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I' M .I inc. --I \ll\\ WtM Ml ~?l~ STAMtS ftA\ SUM Mill II % %  13.-.2 CcOiib galtinq ••Shnp mmrtff /or Xmm&** ii.v %  baM a\i i iMorun <' # Hit 1ST. I..IS (l/lV i WII.H WRAPTINC i-Ain; t LASVl Hill ftlMOl i miP I li'IMi ^i .|i tif eir t (.in ui ..u:m.i i MI -MS (.11 I BOX! 8 OK ( Ho. Ot.Arkft ... GOl '. < %  :< uxt „ IIAW (.11 I MI '.,' .|. tr VOU GET THE B\ i; v s: loiTINC F.AN1Y at J.I). I. SPECIAL Hi M %  B JOII.\ II. IA.I OK A M>.\S MW. j < %  — DM 1.134. <*eeooeo**eo ae*'o. %  m -nd IMi o> lauB.r.1. %  in quial iriooahi v. nm dlffi ml M..i.. utr oiual wl and r "' •RrrkxaiR :• (• OIIOMIK ilJkrai dun mi Im.. I anjo Ihr T l the ( of Lady %  %  nMd foi pro* in ahioutng CftclllUM I i 'I prices I Recommrnilr.ti.mil of tl ii are bemt i tiles ib%  fnlnrir* C.ainmtU*iuner Ki-tnrn* S IR BRftOL DOfl % %  ,er who • %  I ppolntod by the nifnt to make en salartei of the ( I I i* BOOKER'S" Vmir I ,ml|. Ilart BKOAD STI1H riNGS (ALPHA PIIAHMAiY TIME AGAIN ^ FOR THE ^)^ A K.30 I' M Its Tl (i i %  GLOBLL €isiM4 "DAM I Ol %  H II All Vor. m Xr # i?> AT puma IEACI (IJ'I & MUSIC BY CURWIN TUN AND GAMES DON'T MISS IT I DANCE & SUPPER $1.00 lfVe mode it just for fun ... r and laughter! Alliance Francuiit de la Barbadc in msorialioii with Till: IIAKIIAIIOS riKIHAI. SOCIETY & TIIK CAMBO MUSIC (T.UB DANIEL ERICOURT Grand Pianoforte Recital CLIFTON |U GINGER WEBB S% ROGEBS Dreamboat CJJT THIS OUT lu Youi G Ai (.i IIBI: l D w ONI nil tMH K iMium oos . NI I >VAU4*II t>IMII 2 DAYS ONI V Ai t if v %  ^ H;tl( 4SSI Ml llll ISIIII A HUH i'OOl %  iis vmi u tin i s I WrtlKIK :l I. MI. i jWHWl-M>N In r1l.appolnti.il %  *>. tiwk U..1H i^l.U, .v,,. Ink. all In rln* Uld* >"' I UMI l: i I-I K .HMIiMriBi~Ni,iigrarpao ti-Uy. > %  >• lMt In IMfOUl NMlIU J-l-.l %  Awniiv |„. nm ,.k i MCWKi %  i. IAH Ml % %  rtr !" i—A MU 0*1 I •<.!•* II r*li, kit ,.,,lohkran.c. Bonif (..< rid goodly ah.re ol Humour. VS' M | AinrlMi-MiMir •'' •'"%  P'aparm %  M>W m iinw II MI Am %  >M#I \i n !• >MIN *• irtoMOllrr -i-'. ml. but Id oUirn hflp %  Uitonl alillilt to i—lf lood I'rMiiti limn Im impDiUnli .1,1. .1 .Ml'lrl U brine; aboul happy rHorma. M-ny ol IM. d-U h.v. n"i ln).dcr In Jrmrt lorrra. mtai manahip. arMnca. ItavaJ, ralUTIon. ilt fllllrHlxUnl Jki K' • M-.HL. %  I ••hits with Major NsMt i <>. tliromuiK Recital nn I iiiKllHii-hl Slipper Room CONTINKNTAI. CUISINK MUSIC by PANAMA Chez JEAN-PIERRE I'll. MM -:Hustings mtmbfy of I'urliiimvnt A N ml' -I tfW %  I..-' w.-k ITM Mr. Pnul ToBtrr % %  %  : | %  I .ml. ..: %  nonthi to -:\ni. ittiods of JutirnulUm. i i'. .I,, tba M i BU IWWIHi' k'"': with members o( the '-^Urtdard' tvportln SI;ifT. lie la r\|>ertod to return to Barbaric* LaU month. Jamaica Writvr J AMAICA born Hit, l.n.n: Irtmoocor, wife of Mr. Tom Iremnngrr — a cousin nf |fj Anthony Eden—tins written two booki wltrtfn %  nonth* Both arp to txp Dark lulferi Ml once wrote u 80.0O0H which wm lul un Ul •} ;.. publisher by registered po*l. Bfae l:nd kept no copy and DM lion received from tin. Pool Office w.i!£5. She did not re-write the book. Mr*. Ircmrmger who ha I ilnrootlier Ot %  nine-year-old gtal /* i1 Immitmt I'ti/iiitC i %  n %  i POUMU •I i Ions and iin#I to ce %  I %  %  Carlo "Hi Aaa> hi '" %  hold let* on Thiirsii.' NovonlMM Mh, : %  %  %  Title held i C %  WlWI Queen o( the Ki'>i' v. im frill LIKP par! in the Roy. Perfonnanca ii I indium toMtwaH nt the Palladium recanUy, stubaa mji,' .1 narooj t'>i bar self In Bi I %  hi-onieroogi H axpart In Uv Variety i %  %  will be .•oinpctiiia fur tba C/ueen*a apnh.li-.' v. Britain's own Oracle Fields and other well-ki %  /Air/. Ihinw M MBTTOM HEWITT, .. Civil I returned Ing a few month*' t L %  Paid Vtiit 1 B.W.I.A. i I \ IVW l.\ %  : I \tiiuiivl Gom f wm m c* i was an ) i. v\ i \ %  Fnrvu',11 Party A FABEWaXL PARTY was .. nt Mrs Kail X Road on Werimsd;iy night in _T of I* Mi a. ii %  i| who left thtThursday by HW.l.A %  .' %  good luck. %  %  1 Mr. Ericourt Plays Again inlb oa iiiMiinK .i • i Hal I j Mr Lionel HI (.laved here on a pivvioua octaaaVaM to large and "retponaive" audience*. :-.. racUa) i liiirnuTi' Hall next Friday night under the auspices of the Alliance Franceise of whicb Noott is President. I i* looking after tho iiriangementa. Tlic Concert will mark the end holiday here. Mi Kricourt will leave on daj Inr the Argen* a lie "ill fulrll a num%  %  %  (ommg to Bnibados about four weeks ago. Mr. T.ricottrt completed a tour of tho BouCi Amarlean aaatttMnL givi>erformonces in BuanOS In two of them, he ,-t -A illi an orcheatra rxplelma his pending %  %  •ignaenu nt> in the Argentine, ii will visit Europe. %  BUva country, > n> i that he has I pleased to play "if the schools, but ants were being made members of the fifth and sixth forms of the secondary schools to attend the forthcoming; concert at a special price. Ifamon And Garden* festival A NTIC I A S Families. Homes mil Gardens Festival, Is In full "'..int,' f"i two weeks. The ; going was on Monday % % %  tier 27 His F.xi-elleiUv tba Governoi I the opening oeregaegty BO, and Lady Black.,\ll San-.ts Village. Members of ind .i number of others rasing the ittanded eeremonlcs at tba other villages ii 'he island. U.-ine


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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1*52 Si \|).\ i UlVOf \ 1 I PAGE THU£ days, Ihe professor wai %  popular tool of the silent *craen and his ancienl Alms have been reissued on television to advertise Exotic Perfume*. To uve his job, he goes to New York to obtain an Injunction against the showing of hla Alms, but instead of returning to college, he succumb* to the blandishments \T THI: t MOM DREAMBOAT It. ii.B. A HIGHLY amusing and diverting comedy satire that is worth attention is DREAMBOAT now playing at the Globe. Lampooning television and U I rtising, this film provides Chiton Webb with a custom-built vehicle for his comedy talents. Mr Webb n of a staid professor of English who suddenly Bnde that his : peace of mind and security are rudely threatened when his hidden past is discovered bv his students. It appears thai in hi* salad — B.B.C. Radio Notes Keccptiiin From London London a-IU be interested to le.in, tha*. of Hollywood and signs a conthe BBC is to carry out testa in tract making him n brand new Ttifci arw liefsflsgrtj In nfinlili rtjg|g %  tar. for Impronng reception Whiio Thenare some hilarious reception will be flashbacks to the old silent films tlu hc BBC that five Mr. Wchb an amor,u comments from listaoars will ously athletic work-out as the bl „ f v, ue ftIld >ou aTi l(1%ltod Valentino-style lover. with all to CIld m r „ wn nnd|ng ^ Ma purple passion being lavi : a (] j£ gj^ *" " G n cr "SEEL 'JS SS W * "* 0mrt 'PO Box 408. co-star. As a member or mo v mvalim 1. !" ..,,uwi Foreign Legion, we ee Wm MKWn. Annies. BWI killing off his enemies with the &OBGE BEANAED SHAW ease required to JielL peas; as T^ MXOM aimi vcrsrj of th* an aviator in World War I ,, bh w. demolUhed^the Ace of t he. Per| wtuMt |a u on Novemb „ „ ^ lug marked in the BBC'c General Overseas Service by a number of f aravltv to save his lady iP'l programmes setuauj o7e ThcY* fSrt. arcperformed * .lrst oi thesewill be heard on bv Mr. Webb with all the un.Saturday, 1st. November. Here believable energy and vitality of, <•** are: the good old days, and Miss | Saturday, November 1 and 8— Rogers also shows that she is 'Caesar and Cleopatra' in two quite capable of emulating her (parts. Acts 1 and 2 on the 1st. C rcdccesaors. Garbed as a slinky and Acts 3 4 and 5 on the 8th nrem girl, she does a hootchiboth beginning at 8.30 p.m kootrhl dance that not even; Monday 3rd. and Friday 7Ui Theda Barn could h;ive bettered, i A, feature programme on the Another most amusing sequence fun Shaw pi\. •Wdowers' is the court-room scene where. Homos. at 9 p.m. Monday and present-day television comrepeated at 5.15 p.m Friday. merrlals really get %  going over Irtaay 7th ~ "ThiMind and Cllfion Webb does n bang-up Work of Bernard Shaw' — a job as the profit.-"whose reulk by sti John rvlnc al 0i30 strained acidity is In sharp contrast with the athletic and man Air Force In two minutes flat and as a swashbuckling Monday 10th and Friday ; |U passionate lover of the silent films, while Ginger more happily cast than I've seen her for some tene. A lira rate supporting east includ EUo Lancnester as the college WKITKKS EKOM BRITISH Dean who has amorous yearn(ILTIANA MS! In ihc not cditum of "Cribbean Voices' on Sunday, 2nd —The Voice and Speeches of to be .broadcast at 9 66 p.m. Monday and 5.15 p.m. Friday Francis as his blue-stocking daughter; Fred Clarke as the T.v. sponsor ad JeJfrej Huotei Definitely an amusing Bin and one that touches off frequent laughter wioji lu farcical and original story-Idea nnd conversational slapstick Carson City A rugged Western adventu Story*. CARSON CITY can seen at the Plarn. Bridget' Imt. the entire half-hour will be devoted to two writers from British Guiana which Is now appearing more frequently in this weekly programme oi prose nnd poetry from the Wcsi IndMS. The broadcast opens with a sketch by Ian Caiew and will be \H_I followed by poems by Gordon Woolford. The programme bePOULTRY NOTES The other day a friend told me of some feed which was being ued in a neighbouring island to make hens lay three eggs a day. You d_ont want to go in for, this kuel of egg production but you do want to get layers to increase their feed Intake. The more feed layers eat the more they can be expected to lay. Heal .•;lh .111 in-bred rapacity to lav between 300 and 300 eggs per year need to eat a lot. All hens 1 eat a certain amount of feed but feed which Is in excess of main; teSMOea, in the case of good layers produces more eggs. So dont think you are pampering your hens by getting them to increase their feed intak* You are merei ly using good management provided of course that your hen* ; have the In-bred capacity to lay I ihe extra eggs which should result I from the extra feed, liens will ; eat more if you feed them a pala, table nutritive ration. It should lie uniform in quality and have all the proteins, vitamins and -in to be necessary for top production of quality eggs. Dont forget to provide *fi feet of feeder space for each 100 hens so that even the most timid i hen in the flock will get her I share and not be crowded out b\ i the more aggressive birds. Fg'c production as I keep on NMlndIng you in these notes requires ; lota of water, so provide an auto> n.atic water system or two five gallon waterers for each 10 birds. Feed Intake can be inci eased by the use of lights, but a 13 or 14 hour day ia adequate Some poultry men increase feed consumption by feeding frequently ami stirring the feed to .i.uae the natural interest of ihe hens. You should aim to increase the output of the hens you have before adding to your flock Hens In high production use feed more efficiently and there is a great difference between a flock in 50 per cent, production and one in 70 per cent, production. A 100 pullet flock at 70*: r production will give 350 dozen eggs in 60 days while the same flock at r-o-f. production will give only 250 do/en eggs. Obviously H is up to the poultry keepei lo get his production up to 70%. He will be able to achieve this aim if he gets extra feed into his hens. And this Is the right time of the year to Increase egg production. In readiness for the coming tourist season. Fa rm And Ga rden Hy VGKH "/. i NATURE \\; *t i:n RJ I >\\ IfUQ the i n on food production and the I posal to the fulirsT extent i ly the fact U n increasea %  resources. It teems] ftp i what u invi • idtng. u.u m darili'iiiii" llinfs For Amateurs There i, „ ,., II just ihe right i %  bi -i %  ,. ihii weekend. tins at the regular time of 7.15 The locale is the state of p.m. and can bo heard in the 31 Nevada, back in the turbulent ] and 49 metre bands — 9.58 and days of 1870 and the story tells 6.035 megacycles respectively, of the. building .,f the raltroed through tough eountr\. In a tough era, from Cariwm City to VTrSTATIC OPKNl.NflJ OF PARLIAMENT One of the mo-t impressive ol on Britain's traditional pageants, the *' u Stale Opening of Parliament, takes place on Tuesday next. The BBC will broadcast a running commentary un U Procession from Buckingham Palace u> Westminster and %  Inia City Rnnay liandnlpli Seott |s the construction gineer who undertak'i 1 assSgnment. C)bsbjcle>i of cverv kind crop up including an unsympathetic press, a gang of hold-up men known as the Champagne Bandit*, headed by It.ivmond Maasey and Anally a, ., land-slide thai cause, a tunnel I **lted verwoii wUI be given later cave-In. However, the track is! *" tha day for Usteners In this successfully laid and the climax, P*" "' *** world. The edited comes when the bandits try to (Version will bo broaacaat twice, sabotage the train on its first O" 10 *t 0 p.m. and again at 8.30 trip to Virginia City. j P-m. both on Tuesday, the 4lh There is plenty of action all November. The former will be the way. with gun light, and audible in the 25 metro band and lome stunning bar-room brawl i. the latter In the 31 and 49 metre with Mr. Scott delivering and bands. In addition the Palace of taking it on the chin. Westminster where Her Majesty's The film is in Warnercolnr Lords and Commons carry on the which is particularly effective to functions of a Parliamentary hiehlicht the scenic backGovernment will be tha subject grounds. This colour is not as of a feature programme on brilliant as Technicolor. being Friday, 7th November at 7.48 softer lr, tone, and I found dpjn. vug Stanley Hasted as the very pleasing aod natural. i narrator More Than Ever m AUCKLAND. New Zealand's 90.000 farmers * likely to sfnd Britain, in the next lv months, more dried milk, butter, cheese, and meat than during aji ysimilar perio.i since the war. They will supply us with more than half our total imports of cheese and dried milk, more than a rjuarler of our butter, and nearly half of our carcass meat. If good weather holds, dairy farmers will send more than last year's 98.000 tons of butter-fat. Production Is up 21 per cent, on the average figures for the last five years. The seasons yield bl likely to reach record proportions. More land is being brought under grass, and more cows milked. New Zealand expects to export at least (he same amount of :i .itociH ioi,s ..f meal la frozen and ciiined form. The bulk f thi* goes to Britain. Premier Sidney Holland's Cabnet, anxious to step up food production. Li considering further lncentvo measures. i leaving them until thi old. and for ihe best | suits they must be taken up a lust the nunt This right time is almost In 1 'hat after a time I %  recognizable. But. for the novice in gai and as a generality a i, may be g The seedlm* little leave fe. i %  enough roots for the ovei AH,i m i the Ihtli plant grows. Hi. i ami id. M i .1 ..tit l> few weeks when the seedling < bunched, and grown %  U high, the U it nut III ihe garden l plannng should always b the Utte :if''T r-. lings should be put in' v ill i t| .i : 1K><1 If ptissible. the box lings should u taken and each one at a time with as can be taken up su > roots so as to disturb th %  .. linn thin I I number <>l %  ': • • u bunches of leaves, about thbed U> Hivi •),< %  %  :.! %  tection until the) mak< iTbese "umbrellas she In the bed : least %  v ;-,thn %  aee i lanting t.. ftowei %  plants take kmg> 'ft< i times durinrr I plants need up|>n In a very wii I These supports are Important. .. I if n plant ncvi it will flni 'nnd grow all Dill "I <\\*pt Unless i this need Is si'polled %  In big eounti Ii massed flower uecoanmonlj n i looking hk. 'spread out 1 the Harden of gardenln* eould, arlll I age, be adopted in Barbados m 'even one lame esfCular bed n well I.nd out annuals in a gam%  t %  „ % % %  I %  %  eeae 'hat advi.' i'niikin rind .i .1 plctun %  %  HP day agncuHui-l %  i .. . .ii anno eerli n... Ung nenrrally. it n.lght l %  JII art %  %  %  with His II i i. dealings jMwndayi. ihe heitinnlnga of %  %  %  %  • best and %  (nit especially %  %  \ • I Actually it inUj 1900 thai the di ^^*^e fulU %  %  m.r M RHEUMATIC PAINS Hera is REAL relief For T-I rebel from rheaa*bc pams it is esnenUal to correct their cause. WV ihey are da* •o the accumulation of bodily impurities it naaans that *aar kidnrys which should IKar jway these harmfal unponbea ai e slaggssh aad aasd a roeibcioe -P. r> wins aHlTlir PUss are gssesessei that taeaa vital retain to Iksti os^ fasKHoo ol laaiuig the ajMein of i i a ai rs ttss. 1 D* Witt's Puls have been ^^ i^lievuig rheumabc suBerers u n i-kc ^ I AM V1TI There* nothing else hk. VIA* \ II | It i. the ONLY rrtkvcr wh..h AI S took Vitamin H, I too' K and gci *oo*e VI \-l A ibkis now. c ^^^For {HEADACHES {NERVE PAINS >C0LOS, CHILLS. j RHEUMATIC PAINS KEUEVtS YOUK PAN sad MAKES rou na wtu YEASTVITE %  tt igt The floor you'll tvant in your home! Lovely to look at, easy to .iccn. luxurious to walk ace. wide range of DOlOVfl I dc^ of ihc advantages <>i Years of hard wear will tonl (which are resilient and quite damp-rekittanl but resistant more, they can he laid throughout the houseon any solid 10 >car own taste These are seeat irfaced with Semastic Decorative Tits iii how truly economical are these uses nlike stone tiles) They are not oeay lire and vermin loo. What is %  *• Over tseenfv pfain eaerMeal dr LuKuriou. ,„ uall dr Bee* to cfean. inrf ic IMmp-firm-vmnmtmir Lamg 'oaring. %  SV Cam 6. •aaifr SE^/ISTIC DECORATIVE FLOORING TILES A syjen % %  '' COMPJMt Supplied and Laid bv DOWDING KSTATKS & TRADING CO.. LTD. Bay Street Telephone 3372 and 5007 i mlii he Spot. Planting up such n ba I lot of inten-st iinrl scop artistic arrangement of Ihe pi nl> In combined, and eontrasling Ours. Cure must l>e taken i cheoslnt II %  i are Of even belgWa. • : Utsil when flowering the Iwii t like eSael Bueh %  I %  of COUIM entails real skill in nrvJenlnsf, sAd Is more suited to parkl il E ublic ptacea and i.. •!.1 •• %  ; %  11 ke garden. Although this kind ol I la very beautiful homely ganlen oan til snphisticatcii cousin charm all then many I I D Hi I M professioi...! alms In a garth-i, i groomed, well i ancc. ono colour Although annual* d'i supply the gayeal [bay ati bj no n %  only wa> garden, vines, flowarin Shrubs and cfltoon supply ,:. colourful effe. t < ..!. I %  single annual possible range of | a youthful • nfs have %  %  %  %  %  iih e n a bl e nature In tin.< Ud to be din I iHtd i,. % %  ..mi benefll r %  % %  i,i-iH to say that. : objacti %  -.ler.t (. breadet the fin mould the hehavsoui i %  Ol Of new i'.inia adnUnJek I ensure the plant's best lie Tin %  h-vr .11 t-cen worke I ... work niuit be oontln %  lie soil Inn with life Vre meet It 1 i subject to rh.inge. AIBLIM Rfl SKALINKKS SUBMARINES GAKDK.N SICTS DOLLS . they sleep and cry and slretrh nnd they Choose all Ihe beautiful lovi \mir chilil ireeoM ol NOW: CANNONS GUNS with rap* HOSPITAL CAM Stretcher I'aiieni ind have real hair' HUSH with a fiultar < I rincl . Concertina . M 11J i . \U -. )ihmie . PLASTIC TOYS—an enor mous ran^e el InairpeaaaUg and well made loyi priced jfey/S^abtVl IRISH RAYON in colourful floral designs These ore from Ihe Emerald Isle in two very practical light weights and colour lovely . :iu" wide .it -i. and 94c. per yard. At Sahcly'i % mi in ill what ynu want w hen you won! il. BIY NOW!! there will be a rush for these!! „•# (ieo. Sahely & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. 89 as low a* 9c. it lit itnuts COTTON FA from LTD. K.\ IN HOW Kil-s tune plav i. lunp' jrv VO>l A XMAS TREE LIGHTS BUBBLE, PLAIN and SPARE BULBS ALSO XMAS TREES and XMAS TREE DECORATIONS The Corner Siore -J



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I'M,I III! H sIMiw \|H(H Ml St'NDAY, NOVEMBER 2. l*t IM3ILS A^AINhl II\I)IAI\S? CAMLIW* % %  .•.,. ItlOYGASMCL linen, the •*; man's fa fabric tlntirr lUnml in* ^vltntors Bv a > an*n\ TV*.-wJ i*i ,•..t r e—. trm** M knew i* ..iralh %  uit*t*W k* ibr ,'invmii \ I I.* hgbi-*.^, imiaad pssia ARLTON aecured a Ural innings u tn wickets as Black Roi k rattanta] na displa.<, "I hatting t< %  I H William* also did aome food I %  plurtd on BJM from St Hill •1 i Ltevaa I Mi Mir ili-t g Win%  I IH2 In aswet UW West liwa** I>KTI |U| t l of vWrei are % %  %  %  a. i •-a a-tiable %  t fa* serwil) that ... •Oar* ft* the tS a^Si^sir^s^ s ^ Mtad Ma :v %  %  iroievearta'.11 cemusssa*] Una IJ was aftajsMan # 'tinted one -lion of IIhundiad .n.i loos. mi rwa W.II. UM Men a] %  • H ..inherd Huu-hlswon wu caught tn tow Kn.i IM*II. MMI i.H.h ana wicket kaapar off Denia Atkim leasjeti %  md f..i l Witmi mini the branch %  ,,-th.M run Fleshing, hi* first run it*! l> AtkliiMtn wu ( | UM bOWUM of H Mre,i -i„l gut \UK.i..ir (dull, in Ihtnext t.all Lucas WM Utal kesl high, taught %  < m • .lipa. for H.n Marshall eoi.tnbutmg M r Edghill was .uh Hi* ila* n*t in .mil he fn.nl the InM ball thee MI .I.-U.M in Brtekla 6 %  < MarertaU'i >ei In Marshalla I M'Uir lifccU t •nm WAS TH: % %  mm Will) .it 34 ha first ball from m-xt MV.I Hghlll lut him hi for four followed b] anoUMf low lo get the score past Wanderer N 0 ONE ran aoj thai mo InHrrolonial Iouriiamr.l undfr lh. 11I0VG/I§M€L \. >. Hrx.Irn A Sot* (BllWM) UU\. Skvar**** .4 ihe i took ... to Atktaaoa WIH u>wid u 200 > two. ihr two hundrad idn aval In ihr n.*i ,.*n anM BB m tWO huiniml and Bva Marshall. Willn.ni* ulralghl mmutrs at etoaa Of plif>'. r',.,^'.:,';: ana ., spAKTAN nn. on lh bMM H JB .S 1 "? !" *"!* ii. ? ^ I tk,„.n conlUlMl 10 bowl right through Ihe r.nj. of n„ n drove Ihg 3r.l ball Sp.rtn Um •""<' .Uwm '" Ihrr.HI,,. In in, Usi hall g'nga ' '•>•> "'•' inning! lead 111 over William, cover ov En, P" "1 ""' ccon a "i" hln, to the bmmd.ry to. P" •> h '" J'"> ptvuion flfir run. In h„ nexl over Wll. ht. t Bga k.B]l JJ"^" 1 *^ % % %  In i.i'. overweck t bowl in", gpgtl of inilagm umtti f 0 ",, 0 J"toui W lo 111 id h Ulh uver Hrirkie Lucaf hit '"' "• In ""if "^ona "Pell t — him r..r the Hr.t >lx In the m.tch >e "*£* Em P' !" '" ""' Ijcen MitneaMd by the Selectors and by Bn H tbe nekhall thmimh .lln. without low. th, correct per.pe.uve o bWwU there 5tt£?.l3S, HE. ErlTAIklniSl "^".v 88 b, Everton Weekc, relhrVKl Mmrgh.ll he sent down chiefly re.ponible lor Em.e. the — l ecfcu g .> a body aave not torn the Jammic. u..i.^.._. ouKk^L^.f^;reftm..x SJTS: i,nd ? ?'-•'•>- C.'i!^"^irvrsK^s^s"r*• • %  .; .- STalf.Kir'Jrr i !" ,' n %  %  •'• How will lJ ur to put the scor. .1 Ml '•'< d my P'M. and >' NevikV Bomno. GWodon Glbb^ P.raud*.u and cornpany ^•#!2S^ t !!ria fi n f to *? di P"* ln onr muH admit i: parforwteacaa ahould have bn tn* Captain and viewed m then .... W wire lo be tome heart-burning and embarrassment. Surrlv il thev did not see. they must hear from the people who so* them and then Pavilion, and glide thr next *ho shall keep the kceoer* themselves MILLER? GOODRIDGr: C.ASK1Ni? ,, Su Goodr d * %  n will be asked again in the absence of any real talented show.. ; lug by the pace bowling candidates in quest of International honours, taking advantage of by hitting two rau runs to his over-week score. to leg for three carrying the score Then Camie Smith came to the Xo 50 wicket to put up n grand display of batting to topscore with 55 Another Chans* before he was stumped oil H. King's bowling. Smith found no With the score at 74 another difficulty in playing the Empire bowhi.g change took place when attack and he regularly sent thr N ivircv assisted E Atkinson, ball to the three boundary, lie Williams made no mistake In and O, N. Grant came together his bowling in a fourth wicket partnership that over, which yielded 59 runs. Grant We saw Goodrtdge and Miller here and 1 need not force my own In the first ball of h|s next over was eventually oul after opinion on the local public. Thc> saw them and quite a large number Williairui hit him for one. next tldent knock for 24. of local people are quie capable, in my opinion of judging them from two bal'.s was two two's by Lucas. Soon Out the International level, bearing in mind the contemporary material Mrta -ontinueo to bowl with Clyde Walcott was soon out at their disposal. an open ., eId for iMcai who was a f ler SCO rlng a promising 14. hitting h.>rd. first ball in thai Keith made 10. N. Harrison* THEY HAVE BEEN TKIEI) ver was a four and the next a went in at number seven to play three, I% %  by Lucas. With the a cautious hand and only take W HO will say whether people like Ferguson, Atkinson. Rickards f"^ l Prlrc* continued and runs when the chances of being Guillen, players who have already the experience of lnternaJJ""f !" * !" cefully put him to out were slight. He was however tional touts behind them will be given their f,,r chance in the absence £* .S""""^ t0 "' ** *>}•* venU.allv stumped off H. King s if any recent activity at least a far as the West Indies Board officials * 'P_ l(M> minutes, und his bowling for 35. SHADES OF GRACE, SPIRIT OF SPOFORTH By BOOKIE aj Ben Battle was a soldier bold And used to war's attack, But a crick** ball took off his legs. So h* lay down his bat. Now as they bore him oil the Held. Said he, "Let others shout. For here I leave my two fine legs While Norman bowls them out* 1 MM apoloptra lo Thomas Hood.) A PPARENTLY the above verses wore running in Ben Battle's mind yesterday morning as he prepared for what he described as a very i .iket match. One which, he said, absolutely ruled out all thought of any other sport and consequently he could not even conaldat writing racing notes for to-day's column The nLhWide of his friends In the stand did not do much to brighten his thoughts any. as they kept reminding him that the Carlton boys DM tbail lu>me ground are indeed hostile and formidable foes. Ben conaolad hnmelf with the thought that playing cricket in sucb lovely surroundings us there are at Carlton i* a tonic lo both mind and body. Although at the thought of "body" he probably had another twinge uf lhe tummy as he contemplated the damage that might be done to same with a good bumper. Especially as he Is one who strongly advocates the use of a pace bowler who can bump the ball occasionally Well I hope that Ben enjoyed his match and did not come a croppar, By next Sunday, may be. I shall It* able to persuade him to entertain you again in these columns. In fact, he will have to make a reappearance before that, as he is due to give you some tips before the raagi grMefa open next Saturday. For the remainder of the morning things war* very dull Indeed at the track yesterday. I should Imagine that it is the effect of having a four-day meeting which makes trainers reluctant to really test out their charges, for I can think of few Saturday mornings a week before the races, when work was so restricted. My visit to colder climes has left me with the habit of waking op -. equently I have missed quite a lot of those 1 should have seen since my return. Chief among these is Apple Sam. the Jetsam— Apple Fritter two-year-old who everybody has been telling me about. Maybe it will be a pleasant surprise in store for me If 1 see him for the first time on race day, but I think I will make an effort to see him exercising before that. I arrived at the track lust as Castle In the Air, (better known as Cassy) begun his gallop over about 7 furlongs. This colt has developed into just the sort of powerful racing machine 1 thought he would make when 1 left him six or seven months before. He Impressed me a great deal yesterday and his time of 1.25 for the box to box was the best for the morning. Indeed I find that most of the horses from the Bourne stables are looking well. The next out from among these was Blue Nelly (better known as just "Nelly", although "Nelly with the big Belly" Is a term which was applied to her by a well known trainer). Nelly, however, has lost quite a bit of her rotundity since I saw her last and now looks as If she might be ready to do herself Justice. She worked a five very easily in 1.061. From lh* same slable a little later came Magic Ggye (better known as Magic); although not to be confused with the famous healing oil). Her box to box in 1.25| was accomplished with the utmost case. I do not know much about the opposition she will have at this meeting but she looks to me like one who ought to do well. Tinother ibers of this formidable *** able to 43. Frank King went to the wicket Roy Mar*h,ill then came on in at number 9 and went at the .. Atkinson', place and sent bowling aggressively lo score %  Of the key professionals. I have yet to hear of any concrete proposals down no,h rr maiden, yet another valuable 23 nol out l>cing put to them. ^^ change took place this time St. Empire's 1 concerned. In addition to this. It is obvious thai they should not attempt the iMisense ol going into battl, against the Indians without the s ACME OF FACETIOISNESS ing put to them. %  """" changi* tobk place this time St. • Empire's spinner H. King was 1 understand that the circumstances being propitious for a comHl11 { a T, Peim his first ball was Ihe most successful of the Emplele breakdown in West Indian Cricket goodwill the West Indies ""* followed by two to leg by pire bowlers and took five for 45 Cricket Board of Control have decided that the entire board will con'' uca ltl *" next ball, and still in 14.3 overs, four of which were stitute a selection committee for the purpose of selecting the captain a noUler one. maidens. He kept an accurate %  ince the selectors u-ere not oble lo meet tn British Guiana or arranged. Aft.T Roy's next over which was length and beat the batsmen a manlen, the players cam* In for regularly. His accurate bowling lunch with the score at 104, and kept the batsmen feeling until Williams 44. and Lucas 41. wkth few exceptions they were W H*T t> I .. n uu .wi I. -..*.,. J .LI ... S! ,h eontinued after lunch tempted to swipe at his deliver. J, ^T, „ couW onlv come from lh nnn w 'iHioms played on the fifth ies. Actually, four of his wicket? west indies lirick, i Board <;f Control, is that the four selectors ball of the over to give St. Hill were secured by the batsmen bc,.. Marsdcni (Trinidad), Mr N N. Netnersole (Jamaica), Mr. K. L. a wicket, he contributed a well ing stumped, three of these being WttAart tB.£ acting for Mr. Maurice Green) and Mr. F. A. C. plav.d 47. G Hutehlnson was Camie Smith, Keith Walcott and Clairmonte (Barbados) should submit their nominee for captain and next in. N. Harrison. then this in turn will be submitted to the entire Board for ballot. Mirshatl was still bowling when The other spinner Holder was -. ,. , Liuat cover drove him for four alto accurate and captured three ..T 1 "!" '" acme of facctiousness and the West Indian cricket to get hit score past flflv, and in wickets for 4B runs in 23 overs. public -should know the reason of the low dodge In the llrst place the last ball of that over it was H e managed to get Clyde Walcott U£L. 1 \ w ^,' h ^ b reak ln ,,iec f f nt ,hat ,h -'Wcst Indies cricket j,n>ther four bv Lucas. Denis Ateaught and bowled N. Hams. ^JMST 1 *" V0,|C U? %  !" n, re * Intercolonial cricket competitions klnaon came hack on from '" M 1 """ a c ?P*' n and n team rhe captain wa coopled as soon y,..|,..|-, and giving tbs bttoLacked Speed \.i-t fl \ ^^ '' W tht 5 '''' M f ,n0 ,CBm whlch he marl time to score some easy Pacer H. Barker was never would have to lead. singles the total was now 137 My troublesome. He lacked "peed The selections were submitted to the Board for their approval now Atkinson was bowling some and seemed quickly wearied by To carry this matter to its logical conclusion one must be fortified in the view that the new conception ii that the entire West indies Cricket Board of Control Is a Selection Committee whenever there Is some strange work ahead "CANE. COFFEE AND TOBACCO" 7"HY should the funds of the West Indies Cricket Board of Contn with hard hiltina to back drive He took one wicket for 41 runs one hard for four, and two balls Spartan was unfortunate in nol later pulled him hard for another setting an Empire second iimnim four, his BODiaj now was 87. wicket as Hunte was given a life Hutchinson's wicket fell to off King when Clyde Walcott RM I n al atanti determined bowling failed to catch the ball. King of E Atkinson with the score at opened up in the dimming light W *>\ . u ... •. J .... . ., . H? "id Hutchinson B* he was w i ,h a ternrte speed and had both HY should the funds of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control caught by wicket-keeper Proverbs Hunte and Hob.mon dodging his be utilised to send the selectors sailing and flying throughout E Marshall then Joined Lucas and bouncing deliveries. ihe British north and south Caribbean area to see for themselves at first carried the score to ISO keeping About 5.20 o'clock following hand the talent that should be placed la the Held to uphold the highest i, m( with the clock. E Marshall *n appeal for light, and before tumours of West Indies Cricket when their findings are now to be was bowled by St. Hill after 'he umpires could give any de; submitted to people who were perhaps supervising the grinding of making four. Next batsman in eision. the crowd, consisting of [ cane, the sale of Blue Mountain coffee and tobacco, or arrowroot, limes was R. Hutchinson who faced St, bailers for both teams, crowded I and sea island cotton, and possihly never even heard of the recent |i,|| s i aat ^1. the field and prevented further tournaments. After ne batsmen started hitplay. It is regrettable that even the seemingly comic antics of the jf -f|" *2212S!?5&&J£i COLLEGE vs. POLICE recent past must no longer be regarded a the sins of second childishnn '' ^ an ,J^^ riri n ^ k .„"" ^ CrG Wus q S ile n an int rrs, ; n ness but of a fanatical and conceited spasm of short-sightedness that Is ' ***"*•£ nd Jj !" .,** d v %  P'"/ •* he Park yesterday unaware of the fact that it can only lead to a complete ami diabolical "•. and puled the last bal of as the first division match be-quandering of the edifice which people like Learie Constantine. ;''" "ver to One leg for mbar tween College and Police was Corse Francis. George Challenor, John Goddard. Gerry Gomez. Jef£ „ Thc .*J? ro W>> nOW 17 nd ">td. Honours of the day U,^ Stollmever, Weekes. Worrell, Valentine and Icamadhin, to menoy Marshall came on again. went to Mr. Sam Headley whose lion only a few. have helped to build up with blood, sweat, toll and Continued hpell undefeated knock of 101 enabled over the past quarter of a century. !> Atkinson • back i place ghl also have renewed acquaintance with Embers (better known os Enibiel, Aiunda and Rebate, who, I should imagine must, by now, be better known OS "Rundy" and "Balle". The one notable exception in Ihis stable with this string of aliases ending in • y or le is Usher, who, I am glad to hear, is still known as "Son". I am sorry to can, that he is. perhaps, the one most likely to retire from the track for good. He was a bright star among our Creoles. Alter Castle in the Air, the next two to work on the outside were Street Arab and The Thing. 1 know little or nothing about the former who I saw galloping for the ilrst tune. But The Thing looks like the same old Thing to me. They did nve in 1.061. Fiieuxce came out after that lo do a mile. She did the last box to box in 1.27 and the last five in 1.0|, moving very easily. Belle Surprise did a reslrained box lo box In 1.21*1. She also has nut improved in looks since the early pail of the year but I undersiand that new methods are being practised with her now and the breaking of clocks at exercise is absolutely forbidden. The little creole March Winds was not much company fo. the imported grey Trimbrook. Responding to signals from her tra'ner. Dot unlike those of the "tick-tack" men in England, Trlmbrook's rider %  lunik her up over the last furlong and hc mushed lengths ahead or Merer. Wimis. Hut the tune of 1.06 I/B indicated that they had not been going loo fast ul tho beginning. Landmark did some useful work but nothing very surtling. Her last box to box was done in 1.28 1/5. Mr. Victor Chase seems once ugain to have laid his hands on one similar to the late First Love. Landmark seems to be improving with age. A half mile by Iho well named Meerschaum indicated nothing o.ii way or the other although I should imagine she can improve on trie s8 i. seconds which she returned. Mr. Gill's example in workm,. out a name for this Ally is one that should be copied more frequently. All of us probably knew that this was the stuff of which trie best pipe-bowis arc made. But how many of us know that the %  Mil itself comes from sea-weed. As Meerschaum Is by Jetsam the in m ittOB is apparent. 1 was forced to look twice at old Colleton before 1 recognised him. I suspect however that It was the great argument about a former stable mate of his which distracted my attention. But when Ben Battle used him as an example to support his argument that horses can win twice at one meeting and still be inferior, I was forced to look at hit.i again and wonder how he ever did it. If Mr. Chase lias an aptitude for laying his hands on second "First Loves." then he snows an equal taicni for acquiring those ol the calibre of Hard Nut and Bobolink, two who frequented his stable for many moons without showing much profit. Ben, as one of his iriends reminded yesterday, also used Colleton in the past to illustrate another point he had in mind, but he may rest assured, that ho wu* not the first to bo wrong about this horse. I myself once wrote ihnt he had a bright future. One of the best gallops for the morning on the outside was done by Fire Lady and Vectis. They did five in 1.05|, both moving well all the way. Vectia la entirely new to me but her partner Fire Lady looks just as good as she was last Christmas. I think she will probably like the state of the going at this meeting and should therefore do welL Nearly all the other gallops for the morning were done on the inside track and times cro therefore unreliable. 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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 151' SUNDAY AI>\CK ATE I'll. MM Yesterday's Cricket ii Cortege UMII, to .Iwljr* theii •ninas closed at 22% for thr k*f i i gh t wickets. V Ihe close ut pljv Lift Setuilec had scored 90 foi i epiy to th* Police score i flfc with Hope U d Mr U^dley 1 ai the not out hatsmen. Thaw two remained together vesterday uDtil the score had i nached 132 when Mop* WH bowled by Mulllns. This part. roved to be the best for tier mnlngt. with Hope HUKII.K hU half century by five rum.. The remaining baUrm-n h t ld their end* up while Mr. Headley rased to hi* century, his tint of the season. in the College tlist inomg*. Skipper Farmer bowled exceedingly well to capture two wicket? for 4} runs in 34 overs. 11 or which were maiden* Prank Taylor took two for IB and Carl Mulhne two for 4*. Started At 4.15 Faced with a deficit of IM runs. Polite started their second Innings at 4.1ft with Taylor and Blackman to the bowling of Headley and Simmons. After a •tinflrtrnt start, Taylor was beaten and bowled by ,|uof Mr. Head, ley's deliveries which rune back from the leg with the total standing at IB and his individual seor c IS. Five runs later, Hlenman was most unfortunately run out without scoring. This let in Captain Farmer who *l" dismissed soon after with the total at 35. His eoaarfhsjUon wai 8. G. Sobers, ceatliry maker of the Police teasn was test to th. wicket, but after playing defen•ivdi. hv was dismissed b> Mi Hc.idlcy with the total 39. Dodson who filled the breach played <>ut time with Blackman who imdefeated with IB to hi* credit Police are now 111 runs behind with six wickettill intact l>l( KVYICK vv loiM.i AT I t Hi' .i iVk..-h wored an oulngki victory aga n-l I*.dac on the second day's play of their match at LodKe School grounds yester d ay Two centuries were vored in this match. T. S. Birkelt knock. d up an undefeated 10S while skipper John Goddard tva undefeated with 101 lo in* credit. The Kensington team won by an inntnga and i7 runs. Lodge in their first innings were bowled .>.•( for 90 E. Hoad took three for 21. At the end of the first day's play Pickwick hau lost the wicket of Charlie Taylor for 226 runs. Taylor was out leg before to Wilkie for 39. Pickwick yesterday went on to amass 261 for the loss of the same wicket Both Birkett and C.oddan) played comfortably and I-odge. in their second venture wire howled out for a meagre 114 Jordan and Hoad were the most successful bowlers, taking four and five wickets respectively Clayton Oreenklge took one wicket Sundetland Level With The Wolves '*- %  OM> Own LONDON. Nov. 1 lu>uu.uet of the day was for Stmderland and a special mention tor the Welsh International centreforward Trevor Ford That 5—2 win at Mala* Roan Manchester City has put land with a Kara* la hand level on points with th* Waives a: the lop of Drvaneti I And on thiform they look like staying then What Is the Sunder land GO\l-:it\OK AT SCOUT K4LLY • treat gag* 1 •' are under *t>~ 1 ihroughoV iu i-i'otheinood thai we wish Your txratlency Good Soouaasl H. A. CtKi. U.K. Outs Imports Of B. W.I. Fruits the Sum ry have r SCOREBOARD secret? They have no new play Indeed of the side that was plavlag Last season Ivor Broadis ha. kteao U-anaferrtxt to Manchester The answer t tn the Are and thrust Of Trevor Ford I^st season m his first 14 games. Trevor found the back of the net only twice. Thi* season he has scored eleven Including four to-day All of which is a pertinent reminder that it* going to be a man sired Job to hold the rumbustious Welsh lesdat in the Wembley international i'ti the eleventh. Another hat-trtckster In Division I was Aston Villas Inside forward Tommy Dtxon. hero of a welcome %  -1 awsv win al Stoke The in-.ind-out form of the league champions Manche*t> i t'nited continues. They have lost their last three home games but to-day at Tottenham they collected two more away points with I 2—1 win over Spurs the wlnnii el Its* Moms e Blentnan h rrmrt Hrwlrl c sub b r.fmrr PMHr r Blenman b Black ma p. lUMlry i-.I out Allavne b Taylor S OrtStU. b T, TMil lor S -kt. dei'ld) SV *-r 1SS, S tor m JSt. B for a* WlUlarr, aanas tram, l L WloW c WH OtaM b Barker W.n-lt stpd k b Kail Mirn~i atpd w b Kau Hams b Hnldelinn <>k ii km* PhiiUa* rtee KKI HOWLING ANALYSIS A v. wunasu IS S MW4" a i Weehe. S 1 KX| Ul 4 4 aXPIU SKD kNNINOP M Knbifuon not out Hunt* not twit Total iler i wh,. nOWIJNG ANALYSIS )' KliisJ r Phiiiiiw Total ifor 4 >kM I WANiirara* K M t.MfiMin r H Marshall •• I. Athinaon it (rtutassf •• t Hui N n liiras e ij-wlm b jt atoraa sll (I rfutritlnMon t: w. k rnvfr !" b _ Missing Digits F lOM the digits supplied, you san deduce the mising digits and oompleta the problem in multiplication. For example, thiru digit of the multiplier rauat ha B, to provide a atro. D AUfia K Wmttwn ,. r ruihiii n. k PxnarU b BOWLING ANALY*tS OUR D Alhinson IS • K AUunton II S IM .,.-. ,i at v i T N eeirr* S 1 L, si. HUI a SrARTAS ... I MI il'i avn*nu> :.ii ''! •' aaau HHARTA.N I S I 1 %  a • lea* %  a a g %  I I e I Now try a % %  sailer problem B s S i Bill 1 a B 1 a %  % % %  B'U aeo a>u uig. His Kwitn great feeling as he said I must admit that I am gea | harrasaed Over the last few we, I have bet ii at landing a numh, i II functions, and I I .\. found It difficult to put int< i what I feel "I have got a tn amount of happiness from m> association with the Seoul Movement *' Hi> thanks were due hV IsM li Isl.mu v nmrmssiincr who took il itn.ii over in very difficult times, and (i |Uan there was still a great deal of ha work before him i*a His Excelleno waa howev.i curtain from the support which he saw al the meeting yesterday evening that there was no reason .it nil why touting In Flarbadi* should not really gat back on its feel again. He wanted to say thanks to at Harrison, the Scvrctarv who h. 1 bean of tiemenrious help to the i and to him He hoped that he would nnt'rrlnd his String thai he was glad that he was i ing to be Secretary, because he felt he should be groomed fot a more Imporart appointment in the \cai> ahead, and he had no doubt that he would hear, in due rout-. of such nppoiiitment. He also said thanks to the Ho Treasurer, Mr. N. D. Osborne He knew how difficult It was for a Treasurer of different organi*. turns and the work It entailed It i hey knew that their services weio appreciated, they would find a Ktcat happiness In doing their work. He felt that all thr^ H Ihe officers mentioned found surh happiness. His Excellency remarked thai after three years in Barbados, he had found an increasim: fund -f goodwill towards scouting, an.! that was well. Such goodwill, Hi ... said should be attracted, mobilised uid retained Essential 'Much still depends on thi.sland Council-' His brellencsaid "The U> member* are Bl essential part of Scouting. The h.ve their functions to perform d. the admini-ii.ition generally, and in th* raising of funds, and whal is so Important, In spreading the knowledge of what Scouting raal'.v LONlX)N. ii'iuun sharpb cut her lroIKUU of fresh fruitfrom the) Mnii.-h West Indies last year. They were worth only L 2,BOO,"i" 1 ag..in>' th,.|evioUa' bal of ata.7ou.owo and. %  r-wai < iw.ii legal <4 I > .'Hl.lHHi. mar, the atntiah leading readth fruit exporters u> aTlngrtiTBii -uppiyuag I thud of Britain a fresh ports from 'he Empire. ii-d*v they are In a relatively ounce poaHMas, owing to gains made in this trade by South %  stnilia and West AfnNOV. 2 NO. 248 TOPICS BY JOE & ROBERT arnlah iiupiui* of West Intotalled M.000 tonin 1938. have dropit I considerably. The\ leacheJ 1 aoat.war peak of T3.BBO looa in 1049 and then dropped to I in 1950 and 49,000 in 19.11 to the aaj impoita of baiiaii.. fruai West Africa. which %  H tona bat %  at ban > i aon naouaguisj idliy aincc Ihe war egad BUM kaM %  IM1, bgensU inWesl Indies Baajrg feg iha I tune. rha) other big frvaii ftuil ex0 from the Mulish West laIan territories is grap.fi uit of hh* Trinidad became th* -a... 1 n Uhi OMiunon1 Jth last >cai. The Trtni' ti.111 grapefruit crop totalled ."00 tons, beating the 16.OOOproduMtan In South Africa, ''" ding • ilia prutiuvci Jamaica too, id .. arapefiuit r(11 ,,f u.000 Yet only hih \. Ibalt: ST. MICHAEL'S GIRLS BEAT MALVERN 14-10 St. Michaels Girls' School defeated Malvern 14—10 in a net ball match at St Michael's Girls' School on IMday. The ST Michael's girls played an altogether better Rame than the Malvern team and it wa, evident Trom the start that they would w in. Malvern played a rough vjime, but had neither the aci uracy nor endurance, of the -i hool girls. stems to be an idea %  broad. HiKx.ctlency obaervd. lhat Scouting inot properly nopredated He added, if it does us lob, it will I* appreciated His Excellency %  oiulude I, If I -liould have .my criticumi. It %  ihis. I feel lhat Scouting in Barbados s apt to keep bx exrluMvely lo itself. We must weloine cnlicisni and ideas. We must .' elcome suggestions and co-operuDU, susd realise thai we cannot do nly witk unlfornuM scouts It i.ie lay members of this movetneii'. who can make the movement p His Excellency expressed hi: appreciation at their having taker ., trouble lo .ittend and he felt that they would put their heart and soul into the movement, that scouting in Barbados would K" ahead. The pUwrlng then sang "Auki Lang Svi,." and refn-shtneniwere serve i :i.l09 tuna of the >d MOD total 3 an crop were exportSouth Africa found 'i 14.000 tons of grauefiuit crop Kven Cyprus, fcii had a crop „t 8 000 tons, %  rsttMfrtstt. I i % %  [ leaM esneBti 2.BOO j*a from Tnnldad and 2 400 Jamaica wenl W Li.tain. Yet in 1838, when TrlnJ'ientire niapefniii piTxluc110(1 totalled only ml iie 3,000 toon tM island exported 2.800 tints >M tons of tlicse i imrts went to Britain. Much of the development of grapefruit plantations In the lush West indies, however I i-ocaailng—*ither r Juice or for canning I laU .% bOiai canned all ""' ''"" %  iweallh .ml ""'"•n of canned fmit„, knipina, which .urT rr „| „ %  ', l >*."ck during the war. %  'lied 281,000 tons last vegr, -i-i'wthe pr.-war level. OWaalth counlrl<-s which %  t I. 'n wmriws .w I Md Saas ran noa. e-mKMinirat* eoaauaw, \ *Z?, kur *:' N *%  *""••. l "2S" Nurthrtar. .. nu*4 ttv ,., Arrtsaasea, . i-„ u ,ei*.> CMsser, i JIM. a Ja. Bv „, < . JM<| I Pitini . thNBe : ***" %  %  Sunaalt. • • I Q<*eber. . -......-. a. Aurlsa. •• Ui...n "fVi:."s; .. 'ss. %  btrldluiai. . Kaalot. . Maranha,, Dnlor-a. .. Ti.-I.a.. ea p, M I ••abUnra, i Ctlllur*. aesessse n seeeseeeessses n M "MM BARBAIIO* IUKI CLUB RACES SATURDAY. 8TH NOVEMBER. 1952 MONDAY. 10TH NOVEMBER. 1952 (Bonk Holiday) THURSDAY. 13TH NOVEMBER. 1952 SATURDAY. 1STH NOVEMBER. 1952 TWENTY IK.il 1 EVENTS IN ALL. THE TIME OF THE START OF THE FIRST RACE ON THE FIRST, THIRD AND FOURTH DAVS IS IJ0 P.M., AND ON THE SECOND DAY 1.15 P.M. The 2 SueepiUkt will be officially closed on THURSDAY 6lh NOVEMBER. I9M, and will be drawn lor on FRIDAY 14th NOVEMBER, l52, al lbs GRAND STAND al I it" P.M. Arrangement, have been made lo broadcast Ihe Drawing. The frequency to be used will be 7M7 Kc .. catalrM Tlve %  rajidi and tar niinfj -antlli *iaamu>a uui i.. Thara s* a arhadula L>IWIIII run II if will run HI 'i"'l IHaii paay l a ariU a* pancri HM -•••Iv land trUl a* |.*~1 •.red .-.I a .lnlr Balan win a* ii* i ralta a u la* ... Mi.iwaoaHl JaaktaavllW l( irsaasp >iia> dsMl'l H*H Hi. ir>u %  • I IST.Mlim •Ilia utMN lli>krl eartrtiatees -*d. Ih. -aartl" hillirn basset, -i—Il •aalaol • < \. iln>i haw dn baat-ira Thr i.h itavr had lhair soaklna kuti naa tna> <*tak iha poor" -land miopp wM on II wa etsrtlva this paanl ..— an lha ciui i.. -vf* man 'i %  >-' BNvaMni %  Kelp t (l Uva Mil* X"" II our UalU air drawn naniri li 'lahiai UN) can h* ivaaiu nvirr flu ana 'ml die in mlifn na *•-. I. UM-ra %  Moa^ Ta kad oppia—is aul—is ill a-roast In* \rul iriurpph w (-an i AMI •" %  — la p"-*liin irala%  i* onnvinrad iponioted by J & R BAKERI£S raakert of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM ..... ,WffT • uassss. XT & aafam ^ PHOSFiiilNt tn cases of WEAKNESS... PHOSPBRINE is -i v. • Jortul nk 'or tin weak and uling, f the 0 nvalcsccni ard the run^.-r down. N^l N 'if a sis nt LASSITUDE... riktsena I iii IIIIPS of DEBILITY... KINB renofti ih %  ppetiic, i ihr ntTv. pin • -,h . m — badii nr--i in rases nt KFRVOUSNESS... I'Hc I IRINI-. I:.lp. fUl to tab* Ibe un and .lift..., .•I lilr. Aa>trlc ra I "iiiiJ "i raMctntafe, tq/ml 2 lataan IHE GREATEST L>F ALL TONICS a If You're DIZZY look Out for KIDNEYTROUBLE c5S--SS dewUMUI .. hate 'aaur tpaUi' il V tpmi and aU and pau rWarls bah "'nr. %  ii.iri aaaMaasa ul.lx.alhabUo.1 WWn kifaaja fail Hw > H-in hi r % %  11 (Uftad wdb paaaatM. aa4 %  l>uii.ru,rwaciarhri,l>aisia aaon WUs. .i nL-elrltutdw. ln*|U.lll>> iifnat Art il*.. TaUbaaVntCsdaayPtlk. S<-a*aW l-tli bf aVlMi ia I asaatii eaaara §f9* that -II,-. I t— all* laaiH L^*-' KM**T Ma. r— ia-Wt. - -J-VU, SB* • .. Ihe aa*a paaawn aa4 MMk ikal tmm a—... anal Uadaih-a. OmmmA IMJf Khlaar nbal paw (sWMM'a to-4ar Laak I. rlheK!,. I-.. .(> IK. .H l„:U [ aff* fie cadi-uUie ... IfOdJuou-uMAe... FABRICS allla al 10 HI Dodd i Kidney Pill J TRIPLE EFFECT— (li.ii what you get wllh MAGI BEAUNG OIL • FOR (OVGHS A CO!>DS • ViVH STRAINS & SPRAINS • H>K noa & POULTRY For hi*h faahiun clothes on I small budnft. %  in.rt women everywhere make (heir own drawee with "Tei-made" Pabrica. TTH'V know it's n pleeaure to new with thrae eay-to-handle. tub-Cut cottons. Illustrate is the Victoria Pattern. I bright cottrm print that will go every where with you. Ukm all "Tss-made" fsbrtoi. it ia amuoth and manugrabli'. stays Ireah :*nd cri-ip-lookir.g !• .;;. ..:.il w:iahss beautifully Mukif it a habit lo bu> piece goods that carry 'Tevmsde" idonlilicution bands ,:-. They are your guarantee of high i|i..int.. TCX-MAIX" IS WEIL UADi



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r.\(.i Six M \1>AY ADVOCA'it For Women Only! this *cek Ml llrtr'i a 'for tne fella for a lUri Ever heard of AMPI.EX. boys'Take a drink, indulge in garli. < %  :. BUT—TAKE \N AMPLEX TABLET FIRST H f alcohol or anything %  -> your breath Good new for the old t MiAY. NOVrMBKR 2, 152 • -j|k hr.p ,.. %  ^"jn TAUI ETJ — — — .JO. Maybe he's %  Jl^S. ^a-^1 ''" l fpf, ""t a* good as you are True he's twice te yet MEDlSEIi will calm those tensed nerves, soothe that touch of rheumatism, and put him on hu feet. MEDISED BLETS not only benefit the older tolk, but Ip the tired young business man or office girl When >oi:i nrivr. are on edge take .1 MEDISED. it will put you right in I at all. "Its time the girls had a look in on this column I'm Suiy. but as full 0/ beam a*-arty of the lads. Just passing through folks to say hello." Su/y ran more than say Lv you sM.ahe is as fit as a Addle. On what? On GLUCOSE D by SAVORY MOORE, Glucose with the energizing VITAMIN D. in your beverages, taken in place of sugar, will give you extraordinary energy too. Certainly gives Bill here plenty energy. Look at the way he's hitting j Eileen Ascro/t 't A BLUE luu hangs orer me area, shop, or this country. Bach spring ana autumn the fashion colours change But each seasonand they are doing it now the "hop buyers don their blue-Untetf spectacles and order turqaolse and baby blue T,nd1*!l,'','^"'."' r .\''"E?" J"" [ Sr~.-JTS a r a n "" "" m '*" on "" ral n*mna blue blue and mure blu. ..< ^2" iS***! "Will usujoier* ,1"'V'"*^ n' n an if* lur-r i^'^,"""'" %  -—". r —* £*',"> ;;•"•"•• * ci,.n>. o, For th Kan. ui more •*ia 10 me this ee* r %  %  the border I reach 'oi rP.TT Kng.iWiomen ti> suffer (rom h 1 s mo M: d %  -..on (or ,ibi blue In a recent •1 r.o.iui colour 11' 17 000 : a 1 • :. OH 0 OW 1. ghi m .* mast )-n nf 'o wear It flatters only %  .*> tan iui.ni and slim, Am one over 30 or with a hip::ne bov. JCn iliou.d beware oi il. 110 muter i| tJ your liU5b*nd'\ Iwoun'.e %  o.our Maybe he love* rou in /ue. but (tell look v -lie pf 11 black Pr • oiour-corwcioup man C ien buy baby blue Ma/goi rern use* co our .. dram.. n her wardrobe Although it 1* b&efc, Abe adda coat u Dt.gm aa an emenid or a >eony Lad/ Lowaon. London a tormn Mr Major—1, brings colour into Hack outfit.* with her hMa Eileen Joyce MOs me hc Hkes womunAmu TOURISM IN BARBADOS WHY, WHY DO THEY ALL IWEAR BLUE? 1 o loured giore* Otain de la %  fening dress she Silk Pallipul al| !• >lour Another l tonirasilng shoei Qucnean ol Windsor Let's have colour ia uw wartlrobes b* all means /( proeioVs a dash <,/ ipice aid p-*r umallln littt U 'it annual tathttm '>(ue Brickbats tor |um.r B RH KBAT No 1 |fl Iren'a wave A m:IVon vouna*:er> aireadv those keys. What do yo HUP "Energy? Course I've got energy. .1 short at out a girl, with tbr most gorgeous figure I can see her now Girls, you too can have the ngure Bill's mooning over. Overweight? Take a course of SILF SLIMMING TABLETS. No exercise, no diet, just a SILF TABLET A DAY TO MELT THAT UGLY FAT AWAY. KILL—KII.L— KILL! D'You know it's only the FEMALE of the * that carries disease germs — In Hi* insect world of course. Sorrv girls. •Ut IT S THUE. And the female among i-ee*, that slings. Shall I go on. Better not. Let's get back to the killing. No :r.seci can withstand the VAMOOSEPUFFER. Just one or two puffs from the I'AMOOSE-PlirFER TIN, and those iirwumr Insects, mosquitoes, and flies more The Vamoose Puffer Is neutral of 'You know. Mrs, Blundel there's reallv wthing quite like BANDBOX" "Even for grey hair?" "Rather. Apart from Bandbox shampoos and brilliant!nes, there is a *p*-.'iaJ dressing for grey hair. COLAIRE. silver [tinted, highlights grey and white hair lutifully." Making Christmas List* already? So jre Jack It Jill here. Santa Claus will come heavily laden for their three kiddies:. A small family" Yes. for these parent* believe in FAMILY PLANNING. *""| Wr enjoy ..uj. children." boasts Jill. "and do want to do ihe best we can for them. To my friends who believe in A FAMILY PLANNING. I recommend !" Ra#fDSLL-IOAM as being the daintiest and most effective contraceptive on the market t omSuTinv^Tn""^. 1 column INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION LTD. Telephone 5009—we warn you. the busiest TakeEHO'S -it settles the stomach HNO'S Fruit Salt is soothing and settling to the stomach upset by unsuitable food or drink. It will safely relieve over-acidity, B mosi MM oi indigestion, heartburn, and flatulence. Pleasant, refreshing UNO'S is the gentle corrective most of us need to keep D regular. And it is a safeguard against morning liverish. JO'S lunuins no sugar or harsh purgatives. It is particularly suitable for anyone with a delicate stomach. Keep your ENO'S handy Eno's Fruit Salt' SPECIALLY KKCU M MLS IILD f %  -.< lUKGULAK ACTION, B1CK HEADACHE. %  IUOl'SNtS\. IMiH I. s I X ) N. .(c. Sold in bottle* far lotting freshness. When A Husband Spends loo Much On Himself Should Ihe Wife blurse her grievance Silently? B Canon HIGH HAUNCH („,,, ,„ aniwrr any ItKfr. 11 lukeep back from his wages to h* /or anuihinu to be done?" fpend on himself Behind thl; What la one to >ay In such a question lies possibly one of thcoso? This li wl.u I have told moat potent sources of family him: — Un r?' t L t 1 L You faci lt ' P'Ofcpect of, maybe. it was highlighted recently by 60 years of marriage thrown the report of a divorce action in overboard through the impetuosity which It was said that the husband of a young wife. Of course you are •pent a quarter of his £10 wages shattered. She has gone back to !" !^ r and t, areUe This exthe comfort of her secure chilcipenditure was described as -prehood home—with her mother. petrous by the judge in the You are alone In the small house ,f' which you have both struggled io it happens so often. . The make into a home. Or have vou? uaoand either keeps his pay WHS the struggling more on her secret and gives his wife a fixed side than vou realised because amount or announce* his wage she kept quiet' *** *** !" l ol importance and Even *o, no woman of spirit Proceeds to keep the house-keepwould break a home and take a ThiA ? W r n ^ d r' n to n ure ="<* fro " "Is father if Ihll were •vnich Is ludicrously low by comthe whole story, prison with his own personal aa_aus fcxpendttur*. m Alrsld . 1. I* T l i "*"* li,B dropiMxl an Iron curtain -v.. is "-ale? l-tween herself and you. Soincr" %  ea, y to misjudge even Ihlng makes hoi afraid She dare .„ vaK ? wnero <*xtiavagaiK. not trust herself to discuss hfr seem obvious and ^elnshne^s difficulties with youdifficulties ^ h„ P r do m '. n1, For oflen which com to niosI y uu " married the husband's attitude to money couples as they %  % %  *rc and is off to buv her oermina kit to-dav -li vou had a seaaion Rht with ran cur.ers vou might feel differently" she d Unprosscd *i-ndiimcd. uniaundered and inoreaseil apuetrance ot manv dren to-dav %  0i oir •).am dren's imtid' *\ -' %  who ha* tatng m:o mornlnn f-hooi iiti agree imh Dr Millthat H.O rr'-'-na tri~mi~q Q-cicoult a'r collairit %  lh blM. 'd or SaifS '•• H|M IUIII ho.e .mall rallied tolUn of bkKS or b.o-r. Prrno" 0' l-d on lamb 'Iff! OtVlOt •nohts a h -i l tti aa alpaca *>d -ool itaotl coat (cealra) 0,*d opottun oppMrt on couatrv loMdi. ailnk sad beo.tr or* mrd lor blac'-t ron coati MoUtam. m J.qhi isatt ol bfOwa mo*rl 0 ffturn for |0ikH and trimming. Something now i. -.Ion "Iw" that hm ol I 1 1 quineai r Bide to r 11 1 u t f nay's 'oung iii'ithero hav* • II trhool dur %  % %  ; %  %  i: •m from ih< n.-dern girl, cdu^'atloti %  he o'd sew'ir :MMHI w ii e r f aflteami darn %  ng ii.i Jlid .-enera Bd | skill were ta>.gh: %  \nd to day manof ilien venin* i .' muBing ih 1 valuable • raining, too Untidy -too %  % %  . WWU HI EB aa til.-/ work OUl Ihf |>dl1,J !" Th C *, U,M "' d '*•*" %  "' ,htU llv " lnl h.rmonj narmony. There 1., for imlanm Her sollcllo, will IH. fortlfvln. h.i i?, m hi"J wh . wrolc '"" %  ,n ""* %  ""*' "h ".minus of to me which -d:— collusion"* %  '"' 0 waniiriy al all my She stands c.uulemnerl for om mje s ,oMcttor ha. wnpd me with reason Hi least. She will not dlsHles with an Indaperson. This puts uo M 6aek,„Hi;e"„"ir„"ne;'"~i w.onKatonce. She We have had digicnllir ? %  !-. soilcuor has UTi-rd me ullli re>,.n at leas! •H "T', on "" !" * "I "'her alBcu ""'. 'M / am dumb/ounded. pendent third She ha. taken or nnall child ami tZ In the w. nioneu matt'•/ realise thai / hatv been selfish, spendlna (oo much on my ou-ti pniusemeiiit and friends, and too little on her. "The terrible charges u>hich appear upon the petition are either wholly untrue or they macrnlfu ""Ivor tohat were eerv small [ncidentfl. marr "I love her terribly, but she rehapp lid and her In the nOSMf, doSS nut rr.illy want to t. her marriage even for the .>:.ik of ihe child. It Is all very childish ind iiMin.K'nr. By facing problem.s and working through them an undeveloped per— nality becomes mature. If von o hold off and let the go through she might again But her cham s-s would be small. On [hem to a fortnlaht inthv tv;:h a I.* davs off at -hr sinnus und hnhdav week' • .1 %  '.! Cuiii;ir V Oaln H. La olacliia its *uaa:nnon before the Pur •" c.i-. .-in n atonal &i.-.. Oil F\e u' %  %  Com in : :Parent* 1 spoke to to-dav i l < riliuMaallc about the i m They claim their children inrod with IOIIR liobdav-. | n 'he.-e days of ork•ig moilicrs Bui I lound '.wo teachers mi unant about tlie olan. Lon* holidavs are one of the > %  "iiDensatlons lor low oav and a nen'e wracXina lob. tin". .sav "if we lop: 'hat wed nv up teaching." Children's viewa were mixed On* girl said; I'm alwavs laouv to irei back to school rhere's more to do ther* Autumn hats UTUMN ii.n. are young. • amai: and ;iead-hugg.ng Yesterdays 'how emphaslatd a -deway.' movement, well down on -he neck. During vlie hairline .n Iron: Tliere are few brimon 'he new hat.s Panne ve.vet %  No. 1 fabric and black the leading colour, lollowed by emerald, ruby and the cinnamon shades Many pull-on suit style* ara made ot woo. Jeraey. uimniaa with COQtraaUOi velvet. Cocktail hat- raxry bunchv face veila of coarae mesh veiling. Mo*, unusual Uimming was a %  <-i martingale belt on a pillarbox red panne cloche %  —t on <-i ." mo. Ry PENSANT. Each year about this time Barbados Is ble*sed with an influx of visitors from the North. Theae visitor* are welcome from a moneyed point of view, tor w all know that Tourism u our second biggest Industry, and not only circulate* money all over the island in almost every walk of life, but that It bring* us much needed dollars. But it 1* not only from a moneyed point of view that we welcome these visitors, but also for the freshness and broadening of outlook that they bring In their wake, *o that for the short months of their stay, the narrow confines of thi* land seem to broaden miraculously to embrace England, Canada, U.S.A. Venezuela and other large countries. So we In this tiny Island are brought in close contact with a wider horizon, a contact that the majority of us would otherwise not make. Thua we are In the fortunato position of entertaining charming new friends who cost us nothing but actually enrich our lives and our cheque*. Now for all these advantage* from Tpurism, what Is liar bad . going to give in return? Some people would promptly answer "why look at our lovely climate our blue skies and bright sunshine, what more can we give; they get all that when they come." True, there are all these amenities to oiler our visitors, but although we may take a great pride in these things we can hardly take the credit for them, nor is I; through any effort of ours that our visitor* enjoy them. These are gifts of nature and are totally beyond our control. What effort then are we personally going to make to welcome these Tourists, and to enable them to carry uway the best possible Impression of Barbados. How are we going to treat them, so that when they return to their homes they will speak well of this island to theli friends? Anwe once again going to overcharge them in taxis and Car fares? Are we going to treat them | again to an exhibition of Bari badian manners in the Buses? Both theite means of transport are important to the comfort of visitors as anyone who has ever travelled will know. Are we going to rent them dirty ill-furnished sea-side houses at exorbitant prices? The Beach e* And the Beaches What about the Beaches which arc the biggest Tourist attraction we can offer, and which we have had entrusted to us freely by nature. How are we keeping that trust? Arc we going to let the Tourist (again this year) step over dead fowls, old tins, and saucepans und .ill the other rubbish that befouls the beaches Just because some part of the uneducated populus (who take no pride in themselves) are incapable of taking a pride in their possessions. Who sooner than dispose of their rubbish in the sanitary way of a civilized community, dump it on the beach, and who sooner than in privacy arid decency employ the correct way for personal sanitation use the beaches like any dog or cat. If we do this, in all these ways will the people of Barbados proclaim themselves to the world as a -Backward People.who have no manners, no common every day sanitary habits, and who exploit the strangers to our shores. What an advertisement for the Island: But fortunately Barbados is not entirely made up of "Backward peoples" and there Is a section of the community who know how to behave differently, and it falls on Ihese people to see that those bk.Ls Oil tluULT ilidiJi'l.i nf our i' hind are eradicated. Our visitor* have a right to expect friendliness and courtesy in public places ouch as in the buses. It is not every visitor who can afford to travel about the island In expeiiBive Taxis or Cars. Many a family would come oftener. and stay longer was cheap and comfortable transport available. But not only is it almost Impossible for them U get a scat In the buses, but when they do. they arcsubjected to Ihe roughest behaviour and the motrt indecent language. Surely, just as School Buses are provided fur School Children, we could provide Visitor* BUMS" during the Tourist Season, to run on U| U Hotel route* and at popular hours? Firm Hand It i* to be hoped that those in authority will use a firm hand in seeing that Taxis and Cars charge reasonable rates of fares, and do not exploit the Ignorance of the TouriBt of local conditions. Is It too much to ask houso owners who rent sea-side houses to visitors to see that they are spotlessly clean and adequately furnished, and that everything Is done by the owner to sec that there is everything for their comlort and to ensure them an enjoyable Stay? Here again it is not every visitor that can afford to stay in an expensive luxury Hotel, and many, DO matter what their means,'prefer the privacy of a house. But they do expect comfort and cleanliness In these houses. Do they get it? And are we going to let these people once pgam see the streets of Bridgetown littered and dirty, are they going to be pushed and shoved off the pavement by hooligans who n'lsuse tho pavements as a meeting ground for them and their friends? Wake Up I Barbados wake up! We cannot sit back on our God-given climate, and think we need offer the Touriat nothing else. We cannot take the dollars and givo nothing in return. Barbados Is not the only place with a lovely climate to offer. Other places equally sunshiny are within easy reach of the traveller to-day, and it is to the place that offer* other amenities besides climate that these travellers will return to. Let us throw off the habitual "laisseit fnlre" and get busy to welcome our visitors this year In a practical way, in a way that will make them year after year as they plan their holiday, in spite ot the attraction of other place* return to Barbados. Let it be said by them of Barbados that "In Burbados we get every thing." i'i. Be will carry her Immaturity gross exaggerations. Your silence %  econd union. will defeat the ends of Justice. Hope of happiness depends on her refusing to give in now. And How ls <> c fln - judge interpret you must help her. >ur action? If your defence :s moderate and sincere you can save Ir you do not defend the case the marriage, and leave the door of you will be tacitly accepting her open to re-establishing the marrifor charges as true. You say they are age. Take Advice Your wife may of course, refuse even then to come back to you. But the whole experience may turn her into a responsible mother, and your stand for the marriage may surprise "" '"to seeing In you unsuspected reasons for respect. There is no reason why even at this late date she shouldn't cancel the whole divorce proceedings. Your readiness to defend the suit may make her think again. When you are back together again both of you should take advice from a wise marriage counsellor. For I suspect there may be other ways In which your marriage has not satisfied your wife. And. once understood these mav well be righted.—L.E.s. STOP COLDS-. A ... 1C(( U^ with Phensic PHENSIC tablets dear ihe head and dispel lightness and pain behind the eyes. They bring down high tcmpcraiurc, relieve stuffy, congested feelings, at the same time soothing the nerves and counteracting depression. The aches and pains ol '1-lu disappear in no time. PHENSIC tablets act quickly and safely. They neither harm the heart nor upset the stomach. Keep a supoly of PHENSIC tablets by you always. Ph *aafui,rfT.**,M*,,. 1 TWO TABLETS r* BRING QUICK X RELIEF ^ FOR FLU, COLDS & CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS. HEADACHES, NEURALGIA en%ic There is nothing in the world so elegant and rafreshing . YARDLEY LAVENDER the world's most famous Lavender • Mmrfm^wmk thefswmm Tardier LsvmJsr: Saaw, BmkSalu ***„, F^dsr • TeJemUkrUheeauyu OLD BOMD IIIIIT L 0 M D O a>



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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER t. 1K SUNDAY ADTOCATK PACE SEVEN FASHIONED m LONDON THESE STYLES WON APPROVAL TJteut Gboui Jown (By IX>ROTHY BARKLEY) LONDON. Oct At ihr flr*i fashion show to be hold in the Royal Festival Hall. the audience acted as ludges A election of styles in the paradea representative cross-section of English fashion for next year— wu later to be tent to a fashion congress in Kansas City And the styles to be selected depended on the volume of applause Irotn the judicii'tWarmest applause created the Tudor-Inspired wedding-gown designed by Norman Hartnetl: the white satin Court gown designed by Peter Russell for a peeress to wear under her velvet Coronation robes; the impeccably tailored suits. A wide variety of designs wss shown for garden parties and other formal afternoon occasions. One of the moat attractive was in featherprinted cotton. (Illustrated left). It had a large collar. niched bodice, three-quarter sleeves, snd a slim skirt. To go with It there was a jaunty little can In matching material. Velvets, printed rayons, multicoloured worsteds, organdie, saxony suitings, cotton brocades and denim—once an overall material now of sufficiently fine quality to be used for afternoon JT— is were some of the materials in th parade and In the fabric exhlbtvion arranged with it. Particularly interesting were two man-made synthetic materials. One was nylon fur—It Is warm, can be washed and dyed. The other was "Terylene". This is the trade-name for a new British fibre. It is strong, uasy to wash. dries in an hour, can be permanently pleated, and stands up to a strong sun. That it has excellent draping qualities could be Men from the "Teryllne" dress in the parade—the rlrst to be made in this fibre. Norman Hartnell hao) used It for a garden party dress and crowned it with a "Marry Widow" hat. If this fibre Is all that Its makers claim, it should prove a blessing Fashion Footnote This has been "Shoe Week" in London and manufacturers have been displaying an Immense range varying from zippered fur-lined overboots to dainty evening; sandals. It is clear that colour has gone to the feet. And to sandals in particular. These were gold. silver. Inidescent blue or covered with rich embroidery. "Mules" were shown In two toned kid—lilac sniped with white, tan with green. black with yellow, or in black lace mounted on pink satin. Casual shoes were shown In light colours Including "apple peel," yellow and beige; many were in Iwo colours. For evenings at home, there were slippers in flame velvet lnset with gold and silver strips, said a new line in bright suede shoes called "Lamplighters." Por evenings out there were variations —-. .1.1 I*BFT; Afternoon dress in printed cotton. HoUc* the revered collar, the racked bodice, the pointed rap in matching the material. — By Frederick SUtrke. BIOHT Evening sandal In diamante-atadded vsl vet. The sandal i completely adjustable due to the carefully designed strapping. By Holmes of Norwich, on the gold kid sandal. Some styles had gold kid straps twisted and knotted in intricate patterns Many formal shoes had a "barefooted" look, created by cut-out tots on court shoes, nylon mesh Insects on black satin, and narrow straps on evening sandals. Typifving this look for evening is the %  andal illustrated on the right. It Is but a few strands of diamante%  tudded velvet criss-crossed over the foot. The perfect shoe for wear with the ballet-length evening dress, it should still only be Been on a dainty foot. And the heel height has changed again. The trend Is away from the "cuban" heel to the "spindle" heel—three inches high, and narrow as an arrow. Trimmings included T-strapplng which has not been seen around town since the 1920's, and the instep bar on pumps. But fashion has not been the only consideration of the manufacturers. New details making for extra comfort have been thought up. too. Take the "aerated" rubber soles which give a spongey underlining to the foot, and are guaranteed to serve as a shockabsorber against pebbles. Other suggestions were flexible insoles which enable the shoe to bend as the foot bends, and elasttctsed "collars" on court shoe* to ensure a close, comfortable fit. What's Cooking In The Kitchen ONION SOUPS Onion Soup With Cheese For J people:—Onions 2 H butter 2 ozs. flour I tcaspoonfuX water 1% pint. salt, pepper, bread, cheese 3 ozs. Chip the two onions and pot them in a saucepan with tinbutter Let them fry gently and when the onions start to turn golden, pour the water over themSeason with salt and pepper and let it boil slowly for about f an hour. Cut some slices of bread. toast them. Take a soup bowl, then put the slices of bread, then the grated cheese, then again the bread and the cheese When, the soup is ready pass it through a sieve over the bread and the cheese. Cover the soup bowl and put it near the fire for ten minutes before serving. You can also put a bit of butter between "ic slices of bread, if you like. Soup Of Onions Au Gratin If you make the onion soup % %  in the abova recipe, you can ut the slices of bread in a pyrex dish and add more cheese than In the above recipe. After you pour the onion soup over 'the biead tiud Iho cbeca* you can put the pyrex dish in the uven until the top turns golden. Soup Of Eggs And Onions Butter 5 oss. I big onion, flour 3 tablespoonsful. water already salted 2t pints, egg y„lk~ 4 grated cheese 6 tables|>ooiisful, silcts of toast. Put i o*s. of butter In a saucepan, let it melt then add the onion which you have cm in vlices. Let the onion cook slowly When ready, add 2 tables poonsful of flour. Mix with a wooden spoon, then add the water (in which you have already put salt and which is warm) a little at %  time. When you have poured it all cover the saucepan and let the soup boil slowly for about an hour. Put In the soup bowl the four egg yolks, one once of butter and 2 tabliipoonsful of grated cheese Then when the soup Is ready pour a bit of it through a stem and mix with a wooden spoon the egi tin. hev • %  and the. butter Add the rest of the soup a little at a time always sieving the soup Mix again and serve hot with shre of toast The Search Is On For The Most Be&uliful Negro Girl ft* Hits A HILU \MNEW VOKK—Not sue* the David SeUiuck quest for Scarlett ; O'Mara for "Gone With the | Wnid". tuu a producer gune uito the (ax reaches of the Western I Hemisphere to search for an unknown sctress a* thoroughly AS New York producer Stirling Silj liphant is now hunting for the most beautiful Negro girl to por1 tt.iy starve Louis in hia forth• %  i.nig motion picture "The Joe 1 i uia Story". Hie fllm biography of the world's former heavyweight champion is scheduled to go before the camera* m New York toward the end of January The selection of a girl to play lh champion's wife In (he photoplay must be made by Hie end of DeLong considered as one of the most beautiful women in the Untied States, Merva waa at Ant rumoured as being the obvious person to play herself on the screen, inasmuch as Joe Louis will < portray himself in the fight scI HI in.tven though a profr*t'oiuil actor who closely resembles hun will act his part la the dramatic sequences of the film. But the time required to rehearse, appear in the picture tnd u> lour the IIUIUHI Stale* m ul. wquent publicity gppi %  is eiiiuuilerod <'-o demanding ul V.nvj Louis' time at home in with hei tluldrcn. Stirlinu Silliphant and Federated Film, who are producing the, motion picture. ore seeking a girl btrtWM-n 20 ..nd 24 years of age. if whom it can be legitimate!) claimed, she Is tho most beautiful girl in North or South America. Sho should be able to speak English and have some experience on the stage, in dramatics, or on radio or television. Silliphant swings out on a flying tour of 14 major cities of the l'nited States to Interview the several hundred hopefuls whose photographs have been deluging his New York Office since the news of the search appeared bs the press a few days ago. 1 %  ecau.se of repress iil.ilioii made by the writer, he has now announced an x tension of the %  search to the Caribbean and Latu American countries and invite* til pplicants to submit photographs nd l>ackgrouud data. This should < %  o addressed to Caribbean NewAgency, 34 Jefferson Avenue, i Brooklyn 18. Nw York aa quickly us possible. Already under consideraUon from Trinidad. Is beautiful syrupp> votieu Mona Bapuste who is | now the latest singing rage In Eng~ land and on the continent. VIII \KI IWITfcU nscrvc your '.able ..! the newlv opened ACCRA BEACH a. HfcSII*-NNorthemera ana to accommodate the local resident who ihuiki it a V to swim, wine and dine If you ..re of that ilk. the ACCRA Is for you. boMulifully spactoiu with mdoor planting areas, lerracea, be d ro o ms with private bath—the creative venture of Basil Brouk*. Phone is 8290 or 8504 H Mi KIM. Til* ROLLS ROYCE no finer car Is built today"—a very fair statement with the car to prove it. smooth power, touch-4lgfct controls, ease of handling and parking, economical running %nd a hundred and one refinements not usually associated with the -i tedium price range. This u> the ROVER '75' at Redman 4 Taylors Oarage Ltd. iph. 449a or .IC.5) on view in a choice of four .•olour combinations—an outstand,nc automobile. AMONG THE MORE DELII.HTF1 |. THING* OF I.IP1 art fascinating clot hes. In UM Village. Hasting-, HETT1NA LTD. presents HII ever changing Salon, :iii .i-.k pi. venting '.It. Be ilneck Pullover, sleeveless for evening wear And sparkling, -equm trimmed .apt and scarves in coco-Jbcigc. lantern-red and white. Exclusive of course — attractively priced —and a colourful Invitation to come and see them .or pit 4941. THERE'S A FARAWAY RINGING OF -I I li.Hit! ( I v. to ..ugliest, to remind to make you laugh or groan or cry but anyway to insist that Christinas is Uiil> sevi ii week, .i\va> Time for decorations these for Instance: It uuner*. Chris*, Napkins, Una Mats. Icicle-, struig Hells all m the gayest of gay Xmas designs from Holland. Prices are most attractive (they're paper, y'knowt to suit everyone's pocket andi sold from leading stores. A. K. lluinclSmith A Co., Ltd.. distributors ph. 4748 NO JACKIE HORNER IN TH1H HERE CORNER (OH 1 ) but strictly Girls -little girls who can wear the cutest handmade dresses and short53.19 and 12.00 nunpek' lively And Nursery designs for %  ...l-l |.. |..i .it tifc, a >.mi with misty, pastel patterned nightie fabrics for Mum possibly, at gl.27. Nalurullv. these are from the Ceo. Sahely Store In Broad St v. Ilmi. .Ii.il von vi mi -il'ii yon want it. the gift;. S ing for Men a> < AVE. SHEPggURl a gu rantec at allround sJtisiaction where LINEN. %  fUr. t i>TTON llniuaiee an. made darui. f LIBERTY SILK TIBS Ughtwetghl W(X)L ARH awl., while and creasn VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS, RAYON IVEN1MI STJARVES and lush I'YJAMAS srosnd for your attan\M 1 Hot si: A MAN OR AM I THE KAMa. is rniurs ht priHtuct a luper combanatton of v.alnut cuhdaet Furniture and mustr. It's the peciles-. PKllJl'S RADIOGRAM at Mang* mission Dapt., ph. 4284 A tentube Radio and 3-speed automatu lUtord Player with imcn>groovo %  ng normal needle A IVlRsSh Uudapvaker. perfect radio reception and ample cabinet record storage makes the PHILIPS RADIOGRAM Um most tasnphng buy In its field. Come and see It hear it, and prepare to bus THE MAGNIFICENT HERMES AMRASSAIH1R a ravelaUon among Office Typewriters. Full I r. lection from dust, basket shift. l'ghtning margins, automatic m!crl|on and withdrawal of paper — a triumph of Swiss %  upneenng %  Hill The llf'.KMIN .: i-t HesWal POHTAHIX aio of the same family, lype consckMM and nigRedly built—the whole ran^-i namnied *>ili %  : MKRMriS is on sale at K. R Hunte'a Store on I^iwcr Bi-uad St. Ph. SIM • • • LOCAL FLORA AND IMMI PAINTED riCKNES of the Island are unusual, delightful gifts for luaria or overseas especially when douu on china or un eh uu sot lulu polLshed mahogam These riininal items are at Y. I>B LIMA'S on Broad St.. ph 4644. BSMMd and packaged Xmas Cards have maiiu thou imporunt %  ppiamnci at this store and there JI preaenilj .n excellenl choice. Y. de Luna' excites the casual shopper, you'll see why when you're in. • a • BI'SY AH A BEE IN NINETEEN FIFTY-THREE — okay, scrap it—but not the A not SINGER'S SEWING ACADEMY enrolling new pupils NOW for the new course opening eail> January 53. Sewing. Pnttcrnn ..knit drafting, adapting lei tag New Year call ym, in %  pi.nIkssjl way to this Academy where individual ;nstruclton give* you every opportunity I. III..11 % %  l>ll".MI,.tklll|! A T i call It Pack, right now Monday] and make your reservation on line 4927 4J> iftnuuwuk ffieccrdt fg> CIIAKANIES 81V iK>LORES A LA LUZ DE LA LUNA 1-V VOLTTERA I LOVE YOL' TRULY PROMISE ME THE ITVasfl ASLEEP IN THE DEEP SWAMP FIRB THE WEDDING MOHN l/)VER COME HACK TO MT ONE ALONE LO\*ES OLD SWEET SONO DEEP IN MY HEART DEAR C1ERMAN REPLEX CAMERA fi.,3 lens 810.00 Men Made Younger By Treating Gland "•Mini up nlahta, burning % %  assi ol oraaaa. whuuh diBcaarge. i • IIK -it !H of ipiri*. smtn anil i ri nr nianhr nffonr sx* *aed %  A aU".<<^ <>( tha l*i<>al*> OUUKI I mml I'"" It huurs and quickly i*lars *'(* %  > *i>4 haalUi. UN* th MW eN*D" dlaoovarr rsllwl •#•"• N" altar h"W long /i>B hv % %  STlfll Hoaana la u*ruaaU to a*l rou ::n.' r-m(.iraia four t*r<*tai IU f-al IS to 10 ii ay %  • k '"• STOPS QUICKLY \ tea %  uffe: Of fk D.DD Prei I'ii.'d im irii't •T. in Ecssoiii, lickmg ross and Bad Irg iKhing U MOOMd by lM AM couth aod MHM1 new Mtinar'P^af* ^Spots, pasipki and Olhst tktn double* raptdlr vrtld u tkn healer, ittvtng a freak, clnr compU.ioa. Of all chcssisti. D.B.D.^?\ PRESCRIPTION ify**" I It's TOOTAL week in Barbados ROBIA A volle-Iike cotton of delicacs appearance — yet it washes and wtart perfectly. Ijbtle plain thades. adorable weaves ind patterm. soti* it marked Hgu.i7.E0 for tetted creue* resivunct. LYSTAV TOOTAL spun rayon which washes and wessrt so wall. Dozant of plain vhadei. rich and "arled prints. .",'' is rnsrked uantzfo for teitcd crtiM-reiistance and drapes beauirtui., November 2-8 SEE... 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I li \\, \u\ IMBIR 1. 152 SUNDAY AIIIIH \ll l\l.l. NINt .MM. I IS Ol rut: M \: ... IAN HAUL LONG BEN AVERY, WHO DIED A BEGGAR PEOPLE OF BARBADOS (XXX) • >ry of a man about whom a play c< lied, the "Successful Pirate" was written but who nevcriheless riled ii beggar — %  pauper because he lolc two millior. dollars worth of diamonds Of Captain Avery. EsquemelIng wrote: "None of these bold adventurers were ever so n-.uch talked of for a while as Avery: be. .. was looked upon to be a person of great consequent:'*; he was represented in Europe as one thai had raised himself to the dignity of a king, and was likely to be the founder of a new monarchy, having, a* it was said, taken immense riches and married the Great Mogul's daughter, who was taken in un Indian .ship which fell into his band) j Hid that he had by her many children, living in gre-it royalty and atate Yet all these were no more than false rumours, improved by the credulity of some and the humour of others who love to tell string* things: for while. It was said, he was aspiring at a crown hq wanted a sh l ling, and rt the same time It wa. given out that he wa' In possession of such prodigious weilth in Madagascar he was starving in FnKland." "Long Ben" Avery was born in Plymouth, in the West of England For many voyages ho nerved as mate of a merchantman, and eventually he loined the Dakf at fir-t mate oO a trip with another -hip. -ailed the Dacheae belonging to the tame owners. Thev were bound for Peru. It seems that "Long Ben" was tiring of an honest life. Ha cleverly sounded out In* crews of both ahips to find out how many men would turn pirate with him, and getting enough ho resolvad to seize the Dak* while she lay one night in Corunna. Mightily Addicted This was not a very difficult operation as the captain. Eique— meling observes, "was one of this.who are mightily addicted to punch." He hud his usual "dose" that night and the few members of the crew who were not In with Avery went to sleep unsuspecting. At the agreed time the Ihicheaa's longboat came alongside with sixteen stout fellows who had decided to turn pirate and under Avery's command the conspirators calmly raised the anchor and sailed the Dnke out of Corunna. The poor captain woke up later in the night — no doubt with a headache — and asked Avery whom he saw in the .-abln what was wrong with the ship, thinking that she had dragged her anchor and was being driven out to *e* by a iloitn. "We are at sea, with a fair wind and good weather" said Avery. "Come, don't be in a fright, but put on your clothes and I'll let you Into a secret. You must know that 1 am captain of this ship now, and this is my cabin, therefore you must walk out. 1 -m bound for Madagascar, with the design of making my fortune, and that all the brave fellows joined with me. On arriving at Madagascar Avery met with two small pirate Hoops, the captains of which were onlv loo glad to join forces with him. Rich Prize After cruising together for a while they spied n tall ship which they thought at llrst to be %  Dutch East Indian homeward bound. She proved to be a richer prize than that, however, for when the pirate ships grew close she hoisted the Great Mogul's colours. The pirates took the ship quite easily, and sacked her completely before allowing her to go on her way. On board were some of the highest persons of the Mogul's court who were on their way to Mecca, carrying rich offerings for Mahomet's shrine. It is said that one of the Mogul's duughtera was on boufj ns well, and that Avery mada t0V to her. but whether this is true or only a "fal*e rumour" is not known. After sacking the ship the LONQ BEN" AVERY pirate captains divided the treasure and set u couise for Madagascar, intending to make mat paasM linn iiufc-ziiie aiiu hiding place. However. Avery hao thot-ght out a better plan. He sent a boat on board eacn of the two sloops to request the captains of bout to come aboard hia ship. When they were In his cabin "He bade them to consider the consequences of being separated bybad weather, in which the sloops, if either of them should tali In w .ih any ships of force must either be taken or sunk, and the treasure on board lost to the rest." He went on to point out that his ship was large enough to withstand any ahlp they might meet and any bad weather they might encounter, and advised them to put their treusure on board the Dake for safe carriage to their rendezvous in Madagascar, Needless to say, that night the Dake changed course and headed for America. One can imagine what contugi*ni ajuJ shearing there was on board the two sloops the next morning when they realized that Avery had given Ihem the slip. Life Of Ease? Long Ben and his men, having bilked their companions so successfully, decided to buy settlements in America where they were not known and live at ease. They first touched at the Island of Providence, and lest the size of his ship should cause suspicion In American ports, Avery sold the Dake and bought a sloop in which he and his men continued their Journey. Some of the men stopped off at American ports and settled there but quite a number Of the pirates, including their captain, decided that they would like to return to Europe and so Mil was made for Ireland. Avery had previously planned to settle in Boston, but on arriving there he realized that if he produced his diamonds for sale in that city he would have certainly been seized on suspicion of piracy. After disposing of their sloop in one of the northern ports of Ireland some of the pirates went to Dublin and others to Cork. Avery remained In that country for some tinje and then sailed for England where he hoped to dispose of his diamonds more easily. He went to Bldeford and asked one of his friends from HMMMMMMH Bristol to come and see him there. This fnend suggested that the best way for "Long Ben to get rid of his diamonds would be to entrust them to a wealthy firm of merchants, who would be beyond suspicion, and instruct them to sell them for him on a commission basis Avery liked this proposal, and his friend returned to Bristol and sent some merchants of that tiiwii to see the pirate captain in Hidcford. Avery handed over to them ;11 his treasure, consisting of some gold and diamonds worth some two million dollars, and after giving him lust enough money for him to live on for a couple of months, the merchant* returned to Bristol. Land Pirates Changing h 1 •> name, Avery lived quietly in Bldeford. His money ran out and after much correspondence with the merchants they sent h I m barely enough to pay his debts, "in line," says Eaquemeling. "the supplier they sent him from time to time were ro small that they were not aufflclcnt to give him bread, nor could he get that little without a great deal of trouble and Importunity: wherefore, being weary of his life, he went privately to Bristol to speak to the merchants himself, where Instead of money he met a most shocking repulse, for when he desired them to come to an account with him they silenced him by threatening to discover him. so that our merchants were as good pirates on land as he was on sea. Avery then went over to Ireland again -Hid continued to solicit the merchants very hard for an allowance, bul to no BTsuL Hi sra| even reduced to beggary. "In this extremity he resolved to return to England and cast himself upon them, let the consequences be what it would He worked his passage over to Plymouth on a trading vessel and made his way from there to Bldeford on foot. But "Long Ben" Avery never enme to grips with the theivlng merchants. He fell s| c k in Bldeford, having been undernourished for so long, and died in .. few days, not worth enough to buy a coffin. "I am bound for Madagascar, with the design of making my fortune." he had boasted many years before. He had made it right enough, but his diamonds had led to his death, known of the lehgion of the various tribes imported li to the Island from Africa; and ar they were considered chaltle they were not taught the docliine of U OH religion, as was done fiom about the middle of :he ighlcenth i-rntury in Antigua an i the M-nch owned Island to they continued with III rituals which had been established by some of the first slave* U url* At n*t the lav ironi the coastal area of JUfMa, out after all of these wer. pur chased or captured, the taderwent further inland ; l.i. k in trade. The*, were mostly Arabs, erf* to the interior, purchased the different prisoners of itte tribes, •Mini-times making prisonerof their own. and returned b coastal towns with the unlortunate wretches chained to long poles, which they cajTist ihelr shoulder so th.it would be no Bsaajti of eacapi Many of the* weir taken from dlflerrnt mix wlmn ha.i UM II own dialect mi rstja toms; so In a cargo >f M %  salved slaves lawn mma ix onl) a few from any one tribe. The;.would be luither spilt up Individual purchas< oi ters and merchants, ao that H was posible for a new stave 1 to arrive at his owner's home to And that there wa* no other member of his tribe among the slaves with whom he was (cs > work and dwell A i* usually the use in all collections of people, sous of better IntaUJgsmcs take the lead, and it is the customs and ha hits of these leaders which eetablp.ii themselves among the ottwn, u II would be natural for the newer arrivals to follow the customs that were already established by the fount': arrivals and thin descendants than to carry on their own rites by themselves so It would be impossible to state from what tribe these religious rites were taken. In tho >ear 1811, Parliament required, from the different Uovernois of the colonies, reports on certain heads of inquireand u> an order of the House of Cum'muus of 12th July, 1813, these were printed under the title of -Papers relating lo the West ludlas." James Walker, in his i ters on the West sndjae, published in 1818, quotes some extracts from these reports, aim these show to what extent the slave was left to himself where his religious beliefs ware concerned. Walker records— I'ani, of St. Michael — baptisms ol slaves in on year, J70. Tin, parish, by far the most ; i In the Islands, includes the capital town of Bridgetown. Palish of St. Philip—The following statement is made by tho Rector. 'Many adults and Infant;, are yearly admitted to the rites of baptism. All of this class in Mnn ty. have likewise free access to the other services and solemnities of the church. Watts* < %  uUnuSg "Th>*ie an rune Mbet parishes from which none of the returns mention the baptism of a single negro. One rector writes to the Governor, 'With regard to tins class of the inhabitants, I take leave to assur? Your Extelleiuy that I have ever evinced a readiness to co-operate with the gentlemen of the parish in any plan for Ihelr religious Instruction; and that to the few who fn qu %  m my church (where eommixi. are provided for all who sftteAd), tvery encouragement In my power is afforded Another tayi I the short period of ir>> iiiiu-'iy Your Excellency may be assured I have anxiously avail of every opportunity of i %  In religious Instructions to HM iva within my parish; and li.' behaviour of those I have already prevailed upon to attend divine service, induces me to form a humble hepe that m> fluturs labours for their improvement will not be totally devoid of aiirjcasj The returns from eight partly JOHN PRIIH M \ tehes take no aotftcs waawsvat of %  hud they been all ioul.1 not hsve been more com* -'.atement ol the will til the founder of loaringlon College, th. law waosB account of what Is done in the way of n tton under the church establishment, for nearly 70,000 i bout 10.000 white Inhsl a small ISLHKI WsWfS there are %  leven-f f.. UH grWJMl lan mission to the negroes has only baa I .td r %  nary complains that deep roMed piejudice of thg mi*MOII %  %  ktural tar UH IV,I mi and ft %  to resnatfi vividl) impressed on oi the unpol '• ;.nd thai their is* children. so .ii all, IheN WWJ one BBBMBM them that when they died U\e> would their nattW i neord th.it these OM I then hemeland and thli .n after death t. of Ih in to nude. He relatts a Stor) 0 an Kngiishnian %  l'!i|.ol V i bjtand, mow si. Kltts), tad an unusual nwttwd for stopping .HI epidemii ol nil%  man wa* veiy rough to th> tr of idslaves dwindled down every day, th > hangad. .II ^iinnually. At last he n.d by one uf his stsfl that all hi* nafro i nad i' oivi'' to run away the following day to god t"ere hang tricm"Ivr .ill in a company, to go back together to their country." Thu. would have been a terrible financial loss to thin Englishman, so he resolved to use cunning on these slaves of his. He then ordered his while bond servants to dismantle Of tlie null, the boilers ol UW Rigar works and the still oi the rum house, and load these on carts which were to follow him to the woods where this mass suli.ike plare. Win -, hi arrived at the appointed pot, he found that intpaiation ...i. i.oing ahead for this pl<>: fot won making ready then ropas wlth Whldh they were going to innig ihemsi'lvts He upproai bed 'hern with a roj>e in his band and •old then nut "to te ..'-aid. for he I Rd lii-.ud own time under his present ownership. It ended in the negro slaves agreeing lo remain in his earthly service In St < hti tophei rnlhei than D m his spiritual BJ Dt ID Africa. Thlfl btUaf of returning to then i gtlva lead after death was handed down from gstwraUOfl i %  e ration, and is confirmed by many On jiltei I)' tie iiii< in his l-K>k 'Notes un he W^st Indies. Wi ilten dtirlBJ I mm in of the late General Sir Ralph Al"-i i lomliy.' published in lAindon in IHOA, m"ids ., lavs (uaaral whi. h lie vttn< BWd while In Batbados. He state* "The corpse was tunvey.-d in a neat small begu drawn by mc horse. Six DOyt twi himen. and tori women walked behind. In .is follow %  for UM I m >ng them, nor wa* ued. No 1 raja was heard no deepoundinii i %  l a pfrio-t of ninth and joy. InsSaad pig and Iand talked and laughed with each other, in high %  lowed behind playing at | bols, and dancing all this WSJ U the grave. At the k-it"oi the i.rn frou. a, usd bottw : n gr.H*s. n t upon their shoulder' but upon four clean white napkin^ placed under the ctJSsW. Tin innmitte,! to the grave % %  ly, on teaching it, without etthsi ii.iMi xi ceremony nd the cofflu, directly, covere.t with earth In doing this, mum del ill ttsotion was obsenetl The mould was not shovelled in •Oh the -pude, abno-' laturbins the daadL with the ra< upon th i.ifhn. but .is hm pal into %  t.i W t 'i d t '• i c.ut'lu,!-. Into the guv an oboervanc Which might be adopted la En| much to the .omfoit thC BffUeted friend* of the d*ccaed During tin prVMSSi an old negi v otnan chanted an At %  and Ins BuUtltud )osnad her i not In th IT, or solemn : bui ws toud and llvelj in iinlson with Ins other falsOei Ol the ot.aslon. Many were laughi.ig gn %  ng the whole time with the nans men. who danced nd IfmhNh during the cereniom. upon th i.eiKhl-Kiring mave, Krom th moment the coffin was rnmniitWil ti the -arth. Bflchtni ol the party. The u "I in various ,u recUons. retiring, or remain) n during taa mim %  up of the grav as Inclination seemed to lead. When the whole of the 0 I I was replaced several of the wo man. Who had staid to chant, i merry song, over poor Jenm clay, took up %  h indful of rnoul and threw it down again upon tj nave of (hen d.p.tt.d fnend. the finishing i i ti ing alnud. dxl h|. >,„,. Jem SMoVoyl ten .'iniH-i ,,,. fliend t nthc, ,„ f „„. SI (I Jenny, good-by? S'e for send m good night, Jenny, gondbs • nod—to-night. Jcnnv' r.ood-bv AII this wa. uttered tn rabrtfa and liiughl.r, and accompanied with atUIudo ami gesld ulatinns ex presslvu of anything but sorrow oi tadness." To bs Th.Biggwal and th. Bawl Aasorlmcnt of PAINS FIREWORKS You Km Saw <:••! .i printed Prtea UM Ol all kiiul. ol riraworki I rrom BRiifE wiimuui LID BKOAI) HIU1. As a Result of very Heavy and Opportune Buying, We are able to Offer THE BEST SELECTION AT THE VERY BEST PRICES ON REGARDING FINEST LINENS...! It's not how much you spend but How Wisely I LINEN DEPT. 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III.Ill si \|i\\ \||\IK Ml SI \|l\l, MHIMBEI!, 1M2 BAI^ADOS^! ADVOCATE .i*mu4 • • 4hMTMM r IM. S W S ... WK|"i Numlav NmrmWr 2, 1952 I'arihhran liitliislrialisaliii ini tilth session oi the West Indian l which will be held in MonBay from 24th November to 4th December will be discussing mduslrialisation. This subject was debated at great length by the conference which met in Puerto Rico earlier this year. The impression which Puerto Rican industrial) sation made on the delegates attending the conference which was held then' under the auspices of the Caribbean Commission was vivid. It was natural for them to ask why their own territories could not follow Puerto Rico's lead and encourage capital investment for purposes of industrialisation. At Montego Bay it may be expected that some of the delegates will reflect the enthusiasm for industrialisation which was spread by delegates when they re turned from the Puerto Rican conference in February'The conference in Montego Hay is not a conference of rvpn sentatives meeting to decide a plan of industrialisation for the Caribbean. It Is a meeting of representatives of territories which are dependencies or integral parts of four metropolitan countries, France. Holland, the United States and Great Britain. The constitutional status of each territory which is represented at the conference differs widely as between national groups and in the case of British tern tones between themselves. Fven if del* gates were empowered tu make decisions on behalf of their governments no agree ment could be reached which could possibly bind all territories represented The trade of the British, American and French territories Is for the most part closely linked with the trading system of their metropolitan countries whereas thi Dutch territories enjoy a systemof frectrade. Apart therefore from constitutional difficulties it is clearly impossible for common economic policies to be agreed at a conference which is representative ol four different national trading interests, and whose currencies are not interchangeable. The international nature of the West Indian conference needs to be stressed If only to remind us that what is said at Montego Bay (however informative and educational) will hardly result in any joint plan of action by the many individ ual governments which will have to adopt or reject programmes of industrialisation The West Indian conference is an auxiliary body of the Caribbean Commission which will be holding its fifteenth meet ing at Montego Bay from the 29th to 9th December. The conference meets every two years and discusses papers which have been prepared by experts on subjects of common importance to British Caribbean territories. At the last session in Curacao agriculture was the subject debated. At Montego Bay although industrialisation is to be the major theme under discussion the relation of agriculture and forestry products to industrialisation will not be overlooked. It is impossible to assess the usefulness or otherwise of the West Indian conference without realising its limitations. The conference can only pass resolutions which the present organ isation, the Caribbean Commission, can consider, but it is well known that the Caribbean Commission spends most of the funds which are subscribed entirely by the four metropolitan governments on the maintenance of its headquarters and staff in Port of Spain. To expect effective action as a result of any decision reached at Montego Bay would be unrealistic even If common decisions could be reached by a conference with so little in common. But once the limitations of the conference's effectiveness are realised the sub ject matter of their discussions can be appreciated at its face value. The Conference will be provided with documenta tion which will trace the historical background of industrialization, and will note existing industrialisation and industrial potential of the Caribbean area. The value of such information is obvious. As the Caribbean territories are predominantly agricultural and must remain so the agricultural basis for industrialisation forms the subject matter of further documentation at the conference. Besides analysing the relation of agri cultural and forest products to industrialisation, the problems and benefits of local processing of agricultural products will be reviewed. And most important of all. present and potential markets for products processed in the area will be investigated. No one would complain that information of this kind is not worth acquiring: the only query that may be raised is whether the delegates and their advisers have the time or inclination to master the documentation while they are engaged in putting forwaril or listening to their own or other persons' pet theories. The expenses of delegates ere paid by the taxpayers of the territories which send representatives to the conferences and every territory hopes that the inform ation available at the conference will be carefully studied and assimilated by their representatives. Otherwise the value of participation in the conference to the taxpayers of the territories sending representatives seems slight indeed. The taxpayers of Barbados would expect their delegates to pay particular attention to the papers on vocational training and other measures to increase productivity of labour in the ares. The presence at the conference of the Secretary of State's Adviser on technical and vocational education should provide Barbadian delegates with further opportuni ties to discuss a question which takes priority over all others in Barbados today: the question of training labour and management so as to produce maximum out put without causing unemploymenl Besides the i.hviou.s social and educational advantages which the conference will offer all delegates attending, the views ol the British delegates on industrialisation ought' to be especially interesting in view of the fact that the Regional Economic Committee will be meeting in Jamaica shortly before the conference opens. Committee will be meeting in Jamaica shortly before the conference opens. The Committee will have studied the report of the conference on industrialisation which met in Puerto Rico in February and their recommendations on the subject are far more likel> to result in Hi by West Indian governments than anything which is said at the conference. It will be strange, however, il speakers at the Conference are not guided by the advice of the Executive of the %  ,.il Economic Committee. Many hopes have been raised that indus%  i.n will assist the Caribbean territories to raise their living standards to higher levels. Many persons are sceptical that industrialisation can .succeed except on a planned regional basis. Others think that industrialisation will create more disadvantages than the advantages it might confer. One thing is certain that a programme of industrialisation can only be attempted with caution, if lasting success is to result. The conference at Montego Bav will whatever else it does give delegates an opportunity to discuss these and many other views on industrialization which are currently held In the Caribbean. Nil I in; On The Fence A T a general meeting of the chairman saui %  re gathered h. to dial uai housbaj Nag UM posttaanf of ferms M displaced persona caused by the callous methods t modern hygiene." (Cric liear.") "I have before me a book by a dodos which proposes to turn us out of our last household refuge— lh dishcloth." (Criesof "Shame> Tor many years." the chairman went on. "we have lived In dirty dishcloths. From thci %  the more ambiUous among us transferred ourselves to the cracks in platen -nd teacups. *^ "Though many of us wore eonlent to rear families In these cosy little homes, our young pioneers. --orning security, found fresh mis to tonyui-r in the humor body, where courage and enterprise were Justly rewarded." (Loud cheers.) "The position now, gentlemen, is that, with OM of our chief breedIpJ grounds r|. Viied and so many gefm destroyers discovered, we fae extinction in the near future Will Mr. riu oblige with some of hil experiences?" •My family was reared in a dirty dilhcloth in a little house In Brlxlo, S.W.." said Mr Flu. "The kitchen was full of cracked cups and plates. In the cracks we lived 'cry happily until we were ready to infect the family, which we did least i % % %  < Cheers.) Wia von infer led visitors dropping in for a cup of tea. They dropped into bed soon after?' •Loud laughter and cries of "Good old Flu.") "Then the family washed the dishcloth and threw awai UM cracked chlnaware. For us It was like atomic warfare. I was the sh .Vulliunirl Oul.l.i..ant) ssnrtwpi (Murmurs of sympath* > id. said the chairman, Ugo?" -e." said Mr. JoU, 1i chiefly against the unfair use of Although my family came from a cracked milk jug I lived very happily In an old man's m* lor m.my years. Then a doctor >rl things out for himself and would not regard as failure something him personally meant Commenting on the tact Uut a irsiilenrr rSSHS ID Can%  dg STM necessary before admission to Uie Canadian Government civice .i Coatii.in pointedly told me recently that "it would never do to be flooded out by compel!lion from Oxford undergraduates." This point is worth making in this connection because there is no administrative Job )n the British Caribbean which could not be rilled to-day from Ihe elite ol British Caribbean schools if that elite vanted tu enter government service Instead or emigrating. Bui Ihe West Indian nationalist who would disagree with Professor Bum's truo statement that the possibility that British sovereignly ni.gnt b* abandoned would make the failure of schemes II* .-orti' HiiHlf opmet.i certain, is not often found in the number of the elite. There %  made solution to the problem „i ihe West Indian nationalist: so long as individuals feel that there Is something to Sd by being aggressively tic they will adopt tho nd echo the propaganda of those whose views they share. Whr't is capable of solution however is the unsatisfactory state of affair* which are described b> Professor Burn in the statemeM thai what is being thought i,nd done in Kingston and Bridgetown and Port of Spain has leas SSSSel lhan what is being thought • nd done in Ixwidnn. This state of alTairs has in uo way been Improved by the aeroplane and the constant dashing to and from London winch is nowadays habitual to politicians of standing in the West Indies. The "experts" on British colonies still continue somehow or other to congregate in London or within easy reach of London. This does not mean that the large English newspapcrregdlnr public benefits from their n London bul it docs mean thai the influential weeklies of class and the specialist colonial publications and the Colonial Office itself is always open to the advice and opinions of the ladies %  Bd tvniliynon who are responsible Cor what this small London I r: % %  A "k and do with respect to the Caribbean or any other British Colonial territory. l^onard Barnes in his book on COl intSg makes tho poinl aiat in the British cohMV-cs middle-class persons can live upper class lives but it is no less irue to observe that in London anyone from the oiluiiics who goes io London can influence the thinking on colonies which is to be found there more than anywhere else In the United Kingdom. tor at least of the 12 months in a year societies and organisations in London offer outlets to Ihe ivformmg progressive and high souled youths in then twenties and over who have plans for running the Colonies much belter than the British officials who are doing their best on their various spots, .pnly those who have plenty of time to devote to attendances of "cclonial meetings" in London can have any idea of the many opportunities which are thereby provided to the ignorant to pontificate on matters about which their ignorance is only % %  quailed by unafhamed arrogunce. One can hardly blame the gentlemen of the Colonial Office for regardingthese colonial calls in London with well merited suspicion but their very shyness of the N.ylla of this specialised colonial ignorance often leads them into the charybdis of flunetuaUng expert opinion offered by this or that wise man who has recently returned from service overseas and whose oracle Is eagerly listened to until some newer Sir Wisdom arrives In the capital. It seems to mo that Professor Burn's acceptance of the position In which thought and action In London takes precedence over thought in Bridgetown. Kingston or Port of Spain Is due to hl remoteness from those three citfss. As correspondent in Barbados for two groups -f British newpapers with joint circulations of ten millions daily I know that theI'rofessor's statement Is true. British newspapers of the popular type are always open to something which will tittivate the taste


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PACE TF.S SUNDAT ADVOCATE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER J. 1M2 When 75,000 People Stood Hypnotised a. i HI \ on aw alwndy described, ihe opening ceremony ol the XVtb Olympiad In my despatch by coble hut there artone or two points which for the sake of brevity I w.is forced to leave out Today I shall try to recap* lure that high note of drama on which the games begun. It was a day that shall live long in my memory. Firt of all I had attempted to change my place of abode in the mornftig. I say attempted because although 1 moved from the Satakunta Hotel to Homuci Academic* by the mere act of walking out of the first and registering at the secOOd I never knew until I get back to the hotel at night whether my bags had followed. This was due to the fart that the mm was falling and the place wit o crowded that hiring a taxi wns almost ImpiMdbl'-. However between three of u we managed to secure a taxi at the lait minute and when It was almost taken from under our very nosee, one of my friends grew so annoyed that he and the taxt driver. V*arly came to blows And it w— aM over the fact that my frlendtXImera. which he had left in the—.taxi as a fort ol pawn, had wen handed in at lot Hotel lecepOoi. deak at the exert rm went that he was trying to round us up to get into the taxi When he saw his camera dupplng wet. whlrh he l"ft only n >ment before safe and sound c -he taxi seat, hi* attonlshii *i; left him open mouthed. He ml red. We spent the entire Jouxnev to the stadium trying to convince the taxi driver that we should not be dished on the spot and ..in Mead, who was still fuming. that hi camera wa* only a little wet a'd H wns nothing In v. (SMlt, Tii* >' both seeinoii to have considerable doubt* However the rain was falling to iv Hail any taxi wai better than none at all We got ther" e\*eituall>. All pi*** -lands the worl.l I v.. rOaTtTl be plagued with th %  I rtuble. The press stand It Afcot one would imagine to h; %  -,.-' rxdurdve in the world. Yet found pp*,ple who did no' iv thaw als*> W'.ii, Lily there w ] %  % %  OT.cer who tried i lo divide 00 seats be120 Journalists. Yet again did we see unauthorised perion; frequenting the preclncla. AHelsinki we wcic not onl. Issued with | Pre %  Pass but D geat ticket %  well. Yet whei we Jimved there on the opcninr day we found that ordinal} spectator* had Jumped the barrier to get away from the rain and invaded our hauclum lute a i ducks seeking refuge iloin winter. nilhough thu dM not last for more than wo ware Ulex to be plagued wiui children in Iho stand. Any parent who bung* hi* child .it a press box should consult a child .vpecuOul on the behaviour Ol toe human male towards its yung, becauMbe u oventepi .ng the bounds of fatherly love i ) the widest margin possible. What is H that attract* them > log PMM Stand? Is it the innate liberal outlook of the i mi nab*.is which prevents nun i >ni objcctiig to outsiders bargBfl in Or has Hit: world got .xed up over the "freedom of .1.' presa" and taken it to mean %  ,*. anything provided for the reag Is free for every body vise. After pushing, pulling, tugging lowering in both Standing ami iiung positions, we saw the pening ceremony. Perhaps one mat will live in history as an example of mass hypnotism that batg seldom been surpassed. Can one person hypnotise a crowd of m on Page 11 VIEW OF IIIIMVKI VI AIM I >l THE HELH1NK1 STADIUM u it .pn*red on on* of the days during the track sad arid evoata of the XV li Olympic Oaasss. In the foreground can be soon the three flag poles over the result* board,.on which ware hoisted the Bags of the D lUons for each Olympic Victory Ceremony Oil AM MM MOMIMS AT Till: . A .Ml V XO. I NHilT MNXClssV. SHi-n^io. a &IAM> • %  * — can help you to success through personal postal tuition A BLESSING TO MOTHERS! 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SI NDAV, NOVI MI1IK _\ 152 -IMlll M.s.H ATT I'sl.l II I \l \ When 75,000 People Stood Hypnotised # tnm w lo TS.ootr TIM n % %  AMIAUM paraon who came nearest to doing *.> Mlas Barbara Rot Reader will no doubt m ber inal thts was the lady who i ran round the track during the | opening ceremony and waj late* %  dubbed the "Angel i>( Pen.. %  art. I To describe her act went t the officials ihortl) rfore the Kiiine^ were due IQ | Cpen and asked if she rould have Man delivered at the opening cerenmnv of her "plan for uniting nations." She was refused. She then decided liver the message herself and buying her i rived at the Stadium un-noticed with the icst uf the crowd. Just before the Benediction was to be delivered by Archbishop Ilmari S.ilomlf- she jumped on the Truck end ran around to the speakers' rostrum where she managed to say "my friends" (in Finnish) and "Ladies and Gentlemen" tin English. On those bald facts, perhaps one will say. there is nothing very extraordinary. But ilrst of all one must vwtwttM I crowd of 75.000 in n vast omphitl upon tier from ground level •ome sixty feet high. Then one must realise that nearly everybody In that stadium had %  iramme of the proceedings in their hands. Next one must remember that Miss Pleyer had to run down thu hone stretch between two lines* of officials who knew the ceremony almo< by heart. Yet not .. word waa heard from the crowd during her dramatic run round the track. Not an official moved M she paused a few feet away from them I %  time to stop and walk onto the grass and then into the |p—ilurf platform. Still nobody moved or said a word. She then managed to say her two short sentences and it was only when she paused to catch her breath that an official moved forward to apprehend her. And. even then he ra not sunof Unwell Ha pauaad half-way across the track and looked back at whoever had directed him as if to say "are you Mire?" It was only when he received another nod from Mr. Von Frcnckell, President of the Organising Commute, that he it-ally %  tappod out Of his trance .-nd Into the box to remove Miss Pleyer The spell was broken and she walked out next to her escort in the most crest fallen manner. The crowd came to life again and buzzed with excitement. What happened to her nftcthat is well known. She was taken UKAM.VTHMO.MIC.VIS AT Till! GAMES: SO. I IH K TO Till I'.RE.XT RESPONSE T<> THE B.W. mm B.W.I C.VV.IMAIS IIIVIIM. Oil. I'l /./.I I (OMIM THE MAKERS Of < WUHAN IIEAI INC. Oil. ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE PIZZI.E Wll.l. BE PRINTED AGAIN NEXT WEEK-END. RtK.IRK A HOHC LTD FOR NORTHROr LTMAN ro. LTD. THE OKCAT RMII, ZATOPEK allow, on. of hla wall known irlm.eM aa h. l.ad* Into tb. bom* atl.tcb to win the Olympic &.000 m.ur.. Ho ta followed by atlmoun of Franc, ud Bcbadr of Germany wbllo Obrlfl Chataway of Ot.at Britain baa mad. hla .peclacular fall in th. background. PAIN'S CELEBRATED to Police headquarters, where it was discovered she was only a icligious fanatic from f> and aba was later deported. But before the games were over she was back again In Finland, a heroine in the eyes of her sect, if not In the eyes of anybody else. The next day Sunday 20th the HrH event., took place in the stadium The man who was to dominate them made his first i a for the gamcj in the Brit: tin.tl. .Thus were many of in introduced to the great Emil Zatopek. A Mend of mine has asked me since I returned home: "but is it nally interesting to sM ami WOtCfa a man running round a Meld so many time-."" Another said to me; "I suppose Zatopek has a beautiful physique and a long rhythmic stride." I*ct me asure everybody wh i thinks, like my first friend that they would sit. as I sat, staring in disbelief for every lap of 25 required to complete that 10.000 meters. The fact that I stared in disbelief tells my second friend that his supposition could not be more wrong. For the man who kept pulling out sprint afl-i sprint over these 25 laps. w!:<. lapped some of his competitors ighly five or ril times-. i> lean, of medium height, and OBa f Ital ugliest runners anybody could wish to see. In tluwords of the internationally famous journalist Dr. Willy Meisl "A he runs he makes the grimaces and contortions of a man undergoing almost unbearable torture; hi. body 'slants' to the left, he rolls his head in mounting d< %  It we iv; and. DUN not, hu tongue lolls out and, tin further he runs the more agonising becomes his expression.' I read these Kurds of the doetor's in that excellent maitazi.. "World Sports", long before i went to the Games. When I saw for myself I still could nt ; | believe. Next week we shall hear more of the great a>tOPk. >:•>. -•VidmerAmI Daysh Win Golf Prizes By HARVEY Richards Vidmcr, former colonel in the American Air Force. _and N. G. Daytth. former commander in the British Royal Navy, carried off the honours in the Challenge Ladder matches which came to a cloao yesterday at the Rockley Golf and Country Club. After four months of compaignIng, Vidmcr was at the top when the competition closed and received the prize for gaining and maintaining the No. I position, while Daysh was awarded the prize for making the most progress during the period, which ran from July 1 to November 1. The American contender started in second place, dropped to fourth. then rose again to the tup and held on during the last couple of months, turning back three ch*l• lenges from J OD Egan and feui iroai Colin H.iylev du*[. BM stretch drive. Daysh, a New 7.cnUnder, started well down the Ual in Class B, climbed iteaiil> match after match, and played his • way into Class A in the rgu months allowed A new ladder will a tart luda. with thirty-live players listed. It will run to February I, IMS. when the ilrst eight on the closing da itselected for the team to go to Trinidad and defend the Macthtyro Memonui Trophy against the St. Andrew-; players The remaining four iilaccs on the team will be filled by an rllmlatlon process which Captain Efan will announce at a later date Backache, Rheumatic Pain Relieved gardening, painting, odd jobs round the house can A bt s pleasure again when you are free from oscksche. A rbeumaut. pains, still, aching musclci and joini., himi£iF bago cr common urinary troubles due to impurmc* \i to theblood. /[ Why oof get tuppTrtucf by taking Doeo't llackache jj Kidney Pills. They belp the kidncvt to rid the blood of excess uric acid and other Unpur.cici which otherwise might collect in the system and cauie diitrcs. HALF A CENTURY 4/ imcou in nlm-ing tttmrn aw M .aa.laf.1i ataaey MBmim u 0*4 proud racord of DOOM'S PtlU OnU*ftd mm aS Wmtm 4/ efl are. UM and rtxommmJ thu ifficitm Am U k anj U*INO-> /ifoeprK M thorn frimtdt md ntifhboun. when you stop yourkeadache! GET A PACKET OF C 7hn youve qot tJu OtWtf tvmm t ASPROlot*! no tlmt-it ACT". I HEADACHE —quickly, effectively, yet leavet I U=DVE PAIUC ,/ fresh .nd (r. Iron, kwrnlul NfcKYt K INi itaMBMct. lion thir, rar, k> NEURITISNEURAIG!.. :he high-pressure times, you I CFVPRKHNFC.^ should inttt or. „„ng -ASPRO' | rtVtKIrlt oecause of Its SAFE action. i SORE THROAT r.-.i~—.. %  COLDS & 'FLU W. B. HUTCHINSON ft CO. MAHHIIL STREET. BRIDGETOWN PRIttS WITHIN jfSl, ra-...*-* THE RtACH Of UL A IMU.I ANB VAHIEU ASSOHTMENT BV STOIH 4 cents each Cannon Crashers Chinese Drop* Flower Poll Broad ( .\-i Spangles .-.Id. n Rain Amber Kleclrollles Cracker* Kadiuni Daazlers lli//le Uaziles l'i in..of Wales Feather* Flying Fjigles Blue Devik Torpedoes Kleelrir Whlzzen /iiu: Booms .Squibb* 8 cents each Squ.bba .Crackers (.olden Rain Wheels Ml. Pvlw Ml. Vesuvius Wilchea' Cauldrons Itroad Cusl Spangles Rom.in (iimllcs (Assorted) Nrn Fires Mq Korlu'tk StarliKbts Dragon Flanies Cannon Crushers %  indium Dazzlers Dizzle li.i//lc Emerald Cascades 12 cents each Forge Fires ..Crackers Dizzies Dazzles Kmvruld Cascades Coloured Romans Wheels Radium Dazzlers Roman Candles (Assorted) 18 cents each Jack in the Box Spangle Star Bombs Cracker-. Whirly Twirlers Roekets (Assorted) C.olden Rain Witches' Cauldrotu Bombs—2c. each or 20c. per dot. Matches—6c. per box Small Sparklers —Pkg. of six I0f. per pkg 24 cents each Red Lights Green Lights Ml. Pel** Ml. Vesuvius Radium Dazzlers Wheels (Assorted) Whirley Twirlers Hydra Headed Comets I IMIT.IIII Cascades Forge Fires Dizxle Dazzles Mines with serpents Butterfly Twinklcrs Witch's Cauldrons Roman Candles (Assorted) Rockrt* (Assorted) 36 cents each Ml. Pele* Ml. Vesuvius Rockets (Assorted) I'rismatir \.\ K \M, It.mi.in ( ..mll.'s (Assortew) .1... I. 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FACE TWELVE SCN'DAY AUVCK'ATI si NDAV. NOVEMBEm I. 1S2 8000 COME HERE TO LEARN Private fortunes, business patronage and State nelp bring men and women of the Empire to study tn Britain B> C.MtlU.r IIITOllNSON i)uUUDClinK example of Srholr About ''ii-Um* !• %  eu are .flYeki. But verslUes of Britain (U autumn aost at mi ..'...•r*!* through orlenn. Half of Usaa. rorne I counlrie* of II. .ifTk-ld Foun won wealth tn toe diamond neld of Ktmberlcy. Rhodes's scholarships hav>* drawn to Oxford some of the finest younir hi.nix .mil spirits of the Hi Bmpiie ond the U.S.A. Sixli ea or sixty-eight Rhodes Scholar Mevery year. Thirtv-tare Americans, the other*. Empn men. They stay two y< times three), and their scholar ships are worth £300 a year. ifnoclas. WSJ s KipltngcfrqiHvi ionary. Andrew Carnegie, son of a Scots linen weaver, was mv the type of mdu rtrtal n was an immigrant Of energy who made vast i work" of I'ltlhburn IViin^ h iff ocnmr.R wwouum \HROXD—I Boy Duke Grows Up On His Dream Tour K* I'-MSUMi Uh h-lllll nig the roj.il tour have nobevd that HI the two short weeks since it began the young Duke nan %  1) matured. %  trance he is so like hi i wherever he goes you hear people using the phr jiittin image" Those who kn 11 say the likenrsf %  If the other chaps m the Duke or Kent K school in Switzerland could see hint now tasty would .all Mm .• luck> blighter. Whiie they are -.tuck in their classrooms %  ,.: with the maddening In. taken half B term off to go on a n „ WJl||u lkfl hlfi fa(hfT Jg |k ,. lorn, stands like him eau nkv him. talks like him and even t'rmkf. like him There is no doubt that this 17jaat'Okl schoolboy ii by natur*' ahy He shows no signs yet off be\',^i Mi* ",'ou~ nd the'v are worth £330 shaped blade According to cusLR50 foi :• man wh" tsfce it front IU scabmil, h...,,. plus travel hanjjrou.cannot.put it back until „„-. hc haf Qther Mli€f lnJ1 makes some 30 others Inweassane he has so far collected i'...... %  t %  —J—. I %  • bearded Sheik of Bah Canadians In Uwalao ^ ._ tn<1 an !" Lord Beav^hrool I ,„ChaflOglWfg w ^ fo loppIng off ,„„ who c. n the Univers^of ^ ftnms^ of noBe wno dlspleBfe you> *or*s wk. ha* out-tanding 70 schelari ||( |||r ^^ rKk#rs r „ m nips for ^Mnsnans una^yaar^ Bornaa. now attach. i ipire. He Is clearly fascinated by any thing mechanical and his shynes when he talks to men HI him how anythin;: UM In Thi*. Age Rein nd %  oatgfaduaM half or two years'' ludy at L xmaOO Tiftv-two of the 70! dv t year schobu-shfp m i. province, N<"> IlrunsI Eighteen are for Canadian | R# al Weat ^^^ ^^ ^ „ holars who are sent to Britain i paeansr-^-ojuaUy useful for dealrT^L. ing with troublesome p,efects and ^kT^ masters. The wandering schoolboy now needs only a blowpipe and some poisoned arrows—which ha awl probably pick up In Borneo and he will be fully equipped to deal with the hazards of boarding Curnt'uir And llarkness ( .< ial funds before he dlad in 1'Jisi. Bmonfl %  ndon awards are worth [038 a year, and Lord Beaverpan traveUlng expenses of I school .round £200 apiece. I do not think anyone is fundlag more scholars out of his own Besides iwhet. ad with private scholare patronage is apt to be i Bui Ihi American scheme, earned after Senator Fulbright, %  ho promoted it. is administered lanen und imagination. idbrlgat interchange of In A Jet acquiring a private •umouiy the Duke has sat at tha eoatroU of the B O.A.C Argonaut in whu.h he came Ea*t. he has sat in the cockpit of %  Vampire >et lighter, taken fotlov.ng the royal all noticed how he ich more at ease with than Governors, with sergeant armourers than colonel. and High (JoinmLs,-..oners. In this industrial age. when labour relations are more im I*.riant than palace protocol, this trait of his may prove Invaluable There would be a useful niche for a royal Duke who could talk to the man on th^ lathe with the natural ease und knowledge oi a craftsman. on this tour the schoolboy Duke Is not performing any public alone Hut h' aceomnie s his mother at more thi nd At' bin applies between.the" USA ^ ^""^.ulu,* a arore of other counISf^'^h^splicel th hc'l of a naval apcedboat, and % %  '" har engagementt. und to a driven a railway engine through rtJ with aooa of his own It Kuala Lumpur V r,n n i k V ht l "* th lW In the speedboat they let him "' ""'m together. nd The Duke clearly worships his ,,i>oiher. And the Duchess, with if genuine naval hB vigilance of a mother otter ,; lim T^' r , w Ji i f rum „, closely aseocUled with schoolOccasionally the schoolboy— he maintenance allowance is I boy dreams, he has surf-bathed because that it what he is still— %  •uglily H460 a year. i m Ceylon, and sunbathed under bsai too far behind at some Hurden On The Taxpayer j tropical palms and swum in the 'unction or *t.inds in the wrong There arc also 45 American' Strait of Malacca. place In a pleasant voice that oiverslty teachers here and in the In Looks nevertheless carries the authority 1th Fund, found Kmpire with Fulbright travel and All this is good boyish tun but "1 a sergeant-major, the Duchess %  go b) Mrs. Stephen maintenance grants: and the fund observers who have been followputs him right. Also grooming the Duke is the 2g-year-old impeccable Viscount B llarkness. .^. Althorp. son of Earl Spencer. He The Rarknass money allow, Hut the burden of State help. r T P Si ri U, r'J^ioS U of '" Bn ? UC,T >' ' Th 9?T fial. yearly fellowship, at U.S. u,., well devised 1, upon the ^uJ^LJJi^ .1 !" Irholar '2*"? f r lh ,OUr to U> k "* citizens of Britain and taxpayer, already ovcrharaaaedI L nlUh ,nduJt 5 i ,, givP !f, T xh boT ,, are. They are worth 4.00.. Knder oppressive taxes ^Ton.. J Jiff' ^JSjSJ""* ^ P '" • h .V W "i ? m ""h^the doiU,rs ,r,v *• ,I J "' a**""* ""• wealthy, ,r f r OMl •^'SSL MtHM |eJ .twt 5.^ 'L J ?l ',„ S^t notable Amatign. ,T lao, ar,wilting As private fo?'' /".'T oiract todM Wal^aad i^ke goes back to ho coanmem %  ,,,. t ,. diminish scholarship must 1 P !" '^ 00 1 P*;^ '" l,k lv Nmeirsber he will Ml .tg upport. | • %  s BdM RtKU antady ^ive it— them i varsities of S.otlun.i. The Scottish trustee* have granted this yeai two fellowships worth £800 each. and 50 .•.•holarships. S; %  scholarship, worth POO each phi £100 exp< The profits ot American industry OBpporl .itiottii fund which deserves the gratitude of Hrtlmi' the Comm ed 34 yea V. Harxneas and enlarged by her has paid this year the return fares son, the railway magnate Edwarh ( 3)0 Britons studying In tha Tlic I mill in Your Horoscope Mr FAf/.ILY COULDN'T GET ALONG S-VSflSJ have wSe u ^J u t •euraMd pri* i art. OXOHiii MACRrv oi i brtMvM Oft Tbor •o forward him • Mr Mr. ar BUSS. IJSn—— %  • <-'' rtti aa il—t j >rM4aa br •" %  •• N%  nanei wesrleS) lo, As W In sfc ral w potum **•, ** sssa i %  s* r" Ss Slam lll n bebr* (•*< pa.'i HS*t % %  w* fc a- 4mmm l#w aWa la SSg <>a*i*fi * Midrvd 0-Maa>a* %  ssjUi laal^f, *-)*•, %  SSy assbj aaa banai Biat*4all, a lal OaHa, dapandobla >• %  )..• ooan k*^t ra.* aid aid .aal**g *.l —, t—i a. Hmr> t>^..i %  %  mi wwiia. ii'%  • .rx i-.. logg Foundation Feliowihiii the RoekafaUai ntundaUon F-1lowships. (hoese •attra mild, extra seething Bath Size PAIM0LIVE Miuunu lh*ni. lh<* Hudkon's Bay! Polmol. 'ra-mi/d PAUNOUVI SOOTHIS BABY'S TENDER SKIN '•—mod* O* *• floe' ingredienh—flivei o rraony• %  fro -mild lather that soo r '>t> awoy irnfoirafi oi it oendy hs-oti owoy dirt. A dotly fofmc -r bo*> will keep your baby eomforroble . refrethed >a.nfy. r-smember, Pglnwttve k .esfra SOOfrkngf JUS1 RECEIVED roTTKBs iim* as.Mr.a* HBAND arrr BSIPN* t I l\Mt \l niiHin K Muirn HII.S MM i in' WOBM r-owosaa VABWOMU SASOR SBLADIS %  AOUM routyiBDB AMTfrHtOOlSTINr IDEAL FAMIIY ANTACID-lAXATIVE FOR YOUNG AND OLD! Ai ort olkefiier for neutrelliing tscest ilomoch ocidrty ond re lieving the poin* ond sUscomiom of ex d od.Qe.hon rAilk of Mogne.ia. a product ol Phillips, ii one of the foitetf, mot effective brtewn. As a foxofive. Ph.tlipt acii gently and morowghly, without griping or diKomfort. and wi'houf ernborroiiing urgancy Ph^llirn tonei up the entire diget1i*e /iiem >i the ideal antacid laxoh** for off tha family! Get PhilU> today) BROWNE I C. CARITON BROWNE Wheseaale Bebdl Dmggfc-t IM spsehawk at Dial Uii t vr-forty overstrain! Headaches.IndiKeatlon. l.^-kofanargy.Inability to concentrate, are often the oonoequeooaa of tho physlrni and nervhu strain oavuaed by overwork and worry To rent ore your dlKeetjve and metabolic tone, strengthen yoor nervea and Increaae your nnoriry (orf taking PhfUoman tablets to-day! Ju-' two tablets three timee a day beforu raeala. but if yon ink tha tablets r<>oiiiarey, the resultcwllla.-'nnlahyoa. -a*d PHYLL0SAN fortifies the over-forties THiS iS Off II OtMOH Ti/JViTY Whilv Slocks ln-i We can ofler : Galvanised Corrugated Sheets C ter\ lont 7 fort long 8 fif I Ion:; %  UAUC 21 Out* 24 li.ase na — MM 3.411 — 4.50 :l.7.1 S4.5 Central Inipoi iiim Corner Broad & Tudor Slrnl, WHEN YOU^VB OPENED ANY BOTTLE OF FINE BEER, DRINK IT BIGHT AWAY YOI' MAY I KNM III THIS BOUGH TREATMENT >VHI< II HKEWHASTCK HI.'MI.K IS METING OUT TO A GOOD CIHDMB Of" IUKS BUT I1H.IH I US. HE KNOWS BEST—HE KNOWS THAT AMY inn: THAT HAS ill IN OPENED. SOON LOSES ARBON \TlON. GETS FI.AT AND UNPALATABLE HE KNOWS TOO. HETTER THAN ANYONE. II rW LONG IT TAKES TO PBSPABE AND MAXUBE A BEER HE EIM l|l AI.ITV AND HI IJKES Til MAKE SURE THAT THE nRKR HE BHEWS ESPECIALLY EUR YOI Is KNJiiYKD TO THE FULLEST MEASURE. CARIB



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For poilliuln • : \nni r.madian r'laml %  ilh lock* LMa Electric Sale* At Service Coldmlor" 5 cubftti i ...,d. — ittanl ..> < guarantee I 01. 1', IB. taaa lliMH obtainable at fell leed, RvaaBH 11 la SB—3n. HAL ESTATE CIPUUH'AJ* TUB A lAltit luaai Selling al a SS-I .liwo.M.1 t U-JU L Bayley. Bolten l^n. iir-..KAri.>N< I u I MAIM CANS — Tha popular No 1 !du< Only M crata far ktaBdla laawranlKAKHWONS MAKI.WAKf UfkOAD TWXT Tajaji llai 23M l.ll.a-at. AT SPOON Ut DLL Partly Sl.n T.u-Wort. i Hrrtic." CiOd Condition. :. Rp.. 'ront Bpara for a Mhop * Imi lor a 1M*. %  liu.i,, tMD AT rOKTAlirjJX %  and. About aw q. (>•< %  Moray 3 B ul raai. Vrry (ar only A i^.a. A I'M* Uaod C-nfltlan. I lll-IIV %  s.. Al Quality Win %  lor ChlMran Cwwbov OaMaa CanVfM Outnta. Policeman OuiflU ah %  inplrtr •>-|th Hati !• Uiain an duiat our umplf Room* at II Ivan Tha Standard Aiancy iltdoa> Co coopns Atnpot. n.VoPRAY* •*-urai iitla. Toik-i KIT. TwAb. Pan. PUw Scrub. Rug aid PI r<>wdar. Cttniplaxlim, Comb Wall Bia-aku l^dkaa and OaiU llnlr Iruahaa, Bnavkaa; Bruahaa and Haajdabold Joomi. Apply H. f. Charanuin J> C. Id. Dial am. '' LadaVadkj (JUT A uaolul Gill for a Mand bruad' Tha BarbadiE.iaiaaianl Han* 1 with 1 baautllul pirturr* ol .r-.r laland and tha prlra U only 17KNIGHTS LTD Mt* Oalm (or Only XI.IM N. A 1 Badroom laa Oood aa Nowi 114 S?!£!2. •5T" U ?* - "AW OARfMaWB. Oaaaf for Onlv Cl.i— IK BtXLKVlUX ana atomy, iPartly Stonai room. Oaraga. Very Uoad C Only Xltoa Nat Alaaoat IRjaj 1 Badraam 'Partly Stonai Bunfa. - -l ft ATQOVT HilX. %  a ITrmlM-. at Ra*> danra. A-I Ruamaaa StanU tknul SIO M p m Vacant Koine tW Only CI.IH Nat IN NEJJaON ST A Radroaan RValdanca, Can Vuld ab n Can alao Make a Oood. _iut,d. Wairr. Ltdbt. Uoini f OaJy CBM Stt A <;...-! Buiidin si it Maiopll III 1. about '. Atlf. Ootl (or Onl U •'• N" tm an fl It Wall Knon that D P da Abrru I.EAOP. lor ID" kTT J^UCER and MOVT DK siitAiu-i. PBOPtama iMiutaa *r.A SIDB nra.i. ANVWIttKE DIAL Mil Call at oiiv* liouih". Ilaatlnti Bill DWO • %  -all buildinf. aituatad in Uppar Rent la*i -Ki.it (rat of lann Oaound Roor rantalni larda .hop Enlai prlav Cycla Co. i. dining room, aaara ranm and kltrltrn. UpaUii. alli> Uiain room, fuui Prdrooma. totlvt and %  ( tion by appolnlmrnt on ipplKifr.n to C O Oltbrni ALfWJ On* ...id thrra quartan am of land %  Itualad nddl Baarbr tlaadl. St Ptilltp P.*rell.nt bvildiiur tifaa ASSty t C 6. Gltiona. EntrrpMaa Cvcla Co. Uppar R>—uuck Slraat. lor pricra and rondllm Jia Tflephonr No MM %  IIM-1 IAND-4SM a. II. HiuaU al Laynaa h.-.i Hrittona Hill luitabla for bualor raaManca all modern rommodlU IBMS Apply to A R I sritA.roN UalHrltn Road. In II C.U near tha Savannah Apply -4 Mlaa Q E T Itovrr on pramiara. TI : u MSHAKE* ~ MS ahara Shipping a. Trading Cotur. Catfoid %  Co •t. Brldir.i *i. ,n The llaibadot . Ltd App.V No. IT. High THE OAHI.EN Haad, St. Micluirl I Radd.. 13 Pr.rnr corn.r. CATTORD HOUSE %  landing on land Glaaad TUJC* Whtlr. Pink. Blua and Graan Alao good Quality M gauge Galvunload ahaaU In ti. 1(1. and B(t Enquli* Auto Tyre Co Trafalgar and Spry Straata Phono MM I.ILM H :. INDIAN CORN At DraKhall. I'lanlalion, St. Grotga SS.00 per Iluahel 1 11 M-Sii INDIAN CORN — at MOO I'n Hu.h.i. Ko.k Hall Pliinlalton, St Prtrr I 11 S3 :.. rarvad. wedding Ring*. Tia Cllpa ai BracalaU. Wm D. Richntd. A Bom OLD r*lMIONBD JIWaXUDlT A lew ploce. of Old raahloned Jewel at r-aaonabla price* Wm D Hichaidffa RFCORDB-Calypaoaa Catypaoaa. Tla•r"e Mopale. Kltrh Saaaphona. Sold. IB Song, and many other popular hiu r -|.nnnn and Round New M.l>S BREWERY Phone 41M 31 10 U -In SI'KlNt. C I Mllu.v I Nil! itked in Caleeoa for Padding am' .vrrlng at U33 each. Apply-—Thi standard Agency •|l.doi< Co It Swan hlrrel. It .on.3*30 111.11 %  M r AY /;. .Ii'i.lng Fllaa. a button KNIG Anoaol Spray. For I I 3n ... to tha OaMy t'tagr.pa .gt.nd-r Wading Dally Nr.apaprr IM riving In Barbadoa by Air only a f. %  >• after publication in Indon Conli .n Gala Co Advocate 'o Ltd Lo> iepraaanUllve Tal 1113 'T.4.U— t f SUELLAC Pure Orange Shellac . Una M cenla S pt II 40. I pi rtH > I ajl cam it MS each IIADKISONS HAJIDWABK hTt>RE. HROAD STREET TMSI 3IU and 33M 1.11 33—fr i,.... ,.', NEW IH'NI OP i M* n m • K ISHo rraaonahle MR Apply to Mr. E C Field Phone No tv In TANK -One 0 gallon heavy quality iHanlie lank. Slokaa fa Byrne* LM.. I*q) RtraM 31.10 Ss—an VllI'MfcNT 1 Copper lined ..•den Tank*. MS gallon %  tapacil< : %  r .. pg I:K. Lrk UsM BBTM lot Fan, Pipe FitUngi. Laboralorv .t|ulpn.ent and many other filling. grM rquinment Suitable for lactorlo. BARIIADOS BREWERY. JThone *3M 31 10 M—Jr WATCIII.* l-.dle. ..nd GenU l . 'wel Watebea In Gold R Q f(talnle l.m-eai prlcea Ale* Yoarwood. er. Bollon Lane 3 II il IM HMiWI AUCTION By tmtruitlona of the In.uianre Co. will *r. n CRAltiS OARAGE. IthTHCCK STKE3TT ON TUESDAY th I 1 p in 1M0 Ai.'tln Sedan Cal -inngfd UFlfl IMIMN I AJaH R ARCHER Mi K And Ion err a ii.u—an By inatraciUiiu of the InauraiMe Co.. Will aell ai Meaari. K H Hunte at Co. id va.eh.ii..Chapel Htieet. Wedneaday Mh al 1 p in Orapriotype M, Ad %  ing machina damaged Term, caah R AfkCHftal UtKENEIE. A NMMMM JNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By inatrurUona received Irom Mean. CVI-i (iaroge Ltd, Pli •treat Ilk IMO Hlllinan Mlna laa.i.aKad in acrldenti Tern Ca.li Sale al 3 p I *. DfCaWI GHIFFrni. A i.i t loner I I II S3 A\ UNUtK TI1L SILVtK HAMMER On Thuraday th by order ol thi i lo the I Of I lilt IMiKinrtrv we will aell the FUmilure at "Dunblane", St. Law ranee Qfa> which Include* Very nice old Colonial 1. Pedeahal inning Tabie. Braaa Tlpa and Ealri leaf (or ExiaraUon; upright and Ami (halra. Rocker*. Card Table. Couc" Bargrre Arm Chalat Tea Trolley. Ski' board. H.iiatand. Ornament Tab lea i In Mahogany: OLaaa China; Dtnni 4 Tea Servlrea. Pltd ware In Wallet Spirll Keltic. Spoon*. Fork*, ac. CutIrry. Large Braai Tray ft Stand. Brat. Jardinlerea. Finger baitn* fte: Carpal PKturea. Verandah Chair*. Hand palnte. Sera ana, DuuMe t atngld Simmon redateada ft Spring' Deep Sleep M..t tresea Mlrd & pUIn Preaan. Dreealnn Table. Linen Pre**. Lad)'* Deak a.ediclnr Cabinet all In M iMinled preaaea. Drea.lng Table* gtc r .."i.i... a Tiunfc. 1 Burner Oil Stovr fiet Hot PUie ft Iron G E Rafm % %  lator in working order. L-rdor. Kitchen Utenalla Scale* ft Wela-ht* Anthunum*. Ferna and many other :em Sale 11 30 o'clock Term* Cftoh BEWKIft. TROTMAN CO.. Auctioneer* UNDSB THE SILVER HAMMER On Tucadil} M the MUM %  Aimllure .,t II h November aell Ihel Ganiaon No JO. Block ..'hirti Inrludoa Dlnlnc T.ble Waggon with g*a cup board). Butler* TTfty. Korkcr. and Bary ing Table. Revolving B.-* Ca**>i Tall ft l.m PUnt Pedertal* Chea* %  d V.. MI .r* or psi fern> T*U giaaaeerr. aaii TahVa. taauleaa aad ras* f Uk*. %  %  n •am. * aaaa*lr| .seel in arllng *tD.'i a. w..u Ma.. SI,' aa* rhShTr "*J"t 5S*rVi' 1 t' %%  -"' nm&i ss ),IH(VMIM NOW! ,tion DM bee which 11 tang will K-i.dom i due lo arrive In Barba't morning of Tursdny, 4lh Novem-, It. a) Ihr BUI nd Ive ,, about 10-M a m. Al 8 p.tn. on Monday. 3rd November I H V Will .i maaMiBe to the people ol Barbai!'OTI !•>, %  HedilTuMon ... rvkM 2 11.52In dawn w all Ine bed) %  %  <* %  > %  > *al Ike tia* ieiit ol yalhfal • %  rear an* -n.'ir Wi in lb* (land* Satra an an yean •( —p ar w a aa Madal •nd enbtllra. H >• mf aplniao thai Iht r>d M *l feiatul* ao—a a. Vi-taft* nor* era** In* aa**! aaadera aa* aMntinc %  !** a.I i..al-*ai af .t:a..l.u.n*. *nd In.tgt..i.ii. | th |'*i and Ci.. l.idi la f*Ui* % eaO.d.l **joaf and .rtaliir la lb* Feel ReiulH In 1 Day n*(au*t ViT... •-. atMiHifkalw ****• %  !• *pgjy*-Ja*** 1 aj .' MeilM i %  ll ." % %  M We** i**.lit Ua*i <--<• irpan an aalaa-Mr* and %  le health. H. Mth November. 1MJ. BAILINIi TO TBIMDtll S S FfKA. lOtb Oetolier. IMI Ill IM. TO TRINinAII AMI I I III AO MR HEBT1A 10th Novamber. IMB. Hu-K.-iP aih December. 1U> I* Mi-Mis BON A CO. iii. Canadian Nalinnal S(nanishi|i!r %  atlTHMOVNO %  Radoey aaadkaa thall*a|-f .... 'Ian I .-I." %  .11.., r*n.lrarl*i i-<*y Baftnay (•nedlaa Challeni i a nad Ian Crnlaer Ifha aatu Mealiral M Oct 4 Nov i Nov SB Nov I Dam. I Ball* Barhadi. H Nov 7" N, N .11 I). trrtrei A M... A.rl... Boaloa Bl Jahn li.nr.. — It Nov. 13 Nov. 1 Dor 3 Dee. IH — o D-C. a Dec 33 Dec. -7 Dec. r faltbrr parllralai.. appl> la— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.AgcaU. UJJIOrr mee WATKlNSi •ii.Id mvielf leaponalble lor ono elae eontracttng any debt ay n *j i unleas by I do noil 1 or anyi ..I ,i.i,i. lin.WKI.lt. TROTMAN fk CO, Aurllnnrrr* 1 II. S3—3n LOST & FOUND public are hereby warned agai"*t givma credit lo my wile IIEKVL IRENE MOTTLEV mee Beryl Waaom a* I do %  *. hold mvaelf roeponalble for her oi aa contracling any debl or iv name unlea* by a written ider aigned by me GRAFTON HTZHaTmirRT MHTT1X% Aahlonl Tenantry. SI John 111 Ed 3rt THE public are hereby LOST l-X; A It FTTH CASE l-idie.blue .1 MARCASSITE C t BaWMM Caw hai Ad.eeate Advertialng Dcpa-li-. Hurt' You Sturtvtl Your Xums Shoppinff r Yuui Jewellers Louis L. llayley of Bollon Lone offer you a wide selection of nifls \Ve have jusl received a large range of far pierced ears, as will a. clips A.. bangles in designs you'll simply love, will, matching necklets In diamante. Also tinner rings with turquoise. coral, pearl, aquamarine, etc. Alway* shop at Louis I. Bayl.\. la* inop where vou can l)e sure of the rjest in quality and service. LOLIS L. BAYLEY of Bollon Lane & Aquatic Club Gift Booth Phone 3909 & Phone 4897 SWEBPSTAKE TICK IT tit) F.nder plea* ret., at Clair Catwell B3liawah T g arM* ._. Ooodn,: noM m*eef I contracting ai-. .lihi ... dedla in unlea* by a written order aigned by mo. LIONEL MAYtaut. „ . si Thnmaa 3 11*3 3,v SEA V1!W BOB! IHlIM II \s | |\(,s |i VKHMMIS Duily and LfiiiRterm Rales •luotfd on request. Permanenl (iipesea welreme Dlanrr and Cocktail I'arllr. jrungrd II IH'CKLAND Proprietor. AEHOPLANF EXCURSION The fir.1 al m h""l * be given by the avail known aportaman Jchn 1 Toppin ol Mlndabury Road Prom Borbado* r**a ;i* riii Mmel xrommoda'i Board Traniportetion in and Irom a 'port alao lncli..1e.l ir (are levying PhMtfJO Mh ol April 1BU Pelurnlng Saturday 11th Don't mlaa Ihla opportunily lo ee the iBBBMBMBBn Piovince %  Mr jon I RoadSi M.. I : ii J-I,I SATISFACTORY EVERYDAY SERVICE • That feeling of petiu in purchannn drugs Is ilwayi expei tn. It la miwi gratifying to us to note this, lor it proves tli.it our untlrinj e". >U lo provide the i^t 0 f gervlcc and the finest und purt-st foods, have hurt ttia desired effect. will trade with ua. wn fee. lul* Ih:.' !"^ l C .. W,U lru P 1 "" ,n >"' tf " • %  feeling ..f secunt.v and cause you to become Lei us be your far fgular (Uilomer. illy druggist*. COLLINS DRUG Broad Street. STORE REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS NEW Bl NIIAI-OW c toilet and -.ih. modern kltehen, iwo aorvanta ,.*n* with IMIet and bath, garage Phla pee party ean be bought a*r rraumable figure Pb*aae ronlael BWEETFIELU Large atone houae compnalng upatalr* three bedioom*. large I,..... romp, dining mom. two ic.ii.-u and bath*, one with tub bath and hot and cold water. gallery DownMalra: three epara %  landing nn *|II.I u.iuu.l.-li It arrea of land .bum 100 *arf. from Olhje* Beach. rival pretent owner, and can be had lor a very rr.iionable price 1 rupeeBoa by appointment only. t Situate al Maxwell* Coaat Road. ir three bedroom* with running water, combination drawing and dining room*, modern kllrhrn. tin let and bath. Tha ii aituatad In n good) reildonllal area with excellent era bathing A aouhd invralmenl at a varj low re.ervo puce. Rt'NtlALOW %  MaaM In Rorktey New Road oeaanvindli it .. au VaWaaal **Hnl -' the Ootl Courag uniihetructed lo It lumpnan three badi.-ana, one with built-in cuplioard*. di..wi.|i and dining room*. model.i kitchen, lollol and ba'h Dnumlair*; Servant** room with toilet and both, garage (or Wo i %  BBMgh room tor laundiv .tt Tlie property Hand. o.. approalmalaly 11.000 egaiaie fe-t of limd RI NUAI.OW at Graeme Hall Tcrrae%  racllvely deigned coah tuning three bedroomi with Ullrt. and bnlha allached. dining and living room*, kitchen, verandah lo The Weal and a nkfe patio lo the F-.l The property itandon appmaltnalaly ** acra of land. EVAWTOW Slluate al Top Ruck comprtlbig three bedroona*. Iwo with adjoining toilet and bath, aparv room thai ran be uaad aa a bieakfail room or children"* nurarry. living i. i dmtrtf room, kllcbon. toilet ana hath with hoi and cold waier. yriar.dah lo Iho Boulh and ratio rfertk The outbuilding* romprl*e of aaryant.room with ti.iln and bath, and a U'pe gurage Iriapoctlon by appointment only. I-OVE SPBDHQ COTTAOI A lovely eoiuge *tarydlng on rood. TI perchea <* land Mlual al SI Jam** Coa*l having lb> owa prlvolo bathing beach, and rompii.ii.g Ihree bedroom-. With K i.ite toilet and both lo mam Iroom. drawing and dining room*. Bui apian bath with hot and cold running water %  and aeparnte toilet, modern kllchen. and a gallery on two tide*. M>Min\l It Ovrrlomwm %  t> M--H R*. H Pad •Handirg Hi appro-, rnolrly *• acrea of land ha ng ai i. re hard tally FMeted fr It tree* The ho. %  aan. llvl N room. il.t. UK) halh* with hot and cold -al.. Large v taaMkaM. a aaaaawa, laundry. ha* been r.tei raaal i'y JOHN hi. Ill iUOS A.F.B.. r.V A. Rstenalve Lbllncs of Gas*] Class Properly and Land Always AvaUablc BOMIMEDg Slluate In the tiaineon. I M .'. I ..{.ii* I.. .1 l'-ilroona. cnnbination living and dining eoom*. aeporata toilet and bath, kllchen With built-in cupboard*. Verandah the whole length of the building. The outbuilding* CBBkBrlM two aervanu room* wjlh waUr lolUl and a garage for two car. The above property BSMMS i II approximately I.Me •0.11*1 feat o( land Thla houae ha. 1 .. and %  leeirtc raUonmg Inapaetlon by *ppoinimeni only. snuati -ith running w TBt SXIBBON a*n ,*t Road. Mirua all with attached, living I room. Urge kitchen. toilet and bath, open >r'*n4ah on Iwo aide* with one in* *ea OulhuiMIng*. 3 ifinriU room*. laruB" for two rar* Tha praporty .land* on 3 '•• %  HI* I" perchea ot land It*•pecUon by appointment only. in I \N aFRAY Siluale al Rock ley Rood adjoining toe lamou* Bocklay Beach. beat HI bathing In Ihe Uland liivided BTMO Hare* Bale and bring .h manlhty rental There aaaV not Bl MIHOBTM Situate al Welrhoa. Chriel within lfO yard! af lb* BBS. V*ry rea*onably priced Ploaae eentart us aa anon as r,-il.l* REALTORS Limited VALlBSB lai/kM sot nn a "riiir naivoEToWM PBOHB m FOR SALE HITNGAI nu/. LOIMM at building cmtiaclor* The afOT* daiton provide* ? -. with bulll-ln wardrobe*. Iirge drawing raaea. •e*M>r*tc din ing room, kitchenette wflh b-.-aaf..* reow. and t-rgo poo'.y The garage and arrvanf* gawrbera are detached Mains water r-1 1 %  -.<** llel .nd .Un.fr. wid* verandah looking sea-1 .-.rale garage and aarvants' rooms. Ideal eruid* home In a good reeldentlal Qjarlar RESIDENCE. T7IE GARDKN, WoKTHIKG Modem coral stone bungalow on corner nt* with wide frontage* Pleasant gardkm wilt, flower bed*, lawn, I CBl r lM natio. and number of bearing dull • emprises idinii. Own beach (ranlag* %  1. -thing (actinia* iSS bedn %  ing %  w,..i COUNTRY VllaLA. CHRIST CHURCH—Well bulli home with large lounge and dining room, leading onlo wide covered verandah cunning Uie en lire (iot~ .g Phoae MM ichrd garage snd aarvnnls' Krrna l-*iu..'*quo w*n eare.1 M g'ounda ol abnul one acre. ..im lawns, abundance of flowarli-g shrubs and flower*. n*k garden, and goog mature kitchen garden. (SsmphrtelY rural but only S* mile* from town. NFA* BUKOAI-OW. ROCKlaBY Commodious home wllh 3 bad.'UvUag room. Wide verandah wllb good view, menen pant", aervanle* roaata and .Im. -.111. a !" *! ulualian near Oolf Course C 4.300. WIMDY wn-tx>wa ST JAMI3* Soundly conaliuned atone bungalow with aaoMsus livrng rooo.. 9 large and 1 sntatl redrnom*. acellentlv placod and.-, -llreclty overlooking Iho *ea, donn-talrs kllchen, servi.nt*' roan, and rioren-om* Offer* avrssW ViiiHi.-. HOME. ST PBTgsVA lUkUlBUft] appointed frildenc* lednoea S IU*d bath*


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SI Ml.W SUM Mill |i *rn.- lla_ _. C**>rrti< C—Vita. J p in < bMHm. 1 p i. 4 fWrmon Prorm MORAVIAN Mor.ii,.. i r .. %  3 B m m ORACI iI %  i J II.. -i V-nm* VIMH I' W M-.a.-. 1pm Rtnut Saavep, PI !" PWI MI F G >uin-i HlNFiK It %  . Morti.na *r*c*. P w rl m ;: Mt O r>Bci t n m I hwiiiii Mt s %  •* %  •• -Mi mil i Fimln| VnO I BETHEL METHODIST CIRCtTT Kt-iU't :. Itdd %  M 111 -II a m Krv T J Purl.. HblCMUMMUO*. t p m 1U* T J ruri-y Hat* O ww m rWii DALKimi-B a m ftov p VlvWn H*v* CtimmuiiK.il 7pm Ml <1 IIJKDCI %  KIMCNT II J m ll*i T Vivuu Hol Communion, t p %  P... I | I DIHTKIIT • %  . m* T J Ml T Callmdrr PHOVIIMSVCC II % % %  MI G H an %  7pm M> v OHM VAUXHAU. II -m Mi D Griffith 1 p i.. M. H Ciini.1 4JL1, cmvmcm k i>ina*r K IMn %  aadjua X" > P tn Sunatov •—In — l T II p m Holy Conimuiix.n mam %  r A aim**. THE SALVATION AIMV WBI.l-lMGT.iN ITHIIT Hi.n1 FaMituI TMctt-U %  m HMIMM *•>%  '•.. 1pm PiMt*mmirfHtri by Yttunii PM*'. 7 pm *. iiUon Mrs-lit,., StW Hum tod Mi. W MorfU •ronn<>a*ilrd b. if* Om.-.rml Band BI'lIHitTtiUN CENTKAI. 11 I m Kollnmuj Mr-mif. 3pm Company M*lintj. T p it. Salvation MfiMlnl Knr Captain H Worrell M.nii BAPTIST CHTKCII TT-HOH STttrrT K I' HalWMT. [Ki'tor SUNDAY. NOVEMBER Bund.. Vhool al *> m A rl -r WolMilp Service % %  10 H .. m Tic Lord* fluppM -in h obwi.tfl LOl III IKII hXI'HSl ( III R( II WHITTlARK ROAD II S*vlc-r. Pt**rriM rbv E Thorn*. II %  a n II..1. Communion. 7 It p m l'vnrl"l" Service., fitwrirr r.v*n*ell A Your* Kl NDAV \|>\(K Ail. TF.VK T*r VrmlM-n. *d i IHB l I. II DANCE tl Alice Pi-vine Field oa t -. .' % %  Clvvki OUti ; it,iu hM INI p in A^lsi IIAK SOI.lit DANCE !"*" % %  %  Ml.lll II.,It Til H.-MMI M \MI i. .1. Ill %  *• 1-. Hi. • I A D A N C c on MO. I at %  %  •ching, Burning ind Smarting . Ecz & Stopped In 10 Minutes I Ac *;> —. i_-l 1:* .J I C I 1 „„j &-. ^ • "-anna. Plrni. %  llaah. RlBfSMOi. P*arl[r..'n*..il:. K;IE.-I -nd RM 1MB I i-i a C-1 )klO HH>. i*ii ird InlrtMr kbd rouaa ton In low y.-ur iitriMb fjhmr !•<"* "l" IN '• Hlantift.I %  r. 'ii HI itn -Imroi lucr %  powdrr *lM>n JJ prnritalrt lapldlf Irtlo l)x> jmt. > of >utl*r HFOfTE AFT,,. ..'.-!• f iklB—M> tin'mrii' 1 tab loot HOT Nl4*tm bW %  H ii I-... %  ill Bihli Nil ii i l VbT .1 10 p .InIral lb* fklu ."MlOltL Work* fmt %  jiM* NliodoM ui fWntilW*nT rer. %  % %  .Mil fctn. m-,1., ii M rur. -Ml#r ." <*l>tly imoalli. In jjii a da. or \* *oin ; • ntd in 1.' da*> My Itwiid* nn in... pMHH lu oij a^fMaada* Snti'foclion Cuoi ant*d Quick relief from Aches and Pains Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Insect Bites and Stings Sister says: In mxtro large jars and handy lint HMd IH CMil Cotdi. CM(M tfa.U(. Jtp-4.it) MI:JI,4 ffdt Muscular and nerve paint ire often ver/ stubborn, and so you will be surprised it the quick relief thac Thermogene Medicated Rub will give. Just rub it well into the skin where the pain Is and It will penetrate deeply, relieving inflammation and congestion and easing the pain. It is good, too, as an antiseptic Salve for Bruises. Scratches, Insect Bites and Stings. Rub it In gently and feel its welcome relief. So healing! So soothing! Try it— Thermogcne Medicated Rub ""T!? r rj? ^ %  real b, " tn 8MtJM leuct BilM aM Miaaa AffJ, Ik,*-**.*, M.JntuJ H* t—lt< M 1MB •• " %  Obtainable from all good stores Mnd chemists Be prepared — get some Thermogene Medi ated Rub today! THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB For Colds and Coughs, Aches and Pains WHERE PAIN ASSAILS... SACR001 PREVAILS I On So/, at all Drug Sfor.i KNIGHTS LIB. (2B? GASOLENE COSTS MOHIV Tho wian bcy.i -TB all buyindT Motorcycles v-hich are so much < cheaper to run. Tho really vita ones are buylfig TRIUMPH OR AMBASSADOR. Credit can bo .-t.-ranged at A. BARNES ft CO.. LTD. Hpon-ored ly 1 ritl "A" Boy-' Club -ill bheld at the DM. A' 1 Hiding School an Muinlay ird Nov., at 7 | I Band in ,i item In tic*. ADMISIIOM Aduha -... |.fi Children -oM. 3.11 52-ln IRVSTAI. WATERS in KM inn -i r,..i im !" ii.p WMUIM Itighl on s*n .wltoal SM Hnlhlni. Cool c ^inlnrtubV S.I. vie. Dally . well a. perTI iiu'iil t;ur5t welrnni*. For Rain Phun. 8264 MM Proprietress. .lOROTHY C-AKM1CHAU. THE ANNUAL BAZAAR Mr. Turner v. ill be hold al THE DRILL HALL from S to 7 pm on SATi'nnAY. snii Woybw, 1952 YS ripUon DOLL! i;"in 1" hlsh — Fati> IX1U BSS| Dolls, NOVK1.TIES SWEETS, CAKES i ICES TEAS 4 a weli-.tcukixl BAIt LOCAL FOOD STALL IM'NCH JUDY SHOW nml KN.M SHOW for c fcU drsB GAMES of CHANCE. .•lili.iuniiii %  — DANCL i I lovi I KM'Kl .oa •• -M.MI. M— ...p;.l. %  kDMH )'.; ,.1 HI I fHomtSL (J>/hn/uissaf)o\£) Hold . 8'. 10' 12' TEN/TEST TEMPERED HARDBOARD V iliick in ihattd 4' J; 8'. 8'. 10' Both ihese Prodncn a-c Termiip-Proof Ah MOULDINGS in WOOD, WALLBOARD & ALUMINIUM JMI iiiv.Mlnn juinu. (Miiilcr MLjNi MM ininers. Phone 4267. WILKINSON & HAYNES Co.. Ltd. Cut Equiprenl Cosl: ^iih l/nimel Major • Dt.SKS • YVOKK TAHI.I • BBNCHEa railli nuilc l -inn. ran-.Im. nn Hi..,I,|| I'MMET MVIO't fnunosvorh QUICK HANDLING EASY (ONMKI t no i (HVOMICAL \ SSSBll ..' I MMH M rtlOM .ion im<-v.rk In rutl-priM.I SlSVS ihii Orsn iiii-i. wan Mw llnunilrd t uriirr. Hos-riirni li> ,ml aSSI BM nskM %">" •" DsSS, Hiirk Tablr or lli-nih Small hunil I8SB. and tho IMMH —Um I't all. A a ml lliis uirfui rrami-.• u-od oealn l moil %  ilhrr nri-il*. Klne 171 I for ilol.ll. .'.I %  •5 %  %  11 K Inrf II Ian SAVE " s S WITH EXTERIOR FOREST GREEN (SFBCIAIXX I'KtPAIC II FOB TUB TROPUSl al S8.2!l |MI Lallan THEY'RE HERE! CKNKKAL HARDWARE SUPPLI^ RH'KKTT ITM (Ot.lllll P.l OIHrri PIIONH 4l f^9k These axe j€*^f Some verv Fine [* %  '""1 Delicacies for your IL00K/I enjoyment Aapncaa Tlpa—Una IS! OMSSJ Ml*—lln* Grapr—Una f;berrlM—Una -lr... Iri-ri.".—Una Clip i i .> i,„. OIITO Oil—tin. Aprlr*U—Una OSS R#-Um Olive*—h*U. Miv il !'.• kl. %  '-1.1P.N. Him. r hi.IMustard—bait* Maionnaiae— IMU. Handwloh CaaU—bola. Pet* a Brana—lln* ftsMss ITW ILii-i #*# %  %  *# \ V A i co.. i.rn. Roebuck Street Dial 2072 A 4502 i l ldl MMIMM nn si iiii|ioriiinl in iict'iH liiilnrv in lln* i miiiliv i* ni ihi'Muiiiifnilirrni Krilish Bull. IlirtuUCBES1 Miiurt and .|i|trnriinre. Techniitit IIICI liiiniral fenliirt-s. .,iil stSgaUKS ni line—in w bucrilii'ii.iini fxartly tulKJ h> llarliadii* Vy Hercules Me forest dt'eyc/e Btt/fr fc-efoy SEE THEM NOW AT Barbados Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd. Auto Tyre Co. i



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^IMiVY AltVm Wl SUNDAY, NOVF.MBF.B 2. 1*52 Foodstuff And Lumber Brought By Sunwalt <>f its arrival in port ihc SagucTrinidad's Stevedores To Be Rotated v i^ urs „f ,tr arrival in pnrl Ihc HagueTb sh ,„ M „, AaaiclaiHn ul sunwalt weighed anchor and sailTrimo*: ha* agreed to miroduce harbour nn its wjv to Trinidad -Minnalt called here at live o'clock on Friday '•'< teveOOre on n rotation era! cargo (or the island a distribute lob.opirteii 351 coii%  1 -our>, 24 con%  '.• bles and d Mirk and beans. I nrrces of %  ru-i-al c;irgu of •f Sun wall alo pj o( pine lum— tHidtf lha eom. nd it* p SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC la Carlisle Bay artaaonar. i min. \i Woiidftui roiiiwrltor. T B>>dlnr. C\rll B Si Cerailna. Mary M ... -,,. lim.i ll Mw V.a.is T H It-dar jn-k.n %  tooarta. LMt Joy \lil\ M | Alcoa Puritan. 1.S3I mn< from Hi l.iila under Captain B P Buftvi Con -lined W Da Co.ta Co, Sunwalt. Caw IS-aMl i MM BY "STENTOB" In number, i em of the earg • Stentor," Oil Fridey Also on -. %  ::'. SfM 32U %  "i druma of %  45 ^i"i!d to'l^nta^T"..! "^ 14 V. Lady Joy. ** Od htnillB, 5T Lucia Jul— captain w tawny I icfa i* under the CipUin J D. Holn i 3 P Mual l.id II i DU ii mtv -i d ll %  Motor was the threci. :hbrcti (Illy "Kon: y Ocean %  %  %  % %  %  i i SI DAL CARGO. %  I Hour .in 1 >,., MV ttrwoi, i,taa •OBI oil. m ,.na>. Capla.., .1 ll i lb S. P Miasaan a Son* MV Alrwlboio* U t "I. In d-d utidrr < Com arnrd la II Ja*on Jontn Co ... %  I v pott %  md i f-natii. A Jn<'f>paa>a tun•tfned w Da Com ' liir\KII mtI'lil p II Davld.cn lor H'lli-h Uui-na. Mandata> ii lor M Va*etH IWi-iWrm fr* B. Vi. iftil. l.-d> IMradlaM lor HI l.-cla. Monaka lor Opmintrai. Sonw-ll '.., liimdad. Canadian Cr Sea well Asaivi. at a* i Of (tickled meat sastrati M st %  Of ihi iat i !omtnHior H %  ,, in I'-n "ii Thurslie la*t "f it's Carlbrem tor thi< season. rii'i, r cargo consisted of 600 :,,orated milk. 20 • smokci herrings and %  r bad meat. The %  or" also I rojght a iMtn-ry. leather V.sim ACo. MINOS CHA:.(I)M. A Hrj . r HT.H nrr\RTi* at mn lar i r,..,,,.i OCTOBKR 11 I Dm Hanlm. O Trinuninin*: Smith. H Johnitone. K Fli.riaidv. CroolM C I^UIIa, W Min..ir, Km liinirr. K Oitlana II Brr "" %  nv C l.nmirii. V Lumadr |>N'-Ic. F nrlb\ J. Wllaon. K O BARBADOS GUIDES portumtien as evenly as possible non M.M-hoy, ihc tolony's Labour Oomrnl-B'mn 1 i*>l'* Uie '-•' yesterday. W]i. Hochoy. wtio was attending a meftln-; of the Comultatlvr • .• of the Regiii-i Lbour Board -i Ha*tiiiHi>u-e. | %  B W I A Mr WN< a nuest at flat, H;i'tmi. Hotel. I that th ( > .iKnement with Mi.SiH|.p titf Association hiid **ia%  -it of Jomt neootialion." with nilisal. O.r Seamen and Watrrfr.in' SnUth. Wortti'lK Tt..de t : .i'*roduced s couple of wecki #>go and as n *lart, i| wu> Lem, dune on a aroup basis. Th< i-n.nKf he .iddert wi.s understood to i< rnMUnl wlCi general satlafl tmii of the ttuTkeri to '-'. ilO'lflfW '>> rcvlar ihe lndu'ittal aareeinenl between %  >• ., si Oilneld Workers Trade Union and Conthe OdtiCld Employer*' Atsociallon of Trlnlhe high standards of Guiding in wo u'd however, be the actual coat tetosjdlnf i'"* place *• %  this island—of the enthusiasm tho of 'helot. ii. from Its berth energy, and the efnclency of the Mr l focn y fcai<1 ,nal xh,s c n ~ i ClaVnkerlaln Bridge and Movement, and, frankly, my heart tribulion by the St. MHdeli: .ied no little stir among sank, for I realised how'little I Sugar Company was such thnt %  cool dealers, knew, and I feared my Ignorance the barrack worker would be able %  ,i me vessel *uld prejudice my interest. But. to own the building lot at nist the |i .ii. MI to secure their supply. I need not have worried, for at liomlnal price. OBM 1 met with so much underOver 3.000 nDpllrutlons had been Alto on borrd the 'Tid> Joy" standing and kindness—which his received in the space of three %  i of cocoanut plants 1 been continued in the last three months for loans under tr and a quantity of cor* of ftreyears— BO that, although I have fchem^ At present, the funds at wvl. Yi ...iislgned U> done so little, you have made me the disposal of the Committee trel I have done something to help, were one and a half million dolIn particular, I would like to thank i „ %  Mrs. Williams for her goodwill and • for her counsel to me. ... %rr -,,. I shall take away from BarboWAPfl I.V, dos many happy memuriex of the M..vemcnl here, and I wish HOLLYWOOD opened its attack you all, and the Movement, the '" Washington to take over part ontinued. success which your ef"' the S hooner Owners' Assoclatir ANNUAL EEPAIEB. %  ^ilher launch is on repall Tins tin., ii is the launch hich was taken from the G ^ Movement here, and IwVah water Otl Tuesday evening to_un.. dcriio its grmu ii ropoJ These 111 art i xpsk i< d f< be com* %  ittod i | i.c middla of tu woott Police Band At Qilt'eii'fi Park of America's TV. The film chiefs' want some air channels to be kept open for theatre TV. They wanl to carry Broadway and Hollywood first nights to everv mrner of the land. Listening Hours forts so richly deserve." Sorry To Lot* Her Mrs. Williams on behalf of the guides, expressed thanks to Lady Savage for her very kind remarks ard said that they were more thtm •Orry to lose her as the'r Presldert. .•osrnm-ne oi mu-ic Lady Savage she added, had !" 'r"S!^ ,VT 'i'."..^!"*., "I"!? ,aken n %  "" %  in** interest in their wtleiar^r^r** 4 "2J and had always been ivooki. ieady to help and advise them at •* P "> Tt.* Nr.. uipm v m tm,nm m HlsM's II times. They, however, fell that """S?' STSVSL ^"Tnl. ^ 1 .he was not going too far away tSS2^,lT'i£!!U?i I pm rrurn U.r> Blbl.. S IS InUrh.a* 1 o p m Thr N.w. i come to Barbados for "a ahort i u _"?•? "*** f ' m B "" ,n w holiday as she (Lady Savage) knew that she would l.,;..v T e* %  ZJ BXy£UW L2*& celve a very warm welcome from ^'fjTil&J&JltfrJX Ihe dudes. Why I Brhav*. • to p >., BBC Con.' Lady Savage was then presentMan. ioo v m Th# N It^i a gift after which thi "--. JST^h*** wl*-! from them and they hoped that she would visit them when perItoaamorul Old World Gal ieai gtona PNlll Hn.iuaoO. Hunsaiian Aniallcu* I. — i* Bdllu.-UU. ID IS various reports i md the D, ,, ito^IOArVNOv %  Maaa"*I^'" nSa v..,.it, Tnumphant Guide Coronation celebrr.tions is in w MM II discussed In addition to several —;— — — —r _. matters under general business. "JJ m 7.*'"• *'^* '•-•* r n h ,' '^ s %  • .mil. .. Bervica, 4 18 p m Tlvr nlac* or \ini. Mrs. Williams thanked Ladv mm .i. 4 *s p m Naik-aai luaa. Band Savage for presiding and the FsMivaL 3 oo p m Lmanfra' chotc*. somjidert aave her %  "^->d !nr.iiIi or-if iiaMling in the mouth! Colgate Chlorophyll Toothpaat* in moat cases acts tjuiekiy . acts thoroughly ... and liw pun/yiag action inaX ii.. J iB t l M etl— acid* I bat an a csiata of loolh dacay . actually Ul|> ..•rri ihair torraallnnl CHECKS COMMON GUM DISORDERS! How! The Full Egwefits of c Chlorophyll" Tooti .psste in o New, Exclusive Collate Fomiuio! Now Coliata brnt vou %  mvj--...tkinr clUoropbyll a tlw nntat chUrmphytl lix.Hipia lha: 140 )rara of aiparianco can errata . Colgala Chl.-n.pi.>ll rwihvaatct %  ra CtS'H aUMt Ca Waanl Bart 1.1 tail Natura Ksrrslf BMilw fhlorophvll and puis (I in ail gn*n ptanti w friable. 1 ham In livu and |rW. Jut •catnea muat break do* n ink nilural. hiurophyll Inloo taMblr., iTrtllvaforra 'uWn^aMtuN'rrllorn/s\Whnai—bafura It can halp you •imial bad •watuh, luolb da-y, n gum dasonlera. Tfcst'airl.r ^ iigaii' %  I Sa||| la t.-t-alinf i I^I M impoa.oaH i I i '; ila l'hl u r..ph>ll i "H,wtifxr-'t^ii..IilsvslarIHJUJ rWoi-ph< Itaia in a aaftr, i %  aaaj ftirtn' t'r*w.Mp %  %  • %  > %  i UJarratli i>, j, iaUi | in Ila. vi !h dpi i Ceiiai* I r. (I T.. kptaSa a/iar • %  ling It", ila .pkyU lauthpitu lha lartaat mak-i ..t t; al.iy Anurloasaaa pmduca! Ttin show chlorophyll promolas kaalihv guaa l i aau—. Nra t'olRais C I n.iili>llT'*ilh,iatat'rin(a-. %  i. u aCactJvs twiOBts of cMorufiri>U n brlp you csra for Bora, tender fur— ooa)aaaaM>og The Famous LIBERTY EVENING DRESSES LINEN DRESSES in plain colours TANA DRESSES In Floral Dealgns SUN DRESSES in Agured hand blocked linen BLOUSES of Tyrian and "Golden Bird" Silks The above Dresses specially made by Liberty in their London Shop CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street NEW GREEN TOOTHPASTE Tested and Guarank d bv COLGATE! A MAFFEI JB SUIT YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT i: iinf.ill from Codriniton: rrmpersture : 12.S *F Wind Velocity 9 miles prr hour Barometer (9 a.m.) 2*921 ill ami 29.85 TO-DAT Miiiil.c : 5.58 a.m. RtuMOt 5.54 p.m. Moon i Full November 1 i httai %  'in p to II. h ii. ".. a.m.. '.17 MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. • YOU LOOK YOUR BEST you KI:KI. YOUR BEST AND THE PRICE you PAY IS THE PRICE ITS WORTH TOYS. DOLLS. GAMES. Etc. THAN WE HAVE HAD FOR MANY YEARS. LEAD SOLDIERS AND ANIMALS MECHANICAL TOYS riv kinds DOLLS—All Tvnex and Si'ei PilAMS .nd OO^iARTR HI.USES and FL'RNITURF. TEA SETS, in Plastic eic. BEACH BALLS and SWIM WINGS RATTLES. BALLOONS. GLASS and TINSEL TREK DECORATIONS "APER GAR1.WDS. BELLS AND BALLS, XMAS WRAPPING PAPER. LABELS AND TAPES. XMAS CRACKERS, Many Popular Games. Etc V "">ITR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED PAY US A VISIT AND BRING THE CHILDREN — THEY WILL ENJOY THEMSELVES IN THIS VERITABLE FAIRYLAND OF PLAY THINGS FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES HARRISON'S THE BEST PLACE FOR TOYS Broad St. — Tel. 2352



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ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBA "OS. NOVEMBER 2. 1952 Egypt Sign Pact With Sudanese (§iu$fs U.K. Embassy\Sud&n Free To Choose Staff Quit jSteps For Independence Teheran TEHEKAN. Nov. 1 The British Embassv staff left Teheran today for Irau ;i* British Charge DA (THI res Mr. George Mtddleton refuted to accept .1 m ogoag sj to the British people from Premier Mohammed Mossadegh explaining the rupture of dlplomatie relations. The 1-rge blue encvelope containing Dr. Mossadegh''' message was proffered Mr. Middleton b> Assistant Foreign Mir Hosaein Mcftah as the British official cleared Teheran The British diplomat made no move to accept ft, He said: *i'm sorry, I canpo' take it." Mr Meflah made two more attempts to hand Mr. MiddleUm the nrterage, then gave up He shook hands warmly with him an* .limbed back into hU car to retuiT to the capital with his message %  till undelivered Democrats Aoouaed Of Timid Stand On Eoreign Policy CHICAGO, Nov. I. Eisenhower weary of the enmCAIRO. Nov. 1 QoWWnl released the text of on agieement with Sudanese political leaders in which Egypt pledged that her main interest in the Sudan is to enable the Sudanese to determine their own future. The text satd the Sudan would Fcur Commitlret Four (ommiUees would be set up during home rule 1 %  I I'niiinuttee v.-ould assts. %¡ ovvrnoc General in the exercise of h s discretionary ;.il would superUoitt, the th.rd would "Sudan at" tha administrauon o* the country nnd the fourth would praaarva the framework of the < vfl 'CTice. The agreement provides that electtona In the sud;ui would be direct except l>*..vnii- NEW YOHK North Ann 1 1 N Man" nvinU'i' uv S.ibapn.fnlttae about then .iiicscd as have I*M-I srdlng to a U.N 4 IIAI ll\l. i,. H i h has bean rmployad to tha Secretariat of the World reiteration of Trado Union* In Vlanna. In April 19SS ha r.id a brief visit to ths Watt Indies and ihsn raturaed to Vu'im.1 lie returned to Jamaica towards the end of .'uly N E. The rolarant pxrt of n f of the Etpul-ion of OndeslrablM ' 7 : Md-. 1. fol |l Vail it appear to Ule Oav •rnor Hi.-i it i expedlont for iko preservation of the peace and good ord-t of the Island that any person cosfltng wtUiin wcuon two of U*t Art who the Uovemor haa reimn to believe is ahout to arrlrs or may arrive in thI-land shoald ba orohibited from land.ng ID the Island, tinGotcrnor may. if ha think, tit, mass an expulsion order 'iigmst such person." the mme 1 %  lift reliable IfM Qth 1 e'tmg fool on It N h* Mr Hyron Pru-r. i %  % %  ki louneed the three dia%  nlghl '! 11 (1 10 tha 5< taday on thi I'trtdent al loporti mpi hj the US government li • aaid they wenChe bea' inieresta ol Itv %  1 ,-.1 th Hlfm J Vai. N KI notnk aocuon ol Special projects Division, 1 lert S, hirmm-l. oltlcr ol Oepaitmcnt of Ecoimnii i.i II.cfli'i of Technical 'latloi, Affurt.. relruw ... Aaaflatatta — v.r Britain na an amendment to Ihe istitutfon. %  nd a former RAF. Intelligent tfflcer, have formed an organi 4dld televialon appearance today J. r ';"'" elded against any more aide trips lndepcndent slatu> for lhe Sudlin In the' east except for_an election ( p .. appearance in Boston. All' plans for additional campaign' travel were abandoned in 1 of a nationwide radio television eppeal tu voters from New York tonight. Last night Eisenhower drew Cheers from a Chicago Stadium' audience when he lashed out at the Truman administration, llu•'blindness" in Korea, thr brazenn#*B MI the issue of corruptior and "bungling'' on the gie.r progdeni of the day. Eisenhower was admittedly tired of the road nnd wanted to wind up his campaign chores n soon as possible, but desplb fatigue he seems to be in good apirtts. He showed his election optimism in a speech before monster roily in Chic.-gM Stad um last night. He said "extraordinary thing Is that they — the Opposition—thought that the American people would be so blind, so beaten down by seven years of fair deal misrule, that they would not rise up and demand B change from uunglin of Ihs-M ., change to Kuvernment of honesty, vision and. courage. -But that demand will be .satisfied four days from now". The reception m Chlcafi given Kisenhower was only fair Tiara of empty scats loomed in the balrony of the stadium and behind the speakers Staad. — v.r. Argentina p^^3 S&3SiSS& Wrangles Over ESR. "S..J?"—.*?**Idrhm. I* • high InWUitaM >i.d ,-, %  ,? . I alklaiwl Is. human way •raft and spotting obi Chief French Communist Still In Russia I'ABIS. Nov. I. The Kremlin is reported to have ordered French Communist leader Maurice Thoret to delay his home coming until he Is certain that the French Government will not arrest him. Thorez was to have returned to France from a two-year "rest cure" in Russia within one week. But today "Paris Presse" said the French Communist Pnlitbureau received word of an indcflnltle dp.--* lay. It did not give the source, but previously it has predicted Communist activity reliably. It was claimed that the change came to safeguard Thores's freedom. Government is trying to cancel the P.ir11 amentary immun* it\ of sevi r:il Kcd deputies including acting part) chicft:iin Jaeque" Duclos so they can can he prosecuted (01 cnrnpllcity in plotting igains! the slate's socuritv. — v.r. ban sh avoiding -Mr!.-. Waw York: A man in Worcester. I LONDON Nov 1 ^?S!. ch UB , 1s wno *** S0 doluir I The Manrhc.K-r GuaxdUo K ,:l !! %  .. n %  .i d, *"< '5 lvin charged today that A^n'* — the ip th,t led to the footholds In the Antarctic %  g ained ii bank robber, handed a t Britain's expense were wh;.! Stalemate I*referred To Atomic V^ ar HIB CXCRLLBNCY the Oovernor. Sir Alfred Savage, chat* srttii rather Parkinson at Seoul Headquarter*.. Becalm Road after the An1n.1l Geneial MeeUng of the Island Counril af the local Scout*' Aa^o. ,allon EN HOITTE the pcl arrest the n wife Slni-apare; 1th Stc-. %  N A 1 Mi Stevenson declaring that itinued stalemate" Koraa i;hting was preferable ti iitomlc war. turned his campalgitraln toward home today and tin ftna] three days of pushing hi -Id for the White House. 'i ipoBRlng to a roaring %  %  lag crowd li Broohlyr For four aid isliloriall Korean True** Must Stift •ximnl 11 IJ S Xxrnwn FutureA,ggre88ion x J %J.O /\irmen UNITED NATIONS. NO V I. Missing OKINAWA Japan. Nov. 1 Hatc ue planes, crash boati. helicopters and tugs launched an intensive search for 11 US. airmen missing after their B29 crashed into the East China sea. TJiree cf Ihe Superfort's cri^wmen were plucked out of the storm toxsed waves shortly after th* B29 returning to Okinawa from a bombing raid in North Koces crash landed yesterday. They were in hospital heir. The Superfort wax ditched lu milrs wet of Okinawa shortly after midnight after the pilot radioed that two engines had failed A rescue BIS maintained radio contact with the strWcen. plane and flew directly owe' .1 n< the plane hit the water. -v.r. Nationalist China warned that any Knre.in peace settlement with the Communists mu>t contain safeguards gainst futu:e Red aggiesslon. George K. C. Yeh. Foreign Minister of Chiang Kal stick 1 %  Government, said China was "dubious" concerning the nsjllll of the Korean truce talks. He said his government had been dealing with Chinese Communists for thirty years and had come to understand Red "stalling I Veh told the main political committee that Communists follow the policy of "fight and talk." He warned tha comnuttM that "their lighting is calculated to destroy a material source of on position. Their talking is calculated to destroy the moral s'rengfh of opposition but the ultimai-conclusion remains througi al' * and Sr. ,-nn of troofeal fish. Suecial heatinsf eciuioment has l-oen installed in 'halre "" '" sn that th* ftsh will survive thchanges of temperature 1 Old People Die In Fire IIH.l-SBORO. Missouri Nov. I. Authorities said fire wlvpped through a home for Ihe aged her* killing al least IS eldeily nations, Injuring several more and outing about SO. The victims, all believed to |>e more than 00 years old, and some older than 90 were trapped In the upper Hums of the three-storey nursng home Tht Fire Chief said all were enfeebled or bedridden and the intense heat from the blare prevented rescuer* from reaching them. He said the fire had nearly a 30-minute ulart on the firemen It broke out about 5.45 p.m. vesterdoy when the wiring believed ;. 1 fnultv apparently shortcl on the first fli ind described the relathe two neighbou thll tune Uons betv as "not very cordial" Relat* with Britain were never loo etf" lain so Senor Peron asttng Incl.ned U) bUfnM tVq hmls with one stone |i is worth while remembering that even if the Falklands are best known here to stamp mil is diev m glfg rlai to bout, bad temper—a goo.| deal 1 bad lemper in fact —U.P. policy statements of Dwight It F.iscimowcr. hn. Republican oppo* Arthur Anderson, an nnimal lover from London, will live In n Avlnv Noah's ark. H> is in charge ol that Argentina .-suhlhtied i' *"''' Btevtataon told .1 parii the biggest enrgo of animals ever Antarctic baseSM ico WorU* Wrtr M'hertng that Rl: In Sv the fl.nno-milp trip to Brit1II and refused to rcctgnue Brit••'nieii aln. He Is takirjc with h'm sptcialjlsh poaseasion of the Vatitlands. hen he keep-awake tablets He must feed British claims In the Antarctic In Asia ind enre for the animals all the j.*re based on the Islands and five 1 Asians way. On board the freighter plane bases. will re a crocodile two gibbons. —.,-.,-, •wo l-flboons. four Java monkevs.1 The Manehrater Guardian said 13 souirrels, 15Q terrapin. SlW Senor I'eron was tiuanelling mitre tralhn Arches. *'"' 'rugua> llian adtti MnL.ir nil,user revueresuiK-nl Isolationism' uggesutd that %  neant "Asians again: Ith the United Stale backing lhe foici Stevenson held that >u, l. ., . u "recklessly gambled" with United S' it. •. it Hat .ihroad. mson's aides, thou t iei.,1 %  :> %  cheered by large tumults c7.A. TROOPS LAUNCH BIG DAYLIGHT RAID Governor At Farewell Scout Rally large assembly of Seouteis. Cuba gathered at a then Haadquartera, and bade farewell to His ExcelUncv th, v Alfred savage. Ki li.G Chief Scout of the Island who leaves the island r %  %  1., Liking up Ms duttei a* %  ilef cd British l.mana After Ihe Rally, His Excellenev the last time over thr *nnuf (.eneral Meeting of the huh he \\ 'is Chairman .1 Ihu maeting. His Excellenev i'ilh .IF; Andreav ire l.ocal skagajt Assoclatinn be Mi R I. Tucker. Vire-Pieaidei,: tbs Aaaoclatlon Th read: — To HIS KXCKI.l£NCY SIR ALFRED WILLIAM 1.UNGI.F.V SAVAGF. KCM.G, ruin SC()UT tr" MARBAIXiS. thi 1 I' '•' %  •" "' lhe Island Conn %  I of the H.niwidns Branch of the \ < Khun, address %  uisclves on the occ.isioii al Youi I xeellencvprmnntion from the p i'' Barbados to that "f Ihitish Guiana, In order to convey lo you our gratitude fm your : upport of our Movement here as I 1 Chief BeouL This. Sir. is no rompliment dth mu< BBOUU Not 1 TANK supported Allied infantiymen kilk-d 01 wound• C mmunlgls In •• dgjing tUtylicht raid 01 tht 'veslein tm\| H,S Srulh Kure.m imops laiuicheil ,1 savaqc assault attains! Red DgJdndtn on tht gfflbottli %  ani^li* Hill iL.tui Nation.uoopa launched l 1 lightning atinck on Clttm hoi.ling me hill Saihou River, south Ol Pal \iMiii l>f. k Mi.l..nl %  if 10m just ifore noon Thay caught t^.lll. I reHiUt'lll \f\ coninumista oafnplotots Badcn-powell a' I lOsW scout function Yuui able and im* artial chairmanship of our Island i-ihi\ conferences ionei and vour Bcoul ..'.iviijeL %  "-1 %  %  -,i la %  1 Bcontcn and We ,haii graauj PUSS fru'i-lship and wise counsel, proud to know that vou Movement still, and It .m paie J Hbn 11. A. Cuke, Ml.c was yenterday 1 •appointed 1 or the local Boy Seoul* Association al their Annual < kftM 1 l Moating or the bland Counefl vrhli h sraa pm Ida I ovoi b) His the Oovernoi lu Alfied Savoge. .. uag ..( iin%  1-. ii ban ra UM departura ol HI Ksn Itam for the Uniled prkn to laklng up his Guiana REDS PROTEST PANMHNJOM. Nov L North Korean General. Nam II. liii.-f Communist truce delegate Saturday accused the U.N of "bloody war crimes" and mass minder" in registering one of his ag.unM alLged %  prisoner Brooklyn odmlttedl, concerned about the c.ni!hiate's fate in hiaf Illinois. AlthuuKu ftavi tarried the state by a 57101 IT .. itv in his aw • lr J. I Br< ms %  trace f..i Qovornoi varlou ... en in Hitlab -1 tin urei ..... %  %  In lhe battle for electoral voles. Stevenson alUi elghtoen houi lapse In campaigning while h hMped bring an end to |h prison riot in Menard. Illinois litM'd out his nnai aaati last night with three rpeeches In New York, one of them an appearance .,; tiie I ,. additional "Friday bo] acted wars, MI Vici Pr Hon Ba> ratal 1 Hull Tle.iSThc Coinmuiu-l*. codfued*dB'3| |\..,...a,, %  *" .a--. aPUSrti" dated by the I M'lHin l.UlIlII Chief from the hill and left an • %  mj ^•o HJSUallh lehind The Allied; Mr. C. H C Springer. Scout raiding port] t'.n returnori to n ''"mnihstinner f<;r Training was own I ins rtfoy aftarnoon preaenled by The 1.11,1 ...MI. In UsS -ame .11*11 Hli Exceltenrv the Governor with WtMri twr. bottOUMM >l ChUu • '"' Honoutahle Charge as Asslsr> put) 1 mn Chief. %  '. (heir urtii on.1' 1 nrlillery hit foUI U.W %  %  ',1 previous mgiit. AH ad trooo .1 . 1 %  ,. nese in hand Id h drovi 1.1 Dmmlttaa Ha IMI Rapubbe ol K h< island (antrymen foughi -pi Mrs. Hut son also received a Warrant authorising hei appolnlDl AsSJHonl Island Commltlloner for Wolf Cubs in Barbados Mi 1. Harrison received a warrant .>* Assistant Commlsioner for St Mihael East of the %  Ai. 1 oj 11. ihados era ..1 ,, ipnotBtod. 1 1 1 paad tribute lo MJ H.U1 was also Treasi.\.. General Nam specifically protested to Leut-General William Harrison. SSnlOf U N negi.ti.itor alt the dOOth of two Conitminist prisoners ana the wounding of 178 at Koje and Cheju islam*' -hiB week Gen. Nam's protest contalning most of thiold stock of Cornphrases as well as several The interior waa a mass of I raw ones, was made in a letter flames when the first tlre-tlghunglhanded over al a brief lanison unit arrived.— U.P. Officer* meeting —I*.P. Barbados Guides Bid Lady Savage Goodbye MMtlaC rally in ihf Brooklyn kfjmt "( Mu-iv —1 :r. Bright Note For Sugar Prisoners Back In Cells 1 -1 tUancj aaao proaa u tad t-.r inter-troop coin pet iHe*he| TiiH.p was pre•vlUi HnShield for Sport; „1I Tim ... ith the SnioM Si.ml lyna with the trophv for %  mi Kttlari m 'K iidii 1 %  % %  boxing vn t i,. Bcoul aith UM m .,. UM) n hmg AUIad i leffi %  Wllllami Sigmilmg Flag. attack carried oul l>% 1 Y M C A with the trophy regain the sti lb (irak Iron 1 UM Contfl 1 1. g roperti Uv South Kara . lot |y but gtl ily up tl r*n Ci>rmpondanl> products |M3 -.: "MilVIM, A UtVT %  ol I 'MMl'S OHIO. Nov 1 H> mnan ini u roaming mob I 2 120 %  almost •1,000,000 damage in • lgh| hotiri "f rtoting .ii Ohio' • % %  penll bock In ttieii ,. II, today. til '< %  I'lMlWII .. ualtles resulting from the r.m in LONDON Nov I i A bright note is gtrueh in the "' "" SelOto river across from latest estimate of world gugai [mid-limn Columbus A state ( figures for the aaasou n** 1 ^ not *"' 53 published today bl R" nr, < who muCaarnlkowi itiry ho u n %  .. although world production is ex""' -'"'""'v miurrtl Tsro pa> „,.,,,. lab 1 %  Uj hurt by shot-, 01, tt IDUOOH in..t,,,| It WM 1^30 a.m today be-| figures qUOtOd n 1S52 -S3 ire 35.fil3.0'MI tons con LADY SAVACJE. President of the Girl Guides Asaocu.5^*12 moni?. 7 000 "" n-UsU^iulraS lion, presuli'd nver the Annual General Meetine of tht Biggest increase among Rn n '' *' u '" ^tl^< ' n Association ut the Guides headquarters. Pax Hill yestor-1producers comes fn.n ,iut rven tnen lh y dav afternoon when over 100 Guiders attended. (where BOO.000 tons an mpoctad -mahed windows and Uw UP Mrs. E. B. Williams. Island Com!" mpar*d with 720,000 for 1951-i th( [ mlasioner. on behalf of the guidia. | 5 2. j presented Ij-dy Savage with a BrttUh Guiana. the British sift a paper knife made of tor, West Indies, South Africa, Fiji, tolse shell with UM gulda trefoil Mauritius and Briti I l., I at the top and the word Barbados I Africa are nil stated to l.e antieiI inscribed on It paling smalloi increases. i Opening the meeting, l-idy SBVI Actual figures u, each area I i age said: W1U1 Ihe 19S2—S3 totals nvi-r "it 1indeed a pleasure to us to! first and th P figure for thr an have so many of the f.uidc Move. 1 vious 12 month* in I.inn. mci-t with us today and I thank ai follows: British Guiana 250,000 you sincerely for youi .ittendance. J tons (223.000) British W. %  "We are very happy to have Indies BR5.U00 tons (SSI 000) I fe jrc H drowned Salurdn. Mr. Williams and Batty back with 8auth Africa 535.000 tons .475.£,h, ,\\x ". k and again, and we do hope they; bad 000) Fm 130OM ton. (110,00) ',"?,, , ,,,^ f Lf ..-.%  uioi %  .... K,,, say D an n 1 if panicky passengers leap* muters listed ,i mis-itv ilear gas sheila were fired Into til hloi gg Two Feared Drowned Tt RIO DK JANFIHd. ROs perscn^ wen* miai i do hope they hud t 000) 1 very enjoyable leave 111 England. Ma' I-ADV SAVAGE, srtfa af III. Escellancy the Oorsmor. receives a gift from Mrs. B Island CamaUasionar for Oiudes. on behalf of the Golds, of Barbados. The presantaUoi at Fax Kill yesterday afternoon I Willlan took plai sure they did. and have rome back full of health and vigour tu carry on their work "Last February, the Ourdf Movement in Barbados, with tl* rest of th*" Commonwealth and Empiri. miiurnM the loss of our lM/>ved King for he set us a wonderful example of courai %  ance. kindliness and dot duty Our young Quean 1* herself a member of this great movement and she can. indeed, be assured of our love and of our l--yalty Regret "I regret, more than I can ex%  fact that this will be UM last meeting of the Association of Barbados 1 which I "hall atteo-i .ur craft I eli ft! %  .-irfi eir's Cubiin figure 7,110,— I 1' DUCHESS OlKEN; : GOES TO SINGAPORE BOHC KOMa Mos 1 The Dm hi 1 ol Kant 1 ling British possessions ui -outhroooy. 40 wife of mM AM., ktfl Hong Kong fni died on Singapore Saturday after % %  Aw .it their home of cm following a major abDui peration. qnofTk'tally for — v.r. I -tr "Jhc Wins 0$ all Jims" liing Crosby'* Wife Ik ad • .1 ITOHNIA. Nov. 1


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ESTABLISHED 1895
BARBA "OS. NOVEMBER 2. 1952
Egypt Sign Pact With Sudanese (iu$fs
U.K. Embassy\Sud&n Free To Choose
Staff Quit jSteps For Independence
Teheran
TEHEKAN. Nov. 1
The British Embassv staff left
Teheran today for Irau ;i* British
Charge DA (Thi res Mr. George
Mtddleton refuted to accept .1
mogoagsj' to the British people from
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
explaining the rupture of dlplo-
matie relations.
The 1-rge blue encvelope con-
taining Dr. Mossadegh''' message
was proffered Mr. Middleton b>
Assistant Foreign Mir
Hosaein Mcftah as the British
official cleared Teheran The Brit-
ish diplomat made no move to
accept ft,
He said: *i'm sorry, I canpo'
take it."
Mr Meflah made two more at-
tempts to hand Mr. MiddleUm the
nrterage, then gave up He shook
hands warmly with him an*
.limbed back into hU car to retuiT
to the capital with his message
till undelivered
Democrats Aoouaed
Of Timid Stand
On Eoreign Policy
CHICAGO, Nov. I.
Eisenhower weary of the enm-
CAIRO. Nov. 1
QoWWnl released the text of on agieement with
Sudanese political leaders in which Egypt pledged that
her main interest in the Sudan is to enable the Sudanese
to determine their own future.
The text satd the Sudan would
Fcur Commitlret
Four (ommiUees would be set
up during home rule
1 I I'niiinuttee v.-ould assts.
?ovvrnoc General in
the exercise of h s discretionary
;.il would super-
Uoitt, the th.rd would
"Sudan at" tha administrauon o*
the country nnd the fourth would
praaarva the framework of the
< vfl 'CTice.
The agreement provides that
electtona In the sud;ui would be
direct except
l>*..vnii- t'rum Ml Ouarh-r.*:
Free Tea Bui
No Scotch On
Isle Of Skve
New
V cLeu,
tii. lala
Vert:
1 Is in .
of Skvi
able to choose whether to pro-
claim its independence from Egypt.!
any other country, or:
nttaeh it-elf to Egypt which'
premised to respert whatevei de-
the Sudanese lake.
The agieement. sUpUlatOd that
ttH BuadaoaM would have a
.f three years of
hem ruh '.uiting not later than
the end of this year, and ending
"an the end or 195% In
\i< '.o |.r maps themselves to ex-
ercise yell determination. .
fc- Clan eh.rf Flora
<-ni i to see that
gets It* quota of
t. She loldly
1 very MacLeod who
Itt Hi- bla of Skyc free tea
Dunvegan Castle. She onl\
regrets, times being what the
SfO, that Uwra will not he a drop
of Scot.I
Adelaide: BnmaOng slppj obtrusively into thP Customs head
office at Port Adelaide and left
a urn ill pateel on the front 1
. . tcr. Customs offletals got a shock
southern S tncy l*nrd 'he parcel and
Unprn found bundles of 5 and 10
The two parlies to the agree-1 i^l0^1!?" , ,S08***?** l
Mr. Ferdinand
Kir.illi iiuaned
ConssquMi upon inform*
Uou al at* aaunsul Hi- Excel
leney tke Oovecasr. in ever
clas of the powers conferred
on kin under section S of the
Kxpn.-i .t. ol Undaalrablt*
Act. l27. has prohibited the
entry into Baxeadea of Mr.
Ferdinand Smith It 1. not
considered, to be in the pub
lie interest to publish that In
format Inn
Mr. Smith waa born In Ja
maica In 1B9J and baa head
sntWde tha West India- ft m
jvar years Since August
3 Fired
From U.N.
Stall
t'HITXD NAT1. N->
NEW YOHK
North Ann 1 1 N
Man" nvinU'i'
uv S.ib-
apn.fnlttae about then .iiicscd
as have i*m-i
srdlng to a U.N
4 IIAI ll\l.
i,.Hi
h has bean rmployad to
tha Secretariat of the World
reiteration of Trado Union* In
Vlanna. In April 19SS ha r.id
a brief visit to ths Watt In-
dies and ihsn raturaed to
Vu'im.1 lie returned to Ja-
maica towards the end of
.'uly
N E. The rolarant pxrt of
n f of the Etpul-
-ion of OndeslrablM
' 7 : Md-. 1. fol
|l Va-
il it appear to Ule Oav
rnor Hi.-i it i expedlont
for iko preservation of the
peace and good ord-t of the
Island that any person cosfl-
tng wtUiin wcuon two of
U*t Art who the Uovemor
haa reimn to believe is
ahout to arrlrs or may ar-
rive in th- I-land shoald ba
orohibited from land.ng Id
the Island, tin- Gotcrnor
may. if ha think, tit, mass
an expulsion order 'iigmst
such person."
the mme
1
li-
ft reliable
IfM Qth
1
e'tmg fool on It N h*
Mr Hyron Pru-r. i


ki louneed the three dia-
nlghl '!
11 (1 10 tha 5<
taday on thi
I'trtdent al loporti mpi
hj the US government
li aaid they wen-
Che bea' inieresta ol Itv
1 ,-.1 th ,
Hlfm J Vai.
N ki notnk aocuon ol
Special projects Division, 1
lert S, hirmm-l. oltlcr ol
Oepaitmcnt of Ecoimnii
i.i II.-

cfli'i of Technical
'latloi,
Affurt..
relruw ...
Aaaflatatta
v.r
Britain na an amendment to Ihe
istitutfon.
nd a former RAF. Intelligent
tfflcer, have formed an organi
4dld televialon appearance today J.r';"'"
elded against any more aide trips lndepcndent slatu> for lhe Sudlin.
In the' east except for_an election __(. p
.. appearance in Boston. All'
plans for additional campaign'
travel were abandoned in 1
of a nationwide radio television
eppeal tu voters from New York
tonight.
Last night Eisenhower drew _
Cheers from a Chicago Stadium'
audience when he lashed out at
the Truman administration, llu-
'blindness" in Korea, thr brazen-
n#*B mi the issue of corruptior
and "bungling'' on the gie.r
progdeni of the day.
Eisenhower was admittedly
tired of the road nnd wanted to
wind up his campaign chores n
soon as possible, but desplb
fatigue he seems to be in good
apirtts. He showed his election
optimism in a speech before
monster roily in Chic.-gM Stad -
um last night. He said
"extraordinary thing Is that
they the Oppositionthought
that the American people would
be so blind, so beaten down by
seven years of fair deal misrule,
that they would not rise up and
demand B change from uunglin
of Ihs-M ., change to .
Kuvernment of honesty, vision
and. courage. -But that demand
will be .satisfied four days from
now". The reception m Chlcafi
given Kisenhower was only fair
Tiara of empty scats loomed in the
balrony of the stadium and be-
hind the speakers Staad.
v.r.
Argentina
p^^3 S&3SiSS& Wrangles Over
ESR. "S..J?".*?**Idrhm. I* high InWUitaM >i.d ,-,,? .
I alklaiwl Is.
human way
raft and spotting ob- i
Chief French
Communist
Still In Russia
I'ABIS. Nov. I.
The Kremlin is reported to have
ordered French Communist lead-
er Maurice Thoret to delay his
home coming until he Is certain
that the French Government will
not arrest him. Thorez was to
have returned to France from a
two-year "rest cure" in Russia
within one week.
But today "Paris Presse" said
the French Communist Pnlitbureau
received word of an indcflnltle dp.--*
lay. It did not give the source, but
previously it has predicted Com-
munist activity reliably.
It was claimed that the change
came to safeguard Thores's free-
dom. Government is trying to
cancel the P.ir11 amentary immun*
it\ of sevi r:il Kcd deputies includ-
ing acting part) chicft:iin Jaeque"
Duclos so they can can he prose-
cuted (01 cnrnpllcity in plotting
igains! the slate's socuritv.
v.r.
ban sh
avoiding
-Mr!.-.
Waw York: A man in Worcester. I LONDON Nov 1
^?S!.ch.UB*,,1s. wno *** S0 doluir I The Manrhc.K-r GuaxdUo
K,:l!!..n.id, *"< '5 lvin charged today that A^n'*
the ip th,t led to the footholds In the Antarcticgained
ii bank robber, handed at Britain's expense were wh;.!
Stalemate
I*referred To
Atomic V^ ar
HIB CXCRLLBNCY the Oovernor. Sir Alfred Savage, chat* srttii
rather Parkinson at Seoul Headquarter*.. Becalm Road after the
An1n.1l Geneial MeeUng of the Island Counril af the local Scout*'
Aa^o. ,allon
EN HOITTE
the pcl
arrest
the n
wife
Slni-apare;
1th Stc-.
N A 1
Mi Stevenson declaring that
".....itinued stalemate"
Koraa i;hting was preferable ti
iitomlc war. turned his campalgi-
traln toward home today and tin
ftna] three days of pushing hi
-Id for the White House.
'i ipoBRlng to a roaring
lag crowd li Broohlyr
For four
aid isliloriall
Korean True**
Must Stift ximnl
11 IJ S Xxrnwn FutureA,ggre88ion
x j %j.o /\irmen united nations. noV. i.
Missing
- OKINAWA Japan. Nov. 1
Hatcue planes, crash boati. hel-
icopters and tugs launched an
intensive search for 11 US. air-
men missing after their B29
crashed into the East China sea.
TJiree cf Ihe Superfort's cri^w-
men were plucked out of the
storm toxsed waves shortly after
th* B29 returning to Okinawa
from a bombing raid in North
Koces crash landed yesterday.
They were in hospital heir.
The Superfort wax ditched lu
milrs wet of Okinawa shortly
after midnight after the pilot
radioed that two engines had
failed A rescue BIS maintain-
ed radio contact with the
strWcen. plane and flew directly
owe' .1 n< the plane hit the water.
-v.r.
Nationalist China warned that
any Knre.in peace settlement with
the Communists mu>t contain
safeguards gainst futu:e Red ag-
giesslon.
George K. C. Yeh. Foreign
Minister of Chiang Kal stick1
Government, said China was
"dubious" concerning the nsjllll of
the Korean truce talks. He said
his government had been dealing
with Chinese Communists for
thirty years and had come to un-
derstand Red "stalling I
Veh told the main political com-
mittee that Communists follow the
policy of "fight and talk."
He warned tha comnuttM that
"their lighting is calculated to
destroy a material source of on
position. Their talking is calcu-
lated to destroy the moral s'rengfh
of opposition but the ultimai-con-
clusion remains througi al' and all fights the same."
l\P.
rr-ows- _
im r*-ro>* and Sr. ,-nn of troof-
eal fish. Suecial heatinsf eciuio-
ment has l-oen installed in 'h-
alre""'" sn that th* ftsh will sur-
vive th- changes of temperature
1 Old People
Die In Fire
IIH.l-SBORO. Missouri Nov. I.
Authorities said fire wlvpped
through a home for Ihe aged her*
killing al least IS eldeily nat-
ions, Injuring several more and
outing about SO. The victims, all
believed to |>e more than 00 years
old, and some older than 90 were
trapped In the upper Hums of the
three-storey nursng home Tht
Fire Chief said all were enfeebled
or bedridden and the intense heat
from the blare prevented rescuer*
from reaching them.
He said the fire had nearly a
30-minute ulart on the firemen
It broke out about 5.45 p.m. ves-
terdoy when the wiring believed
;. 1 fnultv apparently shortcl on
the first fli
ind described the rela-
the two neighbou
thll tune
Uons betv
as "not very cordial" Relat*
with Britain were never loo etf"
lain so Senor Peron asttng In-
cl.ned U) bUfnM tVq hmls with one
stone |i is worth while remember-
ing that even if the Falklands are
best known here to stamp mil
- is diev m glfg rlai to bout,
bad tempera goo.| deal 1 bad
lemper in fact U.P.
policy statements of Dwight It
F.iscimowcr. hn. Republican oppo*
Arthur Anderson, an nnimal lover
from London, will live In n Avlnv ,
Noah's ark. H> is in charge ol that Argentina .-suhlhtied i' *"''' Btevtataon told .1 parii
the biggest enrgo of animals ever Antarctic base- SMico WorU* Wrtr M'hertng that Rl:
In Sv the fl.nno-milp trip to Brit- 1II and refused to rcctgnue Brit- 'nieii
aln. He Is takirjc with h'm sptcialjlsh poaseasion of the Vatitlands. hen he
keep-awake tablets He must feed British claims In the Antarctic In Asia
ind enre for the animals all the j.*re based on the Islands and five1 Asians
way. On board the freighter plane bases.
will re a crocodile two gibbons. .,-.,-,
wo l-flboons. four Java monkevs.1 The Manehrater Guardian said
13 souirrels, 15Q terrapin. SlW Senor I'eron was tiuanelling mitre
tralhn Arches. *'"' 'rugua> llian adtti MnL.ir
nil,user revue-
resuiK-nl Isolationism'
uggesutd that
neant "Asians again:
Ith the United Stale
backing lhe foici
Stevenson held that >u, l. ., u ,
"recklessly gambled" with United
S' it. . it Hat .ihroad.
mson's aides, thou
t iei.,1 :> cheered by large tum-
ults
c7.A. TROOPS LAUNCH
BIG DAYLIGHT RAID
Governor
At Farewell
Scout Rally
large assembly of Seouteis.
' Cuba gathered at a
then Haadquartera,
and bade farewell to His Excel-
Uncv th, v Alfred
savage. Ki li.G Chief Scout of
the Island who leaves the island
. r 1., .
Liking up Ms duttei a*
- ilef cd Brit-
ish l.mana
After Ihe Rally, His Excellenev
' the last time over thr
*nnuf (.eneral Meeting of the
huh he
\\ 'is Chairman
.1 Ihu maeting. His Excellenev
i'ilh .if; Andreav
.....
ire l.ocal skagajt Assoclatinn be
Mi R I. Tucker. Vire-Pieaidei,:
tbs Aaaoclatlon Th
read:
To HIS KXCKI.lNCY SIR
ALFRED WILLIAM 1.UNGI.F.V
SAVAGF. KCM.G, ruin
SC()UT tr" MARBAIXiS. thi
1 I'......'' " "' lhe Island Conn
I of the H.niwidns Branch of the
\ < Khun, address
uisclves on the occ.isioii al Youi
I xeellencv- prmnntion from the
p i'' Barbados to that
"f Ihitish Guiana, In order to con-
vey lo you our gratitude fm your
: upport of our Movement here as
I 1 Chief BeouL This. Sir. is no
rompliment
dth mu<
BBOUU Not 1
TANK supported Allied infantiymen kilk-d 01 wound-
C mmunlgls In dgjing tUtylicht raid 01
tht 'veslein tm\| h,s Srulh Kure.m imops laiuicheil ,1
savaqc assault attains! Red DgJdndtn on tht gfflbottli '
ani^li* Hill
iL.tui Nation.- uoopa launched
l 1 lightning atinck on Clttm
hoi.ling me hill
Saihou River, south Ol Pal
\iMiii l>f.kMi.l..nl * if 10m just ifore noon Thay caught
t^.lll. I reHiUt'lll \f\ coninumista oafnplotots II a a moving around .r. the .-i- i, \| A s a. *, o ; rt,K_
aOCU aCOUU .'Vrtrt II ,,,r l* Huur blasletl UM R) fflsTsVlalV laapnaUfT
with rtftea. machine guns ,m \\< \ a a
ami tank Hr*. ASSIHUUll
Hon. II. \. (uk<
.. out
nil! with much pleas-
Your Exiclleney taking the
kOUt Prondaa and receiving lh-
vestiture as a Scout M the hands
f I-d> Badcn-powell a' I lOsW
scout function Yuui able and im-
* artial chairmanship of our Island
i-ihi\ conferences
ionei and vour
Bcoul ..'.iviije-
- L "-1
-,i la 1 Bcontcn and
We ,haii graauj puss
fru'i-lship and wise counsel,
proud to know that vou
Movement still, and It
* .m paie J
Hbn 11. A. Cuke, Ml.c was
yenterday 1 appointed 1
or the local Boy Seoul* Associa-
tion al their Annual < kftM 1 l
Moating or the bland Counefl
vrhli h sraa pm Ida I ovoi b) His
the Oovernoi lu
Alfied Savoge.
.. uag ..( iin-
1-. ii ban ra UM departura ol
HI Ksn Itam for the Uniled
prkn to laklng up his
Guiana
REDS PROTEST
PANMHNJOM. Nov L
North Korean General. Nam II.
liii.-f Communist truce delegate
Saturday accused the U.N of
"bloody war crimes" and mass
minder" in registering one of his
ag.unM alLged
prisoner .
Brooklyn odmlttedl,
concerned about the
c.ni!hiate's fate in hi-
af Illinois. AlthuuKu ftavi
tarried the state by a 57101
it .. itv in his aw lr J. I Br< ms
t- race f..i Qovornoi varlou
... en in Hit- lab -1 tin urei
..... ,
In lhe battle for
electoral voles.
Stevenson alUi elghtoen houi
lapse In campaigning while h
hMped bring an end to |h
prison riot in Menard. Illinois
litM'd out his nnai aaati
last night with three rpeeches In
New York, one of them an
appearance .,; tiie I ,.
additional "Friday bo]
acted wars, mi
Vici Pr
Hon Ba> ratal 1
Hull Tle.iS-
Thc Coinmuiu-l*. codfued*dB'3| |\..,...a,, *",.a--. aPUSrti"
dated by the ..... I M'lHin l.UlIlII Chief
from the hill and left an ' mj
^o HJSUallh lehind The Allied; Mr. C. H C Springer. Scout
raiding port] t'.n returnori to n ''"mnihstinner f<;r Training was
own I ins rtfoy aftarnoon preaenled by
The 1.11,1 ...mi. In UsS -ame .11*11 Hli Exceltenrv the Governor with
WtMri twr. bottOUMM >l ChUu '"' Honoutahle Charge as Assls-
r> put) 1 mn Chief.
'. (heir urtii on.1' 1
nrlillery hit foUI U.W
',1 previous mgiit.
ah ad trooo .1 .
. 1 ,.
nese in hand Id h
drovi "
1.1 Dmmlttaa Ha imi Rapubbe ol k
h< island (antrymen foughi -- pi
Mrs. Hut son also received a
Warrant authorising hei appolnl-
Dl AsSJHonl Island Commlt-
lloner for Wolf Cubs in Barba-
dos Mi 1. Harrison received a
warrant .>* Assistant Commls-
ioner for St Mihael East of the
Ai. 1 oj 11. ihados
era ..1 ,, ipnotBtod.
1 1 1 paad tribute lo
Mj H.u-
1
was also Treas-
i.\..
General Nam specifically pro-
tested to Leut-General William
Harrison. SSnlOf U N negi.ti.itor
alt the dOOth of two Conitminist
prisoners ana the wounding of 178
at Koje and Cheju islam*' -hiB
week Gen. Nam's protest contaln-
ing most of thi- old stock of Corn-
phrases as well as several
The interior waa a mass of I raw ones, was made in a letter
flames when the first tlre-tlghunglhanded over al a brief lanison
unit arrived. U.P. Officer* meeting I*.P.
Barbados Guides Bid
Lady Savage Goodbye
MMtlaC rally in ihf Brooklyn
kfjmt "( Mu-iv
1 :r.
Bright Note
For Sugar
Prisoners
Back In Cells
1 -1 tUancj aaao proaautad
t-.r inter-troop coin pet i-
He*he| TiiH.p was pre-
vlUi Hn- Shield for Sport;
1- I Tim ... ith the SnioM
Si.ml
lyna with the trophv for
mi Kttlari m 'K iidii 1 boxing vn t i,. Bcoul aith UM
m.,. um) n hmg AUIad i leffi Wllllami Sigmilmg Flag.
attack carried oul l>% 1 Y M C A with the trophy
regain the sti lb
(irak Iron 1 UM Contfl 1
1. g roperti Uv South Kara
. lot |y but gtl
ily up tl .
r*n Ci>rmpondanl>
products
|M3 -.:
"MilVIM, A UtVT
ol I'MMl'S OHIO. Nov 1
H> mnan ini u roaming mob
I 2 120
almost 1,000,000 damage in
lgh| hotiri "f rtoting .ii Ohio'
. penll bock In
ttieii ,. II, today.
til '< I'lMlWII .. -
ualtles resulting from the r.m in
LONDON Nov I i
A bright note is gtrueh in the "' "" SelOto river across from
latest estimate of world gugai [mid-limn Columbus A state(
figures for the aaasou n**1 ^not *"'
53 published today bl R"nr,< who mu-
Caarnlkowi itiry ho u n ..
although world production is ex- ""' -'"'""'v miurrtl Tsro pa>
,.,,,. lab 1 Uj hurt by shot-,
01, tt IDUOOH in- ..t,,,| It wm 1^30 a.m today be-|
figures qUOtOd n
1S52 -S3 ire 35.fil3.0'MI tons con
LADY SAVACJE. President of the Girl Guides Asaocu.- 5^*12 moni?.7'000 "" n-UsU^iulraS
lion, presuli'd nver the Annual General Meetine of tht Biggest increase among Rn n '' *'u' '" ^tl^<', 'n',
Association ut the Guides headquarters. Pax Hill yestor-1producers comes fn.n ,iut rven tnen lh'y
dav afternoon when over 100 Guiders attended. (where BOO.000 tons an mpoctad -mahed windows and Uw up
-----------------------------------Mrs. E. B. Williams. Island Com- mpar*d with 720,000 for 1951-ith(
[ mlasioner. on behalf of the guidia. | 52.
j presented Ij-dy Savage with a BrttUh Guiana. the British
sift a paper knife made of tor- West Indies, South Africa, Fiji,
! tolse shell with UM gulda trefoil Mauritius and Briti I l.,
I at the top and the word Barbados I Africa are nil stated to l.e antiei- I
' inscribed on It paling smalloi increases.
i Opening the meeting, l-idy Sbv-I Actual figures u, each area I
i age said: W1U1 Ihe 19S2S3 totals nvi-r
"it 1- indeed a pleasure to us to! first and thP figure for thr an -
have so many of the f.uidc Move. 1 vious 12 month* in I.inn.
mci-t with us today and I thank ai follows: British Guiana 250,000
you sincerely for youi .ittendance. J tons (223.000) British W.
"We are very happy to have Indies BR5.U00 tons (SSI 000) I fejrcH drowned Salurdn. '
Mr. Williams and Batty back with 8auth Africa 535.000 tons .475.- - ,h,- ,\\x". k and
again, and we do hope they; bad 000) Fm 130OM ton. (110,00) ',"?,, ,,,^f Lf
..-.- uioi .... k,,, say D an n 1
if panicky passengers leap*
muters listed ,i mis-itv
ilear gas sheila were fired Into
til hloi gg
Two Feared
Drowned
Tt
RIO DK JANFIHd. ROs
perscn^ wen* miai
i do hope they hud t 000) -
1 very enjoyable leave 111 England. Ma'
I-ADV SAVAGE, srtfa af III. Escellancy the Oorsmor. receives a gift from Mrs. B
Island CamaUasionar for Oiudes. on behalf of the Golds, of Barbados. The presantaUoi
at Fax Kill yesterday afternoon
I Willlan
took plai
sure they did. and have
rome back full of health and vig-
our tu carry on their work
"Last February, the Ourdf
Movement in Barbados, with tl*
rest of th*" Commonwealth and
Empiri. miiurnM the loss of our
lM/>ved King for he set us a won-
derful example of courai
ance. kindliness and dot
duty Our young Quean 1* her-
self a member of this great move-
ment and she can. indeed, be as-
sured of our love and of our l--y-
alty
Regret
"I regret, more than I can ex-
fact that this will be
. Um last meeting of the
' Association of Barbados 1
, which I "hall atteo-i on page IS
tan.noo u.ns < 475.000 r
British East Africa
.73 000).
Cu
Hll.Oun I g|
iucers with 5.070.000 tons. I^ast *"**' F l.-nl>.ur craft
I
eli
ft!

.-irfi
eir's Cubiin figure
7,110,-
I 1'
DUCHESS Ol- KEN;
: GOES TO SINGAPORE
BOHC KOMa Mos 1
The Dm hi 1 ol Kant 1
ling British possessions ui -outh-
roooy. 40 wife of mM Am., ktfl Hong Kong fni
died on Singapore Saturday after Aw
.it their home of cm
following a major ab- Dui
peration. qnofTk'tally for
v.r. I -tr
"Jhc Wins 0$ all Jims"
liing Crosby'*
Wife Ik ad
.1 ITOHNIA. Nov. 1


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ftA\ sum Mill II - 13.-.2
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Shnp mmrtff /or Xmm&**
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LASVl Hill ftlMOl
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VOU GET THE B\ i; v s: loiTINC F.AN1Y at
J.I). I. SPECIAL Hi M

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JOII.\ II. IA.I OK A M>.\S MW. j
< ' DM 1.134.
<*eeooeo**eo*ae*'o.
m -nd IMi o> lauB.r.1.

in quial iriooahi v.
nm dlffi ml M..i.. utr oiual wl
. and r "' '
RrrkxaiR : ( oiiomik
ilJkrai dun mi Im..
I anjo
Ihr
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the ( of Lady


nMd foi pro* in ahio-
utng CftclllUM I
i
'I prices
I
Recommrnilr.ti.mil of tl
ii are bemt i
tiles ib-

fnlnrir* C.ainmtU*iuner
Ki-tnrn*
SIR BRftOL DOfl
'
,er who
I
ppolntod by the
nifnt to make en .
salartei of the ( I I
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BOOKER'S"
Vmir I ,ml|. Ilart
BKOAD STI1H riNGS (ALPHA PIIAHMAiY
TIME AGAIN ^
FOR THE ^)^
A K.30 I' M
Its Tl (i i
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&
MUSIC BY CURWIN
TUN AND GAMES '
DON'T MISS IT I
DANCE & SUPPER $1.00
lfVe mode it just for fun ...
rand laughter!
Alliance Francuiit de la Barbadc
in msorialioii with
Till: IIAKIIAIIOS riKIHAI. SOCIETY &
TIIK CAMBO MUSIC (T.UB
DANIEL ERICOURT
Grand Pianoforte Recital
CLIFTON |U GINGER
WEBB S% ROGEBS
Dreamboat
CJJT THIS OUT
lu Youi G Ai (.i iibi:
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nil tMH k iMium oos
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2 DAYS ONI V Ai t if v ^ H;tl(
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iis vmi u tin i s
I
WrtlKIK :l I. mi. i
jWHWl-M>N In r1l.appolnti.il
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i^l.U, .v,,. Ink. all In rln* Uld*
>"' I UMI l: i .......I-I K
.HMIiMriBi~Ni,ii- grarpao ti-Uy. >
'> lMt In IMfOUl NMlIU J-l-.l
Awniiv |. nm ,.k i
MCWKi i. IAH Ml
rtriA MU 0*1 I
<.!* II r*li, kit ,.,,-
lohkran.c. Bonif (..< rid
goodly ah.re ol Humour.
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AinrlMi-MiMir !
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. m>w m iinw
II mi Am
>m#i \i n ! >min * irtoM-
Ollrr -i-'.
ml. but Id oUirn hflp -

Uitonl alillilt to ilf lood
I'rMiiti limn Im impDiUnli
.1,1. .1 .Ml'l-
rl U brine; aboul happy
rHorma. M-ny ol IM. d-U h.v. "
n"i ln).dcr In Jrmrt lorrra. mtai
manahip. arMnca. ItavaJ, ralUTIon.
ilt fllllrHlxU- nl Jki K'
M-.HL.
'
' I hits with Major NsMt
i <>. tliromuiK Recital nn
I iiiKllHii-hl
Slipper Room
CONTINKNTAI.
CUISINK
MUSIC
by PANAMA
Chez
JEAN-PIERRE
I'll. MM -:- Hustings
mtmbfy of
I'urliiimvnt
AN ml- -I tfW

I..-' w.-k itm Mr. Pnul ToBtrr
:
|
I .ml. ..:
nonthi to -:\ni.
ittiods of JutirnulUm. i
i'. .I,, tba m i
BU
IWWI-
Hi' k'"':
with members o( the '-^Urtdard'
tvportln SI;ifT. lie la r\|>ertod to
return to Barbaric* LaU
month.
Jamaica Writvr
JAMAICA born Hit, l.n.n:
Irtmoocor, wife of Mr. Tom
Iremnngrr a cousin nf |fj
Anthony Edentins written two
booki wltrtfn
nonth* Both arp to tx- p
Dark lulferi Ml
once wrote u 80.0O0-h
which wm lul un Ul } ;..
publisher by registered po*l. Bfae
l:nd kept no copy and DM
lion received from tin. Pool
Office w.i!- 5.
She did not re-write the book.
Mr*. Ircmrmger who ha I
iln- rootlier Ot .
nine-year-old gtal
/* i-1 Immitmt
I'ti/iiit-
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Carlo "Hi
Aaa> hi '" hold
let* on Thiirsii.' NovonlMM Mh,
:



Ti-
tle held i
C-
WlWI
Queen o( the Ki'>i' v. im frill
Likp par! in the Roy.
Perfonnanca ii I
indium to- MtwaH
nt the Palladium re-
canUy,
stu- baa mji,' .1 narooj t'>i bar
self In Bi I 'hi-onie-
roogiH axpart In Uv
Variety i will be
.oinpctiiia fur tba C/ueen*a ap-
nh.li-.' v.
Britain's own Oracle Fields and
other well-ki

/Air/. Ihinw
MMBTTOM HEWITT, ..
Civil I
returned
Ing a few
month*' tl
Paid Vtiit
1
B.W.I.A. i
I \
IVW l.\ : I
\tiiuiivl Gomfwmmc*
i was an
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Fnrvu',11 Party
AFABEWaXL PARTY was
.. nt Mrs
Kail X
Road on Werimsd;iy night in
_t of I* Mi a. ii
i| who left tht-
Thursday by HW.l.A
.'
good luck.

1
Mr. Ericourt
Plays Again
inlb oa iiiMiinK .i
i Hal I j Mr Lionel
hi (.laved here on a
pivvioua octaaaVaM to
large and "retponaive" audience*.
:-.. racUa)
i liiirnuTi' Hall next
Friday night under the auspices
of the Alliance Franceise of whicb
Noott is President.
I i* looking after tho
iiriangementa.
Tlic Concert will mark the end
- holiday here.
Mi Kricourt will leave on
daj Inr the Argen*
a lie "ill fulrll a num-

(ommg to Bnibados
about four weeks ago. Mr. T.ri-
cottrt completed a tour of tho
BouCi Amarlean aaatttMnL giv-
i>erformonces in BuanOS
In two of them, he
,-t -a illi an orcheatra
rxplelma his pending
ignaenu,nt> in the Argentine,
ii will visit Europe.
BUva country,
> n> i that he has
I pleased to play
"i tremely til.." to be able to play
iiad always found the
vary responsive
H iminaling.
rttad that he could not
i.cial performance for
the children <>f the schools, but
ants were being made
members of the fifth
and sixth forms of the secondary
schools to attend the forthcoming;
concert at a special price.
Ifamon And Garden*
festival
ANTIC I- A S Families. Homes
mil Gardens Festival, Is In
full "'..int,' f"i two weeks. The
; going was on Monday
tier 27
His F.xi-elleiUv tba Governoi
I the opening oeregaegty
BO, and Lady Black-
.,- \ll San-.ts Village.
Members of
ind .i number of others
rasing the
ittanded eeremonlcs at
tba other villages
ii 'he island.
U.-ine | i i New Antigua."
s. hool In everywhere
about 'The
11 bajpaar i I llll
mrl voile? slwaya have been
bjt it nf the
-
habitant to . i..it | .hi to improve th:s island?"
has been an excellent
drive. Hou mg
.mpioved
4 -
i the compeliuoii ihta
i i nver eight hundred as
against two hundred lust year.
Each day of the week there
a different programmes
and talka on subjects such as
Bodies and Healthy
H Tow and Tout Children.
Good Home Planning. Arbojr
Honk* and Community.
bfnnv Itappv Return*
CONGRATULATIONS to Miss
Myrna Bclgrave who cele-
btrthday to-morrow.
\ very happy birthday to you
v- for your future.
? HAVE YOl SEEN THE THIRD VISITOR ?
< IIII.UKKN'S TA\ ll'TIIM I Will SB
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WhlC* Call. Tan Trim
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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1*52
Si \|).\ i UlVOf \ 1 I
PAGE THU
days, Ihe professor wai popu-
lar tool of the silent *craen and
his ancienl Alms have been re-
issued on television to advertise
Exotic Perfume*. To uve his
job, he goes to New York to
obtain an Injunction against the
showing of hla Alms, but in-
stead of returning to college, he
succumb* to the blandishments
\t thi: tMOM
DREAMBOAT
It. ii.B.
A HIGHLY amusing and diverting comedy satire that
is worth attention is DREAMBOAT now playing at the
Globe. Lampooning television and U I rtising,
this film provides Chiton Webb with a custom-built
vehicle for his comedy talents. Mr Webb n
of a staid professor of English who suddenly Bnde that his :
peace of mind and security are rudely threatened when
his hidden past is discovered bv his students.
It appears thai in hi* salad -----------------------
B.B.C. Radio
Notes
Keccptiiin From London
' London
. a-IU be interested to le.in, tha*.
of Hollywood and signs a con- the BBC is to carry out testa in
tract making him n brand new Ttifci arw liefsflsgrtj In nfinlili rtjg|g
tar. for Impronng reception Whiio
Then- are some hilarious reception will be
flashbacks to the old silent films tlu, -hc BBC
that five Mr. Wchb an amor- ,u comments from listaoars will
ously athletic work-out as the bl. f v-,ue ftIld >ou aTi l(1%ltod
Valentino-style lover. with all to ,CIld m r wn nnd|ng_ ^
Ma purple passion being lavi : a ,(] j gj^
*" " G.ncr "SEEL 'JS SS W* "* 0mrt'- PO Box 408.
co-star. As a member or mo vmvalim 1...,,- uwi
Foreign Legion, we ee Wm MKWn. Annies. BWI
killing off his enemies with the &OBGE BEANAED SHAW
ease required to JielL peas; as t^ mxoM aimivcrsrj of th*
an aviator in World War I ,, bhw.
demolUhed^the Ace of the. Per-|wtuMt |a,u on Novemb ^
lug marked in the BBC'c General
Overseas Service by a number of
f aravltv to save his lady iP'l programmes setuauj
o7e ThcY* fSrt. arcperformed * .lrst oi thesewill be heard on
bv Mr. Webb with all the un- .Saturday, 1st. November. Here
believable energy and vitality of, <** are:
the good old days, and Miss | Saturday, November 1 and 8
Rogers also shows that she is 'Caesar and Cleopatra' in two
quite capable of emulating her (parts. Acts 1 and 2 on the 1st.
Crcdccesaors. Garbed as a slinky and Acts 3 4 and 5 on the 8th
nrem girl, she does a hootchi- both beginning at 8.30 p.m
kootrhl dance that not even; Monday 3rd. and Friday 7Ui -
Theda Barn could h;ive bettered, i A, feature programme on the
Another most amusing sequence fun Shaw pi\. Wdowers'
is the court-room scene where. Homos. at 9 p.m. Monday and
present-day television com- repeated at 5.15 p.m Friday.
merrlals really get going over Irtaay 7th ~ "Thi- Mind and
Cllfion Webb does n bang-up Work of Bernard Shaw' a
job as the profit.-"- whose re- ulk by sti John ,rvlnc al ,0i30
strained acidity is In sharp
contrast with the athletic and
man Air Force In two minutes
flat and as a swashbuckling
Monday 10th and Friday
; |U
passionate lover of the silent
films, while Ginger
more happily cast than I've
seen her for some tene. A lira
rate supporting east includ
EUo Lancnester as the college WKITKKS EKOM BRITISH
Dean who has amorous yearn- (ILTIANA
MS! In ihc not cditum of "Crib-
bean Voices' on Sunday, 2nd
The Voice and Speeches of
to be
.broadcast at 9 66 p.m. Monday
and 5.15 p.m. Friday
Francis as his blue-stocking
daughter; Fred Clarke as the
T.v. sponsor ad JeJfrej Huotei
Definitely an amusing Bin
and one that touches off fre-
quent laughter wioji lu farcical
and original story-Idea nnd
conversational slapstick
Carson City
A rugged Western adventu
Story*. CARSON CITY can
seen at the Plarn. Bridget'
Imt. the entire half-hour will be
devoted to two writers from
British Guiana which Is now
appearing more frequently in
this weekly programme oi prose
nnd poetry from the Wcsi IndMS.
The broadcast opens with a
sketch by Ian Caiew and will be
\h_- I followed by poems by Gordon
Woolford. The programme be-
POULTRY
NOTES
The other day a friend told
me of some feed which was be-
ing ued in a neighbouring island
to make hens lay three eggs a
day. You d_ont want to go in for,
this kuel of egg production but
you do want to get layers to in-
crease their feed Intake. The
more feed layers eat the more
they can be expected to lay. Heal
.;lh .111 in-bred rapacity to lav
between 300 and 300 eggs per
year need to eat a lot. All hens
1 eat a certain amount of feed but'
feed which Is in excess of main- ;
teSMOea, in the case of good lay-
ers produces more eggs. So dont
think you are pampering your
hens by getting them to increase
their feed intak* You are mere-
i ly using good management pro-
vided of course that your hen*
; have the In-bred capacity to lay
I ihe extra eggs which should result
I from the extra feed, liens will
; eat more if you feed them a pala-
, table nutritive ration. It should
lie uniform in quality and have
all the proteins, vitamins and
-in to be necessary
for top production of quality
eggs. Dont forget to provide *fi
feet of feeder space for each 100
hens so that even the most timid i
hen in the flock will get her
I share and not be crowded out b\
i the more aggressive birds. Fg'c
production as I keep on NMlnd-
Ing you in these notes requires ;
lota of water, so provide an auto- >
n.atic water system or two five
gallon waterers for each 10
birds. Feed Intake can be in-
ci eased by the use of lights, but
a 13 or 14 hour day ia adequate
Some poultry men increase feed
consumption by feeding fre-
quently ami stirring the feed to
.i.uae the natural interest of
ihe hens. You should aim to in-
crease the output of the hens you
have before adding to your flock
Hens In high production use feed
more efficiently and there is a
great difference between a flock
in 50 per cent, production and
one in 70 per cent, production. A
100 pullet flock at 70*:r produc-
tion will give 350 dozen eggs in
60 days while the same flock at
r-o-f. production will give only
250 do/en eggs.
Obviously H is up to the poul-
try keepei lo get his production
up to 70%. He will be able to
achieve this aim if he gets extra
feed into his hens. And this Is
the right time of the year to In-
crease egg production. In readi-
ness for the coming tourist
season.
Fa rm And Ga rden
Hy VGKH "/. i
NATURE \\; *t i:n RJ
I >\\ IfUQ the i n on food
production and the I
posal to the fulirsT extent i
ly the fact U n increasea
resources. It teems] ftp i
what u invi idtng.
u.u m
darili'iiiii" llinfs
For Amateurs
There i, ,.,
II just ihe right
i
bi -i ,.
ihii weekend. tins at the regular time of 7.15
The locale is the state of p.m. and can bo heard in the 31
Nevada, back in the turbulent ] and 49 metre bands 9.58 and
days of 1870 and the story tells 6.035 megacycles respectively,
of the. building .,f the raltroed
through tough eountr\. In a tough
era, from Cariwm City to VTr-
STATIC OPKNl.NflJ OF
PARLIAMENT
One of the mo-t impressive ol
on" Britain's traditional pageants, the
*'u. Stale Opening of Parliament,
takes place on Tuesday next.
The BBC will broadcast a run-
ning commentary un U
Procession from Buckingham
Palace u> Westminster and
Inia City Rnnay liandnlpli
Seott |s the construction
gineer who undertak'- i1
assSgnment. C)bsbjcle>i of cverv
kind crop up including an un-
sympathetic press, a gang of
hold-up men known as the
Champagne Bandit*, headed by
It.ivmond Maasey and Anally a, .,
land-slide thai cause, a tunnel I **lted verwoii wUI be given later
cave-In. However, the track is! *" tha day for Usteners In this
successfully laid and the climax, P*" "' *** world. The edited
comes when the bandits try to (Version will bo broaacaat twice,
sabotage the train on its first O"10* *t 0 p.m. and again at 8.30
trip to Virginia City. j P-m. both on Tuesday, the 4lh
There is plenty of action all November. The former will be
the way. with gun light, and audible in the 25 metro band and
lome stunning bar-room brawl i. the latter In the 31 and 49 metre
with Mr. Scott delivering and bands. In addition the Palace of
taking it on the chin. Westminster where Her Majesty's
The film is in Warnercolnr Lords and Commons carry on the
which is particularly effective to functions of a Parliamentary
hiehlicht the scenic back- Government will be tha subject
grounds. This colour is not as of a feature programme on
brilliant as Technicolor. being Friday, 7th November at 7.48
softer lr, tone, and I found dpjn. vug Stanley Hasted as the
very pleasing aod natural. i narrator
More Than Ever
m AUCKLAND.
New Zealand's 90.000 farmers
* likely to sfnd Britain, in the
next lv months, more dried milk,
butter, cheese, and meat than dur-
ing aji ysimilar perio.i since the
war.
They will supply us with more
than half our total imports of
cheese and dried milk, more than
a rjuarler of our butter, and nearly
half of our carcass meat.
If good weather holds, dairy
farmers will send more than last
year's 98.000 tons of butter-fat.
Production Is up 21 per cent, on
the average figures for the last
five years.
The seasons yield bl likely to
reach record proportions. More
land is being brought under
grass, and more cows milked.
New Zealand expects to ex-
port at least (he same amount of
:i .itociH ioi,s ..f meal la frozen and
ciiined form. The bulk f thi*
goes to Britain.
Premier Sidney Holland's Cab-
net, anxious to step up food pro-
duction. Li considering further ln-
centvo measures. i
leaving them until thi
old. and for ihe best |
suits they must be taken up a
lust the nunt *
This right time is almost In
1
'hat after a time I

recognizable.
But. for the novice in gai
and as a generality a i,
may be g
The seedlm* .
little leave
fe. i
enough roots for the
ovei ah,- i m i the Ihtli
plant grows. Hi. i
ami id. M i .1 ..tit l>
few weeks when the seedling <
bunched, and grown U
high, the U
it nut iii ihe garden l
plannng should always b
the Utte :if''T r-. .
lings should be put in'
v ill i t| .i : 1k><1
If ptissible. the box
lings should u taken '
and each
one at a time with
as can be taken up su >
roots so as to disturb th
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linn thin I I
number <>l ': u
bunches of leaves, about th- bed
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tection until the) mak<
iTbese "umbrellas she
In the bed : least v
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aee i lanting t.. ftowei
plants take kmg> 'ft< i
times durinrr I
plants need up|>n
In a very wii I
These supports are Important. ..
I if n plant ncvi it will flni
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i this need Is si'polled
In big eounti Ii
massed flower uecoanmonlj n i
looking hk.
'spread out 1 the Harden
of gardenln* eould, arlll
I age, be adopted in Barbados m
'even one lame esfCular bed n
well I.nd out annuals in a gam-
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St'NDAY, NOVEMBER 2. l*t
IM3ILS A^AINhl II\I)IAI\S? camliw- ..........,.
ItlOYGASMCL
linen, the *;
man's fa
fabric
tlntirr lUnml in* ^vltntors
Bv a > an*n\
TV*- .-wJ i*i ,..-
tre. trm*** M
knew i* ..iralh uit*t*W k* ibr
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hgbi-*.^,
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ARLTON aecured a Ural innings
u tn wickets as
Black Roi k rattanta]
na displa.<, "I hatting t<
I H William* also did aome food
I plurtd on bjm from St Hill
1 i
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I Mi Mir ili-t
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In aswet UW West liwa** i>ktI |U|tl of vWrei are !. a.
i --
a a-tiable
t fa* serwil) that ...
Oar* ft* the tS a^Si^sir^s^ s ^
Mtad Ma :v

iroievearta-
'.11 cemusssa*] Una Ij was aftajsMan
# 'tinted one -lion of ii- hundiad
.n.i loos. mi rwa w.ii. Um Men a] ! H
..in- herd Huu-hlswon wu caught tn tow
Kn.i im*ii. mmI i.H.h ana wicket kaapar off Denia Atkim
leasjeti md f..i l Witmi mini the branch
,,-th.M run Fleshing, hi* first run
it*! l> AtkliiMtn wu (.....| UM bOWUM of H Mr-
e,i -il gut \UK.i..ir (dull, in Iht- next t.all Lucas wm
Utal kesl high, taught < m
.lipa. for H.n Marshall eoi.tnbutmg M r Edghill was
. .uh Hi* ila* n*t in .mil he fn.nl the InM ball
thee
mi .i.-u.m in Brtekla6 .< MarertaU'i >ei In Marshalla
I M'Uir lifccU t
nm was th: mm

Will)
.it 34 ha
first ball from
m-xt mv.i Hghlll lut him hi
for four followed b] anoUMf low
lo get the score past Wanderer
N
0 ONE ran aoj thai mo InHrrolonial Iouriiamr.l undfr lh.
.
11I0VG/IML
\. >. Hrx.Irn A Sot* (BllWM) Uu\.
Skvar**** .4
ihe
i took ...
to Atktaaoa wIh u>wid u 200 > two. ihr two hundrad
idn aval In ihr n.*i ,.*n anM BB m tWO huiniml and Bva
Marshall. Willn.ni* ulralghl mmutrs at etoaa Of plif>'.
r',.,^'.:,';: ana ., spAKTAN
nn. on lh bMM H jb .S1"?*"!* ii. ? ^ I
tk,.n conlUlMl 10 bowl right through Ihe r.nj. of n
n drove Ihg 3r.l ball Sp.rtn Um ""<' .Uwm '"
Ihrr.- hi,,. In in, Usi hall g'nga ' '>> "'' inning! lead
111 over William, cover ov" En,P" "1 ""' 'ccon,a "i" '
hln, to the bmmd.ry to. P" > 'h'" J'"> ptvuion fl-
fir run. In h nexl over Wll. ht. t Bgak.B]l JJ"^"1*^
'In i.i'.
overweck
t bowl in", gpgtl of inilagm umtti f0",,0' J"toui W lo 111
id h Ulh uver Hrirkie Lucaf hit '"' " In ""if "^ona "Pell t
him r..r the Hr.t >lx In the m.tch >e "** EmP' '" ""'
Ijcen MitneaMd by the Selectors and by BnH tbe nek- hall thmimh .lln. without low.
th, correct per.pe.uve obWwU, there 5tt?.l3S, HE. ErlTAIklniSl "^".v 88 b, Everton Weekc,
relhrVKl Mmrgh.ll he sent down chiefly re.ponible lor Em-
.e. the lecfcug .> a body aave not torn the Jammic. u..i.^.._.
ouKk^L^.f^;reftm..xsjts:i,nd??'-'>- C.'i!^"^irvrsK^s^s"r*
.; .- STalf.Kir'Jrr i ,'n " ' How will lJur to put the scor. .1 Ml ''< dmy P'M. and >'
NevikV Bomno. GWodon Glbb^ P.raud*.u and cornpany
^#!2S^t!!ria,finf to *? diP"*ln onr muH admit i:
parforwteacaa ahould have bn
tn* Captain and viewed m then ....
W wire lo be tome heart-burning and embarrassment.
Surrlv il thev
did not see. they must hear from the people who so* them and then Pavilion, and glide thr next
*ho shall keep the kceoer* themselves
MILLER? GOODRIDGr: C.ASK1Ni?
,- Su" .Goodr*d* n Ouuna himself must all come up. at least e hop* so, for their due
share of conid*TaUon. Who knowi whether the old pace bowling
:..ger> will be asked again in the absence of any real talented show- ..
; lug by the pace bowling candidates in quest of International honours, taking advantage of
by hitting two rau
runs to his over-week score.
to leg for three carrying the score Then Camie Smith came to the
Xo 50 wicket to put up n grand display
of batting to topscore with 55
Another Chans* before he was stumped oil H.
King's bowling. Smith found no
With the score at 74 another difficulty in playing the Empire
bowhi.g change took place when attack and he regularly sent thr
N ivircv assisted E Atkinson, ball to the three boundary, lie
Williams made no mistake In and O, N. Grant came together
his bowling in a fourth wicket partnership
that over, which yielded 59 runs. Grant
We saw Goodrtdge and Miller here and 1 need not force my own In the first ball of h|s next over was eventually oul after _
opinion on the local public. Thc> saw them and quite a large number Williairui hit him for one. next tldent knock for 24.
of local people are quie capable, in my opinion of judging them from two bal'.s was two two's by Lucas. Soon Out
the International level, bearing in mind the contemporary material Mrta -ontinueo to bowl with Clyde Walcott was soon out
at their disposal. an open .,eId for iMcai who was afler SCOrlng a promising 14.
hitting h.>rd. first ball in thai Keith made 10. N. Harrison*
THEY HAVE BEEN TKIEI) ver was a four and the next a went in at number seven to play
three, I- ! by Lucas. With the a cautious hand and only take
WHO will say whether people like Ferguson, Atkinson. Rickards f"^ l Prlrc* continued and runs when the chances of being
Guillen, players who have already the experience of lnterna- JJ""f* *cefully put him to out were slight. He was however
tional touts behind them will be given their f,,r chance in the absence * .S""""^ t0 "' ** *>}* venU.allv stumped off H. King s
if any recent activity at least a far as the West Indies Board officials * 'P_ l(M> minutes, und his bowling for 35.
SHADES OF GRACE,
SPIRIT OF SPOFORTH
By BOOKIE
aj
Ben Battle was a soldier bold
And used to war's attack,
But a crick** ball took off his legs.
So h* lay down his bat.
Now as they bore him oil the Held.
Said he, "Let others shout.
For here I leave my two fine legs
While Norman bowls them out*
1 MM apoloptra lo Thomas Hood.)
APPARENTLY the above verses wore running in Ben Battle's mind
yesterday morning as he prepared for what he described as a very
. i .iket match. One which, he said, absolutely ruled out all
thought of any other sport and consequently he could not even con-
aldat writing racing notes for to-day's column
The nLhWide of his friends In the stand did not do much to brighten
his thoughts any. as they kept reminding him that the Carlton boys
DM tbail lu>me ground are indeed hostile and formidable foes. Ben
conaolad hnmelf with the thought that playing cricket in sucb lovely
surroundings us there are at Carlton i* a tonic lo both mind and body.
Although at the thought of "body" he probably had another twinge
uf lhe tummy as he contemplated the damage that might be done to
same with a good bumper. Especially as he Is one who strongly advo-
cates the use of a pace bowler who can bump the ball occasionally
Well I hope that Ben enjoyed his match and did not come a crop-
par, By next Sunday, may be. I shall It* able to persuade him to enter-
tain you again in these columns. In fact, he will have to make a re-
appearance before that, as he is due to give you some tips before the
raagi grMefa open next Saturday.
For the remainder of the morning things war* very dull Indeed
at the track yesterday. I should Imagine that it is the effect of having
a four-day meeting which makes trainers reluctant to really test out
their charges, for I can think of few Saturday mornings a week before
the races, when work was so restricted.
My visit to colder climes has left me with the habit of waking op
-. equently I have missed quite a lot of those 1 should have
seen since my return. Chief among these is Apple Sam. the Jetsam
Apple Fritter two-year-old who everybody has been telling me about.
Maybe it will be a pleasant surprise in store for me If 1 see him for
the first time on race day, but I think I will make an effort to see him
exercising before that.
I arrived at the track lust as Castle In the Air, (better known as
Cassy) begun his gallop over about 7 furlongs. This colt has developed
into just the sort of powerful racing machine 1 thought he would make
when 1 left him six or seven months before. He Impressed me a great
deal yesterday and his time of 1.25 for the box to box was the best
for the morning.
Indeed I find that most of the horses from the Bourne stables are
looking well. The next out from among these was Blue Nelly (better
known as just "Nelly", although "Nelly with the big Belly" Is a term
which was applied to her by a well known trainer). Nelly, however,
has lost quite a bit of her rotundity since I saw her last and now
looks as If she might be ready to do herself Justice. She worked a five
very easily in 1.061.
From lh* same slable a little later came Magic Ggye (better
known as Magic); although not to be confused with the famous heal-
ing oil). Her box to box in 1.25| was accomplished with the utmost
case. I do not know much about the opposition she will have at this
meeting but she looks to me like one who ought to do well. Tin- other
ibers of this formidable ***
able
to 43. Frank King went to the wicket
Roy Mar*h,ill then came on in at number 9 and went at the
.. Atkinson', place and sent bowling aggressively lo score
Of the key professionals. I have yet to hear of any concrete proposals down *no,h,rr maiden, yet another valuable 23 nol out
l>cing put to them. ^^ change took place this time St. Empire's
1 concerned.
In addition to this. It is obvious thai they should not attempt the
iMisense ol going into battl, against the Indians without the s
ACME OF FACETIOISNESS
ing put to them. """" changi* tobk place this time St. Empire's spinner H. King was
1 understand that the circumstances being propitious for a com- Hl11 {aT, Peim" his first ball was Ihe most successful of the Em-
plele breakdown in West Indian Cricket goodwill the West Indies ""* followed by two to leg by pire bowlers and took five for 45
Cricket Board of Control have decided that the entire board will con- ''uca* ltl *" next ball, and still in 14.3 overs, four of which were
stitute a selection committee for the purpose of selecting the captain anoUler one. maidens. He kept an accurate
ince the selectors u-ere not oble lo meet tn British Guiana or arranged. Aft.T Roy's next over which was length and beat the batsmen
a manlen, the players cam* In for regularly. His accurate bowling
lunch with the score at 104, and kept the batsmen feeling until
Williams 44. and Lucas 41. wkth few exceptions they were
Wh*t t> I..n.uu.wi I. -..*.,. j .li ... S! ,h" eontinued after lunch tempted to swipe at his deliver-
. j, ^T, couW onlv come from lh* nnn w'iHioms played on the fifth ies. Actually, four of his wicket?
west indies lirick, i Board <;f Control, is that the four selectors ball of the over to give St. Hill were secured by the batsmen bc-
,.. Marsdcni (Trinidad), Mr N N. Netnersole (Jamaica), Mr. K. L. a wicket, he contributed a well ing stumped, three of these being
WttAart tB. acting for Mr. Maurice Green) and Mr. F. A. C. plav.d 47. G Hutehlnson was Camie Smith, Keith Walcott and
Clairmonte (Barbados) should submit their nominee for captain and next in. N. Harrison.
then this in turn will be submitted to the entire Board for ballot. Mirshatl was still bowling when The other spinner Holder was
-. ,. , Liuat cover drove him for four alto accurate and captured three
..T1"!" '" acme of facctiousness and the West Indian cricket to get hit score past flflv, and in wickets for 4B runs in 23 overs.
public-should know the reason of the low dodge In the llrst place the last ball of that over it was He managed to get Clyde Walcott
UL. 1\ w^,'h^ b,reak,ln ,,iecf,'f nt ,hat ,h-'Wcst Indies cricket j,n>ther four bv Lucas. Denis At- eaught and bowled N. Hams.
^JMST1 *"V0,|CU? " n,re * Intercolonial cricket competitions klnaon came hack on from "
'" M'1""" a c?P*'n and n team rhe captain wa coopled as soon y,..|,..|-, and giving tbs btto- Lacked Speed
\.i-tfl' \ ^^ '' W tht 5 ''''M f ,n0 ,CBm whlch he marl time to score some easy Pacer H. Barker was never
would have to lead. singles the total was now 137 My troublesome. He lacked "peed
The selections were submitted to the Board for their approval now Atkinson was bowling some and seemed quickly wearied by
To carry this matter to its logical conclusion one must be fortified
. in the view that the new conception ii that the entire West indies
, Cricket Board of Control Is a Selection Committee whenever there Is
some strange work ahead
"CANE. COFFEE AND TOBACCO"
7"HY should the funds of the West Indies Cricket Board of Contn
with hard hiltina to back drive He took one wicket for 41 runs
one hard for four, and two balls Spartan was unfortunate in nol
later pulled him hard for another setting an Empire second iimnim
four, his BODiaj now was 87. wicket as Hunte was given a life
Hutchinson's wicket fell to off King when Clyde Walcott
RM i nalatanti determined bowling failed to catch the ball. King
of E Atkinson with the score at opened up in the dimming light
W*>\ . u ... . j .... . ., . H? "id Hutchinson B* he was wi,h a ternrte speed and had both
HY should the funds of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control caught by wicket-keeper Proverbs Hunte and Hob.mon dodging his
be utilised to send the selectors sailing and flying throughout E Marshall then Joined Lucas and bouncing deliveries.
ihe British north and south Caribbean area to see for themselves at first carried the score to ISO keeping About 5.20 o'clock following
hand the talent that should be placed la the Held to uphold the highest i,m(. with the clock. E Marshall *n appeal for light, and before
tumours of West Indies Cricket when their findings are now to be was bowled by St. Hill after 'he umpires could give any de-
; submitted to people who were perhaps supervising the grinding of making four. Next batsman in eision. the crowd, consisting of
[ cane, the sale of Blue Mountain coffee and tobacco, or arrowroot, limes was R. Hutchinson who faced St, bailers for both teams, crowded
I and sea island cotton, and possihly never even heard of the recent |i,|| s iaat ^1. the field and prevented further
tournaments. After ,ne batsmen started hit- play.
It is regrettable that even the seemingly comic antics of the jf -f|" *2212S!?5&&Ji COLLEGE vs. POLICE
recent past must no longer be regarded a the sins of second childish- nn'' ,^an,J^^riri*n^ k ."" ^ CrG, Wus. qSilenan. int*rrs,;n
ness but of a fanatical and conceited spasm of short-sightedness that Is ' ***"* "nd. Jj .,** dv P'"/ * he Park yesterday
unaware of the fact that it can only lead to a complete ami diabolical ". and puled the last bal of as the first division match be-
-quandering of the edifice which people like Learie Constantine. ;''" "ver to One leg for mbar tween College and Police was
Corse Francis. George Challenor, John Goddard. Gerry Gomez. Jef- Thc.*J?ro W>>* nOW 17 "nd ">td. Honours of the day
U,^ Stollmever, Weekes. Worrell, Valentine and Icamadhin, to men- oy Marshall came on again. went to Mr. Sam Headley whose
lion only a few. have helped to build up with blood, sweat, toll and Continued hpell undefeated knock of 101 enabled
. over the past quarter of a century.
!> Atkinson
back i
place
ghl also have renewed acquaintance with Embers (better known os
Enibiel, Aiunda and Rebate, who, I should imagine must, by now, be
better known OS "Rundy" and "Balle". The one notable exception
in Ihis stable with this string of aliases ending in y or le is Usher,
who, I am glad to hear, is still known as "Son". I am sorry to can,
that he is. perhaps, the one most likely to retire from the track for
good. He was a bright star among our Creoles.
Alter Castle in the Air, the next two to work on the outside were
Street Arab and The Thing. 1 know little or nothing about the form-
er who I saw galloping for the ilrst tune. But The Thing looks like
the same old Thing to me. They did nve in 1.061.
Fiieuxce came out after that lo do a mile. She did the last box
to box in 1.27 and the last five in 1.0|, moving very easily.
Belle Surprise did a reslrained box lo box In 1.21*1. She also has
nut improved in looks since the early pail of the year but I under-
siand that new methods are being practised with her now and the
breaking of clocks at exercise is absolutely forbidden.
The little creole March Winds was not much company fo. the
imported grey Trimbrook. Responding to signals from her tra'ner.
Dot unlike those of the "tick-tack" men in England, Trlmbrook's rider
lunik her up over the last furlong and hc mushed lengths ahead or
Merer. Wimis. Hut the tune of 1.06 I/B indicated that they had not
been going loo fast ul tho beginning.
Landmark did some useful work but nothing very surtling. Her
last box to box was done in 1.28 1/5. Mr. Victor Chase seems once
ugain to have laid his hands on one similar to the late First Love.
Landmark seems to be improving with age.
A half mile by Iho well named Meerschaum indicated nothing
o.ii way or the other although I should imagine she can improve on
trie s8 i. seconds which she returned. Mr. Gill's example in work-
m,. out a name for this Ally is one that should be copied more fre-
quently. All of us probably knew that this was the stuff of which
trie best pipe-bowis arc made. But how many of us know that the
Mil itself comes from sea-weed. As Meerschaum Is by Jetsam the
in m ittOB is apparent.
1 was forced to look twice at old Colleton before 1 recognised
him. I suspect however that It was the great argument about a form-
er stable mate of his which distracted my attention. But when Ben
Battle used him as an example to support his argument that horses
can win twice at one meeting and still be inferior, I was forced to
look at hit.i again and wonder how he ever did it.
If Mr. Chase lias an aptitude for laying his hands on second
"First Loves." then he snows an equal taicni for acquiring those ol
the calibre of Hard Nut and Bobolink, two who frequented his stable
for many moons without showing much profit. Ben, as one of his
iriends reminded yesterday, also used Colleton in the past to illus-
trate another point he had in mind, but he may rest assured, that ho
wu* not the first to bo wrong about this horse. I myself once wrote
ihnt he had a bright future.
One of the best gallops for the morning on the outside was done
by Fire Lady and Vectis. They did five in 1.05|, both moving well
all the way. Vectia la entirely new to me but her partner Fire Lady
looks just as good as she was last Christmas. I think she will prob-
ably like the state of the going at this meeting and should therefore
do welL
Nearly all the other gallops for the morning were done on the
inside track and times cro therefore unreliable. But Lunways, Topsy
and Haroween were three who worked on the outside before I arriv-
ed and I understand they all looked good, Lunways did a box to box
in I 26 und Topsy In 1.261, But there was some disagreement about
the time Haroween returned for live furlongs. Some said 1.06, others
I 041. Hut they all agreed it was the best five for the morning.
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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 151'
SUNDAY AI>\CK ATE
I'll. MM
Yesterday's Cricket
ii Cortege umii, to .Iwljr* theii
ninas closed at 22% for thr k*f
i i gh t wickets.
V Ihe close ut pljv Lift Setui-
lec had scored 90 foi
i epiy to th* Police score
i flfc with Hope U d Mr
U^dley 1 ai the not out hats-
men.
Thaw two remained together
vesterday uDtil the score had
i nached 132 when Mop* wh
bowled by Mulllns. This part.
roved to be the best for
tier mnlngt. with Hope hukii.k
hU half century by five rum..
The remaining baUrm-n htld
their end* up while Mr. Headley
rased to hi* century, his tint of
the season.
in the College tlist inomg*.
Skipper Farmer bowled exceed-
ingly well to capture two wicket?
for 4} runs in 34 overs. 11 or
which were maiden* Prank
Taylor took two for IB and Carl
Mulhne two for 4*.
Started At 4.15
Faced with a deficit of IM runs.
Polite started their second In-
nings at 4.1ft with Taylor and
Blackman to the bowling of
Headley and Simmons. After a
tinflrtrnt start, Taylor was beaten
and bowled by ,|u- of Mr. Head,
ley's deliveries which rune back
from the leg with the total stand-
ing at IB and his individual seorc
IS. Five runs later, Hlenman
was most unfortunately run out
without scoring.
This let in Captain Farmer who
*l" dismissed soon after with the
total at 35. His eoaarfhsjUon wai
8. G. Sobers, ceatliry maker of
the Police teasn was test to th.
wicket, but after playing defen-
ivdi. hv was dismissed b> Mi
Hc.idlcy with the total 39. Dod-
son who filled the breach played
<>ut time with Blackman who i-
mdefeated with IB to hi* credit
Police are now 111 runs behind
with six wicket- till intact
l>l( KVYICK vv loiM.i
AT I t Hi' .i
iVk..-h wored an oulngki
victory aga n-l I*.dac on the se-
cond day's play of their match at
LodKe School grounds yesterday
Two centuries were vored in
this match. T. S. Birkelt knock.
d up an undefeated 10S while
skipper John Goddard tva un-
defeated with 101 lo in* credit.
The Kensington team won by
an inntnga and i7 runs. Lodge
in their first innings were bowled
.>.( for 90 E. Hoad took three
for 21. At the end of the first
day's play Pickwick hau lost the
wicket of Charlie Taylor for 226
runs. Taylor was out leg before
to Wilkie for 39.
Pickwick yesterday went on to
amass 261 for the loss of the
same wicket Both Birkett and
C.oddan) played comfortably and
I-odge. in their second venture
wire howled out for a meagre 114
Jordan and Hoad were the most
successful bowlers, taking four
and five wickets respectively
Clayton Oreenklge took one
wicket
Sundetland
Level With
The Wolves
'*- OM> Own
LONDON. Nov. 1
lu>uu.uet of the day was for
Stmderland and a special mention
tor the Welsh International centre-
forward Trevor Ford
That 52 win at Mala* Roan
Manchester City has put
land with a Kara* la hand
level on points with th* Waives a:
the lop of Drvaneti I And on thi-
form they look like staying then
What Is the Sunder land
GO\l-:it\OK AT
SCOUT K4LLY
treat gag* 1
' are under *t>~ 1
ihroughoV iu i-i'otheinood thai
we wish Your txratlency Good
Soouaasl
H. A. CtKi.
U.K. Outs
Imports Of
B. W.I. Fruits
the Sum
ry have r
SCOREBOARD
secret? They have no new play
Indeed of the side that was plav-
lag Last season Ivor Broadis ha.
kteao U-anaferrtxt to Manchester
The answer t tn the Are and
thrust Of Trevor Ford I^st season
m his first 14 games. Trevor found
the back of the net only twice. Thi*
season he has scored eleven In-
cluding four to-day All of which
is a pertinent reminder that it*
going to be a man sired Job to
hold the rumbustious Welsh lesd-
at in the Wembley international
i'ti the eleventh.
Another hat-trtckster In Division
I was Aston Villas Inside forward
Tommy Dtxon. hero of a welcome
-1 awsv win al Stoke
The in-.ind-out form of the
league champions Manche*t> i
t'nited continues. They have lost
their last three home games but
to-day at Tottenham they collect-
ed two more away points with I
21 win over Spurs the wlnnii
el
Its*
Moms e Blentnan h rrmrt
Hrwlrl c sub b r.fmrr
PMHr r Blenman b Black ma
p. lUMlry i-.I out
Allavne b Taylor
SOrtStU. b T,
TMil lor S -kt. dei'ld)
SV *-r 1SS, S tor m
JSt. B for a*
WlUlarr,
aanas
tram, l
L WloW c WH
OtaM b Barker
W.n-lt stpd k b Kail
Mirn~i atpd w b Kau
Hams b Hnlde-
linn <>k ii km*
PhiiUa* rtee Kki
HOWLING ANALYSIS
A v. wunasu IS S
MW4" a i
Weehe. S 1
KX|..... Ul 4 4
aXPIU SKD kNNINOP
M Knbifuon not out
Hunt* not twit
Total iler i wh,.
nOWIJNG ANALYSIS
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r Phiiiiiw
Total ifor 4 >kM I .
WANiirara*
K m t.MfiMin r H Marshall
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(I rfutritlnMon t: w. k rnvfr b
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FlOM the digits supplied, you
san deduce the mising digits
and oompleta the problem in mul-
tiplication. For example, thiru
digit of the multiplier rauat ha B,
to provide a atro.
D AUfia
K Wmttwn ,.
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B'U aeo a>u |*-4Untl " *q pandHI"'" *-i
I|B IHU| '. <" WSl 0| !!**
i- MtiS ovu-Xmoi oaj *q v-thi
nan *ia- goal was scored by outside Int
1 terry after a greet run from tt <
half way line
Still going great guns in D*s
ion II. Huddersiield preaervt d
their leadership and an unbeaten
away record with a 20 win at
Southampton. Centre forward
Olaxzard. got one of them to bnm:
hi< total for the season to 18.
Close behind them are Leicester
who scored their fourth win lo
five games since signing interna-
tional inside forward Johnny
r Morris from Derby.
Outstanding individual per-
formance in Division III (South)
was another hat-trick by Palace
inside forward Cam Burgess
against Swindon. It was his third
in four weeks. Inside right Rain-
ford also got three and Palace
won an exciting nine goal strug-
gle
Thin i tttD no change In the
other Third Division with both
Crlmsby and Oldham having good
home wins
Aberdeen have been struck by
the goal bug lately They got an-
V"v five to-day against Mother-
u-ell to bring their total for th
hist three matches to IB. Since the
tiirt of the league championship
Aberdeen have been Involved ii
nine games which have produced
total of 40 goals That's food value
at any price
Benling league cup winner*
Dundee hv the odd goal Of live
East Fife retained the league lead-
ership but champions Hlbemlm
shocked thr-tr supporters by losing
2-45 to Third Lanark. Centre for-
ward Dobble scored both of them
L. A_ HAKRIhOh
Honorarv Secrets
N1V1IJJE D. OSUOHNT
Honorary TreaBurar.
R. W I
J. E. ORIFFTTH.
Island Coouniaeio-tei-
BDA BUD9)0
A.I C. Wolf Cuu*
CafARLKS SPRlN'UKR
H RISELY TUCKER
(real Keeling
Hcpl>uig. His k-
witn great feeling as he said I
must admit that I am gea |
harrasaed Over the last few we, .
I have bet ii at landing a numh, i
II functions, and I I .\.
found It difficult to put int< i
what I feel "
"I have got a tn
amount of happiness from m> as-
sociation with the Seoul Move-
ment *'
Hi> thanks were due hV IsM li
Isl.mu v nmrmssiincr who took il itn.ii
over in very difficult times, and (i |Uan
there was still a great deal of ha
work before him i*a
His Excelleno waa howev.i
curtain from the support which he
saw al the meeting yesterday eve-
ning that there was no reason .it
nil why touting In Flarbadi*
should not really gat back on its
feel again.
He wanted to say thanks to at .
Harrison, the Scvrctarv who h. 1
bean of tiemenrious help to the
i and to him He hoped
that he would nnt'rrlnd his String
thai he was glad that he was i
ing to be Secretary, because he
felt he should be groomed fot a
more Imporart appointment in the
\cai> ahead, and he had no doubt
that he would hear, in due rout-. .
of such nppoiiitment.
He also said thanks to the Ho
Treasurer, Mr. N. D. Osborne He
knew how difficult It was for a
Treasurer of different organi*.
turns and the work It entailed It
i hey knew that their services weio
appreciated, they would find a
Ktcat happiness In doing their
work. He felt that all thr^ H Ihe
officers mentioned found surh hap-
piness.
His Excellency remarked thai
after three years in Barbados, he
had found an increasim: fund -f
goodwill towards scouting, an.!
that was well. Such goodwill, Hi
... said should be attract-
ed, mobilised uid retained
Essential
'Much still depends on thi-
.sland Council-' His brellenc-
said "The U> member* are Bl
essential part of Scouting. The
h.ve their functions to perform d.
the admini-ii.ition generally, and
in th* raising of funds, and whal
is so Important, In spreading the
knowledge of what Scouting raal'.v
LONlX)N.
ii'iuun sharpb cut her lro-
ikuu of fresh fruit- from the)
Mnii.-h West Indies last year.
They were worth only L 2,BOO,-
"i"1 ag..in>' th- ,.|evioUa'
bal of ata.7ou.owo and.
r-wai < iw.ii legal <4
I > .'Hl.lHHi.
mar, the atntiah
leading '
readth fruit exporters u>
aTlngrtiTBii -uppiyuag
I thud of Britain a fresh
ports from 'he Empire.
ii-d*v they are In a relatively
ounce poaHMas, owing to gains
made in this trade by South
stnilia and West Afn-
NOV. 2 NO. 248
TOPICS
BY
JOE & ROBERT
arnlah iiupiui* of West In-
totalled
M.000 ton- in 1938. have drop-
it I considerably. The\ leacheJ
1 aoat.war peak of T3.BBO
looa in 1049 and then dropped to
I in 1950 and 49,000
- in 19.11 to the aaj
impoita of baiiaii.. fruai
West Africa. which
H tona bat
at ban > i aon naouaguisj
' idliy aincc Ihe war egad
BUM kaM IM1, bgensU
in- Wesl Indies Baajrg feg iha
I tune.
rha) other big frvaii ftuil ex-
0 from the Mulish West la-
Ian territories is grap.fi uit of
hh* Trinidad became th*
-a... 1 n Uhi OMiunon-
1 Jth last >cai. The Trtni-
' ti.111 grapefruit crop totalled
."00 tons, beating the 16.OOO-
produMtan In South Africa,
''".....ding -
ilia prutiuvci Jamaica too,
id .. arapefiuit ,r(11 ,,f u.000
Yet only
hih
\. Ibalt:
ST. MICHAEL'S GIRLS
BEAT MALVERN 14-10
St. Michaels Girls' School de-
feated Malvern 1410 in a net ball
match at St Michael's Girls'
School on IMday. The ST
Michael's girls played an al-
together better Rame than the
Malvern team and it wa, evident
Trom the start that they would
w in. Malvern played a rough
vjime, but had neither the ac-
i uracy nor endurance, of the
-i hool girls.
stems to be an idea
broad. Hi- Kx.ctlency obaerv- d.
lhat Scouting i- not properly no-
predated He added, if it does
us lob, it will I* appreciated
His Excellency oiulude I, If I
-liould have .my criticumi. It
ihis. I feel lhat Scout-
ing in Barbados s apt to keep bx
exrluMvely lo itself. We must wel-
oine cnlicisni and ideas. We must
.' elcome suggestions and co-operu-
du, susd realise thai we cannot do
nly witk unlfornuM scouts It i-
.ie lay members of this movetneii'.
who can make the movement p
His Excellency expressed hi:
appreciation at their having taker
., trouble lo .ittend and he felt
that they would put their heart
and soul into the movement, that
scouting in Barbados would K"
ahead.
The pUwrlng then sang "Auki
Lang Svi,." and refn-shtneni-
were serve i
:i.l09 tuna of the
>d MOD total 3
an crop were export-
South Africa found
'i 14.000 tons of
' grauefiuit crop Kven Cyprus,
. fcii had a crop t 8 000 tons,

rsttMfrtstt.
I i [ leaM esneBti 2.BOO
j*a from Tnnldad and 2 400
Jamaica wenl W
Li.tain. Yet in 1838, when TrlnJ-
'i- entire niapefniii piTxluc-
110(1 totalled only mliie 3,000 toon
tM island exported 2.800 tints
>M tons of tlicse
i imrts went to Britain.
Much of the development of
grapefruit plantations In the
lush West indies, however
I i-ocaailng*ither
r Juice or for canning
I laU .% bOiai canned all
""' ''"".....iweallh .ml
""'"n of canned fmit- ,
knipina, which .urTrr|
,',l>*."ck during the war.
'lied 281,000 tons last vegr,
' -i-i'w- the pr.-war level.
OWaalth counlrl<-s which
t I. 'n '<' l ssnSttJ fru ex-
li'.^lisVp11' AMcb "nrt Au"
in Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
m> wmriws .w I Md '
Saas ran noa. e-mKMinirat*
eoaauaw,
" \ *Z?,kur*:' N*- *"".
l"2S" Nurthrtar. .. nu*4ttv,., ,
Arrtsaasea, . i-u,ei*.> CMsser, .
i JIM. a Ja. Bv,< Jm<|
I Pitini . thNBe :

***"
Sunaalt.
I Q<*eber. .
-......-. a. Aurlsa. Ui...n
"fVi:."s;,..,'ss.
" btrldluiai. .
. Kaalot. . Maranha,,
Dnlor-a. .. Ti.-I.a.. ea p,M.
I abUnra, i Ctlllur*. .
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BARBAIIO* IUKI CLUB
RACES
SATURDAY. 8TH NOVEMBER. 1952
MONDAY. 10TH NOVEMBER. 1952
(Bonk Holiday)
THURSDAY. 13TH NOVEMBER. 1952
SATURDAY. 1STH NOVEMBER. 1952
TWENTY IK.il 1 EVENTS IN ALL. THE TIME OF
THE START OF THE FIRST RACE ON THE FIRST,
THIRD AND FOURTH DAVS IS IJ0 P.M., AND ON
THE SECOND DAY 1.15 P.M.
The 2 SueepiUkt will be officially closed on
THURSDAY 6lh NOVEMBER. I9M, and will be drawn
lor on FRIDAY 14th NOVEMBER, l52, al lbs GRAND
STAND al I it" P.M. Arrangement, have been made
lo broadcast Ihe Drawing. The frequency to be used
will be 7M7 Kc .. can be purchased from Registered Sellers np to 4.00
P.M. of the same day.
The Plan for Admission to Ihe Grand stand will be
opened, as follows:
To SUBSCRIBERS on Thursday Hit I, October, 1152
Tn THE GENERAL PUBLIC on Monday 3rd Novem-
ber. 1952. between the hour* ol K.I5 a.m. and
: mi p.m. daily.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
SUBSCRIBERS :Ftaa and Thraa (3) Ladies or
Juniors at $2.88 aach lor Ihe season
GENERAL PUBLIC :
Ladhw per Day........................................ $1.20
Gents par Day ...................................... 1.92
Ladies Season ........................................ 4.00
Grants Saason ........................................ 7.00
Admission lo Ihe Paddock par par-
son per Day........................................ 1.20
FIELD STAND :Par Parson par Day.......72
N.B.No passe. lor re-admillanre will he given
All Booking* close and maul be paid lor at our office
by 3.O0 p.m. on FRIDAY 7th NOVEMBER, 1932.
POSITIVELY NO BOOKINGS BY TELEPHONE
WILL BE ACCEPTED
G. A. LEWIS
Secretary.
INSIGNIA
of
FIVE-STAR
CARS
Charles Mf Eneanicy & Co., Ltd.
Baby
ne'(ls a
ahe puir. nni.li) m*0r,( ,,,,
lor. ,h Ornum ratoaa Lattsw
lI.u.|T f,,...,.. |.,,., |, v.
fid (Ht-tr. '
"Tina him, haff If ,r an.l harp"
t'"i will Uivr n drliciK- p
luu-r. Ft* bal^.l.mh ,,,^ .
mildly mrdKdtoJt.i
(uticu^
X TALCUM
V \'
tjmm aaiiw. aii ia*> catalrM
Tlve rajidi and tar TH* -oppretsa" iialn i Ifavira
P*l Savpl's l>niinfj -antl-
li *iaamu>a uui i..
Thara s* a arhadula l>Iwiiii
run ii if will run hi 'i"'l
IHaii paayla ariU a* pancri
Hm -Iv land trUl a* |.*~1
.red .-.I a .lnlr Balan
win a* ii* i ralta
a u la* ...
Mi.- iwaoaHl JaaktaavllW
l( irsaasp >iia> dsMl'l H*H
Hi. ir>u Uii start U< arMfi and rnuim.
Mtd .rl-aj .'Hi. "Waal a blow-
lot taunt) iiirrvad and wHiuht
... naia alrft lha Mni
Mini, iiiattliina Laboui !>
I IST.Mlim Ilia
utMN lli>krl eartrtiatees
-*d. Ih. -aartl"
hillirn basset,
-iIl aalaol <
\. iln>i haw dn baat-ira
Thr i.h itavr had lhair soaklna
kuti naa tna> <*tak iha poor"
-land mi- oppwMon-
ii wa etsrtlva this paan-
l .. an lha ciui
i.. -vf* man
. 'i *>-'.....BNvaMni
'' Kelp t (l Uva Mil*
X""
II our UalU air drawn naniri
li 'lahiai UN) can h*
ivaaiu nvirr flu ana
'ml die in mlifn
na *-. I. UM-ra Moa^
Ta kad oppiais aul-
is ill a-roast In*
\rul iriurpph w (-an i AMI
" la l>p"-*liin irala-
i* onnvinrad
iponioted by
J & R BAKERIS
raakert of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
.....

,WffT
uassss.
* XT & -
aafam ^
PHOSFiiilNt
tn cases of
WEAKNESS...
PHOSPBRINE is -i v. Jortul .
nk 'or tin weak and uling, f -
the 0 nvalcsccni ard the run- ^.-r
down. N^l
_________ N 'if
a sis nt
LASSITUDE...
riktsena
I
iii iiiips of
DEBILITY...
KINB renofti ih ppetiic,
i ihr ntTv. pin
-,h . m badii nr--i
in rases nt
KFRVOUSNESS...
I'Hc I IRINI-. I:.lp. fUl to tab*
Ibe un and .lift...,
.I lilr.
Aa>trlc ra I "iiiiJ "i raMctntafe,
tq/ml 2 lataan
IHE GREATEST L>F ALL TONICS
a
If You're DIZZY
look Out for
KIDNEYTROUBLE
c5S--SS dew- umUi ..
hate 'aaur tpaUi' il V
tpmi and aU and pau
rWarls bah
"'nr. ii.iri aaaMaasa
. ul.lx.alhabUo.1 WWn kifaaja fail Hw
> H-in hi r 11 (Uftad wdb paaaatM. aa4
l>uii.ru,rwaciarhri,l>aisia aaon WUs.
! .i nL-elrltutdw. ln*|U.lll>> iifnat Art
il*.. TaUbaaVntCsdaayPtlk. S<-a*aW
l-tli bf aVlMi ia Iasaatii eaaara f9*that
-II,-. I t all* laaiH L^*-' Km**T
Ma. r ia-Wt. - -J-VU, SB*
.. Ihe aa*a paaawn aa4 MMk ikal tmm
a... anal Uadaih-a. OmmmA IMJf
Khlaar nbal paw (sWMM'a to-4ar Laak
I. rlheK!,. I-.. .(> IK. .H l:U [ aff*
fie cadi-uUie ...
IfOdJuou-uMAe...
FABRICS
allla al 10 ,
HI
Dodd i Kidney Pill J
TRIPLE EFFECT
(li.ii what you get wllh
MAGI
BEAUNG oil
FOR (OVGHS A
CO!>DS
ViVH STRAINS &
SPRAINS
h>k noa &
POULTRY
For hi*h faahiun clothes on I small budnft.
in.rt women everywhere make (heir own
drawee with "Tei-made" Pabrica. Tth'v
know it's n pleeaure to new with thrae
eay-to-handle. tub-Cut cottons.
Illustrate is the Victoria Pattern. I
bright cottrm print that will go every
where with you. Ukm all "Tss-made" fsb-
rtoi. it ia amuoth and manugrabli'. stays
Ireah :*nd cri-ip-lookir.g ! .;;. ..:.il w:iahss
beautifully
Mukif it a habit lo bu> piece goods that
carry 'Tevmsde" idonlilicution bands
,:-. They are your guarantee of high
i|i..int..
TCX-MAIX"
IS WEIL UADi


r.\(.i Six
M \1>AY ADVOCA'it
For
Women
Only!
this *cek Ml llrtr'i a
'for tne fella for a lUri
Ever heard of AMPI.EX. boys'-
Take a drink, indulge in garli.
<:. BUTTAKE
\N AMPLEX TABLET FIRST H
f alcohol or anything
-> your breath
Good new for the old
t MiAY. NOVrMBKR 2, 152
-j|k hr.p ,..
^"jn TAUI-ETJ
---------.....- --------.jo. Maybe he's
Jl^S. ^a-^1 ''"l fpf,""t a* good as you are True he's twice
te yet MEDlSEIi will calm those tensed
nerves, soothe that touch of rheumatism, and
put him on hu feet. MEDISED
BLETS not only benefit the older tolk, but
Ip the tired young business man or office
girl When >oi:i nrivr. are on edge take .1
MEDISED. it will put you right in I
at all.
"Its time the girls had a look in on
this column I'm Suiy. but as full 0/
beam a*-arty of the lads. Just passing
through folks to say hello."
Su/y ran more than say Lv
you sM.ahe is as fit as a Addle. On
what? On GLUCOSE D by SAVORY *
MOORE, Glucose with the energizing
VITAMIN D. in your beverages, taken
in place of sugar, will give you extra-
ordinary energy too.
Certainly gives Bill here plenty
energy. Look at the way he's hitting
j Eileen Ascro/t 't
A BLUE luu hangs orer me area, shop, or this
country. Bach spring ana autumn the fashion
colours change But each season- and they are
doing it now the "hop buyers don their blue-Untetf
spectacles and order turqaolse and baby blue
T,nd1*!l,'','^"'."'r.\''"E?" J"" [
Sr~.-JTS a.r,a n"" ""m '*" on "" ral
n*mna blue blue and mure blu.
..< ^2" iS***! "Will usujoier*
,1"'V'"*^ n' n an if* lur-r
i^'^,"""'- "-". r
- * *',"> ;;"" * ci,.n>. o,
For th
Kan. ui more
*ia 10 me this ee* r.
the border I reach 'oi
rP.TT
Kng.iWiomen
ti> suffer (rom
h 1 s mo M: d
-..on (or
,ibi blue
In a recent
1 r.o.iui colour
11' 17 000
: a 1
:. OH 0 OW
1. ghi m
.* mast
. )-n,nf _
'o wear It flatters only .*> tan
iui.ni and slim, Am one over 30
or with a hip::ne bov. JCn
iliou.d beware oi il. 110 muter i|
t- j your liU5b*nd'\ Iwoun'.e
o.our Maybe he love* rou in
/ue. but (tell look v -lie pf
11 black
Pr oiour-corwcioup man
Cien buy baby blue Ma/goi
rern use* co our .. dram..
n her wardrobe Although it 1*
. b&efc, Abe add- a coat
u Dt.gm aa an emenid or a
>eony
Lad/ Lowaon. London a tormn
Mr Major1, brings colour into
Hack outfit.* with her hMa
Eileen Joyce MOs me hc Hkes
womunAmu
TOURISM IN BARBADOS
WHY, WHY
DO THEY ALL
IWEAR BLUE?


1 o loured giore*

Otain de la
fening dress she .
Silk Pallip- ul al| !
>lour Another *
l tonirasilng shoei
Qucnean ol Windsor
Let's have colour ia uw
wartlrobes b* all means /( pro-
eioVs a dash <,/ ipice aid p-*r
umallln littt U
'it annual tathttm '>(ue
Brickbats tor |um.r
BRH KBAT No 1 |fl
Iren'a
wave A m:IVon
vouna*:er> aireadv
those keys. What do yo
hup
"Energy? Course I've got energy.
- .1 short at out a girl, with tbr
most gorgeous figure I can see her
now Girls, you too can have the
ngure Bill's mooning over. Over-
weight? Take a course of SILF
SLIMMING TABLETS. No exercise,
no diet, just a SILF TABLET A DAY
TO MELT THAT UGLY FAT AWAY.
KILLKII.L KILL! D'You know it's only the FEMALE of the
* that carries disease germs In
Hi* insect world of course. Sorrv girls.
Ut IT S THUE. And the female among
i-ee*, that slings. Shall I go on. Better
not. Let's get back to the killing. No
:r.seci can withstand the VAMOOSE-
PUFFER. Just one or two puffs from the
I'AMOOSE-PlirFER TIN, and those
iirwumr Insects, mosquitoes, and flies
more The Vamoose Puffer Is
neutral of
'You know. Mrs, Blundel there's reallv
wthing quite like BANDBOX"
"Even for grey hair?"
"Rather. Apart from Bandbox sham-
poos and brilliant!nes, there is a *p*-.'iaJ
dressing for grey hair. COLAIRE. silver
[tinted, highlights grey and white hair
lutifully."
Making Christmas List* already? So
jre Jack It Jill here. Santa Claus will
come heavily laden for their three kid-
dies:. A small family" Yes. for these par-
ent* believe in FAMILY PLANNING. *""|
Wr enjoy ..uj. children." boasts Jill.
"and do want to do ihe best we can for
them. To my friends who believe in A,
FAMILY PLANNING. I recommend
Ra#fDSLL-IOAM as being the daintiest
and most effective contraceptive on the
market "
t omSuTinv^Tn""^.1' column INTERNATIONAL TRADING
CORPORATION LTD. Telephone 5009we warn you. the busiest
TakeEHO'S
-it settles
the stomach
HNO'S Fruit Salt is soothing and settling to
the stomach upset by unsuitable food or drink.
It will safely relieve over-acidity, b mosi
. mm oi indigestion, heartburn, and flatulence. Pleasant,
refreshing UNO'S is the gentle corrective most of us need to keep
D regular. And it is a safeguard against morning liverish.
JO'S lunuins no sugar or harsh purgatives. It is particularly
suitable for anyone with a delicate stomach. Keep your ENO'S handy
Eno's
Fruit Salt'
SPECIALLY
KKCU M MLS IILD
f -.< lUKGULAK ACTION,
B1CK HEADACHE.
IUOl'SNtS\.
IMiH I. s I X ) N. .(c.
Sold in bottle* far
lotting freshness.
When A Husband Spends
loo Much On Himself
Should Ihe Wife blurse her grievance Silently?
B Canon HIGH HAUNCH (,,, , aniwrr any ItKfr. 11 lu-
keep back from his wages to h* /or anuihinu to be done?"
fpend on himself Behind thl; What la one to >ay In such a
question lies possibly one of th- coso? This li wl.u I have told
moat potent sources of family him:
Unr?'t' L. t.1_L You faci' lt' P'Ofcpect of, maybe.
it was highlighted recently by 60 years of marriage thrown
the report of a divorce action in overboard through the impetuosity
which It was said that the husband of a young wife. Of course you are
pent a quarter of his 10 wages shattered. She has gone back to
!^r and t,*areUe This ex- the comfort of her secure chilci-
penditure was described as -pre- hood homewith her mother.
petrous by the judge in the You are alone In the small house
,f' which you have both struggled io
it happens so often. The make into a home. Or have vou?
uaoand either keeps his pay Whs the struggling more on her
secret and gives his wife a fixed side than vou realised because
amount or announce* his wage she kept quiet'
*** *- **l ol importance and Even *o, no woman of spirit
Proceeds to keep the house-keep- would break a home and take a
ThiA ?Wrn^ dr'n to nure ="<* fro" "Is father if Ihll were
vnich Is ludicrously low by com- the whole story,
prison with his own personal aa_aus
fcxpendttur*. m Alrsld .
1. I* T l i "*"* *li,B dropiMxl an Iron curtain
-v.. is-! "-ale? l-tween herself and you. Soinc-
r" ea,y to misjudge even Ihlng makes hoi afraid She dare
.vaK? wnero <*xtiavagaiK. not trust herself to discuss hfr
seem obvious and ^elnshne^s difficulties with you- difficulties
^ hPrdo.m",'.n1, For' oflen' which com* to niosI yuu" married
the husband's attitude to money couples as they
' Jin. -!ie new* |
iiuiei.t curu. arc also u i-
'ailab.e for Bi
i i ..!. :oo
ind a l loo soon What i
nor* nauseaimg Uian the s:m-
of :!ie average o&M
:i.rn suit or mannequin?
mothrrA I .sDOke with
jo-d4 five .-mid I
dream oi oernima mv da n
!'*:r_ l--' I >*rc and
is off to buv her oermina kit
to-dav -li vou had a seaaion
Rht with ran cur.ers vou
might feel differently" she
- d
Unprosscd
' *i-ndiimcd. uniaundered and
inoreaseil apuetrance ot manv
dren to-dav
0i oir .
).am
dren's imtid' *\
-' who ha*
tatng m:o mornlnn
f-hooi iiti agree imh Dr Mill-
that
H.O
- rr'-'-na
tri~mi~q Q-cicoult a'r collairit
-lh blM. 'd or SaifS '
H|M iuiIi ho.e .mall rallied
tolUn of bkKS or b.o-r. Prrno"
0' l-d on lamb 'Iff! OtVlOt
nohts a h -i l tti aa alpaca *>d
-ool itaotl coat (cealra) 0,*d
opottun oppMrt on couatrv
loMdi. ailnk sad beo.tr or* mrd
lor blac'-t ron coati
MoUtam. m J.qhi isatt ol
bfOwa mo*rl 0 ffturn for |0ikH
and trimming. Something now
i. -.Ion "Iw" that tponqcd ond li moth proof II
con b. modt riMmblin* mlnh.
i Tho tor 11nod lochrt MHt li
^'oeticol lor mtr -oid'obtt
" ol these locketi on
'e'orvble ith fob-ic i
Tho lat Iriatmod coat u is
* moit prico foagci I hots stes
>hm ol I11 quineai
r Bide to
r 111 u t f
nay's 'oung
iii'ithero hav*
II trhool dur
;
. i:
m from ih<
n.-dern girl,
cdu^'atloti
he o'd sew'ir
:mmhi w ii e r f
aflteami darn
ng ii.i
Jlid .-enera
- Bd | skill
were ta>.gh:
\nd to day man-
of ilien venin*
. i .'
muBing ih 1
valuable rain-
ing, too
Untidy
-too
.........." .. wwuHIeb aa til.-/ work OUl Ihf |>dl-
1,J Th C*,U,M "' d'*- *" "' ,htU llv" lnl h.rmonj
narmony. There 1., for imlanm Her sollcllo, will Ih. fortlfvln. h.i
i?, m. hi"J wh. wrolc '""' ,n ""* ""*' "h ".minus of
to me which -d: collusion-
"*'"' 0 waniiriy al all my She stands c.uulemnerl for om
mjes ,oMcttor ha. wnpd me with reason Hi least. She will not dls-
Hles with an Inda-
person. This puts
uoM6aek,Hi;e""ir"ne;'"~i w.onKatonce. She
We have had digicnllir
?!-. soilcuor has UTi-rd me ullli re>,.n at leas!
H "T', on "" * "I "'- her alBcu
""'. 'M / am dumb/ounded. pendent third
She ha. taken or nnall child ami tZ In the w.
nioneu matt-
'/ realise thai / hatv been self-
ish, spendlna (oo much on my ou-ti
pniusemeiiit and friends, and too
little on her.
"The terrible charges u>hich ap-
pear upon the petition are either
wholly untrue or they macrnlfu ""Ivor
tohat were eerv small [ncidentfl. marr
"I love her terribly, but she re- happ
lid and her In the
nOSMf, doSS nut rr.illy want to t.
her marriage even for the .>:.ik
of ihe child. It Is all very childish
ind iiMin.K'nr.
By facing problem.s and working
through them an undeveloped per-
nality becomes mature. If von
o hold off and let the
go through she might
again But her cham
s-s would be small.
On [hem to a fortnlaht inthv
tv;:h a I.* davs off at
-hr sinnus und hnhdav week-
' .1 '.! Cuiii;-
ir V Oaln H. La olacliia
its *uaa:nnon before the Pur
" c.i-. .-in n atonal &i.-..
Oil F\e u' ' Com in : :-
Parent* 1 spoke to to-dav
i l < riliuMaallc about the
i m They claim their children
inrod with Ioiir liobdav-
-- | n 'he.-e days of ork-
ig moilicrs
Bui I lound '.wo teachers m-
i unant about tlie olan.
Lon* holidavs are one of the
>* "iiDensatlons lor low oav
and a nen'e wracXina lob. tin".
.sav "if we lop: 'hat wed nv
up teaching."
Children's viewa were mixed
On* girl said; I'm alwavs
laouv to irei back to school
rhere's more to do ther* "
Autumn hats
* UTUMN ii.n. are young.
amai: and ;iead-hugg.ng
Yesterdays 'how emphaslatd a
-deway.' movement, well down
on -he neck. During vlie hairline
.n Iron: Tliere are few brim-
on 'he new hat.s
Panne ve.vet No. 1 fabric
and black the leading colour,
lollowed by emerald, ruby and
the cinnamon shades
Many pull-on suit style* ara
made ot woo. Jeraey. uimniaa
with COQtraaUOi velvet. Cock-
tail hat- raxry bunchv face veila
of coarae mesh veiling.
Mo*, unusual Uimming was a
<-i martingale belt on a pillar-
box red panne cloche
!-ton <-i ." mo.
Ry PENSANT.
Each year about this time Bar-
bados Is ble*sed with an influx of
visitors from the North.
Theae visitor* are welcome from
a moneyed point of view, tor w
all know that Tourism u our
second biggest Industry, and not
only circulate* money all over the
island in almost every walk of life,
but that It bring* us much need-
ed dollars.
But it 1* not only from a
moneyed point of view that we
welcome these visitors, but also
for the freshness and broadening
of outlook that they bring In their
wake, *o that for the short months
of their stay, the narrow confines
of thi* land seem to broaden
miraculously to embrace England,
Canada, U.S.A. Venezuela and
other large countries. So we In
this tiny Island are brought in
close contact with a wider
horizon, a contact that the majority
of us would otherwise not make.
Thua we are In the fortunato
position of entertaining charming
new friends who cost us nothing
but actually enrich our lives and
our cheque*.
Now for all these advantage*
from Tpurism, what Is liar bad .
going to give in return?
Some people would promptly
answer "why look at our lovely
climate our blue skies and bright
sunshine, what more can we give;
they get all that when they come."
True, there are all these
amenities to oiler our visitors, but
although we may take a great
pride in these things we can hard-
ly take the credit for them, nor is
I; through any effort of ours that
our visitor* enjoy them. These are
gifts of nature and are totally
beyond our control.
What effort then are we per-
sonally going to make to welcome
these Tourists, and to enable them
to carry uway the best possible
Impression of Barbados. How are
we going to treat them, so that
when they return to their homes
they will speak well of this island
to theli friends?
An- we once again going to
overcharge them in taxis and Car
fares? Are we going to treat them
| again to an exhibition of Bar-
i badian manners in the Buses?
Both theite means of transport are
important to the comfort of
visitors as anyone who has ever
travelled will know.
Are we going to rent them dirty
ill-furnished sea-side houses at
exorbitant prices?
The Beach e*
And the Beaches What about
the Beaches which arc the big-
gest Tourist attraction we can
offer, and which we have had en-
trusted to us freely by nature.
How are we keeping that trust?
Arc we going to let the Tourist
(again this year) step over dead
fowls, old tins, and saucepans und
.ill the other rubbish that befouls
the beaches Just because some part
of the uneducated populus (who
take no pride in themselves) are
incapable of taking a pride in their
possessions. Who sooner than dis-
pose of their rubbish in the
sanitary way of a civilized com-
munity, dump it on the beach, and
who sooner than in privacy arid
decency employ the correct way
for personal sanitation use the
beaches like any dog or cat.
If we do this, in all these ways
will the people of Barbados pro-
claim themselves to the world as
a -Backward People.- who have
no manners, no common every day
sanitary habits, and who exploit
the strangers to our shores. What
an advertisement for the Island:
But fortunately Barbados is not
entirely made up of "Backward
peoples" and there Is a section of
the community who know how to
behave differently, and it falls on
Ihese people to see that those
bk.Ls Oil tlu- ULt ilidiJi'l.i nf our
i' hind are eradicated. Our visitor*
have a right to expect friendliness
and courtesy in public places ouch
as in the buses. It is not every
visitor who can afford to travel
about the island In expeiiBive
Taxis or Cars. Many a family
would come oftener. and stay
longer was cheap and comfortable
transport available. But not only
is it almost Impossible for them
U get a scat In the buses, but when
they do. they arc- subjected to Ihe
roughest behaviour and the motrt
indecent language. Surely, just as
School Buses are provided fur
School Children, we could provide
Visitor* Bums" during the
Tourist Season, to run on U|U
Hotel route* and at popular hours?
Firm Hand
It i* to be hoped that those in
authority will use a firm hand in
seeing that Taxis and Cars charge
reasonable rates of fares, and do
not exploit the Ignorance of the
TouriBt of local conditions.
Is It too much to ask houso
owners who rent sea-side houses
to visitors to see that they are
spotlessly clean and adequately
furnished, and that everything Is
done by the owner to sec that
there is everything for their com-
lort and to ensure them an en-
joyable Stay? Here again it is
not every visitor that can afford
to stay in an expensive luxury
Hotel, and many, do matter what
their means,'prefer the privacy of
a house. But they do expect com-
fort and cleanliness In these
houses. Do they get it? And are
we going to let these people once
pgam see the streets of Bridge-
town littered and dirty, are they
going to be pushed and shoved
off the pavement by hooligans who
n'lsuse tho pavements as a meet-
ing ground for them and their
friends?
Wake Up I
Barbados wake up! We can-
not sit back on our God-given
climate, and think we need offer
the Touriat nothing else. We can-
not take the dollars and givo
nothing in return. Barbados Is not
the only place with a lovely
climate to offer. Other places
equally sunshiny are within easy
reach of the traveller to-day, and
it is to the place that offer* other
amenities besides climate that
these travellers will return to.
Let us throw off the habitual
"laisseit fnlre" and get busy to
welcome our visitors this year In
a practical way, in a way that will
make them year after year as
they plan their holiday, in spite
ot the attraction of other place*
return to Barbados.
Let it be said by them of Bar-
bados that "In Burbados we get
every thing."
i'i.
Be will carry her Immaturity gross exaggerations. Your silence
econd union. will defeat the ends of Justice.
Hope of happiness depends on
her refusing to give in now. And How *ls<> cfln - judge interpret
you must help her. >ur action? If your defence :s
moderate and sincere you can save
Ir you do not defend the case the marriage, and leave the door
of you will be tacitly accepting her open to re-establishing the marri-
for charges as true. You say they are age.
Take Advice
Your wife may of course, refuse
even then to come back to you.
But the whole experience may
turn her into a responsible
mother, and your stand for the
marriage may surprise "" '"to
seeing In you unsuspected reasons
for respect.
There is no reason why even at
this late date she shouldn't cancel
the whole divorce proceedings.
Your readiness to defend the suit
may make her think again.
When you are back together
again both of you should take ad-
vice from a wise marriage counsel-
lor. For I suspect there may be
other ways In which your mar-
riage has not satisfied your wife.
And. once understood these mav
well be righted.L.E.s.
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congested feelings, at the same time soothing
the nerves and counteracting depression.
The aches and pains ol '1-lu disappear in
no time. PHENSIC tablets act quickly
and safely. They neither harm the heart
nor upset the stomach. Keep a supoly of
PHENSIC tablets by you always.
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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER t. 1K
SUNDAY ADTOCATK
PACE SEVEN
FASHIONED m LONDON
THESE STYLES WON APPROVAL
TJteut Gboui Jown
(By IX>ROTHY BARKLEY)____.____________
LONDON. Oct
At ihr flr*i fashion show to be
hold in the Royal Festival Hall.
the audience acted as ludges A
election of styles in the parade- -
a representative cross-section of
English fashion for next year
wu later to be tent to a fashion
congress in Kansas City And the
styles to be selected depended on
the volume of applause Irotn the
judicii't-
Warmest applause created the
Tudor-Inspired wedding-gown de-
signed by Norman Hartnetl: the
white satin Court gown designed
by Peter Russell for a peeress to
wear under her velvet Coronation
robes; the impeccably tailored
suits.
A wide variety of designs wss
shown for garden parties and
other formal afternoon occasions.
One of the moat attractive was in
feather- printed cotton. (Illus-
trated left). It had a large collar.
niched bodice, three-quarter
sleeves, snd a slim skirt. To go
with It there was a jaunty little
can In matching material.
Velvets, printed rayons, multi-
coloured worsteds, organdie, sax-
ony suitings, cotton brocades and
denimonce an overall material
now of sufficiently fine quality to
be used for afternoon Jtis
were some of the materials in th
parade and In the fabric exhlbt-
vion arranged with it.
Particularly interesting were
two man-made synthetic materials.
One was nylon furIt Is warm,
can be washed and dyed. The
other was "Terylene". This is the
trade-name for a new British
fibre. It is strong, uasy to wash.
dries in an hour, can be perman-
ently pleated, and stands up to a
strong sun. That it has excellent
draping qualities could be Men
from the "Teryllne" dress in the
paradethe rlrst to be made in
this fibre. Norman Hartnell hao)
used It for a garden party dress
and crowned it with a "Marry
Widow" hat.
If this fibre Is all that Its mak-
ers claim, it should prove a bless-
ing
Fashion Footnote
This has been "Shoe Week" in
London and manufacturers have
been displaying an Immense range
varying from zippered fur-lined
overboots to dainty evening; san-
dals.
It is clear that colour has gone
to the feet. And to sandals in par-
ticular. These were gold. silver.
Inidescent blue or covered with
rich embroidery. "Mules" were
shown In two toned kidlilac
sniped with white, tan with green.
black with yellow, or in black lace
mounted on pink satin.
Casual shoes were shown In
light colours Including "apple
peel," yellow and beige; many
were in Iwo colours.
For evenings at home, there
were slippers in flame velvet ln-
set with gold and silver strips,
said a new line in bright suede
shoes called "Lamplighters." Por
evenings out there were variations
-. .1.1

I*BFT; Afternoon dress in printed cotton. HoUc* the revered collar, the racked bodice, the pointed
rap in matching the material. By Frederick SUtrke.
BIOHT Evening sandal In diamante-atadded vsl vet. The sandal i completely adjustable due to the
carefully designed strapping. By Holmes of Norwich,
on the gold kid sandal. Some
styles had gold kid straps twisted
and knotted in intricate patterns
Many formal shoes had a "bare-
footed" look, created by cut-out
tots on court shoes, nylon mesh
Insects on black satin, and narrow
straps on evening sandals. Typifv-
ing this look for evening is the
andal illustrated on the right. It
Is but a few strands of diamante-
tudded velvet criss-crossed over
the foot. The perfect shoe for
wear with the ballet-length eve-
ning dress, it should still only be
Been on a dainty foot.
And the heel height has changed
again. The trend Is away from the
"cuban" heel to the "spindle"
heelthree inches high, and nar-
row as an arrow.
Trimmings included T-strap-
plng which has not been seen
around town since the 1920's, and
the instep bar on pumps.
But fashion has not been the
only consideration of the manu-
facturers. New details making for
extra comfort have been thought
up. too. Take the "aerated" rub-
ber soles which give a spongey
underlining to the foot, and are
guaranteed to serve as a shock-
absorber against pebbles.
Other suggestions were flexible
insoles which enable the shoe to
bend as the foot bends, and elas-
ttctsed "collars" on court shoe* to
ensure a close, comfortable fit.
What's Cooking In The Kitchen
ONION SOUPS
Onion Soup With Cheese
For J people:Onions 2h butter
2 ozs. flour I tcaspoonfuX water
1% pint. salt, pepper, bread,
cheese 3 ozs.
Chip the two onions and pot
them in a saucepan with tin- but-
ter Let them fry gently and
when the onions start to turn
golden, pour the water over them-
Season with salt and pepper and
let it boil slowly for about f an
hour. Cut some slices of bread.
toast them. Take a soup bowl,
then put the slices of bread, then
the grated cheese, then again
the bread and the cheese When,
the soup is ready pass it through
a sieve over the bread and the
cheese. Cover the soup bowl and
put it near the fire for ten min-
utes before serving. You can
also put a bit of butter between
"ic slices of bread, if you like.
Soup Of Onions Au Gratin
If you make the onion soup
in the abova recipe, you can
ut the slices of bread in a pyrex
dish and add more cheese than
In the above recipe. After you
pour the onion soup over 'the
biead tiud Iho cbeca* you can put
the pyrex dish in the uven until
the top turns golden.
Soup Of Eggs And Onions
Butter 5 oss. I big onion, flour
3 tablespoonsful. water already
salted 2t pints, egg ylk~ 4 grated
cheese 6 tables|>ooiisful, silcts of
toast.
Put i o*s. of butter In a sauce-
pan, let it melt then add the
onion which you have cm in vlices.
Let the onion cook slowly When
ready, add 2 tables poonsful of
flour. Mix with a wooden spoon,
then add the water (in which you
have already put salt and which
is warm) a little at time. When
you have poured it all cover the
saucepan and let the soup boil
slowly for about an hour. Put
In the soup bowl the four egg
yolks, one once of butter and 2
tabliipoonsful of grated cheese
Then when the soup Is ready
pour a bit of it through a stem
and mix with a wooden spoon the
egi tin- hev and the. butter
Add the rest of the soup a little
at a time always sieving the soup
Mix again and serve hot with
shre of toast
The Search Is On For
The Most Be&uliful
Negro Girl
ft* Hits A HILU \M-
NEW VOKKNot sue* the
' David SeUiuck quest for Scarlett
; O'Mara for "Gone With the
| Wnid". tuu a producer gune uito
the (ax reaches of the Western
I Hemisphere to search for an un-
known sctress a* thoroughly as
New York producer Stirling Sil-
j liphant is now hunting for the
most beautiful Negro girl to por-
1 tt.iy starve Louis in hia forth-
i.nig motion picture "The Joe
1 i uia Story".
Hie fllm biography of the
world's former heavyweight
champion is scheduled to go be-
fore the camera* m New York
toward the end of January The
selection of a girl to play lh
champion's wife In (he photoplay
must be made by Hie end of De-
Long considered as one of the
most beautiful women in the
Untied States, Merva waa at Ant
rumoured as being the obvious
person to play herself on the
screen, inasmuch as Joe Louis will <
portray himself in the fight sc- I
hi in.- tven though a profr*-
t'oiuil actor who closely resem-
bles hun will act his part la the
dramatic sequences of the film.
But the time required to re-
hearse, appear in the picture tnd
u> lour the IIuiUhI Stale* m ul.
wquent publicity gppi
is eiiiuuilerod <'-o demanding ul
V.nvj Louis' time at home in
with hei tluldrcn.
Stirlinu Silliphant and Feder-
ated Film, who are producing the,
motion picture. ore seeking a girl
btrtWM-n 20 ..nd 24 years of age.
if whom it can be legitimate!)
claimed, she Is tho most beautiful
girl in North or South America.
Sho should be able to speak Eng-
lish and have some experience on
the stage, in dramatics, or on
radio or television.
Silliphant swings out on a fly-
ing tour of 14 major cities of the
l'nited States to Interview the
several hundred hopefuls whose
photographs have been deluging
his New York Office since the
news of the search appeared bs
the press a few days ago.
1 'ecau.se of repress iil.ilioii made
by the writer, he has now an-
nounced an x tension of the
search to the Caribbean and Latu
American countries and invite* til
pplicants to submit photographs
nd l>ackgrouud data. This should <
o addressed to Caribbean New-
Agency, 34 Jefferson Avenue, i
Brooklyn 18. Nw York aa quick-
ly us possible.
Already under consideraUon
from Trinidad. Is beautiful syrup-
p> votieu Mona Bapuste who is |
now the latest singing rage In Eng~
land and on the continent.
VIII \KI IWITfcU nscrvc
your '.able ..! the newlv opened
ACCRA BEACH a. HfcSII*-N-
Northemera ana to accommodate
the local resident who ihuiki it a
V to swim, wine and dine If
you ..re of that ilk. the ACCRA Is
for you. boMulifully spactoiu with
mdoor planting areas, lerracea,
bedrooms with private baththe
creative venture of Basil Brouk*.
Phone is 8290 or 8504
H Mi KIM. Til* ROLLS
ROYCE no finer car Is built to-
day"a very fair statement with
the car to prove it. smooth
power, touch-4lgfct controls,
ease of handling and parking,
economical running %nd a hun-
dred and one refinements not
usually associated with the
-i tedium price range. This u> the
ROVER '75' at Redman 4 Tay-
lors Oarage Ltd. iph. 449a or
.IC.5) on view in a choice of four
.olour combinationsan outstand-
,nc automobile.
AMONG THE MORE DE-
LII.HTF1 |. THING* OF I.IP1
art fascinating clothes. In Um
Village. Hasting-, HETT1NA LTD.
presents hii ever changing Salon,
:iii .i-.k pi. venting '.It. Be il-
neck Pullover, sleeveless for eve-
ning wear And sparkling, -equm
trimmed .apt and scarves in
coco-Jbcigc. lantern-red and
white. Exclusive of course
attractively priced and a col-
ourful Invitation to come and
see them .or pit 4941.
THERE'S A FARAWAY RING-
ING OF -I I li.Hit! ( I v. to ..ug-
liest, to remind to make you
laugh or groan or cry but any-
way to insist that Christinas is
Uiil> sevi ii week, .i\va> Time for
decorations these for Instance:
It uuner*. Chris*, Napkins, Una
Mats. Icicle-, struig Hells all m
the gayest of gay Xmas designs
from Holland. Prices are most
attractive (they're paper, y'knowt
to suit everyone's pocket andi sold
from leading stores. A. K. lluincl-
Smith A Co., Ltd.. distributors
ph. 4748
NO JACKIE HORNER IN TH1H
HERE CORNER (OH1) but strict-
ly Girls -little girls who can wear
the cutest handmade dresses and
short- 53.19 and 12.00 nunpek'
lively And Nursery designs for
...l-l |.. |..i .it tifc, a >.mi
with misty, pastel patterned nigh-
tie fabrics for Mum possibly, at
gl.27. Nalurullv. these are from
the Ceo. Sahely Store In Broad
St v. Ilmi. .- Ii.il von vi mi -il'ii
yon want it.
the gift;.
Sing for Men a> < AVE. SHEP-
ggURl a gu rantec at all-
round sJtisiaction where LINEN.
fUr. t i>TTON llniuaiee
an. made darui.
f Liberty silk
TIBS Ughtwetghl W(X)L AR-
H awl., while and creasn
Van heusen shirts, rayon
IVEN1MI STJARVES and lush
I'YJAMAS srosnd for your attan-
\M 1
Hot si:
A MAN OR AM I
the KAMa. is rniurs ,ht,
priHtuct a luper combanatton of
v.alnut cuhdaet Furniture and
mustr. It's the peciles-. PKllJl'S
RADIOGRAM at Mang* .
mission Dapt., ph. 4284 A ten-
tube Radio and 3-speed automatu
lUtord Player with imcn>groovo
ng normal needle a IVlRsSh
Uudapvaker. perfect radio recep-
tion and ample cabinet record
storage makes the PHILIPS
RADIOGRAM Um most tasnphng
buy In its field. Come and see It
hear it, and prepare to bus
THE MAGNIFICENT HERMES
AMRASSAIH1R a ravelaUon
among Office Typewriters. Full
I r. lection from dust, basket shift.
l'ghtning margins, automatic m-
!crl|on and withdrawal of paper
a triumph of Swiss upneenng
Hill The llf'.KMIN .: i-t
HesWal POHTAHIX aio of the
same family, lype consckMM and
nigRedly builtthe whole ran^-i
namnied *>ili :
MKRMriS is on sale at K. R
Hunte'a Store on I^iwcr Bi-uad
St. Ph. SIM

LOCAL FLORA AND immi
PAINTED riCKNES of the Island
are unusual, delightful gifts for
luaria or overseas especially
when douu on china or un eh uu
sot lulu polLshed mahogam These
riininal items are at Y. I>B LIMA'S
on Broad St.. ph 4644. BSMMd
and packaged Xmas Cards have
maiiu thou imporunt ppiamnci
at this store and there ji preaenilj
.n excellenl choice. Y. de Luna'
excites the casual shopper, you'll
see why when you're in.
a
BI'SY AH A BEE IN NINE-
TEEN FIFTY-THREE okay,
scrap itbut not the A
not SINGER'S SEWING ACAD-
EMY enrolling new pupils NOW
for the new course opening eail>
January 53. Sewing. Pnttcrn-
n ..knit drafting, adapting lei
tag New Year call ym, in pi.n-
Ikssjl way to this Academy
where individual ;nstruclton give*
you every opportunity I.
III.- .11 * l>ll".MI,.tklll|! A t i
call It Pack, right now Monday]
and make your reservation on
line 4927
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THE WEDDING MOHN
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STOPS
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Of
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t. in Ecssoiii, lick-
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PRESCRIPTION ify**" I
It's TOOTAL week in Barbados
ROBIA
A volle-Iike cotton of delicacs
appearance yet it washes
and wtart perfectly. Ijbtle
plain thades. adorable weaves
ind patterm. soti* it marked
Hgu.i7.E0 for tetted creue*
resivunct.
LYSTAV
tootal spun rayon which
washes and wessrt so wall.
Dozant of plain vhadei. rich
and "arled prints. .",''
is rnsrked uantzfo for
teitcd crtiM-reiistance and
drapes beauirtui.,
November 2-8
SEE...
(he season's new collection of famous tootal
guaranteed fabrics on view In the shops
In tootal week.
tootal fabrics make up so beautifully. They are
hard-wearing and wash wonderfully well. You are
sure to find one for your own particular purpose.
LOOK...
for these four world-famous tootal fabrics
R 0 B I
IV S TAV
L0M SI A
TOBBALCS
AM tootal fabrics
are covered by the tootal guarantee.
TOOTAL
IK* IMIAL 8VAIAI1TII
"Alt
rsgn
goods oearing tha
'ea trade mar-
hi are lasraniead u>
givoiaualaciMMt Should d^-
uusiacuon trite through
any defect in ihe msurial
Teetai oi* rssssce 11 or re-
fund tha erica aid aa* tha
CMtirxu'redinit tkir>t-up."
TOBRALCO
The world's fawoarlte rird
wearing waih cotton, fine
In the iunlljht. luperb in
the waihtub. A new range
of plain thadts a"d pnnti
for all agei and occasions.
LOMBIA
TOOTAt rayon IP plain .It.des.
stripes ind chtcks. Excellent
for blouses and dresses.
Marked Ttaautu (or
iestd '.rej-.a-reiiiunta.
guaranteed fabrics
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SI \|l\l, MHIMBEI!, 1M2
BAI^ADOS^! ADVOCATE
.i*mu4 4h- MtmM r IM. SWS ... WK|"i
Numlav NmrmWr 2, 1952
I'arihhran
liitliislrialisaliii
ini tilth session oi the West Indian
l which will be held in Mon-
Bay from 24th November to 4th
December will be discussing mduslrialisa-
tion.
This subject was debated at great
length by the conference which met in
Puerto Rico earlier this year. The im-
pression which Puerto Rican industrial)
sation made on the delegates attending
the conference which was held then'
under the auspices of the Caribbean
Commission was vivid. It was natural for
them to ask why their own territories
could not follow Puerto Rico's lead and
encourage capital investment for pur-
poses of industrialisation.
At Montego Bay it may be expected that
some of the delegates will reflect the
enthusiasm for industrialisation which
was spread by delegates when they re
turned from the Puerto Rican confer-
ence in February'- The conference in
Montego Hay is not a conference of rvpn
sentatives meeting to decide a plan of
industrialisation for the Caribbean. It Is a
meeting of representatives of territories
which are dependencies or integral parts
of four metropolitan countries, France.
Holland, the United States and Great
Britain. The constitutional status of each
territory which is represented at the con-
ference differs widely as between national
groups and in the case of British tern
tones between themselves. Fven if del*
gates were empowered tu make decisions
on behalf of their governments no agree
ment could be reached which could
possibly bind all territories represented
The trade of the British, American and
French territories Is for the most part
closely linked with the trading system of
their metropolitan countries whereas thi
Dutch territories enjoy a system- of frec-
trade. Apart therefore from constitu-
tional difficulties it is clearly impossible
for common economic policies to be agreed
at a conference which is representative ol
four different national trading interests,
and whose currencies are not interchange-
able. The international nature of the
West Indian conference needs to be stress-
ed If only to remind us that what is said
at Montego Bay (however informative
and educational) will hardly result in any
joint plan of action by the many individ
ual governments which will have to adopt
or reject programmes of industrialisation
The West Indian conference is an aux-
iliary body of the Caribbean Commission
which will be holding its fifteenth meet
ing at Montego Bay from the 29th to 9th
December.
The conference meets every two years
and discusses papers which have been
prepared by experts on subjects of com-
mon importance to British Caribbean
territories. At the last session in Curacao
agriculture was the subject debated.
At Montego Bay although industrialisa-
tion is to be the major theme under dis-
cussion the relation of agriculture and
forestry products to industrialisation will
not be overlooked. It is impossible to
assess the usefulness or otherwise of the
West Indian conference without realising
its limitations. The conference can only
pass resolutions which the present organ
isation, the Caribbean Commission, can
consider, but it is well known that the
Caribbean Commission spends most of the
funds which are subscribed entirely by the
four metropolitan governments on the
maintenance of its headquarters and staff
in Port of Spain. To expect effective
action as a result of any decision reached
at Montego Bay would be unrealistic even
If common decisions could be reached by
a conference with so little in common.
But once the limitations of the confer-
ence's effectiveness are realised the sub
ject matter of their discussions can be
appreciated at its face value. The Con-
ference will be provided with documenta
tion which will trace the historical
background of industrialization, and will
note existing industrialisation and indus-
trial potential of the Caribbean area. The
value of such information is obvious.
As the Caribbean territories are pre-
dominantly agricultural and must remain
so the agricultural basis for industrialisa-
tion forms the subject matter of further
documentation at the conference.
Besides analysing the relation of agri
cultural and forest products to industrial-
isation, the problems and benefits of local
processing of agricultural products will
be reviewed. And most important of all.
present and potential markets for pro-
ducts processed in the area will be investi-
gated. No one would complain that
information of this kind is not worth
acquiring: the only query that may be
raised is whether the delegates and their
advisers have the time or inclination to
master the documentation while they are
engaged in putting forwaril or listening to
their own or other persons' pet theories.
The expenses of delegates ere paid by
the taxpayers of the territories which
send representatives to the conferences
and every territory hopes that the inform
ation available at the conference will be
carefully studied and assimilated by their
representatives. Otherwise the value of
participation in the conference to the tax-
payers of the territories sending repre-
sentatives seems slight indeed.
The taxpayers of Barbados would ex-
pect their delegates to pay particular
attention to the papers on vocational
training and other measures to increase
productivity of labour in the ares. The
presence at the conference of the Secre-
tary of State's Adviser on technical and
vocational education should provide Bar-
badian delegates with further opportuni
ties to discuss a question which takes
priority over all others in Barbados today:
the question of training labour and man-
agement so as to produce maximum out
put without causing unemploymenl Be-
sides the i.hviou.s social and educational
advantages which the conference will
offer all delegates attending, the views ol
the British delegates on industrialisation
ought' to be especially interesting in view
of the fact that the Regional Economic
Committee will be meeting in Jamaica
shortly before the conference opens.
Committee will be meeting in Jamaica
shortly before the conference opens.
The Committee will have studied the
report of the conference on industrialisa-
tion which met in Puerto Rico in Febru-
ary and their recommendations on the
subject are far more likel> to result in
Hi by West Indian governments
than anything which is said at the con-
ference. It will be strange, however, il
speakers at the Conference are not guided
by the advice of the Executive of the
,.il Economic Committee.
Many hopes have been raised that indus-
i.n will assist the Caribbean
territories to raise their living standards
to higher levels. Many persons are scep-
tical that industrialisation can .succeed
except on a planned regional basis.
Others think that industrialisation will
create more disadvantages than the advan-
tages it might confer.
One thing is certain that a programme
of industrialisation can only be attempted
with caution, if lasting success is to result.
The conference at Montego Bav will what-
ever else it does give delegates an oppor-
tunity to discuss these and many other
views on industrialization which are cur-
rently held In the Caribbean.
Nil I in; On The Fence
AT a general meeting of
the chairman saui
re gathered h.
to dial uai housbaj Nag Um posttaanf
of ferms M displaced persona
caused by the callous methods t '
modern hygiene." (Cric
liear.")
"I have before me a book by a
dodos which proposes to turn us
out of our last household refuge
lh dishcloth." (Cries- of "Shame- >
Tor many years." the chairman
went on. "we have lived In dirty
dishcloths. From thci the more
ambiUous among us transferred
ourselves to the cracks in platen
-nd teacups. *^
"Though many of us wore eon-
lent to rear families In these cosy
little homes, our young pioneers.
--orning security, found fresh
mis to tonyui-r in the humor
body, where courage and enter-
prise were Justly rewarded."
(Loud cheers.)
"The position now, gentlemen, is
that, with OM of our chief breed-
IpJ grounds r|. Viied and so many
gefm destroyers discovered, we
fae extinction in the near future
Will Mr. riu oblige with some of
hil experiences?"
My family was reared in a dirty
dilhcloth in a little house In Brlx-
lo, S.W.." said Mr Flu. "The
kitchen was full of cracked cups
and plates. In the cracks we lived
'cry happily until we were ready
to infect the family, which we did
least i ' < Cheers.)
Wi- a von infer led visitors drop-
ping in for a cup of tea. They
dropped into bed soon after?'
Loud laughter and cries of "Good
old Flu.")
"Then the family washed the
dishcloth and threw awai UM
cracked chlnaware. For us It was
like atomic warfare. I was the
sh
.Vulliunirl Oul.l.i..-
ant) ssnrtwpi (Murmurs of
sympath* >
id. said the chairman,
Ugo?"
-e." said Mr. JoU, 1i
chiefly against the unfair use of
Although my family
came from a cracked milk jug I
lived very happily In an old man's
m* lor m.my years. Then a doc-
tor > and I was homeless.*' (Cries of

"In my view." cried Mr. Cold.
'"the present situation Is intoler-
able." (Hear, hear.) "A germ has
got t. live somewhere." (Loud
i;hi---i and Uugftssj I
"Therefore I ask this meeting to
nass a resolution deploring our
"lousing shortage, deliberately
a used, and to give notice to all
~oncerned that we will go forward
with courage and the slogan. 'An
English germ's home is his castle.' "
DOG HAS ITS DAY
MR X and his dog. Rover, had
come back late for Sunday
lunch When the spoil** meal had
been cleared away and Mr. X was
asleep in his armchair. Mrs. X
said to Rover:
"Had a nice walk. Rover? You
must have-gone a long way In two
\ours."
"Were we out two hovri?
"Did you stop .inywhere?"
f alu'dys stop at placet of in-
terest, or to ezrhanoe a co-mpli-
rietiiary snlfj uHth a friend."
"Did you slop anywhere for a
drink. Rover"1"
"X think J found a pond some-
irhere."
"We are not talking of ponds.
\\V are talking of the
Barley Mow."
' Oh. are .
"I suppose you've never heard .
if the place?"
Wo, I don': thin* / have." .
Did you and Mr X SO into the '
Mow before or after the
walk?"
A/ler. / think."
"You said Just now you had
never heard of the Barley Mo*
"Well. / thought you mtght be
annoyed uHfh Mr. X."
"I understand. Rover. Would it
be right to say that you and Mr.
X never went further than the
Barley Mow?"
'I went a little further. 1 met
a dog I know."
"And Mr X met a man he
knows? In the saloon bar?"
"He met dozens of men he
knout. He't so terribly popular.
They all u'orahip him, S I do
"Do they?"
"And he's to u-itty. They roar
at his funny stories. Such
a xeonderful mimic. And such
ner/ect riming."
"Go on. Rover."
"Ana so generous. You'd be
amazed at his generosity."
"I expect 1 would."
He altrays seemed to be pay- (
ing, tbifh everybody wishing
him good health. I was proud
to be uHth him. He corn told
the pretty girl behind the bar
fr keep the change."
"Did he? Well, thanks for the
information. Rover. When Mr. X
wakes up 1 can ask him how he
can afford to be so generous, psr-
Ucularly to pretty girls."
"Oh. please don't do that. Be-
sides, the't not prettier than you.
Really, she isn't. You're lonely."
"You're very kind. Rover, Stop
crying now and get on with your
dinner."
Ileautfy Treatment
MKItE and there in Bridgetown and its
suburbs and in country villages the appeal
that Barbadian householders should beau-
tify their homes and gardens seems to be
hearing fruit. But more could surely be
done.
This tourist season Barbados hopes to
attract mure visitors than ever to its
in irs and the tourist season ends with
the (tironation of Her Majesty the Queen.
What greater incentive could we be
offered to make our homes and gardens
good advertisements for Barbados and
outward signs of our loyalty and devotion
to the young Sovereign ?
The rising cost of living and the burdens
of taxation are. it must be admitted, great
deterrents to expenditure on what at first
sight might appear to be unnecessary.
KainiUes whose daily expenditure is bud-
geted for in advance cannot afford the
luxury of house painting but there must
be thousands who tind themselves today
with far greater incomes than they have
ever received before and who are spend-
ing their incomes on things less essential
than house improvements.
These persons could surely divert some
of the money which ts now being spent on
pleasures to making their homes attrac-
tive i themselves and passers-by. More
fortunate individuals who can spend con-
siderable sums on fireworks and other
seasonal entertainments might consider
whether some savings on entertainments
might not be used for home improvements
which have been neglected for years past.
Not every drab home along the highways
of the island is drab because the occu-
pants haye fallen upon evil days: many ore
drab because those who inhabit them do
not consider that the appearance of their
houses matters much. It is to those who
could afford to paint their homes In pre-
paration for the Coronation that the appeal
is addressed. The shopkeepers of Bax-
ters Road, the residents of ,Strathclyde
and the owners of small houses in tenan
tries, all who live in Barbados are invited
lit ask themselves how much can they
afford to make their buildings and homes
lit to honour a Queen ?
If much more could he done to effect
house improvements throughout the
island in preparation for the Coronation,
everyone who has a home can cultivate a
small garden with little expense. The
bggPCg of water in every home admitted-
lv makes it difficult for certain plants to
be watered but in many districts stand-
posts are easily accessible and many
plants require no great quantities of water
daily.
Small houses bordering the highways
can be transformed by small gardens if
suitable plants and shiubs are cultivated
and observant uersons must often notice
The contrasts which are provided by com
parison between houses with gardens and
those without. As communications im-
prove in the Caribbean and as other
islands become more tourist-minded and
better developed ihe attractions which
have hitherto given Barbados the lead
over some Caribbean islands will be less
noticeable, unless the island has some-
thing special to offer. Tourists are always
on the look out for unspoilt beauty and
natural surroundings. Unpainted houses
and untended grassplots have no publicity
value.
At a time when the dependence of this island
on the receipts from tourism Is daily becoming
more acknowledged nn all-inland camoaign to
make Barbados more beautiful would bear good
fruit IT is fortunate that such a caaftj
be supported by the thousands of Barbadians
nuke every effort to beautify their
: preparation for the Coronation celc-
b-.-*'ons in June.
The Last Word
THE vast schemes which ban
recently been started in Ual west
Indies have no certainty of suc-
cess: It would only require the in-
trusJOn of another factor, the pos-
iihihty that British sovereignty
might be atx Qdontd tn make theip
failure certain" Had that sen-
tence been written by myself 1
have no doubt thai it would have
"I'sts from two group*
i f inltviHuals' htfle who are an-
xious to assert that the West
Indies do" I BMtlBll sover-
eignty and those who are con-
vinced t*iat wl-i-tever Great]
Britain does in lh<- West Indie*
matt ucceeii H c luthoi of tha
words quoted above olsn wrote ssj
BottOwl Hu- share of the, West
ii i shaping their OWB ties-
tiny can becxaggcrated.
The more one considers their his-
tory the clearer it becomes how
much the initiative has rested
with Great Britain, how import-
ant have been her changes of
pcllcy both In the social nnd the
economic sphere The time may
come when what is being thought
nnd done in Kingston and Bridge-
town and Port of Spain has more
effect than w-hat i* being thoimht
and done in London. Should thai
happen the future of the West,
Indies would he of extreme In-
terest: but it has not happened
. at "
Womtmhmm between these ap-
parently unconnected quotations
from Professor Burn's "The Brt-
ish West Indies" (a book which
ought to be used in every We.-'
Indian school) lies the answer to
the British and West Indian
dilemma in the British Caribbean.
Any unprejudiced observer will
agree with Professor Burn that
the abandonment of British sov-
ereignty in the Caribbean would
result in failure of the vast
schemes that have recently been
started but a West Indian nation-
alist or patriot is not unprejudic-
ed. He is by definition convinced
of his own ability to M>rl things
out for himself and would not
regard as failure something
him personally meant
Commenting on the tact Uut a
irsiilenrr rSSHS ID Can-
dg STM necessary before admis-
sion to Uie Canadian Government
civice .i Coatii.in pointedly told
me recently that "it would never
do to be flooded out by compel!-
lion from Oxford undergraduates."
This point is worth making in this
connection because there is no ad-
ministrative Job )n the British
Caribbean which could not be
rilled to-day from Ihe elite ol Brit-
ish Caribbean schools if that elite
vanted tu enter government ser-
vice Instead or emigrating. Bui
Ihe West Indian nationalist who
would disagree with Professor
Bum's truo statement that the
possibility that British sovereignly
ni.gnt b* abandoned would make
the failure of schemes
II* .-orti' HiiHlf
opmet.i certain, is not often found
in the number of the elite. There
made solution to the
problem i ihe West Indian na-
tionalist: so long as individuals
feel that there Is something to
Sd by being aggressively
tic they will adopt tho
nd echo the propaganda
of those whose views they share.
Whr't is capable of solution
however is the unsatisfactory
state of affair* which are des-
cribed b> Professor Burn in the
statemeM thai what is being
thought i,nd done in Kingston and
Bridgetown and Port of Spain has
leas SSSSel lhan what is being
thought nd done in Ixwidnn. This
state of alTairs has in uo way been
Improved by the aeroplane and
the constant dashing to and from
London winch is nowadays ha-
bitual to politicians of standing in
the West Indies. The "experts"
on British colonies still continue
somehow or other to congregate
in London or within easy reach
of London. This does not mean
that the large English newspapcr-
regdlnr public benefits from their
n London bul it docs
mean thai the influential weeklies
of class and the specialist colo-
nial publications and the Colonial
Office itself is always open to the
advice and opinions of the ladies
Bd tvniliynon who are responsi-
ble Cor what this small London
I r: A "k and do with respect
to the Caribbean or any other
British Colonial territory.
l^onard Barnes in his book on
COl intSg makes tho poinl aiat in
the British cohMV-cs middle-class
persons can live upper class lives
but it is no less irue to observe
that in London anyone from the
oiluiiics who goes io London can
influence the thinking on colon-
ies which is to be found there
more than anywhere else In the
United Kingdom.
tor at least of the 12 months
in a year societies and organisa-
tions in London offer outlets to
Ihe ivformmg progressive and
high souled youths in then twen-
ties and over who have plans for
running the Colonies much bel-
ter than the British officials who
are doing their best on their vari-
ous spots, .pnly those who have
plenty of time to devote to at-
tendances of "cclonial meetings"
in London can have any idea of
the many opportunities which are
thereby provided to the ignorant
to pontificate on matters about
which their ignorance is only
quailed by unafhamed arrog-
unce. One can hardly blame the
gentlemen of the Colonial Office
for regardingthese colonial calls
in London with well merited sus-
picion but their very shyness of
the N.ylla of this specialised colo-
nial ignorance often leads them
into the charybdis of flunetuaUng
expert opinion offered by this or
that wise man who has recently
returned from service overseas
and whose oracle Is eagerly listen-
ed to until some newer Sir Wis-
dom arrives In the capital.
It seems to mo that Professor
Burn's acceptance of the position
In which thought and action In
London takes precedence over
thought in Bridgetown. Kings-
ton or Port of Spain Is due to hl
remoteness from those three cit-
fss.
As correspondent in Barbados
for two groups -f British new-
papers with joint circulations of
ten millions daily I know that the-
I'rofessor's statement Is true.
British newspapers of the popu-
lar type are always open to some-
thing which will tittivate the taste
'readers In our sense would do
injustice to the word) but the
are not interested In what Bridge-
town. Kingston or Port of Spain
think about important Caribbean
Issues. Only the specialist colo-
'ital publications which circulate
mainly overseas are Interested in
local points of view.
I do not agree with Professor
Hum's implication that the domin-
ance of thought and action In
txmdon Is due to any lack o.
thought and action In the British
Caribbean. The WesT Indian
Press and radio is full of thoughts
and actions sometimes ersult from
them but London still continues
to say the last word. This Is due
surely to the appalling ignorsnea
which -aim in the United King-
dom about colonial affairs: fln
ignorance which the British Press
and the British government in-
formation services seam incapabls
"i dispelling.
Because of this ignorance the
.iinvention bas grown up In Bh
\j nited Kingdom by which trK
British public which is responsible
through Parliament for the con-
duct of Colonial affairs leaves
everything up to the expert
cliques whose decisions on gov-
erning colonies are very often at
variance with what public oplntor.
would be In the United Kingdom
(If It were Informed) and wha'
it often is in the colonies.
Our Readers Say;
Taxation
To. The Editor. The Adtocofe.
SIR. The recent efforts by tho
Government of Barbados to soak
the rich have succeeded in
drowning the poor. Threats to
squeeze the "Big Six" like an
orange have only fallen on those
who are less able to take the
squeeze, and that means the man
who is really not at the bottom,
and who cannot get to the top.
I am not a financial expert, but
it seems that there are so many
ways that all of this needed extra
money could have been obtained.
A gasoline tax to the tune of
5 cents a gallon, while cyclists
I arade the streets for an entire
year on a license of 04 cents. If
cycle licences were Increased to
sl.OO a vear with so many cycles
in the Island a good amount of
money would be gathered.
Then there are the wayside
hucksters who enjoy the facilities
of our road and alleyways and
pursue their trade even black-
marketing for one shilling a year.
A hawker's licence could sasll*
be carried to 50 cents or ever!
3/- a year and nobody would
feel the squeeze.
Then there are many employ-
ees who are in receipt of over
$10.00 per week. A penny -tamp
sold or affixed to the
anyone who receives $10.00 per
week or over by his employer
would also boost our revenue
and no one would squeal. This
taxation would be quite just and
equitable.
Further, 1 see no reason why
the beds in the General Hos-
pital should go entirely free. The
people who use these beds are
not so poor in all cases that even
one shilling per day could not be
taken even to assist in their
meals. I know of many persons
who are in receipt of good sular-
Ies who "sidestepped" the Pay
Wards and adopted the life of a
parasite In the General Wards.
Likewise the $1.20 per day Ward
could be made $1.50. and instead
of giving entirely free dentistry
to able-bodied men. a fee of 1/-
per extraction could be demand-
Ani lastly. I would suggest
a Church and Poor Tax of 2 per
cent, on all Auctioneers sales.
This tax is collected In neigh-
bouring West Indian Colonies and
could easily be Introduced here
with profitable effect.
Taxation of this type would
be more equitable than hitting
every time at motorists and ln-
creas.ng income tax
The people who shout most at
tbsSoH should be made to carry
some of the weight Nobody ob-
jects to paying their fair share
of taxation but we do object to
tteing singled out for unf.iir
treatment of this kind
Yours In disgust.
BUKDtHBD
Yvnicv
To. The ITrfiroT. The ***.
SIR.Neither Eve Pa
von- correspondent WANDER-
LITST trv t" explain tho '-''-
' 'heir argument "Why
they call it Bridge of Sighs",
Many of the mistakes which
Great Britain has made in post-
war colonial policy could nave
been avoided if tho advice of the
hvell-informed in the colonial csp-
itals had been heeded. As It is
the colonial pundits In London
continue to dogmatise on matters
about which they daily know less
as their absence fntrni n colony
becomes longer. Much more could
be done to inform London about
thoughts and actions in the Carib-
bean: but as this would result in
lessening the influence of tho
experts who reside in or near
that city ought we to expect a
change In policy?
although It may not have beer
their intention to do So.
A great number of people seem
io believe the current story that
the famous Bridge acquired its
name from the passionate en-
counters of lovers meeUng in the
many recesses and dark corners
.'f the bridge itself. The explana-
tion is vastly different, however.
Because of the dark corners,
crimes were easily perpetrated
and unwanted people liquidated
and often dumped Into tho
Canal below. Their last sighs
which were far from being of an
amorous naturegave the Bridge
its name!
ONE WHO HAS NEVER BEEN
TO VENICE
28th Oet, 1852.
Tax And Big Amp
SIR,I read in to-day* House
of Assembly news that Mr. Adams
said that a man should feel no
grouse if he had to pay 10%, to
the Government if he won the Big
Sweep. Sir, why should Mr.
Adams try to make it law that if
a man wins say $30,000 in a Big
Sweep, he would be compelled fa
give the Government $3,000,
when the same (
no use.
The Government is only useful
to a selected few. Let the winner
of the Sweep keep his money ind
help his relatives and friends as
DSSM Mills hun.
Why not tax the Boys' and Girls'
raffle? 1 would prefer to five the
whole Big Sweep if I won It. to
help build a Deep Water Harbour
before I would help swell the al-
NgSftr well-to-do. Why should the
winner pay 10". when the Turf
Club is alreadv paying 4% on
each Book sold?
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... ian HAUL
LONG BEN AVERY, WHO
DIED A BEGGAR
PEOPLE OF BARBADOS (XXX)
>ry of a
man about whom a play c< lied,
the "Successful Pirate" was
written but who nevcriheless
riled ii beggar pauper be-
cause he lolc two millior. dol-
lars worth of diamonds
Of Captain Avery. Esquemel-
Ing wrote: "None of these bold
adventurers were ever so n-.uch
talked of for a while as Avery:
be. .. was looked upon to be a
person of great consequent:'*; he
was represented in Europe as one
thai had raised himself to the
dignity of a king, and was likely
to be the founder of a new mon-
archy, having, a* it was said,
taken immense riches and mar-
ried the Great Mogul's daughter,
who was taken in un Indian .ship
which fell into his band) j Hid
that he had by her many children,
living in gre-it royalty and
atate..... Yet all these were no
more than false rumours, im-
proved by the credulity of some
and the humour of others who
love to tell string* things: for
while. It was said, he was aspir-
ing at a crown hq wanted a sh l
ling, and rt the same time It wa.
given out that he wa' In pos-
session of such prodigious weilth
in Madagascar he was starving
in FnKland."
"Long Ben" Avery was born in
Plymouth, in the West of Eng-
land For many voyages ho
nerved as mate of a merchant-
man, and eventually he loined the
Dakf at fir-t mate oO a trip with
another -hip. -ailed the Dacheae
belonging to the tame owners.
Thev were bound for Peru.
It seems that "Long Ben" was
tiring of an honest life. Ha clev-
erly sounded out In* crews of both
ahips to find out how many men
would turn pirate with him, and
getting enough ho resolvad to
seize the Dak* while she lay one
night in Corunna.
Mightily Addicted
This was not a very difficult
operation as the captain. Eique
meling observes, "was one of
this.- who are mightily addicted
to punch." He hud his usual
"dose" that night and the few
members of the crew who were
not In with Avery went to sleep
unsuspecting. At the agreed time
the Ihicheaa's longboat came
alongside with sixteen stout fel-
lows who had decided to turn
pirate and under Avery's com-
mand the conspirators calmly
raised the anchor and sailed the
Dnke out of Corunna.
The poor captain woke up
later in the night no doubt
with a headache and asked
Avery whom he saw in the .-abln
what was wrong with the ship,
thinking that she had dragged her
anchor and was being driven out
to *e* by a iloitn. "We are at
sea, with a fair wind and good
weather" said Avery. "Come,
don't be in a fright, but put on
your clothes and I'll let you Into
a secret. You must know that 1
am captain of this ship now, and
this is my cabin, therefore you
must walk out. 1 -m bound for
Madagascar, with the design of
making my fortune, and that all
the brave fellows joined with me.
On arriving at Madagascar
Avery met with two small pirate
Hoops, the captains of which were
onlv loo glad to join forces with
him.
Rich Prize
After cruising together for a
while they spied n tall ship which
they thought at llrst to be
Dutch East Indian homeward
bound. She proved to be a richer
prize than that, however, for
when the pirate ships grew close
she hoisted the Great Mogul's
colours. The pirates took the ship
quite easily, and sacked her com-
pletely before allowing her to go
on her way.
On board were some of the
highest persons of the Mogul's
court who were on their way to
Mecca, carrying rich offerings for
Mahomet's shrine. It is said that
one of the Mogul's duughtera was
on boufj ns well, and that Avery
mada t0V to her. but whether
this is true or only a "fal*e
rumour" is not known.
After sacking the ship the
LONQ BEN" AVERY
pirate captains divided the trea-
sure and set u couise for Mada-
gascar, intending to make mat
paasM linn iiufc-ziiie aiiu hiding
place. However. Avery hao
thot-ght out a better plan. He sent
a boat on board eacn of the two
sloops to request the captains of
bout to come aboard hia ship.
When they were In his cabin "He
bade them to consider the con-
sequences of being separated by-
bad weather, in which the sloops,
if either of them should tali In
w .ih any ships of force must either
be taken or sunk, and the trea-
sure on board lost to the rest."
He went on to point out that
his ship was large enough
to withstand any ahlp they might
meet and any bad weather they
might encounter, and advised
them to put their treusure on
board the Dake for safe carriage
to their rendezvous in Madagas-
car,
Needless to say, that night the
Dake changed course and headed
for America. One can imagine
what contugi*ni ajuJ shearing
there was on board the two
sloops the next morning when
they realized that Avery had
given Ihem the slip.
Life Of Ease?
Long Ben and his men, having
bilked their companions so suc-
cessfully, decided to buy settle-
ments in America where they
were not known and live at
ease. They first touched at the
Island of Providence, and lest the
size of his ship should cause sus-
picion In American ports, Avery
sold the Dake and bought a
sloop in which he and his men
continued their Journey.
Some of the men stopped off
at American ports and settled
there but quite a number Of the
pirates, including their captain,
decided that they would like to
return to Europe and so Mil was
made for Ireland. Avery had
previously planned to settle in
Boston, but on arriving there he
realized that if he produced his
diamonds for sale in that city he
would have certainly been seized
on suspicion of piracy.
After disposing of their sloop
in one of the northern ports of
Ireland some of the pirates went
to Dublin and others to Cork.
Avery remained In that country
for some tinje and then sailed
for England where he hoped to
dispose of his diamonds more
easily. He went to Bldeford and
asked one of his friends from
........HMMMMMMH
Bristol to come and see him there.
This fnend suggested that the
best way for "Long Ben to get
rid of his diamonds would be to
entrust them to a wealthy firm of
merchants, who would be be-
yond suspicion, and instruct them
to sell them for him on a com-
mission basis
Avery liked this proposal, and
his friend returned to Bristol
and sent some merchants of that
tiiwii to see the pirate captain in
Hidcford. Avery handed over to
them ;11 his treasure, consisting
of some gold and diamonds worth
some two million dollars, and
after giving him lust enough
money for him to live on for a
couple of months, the merchant*
returned to Bristol.
Land Pirates
Changing h 1 > name, Avery
lived quietly in Bldeford. His
money ran out and after much
correspondence with the mer-
chants they sent h I m barely
enough to pay his debts, "in line,"
says Eaquemeling. "the supplier
they sent him from time to time
were ro small that they were not
aufflclcnt to give him bread, nor
could he get that little without
a great deal of trouble and Im-
portunity: wherefore, being weary
of his life, he went privately to
Bristol to speak to the merchants
himself, where Instead of money
he met a most shocking repulse,
for when he desired them to come
to an account with him they
silenced him by threatening to
discover him. so that our mer-
chants were as good pirates on
land as he was on sea.
Avery then went over to Ire-
land again -Hid continued to
solicit the merchants very hard
for an allowance, bul to no BTsuL
Hi sra| even reduced to beggary.
"In this extremity he resolved
to return to England and cast
himself upon them, let the con-
sequences be what it would He
worked his passage over to Ply-
mouth on a trading vessel and
made his way from there to Blde-
ford on foot.
But "Long Ben" Avery never
enme to grips with the theivlng
merchants. He fell s|ck in Blde-
ford, having been undernourished
for so long, and died in .. few
days, not worth enough to buy a
coffin. "I am bound for Madagas-
car, with the design of making
my fortune." he had boasted
many years before. He had made
it right enough, but his diamonds
had led to his death,
known of the
lehgion of the various tribes
imported li to the Island from
Africa; and ar they were con-
sidered chaltle they were not
taught the docliine of U
OH religion, as was done fiom
about the middle of :he igh-
lcenth i-rntury in Antigua an i
the M-nch owned Island to
they continued with III
rituals which had been estab-
lished by some of the first slave*
U url* At n*t the lav
ironi the coastal area of JUfMa,
out after all of these wer. pur
chased or captured, the tader-
went further inland
;l.i. k in trade. The*,
were mostly Arabs, erf*
to the interior, purchased the
different prisoners of itte tribes,
Mini-times making prisoner- of
their own. and returned b
coastal towns with the unlor-
tunate wretches chained to long
poles, which they cajTist
ihelr shoulder so th.it
would be no Bsaajti of eacapi
Many of the* weir taken from
dlflerrnt mix wlmn ha.i UM II
own dialect mi rstja
toms; so In a cargo >f M
salved slaves lawn mma ix onl)
a few from any one tribe. The;.-
would be luither spilt up
Individual purchas< oi
ters and merchants, ao that H
was posible for a new stave1 to
arrive at his owner's home to And
that there wa* no other member
of his tribe among the slaves
with whom he was (cs >
work and dwell
A i* usually the use in all
collections of people, sous of
better IntaUJgsmcs take the lead,
and it is the customs and ha hits
of these leaders which eetablp.ii
themselves among the ottwn, u
II would be natural for the newer
arrivals to follow the customs
that were already established by
the fount': arrivals and thin
descendants than to carry on
their own rites by themselves
so It would be impossible to
state from what tribe these reli-
gious rites were taken. In tho
>ear 1811, Parliament required,
from the different Uovernois of
the colonies, reports on certain
heads of inquire- and u> an
order of the House of Cum'muus
of 12th July, 1813, these were
printed under the title of -Papers
relating lo the West ludlas."
James Walker, in his i .
ters on the West sndjae,
published in 1818, quotes some
extracts from these reports, aim
these show to what extent the
slave was left to himself where
his religious beliefs ware con-
cerned. Walker records I'ani,
of St. Michael baptisms ol
slaves in on year, J70. Tin,
parish, by far the most ; i
In the Islands, includes the capi-
tal town of Bridgetown.
Palish of St. PhilipThe fol-
lowing statement is made by tho
Rector. 'Many adults and Infant;,
are yearly admitted to the rites
of baptism. All of this class in
Mnn ty. have likewise free access
to the other services and solemni-
ties of the church. Watts* < u-
UnuSg "Th>*ie an rune Mbet
parishes from which none of the
returns mention the baptism of a
single negro. One rector writes to
the Governor, 'With regard to tins
class of the inhabitants, I take
leave to assur? Your Extelleiuy
that I have ever evinced a readi-
ness to co-operate with the gen-
tlemen of the parish in any plan
for Ihelr religious Instruction; and
that to the few who fn qu m my
church (where eommixi.
are provided for all who sftteAd),
tvery encouragement In my power
is afforded Another tayi I
the short period of ir>> iiiiu-'iy
Your Excellency may be assured
I have anxiously avail
of every opportunity of i In
religious Instructions to Hm iva
within my parish; and li.'
behaviour of those I have already
prevailed upon to attend divine
service, induces me to form a
humble hepe that m> fluturs
labours for their improvement will
not be totally devoid of aiirjcasj '
..... The returns from eight par-
tly JOHN PRIIH M \
tehes take no aotftcs waawsvat of

hud they been all
ioul.1 not hsve been more com*
-'.atement ol the
will til the founder of
loaringlon College, th.
law waosB account of what Is done
in the way of n
tton under the church establish-
ment, for nearly 70,000
i bout 10.000 white Inhsl
a small isLhkI WsWfS there are
leven-f iilU'll. an.I
tailed it--1 and an
inli> f.. Uh grWJMl
'
lan mission to the negroes has only
baa I
.td r nary com-
plains that deep roMed piejudice
of thg mi*-
moii
. ktural tar Uh
iv,- i mi and ft

to resnatfi vividl) impressed on
oi the unpol '
;.nd thai their is*
children.
so .ii all, IheN WWJ one BBBMBM
them that when
they died U\e> would
their nattW
i neord th.it these om i
then hemeland and thli
.n after death t.
of Ih in to nude. He
relatts a Stor) 0 an Kngiishnian
, l'!i|.- ol V i
bjtand, mow si. Kltts),
tad an unusual nwttwd
for stopping .hi epidemii ol nil-

man wa* veiy rough to th>
tr of id- slaves dwindled
down every day, th > hangad.
.ii ^iinnually. At last he
. n.d by one uf his stsfl
that all hi* nafro i nad i' oivi''
to run away the following day to
god t"ere hang tricm-
"Ivr .ill in a company, to go back
together to their country." Thu.
would have been a terrible finan-
cial loss to thin Englishman, so he
resolved to use cunning on these
slaves of his. He then ordered his
while bond servants to dismantle
Of tlie null, the boilers
ol UW Rigar works and the still
oi the rum house, and load these
on carts which were to follow him
to the woods where this mass sul-
i.ike plare. Win -,
hi arrived at the appointed pot,
he found that intpaiation ...i.
i.oing ahead for this pl<>: fot
won making ready then ropas
wlth Whldh they were going to
innig ihemsi'lvts He upproai bed
'hern with a roj>e in his band and
old then nut "to te ..'-aid. for he
I Rd lii-.ud to their native lend and that he
.:-! iti accompany them to-1
gethsr with all the wotta of his
plantation, as he desired to start
.1 : V: lie then .
them that as they would
know all about th i | nufSI luie ol
ugir. where the other natives ol
Africa would lie i.iioi.,nt of it, lie
would sue them (Oj ihl* purpos'',
i would have m fait "i
their escaping from hlrn, he woul '
wi ik tin m both .I..v ami niri'
w itlix.it i i.'i S.ilui
days and Sundays, which they
were accustomed to having as
:hei> own time under his present
ownership. It ended in the negro
slaves agreeing lo remain in his
earthly service In St < hti tophei
rnlhei than D m his spiritual
BJ Dt ID Africa.
Thlfl btUaf of returning to then
i gtlva lead after death was hand-
ed down from gstwraUOfl i
e ration, and is confirmed by many
On jiltei I)' tie iiii<
in his l-K>k 'Notes un
he W^st Indies. Wi ilten dtirlBJ
I mm in
of the late General Sir Ralph
Al"-i i lomliy.' published in lAindon
in ihoa, m"ids ., lavs (uaaral
whi. h lie vttn< BWd while In Bat-
bados. He state* "The corpse was
tunvey.-d in a neat small begu
drawn by mc horse. Six DOyt
twi hi- men. and tori
women walked behind. In
.is follow

' for UM
i m >ng them, nor wa*
ued. No1
raja was heard no deep-
oundinii i
la pfrio-t
of ninth and joy. InsSaad
pig and I-
and talked and laughed
with each other, in high '

lowed behind playing at |
bols, and dancing all this WSJ U
the grave.
At the k-it"- oi the
i.rn frou.
a, usd bottw :
n gr.H*s. n t upon their shoulder'
but upon four clean white nap-
kin^ placed under the ctJSsW. Tin
innmitte,! to the grave
ly, on teaching it, with-
out etthsi ii.iMi xi ceremony
nd the cofflu, directly, covere.t
with earth In doing this, mum
del ill ttsotion was obsenetl
The mould was not shovelled in
Oh the -pude, abno-'
laturbins the daadL with the ra<
upon th
i.ifhn. but .is hm pal into t.i
W t 'i d t ' i c.ut'lu,!-. .
Into the guv an oboervanc
Which might be adopted la En|
much to the .omfoit
thC BffUeted friend* of the d*cca-
ed
During tin prVMSSi an old negi
v otnan chanted an At
and Ins BuUtltud )osnad her i
not In th
IT, or solemn :
bui ws toud and llvelj
in iinlson with Ins other falsOei
Ol the ot.aslon.
Many were laughi.ig gn
ng the whole time with the nans
men. who danced nd IfmhNh
during the cereniom. upon th
i.eiKhl-Kiring mave, Krom th
moment the coffin was rnmniitWil
ti the -arth. Bflchtni ol
the party. The u
"I in various ,u
recUons. retiring, or remain) n
during taa mim up of the grav
as Inclination seemed to lead.
When the whole of the 0 I I
was replaced several of the wo
man. Who had staid to chant, i
merry song, over poor Jenm
clay, took up h indful of rnoul
and threw it down again upon tj
nave of (hen d.p.tt.d fnend.
the finishing i i ti
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fliend t nthc, ,.....f . SI.(I
Jenny, good-by? S'e for send m
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liiughl.r, and accompanied with
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tadness."
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PACE TF.S
SUNDAT ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER J. 1M2
When 75,000 People Stood Hypnotised
a. i hi \ on aw
alwndy described, ihe
opening ceremony ol the XVtb
Olympiad In my despatch by
coble hut there art- one or two
points which for the sake of
brevity I w.is forced to leave
out Today I shall try to recap*
lure that high note of drama on
which the games begun.
It was a day that shall live long
in my memory. Firt of all I had
attempted to change my place of
abode in the mornftig. I say at-
tempted because although 1
moved from the Satakunta Hotel
to Homuci Academic* by the
mere act of walking out of the
first and registering at the sec-
OOd I never knew until I get
back to the hotel at night wheth-
er my bags had followed. This
was due to the fart that the mm
was falling and the place wit o
crowded that hiring a taxi wns
almost ImpiMdbl'-.
However between three of u
we managed to secure a taxi at
the lait minute and when It was
almost taken from under our
very nosee, one of my friends
grew so annoyed that he and the
taxt driver. V*arly came to blows
And it w aM over the fact that
my frlendtXImera. which he had
left in the.taxi as a fort ol
pawn, had wen handed in at lot
Hotel lecepOoi. deak at the
exert rm went that he was trying
to round us up to get into the
taxi When he saw his camera
dupplng wet. whlrh he l"ft only
n >ment before safe and sound
c -he taxi seat, hi* attonlsh-
ii *i; left him open mouthed. He
ml red.
We spent the entire Jouxnev
to the stadium trying to convince
the taxi driver that we should
not be dished on the spot and
..in Mead, who was still fuming.
that hi camera wa* only a lit-
tle wet a'd H wns nothing In
v. (SMlt, Tii* >' both seeinoii
to have considerable doubt*
However the rain was falling to
iv Hail any taxi wai better
than none at all We got ther"
e\*eituall>.
All pi*** -lands the worl.l
I v.. rOaTtTl be plagued with th
I rtuble. The press stand It
Afcot one would imagine to h-
;. -,.-' rxdurdve in the world.
Yet found pp*,ple who did no'
iv thaw als*>
W'.ii, Lily there w
] -- OT.cer who tried
i lo divide 00 seats be-
120 Journalists. Yet again
did we see unauthorised per-
ion; frequenting the preclncla.
A- Helsinki we wcic not onl.
Issued with | Pre Pass but D
geat ticket well. Yet whei
we Jimved there on the opcninr
day we found that ordinal}
spectator* had Jumped the
barrier to get away from the rain
and invaded our hauclum lute a
i ducks seeking refuge
iloin winter. nilhough thu dM
not last for more than
wo ware Ulex to be plagued wiui
children in Iho stand. Any parent
who bung* hi* child .it a press
box should consult a child
.vpecuOul on the behaviour Ol
toe human male towards its
yung, becauM- be u oventep-
i .ng the bounds of fatherly love
i ) the widest margin possible.
What is H that attract* them
> log PMM Stand? Is it the
innate liberal outlook of the
i mi nab*.is which prevents nun
i >ni objcctiig to outsiders barg-
Bfl in Or has Hit: world got
. .xed up over the "freedom of
.1.' presa" and taken it to mean
. ,*. anything provided for the
reag Is free for every body vise.
After pushing, pulling, tugging
lowering in both Standing ami
iiung positions, we saw the
pening ceremony. Perhaps one
mat will live in history as an
example of mass hypnotism that
batg seldom been surpassed. Can
one person hypnotise a crowd of
m on Page 11
VIEW OF IIIIMVKI VI AIM I >l
THE HELH1NK1 STADIUM u it .pn*red on on* of the days during
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SI NDAV, NOVI MI1IK _\ 152
-IMlll M.s.H ATT
I'sl.l II I \l \
When 75,000 People Stood Hypnotised
# tnm w lo
TS.ootr Tim n
- AmIaUM paraon who
came nearest to doing *.>
Mlas Barbara Rot
Reader will no doubt m
ber inal thts was the lady who
i ran round the track during the
| opening ceremony and waj late*
dubbed the "Angel i>( Pen..
art.
I To describe her act
went t the officials ihortl)
rfore the Kiiine^ were due IQ
| Cpen and asked if she rould have
- Man delivered at the open-
ing cerenmnv of her "plan for
uniting nations." She was re-
fused. She then decided '
liver the message herself and
buying her i
rived at the Stadium un-noticed
with the icst uf the crowd. Just
before the Benediction was to be
delivered by Archbishop Ilmari
S.ilomlf- she jumped on the Truck
end ran around to the speakers'
rostrum where she managed to
say "my friends" (in Finnish)
and "Ladies and Gentlemen" tin
English.
On those bald facts, perhaps
one will say. there is nothing
very extraordinary. But ilrst of
all one must vwtwttM I crowd
' of 75.000 in n vast omphitl
upon tier from ground level
ome sixty feet high. Then one
must realise that nearly every-
body In that stadium had
iramme of the proceedings in
their hands. Next one must
remember that Miss Pleyer had
to run down thu hone stretch
between two lines* of officials
who knew the ceremony almo<
by heart.
Yet not .. word waa heard from
the crowd during her dramatic
run round the track. Not an
official moved M she paused a few
feet away from them I
time to stop and walk onto the
grass and then into the |pilurf
platform. Still nobody moved or
said a word. She then managed
to say her two short sentences
and it was only when she paused
to catch her breath that an
official moved forward to appre-
hend her. And. even then he ra
not sun- of Unwell Ha pauaad
half-way across the track and
looked back at whoever had
directed him as if to say "are you
Mire?" It was only when he
received another nod from Mr.
Von Frcnckell, President of the
Organising Commute, that he
it-ally tappod out Of his trance
.-nd Into the box to remove Miss
Pleyer The spell was broken and
she walked out next to her escort
in the most crest fallen manner.
The crowd came to life again and
buzzed with excitement.
What happened to her nftc-
that is well known. She was taken
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THE OKCAT RMII, ZATOPEK allow, on. of hla wall known irlm.eM aa h. l.ad* Into tb. bom*
atl.tcb to win the Olympic &.000 m.ur.. Ho ta followed by atlmoun of Franc, ud Bcbadr of Germany
wbllo Obrlfl Chataway of Ot.at Britain baa mad. hla .peclacular fall in th. background.
PAIN'S
CELEBRATED
to Police headquarters, where it
was discovered she was only a
icligious fanatic from f>
and aba was later deported. But
before the games were over she
was back again In Finland, a
heroine in the eyes of her sect, if
not In the eyes of anybody else.
The next day Sunday 20th the
HrH event., took place in the sta-
dium The man who was to
dominate them made his first
i a for the gamcj in the
Brit: tin.tl. .Thus were many of in
introduced to the great Emil
Zatopek.
A Mend of mine has asked me
since I returned home: "but is it
nally interesting to sM ami WOtCfa
a man running round a Meld so
many time-."" Another said to
me; "I suppose Zatopek has a
beautiful physique and a long
rhythmic stride."
I*ct me asure everybody wh i
thinks, like my first friend that
they would sit. as I sat, staring
in disbelief for every lap of 25
required to complete that 10.000
meters. The fact that I stared in
disbelief tells my second friend
that his supposition could not be
more wrong. For the man who
kept pulling out sprint afl-i
sprint over these 25 laps. w!:<.
lapped some of his competitors
ighly five or ril times-. i> lean,
of medium height, and OBa f Ital
ugliest runners anybody could
wish to see.
In tlu- words of the inter-
nationally famous journalist Dr.
Willy Meisl "A he runs he
makes the grimaces and contor-
tions of a man undergoing al-
most unbearable torture; hi.
body 'slants' to the left, he rolls
his head in mounting d<
It we iv; and. DUN
not, hu tongue lolls out and, tin
further he runs the more agon-
ising becomes his expression.'
I read these Kurds of the doe-
tor's in that excellent maitazi..
"World Sports", long before i
went to the Games. When I saw
for myself I still could nt;|
believe. Next week we shall hear
more of the great a>tOPk.
>:>. --
VidmerAmI Daysh Win Golf Prizes
By HARVEY
Richards Vidmcr, former colonel
in the American Air Force. _and
N. G. Daytth. former commander
in the British Royal Navy, carried
off the honours in the Challenge
Ladder matches which came to a
cloao yesterday at the Rockley
Golf and Country Club.
After four months of compaign-
Ing, Vidmcr was at the top when
the competition closed and re-
ceived the prize for gaining and
maintaining the No. I position,
while Daysh was awarded the
prize for making the most progress
during the period, which ran from
July 1 to November 1.
The American contender started
in second place, dropped to fourth.
then rose again to the tup and held
on during the last couple of
months, turning back three ch*l-
lenges from J OD Egan and feui
iroai Colin H.iylev du*[. BM
stretch drive. Daysh, a New 7.cn-
Under, started well down the Ual
in Class B, climbed iteaiil>
match after match, and played his
way into Class A in the rgu
months allowed
A new ladder will atart luda.
with thirty-live players listed. It
will run to February I, IMS. when
the ilrst eight on the closing da it-
selected for the
team to go to Trinidad and de-
fend the Macthtyro Memonui
Trophy against the St. Andrew-;
players The remaining four
iilaccs on the team will be filled
by an rllmlatlon process which
Captain Efan will announce at a
later date
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FACE TWELVE
SCN'DAY AUVCK'ATI
si NDAV. NOVEMBEm I. 1S2
8000 COME HERE
TO LEARN
Private fortunes, business patronage and State nelp
bring men and women of the Empire to study tn Britain
B> C.MtlU.r IIITOllNSON i)uUUDClinK example of Srholr
About ''ii-Um* !
eu are .flYeki. But
verslUes of Britain (U autumn aost at mi ..'...r*!* through or-
lenn. Half of Usaa. rorne I
counlrie* of II. .ifTk-ld Foun tha high coal rravelttng rHhmshipe.
travel, tuition .n,| fojintciu.ii.i- *..rth from 770 to iTtao plus
Manv students are sustained b| vide a year's post-radu
publir funds. Others h
urshlps *. a-bo noui-
ish learning with
fortunes.
Scholarships come from th
dead and thr Uving
i Fundi which serve in-
cidentally ai memorials to gre
indastnal ot political career
Twa were created by Britons who
made their fortunes abroad, Ceci.
Rhodes and And
The Pursuit**. Son Won
Wealth
Rhodes, born 1833. was a liert-
ferdshue parson's son H *
out to Natal when he was 17. an.>
won wealth tn toe diamond neld
of Ktmberlcy.
Rhodes's scholarships hav>*
drawn to Oxford some of the finest
younir hi.nix .mil spirits of the Hi
Bmpiie ond the U.S.A. Sixli
ea or sixty-eight Rhodes Scholar
M- every year. Thirtv-t-
are Americans, the other*. Empn
men. They stay two y<
times three), and their scholar
ships are worth 300 a year.
ifnoclas. WSJ s KipltngcfrqiH- vi
ionary. Andrew Carnegie, son of
a Scots linen weaver, was mv
the type of mdu rtrtal n
was an immigrant Of
energy who made vast i
work" of I'ltlhburn
IViin^ h
iff ocnmr.R wwouum \hroxdi
Boy Duke Grows Up
On His Dream Tour
K* I'-MSUMi Uh h-lllll
nig the roj.il tour have nobevd
that hi the two short weeks since
it began the young Duke nan
1) matured.
. trance he is so like hi
i wherever he goes you
hear people using the phr
jiittin image" Those who kn
11 say the likenrsf

If the other chaps m the Duke
or Kent k school in Switzerland
could see hint now tasty would
.all Mm . luck> blighter. Whiie
they are -.tuck in their classrooms
,.: with the maddening In- .
taken half B term off to go on a n WJl||u ,lkfl hlfi fa(hfT Jg ,|k,.
lorn, stands like him eau nkv
him. talks like him and even
t'rmkf. like him
There is no doubt that this 17-
jaat'Okl schoolboy ii by natur*'
ahy He shows no signs yet off be-
\',^i Mi* ",'ou~ drawn blood
tour that
sehonllx'v's
.._.nli.g in Bnuin for rltl;
romnion wealth countrkW. ....
NufTield trust maintains; For hiN 17th birthday, one of his
rards fc.i Empire presents included a Malayan kru.
Thej cover three yeara' I which is a dagger with an oddl>
nd the'v are worth 330 shaped blade According to cus-
LR50-foi : man wh" tsfce it front IU scab-
mil, h...,,. plus travel hanjjrou.cannot.put it back until -. hc haf Qther Mlif, lnJ1
makes some 30 others In- weassane he has so far collected
i'...... - t J. I * bearded Sheik of Bah
Canadians In Uwalao ^ ._ .tn<1 an
Lord Beav^hroolI,ChaflOglWfgw. ^ fo, loppIng off , who c.n
the Univers^of ^ ftnms- ^ of ,noBe wno dlspleBfe you> *or*s
wk. ha* out-tanding 70 schelar- i ||(, |||r ^^ ,rKk#rs rm
nips for ^Mnsnans una^yaar^ Bornaa. now attach. i
ipire.
He Is clearly fascinated by any
thing mechanical and his shynes
when he talks to men
HI him how anythin;:
Um
In Thi*. Age
- Rein
nd
oatgfaduaM
half or two years''
ludy at LxmaOO
Tiftv-two of the 70!
dvt year schobu-shfp m
i. province, N<"> Ilruns- I
Eighteen are for Canadian | R#,al Weat ^^^ ^^ ^
holars who are sent to Britain i paeansr-^-ojuaUy useful for deal- rT^L.
- ing with troublesome p,efects and ^kT^
masters.
The wandering schoolboy now
needs only a blowpipe and some
poisoned arrowswhich ha awl
probably pick up In Borneo and
he will be fully equipped to deal
with the hazards of boarding
Curnt'uir And llarkness
( .< ial funds
before he dlad in 1'Jisi. Bmonfl
ndon awards are worth
[038 a year, and Lord Beaver-
pan traveUlng expenses of I school
.round 200 apiece.
I do not think anyone is fund-
lag more scholars out of his own Besides
iwhet.
ad with private scholar-
e patronage is apt to be
i Bui Ihi American scheme,
earned after Senator Fulbright,
ho promoted it. is administered
lanen und imagination.
idbrlgat interchange of
In A Jet
acquiring a private
umouiy the Duke has sat at
tha eoatroU of the B O.A.C
Argonaut in whu.h he came Ea*t.
he has sat in the cockpit of
Vampire >et lighter, taken
fotlov.ng the royal
all noticed how he
ich more at ease with
than Governors, with
sergeant armourers than colonel.
and High (JoinmLs,-..oners.
In this industrial age. when
labour relations are more im
I*.riant than palace protocol, this
trait of his may prove Invaluable
There would be a useful niche
for a royal Duke who could talk
to the man on th^ lathe with the
natural ease und knowledge oi
a craftsman.
on this tour the schoolboy
Duke Is not performing any public
alone Hut h' aceom-
nies his mother at more thi
nd
At'
bin applies between.the" USA ^ ^""^.ulu,*
a arore of other coun- ISf^'^h^splicel th
hc'l of a naval apcedboat, and ''" har engagementt. und to a
driven a railway engine through rtJ with aooa of his own It
Kuala Lumpur V*r,n'nikVht l "* th* lW
In the speedboat they let him "' ""'m together.
nd The Duke clearly worships his
____,,- i>oiher. And the Duchess, with
if genuine naval 'hB vigilance of a mother otter
,;limT^',r,,wJiif rum rn, .o. mora than 180 Fulbright wnetl lhls happened) ,l1 lhc "*"*
nd there re three In , between these occupatlona. Next Month
nlK'ii M free and > , closely aseocUled with school- Occasionally the schoolboy
he maintenance allowance is I boy dreams, he has surf-bathed because that it what he is still
uglily H460 a year. im Ceylon, and sunbathed under bsai too far behind at some
Hurden On The Taxpayer j tropical palms and swum in the 'unction or *t.inds in the wrong
There arc also 45 American' Strait of Malacca. place In a pleasant voice that
oiverslty teachers here and in the In Looks nevertheless carries the authority
1th Fund, found Kmpire with Fulbright travel and All this is good boyish tun but "1 a sergeant-major, the Duchess
go b) Mrs. Stephen maintenance grants: and the fund observers who have been follow- puts him right.
Also grooming the Duke is the
2g-year-old impeccable Viscount
B llarkness. .^. Althorp. son of Earl Spencer. He
The Rarknass money allow, Hut the burden of State help. rTPSi ri U,r'J^ioSUof '" Bn ?UC,T>' ' Th* 9?T fial.
yearly fellowship, at U.S. u,., well devised 1, upon the ^uJ^LJJi^ .1 Irholar '2*"? fr lh" ,OUr to U>k "*
citizens of Britain and taxpayer, already ovcrharaaaed- ILnlUh ,nduJt5i*,, givP- !f,T xh* boT- ,,
are. They are worth 4.00.. Knder oppressive taxes ^Ton.. J Jiff' ^JSjSJ""* ^ P'" h.VW "i ?m ""h^the
doiU,rs ,r,v" * ",I J"' a**""* "" wealthy, ,rfr*OMl ^'SSL MtHM|eJ .twt 5.^ 'L J?l ', S^t
notable Amatign. ,t lao, ar,- wilting As private fo?- '' /".'T oiract todMWal^aad i^ke goes back to ho
coanmem ,,,. t ,. diminish scholarship must1 P'^00"1 P*;^ '" l,k*lv Nmeirsber he will Ml.tg
upport. | s
BdM RtKU antady ^ive it_____________________* "
them i
varsities of S.otlun.i. The Scottish
trustee* have granted this yeai
two fellowships worth 800 each.
and 50 ..holarships. S;
scholarship, worth POO each phi
100 exp<
The profits ot American indus-
try OBpporl .itiotti- i fund which
deserves the gratitude of Hrtlmi'
the Comm
ed 34 yea
V. Harxneas and enlarged by her has paid this year the return fares '
son, the railway magnate Edwarh ( 3)0 Britons studying In tha
Tlic I mill in
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Mr FAf/.ILY COULDN'T GET ALONG
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YOI' MAY I KNM III THIS BOUGH TREATMENT >VHI< II HKEWHASTCK HI.'MI.K IS METING OUT
TO A GOOD CIHDMB Of" IUKS BUT I1H.IH I US. HE KNOWS BESTHE KNOWS THAT AMY
inn: THAT HAS ill IN OPENED. SOON LOSES ARBON \TlON. GETS FI.AT AND UNPALATABLE
HE KNOWS TOO. HETTER THAN ANYONE. II rW LONG IT TAKES TO PBSPABE AND MAXUBE
A BEER HE EIM l|l AI.ITV AND HI
IJKES Til MAKE SURE THAT THE
nRKR HE BHEWS ESPECIALLY EUR
YOI Is KNJiiYKD TO THE FULLEST
MEASURE.
CARIB


si NDAY, HOVI MlllK t, !-:
si Snv\ ADVOVATt:
l'\(.l lillKIMN
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS a GEORGE DAVIES
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
BRINGING UP FATHER
" m
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
sis
^cCfov
! Ike Lair
KiX Grorcr VI
Q4fm9
Gordons
St&ncls Supte*K&
With
ui;i.\t;Ki;x's
BE EH I
Guinness
STO UT
FOR SlriENCTH
C. F. HARRISON & CO. (Barbados) Ltd.
P.O. BOX 304
BARBADOS


PAGI hh
SI NDAT ADVOCATK
SI M>AV. NOVKMBEH j. ItSt
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELtPNONt SOg
IN Ml MOKIAM
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The i
d ot< it..
I
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Albert.
Lag !

OODtMQ >y oi r)

i
I ok rent
HOUSES
i on sai.i:
AITOMOTIVK
I n. .ft in v^iy
M i.' :: eg
Hillmen and one AiiirlMi
A|.fi 1* I Jordan.
'ulcrldBe Slre.t. I ll-SB-ah
M unregi*
r>( Kale ON. below ll*t pi.
..ill oi (MO between a n.
g dgBBB
,. n.nig. I -
s..>e
?an aa, S**l DM
1 U.
. :. ftJLA a* hp
M in good condll.on: New
lattery, no inwdbli oRer refused
Clalr M.vnee Farm Reed.
1 II 11

mm ii-hp.
A fine Htoii^i including
\'
rlo imi H U <'.(..rd. Chrysler
11111 SV O.UIAUE Dial
P ... M ..
BLBCTBICAL
PAITVaUSI
31 I* IB-J
Batteries all
Imcli and
dhUu 1Mb
log mmI DU ing Boom. be*

: -pctt. 81. JUDM

. lamp. Clwuic Mm Serviee 1

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nnn. Bai-
MMN,
idling Unarm illjy
. ft. Service Ltd Ptvand Mil
M1I.EENE"

orreeeJoa
*t Cbarrh
bedrooms and -11
Apply
-
I
i-iiii -ni. lood i
i plant, Wat.
For poilliuln
: \nni r.madian r'laml
ilh lock*
LMa Electric Sale* At Service
Coldmlor" 5 cubftt-
i i ...,d. ittanl ..>
< guarantee
I v Service Ltd Phot,* MM
ok SALE
MLSC I I.I.WIIII S
% \.\OI NCBMBNTi
AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS -
Vary attrariltr Unas, nleeiy worded.
Boa** oi i diBsrenl Card* at |l oo per
... Sec thm at our Showroom ai M
iwan Strrel The BaT< AgrnO*
Bdo.' Co Phono MX 111 *1 In
Man R
''nUnfi and
M FV-ter no
|| I'..,l..l.. M
Han aoi 3n.
Hundtn I M p 1
I'llllM SAI.I.S
An.Mior oiimivM!
Hs.e you tiled UDANO Whole MIA
Fonder? M not boy a Tin lo-ey. Freak.
hlpmrnl Juat received. I Hi > 01. 1', IB.
taaa lliMH obtainable at fell leed-
, RvaaBH 11 la SB3n.
HAL ESTATE
CIPUUH'AJ* TUB
A lAltit luaai
Selling al a SS-I .liwo.M.1 t
U-jU L Bayley. Bolten l^n.
iir-..KAri.>N<
I u I
. MAIM CANS Tha popular No 1
. !du< Only M crata far ktaBdla laawranl-
KAKHWONS MAKI.WAKf
UfkOAD TWXT Tajaji llai
23M l.ll.a-at.
AT SPOON Ut DLL Partly Sl.n
T.u-Wort. i Hrrtic." CiOd Condition.
:. Rp..
'ront Bpara for a Mhop -
* Imi lor a 1M*. liu.i,,
tMD AT rOKTAlirjJX
and. About aw q.
(>< Moray 3 Bulraai. Vrry
(ar only
a i^.a.
A I'M*
Uaod C-nfltlan.
I lll-IIV
s..
Al Quality Win
lor ChlMran Cwwbov OaMaa
CanVfM Outnta. Policeman OuiflU ah
inplrtr >-|th Hati ! Uiain an dui-
at our umplf Room* at II Ivan
Tha Standard Aiancy iltdoa> Co
coopns Atnpot. n.VoPRAY* *-
-urai CodknaCb. ObUlnabla irom all Uadlnd
oraa In two .r, 11 m MI*.
rt.it.
M I*
I nrMOH 7 A.uia adjuatablo
idlllon lta* A B
m i T5 -
i IBATMM1
Pnliahlns Mnpa Apol* H
* Co Lid ~
I 11 -1n
pVt-Laal i i Mr
amba Apply II
Ltd ihai nn
- LadM* and Oanli
F Chmmwi at Co
H'l l.FR rVRNITlIRC IM1JBI1 II or
nd M oa. Puntitura Polwh Apply, IIP
Tvaaanaaw Co Lid DUl W
I II *--ftn
1 ILI.KH BaWM
.1.1
IFS
Pip. l>i-
itla. Toik-i
kit. TwAb.
Pan. PUw Scrub. Rug aid PI
r<>wdar. Cttniplaxlim, Comb
Wall Bia-aku l^dkaa and OaiU llnlr
Iruahaa, Bnavkaa; Bruahaa and Haajdabold
Joomi. Apply H. f. Charanuin J> C. .
Id. Dial am. '' LadaVadkj
(JUT A uaolul Gill for a Mand
bruad- Tha Barbadi- E.iaiaaianl
Han*1 with 1 baautllul pirturr* ol
.r-.r laland and tha prlra U only 17-
KNIGHTS LTD Mt*
. Oalm (or Only Xi.im N.
A 1 Badroom laa Oood aa Nowi 114___
S?!!2. 5T" U?* - "AW
OARfMaWB. Oaaaf for Onlv Cl.i "
IK BtXLKVlUX
ana atomy, iPartly Stonai
room. Oaraga. Very Uoad C
Only Xltoa Nat Alaaoat
IRjaj 1 Badraam 'Partly Stonai Bunfa-
. - -l ft ATQOVT HilX.
a ITrmlM-. at Ra*>
danra. A-I Ruamaaa StanU
tknul SIO M p m Vacant Koine tW Only
CI.IH Nat IN NEJJaON st a
Radroaan RValdanca, Can Vuld ab
n Can alao Make a Oood.
_iut,d. Wairr. Ltdbt. Uoini f
OaJy CBM Stt A <;...-! Buiidin si
it Maiopll III 1. about '. Atlf. Ootl
(or Onl U ' N" tm an fl It
Wall Knon that D P da Abrru I.EAOP.
lor ID" kTT J^UCER and MOVT DK
siitAiu-i. PBOPtama iMiutaa *r.A
SIDB nra.i. ANVWIttKE DIAL Mil
Call at oiiv* liouih". Ilaatlnti
Bill DWO -all build-
inf. aituatad in Uppar Rent
la*i -Ki.it (rat of lann
Oaound Roor rantalni larda .hop Enlai
prlav Cycla Co. i. dining room, aaara
ranm and kltrltrn. UpaUii. alli>
Uiain room, fuui Prdrooma. totlvt and
. ( tion by appolnlmrnt on
ipplKifr.n to C O Oltbrni ALfWJ
On* ...id thrra quartan am of land
Itualad nddl Baarbr tlaadl. St Ptilltp
P.*rell.nt bvildiiur tifaa ASSty t C 6.
Gltiona. EntrrpMaa Cvcla Co. Uppar
R>uuck Slraat. lor pricra and rondllm
Jia Tflephonr No MM
IIM-1
IAND-4SM a. II. HiuaU al Laynaa
h.-.i Hrittona Hill luitabla for bual-
or raaManca all modern rommodlU
IBMS Apply to A R I
sritA.roN UalHrltn Road. In II
C.U near tha Savannah Apply -4
Mlaa Q E T Itovrr on "
pramiara. TI : u M-
SHAKE* ~ MS ahara
Shipping a. Trading
Cotur. Catfoid Co
t. Brldir.i *i.
,n The llaibadot
. Ltd App.V
No. IT. High
THE OAHI.EN
Haad, St. Micluirl
I Radd.. 13 Pr.rnr
corn.r. cattord
HOUSE -
landing on
' land
Glaaad TUJC* Whtlr. Pink. Blua and
Graan Alao good Quality M gauge Gal-
vunload ahaaU In ti. 1(1. and B(t Enquli*
Auto Tyre Co Trafalgar and Spry
Straata Phono MM
I.ILM H :.
INDIAN CORN At DraKhall. I'lanla-
lion, St. Grotga SS.00 per Iluahel
1 11 M-Sii
INDIAN CORN at MOO I'n Hu.h.i.
Ko.k Hall Pliinlalton, St Prtrr
I 11 S3 :..
rarvad. wedding Ring*. Tia Cllpa ai
BracalaU. Wm D. Richntd. A Bom
OLD r*lMIONBD JIWaXUDlT
A lew ploce. of Old raahloned Jewel
at r-aaonabla price* Wm D Hichaidffa
RFCORDB-Calypaoaa Catypaoaa. Tla-
r"e Mopale. Kltrh Saaaphona. Sold.
ib Song, and many other popular hiu
r -|.nnnn and Round
New M. II IV S3- In
MINGS (i.iit. Signet Rlnga. boaullful
raignt. lowaat prlcaa Monog'ami
ilgrnvad In theae rlngr free "I rjkSrgi
|aa %'r,irwood. Jeweller. Bolton Lona
.STPF3. DRUMS SI.30 aarh. Appiy
I' \IIUAI>l>S BREWERY Phone 41M
31 10 U -In
SI'KlNt. C I Mllu.v I Nil!
itked in Caleeoa for Padding am'
.vrrlng at U33 each. Apply-Thi
standard Agency |l.doi< Co It Swan
hlrrel. It .on.- 3*30
111.11 !
M r AY /;.
.Ii'i.lng Fllaa.
a button KNIG
Anoaol Spray. For
I I 3n
... to tha OaMy t'tagr.pa
.gt.nd-r Wading Dally Nr.apaprr im
riving In Barbadoa by Air only a f.
> after publication in Indon Conli
.n Gala Co Advocate 'o Ltd Lo>
iepraaanUllve Tal 1113
'T.4.U t f
SUELLAC Pure Orange Shellac .
Una M cenla S pt II 40. I pi rtH >
I ajl cam it MS each IIADKISONS
HAJIDWABK hTt>RE. HROAD STREET
TMSI 3IU and 33M 1.11 33fr
i,.... ,.', new ih'ni op i m* n m
K IS- Ho rraaonahle MR
Apply to Mr. E C Field Phone No
tv In
TANK -One 0 gallon heavy quality
iHanlie lank. Slokaa fa Byrne* LM..
I*q) RtraM 31.10 Ssan
. VllI'MfcNT 1 Copper lined
..den Tank*. MS gallon tapacil<
. :. r .. pg i:k. Lrk UsM BBTM
lot Fan, Pipe FitUngi. Laboralorv
.t|ulpn.ent and many other filling. grM
rquinment Suitable for lactorlo. BAR-
IIADOS BREWERY. JThone *3M
31 10 MJr
WATCIII.* l-.dle. ..nd GenU l .
'wel Watebea In Gold R Q f(talnle
l.m-eai prlcea Ale* Yoarwood.
er. Bollon Lane 3 II il
IM HMiWI
AUCTION
By tmtruitlona of the In.uianre Co.
will *r. n CRAltiS OARAGE.
IthTHCCK STKE3TT ON TUESDAY th
I 1 p in 1M0 Ai.'tln Sedan Cal
-inngfd U- Flfl IMIMN I AJaH
R ARCHER Mi K
And Ion err
a ii.uan
By inatraciUiiu of the InauraiMe Co..
Will aell ai Meaari. K H Hunte at Co.
id va.eh.ii..- Chapel Htieet. Wednea-
day Mh al 1 p in Orapriotype M, Ad
ing machina damaged Term, caah
R AfkCHftal UtKENEIE.
A NMMMM
JNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By inatrurUona received Irom
Mean. CVI-i (iaroge Ltd, Pli
treat Ilk IMO Hlllinan Mlna laa.i.aKad
in acrldenti Tern Ca.li Sale al 3 p I
*. DfCaWI GHIFFrni.
A i.i t loner I
I II S3 A\
UNUtK TI1L SILVtK
HAMMER
On Thuraday th by order ol thi
i lo the
I Of I
lilt
I- MiKinrtrv we will aell the FUmi-
lure at "Dunblane", St. Law ranee Qfa>
which Include*
Very nice old Colonial 1. Pedeahal
inning Tabie. Braaa Tlpa and Ealri
leaf (or ExiaraUon; upright and Ami
(halra. Rocker*. Card Table. Couc"
Bargrre Arm Chalat Tea Trolley. Ski'
board. H.iiatand. Ornament Tab lea i
In Mahogany: OLaaa China; Dtnni
4 Tea Servlrea. Pltd ware In Wallet
Spirll Keltic. Spoon*. Fork*, ac. Cut-
Irry. Large Braai Tray ft Stand. Brat.
Jardinlerea. Finger baitn* fte: Carpal
PKturea. Verandah Chair*. Hand palnte.
Sera ana, DuuMe t atngld Simmon
redateada ft Spring' Deep Sleep M..t
tresea Mlrd & pUIn Preaan. Dreealnn
Table. Linen Pre**. Lad)'* Deak
a.ediclnr Cabinet all In M
iMinled preaaea. Drea.lng Table* gtc
r .."i.i... a Tiunfc. 1 Burner Oil Stovr
fiet Hot PUie ft Iron G E Rafm
lator in working order. L-rdor.
Kitchen Utenalla Scale* ft Wela-ht*
Anthunum*. Ferna and many other
:em
Sale 11 30 o'clock Term* Cftoh
BEWKIft. TROTMAN CO..
Auctioneer*
UNDSB THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Tucadil}
M the MUM
Aimllure .,t
II h November
aell Ihel
Ganiaon
No JO. Block
..'hirti Inrludoa
Dlnlnc T.ble Waggon with g*a cup
board). Butler* TTfty. Korkcr. and Bary
ing Table. Revolving B.-*
Ca**>i Tall ft l.m PUnt Pedertal* Chea*
d V.. T .Me- I i.-or-Lamp. Eactltotre. Uquor
Ca*e all in good old Mahogany Olau
i-..led ware in Entre Dlahea.
Waiter. Cande Snuffer. A Dleh.
old China PTuR B*rvlco* ft Plate*. DU-
servlcoa: Cut Gbwa Table
I pap, s P Candleattck ft Shade. Braa*
ware, old Scoliiah Print*: Ru*h Rockora.
Verandah Chair*. Mahogany Single Bad-
read and Spring-Deep Sleep HSMH
'.-.lai l'rre.. Book ahelvra WrlUng
Deak, Veat- Sawa-lng Machine I-arder.
Kitchen Table*. Ware Pre-ae.. EleetrtC
Tikute' Fcut and many other Item*
Glands Restored to
Youthful Vigour
In 24 Hours
Sciontist Explains How
N*w Discovery Makes
Men Feel Years Younger
ZU. lit n.r MT. WM.rl> mi .r*
or psi fern> T*U giaaaeerr. aaii
TahVa. taauleaa aad ras* f Uk*. * n
am. * aaaa*lr| .seel in arllng *t-
D.'i a. w..u Ma..
SI,'
aa* rhShTr "*J"t
5S*rVi'1t'?-"'
nm&i
ss
),IH(VMIM NOW!
,tion DM bee
which 11
tang will
K-i.dom i
due lo arrive In Barba't
morning of Tursdny, 4lh Novem-,
!
It. a) Ihr BUI
nd Ive
,, about 10-M a m.
Al 8 p.tn. on Monday. 3rd No-
vember I HV Will
.i maaMiBe to the people
ol Barbai!'- OTI !>, HedilTuMon
... rvkM 2 11.52- In
dawn w all Ine bed) *<*>> *al
Ike tia* ieiit ol yalhfal
rear an* -n.'ir Wi in lb* (land*
Satra an an yean ( parwaaa, Madal
nd enbtllra. H > mf aplniao thai Iht
r>dM*l feiatul* aoa a. Vi-taft* nor*
era** In* aa**! aaadera aa* aMntinc *!**
a.I i..al-*ai af .t:a..l.u.n*. *nd In.tg-
t..i.ii. | th |'*i and Ci.. l.idi la f-
*Ui* ?eaO.d.l **joaf and .rtaliir la lb*
Feel ReiulH In 1 Day
n*(au*t ViT... -. atMiHifkalw ****
! *pgjy*-Ja***1*
aj .' MeilM i ll ." M We**
- i**.lit Ua*i <--< irpan an aalaa-
........-Mr* and

le
health.
r ft
ic.
r m I
-, _jB***ei*ni ailh
that th*r l-*l <"i '" ou'**r
r***lu aa^ bara a. -
JIM i '<< *** ' '
huii had ahoaat *w*a)
I *<* aelnf Miong. !. api
-,. eSMI
lulls Guoranleed
K). *0 ,"";;',V_V. * euUlaodlog h*( W-i tha ** M
CVfar*
Oet VI.
YEAST-I'IIOS the anrwer
ts your problem. Viumiiu
and minrrhli co*Tib*oed io
' VEAST-PIIOS are you* key
a *,ood braltb.
YEAST-PHOS
GENfRAl TONIC
vl.("i..
Mat mail .-' !".
D.clor rralMl
Vl-Tobt
*I-Trt' h
*"*
...............imii,
ENGLISH
POTATOES
c. per lb. RETAIL
*5.5(l per BAG
112 lb...
Al No. 11 Swan SI.
27.10.52511. X
".. ,:
anoll.tr day Ira
i VI-Tat* I

Vi-Tabf Guoranleed M.nk^vuluo
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
MILISi, IKOM MHIiri
ClTTlCA. 31.1 October. 1M3
M B. NMSTOM, ltti Ki.y-.nber. 1*43
BOSKIKJP. 3t*t Nov-mber. 1SSJ.
SAII ISO TO (I ROPE
M.S OKANJEATAI). :t..l N n.inbrf. 1M
a tILINU in TaUNIDAD. nia'iM......
iv BRITlaB Ot IANA
M.S HONAUtE. 20tli October. IMS.
M.S 9T1-NTOB. 3lrt October. 1M3
COTnCA. 11th Na. timber. 19M
MS NESTl>H. Mth November. 1MJ.
BAILINIi TO TBIMDtll
S S FfKA. lOtb Oetolier. IMI
- Ill IM. TO TRINinAII AMI I I III AO
MR HEBT1A 10th Novamber. IMB.
Hu-K.-iP aih December. 1U>
I* Mi-Mis BON A CO. iii.
Canadian Nalinnal S(nanishi|i!r
atlTHMOVNO
-- Radoey
aaadkaa thall*a|-f
.... 'Ian I .-I."
.11.., r*n.lrarl*i
i-<*y Baftnay
(nedlaa Challeni
i a nad Ian Crnlaer
Ifha
aatu
Mealiral
M Oct
4 Nov i Nov
SB Nov
I Dam.
I Ball*
Barhadi.
H Nov
7" N, !
. N '
.11 I).
trrtrei A M... A.rl...
Boaloa Bl Jahn li.nr..
It Nov. 13 Nov.
1 Dor 3 Dee. ih
o d-c. a Dec
33 Dec. -7 Dec.
r faltbrr parllralai.. appl> la
GARDINER AUSTIN &
CO., LTD.- AgcaU.
UJJIOrr mee WATKlNSi
ii.Id mvielf leaponalble lor
ono elae eontracttng any debt
ay n *j i unleas by
I do noil
1 or any- i
..I ,i.i,i.
lin.WKI.lt. TROTMAN fk CO,
Aurllnnrrr*
1 II. S33n
, LOST & FOUND
public are hereby warned agai"*t
givma credit lo my wile IIEKVL IRENE
MOTTLEV mee Beryl Waaom a* I do
*. hold mvaelf roeponalble for her oi
aa contracling any debl or
iv name unlea* by a written
. ider aigned by me
GRAFTON HTZHaTmirRT MHTT1X%
Aahlonl Tenantry.
SI John
111 Ed 3rt
THE public are hereby
LOST
l-X; A It FTTH CASE l-idie.- blue *
.1 MARCASSITE CtBaWMM Caw hai
Ad.eeate Advertialng Dcpa-li-.
Hurt' You Sturtvtl Your
Xums Shoppinff r
Yuui Jewellers Louis L. llayley of Bollon Lone offer
you a wide selection of nifls
\Ve have jusl received a large range of .
far pierced ears, as will a. clips A..
bangles in designs you'll simply love, will, matching
necklets In diamante. Also tinner rings with turquoise.
coral, pearl, aquamarine, etc.
Alway* shop at Louis I. Bayl.\. la* inop where
vou can l)e sure of the rjest in quality and service.

LOLIS L. BAYLEY
of
Bollon Lane & Aquatic Club Gift Booth
Phone 3909 & Phone 4897
SWEBPSTAKE TICK IT
tit) F.nder plea* ret.,
at Clair Catwell B3liawahTg
arM*
. ._. Ooodn,:
noM m*eef I
contracting ai-. .lihi ... dedla in
unlea* by a written order
aigned by mo.
LIONEL MAYtaut.
.
si Thnmaa
3 11*3 3,v
SEA V1!W BOB!
IHlIM
II \s | |\(,s |i VKHMMIS
Duily and LfiiiRterm Rales
luotfd on request.
Permanenl (iipesea
welreme
Dlanrr and Cocktail
I'arllr. jrungrd
II IH'CKLAND
Proprietor.
AEHOPLANF
EXCURSION
The fir.1 al m h""l * be given
by the avail known aportaman
Jchn 1 Toppin ol Mlndabury
Road Prom Borbado* '
r**a ;i*
riii Mmel xrommoda'i
Board Traniportetion in and Irom
a 'port alao lncli..1e.l ir (are
levying PhMtfJO Mh ol April 1BU
Pelurnlng Saturday 11th Don't
mlaa Ihla opportunily lo ee the
iBBBMBMBBn Piovince

Mr jon
I Road-
Si M.. I
: ii j-i,i

SATISFACTORY
EVERYDAY
SERVICE
That feeling of petiu in pur-
channn drugs Is ilwayi expei tn. It la
miwi gratifying to us to note this, lor it proves tli.it our
untlrinj e". >U lo provide the i^t 0f gervlcc and the finest
und purt-st foods, have hurt ttia desired effect.
will trade with ua. wn fee. lul* Ih:.'
!"^l.C*,..W,U. lruP1"" ,n >"' tf" feeling ..f secunt.v and
cause you to become
Lei us be your far
fgular (Uilomer.
illy druggist*.
COLLINS
DRUG
Broad Street.
STORE
REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
NEW Bl NIIAI-OW
c toilet and
-.ih. modern kltehen, iwo aorvanta
,.*n* with IMIet and bath, garage
Phla pee party ean be bought a*r
rraumable figure Pb*aae ronlael
BWEETFIELU
Large atone houae compnalng
upatalr* three bedioom*. large
I,..... romp, dining mom. two
ic.ii.-u and bath*, one with tub
bath and hot and cold water.
gallery DownMalra: three epara
landing nn *|ii.i u.iuu.l.-li It
arrea of land .bum 100 *arf. from
Olhje* Beach.
rival
pretent owner, and can be had lor
a very rr.iionable price 1 rupee-
Boa by appointment only.
t...........
Situate al Maxwell* Coaat Road.
ir three bedroom* with
running water, combination draw-
ing and dining room*, modern
kllrhrn. tin let and bath. Tha
ii aituatad In n good)
reildonllal area with excellent era
bathing A aouhd invralmenl at
a varj low re.ervo puce.
Rt'NtlALOW
MaaM In Rorktey New Road
oeaanvindli it .. au VaWaaal **Hnl -'
the Ootl Courag uniihetructed lo
It lumpnan three bad-
i.-ana, one with built-in cup-
lioard*. di..wi.|i and dining room*.
model.i kitchen, lollol and ba'h
Dnumlair*; Servant** room with
toilet and both, garage (or Wo
i BBMgh room tor laundiv
.tt Tlie property Hand. o..
approalmalaly 11.000 egaiaie fe-t
of limd
RI NUAI.OW
- at Graeme Hall Tcrrae-
racllvely deigned coah
tuning three bedroomi with Ullrt.
and bnlha allached. dining and
living room*, kitchen, verandah lo
The Weal and a nkfe patio lo the
F-.l The property itand- on
appmaltnalaly ** acra of land.
EVAWTOW
Slluate al Top Ruck comprtlbig
three bedroona*. Iwo with adjoin-
ing toilet and bath, aparv room
thai ran be uaad aa a bieakfail
room or children"* nurarry. living
i. i dmtrtf room, kllcbon. toilet
ana hath with hoi and cold waier.
yriar.dah lo Iho Boulh and ratio
rfertk The outbuilding*
romprl*e of aaryant.- room with
ti.iln and bath, and a U'pe
gurage Iriapoctlon by appointment
only.
I-OVE SPBDHQ COTTAOI
A lovely eoiuge *tarydlng on
rood. TI perchea <* land Mlual
al SI Jam** Coa*l having lb>
owa prlvolo bathing beach, and
rompii.ii.g Ihree bedroom-. With
Ki.ite toilet and both lo mam
Iroom. drawing and dining
room*. Bui apian bath with hot
and cold running water and
aeparnte toilet, modern kllchen.
and a gallery on two tide*.
M>Min\l It
Ovrrlo- mwm
t> M--H R*. H Pad Hand-
irg Hi appro-, rnolrly * acrea of
land ha ng ai i. re hard
tally FMeted fr It tree*
The ho.
aan. llvl N room.
il.t. UK) halh* with hot
and cold -al.. Large v taaMkaM.
a aaaaawa,
laundry.
ha* been r.tei raaal i'y
JOHN
hi.
Ill iUOS
A.F.B.. r.V A.
Rstenalve Lbllncs of Gas*]
Class Properly and Land
Always AvaUablc
BOMIMEDg
Slluate In the tiaineon. I
M .'. I ..{.ii* I.. .1 l'-il-
roona. cnnbination living and
dining eoom*. aeporata toilet and
bath, kllchen With built-in cup-
board*. Verandah the whole length
of the building. The outbuilding*
CBBkBrlM two aervanu room* wjlh
waUr lolUl and a garage for two
car. The above property BSMMS
i ii approximately I.Me 0.11*1 feat
o( land Thla houae ha. 1 .. and
.leeirtc raUonmg Inapaetlon
by *ppoinimeni only.
snuati
-ith running w
TBt SXIBBON
a*n
,*t Road.
Mirua all
with
attached, living I
room. Urge kitchen.
toilet and bath, open
>r'*n4ah on Iwo aide* with one
in* *ea OulhuiMIng*. 3
ifinriU room*. laruB" for two
rar* Tha praporty .land* on 3
'hi* I" perchea ot land It*-
pecUon by appointment only.
in I \N aFRAY
Siluale al Rock ley Rood adjoin-
ing toe lamou* Bocklay Beach.
beat hi bathing In Ihe Uland
liivided BTMO Hare* Bale and bring
.h manlhty rental There
aaaV
not
Bl MIHOBTM
Situate al Welrhoa. Chriel
within lfO yard! af lb*
BBS. V*ry rea*onably priced
Ploaae eentart us aa anon as
r,-il.l*
REALTORS Limited
VALlBSB
lai/kM sot nn a "riiir
naivoEToWM pbohb m
FOR SALE
HITNGAI nu/. LOIMM
at building cmtiaclor*
The afOT* daiton provide* ?
-. with bulll-ln
wardrobe*. Iirge drawing raaea.
e*M>r*tc din ing room, kitchenette
wflh b-.-aaf..* reow. and t-rgo
poo'.y The garage and arrvanf*
gawrbera are detached Mains
water r-1 1 -.<** I tualed hi a new
and *elec' lasMlanlUil area fiom
krw*
oohi'. The
and The h
ol
mli 3'. mile* (.c
Kb
*Bpm.
and the price naked la vary fair
inO<-d We can recommend thlt
listing very highly #
I'ltl'JMTWoOD St Ijw-ence A
nd com* rloble
wh.ii. mellnw* w' .
.umundi
and oo
Three bedroom*,
dining i.*n. kllchen.
|i>llel .nd .Un.fr. wid*
verandah looking sea-1
.-.rale garage and aarvants' rooms.
Ideal eruid* home In a good
reeldentlal Qjarlar
RESIDENCE. T7IE GARDKN,
WoKTHIKG Modem coral stone
bungalow on corner nt* with
wide frontage* Pleasant gardkm
wilt, flower bed*, lawn, ICBlrlM
natio. and number of bearing dull
emprises
idinii. Own beach (ranlag*
1. -thing (actinia*
iSS
bedn
ing
w rone., w.ll litt. K.lchcn, garage
4i.attcs* -i.d all usual
omcee All public utility service*
BBM1 i( tie nvxt attractive homo*
now available in Ihe medium price
range.
COtlhTTRY MOUSE. CHRIST
CHURCH IW-mfully 1. .pointed
realdence with alnguUrly attrac-
tive and unu.ual fr-alufe. iltualed
in well wooded grounds of over 3
actea Bpariou* well proportioned
recepttot
indatl
b..l
roomt, 2 wlUi pllturo Upe
w.ndows. T,l.d Engti.h f v both*.
t 1-1I1I water in batnioBm-.
kitchen, butler's pantry and laun-
dry, perfectly equipped modern
kitchen completely tiled with
tainlea* Heel sink and fitted wall
cupboard* made to the hlgheal
(landnfd Small iwimming pool.
Two cloaed and Iwo open garegea.
usual office*. Considerable num-
banana. sugar apple, poor*, lime*.
orange, aouraop. mamie apple,
uium, mango, pawpaw etc and
kllchen garden Imposing
drlvi
irsM
1 1
,',.>,..i
COUNTRY VllaLA. CHRIST
CHURCHWell bulli home with
large lounge and dining room,
leading onlo wide covered ver-
andah cunning Uie en lire (iot~
. wide view of lire crHmtrrohh- tpM
-. 1 Two rartn nd one *par"
(AND. TWEEDSaDE
On main road wilh 101' (
Ideal situation l"r l-i.iie.
lie. T"tal area 1B.1SS sq
fl.
There
pern
H.il.
S2a*T
I developed enu-
res I dent u I area
naay conuawsMl-

r.tmont
\:,'\
.-AtABlANCA. MsawaU* Coaat
- An ouMUngftng pisanrt. *en-
ba-iying Iho ***eat pre-war work-
manship Metl designed for away
inning with I reception norm.
bodrooaa*. verandah. kIMaMn.
'. garag*. ib.rerooma. oM
land la sppmitmiitetv 1 acroa
flower snd vegetable gor-
piwdntii.* orchard and coco-
grove One aero walled
en may be mid sparaiely a*
rUBtatlcaa BuU4i>g
Phoae MM
ichrd garage snd aarvnnls'
Krrna l-*iu..'*quo w*n eare.1
M g'ounda ol abnul one acre.
..im lawns, abundance of flowar-
li-g shrubs and flower*. n*k gar-
den, and goog mature kitchen
garden. (SsmphrtelY rural but
only S* mile* from town.
NFA* BUKOAI-OW. ROCKlaBY
- Commodious home wllh 3 bad-
.'- UvUag room. Wide
verandah wllb good view, men-
en pant", aervanle* roaata and
.Im. -.111. a*! ulualian near
Oolf Course C 4.300.
wimdy wn-tx>wa---------
ST JAMI3* Soundly conaliuned
atone bungalow with aaoMsus
livrng rooo.. 9 large and 1 sntatl
redrnom*. acellentlv placod -
and.-, -llreclty overlooking Iho
*ea, donn-talrs kllchen, servi.nt*'
roan, and rioren-om* Offer*
avrssW
ViiiHi.-. HOME. ST PBTgsV-
A lUkUlBUft] appointed frildenc*
lednoea S IU*d bath-
* butter's pantry, kitchen, store-
room*. I gaiage. The groundl are
Mpartls laid out turn pro-
( gowrrtng *hruka. Own
ragni ol way lo SOB.
illerv On'land
I'llSEBS PRBMISCB
DWrSLUNa HOUSE. ROEBUCK
e-gHIJ Good ..iii.tfci for
1 rt ol Ihe
ty.r, tJ.*S0.
l-\ CARITA. Bockley Mew ROO*
Compact modern sv.ne bungalow
well U"-inni-d with lacilral living
roo.ii dining or 1-adrnom. large
anain bedroom and small ran*
bed'oorn or dre...- ... tiled
bathroom wiU. latest type lu
bath aupfdiing hot water, airy
verandah, kitchen and garage The
gllWBIlM ar about I acre well Mid
Sowag beds t-etable gat-
d-n and I mg IrwB Uea^. Eaiv ,^
il, minimum of dOO\ellc
help and very suitable far retired
ADERGELD1E Maxwell Road
Vary auundly conatrucled slona
bungalow erected in IBSI when
building malerlai and workman-
hip were ol a higher standard
than la ueuiiily obtained today.
This property ha* a draw ing room,
dining room, kitchen, email liroast-
(..I room and 3 good bedrooms. A
wide gallery run* on 3 **de* 1
bearing fruit tree*. A gPOd
horn* oblainable for a ree-
1 )r Hgure
NSAM Shortnabam 0*r-
Maxwell* Ple**anlly *ttu-
1 .rflcrn ilona built bungalow
. sere and -hlht o*
to trio sea. The building M
med with a Urge


SI Ml.W SUM Mill |i
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< bMHm. 1 p i.
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MORAVIAN
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m
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BETHEL METHODIST CIRCtTT
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DALKimi-B a m ftov p VlvWn
H*v* CtimmuiiK.il 7pm Ml <1 IIjkdci
KIMCNT II J m ll*i T Vivuu
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7pm m> v Ohm
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4JL1, cmvmcm
ki>ina*r k
IMn aadjua X" > P tn Sunatov
In l T II p m Holy Conimuiix.n
mam * r a aim**.
THE SALVATION AIMV
WBI.l-lMGT.iN ITHIIT Hi.n1
FaMituI TMctt-U m Hmimm *>-
'.. 1pm PiMt*mmi- rfHtri by
Yttunii PM*'. 7 pm *. iiUon Mrs-lit,.,
StW Hum tod Mi. W MorfU ronn-
<>a*ilrd b. if* Om.-.rml Band
BI'lIHitTtiUN CENTKAI. 11 I m
Kollnmuj Mr-mif. 3pm Company
M*lintj. T p it. Salvation MfiMlnl
Knr Captain H Worrell
M.nii BAPTIST CHTKCII
TT-HOH STttrrT K I' HalWMT. [Ki'tor
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER
Bund.. Vhool al *> m A rl
-r WolMilp Service 10 H
.. m Tic Lord* fluppM -in h obwi.tfl
LOl III IKII hXI'HSl ( III R( II
WHITTlARK ROAD II
S*vlc-r. Pt**rriM rbv E Thorn*. II *
a n II..1. Communion. 7 It p m
l'vnrl"l" Service., fitwrirr r.v*n*ell
A Your*
Kl NDAV \|>\(K Ail.
TF.VK
T*r VrmlM-n. *d i Ihb l
I. II
DANCE
tl
Alice Pi-vine Field
oa
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; it,iu hM ini p in
A^lsi
IIAK SOI.lit
DANCE
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Til H.-MMI M \MI i. .1.
Ill * 1-. Hi.
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on MO. I
at


ching, Burning ind Smarting .
Ecz &
Stopped In
10 Minutes
I Ac *;> . i_-l 1:* .J
I C I 1 j &-. ^
"-anna. Plrni. llaah. RlBfSMOi. P*arl-
[r..'n*..il:. K;iE.-i -nd RM
1Mb I i-i a C-1 )klO hh>. i*ii
ird InlrtMr kbd rouaa ton In low y.-ur
iitriMb fjhmr !<"* "l" IN ' Hlantift.- I
-r. 'ii Kink )< ON dUMMtl.
A New Disco -cry
N.mcd.< x vi OlntmMtl. but dlBft*! '
.t n lu'-mrat cu twio wn .-
-* Ol-rcv.-y. ana I* RM fr**>
hi itn -Imroi lucr powdrr *lM>n jj
prnritalrt lapldlf Irtlo l)x> jmt.
> of >utl*r .
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..- '.-! f iklBM> tin'mrii' 1
tab loot HOT
Nl4*tm bW
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ill Bihli
Nil
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.1 10 p
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."MlOltL
Work* fmt
jiM* NliodoM ui fWntilW*nT rer-
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.Mil fctn. m-,1., ii Mrur. -Ml#r ." '
<*l>tly imoalli. In jjii a da. or \* *oin
;
ntd in 1.'
da*> My Itwiid* nn in...
pMHH lu oij a^fMaada*
Snti'foclion Cuoi ant*d
-
Quick relief from
Aches and Pains
Rheumatism
Neuralgia
Headache
Insect Bites
and Stings
Sister says:
In mxtro large jars
and handy lint
HMd IH CMil Cotdi. CM(M
tfa.U(. Jtp-4.it) MI:ji,4 ffdt
Muscular and nerve paint ire often ver/
stubborn, and so you will be surprised it the
quick relief thac Thermogene Medicated Rub
will give. Just rub it well into the skin where
the pain Is and It will penetrate deeply,
relieving inflammation and congestion and
easing the pain. It is good, too, as an antiseptic
Salve for Bruises. Scratches, Insect Bites and
Stings. Rub it In gently and feel its welcome
relief. So healing! So soothing! Try it
Thermogcne Medicated Rub
""T!?r rj? ^ real b,"tn8-
MtJM
leuct BilM aM Miaaa
AffJ, Ik,*-**.*, M.JntuJ H*
tlt< M 1MB "
Obtainable from
all good stores Mnd chemists
Be prepared get some Thermogene Medi ated Rub today!
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
For Colds and Coughs, Aches and Pains
WHERE PAIN
ASSAILS...
SACR001
PREVAILS
I
On So/, at all Drug Sfor.i
KNIGHTS LIB.
(2B?
GASOLENE COSTS MOHIV
Tho wian bcy.i -tb all buyindT
Motorcycles v-hich are so much
< cheaper to run.
Tho really vita ones are buylfig
TRIUMPH OR AMBASSADOR.
Credit can bo .-t.-ranged at
A. BARNES ft CO.. LTD.
Hpon-ored ly
1 ritl "A" Boy-' Club
-ill b- held at the
DM. A'1 Hiding School
an Muinlay ird Nov.,
at 7 |
I Band in ,i item In tic*.
ADMISIIOM Aduha -... |.fi
Children -o- M.
3.11 52-ln
IRVSTAI. WATERS
in km inn -i
r,..i im ii.p wmuim
Itighl on s*n .wltoal Sm
Hnlhlni. Cool c ^inlnrtubV
S.I.
vie. Dally . well a. per-
ti iiu'iil t;ur5t welrnni*.
For Rain Phun. 8264
MM
Proprietress.
.lOROTHY C-AKM1CHAU.
THE ANNUAL
BAZAAR
Mr. Turner
v. ill be hold al
THE DRILL HALL
from S to 7 pm
on SATi'nnAY. snii
Woybw, 1952
Homo i
, ..in m Um usual
1X>YS ripUon
DOLL! i;"in 1" hlsh
Fati> IX1U BSS| Dolls,
NOVK1.TIES
SWEETS, CAKES i ICES
TEAS 4 a weli-.tcukixl BAIt
LOCAL FOOD STALL
IM'NCH JUDY SHOW nml
kn.m show for cfcUdrsB
GAMES of CHANCE.
.lili.iuniiii
DANCL
i I lovi I KM'Kl .oa
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M ...p;.l.
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(J>/hn/uissaf)o\)
Hold r.i-u-r. niiir. la 'I. loM lirin | .
. i lav hmii tflfl i pm rttrn
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HMt
11 i inlsii ; ""
II C.i sur, mi
and III um nd ird mat Pi .Mi
I...... Mill
k. II. HUSH 4V to. lid.
LOWER BROAD STREET
M'KIAI NFU8 MOVDAV TO WEDNESDAY
(AT ALL BRANCHES^
( ii V.II'ION BEEF LOAF
2 Tins I.IIUIVS IV M': ..III.K......
IIHOOKS PBACHE8
CIVIC 1 HII'.SKII Ori liil-
Hl IN/ NATONNAISI
s 1880 (H.IVI. Oil. Ma
D. V. SCOTT & Co., Ltd. Broad Street
$ . - ii"
.) .55
HI .76
.71 .84
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1.41 I1IB
II
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TEN/TEST INSULATING WALLBOARD
ij (hide in shots 4' >. 8'. 10' 12'
TEN/TEST TEMPERED HARDBOARD
V iliick in ihattd 4' j; 8'. 8'. 10'
Both ihese Prodncn a-c Termiip-Proof
Ah
MOULDINGS in
WOOD, WALLBOARD & ALUMINIUM
Jmi iiiv.Mlnn juinu. (Miiilcr MLjNi MM ininers.
Phone 4267.
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Cut
Equiprenl Cosl:
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GREEN
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THEY'RE HERE!
CKNKKAL
HARDWARE
SUPPLI^
RH'KKTT ITM (Ot.lllll P.l OIHrri PIIONH 4l
f^9k These axe j*^f Some verv Fine [* '""1 Delicacies for your IL00K/I enjoyment
Aapncaa TlpaUna IS! OMSSJ Ml*lln* GraprUna f;berrlMUna -lr... Iri-ri.".Una Clip i..... i .> i,. OIIto Oiltin. Aprlr*UUna OSS R#-Um Olive*h*U. Miv il !'. kl. '-1.1-P.N. Him. r hi.I-Mustardbait* MaionnaiaeImU. Handwloh CaaUbola. Pet* a Branalln*
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ni ihi'M- uiiiifnilirrni
Krilish Bull. IlirtuU-
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itit iiici liiiniral fenliirt-s.
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w bucrilii'ii.iini fxartly
tulKJ h> llarliadii* Vy
Hercules
Me forest dt'eyc/e Btt/fr fc-efoy
SEE THEM NOW AT -
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Auto Tyre Co.
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^IMiVY AltVm Wl
SUNDAY, NOVF.MBF.B 2. 1*52
Foodstuff And Lumber
Brought By Sunwalt
<>f its arrival in port ihc Saguc-
Trinidad's
Stevedores
To Be Rotated
v i^ urs f ,tr arrival in pnrl Ihc Hague- Tb, sh,M, AaaiclaiHn ul
sunwalt weighed anchor and sail- Trimo*: ha* agreed to miroduce
harbour nn its wjv to Trinidad
-Minnalt called here at live o'clock on Friday ''< teveOOre on n rotation
era! cargo (or the island "a" distribute lob.op-
irteii 351 coii-
1 -our>, 24 con-
'. bles and
d Mirk and beans.
I nrrces of
ru-i-al c;irgu of
f Sun wall alo
pj o( pine lum
tHidtf lha eom-
. nd it*
p
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
la Carlisle Bay
artaaonar. i min. \i
Woiidftui roiiiwrltor. T
B>>dlnr. C\rll B Si.......
Cerailna. Mary M ... -,,. lim.i ll
Mw V.a.is T H It-dar jn-k.n
tooarta. LMt Joy
\lil\ M |
Alcoa Puritan. 1.S3I mn< from Hi
l.iila under Captain B P Buftvi Con
-lined W Da Co.ta Co,
Sunwalt.
Caw
IS-aMl
i MM BY "STENTOB"
In number,
i em of the earg
Stentor,"
Oil Fridey
Also on
-. ::'. SfM 32U
'
"i druma of -
45 ^i"i!d to'l^nta^T"..!
"^ 14 V. Lady Joy. **
Od htnillB, 5T Lucia Jul captain w
tawny
I icfa i* under the
CipUin J D. Holn
i 3 P Mua-
l l.id
II i DU ii mtv
-i .....d ll Motor
was the threc-
i. :hbrcti (Illy "Kon-
: y Ocean

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i i SI DAL CARGO.
I Hour .in 1
>,., -

mv ttrwoi, i,taa obi o-
il. m ,.na>. Capla.., .1 ll i
lb S. P Miasaan a Son*
MV Alrwlboio* U t
"I. In d-d utidrr <
Com arnrd la II Ja*on Jontn Co
... I v pott
md i f-natii. A Jn<'f>paa>a tun-
tfned w Da Com '
liir\KII mt-
I'lil p II Davld.cn lor H'lli-h Uui-na.
Mandata> ii lor M Va*etH IWi-iWrm
fr* B. Vi. iftil. l.-d> IMradlaM lor HI
l.-cla. Monaka lor Opmintrai. Sonw-ll
'.., liimdad. Canadian Cr
Sea well
Asaivi. at a* i *

Of (tickled meat sastrati M st
Of ihi
iat i !omtnHiorH
,, in I'-n "ii Thurs-
lie la*t "f it's Carlbrem
tor thi< season.
rii'i, r cargo consisted of 600
:,,orated milk. 20
, smokci herrings and
r bad meat. The
or" also I rojght a
iMtn-ry. leather
.....
V.sim A- Co.
MINOS CHA:.(I)M.
A Hrj
. r HT.H
nrr\RTi* at mn
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OCTOBKR 11
I Dm Hanlm. O Trinuninin*:
Smith. H Johnitone. K Fli.riaidv.
CroolM C I^UIIa, W Min..ir, Km
. liinirr. K Oitlana II Brr
""nv C l.nmirii. V Lumadr
|>N'-Ic. F nrlb\ J. Wllaon. K O
BARBADOS
GUIDES
portumtien as evenly as possible
non M.M-hoy, ihc tolony's
Labour Oomrnl-B'mn1. i*>l'* Uie
'-' yesterday.
W]i. Hochoy. wtio was attending
a meftln-; of the Comultatlvr
. of the Regiii-i L-
bour Board -i Ha*tiii- Hi>u-e.
| . B W I A Mr wn< a nuest at
flat, H;i'tmi. Hotel.
I that th(> .iKnement with
Mi.- SiH|.p titf Association hiid **ia-
-it of Jomt neootialion." with
nilisal. O.r Seamen and Watrrfr.in'
SnUth. Wortti'lK Tt..de t :
.i'*roduced s couple of wecki
#>go and as n *lart, i| wu> Lem,
dune on a aroup basis. Th<
i-n.nKf he .iddert wi.s understood
to i< rnMUnl wlCi general satla-
fl tmii of the ttuTkeri to
'-'. ilO'lflfW '>> rcvlar ihe ln-
du'ittal aareeinenl between >
., si Oilneld Workers Trade Union and
Con- the OdtiCld Employer*' Atsocia-
llon of Trlnl M tinuinn over the past wt^'k-." he
anrd Mrd and ndded: "ll i. expect*,
hat lhr disru.MOti will be con
JUlM in HMJ next few dayv '
Tender* Invited
i.poai u/illi r.-jcard to industrial train
1 n. Mr. Hochoy said it was un
demlood ihat tendens wen- DOOV.
Invite.) for the erection of a tech-
nical school to be htilll on the
(.kirts of S-n Fernando. TV
lei had nhedy teen prepared.
"The sugar industry L^bour
'"elfatc ComiTutiM i| I ehfni
iU hoiisniM projwi (or the Im-
, provenient of housing conditions
of sugar workers. Loans are rein,
made on an easy repaymenl [ilnr
for tbt woikers who winh to
or repair their homes Workc*
residing in estate barrack*, will
itonevcr, receive priority treat-
ment.
The St. Madeline Suirar Com-
1 party is making available to the
\, Committee, land which will be de-
lar. velooed to rehou** their barrack
v dwellers. This lar.d Is being sold
** to the Committee at it nominal
price and will go a long way to
make effective, the Committee's
policy of abolishing estate bar-
lacks
The land would be laid out and
divided into l'ii Idmg lots for ihc
purpose of allowing the bor-
MODEL STEAM ENdlNEM
TRAINS
C.AMES
BUCKETS & SPADES
BUBBLE SETS
ANNUALS
PLAY BALLS
CHEST EXPANDERS
Etc. Ki-
ln The Toy Depjrmot
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
The ii,. r vi -i I-atfy Joy" knew my husband has been trans- rak dwellers to build their own
MTivi I In poi Friday even- ferred to British Guiana. homes on condition of eventual
ii.* fr..in Si I ac.i under Captain "Before I arrived here 1 had ownership after twenty vears. The
I ii [ item- of its heard a great deal In London of TVnX W be pad by the lessor,
MM chuveo.il and fresh >he high standards of Guiding in wou'd however, be the actual coat
tetosjdlnf i'"* place * this islandof the enthusiasm tho of 'helot.
ii. from Its berth energy, and the efnclency of the Mr lfocny fcai<1 ,nal xh,s cn~
i ClaVnkerlaln Bridge and Movement, and, frankly, my heart tribulion by the St. MHdeli:
.ied no little stir among sank, for I realised how'little I Sugar Company was such thnt
cool dealers, knew, and I feared my Ignorance the barrack worker would be able
, ,i me vessel *uld prejudice my interest. But. to own the building lot at nist the
|i .ii. mi to secure their supply. I need not have worried, for at liomlnal price.
OBM 1 met with so much under- Over 3.000 nDpllrutlons had been
Alto on borrd the 'Tid> Joy" standing and kindnesswhich his received in the space of three
i of cocoanut plants1 been continued in the last three months for loans under tr
and a quantity of cor* of ftre- yearsbo that, although I have fchem^ At present, the funds at
wvl. Yi ...iislgned U> done so little, you have made me the disposal of the Committee
trel I have done something to help, were one and a half million dol-
In particular, I would like to thank i .
Mrs. Williams for her goodwill and ------------------------------
for her counsel to me. ... %rr -,- ,.
I shall take away from Barbo- WAPfl I.V,
dos many happy memuriex of the
M..vemcnl here, and I wish HOLLYWOOD opened its attack
you all, and the Movement, the '" Washington to take over part
ontinued. success which your ef- "'
the S hooner Owners' Assoclatir
ANNUAL EEPAIEB.
^ilher launch is on re-
pall Tins tin., ii is the launch
hich was taken from the G ^ Movement here, and IwVah
water Otl Tuesday evening to_un- ..
dcriio its grmu ii ropoJ
These
111 art i xpsk i< d f< be com*
ittod i | i.c middla of tu woott
Police Band At
Qilt'eii'fi Park
of America's TV. The film chiefs'
want some air channels to be kept
open for theatre TV. They wanl
to carry Broadway and Holly-
wood first nights to everv mrner
of the land.
Listening Hours
forts so richly deserve."
Sorry To Lot* Her
Mrs. Williams on behalf of the
guides, expressed thanks to Lady
Savage for her very kind remarks
ard said that they were more thtm
Orry to lose her as the'r Presl-
dert.
.osrnm-ne oi mu-ic Lady Savage she added, had
'r"S!^ ,VT 'i'."..^!"*., "I"!? ,aken n ""in** interest in their
wtleiar^r^r**4' "2J and had always been _
ivooki. ieady to help and advise them at * p "> Tt.* Nr.. uipm
v mtm,nmm HlsM's II times. They, however, fell that """S?' STSVSL^"Tnl. ^ 1
.he was not going too far away tSS2^,lT'i!!U?i
" I pm rrurn U.r> Blbl.. S IS......
InUrh.a* 1 o p m Thr N.w. i
come to Barbados for "a ahort i u _"?? "*** f'm B"",n w,
holiday as she (Lady Savage)--------------------------------
knew that she would l.,;..v Te- * ZJBXyUWL2*&
celve a very warm welcome from ^'fjTil&J&JltfrJX
Ihe dudes. Why I Brhav*. to p >., BBC Con.'
Lady Savage was then present- Man. ioo v m Th# n
It^i a gift after which thi "
"--.
JST^h*** wl*-! from them and they hoped that
she would visit them when per-
Itoaamorul
'
, Old World Gal
ieaigtona PNlll
Hn.iuaoO. Hunsaiian
Aniallcu*
I.
i* Bdllu.-UU. ID IS
various reports i md the 'D,',,ito^IOArVNOvMaaa"*I^'"
nSa v..,.it, Tnumphant Guide Coronation celebrr.tions is in w mm ii
discussed In addition to several ; --------r-------_. _.
matters under general business. *"JJm. 7.*'" *'^* '-* rnh,' '^s
.mil. .. Bervica, 4 18 p m Tlvr nlac* or \ini.
Mrs. Williams thanked Ladv mm.i. 4 *s p m Naik-aai luaa. Band
Savage for presiding and the FsMivaL 3 oo p m Lmanfra' chotc*. so-
mjidert aave her '"^<- hearty m *rhn .'!: p "' Marthina
cheers after which the meeting ym
o|or c. v.
Krransi *7i nn (iOD SAVE TIIF. UL'BXN.
I""" I "Christmas Cards
it
ROBERTS & CO.
" Your Stationers'
Dial 3101 No 9 High &.

"oiqote Chlnrophytl Toetiipaste
mm BAD BREATH
Oriiinttini ii thi
H.r. Is HrO SSSfle -owar a:
W**n$le0 to destroy >->d !nr.iiIi
or-if iiaMling in the mouth! Colgate
Chlorophyll Toothpaat* in moat
cases acts tjuiekiy . acts thor-
oughly ... and liw pun/yiag action
svit( and fresh longer'
FIGHT* TOOT.. DECAY!
Kri .
'hloruphull Toothpaata rapctially
ri(tii aiisr aatms uu art a(>inaX
ii.. JiBtlMetl acid* I bat an a csiata
of loolh dacay . actually Ul|> ..-
rri ihair torraallnnl
CHECKS
COMMON GUM DISORDERS!
How! The Full Egwefits of c
Chlorophyll" Tooti .psste in o New,
Exclusive Collate Fomiuio!
Now Coliata brnt vou mvj--
-...tkinr clUoropbyll a tlw nntat
chUrmphytl lix.Hipia lha: 140
)rara of aiparianco can errata . .
Colgala Chl.-n.pi.>ll rwihvaatct
ra CtS'H aUMt CaWaanl Bart 1.1 tail
Natura Ksrrslf BMilw fhlorophvll
and puis (I in ail gn*n ptanti w
friable. 1 ham In livu and |rW. Jut
catnea muat break do* n ink nilu-
ral. hiurophyll Inloo taMblr., iTrt-
llvaforra 'uWn^aMtuN'rrllorn/s\W-
hnaibafura It can halp you
imial bad watuh, luolb da-y,
n gum dasonlera.
Tfcst'airl.r ^iigaii'
I Sa||| la t.-t-alinf i
i^i m impoa.oaH i..... I i
, '; ila l'hlur..ph>ll i
"H,wtifxr-'t^ii..Iil- svslar-
ihjUj rWoi-ph< Itaia in a aaftr,
i aaaj ftirtn'
t'r*w.Mp !> i UJarratli
i>, j, iaUi | in Ila. vi
!h dp-
i i Ceiiai* I r. (I
T.. kptaSa a/iar ling It", ila
.pkyU lauthpitu lha
lartaat mak-i ..t t;, al.iy
Anurloasaaa pmduca!
Ttin show chlorophyll promolas
kaalihv guaa liaau. Nra t'olRais
C I n.iili>llT'*ilh,iatat'rin(a-. i. u .
aCactJvs twiOBts of cMorufiri>U n
brlp you csra for Bora, tender fur
ooa)aaaaM>og
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LINEN DRESSES
in plain colours
TANA DRESSES
In Floral Dealgns
SUN DRESSES
in Agured hand blocked linen
BLOUSES
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The above Dresses specially made by Liberty
in their London Shop
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10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street
NEW GREEN TOOTHPASTE
Tested and Guarank d bv COLGATE!
A MAFFEI
JB SUIT
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
i: iinf.ill from Codriniton:
rrmpersture : 12.S *F
Wind Velocity 9 miles prr
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 2*921
ill ami 29.85
TO-DAT
Miiiil.c : 5.58 a.m.
RtuMOt 5.54 p.m.
Moon i Full November 1
i httai " 'in p to
II. h ii. ".. a.m.. '.17
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