secretary and marked S.P.C.A. Photographic Competition. #A 1 orM HOOF IX OHOKH FOH TUK III ItllUWISEASON V • GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS AT A BARGAIN PRICE CASH 6 feet Long 7 feel I-ong K feet Long 30 Gauge 26 Gauge 24 Gsage It* each — S4.00 each _ S4.50 each — $4.80 each S5.50 each CHLKCHILLS PROFESSOR By JOSEPH IslMDLESE II.. II II %  i hb i..in r..;"i. iu baowna a power III IHIill... .>-. i>! 1 DM .ii... uithi.i i i .•;in Uio I iiami ;iat rei ij % %  I.I mn, bU aado bim i ioi mar* | %  %  % %  • trs..y of Oxford, rha uUe, %  rha "Props" ... .i ii or pnd oontrob lha Clarendon L-.b ii.nciplei with dl D0O%  'WOlWl W prolvuu i-uipt. U >t %  < %  i'rui. baa anj X.VToo ft OWleugo ol Ine fcj'i:auie* o. Being a bachelor, the Prol. i.. *Hh>p.. H *o.iu n. t „ m college, and Uinst Cliuich U ; • %  •>•• to*" ti.at ol iha Oxloru '. real home. Tbiuier be repaln %  %  • u.u UM u,gii a i. oauntrj moat week-eiios, %  Adodtui dj UM I aza ''" %  LAI* tor lh resident felluw ol %  %  **m*—thougn peihapa Way < rd or Cambridge college l -P nvn ul • Prwt a coi.-. ., curious mixiure of discom lllJJ siaswhafe—out mey ,u f"< rt mid luxury. If the buildings t' va m common J OfTtain n„ are venerable, so. all too often, 0 BDgosnt from ine world in ;i is the plumbing. Rooms may bo ucb tho majority of ni-n spenj pacious and dlgnlfted. They are U Ur days. also to be damp and vices for which the nation rl T owe a deep debt of gratl iraughty. But the Prol s. own capes these disidvsntasaa. He has asan io it that bey 'li> not luck ivusonabii nrnanitHM of life, even includln, u sat. The servant problem is no existent for a bachelor living fOtMkfS. The college provides ser-1 vice, and produi .... i ciuotuncss v> uuiu toua Basset m itirnsnifls %  UKI to be a naudnaj isaosH i id lo buav iu* power uui. masa %  ppui. liui ii UM lioi. aval uesi ai % %  I uluio J' h? Ol phy^lhf 'college kitchen. After a goo. |. %  1 • J' 1 1 -nnd fret;—dinner in Hull, th. i--.uo upport of Mr. Churcnil lwo things that he mosi c ouuy idealism and admnustraTheir frienuslup ia of lou 11VB inspdtude. They are right iuiicuiig. Mr. CftUfChtU grSsUj )0 regard him as one of insii ireu tne courage and eondeadliest and most uncompromiiico digplayad by ihe Prol as m g foes. experuneiital piloi In Uu xhe Prof has never been mot* HI4-1U war. convinced on Uicopowerful than he is to-day. How leucul giuunds thai the proper lonK w m n | a> tr The university may well feel ible lo fxtend his ll > PLAiNTATIONS Ltd. %  > > a ssssisssss o ssaasaaassssis ^^ BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., Ltd. (THE HOUSE EOK BARGAINS) No. 16. Swan Sire*! A Phone 2109. 441)6, 3534 FIRST AGAIN! ,: .i roiled umbrella and i.iw.er hat even tor Uiat shot uurney. In these agteeable sur-' inmuings he is the nest of con %  any. No one can converge • .^ily wllh gueau, grand orfc^Vay to couiiteraci spu lumble, drnw them out so wellVrafi wa the preciaa ravsras mat ho won -"I give Uiem the flattering sensei;'-'t preached by authority, tM man of very conthai what they say Is imporUun 2*rof took up an airplane, delibarltod wealth. But uid interesting. F.nciypui It Into %  4>ln an life, if not exactly S| Oxford World 'iriumnhanlly demonstrated in luxurious. Apart from Socialism. afTecUcorrectncsii of his calcu-attons. Bl Christ church arc ion and pompoity are the only Mr Cn rc ?i ,1 „ "** _j[H^ ^L'"T* .*.'"Wno... him find %  would say hidthings which the Prof, doss not respected the Prof's great ability Those who ^ h m Hs is a teee...Uy tolerate. A guest once rare j among scientists of hard j 0 ,^'^^ 1 e n.tentiously observed that on* ^P 0 !" 0 "mphcated leehi.i -Joy-Ity to ".>^ n ^ n n ^,, nc .,,, %  ,!. for him ahould not kick a man when he "I subjects In terms IntslUglblo Prof will prefer ,' he "'"* his bsl matter, no .s down. On the contrary.the "• the layman. Mr. Churchill Jf^JJjaJJ^^'^'S f morals, bo' f taste. Indec I Prof. Is said lo have replied, hai given ample tesl.mony to th,to ^ place !" JJ" gj? '.. Prof, reaarris those whe 'H Is the only time to do It. for services rendered by the Prof as res' • fv tho 1c?h upon mor then he cenVt hick you back." absence. If *o, he will ha (hoose, during the recess, between politics and Oxford. The Prof accepted office Us i October with real reluclanc mhrt know him aU hi m-:itjftc advlgsr In 'lie ara rsjsxs home for more ths SELECT TMMESE BEFORE LATE. (By cable) GRAN PRIX ACF. ROUEN FRANCE First. ASCARI driving FERRARI Second. FARINA driving FERRARI Third. TARUFFI driving FERRARI *•• %  %  . ,".!*.*• — Soolr, (t4|iFAi U i>li; So .nd Star.. -.,o-.: HKNnSMI ftrmmSh iiiaii a fcasfSi iTwin/ocA LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS ItOICICIITS A 'o.-Aurnt. Ili4h Si. GUAVAS ., Tin, QUAKER OATS (Cup & Saucer) ... Pkss. SWEET CORN FRUIT SALAD %  PUTTED WHEAT TOMATO SAUCE .. Tins FRUIT COCKTAIL GRAPES GELATTNl HAMS (Cooked) MSLBA SAUCE Bot. PRUNE (in Srnip) .. Bow. SANDWICH SPREAD .. OUVES GOLDEN ARROW RUM I'lUKtxs A to., i.rn. Roebuck Street — Dial 2072 & 4502 SHELL X-100 ^OTOR Oil LEADERSHIP IH LUBRICATI0I" PACE TKK Sl'NDAY ADVOCMr SUNDAY. SF.PTKMRI R 28. 152



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    M \l>\\ M I'l I Ml'.l R -l\l>\Y \I>W>( Ml PAGE I I I \l \ better Is loo lo be reI.III i i lln\ WIBi Shuffling Teachers LAST WEEK 1 commented on the possibility A the appointment of one lady to the headship of the Richmond Glrta 1 School and later on her refusal. I also pointed out that the api < ; of the Boys' School N* no difficulty. new gods >d *ti.ri and only ** %  master o( the I. " J __, (..ai u.. Il is rumoured that MIM oa.i Gradual* or non-Graduate to UUUSS ol the'St. Mu-Jacl'i Girb flj the post whfeta wee not tal %  *J*f] lhe -PP im : uu by iU liiuumi'. merit. I do iiol know if ... lha only useful al St. Michael' DM n. in mown. I am fortified in m> vwi thai ;nSne nas JuM M t her BJV. in ihuum u Hat aIld u the Modern Secondary* School it II XoachST .it bet school.In fact she a continuation of e.mentniy ,. thc on ly one. A* far a I undfeducation. Why then this .uive:. la i,(i it she Is lhe onl> B] tisemenf h. jhs I %  %  ,.r tinT ,, (C ,„. r „ t St. Michael's. Wh Wesley Hall it.,,.School Which u ,.,. %  ____ ncr lw a school when waa vacant -ft. to gc Fomc oiueL,e been promoted, there w no adu llo lhe „,„<. ]ob I made the vertlsement but Mr. Clarke who same ^mmem ,„ the case of the had been head of the St. Leon|irst appointment ami that of Mr. awls Boys' School was promof.i j. (lv ri >m Harrison College to to the Richmond School. This i.s he inspectorate of the Elementary as it should be if i | hope that rumour in school masters should DM ,-ill inprovni to be the rubbed of the plum ,.f their setproverbial "lytni jade." ... I hope that a h—dtOQ Cher Other iippointments to thlj . imntiiry p*hp*Ol wld be acbool iall for comment wlu 'e promotei tad |>cople who have never tauaht in of my writing thta might nuhtheir lives an icpointed pernwtate sejflnfl such an appointment, nently on the .'*3lT when Supply. 1 do not tea wbj .i '< bad their service termbai laboured In tb< small school muted at other schools but l cannot be lbs plum %  hall desist to-day from taking o' lhe service wtttfcOllt ill ttdfl lip the point 221 JUS?" •i-.„n til* Secondary MUOl agi—limn advertisement remains at fourteen years. it must elementary school. This juggling "•""• *-"^. -w*' • %  — inday 2 ,': ,s ^"" MMied the loss of members of IU tubuted to those who think m S^SSS r ?• 3 and Combermcre has no ItSI Mr Theobalds said -It woul I Lflnal sin. to bs stoned tour musters on leave. (not be inappiopiiate to begin our for by punishment inflicted afthei I note that Mr. Bayne a most study of this question by asking by the Supreme Being or by an eflclent master at "foundation.> lts, > v, s hal is man's equipearthly master. PtinlshfTWnl either ichools i doing the service any good. There has been a constant cry for .i. the Secondary School: The Child, The Parent And The Teacher The Set I the ooum Godwin. Rous*eau\ poattksi M on 'Tlie Chlkt 'in' Parent and that original impulse* are good the Teacher orgmhnd by the bscauta they are natural. Tin Extra-Muial Department Of the child can do no wrong; its inUniversity College of the West slincls are lovable, it can nevct if.".Nature and lips. thaj 1 School was not selected for many other* to look forward ;-> being "top of his class." I should like to know what 5" ,V "' "" I ',".. !" of H"rr,'n CoTIw bo'i M." ment means if it is a new one 5avls !JT !" f '" *• : '' m '"'""fresh from the University and stances. Lotn ( m |h( ,^,.,-,1,^ c i aM i might be wrong bu* 1 thought Wllh lhl lr pungas pajj out and that Class IV had been abolishu bt plul again in three y .,, manl %  isctusl M Imminent must be the It. Does he come into the principal Instrument for making ,nd his wife were brought, worl l equipped like the other rhlldien good. The axpoo only with a bundle of this view sought support from a in.stmrt* which, but for the trampassage front the Bible with M inn whuh be 'Mil receive later, which we are all familiar, even „, have the power of making Mm though the other side pointed out I should like to Have this possibly* Mr"*SayiuV would' have %  U1 words ,,f ArtXoOe, "the moM that trie information from %  tUd Uen here permanently. my thanks be]t t.iken from St. I acknowledge forehand. Another Appoiiilmnt then it will be DBO But I am aii nd si all Imvu !OT :,nolne r Spanish Mistress to be as dftsaUsBed with the at*"freas one .n.pointmenl iron, tltudu of the administration to">? runks < lhe ,,5f ,rt S warda the Girls 1 Scnool. If Urg. h 22ft wmUd ** VI aU \ h0 Gnillth is to retire shortly then shuffling of personnel. ThU exodus there Is reason to suppose S3 S another hcadteaclur of u eiel M s?ndary schools is> bound to nientary school will su ceed her. Thi^ grabbing of the Secondary Schools will do %  a* !" SLiy SFUSTS ".-e„ C o 22 i war the standard of the K looli B It disturbs the continuity I lobs the school of the influ.• ..i the teachor ov r period nf its nuihor (wh^unholy and the most savage of presumably applied it > turned all the animals, and the most full out very badly, losing his Inherlas a result. At ubout the time that Rousseau was coming perfect from the hands preaching that force was mlsof the Creator but degenerating chlevoua, that there is i nds of man, as Itousseau pulsion with anything but love, claims' And supposing we take that the only habit the chill the middle view that be is bom should form should be the hab t neither angel nor beast, but someof forming no habit, and G0.1tnlngOl each one. would H he win was expressing his firm true to say that those amounts f m th in the perfectibilItv ( Stock from human reason, there were inc.. 11 eminent as John W departure in educational policy and so the experience of a scastdteacher will be needed gh %  It fftlh. ci nd emeu 1 %  pointed th*n the pupils and the staff will have to adjust the n • n l %  n 1. told Jh^'aSoire h'^'nevef .mn.n"' *•" V* h h ^ '" "'"^ ^"the whole course of his life Ti7.-^r.^ u ^JT.r?*.y r *:„ m M ss greet, 11 no) greater, dlssatisexcept In sn far as it f.ction to parents who now pe> modlAed t>\ lh< rlronment, schooU Home and the have brought to the element ,,,,,.. tentf i mi ,.,. „ Khools. 1 hope that it will not Quest! nn " i?.rlv nd d.nvub ,1. itoinakeaiu nd the rn^i ib M %  o-'n M further comment on thl points .. ,,.„,, the Those views) are Irreca rs. orinitn capable h;il | ( ;(ll ,.„ „„ .„ n .. llu ,.,,., 1UI ,.,. Ul .. )|r v Ides that ol thi lamptoni of posite temperanuots of their having a commission of enquiry. (wi oM called "the anadvocates, they show how human Bells ill Rousseau and temperaments can wary a lei And tempu to th.nrlse th.'t rre moral endowment r children exhibits as great a vai,ety as their native mental SI dowment; that mural sensibib,.' is n varying trait, the measure of which may be formed lo b) distributed In sccordance will ihe law of variation, fa n CUTTI "f chance in much Ihe same way as inteMn. Height" They'll Do It Every Time %  By Jir ll.llln I SAy,V!C.CX.'80>'. 1 WILL. KXJ CHECK ON TUS WSMT AWY? C>0 TUAT 9JMW0USE CO ORCCR GO CUT VET ? r SEC By "WE RS. CN TUE'R LETTER %  mey WA>.TZO LEFT-M/WDED BOTTLE OPE*JeR£ SLOW A^O THE CUSTOMER^ COWT KOW WHAT TUEy t WANTED IH THE FiRST, PiAce—• %  I REMEMBER /•IUAT mocAGe-iT iws > 1 AKUT THE 5ZE OF A W05 PEHC L BOX -HIS COMM55.0-. WILL BE ARXTT 0 KUPECS %  7>, BEFORE TAXES TT At O ;-.'. DUMP HIM thi 'A BOX AM'SH.P HIM TO S!AM— IT*D SAvt THE FIRM PLEHTy %  L-' V^-L5OUTGO/MB ^ M ~y< •:/S? HAPPY DAYS AHD NlSHTS IU THE HURRy DERARTA1ENT'." 2t&*1UA-ix AMOA-DPOF THE HATLO HAT TJ "W. niter discussing how Jar moral may %  „< %  ."imuu .1 uerednary Mr. Taeobaiioa .1'^. on to say — "Thus habti.-. wm a are the eon<>t iiiaraeu-i n.. their tounuation m illive impulses with Whfch were born. It may be true Ihui nabiLs however good may grow 10 such extent a* lo jusUty Ibelr iH-iita described as unconscKius in which ease they may eases have any moral sinnillcanc pajopla who thnut with Paeeal that true morality consists In "right thinking" wul be incline,! to attract less unportance to babtt and relate baa pouted out that virtue which was a matte, of habit only without philosophy 1 '.dugh to the greet n .1 %  .r. :.'..: H rwevi 1 rmatl ol ] objecUvi the school 3 n it the avemne parent We will rardlngly m In The Castle Of My Skin Hy GBOBGB LAMMING A recent issue of T Mlemry S enitthy article to a cOBeriAsretson of "a new generation ot West Intv.ui wrttera, whkh n 1 I %  and vital qualm* be 00 doubt about the fresh and vital qualities displayed by IN THE CASTLE Ol MY SKIN UW %  rat prose book 0/ s young man Areedj Inaown ea a p-n-t in his 1 ,-.!,.Weal iTi.h,-. and not unanown here. Qeorge was i"u >f ituxen .\f 1 u -HI and .vertl>-four years BJD in Barbados, wciose inhabitants, whatever Iheti o proud to think of thru Island OS Little Enoland". "Little Knul.nul"' !>. the subject of George ltmmhufi remarkable book, which might pe I e.i as something between a novel nd an autobiography, it is a Bgiuarly rich book, rich In lhe %  Iting, in humour, ..xMtuii and compassion %  •• BB Ma in all its sim %  1 %  1 T > and tot ui Ha stronneI -.. the whole life of a villune. II llin li.tdos ituring u period t change, roughly fiom 1935 to Ikalt. a village thai, at the b0> rnuiiuif of the book. Is sUU living in a feudal relatuwi to the White planters esl.ite OQ the hill hut which, before the end) Is to know strikes and riots i>nd change of ownership. Some of the seenes of bosoood will b> 1es1st1I.lv tev.ill IIUt'Kl.EllEHKY FINN; others mu well remind the reader of Mr. Dylan Thomeo'i I'OKTHAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG IMK; TI„ whole galleo of eanrejctoi who Insinuate tbenaaotvei into the ofMa" and "Po", tho oldest inhabitants; the radical village cobbler, who .1 11 Priestley; Ur. Foster and Misa roster; the hem's mother a most moving lepreseniation this; ;ind the bo> Trumper and Dob and lllue Hoy With a loving t.-l.nl Ili.it il.-,. Mr. launniing evokes a way of life Whkh had dignity and turbulent humanity. It is not until lhe end of the book. when the hero meets u h turned fi-om the United BtatOB thai tho problems of lao Colour r;it then ibj IN THE CA8TU Oh" MY SKIN Is at once polmiant and di-liKlitfui. anil beautifully written, "Uttte raudand* 1 is fortunate in having so gifted an mas George Lamming Engl.md" will rerognis*III him as original and mature a talCM BB has appeared for many consider what tho moral outfit "f the ore-school rhl].| ndght be," Mr Theobalds dear! stage by itage with the development ol ths moral %  ease to the auld i>"<'. in home 1 if> end 1 hoal Ufa V flic Infant regularity was an im portant need, e.|>e.i.iMy In u • matters of food and neei icgard to obeduM.-. M I balds oontrasted the rha has a right, not < cominand a child to do s thin :. with the palrla BtWteatBS Itomans Which 1 in theory. The parent who was loving yet wise and Arm, would tmd that the child m the long ran •Tel glad to have formed Ih %  habit of obedience. At achi the child becomes a mcmbci .i .1 larger soelety; his SOClal V^D ,lion has begun and social 1 I u tion Is moral education 1 stage was supplemen pd by .eligious instruction. With. %  ut U-lief in the fathei God and its corollary the bro herbOOd of man, the ibil 1 with a purely motet iall OSOPhy. There should be disci' mation in selectlna %  ubjo b study from the Hit Ike those of the I Uavid and Jonathan, and fidelity of Ituth and N lieautiful and valuable, hut one •diould l>e careful m Inb stories like the tea 1 Iflce of Isu "i the method by which Jaco'i displays to Esau two bjadren Mr. Theobalds went 1 1 that the teacher and pupil ihoi li not regard each other as natuni enemies. The relation h be rather that nf a Mg and 1 othel I achieved where fe from the school. An esUttf discussion folio \ , %  thanked .1 1 mulatlni ur*i pioblom The next n,. lhe Btodi Group will I il I o'oloi k on K.i ,, October 3rd. when Dims .MI bfhjbown by the courtesy of th. r,Hti*h t'ouncil. USED TO DREAD WORK ami"' y > 1 z\ He Lest Ihe SHNS m his No woader this man flr^lea rolna to work, for rtaeumUe pains In bis arms made ll tortere to uss them Vet 10-day bs feels flttr into ever and work is a pleasure, as be tells In bis letter l "I tied beea sufferta** from rheumatism *err badly and bad such pains lo my arms I s.aroely knew how to us* them Then I was told to try Kruscben Halle, and after uatns one bottle I found rellnf Sn, of course, I have kept on with It. am now thoroughly better and hare never felt so fit for years 1 used to feel miserable and sluttish, but now It IS a pleasure to work instead of a dread." -S.a The pains and sttfTness of rheumatism are usually caused by deposits of eseeas uric acid lo the muscle* ar.! joirls Kruscheo stimulates ir>" UdMyaaad other Inteftlnal organs to regular hi-althv action so that all the eiceas uric add ! expelled 'he natural channels. 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    %  —— B'dians Study Sugar Engineering In Glasgow H i. %  1 JOYCE CARE\ I Mr. It L-'fan % %  ...I. %  Ireland. o* closer togarther. i lUtl b CO \ Ltd. Coming lot! %  serve uai durlBI which time Uli night school Their aim Is lo obtain the High* ir in indu %  I Irannum. who* Hi F N Grai i I InOctob; larUdOS in Sei.temuvr 149. and .-,,-_ f r !" tr/tnli-ul Afro H< „i i, iih A t. w smith : !" r ul r _.T l "?.!i".'. ^.V c !!:_. %  of Mechanical Encinrrrs ns Asa* % %  M. AMI Me. I I Similarly, other Wi I TBAKK URANNUH %  %  ,i theological student at Yorkshire be ordained next in IHM • •• %  %  ll %  I i-im. nl Ji.yi %  College), • ixford, %  %  • .-I • (-. i 11 ii Mnntene Balkan w part) and ... ervlci The fr-wit In IU13. h Joimoii tin • I in the NlajBrtao Kfgimeni ,1111111the war ;ind wu wounded In the Canavoona Campaign. Returning tc !iliUi'.il duty. In 1 wag sent as luagistTntr and executive officer to ltor&u. ;it thai time a vi-ry u-.n-.u(tistn.i llii health. however. covarad from garvtce anal he was adwsed •e. HTIT* ( ~\v*.\ ley, who ha* fought and left hrr • ppaan peai %  % %  '• %  : pan ii a inturn-s in nelp him I win lite ha* served fallho many year*. merry her. when his hem %  *t'y • %  %  :' v. iier arrested for robbing The charge i> vwrseho%  bout It aax eighteen mths ihtt is where the book depression ll#tutl and ends. She bears little t*?y inerti and snideii nnliee, when she l out. she will about making another net epttng Um .rating her own personal 'Id In her own story, Sara hi "" il. affectionate, ruled by kar Wilcher's %  '' .. sure of her. But shr turnup f Il laW agifc) .n The llnrs.\ Mouth'. ivtkM ..i-i bloody canvas. Th. jjfer-, :il g t more used by life, ..no vftaaM ind Cullev pu'he* her down the %  "* fuggy two, < ..I) ii coming to Bcotland more since—hi* m.*t recent will anj nl the characters he has and s.esus: wretched m advarcreated: to invclve the reader la MIV, exuberant and extravagant this transposition in prOapi my. At length he over., •nuin;itiaiitiy ID his grvif rag* hca himself and is sacked. ML', .ngues an <-x(raoidin.n > but he bobs up again and enjoy wer. nd good fortune before he k Tha type of novel Cary writ*-* taken up on a murder charge the novel dealing with the indiHe bears no ill-will at his exellar stepa nmninR, vain. -tan-chaaer and. iheM pictures are both n their contexts. But Oulley till has a soft spot for Sara, for 'hev have been through %  lot t'Kether and are really th^ same I ind of person in their insatiable zea| for life and in the courage •nd truth of their imaginnti rldUal in i-elation I nowadays rather OUl B it ft has i padnpaa t> i i), %  ulion an artist in life, Johnsot^ ias had a good time while II long and rs ough Uefoe. Fieldin mates Uoth style and nibjacl i'n rapM %  yee a i I AM BO ilmoal b uwa i his seamr. tremi A t W B nanilfai.1.. gal ha-, tice, obtained his Hiuli. i the fir l In thn %  %  ; um ut "Ashton**, WortMnsj ..ned th. 150. 1 i ."' %  i i %  this week—a book i thrr.NtokN of poljtlCertiflcate in Meih.tni eerlng. and. as .. Si ident nf th. Institute i is now Applying for Oraduah Membership He has Ihi technical quallflcatioos %  hi A.M.I. Mi' i E apart I rilling th< fK>titiu; with an %  has alitait, begun thl He Is artaWng; with s draughtsmai. However, he would rather seek employment in warmer < iScottish climate, he sUpulattoe, hinew )ub must t" Eomavi I Michael ione of Iba few Weal %  gain the tufhei national and he can (%  ]tH U] proud of toll eo rnpUihi lenl H tieorge, who took hi?. BacbaSoi "f Glasgow I iheor This full and varied life :eflected in the eXiepflrmally sfMl %  .•lite of Caqrlg work. There II i othiii superficial in his ama/Jng rsattlity o r in Hie quality of his in -light and apprenticeship 11 lake ii this -ear's ''* %  h ,s **** wideiv ,ind thoii^* %  •Ply in the Held* of philosophy two and a half more roHglon, art. politu and ars he>la 'hese subjecU are not just drugKed ,i . I T a'* with life and I -ice with him A second group of C.irv %  item is perpetually changing, novel, deals with anotha i ry likes i lai • gory of pi mitivei children lol of charaetei plrnt) v Ifousf of Children illHli and elhowroom: his later novel, ; scarcely veiled nrcount of hithouajh ncA-er diffuse all cove own youth in Ireland, seems t" parlod "f hro or thrao Benaratie the very stuff <.f ch.ihu-i liOOS. unaccountable fears and joys, 11 it is Uiarefore ntf urpri ki uawloudar] vision, its blessed ex... iiectancy and forgelfuln^-. 6 thmi lib ea a a n tial elemc.,people, in institutions ii. society In feelini; th* l> Iht* inevit.il iht tnd • edy of change. People. Cary sugHerberl plans to )oin a Glaagow .1 lor the %  nitaa water olo club '-' 8 "id-. the Burbados amateur lo HMgtM in IMS. I'.-tei Roach, whOM falher Mr. 1 drill store In palgMStOWn has t.een With the Mirrlee-i WattM < %  '<>., since he pests, if they are to do rAOra 'I' I exist, make I iii%  i'i %  .i iglnatiou if thai nth of in for effect but form with the* human personality Ihe basic raw %  terktl ..t bla toi. The Intaapa. 'ii knowledge with the :i.idn*ons t ,-l.ers and IndJ %  "' P '"' Kit clash with Uh %  i pCn i wbolenest %  f vision which is evti jioniin.'ti ih irapnaatva. With it ir* combtnex imaginative gift, of H very rtigl order which not onlv gtve.l Ihe lriloj[> In the Mintjc ,'i the iirai booK u mat iuc irdogj WbaCO seems 1950. Petei is "^"jf .itallti old and has obtained his I'i'ieate towards tha wishes, t national. He has approxl,^^^__ %  in ahead of • pprenlici k lor thiw m dj l" n'e in tinwarm weiitiiiL .f the tropks. Hav1 nd people their tremeudui bul enable him. If k himself eomidet isii Siiininei" .,: ti.*., ,, ,,, ,.. .hdiilong ' ugh and dunlin the winter it ha;, to be •Jperlcnci II . )n Cary s own wuios, lo givu ..rli olhei WOTlda. Much of the p picture ol English history tragedy and the injustice of life imougii English eyes during the has its io.it* m this ver> conflict hurt f years'. The three bunk betweefl *hc creative and the ereUIP written ai utrsa i hOWi i ,n dh^itefs of autobiogr..t'b>, 0O( thai novel, To be a Pilgunr. ..j each "t Ihe rhree prtncipal ttH i i o cm \H ,-ie.r. ciiaiacleis. They can uc read illnouiinJie.1 ly Ihe anaginatioti: dependent!> but the i-cader who 11b ohan ha discovered one will rarely irsoy rematn w ish lo forego To be a Pilgrim' is about Tom Wilcher whom Sara but i tsaarl %  vonservntivi lor whom the lies of afreet been strong*i '.hn.^ iie drive to dventure So iruiti ad e( bee teg a mlaslonary. he bai a l.iwver. uid man ags try a ite nd the affairs of hP mote brilliant brother anei sisler for all '-hi race ted Uttk tha pack in the house he level .rig but unable to stop : d nepkeyaj make . mess of their lues, he lives mostly m ih.past With h;s lelivious and pol'tical ntUltlOn, he iable t> ii [i-i peetfvi .i 'hange as %  rilatai %  I lit ht' dtoes not like il and 'eels pubiwblonely and frustrated. It is only 1 "L i c a u ea he Ii tUll moved i>v hw faith thai ne U gbei lo aaaapl rtn. I w/esi frtdlun apprentice la: in lo say: After travelling i, [approxirnateh, no, %  iveraskM iBg*MMtOM an 1 -..^... ,,iiu .. ..." Uraimuta. Tdght) of Barbados coattin awlth Jotin Lanlgan of J.imnlra oiit*lde their home In Olas gow. These are three or the Waal Indians who aro working %  appreiitlcen with Glasgow eiiglnctliig firms. ilh the b tupted I But this, reading the i the v..v life go.and Cary'i Ui ... Ihi %  biki Qi I Uu must n of HM true nature >f recent .niu beat known, The (linnge goes with hi^ feeUiig l. r (forse's Moulh' The narrator i, approxin:two o lK anie t ad.t.on. whien .,i. ( Jll u | ^i,^ Qulley Jimsoi. v"wik in Iri L? V t,M ton • ll ,, recreation whu u ^ usl „ nteil ed a term in %  ind Sundara ai werUnv V \ tht l £ POIK 1 -V. K, s ,lo,n a or,ner P"!' 01 *' Gulate* As Jjnior apprentices thev Imi-rtant or Cary. themea i ^ u on back In netlon. leading a ^Mof the comic masterpicie. f holy war which i very soon iransfornieit into an unhob %  -'' %  '"" \ % %  %  h Ht again, meet* £ particularly horrtlile death, hut dies in the faith. This first novel is remarkable both keeper and ml-tr. Tor Its terrific vitality and for lawyer, Tom Wllche: "there is one major i however ind that is to i ovi rail general attendance hi school. The Intla come to ihi big i ll i foi Ike lirst Una ai • lie" them !hll th.iK.tjol ll .i ..ii M-.ill-.. Hi' work has lo be done and the) make an earnest -tTort. And what do the boys themselves think about working as an apprentice—"it's %  t.niifh life, but we can take IU" a ir time. Herself Surprteed* is the storv of Sara Mondny. country girl. I ..k. widow. on i e Gu lev' indel and mistress, later houseto the old Setting Up Nights Makes Men Old ('•ellinr up l|liia, i.utDlii| aanu lli.n u utiaaa, liliith dla.-l.>if*. dull acl^r .M l.vt tpln*. poln *i'l !•> lutlim. narvou^Hi waU!>••• MIX! at rnanb*Urour r CBU.ed |>y dliMu*. ol Ih* ProfUM Oiinl |a aiomt ImporUuil ••> aUnit in men). To avfi-coma Ui Uoublw in 14 boun uid y,iK-ni rNloi* viBour IM liMillh. Ik tha %¡ •• .*?:amin vmn .r or I erulc^ta ioonlight' (i46, what simUai bn iptrti and teciiraqtai Once again uu lor) Hie pleasure of moves lol ward • inuill.iiC"imsU ir. the present and the pus I, and unco a gait' It's the present gcnePInodJ £iut %  %  niain K about women, ind in (articular three old siter*. Hose, I'essie and EUa Venn. Hose, the oldest has always tiled lo map* .•ge the others—she hag aPM her niorat duty and not be* l • bo unjust. A* a result she rated by both of them; by Bessie who has managed to break aw ijf from her. and by Ella who lias become increasingly dependent .ii* outwardly devoted to her. ild man when r^iy wh en ROMdies, does Ella. "" who has nursed her through her illness, realise her true feet'ng!* towards her. It is through Ella thai the story is told; Ella is be.lining a little queer and she dunks she is responsible for Hose's oeath; but at times she can see %  u:le clearly. Her weakness ihtt unlike Rose, but I'^e her .iiitfhtcr. Amanda, she has not known what she wanted—or when she has known she has not tried liard enough to gel it: for her. the creative Imagination has been lillburn. The background is ihe countrywide, the decay-ng villa, the adjoining farm and the seasons of fie year Although much of The When GulMoonlight' Is as good as anything __i ..%  has written, one feels someTTK.W that ii does not quite 'add IT': Rose does not come across • On Page U Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd. I •mttx tsJB>H mples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days r N.nJtrponilM %  akin 6a. I elm %  Nio %  N ,tnoMr(li.n'r. .r> rear k.4-. — DulafMdVr II..III,.. artrte k.dn-.. htlar txHtonawi aiiir > and ..'. Mah I. an. ihe hlMd Whta ih. hi, ih* mksa • woraca iW|rl wall paiana and jou lacl main and mia-i.U* Then it thr UM to uka th-kl'i Kidat. Pdls. al I hvar Dedd'i iurt u h-lp the k.a>%  Imii a"i. lliaia liaonlul waalai Sa*.i >ur din.' bcl-ni .. raala.-d bj !•*' iiradaal anarit and pap. But b* tura M ( at th* aamana (lodd • KW> IMIi I lo. Isrgi bflUkat *U *"* •<"'• %  IMI Iba r*al vial el MUi %  •-> .I Staaki ,n T""-* ***Tpaftlatilatu U 1M •WS1-. u- ••• •"•—> a* UM* daalai i n* Ian IMI M naa parlaaM4 a U.alWjt. ol l-.W a^d aatdl* aaaaa lol* aHnpla Bad aa -io <••' "*'-' aT7i BaS Tni. Infi lll. M V.To**. U lavoUt* and *a>. >.> laU. >.l u -.,.. -IU aaualna ward In a.iin ' %  .trUr upon ll* Jland.. kiood. uakMf %  uaoVf hoaw naaunart aad a la at. If ina ml plaMiaa *J 111' Don't Be o Weok Maw aj 1!1 fln ll %  T*T— larcai IMiaata '•nl nni~.a." raJi i^^SdJJSj to-mna DurtSfai po*a. m inn aasifrrr. %  hi.li buil^i n*n fBirt elood am IHI.I !-•• -' aodr *inla "I"! •'• %  *"•',*' aad alUja. Doe • • •••*•" •!" %  • n,. n u4iw<> !> and %  *•***•• no.ii n T asiMii'oil claratalt or* a( Ika Piion la>ai Hit trwa .<•! M *a**hn.l i i.in. i.. in MM alaoda %  %  i\\ so ip. laaia o( ananaati, ata|t ,i i piacllra. J. la -pl" '"" " %  id ol loimula kno'n ai Vi-Toaa i.i>'> ...U ino IMII .. % %  [••il and .ci-ollft Inlo. ..I oralmani ol a*lo-iiUllnc am liivl* puralUal mo tlinda and tliui land) M foit'tjodihM irooi and •ilalili lo Iho Feel Results in 1 Dsry laca.at Vi-Ta*. aro aonainoaM* COMI' waJaaMeTl Si !" and i m, miti a n lent etui ""."MITJ'*. too. a inn ina* laol on JOOM tounatr oiini ca> %  • ThM* to*a>ita Oat* *lml |i..i I i IB* of • %  •, i -iri iirona. fl. and ..ijraoaa*ain Results Guoranteed IU ewUlajMUni ho* Man Ui* IU*M t v. Iat In rlditlnl s.jlllul aiioauo-i i.oa ofltcd uodar %  paaHra* ,^-ian'f. lotoal %  oUlH 1 S ***l ll u aiti.-l. MUalacioir in -WIT / Oal Vl; isxs vaxnsnsvss rffrjs itMurines ^ M too did -nan • **ra OB TO prlaaa, pi) i>l>..n Ui> oropdr.,*** %  •* a,.u ii* lull pmrnao pOo* will to r*-* %  > %  Oal VI-ToO. Irooi n economical age iheae tiles (which are resilient and quite unlike --tone tUea). The) are ot only damp-resistant hut resistant to fire and vermin too. What is more, they can be laid throughout the* l:ouse on any solid bate. %  *y Ortr linn" plain and marhleil -nadra. %  fiiiuriiiu. lo irtilfc upon. *• taty lo clean. •jg Dump .Jirm-vvrtitinrmmistmnl. it f OHM Iti'tirti'. ir i „,, be -a-ilv insiaMed. Here i coffee with the inviting the heavenly flavor thot make, every sip a satisfying experience. With Chose & Sanborn you get all the flavor your cup can hold. Aik for Chase & Sanborn today. SEMITIC DECORATIVE FLOORING TILES 4 MODI ( r Oi I J -tOP ( OVFAMY Supplied anil laid by :— DOWDIN'f. KKTATKS A; TKAIIINti CO^ LTD Phone 5t07 or gM Slretl



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    -1 Ml AY SEPTEMBER 2s. I9M Sl'SDAY ADVOCATE I'M.I IlllKI'l I S HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON J3L ^LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES 16* (T Jl"/T XOUA/O %  arrn-ACTJ ^0 BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ^ DROP THIS IN THE ^> GAPflAGE CAN ON VCUP •— WAV OUT DEAF %  ' FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY £1 THAT'S IT -M tuM CATCRPHL*C I JOHNNY HAZARD LL !" BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS %  3 MB --./ AH'VOU'BS MOMG NW -.. 3 gu >CJ WEffE ,V **_>'OUT OP ->f "M %  > TOWN) V tt-E' %  i am %  RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND -. \K GCT-rQ.,.1 D AO03V : L_ *EEP "* 6SS GEM =• PHANTOM :• ^& BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES M3TT4 Bl.iTHAl GUV WITH THE KX. %  -THE ONE WHO KNOCKED AJA ; %  :. % % %  : %  ; %  i ,-E EEB DIP '"AT-r^fj'> SAN-WMEKVOUW/ I EVEBVONE M SrOlU K1AWCN / IN KN6AU Mv k'lD 6&C*^ECS V ^NOWS TMA 1 JAW m -it awar. t>"t < •>'< *MW &** • Mkjndh..H.n On. I UHM -II.II •ill MII ihc Piwcau %nuk." he MK). H.OJI PudJin< S%  he runught her j dull of Rovml P iliiid. And when ihe UMOJ n, bee ( broke out into a A.* miula (M BRINGS A SMILE TO EVERYONE'S FACE JnM Wit •rlkkxn Rural PvMMp M yar fatally and fritad* and (hot % %  " %  Iw %  **• e> aailrfactloa. YoaTI !" .ik. ilic^ to the Lai* Mn. Co.. VI n Stands SuptetKA MIUMHS Of MMUK eqif with scififi< find.ngi tfiof I /T„, i.itc' tod irdi wn be of any size or sii.'i' 1 Card! ear. I I Dtadi by %  %  !>> A F ;,. U< H nn enter any number of mr


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    I"\(.r FOl'RTFFN SUNDAY ADVOCATF. M'SII.IV. M.i'TI.MIII H • \*:<1 CLASSIFIED ADS. mrpwoNt no* BIRTH • M-IH .. loi.ta UWI-.I of No. s Mi-nue Beetles Roe.1-twine. a bov and it SB*. Mother. ei,d liable* arc ? %  •'' %  : IN MKMOK1AM I l,i,,m~. %  hB-lfcMI.Va> Hie. Wi" MHMII li-mi l ourt. ncapOalii %  l"iupm mn **'• 'we U>What Ir-uarh in l.-el* B'-f *. > (MM notm longer nle;h %  II reply L. T7r "^ r ~ %  a** ion. if, ru %  pm ^iid Ivr r*-newibered M THANKS "I'NT Dr Shelbume Hunt and Mle. I I. aratef.illv acknowte-dapnun decpeal appneiation ihe IUIIUWT rendered Ihnn during the lllr.ea. ol rmni FVANOEI B\F in Mi fad inot* I ..(i M .mi %  no attended Ihe CAN i GkH Muui Si . 1M1 ; lode1 n A 1 raatlUa Rod nan r ""' Oarage Lid r SI3i. CAH1 MwM tai 1 1 r m Mudti • In PH CM %  *• i -... i ii-.i, %  M*UaHeu. al .1 leapt.t Car 1 "•** IT I la CAMrr Sale 1 Ch .s.j c ia Mi elaan new ballery. Thr uiMlrnlinN gratefully be (MM lloyl*. Uirouah IhM medium In HI HT lhanha 19 all Ihoee who attended the l-inetel. ataa. rank, or lr any oUter -.r*l then .imp-lb. lth u. Ill our recent beic.iniinil .Kcauoned deal mother LottK Ma, Moore Phyll.* Marahall .ll-j^Wi', A"l. Ui %  Jwi SBO M li MAX (ill Tli. family ol flat UU Henlrniah Waleoll wlah in thank kind I... a*, -i-nded Ihf lun11 a I -ni wreath. CaiaVa and brlte,* Apply lo Mr SI Phuip IT • .**-In CAR-llun-.ber Haw* Saleea CAT. POT-I Condition Don* only 1MB mile* -id island Tel Ml S.OJIn KILLMAN aAuiass rw ana —d Auitlp, salee-i* OUoer M in 1 .... a> Co. LU a s M—in Vaualui. MOM MtyPUHTVCl-aV OM 111 SUP Ami ainlorevcle MI food condition Re.,0,1 priced) Apply: Donald Holder, KalU Hood II • M I MM RENT HOUSES 11 %  %  Two Small cottage, fe, oomai. I'om Oct.-her I.' %  d Si La*rtic Gap. a 1 !'l ANTATION HOUSE—Bl l\*f. Idaally altuatad Applj A U HiHbtnd. Ml Standfast. St. Jamaa 01 I a-ndv Ct.b Hill. St. Luoy HI*'. *OH HFST t. .. %  %  a'-iv*d Unait*— IJII) (vi"i.nm fl-.t 111 Holrl dlilrict. naar twauiifui Leach. I air) double bedroom.. r-nlih Rath Tub. OM Sadv*. Hati-.rit TrlfpMoni Spaciai term* lot lona HrMkn WrrH A C'„ Adv..ial 17 % %  Si—Zn MANHATTAN—rial! on •• %  Walchd*. 1 ,r .1 < 1. arch from Orlobvr Irt. mod • -a bat in nil Fullv lumUhM. all modern Three todiDottu ancri. I,dill (iaraj. Sr*iiU' Room, •ncloaod jard Phone DOS >Q 111-11 n pLTHOUn CnaM % % %  .!. Hovcnib*>i and Irnm 15th Jan. 10 Jan lift. 11U 1'hona BU. SO B U—I f n ,W In tWalbrlydc ,:.d l -<,.i -l. lojr bodTlvrHTONrontalnnig l di.iHinn ana ilmin* IOMM. loyr bodloomi, ..[u-lo tolWt and balk. >i*U ball and kitchen. OaMda and Mrvanta' loom. For paitloulara appl* 10 carrincton Si %  *..*!. Snlwilerv l.uroa Slroat. H litSjkV VK-ni|tlA I illv I rhi.hed aide. Wdrthln. :i W-tniomi, and K)IUna H00111. open Vamndan. OCrvi Wator. felr.in< Refrii'atnr. Trlrphone aarage A ScnanU guarlera WOO poi inanUt Tbr landrofd pay. I irirplioni A, Mai.. Ihal SIM WANTED TRfc-K On. va ruHb TStVCai v 1 tiHoim Dial IflSJ o* 4|M TIlUCK OM IIMT Cbevt r Oi in A-onr tonuilion Ford Ca' >P tj %  Apply tn ridera Hill. Si Itilllp nr r-'dn* Hoad ELECTRICAL ill' rnK'AL sritAVKK One H %  Metric Sprayer Complete *itb Sprai Cm. Larga Air Tank a. Sunbeam Com preaaor t n aood Order Pnca II10 U C ulact C Arthur Maynew Phun4T*I 27 • S3In rw ARRIVAL* from USA tncli.dt famoui niankoam Prodoci-. Aulo malic Mix maaftar, ToMOra, WaSW < Athe new eomblnasion Saeam .... Iron. Sacur* ono ol Iheee Rae lanre. from Da COSTA A CO. L Til t Dept Phone IBTa Ml IM.I4 SALBS KI \i, ivnii "aMtWATaV *<" kl" MS %  > v |. •* INIt.ll Mba|aja|ftll> bwtil rsera wetb The well and reoldenee atanda _. <-loi*d by Kedae wkaty Oolf Courao Tnr hcnaaa contatiat us and DtMn room, :l-d-i1" >-.*. ai -t oi r-— <" %  • Soar, situ^bMrda. *'d MffMtM cupfeaaaid 1 %  ' %  v.i:_atto< Llkatjitt, Hal" %  %  1 There U a bait In |_kaaj_ 'he paaaagawu. and .U ih. !" '-. and the winooM aS RUad iih !... Bll d -rant. ?JZL* El*? *iUi'.''iTi.."rW U .'nd %  nipie ronni l,„ .lorae. Uund eat. T-he.e I. a aa'.ae a.,J .er.j,,. room In lie around., and Hrv.nl. baM and 'OUM In the a n;inH Ri> r ol tne hnuae rrw u-ider-manl(ned anil ,,rt. <" '" % % by pub "ice. No IT. Hill, SjtrMf, llMdget..-., r, Friday in. mix d-v a. miobe, 1HJ •> I p m Irupaetlon lo be arranged by e.ejMaonina IlkS F.w f 1 |Kn pgajtaSuLan ind conditiom of •aah, apply l; CUTTIW. fATKiKO 4 CO HI LAST HOVSK SPOT TerraaM opppalla Col ""Vidmer earianad) by wall on two >Mee I'IMM DonnM %  RnM BftM H.S.M—In 1 Uaorsa. Gaong r. %  lord Walaeorf a*| Maiaat MUI. 81 [ .. i M -all.ioi.-na Anpw •Sanitary Inapec :.ania. li v .. 1. I ulo by N. IT nir*da> FOR HAL* HI HINtSs P*UM A Co. % % %  wian is s LAJaO ;-' aq It Land. Nelaan Road avy Ontdena -Ida Inantaae. good Apply, dial BUT R Centre *• • SS_Sa rROPSUtTY — One Sk-ard Houae. gaaV l um raaat, I WOMHHU. diawina: mm inutg room, and out orhcea. well with ump, 10.000 >q fl land, al Lower WeetNa a'l Maiine Square, St Michael Appt) Ml-. AI.en Skeete an Premlaa. Wilhaii. F. Skeete t'ppe. Bank Hall S. It. a.) SSB5S in • ALB U TMI MI1TOR VIIIIL -T aV RAIIASThe apaeaiaad price cf SSB.OOO0O not having been received fo r th e Motor el T. B RADAR". OPPEHS lor Ihe puichaae of the aame are Invllad Such odeii a** to be aubmllted in a ad envelopea to be ag dr aaaeO to The Maranal In Admirally. Public BuUdlruSi U krOd U lO and are to reach hirr l-f..ra Ihe 3*th September. 1SU in tha Ul October the .tainlna thi "HIU-RISC" GIATMr MALI. IIIHIU. < imi-i i 111 n< 11 reatdanre lately occupied y Mr liriTIIOERATOJ* Thu well and aubatanll-i; eaidcnnd dining ro"'"" u 0 ualha _rtd i..ilet. paalry. nchen um] itore-room. Boill-in cup. . %  Nevia and ft* Km awd % % %  gam oatly for St I ucta Sal-"" Saturda) llth October. 1PW Mi a.uoma nSNIM' ASSOCIATION lINC.I COSJatJOWO. " %  N M1 JHN M. •tl 1HOS ar CO*. UJ., r.vj*. FOR SALE Canadian Nalinnal Slnamships Sail. Salk *f 1 T** %  > %  ll... Bertea Barkag.. aWkada. CANADIAN CHAUaiT. LADY NBIJMJN NOhTHBOIND LAUV CAKADIAN CHALIENCJtfl LADY NILSON M BO-*.B*pt ,e t l S OCL 1 OCl I 1.1 lepL iaa Salla Arrteaa Arrteaa Arrleea II P.././Beeten Baalf.a Maa.ai moSu II Oct. 11 o. 10 £J %  On ' 9* *£2 • oat 11 Oct. %  *" aartUaawa aptf aa— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTO.-Ag-mU. V*.'e***'*'''*-*'''''''''*'''*''*' V '''*'*'*'*5 :• FOR SALE ^AaT"B!rMAHlCS. PSJS^ON* 1 CA M3IVICINO and CAB DRIV1NC. POUT1CA1, SCltTtCS: and IC WKAKINO Wediieadey, OcloBl s,. M in. I HI MOKIMIMi Recent la| Itl II I. IN,, 11 OTS. "" D. HT 'Mi 11 i I kgjgMj 1 lllr. RADIOGRAM — One >li Hi 'MdlogtrlM, In good workin Practically new. Contact c Ma>hew. Wallabrutk" Hive l-honc T4g ... em 17 IMB1.II POULTRY i'L'l IXT12 iTwnKei puie >ghorn nullata g ,„ontha ol .-oh l*hone D. C Stou* r.antalioiL. LIVESTOCK Pure bred Bull Mantirl la Hftxr ASSISTANT Counter Aaltnl MS Apply by letter ;e.. C War A Co %  i-.r~-hi:i;pKHFar Codrmglan CnlIcgr *t John Quarter* prnvlded Pnr Iksilaia may be obtained from the *<** lP %  SOitSn MISCKI.I.ANEOUS EMPTY CoNnnNSED MILK CAJSTOK Any kind DelivaranJ w a n aJi„tal) lo K R Hunie k Co %  toad Street Price MECHANICAL CANS, I'All I'M .,11.., lyrea not nlai p 10 (MMIuO f,oi ..I l,.r 11 comini ring Won.. Pnora oi.IVETTl M 44i able from Slock I -Idlh. a. follow* II" -SSOTIIKI iv — ssnao IS" sassoo Fnquiiiaa lo S. P. Muaaon. Ltd. Dial MM. NOTICE Sealed lenders lor tha p nahugany liaoa at %  > will bq leoeanea. b> -•-. TVPEWRITINQ lodorala Paq. fl, Jamaa A Colaridac Efficient Service. a Ma. Top Floor. St*-. E, A Hoa.i. JS.B.JIin MISCELLANEOUS viiqlL '• % %  *. chin — O* every deacrlpuon old Jewell, line Sllvt. larooloura. Early book a, Mapa. Auto apha etc., al Qorrlngea AnUque Sho, I Royal Yachl Club. wrvMoiiH n.i B DANCE M Ul FFN* PARK 1. Mill Ilk Oelekrr tJlTtTKB Orche.11 t BIPTIHV — 0I.0" rla eel uaaelerafclr Ms) r0>0>0> MOHSEHOLD KUUIPMXKT ,1 aac.ii.Uon Owen T AUdkw. Ua Roabu.l -traet Dial US*. ll.l.SS—t In UvvW-V.W''' w '' // *'' V > THIS ji -RFHow I SI SO l 1 HUnit'TIONS FOE WFF.K Hath Towel* Whir 1 1 iiniK lewato Colour iUlppOd , Spill gftj Drd Z II (I 04 1 M SI SI LSJ 1 %  I I M li II H 1 oi M aajji inaaa $ KIRPALANI Sold al .11 lead Tina Uc i, >b ol true delicion 1 MCNIFH < COCOA nfd So aa not 1 %  nine your Grocer* Shipment ju.l ... > be disappointed loday and art 1 IT S SI In Vr'.irilH COCOA. id* Ilka. And tha g vception Health and of ihe Wit H oaaogsL k Boyca IlldOelown. I No,, KiNOawOenmne ntamang Hindi. tr Ooddarda IT S SI TT ANTO TAP! WORM tABI-l T' OgooUlO and harmleramedy for Weraaa. h,....,i Worm*. Thrwad on la inn ble al Dnokrr'a laTdOai arOS Ud ;n S..J ], HI'IISCPUIE now to the Dally Trleitiak l.nglandi leading Dally Newepapnr now rrivmg m Bar bad m by Al' only a Iaa ran after publication In London Contact in Oalg t < %  Advocate Co, I,|d Laoal eprraenlaliva. Tel, III] IT I Sg-t f n ) Ni Gallon Ualvn. Small Patent. Anchor Pfvona Cl Mai hew .• ft! In ADJUST BUN ill 1 %  mdltlona. and w 1 Kntahta Drug Starea — hav I.tdlu.le.l T.. her On aale at BI'NtiALun BILtr WATIBSModern home with 1 verandah., reception, dining room. ) badm.ma. tiled bath, hitchei.. garage COVE iniM. NOISE. St JAMES COABT-Dra.ing room m. 3 bedroom 1 garage lUtli.oa ...li. I,!-., not s. at ... UacUve l-callon Kic.ll.nl belli I Cl.alineii. vaatrv 01 a*. Oeorgw up Ul I0SS, Pal lull Mitu oUra apply to ihe nuKhwevetea, Mr W, A Year laruaan. St. Oeurae. The Vealry .In .ut band luwif t.. aeeapt Ihe i.taUie.i ny lender D It. A JOHNSUN. C*rk. Veau., id 1 BM.SS. 1. OLD HARHIHONIA.N Theca will be or all Old nny. Mh. OM liova C'tikrl match II JO 15—4 IB Corkiu.i* 1 %  in : a LI II who will he aMn -n.i* ara aa a notily lie He.-rvti.ry by Monday ny debt or claim a % % %  oalale of CLARA Al.-H' QALB %  le of Dalkrith Road in I"-e painui ol ami Michael in thi* l*land. Widow,! %  ho glad In thi. Llaad on lha llth day f Decrinbai IBSI. are hereby irqulied o aend In parUculara of ihatr i l alahi., duly altantad, lo lha uraSnraiauad Heanp. j „ hihaM Cuke, uuallflaal I^aaotiiot ill I'lara Alaup Oaue. ToSSrBSMd Soucetore, Jamaa HUeal, on or bviore the BOlli lay which data 1 >0M al II pioceed to dlatriouta the .1 .wine laid ratals .11 on* Ihe i-eitie* ... Hied thereto, iia.iraa re**are dabt or 1 %  hall not than haw had notice. And all pcraoua nidi bte.t lo Ihe .aid i-aiale ara requastad tu nellla tiieir 1, lakladnoaa with.nit delay Dated Ihe lith day ol Bepleinber IK HAMI'DKN ARCIHI1AIJ) CUKJI. Qualirled %  :•.'< utoi. Eat ale Clara A leap Hale. Deceased. ZgJLtt J. HKANKLK. 1ROTMAN A CO.. .\U, ll.HH 1 1?G.S SI-In NOTICE K..il.-r - and Subscriber* to the AliVOtVATE NtWSI'AfKR in Balhsheba, Catu>waab and lurrnundlng dhstrirts arc asked to note that aa from We-dnrsday. Ocle*er 1. vte have changed our nmri from Mr. Joseph JrmmoU. of St. Hiiabrlh \IIUac, t.> Mr LLLWEIXYN :It % %  %  'HlliNwich'. St. Joseph. Sou are asked hi iuni.ni Mr. t'arU-B al the Bathsheba Sports ASocial Club, foe the continuation of the dcllvrr> of jour Newspaper. Ml iiniiinii to the end of Ociober must be paid to Mx. JemmoU. AUVOCATF CO. LTD. 1 ir 1 ul.ill"ii Dept. DANCE Thr Volonlrrr llrlll 11-11 in aid of -I P-ul'i Chiireh Choir ul Organ Fund Turra.r Ban J"* HN M~lc h, prw, Una', ork. i SubwrlpUon ••c. 14 Ml— 3D (.IIII.IIMIIM Mlill I \pplicntioiih for Admihsion lo I'liivt'rsilies and CuHri,cs in Ihe 1'nilt'il Kin^doni Session 1953—54 Evert effort is beinii mmlc by UM Director of Colonial Scholars tQ secure vucancles at Universities iiml Colleges in the United Kinfiriom for recommended students who an well i|u;tliliiil Competition continues lo rM severe lur udmlsslom to the faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Sciciue mid Eiijjlnc. iiiitf. win roj Ul exceptionsTIv hih standard is ros^ulrt-il 2. The British Council will l ragrjonslblo fuimaking iiiTsngo>inenlB for meellng rtudoml ccurlng suitable iiccomnuxiatlori (Or them. 3. Student<• ,ire ,nivi.et Hint it Is most undesirable for tlmr proceed to the UldtaeJ Kingdom unannounced and unrecommended In the hope uf obtaining %  dlTllssii>! t.. 1'iiivn -mi s and Collegeg, a* even lulorlul colleges ami i*iKtei*htiii-BTOJ uveiiriiwdetl and it is vei %  difficult |0 gain admission ti UeTaTI Mih-ntl dlM nullce in Ihe proper furin. 4. Forms of aupUcalMm fur admission to UtuviTMiin. ..ml CoUaArSa ln the Culled Kingdom. In DO) rompaOUd in i|iiiniuplicatt. my bo oblainnd from the S"n"..n. Kuidcnl Advisory Committee, c/o Office i-f the Director of Madical BojrVklaa, Wharf, Urlduetown. and must be returned tu him not later Hum Wednesday. I'Hli Ortohcr I'I.I ; .1. I Kin HI l COI'KHFs. I'm ii student.-, ucsirou* of entering the Froebel Tearher Training Colleges in the United Kingdom for training during the academic year UtSS-M should communicate with the Secretory, Student Advisory Committee, at once 28 9 52—3 and b..'i • .II b> appointment only PAKAUOS SltuaU near Seaacll Aiiport, bedioonn with dreaalng attached, two medium BBM .„.. wiih .tiei-lna r.->m. arid %  pen ve-andah entire length ,. i. ua* sllh a MOII view Hrt ChaiKerN Lane Heaa*l. 1 bcdior ua. good M-raiuLih-.. IP..Ill, O I. I |. I I Mil HM> I ni'. 1 : houae and SB, -..rehouic. sHiETFiri.B. ST rrrtB i type houae Intertlra Good bathing i i i -i i SANDT AMI. ST. IAMBS' Compact S rxan himralosv wilh garogr NEW in Si. M ,,V, I:,M KI I Attr ictiv. houae with verandah, bedroom*, garage. %  •A TRIM'S ROAD ton. '0 bedroom*, -..liable house or club A ROSA, i> M.I in M. i-l.iined bungalow %  • %  Q ft Dining, anting ...'li.MB Ml RSI HE. <*T. LAWBIMCE lafcuw wtlh JhnlMomi. dining mom* Beech '. ST. I-AWllving and galierlr* Sandy ESTATE HOI'SR. ST. JOSEPH Spaciou* ^ badrooia proper!) with well aoodecl arouad*. COI'NTBT ROME. ST. I millC.uel.illi lemod.ilrd properly wilh every modern convenience Private tiled bolh> lo each bedroom. MODERN COrVTSY BOMB. ST. JOHN—Hecentiv built alone property with 4 bed room* and 'led balha, polio, pictuie weaSSO" RINIIALOW. PINI HILL — vale wooded around*. (ear af NgW i I •• I lately 3.M0 n go^ ea*>aj>oooooc*a I B-SOX and aim i lei and bath drawing and %  name Burupean .id running water 'and .lollet. modern kitchen, and a gallery BR t*o aide* MINDOfIR Overlooking 1 %  Hay. Irg on eppioaimalcly 4*s acres or Land having an caienrive orchard v-.th < pec tally *-.lected frull traaa BBBBBMBM three bedi.i..m. "Wining aoon-.. living room. %  BOBVarn loibrU and halha v.in, >u-t i Aier large ve-andah*. ,11ns a -i.rkahnp Thi* nroperlv rat] i.-"'.v.iad by miM><4ii> Siluale in Ihe C.ariiaon. SI • umpiuing four bedlion living and dining room., -eparate tmlet and lunen wilh bum %  Kurd, verandah the whole length ol Ihe buUding M compriae two %  aevanla room* with BtaSel t.illrt and a garage for two car* ITia above properi -ei apprnslmalelv ;wi at] %  Slan.1 REALTORS Limited RIAL SeTTATB AOENTS AUCT.'UM-F.ltS VALtlEHB MI-MS R-ebark Street. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER a McCORMICK DEERING GREEN CROP LOADERS TRACTOR MOWERS HAY RAKES LITTLE GENIUS PLOUGHS BRUSH BREAKER PLOUGHS DYRR KU SUBSOIL PLOUGHS a IT* Come in and Inspect these a Cole & Co., Ltd. in II in-.-. SITES St Jam.. Coaal. Li". > I III I > HI RI'NOALOW ...kin* TBE RISK. BT, JAMES 1 acraa. Ilaarh nppo.it r STONE BOISE a AMMBKE. %  % %  • %  aheiie I liedroom. annaes COl'NTRY BOtSE. ST. IASIXS Attractive A comfortable old property with rustic charm Modtmiied SEASIDE BOI'SE. WORTMlMi Slone comlructlon. 3 hedrool living and dlnlna room*, van dah. food beach linniw HILLCRFBT RATH-NIB A Slune bungalow 3 aood brdr^o' Hvtrur. reera. aaltary, light a lonRIK f-ATTUWASfl Popilar holiday home Soundly built with I be-drorn*. lounge and sallery BAT iiui-i CAtTIEWASBTimlier conalrui-tlon. aood ordei i bedroom., aood balhlng. ', sen MLVSBTON t MEAPSIDE— %  lorey alone houae. 4 bedroomi central location. . I M.I, .1 CBHAPRIDE—S .„ al* alorey houae. 3 minute* Towi NOISFg HaatlBi. Bead Two %  mall prnpertlr. on mai i areg-a good building land i Kuri Mill.. IN r..iT.*da. Tobaao. Trinidad. Jamaica, St Lucia, Bermuda Bad nuslneaa proportlaa. inveatmrnu Suaar Eatataa. Rental*. House and E.tate Minnr-.f Proparty Valuation and DllaplrisBUuswis Building l'hone 4M0



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    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 214. 193S SCNDA. UlVOl Ml rv.r riFTlTN 1 CHURCH SERVICES W4.I.H \\ M KMl -l i t jthedrml MIn M I t tl\ M I and PIMMI> W|i.: ">• rNil of S MMIi*.l 4 All Angtala. BUIM Euetiatut o a an F.<.ii Fvnwtnc. Berainn "** Pnwaift :n Vr*. Th* AirtMUM*. vi i*** o( privau |.'af hiri.r rt-odnu, and vll 4IKID111*%  %  The CIM <>f lUr CMkr€l-il i;iH in uw rpfw., T 1.1 s \m> Bar...... Communion tan i Vrinoii 1pm fcitolHMMI "( Ovun*. Art*.. Mrini—r* Watttnar B*v %  C Limit J p m Hunuxfrhopi 1pm r\*ti#jti and Ml 1 II.. 1. 1-1 %  ,v I K I T..Y.n \ iin I t>i.i Sunday School: : tm C. Manholl. 7 10 p t llMiripr Aw.icrSurma •actt nigiki PAYNES BAY * a.m Ui D. Rf>< Mr O Harper W1IITF HAM M am MM O. O* lay; 1 pm Mr S I'd Hi,.. OIL! MEMORIAL II am. Mr. M 11.11: 1 |MR R>r*i>ton Service for lira %  -n. I%  ...,:. te.l I He, K r Towr*. B A B D and F l-av. imwr HOIJTOWN BSfl %  iv. M.v O Mar•noll: 7pm Mr W SI Hill BANK HALL. IN am Ml C L : p m Rr\ S Pajiw MMW %  30 am llETIirsnA: IS • RrTllF.I II am V 1pm K. '.. DAI Mini II a Vivian T ,, m Brv T (NT li a.m 1 p f-i It. son.. i 1 :i II a I. Bum Rn. P Lawia %  Tbppll. WMWWllV •uiutat AlrVKNTIST OOVTBNMTNT Mill. MIR. II i .iMa* HBJ-ll \s N* .1 tMB ., Itruli %  ..--„ I n Ha. -i W^l. .... ... | | %  %  T I) p m £ %  *ii(i-l,.:.. Spaahar PaMor M G Nambhaid ***&rMt: *God% Sevan Ctrl*" World of UaaertM. %  (OI.I.YMOBI SIM K \ M I NIK I II am C*paltlon. t.odn. X J Sv p.m Sunday School TLB p-a, <.aa%  clulir Sii.i-* The Annual Miiaionary Maaiins. %  **•* plaatr on Monday fvmmi al US p m Dr II Q CumminV Q r will be th* Criaiimai. ami in* spaamr ufilo lhr — M B M a*It* iissiar n % %  • %  ..-.,.. ... ikmaw Ufr i. % %  ulh In UUIMIuMioaa. (• I umiiwiiM Minus APPOINTMENT OF 1TIIH8IIH (FEMALFl MAIN Kir, III v %  I M l: M HOSPITAL AuplicaUon ore invited lor the non-pensionable post ot Superior. Main Kitchen. General Hcauital, al a salary ol >480 rlsum b annual Increment, ol 148 to 1812 per annum, plus temporarv Cost ol Living Allowance at Government rales Applicants should not be over 40 years ot ae. should have attained a satisfactory standard ol education, and should have ha.l •"tie experience in housekeeping duties on a large scale. Application, on forms obtainable from the Secretary, Oeneral Hospital, should be forwarded to liirn no, later than Mir, Septem 1952 Yarant Post ,,| Cheinbl. Department (J Science and ..Ifrirullurr. Barbados if Chemist. Department „f has] Degree ill Agricultural i the i nlc M.1M X Hi? .*. %  •< i. Applications are invites! for th S.-icn,,. an-1 ARrt, iilnire. Barbados A l'l %  "• •' Mild hold a good H I W, i..LI> v. ,. nencc In soil Idi The post Is penslonah!,. .,n.i n x 240 5.7H0 ix-r annum, p ii'oTuv i.ayanl, hr.eA.ernmont from lime to tn '""";. '" !ho %  "•"> •"• I %  Mlnatawd bj nperln.ee and quali:.. M P lion, stating age. ,ualincatlons and % %  imlln and mi .illl be ..il.lre.se,! lo the Dire !ui K.hiSf! ? "epsitnie,,. of Science and Agricultural Bridgetown Bart-ados, and should reach him not later than list October. IM2 Further detaik will l tupplied on request. 2'i NOTICE TIIK ITASANTS I.OAV BANK ACT. ISM T,i I he (rrililors holding |i, nv „j a in>i tl„. Pensant lloldinga T AK K „-!;, OT,CE ,h j" 'he peasant OWlun menliened in the First Column ol th*. Tahio ^^Js^^t^%^v^.x^^M Sir-' — Dated this 2th day of September. 1K.J D A IIAYNES. Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS' LOAN BANK N..IMSl. Mlrliarl AJlo.vtH', Julian Green. Joseph N. Hnll. Ethelmt Parm. EUta Et. Thompson. Jmoph Dec. per Thomp!on. Theresa & GeorRe Worrell, Randolph E St. J*air MKH, Kdwin A St. rVtrr Selman. Walter .. Si. Luey uie MirlaiTi Theodore >V Fit?( LiFiTire St. AnsVeH Benissnin. Mary < in, Eut'll :mger. Coll la H. Der. per SprlBKer. RnfininuBd St. Jsaeph E*l Brar. Wtlliim H Dee. per Brace. Ellen M. Philip AlWyna, Lawnaea c. Beekles. Joseph J. Goodiiis. Carmen E. KIIIK. Edwin L. Newton. Ernestine A Smith. Olga Odessa .... OLMBl <*hurrh Perkins. John E. Pinder. Iteryl I' l*iescott. Marion Rose. I-r It ha per Rose. JOIUIthan St. r.eane Rat Glttens. William E. Dec. par (luteiis. Thomas and Mnyent. Bcrlie C Millar, Walter Fit* D Amounts ttruiiteii c. 80.00 36.00 72.00 50.00 64.00 t0 00 100 00 50 00 7.' DO 4-. M| 36 00 BQ In: 3 00 100.00 36 (hi 82 .HJ 'M mi 50.00 SO 00 IHantriitt Hall HaiMutt Hall .JVi.-ndsJnp & Lr. Birneys 1 Whitehall 'Cave Hill Hriftgatt Hall A.-hton Hall Otackar Hall iBird Cottage A Cr. valkan N. Frindslnp CaiM) (.arden St Elizabssii VIIIBRI* | East Point Six RoadEast Point fhe Nursery Ki't Point AV Church Villaa A. R P. 1 0 21 2 01 1 0 00 1 3 20 3 09 1 1 00 I 32 1 2 N GOVERNMENT NOTICES BSMM | PART ONE ORDERS M.I-. I I I HI liHl'I'l t Coauna-va.na mi a\aain. HIOIMIM ?. -r >I OMMXOD I n\S(l II C K r nt"fiiv,. ii at,i ntad 10 aci a< OC .! %  Majo. O f 1/ Wak-.ii'. II) ti lca. nansBit ofFKia a innmr *UHA roa mm iw\<: ... i Or*Mv OrrWr LM*il ' ~ Ordath BMMMH M a.u t> *Ki-wes cox. yajot L r AdiiiUuiT 11.,'t. gal BB| M i %  %  AVI BtH ' Ptr Oiboa Q **" I •*!! BiMlclrl. %  > %  <• a in. B4 It II <> Srr No 11 D IT J. 'RI ol ll> mantlnall> l.ai.i* f nx.tiih. and immn J moiitr> i Band and u H Bki* %  M I P SUWlaCOX. Ma). tXEff AdJulani I Baa Wrd .1 lli'luili IVI an.l Tl.nr7 i> I H ntnpr xwrtl II.II Rrldgo Cot %  St. Thornaa Marshall, Edith 06 H 21 02 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS' LOAN BANK—"B" St. Andrew Benjamin. Mary Walkers Amount pn'vlou*) BTatilf. 72 0o APPLICATIONS r-OR LOANS. PEASANTS LOW BANK-'I) •< Itliaaai Alleyne. Julian Green. Jmteph N Had, F'helmr Thompson. Lilian A. Gibbons. Edwin A. Burkr. Fv : %  • ,U Mullen, isflurei-rst. rhiiip Joseph J. Browne. Gerlrurl*Kina. F'lwin I. Uyne. Mabel A Brafhwaiu-. Douglas NOWtOB, Ernestinr A Pollard, Hilda A Smith, Olga Odessa Weekes. Wilhelmlna Chrlat Caarra Perkins, John R. '".iltens. Wm. E. IXe. per Gittens. Th"'Mavers, Berlie C. Millnr Wr.lter Fit/D. HagifaU Hall jHaggau Hall Friendship / Lr. no Haggott Hall Carlton Nr FYiendship Belieplaine Six Roads M.irchflelrt It Kirtttl The Nursery Pennv Hole East Point ii Hill View Nr Well House Church Village ,Klrtons Bridge CM Prerogative | 0 II a oi l 2 20 2 00 1 3 17 1 2 03 a 2 06 2 27 2 28 2 OiJ I 0 25 2 00 I 0 36 I I 06 120 00 14. Oil 50 00 200 00 M Of. •0 00 to 00 250 no 500 (Mi 00 I" TO Oil 48.00 300 W) SO 00 iso.no au oo iso on 80 00 36 or 41.00 96 00 00 (Mi MB-on M.iK) 36 82.00 36.00 73.00 90 r, T..d.. Voraiit Post of Insps-ctor (liiiome Tax)—Income Tax and li'Hh Oulie-. H. 'ii.i.iii). in ^pplleauon are Invttad by ih> :. sraniani ( Barlwttos lor lb posi of tnapactot (IirCOfss • %  Mraa Tax and Death D I %  ' > i ihr salary is in the scnle of $3,120 x 144—3,840 3 A tempo:.... .! liv,\ tUOWaOce at the rate of 81.I*, pei annum Is i ay able The allowai,..Ii tubject to vanahoii u srsuV rtrawal at any time 4 Appesatmaot svlll be sul %  ,• I to medical fltnesit and *\ill be on probation f. w two raan la th. I -i instance 5 Tht %  ppointmenl ..ill bo >..0ieet lo ITgggrilal Regulation tlu It-.tl Civil s: . i. lad Inatruetloajl Passage expenses • .tiing 81.440 will I., |>.\.,.I,-on nr-t appointment I. sages are provided 6. The Mieeeaaful .M.i.iiiy In the adnun.-i'..a : %  „,,,, „,,, ,„. ,,,,,., 1(Jjll •d with the exanunai. ,,u and determmnl.-.n of proAl ..f i'.iMiii'*., proregslons ailt. irada. He will also perform such other duUes as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties may irquirr from time to time Candidates should posarss %  high standard ot general isluentlon and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience In accounts or taxation. Member hip of a recognised accountancy body would be an advantsge. 8 Application, stating age. full detail, ol qualifications and experience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submit). I to the Colonial .Secretary. Public lluil.ii> %  > Bridgetown, to reach him not later than 15th November. 1852. 28 0 52 2r. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay r+itiip ti tv M Oariaat* W Kami*.* u i -lama %  i Capu n la fsa 'ai>la %¡ O i" n-aui A*rr> Bolwr' Ti-. MAIL NOTICE i-*. Mont. %  rti.il A'ili|ua. Si Kit-. Brim ml a Btwi.i.. H.iif.v ..-I M'V.UHI by in< a w s Lag, Baaawf r| i SSth S a y Stwibii. ISSS _. ''*•'. MIDI I. SI IIOOI I It Kl IS IV IIKIIKR to rcducithai delay ucrastoiicd in purchasing SCHOOL TICKETS, it lias brrn %  ...mill nwevutry lo fix a minimum ol TVYK.NTY Til KITS lor i he Mild louards the rnd uf the I term in order to finish out the term. Jgaf The ahove urraiiKemenls are EFFKl'TIVE FROM MONDAY. 2TH SEPTEMBER. 1*32. | 1,1'iiiial Miiiiir Omiiiliiis 4 ... Lid. BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION. COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS) iiiiiounnthat us from TI KII.\Y 7lh OCT. ,,.,,,„.. ,|„. | lildinu of their Prrn.Kes. II,.-,, .illi.e. will kj situated in TEMPORARY PREMISES AT Lower Broad Street (opposite Plantations Ltd. building) ulirre llie lull Bunking service Hill he • %  nndlicleil. Il,,l,l.r. of Traveller's L.ttr. ol Credit .d Travellers ,„.. ...... immt ll> lo 'I" -mall annexe which is :,„,i lha. in Collins 1-l.l.s InSMttW in Broad Slreel ulnre ii liiniuV llimkiiig service will he provided. GRAND TOTAL S4.012 CHI la. I."-* @KM1H@ IjJa coAdiaUtf, itwiliL ihsL flubtic lo, vi&iL OWL (RiukcoJvatad. Slwwtioom. wheM a diAplaij otf the UdiiAt Cludlih UniU am be ABQII, in eluding W& new MUXMAOA to that mo At pofmlah of} CU1 Qahh Jhe CbjL&iin Savon \ 4U—VAN A 70-TICKI'P'' -. i...'rs—aM'e.4a*-4i -, T<)\ I..W.B. TRICK And remember . AUSTIN —You can depend on it ECKSTEIN BROS.-Bay Street tm i I



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    I" W.I SIXTEEN SINDW ADVOCATr. SUNDAY SF.PTF.MBIR 2S. 1132 Inquiry Into Cyclist's Methodist Death Adjourned I'lK/SIt HOI YD-l'P: W'wv ShorUuu Still Acute THE INQl'iKY iniD the cirt-urnsUinces surrounding the death of 23-year-old Kenneth Sprin^.T of Fl*1 %  as furthef adjourned until Saturday. < I by His Worship Mi i; li Griffith n trate nl District A' i Ih Springer wai detained at the General HsS j .ember IK after he was Involved In ai dent on Hagfatt Hall Road, St Micha-d He died at the Hospital five days later. Three wimaaa* %  i yesterday in the Inqulrj ruesday Septemi.i M the Jury lac -,>..• •.vheie the iJ. Mr D (I L Ward and Mi V U %  .opearing Tor Interested •he J* A S A hl % %  %  n st. Philip %  l -" 5 on The Ad vac ale or respondent pu-<' s PmwT 23 s-ld thni thcrs were i thai parU "' %  ln leri shoulder. that %  | •Mribtite-i Eracturad iku DCk and haemorrhage. Maud Bu rowfi ot I O-* %  tald that U %  number of persons in hei boa saw h.m rircie thirteen uii eating) 1 %  Unt .,1 nco allon-1 I htl l ;—'f for dM ,., i DDhtha was three ptnl .. "ic Bi-e day the I enrd he wan Ivfrt in nn ted car tn li iggotl II, ii %  com-flou. H roM Lynch of B itl itei s >i %  | ore plentiful aim antolif U \. nff rf ( .,', Hi'gal Hall road smtia %  pint and eorn-l country. If I %  pint and ftt i Ibl major mad he Beach in M John i.1 I looked 1 1 "tug>, the 1 urita rendeiv..Ot U lay nlghi a auMbtl 1 -fund hurt and turned to the nsit 1 %  %  tncrial beach anj-oy Ing a "moon *i. n picnic Hi • until s 33 n.m Fnd:i;. unrfet .1 tui QIQtor rrele 1 beaehwu agaui against I H. went 1. then . win, holiday-mahn and too* : m up and carried him >x James and St Pel*. T to ,„ |ht Oeneraj Ho.pit.1 *.*" At Ihis %  tea* ihe |M Evangelical Gunp*igD %  eeks ttM '. % %  < -. ,11 be holding an 1 %  1 ChurchMh itarts II un until Sunday October ltHh. Eaob b mom•n'Ks nmtmrncinar DjrmK 1 will be held In Itv p.m. and From Tuesday October 7th to %  Will ba hrld In the open air in vartoua parti of the city. Details of tnat will iii I • 7.30 p.m. in the Qi (hire will fearing; of OPfKM calling all people to raltna; meeting:. "ip.n^n will '..IK'ludr Sr.c'. and lU'th.-i Churches pn 1 letober lath at I • Marnli aff*ting v 7 DA Jam Kraatand uethel%  Ing. LISTEMNG I HOURS 1 ; %  9 n> SulMlav Hall How. S p ... H*y*n. 1 St p m rUnrallng A'*hl • p IPI > (t..m ihc Piblr %  It p if. fntMaa M>a-ti< I U p r ProVMn> l'-I>4r I .lr 1 p m Th# N.*I !• 'mi' a*uifi 1 i-n p. ti wen. mum %  '*' %  '''*' %  %  *'*'*' %  '':-,%'.%'.-.'.-,',;'.•.'.'.%'.;'.'. 15 p I %  %  II p n. KMIMI MaMft, %  *i P .1 i. • : II 10 p r ~ MMMKi -iniMHia *. im '^ • — 1.1a pa> tsaa 11 atM %  1 1 %  : %  %  i|. ml ituframm* ; 11— 1* tl pip ii tl .. rat Dam %  U pa %  %  .*. • %  ) %  li i> 11. Man MM P MI Spoilt Houndpi 1.-1-. 1 i. ... in,. Itnm. N*. (rot., 11 am. -:IM 7 li p I:. %  • Io red and Hi. 11*1 p m Curpr^i 9 p in Do. Howno • 41 1 tlHInBll. II P III It p n PTotT, IH* Bdll-ilMll 10 II p ID Sr lance Ravir*. 10 HI pin .. m TaPf*inm tlta lii* | MAFFEI MADE SUIT IS A SUIT YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED TO WEAR. •*T. CECILIA BOYS' < i in COMTLM M -1 Mllll. KIPII Ra IONDAV ami SPITCMBIM l-ll. I t k.'fl. a*lnr>lunnH on I A SAU1HI I0MFK1 | %  H pal o.. M M S -'. %  Mil a i vai -in ;* %  III b J tlOCIBT^' CHAPTt *T J.IIS *I „. o. J C-edilnfon CM*. ,* %  aanpAi HI OIIOHI Ma. S[ %  >"•%  • '•• — LADIES I'MIHMi Ml and iikcn se* was c-aln the h minp A dog arai lulled h\ :, lorry i Viila:e. St. Jornph. on Friday night !., t L'p t 113" :.-rdny the don wag (fill %  nd)otirned until October 4, DKVOTIOVAI, slinil |. AT Y.M.C.A. aaJ svi of the Barbados Y M C A will be held ,it tho Headquarters thl" Since the recent rams the cr.p cvenmj. at 4 30 %  Up ara green again. !i< The speakar will be Mr V B. I Lurch the crop, MO.H st John A cordial invitation Is badly in need of rain At pom x ti rated t-. members and the pUnUtieae, labourers are atgeneral public including ladle* IB watering lonMj of th' I "* %  crop*. The wilier used on nick | oecaatoni is drawn from wells. Raildanti of st. Philip wb went to the Crane Beach yesterday hoping to gel relief from th? heat by sea-bathing found i-hoppy and uninviting. Thy dul not risk HOIIIR tn and war ^mewhat disappointed Postponed For Second Time The Programme of SacnH Music whleS tfaJ %  inve batn I h n by the Police Band at S" Peter*! Church to-day (Sunday) 28th Sept.. has been postI s Dad thla time due to a preriOUl eneaeetnent which should Barm taken place last Sunday. 21 .t Sc|it. and must be fulfilled to* WEATHER REPORT VESTERBAY Kainfall from HM : NU. Total rainfall for month to the man who rlta a. i.xmit K u\\ i\norK The Workers will be cegebratad %  GKANI) FAIH i DdJvr 0M naaai The li.ii I*.nli>'. Workers' t Faaaa And The M .id.nil.s i .II... in I'arly On Moada>. 6lh Orlober. %  • %  : iiIanK-holin.ivi At QUEEN'S PARK Outstanding Event*! will Include The Famous Bee Shew Donkey Race* Arrobatle Display pyramid Buildlni Hi.ill Datajichijt Mii'ili Control, Etc. !'• %  H %  Contest See the Crowning of "MlBarhados" t'onur Football i I^KIICSI len vs. Married .' %  Cricket Match StOYi n. Lightermen Steel BsBaal Ciimprtlllon 1st Prise I 123.00 2nd Prlie : $10.00 Vaudeville and Calypso Competition—Two Shown 1 p.m. and Mid-Night Free j MM HMO ftee Worker, I Celebrate Your Day Do not miss It MEMBERS FREE Vilnli. |/. || Children 6d Gales Open al 12 Seen 28.9.52—411. P. C.S. MAFFEI & CO., LTD PRINCE WM. HENRY ST. Sie i eeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeaee c Made in the**e New sail Wool Tropicals slum in the first price reduction in years! HATS A VARIETY OF STYLES In Aquu. Rose. Muromi. Gold, Ore y. BI.KK. Navv and While PRICES S5.24 & SI IS Suitable for Evenui i r morning wear Cm SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13. Broad Street GRKY BKIIIIV III II.I Plain culourh nnd stripr drsi|£ns willi a conscqufnl saving in Ihe nul ..1 your linished suit. $52*UILKINSIIN & IUVMS CO.. LTD. c. Hice I..II .... I ..r Will our Customers please note that our LUMBER YARD &. HARDWARE DEPT. WILL BF. CLOSED FOR SklMk-i \IAI\-* 1 On TUESDAY 30lh SEPTEMBER AND WEDNESDAY 1st OCTOBER. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. 1935 ZZ$ZZZ4$6Z21Z it 2 ZZ4Z22ZZZlZ$ZZZZ2Zt2Z'imZ2ZZZ2 Z ZZ 2&ZZZ?-22 O #-#.. .V StuH'S 1952 In as much as we find it impracticable to serve all our Customers with CHAMPAGNF. in celebration of our 17th anniversary, we are adopting a more profitable means of celebration, and that is to share our profits with all our Customers during the month of OCTOBER. Here is merely an idea of some of the Bargains which will make this anniversary an .unforgettable one. \ initu ... latest styles from S3.IKI per u-.'ir Itri'ss %lat4'ritits Arl Silk, Kavon & Spun I luseliesl SfaOTtlMat in Town 1 IMces as low as 64c. yd. t Inn ricnn Perralrs in brauliI nil de..iiis as low us fi9e. yd. $S V<'*'f.v#rA/^I'l^M. to'.l ITS (,!, yd. g Flea re.l & Polka Hots %  fr.Mii 72c t^ SO,-. p, r .,| Cmmmimm Irish Llmmn #"•. %  /. I -I" (i 7*c. ea.h I inkish H.-.di Towel:, from tl.1 \:'klrls in White & rolsMsffl nil si/.", froiii :ifie. to Sllr. pr. HtMffs! Itni/s! And vtill more II ;s for .\ery orrusion fMm I iiup stJasafJcT*" IIa If Slips I'allelii Jersey 52.11(1 each SI.IMI I 'itstunii' Jciri'llvrfj Costume Jewellery—Brooches. Kar-rings, Necklaces etc. At GUI Prices I ntiim llliiiiln'i.s 60" x 80" 55" x 18" M.* ea. .HX .. lll'I'Vllll'S HieyrlfH Clearing! 2 Roadsters @ Mi" II" 10. 1 Carrier (ii 886.10 .. Itl'llllltttfll 1 It ii iis — SI6.(IA per pnir 3 PLV CHAIRS — S12.IHI jier pair f p/rlf I'/fri's f. onlii's f^iiicfii's gfc^J A line assorlnii'llt Io choose .":in. PrkM from (ill.-, up * %  # Tirlt I' I'.itl'ni. "ood i,iliil>. all wide 13 s l'. :< s i'j S2.6J ea. $2.64 .. I'ifrlit Tutu's %  : % %  s i U \ 11 -.. SI.26 en. SI.26 .. I'llru .'.'.. Sfiriiifi ll.i./ii'iir. S;i...'i.ll Trice ilurinu tlclober >:,!!."II each ,-. I'liistiv 1'u hiin f[ Attr.iedvc patterns from $1.42 yd. up 79c. per \ d. '* I OH IlllH.llXS GALORE. Se N. E. WILSON & GO. SWAN STHI:I:I MEN'S IHOLfiS: 1*<*tHil4>M


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    ttttftau Aeaoe FSTAHI.1SHKD 1895 BARBADOS. SKI' l'HR I. SIX I I Naguib's Demand To Oust jNahas Rejected tHOH \U. Ol XRTKKS: New Crisis Expected Follow ing Wafclist Move Roy Living With Bullet In If is Heart IMU SI.M \. i IIAI 11 \4.i nr CAIRO. Sept. 27. ; r*S m.st po i I %  Nahas be eustec). It WSJ OlSMaaSWBi it the % % % %  % %  cat wu The next move is i; ''i 'hi' "v his Clistl may result. Tincons) %  %  %  lwo-aiwl-1 %  id around '• meeting was held and yell-^dj "Long live Nahai — no WAFDI .-. %  appeared dramatically bofort ha %  %  %  and isirt "when I bar wai s< with .( bu %  hMOUtwl with %  .-. %  and Indlaiu Si furor. D to BU %  %  %  i at the and • f .:n. and have .%  .. C.D.C. Invests <:il..~>oou : %  ^faction.' My enoAdane and the Egyptian peon ways strengthened rmperUlista, Defeat! o m nVd Egyptians and their supporters TSFrSi „ %  •very u here" The crowd shouted Y .M C.A. luncheon 'no leader but Nahas. There la no Indication <>f what Nacuib would do In the retmt to the Wafdi.t defiance Ha in communication with th? Interior Minister BoUman HafCf and Army leaders within try Itsi l>v ; .p. u t days. The 45 members W.A.Fn Parliamentary Ciroup went on record Friday night witei a statement that Nahas must remain the parly leader. Junior leader of the W A F.D Abritl Sii!,irr K.ih-ny Com an, limseir onca UsXed as a possible succeasm nounctd -it the end of the meeting that the %  %  %  %  waa unanimous. He said %  f< rraal i ooamant would be issued luter Saturday (about 4.0u p.m ) Gomaa's announcement waa follOWad by a declar-Mirn bv anotnas v. r fa bean than had been Farrag to the excited crowd of!three OIK! cnes. -ii r B %  Washington: Among ttcntl i.eH .'i I tha e P %  %  %  V! lO.Oon.OOO'type ven.mii 01 the medieval cross-bow. Bern* I • the Promotion of Sharp-shooting" has been formed in E^ist German v. %  out dassstroui to all anamV paopla.* 1 ;*rrUirUr Tfl Dutl h I .. A Afi. 00 m .1* awamp| t dgttn against Pretoria, for showing the skulli and foslU of prim'^,'J' Ith* man. It .f tha partv concernad and seizure, of Its fund. W.A.F.D. already r ?_, __ _ wr iiooooo ****\LelkSnon fins which is "only %  theory" Tel Avtvi The cost of a car -v J'iU |>er cent. Owners Of Uu 01 tara must pay £1M for a licence. falatta, MalU: A Aim unit has been flown from Britain lO Malta 10 make a colour lllm of the is'and'* 18-month-old industry— cotton production. Capetown: In the general rise in living costs in South Africa] the increase in the cost of on-' i CDC would find many 1(em tmi1k 1o have escaped more useful ways of helping tho notice. Ring* made of elephant economic developm-nt of thWest h3 r wnicn ,„, lipposed to brm nd he had no reascn.to ^^ v ,. ,-.,.--, n 3 IwUaawould "^! h B „ „ J„ !n n „T/. •!' aotietih %  im,^' c ,V rc h blg ,"Jl m ,,. (oun-tB. hnve increavti r...m I I D.C hadavaa I .S. President Asks A.F.L.To End Strike i "IRI'MAN asked the i % %  ; i the internal i •,.'" Trui "Department ol I f< m t %  II at loaa n| pi oductitui wi I %  ,.i brancdatni ol \fi* IViieiiii at I"'" til • I I III IM |i l P L Wants Special I::,:; Envesagatioa t L o! M .'•Ml B.VMlii Mi TTsieM Bn*-ii cup u> Mr f i. and trrday afternoon nt tl Windward I-land". 8>n in tlm picture from left t-i Capt. a. C W-*thcihrd. Mr. I" I. Robert, and Mi M O. Tnokoi fuu ai tin' ft. Tha Owp right .* Mi 1. W ll. (iiiatfa. Mr. K 8 Tea i 'fiallriigr I Bor Kiflf Merlliut yan. uioiirf tin' Li" 1 I i -II. Mi 11 lowfi wood. Major A. I New Sea Defence Zone In Far East Ordered CKaltenge Cup Won By Roberts %  %  ill be ueeful 'In %  nanantenl man own B| in it i %  ;b, farmei adding p> %  lab.. and %  i %  tei ruination I : the will mei i nient in dilation who %  TOKYO, Sept 28 THE United Stales navj ilapped a ttal blockade %  intire Korean roast on Saturday and ordered its wai h'p MI T A I. n tn patrol within rani'.r ol Soviet and Red CWfH %  ihe K Tiie naw orders will senq American wrai hlpi within Ornnti i i , twelve miles ol the Russian ami Maiirliurian bl : i ?I^f? ". to ..'•" %  on when tha tha Aarteultural Dei Bguraa which ihow nlj about hall i );.r li: %  s, vie\ territory than they patrolled I %  General Mark Clark who announced ths creation >l the new MM detetiee /.ne" on hi! return from a wi I ip level conferences with his operations chiefs in ; %  lit any ihip In the I forb lei tot would he Mibjeet to search regardless ofl nationality %  %  Jni United llhreepent-e pre-war lo two! irulneas Admittedly, the rings | I are bigger and b#Mr r but | Delegates Arrive For Peace Talks TOKYO. S-.pt IT. apply ntT hi i h.M Nor'h K Cl.uk . mtUiw.1 beciuM II I i Rin. el,,,, ,., %  %  lop trip. IV %  M IIIM! lucl h .„ murti I %  %  lo i ..I ro.l. ill.lril.iih. •.,.., Wi %  %  i. !" withi..; %  " "" %  %  < % %  Wai i < In Thunder pi war, United Nalio.e. jets rn n bombs and Homing ttan in Egypt'* state l>ank. -1 I' Mr. Sled Will Lead Industrial Mission To It. W.I. II i.m Our (I" KINGSTON .1 Mr. Lincoln Steel director -it the i iicmual lOChl has been sel' lead the B 1al mission R the poji*l%  of Jamaica, Trinidad and Brltlatl Guianai Ha roplaoai Sir Norman Ktpphuj hoad of BriUln'a federation Indtl not now able to make the Uip. No Govt. 3 StTS OF TRIPLETS BORN IN 5 DAYS ["ON, Sept. 26. Tali women gave birth lo trl] %  :i eart) out the reform I i ngrammf.^l*'P. well 9Cot rs exgci TIVE cotnams wssmc (!wini! t<> • iroumatancaa beyond the 1 mitt.-.i meeting wl : Khodulad (-M Tnursday last had T to be postponed It will now luke rrow (Monday 29th) i ten .'t 5 p-m. Secret Military Talk To lie tfeld I WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. A dil lomatlc i fflctal said on Satghl thai .i highly secret • nil South East i %  e held in the Defence ben i-.i lj next ::<.iiU.. Hi "Tifcrtnce will dlseUM UN entire military in South-East and cspecliilly Indo-China. Ho said i! wai ihioflv the result of a plan for such I review of the military situation which was laid down by Marshal t)iphnH< Ju' when he last visited here At that time there was three-power milii n SrmthEast Asia and It waa liopad that a permanent military staff commilil.iee powers on South%  A %  e aid be set up. He said this meeting might rei nunend the scttins up of such a % % %  <• tiut any decision on thin subfael would havo lo be taken by Stall administration. 0.F, DatSgStas bran east and wpst napalm on live Commuin have arrived at IVij>m>: foi . Communist "psaea confan oca ft Asian and Puif, ragJona' 1 i a* antraa ".i mass of Sao i.ccording to Re-f ; % %  uniting all of A': "Thr confe'. : %  i | %  .! %  %  %  CBlod L, U'.ll r 'some representatives h rlv idf the %  Red capital. tie i IUI 1 v. %  " %  "" '" %  They Inrluaed Mr, .ii """ ; %  ': %  Anolh.. Anirri,..,. ,..„,„., ,'„''', ''n, 1 !" f: n "-; M r %  ; %  ZEES, ^ sates 1 from Canada, Australia, Colombia. B B Guatemala. India, Indoili >( %  •>. Ne .' Pakistan also irrlvcd In the capital tha —t'.P. On Iii-|H-t tioii.Tmir NEW DELHI, S-pt. 27. Air Fttri > I M il %  Mr Tin ma. Finlctter on a tour of inspection leu ii Korea Baturdai) Ha efiferred Friday with Indian Defence Minister Mr. Narahlma Popalaswami. —l.P. i N % i;vi ivis >ii >iiti 11s Joint Statement EntIs Europe's If.n/* Manoeuvres OSI/J Nnr %  .-. Gen. KMUs w R dgway and Admiral Lyi.de Met brought western Emope's greateat povt %  %  Mfi | I itrsnanl In arhlch thai odmitteu .i North A1 tion, but said nonof them an insiirmonr I Oper.itlrm Mainbrate which mall natlorfi in the North Sen and Atiatitic was officially i Cagto %  : %  reel u itatk a>petu ann i ra learned f.P. during Ihiv aek h"t thoul lOi mg U plane. The MI I pl %  i• %  l for the n. I %  i ii i tha i %  Wai in (*pt n ; w'l .\ l Itn :';;;,';;;!,. in tjtut.o .SC/IOI. tKsnw ,i KINGSTON, Jamaica, .ipt ft'i 1 M tl — Captain df . %  the R< port aftai which Mr f I I (rlf%  08BMAJ Two heart •i than ctdani WMyinaly tbin to them im Katuiday and aSCh al Wltwa Fiedler. IHOtlli'l ot t'lllht BOt to nether and agreed temporarily on Saturday that Heeu tho child e too groat for the Infanta. The lo<-al court officially revesUd the baby mliup bud IIISI and said that there could %  >e no doubt horftute blood U-t-, akull mraaiiiemenu and UnnerprluU uulnted to tho ~mm IM.o.-tile coacluaUw v.r si'pt a nouncas the award GUchrlsl Bcholarabip itiirtti f I 1 p Min.id who will read %  i adbur) aahlbtth v. i . | 1 I %  % %  %  ..:... and ,. aa —*T \ s Warrei .' GrlflHh Miin Stabbed Girl Wr\d Wreckage Of Jap Boal Seen kvr.ts Leave For Far Fast Tour rOKYO ].' 27. %  go of I %  %  200 mil* %  %  Ml :n men .,I.<..M U %  K ihra M ,i %  %  %  %  .. en %  ..-. nad A %  %  i %  "• %  %  i Hmv, ml %  > us. | — .. %  i. %  ly a sudden lldnl wavi t'lion. boata eonttnuad %  %  %  SJ (In pile 1 tVfR.E19ENHOWEB jisroKTCSG r.s. KiliKKiN PQLIC1 B MHHEDaAN SMIIII LOUISVILLE i. %  21 %  %  .light occu %  %  p .in. n %  an i %  %  t .,. %  rontexi of IK ..." liepubl %  dam %  . H %  • •on p.u | ... i r YANKEL TIML M ^SHINGTl UN i Dayluiht ivini t i daylight tana Bund a Jair fruit I clock K-> 1 I %  I %  %  %  tlti Ii II i ..! %  Ing from %  i ftUbbtag %  i. Storms Sweep France RA .*' IOH '.' -. of ihe WORLD'S CHAMPION CYCLE i .1-. M.W H\ f\8P£X lnit* DiSCISS GOVT. 11111. Major / E Orifldh I*l*nd Scout Commi^touei, luve-Ung uicwberof the Harnson College Scout Troop yesterdayIn ths background can be seen Mr. J. C. UaouDood, beadoisitsr of Harrison College. LONDON, B. > %  .. 1 K I id I" 1 % %  "' %  %  p I loul p.ias| .< % % %  i Argonniit alrllnei with %  p The i %  %  k t-. L Oil %  M %  I Althoui <• ill b*confti %  %  %  1 to I %  it I Malay Kong ga 1 -tr i -i i" PAHl %  %  %  %  %  %  P %  . i ppfng at %  %  %  i %  %  You are on a WINNER when you ride a Raleigh! A Raleigh was the cbo.ee of Reg Harri~W KaTl Professional Sprint (Siampion for thr am aid suLceiiioo. Hmh proof

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    ttttftau Aeaoe
    FSTAHI.1SHKD 1895
    BARBADOS. SKI'
    l'HR I. SIX I I
    Naguib's Demand To Oust jNahas Rejected
    tHOH \U. Ol XRTKKS:
    New Crisis Expected
    Follow ing Wafclist Move Roy Living
    With Bullet
    In If is Heart
    imu si.m \. i iiai 11 \4.i nr
    CAIRO. Sept. 27. ;
    r*S m.st po i
    I

    Nahas be eustec). It wsj
    OlSMaaSWBi it
    the
    .
    cat wu
    The next move is i; ''i 'hi' "v
    his
    Clistl may result.
    Tin- cons)

    -
    lwo-aiwl-1

    id
    around '
    meeting was held and yell-^dj
    "Long live Nahai no WaFDi
    .-.
    appeared dramatically bofort ha

    and isirt "when I
    bar wai s<
    with .( bu

    hMOUtwl with
    .-. and Indlaiu
    Si furor.
    D to BU



    i at the and f
    .:n. and have
    ..... .-'..
    C.D.C. Invests
    <:il..~>o In \\. Indies
    I
    thai W<
    nlv C4O.O0O.O00
    a k i n g at a
    m announced
    thm tha lataat C.D.C. commitment
    in the W.I had :
    mem to ananas Jamaica Industrial
    Uon \%. t' i
    iSOO.OOO and it was hoped to Imili- I
    hi withlqiurch
    nlmous i U-aacd lo-
    niiht it will give >ou :
    ^faction.' My enoAdane
    and the Egyptian peon
    ways strengthened .
    rmperUlista, Defeat! o m nVd
    Egyptians and their supporters TSFrSi
    very u here" The crowd shouted Y.M C.A. luncheon
    'no leader but Nahas.
    There la no Indication <>f what
    Nacuib would do In the retmt to
    the Wafdi.t defiance Ha
    in communication with th? In-
    terior Minister BoUman HafCf and
    Army leaders within try Itsi l>v ;.p. ut,
    days. The 45 members W.A.Fn
    Parliamentary Ciroup went on
    record Friday night witei a state-
    ment that Nahas must remain
    the parly leader.
    Junior leader of the W A F.D .
    Abritl Sii!,irr K.ih-ny Com an,
    limseir onca UsXed as a possible
    succeasm nounctd -it
    the end of the meeting that the

    waa unanimous. He said f< rraal
    i ooamant would be issued
    luter Saturday (about 4.0u p.m )
    Gomaa's announcement waa fol-
    lOWad by a declar-Mirn bv an-
    otnas v. rfabean than had been
    Farrag to the excited crowd of!three oik! cnes. -ii r
    B
    Washington: Among
    ttcntl i.eH .'i
    I tha e P '
    V! lO.Oon.OOO'type ven.mii 01 the medieval
    cross-bow.
    Bern* I the Pro-
    motion of Sharp-shooting" has
    been formed in E^ist German v.
    '
    out
    dassstroui to all anamV
    paopla.*1
    ;*rrUirUr Tfl Dutl h I
    .. A Afi.
    00 m .1* awamp|tdgttn against
    Pretoria, for showing
    the skulli and foslU of prim-
    '^,'J' Ith* man. It . r"""n' hlUta influence the pubic to-
    wnrds belief in man's evolution

    Idad the Fat I
    Africa, Weal Afrli Cent
    . .i i .; ihbcan the Carlbbaan
    had the highest
    pUon of Cantml
    Mi" Tb Fni Baal la n< at to
    bboan with oil*
    hivmg regard to
    the popi.
    : iiean had by no
    moans b
    thai out of IB investments in the
    only
    Unj
    supporters teem ins around Nahas* pood signs and paying their way
    houst "No Watdisl in Egypt
    would accept Nahas' withdrawal

    Tins Saturday stay prove to be
    moat critical hi the w.a.f.d*
    36-ycAi i'ln .it Nahoa' loador-
    M [. :.
    Uw which the W.A.P.D. aro ....
    defying carries a penalty for vlo( V.r.
    latlon ot possible disbandment <>f _______
    tha partv concernad and seizure,
    of Its fund. W.A.F.D. already r ?_, __ wr .
    iiooooo ****\LelkSnon fins
    which is "only theory"
    Tel Avtvi The cost of a car
    -v J'iU |>er cent. Owners Of Uu 01
    tara must pay 1M for a licence.
    falatta, MalU: A Aim unit has
    been flown from Britain lO Malta
    10 make a colour lllm of the
    is'and'* 18-month-old industry
    cotton production.
    Capetown: In the general rise
    in living costs in South Africa]
    the increase in the cost of on-'
    i CDC would find many 1(em tmi1k 1o have escaped
    more useful ways of helping tho notice. Ring* made of elephant
    economic developm-nt of th- West h3,r wnicn ,, ,lipposed to brm
    nd he had no reascn.to ^^ v ,. ,-.,.-- -,n3
    IwUaawould "^!h B J !nnT/. !'
    aotietih im- ,^'c,Vrch blg,"Jlm,! ,
    ,,. (oun-tB. hnve increavti r...m I
    I D.C hadavaa
    I .S. President Asks
    A.F.L.To End Strike
    . i
    "IRI'MAN asked the !
    . i ;
    i the internal i
    ,.'"
    Trui
    "Department ol I f< m t

    II at loaa n| pi oductitui wi I
    ,.i brancdatni ol
    \fi* IViieiiii at I"'"
    til I I III IM |i lPL
    Wants Special I::,:;
    Envesagatioa



    t. l o! M
    .'Ml B.VMlii
    Mi TTsieM Bn*-ii
    cup u> Mr f i. and
    trrday afternoon nt tl
    Windward I-land".
    8>n in tlm picture from left t-i
    Capt. a. C W-*thcihrd. Mr. I" I.
    Robert, and Mi M O. Tnokoi
    fuu ai tin' '
    ft. Tha Owp
    right .* Mi 1. W ll.
    (iiiatfa. Mr. K 8 Tea
    i 'fiallriigr
    I Bor Kiflf Merlliut yan.
    uioiirf tin' Li"1* I i
    -II. Mi 11 lowfi
    wood. Major A. I
    New Sea Defence Zone
    In Far East Ordered
    CKaltenge
    Cup Won
    By Roberts


    ill be ueeful 'In

    nanantenl ,
    man own B| in it
    i

    ;b, farmei adding p>

    lab..
    and

    i

    tei ruination
    I
    : the
    will mei i
    nient in
    dilation
    who


    TOKYO, Sept 28
    THE United Stales navj ilapped a ttal blockade
    intire Korean roast on Saturday and ordered its wai h'p mi t a i. n
    tn patrol within rani'.r ol Soviet and Red CWfH ihe K
    Tiie naw orders will senq American wrai hlpi within Ornnti i i ,
    twelve miles ol the Russian ami Maiirliurian bl......: i ?I^f? ". to..- '" ' on when tha -
    tha Aarteultural Dei
    Bguraa which ihow
    nlj about hall
    i
    ' );.r li-
    : s, vie\ territory than they patrolled I
    General Mark Clark who announced ths creation >l
    the new mm detetiee /.ne" on hi! return from a wi
    I ip level conferences with his operations chiefs in ;
    lit any ihip In the I forb lei tot
    would he Mibjeet to search regardless ofl nationality

    Jni United
    llhreepent-e pre-war lo two!
    irulneas Admittedly, the rings |
    I are bigger and b#Mrr but |
    Delegates
    Arrive For
    Peace Talks
    TOKYO. S-.pt IT.
    apply
    ntT hi
    i h.M Nor'h K......
    Cl.uk .
    mtUiw.1 beciuM
    II I.....'
    i Rin. el,,,, ,.,

    lop trip.
    IV....... . M Iiim!
    . lucl h . murti I
    ........ lo
    .....i ..I ro.l. ill.lril.iih.
    .,.., Wi

    i.withi..; "" ""*<
    * '
    Wai i <
    In
    Thunder
    pi
    war, United Nalio.e.
    jets rn n
    bombs and Homing
    ttan in Egypt'* state l>ank.
    -1 I'
    Mr. Sled Will
    Lead Industrial
    Mission To It. W.I.
    II i.m Our (I"
    KINGSTON .1
    Mr. Lincoln Steel director -it the
    i iicmual lOChl
    has been sel'
    lead the B 1al mission
    R
    the poji*l-

    of Jamaica, Trinidad and Brltlatl
    Guianai Ha roplaoai Sir Norman
    Ktpphuj hoad of BriUln'a federa-
    tion Indtl not now
    able to make the Uip.
    No Govt.
    3 StTS OF TRIPLETS
    BORN IN 5 DAYS
    - ["ON, Sept. 26.
    Tali
    women gave birth lo trl]

    :i IS The
    sit Twesdaj and UM third hapnan-
    babia
    i l.K.HANON.
    Sept. 27.
    This little republic continued
    ; Ump along without a Oovern-
    Oppofltion
    Hocked efforts to form a new
    Cabinet unless they had an ad-
    vance guarantee that social and
    [/iess reforms were being carried
    . at
    i il Chfimille Chamoun
    ek-eted to the executive post after
    last week's bloodless overthrow
    cf former President Beahra El
    Khoury, Bjve i. mandate h) Trt-
    rt) Saadl Klmounla fol-
    : .is unsuc-
    BaaafUi attamptl Id form a Gov-
    ernment. Elyafi's I wo oas ii* wai
    i loekad iy tha antl-d Khi-uiv
    fpptffit'on v.hh ilespite it mere
    12 scats In the 77-meniber ch.un-
    omanded suttlcient popu-
    lar support to insist that the "*
    [eabtnel ootaln B Parliamentary
    I plediio itself *n ad>
    eart) out the reform
    I i ngrammf.^l*'P.
    well
    9Cot rs exgci TIVE
    cotnams wssmc
    (!wini! t<> iroumatancaa beyond
    the 1
    mitt.-.i meeting wl :
    Khodulad (-M Tnursday last had
    Tto be postponed It will now luke
    rrow (Monday 29th)
    i ten .'t 5 p-m.
    Secret Military
    Talk To lie tfeld
    I
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.
    A dil lomatlc i fflctal said on Sat-
    ghl thai .i highly secret
    nil South East
    i e held in the Defence
    ben i-.i lj next
    ::<.iiU.. Hi "Tifcrtnce
    will dlseUM UN entire military
    in South-East and cspe-
    cliilly Indo-China.
    Ho said i! wai ihioflv the result
    of a plan for such I review of the
    military situation which was laid
    down by Marshal t)iphnH< Ju'
    when he last visited here At that
    time there was three-power mili-
    i n Srmth-
    East Asia and It waa liopad that a
    permanent military staff commil-
    il.iee powers on South-
    A e aid be set up.
    He said this meeting might re-
    i nunend the scttins up of such a
    < tiut any decision on thin
    subfael would havo lo be taken by
    Stall adminis-
    tration. 0.F,
    DatSgStas bran east and wpst napalm on live Commuin
    have arrived at IVij>m>: foi .
    Communist "psaea confan oca ft
    Asian and Puif, ragJona'1 i a* antraa ".i mass of Sao
    i.ccording to Re-f ;
    uniting all of A':
    "Thr confe'. : i | .! CBlod
    L, U'.ll r
    'some representatives h
    rlv
    idf
    the
    Red capital.
    tie
    i IUI 1 v.
    *"""" '""
    They Inrluaed Mr, .ii .
    """.....; .-':
    Anolh.. Anirri,..,. ,..,., ,'''', ''n, 1
    f:n"-;Mr"; ZEES, ^
    sates1 from Canada, Australia,
    Colombia. B B
    Guatemala. India, Indoili
    >(>. Ne .'
    Pakistan also irrlvcd In the
    capital tha
    t'.P.
    On Iii-|H-t tioii.Tmir
    NEW DELHI, S-pt. 27.
    Air Fttri > I M il Mr Tin ma.
    Finlctter on a tour of inspection
    leu ii Korea Baturdai) Ha efi-
    ferred Friday with Indian
    Defence Minister Mr. Narahlma
    Popalaswami. l.P.
    in% i;vi ivis >ii >iiti 11s
    Joint Statement
    EntIs Europe's
    If.n/* Manoeuvres
    OSI/J Nnr .-.
    Gen. KMUs w R dgway and
    Admiral Lyi.de Met
    brought western Emope's great-
    eat povt .

    Mfi | I itrsnanl In arhlch thai
    odmitteu .i
    North A1
    tion, but said non- of them an
    insiirmonr I
    Oper.itlrm Mainbrate which m-
    all natlorfi in the North Sen and
    Atiatitic was officially
    ' i
    Cagto
    :
    reel u itatk a>petu ann
    i ra learned
    f.P.
    during Ihi- v aek h"t
    thoul lOi
    mg U plane. The MI I
    pl i-

    l for the n.
    I i
    ii i tha i
    Wai in
    (*pt n ; w-
    'l .\ l Itn
    :';;;,';;;!,. in tjtut.o .sc/ioi. tKsnw
    . ,i KINGSTON, Jamaica,
    .ipt ft'i
    1
    M tl
    Captain df
    . the R<
    port aftai which Mr f I I (rlf-

    08BMAJ
    Two heart
    i than
    ctdani
    WMyinaly tbin to them im
    Katuiday and aSCh al not KIVP Iiim up" Til
    '
    . - aaiaaal
    ed only by hV
    Hiodern Mtaaai and
    aclty of hesllk otlleial, here
    i Prleeaa Droior waoae
    only fluid Wll^ involved
    ntttol and Pn > Wltwa Fied-
    ler. IHOtlli'l ot t'lllht BOt to
    nether and agreed temporarily
    on Saturday that
    Heeu tho child catue the ihock of the chanae
    I i>e too groat for the
    Infanta.
    The lo<-al court officially re-
    vesUd the baby mliup bud
    iiisi and said that there could
    >e no doubt horftute blood
    U-t-, akull mraaiiiemenu and
    UnnerprluU uulnted to tho
    ~mm IM.o.-tile coacluaUw
    - v.r
    si'pt a
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    PIAZA THIATREi
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    I vim tui
    BUGLES IN THE
    AFTERNOON
    UUA1U8
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    T* A T.nta... .
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    BUNCO SOUAD
    SIR WALTER SCOTTS
    IVANHOE
    George KHiabeth Joan
    'AYLOR SAN'DKCs TAYLOR FONTAINE
    OPPNS. FRIDAY OCTOBER BD 5 and Ml
    t 1.1 O III
    d nsisfllgglfiii i r Um D..... i
    III start on TOTBDAV OCTO-
    lo miDAY ITfH I 30 pm
    Will nil School- i includin | Pi that hflVt i->l
    . taati ui hk < ;i i !*
    THEATRE
    Americans Are Missing
    The Laundry Trimmings
    American tourisU have rum- hair timea as much DM i
    pared British laundry methi i Ho," said Mr. J. C
    unfavourably With 'hoe HI their Boltnu. a laundry ilrm's exccu*
    own countr>. In particular, t)
    My thai here thffr shirts do not Handling hanf*the coal or
    get the delicate ailenlton w nrhtM rilga, pn.j. rubber baaft. and
    they are accustomed, wrappingsabaorta about a quar-
    But British, Arms reply thai ier of the foul coat of the Amcr-
    eornparisou'' of U.S. and Bn* etui laundr? Thai compares, wild
    laundering technique arc unfau wic-ninth of the total in Mtain'l
    "An American pay* I u a/ah'
    HOLD IT I IMjNT MISS THIS !
    "DUCHESS OK IDAHO" .
    Vafl JofeBMM Lena Home Esther N
    III .1 mi Powell The Jubilee r* Qu-r'it
    AND
    MYSTKRY STRKKr*
    Idi.iKiu Moulabian Sally Porreat Bruce Beunei
    (In Wednesday. Oct. LI. Than Bad. . A LM was
    %i 4-1 OIII niitiNi
    II o o II A I
    HI4IREI
    otaT
    BOXY
    " i iJf wT .
    (vlunku PHu>a g^thr
    wuhM^hwac, uoCtTr
    BOOTS MALONE
    MciuS**- TW.L--
    4 so a i .,
    uaaar o
    RoWii .
    AMII.l Itttl-
    Cahib Calling
    D
    WR.J. LOCHRlE.O.Bf:
    Officer of Development and
    Welfare who has been paying a
    short visit, left the island for
    British Ouiana by B.W.I.A. on
    !
    1 Parly
    A PAHTV
    idence of Mr. and Mra. C. A.
    Pickariuri | cMbj on
    I iM in honour of their
    daughter Juanita who I
    her eighteenth b'rthday.
    Her many friends and relative*
    who had an enjovabtr evening all
    jolneu in wishing her success and
    happy drtys in her ftjltW
    For V.C.W.L
    MR. KEITH ASHBY, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Duncan Ash by .'.
    Welchaa, Christ Church, returned
    c Jamaica mi Thuisday .It. -
    spending the summer holiday*
    with h ida lives.
    Keith is a student at the I'n -
    winty Cullcge of the Waal In'iiea
    und Is now doing his second }ear
    in Arts.
    Also leaving for Jamaica by thsj
    aame opportunity t Mr. O.
    Walcott and Misa B. Payne who
    will also .nut the Uhivei.itv
    College
    \tu>it nl I niirtumnu ni
    ACK. son or Mr
    . Assistant Labt^ui
    .-(Jininuau.on.er and Mrs. Jack will
    vi.tertaiii the luembers of Olwn-jK'
    Club on Wednesday mght '
    British Council.
    Mr. Jack, a versatile youi j
    pianist U now populai
    Barbadian -uii.in.
    Il.ul>,.I..
    1
    Uift Bmmm Huh



    Joseph, as from Wednesd..
    Htmniv*! ttuby D" During his absence Dr. L
    i .


    is open to all rabc who are fed
    1 Oat* M;lk r"oo,l and

    und ubies will
    r Judge*
    fn llnal luuiksj and ii*ine5 at the
    selected :ir in tfca
    \
    .adttinn will take place
    Thi- |
    on Sep-
    30.
    Itt hir/hi/
    . iiabk:
    Joaeph.
    fnlnitfif
    \| ORETLLY. QC. Bar-

    D'
    "tPacet-faluli) nt<*0 fpa*'d->
    beyond fftc sound harr(r
    to make up for delays at
    the Customi barrier "
    O.B I Adviser

    arrival fi' j B W l.A.
    if. '.u ..ay on a short
    I.i ai>' I'mlir.
    -.it-L-iw Trinidad, wag
    Jamaica latran-
    aOTSlCTrf
    MV OmXkVJt and Mis*
    o KfcllXY were pasenger*
    . it M B W l.A. on Fri-
    SM | i holidhy hcie.
    lUivk In Curacao
    HAROLD CARRINGTON.
    badlaa who had been
    ti Curacao for
    returnad bar B.W.I.a
    ' .i irw hi' hoi -
    ... heir he was 'Hurried h> Mis<
    i .:. Robert* of The IV)
    <;iml On- R'cpA
    MR MILLFJS YEE MOON, an
    M
    ttajH ( (.I'oi'-of-Sp i n.
    returned to Tnni.'i..d rarly thi*
    ' ll.W.I.A. after spending
    apAPTAINR. W 1 HEYNOI : h-SoSt*
    B^^R CECIL JA
    i* K. N. Jack, j
    yfarrivd ul Cathi-ilml
    ON
    .:i..i:m,( s.ili c"iim,i; wos-ks Irom
    Chopin. Sthunian and Schui-'ii
    Members are leniiiuled m ln\ te
    their mends.
    Fur Hi licium
    \|K BILLY GREEN
    aWl srrivad from Durotuit.. in-
    ing the week mere' he had bee i
    (.pending .. te wmtaf holiday
    will Ih1 returninn ts.i. |
    He will he leaving by the
    TlIt'KSOAV .(Ktnuuii at
    lock at St. Michael''
    Cathedral. Mr. Eustace St.Clair
    Welch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eds-
    crton St.Clair Welch and Sanitaiy
    Inrpector of St. Peter, took as h =
    [las Cynihia AftN
    daughter of Mr. and Mi \i
    .B Brute or Redman'* Villnge. Si
    ru in- pi r'
    !.ind by
    v.vdnosdav
    leaves the Island today by B.W.I.A
    foi s- I
    ' ibi"- Shi;>.
    I
    During his itay he was a guest
    H -'
    ii" .-i r
    c-kley.
    by me same oppor-
    i ra U>. Julian Pack and
    I I- kna of Sun Fer-
    lU had also been speiid-
    .>ck's holiday here as
    S I- ii Tteach.

    rormed bv
    Dean 11

    Trie l '
    the Very Rev
    and the tride wai given in i
    nage by her tattwr. The dutlfl
    Leslmaii were performed by
    EuKerlon W.k'i ana 'hote a
    tssfaerg fell to Mr Jom-;
    \1i \'l IIM-I
    ford.
    : Idt's dress was
    sctin and lace cut in a flown
    "Colombie" far Belgium wheie flLre with a close titling bodice
    he will enter the Umversitv of tnd appliqued lace yoke. gsM b> r
    Louvaine. lo continue his studies headesress was of UUiatow
    in Medicine HilK T did hi* pnv forset-me-nnis fjfith 0
    :itcii( .ti stud e: ei the Loyota veal and she can..
    Cnlleee. Canadit. imthurium lilies.
    f'iijuv MRS TOCKER rAcstHOA $^*SZ^*EL
    wno used to r sine -i pi
    11.11. St Michaei le'l Ukl IsMl d
    lolombhy oa Bfedi idai
    i.ii for Caracas, Venezuela, sftei
    easts hi
    Mrs, (>< Ocbosj ii;i I -
    i : and **M happy to he
    nj her niii Brltod
    Who all c ninbuled U nuke her
    ;; >-
    bnde. The fthwei
    he Misses C>, ,
    Sonj.i EprinSJBT, Dora**) nrl lla.el
    '
    T.ie bnde was attended by Mi**
    H;i el Mascwll a* Maid-of-Honour.
    AI..T the ceremony a receplion
    held at the residence of Mrs.
    r; Maseoll. Ravmoth Ville. Tudor
    BMosJB.

    MR ANb MRK EUSTACE 8T.0. WSfrtl
    "TRINIDAD HERE WE COME
    <
    (Bv WII-MA ri.ARKK)
    AFTER TWO FALSE STARTS Mrs Stuart's
    I).mi in,; Troupe Anally boarded the Canutliun Cunsirucior
    for Trinidad. The 'Revuedcville* School of Dancing, com-
    plete with stage hands, cook, seamstress and Cap!. Raison
    with 15 members of the Police Band. I am BUN ttuil
    everyone'* thoughts were ihe same. "Trinidad, ban w
    come !".
    The 'Construitor'' sailtd out about eight o'clock, th
    ,-\ OseAsfts By ui f..u. ovi... i.,-,,
    Fndny afiernooti Ailei ...^ the musli
    had ni. ,i ii f i ut.1 s few ol u> everyoi
    were sea-sick, wo decided io ex- i'.
    plOre the deck The Sailors weie lurked on RHissCl
    friendly and eourfous enuugii to laying 'I.
    lonHiul us on a sighl s'r ing l We watchiii Barbado- fade
    IItllD the dmlaiin afig moment II W|U ,. wvie
    : buildings, thrlllo
    I people reduced to the size of
    the Pierhe .1. than the build.
    ppiaii'd ..mailer, with
    pplaui m the
    end
    ihun-
    thinsa el human d -
    evai Ina can i
    Hurt was after It
    p.m. and everyone starlerl i
    Ihink ( -Uep Bftt. it was enh ..
    ' Am (if UI ically t ||
    Ukl W( DUtlOUf lo
    sec the very ftnt -ippearance of
    Ui atJon Flnallv. arovn I
    ihr.. >!... h . ,!.,( m it Hare a
    ltd in Hie distance. Ah
    '.he minutes trawled by. the thr-.>
    peaks become clearer and we
    here .ante by its name We WSJ
    i ii SlTSI By Ihe :
    Bocas it
    ,,!. ...
    S> Dn pas-- 9.
    va*l htnierland ol grC nary,
    Ih'.n, jul mass ol vegetal'
    interspcrsi'i with white roads r<
    scinbling I
    few light houses dlmottsn i
    (,*..( stb
    t Barbados. "Ihe world" as it
    i "iajority of ui who bat
    never travelled. Barbados. RDtng
    , away from us, for il secmeo n
    ' as If the land were movlnj;
    the ship, like ,i br; IUI I
    moss, gravel gnd bhs i
    matter on its back, yet |n thfl
    loriii of such a \ :
    lorn. Thfn our U land bSH
    a cloud, an outline, nothing stir-
    ring on Ihe nartaoS Final'y. .1
    was no more. We w-re in th.-
    middle of Ihe BBtan, likv U
    I'land. the ship; completely sur-
    rounded by water
    Songs at Seas
    By this lime, everyone was
    : comfortable and feeling quitf ;it
    Then the singing started
    Led by our singers, Norm. Gas
    kin and Ncvlll- Phillips, we s.o
    iga old and uew. sentimental.
    ilypsoes. mambos, even the So-'-'
    d "Flat Lux." the Queen's Col-
    legc School song. After dum'r.


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    SI NDAY, M I'll Mini: Js IK]
    Bl M"\Y ADVOCATE
    PAcr Tioira:
    .% Tlw 4 Snrma:
    ADVENT!RE DOWN UNDER
    H 6. .
    1 HA\ I d .vhy Ihe more adventurous
    and .'n'erpriwng lilm directors have not realized trie pos-
    sibilities of picture-making in Australia. After all. dis-
    tance is no barrier nowadays, and the vastness of thai
    try tonether with its aborigines and fascinating amma:
    life make a colourful dm ntur with ..
    flavour thai KANGABOO ; at il
    lilmed in Techme.il. ir. M Australia
    and I. toe ona, found '' aartrajroaly intarasstsiig.
    Fuucl.inii.-i. tally, the ptotva
    POULTRY Farm and Garden
    B> A<1RI< (il \
    impressive drama
    against nature, with tha laimlio:
    plot at criminal-posina-a*-lonii-
    loat-son superimposed. By coi,
    Hast. the man-made plot Men:;
    party and at tlmci, eOBaattnaj
    and rambling;. It concerns l\w
    criminals in Australia who, after
    robbing and bootliu] tl
    Ol | gambling NOUN, I'Scapv frum
    Hie police by joining forces wftta
    a iraallli) uU raaata own*, wl
    thinks one of them ki hm ion,'
    lost son. Plotting to kill -.lie utd
    man and divide his am
    criminals' plans go awry dug t
    a disastrous drought tad
    storm, and the (act that I
    falls in love will
    As you can **c. : desii't jjnount
    to much but the real in
    ;. ita POT"
    trayal i tha vaataaaio. ihecoun-
    nurougb brttlj
    photography, gtruang efl
    achieved "I 'he iMrren. nakedness
    i tba drougbt-gUkfcan area, the
    cracked earth and the parched
    and brittle Irees that look l:kc
    Notes
    H \ MILL AMI
    :
    hang ou
    ..< You oo^bl 10
    twecn Ifkl and 900 eggs '
    .1* tlrst year of laying.
    You should gvt a dozen tags from
    less than six pounds of feed. Ob-
    rtot going to get
    these results from ordttwr* lien-.
    These notes ggg
    tho-e who keep b**M
    for an> other reason than the
    Hhing for
    nothing. iiended to
    help ilvw -if jrou who are in-
    terested In poultry keeping to
    rnatfet *> prottt from keeping
    B* right way. Tha sug>
    >mainrd In these notes
    are based mi pi oner research god
    ara not the individual Ideas of
    ixxi.tr>
    vrhj :he greatest stress
    id read-

    row i ujd
    la abllttar to ia\, not ba- W-C i*.*gins
    kr .i fatKi to an. .mil there are a f*M
    particular type Of bird. Keep tha itule; the main
    in this
    lean ihii do not expect area will bg nt thg wavtongtaa
    Baa same riLulta you would cvl beamed here. The 19 mat
    ..ippvai* and a ne >ne
    In the 49 metre band make* its
    Waviiig nutaiaad itimv wua appearance The template list i
    bred-in ability to lay and having S'ven below
    It"! lhem on Propei feeding 4.OT Btfl '
    proRTamme as oullined laat week, netres 11 75 megso '
    com- 6.15 p.m. to 7.45 p.m.
    I
    MARKETS AGAIN
    WE ARE m a critical mnml to-day and.
    justifiably so. \\ 15 frequently said that the avacagp
    Barbadian abroad is alert and purposeful, with a natural
    nt'ss of spiritall ol which usually make him or
    her an asset in any community where action is needed
    An thoaa who have helped :o generate such tieurnblc
    qualities maintaining the output at the same high ''
    home?
    - \g> pose U
    Bwa, -i - aa
    R I If-lflira ^rtdsr'""'
    IJe l_Je IIUUIU ,,.
    fbodSi including fruit
    ll
    > would
    aratg
    while the Agi.-
    M- SCIIMH LEA Kilt
    NEW QI'MtTFR
    Winclrngth and l*riij:r:tiiitne
    Chances
    day. 28th.
    Will nont hi ',.
    '
    It urn 1 -
    Has gam! wr s,,,,nK .ppeal for
    .rite, log
    1
    did msbl
    fT* under

    Mght* eoulti tx*
    '
    rhe un-
    thing is
    ms'lobt sights .,ie encroaching <*i
    k< i- .....i. i a (unit an>
    (31 32 sugffMti' ti
    . i-tng
    iaklnR

    whv h wi bM

    i I
    and ev!i iksietong ggali
    the sky. There -.. rugged panor- *l !f5f.a2
    aoilc sequences of a cattle drive '""' 7' 'I-.and in
    . -tampede, ""'"'" '"
    shiuudm In yelli U of 0VJ,wwn thl" '
    ktngftroo. wallabies and dingoes "*"-
    lleeing b. i | n daAOg ,,,*,*"r Fl
    nea, "Jween i
    decked out in nightmarish get-up ,sh"
    : 45 pm. to 11 00 p.m. 149 71 fountain garden ..;
    bar of h.-ns you metroa S.0S8 meg.:..
    ^ize shoulo Amoni tha changes of pro- par* ere. the.
    SruY.3? ,,P*^t r ,hc h*'" '' amines noticed is Tweiitj <
    ", m thff megasse, laying Questions' which will now be on ""
    iwiata. water ai- the air at 10.3O n m -m Wexiiwa- no0ar uneov
    -nta and a pit f^r dron-
    inne. *
    and flnaU) a sanditon
    '.mtkI vataoiu ti
    break the mill and tut oR the
    only source -,i water,
    1
    comea ihe main factor in the
    "*'< nflgtOHlei, .vti.
    nt In his pow-
    m......., o-ii.ua. i:i,.liu ikK-i.e ;' ;;' ^ * -''K"^nfs Ufa in
    and Finley Currie have the Si V ,\1,m"x r,,n '
    lirlneipal roleg. but tne hunouis rT- ? "' lov* w,,h m'
    to Nature and aid :"!r *"' ^ '
    :h .lancing aborigines. EX01*' "vtKta ttl# N' r ''
    The desn.ptnemu.. "" ^rnbuah.
    one of the most colourful 1 have
    ncard and at oil times heigntens ;"'
    die action and (he lilm. ''"," ". whik
    I am glnd to be gate to Mil **a g charming).
    that I have be. :he M" performance as (he g.rl
    maniger of the Globe theatre love.
    the sound ..pnpment hga had i Q">d produ-jlion and d ft dim--
    complete overhaul god la in llrst- l"" Mlh magnificent
    mri ..ti all-roi
    : JMGAROO
    and IVAHHOI "d -Vl ""' wcatern, and I
    now no d faculty In uti- '" bird action, bitter lighting and
    demanding the dialogue. *rne of the raategl ridhli I
    Bl til KS IN TIIK wn-
    AFTERNOON M.L GKT YOL KOK THIS
    Romance. adventure and I
    ng i>f butory ride hand A .oiiiiiienial UViUgJ ivUl)
    In band in fHJGLES IS THE plenty ..: ocUOD, 1'U. |
    ioon i w i ma
    Jamaa tlaaii i tj
    playing g| the Plaza, Bridgetown CJeoraa BafJ lq the ; adini rola.
    It is gixiu i | tauTi back
    "iig absence, and
    ttm tune be pi...
    i i;ambler who goes to the
    H.dian Hivieia lor ., holiday, and
    . promptly framed for the murdor
    of a U.S. Sociel Agent win. h*
    mn things difficult for
    a ring of counterfeiters.
    With him is Coleen Gray, a
    .. io I
    ling part well. Charles
    (.oldncr. whom I have not seen
    n i nyatarloui
    Od it is not
    until near tha end th i1
    UlU -.ore on which
    fano ttlngl Mr. Goldner
    la ,i Rort-rata charactar actor and
    ikUfully avoid- any overacting lii
    his role. An interesting' child
    member of the caat is En no Stalola
    who made his name In the Italian
    film. "The Bicycle Thief". Young
    Enao h;is a natural aci i
    that is out of 'he ordinary ami i>e-
    causa of his talent, hia part was
    specially written Into the script.
    lxy with
    miachM'vmuN Impiahnaai
    The stgr>- is based on the novel w,1h wanrrth and lovaltj for the
    I Hayrox and de.ii> witai man who befrlandg hia
    the perils of a cavalo* troop as- p.afl gives good sound perform-
    loprotett the llvei
    days but by and large
    le of programmaa nan
    nee though a few ne ones chidtne. hangw -
    make the., appcurmie InclUOV SWPloyed and thg I I
    ing Charlie Kunr at the piano '
    who vill be heurd on I
    1 "- " '
    pin "fn Tbwii To-night' ;.!" work* is to maintain son:-
    kind
    . un-
    n'tu
    id i
    the air ual < in !< "! '
    Saturday, al 8 15 o in. btaiuj
    I ..! ihould ban
    t
    depending ,>n its vttlety. >h\ OUS-
    II .. buhl bird wUl na,uit. leal
    apace 'hap a heavy bw
    K. R. Immii'li.ii". l.i.ili.it..
    agrl
    .....i
    aedaaniy pursued
    One of ihe feature programmes But. thg huh we
    iic,.i London in UM oocntng week s.v with our own eyeg on ihe
    i> ..( Robert Bontlne Fiajaj afternoon in question ti
    < unninghame <;rsaam. tl,(. .,! .,, siu-.i
    not kept with hi imP*y ^hock
    MaiM (- hetween IS lh* r""M P"etuiegque Scot ..f his
    n^ 15 mchea an m I :""" '*'M >*he I and vegetable,
    the roost- s i poultry kei-peni
    put ' iiv under the roosts to
    -late tl.i : i
    Sw. itopiri .1 olln
    and vegetables
    tea u of fndl dtins, ami 'x ocoa rl
    CunnlrUfBejne Graham'- notary drains and i l|gf| a*l
    bean written b> a Mloa Scot, sores Worv .
    Robart Rampi ..- bran .
    Kechnta ga ixn Kobei-to.' i)..n parked high with bread and cakSS,
    ' U. B. I'unninghamo wen just IhlckJj COVtl
    "i o numerous in
    linked like a Spanish Grandee soine cast remind '"'' ol
    ,"'" He was alao, says Uobert Kemp, the Mil ? loam
    1 ..n,..|o : the Fnuhsh loI1K st^c" "**< Into ObUvlOlt
    '
    remainder of the meiniage.
    -
    ipSCnej fall
    outside the house. This |g ob-
    i'in I
    keep* the hou-e clean .
    I raanura can easily be ''"S"8''. p**rl;* l,,ttrM'"
    The danajar Hi
    - maaaer among the fencers of whn h cruaiOBned I
    agged and sold to gar- p,rK fln Inlrepld voyuil Uwaaja V.1 ""l"
    anUn ' xrellent for
    vegetable or flower gardens.
    Undked hens Wtl] drink
    iietween 5 and 8 gallons of water
    daily. Then rate ..( 'iiKumpllon
    depends on their output of eggs
    and the weather. The hotter il
    is the more water they will re-
    hlch
    uiden lands "of Islam, llv Mui '
    Liberal Memlier at Westminster. UUOfa, bUl op-rat*, uiiknowinglv
    to-founder of tho Labour Party l" prejudice rutaltri ind p.....anl
    in S.-otland a Smith American .netiting ,< the fullesr
    .ltd later historian, and ""ae natural reaourc.
    Sootaati Nationaiiai!' The broad- cinn.it.' and otnei amanitiei with
    IU ba on tha air at 9 oo wh,lh the I wnd
    at 5.15
    \u>
    nd generously bl
    day. .'('th Sept, and
    on Friday. 3rd Oe-
    .Many types of nests are used. ||f Then il g go.Kl deal ol LaU
    Sumo poultry kMparx linUd Toaeanlnl Cimrm '"" "" lourlil tradg and U*
    simple opeii nest boxes inalde the m value Io Ihi Island, but,
    house; of hen. h.v, ooegead nest In the BBC's O.O.S. in tha Bridgetown la no place to captain
    ** Projecting outside the eominu week T,eanini will eon- the Imagination i
    house. The latter aie to be recom- duet the 1'hilharmonia Oiehestrs visitors under prevailing condl-
    mended because the eggs can be m two all-Brahma concerts fro'i tlona. If i
    cIlected from oubude without dm- the Royal Festival Hall l/.ndon OOUW put in end trteUvafy to the
    tUriaUal tttfl hens. Remember to Unfortunately only Part'II of th, XUTtlna Ulwa r fatre M .,. make
    put sullleient straw or flbro to second roncert will be beamed ! heilum^
    avid bieukages: ilbre from cocoa- us. That you can hear .,! 4 < "bi.stnr- of spirit that we
    nut or palm trees makes a good p.m. on Wednosdav October 1 i' ' '"usl> *' never
    nest, one ne: gegy for irecedcd by a talk "Toacanlni Re- '"" naedad to ravblforce aottvely
    earh xevan hens but if trap nests I rhl. reapODaa
    are used trM-re -houlrt he one for BrUaJn to the n->ws that Toucan il i
    each four hens. ______ was to cc.ndtut in l~>ndon wa, fU
    "~ great that tickets were allocated
    old day.v b tanas wiin hy n",ly'- ,(-v the closing day theie
    >le. ii f.ray. ,,nd I can assure you wr'' fl0'00*' applirati..n (Ol the
    hat he has lost none of ihe lithe s-8" ?0f,,, *n 'he Ke-'iv..| Hall.
    M.UKtlN OIIARA
    grace thai i bai mc- _
    ,n,n;'B T"lk h> t.t.U.I. RcRistrar
    .Mil. i.
    in Holy and the subterranean , '"''''"" VOlcea" on Sund.i /
    dungifinx under .. prison are a fB'"- Sept will present un entin -
    grim back) "* i.vpe of broadcast a
    chase that results in the capture ""I1' Of a uik receoll} given on
    ' \^,J^j^jJJJ____________ ; --_ !!- Uti.-'i Si-nut:. -
    i. i itanUj Inflj inlUaUvt of
    ih h I^Klle*. worklin. In the public
    interest and welfare, i| the Agrl-
    iiilturnl Society, the Hortlcultun..'

    Commissioner- the Touri-t OBTf"
    i ittae ind ih<
    , pai
    "t ll.ubados. Hegistrai
    t/niversltv College of tin- We* I
    Indies. This is followed by i--
    view >f leccnl Ual publications
    It begin-, at 7 I p.m.__________
    (..4RDENING
    HINTS FOR
    AMATEURS
    . tember rains have been
    VOfy welcome, for most gardens
    were parched and dry.
    .nothing what difl*.-
    appearance .>f a garden Hanta
    i hat looked peaky befoi.
    i .n | rnagn-al way.
    amt was brown, and
    apparently dead turns green over-
    September gfl in-between
    ...irdening. and there is
    lUhg to be done Hut bad
    ,..t b weeded and turned up
    as usual, grass cut. and the usual
    outine jobs of a garden done,
    lor woe b> ..king or
    ittlng back, for such go aWtUda
    !! v "
    ing gets out of order quicker than
    if it is neglected for
    oven a week. Yet I naiden thai
    Is m perfect order, needs tho
    tnlnunURI at daily work to keep
    looking niee
    !< -'dl BOW.
    l fares, in many gardens, and
    .,.. tMs ira too. their clear
    i mht -:
    The Flamboyant trees, that
    (| m weeks ago were a mass of
    . ilmaot\ flowers, are now in full
    leaf again, and. with then mace-
    ful feather> Malta sOOtl Ilk'
    .1. graen ostric
    f.atnei- nearly as beautiful ii
    when they were Bowaring' rhaaa
    irees certainly beautify, th-
    i-land. and Shi Laid ! plantetl
    pOSnlbli. e-i'.ially n
    up. n -paces
    . rowing, foi
    . three foot -aplin will
    . ighteen
    .....tha "Id. And when '

    ing. ThCf-i ... -in.illy SRTW
    ,i an iMiinens,- M/e, out .it..
    hade trees.
    Sometimes in 11 garden
    i needed Uj divide OBg l^rt frORI
    gggssBBsn or perhaps to edge one
    level <>t ground from a lower
    level, For this purpose low
    , .hide v .ill is the nswei ..ml 1
    will be found simple ami inex-
    ptnstve to make. Tnai typt of
    .i lefl tough and ui i lered
    and if liked it ran be made with
    I '.ll 'I '! TT
    ih.1 Wltk ehl1h vell>en... Uttla
    mil.. plants gg i-
    To make such a wall no cement
    t needed, for the stones are put
    - Mb lime ma I
    i here are two kinds of lime, on
    kind la used for washing walls,
    and the other kind la railed
    builders lime. The kind to use for
    wr wall is Builder* /.,,.., ytaaj
    ill need a quantity of broken
    i.d stone i>f difrerci
    Actual quantities. ..f these two
    ii..tetig|s deiierul of course on the
    length of wall that Is to le built.
    Beitn B3 digging oat shallow
    tonndatiiMi of a few inches deep
    Some people do nol even do this
    : M ph., e ihe atones on (ho ground.
    of i-ourse that tha
    ground is reasonably flat. It l
    b) dig a shallow
    foundation. Now mix Has lime
    wlih water until a thlek mortar
    i. formed.
    Hoeing, done Ihla select the
    larssat stones nnd place them I1
    Ihe shallow foundation for th
    i Horn of the wall.
    d by building up the wall
    With the rest of the stones, put-
    ting them together and fitting.
    them togclher Miiall and large
    v ith placed In Itetween shaping the
    wall with straight sides and flat
    all >>f thl. kind should
    b kepi within the limit .....
    Of less) of two feel high by 1 ft.
    ft ide.
    I" build much higher wall
    ".....Id < risky as it *mb not tho
    strength of euwnt
    Vet | nibble wall, built with
    llms mOfftar will last for many
    years. After the staring white-
    gone, and the stones
    Utaa weathered, il makea
    a very attractive addition to a
    If r*a ' wera out. degrenad. i
    down flass or tee
    awekfut Tome Wlna wtll quickly i
    Ua whole i
    Glvfig new viuuty it 'orioles r<
    od shawt<'0n and reieemaer. Buckhwt Tei
    Wlae a etpeciuir valuable after
    You, ho, cavqo iff &r
    INNER
    CLEANLINESS
    There'a an easy way to iichicvc
    ihe luncv> you admire so much in
    others. Just make sure of your Inner y
    i 'Icanlincaa by laking Andrews!
    Sparkling Andrews dispels slug- '
    gishncs1., helps you not ontv to work
    well, bui to cri(oy your leisure io the
    lull. Andrews act* by Ircshcning the
    mouth and tongue, settling the
    !.iiM!>ti and toning up the liver.
    I mallv, Andrews gcntlv clean the
    bMeeS
    For a fury ", refreshing drink,
    use one teaapoonful ol Andrcwi in
    a glass of wna.
    DO YOU KNOWu*yyomkMdactmwlimya*v*mti
    't ./-rJfr <>\iu-< vi(cm i>tf by ftrmmliag food tnxiass or*
    a/'i.Trv./ fry ihe blood-itream and aarted Io the oratat, Tkrv
    rdus- tieadaelm, imiubibiv and lassitude. Amdrmt keeps
    wtur system free from harm/id waste*, and general health at
    mack unproved, IhunJn l.< Inner l.unlmeu.
    ORINK
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    RACING NOTES
    ih m:\ hxtti.1
    \GAI\ST WWDKRIAtS T
    "*HE B.T.C. uoounotd M ma for the November
    Meeting durmjt UM week- On the *ho.c. it showed signs of
    it than was the case
    ...,.! i with the AuKust Prosp I having loo fe*
    * ncasaa for a foui rce was sensibly
    i en by an innings and 104 rui. racs ar* framed to those suggested in
    u lust day of their First Division Cricket last week's notes, and. corulderu horses likely to run
    Road The small crowd which
    . Frank King. Barbados pace
    the last two Wanderers wickets in their
    ol) ova of the day.
    are distributed among the
    TIIK I> ANI> C CLASS RACKS
    lasses, there is really lutle to
    *tnik weak petal if the pi
    1 t

    i
    venture t the wicket Ai point*** out la*t treek to fr ka certain that no
    inab or 11 i tUad out for 72 runs, outakjara would aaaka the trip, but ti>.
    lapM due mainly to some hnd ourselves with 6 racai which will foil both
    i A teedy bowling bv pacer Phillips tacles and as mediums for attract ma; punier.-. Tie paucttj ' Bne
    if S2 and Frank U th t(-k two wickets King three for 2B In 11 overs and situation has been
    i .
    VEN lf '" ttUnacn was the only
    .1 goodwUI lour \ five it the import end of play t. -red 27 while B.
    i and, Australia, the West lndu
    Imperial Cricket Coni< I
    Wr -i ust Ion ti the i)dckgr(Miiui "

    .f England and will have lo pla> anoUiei Teal >
    13 Tailing to save the _
    -on. W-nderers scored 110 l)Ul lnal y,js l
    . <"', ;'n The present program..
    number r.ppeal for light war nMceasfuUy u._ the threi rac-es fr.

    beyond anyone'-, ability to control, but the D Class
    isfgravafe
    ng creotes Into C It may be IhOUfbt thai I am labouring t)
    unduly, bui it n CVfsT to improve.
    The annoying thing about the whole question is the attitude of
    those owners whose D and E clan ar.im.ds are not promote i
    tthout hesitation, rejoice at the promotion Of 'heir rivals into C
    short, i '.ih !* demoni
    le.irly wh.it the otitenfJM will
    be. The three race* framed f*i the D cl at tuatlfnaj i j Ike
    Vest Indies and It


    hUf two


    no
    rtan* r\-M
    mg three touri in the
    Two
    - H<
    I
    If the above I cauaa
    '' > 1 I Kin,
    arrangements made because of their Pakistan commitment, nnd affj)
    i bowled by b '
    FKAJUNCs FATIGUE '
    Senn-s
    M ..... n i ii-i ssasss*
    tsiiis la
    1
    ih i pen know
    r
    i do


    l .

    tickets for ^
    : medium to fast took I

    But on the second day of play N

    .1 In k
    On the Brat <<..xs of r'ay- Spartan

    h should be a n
    .-. havoc with
    receipts. *
    ABB Tilt. INDIANS INTEBESTED T
    Ii mink that at this itaga we should
    genulnel> Inti H
    i e able to give of their best'.' Can W afford
    1144.000 if there is a strong possibility thai in the circumstances the
    tour might not be
    - whieh must be answered truthfu.;
    promptly If the Weal ladlaa are < plan their programme km irn
    future
    While lb*) are dlllydallylni we might well
    making ireparaUonj For an [nuaeosorual tournameril with
    and f.....ur t NO BBABON FOR DII.AY
    rrpHERI
    result not on h It the cancellation of tin [ndlan toui I
    make it Unpoialbla for us to make u rangements in tun fn OW OWn
    domestic Quadrangul.ii
    the best means of assessing the merits of players who might be r#*
    (Uilred for the tour of Canada.
    I i- '.hat there will be an or! \\
    Cricket n.. v. t we arc 'n,m i*ee '
    gomi; lo nting the pn/
    -. and commitn en for having
    members of the Carl- cup on bfhalf of his nem.
    ton Clui. foi tin is maaniflcenl of ,
    the like of whl *! A" cUl.?
    . olontai I have Barbadoi small
    The (. ivilli lttfle l
    i of the Carlton mamberi who have art
    spirit dee .ding.
    MIGHT HAVE HAD HELP Bl'T ! !
    One cannot gainsay the fact that propitious I In
    have helped considerably to bring lh Carlt 1
    Roberts Wins
    Challenge Cup
    ..,. of i ,..i abee antranu and unb an luieavacted oecura, and
    ' -"-'<" added tu.. .,,,,,., lhllB horses from Trinidad an hall And our-
    ' " * aarr I n Aoguet, wltt U re. ind I
    races apart from being i
    lettlng mini and ihe TuH club i ' mem the amount represented
    ty dlmmishecl Parl MiimberH
    I Bare. That the olub i- in no position lo subsidise racing

    class racing will be eut i pw matUnc w-
    occurs the opportunitv for those horses remain t.L> In Ii will be small
    no matter where their better rivals h.
    If indeed the ClaaauVtl -t a limit <<
    the amount of rocs which they ; nt prepared to allow a good crcolo
    to win before it must be DUahad bate C OUUS, then the ODq
    live would appear to BH to bt the demotion of the worst horses In
    the C Class. No doubt Qua will i l I of I Powa among
    the old guard;, but this ojrstem worha tolerabl) wall in B.C., and I
    for one doubt thai much harm would be done to the prospect of
    Creoles where horses like Tlbai id] 1 Dd Mabouya are
    allowed to run in D class.
    NO TROPHIFS
    AS 1 have said the Provisional Praaranime calk lor more eompll-
    than critkism. I was impressed for instance by the fore-
    thought which hud g-">ne into the placing of G Class races at the head
    nf aacfa day's card. They are net likely m attract big nelds and n fcl
    pM.ven to run them when attendance and belting tend to be low in
    ri> i .,-
    On the debit .side of the ledger. Is the lack of Trophies. With
    ihe exception of the Trumpeter Cup. not u l D '"red and
    sympathetic a* 1 urn tOwUdl the il-fTUultie- with which those who
    onulido tlie financial alfalrs of the Turf Club are beset, I cannot believe
    mpossible for them to | rovtda ' Trophy for the winner of
    Ihe South Caribbean Stakes at the very I ' '"n if ">'v were to
    be the case. It Is incredible to me that not a single firm in flu
    can be found to wnonl i Bioni of provid-*
    ing such a prlie would not appeal Falling this u pproach might lw
    made to the various Bloodstock Agencies In the U.K. from whom so
    many of our important horses are obtatred. I should feel happier
    If I knew tlut thf Turf Club wai Bt any rate ectively explortrxg all
    .ivcniies. It is not a matter which deserves the complacency at
    present accorded it.
    fe F. Phillip* I
    b W b r Kins 1
    Kind l> S O ifllth n
    i H no ii r King II
    Miivft. ii s tiitir.tii *

    HI Kill nut oul

    '. Kh'E <
    l

    Total rj
    r.ll o KUI- 1 lo. 4, 0 tor 1. i n
    4 for 11. > (or 19. '> for N
    l-.-i B". 9 lor III

    ^' 11 \\
    II 0 30

    arUSUi s ss

    Club a competition was held at
    100 yards and Judging from the
    high scores and keen*** of mem-
    bers I feel suro that it will be
    the essential to has-e regular prac-
    at this range in future,
    usual competition
    TIIK TRINIDAD CLASSIFICATION
    THE 1'liiL I CATION of th, T r.<\ onVtal olaadReation list atr
    to emphasise both the encrmous Btrl i .icing in
    The
    Bister colony and the problenu wh ih mutt confront them, a t->t..i
    of -ixt>-three horses are Uatcd m t'2 nlOM inn ii will obVoOUfly l*
    most difficult ta^k to ;iisci.er BtabUna accominodatton for < i
    among us held for the regiment and WBJ mall proportion <>f U.e totjil number cl.iss:tled. The framing of a
    pie. J. K. Ward "B" Coy programme in which starting will not I. mahtmare, is another
    i ore of 8tl and the event problem and the uri.nl rumour la thai be 1 eedi I U)
    Mr for tiu- Cadeti beum won by accoinpllah thla. Inthach I 'he Harbados
    i unable totakoan , iA L k Minds of Hanlaon rtablei who hope to rnake the trip down ni thnstmap can do axcepl
    itch hippj frulUoi iT'k r,., ,r ii i CoUl" wlUl a score of "l Ca*t"
    ..._ ------2n.........w- Thi forward to s n We..ti,.
    ike the
    fingers crossed.
    me him
    theii pound In a napkin They got t bur
    t coiilirnied pasglmll I
    them
    Modernity and utility are the imtstanding
    new pevilion that I i client dam.' n
    It is n seU-eontubwd unit lhi.l affords more tv
    S. G. WeatlieihiMd
    the winner
    iviii receive
    and presenting the was sure the cup would go
    than
    of the I'.'V;' Pwhlchhaa1 Mr- T. A. 1* lb*arta muat be prtaaa. Ha raid that Mr. Griffith lonfl my In creating that Lnter-
    "f'..r for tile V. -,d on emerging chum- nad been interested in idle shoot- cst. There were several of the
    >V trtCM compctlUons mxl plow hot of lh Meeting by win- m* ail hu. life and be knew thai "' will be presented :.. the winnei of jung the Grand Aggregate with one of bis (Mr. Griffiths) regretl clul.s recently and they were
    t.ible score of 488 and will was that he was unable to lake hoping that by having compeli-
    At IK > ' '" Mcelvethe F. U Griffith challcn.- I part in shotiting now-tion, they would reach the
    ing system was in- Cop an<\ Miniature. The weather a-days. standard of Ihe bigger oosonlei
    KlitutiHl jud has proved to Ih throughout these competitions He also thanked Mr. Griffith like Jamaica who seemed to win
    - in the Small Bore
    other club of its type in ihe island
    111 HillTMFTF.RS FOR TRINIDAD
    THE Barbados Amateur Weigtuliftin..
    to Tiinidad to-morrow to compete With
    Tnnol.id gtituted and has ; comi^etitlo-s He also thanked Mr,
    The leam has b* all ctet i elimination contests complete sucee-s and I think that hn5 (,CPn fjivourable, scoring hoH ,or presenting the cup which was everything
    id should Uteri ,, v,.ry high'standard re- won by Mr. Roberta. He said that Itifle Class.
    the keenest rivalry that cup had a history behind it Major Warren al o regretted the
    the competitors and 1 because It was presented In Mr. abaance of Major Cave who ha 1
    present the prises,
    ble to do so having
    Hold at on .umnc
    it includes experienced oompetiton In the pei loni of -1 ven spoon shoots were
    Webster and P
    spearheaded with the recent Olympic Bronze meda wllki and Uonal
    rtll| UI
    Whatever tin i i nk that it will bt l,h 'he j WOU!(i hkc to thank Th
    the conunArton and 1 because it was preevnb
    . ,Jwi rturma mV ****** *** ,hal lhe mtetlnt Griffith when he was a member promised to
    I hasybeen a eery successful an*. &*. Barbados Mm, ,,. u.:!, but w, un.1
    i that mi Ajsjoclatlon which hai onlj been I lull that
    to | at

    bados Regiment, the Pi.
    iWe i......rdj wlah Ihem good lu.'k and food
    TRINIDAD TOBNADOBS COMING
    The Tn
    nen by the M v wlllemstad of the n..
    i ium " mtiiuvii
    and
    have
    usted



    been Axed
    pany who have again kindl\
    rrelanl I
    Than win ba 'ties of Bve inter
    santing lhe two celonk I
    will l>e Open i" all tornadoes.
    As soon as the dates of the Intercolonial i
    a ill be published Th<
    - iKiats Is still cxt
    \ In thla
    , order Borll :* i.....its, fan II 11 i
    .....M will dcfli
    Konl will lake oecond place.
    The third place position with lo-day*i race lo go and Ihi
    race next Sunday, miKbt ,.sil> l>e taken by either -it the three l>ats \?r. ",,,
    redid thai there win be
    in the m Moid placi on Um b
    The sevi iiUl race I
    race next Sum same tune.
    TKNNIS TKAM INV1TFD TO TRINIDAD
    rnben wUl be
    leai n of the remarks which Di Noble Sarkai captain o
    team which
    Annual (
    i i would like to mention ou
    rrlend CpL Luke, our range Wafren
    must tw made to attendant, whose tiresome job "
    to change targets et>
    arc the
    naica1.578 Cup IIMJ H
    i edak
    3id Kenya wn
    4ih r.
    dUI tog 'be year
    ut le
    Club as far back as 1912. lie as- 1<. go t< the Hospital throne
    .Aired Mr. Griffith tiiat they would lllneat. He hoped that his condl-
    UeagUre 11 and that it would be tion was nolhina -erious and
    owarded to the winner of the ihat he would lie oUI wit among
    in- h krand aggregate at future meet- them soon again.
    Ing?. ^^^_^__
    Mr. Griffith thanked Major
    for his kind remarks
    and said that ho would do every-
    j thing
    his power to luster and
    gc rifle shooting in Bar-
    Auto Racing
    Calendar
    for improvement .ui it is hoped firm for competition among the
    will make every Leeward and Windward Islands.
    and
    always wuhng to give
    when there is work lo be done. .
    \rR F,' ^ 2?K '* regretted very much that Ph, mu'mi'lnal Sp.,n,ng
    L*S3*!?i\L "SSHJK M"J' Oava was unable to attend Cornmlarion ol Intenuitlonal Au-
    duo to illness and said that he tomobile Association today issued
    was very pleased when he was ,tu' l,,ll,,wmK calendar of OVentg
    asked to come and distribute th~ "* ''"' ;y53 season:
    He hoped everyone had PijJnUW l8r-"lUnc .9nnd
    an enjoyable evening and agam *^,x'
    piomiseu that he would do BTory-
    thing to further the interest jf
    fie shooting.
    Mr. Harold Bowen then pre-
    sented the De Luna Cup to Mr.
    rneotlon that at the conclusio.'i
    of tho presentation of prizes Mi.
    Bowen <>f lassssra. Y. DaUaajl
    will present this Ciub with a
    Challenge Cup on behalf of his
    May
    I MX
    Prix
    May 3Lisbon Circuit.
    24Luxembourg Grand
    May 25Monneo Grand
    M ijor Warren as Chairman of j I'rlc'shooti'mr'"" "'" mnmmt J1 Prix. May 30 Indianapolis race.
    ta Council of the Barbados _ u*,', D __ ,w Jun*' 7 -Dutch Grand Prix.
    edonSui the Small Bore Rifle Club thanked '\\r' fhPJl i^ 21Belgian Grand. Prix.
    lory Of the Mr. Griffith for attending thai Sfflh. "P l "*' a** IB-British Grand 1'nx
    ^^----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------oiim n. August 2German Grand Prx.
    Major warren on behalf of tne September II to 13Norway's
    ire and the Club thanked Mr. Bowen tor Vikln Halh. September 13
    enil. MM' then behalf madi everyone feel most com- presenting the cup and said that Italian Grand Prix. October 20
    Peri his team a most enjoyable time. mfmbers of the Small Bore Rifle Sbanlsh Qrand Prix. November
    Inidad and Tolwigo Al to Invite I Marl>ados tablt tennis
    Phe Barbados Table Ti Ion and the people con- t<> Uj not yet lixed a date.
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    Finalists


    his t.i.
    duced HMMdi
    assure. 1
    Norman GUI ni i
    ni ha, tcamatc Blan Murray m
    Hi. othei Mml*Onal Murru was
    brilliant in -pells. hut the relenl-
    les* attack of
    Smasher' broke through
    fence.
    BeM Performance
    Kli'!
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    In tli.
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    In th. Miss N.

    Manning n Uun b.
    Can Utgton and N GUI
    u ited Mi i w .. d
    RtlUtp .. i.
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    Tin .,1 H.UU
    or ami uill &e
    I
    follows
    Lad**: It Williams
    Maafai KG
    Uk
    Men, i>,.ui.v- m
    N
    and K < i "->. 11
    Ml*r,| Ihniblr.
    iinjtton and Mr N Gl
    N. Hall and Mr 1. \\
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    Gonzales
    Kvla ins Title

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    SEPT. 28 NO. 243
    The Topic
    of
    Last Week
    r
    STOP PAIN
    ^

    QUICKLY
    with 1'hcnsic...


    Standing L to B OI*BMiit Jackaian (1M 11 ..- i B-Ma Boaem (181 lb) EttoI Donglas (IN
    I lb.) Basil Grant (Mr. Barbados 1999; II II. Webatei Coach Manager)
    Kneeling L to R. Boy aoddanl (188 lb). Olync Jordan (188la.) OcorK* Nuholl- (MB lb.)
    BASKETBALL:
    Carib Bears Expected Sunday
    vs. J.

    GOLF:
    Mrs. It iitton Tops
    Ladies Ladder
    Acnon il Col/ i luh
    during the week was roulliied to
    challenge matcnai In th)
    lb climb tha laddtofa, but there
    rtj of UMm. Outstanding
    uoeaM of Mi
    Wilson, who put in
    itrtva clayed and ran two
    n
    I cek-end.
    fcUiil) in Um
    ;.h Cyi Saaaab
    d place, thci
    took on the leader Mia, H. Vidmer
    turned n a sizzling 36 and deposed
    the Ladiea' Captain at the lop of
    the list.
    In lower section Mrs. A.
    Tempro made an etTOCl to jump
    Miss Faje Atwell, but afu-i an up
    Dad down Offon tha match ended
    OVOn and Hi. |
    ill Uicu* original poattlon \ .!
    on* match between thfl two has
    been arranged for Tuesday.
    Two Chiillengcs
    Two Challenges were Issued in
    the Men's Class A section, but both
    failed. Colin Bay ley who has made
    a spectacular rise in the last fort-
    night, having reached the second
    lung Aung a challenge at R. Vid-
    mcr but was turner
    Thursday In a medal-play en-
    ii it by seven sti
    on th.- lan i dag William AUtin-
    ; on who had accomplished some-

    Rodger last week, attempted to
    move still farther forward against
    J. 'OD. Egan, holding down the
    third rung, but again the rhal-
    ! wige Cailad at EgaJQ a/do another
    nudal-play match by four strokes.
    Tuny Teiui.rn defeated 11. V.
    King and moved .:;< u-p n the
    Class B Division, then accepted a
    i hallenge for return match the
    ' i ext dav and >ucce -fi.,l> l.ienil-
    An an
    preceded lh<' arrival ..f the Tnni-
    .
    which ia expected here next Bun-
    Baaktball
    Knock Out Competition in Trlni-
    RTOM runners-up in the League
    and Barbadians
    |g) n-Uuned from
    Trinidad and have I
    ii n
    Local player who have bean
    '
    IM the tour OOm to I
    this fully. nil. Inn for times
    tl work
    . i fa
    eluding U
    making the tour. In a ga
    . h
    adll have
    I
    against when the
    hM of " |,.8S than
    flee feet, stevon in<
    other two ate live feet, ten and
    i half Inenei and (hn (I
    i
    [I
    I win th
    Knwk Oul um run-
    bo ]
    ind with the end of the
    season, lhe\ in HI energetic and

    :
    Who* Who
    Then contra is OaHtoa "Do
    Clark. I
    I Ii i\-
    Uteii coach that
    onto popu-
    Uu In Ti.i.ni.id. Clarke has boon
    judged the most accomplished
    [Us season ho
    the most prolific scorer in the
    league. 1!
    pondablc > them to
    good advantage Hi
    well-judged bounces on >hi
    lord.
    Aldwvn Hi.Ibp. Ifex iv _
    feet, one inch, and weighs 173
    poundo. Hillop is considered the
    backbone of the club A ipt i
    he has acquired a reputation ! i
    command and coolness when th"
    iiame is not going the way the
    Carib Bear* could wish it II,
    a steady and aggressive player
    and is always alert for a rebpun t
    from the bock-board. He has
    reputation as a sprinter and thii
    ability enable* him to elude
    many a would-be defender.
    Norman "Kox" Plerr.
    feet, eleven Inches, weighs 165
    pounds, and plays as forward.
    Bre fal a player who has en-
    deared himself to basketball Jam
    for hil guile and elusivcne**
    lUOlly, is how he gained
    the nickname "Fox". Me is goo.i
    at a swift one-time twirl of th.
    ball into the basket, employs
    . the two hand chest
    shot from forward court, and s
    in a class by himself when .t
    comes to dribbling and ball con-
    trol.
    The coach Jim Burrell (USA.)
    who plays as forward. I
    eleven and a ball
    eig.i> 190 pounds, He has be.'n
    playing the game som.
    nowat College and in the
    Armv. He baa nnviously been
    coach to several other teams, and
    was captain of "1
    of the U.S Naval Base In Trlnl-
    dad. He has played in Hawa.i,
    Japan. California, Florida, Mas-
    sachusetts. New York, San Juan
    By CALVIN \ 1 I I M
    Cuba, Illinois, aiul
    done much foi amateur l>ask-'t-
    li.ui hi Tru
    Lame l.-lm Bvt o .

    gressive on bi


    i swift, too, and this with hi
    knack of


    \-ii.-.n fieri.-. i\

    < an glasses
    i is gen-

    of the Doaafl

    ;
    accurate one-hand pu-h
    ( aril.in SU-[ihrnMi. , |U,


    keep ihe boll I
    paaaeo It
    .. w .
    . I .1.1,1
    help feeling thai ii Gibson somo-
    ;.e,i througli somewhat
    DM bcgin-
    i
    :......-
    , kM more
    lCO Y.M.I'Cs
    aaaog. One
    tn occtaia
    i playni,
    v ,ii and I ill doubl-
    I select, ui
    ;.-ctiiig it
    toe tn--:
    i. i>. .
    t\ oiished a
    i
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    CO his M
    aim then '
    -
    11 vug in lh
    ...
    nuuilvs put away
    AftOI tha' all lie IuhI
    Uj bold Ins *
    tor tho ii.i i and '"- he dad wlUi
    ma airving.
    kUI ."inplelid his

    .,,!.., ho aroa the
    i '' l"*
    ;iino.
    Ignl .i KM no recelv-

    . and Pall*
    .
    , iih
    i-
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    FOOTBALL
    Th i. ih. < i

    The famous dvc i Kl ', IEVBS
    PATJM.SOO [UBSNERVES,I I mm- rSDI PW
    So miner how it.-h.. t*M piin. ,'v vimr nerves,
    bow JtpreutJ vim icil. PHENSI4 iboB ail iruigyoti relict and
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    FROM RHIUMA'l PUNS.' IUMItBO. KERVE l'lNS
    HEIOCHFS. HFURHICH If ifNZf C.II10' A CHILLS
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    CABIB BEARS who are expected to arrive hr>re 00X1 Sunday to play
    three matilic- against Barliados. one against Harriaon College, and
    one against Harri*on College Old Boys and Cailton combined.
    Front Bow left to right are A Hislop (capt ). C. Botaelmy and
    L Laahley (itandlng). J. Burrell (coach). D. Martin, P. Samuel, C.
    Olarke. A. Pierre. C. Stepaenson and N. Pierre, (tauuci will not
    take the trip).
    weighs 155 pounds, is CQCDgtora- ,\ i made for
    tlve newcomer and plays a* V at, three of which will
    ward. Ho baa romifatloi OctoaJor ~,
    f.Kitballe, itky, and U[ oinbinad
    la rapid)-. Info College -Cariton team,
    i-laai forward. ng uiMht will be the
    t'arlvlr BeUielmy, i KHh the
    eight, the stsor* and the
    WOlgns 180 pounds. Hi lwo colony matches will be
    hand at ua Hth.
    IU u --ound guard.
    The Barbados Team
    Of the I '.earn, Seigert
    So much lor the Trinidad team. T .
    The captain of the Barbados team tr, ,, ,,,d how
    KM three
    d the II .,. ,
    . ...
    1 Knock Out Competi- ^w. but loan team
    u captain is a .,: ,, die above Seigert
    Iipular one among players. He I nearer
    tall, an hajw
    i. At any
    * thing we cab be sure
    half the goals College Old Boys
    ,. mst V M I'C to wii
    k Out Cup
    tlvere was
    it the season has bean
    f higt
    toUmU Among
    standing players is
    LONDON fcopt Vi

    ,n H4 league i.

    to put
    Ing again
    .......
    arn i;.,i snotht*
    o
    lUitor foi Scouondi
    P hag
    i is
    . ii ler -
    .
    .. it,..,.<< Allen
    orond half goal
    . ,.,,n
    BJlUt out l

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    rabbod
    'i,i llolton n> Ihob urst

    Individual feal of Iho
    ...ix from the i
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    (fj i II.
    much ihi gmxi i
    I .1 riiahled Hud- i
    Kirn i.nlx'.it.'li
    Ad (Hdham ,
    , onta 411 unbi nv om
    irndford lumped inH) Hist place i
    i Iho lliiiii dlvistea noith
    ii Bootlaaxl bo-
    .'.oiherwcll
    hUbornian
    reauited In One adn foi the
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    ho UU1 it n 1 3 vieUiry.
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    who boot
    'i-ii home by
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    enUOB that Season
    t-eing wild at $1.50
    uon price
    We would like to inform
    oui friends and customers
    that we will be CLOSING
    ON MONDAY 29th and
    TUESDAY 30th for -
    STOCK-TAKING
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    i *ATTEH iiy a Spa"
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    stands up to
    hard bin..... Bpa
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    .1 subject of Fan
    I raaaoni then ara those who are agmi.
    spaced family, i>ui for I
    FAMILY PLANNING, Mar; always recommend!
    xt that i
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    Um

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    '.id these days.
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    of sugar in
    .
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    then i. i ami
    go carpets etoUiaa
    and allclriinsed put I
    in a lot beiiei M lion Ihan
    urn the pummeiiiiiK i**an
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    * Sunday. September >H. 1952
    Look In the section in f(flnd what your outlook la, according to U
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    OEMINI
    May 21June 21
    CANCER
    Jane 22-July 33
    LEO
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    unari and Mbar ararttv causes. *r
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    Soon among punetj favourablj
    aspected now. This Sunday affords op-
    portunity toi trua cnanty, aid to guv- ja
    pntjecu.
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    SAOITTAR1US
    f Not. 23 Dec. 22
    *Aog. 23Sept 23 U a* ba uf K'k1 heart'. ,
    i'i.> im eonUnuad pood aoaiui for seit
    I too.
    *
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    'ii!. patV .nr. ii. tda, ,
    (iiurcti. Bona raiasXng fun. too. ?

    -Top* f..; '-. Necessary work, j
    domestic problem-s ihan : Do ?
    DOl Mgtoot BOul I naadt. Prayer, gocul
    deeds will bring blessings.
    +
    --Fricn : Extremes not ad-
    vooatod. wi.i-n dutii permit, st) needed ^v
    K^"~QiTTw".>9 "UWOOI .111,1 I"-" *
    um' trtonda, start with church, or course,
    ? OAPRIOOSN -Pleasant irdications for your da v. R-
    23Jan. 91 maneo, homely affairs, religious services. .
    on top. h rtudy- Jcf-
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    AQJJABIUB Today's aspects favourable but do not ^
    Jr Jan 22Feb 20 l Hot] -hanges for sake of chsnsa wilh-
    ^ out a proven better l'u native Go to
    ('lurci ]-
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    ? Tab. zi-Marc* so ,lous ,,,lks Ti,,,u 1V(,rr>> nggdleeg anxi-
    . Ti.. D God ''. inch; rest, too.
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    ^ YOU BORN TODAY Meditative, usually mild disposi-
    tion; with strong sci and excellent mental bal- ^^
    . ance. Venus is you andj it bespeakv love* of t\Y
    ^K beauty, harmony, ab lity at tormutf, BSldanlng. Libra has
    fcjvcn us many iKatourOnk era, great physicians
    and teachers. Love of hunt ou highly ropvUed )>
    ^(snd needed f-
    civi. (Tali Hut don't go
    ~to extremes. Blrthdate; Gi '.atesman.
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    fok twice
    i.f W7NES, LIQUKIJItS,
    SPIRITS and SUNDRIES gathered Into one cm
    THE LITTLI BHOF
    Here you'll find wines from Hie
    sun-kissed slopes of at
    i BonnjM
    the Island's 1.
    And if YOU ARE BiiiOHT. youTI buy from The tittle Shop a bottle
    ..I PERF1 i Shop, Johns i Sts-
    Buildiihg. Id.
    i n THE 1NTERNA-
    rRADING CORPORATION LTD Telephoni
    The Butter Is Melting Fasti What's
    Madam
    4JCJ BARBADOS 8 x 3 J-4 No. 712 RA2I78
    Feet
    when you stop
    ^aurheadache!
    "mm
    **.
    (Bj BYDNstt KODF.M
    The DSWI that butter is going
    p 6d. to 3s. a lb. next mouth
    i;. only part of the story Ami
    for those whe love the taste <_>'
    Mori i- not a happv
    i i
    i the world, except in -
    ry few countries, butter is a
    nlnishing commodity. No long.
    i'- then enough to go round to
    pim ;ill ih.y want.
    kOd more is margarl'-o
    (lining lo take the pleee 01
    buttei
    Thr*e whose job it is to sur-
    v< y the food needs of all the
    |x with 70,000 more mouths to
    leed even hold out
    little hoi>e that butter will ever
    be plentiful again.
    No Hope-
    Littlfl BODS, then, thai (Air
    two ounces a week in Britain
    wi 1 ever be .substantially in-
    creased so long as rationing lasts.
    No hope at all that butter can
    once again replace margarine
    not merely on our bread but In
    so many cooked dishes to give
    them that pre-war flavour
    Only if we were allowed to bu;.
    butter on a free market
    about Si. a lb. could those
    housewives with the money get
    enough of it.
    And. of course, the price might
    i rise above the 7s.
    4^d. paid In B* I
    Europe's current top tigure.
    'Three Cms. .
    Wh.tt has happened? Why have
    the Churna stopped turning.'
    World production of butter
    rUU humped 10 p 1 end. brkr.v
    the pre-war level Cat three msln
    ilk is being drunk.
    nan bars sane otrsi to
    producing meat Inetoad of n "-
    ing dairy cattle.
    And 30 per cent, mote chSOsa
    is being made.
    Bssf production rather than
    1 lairy products Is the
    order of tin' tto] In Britain. Our
    farm*, moreover are obliaed ,t
    sell liquid milk rathe* than make
    it into butter. They ore allowed
    i higher profit that way. Two
    gallons .if milk bring the farmer
    ?is. 8d. but in.ike only 1 lb. of
    buttei Chasto also yields him
    u better return than butter, and
    the tnd for cheese has gone
    up.
    In pre-war years every indi-
    vidual in Britain ate, on th>*
    averts*, 25 lb. of butter a yea/.
    Only In-hmen and Swedes ate
    more. Today the figure is down
    10 about 14', lb.
    N.w Zealand, which sends 40
    per cent of our ration jg work-
    ing hard to step uo 'i--
    niit New Zealanders thernselve'
    m more buttei. Australia
    sent us 66.000 tons of butter in
    1050. only 34.000 tons last yea,.
    .ind now, through drought and
    hostage i-f labour, a bare 6000
    tone.
    World Cry
    Danish farmers make more
    money out of cheese, *u their
    126.000-ton bulter export lo us
    two years ago is down to 90,000
    this year.
    Altogether we expect lo im-
    port 259,000 Ions from all sources
    this year as against 335,000
    1950.
    At home, our farmers two
    years ago made 16.000 tons of
    bulter. Now the output is 6.000
    tons.
    So the world is calling for
    more margarine.

    Nostalgically, a renowned chef
    said to me yesterday. "1 remem-
    ber the time when we could use
    butter for everything In the
    kltchtn for sole mcuniere, for
    sauces, for cakes, for all the fln-
    i-hmg touches. It has everything
    t iste goodness and the quali-
    < of t idmg uk ing >dli Us >
    ity of binding the ingredients of
    a dish in cooking.
    It is quite impossible
    achieve llrst class results wtO
    margarine.*
    L.E.S.
    Cooking
    In The Kitchen
    ORANGE St'FIXE
    For 6 people; Big oranges 6;
    Milk i pint; Bugs 5, Sugar ) of. .
    Flour lj oz.; Orange rind; Apri-
    cot jam.
    Cut the top of the oranges and
    take the oranges out with a tea-
    ipoon. Make a custard with the
    5 yolks of the eggs, the Hour and
    the sugar. Put the yolks with the
    ugar, mix well ado the flour and
    melt everything with boiling
    nilk. Put the saucepan back on
    the fire and stir all the lime
    intil the custard is quite thick.
    Grate a bit of orange rind in it.
    deal tho egg whites until .-till
    then add to the custard. Fill th*
    oranges with it and boko in the
    iven f.,r about 10 minutes. Take
    he oranges out of the oven and
    serve with a few tablespoonsfi'l
    jf apricot jam.
    BANANAS IN FIRE
    Bananas Sugar Flour
    beaten egg -Icing sugar Rum.
    Take the skin off some bana-
    nas, put them In a dish and
    sprinkle them with sugar and
    liqueur (if you like). Shake Ukqi,
    hi Hour, in the beaten
    cgn an) fry them. Put them on
    greaseproof paper so that all tho
    oil or lard will run off. Dust them
    with icing sugar. Take a sharp
    : nn the fire and then
    iKhUon on each banana.
    Put some rum, and with a match
    bananas. Serve imme-
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    rllllB SWEET BANANAS
    I oc I pec person.
    Sugar; Lm.e luieSj Orange rind;
    Bum I or 2 liqueur glasses; Bat-
    :!; Icing sugar.
    ' inanas (one or 2
    i i, take (heir skins oft
    and mvide them in two. Put
    HUM in a dish, put some
    M i uf hem, | lew
    drops of lime juice, grate a bit <>f
    l on them and finally
    add I or 2 liqutur glasses of rum.
    Leave the bananas for a few
    tew minutes before you
    are reed) to serve them, take
    them nut ol the dish, dry them,
    pass them in light batter and
    fry them Serve them hot after
    having sifted some icing sugar
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    The Day the Queen Must Choose A Hat Afan A6 'sm
    .;:il>ortUt. To yun.
    great ela!<
    ha H
    STYLE-SETTERS
    B iHii.u in BARKLKY
    LONDON.
    II r too soOtl to ihooee
    rid buy) the dress foj U> OPCe*
    ion lay the LoodOO desi.nei:.
    they are already well ahead
    vith styles Tor next year's coroo-
    ition occasion*. Here, to il
    What you will wcai" m Coron.i-
    lOB Year, ll niie of the :.
    linn dresses to eypeaa
    It is the dress that will set the
    style for any remptlon or bail lu
    he world's four UQtuefl where
    handellers slitter :ind chum-
    tagne sparkle*. Its materials?
    .rosgraln and duchesse satin. TJic
    .olours? White and a new shade
    >f blue called Garter Blue.
    It Is starred for coronation occa-
    ions because:
    It has a "regal" air but Is
    'Clamorous it k] simply styled bul
    becoming.
    It brings a touch of fashion to
    i formal gown with its new on-
    he-jhouU I us skirt
    vi:li i'ie contrasting coloured
    (w-tieing on the waist.
    DO fussy, cluttered orna-
    mentation, but just the right
    imount of bead embroidery on
    he bodice, and long, above-elbow
    lovaa
    Lastly. It is available on the
    xport market.
    . is A:ihur Dante. 10
    rears hi London, h.' has a double-
    deed approach to dre" designing.
    la eatarg equally for the flock of
    lebut.nntes who fall over each
    >thcr every year to buy his
    dream" ball gowns' of brocade or
    link and white organdie, and fer
    is clientele of elegant women.
    What
    .... when
    riU* in state from Buck-
    P:>laea to i
    . formal}} foi the flm
    have long m
    Lilal ng when the new
    parliament*!;. *.ese*on will be-
    gui, but it is certain to be some
    lime before the Coronation next
    June. And that u the point
    which raises the problem.
    i -i : fie .ill noi have been
    Uu Queen will not be
    able to wear the symbol of
    moBjUch) Yet custom demand*
    ihat she siiould have her head
    !<-jds the
    yueen's Speech, oujtltning Gov-
    fnimiin poUry for the coming
    *evtoe.
    King Qeorg. VI did not bavi- uu*
    prohliii' His Cerunatioti fol-
    lowed rapidly after his acces-
    sion He opened tabs first Parli-
    ament in 1937. ftfSSil in the
    full panoply of rotes and
    On* Solution
    THE Duke <>f Windsor, as Kin*
    Edward VIII. waa the last
    pi to open Parliament
    before his Coronation. In hi*
    book "A King's Story he tell*
    how he overcame the difficulty.
    ONE SOLUTION
    ,,r | B| d ',
    . Qsjaai afar*
    .
    ejewelled haad-
    gcar of Kingship, the cocked
    hat that went w Ih ihe uniform
    of the Admiral of the Fleet.
    Kven the detail of ih,- cocked hat
    ralaed a weaghty point. Should
    I enter the House of Lord* with
    t ti, my Ji-od?"
    . fnculUea wera
    I h.4i ha
    :.ii his admiral's hat.
    There is no sue':
    the Queen', pr Mem.
    ei lu*ely liares
    roi instance, the one .
    '. nding a
    I ily wears
    iiarn.', and that might be eon-
    -
    ciki. not in dp so.
    The Garter...
    ANOXlfBI that the
    Queen -
    < ap and lobet. of the Order of
    the Qairtor. it would be a fining
    drou. this ctatume of the moat
    order of chivalry, for
    I lie Qll<
    l*axlUnaanx
    Foi u-fore -he read! her speech
    she has to carry out one or the

    .< .i I.nation of
    Ptote.Unt '.nth and -wear- to
    do ill m l'ii power to maintain
    the Protcs' int suoccssion to toe
    Crown.
    The opening | .. Parliament i
    one of the most splendid sur-
    vivals of pageantry eclipsed
    only by coronation. And
    vvn hi-t becomes a Vary
    ImpoVtaie Affan. -LE.S.
    iOAr ijv rowi\ sal
    hat like two gigantic exclamation
    marks.
    Erik also tarries out succeesfuUy
    of co-related accessories.
    by matching a hat to a bag. a
    scarf, or a pair of gloves. A black
    .i"f trimmed with ermii
    tails partners a black velii* pill-
    box similarly trimmed, and acin-
    namon felt hat witn n matching
    handbag add a touch of colour to
    an nil-black outfit.
    .... To Foot
    And black velvet and green la
    dark shade called Plnedew) are
    as fashionable for shoes as fi
    hats. That is the news arising
    from the first press preview ever
    given by Edward Rayne (Chair-
    man and Managing Director of
    H. fc M. Rayne). He should know.
    Hi family have been In shoe bus-
    iness for 60 years, and he is now
    the Court shoemaker.
    Other important colours, for the
    coming months are sherry, morel-
    lo. (a deep cherry) and gun metal. |
    A new addition to the shoe war-i
    robe shown in the collection are
    "hotlines"half couit shoe, half,
    boot Made of black &u"de, they
    have a contrasting coloured cuff,
    on the ankle to match the heel
    (in red or green). For evening'
    wear, the cuff tr decorated with
    brilliants.
    Raync's collection has launched I
    the "jewelled look" for cocktail
    and '-veiling wear. Styles, include
    sandals with narrow straps, and
    court shoes with a delicate net-
    work of straps across the toes.
    These are in black velvet. spftU
    tarad with brilliants, pride of the
    collection Is the Italian-inspired
    "mule" type of shoe. A broad
    band of elasticise.1 velvet, fitted
    across the instep. Is guaranteed to
    keep foot and the shoe'- sole
    together.
    Finally, comes an Idea which
    other shoemaker* would do wall
    to copy. All the style, for day
    are made In two heel height*, so
    that those who cannot wear high
    heel* at- now able to buy a ahoe
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    WX 111 Sou thr mfltcbnw helt
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    SAti.N
    McGregoi
    rxctuna about
    HE HIT/, beau'y
    . i
    powder*.
    Hnpaaxi
    ,
    WkLI. 1 ONFOI Ml |1
    no soap, : o Wl-Nl.
    Hut this never hapm |
    PhiUHw El.ttric PHM.IftHAVE
    RAZOR at M.i.
    ivpt.i ran he u
    world. .1 parfct
    and just as good for regular
    home use. You plug n I
    the dial Ui!h j
    Tew- deft strokes Use h once
    and all the
    duel
    ntiFRti i i qo mm i i i
    PBON1
    d 447? hiil hold il till Wednes-
    day Oct 1st They're re-coenlng
    Ith a full -
    Hardware, llu
    terials and Kitchenwaie \ier,
    "il ^et what you
    it hare Inctudtng paints and
    and numerous small
    boal fitting* tynu Tornado own-
    r*>. Remeiidw-r. ihtn
    I I frag ui
    ONf M*N AN1 IIIS IHMi
    imldn't h * maa
    w artthoui ITK1NA H.h;
    EMOW \ pU adJ
    t..-..o ,i. rtaa a Co I *
    Pttrtaa Beaton (ph WI
    on up.
    Purina Ho* Chew is staple diet
    and I'd iuaj1 you ilrop In for
    the hlghh infoin.ttivi bookltl on
    how to cru>ose. f.H-il and gi nerallv
    manage your dog from the
    Chockerba ird store
    ran i;\ iit t -sAlon |i
    taaturtag th* ni o I gqui
    Nylon r.. I
    llettm.i Ltd in Th"
    ' Hastings BDd featured
    imonfl dehkhtfui Imported Tropf-
    V t l fe,
    o i urer
    Thr bir hit
    with uki- |iv*rl
    h.ii.o, i ...is
    *. Ml ratal,
    IB. I*. itw.
    fcrrll. .r.
    Us lid tlmca,
    Willl silk . -rf
    P-lms .- #
    : =c = :
    ^xoacoa
    Oh Pity The Poor Housewife
    All these style, appoaf " Erik's
    lew collection. Colounf include
    right lacquer red, white, and any
    hade of green from bright
    merald to a dark Cyprus (dark
    nough to be mistaken for black
    in artificial light). Materials are
    t aried. Black velvet, mellousine.
    black velvet embossed with eol-
    jurs and long-haired fell- head
    the list.
    Trimmings are few and far
    between. They appear on cocktail
    hats where black Jet or black
    aiding i- all that Is used.
    Most hats have the pronounced
    foiward, down over-the-eyes look,
    frcmlnlscent of thr 1920**. Thla la
    created by a long piece of millin-
    ry foliage curling round the
    heck, by an enlarg d brim effec
    lively concealing half the face
    like a donkey's blinker, or by
    two pheasant tails perching on the
    Alan brooke 9$
    Daughter
    LORD ALANBROOKE'S daugh-
    ter, 21-ycar-old Miss Kathleen
    Uenita Brooke, has become en-
    gaged in Malta
    The man she is to marry Is sta-
    tioned there: ^4-year-old Lieu-
    tenant Oliver Vcsey Stoney
    He is tall and dark son of Mj>
    Robert Stoney, of Itosturk Castle,
    Co. Mayo. Mrs. Stun. 1 f Hi nu- th'
    wedding will probably be next
    >eai.
    Miss Brooke Is slight and dark-
    balrod, lives in Boutn Kensington.
    Sin will be in Malta another fort-
    i Ight She studied geology at
    heading University, is now .. civil
    servant.
    L.E.S.
    By PILN'SANT.
    To be rckpunsible fur the run-
    ning Of a home in the .
    certainly an experience, but It Is
    not m experience that many wo-
    men would choose to go through
    were they given the choice. Wo-
    man of to-day are far removed
    from the simpering affected fe-
    male* of a century ago. Their
    emancipation, begun b> the Suf-
    fragette movement, wag couptet-
    ed by two world wars, and the
    result of the part women played
    in the last war showed plainly
    that under a superficial difference
    of character the modem wom-m
    can stand up to most things ihni
    a man can In their war Jobs
    women showed courage esuuir-
    aiue arad initlal've, and what's
    more, Inj certain specialised work
    they did better than men. It is
    certain Khat women will never
    return to the secluded domest'ci-
    ty of their grandmothers.
    Yet m peace time a woman's
    natural share of life's work is do-
    mestic, and it is on the woman
    that the Job of running the house
    | uD
    Never has her task been haid-
    et one than it is to-day, and she
    Unds that n tackling it ; he Pgadl
    every bit of the courage and en-
    v funded of
    her during the war. She encoun-
    ters difficulties and problems un-
    known io her grandmothers time,
    and as she fights her way aftviosi
    the cost of living, red-tape, and
    the exafpcratfng result of con-
    trols, she cannot help wondering,
    if, as during the war. women
    might not be able *> n. .ke a U-i
    ter job of some things In Barba-
    dos to-day.
    The cost of living rises higher
    and higher and, while she has
    ; more money with which to run
    I the house than ever befoie. yet,
    | to her dismay she finds that Its
    I purchasing power is less than
    , half what il waa formerly. And
    | Ibis not for luxuries, but for the
    ' plain honeet-to-goodncsa food
    th.it a healthy husband and hun-
    gry children expect to find on tho
    i able

    BATH AND TOILET SOAPS
    r a B You will enjoy the luxury of uting
    .-**-.. thnr r*ouuiiHy perfumed toap^
    Had she even unlimited
    she cannot llnd the essential foods
    lo buy. Meat, fish, and salted
    meats are In erratic supply, and
    he never knows when she ma'y
    hear that there are none to b
    purchased, and this situation ma\
    continue for weeks, or month*.
    Yams, eddtM-.s. sweet potatoes
    ore non existent, and even lice,
    lias almost disappeared. There
    when ,,he cannot gel
    thair, and onions, and butter, like
    the seasons, come and go
    Grcciib .ire wBOVe the price of the
    average purse, and while they
    are healthy, they hardly fill a
    hungry family Yet the groceries
    are full of turned luxury goods,
    Vweut h scull; tinned trU IU
    hama, Pato-de-fois-gras and cock-
    Utll foods of every kind' And. us
    her hungiy children ask fur food,
    shp cannot help wondering why
    such things are import*^ when
    Hie necessitlOH arc in such short
    supply. Are the quotas misman-
    aged'.' And why seven >
    i
    controls and red^bUM on every
    aide, measure which an i
    cessary in a war. but which were
    never meant for peace'
    All this Mrs Hn*eife pun-
    riels over, for she is no fool.
    But this Uj not all ln.it ttiv
    liningwlla has to endure. T*ie
    huckster*, who used to be
    her goodnature) friends, nave
    turned sour, and taking advan-
    ire of the oarolty, use (1 m an
    excuse for rudeness, nnd a d;s-
    play of "show-off" authority
    which presumably gives them
    some satisfaction, but which only
    adds to the dimcuitici. and irrita-
    tion of the buyor. The qualities of
    common politeness and respect.
    with the personal dignity with
    which the exercise of these quali-
    ties endows on those who exercise
    them are gone, and their place la
    usurped by a shameless rudeness
    unknown in this island before.
    This, and a "take what I say, or
    go without" atUtude Is what the
    housewife encounters as with her
    heavy basket, she fights to find
    little food at the various market-
    Phone
    you
    te that best:
    KILL KM ALL. U'l MHHU
    M. Mil 1 XI AND IW 1 \l.l
    ll -ctieidal
    1 >imroii Monte St Son
    ,n pint
    as Mel I
    Ml I l ROW has n.
    ideal for
    mdoors an i out Kill I
    K -xt suggestion
    >eu miv like to make
    '>l t nkiMl.1.11 CAIJ^H
    I IVBI sIRIOIN MHIl
    \l \lx |IRI
    . and many more
    Ft aieeda) Menu at the
    in Marhill St
    restaurant
    .11 Room,
    I'ar and Snacketta t:pen from
    :- a in on. the ARLINGTON has
    provi I popular for As-'
    hi- and m.inj nn re
    in atated Bet this new,
    centre Dial iT3o and come on
    along'
    SIIA1IM, till I'Hdllls
    oMthod o- oela-
    ) rating an anni%*ersaiy th.n to
    (rulk champagne think you
    | th,- N I WILSON & Co.'s
    rroS Aiimvers.iry in Uctober,
    OCTOUER, when
    rc'U be lamboree) <>t good
    .iiidHiK aavani
    nd Anvark an ineechan-
    and wondertul
    .1 n !' nii-s,d
    . *aogaegall
    HNS/ III1N/. N IMIIIi
    M KIMls. hlMls Hid space
    Tre^luce 17
    all SOUPS! Distributed
    I v J. A Mai son & Son Ihal tar-
    nelf Kirst in quality. lOpa u.
    hH every family's
    fa every occasion
    NOI ism BOWS ..r.
    ii ii i-veryonc superior OB
    nt And if that doesn't
    , nvince you. nothing will
    I ilrranirii of a hra
    tailh firm MBMIi .
    toms
    ' I IPI-nlu'lU- . .
    mg centres
    And remember, her job Ig i
    one -he can leave at the office at
    4 pm. or forget for a quiet week-
    end, Her wont i recurrent and
    iever ending, for breakfast
    lunch, tea and dinner corm
    aruund ear' lay with the regu-
    larity of fte i-ing auu. ami muM
    ! coped with. Families expect
    meals to tie produced, no mallei
    what.
    And MantUM, as she reads im
    daily paper, she CaWWt help not-
    ing the warnings given (>> lhea>
    i uoighted thinking people-, who
    having no axe lo grind, Bjrg COD
    omul only for the general wel-
    * i -.f the Hland.
    Warmnjgs as to the cost ol
    landed noods. highei in ltarl"d>s
    thitn any ontvr vf.l. Island, and
    this she knows, help* lo make
    . it .1' she lias to buy more
    -si.nslve. Warnings that this
    hdrnd I* be ng left iwiund othei
    n i-ii .inicnities to
    I. ih te ir idr nil i Ih. |
    w : i Harbour, I lilt eg for the
    bulk loading of sugar, en*
    ment and praebeal help ba Howl
    accon, modal ion for Tom
    courage merit for foreign capital
    All this and more Mrs Houso-
    fg m las, for. as has been said
    heruii', she Is no fool, and -he
    i well thnt Ihe neglect
    v irnlngs will reflect on
    her daiU life to make It even
    harder.
    She knowi that iniMiioas freed
    (1f -i iseb- eontrol.s. an.) left In
    the i ipabh- hands of the business
    men of tii s Island would serve
    condition! That guvagiatueni li
    the hands of those meustomed to
    govern, and who would serve
    their country for the honour of
    crvlng .mil without remunera-
    tion would pull us out of the
    muddle and ''little man" attitude
    nf the present day.
    There Is no shortage of food
    In the supply countries, why then
    is ItarUnkiS In the throes or prac-
    tlea] Btai nation?
    Why. Mrs. Housewife sks,
    WHY?

    ofqate's
    NEW
    TWICE AS ECONOMICAL AS SOAP
    VWSshG9
    ey.erL|thi
    FAR SAVKh YOtJ
    MOHKi
    In hard water much
    soap is wasted as
    scum FAB forma no
    wastel '. soap scum.
    Bverv urilcle of FAB
    goes to make active
    cleansing soda
    by BOLRJOIS
    r'AB GIVES LONGER
    Lin TO CXOTBES
    Bocau* FAB Soak;,
    clothes clean without
    hard iTubbtng FAB-
    pnuted eloibea give
    :onger wear stev
    freeti looking.
    FAB HAVES YOU
    TIME AMI WORK
    No Deed to boll.
    uieacb, blue, scrub or
    rlnae with FAB FAB
    soeju even heaviest
    work clothes clean in
    half an hour
    FAB
    UNI>
    U
    TO
    MILI*
    HANDS
    ; af is sale for dalot-
    t fabrics, easy on
    ui hands FAB
    *wta- everything
    nc.ilng fragranl.v
    MB
    iui fomiiK hOUOl nhWUall LrrsTK* ) '
    unalBNQ I "i *al lal.ulk.oloo.nl aau4.i.\MiM. hair < UtAM
    FAB WASHFS EVERYTHING BRIGHTER, WHITER.
    HOH*41UU( U>UI
    GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION
    CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & H IGHER SCH CERT
    a o-i'.'r oh''','.c'fVuAi Iw. "iJ atta
    m- Jiitlaiimr 1. I oivi IW (tradiui. TiMo>* '2.UU)
    MixMiaia >. io-1 iu rran*"n a?i *"
    mCD r*n M.A i i r> nhwi Mrfnlm- mi
    WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD "-"
    We'll soon hai a that better
    Wtlll
    ^"~ ^k i luldirn't Hscidcnii quickly re-
    f^aa/ n> \u ffpaenanaai >) Gen>aenM e*s
    \ .' Jj.' Jrawi out the dm lod stimulates
    ^* tin growth ol new nhiu over
    die damaged 'it Keep no
    imndy tor laouly usr.
    ' n ulai -lit' Man rogenli dsOM
    i- i erveal ol fMUTt. .
    spoki ) i enter nan deahm gi\i*>
    .....lerfol an enhsatioii. If von
    ant a i.-ulh lirm iift.Chan.in-
    ii.*" is lor veejl In roan tavutgai
    fabrica.
    Geaalnc Msidrnlorm Btaaai-
    .ti-amiij'li'ooli igtbel mlej
    "Malr-ol \uieries.
    lii.r,-., maitfen/hrm
    lot mr) ijpp ol ligure.
    FOR
    IPOTS, BRUISES,
    MShES,
    hARUiOMS, Etc
    GHRMOLKNK ' at a i "MORSES
    ^eo? PILLS
    KLIM/S
    putv.
    Kl IM \s\w\" ir.;i-1Ini 10W*l milk, produced
    under fetsictcsi uninU] tonditmns. Yes, and the
    pgciall] p-iUd tin ptfitit\ KI.IM so that you
    ;;i t milk as fine aj ilit >Uy it left the farm. Buy
    K! IM ii'ilk ilt.u aeaj Can alwsv* depend upou Ida
    it\ wholesome nets and |unty!
    KLIM IS PURE. SAFE MILK
    J2j KLIM keeps without refrl9erelea
    [3 KLIM quality is always uarferm
    [4] KLIM Itaicellcnt for orowinqchltdrM
    [T] KLIModds nourishment to cooked dlskes
    [gTj KLIM U recommended for Infant feeding
    [7 KUMiafainthesaeclally-pockee1t*ei
    ; 8 KLIMis produced under strictest central
    Take pur* waier. add KLUA,
    ind fou ha>e pore, lafe milk
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    * TRUSTED IfMEOT
    ^rOI OVER SI TUtJ
    ! BEWAREofwormsi
    I Mum lbnua ..1,1 Bnd ,.-,! altk* 11*
    I .- ,-,. Iu...l W j..,-ll ..III. (i-
    I MMJe'a Worm IM'"I. M*l. Iv Um
    I omSwiuII'i Mi r.....IW] M
    A*#-iVW/.V,V#V/,W/^V-
    JUST liHUVHi
    rorraas asthma bbmfuy
    imANtia ntrr msrNit
    UVONAL
    MORI II K MM tri MII.K
    11 ftlwai
    111 1 IK- Runs iiiuiiih
    kaolin ronra
    C. CARLTON BROWNE
    WbalMale Retail
    DraggM
    1S Roebeek St. D*al Ulg v
    KLIM
    aare seft
    MILK
    BUT IN rilMIINCI THI WOULD OVII
    WHERE PAIN
    ASSAILS...
    SACROOL
    PREVAILS
    I KNIGHTS LTD. |
    5T-VDAY srrtrMnrR 28. 132
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    PACE SEVEN


    PAGI i ii.in
    SCUD \S M)\oi v 11
    Sl'NDA. M I'll MBKH . IMS
    VNjP^affk AD\Or,,\TI:
    l-TlaUS hi i*a *J-
    .If < 114 IHN4
    1W2
    SunHav September 2S.
    HiniKS
    TIU winch can be disliib-
    uted air the riches which have
    produced. Tins cornerstone of modus i
    fleeted willi p<-i 1! hy .u,\ lummu-
    mly. Ii Is bii.su- to the dJacUMtoa <>(
    national wealth but its algnttcaiice
    vital to small laUnda In which Uvi hun-
    dreds of thousands who have been taught
    to expect Improvement! in living stand-
    .mis.
    It may be politically profitable to thus.
    who yam by such propaganda to state that
    the evils of property, tnal-distribution of
    riches and inequalities of opportunity are
    due to the N I pbo have selfishly
    sought their own nKH>'andLsemont by un-
    derpayment of their employees.
    But such statements are not supported
    by economic laws.
    The exponents of laisseft-fairc, the lib-
    eral economists do in fact err by paying
    loo little heed to the natural acquisitive-
    ness and creed of individuals and their
    contention that it you leave everything
    open to free enterprise, everyone will
    have fair shares is not justified by the
    experience of laissez-faire periods in his-
    tory. But with all its faults the svstem
    of competition in trade is (he only real
    stimulus- U progress and to an increase of
    nches for distribution. Competition is
    essential to remove Lsjineai and inrllicien-
    cy which increase costs and diminish
    riches. But competition must be protect-
    ed from developing into abuse. Tins i
    beat achieved by legislation and associa-
    tion. The State exists to protect the
    individual. Its legislative functions must
    therefore be employed to guarantee pri-
    vate right! and to preserve the sense of
    justice and honesty in society. The Slate
    does not exist, as so many IgnONtlt per-
    sons claim, to carry out the will Of a mob.
    Tts tirst duty is to protect persons and W
    guarantee the rfgMl of the individual.
    But the stale can actively assist trade
    and enterprise by lending i's 00-Operatftof]
    The state it has been said (and experi
    ence proves it) is a bad entrepreneur but
    it can help enterprise in a number ot
    ways
    In highly industrialised countries the
    State employs departments of commerce
    equipped with ministers, collects statis-
    tics and attaches consular or trad* raprt
    sentatives to other countries solely 1 I
    promote the interest of its own trader
    The formation of the Regional Economic-
    Committee and the opening of a Trad-
    Commissioners Service in London by the
    British Caribbean Governments provide
    an instance ot local governments' realisa-
    tion of fmV'hcetf "to advance the trading
    Interests of their own citizens. Yet despite
    efforts of regional action and despite at-
    tempts, in varying degrees of earnestness
    by individual British Caribbean govern-
    ments to take action specifically aimed at
    promoting the production of riches in
    their own territories, there still regrettably
    exists among representatives of some po-
    litical parties a feeling of antagonism to-
    wards those citizens who are engaged in
    trade. This antagonism is supported in
    some islands by a section of intellectuals
    whose educational background has taught
    them to despise persons engaged in trade
    in pale imitation of English traditions In
    this respect.
    Fundamentally this anti-commerce atli
    tude is more dangerous to the future v all
    being of British Caribbean society than
    the activity of Marxist schoolteachers oi
    propagandists of nationalisation or ex-
    treme socialism. The West Indian peoples
    may be said to share one character! ti
    In common irrespective of their national
    origins. They are all essentially individ
    ualists and they cannot easily be regi-
    mented in consequence. But because of
    their different racial origins they can
    easily be incited to display antipathies to
    associations of fellow citizens who dtffei
    from themselves as to status, occupation
    or even pigmentation.
    Everyone in Barbados knows how these
    divergencies have been exploited bj a I
    soits of people ' the detriment of Barba-
    dian unity.
    Indeed the very slogan "unity is
    strength" has been used by one political
    party as a rallying cry against'a class ot
    persons s/metimcs labelled "merchants"
    and sometimes labelled "SOO year old re-
    actionaries
    The damage which has been done to the
    economic health of this island in conse-
    quence cannot fully be appreciated by
    this generation. But every day that peases
    without an effort being made to inform Un-
    people as to the real economic laws which
    Warn a nation's prosperity ll adding to
    that damage.
    Every country in the world today ll
    faced with the Stem necessity of obtain-
    ing greater production r*f riches so that
    they can be distributed among pi
    who are l
    Highly industrialised countries like the
    TJnlted Kingdom are being sabotaged by
    highly paid workers who are prcpa-
    rlflce not only their own mm..
    counti\ pro parity but the prosperity of
    the British dependent Empire bj selfishly
    time
    British manatactorer? cannot cam-
    pete against lower-priced Japanese-and- "
    German product!, Compared with the
    i; the .
    problem* oi Barbados seem quite trivial.
    but to the persons who depend on thai
    island's prosperity for their livelihood
    our needs are of primary importance lo
    ourselves.
    That is why so much anxiety is fejt by
    those who have studied the economic
    problem* of Barbados (which IB so small
    an islam! are not UK difficult to assess)
    free from the animosity and prejudice ex-
    perienced by those who seek to win poli-
    tical popularity by easy promises.
    These individuals have concluded that
    too many promises have been top lightly
    made by those who cannot perform them
    and who are recommending policies.
    which if implemented will further aggra-
    vate the serious economic conditions
    winch threaten. To further expand the
    business activities of the State in the mis-
    taken view that this will add one cent to
    national riches would be criminal folly
    since the State already is faced with a
    Bill for the upkeep of social services
    which bear hardly on the community of
    direct add indirect taxpayers. The State's
    anidSty ought to be always, after the pi
    faction oi the individual and his rights, to
    promote a policy of production which will
    [tad to an expansion of riches.
    A policy Of production can only '*
    effective U it aimj at encmwagjlng pv '
    initiative.
    State intervention other than for tn
    protection of the individual from abu,-;s
    will decrease not add to the riches avail-
    able for distribution.
    Sitting On The Fence
    IITMII.E tflUNht) correapood-
    ** i art giving us some
    good huIHJav reading, v
    Morale guided mlssilo
    thai will travel half way round
    the world, there is n girl "in Eng-
    land worrying; about tea-time
    etiquette.

    i is a meal which
    A l.irl With a Problem
    .... and to the Re\< in-
    come*
    N. GUBBINS
    \ I | LANB. the til
    actress,
    - Spain, has coSa-i
    ,1 *h< n K,.t..BjH are
    making pass at a Sir', the* sa
    silly things like "If you were lo
    Atlantic Ihe water would
    melt away."
    Anv Spaniards talking n^.k.n.!
    ... . '!" n
    faiatiah strl mold soon
    (US IllOUlli
    lure of U-a. cream, and pastr>.
    ,. Msd poors the lot down her new
    presents many soul] problem* lowered summer rrock and over
    uHitM knife wheth- th* hn- a"11-' '',l1
    it to raise the lea cup by itself
    nf with ihe saucer held beneath Th ,turd bappy vulgarian.
    and the correct way to deal with who would be equally unselfeon-
    scones and creamy ca'tes and scious in Tooting or In Bucking-
    pastriM rn Palace, sucks her tea noisily
    >ut of her saucer while her mouth
    Well, dear, lets drop every- is crammed with buns, buttered
    thing lo consider your problem, scon'. and creamy rakes.
    We will assume that tea h.< Y,lU niusl decide for yourself
    hern provided for three guest. sir- wtstcb Is the correct tea-lime SB-
    ing on the edges of the best chairs quUe and which of the three will
    hehind lace curtains in a dear be invited to Tooting again before
    little house In Tooting, S W an atomic guided missile, fired
    from China, knocks the tea cup
    The first with the easy assur- out of your hand.
    ince of one who knows her drllt. ... n_ ,_.
    the handle of the tea cup Meet I>r. Hlitnt
    ^{Si5^2^"^s~
    her knee, drinks noise- 4" to l"n*
    lessly and replaces the cup In the litw I***"7
    saucer without spilling a drop "f M awfully woi rled about m>
    When the rake stand is brought *- husband." said Mrs. .Fussy- ""I("y,iu dQ#1i out of here th
    round, she take a plate, a tea breeches, when she called on out- m,nul0 youll be'paying a tine f.
    and a lea fork, se'ects spoken Dr. Blunt. insulting behaviour,
    a scone or a bun .or a creamy "What'$ wrong u-ilh him note?"
    cake. Before the rationed butter asked the doctor.
    is whirled out of her reach, ahe "He feels sick after meals," said
    manages to get a large lump of Mrs_ Fussybreeehes
    that too. "Then don t give him any. said
    Dr. Blunt.
    Thifc clever, Mlf-assurcd woman "But ho has gone as yellow as a
    he plate on her dandelion, doctor. Do you think
    other knee, sail the bun by hold- he- has taundl
    niK it in her hand and taking dell- "Eifrwrr thai or he has turned
    can little hiles, or splits and but- into a Japan,-*-." said Dr Blunt
    tffs the sroiu* with her tea knife,
    i ruts small, easily negotiated "What causes jaundice doctor^"----------
    f creamy cake with her "/y vou u*ant lo know thingt ered very smart in
    ira fork uke thai." said Dr. Blunt, "u-hy This remind;
    whei
    ..nun*
    from
    nraat'i that you said about the
    Atl.mli,
    / aav *f you rwat Atimmic
    if i,-ill "tell away.
    Bui I am not going to iwim the
    Atlantic.
    I wan cc/.
    Water doeanl melt away. It
    evaporates.
    H.i K, then. Eewopomle
    Whv should ihe Atlantic evap-
    nrate because I'm in it?
    Because you are to desrraol\
    ;o exoric
    Water evaporates slowly at lo*
    lemperatures and quickly at high
    emperutures. VThal are you get-
    ting at' .
    Getting at* I do "' undersf
    If vou're trying to say I m i
    Dig rafreahing *' *'' 1 H7 *
    but a nasty-mind
    But I am papi
    ment.
    Atlanta
    Swim It, you'n
    d little cad
    :? you ze comp
    1933
    I'rirt- H ermltt
    ii < in: si.tiioMiin
    \ouri:
    To Our CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
    we v.ill be closing our
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    THE excellent work whictt is being
    done for children at the Children a
    Museum is known to the schools which
    avail themselves ot the facilities offered
    out deserves greater recognition by the
    public of Barbados. Ten years ago nego-
    tiations began between the Honorary Sec-
    retary of the Barbados Museum and His-
    torical Society and representatives of the
    Comptroller for Development and Wel-
    taie with legaxd to the establishment ot
    a children's museum.
    In March 1944 the Society was inform-
    ed that a scheme had been approved by
    the Secretary t State for the Colonies by
    which 2,100 would be made available to
    the Society through the Development and
    Welfare Organisation. Unfortunately this
    grant had to be paid through the Govern-
    ment of Barbados and had to be super-
    vised by the Director of Education.
    Owing to divergencies of opinion re-
    sulting from Ulil method of allocation
    there STSS little progress made until 1st
    August I94ti when Mrs. Frank Sweet was
    appointed Guide Teacher. Classes on
    map.-: were begun in February 1947 and
    weir attended by groups from eleven
    schools. During the spring term of 194(5
    line thousand children attended 49 classes.
    Mrs, Sweet resigned in September 1949
    i i since the Christmas Term 1949 Mr.
    Neville Ctmnell. M.A., Director and Secre-
    tary ii the Society has filled the position
    <>f Guide Teacher.
    From the beginning lectures at the
    Children*! Museum have been illustrated
    by map... pictures, plans, photographs and
    drawings projected by an epidiascope with
    a daylight screen, especially constructed
    by Mr. Frank Sweet. A film strip machine
    has '''**> been used and full use is made of
    maps, models and specimens in the
    Museum.
    Whenever possible emphasis is laid nn
    Barbados and the background of the
    Caribbean is selected to illustrate the
    teaching. A corollary of this type of in-
    struction is the encouragement given to
    children to collect their own specinu as
    and to make sketch maps, diagrams and
    drawings. The subject matter of talks is
    varied The Guide Teacher has spoken
    among other subjects on Arawak Indians
    In Barbados, The Story of the Caribbean,
    The Coral Reef, Some Insects which
    Attack Man, How Plants Live, Life
    through the Ages, Greece and the Roman
    Empire.
    From the summer term 1949 to the
    Easter Term 1952 there have been 9,199
    attendances and 2,349 children have been
    attended each of four classes. Since June
    1952, eight models have been purchased
    out of an unspent balance of the grant
    from Development and Welfare. Imported
    from Great Britain they illustrate the De-
    u lopment of the Wheel, the development
    of Bridges, the development, of ships,.a .
    Coral island, the House Fly with c^g* ''",
    Larvae, the Bug. the Body Louse and Its
    the Was and an anatomical chart >i
    the Human Body Five prehistoric ^n-
    muU have also been obtained and will t>-
    exhibited in a Diorama showing the v< \<-
    taiimi of their age. All of these and a
    valuable contour map of Barbados are in
    he on permanent exhibit and ought to '
    visited regularly by all school children.
    Other models diagrams and charts will be
    added whenever funds can be spared.
    Thiv very brief account of the growth
    from an idea in 1942 to the reality of
    achievement ten years later ought to en-
    courage the schools of Barbados to make
    full use of the facilities provided at the
    Children's Museum and it is flitting that
    the community should recognise and ack-
    nowledge their debt to those whose vision,
    perseverance and ability have raised tl:e
    Children's Museum to the high standards
    it has already attained. As an integral
    part oi' the Barbados Museum and Histori-
    cal Society the needs of the Children's
    Museum are no less than those of the
    parent organisation.
    As many parents therefoie of school-
    children who can afford the very modest
    subscription required by this excellent
    cultural society annuallv ought to become
    members and directly support an institu-
    tion which is co-operating with the gov-
    : .out authorities to widen the SCOpp of
    edu ible In Barbados.
    Colonel's Rash A-J
    'Tbe woman with a ver.
    pink, flushed complexio
    nmtit a greenish or mauv
    Sawder."From aomt hraur
    '"" A ^
    T^HE sjiiic may be sSsa '
    tired colonels Green puwiK-i
    liberally applied to th* nnso i
    (ore tiffin gives It a faintly lumin-
    ous appesranc*, which Is cousin-1
    utters nrclai
    of a stor> !
    don'l unu ilf for a medical'dearer which I "have just invented mySSU
    Tho wrond, who is obviously a and find out for yourself?" f colonel whose face chang.i
    neurotic, unsure of her place in But what shall I do doctor?" colour so frequently thai ne <
    Hfts cup and saucer to her -Keep him in bed and give hivi often mistaken for a siop-oo irai-
    mouth with : tumbling hand, plenty of water to drink." nc signal.
    pills half the tea In her saucer, "And nothing to eat?" One evening he steppedI into m.
    nakes a wild, panicky snatch at a "No", said Dr. Blunt, who had middle of the road, and mr iranii
    reamy cake, drops It on the car- had once dined with the Fussy- stopped But before " coull
    pet. tries to rub out the mess with breeches. "A day or tiuo off from reach the opposite Pvem*n,_
    her squeaky new shoes, picks up your filthy cooking will do him face turned green and he
    what is left, puts it In her saucer, good lehether he has faundire or over by a 'bus.
    .hare It becomes a hideous n ix- not.''
    When Is Federal t
    Government Likely ?
    portance of a sense of |Ev ('4riH' lllllll*' *n> "f government reu
    nationality to a federation is * ,J,r*r " c(j Tha, ls lne ht facWr -
    txpUcH in the second cond'.tiun union to l>v appropriate the units Professor Wheare lists as
    which Dr. Strong makes a rcqub- iusi de*e to ue united, but not ,ary for the capacity to v
    iv for federal union. Because to ^ unitary. But whereas Dr. federal government,
    whatever concerns the nation as strong ie whole becomes the responsibility UIyCeed5 with descriptions ot race, language, religion
    !,.aU!^r.l!; W.^ tS, ixistuig federal types of govern- tionallt:
    ment Professor Wheare msists the
    that unite
    federal;
    0l
    nn-
    ... Bui where will we find
    -v .n the British Caribbean?
    Oetln Next, the factor which produces
    S? .nult0ty abi? to a x T->al -/-,;:
    "l*"1* " iariy poiilical institutions. Where
    So he listed some of the factors Hre we going to (Ind this simllar-
    which ought to bo present before itv in irfie British Caribbean,
    states can be said lo have the And what of the tacW*v
    desire and capacity to form a give ihe rapaci y to rema n d
    federal union. First he UsU lincl and separate? The major -
    of the fedei
    Indtvtdiial units continue to man-
    uge their own local affairs.
    This division of power, says Dr.
    Strong. If the essential character-
    i>lic t^f tin- federal slate.
    Profwaur Wheare who agrees
    Ubatantialb with Ur. Strong lhat
    the aiark of .- federal government
    is lo !* found whenever there is
    division of powers between
    (hat -fcde.al govcriunenl -Tnot felt in the British CaribU-an. .1 ^dt._\ ^Vn-nen toge-hi
    Dd tverjrWBare good gov- ll taken for granted that the ri' >" "?." -i "
    eminent. It Ig wily at the most United Kingdom or Canada wit' ^..prnmenual
    a means to good government, not protect us. A desire to be indc- *
    good Ul i' if' pendent of foreign powers wl'
    And he proceeds to consider hardly exist until a sense
    hen radercl government is ap- ftat,OI1ality Is achieved and itw 5^^-jp^e^rWheare -ot the*
    lis UnfiVv desire W,Sh fr indePcndcncC "' " who feme and work h ,
    immunities. Unless they desire be under a single imlependent d Jt uwd lo ^ , ,,K, ^ 'ft be ,oo large and equalh
    "','ir!hehauesKlPoredera f* Eu"^n ~S*- "! r,8hI bSartSnt ISie'JS small"
    govern^ntdoa natsViw It thev now mnkinfi a bld ,V l0rm 1 On the basis ot this warning I
    5re n"lT.reUSl loSttHn Prdcral Euro,*-an Union and can ^ n ^ture only for a fed-
    ;, ,U- i^dem^rnmSt but wan" this initiative towards closer j, mUon m w(lh Jam.ui *,
    to control the federal authority soclation for strength n typical unll> Trinidad Tobago and
    Ihej ought to consider whether <>' a world in which sovereign inward and Windwards
    an alliance, a league or a confed- Independence means les^ and less 0iher. and Barbados and British
    eraUon is not more appropriate to (is the scientists discover more Guiana a third. Any other com-
    them. This datum of Professor and more frightful wenpons w lunations would I am convinced
    Wheare, a recognised expert on destruction. violate the federal principle and
    federal government, is especially _,,.._ ,. lead to the impasse foreseen by
    /,! in view of Head 5 of The units of Ihe BrMisn Canb- John Stuarl yi\\\ 0f o n e being
    the Interim Report of the Select bean are all parts ot the same masler ,. two being Irresistible.
    Cotnmlltee of Hie Barbados House Empire and lie In the same geo- The lz(, of a un|t Wl|j pe tl..
    of Assembly. graphical neighbourhood but Up^tpj m the number of person^
    The Barbados Committee re- these two factors although lLsted lt can prfKturc w[th a capacit;-
    eODUnand that "Members should bv Professor Wheare as condu- l(, KoVprn.
    be able lo serve in the local leg- cjVP to federal union seem lO Aj,d llnnlly there U UM HUSS-
    jSblturea concurrently with the naV(, !, application to this re- lum f nnance.
    Federal Parliamenir Not even gion tnan ^ ^y Australian uC Uniu must have adequate re-
    L'u.vi.iin-ine went s far as this. lne United State. sources to support the federal and
    In one of his reservations to tho Th( sUngOTt argument in fnv- ri.Kional governments,
    report of the Select Cornrrutlee .1 wr of tcderaX union is the hope -h u not enough" says Pro-
    loih Houses of the Jamaican leg- of ,,!, advantage but it i fesnor Wheare "that the general
    islature Mr. liustamante stipulated nntPU.tihy that the politicians of uovernment should be able to
    b.- mori- expensive than rofljional
    ; alone.
    The size of the units Is as 1
    nentiontd last week of prime Im-
    thc portance. "It must be the task"
    an-
    GorKeous Satin Anejaise is an invi-
    tation to the Bride or to Kvemnij
    Dre^s
    Moire Faille in dancing green, pink,
    blue, fawn, gold and bronze.
    ihal o mi-rabcr ot Ihe UcmI.iturj Bnlljh Cnnl>bMin have shown flnnncc lu.clf: It Is cSKntlol al:
    .., 01 Uh Exocutwe Council of ,!, to BrlLIn'.. con- lhal ihe relonal govenune,
    .aiS.,.,_W!yrSliS!I!fcSlK 53 01 BCish Caribbean trade .,, t, aMo , Ukewl8e.
    during the period of consoltdatinK
    their political vletortes. Will there be sufficient
    If the factors which promote sources to support
    both federal
    Ihe House of Assembly tFederal)
    should be permitted to retain his
    seat as a member of such unlfs
    5Ru'UL^rXUth'rH^nrf deVire" "ror""uniirn '.re not con- and renlonal Bovernment,
    while ii member or the House of ,hl, of ,h. which asks? And the answer he give.
    Av-cn.blv Au- ;>g t .e rlr.,t five P ; t , ,. h ,,. ,. whlch mMt ,iyocaU.f
    tmn of feJer. 1 (oyernmenl ^.Mralc ln ,omc mallcrsf .,f fedetsnon have failed to stress.
    This proposal olthouih contrary sep""" '" some ^ gj" ^ ^ ^^ ^ mMoi
    ZJ2L?tr S ir-'Jl, mhfLw?Ai? 1" generalise about these. He in aml m.tter whether a
    oTThl. I.aiL^'HCoZUo"r '" divergence O. eCOOOUUC ,- federal .^nslltullon Is drawn U,
    But wantiua> to be -und*
    single independent gDV does not necessarily mean v. ant-
    ing to be under a federal go
    cniment. The Soul)
    colonies fbi
    i>c under ;
    lerest. and common subjection to in practice federal governmen'.
    artn not i>^' possible. Boon ttw
    ISiil lie Is emphatic that (liver- regional governments Hi
    Ci'iire .r" nationality could pro- j\,Ut lo perfbrrn their functleni
    duce a il.-ii.' '<> U- separate in or they will J>e.ablo to ftetfecrri
    some things unite unltniR in tii'-m only at the pftce of fuiun-
    others. This Is interesting but clal depeiKienec upon the general
    "\t 7e*o" '"PP,icaDle * *he British Catib- gwemment, that Is at the price
    , ben where divergence of nation- of financial unification.
    (.*anum wanurj o alUv nnt n.veTgenee according It is my contention that even
    aingii inacpenrie'il , UTllU ,(||t ,(lvprt,r,K., within if the British Caribbean gc.ern-
    govemment. wanted that ,, to ,,,,. men,s aJ(rrcd , form ,
    .espreas their sense of nation- Blmilarb -lisMmilantv of social union that the InstlllViency of rr-
    alily but they rejected inde- and political inaUtutions could source* will lead them almo-
    pendeot regional governments not l>e used as an argument in immediately into a unitary torn
    and chose unitary govcrnmer.t ,.t favour of separation ilnce these of government. If the federal
    the centre and subordinate pro- are In state of fiux and rifts government Is financed in the bc-
    vincial governments in the re- exist within the units. If the de- ginning by funds from the Unite.
    Kions or units. I Miv for union exists this will Kingdom Ircasury Ihe process Of
    Both Professor Wheare and provide some guarantee of the unification would be more speed.
    IJr. Strong insist that for federal capacity lo form and work the than otherwise.
    Our Readers Say;
    fffsaeJaaort Ctaeea
    special arrangements for those
    . from other Parishes, the H. Ciat
    Ch,^. m Inspector who see. to the Wo,i
    may know
    not bee
    stuily
    whv
    work for the Schools
    ilted on this matter ,
    Carter would be shewing it>
    have an aptitude
    Tha Dtrectog
    To, The Editor, The Advocate. Committee who^
    S1H,Please allow me space *o vocational training and Techni-
    anquire from Mr. Carter, tha "I educm
    AcUnS Principal of the B.E.T. if I*"' Rep.rt h
    the Director of Education and ...
    cannot find tt possible to adj a in the Waal Indies, such
    Woodwork Class to the prcstnt Jamaica, British Guiana a-id rjjw ea| bpncfiU if" they bcom
    functioning Barbados Evening in- I Technical School in Tnndad fiur8uary apprtntices. and part of
    stitute. we could start a one-s,d-d ,hr ^h)KlVs wnrk co|lld ^ ll(M
    innings until we get the neess- |n ,hr VljrUL,^ mock unking
    We have on the soot the Senior * t,eai i" play from ! Boys from the surrounding lie- This would assist the bovs frjm
    -.ndhe lhed. E ;,h "t..,k' School "n ac"" c"^ll>- " ""
    public how useful he can be
    ting ca
    of o pri
    obtained these boys will da
    chools chiefly thoi
    Palette tinted Taffetas, brocaded and j
    plain, present with Nylon materials n {
    thrilling; colour fiesta.
    Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
    The Better the RUM
    The Better the DRINK
    THERE CAN
    ONLY BE
    ONE BEST
    AND THATS
    GODDARDS
    (.01 Ii BRAID
    .v.io St. Michael. Then wc could make
    PUBLIC SPIRITED.


    \>\\ M I'll Ml U a, |SJ
    HIM.IIIS III llll %t.,\7
    - .1 Mi \ Miviii \it
    Major Stede Bonnet: A
    Gentleman of Barbados
    People Of Barbados (XXV)
    PACF VINT
    Major Stede Bonnet turned pirate.
    H. i described as "a |M '
    of Iti .'.h. living on
    the isLmd of Barbados." Why
    should a m.tn in hi> pnslttOS.
    denly decide to become a b*a>
    canneer'' Perhaps it was boredom,
    in fact Stede Bonnet 1b said to have
    explained that ho adopted the
    black flag because of a "craving
    for excitement and adventure."
    Sail I Barbados in
    the dead of ruiht. in Major head-
    ed his res <{ for Qn Cjtp<- of Vir-
    ginia. Wa ship ,.: sloop
    of ten nuns, carrying a crew of
    | men. whom ho | I
    regular fashion as if he wcrr .
    Illlfl a cruise.
    After plundering several ships,
    hr continued to -ail northward and
    nraotUalb reached Gardiner's
    island, where he went ashore and
    bought provisions as any honest
    trader might have done. Soon
    after leaving* this lslind he ap-
    tured two more ships.
    But never having commanded n
    ship before, Stede Bonnet was
    WVlBI difficulty in deciding who
    should navigate the vessel, since
    he himself knew nothing of this
    important science. However, he
    soon met up with Edward Teach,
    the imtorioiK Bl.ickbeard". who
    was cruising in the area in his
    m-gnlnccnt ship 'Queen Anne's
    Kerenge". and the two pirates
    agreed to Join forces. -A few days
    afterwards" fay, Esquemeling
    "Teach, finding thai Bonnet kne.v
    nothing of a maritime life, with
    tne consent uf his own men, put
    another captain one Richards, to
    sloop, and
    took the Major on board his own
    ship, telling him. that as he had
    not been used lo the fatlgu-
    care of such a post, it would be
    Mfttt f<>r him to decline it and
    live May, at his plea
    a ship as his. where ho would not
    be obliged to perform the neces-
    sary duties of a sea-vovage."
    Great Terror
    The two ship* continued to
    cruise together and pillaged a.
    great number of ships in the Ca-
    ribbean before sailing to Charles-
    ton in Carolina. Lying just out-
    side the harbour thev captured
    four ships coming out of that port
    in two days and "struck great
    terror in the whole province of
    Carolina, having just before l*en
    ted by Vane, another notorious
    pirate" Indeed the people of
    Charleston were so frightened that
    although there were.eight ships in
    port ready for the sea. none would
    i and the commerce of the town
    was totally interrupted.
    Teach then had the insolence to
    send in one of nil ships to demand
    chest of medicines from the
    Governor t>( the Province, thrent-
    ening thai if his men suffered any
    harm ho would hang all the pris-
    oners he had taken and .end their
    (nails lo CM ('< IrfjrnOF The pirales
    walked UM street- openlv while
    the Council Wtl holding | hurried
    lOO of the matter. Those
    gentlemen did not t-ke long to
    deride to fulfil Blackboard's de-
    nial, d'. and the chest, at between
    and lour iumdrad uouiMts,
    was delivered to tin- \
    Soon after this adventure Taaeh
    of the
    ; Proclamation of amnesty.
    Or Stede Bonnet held Out a
    bit longer. PBturQUlSj to his own
    vessel, hut eventually he too sailed
    into Bath Town and put himself
    t the mercy of the King's magls-
    tratcs.
    A Short time after getting his
    royal pardon the Major went to
    , St. Thomas where he accepted a
    By IAJX GALE
    Governor. Sir John Pop.- *' ">". PRIDEA IV
    Kenneasy and his parts wei. ,. this eummodily when it was
    rushing all possible to get the Coi- exported So this sugar p-odu:l,
    hS^.i.K?*0 " "M"*' 0ca than M sugar, war. bang
    .' r-h ". "V *??' *1'" "w '" England al a
    Sr,i^.fTVV '"" competitor
    leading merchants and planter rnu, tm. Barbadian pUl
    ' *"T.rmSL by mal '* with a far worse loss than
    incipation. for the W I

    AnU-Confcdra<

    curable Nathaniel K
    \
    d lui'ied by a uarriMti-at-Uv
    Ml Philip 1. Phillips 5rltian,,Wes
    uecame ai. Anglican parson IV

    s53

    .1 a Dc-


    i! legates to the
    lo Intervie Bute
    lor the Colonies; those mfmbei -
    i e. tin alraadj mi i 111 n d Mi
    Phillips and the Rev llruce Austin.
    The weraL Sh Gran
    vms not idle, for he '
    prtnUng M bed a ne*s-
    i ap . .11 d Th* Barb i Paoj
    and the Wlndwat I bland
    E.arctlc.' which puts tl.
    I.. Q I crtior's party b.forc thc
    "I ll v.
    u.nd Islands.
    At this period then was
    eneeta to the t'niteii
    Kjngd- '
    reantaat of the sugar
    j! lOUIltl s lo I
    - .1' percentage. There
    were many protests from, all tfi**
    )
    the R ryal Co I
    Man* Barl.adi.-n> .-ill
    line
    bundled-
    x srbart -a it:
    i .>: tins price the Bat-
    . .on. god
    lard of living was ex-
    :.
    I
    i lo docUsfea, lor
    - i party i spei tt
    money
    f/hu l plantations.
    : chad
    > .i- wsjri sef
    I3 snail sums were
    offered lor til m; f r Hk BflOS oi
    mik 1 Jual aboni covarad the cost
    if produ "i
    . od mora .e 1,0 ratal
    Imraatatl This an ttsa
    '.io.it Britain was
    Mil the experiment .>(
    it was considered
    suffrage. and only Jtaoso l]tJ, .,, opW1 M markr to .
    products from nil countries, wtlh-
    I || |.i. !i n nii.d duties or boun-
    Ue->. would lead to gem
    penty Tins proved a fallacy' and
    her COtoniai were the sufferers.
    Ibil poUc] of f.:ee trade
    and Its reartion in the OOaOBiaS
    love Barbadians, both
    adult
    who were in receipt ol e#m
    salary or were owners of property
    wore entliltd lo vote toff m alac-
    tion of Members of thc House of
    Assembly, therefore, the lowr
    class of woik.rs weia unnpn-
    sented. This elan
    the attitude of the Governor, ' w
    they thought t.:,-t ma Maon Aa ^ ard CoIoured to |cik
    upper class was so much gggingg lllV|ni.nt (|1 ,
    Confederation was that it was for ^
    Major Stade Bonnet nteps out into eternity from the hangman's cart
    with flowers Id bis manacled hands.
    commission as a privateer against
    the Spaniards, and while in this
    are.i ho found seventeen members
    of Blackboard's crew whom Teach
    had marooned on a lonely island,
    and rescued them.
    Later, while off the Virginia
    Capes, the Major fell in with u
    vessel from which he took twelve
    barrels of pork and a large quan-
    tity of Hour, leaving !n exchange
    tall k of riot and Bn old cable,
    i Mo 10 finish stocking his
    lardaf 1 few days later when he
    caplured a ship carrying rum, and
    1 asks as well as
    ofher items in the cargo that took
    his fancy.
    After this mild beginning Major
    Stede Bonnet resumed his piratical
    acUvltaaa, changing; his name to
    and then to Thomas. He
    had .1 "ciood season", pillaging
    many ships and collecting a great
    Ion of wealth.
    But when th pirates reached
    (ape Fear River their strip de-
    ft- had leak and they had
    to haul her up for repairs. Final-
    ly refitted, she sailed out only to
    meet two vessels which had been
    sent after her by the CounolJ of.
    South Carolina. After a terrific
    battle the pirales had to surrender
    and, manatlod, thev ... made
    prisoners below deck.
    Bonnet Ksrnpes
    Major Stede Bonnet and a pi-
    rate railed Herriot managed to
    however, hut the other
    Of the crl H wen taken
    to Charleston and tried fot Piracy
    on the high sens Of the twenty-
    six (males onh [our \<,cre freed
    while the others were sentenced
    to be hanged.
    In the meantime a Col. Rhet,
    spurred on by si reward of seven
    hundred pounds offered for the
    Major's cap'ure, was searching for
    Bonnet and Herriot Late one
    afternoon he found their hiding-
    place and killing Herriot on the
    spot he brought Stede Bonnet
    back to Charleston lo face trial.
    The trial caused quite a stir,
    for the Major was unlike any
    other buccaneer that had ever
    stood trial in that city. To quote
    from Judge Nicholas Trott s final
    speech:
    "You being a Gentleman that
    have had the Advantages of 11
    Liberal Education, and being r.cn-
    erallv esteemed a Man of Letters,
    1 believe It will be needless for
    me to explain to you the nature
    of Repentance and Faith in
    Christ. .
    "And therefore having now dis-
    charged my duty to you as a Chris-
    tian, by giving you the best Coun-
    sel I can with respect to the Sal-
    vation of your Soul. I must now
    do my office as a Judge
    The S'ntence that the Ijiw
    hath appointed to pass upon you
    for your offences, and whuh this
    Court doth therefore award. Is
    That >u Utr nald SUde Boti-
    net shall go from hence to the
    Place from whence you c and from thence to the Place
    of Execution BWtt you shall
    be hanged by the Neck 'til you
    are I>ead And ma* the God ol
    Inflnlt- Merc> be merciful on to
    year soul."
    So that was the end of MftJOT
    Btodn Bonnet, the gentleman of
    Barbadoes who chose to satisfy
    his craving for adventure on
    hoard a slocp flying the Jolly
    Roger.
    ger countries.
    .rtoueandl emigrated to the differ-
    benelt of Ihem the unrep.e .s sented clas>. Somehow the, got ,^,waJly ,h(1 ,,nltrd StBte, of
    the unpi. -.er Con- Ami.ll, K..lUll.atelv at this
    federation the land would be |H.ll divided amongst them, and that ,,.mii l1)|l.rtkt.lli lhis WM [he
    the bustommera wen ix-sisUng constructkei of the Panama Canal,
    ^i8.oJJ"s. a,l,ude l^ ,to lb*J*** and ihousa.Mis of Barbadians
    of 1876. At this period there were found emplovment of different
    regular soldiers stationed at Bar- periods In the construction of this,
    bados. and the Regiment was n ^ claimed that without Uie
    called out to suppress this dis- Negro labourers this Canal would
    lurbance. which anH COrtned 10 never have leen completed. Manv
    looting alone. This riot 1- con of t| ese Harlwdian. have returned
    monly called the Confoierauon (to their native land within re-
    Riot.' hence the origin of th cenl years.
    Local ng Those- who emigrated worked
    disturbance or riot. hard and remitted monev to their
    Barbados wai torturutte m families] here. ,hich helped to
    havlni fo OEM Of sOsU the ,.(,M. me stundard of living of
    brilliant Com ad Reeve Negro IBOM who were fortunate enough
    who from a humble beginning t,, receive assistance from their
    tfiad risen lo becom- solicitor (oiineetions abroad The money-
    Oenerel In i"4. So a>. to i>e able ordoj hiislaessi between the Canal
    to serve the Island and to be free Zone and Barbados started in
    to act us he thought lit In -mfi. and the amounts
    1 Assembly without hav- paid nt the General Post Office a|
    big any official intervention, he Bridgetown betweeti thai time end
    resigned this |xt ilion during 'his mm amounted to 245.341 10 2
    crisis. It was Reeves who advo- il'
    rated the formation of the Execu- The Census Of April 1911 bear.
    live Council in 1876. hut this took out the fact of thli heavy emkgra-
    Fl to eOsM Into effect and Uon which took place between
    p it -f tti.' cooetttuttori 1801 and in The figure* reveal
    Mine th.it dale The general pub- Mint the It'll Census was 10.323
    lie eppri 1 .imi i war than the flgure of
    expressed this I" presenting him 1HM1 Bach CetssUI prior lo 1911
    with a puns of one thouaand bad shown an increase ovei the
    Kiimaas in 1877. He later became piaceadJng one. thus taking the
    Chief Justice of BarbedKN and Rgure Of II.502 at the average
    was subsequently KnigMe*] by'.' biereeae from lHSI t.> 1891
    C^liecn VI III twenty v..i |..iiU. ami artrt-
    W01M production of can* toga* * the deftrtl "f 10^11 from the
    was on the Increase, and Ihefa ""' Census), this nmken a rough
    .....tenl rival or total of 21.915 person* Ih'Iow what
    this commodity In Hie for.n of it ahouU have bean, sbafafore
    II whuh was lietng pro- this is u tough hguie ,,f the iiiini-
    duoad in lame commercial quai I Baroadlani nrho .sought 1
    titles by the taropeaii eountrle bettai way of Ufa In othei coun-
    ity the (loae of the nineteenth Iriee,
    century Austria and Qei rumy The ystem of education in Ins
    ran producing nsarlj ihre" Wand had paduall) evolved
    million tons of this mstwhi "i pnm the elemetitarj n fiools
    The different governmenu of ftlunded by Bishop ColeridgOi
    Europe were subsidi-nng tin pro- which wore run by the I
    duct, and the growers and menu- end received donations from |ba
    racturen wi. kuivi'i: 1- in SI'CK. in F.ngiand -- and the
    numerous small private schools,
    lo the present day standard. This
    'lelmtngl;.

    1
    on the principle- of Um
    (reeks and divides the human
    rJaesse. Firstly,
    upenor intelligence or
    .. iirtb are
    10 a position of command
    and secomiiy th%e of inferior in-
    latsecl "i km iui ,

    ocittnally designed for
    ihe aoveraang elasa, so it n* leu
    to a sociei> of tducated cowureg
    psopls who are separated from
    thi'ir own people by a tremendous
    etal uit
    During the Hrsi World W >
    peonee af Itailudos tasted Ihe
    fnnt of priispenty for the first
    .iii. but this did
    not last long, for within a decade
    wide slump was again
    OH, and plantations whuh bad
    been soto Bm rnall *artunss 'i.
    thrown back on their former
    SBBUBS the buyers
    were unable to meet the balance
    duo. The business places of
    Bridgetown were crippled by this
    1 unegparaed collapsi
    of the sugar niaiket. and Ihe
    angola Island was on thc VStflS 04
    ruin, so ihe working class of Bar-
    bados was bsM k in USB -ame posi-
    tion 11 was in pre-war days. Ntau>
    writers visited Barbados during
    ftbSJ late twenties and eail'
    ihiriies of this century and re-
    eecded Usett impressions. All arc
    1 In their agreement
    thai tho^e of the -oioured met
    who had rei-eiveil a higher edu-
    I 1
    the.1 elkosen isiMJaesateis, while
    ihose w*io had not received
    higher education but had more
    understanding than the majortt>
    of workers, had acquired a high-
    er degree of proficiency and had
    rien lo be foremen of then
    chosen trade*, peasant proprietor*,
    mechanics, engineers, sailors, and
    policemen But the striking part
    of these visitors was the pathetic
    condition of the Negro of mediocre
    intelligence who had remained at
    Ihe bottom of the social ladder.
    f<>: Ibg) and their families Spate
    in the starving condition. The
    numerous beggars on the streets
    was also largely commented on b>
    these visitors.
    What a difference to that
    recorded by Pere Labat during
    the days of slavery; for fie states
    that the Negro was proud. He re-
    lates about Ins Negro boy, thai
    the slightest word of COttlenipl
    was nsOTO painful to hmi than If
    ho had been .kinmd alive. And
    fui flier for hint to bo called
    poor negro boy drove him I>
    despair. He adds that this bo>
    tool MM liberty of telling him
    thai only Ihe Whites were poor.
    and that no Negro ever begged
    for alms, for they had too imnli
    heart for that Slaver* ------1,
    panted srith Its concornltant evils
    could not break Ihe pioud >phil
    of the Negroes brought from
    Africa, but one hundred aaaff
    1 f freedom and neglet t had
    humbled Miem. for after hlieiat.....
    they and their former masteis
    Wen Ml IO work out their own
    salvation on .1 one staple pioduel.
    ihe va]......f svtucfa was rapid I v
    decUnlng, while the Ifothei Courj
    1 iry lurned a deaf ear to the
    eilew of her children, wbu like
    Hansel and (Jrolrl. were left in
    '' of flnarieial w-n .
    (Th be ConttsrsjetfJ,
    I 'HandlMMik of Barbados.'
    bj K <1 Sliuklei. pnV. 3fi.
    'TRINIDADHERE WE COME'
    g) From pare 2.
    < 1 owd was bubbling over wi'.h
    ixcilcment. devouring (verylhin*
    with their yes to remember it
    detail later on. K
    hear the various argumtntl when
    we were passing the Five Islands
    r.s lo on which the prison was
    -situate). For, having ih n b-.n
    dressed before dawn, we were
    ible to see everything coming in.
    In Trinidad
    We dock-.-d at T.M am in
    Saturday IffJ s ,rt and her
    Pocretary, Hachacl Evelyn srno
    I.ad pr(ceded us. Hon. Audrey
    Jeffers and her neic- QlOtiS
    Gibbs and Mr and Mrs. Alb.-rt
    Moore am mere to meet us
    Is and boys who
    at "Faith House." Santa Crw
    stayed In town for breakfast.
    while the Others ^ent tp tn.'ir
    hvc homes.
    Four of us ttsyed with ipj
    uncle and his family Capl.
    1 rrnond Clarke, a Barbadian who
    1 skipper of the cargo and pa-
    ' ago* plying bw-
    and Tobagjp, Kirat
    thing we did alter unpack in j_jsts
    visit the shopping centre. FrvU-
    rjck, Edward and I
    Streets, Marine Square etc. So gave us much assistance with our Major Knaggs' Zoo, The Ameri-
    ti rrille' I believe we would have show, when he operated the spot- can Base and OoversUnent House
    sells lost our way if we had not light and tried to give us as much Gardens which are not loo fai
    met Jim Marshall Jim is 1 Bar- advertisement as possible in the were visited, but unfortunately.
    badlan who is managing ihe "Guardian". lime did not permit us lo go to
    Trinidad branch cf The Gen."-al San Fernando. Maracas. Mayaro
    Agency Co. (B'dos) Ltd. Hospitality and other places in the country.
    The City
    Port-of-Spain. unlike Bridge-
    town, is so well laid out. the
    Ossd an broad with adequate
    pavement, everything looks sc
    huge and enormous as compared
    with the slow, easy going, quaint
    Bridgetown. Everyone is always
    It gave me an Idea as
    to what New York might be like.
    The Trolli *,ated me.
    although they moved so very
    i.lowly. One Of my friends just
    lived for the -ix cvntj tasdg', It
    was all so new to us.
    Ncwsiiwn
    Victor Hinkson. another Bar-
    badian who is a reporter mi the
    Trui,dad Guardian" took US ofl
    a tour of that building. We met
    V C Mm ray, yet aQothci Barba-
    dian and Miss Smith. .1 lady rc-
    Cheii editorial staff is
    huge, liut Mi.ii they have ... lot
    ol liiouml to cover. Victor also
    Other Barbadians who are re- Then, after u very wonderful
    siding in Trinidad and who help- week in a more wonderful place
    ed to make our stay a pleasant Trinidad, we were forced to come
    one were Mr .and Mrs. Ashmoro liome. time was up. Anywav, we
    Wharton and family. Mr. John consoled ourselves with the fact
    Wlckham and family. Dr. Colin that we had crammed about two
    Tudor. Mr. Willis Bishop and Mr. weeks fete1', as the Trinidadiaiu.
    and Mrs. Erskine Ward. Then of would sny. Into seven days,
    the Trinldadlans. there was
    Bruce I'locope who took over as
    our stage manager and towards
    the end of the tour entertained a
    group of us at his house, Mr
    Alfonso B DeLima also aided us
    by allowing the bookings to h*
    made at his Jewellery store. On
    the whole, we found the Tnm-
    daduuu extreme!, ptsassi ing
    generous ai I maybe mi
    for the fa I thai it USl 1 f the
    troupe, pal I* ilarf) Myself, ara
    just longiiii. foi the daj when we
    can go back.
    Phase* ]ik> I: l\dere, Palm
    Beach" Aiiuatlev.luli BaM Basin
    Rodney''To Arrive
    Monday Morning
    The Lagy Rodney which was
    scheduled to arrive on Tuesday
    Is now arriving at day-break on
    M md.v.
    This vessel is sailing from H.,l-
    uh Guiana, Trinidad, Grenada
    and St. Vincent, with cargo and
    passengers ll is due to sail latci
    in the week for Canada via th.
    Nor'hern Islands.
    Local agents ate Messrs O.r.
    diner, Austin A Co. Ltd l>
    carries a crew of 124. and -
    under the command of Captain
    A I* Blanc.
    "DIGENE"
    MADE BY BOOTS
    FOR INDIGESTION
    PfcMh St-k Junl !(
    RalMva Pain
    fort l{< mm.-. Tcixii Kii -
    mi-ntn anil wgtom Apprdlr
    Cornell At idllv.
    ITlr, l/tt r.rh
    lK>
    in I' 1 IMIO ANT TAPl
    54(. Each
    I 11 11 11 IIIVKH
    I/- 1... Ii
    BUTE WEATHERIIFAD
    LTD.
    Hi cud Stiw-1
    HARRISON'S
    BROAD ST.
    OKI At
    IVI'KOVKI) SYNTHETIC CHAMOIS LEATHERS ARE HERE AGAIN
    \1 THE SAME OLD PRICK - -
    2^* 84 Cent* Each ^vl
    1 h* O RI A C "
    DOES NOT BECOME SUMY
    DOES NOT BECOME STIFF WHEN DRY
    IS SOFT. SMOOTH, AND PLIABLE WHEN WET
    LASTS LONCKK AND BECOMES EVEN BETTER IN USE
    IMI M, I OK POLISHING MOTOR CARS. WINDOWS, GLASSWARE,
    CLI.ANI.NG HOI SI.IIOI.I) PAINT WORK Elc.
    WE RECOMMEND "ORIAC" WITH EVERY CONFIDENCE
    HARRISON'S
    Hardware Department
    Dial 2364 or 3142
    ' Jfm J-H ia mud
    CAVE
    SHEPHERD
    & CO.. LTD.
    Jen ihe IMs Jeai'
    DIADEM
    SHOES
    FOR CHILDREN
    "DIADEM" SHOES Ic.r Children in While Buck.
    I'.l.n I. Palrnl. Hnmn Call
    Sizr range includes I i, 710, III
    Priced Ircini $5.77 lo $7.74
    CHILDREN SLIPPERS
    Also an attractive assortment of ( hi Id re ns' SLIPPBM
    in Red iind White. Blue and White
    Sizes -.in S2.A9 pair
    Also Blue sizes II1 ra $2.43 pair
    Th* sacrtt Of a luptrb
    flavour *ith Ash
    I
    * Call u mile h-
    by U.lin* I em a P-tiBi* Smmc
    SS y""U fOI*. You SStVf ne"l t..
    use M0 irfttpouiifuh of In \
    rVrnrn hi hst.--..
    snri poai hnl lull Bsrlsar profJ'.
    and *-h*i tlirT-n*ncr l^a &
    frrrim inskn Ihr irir'i <>l
    \u brasa asai ->'< Lss .v
    fVmm (n i.r U> in
    ra Ips Pal ssars iiaii las
    ""I- -"I
    !.. i:nU!..t basa Dssfsi
    tas lacSBS luu hmi I*-
    IVi'in- i IiivI\.viu|, .i <
    no OtSfeM BSSOS nukn "i
    Ml..... to iIk niiJ
    /f0matk$omit
    AaOTTLI of Lea A
    rVuin. ii M ne sary as a knilr and fork.
    hi ;i l-lilr. It iiinn., --
    tried. Itaked or ({rilled
    liih. rutnTiinr* wofidrr-
    lulK with meat, and
    sen always a
    Rtvcjufise wiih menbet-
    irr than ever. Always
    pul out a bottle "I Lea
    & IVrrin* S.nur at meal
    time*- and please every-
    one in >our family I
    LEA&PERRINS
    {%fs w////uf/tt////ytrr//tHe
    WORCESTERSHIRE SIUCE
    ThiTf is Aothiny llt-iti-r
    TIIA.V
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    THE ALL PURPOSC RUB. NON STAINING.
    For Congestion ML'STEROLE gives Instant Relief
    MrSTKIUll.K Haiti deWj SWaj UtO IhS Purrs. At flnt
    .i comforting, tingling warmth. followed tfi-
    V""! by* D*itcious<-.*ii!-s. nd then ^i(iu r,*,trs
    tfea iongi-fm raUaf
    ML'STEROI.E: Is not jusl another ointmentMl'STEROLE
    Is th,- modsrn Scientific horn, ,
    condition known sj tlMlgSSUlMl"
    remember-H'h Iff SI I IHU I
    The All Purpose I(l,I> for
    Chest Colds, Cough*. Sore Throat*. Lumbago.
    Muicul.u Arl,, Si.i.hi
    OBTAINABLE AT:
    BOOKER'S (B'DOS) Hill l. STOKES LTD.
    (AgenU)
    Brsag Strrrl A Hustings (AM'IIA i liintu D
    ANI>: at all other "good I>ru Stores"
    LEADERS
    in
    QUALITY'
    DRUGS
    ami
    LEADERS IN SERVICE.
    When every minute is precious When Ihr time
    factor is Ihe most important When thc highlit
    premium Is placed on u,illty he sun- to send vour
    Doctor's prescription lo us. OUR SERVICE IS
    M ."AI.I.KD in Barbados
    KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
    ALL BRANCHES
    MomfirtJMir*
    II lit'It ff/Olf Sftfl-I
    thi-sf S/ifrifi/v
    Uu:.ll> NOW
    HARRY DRIED FRUIT SALAD........ 39 % XI
    ( (K'lMALT .. MO 1.20
    ONIONS i-i 3 lbs............... 54
    SARDINES p.-r tin lB
    CONDENSED MILK pe rtln..... 32
    TOT* The sbovc Ilenw for CAMH S, CARRY t suloiners ObIt I
    HUNT'S YEUX)W CLING PEACHES30-oz. tin $ 83
    HUNT'S Fill IT COCKTAIL S0-OS, tin 9~
    HUNTS A83PABAOUS TIPS par tin ...
    HENMOU BONELESS HAMS 4-Ib tin 5 85
    DENMQR BONELESS HAMS--2'.-I. .tin 3 78
    AYLMEIts n iMAl" JUICE 16-or. tin .......... 39
    CANADIAN SLICED BACON par ! Llj
    AYI'.MKK s TOMA I" JUICE10-o/. tin............ 28
    ITALIAN ANCHOVEY P*ILLETSper tin 80
    MAHZII'AN i On.und Almond Paste) per lb.......... 1
    HEINZ l ill' KKN C.UMHO SOUPper tin. *
    KOO OL'AVA JELLY 2-lb tin ........ *
    I AM CH lUPS per tin. *
    JAX ORANOE SB n tin .........S3
    COCKADE" FINE RUM .
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    THE QUEEN AND HER CHILDRE\
    B>
    m UIGH WITA LASKI
    1 mo: i i
    children. Thr Queen ind the
    } own chil-
    i do the best for ours a*
    [now tl>nT the way thev
    h manncrt they use. the
    lurnce the
    it minimw o' people, and it
    ll rnor-
    ;.>rted to
    . rcotest good.
    |< =t good
    i the Duke can
    .
    Up nnrt cdur.iti* ihdi
    |hlldr. n?
    N 'hai thus could besi
    achieved by sendinc them U
    man Ithe
    j ins ih-1 secondary mod-
    Ins|iiriui:
    The elTe '-imcndim<
    \ For the country.
    mean th.it the Queen
    Aid t -v. silted, once and for
    thai II intended
    Ordinary peopss*l children wb5
    mough for hen.
    II would dispose, once and foi
    ft'.. >f peoptal ut> omfortablc
    ellng ilia; Ihe clever children
    .ho go to grammar schools arc ir
    belter" than those who
    ont
    Yes. they may be cleverer, she
    irouldhnvr- ;mdmay
    leed a special education Intended
    people who are going to have
    riflcnlly Intellectual Jobs. But
    ' the person who Is to turn out :
    who wants the
    e-iticHtion the country can
    Mm or nor t"
    un in'eUicent. happy life, the
    j r made it clear
    hat she ttiought* every' mother
    I 1 > think-
    e ordinatv school for the
    liPi.rv children was ihe best
    ....
    nice it would be for
    children themselves to
    I Ihood In the or-
    .. rough- .ud-limiHe of un-
    plfconscioui play, picking their
    rtends from the widest possible
    ange and enjoying all the plea-
    ures we take for granted for our
    iwn children.
    And how nice It might be for
    too. to have a Monarch who
    Inew hi* people as a friend am'
    as a King
    | Const i
    night c
    E
    ..
    tot. on
    Public School
    uer what else the Queen
    :hoose.
    uuid fil hex son to one
    iradltional public schools.
    the normal euu-
    oi uppcr-alass English
    it Prince Charles goes to
    thin ihe t-u.iii u
    ;. .,r :hjt lor tne "best''
    ig i Ute best schools,
    ambitious parent must
    PRINCE CHARLES and his little
    c- Anne was one month old.
    wive to give hi* child the edu-
    *ton that (be example of th *
    W'.yal Family has proved to d**
    ihe U'st.
    Should he to perhaps, to the
    UCC pubUc-achool at Woolver-
    Blaoa nfclli I've heard this sug-
    eatod, bill n agej a aioaj ia<
    y compromise. Though
    WOdrventone Hafl is intended for
    '.i king-class boys, it l >tSI 1 m-
    lendad for an elite, albcil an
    intellectual one
    same methods as the
    iir public-schoolsthe lie, the
    tap. etcit still deliberately sets
    i's pupils np.u t from the rest, the
    i rdanarj children who bavtn'l
    mads the grade.
    Gordons town
    It Prune Civarkl went to Wool-
    llull, all we'd have
    Want it that it wasn't money or
    Liiui inai counusd, oui Drama
    ine ordinary schools are still for
    mo also-n n.-..
    Tnen should he go to his father's
    -iii school at (joruoiutuuu in
    I taken when Prln-
    Scotlnnd, a progressive and un
    orthodox achool a
    ra andad accordiiii io
    mi wiicii tin.' pupils are
    encouraged to ibsX* ir. n. I...
    : Uh D ,.;tij-:-.....IRMUd tiicm?
    t, it be B good answer
    .1 Ihe disadvantages i
    insj Royal children to
    .-. condary modern schools seam
    overwhelming.
    but ;.re they'1 Let's have a
    look i't them.
    Well." some people might
    argue, "Royalty is by its nature
    If It mixes with
    ordinary ptopleon ordinu: U EBtta,
    it wlil lose tne very uaMy for
    . '.. h i i it.
    'On Show'
    1 cant answer this objection.
    I'm not going to try ti>. Jroi
    tliu&u who think that Roy it., and
    I i i^ule, su.i.
    .i plan will obviously be unthink-
    able, Hut to Others, It may op-
    p il for Uial very reason.
    It will be objected Uiat ten-
    It yal cnilurcn woulu be stared
    il moid"
    treated as other children.




    Uit we do not lack Uk
    . f lit. Prl,
    h,1 mobi*-d srbsM ha
    out in his pram, nor the Queen-
    Mother SrbSB IBM pnv.itclv- \isit*
    picture exhibition
    And as for the echo
    h enaalvwwell, cbttdn
    . pa Id '
    r.,: octal pffoatl (
    things that deti
    it may u- arsjuad Ihad Rojn i
    i hildren i'-.n n UUgfeBB thai
    ,.:.u-en naasd not,
    for this reason an ordinary cdu-
    n'l practicable.
    Mul whal are liiese things'
    tli od manners should bi
    i nv school, and the <'
    . taugiit i>\ Royal pavaaft
    wi-n a* ha '
    After School
    AND If, In oth-r ways that I
    ...,,*i know, the education td
    Royalty must differ basically
    fiom the education >f ottMl
    ..re we not Baking the
    \.iong things of our Royalty?
    There's only one difficulty I
    ran see thai really doaa take
    Wt I"
    Would the Royal children bo ai.:
    la share their companions' life
    ii sitde school hour*?
    other children wander about
    i ith their Menus, go swlmml
    I ? exploring; drop In
    i..inc. for play and M
    i pii-bably the nicest pa;
    . i an ordinary
    i u difficult today to imagina
    l.oyal ciniuieii ihaxing it.
    un i it intposaiblu'.' Is it im-
    possible to Imagine Prince
    Charles and Princess Anne brlng-
    Iflg buck Crlendl to tea. drupplns
    in casually on their friendsyes.
    i : nds of all classes?
    liupoakible?
    >F it Is impossible, should we,
    II liap-. be asking ourselves
    .. ncthei it ought to be.'
    And if we answer that it h
    ,i possible and that 11 ought to be
    hildren should continue, as lhe>
    l ave In the past, to be educated
    I rivolely. to mis* the games hi
    padKS, the explorations in the
    Use awinunlna and the
    i bibs, the bus rides and every-
    ii.ng alaa that goes with an
    .. Unary child's life.
    !Pe^
    AWAY NASTY
    COUGHS
    COLDS
    LIKE MAGIC
    WIT1 HIGHLY MEMCATEI BICILETS WHI1 MU
    No other RUB has these
    4 Important Feature*
    lisMn. now pw reB*r tha
    mt*,, ot UdelM' cold, so swdi
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    trs..y of Oxford, rha uUe,

    .......rha "Props"
    ...
    .i ii or
    pnd oontrob lha Clarendon L-.b
    ii.nciplei with dl D0O- '- WOlWl W prolvuu
    i-uipt. U >t -< i'rui. baa anj
    X.V- Too ft OWleugo ol Ine fcj'i:auie* o.
    Being a bachelor, the Prol. i.. *Hh>p.. H *o.iu n.t
    m college, and Uinst Cliuich U "; > to*" ti.at ol iha Oxloru
    '. real home. Tbiuier be repaln u.u Um u,giiai. oauntrj
    moat week-eiios, Adodtui dj um i aza ''"
    LAI* tor lh resident felluw ol ' **m*thougn peihapa Way
    < rd or Cambridge college l-P *nvn ul Prwt a coi-
    .-. ., curious mixiure of discom lllJJ' siaswhafeout mey ,u
    f"< rt mid luxury. If the buildings t' va m common j OfTtain n-
    are venerable, so. all too often, 0 BDgosnt from ine world in ;i
    is the plumbing. Rooms may bo ucb tho majority of ni-n spenj
    pacious and dlgnlfted. They are U Ur days.
    also to be damp and
    vices for which the nation rl
    t owe a deep debt of gratl
    iraughty. But the Prol s. own
    capes these dis-
    idvsntasaa. He has asan io it that
    bey 'li> not luck ivusonabii
    nrnanitHM of life, even includln,
    u sat.
    The servant problem is no
    existent for a bachelor living
    fOtMkfS. The college provides ser-1
    vice, and produi
    ....
    i ciuotuncss v> uuiu
    toua Basset m itirnsnifls
    uki to be a naudnaj isaosH
    i id lo buav iu* power uui. masa
    ppui. liui ii UM lioi. aval
    uesi ai.....
    I uluio
    J' h? Ol phy^- lhf 'college kitchen. After a goo.
    |. -1' J'1-1 -nnd fret;dinner in Hull, th.
    i--.uo H sppOU n Bl !. i hie. n LOn noom wh(,rc th,.y enjqy tin
    '' ' ll ** uld fa-hloned ploasures of vln
    I- '"'l . ige port (which they pny for
    " !i*5tt 'JK'JSS! rtrt Bnd conversation.
    '1 absence, which is aue to expire
    uutumn.
    j sAtilliy a co^-
    mopolit.ui. His family originated
    H-l.
    Tlic Prof, seldom dines
    .1 after Uinuer in bis
    .iv walks to the Semo.]
    lrom Alsace, lie wag tducatad Common Room, Invariably oar-
    ' :..., I y of BStiin, He
    .u i: lUkt

    before
    1014
    I t. His rooms
    are full of iha Bllvsr trophic
    As for Uie Prof he has alway
    . gsrdsd Mr. Churchill with .
    cneratlon bordering upon idolu-
    iy. Woe betUie the unlortun
    granger who Is rush SAOOgb <
    i.ike In his presence onie un-
    avourabla or lU-mfonnsd
    .irk about the Prune Mitiistei
    j- will soon discover a sharr.
    hrw concealed beiund the Prof^
    el .el tirbniiity.
    The Ueuliat
    rVUA'i -< us rrol
    VMWS oil pol.....
    lugn ttOWU
    s..,
    o ins oik i icaliat sd SCSpUl
    bbs paid oi popuMj dUlera snaipiy froni mo
    ...... ...i ......i k guuosd geissuubi wm
    ..iia in iKj....., by-....."hi io. um ui tncu owl
    e Universityww j ui*-.-suou ruipasscd by UktU guUibJ
    .lure. .-.i oinuri.
    . ^_ On the wnole the I :
    no Kofi Ursa m poiim, in sltteiency raUn-i
    .- nuUiuig lo uu with uopulai ..ullionly raUsSI L&i
    upport. Ii is ba-ed on sum- H he hates Socialists it U not -
    ..nig winch ever suice 1K4U, has much because they BBSnae-
    ii tnoie vaiu-ioie, Uu i.om as bee-use Uiey combuu Ui>
    upport of Mr. Churcnil lwo things that he mosi
    c ouuy idealism and admnustra-
    Their frienuslup ia of lou 11VB inspdtude. They are right
    iuiicuiig. Mr. CftUfChtU grSsUj )0 regard him as one of insii
    ireu tne courage and eon- deadliest and most uncompromii-
    ico digplayad by ihe Prol as mg foes.
    experuneiital piloi In Uu xhe Prof has never been mot*
    HI4-1U war. convinced on Uico- powerful than he is to-day. How
    leucul giuunds thai the proper lonK wm n |a>tr
    The university may well feel
    ible lo fxtend his ll >
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    AGAIN!
    ,: .i roiled umbrella and
    i.iw.er hat even tor Uiat shot
    uurney. In these agteeable sur-'
    inmuings he is the nest of con
    any. No one can converge
    .^ily wllh gueau, grand orfc^Vay to couiiteraci spu
    lumble, drnw them out so wellVrafi wa the preciaa ravsras
    mat ho won -"I give Uiem the flattering sensei;'-'t preached by authority, tM
    . man of very con- thai what they say Is imporUun 2*rof took up an airplane, delib-
    arltod wealth. But uid interesting. F.nciypui It Into 4>ln, an
    . life, if not exactly S| Oxford World 'iriumnhanlly demonstrated in
    luxurious. Apart from Socialism. afTecU- correctncsii of his calcu-attons.
    Bl Christ church arc ion and pompoity are the only Mr- ,Cn"rc?i,1 "** _j[H^ ^L'"T* .*.'"Wno... him find
    would say hid- things which the Prof, doss not respected the Prof's great ability Those who ^ h'm
    Hs is a tee- e...Uy tolerate. A guest once rarej among scientists of hard j0,^'^^1 e......
    n.tentiously observed that on* ^P0""0* "mphcated leehi.i -Joy-Ity to ".>^n^nn^,,nc .,,,
    ,!. for him ahould not kick a man when he "I subjects In terms IntslUglblo Prof will prefer ,'he "'"*
    his bsl matter, no .s down. On the contrary.- the " the layman. Mr. Churchill Jf^JJjaJJ^^'^'S
    f morals, bo' f taste. Indec I Prof. Is said lo have replied, hai given ample tesl.mony to th,- to ^ place JJ" gj? '..
    Prof, reaarris those whe 'H Is the only time to do It. for services rendered by the Prof as res' '
    fv tho 1c?h upon mor then he cenVt hick you back."
    absence. If *o, he will ha
    (hoose, during the recess, be-
    tween politics and Oxford.
    The Prof accepted office Us
    i October with real reluclanc
    mhrt know him
    aU hi
    m-:itjftc advlgsr In 'lie ara rsjsxs
    home for
    more ths
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    PAGE I I I \l \
    better
    Is loo
    lo be re-
    i.iii i i lln\ WIBi
    Shuffling Teachers
    LAST WEEK 1 commented on the possibility A the
    appointment of one lady to the headship of the Richmond
    Glrta1 School and later on her refusal. I also pointed out
    that the api < ; of the Boys' School
    N* no difficulty.
    new
    gods >d *ti.ri and only **
    master o( the I. " J __, _
    (..ai u.. Il is rumoured that MIM oa.i
    Gradual* or non-Graduate to UUUSS ol the'St. Mu-Jacl'i Girb
    flj the post whfeta wee not tal *J*f] lhe, -PPim:
    uu by iU liiuumi'. merit. I do iiol know if I am ion to wonder now v. "V *
    an advert * *! 'V1 ?UTE
    The School is rail an Elementary I do not desire to deny her the
    School becdUMf too boys .hum '"'<* "f '" **", ol ,
    leave at fourteen and again be- end l h PJ?*P"L "
    ,..<. I
    mentai > ... lha only useful al St. Michael'
    dm n. in mown.
    I am fortified in m> vwi thai ;n- Sne nas JuM Mt her BJV. in
    ihuum u Hat aIld u the
    Modern Secondary* School it II XoachST .it bet school.- In fact she
    a continuation of e.mentniy ,. thc only one. A* far a I undf-
    education. Why then this .uive:- .lai,(i it she Is lhe onl> B]
    tisemenf h. jhs I ,.r tin- T,,(C,.r t St. Michael's. Wh
    Wesley Hall it.,,.- School Which u ,.,. ____ ncr lw a school when
    waa vacant -ft. to gc, Fomcoiu- eL,e
    been promoted, there w no ad- u, llo lhe ,<. ]ob. I made the
    vertlsement but Mr. Clarke who same ^mmem , the case of the
    had been head of the St. Leon- |irst appointment ami that of Mr.
    awls Boys' School was promof.i j.(lv ,ri>m Harrison College to
    to the Richmond School. This i.s ,he inspectorate of the Elementary
    as it should be if i | hope that rumour in
    school masters should DM ,-ill in- provni to be the
    rubbed of the plum ,.f their set- proverbial "lytni jade."
    ... I hope that a hdtOQ Cher Other iippointments to thlj
    . imntiiry p*hp*Ol wld be acbool iall for comment wlu 'e
    promotei tad |>cople who have never tauaht in
    of my writing thta might nuh- their lives an icpointed pernw-
    tate sejflnfl such an appointment, nently on the .'*3lT when Supply.
    1 do not tea wbj .i '< bad their service term-
    bai laboured In tb< small school muted at other schools but l
    cannot be lbs plum hall desist to-day from taking
    o' lhe service wtttfcOllt ill ttdfl lip the point
    221 JUS?" -
    i-.n til* Secondary MUOl
    agilimn
    advertisement remains at four-
    teen years. it must
    elementary school. This juggling """ *-"^. -w*' in with personnel does the admin- ,Rcport of .V^^TS f*1"*^- !""' Itoad. on Frt- soul is alw..,
    istration no good; and I hODa I "' :i hlmstU' huti }* appointments >day 2 will be able lo cunaraUilate Mr "' threc yea<*- and lhe new Col"" Bodsl WeUar. OlHcer. took the Men become evil only
    Director on the tiroiinilii.il nf i, *! '"Iir-V ^nool needs many I cI-pii- ..nd Mi H. c M. Theobald* ''"v*- uricontaminatc Ni
    of those member, uf ,hl. .rd_ 'cher^ to wy nothing of equip- ,,mk, ,m The I, v, l. ,n,(-nt of
    fession whom he sav. i,?J Men incnl- Q" College bus 1-. The opposite view my be at-
    ',"",* ,m. ?'',sa>. ,':,s ^"" MMied the loss of members of IU tubuted to those who think m
    S^SSS r ? 3 and Combermcre has no ItSI Mr Theobalds said -It woul I Lflnal sin. to bs stoned
    tour musters on leave. (not be inappiopiiate to begin our for by punishment inflicted afthei
    I note that Mr. Bayne a most study of this question by asking by the Supreme Being or by an
    eflclent master at "foundation.>lts,->'v,'s hal is man's equip- earthly master. PtinlshfTWnl either
    ichools
    i doing the service any good.
    There has been a constant cry for
    .i. the Secondary School:
    The Child, The Parent
    And The Teacher
    The Set I the ooum Godwin. Rous*eau\ poattksi m
    on 'Tlie Chlkt 'in' Parent and that original impulse* are good
    the Teacher orgmhnd by the bscauta they are natural. Tin
    Extra-Muial Department Of the child can do no wrong; its in-
    University College of the West slincls are lovable, it can nevct
    if.".-
    Nature
    and
    lips.
    thaj
    1 School was not selected for
    many other* to look forward ;->
    being "top of his class."
    I should like to know what
    ! 5" ,V. "' "" I '- ,"..of H"rr,'n CoTIw bo'i M."
    ment means if it is a new one 5avls
    !JT f'" * :",'','m '"'""- fresh from the University and
    stances. Lotn ( m |h(. ,^,.,-,1,^ ciaM
    i might be wrong bu* 1 thought Wllh lhl.lr pungas pajj out and
    that Class IV had been abolish- u bt. p-lul again in three y,
    .,, manl i- sctusl m Imminent must be the
    It. Does he come into the principal Instrument for making
    ,nd his wife were brought, worll equipped like the other rhlldien good. The axpoo
    only with a bundle of this view sought support from a
    in.stmrt* which, but for the tram- passage front the Bible with
    m inn whuh be 'Mil receive later, which we are all familiar, even
    , have the power of making Mm though the other side pointed out
    I should like to Have this possibly* Mr"*SayiuV would' have U1 words ,,f ArtXoOe, "the moM that trie
    information from tUd Uen here permanently.
    my thanks be- ]t t.iken from St.
    I acknowledge
    forehand.
    Another Appoiiilmnt then it will be DBO
    But I am aii nd si all Imvu !ot :,nolner Spanish Mistress
    to be as dftsaUsBed with the at- *"freas one .n.pointmenl iron,
    tltudu of the administration to- ">? ,runks < lhe ,,-5f,rtS
    warda the Girls1 Scnool. If Urg. "h22ft wmUd **VI* ,aU \h0
    Gnillth is to retire shortly then shuffling of personnel. ThU exodus
    there Is reason to suppose S3 S
    another hcadteaclur of u eie- lM s?ndary schools is> bound to
    nientary school will su ceed her.
    Thi^ grabbing of
    the Secondary Schools will do
    a*- SLiy SFUSTS ".-eCo 22
    i war the standard of the K looli
    B It disturbs the continuity
    I lobs the school of the influ-
    . ..i the teachor ovr period
    nf its nuihor (wh^-
    unholy and the most savage of presumably applied it > turned
    all the animals, and the most full out very badly, losing his Inherl-
    as a result. At ubout the
    time that Rousseau was
    coming perfect from the hands preaching that force was mls-
    of the Creator but degenerating chlevoua, that there is i
    nds of man, as Itousseau pulsion with anything but love,
    claims' And supposing we take that the only habit the chill
    the middle view that be is bom should form should be the hab t
    neither angel nor beast, but some- of forming no habit, and G0.1-
    tnlngOl each one. would H he win was expressing his firm
    true to say that those amounts fmth in the perfectibilItv (
    Stock from human reason, there were inc..
    11 eminent as John W that U
    uld write words like then?
    istcrco, a school befo
    new School of a new t>
    departure in educational policy
    and so the experience of a scas-
    tdteacher will be needed
    gh
    It
    fftlh. ci
    nd emeu 1

    pointed th*n the pupils and the
    staff will have to adjust the
    n n
    l

    n 1. told
    Jh^'aSoire h'^'nevef .mn.n- "' *" V* h h^ '" "'"^ ^"- the whole course of his life
    Ti7.-^r.^u^JT.r?*.yr*:m'M ss greet, 11 no) greater, dlssatis- except In sn far as it
    f.ction to parents who now pe> modlAed t>\ lh<
    rlronment,
    schooU Home and the
    have brought to the element ,,,,,.. tentf i
    mi,.,. Khools. 1 hope that it will not Quest! nn "
    i?.rlv nd d.nvub ,1. itoinakeaiu nd the
    rn^i ib m o-'n m further comment on thl points .. ,,.,, the Those views) are Irreca
    rs. orinitn capable ,h;il | (.;(ll ,. . n..llu. ,.,,., ,1UI ,.,. ,Ul, ..)|r v
    Ides that ol thi lamptoni of posite temperanuots of their
    " having a commission of enquiry. (wi oM called "the an- advocates, they show how human
    Bells ill Rousseau and temperaments can wary a lei
    And temp- u to th.nrlse th.'t
    rre moral endowment r
    children exhibits as great a vai,-
    ety as their native mental SI
    dowment; that mural sensibib,.'
    is n varying trait, the measure
    of which may be formed lo b)
    distributed In sccordance will
    ihe law of variation, fa n
    CUTTI "f chance in much Ihe
    same way as inteMn.
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    Happy days ahd
    NlSHTS IU THE HURRy
    - DERARTA1ENT'."
    2t&*1UA-ix amoa-dpof
    THE HATLO HAT TJ
    " "W.
    niter discussing how Jar moral
    may < ."imuu .1
    uerednary Mr. Taeobaiioa .1'^.
    on to say "Thus habti.-. wm a
    are the eon- <>t iiiaraeu-i n..
    their tounuation m il-
    live impulses with Whfch
    were born. It may be true Ihui
    nabiLs however good may grow
    10 such extent a* lo jusUty Ibelr
    iH-iita described as unconscKius
    in which ease they may eases
    have any moral sinnillcanc
    pajopla who thnut with Paeeal
    that true morality consists In
    "right thinking" wul be incline,!
    to attract less unportance to
    babtt and relate baa pouted out
    that virtue which was a matte,
    of habit only without philosophy
    * 1 '.dugh to the greet n
    .1 .r. :.'..: H rwevi 1
    rmatl ol
    ] objecUvi
    the school 3 n it the avemne
    parent We will rardlngly m .
    In The
    Castle Of
    My Skin
    Hy GBOBGB LAMMING
    A recent issue of T
    Mlemry S
    enitthy article to a cOBeriAsretson
    of "a new generation ot West In-
    tv.ui wrttera, whkh n 1 I

    and vital qualm*
    be 00 doubt about the fresh and
    vital qualities displayed by in
    THE CASTLE Ol MY SKIN UW
    rat prose book 0/ s young man
    Areedj Inaown ea a p-n-t in his
    1 ,-.!,.- Weal iTi.h,-. and not un-
    anown here. Qeorge
    was i"u >f ituxen .\f 1 u-hi and
    .vertl>-four years
    BJD in Barbados, wciose inhabi-
    tants, whatever Iheti o
    proud to think of thru Island OS
    Little Enoland". "Little Knu-
    l.nul"' !>. the subject of George
    ltmmhufi remarkable book,
    which might pe I
    e.i as something between a novel
    nd an autobiography, it is a
    Bgiuarly rich book, rich In lhe
    Iting, in humour,
    ..xMtuii and compassion BB
    Ma in all its sim-
    1 1 t > and tot ui Ha stronne-
    I -.. the whole life of a villune.
    II llin li.tdos ituring u period t
    change, roughly fiom 1935 to
    Ikalt. a village thai, at the b0>
    rnuiiuif of the book. Is sUU liv-
    ing in a feudal relatuwi to the
    White planters esl.ite OQ the hill
    hut which, before the
    end) Is to know strikes and riots
    i>nd change of ownership. Some
    of the seenes of bosoood will b>
    1es1st1I.lv tev.ill IIUt'Kl.EllEHKY
    FINN; others mu well remind
    the reader of Mr. Dylan Thomeo'i
    I'OKTHAIT OF THE ARTIST AS
    A YOUNG imk; ti .
    whole galleo of eanrejctoi who
    Insinuate tbenaaotvei into the of-
    Ma" and "Po", tho old-
    est inhabitants; the radical vil-
    lage cobbler, who
    .1 11 Priestley; Ur. Foster and
    Misa roster; the hem's mother -
    a most moving lepreseniation
    this; ;ind the bo> Trumper and
    Dob and lllue Hoy With a loving
    t.-l.nl Ili.it il.-,. .
    Mr. launniing evokes
    a way of life Whkh had dignity
    and turbulent humanity. It is
    not until lhe end of the book.
    when the hero meets u h
    turned fi-om the United BtatOB
    thai tho problems of lao
    Colour r;it then ibj
    IN THE CA8TU Oh"
    MY SKIN Is at once polmiant and
    di-liKlitfui. anil beautifully writ-
    ten, "Uttte raudand*1 is fortu-
    nate in having so gifted an m-
    as George Lamming
    Engl.md" will rerognis*-
    III him as original and mature a
    talCM BB has appeared for many
    consider what tho moral outfit
    "f the ore-school rhl].| ndght
    be,"
    Mr Theobalds dear! stage by
    itage with the development ol
    ths moral ease to the auld i>"<'.
    in home 1 if> end 1 hoal Ufa V
    flic Infant regularity was an im
    portant need, e.|>e.i.iMy In u
    matters of food and neei
    icgard to obeduM.-. m i
    balds oontrasted the
    rha
    has a right, not <
    cominand a child to do s thin :.
    with the palrla BtWteatBS
    Itomans Which ,
    1
    in theory. The parent who was
    loving yet wise and Arm, would
    tmd that the child m the long ran
    Tel glad to have formed Ih
    habit of obedience. At achi
    the child becomes a mcmbci .i
    .1 larger soelety; his SOClal v^d ,-
    lion has begun and social 1 I u
    tion Is moral education
    1 stage was supplemen -
    pd by .eligious instruction. With.
    ut U-lief in the fathei
    God and its corollary the bro h-
    erbOOd of man, the ibil 1
    with a purely motet iall
    OSOPhy. There should be disci'
    mation in selectlna ubjo b
    study from the Hit
    Ike those of the I .
    Uavid and Jonathan, and
    fidelity of Ituth and N
    lieautiful and valuable, hut one
    diould l>e careful m Inb
    stories like the tea 1 Iflce of Isu
    "i the method by which Jaco'i
    displays to Esau two
    bjadren
    Mr. Theobalds went 1 1
    that the teacher and pupil ihoi li
    not regard each other as natuni
    enemies. The relation h
    be rather that nf a Mg and
    1 othel I
    achieved where fe
    from the school. An
    esUttf discussion folio
    \ , thanked
    .1 1 mulatlni ur*i
    pioblom The next n,.
    lhe Btodi Group will I il
    I o'oloi k on K.i
    ,, October 3rd. when Dims .mi
    bfhjbown by the courtesy of th.
    r,Hti*h t'ouncil.
    USED TO
    DREAD
    WORK
    ami"'
    y>........1
    ...........
    z\
    He Lest Ihe shns m his
    No woader this man flr^lea
    rolna to work, for rtaeumUe
    pains In bis arms made ll tortere
    to uss them Vet 10-day bs feels
    flttr into ever and work is a
    pleasure, as be tells In bis letter l
    "I tied beea sufferta** from
    rheumatism *err badly and bad
    such pains lo my arms I s.aroely
    knew how to us* them Then I
    was told to try Kruscben Halle,
    and after uatns one bottle I
    found rellnf Sn, of course, I have
    kept on with It. am now thor-
    oughly better and hare never felt
    so fit for years 1 used to feel
    miserable and sluttish, but now
    It IS a pleasure to work instead
    of a dread." -S.a
    The pains and sttfTness of
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    hi-althv action so that all the
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    ^ aieshii * and vigour
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    closer togarther.
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    serve uai
    durlBI which time Uli
    night school Their aim Is lo obtain
    the High*
    ir
    in indu , I Irannum. who*
    Hi F N Grai
    i I InOctob;
    larUdOS in Sei.temuvr 149. and .-,,-_ fr, tr/tnli-ul Afro H<
    i i, iih a t. w smith :r ulr_.T .l"?.!i".'. ^.Vc!!:_.
    of Mechanical Encinrrrs ns Asa*
    M. AMI Me.
    I I
    Similarly, other Wi I
    TBAKK URANNUH

    ,i theological student at
    Yorkshire
    be ordained next
    in ihm


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    I
    i-im. nl Ji.yi
    College), ixford,

    .-I (-. i 11
    ii Mnntene '
    Balkan w
    part) and ... ervlci
    The fr-wit In IU13. h Joimoii tin
    I
    in the NlajBrtao Kfgimeni ,1111111-
    the war ;ind wu wounded In the
    Canavoona Campaign. Returning
    tc !iliUi'.il duty. In1 wag sent as
    luagistTntr and executive officer to
    ltor&u. ;it thai time a vi-ry u-.n-.u-
    (tistn.i llii health. however.
    covarad from
    garvtce anal he was adwsed
    e.
    hTiT* (~\v*.\
    ley, who ha* fought and left hrr
    ppaan peai '': pan ii a
    in- turn-s in nelp him I
    win lite ha* served fallh-
    o many year*. .
    merry her. when his hem
    *t'y ':' v. iier arrested for robbing
    The charge i> vwrseho-
    bout It aax eighteen
    mths ihtt is where the book
    depression ll#tutl and ends. She bears little
    t*?y inerti and snideii nnliee, when she l out. she will
    about making another net
    epttng Um .rating her own personal
    'Id In her own story, Sara hi
    "" il. affectionate, ruled by kar
    Wilcher's
    '' .. sure of her. But shr turn- up
    f Il laW agifc) .n The llnrs.\ Mouth'.
    . ivtkM ..i-i bloody canvas. Th. jjfer-, :ilg t. more used by life,
    ..no vftaaM ind Cullev pu'he* her down the
    "* fuggy two,
    < ..I) ii A lull i .,.!.'.
    ole rmaiMaa. Juiuuon is Clark
    to 4i District Officer, quite irre-
    presMOle. he drinks, light* Uaa
    To
    eems
    idf-decelvini;
    then began to write but was so
    dlaaatisAed with his work that he
    i r's of Derbyshire, sugar
    'I


    .....
    Hi rben Q m
    t -old aw

    SI Pi -.i | |
    . mbei I Mo" wttl
    uccaaafUaj pit through

    mtional and hat I :' "'"" *? raottlft
    paVteiy new education. He there-
    .t- spent Ihc next ten yeais re-
    uniting himself, and it was not
    itas a aliti Ins nursing uul 1930 that he publishd hi-
    ID- first novel; he has written twefve
    I l*> coming to Bcotland more sincehi* m.*t recent will
    anj nl the characters he has and s.esus: wretched m advar-
    created: to invclve the reader la miv, exuberant and extravagant
    this transposition in prOapi my. At length he over-
    ., nuin;itiaiitiy ID his grvif rag* hca himself and is sacked.
    ml', .ngues an <-x(raoidin.n > but he bobs up again and enjoy
    , lajnattva [>wer. nd good fortune before he k
    Tha type of novel Cary writ*-* taken up on a murder charge
    the novel dealing with the indi- He bears no ill-will at his exe-
    llar stepa
    nmninR, vain.
    -tan-chaaer and.
    iheM pictures are both
    n their contexts. But Oulley
    till has a soft spot for Sara, for
    'hev have been through lot
    t'Kether and are really th^ same
    I ind of person in their insatiable
    zea| for life and in the courage
    nd truth of their imaginnti
    rldUal in i-elation I
    nowadays rather OUl
    B it ft has i
    padnpaa t>
    - i i),
    ulion an artist in life, Johnsot^
    ias had a good time while II
    long and rs
    ough Uefoe. Fieldin mates Uoth style and nibjacl
    i'n rapM yeea i I Am bo ilmoal buwai his seamr.
    tremi
    A t W B
    nanilfai.1.. gal ha-,
    tice, obtained his Hiuli. i
    the fir l In thn
    '
    . ;
    um ut "Ashton**, WortMnsj
    ..ned th.
    150. 1 i ."'
    "
    i i
    this weeka book
    i thrr.- NtokN of poljtl-
    Certiflcate in Meih.tni
    eerlng. and. as .. Si ident nf th.
    Institute i
    is now Applying for Oraduah
    Membership He has Ihi
    technical quallflcatioos " hi
    A.M.I. Mi' i E apart I
    rilling th<
    fK>titiu;
    with an
    has alitait, begun thl
    He Is artaWng; with s .
    draughtsmai. However, he would
    rather seek employment in
    warmer < i-
    Scottish climate, he
    sUpulattoe, hi- new )ub must t"
    Eomavi I
    Michael i- one of Iba few Weal

    gain the tufhei national
    and he can (- ]tH U] proud of toll
    . eo rnpUihi lenl H
    tieorge, who took hi?. BacbaSoi "f
    Glasgow
    I iheor
    This full and varied life :-
    eflected in the eXiepflrmally sfMl
    .lite of Caqrlg work. There II
    i othiii superficial in his ama/Jng
    . rsattlity or in Hie quality of his
    in -light and apprenticeship
    11 lake ii this -ear's ''* h-,s **** wideiv ,ind thoii^*
    Ply in the Held* of philosophy
    two and a half more roHglon, art. politu and
    ars he>- la 'hese subjecU are not just drugKed
    ,i I T a'* with life and
    I -ice with him
    A second group of C.irv
    item is perpetually changing, novel, deals with anotha
    i ry likes i lai gory of pi mitivei children
    lol of charaetei plrnt) v Ifousf of Children illHli
    and elhowroom: his later novel, ; scarcely veiled nrcount of hi-
    thouajh ncA-er diffuse all cove own youth in Ireland, seems t"
    . parlod "f hro or thrao Benara- tie the very stuff <.f ch.ihu-i
    liOOS. unaccountable fears and joys, 11
    it is Uiarefore ntf urpri ki uawloudar] vision, its blessed ex-
    ... iiectancy and forgelfuln^-.
    6 th- mi
    lib "
    eaaantial elemc.,-
    people, in institutions
    ii. society In feelini; th*
    l> Iht* inevit.il iht tnd
    edy of change. People. Cary sug-
    Herberl plans to )oin a Glaagow
    .1 lor the

    nitaa water
    olo club '-' 8 "id-.
    the Burbados amateur
    lo HMgtM in IMS.
    I'.-tei Roach, whOM falher Mr.
    1 drill store In
    ' palgMStOWn has t.een With the
    Mirrlee-i WattM <'<>., since he
    pests, if they are to do rAOra 'I' I
    exist, make I
    iii- i'i .i
    iglnatiou if thai
    nth of in for effect but form with the*
    human personality Ihe basic raw
    terktl ..t bla toi. The Intaapa-
    . 'ii .
    knowledge with the :i.idn*onst
    ,-l.ers and IndJ
    ""'P'"' Kit clash with Uh
    i pCn i..... wbolenest
    f vision which is evti jioniin.'ti ih
    irapnaatva. With it ir* combtnex
    imaginative gift, of h very rtigl
    order which not onlv gtve.l
    Ihe lriloj[>
    In the Mint- jc
    ,'i the iirai booK u mat
    iuc irdogj WbaCO seems
    1950. Petei is "^"jf
    .itallti
    old and has obtained his
    I'i'ieate towards tha wishes, t
    national. He has approxl- ,^^^__
    in ahead of

    pprenlici
    k lor thiw
    m dj l" n'e in tin-
    warm weiitiiiL .f the tropks. Hav-
    1
    nd people their tremeudui
    bul enable him. If
    k himself eomidet
    isii Siiininei" .,: ti.*., ,, ,,, ,.. .hdi- ilong
    ' ugh and dunlin the win-
    ter it ha;, to be Jperlcnci
    II Work begins at 7.4.'. a.m. mid
    I'DJihub at i.30, with
    tcly on hour's break foi kind!
    HI UM
    iiioiiunt to mark me bjgbfjii
    n pour, ol CkffXj aciucveiiK-iit.
    - i'his was 'Herself Surpnsed', 'I"
    M d riigrim ..ppcureci |B iiH.
    oiuiR in spini. th*. urga is tow.,i.i; ,.a ii.L- lloiat i Mouib' in ^jh
    ivelty and change their arorkl ma aim oi :iic*e Ihtag novel-
    >. )n Cary s own wuios, lo givu
    ..rli olhei WOTlda. Much of the p picture ol English history
    tragedy and the injustice of life imougii English eyes during the
    has its io.it* m this ver> conflict hurt f years'. The three bunk
    betweefl *hc creative and the ere- UIP written ai utrsa
    i hOWi i ,n dh^itefs of autobiogr..t'b>, 0O(
    thai novel, To be a Pilgunr. ..j each "t Ihe rhree prtncipal
    ttH i i o cm \h ,-ie.r. ciiaiacleis. They can uc read ill-
    nouiinJie.1 ly Ihe anaginatioti: dependent!> but the i-cader who
    11b ohan ha discovered one will rarely
    irsoy rematn wish lo forego
    To be a Pilgrim' is about Tom
    Wilcher whom Sara loved. Wilcher suffers the loneli-
    ness of age and is alrsady rather
    ,-entnc. He has been .. man of
    trong family arfeetlon and deep
    rellgsaoa faiih: .r liberal
    letii :> but i tsaarl vonservntivi
    lor whom the lies of afreet
    been strong*i '.hn.^ iie drive to
    , dventure So iruiti ad e( bee
    teg a mlaslonary. he bai
    a l.iwver. uid manags try a ite
    . nd the affairs of hP mote brill-
    iant brother anei sisler for all '-hi
    race ted Uttk tha
    pack in the house he level
    .rig but unable to stop
    .: d nepkeyaj make . mess of their
    lues, he lives mostly m ih.- past
    With h;s lelivious and pol'tical
    ntUltlOn, he i- able t>
    ii [i-i peetfvi .i
    'hange as rilatai
    I lit ht' dtoes not like il and 'eels
    pubiwb- lonely and frustrated. It is only1
    ......"- Licauea he Ii tUll moved i>v hw
    faith thai ne U gbei lo aaaapl m ii. aaeapta his own failures
    i nd his unfulfilled honga fl d
    mbsakMis, There l mueh mort|
    'ere than I have susue-i.-l. the
    britllant portraits of Wilcher's
    family and friend thl
    end moral climate of the periods
    "rounh which he has lived, the
    <'eep love or Ihe English couniry-
    iric. It's a sad book hut a heautl-
    ful '
    ne and -"
    Two Lgdsjt Novels
    leesMp
    .'iltbt school -esuons lgin ir,
    Septan I......id run thi-oughout the
    until March.
    pne Meial oi a enmpan> rtn.
    I w/esi frtdlun apprentice
    la: in lo say: After travelling
    i, [approxirnateh, no,
    iveraskM iBg*MMtOM an
    1.........-..^... ....., ,,iiu .. ..." Uraimuta. Tdght) of Barbados
    coattin awlth Jotin Lanlgan of J.imnlra oiit*lde their home In Olas
    gow. These are three or the Waal Indians who aro working
    appreiitlcen with Glasgow eiiglnctliig firms.
    ilh the
    " b.....tupted I But this, reading the
    i the v..v life go.- and Cary'i Ui ... Ihi biki Qi I Uu must
    n of HM true nature >f recent .niu beat known, The
    (linnge goes with hi^ feeUiig l. r (forse's Moulh' The narrator i,
    approxin:- two olKanie t ad.t.on. whien .,i. (,Jll.u.| ^i,^ Qulley Jimsoi.
    v"wik in Iri L? Vt,M" tonll",, recreation whu u^ ,usl nteiled a term in
    ind Sundara ai werUnv V \tht, lPOIK.1 -V. K,'s ,lo,n a 'or,ner P"!'01*' Gul-
    ate* As Jjnior apprentices thev Imi-rtant or Cary. themea i ^ u tartai M 12 i. \$7 B B W. I "i '-t'e r.'M inating and inllnitely mys- lt 15 ., ,rtbu)0 to Cary's own
    week rising to approximate! '""' "lnpk-xity of human Beriiu. t|uil we accept this: he is
    i'is. 6 Q (t2.B0 H.W.1.1 a week eluttPCWT. qi^ rowdy, cantankerous and
    d of five years appren- -fh(, .\frimii Scene dishonest but unwavering In
    Ilia first group of books datives h I complete integrity
    *'om his experiences In Africa, artist. Gulley is
    ajaag Saved' i about a young he come* out and wa have
    .nl go BOAVC......Y colourful idiom the story of
    Christianity. She lapses amen he Ike tricks ..ml strategems lo
    lei U']|.. Chrlal tori Ig order to keep
    take the gospel to a neighlHiriTi himMll aliva and to raise the
    Milage. Out of sheer high -oil its. n-oney and And ihe space lo paint
    leh the long however, the Instdti the pagan the vast masterpieces which no-
    jther official gndg. and is hunted ai a \tfiteh. bidy will buy. His tinnl defeat
    I escape* with broken lop Is really a triumph. I don't think
    ..nd struggles back to the Mission ! is claiming too much to lug-
    vhcre she is reconverted and i* "''si that 'The Hbraa/l Mouth' I
    >on back In netlon. leading a ^m- of the comic masterpicie.
    f holy war which i very
    soon iransfornieit into an un-
    hob -'''"" \
    hHt again, meet* particularly horrt-
    lile death, hut dies in the faith.
    This first novel is remarkable both keeper and ml-tr.
    Tor Its terrific vitality and for lawyer, Tom Wllche:
    "there is one major
    i however ind that is to
    i ovi rail general attendance
    hi school. The Intla come to
    ihi big i ll i foi Ike lirst Una ai
    lie" them
    !hll th.- iK.tjol ll .i ..ii M-.ill-.. Hi'
    work has lo be done and the)
    make an earnest -tTort. And what
    do the boys themselves think about
    working as an apprentice"it's
    t.niifh life, but we can take IU"
    a ir time.
    Herself Surprteed* is the storv
    of Sara Mondny. country girl.
    I ..k. widow. on i e Gu lev'
    indel and mistress, later house-
    to the old
    Setting Up Nights
    Makes Men Old
    ('ellinr up l|liia, i.utDlii| aanu
    lli.n u utiaaa, liliith dla.-l.>if*.
    dull acl^r .m l.- vt tpln*. poln
    *i'l !> lutlim. narvou^Hi waU-
    !> mix! at rnanb- *Urour r
    CBU.ed |>y dliMu*. ol Ih* ProfUM
    Oiinl |a aiomt ImporUuil > aUnit
    in men). To avfi-coma Ui Uoublw
    in 14 boun uid y,iK-ni rNloi*
    viBour IM liMillh. Ik tha ?
    .*?:amin<- dlacovary eUiad Wag
    Vo m*llar buw lun( rou h*ra aal-
    Tarad "ogtni u uarala*a I
    ou rlahl, r*leil|nrala row
    tnla Uland ard maka i
    10 yaao> vmn .r or
    I erulc^ta
    ioonlight' (i46,
    what simUai bn iptrti and tecii-
    raqtai Once again uu lor)
    Hie pleasure of moves lol ward inuill.iiC"imsU ir.
    the present and the pus I, and
    unco a gait' It's the present gcneP-
    InodJ iut
    ' niainK about women, ind in
    (articular three old siter*. Hose,
    I'essie and EUa Venn. Hose, the
    oldest has always tiled lo map*
    .ge the othersshe hag aPM her
    niorat duty and not be*
    l bo unjust. A* a result she
    rated by both of them; by Bessie
    who has managed to break aw ijf
    from her. and by Ella who lias
    become increasingly dependent
    .ii* outwardly devoted to her.
    ild man when r^iy when Rom- dies, does Ella.
    "" who has nursed her through her
    illness, realise her true feet'ng!*
    towards her. It is through Ella
    thai the story is told; Ella is be-
    .lining a little queer and she
    dunks she is responsible for Hose's
    oeath; but at times she can see
    .u:le clearly. Her weakness
    ihtt unlike Rose, but I'^e her
    .iiitfhtcr. Amanda, she has not
    known what she wantedor when
    she has known she has not tried
    liard enough to gel it: for her. the
    creative Imagination has been
    lillburn. -
    The background is ihe country-
    wide, the decay-ng villa, the adjoin-
    ing farm and the seasons of fie
    year Although much of The
    When Gul- Moonlight' Is as good as anything
    __i ..- has written, one feels some-
    Ttk.w that ii does not quite 'add
    ' it': Rose does not come across
    On Page U
    Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd.
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    mples Go
    Cause Killed in 3 Days
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    Youthful Vigour
    In 24 Hours
    Scientist Explains Hov.
    New Discovery Makes
    Men Feel Years Younger
    WORKOUT
    and lined
    ind dra( reaaJ **''
    .!.. umhlf IS I
    leek to th* *' >'
    ,N,tnoMr(li.n'r.
    .r> rear k.4-.
    DulafMdVr II..III,..
    artrte k.dn-.. htlar
    txHtonawi aiiir > and
    ..'. Mah I. an.
    ihe hlMd Whta ih. hi, ih* mksa
    woraca iW|rl wall paiana and jou
    lacl main and mia-i.U* Then it thr
    um to uka th-kl'i Kidat. Pdls. al
    I hvar Dedd'i iurt u h-lp the k.a>-
    Imii a"i. lliaia liaonlul waalai Sa*.i
    >ur din.' bcl-ni .. raala.-d bj !*'
    iiradaal anarit and pap. But b* tura M
    (at th* aamana (lodd KW> IMIi I
    lo. Isrgi bflUk- at *U *"* <"'-
    IMI Iba r*al vial el MUi -> .- I
    Staaki ,n T""-* ***T- paftlatilatu U 1M
    WS1-. u- ">
    a* UM* daalai i n* Ian IMI M naa par-
    laaM4 a U.alWjt. ol l-.W a^d aatdl*
    aaaaa lol* aHnpla Bad aa -io <' "*'-'
    aT7i BaS Tni. Infilll. M V.-
    To**. U lavoUt* and *a>. >.> laU. >.l u
    -.,.. -IU aaualna ward In a.iin '
    .trUr upon ll* Jland.. kiood. uakMf
    uaoVf hoaw naaunart aad iUvut *ad malii). andtoaSl* >a la at.
    If ina ml plaMiaa *J 111'
    Don't Be o Weok Maw
    aj 1!1 fln ll
    t*t larcai IMiaata
    'nl nni~.a." raJi i^^SdJJSj
    to-mna DurtSfai po*a. m inn aasifrrr.
    hi.li buil^i n*n fBirt elood am ihi.i
    !- -' aodr *inla "I"! ' *"',*'
    aad alUja. Doe *" !"
    n,.n u4iw<> !> and ****
    no.ii nTasiMii'oil
    claratalt or* a( Ika
    Piion la>ai Hit trwa . i i.in. i.. in Mm alaoda
    i\\ so ip. laaia o( ananaati, ata|t
    ,i i piacllra. J. la - -pl" '"" "
    id ol loimula kno'n ai Vi-Toaa i.i>'>
    ...U ino imii ..[il and .ci-ollft Inlo.
    ..I oralmani ol a*lo-iiUllnc am liivl*
    puralUal mo tlinda and tliui land) M fo-
    it't- jodihM irooi and ilalili lo Iho
    Feel Results in 1 Dsry
    laca.at Vi-Ta*. aro aonainoaM* com-
    I' waJaaMeTl
    Si and i
    m, miti a n lent etui
    ""."mITj'*. too. a
    inn ina* laol on joom tounatr oiini
    ca> - ThM* to*a>ita Oat* * ,li.-i -i naao aMrr im in inonMi at
    A***, aoaM a| wHUh had >lml |i..i
    I i ib* of , i -iri iirona. fl. and
    ..ijraoaa*ain
    Results Guoranteed
    IU ewUlajMUni ho* Man Ui* iu*m t
    v. Iat In rlditlnl s.jlllul aiioauo-i
    i.oa ofltcd uodar paaHra*
    ,^-ian'f. lotoal oUlH 1S***l ll u ai-
    ti.-l. MUalacioir in -wit / Oal Vl-
    ; isxs vaxnsnsvss
    rffrjs itMurines ^
    M too did -nan **ra OB TO prlaaa,
    . pi) i>l>..n Ui> oropdr.,****
    a,.u ii* lull pmrnao pOo* will to r*-
    -* > Oal VI-ToO. Irooi n (--i T*ia waianiaa foBtoPU yoa
    Vi-Tab* Guaranteed mJUOCwtiam
    J-'-V aVd pU
    llfa oil* |l
    Doctor Praises
    Vl-Tobs
    s. i.i i iiaa boon
    piaiaad i. ir, ill i ana :
    itailnl man and 01
    The floor you'll want
    in your home!
    Lovely to took at. easy to clean; luxurious to walk upon. In i
    wide ranssa of colour-* : design* to your own taste. These are some
    o( the advantages nl a floor surfaced with Sem.i Tile..
    Years of hard wear will confirm how irul> economical age iheae tiles
    (which are resilient and quite unlike --tone tUea). The) are ot only
    damp-resistant hut resistant to fire and vermin too. What is
    more, they can be laid throughout the* l:ouse on any solid bate.
    *y Ortr linn" plain and
    marhleil -nadra.
    * fiiiuriiiu. lo irtilfc upon.
    * taty lo clean.
    jg Dump .Jirm-vvrtitin-
    rmmistmnl.
    it f OHM Iti'tirti'.
    ir i ,, be -a-ilv insiaMed.
    Here i coffee with the inviting
    the heavenly flavor thot make, every sip
    a satisfying experience. With Chose &
    Sanborn you get all the flavor your cup can
    hold. Aik for Chase & Sanborn today.
    SEMITIC
    DECORATIVE FLOORING TILES
    4 MODI ( r Oi I J -tOP ( OVFAMY
    Supplied anil laid by :
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    Phone 5t07 or gM Slretl


    -1 Ml AY SEPTEMBER 2s. I9M
    Sl'SDAY ADVOCATE
    I'M.I IlllKI'l I S

    HENRY
    BY CARL ANDERSON
    J3L
    ^LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
    BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
    16*
    (T Jl"/T XOUA/O

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    BY CHIC YOUNG
    ^ DROP ThiS IN THE ^>
    ' GAPflAGE CAN ON VCUP
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    ' '
    FLASH GORDON
    BY DAN BARRY
    1 THAT'S IT --
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    Ll
    BY FRANK ROBBINS
    BRINGING UP FATHER
    BY GEORGE MC. MANUS

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    BY ALEX RAYMOND
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    BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
    M3TT4 Bl.iTHAl GUV WITH THE KX.
    -THE ONE WHO KNOCKED AJA
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    Mv k'lD 6&C*^ECS V ^NOWS TMA1"
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    ,-nr .milcJ l.i-ri. .nJ luf^aro'"
    iii>m -it awar. t>"t < >'< *mW &**
    Mkjndh..H.n On.
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    ill mIi ihc Piwcau %nuk." he mk).
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    S- he runught her j dull of Rovml P
    iliiid. And when ihe umoJ n, bee (
    broke out into a a.* miu- la (M
    BRINGS A SMILE TO
    EVERYONE'S FACE
    JnM Wit rlkkxn Rural PvMMp M
    yar fatally and fritad* and (hot "
    Iw ** e> aailrfactloa. YoaTI .ik.

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    to the Lai*
    Mn. Co.. VI

    n
    Stands SuptetKA
    MIUMHS Of MMUK eqif with scififi< find.ngi tfiof I /T, rtsA4
    TO COMPiI
    MOMI DINT.
    y/CLEANS YOUR TEETH
    y CLEANS YOUR BREATH
    v HELPS PREVENT DECAY
    i.l..o,t bfNlh you. l.-ih
    right nil". !) -iih
    COLGATE DENTAL CREAM
    THE EYES HAVE IT..
    THEN THERE IS A CLICK...
    AND MAYBE YOU CAN WIN
    $40.00
    IN THE
    ADVOCATE
    CHRISTMAS CARD
    COMPETITION
    Thif year the 'Advocate" is runnintc a Christmas Card Competition, the result*
    it which will Iw publlstMd m Um < \a\ U i imbtr.
    i I- -i..(nll DOtf thi BdUowIM pOlDtK
    Tin- -iniH-iiiKii] i- opan lo ;i)i KM'ifi ol iiu- A'iv>i.itc' tod irdi wn be of
    any size or sii.'i'1'
    Card! ear. I I Dtadi by !>>
    A f ;,. U< H nn enter any number of mr ill be riven to to novelty cards.
    The- Judging will be done by a juduLA
    vill be Ilnal.
    will bp ai follow*: First$40.00; Second$2000; Third$10.00 .,
    cons<-.
    : A
    at tin- Barbados Museum.
    The oloaaDg date for ih- eompatlUon i 4 00 ;
    aftdtafl in Ihcir entries now.
    All .Jids should be addressed to tlu- Editor. Tbi A Bridgetown.


    I"\(.r FOl'RTFFN
    SUNDAY ADVOCATF.
    M'SII.IV. M.i'TI.MIII H \*:<1
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    mrpwoNt no*
    BIRTH
    M-IH
    .. loi.ta UWI-.I of No. s
    Mi-nue Beetles Roe.1-twine.
    a bov and it SB*. Mother. ei,d liable* arc
    ?'':
    IN MKMOK1AM
    I of our beksrcd HaiBind and
    father C.leaVstone Carter < 'Papa' ha
    he- tire." Ih-t-.nrt on the SSSfc,
    r. itaSl

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    AUTOMOTIVE
    I .-> I l,i,,m~.

    hB-lfcMI.Va>
    Hie. Wi" mHmii
    li-mi l ourt. ncapOalii

    l"i- upm mn **' 'we U>-
    What Ir-uarh in l.-el* B'-f *. > .
    (MM no- tm longer nle;h
    II reply
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    a** ion. if, ru
    pm ^iid
    Ivr r*-newibered M
    THANKS
    "I'NT Dr Shelbume Hunt and Mle.
    I I. aratef.illv acknowte-dap-
    nun decpeal appneiation ihe iuiiuwt
    rendered Ihnn during the lllr.ea. ol
    rmni fvanoei b\f
    in Mi
    fad
    inot*
    I ..(i M
    .mi
    no attended Ihe
    CAN i GkH Muui Si . 1M1
    ; lode1 n A 1 raatlUa Rod nan *
    r""' Oarage Lid r SI- 3i.
    CAH- 1 MwM tai 1 1 r m Mudti
    In PH CM * i -... i ii-.i,
    M*UaHeu. al .1 leapt.-
    t Car
    1 "** IT I la
    .
    CAM- rr Sale 1 Ch
    .s.j c ia Mi elaan
    new ballery.
    Thr uiMlrnlinN gratefully be (MM lloyl*.
    Uirouah IhM medium In hi HT lhanha
    19 all Ihoee who attended the l-inetel.
    ataa. rank, or lr any oUter
    . -.r*l then .imp-lb. lth u.
    Ill our recent beic.iniinil .Kcauoned
    deal mother LottK
    Ma, Moore
    Phyll.* Marahall .ll-j^Wi', A"l. Ui
    Jwi SBO M li
    MAX (ill Tli. family ol flat UU
    Henlrniah Waleoll wlah in thank
    kind I... a*, -i-nded Ihf lun-
    11 a I -ni wreath. CaiaVa and brlte,*
    Apply lo Mr
    SI Phuip
    IT .**-In
    CAR-llun-.ber Haw* Saleea CAT. POT-
    -I Condition Don* only 1MB mile*
    -id island Tel Ml
    S.OJ- In
    KILLMAN aAuiass rw ana
    d Auitlp, salee-i* OUoer
    M in 1 .... a> Co. LU
    a s Min
    Vaualui.
    MOM
    MtyPUHTVCl-aV Om 111 SUP Ami
    ainlorevcle mi food condition Re.,0,1
    priced) Apply: Donald Holder, KalU
    Hood II M
    I MM RENT
    HOUSES
    11


    Two Small cottage, fe,
    oomai. I'om Oct.-her I.'
    d Si La*rtic Gap. a
    1
    !'l ANTATION HOUSEBl
    l\*f. Idaally altuatad Applj A U
    HiHbtnd. Ml Standfast. St. Jamaa 01
    I a-ndv Ct.b Hill. St. Luoy
    HI*'.
    *OH HFST t. .. ."a'-iv*d Unait*
    IjII) (vi"i.nm fl-.t 111 Holrl dlilrict.
    naar twauiifui Leach. I air) double
    bedroom.. r-nlih Rath Tub. OM Sadv*.
    Hati-.rit TrlfpMoni Spaciai term*
    lot lona HrMkn WrrH A C' Adv..-
    ial
    17 SiZn
    MANHATTANrial! on . Walchd*.
    1 ,r .1 < 1. arch from Orlobvr Irt. mod
    -a bat in nil Fullv lumUhM. all modern
    Three todiDottu ancri.
    I,dill (iaraj. Sr*iiU' Room, ncloaod
    jard Phone DOS >Q 111-11 n.
    pLTHOUn CnaM .!. Hovcnib*>i
    and Irnm 15th Jan. 10 Jan lift. 11U
    1'hona BU. SO B UI f n
    ,W In tWalbrlydc
    ,:.d l -<,.i -l.
    lojr bod-
    TlvrHTON-
    rontalnnig l
    di.iHinn ana ilmin* iomm. loyr bod-
    loomi, ..[u-lo tolWt and balk. >i*U
    ball and kitchen. OaMda and Mrvanta'
    loom. For paitloulara appl* 10 carrinc-
    ton Si *..*!. Snlwilerv l.uroa Slroat.
    H lit- SjkV
    VK-ni|tlA I illv I rhi.hed
    aide. Wdrthln. :i W-tniomi,
    and K)IUna H00111. open Vamndan. OCrvi
    Wator. felr.in< Refrii'atnr. Trlrphone
    aarage A ScnanU guarlera WOO poi
    inanUt Tbr landrofd pay. I irirplioni
    A, Mai.. Ihal SIM
    WANTED
    TRfc-K On. va ruHb TStVCai v
    1 tiHoim Dial IflSJ o* 4|M
    TIlUCK Om IIMT Cbevt
    r Oi in A-onr tonuilion
    Ford Ca' >P tj Apply tn
    ridera Hill. Si Itilllp nr
    r-'dn* Hoad
    ELECTRICAL
    ill' rnK'AL sritAVKK One H
    Metric Sprayer Complete *itb Sprai
    Cm. Larga Air Tank a. Sunbeam Com
    preaaor tn aood Order Pnca II10 U
    C ulact C Arthur Maynew Phun- 4T*I
    27 S3- In
    rw ARRIVAL* from USA tncli.dt
    . famoui niankoam Prodoci-. Aulo
    malic Mix maaftar, ToMOra, WaSW
    < A- the new eomblnasion Saeam ....
    Iron. Sacur* ono ol Iheee Rae
    lanre. from Da COSTA A CO. L Til
    t Dept Phone IBTa
    Ml IM.I4 SALBS
    ki \i, ivnii
    "aMtWATaV
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    Mba|aja|ftll> bwtil .
    rsera
    wetb
    The well and
    reoldenee atanda _.
    <-loi*d by Kedae
    wkaty Oolf Courao
    Tnr hcnaaa contatiat
    us and DtMn room,
    :l-d-i1" >-.*. ai
    -t oi r- -
    <" Soar, sit-
    u^bMrda.
    *'d MffMtM
    cupfeaaaid 1
    ' v.i:_atto< Llkatjitt,
    Hal" 1
    There U a bait In |_kaaj_
    'he paaaagawu. and .U ih.
    . '-. and the
    winooM aS RUad iih !... Blld -rant.
    ?JZL* El*? *iUi'.''iTi.."rWU.'nd
    nipie ronni l, .lorae. Uund eat.
    T-he.e I. a aa'.ae a.,J .er.j,,. room In
    lie around., and Hrv.nl. baM and
    'OUM In the an;inH Ri> r ol tne hnuae
    rrw u-ider-manl(ned anil ,,rt.
    <" '" *? by pub
    "ice. No IT. Hill, SjtrMf, llMdget..-.,
    r, Friday in. mix d-v a. miobe, 1HJ
    > I p m Irupaetlon lo be arranged by
    e.ejMaonina IlkS F.w f1|Kn pgajtaSuLan
    ind conditiom of aah, apply l;
    CUTTIW. fATKiKO 4 CO
    HI
    LAST HOVSK SPOT
    TerraaM opppalla Col ""Vidmer earianad)
    by wall on two >Mee I'imm DonnM
    RnM BftM H.S.MIn
    1 Uaorsa. Gaong r.
    lord Walaeorf
    a*| Maiaat MUI. 81
    [ .. i M -all.i-
    oi.-na Anpw
    Sanitary Inapec
    :.ania.
    li v .- 1.
    I ulo by
    N. IT
    nir*da>
    FOR HAL*
    HI HINtSs p*um The undenirncd will .iaWr
    . bile e..n.petition at Ihnr m
    l.in street. Ilridaetown. a
    he tnd day of October ISSS. _
    I m AIJ. THAT t-rUIn paicel of land
    iluale in Milk Market and Chapel fltre.^.,
    i'ldgetonn. containing 4.T10 Square Feel
    nlh Ihe lMnI.hr . .
    ireaeni occuplgd by A Holi... k A Co .
    rhe Choice Pharmacy, and CeolraJ
    .oundiy Unuted
    Fvirlher pallirular* Irom Um unrtai
    ignad
    COTTJJ. CATFOfU> A Co.
    wian
    is s
    LAJaO ;-' aq It Land. Nelaan Road
    avy Ontdena -Ida Inantaae. good
    Apply, dial BUT R
    Centre * SS_Sa
    rROPSUtTY One Sk-ard Houae. gaaV
    l um raaat, I Womhhu. diawina: mm
    inutg room, and out orhcea. well with
    ump, 10.000 >q fl land, al Lower Weet-
    Na a'l Maiine Square, St Michael
    Appt) Ml-. AI.en Skeete an Premlaa.
    Wilhaii. F. Skeete t'ppe. Bank Hall
    S. It. a.) SSB5S in
    ALB U TMI MI1TOR VIIIIL
    -T aV RAIIAS-
    The apaeaiaad price cf SSB.OOO0O not
    having been received for the Motor
    el T. B RADAR". OPPEHS lor Ihe
    puichaae of the aame are Invllad
    Such odeii a** to be aubmllted in
    - a ad envelopea to be agdraaaeO to The
    Maranal In Admirally. Public BuUdlruSi
    UkrOdUlO and are to reach hirr
    l-f..ra Ihe 3*th September. 1SU
    in tha Ul October the
    .tainlna thi
    "HIU-RISC"
    GIATMr MALI. IIIHIU.
    < imi-i i 111 n< 11
    reatdanre lately occupied y Mr
    liriTIIOERATOJ*
    Thu well and aubatanll-i;
    eaidcn ar.d encloaed wiih a wall and haa a I
    -- the chrlat Church comL
    The i-.e conlalna .11 opt
    rawim i>nd dining ro-
    "'"" u 0 ualha _rtd i..ilet. paalry.
    nchen um] itore-room. Boill-in cup.
    . In Ihe baaemeDl there are a wear..
    oaj, garage for t*o cr., work
    loie-ioom and large cauara. The
    l.o Ihree aeivanta loomi tataaiM a bain
    .nd loiiei and a fowl houaa The lawn*
    .ind gmundi are well laid out v.iih flow
    ring ireaa and ahruba and tha wank
    property In cellcnl tvpalr and coa-
    The undersigned will oiler the
    lot aale by public auction al la.
    N. IT. High StraeL Ilndeet .....
    rrlday Ihe 3rd October ISSS at 2 p m
    Inapeel-on on appiMailoh to Mr. C S.
    Unett. C o Mea-r. Martin Doorley A
    Co Lid Pal me llo Street. Undgetuan
    I1.1 fuller pailicuUr. dpuly to
    COTTLr. CATFORD A Co ,
    IT S SIan
    \ No appetite^ No pep.' The
    rack, hlood-buil.I.'ig propcr-
    |tiM ol YEAST PIIOS will
    r loai cstfgry and mil
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    DANCE
    FRDISTON SPORTS ('LIB
    TRF MILL MALI.. OABMUOON
    ISIItAl IMTORII IRn. 1*^:
    Ma.le by Mr Cl.vl. t.lileo.
    llrekr.lra
    REALTORS LIMITED
    OFFERS
    :
    Will all Customers holii-
    I III I V. Ml M Ml \ I 1
    RLHATK NOTES present
    tor psjrrhMit ou or
    the lsst day of Sp-
    at the Gs.-
    pany's OfRce. Bay Stiwl.
    Lw-twee-B R.30 to It.tW a.m.
    and 12 30 to I 30 p.m.
    Nevia and
    aengera any
    Pi OaaaSn* IBM
    .MDM en
    accegat Cargo a-d r.aaa-aa
    IXenlrUca. Antaj > -
    Nevia and ft* Km awd
    gam oatly for St I ucta Sal-""
    Saturda) llth October. 1PW
    Mi a.uoma nSNIM'
    ASSOCIATION lINC.I
    COSJatJOWO. " N" *M1
    JHN
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    tl 1HOS
    ar CO*.
    uj., r.vj*.
    FOR SALE
    Canadian Nalinnal Slnamships
    Sail. Salk *f1T- **>
    ll... Bertea Barkag.. aWkada.
    CANADIAN CHAUaiT.
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    ,etl S OCL 1 OCl
    I 1.1
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    iaa Salla Arrteaa Arrteaa Arrleea
    II P.././- Beeten Baalf.a Maa.ai
    - moSu II Oct. 11 o. 10 J
    On ' 9* *2
    oat 11 Oct. *"
    aartUaawa aptf aa
    GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTO.-Ag-mU.
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    ^AaT"B!rMAHlCS. PSJS^ON*1'
    CA M3IVICINO and CAB
    DRIV1NC.
    POUT1CA1, SCltTtCS: and
    IC WKAKINO
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    Ma>hew. Wallabrutk" Hive
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    IMB1.II
    POULTRY
    i'L'l IXT- 12 iTwnKei puie
    >ghorn nullata g ,ontha ol
    .-oh l*hone D. C Stou*
    r.antalioiL.
    LIVESTOCK
    Pure bred Bull Mantirl la
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    Icgr *t John Quarter* prnvlded Pnr
    Iksilaia may be obtained from the
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    MISCKI.I.ANEOUS
    EMPTY CoNnnNSED MILK CAJS-
    TOK Any kind DelivaranJwanaJi-
    tal) lo K R Hunie k Co
    toad Street Price
    MECHANICAL
    CANS, I'All I'M .,11..,
    lyrea not nlai
    p 10 (MMIuO f,oi
    ..I l,.r 11 comini
    ring Won.. Pnora
    oi.IVETTl M 44i
    able from Slock I
    -Idlh. a. follow*
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    IS" sassoo
    Fnquiiiaa lo S. P. Muaaon.
    Ltd. Dial MM.
    NOTICE
    Sealed lenders lor tha p
    nahugany liaoa at
    > will bq leoeanea. b>
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    TVPEWRITINQ
    lodorala Paq. fl,
    Jamaa A Colaridac
    Efficient Service.
    a Ma. Top Floor.
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    MISCELLANEOUS
    viiqlL
    '*. chin
    O* every deacrlpuon
    old Jewell, line Sllvt.
    larooloura. Early book a, Mapa. Auto
    apha etc., al Qorrlngea AnUque Sho,
    I Royal Yachl Club.
    wrvMoiiH n.i b
    DANCE
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    * ol true delicion 1
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    nfd So aa not 1
    nine your Grocer*
    Shipment ju.l ...
    > be disappointed
    loday and art 1
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    vception Health and
    of ihe Wit
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    OgooUlO and harmle- ramedy for
    Weraaa. h,....,i Worm*. Thrwad
    on la inn ble al Dnokrr'a laTdOai
    arOS Ud ;n S..J ],
    HI'IISCPUIE now to the Dally Trleitiak
    l.nglandi leading Dally Newepapnr now
    rrivmg m Bar bad m by Al' only a Iaa
    ran after publication In London Contact
    in Oalg t < Advocate Co, I,|d Laoal
    eprraenlaliva. Tel, III]
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    . ft! In
    ADJUST BUN
    ill 1 mdltlona. and w
    1 Kntahta Drug Starea
    hav
    I- .tdlu.le.l T..
    her On aale at
    BI'NtiALun BILtr Watibs-
    Modern home with 1 verandah.,
    reception, dining room. ) bad-
    m.ma. tiled bath, hitchei.. garage
    COVE iniM. NOISE. St
    JAMES COABT-Dra.ing room
    m. 3 bedroom 1 garage
    lUtli.oa
    ...li. I,!-., not s. at
    ...
    UacUve l-callon Kic.ll.nl belli
    I Cl.ali-
    neii. vaatrv 01 a*. Oeorgw up
    Ul I0SS,
    Pal lull Mitu oUra apply to ihe
    nuKhwevetea, Mr W, A. Year
    laruaan. St. Oeurae. The Vealry .In
    .ut band luwif t.. aeeapt Ihe i.taUie.i
    ny lender
    D It. A JOHNSUN.
    C*rk. Veau., id 1........
    bM.SS. 1.
    OLD HARHIHONIA.N
    Theca will be
    or all Old nny.
    Mh.
    OM liova C'tikrl match II JO
    154 IB Corkiu.i* 1 in : a "
    LI II who will he aMn -n.i* ara aa
    a notily lie He.-rvti.ry by Monday
    ny debt or claim a
    - oalale of CLARA Al.-H' QALB
    le of Dalkrith Road in I"-e painui ol
    ami Michael in thi* l*land. Widow,!
    ho glad In thi. Llaad on lha llth day '
    f Decrinbai IBSI. are hereby irqulied
    o aend In parUculara of ihatr ilalahi.,
    duly altantad, lo lha uraSnraiauad Heanp. j
    hihaM Cuke, uuallflaal I^aaotiiot
    ill I'lara Alaup Oaue.
    ToSSrBSMd
    Soucetore, Jamaa HUeal,
    on or bviore the BOlli lay
    which data 1
    >0M al
    II pioceed to dlatriouta the .1 .wi-
    ne laid ratals .11 on* Ihe i-eitie* ...
    Hied thereto, iia.iraa re**ar ucl. clalina ,,t .In.h I hMl then ha.a
    n.va had notice, and thai I aliall sag
    my paraon ol l>e dabt or 1
    hall not than haw had notice.
    And all pcraoua nidi bte.t lo Ihe .aid
    i-aiale ara requastad tu nellla tiieir 1,
    lakladnoaa with.nit delay
    Dated Ihe lith day ol Bepleinber IK
    HAMI'DKN ARCIHI1AIJ) CUKJI.
    Qualirled :.'< utoi.
    Eat ale Clara A leap Hale. Deceased.
    ZgJLtt J.
    HKANKLK. 1ROTMAN A CO..
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    NOTICE
    K- ..il.-r - and Subscriber*
    to the AliVOtVATE NtWS-
    I'AfKR in Balhsheba, Catu>-
    waab and lurrnundlng dhs-
    trirts arc asked to note that
    aa from We-dnrsday. Ocle*er
    1. vte have changed our
    nmri from Mr. Joseph
    JrmmoU. of St. Hiiabrlh
    \IIUac, t.> Mr LLLWEIXYN
    :It . 'HlliNwich'. St.
    Joseph.
    Sou are asked hi iuni.ni
    Mr. t'arU-B al the Bathsheba
    Sports A- Social Club, foe the
    continuation of the dcllvrr>
    of jour Newspaper.
    Ml iiniiinii to the end of
    Ociober must be paid to Mx.
    JemmoU.
    AUVOCATF CO. LTD.
    1 ir 1 ul.ill"ii Dept.
    DANCE
    Thr Volonlrrr llrlll 11-11
    in aid of
    -I P-ul'i Chiireh Choir ul
    Organ Fund
    Turra.r Ban J"* HN
    M~lc h, prw, Una', ork. i
    SubwrlpUon - c.
    14 Ml3d
    (.IIII.IIMIIM Mlill I
    \pplicntioiih for Admihsion lo I'liivt'rsilies and CuHri,cs in
    Ihe 1'nilt'il Kin^doni Session 195354
    Evert effort is beinii mmlc by UM Director of Colonial Scholars tQ
    secure vucancles at Universities iiml Colleges in the United Kinfiriom
    for recommended students who an well i|u;tliliiil Competition con-
    tinues lo rM severe lur udmlsslom to the faculties of Medicine, Den-
    tistry, Sciciue mid Eiijjlnc. iiiitf. win roj Ul exceptionsTIv hih standard
    is ros^ulrt-il
    2. The British Council will l ragrjonslblo fui- making iiiTsngo>-
    inenlB for meellng rtudoml ccurlng suitable iiccomnuxiatlori
    (Or them.
    3. Student< ,ire ,nivi.et Hint it Is most undesirable for tlmr
    proceed to the UldtaeJ Kingdom unannounced and unrecommended
    In the hope uf obtaining dlTllssii>! t.. 1'iiivn -mi s and Collegeg, a*
    even lulorlul colleges ami i*iKtei*htiii-- bTOJ uveiiriiwdetl and it is vei .
    difficult |0 gain admission ti UeTaTI Mih-ntl dlM nullce in Ihe proper
    furin.
    4. Forms of aupUcalMm fur admission to UtuviTMiin. ..ml CoUaArSa
    ln the Culled Kingdom. In DO) rompaOUd in i|iiiniuplicatt. my bo
    oblainnd from the S"n"..n. Kuidcnl Advisory Committee, c/o Office
    i-f the Director of Madical BojrVklaa, Wharf, Urlduetown. and must be
    returned tu him not later Hum Wednesday. I'Hli Ortohcr I'i.i ;
    .1. I Kin HI l COI'KHFs. I'm ii student.-, ucsirou* of entering
    the Froebel Tearher Training Colleges in the United Kingdom for
    training during the academic year UtSS-M should communicate with
    the Secretory, Student Advisory Committee, at once
    28 9 523
    . and b..'i
    .ii b> appointment
    only
    PAKAUOS
    SltuaU near Seaacll Aiiport,

    bedioonn with dreaalng
    attached, two medium bbm
    ... wiih .tiei-lna r.->m. arid

    pen ve-andah entire length
    ,. i. ua* sllh a MOII view Hrt
    ChaiKerN Lane Hea Downalair*. Enttai-i- OJ net
    " S badrooan*
    BE"slDEXCI. ST IAMBS
    COAST -Valuable and beautifully
    maintained property Draaing and
    mdahi, aun deck,
    i bedroomi. He.
    MALTA -I PI tm son |
    "*" Launaje deck, lilting
    " I loaauine Bathing.
    M'M 'I -I PI M li i ....
    Mass, double
    II." CRAk-41 BIALI.
    built lone houae Lavlngj room.
    dining room i-Hv.| bedroom..

    k| -Mil si l ST JAMBS t'OAsr
    llecentu Iniili pjiio drawina
    roOBS. deBttg room, ^ bedroom..
    Hied baUu Ii.ihir g
    - l Mi I -.1 IlltS -
    CM tr^ hauao ..boul V. acre*
    Sp, on,,, airy. Varandaria, a.tUng
    jivd dining 'oonva. ] bedroooni.
    uaual oulbulldmga
    B MITI BALL. i olirllM.Iii'
    HILI Converted n lo I c flat.
    NBWTOM inn. i MAXWFll
    COAST Subatanlial property
    OaMerle., do* in* and dining
    1 larar bedroom*. gAiage.
    nisiiiv aiiniMs pso^rrcT
    f JAMES- 'Hone huhiabiv. on
    >a*l. 1 bcdior ua. good M-raiuLih-..
    IP..Ill, O I. I |. I I Mil
    HM> I ni'. 1 :..... houae and
    SB, -..rehouic.
    sHiETFiri.B. st rrrtB i
    type houae Inter-
    tlra Good bathing
    i i.....i -i i Igute accepted
    M SHALOM ROCKI.ETCOm-
    tlmber houae main road
    i.,'1i..'iti..
    TWBEDBIDE ROAD
    Bd frontage 101 Are,.
    1S.TSS aq ft Ideal buiinca* or
    nr-iNRSa rUMists. moisb
    S'Uni Of STBBET Oond ahon
    Elona
    SEASIDE HOME. *> SANDT
    AMI. ST. IAMBS' Compact S
    rxan himralosv wilh garogr
    NEW in Si. m ,,v, i:,m ki i ,
    Attr ictiv. houae with verandah,
    bedroom*, garage.
    A TRIM'S ROAD
    ton. '0 bedroom*, -..liable
    house or club
    A ROSA, i- > m.i in m.
    i-l.iined bungalow
    * Q ft Dining, anting
    ...'li.- MB
    Ml RSI HE. <*T. LAWBIMCE
    lafcuw wtlh JhnlMomi.
    dining mom* Beech
    '. ST. I-AW-
    llving and
    galierlr* Sandy
    ESTATE HOI'SR. ST. JOSEPH
    Spaciou* ^ badrooia proper!)
    with well aoodecl arouad*.
    COI'NTBT ROME. ST.
    I mill- C.uel.illi lemod.ilrd
    properly wilh every modern
    convenience Private tiled bolh>
    lo each bedroom.
    MODERN COrVTSY BOMB.
    ST. JOHNHecentiv built alone
    property with 4 bed room* and
    'led balha, polio, pictuie
    weaSSO"
    RINIIALOW. PINI HILL
    vale wooded around*.
    (ear af NgW i I I
    lately 3.M0 lulldind !.nd with 10
    ft B of W lo main road.
    in II him. I.OTg EOCKLET-
    Ftreiieni altaa adjoining Golf
    Club.
    COI'NTRT VILLA. CBaUST
    'till J' mile. town. Plea<-
    anl houaa wilh baaullfullv laid
    < 3.000.
    nl'ILDINO LAMP, ST IAMH
    COAST- Prleea Irom 34 cents
    upward* w-veral "Hoi available
    RI'll.DINO SITE. BT. LAW-
    RENCE Appeox. 10.000 .q. It on
    coait In devolopad area.
    ni'lLDIWfl SITES
    CHI'RCB I miles Irom
    ( IIK1-T
    aiatn bSMI..... l.rse.lud-. and a
    laweb open patio t,. the
    Ir.Li pr pggejgR M
    ,|.poinl"rnt only
    COVE SPRINl. t OTTAQR
    A lovely -
    rood* IT pe'ch-* i
    pintle
    Ith hot
    Stand-
    throughout the llnti.h Empire
    have Increaaad their aa Uriel
    through .".dying our ea.v pnilal
    IIOUK KD'I'IM;. batC-
    IJCTAKVSHII-. Itt-SINESS .'I
    C.ANI7.ATION. COMMKJICIAL
    l-AW. n-oNOMICS, etc Rci-ead
    The Housewi/e's
    Alphabet
    ueslloi
    i abniit t.is
    a bout Cookers
    about Hater
    Healers
    r l.iken M _
    a your Club eve. w LTS
    0 If. recorded in
    THE ANNUAL LEAum;
    CJUCKBTEH

    Hap .,
    COCaBw
    ' L BecreUry
    Capp iodoH ,,
    ITIINTERY Mli
    Slraat
    SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR
    #elMI\fS# Uf 'Sit U Hit
    am i.i n
    S3 Swan SI
    Floor!
    B8 "CIVIC"
    CENTRAL EMPORIUM
    Cerner Broad m Tador Streets
    &o*acc*faseBOoooongo^.ea*>aj>oooooc*a
    I
    B-SOX
    and
    aim
    i lei and bath
    drawing and
    name Burupean
    .id running water 'and
    .- lollet. modern kitchen,
    and a gallery BR t*o aide*
    MINDOfIR
    Overlooking 1
    Hay.
    Irg on eppioaimalcly 4*s acres or
    Land having an caienrive orchard
    v-.th < pec tally *-.lected frull traaa
    ..... BBBBBMBM three bed-
    i.i..m. "Wining aoon-.. living room.
    BOBVarn loibrU and halha v.in, >u-t
    i Aier large ve-andah*.
    ,11ns a
    -i.rkahnp Thi* nroperlv
    rat] i.-"'.v.iad by
    miM><4ii>
    Siluale in Ihe C.ariiaon. SI
    umpiuing four bed-
    lion living and
    dining room., -eparate tmlet and
    lunen wilh bum
    Kurd, verandah the whole length
    ol Ihe buUding M
    compriae two aevanla room* with
    BtaSel t.illrt and a garage for two
    car* ITia above properi
    -ei apprnslmalelv ;wi at]
    S- lan.1
    REALTORS Limited
    RIAL SeTTATB AOENTS
    AUCT.'UM-F.ltS
    VALtlEHB
    MI-MS R-ebark Street.
    INTERNATIONAL
    HARVESTER
    a
    McCORMICK DEERING
    GREEN CROP LOADERS
    TRACTOR MOWERS
    HAY RAKES
    LITTLE GENIUS PLOUGHS
    BRUSH BREAKER PLOUGHS
    DYRR KU SUBSOIL PLOUGHS
    a
    IT* Come in and Inspect these
    a
    Cole & Co., Ltd.
    in ii in-.-. SITES
    St Jam.. Coaal.
    - Li". > I III I > HI
    RI'NOALOW
    ...kin*
    TBE RISK. BT, JAMES 1
    acraa. Ilaarh nppo.it r
    STONE BOISE a AMMBKE.
    aheiie I liedroom. annaes
    COl'NTRY BOtSE. ST.
    IASIXS Attractive A comfort-
    able old property with rustic
    charm Modtmiied
    SEASIDE BOI'SE. WORTMlMi
    Slone comlructlon. 3 hedrool
    living and dlnlna room*, van
    dah. food beach linniw
    HILLCRFBT RATH-NIB A
    Slune bungalow 3 aood brdr^o'
    Hvtrur. reera. aaltary, light a
    lonRIK f-ATTUWASfl
    Popilar holiday home Soundly
    built with I be-drorn*. lounge
    and sallery
    BAT iiui-i CAtTIEWASB-
    Timlier conalrui-tlon. aood ordei
    i bedroom., aood balhlng. ', sen
    MLVSBTON t MEAPSIDE
    lorey alone houae. 4 bedroomi
    central location.
    . I m.i, .1 CBHAPRIDES .
    al* alorey houae. 3 minute* Towi
    NOISFg HaatlBi. Bead
    Two mall prnpertlr. on mai
    i areg-a good building land
    i Kuri Mill.. IN
    r..iT.*da. Tobaao. Trinidad.
    Jamaica, St Lucia, Bermuda Bad
    nuslneaa proportlaa.
    inveatmrnu
    Suaar Eatataa.
    Rental*.
    House and E.tate Minnr-.f
    Proparty Valuation and Dllapl-
    risBUuswis Building
    l'hone 4M0


    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 214. 193S
    SCNDA. UlVOl Ml
    rv.r riFTlTN
    1
    CHURCH SERVICES
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    MIn M I t tl\ M
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    and Pimmi K O O -i
    **e 1MCMX utd (.amp.* of Cr.n.| Lr,tO

    WOWDAY *>> W|i.:
    "> rNil of S MMIi*.l 4 All Angtala.
    Buim Euetiatut o a an
    F.<.ii
    Fvnwtnc. Berainn "** Pnwaift
    :n Vr*. Th* AirtMUM*.
    vi i*** o( privau
    |.'af hiri.r rt-odnu, and vll 4IKID-
    111*-
    The Cim <>f lUr CMkrl-il i;iH
    in uw rpfw.,
    T 1.1 s \m> -
    Bar- ...... Communion tan
    i Vrinoii 1pm fcitol-
    hmMI "( Ovun*. Art*.. Mrinir*
    Watttnar B*v C Limit J p m
    Hunux- frhopi 1pm r\*ti#jti and
    Ml 1 II.. 1.1-1
    ,v I K I T..Y.-
    n \ iin I t>i.i Sunday School: :
    tm C. Manholl. 7 10 p t
    llMiripr Aw.icr- Surma actt nigiki
    PAYNES BAY * a.m Ui D. Rf><
    Mr O Harper
    W1IITF HAM M am Mm O. O*
    lay; 1 pm Mr S I'd Hi,..
    OIL! MEMORIAL II am. Mr. M
    11.11: 1 |MR R>r*i>ton Service for lira
    . -n.I- ...,:. te.l I He, K r
    Towr*. B A B D and F l-av. imwr
    HOIJTOWN BSfl iv. M.v O Mar-
    noll: 7pm Mr W SI Hill
    BANK HALL. IN am Ml C L
    : p m Rr\ S Pajiw
    M-
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    30 am
    llETIirsnA: IS .
    RrTllF.I II am V
    1pm K. '..
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    Vivian T ,, m Brv T
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    OOVTBNMTNT Mill. MIR. II
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    rMt: *God% Sevan Ctrl*"
    World of UaaertM.
    (OI.I.YMOBI SIM K \ M I NIK I
    II am C*paltlon. t.odn. X J Sv
    p.m Sunday School TLB p-a, <.aa-
    clulir Sii.i-*
    The Annual Miiaionary Maaiins. ***
    plaatr on Monday fvmmi
    al US p m Dr II Q Cummin- V Q r
    will be th* Criaiimai. ami in* spaa will I* V.
    Mi Vivian
    I to .U
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    air inHM
    >mr ufilo lhr
    MBM a*- It*
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    ulh In UUIMIuMioaa. (
    . I "
    umiiwiiM Minus
    APPOINTMENT OF 1TIIH8IIH (FEMALFl MAIN Kir, III v
    I M l: M HOSPITAL
    AuplicaUon ore invited lor the non-pensionable post ot Super-
    ior. Main Kitchen. General Hcauital, al a salary ol >480 rlsum b
    annual Increment, ol 148 to 1812 per annum, plus temporarv Cost ol
    Living Allowance at Government rales
    Applicants should not be over 40 years ot ae. should have at-
    tained a satisfactory standard ol education, and should have ha.l
    "tie experience in housekeeping duties on a large scale.
    Application, on forms obtainable from the Secretary, Oeneral
    Hospital, should be forwarded to liirn no, later than Mir, Septem
    1952
    Yarant Post ,,| Cheinbl. Department (J Science and
    ..Ifrirullurr. Barbados
    if Chemist. Department f
    has]
    Degree ill Agricultural
    i the i
    nlc M.1M X Hi?
    .*.< .....i.
    Applications are invites! for th
    S.-icn,,. an-1 ARrt, iilnire. Barbados
    Al'l" ' Mild hold a good H
    I W, i..LI> v. ,.
    nencc In soil Idi
    The post Is penslonah!,. .,n.i n
    x 240 5.7H0 ix-r annum, p ii'oTuv
    i.ayanl, h- r.eA.ernmont from lime to tn
    '""";. '" !ho ""> " I.....- Mlnatawd bj nperln.ee
    and quali:..
    M P lion, stating age. ,ualincatlons and imlln and mi
    .illl be ..il.lre.se,! lo the Dire !ui
    K.hiSf! ? "epsitnie,,. of Science and Agricultural Bridgetown
    Bart-ados, and should reach him not later than list October. IM2
    Further detaik will l tupplied on request.
    2'i
    NOTICE
    TIIK ITASANTS I.OAV BANK ACT. ISM
    T,i I he (rrililors holding |i,nv jain>i tl. Pensant lloldinga
    TAK.K-!;,OT,CE ,hj" 'he peasant OWlun menliened in the First Column ol th*. Tahio
    ^^Js^^t^%^v^.x^^M Sir-'
    Dated this 2th day of September. 1K.J
    D A IIAYNES.
    Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank
    APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS' LOAN BANK
    N..IM-
    Sl. Mlrliarl
    AJlo.vtH', Julian
    Green. Joseph N.
    Hnll. Ethelmt
    Parm. EUta
    Et. Thompson. Jmoph Dec.
    per Thomp!on. Theresa &
    GeorRe
    Worrell, Randolph E.....
    St. J*air
    MKh, Kdwin A.........
    St. rVtrr
    Selman. Walter .. .......
    Si. Luey
    uie MirlaiTi .......
    Theodore >V Fit?-
    ( LiFiTire
    St. AnsVeH
    Benissnin. Mary
    < in, Eut'll
    :mger. Coll la H. Der.
    per SprlBKer. RnfininuBd
    St. Jsaeph
    E*l Brar. Wtlliim H Dee.
    per Brace. Ellen .......
    M. Philip
    AlWyna, Lawnaea c.
    Beekles. Joseph J.
    Goodiiis. Carmen E.
    Kiiik. Edwin L. .
    Newton. Ernestine A.....
    Smith. Olga Odessa ....
    OLMBl <*hurrh
    Perkins. John E. .......
    Pinder. Iteryl I'
    l*iescott. Marion.......
    Rose. I-r It ha per Rose. Joiui-
    than .....
    St. r.eane
    Rat Glttens. William E. Dec.
    par (luteiis. Thomas and
    Mnyent. Bcrlie C......
    Millar, Walter Fit* D........
    Amounts
    ttruiiteii
    * c.
    80.00
    36.00
    72.00
    50.00
    64.00
    t0 00
    100 00
    50 00
    7.' DO
    4-. M|
    36 00
    BQ In:
    3 00
    100.00
    36 (hi
    82 .HJ
    'M mi
    50.00
    SO 00
    IHantriitt Hall
    HaiMutt Hall
    .JVi.-ndsJnp & Lr. Birneys
    1 Whitehall
    'Cave Hill
    Hriftgatt Hall
    A.-hton Hall
    Otackar Hall
    iBird Cottage A Cr.
    valkan
    N. Frindslnp
    CaiM) (.arden
    St Elizabssii ViIIbri*
    | East Point
    . Six Road-
    East Point
    fhe Nursery
    Ki't Point AV
    Church Villaa
    A. R P.
    1 0 21
    2 01
    1 0 00
    1 3 20
    3 09
    1 1 00
    I 32
    1 2 N
    Government Notices
    BSMM |
    PART ONE ORDERS
    M.I-. I I I HI liHl'I'l t
    Coauna-va.na
    mi a\aain. hioimim
    ?. -r >-
    I OMMXOD I n\S(l II
    C K r nt"fiiv,. ii at,i ntad 10 aci a< OC
    .! Majo. O f 1/ Wak-.ii'. II) ti lca v a aoan.u aaauaaai Wr-llhna.l -M i" arllna Can ran* n ORim. wil *-. M!
    r.i.BI' IS*.IM\..
    All rank, -ill paiadr al Reit lid B| ItOS tuuii on Thur-dw OC1 U
    <-u- br. SK. .1 aaoo Imhm. am MnnSlJ Baft
    daiaOrd Vofca.Ma.ri of ~A aal arma "u am
    iliMBf l.unrl irainina
    VcMunif-rri of B a lit? Coy- who % loifcrt M awai ;.! 10 Capl-ln I A BUT*.*; .1 Itlo mlnlaturr rarH tin TniiiMil
    ib.'
    . \BHIl -BOX
    Th#i will br rarkHi t.v. U 'Hi Hall ai MJO Hour- on Manaay t*tli
    S4rp U. lor all VnhlRteol and tfalU Himdi Thrrr M ro adiruaawn but
    rolKjctioo will br laki. al Ow tnl I UM iM>.
    nansBit ofFKia a innmr *uha roa mm iw\<: ... i
    Or*Mv OrrWr LM*il ' ~
    Ordath BMMMH M a.u
    t> *Ki-wes cox. yajot
    L r AdiiiUuiT
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    f nx.tiih. and immn J moiitr>
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    St. Thornaa
    Marshall, Edith
    06
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    21
    02
    APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS' LOAN BANK"B"
    St. Andrew
    Benjamin. Mary
    Walkers
    Amount
    pn'vlou*)
    BTatilf.
    72 0o
    APPLICATIONS r-OR LOANS. PEASANTS LOW BANK-'I)
    < Itliaaai
    Alleyne. Julian
    Green. Jmteph N
    Had, F'helmr
    Thompson. Lilian A.
    Gibbons. Edwin A.
    Burkr. Fv : ,U
    Mullen, isflure- i-r-
    st. rhiiip
    . Joseph J.
    Browne. Gerlrurl*-
    Kina. F'lwin I.
    Uyne. Mabel A Brafhwaiu-.
    Douglas
    NOWtOB, Ernestinr A
    Pollard, Hilda A.......
    Smith, Olga Odessa
    Weekes. Wilhelmlna
    Chrlat Caarra
    Perkins, John R.
    '".iltens. Wm. E. IXe.
    per Gittens. Th"'-
    Mavers, Berlie C.
    Millnr Wr.lter Fit/D.
    HagifaU Hall
    jHaggau Hall
    Friendship / Lr.
    no .
    Haggott Hall
    Carlton
    Nr FYiendship
    Belieplaine
    Six Roads
    M.irchflelrt It Kirtttl
    The Nursery
    Pennv Hole
    East Point ii Hill View
    Nr Well House
    Church Village
    ,Klrtons
    Bridge CM
    Prerogative
    | 0 II
    a oi
    l
    2 20
    2 00
    1 3 17
    1 2 03
    a 2 06
    2 27
    2 28
    2 OiJ
    I 0 25
    2 00
    I 0 36
    I I 06
    120 00
    14. Oil
    50 00
    200 00
    M Of.
    0 00
    to 00
    250 no
    500 (Mi
    00 I" TO Oil 48.00 300 W) SO 00
    iso.no
    au oo iso on
    80 00
    36 or
    41.00
    96 00
    00 (Mi
    MB-on
    M.iK)
    36
    82.00
    36.00
    73.00
    90 r,
    T..d..
    Voraiit Post of Insps-ctor (liiiome Tax)Income Tax and
    li'Hh Oulie-. H.'ii.i.iii). in
    ^pplleauon are Invttad by ih> :. sraniani ( Barlwttos lor lb
    posi of tnapactot (IirCOfss Mraa Tax and Death D I

    - > i ihr salary is in the scnle of
    $3,120 x 1443,840
    3 A tempo:.... .! liv,\ tUOWaOce at the rate of 81.I*, pei
    annum Is i ay able The allowai,..- Ii tubject to vanahoii u srsuV
    rtrawal at any time
    4 Appesatmaot svlll be sul, I to medical fltnesit and *\ill be
    on probation f.w two raan la th. I -i instance
    5 Tht ppointmenl ..ill bo >..0ieet lo ITgggrilal Regulation
    tlu It-.tl Civil s- : . i. lad Inatruetloajl Passage expenses
    .tiing 81.440 will I., |>.\.,.I,-on nr-t appointment I.
    sages are provided
    6. The Mieeeaaful .M.i.iiiy
    In the adnun.-i'..- a :, ,,,, ,,, ,. ,,,,,., 1(Jjll,
    d with the exanunai.......,,,u and determmnl.-.n of
    proAl ..f i'.iMiii'*., proregslons ailt. irada. He will also perform such
    other duUes as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties
    may irquirr from time to time
    Candidates should posarss high standard ot general isluen-
    tlon and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience
    In accounts or taxation. Member hip of a recognised accountancy
    body would be an advantsge.
    8 Application, stating age. full detail, ol qualifications and ex-
    perience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submit). I to the
    Colonial .Secretary. Public lluil.ii> -> Bridgetown, to reach him not
    later than 15th November. 1852.
    28 0 52 2r.
    SEA AND AIR
    TRAFFIC
    In Carlisle Bay
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    MAIL NOTICE
    i-*. Mont.
    rti.il A'ili|ua. Si Kit-. Brim ml a
    Btwi.i.. H.iif.v ..-I M'v.uhI by in<
    a w s Lag, Baaawf r| i Uia Untwal Po,S UBVr M
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    o m ". Uu> SSth SayStwibii. ISSS
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    MIDI I.
    SI IIOOI I It Kl IS
    IV IIKIIKR to rcduci- thai delay ucrastoiicd in
    purchasing SCHOOL TICKETS, it lias brrn
    ...mill nwevutry lo fix a minimum ol TVYK.NTY
    Til KITS lor i u ill i,nl> he Mild louards the rnd uf the I '
    term in order to finish out the term.
    Jgaf The ahove urraiiKemenls are EFFKl'T-
    IVE FROM MONDAY. 2TH SEPTEM-
    BER. 1*32.
    | 1,1'iiiial Miiiiir Omiiiliiis
    4 ... Lid.
    BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION.
    COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)
    iiiiiounn-
    that us from
    TI KII.\Y 7lh OCT.
    ,,.,,,.. ,|. | lildinu of their Prrn.Kes. II,.-,, .illi.e. will kj
    situated in
    TEMPORARY PREMISES
    AT
    Lower Broad Street (opposite
    Plantations Ltd. building)
    ulirre llie lull Bunking service Hill he nndlicleil.
    Il,,l,l.r. of Traveller's L.ttr. ol Credit .d Travellers
    ! .....,.. ...... immt ll> lo 'I" -mall annexe which is
    :,,i...........lha. in Collins 1-l.l.s InSMttW in Broad Slreel
    ulnre ii liiniuV llimkiiig service will he provided.
    GRAND TOTAL S4.012 CHI
    la. I."-* -
    @KM1H@
    IjJa coAdiaUtf, itwiliL ihsL
    flubtic lo, vi&iL owl
    (RiukcoJvatad. Slwwtioom.
    wheM a diAplaij otf
    the UdiiAt Cludlih UniU
    am be abqii, in eluding
    W& new muxmaoa to that
    mo At pofmlah of} CU1 Qahh
    " Jhe CbjL&iin Savon
    \ 4UVAN
    A 70-TICKI'P''
    , -. i...'rsaM'e.4a*-4i
    -, T<)\ I..W.B. TRICK
    And remember...
    AUSTIN
    You can depend on it
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    I


    I" W.I SIXTEEN
    SINDW ADVOCATr.
    SUNDAY SF.PTF.MBIR 2S. 1132
    Inquiry Into Cyclist's Methodist
    Death Adjourned
    I'lK/SIt HOI YD-l'P:
    W'wv ShorUuu
    Still Acute
    THE INQl'iKY iniD the cirt-urnsUinces surrounding
    the death of 23-year-old Kenneth Sprin^.T of Fl*1
    as furthef adjourned until Saturday. < I
    by His Worship Mi i; li Griffith n
    trate nl District A'
    i Ih Springer wai detained at the General Hs-
    S j .ember IK after he was Involved In ai
    dent on Hagfatt Hall Road, St Micha-d He
    died at the Hospital five days later.
    Three wimaaa* i
    yesterday in the Inqulrj
    ruesday Septemi.i M the Jury
    lac -,>..
    .vheie the iJ. Mr
    D (I L Ward and Mi V U
    .opearing Tor Interested
    he J* A S A*hl
    n st. Philip l-"5" on
    The Ad vac ale or respondent pu-<' s PmwT 23 s-ld thni thcrs were
    i thai parU "' ln leri shoulder.
    that | Mribtite-i
    Eracturad iku
    DCk and haemorrhage.
    Maud Bu rowfi ot I
    O-* tald that U
    number of persons in hei boa saw h.m
    rircie thirteen uii eating) 1
    Unt .,1 nco allon-1 I
    htl l;'f for dM ,., i .
    DDhtha was three ptnl ..
    "ic Bi-e day the I enrd he wan
    Ivfrt in nn ted
    car tn li iggotl ii,ii ,
    com-flou. h roM Lynch of
    B itl itei s >i |
    ore plentiful aim an- tolif U \. nff rf ( .,',
    Hi'gal Hall road smtia
    pint and eorn-l country. If
    I ' pint and
    ftt i Ibl major mad he
    Beach in m John i- .1 I looked1 1 "tug>, the
    1 urita rendeiv..Ot
    U lay nlghi a auMbtl 1 -fund hurt and turned to the nsit
    1 tncrial
    beach anj-oy Ing a "moon *i.
    " n picnic Hi
    until s 33 n.m Fnd:i;. unrfet .1 tui QIQtor rrele
    1 beaehwu agaui against I H. went 1. the-n .
    . win, holiday-mahn and too* : m up and carried him
    >x James and St Pel*. Tto , |ht Oeneraj Ho.pit.1
    *.*" At Ihis tea* ihe |M
    Evangelical
    Gunp*igD
    eeks ttM
    '.<.-.
    ,11 be holding an
    1
    1 Church-
    Mh itarts
    II un until
    Sunday October ltHh. Eaob
    '
    b mom-
    n'Ks nmtmrncinar
    DjrmK 1
    will be held In Itv
    p.m. and
    .
    From Tuesday October 7th to

    Will ba hrld In the open air in
    vartoua parti of the city. Details
    of tnat will iii I .
    7.30 p.m.
    in the Qi (hire will
    fearing; of
    OPfKM -
    calling all people to ral-
    tna; meeting:.
    "ip.n^n will '..IK'ludr
    Sr.c'. and lU'th.-i Churches pn
    1 letober lath at "
    I
    Marnli
    aff*tingv
    7 da Jam Kraatand uethel-

    Ing.
    LISTEMNG I
    HOURS
    1
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    1 St p m rUnrallng A'*hl p ipi >
    (t..m ihc Piblr It p if. fntMaa
    M>a-ti< I U p r ProVMn> l'-I>4r I
    .lr 1 p m Th# N.*- I !
    'mi' a*uifi
    1 i-n p. ti wen. mum
    ''*''''*''*'*'*''':-,%'.%'.-.'.-,',;'..'.'.%'.;'.'.
    ! 15 p .
    I

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    MMMKi -iniMHia *. im '^
    1.1a pa> tsaa 11 atM
    1 1 : i|. ml ituframm* ; 11 1* tl pip ii tl .. rat Dam U pa .*. ) li i> 11. Man Mm P mi Spoilt Hound-pi 1.-1-. 1 i. ... in,. Itnm. N*. (rot.,
    11 am. -:im
    7 li p I:. Io red and Hi. 11*1
    . p m Curpr^i
    9 p in Do. Howno 41 1
    tlHInBll. II P III '
    It p n PTotT, IH* Bdll-ilMll
    10 II p ID Sr lance Ravir*. 10 HI pin
    .. m TaPf- *inm tlta '
    lii*|
    MAFFEI
    MADE
    SUIT
    IS A SUIT
    YOU'LL BE
    DELIGHTED
    TO WEAR. !
    *T. CECILIA BOYS'
    < i in comtlm
    M -1 Mllll. KIPII Ra
    iondav ami spitcmbim
    l-ll. I t k.'fl.
    a*lnr>lunnH on I
    A SAU1HI I0MFK1 |
    H pal o..M M S
    -'. * Mil a i vai -in ;*
    III b J
    tlOCIBT^' CHAPTt *T J.IIS *I
    . o. J
    C-edilnfon CM*. ,*
    aanpAi hi oiiohi Ma. S[
    >"-'
    LADIES
    I'MIHMi Ml
    and
    iikcn
    se* was c-aln
    the h
    minp
    A dog arai lulled h\ :, lorry i
    Viila:e. St. Jornph. on
    Friday night !., t L'p t 113"
    :.-rdny the don wag (fill

    nd)otirned until October 4,
    DKVOTIOVAI, slinil |.
    AT Y.M.C.A.
    aaJ svi
    of the Barbados Y M C A will
    be held ,it tho Headquarters thl"
    Since the recent rams the cr.p cvenmj. at 4 30
    Up ara green again. !i< The speakar will be Mr V B.
    I Lurch the crop, mo.h st John A cordial invitation Is
    badly in need of rain At pom xti rated t-. members and the
    pUnUtieae, labourers are at- general public including ladle*
    IB watering lonMj of th' I "* -
    crop*. The wilier used on nick |
    oecaatoni is drawn from wells.
    Raildanti of st. Philip wb
    went to the Crane Beach yester-
    day hoping to gel relief from th?
    heat by sea-bathing found
    i-hoppy and uninviting. Thy
    dul not risk hoiiir tn and war
    ^mewhat disappointed
    Postponed For
    Second Time
    The Programme of SacnH
    Music whleS tfaJ '' inve batn
    I h n by the Police Band at S"
    Peter*! Church to-day (Sun-
    day) 28th Sept.. has been post-
    Is Dad thla time due to a preriOUl
    eneaeetnent which should Barm
    taken place last Sunday. 21 .t
    Sc|it. and must be fulfilled to*
    WEATHER REPORT
    VESTERBAY
    Kainfall from .....hm:.
    NU.
    Total rainfall for month to
    I mi" i .lur. 70.5 F.
    Wind Velocity i ,,.:,. p
    hour.
    Raromrter: (9 a.m. I 29.M*
    il a.m.) 29.919
    TO-DAY
    Kunrtor: a.47 a.m
    Sunstt; H OH p in
    Moon: NVw, .September N
    I.lchtlng: 6.00 p.m.
    High Tide: 12.09 p.m.
    lew Tide: 5.11 am. 5 38
    P" '4141
    Joyce Carey
    from .Mc .;
    * 'Oiign. while Ella is too
    - i i harach
    -;. logttl ei
    \ l- n Joy* (1949), the laat
    booh of Carj to be puiiiuhed, is
    nronlcHj of three gener-
    aiions. it bear* a certain reeem-
    ^r Surprised," but

    more intelligent. Is Ics.
    1 Ui.iu s.u-.i. Sho
    nianvirii* anc| being
    by a voung cad
    called DKk Booaer, She does not1
    Be and charm; she has
    i ttanW and
    many year latei bj wealthy
    11
    Tabltha It i com 1
    nature and reattti change: but she
    cannot i. i.nser who
    tuns up piniHiK.,11. to borrow
    i Boaaer
    i. |
    the sandbanhi

    ii
    cannot n

    is only pet
    writer like Can one expects,
    however I
    wry Urne
    Pi cmji of Oraee', Cary's
    t'lirteontii novel eppi
    .. rhapa ih ',,,,.
    i 'i stop short, '. IB, a'
    1H39. hut will take us right up to
    ivel whic'i
    tl' nf tin-.
    aftennath, which
    sies the recent years in a single
    v'sion and in thiir true historical
    this novel has not yet
    :' it But I think that
    " will lx> the man who
    rlta a.
    i.xmit k u\\
    i\norK
    The Workers
    will be cegebratad
    GKANI) FAIH
    i DdJvr 0M naaai
    The li.ii I*.nli>'. Workers'
    t Faaaa
    And
    The M .id.nil.s i .ii...in I'arly
    On
    Moada>. 6lh Orlober. !:
    iiIanK-holin.ivi
    At
    QUEEN'S PARK
    Outstanding Event*! will
    Include
    The Famous Bee Shew
    Donkey Race*
    Arrobatle Display
    pyramid Buildlni
    Hi.ill Datajichijt
    Mii'ili Control, Etc.
    !' H Contest
    See the Crowning of
    "Ml- Barhados"
    t'onur Football i I^kIicsi
    len vs. Married
    .'
    Cricket Match StOYi
    n. Lightermen
    Steel BsBaal Ciimprtlllon
    1st Prise I 123.00
    2nd Prlie : $10.00
    Vaudeville and Calypso
    CompetitionTwo Shown
    1 p.m. and Mid-Night
    Free j MM HMO ftee '
    Worker, I Celebrate Your
    Day Do not miss It '
    MEMBERS FREE
    Vilnli. |/. || Children 6d
    Gales Open al 12 Seen
    28.9.52411.
    P.
    C.S. MAFFEI & CO., LTD
    PRINCE WM. HENRY ST.
    Sieieeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeaeec'
    Made in the**e New
    sail Wool Tropicals
    slum in the first
    price reduction in
    years!
    HATS
    A VARIETY
    OF STYLES
    In Aquu. Rose. Muromi.
    Gold, Ore y. bi.kk.
    Navv and While
    PRICES
    S5.24 & SI IS
    Suitable for Evenui i r
    morning wear
    Cm SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
    10, 11. 12 & 13. Broad Street
    GRKY
    BKIIIIV
    III II.I
    Plain culourh nnd stripr
    drsi|ns willi a conscqufnl
    saving in Ihe nul ..1 your
    linished suit.
    $52*-
    UILKINSIIN & IUVMS CO.. LTD.
    c.
    . Hice
    I..II.... I ..r
    Will our Customers please note
    that our
    LUMBER YARD &. HARDWARE DEPT.
    WILL BF. CLOSED FOR
    SklMk-i \IaI\-* 1
    On TUESDAY 30lh SEPTEMBER
    AND
    WEDNESDAY 1st OCTOBER.
    WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
    1935
    ZZ$ZZZ4$6Z21Z
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    1952
    In as much as we find it impracticable to serve all our Customers with CHAMPAGNF.
    in celebration of our 17th anniversary, we are adopting a more profitable means of celebra-
    tion, and that is to share our profits with all our Customers during the month of OCTOBER.
    Here is merely an idea of some of the Bargains which will make this anniversary an
    .unforgettable one.
    ' \ initu ... latest styles from
    S3.IKI per u-.'ir
    Itri'ss
    %lat4'ritits
    ' Arl Silk, Kavon & Spun
    I luseliesl SfaOTtlMat in Town
    1 IMces as low as 64c. yd.
    t Inn ricnn Perralrs in brauli-
    I nil de..iiis as low us fi9e. yd.
    $S V<'*'f.v#rA/-
    ^I'l^M. to'.l ITS (,!, yd.
    g Flea re.l & Polka Hots
    fr.Mii 72c t^ SO,-. p,r .,|
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