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p \<-.l SLS ,\V ADVOCATE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1*152 .IA\KITA IHtlSN SIMM* • l>*or U> SINGKH'K) M \IRIV.I S S1.82 UPS S7.CM1 Sale tl M 8. S.1M .'KIN'IS ! I* Why Toscanini Had His Phone* BBS FOR YOI'RSH VIS t TOR SPARKLING REALTY THE DIAMOND RINGS' (B) I i.hF.Hin ll.irili -%  !•-> AKTURo TOSrANlNJ. on* of the xnult band of *M ki-narian* who never think "f rrstill pursued fable (hat he married %  W lift* ... cert """ ortues. will bi %  fek. Aim i* was In Milan where the stoi Italy So Minjr .nit Toscan.m'-aiiim h 'Music n--. -imdurtor-: never )ir.. %  M I'nlikr the Arrasbtaheg, <** C*nlerbury bis favnunl.* %  Cut Off YOU'D NEVEB KNOK UP on the orchestral oot luctor's rostrum thins nsgap which yen rarely aae and n hear. George fAraafeen. who, just left the U>n*>ii Sym| Orchestra alter 19 years i leader, has been |ivmi PH : %  •-• %  • I and New .iiduclini;. Beecharo | ia Miiyinv." nn Sm tenaton cauaaa Mr ruau to have a noise like someone tr*:n Josef Km* huseDuring rehearsals ;iboul the be at a beet audience the flute-, pljverl on "e>fvthouse auace 1947. but he says: "I certainly haven't tikmi M CONVERSATION TOXE WHO are the ten beat conversation alisls under W Certainly I would include tn any list 3"-year-old Lord Granard. He Is a man of real ability who*< flow of words is always based nil knowledge and study. 'ust now h * receiving congntulattaB* — to which I add my i sag — on the birth of a ond daughter He livein | and married Marie ine former Prince* Faun LOUIS L. BAYLEY OF ROLTON LANE Plio.ir ItSOS Glands Made Active and Youthful Vigour Restored in 24 Hours GLOBE llltt I VI SIN*; "I P M. and ren'laniiit mri OM \i n I 01 IIIIII M p:BD Polr.cn, -ALLY PBBVU vVIUNEftnAi — illl'RM%\ 4 15 and CM tlrlUtrdrrr Rn> Taw Bell WEBB and Joam IM1I lll.'l Maraba!! THOMPSON — Virgintti I American Dodor'l Ditto very Stranajthens lloM Nervas, Body Memory. SewWi Muscles, ond tnduronc* Settee The-. Cl.rW Opaeafna-s ImplesGo Cause Killed in 3 Days ^aJiib Caltinq -srg f M?coderm let Sfcia Treafelas U'^-ae' MISS l-INDA lUSTEH ;— •.irk.^iS?*,,^,,., : nnnn \i 1 VIHIS OXT PRELUDE TO FAME K %  %  tti Double .'..bna. WcM-n.j irr TARZAN a THE LEOPARD WOMAN a THE TATTOOED STRANGER %  OTAL Tn-D*% 131 M 1 J-" %  % %  Bl.l %  ."""•wSi'* SB THE HOLLYWOOD row H rtHai %  i.'.*.v 4 w -a las | %  vt. a r.... Mi • U %  %  AM-, :• v UM I I \IM K n -HI H I LMHi . is. THE FIGHTING REDHEAD THE STRANGE MRS CRANE Moncl J v t, T>.ed' Vi-Tah. --*r- r I MassH eaai ast i. IV d R|dSI "Christmas Cards' ROBERTS & CO. Youx Stationers Dial 3301 — No. 9 High St. EXAMINE YOURSELF Can You Say'HO'to AUTlwse Questions? Japaa aatw % %  SACkACHE? %  HEUMATQM* SLEEPLCSSNESSr WIOACHEST LOSS OF ENERC17 TOO I kf Ql KM URINATIONr II raar Bioaw b "YES" Is any eas af Iha ujMinenfl lha yeu M likely a nrtaa ef I'.HIIJ hidnris. ; W,' May. A. t si awr. Tik* IV-ld 1 KidrKT Pilli li.pnfd awe>. Fee •*# haM %  .num. railiana el %  elrreri m ad aarta o4 the .*Id ha<* raund lMapt rtJr.1 and errananeM bcorfl thaaaifh taa u.e nl l!,i. faatoui rr-mrd. Dadcf'i KHWT P.!l. arc aah> — aaat Is hary iinl -ait I) lakr Bolll* al *1 pTU 2 || Dodds Kidney Pilh Children*' Parly Y ESTERDAY afternoon %  >hildren's part> was held at the residence of Mi and Mrs. J A Roberts. Aquatic Gap in honour of their cranddaughtei ljnda Foster who celebrated her Hist Urahday. Amotuji tiic tin> tola present who joined m the birthday celebratsom were -Joanne am! Wayne Hunt*. Adrian Gale. Catherine and David Potcrkin. Suun Gale, and ft-Ui und Oall Manning. A cubic of btrthdav greeting. love and klsaea Was sent by Lmd-'Daddy. Mr. Paul Foster who is at present in England and who regrets very much not being pix-cnl to I""' ui thr 11 lehrations himself. lmiran*U M R. AND MRS. I' A. CLARKE and Ih-ir son Brian of Trimdad, weic amoni: the intransit pancaajeri i> the "Golfito" on rial ay far England. Mr. Clarfca Who imploycd at the I'urt-of-Spaiii branch 01 B*rBaalk hna now been transferred to the London Branch. He spent two and a half year* In Trinidad utid he said that hie st.i> the. /far >#•• iplHMiilnu'iit M R and MRS HAM1SH FRAZER and im children. . Wine and Spirit Merchanli)f I.>nd<.n. left b> ihe Golfilo on Friday IHM on his way to Englle had been touring the aien ft.i the i>.i i t JT yasHV and will be r-"nding a iiolida> in Kngland bef' re conuim out f ii another trip Tmn •'> Tomorrow T IE Lawn lentiM match between "IV.ne> llynam and IkiuiiWon l will now take place inmoiTow afternoon at •W'.;>d5Kii'" Bav Street as part of the dnve to raise fund, for Ihrhttmas Chartllei. %  VIAJLA IIIL4IKLS s. i r:... i TOW nan i .i Ailr.rUan iHl* Waab. i I TUOM.M ".i inius/' VS. A si | .. Nl. MAX Mllll %  r M iii ruw.Hi iTVvhnHolur IIN(. lit riUMAS REDIFFUSION HI MI* (I THI. PUBLIC III .1 the %  OIIIIIHIKIUIM.II Srhrin| niies f m < ml i n HcVStssanaf Isl. Take MVtaStJUfJ nf lit. C'u'.h CMawaalaaaM offere;! 'y ilUrmlnri %  new Suhsrrihers helore thai dale. Itl.lMI I I'SION WILL PAY 51.50 in rush for every new Sub eriher lirouiflit lo und accepted by lite Company, up In the I'lsl October. X^ ##€'/ .v ii it It iti'ttiffiisiim. RKIHKFITSION Trafalgar Strevl ? WHO IS THE THIRD VISITOR ? ,;^V^v.V^v///////,v/^//////////////^V//AV/y/ % %  (! %  <. Kl Lew AVRKS riix .HI i sit oi IIMI _^ "Itiv M enu I ME I i > HID %  -a r M IAN ON TIII mi. i niHi •X*-yO-S->0->V*->',**V*----<^V-----. JIM HHUVUI roTTsas Asrinav i-inv naAMia itrrr gSSSWOl I 11 us \l SOU UK M M I ID Mtl.K miiiiiWORM rowniaa WABOOVIA HA/OB m M.I s %  AOLCN rot LTsoa IM 11*111 M..I-IIM VITAB PtrANTOI. inmn. naors (. CARLTON BROWNE Wkatoute a K.UU Dnu.Wl ;, IM Kxback Hi Obi I.1J £a I 1 Si \ij \V^ J\ ^Hf f ^^ f ^fpM \ 1 Tsr^l I JSIBB,' •aeL^BBBBBBal WaaTI' i J mjJBM MR t MRS OEOROE NEHAUI. IT Till BARBADOS A'JI'ATIC CI.I'B i* (•( 1-K-JI and Visilinu M. ml., ,. on |v j The Barbados Water Polo Assorialiiin o Pnaanti on I S •'"' %  • % %  IX TOIII R 1ST TKST Ladta 8J0 p.m. J licnl. f.OO p.m. ADMISSION' TO PIEB — I I; DuncihK ir,.n> III ,,.,„. Mirinichl, Musir b>> Cnrwcn'i, Trio \.'MISSION Tl) ".MIKOOM I S nUDAV. IIITII <1( TOIIKK 2NI> TKST 5 l.nilii-s H.:HI p. nl •I '" %  "'9.(10 p.m. MI'IISSION ft) I'lHi — I i BATURDAt-, 25TII OCTOBSa —1B0 TKST '•" li s 8J0 p.m. '••"' %  • 9.CMI p.m. IDMISBION TO Fir.R 2 $ § IIWICIIIK I...... Ill p.m. i„ 2 „.,„. : „ ; M„,i r hv I\:iMISSION TO IIM.I.ROOM lidr. iUNUAV MTU I. ill Ml V. Sll..],(,. | i.ili. II ..I Clips last a. III. 11..Ill a.m. -.-.•^•-^•.•.---.-.-.-.•.-.-.•.-.-.-.•.•.•.-.-.•.•.•.•-•.-.•.•.-.•.-.^.-.•.-.-.-.•.•.. ON THE 1ST. NOVEMBER DANCING SIM) p.m Ct'EWKN K OKCH. DRESS OPTIONAL \fnrriiil i I'ttfrday Y ESTERDAY afternoon at 5.00 o'clock at Providence. CBBTM I Church. Mr. George Nehaul. brother of Dr. B. B. G. Nehaul ol Georgetown. BnU oi pink n-ntaiii? with a double Bared skirt. Her close filling bodice wns off-the-shoulder and formed four petals at the fronl. |Mtl pcttil V|| tipped in blu* • id she lamed a blue fealherei' 3m. The duties of bestman weic pci-fi>rmvd by Mr. Stanley Blanchette while thoae of UCflMr* Ml la Mi. lonard Banfleld. Mr. Anthony Smith, and Mr. JH. k Baft. A i-eception wa> held at the hornet nf the brida's paTents. Seai'les Factory and the happv couple left by B.W.I.A. for Grenada this morning where they will spend the honeymoon f ueat.o of Miss Udeen lint Hull. IiulrjuiidHoliday M RS. VASS1E MORRIS, wife cif Mr. Sum Morris, Secretary of the League of Coloured People, and her sister Mrs. Daphne Mason wife of Mr. D A. Mason. Editor of the 'Voice of Curacao" :,rriveu recently from Grenada for an In.1in m holiday. They are Spooner of Huulvr Tailor l/rrr A RRIVING recently m the colon% and enjoying much ol the amenities of this island was Mr. Pitz Blackman, popular Trinidad Master Tailor of 33, Ahercrombv Street He arrived a little atPM the Curih Bears after fitting out their costumes for the tour. He Bpreggad delight with a very lovely holiday spent al Atlantis. Bnthaheba. ttHurninf: To Kiiglund M B. and MRS. G H. HARTLEY and their two children, tfcith and Jean, are now returning to England after spending 18 "ninths in Trin dad Thev were inlrani.il by the Gnltrto" on Friday last. Mr. Hartley who la ., Civil Engineer .,employed HI Trinidad ah Cl.-rk of Works at the Works and Hydraulics. He wHl spend %  bout two months in England befoie going on to Bast Africa to tike up u similar appointment with the Government. Pour Honlhu' Holiday M R. D. H. M. Gordon of Apex Oilfields, Trinidad, left on the Gofftro on Friday for Knglioui on four months' holiday. For the past month he was staving with hi* father Mr. G H. Gordon. Engineering Adviser of the Comptroller for Development ond Welfare, at St. Lawrence Osp Bark Home JLMH WIUJAM STEWART of "* Woodford Lodge Estate Trinidad will be returning to his home in Scotland after spending three years in Trinidad. He left .in the Goiflf-, „„ Friday last. Recovering H ER many friends will be glad to heur that Mb* Muriel PatTtS, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. e. C. Parris. of Tudor Bridge and a pupil of Queen's College, has li..d a successful appendicitis operation and Is recovering rapidly. Piano Ftecilal M ISS KATHLEEN HURRAN. English Pianist, who is on %  nve-nsontb totsr nf the British West Indies, is expected to arrive in Barbados on Wednesday. She nai already broadcast in Trinidad and ha B given recltabi in St. Vincent and Grenada. Her concert recitals in England leceivcd high appreciative notice n the l/mdo'i Press, Miss Hunan will be remaining in Barbado* for a week during which time she will give a reeltnl at the British Council on Frldav, Oetoner 24 Baby Competition' I N connection with the Cow & Gate Barbados' Bonniest Bahv Competition of 1952. Mrs. A. W. Scott, wife of Dr. A. W Scott has kindly consented to take core of the show this year as Mr;. F. N. Grannum will be aivav in England The Judges for the competition "iave now been decided on. and I re a follows: Dr. A. S. Cflto. Dr. Colin Vnughan. Dr. George Fmia %  ;.-. I). Charles Manning, Mr. Ha/el Hart. Mrs. Verc Deane. Mrs. L A. Hall, and Mrs. F. A. Bishop. Hrg. J, P. O'Mahony. g/lfe of Dr. O'Mahony. Chief Medical OfJlcer. will distribute the pffgeS. The pictures of the twelve babies selected will appear In the Sunday Advocate of Novembei 9lh and the Final Judging and Prize Giving will tke place Ml Saturday 22 November In the Ballroom of the Barbados Aqualic Chili when all parents together with the babies who have been entered in the competition, ore HSked to attend. llappy Birthday C ONGRATULATIONS to Miss Joan Thorpe and Miss lam he Skeetc who celebrate their birthdays tomorrow. Many happy irturm of the dav nnd best wafhei for you both. Service* At Y.W.Cjk. 'X'HE VERY REVEREND The JI Dean G. L V. Hatlewood will hold religious services at the Hall of the Y.W.C.A., Pinfold Street to-oa>. starting at 4.30 p.m. All members and friends are corHialli invited. Will Spend 12 Month* WHS. R. L. OSBORNE. wife of 1Y1 • ,< %  Diifctor of Works ana Hydraulic*. Trinidad was Intransit nn Friday bv the GiifiU on her way to the U.K. where she will spend tbout 12 monthHolidaying In Barbado* M R. and MRS. GREENIDCr. of Caroni Ltd Trinidad were among the arrivals by the Goldfo on Friday last from the UK where they had been spending three months of their long leave. They said that they had a verv enjoyable holiday and they will be spending a few weeks in Barbados with their children on Maxwell's Coast before returning to Trinidad in November, I I EXCELLENT VALUES 1VHITK CRKPK M" I'RINTKI) LINGKR1E CREPE 3" FLORAL CREPE 3" Exclusive Design* ALSO SHOPPING BAGS with Zipps f . IK 1.M . %  — $3.2 T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) I aYOUR SHOE STORE PHONE: :-: 4220 I I I



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sINDAV. (M'TOBF.R 19. 113! SUNDAY ADVOCATE \t lilt' i iliriliu: POULTRY Farm and Garden INTERNATIONAL NOTES INTRIGUE AFTER having seen DIPLOMATIC COURIKR .i ihu Globe, I have comt to the concluwoo that lh'sc "hot mcs^e'' boys of ihe U*S. State Department don't have a dull moment and that theit job is definitely not for any individual who is doubtful of his blood prvtfuipl i '• %  .1 .'• %  i.ev's fM>Vl'l Errand it has all ho '"mi'iiwb for a slick, ipj rnalodrama, besiauna *itii ita? couriai hx contact aavnt miirut-rN and the -.ret duui>ent. jron; j n^^t.iuu* waartan \! to UK %  -pies moving ground wiU ble lAObfruBvi %  < % %  -.;i n d ,i glamorous American girl from All this add:, lurdei <>i which a farmpun tab ., [r. 1 ii--roiuirn'ntal train screechaa> scrus* Eui ends in the meittnc-p. : nation:*! in!ritur—Trieste. AllieOUTH i. TM .Thing he's fi.it Into .1 rola—that though mi*ei:i i^ )ua| M rugged in action U m rr-eent period ones and In his mts~ MOII bahmd UM Iron Curtain, he luni Ule gamut >! Mint shot %  ( tubbed, drugged and thrown Into a river, to KNV nothing of two knock-down drag-out fights with HIW unpleasant Russians. Patricia Neal nnd Hddegiirde Neft i on tribute their share of complications and one of lhc:n nearly lings the curtain down on him. Miss NetT, a Europriin some talent, gives a |>articularly good performnnce ii the ugent who plunges the coiiiKi into a network uf intrigue. Stephen McNally and Karl Midden round out a strong cast and both give good sound performances. The Austrian countryside, the hotels, cafes ;md flats of Trieste S ire an authentic background to e U.S. and Soviet agents' game of hare and hounds, while competent direction and good photography insure ItlfU tcrest in the cloak ,ind dagger ac_ tivltles of the DIPLOMATIC covmm IN dn CRROL FLYNN MARA HAM This week-end. the Plaza. Bridgetown Is snowing MARA MARU. U latest adventure of Errol Flynn. It ia somewhat overcrowded melodrama with an avaricious gatin of cut-throats in search of i sunken treasure. The picture opens with fast and furious action when Mason, a deep-sea diver (Enrol Flynn) brings his partner home drunk and raving %  bout a hidden treasure. La let Jn the evening, t h e part net is discovered murdered the diver's room ransacked and the latter held for murder. Released because of an alibi from a man IVRONI: I'own. who knew the real killei. Mason l taken to the head of a gang who are after the same traajnm and who persuades him to join them. On board the Mara Mam. Mason guides the ship to the spol and in the middle of a typhoon, i.wn and salvages what luins out to be a diamond cross stolen from a church in Manilla, from there on. It's each one for himself and no holds barred. The action is sustained, what with deep-sta diving sequence* double crossing, a love triangle, a storm at sea and the last minute reformation of a roitue, but due to the abrupt introduction of a religious note, the ending of the picture is ofT-ke\ with UM ' of it. Errol Flynn and Ruth Roman bead a capable cast, but there an so many factions and so much takes place, that at the end one can't be sure that everyone has been accounted for. ALONG TIIK (jRKAT in vi in: ALONG THE GREAT I.IVII ft] ;( | Ihe nwhurajsl Plaza is, as ilsl name suggest*, a western nut with a psychological flavour. The baste action is a long, hot. I thirsty trek across the desert with all ih< tftendgrn' batted, tuspicaon. intrigue and murder among the i mombCSI of the part) Briefly. Ihe | story concerns a VS. Marshal | who rescues an elderly rustler and would be murderer from a lynching party, and on turning tut, ioner-over to lh law, discovers Ms Innocence. Top acting honours go to veteran Walter Brennan who gives a fine performance as the old rustler and supplies the wit and humour (or Ai.ich he is famous. Virginia Mayo jilays a new type of role as the old man's daughter who is torn between her loyalty and affection for hex father and her love for the marshal. She doe' the part competently—and looks it. with short hair, an old felt hat and blue jeans. Kirk Douglas plays the marshal and gives a good bill performance from tho physical angle, but the characterization of the hard and fast hero who suffers from a father Hxation, is somewhat confused am inclined to agree with another erilic who says "Perhaps western characters Just naturally teem more at home wrestling with each other than with their own frustrations John Agar and Ray Teal complete the cast —apart from minor roles. istes such as ours Hon needed for the poultry house, but last week's heavy rains remind us of the advisability of having tarpaulin or other curtain protection when Vic weather u. bad Always rtmcmUi that the purpose of good management is to get more tginDrool Ul.n.is you havi tnd that the more i iiiasMwalliii V.III bens receive the greatf your rhiiaei of xettmjt mart Having taken ever) care to five youi hem ihe bast In nouwng and feeding laying and drinking equip*ont neglect to look after the •aaa. Earlier I mentioned ibal vou ahould provide one neat for each seven bens. Keep the Bool "f Uu /•red with rnegasse and keep the nest, well littered with or straw Keep the under-side of perches covered with m to 2 inch mesh. It, gB||0t wire Keep hens in ih house when yards are muddy Have handc lean when gathcrinu the eggs. Pack eggs in good eases. Ad of this l know seems hk. leachinc niaridntothci *o suck c,yi> .it.d it would not be surprfcuia If the old hand* in the priiltiy game regarded it .is vei; stuff and obvious. Of BOU eli %  .1 -i.t.uy and oi i> obvious, but most of tO l>e taught to Cjeao DUJ Ueth daily before we acquired the habft. One rias only to keep open when driving around the countryside or when visiting ihe houses of frlM keep poultryto realise how great is the need for elemental 1 ] notes such as these. Perhaps when the standards of more poultry-keepers have risen to the level of some of Thi >iiccessful poultry-farmers n the i-land %  more advanced column will be required Meanwhile 1 would like to thank the correspondent for his interesting letter on megasee and would appreciate 'ODununicatians from anyone w h o s e experience in -poultry-keeping in Barbados would be of value to other pouliiy-keepers. But to get back to eggs. Donl let broody hens stay in the nest, i Keep them in broody coops. And. gather your eggs at least three 1 times daily. If you market eggsl pack them properly with Ihe small end down. I (Hill PROBLEMS— Hy Agricola IN THE CURRENT ISSUE of the West India Committee Circular, the editorial reviews a recent publication <>r ihe Foundation fur ScientificResearch in Surinam and UM Netherland Antilles, which deals with the question of food resource-* in the Caribbr.m in terms of potential arable land available per peraoT> furores quoted for UV I'.r jjei west Indian islands are Harhados 03 acre Jamaica. 0 aege; U-eward Islands. 0 55 acrt Trli.idad and Tobago. 0.9 acre Wtndard Islands. 0 55 acre Those figures are of inteo received a."* l-ouit of view of Ihe land UK GalNNUh. HINIS FOR AMATEURS >JtMM ng letter ttom a' %  •aarjto provide Ihf naouMt reader, giving his experience with nutrition for a population wh^'. Uuj HUH r plumbago. As other reader* will {continues to increase at the also find it interesting it is reof two (2) per cent, per uuiun t-ruduceu hei, ind reads as fotI It provides an ever-increasing aduwa. — mun--.ialive problem fyi Ooven "Follow,n s is an experience ment and those concerned witn thai may ***• of UMar r H \uu. ; the application of scienUAe mta* Bovv/al yean, ago J obi.nucrl some i lue puunhagk) plants liom Grauras fur coping wiUi ihe need to %  the conservation "f naturi reeouieev tugethci m in maJntexiance and Improvement oi soil feiulity. leading to UKft'tafd crop pi relate i matter' The review rop>rred to not' asithat American nulritunlsta ;anar aim:: i| .ippiuxauiu 1> I (J .image proOULUVi arabh land aie required i.. pi w. ML v Si IsUehail avu, rtUbushed Wncn ihe hedge d that two of the I i a uliimk^go and I removed ihesi t--<. from the hedge i Ui ing thejn to gro* ihen 1. isb or plant. Tin wQiu plants have sine* benj about fuui feet high, and six feel Ln dumeicr ^ mwroum iut w\ l • with thick tr almost person. On the other hand, the continuously' In bloom. The cslculajadawarage for the rlooms arc w> l; rgc and abundant It whale, baaed on crop yield*, that the shrub F i a distance approaumales lialf an acre as tn> Uoh* like a white rose bush. minimum required While averWlnle Uim is protuiMyt qulU'!*s T -re helpful in viewing th %  u:u..l diouph 1 havg neeei wen world losltlon. local condition., any wlnte plumbago so luxurant v.ry to such an extent that each —whal U of interest is that while I -rea must ilnd its own answer Uplumbago has not been known a* the problem. Much will depend GrazeUcs for at least the pa-llon the kind of crop* ,:i fifty years." £nd of letter. the use (including rvquinn This reader's cxperiemi u ilh both man and beast) to whnch Ihe white plumbago recurring ; they arc put. In Braah „iowuu. after such .i nu m >* '' %  countries, the probh n icrliaps imist unusual and interesting not fcu formidable White plumbago b eianparative' %  permit of storage ov i %  >< ,: peril rgre, and Bus >count ma> and. If livestock nunibtn rncuutage olliei gardcncii. ed as Ihcy were in Ihilaiii dm grow tlus lovelj plant. It would .ing the war — a reasonably gc. be interesUDg lo know how nutrition level for the populaii"'-' the reader treated his whiic I can be secured by careful raUoiun plumbago t<< yd *>uch a luxuriant' and balancing of the diet. But. growth, what %  oil tl was planted in doing so. IJriuan/i Drive away UGLY SKIN diseases now I briauK of <*jlv quti and pirnr-l.iv up vout Uun in h -Ilh 1 1* 1> I I.J (t. .1.-. nl,..< pin and (mbairaunKni aaa all nh die •nu^t. csnsai P Dl> Prn HOW DDD. ACTI SO QUKRtT IM' i> asaaB II mil %  '. .( into iKt pnrca • %  lite •*"' ixdrtinmhcsinTiv Jm. laaWana ana bnas -i-.a'.n..ii % %  • % %  .-•-' %  i tti.VJ*MiJ. af I>r J< .'.*.! aaa 1 Mi i a DDD PRESCRIPTION CADBURY'S D/IIIY NILS CHOCOLATE LISTENING HOURS SI'NDAV. r>TTonEn i. isu *t"is au ui: H a W |N I Tfc. atrwa 4 tS~p~i Natiia.*' (ici| A—(nibu I .tui. B > Mull Hui.r. s.a l> lit 30 P m UarntK.tf ArrW*. li o.m fj^iii. siaaaoar r. j-, %  T..miri* Pai.flr a, InUtfloar 7 00 u Tfc,Nm, 1.1" p m n om N,„ f„ IS — is U v> "'-' tlb*n Vokn. : 44 |. ir aunaaj Sarvkv. I II p m Raft?" Hswi rvrl. t 3 p in Puccini. 1*0 u pi H-licinu. Talk, S 00 p m ThiHall* Oi Chestts. 1S0D pin Tha Na*. 10.1 |> rn |-. m 17^ Bdllotl.l. 10 IS p m London rorum. 10 4ft Muilr U.g.ilm MC.NDAV. ocToaaat issa • at m p.m. MUaim 4 00 p in The Nrw> 4 IS B ir. Tt nall> Sarvlca. 4 13 pm Wilromr I Britain. # i>m rU Sawande, S I p.m LMUnrre ChnM-e. S SO p m Wall MlBelWu. 1* P m Mairlklns ai Wi.it. ,.L %  %  m ,,_„u AUund Up PnnSM rfttsal I N p n H "<"^ 7 10 p in Home NwT -.. I; IS %  • •ta.se. si tt m m ;i H ,, 1 U—.t,. la i.. Ik n II> Hallada a Sonai. S It BaaUa Hi I %  p n. Thr ition. i u p n> hsai r>n. •*...V\. 0 ( Aan a p m mu Enan a... Thp Mm*. 1I" 1 %  II nir nan. rlala. 10 15 p m [•. ut JI i n> InlcMud. ol in. position In the itarden manure and water. Ordinarily ihe blue plumbago IhTiV** besi in poor rather gi.ivcU soil wiUi hUJe inanur* of water Perhaps the luxuriant umwih and large blooms "f the adUte plunibsso are Ihe resuli i>f dilterent breaunent. ji depends on olants geltiup tlie right tie,i!iot i I %  gardener who can't gel crialn %  %  .. ing Ihem the rondilionlhc> like. It is well worth while when planting an>' new plain to Ilnd OUl /rum some other Hardener sJJ it.likes and d. IkebaCOTC planting A useful rnernber to bavi In Ihe arujcn 15 Baby's Brcatl. I Ightful line fcalhcrj (cm used .so much in wreaths and general decoiHtion. a Baby'5 Bicalli lc>ks tovtl) lOo made .*) in hanging baskets, when, in time duc c gran meat notablv beef cattle were drastically auclng hen* and sheep, leduted. In this connection it should be 1.0I1 ih.it slock pre 1 and may consume great deal of food grown on land which con be utilized tor producing ceienl-, loots, vegetables and pulses capable of niainLumg a much larger huinun popUlaUon This halong been recognized. Did nut Sir Thumas More, a leading phih^ophcr ol hi* day. onco declaim that 'sheep were eating men' in reference to Britain '* mangr during 'ht early periodi from an arable to a pastoral, nnMej IXurtng w*irid War 11. Britain iv verted again to eV .oahi. land policy and she is now irylnjc to balance things up Qerman>. it may be recalled, vassal slates proand vegetiiUles. bin it covers the wootc bagket UDtll it ihe look nio-t of Iheir liveslock look* like n green hall. lo balain e her own food needs. Baby's Breath is propagated by Well, of course, no one loot division: tt I I 'I. down diet rules which emn h aa m bul when it does make a *Urt it 1 the calories and leave out of cunspreads rapidiv and often has to skteseUon the psycholniilcal be controlled when it thrc.itcnlo AKpecU. preparation, palatabllit> overrun everything else. < attractlvcnoss, and clfmale too It likes phade and moisture, bul all play a part in eating habits. will grbW In quite poor soil. i.\ ten Ml a characteristic which must be watched however, as sometimes .t will revert back to a coarse straight leaf uutead of the rt. %  rther. leaf It should be. This should be watched for, and the onVndlnK leaf cut out. If this is not done, the whole fn n may in time revel only to the Ni back to a coalite conunon I>TIIRet irnlng %• Sonw achieve a npe old age S ite of then pOOT ehoice of food. lers by austerity. Longevil, has been often attained in England on a heavy, riih diet of meal antTpuddingh. The Chinese peasant who use. meat and eggs sparsely, largely as a flavouring. has an expectation uf life second v ZeaUnder the pi % %  ilii.i Baby's Breath look* lovely in a West Indies am! Barbados in paiH-vk Garden plgOl tU PS. pCtllai. It is well nigh Impossible Coleus and S ngle BaUai.i make undei the condition* of climate cot 1 %  1 when tnd "'her factors influencing proplaotad in between. Iductlon. lo visualUk; that adcAiiothcT useful plant In have Is quah nutrition can be maintained the Inntf coarse lem Patoo on 0 3 acre per person In nth*lake., IQIU lune lo sl-rt hut once word, we must convnue to n % %  established it spread rapidly, port food or starve With ihe once it is given shade and moispopulation steadily Increasing ture. The coarse /em Is useful and no room for further expanIn tall vii.se with long sprays of slon ef staple industries to pay flowers. for such imports hunger may not This fern is ,ilo propagated by be round the corner, bul certainly root division. nil far away. STOP PAIN QUICKLY The famous threefold action ol I 1NS1C tablets RELIKVK.S PAIN. S i HF.S NERVES, COUNTERACTS DEl'RES SION. "No matter how mUKU the pain, no matter how OMry your nerves, how depmud you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you relief and comfort, quickly and safely. 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EAT HUMBLE PIE I Look At The lt.(,.—Jnimiiia Tour Us 11. a ini'Pis Yesterday's Cricket HOW GOOD IS TULYAR? Hy 111 Hth IE R ATHFK iia—nlclaill morning that I would have to write tome note* for to-day's column. As a matter of 1 last SunWILL1 .wthout any official toehas come to Barbados thai il>e (Teat Indies Is "on". If Uw at hedging and blundernj*. other rumour, of hide and ^oek 1 in tj 1 West Indies cricket, well thu. 11 the ft a Rumou! has succeeded rumour that the Indi.. Cncfcei Board • <( <"*g lots, ffC)d lO ii-tuin to the v.i'k.l n, onltf to Wipe Pi! Ihe necessary rum %  w.M IK ',( < Ben Battle informed me that he had already written in last Sunw cket on dol %  * P-PW. "XT* kind "•* %  > rcU,rn bul muat Roy Ma. ran T. N. ball ....... traaa the %  %  *•• %  1 had set -cud .t before he mentioned it. four wickets for 39 twice late cut him for a brace ""narks a little premature. He in a far better position than I to — three for Mre^pecUvely -ad a four, and again pulled him Judge local form for th* forthcoming meeting and 1 hope to preva.l LowlerT to l-le *"ckets off the back foot for another two "P" h "" lo continue -t least until this fixture is concluded, were Fnr Atki; %  in Mill who 80 minutes, took one each. Two fours by McKenzie off My visit to the track yesterday was very pleasant Indeed after nx months' ab*ence. The feeling of being back home was made all the 1 enjoyable by the numerous words of greeting I received 1 did miss a few old familiar ones however among both nan and beast. In spite of all the grand racecourses I have seen l my trip the little Garrison Savannah is still not without Its charms. udden duck under of the ring searching desperately fo 1 1 shall tnerefore take the advice of '•£" &!£&^.nX^^^D.wiK$ "say* g ajc** "^ ~ %  —s^>s~— of the West Indies later this year that it was the concensus of opinion tm uno lr United 21 Other Bowen had him caught by K. E. West Indies Cricket Board of Control, would of necessity find 00 1 supporting innings wenWalcott fi.-Mm,: abeH on the themselves unable to enter! > wal requests for varlatj 1 %  ) Hewitt 23. and Skipper wicket. "'' .MAKKIJ. ,„S*F.GARD r*"-!J —n-d .,,. nSSS JZ I S •£. * *£ £ |N addilion lo .hi, the Indian CAM Board of Control h.d ahown £* %  • %  '>* "1 for aco !" Pcup, Hutchinann .no "*> "fijg ,£ \" C !" \."L .teavws sss-sss a &£ftsrLMi varMsVirs ; s? m, hi mi *c o,umn w,ui v rew n circles that of a truth lh* Indtaiu ... .. M h their many 'umed with their scores at 2 attack at the Weymoulh end. After "' iuiyar. international commitments this year si ..<,& to wiggle out ; ,n d 10 respeetivelv. With the %  %  more overs by H->wcn. H.-TMof IMI iixiiu. with HIP Weal li total nl M, Fteter was out to .1 Sd IVI>I>> HuU-hinI m still ol Unit optOJoC %  Bt the West Indies crickr-t catch bv Pre in•" 8-vr ii difficult chance the usual Intarvh a re it*, sra seeking to inform us that Atklnwrn's bowling. Six runs C\ Wolcott at Silly mid-off. the tour will still • the Board of ManageLiter, Mr is nut However, In lbs Ml ment of the Barbados Cricket Association has had the 'guts' to point caught by R. Lawless F"^!***..??*r d .. 0 ? .9 ont C? 1 ,n .' l MJishaU's bowling for 8* runs, struck the bottom'1 I should imagine that it difficult for the racing world outside In ci Britain to imagine Tulyar as anything but the greatest race hon* of all time that has ever been produced in that country. He was ne jnboJ, n this season, his victories included the Derby. St. Legcr, King ft> leg, the ball c,eor k' c v all *l Wuevn EUzabeth Stakes and the Eclipse Stakes, and he is 1 edaW of ti • hat n ? W %  K rcaU? tal( winner by a colossal margin over the last holder out respectfully to tlio West Ind __ &? g J^"*'" Sf""_ h d ; wrthout D any Ul ao % %  and want straight"bssW"uJu7 &Q*&J2 !" £2**2* 1£&* % %  n^ is rn a lh r asghltsh, h^tii^?rttS!a^S?n' T r no ,rt 1 b #V !" to *" lntrreoh.ni.1 tnur st ,,.. Allen. was adjured bowltrt hand Marshall joined ,,IS m5rk fls lon •*> >8W. between Trinidad and Barbados that would have the Imnunse attntc, ulu ; of MnV ley befori to tha Williams. Bui ln Britain itself it was not until Tulyar had won the St. Leg, Four were out for M, and still ma t the racing journalists and critter d Barbados that-would hav :'," •••>• %  •. • t.am that Is their inferior in International 1 SBUECTOB8 HAVE SKPAKATKD i TV) ado lo Uk In ties Cricket Board 0t Control do? Thaj mat In Trinidad. UNOFFICIALLY before going on to British Oulana to watch the BG.-Jamaica tour the to choose a captain for the Indian tour. u* Is not likely to materialise and the. I Ir plans (or departing; to their own lands and they said so. FoUowlnJ anes the unofficial news that the Indian tour, which to BU Intents and purposes was i>n". This means that the captain will not have seen the Jsa team in action against British Guiana, neither will the sele. I ascend to come, will >e %  %  HKAKSAY "II KMGN |t.\N(iKR(HS T HE West Indk 1 ls past have suffered from 11 n hearsay pah PJarrOW A the 139 tour .. nnd vir had a ready-made passenger for the tOUl m from Canada for the lour to India In l4ii .mil uMr WH in. ids i< ksssaujei If the In ehanneliuit the whole affair into the rrxln of thf comedy then 11. ; n-member that West Indie11 uitch status wai %  hat can now bt %  ty in a spate of. Simmon: uned Hewitt —came out with any definite Carlton were 12 runs short of opinions that he was really a great one. Even now opinion seems to tf that th. ^"^."oS Z S"iSS ""•"""' >"• *** %  A tour £ ' >"dcd on ,u how h, compa.e, with the S hSSST o %  %  bowUnJ tor 14 w 111. !" n?lil '" ""• '"" | -"'> 1 "'' boundry by J c „ pa i l ;_ M rc ."'." a h ^ ,ra ""-'/ 'd to r.lc him not a, hi,l,VM !.> S; iH? I i %  !" ui m """> "BOOflM" Willi.ims r^lucvd the [> ,W|ndor Lad. whom he trained to win the Derby and St Lnei 1 ttWMB? 1,^,1^ h a "' l ,."""i" Cd " mr '"'"" ••• i!^' ,,kC T """ r "'"<" %  S, "" k •*• ""'' %  K5S U. a !" hiiTIcV TIC 11. IK IilTlllllI I111I iif'i"!Kl> i(iLii.i.....l .. %  > ...... thlo enai.ii.n.4 .^.1 ...II(it... %  __ • • %  m' T. Ihif il.'.'.'i"? bU """„, h, t ,ll,,nl ^ l RarriTwu using a limilar neld |U "'"" !" ""' n"y !" de WlndaorLad, V3 Barha7n tolhi Si nposed lo be ipend1, J '." """ "',?*• "! rem m to EowW,. Two silly mid offa. a }?'** %  >J' '"'f wh cn "' the three he thuuu Ihe best. 11. Ins baUmen could only add 20 ,|ip. h „n aiUly point rover and ho ' cv ". lvr Tu 1 *" the h:heal mark., for temperament, between them artii the etm lumai % %  t ,aa far (rain comfortable ed'ged „. J"", „ own H %  nprMaion. of Tulyar arc very limited. 1 mlawd Iha oite pan the slip th 1,1 ( !" r a gf^by by %  day When he waa racing and winning the King (Jeorg.. i.p II. Id for a vi and Queer, El„„l^lh SlaKes agad ihc Eclipse Stakea. I w'aa awiv at the end of the over Ml the parade ring at IJoneaster fell considerably short of what one Mmns -I Zu^ v,s ,,; ""V inia nc a u T dcr h r t •? '" k ,lkc (it < !" '' ""I been .„ n ,h *' %  "'" *.•*"'• '<"'K enSugh to know tha t horses do not run on The Interval found Williams unlooks only. The Trump. <,,e ol A,.Mr..l,,'s grentct was a runt Bu I have mm pictures of Ormorde and Barham and I am sure that flesh they would have rilled my eye. In fact. Alcinus, the I-.tiked as I should imagine Ormonde The queen's Gay Time was another of outbetween them and Innings closed with the Score at %  140. niving Wanderers 16 i make for victory. Istfen entered upon easy task around 3.15 and mplishod it by scorii the loss of Billy Know!, which fell when he was out caught by Simmons off Foster's .'ling for 11 luw Evelyn and d ,. f ', .!!?? 4 not oul tlv On resumption skipper Walcott Boussac entrj In lh. shifted isowen hack to the Lake would have looked. end> bringing Harris on 0 Bowen s, nl down maiden. dlfflCuJt to fault in his confirmation. His quarters arc those of tns C. B. "BoogiesWill,.inplayed "mbatsmen look sharp singles noyer and he stands I should imagine around 1S.2 or 15.3. He wag what was easily the best Inning* ?'"' Wllllum crashed Bowen as much concerned with what was going on around him as he might of his career when he scored 56 In """ 1 Ih *' covers for 4 to livers have been laznc armnd in his private paddock. runs out of Carlton's second inU| ) tht :,me %  btI Williams batted nings total ol 130 for his team to w ,fl E'eat concentration, and "" s alr ' complacency he maintained until he was led down draw their mato'i with Spartan at "teered the game admirably. He !" *tralSht In the parade before the raoa. Then as his lead rein was yueen's Park. Carlton in their played every bail on its merit, detached and Smirk gathered him up for the canter back to the llrsl inningscored 1B and Spar' In l Indeed it seemed as If nothing s,arUn S B^te. he immedtatcly became more business like, tan replied with 260 for 9 decould get him out. The score clared. Carlton in their second mounted to 90 and every run — scored 130. was hard fought for. bowling I). Lawless knockt.i %  lid. 'fouiicd number of runs to give Wanderers vntoij b) ickcts. SPARTAN vs. CARLTON' The description of the race ia a matter of well known history and although 1| was rwlher misly 1 still managed to follow the field Spartan declared Hie, am THj Bngrlu "bowling was wl,n J"*' glussis fglrly well. 1 picked him out in the middle of the v-eck inninga of 260 for 9 closed %  toady and alwaya on the apot. !'""_." ,h ,t y r L a ,'" c '"}" 1^ l t, h Ul l n Alcinus still leading, but It looked to me aa "if the further the race went, tho further away he would have continued lo go. ". -t^fT ,ne ''•'•^a waa accompl^iicl almost as la/.ly as the day al Aacot after ?• Dul Bowen iho King George VI und Queen Elizabeth Stakea when Prince Alt ,... '' .;'. ? nd ,,x Khan waa forced to drag him into the unaaddling enclosure. aecond chill ujry of liiil'cletenriTna"" fMUmptlon yesterday, sending and their fielding waa of a very V.l*!'.'"!?'. U' 0 "J'"" W '"'" ","' '"" fc '" '"rlongs remained to be ruK grn. oeiermin., |hc B1>ck Ri|ck (Mm ^ ^ ^^ ^^ sUin|| |rd i a vei> „,„„„,,, GBy Tlmc w> „„, |v go(ng to (|( „ an<| when heard ^ I wa rested in the Jamalea-Brlti.li ,or lnc Mtond lime wlUi a de„„ . '',' ""i companion, in the Press box exclaim "Tulyar's bMten" 1 Culann Tel. live eond I rta .1 ..I hid ,.w lak.ng V"K1 ,n ,fc <•' !" "„ W h ""' s< !" %  5 F""* '!?"h<," wa l "'" M ln • bj so. But the word, were no .ooner llntiah Guiana. 1 was i^uharlv Bland in thai I was fortungte lus:i The P-" ,rk """' enjoyed an early K,n !" n at the Lake end. "'" !" '" %  n "g % "'" "","" %  % %  "< %  Smirk pulled him k In Jamaica in early 15: auccess when in the third over of u "d nlmoat had Marshall caught ""* "J" 1 then, awung to Ihe ouUiar. After that he really got going D llntiah Guiana in Inle 1051 well the day. and only 5 runa on the "h?" un the wicket, the ball i' 1 ;'"" !" " 5 ;*""" '"ck out thai neck and race away from them. tins Frank King had Reynold '""ng luat short of Keith Walcott. SJ^fiLW ""' "Ky^l 11 *?"". " ">al way to see him race In vain. IN A GOOIl POSITION Ilulchinaon by the l.b.w. route for At the end of the over King's I T W "-''" '"' '' -' '"" '"•'"' I %  %  >•'• ""he wlckel was easy naced VrlXS' l'wlckc? !"!" m U m ins Ks^rutlrurton wtdM nan bul TrioraMurn and Miller whom I tipped J"' u K nl into ihe attack, G. K. wefe out for M luckv ehouan tu have "sven'thc horse of ina. Miller has been l;owlin T^ batsmen were unhurried. Play and 4 wickets stondlnx. "ne century win his last'elossic? Oi had 1 itiM seen I irood one Olid batUn Qul ma. Thev are bn-h youtijj play no In 10 nve r -. there were 6 Williams, bent on having a go. wining f rorn three-year-olds of a mediocit. en and both TnorboUrn end Miller ptajred their lli-l IntercofonlsJ mauens. and 9 runs scored. Tho cover drove iltmen for 4 but In lournament an.,,,,.-, Jamaica „ Am half hour had yielded only the last ball of the over, he was These thoughla eonlmued ,n m. mind long after the race and in ately run out for 56. ihe train back to London I confided them to Frank llarvcv of the Sunwn for 126. and day Despalch Ife had been a racing Journalist for oicr 30 yeara NOT ENTBBTAINING * ^SSii SjiS. SSS^^J -."^Kr^XSi^ APPAMNTW hi innl %  ni.-it.unmg enough for some He was also spinning It quite a leg before, rod ,. seemed Bj if late hasnl h. And he has Won more money than nnv othe^horae' rorKennj WIsharLoni of the aunouiiccrs. Those ot ; nnd Iwwied with tw< abort Spartan would have a few min"*ut the seeds of doubt were obviously still In Mr Harvev's mind He who can remember Wlshart'i perl ban can testify to 5ll JL. ml people like Tim WUn 2 o n U** t" 1 *he B 01 CeUgW m the slips off a bouncer |o *d him that Prince Aly Kh.tn had been quoted as saying that Tulyar lunny HuTl< ol Empire in their Lucas caught at one of the Silly imni King at 3.10. and the lead wou, d run next season again in the King George VI and Queen Elfruflelds by Clyde Walcott. Lucas was 57. Burke the last man was h^h Stakes and also the Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe, he said: "w.-U WO have to see how he does against the four-yenr-olds and the Thorhoiirn scored !*a in tinmiUrns, TIC 10. I tor imii | ana o i obviously toon Bowen was 5[>ot, and unfortu quick In finding a Seven 1 tunes beat both it was K\ /\of Ihe a i.nrfrbo es tl i fss U Tarilton. Teddy Hoi moat rest i I am glad thai of %  tow to fogtand ad another to AustraUi i>hind Mm has*had the Walcott a high easy catch strength of charailei to show West III hould learn to RAXI ralni-H 1 1 lu '"' Should li..bio lo hold m end up for a loiut Th P nr,lTiTr S5*l Mh. 71 w.i rorin, „ Ihcy are t.^.akc ^ !" *<^;'^ ^cX^i SSS fA -2S ttJf SSgffll KS ^ J 00 ."". 1 W2 R to erase the dafldt, Williams by Q. Bowen. Spartan were left Hurllook like %  wiper*. man like Alan Kae who baj had the experience cut against the spin and gave in. nd King sent througli bumirf-r. Burke cutting the next h-e-year-olds." Tulyar. of rourse. has already at three years old ball for a single. beaten the four-years-old. It now remains to be seen if he can bent the %  %  % % % % % % % %  as v ww ^a^^ #a 44 aiv wa a a^aaa three-year-olds when he turns four and has to give them weight. hjj : 'ial IcftCl. K.i break the back <>r lbs Brlna* Oulana howling attack ln| renecUop "t ibis einUiveswiil. <; NEW BALL BOWI.KK I N si 1 TKMHKIC las) yeai I n "aVuleer" Thomas moke good use of the new ball in Um rsnereloplnloa that he should open. But i see thu i even wiih the rxperksnea of the Harbados tour behind them thai British Oulana did not even play him in the first game and brought him on as llrsl change In the second game. must have improved i,,., beyond his wildest dreams t<> !• able to handle a new bait year of our Lord ' %  i Thomas. YAK \\\s TOW" V AI.K.NTINK. rnom f---have secorded me the honour of being dso first to sing his praises alter his I for 121 in his first Intercolonial %  our n a m eni m Truudad bi IM0, proved to uihe world bowler that I. Joined McKenzie who was very with 10 minutes to get 70 for restrained and twice Bowcn's lory, nnd the match ended well Righted leg breaks left him out further play groping down the wicket as the e> On Page 5 VlfI would not be surprised. If among the great, Tulyar is Anally ranked on the same rung of the ladder as the very horse from whom he lifted the record as the greatest money winner in British TTuf ith history. Of Isinglass the late Alfred Watson wrote: "He was one of Ihohe horses of whom it is said that they would 'make a race with .. donkey;' he accomplished what was necessary, but wasted no exertion." ,, „ 1> ''' i" Willett, writing in Facing Review for Scptcnber this year great y in the minority though he was before ln> lour to England. says: "Like Blue Peter and Alycldon and many other good horses lair* V i damage on the ultra perfect and honest Bourda Tuly-ir does not exert himself more than necessary. In U.e hackneyed cket at first but as soon as the wicket showed the slightest signs of phrase, 'he would make a race of it with a donkey Those words -human he had the B G. batsmen in trouble. Hern written with a space of some M years between them. I find U i preicr to treat the scores made by the B.G. batsmen from its more than passing strange that they should be written of the two perspective rather than the n ,, tamed against horses who r* the two greatest money winners. It is also of Interest the hand alt. i hand bowling which the Barbados selectors sent down t<> note that Isinglass was beaten once in a dozen starts. So far [here last year Tulyar has been beaten once and that was last year in his first race as a i'tlc we in these parts are learning to appreciate and two-year-old. Istiuflaai won CS7,teB in stakes. Tulyar's record ao ricket an it should be pi far is upwards of £77,000. value PH0SFERINE to relieve DEPRESSION If you arc t gea psrn gas] daj pendenttal I'lli'M BRINB. Bred naw lead loan iu boa, I"-* "i %  neuH ui.\ tattm$ ol thhauviion. 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SUNDAY, OCTOBER H, 1K2 SUM 1\ ADVOCATE PACE I iv i Jamaica Score 517 RunsFor 6 Bon it to, Binns YESTERDAY'S CRICKET PICKWICK Vk. Utl'lKL Aoal Huloer piuvvd the must 'ne Pick w.cA-Empire match -• m*uutuve MI iar lor me day. me Oral, although piunuaing an Homer took uc wicsets oi cxcitaif Onuh, petauad out into Murme and Taylor wuuu m. a tame draw. Clairmome DePeua Foster waa run out lur two. lajaQr brightened tba day a cricket, in a made lour but Worrae did 001 old to Jain an outright victory open hi* account, io alarms* lavfor rut team, he scored a force% %  • uvrtiad .-.. 'ul W. iium baniaa LB* artaaM .ma IOOK Pickwick Mwuxvtl lu -i ""'inn puau iron the match. lUruSS %  resssro Iron Mforsne. Jordan, the Pickwick alow bowlPickwick M-.nrea at Uwu •r. d e man de d the respect ol all lumrieou total oi lit lor seven the Empire balamen with the exWMkitta J. Ciievmdgc two and *.. cepuoii of the tactful DePeiu. Ho-u svven. both not out Forty To Try For Rocktey Team B, HAKVEV foHj golfers will W R. ihe lumiuig for place* on the Hock ley team that will JOUTOJ to SC Andrew*, Trinidad. M defend the fctWlBtyfa Memorial Oct 1H Cup rl v ln Fe b""U7. a* the J.m..c. sp*m upthtt day al the wickeU and a. cto. *'£. <£"* %  ^rdm*"' oi play had 51 (Of >ix wickets. A record breaking fourth me standing-, on the wicket partnership of 28.1 b> Neville Honitto and Alfie BtaUM was the feat HIT oi the second day's play against British i lui.m.i In Hit Centuries (Knini Our Own Curmpondent) GEORGETOWN. BG., .'$ Grenadians day which started .. .iving continued until well past the Jordan finished the day with the Kinpiru I8u run* io make in an luncheon interval with axtnmeh brilliant analyiia of seven overs, i'ur UN miiiuice lor victory slow batting but which rose to .. %  *" %  \Y/.-* .1.,-.., I two maldena, 40 runs, six wicket* Alter lunch J By nor and S. crescendo of free hitting with ilu \Jil W UlilWUrCIb On the first day ol the game Ituddcr opened IM kutpuv vouthful Blnm punishing all bowl—, JJJJ-5 sssa !" Cricket Team His tnnlngv included three lualy sixes and Pickwick scored 203. Empire reSecond Innings. H. Jordan opened plied with lag on the following the attack for Pickwick. Three Saturday. When the game reruns were scored oS this first eumed yesterday the Pickwick over, j. Grccnidge bowled the Second Innings stood at 17 with"• xl ov lrom Ul souuiem end. out loss. Pickwick took their Tnis yielded four runs. In Jorecore to 131 before declaring at u *" •*""* ov r h ciean bowl lunch. lQ ""<<>" The Bank Hall team was given "* WCll IliglltAM an hour and 45 minute' in which Tno i tm P u e rrieket was loose fielders *"*" iii itoui h %  '' 11< >n. U total stood at to'score the" Itu'nu^Tiacaedloi •* V€ tor oam wU ** t wn u c victory but fell short of the mark "**** jMiuierea J. Bynoc. by 47 rung 1 ^ &nt ball of Jordan I _^^^ Edwards and C. Greenidge re. third over he clean bowled Bynoe ^ ^T I the crowd egged sumed the Pickwick second with another good ball. Empire i b| nJV • nun on wim ir..i,innlngs with the score 17 without total was now ten runs for two BW J„.„ ".„ „,'„., loss. Edward, seven and GramwurkeUw ^^^SsUmhi ?^ idge tight. When the total waa W. Grant nlled the breach. He OMrri rhinees .^ t tt Edward, w.. run out after and lX-lv.za .mmedjately began Rni %  „ !" JSXgTuSuyte adding only five runs to his over t u hustle for runs. i>e Peiza es.should have been well past hit•B"J1ft. ueclally placed his strokes beaudouble century with a bit more rnT. S. Birkett partnered Oreenmully. He quickly passed the terprising batting idge. Both batsmen were playquarter tvntury mark. The total British Guiana started off ening quite confident. At 67 Pick„ 1SC to 7i in 40 minutes. IX-Heiia touragmglv with %  quick Wkfcal wick encountered another setreached his half century with a off Gaskln when Prescott In an atback. C. Greenidge. who was ^ placed shot off the bowling tempt to turn him down through facing pace bowler Barker playf E. u G Hoad for two run*. 'he leg trap gave a comfortable out for 22, adding 14*run. to his Ho U ce ^ wcnt ,n b Ul wo over week total. bo*** 0 m e • ov ( ' lw ^ W Greenidge was next nut to runs. Conrad Huntc partnered bat. A few minutes later PickGrant At 4 4& Empire raaonea wick lost another wicket when the century mark. Grant was Birkett narrowly escaped being DOt out and Empire now reached run out. The total was only five BO in 50 minutes. Shortly altershort of the century when Olivei wards Huntc gave Winston GreenFields, who was brought on at idge an easy catch off the bowltbe southern end in place of my of Edwards. He made IS. Barker, beat Birkett with one of Drayton went ln but before his deliveries I>epeirj. stumped opening his account, he lifted the while Birkett was out of his ltal i ,„ give Charlie Taylor an crease. Birkett made 45. „ a ~ catch. With only two run* With the total M foi three. ., aded to Ihl Empire total, A. A BINNS M. Foster purtnered W. Oreen(! %  ,*_ WBS ,„ UK ht by. E. Ho*d off ng with little £ge Greenidge began to attack ^ ^ ^? Jora nn for two Scarlett before the Empire bowling. He scored this .ve ntld. hi, ond wick>lump wrr. dijwn. Th. Impln,, ,1 „,.,, fatal mo then 133 tot seven wlc*durik Tajlop flllrt the hcMch. rU with Grantand Field. S7 and The followlnB over, bowled by ST. OIXIKGL5. UO. 1*. Three Liieit.a. vlKKelera ha.v Km* later this month. Several new name, will be added fo the ladder on Nov. 1 and these, along with those .> heady listed, will have tare. months in which in climb high enough to gsin places on the team, which will Iv chosen on the basis of the standings on Feb 1. 1051. On the surface onlj four or Sve players appear ear* t un of their positions around the %  •p. and as the team probably will consist of twelve men there should be a wild scramble impugn the months ahM < 'naming places. OCT. 19 NO. 246 The Topic of Last Week the greater part Tn * """ l*wreiioB Fletcuu of the day in his J *"nea i'Ox ) JoniiiKi and Ton. ... shell. At one time %  ''•.''ni who have joined lha n> has under of the Wiudwardu te-ia Si, Lucia. f,n„ijng U. CoL Ceoiineli mark. Binns and Bonlttn took the %  OOn from 213 to 496 when BUuu mistimed Hill in hla effort to drive through the covan and gave Lexlie Wight ,mfitiif-i I i in n I > %  catch. That &anit over Hill who was brought into the second match to strengthen the bowling, but who so far was bowlMaoatJt, bowled he was off the Lh-Ool < %  liille C'lui' yvsU-idav veiling to qualify lunisclf for Uu lals m the Tninu-iter tup. Th. "idiiioiis were good alUiough %  %  ittle hazy. The results of the first sixteen nosen axe n follows:— Lt Col. l uunell Maj. A. S. Warron. T. G McKinstry P. A. Cbeeunan De Vertui-ii 1. A. L. Roberta. l'-C. O. SI. ,-.,; G. E. Man.. Caul ('. II Wan.*. L. W. IIass* ( Maj. J. Griffith F. D. Oav^ Capt. S. WeaUVarheadW. A. Richardson H O. Browi^ G. E. PUarim..... 1)5 94 94 93 93 93 93 93 93 90 90 90 90 90 •"he current Ladder compel)D, With prizes foi the plaj.i the tup and iinplayer who •wad* moat progreM. since ilv 1. will end on Nov. 1. at which time the additional entries will be included. Among those uxptvted to compete through the November-January period who are not now listed are P. D. WDcrmotl, L. J. Maskell, Peter Grate Donald Campbell, as well a N. S. Atwell. Dorian Cole ami offrey Manning, who, although not active In addition players as Fi.ink Vf.^an. i. K Hunle and Roy Wilson are expected to return ftom abroad i gel in Ihe struggle foi %  I ices in the top twelve. With less than | foiling).t lo go, th tf current Ladder xtnnd^ at follows: N.. I It Vi.|ln,-i N 1 Colin B*vlr> N. V-J. OTJ BUB No 4 Id bon uf planninf And miinon* wlH M %  In tear wards f MI rtl ll.il, vr... Mill (, # %  IBKI IBM 1MMH HIM %  •IS Uk. „.! .1. TMopW> liu-trur couUliit I* respectively. BOARD Miller in not out and Bnnlt'n 191 not out played out time Jaaa.tr> l-t IBalBft I Bonitio < %  Piir.tiSMti b Oakln 4 RJ. c (;-..' I b H >t IM l I TlmibouMi l-hri.U.ni b (lo.Mii. td Bsaltl" rwt out ifli I P !" pl ,• I WI(1>1 li (i.-fcn. i/ "Htm. f I. WHM •> Hill ISI I! Scar It'll l Mill II MIIU I If (ouioi . w*N its at; a* COLLrxiC IS* and. i*' WAJVOEHXRS lot %  vr*U. dt SSS and tor 1 wlcliat %  •• % %  '• COUJCGg IND 1NNTNC.S E. Hop* c H Lawleas b R. Uirtha'l ..... IS H Mhxrl. c K-ralyt. b B H-raha" IT M Kawltl c E Alklnaoa b L. St Rill O roatar c Provarba b g. Alkln-oci % %  S Mr Haadh-y c B LawiSM 0 A A't* 1-h.ar b R. Maraftall 0 M -tanuvon. tW K Knowl-a b D Atklrwon D Wll'lama c k b T. N Plerc* 14 O'lSltn atpo Kntl#t b. | Ruddn ( DfPrm Jordan .. a II K.n b Jottl C Hunla c W AN.M V'.V. •tpd Sui Taykl lor 1 1 (•> %  r 4 io. na I f. M. h let KoWMMti ANALYSIS QMkln %  : hflBtSI :. wisnt I-,..,,. I etaaud (HI*. ra-ii Advocate Team •Play Jstandard A CRICKET match will be playt a between Standard and AdvocaU .'lutiiig learn at Orange Hill, St. .lames today and next Sunday 26th The leuns are as follows.— Adveratr: K. Austin. V Clement 'Capt), C. UaiUltbl. T Hinds. E tans, n Ottoo. H i aU, L riiumpkoii. t want C. Clarke. t Harewood and C. Dowru-h. SUndard: F Headley (CapLJ, • i Denny, G. Coullhru*t, S. Lavine, W. Nurse, 11. Wilson, H. Goodrldge. S. Hinds. L. Thompson, A. Parris iind A. Brathwaita. i\etbali In a nelball fixture betweeu a Un Nlbl.,k A Uaiua'iila No t p.. tii.ind Norrli Nt. Il-E iMiiim N u Jahn Oiaca Ha. IS—atanuin Taveln No is—Janw. luiliaaii Will Gupnum No IS David Parclval No 11-A W Tama** No. IS Victor Hunt. KO It II V Ki.il N J'i K"illi M ..[i' No II >' Ha.tham No. SS Inirt Dansan a MM BM IU.I. t, |t man in MM rtr^ all dunk Toa Sail. ialnr tut %  Inufllna' PNe nun la mad* .HI! h. L iid bo)i lha pnra of fill tnaha a lion ararv Ladies' Matches. During the past week saveral aullengv BUfa lies were played • D the LailiCi-' Ladder only one i itillcnger managed lo advance. That was Mrs. Wylie, who turned In a spectacular 43 for nun hole. id displaced Mrs. Tappro, Mr. \'ulmor made a bid for Uu lop I isilion with a tliallenge to Mrs. Witaon. bul three-putted Hie last green and was tinned back, one down. Miss Fay d Atwell BIM .'t. %  iiiHt.-i. tii move up, but tan into a much Improved Mrs, Manning and failed. The only maU-h among the men ..as between E A. Benjamin and Ian Nil.lock, which the laller won, holding his position. The standing of the Ladies •TOVIdf ut iii.il ol rratoi. A-d a. !" o* iloat foroaUM Wha know 'boul hungry pniplr .id tr.ir.tx bnv. at nlM Mho ka*w a pan m*n'i waok da>A-a a. ri .>n n.-ni IIMP nrh %  i, a a/lai s... Sai IS-.I proplr l| i.i ii>aii>ii %  oint vul and taka vour ((and *rd otl Ha. l .a I. I 1 liat aii.it d.airo> oiuland .Uu lm ui.. CUWoStaa I l*iu tliaw tin! %  • %  lo" | a'Ke*a % %  ttiiig all tlw lilaaalna t Ta-d-> ina B-|-n otw o I l IxlUn tlaad i Ho'i awot. half Marvrd and homrl*a Sron uiutartod ^ t M, Wlllnag r inoir money la Oilmay x>und QUIW wan %  i lir .III! Ha* htadaohan kcep f ,t % %  w? < atrt lakor' Vim V* to lalan ton VM BO I pita IM iwa %  >••' To (*d • but full cow ^ a i a M IS %  moro "• „ yon thouahl Ihlnas ora aU Im WMI b>.a Uilk • ••' K!"*?'""'" Who UilraU mow. \ BSSSM lamiite* tofew KMCV a tail "1 : -int. rcfi-cshing %  *• i %  tic corrcenvt moat ofu* need to keep ih m 1 NO S ; •uitablc lor children-and u.iii> n..iiudili.ariitonu I safely rclicvc% over aciiluy, a m t freuueot cause ol inJipntion, heartburn and flatulence. It soot] %  • m i letUtsthc Homhtjptfl by uosuitsHcloodotdri:ik. A .. > I v > %  • sparkling, invigorating hcilth-Jnnk. Keep i-NO'S handy I %  uon ol the vi-siung Carlb iJiddar. which MOS T N Pl4ft A Haawll C Row <• T. N Pierce S Ml..hall b Total ilot 7 wkla.t B.C. Kacing li.in Oar Oaa 1 artaioaadaaS Results of Saturday's Racing IN British Guiana are H l in KM. -iMtii an.. I iHAt KTlt JACK N-lrt—t 111' 2 rAIMUM iRackhr* MS) 1 eiNACUK tO'NMI IU> Ta. I iniiiula *S I anda. i uu... II.tMiit \r %  II ki livt,i uoiJir-N AnJtow tOoam IMI HXISIiiS laitcbmaii ITT i.iiiiJN tStnab HSi 4 gAJirtK CLOUD iGonaalrf i: %  HtMID r III At K -niAIXJW ((.linn I 2 MBBCMUII1A i|'Nr.l IH. .< Mii.l.tuNAIftE ilaiichu 1 AUCTION iiHIIM.t. tuonaawi li Tlmo: nilnuU. JO.l r Alwal) is, sponsored" by J & R BAK£R1ES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blendere of j & R RUM Eno's 4 Fruit Salt' *fefe> in. i iixi m i OWMI % %  M IHMK.l I | -us MI ipai H, su nu -.M s.y iMil..l.\MO.*l, aat. .Said in bnllti't /or hi ffla)) fl *'Sltn<-*M. ..APPY RELIEF. FROMBACKACHE nfaiahbour itod • Tsfcs Oooa'i PlHi" W/HY PU*1 UP *nh ncedlcis rt dit.iinii"ri tiuin bscSathe, mi, lumbago, .ml, i and touiia 01 ilie jry tliaorderi due io Uuggiih kidney aviiun when >ou nighi gei hsppy relief. Many ihrussnds of betllhy K ple blcsi ihe day they 'ook isn'i Badut.bc Kidney I'iU*. Tim well known diuretic sad urinary sntitcpoc hrlpt tluggiih kidney, to I rry out ihcir functioa %  :.--i 11 < ....... ids 800 and other impuritic. hafmSsl bi healih. (irafeful people, everyalirrr. fr.t.mm.iid llttan't Pill* te their frienda and neighboi DOANS.' I'ANASTA I \m I TENNIS lilts IIIIM-I I lll'i Kl liS %  NAKED A LADDEKH LUDO \L MtlNOPtILT .tc.. etc.. rtf. ar. at JOHNSONS STATIONERY If iff in Htiirk ... i. It C. FABRICS EXPANDED METAL r |i WA1.LAHA i HARD WOOD POSTS iiiAit wmiii < aoc i*r it. IKIIAH UOAHIIS .. I. BIRCH HOARDS RED CEDAR SHINOl.KS ""•I'IIS!"' T HERBERT LTD "nr.i Hllint 1 R DT. and MAGAZINE UNI — WONDER WHEELS N9 5 Colds, Coughs Sore Throats Bronchitis Magic For quick, lurt relief rub THERMOGENE Medicated Rub all over your chest, throat and back Its hetlinf warmth relieves congestion, and breathing the pleasinr medKinal vapour It give'. off clears note. throat and lungs. The Secret of %  !.'/>. Hercules "LUST" PLATING Why docs Hercules chromium plating keep its beautiful ''high lustre in sny climate ? The %  kill and care of the HcrcuJcA engineers is the secret \ From .un to Imi.l. ot the plating proens they keep consunt watch over the pant, modem plaunu lank-, at the Hercules factorie* Vi.itiii,; Curds Christmas Carsl Airletters WritinR SeU Lsjasera make aw • %  !!' peraonal Magle Carnet the* bring a thrill from other land*—the, earrr Ihe memory of yuu to far places. The K. R IM Ml. STATIONERY DEPARTMENT hi Isbt oat ullh searrthhsg to make leUer-wrlties a gleasur. %  hle hobbv. ThK Is >our stationer* %  Hore! The purp"Mof our Stationer> Department I— To meet >nnr KVHRY WRITINC. NKED Huiate V Co., LtsJ. : 'WrONE OF THE HUGt HtRCUt.ES PLATING INSTALLATIONS Hercules ^aVse.aMl ft* ••*/ SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IMf MISXWlH CrCU S CJli UU SISMW4&MAIM INCLAND o T. GEDDES GRANT LTD. BRIDGETOWN



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p.\r.r six SUNOAJ ADVOCATE St'SOW. IKTOWB 19. Hii For Women Only! %  % % %  a %  tlngta ..(Tended. t'ii!il Hill m %  bout AMPI.K\ ihlorophyJI deodorant (hat qui.l iv dispels nil unpleasant body a.ui jreath odoui*. he couldn't get a dair with Maria. Arc >-ou sure thai YOt' l safe side : ABLET A DAY. and CHASE IN PLEASANT BREATH AWAY, for at The Queen, God Bless Her After so mum years of *INot Available' .... By PBNSANT %  look x. mm S\ GLU) %  Sk* l'u at ihc L?** djr ,0 ch "** %  n >' tl >iK. in ii VITAMIN 1) ;n his milk ** "" looked, back crack of dawn, tipping the Theiv have tieen :i couple of letters In this paper !..' %  menting on the apparent discouiI*v displayed in Barbado. by *ome people when the National Anthem is played. It has been observed that in the Cinemas and .pnngy of stci than mott. SIM Fruit Sail* it with ,i difference, put.* the spri". and a •:: !'! >es that • %  ..'irvellous pick me u. during these hot age of crude rudeness, yet it ... high time that this disloyalty to the Throne should be given a public airing, and the seal of the loyal public disapproval regietered. Baby h*-re is enjoying hit bottle, part cause he's comfortable. Baby in the tropir* needs extra care, hi* skin becomes damp and hot. A good PRICKLY HEAT POW1 prevent an outbreak of this raih. and make him feel'cool and comfortable PRICKLY -j HEAT POWDER IN THE BLUE TIN mantn\i A British classic is back again -STYLED UP' A BIT FUR THE TIMES... MM. THK QUEEN red by .Savory k Moore, is the answer to %  .ind your rest in the tropics. tin to-morrow smikTOT aTl po-wess call Mr. King, but ah doan ftchoola before goeiuetry or know who bit French, for of rourse their knowledge is of morImportance Ignorance b the kindest interin the peoples' lives, and a fture that can be put on tho knowledge of these facts would' situation, and no doubt It may risk* for more happiness than' account for a small percentage of fine able to speak a few words i v.il bohavtour. But is u f French with an atrocious) Iheie a more sinister Interpret aarcenL lt T ? — ln "" %  1>land h ch w ." The trouble in Barbados la thai l British "out ISrWJB Il'n'oranrof^Jrr "Si 1 l~en under the British flag, ho ?S! lh P h,S.'. 5 d %*£ peopU whoa, 3 IffSt'nUS oT^ur^wS "n 53lo!S "'T'\ l %£ ." m ". "*• f Kf"tilude and as if they i Ihey do not were Manna dropped from heaven. 'I^LJ h *. ffi^SL T haV,our This is a wrong policy and should 2?*?*?.. her ^l K '' Whcn be remediwl. and the general pubHlt Anthem is played? It seems lie who do not pay tageg (and they almost impossible that in theso arc the large majority) should be days when Cinemas arc scattered rradc l<> know that These benefits in every district, Cinemas which hm to I*paid for; and that thev [are packed rveiy night, that ire paid for by a small, minority them If anjsjaa left who is not of tax payers. It is Astonishing to familiar from News Heels with find how many people who should the sight of the Royal family, know better, have no idea of how That is hardly possible. 3ut, thin island is financed! Nine peo_ __ where the trouble lies, is the lack p't' out of ten do not know w*iat Almond f knowledge of the connection CotonJal Development and Welheg ban i>. batwaau Bsrbudos an Uu lon 8 >uffcrtng British TOJPBOTICT8 Irons all adverse or a country. there is an &****• climatk oondltlonx When .uwt ., ( -kiu*wleded head; but In this _,, (ll -, J motlurid. >'1 %  i iMid so often called "IJttle Ask ,h0! *. '"^ Barbadians who have received grants t Or without BANDBOX Mom here has )ust shampooed dl Bandbox Soapless, her hair is in clined to IK oily, but when Jill": hair Is cut, she'll n Cream Shampoo. t< Canon Wareer** Column Acain Ifte collar Tie frebfe necktine t steps i COLA I RE, snm and stroked luched to i ,r England" It vhere the study curl will -* %  ihouaand lights dancing in the crowninsj glory that i> hers. When W<-11> looks at nu like this I know she This time it's an opinion on Family Planning. Molly believes in the spaced family, lag a fastidious woman; dainty in her i M. :.commends RENDELL-rOAM as OM "f the most effective contraceptives on the market. Rendell-Foam is easy to use. safe and Sole Agents covering thi CORPORATION LTD. %  A.* Column INTERNATIONAL TRADING Tel 9009 Tt/f*** m< 7HVASPR0 HAS A SPECIAL APPEAL FOR WOMEN "latthapparrnlly not ",""* 1 h !" .& %  "• %  %  %  ': %  • % %  > School CWIfcMc a > no m.IIe. jchool child In Barbodos knows n ii., n p„ ,„ d having ot Ihi, COVt. m c nlll of """' Brillsh rird pru* lo ill eonlcnt In Ihclr •UDJC1I. ,md Ihe advantage crais Ignorance not even knowing derived (roni Ihli proud poiltlon. who paya for the bemllu of thclt , , daily llvea. or lhat common deeen: Ignorant, oi actual hlitorjr can cy demands that loyally should lie! u> liirgivrii. and it may be that shown to the Throne of Knglaml l"i nuisses do not understand Ihnt they not only owe ihclr IKT. I>yally to the Crown should b sonal freedom, but ttustance, to Iha Britlal for the Colonies have _. Man a liability to Great Britain; l "',V "' 'e^pcvl when lluNational, and although ran pcoole mav An,h e"i la played. If this loyalty I, not alwaj. agree with Ih'a !",?'" %  *"'•"•'>'" '' %  ""•' .bel„ Colonial policy „ dished oul from '"""*' %  "" a '" Totallunan Jsra&oSLSffsui ESS R-3SSH kifts from time \u Unit, RUTH LINK ^ AN American girl in Britain for the first time writes her second truest column. Attention, please, for— RUTH LINK laughter ami Rabelaisian bursts of Anglo-Saxonlsms. out"What an Englishman really means when he says his home U his castle is that it is the placf They were, of course, these where he ^n g0 ck)SC lne door bock-slapping, yipee y| yomg. neaVe a slgh of relipf and be a <.ol|ar-rustIinH things commonly nome A „ American, on the othei known as Americans. I blushed hand. can be at home with other? with embarrassment for my fel„ we ll as with himself." low countrymen, and asked my But For A Wife -No Retirement (By CANON WARNER) "I hor* been retired from business rux> yvart. nnd I MOM had more dotucctic irofible at homi* during thai period than through all the pt'fious irfars of my marrwje. la fhts usual? 1} to. u*hal is Ihe cause? ARE you trying to be too helpful about the house? For some 40 years your wife hns run your home. With you at the office, she DM dev'lt.i>cd her OWD routine uf work. Her chna cupboard and silver basket are "just so.' 1 Breaklast crumbs get swept up, dishes washed, beds made, rooms dusted, empty milk bottles "put out," potatoes peeled ... all to a strict rule of her own. Yes 40 years develop a technique in such thing!. Then the husband comes into the p'cture. Now he must give ms wife :, bit of help. He offers to dry* up . and uses the wrong leacloth. He stows away the china . in corners where it ha* no boat Uakaa the beds . but has his own ideas about the counterpane. Clears the hinch table . but leaves a few odds and ends behind among the crumbs. Empties the tea-leaves In the HiKtbin which Ml wife likes to eenied to her Qualified we tticir IK'I'a-v-"!/ ic* imLIIIWM snouiu O i „!„(_ A ,m %  • J t i_ *" For my first dinner m London s taken by an English friend u ,i line and venerable rcstaurint. A few couples were prinkled abc>ut the room, and oleca wei'e scarcely audible. S '%  B %  %  l l As people I Had to Know it we America Perhaps the general ..stripped our duch Of Hi %  thods but other and awn dustlc flesh .i party of eight strapping are possible of teaching the males and one female invaded the deadly dull Paris cafe than h /ha, Ihould be "their ^Sk^S^rSSSiSS' G Xrrfcrfcan^o'" "" !" """"' m that, imaU i* ft?"" nd "" "* ** .im|nr „, and enjeone^ themAm "' c " "• m.m selves lie with all — Englishme %  • 1 am superbly qualified becau I have been here less than three fen Well then—is it we Americans So take it from me: the Englishwho perpetuate ant IAmericanism min is above all shy. beneath all In Europe ? True, an American kind, outwardly cool, inward] would rather endure an YOU of course, have plenty of lime op your hands. You may bo one r>f ihe "potterers" about the hou*e. You are. in fact, y, the house ,r wife wants you out of it. and nowhere to be seen when she could do with a little company. What is the solution? You must talk over with your wife what Jobs you can do which would really be a h.-Ip. Don't he hurt if she doesn't Jump at all your offers. It is your company In the evenings which will mean most to [are because of our connection With the British CYown we reMost powerful among these 'ii the protection of a ways can be the openly shown WWarftil Navy. Amur ..nd Airdisgust and ridicule .of all loyal .force, and that as memU-rs of %  Barbadians to thoas who (ho* <( %  cjiicad Enure v^e would ih.ic ignorance In lircrivc the help, in time of disloyally here selves in a corner table with all the dignified nicety of a division storming the Yalu. trouble of any one of those memt" < : veh pouaf Queen And were English, too? I lad to knov On my meanderings yesteraa" ,. , I tried to And out. On a bench I listened, unwillingly to frag.„ Hyde Park I met an Englishnients of their conversation, which nian. and this is what he said {jMumBLS i V J! ^E 0 "^ £* lly t ~l ph ^ Tho %  ". Politeness of the i'V ^" %  Un '' k e: **' b * and "" %  %  **'" English is really an apology to.HII1II. nuitVdlVIII VKVI, IIIlll\1l* %  . %  I a^ eningjn warm, suburbanly sporting and her—something to look forward to Lrbanly civilised, with a sense cf ".tough IM busy day. humour, a sense of duty, and with _no sense of direction whatsoever u-v_(which explains why all the IF there i* to be a happy home, antiireets run rampifht), and no ear for music. .ictween gargant really an apology ng themselves more freely. r -X. Ths modern womui, living as ihs does sn .I'lon non-stop aslstenca. demindi TRUE relief whanaver pain come* She mutt have a p-iln-ralitvar which not only acts quickly but doas not nas afic-effccu which prcvant her from |o.ng about things ai uiual —harmful a'tcr-effecia such as dluloeii. depfiion. or "slowing up." Ttvn II why 'ASPftO' hai a (pedal appeal for woman. 'ASPRO', free from harmful drug!, leaves you fresh and fu again after ihe pain has gone. THI WRIT* OF 'ASPRO' The puritr of 'ASPRO' conforms to the tundird laid down by iha IrkHl Pharmaeopceia. ffik** STOMACH PAINS mSPRO The $afe Way to Pispel HEADACHE & PAIN AM riMhr-Diiii B. HUTCHINSON A CO. -will SratsTT. •RIOCtTOWM OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERI f-RICES WITHIN THE REACH OF AU mt *r A.PSO HD SltHktk, S*cta DUE TO INDIGESTION To aaffer froas TOMACI1 PAINS ue i.i JiKlmeuioo u-f MAO IAS BRAND STOMACH POVDBS. it oott' Paan and deoaaa [on art quKklv rdieved by (tua Kumilicall* haUsD.vd focmuaa. One doec • i-i prove s> Vavhae foe v.'iiiaMrh Puna. %  •>un. l-*iMkn.. uare aad Aodsrv C IO In.liiritK-am. bowovor, sbo will have to readjust her way of life up to a point. More patience, perhaps; less of RUTH LINK, ever open to cor"a' "1 must have it done my rection. move, on In search el way", a sense of humour that Brit .In. Watch for her next welcomes rather than I**"*" frpor t hrr husband in his well-meaning attempts to_li"d a place :n the — I*.E.S. Jo m a a Uc drelavL.E.9. mm/ WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER SOLE AGENTS MACLEAN BRAND Stomach Powder a. M. I. Ml Mld;etown,— Barbados. • Soli lailwred Del'toiely perfumed • CoaKmere Bo v q wa i face Powdi 0


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SCVDAY. OCTOBER II. ltU SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN ^e STARS* *\ For Sunday. o< torn %  1. 1952 Look ,ti the section in whirl ,our bm :nid what your outlook is, aceorn ng to the atexAEg Excellent cUj 10 ratal on in**een just Marca 21 -April 3D past. What can you do W m.ike luture ^ inoi* effective'' (live due thought 1* i ( |iyu"i. tvme. avumailers, of course %  4C ._!*!P K ..Veto any hish-pressure methods Rathei ??Za/f t^tW Jown x.x ptNEsi r.uriM §TA IIOMIH ioi UH ADVO: statlonwtom. plain or dmgneu. (lor gift i %  i pin pan to | I j i <| JCina c ird* \r\ reasonable pr-ced tietween aai Mi MM MRHMI r.ery. si ONaVI \ iiKIMt Ml I \ i.-M. i, H or l lo. 18c. lo Mc. Know what Of course It's hDWHlHKla LOCOA—with a uUta nnvoui lung, pleasantly satisfying and ., ..uvuis Uutui v*i ocec's shell. UW'. popular brand u ., JAS. A LYNt HI CO LTD l>i.-mbution. Buzz 44"a if votl have any %  -irneully ensuring I supply. April 21-May JO;, tin* ft to health iesl relaxation Pay attentit OEMIMI May 91-Ju. si IMS season, it's fur, fur, fui. .. high collar rUOHT; cioscfttting jacket, LEFT with wrist-length sleeves, and a I trim ll.> t'i SUMMED SIS LOmON llruaU bands ,>f fo* a aa W t a of imperial viuu.1 opal and nr ? dyed to match It. NOTE. Name ol the cosmetic flrm is DOROTHY OB AY jReieg^t? For The "Tiger Lily" Look official rfi-scripUJNDON .. , KCordinj t It la Dot often that we have a By Dorothy Harklmy lion). eomulTMly new look In make-up Newest and nleeat—al a price Prom tune lo time new beauty and trimmed appropriately wllh _,,< ,he jackets u illustrated lu la eonf on the market, an leather elbow palehca. Beet ui nasu) mink, it roflowt the eloee'" %  '' %  e>'P hade* p ottl ey, ih w ..K'kl.il lm wai J comnttlnit liu< !y wtbt-lcitcth 1 '"• %  '•" I.,..-.III-Ipietely uUin .tyie .n .. .i\ aii leeva u,i 1 1 i,r ,.u.„ titan •.[-pearl nail .varnish, or a special „„,, w i lu „. sleevrle... it had .< „„l one deUnctloii. It sells at ..Id ,lut guaranteed l„ put KinKODpK o neckline, and a .199 gna. ttllaling gold lights into Ihe nan „ r ,1, h , klrt 0nl C.„,sr.|uently. when an entirely t tenet n ra> MI uld encourage you to mix with telkm n.-n M aciahbourly (aahion A el^nt hand nol only aid* taw recipient l>ui give* trie dnor a bin "lift." # f Friendly apecU, partictiiarb' for (jn.il>, pvraoful social mattcm. Stlrr all opporiunitiea lo spread a little cheer and happiness Yoi. irady mule tout. * • Start day with church, ihousfat ol loved I one*, then welfare. Pitch into Sunday's schedule with enthusiasm. II oa H ,.m. rip '.1 .it I'titelica, don't ovamtiam * u ba careiaiui thu. "lazy" %  out acuvtUiM lo oooforra ( huich interests. ncx'UUi in 1 1 ill K. OtV! ANI> FOE THE If (KOWD TVS ALL WATS TO NAHILVS Why.' Thecc'lovely [ white Suede Crepe 7*c a yard, >f dotvered Silk Sheen that wool Ue there long at (1.12, and cord>ii Silk at 11.04 . colours are Pink,, maiiv, blue and betfto. Whether it's Broad or Swan Streets. Sanely'* la the .store where you Invariably find what you want—at your price' %  tew day Arranfi, M lo beat (orri nrder. 2* -Oct. 93 m plai %  In wllh •tea*/, even pac whether ol pla> Interest in ehildren'i. Frth while + AaiTTAElTJg Me* -.':• Dae. 22 It atraight skirt. Only decoration Fur Is ulso the most important came in tlw black and white couture iruununn lust now Aa an r "?te.i'wth Vti'.mt striped "choux" twining round example ol triaunW al Us most %  d th restraint. |he walfL luxurious, take the evening coat And s<> il WSJ. when the "Tiger illustrated. In lanperial violet Lilylook, as the trade names It. The latest in fur rtyHa tfrnm doeskin, its sleeves with the new appe-rod this week. Pink-andS. London) were displaced at the low-plnced shoulder Una; are white lornplexions and blue-toned same time as the new Creed trimmed with bands ol fox dyed lipsticks are favoured no longer, designs to show similar fashion to match. Complexions, so we are told, are trends. u: (aahion can bav only But fur trimmings need not be to be "the colour r.f rich cream" a very limited application to a fashion limited to the lew who and lipsticks "brown-toned." This Hyle* in fur as nobody wants a ean afford high couture prices, look it designed to match the m ink to be out of date in a years There are pleirtv of good, imltabrown shades of furs and the unte. New details, which won't uon fur fabrics around nowadavs. sherry colours ol incoming fashdote were noted. These Included Reversing the current liking Ion. (Yes. indeed it is.also dea liew m |d-thlgh length, useful for fur trimming this week signed to concen the Wueneta OV(T 8lrni g ht fk(rted tuil and Mblvt Hiir( u>adon Farrter w^'ch appears_on thejwn with dresses and for evening: >ear. Contrariwise he showed not fur the fust touch of frost. Thoso sun rBT teaming on jseket UunnUng on wool, but wool on around the^tropics not so ->rTlictlhouWon; gay Malng* to short fur. Cardigan* and Jackets cd. will ilnd the new shades or t ..u.. —— 1—. n— ._._,_ lipstick and powder blend well with sun-tanned skins). Good thot.gl.t-. willuig" hands anpTeaEsrt..-do-tht-iiglU-thiiu| we vital De firm about principles, careful m method. * W inliiiK to do the right Hum: and t i do it must (jo logelher You are an industrious stratghl-shooter. and like others to be the BSM lackets; a cape worked like a molesk Victorian pelerine, and a new green shade of mink called "Pastel'' (or ribbed The recipe fir tinlook is as coffee-cream with a silver btoom' belts follows. Skins are divided into three type*—TAWNY. APRICOT, MM i HF.AMY—end ingredlenU to be used vary accordingly. A different blend of "brown" tones i suggested for each type. The TAWNY skin should use the "nutbrown red" rouge and lipstick; the APRICOT skin, a Calypso (dry sherry) rouge and Crimson Olorv (berry red) lipstick; and the CREAMY skin, a Calypso rouge and lipstick. Thi." new make-up :s only for those who plat, to wear the new sherry shades, it is only for those '/•ho vill adopt it systematical! 0J olt.u uUi and usinr all the Ingredients corn u t water and add to It 3 redly blended with skin colourglasses of water until you get ing. So consider carefully before \% pints. Take the grated coeoabandoning the old for the new. nut and rub It with your hands To show how effective thesa'Put it In a muslin cloth or any now shades of make-up can be %  other kind of napkin. Put it over when used In the correct way. they'a bowl and add the water were worn by all mannequins the coconut water a little cloth ami What's Cooking In the Kitchen? ICECUEAM Coconut lrocresun <*r *i of a lb. would bfe enough as the cantaloup is very sweet FOR 3V PINTS OF ICEAdd to the sugar 1 glass c CREAM: Coconut milk 1*4 pints water Let it get to the boil. —Sugar 2 lbs or between 1 %  then take the feem offand pas* lbs. and H4 Ins. Vanilla essence. It through a sieve If the syrup To make coconut milk take a •" not much as the melon add dry coconut, cut it in half and a bit of water to It Let the remove all the hard white sub*y*"up cool and when cold add stance Grate it Take the coco to " %  n*aon and put everyDon*, hesitate to say a good WOfd |DJ I w ^ ^ L i^, **-. Pvron: tou fUn we leave lha he-Ung, ^ Dae. t3-Jan 1 rncouragmg tidbit, unsaid. You "ill be happier, too. * AQuAEIDE Start with prayer, ehiif.h aervieee. Thu. a TS— Tb s y<>u will be led Into surer, finer channels. Jan Tend lo your >thar affair then. * *• riaOJsS Uon't permit :<' / feeling of insecurity or % Faa. 2l--aanieh 90 -elf-Usprwiatioi. This ia a day. week, year Ml I' o give of its grand personal asset. t> stfengthen self and others. ^t YOV BORN TODAY can lead or follow in admirable way if living up to your due (raits, practicing things you know to be light. Libia's sense of justice and duty are reliable He Ctiireiul about associates, injustice arouses your sympathies, W llufy wisjirbe imposed ypon. Birthdale of. fltonie Hurgt. gUlhoj; Leigh Hunt 4 Sir &f Thos Browne, authors, the latter n physirlsn. Jk + + + + + + + + + + • %  I I WISH ON A STAR—any one of live will bring you the great**! motoring thrill you have ever Blown! A cotnbuwttoa ol comftrt, elegance, power and sheer Jollar value at |3,t*I&. Charles .: i : .i MI \ ">• Ltd home of Mirtoring and CONSUL CARS Invite yoi lo .e*i-dnv< ibis great car come and drive one, btll one and float away ATTRAtTIVl ULAktMWAKJi. of mteiot lo everyone! At HajitaHoni Ltd Czecnoslavaklan Glassware is prominently displayed in 4 complete rwtn ( pfihi "'' :' nnled i!e • \ %  o| excelleni quality. They're lined up in rgnka of i hampagnCock %  :i. port Shi i |i POT Whi-k\ snap elasses and half pt lll'lil'lel ALL IIAMiS tS HEIR YOV SALTY TARS and take a look at he wide selection of YACHT FA^II'MENT at THE H'DOft inrNDRY LTD.. Whllepark! In •vto '•"*' y*M could posalbly want. ih.i. %  sverythlng from Deck Pulley-.. Sail Sink'., mid ll.ii p Shackle* lo Jib llauks, (iim^cnevk-. (;ill In Brojlte), even Manila and Tarred Hope—everything to denght the Mariner Ph. ten tLVYAYa. GOOD— the softness %  t\ TRIPLfc t-*.STlLI.El> OURItOUUHo 11ELI .l.\ s.nve iUM Bftitld ciaft has made Burroughs uU ciwaii to the palate. gin that Keeps Its place in the i -iictic cocEtaiL Local JOHN F. HI i^'-N t,lD J oOoiOfta lasliug -mples lo those Mho siivrt j appreciate One SjUi, and next tj %  me Anuatu I i : *ti: 1 rtn'.iin* i"' any dross i a sinking belt i. iioUv lh< >.MEW11 f.Jj\STIC BELTS will match 01 I'I 1.1 your ensemble . .ti.y'U iutu-1 thrill )uu witu rUd and buaEk onumeniattori ltd elegant otigmallty. fot Xma" % %  y're superb! Milln i I-I i \i OA&E al Oa* Co-op Cotton Factory— beautiisu ith doors that open, luggage coot and horn. JEEP BIKES. rt>o' iHin. so in. ,n,i aain i.nne*. wonderful ift (and not o enpeiuiive) l buy and laj Ja> for XmiLs l>aj! UCClXmas Decoratlt^i.^ .i wonderf I %  eieeiiuiiN-are now on sale and i;' luit too early to order fSSsn phone 2039 and ask tor Mr carter Biiyuig Price And SeUing Price displavinn CHARLES CREED'S time. Wring the cloth ami peel new collection this week. Colours, squeeze the water out just as if The included all the fashionable you ware making starch variety of brown-sherry, mon. snuff and chocolat> thing In the fridge to freeze Orange Icccrwsusi Sugar 1 lb. Oranfes 1*4 lbs.. Juice of one lime. Put 14 glass ol water in a nd saucepan. Add the 1 lb. of sugar. Peel the oranges and put the the water and toe sugar peel has to be very thin Do the and only the yellow part NOT same until you obtain the pint THE WHITE Let it boll for a and V* of coconut milk. Take lh3m p 1 ,jt e |v ,,1*completely cold add the Juice of fitted redmgnote for town and goiy^j ^dd the water and the ihe oranges and the Juice of one loose, tweedy swagger coats for country. Suits for town were slim, black and tailored, eotnetlmes with only a vague suggestion of a waistline. For country they were in bright tweeds (orange with green for example), Lady Evelyn* Moslem At 84, Lady Evelyn Cobbold has become president ol the newly formed British Society for the Study of Islam. Lady Evelyn has been a Moslem since she was a S ri. made the pilgrimage to ecoa 20 years ago. She is a busy, alert woman, with white hair and a slender figure. For 38 years she was married to John Dupuls Cobbold, the Ipswich brewer. When he died In 1929, he left £728,614. augur to the coconut milk, th add the vanilla essence and pu it In the fridge to Ireeae. Y can either add 1 lbs. of sugar i you like your icecream very sweet or IM, or la Melon Iivcrram FOR 0 PERSONS: L Vs glass of the ripe port of a melon (cantaloup) Sugar syrup 1'i glass. Juice of one lime. You have to get a very ripe cantaloup. Open the melon, take Off the seeds and out the orange part In small pieces. Sieve the melon. Add to the IV glass of melon IV* glass of sugar syrup and the juice of one lime or the juice of half an orange and half a lime To make the sugar syrup put In a saucepan I lb. of sugar lime. Sieve everything and add enough water to get I 1 pint of Icecream Put it in the fridge to f freeze (By lll.HA ASCBOFT) r4ew food order in Paris that inet able and produce shops and stalls should display their buying and selling prices side by side is part of a French campaign to bring down the cost of living. How would the idea work here? Against it are the greengrocers. Mr Adanuon. head of the pr"vlsion section of a big London store, says that in France vegetable produce Is sold In the mar kets. Them are no large vegetable shops and stores offering the facilities of delivery, telephone i "iering that we have here. Miss G. Francis, who keep. %  Itoscbery Avenue, London, vegetable store, thinks that too nan; Uckets would confuse the housewife. For the tickets were the \J housewives I quizzed. All complained about the size of their weekly greengrocery bills. Cross-Channel 1 All this last week we have been looking at the London adaptations of Paris lashians We have seen the waiitless hlp' hugging Jacket*, the doep-armI holed shapeless coats, the longer, 'tighter skirts, the higher. necklines, the even more-slopim shoulders, surmounted by tinv tUttng hats. I'h. asuH h unflattering. Ever in Pans I had my doubts, watch-! ing tlie new clothes worn py in credibly beautiful French marine-; • pilna who can give distlnctloit to a tiiblecloth In lAindon, with due apologle"' to our pretty models who do their i !>e*t, these doubts were confirmed This new line ts not for us; at, least not for the majority of us There ate always the elegan'j few who will follow fashion even [ if she leads to the ruin of health j b mtv and bank balance. Jlorsbruflli Pudding i oniesition from Muustur Ol P.* ation, Florence Horsbrugh I ing a rural domestic centre %  I Abingdon: "f have had mort.i >.i fa Uon out of malting a good 1 M< .iiied pudding than in any' speech I have ever made from the Front Bench of the House offCommons." : have never tasted Miss Honor ghs puddl n sn, but I have sa-.pled some of her speeches \\ can only hope that the rceulu are, not equally heavy. Wertd 0*> rlsht Reserved Soon it will be TOOTAL Week %  aeeeat'. on w.n Dear* .. leaSnlul) UU • K .i... ibaUj, ..". I. RH*am a noal kal .il.i.iluia II Cko.iae it now, in -uilr fabtira. > aSalaWilini RraKI. • made.ml. inlhel ml'l IMM a America Tfc— w mil iil> it""" far avy t>|-. i hguie. KLIM is PURE, SAFE MILK KLIM jsara safe MILK l.il ia Prelai.M. Hi. Wort. 0v Docrtn Prsvs A Lovelier Comple use r.MthitilK . YnrdVy take the i-hi Dreparartae for jgef ivpe "I .kin Wash wi l\ imt ol ihni luxurious Soar*. i or **ep-down ileanlines* Use a Van I ley Oraniinf C* easa. For the tiitrTi 11 y msvage which L" n your kin soft *ad ii| j '.' dvoosc rich\ ardJey N.glu Ckeam. Aad mf the radiance ol -km lhat'l firm and fine-iexnsred lone up vsith Yaidley Aitringeni or Toning Lot**This gentle 'usciplme e' "'igh' aad you're a beauty all your days. To TRINIDAD or to any part of the Curibbe Ickly and with a pernonalised service, is cornserved and Inexpensively Skin Care YARDLEY by B.W.I.A. quickl parable to the besi in the world. From now End continuing through December 15th. B W.l.A's Group Travel I'lan will entitle .ill groups of not less than Six (6) pert>oiui travelling together to a rebate of 25'! on normal round trip fores. Return ticket.-, are valid for 30 full days and return journeys must be com pleted by December 15th. Consult your travel agent or call B-m-A BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS a a e *



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\ st^OAV. orronrit i mj The People Of Barbados-XX\ III si MlAV ADMJCATE "GENTRY" By JOHN i -I:IIII \\ \ but wheaten bread and beer." Hartrtrlr,.t.iT..' k ""' ""'^ "' "" " " mMTwTTkX £f^ a d ,*:.,f. !" ^.Hl"T.J^ PI!"'>P>fm.. .„d th„r funeral.. CM !^Lj?^„"*"f d „."" '2?. nd l 1 Churches, but ,n thair home. the bcitiniuna. ol the nghlrcmh The custom ol century, and was a very obi publishli li.aini ? !" ,?'.£?. 2" "' "" g, ? w J licence. ind by the Coving picture*, tor hi* in one which .,„-. T h7 ih^ #•* % %  . ^!.. •eramltha' shop, in Bridgetown ["h^v „„The parish^n '.'hllh"?. Sr^*liK. r t V !" h r ,, L P "^t VM This buslru,* w., recorded *** was, like Ugon, struck with in ihr Si-'Tfiirv'tntftr* Miiittifc S'^SS.K. ?„? l r V S own or i^^h 'h',, 0, l^ "^ f.Tll ,Sei* i ,i' %  *.i?* i. ~ •irlckun. In lege' (or the IcsakcV full of ships alao that the wharves 0n ,„ e appointed day the para we,, cr'.mrSSni.h'a?!"^',"""; "' %  *> -'here theT? U.C.W.I. (By A. S. HOPKINSON) thronged with busl were 'piling up furtu distinguished visitor Labat was naturally who otaQSsSt, f<>r L*bat was naturally entcrtainod WP( .,ii nff ~ by the Governor and the gentry ,_„ ,„ TiA of the Island He appears to have '"*, £' been well phased with his visit gf '* T^ZT,?^ .T lates that the G teous and Intelligent: also that he had a well furnished library and lived in state like a prince in a fine palace. Of the be-: families who entertained him In Barbados, the Father was very impressed with their wealth, for they had all the luxuries of the fopics, also OLD MAPS >iw -vjm, i". nivri minding iE.tiL£ Canonical hours day or night ,.,u m^JtZES <**' Thc reception after the ** weddini. ceremony varied accordthe wealth of the participating families, and if these were '•1th be asked for but If they were poor people, men ihe good ne'tinbour pwiicy came into effect, for three or four of their friends would join together to provide the feasts, and the wine, and of course the fiddler, for there was dancing after the - S!!L A ter .V h J ch he mc, l n that they even went to the expense c ,T rfyma if take a Bermudas of importing partridgefrom ?' Dances Cheger foot with England. Ijibat was not onlv im— Ivrda m. On such occasions the, precr-ed with the food, but by the *d Bacchus was well served, for wines which were served, for they a hands, including the bride,; were the choicest and costliest; ** drunk; and in this condition which were drunk as good wine ,ne newly united couple went to should be The length of time **<* in the fear of the Lord." ihcse gentlemen spent over their .-. .. meal was also commented on by ,,,?£ ^P? £•" n "?PT ln .! n %  he Father, to, they started their '^' k ?" rb ,! dl n ", m ? "' lhe "fil dinner at two o'clock, and It was " hl ~ n h ""'SP,,. V.,-l not uncommon for It to last four C h r ,""*2 '.?w '*; ck *"!! !" I hours. Their home, arc referred or M"""n> Supposvs Chll-| lo as mansions.which were su\>erli? r „ c •" d ** wom 5 n %  '• ""? ^ ly furnished; and their plate, this ,,n c k h r .' hl 2l aMnerally out I was of gold and silver and was In "">. 'neir Marrlaiaa for that abundance. The Father belnf a " TI ' !" c i' is done on a i Frenchman had an ev e to this, for >* vm occasions, thl he recorded that the plunder of !" tlon and provl llins out %  chulaiship money or your The I'.CW.l. is a nnall t(>W "*•}*•" '"" 1 '• >"> %  ar. a of some sla hundred acres altu>'"""" or an exhibitionist and ated in the hill, al Maaa, SI ""'V ""*"• themselves nrj helpAndrew, about rulhl mile. Horn i" 1 M 'n"' Cr lhal Kinistoti. I call It .. 1....I. >m>m ' ..muilned. mori .. kill ullh nlnl "' ul aslTlC* as and because its atmosphere la a, """ l,h "" matter, and if Use) unlike that of %  eon>nlu.iial %  ""' "* m < " "' collaoaa la possible. There Is not '"quill"'. >" have the eonsothal reelinK ol ,omin to school """ "' '"•"' thai it Is all foi l.r -i or seven bouts a day nod '""r !" d and lhat ltd to men packlna .our book ba| and our own "*\-tea. you would tcolng home to Ihe n-al calitiv of tn n nave no more money to gel your life: there is no! that feel" ,l "' ing ol i.ionoumed .ii-lni.11,.,1 M ;' lomforting of all. the ho>benvaan your school and your P. IU1 < ">•. U.C.W I. is ver) home and that leellng ol i oing to '*— •' "*nd and there la conun inslituliun u|>oii eiilcrin. lluaequemly no Icar ol suddenl> U.C.W.I ihai all cfeUdran must •• ill wiihout being abb to hava alpeneuced when in,. nrsi **_ %  d "of. Thm Is a large began then acadeimc eaiecrs. """ of nvrm undergoing train. Coming to live at this iiiu.ci.it. !'/ ")'" 1| Pf nd l mu,h ....akens in vnu exactly lhe emotions as going lo lav Port-of-S|..uc li.ii/. ,. Ha.ana would. You are uboul lo seo a ,trm ' hav T iraaler or les: lime ..ii the I'lemi.es and indeed nstsM of the ayoaai a arlio I to our meals and so forth to hi anrpla^rSrSado. HfK fti^"*" m^^gTmuXj: SgIVKS ISS Ess iS^FSM&nrftdSurlTiS s a"5?a-s! ihis plate would pay the cost of an expedition for the reduction of K.ir Vuli %  At about the same time as Father Labat's visit to Barbados, there was resident here one T. udden 4 to i with Dellb.. and always fver in the have seen names of landowners, some of Barbados from 1880--IBM sent iradwitee and it u very douu.iul ^'"'M'"" "' •d advise.1 whose names survive today. The home with his report. whether that part Is the most tp M "-W-P lw ,norp '" **• !" £. . g,VM f P'ctureague acPhilip Lea-* map of 1685, sdiow. important. The raM hnportMll All \mir Needs* It thai tl^T"i!nT^. 0, tand ,,r lh by that date the ulan.1 w aapect of life here. 1 lake It || m %  fcort ,ht '"' -'re doctorekeichn of wi?ni .l^^.'.r'' WeU >rtlted !l ,s dylUKl "" over iWtiiig something btttor ten %  '"; t ,n ****** sue^ their oineM^^^ theoretical knowledge ol inR uSrt S . !" ofE !" ^" c,tU mlU fl uI ""'^ weie TOW lelkM West Indians. UV.UK h? wu3 pinrhES3 .Hd 2im\t u ned toc rlQd n •• %  niore'w.th them and reaiSn, bo ., ^men in ardour gaTlopSfg Tcrols ,s „ an ""o "wet plan of I" w v.ews. a.ms and aspimtiun. V T* 'l "", ^S nn ,,em wmc lhe island-, pursuit nof fiSK Br,d /own". Many of the'. they have quite l lot m comJg '^ ' J undertaken in such garb with the km ? of "** *-"* -'Skeele-s "ion with you. "J 1 !" 1* g "J Irop.cal un shining. Bay" aurvive to-day, although llnw VVe Live JHUL-T.* ??\ ., Ogilbys map of 1671. is very •<>"" '•*• "SkuU Bayare less Without being al all cut off "', h2 SI J. i yuU .""'" colourfcil, Now, the .aland ha. Umillar. Spelghu Town" is .from teal life in the nulakta SLnriSa ^LJf^^&&* assumed a shape more familiar to marked with Its alternative name world,, tfie U.C.W.I. never.heles. ( ,?l'? „H And naral v us today than Logon's. This map "Uttl. BrUtol". H. Moll's map manage* to maintain lls own ZSF.JPS, TSfT ^ "" %  embellished with a naive lookH17 shows road, and fortilk.,. Identity and .miividuulilv in a "^ 'J^m ••" ""der BM Jng sugar mill turned by slavelions. The latter were o....H.-1'wav thai HarrhKin Coli— ~ m (W, dlons. would not ^ W .ff* ^ nd b ! fl nlc, L drawn** from Lea's of 1685 as -he -i. Queen's Hoyal College . tl >e guests were well servand are in the British Museum as (d for there was 'Come Shote & Sloan mss. 2302. and were subseBonivesji. a Caliple of Sea Tortile. quently published in Volume XV ;| Stude Cofum. and roasted cabof the Journal of the Bnrbados nretta At other th'.ngs baked and Mtjxeiuii and Hister of Godconsisted of "Irish beef that has fafiers and Godmothers which a been a 12 month in brine, Salt fish child had. these amounting to dry Bonivess fair water or Cowthree or four each, for the climate Jou worse than water." was not verv henlthv. and sho-ud Likfc Labat, Walduck records there be an epidemic the child about the hotneg Of the gentry, n-ay he left without ar-c-c to which ho relates were once noble see after il. places left to them bv their preitfiiisssfjl but that the present The funeral of the deur depurtgencration was letting them run ed was another custom worthy of lo ruin: Comparing some of these hts ""t-ee On such occasions all with the countrv rathedrals in the fr ends and relation;-, 'w*th England, claiming that tiiey were rich and poor, were invited to .ties much neglected with bare walls tend the ceremony. All gathen-d and einrdly furnished, just like "an at the house of the deceased, and Empty Sepulchre, except when there was plenty to eat. drink, and thev knew that some stranger was smoke, 'for the best feasts are allo visit them, then it would be ways made at their funerals %  The pretty well furnished, if there Is as amount of food, wine and ale conmuch furniture in y parish' lor sumed on such occasions was thev borrowed everything they more fiun "all the whole palish could from their neighbours even eats and drinks in a whole month to the verv cutlery and plate. afterwards.' The astonishing part The meal was specially nrranged is that even those who died in and purchased for that day—the debt had £200 to £300 set out by (Tread they eat and the butter that their executors lo cover the exmakes the Sauce Is particularly pense of the funeral, and it was provided for the day for they keep the custom that this was the first. neither of these In their house*, debt paid even If the deceased's they excilse it by Saying lhe estate could just cover this debt. Country will not afford It {but that The cortege then proceeded to the is a lye) here is as good Veal Pork cemetery, but the corpse • %  • and poultry as in G. Britain no the only thing taken, for it was want of cows to make butter and accompanied by "len <>r 12 gallons nothing but may be produced here of burnt wine or n Pail full or 2 &f&f&f&f&f &f&f%  # &f &f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f &f • &f &f &f &f &f&f&f&f HUMBER THE ARISTOCRAT OF ALL BICYCLES Iree". Speedc's map of 1818 ***>* map ol 1722 s yfaelaV would make us believe that the %  ""g. It is ucuicalcu .o ins ...„,, Island Is incredibly mountainous.'"f" I'uissain o* %  .oob ritMs but already the Spout St. Lucy-'-" ** lirugea UUKC OI Ci.ai.uw* has become a land mark, and • %  •' end mere is ., UIMI. m — ^——___ "Bridge I'own %  an u a cuanaJh* ]propcel ol Coaruigton coi-e*fresh the *viui its mill ana ouiung nou-.sermon -.mi beyond wnicn lies Coiue..%  nd as Bay ana mUiing noats. ncn map uj 11 Urn Oi I..nun..; names v ^l^&nZZS^S^^toS* av.ll.blc wuhou, .il nf nmung aiound and Invon lenee, wBom y.-o nnnoi Hi. wtlhin the mm d in Bridgetown: the U.C.W.I hi 1 %  not ,. school but a .ommunity. lhe diner.-. that peoplf live in tin? one place %  tui do not in the oUkV of Rum-punch people (for a funeral makes thesn squeamish) soon as the burial was _. the attendants assembled In the 1708 give* Cmreh iKirrh 'iniimj ,i>. ii...... hundred aerssj of territory UIIO. Which th t U.C.W I stands Shorn, > >"* nit.l loothpusli>, ionp or sol drinks, you can always get then .i^aj,.,,,.;;::::;::.:':::;;:: nccssar, 1„ „„ ,.. „,„.,, ,„ ^ m<< ^ kj hardly Kin. itoo novsj Church porch around the liquor S ( and 'drink* 'n • %  — .—.—...— -* —"^ charm md -drinke to the obsequies of =TE x„ „" ., he defuncl. smoke drink untill /li A ", J" 5?L*~,nS Tinkers, and { iLfSSJSK. th never think of th wards The rivalry which existed between the gentry, especially the Moon and dead allcrScuU nd ncn we reau for ivincii i (or Had Juviere d'Eco -. %  • i,„ Hivct, but t\i\ii bay nid KMUiutauy kou u*y The U>pez map ul 17(H) also month; most "htuinubl. than of the necessities nn gnd %  i %  %  ol -t. Should 0O the premises n ,i lK |ents UM n imH .h „r The ladies of course, due to Ihell tibuin-i (B1 .,. 1( ll( s g MBClil greater fastidiousness and .„.,..,,,,,. ,„,,., ,;.„,,;,.".,.,' varied pcroonal needs, llmi that ,<„ ,.,„. they must visit the I p|l slderably ortencr. but the l age man does not have to go far to pick up his little odds a onds. There is u post offli you omen in matters of dress, in mM ** B every day names sound those days Is very similar to the l{ omafn, ; ,or " aruu oi au •nine which exists to-day; and the Lu y becomes "Panoqdla u rnmpelitlon in dress material was Santa .Lucia", but even Uie Spancarried to the extreme Walduck '*rd can do nothing with soul velates that on one occasion one.Bay. gentleman of rank whose was quite a setter of society fashion, bought "a Charming Manto Sc Pelttcoat of bragnde Silk the richest that ever came to this Island." and she wore this to a b,.ll Vlth a portc & A're' that ini-reascd the envy of another ladv who liked to consider herself the leader of the fashions. The frustrated one then visited every shop in town until she discovered a remnant left *of some yards' %  which she .inunedfalely bought with the same trimmings that th' lady had. Sho then went Wayo's map corrected and improved by Jeffrie* m 1778, has two interesting sketches of Barbados as viewed fium the so. a and 7 leagues away — ihc diffiiencc is surprising. The liai i ., of the plan of Bridgetown aft< r Ino lire of 1776 shows how mu> i of the city was devastated. Of special inteicst is c.ijit. -i P. de Barralllvr's map of Drid... town and Carlisle Bay 1818 aril l two projects to alter the tanage; and a photostat copy of tl e Plan of Tort George on Moi t exhibition of Map:* on 2nd. November. "filch em i oiho home and privately made a petticoat for her negro serving woman. When this was completed she sent out invitat'ons to all her friends including her 'enemy' the leader of the fashions. This lady appeared In all her fine apparel to find that she was being walled upon ty a Negro woman wearing i petticoat of the same material and trimmings she herself was adorned in. She considered that' ITiea. o> o. OsnaaasslMM .81. wan. hn„„. „ nrob d „„. ,„"'„, lilluS, MBE M SH Ktift "J"-""! I" no.hl„,im,„„ ,r.„vcOmcc, ',„ K„'V.. h.been appolnlcd Admimstralor at whl.ll >uu visit on.i „ ..k MI lo collcrt InrnniliiK in.ll. Tli.ri ii|aii rcqucat an ... %  ihc MI cssargad In rw %  lint. Sh .IIM ..HI v ,.,it |n I i l.lc-yclc anil in.' i .. i,„ ., ban i. ..I BBsUtti) Issflavnalbsfl III Mi Icllcrs IIIKI i I ,,, i llt Mi, pin B 1,> .iimlhi iiniforl.ilily ba '"""'" "" >".""K |,„,| f ol ..,,„„| J 1.. | m u,.. )(w ^ ot can be tilled up MM .11. ,, ,,.„ „ „, ,„, r ,. 7 T" V'. llbr r >' " ln, " '"'" %  quarter ,.r ml aa beautiful, or in H Iht ,„ „. t,„v.lH-.i tH-forc .ver,.,. mi,., in Ihe 1 IMI.I.M id a illsli.iu town.. The bunk ..l,.,„ ,l,elf ,: ., ,„ „., ...-."J": llltle distance li, 1 1 III. ,„. „„|„, „,.„ university and can idapendefl ordei UM I,., rou advtai m 1 upon to supply most 1.1 the tel „, i hl i y|H „; |„j v „„,, ,. vcn and other l.iks that t,,e ulide, .„„ .„,. |„, K anairnc I.., 11 eradu.tcan.-cd. An ,1 .. .,,„„, | room called the Junior ( "luii'im | .mi would like to ha %  Room v'htre the StUdaMi gaUhfl .,.. ,, ,, ,,„, (f In j k ,, at night lo chat or smoke or l:.i 1 | ,,,„ ),,,,. In ,|. adrink, pcrlMp. tod.in,. IUJ .,,.. ,,, m) „, „„. table tennis. This clu n Ii ocdei i i ,i well stocked with inag,i/ines end in during the night *#l gramophone records and has a appasldlelUa, hollti kw id a udlogram .is well l(( disturb your MlgjJ There is a laige dramwUr theatre ,ill imme fornvil functions .,. i. ;, | , -, ,,t whal was even a dame ball With poiMd, Ihg olteiiiiuu rcputeourself will be lying in kssfl during the hurricane.'Most lmpatiently at.cndc<) upon Uy thi M portant of all th.re .,,. %  lhe i.nspital mii.lii %  %i.iff T. OtOW In St. Lucia oflkes, which correspond to tinAII government departments of ,i lam paeuliai i-• the rivwi and capital city and it is from Uiesa pronlaod in Uud week's instalheadquartar.i th.it the university .ienl. would ft rme lomph-le Is really ruled, especially whore irtJcU tor itself because, though financial inatUra are concerned very simple in its structure, il i Each student has an account at so very different from iiiiytlnnif the olllie and is supposed \ Ifl !• found in any part of Ihe watch carefully over it. From m. V.Y I In.iies th.d we ought itexperience of the way this make .1 pain u .mil IM H.. LINEN PILLOH If M lift. H.S. AMERICAN IIM. < %  > 11 11.8. WHITE lll'dtr ,e Witt's Piiis. which have reliewiK ullecer in many parts of die world for over hall a cen-ury. If you could r-ad een a few of the grateful letters sent in by backache asaTsrari who have found relief alter taking De Witt %  Pills yon would realize that your suffeiinK may slao be ••aary. Why not try them for you, trouble ? They may be jn.l hat you need. Go to your cbemist snd get a sipply ngl DE WITT'S PILtS for Kidney and Bladdj KNIGHTS FOR PURE DRUGS n aiaaiiiiiiiii o iiiiiiiiiiiiittttiiiii' WHSM >our Diiclnr iir.-.. i ill.. lor ynu ... he reali c >"ii need lhe BUST VVHK.V we ,i.iii|i.iiin.l your in, M 1 ijiii.-n. we only odi-r lhe BSW In DrasH mill lhe BEST in Service. KNIGHTS FOR BEST PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. 11 'i M ii.'. Mil 11 lOf SAVE .V mi si ganw 1. 1 isy per 10 lbs. POTATOES por I" Ito. Mo. Err lias 'NH'NS %  *' %  a. M 12 per .lor SAHIIINES pel .1"' *M peTun IKAWKOFtllS CREAM c HACKKIts ,-., tu. Me. ,,,.„,„. P., BAiti-vniMK,, KiunrsAi^D^ j2c DANISH Bomoass MAMS 4 ib Tm ; DANISH '-i.NELK.SS HAMS 2>, Ib. Tlo 1 DANISH SUCED HAM |K-r lb. • % %  ; DANISH C'AMEMIIEHT CHKESK |a-i Tin ~ IMI'EIIIAI. KKANKFI'HTEH SAUSAGES par Tin M MAXAM (OltNKI) BEET HASH par Tin % % %  SAI-ISHl'llY COHNKD MI'TTON prr Tin HINTS APRICOTS .1/ Tin HINTS PEACH HALVES 30 ../ Tin rn.l.l) till PINEAPPLE TITH lr Till -ao CAMPHEIJ.'S i) iNsi MS! g i Tin m II K MET prr Tin \ 1E1.1.Y CRYSTALS l flMOUH pat PM, -JI CREMOLA RICE PUDDING |n-r I'kt • SMEDI.EYS HLM'KhEHFIlES per Tin •• %  %  ** YS RASI'BERI I % % %  .,•" OATS lair I'kt. wild Cup fV Sanr.-i par I'kt £1 40 QUAKEIt OATS Lge Pkt. with Glass ft un b i e i L10 ( %  )( KADE FINE 111 M STANSFBtM SCOTT A &f *.. l.ul.



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I'M. I IK.Ill SUNDAV ADVOCATE si NDAY, OCTOIHII M. 1*M BARBADOS.A ADVOCATE ! % % %  T • llnWi i U.. mi—A ... M|lMa Sunday. October 19, IHZ -PIHMUM it JOY" IF the Five Year-Plan i>f Development jnJ Taxation is read in conjunction with A Fiacal Survey of Barbados and with His Kxcellency's speech to Ihe Legislature on 18th December, 1951. it appears to be a iliv appointing document. If on the other hand it is read in conjunction with the electioneering pamphlet. Labour Marches (hi. it is full ol promiseThere are many excellent things proposed in the live-year plan of development and taxation, and the document as a whole reflects a spirit of compromise between the promises given at election time and the harsh economic facts presented in A Fiscal Survey f Barbados. In recent years there has been, as Sir Alfred Savage told the Legislature last December, much "cleverness" in Barbados and there has been a constant clamour from pressure groups to obtain favours from the Government for those schemes which would satisfy themselves. Inevitably government departments competed with each other to obtain as much as they could for their own plans of development. The publication of the five-year plan of development and taxation has put a stop to this jockeying for benefits and the government has finally decided on a list of priorities and has allotted expenditures which will only be exceeded in emcrgen c, ~. Looked at from this viewpoint the five>ear plan is basically a good plan. No one won all Imports and exports is surprising when read in conjunction with His Excellency's speech to the Legislature on December 18, 1951. On that occasion Sir Alfred said: "I am informed that the Port of Bridgetown is considered io be the least efficient and consequently the most expen sive in the Caribbean." It may reasonably be suggested that since charges have increased since His Excellency's speech, priority of attention should be given to removing "the stigma" and regaining the reputation for efficiency which in the words of Sir Alfred, "the port undeniably has lost." The proposal to create a Barbados Development Board to assist in the development of secondary industries at a cost of one million dollars may be welcomed as a sign of the intention of the government to encourage capital investment in Barbados. But the failures of the Overseas Food Corporation and the Colonial Development Corporation ought to be kept always in mind in a tropical island of 168 square miles and which, as Professor Beasley has wisely pointed out, is not under-developed. If this Board is to be especially concerned with the promotion of the tourist industry then the heavy expenditure allocated for its use might be justified Otherwise it might prove to be the most disapl inting proposal of the Five-Year Plan. Those who consider that the low productivity of the average Barbadian worker is due partly to lack of training, partly to poor diets and partly to the climate will receive with mixed feelings the news that $200,000 is to be spent on technical education as compared with $848,000 on the expansion of elementary education during the sama period. There is no mention of vocational education although the lack o' what tb* Americans call "know how" is evident in every field of Barbadian employment. If there is not a greater bias given in the elementary schools to voca tional training and if there is not greater concentration on the fact that the majoiity of pupils can only be employed in the wrongly-called menial professions then the second endeavour of the architects of the five-year plan "to improve human productivity" will have failed. Large employers of labour can assist the government in this respect by encouraging their employees to attend classes of the evening Institute and in some cases to run their own training classes. But if criticisms such as these can be made about individual proposals in the Plan the majority are deserving of praise, and especially those which are designed to encourage the production and marketing of local food and handicrafts. The Scottish poet' in words of perennial wisdom has warned us that "Th c best-laid schemes o' mice and men Gang uft a-gley Amt lea'e us nought but grief and pain For promised joy." Everyone in Barbados will hope that on thig occasion we will obtain the promised joy. We will not, unless all of us endeavour to give ot our best in the interests of all. The government can only plan: it is the people who have to implement the plan. Sitting On The Fence ix.litlc.1 vlldm thcar A it' llxhl b Ivrnra MI Amrlra %  *l-*ut. KT W. 4.HHAI.VS Th American otherwise, always •he simple natives islands. Last week we followed the fortunes of Senator Nixon, Republican candidate for the VicePrasksBncy. One da/ * %  learned that he was lower than the Conservative vermin over hrre accused of accepting expenses if *[ Mahdi stays with us loiig, from business men, many a sneer ,, re will be the fuel cuts m alfmit Amenruti politicians was ^.^ the vnllc off h(s fpee muttered under grey moustaches m the 1-nndon clubs Next mornlnc the grey moustaches curled in amaanment According to reports from Mr. Eisenhower's election train. Senator Nixon was a national hero. all look gether and rr.aking rather silly. But Ease Frave. official Comn unist newspaper of CiechogsOVakaS, seems to have found a possible explanation. Commenting on an advertisement in The Times which asked for a tutor with a Scottish accent to instguct an intelligent When he was d'lsens out for at least ten days. P-rrot. Bade Wave* says — Brllft.ll raaiUIMs are at present earning se much money making armaments that any eae ef them ran afford te empley a tutor for hiparrot No wonder il Is hard to And new leaeskm for school children in Britain.'' him K o November logs to giv< tmchltls East winds wUl bit him in the **J t*ck and give him flbrositis. Or liiey may give him Jaundice. A north-east wind may hit hun 'arsa. -££rssr*rsi S-B\K. &^ h, roy mouil.chr, w.rf tuigM. "J* ?"""'£ 2 until Do"fc? riSS-s^ur s—re -** %  %  %  %  %  *— Nixon s character had changed overnight by i little doggie. And no wonder the startled latives of the Amazon heard the 'Eton Boating Song" roared trross the silent river. It was probably not the voice of Mr. Sebastian Snow at all. dear M IOf go of flu. and chronic catarrh. But il he's sUU here -• %  **> %  as, and armies again expected spell of mild weather, '*£„," %  £ ,orne rich" best" in Americans who had hated the i"", 2rll m ''i !" .SST armaments racket and ''sent Senator on Monday mSrrdn, ^L^S&F^ ££!**&' downfor shoutii* vylgar abuse %  h T* %  C h "*but the mocking voice of a parrot who had been educated at the loved him on Tuesday evening fter a television broadcast In 'hich he said— "j mop hare been accused of accepting gifts, but there ii one thai t won't pipe up. Thai is a black and white cocker spaniel news to my family all Ihe tray from Texas. My tittle girlie, frtcio, calls him Checkers. You know how kids love dogs, and I wanna aay we're gonna keep it." nnaulisj m-I make> a ^u churchyard' TONIC TALK at the Head on speech day. If parrots educated at Harrow, fly back to the Jungle wearing Do you over wake up m the %  <*>>**J* •* %  ^ h ", B s uu£ morning feeUng bilious and de•* *£r ^aks he *^„' e h ? e JC pressedDo you feel that llfo c "*<* tradition will break has nothing to offer, and that mm*. your wife la lust a white man's Mr.r.i I/K. SS.L.^I burden' Once again Mrs. FuasyIf you feel like that, remain breeches called on Jolly old . calm and try to reason things out. Blunt to ask advice about her Your biliousness is probably husband, your own fault, and your wife "What's wrong with him now? And when the tears and laughwould probably have been Just snarled the doctor, who was tired ter of the greatest nation on hs n ri ,t burden to either a of tho sight of Mrs. fusryearth have died down, I wanna 7 hop#1 (g,. us a n_ a^d don't forget lhat, doctor?" ahouted "I'm crackers on vour morning exercises. %  Knives." said the doctor. • n he's been swallowing knives. OLD SCHOOLPARROT • • "And he feels as If his chest At first 1 was astonished to u full of hot coals. What do you GOOD HEALTH read that Mr. Sebastian Snow, think's the matter with, him" Smiling Sayed Sir Abdel the English explorer, sang tho "Cither he has Indigestion in a Rahman el Mahdi, leader of the "Eton Boating Song" from his big way." said the doctor, "or Independence Party in the Sudan. Meeping-bag after a difficult day he has turned into a human steel has arrived in London for his on the Amazon. foundry." health" (From the Hews) I thought that sort of thing. "But what shall I do doctorHe has arrived Just in time, like dressing for dinner In the "If it's Indigestion you can The first autumn colds are due jungle, was not done any more give him bismuth; if not, send In October Later on, the British because even the lesser breeds him to Vickers-Armstrongs [o. influenza virus, taking a mean were beginning to see the Joke, a repair Job," said Dr. Blunl. advantage of our weakened conthus weakening the invisible slamming the surgery door bcriiflon will knock thousands of links lhat bind the Empire tohind Mrs. Fussybreeches.—L.E.8. Chakers,'' and a dog would have been president of the good old U.S.A for the first Ome. UI.1IIH FUR some time now it should have been clear to motorists and cyclists that there should be two streams of traffic on Tra falgar Street. The islands along the route to the point where it meets St. Michael's Row divided the road into two but for some unknown reason it is difficult to get two streams of traffic flowing easily in Barbados, Within the last few days however the Police have made a welcome change compelling motorists who leave Trafalgar Square with the intention of going over Lha Victoria Bridge to keep to their right and those entering Constitution to keep to the left and on the straight course. This ,s another means of facilitating traffic in this area. In the past cyclists and motorists used either side of the roadway and dodged across as it suited them. At peak hours especially it not only brought inconvenience to other users ol the road but it gave rise to minor accidents. Those who entered Trafalgar Street from Ricket Street and who wanted to pass along the Victoria Bridge kept along the left side of the road and at the corner where Marhill Street. Bridge Street and Trafalgar Square meet they were in the habit of turning off to the right. Now they must get into the str<\im of traffic on the right side of the road or turn into Marhill Street and go the rounds again. The change of the entrance la the parking lot on the Central Foundry s ite to admit motorists to enter from Trafalgar Street is in keeping with the change. It is hoped that motorists and others will give the Police iheir fullest co-oper ation in this attempt to facilitate traffic in the immediate city. The Things They Said When John Pope Hennessy _^~t _. star came to Barbados aa successor to au>y tmC?*ITRe IIUIIIC the unpopular Governor, Mr. Frecling, he was greeted with an">em and will be recommitted for thuslasm by the local Press hut fresh offences . .Mr. Hennessy during his short term of office and does not care to mention that upon his departure the things said every flogging Is directly sancabout him in print make lively i>ned by the Governor before it reading today. Announcing the ls inflicted and thai if as he slates departure of Mr, Hennessy who 'he English Government expresshad been transferred to Hong "d a hope since irs thai flogging Kong "as the best means of oovwould be abolished In Barbadospring his retreat and saving hia was the Governor who opposed reputation" ihe Globe of Nov. t~, Ul wishes of ihe Homo Govcrn187(1 commented "when It beenm known that Mr. Hennessy had booked his passage In the outgoing steamer lo Southampton the feelmont." Iy March 1876 Ihe official i tnees of the Governor, the alar .,„ or jo, „„d KkiiiXL bS1 ,", 1 ,,.,r .„„ 1 n„| l ,v l He Ku heen ft Counril The Globe IOve them nTOntni supporting the Governor. But ila A few days later ,.fler Mr Henlanguage against Mr. Semper was nessy had sailed on the Royal Mail unrestrained. In ils issue of March Steamer Tasmania ihe Globe in 9 vn read "We see already how ils Issue of December 4. 1876 gave the personnel of the legislative him this valedictory send-off. "Mr. Council has been lowered. But Hennessy has been frequently we do not speak of the insufferspoken of as a Jesuit but charac"We vulgarity of Mr. Semper . terislng such %  blunderer as a although even he might have Jesuit is doing a great inJusUce evinced a lit lie modesty in tho t.. the astute disciples of the presence of his superiors in age. Society of Jesus ... well the Gov•<* and local experience. Wo crnmonl have intervened by re*d not expect good manners moving Mr. Hennessy and the n. Mr. Semper . Electors will prove how shamoles, Ulw n the Mme BrUcU , hft and systematic was the lying which Mr. Hennessy resorted to lo mislead Lord Carnarvon aid ihe Br'tlsh public." The gentlemen of the Pr not mince words In 1876. the gad writer says: "Ihe question will presently come forward for discussion whether a Governor of a Colony enjoying representative government is Justified In calling to he Executive Council strangers and adventurers who have '"<"""" %  *"'•>"<< l %  the year nd ,„,.„,„„„ *„ „„„ „„ "i* ?.^ r m ?^ !" .5 110 .? b> standing and respectability who l.ny only the united stand which the H of Assembly, ihe Press and publ Ing and respectability who enjoy the confidence of all classes. And also whether a Governor is opinion took against prcssiirefrom En^'iiermUted' to collect people he Governor to push confedura„ no i„ and corncrt and ^ Xo tenSstiSffSur"* as? s&igF*** b y iupper The Globe uUered a prelmin*'?£ ^JEd.,; March IS. 1870 %7 r? 8 y ., ** Janua / V open war was declared between & , c C ". mni ? n, ln i mcthlni should be done at the very earliest moment about it. Do not legal until somebody is killed or wminded to make invesugationa. It Is dangerous lo the netnhbourhood. JIMM1E RODGEHS. W'ightlifttng To the sTditor, the Adoocat*. SIR,—Please permit me a little? space on behalf of the Amateur Weightliftmg Association of Barbados, to thank all those friends. well wishers, the press and members of the sporting* public who helped In various ways to make (he 1032 Senior Championship the ruccess that they were. We should like ."especially to thank the members of ihe mercantile community who so generously donated cash or prize* As a result *Jie team was able to tour Trinidad and lift against an ill Ti.'nidad Team. We were 1 t by n better team which included two Bronze Medallists of ihe 1852 Helsinki Olympics. But our boys left an indelible impression ln Trinidad as being good losers and fine sportsmen. Yours faithfully. WTNTIEI-r> GRANNUM. Hon. Sec. A.W.A.B. IHARMES! DiAHiES! Collin. Pocket and Bek Diariet now opened at AmVOCATE STATIONERY IOOI.S GIMLETS I'l.lKKS SCREWDRIVERS BRACES etc. TOOLS For Every Ue MANDRELS SQUARES GntNDmG HEADS HAMMERS CHISELS SAWS GOUGES PLANES AUGERS BITS DRILLS etc. etc. and 2 POWER DRIVEN CIRCULAR SAW MACHINES WILKINSON & HAYNES 8t CO. LTD. Succssors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Bcckwith Stores PAINTS FOR ALL PURPOSES Domestic paint. Industrial paint, marine paint, every type and colour of paint : International supply them all — lacquers and distempers too. Each one is scientifically produced not only to look attractive, but to stand up to hard wear and difficult climatic conditions. ffajssBSni 3k Trod* Mark DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. HARTLEY'S Marmalades Commission Department Da Costa A Co., Ltd. LOOK IN in HIS SACS What does his Countenance Bespeaks! FOR BETTER . • FOR WORSE . WHEN THIRST . COMES FIRST . SIP A •• •GOLD BRAID' mi RUM i lit i SATISFIES.



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PAQi SUNDA* ADVOCATE Mobile Cinema Goes to St. John SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1. lSt DR E. B. CAF.TER awaical eaV. DIMUI* to a crowd of 600 at Co. Wcdnesdaj night On lb fasUorcn of the Mobile C rlgbl Dr. Carter. Mr. V. B V.. %  *rt>sid>Bt of Uic Barbados Pbsm Tbnius, Assistant flupervtaer of V 143 Candidates Confirmed At The Cathedral The Lord BuJiop. Rt. Itev Q L. G. Mandeville. conllrmeU 143 pai-ii candidate* at St. Michael's Cathedral ycslvrday at 7J0 o'clock Thie wan the second and Uui set of candidates to be eoiitlrmed *ho were being p.coared during tta* pa* or HO muiuns' imprisoni.. n.ld labour U> Mis fcoiMiu. ..1| i L. Walwyn lor stealing ., bag %  i *ugar on Otto % %  < %  > BlM lad KUIIU BaBgn ""i* hun. Mis Worship Mr Waiwyn toki hUu thai Lb tie committed wtl enougi. "0 go to prison but |n view of the lacj that hepleaded gunt> aod uad no previous conviction.In *i>uia not send him to prison. Cjst Clarke attached to the l; '"W Post told Ihe court (bat on lAtooer IS about 4 2U ajn whlMrt •>n uuiy on Bay Street he saw in II o.-fenaaat carrying a Lug of suga..', on his head and asked mm whe,J|l ne gut in* sugar from. The de1 lenoant said tnat he had got the ugar from the warehouse of S, •msaon. A* long laptMfa > U B| saad mere at ii e i e win be gonorrhea BDd bag IWQ OH i meaol'ii i-u; IU lo-aay, Ui ^ It Cat.er, hseuical unices oi n ul a. JBBB loid .. IOWU o. 4iKi w a icture on •tcono.iav nigni wbao uw 400il Liuama halo a nun six** it Colleton PiaaUlton Yard, Si. mil. Or. t Is Carter was inlrnuced to ma auatap e a by Mr. V. vaugtian, M.c.p.. who aaad ial he anew Of. Carter Iu be i ,iiy -ioau lectuicr ana wu auru „, i.c.jone arOttW I Kiiuie. uaiun Ui. C-itti uvgan h lecture, air. 1. Canaleaaal. .^upviviaor of \ uual aAiucauon .ui mat 00 was glad U> aae ao iiii> pwopic bi.ivc ine waaiiier. ...i ueparUneo ol gesWalsOU ..JU ueun cxpeximeuUng oo a -tew type ol piogianunc and uu> uejr haa cnueavouied to get UM .II mt. of special speakara m .jnuUa paxta of the Island Ui lure on different subject*. Dr. Carter llrsl named Uie vypvs of disease*. He said tbai uaiore they o>uld undersiau'. .iuo.it tit-eases, be would have Ii iiiissify the diseasesi for thvn .Untst dealt wiih Ueiormity ao^. cal .viecmimc.o nd Ctivnucal Olseaaaa. There was uo dbeaa e reall.v n sypiulia. It could aim %  nuulu be avoided (or the dau! %  •! were too great. Gonorrhea is unuihei aujeanl lainpant to-d-y and people .ould be aaved only If ihav woulJ %  eek the auvice ol B doO iinugli Gonorrhea can be cured ui 24 hours if u i> attackad mia-diately. PenlcilUn can certainly eura this disease In 24 hour-. Many nen ,ind women are cured tinBlj %  eaa ai fejtan) ot ...toticd agau ' cagjBi next loucneo o. •is. He said thai uus "W glBIB I is commonly caUea .''ii or cough 0> many sn the island, 'rnu itnotssBt lerrlbi'. cooBplauit and can Da easily avoided. Coki* are dangerous and the .vpuluau ol a peraon with a ooid %  -lataius million* ol germs reauj w attack a weak conslituUou. > eople in Baibadoa should not i ave Uu fliaeaae for the climate is too noudarful and thare is always sunshine. Bui Userv are niauy who close up their inusc. %  • %  id would uot permit Use sun to < ut*r. Uoder these cood Uom. ; uuerculoeis can grow and thrive. II the body H uot ui good con> ilion it will succumb to osscasc i l 'id it is imperative that people • iould care tneir bodies. Typhoid. i a disease due to lilto but) tanks to new discoveries the | i .sea*c is under control. Once i vphold was a disease of six weeks' duration but now this %  sease can be cured in four or i ve days. There were a law c ase s m the %  r is.li of St. John but only one tasB was fatal. Dr. Carter concluded his le>'.ie by saying that up to now no • %  rt.iin cure has been found for i nicer but i( career Is caught in lie early stages there is hope. During the lecture the crowd i -I-IUM attentively and after Dr. ( arter had finished his lecture, %  .e man asked him to speak oi. i lundice. A film sht.w .itKiut the venereal baSsatratBd the lecture. I showed how a clerk and a i leton worker can.e to their •wnfall thrmigli Ignorance. Mr F. S. Olton. President ol Ihe Barbados Phnrmaceutlcol Society moved-the vote of thank*. f \ Mui.h Igi Reine Do Saba" ire — "ZmnBi" Herold Spanish Dam No, I K fi -Mas:kou)sl;i Two Pis i 1 i Humoreske —Dvorql (2l Lift up Youi llearl H u ,-. unto Glrr Ifoi. kf lion—"A Co 6 Oratorlain i Know >uv rtiflgmn, I. iv.'! —ffdiidr,' (2) He Shall fee.1 His Flock — Handw 7 8eTenatn-"I^nr in Idleness" —Macbeth 8. Oratorla— "ThiHeaven* are Telling" —Hoyaler, i I M Erern.il Fithr, toldlan of ChriHe arrested hurt and look luii i the Bridge l'uel where the dt vudunt made a voluntary state-] .nent. A clerk of S. V. Musson 1 Co., I.td said thai ihe ba^ of sugar was the property of his llrm and was •ilued at £3. Sgt. Alleyne attached lo CatvtraJ I'lillce Station prosecuted on behali of the Police. %  I '-i win It Forty-year-old Bctlraiu Sm-li Whitehall, Tenantry, Si Michael was yesterday rernandiii until Octobve UU l,\ it. W..ishii Al I U W..IA.H, Pelioa Magisuate ol Dtsliul "A", chaigcd with .ttemptfd lieartiality with a sheep 'ii October 17 Sgt. K. W. King atUched to mtral Police Station is prose-1 utlng for the Police. Bail in theP %  um of £30 was allowed. f I.I -|v ii n POLICEMAN I SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay <>llt. Franlilwi U 11 B y fllSl D Brl Wan, M-I> M LI. Malai VHHII; T II RadBf JrnMlKleaffta, Blue sut ajBBivaxi -i M_,. M |sna, .iiKirr I'apiam I. M.r oiird l.i !! %  Hchn.,nrr Own rs AMHjr'atiun. . TrSaahsS—thusai \ llvn.l I' I'.'r.kln. 1 ll,n„r UMII li'lesUa. E Mrlrall*. A WaMu* asuUPAU %  ni 1— .1II.,A ktsswall. J. Ikimrli l.i % Sln.nwn*. E Hill Nine Qualify For Certificates Nine nut of ten candidate* from UM Alleyne School have lallln t %  ei-tll;i';.U-S fniMi Ihe Oxford and Cambridge Schools Fxarninatlon Board, with pasaer ni Ordinary Level a* follows:— MOTS K P. BRANCH: EngliUi i-um Lain. i A BOURNF •kiifluip, Enilisti I%  %  Kn* law. Latin. EUTTI Mains t—nrt, with Oral. K N. JORDAN Scrlplurr. EiiUOi In*. Rnallah I.ltaialurr A A mtBtXTT Ens Lang Oral '' %  MS. \-.iiiroRU: Ea. Lane it V WATVy BQ I" QgjsV i I Mlll.KI AM II K..w I-.H I-.IID C HUSRANDa s.>.ipiur*. Ei. Laafl. Liu. latin K U LVMCM. Mcilpturr kaia LMBV I %  I.m Utln ."amswi La vine Stuart, a 40-year-old domestic servant of no llxed place, >>f abode was found guilty of re-, slsting Police Constable Marshall >esLcrday and fined 10/by His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn. This tine Is lo be paid in 14 days or 14 •lays' imprisonment with ham labour. Sluurt was misbehaving herself it. Nelson Street arid was spokci Putting on The Roof... r Iroublea, I u. until we saw our local MAJOR agen and IScy explained how ything wu • ihe help ol Ihe simple, trong eoi i mell made poadbl* In qulekUNIMET MAJIil! slecl li.un.w.iik The nOSfilaBl lo tolivillve UH' niiiv w|. -frankly it has proved imomlcil and there's no worry over proofed, reen caaawllad Dm. 'ork. over wo.he will have > undergo 14 days' imprisonment iin hard labour. Police Band Played At Almehouse i Ml-: Police Band under the . i *re offered the urtw -han-f i. .iliiv for %  ftnc career, higher 1 pay and social •landing Oear of these courses will ii id to your advancement *irtlMn RaSst Safawanat • i ,..tt a.. !-.<. ff SUria %  eaai it— M lai-M'-t %  %  :4 : *•< Iwi Wan I IswawSsi '%  KXi iKESL bk.-aitT Cull-!*. %  M .t\art. OnaVstffTS.^ tisstnssi I-f !•> %  • rwalrwal lil. -e-ti I iMfx Wm*| lacwM.ioi Oi —|. ranHn MM'*.'O.'. .-—"•%  taanai KOK t i Issllstan •BaMRtMl wan WatSa BhSMiasMai Wstaabsp PracMsa ia int Meant OSILISLIDW. >m. self' no ixi *ae~l Suioot*tTman oBtntsUri am AWAY BASTT COUGHS COLDS UK MAGK Bill UtUY BEMCAIEI BICILET'S W1f % %  % % %  in. r — K> • No othar RUB hai lhM lSa7i attaCVist 4 Important raatur.. TWO-WAY .. — .— -.—_ratMJ rout MONIT aack | FOR THK RAINV SF.ASON ii. I;„I .v„,.„/,, fan „.r GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS AT A BARGAIN CASH PRICK S< Oaaae it Qmugt ti Qaiur I (eet limn -l.jn 4.on 7 feet long — — 4.50 Steel Ion* — S4.80 5.40 — AT — BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., Ltd. (THK in PI s.i. FOR BARGAINS) No. IS. Swan Street 'Phone 2109. 4406. .::..; I "PKRMA" Kxterior Forest Green Paint PLANTATIONS Ltd. FIRST AGAIN! GRAND PRIX CF THE NETHERLANDS riral: ASCARI Second: FARINA Third: VILLORKSI drivinc I I KHAKI „ FERRARI I I.KKAKI 500 Ot Rare (tame meeting) First: STIRLING MOSS driving COOPER ALL USED SHELL X-100 *0TOft OH FuJ LEADERSHIP IN LUBRICATION



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Si SIIW OCTOBER 19. 1M SI \li\\ \ %  MK-ATK I M.I I I I \ I S ThiIrrhbiihap iff \ttrk Warn* I'liinnvr* A Methodist Holv \earM4I\ CANT BE SATISFIED WITH FOOD OR CIRCUS ll> Itrv. I-"K.'-XCIS l.lHMI\ If one rosy compare small These and many more, are in I' ihlnfs and people with large ones, the Hymn;.!* anil on the lip* of ", like St. Paul, do not think well the I'niversal Church Perhaps i and seasons" in Religion whe n the present series of "Buc(Gal IV 10 R.V i I much prefer eaneer" stories, and "our Comand weighty dictum of irmn Herltasje" biographies are erl and saintly Dr Ughtcimutattd there may be room for <>p of Durham for a few the middle of the last "The Christian ideal." "is a Holy Season exthe whole year round may I ,Cha i picture of both Charles and his more commanding and famous brother (21 What ua. and is. a Methodic Have we all a clear and correct conception of this kind of Christian person? The question is largely answered by the account given above of the character and conduet of those first specimens whom the name was coined to ridicule But John Wesley him. self also answered it often, and evtl and the good wUh characteristic clarity. the )ust_ and tho oar | y <„,„ „, fo r movement. the habitable and a Priesthood co-e*tenHSS human Race." That s to me to agree much better the numerous passages of ripture which proclaim the %  "versatility and free dispensing r Divine Love and Grace. For ample: "He maketh His I rise on thi I sendelh I unjust." Or the words of the „ u aprM d~ through the counChrist to the woman at the ry He wai ,„ act pr ett> well In Samaria: "Woman, the obliged to do so. for he and his cometh. and now is. when brother and the few fellow clerthis mountain, nor yet gvmen who assisted them. j?Jerusalem, nhall men worship gelher with the other helpers exclusively) the who were enrolled later Mr* Vlther <; %  i' a Spirit nnd they constantly attacked and challenged that hip Him must worship by oiher .lergy and publicists. |^^t ,n *Pr.t and in truth." And < >ven by Bishops and even an Archalways fitting and bishop (York) as well as bv the stable, mobs in the streets and fields. oft*fi organised, alas' by clergy yet. average human nature and magistrates and other official it always be at its high tide parsonage,. So h* wrote ami pubTellatlous fervour and good ih>hed vigorous "defences" and lo> We have to allow for up* appeals" addressed as lie put it. downs, periods of full en, )( h( .. Men n Reason and R"Jiusiastic activity, followed by ligjon". and naturally Included. relaxation and then again by recontinually, definitions and ex! vival. So a "Holy Season" may be „| an atlons. permitted and even be rational and helpful. Here is one of these, an early sample: "A M-thodist If. one whSurh a season the worl.l wide lives according to the method laid Methodist Church is planning for down by the Bible"—a somewhat next year. 1953. and I propose to novel view and pattern of lif describe and explain the plan and then, if a commonplace Idea tnprogramme in this article. day. Here Is another, addressed directly to the Archbishop who It is fitting to mention also that hjl() ^MlllllWJ the clergy of his the B.C. Church recognises this [,.,„, mcc „nd dlstribut'd a pamaspecl of human nature and imc t entitled "Ohservations • Christian living very fully and lhfl conduct and Behaviour of arranges from time to time for cpft^n sect, usuallv f.ist.nguikheo special seasons and big stimuby the na me of Methodist." in lating rallies, as for example, the w 'hich ho condemned Wesley's Eucharistic Congresses in Rome or potions as he called them. some other great Catholic centre. ^ ^ ^^^ wply Prrlimi^ry Points. But before M> !" !" \ a ^ !" R $l* !" I launch out on my main thesis, is the loving ofM M*'" 1 %  '' £ there are two introductory points heart and our neighbours asourwhlch It seems desirable briefly selves; and in^ .S dilnVgll m deol with > n H" 0 1 *" evU and ^ oUlK d to deal with. possible good to all men." (1) The Nome Method*.Many d f hU artlc e zealous members of the dcnomioa%  .*£"„? p|e *, described? lion do not, I fear, know the jj n ire two dangers against The ers*i fM thrill-, and sensa' hich the Christian democrat must tion.il gsteib %  valenie be on his guard: the vastness and of nervous disorders and pessitnomplicaiion of the machine? ism which mark so misrh of' necessarily set up to effect social modem literature an -11 ^mpreform und tu exalt the machine tons of man's rc'tlessnc> ang above those whom it is meant to dissatisfa< I benefit, and the plan sometimes He will never be aatuned either becomes more important than ,y food or circus thoae foi whose sake it is designed God has placed salt on man's' We must never forget that ma|„>„. and he will be thirst hlnery and plans, however adh „ has aajawhsrl his thirst by t'.e mirable. are only a means to an waters of lift SfSJUTi' 3 U *£? d .? l t !i?!!i rg ; SpJntual security Is therefor* estpoaslble number of individual ,,„&<, „ w u s „,.,,., m *" and womn. i „t only religion give tin Phrases such as "the common i re d a few days ago an eniiy fj^.s. l^!^.. w, i "*I.. m *Z ln Beatrice Webb's recently pubhide the fact that the "good and hlhrd dlarv sh* wss a „oble and 'welfare are not vague abstra. unJ rlnsh woman who gave herself lions but the rood and welfare of unsparingly In work for her felnuroerous individuals, each with lows But she felt intensely the m. s.v.ii libillty. tion "What is man?" Is complete The other danger Is that in conunless It takes into account that entrnting on the physical and man has a soul as well as a body, nental welfare of the individual and that he is called to h> his spiritual nature may lie negxen of heaven as well as of earth lected for man hns n soul as well BEATRICE WEBB, u-ife of Sidnep as a body, and if the soul is alWebb. later Lord Psfleli. w lowed to iUrvo Whlta U bo.i> i* a leadino Fabian and fheoruof well fed there will follow restless llie Socialist Parti/. .She died hi ness and disillusionment. 1941, aaed S. .A ^TENDER LEAF TEA ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved in 1 Day Una. fMptrj Atiim*• ...y wilh r %  4H Ton %  1* |n |k I U>%  •i.|i. -ali in*lm MBd Ml -iimtii.c ikr*nan nt IS minui— Koon (>.. Ms TI .-i4 tMaasa Ssssarn %  orvaiti* % % %  uir **d f>1>. \ asevai tu*. txm gmi gal. |>ur air into yonr lui4r><) „ i. n MM Ihr -ff*,!. -f II II ,|,,..,ls—. Hqil.no. r. Ihr -ll-ngl i 111 11 rrl.— II %  lun-. til li i tag Rial II.I Milieu B |II.A K"tat in mi., tvr, iiraaihn %  hat .1 t"-rltit I Mendaco PAINS I 111 ICIC \ 11 it should be all right, origin of their appellation, not to *^ fc1 T lmn W And while many. speak of the vast company of adSrv"^! pre*nt day Methodists herents throughout the world and Jg nnJ a ,^ mCMUre up to that the surrounding lookers. The name was given as a term of good natured ridicule and mockery to a little company of under-graduates at Oxford University 200 odd years ago wtien the Wesley brothers. John and Charles, were connected with that .i MH*.r Aim VAMUB issoHrMxr ix srom hllh .landard they arc on thr whole. I lubmit. fairly Kood Christian, and quitf good clUiens. Ortlrtfi of HM >dco ond U monIno. The plan orlnlnaled and come to birth at an Ecumenical I universal, world-wide) Assembly of Methodist leaders from all the linds, held at Oxford. Ensland, In ancient and famous seat of lcamtne Mr iy fall of last year, such ing. and because of the precise Ecumenical gatherings are teniind regular (methodical) way in year events, held alternately in whick they kept "the rules of Brllaln and U S.A. the two chlel study and conduct laid down in centres and first held In 1871. the statutes of the University." |t was widely felt that the They were also nicknamed "The Methodists the world over In their Sacramenunans" and The Holy millions were one great '""''J Club." nd that they ought to meet, to generous representation followed That little group was at llrst „ full reports, from tlrne^lo lime (1728 o, thereabouls) under the t„ express the family feeling, t. leadership of Charles, hi. brother review work done and the Jenenav.ng graduated and been orflcienl results achieve. " a dalned lad gone lo work a. curate plan yet more extended operawuh lhe,r falher. Ihe Rector of tions In the future. So the t.> Epworth and Wroote in UncolnAssembly was arranged o and shire Hut in I72 John wa. elected K has been repealed to this day j Feilo v of Uncoln College and >l the .en y*U JnttrrA "2*3 returned lo Oxford and by reason the one for .Ml Wl. IMjJontd of hU four or live years' seniority besause of the war until %  • and his stronger personality meaning and purpose of Mils I quickly took over the position of ] ,JJ < | J'V Y e" r ls „ world UHI,leader and teacher. extension of Evangelism. In har; „. . .„„,„ mony with Ihe first uprising nnd CMrle. Wesleif. I am .trongly ^. (p , no Mclnod „, m OTelemptod to pause here and Iryt" Al „, „ |, t„ be carried sketch brleny this second gifted !" iii. " M mc| „„,, po.^ble | and inspired preacher and cvange|5agtga|l)l> melhiHl—personal list who helped so largely tolay DDea i i,ouse to house vhitati"". the foundations of the new Engre j,,, meetings, revival misj land which developed richly In B ^ nI ln all tnc thousands of | the auceeedliui nineteenth cenCnurr hes and chapels, distribution tury. Ho needs to be introduced (ll i,teralure, much corporate to the present generation; he has p^ycr. visits to big workshops i.nci been obscured by hi. more prom,„ rt ories etc. etc But no IOMF inent and famous brother. tizlng! And the present year u | . vi. was puuuxd to use as a Ume of He wms the youngest of hi. —-J^uo,,. spreading the news Mother's extraordinary fam-gj^g every Methodist interested ( ily of nineteen children, thirteen >nd nat t y 1O help. of whom lived to reach'maturity. He was a more emotional and Now il is calculated that there elouunit peacher than John, are 40 to 50 millions of Wesley s hut he did not possess his mexchildren in Ihe <"•£.£ %  !&,£ orable logical force nor his calm the Ove rent nents In thi sl.rals and amailng orginusing gift. But of <£ !" ^'^g'J',*',S he WM above all Ihe poet of the "Jf'"1 r rrn ,h.il SlSSilWy Revival ond is said to have beer, that ,0 £,£,"' e^.ged In next the .uthor of over 6 000 lryrlc.1 '"^"J^",,,,,! ," ccccl ,n winI composilion., half of them Hymns )Mie l;itnvvn each, that would portraying a full-orbed Gospel J|w enrolment of an addi, and • rich spiritual experience fQUr ,„ llvc millions. For example: "Jejus. Lover of my aoul." "Oh for a thousand To wnal end or purpose'" May 1 tongue* to sing My Great Renot ay the extension of rtghteousrleemer's Praise." "Love Divine. n ess. peace and social well being all love, excelling." and surprls|„ all the worlda most desirable inglv. that charming song prayer achievement, surely. Shall we nol for little children: "Gentle Jesus, all wish trie Hob '.,... !>ii..ess meek and mild. Look upon a and even do .Kir bit to help to mat little child." ol ? WHITE PAINT! WHY, Of OOUftM; EVERYBODY PEACOCKS WHITE PATNT BEATS ALL OTHERS. GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES Phone 4>18 — Rlrkrll si This is the NEW Carton for YEN0S COUGH MIXTURE I Ins new iinun in orange nnd blue .oti\INOS (X>LG11 MIXTL'RK, ,.i die carion i* difTcrcni ihe HMfdldM irnuiir ihe NHtlc II the 1SRIC inkkr.ul remedy lor *ti>pring •.oughing %  tuctu, casing the brcjthiiig, ^willing Mircreu in chett snJ thniat. and prwectngdvctinndlunp. VESO'Si* gocxlluf rhcvihote family. Get wnc unmedMicly. STOPS COUGHS QUICKLY! m Its best to buij Platignum MAPI IM CfS^ 1N&IAH0 PENS from S!.0O tu SI.32. BAIL-POINTS $1.08 (Refills 36C) C. L. PITT & Co., Lid—Agent.. r m PAIHT IS PAIMT IS PAIMT IS PAIIT ... But the right paint for the rljjht Job le all Important; we have the paints and more Important the know how. See us for the right paints for your problem Job, now A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. ^V ,\RI 4 cents each Cannon C'runhrrs < inn. ( Drupe I low IT Pols Hroml Last Spnniflpt (ioldl'll K.nri Ambrr I Iriiinliir, Crnrkern Kadiuni I ..i//l. i I>i>ilp Oaxxlrn r. ..I. %  t>f u .ii< \ .-.itiu-is FlyinK I -i-lcs Blue I>evUs Torpfdo4-s FJrrlrir Wiiicru / %  :: It us SquihlM 8 cents each Stiiiihbs Cracker* Human Candles Bright %  .Nli n Kahl ffsMass Ml. PWIM Ml. Vmuvlus VVjtthcs' Cmildmns Broad CwSl Spari|{ln ButUrfly I iMiikh Koinun Candles Coloured Forue Fires Slij.inliiir t;„i i i Bright KM-keifi StarlijjhU Onik'on FI nines Cnnnon Crackers Kudiuin I).I//III. Mask DssBswM F.meraltl Cwswswlwl 12 cents each Fnre Fires Sjitelite Koinnni Cnirkem Bright K.minis I>i//les Dn/ilr-. Bright K>ckets Broad (nl Spanxles I ineriild Cascades Coloured Kutnsni Wheels Streamline Rockets Forye Fires Rndinni |i;i,/|.-, 18 cents each fad. in the Box Spanyle Slar Bombs trackers Whirley Puirlers Bright KoekelH Kadiuni Daimlers .'-l.li O It. lill WitcheV Cauldrons Ml. Pelee Mt. Vesuvius Komiin Candles. Bri|{hl Komaii Candles, Coloured Slieaniline Kwkets llombH—2c. each or 20c. per dot. Matwhsi—6c. per box Small Spurklent —Pkc. of six 10c. per pky. Large Spanglrrs —pkg. of six 20c. per pkj;. 24 cents each Itynamine Bed Liubts (ineii 1.it; his Ml. Pelee Ml. VesmiiiH Kadiuni Dwssswsfl Whirl Wheels Wliirle> Tuirlern Hydra Headed Comets F.lectric Whirl Wheels Fmernld Cascades Forjfe Fires Dizzle Dazzles Jack in the Box Mine* with serpents BtltterfU iHinklirs Witch's Cauldrons Koman Candles (Assorted) Kockels (.Assorted) 36 cents each Ml. Pelee Ml Vesut ins Korkels < Assorted) Prlsmatee Liuhts Koman Candles (Assorted) Jack in Ihe Box Mines with Serpents Butterfly Twink.crs Forge Fires Crackers 60 cents each Jack in the Box Whirl Wheels Fine raid Cascades Monster Fountains 72 cents each Monster Fountains Wheels Komaii I.ins Bouquet of l.erbs Kom.iu ( aililles (Assorted I Bullerllv Tuinklers Koekets (Assorted) Jet Wheels $1.08 each Devtwl % %  nilg Tailors Koman Caudles (Assorted) Jack in (he Box Bnui|liet of l.erhs Kockels (Assorted) Mines with SerpenK Trianiile Wheels Pyramids of Koiuau ( undies $1.44 each Mines with Serpents Koman C.inille. (Assorted) Bouquet of (lerbs Jack in the Box Vertical Wheels $1.80 each Jack in Ilit* ll\ Kniiiaii (andlrs 11,.-! of (.ill. Vertical Whrrls *.•/. thin lint, fill in Ifttn mil//, ami brin/f or w/7 it in unil n •• will put ihi-m up fur i§im S-*our t0inplnff*. IiMI.ll I S DRUG S IOICI S



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r PAGE TWELVE SUNDAY ADVOCATE si Mill iXTOBF.K If. IM2 Gomes Commission Report iffiUon wall On | RKTOHT ol '"' 0"lMlni ls> Interchangei conUnatri and as following upon the expiry of the ;. UM OWMTI Slum Om r l Tr !2? 1 > tor* givins aj1d.-ne* epplied to both statutory author.IVcwis ons> Ordinance. iM4. fl* rgttnh were M for permission to letnovv the the lath Aujust. iSl. they i: ,dividual> -nd twtnlypasace which tr*> had '^n *£•< >*" !" one othc.s gave rtatlmcnU on comix-Hod to pr y „^*^Z_ ~ has request. Oral evidence i „ivcn 6 UM 10th August. 1951. |? ** %  "*• *!,*,, mndred and forl>-two th. temporarj pr-viaioo. of the Jhe "^jySjg* nfl^Jdlh. Corp.^ -rson WIUINHI, o whom nineteen gay* Ordinance above-mentioned exgLfi2Li BSI hi could no" whOU or has been an officer .latlon to two or pired because a resolution of the i'l^i^h^LJ*" !for toe SS-' or in the employment ..I bm> of enauirj. The Leisl.tlvo Council was not -PProee ""£>*** fnr ,no M • Corporation. t o mm laaao n sat (or this purpose parsed to keep them in eperatlon .*.. %  „,-_. K. Tolli* aUcebencj SU HU*B*T ,„> thirty-eight dayI M -nd by the end of the same Km\ HAS. i. i.V.U(.. iK'ison* srho fave evidence Is month the Council. . corporate office in the Corporation and of any person who tl i been an officer or in tho employment ol the Corporation. Our terms of reference were as follows: — enquire and report on the anturB, admin Ut rat ion. management and conduit of Port-of-Spain Cur] FINDINGS places are called upon vide a ground floor geusa#eway and an eight-foot space open to the sk> at the rear. The latter has already been en. croecbed upon by the erection of the itairway at the rear. If the passageway II eliminated (a) Waste and storm water drains will now through the body of the store and in cases of heavy downpours the store may be fcoodatj (bl The sewer line and water mam will course through the store an,; may be even covered over by fixtures, ate. <•' Dustbin*. 4c, will have to be emptied through the storr xpreasions Mployineiit of the ,., (1| „ v l | ,.l tinCouncil and, a-, of their Intention Corporation with particular reUll ggfajdaag were In a special un y future dlrectlc„. lo — lum clearance area duly declared laimtime llity were making i>y the Medical Officor of Health. fe.1 the uaailiiii bv the CouO tl wrtl under the provisions of ..ppllcntions to the Council to be *
e sSTrnXtX %  f pall CorparatMB. acd ^, M KIM ::-. '"•' %  n i ??v : * sh„u* ^j+Fittysrtsz m &&<&£'&*& sys rlasr puswe four lost lde Insincerity and deccll VLJSLti md the MntoTtn. I. We are lull, uw. rt the !?^E5„ ?hc OeP""' Tow. KUPpltPort-crett-U four feet wide Insincerity and deceit. distance of only W 11. We are fully aware of the .„. -Spain m from ih* f ron t uf the build.scope of this enquiry under oui ^'v tu ol ag with the remainder of the terms of reference but, as there J^*:Ji rv i^tnda that aleo — Md paasage open to the sky and was an allegation that one of the TTTJJ ,„ T" Vh Market or leading to a clear open space "wnera had bribed a councillor Iauril eesewfasTv and the circumuncovered at the back of the th at circumstance necessarily mig. The next statutory meet-. flBBUhnt thereon; building B feel wide between tho solves a careful scrutiny of the m| wns held or the 30th August.! %  I a%e purchase of certain Dorthem boumi-iy of the lot and 'nduct of that owner and of the (oji. Laic m •". afternoon o( ( used east Iron pipes by lh> •),,. building" rm ' *hich he is a member. lrit) { Jay the Ocputy-IAayoi of the Port-"!12Before dealing with that .. ULI _in the Mayoi f uermisaion l< Spain CcrSSM.. • t i : tin nmenced allegation and the main topic of lu ^ the question but a* the 150 from Messrs. Poomn thatU) after tli pi.ui had been our Inquiry w c digress for a Mayor then had to leave to attend and Nunes and the clrcum.'pproved but il soon became "iwment to deal with an accuseanother ollicial function the rne*tstances attendant • purchase by the *.! cil of the l'ort-of-Suam the requirement in regard to tho ,,lp *!* Deputy-Mayor, Mr ^ave and on the motion of the r^jrporatloo Erom the Ca.pasaausa, and that Uw blue pencil ^y.^ 0 -^^^* 1 ?*^,^ i^ P^ u ? v ; *y or ^f £ffA tor w !f cia Commercial Company %  if n eeetatn sewage iulh,> owners wennoinwd i.ii thereon evident that there had been cer"n which was levelled at the n g was adjourned to the followmm devlaflone from It, Including Slum Clearance Committee by „,fry when, with the May CM > iBSsin *• requirement in regard to the, ">e then Deputy-Mayor, Mr %  .•ge. and thai the blue pencil Q "u V ^ ' & 5 h ? r B,,d t nal th ,pany line had been crawl. Thereupon """"do '>' that Committee was or n mwnn ^.n M dU-lne owners were n mined • S !" T "? fS !. 5 '''! Z pmej Plan, then rihsato at called upon by bolh authurltiea gff "^.f r.a.J to hum r ,n ? tinf b \v^ler Field and the c.rlo .-ease work on .he building, g2 lj J !" U M Ln? harishln S V ?*J£S < rumatnnres ittondanl thereand further (by the Slum ClearSaffnaaulL hi,rdini P ^ lal ;ix voted f %  noa Committees to submit an. m snl "*""• "' • 0>mmltteu, to submit an> (/) the general conditions upon representations that ikey might 13. In th c rst place il is quite which %  applies for the use wish lo make why legal action clour from the evidence that there of the Porti Bpl .iild not be taken against them Was uniformity ol policy between COM been ami and thy the Councilj to show the Committee and the Counc i pu r chased both iocali> cause within seven days why the and unanimity of opinii Mid from abroad by thc work dune should not be removed, tween their technical officers Council of th> porotmn; ...though given fuilhei waiii.ngs. 'nents prescribed, by the Commit the grant of %  lease In 1947 .ompleled the i-onstrucllon and • nfl 'hat was the set policy of that portion of Mari'.e ...cupied the building by thc midof ho" 1 authorities to Insist on Square ...inmonlv known die .( December, 1947. without a lne Prtieular requirement %  as Goats Maimi to one Mi. certificate <>f r.nnpletion. lulln ' P"aagajg, • Louis Oilman Thomas then practicable. %  gard to the bu.ldmg requireI^X'l .liscuvslons^Commlttee. 20. After examination of those minutes and careful consideration „t the evidence of seven of the members of the Council who were present at the meeting no satisfied thai this afford* — matance where the paramount .oiwidcration—what is best in the I nterests of the bui gm ee was other con'tdera,vhen vei teneially U> enquire int i> F?? during whleh ;" did th> iti .n inreumaiancea or matters \eiulun of tho Courts whether cognate to the above %  '"'. a,, l decisions adverasT !" matters or not which may be •" rm by a Magistrate and the "" disclosed by the evidence subCourt Of Appeal. ;1 nn.il appeal. milled and appear to men. ni %  %  partition, was made to Investigation." ">e i-ovemoi "itu declined to 2. Our report on Item (/> of intervene. As an act of grace, our terms of reference is not %  >>\^--\'-. and un the recoininenuicluded in this Heport but Is Nation of the Planning and a insist on the rcctini.niv deviations the Other hand.' they permitted t'>v retention %  t a stairway on the outside of the' building Instead of the inside — %  specified on the plan and granted many extensions of time within • which to comply with then egard to the passage lions. Rousing Commission, un exlen^nd a ll this they did even though of the time iixed i,\ the Slum their authority had been floutet 1 in a most brazen manner by the owners of the building. In our opinion the Committee ahowc.1 submitted M'paratcly. S. The Commission rirst met in v "" Of the tune hxeil b) the Si Port-of-Spain on 20th October. L %  • i.m. Committee for the 19*1. to deal with formal and l ropei execution of thc work in procedural matters. Iftnrry with then requne4. Before the Commission meBti was granted. On the fith great forbearance in very began its enquiry notices had August, 1940, the owners were catlve circumstances and been published m the new papers notified of the Oovernor*! dectoceusation which was inviting members of the public 'ton and Uiercafter the paasageagainal them Is devoid of who were able to give any we^ was provided That, however. ISThe application — Information relevant to the -m not put an end to th mailer, owners made ln^ May. Enquiry to communicate with the 'or further representations and turned down but ihich the 1951. was immediatt-l> riiticura V/ SOAP BOATING NEEDS DECK PULLEYS HV x W. 1 Va" x 7 16" PULLEY BLOCKS SINGLK. and DOUBLE 2" SAIL SLIDER W ROUND SAIL THIMBLES 1" x 7/16', 1V4" x W STAINLESS STEEL THIMBLES V X 5 32", :s 16" x V 4 JIB HANKS No. 0 and 1 GOOSENECKS STERN HEAD FITTINGS HEAD BOARD SHACKLES TUFNOL DOUBLE and SINGLE SHEAVE BLOCKS I) SHACKLES :: It" x '. 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PAG! FolRTF.ES 8PWDAT ADVOCATE • •* SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19 MO CLASSIFIED ADS. tnrPMOht ot *rais. %  i 4 30 p n ...1.1.II 11 S> THANKS ed g ate •"I **rr.p*lln Oftta • linn M Mi I'-lir D Hamil-tei %  ...id MUlnn Bannti H | i AMi I i: W< %  %  .'gned lr .11 Ihoae who letter, cardf. \ (MU or In any *a< tta^gaBBSaW Iheu .ymnatn. through the **d h****v*mrnt >( Mabel Chandlei who dted lllh October. IMS. Dtarrdrnr O.lcy and In** HerbeC Inl'i. wn. Otlaieae. Bertie (MUM .children. ..nd %  g-and-rhlldren IS to si— in HI TRAM %  W* in* undaraWBM* bog itueuah it.,, medium U> retain Ihuw t all Ihuta Kind Irier-di who M'n wlHilo iellera. card.mil >t mpalhlaac With u. Id OW "d htrr*vrmni1 eauae. 1* in* d-.it "I i 'TH II ,i-.i.n Oulrum It HH-ln "MH.ii iind**Mgn*d n' in egaa i OH SAII: \l lOMOTIVE CARPackard %  cylinder l"-l ince return (mm garage niter com%  i.rao Fluying .mailer car Or Bimon If 10 SJ-Iri l" and 4 | l H %  %  %  14 10 M Mn El.ECTKU Al. PIKlll SAM.% REAL ESTATE ALMOeTT NEW I Bedroom linn Bwrttnlnw. ah., .t 7.000 >q II al BAY*' All UA Going (or Only A O..C Store. 1 IIMKXIM. over 4>m M| It I WnltTHINO MAIN RD IU(M ofOoing fax Only aTa.10* Net A J fcdrooan in On** ai Dm Ron* Bungalow abn.il ll.OtO MI fl Bj NAVY OiUDaa oakM t. r o...> ii. N.> A Ona-Slae*. 3 Bedroom ihillv Mon*. Vary Oood Cmdliion IN PF.IJXVOXI. Ooing (or Only IM Net All N*w J Bedroom .P-ill Si .ho.il4.awaq. II AT ClOVT HILL. I Mrl IN NEUaOK STA I I'M | .-.I aboul 170 M p m V HID* Nrl LN ND*)N *T A I Can Yield about m Can al.o Mak* a Oood •land, Water, Light. OMng <"' Only *Tt Net A Good Building .Vt| I MavwoM MVI. ab.ul '. Art*, doing .r only IS el*. Net pat aq II II la •" %  I D T 4* Abru IXADft l >.-. h %  <] i'HK EN and MOST DEIKAULK PfaOPCRTWCa Including SXAANVWHKJuT DIAL Mil I It. nth llaetlnga IDE IU*tJ SITE AUCTION •'lor. IDI MajMHord a.— Walrolt i am Baa. igrai.df'ikli.-.i W I* M—Ii IN MEMORIAM ( .i.Ui-lt> uw Pbon* **7> 17 !• 11 H BtECUANlCAL iiiaoftia HIIWFII atlh*-' .1 II 1" %  UACII1ME — SlNOOt THEADU %  : \i MINI in parfnet order. OflNTT-p—d w.th itghi. Dial •* %  pi Arfhrr bgcKanai* If 10 M-li. OLIVETTI iM 441 TyptwrlK-it ^ %  ihl* from Block In vaifoua antag> .. j.lihi a> followi i thai will ,i*.v linajar .MI.I .-HI Al*>. ir.i.oitlviad li% Am,.. Ma[~i> | rnaulrlM !" and Mur*v* lnm.lirt l |j a—in Lb) Dial 371J ng memory dear da>i>M>r IK %  died on October It. aMI Out of a world ol mow Into i Cod n.L,.l have a beaullful ga-Uei. rS H. %  if — tatsM It" — |)M ~ aluaaon. Son A Co %  All Hill.MAN UINX ESTATE CAR .til Koddi. M mllea only. We have -Uuetlona to aril ibi tcte wbiih has Ihe fmnl end darnfad. Iv Action at Co**'. Oafag.on Today the i4ll> October, at IXi pi" iiaUnmi JOHN M rN-ADON Ai Ming. Phone • It It U W\VI>:M IIEI.IACCOUNTANT Maojuired an Accoi nl wfUl secretarial experi*ne Ap rn Pogany Boo. ltd aVoad Silt IO tf— AUDIT TArr INTEBMf-riATE A JUNIOR RKQCIKrif Salary acnardmg to abUily and ripertetw* — apply ir. wn writing wilh detalU of ago. nhiii. Applwattlaehed xtderad unlen reterenc %  AltaMAN U. old eatabllafaod Bra* ...idling world wide product Sole-man <• travel WaM Indian I.land a P y eJOUt 1. RraSgaM in MISCELLANEOUS BATH Sial* price aaked o AdturM* Co 14 It M 4n GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VBCavncy in ihc Elemvniary Tcatchlni Service ApcUcgiUona are Invited from teachers (men) with at Icsal 10 years' teaehini experience for the Headship of the Good Shephrtd Boys' School. St James. The minimum professional qualification requ*r**l la the? Certificate A of the Department or exempUon iheeafrom. Salary will be In accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers in Grade I Elementary Shoots. CdndldalM who have already submitted application forma In respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accocnprinsed by a recent testimonial All other candidate* should make %  ppUc.ttioii on the appropriate form which may be obtained (Tom the Departir.cnt of Education. Alt application*, must be enclosed in envelopes marked "Appointments Board" In the top left hand cornel and mutt reach the Department of Education by Saturday 25th October 1952 Cgrwfcdoiej are named fhaf ran> without .hlldten. V>.i brdrooiru I'liune BSM It I* U—In. I'lllMIMI Mng I public I hereby warned agalr.il BM Wile. Edna riea.i at I d may apply by letter accompanied by a recent i.-stimonial Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another school must inform his or ber uresent Chairman of Managers and the Head Teacher of un application for such a transfer. Alt applications must be enclosed in envelopes merkad Appointwiciiii Board'' in the top left hand corner and must reach the Depart5 ment of Education by list October 19*2. l.a-uiidat. arc tcarnedi thai cenrtLtBTiii may lead to their dirqiiali/ication. ITth October, lpS2. Vou are Invited Te Deep In al . THE ARLINGTONS SNACKETTE GRILL ROOM i the iv.ti.nii Flour -l ML* Marhlll Slreel ReoUurant. any tlmr during Buslnew* llntiror before and after The Theatre A WKLL STOCKED BAR and MNACK StRVUH await you. UNBEATABLE PRICES THE ARLINGTON. Marhlll treet—Phone 4130 t'Urn-tv* I NMIIRO of l.ood (Ijs. rrnprrli and I and Always AvalUWr FOR SALE :"?& '"ISmS! IAIH PLANTATION Lucy Id* II) App.-. A a Hliakl—ll Mi St J N I Itnali*'.* Crab Hill at Lt IT t U -t f B i LAT umuhed rial, gar f Ml ••unit i< Polkete. lr Dover lioni IM I IBSJ ii. ajaa bottom (I. It It SS-dfl REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS MR' BCNOALOR Known a. No 10. Blue tt-lci-. aid Handing on approximalely 14.UU0 aquarc lawl ol land, compriaUig thrrr uedrooir.-. one wllh dre*atiui.io..in and toilet and balh attaehed. conblnaUor drawing and dining* roorn. atrpa'atf toiiai and hath. aTaodarn kitchen lo a*TYant room* WaDi toilet and bath garage Tfci* prcaMrtv can be bought tor tkaaongbtr ngprr Plra. conlael u. ag aooD as poaalblr tREEirUlJI Large .tone houM npetalr-f three hed'oonu. living room, dining room toilets and batha, on* with tub bath and hot and cold water. DownaUIri: Uiree .pare klichen an." "IN4n.i-.fl Qlbb'4 Beach. Rt. P*ler Modem, lull* (urnlaheil Rungta nw aullable foe couple, from November IS53 Apply WMr, Bay ley. High St reel % %  > aiit IS 10 :.j In sy-A BUNGALOW IODOE I AND -T MICHAEL %  airabfe tome r"n tlw by Ing Tlrni uC I u.MiM nntjartOTtr, The arenn1.1 dation provide. 3 apaelou. U<>oomr. with built.In wBrdc-obea L.rge drawing room. >m altihenette nii !>•.,„,.., ri-'Oin, and l,.cge : N ilet-ched Malm • %  '< %  light Thl. pruprit, |g .llualrd In a new 1 1 t'nlial area from th. re a-e fln* penoramtc vi.wi o( nndketuwn and th* hat. Tt.e *lte la very cool and ITMa town centre I th from appro* %  • to l'i acre, aa required and lh* pric* aaked u nae ( B)l indeed. We ran 'ecotnniend I hi. aataai eaij highly Itl'IIJJINO Pia-yrs IODGI IAM "tl Michael Wr offer 4 iiltrattlvr lot. tn thli new devri%  area, varvlnt in .Ire from 10000 to IKOO aq 11 approx.. ail u tl, eirellenl trfawt. Water and light avail 1 lile BRIOHTWOOD. SI Lawrence. A pleaaant and rnmfortabkr p e iaa t f ty "i"ii nicely turrouridli.e. O* n ne^ch and ncnlent bathing Three bol'oonu. livn.g room and dining mom. kitchen, aapaiate toUel and ahower. wide L ahaped verandah lookingara-wardf a*p-rate garage -nd aerv.mt.* room* Ideal aeaatde home In a good RKRTCCNCE. THE GARDaEN. IVoltTHIKG .M-derti coral atone biiivgalOW on comer ak> wh wide rronlag** Pleaaant garden wllh atasrer bad* lawn, caetcrete paUo. and niirnbar of bearing fruit Accommodation comnriaca large living room, covered gallan. 1 bedn am 1 -a"tn hulli-ln ward robea. frail attv kitchen, aarage eiU. covuad -a-av lo hatur atrvanu' quarter, .uid all usual otnCaa AH pnblnutility aajvlaea OH* of tne mod atlractlWf hinjia* %  liable in th* medium price ange. MALTA. si 1-fcTKK Exi*n. iveiy r*>modclled houae of ma>. Iv* .tone corurtructlon wllh wer garden., fniil tree* are •paclou* vrrandaha on to fide, wilh view* over bench. Urge Uvlng room. S double b*d> battarooma ibeth wtak lubai modem kitchen and buUei-a pantry. dcwn.Ulra la th* laundry. good aervanUaccmnmotlatloc. foe 3. I garagoa and itorrreomi rull public service, plu. own d**p well with electric Dump Right of way over beach wllh tuperb bathing Opportunity for a dlf criminating buyer SCA FORT. AT JAAUCS Cnrelullv re-modelled I atorev houa* on on* at th A moat attractive ana* in thl* Inrrra.ingb popular area ReauOrul coral and aand baayah laamaa, wmadaaa caTbtef II iVia. 1H..a.4 anewgn aaaTaBrMODERN COUNTRV PROPEBTV A luiurtoua ham* conwlth local .toi.e and incorporating all modern anienllle. fOf comfortable living Tiled ta-alha lo each hrdroom. hoi and cold itt.il .teal do-ir.. RpanUh type patio itli Illy pond, picture Hew. i.l cc-aat line and broken .te< on dUlanl coral reef. The a.rm.imodatlon 11 of apacaMi. proporuona ntting lo a houa* of Uilf type li-mi-id. are aeveral acre. in .xent with ornam*nUl garderu profuaely laid out with every va-lety of flowering ahfub Companr*a rl*ctrlc light and main* wat*r Bupnly. Pull 0* tali" an I -rder to view an appllcallon BUNGALOW RT Jama*— ^ound .tone bungalow with 2 bedro.-*na. living room, kitchen, panIry. bathroom, large gaiag*. workahop and KnunU' quartan. Malna water and electricIIv Vary rleaaant beach alt* of naafty . m.v bearing coconut ine fl..*cnnn .hr.iba Very priced .t HOOD RERJDENCr. BLACK ROCK Soundly constructed properly will 1 bedroom* 1 living room*, dining lry. On land of apIlLlUHMi UKil ST I^WRXNCR COAST r-.crlli.nl plot 11 <<"-i posHata wgai wiaa "-a frmilage Ideal at** for aea-ald bungalow ibU am •paclou* diawing room and dining room, and bieakfa.t room. 3 l-*droonii. 1 garagaa etc Lately occupied by III Conaul Total 1 18.7 Jg 1 n. mo liounE. 1 (i--d *it.iation for retail .hop In thia b urr p art o( town. <:ate %  WEJCTTUll I) St Peter An "tat* typ* houa* built of atone Contain* lore* living room wttu Plrneh window* Irading onto covered verandah, with Vl*w of aaa. 9 tiadrooma. kitchen, atoreuaual outbuilding.. re arm aervanta' quarter. wk J*. acr*a well Uld out Kd. -.th nght of way over COVE SPRING HOUSE. BT JAMEA — On* of th* law propertira n n Ihli popular coaat with a rompl*UI> prtvaU and tecluded bathing beach The around• of about I>. acre* are well wooded and could readily be converted or lb* .how place* Of he [.land Th* hour* Ii of 1 torej. and haraeuw. home mom*. large living %  .( %  randan with good vl*w. klUtoen. pantry. **rvant quartan and tlornroorna Good MluaUon n*ar ooif Courar E4JO0 COUNTRV HOUSE. CHIILST cilunCR beauuiuin ..ppoinbrd reafcsane* with llnfularly attractive and UI.J--.-.I featiii*. .Ituateit m -alt wooded ground* of OWST 3 acre* flpaciou* well proportioned %  ptkin and dining room*, atudv. nvMlah.. patio. 3 large bodoma. I with ptctur* typ* windows. Hied aV-gueh typ* bath*, hot and cold water In bathroocna, ailchen. bult*r'a pantry and laun1 frrtly equipped modern k He hen complet*ly llleed with al-lnlra* .leeI Mnk and fitted wall capboard* made u> tne hiahast •Uindard Two cloaed and two open lann. atabie*. 4 atrvanar roOfna won uaual • % %  caw Can..drr.lilc number of mature frvdt iree.. cuava. banana, aurar appa*. lamhKatBg hogaay tree.. COABT LAN lllltafl Uu.lne. ...... wtn good PUnUUcns Paene 444W



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SUNDAY. OCTOBER l(. IK2 Church Services Sr\TV\Y M1V0CATF -i LIUM.RU < HI m ii • BI Chora' Bur!.. %  urhanat antl Add-* and %  •man. 1 pr T pm C, *„...., and Brrmun. wm .vi*\ "oniTK iiBrr r MM %  i^mi "M K %  %  ~a*l-, Rvrhn* Iff*** Praa.-herMr f fl I W. W hWl MaB*r*tr* %  uraoiiti JAMB KTMTT CJ..n Day o( £*.,,. •"" ('•"••II" lam Pram W**i uuj II a m Yiium P>pM Broadcaat W--* f-iaar*.t - K B. Taa.%  •n. D A %  D J p n. Unix* bnrf %  ingtnfl in Chinch yard 7 p rn Kvanin* T in Hn.l liwinir* and fcUf •MI .• >M Matin* and aarmon. Matron Cvrnaaaaa; and ww~i araartiai %  i m Tuaadav Fx. and addr*** rrrarhM R*v 1. Br i; m Tr.* *"lrat \ l | 1.1U-W on •Tfc* IA "i Raw" Paml i. a-mi j-a.,1 atoond V .: %  amindad mat al Narhola* PalranaJ %  But -!••>. broa-tn. I I.Oil IIUTI.l MilHH TVDOR a-nUTBT Marntnl t *• a m S ir-Ja? >• a* a n> Mining ar*nio rvanaralntir Vrvln 0 A II n PAVNM 1 Hill WHITTII 1 ] %  'i. %  Mdn OILL MEMORIAL-II Rnnrh iii>t.inii-.vN -i M M> BANK H ,| i I HPfcaOHlSTOl N Uvrtnrr 7pm Mi MI-AH > M %  m Ra. BETHranA I BETH 111. 'I ..I 1 Mr n l.nrt I I'-W' UP. • F H W'aHhr Iterahdl Mai .hail OrHtHh 1 %  %  001 MaeHnar %  lakrn at a>arh aaaat in %  i-i*.-i. PIP public m Puna and TRE I .t I ION ARM DALKL'ITH Youri*. fVi,plr R.ilU (La/ T I p m Mr C r PrtHnt. X A nTl MO\ I II %  an fta* r Vivian p .ii n-v r Vivian .iiltTII IMSTItll T • > m Mr L nU.llu.ii. I B :,. Mi C PROV:Di:NCB H am Mr E DrawnJ P :n Mr C En*d* VAUXIIAII Mam Mr H Hail. 7pm Mr C Harper 1BI.M7.BR ( IB* I II Dill m Una W C Crime. ; p m Mr G Bralhwaltc BFVI All Ham RttO 1 W C C.oaa*. 1 p m Mr K IN rim RHRCWRBL'HV ll a m Mi t' Urat-.walla. 1 p in h.io R W C Cioaar I-. R1CEB II a in Mr G Bfalhhallr 1 p in Mr J Motllet M C p i|i4at Bakanp. al 1 a p m ll' -I HitNliU'SlI IM.I-. II a BI Mallna and aWawri T p m rvanauim d aainion. picarlici for but-. -..v.*. ih* r-\ J B l MI-iaMi ai abarar 1 p m Monday Wadnaaday. T !Ua-: liunm U>, vaajtht ol in* Barbadoa ViMitti Movrmanl iht -.! %  to* cufidurtad an Ih* H. 1 Ui.*. lUik* A....Uni p-n.ii. .inrl Mr* Ota* Hi,.. . SIT-ICHTSTOWS II a in Holinru Maaltps. 3 Cuiapai • Mpcl.na T p n, lah BnMtinl • in V Ca i —baU HIUIHiBTOWK CXKTRAt, II a m MotHM .%  %  BRR *ru iN(;Tt<-. -mi ii Ham WaHnaa. M-Hmy. l p n. Company Maallnf. 1pm A..l .ath >r Matin*. I | M %  Ml Major T G.bb. %  ottnM ii a m Maunaa> Mavimg 1pm Mavilng. : ii in %  llirMBal iSsT I I i K Otbboni HKA VIEW Hnllnan. Marling III UtOND • iiKNEK Ham Mill in*-. Marlirig. S p an DM pan> Mrrting. 1 p i. HB Vaellng I "ulrr.nl C Hn.lUIECKKR HA1J. %  lam H-' ... Matting 1pm < i.rron Mm. s 1 p m SaRattan P Hrl i HI Bt II ill i.OH I IIBIHIIAN MUM I |M harrh al < ).-. % %  BaMaMM HILUI.I." (>prr Bar "Ir**! Wpdnrwla nrindiTn llralim i Chrl CXTOBBR l> 1BU txablact of IdMBMHi: %  •*„ %  ), DOCTRINE OF ATOWKM-arr Galda* Ttal CorRMMajH I > %  TT,* praarhlng nl in*. ro. if in main ihal parl'i. (.-.Ii.en.mil unto, ua mhirh arr -avrsi ,i |a ti.r NM 4 ll.* la:laia ( outlaw a*p in.i.a.a la Ih. laMtniraan Ibp mat*: And ha opancd hla mouth, and iaua.nl m*n, M.vin B I am noi ram* tn dailruy but to Raanl Mallbrw IT IT, ipn<< tad II. .11. Hllb K. %  I"iv ..nin*.-bi RUr> Rah*< I I. R Sum man UAVh HAl.1. HI • n. Sunday Scrioa... MUM Rarvlea; Tom Bvanael. %  art M a PicUMciii Id PII % %  ndti bilnml WTIVK*. 1pm Enngatl Kav R II. Walkpi %  antM A Wrcbwa %  magi %  •III S-ii ,< PCSTRW RC BM 1 I n-r. VH i *.p %  l ll i ,a,i,.i.. nil nn I Winlci IV..! %  I !*•>** W-' %  -• •.-,--.-.',-,',-.',%  mm i HiH^iM rmin-r Bl.r.MI THAT %  J. II. T. Sll A IAI III >1 UITH TIII nisTixfTivr II wiirm • BiM>d and Botllad bv ^ ; Mlll> II. TAILOR A SONS I.I %  . I " — MI1UI1 K -I I KARL EDMONDS F.RS.A. C.P.A. OvrtHM Public Accounlani (Ontario) jtiiu.unces the npeiunr of I nf his profi*s.siun | k.H. Iln in* Builclhiie Lower Broad Street. Temporary Phone S077 Barbados. %  Ill IIIIITISII (OIMII W XKtnillt \Mllli I \i:h A PIANO RECITAL <,IV.N B Miss Kathleen Hurran ON FRIDW OTTOBIR ?4TH AT 8 3 P M Wttab| ft \l II sMMRrlM I.IS/I I! \\ M BnTat OntANtNM jft ,._ V Mfttl MIL These are Some very Fine Delicacies for your enjoyment AoparABUB Tl|nk—MR* ( ••! RnTB ||iu I" GNBRS MIX luiOUVnfc MgWa. rinpn—llttb i MUrd PlrRlr*—h*m (•ooM-Mrrlra—Una fait Buttrr—bails. '-lr...hrrri. 1,,,. I M n : %  ., — hoU. (up l natfHklaV—DnKa> nnn Rdaar Watw. Ollva Oil—(in. Sndn-fh PaUr—holi ARrkoU—Una l'fk 4 Brain— Hit. ^^ Golden Arrow Rum MHKi.XS A CO.. IIIt. Roebuck Stwel Dial 2072 & 4502 ***" &f %  run nltpr : Galvanised Corrugated Sheets I feel Rataf 7 fet-i itjaj S Ifrl UnM "> (ibUgr ?H (iauftr "4 Citurr S3.M — M.M 3. — in .1.75 14.50 — c %  m BARBADOS HELLO EVERYBODY!! ONIONS & POTATOES This is JOHN N. PEROTA Ca]lin This is to announce that J. N. PEREIRA & SONS MERCHANTS Rickett Street -have p'Hgtfi la bT> t.i keep the cost of living down In Btri YFS. WE HAVE NO BANANAS : WE HAVE NO SCALLIONS—but ONIONS kt S, ^ lb. NO CABBAGES OH TOMATOES-but New DUTCH POl i I l S .iiiii Bulldlm I.H Uealjrn ( ...irsr \.M.HE.. < to the ; Caribbean Educational Institute PO Box. 307. POR.. Trinidad Air*nl for BBITISH INSTITUTE OF ENU TECn. S BRITISH TUTORIAL IN8TITUTE. LONDON _, THERE IR NO TOMORPOW SanlUrr IriBRfP f c Coanar ..i-ni-r.il Airlrulturr CaTaTRnt. liiKuranra Fr*irtk>e stli sminalilp Pl II -l-iiiii IIIIMIHI.IH loumf. srhnml CrrUflr-lr l'uurr \i > nut mr. ttvil grrvle*Enlfaiof ('OB lac. Polka Pita j StJ W I Otdirab i rtf 1% nol mcnlloned POST CO I'PON TO P-O BOX 101, PO.H Please Rrnd me Trre Book Kam Afldrest %  of ftrssr ol Intsffsst POST TODATi #„ i SATISFACTORY JO EVERYDAY %  %  \ SERVICE n( -t.iiii\ thhiel rnuld bavs In pan %  %  ili'. I'm Ui %  ,.i, ihn i.-i it pro tDial ouunurlni effOrti to provlda Kw IM*I of wrVfc w ind the ftmai and pyrsM U-WHI*, IBVS *HMI it..M I ll V4rtl will trR h UKVUIIN. 28 Broad Street BARBADOS BOYS K GIRLS CLUBS (Sponsor (I liv (he I'oltrTe) RAFFLE Vn\ ••! Ih.-sipi : ,-, may hf \our\ fr $1 VAUXRALL VT\ CRN ('All KHK;II)AIHE I'VE RADIOORAtl BBtOan B1W1N0 MACHINE %  PORTS BICTCU I (tan cheques) II you have a ad) bougbl i your chuice bj u.lhi-i Ui I9.10.S2—In iiAti: \ Tiioii.in mm mi SAivrt sv ins • l.VII Mill \OI H •WN SAKS always carry a ^£gf lllii EXliiNu'liiSIIEK STOCKED ONLY AT COLLINS DRUG STORE II UMXAL HARDWARE wmus ENJOY O'KEEFE'S BEER Duty on Beer Increased We still have some at Old Prices — See Your Supplier or Us quickly for your Favourite. O'KEEFFS BEER KOHI'lll TIIOM LTD. — III Al. 222. FAIR DAY VI nillH. I.AII.V Ml \l 11 Ml AMI Till mil III VM iv s< IKMII IM If IIKI.I) AT THE URSULINE CONVENT lATtjtMY !TII IMTOHll! I torn .1 p.m. l • 39 p.m. B' hLirt i"rini. rf lolanrl Mlrhrll.i .hr P^lrr lltn.i ulll b. In Ml. n.l ,.,. %  %l>IISMO\ (ill 4 Lovely Prizes 4 Tn be won b* i Ladt. (.„ .,,; ,„d ji ., „i|h Ihr LSSfcl ......I. In... *i(l be a arlrrlion ol Fne and flnum< nl.1 ..rk I wlal llnu-rhwld Arlltlri. Hiikrl. IVBCfB, BBR'B, etr.. made b> the \rl\ And Crafu Deprtmeni of Ihe Sehonl •.RTISTIC FSEFIL HOI SEIIOLI) ARTH I.ES AMI OTHIR GIFTS FROM POHT OFFK I TW HOOPLA WITH ITS ATTRACriVK. PRI/I tfl BT LUCKY DIPS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS' %  W Torn AND Hoi SCHrOLD AHTICI.ES XMAS CARDf ANIi X.MAS i IENTS, SWEETS c-AKKS. ICES. SWEET IINKS. ETC WILL BE SOLD. JSP" VOI R < oKI I \i SI'PPORT l-> SOLK III Ii Pleae Come Kee. Bu> and Help Ihe Cia" *Mafa | M | >< a4> a IM M < IMPORTANT NOTICE Elt^rlririlY Supply. : ? %  j I 1 Y\71lll'ili I11 nolifv i.iir I'.iiisu.iii-is 1 hat .. *" TOTAL SHUTDOWN ..I Ihe SuiipK ill lie ii.Ti'ssarv lirlHoi-t. 12 NIM.II :


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PAGE surraw SI \I)\V ADVOCATE -.1 MlAV IKTOBER 11 lS2 M.llllllll • Till IISIIAV Modern High School Exam. Kcsults 01 \m u. riKiu n \ 11 or EDI t A1H.N Ta foil..* .n .aauit. saw* f WHM i">n iaa %  ..--!• t i,Tiivmi O.I.I-. tat i nil I A HAHHOM. GOVERNMENT NOTICES L, IKAILfr.HAND TRAITORS — INSI'U IHN i I -iv. \i ui I |i l.NsEs FOR ltK— M i need a*. £ wiAKI. in Latin i BtLi.r: i >>. ... %  • ban „ , %  x. %  MflRkl I •' ... %  finn Elr'WPtat. NUlnrr.jtic. Oi M BUKHAN %  R (. MH-AN .... %  K %  %  urr Ecal.-I' 5e!liiig Up Nigh,; Makes Men Old <*iinna UD >ma. oum>( aanaall'.n of uraai. wl.Htah dichar^a. •lull a.h. at baaa of a*u,. ( ,.i •tvl lac nalna. r.a'vouaaaaa wak. % %  > ar.'t ioaa of manlr *lfour ara %  "•• by a dliaaaa of lha 1'roata.la (•land (a moat Import am •• %  '•ad ta inaa), To •vartomoj lhaaa Lroublaa %  far afrirallural FUrpa-aea al) may be submitted %  f the Department of Highways and Tr •-mber, 1952. .1 be supplied On application lo the Department of f'ighway* and Transport (Treat ut vUl snt be sent |h in* pot. Il pection of the** vehicle* will commence on Mond. 1952. 4. Vehicles will only be inapcttl as above if they are alread> lb* period 19M — 52. B. T. MICHE1JN. CommltuolMr of Police. Headquarter*. Iindfii I Uth October. 1952. MOMiSTu;-T ;o-saaoa GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL a HIGHER SCH CERT J2?JZ itTlS^m U !" .... D^.. ACS A ... aaataa Daua DO dit*t •••<••• *•" a* %  •• !" OrasW. Tow 1 ii isnVJi MOJOM ft*ia-taaai... neaa aayjsaaei WOLSET HALL, OXFORD • %  3r* .t MMMMM I M HM -: I hl'HIIMWM m Ena-tuli 1-r.S'i. %  I IHMII tn Knali.h IJULH I i F.IK.lltl.l. in IlnlniA CIHBS i quickly raaic lha "xvir-ft! Bridgetown Is Big Fire Risk From Par* I Indies, hut he'p. with | alter Islands A A aBirriTii AISCOIJ. ld that .he three of .he,., ';:^ d !" |) „" b %  lUbUn'i a unified %  Uii which ittract Weil Indiang lo lak ... had not been so forluimtc a* stay hurt three bad fire* %  ital ..f lust under i he primary cause being .rganbia• 1 the lav... nforce them Mary o'. lock at Si. Michael's Cuihedral ? K rrS Mr. I^roy Ornan of Dean's Vili-ini-ta_ Httton til Michael la I brwa Hal laol* no %  The bride who wan given In i BTUMJM bj he* uncle Mr. Conrad ("larkwore *i .| l.ii%  ilh a lace bodice, llei and trow nptui Lalin aim rimh II • i %  %  i %  • Bcrl|iu(. i arul tali,. VgSKBi bud rarned o nounuel of rose jnd gerberas. A reception ansi held at the ln> in .( %  %  Dean's %  WKBKCa in Knaii ^'ie rt-l*I oani\Aa I.I w I t.i.ilite Truth in Your Horoscope Would o know wllhoul aiv t hai UStar* i.idicaia lor you. wont .-... %  . ,-i'.l I Hong mi! .,.ii point* ate? llerr la your (Itanec %  REE tht .kill uf Pundit Taboo, VISIT OI HKITISII INmsTKIAI.ISTS II %  • OOB lhal ;• M*i i British indiistnaiisis is .-xpecitvl to visit Barba "id %  nth November. 1952, to look into the posslbilltie* of furthc, %  nduslrial developm vil. 1i suggenl the directions which such develop%  n: might take, and IT indicate what Industries or type of indu;--ies appear suitable fur establishment here in the light of Any person who desires to interview the Mission is requested t i in writing, to the 1-imson Officer. Mating the puisure interview, it aboald be pointed out, however, thut • o.ing to the short time available lor such interviews, it mi to Kraut nil requests All applications shuuld reach the Uasion Offlc. !;d Oet**er. 195*. at .•.§• a.m. R. NICHOLAS JACK, Labour Commissioner (Ag.) Liaison Officer to Mission. YOU MUST CHECK ON THESE OFFERS!! Mary M.Lew is Brings Rice Vet another -lupncnt of rice 4i lived In (lie eotortS M l %  %  i i had two nun in of firewood 800 bags of charcoal, to-x omenl undne ynda quanuty of mora and greenJggJ rrninlng mid n third one hert. %  ,, was going on October 2. They When UM scAOntMn know that when those men returnalongllde the wharf, a member "f cd and applied their knowieduc. "• "" ,J eanreeaed in.pleaaura i -nwould tiejiin lo see H time to have reached land safely Ii llltADSHA A in I I ,.,.,„,. Kn %  ':. %  %  Hi1 I.I \ (i HENNFTT %  %  *! I i-h l^nrjuM* '"' 'I I J O BBATllWAITr |. .l-.l: t.,. %  .-. BM %  V MIEWSTrn ii. EM Hati l-snauesr %  .la-.. <; HUHTON la HMM -I>^ rrrnet. rwELi in r.. i-n i^nuas M 0 CLARKE >n Enaiun t.Hrianna ind Hi-lm*. V E fHIOII'iW in Enali.fi l-r. II,--... i reneti P U JAMEin lliiiot) .aupplaman E U MEWJTT Lana.iaar and anall i: urn.Mrs Bcnplun Enu.h i*n met, fatftMi i lieraiu %  A It KHAN :. I .' I IJtitSiiaaa i I %  % %  Dmiirai ..•ilalnnl IMroacopa o i ii..laeni %  naai rriaaea. Enamlaa. uri.on ii; i I '< %  •'•• MO.UW in lliil'io A n rnegajB %  %  -.t..ia i A HAHWAV m a t-I I, I.I. %  i.-,l, inc i imiiuillon of large Md an AdDOcote i--|.l.i hat P d— :"wriJjtTg" i rlrc*. because thev in turn, would ihe schooner encountered bad n, h i-nu.^ akerni irain others and becauw Hi 'rip over from Hb*M| CTcatait contribution apart from British Guiana on Wedneada} fire righting to reduce fire IL-IV .ifteintr.n .. hen a few - %  whe and everydav tru i %  sAM ra l -v aitoundad > .-...iii evar. OEOHCHE fat* l>fllciM lh*t TaBoit man posaaaa To populaiiir hi* >lrm Tabor* will f I'tE ; ..nr Ailr-l lularprala" *>ill n*m* 'M> Mn. at Mil. addraaaM and data of %  in au .it.ti, willtaw b v.. ,.ll No iwanra wanted lor Aatm'oslcal weth. ;-iUP air. but Mod I'In HP') IN. -lamp* or Coln*i lor ilaUonny. Uatl all and other HiUrrllis literatur*' yaw will to an,-/ad al tlta trn.rkabl ..cruianr ot hi. atatsntcaU ,.nd roi*r aOalr.. Wrlta now ai tnia mav net b* mada ..< %  ". Addrax rUNPIT TAnotlE. iDrnl Il4-E>. Uppri M t ilombay M India. Poila** POPP\ DANCE will be held at the MARINE HOTEL by kind permission of the management on Saturday, 22nd Nov. 1952 DRESS HOODS DEFABTMBNT i in in inn sHAKKSKIN I H41 P-r >r ••* W* PLAIN C'RKPES reilnced Iron. 11.11 lo 11.11. II 58 lo II.U PLAIN ROMAINE CREPE8 redueed from 13.fi! U. 12.11 From 12.19 lo I1.M; 12.01 lo 11.50 l i HIM m I. LIBF.RTV Si:NGLEAM OBBKi redueed from 11.41 U. 11.50. U.7I to 1100: 1200 to 11.10 ——— **f ~ THWJI PLAIN MUSK < RU'FS redueed Irom M 1 .•> ' %  " er ii.ll CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street uppUclUpn to prevention._ I MIHtli.lIM, RKPAIRS UIIMiK % %  mini CE\MUI. asrnncAT* KESILTS {iii.'.'ii.'i.'ii.'In'S.'.' ni.'l'i^ l iigi^ii inm.ii^ schooner (Jila ii s DOUOAI I Kli-i. l-nu* i ... i..u.HI.|.,T.. KlcmenUi Math. ClU'mKtrv. Hl..loil% A H EtMillllJ. *-riptin r RiiRlf i meuip. tnaii-h LUeiWMn W ID hen he came out to Trinidad in 1947, he eelimuted that it would take ten years before it would be ,. .me ,*'",.,," ..;.' Icnrn, the dee. nn.1 ,..he,"7 ', ., ,.„„ *. ,iLi r i, „.,, ^.ii.i.iin in siui" %  %  ,[ repalri Inla achooncT arEnaiiaii utaratur. •"i...a-i rf l2TS?S.l hf ha7no re, V.nc-em with a cargo of • that It would Ufa Major c-.i n n n Faclor >the same in Barhndos. XBCCR t*IR un ^er the command of Captain D. • u .1. then Wei Indian %  •. ,,, |i (1 |^. rt vn nomy was going to be subjected T||(1 „ ,_, (t to o large extent b* 'he vicissitudes %  •.,] daatructlen VNNVAI RKPAIRS effect and that was to constanllv setback the tinances Launches are underguiiiK 'hen \, nual rc|>air* daily on the site J A C mrrapM _"< %  '' itv of each individual West Indian Mttr the Government crane in i^ Vs5jHL* runent Trafalgar Square. 1 h-!.'. %  %  ~ lie watei f"i such reiiaiT^ n i> jonHaoM icrfpti s the launch Cygnet. Prloi t.. IrH* A MAFFEI Fete In The Bark \.\u\ underwent their auasv, Sni annual repairs which were carried a C U-WNE r.iwii I The Caribbean National ln:lel>ut ,, v v mc ot Ihc creW thaangjJJ "' %  %  pendenca A*sodalion held theli ptrvea. reatardaj iti< enra •>< ihe T ( r r akejasa un.mir. in. late at Queens Park last f v gnel were btltUy ciiiMttcd to twj. Palaej MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK YOUR BEST YOU FEEL YOUR BEST AND THE PRICE YOU PAY IS THE PRICE IT'S WORTH The main feature of tin ni.:M was to be the cycle .iticl athletic events under floodllith, but even nta had o lie called off as thr dlotrllnitl'in of .1 nd wi< not ue to mark and moot iicli-'..... r was dannerous to ride UIMMt Ino cwelln? eondltlona. One Hi", even, was completed hut after the evrnt. compolltor. .. a oboul 'he eondluoni '. I however had Ihelr fill with dunks, food and dancing. There was a steel band BIMU. lopular times III Ihe Park House ond the main inu-r's. was on dancme after the sports were called of! There were a few stallcorrrino luckv dips, tomes, etc. but the ...ills were not wU pntronioM. At iho ''.. Id Iwo i ,i. dual ..' ntt". Some kn" ..v.. .%  .' reee veil nn unlucky blow on .... I.it.ii I irlitti.i^ Ihi which thev .'lope t. eomptotv ... the beginninji of thll J,OG KNOW HOV LONG THESE BANQUET kOIDSRAMERS TAKE TO GET READY SO VOL) SNEAK A L'TTLE 0ITE--So IVMEN OOCS HE SNAP IT ? VMY, JUST AS YOU'RE MAKING LIKE A HOG, OP cuss,, OF CUSS/ TUAH\ ANO A T.O C* TWff HATUJ MAT ft* 5 eTHClArcC*4iSA'_0. 124 p.-i-/K"PL. l \1 -.11 IIli X • Rainfall rn.m ( mlrliiK Imi To'al Rainfall for mumh M .1 % %  6.17 Ins. I iiHii-i iior, : 1Z. i V. VVhti Veloelt>: 15 mil.per hour Hiruni"ter (9 am i I IMHl ill < in ••> 'Mi TO-OA. Sunrbl SM i m. Kuntrt : • %  •: p.m Moon : New, O-loher IN l.lchtlm. : > p.m. Iliih Tide i l.tl a.m.. !.• p.m. Uw Tt*> I tt am i" i > p.m. They'll Do It Every Time



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ESTABLISHED 1885 n \. %  y.TOBKK 19, m^i Vishinskv Accuses NATO of Foster Blame For World Food '_.::_.1 wmr w-^. a-*. a FIGHTING AT NEW HIGH IN KOREA \ [\T D, ^1*^.0 R &A c Shortage Placed On U.S. -~*WlfMI..\W.W L ]> • L friV e lietl8 UNITED NAT.ONS. Oct. 18. USS.RS ANDKEI VISHINSKY speaklnK to the A-sembly said the United Slates, Britain, and France are working against peace through the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and are establishing "war psychosis" worldwide. He said peace was the "core" of the tang, world situation and the Soviet always had sought a peaceful solution to world problems. Before VishinsKv Abolition Of City Council Advised l-.ni t,ar Own t vrr..^*>4rnl> Pi-Ri-Of-SPAIW, Acl. I? nvt Commission report ... —, _, _CUJdorian delegate juj e Vicen[ lie Oannei sum .vruaaur had suppond Tunu and Monwo in then -trugglc f,l !Mil.-t>€-llil.':.,,md hO wa certain France would not remain deaf to their aennnda "of reason and right." lie endorsed Chilean Ilernan Sentaci uz lor tlie United Nations' assistance to under-developed countries, and said with economic aid Sxuuuur muld modernise its ports, build hignwaya. electrify the country and "^f^. teui ** 0 *n. thereby multiply ioo,i promotion 1Uids Ihc disiolution ol the I'oriol-apain Cay uoumu and ihe Continuing, Vishinsky said the holu.ng of a General Election; tliai world food shortage which tne town UeM Mr. u. W. rarrcil 1 Acheson'mentioned on Thursday and his iirt.nrr ,*ir. t. il. Karrvll, was a "direct result 01 pr?dator> t'*y Engineer be -no lunger Kept 1 exploitations mainly by the United In once ine Commission uniy SUitei monopolistic capital." Reinaoe lour ipi.-cmc i econi. ( icnmi ferring to the Korean War, i>uu. one i>.-ng tnai me a*e Vishinsky said 'American billOuwes o. Aiut-rmen be abolianeu iic raking in tremendous -na repia.ta o> au OQUBI ,„ i. proilts from the war and have no i.umtu ol nom.nevs eppuui.cu (, > interest in ending it. It removes u UvVirDcr. rtt uiv teiu tltwl the threat of depression and the council appoint -od ui.miaaca a.I growing crisis In capitalistic np))i inr rssWIiiMaiiii tWUnfxlSS. i eommended tnai future apThcy are using the war as one poin.menis anu dismissals ol ?J.H 1, ._ ,no 1 bou,lllf "! sources of COM executive ofne^rs of the ^" Corpor..tion be subject .o lue their enrichments and v.ous why the %  American ComOovernort mpptovmU mand hw -u.pended the arm..-T|M nrw ^ mrfll ncc laiits .. ,,,1,1-fc ..... M—^MSL. Welcomes I'-.li-ii Proposal* Vishinsky welcomed the Poll.; Commission hlcn was appointed by the Uovernoi at the request of the Coun(ii late last year was charged with the task ot enquiring into the alproposals as a way for settlement fairi ol administration, manag-of the Korean question which he merit and conduct ol the Port-of said the •world was demanding. Spain Corporation and activities The Polish proposals d'.ffcrcd ""d conduct ot any person holdprincipally from Vishinsky* in 'iH or held any corporate orJlce that tney called tor an Immediate .1. the Corporation and of any cessation of hostilities In Korea, person "who is or has been a'i international conference on uiflcer or In the employment ,j Corporation." disarmament and th? declaration by the Assembly tha, participation in the North Atlantic Pact Is incompatible with membership of the United Nations. Vishinsky said "ruling circles of the United Stales had never drwuml of prohibiting the atomic The Commissioners considered that disclosures at the enquiry nad cused not only loss of public confidence in the Council but .Aw much public concern and ronsternation. Such a situation 'makes It quite manifest that the oartlcula.lv Dear Soviet borders. S PP ? r T y t0 dec,de wh * Rearmament was proceeding at a '_,*" %  "' '" the comtremendous pace m the United Dl *! ,,on of '"* Pf/*" 1 Council." Slates, BrltaiiT and France . Tn ,*^ MC >lllln 1 that the reason He demanded of Achcson "whv or >'"' recommeadatlon for rels it that year in and year our' lacin 8 Aldermen by Governthe U.S relectl lH Soviet proment nominees followed on their posals for the prohibition of the conclusion that some measure of iitom'c bomb? Why is 11 that l*iey restraint or some restraining inM-jeit an proposals for reduction ftuencc should be placed on llv of arm.,ments and rrmed forces?' wayward tendencies of the Calling for the five great powCouncil. era to conclude the Peace Pact, The Governor in a letter to Vishinsky said nobody *hould Councillor George Cabral, Mayor ~~ of Port-of-Spa in published at th i.ihtic abuse tho peace lnvin of the Russian people. No should refuse to hed the Itaaona of history and fact that Pui*Ut had always survived wars.—IT.P end of the 63 page report set out his views on it and asked the Mayor for his opinion. The Governor is not in favour of the recommendation for a General Election and nn nppointcd aldermanic bench. In his view "to nominate members to the City Council would be to put the hand of the clock back, and a precedent for the Commission's proposal is difficult to And." (See Page it tow Par' I. Item A of Report) THE FIERCEST I HiilTIMi in ,1 year In now underway along two third* of the Korean batUcfronL with tha Chinese Oonuniintttt* carrying the brunt of the attack. The Rod* have made no appreciable gains At top. infantrymen of a heavy mortar company of the 35ta Infantry Regiment aia inuin away at Red lull position* with a • 2incli mortar. Below, men wounded in action are taken to the UNth Medical Clearing Company. U 8 8th Army, and evacuated by 0-47 transport* to rear areas. Communists Take French Garrison Off Mountains SKOUL. Oct. 18. LfNlTED STA' irymen sw*pl I complete corn ol oi ih;' stranv. c triangle mountains on the o n.ru kce9d CVmmunista eft lit" last of four IP a b lve-h IUI battl the Urst fine i.iAllifri opened theii 1 met ^traled assault Tuesday na-i lull to.i>ma:ui .' ihe ramblii !,.'. %  hpo of tha hru-hts m tha tn.iugJi m.nintnin gTOUp had faUt I ClOtia U N assault* But Chim-se Hed managed to fiang on to Pik.- Peak on the gtrema .1 dga of the full mass, k.-v to both Commun%  I .111,1 LT.N central sector *t(.. tanea Qnag, Ui And Won lnlanirvm..i ml the U.S. Sevenil. DtvtsWwi laun.-h-.-tl thn. aeaault on Pikes PaeJi •< ".30 .1 m and surg-d to th. crest .1. 1 M n tea later, FU-da threvi in an Inv. %  tat and irtllltr) barrafi ed it up with a savage counter\ attack and pushcl Amn ifl tha ixifhl at 8 a.m. ir' mite* latat Americans' if the Thirty-Aral Reffmant, Brad arms. Tn>m ,.f rsrttian I hack with another assault and % %  Caijai^i % %  ,,| pus ,1 1" i" houi and n half of hitteHaited owing-1„ f tK >. .,,,,1 ,,,,„,„ (Ightlni pushed Chlnaag defend%  • %  •• In Britain, but the embargo ?" from the top •V be relaxed ti, pt-imit prtie s "'• %  Korean troops on ^•V' enter. KUke. 11> miles east of 1 weiiinaten. s.z.: —Tblevea who'uM trtangla mountatna, i--iii atl M tiir MmiiK MHim oi fhir.night bettering twk heavj ..1 kU ^njry-cleaning faeloi, atole '• ck l; ,s '" Red Chlnaaa Uat3" Out, smouldering u.u-kn.j t.iUons, %  rj to muni, the oiaat started a Shortly. after midnight 1.400 %  that cause *: IO.OO11 %  hit Allied d"fendei "'inge. nn were battered tte:ilngtoa. N.Z.:—An Aucklai Wtart at' %  r.i 11 psychologist" believes fowll 'mpl to take that heu! I* <*. %  enthusinsm for Ltylng 1.-launched at 2 a.m. and likewi*<"' % %  Ihej bacotnt bora n ,... I %  ,; -' r %  time each day he m lb New Attacks? gtersHon radio speaker. I US. and South Korean Qfeopi .->i' %  the radio diet started, Me nn Loth the triangle and Sniper <^K output has been boosted -" fiidg,, braced thcm-riw 1 1 ran "I.Tgr— ., I at tacks. Aerial reconn v W \ *, : —""> wood's llim planes reuuited long lines of majfind that thar* la monai In I Chinese Hoops and trucks were niMory. After making .pus of moving into the ..'iiti..l froi t r"^" J m l *""' (''"'pat"'*; sector. / t-gypt. they have worked their j They said it could he the *.y ojtk I. %  the days of Tutaukbuild up foi another big assault SW NOW the> win maki ^ ..11 u.N. positions in the in Umabotttthe pharaoh who is sup. Eighth Army Headq rf^jy^l" h vo P u 1 a cur ** "" "">' meanwhile -old tt.,700 Cnlnete (Mfe Its* QUiXTEBS British Cattle For Canada Ottawa: -Britiah cattle ant„ e aueii.mcd in Lanaua ..tatii-s dollar suppl* and help anadlan eittler,,:, i„ bi.\ top lln fc i.w-k. Tile* will kept in niod.-l Driush stu K in. 1 i" %  o| H.itmi back C*Q*.I;< % %  .,i ,,|, .,, if 1 T NEW nE STATION at C-fi • Mt Luria which will ^hjrtlr be opened. Bridgetown Is Big Fire Risk RETUHNINC I,. M.„l.u!.,s .,11,-r an abwiiw nf four y.sra. Mr. R. C, Cox. Chid Kirp (nli,, r i Ti ,ni(tail still sees Ilunerd for a pnipvr lii,-.. %  iimn in Bridgetown with nn-ommodnlion for ihr v,,i no mm eomiiu into thr service H* Hjilri thai unlcu thr m I Indonesian M.P. Arrested After EUotS Communist troopa OUr HANOI, INDOCHINA. Oct. 18 Front line reports said the French Union bastion nf N'Ohialci. ^dleway town lo the Red River Vnlley. leading to Ihis capitnl c-itv. fell today %  raging streel tighliny. MeHsrtt> ChurehiiL Eden Invited To Visit Turkey -.._nv-l __ who desecrated hitomb Sydney:—A new asso< hu .warmed into the town fO miles that rondones It & north-west of Hanoi with com. Tel-a->'l:_ Under the new p.ete disregard for loase-" end rales of pay for ihe poll fell upon (he estimated 600 man the driver ol Inspectoi > Franco-Vietnamese garrison to Saeher's car tdki Umax n week-old winter dry pay ; .t il„ end „f li„. month th n peruir t.eneral. Tin willing to provide such aeconii nodal Ion ihey wi.uht ... the beat type of I aehleve the objeetn ol produ i earn chief among tl v local usen Mr Cn\ arrived in Barbadoim Thursday by B.W.I A. for thrr weeks' rest and in a guest "I Major and Mi*. R, fralgg at thOarrlaon, During the thi-v weeks hfl epenJ m Baih'idos m 1048. pre-J paring a repoit foi the Qo man) on the rin Beigada recommended that Bar) ir t n i' rtanl and the ... 1st in Bridgetown !" %  > great for the service lo remain si it w.%  nd that OoverTimenl should em, I y a professional Fire Officer Eventually. Major Craigg, an i xperieiued officer came out frcm the United Kingdom and han made the best of a had juh bul Hd was not sufficient JAKARTA, Indonesia. Oct. 18. Oovernmeni offlslaij '•In track down Iciders of the mass %  • dasnaMtratloa ..gainst Parlia% %  rnant in which 5,000 person! ground the PreatdenUal %  demanding national I i herniise "Parllamrnt does not represent the DSJ There were no casualties reported In the limited Ai which wa* backed by tanks mid artillery, bill troops, about six entire Com iiioiust laklrnanti. "•*•-.,• kin.-'t oi wounded m battles foi Wmti nountatni ..oi! Snipei Hidge in the pi-l ] I t r. nfYensive. LONDON. Oct. 18. The Turkish Premier Adi Menderes and Kuad Kopruhi light have Cnyi chill and to visit Ankara, usually reliable United Nations Deny Charge 1-on don talk 1 vited Winston Ant hoi IN cording to 'urce.*. I In a statement on the discussions to-night, the I'IMI.,'. Office said the Ministers of both ; ides had found complete identity of view on all matters dis| cussed. The main topics are believed to have been the Middle East command and methods of associating Middle East state* i wiih it. The Turkish Minrter who %  have been official guestol the Urm.sh Government this week, **; to-dav visited Famborough, £**" Hamiadiire. where they saw a a .V." rils Ph>>' of supersonic jets and lumhed with Mr. Eden at his home—t'.P. Combining ancient "human %  Vd" laetlca wttfl ultra-modern Foreign Minister recoiltss artilh-ry, the Reds ipillwho ended their M ""' ' h-ighU from pogl* (HI 48 hours earlier, and fought iv into thi entire led lowiv The attack began at 5 pm. and alter being repulsed with tremendous losses it was rem wed again Just before oawn when it carried the Communists into the heart of tht town. has five i %  eholars I of (he Me.h'idlst Sunday Schools n there I la bg the f the Campaign i t -i %  -'.li i \: llh lha Jamas Street i oi M "i !• In thi %  n. .J 7 >J pm therr il' !<• a service i mdui tad i>v t>iit. i Dnvkaon ,r '""Nirman of sSSn£* m ^^:r ::;„; %  Cantnea In St. Lucia did not N '" ,,UM "'' %  ' m i ""' '" -i yeara. Mohammed Yai 1 % %  unwtance lulled Irn .„„i wa le linn %  sen,.i | fcceurfty i ,., itag ud not in reel exist with t'. demonstration, Its had been result that the town was comhlKmv Clitk .„| of „„. |,. iiet.u burnt out In I'Ht Thej Army'i leadership during th? recenl legl dattva o. i 1 Conunut |, o %  %  %  lot 'I lion WO! ., %  the reI ., thorough ,: %  ... wouna up .nis weea^ iH "'( i| ( |..-cward Island M.-thod.M TIU: TREES AT „" ROCKLEi REACH tfvft NAPLES. Ort, 18. learned to-rlay that a US Wavj Irsveatlgatlon has established that Gerald'. Potenxf, 23It %  i i esldeni in '. % %  I I'M' \'l..' I'M %  ol the Mathodlat speeeheii recent '' I %  el Engl JOHN M. CABOT, new United %  tates Ambassador to Pakistan. takes the oath of office at a State Department cereraony In Washing ton. He was former U S Minister W Finland. —/nlernorional Lengthy Cabinet Crisis Expected In Finland HELSINKI, Oct. IS. Spok-smen of different Finnish political parties agreed to-day that they were prepared for a lengthy Cabinet crisis following PANMUNJOM, Oct. IS. U N aimisuce n-.guiu.to denied the old communist that allied planes flew ovi munjom neutral zone last month. JHed representatives countered with another protest that fifteen commun'st prUonera ol war were injured on Koje Island on Tuesdkj The exchange was made at brief meeting of allied and com. munist liaison officers. No men1 „.,„,., I was seen "on the" guard rail of th. tion was made at the meeting 1 *-KING the last lew weeks a US .destroyer Weir a few mlmito regarding the letter sent ( 0 | "umber <>f 0MachlneIi trees; i,eforc the shooting. United Nations commander Gen-r f-" r "* r nB lh .". be ach '" Boc, '' cy „ eral Mark W Clark on Thurs' % %  va been felled and this has Sources close to tfw. Inejuliy broughi much criticism from said Potenza dropped into his l.fsple who ( ''d not know the rowboat after the sentry aboard reascn f^i tha ternovaj ol Ihe eg Ihe destroyer spotted him. and trees. | ignored at least ten cries of "hall" Letters to the Press condcmncl before he was hit by the carbine I hat the writers called 'vanda-not intended onlv as a warning. | capped a gruelling day in I) laft China. Chnirman of the HonAd thunnecessary depotenza, father of three chiFi wa !" ""^ New Jersey. He also duras District. A hearty invltahK.i -Horded dren was a Ashcrman bv profeaj %  WUlht '<> counter Democratic u<,r is given to all U> .ittnd these sion. However Naples police i, M Irwims ihat he sunder Iheir-.flulajrvteea hat suspected him for ,um ( time of .g one of the %  •tared %  n ident i ruman voting aga nst the lifting of the pOU tan 'ti 1812. called ior a r<-VlSlOn of (he McCarran IniiiMV.i non law. and foi uv Btraigln night, prai-i-d Genei.il oeorge C. MarrnaK Ida World -I"ta"y woundedWar n fommande. sentry Thursday night. H# ,,„. rlef gperch in Jersey City Hew Jeraay, then le'urnecl to h > homo on the t'-ium'-i. Univeratty campus hoi R tea rea anU. .% %  nulred has ant %  i anwally opt nod Ha hoped lhal Mi lamaica fire 00 %  i Majoi I ral %  %  mil hiniM-lf would stay in the Wi-st llldlcfur -oni.Ilinr | -.1 them logethei i mild hi it' < w. %  i| dies as .. whole in th. ..., %  .. oi ire pro lion I iiilu-d Fire Service "it |i my beliel thiii Barbados poke to the mob tot tnnol any more than Jmnaku oi from the Palace steps and prom i i d in tinmattei "f Bra proI d demo uld call ti'.tn.n. .in anything else tiv virtui national elections soon but h^ of then prommeiK-e in the W< 'Id Ukf. Ml n> On Paie is. rang i II'. No bother, no worry, only Lnllnlle pleasure and enloynicnl lo dining and wntertaininq, simply by serving K.W.V. Wines. day by communist leader*. ci-rk still had not ragaad U) the Red top-level note and his headquarters at Tokyo gave no' indication of when he would. Colonel Charles W McCarthy,! Unrted Nations staff officer, reuuction of tree. ... lected in a letter to North Korean much needed shade. iigatitn ha* rat t place tl Tucsdiv. aWo in the James Street Church, there will be a %  ervlce unfoua in it* kind in Bori .. ae -. i In ehh ii three visiting Chairmen will take part. %  i: will rommenco nt 7.S0 p.m. will \r presid.-d ,.-r IWT a iwo days' rest, and to work ,^ ,\„. n,. v I Davtaon, Chairman Dn speeches for Ihe two we. K' „ f \\ IV leeward l*land' : Stretch remaining In his effort '.'< The two ipaakera. befl | Seagugi the Presidency their first visit to ihe colony, will General Eisenhower's tfpeech to | (he Bev, H Tntt>Vi'hlrrnii of more than 3.5(10 ,,r r nid the_Ri General Chang Chung San a Red charge that allied aircraft fle*v nver Panmunjom ber 17.— VT. Septcmtrees were old and rtten .it OM Kenpolltani tlackmaikoting tax nycase might havo free cigars from US. GOVfRNORS EXCHANGl TELEGRAMS The (o)lowlng exchange of soon (alien; in the second plu H havg brought gravo : to strangei i.-pet-ially Venezuelans wrr*> hav.%  II ua always the intention (ti the proprietors to rcpl ihP HwiswisdiMi ,f Premier llrhoi t lc ram "** taken place be;ree* with Pride-of-Indu .md this "" -' %  l ^ %  < %  [ •' % %  a* mourn rno u„ LVI1 ... ,,..<-. ,.,.,,. Ni'vv Sigitg, Fewer Traffic Juttte Kekkoi.en's Agrarian Socialist tween His Excellency the Govwork has nnw b" irt VMIMIIIV lernor and Sir Robert Arundell. eiloi Is to the aren vn n Irr^SrnS pro. IUXM.0 OBJ babty again manage to bring' "'Snale of Ba.bado-. |Th about 'o-opcration between the, F ~,/^vernor lo Sir Robert h) big parties — Social Democrat.' *rsmde*l. and Agrarians but will re-' "O" behalr or the QovernmenS quire much l.me and effort to' !" be i^ple of Barbadoa. create understanding between Bd our STeeUngs lint-nig the I ence of BcnaUM Robert A T < IK he always made it a listen to aiK membt-r.. ol all political parties, then added "But let me be quite clear as to my. personal n poi bility for my ull'mate deci-nni> Those decinons have been andt will be mine alone." I General Eisenhower aceused the Sugar Assoeiation at the twelflh Democrats of "cruel dupJieily--„ 0 ( im..i ng held the eivll righla issue and deFriday at the offices Of the B.G. for dalmlng Sugai Produeera Aaaoi HON. KOBINSOIS AGAM H.W.I. SVGAM -\ss\. CHAOUtAlS i >WM BX3 Oct. IB li..„ ll E H-.hinson was reIelected Chairman ol me B.W l -d Mr frwna it Tod CO-L-FimirfDroirs • Vlctoiia %  last ... ..._.i hax been placetl on duly "JO ba th %  only friend our negro rVal %  h ave.'—pj. ;ulotion call-' %  rthing else winch j direction of Broad Btreel U i t did not bring any j teoding t.. gn across th.1 ItenelM %  rty or tn-.*e| Bridge keepon the right side along! Tin cost of living index llgui. who made use i.! %  < [Trafalgar Str \ a further l*., points last' Duboulay (St. I-ucia) and lion The area will now be' A few weeks ago a sign was month The figure recorded was M E Robin .n (Ti %  p,, !" ,„^^.,b,o ,„ < %  new Covcnor and <**.* <"-*& 2^ crlals — Trade Union Federation m ">"' e ;, OI !" lo '" tna ncwni will give ihu.de ind also beautify J keep to the rlgHt for the bridge, (dropped one point July with and discussions took place and Farm Producers As-ociaUon "" ? %  _. ^^ |Uk( %  request wu seldom obfigure. on the future of B.W.I, sugar reThe S T ikM Ol I'arliement K '7*^ neorrt AruiMirii u. j served. | Thfigure for lat month wag %  earth scheme and on the fortJlA. Fagerholm was received by Governor of nerbedea. towmm tuiWil'li' Now ,wn b, ** r notices have the lowest recorded so far thl coming eighth Congress of the .( K Paasiki vi to-day. My wUg join* me in exl i./i'/h \narur i \nur.u i been placed on Trafalgar Street. \ year. In January, the raur1 International Society of Sugar He said the Chairmen and Vicepressing sincere thanks for your] A Sen ; ni I It has been shown since drivers jumped frcm 292 to 311. and roe-? Cane Technologist! which is to ol different party kind message. We look forward | tenable gl lege foi. are made to keep to the light lo t\4 In February. B-WJ [n 1M3. \11 be called to the Preslgladly to serving the Govern*> ye^rn. hs beer Bridge and the left otherI Thf .n>r' *e on f.-i linee ISS0 dent on ant and people of the loyal O. Campbell (Boy> of tl,

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ESTABLISHED 1885
n \. y.TOBKK 19, m^i
Vishinskv Accuses NATO of Foster
Blame For World Food '_.::_.1 w- mr w-^. a-*. a
_ FIGHTING AT NEW HIGH IN KOREA \ [\T D, ^1*^.0 R &A c
Shortage Placed On U.S. -~*WlfMI..\W.W L -]> LfriV e lietl8
UNITED NAT.ONS. Oct. 18.
USS.RS ANDKEI VISHINSKY speaklnK to the
A-sembly said the United Slates, Britain, and France
are working against peace through the North Atlantic
Treaty Organisation and are establishing "war psychosis"
worldwide. He said peace was the "core" of the tang,
world situation and the Soviet always had sought a peace-
ful solution to world problems.
Before VishinsKv
Abolition Of
City Council
Advised
l-.ni t,ar Own t vrr..^*>4rnl>
Pi-Ri-Of-SPAIW, Acl. I?
nvt Commission report
... , _,------- _CUJ-
dorian delegate juje Vicen[ lie
Oannei sum .vruaaur had sup-
pond Tunu and Monwo in then
-trugglc f,l !Mil.-t>-llil.':.,,- md hO
wa certain France would not re-
main deaf to their aennnda "of
reason and right." lie endorsed
Chilean Ilernan Sentaci uz lor tlie
United Nations' assistance to un-
der-developed countries, and said
with economic aid Sxuuuur muld
modernise its ports, build hign-
waya. electrify the country and "^f^. teui **0*n.
thereby multiply ioo,i promotion "1Uids Ihc disiolution ol the I'ori-
ol-apain Cay uoumu and ihe
Continuing, Vishinsky said the holu.ng of a General Election; tliai
world food shortage which tne town UeM Mr. u. W. rarrcil1
Acheson'mentioned on Thursday and his iirt.nrr ,*ir. t. il. Karrvll,
was a "direct result 01 pr?dator> t'*y Engineer be -no lunger Kept1
exploitations mainly by the United In once ine Commission uniy '
SUitei monopolistic capital." Re- inaoe lour ipi.-cmc i econi. (icnmi -
ferring to the Korean War, i>uu. one i>.-ng tnai me a*e
Vishinsky said 'American bill- Ouwes o. Aiut-rmen be abolianeu
iic raking in tremendous -na repia.ta o> au OQUBI , i.
proilts from the war and have no i.umtu ol nom.nevs eppuui.cu (, >
interest in ending it. It removes u UvVirDcr. rtt uivteiu tltwl
the threat of depression and the council appoint -od ui.miaaca a.I
growing crisis In capitalistic np))i inr rssWIiiMaiiii
tWUnfxlSS. i eommended tnai future ap-
Thcy are using the war as one poin.menis anu dismissals ol .
?J.H1,._,no*1 bou,lllf"! sources of com executive ofne^rs of the
" ^" Corpor..tion be subject .o lue
their enrichments and
v.ous why the American Com- Oovernort mpptovmU
mand hw -u.pended the arm..-- T|M. ,nrw^mrfll
ncc laiits .. ,,,1,1-fc ..... m^msl.
Welcomes I'-.li-ii Proposal*
Vishinsky welcomed the Poll.;
Commission
hlcn was appointed by the Uov-
ernoi at the request of the Coun-
(ii late last year was charged with
the task ot enquiring into the al-
proposals as a way for settlement fairi ol administration, manag--
of the Korean question which he merit and conduct ol the Port-of
said the world was demanding. Spain Corporation and activities
The Polish proposals d'.ffcrcd ""d conduct ot any person hold-
principally from Vishinsky* in 'iH or held any corporate orJlce
that tney called tor an Immediate .1. the Corporation and of any
cessation of hostilities In Korea, person "who is or has been a'i
international conference on uiflcer or In the employment ,j
Corporation."
disarmament and th? declaration
by the Assembly tha, participa-
tion in the North Atlantic Pact Is
incompatible with membership of
the United Nations.
Vishinsky said "ruling circles of
the United Stales had never
drwuml of prohibiting the atomic
The Commissioners considered
that disclosures at the enquiry
nad cused not only loss of pub-
lic confidence in the Council but
.Aw much public concern and
ronsternation. Such a situation
'makes It quite manifest that the
oartlcula.lv Dear Soviet borders. S PP?rT y .t0 dec,de wh*
Rearmament was proceeding at a '_,*" "' '" the com-
tremendous pace m the United Dl*!,,on of '"* Pf/*"1 Council."
Slates, BrltaiiT and France . Tn,*^ MC'>lllln1 that the reason
He demanded of Achcson "whv 'or >'"' recommeadatlon for re-
ls it that year in and year our'lacin8 Aldermen by Govern-
the U.S relectl lH Soviet pro- ment nominees followed on their
posals for the prohibition of the conclusion that some measure of
iitom'c bomb? Why is 11 that l*iey restraint or some restraining in-
M-jeit an proposals for reduction ftuencc should be placed on llv
of arm.,ments and rrmed forces?' wayward tendencies of the
Calling for the five great pow- Council.
era to conclude the Peace Pact, The Governor in a letter to
Vishinsky said nobody *hould Councillor George Cabral, Mayor
~~ of Port-of-Spa in published at th
i.ihtic
abuse tho peace lnvin
of the Russian people. No
should refuse to hed the Itaaona
of history and fact that Pui*Ut
had always survived wars.IT.P
end of the 63 page report set out
his views on it and asked the
Mayor for his opinion. The Gov-
ernor is not in favour of the re-
commendation for a General Elec-
tion and nn nppointcd aldermanic
bench. In his view "to nominate
members to the City Council
would be to put the hand of the
clock back, and a precedent for
the Commission's proposal is dif-
ficult to And."
(See Page it tow Par' I. Item A
of Report)

THE FIERCEST I HiilTIMi in ,1 year In now underway along two
third* of the Korean batUcfronL with tha Chinese Oonuniintttt* carry-
ing the brunt of the attack. The Rod* have made no appreciable
gains At top. infantrymen of a heavy mortar company of the 35ta
Infantry Regiment aia inuin away at Red lull position* with a 2-
incli mortar. Below, men wounded in action are taken to the UNth
Medical Clearing Company. U 8 8th Army, and evacuated by 0-47
transport* to rear areas.
Communists Take
French Garrison
Off Mountains
SKOUL. Oct. 18.
LfNlTED STA' irymen sw*pl I complete
corn ol oi ih;' stranv. c triangle mountains on the o
n.r- u kce9d CVmmunista eft lit" last of four
IP a b lve-h iui battl the Urst fine
i.i- Allifri opened theii 1 met ^traled assault Tuesday
na-i lull to.i>ma:ui .' ihe ramblii
!,.'.
hpo of tha hru-hts m tha tn.iugJi
m.nintnin gTOUp had faUt
I ClOtia U N assault*
But Chim-se Hed managed to
fiang on to Pik.- Peak on the
. gtrema .1 dga of the
full mass, k.-v to both Commun-
I .111,1 LT.N central sector *t(..
tanea Qnag,
Ui And Won
lnlanirvm..i ml the U.S.
Sevenil. DtvtsWwi laun.-h-.-tl thn.
aeaault on Pikes PaeJi <
".30 .1 m and surg-d to th. crest
.1. 1 M n tea later,
FU-da threvi in an Inv.
tat and irtllltr) barrafi
ed it up with a savage counter- \
attack and pushcl Amn ifl
tha ixifhl at 8 a.m.
ir' mite* latat Americans'
if the Thirty-Aral Reffmant, Brad
arms. Tn>- m ,.f rsrttian I hack with another assault and
Caijai^i ,,| pus ,1 1" i" houi and n half of hitte-
Haited owing-1 ftK>. .,,,,1 ,,,,, (Ightlni pushed Chlnaag defend-
In Britain, but the embargo ?" from the top
V be relaxed ti, pt-imit prtie s "'' Korean troops on
^V' enter. KUke. 11> miles east of1
weiiinaten. s.z.:Tblevea who'uM trtangla mountatna, i--iii atl
M tiir MmiiK MHim oi fhir.- night bettering twk heavj ..1
kU^njry-cleaning faeloi, atole 'ck* l; ,s'" Red Chlnaaa Uat-
3" Out, smouldering u.u-kn.j t.iUons,
rj to muni, the oiaat started a Shortly. after midnight 1.400
that cause *: IO.OO11 , hit Allied d"fendei
"'inge. nn were battered
tte:ilngtoa. N.Z.:An Aucklai Wtart at-
'r.i 11 psychologist" believes fowll 'mpl to take that heu!
I* <*. enthusinsm for Ltylng 1.-- launched at 2 a.m. and likewi*-
<"'- Ihej bacotnt bora n ,.- .. I ' ,; -' r
time each day he m lb New Attacks?
gtersHon radio speaker. I US. and South Korean Qfeopi
.->i' the radio diet started, Me nn Loth the triangle and Sniper
, <^K output has been boosted -" fiidg,, braced thcm-riw 1 1 ran
"I.Tgr ., I at tacks. Aerial reconn
! v W- \*, :""> wood's llim planes reuuited long lines of
majfind that thar* la monai In I Chinese Hoops and trucks were
niMory. After making .pus of moving into the ..'iiti..l froi t
r"^" J ml *""' (''"'pat"'*; sector.
/ t-gypt. they have worked their j They said it could he the
*.y ojtk I. the days of Tutauk- build up foi another big assault
SW now the> win maki ^ ..11 u.N. positions in the in
Umabotttthe pharaoh who is sup. Eighth Army Headq
rf^jy^l" h*vo Pu.1 a. cur** "" "">- meanwhile -old tt.,700 Cnlnete
(Mfe Its* QUiXTEBS
British
Cattle For
Canada
Ottawa: -Britiah cattle an- t
e aueii.mcd in Lanaua *
..tatii-s dollar suppl* and help !
anadlan eittler,,:, i bi.\ top
llnfc i.w-k. Tile* will .
kept in niod.-l Driush stu k
in.1 i" o| H.itmi back
C*Q*.I;< .,i ,,|, .,, if 1 t ,
NEW nE STATION at C-fi Mt Luria which will ^hjrtlr be
opened.
Bridgetown Is
Big Fire Risk
RETUHNINC I,. M.l.u!.,s .,11,-r an abwiiw nf four
y.sra. Mr. R. C, Cox. Chid Kirp (nli,, r i Ti ,ni(tail still sees
Ilu- nerd for a pnipvr lii,-.. iimn in Bridgetown with
nn-ommodnlion for ihr v,,i no mm eomiiu into thr service
H* Hjilri thai unlcu thr m I
Indonesian
M.P. Arrested
After EUotS
Communist troopa OUr
HANOI, INDOCHINA. Oct. 18
Front line reports said the French Union bastion nf
N'Ohialci. ^dleway town lo the Red River Vnlley. leading to
Ihis capitnl c-itv. fell today
raging streel tighliny.
MeHsrtt> ChurehiiL
Eden Invited To
Visit Turkey
-.._nv-l
. __ who desecrated hi- tomb
Sydney:A new asso<
hu Oght for the .il-diti.... ,,i ,,,, .
ray: -Thw tax ..
OCMII ffc m spirit, antisocial li
application, deatruetlvi when Inv
pli-inenl-d and likely t [
Communist Vietmrnh forces disastrous to any political omr>
.warmed into the town fO miles that rondones It&
north-west of Hanoi with com. Tel-a->'l:_ Under the new
p.ete disregard for loase-" end rales of pay for ihe poll
fell upon (he estimated 600 man the driver ol Inspectoi >
Franco-Vietnamese garrison to Saeher's car tdki
Umax n week-old winter dry pay ;.t il end f li. month th n
peruir t.eneral. Tin
willing to provide such aeconi-
i nodal Ion ihey wi.uht ...
the beat type of I
aehleve the objeetn ol produ
i earn chief among tl v
local usen
Mr Cn\ arrived in Barbado-
im Thursday by B.W.I A. for thrr
weeks' rest and in a guest "I
Major and Mi*. R, fralgg at th-
Oarrlaon,
During the thi-v weeks hfl
epenJ m Baih'idos m 1048. pre-J
paring a repoit foi the Qo
man) on the rin Beigada
recommended that Bar)
' ir t.....n i' rtanl and the ...
1st in Bridgetown !"> great for
the service lo remain si it w.-
nd that OoverTimenl should em-
, I y a professional Fire Officer
Eventually. Major Craigg, an
i xperieiued officer came out frcm
the United Kingdom and han
made the best of a had juh bul
Hd was not sufficient
JAKARTA, Indonesia.
Oct. 18.
Oovernmeni offlslaij .
'- In track down Iciders of the mass
' dasnaMtratloa ..gainst Parlia-
rnant in which 5,000 person-
! ground the PreatdenUal

demanding national I i
herniise "Parllamrnt does not
represent the DSJ
There were no casualties re-
ported In the limited Ai
which wa* backed by
tanks mid artillery, bill
troops, about six entire Com
iiioiust laklrnanti. "*-., kin.-'t oi
wounded m battles foi Wmti
nountatni
..oi! Snipei Hidge in the pi-l ] I
t r.
nfYensive.
LONDON. Oct. 18.
The Turkish Premier Adi
Menderes and
Kuad Kopruhi
light have .
Cnyi chill and
to visit Ankara,
usually reliable
United Nations
Deny Charge
1-on don talk1
vited Winston
Ant hoi in
cording to
'urce.*.
I In a statement on the dis-
cussions to-night, the I'imi.,'.
Office said the Ministers of both
; ides had found complete iden-
tity of view on all matters dis-
| cussed. The main topics are be-
lieved to have been the Middle
East command and methods of
associating Middle East state*
i wiih it.
The Turkish Minrter who
have been official guest- ol the
Urm.sh Government this week,
**; to-dav visited Famborough,
**" Hamiadiire. where they saw a
a.V." rilsPh>>' of supersonic jets and
lumhed with Mr. Eden at his
homet'.P.
Combining ancient "human
Vd" laetlca wttfl ultra-modern
Foreign Minister recoiltss artilh-ry, the Reds ipill-
who ended their "M ""' ' h-ighU from pogl*
* (HI
48 hours earlier, and fought
iv into thi entire led lowiv
The attack began at 5 pm. and
alter being repulsed with tre-
mendous losses it was rem wed
again Just before oawn when it
carried the Communists into the
heart of tht town.
has five the Inspcrtor-i.eni'r.ii's .....
benefits from the increased family
allowance* and the lower rate ( '
income tax.
Joliannenbursh:Fiom Soptem
I eg 20th. s-,uiri Africa was on tne
t.li nhnne to Austria and (si el
at 75s for three minutes.
Praise For
i he French tnd to
mult with airpower.
continuous night bombing at-
h. Uh lirst aj Us kind in He
ran real gevll warbut it fail-
to stop the enenv. -I'.P
-*j- tien. Marshall
Warning Was
Ignored
NEW YORK. Oct. IB.
Geneinl Usenh'iwi l.ul.e hign-apevd tpjaKing t..mpa gn
legnnip his inpubiirui Circes lof
oe ajgetion i.mtc agamsi Ine
Democrats.
ii. wound tip this week" mm-
Special Visit
Of Methodist
Chairmen
THI i lo ", Day ol the Marhnd
l irali lampali n di
'(id i oliserved ihrougli-
, onl M.-ll, Young I'.Hinlc'.
...i ic ri ell
held in il reel i inir.-h.
, ,..,.-..,. ..
j a- II am In ), eh rounj M.-tho parl and which will
need I the Re* K I
. i i' a it i) Tins anwviioon
' a* 3 p.m there is to lie a united
r ,.ii the ienk>i eholars
I of (he Me.h'idlst Sunday Schools
n there I la bg the
f the Campaign
i t -i . -'.li i \: llh
lha Jamas Street
i oi M "i ! In thi
n. .J 7 >J pm therr
il' !< a service i mdui tad i>v t>i-
it. i Dnvkaon ",r '""Nirman of
sSSn*m ^^:r ::;;.
Cantnea In St. Lucia did not N'",,UM
"''' m.....i ""' '" -i yeara. Mohammed Yai
1 ' unwtance lulled Irn .i wa
. le linn sen,.- i | fcceurfty........i ,., itag
ud not in reel exist with t'. demonstration, Its had been
result that the town was com- hlKmv Clitk.| of . |,.
iiet.u burnt out In I'Ht Thej Army'i leadership during th?
recenl legl dattva o. i
1 Conunut
|, o ! lot
'I
lion WO! ., the re-
I
., thorough ,:
... wouna up .nis weea^ iH"'-(i|(. |..-cward Island M.-thod.M
TIU: TREES AT
" ROCKLEi REACH.tfvft
NAPLES. Ort, 18.
learned to-rlay that a
US Wavj Irsveatlgatlon has estab-
lished that Gerald'. Potenxf, 23-
It

i i esldeni
in '.
' I
I'M- '
\'l..' I'M
ol the Mathodlat
speeeheii
recent '' I ' el
Engl
JOHN M. CABOT, new United
tates Ambassador to Pakistan.
takes the oath of office at a State
Department cereraony In Washing
ton. He was former U S Minister
W Finland.
/nlernorional
Lengthy Cabinet
Crisis Expected
In Finland
HELSINKI, Oct. IS.
Spok-smen of different Finnish
political parties agreed to-day
that they were prepared for a
lengthy Cabinet crisis following
PANMUNJOM, Oct. IS.
U N aimisuce n-.guiu.to
denied the old communist
that allied planes flew ovi
munjom neutral zone last month.
JHed representatives countered
with another protest that fifteen
commun'st prUonera ol war were
injured on Koje Island on Tues-
dkj
The exchange was made at
brief meeting of allied and com.
munist liaison officers. No men-1 .,,., I was seen "on the" guard rail of th.
tion was made at the meeting1 *-KING the last lew weeks a US .destroyer Weir a few mlmito
regarding the letter sent (0| "umber <>f 0MachlneIi trees; i,eforc the shooting.
United Nations commander Gen-r f-"r"*r'nB lh.".,be,ach '" Boc,''cy
eral Mark W Clark on Thurs- 'va been felled and this has Sources close to tfw. Inejuliy
' broughi much criticism from said Potenza dropped into his
l.fsple who (''d not know the rowboat after the sentry aboard
reascn f^i tha ternovaj ol Ihe eg Ihe destroyer spotted him. and
trees. | ignored at least ten cries of "hall"
Letters to the Press condcmncl before he was hit by the carbine I
. hat the writers called 'vanda- -not intended onlv as a warning. | capped a gruelling day in I) la- ft China. Chnirman of the Hon-
Ad th- unnecessary de- potenza, father of three chiF- iwa ""^ New Jersey. He also duras District. A hearty invlta-
hK.i -Horded dren was a Ashcrman bv profea- jWUlht '<> counter Democratic u<,r is given to all U> .ittnd these
sion. However Naples police i,M Irwims ihat he sunder Iheir-.flu- lajrvteea
hat suspected him for ,um(, time of
.g one of the
tared n ident i ruman
voting aga nst the lifting of the
pOU tan 'ti 1812. called ior a r<--
VlSlOn of (he McCarran IniiiMV.i -
non law. and foi uv
Btraigln night, prai-i-d Genei.il
oeorge C. MarrnaK Ida World
-- I"ta"y wounded- War n fommande.
sentry Thursday night. H# ,,. rlef gperch
in Jersey City Hew Jeraay, then
le'urnecl to h > homo on the
t'-ium'-i. Univeratty campus hoi
R tea rea anU. .- nulred
has ant
i anwally opt nod
Ha hoped lhal Mi
lamaica fire 00 i Majoi I ral .
mil hiniM-lf would stay in the Wi-st
llldlc- fur -oni.Ilinr |
-.1 them logethei i mild hi it' <
w. i| dies as .. whole in th.
...,... oi ire pro lion
I iiilu-d Fire Service
"it |i my beliel thiii Barbados poke to the mob tot
tnnol any more than Jmnaku oi from the Palace steps and prom
i i d in tin- mattei "f Bra pro- I d demo uld call
ti'.tn.n. .in anything else tiv virtui national elections soon but h^
of then prommeiK-e in the W< 'Id Ukf. Ml
n> On Paie is. rang i II'.
No bother, no worry,
only Lnllnlle
pleasure and enloynicnl
lo dining and wnter-
taininq, simply by
serving K.W.V. Wines.
day by communist leader*.
ci-rk still had not ragaad U)
the Red top-level note and his
headquarters at Tokyo gave no'
indication of when he would.
Colonel Charles W McCarthy,!
Unrted Nations staff officer, re- uuction of tree. ...
lected in a letter to North Korean much needed shade.
iigatitn ha* rat
t place tl
Tucsdiv. aWo in the James
Street Church, there will be a
ervlce unfoua in it* kind in Bor-
i .. ae -. i In ehh ii three
visiting Chairmen will take part.
i: will rommenco
nt 7.S0 p.m. will \r presid.-d ,.-r
iwt a iwo days' rest, and to work ,^ ,\. n,.v I Davtaon, Chairman
Dn speeches for Ihe two we. K' f \\IV leeward l*land' :
Stretch remaining In his effort '.'< The two ipaakera. befl |
Seagugi the Presidency their first visit to ihe colony, will
General Eisenhower's tfpeech to | (he Bev, H Tntt>Vi'hlrrnii
of more than 3.5(10 ,,r r nid the_Ri
General Chang Chung San a Red
charge that allied aircraft fle*v
nver Panmunjom
ber 17.VT.
Septcm- trees were old and rtten .it OM Kenpolltani tlackmaikoting tax
nycase might havo free cigars from US.
GOVfRNORS EXCHANGl
TELEGRAMS
The (o)lowlng exchange of
soon (alien; in the second plu
H havg brought gravo:
to strangei
i.-pet-ially Venezuelans wrr*> hav.-

II ua always the intention (ti
the proprietors to rcpl
ihP HwiswisdiMi ,f Premier llrhoi t*lc*ram* "** taken place be- ;ree* with Pride-of-Indu .md this
"" -' "' l^<[' a* mourn rno ...... u l-vi1... ,,..<-. ,.,.,,.
Ni'vv Sigitg, Fewer
Traffic Juttte
Kekkoi.en's Agrarian Socialist
tween His Excellency the Gov- work has nnw b"
irt vmImiIiv lernor and Sir Robert Arundell. eiloi Is to the aren
vnn Irr^SrnS pro. IUXM.0 OBJ
babty again manage to bring' "'Snale of Ba.bado-. |Th
about 'o-opcration between the, F~,/^vernor lo Sir Robert h)
big parties Social Democrat.' *rsmde*l.
and Agrarians but will re-' "O" behalr or the QovernmenS
quire much l.me and effort to'" be i^ple of Barbadoa.
create understanding between Bd our STeeUngs
lint-nig the
I
ence of BcnaUM Robert A T <
IK he always made it a
listen to aiK
membt-r.. ol all political parties,
then added "But let me be quite
clear as to my. personal n poi
bility for my ull'mate deci-nni>
Those decinons have been andt
will be mine alone." I____
General Eisenhower aceused the Sugar Assoeiation at the twelflh
Democrats of "cruel dupJieily- -- 0. (im..i ng held
the eivll righla issue and de- Friday at the offices Of the B.G.
for dalmlng Sugai Produeera Aaaoi
HON. KOBINSOIS AGAM
H.W.I. SVGAM -\ss\.
CHAOUtAlS
. i >WM BX3 Oct. IB
li.. ll E H-.hinson was re-
Ielected Chairman ol me B.W l
-d Mr frwna
it Tod CO-L-FimirfDroirs
Vlctoiia
___ last ...
..._.i hax been placetl on duly "JO ba th only friend our negro
rVal have.'pj.
;ulotion call-'

rthing else winch j direction of Broad Btreel
U i t did not bring any j teoding t.. gn across th.-
1 ItenelM rty or tn-.*e| Bridge keepon the right side along! Tin cost of living index llgui.
who made use i.! < [Trafalgar Str \ a further l*., points last' Duboulay (St. I-ucia) and lion
The area will now be' A few weeks ago a sign was month The figure recorded was M E Robin .n (Ti
p,,,- ^^.,b,o , < new Covcnor and <**.* <"-*&! 2^
crlals Trade Union Federation m">"'e;, OI * lo'" tna *ncwni' will give ihu.de ind also beautify J keep to the rlgHt for the bridge, (dropped one point July with and discussions took place
and Farm Producers As-ociaUon ""? _. ^^ |Uk( ' request wu seldom ob- figure. on the future of B.W.I, sugar re-
The ST ikM Ol I'arliement K '7*^ neorrt AruiMirii u. ---------------------- j served. | Th- figure for lat month wag earth scheme and on the fortJl-
A. Fagerholm was received by Governor of nerbedea. towmm tuiWil'li' Now* ,wn b,**r notices have the lowest recorded so far thl coming eighth Congress of the
.( K Paasiki vi to-day. My wUg join* me in ex- l i./i'/h \narur i \nur.u i been placed on Trafalgar Street. \ year. In January, the raur-1 International Society of Sugar
He said the Chairmen and Vice- pressing sincere thanks for your] a Sen;ni I It has been shown since drivers jumped frcm 292 to 311. and roe-? Cane Technologist! which is to
ol different party kind message. We look forward | tenable gl lege foi. are made to keep to the light lo t\4 In February. B-WJ [n 1M3.
\11 be called to the Presl- gladly to serving the Govern- *> ye^rn. hs beer Bridge and the left other- I Thf .n>r' *e on f.-i linee ISS0
dent on ant and people of the loyal O. Campbell (Boy> of tl,<- Alleyn-. arise, that ( lary was
pplnion.t'.r. .... and ancient Colony of Barbados." School. -cur. Ion if hg meeting.
elected f"i the en-
J C. McMichael

: Bmlth
(Bntiih Guiana), Ih.n R L. M
ike), n H
'Davis. O.B.E (St Kills). J. C
...ado use of i Idreflfssd a further Iwo nnlnta last
the two organizations that were ^"SlSlL^-J^^fSl'lS!!'.'' ' and placed in the middle < IhTsttwim'as cerrTpa'r'ed" wiih to-day
motoiisu and cycli-u to previous month when it had said routine matters were dealt
QUAUn
DISTINCTION
FLAVOUR
BRIGHTEN YOUR TABLE with !ho
rich quality ol K.W.V. P A A R L
TAWNY. Il' .uprb Mrved ai room
temperature with deaaerts Ire.h fruit,
cheese and null.
K.W.V.
" JJu Wins ofj (Ml Jims "
K.W.V, Sill KKV BRANDY.
AND TABLE WINKS


p \<-.l
SLS,\V ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1*- 152
.IA\KITA IHtlSN SIMM* '
l>*or U> SINGKH'K)
M \IRIV.I S
S1.82
UPS
S7.CM1
Sale
tl M 8. S.1M
.'KIN'IS ! I*
Why Toscanini Had His Phone*
BBS FOR YOI'RSH VIS t
TOR SPARKLING REALTY
THE
DIAMOND
RINGS'
(B) I i.hF.Hin ll.irili --!->
AKTURo TOSrANlNJ. on* of
the xnult band of *m
ki-narian* who never think "f rr-
still pursued
fable (hat he married
.- W lift* ...
cert """ ortues. will bi
fek. Aim i* was
In Milan where the stoi .
Italy So Minjr
.nit Toscan.m'- -aiiim
h I phone number.
[ Toscanini meg he will Uvg li
' ii villa near Like Md-gaei"
1 when be retire*. Wh I
he"* The maestro ageogel
I until he is at
least *> 'Music n--.
-imdurtor-: never )ir..
M
I'nlikr the Arrasbtaheg, <** C*n-
lerbury bis favnunl.*

Cut Off
YOU'D NEVEB KNOK .
UP on the orchestral oot luc-
tor's rostrum thins nsgap
which yen rarely aae and n
hear. George fAraafeen. who,
just left the U>n*>ii Sym|
Orchestra alter 19 years i
leader, has been |ivmi ph :
-
I and
New

.iiduclini;.
Beecharo |
ia Miiyinv." nn Sm
tenaton cauaaa Mr
ruau to have a noise
like someone tr*:n
Josef Km* huse-
During rehearsals
;iboul the
be at a beet audience
the flute-, pljverl on
" cape nf fa*/"
Su TrHm I
kei /it [hi kj
Jcarm BuriM
in hi* thrn.t
: to !'
Beecham i
orchestra an

M lurri he
AMKR1CAN II U
BRITISH author P. G.
< tin1 acres on Long island
I intend* Ui make
"my American headquar'
ha* lived In a Park-evenw i>e>fvt-
house auace 1947. but he says:
"I certainly haven't
tikmi M
CONVERSATION TOXE
WHO are the ten beat con-
versation alisls under W Cer-
tainly I would include tn any
list 3"-year-old Lord Granard.
He Is a man of real ability who*<
flow of words is always based
nil knowledge and study.
'ust now h * receiving con-
gntulattaB* to which I add
my i sag on the birth of a
ond daughter He live- in |
and married Marie
ine former Prince* Faun
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
OF
ROLTON LANE
Plio.ir ItSOS
Glands Made Active and Youthful
Vigour Restored in 24 Hours
GLOBE
llltt I VI SIN*; "I P M. and ren'laniiit
mri om \i n I 01 iiiiii
M p:BD Polr.cn,
-ALLY pbbVU
vVIUNEftnAi illl'RM%\ 4 15 and CM
tlrlUtrdrrr Rn> Taw Bell
WEBB and Joam
IM1I lll.'l
Maraba!! THOMPSON Virgintti I
American Dodor'l Ditto very
Stranajthens lloM Nervas,
Body Memory. SewWi Mus-
cles, ond tnduronc* Settee
The-. Cl.rW Opaeafna-s
ImplesGo
Cause Killed in 3 Days
^aJiib Caltinq
-srg
fM?coderm
let Sfcia Treafelas U'^-ae'
MISS l-INDA lUSTEH iry of her birthaay at the ic*id AquaUc Oaa Oantaon She au u aean la the aaUdla rcraernand annilng herself with balloon* and
bet many friend*.
-::. .'.:: ; : . ".......-,:i-"5
stwur*.....-"
Wk. ill 21 H*ur> ;- .irk.^iS?*,,^,,.,
:
nnnn \i
1 VIHIS
OXT
PRELUDE TO
FAME
. K ! tti Double
.'..bna. WcM-n.j irr
TARZAN a THE
LEOPARD
WOMAN a
THE TATTOOED
STRANGER
OTAL
Tn-D*% 131 M
1 J-" Bl.l
' "."""wSi'* '
SB
THE
HOLLYWOOD
row
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I I \IM K n -HI H
I LMHi . is.
THE FIGHTING
REDHEAD
THE STRANGE
MRS CRANE
MonclJv t, T>.ed'
Vi-Tah. --- *r- -
r I MassH eaai
ast
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"Christmas Cards'
ROBERTS & CO.
" Youx Stationers
Dial 3301 No. 9 High St.
EXAMINE
YOURSELF
Can You Say'HO'to
AUTlwse Questions?
Japaa aatw !
SACkACHE?
HEUMATQM*
SLEEPLCSSNESSr
WIOACHEST
LOSS OF ENERC17
TOO I kf Ql KM
URINATIONr
II raar Bioaw b "YES" Is any eas af Iha
ujMinenfl lha yeu m likely a nrtaa ef
i'.hIij hidnris. ; W,' May. A. t si awr.
Tik* IV-ld1, KidrKT Pilli li.- pnfd
awe>. Fee *# haM .num. railiana el
elrreri m ad aarta o4 the .*Id ha<* raund
lMapt rtJr.1 and errananeM bcorfl thaaaifh
taa u.e nl l!,i. faatoui rr-mrd. Dadcf'i
KhWt P.!l. arc aah> aaat Is hary
iinl -ait I) lakr Bolll* al *1 pTU 2 ||
Dodds Kidney Pilh
Children*' Parly
YESTERDAY afternoon >hil-
dren's part> was held at the
residence of Mi and Mrs. J A
Roberts. Aquatic
Gap in honour of their crand-
daughtei ljnda Foster who cele-
brated her Hist Urahday.
Amotuji tiic tin> tola present
who joined m the birthday cele-
bratsom were -Joanne am!
Wayne Hunt*. Adrian Gale.
Catherine and David Potcrkin.
Suun Gale, and ft-Ui und Oall
Manning.
A cubic of btrthdav greeting.
love and klsaea Was sent by Lmd-'-
Daddy. Mr. Paul Foster who is at
present in England and who re-
grets very much not being pix-cnl
to I""' ui thr 11 lehrations him-
self.
lmiran*U
MR. AND MRS. I' A. CLARKE
and Ih-ir son Brian of Trim-
dad, weic amoni: the intransit
pancaajeri i> the "Golfito" on
rial ay far England.
Mr. Clarfca Who imploycd at
the I'urt-of-Spaiii branch 01 B*r-
Baalk hna now been trans-
ferred to the London Branch.
He spent two and a half year*
In Trinidad utid he said that hie
st.i> the.
/far ># iplHMiilnu'iit
MR and MRS HAM1SH
FRAZER and im
children. came in on the De Grtuse on Wed-
nesday last from the U.K left thi
i*land for St. I-ucia yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A. after spend-
ing a few days as guents at Super
Ware Guest Huusc. Worthing.
Mr. Fiaier is going to take up
an appointment at Conservator of
rewa, st i.uci.i
/"r/firi' Tour
MR. J. H. BUTLER. Latin
American and Caribbean
Representative for W. L A. Gilbe>.
Wine and Spirit Merchanl- i)f
I.>nd<.n. left b> ihe Golfilo on
Friday Ihm on his way to Eng-
lle had been touring the aien
ft.i the i>.iit JT yasHV and will be
r-"nding a iiolida> in Kngland be-
f' re conuim out f ii another trip
Tmn '> Tomorrow
TIE Lawn lentiM match be-
tween "IV.ne> llynam and
Ikiuii- Won l will now take
place inmoiTow afternoon at
W'.;>d5Kii'" Bav Street as part of
the dnve to raise fund, for
Ihrhttmas Chartllei.
VIAJLA IIIL4IKLS
s. i r:... i TOW

nan i
. .i Ailr.rUan iHl* Waab.
i I pm soa
i MAN A
Nioa i i m.i mi.in
i MEAQAh
iBAHO oriMN

UAVQ
ALONG THE
GREAT DIVIDE
M a tit.ii'
I I l I i I -II .-...1 K
WONA1 In WMTB
i i sop m
n si ii.' MAM now:
1 U1...1I al HSA
(111
i... ,. Q-MMtAM
PBJPA1 IMa : -in a
4 A A- B M p n.
Li. Ja .. -.
Ml III I UAIIIAMI
I /.M M M.I I
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TUOM.M
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Nl. MAX Mllll
r m iii ruw.Hi
iTVvhnHolur
IIN(. lit riUMAS
REDIFFUSION
HI MI* (I THI. PUBLIC III .1 the oiiiiihikIuIm.ii
Srhrin| niies f m < ml i n HcVStssanaf Isl. Take
MVtaStJUfJ nf lit. C'u'.h CMawaalaaaM offere;! 'y
ilUrmlnri . new Suhsrrihers helore thai dale.
Itl.lMI I I'SION WILL PAY 51.50 in rush for every
new Sub eriher lirouiflit lo und accepted by lite
Company, up In the I'lsl October.
X^ ##'/ .v ii it It iti'ttiffiisiim.
RKIHKFITSION
Trafalgar Strevl
? WHO IS THE THIRD VISITOR ?
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miiiii- worm rowniaa
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inmn. naors
(. CARLTON BROWNE
Wkatoute a K.UU
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MR t MRS OEOROE NEHAUI.
IT Till BARBADOS A'JI'ATIC CI.I'B
i*
(( 1-k-jI and Visilinu M. ml., ,. on|v
j The Barbados Water Polo Assorialiiin
o Pnaanti on
I
S '"'- ' IX TOIII R 1ST TKST
Ladta ........... 8J0 p.m.
J licnl. ......... f.OO p.m.
ADMISSION' TO PIEB I -
I; DuncihK ir,.n> III ,,.,. Mirinichl, Musir b>-
> Cnrwcn'i, Trio
\.'MISSION Tl) ".MIKOOM I .
S nUDAV. IIITII <1( TOIIKK 2NI> TKST
5 l.nilii-s ............ H.:HI p.nl.
I '""'- ............... 9.(10 p.m.
MI'IISSION ft) I'lHi I .
iBATURDAt-, 25TII OCTOBSa 1B0 TKST
'"li's ............ 8J0 p.m.
'"' ........ 9.CMI p.m.
IDMISBION TO Fir.R 2 .
$
IIwiciiik I...... Ill p.m. i 2 .,. :; M,ir hv
I- \:iMISSION TO IIM.I.ROOM lidr.
iUNUAV MTU
I. ill Ml V. Sll..],(,. |
i.ili. II ..I Clips
last a.iii.
11..Ill a.m.
-.-.^-^..---.-.-.-..-.-..-.-.-....-.-....-.-...-..-.^.-..-.-.-....
ON THE
1ST. NOVEMBER
DANCING SIM) p.m Ct'EWKN K OKCH. DRESS OPTIONAL
\fnrriiil i I'ttfrday
YESTERDAY afternoon at 5.00
o'clock at Providence. CbbTM
I Church. Mr. George Nehaul.
brother of Dr. B. B. G. Nehaul ol
Georgetown. BnU u fttli liride Miss Gloria Patricia
Bullen duughter of Mr. and Mrs
C. A. Bullen of Searlea Factory.
Christ Church.
The ceremony which was fullv
choral was conducted by Rev.
Furley
The hndr who wag given in
marriage by her father wore a
dress of blonde Irce over taffeta
winch featured a sweetheart neck-
line, long .sleeves and close fitting
bodice. She woic a flared skirt
with cut-in train and her veil was
l.elii m place by Caracas daisies.
Her bouquet was Michaclmns
daisies and 'hell pink rosebuds.
Her note attendant was Mia*
CeeaUg Warnei who wore a drc>
oi pink n-ntaiii? with a double
Bared skirt. Her close filling
bodice wns off-the-shoulder and
formed four petals at the fronl.
|Mtl pcttil V|| tipped in blu*
id she lamed a blue fealherei'
3m.
The duties of bestman weic
pci-fi>rmvd by Mr. Stanley Blanch-
ette while thoae of UCflMr* Ml la
Mi. lonard Banfleld. Mr. An-
thony Smith, and Mr. Jh. k Baft.
A i-eception wa> held at the
hornet nf the brida's paTents.
Seai'les Factory and the happv
couple left by B.W.I.A. for Gren-
ada this morning where they will
spend the honeymoon
fueat.o of Miss Udeen
lint Hull.
Iiulrjuiid- Holiday
MRS. VASS1E MORRIS, wife cif
Mr. Sum Morris, Secretary of
the League of Coloured People,
and her sister Mrs. Daphne Mason
wife of Mr. D A. Mason. Editor
of the 'Voice of Curacao" :,rriveu
recently from Grenada for an In-
.1- in m holiday.
They are
Spooner of
Huulvr Tailor l/rrr
ARRIVING recently m the col-
on% and enjoying much ol the
amenities of this island was Mr.
Pitz Blackman, popular Trinidad
Master Tailor of 33, Ahercrombv
Street He arrived a little atPM
the Curih Bears after fitting out
their costumes for the tour. He
Bpreggad delight with a very
lovely holiday spent al Atlantis.
Bnthaheba.
ttHurninf: To Kiiglund
MB. and MRS. G H. HART-
LEY and their two children,
tfcith and Jean, are now return-
ing to England after spending 18
"ninths in Trin dad Thev were
inlrani.il by the Gnltrto" on Fri-
day last.
Mr. Hartley who la ., Civil En-
gineer .,- employed hi Trinidad
ah Cl.-rk of Works at the Works
and Hydraulics. He wHl spend
'bout two months in England be-
foie going on to Bast Africa to
tike up u similar appointment
with the Government.
Pour Honlhu' Holiday
MR. D. H. M. Gordon of Apex
Oilfields, Trinidad, left on
the Gofftro on Friday for Knglioui
on four months' holiday.
For the past month he was stav-
ing with hi* father Mr. G H. Gor-
don. Engineering Adviser of the
Comptroller for Development ond
Welfare, at St. Lawrence Osp
Bark Home
JLMH WIUJAM STEWART of
"* Woodford Lodge Estate
Trinidad will be returning to his
home in Scotland after spending
three years in Trinidad.
He left .in the Goiflf-, Friday
last.
Recovering
HER many friends will be glad
to heur that Mb* Muriel
PatTtS, daughter of Capt. and Mrs.
e. C. Parris. of Tudor Bridge and
a pupil of Queen's College, has
li..d a successful appendicitis op-
eration and Is recovering rapidly.
Piano Ftecilal
MISS KATHLEEN HURRAN.
English Pianist, who is on
nve-nsontb totsr nf the British
West Indies, is expected to arrive
in Barbados on Wednesday. She
nai already broadcast in Trinidad
and haB- given recltabi in St. Vin-
cent and Grenada.
Her concert recitals in England
leceivcd high appreciative notice
n the l/mdo'i Press,
Miss Hunan will be remaining
in Barbado* for a week during
which time she will give a reeltnl
at the British Council on Frldav,
Oetoner 24
Baby Competition'
IN connection with the Cow &
Gate Barbados' Bonniest Bahv
Competition of 1952. Mrs. A. W.
Scott, wife of Dr. A. W Scott
has kindly consented to take core
of the show this year as Mr;. F.
N. Grannum will be aivav in Eng-
land
The Judges for the competition
"iave now been decided on. and
I re a follows: Dr. A. S. Cflto.
Dr. Colin Vnughan. Dr. George
Fmia;.-. I). Charles Manning, Mr.
Ha/el Hart. Mrs. Verc Deane.
Mrs. L A. Hall, and Mrs. F. A.
Bishop. Hrg. J, P. O'Mahony. g/lfe
of Dr. O'Mahony. Chief Medical
OfJlcer. will distribute the pffgeS.
The pictures of the twelve
babies selected will appear In the
Sunday Advocate of Novembei
9lh and the Final Judging and
Prize Giving will tke place Ml
Saturday 22 November In the
Ballroom of the Barbados Aqualic
Chili when all parents together
with the babies who have been
entered in the competition, ore
HSked to attend.
llappy Birthday
CONGRATULATIONS to Miss
Joan Thorpe and Miss lam he
Skeetc who celebrate their birth-
days tomorrow. Many happy ir-
turm of the dav nnd best wafhei
for you both.
Service* At Y.W.Cjk.
'X'HE VERY REVEREND The
JI Dean G. L V. Hatlewood
will hold religious services at the
Hall of the Y.W.C.A., Pinfold
Street to-oa>. starting at 4.30 p.m.
All members and friends are cor-
Hialli invited.
Will Spend 12 Month*
WHS. R. L. OSBORNE. wife of
1Y1 ,< Diifctor of Works ana
Hydraulic*. Trinidad was In-
transit nn Friday bv the GiifiU
on her way to the U.K. where
she will spend tbout 12 month-
Holidaying In Barbado*
MR. and MRS. GREENIDCr.
of Caroni Ltd Trinidad were
among the arrivals by the Goldfo
on Friday last from the UK where
they had been spending three
months of their long leave.
They said that they had a verv
enjoyable holiday and they will
be spending a few weeks in Bar-
bados with their children on Max-
well's Coast before returning to
Trinidad in November,
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sINDAV. (M'TOBF.R 19. 113!
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
\t lilt' i iliriliu:
POULTRY Farm and Garden
INTERNATIONAL notes
INTRIGUE
AFTER having seen DIPLOMATIC COURIKR .i ihu
Globe, I have comt to the concluwoo that lh'sc "hot
mcs^e'' boys of ihe U*S. State Department don't have a
dull moment and that theit job is definitely not for any
individual who is doubtful of his blood prvtfuipl
i ' .1 .' i.ev's fM>Vl'l
Errand it has all ho
'"mi'iiwb for a slick, ipj rnalo-
drama, besiauna *itii ita? couriai
hx contact aavnt
miirut-rN and the -.ret duu-
i>ent. jron; j n^^t.iuu* waartan
. \! to Uk

-pies moving ground wiU
ble lAObfruBvi <-.- ;i n d ,i
glamorous American girl from
All this add:,
lurdei <>i
which a farm- pun tab
., [r.1ii--roiuirn'ntal train screech-
aa> scrus* Eui
ends in the meittnc-p. :
nation:*! in!riturTrieste.
A- lli- eOUTH i. Tm
.Thing he's fi.it Into .1
rolathat though mi*ei:i i^ )ua|
M rugged in action U m
rr-eent period ones and In his mts~
moii bahmd UM Iron Curtain, he
luni Ule gamut >! Mint shot (
tubbed, drugged and thrown Into
a river, to knv nothing of two
knock-down drag-out fights with
hiw unpleasant Russians.
Patricia Neal nnd Hddegiirde Neft
i on tribute their share of compli-
cations and one of lhc:n nearly
lings the curtain down on him.
Miss NetT, a Europriin
some talent, gives a |>articularly
good performnnce ii the ugent who
plunges the coiiiKi into a net-
work uf intrigue. Stephen Mc-
Nally and Karl Midden round out
a strong cast and both give good
sound performances.
The Austrian countryside, the
hotels, cafes ;md flats of Trieste
Sire an authentic background to
e U.S. and Soviet agents' game
of hare and hounds, while com-
petent direction and good
photography insure ItlfU
tcrest in the cloak ,ind dagger ac_
tivltles of the DIPLOMATIC
covmm
IN
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CRROL FLYNN
MARA HAM
This week-end. the Plaza.
Bridgetown Is snowing MARA
MARU. U latest adventure of
Errol Flynn. It i- a somewhat
overcrowded melodrama with an
avaricious gatin of cut-throats in
search of i sunken treasure. The
picture opens with fast and furious
action when Mason, a deep-sea
diver (Enrol Flynn) brings his
partner home drunk and raving
bout a hidden treasure. La let
Jn the evening, t h e part net
is discovered murdered the
diver's room ransacked and the
latter held for murder. Released
because of an alibi from a man
ivroni: I'own.
who knew the real killei. Mason
l taken to the head of a gang
who are after the same traajnm
and who persuades him to join
them. On board the Mara Mam.
Mason guides the ship to the spol
and in the middle of a typhoon,
i.wn and salvages what
luins out to be a diamond cross
stolen from a church in Manilla,
from there on. It's each one for
himself and no holds barred.
The action is sustained, what
with deep-sta diving sequence*
double crossing, a love triangle, a
storm at sea and the last minute
reformation of a roitue, but due
to the abrupt introduction of a
religious note, the ending of the
picture is ofT-ke\ with UM ' of
it.
Errol Flynn and Ruth Roman
bead a capable cast, but there an
so many factions and so much
takes place, that at the end one
can't be sure that everyone has
been accounted for.
ALONG TIIK (jRKAT
in vi in:
ALONG THE GREAT I.IVII ft]
;(| Ihe nwhurajsl Plaza is, as ilsl
name suggest*, a western nut
with a psychological flavour.
The baste action is a long, hot. I
thirsty trek across the desert with !
all ih< tftendgrn' batted, tuspicaon.
intrigue and murder among the i
mombCSI of the part) Briefly. Ihe |
story concerns a VS. Marshal |
who rescues an elderly rustler
and would be murderer from a
lynching party, and on turning
tut, ioner-over to lh law, dis-
covers Ms Innocence.
Top acting honours go to veter-
an Walter Brennan who gives a
fine performance as the old rustler
and supplies the wit and humour
(or Ai.ich he is famous. Virginia
Mayo jilays a new type of role as
the old man's daughter who is torn
between her loyalty and affection
for hex father and her love for
the marshal. She doe' the part
competentlyand looks it. with
short hair, an old felt hat and
blue jeans. Kirk Douglas plays
the marshal and gives a good
. bill performance from tho
physical angle, but the charac-
terization of the hard and fast
hero who suffers from a father
Hxation, is somewhat confused
am inclined to agree with another
erilic who says "Perhaps west-
ern characters Just naturally
teem more at home wrestling
with each other than with their
own frustrations John Agar
and Ray Teal complete the cast
apart from minor roles.
istes such as ours
Hon need-
ed for the poultry house, but
last week's heavy rains remind us
of the advisability of having tar-
paulin or other curtain protection
when Vic weather u. bad Always
rtmcmUi that the purpose of
good management is to get more
tgin- Drool U- l.n.is you havi
tnd that the more i iiiasMwalliii
v.iii bens receive the greatf
your rhiiaei of xettmjt mart
Having taken ever) care to five
youi hem ihe bast In nouwng and
feeding laying and drinking equip-
*ont neglect to look after the
aaa.
Earlier I mentioned ibal vou
ahould provide one neat for each
seven bens. Keep the Bool "f Uu
/red with rnegasse and
keep the nest, well littered with
or straw
Keep the under-side of perches
covered with m to 2 inch mesh.
It, gB||0t wire Keep hens in ih
house when yards are muddy
Have hand- clean when gathcrinu
the eggs. Pack eggs in good eases.
Ad of this l know seems hk.
leachinc niaridntothci *o suck
c,yi> .it.d it would not be sur-
prfcuia If the old hand* in the
priiltiy game regarded it .is vei;
stuff and obvious. Of
bou eli .1 -i.t.uy and oi
i> obvious, but most of
tO l>e taught to Cjeao DUJ
Ueth daily before we acquired
the habft. One rias only to keep
open when driving
around the countryside or when
visiting ihe houses of frlM
keep poultry- to realise how great
is the need for elemental1] notes
such as these. Perhaps when the
standards of more poultry-keep-
ers have risen to the level of some
of Thi >iiccessful poultry-farmers
n the i-land more advanced
column will be required Mean-
while 1 would like to thank the
correspondent for his interesting
letter on megasee and would ap-
preciate 'ODununicatians from
anyone w h o s e experience in
-poultry-keeping in Barbados
would be of value to other poul-
iiy-keepers.
But to get back to eggs. Donl
let broody hens stay in the nest, i
Keep them in broody coops. And.
gather your eggs at least three1
times daily. If you market eggsl
pack them properly with Ihe small
end down.
I (Hill PROBLEMS Hy Agricola
IN THE CURRENT ISSUE of the West India Com-
mittee Circular, the editorial reviews a recent publication
<>r ihe Foundation fur Scientific- Research in Surinam and
Um Netherland Antilles, which deals with the question
of food resource-* in the Caribbr.m in terms of potential
arable land available per perao-
T> furores quoted for UV
I'.r jjei west Indian islands are
Harhados 03 acre Jamaica. 0 !
aege; U-eward Islands. 0 55 acrt
Trli.idad and Tobago. 0.9 acre
Wtndard Islands. 0 55 acre
Those figures are of inteo
received a."* l-ouit of view of Ihe land UK
GalNNUh. HINIS
FOR AMATEURS
>JtMM
ng letter ttom a' aarj- to provide Ihf naouMt
reader, giving his experience with nutrition for a population wh^'.
Uuj HUH
r*
plumbago. As other reader* will {continues to increase at the
also find it interesting it is re- of two (2) per cent, per uuiun .
t-ruduceu hei, ind reads as fot- I It provides an ever-increasing ad-
uwa. mun--.ialive problem fyi Ooven
"Follow,ns is an experience ment and those concerned witn
thai may *** of UMar r H \uu. ; the application of scienUAe mta*
Bovv/al yean, ago J obi.nucrl some
i lue puunhagk) plants liom Gra-
uras fur coping wiUi ihe need to
the conservation "f naturi
reeouieev tugethci m in
maJntexiance and Improvement oi
soil feiulity. leading to UKft'tafd
crop pi relate i
matter'
The review rop>rred to not'
asithat American nulritunlsta ;anar
aim- :: i| .ippiuxauiu 1> I
. (J .image proOULUVi .
arabh land aie required i.. pi w.
ML v Si IsUehail avu, rtUbushed
Wncn ihe hedge
! d that two
of the I i a uliim-
k^go and I removed ihesi t--<.
from the hedge i Ui ing thejn
to gro* ihen
1. isb or plant.
Tin wQiu plants have sine* be-
nj about fuui feet
high, and six feel Ln dumeicr ^ mwroum iut w\ l ,
with thick tr almost person. On the other hand, the
continuously' In bloom. The cslculajadawarage for the
rlooms arc w> l; rgc and abundant It whale, baaed on crop yield*,
that the shrub F i a distance approaumales lialf an acre as tn>
Uoh* like a white rose bush. minimum required While aver-
Wlnle Uim is protuiMyt qulU'!*sT- -re helpful in viewing th
u:u..l diouph 1 havg neeei wen world losltlon. local condition.,
any wlnte plumbago so luxurant v.ry to such an extent that each
whal U of interest is that while I -rea must ilnd its own answer U-
plumbago has not been known a* the problem. Much will depend
GrazeUcs for at least the pa-llon the kind of crop* ,:i
fifty years." nd of letter. the use (including rvquinn .
This reader's cxperiemi u ilh both man and beast) to whnch
Ihe white plumbago recurring; they arc put. In Braah iowuu.
after such .i nu m >* '' countries, the probh n icrliaps
imist unusual and interesting not fcu formidable
White plumbago b eianparative- ' permit of storage ov i .>< ,: peril
rgre, and Bus >count ma> and. If livestock nunibtn
rncuutage olliei gardcnci- i. ed as Ihcy were in Ihilaiii dm
grow tlus lovelj plant. It would .ing the war a reasonably gc.
be interesUDg lo know how nutrition level for the populaii"'-'
the reader treated his whiic I can be secured by careful raUoiun
plumbago t<< yd *>uch a luxuriant' and balancing of the diet. But.
growth, what oil tl was planted in doing so. IJriuan/i
Drive away
UGLY SKIN
diseases now I
briauK of <*jlv quti and pirnr-l.-
iv<- aaa itraaHaa sad uchtv pn
wa mik. ilrrrl'" r"hi >
up vout Uun in h
-Ilh 1 1* 1> I I.J (t. .1.-. nl,..<
pin and (mbairaunKni aaa
all nh die nu^t. csnsai
P Dl> Prn
HOW DDD. ACTI SO QUKRtT
IM' i> asaaB
II mil '. .(
into iKt pnrca ! lite *"'
ixdrtinmhcsinTiv Jm.
laaWana ana bnas
-i-.a'.n..ii .--' i
tti.VJ*MiJ. af I>r J<
.'.*.! aaa1 Mi i a
DDD
PRESCRIPTION
CADBURY'S
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HOURS
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li o.m fj^iii. siaaaoar r. j-,
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H-licinu. Talk, S 00 p m Thi- Hall* Oi
Chestts. 1S0D pin Tha Na*. 10.1
|> rn |-.m 17^ Bdllotl.l. 10 IS p m
London rorum. 10 4ft Muilr U.g.ilm
mc.ndav. ocToaaat issa
at m p.m. MUaim
4 00 p in The Nrw> 4 IS B ir. Tt
nall> Sarvlca. 4 13 pm Wilromr I
Britain. # i>m rU Sawande, S I
p.m LMUnrre ChnM-e. S SO p m Wall
MlBelWu. 1* P m Mairlklns ai
Wi.it.,.l m ,,_u AUund Up
PnnSM rfttsal I N p n H "<"^
7 10 p in Home Nw- T-.. I;
! IS ta.se. si tt m m ;i h
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1 U.t,. la
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BaaUa Hi......I p n. Thr ition. i u p n>
hsai
r>n. *...V\. 0 (
Aan a p m mu
Enan a... Thp Mm*. 1- I"
1 ii nir nan. rlala. 10 15 p m
[. ut ji i n> InlcMud. ol
in. position In the itarden manure
and water. Ordinarily ihe blue
plumbago IhTiV** besi in poor
rather gi.ivcU soil wiUi hUJe
inanur* of water Perhaps the
luxuriant umwih and large
blooms "f the adUte plunibsso are
Ihe resuli i>f dilterent breaunent.
ji depends on olants gel-
tiup tlie right tie,i!iot i I
gardener who can't gel crialn
. ..
ing Ihem the rondilion- lhc> like.
It is well worth while when plant-
ing an>' new plain to Ilnd OUl
/rum some other Hardener sJJ it.-
likes and d. Ike- baCOTC planting
A useful rnernber to bavi In Ihe
!arujcn 15 Baby's Brcatl. I
Ightful line fcalhcrj (cm used .so
much in wreaths and general dec-
oiHtion. a
Baby'5 Bicalli lc>ks tovtl) lOo made .*)
in hanging baskets, when, in time ducc gran
meat
notablv beef cattle
were drastically
auclng hen*
and sheep,
leduted.
In this connection it should be
1.0I1 ih.it slock pre 1
and may consume
great deal of food grown on land
which con be utilized tor producing
ceienl-, loots, vegetables and
pulses capable of niainLumg a
much larger huinun popUlaUon
This ha- long been recognized.
Did nut Sir Thumas More, a lead-
ing phih^ophcr ol hi* day. onco
declaim that 'sheep were eating
men' in reference to Britain'*
mangr during 'ht early periodi
from an arable to a pastoral,
nnMej IXurtng w*irid War 11.
Britain iv verted again to eV
.oahi. land policy and she is
now irylnjc to balance things up
Qerman>. it may be recalled,
vassal slates pro-
and vegetiiUles. bin
it covers the wootc bagket UDtll it ihe look nio-t of Iheir liveslock
look* like n green hall. lo balain e her own food needs.
Baby's Breath is propagated by Well, of course, no one
loot division: tt I I 'I. down diet rules which emnhaam
bul when it does make a *Urt it 1 the calories and leave out of cun-
spreads rapidiv and often has to skteseUon the psycholniilcal
be controlled when it thrc.itcn- lo AKpecU. preparation, palatabllit>
overrun everything else. < attractlvcnoss, and clfmale too
It likes phade and moisture, bul all play a part in eating habits.
will grbW In quite poor soil.
i.\ ten Ml a characteristic
which must be watched however,
as sometimes .t will revert back
to a coarse straight leaf uutead
of the rt. rther. leaf
It should be. This should be
watched for, and the onVndlnK
leaf cut out. If this is not done,
the whole fn n may in time revel only to the Ni
back to a coalite conunon I>tii- Ret irnlng %
Sonw achieve a npe old age
Site of then pOOT ehoice of food.
lers by austerity. Longevil,
has been often attained in Eng-
land on a heavy, riih diet of meal
antTpuddingh. The Chinese peas-
ant who use. meat and eggs
sparsely, largely as a flavouring.
has an expectation uf life second
v ZeaUnder
the pi ilii.i
Baby's Breath look* lovely in a West Indies am! Barbados in pai-
H-vk Garden plgOl tU PS. pCtllai. It is well nigh Impossible
Coleus and S ngle BaUai.i make undei the condition* of climate
cot 1 1 when tnd "'her factors influencing pro-
plaotad in between. Iductlon. lo visualUk; that adc-
AiiothcT useful plant In have Is quah nutrition can be maintained
the Inntf coarse lem Pa- too on 0 3 acre per person In nth*-
lake- ., Iqiu lune lo sl-rt hut once word, we must convnue to n -
established it spread rapidly, port food or starve With ihe
once it is given shade and mois- population steadily Increasing
ture. The coarse /em Is useful and no room for further expan-
In tall vii.se with long sprays of slon ef staple industries to pay
flowers. for such imports hunger may not
This fern is ,ilo propagated by be round the corner, bul certainly
root division. nil far away.
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INDIANS MAKE W.I. EAT
HUMBLE PIE
I Look At The lt.(,.Jnimiiia Tour
Us 11. a ini'Pis
Yesterday's Cricket HOW GOOD IS TULYAR?
Hy 111 Hth IE
RATHFK iianlclaill morning that I would
have to write tome note* for to-day's column. As a matter of
1 last Sun-
WILL1 .wthout any official toe-
has come to Barbados thai il>e
(Teat Indies Is "on". If Uw
at hedging and blundernj*. other
rumour, of hide and ^oek1 in tj
1 West Indies cricket, well thu. 11 the ft a
Rumou! has succeeded rumour that the Indi..
Cncfcei Board <( <" STEADY rid a turning wicket accounted
Ml by lunch time at the hands n at the Bay ywtarday, Despite CoUege>*g lots,
ffC)d lO ii-tuin to the v.i'k.l n, onltf
to Wipe Pi! Ihe necessary rum w.M IK '-,(< Ben Battle informed me that he had already written in last Sun-
w cket on dol * p-pw. "xt* kind "* > rcU,rn bul muat
Roy Ma. ran T. N. ball ....... traaa the * 1 had set -cud .t before he mentioned it.
four wickets for 39 twice late cut him for a brace ""narks a little premature. He in a far better position than I to
three for Mre^pecUvely -ad a four, and again pulled him Judge local form for th* forthcoming meeting and 1 hope to preva.l
LowlerT to l-le *"ckets off the back foot for another two "P" h"" lo continue -t least until this fixture is concluded,
were Fnr Atki; -" in
Mill who 80 minutes,
took one each. Two fours by McKenzie off ,
My visit to the track yesterday was very pleasant Indeed after
nx months' ab*ence. The feeling of being back home was made all
the
1 enjoyable by the numerous words of greeting I received
1 did miss a few old familiar ones however among both
nan and beast. In spite of all the grand racecourses I have seen
l my trip the little Garrison Savannah is still not without Its charms.
udden duck under
of the ring searching desperately fo
1 1 shall tnerefore take the advice of
'" &!&^.nX^^^D.wiK$ "say* g ajc** "^ ~ *s^>s~
of the West Indies later this year that it was the concensus of opinion tm* uno lr United 21 Other Bowen had him caught by K. E.
West Indies Cricket Board of Control, would of necessity find 00'1 supporting innings wen- Walcott fi.-Mm,: abeH on the
themselves unable to enter! > wal requests for varlatj 1 ) Hewitt 23. and Skipper wicket.
"'' .MAKKIJ. ,S*F.GARD r*"-!J n-d .,,. nSSS JZ I S . * *
|N addilion lo .hi, the Indian CAM Board of Control h.d ahown * '>* "1 for aco. Pcup, Hutchinann .no "*> "fijg , \"C\."L
.teavws sss-sss a &ftsrLMi varMsVirs ;s? m,hi mi *-co,umn w,ui *vrew' n
circles that of a truth lh* Indtaiu ... ..Mh their many 'umed with their scores at 2 attack at the Weymoulh end. After "' iuiyar.
international commitments this year si ..<,& to wiggle out ;,nd 10 respeetivelv. With the '". more overs by H->wcn. H.-tm-
of IMI iixiiu. with Hip Weal li total nl M, Fteter was out to .1 Sd IVi>i>> HuU-hin-
I m still ol Unit optOJoC Bt the West Indies crickr-t catch bv Pre in- " 8-vr ii difficult chance
" the usual Intarvh a re it*, sra seeking to inform us that Atklnwrn's bowling. Six runs C\ Wolcott at Silly mid-off.
the tour will still the Board of Manage- Liter, Mr is nut However, In lbs Ml
ment of the Barbados Cricket Association has had the 'guts' to point caught by R. Lawless
F"^!***..??*rd..0? .9ontC?1 ,n.'l MJishaU's bowling for 8* runs, struck the bottom'1
I should imagine that it difficult for the racing world outside
In ci Britain to imagine Tulyar as anything but the greatest race hon*
of all time that has ever been produced in that country. He was
ne jnboJ,,n this season, his victories included the Derby. St. Legcr, King
ft> leg, the ball c,eork'c v' all*l Wuevn EUzabeth Stakes and the Eclipse Stakes, and he is
1 edaW of ti hat n?W. KrcaU?*! tal(' winner by a colossal margin over the last holder
out respectfully to tlio West Ind __
&?g J^"*'"Sf""_ h'd. ; wrthoutDanyUlao and want straight"bssW"uJu7 &Q*&J22**2* 1&* n^isrnalhr asghltsh,
h^tii^?rttS!a^S?n' T rno",rt1b* #V to *" lntrreoh.ni.1 tnur st. ,,.. Allen. was adjured bowltrt hand Marshall joined ,,IS m5rk fls lon *> >8W.
between Trinidad and Barbados that would have the Imnunse attntc- ,ulu; of MnV ley befori to tha Williams.
Bui ln Britain itself it was not until Tulyar had won the St. Leg,
Four were out for M, and still mat the racing journalists and critter -
d Barbados that-would hav
:', bados, BtOllmayi ,| Ramadhin being seen In action
"GRAPK VINK" KAIHO SAYS TIH H IS "ON
STRANGE now that the grape vine radio has announced that
tour is "en". The West Indies Cricket Board of Control pr
release weeks ago but this has not materialised and all the West
rrlckat public outside of Trinidad havi ,,0011 is the trip-
that is squeezed out of interviews in loco.
The WeM inrh. ,.< Control
ing $144,000 out at cricket funds on this"tour to bring the
Indiana here, Sun matter for ,! hush-hush policy as 1 am
sure, like every Other thinking West Indian thai thev iire going to
LOSE MONEY The Indians have been playing possum and should
have been tohi 1 ago
Instead .( th.il th. We*: (muss Cti.ket Board of Control, minus
:he Barbados ek sten humble pie and to have
been begging with hats in their hands for an Indian tour ln order that
i thes hould be kbta to l<>" >. t.am that Is their inferior
in International 1
SBUECTOB8 HAVE SKPAKATKD
i TV) ado lo Uk In ties Cricket Board
0t Control do? Thaj mat In Trinidad. UNOFFICIALLY before
' going on to British Oulana to watch the BG.-Jamaica tour the
to choose a captain for the Indian tour.
u* Is not likely to materialise and the.
I Ir plans (or departing; to their own lands and they said so.
FoUowlnJ anes the unofficial news that the Indian
tour, which to BU Intents and purposes was i>n".
This means that the captain will not have seen the Jsa
team in action against British Guiana, neither will the sele. I
ascend to come, will >e

HKAKSAY "II KMGN |t.\N(iKR(HS
THE West Indk 1 ,ls past have suffered from 11 n
hearsay pah PJarrOW A
the 139 tour ..
nnd vir had a ready-made passenger for the tOUl
m from Canada for the lour to India In l4ii
.mil uMr wh in. ids i< ksssaujei
If the In ehanneliuit the whole affair into the rrxln
of thf comedy then 11. ; n-member that West Indie-
11 uitch status wai
hat can now bt ty in a spate of.
Simmon:
uned Hewitt
- came out with any definite
Carlton were 12 runs short of opinions that he was really a great one. Even now opinion seems to
tf that th. ^"^."oS Z S"iSS """""' >" *** A tour ' >"dcd on ,u how h, compa.e, with the S hSSST o
bowUnJ tor 14 w 111.. n?lil '" "" '""|-"'>1"'' boundry by Jcpail;_M"rc."'."a"h' ^ ,ra""-'/ 'd to r.lc him not a, hi,l,-
VM !.> S; iH? I i ui"m """> "BOOflM" Willi.ims r^lucvd the [> ,W|ndor Lad. whom he trained to win the Derby and St Lnei
1 ttWMB? 1,^,1^ .h,a"'l,."""i"Cd "mr. '"'"" i!^' ,,kC T"""r- "'"<" S,""k * ""'' K5S U. a hiiTIcV
TIC 11.IK IilTlllllI I111I iif'i"!- Kl> i(iLii.i.....l .. > ...... thlo enai.i- i.n.4 .^.1 ...I-___I- (it... __ m- T.
Ihif
il.'.'.'i"? bU' """,h,'t ,ll,,nl^l RarriTwu using a limilar neld "|U "'"" ""' n"y de WlndaorLad, V3 Barha7n tolhi Si
nposed lo be ipend- 1, J '." """ "',?* "! remm- to EowW,. Two silly mid offa. a }?'** >J' '"'f wh'cn "' the three he thuuu Ihe best. 11.
Ins baUmen could only add 20 ,|ip. .hn aiUly point rover and ho'cv". lvr Tu1*" the h:heal mark., for temperament,
between them artii the etm lumai t
' ,aa far (rain comfortable ed'ged . J"", ownH 'nprMaion. of Tulyar arc very limited. 1 mlawd Iha
oite pan the slip th 1,1 (r a gf^by by day When he waa racing and winning the King (Jeorg..
i.p II. Id for a vi and Queer, Ell^lh SlaKes agad ihc Eclipse Stakea. I w'aa awiv
at the end of the over Ml the parade ring at IJoneaster fell considerably short of what one
Mmns -I Zu^v,s- ,,;....." ""V inia"nc a uTdcr hrt ? '"k ,lkc (it <'' ""I been
. n ,h*' "'" *.*"' '<"'K enSugh to know that horses do not run on
The Interval found Williams un- looks only. The Trump. <,,e ol A,.Mr..l,,'s grentct was a runt Bu
I have mm pictures of Ormorde and Barham and I am sure that
flesh they would have rilled my eye. In fact. Alcinus, the
I-.tiked as I should imagine Ormonde
The queen's Gay Time was another of out-
between them and
Innings closed with the Score at '
140. niving Wanderers 16 i
make for victory.
Istfen entered upon
easy task around 3.15 and
mplishod it by scorii _
the loss of Billy Know!,
which fell when he was out
caught by Simmons off Foster's
.'ling for 11 luw Evelyn and d,.f',
.!!?? 4 not oul- tlv
On resumption skipper Walcott Boussac entrj In lh.
shifted isowen hack to the Lake would have looked.
end> bringing Harris on I. Samuel Griffith bowled
the first over, a maiden. In order Tulyar looked well prepared with little surplus if any about him
CARLTON |ga ^^ |3S '"! W switch over, and He has a longl*h neck, is bay or brOWo end generally speaking i.
SPAHTAM (for S deel'd) !>0 Bowen s,'nl down maiden. dlfflCuJt to fault in his confirmation. His quarters arc those of tns
C. B. "Boogies- Will,.in- played "m- batsmen look sharp singles noyer and he stands I should imagine around 1S.2 or 15.3. He wag
what was easily the best Inning* ?'"' Wllllum' crashed Bowen as much concerned with what was going on around him as he might
of his career when he scored 56 "In"""1 Ih*' covers for 4 to livers have been laznc armnd in his private paddock.
runs out of Carlton's second in- U|) tht' *:,me btI Williams batted
nings total ol 130 for his team to w',fl E'eat concentration, and ""s alr ' complacency he maintained until he was led down
draw their mato'i with Spartan at "teered the game admirably. He *tralSht In the parade before the raoa. Then as his lead rein was
yueen's Park. Carlton in their played every bail on its merit, detached and Smirk gathered him up for the canter back to the
llrsl inning- scored 1B and Spar- 'Inl Indeed it seemed as If nothing s,arUnS B^te. he immedtatcly became more business like,
tan replied with 260 for 9 de- could get him out. The score
clared. Carlton in their second mounted to 90 and every run
scored 130. was hard fought for.
bowling
I). Lawless knockt.i
lid. 'fouiicd number of runs to give
Wanderers vntoij b)
ickcts.
SPARTAN vs. CARLTON'
.
The description of the race ia a matter of well known history
and although 1| was rwlher misly 1 still managed to follow the field
Spartan declared Hie, am THj Bngrlu "bowling was wl,n J"*' glussis fglrly well. 1 picked him out in the middle of the
v-eck inninga of 260 for 9 closed toady and alwaya on the apot. !'""_." ,,h,ty. rLa,'"c '"}" 1^ "l't,'h. Ulln Alcinus still leading, but
It looked to me aa "if the further the race went, tho further away
he would have continued lo go.
". -- t^fT ,ne '''^a waa accompl^iicl almost as la/.ly as the day al Aacot after
. ? Dul Bowen iho King George VI und Queen Elizabeth Stakea when Prince Alt
,... '' .;'. ?nd .,,x Khan waa forced to drag him into the unaaddling enclosure.
aecond chill ujry of liiil'cletenriTna- "" fMUmptlon yesterday, sending and their fielding waa of a very V.l*!'.'"!?'. U'0"J'"" W'"'" ","' '"" fc'" '"rlongs remained to be ruK
grn. oeiermin., |hc B1>ck Ri|ck (Mm ^ ^ ^^ ^^ sUin||.|rd i a vei> ,,,, GBy Tlmc w>, ,|v go(ng to (|(, an<| when heard ^
I wa rested in the Jamalea-Brlti.li ,or lnc Mtond lime wlUi a de- '',' ""i companion, in the Press box exclaim "Tulyar's bMten" 1
Culann Tel. live eond I..... rta .1 ..I hid.....,.w lak.ng v"k1 ,n ,fc <' "- W"h ""' s< ' 5. F""* '!?"h<," wa l"'"M ln bj so. But the word, were no .ooner
llntiah Guiana. 1 was i^uharlv Bland in thai I was fortungte lus:i The P-",rk """' enjoyed an early K,n n at the Lake end. "'" '"n "g %"'" "","" "< Smirk pulled him
k In Jamaica in early 15: auccess when in the third over of u"d nlmoat had Marshall caught ""* "J"1 then, awung to Ihe ouUiar. After that he really got going
D llntiah Guiana in Inle 1051 well the day. and only 5 runa on the "h?" un the wicket, the ball i'1;'""""5;*""" '"ck out thai neck and race away from them.
tins Frank King had Reynold '""ng luat short of Keith Walcott. SJ^fiLW ""' "Ky^l11 *?"". " ">al way to see him race In vain.
IN A GOOIl POSITION Ilulchinaon by the l.b.w. route for At the end of the over King's
I T W"-'- '" '"' '' -' '"" '"'"' I " >' ""he wlckel was easy naced VrlXS' l'wlckc?' m"U"m-
ins Ks^rutlrurton wtdM nan bul TrioraMurn and Miller whom I tipped J"'uKnl into ihe attack, g. K. wefe out for m as beina a useful the first place and a J-owen om the Lake end and N. scored 7, and Carlton were 48 rung As he disappeared from view I thought to mvself 'Well how
medium paced bowk the second pi nee s.-em lo have "li f,'om ,ho 'her. ahead with 35 minutes left for good is he?" Was I pmU> luckv ehouan tu have "sven'thc horse of
ina. Miller has been l;owlin T^ batsmen were unhurried. Play and 4 wickets stondlnx. "ne century win his last'elossic? Oi had 1 itiM seen I irood one
Olid batUn Qul ma. Thev are bn-h youtijj play- no In 10 nver-. there were 6 Williams, bent on having a go. wining frorn three-year-olds of a mediocit.
en and both TnorboUrn end Miller ptajred their lli-l IntercofonlsJ mauens. and 9 runs scored. Tho cover drove iltmen for 4 but In
lournament an.,,,,.-, Jamaica Am half hour had yielded only the last ball of the over, he was These thoughla eonlmued ,n m. mind long after the race and in
ately run out for 56. ihe train back to London I confided them to Frank llarvcv of the Sun-
wn for 126. and day Despalch Ife had been a racing Journalist for oicr 30 yeara
NOT ENTBBTAINING * ^SSii SjiS. SSS^^J -."^Kr^XSi^
APPAMNTW hi innl .ni.-it.unmg enough for some He was also spinning It quite a leg before, rod ,. seemed Bj if late hasnl h. And he has Won more money than nnv othe^horae'
rorKennj WIsharLoni of the aunouiiccrs. Those 'ot; nnd Iwwied with tw< abort Spartan would have a few min- "*ut the seeds of doubt were obviously still In Mr Harvev's mind He
who can remember Wlshart'i perl ban can testify to 5llJL.ml II in In- Innings hen 6> people like Tim WUn 2*on U** t"1*- he B01 CeUgW m the slips off a bouncer |o*d him that Prince Aly Kh.tn had been quoted as saying that Tulyar
lunny HuTl< ol Empire in their Lucas caught at one of the Silly imni King at 3.10. and the lead wou,d run next season again in the King George VI and Queen Elfru-
flelds by Clyde Walcott. Lucas was 57. Burke the last man was h^h Stakes and also the Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe, he said: "w.-U WO
have to see how he does against the four-yenr-olds and the
Thorhoiirn scored !*a in tin-
-
mi- Urns,
TIC 10.
I tor imii | ana o i obviously toon Bowen was
5[>ot, and
unfortu
quick In finding a Seven
1 tunes beat both it was K\
/\of Ihe a
i.nr- frbo es
tl i fss U
Tarilton. Teddy Hoi
moat rest i
I am glad thai .
of tow to fogtand ad another to AustraUi i>- hind Mm has*had the Walcott a high easy catch
strength of charailei to show West III hould learn to RaxIralni-H
,"1"1 lu' '"' Should li- ..bio lo hold m end up for a loiut ThP nr,lTiTr S5*l Mh. 71 w.i
rorin, Ihcy are t.^.akc ^*<^;'^ ^cX^i SSS fA -2S ttJf SSgffll KS
^ J00."".1 W2 R to erase the dafldt, Williams by Q. Bowen. Spartan were left
Hurl-
look like wiper*.
man like Alan Kae who baj
had the experience cut against the spin and gave in.
nd King sent througli
bumirf-r. Burke cutting the next !h-e-year-olds." Tulyar. of rourse. has already at three years old
ball for a single. beaten the four-years-old. It now remains to be seen if he can bent the
---------------------------------------- as v ww ^a^^ #a 44 aiv wa a a^a- aa
three-year-olds when he turns four and has to give them weight.
hjj : 'ial
IcftCl. K.i
break the back <>r lbs Brlna* Oulana howling attack
ln| renecUop "t ibis einUiveswiil.
<; NEW BALL BOWI.KK
IN si 1 tkmhkic las) yeai I n "aVuleer" Thomas moke good use
of the new ball in Um rsnereloplnloa
that he should open. But i see thu i even wiih the rxperksnea of the
Harbados tour behind them thai British Oulana did not even play
him in the first game and brought him on as llrsl change In the second
game.
must have improved i,,.,
beyond his wildest dreams t<> ! able to handle a new bait
year of our Lord ' i Thomas.
YAK \\\s TOW"
Vai.k.ntink. rnom f---- have secorded me the honour of being dso
first to sing his praises alter his I for 121 in his first Intercolonial
ournameni m Truudad bi IM0, proved to u- ihe world bowler that I.
Joined McKenzie who was very with 10 minutes to get 70 for
restrained and twice Bowcn's lory, nnd the match ended
well Righted leg breaks left him out further play
groping down the wicket as the e> On Page 5
Vlf-
I would not be surprised. If among the great, Tulyar is Anally
ranked on the same rung of the ladder as the very horse from whom
he lifted the record as the greatest money winner in British TTuf
ith history. Of Isinglass the late Alfred Watson wrote: "He was one of
Ihohe horses of whom it is said that they would 'make a race with ..
donkey;' he accomplished what was necessary, but wasted no exertion."
,, 1>''',i" Willett, writing in Facing Review for Scptcnber this year
great y in the minority though he was before ln> lour to England. says: "Like Blue Peter and Alycldon and many other good horses
lair* V i damage on the ultra perfect and honest Bourda Tuly-ir does not exert himself more than necessary. In U.e hackneyed
cket at first but as soon as the wicket showed the slightest signs of phrase, 'he would make a race of it with a donkey Those words
-human he had the B G. batsmen in trouble. Hern written with a space of some M years between them. I find U
i preicr to treat the scores made by the B.G. batsmen from its more than passing strange that they should be written of the two
perspective rather than the n ,, tamed against horses who r* the two greatest money winners. It is also of Interest
the hand alt. i hand bowling which the Barbados selectors sent down t<> note that Isinglass was beaten once in a dozen starts. So far
[here last year Tulyar has been beaten once and that was last year in his first race as a
i'tlc we in these parts are learning to appreciate and two-year-old. Istiuflaai won CS7,teB in stakes. Tulyar's record ao
ricket an it should be pi far is upwards of 77,000.
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER H, 1K2
SUM 1\ ADVOCATE
PACE I iv i
Jamaica Score 517 RunsFor 6
Bon it to, Binns
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET
PICKWICK Vk. Utl'lKL Aoal Huloer piuvvd the must
'ne Pick w.cA-Empire match - m*uutuve mi iar lor me day.
me Oral, although piunuaing an Homer took uc wicsets oi
cxcitaif Onuh, petauad out into Murme and Taylor wuuu m.
a tame draw. Clairmome DePeua Foster waa run out lur two. lajaQr
brightened tba day a cricket, in a made lour but Worrae did 001
old to Jain an outright victory open hi* account, io alarms* lav-
for rut team, he scored a force- uvrtiad .-..
'ul W. iium baniaa lb* artaaM .ma iook
Pickwick Mwuxvtl lu -i ""'inn ........
puau iron the match. lUruSS resssro Iron Mforsne.
Jordan, the Pickwick alow bowl- Pickwick M-.nrea at Uwu
r. demanded the respect ol all lumrieou total oi lit lor seven
the Empire balamen with the ex- WMkitta J. Ciievmdgc two and *..
cepuoii of the tactful DePeiu. Ho-u svven. both not out
Forty To Try
For Rocktey Team
B, HAKVEV
foHj golfers will W R.
ihe lumiuig for place* on the
Hock ley team that will joutoj
to SC Andrew*, Trinidad. M
defend the fctWlBtyfa Memorial
Oct 1H Cup "rl-v ln Feb""U7. a* the
J.m..c. sp*m upthtt day al the wickeU and a. cto. *'. <"* ^rdm*"'
oi play had 51, (Of >ix wickets. A record breaking fourth me standing-, on the
wicket partnership of 28.1 b> Neville Honitto and Alfie '
BtaUM was the feat hit oi the second day's play against
British i lui.m.i
In
Hit Centuries
(Knini Our Own Curmpondent)
GEORGETOWN. BG.,
.'$ Grenadians
day which started ___
.. .iving continued until well past the
Jordan finished the day with the Kinpiru I8u run* io make in an luncheon interval with axtnmeh
brilliant analyiia of seven overs, i'ur UN miiiuice lor victory slow batting but which rose to .. *" \Y/.-* .1.,-.., I ,
two maldena, 40 runs, six wicket* Alter lunch J By nor and S. crescendo of free hitting with ilu \Jil W UlilWUrCIb
On the first day ol the game Ituddcr opened im kutpuv vouthful Blnm punishing all bowl- , -
jjjj-5 sssa ., Cricket Team
His tnnlngv in-
cluded three
lualy sixes and
Pickwick scored 203. Empire re- Second Innings. H. Jordan opened
plied with lag on the following the attack for Pickwick. Three
Saturday. When the game re- runs were scored oS this first
eumed yesterday the Pickwick over, j. Grccnidge bowled the
Second Innings stood at 17 with- "xl ov" lrom Ul* souuiem end.
out loss. Pickwick took their Tnis yielded four runs. In Jor-
ecore to 131 before declaring at u*" *""* ov"r h* ciean bowl'
lunch. lQ ""<<>"
The Bank Hall team was given "*
WCll IliglltAM
an hour and 45 minute' in which Tno itmPu"e
rrieket was
loose fielders
*"*" iii
itoui h''
11< >n. U
total stood at
to'score the" Itu'nu^Tiacaedloi *V tor oam wU**t wn*u c
victory but fell short of the mark "**** jMiuierea j. Bynoc.
by 47 rung 1 ^ &nt ball of Jordan I _^^^
Edwards and C. Greenidge re. third over he clean bowled Bynoe ^ ^T I the crowd egged
sumed the Pickwick second with another good ball. Empire i b| nJV nun on wim ir..i,-
innlngs with the score 17 without total was now ten runs for two BW J. ". ,'.,
loss. Edward, seven and Gram- wurkeUw ^^^SsUmhi ?^
idge tight. When the total waa W. Grant nlled the breach. He .OMrri. rhinees .^ t
tt Edward, w.. run out after and lX-lv.za .mmedjately began Rni JSXgTuSuyte
adding only five runs to his over tu hustle for runs. i>e Peiza es- .should have been well past hit-
B"J1ft. ueclally placed his strokes beau- double century with a bit more rn-
T. S. Birkett partnered Oreen- mully. He quickly passed the terprising batting
idge. Both batsmen were play- quarter tvntury mark. The total British Guiana started off en-
ing quite confident. At 67 Pick- 1SC to 7i in 40 minutes. IX-Heiia touragmglv with quick Wkfcal
wick encountered another set- reached his half century with a off Gaskln when Prescott In an at-
back. C. Greenidge. who was ^ placed shot off the bowling tempt to turn him down through
facing pace bowler Barker play- f e. u g Hoad for two run*. 'he leg trap gave a comfortable
out for 22, adding 14*run. to his HoUce ^ wcnt ,n b,Ul wo"
over week total. bo***0 m e ov (' lw^
W Greenidge was next nut to runs. Conrad Huntc partnered
bat. A few minutes later Pick- Grant At 4 4& Empire raaonea
wick lost another wicket when the century mark. Grant was
Birkett narrowly escaped being DOt out and Empire now reached
run out. The total was only five BO in 50 minutes. Shortly alter-
short of the century when Olivei wards Huntc gave Winston Green-
Fields, who was brought on at idge an easy catch off the bowl-
tbe southern end in place of my of Edwards. He made IS.
Barker, beat Birkett with one of Drayton went ln but before
his deliveries I>epeirj. stumped opening his account, he lifted the
while Birkett was out of his ltali , give Charlie Taylor an
crease. Birkett made 45. a~ catch. With only two run*
With the total M foi three. .,aded to Ihl. Empire total, A. a binns
M. Foster purtnered W. Oreen- (! ,*_ WBS ,UKht by. E. Ho*d off ng with little
ge Greenidge began to attack ^ ^ ^? Jora*nn for two Scarlett before
the Empire bowling. He scored
this .ve ntld. hi, ond wick- >lump wrr. dijwn. Th. Impln-
,, ,1 ,.,, fatal mo then 133 tot seven wlc*-
durik Tajlop flllrt the hcMch. rU with Grantand Field. S7 and
The followlnB over, bowled by
ST. OIXIKGL5. UO. 1*.
Three Liieit.a. vlKKelera ha.v
Km* later this month.
Several new name, will be
added fo the ladder on Nov. 1
and these, along with those
.> heady listed, will have tare.
months in which in climb high
enough to gsin places on the
team, which will Iv chosen on
the basis of the standings on Feb
1. 1051. On the surface onlj
four or Sve players appear ear*
t un of their positions around the
'p. and as the team probably
will consist of twelve men there
should be a wild scramble
impugn the months ahM
< 'naming places.
OCT. 19
NO. 246
The Topic
of
Last Week
the greater part Tn* """ l*wreiioB Fletcuu
of the day in his J*"nea i'Ox ) JoniiiKi and Ton. ...
shell. At one time ''.''ni who have joined lha n> has
under of the Wiudwardu te-ia
Si, Lucia.
f,nijng
U. CoL Ceoiineli
mark.
Binns and
Bonlttn took the
OOn from 213 to
496 when BUuu
mistimed Hill in
hla effort to drive
through the cov-
an and gave Lex-
lie Wight ,m-
fitiif-i I i in n I >
catch. That &anit
over Hill who
was brought into
the second match
to strengthen the
bowling, but who
so far was bowl-
MaoatJt, bowled
he was off the
Lh-Ool
< liille C'lui' yvsU-idav
veiling to qualify lunisclf for Uu
lals m the Tninu-iter tup. Th.
"idiiioiis were good alUiough
ittle hazy.
The results of the first sixteen
nosen axe n follows:
Lt Col. l uunell .........
Maj. A. S. Warron......
T. G McKinstry........
P. A. Cbeeunan
De Vertui-ii
1. A. L. Roberta.
l'-C. O. SI. ,-.,;
G. E. Man..
Caul ('. II Wan.*.
L. W. IIass* (
Maj. J. Griffith
F. D. Oav^
Capt. S. WeaUVarhead-
W. A. Richardson
H O. Browi^
G. E. PUarim.....
1)5
94
94
93
93
93
93
93
93
90
90
90
90
90
"he current Ladder compel)-
D, With prizes foi the plaj.i
the tup and iin- player who
wad* moat progreM. since
ilv 1. will end on Nov. 1. at
which time the additional entries
will be included. Among those
uxptvted to compete through the
November-January period who
are not now listed are P. D.
WDcrmotl, L. J. Maskell, Peter
Grate Donald Campbell, as well
a N. S. Atwell. Dorian Cole ami
offrey Manning, who, although
not active In addition
players as Fi.ink Vf.^an.
i. K Hunle and Roy Wilson are
expected to return ftom abroad
i gel in Ihe struggle foi
I ices in the top twelve.
With less than | foiling).t lo
go, thtf current Ladder xtnnd^ at
follows:
N.. I It Vi.|ln,-i
N 1 Colin B*vlr>
N. V-J. OTJ Bub
No 4
Id bon uf planninf
And miinon* wlH M
In tear wards f mi ,
rtl ll.il, vr... Mill (,#
IBKI IBM 1MMH HIM
IS Uk. .! .1. TMopW-
> liu-trur couUliit I* V" THRf r. tf \k ** V/IMCI
MS .
SCORE
> respectively.
BOARD
Miller in not out and Bnnlt'n
191 not out played out time
Jaaa.tr> l-t IBalBft
I Bonitio < Piir.tiSMti b Oakln 4
* Rj. c (;-..' I b H >t im l
I TlmibouMi l-hri.U.ni b (lo.Mii. td
Bsaltl" rwt out ifli
I Ppl , I WI(1>1 li (i.-fcn. i-
/ "Htm. f I. WHM > Hill ISI
I! Scar It'll l Mill -
II MIIU
' I
If
(ouioi . w*N its at; a*
COLLrxiC IS* and. i*'
WAJVOEHXRS lot vr*U. dt SSS
and tor 1 wlcliat '
COUJCGg IND 1NNTNC.S
E. Hop* c H Lawleas b
R. Uirtha'l ..... IS
H Mhxrl. c K-ralyt. b B H-raha" IT
M Kawltl c E Alklnaoa b
L. St Rill
O roatar c Provarba b
g. Alkln-oci S
Mr Haadh-y c B LawiSM 0
A A't* 1-h.ar b R. Maraftall 0
M -tanuvon. t- W K Knowl-a b
D Atklrwon
D Wll'lama c k b T. N Plerc* 14
O'lSltn atpo Kntl#t b.
| Ruddn
( DfPrm
Jordan
.. a
II K.n b Jottl
C Hunla c W
AN.M V'.V.
tpd Sui Taykl
lor 1 1 (>
r 4 io. na I f. m. h let
KoWMMti ANALYSIS
QMkln

: hflBtSI
:. wisnt
I-,..,,.
I etaaud
(HI*.
. ra-ii
Advocate Team
Play Jstandard
A CRICKET match will be play-
t a between Standard and AdvocaU
.'lutiiig learn at Orange Hill, St.
.lames today and next Sunday 26th
The leuns are as follows.
Adveratr: K. Austin. V Clement
'Capt), C. UaiUltbl. T Hinds. E
tans, n Ottoo. H i aU, L
riiumpkoii. t want C. Clarke.
t Harewood and C. Dowru-h.
SUndard: F Headley (CapLJ,
i Denny, G. Coullhru*t, S. Lavine,
W. Nurse, 11. Wilson, H. Goodrldge.
S. Hinds. L. Thompson, A. Parris
iind A. Brathwaita.
i\etbali
In a nelball fixture betweeu a
. Un
Nlbl.,k
A Uaiua'iila
No t p.. tii.ind Norrli
Nt. Il-E iMiiim
N u Jahn Oiaca
Ha. ISatanuin Taveln
No isJanw. luiliaaii
Will Gupnum
No IS David Parclval
No 11-A W Tama**
No. IS Victor Hunt.
KO It II V Ki.il
N J'i K"illi M ..[i'
No II >' Ha.tham
No. SS Inirt Dansan
- a MM BM iu.i. t, |t
man in MM rtr^
all dunk Toa Sail.
ialnr tut Inufllna'
PNe nun la mad* .hi! h.
Liid bo)i lha pnra of
fill tnaha a lion ararv
Ladies' Matches.
During the past week saveral
aullengv BUfa lies were played
D the LailiCi-' Ladder only one
i itillcnger managed lo advance.
That was Mrs. Wylie, who turned
In a spectacular 43 for nun hole.
. id displaced Mrs. Tappro, Mr.
\'ulmor made a bid for Uu lop
I isilion with a tliallenge to Mrs.
Witaon. bul three-putted
Hie last green and was tinned
back, one down. Miss Fayd
Atwell bIm .'t.iiiHt.-i. tii move
up, but tan into a much Improved
Mrs, Manning and failed.
The only maU-h among the men
..as between E A. Benjamin and
Ian Nil.lock, which the laller
won, holding his position.
The standing of the Ladies
TOVIdf ut iii.il ol rratoi.
A-d a. o* iloat foroaUM
Wha know 'boul hungry pniplr
.id tr.ir.tx bnv. at nlM
Mho ka*w a pan m*n'i waok da>-
A-a a.ri.>n n.-ni iimp nrh
i, a a/lai s... Sai
IS-.I proplr
l| i.i ii>aii>ii
oint vul and taka vour ((and
*rd otl Ha. l .a.....I.
I 1 liat aii.it d.airo> oiu- land
.Uu lm ui.. CUWoStaa *
I l*iu tliaw tin- ! lo"
| a'Ke*a ttiiig all tlw lilaaalna
t Ta-d-> ina B-|-n otw o
I l IxlUn tlaad
i Ho'i awot. half Marvrd and homrl*a
Sron uiutartod ^ t
M, Wlllnag r inoir money
la Oil- may x>und quiw wan
i lir .III! Ha* htadaohan
kcepf,t.
w? .
< atrt lakor'
Vim V* to lalan ton
Vm bo i pita im iwa >'
To (*d but full cow ^ a
i a M IS moro " _
yon thouahl Ihlnas ora aU Im
WMI b>.a Uilk ' K!"*?'""'"
Who UilraU mow.
\ BSSSM lamiite* tofew KMCV a
tail "1 : -int. rcfi-cshing
* i tic corrcenvt
moat ofu* need to keep ih m 1 NO S ; ,
uitablc lor children-and u.iii> n..iiudili.ari- itonu I
safely rclicvc% over aciiluy, a m t freuueot cause ol inJipntion,
heartburn and flatulence. It soot] m i letUtsthc Homhtjptfl by
uosuitsHcloodotdri:ik. A .. > I v>'
sparkling, invigorating hcilth-Jnnk. Keep i-NO'S handy I
uon ol the vi-siung Carlb iJiddar. which mos
T N Pl4ft
A Haawll
C Row <
T. N Pierce
. S
Ml..hall b
Total ilot 7 wkla.t
B.C. Kacing
li.in Oar Oaa 1 artaioaadaaS
Results of Saturday's Racing in
British Guiana are h l
in km. -iMti- i an..
I iHAt KTlt JACK N-lrtt 111'
2 rAIMUM iRackhr* MS)
1 eiNACUK tO'NMI IU>
Ta. I iniiiula *S I anda.
i uu... II.tMiit \r II ki livt,-
i uoiJir-N AnJtow tOoam imi
HXISIiiS laitcbmaii ITT
i.iiiiJN tStnab HSi
4 gAJirtK CLOUD iGonaalrf
i:
HtMID r
III At K -niAIXJW ((.linn I
2 MBBCMUII1A i|'Nr.l IH.
.< Mii.l.tuNAIftE ilaiichu
1 AUCTION iiHIIM.t. tuonaawi li
Tlmo: nilnuU. JO.l "!" '" HANOMArI MILS
i uALNorr in n-ii im
i WooUWOHKtll < "oralw.w IHi
Bears team at St. Barnabas on
Friday evening, the alalvern JNet-
.ali Club suffered tneir Brat oe-
leat when they were baati-n
74. for the Bear*. A. Cumbei-
batch who represented the visit-
ors, scored four ol the goals and
Captain Hisiop thiee. E BriBI
id N. Cumhenateh ware U..
for Malvern, scuruig ora
oe respectirely.
follows:
No
Nlriida Wllxin
rii..l*"i Vrttntti
Umr-ii llrailr-
K-.lah Kn
I'OSSY Small
Katy Qran
'inla Hadntvr
V. . kUnnln*
l r>r Alwal)
is,
sponsored" by
J & R BAKR1ES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blendere of
j & R RUM
Eno's
4 Fruit Salt'
*fefe>
in. i iixi
m i owmi %
M IHMK.l I |
-us mi ipai H,
su nu -.m s.y
iMil..l.\MO.*l, aat.
.Said in bnllti't /or
hi ffla)) fl *'Sltn<-*M.
..APPY Relief.
FromBackache
nfaiahbour itod Tsfcs Oooa'i PlHi"
W/HY PU*1 UP *nh ncedlcis
rt dit.iinii"ri tiuin bscSathe,
mi, lumbago, .ml,
i and touiia 01 ilie
_ jry tliaorderi due io
Uuggiih kidney aviiun when >ou
nighi gei hsppy relief.
Many ihrussnds of betllhy
Kple blcsi ihe day they 'ook
isn'i Badut.bc Kidney I'iU*.
Tim well known diuretic sad
urinary sntitcpoc hrlpt tluggiih
kidney, to I rry out ihcir functioa
:.--i 11 <....... ids
800 and other impuritic. hafmSsl
bi healih. (irafeful people, every-
alirrr. fr.t.mm.iid llttan't Pill* te
their frienda and neighboi
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Why docs Hercules chromium
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lustre in sny climate ? The
kill and care of the HcrcuJcA
engineers is the secret \ From
.un to Imi.l. ot the plating
proens they keep consunt watch
over the pant, modem plaunu
lank-, at the Hercules factorie*
Vi.itiii,; Curds
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tlngta ..(Tended. t'ii!il Hill m
bout AMPI.K\
ihlorophyJI deodorant (hat qui.l iv
dispels nil unpleasant body a.ui
jreath odoui*. he couldn't get a dair
with Maria. Arc >-ou sure thai YOt'
l safe side
:ablet a
DAY. and CHASE IN PLEASANT
BREATH AWAY, for at
The Queen,
God Bless Her
After
so mum
years of *INot Available' ....
By PBNSANT
look
x. mm
S\ GLU)
Sk* l'u at ihc
L?**djr ,0 ch"** n>'tl>iK.inii
VITAMIN 1) ;n his milk ** ""
looked, back
crack of dawn, tipping the
Theiv have tieen :i couple of
letters In this paper !..'
menting on the apparent discoui-
I*v displayed in Barbado. by
*ome people when the National
Anthem is played. It has been
observed that in the Cinemas and
. people. instead oi standingmen
with heads baredwhen OUJ
National Anthem la playe*j. re-
main seated ignoring it ..it. -
These letters are welcome, for
by Savory I M :lnr body builder'
t It can do for
Awa\
Oh ni
she gees, not just anotfei
this girl i- n;ire >pnngy of stci
than mott. SIM Fruit Sail* it with
,i difference, put.* the spri". and a
:: !'! >es that
..'irvellous pick me u. during these hot
age of crude rudeness, yet it ...
high time that this disloyalty to
the Throne should be given a
public airing, and the seal of the
loyal public disapproval regie-
tered.
Baby h*-re is enjoying hit bottle, part
cause he's comfortable. Baby in the tropir*
needs extra care, hi* skin becomes damp and
hot. A good PRICKLY HEAT POW1
prevent an outbreak of this raih. and make
him feel'cool and comfortable PRICKLY
-j HEAT POWDER IN THE BLUE TIN mantn\i -
A British classic
is back again
-STYLED UP' A BIT
FUR THE TIMES...
MM. THK QUEEN

red by .Savory k Moore, is the answer to
.ind your rest in the tropics.
tin to-morrow
smik-
tot aTl po-wess ;ire the\ pioud of them !
Mother and Dad use a SPA AL-
WAYS, and Junior's first tooth-
iiru*h wu .i SPA NOTHTNa Llatl
A SPA," say* Mom. "for penetrating
those liry irev.ee* And they do
stand up
No fear of leaving SPA behind,
couldn't Okc a holids. without SPA
In spite of the colossal sumi
spent in Barbadoa on cduotio i
the general lack of knowledge of
EnglUh and Barbadian history i .
appalling, and thai .seeming djs>
crass ignorance of the
of every Barbadian with the
Queen of England and the Brills .
crown. It will always be remem-
bered how some years ago on
he death of King Edward a
country' man seeing all the flag'
'"n at half naat said I 0 a friend In Broad S' ( ec.use we are all one
Joe. wnu dead?" To whuh Joe I i'nlly under the British Crown.
replied. "Ah doan know, some- ntsl thing* should be taught in
boA> call Mr. King, but ah doan ftchoola before goeiuetry or
know who bit French, for of rourse their
knowledge is of mor- Importance
Ignorance b the kindest inter- in the peoples' lives, and a fture
that can be put on tho knowledge of these facts would'
situation, and no doubt It may risk* for more happiness than'
account for a small percentage of fine able to speak a few words i
v.il bohavtour. But is uf French with an atrocious)
Iheie a more sinister Interpret a- arcenL
ltT ? ,ln "" 1>land *h'ch w." The trouble in Barbados la thai l
British "out ISrWJB Il'n'oranrof^Jrr "Si1
l~en under the British flag, ho ?S! lhP h,S.'. 5 d %*
peopU whoa, 3 Iff- St'nUS oT^ur^wS "n
53lo!S "'T'\l % ."m' ". "* "f Kf"tilude and as if they
i Ihey do not were Manna dropped from heaven.
'I^LJh*. ffi^SL ThaV,our This is a wrong policy and should
2?*?*?.. ,her, ^lK '' Whcn be remediwl. and the general pub-
Hlt Anthem is played? It seems lie who do not pay tageg (and they
almost impossible that in theso arc the large majority) should be
days when Cinemas arc scattered rradc l<> know that These benefits
, in every district, Cinemas which hm to I*- paid for; and that thev
[are packed rveiy night, that ire paid for by a small, minority
them If anjsjaa left who is not of tax payers. It is Astonishing to
familiar from News Heels with find how many people who should
the sight of the Royal family, know better, have no idea of how
That is hardly possible. 3ut, thin island is financed! Nine peo-
_ __ where the trouble lies, is the lack p't' out of ten do not know w*iat
Almond f knowledge of the connection CotonJal Development and Wel-
heg ban i>. batwaau Bsrbudos an dry Mother'* J'U are on boll- family, and the tad n advantages that we have
daa bl thfj have no fear-of sea- Barbadian Is a subject of the 'eccived from it. and do they
breeze or sand-laden air, for Queen. In every well balanced i"10* Ihal lhee *Uui are r^'d fo:
BANDBOX NOURISHES and community whether it is .. home, '> Uu' lon8 >uffcrtng British Toj-
PBOTICT8 Irons all adverse or a country. there is an &****
climatk oondltlonx When .uwt .,(-kiu*wleded head; but In this _,, (ll___, -, J
motlurid. >'1 " i iMid so often called "IJttle Ask ,h0!*. '"^ Barbadians who
have received grants t
Or without BANDBOX Mom
here has )ust shampooed dl
Bandbox Soapless, her hair is in
clined to Ik oily, but when Jill":
hair Is cut, she'll n
Cream Shampoo. t<
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curl will -* ihouaand lights dancing in the
crowninsj glory that i> hers.
When W<-11> looks at nu like this I know she
This time it's an opinion on Family
Planning. Molly believes in the spaced family,
lag a fastidious woman; dainty in her
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7HVASPR0 HAS A SPECIAL
APPEAL FOR WOMEN
"latth-
apparrnlly not ",""* 1
h .& '"''': -' > School CWIfcMc a> no m.IIe.
jchool child In Barbodos knows nii.,np ,d. having ot Ihi, COV-
t. m.c"nlll of """' Brillsh rird pru* lo ill eonlcnt In Ihclr
UDJC1I. ,md Ihe advantage crais Ignorance not even knowing ,
derived (roni Ihli proud poiltlon. who paya for the bemllu of thclt '
, , daily llvea. or lhat common deeen- :
Ignorant, oi actual hlitorjr can cy demands that loyally should lie!
u> liirgivrii. and it may be that shown to the Throne of Knglaml
l"i nuisses do not understand
Ihnt they not only owe ihclr ikt- I>yally to the Crown should b
sonal freedom, but
ttustance, to Iha Britlal
for the Colonies have _.
Man a liability to Great Britain; 'l"',V "' 'e^pcvl when llu- National,
and although ran pcoole mav An,he"i la played. If this loyalty I,
not alwaj. agree with Ih'a !",?'" *"'"'>'" ''""' .bel
Colonial policy dished oul from '"""*' ""a '" Totallunan !
Jsra&oSLSffsui ESS R-3SSH
kifts from time \u Unit,
RUTH LINK
^ AN American girl in
Britain for the first time
writes her second truest
column.
Attention, please, for
RUTH LINK
laughter ami Rabelaisian
bursts of Anglo-Saxonlsms.
out- "What an Englishman really
means when he says his home U
his castle is that it is the placf
They were, of course, these where he ^n g0 ck)SC lne door
bock-slapping, yipee y| yomg. neaVe a slgh of relipf and be a,
<.ol|ar-rustIinH things commonly nome. A American, on the othei
known as Americans. I blushed hand. can be at home with other?
with embarrassment for my fel- well as with himself."
low countrymen, and asked my
But For A Wife
-No Retirement
(By CANON WARNER)
"I hor* been retired from
business rux> yvart. nnd I
MOM had more dotucctic
irofible at homi* during thai
period than through all the
pt'fious irfars of my marrwje.
la fhts usual? 1} to. u*hal is
Ihe cause? "
ARE you trying to be too help-
ful about the house? For some
40 years your wife hns run your
home. With you at the office, she
DM dev'lt.i>cd her OWD routine
uf work.
Her chna cupboard and silver
basket are "just so.'1 Breaklast
crumbs get swept up, dishes
washed, beds made, rooms dusted,
empty milk bottles "put out,"
potatoes peeled ... all to a strict
rule of her own.
Yes 40 years develop a tech-
nique in such thing!.
Then the husband comes into
the p'cture. Now he must give
ms wife :, bit of help. He offers
to dry* up . and uses the wrong
leacloth. He stows away the
china . in corners where it ha*
no boat
Uakaa the beds . but has
his own ideas about the counter-
pane. Clears the hinch table
. . but leaves a few odds and
ends behind among the crumbs.
Empties the tea-leaves In the
HiKtbin which Ml wife likes to
i When she leaves the house to
go shopping- "he trips over milk
Dotuat, Tha gink ruw a hlgh-
aratOr mark when he has finished
I with the dishes.
No wonder your wife feels the
way yog would feel if she entered
your olilec to "lend a hand."
There are the **cc!-causes here of
many a quarrel.
She has been used to getting
off to a flying start with the day'i
WOrk. Now you lie in bed later.
The day starts slowly. She never
really catches up on herself, and
, I rated.
Stop and think what oil thli
mus' mean to her.
English friend how their behav-
Good, bad. lndlirerent. or Just iour >eenied to her-
Qualified
we tticir IK'I'- a-v-"!/ ic* im- liiiwm snouiu O i !(_ A,m - -----------------Jt ,i_*"
For my first dinner m London
s taken by an English friend
u ,i line and venerable rcstaur-
int. A few couples were
prinkled abc>ut the room, and
oleca wei'e scarcely audible.
S '-B
ll As
people
I Had to Know
it we America
Perhaps the general
..- stripped our duch Of Hi
thods but other and awn dustlc flesh .i party of eight strapping
are possible of teaching the males and one female invaded the
deadly dull Paris cafe than h
/ha, Ihould be "their ^Sk^S^rSSSiSS' G Xrrfcrfcan^o'" "" """"'
m that, imaU i* ft?"" "nd "" .....' "* ** .im|n-r, and enjeone^ them- Am"'c" "
m.m selves lie with all Englishme
1 am superbly qualified becau
I have been here less than three
fen
Well thenis it we Americans So take it from me: the English-
who perpetuate ant I- Americanism min is above all shy. beneath all
In Europe ? True, an American kind, outwardly cool, inward]
would rather endure an
YOU of course, have plenty of
lime op your hands. You may
bo one r>f ihe "potterers" about
the hou*e.
You are. in fact, y, the house
,r wife wants you out
of it. and nowhere to be seen
when she could do with a little
company.
What is the solution? You must
talk over with your wife what
Jobs you can do which would
really be a h.-Ip. Don't he hurt
if she doesn't Jump at all your
offers.
It is your company In the eve-
nings which will mean most to
[are because of our connection
With the British CYown we re- Most powerful among these
'ii the protection of a ways can be the openly shown
WWarftil Navy. Amur ..nd Air- disgust and ridicule .of all loyal
.force, and that as memU-rs of Barbadians to thoas who (ho*
<( cjiicad Enure v^e would ih.ic ignorance In
lircrivc the help, in time of disloyally here
selves in a corner table with all
the dignified nicety of a division
storming the Yalu.
trouble of any one of those mem- t" <
: veh pouaf Queen
And were
English, too? I lad to knov
On my meanderings yesteraa"
, ,. I tried to And out. On a bench
I listened, unwillingly to frag- . Hyde Park I met an English-
nients of their conversation, which nian. and this is what he said
{jMumBLS iVJ! ^E0"^ *llyt ~l ph^ "Tho '". Politeness of the
i'V ^"Un" ''k.e: **' b*! .and "" **'" English is really an apology to.-
HII1II. nuitVdlVIII VKVI, IIIlll\1l* ----- ___I a^
eningjn warm, suburbanly sporting and hersomething to look forward to
Lrbanly civilised, with a sense cf ".tough IM busy day.
humour, a sense of duty, and with _-
no sense of direction whatsoever u-v_-
(which explains why all the IF there i* to be a happy home,
anti- ireets run rampifht), and no ear
for music.
.ictween gargant
really an apology
ng themselves more freely.
r
' -X.
Ths modern womui, living as ihs
does sn .I'lon non-stop aslstenca.
demindi TRUE relief whanaver pain
come* She mutt have a p-iln-ralitvar
which not only acts quickly but doas
not nas afic-effccu which prcvant
her from |o.ng about things ai uiual
harmful a'tcr-effecia such as dlul-
oeii. depfiion. or "slowing up."
Ttvn ii why 'ASPftO' hai a (pedal
appeal for woman. 'ASPRO', free from
harmful drug!, leaves you fresh and
fu again after ihe pain has gone.
THI WRIT* OF 'ASPRO'
The puritr of 'ASPRO' conforms
to the tundird laid down by iha
IrkHl Pharmaeopceia.
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am riMhr-Diiii
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DUE TO
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it oott' Paan and deoaaa
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haUsD.vd focmuaa. One
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foe v.'iiiaMrh Puna.
>un. l-*iMkn..
uare aad Aodsrv
C IO In.liiritK-am.
bowovor, sbo will have to read-
just her way of life up to a point.
More patience, perhaps; less of
RUTH LINK, ever open to cor- "a' "1 must have it done my
rection. move, on In search el way", a sense of humour that
Brit .In. Watch for her next welcomes rather than I**"*"
frport hrr husband in his well-meaning
attempts to_li"d a place :n the
i*.e.s. JomaaUc drelav- L.E.9.
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SOLE
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SCVDAY. OCTOBER II. ltU
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE SEVEN
^e STARS* *\
* For Sunday. o< torn 1. 1952
Look ,ti the section in whirl ,our bm
:nid what your outlook is, aceorn ng to the atex-
AEg Excellent cUj 10 ratal on in*- *een just
Marca 21 -April 3D past. What can you do W m.ike luture
^ inoi* effective'' (live due thought
1* i(|iyu"i. tvme. avu- mailers, of course
* *
4C ._!*!PK* ..Veto any hish-pressure methods Rathei
??Za/f t^tW Jown
x.x ptNEsi r.uriM ta
iiomih ioi Uh advo-
: statlon-
.......wtom. plain or dmgn-
eu. (lor gift i
i pin pan to |
I
j i <| JCina c ird*
\r\ reasonable pr-ced tietween
aai Mi Mm Mrhmi
r.ery.
si ONaVI \ iiKIMt Ml I \
i.-M. i, H or l lo.
18c. lo Mc.
Know what-* Of course It's
hDWHlHKla LOCOAwith a
uUta nnvoui
lung, pleasantly satisfying and
., ..uvuis Uutui
, v*i ocec's shell. UW'. popular brand
u ., JAS. A LYNt HI CO LTD
l>i.-mbution. Buzz 44"a if votl
have any -irneully ensuring I
supply.
April 21-May JO;, tin* ft
to health
iesl relaxation Pay attentit
OEMIMI
May 91-Ju. si
Ims season, it's fur, fur, fui. .. high collar
rUOHT; cioscfttting jacket, LEFT
with wrist-length sleeves, and a I trim ll.>
t'i SUMMED SIS LOmON
llruaU bands ,>f fo*
aaaWta of imperial
viuu.1 opal and nr? dyed to match
It.
NOTE. Name ol the cosmetic
flrm is DOROTHY OB AY
jReieg^t? For The "Tiger Lily" Look
official rfi-scrip-
UJNDON .. , KCordinj t
It la Dot often that we have a By Dorothy Harklmy lion).
eomulTMly new look In make-up Newest and nleeatal a price
Prom tune lo time new beauty and trimmed appropriately wllh _,,< ,he jackets u illustrated lu
la eonf on the market, an leather elbow palehca. Beet ui nasu) mink, it roflowt the eloee-
'"'' e>'P hade* pottley, ihw ..K'kl.il lm wai j com- nttlnit liu< !y wtbt-lcitcth
1 '" '" i.,..-.iii-i- pietely uUin .tyie .n .. .i\ aii leeva u,i 1 1 i,r ,.u. titan
.[-pearl nail .varnish, or a special ,, wilu. sleevrle... it had .< l one deUnctloii. It sells at
..Id ,lut guaranteed l put Kin- KODpK, o neckline, and a .199 gna.
ttllaling gold lights into Ihe nan r,1,h, ,klrt 0nl,
C.,sr.|uently. when an entirely
t tenet n ra> mi uld encourage you to mix
with telkm n.-n m aciahbourly (aahion
A el^nt hand nol only aid* taw recipient
l>ui give* trie dnor a bin "lift."
# f *
Friendly apecU, partictiiarb' for
(jn.il>, pvraoful social mattcm. Stlrr all
opporiunitiea lo spread a little cheer and
happiness Yoi. irady mule tout.
*
Start day with church, ihousfat ol loved
I one*, then welfare. Pitch into Sunday's
schedule with enthusiasm. II oa H ,.m.
rip '.1 .it I'titelica, don't ovamtiam
* *
u ba careiaiui thu. "lazy"
out acuvtUiM lo oooforra
( huich interests. ncx'UUi in
1 1 ill K. OtV! ANI> FOE THE
If (KOWD TVS ALL WATS TO
NAHILVS Why.' Thecc'- lovely
[ white Suede Crepe 7*c a yard,
>f dotvered Silk Sheen that wool
Ue there long at (1.12, and cord-
>ii Silk at 11.04 . colours are
Pink,, maiiv, blue and betfto.
Whether it's Broad or Swan
Streets. Sanely'* la the .store
where you Invariably find what
you wantat your price'

tew
day Arranfi,
M lo beat (orri
nrder.
2* -Oct. 93 m
plai
In
wllh tea*/, even pac whether
ol pla> Interest in ehildren'i.
Frth while
+ AaiTTAElTJg
Me* -.': Dae. 22
It
atraight skirt. Only decoration Fur Is ulso the most important
came in tlw black and white couture iruununn lust now Aa an
r "?te.i'wth Vti'.mt striped "choux" twining round example ol triaunW al Us most
d th restraint. |he walfL luxurious, take the evening coat
And s<> il WSJ. when the "Tiger illustrated. In lanperial violet
Lily- look, as the trade names It. The latest in fur rtyHa tfrnm doeskin, its sleeves with the new
appe-rod this week. Pink-and- S. London) were displaced at the low-plnced shoulder Una; are
white lornplexions and blue-toned same time as the new Creed trimmed with bands ol fox dyed
lipsticks are favoured no longer, designs to show similar fashion to match.
Complexions, so we are told, are trends. u: (aahion can bav only But fur trimmings need not be
to be "the colour r.f rich cream" a very limited application to a fashion limited to the lew who
and lipsticks "brown-toned." This Hyle* in fur as nobody wants a ean afford high couture prices,
look it designed to match the mink to be out of date in a years There are pleirtv of good, imlta-
brown shades of furs and the unte. New details, which won't uon fur fabrics around nowadavs.
sherry colours ol incoming fash- dote were noted. These Included Reversing the current liking
Ion. (Yes. indeed it is.also de- a liew m|d-thlgh length, useful for fur trimming this week
signed to concen the Wueneta OV(T 8lrnight fk(rted tuil. and Mblvt Hiir( u>adon Farrter
w^'ch appears_on thejwn with dresses and for evening: >ear. Contrariwise he showed not fur
the fust touch of frost. Thoso sun.rBT teaming on jseket UunnUng on wool, but wool on
around the^tropics not so ->rTlict- lhouWon; gay Malng* to short fur. Cardigan* and Jackets
cd. will ilnd the new shades or t..u.. ------1. n--------._._,_
lipstick and powder blend well
with sun-tanned skins).
Good thot.gl.t-. willuig" hands anpTeaEsr-
t..-do-tht-iiglU-thiiu| we vital De firm
about principles, careful m method.
* *
W inliiiK to do the right Hum: and
t i do it must (jo logelher You are an
industrious stratghl-shooter. and like
others to be the BSM
lackets; a cape worked like a molesk
Victorian pelerine, and a new green
shade of mink called "Pastel'' (or ribbed
The recipe fir tin- look is as coffee-cream with a silver btoom' belts
follows. Skins are divided into
three type*TAWNY. APRICOT,
mm i HF.AMYend ingredlenU to
be used vary accordingly. A dif-
ferent blend of "brown" tones i
suggested for each type. The
TAWNY skin should use the "nut-
brown red" rouge and lipstick;
the APRICOT skin, a Calypso
(dry sherry) rouge and Crimson
Olorv (berry red) lipstick; and the
CREAMY skin, a Calypso rouge
and lipstick.
Thi." new make-up :s only for
those who plat, to wear the new
sherry shades, it is only for those
'/ho vill adopt it systematical!
0J
olt.u
uUi
and
usinr all the Ingredients cor-nut water and add to It 3
redly blended with skin colour- glasses of water until you get
ing. So consider carefully before \% pints. Take the grated coeo-
abandoning the old for the new. nut and rub It with your hands
To show how effective thesa'Put it In a muslin cloth or any
now shades of make-up can be other kind of napkin. Put it over
when used In the correct way. they'a bowl and add the water
were worn by all mannequins the coconut water a little
cloth ami
What's Cooking In the Kitchen?
ICECUEAM
Coconut lrocresun <*r *i of a lb. would bfe enough
as the cantaloup is very sweet
FOR 3V PINTS OF ICE- Add to the sugar 1 glass c
CREAM: Coconut milk 1*4 pints water Let it get to the boil.
Sugar 2 lbs or between 1 ' then take the feem off- and pas*
lbs. and H4 Ins. Vanilla essence. It through a sieve If the syrup
To make coconut milk take a " not much as the melon add
dry coconut, cut it in half and a bit of water to It Let the
remove all the hard white sub- *y*"up cool and when cold add
stance Grate it Take the coco- to " n*aon and put every-
Don*, hesitate to say a good WOfd |dj I
w ^ ^Li^, **-. Pvron: tou fUn we leave lha he-Ung,
^ Dae. t3-Jan 1 rncouragmg tidbit, unsaid. You "ill be
happier, too.
* *
AQuAEIDE Start with prayer, ehiif.h aervieee. Thu.
a tSTb s y<>u will be led Into surer, finer channels.
Jan
Tend lo your >thar affair then.
* *
. riaOJsS Uon't permit :<' / feeling of insecurity or
? Faa. 2l--aanieh 90 -elf-Usprwiatioi. This ia a day. week,
year Ml I' o give of its grand per-
sonal asset. t> stfengthen self and others.
^t YOV BORN TODAY can lead or follow in admirable way
if living up to your due (raits, practicing things you know to
be light. Libia's sense of justice and duty are reliable He .
Ctiireiul about associates, injustice arouses your sympathies, W
llufy wisjirbe imposed ypon.
. Birthdale of. fltonie Hurgt. gUlhoj; Leigh Hunt 4 Sir
?Thos Browne, authors, the latter n physirlsn. Jk
+ + + + + + + + + +
I
I wish on A STARany one
of live will bring you the great**!
motoring thrill you have ever
Blown! a cotnbuwttoa ol com-
ftrt, elegance, power and sheer
Jollar value at |3,t*I&. Charles
.: i : .i mi \ "> Ltd home of
. Mirtoring and CONSUL
CARS Invite yoi lo .e*i-dnv< ibis
great car come and drive one,
btll one and float away
ATTRAtTIVl ULAktMWAKJ-
i. of mteiot lo everyone! At
HajitaHoni Ltd Czecnoslavaklan
Glassware is prominently display-
ed in 4 complete rwtn "( pfihi "''
:' nnled i!e \
o| excelleni quality. They're lined
up in rgnka of i hampagn- Cock
:i. port Shi i |i Pot
Whi-k\ snap elasses and half pt
lll'lil'lel
ALL IIAMiS tS HEIR YOV
SALTY TARS and take a look at
he wide selection of YACHT
FA^II'MENT at THE H'DOft
inrNDRY LTD.. Whllepark! In
vto '"*' y*M could posalbly
want. ih.i. sverythlng from
Deck Pulley-.. Sail Sink'., mid
ll.ii p Shackle* lo Jib llauks,
(iim^cnevk-. (;ill In Brojlte), even
Manila and Tarred Hopeevery-
thing to denght the Mariner Ph.
ten
tLVYAYa. GOOD the softness
t\ TRIPLfc
t-*.STlLI.El> OURItOUUHo 11EL-
I .l.\ s.nve iUM Bft-
itld ciaft has made Burroughs
uU ciwaii to the palate.
gin that Keeps Its place in the
i -iictic cocEtaiL Local
JOHN F. HI i^'-N
t,lD J oOoi- Ofta lasliug
-mples lo those Mho siivrt j
appreciate One SjUi, and next tj
me Anuatu I
i :*ti:
1 rtn'.iin* I riii|ili.i-i/- I
my nir\i'- in .
Maidenftmi's
Sllo-c \ I \-lilt iN no II iKilM
. M-.t.i-i THE -I \n nai.
u iue lo UKrilNA S ROtU
n.iIAIN in The Village. 1U lu.fc-
((MIL The smartest aece*soi>
i"' any dross i a sinking belt -
i. iioUv lh< >.- MEW11 ,
f.Jj\STIC BELTS will match 01
i'i 1.1 your ensemble . .
.ti.y'U iutu-1 thrill )uu witu
rUd and buaEk onumeniattori
ltd elegant otigmallty. fot Xma-
" y're superb!
Milln i i-i i \i OA&E al Oa*
Co-op Cotton Factory beautiis-
u ith doors that open, luggage
coot and horn. JEEP BIKES.
rt>o' iHin. so in. ,n,i aain
i.nne*. wonderful ift (and not
o enpeiuiive) l buy and laj
Ja> for XmiLs l>aj! UCCl-
Xmas Decoratlt^i.^ .i wonderf I
eieeiiuiiN-are now on sale and
i;' luit too early to order fSSsn
phone 2039 and ask tor Mr
carter
Biiyuig Price And SeUing Price
displavinn CHARLES CREED'S time. Wring the cloth ami peel
new collection this week. Colours, squeeze the water out just as if The
included all the fashionable you ware making starch
variety of brown-sherry,
mon. snuff and chocolat>
thing In the fridge to freeze
Orange Icccrwsusi
Sugar 1 lb. Oranfes 1*4 lbs..
Juice of one lime.
Put 14 glass ol water in a
nd saucepan. Add the 1 lb. of sugar.
Peel the oranges and put the
the water and toe sugar
peel has to be very thin
Do the and only the yellow part NOT
_ same until you obtain the pint THE WHITE Let it boll for a
and V* of coconut milk. Take lh It was
containing
.mail, neat collection "'"<'", **
glassful of
.bout *ii of off the fire and leave the
arm water. Stir (or at least one hour
ST11
Wh*J
two atyles of coat- jy ^ sUfar j, <>3mp1,jte|v ,,1*- completely cold add the Juice of
fitted redmgnote for town and goiy^j ^dd the water and the ihe oranges and the Juice of one
loose, tweedy swagger coats for
country. Suits for town were
slim, black and tailored, eotne-
tlmes with only a vague sug-
gestion of a waistline. For coun-
try they were in bright tweeds
(orange with green for example),
Lady Evelyn* Moslem
At 84, Lady Evelyn Cobbold has
become president ol the newly
formed British Society for the
Study of Islam. Lady Evelyn has
been a Moslem since she was a
Sri. made the pilgrimage to
ecoa 20 years ago.
She is a busy, alert woman, with
white hair and a slender figure.
For 38 years she was married to
John Dupuls Cobbold, the Ipswich
brewer. When he died In 1929, he
left 728,614.
augur to the coconut milk, th
add the vanilla essence and pu
it In the fridge to Ireeae. Y
can either add 1 lbs. of sugar i
you like your icecream very
sweet or IM, or la
Melon Iivcrram
FOR 0 PERSONS: L Vs glass of
the ripe port of a melon (canta-
loup) Sugar syrup 1'i glass.
Juice of one lime.
You have to get a very ripe
cantaloup. Open the melon, take
Off the seeds and out the orange
part In small pieces. Sieve the
melon. Add to the IV glass of
melon IV* glass of sugar syrup
and the juice of one lime or the
juice of half an orange and half
a lime To make the sugar syrup
put In a saucepan I lb. of sugar
lime. Sieve everything and add
enough water to get I1* pint of
Icecream Put it in the fridge to
f freeze
(By lll.HA ASCBOFT)
r4ew food order in Paris that
inet able and produce shops and
stalls should display their buying
and selling prices side by side is
part of a French campaign to
bring down the cost of living.
How would the idea work
here?
Against it are the greengrocers.
Mr Adanuon. head of the pr"-
vlsion section of a big London
store, says that in France vege-
table produce Is sold In the mar
kets. Them are no large vegetable
shops and stores offering the fa-
cilities of delivery, telephone
i "iering that we have here.
Miss G. Francis, who keep.
Itoscbery Avenue, London, vege-
table store, thinks that too nan;
Uckets would confuse the house-
wife.
For the tickets were the \J
housewives I quizzed. All com-
plained about the size of their
weekly greengrocery bills.
Cross-Channel
1 All this last week we have
been looking at the London
adaptations of Paris lashians
We have seen the waiitless hlp-
' hugging Jacket*, the doep-arm-
I holed shapeless coats, the longer,
'tighter skirts, the higher.
necklines, the even more-slopim
shoulders, surmounted by tinv '
tUttng hats.
I'h. asuH h unflattering. Ever
in Pans I had my doubts, watch-!
ing tlie new clothes worn py in
credibly beautiful French marine-;
pilna who can give distlnctloit
to a tiiblecloth
In lAindon, with due apologle"- '
to our pretty models who do their i
!>e*t, these doubts were confirmed
This new line ts not for us; at,
least not for the majority of us
There ate always the elegan'j
few who will follow fashion even [
if she leads to the ruin of health j
b mtv and bank balance.
Jlorsbruflli Pudding
i oniesition from Muustur Ol
P.* ation, Florence Horsbrugh
I ing a rural domestic centre
I Abingdon: "f have had mort.i
>.i fa Uon out of malting a good1
M< .iiied pudding than in any'
speech I have ever made from the
Front Bench of the House off-
Commons."
: have never tasted Miss Hon-
or ghs puddlnsn, but I have
sa-.pled some of her speeches \\
can only hope that the rceulu are,
not equally heavy.
Wertd 0*> rlsht Reserved
Soon
it will be
TOOTAL
Week
aeeeat'. on w.n Dear* ..
leaSnlul) UU
k .i... ibaUj, ..". I. -
RH*am a noal kal .il.i.iluia
II Cko.iae it now, in -uilr
. fabtira.
> aSalaWilini RraKI.
made.ml. inlhel ml'l
IMM a America
Tfc w mil iil> it"""
far avy t>|-. i hguie.
KLIM
is PURE,
SAFE MILK
, KLIM
jsara safe
MILK
l.il ia Prelai.M. Hi. Wort. 0v
Docrtn Prsvs
A Lovelier Comple
use r.MthitilK . YnrdVy take the i-hi Dreparartae
for jgef ivpe "I .kin Wash wi l\ imt ol ihni luxurious Soar*.
i or **ep-down ileanlines* Use a Van I ley Oraniinf C* easa.
For the tiitrTi 11 y msvage which L" n your kin soft
*ad ii| j '.' dvoosc rich\ ardJey N.glu Ckeam.
Aad mf the radiance ol -km lhat'l firm and fine-iexnsred
lone up vsith Yaidley Aitringeni or Toning Lot**-
This gentle 'usciplme e' "'igh' "
aad you're a beauty all your days.
To TRINIDAD
or to any part of the Curibbe
Ickly
and with a pernonalised service, is corn-
served
and Inexpensively
Skin Care
YARDLEY
by B.W.I.A. quickl
parable to the besi in the world.
From now End continuing through
December 15th. B W.l.A's Group Travel
I'lan will entitle .ill groups of not less
than Six (6) pert>oiui travelling together
to a rebate of 25'! on normal round trip
fores.
Return ticket.-, are valid for 30 full
days and return journeys must be com
pleted by December 15th.
Consult your travel agent or call
B-m-A
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
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I'M.I IK.Ill
SUNDAV ADVOCATE
si NDAY, OCTOIHII M. 1*M
BARBADOS.A ADVOCATE
.! T llnWi i U.. miA ... M|lMa
Sunday. October 19, IHZ
-pihmum it joy"
IF the Five Year-Plan i>f Development
jnJ Taxation is read in conjunction with
A Fiacal Survey of Barbados and with His
Kxcellency's speech to Ihe Legislature on
18th December, 1951. it appears to be a iliv
appointing document.
If on the other hand it is read in con-
junction with the electioneering pam-
phlet. Labour Marches (hi. it is full ol
promise-
There are many excellent things pro-
posed in the live-year plan of development
and taxation, and the document as a whole
reflects a spirit of compromise between the
promises given at election time and the
harsh economic facts presented in A Fiscal
Survey f Barbados.
In recent years there has been, as Sir
Alfred Savage told the Legislature last
December, much "cleverness" in Barbados
and there has been a constant clamour
from pressure groups to obtain favours
from the Government for those schemes
which would satisfy themselves. Inevi-
tably government departments competed
with each other to obtain as much as they
could for their own plans of development.
The publication of the five-year plan of
development and taxation has put a stop
to this jockeying for benefits and the gov-
ernment has finally decided on a list of
priorities and has allotted expenditures
which will only be exceeded in emcrgen
c,~- .........
Looked at from this viewpoint the five-
>ear plan is basically a good plan. No one
wo clusions that Barbados has to endeavour
to increase the national income by in
creased productivity of the soil and
plants: increased human productivity :
and the creation of new fields of employ
ment.
The government proposes to make this
increase by development of the island's
water resources and its distribution; ex-
periments and research in irrigation ol
sugar and other crops; encouragement ot
production and development of agricul-
tural schemes: encouragement of the tour-
ist industry and the establishment of a
Barbados Development Board to assist in
the dewlopraant of stMoiwbary Industries
The government proposes to obtain an
annual average increased revenue of
approximately one and a half million dol-
lars by increased direct taxation on com
panics and individuals and through death
duties, increased indirect taxation such as
customs and excise and entertainment
and racing taxes. Miscellaneous fees are
expected to bring in $200,000. Cuts in sub
sidles and decreased government expendi-
ture will provide an estimated $615,125.
The expenditure proposals of the plan
envisage a capital programme of the order
of $18,500,000 during the next five years.
This expenditure is to be met by Loan
Funds, and available funds: and approxi-
mately $2,000,000 in respect of loan ex-
penditure presently charged to an Ad-
vances account will have to be raised.
Summarised as to essentials the plan
reflects sound thinking and awareness of
the limitations of Barbadian resources. No
account is taken of the potential revenue
from oil and the deep water harbour is to
be "self-supporting."
It is stated in the report that a commit-
tee which is to be set up to report on the
implementation of the deep water harbour
will give due regard to savings from pres-
ent costs and the levy of a basic port
charge not exceeding 2'< on all import*
and exports. A cess of $2 00 per ton is also
to be allocated to a Harbour FunH Scheme
after the 1952 sugar crop.
Any criticism of the government's five-
year plan must be based on tealisation of
the fact that in so far as the economic
resources of Barbados permit the Labour
Party was committed to the promises
made in the electioneering pamphlet
Labour Marches On, and within those limi-
tations the plan is a triumph for the con-
servative elements of the party.
But having praised all those responsible
for presenting Barbados with a develop
ment plan which all of us hope will justify
the intentions of its designers, disappoint
ment must be expressed that the full
economic programme suggested in para-
graph 52 of Part II of A Fiscal Survey of
Barbados was not preferred to the plan
which has actually been proposed.
The decision to make the deep water
harbour self-supporting will 'involve
further rises in the cost of living which
are already being aggravated by rises in
customs and excise duties and which will
follow upon increases in income tax and
entertainment tax. A further rise in the
price of gasolene is particularly to be
deplored.
or Beaaley insisted that at this
stage of development Barbados could not
afford to continue without a deep water
harbour and made It the core of his pro-
posed economic programme.
Tha suggestion that a levy .( 2',' should
be ma* <>n all Imports and exports is sur-
prising when read in conjunction with His
Excellency's speech to the Legislature on
December 18, 1951. On that occasion Sir
Alfred said: "I am informed that the Port
of Bridgetown is considered io be the least
efficient and consequently the most expen
sive in the Caribbean." It may reasonably
be suggested that since charges have in-
creased since His Excellency's speech,
priority of attention should be given to
removing "the stigma" and regaining the
reputation for efficiency which in the
words of Sir Alfred, "the port undeniably
has lost."
The proposal to create a Barbados
Development Board to assist in the devel-
opment of secondary industries at a cost
of one million dollars may be welcomed as
a sign of the intention of the government
to encourage capital investment in Bar-
bados.
But the failures of the Overseas Food
Corporation and the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation ought to be kept always
in mind in a tropical island of 168 square
miles and which, as Professor Beasley has
wisely pointed out, is not under-developed.
If this Board is to be especially con-
cerned with the promotion of the tourist
industry then the heavy expenditure allo-
cated for its use might be justified Other-
wise it might prove to be the most disap-
l inting proposal of the Five-Year Plan.
Those who consider that the low pro-
ductivity of the average Barbadian worker
is due partly to lack of training, partly to
poor diets and partly to the climate will
receive with mixed feelings the news that
$200,000 is to be spent on technical educa-
tion as compared with $848,000 on the
expansion of elementary education during
the sama period. There is no mention of
vocational education although the lack o'
what tb* Americans call "know how" is
evident in every field of Barbadian em-
ployment. If there is not a greater bias
given in the elementary schools to voca
tional training and if there is not greater
concentration on the fact that the majoi-
ity of pupils can only be employed in the
wrongly-called menial professions then
the second endeavour of the architects of
the five-year plan "to improve human pro-
ductivity" will have failed.
Large employers of labour can assist the
government in this respect by encouraging
their employees to attend classes of the
evening Institute and in some cases to run
their own training classes.
But if criticisms such as these can be
made about individual proposals in the
Plan the majority are deserving of praise,
and especially those which are designed
to encourage the production and market-
ing of local food and handicrafts.
The Scottish poet' in words of perennial
wisdom has warned us that
"Thc best-laid schemes o' mice and men
Gang uft a-gley
Amt lea'e us nought but grief and pain
For promised joy."
Everyone in Barbados will hope that on
thig occasion we will obtain the promised
joy. We will not, unless all of us endeav-
our to give ot our best in the interests of
all. The government can only plan: it is
the people who have to implement the
plan.
Sitting On The Fence
ix.litlc.1
vlldm
thcar
A it' llxhl b Ivrnra mi
Amrlra *l-*ut.
Kt W. 4.HHAI.VS
Th American__
otherwise, always
he simple natives
islands.
Last week we followed the
fortunes of Senator Nixon, Re-
publican candidate for the Vice-
PrasksBncy.
One da/ * learned that he
was lower than the Conservative
vermin over hrre
accused of accepting expenses if *[ Mahdi stays with us loiig,
from business men, many a sneer ,, re will be the fuel cuts m
alfmit Amenruti politicians was ^.^ the vnllc off h(s fpee
muttered under grey moustaches '
m the 1-nndon clubs
Next mornlnc the grey mous-
taches curled in amaanment Ac-
cording to reports from Mr.
Eisenhower's election train. Sena-
tor Nixon was a national hero.
all look
gether and rr.aking
rather silly.
But Ease Frave. official Com-
n unist newspaper of Ciecho-
gsOVakaS, seems to have found a
possible explanation.
Commenting on an advertise-
ment in The Times which asked
for a tutor with a Scottish
accent to instguct an intelligent
When he was d'lsens out for at least ten days. P-rrot. Bade Wave* says
Brllft.ll raaiUIMs are at
present earning se much
money making armaments that
any eae ef them ran afford te
empley a tutor for hi- parrot
No wonder il Is hard to And
new leaeskm for school chil-
dren in Britain.''
him
Ko November logs to giv<
tmchltls
East winds wUl bit him in the
**J t*ck and give him flbrositis. Or
liiey may give him Jaundice. A
north-east wind may hit hun
'arsa. -rssr*rsi s-b\k. &^ h,.
roy mouil.chr, w.rf tuigM. "J* ?"""' 2 until Do-
"fc? riSS-s^ur sre -** " *
Nixon s character had
changed overnight by i
little doggie.
And no wonder the startled
latives of the Amazon heard the
'Eton Boating Song" roared
trross the silent river.
It was probably not the voice
of Mr. Sebastian Snow at all.
dear
M.IOf go of flu. and chronic catarrh.
But il he's sUU here - ***>"
as, and armies again
expected spell of mild weather, '*," ,orne rich" best" in
Americans who had hated the i"", 2rllm''i .SST armaments racket and ''sent
Senator on Monday mSrrdn, ^L^S&F^ !**&' down- for shoutii* vylgar abuse
hT* Ch"*- but the mocking voice of a par-
rot who had been educated at
the
loved him on Tuesday evening
fter a television broadcast In
'hich he said
"j mop hare been accused
of accepting gifts, but there
ii one thai t won't pipe up.
Thai is a black and white
cocker spaniel news to my
family all Ihe tray from Texas.
My tittle girlie, frtcio, calls
him Checkers. You know how
kids love dogs, and I wanna
aay we're gonna keep it."
nnaulisj m-I make> a ^u churchyard'
TONIC TALK
at the Head on speech day.
If parrots educated at Harrow,
fly back to the Jungle wearing
Do you over wake up m the <*>>**J* * ^h",Bs uu
morning feeUng bilious and de- * *r ^aks he *^'e h?eJC
pressed- Do you feel that llfo c "*<* tradition will break
has nothing to offer, and that mm*.___
your wife la lust a white man's Mr.r.i i/k. ss.l.^i
burden' Once again Mrs. Fuasy-
If you feel like that, remain breeches called on Jolly old .
calm and try to reason things out. Blunt to ask advice about her
Your biliousness is probably husband,
your own fault, and your wife "What's wrong with him now?
And when the tears and laugh- would probably have been Just snarled the doctor, who was tired
ter of the greatest nation on hs nri,t burden to either a of tho sight of Mrs. fusry-
earth have died down, I wanna 7 say. Senator, that If the spaniel Remember, lltUe things are "He looks terrible," said Mrs
had been run as a Republican Mnt .0 trv yj- an4 if your wife Fussybreeches.
candidate right from the start, doesn't happen to be a little "He always does." said the
the Democrats wouldn't have had lr.lri(, vou n,ul(l have courage and doctor. "Nobody but a beauty
a chance. bear it like a man. specialist could do anything about
Millions may have shouted "1 Remember too, that every- that. What eUeT"
like Ike," and millions more "I'm %,,- eVen the worm* In tho "He feels as if hi* stomach s
madlal for Adlai garden has a message of love and full of knives. What would cause
Hut the whole lot would hava> hop#1 (g,. us an_ a^d don't forget lhat, doctor?"
ahouted "I'm crackers on vour morning exercises. Knives." said the doctor. n
he's been swallowing knives.
OLD SCHOOLPARROT ,
"And he feels as If his chest
At first 1 was astonished to u full of hot coals. What do you
GOOD HEALTH read that Mr. Sebastian Snow, think's the matter with, him"
Smiling Sayed Sir Abdel the English explorer, sang tho "Cither he has Indigestion in a
Rahman el Mahdi, leader of the "Eton Boating Song" from his big way." said the doctor, "or
Independence Party in the Sudan. Meeping-bag after a difficult day he has turned into a human steel
has arrived in London for his on the Amazon. foundry."
health" (From the Hews) I thought that sort of thing. "But what shall I do doctor-
He has arrived Just in time, like dressing for dinner In the "If it's Indigestion you can
The first autumn colds are due jungle, was not done any more give him bismuth; if not, send
In October Later on, the British because even the lesser breeds him to Vickers-Armstrongs [o.
influenza virus, taking a mean were beginning to see the Joke, a repair Job," said Dr. Blunl.
advantage of our weakened con- thus weakening the invisible slamming the surgery door bc-
riiflon will knock thousands of links lhat bind the Empire to- hind Mrs. Fussybreeches.L.E.8.
Chakers,'' and a dog would have
been president of the good old
U.S.A for the first Ome.
UI.1IIH
FUR some time now it should have been
clear to motorists and cyclists that there
should be two streams of traffic on Tra
falgar Street. The islands along the route
to the point where it meets St. Michael's
Row divided the road into two but for
some unknown reason it is difficult to get
two streams of traffic flowing easily in
Barbados,
Within the last few days however the
Police have made a welcome change com-
pelling motorists who leave Trafalgar
Square with the intention of going over
Lha Victoria Bridge to keep to their right
and those entering Constitution to keep
to the left and on the straight course.
This ,s another means of facilitating
traffic in this area. In the past cyclists
and motorists used either side of the road-
way and dodged across as it suited them.
At peak hours especially it not only
brought inconvenience to other users ol
the road but it gave rise to minor acci-
dents. Those who entered Trafalgar
Street from Ricket Street and who want-
ed to pass along the Victoria Bridge kept
along the left side of the road and at the
corner where Marhill Street. Bridge
Street and Trafalgar Square meet they
were in the habit of turning off to the
right. Now they must get into the str<\im
of traffic on the right side of the road or
turn into Marhill Street and go the rounds
again. The change of the entrance la the
parking lot on the Central Foundry site to
admit motorists to enter from Trafalgar
Street is in keeping with the change.
' It is hoped that motorists and others
will give the Police iheir fullest co-oper
ation in this attempt to facilitate traffic in
the immediate city.
The Things They Said
When John Pope Hennessy _- ^~t _. star ,
came to Barbados aa successor to au>y tmC?*ITRe IIUIIIC
the unpopular Governor, Mr.
Frecling, he was greeted with an- ">em and will be recommitted for
thuslasm by the local Press hut fresh offences . .Mr. Hennessy
during his short term of office and does not care to mention that
upon his departure the things said every flogging Is directly sanc-
about him in print make lively i>ned by the Governor before it
reading today. Announcing the ls inflicted and thai if as he slates
departure of Mr, Hennessy who 'he English Government express-
had been transferred to Hong "d a hope since irs thai flogging
Kong "as the best means of oov- would be abolished In Barbados-
pring his retreat and saving hia was the Governor who opposed
reputation" ihe Globe of Nov. t~, Ul* wishes of ihe Homo Govcrn-
187(1 commented "when It beenm
known that Mr. Hennessy had
booked his passage In the outgoing
steamer lo Southampton the feel-
mont."
Iy March 1876 Ihe official i
tnees of the Governor, the
alar
., or jo, d KkiiiXL bS- rnme universal . Mr. Hennessy
Attorney General Mr. Semper,
impeded more l*rtul leRfla- ""1 lh=,^'"^"?ia.ft "'.
T.on Ihon jn Governor within ?" .*"'"-," L*l>1,",1
,,.,r .1n|l,vl He Ku heen ft Counril- The Globe IOve them
nTOntni- supporting the Governor. But ila
A few days later ,.fler Mr Hen- language against Mr. Semper was
nessy had sailed on the Royal Mail unrestrained. In ils issue of March
Steamer Tasmania ihe Globe in 9 vn read "We see already how
ils Issue of December 4. 1876 gave the personnel of the legislative
him this valedictory send-off. "Mr. Council has been lowered. But
Hennessy has been frequently we do not speak of the insuffer-
spoken of as a Jesuit but charac- "We vulgarity of Mr. Semper .
terislng such blunderer as a although even he might have
Jesuit is doing a great inJusUce evinced a lit lie modesty in tho
t.. the astute disciples of the presence of his superiors in age.
Society of Jesus ... well the Gov- <* and local experience. Wo
crnmonl have intervened by re- *d not expect good manners
moving Mr. Hennessy and the n. Mr. Semper . .
Electors will prove how shamoles, Ulw ,n the Mme BrUcU, ,hft
and systematic was the lying
which Mr. Hennessy resorted to
lo mislead Lord Carnarvon aid
ihe Br'tlsh public."
The gentlemen of the Pr
not mince words In 1876. the
gad
writer says: "Ihe question will
presently come forward for dis-
cussion whether a Governor of a
Colony enjoying representative
government is Justified In calling
to he Executive Council strangers
and adventurers who have
'"<"""" *"'>"<< l the year ,nd ,,., *
"i* ?.^ 'rm ?^.5110.? b>' standing and respectability who
l.ny
only
the united stand which the H
of Assembly, ihe Press and publ
Ing and respectability who
enjoy the confidence of all classes.
And also whether a Governor is
opinion took against prcssiirefrom En^'iiermUted' to collect people
he Governor to push confedura- noi and corncrt and ^Xo
tenSstiSffSur"* as? s&igF***by iupper
The Globe uUered a prelmin- *'? ^JEd.,; March IS. 1870
%7 r?8 y., ** Janua/V open war was declared between
& , c C".mni?n,,lni Colonial^Secretary's OflTce Bill it an edjtorUl entitled The Barba-
noted at present the Colonial ^ Defence Association"- and
Secretary is precluded from the addressed to "all honest working
Council Board and there seems to men ln Barbados." The Execu-
te good reason why he should tivP of tMn A(5nriation reads like
remain m his position the^,, ^u cali of disljurulshcd Bar-
Colonial Secretory be ng Ihe chan- s^d,.,, families and Its President
nel of communication between all W-Jt BrHUh Major General,
parties should bo free from the
suspicion of bias one way or th "Another reason why working
other." people should distrust the confed-
By February 28. 1876 the Glob.- crate movement" wrote the Glob"
wat hitting out openly at Mr. "is that ail the respectable people
Hennessy. *ln one sense", we and the best friends of the coun-
read In a leading article of that try men that we know and trust
date, "If we may somewhat freelv.....are against it while those
Randan the language of Shaken who are for it are strangers and
peare. Mr. Hennessy's mercy ;s of persons who have nothing to lose
that kind 'which blesseth him thai but will get something by It. Mr.
takes', if we understand this word Semper will get a larger salary
o mean the approprialion of our by It. so will Mr Brandford Gnf-
leighbours' goods, as we under- flth and a few others and of
stand lhat more than one of these course those people preach that
gentry, whose morals His Excel- i-onfederi.iion is a good thing be-
leney conceived to be mended by cause when the evil davs come
his judicious advice have availed the poor man's cart and horse or
themselves of the liberty accon/M his pig will be sold for taxes to
pay the salaries of a few men w he-
grow fat on the misfortunes o(
others."
In a caution to all honest patri-
ots appearing in the Globe of
March 16, the warning Is given
that "a popular disturbance would
be worth everything to the Gov-
ernor, it would throw the game
into his hands." In the same Issue
Mr, Semper was castigated mer-
cilessly.
"In the Council Chamber the
whole day was wasted by Mr.
Semper In Inflammatory appeals
to the rabble. In doing his bast to
promote disorder and confusion
In the City and endeavouring to
Impress the cake sellers ami
ragged urchins who surrounded
him what a wonderful man Mr.
Semper was ..."
The Globe could not, it seems,
stand Mr. Semper.
In iLs issue of March 20, 1876.
Jl proclaimed: "Wo happen to
have before us at this moment ..
statement of a case In Si. Kittl
when Mr. bemper himself de-
manded from his client 80 and
having pocketed the same took
advantage of a technicality to
refuse to proceed with the rase
units* another retainer was givei.
hun~
On April 3 Mr. Semper was In-
cluded with the Colonial Secretary
and others in the following dia-
tribe: "the rewards for service
done in the cause of Federation
would appear to be uncommonly
high and no doubt this gentleman
like Mr. Gore. Mr. Semper and
Mr. Griffith aspires to be made a
Governor some day. although the
only place we can think of at
present ns Likely to suit his admin-
istrative ability is Pelican island
and to the government of thai
spot we trust ho will ultimately
be sent."
On April 17. 1876. the strongest
language which can ever have
nppeared in the Barbadian Prfei
was printed in the Globe. 'Thi-
unpnnclpled crew", we read, a
week before disturbances began
to break out "and their more
guilty chief have conceived the
idea that by mlsrepreseniin
facts . the chartered rights of
the colony may be wrested from
our grasp ... If the evil thai ha-
been sown ji the community bears
ils bllter fruit, if the deluded vic-
tims of this design are hurried on
to their own destruction. If those
who have aroused the storm have
to resort to force to quell It and
restore order, we charge tlfcm
before God and man with the
guill of every drop of blood th.il
may be spilt and we warn them
that It will surely be required at
their hands'.
While we can all be thankful
that this kind of writing no longer
characterises the Press of Barba-
dos those lik" the Communists ami
others who have branded Great
Britain with unfeeling exploit.i-
tion of subject colonial people-
can quote this article to show thi-
exlent of the freedom which whx
enjoyed in a British colonv as
long as 76 years ago.
Our Readers Say;
Urgent Matter
SIR,Please allow me to pub-
licise an urgent matter whlct
needs prompt handling. It is very-
annoying to go home after a hard
day's work and to be disturbed by
BOfM \M-ked person or persons
who Indulge In stoniin:
The vicinity of Kensington New
lha scene of irus lawless
attack. On Tuesday afternoon and
again on Wednesday night resi-
dents and passers-by were dis-
turbed by this lawlessness. Thurs-
day night It began again.
Cant something be done about
it? Cant the Police patrol that
vicinity and make Investigations?
Every evening ho'.ses In the vicin-
ity are closed dow.. as if the people
are expecting a hurricane S<>mc-
thlni should be done at the very
earliest moment about it. Do not
legal until somebody is killed or
wminded to make invesugationa.
It Is dangerous lo the netnhbour-
hood.
JIMM1E RODGEHS.
W'ightlifttng
To the sTditor, the Adoocat*.
SIR,Please permit me a little?
space on behalf of the Amateur
Weightliftmg Association of Bar-
bados, to thank all those friends.
well wishers, the press and mem-
bers of the sporting* public who
helped In various ways to make
(he 1032 Senior Championship
the ruccess that they were.
We should like ."especially to
thank the members of ihe mer-
cantile community who so gen-
erously donated cash or prize*
As a result *Jie team was able to
tour Trinidad and lift against an
ill Ti.'nidad Team. We were
1 t by n better team
which included two Bronze Med-
allists of ihe 1852 Helsinki Olym-
pics. But our boys left an indeli-
ble impression ln Trinidad as
being good losers and fine sports-
men.
Yours faithfully.
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Hon. Sec. A.W.A.B.
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\
st^OAV. orronrit i mj
The People Of
Barbados-XX\ III
si MlAV ADMJCATE

"GENTRY"
By JOHN i-i:iiii \\ \
but wheaten bread and beer."
Hartrtrlr,.t.iT..'k""' ""'^ "' "" " " mMTwTTkX
f^a.d,*:.,f. ^.Hl"T.J^ PI!"'- >P>fm.. .d thr funeral.. CM
!^Lj?^"*"fd."" '2?.nd l1 Churches, but ,n thair home.
the bcitiniuna. ol the nghlrcmh The custom ol
century, and was a very obi
publishli
li.aini
? ,?'.?. 2" "' "" g,?wJ licence. ind by the Cov-
ing picture*, tor hi* in one which .,-. Th7 ih^ #*. ^!..
eramltha' shop, in Bridgetown ["h^v The parish^n '.'hllh"?.
Sr^*liK.rtVhr,,LP"^t "VM This buslru,* w., recorded
*** was, like Ugon, struck with in ihr Si-'Tfiirv'tntftr* Miiittifc
S'^SS.K. ??lrV,Sown- 'or i^^h 'h',,0,l^ "^
f.Tll ,Sei* i ,i' *.i?*,i. ~ irlckun. In lege' (or the Ic- sakcV
full of ships alao that the wharves 0n ,e appointed day the para
we,, cr'.mrSSni.h'a?!"^',"""; ..... "' *> -'here theT?
U.C.W.I.
(By A. S. HOPKINSON)
thronged with busl
were 'piling up furtu
distinguished visitor
Labat was naturally
who
otaQSsSt, f<>r
L*bat was naturally entcrtainod WP(.,iinff ~
by the Governor and the gentry ,_ , TiA
of the Island He appears to have '"*, '
been well phased with his visit gf '* T^ZT,?^ .T
lates that the G
teous and Intelligent: also that he
had a well furnished library and
lived in state like a prince in a
fine palace. Of the be-: families
who entertained him In Barbados,
the Father was very impressed
with their wealth, for they had
all the luxuries of the fopics, also
OLD MAPS
>iw -vjm, i". nivri minding
iE.tiL Canonical hours day or night ,.,u
m^JtZES <**' Thc reception after the
** weddini. ceremony varied accord-
the wealth of the partici-
pating families, and if these were
'1th
be asked
for but If they were poor people,
men ihe good ne'tinbour pwiicy
came into effect, for three or four
of their friends would join together
to provide the feasts, and the
wine, and of course the fiddler,
for there was dancing after the
- S!!LA'ter .V hJch*,he mc,"l'n
that they even went to the expense c,Trfymaif take* a Bermudas
of importing partridge- from ?' Dances Cheger foot with
England. Ijibat was not onlv im Ivrdam. On such occasions the,
precr-ed with the food, but by the *d Bacchus was well served, for '
wines which were served, for they a" hands, including the bride,;
were the choicest and costliest; ** drunk; and in this condition
which were drunk as good wine ,ne newly united couple went to
should be The length of time **<* in the fear of the Lord."
ihcse gentlemen spent over their .-. ..
meal was also commented on by ,,,? ^P? " n"?PTln.!n!
he Father, to, they started their '^'k?"rb,!dl"n ",m ? "' lhe "fil
dinner at two o'clock, and It was "hl~n.h ""'SP,,. V.,-l
not uncommon for It to last four C,h,r,""*2,'.?- w'*;ck *"!! I
hours. Their home, arc referred "or M"""n> Supposvs Chll-|
lo as mansions.which were su\>erli- ?rc" "d ** wom5n ' ""? ^
ly furnished; and their plate, this ,,n,c.k ,hr.' hl2l aMnerally out I
was of gold and silver and was In "">. 'neir Marrlaiaa for that
abundance. The Father belnf a "TI'ci' is done on a i
Frenchman had an eve to this, for >*vm occasions, thl
he recorded that the plunder of tlon and provl
. llins out
chulaiship money or your
The I'.CW.l. is a nnall t(>W "*}*" '""1 ' >"> ar. a
of some sla hundred acres altu- >'"""" or an exhibitionist and
ated in the hill, al Maaa, SI ""'V ""*" themselves nrj help-
Andrew, about rulhl mile. Horn i"1 M 'n"' Cr lhal
Kinistoti. I call It .. 1....I. >m>m '
' ..muilned. mori .. kill ullh nlnl* "'ul aslTlC* as
and because its atmosphere la a, """ "l,h "" matter, and if Use)
unlike that of eon>nlu.iial ' ""' "*m < " "'
collaoaa la possible. There Is not '"quill"'. >" have the eonso-
thal reelinK ol ,omin to school """ "' '""' thai it Is all foi
l.r -i or seven bouts a day nod '""r d and lhat ltd to
men packlna .our book ba| and our own "*\-tea. you would
tcolng home to Ihe n-al calitiv of tn*n nave no more money to gel
your life: there is no! that feel- ",l "'
ing ol i.ionoumed .ii-lni.11,.,1 M;' lomforting of all. the ho>-
benvaan your school and your P.IU1 < ">. U.C.W I. is ver)
home and that leellng ol i oing to '* ' "*nd and there la con-
un inslituliun u|>oii eiilcrin. llu- aequemly no Icar ol suddenl>
U.C.W.I ihai all cfeUdran must ill wiihout being abb to
hava alpeneuced when in,. nrsi **_ ,d"of. Thm Is a large
began then acadeimc eaiecrs. """ of nvrm undergoing train.
Coming to live at this iiiu.ci.it. !'/ ")'"1|Pfnd lmu,h
....akens in vnu exactly lhe
emotions as going lo lav
Port-of-S|..uc li.ii/. ,. Ha.ana
would. You are uboul lo seo a ,trm ' havT iraaler or les:
lime ..ii the I'lemi.es and indeed
nstsM of the ayoaai a arlio
. I to our meals and so forth
to hi
anrpla^rSrSado. HfK fti^"*" m^^gTmuXj: Sg- IVKS ISS
Ess iS^F- SM&nrftdSurlTiS s a"5?a-s!
ihis plate would pay the cost of
an expedition for the reduction of
K.ir Vuli
At about the same time as
Father Labat's visit to Barbados,
there was resident here one T.
udden 4 to
i with Dellb-
.. and always
fver in the
have seen
names of landowners, some of Barbados from 1880--IBM sent iradwitee and it u very douu.iul ^'"'M'"" "' d advise.1
whose names survive today. The home with his report. whether that part Is the most tp*M "-W-P lw" ,norp '" **
. . g,VMf" P'ctureague ac- Philip Lea-* map of 1685, sdiow. important. The raM hnportMll All \mir Needs*
It thai tl^T"i!nT^.0,tand',,r lh by that date the ulan.1 w aapect of life here. 1 lake It || m fcort- ,ht'"' -'re doctor-
ekeichn of wi?ni .l^^.'.r'' WeU >rtlted- !l ,s dylUKl "" over iWtiiig something btttor ten '";t ,n******
sue^ their oineM^^^ theoretical knowledge ol
inR uSrt S . ofE^" c,tU' mlU fl" uI ""'^ weie TOW lelkM West Indians. Uv.uk
h? wu3 pinrhES3 .Hd 2im\tuned toc rlQd'n niore'w.th them and reaiSn, bo ., ^-
men in ardour gaTlopSfg Tcrols ,s an ""o "wet plan of I" w v.ews. a.ms and aspimtiun. 'VT* 'l "", ^S nn ,,em wmc
lhe island-, pursuit nof fiSK "Br,d /own". Many of the'. they have quite l lot m com- Jg '- ^ ' J
undertaken in such garb with the "km? of "** *-"- * -'Skeele-s "ion with you. "J 11* g "J
Irop.cal un shining. Bay" aurvive to-day, although llnw VVe Live JhuL-T.* ??\ ., "
Ogilbys map of 1671. is very <>"" '* "SkuU Bay- are less Without being al all cut off "', h2 SI J. iyuU.""'"
colourfcil, Now, the .aland ha. Umillar. Spelghu Town" is .from teal life in the nulakta SLnriSa ^LJf^^- &&*
assumed a shape more familiar to marked with Its alternative name world,, tfie U.C.W.I. never.heles. (,?l'? h And naral-v
us today than Logon's. This map "Uttl. BrUtol". H. Moll's map manage* to maintain lls own ZSF.JPS, TSfT ^ ""
* embellished with a naive look- H17 shows road, and fortilk.,. Identity and .miividuulilv in a "^ 'J^m " ""der BM
Jng sugar mill turned by slave- lions. The latter were o....H.-1'wav thai HarrhKin Coli ~ m (W,dlons. would not
^W.ff* ^nd .b!fl,nlc,L drawn** from Lea's of 1685 as -he -i. Queen's Hoyal College
cane* .Quaker. (stance. Is merely a school situated iomewhe're
'Puppaw tree". "Suger
"Indian corne". and a "Cabage *
their houses, n.
Churches indeed I
fonta & Common prayer book!
In some of the Churches, but nev-
er saw water put in the one, or
all the Service rWd throughout
Walduck. who wrote many letters tnf other*. If the baptisi
to his friciuT In England. Fortun- wlemnised during the season of
ately these have been preserved P'*h,>. tl>e guests were well serv-
and are in the British Museum as (d for there was 'Come Shote &
Sloan mss. 2302. and were subse- Bonivesji. a Caliple of Sea Tortile.
quently published in Volume XV ;| Stude Cofum. and roasted cab-
of the Journal of the Bnrbados nretta At other th'.ngs baked and
Mtjxeiuii and Hist from which this Is taken. Wal- ym puddings." Also there were
duck as a resident could see the th- usual collection of tropical
other side of the Barbadian gen- fruits which never falls to Impress
try, and does not appear to be at the visitor from a cold climate,
all Impressed by them for he So that lhe celebration would be
claims they were two faced, show- carried through in the correct
ing one face to the visitors which frame of mind, there was served
Ihey entertained lavishly, to whom Strung, CgiyoM. Sparkling mobby.
they appeared "noble Spirited Humnrmi*Wn-im, and to crown
Generous and brave." The face -the feast' a lusty bowl of Bum
vhlch was displayed to the other Punch (alias kill devil.)." The
residents Is quite another one for naming1 of thr child was a very
he claims they wen* 'naturally important mailer, for there was
covetous pusillanimous and Cruel.' strong superstition attached to It,
He claims that after their grand if the child had a lucky name it
show In entertaining visitors at may have a great future AnoUief
sumptuous repasts, their meals point which also Impressed Wal-
were of the most ordinary and duck was the numl>er of God-
consisted of "Irish beef that has fafiers and Godmothers which a
been a 12 month in brine, Salt fish child had. these amounting to
dry Bonivess fair water or Cow- three or four each, for the climate
Jou worse than water." was not verv henlthv. and sho-ud
Likfc Labat, Walduck records there be an epidemic the child
about the hotneg Of the gentry, n-ay he left without ar-c-c to
which ho relates were once noble see after il.
places left to them bv their pre-
itfiiisssfjl but that the present The funeral of the deur depurt-
gencration was letting them run ed was another custom worthy of
lo ruin: Comparing some of these hts ""t-ee On such occasions all
with the countrv rathedrals in the fr ends and relation;-, 'w*th
England, claiming that tiiey were rich and poor, were invited to .ti-
es much neglected with bare walls tend the ceremony. All gathen-d
and einrdly furnished, just like "an at the house of the deceased, and
Empty Sepulchre, except when there was plenty to eat. drink, and
thev knew that some stranger was smoke, 'for the best feasts are al-
lo visit them, then it would be ways made at their funerals The
pretty well furnished, if there Is as amount of food, wine and ale con-
much furniture in y parish' lor sumed on such occasions was
thev borrowed everything they more fiun "all the whole palish
could from their neighbours even eats and drinks in a whole month
to the verv cutlery and plate. afterwards.' The astonishing part
The meal was specially nrranged is that even those who died in
and purchased for that daythe debt had 200 to 300 set out by
(Tread they eat and the butter that their executors lo cover the ex-
makes the Sauce Is particularly pense of the funeral, and it was
provided for the day for they keep the custom that this was the first.
neither of these In their house*, debt paid even If the deceased's
they excilse it by Saying lhe estate could just cover this debt.
Country will not afford It {but that The cortege then proceeded to the
is a lye) here is as good Veal Pork cemetery, but the corpse .....
and poultry as in G. Britain no the only thing taken, for it was
want of cows to make butter and accompanied by "len <>r 12 gallons
nothing but may be produced here of burnt wine or n Pail full or 2
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HUMBER
THE ARISTOCRAT OF ALL BICYCLES
Iree". Speedc's map of 1818 ***>* map ol 1722 s yfaelaV
would make us believe that the ""g. It is ucuicalcu .o ins ...,,
Island Is incredibly mountainous.'"f" I'uissain o* ..oob ritMs
but already the Spout St. Lucy-'-",** lirugea Uukc oi Ci.ai.uw*
has become a land mark, and ' end mere is ., uimi. m
_________________^___ "Bridge I'own anu a cuanaJh*
]propcel ol Coaruigton coi-e*-
fresh the *viui its mill ana ouiung nou-.-
sermon -.mi beyond wnicn lies Coiue..-
nd as Bay ana mUiing noats.
ncn map uj 11 Urn Oi
I..nun..; names v
^l^&nZZS^S^^toS* av.ll.blc wuhou,
.il nf nmung aiound and Invon
lenee, wBom y.-o nnnoi Hi.
wtlhin the mm d
in Bridgetown: the U.C.W.I hi
1 not ,. school but a
.ommunity. lhe diner.-..
that peoplf live in tin? one place
tui do not in the oUkV
of Rum-punch
people (for a funeral
makes thesn squeamish)
soon as the burial was _.
the attendants assembled In the 1708 give*
Cmreh iKirrh 'iniimj ,i>. ii...... *
hundred aerssj of territory uiio.
Which tht. U.C.W I stands Shorn,
> >"* nit.l loothpusli>, ionp or sol
drinks, you can always get then
.i^aj,.,,,.;;::::;::.:':::;;::
nccssar, 1 ,.. ,.,, , ^ m<< ^ kj
hardly
Kin. itoo novsj
Church porch around the liquor S(
and 'drink* 'n ..... -* "^
charm
md -drinke to the obsequies of =TE x " .,
he defuncl. smoke drink untill /li A ", J"
5?L*~,nS Tinkers, and { iLfSSJSK.
th
never think of th
wards
The rivalry which existed be-
tween the gentry, especially the
Moon and
dead allcr- ScuU,nd "
ncn we reau
for ivincii i
(or Had
Juviere d'Eco -. i,
Hivct, but t\i\ii bay
nid KMUiutauy kou u*y .
The U>pez map ul 17(H) also
month; most
"htuinubl.
than
of the necessities
nn gnd i

ol -t.
Should
0O the premises n ,ilK|ents um n imH.h r ,
The ladies of course, due to Ihell tibuin-i ,(B1.,. 1(,ll(.s g MBClil
greater fastidiousness and ..,..,,,,,. ,,,., ,..... ,;.,,;,.".,.,'
varied pcroonal needs, llmi that ,< ,.,.
they must visit the I p|l
slderably ortencr. but the l
age man does not have to go
far to pick up his little odds a
onds. There is u post offli
you
omen in matters of dress, in mM**B every day names sound
those days Is very similar to the l{omafn,*; ,or " aruu oi au
nine which exists to-day; and the Luy becomes "Panoqdla u
rnmpelitlon in dress material was Santa .Lucia", but even Uie Span-
carried to the extreme Walduck '*rd can do nothing with soul
velates that on one occasion one.Bay.
gentleman of rank whose
was quite a setter of society fash-
ion, bought "a Charming Manto
Sc Pelttcoat of bragnde Silk the
richest that ever came to this
Island." and she wore this to a
b,.ll Vlth a portc & A're' that in-
i-reascd the envy of another ladv
who liked to consider herself the
leader of the fashions. The frus-
trated one then visited every shop
in town until she discovered a
remnant left *of some yards'
which she .inunedfalely bought
with the same trimmings that th'
lady had. Sho then went
Wayo's map corrected and im-
proved by Jeffrie* m 1778, has
two interesting sketches of Bar-
bados as viewed fium the so. a
and 7 leagues away ihc diffii-
encc is surprising. The liai i .,
of the plan of Bridgetown aft< r
Ino lire of 1776 shows how mu> i
of the city was devastated.
Of special inteicst is c.ijit. -i
P. de Barralllvr's map of Drid... -
town and Carlisle Bay 1818 aril l
two projects to alter the tan- -
age; and a photostat copy of tl e
Plan of Tort George on Moi t
exhibition of Map:*
on 2nd. November.
"filch em i
oiho
home and privately made a petti-
coat for her negro serving woman.
When this was completed she sent
out invitat'ons to all her friends
including her 'enemy' the leader
of the fashions. This lady appear-
ed In all her fine apparel to find
that she was being walled upon
ty a Negro woman wearing i
petticoat of the same material
and trimmings she herself was
adorned in. She considered that' ITiea. o> o. OsnaaasslMM
.81. wan. hn. nrob,d . ,"', lilluS, mbe M
SH Ktift "J"-""! I" no.hl,im,,,r.vcOmcc, ', K'V.. h.-
been appolnlcd Admimstralor at
whl.ll >uu visit on.i ..k mi
lo collcrt InrnniliiK in.ll. Tli.ri
ii|aii rcqucat an
... ihc mi cssargad In rw
lint. Sh .iiM ..hi v ,.,it |n I i
l.lc-yclc anil in.'.....i .. i, .,
ban i. ..I BBsUtti) Issflavnalbsfl iii Mi
Icllcrs iiikI i I ,,, illt, Mi,
pin B 1,> .iimlhi .
iiniforl.ilily ba
'"""'" ------------ "" .....>".""K |,,| fol ..,,|J1..| m u,.. )(w^ ot
can be tilled up MM .11. ,, ,,. , ,,r,.
7T" V'.llbr"r>' " ln," '"'" quarter ,.r ml
aa beautiful, or in........, H Iht , ........ t,v.lH-.i tH-forc "
.ver,.,. mi,., in Ihe 1 imI.i.m ........id a illsli.iu
town.. The bunk ..l,., ,l,elf ,: ., , ,.........,........ ...-."J":
llltle distance li, 1.....1 III. ,. |, ,.....,.
university and can i- dapendefl ordei um I,., rou advtai m 1
upon to supply most 1.1 the tel , ihl. iy|H. ; |jv ,, ,.vcn
and other l.iks that t,,e ulide, . .,. |,K, anairnc I.., 11
eradu.tcan.-cd. An ,1 .. .,,, |....... .....
room called the Junior ( "luii'im | .mi would like to ha
Room v'htre the StUdaMi gaUhfl .,.. ,,........, ,, ,,, ,(f Injk ,, ,
at night lo chat or smoke or l:.i 1 | ,,, ),,,,. In ,|.
adrink, pcrlMp. tod.in,......iUj .,,.. ,,,m). , .
table tennis. This clu........n Ii ocdei -..... i......i......,i
well stocked with inag,i/ines end in during the night *#l
gramophone records and has a appasldlelUa, hollti kw
id a udlogram .is well l(( disturb your MlgjJ
There is a laige dramwUr theatre ,ill imme Charily by Lt. Colonel Walk. r. 'which serves as a sort of town keeper who vm'II immi-d
These arc but a sample of Urt ""
Mr. Thorp To Succeed
but Norwich Stuff ever since
ffZ&^f^S^M'^' H-c^'rc?, Sc 2
t.ciitry,' the Brl.lijc Ba.u,, u,. '
Scotland People,' and lhe Tee
ward Folks.'
(T,i la- enntinucdl.
hall In which the more Important lhe hospital and bcf>
fornvil functions .,. i. ;, | -, ,,t whal
was even a dame ball With poiMd, Ihg olteiiiiuu
rcpute Jamaica but it was carried off >ourself will be lying in kssfl
during the hurricane.'Most lm- patiently at.cndc<) upon Uy thi
M_ portant of all th.re .,,. lhe i.nspital mii.lii %i.iff
T. OtOW In St. Lucia oflkes, which correspond to tin- Aii .
government departments of ,i lam paeuliai i- the rivwi and
capital city and it is from Uiesa pronlaod in Uud week's instal-
headquartar.i th.it the university .ienl. would ft rme lomph-le
Is really ruled, especially whore irtJcU tor itself because, though
financial inatUra are concerned very simple in its structure, il i
Each student has an account at so very different from iiiiytlnnif
the olllie and is supposed \ Ifl ! found in any part of Ihe
watch carefully over it. From m. V.Y I In.iies th.d we ought it-
experience of the way this make .1 pain u .mil account has of dwindling, he had 'if it. tacitly .admitting that
11*4(1 to 45 ,n,l ,,,.,, fn!I brMrr ilitary rank of Captain After j b"nkP*J'' The oAV* BNil H OUf thsMr immatuiity. h.ive u bett.i
proceeding on leave to the' D*nlt "'*" nrul "'hatever monO) BUtJooll on social Ufa than tl en
United Kingdom he 1- rl , )n si you happen to have in.r be poranta, tJsd DM) NMatYlMy Ik-
February next. entrusted to them for safe Keep- sbla to bsaeh them unethlng.
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BACKACHE
Try this for relief!
your bauk when 7011 Konp and.
at other times, there u a dull and
continuous ache, the c.ii" can very
often be traced to the kidney* 7 hew
vital organs should filter pots -as oat of
tbs sytMeiti but sontrtmni lugKish kmi 1 oogttted ami the "jaclsssma .
you (. m Niim-'i way o) WaaTntnt;
you thai your kidneys need ass.stnncc
A trueted medxine (or ..in purpoae is
D Witt's Pills Thry have cleAnauig
nd antiseptic sction on the kidney*, (ulixnif
to soothe them, tone them up and restore them
to function naturally. There is a long rMorit
ol sneceM behind I>e Witt's Piiis. which have
reliewiK ullecer in many parts of die
world for over hall a cen-ury.
If you could r-ad een a few of the grateful
letters sent in by backache asaTsrari who have
found relief alter taking De Witt Pills yon
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PAQi
SUNDA* ADVOCATE
Mobile Cinema Goes to St. John
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1. lSt____
DR E. B. CAF.TER awaical eaV.
Dimui* to a crowd of 600 at Co.
Wcdnesdaj night
On lb fasUorcn of the Mobile C
rlgbl Dr. Carter. Mr. V. B V..
*rt>sid>Bt of Uic Barbados Pbsm
Tbnius, Assistant flupervtaer of V
143 Candidates
Confirmed At The
Cathedral
The Lord BuJiop. Rt. Itev Q
L. G. Mandeville. conllrmeU 143
pai-ii candidate* at St. Michael's
Cathedral ycslvrday at 7J0
o'clock
Thie wan the second and Uui
set of candidates to be eoiitlrmed
*ho were being p.coared during
tta* pa The candidates wen* presentci
to Or- Lord Bishop I,, ft
Rev. Dean Hulewood
Of the candidate* 4J .
and men md th. ottM n i
women and girls.
Unlike the first set to be eon-
rtrmed fait week who took Holt
Communion immediateJv nftei
ih^ eanSnrurttDt), rhl* last et will
yiajtheir llr-t .ommunion next
Although the connrmatirKi took
plaw on a Saturday rnornini: ihi
Dean said, the CnlhMt ,l a ,
tin well packed.
Police Hand At
Esplanade
K I Mlchehn. O BE, Comoill-
moww I Police Band
conducuid bv Sgt c. Archer will
He following programme
of Musk at the Bay St. EsphmmK
inn evening commencing at 4.4f.
f St John lecturing on Oeserai
*"ii Plsjitauon yard, Bt. John on
.:ema with Dr. Carter are left to
{ban, HOP. Mr. P. B. Oltou.
L.enUeal Bedaty, and Mr. B B.
Mfl Education.
Man Fined tor
Stealing Sugar
Aiphouso Clarke tM) of Baj
.ttreet, w. Michael wa:
tmed o to oe paid in 14 ua>* or
HO muiuns' imprisoni..
n.ld labour U> Mis fcoiMiu. ..1|
i L. Walwyn lor stealing ., bag
i *ugar on Otto
- <> BlM lad kuiIu BaBgn
""i* hun. Mis Worship Mr
Waiwyn toki hUu thai Lb
tie committed wtl enougi.
"0 go to prison but |n view of the
lacj that he- pleaded gunt> aod
uad no previous conviction.- In
*i>uia not send him to prison.
Cjst Clarke attached to the
l;'"W Post told Ihe court (bat on
lAtooer IS about 4 2U ajn whlMrt
>n uuiy on Bay Street he saw in II
o.-fenaaat carrying a Lug of suga..',
on his head and asked mm whe,J|l
ne gut in* sugar from. The de- 1
lenoant said tnat he had got the
ugar from the warehouse of S,
msaon.
A* long
laptMfa > U B| saad mere at
. ii e i e win be gonorrhea BDd
bag IWQ OH i meaol'ii
i-u; iu lo-aay, Ui.
^ It Cat.er, hseuical unices oi
n ul a. JbBB loid ..
iowu o. 4iKi w a icture on
tcono.iav nigni wbao uw
400il Liuama halo a nun six**
it Colleton PiaaUlton Yard, Si.
mil.
Or. t Is Carter was inlr-
nuced to ma auatapea by Mr. V.
vaugtian, M.c.p.. who aaad
ial he anew Of. Carter Iu be i
,iiy -ioau lectuicr ana wu auru
, i.c.jone arOttW I
Kiiuie.
uaiun Ui. C-itti uvgan h
lecture, air. 1. Canaleaaal.
.^upviviaor of \ uual aAiucauon
.ui mat 00 was glad U> aae ao
iiii> pwopic bi.ivc ine waaiiier.
...i ueparUneo ol gesWalsOU
..ju ueun cxpeximeuUng oo a
-tew type ol piogianunc and uu>
uejr haa cnueavouied to get Um
.ii mt. of special speakara m
.jnuUa paxta of the Island Ui
lure on different subject*.
Dr. Carter llrsl named Uie
vypvs of disease*. He said tbai
uaiore they o>uld undersiau'.
.iuo.it tit-eases, be would have Ii
iiiissify the diseasesi for thvn
.U- ntst dealt wiih Ueiormity ao^.
cal .viecmimc.o
nd Ctivnucal Olseaaaa.
There was uo dbeaae reall.v
n sypiulia. It could aim
nuulu be avoided (or the dau-
!! were too great.
Gonorrhea is unuihei aujea-
nl lainpant to-d-y and people
.ould be aaved only If ihav woulJ
eek the auvice ol B doO
iinugli Gonorrhea can be cured
ui 24 hours if u i> attackad mi-
a-diately.
PenlcilUn can certainly eura
this disease In 24 hour-. Many
nen ,ind women are cured tin-
Blj
eaa ai fejtan) ,
ot ...toticd agau
' cagjBi next loucneo o.
is. He said thai uus
"WglBIBI is commonly caUea
.''ii or cough 0>
many sn the island, 'rnu i- tn-
otssBt lerrlbi'. cooBplauit and can
Da easily avoided.
Coki* are dangerous and the
.vpuluau ol a peraon with a ooid
-lataius million* ol germs reauj
w attack a weak conslituUou.
> eople in Baibadoa should not
i ave Uu fliaeaae for the climate
is too noudarful and thare is
always sunshine. Bui Userv are
niauy who close up their inusc.
id would uot permit Use sun to
< ut*r. Uoder these cood Uom.
; uuerculoeis can grow and
thrive.
II the body H uot ui good con-
> ilion it will succumb to osscasc i
l 'id it is imperative that people
iould care tneir bodies. Typhoid.
i a disease due to lilto but)
tanks to new discoveries the |
i .sea*c is under control. Once
i vphold was a disease of six
weeks' duration but now this
sease can be cured in four or
i ve days.
There were a law cases m the
r is.li of St. John but only one
tasB was fatal.
Dr. Carter concluded his le>-
'.ie by saying that up to now no
rt.iin cure has been found for
i nicer but i( career Is caught in
lie early stages there is hope.
During the lecture the crowd
i -i-iuM attentively and after Dr.
( arter had finished his lecture,
.e man asked him to speak oi.
i lundice.
A film sht.w .itKiut the venereal
. baSsatratBd the lecture.
I showed how a clerk and a
i leton worker can.e to their
wnfall thrmigli Ignorance.
Mr F. S. Olton. President ol
Ihe Barbados Phnrmaceutlcol
Society moved-the vote of thank*.
f
\
Mui.h Igi Reine Do Saba"
_
ire "ZmnBi" Herold
Spanish Dam No, I k fi
-Mas:kou)sl;i
Two Pis
i 1 i Humoreske Dvorql
(2l Lift up Youi llearl Hu,-.
unto Glrr
Ifoi. kf
lion"A Co
6 Oratorla-
in i Know >uv rtiflgmn,
I. iv.'!
ffdiidr,'
(2) He Shall fee.1 His Flock
. Handw
7 8eTenatn-"I^nr in Idleness"
Macbeth
8. Oratorla "Thi- Heaven* are
Telling" Hoyaler,
i
I M Erern.il Fithr,
toldlan of Chri-
He arrested hurt and look luii
i the Bridge l'uel where the dt
vudunt made a voluntary state-]
.nent.
A clerk of S. V. Musson 1 Co.,
I.td said thai ihe ba^ of sugar was
the property of his llrm and was
ilued at 3.
Sgt. Alleyne attached lo CatvtraJ
I'lillce Station prosecuted on be-
hali of the Police.
I '-i win It
Forty-year-old Bctlraiu Sm-li
Whitehall, Tenantry, Si
Michael was yesterday rernandiii
until Octobve UU l,\ it. W..ishii
Al I U W..IA.H, Pelioa Magis-
uate ol Dtsliul "A", chaigcd with
.ttemptfd lieartiality with a sheep
'ii October 17
Sgt. K. W. King atUched to
mtral Police Station is prose-1
utlng for the Police. Bail in theP
um of 30 was allowed. f
i.i -|v ii n POLICEMAN I
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
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Nine Qualify For
Certificates
Nine nut of ten candidate*
from UM Alleyne School have
lallln t ei-tll;i';.U-S fniMi Ihe
Oxford and Cambridge Schools
Fxarninatlon Board, with pasaer
ni Ordinary Level a* follows:
MOTS
K P. BRANCH: EngliUi i-um Lain.
i A BOURNF kiifluip, Enilisti
I- Kn* law. Latin. EUtti Mains
tnrt, with Oral.
K N. JORDAN Scrlplurr. EiiUOi
In*. Rnallah I.ltaialurr
A A mtBtXTT Ens Lang Oral
''MS.
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it V WATVy BQ I"
QgjsV
i I Mlll.KI AM II K..w I-.H I-.IID
C HUSRANDa s.>.ipiur*. Ei. Laafl.
. Liu. latin
K U LVMCM. Mcilpturr kaia LmbV
i I.m Utln
."amswi
La vine Stuart, a 40-year-old
domestic servant of no llxed place,
>>f abode was found guilty of re-,
slsting Police Constable Marshall
>esLcrday and fined 10/- by His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn. This
tine Is lo be paid in 14 days or 14
lays' imprisonment with ham
labour.
Sluurt was misbehaving herself
it. Nelson Street arid was spokci
Putting on The Roof...
r Iroublea, I u. until we saw our local
MAJOR agen and IScy explained how
ything wu ihe help ol Ihe simple,
trong eoi i mell made poadbl* In qulek-
UNIMET MAJIil! slecl li.un.w.iik The
nOSfilaBl lo tolivillve UH'
niiiv w|. -frankly it has proved
imomlcil and there's no worry over
proofed, reen caaawllad Dm.
'ork. over wo teflon We used UNIMET MAJOR
1 -,| with ..iu ii- i ,.nce and for all' Oh! \rs
our number's 3713.
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to by Marshall but she continued
0 misbehave. When he attempted
o arrest her. she pulled away
in and hit him uilh one of hei
'*- on his forehead.
Ills Worship Mr. Walwyn alao
:ied her 5 for blackguarding on
"is.m Street. In ease this One U
jt paid In 14 days >.he will have
> undergo 14 days' imprisonment
iin hard labour.
Police Band Played
At Almehouse
i Ml-: Police Band under the
s Joseph on Friday evening and
gave an Open air concert at 9t.
Josephs Almshousc Yard.
There was a selection of popu-
1 ir Music and the Inmate* In the
ilmshiHise Gallery, and residents
i the surrounding areas on this
.vlmshouse yard, danced and
vayed to the strain of Music.
The Band i* expected to gl'
Itccital of Music at this sari
.Imshousc at Christmas this year.
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Si SIIW OCTOBER 19. 1M
SI \li\\ \ MK-ATK
I M.I I I I \ I S
Thi- Irrhbiihap iff \ttrk Warn* I'liinnvr*
A Methodist Holv \earM4I\ CANT BE SATISFIED
WITH FOOD OR CIRCUS
ll> Itrv. I-"K.'-XCIS l.lHMI\
If one rosy compare small These and many more, are in
I' ihlnfs and people with large ones, the Hymn;.!* anil on the lip* of
", like St. Paul, do not think well the I'niversal Church Perhaps
i and seasons" in Religion when the present series of "Buc-
(Gal IV 10 R.V i I much prefer eaneer" stories, and "our Com-
and weighty dictum of irmn Herltasje" biographies are
erl and saintly Dr Ught- cimutattd there may be room for
<>p of Durham for a few
the middle of the last
"The Christian ideal."
. "is a Holy Season ex-
the whole year round
may I
,Cha
i picture of both Charles and his
more commanding and famous
brother
(21 What ua. and is. a Metho-
dic Have we all a clear and
correct conception of this kind of
Christian person?
The question is largely an-
swered by the account given
above of the character and con-
duet of those first specimens
whom the name was coined to
ridicule But John Wesley him-
. self also answered it often, and
evtl and the good wUh characteristic clarity.
the )ust_ and tho oar|y <, , for movement.
. the habitable
and a Priesthood co-e*ten-
HSS human Race." That
s to me to agree much better
the numerous passages of
ripture which proclaim the
"versatility and free dispensing
r Divine Love and Grace. For
ample: "He maketh His
I rise on thi
I sendelh
I unjust." Or the words of the u aprMd~ through the coun-
Christ to the woman at the ,ry He wai , .act prett> well
In Samaria: "Woman, the obliged to do so. for he and his
cometh. and now is. when brother and the few fellow cler-
this mountain, nor yet gvmen who assisted them.
j?Jerusalem, nhall men worship gelher with the other helpers
exclusively) the who were enrolled later Mr*
Vlther <;! i' a Spirit nnd they constantly attacked and challenged
that hip Him must worship by oiher .lergy and publicists.
|^^t ,n *Pr.t and in truth." And < >ven by Bishops and even an Arch-
always fitting and bishop (York) as well as bv the
stable, mobs in the streets and fields.
oft*fi organised, alas' by clergy
yet. average human nature and magistrates and other official
it always be at its high tide parsonage,. So h* wrote ami pub-
Tellatlous fervour and good ih>hed vigorous "defences" and
lo> We have to allow for up* appeals" addressed as lie put it.
downs, periods of full en- ,)( ,h(. ..Men n, Reason and R"-
Jiusiastic activity, followed by ligjon". and naturally Included.
relaxation and then again by re- continually, definitions and ex-
! vival. So a "Holy Season" may be |anatlons.
permitted and even be rational
and helpful. Here is one of these, an early
sample: "A M-thodist If. one wh-
Surh a season the worl.l wide lives according to the method laid
Methodist Church is planning for down by the Bible"a somewhat
next year. 1953. and I propose to novel view and pattern of lif
describe and explain the plan and then, if a commonplace Idea tn-
programme in this article. day. Here Is another, addressed
directly to the Archbishop who
It is fitting to mention also that hjl() ^MlllllWJ the clergy of his
the B.C. Church recognises this [,.,, mcc nd dlstribut'd a pam-
aspecl of human nature and .imct entitled "Ohservations
Christian living very fully and lhfl conduct and Behaviour of
arranges from time to time for cpft^n sect, usuallv f.ist.nguikheo
special seasons and big stimu- by the name of Methodist." in
lating rallies, as for example, the w'hich ho condemned Wesley's
Eucharistic Congresses in Rome or potions as he called them.
some other great Catholic centre. ^ ^ ^^^ wply.
Prrlimi^ry Points. But before M> \a^R$l*
I launch out on my main thesis, is the loving ofMm*'"1 ''
there are two introductory points heart and our neighbours asour-
whlch It seems desirable briefly selves; and in^ .S dilnVgll
m deol with >n* H"0"1 *" evU and ^oUlK d"
to deal with. possible good to all men."
(1) The Nome Method*.Many d f ,hU artlc,e
zealous members of the dcnomioa- .*"? p|e *, described?
lion do not, I fear, know the jjn*
ire two dangers against The ers*i fM thrill-, and sensa- '
hich the Christian democrat must tion.il gsteib valenie
be on his guard: the vastness and of nervous disorders and pessitn-
omplicaiion of the machine? ism which mark so misrh of'
necessarily set up to effect social modem literature an -11 ^mp-
reform und tu exalt the machine tons of man's rc'tlessnc> ang
above those whom it is meant to dissatisfa< I
benefit, and the plan sometimes He will never be aatuned either
becomes more important than ,y food or circus
thoae foi whose sake it is designed God has placed salt on man's'
We must never forget that ma- |>. and he will be thirst
hlnery and plans, however ad- h has aajawhsrl his thirst by t'.e
mirable. are only a means to an waters of lift
SfSJUTi'3' U*?d.?lt!i?!!irg; SpJntual security Is therefor*
estpoaslble number of individual ,,&<, w,u ,s ,.,,.,
m*" and womn. i t only religion give tin
Phrases such as "the common i red a few days ago an eniiy
fj^.s. l^!^..w,i,"*I..m*Z ln Beatrice Webb's recently pub-
hide the fact that the "good and hlhrd dlarv sh* wss a oble and
'welfare are not vague abstra. unJrlnsh woman who gave herself
lions but the rood and welfare of unsparingly In work for her fel-
nuroerous individuals, each with lows But she felt intensely the
m. s.v.ii It is fatally easy to think of nCVCr gained
people in the mass, to lump them Shr wrote, "/ qm haunted u-ith
together and label them scientitl- he fear lUl all mV struooles may
.-ally; but when this Is done the be in vain, that disease and deaifi
individual soon betomes looked are the ends towards which the
upon as an item. individual, the race, and fhe trholr
The Professor of Modern His- conreirable ii'ini-rn arr murmg
lory at Cambridge recently u'ltri relenileis certaint:.
warned us that "a dangerous con- then she sddf. "The certainty jhu<
iuring trick is liable to be involved an ahsrracf bssssfi an swltttsel ba-
it r i-ver turn 'love your neigh- ipfred by lore u'as acrire in fir
bour' into 'love mankind.' for It uuircrsc and that human beinps
is easier lo love the collective were amung his agent would
noun rather than the people, and fransforfu even the life of material
to reserve one's compassion for miser" int" a pilirri"iaue In
strangers at the other end of the J-caeen "
world."
It was said of one French I inily ielievs not in .u
volutionist that "he loved aU man- abstract belnc. Inspired by lovft
kind and hated his kindred." bul '" ' U01 (d who raveatM
There can be a hard, soulless Himself in the life of Christ
efflciencv In social machinery un- In Christ as shown in thr Cos-
ies* legislators and administrators pels we see both the low i 1 God,
keep steadily In mind that they and man as God meant him to bo.
i ,: not with masses and In the knowledge and service
cases but with living human of God the individual can alone
beings very like themrelves. fulfil hia true nature and accom-
Efllcient planning and organ!- Psh the purpose for which he
satlon, though producing greater was created.
wealth, may become a curse and In the life of God H I Of ksfl
not a blessing if they undermine h. will find true freedom and hnp-
individual initiative and respon- pincss. For no answer to the ous>
libillty. tion "What is man?" Is complete
The other danger Is that in con- unless It takes into account that
entrnting on the physical and man has a soul as well as a body,
nental welfare of the individual and that he is called to h>
his spiritual nature may lie neg- xen of heaven as well as of earth
lected for man hns n soul as well BEATRICE WEBB, u-ife of Sidnep
as a body, and if the soul is al- Webb. later Lord Psfleli. w
lowed to iUrvo Whlta U bo.i> i* a leadino Fabian and fheoru- of
well fed there will follow restless llie Socialist Parti/. .She died hi
ness and disillusionment. 1941, aaed S.
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should be all right,
origin of their appellation, not to *^fc1 T lmnW And while many.
speak of the vast company of ad- Srv"^! pre*nt day Methodists
herents throughout the world and Jg nnJ a,^ mCMUre up to that
the surrounding
lookers.
The name was given as a term
of good natured ridicule and
mockery to a little company of
under-graduates at Oxford Uni-
versity 200 odd years ago wtien
the Wesley brothers. John and
Charles, were connected with that
.i MH*.r Aim VAMUB issoHrMxr ix srom
hllh .landard they arc on thr
whole. I lubmit. fairly Kood Chris-
tian, and quitf good clUiens.
Ortlrtfi of HM >dco ond U mon-
Ino. The plan orlnlnaled and
come to birth at an Ecumenical
I universal, world-wide) Assembly
of Methodist leaders from all the
linds, held at Oxford. Ensland, In
ancient and famous seat of lcam- tne Mriy fall of last year, such
ing. and because of the precise Ecumenical gatherings are ten-
iind regular (methodical) way in year events, held alternately in
whick they kept "the rules of Brllaln and U S.A. the two chlel
study and conduct laid down in centres and first held In 1871.
the statutes of the University." |t was widely felt that the
They were also nicknamed "The Methodists the world over In their
Sacramenunans" and The Holy millions were one great '""''J
Club." nd that they ought to meet, to
generous representation followed
That little group was at llrst full reports, from tlrne^lo lime
(1728 o, thereabouls) under the t express the family feeling, t.
leadership of Charles, hi. brother review work done and the Jene-
nav.ng graduated and been or- flcienl results achieve. "a"'
dalned lad gone lo work a. curate plan yet more extended opera-
wuh lhe,r falher. Ihe Rector of tions In the future. So the t.>
Epworth and Wroote in Uncoln- Assembly was arranged o and
shire Hut in I72 John wa. elected K has been repealed to this day
j Feilo v of Uncoln College and >l the .en y*UJnttrrA "2*3
returned lo Oxford and by reason the one for .Ml Wl. IMjJontd
of hU four or live years' seniority besause of the war until
and his stronger personality meaning and purpose of Mils I
quickly took over the position of ],JJ<'|J'V Ye"r ls world uhI,-
leader and teacher. extension of Evangelism. In har- ;
. ., mony with Ihe first uprising nnd
CMrle. Wesleif. I am .trongly ^. (p, ,no Mclnod, mOTe-
lemptod to pause here and Iryt" Al, |, t be carried
sketch brleny this second gifted iii. " M .mc| ,, po.^ble |
and inspired preacher and cvange- |5agtga|l)l> melhiHlpersonal ,
list who helped so largely tolay DDeai i,ouse to house vhitati"".
the foundations of the new Eng- re j,,, meetings, revival mis- j
land which developed richly In B^nI ln all tnc thousands of |
the auceeedliui nineteenth cen- Cnurrhes and chapels, distribution
tury. Ho needs to be introduced (ll i,teralure, much corporate
to the present generation; he has p^ycr. visits to big workshops i.nci
been obscured by hi. more prom- ,rtories etc. etc But no IOMF ,
inent and famous brother. tizlng! And the present year u |
. vi. was puuuxd to use as a Ume of
He wms the youngest of hi. -J^uo,,. spreading the news
Mother's extraordinary fam- -gj^g every Methodist interested (
ily of nineteen children, thirteen >nd natty 1o help.
of whom lived to reach'maturity. ____
He was a more emotional and Now il is calculated that there
elouunit peacher than John, are 40 to 50 millions of Wesley s ,
hut he did not possess his mex- children in Ihe <".!&,
orable logical force nor his calm the Ove rent nents In thi sl.rals
and amailng orginusing gift. But of < ^'^g'J',*',S
he wm above all Ihe poet of the "Jf'"1 r' rrn. ,h.il SlSSilWy
Revival ond is said to have beer, that ,0 ,,"' e^.ged In next
the .uthor of over 6 000 lryrlc.1 '"^"J^",,,,,! ," ccccl ,n win- I
composilion., half of them Hymns )Mie l;itnvvn each, that would
portraying a full-orbed Gospel J|w enrolment of an addi- ,
and rich spiritual experience fQUr , llvc millions.
For example: "Jejus. Lover of
my aoul." "Oh for a thousand To wnal end or purpose'" May 1
tongue* to sing My Great Re- not .ay the extension of rtghteous-
rleemer's Praise." "Love Divine. ness. peace and social well being
all love, excelling." and surprls- | all the world- a most desirable
inglv. that charming song prayer achievement, surely. Shall we nol
for little children: "Gentle Jesus, all wish trie Hob '.,... !>ii..ess
meek and mild. Look upon a and even do .Kir bit to help to mat
little child." ol?
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
si Mill iXTOBF.K If. IM2

Gomes Commission Report
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RKTOHT ol '"' 0"lMlni ls> Interchangei conUnatri and as following upon the expiry of the
;. Um owmti Slum Om rlTr!2?1* >
tor* givins aj1d.-ne* epplied to both statutory author.- IVcwis ons> Ordinance. iM4. fl*
rgttnh were M for permission to letnovv the the lath Aujust. iSl. they
i:,dividual> -nd twtnly- pasace which tr*> had '^n *< >*"
one othc.s gave rtatlmcnU on comix-Hod to pr y^*^Z_ -
~ has request. Oral evidence i ivcn 6 Um 10th August. 1951. |? **"* *!,*,,
mndred and forl>-two th. temporarj pr-viaioo. of the Jhe "^jySjg* nfl^Jdlh.
Corp.^ -rson wIUinhi, o whom nineteen gay* Ordinance above-mentioned ex- gLfi2Li bSi hi could no"
whOU or has been an officer .- latlon to two or pired because a resolution of the i'l^i^h^LJ*" !for toe SS-'
or in the employment ..I bm> of enauirj. The Leisl.tlvo Council was not -PProee "">*** fnr ,no M
Corporation. t ommlaaaon sat (or this purpose parsed to keep them in eperatlon .*.. ,-_. k.
Tolli* aUcebencj SU Hu*b*t ,> thirty-eight day- I M -nd by the end of the same
Km\ Has. i. i.V.U(.. iK'ison* srho fave evidence Is month the Council. . :orwarded with our report. cation of the (Inn, ({ranted per-
6. f"i do away with the
councillor" Is used lo include passage which had been ImisU.i
njn". on for (uur year* by tooth the
V.Y B0fj hBM Lha hODOUl to Council and the Shun Clearance
submit our Heport lor your mn- Committee on the advice of their
technical oflVers and In keeping
into tin- PAST L with their policy. It is that action
mono*.' ITEMS OF ENQUIRY AND by the Council, In passing; and
G.B.E.. C U
and Commander-in-Cm* i
.rid over the Colony of
Trinidad and Tobago.
Your ExrelU H- )
1. On the 15th October. 1951.
vou appointed us i
itiissionvrs
affairs, ndnv
men! ..'id conduct of the Port-o
Spain Corporation and tin
activities nnd conduct of ass)
person who holds or has held an>
corporate office in the Corporation
and of any person who tl i
been an officer or in tho employ-
ment ol the Corporation.
Our terms of reference were
as follows:
enquire and report on
the anturB, admin Ut rat ion.
management and conduit of
Port-of-Spain Cur]
FINDINGS
places are called upon
vide a ground floor geusa#e-
way and an eight-foot space
open to the sk> at the rear. The
latter has already been en.
croecbed upon by the erection
of the itairway at the rear.
If the passageway ii elimin-
ated -
(a) Waste and storm water
drains will now through
the body of the store and
in cases of heavy down-
pours the store may be
fcoodatj
(bl The sewer line and
water mam will course
through the store an,;
may be even covered
over by fixtures, ate.
<' Dustbin*. 4c, will have
to be emptied through
the storr
goods, crockasry, sic, will
have to be opened in a"-!
emptied from the stpre
causing great inconven
encc to employ)
customers alike."
nd
In the ordinary course tin
_ abide by City Engineer, being in sgr-
m, yet at the menl with the reaaona adveaced
pproving the plan which was
submitted for the purpose, that
the passing by the Coun.il of \s the subject matter of our
the Port-of-Spain Corpora- inquiry.
n Friday, 31st August, 7. Tne communication* through-
1M1, ol certain plana in out the year* from the owners
.onnectiun with certain work to the Council nnd to the Corn-
to be done on the premises mltU-e reveal a course of conduct
known and asecased as 48. on the pan of the owners which
<4uecn Street, Port-ot-Spam, Wa, u,,n muneari* and deceitful
and the < trcurafttances attend. knd indicated that from the out-
ant thereon." set they had every intention of
1. In the year IM1. Messrs. iBnoritn/ the authority of thorn
. rnnajn At Sons, Uenor.il ,,t.iiutory bodies,
mta of 48. Queen Street, g. Although the New Year of
nd the activities and -.,f-Sp.tin. .hi.ired to re- iQ48 produced iipolosjLee to the
person who holds or has construct their business premises. Committee for tbair past conduct
in) corporate office in lh* Before thai could he done it was and requests for extensions of
atattanbasH OB the Bra to submit ume to undo what ought not to
bo la or has been an ofl*- a p|an f re-construction for the have been Hun. ,m xpreasions
Mployineiit of the ,.,(1|v,l| ,.l tin- Council and, a-, of their Intention
Corporation with particular re- Ull, ggfajdaag were In a special uny future dlrectlc.
lo lum clearance area duly declared laim- time llity were making i>y the Medical Officor of Health.
fe.1 the uaailiiii bv the CouO tl wrtl under the provisions of ..ppllcntions to the Council to be *
r'utS-Sp'm cS-ihlBm O* H l .. I clleved of doing wh the? '" of he.r deeijion, ijd ^r.
uoration on Friday, 31st ~ '"- informed the Committee would ''I n""*1 *ou "'*' !,,,.
nil 1 * ?. Wu#n 2. Al all raMvanl Umci Ihe ""*-, bowevcr. proved ;iborUv: nc
Strct purl-of-Spuln, add Slaver waa :. nwmlwt f that 9- il W lo be otatrved thai U,c mumiej were recorded sod the
law circwnwnce atwndjnt comniaiee .ind lhe Medi.nl '.'""';? peraiateoUy malnuined ir,(oimation betor. us was Inaul-
Uaereoo; .fllcer M He..llh ..f l '"c?* S" miSTf 'Si' '..... '^''^^^'{^"~^'^-i"^n'm n wh*' '"""*'
r-rt^oi ^ n3 ITtS pu, duly Lb- Q^jfrJS J2r2LX2ZL *-fflWl
the ajatgnmente
the Woodbrook
.raVruct'ed' tnT^'SJuF' I"
"'.. u JT'pisr C'thTow^r. cito(',u,>e sSTrnXtX
fpall CorparatMB. acd ^,M KIM
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. * shu* ^j+Fittysrtsz m &&<&'&*& sys
rlasr puswe four lost lde Insincerity and deccll VLJSLti md the MntoTtn.
I. We are lull, uw. rt the !?^E5 ?hc OeP""' Tow.
" KUPplt-
Port-c-
rett-U
four feet wide Insincerity and deceit.
. distance of only W 11. We are fully aware of the ..
-Spain ,m from ih* front uf the build- .scope of this enquiry under oui ^'v tu ol
ag with the remainder of the terms of reference but, as there J^*:Jirv i^tnda that aleo
Md paasage open to the sky and was an allegation that one of the TTtJJ , T"
_ Vh Market or leading to a clear open space "wnera had bribed a councillor Iauril
eesewfasTv and the circum- uncovered at the back of the that circumstance necessarily m- ig. The next statutory meet-.
flBBUhnt thereon; building B feel wide between tho solves a careful scrutiny of the m| wns held or the 30th August.!
I a%e purchase of certain Dorthem boumi-iy of the lot and 'nduct of that owner and of the (oji. Laic m ". afternoon o( (
used east Iron pipes by lh> ),,. building" "rm ' *hich he is a member. lrit){ Jay the Ocputy-IAayoi
of the Port-"!- 12- Before dealing with that ..ULI_in the Mayoi f uermisaion l<
Spain CcrSSM.. t i: tin nmenced allegation and the main topic of lu^ the question but a* the
150 from Messrs. Poomn thatU) after tli pi.ui had been our Inquiry wc digress for a Mayor then had to leave to attend
and Nunes and the clrcum- .'pproved but il soon became "iwment to deal with an accuse- another ollicial function the rne*t-
stances attendant
purchase by the *.!
cil of the l'ort-of-Suam the requirement in regard to tho ,,lp *!* Deputy-Mayor, Mr ^ave and on the motion of the
r^jrporatloo Erom the Ca.- pasaausa, and that Uw blue pencil ^y.^0-^^^*1?*^,^ i^ P^u?v;,*yor' ^f ffAtor-w!f
cia Commercial Company
if n eeetatn sewage iu- lh,> owners wen- noinwd i.ii
thereon evident that there had been cer- "n which was levelled at the ,ng was adjourned to the follow-
mm devlaflone from It, Including Slum Clearance Committee by ,- fry when, with the May cm >
iBSsin * requirement in regard to the, ">e then Deputy-Mayor, Mr
.ge. and thai the blue pencil Q"uV^ ' & 5h?r,B,,d ,t,nal th*
,pany line had been crawl. Thereupon """"do '>' that Committee was
or n mwnn ^.nM dU-lne owners were n mined ST "? fS !. 5 '''- -----!Z
pmej Plan, then rihsato at called upon by bolh authurltiea gff "^.f r.a.J to hum r ,n?tinf b
\v^ler Field and the c.r- lo .-ease work on .he building, g2ljJUM Ln? harishln S V?*JS <
rumatnnres ittondanl there- and further (by the Slum Clear- SaffnaaulL hi,rdiniP ^lal ;ix voted f
noa Committees to submit an. m'snl "*"" "'
0>mmltteu, to submit an>
(/) the general conditions upon representations that ikey might 13. In thc rst place il is quite
which applies for the use wish lo make why legal action clour from the evidence that there
of the Port- i Bpl .iild not be taken against them Was uniformity ol policy between
Com been ami and thy the Councilj to show the Committee and the Counc
i purchased both iocali> cause within seven days why the and unanimity of opinii
Mid from abroad by thc work dune should not be removed, tween their technical officers
Council of th>
porotmn; ...though given fuilhei waiii.ngs. 'nents prescribed, by the Commit-
the grant of lease In 1947 .ompleled the i-onstrucllon and "nfl 'hat was the set policy
of that portion of Mari'.e ...cupied the building by thc mid- of ho"1 authorities to Insist on
Square ...inmonlv known die .( December, 1947. without a lne Prtieular requirement -
as Goats Maimi to one Mi. certificate <>f r.nnpletion. lulln ' P"aagajg,
Louis Oilman Thomas then practicable.
p-.i itioii .it the ud CiU ;" ",',', rtotk WHS the prelude to 'he Committee did not insist on
in.i Hi- mm instances prolongi-d eat i inter- Utelr minimum t.-Mulrement of a
nd events over.. ,** ^Coji (l^^*^ .ubordlnated
'lebau'd arid a vot taken on
Nine membors attended at that
but one left before
taken. On a division
._. the motion, one (the
against and one did not
ote-
19. It was conceded by all the
uunclllors who gave evidence al
. the Inquiry that the minutes of
bV. that meeting were a faithful and
substantial reproduction of what
ither than the
ill.11 .11 IJIallVin (il--------------
>gard to the bu.ldmg require- I^X'l .liscuvslons^Commlttee.
20. After examination of those
minutes and careful consideration
t the evidence of seven of the
members of the Council who
were present at the meeting
no satisfied thai this afford* .
matance where the paramount
.oiwidcrationwhat is best in the I
nterests of the buigmee was
other con'tdera-
,vhen vei
teneially U> enquire int.....i> F?? during whleh
;"
did th>
iti .n
inreumaiancea or matters \eiulun of tho Courts
whether cognate to the above '"'. a,,l decisions adverasT .
matters or not which may be " rm by a Magistrate and the ""
disclosed by the evidence sub- Court Of Appeal. ;1 nn.il appeal.
milled and appear to men. ni ' partition, was made to
Investigation." ">e i-ovemoi "itu declined to
2. Our report on Item (/> of intervene. As an act of grace,
our terms of reference is not >>\^--\'-. and un the recoininen-
uicluded in this Heport but Is Nation of the Planning and
a
insist on the rccti-
ni.niv deviations
the Other hand.'
they permitted t'>v retention t
a stairway on the outside of the'
building Instead of the inside '
specified on the plan and granted
many extensions of time within
which to comply with then
egard to the passage
lions.
Rousing Commission, un exlen- ^nd all this they did even though
of the time iixed i,\ the Slum their authority had been floutet1
in a most brazen manner by the
owners of the building. In our
opinion the Committee ahowc.1
submitted M'paratcly.
S. The Commission rirst met in v "" Of the tune hxeil b) the Si
Port-of-Spain on 20th October. L i.m. Committee for the
19*1. to deal with formal and l ropei execution of thc work in
procedural matters. Iftnrry with then requne-
4. Before the Commission meBti was granted. On the fith great forbearance in very
began its enquiry notices had August, 1940, the owners were catlve circumstances and
been published m the new papers notified of the Oovernor*! dect- oceusation which was
inviting members of the public 'ton and Uiercafter the paasage- againal them Is devoid of
who were able to give any we^ was provided That, however. IS- The application
Information relevant to the -m not put an end to th mailer, owners made ln^ May.
Enquiry to communicate with the 'or further representations and turned
down but
ihich the
1951. was
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SVVIUV ADVOCATE
PACE THIRTIES
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
RIP KIRBY
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PAG! FolRTF.ES
8PWDAT ADVOCATE *
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19 MO
CLASSIFIED ADS.
tnrPMOht ot
*rais.
i 4 30 p n
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II 11 S>
THANKS
ed g ate
"I **rr.p*lln Oftta
linn
M Mi I'-lir D Hamil-tei

...id MUlnn Bannti
H |
i AMi I i: W< .'gned lr
.11 Ihoae who
letter, cardf. \ (MU or In any *a<
tta^gaBBSaW Iheu .ymnatn. through the
**d h****v*mrnt >( Mabel Chandlei
who dted lllh October. IMS.
Dtarrdrnr O.lcy and In** HerbeC
Inl'i. wn. Otlaieae. Bertie
(MUM .children. ..nd g-and-rhlldren
IS to si in
HI TRAM W* in* undaraWBM* bog
itueuah it.,, medium U> retain Ihuw
t all Ihuta Kind Irier-di who M'n
wlHilo iellera. card- .mil >t mpalhlaac
With u. Id OW "d htrr*vrmni1 eauae.
1* in* d-.it "I i 'th ii ,i-.i.n Oulrum
It HH-ln
"MH.ii
* iind**Mgn*d n-
' in egaa
i oh saii:
\l lOMOTIVE
CAR- Packard cylinder l"-l
ince return (mm garage niter com-

i.rao Fluying .mailer car Or Bimon
If 10 SJ-Iri
r.d HiM-k with leather i
r akr Ban br ."
.40 between r>l" and 4 |
l H -
14 10 M Mn
El.ECTKU Al.
PIKlll SAM.%
REAL ESTATE
ALMOeTT NEW I Bedroom linn
Bwrttnlnw. ah., .t 7.000 >q II al BAY*-
' All UA Going (or Only
A O..C Store. 1 IIMkxim.
over 4>m M| It ,
I WnltTHINO MAIN RD IU(M of-
Ooing fax Only aTa.10* Net
A J fcdrooan in On** ai Dm Ron*
Bungalow abn.il ll.OtO MI fl Bj NAVY
OiUDaa oakM t. r o...> ii. N.>
A Ona-Slae*. 3 Bedroom ihillv Mon*. .
Vary Oood Cmdliion IN PF.IJXVOXI.
Ooing (or Only IM Net All
N*w J Bedroom .P-ill Si
.ho.il4.awaq. II AT ClOVT HILL.
I Mrl IN NEUaOK
ST- A I-
. I'M

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aboul 170 M p m V
HID* Nrl LN ND*)N *T A I
Can Yield about
m Can al.o Mak* a Oood
land, Water, Light. OMng <"'
Only *Tt Net A Good Building .Vt|
I MavwoM MVI. ab.ul '. Art*, doing
.r only IS el*. Net pat aq II II la
"I D T 4* Abru IXADft
l >.-. h <] i'HK EN and MOST DE-
IKAULK PfaOPCRTWCa Including SXA-
ANVWHKJuT DIAL Mil
I It. nth llaetlnga
IDE
IU*tJ
SITE
AUCTION
'lor.
ID- I
MajMHord a. .
Walrolt
i am
Baa. igrai.df'ikli.-.i
W I* MIi
IN MEMORIAM
Dealh .
Man- :

dnugMar and Malrr
Jvpariad gn Orlobrr 17. It43
II on mia. yoii mot*
iao have nw apacal day
, 111 BngtMh Elaclr* rrlgl-
laUM l>(.i.Ui-lt> uw Pbon* **7>
17 ! 11 H
BtECUANlCAL
iiiaoftia Hiiwfii atlh*-'
.1 II 1" .
UACII1ME SlNOOt THEADU
: \i mini in parfnet order. OflNTT-
-pd w.th itghi. Dial *.
pi Arfhrr bgcKanai*
If 10 M-li.
OLIVETTI iM 441 TyptwrlK-it ^-
ihl* from Block In vaifoua antag>
.. j.lihi a> followi
i thai will ,i*.v
linajar .mi.i .-hi
Al*>. ir.i.oitlviad li% Am,.. Ma[~i> | rnaulrlM
and Mur*v* lnm.lirt l |j ain Lb) Dial 371J
ng memory
dear da>i>M>r IK
died on October It. aMI
Out of a world ol mow
Into i
Cod n.L,.l have a beaullful ga-Uei.
rS h.
if tatsM
It" |)M
~ aluaaon. Son A Co
.All Hill.MAN UINX ESTATE CAR
.til Koddi. M mllea only. We have
-Uuetlona to aril ibi
tcte wbiih has Ihe fmnl end darn-
fad. Iv Action at Co**'. Oafag.- on
Today the i4ll> October, at IXi pi"
' iiaUnmi JOHN M rN-ADON Ai
Ming. Phone -----
It It U
w\vi>:m
IIEI.I-
ACCOUNTANT Maojuired an Accoi
nl wfUl secretarial experi*ne Ap
rn Pogany Boo. ltd aVoad Si-
lt IO tf
AUDIT TArr INTEBMf-riATE A
JUNIOR RKQCIKrif Salary acnard-
mg to abUily and ripertetw* apply ir.
wn writing wilh detalU of ago. nhiii.
Applwa-
ttlaehed
xtderad unlen reterenc
AltaMAN U. old eatabllafaod Bra*
...idling world wide product Sole-man
< travel WaM Indian I.land a PyeJOUt
1. RraSga-
M in
MISCELLANEOUS
BATH Sial* price aaked
o AdturM* Co
14 It M 4n
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
VBCavncy in ihc Elemvniary Tcatchlni Service
ApcUcgiUona are Invited from teachers (men) with at Icsal 10
years' teaehini experience for the Headship of the Good Shephrtd
Boys' School. St James.
The minimum professional qualification requ*r**l la the? Certificate
A of the Department or exempUon iheeafrom.
Salary will be In accordance with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in Grade I Elementary Shoots.
CdndldalM who have already submitted application forma In re-
spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accocn-
prinsed by a recent testimonial All other candidate* should make
ppUc.ttioii on the appropriate form which may be obtained (Tom the
Departir.cnt of Education. Alt application*, must be enclosed in
envelopes marked "Appointments Board" In the top left hand cornel
and mutt reach the Department of Education by Saturday 25th October
1952 Cgrwfcdoiej are named fhaf ran> queJIflraiicm.
171* October. 1062.
WANTKD TO MM OR Bit
WAHRIIOUKr in Bridgetown. Bend full
detail. 8*K ft C Advocate Advtg.
u-pi it it u an
l iSTIt TO BBNT
HOUSE L'nimnl.ned pr*f*rr*d on
MB lor Married cou|> without .hlldten.
V>.i brdrooiru I'liune BSM
It I* UIn.
I'lllMIMI
Mng
I public I
hereby warned agalr.il
BM Wile. Edna riea.i
at I d It or anyone elae ron-
I will oflai (or o-ilc on Ui* pieniiaea
.TWMOttr lOHC.t BLACK ROCK
-barttfa. Bed al I pin. S4tO ..are
(eel ef land with a double rooted board
It. It. 51Sn
I Jon*. Hie* li.n.aai
I inponaibl* Inr h
trading any debt or amu in n-m.
unlent by a wrltU-n nrdet .ignerl by m*
Sgd O BHlEN JONES
tatid Av* Barbareea Hill
II 10 aV-ln
UN.
"^ABBar
VKB
Itv
...1 Mart, il Rial' -
II ll.-lM.aaV I Car Tyre. 40 Tim Faint
1 Radio, to pbgi Ctmaakaa. 10
Macaroni fl fcaUa. IS Felt Mata. B
rton. On*-0-On. t Doll. SB pkg.
JUAkci Oat- 194 Iron Pott
tali- It XI o'elock T*rm. Caah
BRANKEE. TROTMAN a. to.
The public are hereby warned agai.m
|iMi credit to my wile EILEEN
OMETA ROBINSON .nee ORKENIDOB
of Waigr Rail Land. Rt atlchaeli at 1
do not hold myaolf r-*vonMbW for hat
or anyone ela* rontracting any debt ol
Lrbla In my nart unlau by a WTTO
order MghrU by m*
s.gned JOBCPH NATHANIEL ROBIN
SON. CBaf. Curacao. K.W.I, lormarty
i Hutaon'. Land, llindaburv Road.
Michael
A. M. WEBB
(Stockbroker)
The following1 circulars
are available to bona fide
investors on request;
1 Repoi' on Prontlno
Gold Mine. I0T shares-
dated Oct. 17
2 Bulletin on the
share marketdated
IB-
M Broad Rtieet.
Bridgetown.
j*V&S*f&SSS,W.'SSS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacancies in the Elementary Teaching Service
Applications are invited from teachers and other suitably qualified
persons for the followIruj vacancies at:
Men
St. Martin's Boys' SchoolSt. Philip
Chalky Mount Mixed SchoolSt. Andrew
St. Matthias' Boys' SchoolChrist Church.
Women
Belmoot Girls' SchoolSt. Michael
St. MarUn'a Junior SchoolSt. Philip
Workman'*; Junior School -St. Georie.
The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service' is a
School Certificate
Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms (Jt.35(b)
for men and E.35(c) for women) which may be obtained from the
Department of Education, but candidates who have already submit-
ted one ol these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now nlled>
may apply by letter accompanied by a recent i.-stimonial
Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another
school must inform his or ber uresent Chairman of Managers and the
Head Teacher of un application for such a transfer.
Alt applications must be enclosed in envelopes merkad Appoint-
wiciiii Board'' in the top left hand corner and must reach the Depart-
5 ment of Education by list October 19*2. l.a-uiidat. arc tcarnedi thai
cenrtLtBTiii may lead to their dirqiiali/ication.
ITth October, lpS2.
Vou are Invited
Te Deep In al . .
THE
ARLINGTONS
SNACKETTE
GRILL ROOM
i the iv.ti.nii Flour -l ML*
Marhlll Slreel ReoUurant.
any tlmr during Buslnew*
llntir- or before and after
The Theatre
A WKLL STOCKED BAR
and MNACK StRVUH
await you.
UNBEATABLE PRICES
THE ARLINGTON.
Marhlll treetPhone 4130
t'Urn-tv* I NMiiro of l.ood
(Ijs. rrnprrli and I and
Always AvalUWr
FOR SALE
:"?&
'"ISmS!
IAIH PLANTATION
Lucy Id* II) App.-. A a
Hliaklll Mi St J
N I Itnali*'.* Crab Hill at Lt
IT t U -t f B
i LAT umuhed rial, gar f Ml
unit i< Polkete.lr Dover
lioni IM I IBSJ ii. ajaa
bottom (I. It It SS-dfl
REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
MR' BCNOALOR
Known a. No 10. Blue tt-lci-.
aid Handing on approximalely
14.UU0 aquarc lawl ol land, com-
priaUig thrrr uedrooir.-. one wllh
dre*atiui.io..in and toilet and balh
attaehed. conblnaUor drawing and
dining* roorn. atrpa'atf toiiai and
hath. aTaodarn kitchen lo a*TYant
room* WaDi toilet and bath garage
Tfci* prcaMrtv can be bought tor
tkaaongbtr ngprr Plra. conlael
u. ag aooD as poaalblr
tREEirUlJI
Large .tone houM
npetalr-f three hed'oonu.
living room, dining room
toilets and batha, on* with tub
bath and hot and cold water.
DownaUIri: Uiree .pare
klichen an." '
"IN4n.i-.fl Qlbb'4 Beach. Rt. P*ler
Modem, lull* (urnlaheil Rungta nw aull-
able foe couple, from November IS53
Apply WMr, Bay ley. High St reel
> aiit
IS 10 :.j In
sy-A BUNGALOW iodoE
I AND -T MICHAEL

airabfe tome r"n tlw by
Ing Tlrni uC I u.MiM nntjartOTtr,
The arenn- 1.1 dation provide. 3
apaelou. U<>oomr. with built.In
wBrdc-obea L.rge drawing room.
>m altihenette
nii !>.,,.., ri-'Oin, and l,.cge
:
N ilet-ched Malm
. '< light
Thl. pruprit, |g .llualrd In a new
1 1 t'nlial area from
th. re a-e fln* penoramtc
vi.wi o( nndketuwn and th* hat.
Tt.e *lte la very cool and
ITMa town centre
I th from
appro* to l'i acre, aa required
and lh* pric* aaked u nae (B)l
indeed. We ran 'ecotnniend I hi.
aataai eaij highly
Itl'IIJJINO Pia-yrs iodgi
IAM "tl Michael Wr offer 4
iiltrattlvr lot. tn thli new devri-
area, varvlnt in .Ire from
10000 to ikoo aq 11 approx.. ail
u tl, eirellenl trfawt. Water and
light avail 1 lile
BRIOHTWOOD. SI Lawrence. A
pleaaant and rnmfortabkr peiaatfty
"i"ii nicely
turrouridli.e. O* n ne^ch
and ncnlent bathing
Three bol'oonu. livn.g room and
dining mom. kitchen, aapaiate
toUel and ahower. wide L ahaped
verandah looking- ara-wardf a*p-
-rate garage -nd aerv.mt.* room*
Ideal aeaatde home In a good
RKRTCCNCE. THE GARDaEN.
IVoltTHIKG .M-derti coral atone
biiivgalOW on comer ak> wh
wide rronlag** Pleaaant garden
wllh atasrer bad* lawn, caetcrete
paUo. and niirnbar of bearing fruit
Accommodation comnriaca
large living room, covered gallan.
1 bedn am 1 -a"tn hulli-ln ward
robea. frail attv kitchen, aarage
eiU. covuad -a-av lo hatur atr-
vanu' quarter, .uid all usual
otnCaa AH pnbln- utility aajvlaea
OH* of tne mod atlractlWf hinjia*
liable in th* medium price
ange.
MALTA. si 1-fcTKK Exi*n.
iveiy r*>modclled houae of ma>.
Iv* .tone corurtructlon wllh
wer garden.,
fniil tree*
are paclou* vrrandaha on
to fide, wilh view* over bench.
Urge Uvlng room. S double b*d-
> battarooma ibeth wtak
lubai modem kitchen and buUei-a
pantry. dcwn.Ulra la th* laundry.
good aervanU- accmnmotlatloc. foe
3. I garagoa and itorrreomi rull
public service, plu. own d**p
well with electric Dump Right
of way over beach wllh tuperb
bathing Opportunity for a dlf
criminating buyer
SCA FORT. AT JAAUCS Cnre-
lullv re-modelled I atorev houa*
on on* at th a moat attractive ana*
in thl* Inrrra.ingb popular area
ReauOrul coral and aand baayah
laamaa, wmadaaa caTbtef
II iVia. 1H..a.4 anewgn
aaaTaBr-
MODERN COUNTRV PROP-
EBTV A luiurtoua ham* con-
wlth local .toi.e and
incorporating all modern anienllle.
fOf comfortable living Tiled ta-alha
lo each hrdroom. hoi and cold
. itt.il .teal do-ir.. RpanUh
type patio itli Illy pond, picture
Hew. i.l cc-aat line and broken
.te< on dUlanl coral reef. The
a.rm.imodatlon 11 of apacaMi. pro-
poruona ntting lo a houa* of Uilf
type li-mi-id. are aeveral acre.
in .xent with ornam*nUl garderu
profuaely laid out with every
va-lety of flowering ahfub Com-
panr*a rl*ctrlc light and main*
wat*r Bupnly. Pull 0* tali" an I
-rder to view an appllcallon
BUNGALOW RT Jama*
^ound .tone bungalow with 2 bed-
ro.-*na. living room, kitchen, pan-
Iry. bathroom, large gaiag*. work-
ahop and KnunU' quartan.
Malna water and electricIIv Vary
rleaaant beach alt* of naafty .
m.v bearing coconut
ine fl..*cnnn .hr.iba Very
priced .t HOOD
RERJDENCr. BLACK ROCK -
Soundly constructed properly will
1 bedroom* 1 living room*, dining
lry. On land of ap-
IlLlUHMi UKil ST I^W-
RXNCR COAST r-.crlli.nl plot
11 <<"-i posHata wgai wiaa "-a
frmilage Ideal at** for aea-ald
bungalow
ibU
am
paclou* diawing room and
dining room, and bieakfa.t room.
3 l-*droonii. 1 garagaa etc Lately
occupied by III Conaul
Total
1 18.7 Jg 1
n.
mo liounE. 1
(i--d *it.iation for retail .hop In
thia burr part o( town. <:ate
WEJCTTUll I) St Peter An
"tat* typ* houa* built of atone
Contain* lore* living room wttu
Plrneh window* Irading onto
covered verandah, with Vl*w of
aaa. 9 tiadrooma. kitchen, atore-
uaual outbuilding..
re arm aervanta' quarter.
wk J*. acr*a well Uld out
Kd. -.th nght of way over
COVE SPRING HOUSE. BT
JAMEA On* of th* law prop-
ertira nn Ihli popular coaat with
a rompl*UI> prtvaU and tecluded
bathing beach The around of
about I>. acre* are well wooded
and could readily be converted
or lb* .how place* Of
he [.land Th* hour* Ii of 1
torej. and
haraeuw.
home
mom*. large living
.(randan with good vl*w. klUtoen.
pantry. **rvant quartan and
tlornroorna Good MluaUon n*ar
ooif Courar E4JO0
COUNTRV HOUSE. CHIILST
cilunCR beauuiuin ..ppoinbrd
reafcsane* with llnfularly attrac-
tive and UI.J--.-.I featiii*. .Ituateit
m -alt wooded ground* of OWST 3
acre* flpaciou* well proportioned
ptkin and dining room*, atudv.
nvMlah.. patio. 3 large bod-
oma. I with ptctur* typ*
windows. Hied aV-gueh typ* bath*,
hot and cold water In bathroocna,
ailchen. bult*r'a pantry and laun-
1 frrtly equipped modern
k He hen complet*ly llleed with
al-lnlra* .leeI Mnk and fitted wall
capboard* made u> tne hiahast
Uindard Two cloaed and two
open lann. atabie*. 4 atrvanar
roOfna won uaual caw Can-
..drr.lilc number of mature frvdt
iree.. cuava. banana, aurar appa*.
lamhKatBg
hogaay tree..
COABT LAN
lllltafl Uu.lne.
...... wtn good
PUnUUcns
Paene 444W


SUNDAY. OCTOBER l(. IK2
Church Services
Sr\TV\Y M1V0CATF
-i lium.ru < hi m ii
bi Chora' Bur!..
urhanat antl Add-*
and man. 1 pr
T pm C, *...., and Brrmun.
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JAMB KTMTT CJ..n Day o( *.,,.
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uuj II a m Yiium P>pM Broadcaat
W--* f-iaar*.t - K B. Taa.-
n. D A D J p n. Unix* bnrf
ingtnfl in Chinch yard 7 p rn Kvanin*
T in Hn.l liwinir* and fcUf
mi . >M Nn
utj-tx* town
|l'i> Matin* and aarmon.
Matron
Cvrnaaaaa; and ww~i araartiai

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and addr*** rrrarhM R*v 1. Br___
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But -!>. broa-tn.
I I.Oil IIUTI.l MilHH
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Marntnl t * a m S ir-Ja?
> a* a n> Mining ar*nio
rvanaralntir Vrvln
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iii>t.inii-.vN -i m m>
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MI-AH > M m Ra.
BETHranA I
BETH 111.
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lakrn at a>arh
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m Puna and
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DALKL'ITH
Youri*. fVi,plr R.ilU
(La/ T .
I p m Mr C r PrtHnt. X A
nTl MO\ I II an fta* r Vivian
p .ii n-v r Vivian
.iiltTII IMSTItll T > m Mr L
nU.llu.ii. I B :,. Mi C
PROV:Di:NCB H am Mr E
Drawn- J P :n Mr C En*d*
VAUXIIAII Mam Mr H Hail.
7pm Mr C Harper
1BI.M7.BR ( IB* I II
Dill m Una W C
Crime. ; p m Mr G Bralhwaltc
BFVI All Ham RttO 1 W C
C.oaa*. 1 p m Mr K IN rim
RHRCWRBL'HV ll a m Mi t' Urat-.-
walla. 1 p in h.io R W C Cioaar
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R1CEB II a in Mr G Bfalhhallr 1
p in Mr J Motllet M C p
i|i4at Bakanp. al 1 a p m
ll' -I Hit- NliU'SlI IM.I-.
II a bi Mallna and aWawri T p m
rvanauim d aainion. picarlici for but-.
-..v.*. ih* r-\ J B l
MI-iaMi ai abarar 1 p m Monday
Wadnaaday. T !Ua-: liunm U>, vaajtht ol
in* Barbadoa ViMitti Movrmanl iht -.!
to* cufidurtad an Ih* H. 1 Ui.*.
lUik* A....Uni p-n.ii. .inrl Mr* Ota*
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II a in Holinru Maaltps. 3
Cuiapai Mpcl.na T p n, lah
BnMtinl
in V CaibaU
HIUIHiBTOWK CXKTRAt,
II a m MotHM
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Ham WaHnaa. M-Hmy. l p n.
Company Maallnf. 1pm A..l.ath>r
Matin*. I | M
Ml Major T G.bb.
ottnM
ii a m Maunaa> Mavimg 1pm
Mavilng. : ii in llirMBal
iSsT
i I .
i K Otbboni
HKA VIEW
Hnllnan. Marling
III UtOND iiKNEK
Ham Mill in*-. Marlirig. S p an
DM pan> Mrrting. 1 p i. HB
Vaellng
I "ulrr.nl C Hn.l-
UIECKKR HA1J.
lam H-' ... Matting 1pm
< i.rron Mm. s 1 p m SaRattan
'
P Hrl
i HI Bt II ill i.OH
I IIBIHIIAN MUM I
|M harrh al < ).-. BaMaMM
Hilui.i." (>prr Bar "Ir**!
Wpdnrwla
nrindi- Tn
llralim
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txablact of IdMBMHi: *),
DOCTRINE OF ATOWKM-arr
Galda* Ttal CorRMMajH I > TT,*
praarhlng nl in*- ro. if in main ihal
parl'i. (.-.Ii.en.- mil unto, ua mhirh
arr -avrsi ,i |a ti.r NM.......4
ll.* la:laia( outlaw a*p in.i.a.a la
Ih. laMtniraan
Ibp mat*: And ha opancd hla mouth,
and iaua.nl m*n, M.vinB. I am noi
ram* tn dailruy but to Raanl
Mallbrw IT IT,
ipn<< tad II. .11. Hllb K. I- "iv
..nin*.-- bi RUr> Rah*< I Our Ma.lri Uughi so mm Ihrot*.
dODlrtaa. oi' bai:*l It -- Rap dlvabr
rnrnBH* nl all i ii n* .' wlik'i ht
i. .uiht and pta Mfaj ll t\HIM
HIVKIt ItOAD ttiam -Hi.. -.-....
H a -i: Divmr W virr I p m R*. liii
Br> I. R Sum man
UAVh HAl.1. HI n. Sunday Scrioa...
MUM Rarvlea; Tom Bvanael.
art m a PicUMciii
Id pii ndti bilnml
Wtivk*. 1pm Enngatl
Kav R II. Walkpi
antM
A Wrcbwa
magi
III S-ii
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THAT
J. II. T. Sll A IAI III >1
uith tiii nisTixfTivr ii wiirm

BiM>d and Botllad bv
^
;
Mlll> II. TAILOR A SONS I.I . I
..... " MI1UI1 K -I I
KARL EDMONDS
F.RS.A. C.P.A.
OvrtHM Public Accounlani (Ontario)
jtiiu.unces the npeiunr of I
nf his profi*s.siun |
k.H. Iln in* Builclhiie
Lower Broad Street.
Temporary Phone S077
Barbados.
Ill IIIIITISII (OIMII
W XKtnillt \Mllli I \i:h
A PIANO RECITAL
<,IV.N B
Miss Kathleen Hurran
ON FRIDW OTTOBIR ?4TH AT 8 3 P M
Wttab| ft \l II sMMRrlM I.IS/I I! \\ M BnTat OntANtNM jft ,._
V
Mfttl MIL
These are
Some very Fine
Delicacies for your
enjoyment
AoparABUB Tl|nkMR* ( ! RnTB----||iu
I" GNbrS Mix lui- OUVnfc MgWa.
rinpnllttb i MUrd PlrRlr*h*m
(ooM-MrrlraUna fait Buttrrbails.
'-lr...hrrri. 1,,,. I M n : ., hoU.
(up l natfHklaVDn- Ka>nnnRdaar Watw.
Ollva Oil(in. Sndn-fh PaUrholi
ARrkoUUna l'fk 4 Brain Hit.
^^ Golden Arrow Rum
MHKi.XS A CO.. IIIt.
Roebuck Stwel Dial 2072 & 4502
***"?............................ ........ SMI. il II.w ind 6Uc. miv h- rfwhrt al air arilteli ( i
I'llOM 3J4I
VMM IS MS i*HMi
OM'OHII \ITY
Wl.il.- Mint. Irsi > run nltpr :
Galvanised
Corrugated Sheets
I feel Rataf
7 fet-i itjaj
S Ifrl UnM
"> (ibUgr ?H (iauftr "4 Citurr
S3.M M.M
3. in
.1.75 14.50
c
m BARBADOS
HELLO
EVERYBODY!!
ONIONS & POTATOES
This is JOHN N. PEROTA Ca]lin !
This is to announce that
J. N. PEREIRA & SONS
MERCHANTS
- Rickett Street -have p'Hgtfi la bT> t.i
keep the cost of living down In Btri
YFS. WE HAVE NO BANANAS :
WE HAVE NO SCALLIONSbut
ONIONS kt S, ^ lb.
NO CABBAGES OH TOMATOES-but
New DUTCH POl i I l S
All Parked in II.::-. of 110 llx. Mch
Come Earlv find Pl your RhlN
POR
MAN MUST LIVE I I
4 V ii Ira I I in |M i in
Corner Broad &; Tudor Slrei-ls
)DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MORE
QUALIFICATION?
or ARE VOt' INTERESTED IN MAKING MOKE MONEY*
IF HO, ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THEHR COURSE*.
\r. tiilrtliir.il IlrMur.nl-.
in.ii>.iiiii Bulldlm i.h
Uealjrn ( ...irsr
\.M.HE.. < iitd Mrrh.i
With ....
"TAN GEE"
THE WORJ D E*
i t nutefi in ih.
1 tn i !v Shades:
GAY RED. RED I EDIl M
PINK QUEI SSE NATl'RAL.
and THEATRICA
You srs an ui tin. FsCK to mstch your
requiremfH In "TAN'.
The LIPSTICK with a Shade t n Voi'
Ohtainahle at -
BOOKERS (B'DOS) i)KU(i STORES IB.
RriiAd Stra.-l A. IU l,r.t. U I'lIA lll.\ItMA< V)
Jl.iii.-nibcr:
Shop eailv (Of X M rUI New Lines now
bMnsj opened
AT YOUR FAVOURITE STORE
IHMIKEIIS
\ ii l-hi. Inl. rrrVrSRBJHi
Osstss.
OSSMstl InoUlUllon and
Ulrlni (Ourxr
.-!: ..I ElrcUioRl Encln
r- IIiik ('auntr.
..--I ,1 I i rtiln .i. ,,i Kd-
uratlnn.
VltfM rn full pnrticulara~ir <
*Vw,u> to the ;
Caribbean Educational
Institute
PO Box. 307. POR..
Trinidad
Air*nl for
BBITISH INSTITUTE OF ENU
TECn. S BRITISH TUTORIAL
IN8TITUTE. LONDON
_, THERE IR NO TOMORPOW
SanlUrr IriBRfPfc Coanar
..i-ni-r.il Airlrulturr
CaTaTRnt.
liiKuranra Fr*irtk>e
stli sminalilp
Pl Ii -l-iiiii IiiImihI.ih
loumf.
srhnml CrrUflr-lr l'uurr
\- i > nut mr.
ttvil grrvle*- Enlfaiof
('OB lac.
Polka PitajStJWI Otdirab
i rtf 1% nol mcnlloned ,
POST CO I'PON TO P-O
BOX 101, PO.H
Please Rrnd me Trre Book
Kam .....
Afldrest .
of ftrssr ol
Intsffsst
POST TODATi
# i SATISFACTORY
JO EVERYDAY
" \ SERVICE
n( -t.iiii\ thhiel rnuld bavs In pan -

ili'. I'm Ui ,.i, ihn i.-i it pro t- Dial ou-
unurlni effOrti to provlda Kw im*i of wrVfcw ind the ftmai
and pyrsM u-whi*, Ibvs *hmi it..- m
I ll V4rtl will trR krrncf .iii rnapin hi v-Hi thi- sum. i.-iiu,, n| RBeurit* and
<.mar yarn V la-rnnv I < I .1 'nmei.
Lei tig be vour fbinil> h ukvuiIn.
28 Broad Street
Barbados Boys k Girls Clubs
(Sponsor (I liv (he I'oltrTe)
RAFFLE
Vn\ ! Ih.-si- pi : ,-, may hf \our\ fr $1
VAUXRALL VT\ CRN ('All
khk;ii)aihe
I'VE RADIOORAtl
BBtOan B1W1N0 machine
PORTS BICTCU
I (tan cheques)
II you have
a ad) bougbl i your chuice bj
u.lhi-i Ui
I9.10.S2In
iiAti: \ Tiioii.in mm mi
SAivrt sv .....ins
-------l.VII Mill \OI H
WN SAKS
always carry a
^gf
lllii EXliiNu'liiSIIEK
STOCKED ONLY AT
COLLINS DRUG STORE II umxal HARDWARE wmus
ENJOY O'KEEFE'S
BEER
Duty on Beer
Increased
We still have some at Old
Prices See Your Supplier
or Us quickly for your
Favourite.
O'KEEFFS BEER
KOHI'lll TIIOM LTD. III Al. 222.
FAIR DAY
VI nillH. I.AII.V Ml \l 11 Ml AMI Till
mil III VM iv s< IKMII
IM If IIKI.I) AT
THE URSULINE CONVENT
lATtjtMY !TII IMTOHll!
I torn .1 p.m. l 39 p.m.
B' hLirt i"rini....... rf lolanrl Mlrhrll.i .hr P^lrr lltn.i
ulll b. In Ml. n.l ,.,.
%l>IISMO\
(ill
4 Lovely Prizes 4
Tn be won b* i Ladt. (.-......... .,,; ,d ji ., i|h
Ihr LSSfcl ......I. .
In... *i(l be a arlrrlion ol Fne and flnum< nl.1 ..rk
I wlal llnu-rhwld Arlltlri. Hiikrl. IVBCfB, Bbr'b, etr..
made b> the \rl\ And Crafu Deprtmeni of Ihe Sehonl
.RTISTIC FSEFIL HOI SEIIOLI) ARTH I.ES AMI
OTHIR GIFTS FROM POHT OFFK I
TW HOOPLA WITH ITS ATTRACriVK. PRI/I tfl
BT LUCKY DIPS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS'
W Torn AND Hoi SCHrOLD AHTICI.ES
XMAS CARDf ANIi X.MAS i
IENTS, SWEETS c-AKKS. ICES. SWEET
IINKS. ETC WILL BE SOLD.
JSP" VOI R < oKI I \i SI'PPORT l-> SOLK III Ii
Pleae Come Kee. Bu> and Help Ihe Cia" !
*Mafa|M|>aIM*M<
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Elt^rlririlY Supply.
: ?
j
I
1
Y\71- lll'ili I11 nolifv i.iir I'.iiisu.iii-is 1 hat ..
*" TOTAL SHUTDOWN ..I Ihe SuiipK ill
lie ii.Ti'ssarv lirlHoi-t. 12 Nim.ii : SI Mi \\ ItTH (1( TOIII II. In ,:,lil..
rNSf-.llil.l :ilti-I.iliiii:-. In In- f.illiril mil on full
111:1111 lliich Tciisi.iii s iu-'ilmard.
luillii-r work will In- aKMMTV on sllb-
Maaaal Baad lyi -ind Ciniumlii wAI he duly
i.olllkd
THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION IB.
MHMM<
V. SMITH.
On.nl Manalcr.
f>

page surraw
SI \I)\V ADVOCATE
-.1 MlAV IKTOBER 11 lS2
M.llllllll Till IISIIAV
Modern High
School Exam.
Kcsults
01 \m u. riKiu n \ 11
or EDI t A1H.N
Ta foil..* .n .aauit. saw* f
whm i">n iaa

..--! t i,Tiivmi
o.i.i-. tat i nil
I A HAHHom.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
L, IKAILfr.H- AND TRAITORS INSI'U IHN
i I -iv. \i ui I |i l.NsEs FOR ltKM
i need a*. and mmcfiU
i i 1AS1 PHOS Enioy life
n (he lull! You'll fell
*'--Wger. healthier will
YEAST-PHOS
and tractor* urd
t the Transport
import before the
GENERAL TONI*
IVAN
AMI .
.'..
<( \l 'IMUI!..*. llII 1->
wiAKI. in Latin
i BtLi.r: i >>. ... - ban
,
, x.
MflRkl I ' '
...
finn Elr'WPtat. NUlnrr.jtic. Oi
M BUKHAN
R (. MH-AN
..... K


urr Ecal.-I'
5e!liiig Up Nigh,;
Makes Men Old
<*iinna ud >ma. oum>( aanaa-
ll'.n of uraai. wl.Htah dichar^a.
lull a.h. at baaa of a*u,. (,.i
tvl lac nalna. r.a'vouaaaaa wak-
.> ar.'t ioaa of manlr *lfour ara
-" by a dliaaaa of lha 1'roata.la
(land (a moat Import am 'ad
ta inaa), To vartomoj lhaaa Lroublaa

far afrirallural FUrpa-aea al) may be submitted
f the Department of Highways and Tr
-mber, 1952.
.1 be supplied On application lo the Department of
' f'ighway* and Transport (Treat ut vUl snt be sent
|h in* pot.
Il pection of the** vehicle* will commence on Mond.
. 1952.
" 4. Vehicles will only be inapcttl as above if they are alread>
lb* period 19M 52.
B. T. MICHE1JN.
CommltuolMr of Police.
Headquarter*.
Iindfii I
Uth October. 1952.
MOMiSTu;-T ;o-saaoa
GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL a HIGHER SCH CERT
J2?JZ itTlS^m U.... D^.. AC- S A ...
aaataa Daua do dit*t < *" a* OrasW. Tow
1..... ii isnVJi MoJom ft*- ia-taaai... neaaaayjsaaei
WOLSET HALL, OXFORD
3r* .tMMMMMIM
.....HM-:

I hl'HIIMWM m Ena-tuli 1-r.S'i.

I ihmiI tn Knali.h Ijulh
I i F.IK.lltl.l. in Ilnlni-
A CIHBS i
quickly raaic
lha
"xvir-ft!
Bridgetown Is
Big Fire Risk
* From Par* I
Indies, hut he'p. with |
alter Islands '
a a aBirriTii
AISCOIJ.
*
ld that .he three of .he,., ';:^d,|)"b.
lUbUn'i a unified
Uii which
ittract Weil Indiang lo lak<-
l a* a career and having
It would then open i<
Ibotn, a Held thai waa even wide'
(We'll
With regard to Trinidad Mr.
thai providence was kind
to them for nearly two mid a half
, M rmie.i aj Wu*v were
, hi* t< avoid a major Hie. Thl>
... had not been so for-
luimtc a* stay hurt three bad fire*
ital ..f lust under
i he primary cause being
.rganbia-
1 the lav...
. nforce them
. Mary
o'. lock at Si. Michael's Cuihedral ? K rrS
Mr. I^roy Ornan of Dean's Vil- i-ini-ta_ Httton
til Michael la I
brwa Hal laol* no

The bride who wan given In
i btumjM bj he* uncle Mr. Con-
rad ("lark- wore *i .| l.ii-
ilh a lace bodice, llei
and
trow
nptui
Lalin aim rimh
II i i
Bcrl|iu(. i
arul tali,.
VgSKBi
bud
rarned o nounuel of rose
jnd gerberas.
A reception ansi held at the
ln> in .( ' Dean's

WKBKCa in Knaii
^'ie rt-l- *I oani\Aa i.i w I
t.i.i-
lite Truth in
Your Horoscope
Would o know wllhoul aiv
" t hai U- Star* i.idicaia lor you. wont
.-..... ,-i'.l I Hong mi!
. .,.ii point* ate? llerr la your (Itanec
REE tht .kill uf Pundit Taboo,
VISIT OI HKITISII INmsTKIAI.ISTS
II Oob lhal ; M*i
i British indiistnaiisis is .-xpecitvl to visit Barba
"id . nth November. 1952, to look into the posslbilltie* of furthc,
nduslrial developm vil. 1i suggenl the directions which such develop-
n: might take, and It indicate what Industries or type of indu;--
-ies appear suitable fur establishment here in the light of
Any person who desires to interview the Mission is requested t
i in writing, to the 1-imson Officer. Mating the pui-
sure interview, it aboald be pointed out, however, thut
o.ing to the short time available lor such interviews, it mi
to Kraut nil requests
All applications shuuld reach the Uasion Offlc n!nrkda>. !;d Oet**er. 195*. at .. a.m.
R. NICHOLAS JACK,
Labour Commissioner (Ag.)
Liaison Officer to Mission.
YOU MUST
CHECK ON
THESE OFFERS!!
Mary M.Lew is
Brings Rice
Vet another -lupncnt of rice
4i lived In (lie eotortS m l m< Ring on boai
Wary M, Lcu-rs. which arrived
from British Guiana. B
l.ooo baga of rloi
.1 howevei > i
i had two nun in of firewood 800 bags of charcoal, to-x -
omenl undne ynda quanuty of mora and green- JggJ
rrninlng mid n third one hert. ,,
was going on October 2. They When UM scAOntMn
know that when those men return- alongllde the wharf, a member "f
cd and applied their knowieduc. " ,"",J eanreeaed in.- pleaaura i-n thr>- would tiejiin lo see H time to have reached land safely Ii
llltADSHA A in I I
,.,.,,. Kn ':.!. Hi1 I.I
\ (i HENNFTT " *! I
i-h l^nrjuM* '"' 'I I
J O BBATllWAITr
|. .l-.l: t.,..-. BM
'
V MIEWSTrn ii. EM Hati l-snauesr
.la-..
<; HUHTON la HMM -i>^ rrrnet.
. rwELi in r.. i-n i^nuas
M 0 CLARKE >n Enaiun t.Hrianna
ind Hi-lm*.
V E fHIOII'iW in Enali.fi l-r.
II,--...
i reneti
P U JAME- in lliiiot) .aupplaman
E U MEWJTT
Lana.iaar and anall
i: urn.Mrs Bcnplun Enu.h i*n
met, fatftMi i lieraiu "
A It KHAN :. I .' I IJtitSiiaaa
i I
Dmiirai
..ilalnnl
IMroacopa o i
ii..- laeni
..... naai
rriaaea. Enamlaa.
uri.on ii; i
I '<'
MO.UW in lliil'io
a n rnegajB
-.t..ia
i a hahwav m a "
t- -I I, I.I.

i.-,l, inc i imiiuillon of large Md an AdDOcote i--|.l.i hat P d:"wriJjtTg" i
rlrc*. because thev in turn, would ihe schooner encountered bad n,h i-nu.^ akerni
irain others and becauw Hi 'rip over from Hb*M|
CTcatait contribution apart from British Guiana on Wedneada}
fire righting to reduce fire Il-iv .ifteintr.n .. hen a few
- whe and everydav tru i
sAM
ra l -v aitoundad >
.-...iii evar. oeohche
fat* l>fllciM lh*t TaBoit man posaaaa
To populaiiir hi* >lrm Tabor* will
f I'tE ; ..nr Ailr-l lularprala-
" *>ill n*m*
'M> Mn. at Mil. addraaaM and data of
in au .it.ti, willtaw b v.. ,.ll No
iwanra wanted lor Aatm'oslcal weth.
;-iUP air. but Mod I'- In HP') IN.
-lamp* or Coln*i lor ilaUonny. Uatl
all and other HiUrrllis literatur*'
yaw will to an,-/ad al tlta trn.rkabl
..cruianr ot hi. atatsntcaU
,.nd roi*r aOalr.. Wrlta now ai tnia
mav net b* mada ..<". Addrax
rUNPIT TAnotlE. iDrnl Il4-E>. Uppri
M t ilombay M India. Poila**
POPP\ DANCE
will be held at the
MARINE HOTEL
by kind permission of the
management
on Saturday, 22nd Nov.
1952
DRESS HOODS DEFABTMBNT
i in in inn sHAKKSKIN I H41 P-r >r U Inn. idr. Chswmne. i ....... Shell-Row. Belie nd
LIIU-. K In.. wKe. White * W*
PLAIN C'RKPES reilnced Iron. 11.11 lo 11.11. II 58 lo II.U
PLAIN ROMAINE CREPE8 redueed from 13.fi! U. 12.11
From 12.19 lo I1.M; 12.01 lo 11.50
l i him m I. LIBF.RTV Si:NGLEAM OBBKi redueed from
11.41 U. 11.50. U.7I to 1100: 1200 to 11.10 ________
**f ~ THWJI
PLAIN MUSK < RU'FS redueed Irom M 1 .> '" er ii.ll
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., Ltd.
10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street
uppUclUpn to prevention._
I MIHtli.lIM, RKPAIRS
UIIMiK ' mini CE\MUI.
asrnncAT* kesilts
{iii.'.'ii.'i.'ii.'In'S.'.'.ni.'l'i^liigi^ii'inm.ii^
schooner (Jila
ii s DOUOAI I Kli-i. l-nu*
i ... i..u.- Hi.|.,t.. KlcmenUi
Math. ClU'mKtrv. Hl..loil%
A H EtMillllJ. *-riptinr RiiRlf
i meuip. tnaii-h LUeiWMn W ID
hen he came out to Trinidad
in 1947, he eelimuted that it would
take ten years before it would be
,. .me ,*'",.,," ..;.' Icnrn, the dee. nn.1 ,..he,- "7 ', ., ,.
*. ,iLir. i, .,, ^.ii.i.iin in siui" ' ,[ repalri Inla achooncT ar- Enaiiaii utaratur. "i...a-i
rfl2TS?S.l hf ha7no re,...... V.nc-em with a cargo of
that It would Ufa
Major c-.i n '..... n"n Faclor>-
the same in Barhndos. XBCCR t*IR "At no time in Ihe West lndley
h*j there been eel .dated i m neamdr fonian
1 planned lire prnte-iion LPader nrrlved on Friday from
Mr. Cox snld and uddrd Uurt Un) [-.,.., _llu, Wltn ;, Uiu^ con-
... rira OiV.eer. In Jamaica. sl|,ned lo ,h(, Barbados Gulf Oil
Barbados and T ""- yipany. The vesacl which is
the leeway the> un^er the command of Captain D.
u .1. then Wei Indian . ,,, |i(1|^.rt
vn nomy was going to be subjected T||(1 ,_,(t
to o large extent b* 'he vicissitudes
.,] daatructlen VNNVAI rkpairs
effect and that was
to constanllv setback the tinances Launches are underguiiiK 'hen \,
nual rc|>air* daily on the site j a c mrrapM _"<''
itv of each individual West Indian Mttr the Government crane in i^ Vs5jHL*
runent Trafalgar Square. 1 h-- !.'.
~ lie watei f"i such reiiaiT^ n i> jonHaoM icrfpti
s the launch Cygnet. Prloi t.. IrH* !
A MAFFEI
Fete In The Bark
\.\u\ underwent their auasv, Sni
annual repairs which were carried a C U-WNE r.iwii I
The Caribbean National ln:le- l>ut ,,v v,mc ot Ihc creW thaan- gjJJ "' ' '
pendenca A*sodalion held theli ptrvea. reatardaj iti< enra >< ihe T (.rr akejasa un.mir. in.
late at Queens Park last fvgnel were btltUy ciiiMttcd to twj. Palaej
MAKES A BIG
DIFFERENCE.
YOU LOOK
YOUR BEST
YOU FEEL
YOUR BEST
AND THE
PRICE YOU
PAY IS THE
PRICE IT'S
WORTH
' The main feature of tin ni.:M
was to be the cycle .iticl athletic
events under floodllith, but even
nta had o lie called off
as thr dlotrllnitl'in of .1
nd wi< not ue to
mark and moot iicli-'.- .... r
was dannerous to ride UIMMt Ino
cwelln? eondltlona.
One Hi", even, was completed
hut after the evrnt. compolltor.
.. a oboul 'he eondluoni
'. I however
had Ihelr fill with dunks, food and
dancing. There was a steel band
BIMU. lopular times iii Ihe
Park House ond the main inu-r's.
was on dancme after the sports
were called of!
There were a few stall- corrr-
ino luckv dips, tomes, etc. but the
...ills were not wU pntronioM. At
. iho ''.. Id Iwo i
,i. dual ..'
ntt". Some kn"
..v.. .- .'
reee veil nn unlucky blow on ....
I.it.ii .....I irlitti.i^ Ihi .
which thev .'lope t. eomptotv ...
the beginninji of thll
J,OG KNOW
HOV LONG
THESE BANQUET
' kOIDSRAMERS
TAKE TO GET
READY SO VOL)
SNEAK A
L'TTLE 0ITE---
So IVMEN
OOCS HE
SNAP IT ?
VMY, JUST
AS YOU'RE
MAKING LIKE
A HOG,
op cuss,,
OF CUSS/
TUAH\ ANO A T.O
C* TWff HATUJ MAT
ft*
5
- eTHCl-
ArcC*4iSA'_0.
124 p.-i-/K"PL.l
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Rainfall rn.m ( mlrliiK Imi -
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