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I'U.I KK.HT BARBADOS ADVOCATE IklDW. otToBER 1*52 Jamaica Bowl B.C. For 236 Our On 1 orre.pundi'iill GEORGETOWN, B.G.. Oct. 9. HAD BATTING by most at the B.G. batsmen %  e side nn the first day ol the., match ^ ao.im • I all were out after t* lor ua. m 1all ,„ i thuul loss. Best batting toi B.0 I raudeai and Robert (hn.ti.ini .. Barbados Lead I riniilail In Tovnadofieriee Chosen Heat \iiung Cricketer tKED TRUEMAN 21-year-old oikihlrc and England fast owler haa been choaen by to* :r..ket Wrtlera' Club as the beat Ifl cricketer of 1952. In a Barbadoc again got tlrrt and ballot he b:at the Suaaax and •',."""" fi ".,""j„\, "l tKoir *TM' laa "> the third race ot England batsman David Sheppard csustxi c e iMis on the Aral dn> ol^e.i^mstch ^ Tt> ^ lUi ^^ a(JU Tr)nl liv 0lfht voW Trueman cap ^^ dad held %  rdsy 2a Indian Test wickets at leu than isch. Hr will l*> presented pfav a* the Club's annual i wicket aland >f KM on Itat w couio only net I %  ; v, \ %  All.].< in lo ,. lap**. • %  W.I. Cricket Board Await lndiun Cable M lhal in aartMdoj is leadi nta. Teddy Iloao and Ivan 1'erkm. %  first ond lively. Iliallh Education gf frcm puce 5 Ibl for sanitation, would re%  wmber what he had said. There had to lie co-operation in Uw most the work Ihty were undertakin* so Tar. and schools could pla\ a great 't'ird place in TK rait in spreading Health Education. The Conferciuc was then forml which was ."..in sai ally opened with Major Reed in noi ti iboOt, started in a light the Chair He mmj the Associl Uw hmulrwi percent coi ml TK 35 |B> got a very BOOd dd g^t from the the PORT-OT-BPAIM, Oct. 8. %  %  ,. %  today ami the Indan %  ',"' ; TK 35 slip-. There w.s a close bumh >< boat* on the run down to tha Hay Street mark, except for TK 4/. hirii than the *',' ra I and ivn1 rathe, too fai we i at .1 M Uh w i Bo rd M nd; fl I .; th • 'A.I. N N . M 0) ot the mark. The y Btna tn.ok Hi tin (II*. TK 4(1 (),.. Hi. TK %  round tha Ba] wdjar rXU TK 37 (TI. 17 (Ti. TK (T), TK 3K ill). TK 45 knowledge. With regard u schools, he said that teachers saw children about five hours a day and during the M -t ol tha tune, they wan undei the care of their parents Hygiene .ti d healthy living were taught in II the schools, hut he did no! hink that health education was •lv a matter 'Off teachers. Most of ihealth education was faugh' rcnlj and he thru,, i • .hat the AIH I a lion had to ei ihc co-oui.itioii of parents. otherv would he fighting a Insi*M(ura i • tiM lo 14* • -'It -IIM. C I I %  3 for %  Girls Softball Team Will Visit Jamaica Nov. H.Q.A. Meet Today Tornados 47. 48, and 38 went around the mark at almost the same time, but Turkt>' MSji who was now running last m II look the mark well and got to windward of them. On the quarter down to the western mark. Perkins in TK 3i gradually drew ahead. Thi TIm a keen ta tween Roddy Bynoe in TK 47 (Tl nd Tom Wilkin-nn In TK 36 galling the %  v % %  .. I Still IK M (B) TK I and TK 37 ' %  %  -• %  Bsr%  Ttje i and Uw lourtM • f and lesTc >m tssansasMr m II -I Takes fl\er aaaMtioai of the first three l %  boat to %  e second rvekms. aonwr TK .r-rr HaVlBBl %  w evrserit %  1 r* fo*UK'N CM inn* r 1 P. ru Carlicr: 4 31 1 ass 4 4 M 17 • wiadini 4 16 Plesrsrick 4 11 C-^r 4 7 %  Ssare t 4 %  4 0 1 j %  1 .'.' 4 . 8 17 K 16 %  It 16 I icre I u K I'd ice K 11 %  '1 8 10 D 1 1 1 It y r. % % %  1 7 %  M-d** i Csoti tl ... 8 34 %  8 a 3 %  mere ft H 4 v M r c It 23 I Eld 1st on 8 20 t> %  H 10 H 17 1 8 16 9 ck I IS in Windward 8 7 11 %  It a .%  l*"dge 8 3 li-r Ft--,'. %  •.-.U'.L: limn... Janssea Lm Teimn *uaiwch*IKt to Mflrsasn . -.,..'!-:. It %  %  •' %  '! J\tt\o Rtkcs BU Pv-c-to Ktcs a s wa sB s lit 1 I -Jacques were unavailable The maasmsment howfver will bplayed on u elay surface sagast TK 45 who was running last, toolt i. HM .,i.,-;imcd during his :he msrk well, and had soon . ... _._.. ... % %  ._ T..-. -assed tlv Bladon in TK 35 (Mi Ml back U last. 't r "n mai K40 UII sbesd toUowed by TK IS dtp and TK 37 (Tl Ha hirmd soon and sailed quits f.o In whlto lo* ottiti lw Un| n itch up to the south The ret all thai Koad I ( .ii'ideinbly. •nem mat. I. I ..-i neaaly aa* a sla tting .. %  i,. n ... ho.o II 1 %  aaoD %  '. (T|. However. "Turkey" Mayers Cyclists Back Fi*om Trinidad Sporti Window The touring Trinidad Ban kethall tssai. Carib Baars. will play Hirrlson Collage, tUe winner* of this sen-on' [ %  eiffnta OaaaaHatttlBB. St OM Y.M.P.C, to nlabt At H o'clock nsiiti Bfr> have been play ing very attractive baaketball nn-' they arrived here lo't Sunday. They won both mstches. sgalnat Carlton and Harnaon Oallege Old Boy* combined and against gl Island teamBut the members of both team* beaien, lacked the com plet* MUM Of tha Uctlca of hifellow player which come* i-hon aUrar" ha played often en the -am* team, ami the Calltge which will not b* handicapped In thi* way may bt tough opponentfor the Canb Bear* II was II close Hung between tin two Trinidad boat TK 37 and PK 4T I i lace, but Roddy IK 47 passed his colIha Heagle and belame a ccrl.n;it> for thint pla> Haartle) Booth <-i Trinidad In TK 48 had tha misfortune to hit %  in st..ke boat and had to dnp rjut The order )i-n.idnes finished in this I. 'It i in 1 %  I Skinner ..nd R Sc-!\ "• Advte Spoils Club and 1. '.Sarahall returned T K • < VMC. a i Wednesday night. T K 'fl Tee.p.i T i While in Trinidad tne !<%  r K T I pan in the two-day Ail s^... TK T I Cycle and Athletic mectin-: -t T K %  K '*" T Ptirk (hroL Port-olBpani. They aU I „_. _, .. %  of tne nicetitii: Staad] rail % %  > p m .iini rnudd) track. n


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I Hlll.U ()( lolirK In. iiit I1ARBAUOS ADVOCATE PACK TUJ1£F. 200 U.K. Businessmen Firms Heading Held Hostage In Shanghai FLY Band Plays At KN & r '** UNBRACE* FINALE For Bankruptcy R oc ks Tonight Jag^ (By Rl'SSEM. SPl'KR) l'KUOKAMMK 111 Qiuck March SAN Sol VI ... ft) l.r.i M,Ar,-„i r m w uM d a>in.i..) Rmi h^. %  ..rk ml fai MI iiirar lu abll* imt a. Uir known J Hi* I'nrti.i-rii'l %  war* • %  *>> srmite't • cw. In %  dual) old cupbuaitl i until diMatrred by Hi (iiovp*. Ih* In mom compi OIUVM Dk-tlnarv ol Muat TVo tomplat* Mr* af a third. I Fntured -n tonight gramrm ai the Rocks will lie a HONCi KONG march written by Capt. Haiaon and TWO HUNDRED Bruiah business men and th* Zto3JftS5& ^^ wives arc being held hostage in Shanghai Thev are vircert will commence nt a p.m.. tually prisoners o( ihe Red Chinese OovtrnOMBL They weather permittm. may not leave unless some one is sent to replace them because they are Ihe trump card in the bluest piece of international blackmail the world has ever seen. The firms these business nwn pie*em. though possibly next represent have been running at *nk BUWfe ami Oft %  Mawaat] a heavy lm.s ever since ihe Comhavlnf dlAV-ultl munists captured Shanghai three "Anything doing voui tad' years ago. Crippling taxes and asks BILL artificial price controls imposed Nothing much. Jean is still by the Reds have destroyed anv -irk and George keeps having chance of making money. toothache." But the firms have been refused He ought to see %  dentist." permission to close. They have says Bill, and they both laug.i. been forced to employ 200 men It's time to ring off. where there Is scarcely work for Hong Kong, where a man can ten. still say and think what ho LUDM, ^TSvrtarar em S* aarrasaa .onally rc.pon.ibto for their firm,' T W 1 ,2* 0 %  ** %  affair.. They will be Ihrc.lcneo „ A ,'""','1 chln * houacboy with imprisonment as ROT U l "|',"" ,h !" "> ""announce.! Ihcr money run, out~aa 11 ccr" n 1 "**"" du -' ,hp '> %  """"" tainly will in a few weeks' time Spies The last drafts have been sent Faithful old servants have mosifrom Hong Kong ly been "retired" by the CommunUfa In Shanghai S?5Sfc £$£!, -££ JgH* £.!!sh Here L. the ory ..f Life ,n ** %  %  P"? menU ~; belesgured Shanghai told by the TJ, J r h ^ -* 1O reporl *" Britons themse.ves they hear to headquarters. The phone rings each evening onI '" hc bathroom that at seven, and each evening the "*"'".& ^ fll le * ^ whul h routlne is the same. The door ,e l y tmnk ( thv Red re lmv of the servants' hall swings slightTtw rcal lenmg shops whic . it.i* TiUnia Amaraia Prom Ihaopai"Misnuii lhpn- Kuluttlt: BMidimrn Koalar. Cm and Cpl. Morrta Valaa mania*— r'r.* Ito-* Man. rn-i -tons r.nu-iriom stodatu rnr iu.su* rtlxi Uiatf %  now White -nd tha It.-n Pwarfa IA airth*un HMii' OasssMa M .„.! ptu A SUiflVnl I i H %  .wharf. rj Oalllln Tuliar Rl U !•" %  *' sAvr Tiir IH:. Film Show At British Council ly ajar, a recording apparatus exchanse. Bill ;md Mary Smitn once bulged with the clicks on in the police-controlled ho f iciat n **** are "'most empty A few British owned textile millturn how foi Council, Wakelield", Whltepark Road, on Friday, October 10th. at 8-15 p.m.. when the followinu lilnut will be shown: — BRITISH NEWS. K1.1S1VK VICTORY — M.C.C. Tour in Australia, 1950-51. Admission is free. Ho ttekatl .ire necessary. PIFfO AtOAlO the British Carrier fc'aulc. King llaskon of Norway, followed by Crown I'rince 01;if. arrives f r the critique otncially end1"K "OparatlOB Uahsbraot." The largest pt (war maneuvers of NATO force* ended with a maallHI of more than 200 omcers. (Iniarnattonan Two Sailors Will Voyage" By Bicycle OFF ON 10,000-MILE EUROPE TRIP Liner "Brazil" Expected To Call AI B'dfM The M %  k ttrstr Bronf will be calling at Barbados Ml L'oiii .xi its ata Mi bo< m d voyage to South America. On board will be 120 members iler of Branl with the Southern CIMS* of Brazil for taking passengers to and from Hi./il -in., im The Southern Cross H the highest award that Brarll gives to a foreigner. Captain Sadler who Is the >enu>i master of three Good Natghboui 'lips the olrter two Iwing the \'g.*nltna .uui in.Un0tMU asusnsjd duties us muster of the Hrouil m IS3H aftm iolau| the Merchant Marine in 1B05 and Udnlng tus ma '• r'e piipers 1921. GENERAL CARR< THE PAA fa i %  -". M LBMfej ,,, <" KniDtH r Km.>: T ...i .ii.l h uui r mi st.r.niaiiiani.iti Ionian L.-Mrr arrlveil in pott ut 6.35 yesterday moruuii: tram Puerto Plata undar tha cwnmand of Captain D. Z^tslmatiThe ship brouctri aanai >i i a • i>w i-l.mil .uui mi its depurtuii' tram tola port wm tan for Trieddad ASMU 'i"earsja srateh tin* ship brnuKht were 5."S drums und ;i^ % % %  M^. ol lubrtoatiruj oil, 41 bags of fire clay. Are bricks and a quantitv ,.f U>IK and nul> Ottoer ratflo eonsi^tcd of 2.910 haga of toinineal. .. QJUaaUt) Ol ..'!%  i il|< i -lltlfet tmiU'l >. III1T1 eral wool and toilet roquisltai The vessel is con*igned to Da Coata a Co Ud. r. Haw. n dMked -Fl Prsildeate.' world's Isif.ft. Dsost luiurious sirliasT. Dfreet flights ft* Rio. MonfcvldaS) •ad Btsn. Aires. Convenient oosv I at Rio foe Ha fsula. In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station gtmsj • %  .-. v*. i i M %  know every word will be heard, but they manage to give and got a little news "fnat you, BIOT business cssociate Arth Hong Kong There is always anxiety in his voice until Smith answers. "Yes. Bill here. Everything's rlne. ,( t enough cotton good keep everyone in shirts and a growing volume ol .' Smith'ufactures ls being smufgled in J through Tientsin. But nylons lingerie, and make-up are alnvsi unobtainable. A good pair of shoes costs Ell. A shoddy winter coat Is a bargain at £43. Bill's razor blades w> are 5s. d. each when he can get house Ihem. betwee There is very little escape from Octoboi THEFTS REPORTED Mr. U. J. I'arravii-inn of ColeTWO SAILORS IJ,I.-.MN. ihmin:li l.nntiun recenlly were heginnlny ;i 10.000-mile "voyage" by bicycle Thev are 25-ycar-old second mate William J. McKechnie, and 24-year-old third mate Michael Corfleld. who " MACUINEBV have already travelled 7.000 milts from Vancouver Island, r,,,, i. in .i,iun cinii.-i British Columbia. arrlvtd In poet Shipmates in the "Princess" C.nHKlin %  el is loading a l.-t.d of Ud 128 barrels for Quelie.. and is expected to leave DMl during UM day for ( aliada. HOT DAV What's the weather like?" "Normal for this time of year A shorthand writer listening the tense atmosphere of spy beside Arthur records: "No polland suspicion. Secret servic.' tlcal developments to report. agents follow Mary when she goes "Been playing bridge lately'.' In market. asks Arthur. "I could go u rubber Bill has to employ the same myelf to-night." number of peopleas in the bv), i "Might be fixing up a gam* days when ihe Reds marched in. fttxt week. Georae Jones has been No one can he sacked. So the taking it up quite seriously you spend th know." The down: Pacific, went to Canada from I'ort-o(-Sv>ain brought ridge Street. City reported to the vessels of the Canadian Parlfltfrom his Isle to Islay home after cargo consisting chicHv a Police yesterday'that his office in Una. McKechnie and Corfleld northe 1914-18 war. clnneiy rOnaisaaad la UM Ottli OU Coleridge Street was broken and mally sail between Alaska and • %  K. I.Itins m... hinti. Ihe entered between October 4 and Canada's western parti hi might othei 7 and cash stolenThe idea of cycling across most arrived in Hritain. the two young „ n() • • • of Furopo mine to them when they lanarii.i ,: ., .(art |ll|( 1|lt| Tms vew| s Iris Rlsbrook of Two Mile Hill, wre sent to Britain to join n new ,tn i.ooo-mik> bicycle trip consigned U> Oardlner Austin M St. Michael also reported thi.t he. --hip *Uh Denm-rk. Norway and ( ,, U( i.is broken and entered Many people %  r ,!ii whn li hv.i.'h*-y.•-! %  •! n.i> Wednesday ,f ihe hot WfaattMl In llie water :1 at Ihe pend xome At moat of the beuehes boyiv kcl They emra a few row UMits around and some of the ladle* aressj suilmg. Mauby .mil COS lUt VffndOM did some good business again in Hie hot city. Montvido Buenos Airos Onnapt wiut %  .... ii*i. seasw m lssJ "Fl Turlsta" WM typa Cappss* %  t Turn Jail Regular s a rrt — 4a HeUro to Rio. Sio Paulo, I video and Buenos Alrss. For ratan.ill -u. as* H Traivl Agtttt c PAN AMERICAN O. Coon A Ca M a,oadt.a.ibHrnas rfjasjai tltt U*sf %  •" " i ISM) Swed. 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. t 7 and groceries stolan. "We woi ked seven dayi a wei-k to build up Ihe -pecinl leave we have been aranted." said 6ft lin McKechnie. Used Shipping OottM There will be no more pav cheques now. The firm will run on its own momentum for abo-jt eight weeks. Then it will crash. Red ink ring* the date on Bill's desk calendar. He calls it D Day As it approaches lines furrow day lolling about desks. Mary's face. Soon, perhaps, that smoking, playing cards and listenevening phone call from their CorlleldS mother was born in shorthand writer |o|s ing to lectures on germ warfn-e friend Arthur In Hona Kong will Felixstowe and McKechnie'* 'No labour trouble a'and Western "atrocities" in Korea, go unanswered, father, ulsu employed by th* Through Germany Another ai Thev plan 10 live In youth *ir)hl ^Icoa at els aim to tat "the food of tho ( i-of-Spani oupti v wherever they may be. CAIaU rtMt MOLASSi;s Said Corfleld. "We foun-1 il difficult to get maps, but we did 11-r.wt of uur planning with thaid rtu rM;' ' ,g guidT%  '"" ,K< %  %  hippu.K Aflri bCMl laVM Hi' route will i thrlph,ll %  < Salurr't kay asfcatsin It H Bfvaral la ill srern. |i n 11 lag (Kia> . nor* lham BDurMaWnrM aad hrjlfh S 1 Hi muu'tUam aubMsas* gr>e> BB1 d. It. freshi allanlcaua(o4oan. MrnlMaTi eat—•• pMyll will hrp vow owath %  >-) br. *ho k^J lha • ii-t chlotOrdiyM assdsbk in %  loothraitr Mrnutol sivei >Ou ilK /nil .ilnnijpi of Nagssi. hknophyt Mentasol L Nature's green CHLOROPHYLL toothpaste!



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PAC.F rorn II WIRAIIOS ADVOCATE rillDW. OCTOBER 10. 19.12 ^.iflME Restoring Wren S Flee* WMMJ DAYS WHI Sn i i 4 line i %  SPEiNDIMi £I/aM. MM M *fca A.HwaH O 1.1*. ftlM ... lMid.'l :B* SB H !" W %  II |I I *J II ,, < I 111 I I ('III I I'S I rMav, Ormbrr III. 1532 i \iioiM i ovi:.\ jl <'" TIMI IIIM S| In Ihf calcined ruins of ihe rapladnf ihf perpendicular style will again be resplendent With rv< ..fit right i.-i*i at a quart hureS Mil Bueeead th %  %  "'* lavement of black % %  %  I MM l>cniiK •"','' whU * *iuarti. Id, SBd to the vaulted planter niling. which . tt proposed to fumnh the; eouipltn ruturr fcerera ..,1 t.onh aisle j chapel/or funeral elSfestory WlDdOWa havl 'Memorial services, with Fire provided the opportui plcal or f !" 7 ?,^f? *Y. -"S^SS? <• Sir I A Indow, and flood.ng the T^J^SUZ n^'V^^E Sftfh7s>atf and an11lit tUful exampleThu was on* of n... taw butane. mlnated ve „ um ^ ^ dU tarted by allowed 0niul h(M .ulhors. journal!.... •> boniOB dmi >e columns to rise from the onc j others associated with the tated the church in 1940. It is level of UM (>e\v instead of pan..-. A columbarium under P lllns UMn "M UM padactakl of the church is proposed, as a reatm duty >f rebull tine, but ,ilsn to the galleries, Thus the eosUHUlB log place for the ashes of those Soaaioaied grunted the privilege of burial features of Wrens design which UM batertol li etrn St HridcV excavations w instance will he made mo ol te begun Boon to Itnrt wheil, his in the restoration, lor it is not thcris a crypt that could be liable, proposed to ad tar this purpose. Facinsting Kebulkuns "' Ihs fabric, which south aslfa discoveries ant possible. The south •ere, la Matirigal in Stone 1953. some w n ch lr nd hesira will %  pal will be used to coro. ,-. %  i ;. connexion St. liriM\ has had with I.i s.KlrS -r,h;\iV;r S n,7;;,uchofm^;: w* ******-*"' tot** %  UorT I '" ""' *e hlaheat S" r ,, l5 ( The ,,r an %  * H*ht of pevUtooa UM prop off !" *J" lB lw l rt *Plwfd * n^S? hB s'"^' l > rlicrassaed, but the u ' n n l) :md 2f ends of the LOCAL IIIAI IV ALL over the world countries are Inddificult to keep Up places of hisb>nd cultural taterest To blame anyone in Barbados for failure in this respect would perhaps be unfair in an island when the poof living standards of the majority hove for so long claimed priority of attention. But it may be asked whether more could not be done by local Vestnes to make traditional beauty spots and old churchyards especially more attractive to the local resident and to visitors from overseas. • St. John's Church Is rightly considered to be a possession of which the island can \tc proud and its spotless appearance inside reflects j;reat credit on those responsible for its maintenance. But could not more be done to keep the old tombstones from crumbling away and being overrun by* weed s ? Surely in an island where there labour shortage, the amployment of f persons to keep churchyards in good Condition would be money well-spent ? AI a lov ich a policy might be l since there can be no better way to advertise Barbados it than to present a tidy and beautiful %  Iw.l. At Hackleton's Cliff, foi exempli I might be mad %  ate two or gardens whi< 1, could be tended by some neighbouring n udent In many small ways such as these efforts could be Ice Barbados n MI! for ryone l efforts not being made? New id (or • total • ^"^ITJftji* AbbMaol K.tdara P ? rh church spire. secret %  £ SSSSL.^T^S^ .ind a In,'.Ml of Ihe aged II dlili t foundal: 1 I Ml..... ... IM„ .., w H netgrm of the pedestals BIT actiin** K J, % %  %  to Hi. Abbey of West. „iher offices. II , appropnaic n for letl I Chmch use are Ih year Ihe )f.J '•','',. •J d "" "• laun, d. fit .hurchyard w.ll be W..,„n,,,.l,-, ,„.',..,,;;„" > !" v ^", ""t M a lerraced .arden. %  oufjll • •uecosor lolh,' 1,,1,-P, li(,,.., ..,, ... s ,.., naeZnK '"UnniB „" ollr-cllv,feature o. Taylor, who I ,, 1.1 M,u,he„,tUenl.r K %  %  ISI8. they should ( .,. : .,, ;. M under the City rebuild us 1 ... ., .M.U.K ,|.„„T„..,| •"•• The ancient llr.de Well M. A U| Muctcd ,,-al nrt urginn City Ihrougl .,..„. nUhl -JJJ vulon of the new St. gren,.-. gi steeplo '"", "' ."" >"•••* •" '•> In the Groat K.rc ol 16111, SI ,„ .„. r ,.„ ;l „ „, lh reauly bl lh<" ... ,|. vestries and i %  i %  %  !'. parUh except 16 houes. name.. „ re,.',., imd g* ,3*1. ^TfanSBSl!*., M,*te HI il.e 101 City church... M l*rabove II lion. 7, " h c nt %  """'• %  'n uihed. and It ., ,..,ded to reThe 12 bells.cradled down, and USalVKl ^1' ,"Jj;' I !" .' build 31. The design and .-.cetiun molWn tMtal l: am ..,., mil ',',, U,!, ,h?r ?, J, ...,.,i V,' ','i"i | UM churehe, were umle, lha „f In. pott*. Pr.benA.ry Taylor T, dlv/'rad ?, or'?o ej" ':,o;\har,!,riJr r and n ,r„ „.ak,Ihe new SI llr.de The regislem incttidiUK tlie t. entry o| s re I lurv was overwhelmed %  i.i': ana bj sciv:csfto thp cnmmunit) Wren the mcl.il .1 id UM Kinfi %  tt 'hut.h nhoui rev. klbuj WorkJ The churchwardens ol what t* lie made ..,.„ with a mine-dctccime apparaiut. ihcn pro. led him at dini l!(v s ; %  ravern III Plea. 8 %  RMHll a .sin,ill sum "giviBuiGuu Sketch Hiscovered liesaa in 1071, ;.nd ihe church " %  In*J ft Mr. W opened t> lervtce i IBTS. O5oinay Mien has produced nuHuttoni of laanune. muac, oonunerea, %  nd ih* 1 i*ress. asnben crowd lbs partd %  %  laH) Li ii.,.time. Wai %  I'.iymenl* will cover onl> j lain repair of BM fiibric of lh church, and certain chattels a UMlr 13 value. A represcntall was one of the most expensive p1 !)!' of *'f n 1 51 an 1 """mcllon Uva committee hai carefully ex the rebuUl churches. The gjfj KlfiSSl 2H252 W V S ,,mlnc,, P""" ,,r c08ls of ,h was H1.4S0, iMlndlnS lb "';'' s ""''S more: fu i ler neCd s. and will npp . a i lower, but no: the Mceple, the V V T u" Tl niU r ,ho fHalrmanahlp of <5olonlerior of St Ilrldes was .£ .' S ,H "i' 1 *'"'"'. h .;' f "" %  'm. Gifts should be sent U '',. %  end of Ihe interior of the the I,,,,, l.e.i^urer Amwal Fond Ikln, of all Wron^, f ,, u „„ ,,,.,„,..., „,.„ „,.,. ,.„„,,„"„, J,, SS.. BSt SttSS, Cily churches except Perhaps St. ly made. The shorlened great east London, E.C.4, or to Ihe Edit"! ol N.e,.h.„... Wall„„,k. rhe ehang* window will MM have ll.e full ,l,e • -Advocatewho .,1 Itorw.mhe wrought Has iev,,lul,,,narj ,,iitin..l taaftk and the east wall them lo London known The Our Readers Sa>; l Christian Po/ilival Parly well-to-do, which SIR, I" my %  rticle on this suhjccl in Thursday .s isue there inra three ittpj In cotnpoauuj or uliiiK which obn mi.i ihe meaning ol import.nt -I'liteiiccs oi arere they ihe reaull of defective eaUl my pan? if ao, i apoli i I in(i;iui that i cannot i the typewriter, Anyway, please allow aw tn !, i reft them • occurred In ihe middle paragraph, enUtled and II ^;i ll %  Ututlon if "Breaoh 1-1 Branob." out that 'according to Ihe Km yi lop adla) KouUca : I ol Rhh .' t etbei BIKK! ihinasi .it "ihe preservation of the I, orals ol i Usen Ond and third occurred In the next paragraph, which |.lc to look around and luagsi by the crowd of ixx)r an,i M aa3 ..HI) ill ho m ed wheUa r oui Baft %  a an Chi I tlai. ai no! in then OBI I Bl %  U1 the mlatakeg wi rt (11 r ,n\ waj .1 ,i ,-:. m ol treatment, ind <^ "f ''anoth er '' | bo In UM sentence in "how" local polilidsna would tat '<>rk on their • plans. Another eie* ol tt> aublael na) be that existing pottttcal other of them, mlitiu Increaaa, even to Id C1 II -Lin quality of t' Fhal would atrve paae. Thu letter el correction may jilso serve the good put calling the attention of those who tli.l not i \ %  .,!.. Or hud not .it the inonaml Usas lo read It 1 ihouM be very glad to know tinmind of readers, whether tot or Against, my Idea. F. GODSON. RiM-klty lliiir/i To the Editor, flic Advocate, sin pn ill endorse and ihow my deepest BppreciaUon "f your editorials of 4th October, 18 %  re RoeUoy roonibi ago, .i of %  hnibb i > %  !".( -n wat done S a sroH but self S3 o| the BOminunity Who I %  huts or to tfraei and undri %  %  %  erect way, %  %  %  beauty an that CUM selves in the same area as those is a very nonWS arc flill luckly th.it fence h;s not hern erected with a sut, marked 1 Entrance) where only n chosen few will 1> %  allowed in enter, %  re nuttilng Qov< can do in this laapeet to help ion of the community? I would humbly Leg, beseech .tui antraal (Sovernment t•. move and more now, or our plight will be a sad one. VICTIM. B mlth Wmk r„ rh Keator, 7;.,4esN>cee sin. i road wlul mtereal %  letHealth Observer" arhleh wee pubiaeMd in vour pw an Fiiu.iy Laat, undei the heading H Hae)u. Wwk," I %  U|th the (,Tl,.,lks Ml."I by your correspondent, especlallv arhen I, refen lo the pood wmk winch was don. bj all John BecaJea when Health Week w.illrst organised. I have often wondered whv this na ta ti on wai ar< and on making enquiries I am informed that It was the opinion peoplt in Ugh i plaeai thai .MI. we k ibould be Health N i OOnekSar this comment v. ly futile us WO .ill know it doe* Dot Bt in with human rtoaith w-.-k is a means of teaching people the value of clean Owing to Ihe shortage of local I locally grown f l-tutl the populace is forced h) use largi quanUUaa of canned fw result of which there b t.> be found eollectiotis of CITI" I'M'" ifM.mtrv and In peopatni Thcaa Imi i %  and becoroi %  imu puiec-s for mosquitoes ThiI gone to enow UU neceeetty lor reMl'cit.itiiiB He.ilth Week as it is adopted by Health authorities in Canadian dttea Clean premises uond health From landpomti ixiii week i oaks % %  i lieral %  %  i trust tins letter will i HI ol be rt Instated faithfully, : ATION. Sth, 1952. Itunfsvritu". %  // To The Editor. The Adeocnlc SIF Pleeae allow r youj attenUon a most existing t 100 %  %  which p nade and I About forty if. situated an open well. The onb/ fence or cncloture which surrounds this well is grass and as grata grows over a wide area in Ihil vii-only it is very difficult foi one to observe the site of the well S of people have passed Is way without gaining an> knowledge of the danger nearby, even long-time every-day-passer* only knew of this well a few year ago when a man fell into It. Earllc ,i late last year, a not lie man fell into it. Nothing has >i been done to ,'iwnre the public c mipitf.iii. ., %  %  : It U Hue thai the distance awa> fron the highway is a little beyond that for which it is required by law to have a wall erected around B well but can't the Commlsaioners >>f the Highway for this Parish tome other responsible body at leas', see to it that a "Danger" "ign is placed on this spot, or provide any other means they think lit to ensure the BBfSt] ol the public"' I am sure that any reatvant action taken will be greatly appreciated. AFRAID. iliiiuty .\>>,To The Editor. The Advocate. SIR, -Congratulations on your aaxe ue n t Ultornl In last Saturk\] paper. It is a shame that paople BIS permit ted to desecrate .vii.n ironsldercd a beauty spot i.aid, for Rocklcy Beach the Cieator—who returned it after having occupied i! with Ills se.i for over fifty years —which had done much to put on the Tourist map of the world. What is hard 10 understand is Mie people who arc carrying out :ht> II -truction are themselves interest.d In hotels, which depend on the tourist trade, and rssaol BM that such wanton acU UMJ own husincaa. It H tun tha| 'he Government cxtcnii.il thati right to preserve and protect Buck beauty spots and Pi event people from buying up and ou l ku n g on id at the seaside %  it ..f way U left f.-i thoae who live on the land im easy .„cesa to the sea. Ii is not so long ugo that the Hastioas, ibowne-s Uacl tn Tenantry wore deprived of fraa pass to the m %  i>- i in eal u nt:. yaari The Government should see th.it there is a right of %  i mile. JOHN BUM.. St/jif.urt Rtiilin/t Easter, rae .i'. Eslimales. which eontrols all spending A WOMAN'S PLACE is, legally, in tht home. So ruled Chicago Judge Daniel Roberts in refusing William Wald's appeal against 20-dollar (£7) weekly alimony payments. Wald pleaded that Mrs. Wald. who is suing for divorce, could get a job. SAID President Truman: "It is a big lie to say that we tolerate Communists and other disloyal people in our Government. I*, is a big lie to attack one of the greatest generals and patriots this country ever had and call him a traitor." Senator Joseph McCarthy, who seeks reelection, denounced General George Mar shall as "a monumental liar." Senotoi William Jenner, aUo up for re-election, ailed Marshall "a front man for traitors.* Both Senators are Republicans and the oarty's presidential candidate. General Kiseiih.iwcr. had lo support them fdk reelection. Eisenhower is a great friend ol Marshall and was sponsored by him as Allied Commander in the war. THE New York Daily News demands that the U.S. Government should have a secret igent watch every move of Ihe new Soviet Ambassador. Georgi Zarubin. The News says. "This gent was Red ambassador to Canada when the atomic spy ring was uncovered there. He was Ambassador to Britain when Fuchs was doing his dirty work." BRITISH ACTRESS Leueen McGrath and her playwright husband George Kaufman ire to write the dialogue of a musical comedy. The songs will be by Frank Loesser, who wrote the music of "Guys and Dolls" and "Where's Charley?" The new comedy will be a musicalised version of Ihe film "Ninotchka". Greta Garbo starred in it years ago. It pokes fun at stuffy Russian Communists AN 11-slorey control tower is operating it New York's international airport. Its radar screen shows shapes of planes, buildngs. and other objects instead of just a blob. Operators can even count the number >f engines on a plane. THERE IS a crime wave in New York vith assaults and shooting by day and night. Says the New York World Telegram to Mayor Vincent Impellitteri: "Let's have ionic action from you and your police commissioner." So they are sending 200 armed detectives in 100 unmarked cars out on night patrol And 400 more police will watch ihe streets. POLITICS lifts its ugly head in Hollywood. The Labour Film Council accused Warner Brothers' studio of forcing contributions from employees to support General Eisenh. .v. i is election campaign. The Council reprosi-nts 27,000 Hollywood workers. NO EASY MONEY HERE! LONDON. IN searching for oil, besides luck, money and "know-how", an unlimited amount of patience is needed — the sort of patiencepossessed by the oil men just celebrating their fifth year of prospecting in Pakistan. So far, despite the vast sums of money they have invested there during Iheir search, they have not yet been rewarded with any major discovery. But they are not daunted by their slow progress. On the contrary they are going on doggedly drilling their exploratory wells. Drilling even one 10,000 ft. well in Pakistan is plainly no simple undertaking. The oil men say that, besides the actual derrick and drilling engine, it demands (among other equipment) one aeroplane, four water trucks, three heavy tractor-trailers, three "tippers," two bulldozers, two general-duty lorries, one mechanical shovel, and one grader. Having assembled that little lot. the "expendable" stores are needed for instance 5 tons of cotton seed hulls. 5 tons of sawdust, 400 tons of sand and gravel. 800 tons of special drilling mud. 10,000 ft. of steel casing for lining the bore-hole. 10.000 ft of manilla rope. 3,000 barrels of diesel fuel oil, some hundred^ of tons of different chemicals and a host of other assorted items. Added to which, from start to finish, some ISO different specialists will have to be enlisted; ranging from the geologist, who will indicate the most promising point at which t<> Btej I drilling, to the engineers, mechanics, carpenters and chemists essential in the later stages of the operation. In terms of money, the s/ell will cost anything from. say. 20 lakhs of rupees (C 150.000) to 2 crorcs (£1,500,0001 according to the varying conditions encountered. And such frightening sum.-, nuv riSVl be spent many times over on scores of SUCeesstve teat ereJls before oil is struck. The PaJosten oil men are remembering that, in Canada, no fewer than 114 exploratnrand an investment of bun of dollars were necessary before post-war distuvery wsjs made at 1947. So they are fully prepari an equally exhausi.< tan before cncour. < even then. IHMUIS! 1H MIIIS! Collins Pocket and Desk Diaries now opened at ii 0M i II: SI. I IIO\I:H r Obtain your r.quirem.nls of i.r.Miiui . MUM. i i S WAI.ABA POSTS. (TMKNT I'.UNTS ami OILS C.AI.VANIZKIl and Al.lMIMM SHEETS and All 111 11.1)1 KS IIAKDIVAIIK from WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. 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I'll stran-brrrir* tWholn spiiudi Hrussrl Sprouts • •intrii I'rt* Mixed Vi>B4-rablea FOR T1IF IHK1GIF < happlr Doc Food Das %  eed I>o C Food ll.mr MMI HONE .. a Gonn.xnns WE DELI.



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FRIDAY. OCTOBFR 10. 19S2 BARBADOS ADVOCATF p\r.r Fivr Need For Health Education Stressed Dr. Harkness Opens Health Conference with ihcir bedroom window, practical work .11 the field open, that thev must eat so much evn nothing 1fresh vegetables and fruit dadv this world and a.t (it they can get them or afford money there i* 1 lm.. them), drink so much m:lk or nut time which the available hi so much rum, eat so much proarfll provide for th* exprntein arid limit their intake of carseen Iralnea on thu course and bohydrate*. feed their children thus the work and teaching mint 1>K. J. W. P, HAHKNKSS. Medical Adviser to the " I,, i aI d Mam them of that, be condensed aa mMh as poaaiCompii-'llfi and Welfare, stressed at ill, i Wf *-J h i n V "! ,d ( mB v ""'"' hl '' Fined For Obtaining Money By False Means HIS WORSHIP Mr, C I. Walwyn, Policy M of Disirifi "A". yt ad Clarano Bwl i CBI „, which conlributr to the uromoW< ,,i. St Aluhat'l 40 to be paid in out' monlh or one Queens Park yesterday mornm* the importance of health llllM of T£ llhy hv..£ yS a?.Practical tehM months .mpr.sonment with hard labt.ur for obUinin, S education both for pubhc oflicera and the general public expected to convince ihe pubOe -The point which l wi* [, „. Mtlltotnl Gitttltl of Blitton". 11.11. St Michael by in addition to the co-operation and team work of health are worthwhile doing, in the make in th v respect is that th.r Q |„ ....,.„„ Th.. nffaoM . .a mmmdiri nn Baniani officers with all other departments who worked for the wn ot ,h "* ** of thcoret.cal teaching which u [ ll> V, committee! on s ptl myour activities or the particular K V en in Jamaica must be mpl. lxr "„ branch of health work in which rounded off by some years of OlUaajg told the court that on S#jt AJJeyna attachad lo CenI93 vou may be employed. n jhe (Uhj 9 ttaa la prosecuting been -i W QI no ( at jd to this by enunder the assistant-!and uoiW her horng and tohl Bat that b*l par thf IMuv S2'HLS*Si. c, S?!E ^fc*S£!L S3 ,, SSS£ Sffia "S "T *"V" 5 5,"-"""" !" *" '"" '\S2 '%J!i c VK ^ plaining the valu of piophylacofflceis. The San it ai <• ~-< ll 1 "•""" lomnutted on Oclohei it vaccinations or inoculations a i t nc em | „( nls courM of trainrensjaat 8-8 (oi %  .•hen necessary for the control nR ,_ ln tn a me position as H Later investigations ihowad that M AOE DISTfRHANCC improvement of the welfare of the community. Dr. Harkness was delivering lion of the Association the inaugural address at the and though there have id Pubhc Health which was held under the pice* of the Barbados Sanitary tlve medicine during the fourInspector? 1 Association teen years since the Association Mr. J M K.,ln..>. in the lb. fluently of lb prevention m.ke II ,„..' ,^" V 'i!ito.^i.*^„ !" ^S !" .1 i! urn. ?K ', ' V"'-"U R Archer <* •" I" "•' H M M BUI •"" I. of Dr. H. eent,al (or tnow who .re enit"!. 1 '1^,"'. n „ K P I J"" 1 K i" .'. ,"", ,J"1"1 %  "* lu "s **" "" '>"" c. Cummlu. mtroducoi D> nal In nromMau the health of !""• m ? r !" J '.tT^LiLlSfil branches of the *"** fr*2 Urdu Itaed 10 lo M 1 b I Kaeui HulDMU who op,,:.,I the COB. Ihe public l„ keep .b.e..t of the ??" I^L"f^ V?'„ ?T t, ^ mU '" ^-"u"!'" "o >* •' %  %  " ''•'>• i<" __ m ference after wfu-h ., ,..:, %  ul Um and partk-'ularlv lo orleny/ "',^^ >g 3gJ"."^*..* 8 jBEg ^j ' %  '"""* Xs ^ESK^KaLm^SASaK SAW. -s-ssyw -yff. E^HV SHr: ffiu&BfS noon tetsion. Speakers at the community can be reasseed in, , h ^.mwat.nn and h*ln h..io. ri.n,<- wi,., „.. ,..,.! '.' '" nnri ,h v t 10 for loitemiB .... Ckllm i i %  n-ocluctlon of Clean Milk Supthe people. lmIV omccIS „„ b, „, he p 0 wnl „„ lraln ,„, of etncl ent pc.Hi. Wor.lnp Mr G B Grim* In' the afternoon. Dr. G F Modern Approach^ M.t, ,• of DiReader spoke on The function "" " evident from the first of a Health Visitor". Mr. G. II I'om on your aitenda which is Fagan on "The Important* ot "Health Education" that your ntly conveyed to young n H, judging from the' example 8. *' h" f A hl ?** -.-.-. Q'P"* n AcUng poUca Mad at ing the food of ihe people: the rather than on bricks and mot t r j c i "A" yesterday adjourncil social welfare officer in all mattar. After all, as a member of th UIllll octobe. 23 the caaa In whk* ters affecting the betterment of Rockefeller Foundation once said Courtenay Arthur of ilniiitnt Hall, family and community life, the when discussing the plans for g, Michael I* charged by the I\>lOIIIKINC, SMI | i || per, 0N< 1 asked dealing that Kidney said that the Doctor had kindly consented to open the attained only by the people". efflci Conference oj the Barbados Sai "We have travelled far from JEZ^L and 'ceeding generals Pi franch hi prosecuting for the Police. lets |h!. l ( l .m Mr,' r ?J| 1 "ons The team spirit is one that policy of "your department Ye "i r L. ln T r L 0r l Association, the JSee.J.* -s M "eVunve hV.hh vou mu8, alwavs kec P bcfore you "* V !" "* "*'" prepared in tins Mlr ,. ,-,., ,,,„. ;>i v ,, SSgftS Sa B"* %  stopped its active some time and wus strong again. work goinn %  loirs nitirl,,.. LOt:iH L. BAVLKV Bnllon Lane ing a meeting of the Executive Committee and were unable to attend, as well as one for Dr. J. P. O'Mahnny. Director of Ifedftea] SIIYI.I who had a previous engagement. No Stranger He said that Dr. Harkness, as Medical Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare, was no stranger to Barbados. He actually lived m the first nstance nowadays Is by the Uc twalth. Adequate Training: U do, that with,. After Mr. Smith had -ubmltted out adequate basic legtslalhilt hp PfOBgeuMoB had not tion on public health which lavP FOV * " case, BH ttarandanl down th.* organisation and, the handed Sgl Fordo u dnvei's to secure this co-opchain of responsibility, the" re•'•'••lee which iw seized. Mr. Smith eration, more and more emphsponsibUities of the Slate, tha < bJOOUd to Sgt. Korde si-tniig the ,„ sis has been placed upon adeHealth Offlctr and ot the IndivlUetiiwe ai.u ,idvi-.-.l hi.s client to H '.' i, <(*'" %  training of staff by .ill protu.-ii mmrfo I at UM publl, which aU f ti..Ifcanea a health TeMivc pu J, ic hej|l!h depar ,. provid.the reguisfte authoniy The d.-fentl.oit uhad I merits, and by those deportments .md enabling powers, no or.lerlv f<'i UM UoaOca ind S^^ |'..i,|, l<>M 'rive ,'-'.Viv'd. governmenta are planning and integrated health and medic..! [h. I ,„„ i: „., Sfnall^ eo^i. !" U^W 'o develop their health service. "Vie can I I established and llcaoca for further referent* Mr. bados. He actually lived m the ZkJS SSS^SP Sm^SESOLJSVi on modern and progressive lines, developed. The proposed Act. will. Smith a.ked the court la mako %  island and had the opportunity fSS^S%!^!i£SSS^S^ Amongst such departments 1 am I believe, do this, but until it has ruling on the -c, ( sgt. Pord ot seeing sanitary arrangements d s *f** J"?.*'," ,"„''^ t 5HS! happy to aay are Included Barbabeen enacted wftiplanation ol purpose* of the law. which is the E romotion of healthy living and y the spread of the technical knowledge upon which the law "BuT'the functions of a health ti cer In his capacity as a healt $"g?&W£ a & KSi "-. and b^th^ depa,, !" ,,,, which I unimaginati to prevent insan"! %  "•/ Col onl.lD c%i lopm.nl ..^ .,. ,. ,, 1.„,,„., ,^H^ !" ,h !" "' on and so forth, the ultimate •" '"""? *!> '{J..S i' r ""' that 11 ays of I nU< mo a n? tSrln^ ,.!r,l pUrp0SC "' >";" h le ?"';", 1 ft" W„JW 1 cine .re n„ml,e,„l In ever, ...on,..„,!„ |„ ,l„. promotion of belter health o the Centre ot the West Indies ,n^ wc .„,,„,„, c „ n ,,,„ ,.„ „„. ,,,,„,. wll ||c %  community and of the individual rnaica. a "li was with great plcasu treatment of disease increasing i y fendant is not n-i itraining th. althiest govFOR SESSIONS pi swan thf the invitation of your committee This purpose of the law Is. no ment and Welfare funds and also to Inaugurate this conference do ubt, understood by the health by your government. A goodly ^ mm n j. „„,, md vl( iualB. Logl^ which has been convened by the 0 m C er and perhaps doubtfully n mb er of your memDera have >n rCMOn W|l eventually win the lladley Samson (24), a labourer Barbados Sanitary Inspectors' accepted by the legislator hut it benefited by these scholarships da and moIi „ uk klv tnan cv .. t nt Thomas Gap, St. Michael, waAssociation. 1 S( i f cari almost entirely lost on and will benefit in the ij|i lew sjnfp h( , ck of nnanco ls ,|_ yesterday committed u, UM naxl The aims and objects of the the individual who is plagued by years remaining under the presWHya ^^^ and u,,, | CSMin will fitting of the Court f Ol inrj Association I understand from lls -do's and don'lV. This then em Colonial Development and >onn ^ morc generally appreeiS^asaiooj on | chaig. ol I your Secretary's letter ol invita| a the burden which rests upon Welfare Act. n(e< bv a „ h|jt ^^p oyne^ n f ,, rP breaking and larceny ..f ..rli< lea tlon to me arc: the members of your Association Having in a very summary vcnlioil („ Iew co t|y than a coartfrom the house of C (a) The promotion of the as executive Health Officers to and brief way mentioned the (ia() (|( u ( Mar-hall of 1 > %  !(-,..ti ,., study of the professional "put across" with patience, tact wide scope of a health officer s ... wisn ymi m, president a September 23. practice of public health. and understanding to the indiduties, you will not be surprised most jujeeeggfui conference and I Bail in the sum ot CM (b) Public Health Administravidual member of the public who lhat the curriculum and r *' nin a thank you for tinplMSura it has lowed, tlon with special reference frequently regards the law "as must cover a lot of ground and ,.,,,,,, ,,„. to inaugurate your meetto public health lows. an ass'' and public health law as those of you who have spent a „ wot Ml\, (II \K<; (c) To keep the public at larg* the most "pernicious ass" t>f all. year at the school in Jamaica Moving the vote of thanks Mr -——; ——-— %  and sanitary inspectors in Bryond The Law wl •?" %  Ior the intensive naMerrill said he was sure they Mortimer Pi particular informed on -nut os't have already said th current public health matf uni i,, **"• as heal Objects Stated In 1938 yond •'These objects were embodied tiie law docs not In the constitution at the formaprescrlhi i.rt I h"ivo nlrMdv aald the Iu "' f *• BOW**' You m v "'"o would UTM that after heurinu In St Mich.,-! Wl rhaiB Son? ol^infu^ iniwctors r ' ,nj ' "" H .rkness's address, apart from Hh WonMp M. C U Walwyn ie?hh clinch also Vhe what might really tic called a kn0 wlng him as they did. that ha vest-tday with w In the law Met^fullv Jno.Jh "^' '""""• and might with WM a ,„. loi with I knife hCT lafl I the law. mercmiiiy oi"HKn _J„.,_,_„ i„ -„nr ,J „ u ~ r t. _JJ.-.. .,..., .i % % % %  %  -.•.—.iri.^ -r h ^.. ma HI:AIIII:KIII:\P IID. Srllin. A.ents For BOOTS' PURE DRUG CO. Offer BOOTS MCCHAMM TABLETS BOll nf 1.1,11,1 7 But., of 100 |/| Boon iNsii.iM All | KODAK FILMS All KODAK MOVIE FILMS All Si., KODAK 8 MM. MOVIF. CAMF.KAS KODAK 8 M.M. PHOJK, TOB A V, Lurge and llenutiftil Selr, li,,I, ,,f XMAS CARDS BRUCE v.| \iliHill, in LTD. iv e"i"ii>.


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I'll.I SIX HlKBAiMlS ADVOCATE mmw 111 mill it i". IDU CLASSIFIED ADS. mir3t oa IN MKMDKIAM roil SAI.I: ALTOMOTINK PI III.II WI.IS REAL ESTATE SHIPPING NOTICES B>*r inkn pn>IIi. fiMfl %  roil HIM BOUSES FLATS AtHH'.JIlltK One %  Brdri->m*d T.ift Floor On* H*dronni Rurnirn) Apply lo 1 . • t %  dm—i Kllpe-fa U.MP Price PU POP* MM r ..(* %  IMP M %  ..• | M i • %  | C*-On. III Cfcryaae* w ii'l Drue Hi T M U'l.n %  %  %  • %  Andrt JI>-*P*I r.l.rXTRlCAL _.. IP TUP Oomaota, Kid*** PP T.444 i-rf Iwl <* l-nl. 4 romprlalno larp verandah* twp puplM rpOPaa. two btdroom'. ueuaJ cop rnieneea kit.-t.en ** eafaae. aervant* r Bad, aaSd P— l aaa d %  •*• %  BtaprtpHj miHW water ....wiinl iMPrtlflP ky oppouiirnwil With Mr i Ctalr Hunt* IMal ilJi The ptp*r<> will to %  *! up lor aale public compotition ai our PSPTP. J.i Street. BiiAMUxra. on Fr*iy. October. Iddl. at p.m. YLARWUuD A POYC'l StSiJ 1 LIVESTOCK IM-1 i Battery Him** 1 Ian* BPProom*. I'vina Hnoni. Vrtandmi. DInim Hoom *4r All rnodrrii Convenience* m %  ludlni Telephone. Ooe movr. Electric RpClarrainr. Id*-! lor bra* l,,nnr-!" r U>l aVarf, Flt PPM KDOOI P %  %  rud •" llo.l comer of Hid Avrnur 1" IP S3 -In OFFICE -T Pru nirr lhl*% • .NitrrfltN-r 1 1 %  I.IH Available from | M.r.h.n MECHANICAL Mil COMI'hhKSOtlH lor operatirm I %  wpr-Uka-pff dlTfrfloii-.ily attached id llif.tr. I %  rade Dial Ml* ie %  i AUrthJUITUltAI. EWl'IPMCNT. 'line <.t- BMP fiaaaai* Miiurr Altar | in .d di.iriiiut.il.. and I'ud' | i.tilfculim NarraMre. pkii.pru find •*> %  n# mwmt Cnuhi.I PSIS J 10 U AWOI.M K.ME.VIS %  HHJM FAMI1V leevtBd MlMv rforim.M COOK J |Mn ereftce E<*ellp*>t iiaalir and r..r fir..fit' "H.her IfUi required ctnny St Matth< HaPtlnri T*lephon* d: *io i 10 I MISCELLANEOUS lead nliw in. %  I. din, laino NKV TrieOH vrl.oratr I In Icier. %  MCVCLEs athac malic* %  ind art-. :. Hl*r< Ml I I AMI J-HICEB Co, rtPey Uerp*. It CAM C'AIVrs-Imported •heelDeelaned e.prclally f H.uona Couileay Carafe I i'l HIT! I's % %  a. iiijvnri ,\i i TII*M .•iiisowi ."..VIMA KNICIII HOI hold mvaplf HMM elte ronli. %  t.T/ OKKA1.D KNK.IIT rairArld !•*-* rilaf. Rppt a i.l M I I aldr .mil,, a* (olio*. t." HUJI IV — IMJH it" uuon lliiqiiripa lo H W, MUMOTI. Son Co. I lid Dial ni) Mt-t'n Hl'HAYIMi KWL'IPMKNT TtPCloi 1'i^lrd tor applying r* pjld lo III lltflit |li I Hi by llt" PPII. PtpUPfl qn'lil" >t I'lllHllA A. *>NH. M-.h—t. nirkPII i'i if in \ornts OLD HAMIlaONIAN NOI'IITT foi .ni Old Hoymi Tliumt... mil"1MB, Old Boyi c-ik-krt Match II 30 Tt> 3 IS 4 IS AII a H ( ii.Krd In %  i.l i inn Orlnhrr t;TTr*.'H n p*crla<> m • si an IJQl'OK I ICKNSK NOTICK : % %  krrppr of HI.. 11..* holdci of iMuoi lii-rmc S.i :w uf IPU Rrantad In IHHT tn l*i.iid -nd %  HiiRif U"iO al t.-iilird lo ir>.dr 1jrh*d l" iniUrliir -I HI %  tprd atlpi Datad in.i • %  < d*i ..I Optotwr, iH Tn C A Mil/W Eaq P..lie* Matl>lralr nuiiii-l A i. fiHirrrni. lor Appluanl N n Till" %  ppUpPthHi | <-oi.n lo be hfld •* roi.op roi.it iii-i.i, I \ i. Ha Kh flay of Ortoto-r iwM. al II o'cio E A HfUlH). BAD SKIN? I ..tut -km i.i.ii MbD I %  Oiajimenl. Q inf. ppcdKBlerl bpjre* .., I > r ( Iwar'i 0 Hil isi pill [IT..1.1' I amkm (nfrdion, *Jk> IMUI ud >n ooodi i. (wiU. pimiile*. IrtVlp.ft-lCOM -m. I .. %  11 i ruw 'i Oinimenl . • i. ntnausnN AND MA. iivaU.il>l* WIIH wbPP ,. -Ir*|. l-Iimk. I many other %  ttaahin*i.i % %  i Courtev Oar*** POULTRY %  i 0U1 THY M N" Hiii I ll.,.i l,•,,_,. MISCELLANEOUS \ i ir *. nan mo\ % %  •* %  * %  j "Mill -. ii,-i t. ... Mr* am III POUflH l-I^TC PUWDD I-.TIIK HKAU Pill.IKH ri itNiri'ftr rfir^M ms rio'.l Pla, i. I^dir.' Kaln coati ll ., aaxlii U,.i. 'k*rrhl.*. 13. -act ttfinuaw. Broad Bin iAPDCNM V*|*l-hl.. n. F)••.* %  i %  HfMlW fpi I— i-.„ll, (hir t mm pqui. iii pwl fmrm v.rd M-H%  %  r all mlormattPM . iippti l AI**7HMt M* :•**; \.,i.-i. sn*.' s IP SS-PB .i. k* CPPUP. l.*kM ROYAL NETHFRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  n ma run i STOB. i~ih tn ftl H HUTIA. t*' (KHPPOT. ItM %  rrv-A in nrtphpr. ItM 'V t NnrTOII. I4th H o P r pb*r 1S3 %  OpptOOP • A 111 ORANJB NOTICE : ll.rbpdo* Tvlpphon* Sharoa I W*>! India BIKUII Co. UnulPd TrpdlrtP Co. i ." | Ppa> Shiiipina* 3> Ud. Rhiiri ; %  Ii.ih.iin. P| IMMBM lory Ltd. Shproa. M li.iti-di- flip Inim Tno abov*m*ntion*d -to up lor ipl* al Public Auction on PrldPy. Iha Pth Oclobpr, I3S1. at 1 p m.. pi Liiiiniton A Sralr. Lucpa ttNPt. llridaplown. 1UM *.i •iff*' lor ul* by AMD mil 1*1 • H-iNAIItr 3Plh I Ml 1 ** ion. Slat i i-r-nic A. I7lh Nnv**r.brr. i MriPTOR. fMb HaraaOw r %  All PIO HI TfUMWAD FJKA lth Octobpr. lUNQ I" IR|S||lD AM* I'l'KAI-AO HKHIIIMA. IHfi OrliPM. I III-JTIA. 101 %  i i >~K' "IP CO. ITO Canadian National Steamships MATKS OP t:\CMA \<.l MM *>* %  waaaai TI %  ini publp* pptnppUllPn al Ih Hifh lrpp. on Prida* loth Odob*. ites -: I p m Hi* dw-llina-l—n*p known aa LAIUlAKOSi %  atendin* o,. 2 Acr. IJ i rrh*t *l land illual* -t Baibarp** mil. Si Mlrhp*l Blactrlc and aiilrr -tvum laid on %  id Mi*rp M alan %  Wal-'mill SUIIPPIP IM iiilrnff oi a warrrHnitn lr.-pr.imn on applkraUPn to Ih* tarralapr pn lit* prpmiPM .or further pprtlcular* and PPPPWPHM -I MI* apply to COT-nX. CATTORD It CO at t u-d not Ttinm sn I'aaadlaa t ralaai I M.,.lun I ...1-. i ,.l. Radn*! i .,.,,ii., • wmmm MM kOlllWII Nil 1 ... S.I.i M fP*lb*r cartiraian appU GARDINER AUSTIN LTD. — AgenU. "BTWATd%  UCKLKf %  • BOI < iimm i HI MII T>ii> wpll >ud dull rpildanpp aUnda tn I* P> nd ihulim Hi* srouiHl fl.Kir Ih*.* la a Urg %  liar %  It t.lah wMh KPPICDI door ami •rnpta room IPT atotad*. lauridry l< rtiara la a aaiago and arrvatH'a rpom In i h* d>ound>. and aarvapfa path and ailat in ih* around toot at lb* hour* •Ci for (ul* by public iiUCIIon at thrlr IT. HUb klr**l, Hmlarli -TI II Pnday in* ivth day of October. IM>. 13pm In a ppctiop to be arranicd by i*l*phunln| IIU. for furUMT paitwulara nd rondltloiia i.l aalr apply lo CUTTLE. CATFORD A CO M U In Al'CTION JNOER THE IVORY HAMMER -r lOih. at Me.-i(l*ii*n M "I il. IPU A 4 I iifinr the lluirimiil ll.iiiiinn %  iid m i A*n i th< > Bay mrcPt nil Prkia> Utli Ocl nt 1 o'clock the following: I • larw Guy motor Muck with a lot o( I'-i*. parta vary good lor Mir capUad %  Mip Hi Cllropn ear. 11 • K.iarr car. U nrw IJoyd'a car>, ill Pilot radio* .V Al S lull*... ill iiva BordrPux win*. %  i fro-. iHittlaa. iBdi Ho—POP Michrlln ^>P•. and iJOi IdS—400 Mkrhrlm tutoa nl irilrd palllra can Inipctl Hie .il-m i %  dm pacapl d.indav on appllcal-m t. T..I C,\> Co n-AP/v \ loon 3 10 S3--in Whether )Ou arc coova ni or limply ncnl a health •bdlldina toaic, V1AST-PIIOS ii the aniwer to \uiir pmSIrm Vrtmrnini and minirali comhiocd in •|R YFAST-rHOS dfe i.•kwf 3 Rood health. Mi I, .i id. I Mil %  11 *vld< pal liirn in eachange fur I Ih* label reprepenlhia Hi* ,i'i| *ee lh*m In Ihe ahow %  % %  *• has fid.Aqu-il %  I ,i.d. AjrenU 10 SI In B t BaBI now to 111* Hail. trHfiapb. I :.ind" loadtni Dally Newapapcr mm ml In Barbpdoa by Air only a law i. alter publication In I'iiidon Contact .,1 i.ai* e.o Art*oealCo l.ld local <§tin MAIL NOTICES IVt OOVP aa under it.nl al 13 noon. KpMtntocrd Mail mid OrduiPr) Mall nl 3 JO C'G'TRANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND B.3. COLOMBIE". SalUoj September 24lb, 1952. Calling at Tilnldad, La Gualra. CurdLdo, Cartdjtend and Jamaica. 8.8. "DE GRASSE" Sailing October 15tb, 1052Calllog at Tiini.lad. La Gualra, Curacao. Cartagend and Jamaica. NORTHBOUND SS %  COLOMBIE" Sailln Oetober 5th, IMS. CalUnf at Mdiiinlque. Dominica, Guadaluupe, Southampton 8.8, "DE QKASSE". Sailing October 2Sth. 1952. CalUnf at Southampton and La Havre. rACCrPTTNO PAS8ENOEB8. CARGO AND MAIL. Teelh Loose Gums Bleed Btapdln* Otunp, rkirp Mouth nnd I^-raf Tealh mean that you mav fiftva Pyorrhpa. Trawh Moulh •' (,-ihapa a-ir-.a bad dlaeaa* (hot will avonar or later cauaa your teeth to faJI out and ropy alao rPuaa nin.iiiallam and Haprt TronM*. Amoaan atopa auni bieedlBp: III* Drat -la}. and* aura mouth nd qul'-aiv tlh'*na the (Path Im* elad c Xhp guariniep pi< Unguentine ftelitvts pain.of •y>>v',*,'.*^. wA'Av/AWi R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—AfenU PHONE 3814 Tllk UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES. Application*, arc invited for an AmWtdnt Lectureahip in M Hi he mat in. Salary on the scale £450 x 25 — £550 p.-. Point of entry according to qualifications and experience. Cost of living allowuncr £100 p.n. for alnttlp persona, £120 pa. for ncn. Child allowanca £80 p.a. per child (maximum £240 p.a.| Salaries and allowances at present under review. FJM.U Unfumiahed quarters at rent of 5% of salary. Applications (six copies) giving full particulars of qualifications and experience, and tho names of three referee* should be sent to the Secretary. Inter-University Council for HiKhet Education m the Colonies. 1 Gordon Square, London. W.C 1. from whom further particulars may be obtained. Closing date 25th October 1952 THE STRANGE MRS. CRANE Slarrini; Miirjorie Lord. Kobert Shnyne AMATEUR BOXING FINALS \ — AT — MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM HAVE BEEN POSTPOMlll Until I KIliM NKillT, lilh ln>l. Ko UH not lo rlh with the Intercolonial Basketball Tournament "My Expenses are light, My Prices are right" Thai's why I am Kua r a l *'£i"H my prices to be no higher than any other Store In Barbados. Should any store bo prepared to make you a present of their goods, then A. E. Taylor will give you Bus Fare tn take the said goods home. From the 10th lo 17th October this month wo •ire giving yuu u discount of 10 ( '/o not 5 on all purchased of dry L'tmds un one bill umouiitiiiit to S5.00. Competitors all remember CUT and A. E. will CUT UNDEK. Our Store is .small this is true, but it is also true we carry large stocks and some of our designs and patterns are ORIGINAL. -l.fi'. TAYLOR LTD. : irfpx o- IIS I In rUNHttl For I.HUM UlllihS SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY ADVOCATE STATIONERY OSfi-TOM Ht-l-IM.ft IBM the H--I Boolia SUIIORPr? WHITE 10c. DUTCH 16c. No 11 Po^ POTATOES pat lb ONIONS per lb Swan Slieai Kegistered 'A April, 1903. The Companv invites public subscriplmn•: al pal for FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE SHARES of £1 each of an intended issue of £50.000 This issue forms part <>f an authorised capital of £ 10U.OOO of FIVE PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES carrying %  llxed cumulative preferential dividend at the rate of five per cent. i>er annum on the capital for Iht time being paid up thereon, and ranking both .is rngirrip, capital and dividend next after the 35.000 existing six per cent, preference shares but in priority i< ihc .uithnnsed capital of 200,000 ordinary shares of E .nl). of which 150,000 shaXM have been issued. Km m.-. ul application Cor shares and particulars of he had on application lo the Secretary. The subscription list will open on the thirteenth day uf October 1952 and close at 12.00 noon on the eighteenth day of October. 1952. Bv Order of the Board. T. C. McKINSTRY. Secretary. Registered Office. James Street. vnow us l.\f> CROWDS I.V srii.i. MO m: i mm us VISIT WILSON'S 17th ANNIVERSARY 17th Till-: I.H.t.rM HAIU.AIV OI'IMIIIITMI^ 11%' TOW.V The pleasure and happiness we get from an Anniversary whether it be ours, our friends' or our favourite Store's celebration certainh make us look forward to it as we know that gotx.1 things are usually preJ([! •W81P>1'? |)l -* -•.-|llaMr ^aWaoV.0.. .— pared tu mark the memorable occasion. WILSON'S planned this enormous celebration early and HO made special purchases for the occasion. and is now proud to inform their numerous customer* that one of the largest and best assortments of Press Materials in Silk. Rayon and Cotton, along witli other Ipeneral Merchandise, arrived by the S.S. "Sunadele" on her maiden voyage tn These shores. The gtMids are now on display and prices for Silks A M 00c tnd not higher than $1.00 per yd. Customers ihoptalTig durtn| October ara sun u? beneftl from WllsoaS 17th Anniversary Celebration. Can these bargains 1 .-i until the end ol October? Drop in. see the bftfUlnfl I I j >urselves and the question will answer itself. NE. WILSON tft CO. U, Swan Si Dial 3*7* -i 1 offering H.i: Hsfrjn. A WIDE RANGE OF LOVELY PATTERNS TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME CONGOLEUM SQUARES 3 YARDS X 4 YARDS 3 YARDS X 3t YARDS 3 YARDS X 3 YARDS 2 YARDS X 3 YARDS 2 YARDS X 2t YARDS CONGOLEUM-BY TOE YARD 9 FT.. 6 FT., 3 FT. AND 27 INS. WIDE ALSO FELT BASE THE CORNER STORE iiii iii mim i ii i ini &f **



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ritinw. n< TOIIKR IO. itsz BARBADOS ID4 i. VII l-w.i SEVEN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON • _• /?** 1. %  • \SSJf 3fi /?ea ^•§2 ^ n ;_m ^^b/ A I !5 w ^.c.. CLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ,• i OO XXJ f/VER Tpv ~ ^-J TO TALK VNiTM %  ANOLMCX-': II • %  % %  FLASH GORDON %  % %  l-UT --%  • %  Jr THE LAW BY DAN BARRY MClA.'lA^H' \sri\ *A* .Jl JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS %  %  %  % % %  -. w • %  %  n Help PREVEMTioch DECAY ..Tag. pSmoM tuicuf I Prwvmnt tooth 4mtayt IH rtirh.n K IMIXM r.vnb HIM whi.h i'bnL< .am lufiniiuHi ihe* UaflmVhM W*f%, 1. imiEINf TiKMh Pa.ir h*l| milin. .1,-ir. .. bacnria. 1. IIMIHINI 1. I. I'*... tfllMk* .Hir MMfe hi(.i\ brill UT ibaa 1-..1 < nOW U>n IT IUW, MINI V Vut ON Etpvdall) impottonl to. (hildranl Mad. by th fcoluri .1 fame. LISTHINI -.*.*-.*.*>*,*. ', ', -.'---'•*-.* •*** 1 %  >.! %  4.Bp mun •• %  <•,„*.-, H., %  tlMMM i i i !"""• t-i-hr STUART & SA>irsil\ (1938) LTD. II , OUR Pd %  I KIVl INCE & (o., I.M. .iii.l 0 H.'l.urk St. fflfr rfMf •fc*' on Dunlop tyres stands lor all that is LATEST and BEIT la design, materials and manufacturing leehnlqae . the result ol years' experience • .. DUNLOP GREATlR STRInGTH feso munun HER. TREUD RUBBER WITH CMATLH RESIbUNCE 10 WEAR L0M0 LA) ON-MID FA I 'ufl ECONOMY A SAIS1Y i. Jam ikhiirnS %  NSCftf4 In/. Nulritiu :-lliv \ IMUM SBWHMBI %  -' % /. Jeer — Carih Usually NOW ,r:i .4* M .25 .87 Kll 5.H 5.IMI III .:. .24 .20 oil s|,i,.mini I liii/IS MM I itrawharrtw !• %  %  i''* llriiss'l "utnuli —-prr liar. Pa I p iiki IVjihf--in i pki. II I. WINI %  BWMM i"i l"'l t inii urn i la % %  #•— i i'.HI i<*i ii i" r hoi jfiinu* |i-i bol .r^. H i> i %  %  (•iM-llll-Khullr — prr Iml Moulin t Il4'iil nrr ln


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WHAT'S ON TODAY TtSIWOAY S >TH£R REPORT i"p*r*luiF M % • mswatur* T1 S T i par h..r /AMA FROM DEMANDS $56m. U.K. BY TUESDAY Dr. Mossadegh May End Diplomatic Relations TEHERAN. Oct. 9. PREMIER MOHAMMED MOSSADEGH hu decided to break diplomatic relations with Britain unless is begun by iSii i reJUes which Iran cla due ti> her, accordnn to high cfals t'llim Ml Onttrtfr*' Ml World lair To Be Ht>hl In Gothenburg C.OTIIENI. l((i The Swedish Indu^i the traditional Goihcnbuit event held .. v Tj year since 1918. will .18 from |3 special nulumii event national participation ll.'h, 10 h.i8 Fair has been of it purely % %  attorn : el arael 1 PI present being worked 1 11m large-*.,1,. international fall In Sweden's sevo id blgl also Ihe countiy' (, the WKt" It ,11 Industrial ,, ."] an exhibition > ,„.: 1^ ,„. „„. An gl..i Fair rallied 800 exhibitors. Iranian Oil Company since IMS niiiiiU.Dr Mossadegh was laid to have 'Wils/lu '\\'~i'£'"'-, % % % %  • Thr ll.il.vh f,e. ,. i he British A Government official Un ,',','n, S^J^/^if.. %  for ifw llrst I Danish and Norwegian I took part, and was vlsiii IiHi.000 persons STOCKHOLM A Swedish archaeological expedition, the am of iu k Syria, will ahorUj : %  I 1 t country, report-. Dr Alfred ||*l u t Assistant Professor ot A at Upsala University. During their three-month itap experts will study ancient Arvad LII Ihe North-s.-. 1 also Quadash. where R defeated In11 v.; 1288 lie The further make lopogaphieal m% %  ii' whii h .111.1 tin wi new tight on Stor leal geography. The $50,000,000 Instalment I %  Tuesday roncurrent with the despatch of Ion to Iran to ne%  The umainder would be paid in instalments. Dr. Mossadegh is con%  d today His aides said 1 %  ( A .not feclinv well after ruff-Tins a sliLht haemorrhage yes%  1 —I'.P. IK. Atom llomb Will Help To Prevent War The new Swedish method of storing oil direct in rock DO system, has attracted K ?at intrretl In many countries; ur represent-tiv< ot I trd Oil Company, New J'.rsey. have recently visited Stockholm to disco, baa planned storage of lO.OOO.ont barr-ls annually Tare mpenies, Texas Oil QulfolL are said to be inter. MI the method, are also UP Krupp Works in Western Germany and Japai %  ,.. 1 method of storing I 1 with ihe subsoil pr Mitre c) ground watei acting ..s ;• caulking medium. Ii is eaumati .. %  log of as much is two-thirds cf tl storing i 1 nu'iliitus will result from the idi the v Bj rtam, THE HAOVI A Cocnbin o) is I oafved frcn Canii Qeaapan) the supply cf a dredj than 7.5 1: I U.S. dollars), Thia • %  BB-eallad 1 dredger with turieapacMy <>i upwardi ol tOOO h p. It is intended fi r daepanlng the Sue7 ("and and is the largeal .iiMi-i in da) : hitherto built in Europe The Su i (anal Ccmp y lecantly afak rod • ( otnbin* six tugs of a rpi and a self-propel led floatl SCAHIIOROUGII. England. Oct. 9 Bnllsh Foreign SecnMan. fcfj loan lold .1 1 baai khi Dciia r attoa • the explosion of the British itom bomb al Mot ant U v. 1'. Mr, penini sesbn lay c tferatH %  whiclj Prune Minister Iff. WinChurafalU w4U ..ddress on M %  aid '.'.. oxploaion of our %  tomk 1 amb u ..I:. ,. d.-ui MIL to war. It is good we have this and nnhody thinks we will Ha tola ihe confarance Wi lorn hulld-up of %  • % % %  •• %  is now Within "measurable distance" of t.ting able to prevent ac-ression. For more than three yeors then' has b*en at T*e Hague a burc.u specializing in the study and the design of air ports and the rarl a-pects ccnnectcd therewith During the period of its existence this bur uu has on a l&rge scale suppi-ed and "cxportid" the In/ormaUan II had acquired about air ports b) glvtng advic to interested parties in Geiiii-ioy Syria. Egypt N<-v Guinea, the Netherlands Antillc. Surinam. Soul 1 Hhodesi 1, tho Union of South Africa and tho h*Lfian Ongo. F>irniidahlc Wennoii Mr Eden spoka sftai Defanaa Mlnhtter Earl Alexand %  l>e(encc and Foreign Affairs. Bar! Alexander said that .11 the Minnie bomb tha ,-.-ceased ihe most formidable weapon In lh<* wi.rld. He added, "our salv-l.--n IkM %  ihe West's "potential %  1 Id also POSJX>SS ^he nKmu. bomb in case of war. yi thai tinCOnfUcI "will !*• v.rv dillerent from what you and I havi expe111 the 1 st". Earl Alexander coniimicti "that's all the more reason for us to la k ahead Inl 1 the htture and try to visualise ronflic! we must guai II WVUld be quite wrong to %  >.ir rearmament as if nothing had happened since 1945 able to match th*Russian* 111 term* ol gaaB" now 1 'I alBO doiibl if SM can builu as many air squadrons as they bam and t< tfah laamii H is all the more imporLant that th" v. >jtam powi rs alMuld in -iiintiti daveloo'i HI technical waapons." —I'.p. Kingaton, Jamaica, wllhKl live months Tht compan) h.i in %  ppUeauon 1 Coun ii %  kM wilhm three monlh* i' months later tn> \ L l>egni flying their 44-seat York BMlntrs over a route from London via Gander, Newfoundland and Bermuda to Kingston RM .1 single fare of £125 10s and £209 return In the offneak seasons, return fare will be lowered to IM Mi^ Skyways is the first private 1 mpasg '< %  ippb Eos passenger rights across lh t Atlantic Another Airwnrk, is seeking pelmission to operate freighters l>eIween London and New York and 1 UU) Montreal Private airlines In Britain cur-ently have a number of spt Ucalions before Ihe Council for a tourist fare service to France, East and West Afrlc;; and over, ovti.il internal routes The activity Is the result of the Government's new civil aviation policy of encouraging lh< "unlciMMidenta" so long as they dosit harm already established routes if stati owned i 1.1 p-n ation^ u I I nf Bpalo*! (it., coutic l week Decided 10 1 %  i; vernment ia stoat %  !.; %  1 '"). n> annually. im il were rirmly of Ihe -ftnion tii.it Venezuelans who 1 Mated Trinidad la* noe ewhere |ncludht| HaibapMI ling tins one .-nd %  iiinii iioliiirs outside of C, B. (Max) gO| u> colleagues to motion which calls %  Go/.'rnmeni to lift ihe I t,,\ Impo s ed on Veneuelan visitors m that the SI 500. '00 a year tour t business would Mow hack to this Colony. of ihe Council, led by Councillor George Cabral Ihe Mayor, is Lo call epn trSel ion AH as, Mu sur 01 Latour, Industr) and commerce ] m itin. to BMafjl S vigiroua protest asajaet ihe tax an ( | plead for Its removal. Mi i j wang lold 1 ie 1 mvt, that aaveral merchants had ln|* I'irted foods especially for tnc VOOeSUI ln trade ann lying in baa warehouses Another restriction on trade between Trinidad and Venesuela, Mr. T.-'.n:; .111. u.is, C;ovcrnmentV Lan on the expor* of g\ Vene/uelaii all mill goods were paid foi with hard curren PI 111.14 %  %  VI I 11 TALK Salvage Labour Goes On HARROW. England Ol. 8. A stunned BrtUli increased as wear) rescue and salvage workers continue tl I additional ..:i wreek-v-orcIR J W P HARh* ing members of Ihe Bwhlch opened al Quern On the pUtfonii 1 i.d Mi It I Hell .•*iy Insaeeten lerday in< n M .11 Reed. M Dot kepesaat and Welfare addrea• .f.-mul Piihllc Health Confetenre .1 M Kidn.y. i>i Barks Mr W W Merntl Savage Fig/iling For Korean Hills SEE-SAW r the Korean ww TOKYa Od 0 nt to-da) On White 1 H six miles nurthwest -l Chorw< 1 n ihe west central iumi l .,""'"*' 1 inni.ir. I ChiiH-M nfentrymen Hotmed South K before dawn and drove defendi rs of! Ihe hill, Political Parlies Obev Gen. JMagiiib CAIRO "-' I eornpll d ivttl Mohammed •vBgjutb'i %  Kennan Will Slav In Bonn French Delay Debate For Twelve Days PARIS. Ost, w French politiial leaders divide Mr. Harlon Denies Staking W.L Trade Commissioner Post South Koreans had dug inem-!dUln son Ise and cut Among pertasi sppl re .olntment i Iva in aftei driving ctiinaai %  • ii i i. met i %  etna then* %  sy h i' % %  %  nd Am i i i,i firm 0.1 ID H '.v Ai •' %  M i llghliug Blsi around 111 nti %  it where Comi here Urdej *"* ,!l1 ''' f" 1 poalUonj brant U.N. rrj usae aou hi '"'' %  %  Ll '' M %  "' > TnMH) Commu.In Seoul. Kli-hth Atmv baed< PORl-oK SPAIN. Oct. 9. Mr, A E. V. Barton. BV W. i India Commit! 'i praai ll> I... I,,!.. of the British w. %  t said South Kores .tn thru way to While Hoi i 11.11 III ait ade OTMI of Betf-ona f.* Uw hill, tr^ Utahih uptlon in theii %  The paity |gV ciaeted 04 Bi i mbeV v. within ,i t.' dayi ol OeoeraJ Naaulb'i taking owes th. Premtaranlp Cratn formei Premiei AU Mahei Eacludt. %  ii'in paily iw i > i hip an si nee n lo bi oorirupi or have ne. n und. r Ihe tlighteut i p4< km rhaes In Luds ..n pettuV al prsssel umln irnuj in also wer required to modify their own regulation t gseasral aasembllfs, en_ im*. Hw em i uu.. sonun 'po.ve No mrmfter K permitted lo hold a key eXOCUth • po>l thro. %  <. %  r LL.O. Talks Open Dec. I Al Lima GENKVA. (> I rhe International f.ai>cur Or<< %  % %  <• i ... make full UM of manpower In th. d.vilo, |,a •,: ,.f | 'ill open on 1 In Lama. Peru, il was _.. Mrs today. Delegations fiom the United 1 %  i . M well as So.in. triei will %  nd t consist of thrre main pointi (1) i he • % %  • and vow on man DOWar problems and pn HI l-atin Ameiic.i, fjj Cuirenl needs and suggested action With special reference u, wppl) art lion to cconeiiM*develoj 'Ol %  reductivlty; and <3> A rramms foi future a.-|il'M< melhods aid llfl liriluin DIHS Not Know %  i ... i. ofniiis trained in i 1 %  Hi m* % %  in. man said I PXlati in thx Brltli 'i 7 1 i late P %  %  r %  %  %  —IT What Mr. Motttey Wants To Know Third W orM War Would Finish UA When n, Hou... \ . *'>s'"V. mti ... .lii.. Moitle, (Kj a.-ked Oovjmnv ' AU-unlon Com possible i '"• Coiupfese thai a ih.r emLloyrii'ii! of Tf.nidad artisans" *" IT" would Um h ihi .— of lnf | Ited Mat-„ a 1 if %  Amen < 11 %  i l.i. ii.o lieillly i r Railway people ai Mould be foi towering heap Dsaprts more work by i % %  rriagni ai I %  tercel thl M rallwa) on* lal on % % %  id "thrr.are ^tiii people tiappetl. We don't know how mam I n dive lUmbei of People were known I though no official censu missing is yet ivallabti Among . %  . we) empl initial feveelljstlon ol the nong she 1.200 passen gen aboani BSS tlrewlv underway Inquiry ISegun % %  %  preliminan litejulr) was •cneduleil to start tocnorroe iindau Rssdonal Chief J. W. Watkins and thr formal government investigation will be held on October 15. A oi HI. r inquest vva< BUM) held this morning for u m in the neighbouring town of •' lllilllllK %  •The latest police onsaM pave HS mu, M.I -i,n ijotsinad in hospital and 03 d treatinrnt As works I through the w %  men and ahMBOfl the devastated Ixmdon luhurben • tatiori of Mario,, ,, \\; ... %  „ ailing for news of wive*, hu-bands and children who had failed to opsns home last night Man UmdOu .1. IK. ami lypi fr,iin whlrh bj one express and then by another within secondare missing and Basra Is m. mention of them -. . —IT. p. Reds Planned To Ambush Duchess Holirian Police Xrrest Plotters I .A PA/, llolivl.i, (Jet II. SINGAPOItF. Oel. 0. Troops guarding theDuchOM of Kent on a Royal visit lo Malaya bared an ambush attempt by the Commufust undi A guerrilla %  silt trenches overl.xikini. afv sar-fsta ^"^SSJ ight of A numlK-i ol former ___,„ d ; .villa... *Bn,CL" ,., Mm win, ,,.oli. lion in a plot .„„, „, „„. q .,., '' TiuneM rhe „„ nu.n-ii,, ,„,, Ml! rniNim ment gave no detail.. h er nn lino %  —KH GilbeyS L0ND0NDRYGIN Thi wleda) thai the i The qo' U, Ii og ins Oovi tors responsible for Ihe eroetlOfl Of the new I la re-lays Hank huthiing m ii ir have tl Bggrt l war II i I start ihl I-then last and apaan toU %  I aaanti to 1 has been lad i-i ir tnc snewe r uIIU the GOVI i%  %  ,r 'I a. tl.i i < qualm... operating I U.N. Mu\ \oj QaH Koiru ^ el CHANNEL CROSSED BY SCOOTER ED <. 9 ,ish Channel which ht D In a letter to Superintended Prog In charge e,f the Tel A v.. iMmb investigation. Sikankit 'hing from swimmer oiid it would kidnap him unl's Jlrolanes and rafts to leased Dove Shilanskv. rrsAN, A s.,ulh Kor-^o r: N UOSM pull out of Kc I seen t r>i ci a. %  ii ITALIAN mxMir.F AlciiU do Oaapert (centrs) eiarsaaea lntereot In wmetklag being pointed out for Bin by WHI Oarnaa President Theodor Hsuss llaftl sa ObucsUor Konrsd Adenauer looks on during a rtcepuon glvoa in henoiir of th: ItaUaa Premier la Bono, Oenosny. (INP) negotiated for %  unwise [ Shilinsky was caught carrying water bom c scooter. a time bomb with which he is atFrench steed king George bad for leged to have intended to blow .fcfonner. I departmentwith %  %  < •gotbtlo Gernunrj I i uneventful inp ovei itrctvh from Calais — t'.P. —f P. Internationa/ avourite I;.\RDI\W u snst c?et



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S JL I'.AIIDADOS ADVOCATE FRII1AV. Ill l; 10. Ii2 Qeuub tfatlufy rr*nv I Ambrose Church on dUt Dorothy %  I day Mornimg 1 UMHh !• Mar' 3 %  (nni*.ni4 by Mr. H. H. Will I %  •nd Mr. I E T Hiinckcr Ml P HI %  %  I Ufred Savage and LadSavage will attend Ha* lin.d :i test on October H i rounds. Becklc Wnkliitt; /'*. 11'i.v I'iln\ % ith I .>. \rv dding I \f 'V M \f ,! KZEKICL MASS1AH who Church on Sep--'** *'* I 1 '" heen speTfdJlUJ three B.W.I .A wee hi holiday with his relative ughter n( Mr J>.\ BW.I.A. en \ Be* Carlo them. | V' ..(%  %  | AVC Inihfiniti' Sl„\ „ A MH JWindBJ JV1 -* "he couple ,„ mdHkntte HWIA th* U ,; A Mi Ri Ml iminc ,i hi*' ] | .1* 4 BSD .hel Friday October ID. !>* IH-SI %  Ph. SJUOB/i ..1 Hie U.S. Navy and pi** -laf*!) ,r ou* lo romifil vr lo % %  rbodua | by was stationed in Korea for Ihr*. i %  months. M MasMah was glad to be 4n,k It. th* **. lion i n hn>i *hat your outlook Is. accoroiiig la the star*. y* II iin, % %  I.,U,IM K. JOHN OODDARO. I*-.T*Wutn. P.n wn lHtl-1. .if lh.> % %  O I. '1 Of. 1 Representative if UM %  %  ,, '.i British fiuian i 111 Trinidad bj w I raday. mine to watch the Te^i batwMn Jamaica and Prilish Guiana. Iltick To School ISS URSULA JOSEPH had been spending one M ittoa JM ThRev Winter Hao R* ^J£*J22J1L "HE re all officials at I .ire appointed %  .!-. %  port, but H %  %  i v i ? non Shnrt V1$U fON F t rfUTSOW H i.< '• %  no returned home froi; %  I'd he Joan H r M" it' tilth Rvuton* M R AM) MRS FBBD BBTHBL patent*. Sh I ft girl. B.WJ \ from th* U.S.A. it w*< alUafatli I returned to Antmo" yesterday by B.W.I.A. Umla onvanl Bcfttoo) to nttfoa lUyipy lhrtlt.lti\ AND MRS M I. 11AIM', SON i*f %  Seafccup* 1 Pn shall*, held J piaTty at Ilk den** laat night in honour \ I Tlieir duughter Joan who celebrn'wcmiuii Urtl who had been ii Journalism In Canada c m %  spend iici v m ition wrltti h %  1 aw back with the family and n quite Club. ,-. ,i with Ihr chan*e tha' Conrrutululiwi> lave taken plaee during \v DAY a newspaperman at i. bratek the twtnty-flfth annlla ^OL. ANn MRS nw.t; ..r ih< fortune of Mr. I. C \^ U.K. arrived from Dominie.-' EdlbM ..f iKi Weal h| P..W.I.A. on Tuewlav for I diun (,i.n.id;i h M s "1 th.taff M the Marine Hot. I % %  pap. i after oat) i _, _, month with Thomson Hankey ATkrrr H.rAIl* "r !" 5 iU L '* -? \ f ILf AND MRS LOUIS MA'' """t'^rSE S5S C.oooT^hreV'we,^' Board L 8*7 H#ta Lnd ,s J 1 * ** here ooee anl Committee of th. Cnhbean Jvahie trc** Aw-" lltanmm i arabful to those who made the f*//l" ""''". .Uncv'thr uc.*s it was MRS KVA RAWLB, wuiow of /( p the lion Ceo) Hawle. AtH erts** forty lorney General of the Leeward T^" 6 MAVFAIR BRIDGE Dislrit %  ARIB8 y 0 „ Anans are advised to start this daj jl.Maprh 81—April aVln an agreeable, co-operativ, never mind how ihr oth.-i f. Unu act! Harmony, in.portent now TAT/EUa Many ways to Increase your advantages April Tl to May to Know what you are about, have faith In yourself, and plnn well before nrttng * Sug^eil you wail ,i while la see how the wind of posalbilitie* blows: then aet sanely ;md promptly Tad and more taei needed. * Point directly lor the better things on your day's plans. Be in tune with those with whom you work, and th*y will in turn be agreeable with you. * LEO You've more favourable aSP*c< July 24—Aag. 99 lhan moM other Zodlund native 1 .: DM* sp*ll success in properly cxreuh-d pl;iiiMake the U-st of every opportunity * A day that can be just what you keenMay 21 June 21 0AK0M JIUM tt—Jnly 28 M .-—. jrfc %  — ii-Mil l T.# r..rrf.-a— ajt .*~m I.I, 1 l"'"'i MA** IAM | i ./\. .% ,,., it at 1 10*111 PB IAI • 1 %  %  PL4/4 llll 1IKIS UltnKsCfOWM — < II I..,!. s i-suth i m %  as p A i sail %  BMiS ff %Mlli. I I i rat MAS I ifc-ll o.l I.I \t* I.K W.I • on III ., i ,| „ ( PLATNI ROMIM D M M \ U r. \i:it \t:i t.s (Hal %  !••' •Ai lasiai.i S 4*>lllni II..I, Ihl t.. LEWIS THAT S MY BOY RANGE JUSTICE 1 \AKI> a WESTWARD BOUND V1RQO tUSTLN 'in. I MMi M*A\ A TOMORROW ISI % %  • %  mm** Bis Ariion i PrhrU Di.a | INSIDE THE WALLS or F0LSOM PRISON l Strw W*U\(* I (UTIKAN 1*1 laaaia !*>•> ItlllKOI l,lllll|iI > \l A TRAIL •! ROR1N MM lli.v IHMiERrt IOQIM i evening and the unren* Mi Bi'ilu'l went up in tha from relatives am 4 her health. numi 11 la Dominie* on *• CLUB held n House party Colnniuir diet %  '"' lesidenuof Dr. jnd Mrs. two and %  hall rnonlhin II,.i A W. leDtt, %  Wo.xiside". Bay Ofl Monday last. Tne I'M i.i-.lth ND*P*rty was w-tl attended and nd during her stay i> enjoyable morning's titer'i.iv and quite .in anloyabl* tin* "irmcnt. Londoner's .Diary n iii..ii'.l.i W .-ddm There will be a Westminster Lord Cowdrayi rookra Mi i J*ry1Gurdon, who hi ""V paa1 playtrag flano"C*rtalnlv not." was Iha ana.-x.nth-Hytand. 2S. wr. 0| up th* kit. i have ohoser. SI M.rBd %  %  %  Utd) i,r. ..kf.. .ml iixed the dale for U>. born John Hull i -th-Rvlnnd farms at _. .. „ %  iurdon lives Bl CotSWOM rn ,,n,,i, .' JJ Park, la OlouL-iaialUra Hat 0}???! V; ." %  fathvr, Mi Robtrl Owthm, was killed in .-IK I*4i Dtpajl .nieni *| Tnurisl AI irarl ion %  dent director Ii Airli i ol Un \ i .... report*! ent Jtfl rsfl IHI Brttl h Bouth Ahfli in n met • In* Co npani He looki a ruddj •Ptek givaa faced John Bull bui ha w*i %  <'KpM>eiucB bOTB mi Aimiieiii. I.e. .tin. 1.—Ai my hotel Jt Sou thumpnatt'ralhwd FtntKii lubjacl 4t ton. bu '• d*J -nd nielli with .-ears ago the yaw of his marguest* arrivi kapartlng rl*f*. Ih*) i II th* A •bl LandjQD Sr Kills is staving England, I a*k*d mr i il Ih* Bath Club occupyau lh* '"*— ..no —TTr win n he was secret..i of itu,,..,,, Ilvi Club Thi %  M 2.—AI • i ., ihousc I •*k*d lha raataurant Emctln| A Treasure it was too late lor Scotland ha. ttaa Bd w Paatlval i" thnnk foi loalni me Vein i rtraU a Count ifaeh Lord Rial' %  us sold for C 74,000 to Ml* aunt New York Lord Kin., I m N*w /. i -..i.i Lor* BroM, f.ilhei MH b*C laM )d -" OIM T.cn th t i.iiiu when Ihe plcixiiiiit'.t in Edlnburgt. %  .it'-, festival. The VeL.quu i ah iad n hrt itroomhnll i i Dunmonth, I as *t< S r Ellis, Od %  %  nt on i' inor* oT the family t ...IILISTENING HOURS pm BAG To JMu> Beoivifa Of I :;T r.i.iinKiiiini By i.liiK(.r. CAMPBT iVKusi%  to tne British Bn c< .!...( Do HUh Man* lb Produce "The Ten Oommamlmenta M HOtXTWOOD, OH | r,i profrojnanaa, Cecil R DeMllkt, past rnaaaai next month, giving the "' eoloaaul Him spactacll plani harksround to U* C*roriatioii lo produce "The Ten CoinmandvUIprasani aound nent in Eaypl bui it will be a P/l >tnatnst*t' Abiwy. different treatment ..f higllenl Ih* Royal n -idances and Ihe movie of the same name. Royal household. Previou.i>roarkaSt* of ihe '"his will be DeMllle's in pro md Prince Philip will be Auction outside tinDhllatl State linked to (orn %  phy, ^-ept for his film Four FrightonII l^-ople" which went on locabe lion in the Hawaiian Islands for Hi. m April %  veral weeks in M'M Ha abM D ol sent a camera erew to Nortct 111 Irevived with the Africa for de-en bMkgroundj lor broadcasting of recordings mude Sinn son and Ihlllah" i o-stomng lhan. BOOK <>f Iboaa proajraaaw H< i unan ai Vici Mat lanai il born*. %  ; is— II i n. Ttif Nw. I : rrwrr 4 13 p m rhaituKim. II In All m.reUon. S M p m Th Rwpofi ti" ..|,Una .1 m. .. M. ..,,. %  manaasM s u i> !" Damr I M p m C in Si-.itH...,.ul l|. mnii PH.I IVI |i m Thr Mrt I N pm unu Mill U) I' II W.-.I III.II.III I)L.... 7 S i> n "rlronir l„ llrlUlit lit n IH IUd Nrv>t(tl I JU |i in Chopin B 4.\ p(I aroru Afino. i p in an r..... liFilir-tia 10 00 pin Thr Noli m From Ihr Edllonal. I" ll.n.kl Snuil. IS SO ,. II i: i I I. in* I... CBO^td Jill v— • \ Y %  1 p -. %  "1 1 1 ;i 1 r 1^ r* 411 ["I Sept. 24—Ort 23 •O0BM0 while on the how and wherefore of thingCome now. Virgo, cciceir.r.ilt' * Start dav attending to leftovers lo ease M.-hcdule; then Ihe important matters of i.idav Friie*t efforti can brliai daaervad gain*. Mavbe agreeably surprised al some results turning up unevnoc-tedly fa Oct. 24— *T*v. S3 day" Those in distant places may comn i'i-i %  Kms rats ast vou gev BHHI> .a. s to -•• sun t*ia (ii nisR* cruet i4 IUI II to proOucs Dad tin. i6> aSd in ui cflcsat ossra. S. Ita a n-naation t ,i, "I '2."'.'' :'"*.* %  • %  •. mucti ts recordad. HO 'i"i"""<> usril b aotora. (ft (torai iiu—l > tat ^-*r %  aport* ground. .(5> la Tna* this put. rou on ihe use*. i3> Itppu'ro tu pras*rvr iJotstai. i4 17. T*l Hi 11* tops iJl j %  ....,,... ...... Iliiiinoiitl IKiutt*. LOI'M L. liAiIM ih i.ii. II i Lane ii -—UP. HOOD Al. II A I Rl S I:MI M r....t.. THE LADY POSSESSED IHE FIGHTING REDHEAD THE GREAT AIR MYSTERY THE STRANGE MRS CRANt N !" Ml |.,Nli|| ill %  HI Hun INDI and srru.1 ''VAMM.HII IHI HA.MD MABVBI N|.M'"" V I*N rikaa "Kl l"\ -..s,. ii( v i v in \ .s i HI oni %  lurt i MEET DANNY WILSON %  ma Air. NH.II ... II %  Banal MKQ Ol Till GLOBE | tiiovt* i on \i i.ie. %  ..•• a> *.3* p.. Only ihoor who lu 1 c arm this Flln iibrilliance will remember IT CAST-ON THaracnaaN IN'aLLJTS'OtuORYl .H-, K I...-,.. laAas, ^ .. %  Hi i I H I I ..o..., xmm. PRICES 24, t'trrle 48, Hoaae K0. Bal. SI.M. Bea Sl.M 5 p.m. show in < Irelr House A Balron< It any Section Kid* %  Prtr 1.30 p.m. Mi. VLJEAHtNGS For a radiant thine 1*. were 57 eta. I ru llnK S.'vlMl wtre S12.15. LADIES I.IMS KERCHIEFS—Whii.-, I'l.i.i Pdatad-lli WES raai SILK nowsMD liEAiJsc-AiJvKs. ; I.A1HKS II I IV lASIIIOMI) N\l.i\ H0SESl.su Vm'iiil' S--BEST EOKM"-SI.00 er, SS.00-Sizr, .111 ni.d 32 Onl> Charini Old Slock LEATH ER HANDBAGS Sn.nii 1'I.XSTir -in \. BMpnwat! I'KI.NTKli CREPES SI'UNS. Kir M cU T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) Mill! sum STORE PHONE: 2U The I/IIII/I'/V .... >* ii.lrnlng. * Be especially careful dealing with strangers, giving out information. Your rivals may be up to something, be on guard. * Take the right palh; remember, honesty should never be compromised. Your day will be rated according to your thinking. Watch what you ay, do at * Bv lieing magnanimous in act and spirit, vou have a fine chance of collecting unusual credits, having new successes. There are hidden o-.ssiWlll.es. find them now! * If you plan ahead and follow on schedule riBOES with alacrllv. vou can ei>€H?t good returns. Teb. 21--March to Romance. person;il affairs rate high today. YOU BORN TODAY: Libra is especially suited to positions if euthorltv, trust, intelligent ic-sonimYou arc not naturally &f dnminetrlng or imbued with your own powers, but sometimes IT* very definite. Curb desire to gamble, take undue etUanCai Many notable actors, actresses In this Sign. Libra harmonize* %  c\\ with Sagittarius, Aries. Gemini. Scorpio. Ulrthdale of Oiuripc Verdi, great citiposer. Helen Hnyes. actress -* AOITTABnJS 1.0T 2S-D. K rAIOON *qDAItIU8 j.n a—Ttt. a LETS CO TO THE ... PI 1/1 llll 1 IKI S HAIR RAISING . HOWL RAISING . II I I. I II I I Y I HAKIIAKI 118 IM.Ilii.l HAS \ .111.1 > %  ?•) -s V--.. I^'^iw'' MaitinW HALWAUI5'-r • *WVV thr soi. • !-->h a Mingt* ma|&ong .^n in >vn loatboll and •hs %  .'-(!' %  t Im.i. 1 MAN Mela l I'oli.h OPEN TO-DAY AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY. ^• % % % %  • % % % % % % % % % % %  ss.:;::---,:::;::::::;::;:;:;:-. ,• I I


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, October 10, 1952
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
TtSIWOAY S >THR REPORT
i"p*r*luiF M %
mswatur* T1 S T
i par h..r
/AMA
FROM
DEMANDS $56m.
U.K. BY TUESDAY
Dr. Mossadegh May End
Diplomatic Relations
TEHERAN. Oct. 9.
PREMIER MOHAMMED MOSSADEGH hu decided
to break diplomatic relations with Britain unless
is begun by iSii i reJUes which Iran cla
due ti> her, accordnn to high cfals
t'llim Ml Onttrtfr*'
Ml
World lair
To Be Ht>hl In
Gothenburg
C.OTIIENI. l((i
The Swedish Indu^i
the traditional Goihcnbuit
event held ..vTj year since 1918.
will .18 from |3
special nulumii event
national participation ll.'h, 10
h.i8 Fair has been of it purely
attorn : el arael 1 PI
present being worked 1 .
11m large-*.- ,1,. international fall
In Sweden's sevo id blgl
also Ihe countiy' (, ,
the WKt" It ,11 .
Industrial ,, ,
."] an exhibition > buildings. Tiv opt ning 1 ale '
been set at Stpti
fair js scheduled tor |
.1 1 M
.
1 Ins the proviso thai Britain must
0,004 to It." I Tu- -
Hntish sourcei
fa as "pr?-
Moasadegh had
learned of the unfavourable Hru-
ro*igh th.'
': I1
snorts,
Will (east- Mickerhm
Long Arm Of
The Law
This h the story of fir
Olasgow Police rorr.-. which
hr the uansisa Job of con
trol'ini the Criminal In a
a.v winch has earned noton
cty well as food renown.
It 1. a story which is also a
tribute to the tail, quiet men
who take thru lives In their
hand* in rooting out the Enr
tales of Society
Don't miss it In the cvr,
NINO ADVOCATE.
Trinidad
May Lifl
Tourist Tax

Plans For Netv
Air Service
To Kingston
recall Ihe
1 1 in Lon-
don, Mohammed Davalkw H<
aid tin- puld ba to
B Fmbasay In
i, ......
ba ' of negom.
n th< British, wvmini
- la Irnn of 3137 200,000 in oil
run. Tin m|t> ,.: 1^ ,. . Angl..-
i Fair rallied 800 exhibitors. Iranian Oil Company since IMS
niiiiiU.-
Dr Mossadegh was laid to have 'Wils/lu'\\'~i''"'-,
Thr ll.il.vh f,e. ,. i
he British A Government official Un. ,',','n, S^J^/^if.. .

for ifw llrst I.....
Danish and Norwegian I
took part, and was vlsiii
IiHi.000 persons
STOCKHOLM
A Swedish archaeological ex-
pedition, the am of iu k
Syria, will ahorUj : I 1 t
country, report-. Dr Alfred ||*lu t
Assistant Professor ot A
at Upsala University. During their
three-month itap
experts will study ancient Arvad
lii Ihe North-s.-. 1 ,
also Quadash. where R
defeated In- 11 v.;
1288 lie The
further make lopogaphieal m-
ii' whii h .111.1
tin wi new tight on S-
tor leal geography.
The $50,000,000 Instalment
I Tuesday
roncurrent with the despatch of
Ion to Iran to ne-

The umainder would be paid in
instalments. Dr. Mossadegh is con-
d today His aides said
1 ( a .- not feclinv well after ruf-
f-Tins a sliLht haemorrhage yes-
' 1
I'.P.
IK. Atom llomb
Will Help To
Prevent War
The new Swedish method of
storing oil direct in rock
do system, has attracted
K?at intrretl In many countries;
ur represent-tiv< ot I
trd Oil Company, New J'.rsey.
have recently visited Stockholm
to disco, baa
planned storage of lO.OOO.ont
barr-ls annually Tare
mpenies, Texas Oil
QulfolL are said to be inter.
mi the method, are also Up
Krupp Works in Western Germany
and Japai ,.. 1
method
of storing I 1 with ihe
subsoil pr Mitre c) ground watei
acting ..s ; caulking medium. Ii
is eaumati ... log of as
much is two-thirds cf tl
storing i 1 nu'iliitus
will result from the idi
the v Bj rtam,
THE HAOVI
A Cocnbin o) is I
oafved frcn Canii
Qeaapan) the supply
cf a dredj
than 7.5 1: I
U.S. dollars), Thia
BB-eallad 1 dredger
with turi- -
eapacMy <>i upwardi ol tOOO h p.
It is intended fi r daepanlng the
Sue7 ("and and is the largeal
.iiMi-i in da) : hitherto built in
Europe The Su i (anal Ccmp y
lecantly afak rod
( otnbin* six tugs of a rpi
and a self-propel led floatl
SCAHIIOROUGII. England.
Oct. 9
Bnllsh Foreign SecnMan. fcfj
loan lold .1 1 baai khi
Dciiarattoa
the explosion of the
British itom bomb al Mot
ant U v. 1'. Mr,
penini ses-
bn lay c tferatH
whiclj Prune Minister Iff. Win-
ChurafalU w4U ..ddress on
m aid '.'.. oxploaion of our
tomk 1 amb u ..I:. ,. d.-ui mil
to war. It is good we have this
and nnhody thinks we will
Ha tola ihe confarance
Wi lorn hulld-up of
' ! is now Within "measur-
able distance" of t.ting able to
prevent ac-ression.
For more than three yeors then'
has b*en at T*e Hague a burc.u
specializing in the study and the
design of air ports and the
rarl a-pects ccnnectcd there-
with During the period of its
existence this bur uu has on a
l&rge scale suppi-ed and "cx-
portid" the In/ormaUan II had
acquired about air ports b) glvtng
advic to interested parties in
Geiiii-ioy Syria. Egypt N<-v
Guinea, the Netherlands Antillc.
Surinam. Soul 1 Hhodesi 1, tho
Union of South Africa and tho
h*Lfian Ongo.
F>irniidahlc Wennoii
Mr Eden spoka sftai Defanaa
Mlnhtter Earl Alexand
l>e(encc and Foreign
Affairs. Bar! Alexander said that
.11 the Minnie bomb tha
,-.-ceased ihe most for-
midable weapon In lh<* wi.rld.
He added, "our salv-l.--n IkM

ihe West's "potential 1
Id also posjx>ss ^he nKmu.
bomb in case of war. yi thai tin-
COnfUcI "will !* v.rv dillerent
from what you and I havi expe-
111 the 1 st".
Earl Alexander coniimicti
"that's all the more reason for us
to la k ahead Inl 1 the htture and
try to visualise
ronflic! we must guai
II WVUld be quite wrong to
>.ir rearmament as if
nothing had happened since 1945
able to match
th*- Russian* 111 term* ol gaaB"
now 1
'I alBO doiibl if SM can builu
as many air squadrons as they
bam and t< tfah laamii H is all
the more imporLant that th"
v. >jtam powi rs alMuld
in -iiintiti daveloo-
'i hi technical waapons."
I'.p.
Kingaton, Jamaica, wllh-
Kl live months Tht com-
pan) h.i in ppUeauon
1 Coun ii

kM wilhm three monlh*
i' months later tn> \ L
l>egni flying their 44-seat York
BMlntrs over a route from Lon-
don via Gander, Newfoundland
and Bermuda to Kingston rm .1
single fare of 125 10s and
209 return In the offneak seas-
ons, return fare will be lowered
to IM Mi^
Skyways is the first private
1 mpasg '< ippb Eos passenger
rights across lht Atlantic Another
Airwnrk, is seeking pel-
mission to operate freighters l>e-
Iween London and New York and
1 UU) Montreal
Private airlines In Britain cur-
-ently have a number of spt Uca-
lions before Ihe Council for a
tourist fare service to France,
East and West Afrlc;; and over,
ovti.il internal routes
The activity Is the result of the
Government's new civil aviation
policy of encouraging lh< "unlc-
iMMidenta" so long as they dosit
harm already established routes
if stati owned i 1.1 p-n ation^
u I
I nf Bpalo*! (it., coutic l
week Decided 10 1
i; vernment ia stoat
-'.!.;
1'"). n> annually.
im il were rirmly of Ihe
-ftnion tii.it Venezuelans who
1 Mated Trinidad la*
noe
ewhere |ncludht| Haiba-
pMI ling tins one .-nd
iiinii iioliiirs outside of
..... .
C, B. (Max)
gO| u> colleagues to
motion which calls
Go/.'rnmeni to lift ihe
I t,,\ Imposed on Vene-
uelan visitors m that the SI 500.
'00 a year tour t business would
Mow hack to this Colony.
of ihe Council,
led by Councillor George Cabral
Ihe Mayor, is Lo call epn trSel
ion ah as, Mu sur 01
Latour, Industr) and commerce ]
m it- in. to BMafjl
S vigiroua protest asajaet ihe
tax an(| plead for Its removal.
Mi i j wang lold 1 ie 1......mvt,
that aaveral merchants had ln|- *
I'irted foods especially for tnc
VOOeSUI ln trade ann
lying in baa warehouses Another
restriction on trade between
Trinidad and Venesuela, Mr.
T.-'.n:; .111. u.is, C;ovcrnmentV
Lan on the expor* of g chased hcic \>\ Vene/uelaii
all mill goods were
paid foi with hard curren
PI 111.14 * VI I 11 TALK
Salvage
Labour
Goes On
HARROW. England Ol. 8.
A stunned BrtUli
increased
as wear) rescue and salvage
workers continue tl I
additional
..:i wreek-v-orc-
IR J W P HARh*
ing members of Ihe B-
whlch opened al Quern
On the pUtfonii 1
i.d Mi It I Hell
.*iy Insaeeten
lerday in< n
M .11 Reed. M
Dot kepesaat and Welfare addrea-
.f.-mul Piihllc Health Confetenre
.1 m Kidn.y. i>i Barks
. Mr W W Merntl
Savage Fig/iling
For Korean Hills
SEE-SAW r
the Korean ww
TOKYa Od 0
nt to-da) On White 1 H
six miles nurthwest -l Chorw< 1 n ihe west central iumi l.,""'"*'1
inni.ir. I ChiiH-M nfentrymen Hotmed South K
before dawn and drove defendi rs of! Ihe hill,
Political
Parlies Obev
Gen. JMagiiib
CAIRO "-' I
eornpll d ivttl
Mohammed vBgjutb'i

Kennan Will
Slav In Bonn
French Delay
Debate For
Twelve Days
PARIS. Ost, w
French politiial leaders divide
Mr. Harlon Denies
Staking W.L Trade
Commissioner Post
South Koreans had dug inem-!dUln son Ise and cut
Among pertasi sppl
re . BONN. Oct 9.
It was. learned that the U.S.
Ambassador to Russia George F.
Kiniiaii declared persona noti
praria by Ihe Krei vim will remain
11 B 1 n as adviser OH Soviet
Affairs probably until after the
United States presidential
augurati<.n next January 20.
Kertnans family will arrli
Bonn this aflornoon. Kennan baa schedul-d a Foreign Policy deba
bean glvan in onVe and secretarial I in Ihe meeting Monday but
lafT in Ihe Unitvl States E'.ibassy As.-embly Itself ralset d
building where he Hb/j Com-1de. im. n and sent the agenda hack
mi*sioner and An bassado Walter, to the CoVdaranci (or
Demelly Is leaned. is'deraUon.
Pnlk^'ai'Tea^i^v* an^'p,^ *'/ **& '""; '" ,hi' c"~"r^ Ar"'v ''* had changed hi
-if ...s- Caribbean business ci II
Dcntly mentioned in press artillery ai
I tho bk-1- We Indi n ntes ..
Comml 1 1
Wlthe.ut giving auy indication '!
if obered. Ba.ton asset.., | (o(i;' ""' *-'" *S M
rolf am Convinced that wb. ," .\ :'
m. -f to.- Nath.rn.li
1 .oi. thoreisabunda.it vSS#,K J*. ,** oUou of tl I
work (01 .in Inrlependaiii bod / "*"" Shsrik*i Doughien
ban the West imi.., Oommlttea to '" ,: ",,,to<"-
do work or the Und which no '' "1vr "'"
Trade (.'" I aftet five hou
The Oamnviuoi bad foughl two 11
boofaag thai a full West Indian '*"' Wi,v "" M"" n M"
Trade I ml Uw
'siabiisheel ie Lo'i.ioi l^"r''-"1 Comnuuadkn
-------------------------- thought aboul
now ..n ihe mu 1 p
bly unlit after the United States
el'ctlon campaign winds up.
The strong line taken by Pie-
mier Antofne Pinay eailici tins
week in statements on the Saar
and the North African Protector-
atd'f problem* apparontlv lre
rrult as the debate scheduled lor
tomorrow and Tuesday was can-
celled.
The Conference of presidenis"
nts of thf National
Aaasrohl} Pnrttan sntery groui.
, tl.. A M-mMv
it-.If voted to discuss
.- ti- problem* in ihe
'his aftrrnoon and all day
tomorrow before adjourning itttll
October 21. The Presidents
reeon-
U.P.
v.r
Chinese Nationalists
Will Stage Rally
-..,_ TAIPKll. FORMOSA. Ool. 9
ONh hundrcil thousand Chinese Nationalist i-ucrilla-
and sympathisers will itage j rally three miles from th.
i MMK mainland on Nationalist held Quemv laland
row, Nationalist sources su id here t-.luv It will h,
' a nationalist 'Double Tenth National Day" 41m
anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China bv
leD Sun Yat Sen.
Oarnni Pro/its
Reach C349.677
m the EnHaa
ll'H.vmciBl couU.
| Nationalist plane, will ai,
("bomb" the mainland with lealM
carr/lng another call rratD ( hill
K.it Slick. Nationalist trader l.i
' aaln.t the fHlneH
National!.,!
OFFICIALS SHOW sii.iiis 'JO ITALIAN I'll! viiiu
.rr. O.r DM .. ".eaaae-H
LONDON. Oct. 9.
tTusss u, i'ssifr^l^ss^u um"""
Despite this Ihe dividend is I .n 'r,,* ..
maintaine.1 at 8J jt-r cent for the' ... ,f "V? u"nversary
ri| JUIW N This is the *'' I *-ith Ihe blg-
*un\v as In the previous tiv.- vear- !". military review ever held on
------------------------------------------------.------------------ hli Nationalist island itrongho) I
' In a broadcast lo the QlhMM
nation tonight, Chiang Kai Shek
j hlna's Conimurirt I.-...
rs of selling out their country 01
a plan that required China t^
pass through a "Democratic DL--
atonhtp b-"'irr. emergence as on
tegrsl part of the Soviet Em-
t'.P.
'Dagger Carriers*
Issue L'llimalifm
JfflRUSALF-M. Oct .
Ths revived Itkertk
atlon today thr
ne of the Big Five" of Israel
police unless he released the man
n 'the Foreign Mo
of th<
Pi.
"I III
Pl>olntment
i Iva in aftei driving ctiinaai
ii i i. met i

etna then*
sy h i' -
nd Am i i i,i firm 0.1
ID H '.v Ai ' M
. i
llghliug Blsi
around 111
nti it where Comi
here Urdej *"*,!l1''' f"1 poalUonj brant U.N.
rrj usae aou hi '"'' Ll'' M ,"' >
TnMH) Commu.- In Seoul. Kli-hth Atmv baed<
PORl-oK SPAIN. Oct. 9.
Mr, A E. V. Barton. BV
W. i India Commit!
'i praai
ll> I...I,,!..
of the British w. t
said South Kores
.tn thru way to While Hoi i
11.11 III ait
ade otmi of Betf-ona f.* Uw hill, tr^ Utahih
uptlon in theii
The paity |gV ciaeted 04
Bi i mbeV v. within ,i t.' dayi
ol OeoeraJ Naaulb'i taking owes
th. Premtaranlp Cratn formei
Premiei au Mahei Eacludt.
ii'in paily iw i > i hip an si
' nee n lo bi oorirupi or
have ne. n und. r Ihe tlighteut
i p4< km rhaes In Luds ..n pettuV
al prsssel umln
irnuj in
also wer required to
modify their own regulation t
gseasral aasembllfs, en_
im*. Hw em i uu.. sonun
'po.ve No mrmfter K permitted
lo hold a key eXOCUth po>l
thro. <.
r
,
LL.O. Talks Open
Dec. I Al Lima
GENKVA. (> I
rhe International f.ai>cur Or-
<<< i ...
make full UM of manpower In th.
d.vilo, |,a ,: ,.f |
'ill open on
1 In Lama. Peru, il was _..
Mrs today.
Delegations fiom the United
1 .. i .
M well as So.in.
triei will
. nd t consist of thrre
main pointi (1) i he
and vow on man
DOWar problems and pn
hi l-atin Ameiic.i, fjj Cuirenl
needs and suggested action With
special reference u,
wppl) art
lion to cconeiiM*- develoj
. 'Ol ,
reductivlty; and <3> a
rramms foi future a.--
|il'M<
melhods aid llfl
liriluin Dihs
Not Know
i
. ... i. .
ofniiis trained in i1 Hi
m* 'in.
' man said
I
PXlati in thx Brltli 'i 7
1
i .
late P

r

IT
What Mr. Motttey
Wants To Know
Third W orM War
Would Finish UA
When n, Hou- ... \ *'>s'"V.
mti ... .lii..
Moitle, (Kj a.-ked Oovjmnv AU-unlon Com
possible i '" Coiupfese thai a ih.r
emLloyrii'ii! of Tf.nidad artisans" *" IT" would Um h ihi
-------. of lnf. | Ited Mat-- a
1 if Amen
< 11
i l.i. ii.o .
lieillly
i r
Railway
people ai
Mould be foi
towering heap
Dsaprts more
work by i

rriagni ai I
'
tercel thl
M rallwa) on* lal on
id "thrr.- are ^tiii
people tiappetl. We don't know
how mam I n dive
lUmbei of People were known
I
though no official censu
missing is yet ivallabti Among
. . .
we) empl
initial feveelljstlon ol the
nong she 1.200 passen
gen aboani BSS "
tlrewlv underway
Inquiry ISegun

preliminan litejulr) was cneduleil
to start tocnorroe iindau Rssdonal
Chief J. W. Watkins and thr
formal government investigation
will be held on October 15. A
oi hi. r inquest vva< BUM) held
this morning for u m
in the neighbouring town of
'
lllilllllK
The latest police onsaM
pave hs mu,m.i -i,n ijotsinad in
hospital and 03 d
treatinrnt As works I
through the w -
men and ahMBOfl
the devastated Ixmdon luhurben
tatiori of Mario,, ,, \\;...
ailing for news of wive*, hu--
bands and children who had failed
to opsns home last night Man
UmdOu .1. ik. ami lypi
fr,iin whlrh
bj one express and then by an-
other within second- are missing
and Basra Is m. mention of them
-. .
IT. p.
Reds Planned To
Ambush Duchess
Holirian Police
Xrrest Plotters
I .A PA/, llolivl.i, (Jet II.
SINGAPOItF. Oel. 0.
Troops guarding the- DuchOM
of Kent on a Royal visit lo
Malaya bared an ambush attempt
by the Commufust undi
A guerrilla
silt trenches overl.xikini.
afv.....sar-fsta ^"^ssj
ight of A numlK-i ol former ___, d ,
; .villa... *Bn,CL" ,.,
Mm win, ,,.oli......lion in a plot ., , . q .,., .
'' ......TiuneM rhe nu.n-ii,, ,,,...... Ml!.
rniNim ment gave no detail.. her nn lino
KH
GilbeyS
L0ND0NDRYGIN
Thi
wleda)
thai the i
The qo'
U, Ii
og ins Oovi
tors responsible for Ihe eroetlOfl
Of the new I la re-lays Hank huthi-
ing m ii
ir have
tl
Bggrt
l war II i
I
start
ihl I-- then last and ap-
aan toU

I aaanti to
1
has been
lad
i-i ir tnc snewer u-
IIU the GOVI i-

,r 'I
a. tl.i i <
qualm...
operating I
U.N. Mu\ \oj QaH
Koiru ^ el
CHANNEL CROSSED
BY SCOOTER
ED <. 9
, ,ish Channel which ht
D
In a letter to Superintended
Prog In charge e,f the Tel A v..
iMmb investigation. Sikankit 'hing from swimmer
oiid it would kidnap him unl's Jlrolanes and rafts to
leased Dove Shilanskv.
rrsAN,
A s.,ulh Kor-^o r:
-
N UOSM
pull out of Kc i
seen t
r>i ci a.

ii
ITALIAN mxMir.F AlciiU do Oaapert (centrs) eiarsaaea lntereot In wmetklag being pointed out for
Bin by WhI Oarnaa President Theodor Hsuss llaftl sa ObucsUor Konrsd Adenauer looks on during a
rtcepuon glvoa in henoiir of th: ItaUaa Premier la Bono, Oenosny. (INP)
negotiated for unwise
[ Shilinsky was caught carrying water bomc scooter.
a time bomb with which he is at- French steed king George bad for
leged to have intended to blow .fcfonner. I
department-
with
<

gotbtlo
Gernunrj I i
'
uneventful inp ovei
itrctvh from Calais t'.P. f P.
Internationa/
avourite
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I'.AIIDADOS ADVOCATE
FRII1AV. ......Ill l; 10. Ii2
Qeuub tfatlufy
rr*nv
I Ambrose Church on
dUt Dorothy

I
day Mornimg
1
UMHh ! Mar'
3

(nni*.ni4 by Mr.
H. H. Will I-

nd Mr.
I E T Hiinckcr Ml P HI
'
I
Ufred Savage and Lad-
Savage will attend Ha* lin.d
:i test on October H i
rounds. Becklc
Wnkliitt; /'*. 11'i.v I'iln\ % ith I .>. \rv
dding I \f 'V M \f,! KZEKICL MASS1AH who
Church on Sep--'** *'* I1'" heen speTfdJlUJ three
B.W.I .A weehi' holiday with his relative
ughter n( Mr J>.\ BW.I.A. en
\ .
Be*
Carlo
them.
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Inihfiniti' Sl\
A mh JWindBJ JV1
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Friday October ID. !>*

Ih-sI

Ph.
SJUOB/i
.......1 Hie U.S. Navy and pi** -laf*!)
,r" ou* lo romifil vr lo rbodua |
by was stationed in Korea for Ihr*.
i - months.
M MasMah was glad to be
4n,k It. th* **. lion in hn>i
*hat your outlook Is. accoroiiig la the star*.
y* ii iin, i.,u,i-
MK. JOHN OODDARO. I*-.- T*-
Wutn. P.nwnlHtl-1. .if lh.> O
I. '1 Of.
1
Representative if UM

,, '.i British fiuian i
111 Trinidad bj w I *
raday.
mine to watch the Te^i
batwMn Jamaica and
Prilish Guiana.
Iltick To School
ISS URSULA JOSEPH *
had been spending one
m ittoa from Dominica
\i.*itiil Camilla \n RE\ A B W1NTJU
of Fontobellc who have bee*
i iuiada and ihe U.S. to-
the past thu-c months, arrived u
Barbados by the Lad, N.-Imb '"> _
JM
Th- Rev Winter Hao
R* ^J*J22J1L "HE
. re all officials at I
.ire appointed
* .!-. port, but H

i v i ? non
Shnrt V1$U
fON F t rfUTSOW H i.<
'
no returned home froi;
I'd he
Joan
Hr
M"
it' tilth Rvuton*
MR AM) MRS FBBD BBTHBL patent*. Sh
I ft girl.
B.WJ \ from th* U.S.A. it w*< alUafatli
I returned to Antmo"
yesterday by B.W.I.A. Umla
onvanl Bcfttoo) to
nttfoa
lUyipy lhrtlt.lti\
AND MRS M I. 11AIM',
SON i*f 'Seafccup*1 Pn
shall*, held j piaTty at Ilk
den** laat night in honour \ I
Tlieir duughter Joan who celebrn'-
wcmiuii Urtl
who had been ii
Journalism In Canada c m
spend iici v m ition wrltti h

1 aw back with the family and n quite
Club. ,-. ,i with Ihr chan*e tha'
Conrrutululiwi> lave taken plaee during \v
DAY a newspaperman at i. -
bratek the twtnty-flfth annl-
la ^ol. ANn mrs nw.t; ..r ih<
fortune of Mr. I. C \^ U.K. arrived from Dominie.-'
EdlbM ..f iKi Weal h| P..W.I.A. on Tuewlav for I
diun (,i.n.id;i h
M' s "1 th.- taff m the Marine Hot. I
pap. i after oat) i _, _, ,
month with Thomson Hankey A- Tkrrr H.rA-
Il* "r5 iUL '* "-- ?\ f ILf" AND MRS LOUIS MA-
'' """t'^rSE S5S C.oooT^hreV'we,^'
Board L 8*7 H#ta Lnd ,s J1*- * ** here ooee
anl Committee of th. Cnhbean Jvahie tr-
c** Aw-" lltanmm
i ' the Advorate Sport* Club tc
*...ir.(/ ff,f.'.J...> arabful to those who made the
f*//l" ""''". .Uncv'thr uc.*s it was
MRS KVA RAWLB, wuiow of /( p .
the lion Ceo) Hawle. At-_________Herts** forty
lorney General of the Leeward T^"6. MAVFAIR BRIDGE

Dislrit

ARIB8 y0 Anans are advised to start this daj
jl.Maprh 81April aVln an agreeable, co-operativ,
never mind how ihr oth.-i f. Unu act! Har-
mony, in.portent now
TAT/EUa Many ways to Increase your advantages
April Tl to May to Know what you are about, have faith In
yourself, and plnn well before nrttng
* *
Sug^eil you wail ,i while la see how the
wind of posalbilitie* blows: then aet sanely
;md promptly Tad and more taei needed.
* *
Point directly lor the better things on
your day's plans. Be in tune with those
with whom you work, and th*y will in
turn be agreeable with you.
* *
LEO You've more favourable aSP*c<
July 24Aag. 99 lhan moM other Zodlund native1.: DM*
sp*ll success in properly cxreuh-d pl;iii-
Make the U-st of every opportunity
* *
A day that can be just what you keen-
May 21 June 21
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WESTWARD BOUND
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evening and the unren*
Mi Bi'ilu'l went up in tha from relatives am
4 her health. numi 11
la Dominie* on * CLUB held n House party
Colnniuir diet ''"' lesidenu- of Dr. jnd Mrs.
two and hall rnonlh- in II,.i A W. leDtt, Wo.xiside". Bay
Ofl Monday last. Tne
I'M i.i-.lth ND*- P*rty was w-tl attended and
nd during her stay Mis. Carlo* Games included tenim bridge
pleasant Cui ol I ata Bl Hast- Lad bingo. It lasted from B1 in
'"I'liiii uid everyone had
RM d .. nasVtd boll" >i> enjoyable morning's titer-
'i.iv and quite .in anloyabl* tin* "irmcnt.
*
Londoner's .Diary
n iii..ii'.l.i W .-ddm
There will be a Westminster '
Lord Cowdrayi rookra
........ Mi i J*ry1Gurdon, who hi ""V
paa1 playtrag flano- "C*rtalnlv not." was Iha ana-
.-x.nth-Hytand. 2S. wr. 0| up th* kit. i
have ohoser. SI M.r- Bd ' Utd) i,r. ..kf.. *
.ml iixed the dale for
U>. born John Hull
- i -th-Rvlnnd farms at _. ..

iurdon lives Bl CotSWOM 'rn, ,,n,,i,.' JJ !'
Park, la OlouL-iaialUra Hat 0}???! V; ."
fathvr, Mi Robtrl Owthm, was
killed in .-Ik
I*4i
Dtpajl .nieni *| Tnurisl
AI irarl ion
dent director Ii Airli i ol Un
\ i .... report*! ent Jtfl rsfl ihi Brttl h Bouth Ahfli in
n met In* Co npani He looki a ruddj -
Ptek givaa faced John Bull bui ha w*i
<'KpM>eiucB bOTB mi Aimiieiii. I.e. .tin.
1.Ai my hotel Jt Sou thump- natt'ralhwd FtntKii lubjacl 4t
ton. bu ' d*J -nd nielli with .-ears ago the yaw of his mar-
guest* arrivi kapartlng rl*f*.
Ih*) i II th* a - bl LandjQD Sr Kills is staving
England, I a*k*d mr i il Ih* Bath Club occupyau lh* '"*
..no TTr
win n he was secret..i of itu- ,,..,,,
Ilvi Club Thi
'' M '
2.AI i ., ihousc I
*k*d lha raataurant Emctln| A Treasure
it was too late lor Scotland ha. ttaa Bd
w Paatlval i" thnnk foi loalni me
Vein i rtraU ......a Count
ifaeh Lord Rial'
us sold for C 74,000 to Ml*
. aunt New York
Lord Kin., I m N*w /. i
-..i.i Lor* BroM,
! f.ilhei mH b*C laM
. )d -" OIM
T.cn th t i.iiiu when Ihe plc-
ixiiiiit'.t in Edlnburgt.
.it'-, festival.
The VeL.- quu i ah iad -
n hrt itroomhnll
i i Dun-
month, I as hairman o; the Rhod
exhibition which HM QtMer
Mil :->*t<
S r Ellis, Od
.....' nt on
i' inor* oT the family t
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LISTENING
HOURS
pm
BAG To JMu>
Beoivifa Of
.i:;t r.i.iinKiiiini
By i.liiK(.r. CAMPBT
* iVKusi- to tne Brit-
ish Bn

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Do HUh Man* lb
Produce "The Ten
Oommamlmenta M
HOtXTWOOD, OH |
r,i profrojnanaa, Cecil R DeMllkt, past rnaaaai
next month, giving the "' eoloaaul Him spactacll plani
harksround to U* C*roriatioii lo produce "The Ten Coinmand-
vUIprasani aound nent in Eaypl bui it will be a
P/l >tnatnst*t' Abiwy. different treatment ..f hi- gllenl
Ih* Royal n -idances and Ihe movie of the same name.
Royal household.
Previou.- i>roarkaSt* of ihe '"his will be DeMllle's in pro
md Prince Philip will be Auction outside tin- Dhllatl State
linked to (orn phy, ^-ept for his film Four Frighton-
II l^-ople" which went on loca-
be lion in the Hawaiian Islands for
. Hi. m April veral weeks in M'M Ha abM
D ol sent a camera erew to Nortct
111 I- revived with the Africa for de-en bMkgroundj lor
broadcasting of recordings mude Sinn son and Ihlllah" i o-stomng
lhan. Book <>f Iboaa proajraaaw H< i unan ai Vici Mat
lanai il born*.

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Sept. 24Ort 23
O0BM0
while on the how and wherefore of thing-
Come now. Virgo, cciceir.r.ilt'
* *
Start dav attending to leftovers lo ease
M.-hcdule; then Ihe important matters of
i.idav Friie*t efforti can brliai daaervad
gain*.
*
Mavbe agreeably surprised al some re-
sults turning up unevnoc-tedly fa
Oct. 24 *T*v. S3 day" Those in distant places may comn
i'i-i
Kms
rats
ast vou gev bhhi> .a.
s to - sun t*ia (ii
nisR* cruet i4
iui ii
to proOucs Dad tin. i6>
aSd
in ui cflcsat ossra.
S. Ita a n-naation t ,i,
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----- mucti ts recordad. HO
'i"i"""<> usril b aotora. (ft
(torai iiul > tat
^-*r aport* ground. .(5>
la Tna* this put. rou on ihe
use*. i3>
Itppu'ro tu pras*rvr iJotstai.
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Iliiiinoiitl IKiutt*.
LOI'M L. liAiIM
ih i.ii.iii Lane
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HOOD Al.
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THE LADY
POSSESSED
IHE FIGHTING
REDHEAD
THE GREAT AIR
MYSTERY
THE STRANGE
MRS CRANt
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hi Hun INDI
and srru.1
''VaMM.HII IHI HA.MD
MABVBI
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MEET DANNY
WILSON
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GLOBE
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Only ihoor who lu1
c arm this Flln
ii- brilliance
will remember
It cast-on THaracnaaN
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PRICES
24, t'trrle 48, Hoaae K0. Bal. SI.M. Bea Sl.M
5 p.m. show in < Irelr House A Balron<
It any Section
Kid* Prtr
1.30 p.m. Mi.
VLJEAHtNGS
For a radiant thine
1*. were 57 eta.
I ru llnK S.'vlMl
wtre S12.15.
LADIES I.IMS KERCHIEFSWhii.-, I'l.i.i Pdatad-lli
. wes raai silk nowsMD liEAiJsc-AiJvKs. ;
I.A1HKS II I IV lASIIIOMI) N\l.i\ H0SESl.su Vm'iiil'
. S--BEST EOKM"-SI.00 er, SS.00-Sizr, .111 ni.d 32 Onl>
Charini Old Slock LEATHER HANDBAGS Sn.nii 1'I.XSTir -in
\. BMpnwat! I'KI.NTKli CREPES si'uns. Kir M cU
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
Mill! sum STORE
PHONE: 2U
The i/iiii/i'/v
.... >* ii.lrnlng.
* *
Be especially careful dealing with
strangers, giving out information. Your
rivals may be up to something, be on
guard.
* *
Take the right palh; remember, honesty
should never be compromised. Your day
will be rated according to your thinking.
Watch what you ay, do
at *
Bv lieing magnanimous in act and spirit,
vou have a fine chance of collecting un-
usual credits, having new successes. There
are hidden o-.ssiWlll.es. find them now!
* *
If you plan ahead and follow on schedule
riBOES with alacrllv. vou can ei>H?t good returns.
Teb. 21--March to Romance. person;il affairs rate high today.
YOU BORN TODAY: Libra is especially suited to positions
if euthorltv, trust, intelligent ic-sonim- You arc not naturally
?dnminetrlng or imbued with your own powers, but sometimes
IT* very definite. Curb desire to gamble, take undue etUanCai
Many notable actors, actresses In this Sign. Libra harmonize*
c\\ with Sagittarius, Aries. Gemini. Scorpio. Ulrthdale of Oiu-
ripc Verdi, great citiposer. Helen Hnyes. actress
-* AOITTABnJS
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OPEN TO-DAY
AT
ADVOCATE STATIONERY.
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I1ARBAUOS ADVOCATE
PACK TUJ1F.
200 U.K. Businessmen
Firms Heading
Held Hostage In Shanghai
FLY
Band Plays At kn &r* '** unbrace* finale
For Bankruptcy Rocks Tonight Jag^
(By Rl'SSEM. SPl'KR)
l'KUOKAMMK
111 Qiuck March
SAN Sol VI ...
ft) l.r.i M,Ar,-i
rmwuMd a>in.i..)
Rmi h^. ..rk ml fai
mi iiirar lu abll* imt a. Uir *
known j Hi* I'nrti.i-rii'l
war* *>> srmite't cw.
In dual) old cupbuaitl i
until diMatrred by Hi
(iiovp*. Ih* In mom compi
Oiuvm Dk-tlnarv ol Muat
TVo tomplat*
Mr* af a third. I

Fntured -n tonight
gramrm ai the Rocks will lie a
HONCi KONG march written by Capt. Haiaon and
TWO HUNDRED Bruiah business men and th* Zto3JftS5& ^^
wives arc being held hostage in Shanghai Thev are vir- cert will commence nt a p.m..
tually prisoners o( ihe Red Chinese OovtrnOMBL They weather permittm.
may not leave unless some one is sent to replace them be-
cause they are Ihe trump card in the bluest piece of inter-
national blackmail the world has ever seen.
The firms these business nwn pie*em. though possibly next
represent have been running at *nk BUWfe ami Oft Mawaat]
a heavy lm.s ever since ihe Com- havlnf dlAV-ultl
munists captured Shanghai three "Anything doing voui tad'
years ago. Crippling taxes and asks BILL
artificial price controls imposed Nothing much. Jean is still
by the Reds have destroyed anv -irk and George keeps having
chance of making money. toothache."
But the firms have been refused He ought to see dentist."
permission to close. They have says Bill, and they both laug.i.
been forced to employ 200 men It's time to ring off.
where there Is scarcely work for Hong Kong, where a man can
ten. still say and think what ho LudM,
^TSvrtarar em S* aarrasaa
.onally rc.pon.ibto for their firm,' ,TW1,2*0' ** .
affair.. They will be Ihrc.lcneo A ,'""','1 chln* houacboy
with imprisonment as ROT U 'l"|',"" ,h' "> ""announce.!
Ihcr money run, out~aa 11 ccr- "n'1 "**"" du-' ,hp '>"""""
tainly will in a few weeks' time Spies
The last drafts have been sent Faithful old servants have mosi-
from Hong Kong ly been "retired" by the Commun-
Ufa In Shanghai S?5Sfc $!, - JgH* .!!sh
Here L. the ory ..f Life ,n ** P"? menU~;
belesgured Shanghai told by the TJ, Jrh ^ -* 1o, reporl *"
Britons themse.ves they hear to headquarters.
The phone rings each evening onI* '" .hc, bathroom that
at seven, and each evening the "*"'".& ^ fll,le. * ^ whul h"
routlne is the same. The door ,e*l'y tmnk" ,( thv Red relmv
of the servants' hall swings slight- Ttw rcal- lenmg shops whic
. it.i* TiUnia Amaraia
Prom Ihaopai- "Misnuii lhpn-
Kuluttlt: BMidimrn Koalar. Cm
and Cpl. Morrta
Valaa mania*
r'r.* Ito-* Man. rn-i
-tons r.nu-i-
riom stodatu rnr iu.su*
rtlxi Uiatf
now White -nd tha It.-n Pwarfa
ia airth*un HMii' OasssMa
M ..! ptu
A SUiflVnl I i H .wharf.
rj Oalllln Tuliar
Rl U
!"*'
sAvr Tiir ih:.
Film Show At
British Council
ly ajar, a recording apparatus
exchanse. Bill ;md Mary Smitn
once bulged with the
clicks on in the police-controlled .hoficiatn **** are "'most empty
A few British owned textile mill-
turn
how foi
Council,
Wakelield", Whltepark Road, on
Friday, October 10th. at 8-15 p.m..
when the followinu lilnut will be
shown:
BRITISH NEWS.
K1.1S1VK VICTORY M.C.C.
Tour in Australia, 1950-51.
Admission is free. Ho ttekatl
.ire necessary.
PIFfO AtOAlO the British Carrier fc'aulc. King llaskon of Norway,
followed by Crown I'rince 01;if. arrives f r the critique otncially end-
1"K "OparatlOB Uahsbraot." The largest pt (war maneuvers of NATO
force* ended with a maallHI of more than 200 omcers. (Iniarnattonan
Two Sailors Will
Voyage" By Bicycle
OFF ON 10,000-MILE EUROPE TRIP
Liner "Brazil"
Expected To
Call AI B'dfM
The M k ttrstr Bronf
will be calling at Barbados Ml
L'oiii .xi its ataMibo voyage to South America.
On board will be 120 members
i ( .mmerce accompanied by Uwll
v IvM,
The ma-ter of the ship. Cap-
m H.irry Sadler wi recently
ai.nr.iied ba the Foreign Miu>-
ler of Branl with the Southern
Cims* of Brazil for taking passen-
gers to and from Hi./il -in., im
The Southern Cross h the highest
award that Brarll gives to a
foreigner.
Captain Sadler who Is the >enu>i
master of three Good Natghboui
. 'lips the olrter two Iwing the
\'g.*nltna .uui in.- Un0tMU as-
usnsjd duties us muster of the
Hrouil m IS3H aftm iolau| the
Merchant Marine in 1B05 and
Udnlng tus ma ' r'e piipers
1921.
GENERAL CARR<
THE
PAA
fa i -". M LBMfej
,,, <" KniDtH r Km.>: T
...i .ii.l h uui
r mi st-
.-
r.niaiiiani.iti
Ionian L.-Mrr arrlveil in pott
ut 6.35 yesterday moruuii: tram
Puerto Plata undar tha cwnmand
of Captain D. Z^tslmati-
The ship brouctri aanai >i i a
i>w i-l.mil .uui mi its depurtuii'
tram tola port wm tan for Tried-
dad Asmu 'i"- earsja srateh tin*
ship brnuKht were 5."S drums und
;i^ m^. ol lubrtoatiruj oil, 41
bags of fire clay. Are bricks and
a quantitv ,.f U>Ik and nul>
Ottoer ratflo eonsi^tcd of 2.910
haga of toinineal. .. QJUaaUt) Ol
..'!- i il|< i -lltlfet tmiU'l >. III1T1 -
eral wool and toilet roquisltai
The vessel is con*igned to Da
Coata a Co Ud.
r. Haw. n
dMked -Fl Prsildeate.' world's
Isif.ft. Dsost luiurious sirliasT.
Dfreet flights ft* Rio. MonfcvldaS)
ad Btsn. Aires. Convenient oosv
I at Rio foe Ha fsula.
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
gtmsj .-. v*. i i m

know every word will be
heard, but they manage to give
and got a little news
"fnat you, biot '
business cssociate Arth
Hong Kong There is always anx-
iety in his voice until Smith an-
swers.
"Yes. Bill here. Everything's
rlne.,(
t enough cotton good
keep everyone in shirts and a
growing volume ol .'
Smith'- ufactures ls being smufgled in
J through Tientsin. But nylons
lingerie, and make-up are alnvsi
unobtainable.
A good pair of shoes costs Ell.
A shoddy winter coat Is a bar-
gain at 43. Bill's razor blades w>
are 5s. d. each when he can get house
Ihem. betwee
There is very little escape from Octoboi
THEFTS REPORTED
Mr. U. J. I'arravii-inn of Cole-
TWO SAILORS ij,i.-.mn. ihmin:li l.nntiun recenlly were
heginnlny ;i 10.000-mile "voyage" by bicycle
Thev are 25-ycar-old second mate William J. Mc-
Kechnie, and 24-year-old third mate Michael Corfleld. who " MACUINEBV
have already travelled 7.000 milts from Vancouver Island, r,,,, i.in.i,iun cinii.-i
British Columbia. arrlvtd In poet
Shipmates in the "Princess" C.nHKlin
el is loading a l.-t.d of
Ud 128 barrels
for Quelie.. and is expected to
leave DMl during UM day for
( aliada.
HOT DAV
What's the weather like?"
"Normal for this time of year
A shorthand writer listening the tense atmosphere of spy
beside Arthur records: "No poll- and suspicion. Secret servic.'
tlcal developments to report. agents follow Mary when she goes
"Been playing bridge lately'.' In market.
asks Arthur. "I could go u rubber Bill has to employ the same
myelf to-night." number of people- as in the bv), i
"Might be fixing up a gam* days when ihe Reds marched in.
fttxt week. Georae Jones has been No one can he sacked. So the
taking it up quite seriously you spend th
know."
The
down:
Pacific, went to Canada from I'ort-o(-Sv>ain brought
ridge Street. City reported to the vessels of the Canadian Parlflt- from his Isle to Islay home after cargo consisting chicHv a
Police yesterday'that his office in Una. McKechnie and Corfleld nor- the 1914-18 war. clnneiy rOnaisaaad la Um Ottli OU
Coleridge Street was broken and mally sail between Alaska and_____________ K. i.i- tins m... hinti.. Ihe
entered between October 4 and Canada's western parti hi might othei
7 and cash stolen- The idea of cycling across most arrived in Hritain. the two young n()
of Furopo mine to them when they lanarii.i ,: ., .(art ......,|ll|( ,......1|lt|, Tms vew| ,s
Iris Rlsbrook of Two Mile Hill, wre sent to Britain to join n new *,tn i.ooo-mik> bicycle trip consigned U> Oardlner Austin M
St. Michael also reported thi.t he. --hip *Uh Denm-rk. Norway and (,, U(,
i.is broken and entered
Many people
r ,!ii whn li hv.i.'h*-- y.-!! n.i>
Wednesday ,f ihe hot WfaattMl In llie water
:1 at Ihe
pend xome
At moat of the beuehes boyiv
kcl They
emra a few row UMits around and
some of the ladle* aressj suilmg.
Mauby .mil COS.....lUt VffndOM
did some good business again in
Hie hot city.
Montvido
Buenos Airos
Onnapt wiut .... ii*i. seaswmlssJ
"Fl Turlsta" WM typa Cappss*
t Turn Jail Regular sarrt 4a
HeUro to Rio. Sio Paulo, I
video and Buenos Alrss.
For ratan.ill -u. as* H
Traivl Agtttt c
Pan American
O. Coon A Ca M
a,oadt.a.i- bHrnas
rfjasjai tltt U*sf " i ISM)
Swed.
9 a.m. and 1 p.m. t
7 and groceries stolan.
"We woi ked seven dayi a wei-k
to build up Ihe -pecinl leave we
have been aranted." said 6ft lin
McKechnie.
Used Shipping OottM
There will be no more pav
cheques now. The firm will run
on its own momentum for abo-jt
eight weeks. Then it will crash.
Red ink ring* the date on Bill's
desk calendar. He calls it D Day
As it approaches lines furrow
day lolling about desks. Mary's face. Soon, perhaps, that
smoking, playing cards and listen- evening phone call from their CorlleldS mother was born in
shorthand writer |o|s ing to lectures on germ warfn-e friend Arthur In Hona Kong will Felixstowe and McKechnie'*
'No labour trouble a'- and Western "atrocities" in Korea, go unanswered, father, ulsu employed by th*
Through Germany
Another ai
Thev plan 10 live In youth *ir- )hl. ^Icoa at
els aim to tat "the food of tho ( i-of-Spani
oupti v wherever they may be.
CAIaU rtMt MOLASSi;s
Said Corfleld. "We foun-1 il
difficult to get maps, but we did
11-r.wt of uur planning with th- aid rturM;' '
,g guidT- '"" ,K<
hippu.K
Aflri bCMl.....laVM Hi' route will
i thr and on to i. i .
The relurn rOUta
hey hope to he back in L/mdon In
Mavwill take in Frunee. Spain
nd Jiirtjagp,
i \^ .i
'urifrt" fi
i vesw^l ha
lei I here to take a quantity of
lasses, which it l-e|ng ihlpoad
Alleyne Arthui & Co., Ud.
NO MORE GREY HAIR
AFRICAN MIXTUaB
CelSMfi th* Hslr Instsittly.
h b sbseluialr what Is srofeued f N i
A GINUINE HAIR COLOURING
*...:.- 4 I
FLFUR0IL
MIUIANTINE
New green toothpaste
with Nature's miracle
CHLOROPHYLL!
^Cb,n Fresfi
A NEW in"'" '' '"' l' "rcc" Memaw'-now 8'^'s JoOU wfer lecth
Hd iiJins. u s clean, fresh moulh and brcaih all day. It doesn't
just "cover up" ntOUlfa i irs for minutes; ti ilvurovs them completely.
Mcntasol is grctfl hci il contains ROUve chlorophyll . Nature's way
of turning the IHe*fiving energy of ihe sun into hcallh and freshness.
Nature's own freshness comes from chlorophyll. When you walk in ihe
preen counfrysidc. all around you there's the p'ire. pktUffl :iimospherc of
health. That is due to chlorophyll!
No wonder chlorophyll works such
marvels in your mouth!
First, the active green chlorophyll
in Mt'nLisol \inps mouth odours, pre-
vents their return for hours! Then it
helps tobuild firm, healthy gums. And
it fights tooth-deslroyiiij: tdffj
Menlasol gives you these advantages.
Try the minly freshness of this
green toothpaste (hat makes teeth
so brilliantly white! You'll love
I . and you'll safeguard
your whole mouth!
WHAT IS CHLOROPHYLL t
<>lph,ll < Salurr't kay asfcatsin
It H Bfvaral la ill srern. |i n 11 lag (Kia>
. . nor* lham BDurMaWnrM aad hrjlfh
S1 Hi muu'tUam aubMsas* gr>e> BB1
d. It. freshi
allanlcaua(o4oan. MrnlMaTi eat
pMyll will hrp vow owath >-) br iegsiBMl
Afl four yean irf UrrlrM ttatrimenf.
At ripisdtt lateratOTtM snttoaed s saitaM.
w+li.inlmmh fona mi d-WoabtH -tack caa M
burfcta fey Ik* ksBM *)Maai laoaaHn *bumm
coasw dbkwosayUbii. Mmiwl i alw-aS -ith rrw.rrh*
Wmtetofi artht artva i phrH rnliun
' ..... I *nd de-
fun aSSWrgaVSV ASM
/ abomloi i
M i MtmipntFI
i/Hiikpatif otftti to" ' v '
Vf-ram/i^fiif-
Warn ItaatUl mluilllt '
hraiihy twi' Mmaasaf /fa
laliMf pri't#rll,i / ,lili,-.iph,t/. at li

ilsssd) ass ii.
In.kf*mlr~t itt -Mow that Ai'
1 leaanstss* m
imil "Hutrlt tsimri thou it

MkTUMr! i manurs.turcd Bv the
Pepiodtni (ompin>. *ho k^J lha
ii-t chlotOrdiyM assdsbk
in loothraitr Mrnutol sivei >Ou
ilK /nil .ilnnijpi of Nagssi.
hknophyt
Mentasol
L
Nature's green
CHLOROPHYLL toothpaste!


pac.f rorn
II WIRAIIOS ADVOCATE
rillDW. OCTOBER 10. 19.12
^.iflME Restoring Wren S Flee* WMMJ DAYS WHI
Sn i i 4 line i ! SPEiNDIMi I/aM.
MM M *fca A.HwaH O 1.1*. ftlM ... lMid.'l :B* SB H W II |I I *J II ,, < I 111 I I ('III I I'S
I rMav, Ormbrr III. 1532
i \iioiM i ovi:.\
jl <'" TIM- I IIIM S|
In Ihf calcined ruins of ihe rapladnf ihf perpendicular style will again be resplendent With
rv<
..fit right
i.-i*i at a quart hureS Mil Bueeead th<-
Ung boi pews The stalls will be la
?n w-
? the large ovi n tl
Lancaster Factory which had been BOD*
i Brannam to conduct ex-
periments in pottery making blew up.
Lancaster Factory comes under the juris-
diction of the Department of Agriculture
a that that
department is understaffed. It is not sur-
prise if little action
been talon on ttts report which musi have
been t the Dtrei I
the explosion took place,
Hupped with
machinery to dehydrate surplus)
'i ms when there are sur-
pluses Mnt iis naarneai to naflun
deal fbt an SOipOl nneni
Mr. Brannam in Barbed m an i
tructad and equipment Installed
the making of pottery by i
mechanical means. So great importance
was attached to Mr. Brannam*! experi-
ments that one of the Seawell hut-
transferred to Lam reeled close
b> inf* on of pottery experimenls while *h
I.and-;.] factory was used for the deln
dratinn of sui pleg
The arrival in Barbados some lime ago
of an American with knowledge of glazing
led to the production at Lancaster of
Barbadian pottery which have
reached itandarda not previously attained
here. Tins American. Mr. Bertalan, pro-
duced pottery of many sizes and shapes.
Lmens of which can still be teen and
admired at Lancaster, But since the des-
truction by explosion of the outdoor i
the Bate at his pottery has had to be re-
duced S of a very small it i
oven.
Pottery Is the onlj Industry In Barbados
(except tfie sugar industry and its by-
products and the tourlsl mdusir\ ) the raw
materials of which are In plcntilul supply
There is no limit to the quantities of clay
which are available and the existence of
natural gas provides a tfood cheap fuel
for beating Visitors to Barbed i never
cease to complain of the ihoenrs In UM
shops of articles of high standards which
are manufactured locally. The hlgfa It
pottery of the kind which has recently
been produced at Lancaster ought to sat-
isfy tourist demands lor objects of local
Craftmanihip while local resident-; COUld
be persuaded by an advertising campaign
to support local industries
The pottery industry of Barbados would
have a bright future if it were actively
supported But independent of its future,
the public are interested to bear what
ntemplated lo restore the
outdoor oven which Mr. Bratnnam con-
structed and without which Barbadian
pottery could not have earned the reputn-
UofJ when it now has and which is spread-
ing thn U [haul the Caribbean.
stall*

n the pillars. The
TtM njve > "'* lavement of black
I MM l>cniiK "','' whU* *iuarti.
Id, SBd to the vaulted planter niling. which .tt proposed to fumnh the;
eouipltn ruturr fcer- era ..,1 t.onh aisle j chapel/or funeral
elSfestory WlDdOWa havl 'Memorial services, with
Fire provided the opportui plcal or f7 ?,^f? *Y. -"S^SS?
< Sir I A Indow, and flood.ng the T^J^SUZ n^'V^^E
Sftfh7s>atf and an11lit
tUful example- Thu was on* of n... taw butane. mlnated veum ^ ^ dU_
tarted by allowed 0niul,h(M .ulhors. journal!....
> boniOB dmi >e columns to rise from the oncj others associated with the
tated the church in 1940. It is level of UM (>e\v instead of pan..-. A columbarium under
P lllns UMn "M UM padactakl of the church is proposed, as a reat-
m duty >f rebull tine, but ,ilsn to the galleries, Thus the eosUHUlB log place for the ashes of those
Soaaioaied grunted the privilege of burial
features of Wrens design which UM batertol li etr- n St HridcV excavations w
instance will he made mo ol te begun Boon to Itnrt wheil,
his in the restoration, lor it is not thcr- is a crypt that could be
liable, proposed to ad tar this purpose. Facinsting
Kebulkuns "' Ihs fabric, which south aslfa discoveries ant possible. The south
ere, la Matirigal in Stone
1953. some w ' ' the
of the church on IIm . ,-,,,,.,., mil ,, j,,r,7i^'Trv ,",',h th*
mwwn red i cnnreftjgaBagnary^Sjyiao
loucn or uenius
miry, |i is obi | the *' ,nc. *"* *nn a a*Hery for
Paul> n' ch"lr' nd hesira will
pal will be used to coro-
. ,-. i ;. .
connexion St. liriM\ has had with
I.- i
s.KlrS -r,h;\iV;rSn,7;;,uchofm^;: w* ******-*"'.tot**
UorT I '" ""' *e hlaheat S" ,r!,,!l5( .The ,,ran * *
H*ht of pevUtooa UM prop o- ff*J"lB lw" lrt*- Plwfd *
n^S? hBs'"^'l> rlicrassaed, but the u' n"nl) :md 2f ends of the
LOCAL IIIAI IV
ALL over the world countries are Ind-
dificult to keep Up places of hisb>n-
d cultural taterest To blame anyone
in Barbados for failure in this respect
would perhaps be unfair in an island
when the poof living standards of the
majority hove for so long claimed priority
of attention. But it may be asked whether
more could not be done by local Vestnes
to make traditional beauty spots and old
churchyards especially more attractive to
the local resident and to visitors from
overseas.
St. John's Church Is rightly considered
to be a possession of which the island can
\tc proud and its spotless appearance inside
reflects j;reat credit on those responsible
for its maintenance. But could not more
be done to keep the old tombstones from
crumbling away and being overrun by*
weeds? Surely in an island where there
labour shortage, the amployment of
f persons to keep churchyards in good
Condition would be money well-spent ? AI
a lov ich a policy might be
l since there can
be no better way to advertise Barbados
it than to present a tidy
and beautiful Iw.l.
At Hackleton's Cliff, foi exempli
I might be mad ate two or
gardens whi< 1, could be tended
by some neighbouring n udent In many
small ways such as these efforts could be
Ice Barbados n mi! for
ryone
l efforts not being made?
New
id
' (or total ^"^ITJftji*
AbbMaol K.tdara P?rh church spire. secret SSSSL.^T^S^
.ind a In,'.Ml of Ihe aged
. ii dlili t foundal:
1 I Ml-
..... ... im .., wH, netgrm of the pedestals bit actiin- ** K J,
to Hi. Abbey of West- iher offices.
II , appropnaic ......n for letl.....I Chmch use are
Ih year Ihe )f.J '','',. Jd "" " laun, d. fit .hurchyard w.ll be
....... W..,n,,,.l,-, ,.',..,,;;" >v.^", ""t M a lerraced .arden.
oufjll uecosor lolh,' 1,,1,-P, li- (,,.., ..,, ... s,.., naeZnK '"UnniB " ollr-cllv,- feature o.
Taylor, who I ,, 1.1 M,u,he,tUenl.rK-
ISI8. they should (.,.: .,, ......... ;. M under the City rebuild us
1 ... ., .m.u.k ,|.T..,| " The ancient llr.de Well
* M. A.....U| .........Muctcd
,,-al nrt urginn City Ihrougl .,... nUhl -JJJ vulon of the new St.
gren,.-. gi steeplo '"", "' ."" >"* " '>
In the Groat K.rc ol 16111, SI , .. r,.;l ,lh reauly bl
lh<" ... ,|.
vestries and
i i ,!'.

parUh except 16 houes. name.. re,.',., imd g* ,3*1. ^TfanSBSl!*., M,*te
HI il.e 101 City church... M l*r- above II lion. 7, "h, c nt """' ' 'n
uihed. and It ., ,..,ded to re- The 12 bells.cradled down, and USalVKl ^1',"Jj;' I .'
build 31. The design and .-.cetiun molWn tMtal l:..... am ..,., mil ',',, U,!, ,h?r ?, J, ...,.,i V,' ','i"i
| UM churehe, were umle, lha f In. pott*. Pr.benA.ry Taylor T, dlv/'rad ?, or'?o ej"
':,o;\har,!,riJrrandn,r
.ak,- Ihe new SI llr.de
The regislem incttidiUK tlie t.
entry o| s re .
I lurv
was overwhelmed
i.i': ana bj
sciv:csfto thp cnmmunit)
Wren the mcl.il
.1 id Um Kinfi " tt 'hut.h nhoui rev. klbuj
WorkJ The churchwardens ol what t* lie made
..,. with a mine-dctccime apparaiut.
ihcn pro- .
led him at dini "l!(v "! s ';
ravern iii Plea. 8......
RMHll a .sin,ill sum "givi-
BuiGuu Sketch Hiscovered
liesaa in 1071, ;.nd ihe church " In*J ft Mr. W
opened t> lervtce i ibts. O5oinay Mien has produced -
nuHuttoni of laanune. muac,
oonunerea, nd ih*1 i*ress.
asnben crowd lbs partd
laH) Li ii.,.time. Wai
I'.iymenl* will cover onl>
j lain repair of BM fiibric of lh
church, and certain chattels a
UMlr 13 value. A represcnta-
ll was one of the most expensive p1!)!' of, *'fn1'51 an*1 """mcllon Uva committee hai carefully ex
the rebuUl churches. The gjfj KlfiSSl 2H252 W'V"S ,,mlnc,, P""" ,,r", c08ls of ,h'
was H1.4S0, iMlndlnS lb "';''s ""''S more: fuiler neCds. and will npp.ai
lower, but no: the Mceple, the V V T u" Tl "niU'r ,ho fHalrmanahlp of <5olo-
nlerior of St Ilrldes was . .' S ,H "i'1 *'"'"'.h.;'f ""'m. Gifts should be sent U
. '',. - end of Ihe interior of the the I,,,,, l.e.i^urer Amwal Fond
Ikln, of all Wron^, f,,u ,,,.,,..., ,......, ,.,. ,.,,", J,, SS.. BSt SttSS,
Cily churches except Perhaps St. ly made. The shorlened great east London, E.C.4, or to Ihe Edit"! ol
N.e,.h.... Wall,k. rhe ehang* window will MM have ll.e full ,l,e -Advocate- who .,1 Itorw.m-
he wrought Has iev,,lul,,,narj ,,iitin..l taaftk and the east wall them lo London
known
The
Our Readers Sa>;
l Christian Po/ilival Parly well-to-do, which
SIR, I" my rticle on this
suhjccl in Thursday .s isue there
inra three ittpj In cotnpoauuj or
uliiiK which
obn mi.i ihe meaning ol import-
.nt -I'liteiiccs oi arere they ihe
reaull of defective eaUl
my pan? if ao, i apoli i I
in- (i;iui that i cannot
i the typewriter,
Anyway, please allow aw tn
!, i reft them
occurred In ihe middle
paragraph, enUtled
and II ^;i ll
Ututlon if "Breaoh 1-1 Branob."
out that
'according to Ihe Km yi lop adla)
KouUca : I ol Rhh .'
t etbei bikk!
ihinasi .it "ihe preservation of the
I, orals ol i Usen
Ond and third occurred
In the next paragraph, which
|.lc to look around and
luagsi by the crowd of ixx)r an,i
M aa3 ..hi) ill homed wheUa r oui
Baft ' a an Chi I tlai.
ai no! in then OBI I Bl U1
the mlatakeg wi rt (11
r ,n\ waj
.1 ,i ,-:. m ol
treatment, ind <^ "f ''another''
| bo In UM sentence
in "how" local polili-
dsna would tat '<>rk on their
plans.
Another eie* ol tt> aublael
na) be that existing pottttcal
other of them,
mlitiu Increaaa, even to Id
C1 ii -Lin quality of t'
Fhal would atrve
paae.
Thu letter el correction may
jilso serve the good put
calling the attention of those who
tli.l not i \ .,!.. Or hud
not .it the inonaml Usas lo read
It
1 ihouM be very glad to know
tin- mind of readers, whether tot
or Against, my Idea.
F. GODSON.
RiM-klty lliiir/i
To the Editor, flic Advocate,
sin pn ill
endorse and ihow my deepest
BppreciaUon "f your editorials
of 4th October, 18 - re RoeUoy
roonibi ago, .i
of hnibb i > !".( -n
wat done S a sroH
but self
S3 o| the BOm-
inunity Who I

huts or to tfraei
and undri



erect way,
'
-

beauty an
that CUM
selves in the same area as those
is a very non-
WS arc flill
luckly th.it fence h;s not
hern erected with a sut, marked
1 Entrance) where only
n chosen few will 1> allowed
in enter,
re nuttilng Qov<
can do in this laapeet to help
ion of the community?
I would humbly Leg, beseech
.tui antraal (Sovernment t. move
and more now, or our plight will
be a sad one.
VICTIM.
Bmlth Wmk
r rh Keator, 7;.,- 4esN>cee
sin. i road wlul mtereal let-
- Health Observer"
arhleh wee pubiaeMd in vour
pw an Fiiu.iy Laat, undei
the heading HHae)u. Wwk," I
'' U|th the (,Tl,.,lks Ml."I
by your correspondent, especlallv
arhen I, refen lo the pood wmk
winch was don. bj all John
BecaJea when Health Week w.i-
llrst organised.
I have often wondered whv this
natation wai ar<
and on making enquiries I am
informed that It was the opinion
peoplt in Ugh i plaeai
thai .mi. we k ibould be Health
N i OOnekSar this comment
v. ly futile us WO .ill know it doe*
Dot Bt in with human
rtoaith w-.-k is a means of teach-
ing people the value of clean
Owing to Ihe shortage of local
I locally grown f.....l-tutl
the populace is forced h) use largi
quanUUaa of canned fw
result of which there b t.> be
found eollectiotis of citi"
I'M'" ifM.mtrv and In peopatni
Thcaa Imi i
and becoroi . imu puie-
c-s for mosquitoes Thi- I
gone to enow uu neceeetty lor
reMl'cit.itiiiB He.ilth Week as it
is adopted by Health authorities
in Canadian dttea Clean premises
uond health
From landpomti
ixiii week i
oaks i lieral


i trust tins letter will i
hi ol
be rt Instated
faithfully,
: ATION.
Sth, 1952.
Itunfsvritu- ".//
To The Editor. The Adeocnlc
SIF Pleeae allow
r youj attenUon a most
existing t
100


which p nade and
I
About forty
if. situated an open well. The onb/
fence or cncloture which sur-
rounds this well is grass and as
grata grows over a wide area in
Ihil vii-only it is very difficult foi
one to observe the site of the well
S' of people have passed
Is way without gaining an>
knowledge of the danger nearby,
even long-time every-day-passer*
only knew of this well a few year
ago when a man fell into It. Earllc
,i late last year, a not lie
man fell into it. Nothing has >i
been done to ,'iwnre the public c
mi- pitf.iii. ., :
It U Hue thai the distance awa>
fron the highway is a little beyond
that for which it is required by
law to have a wall erected around
B well but can't the Commlsaioners
>>f the Highway for this Parish
tome other responsible body at
leas', see to it that a "Danger"
"ign is placed on this spot, or
provide any other means they
think lit to ensure the BBfSt] ol
the public"' I am sure that any
reatvant action taken will be
greatly appreciated.
AFRAID.
iliiiuty .\>>- ,-
To The Editor. The Advocate.
SIR, -Congratulations on your
aaxeuent Ultornl In last Satur-
k\] paper. It is a shame that
paople BIS permit ted to desecrate
.vii.n i- ronsldercd a beauty spot
i.aid, for Rocklcy Beach
the Cieatorwho
returned it after having occupied
i! with Ills se.i for over fifty years
which had done much to put
on the Tourist map of
the world. What is hard 10 under-
stand is Mie people who arc carry-
ing out :ht> ii -truction are them-
selves interest.d In hotels, which
depend on the tourist trade, and
rssaol BM that such wanton acU
UMJ own husincaa.
It H tun tha| 'he Government
cxtcnii.il thati right to preserve
and protect Buck beauty spots and
Pi event people from buying up and
oulkung on id at the seaside
it ..f way U left
f.-i thoae who live on the land
" im easy .cesa to the sea.
Ii is not so long ugo that the
Hastioas, ibowne-s Uacl
tn Tenantry wore
deprived of fraa pass to the m
i>- i in eal u
nt:. yaari The Government
should see th.it there is a right of
i ,
mile.
JOHN BUM..
St/jif.urt Rtiilin/t
Easter, rae .i SIR. May 1 suggest th..i the
i ublh ISbrari authoi I
i Buppori railirui
eech aldi
'ii BO f-.llow the
lead "f Hie Ri v.it Bai
Of WhKll
led to Boctoui
Much are
parked at the slde^
are not wi.*. things to e
menibered that
thare are or three
books for each member to carry.
A. E. BF.1J.
By rSSaWBLL KOt.lKS
MAYOR .Vincent Impellitten wants tu
build a railway beluw New York's Second
avenue, to ease the rush-hour crush.
But the city treasurer. Lazarus J I
warns that it will cos) 179 million. Let ut
wait 90 days ut hssstt, seys Use Hoard >'.
Eslimales. which eontrols all spending
A WOMAN'S PLACE is, legally, in tht
home. So ruled Chicago Judge Daniel
Roberts in refusing William Wald's appeal
against 20-dollar (7) weekly alimony pay-
ments. Wald pleaded that Mrs. Wald. who
is suing for divorce, could get a job.
SAID President Truman: "It is a big lie
to say that we tolerate Communists and
other disloyal people in our Government. I*,
is a big lie to attack one of the greatest gen-
erals and patriots this country ever had and
call him a traitor."
Senator Joseph McCarthy, who seeks re-
election, denounced General George Mar
shall as "a monumental liar." Senotoi
William Jenner, aUo up for re-election,
ailed Marshall "a front man for traitors.*
Both Senators are Republicans and the
oarty's presidential candidate. General
Kiseiih.iwcr. had lo support them fdk re-
election. Eisenhower is a great friend ol
Marshall and was sponsored by him as Allied
Commander in the war.
THE New York Daily News demands that
the U.S. Government should have a secret
igent watch every move of Ihe new Soviet
Ambassador. Georgi Zarubin. The News
says. "This gent was Red ambassador to
Canada when the atomic spy ring was un-
covered there. He was Ambassador to
Britain when Fuchs was doing his dirty
work."
BRITISH ACTRESS Leueen McGrath and
her playwright husband George Kaufman
ire to write the dialogue of a musical
comedy. The songs will be by Frank Loes-
ser, who wrote the music of "Guys and
Dolls" and "Where's Charley?"
The new comedy will be a musicalised
version of Ihe film "Ninotchka". Greta Garbo
starred in it years ago. It pokes fun at stuffy
Russian Communists
AN 11-slorey control tower is operating
it New York's international airport. Its
radar screen shows shapes of planes, build-
ngs. and other objects instead of just a
blob. Operators can even count the number
>f engines on a plane.
THERE IS a crime wave in New York
vith assaults and shooting by day and night.
Says the New York World Telegram to
Mayor Vincent Impellitteri: "Let's have
ionic action from you and your police com-
missioner."
So they are sending 200 armed detectives
in 100 unmarked cars out on night patrol
And 400 more police will watch ihe streets.
POLITICS lifts its ugly head in Hollywood.
The Labour Film Council accused Warner
Brothers' studio of forcing contributions
from employees to support General Eisen-
h. .v. i is election campaign. The Council
reprosi-nts 27,000 Hollywood workers.
NO EASY MONEY HERE!
LONDON.
IN searching for oil, besides luck, money
and "know-how", an unlimited amount of
patience is needed the sort of patience-
possessed by the oil men just celebrating
their fifth year of prospecting in Pakistan.
So far, despite the vast sums of money they
have invested there during Iheir search,
they have not yet been rewarded with any
major discovery. But they are not daunted
by their slow progress. On the contrary
they are going on doggedly drilling their
exploratory wells.
Drilling even one 10,000 ft. well in Pakis-
tan is plainly no simple undertaking. The
oil men say that, besides the actual derrick
and drilling engine, it demands (among
other equipment) one aeroplane, four water
trucks, three heavy tractor-trailers, three
"tippers," two bulldozers, two general-duty
lorries, one mechanical shovel, and one
grader. Having assembled that little lot.
the "expendable" stores are needed for
instance 5 tons of cotton seed hulls. 5 tons
of sawdust, 400 tons of sand and gravel. 800
tons of special drilling mud. 10,000 ft. of steel
casing for lining the bore-hole. 10.000 ft of
manilla rope. 3,000 barrels of diesel fuel oil,
some hundred^ of tons of different chemicals
and a host of other assorted items. Added
to which, from start to finish, some ISO
different specialists will have to be enlisted;
ranging from the geologist, who will indicate
the most promising point at which t<> Btej I
drilling, to the engineers, mechanics, car-
penters and chemists essential in the later
stages of the operation. In terms of money,
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lakhs of rupees (C 150.000) to 2 crorcs
(1,500,0001 according to the varying con-
ditions encountered.
And such frightening sum.-, nuv riSVl
be spent many times over on scores of SUC-
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PaJosten oil men are remembering that, in
Canada, no fewer than 114 exploratnr-
and an investment of bun
of dollars were necessary before
post-war distuvery wsjs made at
1947. So they are fully prepari
an equally exhausi.<
tan before cncour.,< even
then.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBFR 10. 19S2
BARBADOS ADVOCATF
p\r.r Fivr
Need For Health Education Stressed
Dr. Harkness Opens
Health Conference
with ihcir bedroom window, practical work .11 the field
open, that thev must eat so much evn nothing 1-
fresh vegetables and fruit dadv this world and a.- t
(it they can get them or afford money there i* 1 lm..-
them), drink so much m:lk or nut time which the available hi
so much rum, eat so much pro- arfll provide for th* exprn-
tein arid limit their intake of car- seen Iralnea on thu course and
bohydrate*. feed their children thus the work and teaching mint
1>K. J. W. P, HAHKNKSS. Medical Adviser to the " I,,"i aId Mam them of that, be condensed aa mMh as poaai-
Compii-'llfi and Welfare, stressed at ill, ,iWf*-JhinV "!,d (mB"v ""'"' hl''
Fined For Obtaining
Money By False Means
HIS WORSHIP Mr, C I. Walwyn, Policy M
of Disirifi "A". yt ad Clarano Bwl i Cbi
, which conlributr to the uromo- W< ,,i. St Aluhat'l 40 to be paid in out' monlh or one
Queens Park yesterday mornm* the importance of health llllM of Tllhy hv.. yS a?.- Practical tehM months .mpr.sonment with hard labt.ur for obUinin, S -
education both for pubhc oflicera and the general public expected to convince ihe pubOe -The point which l wi* [, . Mtlltotnl Gitttltl of Blitton". 11.11. St Michael by
in addition to the co-operation and team work of health are worthwhile doing, in the make in thv respect is that th.- rQ| ....,. Th.. nffaoM . .a mmmdiri nn Baniani
officers with all other departments who worked for the *wn* ot .,h* "* ** ,of thcoret.cal teaching which u [ll>V, committee! on s ptl m-
your activities or the particular K,Ven in Jamaica must be mpl. lxr "-
branch of health work in which rounded off by some years of OlUaajg told the court that on S#jt AJJeyna attachad lo Cen-
I93 vou may be employed. n jhe (Uhj 9 ttaa la prosecuting
been -i wqi no( atjd to this by en- under the assistant-!- and uoi- W her horng and tohl Bat that b*l par thf IMuv
S2'HLS*Si.c,S?!E ^fc*S!L,S3,,SSS Sffia "S "T *"V"5 5,"-"""" *" '"" '\S2 '%J!ic
Vk ^ plaining the valu of piophylac- offlceis. The San it ai < ~-< ll"1 """" lomnutted on Oclohei
it vaccinations or inoculations ai tnc em| ( nls courM of train- rensjaat 8-8 (oi '
.hen necessary for the control ,nR ,_ ln tn, ame position as h Later investigations ihowad that M AOE DISTfRHANCC
improvement of the welfare of the community.
Dr. Harkness was delivering lion of the Association
the inaugural address at the and though there have
id Pubhc Health "
which was held under the
pice* of the Barbados Sanitary tlve medicine during the four-
Inspector?1 Association teen years since the Association
Mr. J M K.,ln..>. in the lb. fluently of lb prevention m.ke II ,..' ,^"V'i!ito.^i.*^ .^S .1 i! urn. ?k ', V"'-"U R Archer <* " I" "' H M M BUI
"" I. of Dr. H. eent,al (or tnow who .re en- it"!.1" '1^,"'. *n. kP i J""1 k i" .'. ,"", ,J"1"1 "* lu"- s' **" "" '>""
c. Cummlu. mtroducoi D> nal In nromMau the health of !"" 'm?rJ '.tT^LiLlSfil branches of the *"** fr*2 Urdu Itaed 10 lo M ......1 b.......I Kaeui
HulDMU who op,,:.,I the COB. Ihe public l keep .b.e..t of the ??" I^L"f^ V?' ?T t, ^ mU" '" ^-"u"!'" "o >* '" '''> i<"...... __ m.
ference after wfu-h ., ,..:, ul Um and partk-'ularlv lo orlen- y/ "',^^ >g 3gJ"."^*..*8 jBEg ^j '.....' '"""*
Xs ^ESK^KaLm^SASaK
saw. -s-ssyw -yff. E^HV SHr: ffiu&BfS
noon tetsion. Speakers at the community can be reasseed in, ,h ^.mwat.nn and h*ln h..io. ri.n,<- wi,., .. ,..,.! '.' '" nnri ,h'v t10" for loitemiB .... Ckllm i i
n-ocluctlon of Clean Milk Sup- the people. lmIV omccIS b, , he,p ,0 wnl lraln,, of etnclent pc.- Hi. Wor.lnp Mr G B Grim*
In' the afternoon. Dr. G F Modern Approach^ M.t, , of Di-
Reader spoke on The function "" " evident from the first
of a Health Visitor". Mr. G. II I'om on your aitenda which is
Fagan on "The Important* ot "Health Education" that your
ntly conveyed to young nH, judging from the' example 8. *'h-" f A"hl" ?** '
-.-.-. Q'P"*n' AcUng poUca Mad at
ing the food of ihe people: the rather than on bricks and mot trjci "A" yesterday adjourncil
social welfare officer in all mat- tar. After all, as a member of th UIllll octobe. 23 the caaa In whk*
ters affecting the betterment of Rockefeller Foundation once said Courtenay Arthur of ilniiitnt Hall,
family and community life, the when discussing the plans for g, Michael I* charged by the I\>-
lOIIIKINC,
SMI | i
. ||
per, 0N< '
1 asked dealing
that
Kidney said that the Doctor had
kindly consented to open the attained only by the people".
efflci
Conference oj the Barbados Sai
"We have travelled far from JEZ^L
and
'ceeding genera-
ls Pi franch hi
prosecuting for the Police.
lets ,|h!.l"(,l.m,Mr,'r?J|1 "ons The team spirit is one that policy of "your department Ye
"irL.lnTrL0rl Association, the JSee.J.* -s m "eVunve hV.hh -vou mu8, alwavs kecP bcfore you "* V"* "*'" prepared in tins ,Mlr,. ,-,., ,,,. ;>i ,v, ,,
SSgftS Sa B ^u^^^efue. S'^pi^r s,,B Ss-r!-T.^p BldS 3B aC
LK^PSfK ^r^k-th/kn^ ? ;^ ^jtiasbs ; E ':1';
^ e.., ,s.. ^ fe| I isas ^:^ =:r::;u r&s
eellency the Governor and the J**"" j?.^"""'?,.' 'JS f" that he will secure their co-oper- -a, lie, in a somewhal ll.hlefveln ?" *" ',,C .","" "?, ''''/',
Honourable The Colonial Bocn- 1? *E L,i hi. ..JliLrhTe?\h "" nd ! 'cl"ve Pe.n "houl public health leglslMton, I """'/'H J?""'"- Tl"' nofaodnnl
tary. whom he said, were attend- !,u_?,c"*.-"."l"'!.^?1' ." 't.' improvement In the state of pub. hope that you will understand,-., I"~pd '-"-- >"*
stopped its active
some time and wus
strong again.
work
goinn
loirs nitirl,,..
LOt:iH L. BAVLKV
Bnllon Lane
ing a meeting of the Executive
Committee and were unable to
attend, as well as one for Dr. J. P.
O'Mahnny. Director of Ifedftea]
Siiyi.i who had a previous en-
gagement.
No Stranger
He said that Dr. Harkness, as
Medical Adviser to the Comp-
troller for Development and
Welfare, was no stranger to Bar-
bados. He actually lived m the
first
nstance nowadays Is by
the
Uc twalth.
Adequate Training:
U do, that with- ,. After Mr. Smith had -ubmltted
out adequate basic legtsla- lhilt !hp PfOBgeuMoB had not
tion on public health which lav- PFOV* " case, BH ttarandanl
down th.* organisation and, the handed Sgl Fordo u dnvei's
to secure this co-op- chain of responsibility, the" re- ''lee which iw seized. Mr. Smith
eration, more and more emph- sponsibUities of the Slate, tha < bJOOUd to Sgt. Korde si-tniig the
, sis has been placed upon ade- Health Offlctr and ot the Indivl- Uetiiwe ai.u ,idvi-.-.l hi.s client to
.....H '.' i, <(*'" training of staff by .ill pro- tu.-ii mmrfo I at um publl, which aU f ti..- Ifcanea
a health *TeMivc puJ,ic hej|l!h- depar,. provid.- the reguisfte authoniy The d.-fentl.oit uhad I
merits, and by those deportments .md enabling powers, no or.lerlv f<'i Um UoaOca ind S^^ |'..i,|, l<>M
'rive ,'- -'.Viv'd. governmenta are planning and integrated health and medic..! [h. I ,i: .,
Sfnall^ eo^i. U^W 'o develop their health service. "Vie can I I established and llcaoca for further referent* Mr.
bados. He actually lived m the ZkJSSSS^SPSm^SESOLJSVi on modern and progressive lines, developed. The proposed Act. will. Smith a.ked the court la mako
island and had the opportunity fSS^S%!^!iSSS^S^ Amongst such departments 1 am I believe, do this, but until it has ruling on the -c,.....( sgt. Pord
ot seeing sanitary arrangements d's*f** J"?.*'," ,"''^t 5HS! happy to aay are Included Barba- been enacted wft- -
iplanation ol
purpose* of the law. which is the
Eromotion of healthy living and
y the spread of the technical
knowledge upon which the law
" "BuT'the functions of a health *ti
cer In his capacity as a healt
$"g?&Wa& KSi "-. and b^th^ depa,,,,,,
which I
unimaginati
to prevent insan"- !"/ .ith such amend-
a, well a. how sanitation was g- SSStSL", ll"'"' &: do.'and alsi. Ant Of "5t7lCii& Ol "lent, as may be found nmmry elWOTHEK ADJOI KNMEVT
ttzrsTA-t gg^ HSS SKSMBsiS jgw
liund addition. 4 pre.ervat,ves and ?SSM?jElS!fi' ? w l $M and n" and more efficient Irate of Didfl I -
M, K,dne then asked 11, """"'" icr Jo food and *> Colonl.lD c%i lopm.nl ..^ .,. ,. ,, ........
1.,,., ,^H^, ,h "' on and so forth, the ultimate " '"""? *!> '{J..S i'r ""' that 11.....ays of I.....nU< mo a
n? tSrln^ ,.!r,l pUrp0SC "' >";"h le?"';",.....1 ft" WJW 1 cine .re nml,e,l In ever, ...on- ,..,! | ,l. ,
promotion of belter health o the Centre ot the West Indies ,n^ wc .,,,, cn..... ,,, ,. . ,,,,,. wll||c '
community and of the individual rnaica. a
"li was with great plcasu
treatment of disease increasing i y fendant is not n-i
itraining th.
althiest gov- FOR SESSIONS
pi swan thf
the invitation of your committee This purpose of the law Is. no ment and Welfare funds and also
to Inaugurate this conference doubt, understood by the health by your government. A goodly ^mm.nj. ,, md,vl(iualB. Logl^ -
which has been convened by the 0mCer and perhaps doubtfully n"mber of your memDera have >n rCMOn W|l, eventually win the lladley Samson (24), a labourer
Barbados Sanitary Inspectors' accepted by the legislator hut it benefited by these scholarships da and moIi, uk.klv tnan cv..t nt Thomas Gap, St. Michael, wa-
Association. 1S( i fcari almost entirely lost on and will benefit in the ij|i lew sjnfp ,h(, ,ck of nnanco ls ,|_ yesterday committed u, Um naxl
The aims and objects of the the individual who is plagued by years remaining under the pres- WHya ^^^ and u,,, |CSMin will fitting of the Court f Ol inrj
Association I understand from lls -do's and don'lV. This then em Colonial Development and >onn ^ morc generally appreei- S^asaiooj on | chaig. ol I
your Secretary's letter ol invita- |a the burden which rests upon Welfare Act. n(e<, bv a ,h|jt ^^p oyne^ nf ,,rP. breaking and larceny ..f ..rli< lea
tlon to me arc: the members of your Association Having in a very summary vcnlioil ( Iew cot|y than a coart- from the house of C
(a) The promotion of the as executive Health Officers to and brief way mentioned the ,(ia() (|( u,(. Mar-hall of 1 > !(-,..ti ,.,
study of the professional "put across" with patience, tact wide scope of a health officer s ... wisn ymi m, president a September 23.
practice of public health. and understanding to the indi- duties, you will not be surprised most jujeeeggfui conference and I Bail in the sum ot CM
(b) Public Health Administra- vidual member of the public who lhat the curriculum and r*'nina thank you for tin- plMSura it has lowed,
tlon with special reference frequently regards the law "as must cover a lot of ground and ,.,,,,,, ,,. to inaugurate your meet-
to public health lows. an ass'' and public health law as those of you who have spent a wot Ml\, (II \K<;
(c) To keep the public at larg* the most "pernicious ass" t>f all. year at the school in Jamaica Moving the vote of thanks Mr -;---------------
and sanitary inspectors in Bryond The Law wl" ?" Ior the intensive na- Merrill said he was sure they Mortimer Pi
particular informed on -nut os't have already said th
current public health mat- funii,,
**" as heal
Objects Stated In 1938 yond
'These objects were embodied tiie law docs not
In the constitution at the forma- prescrlhi
i.rt I h"ivo nlrMdv aald the Iu"' "f * BOW**' You mv "'"o would UTM that after heurinu In St Mich.,-! Wl rhaiB
Son? ol^infu^ iniwctors r' ,nj' "", H .rkness's address, apart from Hh WonMp M. C U Walwyn
ie?hh clinch also V- he what might really tic called a kn0wlng him as they did. that ha vest-tday with w........In
the law Met^fullv Jno.Jh "^'- '"""" and might with WM a ,. loi with I knife hCT lafl
I the law. mercmiiiy oi"HKn _j.,_,_ i --nr,J u~r t. _jj.-.. .,..., .i___ ------ -- ...iri.^ -rh_ ^.....................
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HlKBAiMlS ADVOCATE
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The ptp*r<> will to *! up lor aale
. public compotition ai our pSptp.
J.i Street. BiiAMUxra. on Fr*iy.
October. Iddl. at p.m.
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Kh flay of Ortoto-r iwM. al II o'cio
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: ll.rbpdo* Tvlpphon* Sharoa
I W*>! India Bikuii Co.
UnulPd
TrpdlrtP Co.
i ." | Ppa>
Shiiipina* 3>
Ud. Rhiiri
; " Ii.ih.iin. P| immbm
lory Ltd. Shproa.
M li.iti-di- flip Inim
Tno abov*m*ntion*d -to
up lor ipl* al Public Auction on PrldPy.
Iha Pth Oclobpr, I3S1. at 1 p m.. pi
Liiiiniton A Sralr. Lucpa ttNPt.
llridaplown. 1UM *.i
iff*' lor ul* by
AMD mil 1*1
H-iNAIItr 3Plh
I Ml1** ion. Slat i
i-r-nic A. I7lh Nnv**r.brr.
i MriPTOR. fMb HaraaOwr,
All PIO HI TfUMWAD
FJKA lth Octobpr.
lUNQ I" IR|S||lD AM* I'l'KAI-AO
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Canadian National Steamships
MATKS OP t:\CMA \<.l
MM
*>* waaaai
TI in- i
publp* pptnppUllPn al Ih
Hifh lrpp. on Prida* loth Odob*. ites
-: I p m Hi* dw-llina-ln*p known aa
LAIUlAKOSi atendin* o,. 2 Acr. IJ
i rrh*t *l land illual* -t Baibarp**
mil. Si Mlrhp*l
Blactrlc and aiilrr -tvum laid on
id Mi*rp M alan Wal-'mill SuiIppIp
Im iiilrnff oi a warrrHnitn
lr.-pr.imn on applkraUPn to Ih* tarr-
alapr pn lit* prpmiPM
.or further pprtlcular* and ppppWpHM
-I mI* apply to
COT-nX. CATTORD It CO
at t u-d
not Ttinm sn
I'aaadlaa t ralaai
I M.,.lun I ...1-.
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wmmm mm
kOlllWII Nil
1 ... S.I.i
M fP*lb*r cartiraian appU '
GARDINER AUSTIN
LTD. AgenU.
"BTWATd-
UCKLKf - BOI
< iimm i hi mii
T>ii> wpll >ud dull '
rpildanpp aUnda tn I* p> i-pclmcd by lMd|pa. alth a vl
nnckray OoV Caurtr
TiP hoin* contPtm on nn* rloor. Sit
tlnd and Dlnlni ni.. 3 lam* bodioomi
iltlrd with baaina and nmnini -Mr. and
| a' io "illi to.ut-in rtipbpprd*. a
artfv v rll.fill* < litiPrn. jnd vpaiatr
ath and 1
ThPTP I* a b.'lf in l.kapp cupboard In
Ih* pmaafpikay, and all Ukr loom* arc
nt-p Wllh aalra Mi.rr nolnta. and Hi*
aiiM a.c llttad Pllh lioodi >nd ihul-
im Hi* srouiHl fl.Kir Ih*.* la a Urg
.liar It t.lah wMh kppicdI door ami
rnpta room Ipt atotad*. lauridry l<
rtiara la a aaiago and arrvatH'a rpom In
i h* d>ound>. and aarvapfa path and
ailat in ih* around toot at lb* hour*
Ci for (ul* by public iiUCIIon at thrlr
IT. HUb klr**l, Hmlarli -ti
ii Pnday in* ivth day of October. IM>.
13pm Inappctiop to be arranicd by
i*l*phunln| IIU. for furUMT paitwulara
nd rondltloiia i.l aalr apply lo
CUTTLE. CATFORD A CO
M U In
Al'CTION
JNOER THE IVORY HAMMER
-r lOih. at Me.-i- (l*ii*n
M "I il. IPU A 4
I iifinr the lluirimiil ll.iiiiinn
iid
m
i A*n
i th<
> Bay mrcPt nil Prkia>
Utli Ocl nt 1 o'clock the following:
I larw Guy motor Muck with a lot o(
I'-i*. parta vary good lor Mir capUad
Mip Hi Cllropn ear. 11 K.iarr car.
U nrw IJoyd'a car>, ill Pilot radio*
.V Al S lull*... ill iiva BordrPux win*.
i fro-. iHittlaa. iBdi HoPOP Michrlln
^>P. and iJOi IdS400 Mkrhrlm tutoa
nl irilrd palllra can Inipctl Hie .il-m
i dm pacapl d.indav on appllcal-m t.
T..I C,\> Co
n-AP/v \ loon
3 10 S3--in
Whether )Ou arc coova
ni or limply ncnl a
health bdlldina toaic,
V1AST-PIIOS ii the aniwer
to \uiir pmSIrm Vrtmrnini
and minirali comhiocd in
|R YFAST-rHOS dfe i.- kwf
3 Rood health.
, Mi
I, .i
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I Mil
11
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pal liirn in eachange fur
I Ih* label reprepenlhia Hi*
,i'i| *ee lh*m In Ihe ahow .*
has fid.- Aqu-il I
,i.d. AjrenU 10 SI In
B t BaBI now to 111* Hail. trHfiapb.
I :.ind" loadtni Dally Newapapcr mm
ml In Barbpdoa by Air only a law
i. alter publication In I'iiidon Contact
.,1 i.ai* e.o Art*oeal- Co l.ld local
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Tiini.lad. La Gualra, Curacao. Cartagend and Jamaica.
NORTHBOUND
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Southampton and La Havre.
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Teelh Loose
Gums Bleed
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(,-ihapa a-ir-.a bad dlaeaa* (hot will
avonar or later cauaa your teeth to
faJI out and ropy alao rPuaa nin.ii-
iallam and Haprt TronM*. Amoaan
atopa auni bieedlBp: III* Drat -la}.
and* aura mouth nd qul'-aiv tlh'-
*na the (Path Im* elad c
Xhp guariniep pi<
Unguentine
ftelitvts pain.of
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THE STRANGE MRS. CRANE
Slarrini;
Miirjorie Lord. Kobert Shnyne
AMATEUR BOXING FINALS \
AT
MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
HAVE BEEN POSTPOMlll
Until I KIliM NKillT, lilh ln>l.
Ko uh not lo rlh with the Intercolonial
Basketball Tournament
"My Expenses are light,
My Prices are right"
Thai's why I am Kuaral*'i"H my prices to be
no higher than any other Store In Barbados.
Should any store bo prepared to make you a
present of their goods, then A. E. Taylor will give you
Bus Fare tn take the said goods home.
From the 10th lo 17th October this month wo
ire giving yuu u discount of 10('/o not 5 on all purchased
of dry L'tmds un one bill umouiitiiiit to S5.00.
Competitors all remember CUT and A. E. will
CUT UNDEK. Our Store is .small this is true, but it
is also true we carry large stocks and some of our
designs and patterns are ORIGINAL.
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For I.HUM UlllihS
SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES
THE
BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY
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STATIONERY
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IBM the H--I Boolia SUIIORPr?
WHITE 10c. DUTCH 16c. No 11 Po^ POTATOES pat lb ONIONS per lb Swan Slieai
Kegistered 'A April, 1903.
The Companv invites public subscriplmn: al pal
for FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE
SHARES of 1 each of an intended issue of 50.000
This issue forms part <>f an authorised capital of
10U.OOO of FIVE PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES
carrying llxed cumulative preferential dividend at
the rate of five per cent. i>er annum on the capital
for Iht time being paid up thereon, and ranking both
.is rngirrip, capital and dividend next after the 35.000
existing six per cent, preference shares but in priority
i< ihc .uithnnsed capital of 200,000 ordinary shares of
E .nl). of which 150,000 shaXM have been issued.
Km m.-. ul application Cor shares and particulars of
he had on application lo the Secretary.
The subscription list will open on the thirteenth
day uf October 1952 and close at 12.00 noon on the
eighteenth day of October. 1952.
Bv Order of the Board.
T. C. McKINSTRY.
Secretary.
Registered Office.
James Street.
vnow us
l.\f>
CROWDS
I.V
srii.i. mom: i mm us visit
WILSON'S
17th ANNIVERSARY 17th
Till-: I.H.t.rM HAIU.AIV
OI'IMIIIITMI^ 11%' TOW.V
The pleasure and happiness we get from an Anni-
versary whether it be ours, our friends' or our favour-
ite Store's celebration certainh make us look forward
to it as we know that gotx.1 things are usually pre- J([!
W81p>1'? |)l -* -.-|llaMr ^aWaoV.0.. . *----------
pared tu mark the memorable occasion.
WILSON'S planned this enormous celebration
early and ho made special purchases for the occasion.
and is now proud to inform their numerous customer*
that one of the largest and best assortments of Press
Materials in Silk. Rayon and Cotton, along witli other
Ipeneral Merchandise, arrived by the S.S. "Sunadele"
on her maiden voyage tn These shores.
The gtMids are now on display and prices for Silks
a m 00c tnd not higher than $1.00 per yd.
Customers ihoptalTig durtn| October ara sun u?
beneftl from WllsoaS 17th Anniversary Celebration.
Can these bargains 1 .-i until the end ol October?
Drop in. see the bftfUlnfl I I j >urselves and the ques-
tion will answer itself.
N- E. WILSON tft CO.
U, Swan Si Dial 3*7*
-i1 offering H.i: Hsfrjn.
A WIDE RANGE
OF LOVELY PATTERNS
TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME
CONGOLEUM SQUARES
3 YARDS X 4 YARDS
3 YARDS X 3t YARDS
3 YARDS X 3 YARDS
2 YARDS X 3 YARDS
2 YARDS X 2t YARDS
CONGOLEUM-by toe yard
9 ft.. 6 ft., 3 ft. and 27 ins. wide
also felt base
THE CORNER STORE
iiiiiiimimiiiiini
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BARBADOS ID4 i. VII
l-w.i SEVEN
HENRY
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whi.h i'bnL< .am lufiniiuHi ihe* UaflmVhM W*f%,
1. imiEINf TiKMh Pa.ir h*l| milin. .1,-ir. ..
bacnria.
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3. IimIhim l.tli Pa.ir -n Mm Id rwitova
mS mUi
rsh.ng -ilk UMiiiM I.nMh I'am Uur M) m.jl he I pa
mhn tooth decay. puli*hr% >.Hir MMfe hi(.i\ brill UT ibaa
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I'U.I KK.HT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
IklDW. otToBER
1*52
Jamaica Bowl
B.C. For 236
Our On 1 orre.pundi'iill
GEORGETOWN, B.G.. Oct. 9.
HAD BATTING by most at the B.G. batsmen
e side nn the first day ol the., match ^
ao.im I all were out after t* lor ua. m 1all , ,
i thuul loss. Best batting toi B.0
I raudeai and Robert (hn.ti.ini ..
Barbados Lead
I riniilail In
Tovnadofieriee
Chosen Heat
\iiung Cricketer
t-KED TRUEMAN 21-year-old
oikihlrc and England fast
owler haa been choaen by to*
:r..ket Wrtlera' Club as the beat
Ifl cricketer of 1952. In a
Barbadoc again got tlrrt and ballot he b:at the Suaaax and
',.""""fi".,""j\, "l tKoir *tm' laa "> the third race ot England batsman David Sheppard
csustxi c e iMis on the Aral dn> ol^e.i^mstch ^ Tt>^lUi ^^ ,a(JU, Tr)nl. liv 0lfht voW, Trueman cap^^
dad held rdsy 2a Indian Test wickets at leu than
isch. Hr will l*> presented
pfav a* the Club's annual
i wicket aland >f KM
.
on Itat w
couio only net
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W.I. Cricket
Board Await
lndiun Cable
M lhal in
aartMdoj is lead-
i nta.
Teddy Iloao and Ivan 1'erkm.

first ond
lively.

Iliallh Education
gf frcm puce 5
Ibl for sanitation, would re-
wmber what he had said.
There had to lie co-operation in
Uw most the work Ihty were undertakin*
so Tar. and schools could pla\ a great
't'ird place in TK rait in spreading Health Educa-
tion.
The Conferciuc was then form-
l which was ."..in sai ally opened with Major Reed in
noi ti iboOt, started in a light the Chair He mmj the Associ-
l Uw hmulrwi percent co-
i ml TK 35 |B> got a very BOOd dd g^t from the
the
PORT-OT-BPAIM, Oct. 8.

,. today ami
the Indan

',"' ; TK 35 UN W..I In J2 wi) ri( ^ e,Nl.owl.,, wmlnating healtl
m T,
hm and between Old -kipper, in K 45.
,. w. indl

aod ( ib) ft .ti.
lie i. m The W I
in i1m> slip-.
There w.s a close bumh ><
boat* on the run down to tha Hay
Street mark, except for TK 4/.
hirii than the
*',' ra I and ivn1 rathe, too fai we
i
at .1 M
Uh w i Bo rd
M nd; fl I
.; th 'A.I.
N N
. M '
0)
ot the mark.
The y '
Btna tn.ok Hi tin
(II*. TK 4(1 (),..
Hi. TK
round tha Ba]
. wdjar rXU
TK 37 (TI.
17 (Ti. TK
(T), TK 3K ill). TK 45
, knowledge.
With regard u schools, he said
that teachers saw children about
five hours a day and during the
m -t ol tha tune, they wan undei
the care of their parents Hygiene
.ti d healthy living were taught in
II the schools, hut he did no!
hink that health education was
lv a matter 'Off teachers. Most of
i- health education was faugh'
rcnlj and he thru,, i
.hat the Aih I a lion had to ei .
ihc co-oui.itioii of parents. other-
v would he fighting a Ins-
i*M(ura i
tiM lo 14*
-'-
It -IIM.
C I
I
3 for
'

Girls Softball Team
Will Visit Jamaica Nov.
H.Q.A. Meet
Today
Tornados 47. 48, and 38 went
around the mark at almost the
same time, but Turkt>' MSji
who was now running last m II
look the mark well and got to
windward of them.
On the quarter down to the
western mark. Perkins in TK 3i
gradually drew ahead.
Thiti- m a keen ta
tween Roddy Bynoe in TK 47 (Tl
, nd Tom Wilkin-nn In TK 36
galling the

v ..
I

Still IK M (B) TK I
and TK 37
Crick i A*j
JM
N >'*-

Bsr-

Ttje
i and Uw lourtM
f and lesTc >m tssansasMr m
II -I Takes fl\er
aaaMtioai of the first three
l
" boat to
e second
rvekms.
aonwr TK
.r-rr HaVlBBl
w evrserit
1
r*
fo*UK'N CM inn*
r 1 P. ru
Carlicr: 4 31
1 ass 4 4 M 17
wiadini 4 16
Plesrsrick 4 11
C-^r 4 7
, Ssare t 4
4 0
1
j
1 .'.'
4 8 17
K 16
It 16
I icre I u
K I'd ice K 11
'1 8 10
D 1 1
1 It y
r. 1 7
M-d**
i Csoti tl ... 8 34
. 8 a
3 mere ft H
4 v m r c It 23
I Eld 1st on 8 20
t> H 10
, H 17
, 1 8 16
9 ck I IS
in Windward 8 7
11 It a
.- l*"dge 8 3
li-r
Ft--,'. '.-- .- u'.l: limn...
Janssea Lm Teimn *uaiwch*-
IKt to Mflrsasn
. -.,..'!-:. It ' ''!
J\tt\o Rtkcs BU
Pv-c-to Ktcs aswasBs lit
1
I
-Jacques
were unavailable The maasms-
ment howfver will b- played on
u elay surface sagast TK 45 who was running last, toolt
i. HM .,i.,-;imcd during his :he msrk well, and had soon
. ... _._.. ... ._ t..-. -assed tlv
Bladon in TK 35 (Mi Ml back U
last.
't ..... r"n mai
K40 UII sbesd
toUowed by TK IS dtp and TK 37
(Tl Ha hirmd soon and sailed
quits f.o In whlto lo* ottiti lw
. Un| n itch up to the
south The ret all thai Koad
I ( .ii'ideinbly.
nem mat. I. I
..-i neaaly aa* a slatting
-
.."
i,. n
... ho.o II '
1
aaoD
'. (T|.
However. "Turkey" Mayers
Cyclists Back
Fi*om Trinidad
Sporti Window
The touring Trinidad Ban
kethall tssai. Carib Baars. will
play Hirrlson Collage, tUe
winner* of this sen-on'
[eiffnta OaaaaHatttlBB. St Om
Y.M.P.C, to nlabt At H o'clock
nsiiti Bfr> have been play
ing very attractive baaketball
nn-' they arrived here lo't
Sunday. They won both
mstches. sgalnat Carlton and
Harnaon Oallege Old Boy*
combined and against gl
Island team-
But the members of both
team* beaien, lacked the com
plet* mum Of tha Uctlca of
hi- fellow player which come*
i-hon aUrar" ha played
often en the -am* team, ami
the Calltge which will not b*
handicapped In thi* way may
bt tough opponent- for the
Canb Bear*
II was ii close Hung between tin
two Trinidad boat TK 37 and
PK 4T I i lace, but Roddy
IK 47 passed his col-
Iha Heagle and be-
lame a ccrl.n;it> for thint pla>
Haartle) Booth <-i Trinidad In
TK 48 had tha misfortune to hit
in st..ke boat and had to
dnp rjut
The
order
)i-n.idnes finished in this
I. 'It
i in
' 1 I
Skinner ..nd R Sc-!\ "
Advte Spoils Club and 1- .
'.Sarahall returned t k <
! vmc. a i
Wednesday night. t k 'fl Tee.p.i T i
While in Trinidad tne !<-* r k t i
pan in the two-day Ail s^... tk t i
Cycle and Athletic mectin-: -t T K * K'*" T '
Ptirk (hroL Port-ol-
Bpani. They aU I _. _, .. _

of tne nicetitii: Staad] rail > p m
.iini rnudd) track. n r. i
XI *
rt y
n m
TK 40 (Hi, TK 35 till. TK 47
(Tl. TK 3: I IK ifl iH. TK
K 'H (111
M k- .-ai tsetses r .. i-n
H . |
VST
3' 111 3
SI 31 1 )
sy gm Wem SHakr. P-.
t k ' n
1 hevil I)o It Every 1 imc
iss. By Jimmy Hatlo |
: J
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boots '.Bcors!
POCTP ' MLES
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