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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS .ADVOCATE Tlll'KSDAY OCTOBER INI TEST MATCH DATES FIXED LONDON TEST MATCH dates (or the vistl i ihc Ami Auatra. %  .1 IIH 11—16. irth u: i unm Pl.AIFA AT m IMNKI Leeds from Juli Au: CRICKET 1 1 %  RACING I able tui*< .. .it i l' i '8. If lh* %  %  .<>tt I i .v. . %  %  I J V.,il I %  %  %  March and >wi; Ha nrlll i. %  BOKINC TKHHV ALLEN, i-s lly-weight chumpiui. i,. portunitv I*i leg.un hi 0 %  %  %  H be i ghti UM unb fur the ;.i:. %  ' i 11/ 11.1111 II '77 V.; Trinidad IJral Ftarhailos 6-1 JACK YOUNG LONT* US ailed expectantly M ixed their machine-Mire, the tapes. [Tie Speedwa .: the World was %  ) ataki Australia needed only %  come second win the til tcood vear in i %  I %  [in!) Mall. Po.tliftMM, ; %  %  1 i . %  lad'* heavy %  %  hsh.it tow of '< % %  ,1 last night'. I lalnred Mlchofla, in ,i cane fad Moend la tb Br*t round of the l.DOO metre thniination -punts m tlir Olympic Oi.m at HeWinkl on July 'Mb %  %  %  i %  Would Youiu • %  with second place and the C\ %  %  : %  in ii graml-staiKi finish If fied with tin I 1", the title A Word To Amateurs By GEORC.K SPINf il. That is the nv. ti othniR tpactaculaw about i I peril Mis greal %  %  lhat ihc la< k ol high Unf. flyir r. %  n Easv mdad knock* were their loi bei eal mid lleweighl Cfo mi % %  m Boy tooth* out im I MTOW • '" UtKlC In tt Vimnf who hlajiei Advocate entitled "Barbados left virtually without Boxin.; qtiaUG of ractna aad %  Bnat ,,. of achievement .. ,,. ,,„,„,„ u, i Married, will, two it'll''• ,„ %  1 era*, a fa* .'11 impart a hi.' Yun came to Ewl.nd In IMS" to .,1 of UM lo ;ill amateur boxers in Barb.< Sports Diary l.a-M V GI-n.-lK-a % %  •MI Nmrmarli I l i.t % %  Kiin \".'.. T,'..' %  %  >* %  > IrfaM01 B> > •' %  >-. I BWaaalff I'onirliaci. Nt-wb t ia apa.1 I...I. N.'^.nal CM rnan>BHjonU i. .II .*, ,ti--.i.> it %  %  % % %  Vawhl I '.%  llt-W. 1,1)1 I. all Muipti~4li.il MitI 1 N % %  tliiiBha.n; Strrpki..ntwll I'ark >.•> BfSttktl l*Miir 1 liainf of Ireland Hampdc Par* liaTrneiU National Cot I Chant) ,...|| A M % %  To Mothers who cannot feed their babies Uua'iworry!(^w'sn.ilki.anl-prcpjrr 1 vulu. ih.rv.nmcAibaby •.an digest n wit.uiutinHir.lc Tl t .-u'. l'-iicnl" Barky prevent, the milk forming large clots fa kirn si.macM, making it easy for the delicate Jigestive Organs' BO d" their work thoroughly whiUt getting them ready i<> digest ban fal hodi later inlife.ThatSwhy i-e nurses and mothers ihiiyjUH Robinaoo'i •I'aient' Barley. ROBINSON'S • •ATENT BARLEY i,.if i %  l Met T" ,. Mnhurgh. In the accotid .. lh141 dot Befoi atari lo box, '!-^''[„ S^SM^I^ $&& woai Ihoenvv Empire record Hi23ii MUKll Organlaallon* to O0-Opaila Toon llOVaB, pract*this allvt „„. UAl ,„ hl t0initrv t>y Mi.letiremenl of Teddy Cardiireta passed by all thru hWaW day a/a atC UM tormatlon ol an ini^wtant I i OUH i^ |V ;,.,, ,,, a sensational tripleLBVTin Kmptre reAmHteur Boxing AaiootaUoo %  • K.-twork". Ilr which necessitated a rlde—tT TTpJn-Anfl m_i_i^-^ .,„. • """ '"'< -"tnte I wrote. I .„ M —^ h '' became the flrst man to win the Empire midd'e-we.ght Au ^'^ SavTrv .5!l % %  %  "* '" '* m !" Xi,t "' %  ---" '' -Pl'^hip whi %  lonthip. GOLF ntXD DAI.V ad A BOl %  TON set up i month. Their %  rib the matdi play champtooatal] by "^ Walton Hi .th went tn the SO'.h pollltl I %  ik a 12 yarn putt for .i i ' %  lit rallu l,f %  : %  .1 • %  A wroni i ,miik'nina is ""• bai U ap 0 f asaet In a ((oxer's %  tci %  u ith a Secoml Division club £:t.75* Transfer lake the Champions) third •mccejw In this • %  • %  I IIPAST v. PRESENT C0MBERMER1ANS TIIK \iinual l'*st \s 1* r e a e II I i in ilcu Uhri. pl.ui .il ((till i""i %  School at i ." today. All Old Cumbernii'iiii.ii' itn iii J to attend. Tea will be served at 3.30 p.m. and there will br ecrkUlli after Ihe match. The Old lloya" team b a* follow*;— C. D. Spoomr iCapUlii). A. . Warren iVhe-C a p t a I n). M. \\ ( Urke. O. S ( ( I: t Warner. D. W. Hayera, S. I. Smith. F. O. Smith, A. F. Oanlel. N S. Lueaa. I.. N. Koater. Setignmn Will Ik'fvml Davis Cup pnaitlon I every movement in boxing, ro . .11'see how necessary it la an At tin Ix-irninint: ..f the presei.t I can i i-e, ..i-i, concentrate on thin important season he wax_tranarerrod to West Ji>e llalpii. the Belgian I'm. branch of the game. """' "' Uu vL s i,P ,v slon f or %  %  Mttl In Rrttlah Cni'inii m 1*131 record fee of £3.750 and within :i %  :• !.,w uTsS SZ. ,. %  ". '"" %  ' b> ; !" ''":•. %  •""!%  " fa *< <<-.. learn sclentitli i->xing. or be; 'lire he had the privilege idling on gin'. lonfha' course It Is fairly obvious thai %  %  % %  championship to hi.iDOUl aaaHy and quickly on %  >! Id title, beating Ronnie Moon his feel, and even if you Blflhl the IR year old Tasmanlan who h Aniomv "* naturally active you csUUtol rides for Wimbledon. _, Aus Physiology. Bloocl circulation ami "&£*£?£ I J^J££ N >'<*<* " '" 1 " ^ '" "' 'V US I'hvwcal Cultun 'Of worK ' '"""y^ *'" f 0 "" 1 title in the same year, and until I...vi Cup team manaaci ;l Mi„v.,n axeixtaa to Yn| sucrw a Wpmb| la „ Harry Hopman. U_-certajn" Qw JJ 1)im ^ |n .„ ensure that you,footwork will tt „. k IU rlllrt niid ,„,„„,, ofT M lawn taUUI st-irs Frank Sadrman h ,, ... aome lime or other prove a snnfhamplonshlp in succcMiv.>. .., and Ken MeOregor will turn pro|iiii> Vming. a good-looking, slightlyi i..ii.,: immediately altar AusThis does not mean thai <>f 26 hao now won Iralla'l ttatenoa f the Davis Cup Uds who have already made .very major honour that speedway r.exl December. progress must start HII OM V < m I For in additton to She aaya so In a cable to-day again nor do I to """"">. Ibati nap forward with his individual successes he hh* fiom New York to the Moll OUT!" erlU. I %  UM ayfjfan adopt! '''' *"" 1 '" Ml '""o* *>"' ".plained Aujtraba in Tes thl local boy,. On the u.nli.o,, "^ Take thiee paces like tn;gainst England Hi ilopifcaii believe, mat u is m> intention t., help ,.s forward and retreai in the iarno *,riwav work! I. at hit RIM-., the U.S.A. prof.*much a. I fa htrtb njan. r only 1 %  -, j^ff*7*g f,,i H SplSwtfv cannot bi ,..! ,. nmt.iient of gettirui the advancement ot the boxing *>£* J"* *** %  "owing back |liubt#d When he rode In to the btl championship victory / Inu.itil \h"8n tne r nf lhe Cup bv s, r w ,i, i; ni sin, my opinion, was not due to lack "'"v-menls slowly at the comAustralia's nex Governbr-Geie% %  %  rnlnaUon and |ril of I S-'dnman and McUrcgor for a pro.i.. %  I.. i %  Ifltall T •mrnl al Mrir OaM WorpW-An. Minel Psanoani Xartai: UMPWIO Park. York Stovaacnaaa snallord e Avon 10-h Laoa TraaU. Naliutial Co* reed Cnuri Cnantpinii>lti| ifim. Nauonai Of* aitxl Courl Champloii.il I p •fad. BaMai Aacoi HttaU). Xloeh Ion. a \ r v I i-lu -r—Chrpat > • W*Oi>rb> Carh.l. ru„., i.. %  n,.ii. I ii pinhr.vy'ip.i I'tumpn.-Mt. Jiihnns Wii lianu iGB.1 v. Johnny Ar ihtir ,S Alricai al La>tMala< aiarplrrhaa* Ca.li.W OtMa rlrr, Plumplon. Southwell Udi XarlaiNewnutkn i[ilc chaM SnuOi-rll ItWt Oalf: Palaee Moid Tourna %  ii-iii rprquay Raalai re^ainaitch .Nar %  aajribM'. %  liapllClHW ClwlMnham ISIIi Oall PaU.a Hota-I Tourno ni.nlToctiiiay -ifini :* %  %  moian. Sta-aipH" .lia.i v Ueoraa An .. %  I,, "' la raUat. .mile—anil II mi" x ; .. %  ,,, wall ,,rathe, rueful „„, ;,, .e Sedgman ..nd his bride "" """" Kcnalniton thai' ' ="">! '" %  J""uary maKc hls „,,.„.„.. ,.„.," orwardli ai to be called off be, BBaqila I". It It I J"'"'" g iHibllc tutacrii. imrtata tarai ,. ,' *""* vo ", Sclmniin announce,! II ... n. You m,nt be able to senn .. amataur, Sum,,. adoptloi i ivi,. ,,t thin own piston-iwe ten i ear. than all "il %  .""t'-iiy have anThai is not alwajtt right Tin Meanwhile the lloibom Eto) taawcad la Anarall a that aadara u. Ln| aaarofitoi will txplaii nn< toll OWIII-I ,,( Hi l toally mean. '" J 1 no. Radio Oani UW Spetuhutow.. Wimbledon and Ulut gar, will BUI in tinHi , the t'oxe, bora did T l: "" "•' I *l ' latroduatd la iMvebv l'" profjatlonal car para) la laW ha u.v Inur '"' to do so. his Gyninaaium one evening to Holborn Hoys will DC sending .1 A,le r h< had won the WimbVMM him Hound-ntT" fo, till 1 ,,| don singlelast Julv !., with Ilaby Smile* Win n three an, OUld not turn professional and I got th.-r.1 was surprised |o arhlHi the A A A tviii fa raturn here %  • thai Qana rtaKhar possesse who hayf boi n"' 'hit MiHopni.in 1.1.' punching but: nor a sklppin %  1 %  %  i %  1 iad lha tndurani writing about. of a hoaltbj lion, and the tlmm : aaaa chtuitt statin at) agUtty of jm, Drtaeol, n %  • %  Indaai an ,. an say lru ,t he | TllC iM'-t Of lK>th possible I <" l\ sllllt I Ii | iiicncement gradually incrtasing ! t,p an(i ihe two nmncra-UP, in styp-ad. Do not move your le 1 F-.-ddi.Willi.oi.s and Oon Oaklty. f;ir frum the ground it must l>e lumped aln-n tl the Wembley tr:nInlmg iro'cment. o\ whnli iwaapl ttM track far Q. victorv ride round the stadium irtei au nave practised this it may have been Young's slowtime you will maintain cst hde at Wcmhle, It was cer-j l^rfect balance m nui minei„inlv his greatest. TO-NIGHT at 8,30 Puliic Band Concert By kirn' permission of the 1'i.niinissiniu'r of Police under me Direction of Cap). I'.nsi.n On IIAF..TNGS ROCKS FOR S.P.C.A. FINDS .. Marohl' in.aia. will ba %  •< • • llol, x W;.lclns LOI IS L. BAYI.EY Bo I Ion l.ane lh* I ammanol"! Offflrw Admiaaion \l1,1. I ..11. rtt -hl.k ahaald halt fit h-ld an raaadla. Nlibl an. a-.ia.-aa an aca..H al lava i-irlrmanl -ealhrr '''-VAVrWaWtWAVAVaV invited by the An Btai club WATER POLO There will inpr.i.iu.rnatcn> ,i tin Barbadn \ 1 %  : romniciH'c at 4.S8 p in %  The i: 1 I i'A.-l, Q. Jordan 1 B> 11 Pnrteli and M V B. '.I McCleai %  aadlaa* mar. Pal.-y Ch Ilor, Janic %  '.1. 1 %  B. 11 Hunt. 1 • Phylli %  Hill orlds. 1 i Con' Hits 101 Not Out in-.set 1 nic .1thi i doubt vat) tauch II any beginner ub., can C0P1 rdng ai ucoaad H bo dM i doubt It, Then I will pu) V. man in eaw^orj I lr m 11 O "" >" Lir ': '• : %  PUP \NTiirt'*A r '.Vt" 1 "' J,H ,> ">' 1 '' 1 Pne Mi SI Kill %  hnleian) is partfaularty oui j U ling .,. 11. !, %  : %  Uauani to him by in• of p] ly, tha icon v..1 Tl %  %  .1 la hows uutl Bklppor Qera 1111 MM u cajataal %  HI nnirigj Irw ludi %  is. iibit 5 aVaoa '>g. and Uv a 1 whteh Ennnly by itartlng th.light wa> with capable handling 1 Tlu\ il Do h liver 'lime a, — -•— — K_ PZSS'UO <5AV£ OUT WTM 218 REASOr.5 WMY rr WAS FOO SM FOR BELFRy TO BUY A SUMML PLACE—-A\D -J£RE'S SOW> F picTjRcs cf me MWSE .: %  .^s c t BTTBR \Z*> JP-*T GUMS f ant IKOVS OM A PUUBy |immv ll.ulo %  JbSVT THEY OOH'T X4?PE>< cc6s = COUPLE 1 s,na we SOUSJT w is -re L £M,CW0.' MORO for KIDDIES Scatters & Galloping Horses!! Yes MOBO Bteana ion lor Rirls and bova— null WO have fun sci'jii". em. So come on in nnil join us We'll show you Rrouro* & Mi'i rv ui'KoiMids Tol-t >cles. Scrsoten.— mure |0Y| than a m dream> of! Xnil a word to Mum & Had they're Mrnnc and inexpensive MtB< TOYS k. R. II....IaCf Co.. aLtel. FACTOR\ 1VIANAGERS FOR THE REPAIR SEASON Wf HAVfa a a T, M WHEEL VALVES SCREWED FEMALE ENDS Brat 2"; 24"; i" d M PLUG COCKS Si RCWKD FEMALE I Size .-; | | <: M GLAND COCKS • BRASS STEAM t Size, V : %  • G M TEST COCKS ST NOSE ., "I'l %  baa ', . a nUIFIl STEEL STAUFFER LfURICATORS No. 2; 3; t; S; 8 a HP SCREW DOWN STOP COCKS FEMALE END Size %" • HP SCREW DOWN STOP COCKS FOR LEAD i • C.M SIGHT FEED I.LRHICATORS WITH CYI.INDRICAI. Ol.ASS Size I • SPARE CI^SSFS \ WASHERS FOR ABOVE CALVANIRF PIPE At FITT1NT.S All S. • STFAM PIPE A FITTINGS All Sizes It Out thi Add & Ret.-tin for R CENERAL HARDWARE s i ippuS RICKITT STREET tOppo.lt. Poet OfBeel PHONE 418



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Till RSDAV OTTOBF.R 5. 1S! RARRMOS ADVOCATE I'AGE THREE House Will Discuss Maude Bill Again Today Committees Section For Consideration THE HoilM Of Assembly meet UMI;IY .it .1 pni to cofw tuidcraUon of ihf local Government tiiii wl i Committee. During a MVCO-houi %  %  Bill on Tuead LI Clau* .i with % %  • %  %  I i The Clauses already considered deal w
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, October 02, 1952
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
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VESltROAY S WtATHW RfcPO*T
Chinese Communist
War Prisoners Riot
\vaiii\. inn r'n. ihi. \oii: o\ KOHI %\ IIIO.VT
45 Reds Killed;
120 Injured
General
Naguil)
Cheered
' Oct. 1.


I 1 SAN; KORFA. (Vi 1.
i
i battle between !'
that threntn
ihi d : I land
The battle between United States infantryinei
ones, barbed
.
Do.uun Chines.- i, m< '
5.000 Communists arc imprisoned
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lid not

I'tijtht from i- I
l.ad* barrlend. -
walls forming ihe foundation M
new winter quarter-- for the cp-
tiv<
The announcement said that
two platoons about TO men-
' ompound seven of
uabai three A
when prisoner- refused to obey
order of the? Camp Com-
mand" : stop the dcnintistratinn.
i *nt i : ,11 I COO*
ouafc
". ho said
11 unification
You :n-
i> le OUT DUltrc Ann yo
i*1 it succeeds".
......
lionghohi ^>f iml
tration had begun *>* ""t riou
tifter cuards moved In to organln
detail* to continue work on wii IBBa. treaty with
rtera. Communal- (l.ium- Britain, Egypt'* good a
eri Hed biinncri ami delled Unit. thi >uxhoiil tho
Rules Infantrymen to art against amitd". General Nagmb declared,
them It was the first such open; Tl now ue-
teAance since para trooper s unrli- ice under
'hen Brig. General Haydrtn L lha BTVB mis
BoatOOr launched a drive thai
hed prisoner deflnncr nn Koje i The PretniW will return
Cuban Delegation Wan!
New Agreement For
Bigger Sujrar Markel
; From (hir Ovi < urrespuiiden.1 >
Ocl 1
i., the International
LEAVING the White House is Ceor-
gl Zarubln. new Soviet Ambassa-
dor to the U. S after he presented
his credentials to President Tm-|
man. He told the latter that the
Union la "striving" to
maintain friendly relations wilfr
the U. S. The Chief Executive *-
sured ./-inibin that the United
States "desires only to see a world
*ere
I !viand last June
Former Method*
-ommand said prison-
'revertti
i violence*1 in challcng-
ng United Nations authi
day's outburst wu the bloodiest
-onflirt smcc United Infantryman
broke Communist resistance on
Koje,
A few minor incidents have
taken phut In Uu united Nations
prison camp* since but the> had
been quickly siipprcsaod under the
t' N*s "get tough1, policy
Communists have found *ueh
incsdenta In prison < an
.1 eonsJderBOM propaganda value
U.S of
da ugh 11 rtSBneri and of
pommJttlna persecutions" bi
I again'! their
w.r
Liberals Lead
In Japanese
Elections
II. IRMsl Mulll Kit in
TOKYO. Out I,
Conservative parties led by
Yoshida's "Liberals'
W. u raturna poured m from Japan's
pnri election since the end of
Allied oecupatloo.
Ineoinpii te roturni apparently
the election ol 152 can-
1 OUM of the
Diet from three parties
generally regarded as Conserva-
n\, At tan In to-day*s elec-
tions wan fi n Uppt
House is not affected in the bal-
loting.
Liberals led
tweep when 117 Of 'I
dates won seats in
ported a* yet,
Incomplete figure* indicat-J
thai 35.000.OUo Japanese went la
the polls or seventy-five percent.
of the electorate. The turnout
broke the previous record of 7*
percent, set in 1H41 Liberal party
rould indicate that the
Japanese people approve Premier
policies of close Co.
Bevanites Launch
New Campaign
ICORSCAMBI i
Oct. 1.
i ha pertj within perl el
Aneuun Bevan launched a new
campaign to make Britain- future
foreun polici one strongly oppoa-
ed to that 01 the United States.
nUBbed Bff victory in '
Motion at t .
labour party conference here,
platform
today to push for more aacialb-t
i I Hgn |>olicy
I
Delta town*.
Kiu rU-icplu.n
... ,.i
almost equally lumultou
turn wtW n I i v. i if Sift.i !
re in- * i
Cgta ii | hKiO"*
e throng aheered UM
. i ii .hi hour,
Enrnute i'< Sif'a. the General
i | I \ i .
lev a of the earporal who was
th ..ni. man killed In the Juh
read Kji|
Parouk's fl
to the tokUai -
hundred
,,mind* t'.P.
M.Ps To Visit
West Indies
iron our O-- ( iim><"> '
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. I.
i B Ithtll VrmhiM ol PB
liament- and I'
111 toil
bai of Brltlsl Waal Indian i
i
all memi Hi d (ting
,
weaMh Partlamantarj ahmh-i.iHi
and the Trinin.iii bnu>
prising all mnnl- i- of the I't:
III Date
Informally October ID I il
rrangetnenl foi then f<,i i
five-day stuy in the COtOQj.
poaernmenl spoki
i.. i wife, and] U
list Richard H. B Croaimai..... 1 to the vis
thai Hi,. II P will have
states policy. look at Inbour condition*
Deration with the I'nited States grew weaker
nd the West C.P.
Grossman began un.l. ;
rage of luud boos when tie said
ha had toned Iowa U 111
afti'i winning plaea on the panv
b iald 'i
action at believed
faclnf" demanded b'
in thai
attacks on Bcvanism.
quite In
evitable if the rearmament rat
continue*. The arst i,
is that Kussia and the Unite-
Slates are getting stronger win
'rent while the rest of u
' isl services.
L.S., U.K. Differ On
Approach To Iran
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Aiu'lu-Air.i'i ua:; dilleit'i
replyiruj In Irai Ian Ptejtnici .1 '. i
Umatui .,.
en to weaken the joint Ir.ml put m thi Tt una
oRaV
Wedneeday,
D 5 -Til I M Ol '-NKRh r
R :; front
i lug < ..... dphotoj
i
The Cub i -lUndlng
bis week's special committee
nvi eeei
*d up an .. 505
ldgUie.ir
Df Arturo
Manas, m,i- for Cut
i' is his hose
thai U N wll talu it up
The M-year-otd Doctor aald nil
more to)
Britain aaa youi
d iiulmii
f Cubet uV not dan -
1 piro pro- '
in, |
l| la hi-
said "to!
..tvlng alt
1
in
.-liar '' i
impan'ii'd
Doctor Man
also sai< thai 1
ad.
, nf ti
i the BV
On ti|i of son-1
, .i whh
l, Doetdi
tanas said that Cuba is preporcj
.:her 500.000 tona a year
for sterling
-We would uee terlli
more mar: In Drl'-

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Referendum
Bill Postponed
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More Affiliates Favour
CJJC Meeting In B'doe
GEORGETOWN. B.G.. Sept M
Two nine ol m\ British Guiana aflUatea <( the Carib-
bean Labour Congress are in favour >' "t a full
<>f the organization in Barbados r<> conatdi I
member organizat.ons not being permitusd s^V'i^^u
, Id Federation of Trade Unions and thai .. ^TsobolA
Strong Russian
Delegation To U-N.
B] IIINRV SHAPIRO
MOSCOW, Oct. i
i;ua added two rooie
ace diplomats Wednchday to its
delegation to the I'mtcd Nations
.\- Doeeta in New
i 14.
Mr. Andrei Gromyko. Ambassa-'
dor to Britain and Ark.di BobO-
lev. Ajnbaaaadoi to 1'nland were
named i<, I

. l i.. |
rembly meeting. Ttn
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i
i
-
today from London ana
nMl
Pi
Alcide
Chrtettan Deno
<*i>mmunist led i .
ight and wen s.
of measuie I
tion to set up naehinerj
I......feiendum
r of the London branch of C.L.C
Ttaaag are the British Guiana__________________________
Labour Union and the Cosmopol-
itan Workers Union and their
stand on the invitation from
i
Barbado- the Con-
.
, meeting of the
n< ii ngreai In Jamaica in
Ider n'cs.
n
. Ki Union
Council and the People's Pro-
...
too great importance Cot
>
decide
Thi i t Honourabla
Aden to purge Wc
-
came With Ule estab-
hshment recently of n
lean Regional Organization of DM
* nil Confederation '
C.P.
ill attend D r.
LMVaTTS HII. U.V\ ISA I IS SAI I IT
iCKKVLTVWO. iDVtSOt
Mr A de k Prampti
tral Adviser to tl
I OeA'elopmen1
ad on the
3th October in order to '
second meeting of thr I
body of
Farm Ii
He will return on the 10th I
October.
Ocl 1
1
,it dowi

a legisl i
in it..
The show <>f l i
i Um Government piopuaal i
put aside the referendum bill, ai
t'i gtVO Hi-t inimit, t. .i ineasui
ii v,i up (i tuaeenw Court Bot
Ihe cov
. lad t i in Italy'a 19* i

nlve ti i
ight of
.

o.r.
Sit (George S pflnr Crown Agent
So- John <-..: i
/Vgtni loi tin rttioniei and s.
larold Dowiiu, flarnaij Crow
.>gem will retire iuih Apr I
.96% The
Bog COaOt ..iiled S.:
i ollar, DaveJo]
Organisation and Itntish Co-
Commi -
rev/n Age-
.
a term *
Governor -i s -
nd next yeat. to
Qtvn Ag tafci
Vrujjs Shotiltl Be
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i> highly
lanl thai the
onsulted In the

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ted Stul'
'M i." ar urtneotlng
(SB the
foi such a de-
ation,
ti inal ihe Amar-
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kin regard-
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while n Ii
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-ll'l |i.iwnlii-'k
era "i thousand i >>( dottai t
trading in faka \i eellerj
ding t" ra.
auig lodged ''
the beat pawnshops for large
ied at so-
uths! 'bargain" prktei to unaua
tvea and ordlnar
folk l men inasquerarl-
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la the racket
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... ,,..i> ol .. ild banal
irgaln" In .. rmt-of-Spain
salesman flrtt
anted S3t"i foi ihe banglaa bni
than 1104
I a"' th
lunglca teatad it a reputable |e* -
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n i thai nay were gold-eovara
. ..uih'i i- i-wgiur
M-f m>rtsemet Utwn to
thai tin", hud ti.ken in
. paid
. lot ol ......If' '" ,t
Foreign
Policy
Football
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First U.S. Ship
I fft/iffirtf To Fire
iwttidiHl Missiles
PABIB Ool i
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.ii hip equipped :>
we tiue guided m
i
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ii .i Klmball
KJmball alao t<>i i, renee thai uw i
lo rush boenba to Buropi
. asc of war.
ii. .it ii.iu.< the guided
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thai It waa equipped *nh guided
boot down d
that othej haw
... tion agali I
. war
i r
mi,.
i wOl me.
nulit with
iduntei i
i E> mg through Mi< h gan rharaa
thai ratanoi
ill ...it of
( dUb)
He salil ltd hoi
epubllcai
ran Detnoi
. hme bu
i.ke them ;
I
Surrcuileis
: rrumaa gavi
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in man Kallyll, Monl
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uatfusas busoi it
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the Umteu
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poaala.
rb* uMimaf ewpsn i Satunla
and speedy uction will \-
. .|. though M.*>tr*h ha
i goal '
in talk- Ih Brtt
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Vliddletoi
ii would at
There have been earlier .sugges-
tions in Teheran th it I
,.. u> ''
II
i*h Ainhass.il'" In B
,-. ;
arlv understniiding
state Departmenl in.....a*i>h -
.! the need i" keei- ui
front in view ol
known hVetl
the ilhance
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uiw nil d hi
noes t
' hicaep. However, thi W onal
I< i .Mi..... did not revi
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ntenune .....naat
A.n..r and we *(
v asori the No-
vembei tk i lion t'.P.
Freighter
Left Zenith

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i left waterlogged to
It alf i" freight*
two days, .hi) oj Barbw
atory was Riven i.
Alfred Petal
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with the "Zenith"

off a freighter wtv
flad .. few dasa ..."
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.
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dltlon thai
ovar to inn
WhMi Captain T.u '
offer, the freiB'tieT len
U.S. Writer Will
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Tour Satisfactory

OS AN INSPECTION TOUR oX a hospital in Alexandria. Egyptian
Premier Otn Mohammed Nagulb paoaes to eachanci salntes with a
yonna patient Hanag onaUd King faronk and two prcmlera Naauili
now i* sarvmi i. Ms own minister of defense and i
navy in addition to holding tfce premiership.
I"lational .SoandnhotOi




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taraat." t
ral

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Mr. 8.E.V Lukr CMC To
Succeed Sir George Seel

State fir the
Ial amount*
Was
I um Hoiii.li I'IhmIimI
III Mfxicou Virliiirr
inxico ( ity. ?. i i,
Oenei I Di
. s-i.mvict
..ii..!,,. Bahetellae, 48.
>, -w si,.... pro i i
n.. 11 i t" . ii knee n loot
Iplc parUclpaoU
ii the plenum "f a In

Ui gad |aM,000 inauran a
ii, ild both i
the alleged
ihi ih i plane
..i "onlj - htn I

mm i.it.ly rc-
ild ., diligant"
Mean- ',
other persons n.iudin|
,ii llano's brother, weti
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... t.i ringer, jnd
taaa producer Ii the hust>and ot
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I .k. Wurnttl UMHki
Iran OH -Puri'liUM'*
WASHlN'iTO
Hesponslble quarters said m
A'.Klnesda. that Ilritair. has told
Ihe United ItfU hgt
l...light from Iran in Uv
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gentle] buyers before
Britain eat

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Jones han been f
in Iran where Ids pr--
lay be planning I
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Whenever you
remember-
want a cigarette
It's the TOBACCO that counts
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PACT TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THIRSDW (MTOBfR.1 l.-.2
Qahib Qcdlinq
Rupert's Sprinp Adventure43
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LAJ>Y 8m.....fill Hutimt R.-ilnt
:.in- ...

A
Kloi Otl M
I I.
Itiri (w tin I'm//
t ; IND MM u I
I'tiiii" Ki'iilul
the British
Mr. Cecil
.
I-
Pianist
unban and
Mr. Gerald Hudson. A
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on Tueada
Mr
ten ..
//../ Shirt Iful Skirl
Tl
<.- igether Club mi
their lannil Hot a Hoi Ball
. : n
niflM Octobt
Hudson. A.H I t
I
id the ,
Hi II

hot shirt
and hoi shut. Ad mil Ion will be
IQMlon.
Kcturiii'ff
MIL W Wood HOUSE,
B.A., Ituilding 1* vi top-
im-nt AdvlMi- to Development and
returned from Trlnid'l
I A. <>n Tuesday last.
1 MMMMlMM Ii'i tin ii
Included dm-
iliar piece* ehosen from
8d HbM OtteA Rach-
maninofl
Mr. Jack reoalvt i
llUN from an appreciative
.nd ..Ithough this was
vnaag not the first inn. tor
I g yet another chance In
i to his keen musical inter-
irebli i station, wait indeed a treat.
Mora recitals ,f this nature are
lulred in (his island when one
ling*
raalli t-nim
and n
i MM) thi> vill not be Mr.
1 I tart appearamr baton
members and their
1 Dd moat certninlv not to
dteti public in i
1 itlon i- nrtondod
lo the Cultural OAcei c4 the dub
ind t<> the RcpM'Miit.itivi v ol the
BriU h C >un Itecital possible.
S/H'til SiimrtHi ItuliiUiv*
Mi QSOBGI I kick, stud.t.'

the Weal ti
MB, AND MRS MAURICE D Jamaica b) H.w 1 A i i...
VERTEUIL at
Tninnfrrrrtl
i pending Um sumnwi boll-
with hi*
lies.
Mr end
Arts.
. chili
bad ho .,(.
in W'.r/ivl.i. returned
Sunday by ii.w la vte Trinidad
as guests at Mareaol Beach Rail
St. La
"iiMnied by Mr.
t .net and then
t i children who have also bee
. .i holiday hare M
iimet _..
Schlumborgor Bar- aftai spending -
Vleing Co.. Venezuela. UOB Wtl
M"
Slmli-nl It. him,
|l< 11 GOODINa
i ft until inn isjcure |
t.S I! K i HiNZAI.KS .-,.- .in
I I from TlilUdad over
he weekend. She waa accom-
panied by her mother Mrs. Scott-
Johnston.
Mis. Gonzales has come over to
join her husband who has been
here for six weeks. He has eieen
' by the Barclays Bank
vaca- which to
take
Will Imihvr Wmjmi
Studies
MISS ADELINE WAITER
Assistant Teacher of the
b iron Girls' School, lap
1 m I A ..n Mnndg)
last for the U.S.A.
'. iker i-i on a m month-'
holiday and during her tay thare
will he the guest of her cousins
Mr. A Cuthbert Walker. Attorney
at Law. and Dr. Clairmoote
Walker.
She hops* to continue her
musical studies at the Boston
University of Music during that
time.
Ttiirhin/: \j./H>intmvnt
MR. EUSTACE GILL, a formei
pupil of the Lodge School
left the island on Friday afternoon
by B.V.M.A. for Kingston. J,.r
where he has taken up a teach-
ing appointment at the Excelsior
School. Kingston.
Hi is "he son of Mr. and Mrs
Gill of Maaslah Street, St.
John.
Ttiim For Trinii/ml
TH E Barbados Welghtliftlng
Tcum to take part in tba
H..I W.-igiitiifitng Com-
petition in Trinidad. left by
H.W.I.A. on Monday. They
were M. H. Webster (Coach).
Edwin Rogers. C. Jackman, E.
Ihmglas. R. Goddard. B. Grant. G.
Jordan. G. Nicholls and F\ Miller.
Olvmj)iti livnvral Hinting
'TWIE members uf Olympfa
M. Sports Club will hold Unit
general meeting at Queen's Park
..fternoon at 4.30 p.tn.
Among the Hems on the agenda
will be a ballot of new members,
ind officers.
For 4 nmc Ruptri n ipMchku
"II inn smi on (hot iri
bt torn* o* tHc wooden ol tt.r
connirr." My* (he firmer. Vo
haw faved lbs hedge and rhe
iteei end iht inu. (bough food-
tt.i knowi whK |M w.u ,,.
hen. Mcin.hiU .ou deteret ra
^^e STARS* *
Look in the section in whuh >um birthday .
nd what your outlook Is. according to the stars.
FOR THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2 1952
Siva these lor youtsell." Ha
a.vei over the grapes and a peach.
'Ob. thank vou, how topping!"
.tea Rupert ayina, goodbye he
'.mi off and-nest minute he tpiea
I cerlily headinf tor Pc- ~
BM
m >
-r,-l' -,
e what I've
Clubs May
Co-operate
LONDON.
Another London club planning
Coronation scats is the Royal Aero
Club in Piccadilly.
They have engaged a firm of
architects to make a stand for
300 people. It will be built on the
cantilever principle, with a striped
canopy in Coronation colours.
Members will ballot for seats
which will cost about 12 12s.
aMh, including breakfast and
lunch.
To avoid a hotch-potch of
styles, the adjoining Cavalry and
Royal Air Force clubs are con-
Mderlng employing the same ar-
chitects to build their stands
-LEU.
fin I/in 's Bahamas
Another Delay
NASSAU.
A meeting of creditors of
ButUn's (Bahamas) Ltd. in
Nassau has agreed to a further
adjournment of three months of
:in- hi-iimg of the winding up of
the concern. Mr. Stafford Sands,
a Butlln official. Is completing
negotiations for the purchase of
the Grand Bahama camp by Mr.
William Dunn, of Chicago
tMarck 21April
VI
problem U DK SjV
OUgh 10 r.JtIOIl
f TAUatUi
1 April 21 to May :
OBMXNI
^j May 21-Jnaa 21
CANCER
Jtuu W July 03
I LEO
1 July 24Aug.
othc!* than af
rbadians In
BOOBPIO
Oct. 24Nov. 22
PUT your linger on any part (
tbt ttobe ind youll prol
Phaen the* ! i
I. ,.,!
in Liverpool arul
'unit.'i in I. ti-
ll Li . .\
ow, tin- in-
dustrial cai Ital ol Bcotlandi in
Edinburgh, the real capital. I met
and two others an living In Ai" i
hate an just
Ihe main 'lirouifl. ||
this court. and Ml of than
rloing wall
Take r<.i Inatance Adall t *
Patrfcdi ..! praaanl AaaliUi i..
( Ilt|tlment ..' S.
Of Am
deen and Morva Leslie 23 n
old Barbadi..i. who two (rear
gave up hei job m bank i li rb
. ludj .
ScoUand. 'Morva baa nevar np-
,'rettcd has dsjcisi
she was awarded the Jo
rue for the l*>*l prac-
tical mirsi- during Uic first ycaar of
training, plus three other awards
' nurses in the general
training school Morva is a stu-
dent nui tfai s, .i,
Oral Ho pital, Cla-gnw.
Educated .,i &. Winifreds
BcbooL she came to Scotland in
AuuiiNt ifl.so to begin a new
W* Whs Mn-iiLi.' "BecauM1".
-. I've always been In-
Injll." From the above
results she.has shown just how
I ihe is.
a still llnds time <
nia, rtockej .ot swimming in be-
tween her rtudle
likes living In Glasgow. With t.
1 n uralnini ..head, ife
ys it is rathi r early
many p] lllura.
a.i i, ntaPatrlck, IB-yi
son pi Mi ind Hi I
Patrick ol "Eureka", I .
Road. Christ Church cam* U>
In IMI to study soil
oiiu. .,: Abardei n Unl
Kit,- sj he is known to most of
la, was educated at Har-
h whan in 1943 and
l4 he gamed the Oxford and
Schc* I ( rtnlcate and
he following year obtained the
buord ami CambrtdM B
Higher Certificate. He also holds
i lull honours certificate ol ih.
iyal Drawing Society.
Altei winning a Bovel Scholar-
ship hi July 194.1 he entered the
Imperial CoUag* ai Tropical
Vgricultura, Trinidad and in ihree
warded the college's
liploma.
The first three years in Scot-
land were spent in study and rc-
saartb m soil science ami in Mav
19.11 he submitted a thesis on this
the degree of Doctor
t PUloaoph] Two months later
i Hie degree.
EMPIRE
>i- io'.i- Tomorrow 2.3* A l.3t
and continuing Ifctily 4.43 A g.30
yVAlTED-LONG
REMEMBERED'
BURT
|ANCASTFR
Fall men
pflV Pill. FOSTER
Like lus father, he is a keen
l-lioioiirapher. and has been con-
centrating on the adaptability of
mlour photography to soil science
In addition to his work and
photography, he plays a great
deal of rugby and has developed
a great liking for mountain cllmb-
ng.
in ins present post, he Is con-
inulng to carry out research on
IIh soil with special reference to soils
of "i>ie temporate regions". His
future plans? "Fltz" says. "I plan
10 remain in Scotland as long as
possible where tarourablt condi-
Uom fin* research are to be found,
especially now that we have )ust
moved m to new laboratories".
and follow through t..
methods, marketing > fullj
watched. Be tuned to detect unxp<<
good openings. ^
Your day's indic.itior.s saj your aflb sk
win naad in
Waste no time oil non-
caeentials. Be on the beam! jl.
* \
As with Taurus now. you will
extra .are in bow you approach other.. JQ\
Conduct important thing* 'irst and well
* *
May bo dull in spots for i
business routine. Concentrate on what you
know you cat bassos* properly. Private
affairs honoured. )|*
* *. ,
Bright rnys for heart interests, family -^
S3 matters. Butuiej-s investments, travel, ask mf
more care Watch outsuie influences, seek
* *
Practically in same boat as Leo todav.
Aug. 2Saspt 23 i^evel-headedness can help considerably.
T* Your are not alone in bard chores, strug- Jf
gles. Unseen fneiuis pulling for you.
^K LIBRA Unmistakable lessons before us In what J^
aept 24Oct. 23 comes from arrogance nnd other such ego-
tUtlc Ills. Work against these trouble-
msjoan .,iv.i.-. Jtr
V.
Accept graciously any increas,. in au- ^
thority, gains, courtesies. Don't change
attitudes or quality of work in unwarrant-
ad uutdon ^t
* k H
Try to avoid a tendency to pass up hard .
Jar -Dee. 29 r ,,,,,,,1, tasks lor easy ones. Use your +(
all-round capability to conquer hazards
with good humour la .
May have \tra load but don't allow it
81 to cause doublS, krrltatkKL Ik- your seri- .
OUS. practical. lOOd humoured self ^
No irt-up m Kim* unaolead situations? ^
Keep on the IntatU lent, logical side. Some ^
personal mutters very favoured.
* *
StratftKoni. diplomary cun make a bulls ?
< m today. Daart noci to ba . inlui >
._ discern good from bad. ^
4t YOU WHIN TIlllAY 1 ^
chatnclerislli's. Vou can l>e reh.il upon 10 lnjlh derco to do
^the ritht thinns tor all corner,,,,!, nothing Jim,,),.,nd. 1 ..uoul
* you Naturally calm. UIUI ,, r'u *
^ be arouscl to (ujoroui ml ' llu, *
*"T"'V ********
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TOBAY ONLY Ml aaasl Ml P.M.
iitciiKss or iiiaho
Esther WILLIAMS- I.. IWBJ M.NSON
and
PlAsCA THEATKEi
443 a S30 pin
IIOI III \V All AIM'
K.ilx-il Mlt.-hi.m A
-T1TCOON"
J..hn Wmyrw
MORVA LESLIE (l.iftl of B.ubado nrl Jai.. t r^i.^ih^raon. -tudent
nurse* at thr> Southern Oanaral Hosplt.il. ticUgeW, esarains llio prises
they won at their last annual examin.it.
in "Hnii. fit, Oiaapowj
GENUINE BOHEMIAN
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PENDANTS. RINGS, EARRINGS. NECKLACES. BRACELETS
ALFOXSO B. UK I l>l A A 4 O., LTD.
OPPOSITF. i .1 um Mill -
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ATTENTION HOTEL KEEPERS
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'PHONE 1220


Till RSDAV OTTOBF.R 5. 1S!
RARRMOS ADVOCATE
I'AGE THREE
House Will Discuss Maude Bill Again Today
Committees Section
For Consideration
THE HoilM Of Assembly meet UmI;iy .it .1 pni to cofw
tuidcraUon of ihf local Government tiiii wl
i Committee. During a MVCO-houi *-
Bill on Tuead LI Clau* .i with
. I i
The Clauses already considered deal w
nto three areas for the purpose ol local <> v
nt and tU constitution. Local Fred ,. ..,, pro-
visi<.ns us to members and meeting of Local Authorities
and Elections, and offences relating to fallun
teitain provisions.
Q| that] m of offic*
I
wit* Coo mitteei >r on Jannan II * !* I of on
no joint < omrru I \^ni i
i>nrii.. ,.f ,|K. Dm
m TUffAay, th-Select Committre ,. An_ utditional amendment
SUm Kll I I II l\ I HIS f.RMAN llt\l\ UHMR

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the Clan
I
0, the '"
I 21 A .
Aidciman and CoOnell'
ol the District Council m'' !; '
i ntiHad to i e p ild Um Mini of
is (or each meeting of
ihmk reasonable. ln* Council of h<
'.liiinal sub-clause as ac*. Commlt^e th*te< i '
Um BUI was that the Dis- attended, bu* no iucn \
to UM f*"Un*i'lor shall h, paid i
Chairman the reasonable travel- frenter sum thtin forty dollars in
Other axpenaej inciden- reaped of suth meetings attend'11
'al to his office, in any one calendar vear.
. ,. ,_, II. G. (NMmliu (L) anid
Mr. ,. II tdims (L) wanted that he would accept the amend-
to Know why the Select Commit- ments to sub-clauses 2. 3 and 1
-had put the sub rlause In but not the unendmenl dealin,;
rnpreheoelva way. Al- with clause 21 A. which had just
tnoaA h* was nut opposing it ho been read by the honourable junior
felt that it should have remained member for St. Lucv. Government
t out In the original leli thru section 140 made pro-
for expenses incurred in
Councillors. The
Asian Defence
Conference
This Month
Bi
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\ which iii take place


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If you suffer
from acid
indigestion..
. .'Doha'ana tvekj pbm *wtft afef G | Dols. wille* row HOBMCfe to ncutrsi-inng the aeceai *.'! Mossgg "w cause ol the lioubk. I' to be taken In *aier so that m MK'ihiritf lohatoa mom quickly re*, he* all the inftVncd roocosa nt i be stomach wall
First Official
Appearance
railroad repbesem ativuh. pottca i a then
the Labsch Hamburg ssuarsas, which jumped tie rail*
sons, Injuring 35 seriously Ace! v.
was wrapped around the bridge p
peratioux on seenr of wink nt
nl llaubtirK. Ociuitnv. killing nine per
i extricate, trapped victim-. Car nhown
Iphofe
'n Touch With Barbado
Coastal Station
um
tee that the
Council 'liould
vuimvu H. Mr. Adams raid il v-.
w.K.(..xia) moved th;it travelling by Councillors. The matter of I BW1 being judge ir
!k.Ca ^J1 Postponed In order nxmbers of the Vestry were no" his own cs i ed lh|
.iJif Jinrlfn* r*mun*r"l'on pa'd. but the member* of the the appointment of the retm
w- iT 5fr- Hnuw were They happened to officer mted with the Dlstx.el
-L L.T'i^ \h> S,i!ld S? !* !p"llliv'' bw,>- rwpon-nbl Council at it> Annual
n was^ agreed in Select Commit, for legislation whereas the Council meeting
chairman of the was more or less an administrative The Clause was sut i
receive a salary body, hence the two bodies were passed, and the two tu<
. that was why a principle not at all on nil fours.
was agreed to.
He said that at the present Large Districts
moment the Churchwarden of
Christ Church received a salary "e utd that die districts as set
of $]u0.oo and the post would be out "' ,he schedule were some-
that of Chairman of the District. whal lar*e ana be thought that
it was right that any expenses
Travel Incurred In travelling by a coun-
cillor or by a member of a sub-
Mr. C) T. Allder (I) imed committee should be paid by the
W1U) Um View exprcswd by the Council.
nonourabw member for St. Mr- ' *:- Melller (Cl said that
^Express' Warns Against
More Concessions
Claussw passed without debate
The IsMSSe a.eesHe.1 without
debate an ameadmrnl u< Cl task
26 tu the effect thai a voter
must three months immrdUleK
prior to an election, be ordin-
arily resident In the local gov-
ernment electoral area, and Ute
nest four rlastaes were sireed
to without discussion.
The | iWialiasg io>ii>oncd
I'll" ON U-wi (.irr..l.c.
LONDON. Ocl I

i>u paon
el) attack-
to by the i it ill-
Espress I tfXUgnl Use
r:\pre** uraM Use Presudaol ol tie

any kind which will pri
with furl er I
larked
develop
"- < ment of the '""kins; over Clause 21. sub- sideraU^n ") Clause* 31 win
Clause. He said that the Chair- fl-'"-** 2 nf the original Bill, he deals with the disquulincati'"r N him
man of -he Work Council might 'ound that the southern district for office, and Clan- 11 was
have to do some travelling when wa" entitled to five councillors passed with an amendment that of tin- Cubai
they got The parishes amalga- n"d be would like to know what
mated. The Chairman might be bad caused th- change to four.
^mMlfdVncJ ^-sJhV^a He Mi ** w" necessr>-
ft he :,,f"lrs ** ,he P"'h. -nrt die
light even have to do
ravelling than the Mavor
ig th
n i iuon
Itr EL C.
M 140 made
travelling expenses for
changes they were making
(L) said I
every-
Mr. O. T. Adder (I) said that
he hoped no dlscrimina'.mn would
nko place between the Chad man
of the Work Council aDd UM
Mayor.
Mr. (J. H. Adams that a Mayor in charge of .,
an are., with a population of half Although he
I million people only got 500 principle of th.
a year. He also lold the House \**?'
thai it was the Central Govern- ntly.
ment who would have to come
to the rescue Of the local Gov-
ernment.
Mr. V. B. Vaugtuu |l| said that
It a ha lion of the Mayor of
Kingston were nothing to com-
pare with the present Church-
warden of Bridgetown. It they
envisaged the same functions for
I and Corporation, there
was no comparison with regard

supposed tn have far reaching
rmvtsson "l^,l<,'1 "" the functions of ibe tee accepted, also without i
-------.' local government in the island. bale, an amendm-m
He said that they should not from six to ,hree col
Kit there gMbly and without due mnmll, the |KTiod during which
ration make changes ius; Councillor may fail to attend
because they wanted a change mretlngs without hiving ti
because the future destiny of local Vncnte his nfflce
government In the Island was Clauses 35 and 36 were greed
dependent upon the fundamenta' -D> an(j a proviso addeii b
changes which they were making. 37 that if notice of p casual
greed with the
p person elected to the other of l-xaeetn, uyi he slu in
Mayor or Chairman of a Cnuneil room MB of the plush Clarldgcs
or Alderman or Councillor should Hotel in 4 rfatr and
make declaration of aeeaptan ill sugar".
of office within 7 days Instead of It was Dr MeiW who "id "We
14 as was proposed in the orlgn Inci your go>
Bill. mportt Cuban
Clause 33 was agreed to Wil Id not dasno.
debute, and th<- Comm I 1
'

I low'.'
The Kxpirai
the eoo-
1 1 to be in tin- sain
' .1.
lip li -I Tli
tnfami
vacancy in the office of a Coun- ruban '
Bill he felt that ciUor U given .0 the Clerk of the
hould not pass, the clauses council within two mm
Dismayed
fore the llrst day of January II
any year in which an
election |s to he held such
vacancy shall be tilled al tn*
of Cou
and if the person
gu rai lea I

Mr. C. i Islsoa axpri
musnon
Ion.
the
Ion would result in the relvnliou
of power by '-hose who are now
ill po*el lit the tl
Mr. Mapp was oppo^eu to UM
idea ol payiAjt Councillors im
atlLiidmg iievlings, and swiu Uul
meanbeni should be wiliing k)
111c non-iymeni ol council- STiSfi,t?%TSi, Ipr Hduil
U- i that the Poor Law
Administration in Jamaica was
the function of the Government *'ve. u*> J,omf f IhJc,/J,nV".."
.if that colony and was not the 1U interest of the welfare of 11,
responsibility of the Corporntlon. People.
Mr it ; Mpp .|.i .,,! '" ummlee pointed out that ZjC
Wing the fact that they to as much m money was involv.-,.
had not yet decided on th" ,l was matter for the Goveiu-
salsry for the chairman Uiere ".e-a to bring the matter before
wos no harm in poP*>nna the ln'
clause.
year then, notwithstanding an>
'ithcr proelghsn of the Act. t>.
t- rm of ottVce of th.- person si
electnd to flU Such vaaaj
be for 3 years.
Clnuse >t and 39 were passer
and Clause 40 amended to pro-
vide for a efx-moi '
iniprlfionrnesit, alternativ.' lo
$500 nne where a returning officer
onducl an election.
flnuae 41 Amended

1',.1
1
'.4k who
had sustained Britain kit twe
ruggjini
H ifiv- n
igar plant
iliut
npt b^fh' r
1 lareaa
Pssct i>e< 1
:. President of Ihe Board
.
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-.'ket.
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Disagreed
41 was amended to In-
Mr. Talma qmstioncd whethei elude tho concealing of nomine- tunity < stbetanrlblly Lncn
tiie House was not still the cusu>- tion papers an offenia in Uks> mini eseporti M
the taxpayers pur*e manner as defacing or destro-
Mr.
strings, and stressed that it
If. Adam* it) said that a niatler to be decided by the
he could not agree with the House.
motion by the honourable mem- Mr. Adams said that experience
s* Tliomas for postpone- had shown Uist in most cases.
r UN ( :., He dl not even m the United Slates. Central
knciiv whethir the honourable Government had at some time or
membe- wns in favour of paying other to go to the assistance of papers as an offeruv with gfmtl
ing such a paper, -.nd further '
increase the line for such in
offence froja $100 to |50u w.h
the alternative of six rffarrir-
impri.sonment
Clause 42 was also
Officials I'-sifilial I
I
..
h yc-xb
fapress.
L'NiTKD n VTIONS
Now Yorg, Oi
1 zortn new Sovle" 1 th
., ... .:. ... U.N W.-dneaday made his
11 ... 1 appearance here as he
Buswaa "inr lurhwt^ |(log hta seat at . meeting of t
is cseekM M-t.. s twelvs nation Dt
ai- p-.-,.. as I Oulaotog chief deleg-ale
Jh.i is m MuM. .^...i. M.,uk aal
l,.*.^..' Uble
/.inns status -ii the 1 N be
.......bsefal 1.' nlghl wbaai
h. ret a 1 Qeaeral T 1
inrsounced that 1
wei t
in s Bret uttervenUon .^.i .'
H f stateniint thai rtuaila would
t'im have ..inmeiits .ml ;tinendnienU
J-'''-1" ** "" 'he "!><"< f site con
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Dolsa
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mvaraun* % SS I
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Children grow up
strong and healthy
on
ECAUtl..." 1 dm 1 looiht*iu*h*hj>c
ssndlc lhey"re nuds to hslp you en late
Iht lu.Jc.i m iravh More SSMk4l
than thai of any mhei i.Milhlifuih Pint Hn.U-
Nflon Junior and Syloti B.h.
frrf CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
Virol
Virol pcovule* all tin- cssen
11..1 ingredients thsit g/uwing
Jiiklnn need. It is a highlv
cuesMBtUalcd hcaktli food tli.il
helps huttd itsoes; bono.
food tooth and Uurd) Umbs.
t-hakheri krvc the Aavoui ol
Vtrol aad hesstuve ihcy al-
ways take d wiHtogfy dsey
X^JGPM
.? More tigyplian
. re than local auUionties. mid there- puni I in
s200 a month or whether he fore government had to consider case of concealment of nomination
CAlId* (Jtl 1
Egypt -I. ( tabtnet
med Andel
'.:
Vice Prc-
'
OB Wednesday.
1 1 s mar
.lit l^U.I
"pposition to that of the member The Clause was then passed witn one yeor.
St John with regard lo Poor the other amendments. Clause 44 was pas ed
Relief. He also mentioned that Clauso 22 was passed without ,-imeiidioent. and rorci
1 England, the local Government debate and in Clause 23, Mr. the Chairman of I
old suggest lees money.
r five v ar h 1
Oovenunent to spend n
man It could afford.
Referring to Use remarks b*
. e member for St. John
Mr. Adams said thai the
'
what extent it could commit papers, while Clause 43 which
itself. ..fTi 1 < 1
TIk motion (1 the inclusion ;,tc some other pi
of an additional sub-seotion to (he purpose of applying for
of Coun- ballot pap
ling meetings, was apply for a second ball'*
put and resohi-d in tie. and the was amended to Increase
.forma- Chairman voted again*', the suk- term of Imprisonment foi
direct i;. .
here did not. In Jar-.
MMsyor of Kingston ha.| to look
iftor the same services as the
''hurchwarden for Bt Michael
Mr. V. B Vaashan (l> said that
when he sjioke nf the Adminis-
tration of Poor Law. he meant not
niton of pensions
I Ul the administration of Cottage
hospital* commonly known here
;t almshouv*.
rH ild that taVre was no
supervision of curative servlces.
Tho
18 was passeil with a
nilror
Clause 18 was passed without
discussion.
Clause 20 was passed with an
amendment
Clause 21 v.as then considered
Tlse amendm'ntN tn tht* clause
previd'-d tor three l>h*ri
I'tSTB-tllr'1 In the Northern
Phil 111 for 11I parish, hut sui
1 ml lrsl-d of five Dl'
iriet C'mii rillurs In each psrlsh
in the ^nulh-rn Drs'-let. th*r
hould he feev Ir. earh of RSI
parb.hr* nf St. Philip and Si
Oeorie. thrfr far the parish of
M John five for tba' n.rt nf
Ihe p.irish of Ctetd (hur.h
lytar srtthla the 1 wrlheni frta
riet and Iwo for tht oart of
si M.-hirl lvin- wilhlii the
HeeUtern nislrlet
on was also made in the
amendment for 'he Councillor"
passsW : *
ported progress, 11 1 asked leave the apeu
whereby at for 'lie Committee to sit again.
I x pressed
with the provision
.11 -ujent to the Initi'd If was 12.4^ U
asaetloi an Alderman of the Dis- and the House adjourned
trlct Council should be appointed todnv at 3 o'clock In the
to be a returning offlcit noon.
if the general
1
and t>
Coi .nicatton
1 latry'i Purge < 'nimitiee b
- r.p.
1 PAN A
IS THE ANSWER
For extra power A lonqer life -
CITY GARAGE TRAD1SG
VICTORIA STRFET
CO. 1 IV
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t-atf
Protect your gums sad you protect your
teeth, foe gum troubles csuse over 50 per cent, of tooth-
loescs. To promote firm, besJihy gums, use Ipana tooth paste
Ipana and Massage. Use Ipana, also, tn brush your teeth csirs-
white and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cause decay. This
la the sray to keep your whole mouth healthy; the av you will
and ''refreshingly ddlcrent" because of Ipana'. mint flavour.
THE TOOTH PASTE..
REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT
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wo*
KKYI.N'C PANS
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KIT( 1IKN SINKS
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I'M.I I HI R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BAFpDOS.Ji ADVllCATE
rn.l. bf Ik* Ai-t Oft, IM. "*
Thursday. October 'J, lt52
III II M IMI AT
AT four ./clock Um Saturday morning
an elderly fisherman of Crab HID
was aroused by early pot-tisbarmen and
told that his only fishing boat had been
burnt to ashes while he slept.
This Hsd .vent in the life of ihi
community ol Crab HiU da
attention for many reasons.
Firstly the burning of a Ashing boat
brings Crab Hill fishing beach into prom-
inence and poses the question whether thll
beach is a tit berth for tishing boats dur-
ing the hurricane season.
Secondly the burning of a Ashing boa"
which is not Insured is a ranlnder ol the
need for government to pass legislation
which will make the insurance of all tish-
ing boats compulsory.
And thirdly the question of the Sher-
man's livelihood is all important lo the
fisherman and his dependents
How can a man advanced in years and
dependent on his fishing boat tor liveli-
hood afford the loss of a boat which would
cost at least ope thousand dollars to re-
build?
Other thoughts will be aroused by the
burning .if the tishing boat. Tin- question
will certainly be asked how does a Ashing
boat catch lire? The police no doubt have
been giving this question urgent attention
and in a sparsely populated district like
Crab Hill the answer lo the question
to be obtainable in a comparatively short
time.
The public will await with Interns!
hear what results the police have arhirv
ed with their nive-.iiratr.ni Into the mys-
tery of the burnt boat Bui meanwhile
what of the points raised above*
Is Crab Hill a suitable beach on which
to shelter fishing boats during the hur-
ricane season? Would a fishing boat have
been more resistant to lire in a moie ae
cessible place? It seems so Hut apart
from the risk of fire the Crab Hill beach is
insufficiently protected from v.'iv rough
seas and danger from these is always
greater in the hurricane season The Crab
Hill Beach ought to be placed out of bounds
at least for fishermen who want to avail
themselves of loans from the fisheries
office and alternative beaclun accommo-
dation should be offered at some more shel-
tered beach such as Reids lla^
Th absence of compulsory insurance
for fishing boat owners is causing hardship
to the community. Last year the govern-
ment of Barbados provided $3f>.000 as free
gifts toward* the rebuilding of fishing
boats destroyed by high tides. To day nol
more than half of the island's Ashing fleet
is insured. Another catastrophe would
mean either additional doles for fishermen
or the loss of livelihood to hundreds of
persons. The fishing industry of Bar)
is estimated to employ some 2.000 Ashai
men. The Government of Barbados in-
directly subsidises the industry by a pol-
icy of loans to fishermen and by the under-
taking of major salvaging of the industry
as was necessary after last year's great
disaster. The fishing community must
therefore be educated to regard Insurance
as a duty which they owe to the commun-
ity to prevent them from being a burden
to others and to safeguard 'heir own live-
lihood.
To risk the equivalent loss of one thous-
and dollars for the sake of saving a few
months or even a year's insurance premi-
um is bad housekeeping but to prevent
such risks being taker, the government
must make insurance compulsory through-
out the fishing industry. No other measure
will prevent the recurring losses which
fishermen sustain.
Bui while there must be a new policv
for the future, the present disaster which
has come upon a worthy fisherman of Crab
Hill cannot be ovcrloolejHl by a community
which owes so much of its food to an ad-
venturous band of men who risk the perils
of the deep. The burning of a fisherman's
boat Is a reproach to the Island of Barba-
dos: such anti-social conduct deei
the heaviest penalty the law can provide
But the fisherman who has sustained the
loss needs urgent assistance.
Those who can help ought to regard his
case as especially deserving and the ves-
try of St Lucy will doubtless be only too
eager to arranfie for the collection of dona-
tions.
Oil ami IVii-nh-ii m Ye-iir Knul.
THE 19:->'2 edition of the "Oil and IV. r--
leum Year Hook". just publish)
complete and up-to-date information about
HOO companies operating in all parts ol the
world and COVCI il
industrv. There is B list of the nanv
addresses of 512
the companies for whieh they work
Particulars ol the principal British
American. Canadian West Indian, and
othi :
nan i.
sflription ol .> \
crude oil product! runs, details
of capital, dividends, and I hancial i
The book also contains i
to manufacture:
equ ii by
Walter Sk ivenue
London. EC 2. price 21s 6d. ($5.08 B.W I )
Wanted: A Christian
Political Party
-" ess usieissrsn teworS Hm fa
Kn.r. .* .^ ""'J*lc,'l,a;:I'"
In the Advorau- programmes bew corned out. W*
*uss*te m Barbados Is a Christian politi- 'ecU> a* possible the ends ot a Mid insumcienUjr
-al parly, emfh;t.mlns the term as OvM Society 1 i.hoMim. The Fav fur
Among Ins k h poll- M.C-P-i
nUng on the C in Ihe ini- I leal sen- .-mbraees .__-,,. ODDSeUOfi
i id Is of the grr.it aSSanisaUon tor nre Uv tm.tevUoii uf "-^m- ...^ ..
voun* men. & '
I did nol think much about the jeni and the pr. Il f"^^,,h_,tSh l fSverv un-
pin at the time, looking upon it moral...... 2" *$*& S mwTht.is
ill an Idealistic wish without much Surely there Is nothing in that willing to bring It into mj "
meaning or value, but description hostile to Godliness H is difficult to believe inal
1 have come to regard and the supremacy of the spiritual v.llh all the surrounding social
it as the presentation of 11 Uon of human nature, but distress and suRering Wl
,| possibly a Substantial rather something- to encourage have just brtafly summarised, nol
ward In various ways in citi/i-n-. U< t.iko thotl place and to speak of the many agricul-
local affairs, and I should like to share in political ctlSlUSS. tun... industrial and SQinonUi
submit these recent musings to file Christian Meanings BfBwsSBBI and plans which
he thoughtful folk in the com- nw> it ,rly recog- urgently call fi>r action that it
"unity, msed that whei. ur think of relig- has been proposed to sBCD
Pious Opposition loii Poiltfcs ne .,mi avts u doubai the pay of
Many good Christian peopl. ,, M ChurdlSjalng the members t the Assembly
lOd some of the most devout and but. .is the definition just quoted f(ir thc pjr, tHI. though highly
Sloui hold thai Religion expresses H "' sfiUUcS important service lh> render,
liould not gel mixed up with Poll- umi the preservation of the cltl- which in most cases does not
ics. They regard the handling .*.' In nthi r words, lhat we .criou.ly interfere with then
-f humani affairs thus named des- order our lives as cittern and ivat(. ,,,,,*, or income,
nle its absorbing interest to many ahauc ur sB P And a* for the reason offered
md itt far reaching influences and ban .-ii-.. principles JJSn*on aid Sn ,
fleets, as unduly materialistic -nd lw. especially the second ^^I1^.^!,. Si?* th-i
nd opposed to -he spiritual con- great^minar-lment: J**** g* mnngK XSXS. And
i-ptlon of human nature, and even "as has
)ivine Sovereignty and to the Uv .....I eaSal OUl WC Man in hs letic
Kmsdom of the Inflmte rule "Whatsoavar T* would that rub)aet might we I have pointed
n are ao dUposed, men shou: '"'' Tinudad has -
Wl Paul's In- so unto them half times the population of UUt
n-tian enn- 'I call for a Chris- little inland with big oil and
Cons* ye out uon PollUcal Partj In Barbadoe asphalt business and Temalro
'rom among them and be yo means not lhat we shall lw Angh- tirnes as many people with great
eparate, saith the Lord, and I will cgini. or Free Churchmen or Mis- banana and coconut plai
I r ther unto you." and few Sotwn or ThsWlOSunJ, MB , tMlth of them in ndditi.-n I
irdrcd scriptures. have said above, ih.it " shall ,ugar
But that was a very diiT.-i. r i Uan laws and
Ituatlon There WSJ ;> small com- rules and lncorporat< Ihem in our how human napjre is naturally
"IV of \>>ung converts surround I: n-. trdlnsj I will not use the|
d by a dominant heathenism rki existing i-iliii.il parti-
OW ethlral idea- mid irn- ,UlV, thai aim and allain lhat ad- t)U. ,.X|,.M, lhai is a healthy condi-
ure ways of life and its power- mlrable aaaenUal goal? t(on |f \ work hard ano I
ul customs and Influences and s good income and p'iy my way
. tear cut separation was Indis- ( irnnmpiee neetlr, 1 bSBtflt the eomi
. to ihe maintenance of L us look around and MO |n3 hvIp lhu^ wnu tn ^^
nJ \SL?ZU5 '.....i r> "-*- ,'< ",-;;-
holds Uiat feature strictly
chick and shuts down heavily
of
and charac- what '
be Chnsinn boUt '
r and cenduel crowd of poor, hungry, sutf.
And for my part, I say that If Ill-housed people Ul our little ;.
: 111-j.. \t i-iinrn.i i in setung rommunlt) "i Ml tOuR 53SrS unomplowl. o, M P" "^
) be clean and true and kind, tin- OUM iklt) !.<'> "id Olahon- ne (osprl I.) of ntfllc
m much more should It be In- ,.^( i.ui anytbins riot provided for And Haired
. with human )UtUc There is ORS other Golden
MUUoni which are calm- Hnd nwd. Have we raolly done. };uiP .|^ve vour fnem|es and
Pleasi WlWla to , [e , deans, all we can tor pntv f live a life of lhat kind and qual- ,hcw? Do we put them In the u,lo ,
B>l roretl mt of our r-ollllcal activi- whiil an U;cenBruous sssocla-
a itenniiion u. ;:; *.J, d.".-^^..", iSSdi
I wlli quote part ot what I properly provtdad 101 or nandwdT ,.fisnpl mpa1i. -r;.-,,! Hfur.1' ,lrMi
hmllUl TO (TOW my Kn- ,h.. New HOUM ol "g 1l.rlT?!,rlil IJrH.m,,
lopacl... I Chamber,: ,ecl year. C.nd -"'I Krdrm,-
lie prnundes peopli I" ortun- lhc n1"",1""' *" ",' *fg ''c hl winches and drills. Ha I
Mlia. mlml fOU hen's ego "" ,"' Pprolmrtly 4.500 ft nlrn. m^gne,,
inch have ben, fertile for nSe t""1 h" '"''eeMfully -Ml i ^m, nvcdcd
the lirttannica-l
-
rrtftoi But
strife and
Politic^ (Oreefc 'pous' CKj unable idequatch In help them- leulousy and hatred is what some
r state! Il that branch of Ethirs -elves indeed, the different Par- of us are preaching. L*l us leave
vhich has for its Doled the props* Hag issued elaborate "Manifestos", il right away and proclaim
governing a state, so as to make known what they ennsid- Goodwill and Trace and Mutual
red warded doing another Ihej Helpfulness.
Meet A Fanatic* H ho LIVES
Oil
AJU W| In f--r .1 new wave of
wonder worken" like that which
ill lowed the first war'' I hope
Ot, For that wave iwtpt bl tin*
upreme chainpuin of them all,
k-rr Adolg Hitler, and premenled
m with the "wondere'' of the
ihird Itcich and the second
\-orld war.
There are portents and symp-
iins. however, which must nol
e ignored. In Ciermana Ihere f;euo
. a novelist Who has woti a vast C)
wing -but not as a novelist.
^allowing cult
knowledge of
Thouo.mds
divine It
And all the
away . .
believe
time
IfcN Hi-i'iiiii lie-line r
I. my latest newi
tell. me.
Polybios "feels" the oil
I the agf-
lias no academic
medicine.
But Polybios is an engineer by
can profession and a g.Kxl one For
h succeeded in learning enouuh
bore' OUl Of handb>Kiks to teach him-
self and all insll rtaff "f three
lOechanlOl 11 'hey needed to
know about the job of drilling for
. oil.
trotn He .on veiled engines from
three Hii!i-M Valirdine tank.s h-
bought fmm a scrap heap to d
at other Ihp drilling.
In. Ii have been fertile for nine
ay* cures ar,- reported tor al- "fJT^l "fitf
rything from coughs to I"* on the island. ( Ingenuity
ins viorations Hp na3 shoWn fosclnaUng in-
In Persia there is thai 1HO nil exp.-rts from the Iraq Krnuity m overcoming various
-tunable old miracle man Dr. Peti-dcum Company, after a difficulties, among them trie oP-
/. And now. on B trip lo X 150.000 oil survey ,.f the island, position of the sceptical British
rpCUS. I have run mlo l*n|ybios told *nni lhat Kiev would tear authorities to letting bfa
-riakides the oil diviner. up their diplomas If he ever imv douan( for imported ma-
1 was roaming around Cypne lUlkae Oil here hut that does not crUDerv. Oil experts who have
ihe nme trying t.. ne bow worn reiybioi. seen him at work with his derrick
BfttUni 00 with the job Nor ooea it worry his Cyprmt and bown say that the technical
fixing up that island a. a linkers, who have put up E80.U00 iHlsiness of drilling is being
to finance the drilling tor Poly- r)(,,( ,,[ .(
edlterranean super base.
Ktn the last couple
bios has struck
Uter
ine ik- by
piTfectlv
oO bsriuueiane of long
It could
planner! have kept whisper- island in spots where all the ex- landing.
Cyprus is Of Vit.d SSTta Of!th Hiitish Colonial SOW- Polybloi live- ,vit* the drill
i.iteglc importance; that it is "nor had oClared no water niKht and day. He has been Bl H
..li.'rnalive to Pay id. lsnuillui. ^ould be found. All Cyprus is MncC tj,c dertlck was first put
d Lbs rest if we have to get confident that Polybios will up lust autumn. His young wife
.it from the Suez Canal, lhat triumph over the experts again, was sitting on an upturned
rprue lias been designated ai "The oil in the ground sends up barrel darning his socks and
10 H.Q. f..r the new Middle East electronic vibrations." polybios. Klootidlv waUliing him when 1
ornmand. haggnni. swarthy faced and with found them
Ni.llnn.; . 'hr burning eyes of the fanatic. "I wish he would eonM httSS
fffllX I found thai nothing "ured me. ,-- rP m ., while." she said.
id been done .it .ill. No new "I react to those vibrations. I "But he won't leave il. So 1 ban
idar stations have been put in. am sensitive to them just as 1 to come mit here."
D attempt ha- been made to am analUvo to -mular emana- Is it a sign of the timed
odemLse the hopelessly made- lions sent up by watOI fait I vpriots have in
,: I..,,.. \..: ,i hand has "HOW SO U iflOW yOU Ul re- the Oil '' U l| there ., wave I
.,1 t.t put the neglected acting to oil and not to walerl ,n-.iulit> whuh raUOWl in the
i fields into shape or build new I asked him. wake of wars'"
ne-1> "There ir. a difference in the The IViNiari mobs last year
Then- was no changeexcept feel I have been to oilfletcU al were convinced that their good
>r 47-vear-old Polybios. And PIOOSU In Humanm. I tested il DOOtOC would usher in an em of
* hat in 'ex.epl" he is. Por I out. 1 had exactly the same feel- wealth and ease for them.
found l'olvbios not only divining tug there as 1 navi So were the C.ermans con-
al but drilling f>>r It ls well. His backers tested him out vinced thai Hitler would con-:
Yes sir ii 210ft. American oil themselves in Cyprus. They made quer the world, and make them
nick has beenset up on a rather him walk ovei fields in which a rich slave-owning iMlieUVUUl
< relict-looking strip of land Ineg had buried Uns of petrol llifTerenre
,rd by the Mi uitei i ..u.-an inore under the ground THERE la one dilTerence.
ne miles from ancient Umassol When POtyblM divined them tn.High. Iietwoen wonder-man
When 1 came upon him Poly- ene after the othci the., were VoX> Mo> ana these others. 1
lios was just having another 60ft completely utts1icd. should like to see him N
kg shaft added lo his long His (iadgets And I wish our own authori-
al ill. The drill had already cut OIL and drilling f.ir oil was a ties in Ihe Middle East had some
town through rock, salt water, completely unknown m lenec to of the drive and fanaticism that
nd clay to a depth of 3.200ft Polybios when he and his backers have made him nUas this derrick,
i. search of the oil started on this venturejust as rven if he never -takes oU.
Since then he has got down to the Gentian novelist who has L.K S.
ONLY SUPERMEN NEED
APPLY
From NKU1U KtMJERS
NEW YORK
SUPERMEN are wanted by the U.S. Navy
|
It is lo man the new .iii>tn-rI).jvvered sub-
marine Nautilus.
Fifteen hundred of the navy's best sub-
marine officers are being screened by Com-
mander David Bell for a handful of "good
rucked types" to take charge of the Nautilus
The crew must be willing to stay at sea
and under water indefinitely, he said.
The Nautilus, with secret range, speed, and
armament, is being built ;it a hush-hush ship-
yard in New England. She as expected to be
ready in 1954.
BUSINESS MEN and farmers are watching
the British Commonwealth trade meeting in
London with anxious eyes. They, too, are
beset by shrinking markets abroad. And
just when industrial capacity has expanded
and crop surpluses are piling up again.

EUGENE GIANNI was a dope peddler,
but also a secret informer to Ihe U.S. anti-
drug squads. Last year, in Rome, he told
the U.S. agents that he was afraid of Charles
(Lucky) Luciano, who lives m Italy and is
UspsjctssJ of heading an internatonal syndi-
Clde with an important stake in drugs.
(iuiiini ssksd the agents not even to tell
his own wile that he was a "squealer." He
I Luciano would set assassins on his
trail. But he not out of Italy safely and
back to the supposed safety of New York.
At dawn Gianni was found in an East
Harlem gutter between two dustbins. He
p/ss deed murdered bv a gunman.

A NEW cigarette holder puts out the
cigarette when the smoker's linger relaxes on
;i spi inn as he tails asleep ... Just patented.
a combined comb and vacuum cleaner for the
hair .... Also new. an umbrella attached
to a chest and shoulder harness. No hands
need when raised.
THE Taylor teamso valiant and romantic
in "Ivanhoe" will be brought together in
Jamaica next January to do another colour
film: "All the Brothers were Valiant."
The team Is Elizabeth Taylor and Robert
Taylor. Co-starring as Robert Taylor's
brother will be Slewart Granger.
HEADS of New York City administration
departments are not accepting telephone calls
from the president of the city council.
Rudolph Halley. Mayor Vincent Impellitteri
give the order. He is a Democrat, and Halley
is a Liberalthe only one on the Council.
And Halley. who was an investigator for
the Senate's crime committee, has been mak-
ing persistent inquiries on the operations of
the) departments and the way they spend
their funds.
THE DODGERS. Brooklyn's baseball team.
have all but won the National League
Championship. All they need now is to win
one of their six remaining games. Or, for
the New York Giants to lose one of their six.
MOST interesting dinner party in New
York was given by Mrs. Harry Guggenheim.
She is better known as Alicia Patterson, pro-
prietor of Ncwsday, an immensely successful
I-ong Island newspaper.
Ncwsday is proud of being the first news-
paper to come out for General Eisenhower
as Presidentback in 1945. Guest of honour
was Eisenhower's rivalAdlai Stevenson.
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and
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from
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Successors to
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
Phone*: 4413. 4472. 4KH7 Beck with Stores
From :
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FRANCE
ENGLAND
Straw. N\lnii,
Cotton...
Light as
gossamer...
New styles...
Priced from
S;t.29 1 $4L
They'll buoy
.you up in the
) hottest whither;
cheer you through
a stilling day
NYLON SUITS
2-piece.neat
warp hairlines
& check effect's,
grey or fawn.
Our lYiuleiN Sa>:
\ if>n\ inuw l.vttvr
The Provost Marshall.
Public Buildings.
Hrliigvlown.
llth. September. ijJ. WcUMd to better
Hie Editor, The Adeoeatc Ine rlewt M .n
SIB,.We the undersigned, wved at the L
a bo served at the last alt-
iruj of the court of Grand Sess-
ns; frum Monday "th July to
September 6th 195?.
g through this letter to inform
bin Iks Chief Justice
refvts any taowledss
ST concern lug the anony-
i s-nt t., the Colon!;.!
Secretary doted 25 7 SZ. in
. ilen UM writer stated that h-
hls other asao-
irynien lo write for the
. i ..' the public
We furthermore b'g to associ-
Ik HIS LORD-
-Mil's i. i ; ning the
vaunted attachment of Barbados
to the Crown of which U
1 Grand Beeslone, heard and re id so much. They,
s/e forward this tetter with isened to bo pusded ovoi
the) hoes that it erlU clear the frOSS then- personal ob
it | uon of the no more than 20% of the gathrr-
ln general who may be '"S P"*'1 I
Ln| of Uv
who
in: such
Hie jurors
sessions.
We beg to remain.
Most faithful 1
HORACE VGRNON WILKS,
KENNETH Ft)RDE.
COLIN Mel JONES.
EDOAR SMALL,
Kit 1.11) AU>NZA THOMP-
SON
retention to llv
NsUot
well ene foai
age, the Ihon tovernor, v
. bS, ..hserved the tliy-
i curb iy ol tl of Bar-
ii hng (men
with liared heads).
National Anthem was being
played His Bxcellency a-ke-t Mr.
John Bw-kle* to try aiwl do ome-
Ihing about it by rallinc |
tcntion ti> the oUsoourten Mr
CECIL JOHN lir-rVHlNSON H),h!(.v .(_,k
FVAN HENRY HUTCH1N v ..imgs at Queen <
s',N Park, '.in- Rmplre Thanh
GEORGE MARTIN YEAH- ,: listers dutilbuted
WOOD,
ARCHIE KINO, eaked -< h'l-:eachers for their
COITRTENY JONES.
OLIVER WILKINSON end A .._,,,, ,
place as a result of i
and I would suggest that a similar
campaign
little It
playing
WALTER HECKLES
LoyoIIv And Cnurlrtv
Su if lbs views expressed in T(1 T,u. prfi^ T,u. Adrocaf.
Ihe letter mentioned wore i ... yews- public may exhibit
t. or group cf pap** of the 28ih LnM I notleod courteeg
Iy were not letter slnu
the Views of all the jurors who Your-
.-.ting of the the much LOYAL CITIZEN. I tweed coafj of pure wool and alpaca."
HOLLYWOOD has a new holy man
boarded Lakshmanasandra Rao. He has ac-
quired some famous disciples for yoga
exercises) U) breathing, diet, posture, and
prayer: Amosuj those who seek peace of
mind with him are tobacco heiress Doris f,
Duke and film star Marilyn Maxwell.
Yuua: a philosophy which teaches sup-
pression of worldly desires t attain unity
frith fiod.

TWO bank robbers and a detective were
killed in a gun battle in a seventh-flour Hat
on the outskirts of Harlem.
The robbers Joseph and Ballard Nolen.
brothers, from Woodbine. Kentuckystabbed
their way out of Lowisburg Jail. With them
went a third prisoner. Elmer Schuer.
The three forced their way into a mansion
in Philadelphia, took turns to cover James
Hill and his family with pUIS, and ate and
rested their for 19 hours.
Then they drove off to New York in Hills
car. grabbed 4.500 from a bank arid sub-
machine guns from n shop and went up to the
flat with tfarssj
T1IK LANDLORD thought it suspicious that
White men with the accents of the anti-Negro
South should In- so friendly with Negroes in
Harlem.
He lold the police and they broke into the
flat. That started the shooting. Ballard
Joe pretended to sur-
render and then killed a detective. Fifty
police bullets put Joe down. Schuer was
captured.

LONDON has started a sales fight with
NYw York'i department stores in their own
front garden. A Regent-street firm took a
' Colour In the New York Sunshi\
Times Man.i/inc to offer "fabulous British
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
lien* I lu>i/
Arm ft
ALL THESE
FINE HOLIDAY
EAT MORE FISH
Froirn Haddock
Smokrd Kippers
Herrings In Saure
Maekerel
Pilchard*
sflwasos
Lobster
Shrimp*
OysUr
An. 11., k i, -
.Sal* Fish
I \sl III M K\l
Sjudwtrh Bread
(3 slseel
Anchor Butter
Cheese
1 ill-l. T I' I -I,
Meat Paste
I n->li ni-.i.:- -
Ml need Stesili
Sweet Brejd-.
PHONE EARLY
S\l Is
SEASONING
II. P. Sauce
Italian Ketchup
Italian Chile Saure
Celery Salt
Ve. Salad
Cloves
Nil tin i .-
While Pepper
HOLIDAY MONDAY
Call* for
Calte for Canada Drink*
Phone Fsrly
He deliver
The Flavour t* always rush!
ffSrsi 'lold Braid Rum
il-M'.r nil!'
Ornasss
Crape Fruit
WE DELIVER
GODDARDS


tihumiw (ktoiiir
b VKH yiHJs \l>\(.( Ml
PACE FIVE
BAILIFF JAILED FOR STEALING 1.11.9.
He Promised To Buy A
Gun But Did Not Return
Jury Return Open Xvrdivt
A CORONER'S Jnry leslerdav her builr.csa, and thai .he
returned an open vrrdlrt lr. the caught ihe but un her rou
inquiry tourhlrif the death of 13- return homr.
ma tunfteuni m c i Oi i ri i .. 4 *ear-ald Mllh Mtnele, hn a* l'hr I'..in. Iranil lurlhrr
ISWORSHIf \Ti C L Ualwyn. P,hcp Ma^islrale -f found drouned nru SI I'hill.. Ihe ,m.n rwhrd s. I-I.il...
IT-old tiaihlY EvertOII Lighthouse on Sundu alter >he thai sumr <>1 hrr fnrnd% yyht
Michael ffUilty of ttMlllU LI 11 u **** mlutai from her horn- in her there tried h llhuul turn
...... Hi li d u i .. i tn ,,i hin l i Sf" '" '
ihs imprisonment with hard labour.
The egg Milttod on
Alleyna of th.-
Central i unducted
Ibt 1
no How-
ocd. keepi
Um deft ndanl
lion lor
n Audiis' 15. 1M0 when
Ml it lnnd foi -i
I <....! ^f ix montlM for stealing

Smith told the court that on >" receipt of the follow....
UM defend- FROM C.ACI>ELOi:i>E INTKI'-
ant who told him that he could CEPTED FOHM S.S rtnnaelr..
*' v ' R him at a good TO ALL SHIPS AT 1035 (; M "
BtOdant Of LATITUDE 1733 LONG1-
and handed him I 11,9 and TUDE 05.06 PASSED HEAVY
LOG FLOATING VKHTICAL
Heavy Log
Dangerous
To Shipping
Tin- Harboui HntRf*i office |
H,.u..in Christ Churrh persuade her lu return home Bhf
alnce the previous Thursday I* rrporlrd to ha%e told ihrm 1
tnornln* am not mini back home
Mo*elc> i* reported lo have On Sunday mornlns. h'r hod.
left h*i hoirr on Thursday lail by wu dwioiernl in lh. -. .
bua about 7.10 to eome inlo the St. Philip LIKhlhu*e. and
Bridgetown to ir.ns.ii itome but. after II had bren taken oat. It
mi.--. She however failed to re- wu removed lo the mortuary n
turn home In the aflrmoon. and si Philip where a pott moriem
her ion Arthur Moelr> reported
the matter to the Police Station
at Seawell
The Pollre began immedial
Investigation Into the report, and
learned that the old woman did
come Into the city and complete
Cub Leaders
Plan \ ear's
T/ogramme
l-
Handicraft
Committee
GiveRepoii
18 INCHES
The defendant never came back APPROXr
UM M reported :h.' matter lo the ABOVE WATFJI
_Th'' lered danget-
ON PBOBATflOM :
ou to shipping,
i n i: i i SHIPS LKAVE :
Arm* Lowe a 46-year-old
labourer of Green Hill. St. Michael Three vessels left port yestcr-
waayeeb rtjot) da>' afternoon. They were the
/or a period of 12 months by His moior vessels Alhelbrook and
. !I. Orllllth who La*1* Jy and the schooner Rain-
(OUnd bin guilty ,.f Inflicting w *. The Rainbow M. left foi
PhUllpi on St- Vincent with a cargo of lard.
Juno 30. margarine, biscuits, virol and
"Phillip- i<>Id toe eoutl that the "**u equipment. The captain
i tUefe on "/ ,m" Rainbow M. Is Captain
the left <"<>t jiid fractured it In a Gilbert Marks, and it is consigned
tight. lo the Schooner Owners* Aasociu-
m. v *r dt.i .. L ., '""? The S^noonvr should have
I o appeared sailed for St. Vincenl on Septem-
-S8?BJlvcaK
' -erday for St. Lucia. It
It not sur- ^' i'JJ- _*""- "
11 tied.
in- Kent was pii vi
considers Ij If
.... ; ,wdc. Ph^c
with a .tick t-iijiers and cycle accessories. The
: li uiklyn praMCUted SfcjS ^ ai* "nwgned U> the
the "*
Police.
Schooner Owner*' Association.
The Athelhraak ma another
departure for Trinidad after load-
Itl M win n '"" a shipment of I06\ooo imper-
----------- i I gallons of molasses. Agcn's
Hi- Worship Mr. C. L, Walwyn. r"'' 'l"' Alhelbrook are Messrs.
Police Magistrate <>t District "A" r/atOQ Jones 6c Co. Ltd and H
I l.il iint 11 today under the command of Captain
i HB) of Bush Hall. Cook.
.,] on
Hug Polii
D and making a ciisiuroance Tin.
.NL-MIHWi AKGO
-w* of unloading
I.....NIMH :
In The Home
in bchatl
tapn mm
h m mi .i !
t* ol rffiiallns ">lr Con
ol minimum* Un.l.llp
Sulr.iiriit ol tin
paid ovrr W Ihr
nil l Ihi
elided ilrt Ttrrftnhrt. IS*
Unu.li Wt-H liujif
SUU-m'r.
Brit .
-
I Own-
lt
UM
Decemtkfi.
venl ol arrounln of
WV*t Indiei 8choory*i
.._ AaMclation ''* ,or ,h"
yeai nd#tt JUI nwmiwi laaa
Mai*
ol
Indin
1 Ulr movrd tnr fll r
The KMN i>a.>1 a NU^JalPl
ih< swiii' <>-"i- i" Ua
:'li!ii *m*ndii.a Ihe <'.>i.' aad
W. re lea iWot lirtheii limited
Ad, isss. iis-4'
Kfa-ilviTion loi SJ.SSO, a revoie of
IK- ...Mpendrd balanr. of Bl
ptovldad in I"* SupplnnenUiy
UN IfBIW l" tneet -
pentoa in connortlon wllh lh
ppp|i-raUon ! new tal Of !*
in* lna-
Ihe Houa. besan conaldeiauon
of (he BUI to make bnlr [<-|
i ..i. lot local Qovernm*.
lai.d. and pawed 41 ;,..r,dmtil. A.nalh. r 1 I
nr poalpoird
Thr Houne adjootned until ;
n.hi yas prri.irm il
r A S Tappln.
Thr inquiry inlo Ihr rli.um
.lan.i-- kurroundlni the death
was beiun before Ihe ( oroner M
A W. Harper, and Ihe ... ri
turned an open vrrdi. I
Hospital
Considered
Estimates
good turn out t *
: I lib Packs)
s '.,. iftern ,
. Bchool to pi
mc of
Hi i ii.,,,,. ""';u
R<
...
M o mi Ltttee hleh anu
.i, h) BXeitktM ways and
ag rnlnor handl-
. .ills |l '
cubbing h
nor, end tha
considered m rehrl
i r rh'' r"l:M'''" '
'' "w chairn i Mi
a District Cub Mastei A Ul1, x ColoniBl
.i in ..,, Secretar) with iim following
. ,
In the Southern To '"*-"uir" *
it the ist "f ;
'' heel Group en i land, whethwi aa
I Mi
I a - .i Cub ., projecta and pi. i
i many years, has vei v O^ValCgwnenl (hi li.immn !
io be WoU Cub an .k.-rv and In |
nip; (el
far f of i
"d^Turn, .. manufaclun I m it. il to* -
Inter-Dbrtrid ,. ,n.l:,,
ntliable
DRINK
CLAYTONS
'l.ri.v
.
f
Hatchea and a Cub I>ead- (,
- Training Course wfalcb will j^^tio..
run
'
The Adviaoi m. I,, !-,, wtkh mittil be uken I
the n.i:i>a, ihown dointiODineni Bl
aeterdaj and flhlahed eon- Aim on Road toovt ""l ''' Qovernmeni Iteell
rideraUon of tho Eatlmatea for Haadquarten ..t t p,m througl billed raccanmendaUoni
the iiii.mciai foai HI ->i I the ComoibatiotMr wltb eetlmatei wha.....
The Commltb cut "' PoMca The Radio Pro- for su.h dove opment"
( on tli-- Brat Friday in
there is still an lovember e 111 bo devoti
this year I Cuba and than are tlread]
The Committee alio considered MW r1 '* Mhaaftab -.- batng
economising on Ihi : ."", s"''"-day mornings at
........P'n' BOY SCOUTS TATTOO
Present wen Dr H G Hehearsals for the Tattoo are
Cummins, M C P (Chairman!. ',nll( **!* umIer w*-v L**1
Dr. D S Ojdn, Medic, \> J$"S5
Woasan Seek Work
KOLA TONIC
A CM '! A \ME '.R \\1> WHISKY
t: .
Enugratii
. i .
Superintendent. Mr
and Mr
ndenl Mr El u uis hiiu ncouiers iumw i>ui "" "-*
V 1 ., < ,. Jl Con.bermere School and those tune O
" Maurice t,a\e prncliMi.g for the bicycle dlsplav 'hat *he
mpioymeni
Bureau jnaaearda
ploynient
The men lm renewal gave the
bout fiftv todlea the opportui
turned out ""' ,,%*' "' "' bui'.iimg at tha
The
charcoal. 75 tons of firewood and
one bicycle.
Mule-drawn carts were en- _
hich Dcn/il tjged bl nVe3r1ng the wood and
of Peterklru 'harenal lo the various shop- ||r.(allllllllin8LA'U\ Gfl
i. Their presence w,n ^.-^**-
EleveD Chosen
To Oppose
Carih Hears
Eleven players have btMO -
lee ted tn rapcaaanl Berbadoi ..i
Baekethall agalnel tha I -
Dears, a Tiinidad team which is
expected i m Sunday
10 PU) Mm-, ul. in ..,', lies <)
against Harrison i
one against Colleue Did Boys and
Carlton combined Four of the
players at* of College
... .
Chin.
One told v
| for the bicvele dttplav 'hat -he b)
mei at Ihe Can-ison Savannnh w.inie.i im yyoil.
o rohaaraal ^ mi ba on chance of coming li in.
next nt Combermero i" see If !he wouI
! ttieM.....ft ^jxxrsrik :"TroS;
t.i attend with their Troopa ba Coum took tha tomoi i noop
tniio.m 1>-1 us have your co- in Camp. The Oaeential prtnclpla
i chaps! We need
mi Scouts next Friday eessful CODdUOt Of . BCOUt rTOOp
nnht. as well u the relaUonatUp of tin
CKNSUS ltSI/52 ftoop to the l4*i -.....'
torrni i ! ing 30th Septembei have been Ihorougl -
si r.t lo the Pariah Commissioners lk-iin t. reaolUtMCUj
tfibution to then reapee- .,t the and of ''."-it aaalon of tha
Uve Oroupa, Scouters are ask<-.t .., Bach Bcouta
to note that although the Forms would read the S..>uUi" and
that they arc to be ,hl. "fljeout". lb) Bach Beoulai
loi naure tti '
'Group Committi I
IM
It was ortglnaU) dei
select the team the ninlil before
the first match was to lie played
but tho selectors tuvee graao i" f:
select it ^
(. in
Harris a labotirc.
Land, St. Michael Is charged bv keeper.. Their presence
Hi" PoUc wuh ., felt by drivers of motor a* I fllw,.IP I nil III IN
nod v.-stertlay bv His vehicles which were using Ihe ^ OT L*aDOUr UU|Ula>
Worship Mr. c; H. Griffith. Acting fad.
|i, .. \ IINN'lMI SHIP: Dr. H.
until <> tober ~~--------------------- Deputy Leadei
The charoe stteil that the Tnr Finnish steamship Arneta Assembly, left -
offence was^omn?tted on Auiniat nr,ive(l in Port at 10.25 yOaterday B.W.I.A. for Trinidad inlransil Five players can play through ...
itrSTta a^aX mOBltog. It hailed from Fort'- for Cuidad Tngillo with a view in >..
i'V 85 | Mr G R dc-Prance under Captain V. r.. to a preliminary enquiry into who have boa.
appearing for H
icy
tin I land cretin .
4'h Oi toiler. they should
mi Hum through their Parish |
LIAISON (OMMiolOM K
ATTENDS t.lLWI.LL
COURSE !
n letter reoaived n on
bqu.uiiun Leader 'UlU'
iianisa>. who is UaJoon com-
t in hi
broup. K* ii Boo
lo hava Proi i
i | ., I mop. (di
indartasM
.. .,.- iii.it iha T.ti. I
In ins Troop
Tin' Coin i ended on Bund m
Ifornlni >- Ith i loaasla own
^ lion In basketball, onlv live i _, .,.,!, ,( lajoiado M I Btf '''"'"y'" ,.*'.' .... v(lll
Cummins. M.C.P., of n ionrn eu u> on the Bold Lad a Wolf Cub *h,h M' hl""""', ,
r 0f the House of one t.me. but playeri can be Hlb- "'"' nt g.Iwcii igSK-FtSS* ,'' .
ft,last night by jtitutcd as the gam. ; ^Tto^-Vfc had a *2l5rLjS5i % '
chance to play.
mi goea on to say:
moil delightful courae, wrj t"11
and coiuplete with rain the en-
luc tin... tw.. six.-- rera iiooiied
. night and had to nova
I A I1
POST MORTIM
Mattson wilh general cargo for the possibility of'recruiting Bar-
the island. Agents for-the Arneta badian labour for the ***** The following ar< ,.' permanent shelter on Ui
gr-PLCP'*-*C industry In the Dominican A,gy Svminomls ( .. How#vtl
i.ouuM, (ONTisus Republic. leg,, old Bovs' Capt, Ohten ,.v ,,,. not tUinpaned (tb<
^zsss^L'ss .... :=^, ,ho ***** hjd iai!w..igg aasssri
(Ml ' HO. -"';'" V;-'. M.4,l ITIn,, II ,,.; n,de of the Gov.rnmcnts nl lh, ^,,.,,, J. ,,,.,_, ... I M- " .....
li.ii si j.Th a. the Qenral tlaiJ .Uto monHm. tS wtoiir, Ui. _uwrd iImiJ and (Y M ,. c mhw mbEiol B
i.ii. vadM
ions i.. nwi 11
Kollix. |4M
Will 1AM 0RAN1 l v in. | in DIM M.I.I K^ Moll.M)
Morlua. v I .< loading a qu.inl.ty pf Windward Islands, through the
fl.lJ.tV.Ar fnU Cl T _. 1__t_ f.l_ -. ,&-- *l%_____ jf i MilI^ju l*t f^.l_
molasses for St. John's. The British Chari/c d'Affaires in Cut- Th,. |,i.iri()
morning.
, cnsicned to W. S. Mon- dud Trujillo
al lli.spitai on Sunday I.^; *J' '' I'"'-
suffering from head M>E"OOIN'0 REPAIRS:
Injuries after he fell from a truck i\,, , ,. _
on Joea River Rood about 9.30 a.m. '''J^* "2 '',npr ^VSSl
rla* Id- dicil v.-stenliv ' Ktl1 un,,*,rli. renairs. Crews-
iSL...;.;!........, ""' WOT* yesterday repainl-
ui'l refilling now plnnk^ '
their ri*si>eetlvr eraft-. Work Is
DfQI IKi TO-MORROW '* '"1,v earrid out nn rafts.
ton*
unnectlo
the matter.
Dr. Cummins expect^
away for about a week.
Jnlfonn
playera by 1
local agents H
red
mornim.'. A dale for
has not vet been fixed.
Inquaot
"Golfito" Coming
Saturday Oct. 4
'llh and whlt
donated I
be tin.aigh tb
Jones.
A prnctico mulch will ba play*
between the island team .1
picked team at tb
morrow night.
the
ream e had
two courses, on*
The inquiry into the clrcum- wu -* ,
urrounding the death of KfTifl t l{ll|*rifr>rl TnP Elder and F>ffes S S.
/Ifont- **"* n-PtRalgv^VaJ. Golflto is due to arrive in Dar-
1 Chriat Church Will be re- bados on Saturday, October 4 at
al District "A** tomorrow A St. Lucy resident has In- 12 noon from Southampton. The
Ml '*.. V. farmed the "Advocate"' that yes- ship will leave the same e\cnmi!
Acting Police Coroner of terday morning about 630 he for Trinidad, and Central Amor
ii irid ""od at Crab Hill. St. Lucy and lea.
Warner was. detained at the "aw lylng-ilsh boat burning. Messrs. Wilkinson and Haynes
He went and called the owner Co.. Ltd. are the local agents.
Mr Griffith, who said that he had
left the boat in good order at 1
7 p.m. on Tuesday.
The hont was destroyed, but
none of the crowd who came to
w'itness Ihe fire could find
the cause
General Hospital on Saturday
September 27 about 9 p.m. afte:
I .volved lu an I
Gall Hill about 8.30 p.m. the
day He iiicl the next day.
hawing Dr. Cato
who ix-i'foi-med Um poef MOfl
OXaminatlon at Ihe General Hos-
. tembei -'
attributiNl death to fracture of the
skull and cerebral haemorrhage.
Gountry Busiiumi
Play Bfttween Tripa
I oeluiv Tonight
Worker* Prepare
iroliduy Stalls
Gardeners.
Carpenteis
BuaOJ that ply thr long dis-
,i.-s In the various coun-
tiy districts have of necessity lo
wait for long hours between
trips before they take to tne
road. while those routed in
Electricians and Bridgetown and its environ
irvk B II of the Sani- Que^l^r^^ ^J\^SSLfi% 'ulT.".
IM Unanl will be giving a ing for the labour dav ,*|ebra- "n,d al.Ihc Ion<', half an rOUr
P ran 'ing the Spread tion intervals
nf Disease- over the public ad- Work on the various atalli elc Conductors and drty
'em of the Mobile Cine- Marled yesterday. BO far a few eountry busi- illl m UW bg
ma at Graeme Ball plantation stalls have been abroad* erected wolt al ,hr ,M|S aland at Ptobyn
1 .,', 8 o'clock. Extra electric poles have been Street by pUjlng spirited games
Hi* lecture- will be Illustrated place) at various places to give of draughts and dominoes for the
by an approurial.- Aim. mmodation for more lighting, most part.
Pears, Cucumbers
In Good Supply
A quantity of pears and uc um
bei an be bad In 'in
'Ut any trouble
eyicumbers are ranging from 8-
to 12c and pears are from IOC, l<
I4c
:
and Bouee wlvea will have no
n obtaining their qw
Borne braadfl ill in
around the town I 1 ' '''
are making Ihi
long with .1 h
.
some Of) k; BgO ;-' '
1 one ladh oi '>''. 1 an
.dtaueousiy. We had
;-..|il< lu.iii all 'vei the "" '"
,nara 12 language aruups In
.,11 irrara represented.
V M r C 1......ilv iriternatnuial. I had nuinv
discussions with all
:.oups reprosented [nesdenUlly
we had a young chap ft
and a group from DM Baham 11
on the Coui '
TKAIMNf; OKSCOITKKS
Over the week-end Satunl.>
Mtfa Sunday 21 t Beptember, the
second ... UM .....f KiMin-1--
Uan Hcsul Caurn-. w I
d by Mr Chart 1 ringer, act-
ing Commissioner for Training
Mi Kenneth Hie
Botha Troop Tw..
gow n Oroup s...uter undei Mi
1. T a .y. acting Northerfi Are 1
.I gad this
.,.. tb were fl"',
, -. u am and athtland Areoi
. ie divided inb
Vaden-Powoii
i-M go Buck -in t He
1 1
tori Rei ''|-
...
Cornel neldh
Price 4/S each.
Iso
HOO IMMi ANT TAfi:
54c. I......
KOA< II IIIVI-s
I '- Each
i;i;i 11 v. 1 \11111:111 \n
LTD.
Fashionable SHADES
For Ladies to Suit every
Costume.
MikIi* uilh ....
OCCI'I.KNS. rol.AKOII) & WM.SONITK
1.1 \si:s
Mm. ( Illl 111(1 NS SHADES
I LIP-ON sll Mils
swim GOGGLES
DIVING MASK
Mi.l Tin- Nn I'-ADJl'ST SHADES
KNKJirrs LTD.
HARRISON'S
BROAD
STOCK-TAKING NOTICE.
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ARE REQUESTED
TO NQTE THAT OUR STORE (ALL DEPARTMENTS)
"III III 4 I OM l OX
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
1ST AND 2ND OCTOBER
NB. Payments Will
Receipts Issued
Be
On
Accepted And
Both Days.
HARRISON'S
Hardware Department1
Dial 2364 or 3142


PACE Sl-V
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIlfRSDAY OfTOBRR 2. IM2
CLASSIFIED ADS.
I'l HI.11 Ml I M l> IM III II SALES
lElC^HONI 210*
I Mil MI-..M
Hill 8AU
S*i
NOTICE
mi hakhaiioo
i III (HI U, I
L*t mi ii >
Tln.otnv oibb* h-
ALTOMOTIVfc
ilAflKMV* BCNGAtuW M
-. i** iovi> Mr..*h Hen s*. Bain-
. r fiamon* Rodi n i | 0
Ml
.^rONrvrnoFT
I abed lUetuBtn*
turn mi IMal
WlMBLBY- Leal
i.ri RoM. Ami
Ml______
I i H"(l I '
Jl.wUUf MM d
fMMMH
T Mara) l. Bwa
I
HVMII.
HELP
AM ovtBscrn WEI irtTR far I -
i.en'* BuCar rt". SI I'ete* Bal-
IB) M p,i I* Al>plii-.. " *
in*, kill be lir-lvM bj li* M""~"
U>an* Fncli-V up 1* !> Orb
3a.
cpe-llion t>,.l PoIk, No IlJ
llM ha* been loaf, and bavfr-
"'^ *PPl.eaon to Si* IMrectnra to
gram duplicate -d the uiw NOTK I
it M-'bv given that un!*** any ctbiecUnn
ii *t*u. IM duplicate Pelkj *< f.,r
will bo luued
RKAL ESTATE

M BraTl UNGTON
fcLLCTKKAL
1JVESTIRK
MECHANICAL
PT1 ! 4i Typ*"i"*
m *lc*fc In Varlou* cl
i follow*:
>> HNH
I" UBM
. lu f>. HuMon. Son i
1 till
i'
I 10 M
cLfitK 'r-T. i" m* '
rx-il *nlar> fM BO per mi.'h
Appb ii< !*" *i written appbrMo.
to C A * iK.elln- *>- *
1 :l r...T.
p*. Mini. J* *'
"iOVW.KKTW H Tor CodtwbTtoei <:ol
!.**. ' **" Qw-taro provided Poi
rriiliil e- i- bi .-rd from
MIS< KI.LANFOIS
i HOOM by I"*
t-d-*ltt'na loom
g C'O AdvnCat* O
i ii :
PHOTOC1RAPIIIC FUI.AROr.K Vi-
ed io lurchiwe Photogr-phw- rnu .
Dr Simon Tel I0t& M
rnisiiwi
Th- public H hereby "n'd U,
nrku credit to my hufband JOWf
rA*.TMC..D. ** I do '""J^,"
ir.rftln- an/ rf*l>' *"* "> J"t "
u"lf* BT Wr:*.,*r i.rC
MARIE lAITMi*.
H P
St, K.
1 10 ft.
LOST A FOI M.
LOST
UNQLiT. AXI.r TRAI.r.
vr*i. h*' b ,i,i in hotel to-
ll, any make Trade* fMP. olbn lii><
loo Snlthi E4iiir*ilii4 Worlu I'l i
4MB M si
" aX|.w-
OFFICIAL NOTICE
HUADOt
IN INI t-l-HM lumi i.|
AFFIAL
1 Eqi'ilat'i* Jliii|<]kI|i>' i
JOHN ANTHONY ft r: |
i-or-ru* otwav hilki
i-I. .idanli
n Odor In ii..-
Jl<1 H 1
I M.r ,
draxor X
pa*rtr> and -
md I kvwroMna 'I witli
.i,d Miual fiv.nlrw.
||f .! -T ( , MHkUlM ' 'I- -
iMl m:a
M M p *oj
.-I. I,\ |xBIK comprlllHm '
l-ld**o' on Tb
Octobri. IffJB ISP
\T hRWOOD
OFFICIAL
BARBATXMI
IN TNI "ShlAM I
affiai
OFFICIAL NOTICE
AtuDoa
IN THE 1'Ol'KT OE CHANCERY
nf (ii Chancrr Act. 1PM I do bdirby |it> nott..
; anal*, riffci of tahfid or bay lien or lanimo. *
,ftrn:t* \l\* profwrtr h*fU>ailr maaiionad, th propwiy of U DHinlMt. *
mm an bOMMMI of UmfIi rUtma wllh U*t wilwaa. owM
bo aniUaM bHMw> Tuoortay or Friday bctwoon lb* nojira rt
BOO* (d I O'clock In lb* af|*moo>, al in* hVi.'Tt.oii OWr. Publu Bulldlnaa,
IrtdairMwn. b^uni W Si* day of November, lutfl m or*r mat aucb clMMMr
- '
OfJbBrwkaa "! pi*>n. ill be ircljded from the brnoflta of ony iUcpm and bo
#Mld of all rlbbna on or ocoinai in.- uid proprti>
Chllf CYkll iHUCI MOOKII
l>.fr.saal WILMBP 0Ntl>.r < I MaOHB
PBOFBBTY All THAT ceitoin.fdm or parrel ol land uluau at Codrini
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
H
bounding on
rwanc and un
T"dther with
and all otbor buiumai
Manduuf and baiiu
Bill ritad Ui AjI'i'I ItSJ
Dated and Soptember. IMS
.,. . Mlrnaol and laland __--------------------
itemofit one 4n* ona rood <' theroaoouta Abultins -i-i
i of knu.1 Jaw C-ddle of on. Fofd *!*"?>>,
Public Hoed. o. ho-ever en tba afama may be aVArtund
TS 7*3*22^ K^-kd MAYVILl*
and arecriona on th* maid land erected and fcuiit
J NUTOH. IPth S*pt>ml*r. IPSI
I 1 lir-IVIMA Milt ^ptrml^t. lU
V H BOKAIKT. ltd October. IMl
sAULna to it bo re
: KMBTAU. 'th O. labor. 1PU
-mim. i.i ihiNimr. FABAMABJatO
VMI ll'IIOH I.I MM
Ml NSSTOH JM October. IPH
M s lio.NAIHI. ann ottob.r. iPU
-All-IN.. I" TBINIBAB ANB CTJBACAO
M B HKRBIUA. 11th Octobor. IBM
pomiruca. Antlffua. BtonUer'at.
S'e\n aiJ S Km*, and Faa-
..ndnra an-y lor Bt Lucla^ Ball-
in* Frtdai
October. 1BU
rla, and Paon-
,er, only for -
Kaiurday llth Ortotoer. IBM
in ...urn-.,a wMfflnr
AMIOCTAIlnN .isi .
COM*. tM> Sm toil
in*-.
rMM
POU1.TRY
uv Id ba'f-
MAWUDTM BeHJftn TinKni.
month* "id WHITE tXCiioi
-Heclini all that ceil
ol lar,d iltuatr n.-r M.., ,
lall of Haint TlHHiia* and li-nd of BUr
bado* conUiinii.e i dwm,,
live ixrrbco or tnrrr.ix.it-
i bounding on land
iollowey fin landi ol pimr .
oa. <*, land* of lb* eatale of Tlam.'
Ill drceaard and on tb* pub.,
the ume......
bound lo brine before me -n aceoui
tnerr -aid clalma mill Ihotl wrtneoar*
doeumonu and vouabeto. to be aaaaui,*'
0, me on anv' Tu*moy. o* |
ineen the hour* of 11 o'clock in the oltn noon, al tb* oBlc.
i>( the Cirrk of tba Aunt.
Appeal ai ine Cou.l lluuar B
i,i-fore ino Itfi of October. IBM. n
SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR
OlLt IMSfiO i// sit WHUL
J'OIXTSV- Whii
for Hal '
Le-h'ii
n. week
AMI Kl< AN KAlIDER. ISO
l.l.IJVKltPI) TO YOU November lnl .n.
\.o 1U da>> i>iihij" llal.-hin. "Ut
^JST OHDOIS i PAY US A VI II
H Andrr*
MISCELLANEOUS
NIIW I
-. Chi
jilt Of evory dcnptiir,
Qlaee. China, old Jewel*. An* Silver
V Me redout* Brly book*. Map*. Ante
rapha etc.. al Oorrtnde* Antlgue Sho;
..ujomlna- Boyal Yacht Club
nrinwNB NAtrncAL almanac
I0M. Kabert* A Co S90I
1 10 U J
rVtRlTF. SHKBT^^A limited ejuanlio
if arcond hand *v*iltr h**tr Al
r> V Sr^tt A Co Lt<\ Wl Ii I
roMrphon* 4*21 St 1 "
I to the nature anil priu
npcctivvh. otncrwlae inch |
one will be precluded from th* bvi
tb* MM Or,r<*. ai.(I M
i BBBB pa ,>, a^atanjl I .i prof
f.
Llaimanla arc auo noliflid >'..t n
nu.t attend lb* laid foi.tt on Wodr
,i*. Ih* alb day of Octoori
liclock am whan Ihcir id cUlm* v.1
be raivked
Oiven under mj hand tt.i. 31*1 da> <
July. IMl
F O TALMA.
Clerk of the
Auniani Court < t Appea
- I U 3n
WE curry an a**ortment
of GOOD ItOOKS
M them at
" At/twaie Stationery "
. i. .
11:.i,, .,i , Aral ,M i i u
il Appeal dated bV
IPU there will be act up lor MM lo Hi
i ftaan*, h IBM -t DM or- .- ..i |b*
i ..I The A.- M.i-.l al I i
Court Houa*. Br>fta>|i>*>
hour* of IS inooni and 1 o'clock in tn
fb BOSB M I MM)
Mtnbar. ip ah in
paicrl ol land Mtnal
paiiih i and Uland
Barbadea contain ina by adPMO>i
.. *a on* lood and tbiny-n\i
ur '.rien.iluu abutUn* and buun
liTidt of Lilian Holloway on Ian
place c*ii*d -Holroac- on landi
r-t-le of Tboma. OUI, deceaaid.
i he public road or however i
ante inn abut and bound an<
n aoUl IMl *<1 property .ill be **l
lor *al* . IUM 1
a.. . i .
il told In a I
lil 0 0
teu lb.. .. I dav of July. 1M>
f O TAl-VIA.
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
i ""it Hroad A Tador HtrrrU
Hi tin: AUVOCATF.
For GOIJI) unuh.'i
Hritn your BACK
ACHES...
lMBMfMUlull.<.U.edb*lUlkldn..I.
TtluonoTl*rrlK*Uu^hh... Wh*H
tba* fd out ol order. ei'**i MMB MM
>ei*MM>i waabM A; Ii tb arriatn
Irnn Uitoiln. hcadarha, ihotBBatiaiB,
Till IB IB* root thai -lire*, oof' feehna
mbb WLw. To Maka ** kKkwr* *
IIMMTf and I-i'rpll.cmm read e..1*r
MB |faj*U'a K**wr Kll*. Ikxld k.1n*.
Pfa. nMdJy rj wir are.-luld.ai) UaoJ
of MtOM acid* *nd waalo* *d thai pur*.
MlMlll-fl 10aoort o-*e MBMMMM.
Tbob JOB fool boBor look botlor work
BBBST OBB TMi ant rood, lo done* with
&BBMt on DM imian* LWdd'i KhW
m th* hlue Mckata nth tba red
BMaik 0*d> Z .1 ad Jrui ilw*.. at
i Tall* *0r pe'
E William* Fi
I io a
I MSIHHII n..w lo the Dall| Tlt|i.ii
BruHind* Ir-d.nr Dally Newepar*' BBi
unr In Pail ado* by Al' only a I*-
t\. mll-t (.ublK.MIon In Inndon Conl.-icl
Oal* CO Ail'orat* Co. Ltd lC-
RanrcoentaUve T*l. 3111.
1 4 M tl>
IUIHA1AIA
11' ar on
lit -ii mi i

,r.*elin
fhe houae
. <-, . t. 1 dB -i; .i .
anted Und M
and (JAIUtlBON iii.Mi
InlpeCtlOli On app,lcn' oi
Trurte*. P\ibllc Built""'
and it< appurtcn
i>ale by public c
* o"ei. Jam** 5're-i B
Tbundiy. OUi October
I hr Land Acquisition Act,
1949

a
.. .
it (fiown and d
I plan of aiirnv Mnrd by Mr i h
- IBM, and Ai*d In the fii i
..i Cnlinvoi i"
,Va' ill i-.i KotfBM "1 U*
i i i
Of ihe Lglatui<
'
ion 1 ..i
,
Um lolh,wlnc pin-
. ,., iMn ..I inn m;ik
Tir. s.nrnni
..< OFFICIAL NOTICE
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
In pursuance of tba Chancery Ad IBM I do hereby mv. .-. >avir.a or clalmina any eital*. riant .,r mirrc.t or any lion or incuinbraiace I
Hicitlna Uie property beirlnaftrr nu -mod, the property u| tftr rViendan
iir.il before me an account ( ihnr H.,ima with their wllnoM*., dncumanu ....
.'ucner* to bo eaamined by me on any Tueaday o> Friday l>l-r>n the houi >*
, j'? *'"1 ? V'tloc' ln " "T><**" ' "t KanHiration office. Public lluildn-r,
llrid*town. bofo'e Ihc Sih dU of Hi Tit-r. IM* in older Unit .uch claim* i
ii mi.l ranked accnidina; lo th* nature and priority 1
uncrwiar iuch peiwna will bo preclul.-l from the benefll* of anv decree i
cpr|vod of all ctalm* on or aaaimt 'i, naid property
rl.l.UN WINSTON 1HV1NI OHIFFIT1I
Hi-femlaai l.Mi. IRETON BROOMX
ium herein b. EDNA OflCOLA BKiKlal Iili Attorney on tecofd IB thla
. KOPCRTY AU. THAT Certain pi.- or parcel of land Blunt* al Six
in the paruh ..f Haini Petei an 1 .land abovreeid tuntaii ina by admeaiurc-
ment On* Rood Thirtoan Prr.h,. or Ihcieoboula lol *hlcb aira Elhl
I'eiche* loim part of an aba.....xl I'ublic Roadi abut find and boundlna
"^ 'SL*1!."1 Slx. M""'' P *"*' "> ""d. of M.eara. R "
(I Cliallanor Ltd. and on the IM.iic Road ui however el** th an. may
abut and bound toajelner with iho Me.u-.- or D-.
and allI other buiMUM* and o-cti-n. on the *aki parcel ol land erected and
built itandiriri and heina with :li oppurtendpc**.
lull Hied IMh July. IPU ||. WlLLlAUi
Dated md September. I Mil K.-niMiai-inChainei
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PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS .ADVOCATE
Tlll'KSDAY OCTOBER INI
TEST MATCH
DATES FIXED
LONDON
TEST MATCH dates (or the vistl i ihc Ami
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March and >wi;
Ha nrlll i. !
BOKINC
tkhhv ALLEN, i-s
lly-weight chumpiui. i,.
portunitv I*i leg.un hi
0 .
H be i ghti Um unb
fur the ;.i:.
i
11/ 11.1111 II'77 V.;
Trinidad IJral
Ftarhailos 6-1
JACK YOUNG
LONT* US
ailed expectantly M
ixed their machine-- Mire, the tapes.
[Tie Speedwa .: the World was ) ataki
Australia needed only *' come second
win the til tcood vear in
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liftMM, ;


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hsh.it tow of '<
,1 last night'.
I
lalnred Mlchofla,
in ,i cane fad
Moend la tb Br*t round of the l.DOO metre thniination -punts m
tlir Olympic Oi.m at HeWinkl on July 'Mb



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Would Youiu
.
with second place
and the C\

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in ii graml-staiKi finish
If
fied with tin
I 1", the title
A Word To Amateurs
By GEORC.K SPINf il.
That is the nv.
t- i othniR tpactaculaw about i I
peril Mis greal


lhat ihc la< k ol high
Unf. flyir r.

n Easv mdad knock* were their loi bei
eal mid lleweighl Cfo mi '
m Boy tooth* out im
I MTOW '" UtKlC In tt Vimnf who hlajiei
Advocate entitled "Barbados left virtually without Boxin.; qtiaUG of ractna aad Bnat
,,. of achievement
.. ,,. ,,,, u, i Married, will, two it'll''
..... ,...... 1 era*, a fa* .'11 impart a hi.' Yun came to Ewl.nd In IMS" to
.,1 of UM lo ;ill amateur boxers in Barb.< -
Sports Diary
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I. all Muipti~4li.il Mit-
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1...... NtliiiBha.n; Strrpk-
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>.> BfSttktl l*Miir 1
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To Mothers
who cannot
feed their babies
Uua'iworry!(^w'sn.ilki.anl-prcpjrr 1 vulu. ih.rv.nmcAibaby
.an digest n wit.uiutinHir.lc Tl t .-u'. l'-iicnl"
Barky prevent, the milk forming large clots fa kirn si.macM,
' making it easy for the delicate Jigestive Organs' BO d" their work
thoroughly whiUt getting them ready i<> digest ban fal hodi later
inlife.ThatSwhy i-e nurses and mothers ihiiyjUH Robinaoo'i
I'aient' Barley.
ROBINSON'S
atent BARLEY
i,.if i
l Met
T" ,.
Mnhurgh. In the accotid
.. lh- 141 dot Befoi....... atari lo box, '!-^''[ S^Sm^I^$&&
woai Ihoenvv
Empire record Hi- 23ii MUKll Organlaallon* to O0-Opaila To- on llOVaB, pract*- this all- vt . ,UAl , ,hl. t0initrv
t>y Mi.- letiremenl of Teddy Card- iireta passed by all thru hWaW day a/a atC UM tormatlon ol an ini^wtant I i OUH i^|V. ;,.,, ,,, a sensational triple-
lbV- Tin Kmptre re- AmHteur Boxing AaiootaUoo ' K.-twork". Ilr which necessitated a rldetT
TTpJn-Anfl m_i_i^-^ .,. """ '"'< -"tnte I wrote. I .M^ h'' became the flrst man to win
the Empire midd'e-we.ght Au^'^ SavTrv .5!l , ""* ",'",'* mXi,t" "' -" ---" ''..... -Pl'^hip whi .


lonthip.
GOLF
ntXD dai.v ad a BOl "
TON set up i
month. Their rib
the matdi play champtooatal] by "^
Walton Hi .th went tn the SO'.h pollltl I
ik a 12 yarn
putt for .i i '
lit rallu
l,f
: .1 A wroni
i ,miik'- nina is "" bai U ap
__0f asaet In a ((oxer's
tci
u
ith a Secoml Division club
:t.75* Transfer
lake the Champions)
third mccejw In this I
II-
PAST v. PRESENT
C0MBERMER1ANS
TIIK \iinual l'*st \s
1* r e a e II I ........i........
in ilcu Uhri. pl.ui .il ((till
i""i..... School at i ." to-
day. All Old Cumber-
nii'iiii- .ii' itn iii J to at-
tend. Tea will be served at
3.30 p.m. and there will br
ecrkUlli after Ihe match.
The Old lloya" team b a*
follow*; C. D. Spoomr
iCapUlii). A. . Warren
iVhe-C a p t a I n). M. \\
( Urke. O. S ( ........, ( I: t
Warner. D. W. Hayera, S. I.
Smith. F. O. Smith, A. F.
Oanlel. N S. Lueaa. I.. N.
Koater.
Setignmn Will
Ik'fvml Davis Cup
pnaitlon I
every movement in boxing, ro .
. .11'see how necessary it la an At tin Ix-irninint: ..f the presei.t
I can i i-e, ..i-i, concentrate on thin important season he wax_tranarerrod to West
Ji>e llalpii. the Belgian I'm. branch of the game. """' "' Uu. vLsi,P,v'slon. for
Mttl In Rrttlah Cni'inii m 1*131 record fee of 3.750 and within :i
!: !.,w uTsS SZ. ,. ". '""' "b>;'- '":......""!- "......" fa *< <<-
-.. learn sclentitli i->xing. or be- ;
'lire he had the privilege
, idling on gin'.
lonfha' course
It Is fairly obvious thai
championship to hi.-
iDOUl aaaHy and quickly on >! Id title, beating Ronnie Moon
" his feel, and even if you Blflhl the IR year old Tasmanlan who
h Aniomv "* naturally active you csUUtol rides for Wimbledon.
_, Aus. Physiology. Bloocl circulation ami "&*? I J^J N" >'<*<* " '"1 " ^ '"
' "' 'VUS I'hvwcal Cultun 'Of worK. ' '"""y- ^ *'" f0""1 title in the same year, and until
I...vi Cup team manaaci ;l Miv.,n axeixtaa to Yn| sucrw a, Wpmb| la
Harry Hopman. U_-certajn" Qw JJ 1)im ^ |n' . ensure that you,- footwork will tt .k IU, rlllrt niid ,,,, ofT M.
lawn taUUI st-irs Frank Sadrman ,h ,, ... aome lime or other prove a snn- fhamplonshlp in succcMiv.- >. ..,
and Ken MeOregor will turn pro- |iiii> Vming. a good-looking, slightly-
i i..ii.,: immediately altar Aus- This does not mean thai <>f 26 hao now won
Iralla'l ttatenoa f the Davis Cup Uds who have already made .very major honour that speedway
r.exl December. progress must start hII om v' < m I For in additton to
She aaya so In a cable to-day again nor do I...... to """"">. Ibati nap forward with his individual successes he hh*
fiom New York to the Moll OUT!" erlU. I UM ayfjfan adopt! '''' *""1 '"Ml '""o* *>"' ".plained Aujtraba in Tes
thl local boy,. On the u.nli.o,, "^ Take thiee paces like tn;- gainst England
Hi ilopifcaii believe, mat u is m> intention t., help ,.s forward and retreai in the iarno *,riwav work! I. at hit
RIM-., the U.S.A. prof.*- much a. I fa htrtb njan.,r only 1 -, j^ff*7*g f,,i H SplSwtfv cannot bi
,..! ,. nmt.iient of gettirui the advancement ot the boxing *>* J"* *** ""owing back |liubt#d When he rode In to the
btl championship victory
/ Inu.itil \h Potiipitnwf
to farther "'ahocr only :iu; lime using 'he
x- o( ,1m gW f-t tir.t following back
\sith the left.
......irl- Th. .am- e,er-i .hoi.t.l p. Br^m *Tjia^MlSnlc?.rS
outrM oUt in .teppin, rM .. , ;^o"dr:lK"hlrT"hSr
sincerity was obvious.
And what a reception awaited
when, after the presentation
ure a single victory. This in ,r| noot nrsi uo "!">"8n tne r nf lhe Cup bv s,r w,i,i;,ni sin,
my opinion, was not due to lack "'"v-menls slowly at the com- Australia's nex Governbr-Geie-
rnlnaUon and |ril of I
S-'dnman and McUrcgor for a pro- .i fesalonal tour beginning In Janu-
"m was feared Sedgman would ,wi,to ' J Parl i^
'tfessional after he bad ^SSL^W^S^Z iSfuZ Seppmato the"ht u- the ri.i "%
been chiefly raapomfbto for Aus- rfg^^ngn' '"^.t fa to 'oot fln-l. If fa Eh. left use lha ,^n
single vtetorl!. ThU fa Wt Anot Mrs, Go through the e W-^
Na. lua l.itialllrkl Talk an i
Yoflf
ii. Laws TatinU Naiional Cuv
cinl Couil Chainpiunahlpa
all 1 >.. . I.. i Ifltall T
mrnl al Mrir
OaM WorpW-An. Minel
Psanoani
Xartai: UmPWIO Park. York
Stovaacnaaa snallord e
Avon
10-h Laoa TraaU. Naliutial Co*
reed Cnuri Cnantpinii>lti|<-
Xawlai. A.I..i Heath
1MH Bataastl FA Chalrcnsr C-i
C'iMitpeiiiion .! quaiiiMi.
lowad
U> ifim. Nauonai Of*
aitxl Courl Champloii.il I p
fad.
BaMai Aacoi HttaU). Xloeh
Ion. a \ r v I i-lu -rChrpat >
W*Oi>rb> Carh.l. ru., i..
n,.ii. I ii pin- hr.vy'ip.i
I'tumpn.-Mt. Jiihnns Wii
lianu iGB.1 v. Johnny Ar
ihtir ,S Alricai al La>tMala<
aiarplrrhaa* Ca.li.W OtMa
rlrr, Plumplon. Southwell
Udi Xarlai- Newnutkn i[ilc
chaM SnuOi-rll
ItWt Oalf: Palaee Moid Tourna
ii-iii rprquay
Raalai re^ainaitch .Nar
aajribM'.
liapllClHW ClwlMnham
ISIIi Oall PaU.a Hota-I Tourno
ni.nl- Toctiiiay
-ifini :* moian. Sta-aipH"
.lia.i- I7in Kim Nawmaraei
ilih HMtar: lntatnallonal W.l-
Scotland tCardifli
Kvisliy Loasu* liiianiiai'iinai
-OOter Natlonaliltt-t s Ena
land illuddcrrfWIdi
tuini Huh a i aandowr
I'arh. Warwick; Btoapl irhaair
Huntmadon. Taunion
SOth SUvHraa: Wolvnihaniploit. *la
pirchaaeW*a
1UI : Kmpirt- Mmdlrwcialv
Champ lomah l p Ra ndol p 11
Turplo iQB> v Ueoraa An
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work is poor then you .in* no
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v"" -......""> "' la raUat.
.mileanil II mi" x .
;...... .........
,,, wall ,,- rathe, rueful , ;,,
.e Sedgman ..nd his bride "" """"
Kcnalniton thai' ="">! '" J""uary maKc ,hls ,,.... ,..," orwardli ai
to be called off be, BBaqila I". It It I J"'"'"
g iHibllc tutacrii. imrtata tarai ,. ,' *""* vo",
Sclmniin announce,! ii ... n. You m,nt be able to senn
.. amataur, Sum- ,,. adoptloi i ivi,. ,,t thin own piston-iwe ten i
ear. than all "il .""t'-iiy have an- Thai is not alwajtt right Tin
Meanwhile the lloibom Eto) taawcad la Anaralla that aadara u. Ln| aaarofitoi will txplaii
nn< toll owiii-i ,,( Hi l toally mean.
'" J1" no. Radio Oani UW Spetuhutow..
Wimbledon and Ulut......gar, will BUI in tin- Hi ,
, the t'oxe, bora
did T l:"" ..... "'.....I..... "...... *l...... ' latroduatd la
iMvebv l'" profjatlonal car..... para) la laW ha u.v.....
Inur '"' to do so. his Gyninaaium one evening to
Holborn Hoys will DC sending .1 A,le.r h<* had won the WimbV- MM him Hound-ntT" fo, till
, 1 ,,| don single- last Julv !., with Ilaby Smile* Win n
three an, OUld not turn professional and I got th.-r.- 1 was surprised |o
arhlHi the a a a tviii fa raturn here thai Qana rtaKhar possesse
who hayf boi n"' 'hit Mi- Hopni.in 1.1.' punching but: nor a sklppin
1 i 1 iad lha tndurani
writing about. of a hoaltbj lion, and the tlmm :
aaaa chtuitt statin at) agUtty of jm, Drtaeol, n
Indaai an ,.an say lru,t he .....|
TllC iM'-t Of lK>th possible I <" l\ sllllt I Ii |
iiicncement gradually incrtasing ! t,p an(i ihe two nmncra-UP,
in styp-ad. Do not move your le 1 F-.-ddi.- Willi.oi.s and Oon Oaklty.
f;ir frum the ground it must l>e lumped aln-n tl the Wembley tr:n-
Inlmg iro'cment. o\ whnli iwaapl ttM track far Q.
victorv ride round the stadium
irtei au nave practised this it may have been Young's slow-
time you will maintain cst hde at Wcmhle, It was cer-j
l^rfect balance m nui mine- iinlv his greatest.
TO-NIGHT at 8,30
Puliic Band Concert
By kirn' permission of the
1'i.niinissiniu'r of Police
under me Direction of
Cap). I'.nsi.n
On
IIAF..TNGS ROCKS
FOR S.P.C.A. FINDS
.. Marohl' in.aia. will ba <
llol, x W;.lclns
LOI IS L. BAYI.EY
Bo I Ion l.ane
lh* I ammanol"! Offflrw
Admiaaion \l-
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v nt and tU constitution. Local Fred ,. ..,, provisi<.ns us to members and meeting of Local Authorities and Elections, and offences relating to fallun teitain provisions. Q| that] m of offic* I %  wit* Coo mitteei %  >r on Jannan II %  %  !* %  I of on no joint < omrru I \^ni i i>nrii.. ,.f ,| K Dm m TUffAay, th-Select Committre ,. An_ utditional amendment SUm Kll I I II l\ I HIS f.£RMAN llt\l\ UHMR %  i u the Clan I 0, the '" I 21 A Aidciman and CoOnell' ol the District Council m '' !; i ntiHad to i e p ild UM Mini of is (or each meeting of ihmk reasonable. ln Council of h< '.liiinal sub-clause as ac*. Commlt^e th*te< i %  %  UM BUI was that the Disattended, bu* no iucn \ to UM f*"Un*i'lor shall h, paid i Chairman the reasonable travelfrenter sum thtin forty dollars in Other axpenaej incidenreaped of suth meetings attend' 1 1 'al to his office, in any one calendar vear. „. ,. „ ,_, %  %  II. G. (NMmliu (L) anid Mr. ,. II tdims (L) wanted that he would accept the amendto Know why the Select Commitments to sub-clauses 2. 3 and 1 %  % %  h ad put the sub rlause In but not the unendmenl dealin,; rnpreheoelva way. Alwith clause 21 A. which had just tnoaA h* was nut opposing it ho been read by the honourable junior felt that it should have remained member for St. Lucv. Government %  t out In the original leli thru section 140 made profor expenses incurred in Councillors. The Asian Defence Conference This Month Bi i Itu Mill HUM KV WAS %  \ %  .. ...i . ilk \ which iii take place %  %  United ci in uiln %  %  : UM \I. ii \ t en could bl %  %  SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay I %  *.* rnHi .flM 10 <• V G : .U A I %  If you suffer from acid indigestion.. .'Doha'ana tvekj PBM *wtft afef G | Dols. wille* row HOBMCfe to ncutrsiinng the aeceai *.'! Mossgg "w cause ol the lioubk. I' to be taken In *aier so that m MK'ihiritf lohatoa mom quickly re*, he* all the inftVncd roocosa nt i be stomach wall First Official Appearance RAILROAD REPBESEM ATIVUH. pottca i a %  then the Labsch Hamburg ssuarsas, which jumped tie rail* sons, Injuring 35 seriously Ace! v. was wrapped around the bridge p peratioux on seenr of wink nt nl llaubtirK. Ociuitnv. killing nine per i extricate, trapped victim-. Car nhown Iphofe 'n Touch With Barbado Coastal Station um tee that the Council 'liould %  vuimvu H. Mr. Adams raid il v-. w.K.(..xia) moved th;it travelling by Councillors. The matter of I BW1 being judge ir !K. C A ^J 1 Postponed In order nxmbers of the Vestry were no" his own cs i ed lh| .iJif Ji nr lf n r mun r l o n pa'd. but the member* of the the appointment of the retm wiT 5fr„ Hnuw were They happened to officer mted with the Dlstx.el %  %  -L L.T'i^ \ h> S i ld S? !* %  !p " ll liv '' bw, >rwpon-nbl Council at it> Annual n was^ agreed i n Select Commit, for legislation whereas the Council meeting chairman of the was more or less an administrative The Clause was sut i receive a salary body, hence the two bodies were passed, and the two tu< that was why a principle not at all on nil fours. was agreed to. He said that at the present Large Districts moment the Churchwarden of Christ Church received a salary e utd that die districts as set of $]u0.oo and the post would be out "' ,he schedule were somethat of Chairman of the District. whal lar e ana be thought that it was right that any expenses Travel Incurred In travelling by a councillor or by a member of a subMr. C) T. Allder (I) imed committee should be paid by the W1U) UM View exprcswd by the Council. nonourabw member for St. Mr %  : Melller (Cl said that ^Express' Warns Against More Concessions Claussw passed without debate The IsMSSe a.eesHe.1 without debate an ameadmrnl u< Cl task 26 tu the effect thai a voter must three months immrdUleK prior to an election, be ordinarily resident In the local government electoral area, and Ute nest four rlastaes were sireed to without discussion. The | iWialiasg io>ii>oncd I'll" ON U-WI (.irr..l.c. LONDON. Ocl I %  i>u paon el) attackto by the i it ill Espress I tfXUgnl Use r:\pre** uraM Use Presudaol ol tie %  any kind which will pri with furl er I larked develop "< ment of the '""kins; over Clause 21. subsideraU^n ") Clause* 31 win Clause. He said that the Chairfl-'"-** 2 nf the original Bill, he deals with the disquulincati'"r N him man of -he Work Council might 'ound that the southern district for office, and Clan11 was have to do some travelling when wa entitled to five councillors passed with an amendment that of tinCubai they got The parishes amalgan d be would like to know what mated. The Chairman might be bad caused thchange to four. ^mMlfdVncJ ^ sJhV^a He Mi %  w necessr>ft he :,,f lrs ** ,he P"'h. -nrt die light even have to do ravelling than the Mavor ig th n i iuon Itr EL C. M 140 made travelling expenses for changes they were making (L) said I everyMr. O. T. Adder (I) said that he hoped no dlscrimina'.mn would nko place between the Chad man of the Work Council aDd UM Mayor. Mr. (J. H. Adams an( j a proviso addeii b changes which they were making. 37 that if notice of p casual greed with the p person elected to the other of l-xaeetn, uyi he slu in Mayor or Chairman of a Cnuneil room MB of the plush Clarldgcs or Alderman or Councillor should Hotel in 4 rfatr and make declaration of aeeaptan %  ill sugar". of office within 7 days Instead of It was Dr MeiW who "id "We 14 as was proposed in the orlgn Inci your go> Bill. mportt Cuban Clause 33 was agreed to Wil Id not dasno. debute, and th J,om f f Ih J c, /J ,n V".." .if that colony and was not the 1U interest of the welfare of 11, responsibility of the Corporntlon. People. Mr it ; Mpp .|.i .,,! • '" %  ummlee pointed out that ZjC Wing the fact that they to as much M money was involv.-,. had not yet decided on th" ,l was matter for the Goveiusalsry for the chairman Uiere ".e-a to bring the matter before wos no harm in poP*>nna the ln clause. year then, notwithstanding an> 'ithcr proelghsn of the Act. t>. trm of ottVce of th.person si electnd to flU Such vaaaj be for 3 years. Clnuse >t and 39 were passer and Clause 40 amended to provide for a efx-moi iniprlfionrnesit, alternativ.' lo $500 nne where a returning officer onducl an election. flnuae 41 Amended %  1',.1 %  %  1 '.4k who had sustained Britain kit twe ruggjini H ifivn igar plant iliut • %  npt b^fh' r 1 lareaa %  %  Pssct i>e< %  1 :. President of Ihe Board %  %  1 %  -.'ket. I T %  .. %  . s| Disagreed 41 was amended to InMr. Talma qmstioncd whethei elude tho concealing of nominetunity < %  stbetanrlblly Lncn tiie House was not still the cusu>tion papers an offenia in Uks> mini eseporti M the taxpayers pur*e manner as defacing or destroMr. strings, and stressed that it If. Adam* it) said that a niatler to be decided by the he could not agree with the House. motion by the honourable memMr. Adams said that experience s* Tliomas for postponehad shown Uist in most cases. r UN ( :., He dl not even m the United Slates. Central knciiv whethir the honourable Government had at some time or membewns in favour of paying other to go to the assistance of papers as an offeruv with gfmtl ing such a paper, -.nd further % %  increase the line for such in offence froja $100 to |50u w.h the alternative of six rffarririmpri.sonment Clause 42 was also Officials I'•-sifilial I I .. •h yc-xb <"< f site con c r Dolsa R1I10III DICtSIIOI Over ijii* n tM (Hiw o> kMtf Sura. Auutanc* % %  U %  > i**—> i -p b* SSSSMISI MI^-II -KCI ISBS '"4 ORSht BJiO) Ik* P>IM fSSSSM W %  i|i 1 an %  ..1 iof t, s a %  > . %  Naaar* I M-.ki S I Kmll 1 •rimar*, as s Jub-n Nr-t..r HSU ika s s rat* 11 1 r. 1 ... *t a 1 •< 1 W 'WP Children grow up strong and healthy on %  ECAUtl..." 1 dm 1 looiht*iu*h*hj>c ssndlc lhey"re nuds to hslp you en late Iht lu.Jc.i m iravh More SSMk4l than thai of any mhei i.Milhlifuih Pint Hn.UNflon Junior and Syloti B.h. frrf CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Virol Virol pcovule* all tincssen 11..1 ingredients thsit g/uwing Jiiklnn need. It is a highlv cuesMBtUalcd hcaktli food tli.il helps huttd itsoes; bono. food tooth and Uurd) Umbs. t-hakheri krvc the Aavoui ol Vtrol aad hesstuve ihcy always take d wiHtogfy dsey X^JGPM .? More tigyplian re than •• local auUionties. mid therepuni I in s200 a month or whether he fore government had to consider case of concealment of nomination CAlId* (Jtl 1 Egypt -I. ( tabtnet %  med Andel '.: Vice Prc' OB Wednesday. %  1 1 s mar .lit l^U.I "pposition to that of the member The Clause was then passed witn one yeor. St John with regard lo Poor the other amendments. Clause 44 was pas ed Relief. He also mentioned that Clauso 22 was passed without ,-imeiidioent. and rorci 1 England, the local Government debate and in Clause 23, Mr. the Chairman of I old suggest lees money. r five v ar H %  1 Oovenunent to spend n man It could afford. Referring to Use remarks b* e member for St. John Mr. Adams said thai the %  what extent it could commit papers, while Clause 43 which itself. ..fTi 1 < 1 TIK motion (1 the inclusion ;,tc some other pi of an additional sub-seotion to (he purpose of applying for • of Counballot pap ling meetings, was apply for a second ball'* put and resohi-d in tie. and the was amended to Increase .formaChairman voted again*', the SUKterm of Imprisonment foi direct i;. said that when he sjioke nf the Administration of Poor Law. he meant not %  niton of pensions I Ul the administration of Cottage hospital* commonly known here ;t almshouv*. rH ild that taVre was no supervision of curative servlces. Tho 18 was passeil with a nilror Clause 18 was passed without discussion. Clause 20 was passed with an amendment Clause 21 v.as then considered Tlse amendm'ntN tn tht* clause previd'-d tor three l>h*ri I'tSTB-tllr—'1 In the Northern Phil 111 for 11I parish, hut sui 1 ml lrsl-d of five Dl' iriet C'MII rillurs In each psrlsh in the ^nulh-rn Drs'-let. th*r • hould he feev Ir. earh of RSI parb.hr* nf St. Philip and Si Oeorie. thrfr far the parish of M John five for tba' n.rt nf Ihe p.irish of Ctetd (hur.h lytar srtthla the 1 wrlheni frta •riet and Iwo for tht oart of si M.-hirl lvinwilhlii the HeeUtern nislrlet on was also made in the amendment for 'he Councillor" passsW : ported progress, 11 1 asked leave the apeu whereby at for 'lie Committee to sit again. I x pressed with the provision .11 -ujent to the Initi'd If was 12.4^ U asaetloi an Alderman of the Disand the House adjourned trlct Council should be appointed todnv at 3 o'clock In the to be a returning offlcit noon. if the general 1 and t> Coi .nicatton 1 latry'i Purge < %  nimitiee b —r.p. 1 PAN A IS THE ANSWER For extra power A lonqer life CITY GARAGE TRAD1SG VICTORIA STRFET CO. 1 IV V0 t-atf !" Protect your gums sad you protect your teeth, foe gum troubles csuse over 50 per cent, of toothloescs. To promote firm, besJihy gums, use Ipana tooth paste — Ipana and Massage. Use Ipana, also, tn brush your teeth csirswhite and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cause decay. This la the sray to keep your whole mouth healthy; the av you will and ''refreshingly ddlcrent" because of Ipana'. mint flavour. THE TOOTH PASTE.. REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT %  lil. It \lllt \IHts CO-OP. 10TTOS FACTORY TTO.



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I'M.I I HI R BARBADOS ADVOCATE BAFpDOS.Ji ADVllCATE rn.l. bf Ik* Ai-t Oft, IM. •"* Thursday. October 'J, lt52 III II M IMI AT AT four ./clock UM Saturday morning an elderly fisherman of Crab HID was aroused by early pot-tisbarmen and told that his only fishing boat had been burnt to ashes while he slept. This Hsd .vent in the life of ihi community ol Crab HiU da attention for many reasons. Firstly the burning of a Ashing boat brings Crab Hill fishing beach into prominence and poses the question whether thll beach is a tit berth for tishing boats during the hurricane season. Secondly the burning of a Ashing boa" which is not Insured is a ranlnder ol the need for government to pass legislation which will make the insurance of all tishing boats compulsory. And thirdly the question of the Sherman's livelihood is all important lo the fisherman and his dependents How can a man advanced in years and dependent on his fishing boat tor %  livelihood afford the loss of a boat which would cost at least ope thousand dollars to rebuild? Other thoughts will be aroused by the burning .if the tishing boat. Tinquestion will certainly be asked how does a Ashing boat catch lire? The police no doubt have been giving this question urgent attention and in a sparsely populated district like Crab Hill the answer lo the question to be obtainable in a comparatively short time. The public will await with Interns! hear what results the police have arhirv ed with their nive-.iiratr.ni Into the mystery of the burnt boat Bui meanwhile what of the points raised above %  Is Crab Hill a suitable beach on which to shelter fishing boats during the hurricane season? Would a fishing boat have been more resistant to lire in a moie ae cessible place? It seems so Hut apart from the risk of fire the Crab Hill beach is insufficiently protected from v.'iv rough seas and danger from these is always greater in the hurricane season The Crab Hill Beach ought to be placed out of bounds at least for fishermen who want to avail themselves of loans from the fisheries office and alternative beaclun accommodation should be offered at some more sheltered beach such as Reids lla^ Th absence of compulsory insurance for fishing boat owners is causing hardship to the community. Last year the government of Barbados provided $3f>.000 as free gifts toward* the rebuilding of fishing boats destroyed by high tides. To day nol more than half of the island's Ashing fleet is insured. Another catastrophe would mean either additional doles for fishermen or the loss of livelihood to hundreds of persons. The fishing industry of Bar) is estimated to employ some 2.000 Ashai men. The Government of Barbados indirectly subsidises the industry by a policy of loans to fishermen and by the undertaking of major salvaging of the industry as was necessary after last year's great disaster. The fishing community must therefore be educated to regard Insurance as a duty which they owe to the community to prevent them from being a burden to others and to safeguard 'heir own livelihood. To risk the equivalent loss of one thousand dollars for the sake of saving a few months or even a year's insurance premium is bad housekeeping but to prevent such risks being taker, the government must make insurance compulsory throughout the fishing industry. No other measure will prevent the recurring losses which fishermen sustain. Bui while there must be a new policv for the future, the present disaster which has come upon a worthy fisherman of Crab Hill cannot be ovcrloolejHl by a community which owes so much of its food to an adventurous band of men who risk the perils of the deep. The burning of a fisherman's boat Is a reproach to the Island of Barbados: such anti-social conduct deei the heaviest penalty the law can provide But the fisherman who has sustained the loss needs urgent assistance. Those who can help ought to regard his case as especially deserving and the vestry of St Lucy will doubtless be only too eager to arranfie for the collection of donations. Oil ami IVii-nh-ii m Ye-iir Knul. THE 19:->'2 edition of the "Oil and IV. r-leum Year Hook". just publish) complete and up-to-date information about HOO companies operating in all parts ol the world and COVCI il industrv. There is B list of the nanv addresses of 512 the companies for whieh they work Particulars ol the principal British American. Canadian West Indian, and othi : %  %  nan i. sflription ol % %  %  > \ crude oil product! runs, details of capital, dividends, and I hancial i The book also contains i to manufacture: equ ii by Walter Sk ivenue London. EC 2. price 21s 6d. ($5.08 B.W I ) Wanted: A Christian Political Party %  -" %  ess %  • usi— eissrsn teworS Hm fa %  • Kn.r. % % %  % % %  * .^ ""' J lc, l a ;:I'" In the Advorauprogrammes bew corned out. W* *uss*te a* possible the ends ot a Mid insumcienUjr -al parly, emfh;t.mlns the term as OvM Society 1 I.HOMIM. The Fav fur Among Ins k h pollM.C-P-i nUng on the C in Ihe iniI leal sen.-mbraees .__-,,. ODDSeUOfi i id Is of the grr.it aSSanisaUon tor nre Uv tm.tevUoii uf "-^—M...^ .. voun* men. & %  I did nol think much about the jeni and the pr. Il f "^^, h _,tSh l fSverv unpin at the time, looking upon it moral. 2"£ *$*£& S mwTht.is ill an Idealistic wish without much Surely there Is nothing in that willing to bring It into mj "• meaning or value, but description hostile to Godliness H is difficult to believe inal 1 have come to regard and the supremacy of the spiritual v.llh all the surrounding social it as the presentation of 11 Uon of human nature, but distress and suRering Wl ,| possibly a Substantial rather somethingto encourage have just brtafly summarised, nol ward In various ways in citi/i-n-. U< t.iko thotl place and to speak of the many agricullocal affairs, and I should like to share in political %  ctlSlUSS. tun... industrial and SQi n o n Ui submit these recent musings to file Christian Meanings BfBwsSBBI and plans which he thoughtful folk in the comN„ W> it ,rly recogurgently call fi>r action that it "unity, msed that whei. ur think of religha s been proposed to sBCD Pious Opposition loii Poiltfcs ne .,mi avts u doubai the pay of Many good Christian peopl. ,, M ChurdlSjalng the members t the Assembly lOd some of the most devout and but. .is the definition just quoted f(ir thc pjr t HI „. though highly Sloui hold thai Religion expresses H "' sfiUUcS important service lh> render, liould not gel mixed up with Pollum i the preservation of the cltlw hich in most cases does not ics. They regard the handling „.„*.'• In nthi r words, lhat we criou ly interfere with then -f humani affairs thus named desorder our lives as cittern and ivat( ,,„,,„,*, or income, nle its absorbing interest to many ahauc „ur sB P And a* for the reason offered md itt far reaching influences and ban .-ii-.. principles € JJSn*on aid Sn !" %  fleets, as unduly materialistic -nd lw. especially the second ^^I 1 ^.^!,. Si?* th-i nd opposed to -he spiritual congreat^minar-lment: J**** g* !" mnngK XSXS. And i-ptlon of human nature, and even "as has )ivine Sovereignty and to the Uv I eaSal OUl WC Man in hs letic Kmsdom of the Inflmte rule "Whatsoavar T* would that rub)aet might we I have pointed n are ao dUposed, men shou: • '" %  '' Tinudad has Wl Paul's Inso unto them half times the population of UUt n-tian enn'I %  call for a Chrislittle inland with big oil and Cons* ye out uon PollUcal Partj In Barbadoe asphalt business and Temalro 'rom among them and be yo means not lhat we shall lw Anght irnes as many people with great eparate, saith the Lord, and I will cgini or Free Churchmen or Misbanana and coconut plai I r ther unto you." and few Sotwn or ThsWlOSunJ, MB %  tMlth of them in ndditi.-n I irdrcd scriptures. have said above, ih.it %  "• shall ugar But that was a very diiT.-i. r i Uan laws and Ituatlon There WSJ ;> small comrules and lncorporat< Ihem in our h ow human napjre is naturally "IV of \>>ung converts surround I: n %  -.• trdlnsj I will not use the| •d by a dominant heathenism rki existing i-iliii.il partiOW ethlral ideamid irn, UlV thai aim and allain lhat adt)U ,. X |,. M lha i is a healthy condiure ways of life and its powermlrable aaaenUal goal? t ( on |f \ work hard ano I ul customs and Influences and s good income and p'iy my way tear cut separation was Indis( irnnmpiee neetlr, 1 bSBtflt the eomi to ihe maintenance of L us look around and MO |n 3 hvIp lhu ^ wnu tn ^^ n J \S£L?ZU5£ i r> "-*,'•• %  < ",-;;holds Uiat feature strictly chick and shuts down heavily of and characwhat be Chnsinn boUt %  %  r and cenduel crowd of poor, hungry, sutf. And for my part, I say that If Ill-housed people Ul our little ;. : %  111-j.• %  \t i-iinrn.i i in setung rommunlt) "i "id Olahon%  ne (•osprl I.) of ntfllc %  m much more should It be In,.^( i.ui anytbins riot provided for And Haired with human )UtUc There is ORS other Golden %  MUUoni which are calmHnd nwd Have we raolly done. } ; uiP .|^ ve vour fn em|es and Pleasi WlWla to ,„ „ [e , deans, all we can tor pntv fl roretl mt of our r-ollllcal activiwhiil an U;cenBruous sssoclaA itenniiion u. % %  %  ;:; „*.J, d.".-^^..", iSSdi I wlli quote part ot what I properly provtdad 101 or nandwdT ,. fisnpl mpa1i -r;.-,,! Hfur. 1 lrM i %  hmllUl TO (TOW my Kn,h.. New HOUM ol "g 1l.rlT?!,rlil IJrH.m,, lopacl... I Chamber,: ,ec !" „l year. C.nd ' -"'I Krdrm,-• lie prnundes peopli I" ort—unlhc n 1 "", 1 ""' *"• ",' *fg '' c hl winches and drills. Ha I Mlia. mlml fOU— hen's ego ""• ,"' %  Pprolmrtly 4.500 ft nlrn „.„ m^gne,, inch have ben, fertile for nSe T"" 1 %  h '"''eeMfully -Ml i . ^ m nvcdcd the lirttannica-l rrtftoi But strife and Politic^ (Oreefc 'pous' CKj unable idequatch In help themleulousy and hatred is what some r state! Il that branch of Ethirs -elves indeed, the different Parof us are preaching. L*l us leave vhich has for its Doled the props* Hag issued elaborate "Manifestos", il right away and proclaim governing a state, so as to make known what they ennsidGoodwill and Trace and Mutual red warded doing another Ihej Helpfulness. Meet A Fanatic* H ho LIVES Oil AJU W| In f--r .1 new wave of wonder worken" like that which ill lowed the first war'' I hope %  Ot, For that wave iwtpt bl tin* upreme chainpuin of them all, k-rr Adolg Hitler, and premenled m with the "wondere'' of the ihird Itcich and the second \-orld war. There are portents and sympiins. however, which must nol e ignored. In Ciermana Ihere f; euo a novelist Who has woti a vast C) wing -but not as a novelist. ^allowing cult knowledge of Thouo.mds divine It And all the away . believe time IfcN HI-I'IIIII lie-line r I. my latest newi tell. me. Polybios "feels" the oil %  I the agflias no academic medicine. But Polybios is an engineer by can profession and a g.Kxl one For h succeeded in learning enouuh bore' OUl Of handb>Kiks to teach himself and all insll rtaff "f three lOechanlOl • 11 'hey needed to know about the job of drilling for oil. trotn He .on veiled engines from three HII!I-M Valirdine tank.s h • bought fmm a scrap heap to d at other Ihp drilling. In. Ii have been fertile for nine ay* cures ar,reported tor al"fJT^l "fitf rything from coughs to I"* !" on the island. ( Ingenuity %  ins viorations Hp na3 shoWn fosclnaUng inIn Persia there is thai 1HO nil exp.-rts from the Iraq Krnu it y m overcoming various -tunable old miracle man Dr. Peti-dcum Company, after a difficulties, among them trie oP/. And now. on B trip lo X 150.000 oil survey ,.f the island, position of the sceptical British rpCUS. I have run mlo l*n|ybios told *nni lhat Kiev would tear authorities to letting bfa -riakides the oil diviner. up their diplomas If he ever imv dou an( f or imported ma1 was roaming around Cypne lUlkae Oil here hut that does not crUD erv. Oil experts who have ihe nme trying t.. ne bow worn reiybioi. seen him at work with his derrick BfttUni 00 with the job Nor ooea it worry his Cyprmt and bown say that the technical fixing up that island a. a linkers, who have put up E80.U00 i Hl siness of drilling is being to finance the drilling tor Polyr)( ,, ( „,,[ ( edlterranean super base. Ktn the last couple bios has struck Uter ine IKby piTfectlv oO bsriuueiane of long It could planner! have kept whisperisland in spots where all the exlanding. Cyprus is Of Vit.d SSTta Of!th Hiitish Colonial SOWPolybloi live,vit* the drill i.iteglc importance; that it is "nor had oClared no water n i K ht and day. He has been Bl H ..li.'rnalive to Pay id. lsnuillui. ^ould be found. All Cyprus is MncC t j,c dertlck was first put d Lbs rest if we have to get confident that Polybios will up lust autumn. His young wife .it from the Suez Canal, lhat triumph over the experts again, was sitting on an upturned rprue lias been designated ai "The oil in the ground sends up barrel darning his socks and 10 H.Q. f..r the new Middle East electronic vibrations." polybios. K lootidlv waUliing him when 1 ornmand. haggnni. swarthy faced and with found them Ni.llnn.; . hr burning eyes of the fanatic. "I wish he would eonM httSS fffllX I found thai nothing %  "ured me. ,„-„ rP m ., while." she said. id been done .it .ill. No new "I react to those vibrations. I "But he won't leave il. So 1 ban idar stations have been put in. am sensitive to them just as 1 to come mit here." D attempt habeen made to am %  analUvo to -mular emanaIs it a sign of the ti m ed odemLse the hopelessly madelions sent up by watOI fait I vpriots have in ,: %  %  I..,,.. \..: ,i hand has "HOW SO U iflOW yOU Ul rethe Oil '' U l| there ., wave I %  .,1 t.t put the neglected acting to oil and not to walerl ,n-.iulit> whuh raUOWl in the i %  fields into shape or build new I asked him. wake of wars'" ne-1> "There ir. a difference in the The IViNiari mobs last year Thenwas no change—except feel I have been to oilfletcU al were convinced that their good >r 47-vear-old Polybios. And PIOOSU In Humanm. I tested il DOOtOC would usher in an em of hat in 'ex.epl" he is. Por I out. 1 had exactly the same feelwealth and ease for them. found l'olvbios not only divining tug there as 1 navi So were the C.ermans conal but drilling f>>r It LS well. His backers tested him out vinced thai Hitler would con: Yes sir ii 210ft. American oil themselves in Cyprus. They made quer the world, and make them %  nick has beenset up on a rather him walk ovei fields in which a rich slave-owning iMlieUVUUl < relict-looking strip of land Ineg had buried Uns of petrol llifTerenre ,rd by the Mi uitei i ..u.-an inore under the ground THERE la one dilTerence. ne miles from ancient Umassol When POtyblM divined them tn.High. Iietwoen wonder-man When 1 came upon him Polyene after the othci the., were VoX> Mo> an a these others. 1 lios was just having another 60ft completely utts1icd. should like to see him N kg shaft added lo his long His (iadgets And I wish our own authorial ill. The drill had already cut OIL and drilling f.ir oil was a ties in Ihe Middle East had some town through rock, salt water, completely unknown m lenec to of the drive and fanaticism that nd clay to a depth of 3.200ft Polybios when he and his backers have made him nUas this derrick, i. search of the oil started on this venture—just as rven if he never -takes oU. Since then he has got down to the Gentian novelist who has —L.K S. ONLY SUPERMEN NEED APPLY From NKU1U KtMJERS NEW YORK SUPERMEN are wanted by the U.S. Navy | %  It is lo man the new .iii>tn-r I ).jvvered submarine Nautilus. Fifteen hundred of the navy's best submarine officers are being screened by Commander David Bell for a handful of "good rucked types" to take charge of the Nautilus The crew must be willing to stay at sea and under water indefinitely, he said. The Nautilus, with secret range, speed, and armament, is being built ;it a hush-hush shipyard in New England. She as expected to be ready in 1954. BUSINESS MEN and farmers are watching the British Commonwealth trade meeting in London with anxious eyes. They, too, are beset by shrinking markets abroad. And just when industrial capacity has expanded and crop surpluses are piling up again. • • • EUGENE GIANNI was a dope peddler, but also a secret informer to Ihe U.S. antidrug squads. Last year, in Rome, he told the U.S. agents that he was afraid of Charles (Lucky) Luciano, who lives m Italy and is %  UspsjctssJ of heading an internatonal syndiClde with an important stake in drugs. (iuiiini ssksd the agents not even to tell his own wile that he was a "squealer." He I Luciano would set assassins on his trail. But he not out of Italy safely and back to the supposed safety of New York. At dawn Gianni was found in an East Harlem gutter between two dustbins. He p/ss deed murdered bv a gunman. • • • A NEW cigarette holder puts out the cigarette when the smoker's linger relaxes on ;i spi inn as he tails asleep ... Just patented. a combined comb and vacuum cleaner for the hair .... Also new. an umbrella attached to a chest and shoulder harness. No hands need when raised. THE Taylor team—so valiant and romantic in "Ivanhoe" — will be brought together in Jamaica next January to do another colour film: "All the Brothers were Valiant." The team Is Elizabeth Taylor and Robert Taylor. Co-starring as Robert Taylor's brother will be Slewart Granger. HEADS of New York City administration departments are not accepting telephone calls from the president of the city council. Rudolph Halley. Mayor Vincent Impellitteri give the order. He is a Democrat, and Halley is a Liberal—the only one on the Council. And Halley. who was an investigator for the Senate's crime committee, has been making persistent inquiries on the operations of the) departments and the way they spend their funds. THE DODGERS. Brooklyn's baseball team. have all but won the National League Championship. All they need now is to win one of their six remaining games. Or, for the New York Giants to lose one of their six. MOST interesting dinner party in New York was given by Mrs. Harry Guggenheim. She is better known as Alicia Patterson, proprietor of Ncwsday, an immensely successful I-ong Island newspaper. Ncwsday is proud of being the first newspaper to come out for General Eisenhower as President—back in 1945. Guest of honour was Eisenhower's rival—Adlai Stevenson. ~0LU 3§00OHE m S AMMA.XAC I'riff Ii %  #* I It I '•* I IK STA IIO.XER 1 Obtain your requirement* of • • I I Mill I! & SHINGLES WALABA POSTS. CKMRNT PAINTS and OII.S GALVANIZED and ALIM1NI M SIIKETS and All III II HI II-HARDWARE from WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phone*: 4413. 4472. 4KH7 Beck with Stores From :— A UIIIIC A FRANCE ENGLAND Straw. N\lnii, Cotton... Light as gossamer... New styles... Priced from S;t.29 1: \ if>n\ inuw l.vttvr The Provost Marshall. Public Buildings. Hrliigvlown. llth. September. IJJ. WcUMd to better Hie Editor, The Adeoeatc Ine rlewt M .n SIB,—.We the undersigned, wved at the L A bo served at the last altiruj of the court of Grand Sessns; frum Monday "th July to September 6th 195?. g through this letter to inform bin Iks Chief Justice refvts any taowledss ST concern lug the anony• i s-nt t., the Colon!;.! Secretary doted 25 — 7 — SZ. in . ilen UM writer stated that hhls other asao%  irynien lo write for the %  i • ..' the public We furthermore b'g to associ%  Ik HIS LORD-Mil's i. %  i ; ning the vaunted attachment of Barbados to the Crown of which U • 1 Grand Beeslone, heard and re id so much. They, s/e forward this tetter with isened to bo pusded ovoi the) hoes that it erlU clear the frOSS thenpersonal ob it | uon of the no more than 20% of the gathrrln general who may be '"S P"*' 1 I Ln| of Uv who %  in: such Hie jurors sessions. We beg to remain. Most faithful %  1 HORACE VGRNON WILKS, KENNETH Ft)RDE. COLIN Mel JONES. EDOAR SMALL, Kit 1.11) AU>NZA THOMPSON retention to llv NsUot well ene foai age, the Ihon %  tovernor, v bS, ..hserved the tliyi curb iy ol tl of Barii hng (men with liared heads). • National Anthem was being played His Bxcellency a-ke-t Mr. John Bw-kle* to try aiwl do %  omeIhing about it by rallinc | tcntion ti> the oUsoourten Mr CECIL JOHN lir-rVHlNSON H) h!( v ( _, k FVAN HENRY HUTCH1N v ..imgs at Queen < s ,N Park, '.inRmplre Thanh GEORGE MARTIN YEAH,: listers dutilbuted WOOD, ARCHIE KINO, eaked -< h'—l-:eachers for their COITRTENY JONES. OLIVER WILKINSON end A .„._,,,, place as a result of i and I would suggest that a similar campaign little It playing WALTER HECKLES LOYOIIV And Cnurlrtv Su if lbs views expressed in T(1 T u p rfi „^ T u Adrocaf. Ihe letter mentioned wore i ... yewspublic may exhibit T. or group cf pap** of the 28ih LnM I notleod courteeg Iy were not letter slnu the Views of all the jurors who %  Your.-.ting of the the much LOYAL CITIZEN. I tweed coafj of pure wool and alpaca." HOLLYWOOD has a new holy man — boarded Lakshmanasandra Rao. He has acquired some famous disciples for yoga exercises) U) breathing, diet, posture, and prayer: Amosuj those who seek peace of mind with him are tobacco heiress Doris f£, Duke and film star Marilyn Maxwell. Yuua: a philosophy which teaches suppression of worldly desires t attain unity frith fiod. • • • TWO bank robbers and a detective were killed in a gun battle in a seventh-flour Hat on the outskirts of Harlem. The robbers — Joseph and Ballard Nolen. brothers, from Woodbine. Kentucky—stabbed their way out of Lowisburg Jail. With them went a third prisoner. Elmer Schuer. The three forced their way into a mansion in Philadelphia, took turns to cover James Hill and his family with pUIS, and ate and rested their for 19 hours. Then they drove off to New York in Hills car. grabbed £4.500 from a bank arid submachine guns from n shop and went up to the flat with tfarssj T1IK LANDLORD thought it suspicious that White men with the accents of the anti-Negro South should Inso friendly with Negroes in Harlem. He lold the police and they broke into the flat. That started the shooting. Ballard Joe pretended to surrender and then killed a detective. Fifty police bullets put Joe down. Schuer was captured. • • • LONDON has started a sales fight with NYw York'i department stores in their own front garden. A Regent-street firm took a Colour In the New York Sunshi\ %  Times Man.i/inc to offer "fabulous British Da Costa & Co., Ltd. lien* I lu>i/ Arm ft ALL THESE FINE HOLIDAY EAT MORE FISH Froirn Haddock Smokrd Kippers Herrings In Saure Maekerel Pilchard* %  sflwasos Lobster Shrimp* OysUr An. 11., k i, .Sal* Fish I \sl III M K \l Sjudwtrh Bread (3 slseel Anchor Butter Cheese 1 ill-l. T I' I -I, Meat Paste I n->li • %  ni-.i.:Ml need Stesili Sweet Brejd-. PHONE EARLY S\l Is SEASONING II. P. Sauce Italian Ketchup Italian Chile Saure Celery Salt Ve. Salad Cloves Nil tin i .While Pepper HOLIDAY MONDAY Call* for Calte for Canada Drink* Phone Fsrly — He deliver The Flavour t* always rush! ffSrsi 'lold Braid Rum il-M'.r nil!' Ornasss Crape Fruit — WE DELIVER GODDARDS



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TIHUMIW (KTOIIIR b VKH yiHJs \l>\(.( Ml PACE FIVE BAILIFF JAILED FOR STEALING £1.11.9. He Promised To Buy A Gun But Did Not Return Jury Return Open Xvrdivt A CORONER'S Jnry leslerdav her builr.csa, and thai .he returned an open vrrdlrt lr. the caught ihe but un her rou inquiry tourhlrif the death of 13return homr. ma tunfteuni m c i Oi i ri i .. 4 *ear-ald Mllh Mtnele, hn a* l'hr I'..in. Iranil lurlhrr ISWORSHIf \Ti C L Ualwyn. P,hcp Ma^islrale -f found drouned nru SI I'hill.. Ihe ,m.n rwhrd s. I-I.il... IT-old tiaihlY EvertOII Lighthouse on Sundu alter >he thai sumr <>1 hrr fnrnd% yyht Michael ffUilty of ttMlllU LI 11 U **** mlutai from her hornin her there tried H llhuul turn %  • Hi li d u i .. i tn ,,i hin l i Sf" '" ' ihs imprisonment with hard labour. The egg Milttod on • Alleyna of th.Central i unducted Ibt 1 %  no Howocd. keepi UM deft ndanl %  lion lor n Audiis' 15. 1M0 when Ml it lnnd foi -i I <....! ^f ix montlM for stealing %  Smith told the court that on >" receipt of the follow.... UM defend—FROM C.ACI>ELOi:i>E INTKI'ant who told him that he could CEPTED FOHM S.S rtnnaelr.. *' ' v % % %  %  R him at a good TO ALL SHIPS AT 1035 (; M BtOdant Of LATITUDE 1733 LONG1and handed him £ I 11,9 and TUDE 05.06 PASSED HEAVY LOG FLOATING VKHTICAL Heavy Log Dangerous To Shipping TinHarboui HntRf*i office | H,.u..in Christ Churrh persuade her lu return home Bhf alnce the previous Thursday I* rrporlrd to ha%e told ihrm 1 tnornln* am not mini back home Mo*elc> i* reported lo have On Sunday mornlns. h'r hod left h*i hoirr on Thursday lail by wu dwioiernl in lh. -. bua about 7.10 to eome inlo the St. Philip LI K hlhu*e. and Bridgetown to ir.ns.ii itome but. after II had bren taken oat. It MI.--. She however failed to rewu removed lo the mortuary n turn home In the aflrmoon. and si Philip where a pott moriem her ion Arthur Moelr> reported the matter to the Police Station at Seawell The Pollre began immedial %  Investigation Into the report, and learned that the old woman did come Into the city and complete Cub Leaders Plan \ ear's T/ogramme lHandicraft Committee GiveRepoii 18 INCHES The defendant never came back APPROXr UM M reported :h.' matter lo the ABOVE WATFJI Th '' lered dange t ON PBOBATflOM : ou to shipping, i n i: i i SHIPS LKAVE : Arm* Lowe a 46-year-old labourer of Green Hill. St. Michael Three vessels left port yestcrwaayeeb rtjot) da >' afternoon. They were the /or a period of 12 months by His moior vessels Alhelbrook and !I. Orllllth who La* 1 Jy and the schooner Rain(OUnd bin guilty ,.f Inflicting £ w %  The Rainbow M. left foi PhUllpi on St Vincent with a cargo of lard. Juno 30. margarine, biscuits, virol and "Phillipi<>Id toe eoutl that the %  "•** u equipment. The captain %  i tUefe on "/ ,m Rainbow M. Is Captain the left <"<>t jiid fractured it In a Gilbert Marks, and it is consigned tight. lo the Schooner Owners* AasociuM. v *r DT.I .. L ., '""? The S^noonvr should have I o appeared sailed for St. Vincenl on Septem-S8?BJlvcaK %  %  -•erday for St. Lucia. It It not sur^' i'JJ!" _*""" !" 1 1 tied. in%  Kent was pii vi considers IJ If .... !" ; ,wdc. Ph ^c with a .tick t-iijiers and cycle accessories. The : li uiklyn praMCUted SfcjS ^ ai * "nwgned U> the the "* Police. Schooner Owner*' Association. The Athelhraak ma another departure for Trinidad after loadItl M win n '"" a shipment of I06\ooo imperi I gallons of molasses. Agcn's HiWorship Mr. C. L, Walwyn. r "'' l "' Alhelbrook are Messrs. Police Magistrate <>t District "A" r/atOQ Jones 6c Co. Ltd and H %  I l.il iint 11 today under the command of Captain i %  HB) of Bush Hall. Cook. .,] on Hug Polii D and making a ciisiuroance Tin. .NL-MIHWi AKGO • -w* of unloading I NIMH : In The Home in bchatl tapn MM H M mi .i %  •• %  t* ol rffiiallns ">lr Con ol minimum* Un.l.llp Sulr.iiriit ol tin paid ovrr W Ihr nil l Ihi elided ilrt Ttrrftnhrt. IS* Unu.li Wt-H liujif SUU-m'r. Brit %  %  %  I Ownlt UM Decemtkfi. venl ol arrounln of WV*t Indiei 8choory*i .._ AaMclation ''* ,or ,h yeai •nd#tt JUI nwmiwi laaa •Mai* ol Indin 1 Ulr movrd tnr fll r The KMN i>a.>1 a NU^JalPl ih< swiii' <>-"i%  i" Ua %  • : 'li!ii *m*ndii.a Ihe <'.>i.' aad W. re lea iWot lirtheii limited Ad, isss. iis-4' Kfa-ilviTion loi SJ.SSO, a revoie of IK...Mpendrd balanr. of Bl ptovldad in I"* SupplnnenUiy UN IfBI—W l" tneet •pentoa in connortlon wllh lh ppp|i-raUon • %  new tal Of !* %  in* lna- Ihe Houa. besan conaldeiauon of (he BUI to make bnlr [<-| i ..i. lot local Qovernm*. %  %  •lai.d. and pawed 41 ead( - Training Course wfalcb will j^^tio.. run %  The Adviaoi M. I,, !-,,„ wtkh mittil be uken I the n.i:i>a,• ihown dointiODineni Bl aeterdaj and flhlahed eon• %  Aim on Road toovt %  "" l ''' Qovernmeni Iteell rideraUon of tho Eatlmatea for Haadquarten ..t t p,m througl billed raccanmendaUoni the iiii.mciai foai HI ->i %  I the ComoibatiotMr wltb eetlmatei wha The Commltb cut "' PoMca The Radio Profor su.h dove opment" ( on tli-Brat Friday in there is still an lovember e 111 bo devoti this year I • Cuba and than are tlread] The Committee alio considered MW r 1 '* Mhaaftab -.%  batng economising on Ihi : ."", s "''"-day mornings at P n BOY SCOUTS TATTOO Present wen Dr H G Hehearsals for the Tattoo are Cummins, M C P (Chairman!. ,n ll( **!* umIer w *v L ** 1 Dr. D S Ojdn, Medic, \££> J$"S5£ Woasan Seek Work KOLA TONIC A CM '! A \ME '.R \\1> WHISKY t: Enugratii i Superintendent. Mr and Mr ndenl Mr El u uis HIIU ncouiers iumw i>ui "" "-* %  V 1 ., < ,. Jl Con.bermere School and those tune O Maurice t,a\e prncliMi.g for the bicycle dlsplav 'hat *he mpioymeni Bureau jnaaearda ploynient The men lm renewal gave the bout fiftv todlea the opportui turned out ""' ,,% *' "' "' bui'.iimg at tha The charcoal. 75 tons of firewood and one bicycle. Mule-drawn carts were en_ hich Dcn/il tjged bl nVe3r1ng the wood and of Peterklru 'harenal lo the various shop||r.(allllllllin8LA'U\ Gfl i. Their presence W,N %  ^.-•^**EleveD Chosen To Oppose Carih Hears Eleven players have btMO • lee ted tn rapcaaanl Berbadoi ..i Baekethall agalnel tha I Dears, a Tiinidad team which is expected i m Sunday 10 PU) Mm-, ul. in % %  ..,', lies < %  )• against Harrison i one against Colleue Did Boys and Carlton combined Four of the players at* of College ... Chin. One told v | for the bicvele dttplav 'hat -he b) mei at Ihe Can-ison Savannnh w.inie.i im yyoil. o rohaaraal ^ MI ba on chance of coming li in. next nt Combermero i" see If !he wouI ! ttieM ft %  ^jxxrsrik :"TroS; t.i attend with their Troopa ba Coum took tha tomoi i noop tniio.m 1>-1 us have your coin Camp. The Oaeential prtnclpla i chaps! We need mi Scouts next Friday eessful CODdUOt Of . BCOUt rTOOp nnht. as well u the relaUonatUp of tin CKNSUS ltSI/52 ftoop to the l4*i torrni iuUi" and that they arc to be hl "fljeout". lb) Bach Beoulai loi naure tti 'Group Committi %  I IM It was ortglnaU) dei select the team the ninlil before the first match was to lie played but tho selectors tuvee %  graao i" f: select it ^ ( %  %  % %  in Harris a labotirc. Land, St. Michael Is charged bv keeper.. Their presence Hi" PoUc wuh ., felt by drivers of motor a* I fl lw,. IP I nil III IN nod v.-stertlay bv His vehicles which were using Ihe ^ OT L*aDOUr UU|Ula> Worship Mr. c; H. Griffith. Acting fad. %  |i, %  .. \ IINN'lMI SHIP: Dr. H. until <> tober —~~ %  Deputy Leadei The charoe stteil that the Tnr Finnish steamship Arneta Assembly, left offence was^omn?tted on Auiniat nr,ive(l in Port at 10.25 yOaterday B.W.I. A. for Trinidad inlransil Five players can play through ... itrSTta a^aX mOBltog. It hailed from Fort'for Cuidad Tngillo with a view in %  >.. i'V 85 | Mr G R dc-Prance under Captain V. r.. to a preliminary enquiry into who have boa. appearing for H icy tin I land cretin 4'h Oi toiler. they should • mi Hum through their Parish | LIAISON (OMMiolOM K ATTENDS t.lLWI.LL COURSE %  n letter reoaived n on bqu.uiiun Leader 'UlU' iianisa>. who is UaJoon comt in hi broup. • %  K* ii Boo lo hava Proi i i | ., %  I mop. (di indartasM .. .,.iii.it iha T.ti. I %  In ins Troop Tin' Coin i ended on Bund m Ifornlni >Ith i loaasla own ^ lion In basketball, onlv live i _, .,.,!, ( „ lajoiado M I Btf %  '''"'"y'" ,.*'.' .... v(lll Cummins. M.C.P., of n i onrn eu u> on the Bold %  , Lad a Wolf Cub h,h M hl """"', r 0 f the House of one t.me. but playeri can be Hlb"'"' nt G.IWCII igSK-FtSS* ,'' ft,last night by jtitutcd as the gam. ; ^Tto^-Vfc had a *2l5 r LjS5 i % chance to play. mi goea on to say: moil delightful courae, wrj t" 11 and coiuplete with rain the enluc tin... tw.. six.-rera iiooiied . night and had to nova I A I 1 POST MORTIM Mattson wilh general cargo for the possibility of'recruiting Barthe island. Agents for -the Arneta badian labour for the ***** The following ar< ,.'• permanent shelter on Ui g r -PLCP'*-*C industry In the Dominican A gy Svminomls ( „ .. How#vtl i.ouuM, (ONTisus Republic. leg,, old Bovs' Capt, Ohten ,. v „,,,. not tUinpaned (tb< ^zsss^L'ss .... :=^,„ ho ***** hjd iai!w ..igg aasssri (Ml %  HO. -" %  '•; %  '" V;-'. M.4,„l ITIn,, II „,,.; n,de of the Gov.rnmcnts nl lh, ^,,.,,, J. ,,,.,_, ... %  %  I M"• li.ii si j. T h a. the Qenral tlaiJ .Uto monHm. TS wtoiir, Ui. _uwrd IIMIJ and (Y M ,. c mhw mbEiol B %  i.ii. vadM ions i.. nwi 11 Kollix. |4M Will 1AM 0RAN1 l v IN. | in DIM M.I.I K^ Moll.M) Morlua. v I .< loading a qu.inl.ty pf Windward Islands, through the fl.lJ.tV.Ar fnU Cl T _. 1 t_ f.l_ %  -. ,& %  -*l% %  jf i MILI^JU l*t f^.l_ molasses for St. John's. The British Chari/c d'Affaires in CutTh ,. |,i. iri() morning. %  cnsicned to W. S. Mondud Trujillo %  al lli.spitai on Sunday I.^; *J' '' %  I'"'suffering from head M>E"OOIN'0 REPAIRS: Injuries after he fell from a truck %  i„\,,„ ,„ ,. _ on Joea River Rood about 9.30 a.m. '''J^* "2 '' ,npr ^VSSl rla* Iddicil v.-stenliv ' Ktl1 un ,, ,r li. renairs. CrewsiSL...;.;!........, "" %  •' • %  WOT* yesterday repainl%  ui'l refilling now plnnk^ %  their ri*si>eetlvr eraft-. Work Is DfQI IKi TO-MORROW %  '" 1,v earrid out nn rafts. ton* unnectlo the matter. Dr. Cummins expect^ away for about a week. Jnlfonn playera by 1 local agents H red mornim.'. A dale for has not vet been fixed. Inquaot "Golfito" Coming Saturday Oct. 4 %  'l lh and whlt donated I be tin.aigh tb Jones. A prnctico mulch will ba play* between the island team .1 picked team at tb morrow night. the ream e had two courses, on* The inquiry into the clrcumwu %  -* %  urrounding the death of KfTifl t l{ll|*rifr>rl TnP Elder and F>ffes S S. /Ifont %  **"* n-PtRalgv^VaJ. Golflto is due to arrive in Dar1 %  Chriat Church Will be rebados on Saturday, October 4 at al District "A** tomorrow A St. Lucy resident has In12 noon from Southampton. The Ml '*.. V. farmed the "Advocate"' that yesship will leave the same e\cnmi! Acting Police Coroner of terday morning about 630 he for Trinidad, and Central Amor ii irid ""od at Crab Hill. St. Lucy and lea. Warner was. detained at the aw %  lylng-ilsh boat burning. Messrs. Wilkinson and Haynes He went and called the owner Co.. Ltd. are the local agents. Mr Griffith, who said that he had left the boat in good order at — %  1 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The hont was destroyed, but none of the crowd who came to w'itness Ihe fire could find the cause General Hospital on Saturday September 27 about 9 p.m. afte: I .volved lu an I Gall Hill about 8.30 p.m. the day He iiicl the next day. hawing Dr. Cato who ix-i'foi-med UM poef MOfl OXaminatlon at Ihe General Hos. tembei -' attributiNl death to fracture of the skull and cerebral haemorrhage. Gountry BUSIIUMI Play Bfttween Tripa I oeluiv Tonight Worker* Prepare iroliduy Stalls Gardeners. Carpenteis BuaOJ that ply thr long dis,i.-s In the various countiy districts have of necessity lo wait for long hours between trips before they take to tne road. while those routed in Electricians and Bridgetown and its environ irvk B II of the SaniQue^l^r^^ ^J\^SSLfi% 'ulT.". • IM Unanl will be giving a ing for the labour dav ,*|ebra" n d al Ihc Ion < ' half an rOUr P ran 'ing the Spread tion intervals nf Diseaseover the public adWork on the various atalli elc Conductors and drty 'em of the Mobile CineMarled yesterday. BO far a few eountry busiilll m UW bg ma at Graeme Ball plantation stalls have been abroad* erected wolt al ,hr ,M|S aland at Ptobyn 1 .,', 8 o'clock. Extra electric poles have been Street by pUjlng spirited games Hi* lecturewill be Illustrated place) at various places to give of draughts and dominoes for the by an approurial.Aim. mmodation for more lighting, most part. Pears, Cucumbers In Good Supply A quantity of pears and uc um bei an be bad In 'in %  'Ut any trouble eyicumbers are ranging from 8to 12c and pears are from IOC, l< I4c : and Bouee wlvea will have no n obtaining their qw %  Borne braadfl ill in around the town I 1 %  • ''' are making Ihi %  long with .1 h %  %  some Of) k; %  BgO ; -' ' % %  1 one ladh oi '>''. 1 an .dtaueousiy. We had ; -..|il< lu.iii all 'vei the ""• '" nara 12 language aruups In .,11 irrara represented. V M r C 1 ilv iriternatnuial. I had nuinv discussions with all :.oups reprosented [nesdenUlly we had a young chap ft and a group from DM Baham 11 on the Coui %  TKAIMNf; OKSCOITKKS Over the week-end Satunl.> Mtfa Sunday 21 t Beptember, the second ... UM f KiMin-1-Uan Hcsul Caurn-. w I •d by Mr Chart 1 ringer, acting Commissioner for Training Mi Kenneth Hie Botha Troop Tw.. gow n Oroup s...uter undei Mi 1. T a .y. acting Northerfi Are 1 % %  .I gad this %  ., %  %  .. tb were fl"•' , -. u am and athtland Areoi ie divided inb Vaden-Powoii iM go Buck -in t He 1 1 tori Rei %  ••'' | ... % % %  Cornel neldh Price 4/S each. Iso — HOO IMMi ANT TAfi: 54c. I KOA< II IIIVI-s I 'Each I;I;I 11 v. 1 \1111 1 :111 \n LTD. Fashionable SHADES For Ladies to Suit every Costume. MIKII* uilh .... OCCI'I.KNS. rol.AKOII) & WM.SONITK 1.1 \si:s MM. ( Illl 111(1 NS SHADES I LIP-ON sll Mils SWIM GOGGLES DIVING MASK Mi.l TinNn I'-ADJl'ST SHADES KNKJirrs LTD. HARRISON'S — BROAD STOCK-TAKING NOTICE. OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ARE REQUESTED TO NQTE THAT OUR STORE (ALL DEPARTMENTS) "III III 4 I OM l OX WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 1ST AND 2ND OCTOBER NB. Payments Will Receipts Issued Be On Accepted And Both Days. HARRISON'S Hardware Department 1 Dial 2364 or 3142



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PACE Sl-V BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIlfRSDAY OfTOBRR 2. IM2 CLASSIFIED ADS. I'l HI.11 Ml I M l> IM III II SALES lElC^HONI 210* I Mil MI-..M Hill 8AU S*i NOTICE mi HAKHAIIOO I III (HI U, I L*t mi ii > Tln.otnv oibb* hALTOMOTIVfc ilAflKMV* BCNGAtuW M -. i** iovi> Mr..*h Hen s*. Bain. r fiamon* Rodi n i • | 0 Ml .^rONrvrnoFT I %  abed lUetuBtn* turn mi IMal WlMBLBY Leal i.ri RoM. AMI %  Ml I i H"(l I Jl.wUUf MM d fMMMH T Mara) l. Bwa I %  HVMII. HELP AM ovtBscrn WEI irtTR far I i.en'* BuCar rt". SI I'ete* Bal•IB) M p,i I* Al>plii-..• %  in*, kill be lir-lvM bj li* M""~" %  U>an* Fncli-V up 1* !•> Orb 3a. %  cpe-llion t>,.l POIK, No IlJ llM ha* been loaf, and bavfr"'^ *PPl.eaon to Si* IMrectnra to gram duplicate -d the uiw NOTK I it M-'bv given that un!*** any ctbiecUnn %  • ii> %  HNH I" UBM lu f>. HuMon. Son i 1 till i' I 10 M cLfitK 'r-T. i" m* •' %  rx-il *nlar> fM BO per mi.'h Appb ii< !*•" *i written appbrMo. to C A * iK.elln%  *•>%  1 :l r...T. p*. Mini. J* *' "iOVW.KKTW H Tor CodtwbTtoei <:ol !.**. ' *•*" Qw-taro provided Poi rriiliil e- ibi .-rd from MIS< KI.LANFOIS i HOOM by I"* t-d-*ltt'na loom %  g C'O AdvnCat* O i ii •: PHOTOC1RAPIIIC FUI.AROr.K Vied io lurchiwe Photogr-phwrnu Dr Simon Tel I0t& M rnisiiwi Thpublic H hereby "n'd U, %  nrku credit to my hufband JOWf rA*.TMC..D. ** I do '""J^," ir.rftlnan/ rf*l>' *" %  * "> J"t u"lf* BT %  Wr:*.,*r i.rC %  • MARIE lAITMi*. H %  P St, K. • 1 10 ft. LOST A FOI M. LOST %  UNQLiT. AXI.r TRAI.r. vr*i. h*' b ,i,i in hotel toll, any make Trade* fMP. olbn lii>< loo Snlthi E4iiir*ilii4 Worlu I'l i 4MB M %  si a X|.w- OFFICIAL NOTICE HUADOt IN INI t-l-HM lumi i.| AFFIAL 1 Eqi'ilat'i* JLIII|<]KI|I>' I JOHN ANTHONY ft r: | i-or-ru* OTWAV HILKI I-I. .idanli n Odor In ii..Jl<1 and %  md I kvwroMna 'I witli .i,d Miual fiv.nlrw. ||f .! %  -T ( ,„ MHkUlM % % %  'IiMl m:a M M P *oj .-I. I,\ |xBIK comprlllHm l-ld**o' on Tb Octobri. IffJB •ISP \T hRWOOD OFFICIAL BARBATXMI IN TNI "ShlAM I AFFIAI OFFICIAL NOTICE %  AtuDoa IN THE 1'Ol'KT OE CHANCERY nf (ii Chancrr Act. 1PM I do bdirby |it> nott.. ; anal*, riffci of tahfid or bay lien or lanimo. !" % %  %  ,ftrn:t* \l\* profwrtr h*fU>ailr maaiionad, th propwiy of U DHinlMt. %  %  %  mm an bOMMMI of UMFII rUtma wllh U*t wilwa — a. ow !" M % % %  %  bo aniUaM bHMw> Tuoortay or Friday bctwoon lb* nojira rt %  BOO* (d I O'clock In lb* af|*moo>, al in* hVi.'Tt.oii OWr. Publu Bulldlnaa, IrtdairMwn. b^uni W Si* day of November, lutfl m or*r mat aucb clMMMr %  %  %  %  • %  OfJbBrwkaa •"•! pi*>n. ill be ircljded from the brnoflta of ony IUCPM and bo # M l d of all rlbbna on or ocoinai in.uid proprti> Chllf CYkll iHUCI MOOKII l>.f r s aal — WILMBP 0Ntl>.r < I MaOHB PBOFBBTY All THAT ceitoin.fdm or parrel ol land uluau at Codrini SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. H bounding on rwanc and un T"dther with and all otbor buiumai Manduuf and baiiu Bill ritad Ui AJI'I'I ItSJ Dated and Soptember. IMS .,. . Mlrnaol and laland — __ itemofit one 4n* ona rood < %  theroaoouta Abultins -I-I i of knu.1 Jaw C-ddle of on. Fofd *!*"•?>„>, Public Hoed. o. ho-ever en tba afama may be aVArtund TS 7*3*22^ K^-kd MAYVILl* %  and arecriona on th* maid land erected and fcuiit %  J NUTOH. IPth S*pt>ml*r. IPSI I 1 lir-IVIMA Milt •^ptrml^t. lU V H BOKAIKT. ltd October. IMl sAULna TO it BO re : KMBTAU. 'th O. labor. 1PU -MIM. i.i ihiNimr. FABAMABJatO VMI ll'IIOH I.I MM Ml NSSTOH JM October. IPH M s lio.NAIHI. ann ottob.r. iPU -All-IN.. I" TBINIBAB ANB CTJBACAO M B HKRBIUA. 11th Octobor. IBM pomiruca. Antlffua. BtonUer'at. S'e\n aiJ S Km*, and Faa..ndnra an-y lor Bt Lucla^ Ballin* Frtdai October. 1BU rla, and Pa—on,er, only for Kaiurday llth Ortotoer. IBM in ...urn-.,a •wMfflnr AMIOCTAIlnN .isi COM*—. tM> Sm toil in*-. rMM POU1.TRY uv %  Id ba'fMAWUDTM BeHJftn TinKni. month* "id WHITE tXCiioi -Heclini all that ceil ol lar,d iltuatr n.-r M.., !" lall of Haint TlHHiia* and li-nd of BUr bado* conUiinii.e i„ •dwm,, live ixrrbco or tnrrr.ix.iti bounding on land iollowey fin landi ol • pimr oa. <*, land* of lb* eatale of Tlam.' •Ill drceaard and on tb* pub., %  the ume bound lo brine before me -n aceou„i %  tnerr -aid clalma mill Ihotl wrtneoar* doeumonu and vouabeto. to be aaaaui,*' 0, me on anv' Tu*moy. o* | ineen the hour* of 11 ( the Cirrk of tba Aunt. %  Appeal ai ine Cou.l lluuar B i,i-fore ino Itfi of October. IBM. n SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR OlLt IMSfiO i// sit WHUL J'OIXTSVWhii for Hal Le-h'ii n. week AMI Kl< AN KAlIDER. ISO l.l.IJVKltPI) TO YOU November lnl .n. \.o 1U da>> I>IIHIJ" llal.-hin. "Ut ^JST OHDOIS i PAY US A VI II H Andrr* MISCELLANEOUS NIIW I -. Chi jilt Of evory dcnptiir, Qlaee. China, old Jewel*. An* Silver V Me redout* Brly book*. Map*. Ante %  rapha etc.. al Oorrtnde* Antlgue Sho; ..ujomlnaBoyal Yacht Club nrinwNB NAtrncAL ALMANAC I0M. Kabert* A Co S90I 1 10 U J rVtRlTF. SHKBT^^A limited ejuanlio if arcond hand *v*iltr h**tr Al r> V Sr^tt A Co Lt<\ Wl Ii I roMrphon* 4*21 St 1 %  I to the nature anil priu npcctivvh. otncrwlae inch | •one will be precluded from th* bvi tb* MM Or,r<*. ai.(I M i BBBB pa ,>, a^atanjl • I .i prof f. Llaimanla arc auo noliflid >'..t n %  nu.t attend lb* laid foi.tt on Wodr ,i*. Ih* alb day of Octoori liclock am whan Ihcir id cUlm* v.1 be raivked Oiven under mj hand tt.i. 31*1 da> < July. IMl F O TALMA. Clerk of the Auniani Court < t Appea I U 3n WE curry an a**ortment of GOOD ItOOKS %  M them at At/twaie Stationery i. 11:.i,, .,i % %  Aral %  ,M i i u il Appeal dated bV IPU there will be act up lor MM lo Hi i ftaan*, h IBM -t DM or...i |b* • • i ..I The A.M.i-.l al I i Court Houa*. Br>fta>|i>*> hour* of IS inooni and 1 o'clock in tn fb BOSB M I MM) Mtnbar. IP AH in paicrl ol land Mtnal paiiih i and Uland Barbadea contain ina by adPMO>i .. *a on* lood and tbiny-n\i ur '.rien.il—uu abutUn* and buun liTidt of Lilian Holloway on Ian place c*ii*d -Holroacon landi r-t-le of Tboma. OUI, deceaaid. i he public road or however i %  ante inn abut and bound an< n aoUl IMl *<1 property .ill be **l lor *al* . IUM 1 A. . . i il told In a I £lil 0 0 —teu lb.. .. I dav of July. 1M> f O TAl-VIA. CENTRAL EMPORIUM i ""IT Hroad A Tador HtrrrU Hi tin: AUVOCATF. For GOIJI) unuh.'i Hritn your BACK ACHES... lMBMfMUlull.<.U.edb*l U lkldn..I. TtluonoTl*rrlK*Uu^hh... Wh*H tba* fd out ol order. ei'**i MMB MM >ei*MM>i waabM A; Ii tb arriatn Irnn Uitoiln. hcadarha, ihotBBatiaiB, %  Till IB IB* root thai -lire*, oof' feehna MBB WLw. To Maka •** %  kKkwr* •*£ IIMMTf and I-i'rpll.cmm read e..1*r MB |faj*U'a K**wr Kll*. Ikxld k.1n*. Pfa. nMdJy rj wir are.-l u ld.ai ) UaoJ of MtOM acid* *nd waalo* *D thai pur*. %  MlMlll-fl 10aoort o-*e MBMMMM. TBOB JOB fool boBor look botlor work BBBST OBB TMi ant rood, lo done* with & BBMt on DM imian* LWdd'i KhW M th* hlue Mckata nth tba red BMaik 0*d> Z .1 ad Jrui ilw*.. at i Tall* *0r pe' E William* Fi I io a I MSIHHII n..w lo the Dall| Tlt|i.ii BruHind* Ir-d.nr Dally Newepar*' BBi unr In Pail ado* by Al' only a I*t\. mll-t (.ublK.MIon In Inndon Conl.-icl Oal* CO Ail'orat* Co. Ltd lCRanrcoentaUve T*l. 3111. 1 4 M tl> IUIHA1AIA • %  11' ar on lit -ii mi i %  ,r.*elin fhe houae <-, %  t. 1 dB -i; .i anted Und M and (JAIUtlBON III.MI InlpeCtlOli On app,lcn' oi Trurte*. P\ibllc Built""' and it< appurtcn i>ale by public c %  o"ei. Jam** 5're-i B Tbundiy. OUi October I hr Land Acquisition Act, 1949 %  a .. it (fiown and d I plan of aiirnv Mnrd by Mr i h IBM, and Ai*d In the fii i ..i Cnlinvoi i" ,Va' ill i-.i KotfBM "1 U* i i i Of ihe Lglatui< ion 1 ..i • %  UM lolh,wlnc pin. ,., iMn ..I %  inn m;ik Tir. s.nrnni „..„< OFFICIAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY In pursuance of tba Chancery Ad IBM I do hereby mv. .-.avir.a or clalmina any eital*. riant .,r mirrc.t or any lion or incuinbraiace I Hicitlna Uie property beirlnaftrr nu • -mod, the property u | tftr rViendan iir.il before me an account „( ihnr H.,ima with their wllnoM*., dncumanu .... .' %  ucner* to bo eaamined by me on any Tueaday o> Friday l>l-r>n the houi >* j' !" ? *'" 1 ? V' tloc ln %  • %  " T ><**" ' "t KanHiration office. Public lluildn-r, llrid*town. bofo'e Ihc Sih d U of Hi %  Tit-r. IM* in older Unit .uch claim* i II mi.l ranked accnidina; lo th* nature and priority 1 uncrwiar iuch peiwna will bo preclul.-l from the benefll* of anv decree i %  cpr|vod of all ctalm* on or aaaimt 'i, naid property rl.l.UN WINSTON 1HV1NI OHIFFIT1I Hi-femlaai l.Mi. IRETON BROOMX ium herein b. EDNA OflCOLA BKiKlal IILI Attorney on tecofd IB thla KOPCRTY AU. THAT Certain pi.%  or parcel of land Blunt* al Six in the paruh ..f Haini Petei an 1 .land abovreeid tuntaii ina by admeaiurcment On* Rood Thirtoan Prr.h,. or Ihcieoboula lol *hlcb aira Elhl I'eiche* loim part of an aba xl I'ublic Roadi abut find and boundlna "^ 'SL* 1 !." 1 Slx M ""'' P *"•*•' "•> ""d. of M.eara. R (I Cliallanor Ltd. and on the IM.iic Road ui however el** th an. may abut and bound toajelner with iho Me.u-.or D-. and allI other buiMUM* and o-cti-n. on the *aki parcel ol land erected and built itandiriri and heina with :li oppurtendpc**. lull Hied IMh July. IPU ||. WlLLlAUi Dated md September. I Mil K.-niMiai-inChainei %  WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF 1 1 101 A MfSSOHII.'S. Cluimois leathers Ycllmv Pilishin^ Clnlh Miracle Black Adhesive Miracle Tub Caulk Sealer Durex Musk inn Tupc Shaler Hi Patches Sparlon b & 12 Volt Horns Clear Hooter 12 Volt Horns Chrome Rim Embellishers Kxpandinc Reamers Extra Cutlers for Reamers Auto I. II. .ii,. Valves Fan Belts all Models Rear View Mirrors Insulation Tape l*i .mi Tyring 'a In.. ** in., 1 in METAL CYCLE PUMPS Schrader Air Line Blow Gun Lionide Leatherette All Shade Birkmyre Canvas DECCP. RECORDS DOLLAR SALE CALYPSOS THE NEW CONSTITUTION CAT'S BOl'V E Tiff TRAIN BLOW SAMPSON AND 1?EULAH 1851 MtiHOCtO 1827 DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM :0W HAVANA IS A-CAIXING ME 2U',H SAY SI SI 2155 EL RELICARIO 2209 MY INSPIUATION ?8r.O SAY IT WTH MUSIC 22 EASTEH PARADE 2fi7 HEATWAVE '6, BLUE SKIES lande IB? Vr-l.l -. he tide -d Ui* prarnt Iwh market; 4> th* *."i en Band Street and <•' ,--,,d. iQBwtt M *" ,h md *rection* threo" thu twenty-ninth da. kPtoBIBOf, IBM. at Oovernmcn' Ho .. ih* Idand of Barb-do* „,__ set. Aumrn SAVALI Oovorii.il II YEARS — II YEARS l-'li l' 1 '. I \HIH %  DAY ! LABOI'R DAY ! TlirWorkrrr/ Day GHAND FAIR i ttM AruapicvB of FIVE CALI-ON DRUMS OK RED ROOFING PAINT FOR METAL $6.78 per uln. AtOI) f5.7 per K i n FIVE YE Ml USAGE CAN BE SHOWN Hi* ibih.a... Wurkrra t'Bion And Thr IL. 1.4.1..-. 1-ai.ti.u I'arl) un .luinl->. but October, is:.: (Btiiik-huuday) At QUEENS PARK OutstanduiK Bvaotl Hill See In [UAeB BRADSHAW & CO. Thr I .MiniBN Sli.iu Donkey K.. A. rnb.Un DlBpUy Pyramid Kuildins Hi.ill ll.ii.iii.ini; MUM I.Control. Etc. H. mil Contest Sre the (Towntiif of 'MiaBarbados" Comic Football (LadieM Spinsters vs. Married W BMB ;ukei Matcli — Stevedon vs. Lighteiraen •-icrl Band (omprtttlon lit trite ; StUM hBl Prlae : flt.M \ nidi vlllc and Calp < mi p.-1 It Ion—Two Shown : ii ni and Mld-Nicht II \NCINC. Kr*r M Celebrate Youi Il.n I Do not robw It IBBR8 ITUwl \ilulU 1/:: ( hili!i. -II fid PEACHES. Tin, PEAKS. Tins PINEAPI1 F. Tins PINEAPPLE CHUNKS. Tins GARDEN PEAS. Tin, .11 I1SEY TOMATO JUICE, Till 1?.T", TOMATO JU1CE |, (l Tln HA "S lUn -lb lo ritrr Vow ordrr. Wllh I'. N.W • JOIIX %  . I VI I 4111 A S>S I III Oi"l 1335 .;. Km-buck Slrr1 SPECIAL LINES OBTAINABLE AT 4. E. TAYLOR Lru. 3 Specinl Line* in Lft III HtotM up to Ui' Mmul.' Style •6J1 and $8.57 ( ELANESI PANTIES 93 to $1 ?• SLIPS or f2.(M PYJAMAS t 2* NIGHT GOWNS 13.28 IRISH I.INKN BUm fm Men $74.00 CREPE i)E KASHMIR 1 WHITE A COLOURED MIAHKSKIN from $1.47 to $2,80 KMHItoiDEItY GEORGE rTE $2 44 — White and Coloured PLAIN SPUN 72c :., < %  i4 PLAIN CREPE 72c. to $' 83 SATIN 84c — White MV Coloured FUG I 3flc. ami 72c. I nil rKI> si'IN B6, FRONT DOC^R FIBRE ^ \TS $382 BED TICK M.4 to 82 I'ULL-OVEKS 85c. 1 Beer made in Holland — Cartons 1. I. TA i I OH LTD. < % %  !. ..! %  : %  Slrccl. Dial: 41IH1 w h.rc H**IHIai SIT 1111.11 and Meal are LOW. und where You ijcl 5*". Discounl BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS



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WHAT'S ON TODAY I -/ Error 10 m p IB vn l M t %  t U p ni VESltROAY S WtATHW RfcPO*T Chinese Communist War Prisoners Riot \v AII i \. inn r'n. IHI. \OII: o\ KOHI %\ IIIO.VT 45 Reds Killed; 120 Injured General Naguil) Cheered Oct. 1. %  %  I 1 SAN; KORFA. (Vi 1. i i battle between that threntn %  IHI d %  : %  I land The battle between United States infantryinei •ones, barbed %  %  %  . • Do.uun Chines.i, m< 5.000 Communists arc imprisoned %  Ww. II M rwi c :.-.. square %  %  lid not • %  %  I'tijtht from iI l.ad* barrlend. walls forming ihe foundation M new winter quarter-for the cptiv< %  The announcement said that two platoons about TO men—' % %  ompound seven of uabai three A when prisonerrefused to obey order of the? Camp Command" : %  • stop the dcnintistratinn. i *nt i : ,11 I COO* ouafc ". ho said 1 1 • %  unification You :ni> le OUT DUltrc Ann yo i*1 it succeeds". ...... •lionghohi ^>f iml tration had begun *>* ""t riou tifter cuards moved In to organln detail* to continue work on WII IBBa. treaty with rtera. Communal(l.iumBritain, Egypt'* good a eri Hed biinncri ami delled Unit. thi >uxhoiil tho Rules Infantrymen to art against amitd". General Nagmb declared, them It was the first such open; Tl %  %  • now ueteAance since para trooper s unrliice under 'hen Brig. General Haydrtn L lha BTVB mis BoatOOr launched a drive thai hed prisoner deflnncr nn Koje i Th e PretniW will return Cuban Delegation Wan! New Agreement For Bigger Sujrar Markel ; From (hir Ovi < urrespuiiden.1 > Ocl 1 i., the International LEAVING the White House is Ceorgl Zarubln. new Soviet Ambassador to the U. S„ after he presented his credentials to President Tm-| man. He told the latter that the Union la "striving" to maintain friendly relations wilfr the U. S. The Chief Executive *sured ./-inibin that the United States "desires only to see a world *ere I !viand last June Former Method* -ommand said prison'revertti %  i %  violence* 1 in challcngng United Nations authi day's outburst wu the bloodiest -onflirt smcc United Infantryman broke Communist resistance on Koje, A few minor incidents have taken phut In Uu united Nations prison camp* since but the> had been quickly siipprcsaod under the t' N*s "get tough 1, policy Communists have found *ueh incsdenta In prison < an .1 eonsJderBOM propaganda value U.S of da ugh 11 rtSBneri and of pommJttlna •persecutions" BI I again'! their —w.r Liberals Lead In Japanese Elections II. IRMsl Mulll Kit in TOKYO. Out I, Conservative parties led by Yoshida's "Liberals' W. olicy I Delta town*. Kiu rU-icplu.n ... ,.i almost equally lumultou turn wtW n I • %  i v. i if Sift.i %  %  re in*• i C gta ii | hKiO"* e throng aheered UM % %  i ii .HI hour, Enrnute i'< Sif'a. the General i | I \ % %  i lev a of the earporal who was th ..ni. man killed In the Juh read KJI| Parouk's fl to the tokUai hundred ,,mind* —t'.P. M.Ps To Visit West Indies iron our O-( •IIM><"> PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. I. i B Ithtll VrmhiM ol PB liament' and I' 111 toil bai of Brltlsl Waal Indian i %  %  i all memi • Hi d (ting %  weaMh Partlamantarj AHMH-I.IHI and the Trinin.iii bnu> prising all mnnliof the I't: III Date Informally October ID I il rrangetnenl foi then f<,i i five-day stuy in the COtOQj. poaernmenl spoki i.. i wife, and] U list Richard H. B Croaimai 1 to the vis thai Hi,. II P will have states policy. look at Inbour condition* Deration with the I'nited States grew weaker nd the West — C.P. Grossman began un.l. ; rage of luud boos when tie said ha had toned Iowa U 111 afti'i winning %  plaea on the panv %  b iald 'i %  action at believed faclnf" demanded b' %  in thai attacks on Bcvanism. quite In evitable if the rearmament rat continue*. The arst i, is that Kussia and the UniteSlates are getting stronger win 'rent while the rest of u isl services. L.S., U.K. Differ On Approach To Iran 11* K t. Til \l I I %  Aiu'lu-Air.i'i ua:; dilleit'i replyiruj In Irai Ian Ptejtnici .1 '. i Umatui .• %  % %  %  en to weaken the joint Ir.ml put m thi Tt una oRaV Wedneeday, D 5 -Til I M Ol '-NKRh r R :; front i lug <: 7 3 a in Hoi. I ,. tuition loiiHi.-i.' (Mm nuinion M i V i*r.i)< i tiioHpai I I il*l I i %  nsinir %  mum Prasu ii.i i to lir. J . iLontnilon ial I hurr n i. %  a r viaa la i i i iiiniii lOhareh i i n co.i I H S Si.mis .H : nun. Jmvelleiy Racket In /*ort-of-Spain Pi I'llHT-OK-SPAlN. ..,:. • •...... whii h iekslei Referendum Bill Postponed —r.r More Affiliates Favour CJJC Meeting In B'doe GEORGETOWN. B.G.. Sept M Two nine ol M\ British Guiana aflUatea <•( the Caribbean Labour Congress are in favour •>' %  "t a full %  <>f the organization in Barbados r<> conatdi I member organizat.ons not being permitusd s^V'i^^u Id Federation of Trade Unions and thai .. ^TsobolA Strong Russian Delegation To U-N. B] IIINRV SHAPIRO MOSCOW, Oct. i i;ua added two rooie ace diplomats Wednchday to its delegation to the I'mtcd Nations .\%  Doeeta in New %  i 14. Mr. Andrei Gromyko. Ambassa-' dor to Britain and Ark.di BobOlev. Ajnbaaaadoi to 1'nland were named i<, I %  l i.. | rembly meeting. Ttn ; i .. %  • i i %  %  today from London ana nMl Pi Alcide Chrtettan Deno <*i>mmunist led i ight and wen s. • of %  measuie I tion to set up naehinerj I feiendum r of the London branch of C.L.C Ttaaag are the British Guiana Labour Union and the Cosmopolitan Workers Union and their stand on the invitation from i Barbado%  the Con. %  meeting of the n< II ngreai In Jamaica in Ider n'cs. n Ki Union Council and the People's Pro... too great importance Cot %  > %  %  decide Thi i %  t Honourabla Aden • to purge Wc came With Ule estabhshment recently of n lean Regional Organization of DM nil Confederation C.P. %  ill attend D r. LMVaTTS HII. U.V\ ISA I IS SAI I IT iCKKVLTVWO. iDVtSOt Mr A de K Prampti tral Adviser to tl I OeA'elopmen 1 ad on the 3th October in order to second meeting of thr I body of Farm Ii He will return on the 10th I October. Ocl 1 1 ,it dowi %  a legisl i in it.. The show <>f l i i UM Government piopuaal i put aside the referendum bill, ai t'i gtVO Hi-t inimit, t. .i ineasui II v,i up (i tuaeenw Court Bot Ihe cov lad t i in Italy'a 19* i %  nlve ti i ight of %  o.r. Sit (George Sgem will retire iuih Apr I .96% The Bog COaOt •..iiled S.: i ollar, DaveJo] Organisation and Itntish CoCommi rev/n Age. %  a term Governor -i s %  nd next yeat. to • Qtvn Ag highly lanl thai the %  onsulted In the %  .(Kin. ted Stul' 'M i." ar urtneot l ng (SB the foi such a deation, ti inal ihe Amar%  ., .-. ,i l %  .! I kin regard. eountrli while n Ii H Baatam countrtsu m the tti %  i cot %  Aebaaofi 1 %  %  %  rtad la iBeeekaa people. < -ll'l |i.iwnlii-'k era "i thousand i >>( dottai t trading in faka \i eellerj ding t" ra. auig lodged %  '' the beat pawnshops for large ied at souths! 'bargain" prktei to unaua tvea and ordlnar folk l men inasquerarl. | .iIK) %  la the racket ... ,,..i> ol .. ild banal %  irgaln" In .. rmt-of-Spain salesman flrtt %  anted S3t"i foi ihe banglaa bni than 1104 I a"' th %  lunglca teatad it a reputable |e* I %  .i n i thai nay were gold-eovara ..UIH'I ii-wgiur • %  ••M-f m>rtsemet Utwn to thai tin", hud ti.ken in paid lot ol If' '" %  ,t Foreign Policy Football WASH1NO Pi Hi wll %  . .,;. %  i, %  %  %  %  Britain dot hat aethji | • !.l 111.. %  ad %  %  pep U Wll %  I %  dims D""< f,. r i| t "tev "he 111 I no %  First U.S. Ship I fft/iffirtf To Fire iwttidiHl Missiles PABIB Ool i ^ ,;. i | Linn. Ii' %  .ii hip equipped : > we tiue guided m %  i %  .. i-..it. i %  -'f Iha ii .i Klmball KJmball alao t<>i ii.iu.< the guided . | 1 %  i it Wl • thai It waa equipped *nh guided boot down %  d that othej haw ... tion agali I war i r mi,. i wOl me. %  nulit with iduntei i i %  E>tr*h ha i goal in talk%  • Ih Brtt > Affair. II Vliddletoi ii would at There have been earlier .suggestions in Teheran th it I ,.. %  u> %  '' %  %  % %  II i*h Ainhass.il'" In B ,-. ; %  %  arlv understniiding state Departmenl in a*i>h .! the need i" keeiui front in view ol known hVetl the ilhance -II' %  uiw nil d hi noes t hicaep. However, thi W onal I %  < i .Mi did not revi i t win b Hf lol i uw rail) .i % %  i I..,.. trerul lob of doet ntenune naat A.n..r and we %  ( v asori the Novembe i tk i lion —t'.P. Freighter Left Zenith %  %  i'n r Zen .' %  %  %  i left waterlogged to It alf i" freight* two days, .HI) oj Barbw atory was Riven i. Alfred Petal I ,. i god i bu-ki P %  with the "Zenith" %  off a freighter wtv flad .. few dasa ..." •ZeniUi' ..' %  i %  i loejed The ito BrM %  i dltlon thai ovar to inn WhMi Captain T.u %  %  %  %  offer, the freiB'tieT len U.S. Writer Will Ia€Ctl|n In India WASHINGTON, O I man, New 'r ....... i !. %  i %  M Admlniatra.: :. .: V.,1 p.. %  %  %  I Tour Satisfactory OS AN INSPECTION TOUR oX a hospital in Alexandria. Egyptian Premier Otn Mohammed Nagulb paoaes to eachanci salntes with a yonna patient Hanag onaUd King faronk and two prcmlera Naauili now i* sarvmi i. Ms own minister of defense and i navy in addition to holding tfce premiership. I"lational .SoandnhotOi %  %  %  %  Th %  %  taraat." t ral % %  IT. to E %  %  %  %  ni ~h, -w si,.... pro i %  %  i %  N.. 11 i t" %  ii knee n loot Iplc parUclpaoU %  ii the plenum "f a In %  %  Ui gad |aM,000 inauran a • ii, ild both i the alleged ihi IH i plane ..i "onlj •htn I %  mm %  i.it.ly rcild ., %  diligant" Mean', other persons n.iudin| ,ii llano's brother, weti %  ..i . ... T.I ringer, jnd taaa producer Ii the hust>and ot %  i %  %  i __: p I .k. Wurnttl UMHki Iran OH -Puri'liUM'* WASHlN'iTO Hesponslble quarters said m A'.Klnesda. that Ilritair. has told Ihe United ItfU hgt l...light from Iran in Uv I %  %  %  %  %  %  gentle] buyers before Britain eat %  .i Iran Jones han been f in Iran where Ids pr-%  lay be planning I %  %  : %  i : %  Whenever you rememberwant a cigarette It's the TOBACCO that counts QtfgpU



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PACT TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THIRSDW (MTOBfR. 1 l.-.2 Qahib Qcdlinq Rupert's Sprin p Adventure—43 *7 L AJ> Y 8m fill Hutimt R.-ilnt %  :.in... %  A Kloi Otl M %  I I. Itiri (w tin I'M// t ; IND MM u I I'tiiii" Ki'iilul the British Mr. Cecil % % % %  IPianist unban and Mr. Gerald Hudson. A M on Tueada Mr ten .. //../ Shirt Iful Skirl T l %  <.% %  igether Club mi their lannil Hot a • Hoi Ball : n niflM Octobt Hudson. A.H I t I id the Hi II %  %  hot shirt and hoi shut. Ad mil Ion will be IQMlon. Kcturiii'ff M IL W WOOD HOUSE, B.A., Ituilding 1* vi topim-nt AdvlMito Development and returned from Trlnid'l I A. <>n Tuesday last. 1 MMMMlMM II'I tin II %  Included dmiliar piece* ehosen from %  8d HbM OtteA Rachmaninofl Mr. Jack reoalvt i llUN from an appreciative .nd ..Ithough this was %  vnaag not the first inn. tor I g yet another chance In i to his keen musical interirebli i station, wait indeed a treat. Mora recitals ,f this nature are lulred in (his island when one ling* raalli t-nim %  and n %  i MM) thi> vill not be Mr. 1 I tart appearamr baton members and their 1 Dd moat certninlv not to %  dteti public in i 1 itlon inrtondod lo the Cultural OAcei c4 the dub ind t<> the RcpM'Miit.itivi v ol the BriU h C >unintmvnt M R. EUSTACE GILL, a formei pupil of the Lodge School left the island on Friday afternoon by B.V.M.A. for Kingston. J,.r where he has taken up a teaching appointment at the Excelsior School. Kingston. Hi is "he son of Mr. and Mrs Gill of Maaslah Street, St. John. Ttiim For Trinii/ml T H E Barbados Welghtliftlng Tcum to take part in tba H..I W.-igiitiifitng Competition in Trinidad. left by H.W.I.A. on Monday. They were — M. H. Webster (Coach). Edwin Rogers. C. Jackman, E. Ihmglas. R. Goddard. B. Grant. G. Jordan. G. Nicholls and F\ Miller. Olvmj)iti livnvral Hinting 'TWIE members uf Olympfa M. Sports Club will hold Unit general meeting at Queen's Park ..fternoon at 4.30 p.tn. Among the Hems on the agenda will be a ballot of new members, ind officers. For 4 nmc Ruptri n ipMchku "II inn SMI on (hot iri bt torn* o* tHc wooden ol tt.r connirr." My* (he firmer. Vo haw faved lbs hedge and rhe iteei end iht inu. (bough foodtt.i knowi whK | M w.u ,„,. hen. Mcin.hiU .ou deteret ra ^^e STARS* Look in the section in whuh >um birthday nd what your outlook Is. according to the stars. FOR THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2 1952 Siva these lor youtsell." Ha a.vei over the grapes and a peach. 'OB. thank vou, how topping!" .tea Rupert £ayina, goodbye he '.mi off and-nest minute he tpiea I cerlily headin f tor Pc~ BM m > %  %  -r,-l' %  -, %  e what I've Clubs May Co-operate LONDON. Another London club planning Coronation scats is the Royal Aero Club in Piccadilly. They have engaged a firm of architects to make a stand for 300 people. It will be built on the cantilever principle, with a striped canopy in Coronation colours. Members will ballot for seats which will cost about £12 12s. aMh, including breakfast and lunch. To avoid a hotch-potch of styles, the adjoining Cavalry and Royal Air Force clubs are conMderlng employing the same architects to build their stands -LEU. fin I/in 's Bahamas Another Delay NASSAU. A meeting of creditors of ButUn's (Bahamas) Ltd. in Nassau has agreed to a further adjournment of three months of :inhi-iimg of the winding up of the concern. Mr. Stafford Sands, a Butlln official. Is completing negotiations for the purchase of the Grand Bahama camp by Mr. William Dunn, of Chicago tMarck 21—April VI problem U DK SjV OUgh 10 r.JtIOIl f TAUatUi 1 April 21 to May : OBMXNI ^j May 21-Jnaa 21 CANCER Jtuu W July 03 I LEO 1 July 24—Aug. othc!* than af rbadians In BOOBPIO Oct. 24—Nov. 22 PUT your linger on any part ( tbt ttobe ind youll prol Phaen the* %  !— % %  i I. ,.,! in Liverpool arul 'unit. 'i in I. till Li %  %  .\ ow, tinindustrial cai Ital ol Bcotlandi in • Edinburgh, the real capital. I met and two others an living In Ai" I hate an just Ihe main 'lirouifl. || this court. and Ml of than • rloing wall Take r<.i Inatance Adall t Patrfcdi ..! praaanl AaaliUi • i.. ( %  Ilt|tlment ..' S. Of AM deen and Morva Leslie 23 n old Barbadi..i. who two (rear gave up hei job M %  bank i li rb %  %  ludj . ScoUand. 'Morva baa nevar np,'rettcd has dsjcisi she was awarded the Jo %  rue for the l*>*l practical mirsiduring Uic first ycaar of training, plus three other awards nurses in the general training school Morva is a student nui tfai s, .i, Oral Ho pital, Cla-gnw. Educated .,i &. Winifreds BcbooL she came to Scotland in AuuiiNt ifl.so to begin a new W* Whs Mn-iiLi.' "BecauM 1 ". -. I've always been InInjll." From the above results she.has shown just how I ihe is. a still llnds time < % %  nia, rtockej .o„t swimming in between her rtudle likes living In Glasgow. With t. 1 n uralnini ..head, ife ys it is rathi r early many p] lllura. A.I i, ntaPatrlck, IB-yi son pi Mi ind Hi I Patrick ol "Eureka", I Road. Christ Church cam* U> In IMI to study soil oiiu. .,: Abardei n Unl %  Kit,sj he is known to most of la, was educated at HarH whan in 1943 and l4 he gamed the Oxford and Schc* I ( rtnlcate and he following year obtained the buord ami CambrtdM B Higher Certificate. He also holds i lull honours certificate ol ih. iyal Drawing Society. Altei winning a Bovel Scholarship HI July 194.1 he entered the Imperial CoUag* ai Tropical Vgricultura, Trinidad and in ihree %  w a rded the college's liploma. The first three years in Scotland were spent in study and rcsaartb m soil science ami in Mav 19.11 he submitted a thesis on this — the degree of Doctor t PUloaoph] Two months later i Hie degree. EMPIRE >iIO'.ITomorrow 2.3* A l.3t and continuing Ifctily 4.43 A g.30 yVAlTED-LONG REMEMBERED' BURT |ANCASTFR FALL MEN pflV Pill. FOSTER Like lus father, he is a keen l-lioioiirapher. and has been concentrating on the adaptability of mlour photography to soil science In addition to his work and photography, he plays a great deal of rugby and has developed a great liking for mountain cllmbng. in ins present post, he Is coninulng to carry out research on IIH ie temporate regions". His future plans? "Fltz" says. "I plan 10 remain in Scotland as long as possible where tarourablt condiUom fin* research are to be found, especially now that we have )ust moved m to new laboratories". and follow through t.. methods, marketing > fullj watched. Be tuned to detect unxp<< good openings. ^ Your day's indic.itior.s saj your aflb sk win naad in Waste no time oil noncaeentials. Be on the beam! JL. * \ As with Taurus now. you will extra .are in bow you approach other.. JQ\ Conduct important thing* 'irst and well * May bo dull in spots for i business routine. Concentrate on what you know you cat bassos* properly. Private affairs honoured. )|* * *. Bright rnys for heart interests, family -^ S3 matters. Butuiej-s investments, travel, ask mf more care Watch outsuie influences, seek • • Practically in same boat as Leo todav. Aug. 2S—aspt 23 i^evel-headedness can help considerably. T* Your are not alone in bard chores, strugJf gles. Unseen fneiuis pulling for you. ^K LIBRA Unmistakable lessons before us In what J^ aept 24—Oct. 23 comes from arrogance nnd other such egotUtlc Ills. Work against these troublemsjoan .,iv.i.-. Jtr • • • V. Accept graciously any increas,. in au^ thority, gains, courtesies. Don't change attitudes or quality of work in unwarrantad uutdon ^t * k H Try to avoid a tendency to pass up hard Jar -Dee. 29 „ r %  ,,,,,,,1, %  tasks lor easy ones. Use your +( all-round capability to conquer hazards with good humour la • May have \tra load but don't allow it 81 to cause doublS, krrltatkKL Ikyour seri. OUS. pr a ctic a l. lOOd humoured self ^ No irt-up m Kim* unaolead situations? ^ Keep on the IntatU lent, logical side. Some ^ personal mutters very favoured. * * StratftKoni. diplomary cun make a bulls % < M today. Daart noci to ba %  inlui • % %  > ._ discern good from bad. ^ 4t YOU WHIN TIlllAY 1 ^ chatnclerislli's. Vou can l>e reh.il upon 10 %  lnjlh derco to do ^the ritht thinns tor all corner,,,,!, nothing Jim,,),.,nd. 1 ..uoul you Naturally calm. UIUI ,, r'u ^ be arouscl to (ujoroui ml '• llu , * *"T"'V ******** --" "" i'Uie TOBAY ONLY Ml aaasl Ml P.M. iitciiKss or IIIAHO Esther WILLIAMSI.. IWBJ M.NSON and PlAsCA THEATKEi 443 a S30 pin IIOI III \V All AIM' K.ilx-il Mlt.-hi.m A -T1TCOON" J..hn Wmyrw MORVA LESLIE (l.iftl of B.ubado nrl Jai.. t r^i.^ih^raon. -tudent nurse* at thr> Southern Oanaral Hosplt.il. ticUgeW, esarains llio prises they won at their last annual examin.it. — in % %  "Hnii. fit, Oiaapowj GENUINE BOHEMIAN GARNETS MOUNTED ON SOLID QOLO PENDANTS. RINGS, EARRINGS. NECKLACES. BRACELETS ALFOXSO B. UK I l>l A A 4 O., LTD. OPPOSITF. i .1 um Mill •EXCELLENT VALUE Hi -I III Mill I M.I I:,, |-| MI ,, %  v ,., II \ si KYII I N. | II V1-. HOWLS. SAI MIS STI' t'l'T GLASS—JICS. JAM Pills VMM ,.| S SKS, I, l-T r.LASSKS riAl II >lllll\s | |, ••* %  rl.nwi K v A sis— srri:itioit nit in; \ n n IXKIIII N\\ VIII vssoRlr'i) sn \i>t s ATTENTION HOTEL KEEPERS III \VV Ol UatTI U t MIMI N SAUOIPANI I1ROUN I AK1IIINW \ltl IS lt<.> SK.AKS t

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