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PACE TWO 91 \li.\y ADVOCATE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1952 This is the NEW Carton for 'mm COUGH MIXTURE \') s COLCI1 M I 111 c.ciln.tnmSrti ppiea coughing MIfcV. %  %  ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved in 1 Day 111 i >;.,..,:;..*; STOPS COUCHS QU/ChLY / PLAZA Vlii 4 i ill s ItlCIIHiKIUWS Illal ISIS) lo...m 4 tit ft IW p.m fj M <* %  !! •Mttt %  k>i**l|> MM ,u W* M MAiifiANt: 11 i' 1 Ml/ N -*\ < %  :<•. HARKF.I: kl HALS A %  Mn HOOD or Tt*A Bo or. RrvV* I ..... AHBt IT CO*Tn.l K\ H.u:i I > T is* i! % % %  # %  BREAKTHROUGH TRAIL'S END ft WEST OF EL DORADO THAT'S MY BOY CRtSS CROSS MYSTERY SUBMARINEI Ihst ill:Nf.*f %  iin nnin-i.1 %  f liny ninw ts in your bronrhlnl -i Hiair C*JI %  #! Inwd %  %  H {.r'unotca .'..'.a lb* I htood. %  • Aithm* ta-r ft.a T.. E* aln—t %  • .. i it*. %  1 !• -I.IK.V d-a IWUI ""• •Ml II % % %  f" h.VH . I% % % %  rn.t. Tha pofimani -A ii... ... Ii %  turn ri'l > % % %  Wlmia In no tin-t all MBMD MidBtroiiKTry HKNIW O i bar*, c-jranw Too tIn* ]>M" t . KM) I I fiallT •MbaVi f(.Inl | I*" an*! th* ''ill pori-hnu" %  i ... MKNIM II somr CmHrt *• %  > ami % %  % %  r.iwh I i ).. MARTI* "'' .It.i.i. -„.... "'" '• 'Ml Ml hi III "II I.e. '> *M m •l""l MK.UV %  JrHi> l.YNN ri f o HO< •lUTlTDMI.ir %  %  i .,. Mendaco n.i > \NIMI on K II \ \. A IIMHIH TW\II Youthful Vigor Restored' In 24 HoursGlands I' %  o 11 i j ied by New Discovery 1 oW Mill. run-4o*n worn n.i %  wi and slraiaiM *f BMMB IH Irom )OM •! r-.ir. MI* >IM4' AN .o. %  *• %  *i* b> .. Qi • a. a. •HI...0 Kwie wirjiti* I •owlalad .. %  IBS n el -.a* KOOD41 I III V S It i •* 2nrni To Da *.*• •! Hio p.m. •ILYMIMC Dv A Tomon !" 4 SO %  U mtaal'i Da I Fhi i!ii >MI MtCw KkMPMI Vllallw Your Gl.di r-.it. A %  IJ '\l THE KOI HI i K ST. MORAVIAN CHUCH Y.P.8. uill LirpK-nl ai UIHSIUNAKY 1'LAY enlitlrd ('ARCY OF SERAMPORrT by I .int. Wllltanu. M.A. on TUBS. OCT. 7T1I at 7.30 pjn(omr and bring a Friend lll I 'H\NI\ Wild I %  IIAUMH H Ol alDNNIJ Wad A 1 % %  > i Mi .V I MMrHANF GLOBE TODAY MATINFK & KVENIM; \ U id K.;tO P.M. TOMORROW BANK IIOI.IOAY 1 -HllUs lit. 5 and H.M P M. and CONTINUING DAU.X I IROWI AT LAST ON THE SCREEN IN ALL ITS GLORY I %  SS?!5 s 'a .'I 34-Hour B.ii.1'.•:-i"a i-Tabf • Guaranteed ^XSrKLa. Supper Room CONTINENTAL CUISINE MUSIC by PANAMA Chez JEAN-PIERKE Ph. HIS I •:|I:,,II„M. FETE COCKTAIL DANCE IN AID or FUNDS of the CONVENT ORDER ofth GOOD SHEPHLHiJ HELP KADVEtHV rm: i MAI\TAI.\ THE JCUOQL oauroMT THE JOIN THE THOUSANDS FOH SICK "COCKTAILS AND DANCING TO THE TUNES OF THE SOCIETY SIX AND Ail STEEL BAND CRANE HOTEL MONDAY Hlli Oct. From 6.00 p.m. VVWAS FHEE I ADMISSION — $1.50 1 DRESS OPTIONAL BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS) unnoiiiK'e thai as from TUESDAY 7ih OCT. ilurinu (he ill i.iMm:; of their Prcmisi-s. thrir nflicc-N will Lw situated in TEMPORARY PREMISES AT Lower Broad Street — (opposite Plantations Ltd. Building) wiMft :;ii[all Bankioi icrvtcc ill |M rnnducted. H o Mw %  Irmlln'l LHn Of Credit and Traveller's ( hiqurs m..\ (irpsnit these ut the small annexe which is tan bhMl in CplHM Itd.'s hnilrling in Broad Street uhero a United BfUmUni aartriet will be provided. QcLhib fiallwg L ADY RANC'E. wif |n UM U K -I' F Ruborl K.inciI'hy-ii iiin -* %  > %  mh : M R DMIIS I EftNAJU IRWIN. M.R.c.1'. tfngiMd 'i*. VLB > l-ndon 19481. 1 I appointed on three yea< ment lo the posi of I Special.-!. R n rhji i. pfuL I : V l>y kha Udilr-t Klnxdom and wan aeroiripanied ry Mrs. Invin ^n<| thep 'o children. Mr. Irwln wh.. i:i.. i je (jualifled M.RCS. a no L.R.C.P. in January, 1940. u, M.B.. B.8., in May 194(1. fron July 1942 lo DerrmlxM er*ea m tfc. p^j-i Arrn u,,,. Corps leing mftB n January. 1944. Since 1946 wfclB hard fron, thr H.A.M.C.. Mr rwln worked in We HoaptUI. England, where till recently he held ihe pott* of Senioi Mi*ticai Registrar and Semoi Tutor, and Medical OlTicer to the Nursing Start. Intruntit M ISS r-NU) BKOOKF.S who U a clerk at the Qaaai I Office. Ba-'-ieterre, Ki. Kitts, arai among '."ic intr;msii paj anfjen fro-n Grenada yeaterdiy morniiig by B.W.I.A She had been spending a holiday there and I her way back home. Spi-nt Thnv \thnth* R ETURNING to the U.S.A. on Thurnduy last vin PtMftC *ioo by B.W.I.A awra Mlai Bunlci ione. Public Health Nurse of teooklyn Eustace Jones. T! %  had bari %  pending three months I 'ho island as Bursts of Mr. and Mrs. Arlington King of Roraci vllle". firm. Hill. While m the Caribbaan, all J' :"* took the opportunity !. vlI Trinidad. On OWfmW Tmir J^jJR. C. SPANTON A8HDOWN "al Assistant Manager Of the Trinidad Office of the Alcoa steamship Company who arrrced : n Barbaioi on Thtuadaj M lefl for St. Luda b* I'.w \..\. ft b?r< d.n> Mi AssMown an %  tour of the area and from St. Lucia will return to Trinidad thus completing Ml Hght-day tour. He was a uest at the Aquatic Club, ittuk Fmm U.S.A: M R. JOHN A. PERE1RA who arrived here recently from the U.S.A. has been released from active duty as a Corporal attached to the 82nd Airborne Division of the PaiaUaun Unit stationed at Port Bragg. North Carolina. John, itba am of Mr, .1 N, Paraira, U Welehea. Christ Church and Comrms'ion Merchant of EUckatt Street. joining Ihe -ervue twO years ago he wasan the automobile DUatna with hla elder brother CarJoa In Long inland (jjckluil Uunrv T HKRE will be a Cocktail Dance a', the Crane Hotel on Monday October 6 in aid of the COnveOI of the Good Shepherd from 6 pjn. (o Midnight. A good public response 1asked as it will help d daaarvlng cauaa, The w\. 1 ;.)ilic.i by Ml Keith Campbell and his Society Six. Mr A Mr. PETER WAY \F§irriiul ) vslviiluy Y BBTKBDAT afternoon at I.0U t It St. John \li. Peter Way. son of Mr. and ol Indian Pond, St. %  illgBtai of Mi. Ad Mrs. Bmarl el Kynancr, Worthing. Sussex. %  rmony which was fully f the Kt. RV, Bl>l: !. %  A V Bmunona The bride %  %  %  01. w. n E. Jehnaon a na .1 .Mi a veil ma Juliet I Bp Of lul e ..m! 0CaBg4l ii.'t bouquat was of ^ hi'e r-wes. il. %  .. %  I tulla aval lavender an^ .1 iiu.il'-of lavender. bastman feu 10 Mr. David Murray while Ihoaa of ushers wehn Eggleslleld and Mr. Onvid Evans. A raoeptJon •* held at Indian 1 ihe honeymoon is be%  :S I l.A CA*V Back Fmm Kn^iUi n il C APT. E. R. WILLIAM Ihe St. John 1 ud Mrs. WDJlana nnn their rtaughter Miss returned % %  by 'he CialtiU after three months' holiday. Mi William-, who Commissioner for Girl Guides, attended the Chief Commissioner'Conference nt Poxlease while : %  ; the U.K. She was welcomed back hom by a Guard of Honour of Guides nnd Rangers under Miss E. Laborde. Commissioner for Rangers. YisHin? Ri'tatirv* F.xhihilkm Of ffookMa A N exhibition of booklets will be on show In the British Council Reading Room. Wakeneld, Whltcpark Hu.id for two weeks from Monday 6th October. This series of authoritative assessments of authors, past and present, who have influenced their own and later time* Is printed for the British Council by Longman*. Green & Co., Ltd.. the booklets ;.ppear as worthy supplements to "British Book News." Each Issue hai I portrait frontispiece and a select biblio£raphv. • Express v llQl'gliail to IntereriOOB student of literature, and to servo as a full introduction to the authors treated, the booklets are excellent backgrounds to further study. "No recent project has be?n more itistifmble and more admirable". says the Times Literary Supplement, "The Work of chosen authorities, worth their place in the shelves of every reader." Rrccnt laauaa include "Shelly" by Stephen Spender. "Elizabeth Bowen" by Jocelyn Brooke, "Milton" b> E. M. W. TUlyard and "Edith Sitwell" by John Ijchmann, Thenare n far 29 titles in the series. Ana* /tome H. HORACE CLARKE of "Brentford", Belleville re~ lurnad borne during the week bv B.WJ \ fiom the U.S.A. via Puerto Riro. He accompanied his w.fr for a six weeks' holiday. She I 1 ending tour months with her num. Mrs. R. Van Exen, of Brooklyn. New York. M M RS. A. K. PAYNE during UM weak mn tba 1 B A % %  %  %  Puerto Rico on %  visit lo her i.l.r^v. r.l.iim Jemnmlt and 1. ..1.1 brotbai Ul-taw, Mr. and Mrs. Johailseon of Hastings. Mi Payna who hi a Civil Engineer and • %  uaduale of % %  %  1 U.S.A., wraa unable to make thstrip owing to praasura of work BBd hopes to inin his wife later. I '//'if.//.' /hm, T*1IE ADVOCATE SPORTS CLUB" will hold their dance tomorrow night at the Drill Hall under thipatronage of the Hon. V. C. Gale, M.LC. M A Son C ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Proute of My lair.c bv Mi saatku Nik-* OrV. • i I I-Am* >t kfiaaliai &f aaaa4-a-s-.a>a a a a aaa CLEAMUXGS LADIES I INEN KI Kt'HIKKS-While. Plain. Printed—24.lv were 57 cU. LADIES PURE SILK fl.OWKRKP HEADSCARVES. n Few Only 15.6*1 were SI2.15. i vnn s I I i.l.l I \SIHONEO NYLON HOSE S1.S0 were $2.11 CORSETS—"BEST FORM"—M.On were SK.INI—Sixes :lll and .12 Only (learinu Old Slack LEATHER HANDBAGS 13.44 PLASTIC S2 Oil New Shipments PRINTED CREPES. SPCNS. Etc. 89 els. T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) SOUS stinr STORE PHONE: :•: 1220



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-I M>u OCTOBEB S, iw.-.J M ND iY ADVOC'ATR i %  i rwiEJ !7 rut: avau: The Age of Chivalry By ft B. THE brilliant screen version of Sir Waller Scott's famous historical romance, IVAN Hot: Las luund its way to Barbados in double-quirk time and is now showing at Ihe Globe Theatre. 1 am well aware that there are bound to be differences of opinion and of individual reactions to an historical Mini of this kind, bin neverthalats, H is %  truly magnificent production in which 12th century manners and customs, modes of thought and patterns of living are brilhantlv recreated with infinite attention to detail. Gardening Hints Farm And Garden ECZEMA For Amateurs October i*. Seed-box Time It'* hardly beJiev-ble. but here Is October back round ait in. and oner more we must begin to loo* over those seexl-boxe>. with J VI. w t.. getting UH-I.I In order lu. seed planting in November. Thome gardenere who no Ui tor annual*, will begin looking at fascinating seed-catalogue*, making • hili indulging In dav-dreunit ..-. 1.1 liuu loveh lh< Burden %  look next year. il 1m the %  main plot concerns ,lhe gri UU rtOCjr, make lb valiant cruude of Sir WiUn.l ... .1 nl entertainment Ivanhoe to liberate his Mine, grand all— Hhhartl I of England who is held captive In Ainttrto, and t.. thwart Hkl AKNIROl t.ll the conspiracy of Prince John to uiurp the throne of hi s brother. La; week I >..w a picture Dial struck nte a* being definitely one The action is spectacular u the better war Hints. throughout,'. beginnlnK with Uie liUKAK THROUGH and jousting in ihe li't.-. when The playing .it the I'Ufa* challenging knight attempts to With i strong cast unhorse hi*, opponent by rhargLMVtd Brian, John It is not %  i>um %  %  i..; .. Novaanher. rome people • m.s i> too earn,. ana I .1 i;. ,.u.L-i.. aanu.nj t>: i.n, r.i>tuui>. -• % %  -.. .. i. i;.u : lUU. Well, no tula tai. U laid down about ii, tor it u> one o, LOOM.* It" was i*"" utl U'*—I* 1 "" wii.u. must uc Q^llDIWUN inuAiuuauy lo tin lla> I *,? % %  .? %  !* *" i ." : m ; headed by Agai and By AGRICOLA Plti HEARING IT has long been recognize*! that no faun animal equal* m turning food quickly in?.' meat Are we puttin ; this [C1 to sufficient use in lbr>. difficult times. U I is no doubt Uiat the hog Is ..nnomieal meat pro ducin*; animal that the formes or even tl.. Uofortiin#*ly, inniur) outhorH be unneceeaartty hard on pig banfatrs; brato, U is not UM fault of the piK it 11 li aUowed to Mcial under aqua i j omditmns m ( ^ ( y lM Iu J to „„,,. ......, %  %  %  pig about than to bt on. to ,.nu.umc umtuuketable S i anaed fo.*i boa p kitchen. POULTRY NOTES Vov Can Stop Burning fir,let Jen Qvickly lustafcwdraptoin D i> rtcictipilun tpal ihe i-jJ pi*..F.-'l how (OBipi^tiv ibe tiisaavana 1 %  %  Ui lli' pu*riful •ctnm of %  htiiouUunt.huliaf'S^bid i -4in. H ijh.l or bkllinli U DJD.U p t—sn pn aa All m.al^dbk I aU OIMB ul "* Spott Pimpfcv. gad 1 i*J. Impetigo. I>crauut:>. Cul. Binn m Staid* Kp fcilc M HK homr. t> .1 Pr clanuatt rrarysrhcrc. -rk... c/i rvomen choose TMI: tUs* aU i be • %  thi ttnii .own. uoxes ii.u.-l US IS'I'P* I liaiio lo Uiis job :.iKi IgflJP. I htllc tun< %  tart getuiifc mp down the lists armed with a IVanfc l>>*'".•; i dramatic, sharply pointed tilt. Then there,... Uatk wfti P"turci U4 JU ^ Is the memorable scene of I h*told In s mi -documentary style! Inuil reuay storming of TutqulUtone Castle by with Army mm sequences Inihe Saxons, at mad with their rtOd to great effect. Scd-boxer> sbouid nevci be big bows and, arrows, who overcome .clumsy uu.g* ui-. BMHbin %  thr Normans, albeit the latter The plot concern'Uu trauung 1 ol inouiu lo OU uicin. DepUi i> Jiav c the advantage of such of .in rtmciican lnlaiilry platoon, unnece>ai>, Mi uie >..wtt weapons a s the cross-bow, sind lollowed by its participation in, roots an tanj i hurl tons of rocks over the walls the Normandy landings the deadly u. BUM -uini.i %  aaas an of th.castle on their adverbattle of the hedgerows, as tho, that wnen *owi. in.j -i.• s pniiK.e.. saries. And tinally, there is the c.Ts literally "crawl" across too on IM HHriac* go toe wbow deadly duel (ought with i spiked country, and the unal capture of ol the suil ui HM box itavailaol* mace and JII axo, between St. Lo. lot Ma rotMB. DeBois-Cuilberi and tvanhoe Tne bust type oi .*eed-bok .. that leaves one breathlessly There is no mawkish scnlilight box measuting about lour wondering how anyone survived mentality in this tUm, and tha Inches Oatp oy 12 uicii'^s wioe u, this type of combat. men of the platoon are charac24 Inches nog. Boon terlsed so th.i*. we know them u w tdvantaaa ot loqssVti Complex (haractcrizauons are w ,n—thcu hopes and fears, toygowil tmouni U pofl to till H, MMi not expected In such a fUro and jines and friaodahlps and their a| being oastlj Ua n dlaO. It ••the majority < ( f the charactem are reaction, under the emotional often necessary to ruov. real and ecca 1 who we \\ hidden (David Brian) and a Ibxoatam. In all %  though Jews and treated ..s ti; ,nu-wi^c sergeant (Frank Love-. clC} the small '' I sourn lntldeU. give ail ransom Richard; Ivanhoe's father the Normans; Viciousnoss of Pr tremp anti-semitism orders his court tbaj Have to toy), w uh the latter as moderai,, u u aa*U> h mud the hatred of lor w h U scidor oUiceis. have. The small seed-Uox U Sir Cedrlc Tor 'r ne acting is ot a higli standard d | fcW a decided BdvaOUja when the cunnins throughout, as are production the ume comes t.. pl.mi out Ilia ,ce Jobn*s exvalues and photography. Realistic coedluigs lor the box OBO be laken when he Qiaiogue and martial music boih| ( 0 the aarnssTi bad. and UM pnoounce lua ,( t their separate eonirlbutioiis j lings lifted and planted one at Rebecca n witch, and the archw u dramatic VlllaiQJ of DeBois-tiiiiU*!-!. who ptomises freedom for hanhoe's father on condition that the %  .iiiendeis—atid than (mSlr t'edruui the •ftf nlin. JKKSKY JOlt: vs. KOCKY MAKCIANO & TARZAN draw Thcast if probably most notable ever of the bled, Ume. so sufleriiiK less hardship and shock than il they had ail lo be taken ui>. put m %  basket and then wait their turn to be plnnted ,out. The big draw at the Plaza,] The tafl (or BUtofl the fc eedjindgctowii Is the Hint of tho boxes should be u mixture ol woild heavyweight cliampiouship garden mould. DM ODai AgjM between Jersey Joa Waicoti B i,uiredMiiiiu.tiiiR) kotBOa honouis going to the Ipen rounds aie ghown in daUll.!should be mixed l Ug aMiai Bad men. As hrBStboa, Robert Taylor ^^ ()[)lv fr()in rmgsi de, but from Bjfted making a line light and ronvinniihb I""' ay. the id'-;d., ||n 1|H> .,, .. ., t .i t blow-by-' 1>orou mixture foi the lixes. tn.d Imbue the young knight. lllow w ,ih the lluai knock-out asl After a layer of sinmhas been Joan fAwitaiiie plays Rowena. his U(ill „ w blmv nill floored' put „, n,e bottom of the box's faithful sweetheart, and though Marci4in „ m the lUsl round. In thcy should be filled with this she is an excellent actress I sun fXQW niolloll Its „ good light and m i X t„re. Allow i! to settle and had the impression thai she waa certainly won't want to miss „.„,, nU up again. of the 2'Hh century, ulthough her eoatoM denoted the 12lh cen" i Shelter of aonie kuid should b tury Th,same is true-but to a Th e feature film is TARZAN'S provided lor the seed-boxes, lor <<.,: degree of Elizabeth TaySAVAGE FURY in which the|after planting il Is dish... lor. who is warmly appealing us i u lS le BUBO had adventures to have Uie seeds washed away. Rebecca, the exquisil" beauty galore. The story revolve* around or seedlings beaten down by a doomed to sorrow. The supporting two English crooks who persuade sudden shower. cast contains such names at FinTarxan to lead them lo the danIf there is no open shed or ley Currie as the gruff but g.rou* Wasun tribe, who uso a verandah available under which cmdlv Sir Cdiu. Kn lyn Willifortune in cut and uncut dlato put the seed-boxes, shelter am* as the fester Wainba. Felix m ondii for their various ceremu-l be rigged up on the boxes Aylmcr as Isaac the Jew and monies. Charging rhinos, a black [themselves. This is done by iisd%  loM trancing of trying Mca litter. I was delighted discovered that he w. contemplating Og me~ Basse in an open rui: beta I would b e soaked through and i aceaaa smelly and would also be a "f damp to his pullets. The purpose ol lillei In .. Uyinc pe is to insulate the ban from now therefore never put litter in tn pan, bin ottbj a dry ao* closed pern put in dean 1Mb i when >u plane your puUeta la ihe beuai .-ii yi.u natd to do la to keep adding Idler everv three oi : 'in Awk l.M.-pt for the dropping pens and any parti Sfmek %  i aeomc net, there I m lean the litter more than one rar. But you n the taohowl in m litter ttoe not becOTOf lllgMai down or caked on to the ffrun Especially asnaad feed hagB^an %  and wao | m BUISI a"ii lake care and folk the UttBf up wet litter Hcmm. it ., It is penny wis.. poui u. spend money on good barcU. and gil feed and then It potential money oarnei '.hrough bad sanllaUon, If you are gt>ing to for iMiuHry-kcep.il,; the scicntiiic way you cannot afford to Ignore bask farts The ocd) way to make poultr) kei pJ to follow a carefully loo plan Fortunately you don i bavg U) Ihn.k this plan Out for .wursclf. You just have to follow the advi.c which icontained ID taaaa • ..il will 1^. i || many of tin njtfaus which beset the Bioatem UM is %  da Ceorge Sanders and Robert punt an-eatlng ocodilcs and .big a short upright stick to each Douglas, the screen's two master irate hippos all make the safari corner of the box and placing a villains, as DeBois-Gutlbert and ,, pretty dangerous affair, but cover on top of ihe four sticks, nil companion In wickedness, Tarxan manages lo get the party thus forming a roof over th' Sir Hugh de Bracy. Last, but through, only lo have the crooks seedlings heads *. rule the side; never least. England's tine actor, reveal their true colours, whereare still quite open. 1 his. cover Norman Wooland as Richard the upon he outwits them and saves U not kept on all the time, but la Lion Hearted, whose spOctaculai the diamonds. put on at the ilrst sign of rain, entrance at 'he end of the film is and token off again when the the focul point of ;i brilliant, Lex Barker. Dorothy Hale and weat h Pr dears. It is wise too to colourful pugeamrv scene. Pt'ic Knowle s head the cast cover thc „<„ ^ tun-down Is with youngT^my Oo-letoiiasa lcase of rain dunn g h( nighi^ ; mvr ,„ ulvit ., |ot of un ^ M§mry Outstanding photography. anew jungle boy. larzan oeiier %  rf mem ber to take the cover oT .i^,,,,^ |, v adopting It. But don'I highly effective musical score look to his laurels in about ten n lh( n OI un(( j the weather U i ol i t g& we t or matted and if it and fine acting, together with a yeais time! ^ Ine. flVMB take It It is true that conditions in Barbados are not ihe lan > .. coodlUons in other countries where nearch work mtoi poultry ke-pin^ is carried on. and for this reason thc advice of the local vet ought to he asked whenever you feel in need of ittCfl advice. But don't II ten to thc uie? of those who ha< bull' up then knowledge of poultry keeping by refusing to tollow .HI. udvice but Ihelr own You call keep ordinary hens like that but if you spend money on good breed birds, good feed, good sanitation and uoud management rimi'l listen to the amateur He ma> lie right but Ihe chances are thai he doesn't know because he i> prouu to seek information f ooi the right aourca. I am hunimering home this point because all of us in Uu bados suffer from this "know-all" bump We just cannot believe that we were not horn with f. ctllUgf Which make poultry kaeping come as naturally to us as lifting i>ur elbow*. So we have to be reminded by our nu.slukes thai we dont know quite as much as we i thought we did. I Megasse is an excellent litter 'the best there is for insulatuiK floors in Barbados and you will with meat prices a i* ell-kept pi ; much an Basel aBBJ asni i tit anuud, ea pa c to l l} undei oi lanlc condition to continue Trie ton > Is fully ju-titled hi relat |. ag n k thei-.f..i the fai IT'*, business to see thai, by aarvful managemenl. this characi itn.niitained at a hiah mv %  if tinKiv.it.-.! and '"" in able waifM gains are to ho re. aed par unit uf food eunsun-ed. This is of parliculai aT) .. .iiin.ilaie bB to | i. **d to. nuvket. With beeed U^i stock, wlnlr the BSaig object is sv'l'> to ni-.nii.un animals to a JtoaJ hjr and thrifty conditioi feed an.i atfnBjanwnt inual la in eted Bfalnal B tondancy t" Lit'. The treatment of Ihe hrecii-ng animal will, therefore wan t n that of one primarily! tor ilaughtar, Kxpi'i need laiiiuis know ill.'' I if Bread tag sows are all bocoir.e too f.ii. they may fail U baaed ragul-.riy. Uulit""*, ar likely to be small !,, 4 (he oh). I VMW, iiioi. uiituui |0 liuUiiUi While mttatUog hog mi eoj B %  ..i ,. ba I'.i ..>i..-i.i'i.^'i. of stai.ii> food, includuiK corn, ih, breading ai I be allow tei measure of frcedun. xcrcua i ..1 a i en %  pnppiemenUi ( ratio rich in protein and mineral ingredients. These two i Ian %  vci' much needed In & Bhto .*tnmil.ite the null Ma wUhii is fuitlui assiated by i ratal hHi i. ,i lackote to be turned paatum the) I i( . I!.. thgan Iroao dBaaagtasj ihe rooi Ive looimg. An idnBl ..., %  ., .., ihe .... ony house and paddock gyatotn 'II.. mveiiient houses are so • i hey can ba th. vani itad (si Baaanttal for pK 1 at BII limes) and moved around' ddock to iwddiN-k lo pel %  io i. •eetoMbai n nil %  i %  ti. irsBtotanaaea of propaj sanitation Hreeding animals so roanaged adJl kaap in bettej health in i, % %  %  Iran \^ ; ... | pj l-ii,| | too limled for this method, the oil i SVlrtem Bliould I* pi... tired That is to say green fodder should b> tul and) fed—tornae BUdl tops, ( %  uatetnala or Para grasm_are DDD PRESCRIPTION KKK.I' COOL kill' t'KKSII nsr PBAGSANT Dw'i LIMACOL ffOntaVff StAP The Suap that leavusi you eli'aii. fresh and cool in ;iny wtdtbaT. Gord '• %  | Suaerta] antosBSsI aanaa) *• Ami have* ifcnglilfli nsgnsM I ui tlkul'-^ lo dan* all oUniiniev J aed ia .u .i. Pan ^a giatr *• very murh i-ellsfied. aa well as black-eye |ieu vines an other legumes. Green food par eanaUanas is hmuahad bv the (•Unit k en .^ I'I nineon. of the richcM m protein of tin %  nee to be founl In these i not eomnmn BQ thli. toland We write f'm • .dr., Of this wolideiiui plant on the milk Don of U,U p g: in I dairy cattle. Youni! chickens U> lOvOUl it freely when cut add hung in hunches wheie they can Jump for it. Uotortun.iriv. it dom not thrive andei vary dry londitioiis and i. %  : ; • establishment. Btocn-ownei ol ,11 classes should make lance f tin uaaful .. %  i plant bni i ,..-.. srho %  ". %  ,,. i ii then yards. The Department of Agriculture O the Civic Circle could. DO doubt, IK> able |0 hell, Opening Oet(*er A new Fabric Shop In tho heart ol the shop pi n u centra. An international stock oi Silks, Linens. Taffetas. Nylons and Cot tone I nfjlish IttmIi. Sn-iss in nl # a a ml in a nnatvrialm SHOPPING AT SAHELY'S new Broad Street Store will delight you il only because you will Invariably lind what you want I Get. Sahely & Co. fin) Ltd. i LADYLAC PAINTS I.ANCASTREUM 6 ft. wide It $1.40 ..ml 27 inn. wide r u 53c per yd/ BARBADOS CO-OP. COTTON FA CTOB Y fTO. m m A WIDE RANGE OF LOVELY PATTERNS TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME CONGOLEUM SQUARES 3 YARDS X 4 YARDS 3 YARDS X 3i YARDS 3 YARDS X 3 YARDS 2 YARDS X 3 YARDS 2 YARDS X 2i YARDS CONGOLEUM-BY THE YARD 9 FT., 6 FT., 3 FT. AND 27 INS. WIDE ALSO FELT BASE THE CORNER STORE



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I' \I.I i DI i: M MI\V \li\l>( \|| %  I MIU. IK llil'.l i: 3. US2 (;0()DBYE INDIAN TOUR Yesterday's Cricket TO WEST INDIES Intercolonial Yachting Ami Iktsketball This Week BY a S. COtHh T RBRI M ,\rr> mtht.ttmn in Wrst Indian H -.11 %  I ee*BgBj lost week fiom It .: p i Board of Control "in, saying thai the Ind f tha H miaht f.'ill through unl< uggegled by the Indian Bo Wt get authorities. India' patch went on to quote, wu that there should |aj | H-: aftai men Te*t match and ia • I -1 1 1 en Tail match. 'led thai if the Indian Hoard did not receiv ., reply DI B m tune for .i meeting of tinlloarn on that II would be assumed that the proposals had not bevn .. i i • WHAT C MKKK T HIS unntata check" ami a constitute*, the most anmtng rtUmpla of imlilTrrence that has to my knowledge, ever || Imperial erldnt The u km Board ol Central hava not their rap n -ndi but I am certain that thr Board will tit.:. the many other preposterous one* thr Inrtinn Hoard ha? been maklru i'H during iiiicouraa ( 'i Ihe negotiations. t-hnngc or amend .!.<• list of fixture* n than Inn lo be flown to London so that ike sharnshlp COI %  bacauaa of their havinK lie.wing thur Test commitments with Pakistan. W.I. MAT LONG S1H.IKW T'llE WIST INDUS I.OAItl) OK C'OtVritOl. have already informed the Indian Board thai tha tour might result In a tea ol rupees or ($18,000 B W I I rather than makroOt.11 :. ,i Hoard nan then a* lot iri(.diflration thai are bound to Increase expense!* and restrict lha i ded as supreme indifTerence %  tham to pun hours aacn and we plaved in India live-day Tests of six hour.each. W, flayed in en on SUNDAYS, the da? on wfclch thr Master himself rested, ami now the West Indies arc bring told that the Ind i three days, and thev will m the*"! %  TIRED! WELL STAY AT HOME T HE PRESIDENT h.. d .i* saying Ihnt the Indian team Is tired. If they ar tin I than Uu so and stay at home. V. | %  1144.800 UN then %  r %  Tin Wi>t Indlag Crlckal Board ol Control have d .,s i mi undai %  ind lo ma I on i of tin %  me thai lha Board %  R It is not thai the Indian leeni ha exact!) %  "•* hi tour ol England and we could scarcely be accused of boaMing if wa I our own resutti al can tout %  I I NO MORK PISHING AROUMI W E wenaccorded thr unwritten right to challenge Australia lot '•' %  %  i i but not dlagrae I (oil | any logical reason why % % %  Dflntt ourselves to n I lickel Board "' Control sh< uid not beg lo b< Indian low i %  ttnuath md. Mv advice to the INTER! OLONIAL TORN AIM! TOVRNFY 1 BI u efcft lha Tornadoes good waalhei and goi ng when inc ,; Tornado I an on Tuoad f %  %  %  ' sixth member la due today. The r hard practice In preparation to ,l points nett will le two of the three. Todav's result* however will decide UlC keen -t.ugale that has been obtaining tor third place. ftiry 3H potato, Thunder 37 points and Comet 35 points are Ihe candidates. Barbadians can be found here, there and everywhere and it is not surprising that twh members of the Trinidad Tornado team are BarIt i "Frankb %  I %  %  K '""I have always hailed sport on an Intercoli nle] level regai i ( Hit branch ol sport and these yachtsmen should he congratulated In having successfully arranged for flic return tournament. f It lH ( • I.L IT OFF. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TOO T IE series of Intercolonial Basketball games which begins 00 Tuesdaj Ocl :.. I al UH V U I" ... iist-s to be ver> intrusting. The team I '•">' against Ihe Caiib Bear ll %  md one and should giva good accoun" of lhainealvi 11 lha jroungar players can ovi re >me their stage fright. The Bear, have III their ranks some of the. top names in Trinidad basketball and their speed and ball !! % %  lie local players game. Although the Trinidadlans have been playing on concrete for the past three seasons, thr Y.M.P.C. court is in first class condition and the chat %  dd not IKtoo difficult lor thi CHITS *-a^nKi(r. an donal ol uniforms bj I o through their local M. Jooaa f. Co., Lid. i"d a painting of the QrsjM Baacb U being donated bg Mi *'• L Hurlaj ol stuthelyde to %  ... Thr Hr t match begins on Tuesday Oelober '• when the C'arih Bears will plaj Jfci Carlton XI, Wedi Ocl ir 8 the first test rrid.iv October 10 Ihe Carlb Bears will mart the Haiifson CoUtrt loam. Saturday October II. the s i H .i %  i > • ber 14 the thud and linal test. GOLF TEAMS NAMED FOR ANNUAL MATCH T HE I.I i regular fixture on the i'Jo2-5S %  chedule will be piaym at the itoeklev Coif and OOUBtry Ctttb aMnOri IW when tlie men's learn DM* In UM annual Battle of Uw BrtHa, T wl va players will represent each side in lw*'lvc-hole singles matches. However, the players will start in fours, two matches being pln>td Mi R Vkuner, tha I dkM 1 captain, MIII have with her Mrs. %  ;iend.i Wil > % %  ML. K. A. %  .1. |)i.r..n Beaslev. Mrs Vera Manning, Mrs. Eileen Maskell. Mrs. Peggy Smith. i irMea i art laadBga i -inn.ui i nvt tmhuri if no wkhet] A uloi Warren and Ga Queen's Park yesterday gave I'arlton an even chars %  key gan." their match began yesterday. Warren 41 and EdghiU. I carried the Carlton se>, for nine wiefcets to IN at 3.10. II was indeed a grand partnership, coming at a a when < tori badly needed the rui %  m n v%.1* .1 |. %  %  it for on In marked with confi< ik'-heariedness, and %  %  due tribute. EdghiU. playing at times with and hitting at %  Umea Ufta lUI Harrl ovai lha 1 was a H— If, EdghiU hit hard and high, the t Ing over tha let and the t| umpire's head at square leg about iv to the bomi | %  Barbados all rourHHi Cl/dt Waicotl who fr-m England, arrived at the hi. wife. %  the pavilion tho i gave him %  ing hand plaj n 1 d wlH bat next S-.li. | Carllon won the toas on thr Wicket. R.-ynold f.\Chb Ciarlie McKenzle opened ting, while Frank King and eer h eadad the Spartan atlnek .i single m the i lllpa concc led smgli-s in the Fbui in balli In the last ball i.f the .,-er. i ..rui bOW .%  lo. IWO, with three i uni on thi i Hul carried In ari to M whan i %  %  tiaiin the second Carlton wi.ket. Boogies Will... tarry on the nnings but he and Hutchinuin did I together. With only six added to King claimed his first vtetlm of the day wh<. % %  full] ippa tied I %  t Lb %  i Mutchinson, Three Cai Iton wM l fallen In ntv* under the and only en i ored Young !' %  lutchu WllMama, and \h>two batta I l'hn with (he score at 38. the Black Rock team suffered %  great • back Boogies Williams was run out for 'i Ha rut UMlshly off a leg hreuft from it. K Bowi tha wicket Atk u who Ing ..t point and might hava made i eaten f it if ha had pwvag ut time, picke-i it up t i i bounce and iir.-w in wi-ll t.. the Wlckathaa p a i who broke the stumps with W lliams standing in Ihc midrdlo of thr wicket, It was a severe los* for Carlton, and it now remained for Pap] p Hutchlneon and E. w. "Heads" Marshall to pull the team out <.f tin i | lioth batarnon snicked fours through the .'lips off King, but ltd down to s^ary for • %  ll Thvv HW past BO. Marshall back drove Atkins for 4, punched him off the i I %  :'.. in 85. %  Skipper WalOOtt brought on King f->r hi: third spell. thai change came a heavy Shower, and in the second ball. Marshall was bowled fag tt> drive Ihe pace i made 20 Including 3 lou ket, were 87 runs, and Carlton were dehill part i %  H lehlt and prompM %  nan over Ihe lea Interval wntaken with the •core at 94 for > wickets. Peppy Hulehinson w> ited with so. King bowled the i md conceded .• single, %  %  ovci from N. I dghill was adJlfBid LEW, by Umpire Walcolt. Six were down fn who had batted well nil day. ; luck attended Carltoo whan with h i 10011 >n i|as run out while attempting a quick sini'l, "huh Warren pushed to •an.rt It was a quick pick up by Phillips who returned over the bails at the wicket-keeper's end Smith to whip off the Smith did a quick bit of Stumping %  asrj over t dismbu Cox who had loaned md Car.ton had no* lost (heii eighth wicket lor ion Phillips relieved King at the Weymoulh end. and knocked OUl l tiitre "tump with the .11 of the <>\ were down for 107. and Edglnll the last man in glided Ihe aeXI %  lie lifted Harris to deep lung on for 2. and for %  single. Warren %  Phillips for thn i an H. cover tor i lo put the scpn> at Frank Ring dropped Ughin .tlong on with the icore This batsman later swept Phillips for 4, and next over Wurr i late cut Boweti for 4. He punched I-. F. Harris to ,.. tor %  •. and pulled the %  full Ditch for a .,:, %  The score renehrd ISO tin Ing spiritedly into the tugging Spartan attack. The ball was knocked into an oblong, and different ball had to be used. N.xt over EdghiU again raised Harris Into lha trees, and m xt bull, ha lifted him (01 on the off side, the bat swinaSna ut Of his hand to square leg Again he lifted Harris I ut Bovren put down a dolly. Tho Boora was ]~0 and Warren hit oj>pishly between cover ami \!racover. but Walcott and Harrison both missed Ihe difficult catch. The iwo had pulled I BrltOO oul of the nil Thej btt with easy and regularity, t iking the en HM Held. h r Phuupa came back Into the sttack, and Warren gtanced alegantl* (or 4 to put the More at 183 Spartan bad COCOI tl %  %  %  %  RACI\<; NOTES /A ///. \ ll\l II I WITH i K on exercise mornings. *>f course i .-acecourse has not U \ and sand track and dirt* track -•xerclmhave been the order of the day. but nevertheless man> of the local stables are beginning lo step mount .d work given their charge*. The actual ran track v looks in magnificent condition and la supporting a luxuriant grow-.h %  .i to us, .' . long the ittable* already in residence at the Paddock is thr string presided over by Jack Fletcher. Although a comparative: ty recent recruit lo the i bjah has already more than made his mark and his hor.se-> stamp of being h-oked after by one who knows the business from A to Z. I have > been particularly lmprs ex] lalden certlgcati N ambej Also In is the disappointing Darhan I is'.cntly asserts. Is good i rlnl anythii g al i x< Mi.se. but does not give of her best on race di l Bn t •tpeed was evident in her | August peifoimances, may %  i No big slat.'. .kriy i n he [ fact, and In Notonite J ICR has something Ol B problem. This | game oh: • -ing his best, but he handled with pal and we maj look forward with a good deal of hot onawance to hit ev ntual recover] Th c (i have had in training lor many m'elit .: potential WUUMra. Pepper Wine ik cut out in Bl but she is looking very well and might i. • acted on Handicap Day. Chutney and Cardinal must both have excellent chance* In F Class. The former is not a tec (to put it mildly i, but plenty of races have been and his two-year-old performances leave no doubt as to his potential class. Cardinal looks fit and well and may I progress thnt so many O.T.C. colts and geldings Often nc appears to me to be the one 10 t-eat in F Class. The fourth member of thr string is thr lovely UHal iA-lflwood—certainly far in a way the best looking Pawky that I hav. seen—who Is going great guns al exercise and look full of speed. The big Chase stable <-onlains plenty of talent. Landmark [ %  going well and max repeat her tnumph in the mile and hair race, but in Mrs. Bear thev have an excellent second string who showed b> her running in August that no i > %  "'' ber and who mud :ter this time. Collrlon was distinctK unlUCSJ laat rowls beaten In his first start. He seem rnlahap and should be a fore* kooed with. The cone! have My Love II stag* hej. lebul If) Love 11 gul shows atgrui ol bet long lay off but Aolous) hei hall Cracker Jack nai unproved greetly and although I am stilt not an%  were to turn out lo IKIVI quite i Uteful Hup* i %  M two Hai %  an of this string %  %  nd lha fact thai B %  > mile makes her an i ad win. His utihcr grey TTlmbroob I too and should have IHIIIlfllail from her last appearance, while Vectis, | i tntle (brl %  lire I prompt demotion Into C. should btl %  i-ery much better horao than she was in August. Lower down in thr ktlon we find March Winds and Viceroy. The former is a tint borae In his daaa, whilst tiir lattar/g chance of winning a messed, bj his owner, as about equal to Ui %  it cricket club winning the first XI competition. In pplta % %  thli oi eel of tooUgnattoa among the marnbera or Ihe said Club, I would not like to say that it was not reasonably accurate, I have already commented favourably on the general condition, of the Bourne rtrli HQ need to change mj opinion Indeed i It IS a matter of | • m e that I was to,, late on t C Air perform. His owner, better equipped Hum most to follow his charge's progress round formed RM that be was Bl .:), |be way he went, and I am ture that ba nill be i rerj grew In his class. Aim Low. Twinkle and Contralto comprise the Massinh stable at MM moment if one dlgeounui the imclgartfled Little Ifegdale, Mr, Lou l big black Blly Contralto ll making g.^xl progress and will, one hopes, compensate him for the performance of her hall -islet Twinkle looks wrll and if she complete* her preparation without mbhap, should have the G class at her mercy. Space forbids ihnt 1 should comment on the other stables in this Ween notes, but I shall try to do so next Sunday. I should conclude howavi i l.v poi n ting OUl that by DO means all the work is being done at the brack and news has reached me of stirring doings in the countrv wtiera training appears to be fraught with l certain amount of personal charge-, to riders and trainers alike. Unfortunately I was not hen the incident to which I refer took place but If I am missing from the track next week, vou wil mo nt a I hrlst Church plantation whence I hope to i blow by blow deai rlpaou, M. 1 AtweO ind ljidy Annette Dangan. Mlaa atargarel Ward The man's team will l>r composed of J. O'l) Egan. Richards Vldrner, Wllllan Atklnaon, N. <;. Dayah, John Rodgtv. L. J. Maskell, I nlni Bellamy, K A. Benjamin. Lord Dangan, A. W. Tempro H V King and P 1) UcDw During the past week %  averal mibltloui challengeri i t.mpts to dimb Ihe ladders, but onl) one nat led. That was in King. pi.iMttg her usually stoadv game. '"' Dpplng .. hole to her opponent, defeated Mrs. Smith, and moved forward toward the leaden who at the week-cm] were, m Ihe order named. Mn, Wilson, Mrs. Vidmer. Mrs. BrasUy. In the men 1 CU \ n Igan failed 10 displace Bayley. hul Menj.tnun atlvanced as bie nt.ult Of %  wsdjtovei when Gcotlrey Manning fniled to accept his challenge. Bellamy made an UO fill effort to displace Dayah al the top of Class ll. while Stanton Topjiin turning Im.-k a challenge from Jim Kellman, after Ine extr i holes Mi Teanpro and Mbe Atw.n staand something of ,t i in their match With Mis. Teiupru challenging, thew pi R> I lie TWO days I iter they met again and one m all even, struggling through the last (out holes m ; , bot Tiny met lor the third tune -" Ft is and for tinthmi tune wen and of nine holuj, but on lha lirst extra hole Miss Atwell won the hold her position. run later. Phi)!:,. i" run oul Warren, Edghill pulled N Bai l'g for 3. and the Carlton innings eanie to ., dose next b.tll when Phillips i aught Warren in ra at I8. Warren had scored 41. and Edghill rarrled his bal for an ui 44 includlr : L 1 fours, J runs. %  i ai thi ind K Walcotl and Atkins scored 6 runs without loss it foro tn< lii'cessfully lha poor light vTANDKRSES v. HARKISON OHXEGE AT THE BAY n.iniM.,1 Collage ut Innlnss ltil Wan garerg i.i inning (for two wick ft* > 3g A grand third wickrl partner%  hip, productive of III runs bctween Id Sen Beedhry and O pe nin g bnuman Emmaii Hope tnablc-d rssvrlton Collage to collect JB4 runs in thur match against Wanderera at thr Bav Reg Mohan Weal Indies h froro England stoic the bOWlIng .'uuiours foi Wanderers with a bag of four for n in .. %  peH of nine overs, foui or winch were maidens. Wanderen have so far collected 38 runs for the loss of two wickets. After two wickets had fallen With only 2\ ,uns on the lin>, Mr. Neadley and fl„ |M eame together In thud wicket partnership which took the score to 107 at tea. vuih Mr. llcadley M ami Hope 37 "\ , 1 re, rertively. After tea, VJ 1, V Z5 oored when Mope w-u out—bowled by lefthander St. Kill fur 47 runs. Afwi Hope*! dismissal, there was a steady procession of batsmen to and from the wicket and which up to then seemed in College's favour took a turn in Wanderers favour. Then Roy Marshall came on to bowl and a't onre had the batsmen in trouble Hope 47, Hewitt 13. Morris 14 and Mr. Heaaley 73, • On pace 5 Grass widow "I th, I mvr and vc hoe you wen getting on. Tom still gwg) "Ym, ftv BM'I be bar* UH mxl eenr, //, %  hai to ewsaf annr a \ci vou'ra not afraid of I i-oljtcd, %  • %  uh. /*, %  fot Hex I.I t, rownuwj '<" %  i • tMS-sy." k lcg believi thai HadDgea'l bat %  pouu) on. 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SUNDAY. Ot TOBKK 3, ISi.' MMBA1 ADVOCATE PAGE MM OCT. 5 — NO. 244 The Topic of Last Week Second Intercolonial Tornado yES7mmr s c/amET 8 _£? <>**? Tournament Begins Tuesday Whan Joand H,*^ „,*,. **rly on Friday morn 3a*ytr2K$BSj At —i m. Houa. dMdtd if •** % %  * the isiandi pUti Bui M f*w %  .,.„ .fcJSS, tSajan. nh^undrrrtind Tl"" Ilka l.. do IhlMI Tot prr'e-rt m.^ Foea/cHiiia many a *ui boat ViVi|i|i( lass •Vrfartlor. „ u „ All IMnf. .fir, in ,ui>| P Com* from ihr n u m>n mind o hoy. If_ChriM CTurrh la.. rp .-. M M.I. %  %  if you .till M Wwlldarrrt Vnur >M .III uniki %  % %  inm ''< % %  On* fellow .-id Ike (btMrtn Htinuld flr.1 ...mmaiuj tha .,.'-• £.r what rou do to children "•* %  to posterity Aiurthrr prudant (allow **ul 11 h. waa ii.* boa. Had aaa all tha old people Eat l-lra with Sp*>-U1 laiir* Anothar aaid ha'd invada "Tha island"* traaauiy And fiv* tn* populMKMi About *i day* of •praa Thla Li tha way I'd Mart I'll mate all tha old people F**t ranftad a' haart Thatr food to And all i Thai can. art daub with Id five lham all a bonus To buy lhair J at B And all who arenot worM. And In %  dee-paratr lead I'd diva them a few Hon. To buy a llltl* ft-ad And all tha prMty nudata That llnfl* on rod tap* That vary and ant nutoni From thi. I WOT And boy*, when -11 U An o %  * .1 sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM THE Second lntcrcolutu-ii Tun.ado Tournament be.•urbados and Trinidad will be sailed in Carlisle Bay tin-, week bagtaning Tuesday afternoon at '.i o'clock and ml i H % %  morning. moi ntnsL ttve members of the six-man T The i.ther member, Kogcr Hartley-Booth, will arnvt to-da\. rhanr vaohta TK ft, TK 47 and Skipper (TK 4n rnlvi to-night on board the Dutch liner WlUemstad. oe captained by Mi. E 1. % %  ers. Tonv. (fter King (two !;.,rThe will be live race B -^f in* 1 """ AI** Retinie, John tournament to be Wed need IJ TftllTSlSBj. IMitunlay. and an op-n i . .*. rlM I, 'IMl %  > %  i %  to be sailed on Sund-v Urn ..i 'Ns aftornoon after the morning. local wason which wUl take ThAm taurMmaflt ew bald lace during the morning. It srUl at 1 won the series to carry oil n Trophy unit Vamoose won the V. Uc Limn Trophy In .Mifiition to thes* two trophies, there Is also a prize awarded to the boat completing tha fastest lap. This in ire b presented by H. Jason Jone ft Co., Ltd. Fur tn coming tourn-n at, the Tnnldad Pairs will be R, F Hayai aan IVtci King sailing TK. 45. Paul Tennyson and John 'iling TK. 47 ag| Hartley-Booth and Alex R-1 insailing Skipper TK 48. Discussing the chance* ol the viMiii.K team, skipper Mayan saw his team is handicapped b Lha tad thai in Trinidad 'hey do not have Tornado racing, but they will endeavour to give of their best ; %  gainst the local > alchsmen. He said that in Trinidad there anonly IK. ToniMdo iMXBts. two of whbBB an owned hy the Triniu-u kTaehl Cluh and artUci an ranad OOt, one owned by an Engllsrimaii and another by Roger Hartley-booth. The other which Lfl owned by Mr W K Brydan ><*t tn-ti t.iunched ftaaUdad ore hopiiift that as soon as there an antl) ptivata owned boats of this Class to i-i Tiifii.Kto Racing. Most of the members of the Trinidad t'.im are expected To return to Trinidad net arHlrirJ liter the open race e -in-in iwaa uU.ara ihaimanahei bah, bath and at •any nappw I'D him coot amj %  fUticura. A OINTMENT CARLTOM CLUB \i %  ounce* 'heir HALLOWEEN DANXE & FLOOR SHOW On Saturday. 1st November, 19&2 At Their New t lub House. rUsvek Rock Music bf Curwhr. Orchestra Vdnii—ioo h I ii k• \ i>nl> 5.10 52—In CAMERON ft OODDAXD v .,.= ing bauaan of Crntral seortd lia no:In the Central gnt Inxunca against Wsoderem laat Ssturdsy October 27 in thatr Sesend Dlvl* ion .nckat mnieh st Oenlr.I 5 WeighUiftere Baek From T'dad nva members of ihc Barbado rting team arrived fror Trinidad on Friday afternoon b. It w I.A w.th iheii coach man..Xer Mr. H H Webster They wen I .ikman. Basil Grant, Rt I Itytia h I dan and George Nicholas The two other member* of Unlearn. Edwin Rogers and Erro: ill Iarrlvnlg later Mr tlemem Jukmin yeater day lold an Advuratr report.. that the team had a wonderfu' lime in Trinidad and It wag the i't bma thai stHm of the boy*i 0 lift out of the lillUt Many ., learned much from tlie cxiH-rience. He > very impressed with the Drill Hall where the (onipi-UUon was dapd. He said that the building i raj sin and ..fiords good if ting. Page 4 .ithrr college batwaii i eachlinings %  i.red the bovllng honours with Marshall I" seeuHng three tickets at a at 4* runs In 14 i .if *huii were maidens. H sa rne y inning, of 11 >nd eight had six I ii iiinings %  %  %  Ml Headlr>. With Williams off %  8 ...:.. hul %  not out %  •; %  %  it: i I ilMon wh %  l.T>h. ( n has nt I'HKUHK *v KMPIRr AT PICKWICK nekwMl (|Bff r.lne MkkeU) MS amii tha l a Plefe. *.ik oatt,,i the .\ hole d 0 Ural innings and aeored 203 runi J' the kg h keb. yeslerday In thatr match agam-i l*.mpiie which In r-eiiin pltvrd ,it Kensington Oval. The small crowd which went to Kensington Oval witnessed some ( %  light cricket and saw the Km pire nalders on (heir toes oa the aid K Giei^nidge who went n\ umber four in the batting mdei •ittia.tive M and Mai"1m Worme hit the next OVM -core of 44. T.ill pace bowlei Uaikei MktJ II King took the bowling honour* H.irkc, howled at %  % % %  %  luii it times he .'ViiTltched Some. He capllin.' PI kwtck'i srkatals foi t i in i ovai arhlla llora. K.ng bagged four for 4 hi 20 i ti lag aM -f-.v.ii ns rneauana, Sklppei Itubinson put seven aaalnat the Pickwi.k 1 fttrlna and 'lies were well .it ken up !'' brilliant rli Idinp 'i.-k^i. i. lost theh fli-' Ai.kn \ heti (he scnie ami only four nhd %  ii than caski partMlwhip li-lueen Worme : nd K Gieenldge and both 0i ant ..-i vail until t >e score reached 140 run< when was caught fn ".0 afl M baanttiaj ".f I Ai Uie luncheon ml. rval Hj score was 95 runs. When stumps were drawn Pickwick I 1!U3 null ha the loss of nine vlckets LODGE ft POLICI Toltee .far • wlaketa) l i occupied the ticket lea • sterday in therr match against Lodge School plaved at Lodge Honours of the days play went to G Sobers of Police who top-score* with 103 runs In line style When stump* .MI Police had made 291 tha loss ,,f nine wicket* Hatting for Police C Blackmail %  Hi F T.ivtor opened the inning* aihd the B U with thr la The batsman out was II runs, he was bowled off 'be bowling of WOkie Dodaon was next in. but he was soon run out for three Former partnered" Taylor and shortly after he was ai 'he wicket. Tavlor was -lean bowi.'d bv Wilkie with thr •core at 43 ano hi ron'rlbutlon n %  '.m-re'l F.trmer. and did -i bit of good work, but with Un-core at Maty nine Bear was %  aught bv 'he \ irket-keeper off %  ii basatnuj of -' rattngfl Sobers came m next and helped 'n take the score to a higher figure, hilinid hitting and -.troke playing was of his beat. HIS H-l lnelude.1 i.inel.en rOWl and one six It was at this .tmi that Farmer was dtsmtsst-d for 21 A Blenman wa the next clit ,,.i.' %  S-ihers He made a well olayed M. which iitcluded • four* nid 4 sixes He was l.bw to J Farmer C Amy and C. Sprlngei was the next two batsmen in ami hrir HOras were 8 and S7 re pecfivele Bowling for the school ooya J r.inner took the moat of Police -vlckets. his figures being 16 overs. no maidens. 112 runs. B wickets Next to hin in the bowling was r N Wilkb who took ? wickets i i a -vers MR. BROWNE WINS SPOON SHOOT Hi H 0 iMwai won the Lpoon Sh.-4 of the n.lt.A. which .. .,t ti.. Govenunent ..ii'. lunge f a at agfMj s f ja ffn ee c Lib a handicap seme of M.S0 ten rounds at ... fine vards Conditions \ver fairly good arUJI llfdhf m.i%  i irh varli .,1,1!.. rahrwing art lha stghl Caps (' FNebleii Mi It O Browne PJI N H B 0 Matshull Mi a r.. Uarun PC <). Shcpher.l Mi 1Hassell Mi M. A. Browne \It E. J. Parry at (lie Kl llHSt M %  I t ARLIOS .. -rim Veeeas M Ua... „ ( .rlM.-l.t laalai. %  t AUfinaoo D Mi M.*in .4 W Ka-wb-. %  wn.io. % %  1 ; u. a-iwaaea. •> < %  • II A M,Mii,..n run out W. Marahall b T. K..^ >* i r. Taaal |..i he M M rashin iu* N Karrw 1 41 fall ..f wHrbaSi v, 4 N aowi n a o at a w Murk, h PMBtp* i "*•• ,-. II if i ion... inn. gaj e-i..--i.. asaatafa c ai*..,.... h t 'all ..( taSaVgl i m 4 n a -. *i a-ss : is* a ma <* B Dodwn run out %  Ciaiii t. rail-' O M 1 W '> • BjBS 14 4 nuib*-. la t I 1 O Sat-'c okpi o Mn.ra; 1*3 r US at t 3 ai AJM* I OVSSM >> ra---r i K Ba**" t • . .. ,. ,; 111 1 %  4 a %  ot out i r II. • %  t i H a C Brsdiha* not out 3 *''' -1 INMM 1 rax out t %  wairott MI out To.i ati turn (ut no eaatM •i ran %  Bricks* n 4-4 V SB S |M nowiiN'; SN u vsis BOWLING ANALYSIS o M n w 0 s 1 1 1 *" %  4 0 11 § '" %  " % >1 i Sim \i TNI OVAL '1 Ma. • 1 11 JJ II..... l.t l.a.n. m rlH SB n VI TaO„. It.h narhe, 4 IS 41 S %  Ulwarrla b II Kin* H %  l4Tm. -j9 %  I'" H Kins '! B De, .K, K Oraaaudei %  1 roatar b II Kum %  deaianlflga DITT (M OOAJ if. '.AIN1 ;: |ba UOW1 INI, VNAI.VSl'tLgVgriAt.M 1 iaax la* n (i M at %  in iu. llaik.i IS 1 %  1 Orant I 1 IS VllltlHKI. ,. la.toof. Kins %  • 4" t k.. o ll.-l.te-. 11 1 Jl ''"' %  %  IBM In Kudder %  • 14 %  %  snreat a • V tlaAJsM Bm •! 1st lb. n*id. i ol 1 K.I .. MASnill Btat •' ...••in. ssi i... essfcei 11* nuik i 1JJ V 1 • II in ran pui 1 ITTION % %  • Allrtnr i a b D Alkinfn. B. Ittadlr^ 1.-.L t> H M[..... U>all i.iujsatat n\i \iri • n IIMITSO IVill am 1, II Marahall laorav Sooa* ror|oai > i-. Slnunea ''i Ki TXH'BI.I I1VK ... iNaHio,., ttl ) %  ,. lliifnth hUralMll S taPMsW UUII' SmaltUS lha 11 i Svalyn >> pi*r,. llaa.ell II.. 1> tllin-^ 117 11. i n Mtttrm rai -in* 1....... K.tta. 3 1... • -.I.a.I UH B KAKTgK I ..' 11 UnaD 113 lb. T„tai IX HUMMl 1 -.-. %  all ot wwkala I 11 J II IIS. J 14 • 141. 1 Ml l | %  It* miwiiM. m III rl*\ •,! SKI11 1 Allrinw Palli 117 IB. AUtUSMII 11 S Rgl %  | %  Atkin-ou S • lit Ii 1..-1-W> IAIRI si inn is i I SUN WAT. H tBSMJn IU lh' I'.ei.e S4 1 ala—harl 0 4 %  "'. 1 mm. IS •.. ......... .v//,r/ Jl'Sl RECEIVED %  •oriiaASTIIW \ miini "MA mil I --I M I I tVOSAI. IIOMIUK MALISD Mll.h C. CARIKl.N BROWNE Wholraale A Retail llrrnggast 136 Roebuck StMai UlS 1 V.V//-'MMivl'-'A< l y///A' BARBADOS TURF CLUB Official Programme—Autumn Meeting 1952 SATURDAY 8th, MONDAY 10th, THURSDAY 13th, SATURDAY 15th, NOVEMBER. 1952 Firm* .„— ..... r #...; Hth \(M f IIIIMI, lS'J inn r.M. NAMX OF HACE 1 JO AUTUMN STAKES 2 .K. SAVANNAH LODOI SI UCBS 2 3^ RIMSHIRE STAKES J 15 CHAMBEHI.AIN STAKES 13 I .1 :>. TlirMPEI'KH ( I'P 4 39 CONSTITUTION STAKFS 5 15 WORTHINO STAKES I 15 BIIKillTuN' STAKES '.KI B< IN St iKCS NJIOP STAKES I 'CTII I'AlllimEAN STAKK.S II 55 NOVEMBER STAKES HOI HALL STAKES ; SIMIINTI I .. a oi %  Enli, i W € A r A LUVXT is >o. a I Her. W A only — ., a Lower w II A r A AlloUi .i W A INSTANCE IAROI II 5| Furlongd !5 :i5 135 1*5 1.1*1 on I 71" <<• i mm i HM MII II |.I:I MII M 1ST 5ND 3D TOTAI n 00 33 ll < SO OH 1011.0" 30 Oil $15 0.1 i II 50 00 25 Oil .S.-rnf #•.•/>—>#..//// a L %  %  i —All• %  A. a Lowei ,; A %  i> a \ i r a Lea. & A & B oni N 1 '1 1 SOU H 13% 150 10.-. 40 50 1.340 on 1 400 00 1 555 00 24 Oil n N :ui M 1211 00 an 00 .. III. 72 on 40 On 49 80 ill on 21 50 */ IO$h AI#*;I *•. 19.12 M Sinn in I M0 00 1)8 00 > 50.00 329 on 312.50 WH* 300 150 ,n 1.400 00 .'7 mi M 00 40 00 %  ... mi 0* 1.200 203 jon 135 200 I" 100 1 2.0 00 1.700 Ml 24.00 SS.00 (0 00 100 00 30.00 90 00 I.i in 23 00 109.110 Son 300 l ,., 10 1.400.00 ] 27.00 |00 1,100 N 135 IH5 1"' i;n 1.240.00 1.710 00 24 00 1.1 00 80.00 ioo on 3d no 50 00 Ifl 00 '3 00 105 OO 175.00 thir.l lt.,„mmrh..rs,l„„ I 1,1, Mil I Mill II. IO.VJ l :in BRKiHTUN HANDICAP M T; Full. LIT 500 %  %  flu 411 15 no 315.00 Ii INSTITUTION HANnlCAl 1 l A 1 wrr — 'Ii.'. 285 135 1 1.-JI6 mi 34 00 AIHTMN HANDICAP 1 aoo 283 135 50 '" %  24 00 riEWHUIIST HANDICAP II I %  I 78 i 239 118 in l.nOO 00 21 00 3 55 UU1 '' IH1 185 nil 1.580 00 30 00 4 35 SHOT HAM. HANDICAP 1 ** 1 H 0 II 70. •u 115 40 21 00 5 13 CHAMBERLAIN HANDICAP 1 Bo n Iss 50 24.00 !..,,.• i. n..,,— ->..,.,..!..,, i.ia. \in I Mill it 1933 21 1.3U i;HAVESENl> HANDICAP a 2 00 WORTHING HANDICAP 24 2 35 BELLEVILLE Ii NDICAP I ::, JUNIOR HANDICAP NOVEMBER HANDICAP 2T 4 35 IIO.-KI.EY IIANillCAP :! i I FINAL HANDICAP r a u.w, i is v„ a II 1 F A T.OW.T 17 .. i H t| c a iiw,i I| l A I. vPi H A Ii B OtiK 7 i 1 3185 00] .I'm 3 80 190 t 40 85 785 i'i 1.405 ii 313 00 27 00 700 235 119 411 1.000 MI 21 00 I 2.1J •Oil 288 tuO 289 1.000 3.13 IU 13.', 135 183 III 60 & Ml l,25'l in 1.243 nil 1.580 41 21 0O 24 00 :'4 on 30 nn akta .. 1 lii riim Pre mi MM 00 1.740.00 V3H.015 Rat* No t Traatsetai Cap Opeti la ill two-yter-old Creolr, Lred In the HVVI (Trimcloi. Tobaij.i and Jamaico cxcepled). Colls und (fi'ldiniis lo rjrr% 118 II. nllkM Uft loo Nn Allowance* The Manufacturer* of Trumpeter Cigarettes Rive a Cup to Ihe W.mier and to the Breeders of the lit., 2nd., and 3rd. horfte; slzOOO S72O0 $4S(KI respectively Abolii fl'4 Turlnngs ll.ir.. \,i In .luiiiof Btal en lo all two-year-old Creole* sired and foaled in the B W.I and British Guiana (Jamaica optst!) Coll and r,eldin[3 ti carry 123 lbs FUlii Subject tn Classification and I Allowances which can be claimed About 5t4j Furlongs F.NTKIrS Til CLOSI ON MONDA1 MU (l< TIIBIK I-I5Z. \T '.nil V V AT Till OIUCK (II THK BASBABOS IVBV Cl.fft BY ORDKR Of THK COMMITTEK. O. A. LEWIS. Secretary. Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd. Trainers not holding ., LICMCC tot "'•"muil apply in tArltinu for same forthwith. Maiden Allouam •• must he rlaimed on Kntry Form. Ctipi4i of this Prograinnie tan he obtained at our offire. Svnagogut Lane. Bridgetown.



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I'AGE SIX M SHAY ADVOCATE si NDAY, in rOBU V MS! For Women Only f w. wtu % %  in.'i Could be ingi %  tiN. salad with of garfi. and that K<-xl old favourite in| r EAT ANYTHING DRINK ANVTH inptasuuurl tainting I.I WHY twcauft %  \ TAHI.FT A DA KfT.r UNPLEASANT ..RKATH I %  i %  i I %  %  \ | huny didn't ) THE MODERN BUNGALOW Hy -PE\SAYT" .. ( .,„ else on she hang out the kitchen I Aquariums are in the (Mhion loWtii h< bab •„ nappiM k(wp mvonc who reads their h chickens, grow h Paw-paw .wliknov. y,te lately nb ,e.dfruit tree., if not in the there was a display of..quanurns ri u( her ^^.y.rd^ Tak ; %  ,"* her bark-yard from her and %  he is Drill Hall, and very beautiful they j^ *. Perhaps this revival has been Yet. in many of the new type • •limulmcd by a fellow feeling of home what do we find We in us human beings for the gold* find the entrance, and the front so many of u> these days door at the bark of the house modern Bungalow* which alongside the kitchen, and no 'i huge un-hooded glass back-yard space allowed for at jnd wide glass doors all! The visitor gets out of nil might be termed human car, and the first person to greet aquariums, for they are as near to him Is the Cook at the back door. — s ^grwaaww—>—— a jcold-flsh howl as a human shelling peas. ilwi-llmg .an gat Shades of my scared GrandJwaya in a Ot .< r mother, what are these architects Ivod in a glass house you will not thinking of ! SPA TO land* up to • boys But -. we bungalow dwellers hav M { n old fjuAlnn^t in vigorous brushln, N m Baa**/, soli-ldodge from one sheet of glass to ~"_ T*, t' . # ^ 1 iMshes for Jimmy. Neither another, crouching. (-*water nor hard wear weakens a SPA. In can) nth r nylon or bristle. SPA STANDS V*l*v;dl TO fXPKCTATIONS. Not lo happy are Pops expectations. I us again Just can't tn.>i rungPop needs gingering up with a good dose of ..-,'. . gentle yvl alwava .e laxative will rid ni tired, listless feeling. Try MEDI• reall) srorfci Brori w N ic* morning you'll bound out of bed like a six year old. AN APPLE A DAY %  '"• %  > •" 1 '( OSK n Y..u v.iv* give the kids apples, but vou can supply them, every day, witii Okkcoae, mtii IN VITAMIN D. I" it in beverages, sprinkle it on morning You will -on" notice th%  bounding •narSy and sparkling health. iv (.U("s! II it it must be b> iMtsaj A Meore. The lovely Louise here has an opinion of yo %  i ramth The "Small, for I beli* spaced Kmily gives every one a chance, the parents and the chil.'ren For those who believe in a wellfamily. I lecomni.Ti.l RKNDELL-FOAM as the mol dainty vet •flavtlv*. Ud absolutely :;i fe contraceptive or. the market today, Wives OsUI alWayi r. iv on RENDKI.L-rUAM. Here we come, dozens of satisfied usi-m "* ,hal ,n -v • unsuited to present would be. "^rBut, the rash of new bungaAnother peculiarity of these new bungalows Is the" lock—irTso £"L "'f 1 n 1 fc COVVred Barbados many of them—of a uruuer llnrk'" *" c lMl ** w >* %  '"<' nughl be I .. %  M* .. IOTIIUHI "fli-et m" IK tx.. nn .l A ... yard. Now house-wife •f Ihe bctli the Harbaitian \ v, ? i a "t 8eP" "i bungalo heek-yard. the larffl^" 1 1 !"* 1 nd represent rallwr CAKWHICX \ POUCk PEDEh\iTM\ l\ U.AKB.-WOS \ >• .!\s I bat a figure! OUfl, isn't ah I Not too fat and Hun Just perfect NOW Su/\ did not always poasras this sylph-llk< Ni. Su'v was more than pleadingly plump Bag] Cv Wheie ,he different flights or fancy nf builder and owner, rather than ~o well thought out type of hou;>e "or this island, in northern limates large sheets of glass a i house, and hoodless windows BAMMADO& Te desirable to catch and coner\-e every scrap of sunlight, KINGSTON. '"d there they are used, not for A conference of Caribbean police show, but for that purpose, To officers is due to be held in Uarfollow that fashion in this luni UM^ZKJ 1 ** 1 yw & ecof blUiding sun-hine where wc tion with the visit to the Canhneed preteeLW baa lh^ ann !.nofColanel W ; Muller. C M.C S se^rTTaXr 'rfficutou. General of colonial onIy prcsient;( mflny prob Pni!( W the inmates of these houses. Inspector police. Colonel Muller, advisor to the Secretary of State on colonial mutters, is due to arrive In Jamaica In November to begin his inspection of the Caribbean area. .i pas %  i figure. IF YOU ARE OVERWEIGHT, try SILK M.IMVIING TABLETS — f<>r EITHER MEN OR WOMEN. Watch >olir waist line, old boy, not the pnily girl up there. Sole AienU covering this Column. INTERNATIONAL TRADING ( OaWOI \UON LrtY Ii.i'i'.M,. : 5005. It's the Busiest Number In Town AND BY THE WAY. line's another busy spot worth a vi-r "THE LITTLE SHOP" JOHNSONS STATIONEIIV BUILDINQ, BROAD STHF.KI YouTU lliiii almosl rvcrjthuig In "The LinkShup". > %  % % %  %  x m i ENJOY J^^ BEVERAGES THIRSTY OR NOT M t M II Is to hoped that as time I passes, Ihe Barbadian bungalow. | of the future will Fe'lle down, and that modernity w iu be comI The police conference to discuss bined with suitability, and out of I regional police matters, which will the two, a type (Volved which • be attended by Jamaican pol lev. will be more sensible and suitable will l>e held in Barbados duri'W 'or the people of this Island to the course of the tour.—B-l'.P. live in. Mm-m! nothing smells so good as a good cup of coffee! front A fo I reports food* and fads Z UTHORESS Fleur COWIM lAmerican editor lournaltst, and wife of a publisher), holidaying tn London last week, gave two freah answers to two old questions. QUESTION 1 What helped you matt In getting to the top of your fi.li • •• She said : 1 think It's because my husband and our greatest friend, Bernard Barurh. always treat me aa if I am much cleverer than I am It's a great help towurds Improving." QUESTION li'lan't U a great advantage, xhen you urjte a oooK, to nave a publisher at a nusoand?" She I didn't tell my husband I was nearly finished I a*ve It to htm to read And I rather put him on the spot. He would hate to hurt ro? ti*el nirv but n would n>'e m to do in>lh.n< f HI! -n tin I thias he was raUier relieved to ftnd he liked it." % %  Mil luxuries on the market for Ihe first time suic* Ihe war are baih mlus-unuh bags ot '.oell.ng dlled >.II almond creMsn soap which loam and lather when vou i-v irnin in water. Expensive (even noufh you can use them again and mm at 11. 3d. emch. *OLOUR to look ou' > %  (and to inatst on Keiins 1 ii the colour you find in an EngljUi rose garden All shad" froai palest wild rose pink 'tirough laded ferown.Ui pink, to IM deep red ot a cahbafe RMS •ere used in Paris for wool su.t* and silk coais lor embroideries and tor evening dresses BWETORATION on • dinner [able produced a: short notice the night the hostess got back from the countrywas a flat, s.lver d.*n neaped n (he ce-n're Hh w;ld nowers and w.tn a single lighted candle at each comer UVA \HRINOS creep up on U> the es* Lsten are %  ru: -.' %  n-rk' m rh ne*'^n<^ curv m ear 'see oicturel mv sttNKo: LUNBgari an honest anier u a quest.on mo :nger juld dodee *hn I mid : You know. I always thought from vcur recordj 'in • ou were roloured." "That" said Prankie. "is the greatest 'ompbmenyou could par me. 4. AIX1F1 Id : Ilk %  lit i a garlic crusher, w th one Squeeze you can get all the Juice Irom a whole clove i>! Ksrbc without messing your hands They sold for lOs d In 8oho up to a few weeks ago I bSM*—ar, j...> ni iai srcord.ng .-r,i Utt-ijn mi, aotnsi. *l naa %  paiuonstc Uvc scene lo u.*. *ith Fred Uaetfornu UM oihr-r day. she said, "so Pred ac-d my huibsnd II he would like to g'i out while we did the kissing M.v huiband sad 'She's al> vours Fred until sis o'clock.'" sLlN'lERlE idea somenr ought to have thought up before is the new nylon bra i raps that can D.~ hojked anywhere into the strong lac** edging so vou can wear It at a litrt neck halier neck or straight over t!v shoulders Pr:c It, PE suing for divorce :>1 Ulrur I'pi %  rl In the wjrid DaU ttua] m I-ondon U %  o wuh hutband Les narrant Barker. So pr, %  was. with her rippling ml hntr. peacn akin. *nu > "ll-nn-iniiiif klkS a. with her i Aani i. % %  tiiin> mea i* marnage." So full of sex %  And ;:i ii\. bo 1 3 ION of ruE IIMFS is a toy bslloon. The assistant handed me one tree when I nougnt a rmld's co-ton IrorK in a big siore. I Ml/\\ tne new sllnra loi Ms nean t> .1 nin ii smbt-r salln with a pateni ol leuitaid I %  opls waist ,. CSMKp belt tiiat around five mien are wearlog .s'.c nlrture > %  oi;sti chicken ana ilb of larlto provided prool c-! %  i iMUtfii garlic no one can ; of it alterwHrds Roast Uia chleki n in buuet %  ith some ol Ihe garlic ano ihe real to roast in "hi II .IHMVI.F.S are getting ru.iiolrd. Watch tor ihe new ruined cut on those care:ully posed fashion photographs Irom Parts. Note the carelullv runted fringe, ihe deliberate dishevel men t. the loose curl arranged lo hang over the forehead with oh such care INVENTION that saves a len-m.nute battle with Ihe tin opener came my wav with a tin of soup this week. Just one Jab. and vou can prise off the lid. Sardine canne.s please copy. •lot'RDAN milactor who is said to ae the nandso French alive, has rofreall point of vi about his o looks. 1 hate be (old I'm hand said. It U dimmish tin a man sKlSSES those linger oassionate. censorable J INT • chopped mi sprinkled on the let luce w.ih oil. sugar and ii'.icK pepper mude the freshe-st-ia*ting salad I had last week UJ ANCV I't'NAKD WM pnotographed in the smart-sel heyday wi-sriim . head-lniKK ni( helmet coverins! tne ttatr. All Ihe rage—In 193'i 'lee oJcfurej — and now nil the rage again in flit c it IDS. costing Irom 2s, for a spray of four small ones, can be sent anywhere by a new orchid service. I and un idi.some might care to copv you an umbrella *• while vou leave yi repairs.' MHKEI.l \ shop %  w.loan %  %  pan nell from His i in. i isu isren mid—well eat tour 'rf I hlM iss tiARKT'S hat the bought readymade — has been a boon to copy isu You can buy it now at any price il. down to 30. the one she S3 Mj YI.OMTE tiappUj ...ni. be Ami begin it with a ?.. not as • %  do II X .iii-specs now bcir.y made in match h ol green. 'I ni,-blonde .YICOS. and ebonv And If Amer.cnn women run btQ i iem whi shouldn't we? London Express Service Q, JTl'OTE from actress LIU Uamlta. who dropped Into london last week-end *' I have had some Paris dresses, and hey were so uncomfortable I couldn't breathe. I couldn't bfi my arms, I could hardly tummy head But. oh they were W ELVET slippers to put on when you get home coma to the shops this month. Flat, leather-soled, solt. and pretty, they are made in black velvet and trimmed wuh a bunch of pink strawberries or sequins. From 3Ss. 'See picture.I Good grooming for the entire family IS THE ANSWER with PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE! The handsome family is sure of good groosning the Palmolive Brillantine DOUBLE USE Way? As aa Oil for Massage*] Bsfore wishing hair, massage scalp briskly with Pahnohve Brillantine. I*ave oil on scalp for 10 minutes and tlun uash. This maauge helps nmove daodlufl .. prapare scalp for j*rfeet chansing. To Comb and Prrfunne Haln Put a little Pa'mnuse Biillantine in the palm of tie hand, ahggj hands together; laaooth ^ver hair. And (anb! Especlolh/ %  tha cvp hold. ChoM J. Sonbom. for hses'i coflaa as co"se should be—rich, haorty, and son fring. Just inlfl thai Inviting . %  then sip that heavenly co' flavor. That's real coffee! • Ask for Chats A Sobom lodayi Then, ROtloS the Jancing hi-hlighta the beautiful (n-mmvl yovr hair? PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE ftsajae' \0 Protect your gums and you protect your teeth, for gum troubles cause over 50 per cent, of toothtosses. To promote firm, healthy gums, use Ipana tooth paste — Ipena and Massage. Use Ipana, also, to brush your teeth exrrsarhite and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cause decay. This is the nay to keep your whole mouth healthy i the way you will tnd ''rcireshingly different" because of Ipana's mint flavour. THE TOOTH PASTE.. REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT raoooCT o* urttn HTIII. IONDON "-O NIW r



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asss ji aa ..I *>**.. IA pattern for instruction has urs ul UAlii.A W .*> been set by SlNGEIt'S SEWIVU "a r o O i_. PMCMateji 1M ^ iJF^TLmXF&xv!" 'AfADMY in P my a—fcsj of % %  ."Mg fr i s .oe /n ha. ^, w ... t. 1 J^iJi 4_ lhr w rid ~ m l^^^-uoa, loo • n.iui moping jf goring Classes under chief inU*i and pot* a* weh a' bacon W W struetor Mra. Wstkin. are enroll... tcsu*) wn,.) ne*-dcd I inn now for next teim (thus .<* %  -• Home i ureu Bioon 1* a must dQB*1 feel Hlu daplaying *r their popularity) w h i 1 %  • yy\ it Is important, so get it iPHOIDKRY with Mrs. Walroit inoue is si-72. IVM town oeooar. • neglect church of course. ., take In new pupils all the Umr. iMroeuw* Food 1'ioducu are oa •f[ jf W .Ituzz 41*27 for interesting dcMl* at Hi Aliejne day," M toe (tails. Aithur. do il' Indeed. *ou of thi Sign are lltted mrscs. hoi 1 "dies In the true piste. In I BsrssassaWd I WBB I IMUOD figure in maidenjorm's Onm-*ntt' UEMINI M.y 21 June CANCr.lt I u ctWri when fOU i %  L TV -YvU may I gjagsaaaal .-,11 LK) 4| Jaly 24-Aag. C2 I I enerosity are uo ti-if WHEN you are ^ we hope^^ THE DINOHV INl'LATOR JACKET, which •nsoTM fty and buoyancy in th wster Ullywait.CH1LD8 DUFFLE COAT with hood sttaehag. Carnal lined tartan or navy bla liusd fra*. POPLIN SHIRT. Mc^vpl**., fastened pearl barton*. In ^*ersl .oloum Knitted Jersey In thick, soft weot buttoning very high. LUlywhltes. NOT FOR LANDLUBBERS 1 i • ..f.r By MCRC1A SNOW white machining lines of red and up the seams. %  For children, there isnow the duffle roat in soft amel, lined fn i tartan complete with hood. It i* also prndurcd In navy blur line.! in grey Just the thing foi I LONDON ring nation the English are conventional even about Panama fabric Is Ihe name foe .•hting clothes. This Is another shirt material which tallinevitable, as hard-wearing mateore well and is much used, rials and practical rtyles are more But now on to more substantial suitable than frills nnd furbelows, fabrics. There Is our old friend The shortcnirg of the skirt and the wind cheater looking Just changeable weather Thar* Is the | the introduction of trousers in reabout the same. But It la mad* double texture (irrofel) wind cent vears mark an EnglishIn cotton and has a fleecy lining, jacket in white with hood, suit%  woman's main — but reluctant— only slightly proofed, it has a zip abla for ail purposes including concessions to fashion back fastener. sailing or skiing Attain, there is 1 This week, however, we have Lilly whites have just produced a new contraption called %  been discovering what la being %  yachtsman's safety jacket for Mouse to keep the youngster ..11...,i offered in ihe shirt line to the which there was much need. 1% if he falls into water It memi girls about to board the lugger ensures buoyancy in the water bias the Grenfell but la padded | The most luxurloui garment la and is lu:.:v.eighi and comfort** a' different places with material %  collarleas. has long sleeves and II bb* The automatic non-return which keeps him up, banded at neck and waist. It is valve Is fixed on the collar, and And now for something out of 1 in French lisle, fine as silk, and a few hard puffs inflate the jacket the ordinary—M-iiiaps a* a ure*is offered in while, nav% -ellow which does not seriously Impede ent for g Mend who la • keen and pale blue Cotton cellular* fwtmming. Wearable for both swlmmar. It is the under-w .:<: are offered with cap sleeves, and men and women the Inflator inflsh-ttalklng equipment w are poplin i-hirts fastened with side the jacket is detachable, so The sport originated In France pearl buttons. In 1 range of exthe outer jacket itself is suitable) before the war; World War II .ellent colours including tangerto wear for general sports "frogmen" adapted its principles |1U Trousers or shorts are "1111 for warfare Allan Solley are making a rayon being worn, and denims are cerToda> the uport is agal" popumesh which looks cool In spite of latnly "In" the young girls anylar wherevci ihe sea; arc a/ann ihe tipped up collar. how are clamouring for them and and men have money and lime to, Cordon Love show a white this, although denims are just a n*nd underwatrr trimmed naw blue design in replica of the blue French workThe latest gear includes several I coars* mesh and a fine white lisle men's trousers. Made of tough type of spear, goggles, flippers nnd with low set sleeves striped in cotton they have sensible patchbreathing apparatus from wn cherry red; both are gay and trim, pockets back and front and hav to choose your l.ncy. What's Cooking In The Kitchen SCORPIO Oct. ••— HOT, N. v which Vimoo Wh. 1. Iliiaf/a will there.. ;, 9 ,f *"' 23-sVtpt. 23 togj be 11.to overforc* or beHng J^ j ^, der other*' opinion" LIBRA 1e ir ** ^ &rp\. %  .'! Oet 23 Whn llred Ftci full amisT. r-tiix nutaa .11 a lunv. But ^^ ion': v-ir. htqaartaM (v*m though If* litigations. Pray. sr • - lie bust*, if rtUMBMtfy, but not in a ^ lushed state, which is harmful both to ir.dth and to 'hat which you are tryinc J^ o do. Remember church MrVfeM • • RAOITTARTOB --I*#view lloughtfully the affairs rlsThtyL. W—IHc 81 ru ". v *'ouf. Then go about tVm in ^ orderly fashion. Careful system enn save much lime, energy. **, • • * Usually when the going is hardest or latest then can you of this binlP'Tlod ai %  omptlsh what surprises others and often .uitelf. Hut dont go at too A• %  *• i"nu j jiii efficient p and phjaicallj active wV normal. Your Situ Libra is notable for even Ja. Kas jiulgmimL espet nll> when it 11 viUl lo others' well-tsMng. Don't apend too maay hours at ploasure. then jL or long. l*i iei.. in Ood'a RifU ]|y HUM OIIAIE MUNI HtUM UIMBAI TUBAKBAS1U1NK. WONT SHOW UIKT'H>S the atrangely fascinatmj the new Poluol Dress Fabric at Mul boautiful inerchandlse 01 George Sanely Ai Co., .Udo-i UM Kast. LMaplayed in t h e Ltd, on Swan Bt la la^rssordin -KIKMAL SHOP, High si ary and differcni from most hranch 'f Surti United Co. — axuiateitala you've seen. At only quuito Ivory crafUtmanabip in 1 k uces. Bracelets, Earrtugs gives CAPUOOKW Dec 2S—Ju 81 AQUARIUS Jaa 22-Fib naoM 39* Feb 21 March 20 Btrtantala .>< 1 1 tat Alan Animi than rUlwanls. noted iheoloci-ei. B Rssasaant; Jo ..rd. this shipuMul tuiviuolkv. beige, u u>-. pink an cream is smoothly disappearing, irom the shelves — do you wonuet DOBl let Monday go b> without going Into Sanely' on Swan St. PATTY I:SSI:STL\I !" S pit NIC MISTS, ihe delirious, ready to serve JACK Sl'ltAW CHKE.sk STICKS. Obuuiable at all ics in S Qg. tins for tSr. these asMfe Straws ara Ideal home haiid-arounds for the casual guest. And this Jack Straws are now obtainable la accessories. And SMBBSBSSM Uraasware designeil in Traya and Cocktail Seta p o ss es s an unusu..' •e.uiy New Perfumes. In.ene--i (littering Moonstone Jewslry ire all part of this treat UJ %  ebesi II JEWEL WATEKrKtHH %  FAT* HI s FOB YtMJ. BIB' from which to make your selection of %  gu.irauu.fMl time-piece for -'t .10 .lu.-i look luminous dlaL sraap canust second-hand and m Myllng. Other models nonCUKRY FLAVOUR. You'll waterproof and 16 Jewel movespot the blue JACK STRAW tin* on your dealer's shelf, d a General Agency distribution lor every home. IJMOLENE TO UIVE YOI ZLNG and cool reiraslung day. and mgiits. Liaioielie is g lYopJ cat pKK-UiC-u;, to 1,-fresh UK -...IJ ..nd cool UK MissM osj and u apnlu to vacationer alike bados by the Btarnn ttaj Co, LJ.vlOLLNL lb A NLCLb s. iv .,nd obtainable it piatty BTasI every ssnTt ,,ti trie tslanu. Buy il MeuUiolatvd at Ma, 01 Plain 66c.. il s Ihe besl buy lui ci'iniort. very bll as attractive. You should see these at Y. de LIMA'S, 11 SI the Slo,.for Diamonds ,md, this weak, 1 lop value Men's guaranteed I watches RMJ.NAL BEAl'Tt arv quickly Miive 1 ******* * * Poet Series Of Stamps before serving. You can also odd spoonsful of water and let >t MEAT some carrots (about 4 or 5) and boil for a few minutes ,!,: %  .' In that case you can chip them STEW ALLA PIZZAIOl-A RAGOUT ALLA BOLOC.NESK with the onions and the rest of Bolted slew. Olive nil, Whole Roast beef 2 lbs.. Parsley, the seasoning. tomatoes, Garlic, Dry Marjoiam. Thyme. Salt. Pepper, Bacon a few BEEF ALLA CERTOSINA: Salt and Pepper slices. 2 small onions. I piece of s\, r g people— Boil the stew meat In a soup, garlic. Tomato paste 1 tableWhen the soup la ready cut Ihe spoonful. Margarine 1 oz. Rum 1 Beef 2 lbs.. Butter. Oil, Bacon; stew meat In rectangular pieces. toblcspoonful. Salt; Pepper; Nutmeg; Anchovies Get a Pyrex dish, put a bit of Tie the meat and spread the 3 „ r 4; Chipped parsley I hnndolive oil iu tho bottom of the dish z asar--s=Ss sss-? g TOZ S? 3 '££*$£ * • B a SSs^: T^xr^r: ha avarythmf fry In a big saucean d a few slice* of bacon. Add enough to eovei It. a bit of ^ a ^^ of j^rnp, portray 1 %  photograph taken pan until the meat is brown on the piece of meal seasoned with chipped garlic, some chipped f :linou p,^^ (nrt piH .i. SilU1 K .,f -"rmanv while the poet was both sides. Add the rum and let B lt pepper and a pinch of nutparsley and a pinch of dry marTnUa. tour of tho Continent. it fry again until the rum is m eg. Let everything fry gently Joram. Put then the allce ol evaporated. Add enough water to a nd when the meat has become ttow and add some more tnrnaOBVCT ihe meat and 1 tablespoonbrown on all sides add S or 4 toes, garlic, parsley JI> ful of concentrated tomato paste, anchovies and a handful of parsjoram. Pour a tiny bit of olive Let everything cook for about I ley. Add then enough water to oil on the top and season with hour. Test the meat and if it Is cover the meat and let everysalt and pepjier. Add a few not soft enough add some more thing boll slowly on moderate tablespoonaful of water. If you water nnd let 11 boll again until flame. Slice the meat and cover use tomatoes In tin, the Juice you get a thick gravy. Cut the with the sauce. If the sauce has from the tin will be enough. fOtJat rKOBLt.Mi* Kn.i. inisull.iut for DOROTHY CUAi U„, i ItLI'ARATlONS. Tuesday .,.( %  < irOUSJb Thuisday tin. week *l ( oliiia LUI. — 8.30 to 3.30. Miss ivnkcHd will otiei expert sdetsa through the courtesy of Dorothy %¡ raj Hu is an exciting oppoi • .inity lo smooth ..way wire at -.Mini. Ltd.. sole dislributors of • • • .•on.lhy Clay 1'ieii.n aUoiiv FOR THE FIRM MMfc |N MATCMINti HI1IJKT MITES MANY YEARS i new shipIncluding tiling in most atlracmciit of all-wool THOl'ICAL-S "ve paslels are leatuied at the have come in at ,. re-lu. i t .m. I"'-. CO-OP COTTON FACOf course, thciu Is a cuuaeuuem JOKY SHOWROOM. These saving in the rust ol yOUl flnlah nsKsstll Uttings for to-day's bothsg| -uii ansj 0 IL Hut si Co., nf luuin are In 2 or 3-plecv sets Bulton l-.ne Invite you to take with square or corner b..Mio.. advantage of Grey, Ilelge mil prioad MTOgfl *95.32. Chrome Brown plain and stripe TroyiHaUnoom Fitting', and non-skid cals at f52,00 and up. The Itubbei Mais are necessary acmaterial is of nm*i lovely minilO'soiios and a wide choice can Ity and 'opportunity' is asavBR be had. Ask for Mr. Carter or Into It.. . phone 'JOSH IVs BMI Bate'l ISM firm. Hit Isring suppoit to gi GestsrlsM Msidrnforin BrMssI area are nadeonK inlhrF nifyl assssssa ef Amerirs u %  maidrn/hrm let everv tvpr \\ KasssjB, meat In slices, put again In gravy and let everything get hot ban i-at I: loo thick by the time the BakB In moderate finished add a few table>a an hour. 'l Ihe to .. sheet medieval period of Indian haston The set comprises a nlne-uie 'i%  11> ssuuaMoeta How green stamp (K.-iblr). a devoted -o the 'Ilhaktt' cult. Ohalib ono-sUUM crimson stamp (Tulsil> one_of the foremost Urdu poets das), a four-and-half-anna mag%  U-known NolW sfika stsMDip (Ohalib) and a 12auna dark brown stamp (Tarore). al-.ut pud pgprire-winner Without refityration s fasailiei in every pen of the world sre sstured of milk uossUiagly safe and healthful when ihev .r KLIM. Your KLIM milk it protected la the linsgslail Jimp isss, BSSSBBBBBBSstsesl sad ui}' harm . u keepi uilirf-t irlogef •lioo Sines wlrb KLIM there Is oo wsste or tpixUge. yos get rour fall mooe>'i worth of due superior qualm milk <*'.*i to the very ISM ounce. 1 KLIM il pur.. ,of. milk KLIM MIPS WITHOUT KEFKIGE ATI0N 3 KLIM quality Italwaymatform 4 KLIM Is HMSMI ^ I FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, ^HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, FOLDS & CHILLS^ •I'M.HLl.Y KECOHIiKNDED tor IMRI l.l'IAK ACnON, SICK HKADACHE, UVERISHNESS, nruousNKSs, rsroiCEsnoN, •*. Sold in bottles for lulling freihneie.



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•., VIIVS i.< I..m, SUVDA\ AOVOCATK r\c.r SINE KiM.tt.-or uir >i:\ Sv M.V AIK Milt) READ AND ANNE BONNEY The People Of Barbados (XXVI) nd Anne Bonnay men who %  i Alwida, daughter of (• t followed %  I .n,i Mary p/otMfi "who ..KhJ life was rathat eurteui 8ha was en English K'H arhOBB mother had married a tailor when she u very young. Unloctunala A y fur Mra. 11 -* 4 %  %  avar a few rh to a boy. and %  the tound Bansau asp i other addition to her t.. %  hnme and went to %  place in the Hal boy died bom. In I---" country until Mjry was about Old All II;. hud. MSB % %  %  M> as to her %  %  %  .. know thai Ibt boj bad died. Her plan was • lute *i girl Child ->f gOOlhar man for her husband's baby, no that she could return home. well |o to visit hat Baa dit-ssed Mary in boy's clothes, coache.i hM to act as a boy and then lefi Dor llM -In-law was comS i • lay in her house %  l only too ptoaied to accept the crown %  was* WnfcO the gof-i tor Mai.Vs support m *•"** In a %  This doeopUon continmd until %  TWidroother then the girl, of I agreed to contlnu She got a Job .• a fool • I >•• : nlisted tn the Royal Navy. Fir*I Love She left the Navy soon, how| tnUstod In %  foot regimen! in Flanders us o cadet. ., promotion after many knar? left thai %  of horse Occupying the same tent With her in this rOtfment WBa a handsome Dutch youth, and %  rlthoul di til Marj fell violently in love with him. Her paatio torbing that her comrades thought her mad and she was in danger of being i' ed from the : t %  %  V last, in her eratinn *e revealed to the astonished Lad that -.he wai n married. I % %  gland with her husband and Ihey set up a lavorn called the Threi •GENTRY" %  the niri-oe ^ .arn. %  Swi't K .. t I fi m %  Ml NOtt h*Vf t I I4nd Of "ins The OWM Bl :\l M willed here were OOHMt %  *•< tp n,en i>( imp-inance in WO O d| *. tad aannj of %  %  in*.'ir fortunes out of the *nt IMWtty. A Mellenl OOOOnptlot etorly aetUoRMI I given by Bdmuad Burfca in hi An rwcoani of %  !>< %  %  araatoi ^attlMnenu m A * J1W\ PRIM \l \ 9ttUo I ... | In well worti %  n BrMao in those da inltal lie %  %  1 H ui.iiifiiLK lag 'Hi Mas •< the i tftdga w tu. h i i : ion and %  •' • -.HIJ. ed over the rhrtl <>f th* Of the port, ho Is am \' About this time the governpressed as he ratal* i hith was tan Uj then in the hands of Cromwell. trk of thv town Bui %  %  i Kerbados all <>( ihi* the di 'inther country; before, and prosperous place Lig been named altogether that there was an Exrhann iv the Datct r he -igour exwin-re the morehanb • *he roval partv. Dutch nnd British alike. evaral gaaUi— n oi inolhti ami .m a sB c t thai HMd tamtUai to settle In i<>" business. ,ind ( -*p %  this Island, which was far from buy BBd sell sugnr — both whin being peopled like some other an" muscovados — fusii. IgtUvM and perfinirer. lOM i perate *\ home After mdig.. which wer.ih. produce of %  r %  continued !" colony. Also rueJ MM bj very hasty "' %  '' '"'l'" Not long -iter the res^e Matte of th. n,..k.. created I,l,h '""'''""'•l %  "'>""^ ">'" nets ,„.,,.,Me gr„' ''''%  ; .1—„t IK.. ImUmA -..., ..f •. Ilm^'ies gnd WOOlOni au kiiuts. swords and shoeuown %  i ar On the method i>f Ir.Mle and lh ufToae) u %  that >' earliest historian of this iSStUSUSf? ml "' %  %  onto i'f ft WOrth '•'" thousand .i year, and none quo thousand." Th.tunes he bsniight to tlie island b> of iels that had been ttuding witl a ml ^
much in tna ^ na(| English sailor on board, was Imde4etted her hu>btnd pressed into the pirates service and then the Dutch ship was allowed to sail a^.i> sssssrva For many months Mary lived ___.;, the life of a pirate, so effectively demonstrating the manly qualities of hardihood and courage that none of her comrades suspected gX However, wh announced that a Koyal Pardon would bo glvan m ai>y pirates who **• Noticing this. Jack Rackam gava up then unlawful pursuits became very Jealous, and when she decided to retire to an inAn [> p e nlua l > r J d^red h r lint desires. Mary had no allernative .,„. but to lei) her the truth. After sliinds. But her i h > J hc two women were firm he had to put it lug — When the T>. ed here, thev (bund Uvt pla the must s;iv.n!e .uni that can well te Imag had net lin* Issst >|'|"\iiir< of iaear barVu | ovan by savages. Tl i no kind of bssasti of i astun lot pray, DO fi|iit. DO (i l v,i ai ti„. eilmato > s lio-wi. a^irt the Mill fertile, some gentlemen of small fortunes In England resolvM in Island is Uuhard Ugon. who baeatna adventurers thither. Itad km* a4tbln twu dacad Bui the fii-st plaati id,. only the utter deaolateness ot Instanres of the hospitality of the m the plaes.an d iheejfi ls htn Hm flvw nn account S t.JtV.ii S, ^ n X h %  r provwions t,> struggle wlm . Iu hogpitalHj of Colonel gjui hut the irees wan so large, of M ,„ n i,, v WsTromf v.ho then reh0 v L U it u TP&2 hal ,! 1 Bnd f ,ubborn wd %  I '. ik. mow HoiKujSrteawai . s ... ?2? d t tf l or -^ M *-E?r t branehs.,.. bo ag .elate,, that the 't'^ "^.f,; ,. : ," ;ill ',„,,. that thryproeeeded In the clear, ,,, ((Tl ,.| ^1,4 a GenUeman that v Uui K to sell th • rernSrUnj V ', I. ^ , ^i ' "'"' pl, nI> '" En "'eive goods In exchange" on) Wniry pa rtonc a. And \.„„,,-onid not spend all his time even when they hn,t tolerably n ,,„. pursuit of riches and forT^ e cleaK,i some rittlo ^uot, the M .,11 thai aa had b*Ji accusOne themselves to then | first prod ueIt /Mlded for the l,, Wh „, h( pn tertalncd it Uons at Barbados alo %  • t^i avt-n sul>slsienee was s. small and „ as HS lavish as the Island could where is recorded their realou i.rdinao. at the same lime thatt afford, for he would 'have hla untrlotlsm and theli high their supplies from England tabip we) | rurnished with all sorts adventure and desire to colonla were m slow and precarious. „f -,^^1 meat the Land and Sea "iber places which existed at tin that nothing; but the noblest afforded and as freely bid his period and has continued 1 courage, srid rlrmnass which friends welcome to it" through the oanturtai Tin* sph cannot receive too many praises t it true that Ligon received %  '"" imbibed In the eoloure. could have carr ed them through mtTXY tavaan at the hands of the race fw lhere u hardly a Barba the disrouragajramu which thev w „i rnn j faiIu i v -n a m nv ha ve %  " no nn not " l Hn •'"• %,u *. fr-fr* 2l85L*SS.J" ,hn '** bla-5flJ IhrTr f?"iur Z fr *his little Island Th. Island of Providence for Rackam. and wherever he signed on she npanied him in ; clothcThe stage was now set for a comedy. Attracted by Mary's fair skin and good looks Anne paid a great deal of attention to her and tried to attract her in many 5fS? a ^*J* I, J _?f. r !. 0 k '" %  bj ..visitor to the Island not more the capture tlai obe. But by degrees thlht] were mollified; svpit ..: the xius yielded f.'' a>h Jamalcj %  %  1 the Island not more lecade after Ugon'a vUit. **££* 11 ,T V^'' for they could obtain land 1 vaster area and chaapat than tho gentry better i^ m ^ u_? y yff*i^ EnK ; h"" ( '' a,ul '"corded Uiat th. land answered lolarabl/ and ( r u a rbados lived the count,. .dually t U .,', H lay aside Its sr snd to submit enlarte their hoMlDgS. BBd bj servants who had nil their time. There Is hardly a HUI hiaouailT IU •1,1111 lh,.ir "nnnli-tunO I. ,, "•' wiriiI nnr ii> i..iena ..• S2S CJSf 2S2Snf J5" i.-"i'id Fi in .1. 1 PX "These good ip|>ear.inces in ncrica, and the storm whirl vd by the gentry of liarbafor they owned from months she lived on one West Indl money ran out so to sea again, signing on on the ship some lime after bvgan to gathei %  Utdptd M Ihree huudretl of thas) ANKE BONNEY friend: Just about this time there was .1 mutiny on board the ship, the pirates overcoming the honest sailors and then electing Jack Rackam to be captain iu place of Rogers. For several weeks the pirates sailed in search of prey and at last they raptured a merchant ship. Among tho survivors was a -young navigator who attracted Mary's attention first when she saw him signing the articles. Her passion soon became so pronounced that she decided to reveal to the navigator that she was a woman, and they be0 came lovers, One day the navigator had a Vtolant quarrel with another n ambtr of the crew and the two men agreed to fight a duel whenever land was reached. Soon they %  chorr I 'iff .in island and Mary, discovering about the proposed duel and terrified of losing her lover, succeeded In picking a quarrel with the pirate and arranged for a duel to be fought the next morning, two hours earlier than the time her lover had chosen. When the navigator arrived on the scene next morning he found Mary with the other pirate lying dead at her feet. For some years the pirates roamed the Caribbean under the .ommand of Captain Jack Rackam and were on the whole successful m their depredations. But .in August 1720 the law caught up with handsome Jock. His ship was overhauled and boarded otl the coast of Jamaica by a sloop outfitted by the Governor of that colony. After a few quick skirmishes most of the pirates. including Itackam, fled below decks, leaving the two g) < m Jas> 11 in England. eacountgSd to go over; but lUl] the colony taaafvau H aari uf encouragement from the government which at th.it time under|ile WhO were then-. || iand as they pleased. He also %  mji.it en the then exist'iitf eondli.m l.iwi-n the two places, nnd '•am he decides In fuvmir eg th. stood the advantages of colonies Barbadian gentry for thev wan but little. Hag ailtctt Bras. I-' f their possessions. sides much WOI-M oertii-ied U' '"' ,,,K '^ <*uv that Libertie of sowing thoMgwiis of t, tierl "''" n. which wee soe long haue nesa, which came nflerwardgl "gUnd fouRht for I'.ut ihev so tertibly to their own lip*. "" uc "buse il •' (1) The court look DO other unties,, of this telan.l thin to gr.iht it '-'g""" also confirms Buike's to a very unworthy and uu•'" u,,, t ** to the condition of faithful favourite, the earl of ha Island within a short per c %  — -. %  1 -1 tlelpate, for as Iturke racordl this island can rain aaai tl\ thousand men of Ms own mihti (To • Conunuad) An Acoi %  11 ,... igilraeftd • it. %  •ess 10.0 M 1 by Ntvtile ,: II of th B M II \ V Orllalo wmth, Judged, proved of 1 to the settlement ..,> %  4. :;.i j^, of time after IU settlement lie; relates the Island's eastern part was studdssd with plantBtio.r. kMii.e large, others small. tin v.ivnjiii ^.uli-.! mi" Carliala Bay. roaa ona ibova tho In terraces. Cultivated Igga .ere set round with the woods .it the virgin rbrasl wblcti still .ilHHinded and ronsptcuou* which towered unbrageoua * '•'"* hnppy men without any pre• m,,n ** ,hl ,, -,nXf r N^ r, tenee, in the neighbouring %  %  ve*. islands, and carried them into . „___,,, __ h „ •Cwllsle hay itself praa busy scene, with Mutch and Eng%  'Howcvn a-this 0 iony had •he hardiest oreedtng and the* most laborious Infony of any of our tettlcmriiK si stronger in ititen 1 Bail who %  natai -M-ed; and that to an height, which if II were IHH proved lw 1 reasonable ilouht. 1'.in I 1 be believed. For in this small Island, whlrli It hut twcnty-fHo miles in lensjth, and in breadth but fourteen, n little if twenty years after its first settlement, thut Is. in l0. It contained upward of fifty thousand wbitsat of all sexes and ages, and a much greater rumbcr of i.Urk* and Indian slave*. Tin of which 1 1-.v. Ihj I UmnUl. the latter th., irreconcilable to us ever sincuThls small bland, peopled by upwards of one hundred thou%  .] %  was not ^ % %  I half of It eultlvated. nor wai thUbr Aristae of 'swssBas PHOSFERINE in casts uf WEAKNESS... IMIOSI-I-RINIis a wonderful ionic lur ihe weak and ailing, the oODVSlfltOBDI and the run\ ., ^_ down. \^ IM COWS (if LASSITUDE... 1 Jiik'iP "t Mir iiTvnu. lyBMB by oy cn roi h i .titiKuinc* or is a .tgn V.H. nc.-.i PHOSPl HINL' in cases of DEBILITY... I'lloM l-RINH reuores the sppeubj. Mitoaihcnt ihc DOtTSt, pull hmk the viialny you 10 hadlv need. in vases of NERVOUSNESS... PllOSW'.RlNIhelns you 10 take Ihc strain and dihVullies of life. Available in Liquid or Table! for to dn>p equal 1 1 *hk*n THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS KNIGHTS FOR PURE DRUGS WHI'iN your Dm tor prescrihes lor yuu ... he realises you neetl ihe BKST \VIIK\ m roiii|H>iili(l your |iresrrinlions r only offer fluIIKST in Drugs and the HKST in Servio KNIGHTS FOR BEST PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. YOUR FAVOURITE SHIRT IS AMONG THIS LOT !! ARROW WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached. SUoi 13; to 18 Inch S7.02 each CONSULATE SELF COLOUR SHIRTS I Truhetnlsed Collar attached In ihadee of V. K.c hiui. Grey and Tan. Prices S8.5, S8.40, S8.77 VAN HEDSAM SHIRTS Collar attaches Ml 14 10 18 Ins. S9.34 each. SANi>Y McDONALD WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached 14, to 17 Ins S6.66 OTIS MEN S RIBBED ATHLETIC VESTS—SleeveUu S • 36 48 ins. 51.36 OTIS MEN'S BRIEFS (Jockey Shortel Sizes: 23—42 ins. SI.59 per pair. GENTS LEATHER BELTSManufactured by Hickok c I New Ycrk in shades of Light and Dark Brown Price : J2.93. $3.77. $4.56 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. Ltd. 10 11 12 & BROAD STREET. 13 DRESS SHIRTS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS HOT SHIRTS FOR LABOUR DAY &f DKKSS SHIRTS In all IN.nanular brand* in.' "M-iTF" "RENOWN" and "M;M ui'.hl i: in plain and %  Irlprd ilnijn. SHIIKT SlltKTS in plain r.il.mrfan'* antterr.'. .nil plain rolourrd *rt s.lh m--.li SKA ISLAND DRtSs SillKTS In Cream. Brlir. Gray, Blue and Hhu> HARRISON'S -264 ni.vi %ni: iiKAi.nin i. \sn MosoMiiii. wmt: Onui*lly Now BAPRV DRIRD FRUIT HALAD p*t \ lb. pkt. S M %  COCOHAXT per 1 lb Ul. 1 40 1 20 ONIONH per .1 ll>. CANADIAN* SAROINCa p^r tin W W : uNDKNBED MILK por Un • Tho above Item* for Cash and Carry Cuatossen only CAHRH IKIIAM LRACKtRB per till 1 B8 1 :*OATi: PLYMOUTH (UN per bottle %  •* COATRH PLYMOUTH OIN per caae 24 00 HR4>NTi: HHi:i:Pa TONtlUEH i 13* HWIFT LUNCIIIION BEFF IN CCREAL per taper Un HUNTB FRUIT COCKTAIL larg^ tin HUNTS FRUIT COCKTAIL Hruall tin LION BRANIi WHIT): rsVPBB per 1 oi. Un *o LION BRANO BLACK PEPPER pel I oi tin TAADLBTI i AVKNDLK WATER Urn %  i •* !" ^JI i YAKDLEYK AFTER BHAVF. LOTION Urge 2.40 YARDLF.YH AFTER BHAVK LOTION MDSU 1 YARDLEYB BOND ST COLOONE large (H)VA DUHTINd POWDER WITH PUFF—per BOS 1 %  PONDS TALCUM POWDER per Un ** BRIBTOWS SHAVING CREAM per bowl " JOHNSONS BABY POWDER large 42-• %  all % %  COCKADE FINE RUM STANSFEIM S€*TT A #o„ !,#<#._



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I'M.I Ml III Sl'SM* ADVOCATE -i sun m fOBM [ I BA^AD^jA ADVOCATE (Ilr4 h, IS. *..-.!. Os.. LM. BlaM .. Hlll|tll Sunday. October 5. 1952 I ilur.ilion.il SainilY BAKBADOS spends it has been recently estimated SIO'j per head of population on 'hei l-i Hiah Cw Hihn territory. But whal n i his high expend;' Statistics of the Depart HUT ii 0. HUflaV bowi that 2.805 boys and girls left ftchoob durini* Uw period September i960 to August 1951 Of this number 823 are known to be unemployed while the fate of unknown. The majority of boys who found employment entered trades. Deeptti the fat' that no technical school exists in Barbados :i42 boys (an entire schoolfull) entered tradee. Almost as many boys, 329. entered •grieuUural employ mini during the same school year. But Barbados has no school which specialises in agricultural training. This is all the more surprising when it is realised that no parish in Barbados has less than seven schools. Barbados a predominantly agricultural community with %  very limited rapacity to absorb •'white-collar" workers has an educational system which is fitting large numbers of its pupils for unemployment and leaving the majority of those who find employment to learn trades alter they hav. left school. The tWOfbM elTert of this type of education is to make school-cluldr. a mediocre ability despise manual work and to make living costs rise because employe!.' are compelled to employ and pay minimum wages to individual, whose educational training has not equipped them for the jobs they obtain. To ignore the results of an educational system such as ours Is to penalise the next generation of Barbadians. This island simply cannot afford an educational system which dues nut give technical and agncu! turaV instruction priority over academic and refusal even to provide one te<> school is refusal to recognise the peril t Barbadian economy which is caused by th< prevalence of poorly trained technicians a' all levels. Of what avail to Barbados i. an educational system such as ours when of 1,622 boys leaving school in 1951. 681 found no employment. 329 went into agn culture, 147 into domestic service, 342 int trades and only 95 into business? Fron. these statistics an outsider might have ex peeled the 124 schools of Barbados to be divided into schools specialising in vocational and technical education, agriculture, domestic service and catering, and com merclal studies with a few academic" *ehool for the highly talented. Instead the whole educational system i geaied to the acquiring of certificates and a small number of valuable scholarships to Universities. While 2,805 boys and girls left school during 1951, 47 boys and girls obtained Cambridge school certificates, 7.'. boys were successful in the Oxford and Cambridge school certificate, while 36 boys and 7 girls were successful in the Hir.lui certificate. No doubt there is somethm; satisfactory in these scholastic %  ehlevfl ments but surely the economy of Barbados and its capacity to produce more to feed more people would havs bojnootod mor* if the 342 boys entering trades and the 330 entering agriculture had received QtrtUV cates qualifying them for such emplO) ment? It is customary when statistics such as these are introduced to reply that educa tion is not concerned wth training boyi and girls for employment. This theoretical objection has no application to a society in which the fruits of education cannot be enjoyed unless those who have enquire education know how to earn enough money U) subsist at minimum levels. How m.m\ or the 2,805 boys and girls leaving school in the year ended August 1951 can indeed be said to be educated in the highest Mil* 0, the word* True education like the brook In i he poem goes on for ever and is far more likely to ho obtained hy the individual who is equip I hy training to earn a Uvln thai b> the discontented "aeaden.u" product ot the Barbadian schools. Education in Barbados is not free It is paid for by the whole community, even though some pay far greater sums than others towards the maintenance of the schools. Simple persons believe that education of the academic type best fits their children to get on and become illustrious In this ad oi : and in fact the sucoau of many Barbadian lawyer* and professional men here and In many ether countries tends towards the enthronement of that belief. But a government cannot plead the excuse of a simple person and is fallin g hi its duty to the communitv when it abets an educational system which refuses to recognise that the talents nf human beings vary and that skill is trained and drawn out by technical vocational education common prosper itv is i nd '"' s "' Barbados will be acting in the interests of present and future tf Ihey break with the educational system of the past and adopt one suited to the nadj of an agricultural community in the tropics. I>ni4tir Servant* ACCORDING to the 1M6 census some i id a half thousand women were then employed in domestic service. Since then the numbers employed in domestic service will have increased, although the %  it of living will eventually lead to less domestic employment. Whatever the future ol domestic service m Barbados HI welfare of domestic servants OUghl to '"' receiving greater attention from the agencies which seek to improve the material and spiritual conditions of women. The reputation which the Y.W.C.A. gained in other countries for its good work among domestic servants is illustrated by the story which was told to the Editor of the World's Y.W.C.A. monthly. A fellow delegate at a meeting of church repeesW tatives said: "Oh. you represent the Y.W.C.A. Such a splendid organisation Our servant always used SO g" there on her night off." Smug us this remark might seem it is a pity that no one can say the same thing about the local Y W.C A. or for that matter about any other women's organisation in Barbados. There just is nowhere for the servant to go on her night oft*, except to the cinema, the dance hall fol „ walk along the streets. Some persons argue that nowhere is needed for domestic servants who have far too much to do at home to want to go to Y.W CA's or anywhere else. But however true this argument might be for some it is not true of all and the work of the Girls' Friendly the Girls' Industrial Union and the Y.W.C.A. would never have been initiated if such a negative approach to girls' welfare was taken by the founders of these worthy movements. Domestic servants need the attention of women's organisations more than any other branch Of Barbadian women today and until the smug remark made to the editor of the World's Y.W.C.A. monthly can be made ShOUl some women's organisations in Bardoa, enough will not have been done for domestic servants. Is it surprising that they look to sprees. menics. movies and hops for recreation when no door is open to welcome them to more cultural and spiritual atmospheres ? The Y W.C.A ought to be in the forefront of a movement to help domestic servants to a richer life. Skiing On The Fence A S the Arch Druid <-f Wile with lUCky dayv—Sunday, Mo-iday, Tu'sday Wednesday,* ThUTldy. Fndiy and Saturday the year rcund Laugh one oil I*. V *.l HHIVS hheld the poetry pnz< at • he National Eist?ddfod at AberyiAUES (March 22—April 20) twyth because none c* the poems Whatever you are i.'unJnnf of ubni.tted reached She required doing, for Pen's sake don't do t..ndard. perhaps he will consider lt Every move brings disaster luarding the stlvtr crow* and sven day* In bed might help US to roe for thfollowing:— But don -, m ofce You *ll le the houie on ere Wales u small hut does no* Itvk %  fee 1,-ilh biu ulVs. boy bach: lAI'ltl S (April >1 May M) fir*t I.lopd OffVfge did lht*n NIJC You W J|, (,,. s „ unpopular ih" Brvan week that only the threat <• 1'imallard a mial Var.ii capital punishment will prrv?' Where all TorU-t go to 'ell somebody murdering you. Don" Health Organization, that pvnsons Witt. >>h hwflL ,.h well, well, u-elL tempt Dcople too far. who are not in a suite of pby.ic-i \ and social well-being cannot be £"£ !" 0l *?~J! pto A J h ££T GMONI (May 22-June tW —*—' Bad week for buying, selling backing horses, travelling, stopping at home, standing up. -sitting down, hreathlng, eating, and elbow lifting Get B h.'3>notlst to put you into n trance until next Sunday Success storv Once again Dr (Jubbmv the Meet -street |> %  I % %  l>r iN-vitonil guiran. w. %  IIM ..f the LMIKIUSIOIIS of tha'Woil.i and Morpan C.rxffilhg, Jon**, Morgan. All 'ave music in thrir hones— Trtfor Jones and Harry Jones; All the Roberts*-* and Richards, All the u/itliariises and Prtrc'ujrds, ill l'' Evantet and flushes Are /'td.iiiar u-IIh (he musri. All (he buys and oirls of Wales Can sinp like bleated niohfmeelss, proud ihvy are. or proud Ihry tern O/ T ( ioun(ain and of mounrain it ream. Proud of (own* ihaf end in "og" And one that ends in "poppoa. two". Proud ihey ore when (hen announce it. Prouder if you can't pronounce if. TII understand, (hough, u il 1 -Feb IS), "f the seven black days ahead, it is hard to say which will be the blackest. A* the following .iCOHPIO (Oct. 24—N->v. Z2) wtek will be worse, try to look One af the differences belweer on the bright side. PISCES (Feb 20—March 21>: Your usual high spirit damped about Friday And again on Saturday By Sunday you will need all your alleged sense of humour When the war w -s over he w; i sent as o reporter round offices to aafc about the employment of exM Uliars But they nil thought he wanted % %  job himself, all thought he was the biggest fool tbey had ever seen, and all shouted curses -L him. What would have h-ippened if. instead of cursing Dr. QebblDa. these people had **nt him to I psychiatrist? The psychiatrist would havt you and a dog is that every dog thought him the biggest fool he has its day But you won't, had ever seen and certified him Try not to envy dogs as the As it is. DT Gubbms is able to terrible week drags on. earn a living being one ot tn I biggest fools the country has cv'i SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23—Dec 22) neen instead of being a burden Unlucky numbers— 1 to 1,000,on the taxpayer 000.000. Unlucky colours—ail —1..E.S. Us LESS IA\.I il IT was announced during the week that the Department of Highways and Transport had sunk 15 suck wells to reduce the lluoding ot water in the Constitution Hiver, but that they had been so arranged as not lo interfere with the water supply. No well had been sunk below a plane of 50 feet above sheet water level. The Government is to be commended for this step inasmuch as much of the blame for the condition of the Constitution area was laid at the door of the owner of the land and the Government. The tragedy of 1949 has not yet been forgotten and now that the Delamere Tenantry has been sold the public were left wondering whether the residents nf the district were to be left to the tender mercies of the flood Wftters which came down after the heavy ruins every year. Now il is known that the danger to Ufa and property has been reduced. Tinsiiguestion was not new but for m,HH years It was not accepted. It was even suggested in the past that suck wells should have been sunk in the outparishes where it was known thai water from the various gullies endangered small stock and poultry in various districts. Another suggestion was that catchments should have been made to prevent the prolonged rush of flood water from the higher districts. It would have meant that the water so stopped from its downward course to Bridgetown could then be channeled and used for purposes of irrigation on a small scale. is possible that the expense of carrying oul this suggestion has delayed its acceptance because no other legitimate answer has been advanced. Now that the wells have been sunk In this area and the danger lessened it is only fair that the Government should insist that the lands so occupied as tenantries Should be put and kept in proper older and the lowlands raised in order to afford proper public health administration. It cannot be claimed that the condition of the Constitution Swamp now glorified by the name of "River" and the surrmndIng aieas admit of proper cleaning and obedience to the rules of public health In the Legislature it has been suggested that the Swamp be canalised, but as this was suggested as an employment measure il was readily dismissed. It is more than that however. To canalise the swamp would release more land and would permit ;m easier and faster flow of flood water coming Croon St Thomas and St George ,i Watsjrford and the Gully HouM Tha %  edirnant and the debris could be easily removed at various spots before it reaches the Rivet bad and the inner wharf causing reater expanM for dredginr. It is to he hoped that the sinking of these walls is but the first step in a series of which will improve the entire area. Whither Bnshe Rule? THERE are two major i.-pedi-_-_ -, __ 'cabinet" administration in Barments to Barbadian progress toJ %  § % USSOrge IIUBile bados. day. untidy political admiiustra-* A. a corolUryol an OBM and tlon and the lack of confluence during normal working hours. If tecretary the Prime Minister which Barbadians of substance the House began its deliberation* much to be relieved of fln i nci S t feel in the island's future. during the morning members worries and of the need of augThe second is the more serious would be able to discuss affairs mvnting hi* modest receipts from but largely stems from the flrst. of vital importance to the comthe Treasury. If parliamentary Clearly then priority must be munity with untired minds. In government Is to succeed in Bariiven to improving the imclency addition the reporters would, bade*, the Prime Minister will A political administration or else Inrough working normal hours, have l0 ^ poi^ „ sa |ary comIhc lack of confidence which now %  egard the Public Buildings as an mcnsurall w(lh his status. ladi distinguishes a small number of "nice and not as a place in which Having the wealthy will spread down"> tKc notes and then go home Bovernm l J n t on the British model 3f.-j-s Kay ssis&rs SSS^JSJSSS^X san& •ASM & -s^l* ""^SS^iS. c n %  ** Pf ~ n 'island', inhabitant* would be repPPrtumty Whe duced into Barbados It was In_, ** -tut the people have, no — — .: —-..?r n.; **:= ,, to read their MH-W-IU-* practice of the pollUcal leader of wui > inii*mi.n which „r,,,.;£T" '.'".'';. '"'H^''"" "!Z Idea, of parliamentary fovwni„ uJ'"oLt"hur'w l hle r h*SS "''^.fmcirVhv.i; IheeiietoJ.^an-"''"!. There are bound to be The lull benefit. "' "• % %  %  "'?? lhclr .'"P"* !" ""'"" !" "adult .ufhen the interest, ol their representative.' "views. • Trade Union are not the lnMaklne slight improvement, on terests of the government and toS? tT.M. t?K iKSi. S P""" 1 W !" <* 'epong Impartiality II impo..lble where StSlv are basil nnls^nU !bi ""' '" "' UWe The th/leader of the political party ental oari'h baabTInstead S nn whote """" mu • "hollahed in power is aUo the chief execu.Jnpiliuolt b.. "W n cmclc 1 """' '>>m"L live of the Union. Under the praent system .,' •, .. „_ The modernising of the political hereby 3 5 per cent of the "*Y "" made ""' "ou repre,dminlrtratlon In Barbados along land', ill etas ail voter, in th. aenUUve on a population a. he , linn will have two imporJn" h ..' S A, iti !" "elJrn "PP""" '" %  "4 !" ba, ls alul ,,,„ ,,,„,... T „, B. r.-.,r,.v will S "ime numli? a? rcriesjnta" 111vlr "' %  r "*cd for report, of the c „ me „„der the political control Tthe""u" of A^SrS, a, * %  * d „" a,M J? ft BL& "' P-rty,with a majority in the M.I per cent of the islands fble durtng the week of delivery lh House of Aswrnbly and the egistered vnlers who live in St "'^ ,MUO J^ Ministerial status has r „i e „f ihe Governor will be Michael the purpose of adult sufl0 .^ 0 ,a c T d „ ., chaneed. I. rt..rJiJi^ Mr, Adams is virtually to-day rjs — o-,— ..._,-„ .,, Barbadot but ~f Barbados I. to have demonL rill ult fr, the the vestrv system the tcpresenta-fc ,lnw ca parliament lives of the parish !" in the llouat'menl which is based Mr. Adai fore adding tn the cminl, siPrime Minlstei ^. lie. of l,*i,l nnrrnment whli h he ""d Ue three other ministers cratle government the powers of Z Iitlou o • mirurtera without any officer the Governor must be .bolUhod can parliamentary governand the Governor will tecomr I rhlch la based on tha Britrepresentative or an ambassador ,f Assembly ouaht to introduce '*" Cabinet system function if the of the Crown. gallon to make the biSSuof mlnljter. have n„ offices and keep Whether those non-llartadtans adult .uffr.ge available to the "o office hour. who foisted the Bushe expen, community. Thi. QueBion need, no uuwerThat 1. the firt tug which mull ing beciuaa u:,i.Sar' adml'mrio^ y u n fo be Ada !" 1."...,"Trim Birbadoa^ll loiic.routcome of the Bushe exntoe2 duly |Q go under y^ n1mP e.lucallonal; and this is what 1 doing same. of ST MICHAEL, th.rejsons ,,1 h.ve lo My on Ihe matter Though first, and very important, the) „, ur „ ar( „„„ v he may be a Journalist with many should be disciplined moruiy. Firstly, as Ml. Talma rightly se.,,.' experience, the writer is Perhaps this may appear to be a „p,r.t,ng this part of the nS uualified in un) reapect tc mammoth ak. but It is iiot |sh wi|| „„„,„,, llo no d „., write on matters educational R*laU"" houl,l be introduced fa|| „, „ h< rh|rt mon „ „ Uci ., not even on the making of aporbiddliig teaehers to appear ucn lh( hotpl , HSSIIM,„i„lment> So much far that. before the public eye unkempt. lhc Roynl ThMl „ te wlH ,„. . indecently claded andln the com„ kcn . nd ,„ mma Rock cy Now. to make a few okaeivapny of rowdy aasemblirs. ^^n „,, 0 ,,, w ,i hdrawn lion, nn Ihe educational set up thai 1 hoped would have been Secondly, their Jobs and remunThe other reason that 1 will state forthcoming l 0,, g ng 0 There are eration should hang (to a large is from the moral sloe and ,,f some senior assistants and other extent! on the nurr'jer or |>ercourse, all Ihe other inhabitant I Is of the leaching tratereentage of "success,." they ( hat were bnrn and i„ in. 1 i, kadaisical die-hards who produce and this should be dona chxlsl Church, will agree with I-..,., il., ycrs v.,ir,i of reform and by a yearly check un or even me After living in a parish like they arc certainly doing their half yearly. This will e iiise snme Chri-sa Church all o.ir live ,sl to make ythecs likeof them to slop counting the we sit down and watch our ,|ewlw This group, Inrough purely minute. Ihey spend In school and lightful parish be lacked on to St .elfish reasons adopted certain give the government a fair return Michael' Of cours". il can'l be, pollUcal parties with the hope of of work for the money they reand I only hope thai Mr I furthering themselves even at ceive. Some have intimated to and Mr Crawford along yy.tli the expense of qualified personnel, rie that the curriculum is over me members of the HOu They welcomed (with a certain laden and call, for much w-c,k Assembly will not let the part of idea uppermost! Ihell removal after school hours from the staff; Christ Church from Rendetvous from beneath the hands of the other. h.ve Informed me that down be Joined lo St. Michael. Clergy ,1c. chicf.y because their any willing person can have the JULIUS CAESAIt SAIL STELLA Sail Shirts are T dfsigncd in Bluf, Crty and Lfion price $1.77 GOLF i mil. IN and see th.line SHOKS with Crepe or Leather Soles In Calf 1.* %  %  11!i* %  i. :i iand Buckle Fastening, our MF.NS GOLF SHOKS will help knock off a stroke a hole! Da Costa & Co., Ltd. JjdA 9(ju/uuf!! U)B can't afgjoJvd io MUM a SJOM S/vaid Codded! (pwdij



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PACE TT\ SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY; OOTOBT.B 5. 1S! y I I The Queen And Her Advisers My J. GVOm £DE. MM, former ikumv Secretary thai the circle from •entourage" la drawn %  wide as the natloa The difficult-, of ( -rpU*rtfl the ng, insisl process o/ putvrnmrnr lies In tht whKh the fact rjir ti depends *u much on in.hall be i tangible rt-taiionch*}M uihtch arr 1 uelf. much ''.OT .asily ],-U than ana* aj (l mallei' ho* sincere may 'ysed. Tfcts is parflealorii, true of ttf h( efforts of Ihe members of "i. Cruu-n. ta court circle to keep themWITH the*, wore, W Ivor JeniK ?S, fVom poUUcal bias. "" hey will, while they came solely "The ; tungs 'ipeiui Ms chapter on Moiurchs" n> hi* book on Mnnsh r % % %  linttea. Everyone wtio bai participate.! in the practice of government it fcha United Kingdom will endors. 1MB, Whatever linulatsune theo rists ma,> attempt to nupoae, prai tilmner* find it difficult to dii cavar eaaetry drawn lines. The teat-books on the relation ship between the Monarch and thMinisters suffer from having t rely on memoirs dealing wit routine a generation or morn ou of datt. The wrKera ran only surmise i to the intangible relationship* ex iHing at present. Yet it is certaii thai th* gener.il public expect that in th* future these relation ships between Queen EUzabet: and her advi IT. shall contln vfcarassj a iMMigh, did not seek his mat was in 1M3. Whei aars latei Casson wa* earning f 10 a week .tabllkhname for himse f :, d IW0 I i IfsstasM he found tiimseir daubin, .utiDagc oftlrei ir the A.r U After that came a .-pell alechitlcal officer with tnc of Tin and Counts Fri Be Proud of Your English An occasion Safeguard*. when refusal U he was up to hi.* eat ...i lite ,„ s.ulh Bank afl-ii-, which wot Westmin-der. which take, ro K .,, u. one thing la already him his kmatitnood The South most of the stx-mlle as uta— lansl „.„„,„!ng to emerge, however, on Hank „ nu W an ,. mut K,n % %  route to and from the Abber f„ronatlon Day there may be .>d In tranquillity. I pennitte. Perhaps It Is fairer to iay 'hit ouc hes of sprightly innovatio-i myaelf a grumble about the Dom the Job Is being done by two ,i„ w ii side streets. But the Corand the Skylon. -You didn' mBrrled couple-!. With Cassoi on „| )on rout* tuelf will dlscreotlv hour to like them. said Cassot s the lending solril Hl rteeien> ( ho the past, with tradition I equably. nvlrtants are Petet Miller 2 1 the keynote. He and his partnei, NeVillarchltact nn^ Miller's wife Shells .q^ p Coronation." says Ca? om, but II has arisen in the Comuniversal suffrage, for all lh .onwralth. ..dvice they tender to the Queen Formerly, another poeslbb ..nd for ail the aeU they do m luxe Of difficulty was the action her name. be taken on Ministerial advice That model forms the %  n part on sideline*, bigger god better sidelines. He UM a salaried post as Reader in Interior I>aeign at the Royal College of Art. key about with the dlgn ol m K lona ^S? fSXlS: 10 vateiy are of the gilt-edged sort Hn flnds time, how I cannot Imagine, for writing, broadcasting and miscellaneous drawing as well. T'leae are things which help payAre you content with the way you speak and write? Vrc you sure that you are m>t making mistakes that cause teople to underrate you? Never lias the importance of effective speech and writing agiri] mure widely recognised iluui today. If you can express 'oUrself persuasively and forcefully, you have an immense idvanta^e in your professional work an well as in social life. _.h things even If you want to My aim Is to be gay. elegant and 'igtithearted without being facetious; dignified -*'thout beinc pompous." Casson ha* been design irking p..rt. ,t least, create and to ncrease the peerage so that thbasil of each of the self-govei oniidenbly Influence the atmosveto of the House of Lords on prosays: "The methods adopted by the royal entourage, and .loquieted In, perhaps unwillingly, by the royal family, tend lo perpetuate thai social stratification which is so inconsisiefit with democracy. The i the maldlstribulM and vote separately and not always in agreement. Their domestic legislation Is by no mean" uniform. ,.g Dominions which make Uf phere in which she lives gresslve legislation might l>e over'he Brltnh Commonwealth ol C>f this small group Jennings, ridden. The amended ParllaNations who wrote, we should remember, ment Act has rendered the conslduuring the Second World Wnr, eratlon of such a contingency unnecessary. The Queen is safeguarded from any controversy which administrative acts might Involve so long as the doctrine of ministerial -ponslbility is honoured. Por Instance, the Queen exercises the Royal prerogative f •1th. and it Is assisted by mercy on the recommendation of the public school system and the lh. Home Secretary. The action sneoness of the educaUonal ladhe takes never satisfies everyone. Osir. If he recommend* clemency. Already the post-war years ,. on dcmnatory letters arrive from 5^^S £££ ^un W h.vr^ B adc^^ STow^lecSa^ ishledj the. power of the moneMml ,„ lv ^"P"**iS£ gre\T rSuJn. Thltt be ence. some of it violently abusive. ))U , o brin th#tr „,„„.,,„. tn if ho fails to make a recommends„ nfnct to ^^ on worm events, tion. To take one actual example. >n Th| s |g the next stage In ahe the case of Ronald Tm TTitionary process, and one of from the ministerial advice was the great tests of the continued voiced In the House or Commons vitality of British democracy will and remained vocal outside for |*i"Tts ability to accomplish it. many years. The flr1 Elizabethan Age m Next Stage .m era of adventure and expanIt would have been deplorable : on. Those some characteristic if the charge—without foundation, must mark the second Ellzaoplnlon—that this man*oethan Age. (World CopyHoht ) phemerallv. mainly for exhlblfor the family car.** a 1827 'ROIL*, Tions, trade fahf and the like and ihe upbringing of the little ,-ver lnee the war At 42 he Is C aavm girls. Carol., (H) ( Nicola -vplcal of architecture'^ fnastra*') and Dinah (). p,\ generation. 'As an firchlSince the war the Casson raenI hsve built practlcaliv nge. ix Including governess, have Jived in a three-storey. 1840-ish Soon after he qualified his hijiiir off Kensington Church father received Cl 500 under street with fetching grey and %  nmebody*s will. Hr ." .he Que, 1. IM of SSf-'J^"Sr. he SlJte. and hor repre5cntatlve m th advice ol Ministers -r'""'"'£ %  ,~'„M vnu llkt 1" ,e do. to. A. UnitN.tlc **** $&tSF £ house and sell It" Casson -o build a house because aifjasM he while paint on its stucco. Al week-ends mother and father do professional work l n ope leg of the I,-ah aped sitting-room where each has an architect's desk, cm* desk Is noticeably nicer than Thousands of men and women re handicapped because they annot speak and write English urrectly. Every day you may be committing mistakes which depreciate -ou in the eyes of others. Are • ou sure of your spelling? For nstance, do you write gusge or isugv, IM-Mr titled or benefited dright or all i-lghl? Do you stumble over pronunciation? For example, can you pronounce aaaatevr. heapMable. Inventory and preb.tr correcUy ? Is your grammar sound I Can vou depend upon your English not "letting you down" ? .11.ml Against Kinbarrauins; Errors There is a method by which you can guard against embarrassing blunders—the method which embodied m the Effective Englil. Course conducted by the Regent Institute. Consider these diitl ive features: All the throughout i i Da M Md by which, rsity of Queen's Mininter-i j the world must be j o find some means while this essential | ppllcatinn is pre",r i,,|v wnv -if h^mlnf a ^ 0 fe 1lSSr*m£\aXt* resj] nrrhlteet is to put ^nrthlng ^^bb,^ a5 0 who >han ai^c mm *•*... A ... and see tary cause of "social stratification.' The highest forms of education are much more accessible. This lact has considerably increased and widened the range of people from whom the Queen can choose those who shall surround the Throne. The nex* few years will ate th< continuation of these change' The inevitability of their con*e quem-3* cannot he do'jbted The Queen should. In the circumstances of this and the cotn'm. i up as soon as you can "ana see n a week of two n>a rtm ^ what goes wrong. move to a nine-roomed house In *" 2£2 m "JZlXZJt'SZ' rM Mek ftl K"'nton, not far is a -funny little_ peelcaboo freelron caaaon's R.C A. W The l-ylroom Job which sttl! stands por^ to I8BO-1900. which. Casson ..ulslde Wliiehwrter It cost l^f,. it gou^ ^ ^ (h( .-asson senior C 1.173 >",. %  beicks-and-inortar fashion, the ,alue and was sold .after three pife^on eariy-Vlctorian houses months' hawking. Father made having, he considers, about spent no profit on the deal. Between 1933 and 1M8 Casson built foui •norc houses of the same type I C 1.500 to £2.000. His ommtsslor on each house was about £90— not much return for six month' ;) srt-time work." To make end meet he cultivated sidelines omtnerrlal drawing, nrchltectural negotiation and treaty, OUrnalbm and what not. WOBIJJ COPYRJOHT He had met Margaret MacRESERVED donald. a girl from South Africa. —L.E.S Snug Ii. Kensington the dssons will have separate work-rooms. Lady Cation has already chosen hers It is something snug at the top of the house Who la to have the favourite desk is to be settled by i) You learn only the thing; you need to know. (b) Everything is explained with the utmost simplicity (c) You are not required t< memorise tedious lists ol rules. V ..to avoid ommon errors and how to pieaa yourself fluently and effecUvely. How to Gain LanguagePower The tuition is planned on stimulating lines. The subjects covered include: %  lew to Increase Your Vocabeiary. Hew to Make Yoar Letters In tereatlng. How to Convene FlueoUy. How to Speak in Public. Everyday Errors In English. Wards Commonly Misspell. Words Frequently Misprenouoeed. How to PBnetiiale Correctly. 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SIMMY, OCTOBER :. 1M SUNDAY Al>WM All I'AC.I I I I \ I S Church Services at. NHHAII i HMiniui M" I" 0l MB Orla.n %  Mam Hal* Cunmmitwi. • 00 %  m Bung % %  %  > and Imtan. Pr**h*r Tlie Dn. Subject RtfuKHIy attend m* at Public Wortfilp % %  d Communion II > m Maun* -1.1 S*rm..n Prvechar: Th* M-v R I Ripper. 90 p m The Children of IB* Pariah. PrantharThe R> H A >e p in Fnttl Ev.niuni. Sermon. Pininlun and TV Drum; 1-teachrr Th* Rv W E Daeh. Sutol-ii Boldne** ii< th* Spoken wllneee Mai OMMN. OM* Ir 11* am Holy Communion and %  Mag ST LEONARD'S (NlRfN % %  Orteaar Oth TRINITY XVII • a m Holy Comjnunlon. 0am Choral Euthiiui 10 10 .. m Hob Bapllam. Ham Matin, and Sermon. 1pm Sunday School 7pm Evmiaal and Sermon MVNB BAY < p m Mr WHITE HA.M.-S K a > rent* iS> T p m Hi (iiu. MF.MI.HIAI. ii l-rrf %  *.. T p it, BANK H w.i | .. l>*le T p in. Hav T MIUGHTSTuWX 1| McCltan M K, imUCTOWN %  lUv w %  %  aaaaidai v h.-. r Tower* B A B D BDA SKLAH awnm •hall i8i. IIRTKPt. i! Holy t-ommui rurly, Hoi. ( 1'AI.KFITH M. I %  llraUm-iltr iirjjtidM |. %  KtW D Scott %  n <. M.-.-,II Rev W r Vivian. T J l\irI" SOUTH DIJtTHICT—• m Rev T J Pnrwr, Bali CaanvnaaMi p.m ftt call—dsr PROVIDENCE—II a m Mr C BO T p m Mr II. L*wla. VArxilAlXII a.m. Mr. J. CUrk. 1 pin Mr Cuiwffi EaWNEZEKII %  in rtovd. B W C Cron n S*tramenl "I lord'* Suppei 1pm Mr N Daniel BEUI.AH 0 a m Hevd W C Croa** Sacramrnl of Loid'. Suppei it t. UUWMlH^llin M, 1pm Mr E Calendar HICKSHam Mr H S-ra.ee..1 i p m Reception Service for Nr. "Men bar. —c r am— | of Lord* Supper All Sunday Schhola at %  p in SPECIAL On Monda, October atn IMA, the Circuit* Special fcifo % %  |o B> held at Sh"*.bur> arill laka th* lomi of a Cultural and MuaKal Fnetlval ovi • htch Mr W A CranfBrd. M C P -.ill prraide There will be a panel of Judrea lo award prur. and ahk-lda in the Competition bet warn Junior and Aduli Croupe fiom the foul fhunhn Mama include SMM. HaciUtiana, Duett Anlhem and nymna Sam — II M am 1 p m S p m A Social In the School room In aid of a Memorial Tablet for the late Mr Yaarwood who war Head teacher and Social Work. | ran MORAVIAN HiiEMl'CK STHfcET 11 a m Momma Service, 'followed by Holy Communion' T p m aTveninf Service tfollowed by Holy C-mmunlon r-***het Rev E. E. Maw UKAIE IIIIX 11 a m Momma Service. Preacher Mr W Haydc. 7pm > tcher: Mr I o>n rULNECK II a ii. Mornln. Service; Preacher Mr C PtancU; 7pm Evenlrt* SerVKa. Preacher Mr O H lw MONTGOMERY. 7pm Even in* B*<> DL'NSCOMBE: Tom *..„ %  .,. a... Hce. Preacher I SHOP HIIX Preacher P O. smith lliOII %  Amur CMIBtM Taaer Street K P He-aen — Paalar %  aaday V W am Sunday School %  •Mam. Morning Wonhip 1 30 p m. Etanirlladr Service Maaday; IV pm BapUal Yourur I'ropir Union H.dnc*day 7 M p m Pralae and IVayar Mrelina MM B l-iird rrcanliy returned from the US will apeak Larlen every Tuesday and Thursday al U0 p m lo -Echoce of II. You are cordially invilad lo attend the art Urea of Ihe Eaoll Baplut Church \i.tloi. Wrkunit IIII1VMOII ROCK A( ( Ml K4-M Ham Divine Worahlp M> H A Sealy 3 M p m Sunday Vluol 7 15 p m Holy Communion and Recaption of New Membeo Miniate. He*. E A GUkea •AI-VATfON ARMY BRIDOETOWN CTjOTKAI. II > m. HolineM Meat mg 3pm Company Meeting 7pm Salvation Meeting Captain W Biahop Bftr. Capaam V. II am HoLneaa 7 pm Sal.atton Meetmi Captain 1. DIAMOND CORJ.FW 11 am Ha4iRjaM Mretma i p -u Company Keettnd 7pm Salvation Meeting; I. • Hind. LONG BAY II a m Holm.Meet Ins J p m Company Meeting 7pm Mretliil Captain P Boulne SEA VIEW II i "i Holineaa Meetma 3pm Company Meeting 7 p Salvatli 'II p m Divine Service Rev E Weel Charge riTTS VILXAOE IS 3S Attending (Mr%  Park 7 II p m Divine Sei TAN It i> expected inat all of nu. aaae... bln^. nattered ova. th, ,n.iw. sill 1. thatr beat to attan vantipn HB RADIO NOTE*: Criticism In •CarihiM'anN oicee 1 I >< -l UNI I I RBM Ra. .. rMeeting %  nani N %  til -1 ti HOI * irnuortL ORTHODOX WaXCIIES ROAD II J m Matlna Sermon. 1pm INeciaonS and Vinum. A Alley i T SO p m Tuaaday. Eveningprayer* and addreaa Pnacher Rev 1. BrunnClatie: Ihe (ub)rct will M; "St Paul'* flrat Mlaatonary Journey Tnla U Ua* fifth In the Serlea 4 The Ufa o( St Paul Acta chapter IS Varaa TNI T JAMBS NATtONAt. %  AFTMT Ham Matin* and Sermon: t p m EVniaoiur and Sermon. Preacher for bolh •rrvice* the Rev J B Grant. L Th Minuter In charfe J. p m M.u.d*>. Wednesday. PrMUy. ti-ning fnr youtha. thl* will be Conaucaa* b> the Rev I. Brme-CUrke lAaelaUM Pnatnri and Mr* Olga tii...itr We aperlally mvlle the HgB* youth tralnlna any nf the evenlpf* dated akwai mi aaafiw, Tudor Bridge Mt II-ttMFM IHIKH f I.OD MVatrt NOAI1 IO 10 Invite* all Oe>a* p m A Se .I ., Te.tWno-iea of Chixlian ScMnc* HealniB >*nd*> o.obar MB. MaS s.kir.i al i. M na Unreality ii*>ij>EN TEXT Job 15 31 Let not him thai U deceived truat In vanity, tar vanity ahall be li> raaoenpanc* Tk* l-Maotal I n>H>i ara tarladed tIB' %  iva thorn an heart W kjMW BBK Ibey ahall return unto nu with thelr whota ru-aii Jorenuah St Ralawre • •< NraHB -Ilk Ka, te IBe —.. %  •-. By Mary Rtaker add) A. tied MlaweM la good anB ta Spirit, goodneaa and •pintnality must b* tmmorul Page 777 LISTENING HOURS BA. OI1URIR y |ot 7 IS pn. MatmM Nt-xi Two Sundays In HM MX) '.' %  %  Sunda; ruiui, i najaillim <>( West l-idian proM inrt pOBtry, liatriiprs will hear coin i thf arorks resd, lommaiila (tvan li.v Iwo wall known Fnlih critic* Whether W*t lndi-t. writer, aarac with these cruicisms which the producer arranges from time tu time Is a moot point, quite often the comments arous*' a storm of protest but they give the hearer '' %  for (nought and do show what English writer*, think of the works in question. On Sunday IU) Insl Ihe protramiiie ill optB with a short story by Seyniotu launder of Barbados %  Btttltd Three's a Crowd' and the concludalaj ""W f Ihe programme will be devoted to comments on the %  tot* given by Aithur Calder V.urshall. On the 12th inst. a wries frf poems. The Fabulous %  sj II 1*1. I H Quart) lb Con In Quren. Para 7pm Dtvlnr Serv.ee Rrv I. R Summers. Mim.ln In haigr BANK HAl-l. 10 Atlendlna Quartarly Convention In Ihe Ste.1 Shed. Quern's Park 7 p m Divine Service Rev M B n Mtnulri In charge ECKSTEIN 10 JO Attending the Strrl Shed RuiMay Half Hoi From the Bible. SRinr. a 44 p m Interlude: 7 | It. %  %  NatM • 4 OB p m Th* N*wt a 10 ,. ... Th* l.ily Service, III pm Welcome ta ItilUln. a B p m. Harold Smart 5*0 %  aarr Choir*. Iltpm Waiah Mlwilany. SIS pm Marching and w.it.m, a ** ,, „> Hpit. R....1..I „,. i J IN"iaiiin>e r. ; Id p m Tl,New. 1 ia pm HnsM Britain 7 15 pm 10 3* f '" II 3*m dBllm. BMBTtI Quern I Park 7 15 p m Divina p 11 .tn Mini* COX l^'AI) 10 30 Quart*rly Cirnvmlion Par i Ihe Steel Shed: Service R*v r in Chars* in AttrTulltH Ine lh t Slrrl Shed. 7 IS p m Caribbean Voice*; 1 # p Sundav Srrvi.,a it ,, m K-di.. MW reel. S SO p in Chopin, g 45 p Haloin Hanentafi; l p.m 1 Royal Philharmonic Orchratia, 10 p.m The New.. 10 10 p m Prom EMiloriala, I* II p m London PUru Muaic MagalU IIS p tn Book, to Bead and Ihr Ail* I B p m Charlaa Vllhe*. SUnf.^d. 015 P m Radio Newwranl. 0 30 p m Chopin. 0 4.S pm. European Burvry. S OS p m Tlulleeponalbililta* of llroadc eating. 0 4) |. m Th* Billy Mavrrl HXMhm rn armlile 10 SB p m The Nrwa. 10 10 p m From ii* Edito.i.l.. 10 IS p Bt RwrM 10 >0 P " Isancr „ *• p m Tales Irani th* bUndl %  ..1 1^ie;ni f0tl comments II ihcn hj Hy ruller. These broadcasts last for half un hour and begin at 1.15 pjn. They are beamed la ug In tha 1ft and bands. 11 75 and .Vi men-Oi The Rewponsibilitv O. Ilro.ult .I-IIML s lt iTHHaaii n The Times after faghl Dlrector-tieiier.il of the S M two hrihHtk'-i.! In r .iii mil al ... : %  specially record*^ %  : Bristol m IU) 1!M8 Illf .heme is 'The Respons,' Broadcasting' and tlu:< taik^. the ibsi rlaalint with the ie^.rL-it>ilitH's Wiihui .i Notion or CommuBity 1 and Ins 'lefrtnfaajH Nations and Communities." They will I Mondais at 9.00 p D %  5.1ft p.m. Iteginnin.: on i • The Shelland Bw In the QOmtni SnMh HM BBC will bro.nl> Of B Ihrllhnk' book of thl This UIM II il*ha LttesUand Bw by l.t. Cmdr. Iiavid llowatth (• %  Hint: oi %  i huh i .rn raflularl) i-'tf..i ilv Islands ^nd Oenipliil Norway between l'M\) and 1945. The >ervlee was so well orfH the Norwegians tli.-n.-.. !-.. of 'l.ikniK the SI-..-|.iiid B ; r urn tlii'i OWn eountiy The hioadcart reconstructs one of Wie most dangertlshing IB %  %  'eated '.he %  %  a quarter of a Iraops m Norway. Tl v.ay S2 times and won five decorations from Britain %  M and bar. Uaa The BBC broadcast will be at 9.00 p.m on Wedneo Utl -re at 7.45 1 ktay iot|, and Mth i">t i oaard on MoaI 18 pm FVllkM Band At Queea'a Park Tinnwntnly Bundaj win tain : i • • |.m tinii. i Uidetl on the DRn •Watrhe MSC* lions ftow BlBUnW'g Oratorio i nt-. I RUI IT1XION apccUUy ar' t Ai.h.r. ttb %  i of the Police Band. ""'.'t.NI rha Manli ol tl. HI the Robin Haod MM Prnden* Hi IU"-.. I I %  3i Suite Overture. Alia %  •• HaasaMo Rogues Of The Sea trwOR Pair 9 the board.' i aftet feat 'tip position a pirates I a quick < 4 to be %  .mead %  nd Mary Read d that they were M eve:ituully neither Oi men\ waff JU Aiuie %  :: %  %  -. *J 'bul if vou had fi'Uisht like %  man. you need IWt lian asd like a dog.* ... loved, for the r. -MII wag hanged %  Point. Port Ui rlghl of hi Inlrart. Daman %  ilia Ska motive huh red anca a The ra— mainder I* of a %  '*'• MM th,. tM* with Ihe l.i. Amen" Wagner IMH thla U> i-'tnida it furt*. Snal*. linn iv • nu .. %  i i •. 5i****0************ **:** #********* * * ->f ******** t* * tttttfitti \ ii Announcing the Opening, on TUESDAY OCTOBER 7th. of THE WINDSOR *4 si PHARMACY" COLONNADE? Bl/ILDING, BROAD ST. Telephone 2292 Providing the finest range of Toiletries in town Dispensing the Purest of Drugs "THE WINDSOR PHARMACY" OFFERS ONLY THE BEST-TO YOU! 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PAGF TWHUI. -I NDAV ADVOCATE si'NDAV IM !• •mi; uiu.ait>\ ** %  Lectures On A/YZ> a 1 ILL MORE ERRORS %  %  "-'"3 I Mural l^partrrsseu e. I *a, this bee*.. this Mw iippoiiitmri.i 1.1.1 MVf lags* I usao lb. tmimtrt ... tlUOOat .ee. I say uns Decausc w ITi*tnown| tax* u inc ir^i-sor. ,.HI ••; ,d:"rSL 1 a^S5ift Restt*cialit) tnrn ,,, •_-_, ..1 to discuM thu new aupothtmrni HUM Have legt I ..sao in. un u n eeo made or %  %  '( %  •" a*"" fiom UM st ; %  ""' '" School Mud . TWi would ha* hip <>f tinBt edUCfTtMn in Barbados. A: L prophesy now that unless somil public en< I future many Barbo "1 •I the f- %  1 in the "West lndV* •en. which nro, pro ratio ei popvJ (1 %  djfleoHy tUiif on of the appo M. D. Weslofi. H.S. %  oi the Bernei oil. I knew o( Ita pc %  "' %  Ppoartnieoi f aaoilsi if 1 he ("nil imp 1 1 m %  n %  the I I oring .-.ins bad taker, thfl U %  ,: ill liiehmon i;iri came up indard This ..: %  %  ; thul hi such .1 policy pr he m'ende it or not tt hi ember 16. hound to reduce n .Btld BJ %  gainst Lh. % %  -! h;i ttUes it ecmi t %  %  *"i"f aimi teacher* in ln s to mi. , (if course 011 some future oceau „ 1, 5ion. and If I .'in not side traeKM %  more •rrors of this kind. sii..kapeare-* Stage COfDOd) "f I KINK John i lubu Caesar. Al You Lfl %  I 1 II.. a. Macbeth. 9. Anthon. and Cleopatra. 10. The Winter*-. Tale. The first, on Shalt* ny nvini vrron^ oi inn. " %  • %  The first. i.s he posatbty can ll a*ga*ataa 'his clamour foi st if %  >s given on Mondaj ruibl I teachers, what it is cos* embci at Wakouand (hi terms of anxftfrU tl> an ,.,i,our*gingl> large •he fallaej of the preaUil .. if the lecturer 1 larrison (''>Ueiutiiul miidc on •*"* method. w nl over more <>i lets fammm I .,,,11 .ngrc,. Mn to lr_i, B ,„„ nd ,. ,,,. t method. I shall digress here to give t alBgk There Is or* %  that the Directsperialirt '< lieimeio U tick to his gun% antm t t>U'*U. %  r,Jn UiU cast I am eeaturing M *m wrtaus when-1 writ-this M". causo It would 1 *• to Bnd i",r %  3 !" Ihaaa rig thinf 10 do an 1 xpert discourse on you ravourttc literary period. tg r r> Bapoaiu>>| Mid.rManding %  <( *hirh is essential to lh ment and erIUciarn <.f Hie plaj %  .ited by a fllm-i Iflp a famous drawing, lit then went on to a discus*ii>n "t I numboi •' intereatlng question.indlaaolj lebntable. Are producer* wroru; Shakeapeara'i plays? U Han .%  ut In Srhakesid thjt there ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial COUGHS COLDS THERE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE 1 CQLLEQE can help y*>t to success through personal postal tuition Person..' Potl lu.u.-i I I *rc oflcied lh' .ant chani pav nJ *> *t Wr. DM S • %  •••> SnatkNi-jMa* tlKll^X >.|'.I IWIftlW l KlSMH lcl' % % % %  ( I.[i-*tB: Or*n r|. •( rrtH ? %  Sf*ff Q^M-I, l.|-*T.r<4 NM*(|ia**na| • %  •' %  • ..i iaui W %  .1..-1 lailaw-t '"' %  'I'M lic*-myii< T|lll WirlMH IMW'M-I ••• M>MCt.t irHtMiawiTBtiitt.rawi ias).ai'"'itP!asi"0 • io<-w ohmurii I o rawe/no* I Hi %  a>a>oaga;aaaaaaoaoa ) eaooo'>oa.a>ao of 1 j-uch sciunu-e. tho plnv %  lion of En'iulry. J E. B Lumbvr Cleared From Wharf Follow iijj the uiuomlrmed reKi. 0 about possible ban DM week'' '. %  I notified „'.' lutabea deaden who had lumber lylog on the wharl ( I ter bo-ui to haVI il quickly as possible. work t>> pa Irrk' Of lh* yaMst helped to clear th,afnorf iCreat dwd. Some <>f the lumi< 1 lying there but t b OXpl this will be removed early ni ivoefc Up to the present there has been ,. the Hai bOUT M ilut possible Iwd weather, bill burrieane warnlnas art ' HUB And Bicycle Collide THL WEATHER REPORT 11 11 i.i) \\ Raaalail fraaa t "iiimuui nil. loljl Kjlnlall for month Ui dale : .i In. l.iuprraiurr 10.5 I. Wind Velocllv : I miles per hour n. I.I i a.sn.1 1 it.Wi ill *.m.) : 2H.M58. 10-DAV gavriM : 5.49 a.m. Sun*el I fi.OO p in Moon 1 Laot Quarter. October 10. I.IK ll ting i ti.lM) p.m. Illlh TMe l 4.49 a.m.. 441 P.m. i.ow ride i:<> um. tl U p.m. Waterfront Busy unities was raised and by Illustration Mr. Douglas-Smith pouod Out tli.il not 0T1I;. w;is Shakespeafe nol the pioneer of this revolution but was hlrr.*elf not nldalnful "f the unittoi H %  am i.' think. Nor hgVO thit unities been banished forevar; for a modern fxT1IK w.itcrfrdpt bustled with ample of iincompromi.'.inif adaji-r| activity yesterday. The schooners enop to tnis principle \i I niHitliy 11. VansMytssian and found In B C. SheruTs ''Journay'i' /.iU VYoait* which arrived "1 port ftid". ti ^ I on Hiursday und Friday nights It was LntoreaUng lo hear (Hot 1 ly, were unloading then Hamlet was acted at sea by EB, ca. goes of copra aim ch.. ethan sea-dogs not six month this involved the assistance of after it appeared in U>ndon. local dealers In this commodity The lectures arc on successive together with that of the cTcwV Monday nirghts, exrlnding the Another arrival was the schooner bank holiday, and the fee for the Marlon Belle Wolfe r irso \< 84 cents fin Association car go. 'TS and $1.00 for non-mam-^ Launches and their crews had a I 1 in 11 uon.x PIPES -if. We have u limited <|Uunlily of • BI-ST QUALITY KNCU.1S1I GALVANISED PIPE SJPECiAM. CASH OI I lit GALVANIZED PIPE SUITABLE FOH WATF.R OR GAS in *?", V. 1". 1' t". I 1 -.-". -' und I Diameter L-d b, busy day. Thi> Ihe arrival of the ships Golflto and the new Saguenay Terminals ^teamer Kuoadrle which brought .lid general cargo to the island. Many relatives and friends of Har-ld Br< St. I'hibp. 1 12.1 "i p.n r-old '.choolbe r Stroud Land an ... ,, StA AND A1K iftAfnc Police Officer Inlrannil wrrTlt Ihc B OUl 8.' Ward,.,,,., -^ ul ''' f '^' TOnM :'' ??''' For C .'. PLANTATIONS Ltd. 1 1 1" .. 1 2" 2' %  |l M 3" -.• 1 4" 1 BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., lid. (THK BOtTSE FOR BARGAINS) No. lb. Swan Street / Ftione 21119. 1406, 3534 ti IN < \RI.ISI.r: 11AV 1. „ ,, PU|B i. ..iu.%  o cident mi Magazine Lane. Clt>. with the raotoi b i M-761 while he wo* riding bda father*! Wcyci Brow wu*. . L 1. 1 11 Vr rtoa uriw *I>II. II III.I lllVCltl } of the proceeding White Partt. the bicycle not hurt. At fgM | Hsh ci.iini tin' Irns %  %  . %  Uwart sii cran TIlO PrtM fi-n. I.IIAKTUM; dcoma Uicir rSpMUn l-"'ived her, ypMarOy by Ola, vha in.ludni Ihu Wat llGIBU Iron, tl.Kl.nd Inlraniil 0:1 ilit crlekelon. ,.it.t HH LoRBnlp MB w.y hack home. Ho hud ;itIho tMatop, IM Hight Ur. U I.. (.;. "; % % % %  %  Coui M it.-ll-Vllit. „ 9^ ta*t worn out. drprsia. Of n down %  (l*i or two • Oay of Win* will quickly restore Ml %  up (he whole nervoui tyitam. Giving n viullir it 'oriifie* *ou againii taeer and eshsuition and ntn>an u>a> fu* *Uii—IM 7<>u las* % %  altiaciiw trun?^ — %  %  %  — la iwiu •" jBwft!Hr., iV..i r. *. K *ho*rit*> .ithlnf, barolni anl uoaii'r 11 MSM. TTla-l aftvlblti. A %  NmaSfiin. II alopprd uir ...;.... uiinulea. 1 eoulS wat. iyrlai'i< .' eooo4>*aa**a•**a ' * >4n aa.r-4 • diarawd. A New Discovery N,.„4l If .It 0:'",-l'.l. bU dld.t.l .1:1 osulaieea l"U hair nrr mi > ,„M and i. !" ,,,,. I feaU alrnoH li.a poadrr whan m .'., t ( iiiii. n.ioiiip no'" u tti auM to *u .' %  ,
%  • ** 1,1 ii nii it.n liouMn In lliaaa S wafi. I> !" BBII in ma UHIIIIH-. ".-Mi and killi Ilia mtrrobea ar P.ra% %  ler fkin omonnn itinai i>aiuitia_BiHl IIMII.T BUCKFAST TttXir WINE ..... nkllttr -al Ilia „ il ,-l. .,..|h Works Fast IhCftu'a Huaocm .. WSsaMgcoUa lo paM -kin inaibla.. Sotlsfoctlon Guoronfoo>d Nlaadam %  a 1 '.on a ill ba aai*-l al Jj*.f rf. 1 > V* 1 :; last liaap am *i-f lO—daria (n oaa <"n and al ilw aad of rial tiair It tia> 1ah. ckai. oioovr ._ iaaenllcan aitrarurrV.' Ktrd Pi -I... UaM aitl i-.-"..%  nirad wliarevar T fa. of ran •! Mm the *mpt pa-kfe ad rei: m b* rafundad in uil n. Nn rsol CMioiil lodar. Tha cuarema* pioi%  Doctors Hrove A Lovelier Complexien in 14 Days /Q mm For a Brighter. Fresher ^, \ .' ,." '^ 1 Complexion, use Palmolive 11I ^>' / '*"^*S{Soap as Doctors Advised "' leading ikin pes and retara juurne.vs I.IHSI be <-ompli-ii-' by II.. .nil..-r 15th. Consult veur travel aSaat, or rail B.W.I.A.,



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SUNDAY, Ot TORI R :>. 19:.' SINDAY ADVOCATE pxr.i TIIII: 11 i N HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON %  WLTI — %  ••a*:-1 1 1 $ rjp >> /jur-^OCT. Ww H.INT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES STOCKS A*£ MXHAUSTaO^g^ 4AC '^ ^HffVW WOT AE^L EWSMED OU* cuSTOMens win QO £LSetVHEHE. f DAIL\ EX pR ^**^" ^/tioooo WIU3B HAUL £V^ \ V %  : %  % %  •-^ %  sMB LlSTEfV CftLOC, *A ^O^JOtH Ti -ASiATCST4fl >JtSO CA**'BD -a LeOtTtAAJXTE co*/m*anA*c*jT B*O*JGHT /A/ t*VCW" GOvemNK*£M-r L/cervCE.. MOST o^ rr V7iA. OO TO TUB • . Vt 0*UO COMMNY. DOES THAT HEL* US rv E K M. S*A*Jur*CTi->mE --ev -*1ff EMZA&ep ON I j *VW/CA* MEANS ( |SH'/*"T SK4G* irmobOH T>JE |Cfsro.vs CM I BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON fa BY DAN BARRY k ; 'so .vc HAVE BMN* 1 1F0HMED WIN KM IOU SHOT THAT wff *.&o cxr WCNSTM IpR >OJ P C^MST JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS "SATURDAY MQHT WA<5 T^i I wOtTST WGMT IN THE WEE..' roa T* CAftftCAws'KO*tiec EAT,^.; p*N>n J UATED WTBP-TOO EVEffV TIM6 TMB PffifJOPAL C* T"6 SCKXX. OOT uP TO SPEA* #T A MEETH3 -A SAO-'NOW K COCLU60i'E>Eff> -J6w Tiv COULP AJHPCOff AT !" ; CUNWY oToa_e AAVB M30J A***tL AMD AN f ECC (XRl^TMAe MOTOLO MM1Q 00 OUT AMp PkAV iN T* W^OCS-*D'AMP * US-v %  *n> l &CW fc*>/ED WTO Twg NEO0OPMOOD -ITW6. EVCOveoOv 6 gU6g6 TO SEE ***T KJO OC *OJSEKUCM6MW06 TV*Y MAD-'-J r-P "':'/•"' RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND TH F PHA NTOM B Y LEE FALK ft RAY MOO RES JWAM ^cGiUv to Ihfi in. Gordons Stands Sup'cAtHJL %  nv .iv t > yw'our i i i-.tni.tl I--.iiiiidjiMii'. from TUPMU* llh U> ThurA*\ mh b*(wren .3I A.m. and 3 30 p.m. at Ihr our B*ul> Problrma. COLLINS LTD. § SAVE a MI: AXO THOiJBLE COME STRAIGHT T<> YOl'R JKWEI.LE.IS LOUIS L. BAVLEV Where you will And • Urg* MteOt&OD ol GIFTS liUt THE Wife in E.P.N.S.. Sli-rlini; Silvrr. (ry~lnl. mill ( liina THESE ARE Al.l. OK COOI; gl'AI.'TV AND ARE REASONABLY PRICED • iimr lull mid Mllki* Ylllir (*ll< LOUIS L. BAYLEY !,MVWAW*M*t*TOWV,i GUINNESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH W&y • %  C. F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) Ltd. P.O. BOX 304 BARBADOS



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•U.I FOIT.TF.EN SUNDAY ADVOCATE .1 snu .M rOBI R CLASSIFIED ADS. I-I III 14 SAIIS TflFPHONl 210. I'll I > il-.i *. IBM MII-ToN His a* ,,f Hughcndcn I place at • %  : %  m Hond.t and then d family THANKS loaiined %  Joseph Gnfflth *h m biUi, Ctai r.er.i Batven H'.lr.d vraisorii > nee ikMoak thi I.I i hank all .in illcard. i by uu %  Km neti 9 M,BHIW If ilolph. Horace 'bmtlni.IrM Ma none. Una. Frauleit. taleier*, ft ISM-In itAlToVl Mi Victor W.lcolt -n tomll) be a I thank JU IhMT i" %  • who attended Ui funeral, .ent wreaths fid> litierI V any ulhsr wat i -eeenl MWVMM* vraiiontd bv the death of oudea .i,M i rual.r heartM.., %  ... IM lade. That IM Drain hamade .1 i heartw To dwell i die. I i'... ii Wltli CflllO la(•a.nUiriM b> Mir* rei IH.i.l. M CARUM III AIM .•ndilion Owner dr nloimallon dial 3S3B A Til. perls-( J 10 it J. CHRYSLER ROYAL IMS MODEL CAH. food lyre* and a bargain al BW0BO ?ourleay Oarage. Dial 441* IM .in application la Mi M.il.-r .. 1 ..t 1)11' ofli. : Mh October. IKS al I p'm I lit at KAROO TRUCK One -11 ISM Fm.. reach Maehnnieellv found al (enetally food. Engine recently mn taulcd. Courtesy Garastc Dial 4Sla 10 i3 %  TRUCK, llnr IS4T Chevrolet Trot l • SB in AuM londltlon On* 1*. ..id c-r F> aApply I.I O Clark* Nder. Hill, Bl •"hilip or t> BolOe. 'ward iid* Road LAND 4 kitchen gaid.n t. .alrr In-tailed. l|. %  tact C Hai belt. •q. (rat at with li ft % %  the land can ! %  pur\ C a Advocali ft 10 u In. IA'.H • iT'n' NBVia .SB .1. im*e*W I'l.mU flock* tcjllla. si. rev . ID .i sXBCTBICAL mi. • n C Von Rall-ril> r.rR*a*..i %  Inapactkm oil app.tcatio; AltTION O 10th If % %  % %  I %  it >p.,.. %  BI ; H IM n*OOD UJOJ .,„d |144 >quar* frr-t n %  %  %  %  •in to h.-. mnatM* aaa ri>ndltiii ..i „.. li AHCHBt Hi KTNZIZ n..i : victoriStrwt •trrrt ft ID -4Mi NOTICE 1 BarbaMlaa Talaphono Snaraa IS Waat basis Mat i W lUrbadm Bhippina A TradlM 0s~ %  BM 1 %  I •ham wll b* aa>| :i< l..r .ala at Public Auction on Fltday. /.c till <>ct..brr. IHt al 1 p m at :-irii.ion A Soaly, Luc. Straot RndVatown 1 10 II 4n" JN0ER THE IVORY HAMMER VINC'TNT (iHIFFITH. I si alKlMc-i 1 Thr liouta and lt apr I P.EFIUCrRATOR— -|*i*tcoldV, CII ] Rvfrlicralor Nina monlha old Pa ct aro.ki.ii order Onar four yaarlatiUod 8tir,ca*Mo*l--ti' %  will 4 10 MJi %  Say. Hh Qn laaar hHJ. %  *BARWU<>:> A|DOV('£ •rlIvory Phonr I FOH RENT \g£ HOUSES A.l.br ....— l. JM-. A wM) ba.Il hou II.' rrvrr bmm ortupir-l LIVESTOCK A-*APT*IFNr l'pUlt at "CaiiHt* Ith ivi v to -n aoprowdt.nani Oaa and ElaettclH inataiii I* _"*' tkruU" l.V'v I., Mn P II „ v '*"rt" frtrpnon* 3US. • ."._ TABW PI AHTATIOS mUaS-dM ,v •it.iatod APUlt O |lil>.n.f Ml Standlaat. Rt Jatnaao, N t H—oandt. Ciab Hill. St l-w> MF.CHANICA1. AIH COalPHatSaORB lor oporatlon lr.tr %  wrL.ka-.tS ol Ti-tlai JUlly atlacbr ,oS iiid-laa lyraa In quark-yanc Court" iirofc Dial *i. J 10 ftS—Sn UrNDAI I nsraTi Avnu> — atoitstiri: on pproxii : %  an It %  aliar\. drawins. md MOSM. larsv K Aowot .. and an.ii'r . W*J fruit ti** %  U B. U—4n. ' Tbc iiniirii.iiiiii will i ffofnr tala by om. No IT. ir ISS). I Kniaa k' .i*n al-BASUJAI.FlVttUndlna o-i I Acra*. 13 %  I BorbaiaM I RH •|ir\TIU.FV root imii 'i Plione tft* luc Wilrii Tatrar. •8ft OS par montb i is as it. UAIiAOE at "Manindan .i ... Rtna3*0 m >PI' 1-" loutr ol Baauty. Ilantlnca llaMinS'i ;i larsa ri ... II.AtAJUCUl TII'AI F.WUU'MI %  i <_l.jd.nal Craaa mowart. rollactor. n-HB-H< M.-IUII II ud ditlilbutni". and loadcri Fcrtllm .1.. Ulbutoin. Hari.iot uloimh. and aaven nthar Haana of inUiaal Courtaay Oarag. 441111 a l %  tii. niCYCUTS llwrnla. and otb.r .. .. children and adult* Rl'ECIAI. AhH j'HICBal Courlaar Oaraa;.. MASirl Ml A''-' i on ar* I.I,. %  .aa bathiu.1 hat m ruUf fuliMoncd n in,*' Thraa l.cli K Oai ... itrt %  i mi Pth ...-> as a aut. bw uu i I TONB\-fIU>FT in ?U F.ni.i-hl includlnj •<" and mijUla i I nalhu.S Dial B13J %  : %  ',':; ....^WINTFItFI> I' %  %  '" dia*ihfl nnd dm>S ,n / %  u modam rorivmu The Housewife's Alphabet W uik becomes pla 'ii II >ou tmv. RATCBAL oXs IN VOI'R KITt'HFN cost IKU. -MI .si -i mi ikflNU An Couraa Hot award of Dlplg I A.-ocutc or Fallow) wll .uu (or imi.fr atal u Irrritina •paicinnc POSTAL *iih aapart tulora. OUAHANTE Ct>lHsrs in Eneli-h. Comn>*icial a LAW tubJect*, london Chambar Coinmcrcc v*. Inalltuta ol Com fta BT .B. Elc I'or FREE ROOKUTl WHITE Now I., the laadlna III4.II la ( 1 SCHOOL OF 1 ,i,l and there la olao a WaUrmill. m a wa-ahana. : !" Irajnift on g***? !" '*" Ub* on ibc „,.., ,M-. 1 %  '"'r 11 ? B,,M For lurlhcr parti,,il.r. aid cur. i ( I %  SB sa-sn L'XUER THE SILVER HAMMER i Tlmraday. Bth OM by order pf M.. Gordon Yoarwood, w* will aaU> l-T Ifouac upprilntmcnU at "Plaaaan Da...11. H.-d. which rludn Fjtr.i"i.i Dlni.i* Tahl. Uprlfhl 1 'ii-. .n> nice Waawon. I I JUIIrf and cuahkaM.. Rocbata. Oala-Lcg; Tea Table i dim Card Tabu-. R c A -id China. Crtatal Bowl. I Tao %  *.,„...,. palnlatM an. Pirtmc*. Rraaa JatalLni'rrRowU Ac Aiawitoa Clock Varandnh ChalFBi Sm no-i BinskBadataada and Sprlnsa Daap Saasp and Fibre Mattrmarv Mir lorad Praaa. Burani Badnda Table Prla-DN-ii etui, in M.."*..-. ftinfa Sawtnf Mactiuii ll.iner I frfrctioi Kline. Cooleteloi 7im Top Table. Kil.h.i. Ulena.li. Scalea. Gardai l-n*h CaraanUr* Toola Booba. t'.n i • •' .4 other iicmi s r II 30 o-c'nea Tern.. Caah I.I; \M.I I: I IMII M W .ft CO., \i_. li.i-irrr* 5 10 11an I NDER THE SILVER HAMMER .1 I IN ui IilBFS U IMI.IK HfcLP CLErUt Clerk lor u* Warkakop layiianciiciiic aalary SS* 0* pec month •etwee" the hour. "H-lp to C lark Dowdi Lad Ecb-em BALVRMrN OR nAlXEWOfdXN t u ,.i Cap* ler U O M Blurt and Catineib tarl'icy. Lowei Bay flu—t Apao now CANE CARTS Imported alUStaol I %  heel Draianed rapacuHy lor hMkl < aitlona Cotirteay --. li II >!*• -I lu a> Sn MACHINE One TreaflW Hiii*. i md Mn.hii.f Apply Milone Cl HI I Road, Bank Halt. Hi Vt OLIVETTI M 441 Typewrini. A"H ible from Stock In varlou* aainai -. Idafollow*:II" — SMOSS Ift" — HS300 II" — tJjsoo Enqulrle. to R. P. Uuaaaal, Son Co 1 i \UE Htiuau at. %  Wall aim Wo Ihrat bealIKIOII twtHi 'III-I a-Hlaat. I) Baal B..lh. ruruiina (ai iiiiiii.irli.iiit ii_it(t.; on approii acre* Und. Aapay any Aw ieae>|M %  C 1'i.itoiii as-s.a*-an TU: DOWU owalln, %  • %  %  ,. % %  altuate al Th> %  taSlnai an T.444 aauar* la I ..iilah. two two bedroom., u.ual con ili'heii Ac. aaraa. i....m-, and . aland laapettum .. apt t HI Clan HUMS Dial 3I2S. TB4pr.ip.itv w|| by puhlir niir ofrlcv. JarueSlii*l. sMSn*lWB, on FrkJa, imii OcUb* IBM, %  %  %  %  ..on %  RO*-' OBDAB n Aariita. AL and Mi l %  ah La. ItK WKI K I.I I ,.!,],1 ..'..I. on Rooma. IT Hmh SI. Mr Leonard Kniaht Ha\ne. Baal CMftaar*, li.i AX1 E THAILEIW-WlthoU Hit in haul lo the front. BSn %  Tractor IJS0. other InMatrl i E) l i|ni....iiii|t W..ibl'i % %  %  ao.B.ftl tin M-HAVIS(. EyuiFMrrrr -Tra. Iterated (or applylnf wee.1 klilna. rctlcmra nnd luiullcldr* Court iarau. Dial 4BIS I 10 IS rltACToKli %  i:v HAHHIS Pneumatic S II VI1ARS — II VKARS S I Mini K l^Y \ 1 MUM i; DAY III' Thr Workers' Ds ill bfl rclebratwl with 1 ii.iii.il..Worker* tolon UU Bailuiii l..11..,m prl 111 fliUiln-t. I (] .nk-h.ili(Ju>) At Q1 I INS PARK o.r-•:..:..linn Bvsnb i liuiud,vill \J The i ii.nn.Bee Show \ Donkey i:.., . O Acrobdtlr Ill-tpUy Pyramid Buildlni ^ Hand llalanelni 0 Mliirlc i iiiiiini Kte. \ Reauly Cunteat t? See in. Crownlns of \ "Mh* Barbados' 1 OORUi Kiiitbali (Ljdien t Spin.vit-p. v*, Married S Women > Crickei M.itt-h — Stevedores I Ughtsjr rneii v; Steel Band I ..nipcliUon \ 1st |*n#e : SZS.OO N Znd Prise : S1.M r 0 Vaudeville and < alvp-o 1 ( ,.%  i.:..... — i .... Shaw7 inn and Mta-NitM J free DANCTNG Free • ',• Worker'. lelebrale Your *; Ds\ I In nut mlaa II • ;. MEMBERS FREE .' Adulh 1/:: trhlldren 6d Gates Opal 1Z Noon 28.8.S2.—4n. rVRGt'HON AND MA* available wllh whirl •i —i, hall-tracba. full many other attachment! ..,Co U „.., i| 0...... "Hi WAt* %  HIKKI I \ M Kit tn. it ii aw i cm RCM ThU well and aubatanauiUy buiM e ho%  floor. Sitting and Dlnlns lOBtne. 3 Ini. nit. d wiin baain* nnd ri.niiu,.. %  iilmard* %  %  i There If a '-..ill In Linen cupboard Ir line paaaaaaway. and a,I the 'ooma arc Iflltcd with %  :.. and the > fitted wllh hood, and ahul On the %  round floor lhaee I* a lam. cellar I fi t.'.h v.nti i-n.nl floor ant ample room for Moraae. laundry ate the ground., and %  areant'B bath am t, net in lb* |Mund Saat i inider-ineiilK.neit w .11 Oil t'N'OEK THE DIAMOND HAMMER .lion. rvielved from tin Satlabetl i bar i'oUcr I wn, aaall %  ell", lakr. F..IK %  i 12 JO or hdhl rut-nHura wttteb I TO YOC No.rmbri a>,.l an.l M-V la Uvi nnwaiili I(..I.I,III aSSJ AY VK A Vimi im. Ht Andrew 5 io aa *, OKDFJfS Btt %  MISCELLANEOUS ANTIUjtKB Of every daeri iiaaa. China, old Jewala. Ane .v*lemiiui* Early booka. Map.. Aul.i lapria eU at Oorrlnge. Antlqua Bhoi Ltjulmnf Royal Yachl Club Sfftl-ll.n I1H1CKS. Lumber. Yard st.ifl ;t. apply abovi uro-Cola Faciiu.. faibudaT Bract i 3S0I after %  •> 4 10 IS %  S i buy. but II 1 d. lansc %  raaantins U n Friday Hi* Iftth dnv t i t p ni laapaclian la rlrphonma BIB) Far fu" IiHsVfir Ihu Iliainond Il-mmrr I have been aMSTMSlSa b. B'doa Asenim Ltd i" a.li hv pubiie auction al \' H aim Taxi Cab Co Bay Street on Friday loth Oct at 1 n'clock the foil ,wln III n-w Guv motor truck with a lot of .',.. r. p..it> vei. fciuU for the roanlnS trop III Citroen car. Hi KaUer car. i .d* car*. Hi Pilot radloa %  s A il lube*i. Ui caaea Roidrau* wind. pMUaa, iJS> IS5-400 Michelln • . 1S5 * Michelln lubea ti.leiealecl partlea ran nopect the above nv n.. r..enl Sundav on application to the Bdna Tin Cab Co H APi Y A SCOTT. 1*1 III.la %l 14 *-> COTTIJ;. CATl-iL.ii A I. I M S M in roil s\ i MISCELLANEOUS i I it,nlitv %  Shoe Same. %  Hull A SV>ii 3 IS M .in I fl a all. i.'i'.nlel, w.i" bat ami chain. I i %  i %  stipsi'iLaent iw t.i Ihe Halt. Talaarapb. l.nliiJi laadUag Dally Newepapar no•rrl.lng In Baibadoa by Air onle a tew .i ler publication in tendon Contact I... Ual* co AdeacaM -%  •* %  live. Tri ai 11 | I ( B SEA VIEW GUEST SOUSE HASTINGS. BARBADOS Dally and U>ntferm Hate* quoted r-i requedl. Permanent l.uaaU welccSBe. Dinner and I'oekUil Parties .rranaedl J. H. BUCKLAND ProprMitor. its the Auvni;\n: Fur i.mm iiiiiihs NOTICE I II Ol MO I OUrtMCN ACT, iale I i ..i NHN1 ii" HF.ltFHY OIVEN lhat ((.. a* Ihe lnp.n, -HI be i,11 d day of October 1*51 ,. .,f Orloher Itsa |...IM (iiiH... ni of Daraaftsn C K COKBIN. %  asnisn NOTICE etni-H ni i I0WVS1 ii II ITIONS i... %  • vocanl FrUer te) .ed by the in. in.d not later than Belinda., ih. .t. ,.( October INI he Widow, iwhlte. ,'t.ilenrd elreiim KINO. li %  Veitry. 4 1U JI I i. A T S) .,.-. NOTICE OLD HAUMINONIAN SOCIETY „.. ... Open Day at H C atJ .iL.I li".SB 1'huia.lay. Ovtabci M u... c.kei match 13 at Tad eetaua a a to T p m A u he ..itrndins e a.kcd v by Monday ISU< c.rrrEN'* ri Smrelai. -as B at—an Ma I.O.VI A FI'ND LOST ,-,-.-,•,-,--•.-,-.-.-.A SACIED ORWal under Hie aalSSi MK Di.l I Ht -III will be held al SOCIETY CHAPEL ST JOHN vl M.M lilt <" inni • i PROGRAMME t tl %  I -^*e****'e*,*e*-*eV>',*e'e*e'e*e'e'**^^ FOH SALE — AT — Graeme Hall Terrace UesuiaxH-e containing 3 bedlargB living room, uoliery. vants' rooms. Approx. .Mable into two flats. i rt %  .: i Log to the Colony BMl will 113.800. We consider this to be a |lva away tlgure with the land value alone being worth over 1:1.000. JOHN EM. III.ADON A (O. Timor MM Plantations Building 'r<*p ihls dale (iptf'i fur the ANNUAL LEEWARD BALL ii thr 1TH NOVF.Mnrjl %  I PARADISE BEACH (I.I'll /I rid u-alch ihli ipacf. TICKETS SI.OS REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS NEW BI NC.ALOW Known a* No 10. Blue Water*. and etandlns on approvimataly H.uBO aqunre laet ol land. con>Sllaaal three bed/o.im.. one with dretainf-roam and toilet and beta aliiched. combinatioii di-wln* and i,Him. acpa'.ite l.illet aiul b..th. modem kitchen, two aarvanta -V.11 I. II I II i piUira three bed'oom.. lare Lvins foom. dlnlns room, "wo i. iand bathone with tub lN.il. and hat and cold water, gallery Downitalra: three .pare i kitchen and ehowrr room, alandlns on approaln,..'. an ol band -.i-. H ll > Fssoa '" : Gabbea Beech Thla prepertv ha. beei, eatenaivrly tenovaled by lb* prearnt owner, and can be had for a very reaaonable price In*pt tlan by appolnlmcnl only niNdAl.ow l„.iH-n .ipbuarda na wei t..i.l*i. Thla proper t. l>..p..iai lealdentliil an iitiiii i.ii'V tin" bedroo iiuung weter. catnbtnatli a and dlnln room*. %  t-WOALOW Kluale In Rock lev New Road nmnndlng nuirnce>t %  •'" CohT Cu-i* .inooatriictetl to L.^eri, Bit. I.. nd ball. |i..„...tali.; Ben ant. i toilet and bath, i.nese %  UllUWll' tl. The pr^>i"I. al -nd. or. appro* lnialrl> If.aail w %  %  of land Bl SO ALOW Situate al Graeme H 1 Ten ace peel .'i.-LLiively dealg: rd. easv %  ni.n.a thiee bedroom* t Irving ro.ma. kitchen, vt raiutari te gbe weal and a nice pi ran Thr property el and* m% arproaln-tel. %  -• re 1 I \\ ins Top Rock C nmpi lalng dth In* tollel and bath, ajyare roam that tan be uaed aa a breakfaat room •>< .hiW.ei.. miiacry. living and BBBlnl """ 11 kitchen, toilet and bath wrth ho. andi cold w-ar. ^Mah Jo .he .ih andIS-" an (he north The SHgB entnpriMaer.a """ toll, i and h !" ih. and u*ge gar.-iar Innp.tlion by appointment only FABAOOM Sllue'f near Seawell Airport. %  rialng two if I Ith illacbed. Iw l—dn-'inwllh die-.inu I i, .ill ... iupb.iarda. toilet large open eeiandah ent Of hoiar ilh a lo.ei. i hancery Lai* Iteeen an DoarnaUlra: Entrance lobby i' | ..Till breekl.i reSBS. !-h*n. Unte alud;. and a ii pallo to the aoulh Ti p....t y aleo haa lenely ...iindV and a portion of arable ), IM I ....lamina l acee* ( loipMiaa By appointment only I OM SFBW4U COTTAOE A i..vel. citiage aUndlng on : ,00*1* perch of Und dtuaaa ,1 St Jame* Coa.l having It* own pi i vale bathirui beach, and nBai|""~f thrae badraami, wiui M -nd bath I.i main diawlna and dining ropean bath w llh l'i'" nlng .„!,. ,L.nary. worb.h.. K' Thl. Dinprrtv Soapir. : ciulls hair_ Halo glorifies It! HALO l.ov.i ,o. I.a.r wond. and aty tc HAIO mak.i b.l HALO SH AM POO SHIPPING NOTICES I V "MOHBKA" will irgo end Paeerngera (or Dominica. AnUgua. atonUer'aL NeA'll and SI Kltla. and Paaaengera oatl* for Bt Lucia, Balling Friday 3rd October. lBftl The K V -CAR1BBEE" will accept Cargo and Peaetnsera for %  '' Ne.:. BRd % %  Kltta. and Paaian%  eii only tor St Lucia. Selling %  start i llih October. ISftI B.WL ecd0!*rn oSH ASSOCIATION (INC I Caealgae*. Tele Na *a4T Canadian National Stiuimsliiirc HOI rBBtll SH i-.i. Bednay .nadlau ( ball*-|er I anadlan ( BBSSM s..I I HI."I Ml HI iHOS ar •A.F.S., F.V.A. FOR SALE nil. it ni.i..i. -i i mm NI i Reach property ft bedrooow. living %  %  d dining lyui... gaUer>. aarege B IM. n i.i.ANO. T HICHAM4 t. Mi 1O.0SO Ui IS.OOS aq fi %  0 Oct I) Oct. a* fto. ..,..—. .—.-....a.,..,,. %  • % %  • %  % %  FOR CITY CLERKS AND BUSINESS MEN OUR MONTHLY BREAKFAST SERVICE Is now Availaljc in addition to our Ki-sturanl (Upstairs) %  nd SnackeiUv Grill room and bar (downstairs). For Bates and PsaWI efttlnrj Phone 4?3u ARLINGTON MarhtU Str*Bt rhrf Mi FOSTER TAYLOR PAkl. In • fKIM. aoma. garage inn -I -I Hore> reaitlencc BBaSSSSN BSSBa if MODIBN Hill HI fiNg H1U->ig room I -i %  v. i si,... I K Overlooking ,!.c very bcaptil-l Bbi Men* Bay. 8t Peter SUndIng on approximately 4"e airea Of land bdVwaS -n r.ten.tvc orchard with apeciallv ae.ected fruit tree* Tri. houae cmpriae. three bedioem*. dining roam, living room, modern loiMa and b.itlia wllh hot and cold waftn Lara* verandah*. H-fn.i.r nntli.iildind* Including a NObUMIOt. Kttuaie in Ih* Oaartaan. B. Michael, coinpruing foubedHd *ml bath kitrheii allh bulll-in e..pbjnar.li verandah the whole l*i*tb a| It.e I, rakSbag The outbulldtoa* ^papruatwo aervanta rooms with L-at-i toilet and a garage l ii.L-.t.l. 1 1 1 M| REALTORS Limited TMKKK IS NO BETTER WAY TO SETTLE DISPUTES THAN OVER A BOTTLE OF . .1. II. T. SI'I ( I tl HI'N (With Lhr l.i.i.n, i... I I.....U. a Makr ThU Yuur F.vourilc BU'.id a It!.ml. .1 and ll....(l. .1 b> Jll\ l IVMOIt A sn\S I.T1I. Oial 43:t5 -;Kot-btick Strwt i.i -Mil M I r JAMEk i "I.i ,,.d l>eautlfully maintained proprrlv Drawing and .Lull's rooana, verandaha, -un deck. ft bedrooms, etc. Ml T\ t FFTBB Solid modern home with every convenience Lounge deck, sitting room. 3 bedroom* Bathing. %  Ol -. -i nrra i-.vahi, equipped home with lounge, dining >ootn. 4 bedroom*, double %  arage. all aeivicea N i.ltlHI BALL Recently %  houae Living; room, I l-cdPooma. garage, iaiin.ii. Genuine bargain SI HlliIM | i IAMI. %  acre*, la*, .tiling VtlllTI HAI 1 HIM.-Cimverted into 4 e/c BaU. MWlON LODGE. MAXWBLL Gaiter lea. drawing and dining edrouma. garage* MiM>t niitonrao-.ri.tT ST JAMI-.lone bungalow on i i .II i i,i '. t' mi i niK >" ...IE<3,. \\ t HI <, to notify our ( II-II.III.TN that a TOTAL Mil Mums of l'i.Supply will be necessary bejWMn IZ Noon and 3 p.m. on SUNDAY. 5TH OCTOBER, lo i n.ilil.essential, alterations to be carried out nn our Main HtKh Tension Switchboard. Further work will Innecessary on subsequent Sundnys and Consumers will be duly notified. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. V. SMITH. General Manager. ••• %  MX* VIIXA atlHA. FAkalAOF BOAB HI planned bungalow Of) 14.000 sq fl Dining .lltlng :c~.in. 3 bedrom*. oulhootee. -I tlOBT. r.UMI BAT. ST. JABuU Be-ntodelled 3 alorey houae with patio, lounge*. 3 bedroom., good beeeh frontaae niMiRsynE ST. MSIINII aione buniieinw with 3 bedrooma, lounge and dining room. Beach ii \( II PHOPEBTT. ST. LAWHI M( 4 bedrooma, living and rln ,nroom galterte*. Bandy beech EBTATl: HOt'SE. ST. IOSFPB —Spactau. S bedroom property with well wooded aroundi. I'AB.ti.ON Nr Beawell, Chr.d chinch atorey Country liiine with (.uiorainhseavlew .UU. li v ( ill MMT NOME. T JOHN—Rece'itlv built itone property with bedroom* and private tiled bath., patio, picture window*. Bt'NOAIOMT PINE HILL — Rtriuka-ly buUt houae Wllh 3 badrpora*. Private wooded around*. I Wll i Rear at NEW 1*1 AZ A --Approaimatelv SO.BSA tq (L ..ilnable building land with IS ft R of W to main mad. Ill 111, IM. LOTH ROCKLST— E.cellenl .He. adlolnlnd Oolf Club. I III NTIT Ml I V I ilKI-1 I HI Baflaf—aidi aeveml aitaa available. HI ILatlftG SITE. ST. LAW• IM I. Appro< IU.0O0 aq. fl on na.1 m developed area. nilLDISll StTES. I BBIST I HI Ml II Ml. •SB, SS. tl aWILaMNO SITES Overlooking St Jame*' Coaat HVRATHt I.IDI — InnjoalnB home with 4 aerea. 3 double bedroom*, epaeioua main rooma. DIRRAM WOKTHINO Be eluded .tone bungalow, i sedNBW Bt'NGALOW. WOBTBINO—Compact with S bedroom*. -.II.^I girdc-. M.m mad ST. JAMEShedi....".-. acre. Beach opnoille STONE BOISE A ANNtJUI. I antabrlle 2 liedroom* I nnaawr living room*. ( Ol SUV MOt'Sff. JAMS* At Ir act i. able old properly with charm. Modeml-ed. -i .-mi inn -i noki stone construction. 3 bed living and dining room*, dab good beech frontage. INI I Ill I Ii M ll-lll lit ea. Stone biiiidalow 3 *,'i~l N.Jiooow, living room, gailery. kght and TOBBIK. CATTLEWAS1 — Popular holiday home Soundly built with 3 bedroom*, lounae .•nd aallrrv %  AT BOISK. CATTLEWASB— Timber construction, eood order. S liedroom-. g.iod bething 'i acre UL.YEBTOY iBIArSIDI— 3 atorey atone houae. 4 bedroom*. tWlDMJ. CWEAMIBB—Bln%  le atorey houae. S minute* Town 11*11 -EH — flaetlnea Two %  mall propertiea .ll> BISB. IBB-S. .. %  BT. -omfort> llermud* I H .,,. r |.:l'Tl" inveitmenta. Suaar Eatalea. RenUla House and Katale leanaieiaant Properly Valuation and DllaplPlaaUtlens BBildln* PtaoBe 4



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si sow i)( roisi.K I IM1 Sl'NDAV AD ii( Ml PAGI iirins GOVLKNMKN T NOTICES The Decorations and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen, have been informed by the Manager of the Barbados Electric Sut ply Corporation, l.imiUtl. thai their company . prepared lo allocate an amount not exceedinf *00 Kilowatts for the purpose of illuminations next June. The Company is expecting delivery of a new Generating Set early next month MM) Mthough it is Impossible lo allocate Mt) I at%  M Unit, they . %  >• wllHikl i" ati %  iliuminad 111.U all applications tor -• supply for Dtffl purposei should be sent to the office of the Barbados ElectricSuuph itlon, Ltd. in.bar, stating the actcal wattage required Any acceptance for applications for a supply outside the city of Bridgetown will depend on whether the distributing mar J latla at are capable of carrying the additional load Th, mercantile community *c respectfully asked to co-operate H Q WFFKFS Secretary. Decorations Illumination" Committee 5 10.52— In FULBRIC.llT TRAVEL GRANTS Under !he terms of thr Fulbrighi At: and the Joint Anglo-American Agreement establishing the United States Educational Commlithe United Kingdom travel grants may he awarded to assist lecturers, advanced research workers and graduate sturleti; up fellowships, scholarships and other academic appointments at American Universities oi other institutions of higher IcarmiiK DB the U.S.A Undergraduate candidates will not normally be considered for Pulbright travel grants if the student proposes to pursue a course in Hie United States at the first degree level which he could follow at a local institution It is pointed out that the main objective of the Fulbrlght programme is postgraduate study. 2. It should be borne in mind that the Grant will Include only round trip travel between the candidate's home'and his destination in America, including rail fare in America Candidates will therefore bo required lo give proof of available funds from personal means, fellowships or other awards to provide for their maintenance in the U.S.A. 3 All candidates must be affiliated with a recognised college or involution (f higher learning in the U.S.A. 3 At plication forms may be had from the Colonial Secretary's Office by suitably qualified candidates and must be returned duly com pk ted by Novembei 2l)th. 1952 5.10.52— In VACANT K)ST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAXI INCOME TAX AND DKATH DEPARTMENT Applications nre invited by the Government of Barbados for the post of Ir.spec.nr (In-ome Taxt, Income Tax and Death Duties Department. 3. The poet is pensionable and the salary is in the scale of *3 120 x 144 — 3.840. 3. A temporary cost of living allowance at the rate o! 3156 per annum is payable. The allowance is subject to variation or withdrawal at any time. 4. Appointment will be subject to medical fitness and will be on probation for two years in Ihi' first instance. 5. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and the local Civil Servi-? Regulations and Instruction**. Passage exi Mi %  not i-xccediiig $1,440 will be payable on first appointment. I %  ('.ranges are provided. 6. The successful candidate will be required to assist gcmTally In the administration of the Income Tax Act and will he principally concerned with the -xamination of accounts and determination of profits of business, professions and trade. He will also perform such ether duties as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Dutic< may require from time to time. 7. Candidates should possess I high standard of general education and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience in accounts or taxation. Membership of a recognised accountancy body would be an advantage. fl. Applications, stating age, full details of qualifications and experience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him not later than 15th October. 1952—23.9 52—2n. Attention Is diawn to the IVf.no -mtrol of Drug aft and Propnctui> Medicine Prices) Order. I32. No B which will I* inililish..! in the Official G*etle of Monday, 6th OclolK-r. ItM 2 Under this Order thmaximum retail seHlng I "Embrocation EH". •'Humphreys Wilrh Basel liquid BJ W Hazel Ointment". 'Phillips Milk of Magnesia" and "Aspirin I are as follow*: — Embrocation Fl) Humphreys—Witch Hazel Liquid Humphreys — Witch Ha/el Ointment Phillips Milk of Magnesia Aspirin (BayersI UNIT OF SALE Small 1 i 1 e d bottle ^arge s i 7 e d bottle ) OZ bottle Medium Bottle 16 oz. bottli Small satM 1' -arge i 12 oz. bottle •mile of 13 tat* lets y>ttle of IB tnblets wttle o f 100 tablets MAXIMUM K ET AIL PRICE 58c 96. 1 05 fl ISOI II \ M'Kl'KlSINt. how qufcxly h T t Tfht| staff, iseiea ( lolata. li.n.Nitn. iheutnatk paini and trouble* due 10 iinrHiiii.ci i" UM blood can be overcome. Mn-nK. a.tiv* *,dne*t ssie. guard your health by (training anrninues and harmful wastes OUI of the .vttni ttlvfti kidney action n •nadeuuair and tail* to filter the blood properly, r Aih r ur •.*•# fm l>.xnti.Ua.he KhlnevPttt* bung happy rebel as .Itanse the Uney ftWan and sosuim,... a Owl aciWaL You can rely upon this wal known diuretic ami urinart %  otnepti. Many ihniitanda of %  rairtul men and women have u-M r r.l as tba good heahk Ihey have regained by iskiaa> Iksuva PuU. If Quick relief from Colds, Coughs hraa! (I n ll l.u3 Getting Up Nights Makes Men Old TRADERS and SHOPKEEPERS/ FREE COPY of this new beautifully illustrated Coronation catalogue of first qualify merchandise In Wtrw hr;e fart anJ fioi.Jy fjjis ttaaa .-• Chest CsMs. Ca-m Mail*/* T\*rm-i". | back. Feel Its penetrating warmth 'iol-g yo>. jood. itln;ula:inj ysur cifCulatlon. r* %  conjcitton! Brcitr .-irt its pleasant IM vafx>'jrtOioo;licior ^ lunjt and throat. 4 itufTmesi, an-J ease our breathing' / I twaspoonfei of lh "".ub into i j.i^ oi 'o; < ano HUiaJi the Kaai i Relieve muieular %  .'-. and pamt by rubLllg In T.ermogne Rub where the pain it. bo healing! So i" Try it — you will sav ihsi Thcrmo^ene Medieaieu Rir. a real bleuing! Obtainable from all food stores and chemists Be prepared — get some Thermogene Meaicjted Rub today' THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB For Colds and Coughs, Aches and Pains Important %  • %  |isn ovronms H.NI UoubU. • in! quloklr ro haiih, ikha th* % %  %  %  < % %  oaJlad Rae>n s tow ...i.| fa Qa mil iwuurt te i • rrssra fsw !• w rr of mnnay aaae. OM >-..., %  ,),.,„( fSi jtacts V.U. WE carry an aaaorlnn-nt of GOOD lifM)KS %  M Ihvm ul Adroratv Stationery" %  eawaiali No %  > farad Raoai ywu right tat* -i ..!. S VMT*> .. I'OSSEAL priming ia eaaential in the paineinc of all new walls: its %  pplication ensures that the paint oViri npAf and nUiyt r.^Af. Dnsaral irala off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in nee tiirfacea, and at the same t>*.ie provide* a uniform, nun porom base for the paint coats (o follow. It thus prrventa peeling and discolour.* • tJOIl, permits speedy njinting and astiirr^ lhaf the paint c>at j-ivm the Waim U I l> I II Y LENNARDS LIMITED BRISTOL • ENGLAND BERGER PAINTS SALE AT ALL HARDWARE STORES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD-AGENTS. 1,1 f IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT J. N. PEREIRA & SONS MERCHANTS RICKKTTSTRSXT PHOHS 5034 Rcgrtl to Announci thai MI Kit %  !•;. NO VAMS NO BWSn POTATOES. NO IIHIADFRIIT WK HAVE A LARGE MIII'MENT OF PL'TCK 4ti^t -itaCffui jfavtUfttM) aia6i f 111) i II I IT CENTS (8c l PER LB COME I V'i V AND OET V'1'H SHARE FOR MAN MUST LIVE!! I II I I I III I HIIII II IIIIIIIIIII lll l llll'



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PAC.F six iris SUNDAY ADVOCATE SI Mi\\ n< roBI R 5, !'•".-• \i;w 11 \I:I I hurt SR. rtii-d"lp" which arrived In Carllal* Bay on Friday nirtht ( Ui. Captain H P Biagoo. MA. Sunadele On First Trip To Barbados 1 HI nt* i %  I Captain H P %  i %  1 H %  i puling I: %  .. %  • %  .. I natives of Dcn%  UP I'l" I %  I %  %  %  %  %  i .i to %  I %  oi wn o%  • il the dlf I I, hip i l I .. :. .-,. %  North W Uoyd-D %  re TIKI % %  % %  %  %  'II. iltD e iiniii%  al examlnal m every nnc during that pci tod, %  s lid irnit iir II rked ,,., Terminals lot (our years, und that >' to Barba1 i i i %  ma %  B ..' %  %  St. .'isiyth Hi.ami — t/, P.M.O. R, si i Duties Joseph, I.'.I.V wi nt on Ii M ijini Dr. I S Tiippin, i pla< at ">i '"//>.• Acting bland Commissioner Enrols 23 Guides id klin, in tph, also duties on Hi* ilmenl >( 'is guide Smut \ (> %  I .. atria 1 School il i %  :i.. the throe eornpanit I 0) — 12th, %  hallos. The Enrol] i premony, %  i by Miss Laborde thw Acuai Wand Conun Also ht nil. District Commisiiid Mrs. J. A. Bldiuwr | %  Montr of Brownies. Visitors |o 1'ax Mill %  :] %  and reu i. Mr Aahlo 1 I %  \ • %  i rlor.Ht.Ji i:. %  POM urine. Mr, ni.K kulilll .il i Mi' RAIN WELt OMI Pax Hill during last Because* ot recent r.iins the month *ere Mrs. MUlfa crop* HI Bl %  In ikmu > %  i M ii i: .1 n .,, %  (.ml %  %  'in. A [•• %  • week i eboth from Bormuda. Thi vtcualy tor cropa wi si mini th maolvoi with various signs of being scorrh-d and withfirms of t ul lit %  ervica In Barered. muda. but the programme <>l ST. JOHN BOYS' CU'B i'g and Its power and possi—— la an appeal to them. The pareber a ol the Police and today Miss Crawford I till Boys' club at Four Roads, st a wry active Kulder, while Mrs. John have ihowi c rulderable Nev c r e an though a retired Comtateresi and are rnaklni rood pi %  ini 1 dti Kress, oui "ii In.-• ni the MovamenL They were formed when I''' paid i rtsll glad of the opportunity to :iing. Hill, and to near something of the The II I the (iiii> guldlna In Barbados. Th rat (to. and the a< ti lad bv Mrs. A. W Bet nlna, Table Ti n n I i and Crtokat, A team from this Club is laldni part in this seeeon'i B.C i competition and Ii %  serious challenger to the la %  moulded around > i< a ex-Lodi i and Corobi with i*o Brathwaile, John Trotman, "d Irvine Austin, IhTM proratatng aUroundara, ami left arm slow howler Vtmon Ftnl) In the leam. aupportan p^etlna i i Hip c r the B.CX la U of the lean OH* .1 Headley, (' %  imcron Godd;tr i, ''' < %  is confirmed b\ th Wedding Jaekman — Siimllehiirv %  Thin atember, at J o'clock %  %  lha Whtta Park Pllarbn Holiness Church, Mr, %  %  | ion of Maw i %  %  %  ' .! Ml Bvadni daughter of Mrs Gwamdolyno Scantlebury, Tna cartntonj was ed I > thf Rav, Mr, i. nt ol Ihr Chut< %  i r,i t-% Mr. Cl IToi %  %  Silppi 'i head..' ,.%  Iiobt. held in pfa M with Hill and i i She c irrla t i I w Dual of Artificial Rosas mads oi Bus, the K rt of Miss LBUan Ounyal of %  she was attandad by Ml Jui i dra "f poach ot ALL Akelas and thin I %  i Course whl m", on Salurdaj naxt, i 11 ' %  Mt % %  has i ... %  i Leader ". '' %  i Barbados has been i i nilwell to run an OtTliially RccogBl I I Oils ,l ivliminarv Training Courw(or Cub La* ii is hopc.i. will take place o October, and all eatsd are askl to n i lor it al tna iirst %  All those who qualify on this course will be entlih d to waar tna v. %  ] racatvs %  %  'in ;, %  Ol BOOUTS' TATTOO : rhrrs v^ ill be anothei for the Tattoo on Fudav .,fi.iIOUI I wtol i. .,• Com%  .m. Each Trooc is askadi to (uai but it I: hoped that man) more will turn i %  i to contact i hair Con toi further information and to ash Uu Parfiits "f their scouts to guarantee tl ,iiaiu< The Truth in Your Horoscope Would x>i Hke In know -tthaul %  ; %  •>! hI llw Stan HMIi^tr (Qt you. niltl Duf ilrtMg tit a %  • Met Hmtt ii your ihanf* ti u rare tr.r .km <,i purwiit TI->T. WAy////AV,V/AV-V/-',' 1 .^ ttl> KH A MAFFEi SUIT % % % % %  ; %  t?k Mb ind.d -.1,II .led p-op. thi i '.Kiiu.r MA(KfV l N-w %  i isasa i-aickL TO popu.iiiiav hll i.t. m Tl^.r. will IKSr >our Ar.1 Inu-rprctan ward I .in o II full IUIM iir Mrs of "IM atMrvri** and date •• rUl all rUMlT ri|i>n b> you'wlf. No *mry wan'..I fu' A"IDIH-I work. -*tago t( t..,i nnd 1/In BPO lnUun*ri. kali ni and ..inrr inlrrt-Mi l,i.i-|,,i. will 1i.m..(rfl ul lrtr irnuiHablt %  -. E %  > ..I nil I'.I.HII.I, %  !•• 1 g.. >rd tour afl.. %  nom .• li.i. ofllAi >:.> not IK mitdr *(ain AJdiOaaT PUNDn TAHOng. iDrpI IlJ-Ki l>;..i | liiirll Kliral Bombay St. Ind.. l',.l.,.. India It • "UU >aaaaaot>aaa*>aaaaaf BARBADIANS: BARBADIANS' %  sot ris or MI A4on*.TioM %  BM rN lo IB* CAIIIKAK NATIONAL WMAI. nri: at QUEENS PARK %  > 1.1 OlSa*-. IHIk Urlabcr IUV! A1 Iranian* Urand dUplay >:*purii >i>d ln,:'.., Ina "ii '[>art>ri' lit aroundaaiai Friif la kaa| l(-.'in man ar*d I.JT %  t T p.m klMirit ao MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK VOLR BUST VOL" FEEL YOUR BEST AND THE PRICE YOU FAY IS THE PRICE IT'S WORTH P.C.S. MAFFEI & CO. LTD. "Top Scores In Tailoring" ERNIES DEMOCRATIC CLUB Mambara an adviaad that there will be tin usual call over in connection with Lha Barbarian Autumn Mcvting. Will thoae M,-mbwi> who have not already nottneu their Intuition of participating kindly do so us early as possible so (hut the necessary arrangements can be made. vVhrrras fabrics, on occasion, may lay claim to 'excluslvriiesH'. there b no such prerogitivr for Quality. None of our materials, therefore, are exclusive In quality. All arr of Man quality, some are exclusive In design! We Invite you to choose from Tropicals, Worsteds, Gabsrdlnes. Tweeds and Linens when considering your noxt custom Til. 111. Mill %  %%b\u} ENGLISH SINGLE WIDTH In a variety ol nice shades including : Grey, Fawn, Beige. Brown, Black, Navy $1.75 PER YD. mi SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street B. Kice & Co. sal llollo.es Leaaae%  ..,..-. i..., ..,~ . • %  --. >• %  -' -__ u %  • %  %  %  i Ian "' "ibride nowi r gnu wen I .man. i I ;il M or UuImmineti lolk Vicar of 8 I Comet of the commuuii> — t'.r HOST Oa\OUt>8i oarahlp nt 'he Boy S tlon In th. KiiiK ,i d u.tm i : stween R and IB. Tin n n an In tht t i HI vr< i i i •the bc*t ribute wa can tiii health of the movement" b the great Increase In the nunbei i.soo received thetl Royal i 'mm the Chief Seoul .it s|mial rear. The i'l that durrevtew 41 v oats re<-ii B • coui r red hred awardi ktorlous conduct. they'll Do It Every Time liy Jiiiimy Hallo M3ISIM :-: lllottlni: Paper SU piers Letter Trays Letter Scales Ink StandAirmail Envelopes While Envelope* Window Envelope* Manilla Envelopes Stationery Seta Ledgers I %  ii.:< i Leaves Ledger Indexes felly Cash Voucher* Letter Files The purpose of our Stationery Department:— To meet your KVERY WRITING MMI k. II. IHIS 11 L' CO.. I id. %  — >'•• at. YACHTSMAN FOR THE KE-FIT v*< offer ROPE (All Sliest MARINE WHITE A CiRF.Y ANTIFOl'L RED & ORELN, YACHT VARNISHES COPPER SQl'ARF. ROSE READ BOAT NAILS IV. 2". IHCOPPER WASHERS ;i -" A t" BRASS • ti I i I i: TIN'S (5 /. >-." 8TAIMUU I I I vim i un:i FISHING LINES, HOOKS, ETC. GENERAL HARDWARE SUPfl.IKS Phone 4267 for EXPANDED METAL SHEETS 1" Mnh Galv. 4' S %  l" .. Iron 4' X 8" i.. .. V X 10' 3" .. 4' HIALUMINIUM COBBUGATBD SHEETS 24 Guuec GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS 2I> & 2H G.UKC CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS ,y a v CART BOLTS & NUTS Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. f DOCTOR RND0WW! VOOVL I HAVE TO SET BACK 0. b:-i DOCTOR! y.-xrvE car A TEMPERATURE OP IOZ .' HE'S TIC WORST PILL KE EVER MAD W MB?E —ITS M c - TO KEEP M BED TliAM A IOD OH OTMA9 A'OffhllMG. 1 I-ES ACTING LIKE ANy OTHER ORMOO WI EWI OROBASiy HAVE A TCOOH TH'li C0IXECTIM3 THE BILL FWavl UM, TOO-— 5 LlSTEMlNS TO THE DOC RrJD OUT HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVES-— THAM* A-.D A TIP OF TME HATLO WAT TO J. B. OGLESeV, A''. N -V-l—^. r_^o co^iy ^osp^l.L LIVE AND LEORH LoveH 8oy. von OOTTA USE A DIRECT APPROACH NOW WATCH "WlS. -HER^ ELL 44BLLO THERE YOU SHOOLDH'T STAND -HER ALU ALONE -HOW ABOUT JOINING ME TOR SOME CflRIB !" e r "" ST MeR TlEK tOY FRIEND W* LSO eELiei/Es IN ewe APPROACH LBROUG-HT HLONG A a IftSE OF



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jtm ESTABLISHED 1885 BARBADOS PRIME MINISTERS WILL TRY TO BUILD UP EMPIRE TRADE Mr. Braine Wants A Declaration THE COMMONWEAL! H PKIME MINISTERS met* In Ixindon in November ta discuss the sterling an a paj mn (UnVulUM The tatun Involw iliemc* of ihc meeting will h* MM hording up Of world trade—particularly Emoire trade Imw best can Uns be Done? Agra I infls and Trade The suggestion of „ prominent a increeee Conservative M.P.. Mi ii.......' Honorary bevrel me m Attain Comm lee, f a Commonweallh Decl ratio that tarIndrpeitdence. This. I I ran be iited the latent -sue o| "Comma should be the first i.em Ml llH agenda. imov.d. Tarlfl preferences: on ihc Last year Britain nought goods othei band cannot ... ,Yarded at from the United States to the borricri lo brada They ensure value o,' C3fi0 millions. In rttUfl I" taruTl m order to we exported KIMKIS to the %  !uo ol "' %  parttcuonly £15.1 million. To close the 1hU directions, 1 he\ stimulate Uw gap. exports would need to be production and exchange of desirnearly Irebled and avan if thai :,lj !' 1 "' :|I : > encourwere poulble. American menu'" tn "lateral and regional ba' factunng interests mg 1 .' mil 11 to happen. There are only thre> arayi the gap can *e breached, says Mr. Brime. Tie Americana could buj more from oversea' I' lenil mot thus Btlmul development of new ihey could continue paying others .. (heir good*. Unhappily, in oouUnue the) show Hit. Ilie need for the Brat, Kiev are not seriously interested second and are euiioU I tlv e to the resentment engend' %  i by the third. There is always the possibility thai the dollar problem will n tune solve itself. The United Slates, far from being a land with 2!*J2 a surplus nf raw materials: U now faced with a deficit. T slon of her eciiomv is so rapid | that within the next lfj an is likely it will double Ibiati l : will thus create the M ablM a lni factor. Hon of i u %  %  I If) \i..-in e ol mtai-Comi trade. Hut the situation Wan %  and then. %  Login the : affective the i |M %  the -U ill %  < II : the ::.. era! dollar %  %  H leet ve i pM 11 opi i ihc Cans i. Crave in|iir> has been Inflicted on Anglo-Canadii We eou* damage hv Importing. 0UI doUftf n %  II thai than from the ... available to all. Is not lust tharo I substantial prafi to be sucked into the Arm, economy regardless of the effect upon the rest of the world. The wav in which economic dei use the nunc inatr eclopment of the Commonwealth Is undertaken cannot be separated from the need* both social and economic of its peonies. What then should we do. he nsks" There is no easy difficulties Tax concessions can Remanded On Charge Of Robbery His Worvlup Ml male OK dioidd.be ..ll. !" .-.! W .,,„,„„, „, „,_,, Impnn rvrr li,rrcn S ln B quuiUlk <* '•"M """ of ruw material* an. •MS, **,.. MM, EnV before this slate of affair, J* %  • • is reachert much cao hnpern. And | die PWUl rd Cuba as wel' In UU mt says Mi Iln.ir.f-,I — < "" the BtetlinK areas wealth, white $400,U0mLost In Film Fire (Krnm llitr Own Correaponasnit) PORT i >ci. 4. .:>S Kli.M CITY ..IllMli. bout $400,000 v %  lasted about HO minutes ?t fo % %  m| Ire 11 eatn Happen, and Ju;.t i it oloui muaical w hi< i.il llel The Rishop Returns mount l i.*nHy sft I %  r--tui -f.-mi in the Lniicvihne LrngM La Inflanil Aaio „ CJ In the platan an Ivartan*! !('• 'ii.t Uiali Rmonta-eal ton LTnltad And give to CoeaUtn Ai-iino B. C.riffUh. INtll IBV \l IMIi Her Magistrate of DtSerday remanded Arthur Hinds I labourer of Murtindnles Road On charg? of roblw I It could not be ol tl If nee. I Braine concludes, thai r Mi. F. c; Smith Is npi>earlng atlon 1.1 i in rlnhts to on behalf of Hind artilta [ntpaa-I give or exchange i • . would ii „,„ Bail In ,, ul ol ika """' '",' lll *"'' l, ; th P sum or t2r. was allowed the individual but Covernment. !••<']'' %  „j..„„ 'he inquiry -into the mSst do more than that. It must! „.-s .uiroun.lin B the death Ol 3S • lca.lv that Ih. ,,a of drift; gj^jjg* J 8pi S la an end anil that heneefnrwlird bd treatment to Wratterii L l"l Ml „. : S1 ,.„„.,.,. „.„ ,„„„, we Intend to rtli upon our own Whatever the 'rniaim for or „,,,„.„ ,_,„.,„,, hv „,. w ,„. rOMuree. of .treneth at home and a,.m V %  •"';;"• .. M, 0 liUTlnSTSS r;:: SLSTS? A £& r?;.d^S=: %  ^-rr '"T* eve pmenl than preferential tern. Under this, all trade w.that the Genera] Hospital on Sop(ariff* i" the Commonweallh. and parJ — J "haps some trade between Ihc Commonwealth and Weal <• r n %  !)<>> %  full prefer%  l ir.ipe and Of O OeapaweaUri i '" u '" .... ... rating" wWV ing trade would have no preference at all Such a lyatem, cl %  .,. % % %  inaid. It v.'nii.i pt.inmie stability aal future. 11 would saf-guard employment encourage investment i.-pondcmr upon t h United Slalif. and alx*v r all hasten IbtlH) ~ But" Britain has surrendered the right to use that instrument. Under the Washington l.m ment and under the .. A greets, r %  i -1 U.K. Will Reply To Iran Today IXJNDON. Oct. 4 The British Foreign Office said Britain's reo'v to Iranian oremier MohBmmed Mossadegh's "ultimatumto* i "inanl *f the oil dispute would bo presented today in Teheran The leply was ,-xpectesl to reigct Ifte ultimatum proposal whet, expires today but informed sources said it would leave the door open for further discus*! of an attempted settlOB t tctnuciIB after he was involved %  idem on Haggatt Hall M.I with .i oar about 11.15 a.m. %  day. He die.I .it tiu Ocneral Hospital (We days later. T. R RAIAR KOI.U. The T. B. Radar, a motor vesse' now lying in Carlisle Itay wind In Ihe Court o: Admiralty in the suit of the owner, master and crew of the St uonehlp Anukora. ^...s sold to Mr. M. E ft EV.urne for the sum of 111,000, His Lordship Ihe Chief Justice Sir Allan Collyaaore, Chsal ' UM : %  %  • %  the motor vfssrl to Mr. \ ISIIIM. YACVaWMBN U.S. Drafts Angry Rarlmdian Note To Russia Cricketers WASHINGTON, (X-t 4, The United States is drafting an angi % nute i' Mi acov, proteatlng a BhamefuV' uni, .-.lent* d demand lor ihIm Back Home Tltr. ii-coll of An'.l).!*rtalf George F Kennan Inpnv United States cxpfii on Soviet affair* From Presidml Truman and of State Achesoii d Hhrough th tempciwere high Kremlin's blunt < iti i 'i ti B cludinu the i n il.Ie rh ri from the US nt %  %  \ Russian Ambassadi.i Qe iibm who preeanii I %  redentials to I'risideut Trun.in i daj| ago. N< thought was given however t<. a final hreak in dlplo .vith the Soviet Union. Western observers in M< U tht N vai %  o • %  • .'•"i hy niiv formal relaUooa i ould ...ritiinic tndanniteb bel Urtted States and Huasta at let t until ..fter the United States • lections They believed ' %  that Ihe U S Embassy slafT wouhl reduced. -r.r. Phafer Oullim-H K<*onoinirF aaaaaaan el the PattOf Hand. Iii addillon U. thnw there will be an all mab>|U*rtette I.rf b Mr. raa*fhj ThomiH-n I ,,„-.ll ane of Ihe sol-laU on "le programme Another fealore t^ lhal Mr. S Hurkr. in MI, -i id the I hureh. and hi* win will %  ""' render organ MIO*. 11 adian fClj Ii %  %  i. from K n gJa n d by the t.oint I ng a sir m in tin i on ithire League both with the %  in mid old da 11 .'.'IM"' %  MI r A i \i M. %  the 1 urn Sou II eting to-iugh* U.S. Taxi*iyers Deeply Disturbed Oei I '.nlng ii I the Dal II iccurred b ihi fedei I Oov< n pat -n.noridnee lefi %  • ,i :, day ol p ping Into North &" %  ..,11.-1 was 'divine Inept iradi-i !liip we %  a %  i ih. futura Roy i Id Ihe Mteeaai lhal thej %  i .. I i "I \ w of Hull. od Rama> rihin had reniilned In England and Walcott, WI I an ro quite pra| %  %  %  Industrialists Will Cost 924,000 i on r-op-sp UN, %  %  %  %  %  indu Iiul % %  %  '. %  n %  Government!. u Horn ; w it %  li %  I.ed t.-l..!. i ch will ii, %  %  %  • %  ( Imperial < 'hem i i. %  Limited will i.. .. i etobai 11 *oe it th .. %  %  vho want %  %  l i ll.il. Legislature Denounces Communism '" %  ". "" %  " I atrssfaaasali ... %  %  . %  %  %  I entry inu %  thepost %  FisheftlWll IFC:H| : W III:UII Arrested Lealte Moore, a heist Half Moon Furl. St Lag | >n his way to Ihe OetV %  .It 1 in th i'ul'" '• o'clock last night ufter it as lleged that he had be. 0 It Ball's Allty M-< %  beoi arai i itei %  .I \; the Public Mortuary Eul ile* %  Martin or Bryan (2 '. dimeitir servanl Of Hagg 'i il il S' A, h with ih* matter. %  ii. %  : ; powtl ol tannThe mouoh, whi ... n Congreea had taken on wan) I a .„ x i, l|L II which Luck.. In -iiin i %  %  I-.. %  lad n rot umerous hei He *uo referred to 1 T night at s anted to that ,,!.-. drive ngatnst ."•I i %  .i ,ii,zens. me : %  | I %  .le I the iommi • ugjj i treason Itaall leased —t'.P. [allei ke f whan I ... AiIt do | %  FIVF TRINIDAD V \( HI SMI A ben plrlured g| the Barbados Vttsl flub arrived t\,*rr >eiterds> to take part in the 2nd Interralonlal Tornado Toarnamenl Ihb week The oilier mrnhrr af the Trinidad team l* due to arrive today. General Clay Takes The Blame Ri R v t; L <; v i. . B OeeMa am England alti i •i \\ UM Batfjai R 0 \ I Hail) % %  %  ; %  I T i Laitj %  the i' K I I .1 tun. %  UN ..nn. ha n %  %  k hiding \u II .i Bcotl a si : a .i..no ii. v Hut nine ..i C m P ii v • %  %  r.' Rtahop it..,i Wi . ISO delaajatei rroen ill :hl : %  MM HI. two en. it the H % %  : will IIhat MI I • ^ -. "ill i. i. .' 1! DUI %  1 %  riged t III I OKI) itiMinr Prince As\ khan Will Tali \\ 11Ii Mis Lawyer Mtmtia\ i'AHIS pnnoa AI> Kh. fer with i lion with I th "ii not wnkuig ..ut g| | %  hen un Septi i lhal "al %  I <• i is home. i. ..: % % %  ft In %  on again j'galn an I .1 Mule! I'.P. No bother, no worry. only irdlnite plaaauro and enjoyment to dining and stntertaininq, aimply by aervlnq K.W.V. Wines. NEW VOHK n Clay said on | full rely fi.r arranging An erM-..I. aei < -' :*> iit-i i n and that that Tnu matter up at this n* w • %  %  it. lo with a lav nevei '. ir'-fit In :n -wtr tl,, lo a speech made by PTeidcrt made In 194!V lot i nl SUtas troops to B wh ch the Pn %  nhower was partly lo the matt.' I Berlin bleckade. the first I Former deputy to B %  Claj Id thai f.s.Jise, %  %  the Pre*met aid he wag surprised charge of for the Ai ihe high. %  1 %  %  • QltAlaTTV • DISTINCTION FLAVOUR BRIGHTEN YOUR TABLE wiib ths rich quably ol K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY. Ifg auperb aervad at room temperature vrith doeaorts. (rash fruit. cheeaa and nubs. K.W.V. "Jha Wine og Oil Jims K.W.V. SIIDKKV BBANDT, \\ll l\MI I WIN! -.


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ESTABLISHED 1885
BARBADOS
PRIME MINISTERS WILL TRY
TO BUILD UP EMPIRE TRADE
Mr. Braine Wants
A Declaration
THE COMMONWEAL! H PKIME MINISTERS met* In
Ixindon in November ta discuss the sterling an a paj mn -
(UnVulUM The tatun Involw
iliemc* of ihc meeting will h* Mm hording up Of world
tradeparticularly Emoire trade
Imw best can Uns be Done? Agra I infls and Trade
The suggestion of prominent a increeee
Conservative M.P.. Mi
ii.......' Honorary bevrel me m
Attain Comm lee, f
a Commonweallh Decl ratio that tar-
Indrpeitdence. This. I I ran be iited '
the latent -sue o| "Comma
should be the first i.em Ml llH
agenda. imov.d. Tarlfl preferences: on ihc
Last year Britain nought goods othei band cannot ... ,Yarded at
from the United States to the borricri lo brada They ensure
value o,' C3fi0 millions. In rttUfl I" taruTl m order to
we exported kimkIs to the , !uo ol "' parttcu-
only 15.1 million. To close the 1hU directions, 1 he\ stimulate Uw
gap. exports would need to be production and exchange of desir-
nearly Irebled and avan if thai :,lj!'1 "':|I,: > encour-
were poulble. American menu- '"tn" "lateral and regional ba'
factunng interests mg1.'
mil 11 to happen.
There are only thre> arayi the
gap can *e breached, says Mr.
Brime. Tie Americana could buj
more from oversea' I'
lenil mot thus Btlmul
development of new
ihey could continue paying others
.. (heir good*.
Unhappily, in oouUnue the)
show Hit.
Ilie need for the Brat, Kiev are
not seriously interested
second and are euiioU I
tlve to the resentment engend-
' i
by the third.
There is always the possibility
thai the dollar problem will n
tune solve itself. The United -
Slates, far from being a land with 2!*J2
a surplus nf raw materials: U now
faced with a deficit. T
slon of her eciiomv is so rapid |
that within the next lfj an
is likely it will double Ibiati l:
will thus create the
MablMalni
factor.
.
Hon of i u

I If)
\i..-in e ol mtai-Comi
trade. Hut the situation Wan
.
and then.

Login the :
affective
the i|M ''
the -U ill . < II :
the ::.. era! dollar

H leet ve i
pM 11 opi i ihc Cans
i. Crave in|iir> has been In-
flicted on Anglo-Canadii
We eou*
damage hv Importing. 0UI doUftf
n
II thai than from the
...
available to all. Is not lust tharo I substantial prafi
to be sucked into the Arm,
economy regardless of the effect
upon the rest of the world. .
The wav in which economic de- i use the nunc inatr
eclopment of the Commonwealth
Is undertaken cannot be separated
from the need* both social and
economic of its peonies.
What then should we do. he
nsks"
There is no easy
difficulties Tax concessions can
Remanded
On Charge
Of Robbery
His Worvlup Ml
male Ok dioidd.be ..ll..-.! W .,,,, , ,_,,
Impnn rvrr li,rrcnSlnB quuiUlk <* '"M """
of ruw material* an.
MS, **,.. MM,
EnV before this slate of affair, J*'
is reachert much cao hnpern. And | die PWUl rd Cuba as wel'
In UU mt says Mi Iln.ir.f-,I < ""
the BtetlinK areas wealth, white
$400,U0mLost
In Film Fire
(Krnm llitr Own Correaponasnit)
PORT i >ci. 4.
.:>S Kli.M CITY
..IllMli.
bout $400,000 v

lasted about HO minutes ?t fo
m| Ire 11 eatn
Happen, and Ju;.t i
it oloui muaical w hi<
i.il llel
The Rishop
Returns
mount l it
Arti-- ,tl.
CLYDE WALOOTT. Ever ton Week*-, -nil Roy Marshall, three aUrbadtui profswUonalN who returned by Ulfl Oolin.. > i.*nHy sft I
r--tui -f.-mi in the Lniicvihne LrngM La Inflanil Aaio CJ. In the platan an Ivartan*! !(' 'ii.t Uiali Rmonta-eal ton
LTnltad
And
give
to CoeaUtn Ai-iino
B. C.riffUh.
INtll IBV \l......IMIi
Her Magistrate of DtS-
erday remanded
Arthur Hinds I
labourer of Murtindnles Road On
charg? of roblw
I It could not be ol tl If nee.
I Braine concludes, thai r Mi. F. c; Smith Is npi>earlng
atlon 1.1 i in rlnhts to on behalf of Hind artilta [ntpaa-
-I give or exchange i .
would ii , Bail In
,,ul ol ika """' '",' "lll*"''l,; thP sum or t2r. was allowed
the individual but Covernment. !<']'' j.. 'he inquiry -into the
mSst do more than that. It must! .-s .uiroun.linB the death Ol
3S lca.lv that Ih. ,,a of drift; gj^jjg* J 8pi S
la an end anil that heneefnrwlird bd treatment to Wratterii L l"l Ml. . : S1 ,..,.,. . ,,
we Intend to rtli upon our own Whatever the 'rniaim for or ,,,. ,_,.,,, hv ,. w,.
rOMuree. of .treneth at home and a,.mV, "';;" .. -..... M, 0
liUTlnSTSS r;:: SLSTS? "A"
& r?;.d^S=:! ^-rr '"T*
eve pmenl than preferential tern. Under this, all trade w.th- at the Genera] Hospital on Sop-
(ariff* i" the Commonweallh. and par-
-JJ "- haps some trade between Ihc
Commonwealth and Weal < r n
. !)<>> full prefer-

l ir.ipe and Of OOea-
paweaUri i '"u'"
.... ... rating" wWV
ing trade would have no prefer-
ence at all
Such a lyatem, cl

.,.
inaid. It v.'nii.i pt.inmie stability
aal
future. 11 would saf-guard em-
ployment encourage investment
i.-pondcmr upon t h
United Slalif. and alx*vr all hasten
IbtlH)
~ But" Britain has surrendered the
right to use that instrument. Un-
der the Washington l.m
ment and under the
.. A gree-
ts, r i -1
U.K. Will Reply
To Iran Today
IXJNDON. Oct. 4
The British Foreign Office said
Britain's reo'v to Iranian oremier
MohBmmed Mossadegh's "ultima-
tum- to* i "i- nanl *f the oil
dispute would bo presented today
in Teheran
The leply was ,-xpectesl to re-
igct Ifte ultimatum proposal
whet, expires today but informed
sources said it would leave the
door open for further discus*!
of an attempted settlOB t
tctnuci- IB after he was involved
idem on Haggatt Hall
m.i with .i oar about 11.15 a.m.
day. He die.I .it tiu
Ocneral Hospital (We days later.
T. R RAIAR KOI.U.
The T. B. Radar, a motor vesse'
now lying in Carlisle Itay wind
In Ihe Court o:
Admiralty in the suit of the
owner, master and crew of the
St uonehlp Anukora. ^...s sold to
Mr. M. E ft EV.urne for the sum
of 111,000,
His Lordship Ihe Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collyaaore, Chsal ' UM
:'
the motor vfssrl to Mr.
\ ISIIIM. YACVaWMBN
U.S. Drafts Angry Rarlmdian
Note To Russia Cricketers
WASHINGTON, (X-t 4,
The United States is drafting an angi % nute i' Mi acov,
proteatlng a BhamefuV' uni, .-.lent* d demand lor ih- Im
Back Home
Tltr.
ii-coll of An'.l).!*rtalf George F Kennan Inpnv
United States cxpfii on Soviet affair*
From Presidml Truman and .____________________________
of State Achesoii d
Hhrough th<- Stai r>
tempci- were high
Kremlin's blunt <
iti i 'i ti B
cludinu the i n il.Ie rh ri
from the US nt \
Russian Ambassadi.i Qe
iibm who preeanii I
.redentials to I'risideut Trun.in
i daj| ago. N<
thought was given however t<. a
final hreak in dlplo
.vith the Soviet Union.
Western observers in M<
U tht N vai o .'"i hy
niiv formal relaUooa i ould
...ritiinic tndanniteb bel
Urtted States and Huasta at let t
until ..fter the United States lec-
tions They believed ' '
that Ihe U S Embassy slafT wouhl
reduced.
-r.r.
Phafer Oullim-H
K<*onoinirF Premier Pinay's
Go\1. Threutent^l
PARIS I
Attempts to oust Foreign Min-
ister Robe*l Schuman
the grounds that he Is sublcetlng
France to American domination,
threatened on Saturday to explode
into a crt*i:. for Premier PInay s
Government. Pinay ha* indicated
he would quit if Schuman were
forced to resign.
U.P.
Theatre Fire
Claims Another
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 4
The Empire Theatre Oft I '
Thursday afternoon claimed an-
other death early this nornll
Boysie Samaroo. 22. one of me
projectionists trapped In the
theatre's projection room by the
udden flr.1 died at the Port-of-
Spain Colonial Hospital where
he hod been detained since
Thursday.
Joseph Mahabir his co-WOTSttr
who had also been trapped died
yeslerd c y.____________^^
SUSPENDED
' port-of'spain.
S. G- Benson. :
intendent of Prison' sin. I
tember 1946 has been sum
pending a departr1-
OKatNAOA, CX-t. 4.
in a aaoond grth la In the -Wi- ri.,i u |
Faiglish pli
...
mir ptMdlon. He says U
,e-ult Mi Thui v
i a eatati
of en I
Datura Ineludini It* ' it ol i
.
during the 1051 sins.
A1X:. If anything'
Ih'ppens to my '
.
c:
Musical Keeilal
Vi 9L Leonard's
The miulcal nrllal &l Si.
LaaaaraTg Church in aid of
I limr Funds prtimlui to be
a Im. enlrrUinmi-iil
There are fourteen ilrni"
on lh< programme. Thettc
Include xipiaim. tenor anil
liiritinir solo*, ulidi In ad-
dition to 'he argaa aalaa
there will be miIim b* violin.
taw. iniiiii"! J"d elariio-t
p*ngad h> aaaaaaan el the
PattOf Hand.
Iii addillon U. thnw there
will be an all mab- >|U*rtette
I.rf b Mr. raa*fhj ThomiH-n
I ,,-.ll ane of Ihe sol-laU
on "le programme
Another fealore t^ lhal Mr.
S Hurkr. in mi,-i id the
I hureh. and hi* win will ""'
render organ mIo*.
11.....adian
fClj Ii

i. from
KngJand by the t.oint I
ng a sir m in tin
i on ithire League both with the

in mid old
da 11 .'.'IM"'
' mi r A
i \i M.
the 1
urn
Sou II
eting to-iugh*
U.S. Taxi*iyers
Deeply Disturbed
Oei .
I '.nlng ii
.......I the Dal
. ii .
iccurred b ihi fedei I Oov<
n pat -n.- noridnee lefi
,i :, day ol p
ping Into North &"

..,11.-1 was 'div-
ine Inept iradi-i !liip we

a
i ih. futura
Roy i Id Ihe Mteeaai lhal thej
i
. ..
I.....i "I \ w of Hu-
ll. od Rama>
rihin had reniilned In England
and Walcott, W- I I
an ro quite pra|



Industrialists
Will Cost 924,000
i on r-op-sp un,

. indu Iiul .
'.
n

Government!. u Horn
; w it........
li I.- ed t.-l..!. i .
ch will i- i,
( Imperial < 'hem i
i. Limited will i.. .. i
etobai 11
*oe it th..... ..
vho want


l i
ll.il. Legislature
Denounces
Communism
'"". "" " I atrssfaaasali
...

.

I
entry inu

the- post

FisheftlWll Ifc:h|:
W iii:uii Arrested
Lealte Moore, a heist
Half Moon Furl. St Lag |
>n his way to Ihe OetV
.It 1 in th i'ul'" '
o'clock last night ufter it as
lleged that he had be. 0
It Ball's Allty
m-- < beoi arai i itei
.I \; the Public Mortuary
Eul ile* Martin or Bryan (2 '.
dimeitir servanl Of Hagg 'i
il il S' a, h
with ih*
matter.

ii.
:;, powtl ol tann- The mouoh, whi
...
n Congreea had taken on wan) I a
.xi,l|L ii which Luck..
In -iii- n i -

. I-..

lad n rot
umerous hei
-
He *uo referred to 1
t night at
s anted to
that ,,!.-. drive ngatnst
."I i .
.i ,ii,-
zens.
me
:
| I .le I the
iommi '
.
ugjj i treason Itaall leased
t'.P. [allei
'
ke f whan I
... .
AiIt do |

FIVF TRINIDAD V \( HI SMI A ben plrlured g| the Barbados
Vttsl flub arrived t\,*rr >eiterds> to take part in the 2nd Inter-
ralonlal Tornado Toarnamenl Ihb week The oilier mrnhrr
af the Trinidad team l* due to arrive today.
General Clay Takes The Blame
Ri R v t; l <; v
i. .
. B OeeMa
. am England alti i
i
\\ um Batfjai R
0 \ I Hail).......
';' I ...... T
i Laitj

the i' k
I I .1 tun.
UN ..nn. ha n

k hiding \u ii .i Bcotl a si
: a .i..no ii. v Hut nine ..i -
" C.....m P ii v

r.'
Rtahop
it..,i Wi
. .
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lo with a lav nevei
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lo a speech made by PTeidcrt made In 194!V lot
i nl SUtas troops to B
wh ch the Pn
nhower was partly lo the matt.'
I Berlin bleckade. the first I
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tan bhMl in CplHM Itd.'s hnilrling in Broad Street
uhero a United BfUmUni aartriet will be provided.
QcLhib fiallwg
LADY RANC'E. wif<-
Huten
from Enf-
m .t. "Gitnt4i"
y on Her way i
TUT a holi.l:,> |n UM U K
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Ruborl K.inci-
I'hy-ii iiin -*> mh :
MR DMIIS I EftNAJU IRWIN.
M.R.c.1'. tfngiMd 'i*.
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appointed on three yea<
ment lo the posi of I
Special.-!. Rnrhji i.
pfuL
I :
V l>y kha
Udilr-t Klnxdom and wan aeroiri-
panied ry Mrs. Invin ^n<| thep
'o children.
Mr. Irwln wh.. i- :i.. i
je (jualifled M.RCS. a no
L.R.C.P. in January, 1940. u,
M.B.. B.8., in May 194(1. fron
July 1942 lo DerrmlxM
er*ea m tfc. p^j-i Arrn, u,,,.
Corps leing mftB
n January. 1944.
Since 1946 wfclB
hard fron, thr H.A.M.C.. Mr
rwln worked in We
HoaptUI. England, where till
recently he held ihe pott* of Senioi
Mi*ticai Registrar and Semoi
Tutor, and Medical OlTicer to the
Nursing Start.
Intruntit
MISS r-NU) BKOOKF.S who U
a clerk at the Qaaai I
Office. Ba-'-ieterre, Ki. Kitts, arai
among '."ic intr;msii paj anfjen
fro-n Grenada yeaterdiy morniiig
by B.W.I.A She had been spend-
ing a holiday there and I
her way back home.
Spi-nt Thnv \thnth*
RETURNING to the U.S.A. on
Thurnduy last vin PtMftC
*ioo by b.w.i.a awra Mlai Bunlci
ione. Public Health Nurse of
teooklyn
Eustace Jones. T! had bari
pending three months I
'ho island as Bursts of Mr. and
Mrs. Arlington King of Roraci
vllle". firm. Hill.
While m the Caribbaan, all
J' :"* took the opportunity !.
vl- I Trinidad.
On OWfmW Tmir
J^jJR. C. SPANTON A8HDOWN
"al Assistant Manager Of the
Trinidad Office of the Alcoa
steamship Company who arrrced
:n Barbaioi on Thtuadaj M lefl
for St. Luda b* I'.w \..\. ft b?r<
d.n>
Mi AssMown an
tour of the area and from St.
Lucia will return to Trinidad
thus completing Ml Hght-day
tour. He was a uest at the
Aquatic Club,
ittuk Fmm u.s.a:
MR. JOHN A. PERE1RA who
arrived here recently from
the U.S.A. has been released from
active duty as a Corporal attached
to the 82nd Airborne Division of
the PaiaUaun Unit stationed at
Port Bragg. North Carolina.
John, i- tba am of Mr, .1 N,
Paraira, U Welehea. Christ Church
and Comrms'ion Merchant of
EUckatt Street.
joining Ihe -ervue twO
years ago he wasan the automobile
DUatna with hla elder brother
CarJoa In Long inland
(jjckluil Uunrv
THKRE will be a Cocktail
Dance a', the Crane Hotel on
Monday October 6 in aid of the
COnveOI of the Good Shepherd
from 6 pjn. (o Midnight. A good
public response 1- asked as it will
help d daaarvlng cauaa,
The w\. 1 ;.)ilic.i by
Ml Keith Campbell and his
Society Six.
Mr A Mr. PETER WAY
\Firriiul ) vslviiluy
YBBTKBDAT afternoon at I.0U
t It St. John
\li. Peter Way. son of Mr. and
ol Indian Pond, St.

. illgBtai of Mi.
Ad Mrs. Bmarl el Kynancr,
Worthing. Sussex.
rmony which was fully
f the Kt.
RV, Bl>l:
!. A V Bmunona The bride

01. w. n E. Jehnaon a na .1
.Mi a veil
ma Juliet I Bp Of lul e ..m! 0CaBg4l
ii.'t bouquat was of
^ hi'e r-wes.
il. !..!
I
tulla aval lavender an^
.1 iiu.il'-- of lavender.
bastman feu 10
Mr. David Murray while Ihoaa
of ushers we OBOn, Mr. Douglas Mul-
len. Ji>hn Eggleslleld and Mr.
Onvid Evans.
A raoeptJon * held at Indian
1 ihe honeymoon is be-
:-
S I l.A CA*V Back
Fmm Kn^iUi n il
CAPT. E. R. WILLIAM
Ihe St. John
1 ud Mrs.
WDJlana nnn their rtaughter Miss
returned
' ! by 'he
CialtiU after three months' holi-
day.
Mi William-, who
Commissioner for Girl Guides, at-
tended the Chief Commissioner'-
Conference nt Poxlease while :;
the U.K.
She was welcomed back hom
by a Guard of Honour of Guides
nnd Rangers under Miss E.
Laborde. Commissioner for Rang-
ers.
YisHin? Ri'tatirv*
F.xhihilkm Of ffookMa
AN exhibition of booklets will
be on show In the British
Council Reading Room. Wakeneld,
Whltcpark Hu.id for two weeks
from Monday 6th October.
This series of authoritative
assessments of authors, past and
present, who have influenced their
own and later time* Is printed for
the British Council by Longman*.
Green & Co., Ltd.. the booklets
;.ppear as worthy supplements to
"British Book News." Each Issue
hai I portrait frontispiece and a
select biblioraphv.
Express v llQl'gliail to Inter-
eriOOB student of litera-
ture, and to servo as a full
introduction to the authors treat-
ed, the booklets are excellent
backgrounds to further study.
"No recent project has be?n more
itistifmble and more admirable".
says the Times Literary Supple-
ment, "The Work of chosen au-
thorities, worth their place in the
shelves of every reader."
Rrccnt laauaa include "Shelly"
by Stephen Spender. "Elizabeth
Bowen" by Jocelyn Brooke,
"Milton" b> E. M. W. TUlyard
and "Edith Sitwell" by John
Ijchmann,
Then- are n far 29 titles in the
series.
Ana* /tome
H. HORACE CLARKE of
"Brentford", Belleville re~
lurnad borne during the week bv
B.WJ \ fiom the U.S.A. via
Puerto Riro. He accompanied
his w.fr for a six weeks' holiday.
She I 1 ending tour months with
her num. Mrs. R. Van Exen, of
Brooklyn. New York.
M
MRS. A. K. PAYNE
during Um weak mn
tba 1 B A Puerto Rico on
visit lo her i.l.r^v.
r.l.iim Jemnmlt and
1. ..1.1 brotbai -
Ul-taw, Mr. and Mrs. Johailseon
of Hastings.
Mi Payna who hi a Civil
Engineer and uaduale of
' 1 ,
U.S.A., wraa unable to make ths-
trip owing to praasura of work
BBd hopes to inin his wife later.
I '//'if.//.' /hm, -
T*1IE ADVOCATE SPORTS
CLUB" will hold their dance
tomorrow night at the Drill Hall
under thi- patronage of the Hon.
V. C. Gale, M.LC.
M
A Son
CONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
and Mrs. J. c. Proute of My
lair on Friday last. Mother and babe
are well.
Hack From Studying
R. KEITH MELVILLE pa.
nad by plane on Fridav
hjmthl UnlUd Kingdom anil
New York where he has been fur-
thering ins studies in optics and
has been awarded the Diploma of
Doctor of Optomctrics. Mr. Mel-
ville who ii ihe younger son of
the Rev H. A. Melville, Vicar
Of St Ambrose was trained by
the late Dr. Harcourt Carter.
OptometriX who was hi*, grand-
father.
//fi/yi.v Birthday
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to-morrow. A very happy birth-
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-I M>u OCTOBEB S, iw.-.J
M ND iY ADVOC'ATR
i . i rwiEJ
!7 rut: avau:
The Age of Chivalry
By ft B.
THE brilliant screen version of Sir Waller Scott's
famous historical romance, IVAN Hot: Las luund its way to
Barbados in double-quirk time and is now showing at Ihe
Globe Theatre. 1 am well aware that there are bound to
be differences of opinion and of individual reactions to an
historical Mini of this kind, bin neverthalats, H is truly
magnificent production in which 12th century manners and
customs, modes of thought and patterns of living are bril-
hantlv recreated with infinite attention to detail.
Gardening Hints Farm And Garden ECZEMA
For Amateurs
October i*. Seed-box Time
It'* hardly beJiev-ble. but here
Is October back round ait in. and
oner more we must begin to loo*
over those seexl-boxe>. with j
VI. w t.. getting Uh-i.i In order lu.
seed planting in November.
Thome gardenere who no Ui tor
annual*, will begin looking at fas-
cinating seed-catalogue*, making
hili in-
dulging In dav-dreunit ..-. 1.1 liuu
loveh lh< Burden ! look next
year.
il 1m
the
main plot concerns ,lhe gri UU rtOCjr, make lb
valiant cruude of Sir WiUn.l ... .1 nl entertainment
Ivanhoe to liberate his Mine, grand all
Hhhartl I of England who is held
captive In Ainttrto, and t.. thwart Hkl AKNIROl t.ll
the conspiracy of Prince John to
uiurp the throne of his brother. La; week I >..w a picture Dial
struck nte a* being definitely one
The action is spectacular u the better war Hints.
throughout,'. beginnlnK with Uie liUKAK THROUGH and
jousting in ihe li't.-. when The playing .it the I'Ufa*
challenging knight attempts to With i strong cast
unhorse hi*, opponent by rharg- LMVtd Brian, John
It is not
i>um

i..; .. Novaanher. rome people
m.s i> too earn,. ana
I .1 i;. ,.u.-
L-i.. aanu.nj t>: i.n, r.i>tuui>.
-- --.. .. i. i;.u : lUU.
Well, no tula tai. U laid down
about ii, tor it u> one o, loom.*
It" was i*""utl- U'*I*1"" wii.u. must uc
_ Q^llDIWUN inuAiuuauy lo tin lla>
' I *,?.?!* *"i.",:m;
headed by
Agai and
By AGRICOLA
Plti HEARING
IT has long been recognize*! that no faun animal equal*
m turning food quickly in?.' meat Are we puttin ;
this [C1 to sufficient use in lbr>. difficult times. U I
is no doubt Uiat the hog Is ..nnomieal meat pro
ducin*; animal that the formes or even tl..
Uofortiin#*ly, inniur) outhorH
be unneceeaartty hard on pig banfatrs; brato, U is not um
fault of the piK it 11 li aUowed to Mcial under aqua
i j omditmns m ( ^ (, y lM,Iu.J. to ,,.
......,
' pig about than to bt
on. to ,.nu.umc umtuuketable
Si anaed fo.*i boa
p kitchen.
POULTRY
NOTES
Vov Can Stop Burning
fir,let Jen Qvickly
lustafcwdraptoin D i>
rtcictipilun tpal
ihe i-jJ pi*..- F.-'l how
(OBipi^tiv ibe tiisaavana
1
Ui lli' pu*riful ctnm of
htiiouUunt.huliaf'S^bid
i -4in.
H ijh.l or bkllinli
U DJD.U ptsnpnaa
All m.al^dbk i aU oimb ul
"* Spott Pimpfcv.
gad 1 i*J. Impetigo.
I>crauut:>. Cul. Binn
m Staid* Kp fcilc
M Hk homr. t> .1 Pr
clanuatt rrarysrhcrc.
-rk...
c/i rvomen choose
tmi: tUs* aU i
be .
thi
ttnii
.own. uoxes ii.u.-l US IS'I'P* I
liaiio lo
Uiis job :.iKi
IgflJP.
I htllc tun<
tart getuiifc '
mp down the lists armed with a IVanfc l>>*'".- ; i dramatic,
sharply pointed tilt. Then there,... Uatk wfti P"turciU4 JU, ^
Is the memorable scene of I h*- told In s mi -documentary style! Inuil reuay
storming of TutqulUtone Castle by with Army mm sequences In-
ihe Saxons, at mad with their rtOd to great effect. Scd-boxer> sbouid nevci be big
bows and, arrows, who overcome .clumsy uu.g* ui-. BMHbin -
thr Normans, albeit the latter The plot concern'- Uu trauung1 ol inouiu lo OU uicin. DepUi i>
Jiavc the advantage of such of .in rtmciican lnlaiilry platoon, unnece>ai>, Mi uie >..wtt
weapons as the cross-bow, sind lollowed by its participation in, roots an tanj i
hurl tons of rocks over the walls the Normandy landings the deadly u. BUM -uini.i aaas an
of th.- castle on their adver- battle of the hedgerows, as tho, that wnen *owi. in.j -i. spniiK.e..
saries. And tinally, there is the c.Ts literally "crawl" across too on IM HHriac* go toe wbow
deadly duel (ought with i spiked country, and the unal capture of ol the suil ui HM box it- availaol*
mace and jii axo, between St. Lo. lot Ma rotMB.
DeBois-Cuilberi and tvanhoe Tne bust type oi .*eed-bok .- .
that leaves one breathlessly There is no mawkish scnli- light box measuting about lour
wondering how anyone survived mentality in this tUm, and tha Inches Oatp oy 12 uicii'^s wioe u,
this type of combat. men of the platoon are charac- 24 Inches nog. Boon
terlsed so th.i*. we know them uw tdvantaaa ot loqssVti
Complex (haractcrizauons are w,nthcu hopes and fears, toy- gowil tmouni U pofl to till H, MMi
not expected In such a fUro and jines and friaodahlps and their a| being oastlj UandlaO. It -
the majority <(f the charactem are reaction, under the emotional often necessary to ruov.
real and we see tbr valiaiice of lvanlioe. lh.iiaclers -ire a Ueutoaant, mon BUn, ui they may be getting
who it still the idetl knight, in ,jhn Agart a hard-bitten lnfan-i,^ jnuch gun, Ol they r
his iiusade for his king; the self- lly taptain whose emotions arc Ilp (,' fivni ihaitoi il baaVj raw
, Ol Isaac and Hel>ecca1 who we\\ hidden (David Brian) and a Ibxoatam. In all
though Jews and treated ..s ti;,nu-wi^c sergeant (Frank Love-. clC}. the small '' I
sourn
lntldeU. give ail
ransom Richard;
Ivanhoe's father .
the Normans;
Viciousnoss of Pr
tremp anti-semitism
orders his court
tbaj Have to toy), wuh the latter as modera- i,,u.u aa*U> h mud
the hatred of lor w hU scidor oUiceis. have. The small seed-Uox U
Sir Cedrlc Tor 'rne acting is ot a higli standard d|fcW a decided BdvaOUja when
the cunnins throughout, as are production the ume comes t.. pl.mi out Ilia
,ce Jobn*s ex- values and photography. Realistic coedluigs lor the box OBO be laken
when he Qiaiogue and martial music boih| (0 the aarnssTi bad. and Um
pnoounce lua,(t. their separate eonirlbutioiis j lings lifted and planted one at
Rebecca n witch, and the arch- w u dramatic
VlllaiQJ of DeBois-tiiiiU*!-!. who
ptomises freedom for hanhoe's
father on condition that the
.iiiendeisatid than (m-
Slr t'edru- ui the
ftf nlin.
JKKSKY JOlt: vs. KOCKY
MAKCIANO & TARZAN
draw
Th- cast if probably
most notable ever
of the
bled,
Ume. so sufleriiiK less hardship
and shock than il they had ail lo
be taken ui>. put m basket and
then wait their turn to be plnnted
,out.
The big draw at the Plaza,] The tafl (or BUtofl the fceed-
jindgctowii Is the Hint of tho boxes should be u mixture ol
woild heavyweight cliampiouship garden mould. DM ODai
AgjM between Jersey Joa Waicoti B i,ui<- Hnd That! tbre- ln-
and Rocky Mai-ctono. All thlr-lufertimt* (mould |>redMiiiiu.tiiiR)
kotBOa honouis going to the Ipen rounds aie ghown in daUll.!should be mixed lUgaMiai Bad
men. As hrBStboa, Robert Taylor ^^ ()[)lv fr()in rmgside, but from Bjfted making a line light and
ronvinniihb I""' ay. the id'-;d- .,||n 1|H> .,, .. ., .t.it blow-by-'1>orou, mixture foi the lixes.
tn.d Imbue the young knight. lllow_w,ih the lluai knock-out asl After a layer of sinm- has been
Joan fAwitaiiie plays Rowena. his U(ill w blmv ,nill floored'put , n,e bottom of the box's
faithful sweetheart, and though Marci4in m the lUsl round. In thcy should be filled with this
she is an excellent actress I sun fXQW niolloll. Its good light and miXtre. Allow i! to settle and
had the impression thai she waa certainly won't want to miss .,, nU up again.
of the 2'Hh century, ulthough her
eoatoM denoted the 12lh cen- i Shelter of aonie kuid should b
tury Th,- same is true-but to a The feature film is TARZAN'S provided lor the seed-boxes, lor
<<.,: degree of Elizabeth Tay- SAVAGE FURY in which the|after planting il Is dish...
lor. who is warmly appealing us iu,lSle bubo had adventures to have Uie seeds washed away.
Rebecca, the exquisil" beauty galore. The story revolve* around or seedlings beaten down by a
doomed to sorrow. The supporting two English crooks who persuade sudden shower.
cast contains such names at Fin- Tarxan to lead them lo the dan- If there is no open shed or
ley Currie as the gruff but g.rou* Wasun tribe, who uso a verandah available under which
cmdlv Sir Cdiu. Kn lyn Willi- fortune in cut and uncut dla- to put the seed-boxes, shelter
am* as the fester Wainba. Felix mondii for their various cere- mu-l be rigged up on the boxes
Aylmcr as Isaac the Jew and monies. Charging rhinos, a black [themselves. This is done by iisd-
loM
trancing of trying Mc-
a litter. I was delighted
discovered that he w.
contemplating
' Og me~
Basse in an
open rui:
beta I
would b e
soaked
through and
i aceaaa smel-
ly and would
also be a
"f damp to his pullets.
The purpose ol lillei In .. Uyinc
pe is to insulate the ban from
now therefore never put litter
in tn pan, bin ottbj a dry ao*
closed pern
put in dean 1Mb i when
>u plane your puUeta la ihe
beuai .-ii yi.u natd to do la to
keep adding Idler everv three oi
: 'in Awk l.M.-pt for the drop-
ping pens and any parti Sfmek
. i aeomc net, there I m
lean the litter more than one
rar. But you n
the taohowl in m
litter ttoe not becOTOf lllgMai
down or caked on to the ffrun
Especially asnaad feed hagB^an
and wao | m buisI a"ii
lake care and folk the UttBf up
wet litter Hcmm. it .,
It is penny wis.. poui
u. spend money on good barcU.
and gil feed and then It
potential money oarnei '.hrough
bad sanllaUon, If you are gt>ing
to for iMiuHry-kcep.il,; the scicn-
tiiic way you cannot afford to
Ignore bask farts The ocd) way
to make poultr) kei pJ
to follow a carefully loo
plan Fortunately you don i bavg
U) Ihn.k this plan Out for .wursclf.
You just have to follow the ad-
vi.c which i- contained Id taaaa
..il will 1^. i ||
many of tin njtfaus which beset
the Bioatem
Um
is
da
Ceorge Sanders and Robert
punt
an-eatlng
ocodilcs and .big a short upright stick to each
Douglas, the screen's two master irate hippos all make the safari corner of the box and placing a
villains, as DeBois-Gutlbert and ,, pretty dangerous affair, but cover on top of ihe four sticks,
nil companion In wickedness, Tarxan manages lo get the party thus forming a roof over th'
Sir Hugh de Bracy. Last, but through, only lo have the crooks seedlings heads *. rule the side;
never least. England's tine actor, reveal their true colours, where- are still quite open. 1 his. cover
Norman Wooland as Richard the upon he outwits them and saves U not kept on all the time, but la
Lion Hearted, whose spOctaculai the diamonds. put on at the ilrst sign of rain,
entrance at 'he end of the film is and token off again when the
the focul point of ;i brilliant, Lex Barker. Dorothy Hale and weathPr dears. It is wise too to
colourful pugeamrv scene. Pt'ic Knowles head the cast cover thc < ^ tun-down Is
with youngT^my Oo-letoiiasalcase of rain dunng ,h(. nighi^ ; mvr. ,ulvit ., |ot of un^Mmry
Outstanding photography. anew jungle boy. larzan oeiier rf,member to take the cover oT .i^,,,,^ |,v adopting It. But don'I
highly effective musical score look to his laurels in about ten ,n lh(. n,OI,un(( j the weather U iol it g& wet or matted and if it
and fine acting, together with a yeais time! ^ Ine. flVMB take It
It is true that conditions in Bar-
bados are not ihe lan > .. coodl-
Uons in other countries where
nearch work mtoi poultry ke-pin^
is carried on. and for this reason
thc advice of the local vet ought
to he asked whenever you feel in
need of ittCfl advice. But don't II
ten to thc uie? of those who ha<
bull' up then knowledge of poul-
try keeping by refusing to tollow
.hi. udvice but Ihelr own You
call keep ordinary hens like that
but if you spend money on good
breed birds, good feed, good sani-
tation and uoud management rimi'l
listen to the amateur He ma> lie
right but Ihe chances are thai he
doesn't know because he i>
prouu to seek information f ooi
the right aourca.
I am hunimering home this
point because all of us in Uu ba-
dos suffer from this "know-all"
bump We just cannot believe
that we were not horn with f. ctll-
Ugf Which make poultry kaeping
come as naturally to us as lifting
i>ur elbow*. So we have to be
reminded by our nu.slukes thai we
dont know quite as much as we
i thought we did.
I Megasse is an excellent litter
'the best there is for insulatuiK
floors in Barbados and you will
with meat prices
a i* ell-kept pi ;
much an Basel a- bbj asni i
tit anuud, eapactoll} undei
oi lanlc condition
to continue Trie ton
> Is fully ju-titled hi rela-
t |. ag n k thei-.f..i the
fai it'*, business to see thai, by
aarvful managemenl. this charac-
i i- tn.niitained at a hiah
mv if tin- Kiv.it.-.! and '"" '
in able waifM gains are to ho
re. aed par unit uf food eun-
sun-ed. This is of parliculai aT)
. .. .iiin.il- aie bBto|
i. **d to. nuvket. With beeed
U^i stock, wlnlr the BSaig object
is sv'l'> to ni-.nii.un animals to a
JtoaJ hjr and thrifty conditioi
feed an.i atfnBjanwnt inual la
in eted Bfalnal b tondancy t"
Lit'. The treatment of Ihe
hrecii-ng animal will, therefore
wan t n that of one primarily!
tor ilaughtar,
Kxpi'i need laiiiuis know ill.'' I
if Bread tag sows are all
bocoir.e too f.ii. they may fail U
baaed ragul-.riy. Uu- lit""*, ar
likely to be small
!,, 4 (he oh). I VMW,
iiioi. uiituui |0 liuUiiUi While
mttatUog hog mi eoj
B ..i ,. ba I'.i ..>i..-i.i'i.^'i.
, of stai.ii> food, in-
cluduiK corn, ih, breading ai
I be allow
tei measure of frcedun.
xcrcua i ..-1 a i
en pnppiemenUi ( ratio
rich in protein and mineral in-
gredients. These two i Ian
vci' much needed In &
. Bhto .*tnmil.ite the null
Ma wUhii is fuitlui assiated by
i ratal hHi
i. ,i lackote to be turned
paatum the)
I i( I!.. .
thgan Iroao dBaaagtasj ihe rooi
Ive looimg. An idnBl
..., ., .., ihe ....
ony house and paddock gyatotn '
'II.. mveiiient houses are so
i hey can ba th.
vani itad (si Baaanttal for pK1
at bII limes) and moved around'
ddock to iwddiN-k lo pel
. io i. eetoMbai n nil
i ti. irsBtotanaaea of propaj
sanitation Hreeding animals so
roanaged adJl kaap in bettej health
in i, Iran
\^ ; ... | pj l-ii,| | too lim-
led for this method, the oil i
SVlrtem Bliould I* pi... tired That
is to say green fodder should b>
tul and) fedtornae BUdl
tops, (uatetnala or Para grasm_are
DDD PRESCRIPTION
KKK.I' COOL
kill' t'KKSII
nsr PBAGSANT
Dw'i
LIMACOL
ffOntaVff StAP
The Suap that leavusi
you eli'aii. fresh and
cool in ;iny wtdtbaT.
Gord ' |
Suaerta] antosBSsI
aanaa) *
Ami have* ifcnglilfli nsgnsM
I
ui tlkul'-^ lo dan* all oUniiniev J
aed ia
.u
.i.
Pan
^a
giatr * very murh i-ellsfied. aa
well as black-eye |ieu vines an '
other legumes. Green food par
eanaUanas is hmuahad bv the
(Unit k.....en .^ I'i nine- on.
of the richcM m protein of tin
nee to be founl In these
i not eomnmn BQ
thli. toland We write f'm
. .dr., Of this woli-
deiiui plant on the milk Don of
U,U p g: in I dairy cattle. Youni!
chickens U> lOvOUl it freely when
cut add hung in hunches wheie
they can Jump for it. Uotortun-
.iriv. it dom not thrive andei
vary dry londitioiis and
i. : ;
establishment. Btocn-ownei ol
,11 classes should make
lance f tin uaaful
... i plant bni ,
i ,..-.. srho ".
,,. i ii then yards. The De-
partment of Agriculture O the
Civic Circle could. DO doubt, Ik>
able |0 hell,
Opening
Oet(*er
A new Fabric
Shop In tho
heart ol the
shop pi n u centra.
An international stock
oi Silks, Linens. Taffetas.
Nylons and Cot tone
I nfjlish IttmIi. Sn-iss in nl
# a a ml in a nnatvrialm
SHOPPING AT SAHELY'S new Broad Street Store
will delight you il only because you will Invariably
lind what you want I
Get. Sahely & Co. fin) Ltd.
i LADYLAC PAINTS
I.ANCASTREUM 6 ft. wide It $1.40
..ml 27 inn. wide ru 53c per yd/
BARBADOS CO-OP.
COTTON FA CTOB Y f- TO.
m m
A WIDE RANGE
OF LOVELY PATTERNS
TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME
CONGOLEUM SQUARES
3 YARDS X 4 YARDS
3 YARDS X 3i YARDS
3 YARDS X 3 YARDS
2 YARDS X 3 YARDS
2 YARDS X 2i YARDS
CONGOLEUM-by the yard
9 ft., 6 ft., 3 ft. and 27 ins. wide
also felt base
THE CORNER STORE


I' \i.i i di i:
M MI\V \li\l>( \||
I MIU. IK llil'.l i: 3. US2
(;0()DBYE INDIAN TOUR Yesterday's Cricket
TO WEST INDIES
Intercolonial Yachting Ami
Iktsketball This Week
by a S. COtHh
TRBRI M ,\rr> mtht.ttmn in Wrst Indian H -.11
I
ee*BgBj lost week
fiom It .: p i
Board of Control "in, saying thai the Ind f tha H
miaht f.'ill through unl< uggegled by the
Indian Bo Wt get authorities.
India' patch went on to quote, wu that there should
|aj | H-: aftai men Te*t match and i- a
I -1 11 en Tail match.
'led thai if the Indian Hoard did not receiv ., reply DI
B m tune for .i meeting of tin- lloarn on that II would
be assumed that the proposals had not bevn .. i i
WHAT C MKKK !
THIS unntata check" ami a
constitute*, the most anmtng rtUmpla of imlilTrrence that has
to my knowledge, ever
|| Imperial erldnt
The u km Board ol Central hava not
their rap n -ndi but I am certain that thr
Board will tit.:.
the many other preposterous one* thr Inrtinn Hoard ha? been maklru
i'H during iiii- couraa ('i Ihe negotiations.
t-hnngc or amend .!.< list of fixture* n
than Inn lo be flown to London so that
ike sharnshlp COI bacauaa of their havinK
' lie.wing thur Test commitments with Pakistan.
W.I. MAT LONG S1H.IKW
T'llE WIST INDUS I.OAItl) OK C'OtVritOl. have already informed
the Indian Board thai tha tour might result In a tea ol
rupees or ($18,000 B W I I rather than mak- roOt.11
:. ,i Hoard nan then a* lot iri(.diflration thai
are bound to Increase expense!* and restrict lha
, i ded as supreme indifTerence
tham to pun hours aacn and
we plaved in India live-day Tests of six hour.- each. W, flayed in
. en on SUNDAYS, the da? on wfclch thr Master himself
rested, ami now the West Indies arc bring told that the Ind
i three days, and thev will m the*"!

TIRED! WELL STAY AT HOME
THE PRESIDENT h.. d .i* saying Ihnt the Indian team
Is tired. If they ar tin I than Uu so and stay at
home. V. | 1144.800 UN then
r
Tin Wi>t Indlag Crlckal Board ol Control have d
.,s i mi undai ind lo ma I on i of tin
me thai lha Board
R
It is not thai the Indian leeni ha exact!) '"* hi
tour ol England and we could scarcely be accused of boaMing if wa
I our own resutti al can tout I I
NO MORK PISHING AROUMI
WE wen- accorded thr unwritten right to challenge Australia lot
''" i i but not dlagrae
I (oil | any logical reason why Dflntt ourselves to
n I lickel Board "' Control sh< uid not beg lo b<
Indian low i
ttnuath md. Mv advice to the
INTER! OLONIAL TORN AIM! TOVRNFY
1BI u efcft lha Tornadoes good waalhei and goi -.....ng when inc
,; Tornado I an
on Tuoad f '
. sixth member la due today.
The r hard practice In
preparation to ",l hth and lina] i 'hi- morning and the
team wJ after.
TWO CERTAIN A THIRD TODAY
SINCE the thra iHwls to reprrscnt Barbados ".I ba chosen on the
points gained during the Trial race-. Vamoose which heads the
list with N .tn'- neU and drll aooi in a Una-up with *:>
points nett will le two of the three.
Todav's result* however will decide UlC keen -t.ugale that has
been obtaining tor third place. ftiry 3H potato, Thunder 37 points and
Comet 35 points are Ihe candidates.
Barbadians can be found here, there and everywhere and it is not
surprising that twh members of the Trinidad Tornado team are Bar-
It i "Frankb I K'""- I have
always hailed sport on an Intercoli nle] level regai i ( Hit branch
ol sport and these yachtsmen should he congratulated In having suc-
cessfully arranged for flic return tournament.
f It lH
, ( i.l IT OFF.
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TOO
TIE series of Intercolonial Basketball games which begins 00
Tuesdaj Ocl :.. I al Uh V U I" ... iist-s to be ver>
intrusting. The team I '">' against Ihe
Caiib Bear ll ' md one and should giv- a good accoun"
of lhainealvi 11 lha jroungar players can ovi re >me their stage fright.
The Bear, have iii their ranks some of the. top names in Trinidad
basketball and their speed and ball !!
lie local players game.
Although the Trinidadlans have been playing on concrete for
the past three seasons, thr Y.M.P.C. court is in first class condition
and the chat dd not Ik- too difficult lor thi
chits
*-a^nKi(r. an donal ol uniforms bj I o through their local
M. Jooaa f. Co., Lid. i"d a painting of the
QrsjM Baacb U being donated bg Mi *' L Hurlaj ol stuthelyde to
... *
Thr Hr t match begins on Tuesday Oelober ' when the C'arih
Bears will plaj Jfci
Carlton XI, Wedi Ocl ir 8 the first test rrid.iv October 10 Ihe
Carlb Bears will mart the Haiifson CoUtrt loam. Saturday October
II. the s i H .i . i > ber 14 the thud and linal test.
GOLF TEAMS NAMED FOR ANNUAL MATCH
The i.i i regular fixture on the i'Jo2-5S chedule will be piaym
at the itoeklev Coif and OOUBtry Ctttb aMnOri IW when tlie men's
learn DM* In UM annual Battle of Uw BrtHa, Twlva
players will represent each side in lw*'lvc-hole singles matches. How-
ever, the players will start in fours, two matches being pln>td
Mi R Vkuner, tha I dkM1 captain, miii have with her Mrs.
;iend.i Wil > Ml. K. A. .1. |)i.r..n
Beaslev. Mrs Vera Manning, Mrs. Eileen Maskell. Mrs. Peggy Smith.
i irMea i art laadBga i
-inn.ui i nvt tmhuri if
no wkhet] *
A uloi
Warren and Ga
Queen's Park yesterday gave
I'arlton an even chars
key gan."
their match began yesterday.
Warren 41 and EdghiU. I
carried the Carlton se>,
for nine wiefcets to IN at 3.10.
II was indeed a grand partner-
ship, coming at a a when <
tori badly needed the rui
m n v%.1* .1 |. .

it for on
In marked with confi-
< ik'-heariedness, and


due tribute.
EdghiU. playing at times with
and hitting at

Umea Ufta lUI Harrl ovai lha
1
was a H If, EdghiU
hit hard and high, the t
Ing over tha let
and the t|
umpire's head at square leg about
- iv to the bomi |

Barbados all rourHHi Cl/dt Wai-
cotl who
fr-m England, arrived at the
. hi. wife.

the pavilion tho i
gave him ing hand
plaj n 1 d wlH bat
next S-.li. |
Carllon won the toas
on thr
Wicket. R.-ynold f.\Chb
Ciarlie McKenzle opened
ting, while Frank King and
. eerheadad the Spartan
atlnek
.i single m the
i lllpa concc led smgli-s in the
Fbui in balli In the last
ball i.f the .,-er. i
..rui bOW .- lo. IWO,
with three i uni on thi
i Hul
carried In ari to M whan
i .
tiaiin the second Carlton wi.ket.
Boogies Will...
tarry on the nnings but he and
Hutchinuin did I
together. With only six added to
King claimed his first
vtetlm of the day wh<-
. full] ippa tied I - t Lb
i Mutchinson,
Three Cai Iton wM l
fallen In ntv* under the
and only
en i ored
Young !' lutchu
WllMama, and \h>- two batta I
l'hn with
(he score at 38. the Black Rock
team suffered great back
Boogies Williams was run out for
'i Ha rut UMlshly off a leg hreuft
from it. k Bowi
tha wicket Atk u who
Ing ..t point and might hava made
i eaten f it if ha had pwvag ut
time, picke-i it up t i i bounce and
iir.-w in wi-ll t.. the Wlckat-
haapai who broke the stumps with
W lliams standing in Ihc midrdlo
of thr wicket,
It was a severe los* for Carl-
ton, and it now remained for
Pap] p Hutchlneon and E. w.
"Heads" Marshall to pull the ,
team out <.f tin i |
lioth batarnon snicked fours
through the .'lips off King, but
ltd down to
. s^ary for
ll Thvv HW '
past BO. Marshall back drove
Atkins for 4, punched him off the
i
I .:'..
in 85.

Skipper Wal-
OOtt brought on King f->r hi:
third spell.
thai change came a heavy
Shower, and in the second ball.
Marshall was bowled
fag tt> drive Ihe pace i '
made 20 Including 3 lou
ket, were
87 runs, and Carlton were de-
hill part
i H lehlt and prompM

nan over Ihe lea Interval wn-
taken with the core at 94 for >
wickets. Peppy Hulehinson w>
ited with so.
King bowled the i
md conceded . single,
' ovci from N.
I dghill was adJlfBid
LEW, by Umpire Walcolt. Six
were down f Warren |olned Peppy iiutchln>n
who had batted well nil day.
; luck attended Carltoo
whan with h i 10011
>n i|as run out while
attempting a quick sini'l,
"huh Warren pushed to an.rt
It was a quick pick up by
Phillips who returned over the
bails at the wicket-keeper's end
. Smith to whip off the
Smith did a quick bit of
Stumping asrj over t .
dismbu Cox who had loaned
md Car.ton had no*
lost (heii eighth wicket lor ion
Phillips relieved King at the
Weymoulh end. and knocked OUl
l tiitre "tump with the
.11 of the <>\
were down for 107. and Edglnll
the last man in glided Ihe aeXI

lie lifted Harris to deep lung
on for 2. and
for single. Warren
Phillips for thn i an
H.
cover tor i lo put the scpn> at
Frank Ring dropped Ughin .t-
long on with the icore
This batsman later swept Phil-
lips for 4, and next over Wurr i
late cut Boweti for 4. He punched
I-. F. Harris to ,..
tor . and pulled the
full Ditch for a on the Una. Bowat
h "tt Warren at mid oil

wagging
Edghill lift.,I Harrii f. r 6. and
pulled bun for another four when
ill .Ind the
ball went on to thi' !>.,:,
The score renehrd ISO tin
Ing spiritedly into the
tugging Spartan attack. The ball
was knocked into an oblong, and
different ball had to be used.
N.xt over EdghiU again raised
Harris Into lha trees, and m xt
bull, ha lifted him (01
on the off side, the bat swinaSna
. ut Of his hand to square leg
Again he lifted Harris
I ut Bovren put down a dolly. Tho
Boora was ]~0 and Warren hit oj>-
pishly between cover ami \!ra-
cover. but Walcott and Harrison
both missed Ihe difficult catch.
The iwo had pulled I BrltOO
oul of the nil Thej btt with easy
and regularity, t iking
the en Hm
Held.
h r Phuupa came back
Into the sttack, and Warren
gtanced alegantl* (or 4 to put the
More at 183 Spartan bad COCO-
I tl
RACI\<; NOTES
/A ///. \ ll\l II I
WITH i
k on exercise mornings.
*>f course i .-acecourse has not U \
and sand track and dirt* track -xerclm- have been the order of the
day. but nevertheless man> of the local stables are beginning lo step
mount .d work given their charge*. The actual ran track
v looks in magnificent condition and la supporting a
luxuriant grow-.h .i to us,
.' .
long the ittable* already in residence at the Paddock
is thr string presided over by Jack Fletcher. Although a comparative- :
ty recent recruit lo the i bjah has already more than '
made his mark and his hor.se-> stamp of being
h-oked after by one who knows the business from A to Z. I have >
been particularly lmprs Stirling Dl \ month ago this
waa a clumsy backward Blly wtn November!
could OQU on the grounds that u would be valuable ex- '
tor her. No* she haa anapad op t.t .. rananrkabla degree and
i doing all that is asked of bet la most promising style.
Sb k likely to be still backward by November, but she will certainly '
"peless case should .ill go will with her.
Working with Burling Dawn at present is Coiombus who seems
fully recovered from his rln-viaus setbacks ai I
u this horse and Tcer-
tainl> ex] lalden certlgcati N ambej Also In .
, is the disappointing Darhan
I is'.cntly asserts. Is good
i rlnl anythii g al i x< Mi.se. but does not give of her best
on race di lBnt tpeed was evident in her |
August peifoimances, may
i No big slat.'. .kriy in he [
fact, and In Notonite J ICR has something Ol B problem. This |
game oh: -ing his best, but he
handled with pal and we maj look forward with
a good deal of hot onawance to hit ev ntual recover]
Thc (i have had in training
lor many m'elit .: potential WUUMra. Pepper Wine
ik cut out in Bl but she is looking very well and
might i. acted on Handicap Day. Chutney and Cardinal
must both have excellent chance* In F Class. The former is not a
tec (to put it mildly i, but plenty of races have been
and his two-year-old performances
leave no doubt as to his potential class. Cardinal looks fit and well
and may I progress thnt so many O.T.C. colts and geld-
ings Often nc appears to me to be the one 10 t-eat
in F Class. The fourth member of thr string is thr lovely UHal
iA-lflwoodcertainly far in a way the best looking Pawky that I hav.
seenwho Is going great guns al exercise and look full of speed.
The big Chase stable <-onlains plenty of talent. Landmark [
going well and max repeat her tnumph in the mile and hair race, but .
in Mrs. Bear thev have an excellent second string who showed b>
her running in August that no i >"'' ber and who mud
:ter this time. Collrlon was distinctK unlUCSJ laat
rowls beaten In his first start.
He seem rnlahap and should be a fore*
kooed with. The cone!
have My Love II stag*
hej. lebul If) Love 11 gul
shows atgrui ol bet long lay off but Aolous) hei hall
Cracker Jack nai unproved greetly and although I am stilt not an-
. were to
turn out lo ikivi quite i Uteful
Hup* i
m two Hai an of this string
nd lha fact thai B > mile makes her an i
ad win. His utihcr grey TTlmbroob I
too and should have IHIIIlfllail from her last appearance, while Vectis, |
i tntle (brl lire I prompt demotion Into C. should btl
i-ery much better horao than she was in August. Lower down in thr
ktlon we find March Winds and Viceroy. The former is a
tint borae In his daaa, whilst tiir lattar/g chance of winning a
messed, bj his owner, as about equal to Ui
it cricket club winning the first XI competition. In
pplta ' thli oi eel of tooUgnattoa among
the marnbera or Ihe said Club, I would not like to say that it was not
reasonably accurate,
I have already commented favourably on the general condition,
of the Bourne rtrli hq need to change mj opinion Indeed i
It IS a matter of | me that I was to,, late on t
C Air perform. His owner, better equip-
ped Hum most to follow his charge's progress round '
formed RM that be was Bl .:), |be way he went, and I am
ture that ba nill be i rerj grew In his class. Aim Low.
Twinkle and Contralto comprise the Massinh stable at MM moment if
one dlgeounui the imclgartfled Little Ifegdale, Mr, Lou l
big black Blly Contralto ll making g.^xl progress and will, one hopes,
compensate him for the performance of her hall -islet Twinkle looks
wrll and if she complete* her preparation without mbhap, should
have the G class at her mercy.
Space forbids ihnt 1 should comment on the other stables in this
Ween notes, but I shall try to do so next Sunday. I should conclude
howavi i l.v pointing OUl that by do means all the work is being done
at the brack and news has reached me of stirring doings in the countrv
wtiera training appears to be fraught with l certain amount of per-
sonal charge-, to riders and trainers alike. Unfortunately I was not
hen the incident to which I refer took place but If I am
missing from the track next week, vou wil mo nt a
I hrlst Church plantation whence I hope to i
blow by blow deai rlpaou,
M.
1 .
AtweO ind
ljidy Annette Dangan.
Mlaa atargarel Ward
The man's team will l>r composed of J. O'l) Egan. Richards
Vldrner, Wllllan Atklnaon, n. <;. Dayah, John Rodgtv. L. J. Maskell,
I nlni Bellamy, K A. Benjamin. Lord Dangan, A. W. Tempro H V
King and P 1) UcDw
During the past week averal mibltloui challengeri i
t.mpts to dimb Ihe ladders, but onl) one nat.....led. That was in
King. pi.iMttg her usually stoadv game.
'"' Dpplng .. hole to her opponent, defeated Mrs. Smith, and
moved forward toward the leaden who at the week-cm] were, m
Ihe order named. Mn, Wilson, Mrs. Vidmer. Mrs. BrasUy.
In the men1 CU \ n. Igan failed 10 displace Bayley. hul
Menj.tnun atlvanced as bie nt.ult Of wsdjtovei when Gcotlrey
Manning fniled to accept his challenge. Bellamy made an UO
fill effort to displace Dayah al the top of Class ll. while Stanton Topjiin
turning Im.-k a challenge from Jim Kellman, after
Ine extr i holes
Mi Teanpro and Mbe Atw.n staand something of ,t i
in their match With Mis. Teiupru challenging, thew pi
R> I lie TWO days I iter they met again and one m
all even, struggling through the last (out holes m ;, .
bot Tiny met lor the third tune
-" Ft is and for tin- thmi tune wen and of nine holuj,
but on lha lirst extra hole Miss Atwell won the hold her position.
run later. Phi)!:,.
i" run oul Warren, Edghill
pulled N Bai
l'g for 3. and the Carlton in-
nings eanie to ., dose next b.tll
when Phillips i aught Warren in
ra at I8.
Warren had scored 41. and Edghill
rarrled his bal for an ui
44 includlr : l1 fours,
J runs.
i ai thi
ind K Walcotl and At-
kins scored 6 runs without loss
it foro tn< lii'cessfully
lha poor light
vTANDKRSES v. HARKISON
OHXEGE AT THE BAY
n.iniM.,1 Collage ut Innlnss ltil
Wangarerg i.i inning (for
two wick ft* > ........... 3g
A grand third wickrl partner-
hip, productive of III runs bc-
tween Id Sen Beedhry and
Opening bnuman Emmaii Hope
tnablc-d rssvrlton Collage to collect
JB4 runs in thur match against
Wanderera at thr Bav
Reg Mohan Weal Indies
h froro England
stoic the bOWlIng .'uuiours foi
Wanderers with a bag of four for
n in .. peH of nine overs, foui
or winch were maidens. Wander-
en have so far collected 38 runs
for the loss of two wickets.
After two wickets had fallen
With only 2\ ,uns on the lin>, Mr.
Neadley and fl|M. eame together
In thud wicket partnership
which took the score to 107 at tea.
vuih Mr. llcadley M ami Hope 37
"\ ,1 re,rertively. After tea,
VJ1,-V Z5 oored when
Mope w-u outbowled by left-
hander St. Kill fur 47 runs.
Afwi Hope*! dismissal, there
was a steady procession of bats-
men to and from the wicket and
which up to then seem-
ed in College's favour took a turn
in Wanderers favour. Then Roy
Marshall came on to bowl and a't
onre had the batsmen in trouble
Hope 47, Hewitt 13.
Morris 14 and Mr. Heaaley 73,
On pace 5
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SUNDAY. Ot TOBKK 3, ISi.'
MMBA1 ADVOCATE
PAGE MM
OCT. 5 NO. 244
The Topic
of
Last Week
Second Intercolonial Tornado yES7mmr's c/amET 8_? <>**?
Tournament Begins Tuesday
Whan Jo- and H,*^ ,*,.
**rly on Friday morn
3a*ytr2K$BSj
At i m. Houa. dMdtd
if *** the isiandi pUti
Bui M f*w .,. .fcJSS,
tSajan. nh^undrrrtind
Tl"" Ilka l.. do IhlMI
Tot prr'e-rt m.^
Foea/cHiiia many a *ui boat
ViVi|i|i(
lass
Vrfartlor. u
All IMnf. .fir, ,in,ui>|P
Com* from ihr num>n mind
o hoy. If_ChriM CTurrh la.. .
rp .-. m m.i.
if you .till M Wwlldarrrt
Vnur >M .III uniki > inm ''<
On* fellow .-id Ike (btMrtn
Htinuld flr.1 ...mmaiuj tha .,.'-
.r what rou do to children
"* to posterity
Aiurthrr prudant (allow
**ul 11 h. waa ii.* boa.
Had aaa all tha old people
Eat l-lra with Sp*>-U1 laiir*
Anothar aaid ha'd invada
"Tha island"* traaauiy
And fiv* tn* populMKMi
About *i day* of praa
Thla Li tha way I'd Mart
I'll mate all tha old people
F**t ran- ftad a' haart
Thatr food to
And all i
Thai can. art daub with
Id five lham all a bonus
To buy lhair J at B
And all who are- not worM.
And In dee-paratr lead
I'd diva them a few Hon.
To buy a llltl* ft-ad
And all tha prMty nudata
That llnfl* on rod tap*
That vary and ant nutoni
From thi. I WOT
And boy*, when -11 U An
o ** .1
sponsored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
THE Second lntcrcolutu-ii Tun.ado Tournament be-
.urbados and Trinidad will be sailed in Carlisle Bay
tin-, week bagtaning Tuesday afternoon at '.i o'clock and
ml i H morning.
moi ntnsL ttve members of the six-man T
The
i.ther member, Kogcr Hartley-Booth, will arnvt to-da\.
rhanr vaohta TK ft, TK 47 and Skipper (TK 4n rnlvi
to-night on board the Dutch liner WlUemstad.
oe captained by Mi. E 1.
fad tm to arrive yagtcrda:. Vamoose, partnered by his son
sere R F Trankle- Ma>ers. Tonv.
(fter King (two !;.,r- The will be live raceB-^f in*
1""" AI** Retinie, John tournament to be
Wed need IJ TftllTSlSBj. IM-
itunlay. and an op-n
i .*.rlM I,'-IMl > i to be sailed on Sund-v
Urn ..i 'Ns aftornoon after the morning.
local wason which wUl take Th- Am taurMmaflt ew bald
lace during the morning. It srUl at 1
won the series to carry oil
n Trophy unit Vamoose
won the V. Uc Limn Trophy In
.Mifiition to thes* two trophies,
there Is also a prize awarded to
the boat completing tha fastest
lap. This in ire b presented by H.
Jason Jone ft Co., Ltd.
Fur tn coming tourn-n at,
the Tnnldad Pairs will be R, F
Hayai aan IVtci King sailing
TK. 45. Paul Tennyson and John
'iling TK. 47 ag|
Hartley-Booth and Alex R-1 in-
sailing Skipper TK 48.
Discussing the chance* ol the
viMiii.K team, skipper Mayan
saw his team is handicapped b
Lha tad thai in Trinidad 'hey
do not have Tornado racing, but
they will endeavour to give of
their best ; gainst the local
> alchsmen.
He said that in Trinidad there
an- only IK. ToniMdo iMXBts. two
of whbBB an owned hy the Trini-
u-u kTaehl Cluh and artUci an
ranad OOt, one owned by an
Engllsrimaii and another by Roger
Hartley-booth. The other which
Lfl owned by Mr W K Brydan
><*t tn-ti t.iunched
ftaaUdad ore hopiiift
that as soon as there an
antl) ptivata owned boats of this
Class to i-i Tiifii.Kto
Racing.
Most of the members of the
Trinidad t'.im are expected To
return to Trinidad net arHlrirJ
liter the open race
e -in-in iwaa uU.ara ihaiman-
ahei bah, bath and at any nappw
I'D him coot amj .

fUticura.A......
OINTMENT
CARLTOM CLUB
\i ounce* 'heir
HALLOWEEN
DANXE & FLOOR SHOW
On
Saturday. 1st November, 19&2
At
Their New t lub House.
rUsvek Rock
Music bf Curwhr. Orchestra
Vdniiioo h I ii k \ i>nl>
5.10 52In
CAMERON ft OODDAXD v.,.=
ing bauaan of Crntral seortd lia
no:- In the Central gnt Inxunca
against Wsoderem laat Ssturdsy
October 27 in thatr Sesend Dlvl*
ion .nckat mnieh st Oenlr.I
5 WeighUiftere
Baek From T'dad
nva members of ihc Barbado
rting team arrived fror
Trinidad on Friday afternoon b.
It w i.a w.th iheii coach man..-
Xer Mr. H H Webster They wen
I .ikman. Basil
Grant, Rt I Itytia h I
dan and George Nicholas
The two other member* of Un-
learn. Edwin Rogers and Erro:
ill I- arrlvnlg later
Mr tlemem Jukmin yeater
day lold an Advuratr report..
that the team had a wonderfu'
lime in Trinidad and It wag the
i't bma thai stHm of the boy*i
0 lift out of the
' lillUt
Many ., learned
much from tlie cxiH-rience. He
> very impressed with the Drill
Hall where the (onipi-UUon was
dapd. He said that the building
i raj sin and ..fiords good
if ting. _____________
Page 4
.ithrr college batwaii i each-
linings

i.red the
bovllng honours with Marshall
I" seeuHng three tickets at a
at 4* runs In 14
i .if *huii were maidens.
Hsarney inning, of 11
>nd eight
had six
I
- ii iiinings


Ml Headlr>. With
-
Williams off
8
...:.. hul
. not out
;
it:
i I ilMon wh .
l.T>h.(n has nt
I'HKUHK *v KMPIRr
AT PICKWICK
nekwMl (|Bff r.lne MkkeU) MS
amii tha l a Plefe.
*.ik oatt,,i the .\ hole d 0
Ural innings and aeored 203 runi
J' the kg h keb. yes-
lerday In thatr match agam-i
l*.mpiie which In r-eiiin pltvrd ,it
Kensington Oval.
The small crowd which went to
Kensington Oval witnessed some
(light cricket and saw the Km
pire nalders on (heir toes oa the
aid K Giei^nidge who went n\
umber four in the batting mdei
ittia.tive M and Mai-
"1m Worme hit the next ovm
-core of 44.
T.ill pace bowlei Uaikei MktJ
II King took the bowling honour*
H.irkc, howled at
' luii it times he
.'ViiTltched Some. He capllin.'
. PI kwtck'i srkatals foi
t i in i ovai arhlla llora.
K.ng bagged four for 4 hi 20
i ti lag aM -f-.v.ii ns
rneauana,
Sklppei Itubinson put seven
aaalnat the Pickwi.k
1 fttrlna and 'lies were well
.it ken up !'' brilliant rli Idinp
' 'i.-k^i. i. lost theh fli-' Ai.kn
\ heti (he scnie ami only four nhd
ii than caski
partMlwhip li-lueen Worme
: nd K Gieenldge and both 0i
ant ..-i vail until
t >e score reached 140 run< when
was caught fn ".0 afl
m baanttiaj ".f I
Ai Uie luncheon ml. rval Hj
score was 95 runs. When stumps
were drawn Pickwick I
1!U3 null ha the loss of nine
vlckets
LODGE ft POLICI
Toltee .far wlaketa) l
i occupied the ticket lea
sterday in therr
match against Lodge School
plaved at Lodge Honours of the
days play went to G Sobers of
Police who top-score* with 103
runs In line style When stump*
.mi Police had made 291
tha loss ,,f nine wicket*
Hatting for Police C Blackmail
.Hi F T.ivtor opened the inning*
aihd the B U with thr
la The batsman out was
II runs, he
was bowled off 'be bowling of
WOkie
Dodaon was next in. but he was
soon run out for three Former
partnered" Taylor and shortly after
he was ai 'he wicket. Tavlor was
-lean bowi.'d bv Wilkie with thr
core at 43 ano hi ron'rlbutlon
n
'.m-re'l F.trmer. and did
-i bit of good work, but with Un-
-core at Maty nine Bear was
aught bv 'he \ irket-keeper off
ii basatnuj of -' rattngfl
Sobers came m next and helped
'n take the score to a
higher figure, hi- linid hitting and
-.troke playing was of his beat.
HIS H-l lnelude.1 i.inel.en rOWl
and one six It was at this .tmi
that Farmer was dtsmtsst-d for 21
A Blenman wa the next clit
,,.i.- '' S-ihers He made a well
olayed M. which iitcluded four*
nid 4 sixes He was l.bw to J
Farmer C Amy and C. Sprlngei
was the next two batsmen in ami
hrir HOras were 8 and S7 re
pecfivele
Bowling for the school ooya J
r.inner took the moat of Police
-vlckets. his figures being 16 overs.
no maidens. 112 runs. B wickets
Next to hin in the bowling was
r N Wilkb who took ? wickets
i i a -vers
MR. BROWNE WINS
SPOON SHOOT
Hi h 0 iMwai won the
Lpoon Sh.-4 of the n.lt.A. which
.. .,t ti.. Govenunent
..ii'. lunge faatagfMj sfjaffneec
. Lib a handicap seme of M.S0
ten rounds at
... fine vards Conditions
\ver fairly good arUJI llfdhf
m.i- i irh varli
.,1,1!..
rahrwing art lha stghl
Caps (' F- Nebleii
Mi It O Browne
PJI N H B 0 Matshull
Mi a r.. Uarun
PC <). Shcpher.l
Mi 1- Hassell
Mi M. A. Browne
\It E. J. Parry
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all ot wwkala I 11 J II
IIS. J 14 141. 1 Ml l |
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11 1 Allrinw Palli 117 IB.
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1 V.V//-'MMivl'-'A BARBADOS TURF CLUB
Official ProgrammeAutumn Meeting 1952
SATURDAY 8th, MONDAY 10th, THURSDAY 13th, SATURDAY 15th, NOVEMBER. 1952
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J 15 CHAMBEHI.AIN STAKES
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Rat* No t Traatsetai Cap Opeti la ill two-yter-old Creolr, Lred In the HVVI (Trimcloi. Tobaij.i and Jamaico cxcepled).
Colls und (fi'ldiniis lo rjrr% 118 II. nllkM Uft loo Nn Allowance* The Manufacturer* of Trumpeter
Cigarettes Rive a Cup to Ihe W.mier and to the Breeders of the lit., 2nd., and 3rd. horfte; slzOOO
S72O0 $4S(KI respectively Abolii fl'4 Turlnngs
ll.ir.. \,i In .luiiiof Btal en lo all two-year-old Creole* sired and foaled in the B W.I and British Guiana (Jamaica
optst!) Coll and r,eldin[3 ti carry 123 lbs FUlii Subject tn Classification and
I Allowances which can be claimed About 5t4j Furlongs
F.NTKIrS Til CLOSI on MONDA1 MU (l< TIIBIK I-I5Z. \T '.nil V V AT Till OIUCK (II THK BASBABOS IVBV Cl.fft
BY ORDKR Of THK COMMITTEK.
O. A. LEWIS. Secretary.
Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd.
Trainers not holding ., LICMCC tot "'"- muil apply in tArltinu for same forthwith.
Maiden Allouam must he rlaimed on Kntry Form.
Ctipi4i of this Prograinnie tan he obtained at our offire. Svnagogut Lane. Bridgetown.


I'AGE SIX
M SHAY ADVOCATE
si NDAY, in rOBU V MS!
For
Women
Only
f
w.

wtu
. in.'i Could be
" ingi
tiN. salad with
of garfi. and that K<-xl old favourite
in| r
EAT ANYTHING DRINK
ANVTH
inptasuuurl tainting i.i
why twcauft
\ TAHI.FT A DA
KfT.r UNPLEASANT ..RKATH
I
..... i i I \ |
huny
didn't )
THE MODERN
BUNGALOW
Hy -PE\SAYT"
. .. ( ., else on she hang out the kitchen I
Aquariums are in the (Mhion loWtii. ,h<. bab nappiM k(wp
mvonc who reads their h chickens, grow h Paw-paw
.wliknov. y,te lately ,n- b,e.dfruit tree., if not in the
there was a display of..quanurns ri u( her ^^.y.rd^ Tak.
; ,"* her bark-yard from her and he is
Drill Hall, and very beautiful they j^
*. Perhaps this revival
has been Yet. in many of the new type
limulmcd by a fellow feeling of home what do we find-" We
in us human beings for the gold* find the entrance, and the front
so many of u> these days door at the bark of the house
modern Bungalow* which alongside the kitchen, and no
'i huge un-hooded glass back-yard space allowed for at
jnd wide glass doors all! The visitor gets out of nil
might be termed human car, and the first person to greet
aquariums, for they are as near to him Is the Cook at the back door.
s ^grwaaww> a jcold-flsh howl as a human shelling peas.
ilwi-llmg .an gat
Shades of my scared Grand-
Jwaya in a Ot .< r mother, what are these architects
Ivod in a glass house you will not thinking of !
SPA TO land* up to boys But -. we bungalow dwellers hav* M{ "n old fjuAlnn^t in
vigorous brushln, N m Baa**/, soli-ldodge from one sheet of glass to ~"_ T*, t' . # ^
1 iMshes for Jimmy. Neither another, crouching. (-*-
water nor hard wear weakens a SPA. In can)
nth r nylon or bristle. SPA STANDS V*l*v;dl
TO fXPKCTATIONS.
Not lo happy are Pops expectations.
I us again Just can't
tn.>i rung- Pop needs
gingering up with a good dose of
..-,'. gentle yvl alwava
.e laxative will rid ni
tired, listless feeling. Try MEDI-
reall) srorfci Brori w N ic*
morning you'll bound out of
bed like a six year old.
AN APPLE A DAY
'"> " !.....1 '( OSK n Y..u
v.iv* give the kids apples, but
vou can supply them, every day, witii
Okkcoae, mtii in vitamin D. I"
it in beverages, sprinkle it on morning
You will -on" notice th-
bounding narSy and sparkling health.
iv (.U("s! II it it must be b>
iMtsaj A Meore.
The lovely Louise here has an opinion
of yo

.i ramth
The
"Small, for I beli*
spaced Kmily gives every one a chance, the parents
and the chil.'ren For those who believe in a well-
family. I lecomni.Ti.l RKNDELL-FOAM as
the mol dainty vet flavtlv*. Ud absolutely :;ife
contraceptive or. the market today, Wives OsUI alWayi
r. iv on RENDKI.L-rUAM.
Here we come, dozens of satisfied usi-m mX. Sully has day hair and uses ALMOND OIL
OMAN SHAMPOO. Mary's hair is oily LIQt'ID
OAPIJtM U Kary*i oholet. Betty Ulm hen in a
tub**. Jane prefers a pol, but whatever be the choice,
BANDBOX SHAMPOOS. BKTLLIANTINES, und
that gorgeous HA1K PERFUME; all come m BAND-
BOX, plus the Miracle Dressing COLAIRK. touching
with Its magic wend the dullest hair, highlighting
with a thousand dancing burnished lights, your
and curls.
bungalow dwellers [__
_ bungalow
behind the n'a'rro\* strip Wt Srd JliTuf'?, "*"!" ^.H '
inbetwven the winduws we alr t l"*ine of walking :
know something of what the gold- !"'lc* to .f1 f"*","Pf***1 to \ht ,
nsh feels.' We know that when ^"chen. its most Intriguing to He
he swims agitatedly rouiKl and '".I0*1' blr00"'. and In a verj
round, he's not looking lor f*l, *"""* raised voice tell the cook
or taking his daily exer.ise. but not ' burn thc rice." Of cour-c
that, poor fellow, he's only trying ,hp ** with equally llttla I
to find a little privacy in which ch"ort can hear all that goes on
to relax. '" the bedrooms' But. it Is an I
How well anyone who lives in Imperfect world isnt It?
a modern bungalow can under- __ '
stand him! How, well we know Tni"n ain. where in the old
that feeling of being pursued, as bioned house there was a con- l
try to escape from the inter- *Un! na*t against cockroachei, '
ested gaae of passers by of husk- t"lt*- ""d dust. In lh modern ,
tern, of the gardener, and from bungalow there are none of these
ihe sun! But, in spite of his *rl*la- Insects turn up their ;
apparent agitation the gold-fish no* t H "'eel. all glass, all
still has one up on human baangl, '"ment homes, for Insects demand ,
for he can, with a superb nose-in- privacy in their house hunting
the air appearance of unconcern, "nd In the new bungalows there I
perform toilet and other per- j* none. Aa to dust. It simply .
formances in full view of the cannot find a resting place :.t (
public gaze without batting an eye. all.
Alas, we bungalow dwellers T^" there are no tiresome I
have not yet reached this high tatrs, no stretches of useless ,
pitch of civilization, and. after a pace which can only be termed 1
few weeks of window dodging, we "no mun'a land" and which none ,
rush away to buy yards and yards of the extensive star?, which the
of curtain material, feet and feet old house demanded, considered it |
curtain rods, and numerous ill,rl ' their work to keep clean. '
indow blinds, in a frantic and In the bungalow there is no waste I
[pensive bid for a little privacy, *pace, everything is compact and '
id shade from the sun. streamlined.
Conatdarabso sums arc also ex- Where in the old house u* Iha
raided on dark glasses, eye jervants didn't turn ud it seemed
"VI for l.ke a tragedy, In the hun^l..,
eye strain from glare p^,, Wh0 cares? Getting meals
w ?*! ** manv of Us Ihink "f in a shiny electric kitchen is
the shady old fashioned houses child's play, settling the whole
we have left,, with their dim cool house is done In a lifTy.
nd small windows shaded
by large green hoods. No needs Certainly the modern bungalow
for blinds or curtains there. ^ ihe answer in housing for
If only our builders could get this day, and. although some of
gg- P Wimtlaat'* put of their M old ones may think regret-
surelv JyJ?i, "l Ufl' ^ ** ,uil* r " gracious big old
j;p ^r'T1 ' "?., hrn hom * have left, yet we know
froDicsi l2af.l* ZL blar>"* ,hal ,n--v unsuited to present
would be. "^r-
But, the rash of new bunga-
Another peculiarity of these
new bungalows Is the" lockirTso "L "'f1 n1fc COVVred Barbados
many of themof a uruuer llnrk- '" *"c lMl **w >*'"<' nughl be
I .. - M* .. IOTIIUhI "fli-et m" Ik tx..nn.lA...
yard. Now
house-wife
f Ihe bctli
the Harbaitian \v,",?i "a"t 8eP" "i bungalo
heek-yard. the larff- l^"1*1!"*1 nd represent rallwr
CAKWHICX \ POUCk
PEDEh\iTM\ l\
U.AKB.-WOS
\ > .!\- s .
I bat a figure!
OUfl, isn't ah I Not too fat and
Hun Just perfect NOW Su/\
did not always poasras this sylph-llk<
Ni. Su'v was more than plead-
ingly plump Bag]
Cv
Wheie ,he different flights or fancy nf
builder and owner, rather than
~- o well thought out type of hou;>e
"or this island, in northern
limates large sheets of glass a
i house, and hoodless windows
BAMMADO& "Te desirable to catch and con-
er\-e every scrap of sunlight,
KINGSTON. '"d there they are used, not for
A conference of Caribbean police show, but for that purpose, To
officers is due to be held in Uar- follow that fashion in this luni
Um^ZKJ1**1 ,yw" & ec- of blUiding sun-hine where wc
tion with the visit to the Canh- need preteeLW baa lh^ ann
!.nofColanelW; Muller. C M.C S se^rTTaXr 'rfficutou.
General of colonial onIy prcsient;( mflny prob,Pni!( W
the inmates of these houses.
Inspector
police.
Colonel Muller, advisor to the
Secretary of State on colonial mut-
ters, is due to arrive In Jamaica
In November to begin his inspec-
tion of the Caribbean area.
.i pas -
i figure. IF YOU ARE OVERWEIGHT, try SILK
M.IMVIING TABLETS f<>r EITHER MEN OR WOMEN. Watch
>olir waist line, old boy, not the pnily girl up there.
Sole AienU covering this Column. INTERNATIONAL TRADING
( OaWOI \UON LrtY I- i.i'i'.M,. : 5005. It's the Busiest
Number In Town
AND BY THE WAY.
line's another busy spot worth a vi-r
"THE LITTLE SHOP"
JOHNSONS STATIONEIIV BUILDINQ, BROAD STHF.KI
YouTU lliiii almosl rvcrjthuig In "The Link- Shup".
> x.mi
ENJOY
J^^
BEVERAGES
THIRSTY OR NOT
M........................t.....M
II Is to hoped that as time I
passes, Ihe Barbadian bungalow. |
of the future will Fe'lle down, .
and that modernity wiu be com- I
The police conference to discuss bined with suitability, and out of I
regional police matters, which will the two, a type (Volved which
be attended by Jamaican pol lev. will be more sensible and suitable
will l>e held in Barbados duri'W 'or the people of this Island to
the course of the tour.B-l'.P. live in.
Mm-m!
nothing
smells
so good
as a
good cup
of coffee!
front A fo
I reports
food* and fads
Z
UTHORESS Fleur CowIm lAmerican editor
lournaltst, and wife of a publisher), holidaying tn
London last week, gave two freah answers to two old
questions.
QUESTION 1 What helped you matt In getting
to the top of your fi.li She said : 1 think It's because
my husband and our greatest friend, Bernard Barurh.
always treat me aa if I am much cleverer than I am
It's a great help towurds Improving."
QUESTION li'lan't U a great advantage, xhen you
urjte a oooK, to nave a publisher at a nusoand?" She
" I didn't tell my husband I
was nearly finished I a*ve It
to htm to read And I
rather put him on the spot.
" He would hate to hurt ro?
ti*el nirv but n would n>'e m
to do in>lh.n< f hi! -n tin I
thias he was raUier relieved to
ftnd he liked it."
Mil luxuries on the
market for Ihe first time suic*
Ihe war are baih mlus-unuh
bags ot '.oell.ng dlled >.ii
almond creMsn soap which loam
and lather when vou i-v irnin
in water. Expensive (even
noufh you can use them again
and mm at 11. 3d. emch.
*- OLOUR to look ou'
' > (and to inatst on Keiins1
ii the colour you find in an
EngljUi rose garden All shad"
froai palest wild rose pink
'tirough laded ferown.Ui pink, to
IM deep red ot a cahbafe RMS
ere used in Paris for wool su.t*
and silk coais lor embroideries
and tor evening dresses
bWetoRATION on
dinner [able produced a:
short notice the night the
hostess got back from the
country- was a flat, s.lver d.*n
neaped n (he ce-n're Hh w;ld
nowers and w.tn a single
lighted candle at each comer
uVa \hrinos creep up
on U> the es* Lsten are ru-:
-.' n-rk' m rh ne*'^n<^ curv m
ear 'see oicturel
mv sttNKo: LUNBgari
an honest anier u a quest.on
mo :nger juld dodee *hn
I mid : You know. I always
thought from vcur recordj 'in
ou were roloured."
"That" said Prankie. "is the
greatest 'ompbmen- you could
par me.
4.
AIX1F1 Id !
: Ilk
lit
i a garlic crusher, w th one
Squeeze you can get all the Juice
Irom a whole clove i>! Ksrbc
without messing your hands
They sold for lOs d In 8oho
up to a few weeks ago
I bSM*ar- j...> ni .
iai srcord.ng .-r,i
Utt-ijn mi, aotnsi. *l naa
paiuonstc Uvc scene lo u.*.
*ith Fred Uaetfornu Um oihr-r
day. she said, "so Pred ac-d
my huibsnd II he would like to
g'i out while we did the kissing
' M.v huiband sad 'She's al>
vours Fred until sis o'clock.'"
sLlN'lERlE idea some-
nr ought to have thought up
before is the new nylon bra
i raps that can D.~ hojked
anywhere into the strong lac**
edging so vou can wear It at a
litrt neck halier neck or
straight over t!v shoulders
Pr:c *
It,
PE suing for divorce
:>1 Ulrur I'pi
rl In the wjrid DaU
ttua] m I-ondon U
o wuh hutband Les
narrant Barker. So pr,
was. with her rippling ml hntr.
peacn akin. *nu >
"ll-nn-iniiiif klkS a. with her
i Aani i. tiiin> mea i*
marnage." So full of sex
And ;:i ii\. bo
-
Mo* cil endowed they botn
wiTf mil nil the thing* that
l U make a
work. How shon ot
the one coninv-.i
Narrtaaan, prjotoirapatd'
moat spjtbghted nolidi
bOWS that, in
___.EC1PE wonh Irving
now that peaches arc doAn lo
cjokiiu en oas;rv
r *,t!i egs-aud-oiilk custard.
topped with sliced and
(?caches i
.
16s
>1
3 ION of ruE iimfs
is a toy bslloon. The assistant
handed me one tree when I
nougnt a rmld's co-ton IrorK in
a big siore.
I Ml/\\
tne new sllnra loi Ms
nean t> .1 n- in ii smbt-r
salln with a pateni ol leuitaid
I

opls waist
,. CSMKp
belt tiiat around five
mien are wear-
log .s'.c nlrture >
oi;sti chicken ana
ilb of larlto provided prool c-!

i iMUtfii garlic no one can
; of it alterwHrds Roast
Uia chleki n in buuet
ith some ol Ihe garlic ano
ihe real to roast in "hi
II
.ihmvi.F.s are
getting ru.iiolrd. Watch tor ihe
new ruined cut on those care-
:ully posed fashion photographs
Irom Parts. Note the carelullv
runted fringe, ihe deliberate
dishevel men t. the loose curl
arranged lo hang over the fore-
head with oh such care
Invention that
saves a len-m.nute battle with
Ihe tin opener came my wav
with a tin of soup this week.
Just one Jab. and vou can prise
off the lid. Sardine canne.s
please copy.
lot'RDAN mil-
actor who is said to ae the
nandso
French
alive, has
rofreall
point of vi
about his o
looks.
" 1 hate be .
(old I'm hand
said. It U
dimmish tin
a man
sKlSSES those linger
oassionate. censorable
_ J INT chopped mi
sprinkled on the let luce w.ih
oil. sugar and ii'.icK pepper
mude the freshe-st-ia*ting salad
I had last week
UJ ANCV I't'NAKD WM
pnotographed in the smart-sel
heyday wi-sriim . head-lniKK ni(
helmet coverins! tne ttatr. All
Ihe rageIn 193'i 'lee oJcfurej
and now nil the rage again in
flit c it ids. costing
Irom 2s, for a spray of four
small ones, can be sent any-
where by a new orchid service.
I
and un idi- .some
might care to copv
you an umbrella
* while vou leave yi
repairs.'
MHKEI.l \ shop

w.- loan

pan

* nell from His i
in. i isu i- sren
midwell eat tour 'rf
I hlM iss
tiARKT'S hat the
bought ready-
made has
been a boon to
copy isu You
can buy it now
at any price
il. down to
30.
- the one she
S3
Mj YI.OMTE tiappUj
...ni. be Ami
begin it with a ?.. not as do
ii X .iii-specs now bcir.y
made in
match h ol green.
'I ni,-blonde .yicos. and ebonv
And If Amer.cnn women run btQ
i iem whi shouldn't we?
London Express Service
Q,
JTl'OTE from actress
LIU Uamlta. who dropped Into
london last week-end *' I have
had some Paris dresses, and
hey were so uncomfortable I
couldn't breathe. I couldn't bfi
my arms, I could hardly tum-
my head But. oh they were
W ELVET slippers to
put on when you get home coma
to the shops this month. Flat,
leather-soled, solt. and pretty,
they are made in black velvet
and trimmed wuh a bunch of
pink strawberries or sequins.
From 3Ss. 'See picture.I
Good grooming
for the entire
family
IS THE ANSWER
with
PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE!
The handsome family is sure of good groosning the
Palmolive Brillantine DOUBLE USE Way?
As aa Oil for Massage*] Bsfore wishing hair,
massage scalp briskly with Pahnohve Brillantine.
I*ave oil on scalp for 10 minutes and tlun uash.
This maauge helps nmove daodlufl .. prapare
scalp for j*rfeet chansing.
To Comb and Prrfunne Haln Put
a little Pa'mnuse Biillantine in the
palm of tie hand, ahggj hands
together; laaooth ^ver hair. And
(anb!
Especlolh/ * tha cvp hold. ChoM J.
Sonbom. for hses'i coflaa as co"se
should berich, haorty, and son
fring. Just inlfl thai Inviting
. then sip that heavenly co'
flavor. That's real coffee!
Ask for Chats A Sobom lodayi
Then, ROtloS the Jancing hi-hlighta
the beautiful (n-mm- vl yovr hair?
PALMOLIVE
BRILLANTINE
ftsajae'
\0 Protect your gums and you protect your
teeth, for gum troubles cause over 50 per cent, of tooth-
tosses. To promote firm, healthy gums, use Ipana tooth paste
Ipena and Massage. Use Ipana, also, to brush your teeth exrrs-
arhite and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cause decay. This
is the nay to keep your whole mouth healthy i the way you will
tnd ''rcireshingly different" because of Ipana's mint flavour.
THE TOOTH PASTE..
REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT
raoooCT o* urttn htiii. iondon "-o niw r


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.
late*; in American I
Huns creations.. charming pn MfS *.w Presesll WuNu-
of m d .tj' 111FUCAIJ&, cmiiifloiHji
miniMT .. and oh: but beautiful, designed to biniK reading em
plain and embroidered Nylon in uistatu-* centre: together ami
...... .clour lor Uii Hi Kl. I HIMlIM JUtnp caUseU by Bff-
. a- uuji. Aanancau i i ... bifocili. Tint li .. u.
fmm e.irtnd,iy runes nnd 'diun and English urm material* mendou* advancement and of m-
^j your outlook U. MliiiHIM to the stars, j*, i(U -nd . .t wijjonv l( ,,., , lV. [> asssjiaa ..I *>**..
* IA pattern for instruction has urs ul UAlii.A
W .*> been set by SlNGEIt'S SEWIVU "a r o O i_. PMCMateji 1M
^ iJF^TLmXF&xv- 'AfADMY in Pmy afcsj of ."Mgfris.oe/n ha. ^,w ...
t. 1 J^iJi 4_ lhr wrid ~ m l^^^-uoa, loo
n.iui moping jf goring Classes under chief in- U*i and pot* a* weh a' bacon
W W struetor Mra. Wstkin. are enroll- ... tcsu*) wn,.-
) ne*-dcd I inn now for next teim (thus .<* - Home i ureu Bioon 1* a must
dQB*1 feel Hlu daplaying *r their popularity) w h i 1 yy\
it Is important, so get it iPHOIDKRY with Mrs. Walroit inoue is si-72. IVm town oeooar.
neglect church of course. ., take In new pupils all the Umr. iMroeuw* Food 1'ioducu are oa
f[ jf W .Ituzz 41*27 for interesting dc- Ml* at Hi Aliejne
day," M toe (tails. Aithur.
do il' Indeed.
*ou of thi Sign are lltted
mrscs. hoi 1 "dies In the true piste. In
I BsrssassaWd I WBB I
ImUod figure in
maidenjorm's
Onm-*ntt'
UEMINI
M.y 21 June
CANCr.lt
I u ctWri
when fOU i

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*
-YvU may I
. gjagsaaaal
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4| Jaly 24-Aag. C2
I I enerosity are
uo ti-if WHEN you are ^
we hope^^
THE DINOHV INl'LATOR JACKET, which nsoTM fty and buoyancy in th wster Ullywait.-
CH1LD8 DUFFLE COAT with hood sttaehag. Carnal lined tartan or navy bla liusd fra*.
POPLIN SHIRT. Mc^vpl**., fastened pearl barton*. In ^*ersl .oloum Knitted Jersey In thick, soft weot
buttoning very high. LUlywhltes._______________________________________________________
NOT FOR LANDLUBBERS
1
i ..f.r
By MCRC1A SNOW
white machining '
lines of red and
up the seams.
For children, there is- now the
duffle roat in soft amel, lined fn i
tartan complete with hood. It i*
also prndurcd In navy blur line.! ,
in grey Just the thing foi I
LONDON
ring nation the Eng-
lish are conventional even about Panama fabric Is Ihe name foe
.hting clothes. This Is another shirt material which tall-
inevitable, as hard-wearing mate- ore well and is much used,
rials and practical rtyles are more But now on to more substantial
suitable than frills nnd furbelows, fabrics. There Is our old friend
The shortcnirg of the skirt and the wind cheater looking Just changeable weather Thar* Is the |
the introduction of trousers in re- about the same. But It la mad* double texture (irrofel) wind
cent vears mark an English- In cotton and has a fleecy lining, jacket in white with hood, suit-
woman's main but reluctant only slightly proofed, it has a zip abla for ail purposes including
concessions to fashion back fastener. sailing or skiing Attain, there is 1
This week, however, we have Lilly whites have just produced a new contraption called '
been discovering what la being yachtsman's safety jacket for Mouse to keep the youngster ..11...,i
offered in ihe shirt line to the which there was much need. 1% if he falls into water It mem- i
girls about to board the lugger ensures buoyancy in the water bias the Grenfell but la padded |
The most luxurloui garment la and is lu:.:v.eighi and comfort** a' different places with material
collarleas. has long sleeves and II bb* The automatic non-return which keeps him up,
banded at neck and waist. It is valve Is fixed on the collar, and And now for something out of 1
in French lisle, fine as silk, and a few hard puffs inflate the jacket the ordinaryM-iiiaps a* a ure*-
is offered in while, nav% -ellow which does not seriously Impede ent for g Mend who la keen
and pale blue Cotton cellular* fwtmming. Wearable for both swlmmar. It is the under-w .:<:
are offered with cap sleeves, and men and women the Inflator in- flsh-ttalklng equipment
w are poplin i-hirts fastened with side the jacket is detachable, so The sport originated In France
pearl buttons. In 1 range of ex- the outer jacket itself is suitable) before the war; World War II
.ellent colours including tanger- to wear for general sports "frogmen" adapted its principles
|1U. Trousers or shorts are "1111 for warfare
Allan Solley are making a rayon being worn, and denims are cer- Toda> the uport is agal" popu-
mesh which looks cool In spite of latnly "In" the young girls any- lar wherevci ihe sea; arc a/ann
ihe tipped up collar. how are clamouring for them and and men have money and lime to,
Cordon Love show a white this, although denims are just a n*nd underwatrr
trimmed naw blue design in replica of the blue French work- The latest gear includes several I
coars* mesh and a fine white lisle men's trousers. Made of tough type of spear, goggles, flippers nnd
with low set sleeves striped in cotton they have sensible patch- breathing apparatus from wn
cherry red; both are gay and trim, pockets back and front and hav to choose your l.ncy.
What's Cooking In The Kitchen
SCORPIO
Oct. Hot,
N. v
which
Vimoo Wh. 1. Iliiaf/a will there.. ;, 9
,f *"' 23-sVtpt. 23 togj be
11.to overforc* or beHng J^
j ^, der other*' opinion"
libra 1e ir **
^ &rp\. .'! Oet 23 Whn llred Ftci full amisT. r-tiix
nutaa .11 a lunv. But ^^
ion': v-ir. htqaartaM (v*m though If*
litigations. Pray.
sr -
lie bust*, if rtUMBMtfy, but not in a ^
lushed state, which is harmful both to
ir.dth and to 'hat which you are tryinc j^
o do. Remember church MrVfeM *
*
RAOITTARTOB --I*#view lloughtfully the affairs rlsTht- yL.
WIHc 81 ru".v *'ouf. Then go about tVm in ^
orderly fashion. Careful system enn save
much lime, energy. **,
*
Usually when the going is hardest or
latest then can you of this binl- -
P'Tlod ai .omptlsh what surprises others
and often .uitelf. Hut dont go at too
A-
*-
i"nu j jiii efficient p we*- in-- prew v.nirself von should, lenvlnu un-
it thing*. Pr.iv: seek find's aniid-
.nee *f

l*-i out sonM of that Inner fun and j
wholesome laughter, know that others ~
. den fun or MmdUlMM we loo often sithhold ^
J*- BptrllUBl duties first. "r
I'll BJOBN IODAY: Mmtall> and phjaicallj active
wV normal. Your Situ Libra is notable for even Ja.
Kas jiulgmimL espet nll> when it 11 viUl lo others'
well-tsMng. Don't apend too maay hours at ploasure. then
jL or long. l*i iei.. in Ood'a RifU ]|y
* HUM OIIAIE MUNI HtUM UIMBAI TUBAKBA-
S1U1NK. WONT SHOW UIKT- 'H>S the atrangely fascinatmj
the new Poluol Dress Fabric at Mul boautiful inerchandlse 01
George Sanely Ai Co., .Udo-i Um Kast. LMaplayed in t h e
Ltd, on Swan Bt la la^rssordin -kikmal SHOP, High si
ary and differcni from most hranch 'f Surti United Co. ax-
uiateitala you've seen. At only quuito Ivory crafUtmanabip in
1 k uces. Bracelets, Earrtugs
gives
CAPUOOKW
Dec 2SJu 81
AQUARIUS
Jaa 22-Fib
. naoM
39* Feb 21 March 20
Btrtantala .>< 1 1 tat Alan Animi
than rUlwanls. noted iheoloci-ei.
B Rssasaant; Jo
..rd. this shipuMul
tuiviuolkv. beige, u u>-. pink an
cream is smoothly disappearing,
irom the shelves do you won-
uet DOBl let Monday go b>
without going Into Sanely' on
Swan St.
patty i:ssi:stl\Is pit -
NIC MISTS, ihe delirious, ready
to serve JACK Sl'ltAW CHKE.sk
STICKS. Obuuiable at all
ics in S Qg. tins for tSr.
these asMfe Straws ara Ideal home
haiid-arounds for the casual
guest. And this
Jack Straws are now obtainable
la accessories. And sMbbsbssM
Uraasware designeil in Traya and
Cocktail Seta possess an unusu..'
e.uiy New Perfumes. In.ene--i
(littering Moonstone Jewslry
ire all part of this treatuj
ebesi
II JEWEL WATEKrKtHH
FAT* HI s FOB YtMJ. BIB' from
which to make your selection of
gu.irauu.fMl time-piece for
-'t .10 .lu.-i look luminous dlaL
sraap canust second-hand and
m Myllng. Other models non-
CUKRY FLAVOUR. You'll waterproof and 16 Jewel move-
spot the blue JACK STRAW
tin* on your dealer's shelf, d '
a General Agency distribution
lor every home.
IJMOLENE TO UIVE YOI
ZLNG and cool reiraslung day.
and mgiits. Liaioielie is g lYopJ
cat pKK-UiC-u;, to 1,-fresh UK
-...ij ..nd cool uk MissM osj
and u apnlu to
vacationer alike
bados by the Btarnn ttaj
Co, LJ.vlOLLNL lb A NLCLb
s. iv .,nd obtainable it piatty
BTasI every ssnTt ,,ti trie tslanu.
Buy il MeuUiolatvd at Ma, 01
Plain 66c.. il s Ihe besl buy lui
ci'iniort.
very bll as attractive.
You should see these at Y. de
LIMA'S, 11....... SI the Slo,.-
for Diamonds ,md, this weak, 1
lop value Men's guaranteed I
watches
RMJ.NAL BEAl'Tt
arv quickly Miive 1
*
*******
* *
*
*
Poet Series Of Stamps
before serving. You can also odd spoonsful of water and let >t
MEAT some carrots (about 4 or 5) and boil for a few minutes ,!,:.'
In that case you can chip them STEW ALLA PIZZAIOl-A
RAGOUT ALLA BOLOC.NESK with the onions and the rest of Bolted slew. Olive nil, Whole
Roast beef 2 lbs.. Parsley, the seasoning. tomatoes, Garlic, Dry Marjoiam.
Thyme. Salt. Pepper, Bacon a few BEEF ALLA CERTOSINA: Salt and Pepper
slices. 2 small onions. I piece of s\,r g people Boil the stew meat In a soup,
garlic. Tomato paste 1 table- When the soup la ready cut Ihe
spoonful. Margarine 1 oz. Rum 1 Beef 2 lbs.. Butter. Oil, Bacon; stew meat In rectangular pieces.
toblcspoonful. Salt; Pepper; Nutmeg; Anchovies Get a Pyrex dish, put a bit of
Tie the meat and spread the 3 r 4; Chipped parsley I hnnd- olive oil iu tho bottom of the dish
z asar--s=Ss sss-? g toz s? 3 '*$ * B a SSs^: T^xr^r: ha
avarythmf fry In a big sauce- and a few slice* of bacon. Add enough to eovei It. a bit of ^ a ^^ of j^rnp, portray 1 photograph taken
pan until the meat is brown on the piece of meal seasoned with chipped garlic, some chipped f:linou, p,^^ (nrt piH.i.SilU1K .,f -"rmanv while the poet was
both sides. Add the rum and let Blt pepper and a pinch of nut- parsley and a pinch of dry mar- TnUa. tour of tho Continent.
it fry again until the rum is meg. Let everything fry gently Joram. Put then the allce ol
evaporated. Add enough water to and when the meat has become ttow and add some more tnrna-
ObVCT ihe meat and 1 tablespoon- brown on all sides add S or 4 toes, garlic, parsley ji>
ful of concentrated tomato paste, anchovies and a handful of pars- joram. Pour a tiny bit of olive
Let everything cook for about I ley. Add then enough water to oil on the top and season with
hour. Test the meat and if it Is cover the meat and let every- salt and pepjier. Add a few
not soft enough add some more thing boll slowly on moderate tablespoonaful of water. If you
water nnd let 11 boll again until flame. Slice the meat and cover use tomatoes In tin, the Juice
you get a thick gravy. Cut the with the sauce. If the sauce has from the tin will be enough.
fOtJat
rKOBLt.Mi*
Kn.i.
inisull.iut for DOROTHY CUAi
U, i ItLI'ARATlONS. Tuesday
.,.(< irOUSJb Thuisday tin. week *l
( oliiia LUI. 8.30 to 3.30. Miss
ivnkcHd will otiei expert sdetsa
through the courtesy of Dorothy
?raj Hu is an exciting oppoi
.inity lo smooth ..way wire at
. -.Mini. Ltd.. sole dislributors of
.on.lhy Clay 1'ieii.n aUoiiv
FOR THE FIRM MMfc |N MATCMINti HI1IJKT MITES
MANY YEARS i new ship- Including tiling in most atlrac-
mciit of all-wool THOl'ICAL-S "ve paslels are leatuied at the
have come in at ,. re-lu. i t.m. I"'-. CO-OP COTTON FAC-
Of course, thciu Is a cuuaeuuem JOKY SHOWROOM. These .
saving in the rust ol yOUl flnlah nsKsstll Uttings for to-day's both-
sg| -uii ansj 0 IL Hut si Co., nf luuin are In 2 or 3-plecv sets
Bulton l-.ne Invite you to take with square or corner b..Mio..
advantage of Grey, Ilelge mil prioad MTOgfl *95.32. Chrome
Brown plain and stripe Troyi- HaUnoom Fitting', and non-skid
cals at f52,00 and up. The Itubbei Mais are necessary ac-
material is of nm*i lovely mini- lO'soiios and a wide choice can
Ity and 'opportunity' is asavBR be had. Ask for Mr. Carter or
Into It.. . phone 'JOSH
IVs bMI Bate'l ISM firm. Hit
Isring suppoit to gi<- i .Hi .i
SajBS| BBBBSBSB) IfMfl SBSBSSSS
yvui silhouelle tiulv lslii abU! Lhero.r, OvSJ hn. lid.
Ra Wrel.-rf- lode*! In ,.
favor He lain i. >
GestsrlsM Msidrnforin BrMssI
area are nadeonK inlhrF nifyl
assssssa ef Amerirs
u maidrn/hrm
let everv tvpr \\ KasssjB,
meat In slices, put again In
gravy and let everything get hot
ban
i-at I:
loo thick by the time the BakB In moderate
finished add a few table- >a an hour.
'l<- ass stamps enrrv the poi- The stamps are printed bv the
f.ot at Kai lire process and ore rer-
Surdas Onnhlt and Tagorr **?** <" design, 1 " x 0S-. with
perforation 14 x 14 and ars I6U
The nisi (our belong U> Ihe to .. sheet
medieval period of Indian haston The set comprises a nlne-uie
'i- 11> ssuuaMoeta How green stamp (K.-iblr). a
devoted -o the 'Ilhaktt' cult. Ohalib ono-sUUM crimson stamp (Tulsi-
l> one_of the foremost Urdu poets das), a four-and-half-anna mag-
U-known NolW sfika stsMDip (Ohalib) and a 12-
auna dark brown stamp (Tarore).
al-.ut pud pg-
prire-winner
Without refityration
s
fasailiei in every pen of the world sre sstured of milk uo-
ssUiagly safe and healthful when ihev .r KLIM.
Your KLIM milk it protected la the linsgslail Jimp isss,
BSSSBBBBBBSstsesl sad ui}' harm . u keepi uilirf-t irlogef
lioo Sines wlrb KLIM there Is oo wsste or tpixUge. yos
get rour fall mooe>'i worth of due superior qualm milk
<*'.*i to the very Ism ounce.
1 KLIM il pur.. ,of. milk
KLIM MIPS WITHOUT KEFKIGE ATI0N
3 KLIM quality Italwaymatform
4 KLIM Is HmSmI 5 K LIM ndd, .0Krl,knt..t lo cook.d dllkM
6 KLIM is rocommtrded for infant feedlnf
7 KLIM is saf* in Ihe spocially-packod I In
8 KLI Mis produced under striclost control
Tokn pur* water, add MJM, *
sir and you rnsv* "
pure, sate milk '
STOP PAIN
QUICKLY
with
\
enstc
The famous threefold actioo of PHENSIC
tablets RELIEVES PAIN, SOOTHES
NERVES, COUNTERACTS DEPRES-
SION. No matter how intense the pain, no
matter how unary your nerves, how depressed
you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you
relief and comfort, quickly and. safely. Re-
member this PHENSIC tablets neither
harm the heart nor upset the stomach.
Don't accept substitutes. Keep a supply of
PHHNSIC ubieu by voul
KLasffeS i e^, HIST IN PMFItfNCI THI WOULD Off!
Ph
wit'
Kii"'5
I".. .i .mi. refn .hint; OH VS Phiil Salt"' is the gentle corrective most
of us nnd i.i keep the system regular. It is a safeguard against
morning Bvi n ihness, noothing and settling to the stomach upset b\
unsuitahli food or dunk. ENO'S safely relieves ovcr-addity, a most
frequent cau ol indigestion, ll.uuleneeor heartburn. ENO'S contains
no sugar or hnrsh purgatives, li is particularly suitable for anyone
with a delicate stomach. Keep your ENO'S handy for yourselt
and your family.
Eno's
Fruit Salt'
enstc
TWO TABLETS
BRING QUICK ^
RELIEF >^
I FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS,
^HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, FOLDS & CHILLS^
I'M.HLl.Y
KECOHIiKNDED
tor IMRI l.l'IAK ACnON,
SICK HKADACHE,
UVERISHNESS,
nruousNKSs,
rsroiCEsnoN, *.
Sold in bottles for
lulling freihneie.


I'M.I Ml III
Sl'SM* ADVOCATE
-i sun m fOBM
[
I
BA^AD^jA ADVOCATE
(Ilr4 h, IS. *..-.!. Os.. LM. BlaM .. Hlll|tll
Sunday. October 5. 1952
I ilur.ilion.il SainilY
BAKBADOS spends it has been recently
estimated SIO'j per head of population on
'hei
l-i Hiah Cw Hihn territory.
But whal n i his
high expend;'
Statistics of the Depart hut ii 0. HUflaV
bowi that 2.805 boys and girls left
ftchoob durini* Uw period September i960
to August 1951 Of this number 823 are
known to be unemployed while the fate of
unknown. The majority of boys who
found employment entered trades. Deeptti
the fat' that no technical school exists in
Barbados :i42 boys (an entire schoolfull)
entered tradee. Almost as many boys, 329.
entered grieuUural employ mini during
the same school year. But Barbados has
no school which specialises in agricultural
training. This is all the more surprising
when it is realised that no parish in Bar-
bados has less than seven schools. Barba-
dos a predominantly agricultural com-
munity with very limited rapacity to
absorb 'white-collar" workers has an
educational system which is fitting large
numbers of its pupils for unemployment
and leaving the majority of those who find
employment to learn trades alter they hav.
left school. The tWOfbM elTert of this type
of education is to make school-cluldr. a
mediocre ability despise manual work and
to make living costs rise because employe!.'
are compelled to employ and pay minimum
wages to individual, whose educational
training has not equipped them for the jobs
they obtain.
To ignore the results of an educational
system such as ours Is to penalise the next
generation of Barbadians. This island
simply cannot afford an educational system
which dues nut give technical and agncu!
turaV instruction priority over academic
and refusal even to provide one te<>
school is refusal to recognise the peril t
Barbadian economy which is caused by th<
prevalence of poorly trained technicians a'
all levels. Of what avail to Barbados i.
an educational system such as ours when
of 1,622 boys leaving school in 1951. 681
found no employment. 329 went into agn
culture, 147 into domestic service, 342 int
trades and only 95 into business? Fron.
these statistics an outsider might have ex
peeled the 124 schools of Barbados to be
divided into schools specialising in voca-
tional and technical education, agriculture,
domestic service and catering, and com
merclal studies with a few academic" *ehool
for the highly talented.
Instead the whole educational system i
geaied to the acquiring of certificates and
a small number of valuable scholarships to
Universities. While 2,805 boys and girls
left school during 1951, 47 boys and girls
obtained Cambridge school certificates, 7.'.
boys were successful in the Oxford and
Cambridge school certificate, while 36 boys
and 7 girls were successful in the Hir.lui
certificate. No doubt there is somethm;
satisfactory in these scholastic ehlevfl
ments but surely the economy of Barbados
and its capacity to produce more to feed
more people would havs bojnootod mor*
if the 342 boys entering trades and the 330
entering agriculture had received QtrtUV
cates qualifying them for such emplO)
ment?
It is customary when statistics such as
these are introduced to reply that educa
tion is not concerned wth training boyi
and girls for employment. This theoretical
objection has no application to a society
in which the fruits of education cannot be
enjoyed unless those who have enquire
education know how to earn enough money
U) subsist at minimum levels. How m.m\
or the 2,805 boys and girls leaving school in
the year ended August 1951 can indeed be
said to be educated in the highest Mil* 0,
the word*
True education like the brook In i he poem
goes on for ever and is far more likely to
ho obtained hy the individual who is equip
I hy training to earn a Uvln thai b>
the discontented "aeaden.u" product ot
the Barbadian schools.
Education in Barbados is not free It is
paid for by the whole community, even
though some pay far greater sums than
others towards the maintenance of the
schools.
Simple persons believe that education of
the academic type best fits their children
to get on and become illustrious In this
ad oi : and in fact the sucoau
of many Barbadian lawyer* and profes-
sional men here and In many ether coun-
tries tends towards the enthronement of
that belief. But a government cannot
plead the excuse of a simple person and
is falling hi its duty to the communitv
when it abets an educational system which
refuses to recognise that the talents nf
human beings vary and that
skill is trained and drawn out by techni-
cal vocational education common prosper
itv is i nd '"'s "'
Barbados will be acting in the interests
of present and future tf Ihey
break with the educational system of the
past and adopt one suited to the nadj of
an agricultural community in the tropics.
I>ni4tir Servant*
ACCORDING to the 1M6 census some
i id a half thousand women were
then employed in domestic service. Since
then the numbers employed in domestic
service will have increased, although the
it of living will eventually lead
to less domestic employment. Whatever
the future ol domestic service m Barbados
hi welfare of domestic servants
OUghl to '"' receiving greater attention
from the agencies which seek to improve
the material and spiritual conditions of
women.
The reputation which the Y.W.C.A.
gained in other countries for its good work
among domestic servants is illustrated by
the story which was told to the Editor of
the World's Y.W.C.A. monthly. A fellow
delegate at a meeting of church repeesW -
tatives said: "Oh. you represent the
Y.W.C.A. Such a splendid organisation *
Our servant always used SO g" there on
her night off." Smug us this remark might
seem it is a pity that no one can say the
same thing about the local Y W.C A. or
for that matter about any other women's
organisation in Barbados. There just is
nowhere for the servant to go on her night
oft*, except to the cinema, the dance hall
fol walk along the streets. Some
persons argue that nowhere is needed for
domestic servants who have far too much
to do at home to want to go to Y.W CA's
or anywhere else. But however true this
argument might be for some it is not true
of all and the work of the Girls' Friendly
the Girls' Industrial Union and
the Y.W.C.A. would never have been
initiated if such a negative approach to
girls' welfare was taken by the founders
of these worthy movements. Domestic
servants need the attention of women's
organisations more than any other branch
Of Barbadian women today and until the
smug remark made to the editor of the
World's Y.W.C.A. monthly can be made
ShOUl some women's organisations in Bar-
doa, enough will not have been done for
domestic servants.
Is it surprising that they look to sprees.
menics. movies and hops for recreation
when no door is open to welcome them to
more cultural and spiritual atmospheres ?
The Y W.C.A ought to be in the forefront
of a movement to help domestic servants
to a richer life.
Skiing On The Fence
AS the Arch Druid <-f Wile
with
lUCky dayvSunday, Mo-iday,
Tu'sday Wednesday,* ThUTl-
dy. Fndiy and Saturday
the year rcund Laugh
one oil
I*. V *.l HHIVS
hheld the poetry pnz< at
he National Eist?ddfod at Aberyi- AUES (March 22April 20)
twyth because none c* the poems Whatever you are i.'unJnnf of
ubni.tted reached She required doing, for Pen's sake don't do
t..ndard. perhaps he will consider lt Every move brings disaster
luarding the stlvtr crow* and sven day* In bed might help
US to roe for th- following: But don-, ,mofce You *ll le
the houie on ere
Wales u small hut does no* Itvk
fee 1,-ilh biu ulVs. boy bach: lAI'ltl S (April >1 May M)
fir*t I.lopd OffVfge did lht*n Nijc You wj|, (,,. s unpopular ih"
Brvan week that only the threat <
1'imallard a mial Var.ii capital punishment will prrv?'
Where all TorU-t go to 'ell somebody murdering you. Don" Health Organization, that pvnsons
Witt. >>h hwflL ,.h well, well, u-elL tempt Dcople too far. who are not in a suite of pby.ic-i
\ and social well-being cannot be
"0l*?~J! ptoAJh* T GMONI (May 22-June tW *'
Bad week for buying, selling
backing horses, travelling, stop-
ping at home, standing up.
-sitting down, hreathlng, eating,
and elbow lifting Get B h.'3>-
notlst to put you into n trance
until next Sunday
Success storv
Once again Dr (Jubbmv the
Meet -street |>

I
l>r iN-vitonil guiran. w. iim
..f the lmikIusioiiS of tha'Woil.i
and Morpan
C.rxffilhg, Jon**,
Morgan.
All 'ave music in thrir hones
Trtfor Jones and Harry Jones;
All the Roberts*-* and Richards,
All the u/itliariises and Prtrc'ujrds,
ill l'' Evantet and flushes
Are /'td.iiiar u-IIh (he musri.
All (he buys and oirls of Wales
Can sinp like bleated niohfm-
eelss,
proud ihvy are. or proud Ihry
tern
O/ T(ioun(ain and of mounrain
it ream.
Proud of (own* ihaf end in "og"
And one that ends in "poppoa.
two".
Proud ihey ore when (hen
announce it.
Prouder if you can't pronounce if.
Tii understand, (hough, u il
.S'ome (/ (hem are proud of
Cardtff.
The star* and you
< AfKlCORN (Dee 23Ja-. 20).
Oonaktarrng your filthy luck, i.
fairly normal week. Money
troubles, ami the usual family
l rou bio
healthy." saya:
ll ts absurd io suppose thai
a man who is hopelesslK in-
etftcie'if at his job muat be $tck.
though Coeernmenl depart-
ments are eonstanUu aendintf
fhem lor treatment to a pl/-
rhiainst. I call It bosh."
CANC'Eft (June 22July 23: For Or. Gul bins also calls It bosh
you. Dame Fortune's smile is because, although glowing with
always cynical leer. Thu good health, he has always beer
week she will be thumbing h/-r hopelessly inefficient himself.
noae at you. All your bad luck He was slung out ot school
in the past wiil seem like pur- when he was IS because he
adise compared lo what will hit couldn't learn anything, and slung
you between now anrl next into an office where he was re-
Sunday, garded as the biggest fool Fleet-
.street had ever seen.
LEO 'July 24Aug 23): If you But nobody sent him to a
arc taking your holidays now, psychiatrist. They shouted curs'-s
il will ram steadily for a fort- at him.
night. If you are still working When the Kaisers war broke
in your office, there will be a out. he joined the Army Saul was
heal wave Funny how even regarded as the biggest fool the
the weather i* against you tan't Army had ever seea But again
iti i.obody sent him to a psychiatrist.
They shouted curses jit him
\IRGO (Aug 24Sept. 23): This
weik ill fortune dogs you even
In your sleep. Bad luck in bus
inesa, bad temper at home, fal-
lowed by bad dreama.
LIBRA (Sept. 24Oct^S): Your
misfortunes start tomorrow
get worse eviry day, reach *
climax at week-end. Heav.f
help you on Sunday.
sqi'AKirs (Jan >1 -Feb IS),
"f the seven black days ahead,
it is hard to say which will be
the blackest. A* the following .iCOHPIO (Oct. 24N->v. Z2)
wtek will be worse, try to look One af the differences belweer
on the bright side.
PISCES (Feb 20March 21>:
Your usual high spirit damped
about Friday And again on
Saturday By Sunday you will
need all your alleged sense of
humour
When the war w -s over he w; i
sent as o reporter round offices to
aafc about the employment of ex-
m Uliars But they nil thought he
wanted job himself, all thought
he was the biggest fool tbey had
ever seen, and all shouted curses
-L him.
What would have h-ippened if.
instead of cursing Dr. QebblDa.
these people had **nt him to I
psychiatrist?
The psychiatrist would havt
you and a dog is that every dog thought him the biggest fool he
has its day But you won't, had ever seen and certified him
Try not to envy dogs as the As it is. Dt Gubbms is able to
terrible week drags on. earn a living being one ot tn
I biggest fools the country has cv'i
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23Dec 22) neen instead of being a burden
Unlucky numbers 1 to 1,000,- on the taxpayer
000.000. Unlucky coloursail 1..E.S.
Us
LESS ia\.i il
IT was announced during the week that
the Department of Highways and Trans-
port had sunk 15 suck wells to reduce the
lluoding ot water in the Constitution Hiver,
but that they had been so arranged as not
lo interfere with the water supply. No well
had been sunk below a plane of 50 feet
above sheet water level.
The Government is to be commended
for this step inasmuch as much of the
blame for the condition of the Constitu-
tion area was laid at the door of the owner
of the land and the Government. The trag-
edy of 1949 has not yet been forgotten and
now that the Delamere Tenantry has been
sold the public were left wondering wheth-
er the residents nf the district were to be
left to the tender mercies of the flood
Wftters which came down after the heavy
ruins every year. Now il is known that the
danger to Ufa and property has been re-
duced.
Tin- siiguestion was not new but for
m,HH years It was not accepted. It was
even suggested in the past that suck wells
should have been sunk in the outparishes
where it was known thai water from the
various gullies endangered small stock and
poultry in various districts. Another sug-
gestion was that catchments should have
been made to prevent the prolonged rush
of flood water from the higher districts. It
would have meant that the water so stop-
ped from its downward course to Bridge-
town could then be channeled and used
for purposes of irrigation on a small scale.
is possible that the expense of carrying
oul this suggestion has delayed its accept-
ance because no other legitimate answer
has been advanced.
Now that the wells have been sunk In
this area and the danger lessened it is only
fair that the Government should insist
that the lands so occupied as tenantries
Should be put and kept in proper older
and the lowlands raised in order to afford
proper public health administration.
It cannot be claimed that the condition
of the Constitution Swamp now glorified
by the name of "River" and the surrmnd-
Ing aieas admit of proper cleaning and
obedience to the rules of public health
In the Legislature it has been suggested
that the Swamp be canalised, but as this
was suggested as an employment measure
il was readily dismissed. It is more than
that however. To canalise the swamp
would release more land and would permit
;m easier and faster flow of flood water
coming Croon St Thomas and St George
,i Watsjrford and the Gully HouM Tha
edirnant and the debris could be easily
removed at various spots before it reaches
the Rivet bad and the inner wharf causing
reater expanM for dredginr.
It is to he hoped that the sinking of these
walls is but the first step in a series of
which will improve the entire
area.
Whither Bnshe Rule?
THERE are two major i.-pedi-- _-_ -, __ 'cabinet" administration in Bar-
ments to Barbadian progress toJ ? USSOrge IIUBile bados.
day. untidy political admiiustra-* A. a corolUryol an oBm and
tlon and the lack of confluence during normal working hours. If tecretary the Prime Minister
which Barbadians of substance the House began its deliberation* much to be relieved of flninciSt
feel in the island's future. during the morning members worries and of the need of aug-
The second is the more serious would be able to discuss affairs mvnting hi* modest receipts from
but largely stems from the flrst. of vital importance to the com- the Treasury. If parliamentary
Clearly then priority must be munity with untired minds. In government Is to succeed in Bar-
iiven to improving the imclency addition the reporters would, bade*, the Prime Minister will
A political administration or else Inrough working normal hours, have l0 ^ poi^ sa|ary com-
Ihc lack of confidence which now egard the Public Buildings as an mcnsurall. w(lh his status.
ladi
distinguishes a small number of "nice and not as a place in which Having
the wealthy will spread down- "> tKc notes and then go home BovernmlJnt on the British model
3f.-j-s Kay ssis&rs sss^jsjsss^x
san& ASM & -s^l* ""^SS^iS. -cn ' ** Pf~n'-
island', inhabitant* would be rep- PPrtumty
Whe
duced into Barbados It was In- _,
** -tut the people have, no -------.: -..?r_ .n.;**:= ,,
to read their mh-w-Iu-* practice of the pollUcal leader of
wui > inii*mi.n jjjmlrt in .h, 1IUU... 3 A,m. UJU1 _... uh. -1" "j , -TH^g
"'U bMH. no .Cion ^ ,.. "gSa fiSS' M,^ ^"h \%S&lSfc
l. in the linu^. Ihr dn-lnri *" .J ""T'" ""ld Jj cxccuUvo of. Trade Union, ta
lurned mmbm nn n old- "_"'? '*?. " 5S5& o clcarlv incompatible with British
fa^lone.1 doublc-KU ta> which r,,,.;T" '.'".'';. '"'H^''"" "!Z Idea, of parliamentary fovwn-
i,uJ'"oLt"hur'wlhlerh*SS "''^.fmcirVhv.i; IheeiietoJ.^an-"''"!. There are bound to be
The lull benefit. "' "" "'- ?? lhclr .'"P"*""'"" "-
adult .uf-
hen the interest, ol
their representative.' "views. Trade Union are not the ln-
Maklne slight improvement, on terests of the government and
toS? tT.M. t?K iKSi. S P"""1 W <* 'epong Impartiality II impo..lble where
StSlv are basil nnls^nU *!bi""' '" "' UWe The th/leader of the political party
ental oari'h baabTInstead S nn whote """" mu" "hollahed in power is aUo the chief execu-
.Jnpiliuolt b.. "W "n cmclc"1 """' '>>m"L live of the Union.
Under the praent system .,' , .. - The modernising of the political
hereby 3 5 per cent of the "*Y "" made ""' "ou repre- ,dminlrtratlon In Barbados along
land', ill etas ail voter, in th. aenUUve on a population a. ,he, linn will have two impor-
Jn" h ..' S A, iti , "elJrn "PP""" '" "4* ba,ls alul ,,, ,,,,... T, B. r.-.,r,.v will
S "ime numli? a? rcriesjnta" 111vlr"' 'r"*cd for report, of the cme der the political control
Tthe""u" of A^SrS, a, ** d"a,M J? ft BL& "' P-rty,with a majority in
the M.I per cent of the islands fble durtng the week of delivery lh. House of Aswrnbly and the
egistered vnlers who live in St "'^ ,MUOJ^ Ministerial status has rie f ihe Governor will be
Michael the purpose of adult suf- l0.^0 ,a.cTd- ., chaneed.
I. rt..rJiJi^ Mr, Adams is virtually to-day rjs
o-, ..._,- .,, Barbadot but ~f Barbados I. to have demo-
nL
rill
ult fr,
the
the vestrv system the tcpresenta-fc ,lnw ca" parliament
lives of the parish in the llouat'menl which is based
Mr. Adai
fore adding tn the cminl, si- Prime Minlstei ^.
lie. of l,*i,l nnrrnment whli h he ""d Ue three other ministers cratle government the powers of
Z Iitlou o mirurtera without any officer the Governor must be .bolUhod
can parliamentary govern- and the Governor will tecomr I
rhlch la based on tha Brit- representative or an ambassador
,f Assembly ouaht to introduce '*" Cabinet system function if the of the Crown.
gallon to make the biSSuof mlnljter. have n offices and keep Whether those non-llartadtans
adult .uffr.ge available to the "o office hour. who foisted the Bushe expen,
community. Thi. QueBion need, no uuwer-
That 1. the firt tug which mull ing beciuaa
u:,i.Sar',adml'mrio^yunfo be Ada 1."...,"Trim Birbadoa^ll loiic.routcome of the Bushe ex-
ntoe2 Next priority murt be given to return, and even when he 1. here To pretend that the prnent
. relattvelv Trnpl" t^ ot .11 of u. from the Governor down system of government Mma-
making the deliberation, of the have to take our turn, awaiting cr.tic or emcimt is p mtoepre-
Housc of Assembly immediately Mr. Adam.' availability "*?i.,h; ,'^' "."^nrteSS S the
.vaiwi.le to the electors UnUl Mr. Adams can be provld- xlatlng lack of onnfldence in the
To a hievc thi. end two .teps rd with an office and a secretary Llano's future which Is already
can be taken The il, I. tnl I? m.ke appointment., .for htm acting ,, a brake upon m
holding of meetings of the House there can be
BH
who foisted the Bushe
on little Barbados gave any
eryone knows that thought to these matters may be
work. When Mr. doubted, but It Is tlme_that tht
efficiency of economic development
Our Readers Say;
most pleasant day il such .' per-
son uses the method. They a',ac
assure me th.t with methodic il
planning, there is little , ,
L j .i-v. -,. room for after-school work. What
moral tastes were bad. They also ^ ||(| ,ubmll ,.,, promise
saw in it a period of relaxation^ w jnj.,,,,,,,,,, ,n, matter! U that
To the Editor."the Adeocate, work-easy Job, but '"ey hated ,h h ,d , |10vfd r me of
dings appearing un- *e. brake put on lhgr paUUeal ,,..,. c|er|cJ, ork Jnd , ,,,,
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r,The
Education Notes' activities, hence they became
ion Notes c**i"sat I~ "*"'" is a b
wondering euucational saboteurs They only ^aphpr,
foi
would
burninf need
TTRUCE HUSBANDS
Huutlv Bill
Advocate
i your pap-
Acr the captioi
molt'of'theTme wh.1 mewrlVer difi of the money they
a gelling afler One I. able to like to receive, but they take no
xuess (after hard trying) the aim is lo criticize Ihe sy.tem urea, of the pupil nor the cduca-
of education at practice in Barba- nonal system a sy.tem which To Thr Ed. T(ll
do., if thU is hi. aim, I can tk? lemands that they work; there- slr _The first item ... ,__
up ihe cudgels with nun. ''V^,0!;' '"* r^S"5"n1'...lri5 ,h"' ""cted my attention
laipU U as a r.ull of the rebel- o<.,ob. , . ,h, debate over
My tint point of attack, ob- lion against not the syateTr^but ,,. Maud), B1|1 Aj ,,den, nf
viouslr will be along the line of WORK. This can be ultered. and Roc.kley, Christ Church. I fax
the critic's authority on mailers hore are some vutfgralions lor m>. duly |Q go under y^ n1mP
e.lucallonal; and this is what 1 doing same. ___ of ST MICHAEL, th.- rejsons ,,1
h.ve lo My on Ihe matter Though first, and very important, the) ,ur ar(, v
he may be a Journalist with many should be disciplined moruiy. Firstly, as Ml. Talma rightly
se.,,.' experience, the writer is Perhaps this may appear to be a p,r.t,ng this part of the
nS uualified in un) reapect tc mammoth ak. but It is iiot |sh wi|| ,,, llo ,no d, ., .
write on matters educational R*laU"" houl,l be introduced fa|| , ,h<. rh|rt mon Uci.,
not even on the making of ap- orbiddliig teaehers to appear ,ucn lh(, hotpl, HssiIm-
,ilment> So much far that. before the public eye unkempt. lhc Roynl ThMl .te wlH ,.
.___ indecently claded andln the com- kcn .nd ,mma Rock,cy
Now. to make a few okaeiva- pny of rowdy aasemblirs. ^^n ,,0 ,,, w,ihdrawn
lion, nn Ihe educational set up
thai 1 hoped would have been Secondly, their Jobs and remun- The other reason that 1 will state
forthcoming l0,,g ng0 There are eration should hang (to a large is from the moral sloe and ,,f
some senior assistants and other extent! on the nurr'jer or |>er- course, all Ihe other inhabitant I
Is of the leaching trater- eentage of "success,." they (hat were bnrn and i
in. 1 i, kadaisical die-hards who produce and this should be dona chxlsl Church, will agree with
I-..,., il., ycrs v.,ir,i of reform and by a yearly check un or even me After living in a parish like
they arc certainly doing their half yearly. This will e iiise snme Chri-sa Church all o.ir live
,sl to make ythecs like- of them to slop counting the we sit down and watch our ,|e-
wlw This group, Inrough purely minute. Ihey spend In school and lightful parish be lacked on to St
.elfish reasons adopted certain give the government a fair return Michael' Of cours". il can'l be,
pollUcal parties with the hope of of work for the money they re- and I only hope thai Mr I
furthering themselves even at ceive. Some have intimated to and Mr Crawford along yy.tli
the expense of qualified personnel, rie that the curriculum is over me members of the HOu
They welcomed (with a certain laden and call, for much w-c,k Assembly will not let the part of
idea uppermost! Ihell removal after school hours from the staff; Christ Church from Rendetvous
from beneath the hands of the other. h.ve Informed me that down be Joined lo St. Michael.
Clergy ,1c. chicf.y because their any willing person can have the JULIUS CAESAIt
SAIL
STELLA Sail Shirts are
T dfsigncd in Bluf,
Crty and Lfion price $1.77
GOLF
i mil. IN and see th.-
line SHOKS with Crepe
or Leather Soles
In Calf 1.* 11!i* i. :i i-
and Buckle Fastening,
our MF.NS GOLF
SHOKS
will help knock off a
stroke a hole!
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
JjdA 9(ju/uuf!!
U)b can't afgjoJvd io
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., VIIVS i.< I..m,
SUVDA\ AOVOCATK
r\c.r sine
KiM.tt.-- or uir >i:\
Sv M.V AIK
Milt) READ AND ANNE BONNEY
The People Of Barbados (XXVI)
nd Anne Bonnay
men who

i Alwida, daugh-
ter of ( t followed

I
.n,i Mary
. p/otMfi "who
..KhJ "
life was
rathat eurteui 8ha was en Eng-
lish K'H arhOBB mother had mar-
ried a tailor when she u very
young. UnloctunalaAy fur Mra.
. 11 -* 4
avar a few
rh to a boy. and

the tound Bansau asp i
other addition to her t..

hnme and went to place in the
Hal boy died
bom.
In I---"
country until Mjry was about
Old All II;.
hud. MSB ' m> as to her
..
know thai Ibt boj bad died. Her
plan was lute *i girl
Child ->f gOOlhar man for her hus-
band's baby, no that she could
return home.
.
well |o
to visit hat Baa dit-ssed Mary
in boy's clothes, coache.i hM to
act as a boy and then lefi Dor llM
-In-law was com-
Si
lay in her house
l only too ptoaied
to accept the crown was* WnfcO
the gof-i tor Mai.Vs
support m *"** In a

This doeopUon continmd until
TWidroother
then the girl, of I
agreed to contlnu
She got a Job . a fool
I > : n-
listed tn the Royal Navy.
Fir*I Love
She left the Navy soon, how-
| tnUstod In foot regi-
men! in Flanders us o cadet.
., promotion after many
knar? left thai
of horse
Occupying the same
tent With her in this rOtfment WBa
a handsome Dutch youth, and
rlthoul di til Marj
fell violently in love with him.
Her paatio torbing that
her comrades thought her mad
and she was in danger of being
i' ed from the : t V
last, in her eratinn *e re-
vealed to the astonished Lad that
-.he wai n
married.
I gland with
her husband and Ihey set up a
lavorn called the Threi
GENTRY"
the niri-oe ^
.arn.
Swi't K
.. .
t
I fi m **
Ml NOtt h*Vf
t I
I4nd Of "ins The OWM Bl
:\l M willed here were OOHMt *<
tp n,en i>( imp-inance in WOO
d| *. tad aannj of
in*.'ir fortunes out of the *nt
IMWtty.
A Mellenl OOOOnptlot
etorly aetUoRMI I
given by Bdmuad Burfca in hi
An rwcoani of !>< araatoi
^attlMnenu m a
* J1W\ PRIM \l \
9ttUo
I ...
| In well worti
.
n BrMao
in those da inltal lie


1 h ui.iiifiiLK lag 'Hi Mas < the i
. tftdga w tu. h i i
: ion and '
, -.hij. ed over the rhrtl <>f th*
Of the port, ho Is am \'
About this time the govern- pressed as he ratal*
i hith was tan Uj
then in the hands of Cromwell. trk of thv town Bui
i Kerbados all <>( ihi* the di
'inther country; before, and prosperous place Lig
been named altogether that there was an Exrhann
iv the Datct "rhe -igour ex- win-re the morehanb
*he roval partv. Dutch nnd British alike.
evaral gaaUi n oi inolhti ami .masBct thai
HMd tamtUai to settle In i<>" business. ,ind (-*p .
this Island, which was far from buy BBd sell sugnr both whin
being peopled like some other an" muscovados fusii.
' IgtUvM and per- finirer. lOM
i perate *\ home After mdig.. which wer.- ih. produce of
r continued colony. Also rueJ
. MM bj very hasty "''' '"'l'"
Not long -iter the res- ^e Matte of th.
n,..k.. created "I,l,h '""'''""'l '"'>""^ ">'"
nets ,.,,.,Me gr- ''''-;
.1- t IK.. ImUmA -..., ..f . Ilm^'ies gnd WOOlOni
au kiiuts. swords and shoe-
uown i ar
On the method i>f Ir.Mle and lh
, ufToae) u that >'
earliest historian of this iSStUSUSf? ml"'
! onto i'f
. ft WOrth ''" thousand
.i year, and none
quo thousand."
Th.-
tunes he bsniight to tlie island b>
of
iels that had been ttuding witl
a ml ^
amant, and ..corded tnr. cotony w-fi mUbll
which was
privateering
MARY READ
I while, however, Marv'* of Captain ROSWI
husband died ond she again assum- '", out on a
ed the guise of a man. Crossing expedition.
the Channel, she jmned a Dutch Another Woman
iriilinent but soon tiring of her oddly enough. there was
duties she left the service and ailother woman pirate on board
MKiicvi on as a sailor on a Dutch y^ ^jp yhis was Anne Bonney.
West Indlaman. ... sweetheart of the notorious
When this ship reached the lnU Jj|ck Bac|m( who w
Caribbean it was overtaken by aX$0 a member of ,he crew. This.
English Pirates who ransacked it rtranfc coypic hd fallen so
for spoils Mary, being the onl> much in tna, ^ na(|
English sailor on board, was Im- de4etted her hu>btnd
pressed into the pirates service
and then the Dutch ship was
allowed to sail a^.i> sssssrva
For many months Mary lived ___.;,
the life of a pirate, so effectively
demonstrating the manly qualities
of hardihood and courage that
none of her comrades suspected
gX However, wh
announced that a Koyal Pardon
would bo glvan m ai>y pirates who ** Noticing this. Jack Rackam
gava up then unlawful pursuits became very Jealous, and when
she decided to retire to an in- An[>p e"nlua'l>rJ d^red ,hr
,lint. desires. Mary had no allernative
.,. but to lei) her the truth. After
sliinds. But her ih> Jhc two women were firm
he had to put
it lug
When the T>. .
ed here, thev (bund Uvt pla
the must s;iv.n!e .uni
that can well te Imag
had net lin* Issst >|'|"\iiir<
of iaear barVu |
ovan by savages. Tl i
no kind of bssasti of i astun
lot pray, do fi|iit. do (i
l
v,i ai ti. eilmato > s
lio-wi. a^irt the Mill
fertile, some gentlemen of small
fortunes In England resolvM in Island is Uuhard Ugon. who
baeatna adventurers thither. Itad km* a4tbln twu dacad
Bui the fii-st plaati id,.
only the utter deaolateness ot Instanres of the hospitality of the m.
the plaes.and iheejfi ,ls htn Hm flvw nn account S t.JtV.ii S, ^ n X h
r provwions t,> struggle wlm .Iu. hogpitalHj of Colonel gjui
hut the irees wan so large, of M , ni,,v WsTromf v.ho then re- h0v L U it
u TP&2 hal,!1 Bnd f,ubborn- wd I '......ik. mow Hoi- KujSrteawai s ... .
?2?d.ttfl or-^M*-E?rt branehs.,.. bo.....ag .elate,, that the 't'^ "^.f,; ,. : ,";ill ',,,.
that thryproeeeded In the clear- ,,,((Tl,.| ^1,4 a GenUeman that v Uui k to sell th rernSrUnj
V ', I. ^ ^i "'"' pl,'nI>' '" En*- "'eive goods In exchange"
on) Wniry partonca. And \.,- ,-onid not spend all his time
even when they hn,t tolerably ,n ,,. pursuit of riches and for- T^ e
cleaK,i some rittlo ^uot, the m .,11 thai aa had b*Ji accus- One themselves to then |
first prod ue- It /Mlded for the l- ,, Wh, h(. pntertalncd it Uons at Barbados alo t^i avt-n
sul>slsienee was s. small and as HS lavish as the Island could where is recorded their realou
i.rdinao. at the same lime thatt afford, for he would 'have hla untrlotlsm and theli high
their supplies from England tabip we)| rurnished with all sorts adventure and desire to colonla
were m slow and precarious. f -,^^1 meat the Land and Sea "iber places which existed at tin
that nothing; but the noblest afforded and as freely bid his period and has continued 1
courage, srid rlrmnass which friends welcome to it" through the oanturtai Tin* sph
cannot receive too many praises ,t it true that Ligon received ' '"" imbibed In the eoloure.
could have carr ed them through mtTXY tavaan at the hands of the race- fw lhere u hardly a Barba
the disrouragajramu which thev wirnnj faiIuiv -na m.nv have " *no nn* not "l Hn '"%,u"
*. fr-fr* 2l85L*SS.J" ,hn '** bla-5flJ IhrTr f?"iur Z fr *his little Island Th.
Island of Providence for Rackam.
and wherever he signed on she
npanied him in
; clothc-
The stage was now set for a
comedy. Attracted by Mary's fair
skin and good looks Anne paid
a great deal of attention to her
and tried to attract her in many
5fS? a^*J*I,J_?f.r!.0'k '" bj ..visitor to the Island not more the capture
tlai
obe. But by degrees thlht]
were mollified; svpit ..: the xius
yielded f.'- '
a>h
Jamalcj

1
the Island not more
lecade after Ugon'a vUit. *** 11 ,T V^''
for they could obtain land 1
vaster area and chaapat than tho
gentry
better
i^m^u_?yyff*i^ EnK; h""('' a,ul '"corded Uiat th.
land answered lolarabl/ and (,r uarbados lived
the count,. .dually tU .,', H .
lay aside Its sr-----
snd to submit
enlarte their hoMlDgS. BBd bj
servants who had nil.
their time. There Is hardly a '
HUI hiaouailT IU 1,1111 lh,.ir "nnnli-tunO I. ,, "' wirii- I nnr ii> i..ien- a ..
. S2S CJSf 2S2Snf J5" i.-"i'i- d Fi........in .1.......1 px
"These good ip|>ear.inces in
ncrica, and the storm whirl
vd by the gentry of liarba-
for they owned from
months she lived on one
West Indl
money ran out so
to sea again, signing on on the ship
some lime after bvgan to gathei ' Utdptd M Ihree huudretl of thas)
ANKE BONNEY
friend:
Just about this time there was
.1 mutiny on board the ship, the
pirates overcoming the honest
sailors and then electing Jack
Rackam to be captain iu place of
Rogers. For several weeks the
pirates sailed in search of prey
and at last they raptured a mer-
chant ship. Among tho survivors
was a -young navigator who
attracted Mary's attention first
when she saw him signing the
articles. Her passion soon became
so pronounced that she decided
to reveal to the navigator that
she was a woman, and they be- 0
came lovers,
One day the navigator had a
Vtolant quarrel with another
n ambtr of the crew and the two
men agreed to fight a duel when-
ever land was reached. Soon they
chorr I 'iff .in island and Mary,
discovering about the proposed
duel and terrified of losing her
lover, succeeded In picking a
quarrel with the pirate and
arranged for a duel to be fought
the next morning, two hours
earlier than the time her lover
had chosen. When the navigator
arrived on the scene next morn-
ing he found Mary with the
other pirate lying dead at her
feet.
For some years the pirates
roamed the Caribbean under the
.ommand of Captain Jack Rackam
and were on the whole successful
m their depredations. But .in
August 1720 the law caught up
with handsome Jock. His ship
was overhauled and boarded otl
the coast of Jamaica by a sloop
outfitted by the Governor of that
colony. After a few quick
skirmishes most of the pirates.
including Itackam, fled below
decks, leaving the two
g) < m Jas> 11
in England. eacountgSd
to go over; but lUl] the colony
taaafvau h aari uf encourage-
ment from the government
which at th.it time under-
|ile WhO were then-. ||
iand as they pleased. He also
mji.it en the then exist'iitf eondl-
i.m l.iwi-n the two places, nnd
'am he decides In fuvmir eg th.
stood the advantages of colonies Barbadian gentry for thev wan
but little. Hag ailtctt Bras. I-- "f their possessions.
sides much woi-m oertii-ied U' '"' ,,,K'^ <*uv that Libertie of
sowing thoM- gwiis of t, tier- l"''" n. which wee soe long haue
nesa, which came nflerwardgl "gUnd fouRht for I'.ut ihev
so tertibly to their own lip*. ""uc "buse il ' (1)
The court look do other unties- ,,
of this telan.l thin to gr.iht it '-'g""" also confirms Buike's
to a very unworthy and uu- '"u,,,t ** to the condition of
faithful favourite, the earl of ha Island within a short per
c -. 1 -1 *
tlelpate, for as Iturke racordl
this island can rain aaai tl\
thousand men of Ms own mihti
(To Conunuad)
An Acoi 11 ,...
igilraeftd it.


ess 10.0 M 1
by Ntvtile ,: II
of th B M II \ V
Orllalo wmth,
Judged, proved of 1
to the settlement
..,>
4. :;.i
j^, of time after IU settlement lie;
relates -
......the Island's eastern
part was studdssd with plantB-
tio.r. kMii.e large, others small.
tin v.ivnjiii ^.uli-.! mi"
Carliala Bay. roaa ona ibova tho
In terraces. Cultivated
Igga .ere set round with the
woods .it the virgin rbrasl wblcti
still .ilHHinded and ronsptcuou*
which towered unbrage-
oua IrOH I he houses of tin- rhief
tlantan appeared from .\..i 1
kg agswJM and their sugar
houses and Negroes' huts look-
eel like so many small town-
aaeti defended by its own oastta
The warlike appearance of the
en .' hOUfH arose from the fact
that many nf them BfON Dttlll
in the manner of IbrUflcaUoni
having lanaa, huiwarka and
nwam not a( all to their honouii^ '""'ns, or defense of th.
fur the? .lZed upon those UQ- "la'"j; '" " <>* ''"*
hnppy men without any pre- m,,n** ,hl ,,--,nXf "r N^*r,'
tenee, in the neighbouring 've*.
islands, and carried them into ___,,, __ ,h
Cwllsle hay itself praa
busy scene, with Mutch and Eng-
'Howcvn a-- this 0 iony had
he hardiest oreedtng and the*
most laborious Infon- y of any
of our tettlcmriiK si
stronger in it- iten 1
Bail who natai -M-ed; and
that to an height, which if II
were ihH proved lw 1
reasonable ilouht. 1'.in I 1
be believed. For in this small
Island, whlrli It hut twcnty-fHo
miles in lensjth, and in breadth
but fourteen, n little if
twenty years after its first settle-
ment, thut Is. in l0. It contained
upward of fifty thousand wbitsat
of all sexes and ages, and a
much greater rumbcr of i.Urk*
and Indian slave*. Tin
of which 1 1-.v. Ihj I UmnUl.
the latter th.,
irreconcilable to us ever sincu-
Thls small bland, peopled by
upwards of one hundred thou-
.], was not ^ I
half of It eultlvated. nor wai
th<- industry of the inhabitants
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PACE TT\
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY; OOTOBT.B 5. 1S!
y
I
I
The Queen And
Her Advisers
My J. GVOm DE. MM, former ikumv Secretary
thai the circle from
entourage" la drawn
wide as the natloa
The difficult-, of (-rpU*rtfl the ng, insisl
process o/ putvrnmrnr lies In tht whKh the
fact rjir ti depends *u much on in- .hall be i
tangible rt-taiionch*}M uihtch arr 1uelf.
much ''.ot .asily ],-U than ana* aj(l mallei' ho* sincere may
'ysed. Tfcts is parflealorii, true of ttf ,h(. efforts of Ihe members of
"i. Cruu-n. ,ta court circle to keep them-
WITH the*, wore, W Ivor Jen- iK ?S, fVom poUUcal bias.
"" hey will, while they came solely
"The ;
tungs 'ipeiui Ms chapter on
Moiurchs" n> hi* book on
Mnnsh rlinttea. "
Everyone wtio bai participate.!
in the practice of government it
fcha United Kingdom will endors.
1MB, Whatever linulatsune theo
rists ma,> attempt to nupoae, prai
tilmner* find it difficult to dii
cavar eaaetry drawn lines.
The teat-books on the relation
ship between the Monarch and th-
Ministers suffer from having t
rely on memoirs dealing wit
routine a generation or morn ou
of datt.
The wrKera ran only surmise i
to the intangible relationship* ex
iHing at present. Yet it is certaii
thai th* gener.il public expect
that in th* future these relation
ships between Queen EUzabet:
and her advi it. shall contln to be direct
Remove Doubt*
But let us recognise that in ad-
ult.on to her Ministerial adviser-,
the Queen Is surrounded b*.
another group of people trftl
whom she is in close and const.-r
contact.
Their outlook and backgroui
tall and" recognisable
ecllon of society, be suspected of
hostility to popular cause* in tune*
.f political and constitutional
iiUovnfiy.
Although such suspicion may
be unjust, it Is Inevitable while
.Kissing conditions lemain. By
.videnUui the intake to these
posts the Queen c.uld remove the
Iause of even unjust suspicion.
It has been ineontrovcrtibly
: a blurted lhal when a Minister
i. nossTl advice to the Queen such
dvke Is invariably accepted.
The only possible exception Is a
that Parliament should
* dissolved
Sir Hugh Draws up a Coronation List
On the desk lsy a plastic rose. He has a third ne.p in Lady Cas-
ery pink and patriotic, and a son, who, use her husband, is a
plastic palm wand of the sort practising architect.
waved by loyal subjects in stag* Already the team has produced
plays. 200 sketches of route and ofl-
htf Hugh Casson lingered them i-outc projects from triumphs-
apprai'ingly: "Contractors' sam- arches downward. Worked up
pies." h* explained They have mto sets of alternative per-pec -
becn aent to his office in the hope |he designs, these have to be
that he will buy them by the lodged with Westminster Council
gross to hang up on the Corona- uefore 'he end of this month. r
tion route. ihen discussed with othei
For three years from l!M3 designer*, including those of the
Casson was director of ..rcbltec- Ministry of Works, who are
ture to the Festival of Brttain rspunsible for such sites as Th*
Working to a confidential advance- Mall. Traf.lgat Square and Par-
estimate which cannot be much iu.m leas then 100.000. he Is now Secret
leslgning and co-ordinating Cor- y^ time being
atlon decorations for the Cit\ .i-tai which lakes -

. lure, where they
vere fella
iieelgmtii: > vfcarassj a
iMMigh, did not seek his
mat was in 1M3. Whei
aars latei
Casson wa* earning f 10 a week
- .tabllkh-
name for
himse f :,d IW0
I i IfsstasM
he found tiimseir daubin,
.utiDagc oftlrei ir
the A.r U
After that came a .-pell a-
lechitlcal officer with tnc
of Tin and Counts
Fri
Be Proud of
Your English
An occasion
Safeguard*.
when refusal U
----------------he was up to hi.* eat
...i lite , s.ulh Bank afl-ii-, which wot
Westmin-der. which take, ro ,K.,, u. one thing la already him his kmatitnood The South
most of the stx-mlle asutalansl .,!ng to emerge, however, on Hank nuW an ,.mutK,n
route to and from the Abber fronatlon Day there may be .>d In tranquillity. I pennitte.
Perhaps It Is fairer to iay 'hit ouches of sprightly innovatio-i myaelf a grumble about the Dom
the Job Is being done by two ,iwii side streets. But the Cor- and the Skylon. -You didn'
mBrrled couple-!. With Cassoi on|)on rout* tuelf will dlscreotlv hour to like them. said Cassot
s the lending solril Hl rteeien- >(ho the past, with tradition I equably.
nvlrtants are Petet Miller '2*1 the keynote. He and his partnei, NeVill-
archltact nn^ Miller's wife Shells .q^p Coronation." says Ca?<- fonder, have an office in Olc
(?41 who finfthecl training as a ion ..js bove all Ihings n Brompton Road with live assist-.
gfuMc dcnigner two months ngo. nl,tion*l and religious ceremony. * an a^Mcretary
On the processional route 'exhi- inAs the thirties, he dependi
-Itlon' antics would be out of
place. Royal ciphers and ooats-
.f-arms inevitably enter into the
'lecoratlve scheme. You cannot
life was spared because W*ful
ociety influence had been m*"
.m his behalf could have been
made against the reigning mon-
arch Instead of against the Home
cecpt such advice would have Secretary. _,,, i n
een lutufled has not occurred In Minister! are resporattWc to a
..ent times In the United King- House of Commons, '**? ''>
om, but II has arisen in the Com- universal suffrage, for all lh
.onwralth. ..dvice they tender to the Queen
Formerly, another poeslbb ..nd for ail the aeU they do m
luxe Of difficulty was the action her name.
, be taken on Ministerial advice That model forms the
n part on sideline*, bigger god
better sidelines. He Um a sal-
aried post as Reader in Interior
I>aeign at the Royal College of Art.
key about with the dlgn ol mKlona ^S? fSXlS:
10 vateiy are of the gilt-edged sort
Hn flnds time, how I cannot Im-
agine, for writing, broadcasting
and miscellaneous drawing as
well.
T'leae are things which help pay-
Are you content with the way you speak and write?
Vrc you sure that you are m>t making mistakes that cause
teople to underrate you?
Never lias the importance of effective speech and writing
agiri] mure widely recognised iluui today. If you can express
'oUrself persuasively and forcefully, you have an immense
idvanta^e in your professional work an well as in social life.
_.h things even If you want to
My aim Is to be gay. elegant and
'igtithearted without being face-
tious; dignified -*'thout beinc
pompous."
Casson ha* been design
irking
. p..rt. ,t least, create and to ncrease the peerage so that th- basil of each of the self-govei
oniidenbly Influence the atmos- veto of the House of Lords on pro-
says:
"The methods adopted by the
royal entourage, and .loquieted In,
perhaps unwillingly, by the royal
family, tend lo perpetuate thai
social stratification which is so .
inconsisiefit with democracy. The
i the maldlstribulM
and vote separately and not
always in agreement. Their do-
mestic legislation Is by no mean"
uniform.
,.g Dominions which make Uf
phere in which she lives gresslve legislation might l>e over- 'he Brltnh Commonwealth ol
C>f this small group Jennings, ridden. The amended Parlla- Nations
who wrote, we should remember, ment Act has rendered the consld-
uuring the Second World Wnr, eratlon of such a contingency un-
necessary.
The Queen is safeguarded from
any controversy which adminis-
trative acts might Involve so long
as the doctrine of ministerial
-ponslbility is honoured.
Por Instance, the Queen exer-
cises the Royal prerogative f
1th. and it Is assisted by mercy on the recommendation of
the public school system and the lh-. Home Secretary. The action
sneoness of the educaUonal lad- he takes never satisfies everyone.
Osir. If he recommend* clemency.
Already the post-war years ,.ondcmnatory letters arrive from
5^^S ^unWh.vr^Badc^^ STow^lecSa^
ishledj the. power of the mone- Mml,lv ^"P"*- *iS gre\T rSuJn. Thltt be
ence. some of it violently abusive. .))U, ,o brin th#tr ,.,,. tn-
if ho fails to make a recommends- nfnct to ^^ on worm events,
tion.
To take one actual example. >n Th|s |g the next stage In ahe
the case of Ronald Tm TTitionary process, and one of
from the ministerial advice was the great tests of the continued
voiced In the House or Commons vitality of British democracy will
and remained vocal outside for |*i"Tts ability to accomplish it.
many years. The flr1 Elizabethan Age m
Next Stage .m era of adventure and expan-
It would have been deplorable : on. Those some characteristic
if the chargewithout foundation, must mark the second Ellza-
oplnlonthat this man*- oethan Age. (World CopyHoht )
. phemerallv. mainly for exhlbl- for the family car.** a 1827'roIL*,
Tions, trade fahf and the like and ihe upbringing of the little
,-ver lnee the war At 42 he Is C aavm girls. Carol., (H)( Nicola
-vplcal of architecture'^ fnastra*- ') and Dinah ().
p,\ generation. 'As an firchl- Since the war the Casson raen-
I hsve built practlcaliv nge. ix Including governess, have
Jived in a three-storey. 1840-ish
Soon after he qualified his hijiiir off Kensington Church
father received Cl 500 under street with fetching grey and
nmebody*s will. Hr
." .he Que, 1. IM of SSf-'J^"Sr.
he SlJte. and hor repre5cntatlve
m th advice ol Ministers -r- '""'"' ,~'M vnu llkt 1"
,e do. to. A. Unit- N.tlc **** $&tSF
house and sell It" Casson
-o build a house because a-
ifjasM
he
while paint on its stucco.
Al week-ends mother and father
do professional work ln ope leg
of the I,-ah aped sitting-room
where each has an architect's desk,
cm* desk Is noticeably nicer than
Thousands of men and women
re handicapped because they
annot speak and write English
urrectly.
Every day you may be com-
mitting mistakes which depreciate
-ou in the eyes of others. Are
ou sure of your spelling? For
nstance, do you write gusge or
isugv, IM-Mr titled or benefited
dright or all i-lghl?
Do you stumble over pronun-
ciation? For example, can you
pronounce aaaatevr. heapMable.
Inventory and preb.tr correcUy ?
Is your grammar sound I Can
vou depend upon your English
not "letting you down" ?
' .11.ml Against
Kinbarrauins; Errors
There is a method by which you
can guard against embarrassing
blundersthe method which
embodied m the Effective Englil.
Course conducted by the Regent
Institute. Consider these diitl
ive features:
All the
throughout
i i Da M Md
by which,
rsity of
Queen's Mininter-i j
the world must be j
o find some means
while this essential |
ppllcatinn is pre-
",r i,,|v wnv -if h^mlnf a ^ 0fe 1lSSr*m\aXt*
resj] nrrhlteet is to put ^nrthlng ^^bb,^ a5 ,0 who >han
_ ai^c mm **... a ...
and see
tary cause of "social stratification.'
The highest forms of education
are much more accessible. This
lact has considerably increased
and widened the range of people
from whom the Queen can choose
those who shall surround the
Throne.
The nex* few years will ate th<
continuation of these change'
The inevitability of their con*e
quem-3* cannot he do'jbted
The Queen should. In the cir-
cumstances of this and the cotn'm. i
up as soon as you can "ana see ,n a week of two n>a rtm^
what goes wrong. move to a nine-roomed house In
*" 22 m "JZlXZJt'SZ' rM Mek ftl K"'nton, not far
is a -funny little_ peelcaboo free- lron, caaaon's R.C A. W The
l-ylroom Job which sttl! stands por^ to I8BO-1900. which. Casson
..ulslde Wliiehwrter It cost l^f,. it gou^ ^ ^ (h(,
.-asson senior C 1.173 >",. beicks-and-inortar fashion, the
,alue and was sold.after three pife^on eariy-Vlctorian houses
months' hawking. Father made having, he considers, about spent
no profit on the deal. Between
1933 and 1M8 Casson built foui
norc houses of the same type I
C 1.500 to 2.000. His ommtsslor
on each house was about 90
not much return for six month'
;)srt-time work." To make end
meet he cultivated sidelines .
omtnerrlal drawing, nrchltectural negotiation and treaty,
OUrnalbm and what not. wobijj copyrjoht
He had met Margaret Mac- RESERVED
donald. a girl from South Africa. L.E.S
Snug
Ii. Kensington the dssons will
have separate work-rooms. Lady
Cation has already chosen hers
It is something snug at the top of
the house Who la to have the
favourite desk is to be settled by
i) You learn only the thing;
you need to know.
(b) Everything is explained
with the utmost simplicity
(c) You are not required t<
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SUNDAY Al>WM All
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M" I" 0l MB Orla.n
Mam Hal* Cunmmitwi. 00 m
Bung > and Imtan. Pr**h*r
Tlie Dn. Subject RtfuKHIy attend -
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-1.1 S*rm..n Prvechar: Th* M-v R I
Ripper. 90 p m The Children of IB*
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1-teachrr Th* Rv W E Daeh. Suto-
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11* am Holy Communion and
Mag
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' Orteaar Oth
TRINITY XVII a m Holy Com-
jnunlon. 0am Choral Euthiiui 10 10
.. m Hob Bapllam. Ham Matin, and
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1'AI.KFITH
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|. Kt- W
D Scott
n <. m.-.-,ii
Rev W r Vivian.
T J l\ir-
I"
SOUTH DIJtTHICT m Rev T J
Pnrwr, Bali CaanvnaaMi p.m ftt
calldsr
PROVIDENCEII a m Mr C BO
T p m Mr II. L*wla.
VArxilAlX- II a.m. Mr. J. CUrk.
1 pin Mr Cuiwffi
EaWNEZEK- II in rtovd. B W C
Cronn. S*tramenl "I lord'* Suppei
1pm Mr N Daniel
BEUI.AH 0 a m Hevd W C
Croa** Sacramrnl of Loid'. Suppei
it t.
UUWMlH^llin M,
1pm Mr E Calendar
HICKS- Ham Mr H S-ra.ee..1 i
p m Reception Service for Nr. "Men
bar. cram| of Lord* Supper
All Sunday Schhola at p in
SPECIAL On Monda, October atn
IMA, the Circuit* Special fcifo |o B>
held at Sh"*.bur> arill laka th* lomi
of a Cultural and MuaKal Fnetlval ovi
htch Mr W A CranfBrd. M C P
-.ill prraide There will be a panel of
Judrea lo award prur. and ahk-lda in
the Competition bet warn Junior and
Aduli Croupe fiom the foul fhunhn
Mama include SMM. HaciUtiana, Duett
Anlhem and nymna Sam II M
am 1 p m S p m A Social In the
School room In aid of a Memorial Tab-
let for the late Mr Yaarwood who war
Head teacher and Social Work.
| ran
MORAVIAN
HiiEMl'CK STHfcET 11 a m Momma
Service, 'followed by Holy Communion'
T p m aTveninf Service tfollowed by
Holy C-mmunlon r-***het Rev E. E.
Maw
UKAIE IIIIX 11 a m Momma Ser-
vice. Preacher Mr W Haydc. 7pm
> tcher: Mr I o>n
rULNECK II a ii. Mornln. Service;
Preacher Mr C PtancU; 7pm Eve-
nlrt* SerVKa. Preacher Mr O H lw
MONTGOMERY. 7pm Even in* B*<>
DL'NSCOMBE: Tom *...,. a...
Hce. Preacher I
SHOP HIIX
Preacher P O. smith
lliOII Amur CMIBtM
Taaer Street K P He-aen Paalar
aaday V W am Sunday School
Mam. Morning Wonhip 1 30 p m.
Etanirlladr Service
Maaday; IV pm BapUal Yourur
I'ropir Union
H.dnc*day 7 M p m Pralae and IVay-
ar Mrelina MM B l-iird rrcanliy
returned from the US will apeak
Larlen every Tuesday and Thursday al
U0 p m lo -Echoce of II.
You are cordially invilad lo attend the
art Urea of Ihe Eaoll Baplut Church
\i.tloi. Wrkunit
IIII1VMOII ROCK A( ( Ml K4-M
Ham Divine Worahlp M> H A
Sealy 3 M p m Sunday Vluol 7 15
p m Holy Communion and Recaption of
New Membeo Miniate. He*. E A
GUkea
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HolineM Meat mg 3pm Company
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Bftr. Capaam V.
II am HoLneaa
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7pm Salvation Meeting; I.
Hind.
LONG BAY II a m Holm.- Meet
Ins J p m Company Meeting 7pm
Mretliil Captain P Boulne
SEA VIEW II i "i Holineaa Meet-
ma 3pm Company Meeting 7 p
Salvatli
'II p m Divine Service Rev
E Weel Charge
riTTS VILXAOE IS 3S Attending (Mr-

Park
7 II p m Divine Sei
TAN
It i> expected inat all of nu. aaae...
bln^. nattered ova. th, ,n.iw. sill 1.
thatr beat to attan
vantipn
HB RADIO NOTE*:
Criticism In CarihiM'anN oicee1
I >< -l UNI I
I RBM Ra.
.. r-
Meeting
nani N
til -1
ti hoi * irnuortL
ORTHODOX
WaXCIIES ROAD II j m Matlna
Sermon. 1pm INeciaonS and Vinum.
A Alley i
T SO p m Tuaaday. Evening- prayer*
and addreaa Pnacher Rev 1. Brunn-
Clatie: Ihe (ub)rct will M; "St Paul'*
flrat Mlaatonary Journey Tnla U Ua*
fifth In the Serlea 4 The Ufa o( St
Paul Acta chapter IS Varaa *
TNI T JAMBS NATtONAt.
AFTMT
Ham Matin* and Sermon: t p m
EVniaoiur and Sermon. Preacher for bolh
rrvice* the Rev J B Grant. L Th
Minuter In charfe
J. p m M.u.d*>. Wednesday. PrMUy.
ti-ning fnr youtha. thl* will be Con-
aucaa* b> the Rev I. Brme-CUrke
lAaelaUM Pnatnri and Mr* Olga tii...itr
We aperlally mvlle the HgB*
youth tralnlna any nf the evenlpf*
dated akwai mi aaafiw,
Tudor Bridge
Mt II-ttMFM IHIKH f I.OD
MVatrt NOAI1 IO 10 Invite* all
Oe>a* p m A Se .- I .,
Te.tWno-iea of Chixlian ScMnc* HealniB
>*nd*> o.obar MB. MaS
s.kir.i al i.Mna Unreality
ii*>ij>EN TEXT Job 15 31 Let not him
thai U deceived truat In vanity, tar
vanity ahall be li> raaoenpanc* Tk*
l-Maotal I n>H>i ara tarladed t- IB'
iva thorn an heart W kjMW BBK.....
Ibey ahall return unto nu with thelr
whota ru-aii Jorenuah St Ralawre
< NraHB -Ilk Ka, te IBe ..-.
By Mary Rtaker add) A. tied MlaweM
la good anB ta Spirit, goodneaa and
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liatriiprs will hear coin i
thf arorks resd, lommaiila (tvan
li.v Iwo wall known Fnlih critic*
Whether W*t lndi-t. writer,
aarac with these cruicisms which
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tu time Is a moot point, quite often
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''! for (nought and do show
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works in question. On Sunday
IU) Insl Ihe protramiiie ill optB
with a short story by Seyniotu
launder of Barbados Btttltd
Three's a Crowd' and the con-
cludalaj ""W f Ihe programme will
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tot* given by Aithur Calder
V.urshall. On the 12th inst. a
wries frf poems. The Fabulous
sj
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It. NatM .
4 OB p m Th* N*wt a 10 ,. ... Th*
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i J IN"iaiiin>e r. ; Id p m Tl,-
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, RwrM 10 >0 P " Isancr
* p m Tales Irani th*
' bUndl
..1 1^- ie;ni f0tl
comments ii ihcn hj Hy ruller.
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hour and begin at 1.15 pjn. They
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bands. 11 75 and .Vi
men-Oi
The Rewponsibilitv O.
Ilro.ult .i-Iiml
slt iTHHaaii n
The Times after faghl
Dlrector-tieiier.il of the
SM two hrihHtk'-i.! In r .- iii mil al
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.heme is 'The Respons,'
Broadcasting' and tlu:<
taik^. the ibsi rlaalint with the
ie^.rL-it>ilitH's Wiihui .i Notion
or CommuBity1 and Ins
'lefrtnfaajH Nations and Communi-
ties." They will I ,
Mondais at 9.00 p D
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i
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will bro.nl>
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by l.t. Cmdr. Iiavid llowatth
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Islands ^nd Oenipliil Norway
between l'M\) and 1945. The
>ervlee was so well orfH
the Norwegians tli.-n.-.. !-..
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OWn eountiy The hioadcart re-
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* ** Lectures On
A/YZ> a1 ILL MORE ERRORS ""-'"3
I
Mural l^partrrsseu
-
e. I *a, this bee*..
this Mw iippoiiitmri.i 1.1.1 MVf lags* I usao lb. tmim- trt
... tlUOOat
.ee. I say uns Decausc w it- i*tnown| tax* u inc ir^i-sor. ,.hi ; ,d:"rSL1a^S5ift Rest-
t*cialit) tnrn ,,, _-_, .
..1 to discuM thu new aupothtmrni hum Have legt I ..sao in. un u "
n eeo made or '( " a*""
, fiom Um st ; ,""' '"
School Mud .
TWi would ha* hip <>f tin- B n1 ppotalimanta Liking ll this methoo. of tag ng leacb-
Uftd invc era from the First and ike **' l"\'r. m*"a'
dim deal wll
Irom Pint C ope thai i do the Director h. has not yet
l
i |o him the justice of saying _lha' le"turc* a-t follow*


huspic.on.s then .
hundreds of people
: ;iot be able to consort iu
future.
fotn
douM

. k after it was sup- 1 do not belie1
If I have martyrised myself. P*ed to have hcci. the danger Of
then like the Psa

person who knows that some-
thing li
not q
me. bin rrsAing. 1
to find that th,- only p|

tho people closely ronii
the admmi.vti;itiun <>t edUCfTtMn
in Barbados. A: L
prophesy now that unless somil
public en< I
future many Barbo "1
I the f-
1
in the "West lndV*
en. which nro-
, pro ratio
ei popvJ
(1
djfleoHy tUiif
- on of the appo
M. D. Weslofi. H.S.

oi the Bernei
oil. I knew o( Ita pc
"'
Ppoartnieoi f aaoilsi
if 1 he ("nil
imp 1 1 m
n .
the I
I oring
.-.ins bad taker, thfl U
. ,: ill liiehmon i;iri came up indard This
..:;
thul hi
such .1 policy
pr he m'ende it or not tt hi
ember 16. hound to reduce n .-
Btld BJ
gainst Lh. -! h;i
ttUes it ecmi t ' *"i"f
aimi teacher* in ln s to mi.
, (if course 011 some future ocea-
u 1, 5ion. and If I .'in not side traeKM

more rrors of this kind.
. sii..kapeare-* Stage
COfDOd) "f '
I Kink John
i lubu Caesar.
* Al You Lfl
I
1 II..
a. Macbeth.
9. Anthon. and Cleopatra.
10. The Winter*-. Tale.
The first, on Shalt*
, ny nvini vrron^ oi inn. " The first.
i.s he posatbty can ll a*ga*ataa 'his clamour foi st if >s given on Mondaj ruibl
I teachers, what it is cos* embci at Wako-
uand (hi terms of anx- ftfrU, tl> an ,.,i,our*gingl> large
he fallaej of the pre- aUil, .. if the lecturer
1 larrison (''>Ueiu- tiiul miidc on *"* method. w nl over more <>i lets fammm
I .,,,11 .ngrc,. Mn to lr_i, B,nd ,. ,,,.
t method.
I shall digress here to give t
alBgk There Is or*
that the Direct- sperialirt '< lieimeio
U tick to his gun% an Dm' .1 Hi to thi- puh- iniii.'h to tench "*r;irilh albd liook-
. ping 11 imrbt he good J.II0-
ratlon of sp-ialuiu. but to gfe II
ttsa ^or comnieudation
n can be of ^s much u* 1 ernad.
he 1 do not want it to be lake
..11 be wharo it is the eonttaill th.it I believe, or intend to ron-
( Ihnt the girl -, the IdM that the Cnroctoi Of
oming up to the standard d< Education U responsible for all *?
HnrliiidosSehol.il- the errors of which 1 twri BO0V
plmiKid !* thf, *nln>tmtt>U'*U. r,-
Jn UiU cast I am eeaturing M *m wrtaus when-1 writ-- this M".
causo It would 1
* to Bnd i"-,r' 3
Ihaaa rig thinf 10 do an 1 '
xpert discourse on you
ravourttc literary period.
tgr r> Bapoaiu>>|
Mid.rManding <(
*hirh is essential to lh
ment and erIUciarn <.f Hie plaj *
.ited by a fllm-i Iflp a
famous drawing, lit
then went on to a discus*ii>n "t I
numboi ' intereatlng question.-
indlaaolj
lebntable. Are producer* wroru;
Shakeapeara'i plays? U
' Han .-
ut In Srhakes-
id thjt there
ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial
COUGHS
COLDS
THERE'S NOTHING
CURES AS SWIFTLY
AS
CANADA'S LARGEST
SELLING COUGH
AND COLD REMEDY
BUCKLEY'S
MIXTURE
1


CQLLEQE
can help y*>t to success
through personal postal tuition
Person..' Potl lu.u.-i I I
*rc oflcied lh' .ant chani
pav nJ * One of lhe*e course* will lead to yot
Neat I
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a>a>oaga;aaaaaaoaoa)eaooo'>oa.a>ao
of
1 j-uch sciunu-e.
tho plnv

lion of En'iulry.
J E. B
Lumbvr Cleared
From Wharf
Follow iijj the uiuomlrmed re-
Ki. 0 about pos-
sible ban DM week''
'.I notified
'.' lutabea deaden who had lum-
ber lylog on the wharl ( I
ter bo-ui to haVI il '
quickly as possible.
work t>> pa
. Irrk' Of lh*
yaMst helped to clear th,- afnorf
iCreat dwd.
Some <>f the lumi< 1
lying there but t b OXpl
this will be removed early ni
ivoefc
Up to the present there has been
,. the Hai -
bOUT M ilut possi-
ble Iwd weather, bill
burrieane warnlnas art '
Hub And Bicycle
Collide
THL WEATHER
REPORT
11 11 i.i) \\
Raaalail fraaa t "iiimuui .
nil.
loljl Kjlnlall for month Ui
dale : .i In.
l.iuprraiurr 10.5 I.
Wind Velocllv : I miles per
hour
n.........i.i i a.sn.1 1 it.Wi
ill *.m.) : 2H.M58.
10-DAV
gavriM : 5.49 a.m.
Sun*el I fi.OO p in
Moon 1 Laot Quarter. Octo-
ber 10.
I.IK ll ting i ti.lM) p.m.
Illlh TMe l 4.49 a.m.. 441
P.m.
i.ow ride i:<> um. tl U
p.m.
Waterfront
Busy
unities was raised and by Illustra-
tion Mr. Douglas-Smith pouod
Out tli.il not 0T1I;. w;is Shakespeafe
nol the pioneer of this revo-
lution but was hlrr.*elf not nl-
.......dalnful "f the unittoi
h am i.' think.
Nor hgVO thit unities been banish-
ed forevar; for a modern fx-
T1IK w.itcrfrdpt bustled with ample of iincompromi.'.inif adaji-r- |
activity yesterday. The schooners enop to tnis principle \i
I niHitliy 11. VansMytssian and found In B C. SheruTs ''Journay'i'
/.iU VYoait* which arrived "1 port ftid". ti^ I
on Hiursday und Friday nights It was LntoreaUng lo hear (Hot
1 ly, were unloading then Hamlet was acted at sea by EB- ,
ca. goes of copra aim ch.. ethan sea-dogs not six month
this involved the assistance of after it appeared in U>ndon.
local dealers In this commodity The lectures arc on successive
together with that of the cTcwV Monday nirghts, exrlnding the
Another arrival was the schooner bank holiday, and the fee for the
Marlon Belle Wolfe r irso \< 84 cents fin Association
cargo. 'ts and $1.00 for non-mam-^
Launches and their crews had a I
1 in 11 uon.x
PIPES -if.
We have u limited <|Uunlily of -
BI-ST QUALITY KNCU.1S1I
GALVANISED
PIPE
SJPECiAM. CASH OI I lit
GALVANIZED PIPE
SUITABLE FOH WATF.R OR GAS
in *?", V. 1". 1' t". I1-.-". -' und I Diameter
L-d b,
busy day. Thi>
Ihe arrival of the ships Golflto
and the new Saguenay Terminals
^teamer Kuoadrle which brought
.lid general cargo to
the island.
Many relatives and friends of
Har-ld Br<
St. I'hibp. 1
12.1 "i p.n
r-old '.choolbe
r Stroud Land
an ... ,,
StA AND A1K
iftAfnc
Police Officer
Inlrannil
wrrTlt Ihc BOUl8.' Ward,.,,,., -^ul'''f'^'TOnM:'' ??'''For.C.'.
PLANTATIONS Ltd.

1
1
1"
.. 1
2"
2' " |l M
3" -. 1
4"
1 BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., lid.
(THK BOtTSE FOR BARGAINS)
No. lb. Swan Street / Ftione 21119. 1406, 3534
ti
IN < \RI.ISI.r: 11AV
1. ,,
PU|b
i. ..iu.-

o .
cident mi Magazine Lane. Clt>.
with the raotoi b i M-761 while
he wo* riding bda father*! Wcyci
Brow
wu*.
. L
1. 1 11 Vr
rtoa uriw *i>ii.
II III.I lllVCltl
} of the
proceeding
White Partt.
the bicycle
not hurt. At fgM | Hsh
ci.iini tin' Irns . - Uwartsii cran
TIlO PrtM fi-n. i.iiaktum;
.....dcoma Uicir rSpMUn l-"- 'ived her, ypMarOy by
Ola, vha in.ludni Ihu Wat ll- GIBU Iron, tl.Kl.nd Inlraniil 0:1
ilit crlekelon. ,.it.t HH LoRBnlp Mb w.y hack home. Ho hud ;it-
Iho tMatop, IM Hight Ur. U I.. (.;. ";'
' Coui
M it.-ll-Vllit.
---
9^
ta*t worn out. drprsia. Of
n down (l*i or two Oay of
Win* will quickly restore Ml
up (he whole nervoui tyitam.
Giving n viullir it 'oriifie* *ou againii taeer
and eshsuition and ntn>an Wm. u aipaclailv ilvaklo attor illness.
iiing, Burning and Smarting ot
c z i
Hopped In
gh.
0 Minutes Sv?,
v n i a u I* . my-m
;-5'tBJB "XT'?.- S*<*Y
hr* n. ! i "
1 mi-rioi anil aas* m lo lo** fou'
rin. cleat rir aaSa*i i cubiib. .
. ...I oon'f \A a bad Ha * mm*
mop.E
*> u>a> fu* *UiiIM "
7<>u las* " altiaciiw
trun?^ -*
. la iwiu "
jBwft!Hr.,,iV..i,r.
*. K *ho*rit*>
.ithlnf, barolni anl uoaii'r
11 MSM. TTla-l aftvlblti. A
NmaSfiin. II alopprd uir ...;....
uiinulea. 1 eoulS wat. iyrlai'i< .'
eooo4>*aa**a**a'*>4n
aa.r-4
diarawd.
A New Discovery
N,.4l If .It 0:'",-l'.l. bU dld.t.l
.1:1 osulaieea l"U hair nrr mi >
,m and i.,,,,.
I feaU alrnoH li.- a poadrr whan m--------------------------------_
.'., t(iiiii. n.ioiiip no'" u tti auM to *u .' ', (ha .hum- or aurfara Win Wain- blotthaa aad aaaly Ui- i :-ra* l* i-
h.iaoafm nmUliu Infraaiaiii* dara U- filaada mnr aBMSad > ' **
1,1 ii nii it.n liouMn In lliaaa S wafi. i>bbii in ma uhiiiih-.
".-Mi and killi Ilia mtrrobea ar P.ra-
ler fkin omonnn
itinai i>aiuitia_BiHl iimii.t
BUCKFAST
TttXir WINE
..... nkllttr -al Ilia
il ,-l. .,..|h
Works Fast
IhCftu'a Huaocm .. WSsaMgcoUa .
lo paM -kin inaibla..
Sotlsfoctlon Guoronfoo>d
Nlaadam .i-.i. ir -kin lo jor fornaW* *
diim. drl f*.,.*..- ''I chaftii-
jda,jr Laa* la II* BillO'i in Uw BaBraii>
a 1 '.on a ill ba aai*-l al Jj*.f rf.1>V*1 ':;
last liaap am *i-f lOdaria (n oaa
<"n and al ilw aad of rial tiair It tia>
1a
h. ckai. oioovr
._ iaaenllcan aitrarurr-
V.' Ktrd Pi -I... UaM aitl i-.-"..-
nirad wliarevar T fa. of ran !
Mm the *mpt pa-kfe ad rei:
m b* rafundad in uil n. Nn
rsol CMioiil lodar. Tha cuarema* pioi-
Doctors Hrove
A Lovelier Complexien in 14 Days /Q
mm
For a Brighter. Fresher ^, \ .' ,." '^ 1
Complexion, use Palmolive 11- I ^>'/ '*"^*S{-
Soap as Doctors Advised "'
leading ikin pe Polmolivc Soop (on impiove com- 7T**"o*.?^Ta.
ploaient in moay wayi. Oily ikin looki riaasWs a* U W Saw
lass oily dull, drab tkin wonderfullv 3 ^ *'"''* w M**
brighter Coare-loo.n0 skin oppoors
finer.
Stop over-forty overstrain!
Headaches, indigestion la. k-ifanorgy. Inability
to concentrmto. are olfen the consequences of
the physical and nervous --train caused by over-
work and worry. Toree* -n your digestive and
metabolic tone. Btronwthen your nervoe and
incroase your energy, sfarf tOJdnp PhyUotan
tablets ;o-dy .Iuhi two tablet* three
times a day before meals, but If you
take the tablets regularly, the
results will astonish you. ,
fortifies the over-forties
- ^'*
StarliaH October isi and tranllnulntf (hroDKh -.iii-
l'r I .-.Hi ll.w.i. \.s i,,.,,,.,, Iriiicl Plan will enlllle all
Sroapti of nol leas than 6 persons travelling lotfether to a
rebate of 2.1% trn minimi i-.miii.i trip farea.
Retarn llrhet* are val'rt for 30 fall da>s and retara juur-
ne.vs i.ihsi be <-ompli-ii-' by II.. .nil..-r 15th.
Consult veur travel aSaat,
or rail B.W.I.A.,


SUNDAY, Ot TORI R :>. 19:.'
SINDAY ADVOCATE
pxr.i tiiii: 11 i n
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
wLti
a*:-1 1 1
$ rjp >>
/jur-
-^OCT. Ww
H.INT OF THE FLYING SQUAD
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
STOCKS A* MXHAUSTaO^g^
4AC '^ ^HffVW WOT
ae^l ewsmed ou*
cuSTOMens win
QO LSetVHEHE. f
DAIL\ EXpR^**^"
^/tioooo wiu3b haul V^
\ V :--^sMB
LlSTEfV CftLOC, *A ^O^JOtH
Ti -ASiATCST4fl >JtSO
CA**'BD -a LeOtTtAAJXTE
co*/m*anA*c*jT b*o*jght
/A/ t*VCW" GOvemNK*M-r
L/cervCE... most o^ rr
V7iA. OO TO TUB . Vt
0*UO COMMNY.
DOES THAT
HEL* US
rv
E
K M. S*A*Jur*CTi->mE .
--ev -*1ff EMZA&ep ON I
j *VW/CA* MEANS(
|SH'/*"T SK4G*
irmobOH t>je
|Cfsro.vs cm i
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
FLASH GORDON
fa
BY DAN BARRY
k ; 'so .vc have bmn*1 1F0HMED win
kM iou Shot that
wff *.&o cxr wcnstm
IpR >Oj P C^mst -
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
"SATURDAY MQHT WA<5 T^i I
wOtTST WGMT IN THE WEE..'
roa t* CAftftCAws'KO*-
tiec eat,^.; p*N>n __J
uaTED WTBP-TOO *
EVEffV TIM6 TMB PffifJOPAL C*
T"6 SCKXX. OOT uP to SPEA*
#T A MEETH3 -A SAO-'NOW
K COCLU60i'- E>Eff>
-J6w Tiv COULP
AJHPCOff AT
;
cunwy oToa_e aavb
M30J A***tL AMD
AN f ECC (XRl^TMAe
MOTOLO MM1Q 00
OUT AMp PkAV iN
T* W^OCS-*D-
'AMP * US-v *n>l&CW fc*>/ED !
WTO Twg NEO0OPMOOD -ITW6.
EVCOveoOv 6 gU6g6 TO
SEE ***T KJO OC *OJSE-
KUCM6MW06 TV*Y MAD-'-J
r-P
"':'/"'

RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
THF PHANTOM
______BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
JWAM
^cGiUv
to Ihfi in.
Gordons
Stands Sup'cAtHJL
nv.ivt > yw' through the courtesy of
^Dorothy Qray
v.luisi- Il.-Jlllv <'on*ullAiil. MlM I I.in.' Kmki .1.1 Hill
be bl* to flv* jou Uif brnplll of .-M-ii mMN on >our
i i i-.tni.tl I--.i- iiiidjiMii'. from TupmU* llh U> Thur-
A*\ mh b*(wren .3I A.m. and 3 30 p.m. at Ihr nn.jrirun.i or COLUNK LTD.. wlr dUUIbuUr* of
borolhy Cltay B^uty PrfparaUona.
Trual lorrthy our B*ul>
Problrma.
COLLINS LTD.

save ami: axo
THOiJBLE
COME STRAIGHT T<> YOl'R JKWEI.LE.IS
LOUIS L. BAVLEV
Where you will And Urg* MteOt&OD ol
GIFTS liUt THE
Wife
in E.P.N.S.. Sli-rlini; Silvrr. (ry~lnl. mill ( liina
THESE ARE Al.l. OK COOI; gl'AI.'TV
AND ARE REASONABLY PRICED
iimr lull mid Mllki* Ylllir (*ll<
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
!,MVWAW*M*t*TOWV,i
Guinness
STOUT
FOR STRENGTH

W&y
C. F. HARRISON & CO. (Barbados) Ltd.
P.O. BOX 304
BARBADOS


U.I FOIT.TF.EN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
.1 snu .m rOBI R
CLASSIFIED ADS.
I-I III 14 SAIIS
TflFPHONl 210.
I'll I >
il-.i *. IBM MII-ToN
His a* ,,f Hughcndcn
I place at :
m Hond.t and then
d family
THANKS
loaiined

Joseph Gnfflth *hmbiUi, Ctai
r.er.i Batven
H'.lr.d
vraisorii > nee ikMoak thi
i.i i hank all
.in ill- card- .
i by uu
.
Km neti 9
M,-
Bhiw If ilolph. Horace 'bmtlni.-
IrM Ma none. Una. Frauleit.
taleier*, ______________ft ISM-In
itAlToVl Mi Victor W.lcolt -n
tomll) be a I thank jU IhMT i" ,
who attended Ui
funeral, .ent wreaths fid> litier- I
V any ulhsr wat i
-eeenl MWVMM*
vraiiontd bv the death of ou- dea
. .i,M . wo, fbvtfintn. W
IN MKMUK1AM

llh. 1B>
i rual.r
heart-
M.., ...
IM lade.
That im
Drain ha- made .1
i heart- w
To dwell
i die.
I i- '... ii
Wltli CflllO
la- (a.nUiriM b> Mir*
ibinUic' and family.
Hi end Dorothy l-.m
UJ A
tegl. The
Bralhwall
H-.il
I OH SAI K
AUTOMOTIVE
wrum* I.
Ml 13th C
tort Royal Gal
RKAI. ESTATE

o Bale, each h.
Modayr
< I".. III F:eet Ma*!.

Appl. A I
oiai ant w.- f a .....
. :. BB M ft Hill ]i
nciuiiMi I ,|fl

.

( lm..ii .A .
nail. Our* In I
>rei IH.i.l. M -
CARUM III AIM
.ndilion Owner dr
nloimallon dial 3S3B
A Til. perls-(
J 10 it J.
CHRYSLER ROYAL IMS MODEL CAH.
food lyre* and a bargain al BW0BO
?ourleay Oarage. Dial 441*
IM .in application la Mi
, M.il.-r ..
1
..t 1)11' ofli.
:
Mh October. IKS al I p'm
I lit at ,
KAROO TRUCK One -11 ISM Fm..
reach Maehnnieellv found al
(enetally food. Engine recently mn
taulcd. Courtesy Garastc Dial 4Sla
. 10 i3
TRUCK, llnr IS4T Chevrolet Trot l
SB in AuM londltlon On* 1*.
..id c-r F> a- Apply i.i O Clark*
Nder. Hill, Bl "hilip or t> BolOe.
'ward iid* Road
LAND 4
kitchen gaid.n t.
.alrr In-tailed.
l|.
tact C Hai belt.
q. (rat at
with li ft '
the land can ! pur-
\
C a Advocali
ft 10 u In.
ia'.h iT'n' NBVia
.SB .1. im*e*W
I'l.mU flock* tcjllla. si. rev
. ID .i
sXBCTBICAL

mi.
n
C Von Rall-ri-
l> r.r- R*a*..i

Inapactkm oil app.tcatio;
AltTION
O 10th .
If 'I
it >p.,.. bi ; H im n*-
OOD UJOJ .,d |144 >quar* frr-t n

in to h.-. mnatM* aaa
ri>ndltiii ..i -........ li AHCHBt Hi
KTNZIZ n..i : victori- Strwt
trrrt ft ID -4Mi

NOTICE
1 BarbaMlaa Talaphono Snaraa
IS Waat basis Mat
i
W lUrbadm Bhippina A TradlM 0s~

BM 1 ''
I ham wll b* aa>|
:i< l..r .ala at Public Auction on Fltday.
/.c till <>ct..brr. IHt al 1 p m at
:-irii.ion A Soaly, Luc. Straot
RndVatown 1 10 II 4n"
JN0ER THE IVORY HAMMER
VINC'TNT (iHIFFITH.
I si alKlMc-i
1 Thr liouta and lt apr I
P.EFIUCrRATOR -|*i*tcold- V, cii ]
Rvfrlicralor Nina monlha old Pa
ct aro.ki.ii order Onar four yaar-
latiUod 8tir,ca*Mo*l--ti'
will 4 10 M- Ji
Say. Hh Qnlaaar hHJ.
*BARWU<>:> A|DOV('
rlIvory Phonr I
FOH RENT \g
HOUSES
A.l.br .... l. JM-. A wM)
ba.Il hou II.' rrvrr bmm ortupir-l
LIVESTOCK

A-*APT*IFNr l'pUlt at "CaiiHt* Ith
ivi v to -n aoprowdt.nani
Oaa and ElaettclH inataiii I* _"*'
tkruU" l.V'v I., Mn P II v'*"rt",'
frtrpnon* 3US. ."._
TaBW PI AHTATIOS mUaS-dM
,v it.iatod APUlt O
|lil>.n.f Ml Standlaat. Rt Jatnaao,
N t Hoandt. Ciab Hill. St l-w>
MF.CHANICA1.
AIH COalPHatSaORB lor oporatlon lr.tr
wrL.ka-.tS ol Ti-tlai JUlly atlacbr
,oS iiid-laa lyraa In quark-yanc Court"
iirofc Dial *i. J 10 ftSSn
UrNDAI I nsraTi Avnu>
atoitstiri: on pproxii : an It
aliar\. drawins. md
MOSM. larsv K Aowot
.. and an.ii'r W*J fruit
' ti**

U B. U4n. '
' Tbc iiniirii.iiiiii will i ffo- fnr tala by
. om. No IT.
ir ISS).
I Kniaa k' .i*n a-
l-BASUJAI.FlVt- tUndlna o-i I Acra*. 13 ,
I BorbaiaM
I rh
|ir\TIU.FV
root imii 'i
Plione tft*
luc Wilrii Tatrar.
8ft OS par montb
i is as it.
UAIiAOE at "Manindan
- .i ... .
Rtna- 3*0 m >PI' 1-"
loutr ol Baauty. Ilantlnca
. llaMinS'i
;i larsa r-
i ... II.-
AtAJUCUl TII'AI F.WUU'MI i
<_l.jd.nal Craaa mowart.
rollactor. n-HB-H< m.-iuii
ii ud ditlilbutni". and loadcri Fcrtllm
.1..Ulbutoin. Hari.iot uloimh. and aaven
nthar Haana of inUiaal Courtaay Oarag.
441111 a l tii.
niCYCUTS llwrnla. and otb.r ..
.. children and adult* Rl'ECIAI.
. AhH j'HICBal Courlaar Oaraa;..
MASirl Ml A'- '-' i on ar* i.i,.
' .aa bathiu.1 hat m
ruUf fuliMoncd n in,*'
Thraa
l.cli k Oai ... itrt
i mi Pth ...-> as a
aut. bw
uu i I
TONB\-fIU>FT in ?U
F.ni.i-hl includlnj <"
and mijUla i I
nalhu.S Dial B13J
: - ',':; ....^-
WINTFItFI> I- '' *'"
dia*ihfl nnd dm>S ",n
/u modam rorivmu
The Housewife's
Alphabet
Wuik becomes pla
'ii ii >ou tmv.
RATCBAL oXs IN
VOI'R KITt'HFN
cost
IKU. -mi .si -i mi
ikflNU An
Couraa Hot award of Dlplg I
A.-ocutc or Fallow) wll
. .uu (or imi.fr atal u
Irrritina paicinnc POSTAL
*iih aapart tulora. OUAHANTE
Ct>lHsrs in Eneli-h. Comn>*icial a
Law tubJect*, london Chambar
Coinmcrcc v*. Inalltuta ol Com
ftaBT.B. Elc I'or FREE ROOKUTl
WHITE Now I., the laadlna iii4.iila (
1 SCHOOL OF
1 ,i,l
and there la olao a WaUrmill. _________.
m a wa-ahana. : -
Irajnift on g***?. * '*"
Ub* on ibc ,..,,m-. 1 '"'r11? B,,M
For lurlhcr parti,,il.r. aid cur. i (
I

sb sa-sn
L'XUER THE SILVER
HAMMER
i Tlmraday. Bth OM by order pf
M.. Gordon Yoarwood, w* will aaU>
l-T Ifouac upprilntmcnU at "Plaaaan
Da...11. H.-d. which -
rludn Fjtr.i"i.i Dlni.i* Tahl. Uprlfhl
1 'ii-. .n> nice Waawon.
I I JUIIrf and cuah-
kaM.. Rocbata. Oala-Lcg; Tea Table
i dim Card Tabu-. R c a
-id China. Crtatal Bowl.
I Tao *.,...,. palnlatM an.
Pirtmc*. Rraaa JatalLni'rr- RowU Ac
Aiawitoa Clock Varandnh ChalFBi Sm
no-i Binsk- Badataada and Sprlnsa
Daap Saasp and Fibre Mattrmarv Mir
lorad Praaa. Burani Badnda Table
Prla-DN-ii etui, in M.."*..-. ftinfa
Sawtnf Mactiuii ll.iner I frfrctioi
Kline. Cooleteloi 7im Top Table.
Kil.h.i. Ulena.li. Scalea. Gardai
l-n*h CaraanUr* Toola Booba. t'.n
i ' .4..... other iicmi
s r II 30 o-c'nea Tern.. Caah
i.i; \m.i i: i imii m w .ft CO.,
\i_. li.i-irrr*
5 10 11- an
I NDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
.1 I IN ui IilBFS
U IMI.IK
HfcLP
CLErUt Clerk lor u* Warkakop
layiianciiciiic aalary SS* 0* pec month
etwee" the hour. "H-lp to C
lark Dowdi
Lad Ecb-em
BALVRMrN OR nAlXEWOfdXN tu ,.i
Cap* ler U O M Blurt and Catineib
tarl'icy. Lowei Bay flut Apao now
CANE CARTS Imported alUStaol I
heel Draianed rapacuHy lor hMkl <
aitlona Cotirteay UtARH MoWEHN
iwii. 1* ruttlnn l-ir
[ii,l 4fllD
1
Cmut>--. li II >!*
-I lu a> Sn
MACHINE One TreaflW Hiii*. i
md Mn.hii.f Apply Mi- lone Cl
HI I Road, Bank Halt. Hi
Vt
OLIVETTI M 441 Typewrini. A"H
ible from Stock In varlou* aainai
-. Id- a- follow*:-
II" SMOSS
Ift" HS300
II" tJjsoo
Enqulrle. to R. P. Uuaaaal, Son Co
1 i \UE Htiuau at.

Wall aim Wo Ihrat beal-
ikioii twtHi 'iii-i
a-Hlaat. I)
Baal B..lh. ruruiina
(ai iiiiiii.irli.iiit ii_it(t.- ; on approii
, acre* Und. Aapay any Aw ieae>|M
C 1'i.itoiii
as-s.a*-an
TU: DOWU
owalln,,,. altuate al Th>
taSlnai an t.444 aauar* la I
..iilah. two
two bedroom., u.ual con
ili'heii Ac. aaraa.
i....m-, and .
. aland
laapettum .. apt t
HI Clan HUMS Dial 3I2S.
TB4- pr.ip.itv w||
by puhlir niir ofrlcv.
Jarue- Slii*l. sMSn*lWB, on FrkJa,
imii OcUb* IBM, '
..on RO*-'
oBdAb n
Aariita. Al
and Mi
l ah La.
ItK WKI K
i.i
I ,.!,],- 1 ..'..I.
on Rooma. IT Hmh SI.
Mr Leonard Kniaht
Ha\ne. Baal CMftaar*,
li.i .
AX1 E THAILEIW-WlthoU
Hit in haul lo the front. BSn
Tractor IJS0. other InMatrl
i E)li|ni....iiii|t W..ib- l'i "
ao.B.ftl tin
m-havis(. EyuiFMrrrr -- Tra.
Iterated (or applylnf wee.1 klilna.
rctlcmra nnd luiullcldr* Court
iarau. Dial 4BIS I 10 IS -
rltACToKli
i:v HAHHIS
Pneumatic .
S II VI1ARS II VKARS S
I Mini K l^Y \
1 MUM i; DAY III'
Thr Workers' Ds
ill bfl rclebratwl with 1
ii.iii.il..- Worker*
tolon
UU Bailuiii
l..11..,m prl
111 fliUiln-t.
I (] .nk-h.ili(Ju>)
At
Q1 I INS PARK
o.r-:..:..linn Bvsnb i
liuiud,-
vill
\J The i ii.nn.- Bee Show
\ Donkey i:.., .
O Acrobdtlr Ill-tpUy
Pyramid Buildlni
^ Hand llalanelni
0 Mliirlc i iiiiiini Kte.
\ Reauly Cunteat
t? See in. Crownlns of
\ "Mh* Barbados'
1 OORUi Kiiitbali (Ljdien
t Spin.vit-p. v*, Married
S Women
> Crickei M.itt-h Stevedores
I Ughtsjrrneii
v; Steel Band I ..nipcliUon
\ 1st |*n#e : SZS.OO
N Znd Prise : S1.M r
0 Vaudeville and < alvp-o
1 ( .....,.- i.:..... i .... Shaw-
7 inn and Mta-NitM
J free DANCTNG Free
', Worker- '. lelebrale Your
*; Ds\ I In nut mlaa II
;. MEMBERS FREE
.' Adulh 1/- :: trhlldren 6d
Gates Op-
al 1Z Noon
28.8.S2.4n.
rVRGt'HON AND MA*
available wllh whirl
i i, hall-tracba. full
many other attachment!
..,CoU..,i|0......
"Hi WAt*
HIKKI I \ M Kit tn.
- it ii aw i cm RCM
ThU well and aubatanauiUy buiM
. e ho-..... floor. Sit-
ting and Dlnlns lOBtne. 3 Ini.
nit. d wiin baain* nnd ri.niiu,..
, .iilmard*
i '
There If a '-..ill In Linen cupboard Ir
line paaaaaaway. and a,I the 'ooma arc
Iflltcd with :.. and the
> fitted wllh hood, and ahul
On the round floor lhaee I* a lam.
cellar I fi t.'.h v.nti i-n.nl floor ant
ample room for Moraae. laundry ate
the ground., and areant'B bath am
t, net in lb* |Mund Saat i '
inider-ineiilK.neit w .11 Oil
t'N'OEK THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
.lion. rvielved from tin
Satlabetl
i bar
i'oUcr I wn, aaall
ell", lakr. F..IK
i 12 JO or
hdhl rut-nHura wttteb
I aakara. carpet, 4 i.i
:ediU.
"Speed
aaw-UH- be
Load bureau.
iSIiimii teleicope 1
irir.fU". waahatar.d..
ii.'lr.iom ware, an
TYPE WRITERS
POULTRY
I'OUI.TRY (BUI 1 IMrc lln I
ii.i. | i,...mli. old Telephone 4Sn
4 io ai an
i'Ol'l.THY While l*ali.n
Khi Sue ll.ilcl .'.I f.....i the I imo
ilKHICAN KAUDEH tftO ISO edS ttniln
;iJVia(Fl> TO YOC No.rmbri a>,.l an.l
m-v la Uvi nnwaiili I(..I.i,iii aSSJ
AY VK A Vimi
im. Ht Andrew
5 io aa *,
OKDFJfS
Btt
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIUjtKB Of every daeri
iiaaa. China, old Jewala. Ane
.v*lemiiui* Early booka. Map.. Aul.i
lapria eU at Oorrlnge. Antlqua Bhoi
Ltjulmnf Royal Yachl Club
Sfftl-ll.n
I1H1CKS. Lumber. Yard st.ifl .
;t. apply abovi
uro-Cola Faciiu.. faibudaT Bract i
..... 3S0I after > 4 10 IS S
i buy. but II 1
d. lansc

raaantins U
n Friday Hi* Iftth dnv t
i t p ni laapaclian la
rlrphonma BIB) Far fu"
IiHsVfir Ihu Iliainond Il-mmrr
I have been aMSTMSlSa b. B'doa Asen-
im Ltd i" a.li hv pubiie auction al \'
H aim Taxi Cab Co Bay Street on Friday
loth Oct at 1 n'clock the foil ,wln
III n-w Guv motor truck with a lot of
.',.. r. p..it> vei. fciuU for the roanlnS
trop III Citroen car. Hi KaUer car.
i .d* car*. Hi Pilot radloa
s A il lube*i. Ui caaea Roidrau* wind.
pMUaa, iJS> IS5-400 Michelln
. 1S5 * Michelln lubea
ti.leiealecl partlea ran nopect the above
nv n.. r..enl Sundav on application to
the Bdna Tin Cab Co
H APi Y A SCOTT.
1*1 III.la %l 14 *->
COTTIJ;. CATl-iL.ii A I. I
M S M in
roil s\ i
MISCELLANEOUS
i
I it,nlitv .
Shoe Same.

Hull A SV>ii
3 IS M .in
I
fl a all. i.'i'.nlel, w.i"
bat ami chain. I
i
. i

stipsi'iLaent iw t.i Ihe Halt. Talaarapb.
l.nliiJi laadUag Dally Newepapar no-
rrl.lng In Baibadoa by Air onle a tew
.i.......ler publication in tendon Contact
I... Ual* co AdeacaM -- * '
live. Tri ai

11 |
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-
SEA VIEW GUEST
SOUSE
HASTINGS. BARBADOS
Dally and U>ntferm Hate*
quoted r-i requedl.
Permanent l.uaaU
welccSBe.
Dinner and I'oekUil
Parties .rranaedl
J. H. BUCKLAND
ProprMitor.
its the Auvni;\n:
Fur i.mm iiiiiihs
NOTICE
I II Ol MO I OUrtMCN
ACT, iale
I i ..i NHN1 ii"
HF.ltFHY OIVEN lhat ((..
. a* Ihe lnp.n, -HI be
i- ,11 d day of October 1*51
,. .,f Orloher Itsa |...im
(iii- h...ni of Daraaftsn
C K COKBIN.
asnisn

NOTICE
etni-H ni i I0WVS1
ii ii ITIONS i... vocanl FrUer
te) .ed by the in.
in.d not later than Belinda., ih.
.t. ,.( October INI
he Widow, iwhlte.
,'t.ilenrd elreiim
KINO.
li Veitry.
4 1U JI *
I i.
A T
S) .,.-.
NOTICE
OLD HAUMInoNIAN SOCIETY
. .. ... Open Day at H C
atJ .iL.I li".- SB 1'huia.lay. Ovtabci
M u... c.kei match 13 at Tad
eetaua a a to T p m A
u he ..itrndins e a.kcd
- v by Monday ISU<
c.rrrEN'*
ri Smrelai.
-as b atan
Ma
I.O.VI A FI'ND
LOST
,-,-.-,,-,--.-,-.-.-.-
A SACIED ORWal
under Hie aalSSi
MK .....Di.l I Ht -III
will be held al
SOCIETY CHAPEL ST JOHN
vl m.m lilt <" inni i
PROGRAMME t tl I
-^*e****'e*,*e*-*eV>',*e'e*e'e*e'e'**^^
FOH SALE
AT
Graeme Hall Terrace
UesuiaxH-e containing 3 bed-
largB living room, uoliery.
vants' rooms. Approx.
.Mable into two flats.
i rt .: i Log to the Colony
BMl will 113.800.
We consider this to be a |lva away tlgure with the land
value alone being worth over 1:1.000.
JOHN EM. III.ADON A (O.
Timor MM Plantations Building
'r<*p ihls dale (iptf'i fur the
ANNUAL LEEWARD
BALL
ii thr 1TH NOVF.Mnrjl
I PARADISE BEACH
(I.I'll
/I rid u-alch ihli ipacf.
TICKETS SI.OS
REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
NEW BI NC.ALOW
Known a* No 10. Blue Water*.
and etandlns on approvimataly
H.uBO aqunre laet ol land. con>-
Sllaaal three bed/o.im.. one with
dretainf-roam and toilet and beta
aliiched. combinatioii di-wln* and
i,Him. acpa'.ite l.illet aiul
b..th. modem kitchen, two aarvanta
-V.11 I. II I II
i piUira three bed'oom.. lare
Lvins foom. dlnlns room, "wo
i. i- and bath- one with tub
lN.il. and hat and cold water,
gallery Downitalra: three .pare
i kitchen and ehowrr room,
alandlns on approaln,..'.
an ol band -.i-. H ll*> Fssoa '" ":
Gabbea Beech Thla prepertv ha.
beei, eatenaivrly tenovaled by lb*
prearnt owner, and can be had for
a very reaaonable price In*pt
tlan by appolnlmcnl only
niNdAl.ow
l.iH-n .ipbuarda na wei
t..i.l*i. Thla proper t.
l>..p..iai lealdentliil an
iitiiii i.ii'V tin" bedroo
iiuung weter. catnbtnatli
a and dlnln room*.
t-WOALOW
Kluale In Rock lev New Road
nmnndlng nuirnce>t - '"
CohT Cu-i* .inooatriictetl to

L.^eri, Bit. I.. nd ball.
|i.....tali.; Ben ant. i
toilet and bath, i.nese
UllUWll'
tl. The pr^>i"I. al -nd. or.
appro* lnialrl> If.aail w -
of land
Bl SO ALOW
Situate al Graeme H 1 Ten ace
peel .'i.-LLiively dealg: rd. easv
ni.n.a thiee bedroom* t

Irving ro.ma. kitchen, vt raiutari te
gbe weal and a nice pi ran Thr property el
and* m%
arproaln-tel. . - re
1 I \\ ins
Top Rock C nmpi lalng
dth
In* tollel and bath, ajyare roam
that tan be uaed aa a breakfaat
room >< .hiW.ei.. miiacry. living
and BBBlnl """11 kitchen, toilet
and bath wrth ho. andi cold w-ar.
^Mah Jo .he .ih andIS-"
an (he north The...........SHgB
entnpriM- aer.a........... """
toll, i and hih. and u*ge
gar.-iar Innp.tlion by appointment
only
FABAOOM
Sllue'f near Seawell Airport.
rialng two
. if
I Ith
illacbed. Iw
ldn-'in- wllh die-.inu I
i, .ill ... iupb.iarda. toilet
large open eeiandah ent
Of hoiar ilh a lo.ei.
i hancery Lai* Iteeen an
DoarnaUlra: Entrance lobby
i'
| ..Till
_____breekl.i reSBS.
!-h*n. Unte alud;. and a
ii pallo to the aoulh
Ti p....ty aleo haa lenely
...iindV and a portion of arable
),IMI ....lamina l acee*( lo-
ipMiaa By appointment only
I om SFBW4U COTTAOE
A i..vel. citiage aUndlng on :
,00*1* perch of Und dtuaaa
,1 St Jame* Coa.l having It*
own pi i vale bathirui beach, and
nBai|""~f thrae badraami, wiui
M -nd bath I.i main
diawlna and dining
ropean bath w llh
l'i'"
nlng
.!,.
,L.nary. worb.h..
K'
Thl. Dinprrtv
"Soapir.: ciulls hair_
Halo glorifies It!
HALO l.ov.i ,o.
I.a.r wond.
and aty tc
HAIO mak.i
b.l
HALO SH am poo
SHIPPING NOTICES
I V "MOHBKA" will
irgo end Paeerngera (or
Dominica. AnUgua. atonUer'aL
NeA'll and SI Kltla. and Paa-
aengera oatl* for Bt Lucia, Ball-
ing Friday 3rd October. lBftl
The K V -CAR1BBEE" will
accept Cargo and Peaetnsera for
" '' '
Ne.:. BRd Kltta. and Paaian-
eii only tor St Lucia. Selling
start i
llih October. ISftI
B.WL ecd0!*rn oSH
ASSOCIATION (INC I
Caealgae*. Tele Na *a4T
Canadian National Stiuimsliiirc
HOI rBBtll SH
i-.i. Bednay
.nadlau ( ball*-|er
I anadlan ( BBSSM
s..I I HI."I Ml
HI iHOS
ar -
A.F.S., F.V.A.
FOR SALE
nil. it ni.i..i. -i i mm ni i
Reach property ft bedrooow. living
.'d dining lyui... gaUer>. aarege
B.....im. n i.i-
.ANO. T HICHAM- 4 t.
Mi 1O.0SO Ui IS.OOS aq fi
0 Oct I) Oct.
a* 4 .N... I Nov
33 Nov
3S Nov
: Dm
Arrliea Areieea Arrli"
B*.U* M l-h- Malll.a
0 Oct 31 Ocl
II Ort
_ S Nov B Nov
_ 13 No.
4 Dec
I Da
l Dec.
33 Dec 3J Dec
. failkrr yarliralafi apply e
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Aient..
'.-,-,,".-.'.-.'--.-.--- -,wmwww.;
SEND US V0UR ORDERS FOR
(.IIIH/VIH Ml Sll WERE.
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad Si Tudor Streets
mttixrtriXKtTmfytrttaoooooo'1--------in-itm** .x*iooas>fto.
..,... ..-....a.,..,,.........-............ .....
FOR CITY CLERKS AND BUSINESS MEN
OUR
MONTHLY BREAKFAST SERVICE
Is now Availaljc in addition to our Ki-sturanl (Upstairs)
nd SnackeiUv Grill room and bar (downstairs).
For Bates and PsaWI efttlnrj Phone 4?3u
ARLINGTON
MarhtU Str*Bt
rhrf....... Mi FOSTER TAYLOR
PAkl.
In
fKIM.
aoma. garage
inn -I -I
Hore> reaitlencc
BBaSSSSN BSSBa
if
MODIBN Hill hi fiNg H1U--
>ig room
I -i .
v. i si,... I K
Overlooking ,!.c very bcaptil-l
Bbi Men* Bay. 8t Peter SUnd-
Ing on approximately 4"e airea Of
land bdVwaS -n r.ten.tvc orchard
with apeciallv ae.ected fruit tree*
Tri. houae cmpriae. three bed-
ioem*. dining roam, living room,
modern loiMa and b.itlia wllh hot
and cold waftn Lara* verandah*.
H-fn.i.r nntli.iildind* Including a
NObUMIOt.
Kttuaie in Ih* Oaartaan. B.
Michael, coinpruing fou- bed-
Hd *ml
bath kitrheii allh bulll-in e..p-
bjnar.li verandah the whole l*i*tb
a| It.e I, rakSbag The outbulldtoa*
^paprua- two aervanta rooms with
L-at-i toilet and a garage l . gtl Tlii- abo.r property aunda
.a ..ppr. > ii.L-.t.l. 1 -1-1 M|
REALTORS Limited
TMKKK IS NO BETTER WAY
TO SETTLE DISPUTES
THAN OVER A BOTTLE OF . .
.1. II. T. SI'I ( I tl HI'N
(With Lhr l.i.i.n, i... I I.....U. .
a
Makr ThU Yuur F.vourilc BU'.id
a
It!.ml. .1 and ll....(l. .1 b>
Jll\ l IVMOIt A sn\S I.T1I.
Oial 43:t5 -;- Kot-btick Strwt
i.i -Mil M I r JAMEk
i "I.i ,,.d l>eautlfully
maintained proprrlv Drawing and
.Lull's rooana, verandaha, -un deck.
ft bedrooms, etc.
Ml T\ t FFTBB Solid
modern home with every con-
venience Lounge deck, sitting
room. 3 bedroom* Bathing.
Ol -. -i nrra i-.vahi,
equipped home with lounge, din-
ing >ootn. 4 bedroom*, double
arage. all aeivicea
N i.ltlHI BALL Recently
' ** houae Living; room,
I l-cdPooma.
garage, iaiin.ii. Genuine bargain
SI HlliIM | i iami. Keccnlly b,i,lt Pat In. drawing
.'. bedrooma,
Bathn.g
ttiMioira -r ri lib
> acre*,
la*, .tiling
VtlllTI HAI 1
HIM.-Cimverted into 4 e/c BaU.
MWlON LODGE. MAXWBLL
Gaiter lea. drawing and dining
edrouma. garage*
MiM>t niiton- rao-.ri.tT
ST JAMI- -.lone bungalow on
i i .ii i i,i '. t' mi i niK
' >" ...ie<- 3, - ilt.ible offlc. waiehouae.
-a- etc.
i.i i i...... HT nun J
alorey ratate tvpe houae Inter-
.aibililiea Good bathing.
IHOnria. pt. JAMESCountry
ln t'.K.t-e accepted
niNt.Al.on. lotKUi com.
inibrr houae main reed
LAND. TWEEDSIDE B0AD
Main road frontage 101. Area
-i I' Ideal businee* or
Bl alNESS rBEMISBa. BOI'E
11)1 III (K STRFET Oood shop
fr.i.lage C3.0U0.
KIAAIDI HOME. Nr SAMIT
i nm NT JAMES- Compact ft
room bungalow with garage
l.iv.e.1 priced property In thla
i M IIBl Bt.. m AVEME.
nEIJatVlUat3 alorey houae wllh
, i'. drawing and dining
... na study, 1 bedroom*.
Ni.W BIKflALOW. ROCKLST
Attractive houae with verandah,
living room. 3 bedrooma. aarage.
ROCMAIEA. IIA1KIII a SOAD
bedjfooma,
club
ittabk
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Ji'ilririly Sii||l>.
\\ t HI <, to notify our ( ii-Ii.iii.tn that a TOTAL
Mil Mums of l'i.- Supply will be necessary be-
jWMn IZ Noon and 3 p.m. on SUNDAY. 5TH OCTO-
BER, lo i n.ilil.- essential, alterations to be carried out
nn our Main HtKh Tension Switchboard.
Further work will In- necessary on subsequent
Sundnys and Consumers will be duly notified.
THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.
V. SMITH.
General Manager.

MX*
VIIXA atlHA. FAkalAOF BOAB
HI planned bungalow
Of) 14.000 sq fl Dining .lltlng
:c~.in. 3 bedrom*. oulhootee.
-I tlOBT. r.UMI BAT. ST.
JABuU Be-ntodelled 3 alorey
houae with patio, lounge*. 3 bed-
room., good beeeh frontaae
niMiRsynE st. msiinii
aione buniieinw with 3 bedrooma,
lounge and dining room. Beach
ii \( II PHOPEBTT. ST. LAW-
HI M( 4 bedrooma, living and
rln ,n- room galterte*. Bandy
beech
EBTATl: HOt'SE. ST. IOSFPB
Spactau. S bedroom property
with well wooded aroundi.
I'AB.ti.ON Nr Beawell,
Chr.d chinch atorey Country
liiine with (.uiorainh- seavlew
.UU.li v ( ill MMT NOME.
T JOHNRece'itlv built itone
property with bedroom* and
private tiled bath., patio, picture
window*.
Bt'NOAIOMT PINE HILL
Rtriuka-ly buUt houae Wllh 3 bad-
rpora*. Private wooded around*.
I Wll i Rear at NEW 1*1 AZ A
--Approaimatelv SO.BSA tq (L
..ilnable building land with IS
ft R of W to main mad.
Ill 111,im. LOTH ROCKLST
E.cellenl .He. adlolnlnd Oolf
Club.
I III NTIT Ml I V I ilKI-1
I HI Baflaf ant houae with beautifully laid
Otll aT'O'uida. E 1.000.
BI'ILDINO LANS. ST. JAMES'
roAsTPrice* from 31 cents
,|,>aidi aeveml aitaa available.
HI ILatlftG SITE. ST. LAW-
IM I. Appro< IU.0O0 aq. fl on
na.1 m developed area.
nilLDISll StTES. I BBIST
I HI Ml II Ml.
SB, SS. tl
aWILaMNO SITES Overlooking
St Jame*' Coaat
HVRATHt I.IDI InnjoalnB
home with 4 aerea. 3 double
bedroom*, epaeioua main rooma.
DIRRAM WOKTHINO Be
eluded .tone bungalow, i sed-
NBW Bt'NGALOW. WOBTB-
INOCompact with S bedroom*.
-.ii.^i girdc-. M.m mad
ST. JAMES-
hedi....".-.
acre. Beach opnoille
STONE BOISE A ANNtJUI.
I antabrlle 2 liedroom* I
nnaawr living room*.
( Ol SUV MOt'Sff.
JAMS* At Ir act i.
able old properly with
charm. Modeml-ed.
-i .-mi inn -i noki
stone construction. 3 bed
living and dining room*,
dab good beech frontage.
INI I Ill I Ii M ll-lll lit ea.
Stone biiiidalow 3 *,'i~l N.Jiooow,
living room, gailery. kght and
TOBBIK. CATTLEWAS1
Popular holiday home Soundly
built with 3 bedroom*, lounae
.nd aallrrv
AT BOISK. CATTLEWASB
Timber construction, eood order.
S liedroom-. g.iod bething 'i acre
UL.YEBTOY iBIArSIDI 3
atorey atone houae. 4 bedroom*.
tWlDMJ. CWEAMIBBBln-
le atorey houae. S minute* Town
11*11 -EH flaetlnea
Two mall propertiea
.ll> BISB.
IBB-S.
.. *
BT.
-omfort-
> llermud* I
H .,,. r |.:l'Tl"
inveitmenta.
Suaar Eatalea.
RenUla
House and Katale leanaieiaant
Properly Valuation and Dllapl-
PlaaUtlens BBildln*
PtaoBe 4


si sow i)( roisi.K I IM1
Sl'NDAV AD ii( Ml
PAGI iirins

GOVLKNMKN T NOTICES
The Decorations and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation
of Her Majesty the Queen, have been informed by the Manager of
the Barbados Electric Sut ply Corporation, l.imiUtl. thai their company
. prepared lo allocate an amount not exceedinf *00 Kilowatts for
the purpose of illuminations next June.
The Company is expecting delivery of a new Generating Set
early next month mm) Mthough it is Impossible lo allocate Mt) I at-
M Unit, they .> wllHikl i" ati iliumin-
ad 111.U all applications tor - supply for Dtffl
purposei should be sent to the office of the Barbados Electric- Suuph
itlon, Ltd. in.- bar, stating the actcal
wattage required
Any acceptance for applications for a supply outside the city of
Bridgetown will depend on whether the distributing mar
Jlatlaat are capable of carrying the additional load
Th, mercantile community *c respectfully asked to co-operate
H Q WFFKFS
Secretary.
Decorations Illumination" Committee
5 10.52 In
FULBRIC.llT TRAVEL GRANTS
Under !he terms of thr Fulbrighi At: and the Joint Anglo-Ameri-
can Agreement establishing the United States Educational Commli-
the United Kingdom travel grants may he awarded to assist
lecturers, advanced research workers and graduate sturleti;
up fellowships, scholarships and other academic appointments at
American Universities oi other institutions of higher IcarmiiK DB the
U.S.A Undergraduate candidates will not normally be considered
for Pulbright travel grants if the student proposes to pursue a course
in Hie United States at the first degree level which he could follow
at a local institution It is pointed out that the main objective of
the Fulbrlght programme is postgraduate study.
2. It should be borne in mind that the Grant will Include only
round trip travel between the candidate's home'and his destination
in America, including rail fare in America Candidates will therefore
bo required lo give proof of available funds from personal means,
fellowships or other awards to provide for their maintenance in the
U.S.A.
3 All candidates must be affiliated with a recognised college or
involution (f higher learning in the U.S.A.
3 At plication forms may be had from the Colonial Secretary's
Office by suitably qualified candidates and must be returned duly
com pk ted by Novembei 2l)th. 1952 5.10.52 In
VACANT K)ST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAXI INCOME TAX
AND DKATH DEPARTMENT
Applications nre invited by the Government of Barbados for the
post of Ir.spec.nr (In-ome Taxt, Income Tax and Death Duties De-
partment.
3. The poet is pensionable and the salary is in the scale of
*3 120 x 144 3.840.
3. A temporary cost of living allowance at the rate o! 3156 per
annum is payable. The allowance is subject to variation or with-
drawal at any time.
4. Appointment will be subject to medical fitness and will be on
probation for two years in Ihi' first instance.
5. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and
the local Civil Servi-? Regulations and Instruction**. Passage ex-
i Mi not i-xccediiig $1,440 will be payable on first appointment.
I ('.ranges are provided.
6. The successful candidate will be required to assist gcmTally
In the administration of the Income Tax Act and will he principally
concerned with the -xamination of accounts and determination of
profits of business, professions and trade. He will also perform such
ether duties as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Dutic<
may require from time to time.
7. Candidates should possess I high standard of general educa-
tion and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience
in accounts or taxation. Membership of a recognised accountancy
body would be an advantage.
fl. Applications, stating age, full details of qualifications and
experience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submitted to
the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him
not later than 15th October. 195223.9 522n.
Attention Is diawn to the IVf.no -mtrol of Drug aft
and Propnctui> Medicine Prices) Order. I32. No B which will I*
inililish..! in the Official G*etle of Monday, 6th OclolK-r. ItM
2 Under this Order th- maximum retail seHlng I
"Embrocation EH". 'Humphreys Wilrh Basel liquid BJ W
Hazel Ointment". 'Phillips Milk of Magnesia" and "Aspirin I
are as follow*:
Embrocation Fl)
HumphreysWitch Hazel Liquid
Humphreys Witch Ha/el Oint-
ment
Phillips Milk of Magnesia
Aspirin (BayersI
UNIT OF SALE
Small 1 i 1 e d
bottle
^arge s i 7 e d
bottle
) OZ bottle
Medium
Bottle
16 oz. bottli
Small satM 1- '
-arge
i
12 oz. bottle
mile of 13 tat*
lets
y>ttle of IB tnb-
lets
wttle o f 100
tablets
MAXIMUM
K ET AIL
PRICE
58c
96.
1 05
fl ISOI II \ M'Kl'KlSINt.
how qufcxly hTtTfht| staff,
iseiea ( lolata.
li.n.Nitn. iheutnatk paini and
trouble* due
10 iinrHiiii.ci i" UM blood can
be overcome.
Mn-nK. a.tiv* *,dne*t ssie- .
guard your health by (training ,
anrninues and harmful wastes '
OUI of the .vttni ttlvfti
kidney action n nadeuuair and
tail* to filter the blood properly, r
Aih rur
.*# fm
l>.xnti.Ua.he KhlnevPttt*
bung happy rebel ,
as .Itanse the Uney ftWan
and sosuim,... a Owl aciWaL
You can rely upon this wal
known diuretic ami urinart
otnepti. Many ihniitanda of
rairtul men and women have
u-M r r.l as tba good heahk
Ihey have regained by iskiaa>
Iksuva PuU.
If

Quick relief from
Colds, Coughs
hraa!
(I n
lll.u3
Getting Up Nights
Makes Men Old
TRADERS and SHOPKEEPERS/
FREE COPY
of this new
beautifully illustrated
Coronation catalogue
of first qualify
. merchandise
In Wtrw hr;e fart
anJ fioi.Jy fjjis
ttaaa .- Chest CsMs. Ca-m
Mail*/* T\*rm Hutllh i iSraat J V '
aaaaaaaV "slit
At t'- 'int ilgn of a cold or tou-h. rut
| rtsj f\b Co your cr>-i". |
back. Feel Its penetrating warmth 'iol-g yo>.
jood. itln;ula:inj ysur cifCulatlon. r*
conjcitton! Brcitr .-irt its pleasant IM
vafx>'jrtOioo;licior ^ lunjt and throat. 4
itufTmesi, an-J ease our breathing' /
I twaspoonfei of lh "".ub into i j.i^ oi 'o; <
ano HUiaJi the Kaai i Relieve muieular .'-.
and pamt by rubLllg In T.ermogne Rub
where the pain it. bo healing! So i- "
Try it you will sav ihsi
Thcrmo^ene Medieaieu Ri-
r. a real bleuing!
Obtainable from
all food stores and chemists
Be prepared get some Thermogene Meaicjted Rub
today'
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
For Colds and Coughs, Aches and Pains

Important |isn '
ovronms H.ni UoubU.
in! quloklr ro
haiih, ikha th* *
< oaJlad Rae>ns
tow ...i.| fa Qa mil
iwuurt te i
rrss-
ra fsw ! w
rr of mnnay aaae. OM
>-..., ,),.,( fSi
jtacts V.U.
WE carry an aaaorlnn-nt
of GOOD lifM)KS
M Ihvm ul
" Adroratv Stationery"
eawaiali
No >
farad Raoai
ywu right
tat* -i..!.
SVMT*>
.- .
I'OSSEAL priming ia eaaential in the paineinc of all new walls: its
pplication ensures that the paint oViri npAf and nUiyt r.^Af. Dnsaral
irala off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in nee
tiirfacea, and at the same t>*.ie provide* a uniform, nun porom base
for the paint coats (o follow. It thus prrventa peeling and discolour.*
tJOIl, permits speedy njinting and
astiirr^ lhaf the paint c>at j-ivm the
Waim
U I l> I II Y
LENNARDS LIMITED
BRISTOL ENGLAND
BERGER PAINTS
SALE
AT ALL HARDWARE STORES
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD-AGENTS.
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IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENT
J. N. PEREIRA & SONS
MERCHANTS
RICKKTTSTRSXT PHOHS 5034
Rcgrtl to Announci thai
mi Kit!;. NO VAMS
NO BWSn POTATOES.
NO IIHIADFRIIT
WK HAVE A LARGE MIII'MENT OF PL'TCK
4ti^t -itaCffui jfavtUfttM) aia6i
f
111) i II I IT CENTS
(8c l PER LB
COME I V'i V AND OET V'1'H SHARE
FOR
MAN MUST LIVE!!
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pac.f six iris
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SI Mi\\ n< roBI R 5, !'".-
\i;w 11\i:i
I hurt SR.
rtii-d"lp" which arrived In Carllal* Bay on Friday nirtht (
Ui. Captain H P Biagoo.
MA. Sunadele On First Trip To Barbados
1 HI nt*
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Captain H P
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il the dlf
I I,
hip i
l I .. :. .-,.
North W
Uoyd-D
re tiki!
'II. iltD
. e iiniii-
al examlnal m
every nnc during that pci tod,

s lid irnit iir ii rked ,,., !
Terminals lot (our years, und that
>' to Barba-
1 i i i ma
b ..'
St. .'isiyth Hi.amit/,
P.M.O. R, si i
Duties
' Joseph,
i.'.i.v wi nt on Ii
m ijini
Dr. I S
Tiippin, i
pla<
at ">i '"//>.
Acting bland Commissioner
Enrols 23 Guides
id

. kl-
in, in -
tph, also
duties on Hi*
ilmenl >( 'is guide Smut \ (>
I .. atria1 School il i
* :i..
the throe eornpanit
I 0) 12th,
hallos.
The Enrol] i premony,

i by Miss Laborde thw
Acuai Wand Conun
Also ht
nil. District Commis-
iiid Mrs. J. A. Bldiuwr
| Montr of Brownies.
Visitors |o 1'ax Mill
:]

and reu
. i. ,
Mr Aahlo 1
I \
i rlor.Ht.Ji
i:. Pom urine. Mr,
ni.K kulilll .il i Mi'
RAIN WELt OMI
Pax Hill during last
Because* ot recent r.iins the month *ere Mrs. MUlfa
crop* hi Bl In ikmu > i m ii i: .1 n .,,(.ml
''in. a [ week i e- both from Bormuda. Thi
vtcualy tor cropa wi si mini th maolvoi with various
signs of being scorrh-d and with- firms of t ul lit ervica In Bar-
ered. muda. but the programme <>l
ST. JOHN BOYS' CU'B i'g and Its power and possi-
--------------------------- la an appeal to them.
The parebera ol the Police and today Miss Crawford I till
Boys' club at Four Roads, st a wry active Kulder, while Mrs.
John have ihowi c rulderable Nevcrean though a retired Com-
tateresi and are rnaklni rood pi ini 1 dti
Kress, oui "ii In- .- ni the MovamenL They were
formed when I''' paid i rtsll glad of the opportunity to
:iing. Hill, and to near something of the
The ii I the (iiii> guldlna In Barbados. Th rat
(to. and the a< ti lad bv Mrs. A. W Bet "
. nlna, Table Ti n n I i and
Crtokat, A team from this Club is
laldni part in this seeeon'i B.C i
competition and Ii serious chal-
lenger to the la
moulded around > i< a ex-Lodi i
and Corobi
with i*o Brathwaile, John Trot-
man, "d Irvine Austin, IhTM
proratatng aUroundara, ami left
arm slow howler Vtmon Ftnl)
In the leam. aupportan
p^etlna i i
Hip c r the B.CX la U
of the lean OH* .1 Headley,
('imcron Godd;tr Hill an |""-* u,h'-'
l ; in the Cluh.
A lady In th Pour Ro
laid "ihis Police Club I
,.. Vll,. ... || par '
and it"- youths Ihemse'vcs
nt thia dUtrirt. and e are 1-ep
ing ,hat h Girl i I ih wll b<'
opened In the same dlstur'
the not tO distant future
Cult leaders
Training
Dt'iith Sentence
\\ Us Piiviiiefiilalt'tl
VATIC S I
The Vatican i. iper O
roiorr Romar that

Bulgarian prlesl
Tribunal waa preme lltav d
*Tne ,;"'' ''" m"n'*' i>i,'''<'

is confirmed b\ th
Wedding
Jaekman Siimllehiirv
Thin atember,
at j o'clock '. lha Whtta Park
Pllarbn Holiness Church, Mr,
| ion of Maw
i -''.!
Ml Bvadni
daughter of Mrs Gwamdolyno
Scantlebury, Tna cartntonj was
ed I > thf Rav, Mr, i.
nt ol Ihr
Chut<
i
r,i t-% Mr. Cl IToi

Silppi 'i head-
..' ,.-
Iiobt. held in pfa M with Hill and
i i She c irrla t i I w
Dual of Artificial Rosas mads oi
Bus, the
k rt of Miss LBUan Ounyal of

she was attandad by Ml Jui i
!
dra "f poach ot -
ALL Akelas and thin
I i
Course whl
m", on Salurdaj naxt, i
11 Mt has i ...
i Leader
".
''' i Barbados has been i
i
nilwell to run an OtTliially Rccog-
Bl I I Oils ,l ivliminarv Train-
ing Courw- (or Cub La* !
ii is hopc.i. will take place o
October, and all
eatsd are ask-
l to n i lor it al tna iirst

All those who qualify on this
course will be entlih d to waar tna
v. ] racatvs
'in ;,
Ol BOOUTS' TATTOO :
rhrrs v^ ill be anothei
for the Tattoo on Fudav .,fi.i-
IOUi I wtol i. ., Com-
.m. Each
Trooc is askadi to (uai
' but it I:
hoped that man) more will turn
i i to contact
ihair Con toi further
information and to ash Uu Par-
fiits "f their scouts to guarantee
tl ,iiaiu<
The Truth in
Your Horoscope
Would x>i Hke In know -tthaul ;
>! hI llw Stan HMIi^tr (Qt you. niltl
Duf ilrtMg tit a
Met Hmtt ii your ihanf*
ti u rare tr.r .km <,i purwiit ti->t.
WAy////AV,V/AV-V/-','

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.^ ttl> KH
.
A MAFFEi
SUIT
; t?k
Mb ind.d -.1,ii .led p-op. th-
i i '.Kiiu.r MA(KfV l N-w
i isasa i-aickL
TO popu.iiiiav hll i.t. m Tl^.r. will
IKSr >our Ar.1 Inu-rprcta-
n ward I .in o ii full iuim
iir Mrs of "IM atMrvri** and date
rUl all rUMlT ri|i>n b> you'wlf. No
*mry wan'..I fu' A"idih-i work.
. -*tago t( t..,i nnd 1/- In BPO SUinpa or Cmil (or >lnUun*ri. kali
ni and ..inrr inlrrt-Mi l,i.i-|,,i.
will 1- i.m..(rfl ul lrtr irnuiHablt
.-. e > ..I nil i'.i.hii.i, .! 1 g..
>rd tour afl.. ' nom . li.i. ofllAi
>:.> not Ik mitdr *(ain AJdiOaaT
PUNDn TAHOng. iDrpI IlJ-Ki l>;..i |
liiirll Kliral Bombay St. Ind.. l',.l.,..
India It "UU
>aaaaaot>aaa*>aaaaaf
BARBADIANS:
BARBADIANS'
sot ris or mi A4on*.TioM
BM rN lo IB*
CAIIIKAK NATIONAL
wmai. nri:
at QUEENS PARK
> 1.1 OlSa*-. IHIk Urlabcr IUV! A1 Iranian* Urand dUplay >:*purii >i>d ln,-:'.., Ina "ii '[>art>ri' lit around-
aaiai Friif la kaa| l(-.'in man ar*d I.Jt t T p.m
klMirit ao
MAKES A BIG
DIFFERENCE.
YOU LOOK
VOLR BUST
VOL" FEEL
YOUR BEST
AND THE
PRICE YOU
FAY IS THE
PRICE IT'S
WORTH
P.C.S. MAFFEI
& CO. LTD.
"Top Scores In
Tailoring"

ERNIES
DEMOCRATIC
CLUB
Mambara an adviaad that
there will be tin usual call
over in connection with Lha
Barbarian Autumn Mcvting.
Will thoae M,-mbwi> who
have not already nottneu
their Intuition of partici-
pating kindly do so us early
as possible so (hut the
necessary arrangements can
be made.
vVhrrras fabrics, on occasion, may lay
claim to 'excluslvriiesH'. there b no such
prerogitivr for Quality.
None of our materials, therefore, are ex-
clusive In quality. All arr of Man quality,
some are exclusive In design!
We Invite you to choose from Tropicals,
Worsteds, Gabsrdlnes. Tweeds and Linens
when considering your noxt custom
Til.111. Mill
%%b\u}
ENGLISH
SINGLE WIDTH
In a variety ol nice
shades including :
Grey, Fawn, Beige.
Brown, Black, Navy
$1.75
PER YD.
mi SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
B. Kice & Co.
sal llollo.es Leaaae-
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i
.
Ian "' "i- bride
nowi r gnu wen I
.man.
i I ;il M
or Uu- Immineti
lolk Vicar of 8 I Comet
of the commuuii> t'.r
HOST Oa\OUt>8i
oarahlp nt
'he Boy S tlon In th.
KiiiK Lha nlfhaat Aaura In the
history of the Seoul Movamanl
This is revealed by the 1952 can-
Pi rt) third Annual Re-
port if tna Committee << tii<
ats Asso-
. IbUshed.
i
'i; their inui G.....
1,183 ma i> ,i d u.tm
i : stween R
and IB.
Tin n n an In tht -
.
t i hi vr< i i i
the bc*t
ribute wa can
tiii health of the movement" b
the great Increase In the nunbei
i.soo re-
ceived thetl Royal i
'mm the Chief Seoul .it s|mial
rear.
The i'l that dur-
revtew 41
v oats re- <-i-
i B coui r red hred awardi
ktorlous conduct.
they'll Do It Every Time
liy Jiiiimy Hallo
M3ISIM:-:
lllottlni: Paper
SU piers
Letter Trays
Letter Scales
Ink Stand-
Airmail Envelopes
While Envelope*
Window Envelope*
Manilla Envelopes
Stationery Seta
Ledgers
I ii.:< i Leaves
Ledger Indexes
felly Cash Voucher*
Letter Files
The purpose of our Stationery Department:
To meet your KVERY WRITING MM- I
k. II. IHIS 11 L' CO.. I id. >' at.
YACHTSMAN
FOR THE
KE-FIT
v*< offer
ROPE (All Sliest MARINE WHITE A CiRF.Y
ANTIFOl'L RED & ORELN, YACHT VARNISHES
COPPER SQl'ARF. ROSE READ BOAT NAILS
IV. 2". IH-
COPPER WASHERS ;i-" A t"
BRASS ti I i I i: TIN'S (5 /.
>-." 8TAIMUU
I I I vim i un:i
FISHING LINES, HOOKS, ETC.
GENERAL HARDWARE SUPfl.IKS
Phone 4267 for
EXPANDED METAL SHEETS
1" Mnh Galv. 4' S
l" .. Iron 4' X 8"
i- .. .. V X 10'
3" .. 4' HI-
ALUMINIUM COBBUGATBD SHEETS
24 Guuec
GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
2I> & 2H G.ukc
CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS
,y a v
CART BOLTS & NUTS
Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.
f DOCTOR RND0WW! VOOVL
I HAVE TO SET BACK 0. b:-i '
doctor! y.-xrvE car a
, TEMPERATURE OP IOZ .'
HE'S TIC WORST PILL KE EVER
MAD W MB?E ITS M 'c- TO KEEP
M BED TliAM A iOD OH
OTMA9 A'OffhllMG.1
I-ES ACTING
LIKE ANy OTHER
ORMOO WI EWI
OROBASiy HAVE
A TCOOH TH'li
C0IXECTIM3 THE
BILL FWavl UM,'
TOO- '
5
LlSTEMlNS TO THE DOC
RrJD OUT HOW THE
OTHER HALF LIVES-
THAM* A-.D A TIP OF
TME HATLO WAT TO
J. B. OGLESeV,
A''. N -V-l^.
r_^o co^iy ^osp^l.L
LIVE AND LEORH
LoveH 8oy. von
OOTTA USE A
DIRECT APPROACH
NOW WATCH "WlS.
-HER^
ell 44bllo there
you shooldh't stand -her
alu alone -how about
Joining me tor Some
CflRIB e r""ST MeR
TlEK tOY FRIEND W*
lso eELiei/Es in ewe
APPROACH
lBRoug-ht hlong A a
IftSE OF


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