<%BANNER%>







PAGE 1

PAGE lttO ^mmm fa SUNDAY ADVOCATE s| Mill NOVEMBER 1. 1*K The Only Pain believer containing Vitamin B, %  '"IM VI.A:, i VII I ON< B. VwwiUly oyexjuy d it the dufcrrnt* ii "*WT Ye.ssPvnn.Cold, < lull v/mptorm .. . appear, and you'll led ever much 'vn.t MUEvl'. *OUH PAIN and MAX£', TOU f£U Wfctt KEME PINI >2Si Y JK! """ %  COLDS, CHILLS > LSTt! ERA • %  '?l>4 <•" I1.UMATIC (TO-DAY I That', ike < ktHd M hrtirr, tool YEAST-VITE Mil WoodMdc Lawn Tenon jmrnent wlU opae. eaMar> BOTTLE* You'll be MW b T il (he speUpuf' bonlr >ad (A*4/1*/ b* the L-ss.it* of dM. ne* nad pali.li I No nrd ti worry about tpilLnx* A rtvolutunarv new ')cMri give. *ou [Irniy < %  time to tight th* ttpMt hontebrttaKanvdamafcM done to rov clothing or luniicuie' Prn(nt.wMl-li>okiiic mas*, urn 11 hosstl la* KBunonal Nad-Mumirc'' neck meaium out n-ii-*.. kitl rats "gat .noufii ol poli.ii to to*CT one nail petfcilil New CUTEX Sail Poli.li cc*sfai 1 EMRWJOO, the n.it*L!-.( ingredient. OJIWM asd othet pohihei? Aik to sat tbc • Mr(t. laih.on-njrht .hides t P I A Z I ..* Mil' J\(K A THE HI ANKTALK" l Kl" IN IH HARM Jan* l>VMl %  ..MAN NlVtJI•sl 1 I H'.(> A I *<-. %  1 SO M M.I I si i IP 1,1 %  A JUNSTII • HI VI i. I T.I %  at BRIDGETOWN NOW PLAYING .*..-. %  „ ... ft to T Art Kin Hit' RATON L-ASS" Patnru %  %  CothMP %  I \IMIM, Ik' I lit l>. llll .1 S-ltlNl rttnri v if am < %  ICOaOAM MAVt) hi-l"ii"i>" • %  •MionTE Jitnei Harbet<( ItQim PAVTON in .i. H...I I till I I HHI M.I PtrlNCC Or PEACE %  (•ton .. %  ., i Tt.ee. A Was). 4 1 11 JO 1 II. Ill I.I till %  OR IMI Ucorir liAI-1 A %  ntortw .1 th. IIOIIIII II link I 'II • rtfTTKH t ' A *• |, Who| in Ml I K (III. *tflKTIN for STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial COUGHS not row evening at "Wo Hay Street. In their drive lo .<>ll*rt fund* lor Christinas CkaxKie* Use Irdies have o§*janised a seiies of tennis gams when some of the test local players will take part. Tomorrow evening "I*one;''' E will mwt Denis Worna Men'* Single* and the follow ng evening Erie Tavir nnd Dr. OMrii* Manning will A eppO"!* O-irrpli Trlrnuigh J ^Louis bi Hii: Doubles. Enroulv i'n &l. kill* M R. and MRS. C. B. C CONNEU. and Mrv Connell's sinter. MrW S. I). II Shaphrrd. rriv-d from England ycerday b> inn Geiflla. They arc PQ routa 10 Si. KilU wnrre Mr. Conncll If • 'niof Engineer. St Kitts Sugar f % %  ItjBBJ Mr gad \1r. Connell arereturning from loog U'-iVf. M< 1 Shepherd who hrtd bein residing n England for several vear* with %  neither silAT Mr Wfdlake. plans to lake up residence once main in that colony. VUiton M R. R. MYER and HON. MRS. MYER—regular VIMtors to BarbAdos—were among the pAAACnger* .irriving from England yesterday by the OvWo, Vtwmtng Sotitn rot n %  un.v I' winter" they are guests at thr 1 Hotel Royal. gcurib Qaltinq HOODAl I III tIKIi I.IOBI "PlMSt. riHAI COLDS THERE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY .in* dail> Unda Daifll Tail Hi * HUM I>>I. v* ISLAND Of .ooitMi^riirtAt \IVI MI'KI.N or CAM". FABIAN DESIRE 1 .' (•lor) t Thrill*' Raw* l't"< H *^_ %  *•' OpMtnj rildav ifu! A it m. 1 1 -,.. I ll-IM in COMIN' ROUND THL MOUNTAIN SAMSON AND DEXIAH i it 11 01—1 t1>id Oeaagi 1 1 %  I THC GREEN GLOVE ROYAL To-IMo >-o I llnin'ul IMulH* I .AIIPF-I M IS 0<.table Atu.it,,,, (;".rr Brvnt Vra I WtMlnradW A Ttiuraaa* 4 A • II 1 pJjtani Th. AruHt^BMOTI till ktAOH Mof.d.1 A Tuda. I K A :-i DHIBto -J.m Hull Mania M m (A ill IIIII\ AMI mr. roan Mill ft lIRtM.I toxfjrim Wrd. A Ttlllri 4 m /. THAT NHIMT HUH till RIVm I \Tiy BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE r •.•• %  %  "•l'>77,Tiiirii MRMIH oooo t.i n ga lle i i GLOBE TO-NKIHT Sin P.M. LAST SHOWS OF OUICttl* (II l-IIKIIt riAl I1AI.E IIOBEKTSON ANNK 11AXTEH and < % %  • > %  IS III I lilt IHAN l>IKI UUU BJZAHETH TAYLOR III MOIIKIIH IMIINIIAVI A TI'ERDAT 111 A a Jo (III VIM II 111 III! IHI/is tcurroN WEBB. so aMi>iio> VKI IIARIIY SULUVAN—AHI.ENI DAIII. !•••> %  ^.-< .-. MM %  11 i V.ViV/ i WttttVtf^AwAiAyA^ 'w: use Palmolive Soap at Dotton advised tor a Brighter, Fieiher Complexion I 0. .... „.,. ., hkah, | M ... ,.„„„ ,,,i.„^ '* R ...h J b<, kl !" >O^F *|t Oay .*,.. I.Mi leta eUi-Ji.ll. *M .... ....,i„n, b .,,Mr hiMai iMe .,,.„, .... 2 '" %  %  %  %  1111 M A*-*-.-, -A. Wee, Mm. ef ^ Fxrili'im>ni: . AarpeaaM" j llurdir ! at the EMPIRE THEATRE I till A I2lh lire, ml.,, when J --.-\RBADOS PLAYERS present •-Till: IIIIHD VISITOR" mtbei I loa,-mluuslv successful Thriller the Duke ol Yurks Theatre. London Produced by ANNETTE DANOAM ;. Cnn Yim Solve the Mvsterv? C.'iiie und See ! THE ANNUAL POPPY DANCE Under the Patronage of The Acting Governor and Mrs. Turner will be held at The MARINE HOTEL Kindly loni by the Management SATURDAY. NOVEMBEB 22ND By kind permission ol Col. Mlchelln THE POLICE BAND DANCE ORCHESTRA Ball Room Tables may be raettrved. "Phone Mm. I CONNELL. H7 LOOK! SANTA offers -vrn inrlillliiifl tlfstinir/liiiiirii/ • TELEPHONES • IMSTOI.S • I'AKS • BOATS • DOLLS • S( ALES • PRAMS Dancing 9 p.m. lo 2 a.m. Admualon SI 00 (Ac Hiapimti ml-The Corner I^RSRlM To Ifumlu,.: K EN CASTON. od 25 of Sur%  ..how father Is with the Evening Standard's Advertising •:it. was an Intramit piisacnger through Barbados yesterday by the Getflto. He is on hi* way to Spanish Honduras to join the United Fruit Company. In 147'48. Ken was at Heading University with John Sainl and Ernest Moll of Barbados. Ken was studying agriculture. They were members of Reading's rowing team and represented this university at one of Henley's annual regattas. Old LortgP Boy rjEFORE 21-year-old Charlie %  O Alexander joins Com pant n Aiucarera Dominica no, sugar estate in the Dominican Republic he promised his father he would visit hit "old school." He was a passenger arriving from En>U:inn Mil Tnd.-\ \IMIS(. Illl t Mil -I S-IIIM Motir.AN THE BAOOAUE WAREHOUSE WAS crowded with visitors yesterday -ftaruoou. Tltey cani to welcoatr frlsnd* and relatives who arrlyed by Ue BS. -Uelflto". Bested (loft to right) H*. Mrs Arthur oWerW, Mrs. Florsncs Day-lb, MiK. L. Alone. Mr>>. Blca-rd Packer and Mrs. Geoffrey ssBBseat. Mr. Arthur Bkecte. Mr Neville Howell and Mr John Martui are In the back groand. InlraiiHit T HIN1DADS | Police, Col. K. H. f i II u by his v. fc and l*o I'tililnii srssM iiiLransit passengers lo Trinidad, by the GeHius ygsrtardBy aflav four months' holiday m Englnnd, spent mostly in DsjieiL M R. A. J. BEUX, who Is attached to the C.I.D. department of the Trinidad Police Force J DM MtM ship, He had been in England for seven months on a triuning course. M RS. C1.F..MMIE HETTENCOURT GOMES of Georg town. British Guiana and lirr d..ught(r Terry were intransit on ilie GoHlte y.sterday. At, Trimdad they will change ships for British Guiana. Terry, who had been at ichoo' xl vear. -.hnrtlv after the Coronation ttoliifay l.mfi'il M BS WILFRED wool) %  i vtt> i 1). A Wh. Building Development Adviser. .i .-inothoi .irrival from EngLq the Gelflto. She had been spendinK the sumln with her two sons l ,hool there B ACK In Barbados after an abstnee of over six months are Mr. and kbi C A. Potter. Mr Mat of the Directors ol %  3 Club. St. James. M R. DAVID RICE of Messrs C. B. Rice and Co., Ltd.. accompanied by his wife and son Michael returned from England yesterday by the Oolltle after .-.penning almost four months in the u K France, Switzerland and a couple of days in Italy. R ETURNING by the same gUp were Dr and Mrs. H. E Rkeete. They had also been ovet I r four months' holiday in the I' K .inn mi the Continent Part of then holiday was spent with then daughter and son-inIsnr, Kr and Mrs. Ritchie Packir who returned to Barbados askWd ot them via New York and Mrs Packer was on hand to meet them on their return Buck Home R. and MRS MICHAEL GREAVES of Belmont." St. John, who had been in England since the middle of May on holiday returned home yesterday bv the GeMto. Mrs. Greaves Is a sister of Sir Allan Collymore, Chief Justice of the island, and Mr. Greaves is a brother of Hon. Mrs. M. Hanschcll, M.L.c. who was also at the Baggage Warehouse to meet I hem. HirthiFay Today M RS. NOOTT. wife of Ma; ( B Noott. Headmaster of %  T en Sfhimi. .leromponicd by tleir little daughter, were passengers from England yesterday by the Gelftte. Mrs. Noott and her daughter s hud been in the U.K. for nvei three months on holiday and the Noott family will celebrate Jacqueline's flrst birthday .mniversaiy today. M Fifty Trnlay /CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Guy Adams on his fiftieth birthday. Guy, who is u younger brother of Mr. OH. Adams. C.M.G.. still retains his boyish sr.alle. Many happy returns of "the day 3 ffest Withe* B EST wishes lo Mr. "Tom" Went, M.B.E on his 58th %  These include wishes for a complete recovery to good health. Mr. Went is now on leave, prior to retiring from the post of Colonial Engineer IAMTTV DRESS SHOP Next Door lo Sinner FROCKS lor nil occasions Irom SHORTS and BLOUSES *s.oe S3.M FLOWERED LINEN I.UA1 AIM; FLOWERED LINEN ....... CEPEA PRINTS PLAIN CHAMBRA 3i" WIDE FLOWERED ill MIIKIK. SILK KMBOISSED MORCAIN (in ,11 shades! S1IEKTS : 100 80 100 N ioa PILIAIW CASKS IIXH BUTTER MUSLIN S .t .X .HI 1.44 1.18 M.75 SH 7.7J M .4:1 Also a New Selection ol Toy, PRAMS. DOLLS. (iUNS. (RANKS. CARS. KTI Store T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORF. Phone: 4220 I I I I I I \



PAGE 1

SUNDAY N'OVhMRr.K l. 1932 gl'KDA. AhVoi m PAf.E Tlllt£F. AT THi: IYK1HA HH 6. II. MIXED GRILL THIS WEEK seems In Bv outdone nself with ftie number of films seen, and to be written up! Five in all. of which two are comedies, one a tropical adventure and two melodramas, so there is plenty of choice and since most people prefer CdBMdlM Let's start with them. end to accept her In this role tin ..nation—to lay nothmK of her suceo-'iul amputation with t -> much nan than ttt ID thi w.iv "f mrdlcal Howev**, he Is ', to look al and prove* .'. at making hat* Ih! Donald Gray makes %  UaT but his K Lb d and hfs accent too B BJC. 1 under-sea A i'h p shark— hi between the on the whole acting are uished. And ti <]odrama*. At the Placa, ITCASTS OF l-OKER FLAT II ptaln K at Both the*e films are nut of different type*. RATON ventional in while d in th. tig UM aocM of the with the human emotions. Dennis Morgan and RATON PASS Is I of an ambitious and unscrupulous adventuress who %  young ranchot voices a range war in (tie |\iss. Pilled with thuddini; hoove*, clashing flats ng guns, the action pro%  %  i k 'peed in this •weeping melodrama which is background of mountains of Colorado and New Mexico. playi the mcrfcinine Fntale" who links up with a to do her Halsad i i. whose characterization is one of menacing brutality and violence. I to Bay they both come %  i.v end. Morgan i? the Invsadb|a ranch*) arho finally restorer law and order while Basil Ruys<'.iil playhifiither—a grand with more guts and than the rest put toGantaing Hints Farm And Garden tor Amateurs By ACKICOLA \ MWIKIAI CONTRUVEBST IT 1% *rz THINK I. ihe priitlcftli foetal. economic. iiMuttac and < u sphere*—would be a lot mnn peaceful. In li (lysis, war is tied in tlic mlnda of rxtri .albi.v All this i* riot to say that there is nothing Rood m \ ^reasoned argument itnce it often halra anH< thereby enables those on whom final dec .' %  Uci .. i pi middle .: ti'gajrd to tinevidence on both sides Thi B en often ask (or ad-lco a.< to what can be planted to grow and flower •jntchly. The truthful answer to that one is NS4MB. Some plants do mature and lower sooner titan others, yet none can tie hurried beyond their appointed time, for you •0*1*1 hurry nature. N.'t that nature can't hurry herself. Th* Mahogany trees urn ITCHING INFLAMED H P M l next ihanare covered m a greeti sheen of delicate new leaves. Gra !• how nature itn.iiu i example of hurry, for alter Lot Ceaartlo Bug Abbott JACK *ND Till STALK is at the Pla.-town. With Abbot anri ODMUU and the two of them roar through the old fairy tale and turn it into a boisterous burlesque, Filmed. In Technicolor, it bulges with songs and dances and the antics of the two c o m e d ia n *. Starting off in sepia, • i Coatcllo as a baby-sitter who falls asleep and visualises his Ion of "Jack" while the child reads the story. I life in magic world of colour la enlivened by explosive eggs, catapulting trees, a sinning harp, the giant's Unaacnlap house keeper and the giant hunaalt Though the picture fsequently runs away with itself, it has Its moments and will appeal to Abbott and Cottello fans. LOVE IS BETTER THAN LVER is the other comedy, which can be seen at the Globe. In this we have Elizabeth Taylor, who seems to get prettier with each lilm. and IJHTV Parkf in a tenuous romantic comedy of "girl chase* boy and eventually %  ** %  boy!" Miss Taylor pintown dancing teacher who attends a convention in New York and falls head over heels in love with a Theatrical agent. Mr. Parks is the agent with • strong allergy to najfr. Horae-raclng. baseball, the 2! Club and the Copacabana are the backgrounds for the dizzy romance which finally culminate* in a false engagement annouacement and backstage goings-on of u dancing exhibition with two hundred children. Both stars do their best and the Br. theatrical dialect is amusing and flippant. ISLAND OF DESIRE, base:! on Hugh Brooke's novel "Satutuay Island" is playing at the Empire. It is one of these exotic. but highly improbable South Sea Island adventures that is long 00 gorgeous settings. I flora and fauna, sunsets and good photography, but short on and direction. The northern coast of Jamaica is the local* fOI a romanlic interlude ind th of a young marine Corporal and o prim and proper army nurse who have been shipwrecked. All goes well in their idyllic pal until the crash-landiim of an RAJ. flier whose arm has to be amputated with the natural follow-up that he and the nurse fall In love, and the marine— not without a struggle—bows out. In this triangle arc Linda Darnell. Tab Hunter and Donald Gray. Youthful Mr. Hunter is definitely a credit to the Marine Corps as he provides food, clothing and shelter for the nurse with unbelievable speed. He's a nice looking kid and wilh more experience should do well. As it la, he gives the part freshness and vitality, but is inclined to be wooden. Linda Darnell 1* the %  plnsterish nurse (to begin with) domain of ma %  It is t!" '. the natural vtrsUg the una shower of rain the brown grass natural (art will turn green overnight. Naturo or again, mlm l can certainly hurry, but she canminerals, or, yet again, dung -^ not be hurried. versus chemicals. First. we ij x should remind ourselves that .,... But a knowledge of the differfrom the imt of view ol oil times the various plants take plant there can be no strict line *, from seed planting to flowering ( ,f demarcat what",'. Will help, and from among these aver four. %  ement* ,'" S mes some plants may be found must be work < lat are quick, enough in flowerS(ll i organisms to log to satisfy those gardener chemical formPOULTRY NOTES PHOSFERINE to relieve DEPRESSION If you art fcakaa aervy pondent — lake PHOSFERlNh 1 imi nervea toad to an urm dtgntion, loss of appetite and of exhaustion Wherever atiaic vcr y ou do, you wil niosFERiNF ispaead who are in a hurry. TJi*> (nii !" iii| It.l hatbeen taken from that excellent little S irdcning book "Gardening in arbados for Amateur*". Any of th* seeds on this list *urceof our fcodssq n bu planted at this time, and U J "?>"* I 4 "" a new word' n use. have hoard that If you feed .i poultry antirvlll that penicillin, terr.m and %  .mtUnoti.v ara i>eing used u n with Vitamin mg pigs and gains. certain of these mSg inin hwe MM; •* •*"• "*J thg* i !• %  '; tt "^. f 1 ^ r importancv In tl >' %  "• !*" ..nnual about 10'. lastei of ugly Kpoti f IhouanJ have hcslcd thoir kkm m>uh)n fur with DD l> l'rci,Tiption \l'h.i.-vi v 4 :: ikiC antl-biotics. mn cu m\ DII> unit. jn>i • from (he U It wUl be Btiulble i"i/>'> to u Ito ralrulaf caactlr wh thej natural or artificial In will start to fl FEUOD OF Tlalt BETWEKN KDW1NC. OF BBP AND SFTTING OF FLOWFRK Zinnias ftiapdragon 6 Weeks 8 >t Cosmos 6 Yellow Pea S Bachelor's Button s Candytuft • Cynoglossum Petutila 12 .. 12 Marigold 1 Geranium 12 „ Dahlia 12 ,. Uidv % %  !! %  8 Tlthoiua 10 Nasturtium 12 H3 with fertilizers. iginal state, most of then products of nature — mined Bd nflned fo, aas* of hai trade purposes Even I the principal fertll • ent in sulphate of nnunontrt %  << industrial by-pr. I obtamabM iTotn th* i %  colly unlimited aupotM Tliere i> no space bara to the %  ubttances which propel fall into each group—the natural | n g en and the artificial, or tho organic which ond the Inorganic, terms are us*d We dlscuas the subject braCfly in work" 1 frankly that they It is said that down harmful l i.tcria In the intestinal tract. U is also said .that the) hav. a direct stlinu. ffed or, the growth pi<>;. i. We do i"i> k TI o w. Hut whatever t h c workeri are flndii which ones an animals, at which levels hOUld D* used In the ration optimum remits, what commi are most effective and broad aspects. Itoth aid. admit h : ... ,,,muu quantities requirond, of course. It is common [x#d evaojy In feeds ,. *mm u.t. U that * ow J*"**, *l organic matter H ,. unsound a.nd often costly to %  SB rJu„ Ire to ht! of prlmp ^V^Wlnrt '*'' ply l>ecaua It con\ A rilli vii,^, r21 ."I sK„h?I loM ot nUlmM " ,hUri 1 ,h "" start to flower m flv. w*ek.' fTiA^SL ^aST! I %[•£.£ ?JE time from th. %  moment of planting ( lflTlpM ; M the seeds. Zinnia... Cosmos, and lialuri rrsounr thai £' Balaam come next as they_ each ^^ ,, M|Ulot f(1 nmmmbi) ex £ take si, w-e^cs^rigoUis^oUow ^^ hat ^^ m DUD, You'll be delighted h B mcklr it rclio.-s and hcab 'D.D. riean up all ikjc Blsiait— lUicms, Malaria Sores, hobi luh. Hwcfl BS CUD aod minor inn sasyoiitaaassiogiuiaL'Uc D D.D. acts fail hcc*u it pcnctraic* deep m'. 1 ess, dcsiroyif hsfabdous germ* For yuL.k. ifi.i' beahna u I1.PP Buy %  bottle tola* DD PRESCRIPTION arm THE GREATEST CF ALI HXS It will be i tiking seven weeks to mature. ??,,_.„ nll hi Z„ n ,. lM w^ i i 1 "" Snapdragon eight weeks. Candy u 'w " !" , ,,J' "' tufiTtnrwhTe the rest on the ^ !" v o t i'Sn ' %  %  ' list t..ke ten to twelve weeks trough heavy croj ping und< i tt)l Bn tibiotic roapcctlvely. m.jdwn. intensive metho,.. the farmer. The kind i ..i poultry beinn their stage of and most of all Uie OUTCASTS OF l"OKEit FIAT lj iMsed on a famous story by Brett Hart in which a h;id> t h.naeters find .i~mnd In a hut In the High Bwrraj. It appears that the activities of l murdcroui bank robbti -who makes a getaway—have so enraged the people of Poker Flat that th* to run their undesirable out of town. These ini robbers wife, a progambler, an elderly drunkard and a prostitute, all of whom juft mike the cabin before the storm, Th*) *n joined egnant girl ami her • i of course, by the bank robber. This cosy little party is at the mercy of the gunman, portrayed by Cameron Mitchell as one of the most desadistic, half-crazed and brutal characters I have ever encountered. Anne Baxter, as his wife, is on the receiving end for her fair share of assault and battery while Dale Robertsen. the gambler whom she loves, eventually kills the bandit, who In the meantime has bashed in Bsi head of the old "dipso*' and shot the prostitute for good BMt uie. The only redeeming. H Itm La acting which Is uniformly good with a special mention for Comeron Mitchell. [i He. larms are providing %  new ingredients. of |K>ultry und U' nuHl*rn. mtatuiive mctt But now the prut Another list, taken from the organic Held have m.de extruvaumo garden book is also very gant claims. Among thcsi useful, for it gives the names of statement that clu r , _.„„-....„._. those plants whose seeds can Luducos poor health in pi run d , '": ^ l u r ( disiasnse with a wed-box and renders them pron* can be planted directly into the Further, that the quality of ngrtground. Here it Is. cultural produce is oomproti 1 •SEEDS OF THE FOLLOWING ^iSS S^^^^S, .". i.'S, **^ PLANTS MAY BE SOWN sumption of such produce h. led k WHERE THE PLANTS ARE "" increase In eerta Tr* caOW" disca-**, notably cancer TO GROW. ailments. Still forth... it Is Zinnia, Yellow Pea. Bachelor's ed that prop—anil a by ' |urtmeni bllilj that ilnds them in the feeds %  tjiet ttutd (b the Ball gnd a 47ir Genuine Ecu dc Cologne JI youf I ait !i I a! partner f o kcrp you (rjf rant and cooll Just a dab behind your cart, on wrim or tcmplc>>and you will led gntclully rclreihed. ration to which idded, determines lunation IS needed and the I required mi maximum I nueal growth. the used by what it will prndiH. rather than whether it *.• in Ihi ,.i ti-biotic or that ei> reliable feed grow is a great saving In time 0 f Agriculture for the W< ,-t Indies and trouble, and has the advanC ]ai m ed in Ida "Agricu'tui tage that there is no check In amcnr thnt ,h c increasln L growth from Uie seedlings being cm n iical (. itili/.-i^ .-aused the transplanted. breakdown of sugar-camThere is howev.r, the danger ,h ' 9 "nriering their fMOJMl reof^Kt. carrying them away, and gSTSLTSSTta aVT-wer t' this must be watched out for. West Indies know the answer t. Also it Is difficult to get an even |!' miist m m ce t(1 ft y in conclurran K eemOT d t or^some^Tthc HtSe I,on lhMt aU xhc "'Ideneo' poiol j -, n ,|" neceawg "to'promite foal. pl !" U nS L !" ZX£$. But in the opposite-direction • ,, „, v wlU most Sis is quicxly dpne and doe, not ^S^^^L^^i wiR ''" My ^ tlle k tp C '" disturb Uie majority of the plants. w, agricuIturM. ^^e. if almost r of .n-Litdic* cannot make a ifm-i .i pool one. They n.ust Uadded to feed which •vntain a balance of all the nutlon known to be neei-S..I %  .. Itut added tit such feeds -.iiblnations and levels GENUINE 15LlJn& GOLD EAllutCOLOGNE Apart from that, it is continue W iiiiiow a imuunet—husbandlnR his •mir-r%  • __4,j ganlc nmttcr but supplementing %  %  a-.—, its. ny Judicious u'e of rerUTlzei The world, InDOlf!) for the discovery and debt of grati'' M-lopmcnt of commercial f*rUlc of viotent —. WlU. S^S,,,. too much accent on violence, d UD Hably. owe, sadism and downright brutality. ude to British brains 'not "MOStillxeri' %7/l H COLOGMF. on Rhine.Germany %  miutr nfiou/tiy ti> [fit i>u'yma6 •bttUt /btmut'i t//7!>'J. Hi:; ii H n m n %  i m .,. SAHELY'S Welure you in IDEAL FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE FOR YOUNG AND OLOI Al on alMixer lor nautrolizinfl axcail rtomath acidity ond relieving lha pain, ond diKomfort, of ocid-indigailion. Milk ol Magnesia, o product ol Phillip,, ii one ol the loitetf, moil effective known. A, a lonative. Phillip, act, gentl/ and thoroughly, without griping or diMomfort, ond wilhout embarrassing urgency. Phillip, ton*, up th* entire digestive system ... is the ideal ontocld-loxativ* (or all the family I Get Phillips today I You II like Ih* new | runuf of Fabric for Dexembrr . dci.ilin.cd j|jij for liiilorini; tu'w lull!! Ural Suits lo Pcrfccffiij All Waal I'i" snip.' Wni-lril ill Navy ||| Black niitl llrown Si.l.! W> All WIKSI •MMn (ire. %  %  All Wool (,r,-> Woraled S.IM 11 Liquid or Tablets MILK OF MAGNESIA A PRODUCT OF P |-| | LLI PS



PAGE 1

PAGE FOUR SUNDAY ADVOCATE stMlAV. NOVEMBER U. 1S8 BROOKLAX CHOCOLATE LAXATIVE C os^' M, : ^& ^^L w\ OrXW :co. aS^*i Here Is the idol Uunve for adults and children. Ur,.*Us locta tad tastes like JCIKIXU* chocolate and relieve* even lbs %  MM ttubbifn constipation quickly, pleasantly and irH-rvHjghly. Banishes Constipation Overnight Chosen without question by the world's most fashionable women B.C.L. FACE THEIK STIFFEST OPPOSITION EVER By a S. CWPIX TKIMDAI) COLUMNIST WOULD DROP BARBADIAN PROS. T I,E Barbados Selectors havechosei. a very strong team to meet the Barbados Cricket League learn in the annual B.C.A -H C L. flslure They could have p-ld the League no greater compliment, and I must express profound disagreement with a brother scribe of mil 1' ."'l.•!'*'*.. £ .'"*, vl w lhmt ,nJ PPrtunitv ahould have bcci. >TU*d by the B.C.A. for experimenting with promising talent in my view the object of this fixture is to te-t thr relative strength A in.Barbados Cricket League and although it might give rtee to ible f crime of some fru. trot ion on the part of those who '-ve been for acme yean now on thr vcrv threshold of selection In in inland XI yet the main purpose of the fixture must be served. 7 hose who have followed the progress of League Cricket over the past ten yi ars with some attention to detail will no doubt agree it the very composition of the Barbados team constitutes an out tiding monument of achievement and fruitful industry on the Dart ndcrTeview P'""""* 1 n d played League Cricket for the period B.C.L. SHOULD BE PROUD \VT"AT Association would not feel proud to have nnaved against \ C ? C .* lP i'u f H w J* pU u U li? n and "P*rtive talent of Everton kes. Conrad Huntc. Frank King, C. De Petza .tut O sw*t, 7. {e Bartakj, Cricket League" hai.done" ffii an ASCI?: tion had given this Ulent to Barbados Cricket Association cricket? The fact that the B.C.L. ha, been able to do twTii55 pondingly weaken their team but their contribute will not be gauged by the results of this match. I have already advocated two of these fixtures per season and then one of such fixtures could be earmarked for experimenting with KIEV... 1 ** 11 ^ %  . '' Xam P 1 *' must *Ve* that players like Tranl. 1 hiUips and Keith Bow en of Spartan, Brickie Lucas of Car lion and young players in that category would then have been provided with the scope for establishing any claims which they undoubtedly have for inclusion in an island eleven. A LOOK AT THE ISLAND XI W ITH regard to the island eleven itself It Is obvious that this Is not the best available island xi that can be put Into the field or should l be more explanatory and say that seasoned players like Wilfred Farmer of Police who performed with commendable individual credit against Jamaica. Horace King and Adzil Holder of Empire and Gordon Proverbs. Denis and Eric Atkinson of Wanderers have all staked their strong claims for Inclusion, not only on their form for thp season but on their performances in recent Intercolonial fixtures. i to senior cricket AUTUMN MEETING AA/AS ft Free* Page I ga\< • Lght of the second place N igfl lbs. Coluni! %  Itlue (iia by %  a length, and pounds I • md Coll'i lengths bed leton e..< %  I and five TH'KNTY-TlilKli RACE pounds ovarweighl .V,.,tLulH.-Uira*. ***" ''' %  *•* Bew Croag Bow Vt..r thing rla-tetcaa. was left hat-footed, and Three ware scratched from fcl UUs furlong event for Class B and Co i umDU s leading that order, and lower, leaving a Bil I ,1 m,. ,„,),.. l( WM stBJ Assur[n-The-Air, who won ance and Columbus, but up the over this distance on Thursday stretch past the in run away style, was liven a ,,., ., top weight of 1281b. Tiberian positions were. Assuram-. Lady carried !b overweight, followed I S--edllng. Nefari 1. Mrs. Bear A. Belle SurCross Bow and Coll prise 6 and Dashing Princes*. 4TB. There were some quick oxCatlc-In-The-Alr lefused to ,h.ifige* around the tui It the Others K>t <>ff ... Ih,. Held went with Mrs. Ben Beiq down aha back stribfa, it followed by Dashing Princess. Columbus. Cardinal. Cross Bow, Tiberian Lady. Coming into the Assurance. CoUeton and Seedling straight approaching the stands. At the half mile it was still it was Fire Lady foDowvd by Columbus follow* Tiberian Lady, Mrs. Bear, and and at the three furlong pole Dashing Princess all bunched Columbus pulled away from the beautifully. field, racing down the Drill Hall Dashing Princess however stretch at a tnundenng pace, went past the Judges for the In hot pursuit were Cardinal first time leading the Held as a and Cross Bow. and turning into result of brisk exchanges. Fire the home stretch. Cardinal chalLady went back into the lead k-nged. but his efforts were futile around by the five, and carried and Columbus raced home the the field down the stretch, pullwinner by half length to register inn away after reaching 111 %  v ctory of the Meet. (u T .1 finished sectT Pepper Wine moved up at the away from Cross Bow. S d challenged, but uesti brought the hUy around the bend, into the home stretch and past the winning pole Pi KngUis ahead of Pepper Wine who beat Tiberian Lady Into third place bv two lengths. TWENTY-FOURTH RACE Belleville Handicap Six Held of seven. New Parker \M is llie choice people all over tin WOflW IH.HI for perv.nnl uv, and also a.i -i-tiai gift. Fslgeeas -ti.i. gas ii leaden In huMi.es* ami SO set the Inlor Us Norld all an !•" %  Bd n BgaJ use it; with It trcntic* ansinned, and famous boohSSM .vrittoii. Foff saaMoasi oteal affeciiou you value, a I'arker SI' would make a im-i ili<-ruing present. F-r goui ""ti >"• no comparable I -I'Hiiti.t luu ever been made. • Ntv titroriu VIIJJU tNiffviHiuiuii'.r fci sssal aansfsfjaai .^Im.in-j .rfA ,„w >.„/>,' %  %  -.1 . W> 1 -ll>U. t.MOl M>IOPLt Prices: ROLLED GOLD CAP: 124 05; LL'STRAI.OV CAP $10.77. Distributors /or Barbados; A 8 BBYDBN ft SONS (BARBADOS) LTD. P.O. Box 403, BridfHOWfi. Yenr* ahead of any other ... la tuner i aiHhaS ./ ilrawlu as, SIM -ad r*l<*Mii Ink. U* Bnlqw tSWSsSllll l -wl-n. < %  / inhrtM WHITE PAINT! WHY. Of OOU; EVERYBODY WHITE PAINT i BEATS ALL OTHERS. GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES rlionr 4918 — Kl.krlt HI. WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF AUTO ACCESSORIES. I'cri.iitfx Gukel Shellac w Form-a-GMskel „ Fabric Cleaner ., Auto Top Scalar „ Transparent Glaia Sealer Black Top Droaalnir ., Radiator Liquid Cement „ Radiator Ban Praventor „ Engineer'! Prussian Blue Holt'i Wonder Was Dunlop Patching Outfits .. Rubber Solution French Chalk „ Insulation Tape Ribbed Maatiag Radiator Hose All Sixes ,. Car Truck Jacks l 4—5 I'ly Air Hoso Schrader Metal Trro Valves n Tyre Pressure Gauges ECKSTEIN BAY STREET — Chamois Leathers Yellow Polishing Cloth. Miracle Black Adhesive Miracle Tub Caulk Scalar Durcx Masking Tape Shaler Hot Patches Spsrton & 12 Volt Horns Clear Hooter 12 Volt Horns Chrome Rim Embellishers Kxpsndlng Reamers Extra Cutters for Reamers Auto Eugine Valves Fan Mills all Models Rear View Mirrors insulation Tape Pram Tyring 1 %  111 %  in 1 in METAL CYCLE PUMPS Schrader Air Line Blow Gun Lionlde Leatherette All Shade Birkmyre Canvas BROTHERS DIAL 4269 TWl \TV I ir.HTM RACE Final Handicap Dashing Princess, Lunwtyi, n-j ag Di Belle Surprise iran 9 horses came nndai DM I %  111 of U.i tka1oB| tched leaving a distance Of these. First The Held got off to o good start Admiral, jolly Miller, Caprice and with Aim Ah. Id each carried 1, 2, 3 and I A pull. lbs. overweight As the gate* ll.ii I IW. ilHVlivclv. riuvmc (ii-.\:. I: flew, Apollo tSIaiut 11 that < The-Air bad %  < latS i'.imp, and The Barbados Selector, with such a strong nucleus of players (Fletcher upt got off first and was TJie ." A l e obviously able to experiment in the case of R. C. Branker of ,„ .his position when the field ""'['^ im "'''" the Combermere Intermediate team ami G. Sobers, recently of thci.,, !" ,! the stands f* the first JSSl i Wl re mJ "? '? POl, w, B K > ir'., Club ** m anrt now of ,hP Po,k0 team mTFirs Adimral .Yvonet) was ^* Ah n.amti.h'' r !" 1 ^" 1 8 ""'-T 1 o"^ Und Wertcs Walcott Ma "h*" t Hunte, ^ nA with March Winds (Hajal) Sit toe thSr SSSSSSSSSS "Ss-3 Jowe, -edium men y arm **** Bf*ar, the B.C.L. w,l. Jff £ k (i( ld P JB W..M tlie jfc'fflj lation they have encountered in hrCf rurlotlJI pole. In the mennhaneU and P he meeting their entire existence. MUM III J: WKST INDIES CRICKET V17IIAT of West Indies cricket? The latest news from tuna March Winds had moved up lo second pdtltlon UN Colombus who was lying in the fifth po-i•l^n made a challenge coming around the benil fn-m the ouUide. Tlie brown CoJl p-isscd the field going up the triiight to win comfortably by one and a half lengths from First Admiral who beat Apollo In* '"-• by a TWENTY-fritTM RACE Junior Handicap This wus Inc %  the Trinidad Prcks. the unofficial mouthpiece of the West Indies Cricket ^ 9 om ? 0, • ta o tfl< "f*<^ that one Trinidad Journalist has found Clyde Walcott unfit This news, untrue a* It Is, still intrigues me, becaur-c in the fir t Place It is news to Clyde Walcott himself and secondly it rmfct haw o-en obl-.in.ct DO Boorcot dour t.. the supernatural. 1 ' ' <-.' mads to say or mean anything but it is putting it a bit thick to be able To stay all the way in Trinidad and examine Walcott in Barbados and then pronounce him unlit just i>ecause Guillen in so brilliant and llinns onl> Might). U brilliant, Trini(lfl of course. f ,n %  ' %  ' wntt-i ,,f the article who has more wrJ!H? n £u i!*. H ,p ? 1 I**" *'" hcr thc "fpre^ntat'ves of toe hall furlong We sl Indies Cricket Board of C.ntrol here or the Barbados Cricket K, vc„ were ri^fi £ ^^"^ ^"K lhc Wttrt ,nd,ei Cricket Board of field of live of whj . 'w 66. The Past replied wilh 84 excluding Roy Marshall. Ken Rickards lllu-.|on and Super Jet each car'or at close of play. ed 5, 7 and 3 lbs. overweight ret Id Boy pf Old Boys Beat Present Boys The first Pnst vs I*rescnt cricket rnskfa of the Coleridge and Parry .School, played at the school grounds on Wednesday, resulted, in for th<> Old Bovs. The Present. I ivtn| WOQ thc vent for the y "cheek." thi' EZSiJL rT C S W ". \ X M % "" d P" ,n ul| y obvious thit the writer is foreign to West Indies Cricket history but certainly this earns him no extenuation for making a nonsense of West Indies cricket ^ ., ., h ^ knOW lhat Walco !" n "lake a West Indies team on hh be bsttUlg in the West Indies tour to New Zealand at thi the Australian lour? Whom would he substitute f..i Hoy Marshall spaettVOiy. Coleridge, made the day's highest Super Jet ridden by Yvorn-t got f^ of 37 W-usa C BEiDI IT to a flying start and was !olf* nf PTry. dominated In thc nwed by Apple Sam mid Illusion, fowling department taking 5 im U Rue and Battle U •Wan -ill runs In 7 overs eft flat-footed at the ga "• M Griffith of Present top The Held singled out in Indian co !" 1 f '" "* 22 and end of mo by the three furlong pole h ,'''"' %  %  • "' Pwatnl lmwlcd • with Sui>er Jcl still in thc lead S !" J '" lilk< '"K^SSiWSi^^^^SS^ffSS ?#; ; .-.6 laSoMaUSiw %  "" the bend to enter the -i U ^ll k C to pom L'V t ,hjl iitr..ght when Apple Bam (TWr( *f:,S r J ffllh ,f '' iter quotas would have to ; teU up) challenged and took over following are the scoreseven if the figures of $8,000 be paid the professional to paa Lt. vhich the i that this would be all sum nsure that West Indies cricket which people Uk> Walcott %  Sl.alnin! RST I'"I ^ ^'^ 5 lhe w rldcrtelJ"ladcleMn Blighty in 1950. at least remains there. ,. T u, WHA T Dll> TIIK PROS CONTRIBUTE? W rf/J 0 £30000 p,.„n fa, tuc 1950 tourNot the Wot % T Indies Cricket Board of Control Ixit included in the liM of •rnrfcen were Walcott (remember his I^ird 1 Wt.Mii Marshall. Valentine and Ramadhin The Tests against India will be International riescvT novsi* T ISNJS,., li b centuryi, Wcekc: Baa&5ce&afi&5t&&Z nonsensical esperimcnllnn should be duly"recontol"'lo 'Z'^Za the plo.le., .mm,, w.,t Indie, cricket pnSvie.~--.~-seany juKKlins e used up for i try ludgmen! DafcrirIksi bjr of West Indian crlckei op~lnlee. U, Open Cn.mpjonsH.p .J .^.Ytffv'cTlpfiJKp'.S. Pr-fSSS,-! 1 '"?.' "-*--""• "•' Canadian GoU Ihls winter, lhe Colonel who Is strictly nn amateur lhe,i: ,"o ,Tu''. d b,',r.,'" 1 ,h """"—''• %  "" S The Colonel admitted at once that he was taking the Job wilh some misgivings but he has had considerable experience In teaching and the Open Championship and the Medal Play Championship which he has won are tho only events not played off handicap and therefore are thc only real championships in the true sense of the word. Members of the Roekley Club who were so disappointed at the news of Mr. Wakclam's inability to come will no doubt be glad to learn that they will still be provided with the opportunity for having their games hecked and polished. cot.. vtMia by the seven furlong pole lo win comfortably by one and a half s lenghts. Illusion wan third flv< lengths behind Super Jet. TWENTY-SIXTH RACE This event was run ova. VSffl ,' and a half furlongs with a SaU of twelve, ten being scratched. "''' %  *' %  * kpr iiuaaand^ b Of those going. Street Arab. The r. i-SgTk B Thlnj and Vectts each carried 4. 8 snd S lbs. overweight reJ 1 "," specbvcly "J" Aim L*ow tCrossley up) I'd thc field followed by Mary Ann rid""•" den by Yvonet. Vectis (guested). Magic Gaye and Topsy, The field raced past the five furlong pole £ In this order. Aim Low kept the < lead all thc way until they reach[| ed the two furlong pole when there were some exchanges coming around the bend, they bunched and Fluffy Ruffles piloted by Holder came through with a driving finish to win by half a length from Topsy who beat Magic flaw Into second place by a head. %  .<• %  %  -i in PAS1 BOI %  • !--l KMM.. %  • - Hunundi Mpd iC M c; E i_ Tlvom-taii b Pbllllpi i>l i.p* ipd. kpr. bl-hillii^ %  %  TWENTY-SEVENTH RACE Roekley llandicup Seven were scratched bom unoriginal 13 antrtas for this event, thc one but last of the Meeting. *• B !" -' It was run over a distance of 9 2 ,S,7, ,';!1 furlongs, and toe handicappers R ,T,^ \ ihanija lbI X % %  I %  %  OWU.Ni; ANALYSIS <> M Denny j 3 RACING NOTES Han St. Kitls Produced A Champion ? By BOOKiE W ITH Ufcraa days of r-cmg to be ai'cussed it is uiinculi lo pick on sriy special event tor la* fhiaf n.p... tnara u nu..>.i vaai epetiai IMN ary buoy is uliung about. 1 no nurse la Miss Koasfnary ItOOni Loiomous. A blacs coil suanuing .. unit uiuier sixteen hanus, ne did not m-K mi asaattag until last Monuy. Tnis wag in toe nine lusogtfl Wk Lass horses and slier tying in tne r--r LBS ..my Mj.is. eoioinuu^ CBBM iniough at ue unisn to win in a gC] K"i\iiiuiin ntannsg BOOB caiuinal. m uie lime 11 was inougnt 1* Aouai niaae A goou norse in UM luiure. Uut no one, except pvtapa ins uaiii-i. knew just now near mat future was. An n turned 'in loiornuu? came oul IM winner of tne sweep wiUi no Mss Hiau %  MB amg lo Hal eradtt. Tne nature ol his wins is quite inothM sloiy. % %  liu. weignt was 1.gm enough 111 UM BXgl itf oeuJavc. nui only was ne a tmee-ycar-uia, but a maiaen us wm .11 ..iv moo(i luce nuwever. over "•'.1 furlongs, he was moved i.sot up .0 Ui lbs. .>na once again he defeated tne same carainai, tnis untv, Uiougnt. snowing mucn rnore dasn and speed. \.nere fte looKeu .UN I DBOy iii ru nr.si race be now luokeu lite a precocious two0O nuj oil. Aluiougii Carainal was siul allowing mm J 10s. 11 BM inn ,ii tAa race 11 was -tear that it snouia have Deen an OUJM #jy louiid. lay t'oloinbui not only b*w* MBB T .lav hora*. over 7 V liulonga once again, but went up into D class, and over nine furlongs, red a sound defeat to a n old stayer like Cross bow. Cross HUM be said, allowed him four more pounds than weigm-or age auu In addition made a bad start. But at the DnisA he wus ..ml if lengths behind Colombus who apparently had a lit He to spare. mem. once again, came the consistent Cardinal. I| 11 dUflsCUkl to Mud past three-year-olds with which we mtg-V coaipare. cuiumbus. Aionuc II Immedlutcly sprung 10 everybouy 1 mind, for he too did not come into prominence until toe August meei%  11 all he did was to win one F class race with irarj UfDl watafit from u G clasj. horse. At the end of that momn ne .\1111 to Anmi and a/001 two rnccs. On the face of H therefore, M Bra that Colombus must be even better than Atomic 11 i-.. age. Ling indeed because here we are In November with only live weeks to go before the Trinidad Derby and it is not um 1 tms eleventh hour mat we iind sometning capable of giving •fright Light a run for her money in Ijie Trinidad Derby. Up to Uie I Colombus won his third race at the Meeting 1 was still prepared lo make Bright Ught a firm favourite. But the manner of 1 win over u furlongs leaves mc in considerable doubt. It is now a race worth going to see. Nexi I BUM say that I htm never enjoyed s race more than 1 Mitt. Ct tli b baan Stake*. Alter years of campaigning for the %  ail I to uur programme here, and in TnniLfad, BDd receiving the proverbial brick wall opposition, It was not '-.int. but downright astonishing, to return to toe Island ittsence of only live months, to hnd a complete metamorphosis m the attitude o( the most militant objectors lo a race of d %  Mr. Cbaswi Landmark is a stayer of a high order and 1 can think of taw mile and half races that were ever run at such a warm cup. Castle in lhe An .^eein to nave bolted with Johnny Belle in this race, and 11 was not surprising that when he passed toe judge box for toe Bret Unto to see that he had done ihe5H furlongs In 1.09. I thought wc .••ore gouig to witness another rae like the famous affair with Alwin ran off with Fred Thirkell, ncve r looked back, and won in louvinemn Myle lioin Haven. %  previous Governor's Cup winrx r I; .' I. ii..irk, who was always well up. took his measure at tne Hu caught and passed him at the foot of the stretch .iid Ihtn came home in a bcnutilul driving finish, much as I have iftin Been h Bnisfa I .V, or T'r furlong race. Young Whittaker. making bis debut as a Jockey, rode a good race to bring Flieuxce 1 it mile and a half races I think have been instigated a little iatc for poor Flieuxce. Two years ago when she was waiting her %  niter distances with formidable miers like Elizabethan and Rebate, she might well have won quite a number of them. 1 also noticed thai Belle Surprise, formerly thought to be a sprinter by ner over S furlongs at exercise, ran third not very far beh'.nd. Mr Fred Bet hell's Abu All accounted for two races in class A. Much cracked up before the meeting opened, he must havo ocgun a bil short for ho wus beaten pointlessly on thc first day. ,1 had hiile horse but 1 can nee nothing extraordinary Yvottft, whose average at winning the first and last races it a meeting must be very high indeed, set him off at break-neck he Final Handicap and I found It much to the credit of ne horse that he stayed on so well. But he did not have the tough which others have had in this race in the past. top classes who deserve mention are Castle in the .if and Fur Ltd?, who were both winners over B furlongs. Castle n the An won a MH an.,i.ing race. Over the ldst three furlongs inning away from them with ridiculous ease. Ills run in thc mile and n half had apparently made him fighting fit. Two Brno ware not winners but who did not fail to impress were .nid Pepper Wine. The former gave Abu Ah a taste of real speed in the Sprinters Stakes which he could not match over Hires furlong*. Ii i> clear that if she could be properly he would be much better by far. Thc latter, now n mare .-•.iiihoerad M much speed, at the end of the Final Handicap that one wonders what she would hove done with them .11 haa prune. It is against a crook like this, long past her best, that' we can judge our standard 0* it was. when she and Atomic II were ruling the roost, against the present day lot. The r.iniii; in C clasc produced some mixed results. Of the in the three days there were four winners. Mr. "Bunny" &i wards* newly imported filly Fluffy Ruffles was the double Rtenat and well deserved this honour. She had shown promise from exercise and with only two months in the tropics to acclimatise I ihink xhe did more than is usual for horses who have been here for such 0 short time. Spoor Grass and Test Match were two others who won. I find ndlar In the respect that they mav win a race Just as easily as they will loose one and so they keep us In the dark most of the time. The other winner in this class was the mare Mary Ann. She was thc only other crcole. besides Pepper Wine, racing in the niported classes at this meeting and when she defeated them over :>'j furlongs giving weight to all except Careful Annie it was another victory for the late great O.T.C. Will the sires of to-day keep up the standard of crao l BB as this horse maintained It throughout toa war wars and just after. Comparing their racing form with his they should be streets above him. But that U left to be seen. FROM 86 YEARS EXPERIENCE Socony-VscutUB has produced "Tlit World's Largest Sailing Motec Oil", with sack records as: — M0BIL0IL was in the engine of tat Spirit of St Lenin when Lindbsrg spanned the Atlantic from New York to FarK Admiral Byrd. gttr Hubert Wllklns and aUngford Smith, all used MOBILOIL. MOUIXOIL lubricated John Oobb'n "RailWn Special" holder of the land speed record of 403 miles per hour. And the ssakars of MOBILOLL supply .ho lubricating alls for the SVM.B. %  Queen Elisabeth" and RMS "Queen Msry"-hsvs Inbrirstsd las engines of every Worth Atlantic record bolder for ths past 30 years. For Just s fsw cents more, ysu too cn gat this um* protection far ysnr •ngtn--wly IM MUsSed with less? msisT ON Mobiloil ''The Greatest Name in Motor Oils QAKDINE* AUSTIX 4 CO LTD. ATLAS PAINTS combine robust and economical protection with splendid decorative finish. Sufar Estate Manajen, Engineers. Building Contractors. Architects, specify ATLAS TROMCAt CRAOI (PUNGU} MUilAHT, PAINTS PRODUCED IN ENGLAND BY THE MAKERS OF "ATLAS A" WOOD PRESERVATIVt DMO-Jl amiable frorr H. JASON JONES S CO. LTD., P.O. Box 141 larhedas. ATLAS health and brilliance for your hair Here is Silvikr.n Lotion with ^T Oil, the right-style hair dressing thit keep* ^•Jjjj your hair healthy! It contains oils which groom your aoir without greaaiacn, a lotion which tones up the whole scalp, and Av SiMkrm to nourish the hair roots. Pure Sik-ikrin is a unique blcrxl of all the 18 hair-forming substuKcs ..hich your hair niust havj for healthy vigorous growth. l\'o moreunhealthy hair, no more daniruff! Silvikrin Lotion with Oil will bring new life and bri'Jiaifce to your hair. Ask for a bottle today. Silvikrin >; LOTION WITH OIL Tht Right-Style Hair Drtssmg ATLAS PMSERVATIVI CO IT. [NGLANC| .'. '•"" IWIWJ.'V <*. %  Star. Ica.i mi fassrdsssVigr, /**r# S,h i**. %  assists* BBses. 1 */ lavnswaf ki,r 1 asm**/.



PAGE 1

I SDAV NOVEMBER 16. 1 SINIIAY ADVOCATE PARE FITS RACING RESULTS AT GAMMON SAVANNAH. SATUIDAT. NOVEMBER IS. III! WEATHER: Fine TRACK: Finr 53 SS : CRAVESENII HANDII IF Cba "Q" and Uwr-H tSIU. IM. $4it—5'i B.T.C. Autumn Meeting Prize List RESULTS OF 2' SWEEP 1 TWINKLE, h.b. bf. Dunusk-Whit Lady, 101 lbs., Mr. L. J Seah Jockey Crossley 2 EN PRIX. h.b. ch.g. Jetsam-Sun Maiden 128 lbs. Mr N L Nothnagel Jockey Singh 3 BLUE GRASS, h.b. ch.h. Roidan-Pet. 114 lb... Mr' George A Fordo Jockey Holder ALSO RAN: Poplin (Quested 110-2 lbs). Dynamite (Blades 97 lbs) Joan's Star (Belle 103*3 lbs.); Blue Diamond (.Newman 133 lbs> TIME: 1 091 PARI-MVTl'EL: Win: $3 12, Place: 1.36, $142.91.72 FORECAST $708. START: Fair FINISH Easy. i lengths, 1 length. TRAINER: Mr. S. Masaiah. The prize list I* " follow* — Ticket Ne>. Her*Ma. SS -2161 Cokimbu* .. li AA-9172 Ordinal 14 OO—1012 Super Jei 11 B — 4173 Fluffy Ruffles 10) QQ 2613 Twinkle 10) 134 Abu All 9 A — 9901 Apple tarn 81 PF— 9133 En Prm R — 2835 Landmark tii Place 4in Mm %  ft flft tn< kMn oividet nt,*. 90 nia 1 %  as iron It M MM NOV. 16 — NO. 250 TOPICS BY JOE & ROBERT 3.9I6.00J i . '8 no •it. Of'i %  HI !• % %  I W< MS* mm " tard Race : WORTHING HANDICAP—Claea "B" (9109. 1159. 945)—9 Farlenn •U Le wl l MM x-Dido. 113 lb*., Mr. S. A Blanchelte 1. FIRELADY bf The Phc Jockey Quested. 2 PEPPER WINE: b.m O T.C -Condiment, 107 lbs., Hon J. I) Chandler. Jockey Crossley 3 TIBERIAN LADY b.m. Tlberius-Wurtn Welcome, 108 • 6 lbs. Nt V. Chase. Jockey Singh) ALSO RAN: Castle in the Air. (Belle 128 lbs.): Nrfari (Hajal u~. lbs, Mrs. Bear (Holder 104-4 lbs.): Test Match (Yvonet 116 lb). Lunways (Newman 115 Ibs.j, Belle Surprise (Whlttaker 103-6 lbs.) Dashing Princess (O'Neil I0ft-t4 lbs.) TIME: 1.56 4/5. PARI-MUTUEL Win: $6.90; Place: $3.30: 55.18. $6.94 FORECAST: $184 80 START: Good. FINISH: Easy 1, lengths, 2 lengths. Mill Raee ; BtXLEVILLE HANDICAP Claaa T' and Lower (3 y-o. over)—87M. (8235. |llft. 849)—7, Farlani. 1 COLOMBUS br.c. Cobrose-Busy Woman. 130 lbs. Miss Roaemar> Boon. Jockey O'Neil. 2 FIRST ADMIRAL b.g. Admirals Fig-Flak, 117. 1 lbs. Mr. F. E. C, Bethell Jockey Yvonet. 3 APOLLO, b.g. Sun Plant Apronelle, 109-3 lbs Miss K. C Hawkins. Fletcher. ALSO RAN: March Winds (Hajal 08 lbs), Jolly Miller (Quested 100r2 lbs). Chutney (Crossley 122 lbs); Caprice (Blades 84 t-3 lbs TIME: 1.35 4/5. PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $188; Place $1.28. $1 40, FORECAST: $8.52 START: Good. FINISH: Easy II lengths, neck. TRAINER Mr. J. Fletcher. 25th Rare : JI'NIOR HANDICAP—Claaa "F" and Lawer (t >*> $790, (8335. $115. 540)—5' %  Fariosus 1 APPLE SAM, b.g. Jetsam-Apple Fritter, 128 lbs.. Mi J H Goddard Jockey Thirkell. 2 SUPER JET. chc. Jetsam-Wedding Gift, 115 lbs. Mr. F. E. C. Bethell. Jockey Yvonet. 3 ILLUSION, br.f Jim Cracker Jack-Will Olhe Wisp, 101 lbs, Mr C. A. Proverbs Jockey Holder. ALSO RAN: Battle Line (Hajal 92 lbs.); Jim La Rue (Blades). TIME: 1.M4-5. PARI-MUTUEL Win: $126; Place. $1.10.51.14 FORECAST. 8180 START: Good: TRAINER. Mr J. R. Goddard 72 other hor**s divide 527104 eacn. LIST OF IIOBSES MVWS BpsgM II. 9901—Apple Sam. B—2176 F-re Lady. 8844—Jim La Ru*>. 4173—Fluffy Ruffle* C—5352 Dashing princes*. 0998— Cartful Annie 1314— Darh-i Jane. 5525—iCons.) Jinx. D— 7888 Viceroy. 2081—Fuauxce. 1021—Caprice. 28": 1—Tnn'.rook 3095—Vectis. F—5341 Joan's Star. 8663— Devil's Symphony, 6224— Tert Mats 9421— Frederick The Great. H—9035 5>ench Flu irl ng Dawn. 'i Sea Foam. 5213—Vigilante J—6572 Blue Grass, 8752 \fa Pole K—4i: Meerschaum, 8189-Ctoss B-.* L—8147—Mary Arm. 1153 Q—6228 Yasim.ii. il86--Sln.ct Aub 6987 r.btrmi Lad.. M3.U R—2625 Landmark. BOSS—-Chutney. S—9953 Hopsy, 2942—Spear Orass. T—4003 Hi and Low. V—2470 Jolly MUtar. W—5426 Battle Line X—033? Aim Low. 4083-The Thing. /. 5358 Bell" Surprise 73W AA—5766 Mrs. Bear 2390-III iftwood, 8172 -C.irdmat. BB—8371 Contralto. 7983-Pni"-' Line. t20B—JeahHiav CC—8459 Castle in the Aii. 3011 I IIM a> U \ DD—9587 Apollo Mil % %  €> % % %  EE—4796 Nit Wit. FF—1710 First Admiral. GG—o;0 Rambler R> Wonderful. 11—8765 Diamond Queen. KK—7287 March W nds. 7586I'eppeWine LL^80I Nefari. 6803—Gavotte 6230— Magic Gaye. MM—8865 Galavhicl*. 3771' illusion NN—3801 Blue DtaflM HM fUa IVIian, 5172— Dynamite. %  Ng niji 'SS SS ll.k'l sMBJ nckou no* •....-I %  Ml 1SW Mrh M hohlri lit. J*. Sl*4. |H lie*. MSI ••) i And Itfh*bod k .".H • *.at in* .loot p, %  A -iilil Who laM ion n." ukrd And he ivpiiod lit Ji< BU lai %  '" %  laiaugn • %  • %  UaJ u*. il... ooiiiadM 1*11 .i* .. ,i r. ltt %  I ..... .. No* ChiWlnuu duv.ii>. n ar* %  Pray ,rt\ %  %  %  i'^pin 2011 i mnfclr, U784OO—2434 Abu Ah. 2012—Supri Jei I'P 2117—My Love II. 9133—Fn Prix QQ-58B4 -Collctoii tin— 7211 Mr Friendship SS— 2161—Colombus. 2512—Cavalier. "SS •oi, mm mi mi aw. %  S FINISH: Easy. 1| lengths. 5 length* Challenge Laddei Matches 26th Race : NOVEMBER HANDICAP—Ctaas "C" and Lawer—$BM. (BBB5, $135. $50)—7H Fnrteaga 1 F1.UTFY RUFFLES, bf. Pink Flower-Golden Fairy, 121 lbs Mr. J. R. Edward*. Jockey Holder. 2 TOPSY. ch.f Emir d'Iran-KUlocure. 125 lb*. Mr. K D Edwards. Jockey Newman. 3 Magic Gave, gr.f. Magic Red-Ecilace. 118 lbs. Mr M. E. R Bourne Jockey Belle ALSO HAN: Devil's Symphony (Blades 105 lbs .), High and Low (All 106 lbs.); Street Arab (Singh 110*4 Ibi.). Mary Ann (Yvonet 130 lbs-, Flleuvcc (Whittaker 115 lb*.); Aim Low 5) Durham Jane (Fletcher 115 lbs.) TIME: 1.35 4/5 PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $3.54; Place: 1 64; $264. $1.54. FORECAST: $27. START: Good FINISH: Close: i length, head. THATNIR: Hon. V. C. Gale. ?7lh Rare : R(M KLKV HANDICAP—Class "D" and l-awer S8M. ($265. $135. $451—9 Furlens* Durli.n UM lull taatOn DM UU Club House. Because of hi %  Mrdal Pl^y Champion OWtlOBal interest in then the President's Cup competitions. aiTairs, Mr Benjamin has been two of the major fixtures on the %  l.i ted i A regulai member nt golfing schedule which will be th Golf Commitieo oiling th< played simulUueously next vacancy left open b> In* Captan SJlurday anu 1 Sunday, the Reekie/ ami Vice-CapUin at the UjDM %  divot-digger.lumed llieir energie* the annual meeting in S to Challenge Ladder matches v.ith The results of the ChaJlansx K'ne spectacular rasulU. ladder maUhes during the pavt Among those to batter Uwll wtjffgi and the eliallenges, mdual petitions in the stiuggle to reach „\u the date thev wan polled the top twelve before Feu. I. lollow Players arc reminded tbV when the team which will ro, hallenges must be accep' pieseni Rockley in Trinidad will leq days of posting or a walkbe selected, were Colin Thomas, ovsjr conceded jumped victories over A. W. Tempro and Dorian Cole; Ted Henjuniin. wh< played binvseif intu the first vWo by beating Geoffrey huiiw. MEN'S i. \Dm K Kes tilts w Tempro lefeab Peter GLU dofaatgd V. Hufite. A Bcnjan in defe., I COLOMBUS br.c. Cobrosc-Bus> Woman, 122 lb*. Miss Rosemary Boon. Jockev O'Nol. ? CARDINAL b.g O.T C— Biretta 118 lbs Mr J W Chandler Jockey Crossley. i CROSS BOW. b.K. Burning Bow-Chivalry. 130 lbs. Mr. Cyril Barnard (Hon V C. Gale) ALSO RAN: Assurance (All 102-1 lbs); Colleton (Singh 109-3 lbs ): Seedling (Belle 106 lbs ) TIME: 1.571 PARI-MUTUEL Win $3 26; Place $170; $1.44 FORECAST: M 04 START: Good. FINISH Close I length, 1 length TRAINER: Mr. J. Fletcher 28th Race : FINAL HANDICAP—Claaa "A V B" Only— f 1.6*9. ($336. $185. $80)—71-1 Farlonc1 ABU-ALL ch.c. Pernan Gulf-Fair Witness. 122 lbs. Mr. F. E. C Bethell Jockey Yvonet. i. LANDMARK, ch.m. Pylon II-Esperance. 133 lbs. Mr. V. Chase Jockey Singh. 3 PEPPER WINE. b.m. O T.C -Condiment 104 lbs Hon J D Chandler. Jockey Crossley. ALSO RAN Castle in the Air (Belle 123 lbs); Demure (Whittak'i 105-. 2 lbs. Harroween (Quested 128 lbs); Yasmten (Newman 110 lbs); Fkrelady (Fletcher 113 lbs.) Sweet Rocket (Lewi* KJ5+4 lbs.) TIME: 1.331. PARI-MUTUEL Win: $3.54; Place $1.54; /I.74, $2 52) FORECAST: $18.92 START: Good. FINISH Close 1 head, I length TRAINER: Mr F E C Bethell Manning. P. D. McDennotl, who long and potentially s en sat i o n al climb by defeating Mai Cole. Keilh Murphy and William p. i> Grannum. Several others acceptCole ed chaliangaa from their pursuer* u Hinkwn defeated and successfully defended their FttzGerald, I.ADIKS I. \lilii i; INBM M it Wilson defeated Mis Mrs V Manning defeatad Mrs. Simtli Mrs. Wylu defeated Mrs. N. Mrs. E. Vidmer defeated Mrs. \. \l-iliity re. Mm. II KIIIK defeated Mrs. V. \ illlIHIK. Challengea Novemb-i II Mm Wylle chalengtd Miss Atwell. Mr.* King ehal% %  i Mrs Mnclntyre. NovtmbCl 12 Mrs. Vidmer i 'i.iilrnged Mrs. Beasley. bti 13 — Mrs. Grace i Mrs. Smith. %  lupin. Arid tutStUlutS II. I (i K( warm Urn Rul *|mia>lfK in.ii MUSI Hiflcr %  And Son I rWlM Ihrlr ml l.tka Ihc tin*.llcorvw tloWi*. Th*> %  hiiuld i: No mi 1 do I b< By Hotoril I— %  .1 1 iiahl mlo Hrll %  The poor than •-• ihli %  %  hi mi-' %  1 .... Ttin raa I apoatorcd by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM a .t/s:: %  ,, :u>* & fag Ll4 .P.O.B.'\ 1704 MASS A V, TI 1 sifrTi*H>'< TnTur-i'iTs %  firt Zo'TlVr.'vT**' mi 1 M. i"M,N 1 Vl.LAAD IHAIllOl The ladies were almost as active -,/ith Mrs. Bronda Wilson re£.iinnif No. 1 position by deleatin,; Mi lasnaal Beasley. while Mrs. Verj Manning moved upward with a victory over Mr*. Peggy Smiili in .i more is gtogted King .-xpected to have signed up before Novembe IBCole challennorl Thursday night, when the entries Tempro. < lose and n White Hat auction will Novembe: 11 Orannum chaV m tom UCtad i rd llenji.min nt '< ngod Grace We'll soon have that better with The collar for all occasions Vw, llllll Ifcl '<' %  vhtfh kk rllir wh,h vou *n hrmf run.-ritiion.! •x .> ,! Tfcm < ii U wo.ni on IBP curvf inc. fit ihc niiuial ihapr id ihr nk—n i. pirrpiinnally loin wraiint *<*A .1... Hnart and lomfcwiablr in an \\<* \xu>x*l nd pronon, I H womb> tarllilmW mrn ^^rvwherc Av^l.bkit, ... dtifcrnl • C OINTMENT Gcrmolene Oinlment soothe? and penetrates.' Ii protects skin injuries, rashes, scalds, and insect biles from the entry of harmful bacteria, and stimulates healing. Keep a tin handy for family use. SC.LDS.MSHEJ, VanHeusen C2 IMt Olid'**. SlHI-STiPf CCKL*" -BBBBBBBBB,!,--!o in Jen? Hercules 7he Finest Bicycle 8uUt To-day •MUSHMS, Itc. GBRMOLSNE i <* i at a touch k Qbtdinanu evervuhtrt. Sv Ihfin .IIIW m — Barbados Co-operative Cotton Factor/ Ltd. Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar Store AND AT ALL LEADING DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND



PAGE 1

i'\t.h SIX SUNDAV ADVOCATI. HISTORY goes to the HEAD 'The Coronation begin* to have an influence on United States fashions. Jewels emphamise crowns. iclitt i I .anting one of the most popular fabrics, and coronation red-~a deep rubu —Ii a fir''fashion shade Some designers, looking further, hare found ideas In si'NU.U \U\I\M:.K it,. 1932 with GaadardB Liquid 811 vw Polish lt the itratltm c leaner than !•: Jiut tan) reratra mm d*liru* aurfttoa of rr pr-louaailrer. llkeaome birab pnli*l.ado Tmwhar Uan ihr tarnt>h <*hirn || whlpa ofl to Malty I yet ., It. T lhn dlvar thai' MfeNi at moil good ( i nddniil s gi'IIi si i. vr.it POLISH with a damson, almond green and black mixture Is suggested for .irternoon wear. The dress has a here are two suggestions from acncM not * < hc 1U ,0,,ar bu high neck, slender skirt, and a the current Dorville collccti. n to 1 _."/ 1 ind > d ul crop. M* side panel. howing two up-to-date styles o( Hf",? w otn n *'> the suit *o neckline ,njt lhc fur over, P the suit A second, more original used collar. In this way. the suit will for tartan flannel is for a full still be wearable long after the length hostess or dinner gown. lar. illustrated here on drat* of fui fashlon nas d(ed out Th Ial tere l5 ln ^^ n line black wool. Obviously taking ilit.-d hndire and full *kirt with ts Inspiration from the ruff. 8 As a postscript to their eoUgft. AVrjKS SrlnSna Iron, the adds an unusual touch to HI Uon, Dorville have deMgiu-d ., „ h V X springing trom tnc otherwise completely pl-in dress, complete section for the young rnd makes the perfect foil for working girl, or as she is usually v w jA cai ;„ I'laslirs jawaUtry. Although shown tbtn termed these days, the "Budget" riawiscs* on a wool dress. It could be made gul These clothes have shed With the British Plastics Exin a wide variety of materials to much of that "utility" look durhibttion in London, plastics are %  Ull different climates. ing th* past year and now show a once more in the news. One of the HV Mof HUBIMMBI it IK „ moDB fHlUlful retleetiui, i curnewest developments Is the use of Tt5?i H 1 !" ?,i n J* PJL EL. renl fashion. Suits here follow "clectr: pllcity of the neckline suggested th „ m i,M v i mi ing. This latest variation. '-"' %  how (hilriren Get The World Talking BY CANOM III Ml HtlKt.1 OXFOKD. IMI srasaaa from Bagdad had thi dreamy spires o; o.* %  i us wt the raucous %  nurciy-gurdy; the shriek* from the giant dipper. Oxroid was having its annual Si. fiile* Fair l M ng in the muli I i>(—president •>f hecount i • > National CounCil fur Soriul Welfare. i ... h-vo sent 200 delegatehere V the conference 1 %  i national Union of Family Organisations. II iiRsnlicaiit sign of the times. A Dronf of the importance a rttadf d internationally to t^reethlni>* the stability of marriage, the fir-ct ion of the famll>. and the ratpjatofjM of children. Dr. U.ivic: Mace, pioneer of marriage guidance, links the three: "A couple unhappily married I %  nwUon for their frustration by over-moU.er.iiK iii.-ir children. A happy coupl* u*ll le ( their children tree/' Anj than •'"--• tne mesaages the nations have brought:— nil.f.H M "Bvarj mother here with ten or more ehlldren gets %  medal. A League of Large Families rvlps a 11 Belgian pnrenls with four or more children." FRAME has a warning to tho Welfare State: "Don't steal the normal funetloni of a family by n Lich |..itetnalism." An M.P. from ITALY quotes G. K. barton A child, is sent to school for instruction only when it ts too late to instruct hicm. What is essential has already been done, and, thank God. always by his mothe/." ABd AMERICA and BRITAIN' arc teaching the Continentals III tincenference a good deal iiboul giving children sound sex education and preparing adolescents for marriage. 1 welding" for making the have seams. This makes the traditional AM Z53 „,,,,.". ;.. fro %  •"• '"-"^'"i Pta-tod tort* and ray caf tawing NUH ... ploatk ^SletcW^HaHX? ton '""'""able frin K e trimmings are materials old fashioned. Chief "TE,J* v!u!?'*"w '£?. < '"it pockets. Colours include advantages of the new method are pocket.-. Colouri include advantages of the new method are tobacco brown, and shades of blue longer wearing and absence Of ying from sky to blueberry. perforation marks. thr fanhiaiittble u ami*> trrnrm KAYS E fl "'"" •**•• For PAINTS. VAVNISHKS and the Useful Household Item* for the Coming Xtnsi Season Call At T. HERBERT LTD ">-* %  "> 1800 ROEBUCK ST. and MAGAZINE LANK specially packed tin! fgSl KLIM tli • -t.,i. Flop) mi I' i.ed FROM SMALL I'll.'.' MM ing as well as day wear. The glamorous evening coats are far i--moved trom then* prosaic serviceable ancestor, the "mac." A full plastic satin evening coat. had contrasting turn-back cuffs long tuxedo fronts, and —L.E.S. fAGIBOY CA* Is tr.rfrntd ilh 0 bflrd. gold braid. What's Cooking In The Kitchen C-ROQL'KTTKS These %  rved l '. inch wide. Put I ox. of butter iii a saucepan and when melted osy croquettes car. be ,,dd the tahlespoonful of floui Ut ith cocktails or with meat it fry f„r a few seconds then add the glans of milk. Let the fish, or as a main dish. Croquettes of Omelette* F.KK" 3 Salt Oil or margarine for frying Butter 1 oz. Flour 1 heaped tablesr>-onful Milk I glass not too fall Pepper Nutmeg Breadcrumbs I beaten egg. Grited cheese 2 tablcspoonsful nreadcrurnbs Oil. margarine or lard to fry. With the butter, the flour and the milk moke a very thick Salt A hit of lime skin Sugar 1 tablespoonful Butter 2 oz. Egg yolks 2 Breadcrumbs Oil or lard to fry the croquettes. BEGINNING! [ T BEGAN aa a drab, emptr corner of the room. It looked a llLUe better after the addlUoo or a simple DOX with a shelf, wallpapered Inside. I'WO rows of books gave warmth, and a black wrougnt-lron lamp (3Hs. 0d.>. Hired with a naifshade (around dU), gave indirect lighting. A PAIR of wall brackets to match (53s. fld. each)—one each side of the Qreplaoe—completed the transformation like title :— Beat the 3 eggs in a bowl and crumbs and fry •auce thicken then add e. season with "salt and i,?*? p 7'. ? nd nulme 01 ppat Ukd let ii cool. Take the MM like), l^t li get even thick%  : had of spinach, squeeze all the croquettes, dip them thoroughly and when readv take II" in Ihn haalsii MMH U ..IT >L_ a..-. li the kitchen t.tlil. ompletel.v cold. Then croquettes, dip them in flour, in shape beaten egg, m the breadIn Bo add 1 pinch of salt. Put %  liny Ml "' oil in %  small frying pan and add 1 tablespoonful of eggs at a time making -mall omelettes. Make as many omelettes as you can with the three eggs. When COO) rut them in small stripj rlth Own Croquettes Butter 2 or. Flour 2 tablespoonsful. Milk 1 glass Salt ''oaked spinach a big ball t'HB' 2 garine. (if you the then the beaten egg it off the fire, take off the .ant to economise you of the lime and" add" the suear can use the white of the eggs) the butter and the 2 egg yoUuV and then in the breadcrumbs.Try Mix well, pour the mixture In a line, lard or oil as you big dish and let it get cold. Shape some small croquettes dip BWMl Croquetles them in the brcak:rumba ana k ' pint fry them in oil or lard, or marin semolina 4 oz. jjarine. like **'**,.V.*.'#* ,'.','.*,'.'.•*'+'.'.'< What's all the fuss ahoUt. this is Ileinekens . and no need for any set (tl rules lo ruax Ihis line beer out ol the hollle — here's where the fuss slop* and quality counts Remove the rup. pour voursell a chilly ulass of IIKINKKKN'S then . relax : Man. that's real living . Dryer Smoother Mellower Lighter . and good anytime, anywhere, anyhow because H'g juftt-right Neither too bitter nor loo sweet am) with an added lest that's the secret of masler br#)wen. Day or m-ln. hot or cold, you're always aure of complete enjoyment with HKINKKEN'S STOP PAIN^ QUICKLY with Phensie HEINEKEN'S BEER g M t H V *AA***'.-SSSS.::::VSSJW*SSSVAV* •sssssssss •,•.•.:•'•.:'.:•' %  .•.•.•*•.•.• vs The famous threefold action of PHENSIG '•blets RELIEVES PAIN, SOOTHES NERVES, COUNTERACTS DEPRESSION. No matter how iniruM the pain, no matter how weary your nerve*, how deprtsttd you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you relief and comfort, quickly and safely Remember this —PHENSIC tablets neither harm the heart nor upset the stomach. Don't accept substitutes. Keep a supply of PHENSIC tablets by you I Phensie VI So satisfying ...this Chase & Sanborn TWO TABLETS BRING 0tV/Cjr T-* RELIEF ^ FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS &TCHI'S J V-r, Ii cce with Ih, IrHhng oronio. the heavenly flavor Ihol makei cveiy lip o lalitfvmg H aMl l lii L i. Wilh Choio & Sonbofn you get oil the flavor youf cop con hold. Alt for o„ l Sanbor.. lodoyr



PAGE 1

MMiW VOVEMBIR n', l!M SVNDA1 ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN WANDERER III SAILS WEST m> about >*• By ERIC C. 1IIH< IKK Susan and I hurt often t'lowgh: W*aat delightful MI rwiwu thini. u would i ..fr ananad the world in our own MM II Milling ve>*r4 taking our lime and vis-ting on the wa> all 'h# place* which .' imagined might be interesting or eaterygning. Par ion* time this had eeemed Itkc an unlikely dream of the Never-Never land; and (hen Jut year we suddenly realised that if we wild almost everything we possessed wt could )u>t raise enough money to have boat built specially for that purpose, and to fit her oui and provision her (or such a voyage which might lako tnree or four years. Tin I make a precarious writing about sailing and travel naturally had something to do with our sudden decision to have a 90*foot sailing yacht built and to *•* how far wc could get in her. We chose a length of JO feet not because we consider that Is the Ideal ttxa for an oeean-go*ng vessel, but simply because we could not afford anything larger. Having owned two previous Wanderers, one of wrrcb called at Harhndos early thin y natural that we should christen the new boat Wanderer in She was completed and bunched in March, since when we have ltred aboard her without spending one single mght ashore Now. if yea. ever come to plan year voyage around the world, you will quickly und that you need something more than an atlas, for although on u map the sea always looks calm and bluet and free from danger*, it Is in line beat against a wild her progress is then verj stow uti unrerrJorttfisb-. ao g we s/OtAd of the north-east trade %  UM'.M Indies and on through the Panama Caasal to th< Pacific where we lire proportion of tine weather and fail winds until %  .earing Australia. Beyond that we made na definite plans, but we hoped to *ail up inside the tireal Barrier Iteef through Torres Strait lo the Dutch Eas; Idial Si nunI | Ceylon before south to the Cape of Good Hope. The south-eat t bark wind in the 1 .ig 4 long, long way. and o* eourse we may never succeed, but our mOM immediate problems notorious Day of Biscay and the Weat Indk.ii hurricane aeason. The fanner decided our time of departure from England towants the end of July, so as to be clear of (he Bay before 'he autumn gales set in; but as one should not arrive on the western ltd* of the AVantle before November so as to avoid any risk of encountering a stray hurricane, we would have plant* of time lo cruise along the Spanish :md IVirtutfueso coasts and among the off-lying Storing up the yacht for such an undertaking ah we had in mind also needed a good deal of planning and forethought Obviously we could not carry enough tinned provisions for the whole trip, but we wished lo mkr M much as we WANDERER IXL the Klaeeefc's 30 foot yseht tailing home. They plan to sail Around th* world in nei ERIC HI8COCK. whs bs* written several books on Cruising, typos out this art.rle for the "Advocate" in the caMB of Wanderer Hi in Car iwle Bay. reality vary rarel) smooth, in places U is studded with dangerous rocks and shoal*, and there are periods when it s unsafe to %  tall in certain areas because of hurricanes, cyclones, tornados mid other bad weaUier systems. So before laving your plans in any detail, you will of course make a careful Btlldy of the wind and current charts of the oceans you intend to cross, and of the Pilotspa the books of sailing directions for all seas and coasts are called. Thai Is just what wc did. and Bkeft, having mapped out a rough route we got the large scale charts and found out which of the countries. •stands and harbours wc wished to erg suitable for a crafi eg small as ours, and what dangers We would ha** 1 to circumnavigate. U surelv Is n fiij.cin.ding occupation, and it filled mast of our spare moments while Wand-rrr HI • 'liking shape hi the bin. We dec dea to make 0 west aboui so as to kgap .. nun." : : % %  HI warm lal In We trade winds; there are <* an iibnost a-rmanent aature an*, blowing aaoetly from an easterly direction, would be fair for our purpose Although a sailing veagtl could und room for because of tho foreign currenc) difluhiltiea: our minimum requirements should bo at least enough to take us to Barbados, where we could re-provislon tor the passage to Panama and on towards New Zealand. So bc. foic leaving England we took aboard tinned meat, fruit, vegernllki biscuits and many other things. When tlic eases cont.vnmg these came aboard at ('owes it seemed at first impossible that we rmild ever I n has good atom ge spac-, and D| was disposed Bach 1 Hf. riid space was numi | in book % %  '.' %  i the contents of each, then as our sti u • we crossed each tin off one by one so that at %  BJ moment we might kimw oxactly how much remaim-ii. [fl addition we carried as much fresh %  i thought would keep together with flour, rice, sugar, and other dry provisions. We earned 70 gallons of fresh water in three separate tanks, each of which could l>o filled or drawn from independently of the others, so that if one were to spring a leak or its contents were to go bad we would not lose tho tot. We also loaded photo%  P Iftti alms brom ui papei .mo irteaireil enough for three lo four years, as well as a large supply ul toilet and medical I l'tt*llABut that was only one side of the alure* probi for just soak %  -.• %  %  %  i. %  de Brest where we anchored off whitewashed village and the only sound a-as the hum • and the distant dronr of a threshan % % %  machine. For ten daywe enjo easy-going life in Irano the .inti-cyclone with It* light variable airs drifted then we put to sea determined to reach Spain without further delay. But a change for the ejarge bad come over tiie weuthcr. a succes s ion of depressions a ith Vow hurrying clouds and iain swept in from the Atlantt, and "Wanderer" had feer first taste of bad F %  '!!>-eight lour* •he lav hov<-to while a real Bay of Biscay gale blew its hardest; t from one great sea which came aboard befoi ,> aha v,as properly hove-to, filling the cockpit and burying Ihe deck so that for a moment only th" unturned dinghsand the ventilating cowls could be seen SSsSttfthg mass of green water. sh< %  e rematried in the cabin cooking, eating. sleeping und reading. B< out a gale in %  small racks! i ne an CxpericiKe OffM '' I repeat; the Bjeggg breaking against the egfggg side, and the ceaseless. seme howling of the win.i ?ing, coupled ilh tne \*/ motion, tend to lower the moiale; after a few hours we longed fur Ihe return of better weather. gleam of sunshine and peace. But ev.nm.dly that gale blew itself out as gales always do, and after six days and nights ut sea we reached El Ferrol on the northwest coast of Spain. We stayed a fortnight in that ouintry where everyone e met %  eemaa very pleased to see aJdng day saaV along the coast w i 1 h nearly • i> night in a snug port. From %  m.ide .t m>n-slop 2M'i ile pasaagw down the tnhospi# OB Page It I'll kl I KIR 141 BY VANliOAKll' Hum tn give reliable, ina baaing %  erytce OB any type rf wash .n an* type of eieathtp. Lkat Vasegasarel offers you power. luggado e e with EDI AKHY1NR CAPACITY at the same M.iatr Ring 4294 aasd let CHELSEA GAHAUfc ;.T1 prove b) .i demonstration .hat Vanguard is your best Pickup %  uy — for peaver, performance, .vonomy and durability' rAKTY-TTME CREATIONS BV ItrTTINAB creations for run and flattery, burn of a flair lor the future, and with an fase>f-care urigSBallty to whirl you hr>ugh Decembers formal te-aaou and confidence The fashion-wiae woman who loves .Ustuwtive linos plus all lha newest of fashion detailing will find her every wish fulfilled—By Bet. inas of Crttystooe tph MI>. A PAGE OUT OF SANTAS BOOK and there we were In his nvti aShowroum — brimful with taaeuiatlngi variety of rnechaiiical Toys and amusing Novelties crackers and bulging Stockuiga. -bile Xmaa trves ladru wiul %  parkUng Daeoratlotu and .i hogt %  deiixbtfui ChBdieja hurd the walls above Scooters and Model Curs — well, it |l -n't the HTX>S CO-OP COTTON FACTORY SHOWROOM! MWS BY THE YARD' brought lo you through the courtesy of George Sahely & Co. ill'ikis) Ud. 27 Broad and 19 Swan SheetOvaiantred pure Irisli Linen, line • arm woven into soft. m''l|ow tegture..in choosy colour range. Mf wide „t S3 10 A garden ^election of beautiful Flowered materials (lovely Silks too) trash out of the wrappings — ending •News by the Yard' at SahclvV M> I HIM, LIRE IT FOR PERSONAL FREHHNENH — FLORALINE, the Toilet Water that gives you the utmost pleesurh<>m rragrance This light version of The Bornn Bay Rum Co's. fine range of local products is meant to I* 1 used lavishly .to splash on ad %  lb to dash on after your bath. to gat pleasure from any way you e/fehl A modern idea in personal daintiness, Floralene makes a me*t appreciated C.ift SV*LT IVTLKLtm. Bi HI.Al h MAGIC how t me I sooner dO >ou open a tlD derful no, delightfully dlltiaW Black Magic Chocs than ona eager mouthful Kwds lo another. .md another . and another ana then the tall-tato rustle of paper —orry. folks! did mc>a to aave one for you. But then, someone'.sure to have you on their Black Magic t V 1 .ii.i li lb ikasf i :intmgfj a a e tANAIM-N NRHEHT IK ELECTRIC RANGES AT THE IYKTRAL KMPOR1I M — ntodjell W Superior to suit your part'culai needs! Two ($78) and three <$2 84) plate Table Models eejBRMi with Oven. Juet plug em in llki your iron! A handy Power Mis vSM.40) to halve youi nuxing lime and effort, extract fiuii JUKCB. at dick of switch* Han Dryers m this inter, sling ramie at Central Fuundiy Ltd. ph.42UU. • • • IKTERKHTING R4MIKA TO READ amid huhday beauty eicape fiom cltifled routine, as a soodbye lo a traveller, but above all. the Advocate Stationery sugnests a book as the fascinating Gift for Christmas! Come on In nave a look — fact. fun. fiction books to match the mood and manner of every man! Whilclieek on Gift Stationery and Room Decorations al Ad 1 Stationery. A LITTLE PAINT MARCH A LOT OF mi i i i:i M and Plantations Ltd. are prepared to nack that with an ample supply of fine paints, varm-hes. enamels and distempers in a pleasing i ange of colours. Time. loo. to brute, sunshine light Into the home for Christmas, add new ii.nin and beauty with horoohrighteninv paints from Ptanl.td iih 44(Hl. 4534 LISTERS ARE HERE AGAIN! It's the taster Lighting! plant. popular throughout Barbados and iiedaily in the countryside for 'he highly reliable and economical latter method of generating your own cur runt for home or industrial use Dnvn >% the Lister Diesel Engine the 2 t, K W StartO-Matle 110 Volts A C. and 3 KW "Ian Is aje supplied by THE it MitiMinuiiMim . jablllljl wggg JMV 1 — figure in maidenjprm's Orejg-ture* aVW arae! Hare's the firm. Hat taring support io give roaj %  really dreamy figure .. .to makr your ailhouetlr i ml* fa-hinnabls! Discovri Orel bsrVl lift. as lovellnrs* !•) %  >! In *oar ba.erk. fahn. %  ,. Geauaae Maidenform Uratsiasaaaraesadr onl* inllirl oiled taataa mi Ames ke ka • mm'i/r/i/f/rm for evary type ot hgure. To • keeP f it h Healthy, happy ramilies take BNO'S Fruit Salt Plcasani, refreshiaf Pnik Seat" is the gentle correcOve most of us need to keep the system regular. EN'O'S it P"*Jy auiuble for children-anJ fat anyone with adelicate stomach. ENO S aeseJy relieves over-acidity, a most frequent cause o( indigestJoo, hfartburn anal natulence. li soothes and settle* the stomach upset by unsuitable food or drink. A dash of'ENO'S at any tune of day soakes %  Bpgrtlipg, invigorating health-drink. Keep ENO'S bandy I Eno's Fruit Salt RgSMB LAI *TION. sn | in UbW its. an in. sstsv INDtGBSTiaM. •*• Sold in bottUa for lifting frtshnfM.



PAGE 1

1 NDA1 NOVrMBEK It, 1152 Sl'SDAV ADVOCATE I'M New Tasks For Sugar Council Big World Surplus: Wore Advertising Needed By BL'TK HKWKS A full meeting of the International Su*rar CouacA bata London on November 24th. faced with one of the 'lillkuh problems it has ever had to deal with— bitf %  I surplu* of sugar. Thft primary purpose of theternational Sugar Agreement fln>. meeiins u to consider recommen-drafted in 1937 and extended sevdations made by lhe recent Lonoral timw since (hen This tggmSV,'?^ **• Council', moot has regulated the producPe f !" Con ; m,,t **'<• *"na about Uon and export of free market a closer balance of sugar supply sugar, and demand At this month's meeting, howHui far wider problems tace the ever, the Council will vote on a Council and some of its members recommendation by Its Special are understood to be ready to urge Committee that the United Nathal It should now begin to ploy s tlons be asked to call an Intcrnamore active part in promoting the llonal Sugar Conference next welfare of the world's sugar Spring to draw UD a new asreepndnoaa< ment. Other international bodies conSuch an agreement would call cerned with other commodities for curtailment of crops in roo-t are running world-wide advestlsof the leading sugar-producing nig campaigns t„ pnunole their territories. It would make no proproduct. An outstanding example vision tor any Increase In coni* the campaign by the Internssumption by importing countries tional Wool Secretariat, which That is n problem that will have since the war ha* led the fight to to be tackled separately. |f it H to maintain markets for wool to tho be tackled at all face of increasing competition Cuba. which' has already Infrom the new synthetic fibres. traduced Its ow n independent similar work may now be uncrop restrictions for next year's dertnken by the International plantings, will be the main counSugar Council, If some of its try affected by a new agreement. members get their way. It will be So w' 1 many other leading expensive — but the ; lternative ausar-producini natlcns. Is a glut of sugar and possibly Sugar Pact ruin for many unprotected proBut it is believed that Britain will not subscribe to any A TRUE Jc EXACT HISTORY Of the Ifland of BARBADOES. By RICHARD LIGON, Gene. l.ijton drcidrs to yo lo Barbados and an aicouni of the tint pan of his voyagr thither l\ST\IMt:M /Having been censuicd by some and continued our course to the —whose judgements 1 cannot southwest, (with somewhat control and am tnerefore glad *o scant wind) partly to avoid the allow — for my weakness and high going billows of the Bay .il Indiscretion, that having never Itisray. but chiefly to stand a) 4 made proof of the sea's operafrom pirate and plckaii, lion, and the several face* tost which are very frequent on the watery element put* on, and tbo coaau of Sp-m and Barbery, „nd changes and chances that happen i we put along I pereatvud a tnere, from smooth to rough, difference In the waj of our from rough to raging was and ships—for in slack winds our h Kh going billows (which are consort, the Nonesuch, would when people are too dark hi* 15 %  ifc* me conrt,lullon I run us out of sight in four or five muddled, we ought to ,. on putBUT Iherj is more %  ^^y 1 1 ""I/!"*? of my V f r hour Ml1 but ,n " %  <">< and siifT ting up with them at all. though * rob rapiiai pieialhnianl of It' %  £., i n r5 %  S windt "• dw lhe hke wl,h ***• He %  %  no rt*ht to "imnishdegrading pomp; let us rob it il ?Ko,,td iSlEi f*\h *" that "*" tne Utsar lM *">-<">-' ' %  • death. of those measure.) wesfa af '.. SsTMSssr aartatetS H \ lh ,wlfter th *# ">" We have, however, the tight M *•' .*• .Hill— %  had 7 not fSftfeS ^S th, L ,hCy .^!" ? a Uk r b ^'i 1 "" ,ct < ,hp !" ,f •*• Sir And. Am all. let .,. rob it nf llgln ,n %  ny hom,r ,n th **** r which Is Need makes the old Lj^f ^l \£ ""aSuJ.^ Bl ,ur ***** and bc,tcr U,nBl P''^" 00 wife Irot. For having lost (by JJJJJJJJJJ^ ? M ^I!--, chambers he would probably have The one Thing Important abr il I Solemnly Say We Should Kill More People II) F. TKNNVMIN JF.SM la Mur.i.-. And Ila Me4WeV* Bit By Bit 1 PUT forward in all senoukntsB IT has ben a baao) -nil arttta the most oasmionale i to -lo .... > .i* an experiment wo many innocent suffering peoSir, axacutatMM are In* %  kaujad tor; it hi the fact draw spectators If torn that a tetm has been set u. OM I dnw anai nt an*e !1 ; J U J hornb, V air puipose. The old mcth.* day by day. hour by hour, death w „ mftft ssusfsctory to snw n -rvr U> xneone in i*rpiirtici %  „,* p^c w „ „,.;,, feet heath. No one should have bv „ pr^Mto,,, jh,. rr t m inal %  ittci lhrtU PupporU i bj 11 Whj But what we have, as cillxens. Ve swept away*" a perfect rlgh to Judge Is whether. I too Weeks of Fear from truly help conclude that censure barbarous riot) all that I had gotten by the painful travels and carea of mv youth by which Pett. About iv:ng Horses. Mr. latitude of 45 de--; green we met with a ship coming I %  • V.'^Jl„*r.?. r l^ from Uulnn bul boSnd to. been howled down, not with pimlshmenl l that it should b laughter, but with horror, and yet certain. duoan Sciine For Increase Pleiitv of scope exists for smh a campaign to increase the world's consumption of sugar. In Spam, for example, sales of sugar average only 15 lbs. per head of population every year. In Italy, the average rcheme that would limit Commonwealth sugar production below the quota* laid down In the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement. which becomes effective at the end of this year. This agreement. signed In l lVrr*"iMlirT "7*"" rrom Guinea but bound an exigent as I must famish or fly; and looking about for friends who are the best supporten staggering a condition. It is a very sensible and v ry humane Idea — always keeping In mind that the slope to hell is easy and that the leader thereto was Hitler. Far Better T1IKHF are many non-w "Mtirdei aim %  published by Hartap Antigua (Vlohrut Arborur l)av e* is 26 lbs. per head. There is room London last December after for enormous Improvement In the months of hard bargaining, has augar consumption of tho^e ti unalready stimulated production of •rnsugar in the Commonwealth. The main reasons for low connotably in th,> Wcsl Indies, where sumption of sugar ore economic acreage is expanding rapidly and ones, often brought about by immore modern equipment installed. port tariffs and other GovernIn other countries, however, ment restrictions. The Spaniard, where sugar is not a traditional for example pays more than 2s. crop, some restrictions on proper lb for YlLs sugar, while the duct ion may be expected These l,.:.,.. ,,.,.., naarlv tm fid '"' '' -" nl y tWJ B u rope M cuunmentseing* incapable of imand afflictions had not depressed her d l ' ld and elephants provement (snd not all t.f than or worn out banishment ab- we h '"* m n WB > exceeding murderers) who would be far sented, or death devoured; sq clvU to "* %  "• ** v **> every letter "put to sleep"; but that is that instead of these near and 8nUeman of our company a the utmost that we have the right 'rn. !" our >.. native comforters 1 found myself present of such rarltiea a* he to do. even to the most brutl ANTIGUA a stranger in mv own country, brought from Guinea and BUrny. murderer. F "" lh *' llrs| ,m "' ,n '"* and therefore resolved to lav We stayed together almost a „ thouW surely be oWbl|o e " Arlwur Day has beei hold of the first opportunity that whole day. the weather be ig ^ tM „ ATti „ measure of thai kind V. u u Mrd ln Antigua on H • might convey me to any o(her very calm, and almost no wind n. T t m ls fuII of ^tfc (xrupi ^ th November. part of the world, how far distant at all. In the evening a fresh h "^ M ^! l|h aSSH The llrst part of the ceremoi.: soever, rather than abide here breeze began to blow, which ^.'", 7p, Dr i,on vi.lt-^ "V ' t *Pj''"' "" ,h served us both in our seversl !" H S^TZTZM^ Grounds at 8 30 un. when II I continued not many weeks in ways, and so saluting each other !" *">"' •> %  7" dlf i %  i th Blart. this expectation when a friend, as with our ordnance, we took out '" *'' tf '"'•'"•• le*hal ehamtier ss uurne addressed hundn-ds i wil'ing lo -hift his ground as I leave N hoiild be In s*.'*-"i rd lunatic arhool children. The PoB gavme an overture which C About thia Unit our consort, %  *' ,,m — %  ''" always renvmn aiu | M IM %  ttaadanei accepted. And so. on die sixthe Nonesuch, parted with us, the I'e'fniF Httler. played vrnUa cbtldran planted teenth day of June 1947 we emdirectly of the Parabbu Island* numbet of rreaa al'"• '•'" "' ,r grounds. AchlHes. a vessel of 350 tons, the ot Q^OC Verde where we were 'irned as now, and that the | M ,)„. %  fternootl master Thomas Cmwder of Lonlu i ra d e f ur Negroes Horses and leeward part of il waa at other x„„ k ptaea at lha mall Wail don No sooner we were all aboard, cattle whlcK we were then to '""es exceedingly fruitful and i ar 5|(H) .,. Itvat tr)C bridge at lb* bul we presently weighed anchor ,,,, at Barbados pleasant, abounding with all sorts oastertl end of Michael's Villa^ nnd put to sea, In i U %  >ather So, keeping our course about aapwfj are now ready to urge the International Sugar Council to launch a world-wide offensive against such artificial restrictions i consumption a, taxes and high "OFFICIAL SECRETS" ACT All Jamaican Civil Servant, are required lo Blfn the "Omclal lien! Irulti. corn, wine, oil After an a,_ n { v i^an,,!, from the t-oalt of ,ul lne l '*' ,l *n>ara: with horsei. |,.iuy, UM Chairman "f lha not felt the like and continued • i..:^,.. lh „ .._. %  ,_„ cattle, aheep, foat, ho. poultry. CotnmlaUonara, lion s I I I so till we came to Talrnouth HarJ^ di, !" vered w.V the Iala ^3 "' •" '""• " d "" •*" """' "' "" n l "> 1 "" '' "" bour. where we put In and reeled Kri^amU. which lie" In MI deaea Hah. Theae lelanda lie near 33 plant the ilr.t Ire.' The I anllht. S£e\?The Northward1 wh?h wc der.. lo the. No.thward. planted 1>> I But In our pauaje thither we tK",. !" '„ S„b7nid side When H '""P*"" 1 hetwecn theae burnr at another lil.n.i.l were very uncertain upon what ., ,, h . ,, ^ (leuvlnit the Madelraa on our apace near the coatt we were by reaaon.of lhe ?£*$%, -*'„ win,,, te .au3 btarljoard atda) we found a e.iAMltua ha ha unsteadiness of the wind, and '" %  •. ,. r „.„, lr i,de wind to carry in to rainfall this yen. and %  cloudiness of lhe weather, so h .„.' .V, __* „ n ,i „„ IU ntaln. th'' southward When the next oln to be an ialand-wlde elton that I perceived erme troubles ""• "'" • %  rt „, _|„, Ul i, i-l.ind came into view It was tlniui to pmlc. I and foi and doubts In the Seamen on E£i5 „., I, „'. !" !" „r„\,,S Vita, but at such a distance %  • hundreds ..f Iran arhkfl h that shoM p....e than In .11 the Sr^e n. lirt T\t eHtor h 5 could hardly discern colour.. Mil been plant. I of ,l„. , voyaje .Bar. But. the weather "%  ^r" RJ" "' "• ^L, ',,„, lhe lenctnl landscape of UN hill Uujaa. Mirny of lha 0 clenrin, up. the muter and lhe "' ""''• £"1J? "'"' ,'f_J seemed to u. very beautiful. ..-Ml, -rved .. >h I ,ll mates drew out aever.1 plou .nd hu J^. r "!' r ;' d !" ail liaw-thorn? '"'" "" lu " ' IU !" ** %  "'"" '"" ,k "" d landscape.. which they had b tL •"•"^„*,"" n !LL "wthorna, ^ a hurricane, of IP80 II formerly taken on the eoaat of ""S-jJ"!. ''TL,, '".Tth_, |„ con Thl. i.land la famoua fur erevival of Arbour Day haFrance and England, (which are ? hu 7" ,"1,^, ^.llT.1 th. cellenl salt and for hones, which a wondciM: iinulal of great uIn the narrow seas) n^u whlrh .nrL-ai^ to... llkli I" """ prolK-rly excel all 1I...I ma an Irdar by which they were well aaaurad Phe^^'u J"3Sno no -ver I have n. their hoove, beut'TheX-p-nV^r^actilaT. ?Z^XttlttrtuZ %  " P --TSSf,. but attend only the tides, cornimport duties, coupled with aiprosecreU Act" which prohibits the motioniil campaign, aimed dn*cUy disclosing of Government informat the consumer himself, to bring A tion without auihorily, under a him to regard s ugr as a neccsrecent ruling of the Executive slty rather than a luxury. Council. Since the Council was estabA Government spokesman said llshed. Its main ta,k haa been to that there was -nothing sinister" deal with over-production probjn the requirement, since It was lems'and market surpluses. It has always required though not strictdone this through the current Inly imposed. ror they seldom !" ££f £*&£? ^firS. '"T but level ss the lop at a "< l"Ughes that we ride them large church or barn, but burned %  Barbados down sharp and worse than the other so that steep rock* without shoes, snd no instead of the lively greens other goals go surer upon the countries put on at this lime rocks and hills than they, and of the year, these were apparelled many of them veiy strong i.i.d with russets, or at the best clean limbtd. i unui 1W .MII cauPhy n a „ ior1a This island we left ten leagues But It fell out that this year or thereabout* on our slarboaro the summer wathere hotter than side, and next to it, tin for store of excellent MAIL NOTICES pass and card, nor is there any use of other directors in ao narrow a room. We were, as I remember, sbout 10 days sailing to Falmouth. and had with us a small ship of about 180 tons called the iVna| Offli-r ,irr.l Hall ..I II UMWI %  aMaU at 1 p n> and OrdMary Han 'FUSUrSl "hfm^S'Thel uTuat and tnV ^am' !" th re May. fain %  •I. N..I. n( | HI loi.aH* will b slownl I iindai 1-niv.l Mall al IJ >t AJ i.i aining In England. The next day we put to aea that they had never seen contlnurd.) HARRISONS FOR FJNB3T MEN'S SUITS %  on Should Select tke%e — FINE Ul IS I OK A MAN! STUPED TROPICAL SUITS in Fawn & Brown (a. S43.M PLAIN WORSTED SUITS in Fawn and Brown Shaft, Breasted (!? %  $41.87 Double Breasted (a $42.72 PIN STRIPED WORSTED SUITS in Navy & Brown IS S43.84 Blue and Grey (it $48.86 GABARDINE SUITS in Fawn 4 Brown @ Ml.53 SPORTS COATS in Blue. Grey, Fawn and Brown — eeveral design. front S18.M to *228 PANTS in Worsted, Garbardine and Linen from SI0.24 to $27.75 HARRISON'S Dial: BH BATH ROBES AND DRESSING GOWNS LADIES WEEK-END CASES CAVE SHEPHEKD 4 (0.. LTD. It. 11. It. 13 HKlitli -Mil I I Sunburn Apply the Craam |ently to the burnt area. In addition to itt toothing action, Cetavlex will effectively prevent infection where the .kin is broken. UM 'Cetavlex* no* WOUND* cun. auN tcsATCrn.. tie. 'CetavleX* Cream Antiseptic and non-irritant Sole Agents and Dutnbuton A. S. 6RYDEN SONS (BAftBADOS. LTD. BRIDGETOWN /ICP to fit'D Jefft /Jn and hondr Tm MM* ma CKW MM. CMIM Neuralgia, Neuritis, Sciatic.1, Toothache A gtneroui application of comforting, toothing THERMOGENE Met*lcated Rub to the painful part will won bring relief. Repeat che application a required until the pain h disappeared DOUBLE-ACTION THERMOGEIE MEDICATED RUB /n big g/os$ jars and handy hn% W*'ifamu 1 m\i 0H EEJ t uniit i SELWTM0\ AddU llru-h NeU .rnls l.r^thpr ffhavinf NeU (.Hi ili:.i/"is \\ .ul... i Kaion Nffctf 51 I'rm U it.un.n, l.iir.wil! I'riia Virdlry Shavinc llowb AlklnaoR Nhavlm Mlis* Alklninn Travclllnt ^rli Mornr Shavlnr Html. Chromium t'Utarelte t'ssrs Dunhlll. t'ornov and tirand%  Ism Plpet I'rewalalton Tin. of IKITT SALAI1 prr t, !1 i' in ii III* HUMII p-r Tin HI II II 4 \lT.lfT.O.VEK—Whole pi-r Tin •" III T< II ( AI'l.lFMmrR—B-okr prr Tin 3Hr DITCH M'l'l t N\KI prr Tin ' rNSTANI l-nvil M Mf J*r %  •!*• •IM.M'-ll I'lM MCI t -UfKR per Tin 3r. mNQAFO' I'M iPPU i I MEN per Tin %  Mr. Ht'NT'H PABAOta Til's |*,-r Tin Mr. IIU.IW iiMlin PA8TE laatK .We., SMBII 0 • i HlVtlfni.ltlN l-l.l Ms -per 50e. IIAIJAN MM I-un .hf-IU) per lb. 99c ROO (.1 .' \ III I V .*r -ia Tin <•. ARABIAN HATES lib Pht. c. M mE09 r-irh CLOVES DT nunrr lie. 11LVER BALM (MLftOatES) per oMr 1*>. PRCNU p~r lb. tic. IM h \ll I IM Itl'M STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD.



PAGE 1

PACK i li.ill SUNDAY ADVOCATL SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 152 BAfpDOS,^ ADVOCATE r Sunday. November lb. 152 FA.\tl MOLASSES THE slump m MIM of Barbados Fancy Molasses to Canada this year has been a cause of anxiety to everyone engaged in if production, packaging and marketing. It is obvious that a total sale of approximately one half less than last year could not be viewed with equanimity by those engaged in the industry'The visit to Canada on Thursday of three representatives of B.E.M.A.—the marketing association of all the island's exporters of fancy molasses will have surprised no one who was aware of the falling sales in our exports of fancy molasses. The representatives have gone to Canada to survey the entire situation of the Canadian market for fancy molasses and they will report to B.E.M.A. on their return on what step* should be taken to ensure the retaining of the Canadian market. The decision to send representatives to Canada was hastened because the normally greatest buyer of Barbados fancy molasses not only made no purchases from here this year but actually took in a tanker filled with the equivalent of 2,000 puncheons of Cuban fancy molasses. The arrival of bulkshipped fancy molasses in Canada from another Caribbean sugar island could not but have a disquietinr effect on the exporters of Barbadian fancy molasses It would, however, be rash to suppose that iK-cause Cuban bulk-shipper: fancy molasses are being bought in Canada, the sales of Barbadian molasses in packages cannot continue for many yeai> longer. The representatives of BEMA. who will make an extensive tour of Canada and are expected also to visit the United Sta^ are going to Canada with open minds. They want to discover at first hand the reasons for the extraordinary low sales of Barbadian fancy molasses in Canada this year It is possible that their findings will hav< some reference to the need for bulkshipment from Barbados if some of Iht Canadian market is to be retained. But it is also possible that they will discover other reasons for this year's low tales. So many factors operate in the marketing of fancy-molasses that it would be imprudent to suppose that bulk-shipment and only bulk-shipment can guarantee the maintenance of the Canadian market for Barbadian molasses. It is true that shipment in packages is much more expensive than shipment in bulk The Hon. H. A. Cuke In' a memorandum published as an appendix u> the report of the committee appointed to enquire into all aspects %  >! the fancy molasses industry in Barbadr* revealed that wherens the cost at that time of shipping 100 gallons of molasses in bulk was $3.60. the cost of shipping 100 gallons in packages was $27.43. The cost of production >f fancy molasses today is almost double that of the price quoted f.o.b., to the Canadian buyer in 1946 and the present f.o.b., price quoted today is almost three times what it was in that year. Besides the increased price of Barbadian fancy molasses the Canadian importer has to consider also the effect that a rising standard of living in Canada has on the buyers of fancy molasses. The Canadian retailer of fancy molasses has to sell the product to the Canadian housewufe in attractive pack ages and has to advertise the product if the housewife is not to buy sugar or some other competitive syrup. The higher the costs of the Barbadian fancy molasses to the Canadian importer the more aggresMVt will the salemanship of the Canadian re-" tailer have to be. The adoption of bulk shipment would have a spectacular effect on the cost the Canadian importer would have to pay because $23.83 would be saved on every 100 gallons shipped. On the othi i hand bulk shipment could not be introduced suddenly without creating much unemployment locally. The future of the fancy molasses industry is not a subject for idle speculation. Those in in the industry particularly those employed in the industry must be aware of the changed conditions of the industry. They must realise that no action taken locally can prevent unemployment if the market for fancy molasses goes. The low sales of this year's production of fancy* molasses have given clear warning that the market for tancy molasses is not what it used to be. The reasons for these low • sales are to be discovered by the representatives of BEMA who left last week for Canada on a fact-findsig mission. While no one can say in advance what reasons will be discovered and what recommendations will be made, there can be no doubt that the representatives' first concern will be to preserve as far as is possible the market which Barbados fancy molasses has enjoyed for many years in Canada. The very fact that their mission has been necessary is evident.*enou h that this is no time for optimism or dogmatic assertions about what must be done ;f 'hiindustry* is to maintain a high level >i exports The representatives hav. gone to find out and everyone must hope that their findings will Lead to an increase of fancy molasses exports next year. PUBLICITY THERE are two kinds of publicity: favourable and unfavourable. The publicity which Barbados spreads about itself out-lit, if we want to attract capital or visitors here, always to be favourable. As far as visitors are concerned it can be said that the publicity which Barbados is given by the publicity committee, the hotel and club proprietors and the Hotel Association is always favourable. As far as attraction of capital is concerned Barbadians need to be much more reticent and to run down the island less than they do among themselves. In recent years Barbadians have been too prone to give their island a bad name and too reluctant to point out its advantages over all other British Caribbean islands. Some of the smear campaign which Barbadians spread unthinkingly abroad about their own island has taken effect to such an extent that the island is in danger of losing capital investment at a time when it needs it urgently. Fortunately not everyone takes ao pessimistic a view of the island and its possibilities. The bank which is in process of building a modern air conditioned building in Broad Street would hardly have incurred so large an expense if it considered that Barbados was as hopeless a place to live in as many Barbadian detractors make it out to be. Faith in oneself is necessary before confidence can be communicated to others and there have been several instances in recent years of outsiders coming into Barbados and running successfully, enterprises which local Barbadians would never have attempted because of their fundamental lack of confidence in the island and its potentialities. The danger of swaying from one extreme to the other is ever present and Barbados still suffers from the influences of narrowminded persons whose standards and knowledge are based on the limits of this small island. But while Barbados "know-allness" must always be regarded with suspicion it is quite different from the informed criticism of those who criticise the island for not following their advice and are almost prepared to see the whole place go up in smoke just to prove themselves to have been right. Today the future of Barbados hangs poised in the balance. If we can find a formula for co-operation there is no doubt that we can continue to maintain for Barbados a name superior to that of any neighbouring Caribbean island of equivalent size. But if sectional or party interests cannot be submerged in the interests of the community as a whole: if on one hand there is suspicion of motives and on the other an ineradicable conviction that no progress can be made there will undoubtedly be no progress and there will be fertile ground for breeding discontent. The need for Barbadians to agree more among themselves is perhaps easier to understand if it is considered in the light of unfavourable publicity from outside. Barbadians are by now acclimatised to the cheap Trinidadian gibes about Barbadians and themselves lose no opportunity to poke fun at the'"mudheads" of British Guiana. But this is very healthy fun as between cousins, whom we know will always come and visit us for the simple reason that neither Trinidad nor Britisl. Guiana can offer the holiday attractions which make this island so popular with Trinidadians and British Guianese. It is quite another thing when a writer and traveller paints a picture of Barbados in an influential trade publication of North America which will not be regarded locally as very favourable publicity lor the island as a tourist resort. In Travel Trade for August-1952 an unnamed writer in anIWtsto an invitation from the Alcoa Steamship Company describes Barbados as "quite flat", ft has, he says a "formal and tather circumscribed resort atmosphere." The hotels are "fairly expensive at all seasons". Social clubs are not easily accessible. "The island is singularly conservative in its traditionalism and the visitor must lend himself to a higher degree of acclimatization than elsewhere in the Caribbean." If this kind of commentary did not appear in an American travel trade magazine opposite the advertisement of a luxury air conditioned hotel in Panama, it might be dismissed as the unfortunate impression of a traveller and writer whom the Barbados Publicity Committee appear to have missed. But tourism is too valuable to the island for this kind of publicity to go unchecked. V\e will never of course be able to have 100 per cent, protection against the criticism of those who form hasty impressions and we ought never to ignore the existence of criticism. We would, however, find it much easier to ickite the propaganda of those who dislike us at first sight if we presented a united front to the outsider. It matters very much to all of us what the outsider will think of Barbados. If they think of us as a happy collection of human beings each pulling our weight and adding to the achievements of the last three hundred years, we will have no difficulty in attracting capital and visitors. If we wear pur disunity on our sleeves and show visitors how little we agree among ourselves we shall give ourselves a bad name which will stick for generations. KdWi.lion .Vt> Need For I hanged On I look TODAY I'\e come to the end of J chapter which ha* good* or wen/ict* or bu> from to me been extremely interesting and to say the le;i *" 'L"tt. r „, whit enlightening. My contention that the Richmond School* ^X'aSTJZSZ.^n Z !" were Elementary and not Secondary has been vindicated ^n^ned io communicate with or by the subsequent circumstances, and I now let readers .„ mtptoy or to *irk for or t-_ be of this column know that Mr G D. Griffith, Headmaster employed by an ignoramu.7 As it of Providence Boys' School has been appointed to the %  *-day "> Barb-do* we are Richmond Bovs' aaTucWd -with a type of youngster iI SESby ? %  , that th. .pp..: '.menu St the Richmond *J*~ <" l >' "%£ JST^i •ttuasl* wu both inter.iing and dt-hmU In order to "palmthem his manhood or P** 8 !" "* hl •mluhtc-ning interring from the off as Secondary. right ifi by an aggressive altitude joint of view of the cut and thrust Let me here invite Ihose who indicated by unprintable lan•>f public debute but mom than have spoken to me to write to the guage. Watch them sign their iiut that. It was to me in* .upPMM and express their view, benames. aort of a good cause. Then* can cius.mere ts> stilt the appointEducation alone can eradicate htile of greater value than the m ent of a successor to Mr*. Gnfntn this. Let us have a working class *S S M l 7 .^"f 000 £*• * •' *> Girls' School next lerm. with a sound elementary training. JXo? SL?!. l S 2i rn \ ^"J A f' ,n My ,l ,s ,n """""•'T able to distinguish between the nd, .?..* h r n .. 11 is their only link icnoot nd a hea<*m.Mre or ^ lbly lrue and the obviously ipress themselves clearly :a1culate their earnings without help. This is the bsls for th building of any progressive Ui civilisation. In assistant from one of the elornenfaUa i 0 community where the uu> schools should be appointed "rf i* %  durations! system provides for de Nursery School, the Kindergarten School, the Junior School, Kn lightening die Primary School, the Senior what School, the Grammar School and | 0 tind tho nlightenlng to me and enlightened people. Ago •^ %  nxay ihc Orammar School and m tind that there are .till Ihougrouping and 1U trapping* arc -ho University, it might be ea.y sands of intoHir,chi people in this not conducive to this happy state u> correct the error made or to island who are afraid to express of society. It was abandoned in make up for the omission :n a their opinions. Some who see TrlnWad. It should be abandoned -hiid. education. wrong only when it touches them here In Barbados many men and P cr * n *"yur ,< other, to fight on Parents, teachers and employ. women who have the requlslt %*\ ^'V* '" J h 'l 1 n *il. h £2~ ers shoul il now )oln ' •P 0 "**"Xt,on because "l£cir on? a^ashlrr^.^ •"# *'" rmtl *" " nmy -hanco in life lay in the Clemen?. r 'SE^laS !" rfumlsof u P lls an> w llnK tlm and Uk ary school. They lost it and KL22L V 1 "'~* '*"'"" ost everything. <5an we afford to V !" ." !? rifle with .0 serious a matter? !"' t d %  Jjg >i people like M elt that my criticisms were unsrranted and Mr. Adam* who tald that they were utterly usilncd. reflect for one moment irui I know that they will Join ne. The nehl has been interesting to be hoots; others "are in"<"*" " ub * t ""^ foundation^ mvited to send *" such cases, was not good their children there. Still a "bough or the teaching faulty. The h0 smaller (thank heaven* number low figures of the Evening Insti, lus.lt> themselves as being pritute passe* and the absence of vately educated and judging by any from Codrington College the results it must nave been should serve as an eye openT. vary private education because I rn going to suggest In the near Ki.owab-.ul it. future that the two Inland The same thing done in poliScholarship, now tenable at Cod1 Those who have •noral support will share with mo given me 1,cn b Mr Ada !" musl he ne rington should bo diverted to the educat nrcles This .mug University College of the West the utmost latisfaclion at seeing eomplaccnt attitude must go and Indie, where at lenst we would he r^hool managers of St. Leonpeople must realise thai the eduget some passes. If thl. is not •rdi put an end to this "tornnation of every other Barbadian suitable I suggest that S.P.G.. 'oolerv" of trying to get teachers effects them. In the days to come through the Lord Bishop, change •*m Secondary Schools to deyou will either employ them or the whole staff, note themselves by accepting be employed by them, sell tnem .T.E.B. The Unemployed Evcrv now and then some politician tell-s US tl|it there are Aousands of people unemployed .n Barbados, The phrase trips %  aslly from the tongue and is sure :o win chorus of aye* and a isndful of head nodding, from .he gallery. But no one know, low man) unemployed person." here are in Barbados. The live register of unemployed (fpt by the Department of Labour ecorded only 1.922 at the end of September. But this register does not record all unemployed perxm., and some of those who refister ought more properly to be recorded as under-employed or unemployable.. The hysterical approach lo unemployment which Is made by loliticlans seeking to achieve popularity 1. not going to assist those ho are trying to decrease unemployment In Barbados. What If vanted Is a cool appraisal of the situation as it exists today and a. 't is likely to ex'st in future* This -ocil appraisal of the situation -annul be made so long as confusion exists as to what i> mean' S> unemployment. Can unemployment for Instance M ild to exi.l In Barbauoa at all, *hcn almost every person on tho live register could be employed in ian Domingo if arrangement, between the government of Barbados and San Domingo could bv concluded and the unemployed could JWH th* physical and oUieD test, ^s-hich the Don in lean employer, would requ re" It all depends as Professor Joad would say, on what we mean by unemployment. When the politicians olesaed with a imple life in some remote cOUn:r> ustnet nto which ute benefits -:id evils of 20lh rentury atom:, life nave not yet ,. iietraled. While however we must make allowance for those wn enjoy the simple life of the country unspoilt u> artificial desires and free from the ugly influence of greed, we must realise that not .11 the under -employed are useful citi/• %  ns. There is oo doubt that many person, who ar.t attracted to the cily fall by the wayside and failing to secure regular emplov.nen' discover ways and .-neans if earning something in "underemployed" loot There cou.d be no more important ocrupallor 'or social welfare worker, to follow than the establishment of contact with these under-employed rind subseouent persuasion of si many as possible ntner to return to tho land or lo make use of any focilt' provided by ihe Evening In*tltote fur learning a sk'lled trade. Some persons think that Barbados* underemployed position i* clearly connected with ihe lack of a technical mstilute at which young men and women can bo trained for employment here and abroad. The preoccupation with %  tcsdemic education has resulted already In the creation of topheavy bureaucratic government structures which are draining away the revenues of the Caribbean governments at a time when only Increased production resulting from technical "know-hnw" can provide greater employment opportunities. The growth of academic education has been followed by the Inevitable growth of demands from the academic products of the schools for social aeeurity standards of life based on thai envied by university undereTBduntrs in London and other c-ntres of learning. The fact that educational grants and "holarships have been accessible 'o all has prevented the majority of the "non-academic" products ;>t the schools from feeling frustration or resentment at" the educational status quo Everyone has a rhsnee id enjoy the sweets of academic %  Uceess. Today there Is a welcome sign that the majority are beginning to realise that the concentration on acdcmlc education has been depriving 'hem of opportunities for otqiilrng technical skills without Vhleh the* cannot hope to achieve he material standards which they nave been encouraged to aspect But lecnmcal eaucauon or tm creation of a technical insunuicsnnot alone solve Barbados i.tome uiitier-employment pus.i Hon. Only an imperial policy based on utilization of the hmpiro's manpower wherever It can DO .otiiiu will ensure tnat Isaroaoians or o.ner West Inaans win t* given employment opportunities in other countries. So lung as Barbadians rcuun the good name wnich they sun enjoy outside the island, Uiey can coimdenuy expect to find employment opportunities in the UAftssJ States, 3-m Donungo, Surinam oi other countries where there are Insufficient supplies ol labour. Bui it would be unrealistic to imagine that Barbados or Ihe rest of the West Indies could provide cmpto/ment for Laraa numbers of (rchiiiciuns leaving a technical college each >ear. Unless tne United Kingdom and other countries are prepared to recruit technicians from Barbados withuut any discrimination, a technical college will become yet another burden for the taxpayer to support. In an address to the Cambridge Mimimv school Mr. Roy Lewis specifically spoke of the Went Indies in a general review of the "Man Power Requirements of Big Dominions". "The West Indies", he said, 'probably have a surplus population of 200,000. What are we io do? Wo call Ihem citizens. We complain thai we are shorl of manpower. Wo find that unless we can bring people Into Britain, we cannot send people out lo niamtain those typical links which arc Hummed up in the tendency for men and women of British origin ... to speak of this island MS Home. Are we to allow that link lo weaken? But if wi don't—are we to refuse jobs to those whose passports are marked "citizens of UMC and Colonies" but whose skins are black or hrown?" It is no good talking of a multiracial Commonwealth unless ihere Is freedom to move rnd work within Uml Common wealth. The l'iuted>Kingdom cannot compel other Dominion* to do what she does but there is no doubt whatever th.,t S hc could If ihc wanted to provide greater employment opportunities for trained Weal Indiam.. No other solution to our long term under-employnient problem is likely to be found. Sitting On The Fence lOUIJ I1AI.FOUR of Inchry*;'-, . %  MII m ,p*rch. ih.i .M.T !" units. Light cigarette before rising Stomach rebels. Cough. Not tit. Subtract another five units. Total now 80. ou can call it a good Units drop back to 30 wiys "I think this will .. .uu" Unit, down to 25. Ikwe-'ays "It mad me laugh, anywsyr Units down to 20. Bore X ys,"It seems there was an irlsh%  n with n very clever dog Units tumble to five. (Beginning to • least like panic on Stock KxLook forward to early mornchange.* liore continue. "Of >g tos. Add five pleasure units. t ., ur> e. I can't do the accent." While absorbed In new.paper.. Unit, quiver at uero forget to put tea In pot. nwn, Bui bore says "111 do my best." up of hot water and milk, i jbj -dtg zero. ract (toe units. Total stti: 00. Hooray Find an Idea. Award T n „' T.llr cir ten units After one hours lon,c lalk vork idea no good. Curse and W HY are vou glaring at the throw away. Subtract 20 units. ni-n s itUng opposite in the crowdToUl now 70 ,.,, *„„ taktng vou to lh rind another idea After one You do not even know him. Ife hour', work, seem, hbehou. has ncv „ donc you any harm Curse and throw w.v Subtract Then why tll) vou Urv at hlm? 28 units Find third idea Two it „ not because you hate him. It hours' work. Seems indecent. „ bseause you hate yourself Curse and throw away. Subtract Perhaps you hate yourself beTotal now 30, near cause your work is distasteful. h20 suicidal misery point. ause you have not succeeded in a competitive world, because you have not been smart enough to 1ft yourself out of the rut and leave the drudgery to others. Perhaps you hate the manager at your office because he bas been smarter than you. Perhaps voi, hate yourself for not taking "the opportunities he has taken Perhaps for years you have been wanting to tell him what vou think of him. and hate yourself for not laving the courage to do so. If these are your thoughts, don't Mame jourself for being dunce It Is not your fault. People are born that way Don't blame the manager for being smart. People are born that way too. And how And If you are still glaring at that poor man opposite, don'l blame him for putting hi. tongue out at you. Hi. patience is exhausted. With this new, refreshing angle on your troubles Iry giving him your most winning smile. If he hits you with his umbrella because he thinks you are laughing at his hat, you have only yourself to blame. Someone like you must alwayt b* an ass. Someone tike pou at the bottom of the class: Someone like yffu must alirays take the blame, Muif ohrous be Ihe stepping %  tone trhile ofhers climb in fame. Bur clrrer men. like manager*. who tcorfe by day and niohr. Get chronic indipestioa and If SMTr-es them damn well riB*f. LJT.S. CONGOLEUM In KOI.is f, Feet and t Feel Wide CUT TO VOl'R ll N< I ll MATS ''ll x 9 Ft and Ft. x IS Ft. — ALSO — FIBRE MATS PLAIN AND DKCOKATED I* 4 **lses and OIL CLOTH si WILKINSON HAYNEb CO.. LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. TbOB, 441!. 4487 BECKWITH 8TORES by HMV. Polygon, Colombia, MGM featuring top artists Sinatra .. Como ... Kckstein . Doris Day . Jo Stafford . Beneke . %  George Shearing ... Sylvester .. Artie Shaw. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. "\of u lint yon vxprrlftl... hut whul you'rv gni that mat torn" i "CONSOLE YOURSELF WITH A a Qold Braid" Cocktail "Still the Best among (he lest"



PAGE 1

PACE 1FS SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. NOVf-MBER IB. IKt OLYMPIC STORY— IV A GRAND LITTLE TEAM TVxL., th. instalment will BY TREVOR GALE **v been In hi* da>. This I an < rn on* of the smallest but I tnlleman u credited with the also one of the most iw easeful none before. Wc therefore thought shoufrJer WM forward while "WIJ record for thb distance of of the irack teams it the Olympic that he WM still improving on hi* McKcnley touched it wRh hi* '•**[ %  which memis that it it G MI in my Moemng paragraphs *peed but losing on his stamins. jrft. The picture Itself was s "" two and six tenth %  econds I ve already dealt with tha A lot of people seesn to have grand mix-up of fart, cheats '* usr l *an W hit Be Id & HjllMaV gathering of the Jamaican Oljmi, ( 'rd svni slory that McKenley hands, shoulders and heads. H '"'orrt which Ita set ua> in Lonpic h-atn ID London. It conateted p^bj If Bailey couid run in tha would I*inleresung to know "**" Ul iB 8 "d again equalled of Arthur Wuu as fajiflaa. Barb uo metres so could ha bacause ha which played tha moat unporin this race In Helsinki. I would M. K. ruV>. CMar Rhode*, Leslie lou \a beat SaUey This is a sort tnnt part In Mftuanclng the Lalaa Byroo LaBaach (Brother of f half truth What did happen judg*?. the fsmooLloyd). Miss Walter* „ )S ih^i Bailey and Herb went To crown it all the urst foui ana Mlas Russell. Ken Farnum i ra ining together and when Herb "unners were clocked la 10.4 by o( course was included, but be found he was doing extremely the atoctiacal tuning dcvici was on the cycling side, so tor the n.i int'iit d*U*J.i ghoul his you fore you rrrast be excluded. Ht'ioert MarDorwild hrough' them over : un Friday 1lth July ,ina with, tfKm Joe Yancy as coach. i :on the New York Piooeer Alhktlc Crust. Jen Yaney has leen -nd coacned more of tha big name* in the U.S.A. athletic work. thiut many another conch In ooM country. To the Jmnaicana a* lie (mm we. were soon to diacovei that Joe ease worth his weigh' M the gold it took 01 t n % %  i n hlrr. irom If** York to HeJaanM early love to see In octlon the! nan who could beat Whilfleul nd Wlnt by so many yards. Two days after Ihe 000 metro Mod '">•> the first 400 metre heats I ell against the former, he decided *m-hroniaed with the camera. U-gan. from the outset it was that he might as well compete in While the hundred metre heats 5*f* ,htl *"• Ue Jamaican, the 100 metre* tn H much U h# .ind final, were going on Arthur ,c "> waigoing u, dominate this aoj entered. As It turned out this Winl was busy with the 800 "fP* WcKenley Rhoden ana j ilhletea himself on the first day to come *cond beetg so that they ac:*cond to H.C. Ring of Sweden counted for six heats in one hut the nest day he won his heat "nernoon. But while the first I fairly easily. ,wo wo,c obviously taking things In the final Arthur took no ''*y Arthur Wlnt was busy' hances and from the beginning accmturtuif. his ipeed due to the I he was up front. He allowed ,arI lh 1 be had already run a UlsMmer of Germany and >'ng*T race nnd In athletics K is Wolfbnmdt of Sweden to pan a, *' a >" better to run the shorter : the first lop but went Iac ^ nrst. Athur therefore did 1 the lead again as they ran '" %  two 400 metres In one afterthe most outstanding of the entire game. But I still do not think be was over as good printer at MacDonald Bailey. I'-rb began Ul advance toward* the 100 metre final by winning nit firat heat by about S yards. Nobody raid much attention to this because %  A* time of 10.7 was fairly slow. "' But later on the same day. In the second heals. Herb gave the first |own ne back g^^ T^ no noon In 47 3 and 46 9. Fifteen Indication of his true form by mctm ;irc think u one ot t he 'wity years ago these would VurUonald afterti w,Un Arthur Bragg of the prelliwi t to ttatc h because It Is hHT# been world records. Uited nsaa muw UAA., and this tune he did it lo no ]onR ^ n0U gh to allow anyIn the Se"> Inal the next day had he obeyed ,05 Ag ln • % %  n e y rtslory l**iy '" •tle down, and yet noArthur turned ID a 46.S quarter. "l in thai now l^cause Bragg pulled a muscle and ^ -1v can attempt U, sprint from %  %  ii.cidentally waa only a was not really in top form. Up to beginning to end. u nth outside his otympir recora that time he bad been regarded Arthur Wlnt has one of tho %  IM8 '" tbe tamo race Karo — the UAA.'s chief hope in the inaKn i HCt n f" strides ever JfJ <•' ££m w s c 1 ^ ' 100 metres. On reflection there Is sc( n and at full stretch his 4B %  *< Whit Hold third in the also every reason to believe Uv.; MiponcnU .poear to be Jog **•_ "*** %  cKpn ' v a "U he would have brought It off. 1 .rotting next to him when, in '< ,od * met ui the other Semlwas therefore not surprised to i, cX tnev are all out. Tho slfht r lni nnishing in this order In learn afterwards that he took .1 , r Arthur going down that bock 4b ">o 46.3 respectively. Up the hard way and shed a tew Wretch in the 800 metre final in .'. this time the Jamaicans had md more. ** As lierberl ara^ emtem. have happened trucii' r..niu. coole from Jamaica saying M leno Yancy In London, iKi> me ^^iTr-women' ; one eoand im-for Uughing at the thought of such a ridiculous idea ,'.,ncy po s seso M all that rpt.t-iil i.ttribuU-s oi the perfeci 4 ACII. Tight or lip at most times Lut not hesltarlng to give advice when it iheeded. and 46.3 time *It I-. not often that 19-yearlr r Helsinki Olympic Stadium therefore given away nothing old Uds get the chance to roach ione that will live long in tlu % %  "o were treating the 400 metres Mis advice lo MacDonald onoary u^ loo-motro final and Bragg mrmorv. Gr.ice and strength '' ""y ow ?* ll "*• bad no o startlflf hs a classic in aimmight have boon the youngest lo were personified in this giant of ">teijiion of giving it up. pitclty thai went right to tho ^ 0 so a mAn while lesser mortals folThe final was practically the Heart of Uoe matler. Bal k y wa* The next day Herb and Remirowed in his wake as best they .same and as I have already derioinx his rr'alninr. with McKenie g m0 Ine < M the semi-finals They could. An onlooker from an-eribed it In detail in my riid prjctrsing tnarting one afterboth ran a hard race but Herb other planet mlghhave turned despatches I shall concern myself noon when he discovered that hi' was clearly the winner and his nwilV •'' this staRe of the race to with more details of George was ni doing ss wofl u ho irm of 10.4 was up to thst time, anquiro what pleasure we got lihodcn. He won this 400 metre he should. He asked Joo equal to Bailey's flrst heat and f """ -^'"a -ueh an unequal rue* In 45.9 seconds, only Yaivy for sorne advice. Sold Joe boUl ,* lUamigmos. The Stajtt ""-ut;le. ^"'iJ'T n*,? 0 !}? T 0 "*"^ -vi trouble \< tUal vou are trv•her*f,'"--""""•.' rcnierooaV thai the etnrtar as not Bailey tn the flnnl although few ; a ID let you go before hn t-eople in the stadium doubted that #in. so ju t relax until that Bailey could Improve on the hear J.gun because you uffle of 10.4. He was still Joint know you cannot go before It's *orld record holder with a time ; %  • Minple as that. If you f io I. and It meant that he would •r\ to heal the gun It will result have to do no more than 10.3, aittt of wiU between you which, to him, should have been and that starter, and remember s ro*y .is 50 runs would be to/ {.hcime'r ih t two falaf s*arta and you will madman when he was looking te lt squalificd for good." 'or 100. %  K ald lUU y. "lots try But the final was a most ex. ,,m." troordlnary race. A 100-metre On n-TV saul Yancy, "that's dash needs little description and nou^ for thl< afternoon'' we'll it is enough to say that they wore pti tin c sorne more totnonow.** '" vorj close throughout and that ..<;.-. -hen the Jamaican tcoap ^ben they flashed past the tape v\'.l to HChUnlri with a weak to <*vly the Judges had any idea who KO oefore the games opened *aa the winner, from my posltim Artr.ur Wlnt wv still thry much >* appeared that McKonley and :.hoit of work while McKonley was nemlaflno were the two most llkehurninf up the track at anything 1* to be picked by the Judges, but up to 80S yards but found it very ( felt quite sure that Bailey an dlfT t lo sta> i'ii for the txira Smith were not first or second. 140 > rds which goes to make up tht *40 yards or 400 metres. Les Lainj mt more or less a 200 metie man and Byron La Beach was good for' it 100 metre dash %  mi,. *<'. hjwouw be r^HSTww' nn more thhn a stoni-by for the ,-. The. only man with any pn.teiislon*~Yn fitness was George Rhodoei Ihaf" short week Wint, McKersk 1 ) *nd Lain^ apjiroache i, eti pUoh in u more emphatic manner than I thought possible. The Mgm which MeKenley gave it must he grimiiteit. were dacep tiw .ib he fjrsi rhov-ed up 1B the 'Oo tnetr. The siiry of the picture of tb Onlsh is of course well known Opinion was divided half and half between McKonley and Remigino. But my personal opinion was that the judge should have given a dead-heat decision. 1 also thought that %  -ho wed up a weakness In Hi photo-finish camera to take finishes of athletic events. Up to now nobody knows whether thr ludges decided that Reniigino'head was in front of McKenlcv >*.est. or if It was a matter ot houlders which decided tha issue. I know that whan thy l>een quite he (of ptoeacttly . Mai Whltfleld began his run. therefore from the time the gun and. going through the Held like wassl ( ff he am no one else in ,i knife through cheese, he was ihe rJte. McKenley on the at Arthur's heels as they began other hand was two lanes away bend. Whitlleld then in-ide of both Rhoden and Matpassed Arthur on the bend and ton, so that he could keep an I from there they ran home within ye on both of them. He also. n few feel ,f each oilier, neither Jn a splendid race In the same r loosing ground. Ultime at Rhoden hut he was able 1 of Germany ran on t-. judge his pace to the last by iiiiiiely for third place but could liteam mate. :iake no impression on the flr*t pajeg i* runtwo. ouig out and therefore I must I could not help reflecting possBOM any further remarks on ftcr th.s race on tlu type o' ",i trge Rhoden for another in-> i.nner one Mr. Rudolf Harbig • islment. 6afhMake of a 100 W HILE jxTMtiul ckanliness is part of everyday lives, it** important to remember \ that Inner cleanliness, Mo. is essential for our general well-being. This is where sparkUng Andrews comes m 1 When you wake feciing sluggish and outof-sorts", a gfapn of .\ndrews freshens the mouth and tongue, sctilea the stomach and tones up the liver. Fuuury, Andrews gendy clears the bowels, completing your Inner Cleanliness. And if you should fed the need of a refresher ", remember — a single teaspcnfui of Andrews in a glass of cold water makes a cooling, li fizzy drink for any time of day! DO YOl KNOW that ihe mouth racersu '-..-aft %  h yom digestive system? If all is well the tmgm u clean, the mouth feels freth. But if your system's sluggish the tongue is coated, there's am unpleasant taste in your mouth. Sparhttng Andrews is needed — i/i cloatumg action freshens the mouth and the tvkote system. 4 oz. tin 42c. Orink\* ANDREWSJUVERSALL 8 oi. tin 71c. IJ5,'5I ACTIVE KIDNEYS KEEP YOU WE'LL Neo*re*s (then mey MS* kef* IT IS OFTHN SURPRISING bowqukUybscsscbr.iurahaco, rbtusnanc psini. itifl, selling toinii aad tbe commoa urinary disorders dot so ikisaasfa kidney acQoo can bs overcome. Strong, active, kidneys safeguard sour heakb by onfeana esoses uric •dd sod harmful wsaus out of rne AT LAST!! •7hea kidacr scdon BMdoajaats aad auls a> filter the Mood propKiy, pakt and dtaoosn%  ntt anMoeady rams 1 Dean's atekocke sTJooey POls bring happy fehef by bclpina to efceaot and rdnnuatt ths Udncr tsars. OrsSsraJ people iw-to. hogood Dose's POls arc #r !> %  • A INTERNATIONAL-HARVESTER McCORMICK DEERING FARMALL BMD jDiesel Wheel Tractor Now available from England This is one of the famous International Tractors which have been tried locally during a period of years and have proved themselves to be entirely dependable and satisfactory. This is the ideal tractor for the cheapest method of haulage. Orders placed now can be delivered ex factory during January. COLE & CO., LTD.-Distributors.



PAGE 1

SUNDAY. Nim.MBKK 16. 152 Sl'KDAY AI>V-lll remain attached to the Walerworks Department until further *K>tlee). Mr. E. E Callender. Temporary Clerk, to be Long Grade Clerk, SavingBank. Mr G. E. Clarke. Temporary CMTk. t<> be long Grade Clerk. nS>Hc Trustee's I>epnrlment. : Mr. K. B. Howard.' Temporary Stark, to be Long Grade Clerk. &f Jos to mi Department Mr. MeD. Smith. Temporary CU-rk. to be Long Grade Clerk. fcicome Tax Department. Promotion* Mr. L. A. Drone. Long Grade Clerk. Customs Department, has gbr-en promoted to the post of Assistant Supervisor and Senior %  Clerk. Customs Department, with Pa-fTeet from the lSih August. 1952. consequent on the retirement of *Mr. C. M. Thorpe. The following have boon apr pointed as Stenographer-Typists In the General Service:— MIM G. Ch*dd*rton.to be a Stenogrnpher-TyoiBt. SVaterworks T>epartmeiitwith effect from 1st I fVtober. 1852. Maw P. M. Rlley. to be a Steno' graphcr-Tvpisl. Income Tax and Death Duties Department, witn effect from the 1st October 1952 MlT. K. Rlley. to be a Stenographer-Typist. Fducotitnepartroer.t, with effect from 1st December 1852. (and will remain attached to the Government Electric Inspector's Department until further not i ce V AinmialPrize-Giving At DayrelTs Rorid The annual Prize-Giving ceremony of the Gospel Hall took place at Dayrell's Road on Friday night before a capacity audience. The programme consisted of recitations and solos by the children of the Sunday School and a selection of sacred songs rendered by a choir of 36 males and females under the direction of Miss Daisy Ashby. At the conclusion of these songs and recitations, the prizes were distributed for the yeat 1851 by Miss J. Watson, who was presented with a bouquet by Miss Maureen Yiirde of the Sunday School. • From Our Own Correipondcril' ST GEORGES, Nov. 5, The Finance Committee of the legislative Council recently considered an application from the Revd. Mother Superior of the St. Joseph's Convent for remission of duty on building materials foi use in the construction of a Convent in St. Andrew's parish which is estimated to coat IIOO.OOO and would eaigT lor about 360 pupils. Peeling too many practical difficulties attendant on the grant of this concession, the Committee approved a grant of 32.400 In lieu of remission of import duty and advised that the Mother Superior be informed that In view of the present financial position of the colony it must not be assumed that the grant of this sum Implies a willingness to give favourable consideration to any subsequent application for a yearly subsidy towards maintenance o( the new school. The death took place at Belmont here last Monday afternoon of Mrs. Ellen Glllespla. an aunt of Mr. Jens Nellsen. owner of the M.V. "Daerwood." Canadian born, Mrs. Gillespie took up residence here just over two years ago and by her genial disposition quickly became well known and respected by people of all classes. This was attested to in the highly representative gathering attending the funeral yesterday afternoon at the Scot's Kirk with the Revd. Adam Thompson officiating Latest quitter from M.M.W.U., ranks has been Mr. Norrls James, former Senior Grievance Offlcei in the organisation who had attended the recent Trade Union course held In Barbados under Colonial Development and Welfare auspices. In a speech at Perdmontemps. Mr. James told a large gathering that he did not want it believed that he was against the leader of the M.M.W.U.. Hon. K M. Gairy, but he strongly opposed certain principles on which the organisation was run. Dealing with the funds of the M.M.W.U., he pointed out that its bulk was devoted to payment of top offlcera and little was left for payment of benefits and creation of a "Strike Fund" which he thought essential. C.I.O. Chief Dies SANFRANCISCO. Philip Murray, Immigrant Scots mine boy head of C.I.O. died of a heart attack. At 66 he was a veteran worker for the labour cause. The thin white-haired man never lost the faint Scots burr, likewise he never lost his ardour for trade unionism. Murray was born in Blantyro Scotland in 1866 and was sixteen when he Immigrated to the bituminous coal fields in western Pennsylvania.

W !!!!! I!!!! iiiii M UeS. Hope To Sell More To Colonies 1TC NEW YORK U.S. exporters are hoping that greater opportunities for I hem to •*" n British Colonial markets wui be one of the outcomes of the Commo iwealth Prime Ministers' tonfeience. opening in London Una month. The British West Indies and other Colonial .erriturios are knoam to be anxious to be allowed to pend for themselves more of the dollars they cam hv their own track and these Colonies .,,,. „o W believed to be in a stronger position than ever before to persuade the United Kingdom to let them do so. The position is summed up for t S business men In an article in theNew York Jaarnal ef Comnseree. which says: "Colonial economic independ> ence Is Increasing at a time of rapid economic development. The resultant higher standard of living is increasing the market potentialities But at the same time the market is becoming more selective.' More than half the imporu of the British Colonial Empire came from the non-sterling area in 1081 and the proportion is thought to be still higher this year. Colonial exports to the non-sterling area have increased to an even greater extent, maintaining and even increasing the trading surplus of the Colonial Empire. The Colonial contribution to the total sterling area trade with the United States last year was a decisive factor in mainlining '-he Empire's favourable balance. While all other sterling area countries increased their imports of U.S. goods, some by appreciable amounts, the Colonies alone did not At the same time, they achieved a much bigger increase in their sales to the United States than any of the Independent members of the sterllne are.i. ImportinK Spree "What this means'. says the Journal of Commerce, "i that the importing spree In which many sterling area countries including the United Kingdom, indulged In 1851 was only made possible by the restraint of the Colonies, coupled with the expansion of their dollar earnings. "This is an aspect of sterling area finance which has never been laced by the Independent sterling countries in the past and which the Colonial representatives intend drawing to their attention at the Commonwealth confren<-'-. "The tendency to think oi tho Colonial balance of pay me in as B United Kingdom affair n Uii.g discouraged in th Colonies. Some of the Colonle.i, particularly in Africa, but also In South Ea^t Asia and the West Indies, are assuming Increased NgpotU l.ih'.y for the conduct of their own economic affairs. "The warning i-. consequently going out to the present selfgoverning members of tho strrling area that thev will have to adjuat their economic policies to this new situation. Thev will have to take account of the fact that in future the dollar earnings of some of the present c< lonlal territories will not be ,(.JUC automatically available to thorn at the behest of London. "If the new ex-i'Ionics agree to exercise restraint in their dollar import policy, .ney w.ll <'xpect r,,lhatt: ArsenaPs Came Today's Highlight > inn (• %  •-!! < iv-i>one*I>tl LONDON. Nov 15. A second-half uat trick by centre-forward Clifl Hoi? on and a couple of goals from oeputy outgftoM left Maiden f. A grin .it L.-.-ipool which •. anks H the day's number one performance. And that win aVxW Arsenal into fourth place ont> four points behind Wolves oveff whom they have a game in hangs The leaders were indebted to Nigel Sims the youngster who* put Uert Williams out of the iide. He saved a s e cond half penalty by Frank Mountford to enable Wolves to come ..way with both points at Stoke. Sheffield Wednesday's t e n matches without a defeat spell came to an end before their own supporters at Hillsborough. Portsmouth were the boys to halt this run but even they had to fight hard for their odd goal of seven victory. Fastest Scoring Showpiece of the day was. Grlmsby's .even-nil defeat of llartlepools. Centre-forw.ir i K d Smith added to the haooui i .ih the day's faste-t pie,, ; v ,.m.. —four goals in eight nunutts. This make Grimsby promotion favourites again. Biggest Leicester post-war crowd 40.000 — were at Filbert Street to IM first away defeat era RUdaWaSsId Jack Grainger Kotherham". much wanted centre-forward added a few more thousands lo his value with a hat trick against Brentford and Jo*se Pye chipped the edges off the big fee Luton paid for him from Wolves with three goals In the six-nil whip ping of Blackburn. Notts County lost Jimmy Jackson tjken to hospital with .. fractured law after only 16 minutes and were beaten three-nil by Sheffield United. Hull l,:. beaten four-three at Birmingham played the second half without injured full back Neal. Tog caused the gam.bt iw ee i Notts Forest and Leeds to be abandned after only ten minute* and caused the garni' between Colchester and Crystal Palace In be postponed. In Scotland, League ehagapUHU Hibernian revenged their Le igw Cup defeat of ;i few weeks ago by beating Dundee three-nil a' Easter Road. As a result of Fa-' Fife's defeat. Hlbs are now onlv three points behind them with two gomes In hand. RICH FLAVOR NEW BOOKS Twenty-two new books, ten for children between the ages of 7 to 10 and twelve for adults, will be going Into circulation at the SpeiKhtstown Branch Libror\ tomorrow. These books are both fiction and non-Action. proof that tithei DMUbon if the .••telling am an doing Ine game 'hlng and are il maximum effort i contributions lo the dollar uool." —Bill' EXAMINE YOURSELF Can You Say'NO'to All Time Questions? DarnaaWlr— BACKACHE? UEUM1T1SM7 IClDtOCS! LOSS or EKxcn TOO FREQUENT URINATION! II pa aaanr U "YES" I. *, a~ rl tba i n ii l l m Ifci~ in RU, %  aklaa W I-*, UaWn. Dae'l .J.i. Ad aaca. IE Daa/' %  KiaW, ri.th.*~U ,—I,. F.raUi>ata|riUil SS5.i.al t laalH...i Ml iiiil %  ~i*l Durable nat-raeg store enamelled greea flalsh • Eeonesalcal Minimum building time Can be used again and again In packets each eaatalning ton leagths ltm. tone, together with Cutting Gauge and It Screws. Nuu and Washers. From a few packets of . VNIMBT MAJOR you can conalruet : a> Storage Fixtures g. Shelving ft I'Uttorm StraeXures Frames far light buildings Scaffolding Desks gs Benches % Trestles Speaking generally, I would say . ... that the extremely wide appUcaUoa of I MMI i MAJOR steel framework, made possible by Its easy construction methods, has made It an esaentlal part of the everyday functioning of ron-itrurlJon flrms and business houses everywhere. But then It's so very economical — use II for one need, it's there to u*r aisln to meet a thousand and one olhrr requirement* Ring 3713 today and ask far further information or Instructive leaflet an I'NIMET MAJOR. S. P. MUSS0N. SON & Co.. I ii iiiii ii ii! Ltd.; ^•—--*F*;,"-,, ?** WHEREVER FINE CARS are gathered Ford products are discussed, compared, and in the majority of cases, accepted as the greatest dollar value on wheels. Have YOU test-driven this low-cost luxury — the Five-Star CONSUL ? Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd. Ph. 4493 At your grocer'* in tonvsnivn' also .n impiovrd filtof too boll REFRESHING if rou tail worn out. dapro.,**. o# •. %  lly run down %  gl, or two • 4KJ of Bwckliit Toi-'C Win*. ..ii q„hola narvoui irMO Gi.inj new 'iulii upKitllr .ilosMa aftsr iilnssa. T^U goiaaro lirCKFAST TONIC WINE Where is the root of your Rheumatism ? i l $iAS0 A H I R| ......iHk'fliil nc-. (or Rheiinatk iiiicrcr\' Docan ha.c .Ml brtaggnf .ilnh>*t immrdisic iclii'i liv setrcl is lo •tnply a icM.ti>.iti>i..ii % asa aaSssass etsstVa not onlv ulicir IHI Ifcl ihr psm. hul alvt on vv'li.n dOCaStl .all the m>jlfci 01 'Trigger' .pois, where lui the real ttOiiMr t'nc HsrhS siici ilixlor htu re. p.ried ieni.uk.l-i,resull* in ovtf i 000 caaa ol %  hma of Kb !" naUlni, invliitling I ihtmiti^, I umbogo, SCawalos, etc ii his also bus ir^tt.l .mil iistl t-v Hovi'ii.iK .m.l IkKlorsnll o>er ihc I niieJ knig>loni lhc*e dMirrunn ho* -In >uo hsir faund i.Uii K> dlflv-ull h. Ike i>U mMtKHiv WHYASPRO HAS A SPECIAL APPEAL FOR WOMEN \ h9* Haw to get Relief from pain Pot J lOM II6TM tin' le.un ••> only ..hum-blf In INMt.in.,1 PiorewMtn. Now Ri N SSdM ilc BUM M I II "..ige il in. IMM only i fsd UM i'.i "HI *lo into ilioe ln(f' .pui., l tlKin SI tiiaianieeJ lo ici.nn its Sdrcnali ,i IMU I? mOOUM iiie.fcani CSaaol do LM ibe .iram •> .lumol %  iplanaioiy Icahrl il -ill he laiion io >ou. Onlv Ueyd % Ii rMcnii.il leaflet wnii diagiaim -I IBS moie impotUnt '1 rigger .p. rr. UNT WSRNIHC-,, LXOYD'Sk (n inusi am used ... tests upon wtn.h Lhtt iii.ii meni ^ hateJ I U>YD'S %  the r-rand .ii i rial article in "fas Lrnun" ('JO. ^ 11.395) a. the "ntOM IBtMaV s tory ." Don't V put off j LLOYD'S ADRENALINE CREAM Tho atodom wromaa. living u iho dooa an almoM non-stop sxlatsncs. demand* TRUE fallal whane*ar psln (omoa She must hsvs a asln-raUsvsr which not only acaa qwlcklr bwt doss not ha*a iRer-efftm which prtvont hr from going about thing! u usual —harmful aher-eflects auch ai din*"\ HI SI ill GOOD EOOD—ft IS TIER IIICMIT DRINK OK MODEHATIOS CARIB



PAGE 1

i w.i inn \ i SUNDAY mwilATE SI \I1A\ SUM ,1111.1! Ik. 1*32 Hill To Amend Gambling Ordinance Why Mr. Eisenhower Won "WANDERER III" SAILS WEST rr**r\ t>" Own OTrnMrtnn PORT-4 ff-SI UN, Hi v Ti with request: NtW YORK. .wght D. Eisenhower h' isues of the campaign, and here the Republicans scored heavily They worked day and night l the American voters th.. Eisenhower was better qualifr than Sli venson to deal Among their campaign ammun fact fhai I i witnes erben Miss was jury. dollars 10 cents an hour. He was " October 27. stationed for two veers in G#election d.iy. Senator Joseph many and Austria after til** war. McCarthy drove hi* own camhe ha* a security of emP<">ig* to a P* !" wUn nalionide broadcast the cost of whici M.000 dollars-had been pan ine violent %  I'm for Ike", be told me. "The not by the oflcial Kepublluii. Young that promoter, have the consent ihk-h Ot, Utok part. i r il lfcl g m lkton ..nlj nine i.j. rLAN FOR IIM1II STAnoNa ^f •**. .. prujnincbt Daniocrattc „C, "La lfc|C2. f """ 1 "„ b 1, """"W" ("> can involor of %  Hawbnadai IK"., StaJS; , h ST £ %  [ %  "•••'* 'l ' namlh.' In,,„rl„ n r. who made %  forlunr SSS^Sork il Annito, i,'h -, ,uon "" 1 a hu ml fraud oul ,.t hU invention h,. u,ld M oUn I^MbUah^arSaaE JClinna ."""'"''"> """ %  coulracu. • If 1 voUrd for my b.l.lnrs., I T^, !" t !" K Sr"2 !" n, WB. badly Orrnorra,, have brought Una auncr bocau...Trinidad will b,"" %  d " > >>venaon. country great proaparity—a false :he,r one ot operations in the I mmiuUl Threat proaperlty prrhapa. Init still proaCaribbean They plan to aat up 2Th. Communist threat, and t !" v T h" %  • %  lot of buildlnn !" . !" "'.""JJ !"!" Tvvi h MMTS the nnd station at UM linucnal the war ,t, Korea ""' on throughout this country. '? Identify Stevenson with some or College or Tropiol AgnrulltiP'. The majority or American vol. Iul """ %  %  •* much lM >"i?'' corruption rampanl under lag at St Augustine. In about a era believed sincerely that Risendrr "" Republicans Rut fve got rniman legtrae There lean up uiv lion. I like Ike. and 1 Hunk we dm urn his umcii I should give th* Republicans a in IUI, in l!M3 I IvliberaUll chance to show what tl.. ., l ,; l communatta on the unT ^a* the 26 year old willing Italian gov-rnm,nt. r i %  ii-rhaim..I englneairrom I^aig„„, br „ u ,ht the Communist Pn. '""''*• <-'llfoniUs. | Togllatt, back from Mos,.., V .m '. mo r."" c ...'' '*** %  ,ow.The"ndld.tureorSU...... to have a militorv man as Preal"* l P* ,f '"•*. "" t!w u M r ' ,t.„f god gecfasraaeaai taaand Bill ihr .mj mghu the little vessel ran sea, and at time* the motion cerwas very -teadlly on her way enattended tainly was violent; sometimes she high, go ''' • l "l that grai a welcome change tolled at' each way, and only Palma li "* for us. for you -ill understand took 3 seconds for the roll from of the c %  inch that as there are only the two of one side to the other. i with L-is us aboard we do get very tired It was a tremendous thrill when look oi fruit when steering is necessary, taking at noon on the eth November that"of Ihc Spaniards where and vegetable* for the Atlantic u turn and turn about with three your low. gr aa n Island of Barbaunl at a price wa -.uld afford, hours at the tiller and three bedos lifte-l slowly out of the sea Vnassealn Is^Ssfd Sl>d The UttW ; by the Ume one has cooked ahead lust about when, and when I J^aEi -tMaeMtMmhemmed in as it Is by 7.000 foot and eaten, navlgted, and attendthe n-vlgator had said (and .,hot. humid and ed to all the things that need secretly prayed) it would appear. windless, so we were not really doing, there is not a lot of time Although navigation by observarbjga after a stay there of left for sleep. But under the selftlons of celestiol objects Is an | VkaiMtrrrr appad away leering twins our life became almoet exact s el WW", on a long ilth October Ixtund foi rnor* ieisurely. In the daytime passage out of tght of land UM Susan cooked elaborate mania, navigator has little or no opporwith we steered In a baked bread and made cakes, tunity for checking the accuracy iaue. which ithe early beginwo i.. l4lu .n on * as while |-was free to navigate to of his work, o 1 for one alway. i i.. ran] north-east trad*, IO tmK down mtu the heart of the .,iy heart's delight, and in our suiter from a feeling of apprev..had a glorious passage south to north-east trade wind as quicaJy spare moments we worked about hension as the Ume for rnaking .. ihc small, unspoilt island of Porto as possible. But although that irte ship, attending to her gear landfall approaches. It is a thrill m the 480 miles in wind u, generally teiarded as beand improving the harbour awnwhich never seems to lose Us 1 2 day* The wind was fresh ID g constant we ran Into a calm n g. We even found time to sit savour no matter how often one ind we carried the whole mainarea and there lay almost motiontogether in the cockpit each eveexperiences It. sail and a small spinnaker; by day less for two sweltering days while ntiig. admiring the fine, empty The wind then freshened a lot h.sun shone brilliantly over Waadeear by gazing sadly at her ocean over which we sailed so and Wanderer stormed along toihe vivid blue sea. and by night own reflection. Exrept for a long easily, and watching the sunset wardthe i-land. Night was upon the stars were clear and the low ocean swell the sea was so W |t n K S usual accompaniment of her as South Point came abeam, '.month that it had the appearheaped up cumulus clouds all and there at last she ran oul pi nnce of oil. and the silence was round the horizon. As the sun the ocean swell which had been profound, ere noticed that parwent down we could see the her constant companion for so 0 nan anet Venus ahead between the HMS. -"id -.1 H o'clock that eveii.i 1'iiiiij. i „f the staysails, while the i.mg she found an anchorage m ne neeaa of BofsK horna, mo on. nearly full then, rose Carlisle Bay. The 2.780 mile paschurch bells and llcsla rockets • %  ,, U irkly up astern. The risk of sage from La Hidma bad taken 20 almost deafening and continues collision out there clear of the days 8 hours. well into the night. steamer tracks Is very small, in Almost at once the police launch But presently the wind rer uc t we saw only one other ship came alongside, and out of the turned; at llrst it was only th* di.ring the whole crossing, so darkness a' Mft musical voice faintest whisper of an air, but „fter supper we used to hang a asked who we were and where Adlal." Then there was the Oklahoma More Harm Than (.ood Kvei)i,iie WCkMlfTfld whether I Truman's immuw campaign trips throughout America would do more good than harm. The result of the election shows that these trips, which were orlglly opposed by Stevenson, did h> month Mower was thc~r %  weal wine i %  xtent th:.t mns from noon to iioatly well over 100 were H %  er managed to return safely to lst being 130. The wind which 'Wanderer** who lay rolling hWhad started at north-east slowly ily in the boy. worked round to vast and we "From Porto Snnto we went to were then able to set our special Madeira where the British resttwin staysails which, when their lents were so kind to us that brace: KM nothing but the happiest tiller. must depend entirely on our ihere came to us across the water rum resources for everything, we the warm, sweet-scented smell of weft) never conscious of a feeling the land. Slowly, as we moved I'liiiiius of thai mountalnoui %  • %  ell For raWMB %  eaflakfiu dayg if loneliness. As the sun shone brilliantly < very day navigation presented no Jimeulties other than those conre connected to the nected with taking observation* moke the yacht steer Mlh lhc sextant when the yacht stations they would be able to ist ration was deliberate), start running now, because the ciats are %  i out of office. But \ .' %  ....iniv WOUKI or aoie so ,.,,,,.,. .„ if-.^. iJ l ,.Ti l ii: i sia running now. because _. predict eruptions in the Carib^,,," 8 "ff 9 *' ~V *"• Unlt ~ Russians could get Us any Ume. have not heard the last of tho •" % %  SS^nS 0 *!. Si!LJ^ .' J Bu. 1 don', behevc *i. STARS nd that Elsenhower would do just that. Tho recent Communist offensive, and Eisen'lower's pledge that he himself would visit Korea, gained him many votes. Change so bright new star on the world's wean. political Armament, Adlal StevenPersorwlllv on. Ourinn UM past three months. Stevenson has fousht the presigamed eounuess dentlal can tie will vot-'s by hu personality lie was .„,,„, lhc nPXt Iour ytun „ un pot only the world-famous Oenomdal larader of the Opposition. %  .II who had the Second Your Individual Horoscope rm si'NDAr, NOVISUI M Hrn l-OOK In th* M>.-1ini, li wlilrti -,IIbirlhd., r ,tn (Irl-iiiiinrgl ni nd IJatnl M-lll' d*rtdr. n.ilhri lt> h a ii.iiii. md "-i.lv. Stsrt at chin rti to mn.irit.ni wu 1 %  r# Hvmi up (>> your bst • ,.' %  -HU inn MI unonuim -,„, Ji ill eve c World War. but his crowd *nse a dmlnk*trat'ion. -. was Urrlflc, and vastly superior ...~. rh ,, rM tne\ and humour to that of Stevenson. He attracted ^ J' %  ^t" fl ^ G enormous enthusiastic crowds in ie .' P OM,bl • IO %  ' ye on the Elsenuslng his hentold you 3. The tremendous desire for a change-any change away frnm the Democratic administration. The Democrats had been in every place he visited, and milpower uninterruptedly for twenty lions were delighted by his cbulvanra. Millions of Americans felt bent personality, his cheerful that. If the party system was to fncndlmcs* and the Immense sunrlee. a HapubUcan had to be charm he put into every wave of elected President this time his hands. Typical of the opinions of milIn complete contrast with lions of Americana—oaruYularlv Stevenson, EUe.il.awfr prornlsfld Jl ,w nd lne "1 P !" B 'dnt Dwig.it young Americans-was that of s lower taxation—u popular prom Ine Eisenhower will hear I lot more voung unskilled worker in a beer He also gained votes In the "> m Governor Adlal Stevenson. brewery In Milwaukee, earning 2 traditionally Democratic southern —L.B.S. The Battle for the WhiU MOV I over, and America breathes a igh of relief. But under its nolitial system, this nation will soon .'•gin to prepare for the oeskgraa sional election of 1954. Betwi wi-e wu>a %  aid m %  Jt NS at to Jl M" %  mseai ami aai %  !-. IHrtminl. pacp l XEW ESSO SERVICE— BARBAREES •i icaatsrl Vsa nlnS IVIH i Restore Youthful Vigour To Glands in 24 Hours Nw Discovary Bri ng Plaaiura* of Ufa to Man Who Saal Old Bofore Thair Tim* Da T— u eMar iijn a. Ms, Ar. um iMaias la i.^inrui iiaaiafl D. rsa J.'ss w6sriass: oinar Say trmm H* astaMsl n>i.iwm boasoaa UM SlnaiT •(>* aniUviBt pJijai tksa aaat tula M BMSW* lor )ea to r. Mas** raw r -s s iheal lt*ar aa4 aniau'ion J VMIMI Vksar Restored TIM aa—JUai ar adtintntf a. ind lb* I Yaflttnl faffrrsfi' gasssWs*! arassaji Daiiaia —>. Ih* vsilq o -.v K !" i !" .r u „i MirT.-lM-' or Nurn 'ti* Uta farlimipoti , %  ugn ot INananSmiair ••HIT* flaii I !" £. ,%  An aoUD.i.1 ph.OO.0. -lift -.-. '- t/ Q i;'. A 1 M rais O* Hi*"****. nM 1H per.,_,!,., fiH i(iMn>M * '"Sraewnj. thai I ,^P5jU, :..! tafi • •nraUH IK. tlaft*. ana* natniHI • ro" aiia %  ii*lll|i la in | n; %  .:, II 'Sl fii ja.ih., da] \t < i i i ...i | ,,... rid fn, the unalt %  %  asm n %  In intns, movip. IIMI t ooroaaa M M ieasvtoi b a tm. tuns%  • hoar you 1 %  so. I Mill I tfMtuia: -I. ua-., Annul church Miwl. I. HKSMaCR %  '•I !• iii. .„ atondarrrul I r hew UM right • I wn Ha-liirinbi-i t I, 111 • i Mm n a i> I*M AST M icaert rarsl -Soina days a.e camv.l aaaiin ti aret otTon th* nht fool, m ih* uylni VI SOB ailwara chsnas part nd •! bneS In ater SMI lataas-l aa l Think u aut, ihrn ennfa with wia* ha*da Daii'l brliuir >,nO. • % % %  • %  n i" your rhuirh I I I'M MIV I la M \m W N iFlnf.i 'ii,H. M v naaas aw •llmulatiiu,' musK M M • %  11 I'l..' xov HORN TO-DAV n asaastatn o! Ulvnl. vrruilllly and coetradlclion. YPM alao can waite limr wham you ITP: into a lullrn iraod Scorplu aoa.i> 10 the %  op. or i T h r-a blat. pntsfU .fi ir pet .now Vl.*. hav. Mil > SUnda. Utrif i, i \„ m -. H fliamrarr. Inn* at tasaJU Wtuiln M 'loar. nail asrn rt -r laaaZ ...ym.l uI a aaiets" U*i..w in MUJSr. M .;n ._ ._i Tai"aii' C a'a>aI. %  asf plj ,, *> %  ••*'*• %  Mi iapa Th. :ii in a ihart tana %  in. lha r.,iora (i-sBaa to aaaa* ir.n ia alo^ai a>l at rvar %i|*ar anal -nalln Doctor Prolsas VLTabs 1 n 0 qtt:mlnl %  a41->no*>i a^ifaan TS V-iSS? aaW Man* a rt a a .Mli ara i M •plnlaai ihat Uw toat Uma-i Um ainoa cuaianM* f VIraa %  *< -t ,a-jUVni TaS. (r*>m m<-' "•.u.i.f aaSar Baa laa IIajan> hurt an 11 St taun/i it-reufn *i Sa4i a,, — •*•>* %  ta .i, ir.i-rat in. Ua. |ritmn.r>a af lift ana *• •.>. • %  • in>tr.ji"-i TA-J.T.SJ ;S tyafitV" -vs. ?' % %  %  • nla linawn as VtUi, t-* U.lafta ratxaaanu IM mxn|M| aat. ant anal UW tsB >inHaa Ouarcuifced Results Guorontead Sa WHiiMir i_ nsw Wrn Iba lantii ar4(.."1 in Vela*, far •>ak anO ar-. WkWmt afcl wi in all saio af ina -..: ihU .. naa Itrrt -ndar as abaaKt. nf cnnip'iutiafncoati tr ... U-'lllg thru about by the .iboul the strangely steauy deck stowing tho snfls, we began to realise that the llrst pert ot our .-adventure had succeeded. The broad Atlantic lay astern. This wag our llrst tropic Island, and %  ., frl-.w ...i.fc .„i ,. '.„ linM.I' Your insuwlioji is invited "The ROVER h • very special type of car, the search for perfection has been unremitting . ." The ROVER has Style, Comfort, Finger-light Controls, Economy . . is simple to park. Built for versatility, this is a four-wheel drive all-purpose vehicle of high performance REDMAN "ii ii iiiin i 44)5 & TAYLOR'S GARAGE LIMITED Ph. 4365 IIIIII.S rot it finvti OK ltll.% X.V/AS OFFER tl PRESTC0LD REFRIGERATORS Starred lor Brilliance of Deiicn aad Flnial, Spangled with a calax> of New Features, Greater in Space. Greater in Grare. Sealed Units with a 9 Year Guarantee. 14, 5. 7 C.ft. All-Steel Body. I 1 ; Cub. It $347.00 I Cub. Ft. BeKular $ 4*5 Now 450.00 7 Cub. Ft. Regular S 575 Now 520.a0 THIS (II IKK 1 \STS TO END "I I>1 (TMBER Wm. F0GAR1T (/*,) Ltd.



PAGE 1

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1932 RJNDAV ADVOCATE PACE TIIIKTI I s m HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES C-N 4AD .\*& i_OOOrV H9*\'Krt* AVOCfMT4Li.V i\rmitv rr> offices mxcerr moa rue TO* An*'*TK1E*JT L>T7i f \rnc>M Turr %  MT1 v '. %  BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON flW/AU Mr >OU 0fNG K I WXIX" T nAS AS-.SD (X/ CBS^AIN t C EC AN BOMS6VB* FOR MV._ f*n^t Hi CAS uiT BUT if IT MAS "0 BE ~$ l TMS *A'B& MAP FOU.C> rdMaH THC KOV... %  I ... AN? NOW VOJ RS A_t -... \--AN*-> -3 i3u.| CNT3POT %  OJPaOEP*ON,A>CJ AKD I AW I %  -5JT AWORKYINiT... / OffA-f = „ OIAn-V fOMETMMi TO *'*• > L-C-.' 5 ?L TJD *#0UT... --_— , --^ T ftuPPOSS WITI **"-i 1/ %  v>-n*NC.XAEa \ST %  C*fc >Qo O 10 CAN' '.-> A tJf?T J s^ Kta Gtori* Yl Gordons Stands' SuptetHJi IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFE RS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WED NESDAY_AT_ALL BRANCHES rMTAvs__Tin. Uiuiilly NO aotMM itni'P-j IK M liUAVAS—Tint _. .44 .40 GOLDEN YKHP—I-I CHASE 8. SANBORN INSTANT SSmOOT ' COFFEE .. .87 .80 c \ n: i '• IIKOKIN .M FRY'S HOT CHOCOLATE .48 .45 vorv; HM: CABBOTI 4 PEAIl-4 4KKI1TM .4 MLADE .. .42 .38 SAIR1KKAM 31 III mi Arri.i s\ii .44 STEAK — ONIONS .. .74 .86 RUIKSVITA l.M MAllll BUCUTS—*k|i .32 APRICOT PIE FILLING 44 .30 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Far ihoHf trha Inrv ihv fa // Nvrv's u Vinv Xman iiitt YACHT ll\f %  > MEW HEVMSKU IIHIIOX B> vwinn> ciaan ADVOCATE STATIONERY THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK S RAY MOORES MEBE AS£ Iff C0OS-AN ME&E AB£ THE JEWS IUEVl MEAN WE SIOU *a UAEP WAV. UAI, BUI *u CTSWE A CftEC hCW WE MUCI ACT FACT" 4 ur 'CldOBec*, T^E VVAMBECM GUINNESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH _%  '._ C. F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) Ltd. P.O. BOX 304 BARBADOS



PAGE 1

PACE FOIRTEFN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1S CLASSIFIED ADS. mrpHONi ISOI I-OH SAVE : .*! • CBIH. %  %  MThllKIHI t Tida IwaCIH KiW '<1 taiwilj aratrfuUy Ilu )>>MI*< to all who .itlrrflert th* tun*'. aisled on the or* Mr. I> % %  Colly more Buck SI III II U U ait-T*Family i itt*e M.HK C.H of "MayvluV, Chelsea Rwd eg to thank all those who attended th funeral sent wreaths mid card* and In ether ay* ".'•• %  * svmpath,. with t' 14 II M-in ir -.•-. Th. Ui occasion o, sne Era*. R filbson. I.UJii. r-isV.snt r. %  ,.(ii other %  MB %  %  • fcpasalng of Mr%  I \in. il Michael kin. .-I. Dudley • %  >' IN MFM0R1AM r loved he< | ItfMw who ha. r. %  ..i T.V E.I..-T1 Cr• Stella. Mar. IMHr.u, III. H.vne. -nd. atIn l.ovlna Mwr> of S.vbt. Rewttn* A year has gone beyond recall ti %  bta W4 leer. Via. tne (^.-1 Soul Ih.l .-.cr bmlhC natamnN of love h>rr brio* ir pence E-*e to he t—m-ibarM h> CUrenee Rawtlns 'Hatband. C-lrtn .Daughter. The Rawttn, family. The AJkayne family AUTOMOTIVE ateaaSORD VAN I* 11 rwto — idle need ana? In realty (Mod eeeafaUen Dial Mm. Courtes* Garage 14 II to an CAW Stand. r II or. l-.aahall Veto* It eon miles Eckstein's Oarage. Bey CAII-Ont Prelect ford, late Modal. In •I Condition Partly Maw Price Win.all. Apply lo Smith-* Oarage. Roebuck St %  IB II II MIn CAR-One Cltreon Car. excellent conlilion Phone REDMAN A TAYUHIS ttARAOE LTD. lft II -*i CAJI—Auatln A-te Devon, ll.am mil* ;:..client rnn)ilton Maw helterv C*n be ..teln Urea Tfl a 1 rn.illan.>r lid 4flaS t Harris and .... Waif* war, Walbsping 1% II U An .toad. %  —d a. n— TB*a*no n Ml 4 II sa-tJ.r. %  -.1 HP il rj -issfaana e i I I'i'iii.ii Minus NOTICE Ni>N or T HIT Tender. r mviiad re. lha aa^.. %  u. at mar* pi. t. af f ^.im dais t„ • si L y -, AlmMvouae % %  irom I<| Jaauar>. iau Tandart •III ba racaraW b (h* vin. SI i.uc 1 !l W-ln NOTICE PABlantar .i il., ipii-. l liona (or ona or more vacant •-—-l will ba racai.rd ay AM^a* tXtn Saturday MUt inat CMHUlaa, i ba daiathim ^f ParhvhMdldn] a< SI. %  NathMI %  -%  •-niHutM and no| •lht >d iidnun than Iwrlvr 1*1 Hill SAIIS KI AI. F5TATK AT IWowsis H:I ; Tr^*rav i ird. !" .,., %  < %  >!• only CtM l*r#r IWa.d. Ona %  — uian.ani thai tha carUA•aurd to thr aald AIIU*III* Chatlaa GrlfTlth naa bran loal and not dVpoailad with nihaiwiar. and notice if within thirty day ratoy %  rurtlv I I-.., IrFOR RENT HOVSKS Hl'NCAI^tWS Tan Modarn RunaI •* ftanfo..! A Eunirr. Maawalli Road fully rurnlihad. all modarri rr.nvanlanraa rrdudM imn,. ..nd .llvera Canton f** PlUtrn-. M.-all. OeM or Itiana Sll 14 11 SI -an n>)uui-. rnavo*. dta m. •aual ram !" saiadr ktaabl and lardri. DaaSraBBI W 1 iwari Sir..! otualrd with all rnrloaad. A Apl>: C. B. I II .M-Sn rABAWAY rullv nnuhad 3 bad loom hauar. SI Philip roul. l.lghtlna plant, Wataimlll •upp.y. Carport. I Sarvanl roomi Monthly in.i Sfo plui SI rlaanain* charfa, IN ADVANCE. DUI 447S I1U U. OAHAOE ANT OPTIC*. Jarkaon St Mirhaal. now Mlnf u*ad by tha Vonkar. Kill Co lxnM-Mir.il from Drrrmbar 11 T.-laphnnr i m.blr far corv.aralon Ui Pwkap-Dial 4CI4. Courtaoy Oaraaa 14 II ELECTRICAL HAMO-O" itibn. wim i y. Ettavtlla. Daai S IS Kalicrattrr Radla a rlrlnaari Apply lo S IS II SS-ln XMAS TKEF. HIOHTS wl Khymri (II to Bati — Dial 43SI — Caur 1< % Q ,i.i*r 14 II H -*n UVESTOCK RACE hOMt OaUahWU. 3 year old filly by Vmlddad 'winner of tbo Aacol G..IU cup -nd arvoT.rib) • oul Of lay Bora iwlrner and dam of wlnnarii by Palali Royal Remainder of padllrae tuppllad If required Apply Hon V MECHANICAL B1CVC1XH 1 Three Nocada Balelah Bkryrlaa lOraani twri.ly-lwo Irani*. Apply io lafwISSSS lOfoani twrni>-lwu jnm i Mr,. Roberta. "Gar.lmaa nu "NT. rURNIHIIKI) HAT *! ManhaUn on aaa. Wek-hoa, 3 hrdroaana. aersan rooaa and fa'aae. rnrloaad yard, rrlda frio all modern convrnlaairra Appl< Rdoa Fiirriliur.Remover Dial EMS '. P> : %  > i r ROOM l.iror rouin with all ranvamJ area* Fpl rxparleTK-ed ldy or roupli Head of Chapman Stie-I 16 ll.U—M WINSUiW CATTIJ; WA1H-For laal 1 wraka in DnrmWr and Jan rb. Mmoh. May June and JuK of 1*90 Dial W41 IB 11 SS—an MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEWIVES You ran now Rant a JOHNSON'S Electric "Beaullflor" Floor, Pollahar at <.nly II 00 par day Beautify mur Floor" and furniture in lima for Xmaa by iiOna JOHNSON'S W-x Pyodueta and Floor Pollahar Phona 414B K J Itamel.Smith. A Co Lid Pliidar SlraM S II SI—en ANNOUNCEMENTS AT nil TOVR Jia-S Craekara Dr. lam. IS a in -OTTAflK OITT SHOP iw Pwnle.. AnlmaU. Xmn >rallona No parklna problo 11 a m — 4 p.m. to S 3S 14II BS-ln. RIVlKEN DKNTUKEa The wont be akllfulLr irpairrd. fraclurad. muau two acres r.f Innd hrlow Si Joseph'* Church. Both beside the main road. (3i three spots of land at Maxwell Road. Each 'pot consists of I2,()0t s'liisre feet. a.ooti Miti.iic f(.i of land st 3t. Mich.it'l s How next to Alltvne. Arthur's bond. Pay a small deposit and the balance un term*. MACHIWF. Slnper tine DUI SMf I Victoria Street Tieadla Kawmi Ma Archer McKentlr AT rONTABEJlX Aooiii a.ojn Raj ., B 7 d '2* n Vary MAIN nb ItoViJJ: Oomg for Only allH Nat aWjV*C?Sr SU'alV** %  -MISON '" A H.il-Ywld •t II. %  7 F^^^M^SS'-Sayl —,'oai; ir.is.'iJA^Srj Si fa BM r.i".hlal Troaaurer T f*"*' Bwunaaa Prarntora aayi A %  aptkamal Carliacaia •*"'"• *•' B ua l naaa Stand. Cai %  b..ut no.M B aa t Sora i Can S3S oa IfaSeWM *T Can Yiaia .... M..,. !' n r !" an -to Make, a tritiaS II Known U..I D r 0t Ab„ u IXADC LOWEST PfUCES -nd UfaRniZ SK^-" IOPI !" : !" "3£? 25: ?1SS *"y"HZ*X DIAL sin. tJOIIv. Bovuh\ HMU ElaMMsiar. Black Rock. S*, acraa arable land, -tone h.nldaaa with I eedroonv. ..In... an d dinrag laaenT >-> r -* % % % %  < % %  • ..^^ ;VZl, FSJ. Mill. Tank Pipe.. atalU etc ,rZ£. afcav priced and ea>. mortgage Apply rrad C.rmrchael J>hone M*J "^^ wly built ttonawall %  Oiiaee leal of land ael. The houae con m. living loam and cont rnbove property will he - Public compatlUon at bungalow with il Pine Hill. St. Hn, Ihrea badBOYCat S-ihiiior" 4 11 M-4n AUCTION Oa UNDER THE SILVER HAMMFR 1 ..--Ja> O.i .1,1 >• Tea-roar and waite, >U BlaM I SO par pair The Modern Drc Sboppe %  ...ii siTri II 11 61-In TWS HOl*N ItlOB BCROOl. rast s. mn tH-Mir ori in rum will be held hare r Mini November ,t • a m _..*, tinder the ago of 14. Englivk, Artlhmetat General Knowleda' boy, and girt, air eligible Wlnn.-i ir given % vear, free luflon. book nnce With maintenance. tian,portai->i l^-iiw, iithrng etc No rntrarur Scholanhlp lanable from January Wa guarantee rmployment on completion arhool rourao. g&b. IS II 13ANTiqUES — Of every darcrtpMan Olaaa. ehlna. old JcwaU. Bne Silver Watercoloura. Early book*. Map*. Autograph, etc.. at Gorrtnga, Anlique Shop ..Homing Royal Yacht Club a.l.le-t f,n. IIHONK1JTYS BATH SOAP — large to aukei a nice Xma, praaent Reduced from l.'B lo je cake. Aaoorlad ScenU. Knlghtl Ud 14 II U-3n OKEI'E — Printed Moroab. Crepe 4 eiy cireMul .h1e. At Than I B-oa r Wm Henry SI. Grral Autumn Sale h.l II S %  v Worth Double IS II.IS in COOPRR-B AJLRJKM. F1.YSPRAY out** r, u ich death lo FUto. Moaqulleea. Cockroach. Obtainable from aU laadlng Siorea In two alia, 13 oa. Sl.M. %  PUR ss. ML a*— DIARY—A uaeful out for a friend abroad — "Tho B'clii Rugagajiuaiil Dtaty" With II Beaullful picture, ol the Uland and the price la only E-. KNIOHtrt LTD 14 11. IB-ln FOB THR HOUSEHOLD — TUrktah oweu largo .lie SI 41. Face CTotha .or. arh Waah Bag, 3Sr each. Yellow Dull. r. at.each. Regular Site Pillow Car.-* Unon Kllfhen Tow %  II 11. IIAHOROARD — Standard H ea db oard. *irea hx 4' and 10* 4' for Celling, and .inrlltlona Only > cento per aq ft (, W llulchlnaon A Co Lid — Dial 14 11. at—in Hoot INDIAN LEATTUBl SANDALS i ihaifea and palento all ataee , Hint for Xma, Al reduced prim nOBa Bro, Gre,l Autumn Sale 1S II u MATS lairgiSue Straw Mala Axtiali .torn UnUlrd QuaoUty reduced a Tlwni Br.Girat Autumn Rale i ,ra -I.SNFJHV ACCESSORIFJ* Cntwllnea nga. Bower,, father, and hat alrawa %  cite Modem Drew Sr>.pa. ltn..ni Street NERVrroNE nINB" An accevuble Xmaa gift for your cofivalaaeent frlendo 1 ...rge and ornall bottle* In nock Kmgbl', Ltd. 14 ii ssan OIL R TO V Ra —Two Burner Taato M.rfel Cooker, Block and While flnlah ii SU S4 each G W. Hutohlneon A Co ltd Dial *EB. Mil.ss—an For J!I pnrlicula apply DARCY A. SCOTT Middle Street dial 2645. 15.11.52.— 3D TODAYS NEWS HASH MODEL FACTORY ENGINES That Work ll> Steam — AT — JOHNSON'S STATIONERY HOl-ND IRON AND HT-V.. IOI. .. ',. ', and '.. Sh~i S. W. '.. VS nnd I'l. ."• ' %  Enquir* Aulu ... Co, Tr.lal.ar and .pr .lr^' Kill s AI.I; drier Rlrrm, nraVw FHUIIK,. Frti.'Three Speed P.rU. I HESCENT CYCLE STORE 30 Tudor Si. Happy Ilaya .re here .c^n il...Good New. TniBiflfr Cigarettes at OLTON'8 Ni> 4 Tador SI $2.38 per Carton and 12c. par Pack JOHN MHI 1HOS 4% £•• A.FJI., r.T-aV Eitrnalve Llstuiifl or Good (i.i" rroperey and Land Always Available REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS < III SCRIM. te at Magweaa Coaat Road. ung three ttod.oom. with d SUllhg roam,, modern i ...trd lo a good Hdentl.it area with rsecllrni H A NHII.I1 btveaWnanl at a pnee. i I ... M '.W Situate In Rockley New Road comma ruling a magnlRcent view of Golf Court* unohatructrd to II ,..' %  .!] with bulll-ln cupIng and dining room,. kitchen, toilet and ba'h ..ua: bcrvanl,room with md balh. garage lor Iwo -nigh room for laundi* property aland, or. rly is.soo aquara lent RI Nt.AI.OW Il t;, .. BM M..1I Tcnac" fAtea ^ iir--:: aa. — • ee bedioom, wllh loileto bath, attached, dining and kitchen, verandah to I a nice nalle la She orppeny -taude an i '.acre of lend. KVANTON Biluato at Top Bock coriwrlafng three bedroom,. Iwo with adjoining toilet and balh. .pare room nlng room, kitchen, toilet ih wiUi hot and cold water. i South and PaUo the North The outbuilding, prlae nf .rrvanl,' room with ii.il balh. and a large Inspection by appointment MT'chea of land situate own private bathing beaoh, and comprUIng three l-ilroomi, wllh private toilet and bath lo main bedroom drawing and dining %  warns, Rttfepean balh wllh hot and cold runtuig water and %  eonrate loil-t. modern kitchen, and a gallery on two Mdea. WTN DOVER Sit Men", It % %  St r, n-r SlandIng on appro. nauly 41, acres of •ana ueMa rlectod frull trees The houee co npriae, three brfroom,, dining %  nd bath* wllh hot nd cold water *"rr,jnrage i i .1... %  -. in 'o aervanli room*. l. .. t-.-n -.1, -i.,\. i, I.I. ,t, j by th, Dallf Tslairaph. leafling Dally Newoaaper noivlnf in B ar baaai by Air only a few days after |ruboceUan In London. Contact Ian Oalo e/o Adracala Ca.. Ltd Local TSl. EllS STOVER — The famoua TURM A 'A! OR — DLAL 43S1 — COLTClaaTY JAHAC1 u ii y" SANDALS — ArnesSran Gold Sandal All die* at Thani Bros Pr Wm lie., Great Autumn "Vale only al SB IS II SI un to aa lb, Hutchlm TEA vTTitAn t.al S*tt lai elv : lea Sou ai 110.14 each G Hiiti-hlnMip A Co I.Id Da•ED 14 1 %  Special Offer at Truck and Car Tyrea X fSJS— IS Ml II. aoo—IS. Dial 1 Auto Tyiw Co. IS 11 St-SaT.r TtK.ui 1 Band saw. I — Ing Machine 1 — Sander, 1 — V Wood turning lathe wllh elide toot and Cabinet of turning tools. Phone SSSS. IS II SS—in USED BLOCK srroifK V lOBtV uaed Lumber Plm Tlnorlng. Window, end I block. Join. Pin also Pill M— Si &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f OS)** • *>< FOR SALE AUSTIN IS, newly uplMlatorod new tyre, and battery BMcrllrut ondillon — SSSS PRAM Tansad. GENTS Maw R'— lie Ph. SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE quoted HACTINGS. BARBAIH)S Dally and .,.i.Kt.-Mn Ratea reqiieat. Daaavsr and CVektail Partlws airsjaared J H 0UCKL.AND Proprietor. IMBBSSS X Bb it. .'ii 'ii in Sltuato in ihe Garrtaon. St llrhael, comprUIngfour bedcombination II vina and dining room,, separate toilet and bath, kitchen with built-in cupbnarda. Verandah Ihe whole length nf lha huiMir. Th* niitliulhlir-acomprtae two s sr v an bi rooms wjih water lollel and a Career for two car. The above property aland, -ri npproaimataly 7 MM) aqua.a Mat of land Thle house ha* g*a end no electric rationing inspection by appointment only. TBIRSISDON Slltuilr al MaiwclU Coast Road, comprising of four bedroom, all with running water and one with BttoaRi : dining room, large kitchen. separate toilet and balh. open. verandah on two stire* with one lacing lha era OuU>aUldtrupj1 •ervanla roon... an'.. rr The rroprrtv .land* on I I'Oda. IB parch., of latot iiy %  peeuon by appoinlmoni aaly. OCEAN IMAV Bltuota al Roeklrv n^,d adjoining the famoua R.. boat sea bathing In Ihe Uland Divided UilO three flats and bring a very high monthly rental. There will be many prospective purchfor tills property Do not ansay. hi Ml '.ol. Ill Situate at Wclchea. Christ Cnurch. within 100 yard* of lha sea Very reasonably priced Please — rARALON Seawall Airport. SATURDAY. 29TII NOVEMBER, 1952 IN AID OP THE OLD LADIES HOME CHRISTMAS MIToC all description Rnd to Suit nil Pockets PUNCH A JUDY ..ml A FILM SHOW to Amuse the Children THE POLICE RAND lo delight and Entertain EveryaneSWF.ETS. CAKES. ICES. TEAS AND A WELL STOCKED BAR • Help a Very Daervirtf Charily ami Spend a Pleasan; Afternoon. ADMISSION CHILDREN & Nl'RSES 1/•ei i.. larffa bedroom* nh dieseing tUchcd. Iwo medium Use bedroom, with dre-.ing loom, and btull-ln copboaid.. to)lei and balh. at Ian, |ie-.h and the"***' Downstair, Entrance lobbv, living and dining reoa !" break) kitchen, luge Mudy nod .-.-ii pallo to ujc South. . HUMS and a portion of atablc .ntainmg 1'. a."lion by oppotntmenl only. i tin H al St Jama, C.-at. beIween Colony Chrf and Coral Reef Club Spots ran b> %  ttl a frontage lo the aea. %  a right of way REALTORS Limited BEAL ESTATE AOENTB AUCTION ISBS VALUERS BBIDOSTOWN PBONE 4SSS FURNITURE AUCTION •' LVNCrDURGH 'J_ Mh Arena*. BelUslll* inatrucled ay Mrs. t. M V llarrera to dispose of her furnltur. V ..nd afleeu aa listed below N V1FWINO MORNLNG OF SAIJ X Hat Stand. Sol 4 Morris Chairs \ with Spring Cu.hiniia. *l IllllliaJIS \ Jlerblce Chair, Beveral Ocoi Table*, Dlnlni T-blr. Dunns; Cbalra, IMab Ti,, -.mn Tali c wilh Full Length Minor and Stool. with run Length Mirror and Stool. Drwaflnf r-ble wtthnmail Mirror. Double Bed with Vooo SprmfSingle iiaad with Vono Raring tAI.L THE AHOVE IN MAHOGANY) A.idcobc wllh Full LeaaUi Mirror.. MS. Drcaniitg Table. Canvas Ch-Hs. Cyp CofTce Table. R'lah and Cane Seated Rockers, English El. ir. lUfntveralor iSU. e Hi New Condition. Singer Treads* Bewtoa Machine < Recent i< -i-i. Kltl '"' %  T-i>'lc '>'d Canoe*, large Round Mirror Wllh Bev a ilad F-lee. Iron Bed and Fibre Waltjeaa, Double and Single Fibre Matt'eeaas. Ptd Ch.lrs. Llucn BaskM, flld Table, and other Items AUCTIONEERS Jssl..a •> %  Hlnaaflsasa AC. I Fhone 4640 FUntatkHW Build In*. '''' V-v,w,v/,VAW/-'/.V. FURNITURE AUCTION AT II v tsis tout*i. St. 1.1... (Near High School) Wa air favoured wllh InatrurI.one Irom Mr, 11 M BIOW to sell by Auction Ihe Reto collection hie S1IERITON and /vNTItjUE rUBNITURE. alau Rood Q..ttitv Madacp Plccee. OsSSaware .nd other Household EllecU .t ItAYNEJJ COUBT. ST JOHN I'UWINO I>\V PRJOB TO AND MOBMNG OF SALE PYE RADIOGRAM, Oval Dining Table. Set of Dining Chair,. Occa, A CoR.-.Table.. Tip-Top Table*. Drop Leaf Table. Willing tanks. Trinket Table. .Ornarrientai rabies. Armchair,. Upright Chair* Vanity Cabinet. Bidehnar.i Single A Double Ended Settees. Fitted Cocktail Cabinet. Hedside Table A Cablnrto. Dseaato| Dr.iwers. IkxikOieives. Hill lenfflh Mirror In blr Frame. rV.w-Frotnwd tawant Dnseaing Table with Mine. Table Lamp* 'ALL THE I IN MAHOGANY.. 4 Upholstered Easy Chair.. Octal. Tablaa. Inlaid Cabinet. Carvel Ddleh Cabinet. Upholstered Stooii. Grandfather Clock. Dining Table WHi Braes Feet. Gate-lagged Dining Table, InUid Sldebaard, Tan Table. Drop Leaf Table. Small Oast Table. Ornamental Antique GUI Table. Double Bed with Sawing Mattrra-v Single Bad Wfjlh ., o n i sfAs n-,.iwitli Bo. Spr.ng. Inlaid Cttcat of Drawers. Inl.ud Serving Table*. Comer Table.. Large Oak Che.t. Old Oek Table E-.y Chalra. Ston,-,d A Table Lampa. Carpet, A raUSB. Mosquito Nets. Decorated Feed Bag, Oil Patotlnga. Walet Prinla. Framed Map,, Shoe Rack Ola—ware, WEST iNGHousfc hhwT k fatsta ll.n Ova n, t ir...iiv ow HJl Kitchen Tables iVarloo... Marble Toajped Table Ow. hoard' I ServantsBeds. Cbaira, A Tablea oObM inurreaUrs iteml. CASH ON TIDt FALL OF AUCTIONEERS Jgals-s VI. Bl-- ft C-. FOR SALE IT. %  ery siroble home eoaanrueted by Ing Sim of building centiactor*. The atco:i'*.i'-d*tion provide* ? %  paclou* bct'rooms, with built-in wardeobe*. large itraatng room, eeparato dining room, kitchenette with b'eaf.,.i rcom, aad large panlrv Th* garacr and ^ Ouarter* are dct.iched Mains water -nd quo!., of rlrclrtc light Thl. [.roi>erty I* situated In a neand .elect residential area from which there are Par panoramic views of llrldgrtoun and the hari ool and %  mile, from town centre. The properly I. available wllh from approK '. to 1", acres as required and lha ptlr* asked I, very fa* 1 l.-n* in-. We 4 Hating very highly which sa ntJ BWS nicely wllh %  urtoundlng*. Own beach frontage l. '.Mr-ii faclIRIea. kllchm. separata '. wide L shaped iB-ward* Rrp-. Ngena. r In a good T ,..bed dinlni lollet verandah looking nrato garage and Ideal aeo.rde h residential quart RESrDENCE. THE GARDEN. WoRTlllNa Modern coral etone bur.gaiow on comer elte with wide frontages Pleat ant garden wllh flower beds. lawn, concrete patio, and number of bearing dull lire* Accommodation compose* large living room, covered gaUcrr. 1 bedrooms Win built-in wardrobes, well fltU— Kitchen, garage a nh covered w>,to house, eervAi.it' quarter* and all usual office. All public utility servicee one of Ihe moat atliaclive home* now available In ihe medium price range. MALTA. St. Paler Fatenaively te. modelled bouae ol rnaaUve •ton* construction wllh appro*. '. aare Rower garden*, lawns and >oung liuit Uers. There are spacioua varand-iha on two side* Wllh view* over beach. Urge living room. 3 double bedrooms. 1 ballin-.il.* tbolh With tub.i modern kitchen and butler's pantry, downstair* I, Ihe laundry, good servant.' accommodallon for I. 1 garage* and storeroom*. Full pubWllh electric pump Rlaht of way over beach with superb bathing Opportunity for a discriminating buy at. I-AND, TWEKIK1DE ROAD.— r.K-'llent factory obuiineta nte of nearly ', acre with frontage lo main road over HM ft. Ona of th/ lew available Iota I ion a in such a good [Hiuin'ti close lo Town centre. COAST LAND. ST. JAMES.Apprnx. 1 arm In uiu*polll residential part of Ihla alii active coast. Good bench frontage with sandy peach. Owner abroad will dispose of Ihla property for Ihe low figure of 14 cent, per ss). It. 1/HOPERTlEs st. Jama.' Caatt —Wa can offer a wide selection of Una residences In this InrreaeIngly popular dl-tncl on th* beach and Inlaid Tilt RISK nd coi St Jama ariiaaR a ml po.il lot %  >j. 11.... sar IT -Large raj ssfBiaa approx. and aa> in sandy K,d"' ,',,!';.;; h 3 large n, and it rseeption pantry. 5 BBC. Enqulrlo* invited BUNGALOW. Pino n.i: -Modern bunaalow constructed In IBS, with IS' atone wall* and heavy asbestos roof. There Is a larae L-ahaped living room, 1 double bedrooms WiUi built-in wardrobe*, kitchen, pantry, servants' kitchen, bathreom wllh tub and shower, solar heating insiallatum. gssrage and 1 %  ervanl.rooms. The around, of about * acre are heavily wooded with Mahog. and Flamb-,..it tree,, J.m. and stone Sam.H terrace are In secluded wailed garden. Attractive location cloae to town. N EW BUNGAIWW. BLUE WATTiRS—HiiTiitij bum home ol good sound corslriictloii. floor level well ralaed off the ground, large living room. I good airy bedroom, all with bulll in wardtba*. illad hatbioom and shower i.i,..aad %  afato fc lichen. good servant*' quarter* Pat *.. and llaMl tatdJBl stirThl, property rec rim menda lion and Is a homo moM people would be ploasad to %  an rtlh la* % %  i m A luauiioiialy appointed i with fnor bedrooms. 3 tiled bethrooma wllh hoi and cold water. butler* pantry, kllchen. rtoreroom>. 1 garage,. The ground* ere eapcrtly laid oul wllh a profusion of flow* ring *hrune. Own right of way to aea. LA CASITA. Rockley New Road Compact imxierti same bungalow well daalaj-.cd with tniu-l living room, dining or bedroom, large nun" bed loon i and small sparc bed'oom or dfrsiing room. Uled bat!ir....m wllh Utost lyae tub bath -applying h,>i water, airy verandah, kitchen ..nd garaga. The ell laid Kits, vegetable garmn wllh minimum o| domeettc help and very suitable for retired people. Anrm.ra.rsqc Maawell I Very mundJy conatructod stone bungalow erected In IBM when building material and workmanship were of higher standard than I* usually obtained today. Th.. properly ha, a drawing room, dining room, kllchen. email break fest room and 3 good bedrooma. A wide gallery rune on 1 side* and CQBTtaatto privacy la obtained. There la a two car garage and Ihe site la 11.000 tq. ft. with good land, bearing frull tree, A good solid home obtainable for a reasonable Sgure BENBAM — Shertngruim Oardens, Ma.welU Pleasantly situated modern stone built bungalow with about ', acre and right of way la lha aea. Tha building to tontaaalantly planned wllh a large living room, having acceea to a covered front verandah: bceakfaat room, kitchen and 1 bedrooma wllh washbasins The detached garage I. of good slie end haa •ervanla' quarter* adjoining. Situated In a well developed semlpmate mast,) residential area aad poaseene* many [ cn—i n dalle featurea. Full main **rvlcea. CASABLANCA. M*w*lle Coaat An outataridtng property embortvlng the 'red pre-war work' Well designed for eaaqr runnina with 4 badrooni*. "tase The lard at apprr..imaacly 1 With flower and vegetable gardens, productive orchard and eacenut grove One acre walled garden may ha sold separately aa a building site I



PAGE 1

Sl-SDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1K2 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAOI HI II I N CHURCH SERMECS BT LION4UI • MIU N %  %  1" Chcral EUrharlat .. m Crmril Ruenartat and AOdiw. 1| a IT Matin* K SuNav Brlbaol T p m %  T. r*m 7 30 a m Hal. Cimmaalon. JO a m tatann H*> Ulnmon 3pm Sunday ***** ft < hlldrar. B*TVK* T p m Rnlomn Kvertaonft knnon Proreaalon Pr*.*-rr Canon Bar!** *<"*'VU> •IIVK|> nOEUICK Man. Ma.ri.lna SWrvie-. prwarR*r R*v t C New 7 pa Ev*r I Nr. <,RA F a Downr, MONTGOMERY 1 p m Bvamna S*r *" C**I.*Mr A Phllllp. DUNSCOMU 7 p m (v.m( S*rVJ wtaehti M> O C La**)SHOP II1U 7 p m BaaMnc tar vkra. praaabar Mr P G flvntlri mnoDi.T aMl JAMS* mttrt: .Hava.1 Fa.nr*.. II am R*v K. E Tnwer.. BA 3pm Special Muural Pmarami •rhoUi. and Pasra. Moat Import TMiigt r To..r%  Radir1u.„m .„> Mandt> "rloch Ba . nilX MEMORIAL: II am Mr. D Roarti. : p m Rav P Lawranr* rVHlTIIIAIJ. BM a.m. Ml. a. Hr par; 7 p pa Mr O P*rfcln. HANK HALL fl M a -• Mr O MeCal. later. 7pm Mr J T. 0*l* MOtJTows 130 a.m. Rav a Mar -hall; 7 p ITI Mi W St, HUl Hllllll MtTRODlMT I IB. I IT Bandar. fca**aib* la*. •* IIETIIII II am Rav T J PwHa*, T p m Mr V Pllanni DALKEtTH II .m. Mr L. Mayan; praachar Rav. J Furl*v iHoly CamOae. Ti*. Tba Pairooai PaaMval ^ Churrh la.*, plar.. Mlnl.tarlal Brafb %  '-*" %  *•• %  *• aaranon J --^ .-rvica.ill br IV Ra. j l .;..,-, I TV Mim.tar m Ckarajr. ft PA Monday Waamaadav. PnaMy; ,' 1^*..''" "* *^ l a ol •* "--badp, >iilh Mnvpimi ttna w ui K, canduitorl PIPS "*. i "*' %  'Ctart 'A-otiTi |P "'*" %  M" Olai Brawn* !" tS* NaVMOlAS IFtWOPAl li OBT "? DO wnXTJU ROAD 11 ain Ma I in.anil HaniuMi. praacmTC " Daaoanapa t> afcarraw. mlAbPaaTtfr Ae. 7 p.m. Cvanaona; „.,, laKmaal. Simdav BILMONT :l 7 p m Hrv I *TH mariturr PHOVIDEMCB I p m Mr J VAIXHALL PAYNES BAY *. C Pordat ran. Pihrnd dlalUr mvllad Rrv. r Vivl7JB pm Tuada> *-rnaj Prayrra >M '" '•** %  • Addraaa pnaahai in* p-% L rfc.,.*, II a-m. M. J Clark*. CUakw. Ih. aubjacl will b* S-im r. tf | l-valL Tkird Miaamna ir Jaumay %  irvtp II -ni. Mf\ C P. A*1a tkap II v 3> nrxi „, tb U( _<. A ipm Mr. G Ba stircwsBURY Bralbwaii*. 7 p n MtClS II an i. Hall I Mr. s C Cruaaa to a.m. Mr D. Raid; Wotihlp at 19, „ Manhail. vleo al IN pm ISO am R*v. P. Monday Niahi r c MfClaan. Paopla a Union R*\ G Marahall. Wcdn**aa> nlht a i 7 30 Praia* and am Mr Q M Pray.. Maatlna !" "~ ""* On Monday ajhlbi. Novamfcar M. ># c t'-t "huirt "^ w 1 ,n * -D Bap Yon ara cordially mvllad Io allaaal Hit. Iiiandly chorch. VEMT "B ** AOTBHTfiT mil'! KiM bOW. Sovambar If, I'a.taa %  Tl^rnpaon. Ivaaidani ni Canbb*-. Mr A Holdar iwvd s w ( L ioaa*. i p m Mr. K. Brath.alt* • li AU Kunday Srhaola at 3 p m ill Kvanlalutlc Campaldn Sriva. .luring n,<. -*fc B t Shrr-.l..!, THE HALVATION ARMY PIE CORNER H..--.I rU>ai "I.K, II am. iinimrMaetlne; 'pi I'roarainm* rrndrrad by YDUHI Proplr. AMmT 7pm BaKatimt Mi,na dnr Major a> Mra W Mornpantad by Tha Plyad o naJ Band RRirXIE'lOWN CINTRAI. II am. Holinaaa Maolind: 3 pm Hiadui :< %  ." and" 7~p*m" Company Maatlna 7 pm SMvatlo* WaabMadaya: %  p m A 3*rvli I.Mdaa T**Unu,n*a of ChrMllar SEA & AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay ..£** ? — ~ ,9 ,u u Ha**Mt Whit itiVi Lf" II. Marion Ball* Wnlfr E*,rdn*. Pranklyn D R i^,,| l( ,, Damdjaai tha na h awi R. Lady Siaadfax ""S=l,. 0 u-^ ,uw "•""-Mom* Vaaaal. %  Mon*k Jrnkn. Rnbrrta T R Radar ARRIVAL* S Sundati. iMl a. (roan MorrtraaJ %  ifidat Captain n Cook '.'inn I—ml ... Planiatm.it LM. *rn Rambow M M Ion. from Trm. nad ^inoa* Capia.n O. Marti. CaaaHanad yar*t Mnunrakar. 7 law. rt*m Lai Polmaa undo* Captain W P,r __ nirARiiRr%  rt. Ma.v t Carolm. lor Oranada SMWtll l • Ml A ON THURSDAY E>*m RrMMh U.lau Jark Connolly Mary Connnlh Sl.ph. „ Connnlly. Mlcha*! CaRMaaRJa lUlSLl Hunt*. Luiuo Hunt*, l-arn... iiu,,,, *ww*r. Matryl Hulcninana Ahrln Abram. w, ^r- u x wriyt*. cn*iyl Whyl*. Jofn U*lim*r. Ain*. Jardln. Marvyp KM%  %  nond Hark*r Don. Chapntan j ol „ ll.ad^a* Hrnnald Good. r^,, Xitlnir-Worui. Doru Cha*. Emil< OotirtRRIVAL* li |M ON PTUDAY rraaa TrMldad, I. Smith. K Smith. H. paorbr M Damtly J Smd*|t. j Thoma. W AI^X I Tbompjon. J rortm--Wal..m. H DCk"mra E Ball 1. Rail \| nan C DEPARTIiREs BT %  LW.LA, ... ON PIUDAY la. Tilaldad F ItatuitbU. L rU.Uat.ni. A lUIIHoi. X. Coat*-. M. D*montb*uii J, O*. ntpiilbriui. G Coop*r. A. RMi, P Dot!" RU. R Boacmyiti j B*rmiad*r L Smith. MrD It.vn' DEPARTIIBtH BT B.W.1.4 ON FRIDAY Fa* BrlUah Oalaaa; I. Raynolda. M Btjl.), W Baylor < Maora. s Moor*. A N*dd T Miln*. K lU*.. A MHn. H Miln*. T Gi, n J rarnand*-. p Pvraaud. I. OunraJ R Jotinaon. A. Jo ra aa w p. J. Camarho. E Listening Hour* r-rom TmPltbW a 19 %  i-***uw e *s a> Radi.. %  AS p m hi I rtalirv* • tt D •> I BBC SympAmny dnnwi. IDH p m. Ta* N*o10 |0 p m Prom Tha RUi i torial. II 13 y London Poium 10 O P Hiiot MadmMa* MONDAY Mtn %  M a.Cd p.m . RAill 4 00 B m Thr Now 4 10 p m T* Yootli Hoat*U 4 M p m l.n.B*. A-h > 5 00 p m LM•OP — : ii am a.at M op.il M .m T*# N**-a. 7 10 p m Horn* N*w mm Britain I IS p m Book* M Itu. nd Tnoali* Talk GBvrram.nl Hill. J'aainr W. W. WtAlaV • '. BpMkar. itublact: Will Elijah Co*a in. i II am Holliaraa M*rt Cnmpajiy Moatini; 7 pi Moonaaj Snr Malor T Glbb. SI'EIGIITSTOWN II am Holm*.. M*otmi. J p.m Compan> Maatlna. 7 p m Salvation MooOBM Snr Captain S. Worroll. SEA VIEW II am Holinam Mratinr ) pm Company M**llnf 7 pm Salvation M**tin|. KaaUnf. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 10U I p ii' kj** a* UIH. ••". MORTAIJi Salvation AM) IMMORTALS UaUan TI| ('oimthian. U U Thla corruptll .lif thai Tba lallawlM IIUIMM ai* la. in*-* In lb* Laaaaa-Sarw,.., n %  „,,,. Tnf ^ |m it^lf bramUi wttnaaa with our tCflrH, that w* an tha rhildron of God Romani B H ""•• %  • 4 MralMl wtAft Bay la U>a *'!".** %  *" %  — %  % %  ••' BoBor >*4 CARLTON M**ting. ) ,,, i t*n U what dfbood I. i* Rood and IruTRINJTY O otmubla P..* 304 PART ONE ORDERS By Major I. E P. TVrATHIRNf Ml Commaindlno. Tor Barbados Radlmanl lU>N\Ml-l.,Ml Certain B, r L J,.t,„.,, AwampUaa Captain T A. Oltlani a.-n M1 ol "A" Coy. mnwutd pf HO Coy -i %  Near. tJL Lt. %  R Ooddard PANADES-TralBlna All rankwill par-da at ih* Oaniaon a) ITOO hour* on Thuradav. Coy. will b* *)i*rcla*d In -quad drill In thalr atvmbly at call. W*d IB and Tbui id Sit. on Tuoada* i NoM al Krama aad Fllai Hand pradloaa will b* hold a. urual on M at 1700 hour* I. VOI.1NTART NIGHTS Th*r* will b* a Voluntary CMaa (or W.Oi 1700 hour. Omen. ar. ..k*d u atiarvd. I MIBKVTIIT' "'"" • nd '" * lh "" DrlU ''•mPhl*' voluntwr. wbo hjva not Srad th* L M G A M.C will tlv* th*.. nam*. to tha R a M on Thursday SO Nov. U IBM mill i j-. Mini > r21 !" '^*.' b S?" ,h Sf ****^!} ** >*• BOOB laavad with th* IMI Drill Ord*r y OmVar Liaui. C O. P*\*rb|n N.,?vi: ^ d r •* n, B '"*' ordarly OAWr Ordrly S*r)*ant -1UNAL PLATOON Thar* ar* winl varanrm |p tram Mombara or II.* R*a;lm*nt irainind in January. 1003. and i nRI'MM AND I'll *<• Th*r* ar* a numbar of vacant Band Application* ar* invitrd th* Suinal Platoon Applirationi i 0 till lh*a* vat-anrw. with a vl*w to 1-ii.ru >:: %  an*.nould ba iv*n to th* Rurnal Offlc*r. %  > i l i s-. I il DICREANL PART II ORBBBS BVRIAL NO. Bt 645 PI* NaM. It B. flCot ill Pt*. Dankrl, J. *'B" Cor M0 Pt* Nayn*., J R %  %  *• Coy. on Pia Jon... L -BCoy. 3BB Pt* Collin. V. L. "A" Coy BM Pur Taylor, L "A" Coy 309 Dim. Smith. C N HQ Co* LEAVH Capt. J. H. Roar M.C A 1 411 Pta Vaaxwood. H. M HQ Ml Pi*. LKnrlih. L %  R' Jf7 PI* Nurar II HQ Graotod I wk. P Laav* waf 18 Nov. SI Graniad 3 mtha.' p/L*av* waf I Ort 51 Graotad a wki. %  S, L*av* w** 0 Nov. U Giantad I wka • P'L*oia *f 15 Nov M YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT BainroJI from Codnugtoii ml TotaJ Rainfall for month to dsU: 1.36 ins. remparonirt: 7J_8 os* Wind Velocity. 7 miles per hour Baiomoter <9 m.) 29.1*31 (12 *.m) 29.B66 TO-DAY Hunnad .'1.M am. Hunaat: 5.3S pjB. Moon Ldurt Qnartn Nnveni bwr 9 Iaghtlnw: 6.00 pm Hlfb Tlda. 2,40 RJB.. 2.33 p.m. Low Tide: *At B.Bk, 917 pjL 7 4ft p m H n c Raauo Nrw.r-*l MSB pm Tthaikov.lo • 00 p m Th* Bann.ua ol th* M.k>i< 0 SO p m Th* Caalno Orvh*atra 1" p m Th* N*>. I I > p m From Th i %  .i IS i, iv Srt*r-r* B*v .10 30 p m Tip Top TMI>*Slop Gelling Up Nights *** %  %  up nlthta. bumlrwooom lion of ortana. whtllah dla> har, i5l l df ,M %  %  % % % % % % % %  *'• %  M and k>. of manly vlaour ajs uaad by a diaoauat of IfmProaiati and in u..l Important m -... n rnan. T oT*r*..m r lhaaa rroul'lw II II h..ura and qukhly roOtoro via; %  %  %  and h.altli. lak* th* i.wati'ii • rr.i.r.-..l to ., %  11.. • laM and n ... .,.,. i, r | [| • .r or t6 B ana f.om yopr OBMUBBM %  %  |.i"i. ii -•I" i your < iin .il.iir. from the follow 1B:— BLACK BUGBT POT*or-OOLO rHERKIES In M M: \~< IIIM I UllinMi HAPPINESS FRY'S IIAZFL NITT FRY S H III i:MI\ I i.r.xmv AIM IAHDIKVS SETS 4711 ( 'U.tM.M SETS XMAS ( ARDS and MBB* ru|bt 2811 DUI :-: LM KudBOjrfc St. ^'.OO^^VXi' v are oRtered th* taw chancr m ^—lif> ft* a fine aarecr. hiffhdr poVAtuI *ociaJ triiiJing One of these COUPOCO will icBil Co jour BAlvancrmcni •M'tiaf O^-aVrST 1 -' ^rcsr.. eaaamtr, .. I-; • ., C'..t .1 w. C:*a*l-i %  t e a p T .'^ ***ai R a (ia.it >| r-cwom, BjajO* Mataa (•(•a*, ni '-.taa. wart Paaapmi %  aH.-.r, O.aat.t, larPjB M t aa wi paa ta.rl aj.ul Want '"" %  •f-mmx ni,.,, BoriBnOMat "a.aakaaP .,m. 10IHlMRRtlICSi.lrai.iCw iMi HtMHiO LdlaaO PJMW *al -*/ %  *. vaa. araaawiw m ,.'i.|*l: ,ntn.. I /M*.... I— • beatdi NEW CALYPSOS TONCUS TIE MOPSIE ONE MORNING .SOMDERS' SONG I.INSTEAD MARKET K.ITCH DONKEY CITY ROYAL WEDDING ME DONKEY WANT WATER NO MORE TAXI WHERE PAIN ASSAILS.. SACROOL PREVAILS BRAIWHAVV'S On Sale at ait D*uv Slorfl and LID. POCKET & DESK DIARIES FOR 1953 ROBERTS & CO. YOUR STATIONER — DIAL Mil! SUGGESTION . U everj Ihiny when il cumc^. 1.1 huyinu i|ill>. 'Phi* Hut ijivcn bolow should uuftgm man\ suitable Itam. Hi." Hi -"-.III Tollrl Rat. Kountnln Prn^ — Prrfunieh & Cologne Pipes — t'iijars — i n-.n.DaB. — Toili'i S**. '.'.'S.'s. ;:-*•,: %  -. '*SS.*SSM \ FOR THE BEST IN BOOKS .-.-.-.•-•.--*,*--,-,-,-..-.---.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-.*--.'.'.-.-.DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MOllE QUALIFICATION? r ARK YOr INTKREHTSI' IN MAK1SC. MM. MMtaaTI Vt BO. KNROL SOW rOIf ONI OF IHr; ( OIRSEH. \rt lilt*, tural IlrButht*msJMlUp BwlHlnc and IlpBlffn CoBrae. VMS*. (Civil. II.. and Meeh.) • tatowMbtie ReBBlrBtanN MoaTB*. Kleetrlcal loaUlUHoa and WlrtBf ('BBTBP. L.rnrral Fl-rlrir*l tHlIn i-erlnj Lourae. i iroeral (Yrtiliral* of Education. Wr.te far full partteuh%  rita 'hf sanitary lnpetair Coara* ( %  rner.il AcrieBHure COBfBP. Itrniranr* Pr^etire. i Itama nthlR. PrtrnleBm Tecbnalogt COB POP srliool < eritfirat* Camrae '. tinlJim tivU TTlee riiiniH. tsaBrr. I 1 ..li.proRtotlon Couroe not mentioned Caribbean Educational Institute P.O. Box 307. i-.OB, Trinidad Af aiiu for 1 AaUTXAH INBTITUTE OP BMO TECH. B BBUTlBll TTJTOaUAL ATfaTTITOTB, LONDON THERE IS NO TOklORKOrV PORT COI'PON TO P.(1 BOX 107. PO.R. Please send me Fro* Book. .Same Addrt-BB Subject ul Carver ot IrrBproarl Ago POBV TODAY! STOMACH PAINS DUI TO INDIOBSTION Try <%  • OKIDOSB •t MACLBAN BRAND STT)MACMPODr4*t! ThiB B^BBraBTBlry TtRRRfirrl (OriuuU OROkBrr relWoei SttRTUfcch l'B!;:i PUrukiwr, lleanbum, NRutea or Aadlrr due to Indigetuoa. I Aaaa aa taOaat raa— | i M n uaiiu a co lti I'O Ha> ill. nt'ii-i'T' "Shwp 1'iirlfi for Xmtts" > have i.i.l ..pn..-.l 4 LOVELY SELECTION of tMMBSMMAJS rut us hi BflRea and Uoar \M\S WKAPPINC. I'\1TR I n' Heala ele etf LOVELY I'LASUt SIKYII.lll RINtis (UMB A nut sii STAND .etr.. ole POTTKH A M(MHtl>. (ilPT SFPR YAKULLY tiltT SKI s tllrT BOXES *ll t IKK (ILATP.K OOYA OlFT C'RACKKHS HAT BOXER tilFT SOAP BtC. rte YOl' fJF.T THE BET SKLH I ION (Y SHOPPrNfl KAR1.Y al "BOOKER'S BHUAU STIIUT. ll ir l..mll> Slorr HASTINC.S IAI.PIIA I'HABMACl MRS. HOUSEWIFE!! Select these early before its too late. &f SHELLED ALMONDS lb. WALLNUTS lb. #*#;*'/VV A CO.. LTD. Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4502 .... Mr*. • %  % % %  H ATTENTION ALL REDIFFUSION SUBSCRIBERS! in ii.. NmoM. IMt KEIH1 I ISION PROGRAMME'S GRAND CHRISTMAS COMPETITION "rhe fnllowlnn Condition was omitted mt If iniir.rwrreet aolullona are reeelvPd. Ihan Prfie* arallBble. a Jury will drawthe >\ liiaera. The deeUUn •f the ludrea ntu-l he areoptrd aa flasl and blndlnf aad im rwrraapamdenee will be rKrJiaBfed. • ICKM1NDKR ( I.OHINO DATE far edlnr la KOLlrTIONR far ibr i ..nipetittna : MATIROAY. NOVEMBER ND COLONIAL ADVERTISING CO J \Ml.s siRl.r.l (HIIOS) LTD. rutiNE -i ;i GOO& III III I Oil YOIH *;.v./w %  •..##•;. vr THE NEW PROCEA BREAD Bollon Lane Phnnr .10 A Aquatic Club (lift Shop A Phonr 4817 #£*& ATTRACTIVE FLAVOUR MORE DIGESTIBLE MORE NOURISHING STAYS FRESH FOR DAYS '.'AKF.S BETTER SANDWICHES MAKES WONDERFUL TOAST a l\ inrtitiril ilh DRI-CF.A Whfai Protein and Milk. r. r. J i t* II i H 11\ -Mil II BAKERS" II Tudor SI. Dial: .'l£IX IT-. %  ffl m m m m mm m m i Lister For a bright Christmas All t-ver Uoirbadiih i ipecially in ihe cutinti ho narn a LISTCT maani F.U't-irniity : and the USTER KLTERNATOH WET tor ncneralinK your own current or hnmp or uxtustrial use has proved a highly reliable iintl pc-onmmcuI prufRisition. #> AC I.iitlitinK I • I PInnts driven b. the Lister Dleaal EnRine are now n il tun* to InlM up fot Chn*tmn H 2 i KVV StartO-Mali. I'lantb | 110 Volla A.C. # a KW II i Ar •*"• # Automatically stail and alop nt B thf (urn of a J switrh. H # Autonidtn Vi,U age Refulatoi maintains fixed I villiitregardlets of load variation*. H %  "*> Uirett enyuitieto The Barbados uhon. 4M6 W Tbr Brbiad-*. Foundrs Lid. ^ {fl! WHITEPARK



PAGE 1

PAGE SIXTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATI SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 1, i52 The Waterfront Was Quiet Yesterday EXCEPT FOR unloading of the remainder of schooners M, the waterfront experienced a comparatively quiet day yesterday Tin re was only onesteamship in the harliour — the Saguenay Terminals steamer Sundial, which arrived in port iiom Montreal on Friday afternoon while the auxiliary schooner Rainbow M. was the only schooner to arrive and 'his hailed from Trinidad under Captain Gilbert Marks. £ r -, %  .i.ulna vei0 - %  irt Idle and ihoir nw> llf/ktl^n Pinf ni£i i i>pport unity of molding iTjAJlllfll I JCllII I -i.mlng decks. %  "*• T"k Pioneer Dies £4000 Needed To Save Golf's Walker Cup By Jw m Coodfellow Sir Georgv Semi Jo Be Chairmnn W.I. Confrrrnce 01 HI n\L c-Atr.o The Saaucnay Terminals liner .iirivxl In port from on rVd.iv afternoon With general carKG IllTlfl ThU cargo Included ahipment of lumbei In His Sleep for mo cou NATHAN LEVINSON. head of the Warner Bros. Bound a large department and a pioneer with the cawwd Warner family In dovelopinit the goods, picKled meat and other talking motion picture, died ] scneral cargo. The vessel is under the command of Captain D. Cook and is I tu riantatious Lid. CARGO FIOM TRINIDAD .., hia tlcep at his Toluca Lake home. II,,.,r.i COL t^vinon began his career at the age of 14 ,,s a wireless 'tlcataphcr At the time of his death he was internationally famous for hia work and in nova lion-; The i5 ton achoonei Rainbow i n the Held of wind. H. irrrrad in the colony yesterWith the late Sam Warner, he d:.y from Trinidad. worked to bring the first sound, n The schooner which %  under musical score, to the mction picn and at Captain Gilbert lure icreen m "Don Juan', which Marks, brought a mixed cargo WM, resented to a critical Nes. iiiid This cargo inYork theatre audience on August eluded cola*, charcoal, fruit and 6th, 1926. %  gv tables. On October 5th, 1927. the War.liioner in consigned to ner Bros. Vitaphone Corporation tha Schooni tion Fined For Inflicting Bodily Harm His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith. Acting Police Magistrate of Dis (rid "A", yesterday fined 29> car-old labourer Alphon* Walke* of Ruy '<* """l facilities up to the ^,,m.w P PT. 1 V i L maximum of £20,000.000. Inf.rtmth told the court that f (>rn ,ed sources said the question while she was on her way horn 1 0 f amounts or meat deli* on Military Bond. St. Michael on BnUin for the forthcoming year November 4. the defendant beat „ n d also the price have been her with a bull's pirzle on her agreed upon. body because somebody had told When It became apparent that him that she had taken up one the main obstacle to agreement of his ducks. was the Argentine request for credit facilities, British AmbasINJVRED IN ACCIDENT ador Sir Henry Bradshaw Mack ^1 ~~ ,— — -— requested assistance from the Edwar* Taltt, a 17-year-old British Government to hasten mechanic of Juekman, St. negotiations As A result the Michael was Involved in an gnfenunent sent two officials accident with a motor car on from the treasury and board of westbury Road about 9.30 a.m. trade with late instructions. >esterriay. He was treated al the The present talk* regarding the if '.pit.il for a cut on his foreterms of a trade and payment* head. met to succeed the one expiring At the time of the Incident las*, summer were initiated in n :-> July Differences between Hi two sides however were at ii it so wide that progress U ngrecm'nt was extremely slow. The first stumbling block was the question of price, that Brita II should pay for future ddivti'es of meat. It is understood II 'I the first price Argentine MI '< made by golf clubs, the Walher Cup matches I may cease. Abandonment would be deplored by the whole golf world. Toe 2,000 clubs asked to help la giving £4.000 will no doubt I make ready response. It seems to me that a scheme might be set up within the framework of the Golf Unions, by which funds are always assured. The Royal and Ancient committee can draw on funds from the Amateur championship— they are likely to allocate more than £1.000— but profits from the open ehampionshlp are not available N, players have been nominated yet, Ronnie White, who cut Ms nig gol( engagements this season for business reasons, is to play in more events next year. no doubt with an eye on the Walker Cup match Sunningdale Club can muster ana of the strongest teams in amateur golf, in their side against Cambridge, and Oxford, they had three former KngUlh champions— H. G. Bentley, U C Crawley and G H Micklem, all players on the plus one mark. Th c others range from scratch to four. Cambridge have lost only on* of their four engagement* this term. The captain, D S. *Blair, has six of last year's team ana about a dozen new players ot good standard to choose from. fixture list before the meeting lth Oxford at Rye on March *i> —ZI includes matches with St. George's Hill. Royal Worlington, Walton Heath, Worplesdon, Wesl Hill and Berkshire. I'iiddj lime, winner of the Brabazon trophy three years ago at 17. has to make golf subsidiary to his career as a pilotofficer, and for that reason i* But readily available for important events. He tells me that he recently "fluked" a 01 when he won the Hoekcv Club (near Winchester! championship. A cut spoon shot at the 11th cost him his only five. Details of his round on a course with a scratch of 70: 0l— 1 %  :* vcH, dftVS, Hr. an pull 1. a (ISO vdt dtiv*. SI ran. 1 pulta 4: 3 'Ml yd. i <1i.v-. nl|>, IB-fl put*. Si 144* da> drive Vlroti a pulii 4 "ISO rd... B iron. • n. pull S: S d* I dt.v*. ipoon. a pull* 4. IS ITII yd* • dnv. S-iran. a putt. 4: ID ill! vdi.i a-lron yard putt I: 11 (MS vd drive *vAt* IMI puti 3. IS IIM yd. iitiv*. 4-"o". a pmu 4— %  ! at. ... .,• FrOW **** l -xirtiti.,:, at Hastings House will be *uii Cnairm*. Su: George ai Mnntego Bar. are the Mr. C. A. Grpssmith, O.B.B., mante Admin'strative Secretary to DeHon'bi'velopmcnt and Welfare, who Antigu,. will act as a United Kingdom will act as sui Commissioner in the abeence of Grant ley Adam* Mr. J. K. Thompson. Colonial tVAttache in the British Emh.s Cohferen.. in Washington, who U unable to Additionally. Dr. r j HarasM be present; Mr Philip HewifM B E.. ptT Jtggtttani riS' Myrlng .nd_ Mr. Davicf Perclval. t.ona, Adviser fo the SecrelarC S |"w r ; J. v.. VarncH ,^.V*Li. K Ul'.' "T-rtrneiit '" 'he BritishCo-1 ami Mr. Grosamith. Hon'bie W. A Jamaica and iht \ Hon. & T Christian for Mr IOO will he at' %  Foot Itch Healed in 3 Days "-'•''-'-'-'-'•'%  -'--'----.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-,-,-.-.-.--•.-,-.--.-.-,-,-. I GIVE SANTA A RING! 23 IIU— I Advisers; Mr R. G. Roe of th. Secretarial .,t Hastings Houee, and Miw Joan bmitn estrk. Mr. Hewtt-Myring will be leaving for Jamaica on November 20. Thc Remainder of the part* will travel with Sir George on November tt. The two remaining United Kingdom Com miss oners. w hi v/ill be present at the Conference and the Commission Meeting m Mr. nlal Office, will jo'n tm ttclegation at Montego tt as advisers. By and nngaparItN 4 .l rid ..' -I. f %  • ... %  •Ii.m %  (). % %  IIU.I"! >> IKM4 I" '-""I •'•• '• %  %  -".I h*. l%  %  ...-. ACB-. I (.1 . 4eav>i % %  "'." %  '" %  "" N ';. ,,.„ Nlxoderm Ter IfcU Troubiei ," FROM ALL QUARTERS m Freaa Page I the pawnshop business. Its first State pawnshop will be opened in a suburb of Rangoon this month. New York: Comment* by thai "Seven Butchers of Broadway"— Nix York's leading drumatarri'ies — on Kothertne Hepburn > performance in Shaw's play "Tin Millionairess" include the following: "Beautiful, radiant, vital and not very good" —"A vivid. lively. exuberant, one-woman show played with humour and a curious kind of beauty" — "Ml*s H*pburn lorce but no tour." HOMS-STUOT COURSES ro. GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH CERT. WMay Mall OUwfl. c a „ e—i; *hi k>< Ur4 I %  am, a i*, issw" Uosn. .. HaaSaauoafK**franco Fartti Ul..r.u r p.,,..,, A.d> i R.SA.J S.,, n j um a^r!5t. **' l l*>2 du-, "" -'J.<*i OPartoMA LL.D.l>'*c*o>ft "J^D^DL! % WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD • I DON'T I B.W.I. ."T KAIL TO GOT YOIK FNTRIKS FOR THE Best. Edwiq Haynes. Joseph Al"* *"urday with WS French 1-vno. Raip h Bushell, Joseph nJU P s protesting her admission. B.irker. Stephen Belgrave and Thc Wneral conference of 58 naJovnh Kin* dons meanwhile continued debate P Ring. ^ Ust year 8 UNESCO | AS SCOKJ AS TM£ PLAWE LEAVES TWE CWOND ?0lRP.') STOVSERfcy.OCUSS.' .NoNappiefJ Vu %  *!. u. Cudnaa i>m"f.%  ftct babii b*th and ii rreiv %  apjtu •huiK M krtp lum .i-il iJ ,,m.!.i.r>k. Th. milJIy nirliL>iiil. mlc •moBMat, < uiik.at*. •uilirchafins l *Of(. Inf1mmticn. vufdMU *worU)r with ntppM rath. futicura OINTMENT.' B.W.I I VVIIHW III VI IM. OIL IM //.I.I iiivri.si IN THK MAIL BY NEXT SATURDAY. HMD NOVKMBKH. 1952 WHEN THE CONTEST CLOSES KOC.KRS & HOWE LTD. FOR NORTHROP & I.YMAN CO., LTD. Colgate Chlempln/ll loothpostt DESTROYS BAD BREATH Ortfiewtiaf in tha MMHI. Police Band At Esplanade By ihe kind permission of Colo~ nel R. T Mlchelln. O.B.E., Com| missioner of Police, the Police Band conducted by Sgt. C. Archei will render the following programme of music at the Bay St Eaplauade this evening beginning at 4 45 p.m. 1 MAWK "HllltalM" 4r*itirl 2 OVSKTVR>; "IHITKHI *•*•• I S;rlJ;CT10N "Mvlndlmn Mnnorlw" rimwh INTSHMKZKO -Frvm Ihr opvra "Cavallvra RtiHInWM>mil 5 SUITE-"W-U-Muflr" Bkad'l 6 TWO PirtlS hymn to Ihe auii "lltxtr " tmyrf H\tl. Kar*ah< : MEDITATION -'Ttiln Slaawnrl S ORATORIO The Hr.vrni -•* lelliii* H*M HYMNS M A lr II llatap my aoul Ihe Kin, ol Mf.,vci Th Lwd I. m> SKn>h*irt GOD SAVr. THE QUrr.s Mere Is tke'asagla po*r ef efcisraphytl to destroy bad bntatb originnting in the mouth! Colgate Chlorophyll Toothpaste in moat caste acts quicHy . acts thoroughly ... and the purifying action last* for hours! Keeps your breath sweet and fresh longtrl FIGHTS TOOTH DECAY! vi'o n/> /// KEPLIKS GO TO THE HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. for ... S3.no BAI.ATA NOVELTIES STEEL BANDS COCONUT TREES ~TM MONKEY CARTS |" I'RL'IT SELLERS ,„" MAUBY SELLERS q 6 WOODEN NOVELTIES •BOATS j|.2o SI I I ER WOMEN 72 DONKEYS ''.'""' ,' 44 10''l,,v,/,,n peUgkl in Tbiti v..,-.//i>.. GAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad St. I .W,-.V.V/,1WM MWV MMW< 'ss,v.'s,'*',','?; THR LITTLE EXTRAS . YOlLOOK for ilirm In %  CiMtom-T.llorrd Sl'lT . An, niAl.riuK . qnillty lining* . .a.v drape and HI. WE HAVE a wMr choir* of Cloths. ( II ind Dmlcna in TROPICAL and *tt nrlthu. WONT YOC COME in and In ik arsund ? C. B. Race V Co. of Bsallon I eaaae> .•.•.•ssss,'.;'.'.*.'.' _ yno DM Collate Chlorophyll T<>othpaste —espectslly rl|ht aflar cm I ing you act ncainat tba li ss tou ctlva t.cfcl that ar a cauaa of tooth decay . actually blp raH Ihair fortnaUon! CHECKS COMMON SUM DISORDERS) Now! Tha full Benefits of o Chlorophyll' Toothpaste in a New, Exclusive Colgate Formula! %  Coital* briaga joo -orvH. I chiorupbyll ia lb* Bnaat workiof thkwupb^l chloruphyU toolhp. yaaas of •xpariaao* can crsats ... Colgate CblorabyU 'I oothpawt*! e r ai ai w iaiiaafiaii Nature baraalf maira chlorophyll and puta It In all gnea planln I" aoabW Iheaa to Uva and fro-. Bui sdaooa muat braak down Ihk oatuSalaaeil t h>U Into a M Mo.rirerUra foraa {aaa-rr-ao/^^rA/^v^y. Ilm$)— before II can balp yea •gainst bad brMta. lootb daasy, conunoa rum dasardara. TbiawhCnIiaii.ri|ierbiis and *.ill in rnaiinr aa aiduaivai formula ia .mporrniit to you. In Celesta nuomphyll Toothpaata you a* 11 in-1 IBIIHI I a of I hew *>a teraolubtf i Klorvplivllina in a aafa. uli-an nit form I I'.ir -aaj *Wn •."" %  bad bntaih OMfiti.Uag in ihmouth .. common run dbmrdara . tooth decny . g*Colgata Chlurafnayll TootapaaU after aa.Ung, Ii'a lha linetl chlorophxil loothpait* tha wotL*a larfoat makor of quably n> atiarioaj can pcodura! Taala allow chl hMlihy turn 11*^ Cha0COpliTUTDOtbpSatabHnfv<>utba aflV-iiva baseflU of chlorophyll ic l*J(> you car* for sore, lendar sumav • l .j.ui u a-.i.i t .,. J :.'i M.fM.i'tBi NEW GREEN TQ0TNMST[ Testa, and Guaranteed bv COLGATE! GIANT SIZE — 79c. LARGE SIZE — 47e. A MAFFEI SUIT % eaea)eaaae.e*eeaeeeea*aaeaaas f *eee*^ aa>eeaeea>iaaeae>eaaeaiaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Variety loo...! A whole thrilling ahopful if Xmns ideas. fur you. Sir!... lor you, MuiUnr And vcrv deflnilely for you, Kiddies' K. R. HUNTE & CO., LTD. 1 LOWER BROAD STREET Ph 5136 Mill veil.ms < % % %  "( T>pr\vri,er* Caamh cv Bnish s,is Watahaa & China Klectrkal Appli Toya! — Taya! — T< WAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. VOU LOOK YOUR BEST YOU FEEL YOUR BEST AND THE HRICE YOU PAY IS TriE PRICE ITS WOBTH "Top Scores In T.ilorla" P.C.S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD. (Be U)IM — £cononuM psej ... USE BOWRANITE A-vn-eoKKosim P.VVT The Rrlrnllrss Enemy of Runl The Proved Proleetor ol lrtm and Sleel COtS FARTHEST LASTS LONCEST One yillon will cover 700—1.000 sq. feel, one coat. I BED. GREY, BLACK in lins ot Imperial measure. THONB44M AGENTS: WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. H I MHIt lllll l l



PAGE 1

PACK SIXTEEN MAIiAV ADVOCATI SUNDAY NOVEMBER It. 1M2 The Waterfront Was Quiet Yesterday £4^000 Needed To Save Golfs Walker Cup Sir trSO/gV 8*J To Be Chairmrtn W.I. Cmifrrvnce By James Goodfellow 1 Ki KIT KOH unloading of the remainder of schooners cargoes, the waterfront experienced a comparatively quiet Only „n, MMU. .n the tarbotn Ihe ngZHSTSjFm'ZrSZS Saguenav Terminals steamer Sundial, which arrived in poll UA* I of ur w.uker Cui> from &.< I %  I Pi ifteniooii while thr auxiliary and Hyde, cup teatm every (our schooner Rainbow M was the only achooner to arrive and jJJ^SJjo *"• % %  ' " iron Tiimdad u nder Captain Gilbert Mark-. ...,, mght i^,,,^ UrltlBh matturs no i 0 ihe Kilt-i mttt WMm with chat the • FI-MH Pace l %  t Hastings llouw will b* S U George niNWitego B. y are "".} | A Grossmith. O.B.E., mania Admln'striitive Secretary to DeHon'bUvi-lopmenl and Welfare. who AMIRO;. will Ml ;.s n United Kingdom will -., missiontr in the absence of GnaUcy AdamV •o the British C'oHon'tl. Jamaica. m substitute for Mi I] :he remaining vwa % %  r idle and their rrewa llf^lmti Pi ( .|.|,, irtunity of mending X1IAFUUII %  Ittlllt Least* 01 H I \L 0AAOO %  .HI,. ( V r.'iminals linar in port from Montreal on Friday afternoon with general cargo for the Island. .* I K T ,lom P w>n Colonial th c Co..-.. Attach.in the Hntish EmhHtA ConfereiHv in Wah ngton, who is unable to Add be present; Mr. Philip HewfrMB*... Pt,'' Mvrtng and M Y Pioneer Dies In His Sleep COL. NATHAN LEV1NSON. Club in Marion, Maaa. (September A —6). while the U.S.A proftisionals come to Wrni worth | i I-IM coal U thc Atlantic crossing. Once our players reach the DUMf Mdt iney *i e Uie guests of their rivals. When the U.S.A. sides come here, we are the hosU. The Hrituh Professionals Golfers' Association are striving to J. Hallow. AuiiUnt EducaM.,nlr[„ II... .,„,, Foot Mth Healed in 3 Days %  %  %  4 .l .5 %  ie.il to %  '/-','/,'.v,' / ',v,'.*,',',',v,v,*,'--,-,-,v-v/,v,',*,','.'.'.',;','.',',; GIVE SANTA A RING! *<'o head of the Warner Bros, sound put Ryder Cup finances or ThU cargo included a largo department and a pioneer with the sounder basis Thev hone that luinbf. canned Warner family In developing the Londoners ,n their flnl wSrMckM MM >no other laikinp motion picture, died in his tunny to see thin mtema^iuii .1 01 general CVga. sleep nt his Toluca Lake home n.alch. will pay MMflinTj under (he comHe was W. oo#9 ;it Weutwortl. raand ol Cook and is Cot I,evinsnn began his cam(unsigned to Plantations Ltd. at thc age of 14 as a wireless and {6,000 would be avnilahlc'fi.r •clegrapiter At the time of his th.1955 match in America CARGO FROM TRINIDAD death he was International!) faif llm budget works out our mous for his work and innovations urofauionaU would h*. IK. 'MM The W ton schooner Roiabou; i n the Held of sound. ^ ,' ri( nm atour world •starWith thr late Sam Warner, ne Thc HOV.IL a nd Anrient rhsm *. T.tnidad, worked .0 bnng the first sound, pionshipTimUtef have hSK The schooner which Is under musical score, to the mrtlon picfins week tla unle,, ...^V.n ,f Captain Gilbert ture screen ..1 "Don Juan', which !,"l omlrVutim, S md. h^^J ..-. resented to a critical Nes. Xbs^ the WaTker rT. .Mil.. theatre audience on August m .y%ea CUP m,t|ent in charge of Production, and Major Albert Warner, V 'lent in New York. Abandonment would be deplored by the whole golf world.: 'Hie 2,000 clubs asked to help 10 giving £4.000 will no doubt I make ready response. It seems to me that a scheme might be set up within the framework of the Golf Unions, by which funds are always assured The Royal and Ancient commillC can draw on funds from the Amateur championsh i p~ Ihey ire likely to allocate more I than £1,000—but profils from the j >poi, < hampionship are not available leaving for Jamaica on Noveaark ier 20 Th. Itemainder of the r.ariv will travel with Sir George on November 22. The two remaining United Kingdom Commissioners, who v/lll be present at the O and the Commitision Meeting i n FROM ALL QUARTERS a> 1 r..:,. Page 1 the pawnshop business, lu first State pawnshop will be opened in a suburb of Rangoon this month. New Vaefc: Comments by th*V 'S.ven Butchers of Broadway"— Nc* York's leading dramatic errlKa — on Kothenne Hepburn's peifurmance in Shaw's play "TIK Million a iress" Include the following: "Beautiful, radiant, vital and not very good" —"A vivid, lively, one-woman show played with humour and a curious id of beauty" — "Mrs ll-pburn Mr* n K A.itNlxoderm W9W Skin TrouM HOHMIU&. COUUU >OI GENERAL CERTIFICATE o) EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL A HIGHER SCH CERT. % WOLSEY HALL. OXFORD ^5= IM>NT KA1I. TO OBT YOl K r \TR1KS FOR THE hn Ion but tour." •NoNappie r I Rash/ ^ r T'_„ J„ nPa.11-— I- N 'plajrera have been nomlI raae l alks in %  "••". %  afw* wwi.. ho !" t Final Stage big golf engagements this I %  aaa->n for business reasons, Is to I'lay m more events next year, no doubt wifh an eye on the! Walker Cup match Sunningdale Club can muster one of the strongest teams in I amateur golf, in their side; against Cambridge, and Oxford, 1 they had three former Knglish champions—H. G. Bent ley, L. G C*rawl and G H .Micklem, I all players On the plus one 1 mark. The others range from scratch to four, LONDON. NovcmbT 14. Reliable sources said the AnfloArgcntine trade tolks in Buenos now entered their final The Hue is to 00 paid in seven sli ^ p nm lne onl ouunonaing days or one month s Imprison, lloh | cm u he Arger.tire request rnont with hard labour. Ismay fnr rIOUlt f JC n ltkB up to the OnfrHh appealed. nuximum of £20.000,000 In Griffith tol.! thc court that formed sources said the luestion while she w.u* on her way honr 1 of amounts of meat deliveries to on Military Ruud. St. Michael on Britain for thc forthcoming year Kovemher 4. the defendant beat and also the price have been (h T hull's plzzlc on her agreed upon. 1 Jinbridge ha\e lost only one body because umet>ody had t..M When it became apparent that or ln ,|r 'our engagement t this him that she had taken up one the main obstacle to agreement rm ""e captain, D S. Blair, cf his ducks. was the Argentine request for nas lx of last year's tatta ggdj credit facilities, British Ambasabout a dozen new players of r. 1 i .:i 11 IN ACCIDENT ador Sir Henry Brartshaw Mack ' standard to choose from. > requested assistance from the r.xiure list before the meeting Rdward Taut, a 17-year-old British Government to hasten w,lh Oxford at Rye on March mechanic of Jnckman. St. negotintions As a result the *"— 2l include* matches with Si Michael was involved in an government sent two officials George's Hill. Royal Worlington. accident with a motor car on from the treasury and board of Walton Heath. Worplesdon. West Wcstbury Ro;d about 930 a.m. trade with late instructions. ,l and Berkshire. !• was treated al the The present talks regarding the faddy lime, winner Hospital for n rut on his foreterris of a trade and payments head. %  M I to MOCOad the one expiring At the time of the Incident laf! summer were initialed in TaJtl was riding a bicycle. n .i July Differences hetween Ihe two sides however were at FULL FROM MCTffOU %  -t so wide that progresa 'owardi nn ngreem"nt was exWimton Carter of Carringtnn Iremely slow Village, S". Michael. .irl.iiiie ft lost yoar and n few this year Returning were: Arthur ApplcFreiich Frotosl \''.mission Of Spain T-•! dnv.. chip. I tMtlt. 4. 11 <5II idi 1 ult S. II 'in >d> • S-lion. I putU 3 11 iSU yndi 1 dlrva. 1 putt, ]. 14 it. • i{' • iii artvas a-iro. s puiu 4 in |H< vdi.i airon >ard pull 1. II drivr o*d(* ion pull 1. IS i*W yd. i tStm *-iio. l puiu 4--a*Mai st. •v."MARt-H "HlHtair* OVtHTfWE-oarrmiBtaXsjCTsOM -MflrMtkmi MrffiartM'' INTtCHMIXZO -rrom lh* i "Cavallrra MuMlrana" •Um 'W.UT MuMr TWO nr< ra Mjmn i IM mm II.m ,., pnrtl ai-Mh. Kua*. MTDITATION "Thin .•••> %  I ORATOHIO Tli* Hr.miH -r* IPIIII. Hd HYMNS • A M IVBIM mv wul ihe Kir* Ti l-.ru !• nn SI OOD SAW TUB SjVKBM rheylt Dp It E ve | mm % % %  .JTO'.'.BEI\R> PUT AWAY A Pl<3 VIAL. JUST BEFORE HE TOOK OFF C-4 HIS CfSS-COUNTRy FU6HT — %  IV. (iinm y HalloJ ..% %  — --;.--.-;; %  —, SO VJUO ACTS SERVED PWST, Fty.CTICAuy AS SCO-J AS THE PLAHE LEAVES THE SKOyJC ?CURP!) STD\V3EKKy,C= CUSS.' VIM nvuhw KM l'mlcw (Mmn>r.-< BTICf batn • baO< and M rv(T j h*n. 4>Wf iMta >'* indj < • %  % ..%  : .1. '..:.:.:. (uticura OINTMENT' B.W.I. B.W.I eaNABlAN III VilM, OIL IM /./.I I III.MI.SI IN THK MAIL UY NEXT SATURDAY'. 22NI) \OVKMBi:lt. I9S2 WHEN THE CONTEST CLOSES %  OOSafl 4 HOWE I.TK. FOR NORTHROP & I.YMAN CO.. LTD. v\n m: KBPUES GO TO THE HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. for BAI.ATA NOVELTIES STEEL BANDS COCONUT TREES DONKEY CARTS FRUIT SELLERS MAUBY SELLERS WOODEN NOVELTIES .'.'OATS SELLER WOMEN DONKEYS S3.no \M 1.92 lb <)6 $1.20 72 1.44 mr '-l,.!,!,,,, ;,,,,,,, %  „,... v „ ,,,„. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad St. woww w in iit u WA*w*M's,v.:w.:v.y Colgate Chlorophyll Toothpaste DESTROYS BAD BREATH lltstaMttftl In *• iDsMth. Police Band At Esplanade By the kind permission of ColoPARIS, Nov 15. Tho lively political debate over Spain's candidature for tho United whalte. Joseph Ltaaoombe. Juntos Nations Bducatlonal. Sri* ntnir ,,,-..i Karnes. John BelBrave. flliwr ''l'ur-1 Org.n.iatlons wjrvivllest. Edwin lliiynes. Joseph Al"* S'urday with iu rrrmn leynt. lUlpb Bu h-ll. Joseph gl protesting her adm.HSion Stephen llelgrave nnd ?. he ^neral tconference of 58 inaJoscph King-. '^ m n *;h. 1c ceoUnued debate llv tn klmi |(inlllfMon of C oio,n 1 1 1 yea / p U.N.E.SC.O rnx>rt nf R< ^ M (hllm o.B K. Com ; Th. Hiaiorny mere saiisdrd i"t plans lor the future misMoner of Police the i'nliic with conditions in the USA The drive against the global g^ 0 ond ledIbv Sat V Archand hoped lo be able to return Ageno's budget developed amon K S?lI icndcl the f*mwin or" at -me future date. Ifftl delegations led by Hrit.in B r i mme n 0 i r m usrc a? the Day St Edwin Hnynes who worked In and Australia The first open Cfc p !a nade this .Mning beginnitn, said thot in his case warning of tlufight over a t 4 45 D m ttanl Wr renr unsuitable UNESCO's builgel tentatively Mrdid not like the food and t at 19,014.866 for 1953 and accom.r.cdalion was also very $10,776,440 came Frida> from IlrllbM aln's Minister of Education M.S.* James Barnes, a worker from Florence Horsburgh She said Milwaukee, said that he enjoyed her delegaUon had been Insnrnetvcry much his stay In the USA ed to "look critically"' at tho I: ... %  Howe i to rook ( % %  himI'N DEACO pt 'r.niiii, lud BUd • elf :ind he could choosr wher get The Australn n .Irlegate ever he liked to live. claimed that U.N.E.S.C.O hod exOther workers from Wisconsin landed itr staff initeaO of reduedtiagrccd with Haynes They said ing it in time of financial stress. th:it they were well treated l'i* r^P^J Hf >^r A ssssfiDaossflLKl %  %  i. Nara Is Iha'taagla pewar of 4ssBMa)kjyR to destroy had braatb orltciruiliu? ia Ilia mouth I Colgate Chlorophyll Toothpaste in moat osaaa acts quickly . acts IMoroughly.. .nod the purify ing net inn UuU for hours' Keeps your brratb sweat and fnssh lunger! FIBHTS TOOTH DECAY! Kvery time JOB an Collate Chlorophyll TWhpasta —•specially nght a/U* anlinrynu act nfalnat tho J as Uu ctivB ackla (hat ara a cauas of tooth daosy . anuaUy kelp re* *-rd tbair formation: CHECKS COMMON GUM DISORDERS! Now! Tho FuH Benefits of o Chlorophyll' Toothpaste in o New, Exclusive Colgate Formula! IVI LITTLE EXTRAS . YOC LOOK for them in a Custom-Tailored SI'DT ... fine materials . qaallty linings . rasv drape and fit. WE HAVE a wide rholee of ODBSBSBS, CeillsMI and Itraign* M\ m TROPICAL and heavier I weights. i WON'T VOr COMf In Uti loik around ? *" r n n BSV^f X A MAFFEI I ^5 SUIT ? MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. New Colgate buna* *ou %  ondar>orkis chaxopLvU ka lha Rnfart ohtorosthyU loolhpaata that 14 yaara of • %  partaBoa tan ctaata . ColgaW Chlofophyll Toothpaatal Nalura 1-ra.lf mak. .Uorophyll aad puU It In all grseo plaaU to •nablo them to live and grow. But acianotrnuittmakdown thai nat lira) GhlorophyUaalo a uaabW, rfTi cUvaformtiaalrr-atWuWi'cA/aroj^ySB)— before It can help you •fainat bad braatb, loolb daaay. BSlSaBsoa gum disonlara. TL 11' wliv "•>!>" ri|*Tirnrai ajxl skill in rraatma u n>ltuva formula k uapon.oii lo you. Ia Colgaia t'liloT<>i>l)v'.l Tooihpaala you gl ihe hanaflta of I hoar wat*r•olubla .-Klor.'phvUim In a aafa, la-aa-al farm! for *ni Wp %  (.in.i had braath i"i|i".iiiatg %  > dtp mouth . comMann giun dianrnVra . tool Ii Vcay ... law ColgaW Ct^ueopbyll TootD tp aata aftar oaiing. Il'a the fi-r* faroropVv/. foolapaif* I la. wiarlar* larajaat makar tif quably l' ntifrioaa* can produce! Taala ohow ehlorophvll promoiad healthy gum llaaueo. Now ColraU* Cl>l->ni|)li)llTa*iill ic help you car* for sore, lender guma. NEW GREEN TOOTHPASTC Tested and Guaranteed bv COLGATE! GIANT SIZE — 79e LARGE SIZE — 47c. YOU LOOK YOUR BEST YOU FEEL YOUR BEST AM> THE PRICE YOU PAV IS THE PRICE ITS WORTH "Top Scores In Tailorine" P.C.S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD. Variely too...! A whole thrilling shopful of Xmns ideas. f.ir yoti. Sir!... for ynu, Madam! And very definitely for ymi. Kiddies' K. R. HUNTE & CO., LTD LOWER BROAD STREET Ph 5136 ManeSoan <;ifl Typr\iri.ciI'omh & Brush Sols Walckaa & chinn Elprtriral Appli TONS' — Toys! — T...-' fin OJi&s — £co/tomiAe . USE . BOWRANITE wTicoititosm: P\I\T The Relentless Enemy of Rust The Proved Protector ol Iron and Steel QOH FARTHEST -:LASTS LONGEST One Ration will caver 700—1,000 sq. feet, one coat. Stocked In KF.L>. OFIFY, BLACK m tin, ol imperial I THONG 44.",B AGENTS: WILKINSON & HAYNES CO LTD. >>aaaaii n a<,aaaa iiii ii iii iiii i fi i m



PAGE 1

ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS, NOVEMBER 1*. 19M PRICE : SIX CENTS B.T.C. AUTUMN RACE MEETING ENDS Gen. Clark Columbus Wins Sweep: Asks far More Holder Of Ticket \o. l/c/,/ Wa SS 2161 Gets $33,280 MIAMIIO\ IIOHM CHICAGO, Nov. 15. Chicago Ham Times sand on Saturday that Central Mark Clark has asked for three or four more i.r:ik'd SUU'< divisions to prepare ;i new major offensive in Korea. f in the despatch signed u> Frederick Kyh. the newapapei said Clark, Commander-in-Chief in the Far East, requested addi' tlonal forces from the Defer: partment It said "according to reliable source* he made n clciu i that his arm la to prepar* new major offensive asaaMt the | Chinese and North Korean Communists. KM d prelude to his nroooaal Clark told recent An.' In Tokyo that he belfctVM the staiemutc in Komi is severely damaging United Stale* oreMiee. Clark, it ts understood. In*< put the same request to President ] elect Eisenhower, when he later visits Korea I -.Thow.-r would than |. | with an extreme) v awkward deI isinn. On the one hand he I'urtomed to fighting and winning j war the tough way. Clark's pi ns would rormally anpeal to thai Unoulse. On the other hand | howerV .speeches In the recent elMttor campaign stressed the, need to reduce thnuirbcof Arrwrlcn troons in Knrr-n. Th-.t i" why the Pnatdenl el*t cmr.Vi*lie-* his orolec' to train more South Korean* who would re pjarw AMled soldiers. Th m Hid OvV raoviMl me* son." support "in h>h places %  Pn1 m inrl'idi'" th i* %  < th'i>* %  --* tnr>rx>*ed to dtocual the .-n•• ...,ib %  <•!• %  • %  %  o'SiHi. i.fallaal i t.^la. f IM n.. \l„ I MS I U lbs was again BsM the large).t ling. West Indians Will Gel Work In Florida Sir George Seel To He Chairmen W.L Conference A negotiating ilttif of th. Hoard ha* had The biggest upset foi III till VT0ffttalB| H over nine furlong? which *H %  wn t.y Mi S A Hl.irn hctle's Old b 13 fillv F.tvlady The i\.ii-mutuel paid M.BO to I win and the Forecast paid $184.80 on UM nratedj-Pvppar Wine combination. Th. Field-Sweep abas ptid some I gnoo prizes having re chert th.' 1(1,000 mark on one occasion and the *00.00 mark on th %  SI,000 m >rk eil m the last race of the Meet %  i H mdlcM Six Win* Ci Mfu] 0*Ao* fur the meeting was Mr F | I With six wins. He incident ll\ headed the lit of trniners with •even wins to his credit Hon'sV V C. Rale and Mr J T. Fletcher tnlnad rour winners em-h while ihe most su-eful Jeofces ara| Yvonet wdh Big wins. Frank O'Neil rime rcxt with The Police R.>nd po'*'unities of work during ihe been taken down by D mc< un;: ind the rhatnnana.np -l) 1 ***?"}: „ who h a reduced the lead held rwnj the 'our memt. It !• probtJWe that the numlwra by Ihe rest nf 1hHeld. • CommaMOOJ**"f*tt ?* %  Un * States will There were some qua* exNetherlands, the 'c inaufnci.nt to meet the full rechanges of positions a: I um and the UnlUM 'H'.remeiiLN of ih, Honda growand coming into the home era and this may well giv.opporatfOtch, Twinkle ,h„!i.nged Blue The ilrst aaOBlOg, of the Con, •" > t* ">• I took over mid way ferenc* M .' livid in Barbados fn : IM1 uiMer the chairmanship of itv b.. Htj Frank Btodbl i tiiiil %  a turn of a British .-i Br.tsM lulrrni ll. The foil .vi lg Ofnoei i nf ihe Ceve' • Welfar-tnfT • On Page 16 te %  %  Hori i Students In Cairo Riot Announcement On I!-llomb Expected WASHINGTON. Nov 15. [nfo, nod aouro ai s^id offtci nmtlrin^'.iMi of history's lii hyi.rogni iKimb explosion i: pecttd shortly — porhapi I>residni Truman ly c lii.miiivst Tho iiimonslralion* ended with rival f Lieut. Colonel OaaaaJ Abdel Nasser, key member ><'. the army headqunlegated by Premier Mohammed —II'. CAIKO. Nov. IS. Ifioting broke out among scvera i Cairo University student congregating for Martyr's Das were reported m)iin.i. The hght started when a Moslem Brotherhood raemb-r Haasan Don UjrUag that Bfypuaiai who fought m Palrat estine agrflitil the Jtw& and in Hit "• Canal Zone against ihe British i %  aii open war % *t on "Red Communism Energy torndred Communmt youths rottod In mission dee. not do u (irst reply no re etionau %• no FaaThe souicc sugK-,tcd that Mr C |„. wt demand the rel. DTruman mur wta Tuwdaya rol of ^micai meeting with President-elect B0i ahoo ihe occasion for the anticipated announcement. Many in this .it Fniwetok proving |TOU UB H I Pol illc already hav; reported in NugXiih t0 -tlend the cr nm c. letters home that an H-bomb ''** h h .. _, h ,. r.ovemmem was detonated on or .i Novemh r 1st. Ever s.nce the first of thev lofters wapublished in 'Los Angeles Daily" %  we*' has been under ircmenoous pro*-j sure (o say something. So far it j has refused, relying on the past custom of issuing announcements I about Ei.iwitok testonly th %  tests were concluded. As sorr.f official obscroi this autumn's test series are now bock home, it may be inferred that operation. %  !* %  OVW Mad lhal oxocufl minent— U.F. 44 Servicemen Die In Crash TOKXCX N"v. U I Far E.st Air Forces a,d servicemen most of them n ing from rest leave in Janji kill-d when .• I'.S. Air Pttroa C 119 "FlyiiiR Boxcar" crasi.r. a mountain near Seni:l T^ne '.win engined plane ran into the 2.000 foot mountui Mrday only a few minut.from its destination, an airport m the Saoul area. A ground mid there were %  The toll was the largest in any military pi...-. the Korean war started. Thirty seven of those aboard wore military personnel returning to the war Zone after a five day : rest and rehabilitation KaBW Japan. The other seven were I crewmen. -U.F. 'hstretch to Unttfa llrst and egirter her second win of the %  Pn Prix who hn.l eomo from rushed through %  Ii at A On Page 4 Vietminlis Renew Attacks HANOI. Indo-China. Nov. 15. Communist-led rebels opened a' 'third front" in the rapidly expanding Indo-China war with hree bloody but agaMoaaoafiii attacks against Hungyen, 28 miles %  unilheast of Hanoi. The French and native garrison < in the lower Ited Itiver to.vn m.nsged to beat back screaming Vtetniiih attackers with artillery and mortar before they re.i i boroad win < nlaiipann at BBwn'i outskirts. Losses on both aides were undisclosed There were mounting indications that Frcneh t.tnk raiders. | who pierced 43 milrs thrmigh Vielminh lines norihwetl of Hanoi towards their Hed River fortress uf | Yenhay may lie jrepanng to pull • I F. UNITKD NATIONS, Nov. 15. THE UNITED STATES declared to-dav that it was "seriously concerned" over ihe racial conflicts in South Afnca rid favoured a fulLdisruraion on the issue Charles A. Sprasu*.; "... m* at a special Political .Camrruttor said ihe United Shite* would oppose a move by the Union of South Africa lo declare that the United Nations are not competent evon to consider" charges that M of Indiah origin are beiiiH diseriniinaled. James Street Harvest Festival Ths Harvest Faattvsl Her Vices Of the J.me fltre.-i HuUiodi t Ciurch ari to he h-ld today, Sunday, No*. 16th The morning sarvice tn .1 ut!l be broadcast will commence at 11 a.sn. and the preacher will be the Rev. K. E Tower-. B A h II In tha afternoon at I p.m Uiere will he a Harve*t DtinooitraUon. "The Things EasenUal'* and alto n prenltlon ceremony nf Flower Basket*. The eve nlng service at 7 p.m will )>e conducted by the Rev. Tower* On Mo.ioay evening at 7 30 p in there Will be a repetition nf the song service "The Tknig< Essential" together Witt) other lUmo. Ton are cordially invited to %  teams] JJ taoat %  arvlai. DETAINS FLYWEIGHT CHAMPiONSHiP TOKYO Vov. is. t fifteen %  %  Marino to-night to retain the' world BFWOtafal 1K>\ :., ploruf-ip. i t'.F. i in \ in II i\ mi HOMi: sunn II Till KIII.O or MORSFS aa Usej bunched ui the heane stretch "Fluffi Huflli-.". Mr. J. R. Edwards' bar flll>, eventoall* woo b* towards -Taoor" aeeood. n the November Handicap, half a l-ngth. with Mr. at. D. Hlaid 'we do not feel therr •on lo any lasting solution for racial pn Mems short of full par* iclpaiion of all races in the life >f a nation. Yesterday we heard vi eUiTjuent delea!e ..i I %  end from our Declaration of Indepondeaei l hat was and Is a .charter of our liberty." Spragut said the United State* I has "grnv. i ,rrnlnn the uaflia and Paktstati to set %  up a 'G>c.i Olflees' Commission |'II .study the South African raco roolern %  tal I %  %  i tnrnlaalon would not be j.i "pra"tical means of ulng our nfluooce." i The United States strongly (avours the "proposal ofTered by Iceland. Denmark. Sweden and j Norway which would rail upon jail, member Stales to bring iheir policies Into eonformlty with (heir lihliKnbon under the charter lo mi %  te the nl.scrvancc of human f ;i!.'!:ui.enl.il fret doms —U*. English Girl Shot In Kenya NAIROBI, Kenya. Nov. 1. AuahoritaM laid an English K.rl was shot und wounded in tUe with ihrec Alt ...i Ught creeping out IrODRI of a home where :he aval vlalUBJ m Nycn. Miss Barbara Barclay, 21, shot i"i.idei rushed to her l I i>ers of the fam ly In the housi 'lso seized iirearms and opened | lira at the fleeing Ad .. daughter of Huah Bar.rla.. well known British farmer of .Mi fining..! near Nakuru was tjken to hospital and was reu> he comfortable. I ho was staying with the family of Charles M. Fe,nan dot Secretary of the Kenya Ro.al Agricultural Society. —u.r. Antigua Celebrates Prince'* Hirthday 'riom fn\i rrwn *• nvapqucirnit ANTIGUA I'tince Charles' birthday. 14th N\ %  mhcr. was celebrated by a public holiday. A "dockyard re|OW' wiih a magnificent historic soffanl i n ored by ttS-K-M-IV ,f Rnglish Harbour was nan nf the day %  % % %  %  peopti ourneyed to Nelson's Dockyard hoy taw the peiind of ladies, genUemen and i the lfHh century. V Iscn himself wag portrayed in throeacaneo In his late I v tailed Antigua, secondly his meeting with I.v1\ Hamilton and thirdly Neb.*. leaving his dockyard in 1*05 for of Tvafalgar. %  .'ist time in history %  boat the Retreat at the dPchy ar d grounds In the C ro aenco of His KxceUency and u dy gUackburne. 300 Dollar HO1IVM. I Iiunudlu London Aliporl waa ,|eed :'in>iifhnul the nlghl -vr. I Democrats Broke Promise Mr. Dewev^*r*3iUc3t Cabinet Post Presidenf-eltH-t Kisenh rule in tic l()rlhc('nlln^ AiliiunisiiiiiK n after a lengt B Dowoj ol N. m Y..rk. [Mirlanl %  or Thomas A Tru<> And txart History |..d., on piae mnih. .hdvjcale besins Mrlalku. lion of Ike Bl-tl MiaUrv er. OrlblM a/ UIK rsiano — K i hard Llgan's "Trise *nd I \.n lli.ir. of ih isiinrl of Barbados. The serlallmatluii af a hlsI *| published as long ago as liS7 la %  r-lher unu<.ul %  tep for a nruspaper l like, but we believe that • h* r-ubllr uf B.rbado* is anloas la knnu the hislot) uf II-. .HI. id Hal .i.„ I.latan his nai been r 'pruned for over iwu hui.died and liH* goafg few 11,. ,<. duns ha\e had Ihe |iaerlunltv lo read Ihls buok To make It easier fur Ihe modern reader lo read Ugoaft Hi which u %  un %  11> wrlllen In somewail outdated i II ii %  Mr. I. II i.ilInmodernised ih.spellli.a .xiept wherr iillilnha ll would spell the %  1I.-I ol errt.in paaaages I i Mr %  Ipency of %  ..: %  The eunfereii• Ute yesterday, led M hower's four remaining days here dear of any announced top vVashln K lon Tuer-.i Mr Truman and Cabinet members %  four hours at hi•eat with H [Hililic.ni %  | 1,10 playod %  larta irlnatni rtorninatHii leef Mr Eisenhower aald nfleiw ; .rds tli.it he found Mr "availability" as advisor bt .|. %  tun more than gratlf! r.ie." # In disclosing Ihe |>art lhal Mr llrwey hsri agreed to tat Kisenhnwer Admintstr. %  lOOt imph kj l v.t the U S spent 42.O00.fi00.0IHl m Kurope —u.r, PO| I '-Of SI'AIN. Nov. 15 Thi Legislative Coumil iftei .iting for several hours. i N by Honourable T. U ll il r.ler calling for the removal of i !•' William Savory. from his office on i it Adoptkd was the amendment b) Honourabla Roy Joseph. Minister ol Kdueatinn and Sncinl Serviee i hie* tiui |ht i i % %  hitvtni Donftdeivo in "tin m| i if iot|iartiaMv ..I Mi n.e sp^.kei who vewofad in. 0 .1 III favoui of his deputy h \ tlford Slnanan and ddsiri :!" afobabl was applaude< majority of ll elun ll a unplooaanl dloi u (lie DWU H bj nlao ggraad to | t| n i months ui in %  %  %  I. blo A Fl Jamas, mrmliei | ing appointment of %  eon ii i the changes in ih %  %  • 'ui i %  . bora MI i i ment was tht had um elapsed for a test of th IMMi constitution. Jon* mont waa moved to ;. motio-i h> lion Itutler whi'li < i IConslitlltloi i elle. preeentai Besides rc-opct.i •an Mi KN. naowei Cacnnei choices ihe aanouncoment on Mr. Dewey's unovailabUlty for the cabinet opened g m •t .-iMiul-tion about the part he %  %  vill play in Republican polio lei r IOCH %  di.iwer tor Mr. Dew | u ie preI.TH-ele, ,'s .ijn" had innounced befoiehand P i ohoerar*! f<>rt)i< ., % %  ,,. %  n (! .,, K"rc„ would be broaehe.1 It was emphasized in advance h-l Mr. Dewey's advice would oacarn "peUcj Butten" rather ban details regarding this trip. One such "policy matter" subheavy speculative arag % %  qtieatloa of fon Ibb i H id prisoners in Korea. Dip','" '' %  """' I hnvi riiinon will ask Mi Risenhow.-, %  i f \A'JO Qtm Reavh Defence Goah I.ISllON. .Nov. 14. Hattnoo a lew i,ek t. Paris lodaj af.e.I'oituiauese [hat what w found IT. Lasboa ore N A I < coul I %  •• Com%  lueh a spin", of %  •fortunl'i NATO mi %  ( full paj ta o g a f i have complele con6dCl.ee that the task assigned to the Portumii-e i IP.O.S. Council Say No One Good For Mayor PORT-Or-SI'AIN, Nov 15. I Hlggnt local news here this week has been the Inabilltv ol ih. Peri-of-Spam fity Council tc. •l*ct a Mayor lor the 1952-53 tarn The QeunU met tht% morn"g for the purpose of electing M.iw,, „nd Deputy but In the process of the election, attain aed every member includniK Ihe present Mayor of the 20-rnemb i body, who is willing to accept r'.< lure to choose .. | largely due to the fact that most or DM members with u foUowuig on the Council are deteiirnneu i "' the lily's chief CXreutiVe foi Uoa yar. This poses a legal question whether ihe Council can hold another meeting for Ihe election of m Mayor. The matter was adjourned to I %  order to obtain the legal opinion of Hon I,. C. Hannav for the Cor.sorat.on. %  I ;oi*hile. in accordance with the Corporation ordir.ane<\ thn Mayor remain. ,n office until successor is elected COUIK illgi George Cabral, of Portuguese descent continues to hold the office. There is considerable speculation In political circles whether he can continue *• the city's Mayor for the next six months because of the argument that the Council has made a decision to-day that nooe of IU members were fit and proper" to hold office and can only rescind IU own resolution within six months by unanimous vote at %  mooting at which not less than 5 osansbera are present. DEVONSHIRE Trade Rapraaental.y, I C. L. Glbb, Co .Ltd.. P.O. lo, U. .,d,.l„.n • %  rb.do.aw I


The Barbados advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00098964/03039
 Material Information
Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, November 16, 1952
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:03039
 Related Items
Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

Downloads
Full Text
ESTABLISHED 1895
BARBADOS, NOVEMBER 1*. 19M
PRICE : SIX CENTS
B.T.C. AUTUMN RACE MEETING ENDS
Gen. Clark Columbus Wins Sweep:
Asks far More Holder Of Ticket \o.
l/c/,/"Wa SS 2161 Gets $33,280
MIAMIIO\ IIOHM
CHICAGO, Nov. 15. !
Chicago Ham Times sand on Sat-
urday that Central Mark Clark
has asked for three or four more
i.r:ik'd SUU'< divisions to prepare
;i new major offensive in Korea. f
in the despatch signed u>
Frederick Kyh. the newapapei
said Clark, Commander-in-Chief
in the Far East, requested addi- '
tlonal forces from the Defer:
partment It said "according to '
reliable source* he made n clciu i
that his arm la to prepar* new '
major offensive asaaMt the |
Chinese and North Korean Com-
munists.
Km d prelude to his nroooaal
Clark told recent An.'
In Tokyo that he belfctVM the
staiemutc in Komi is severely
damaging United Stale* oreMiee.
Clark, it ts understood. In*<
put the same request to President ]
elect Eisenhower, when he later
visits Korea
I -.Thow.-r would than |. |
with an extreme) v awkward de- I
isinn. On the one hand he
I'urtomed to fighting and winning j
war the tough way. Clark's pi ns .
would rormally anpeal to thai Un-
oulse. On the other hand |
howerV .speeches In the recent
elMttor campaign stressed the,
need to reduce th- nuirbc- of
Arrwrlcn troons in Knrr-n. Th-.t
i" why the Pnatdenl el*t cm-
r.Vi*lie-* his orolec' to train more
South Korean* who would re
pjarw AMled soldiers.
Th- m Hid OvV raoviMl
me* son." support "in h>h places
Pn1 m inrl'idi'" th i* < th<-
Tienutv D"*e"*n Scrret- William
f r ' m.....*'r- <* -h.....ml
Cbl fs nt S'nff it Hid. ihe latter l
i"->'i>* --* tnr>rx>*ed to dtocual the
.-n- ...,ib - H"-''- i (..
ir:gtn*ni r*i viu.i!.p.
MISS ROSEMARY BOON'S brown c*... _o......0.
unbeaten to win the Bin Sweep as the Barbados Turf Club
four-day Autumn Meeting ended at the Garrison Savamuh
yesterday afternoon.
The three-year-old colt brings to the lucky holder of
Ticket No SS 2161 the sum <.( $33,280.00.
Results AI
A Glance
' ... iMais*-.
laa". (alaatka,
Ilru "r.i
laeBs tii'
Mult,,
I i- \< ,
!- Sr-i.,-,
*t.( oar* oa.it,.
rim m\>
i.fallaal i t.^la. ,
f im n..
\l
I MS I
U
lbs
was again BsM
- the large).t
ling.
West Indians
Will Gel Work
In Florida
Sir George Seel
To He Chairmen
W.L Conference
A negotiating
ilttif of th.
Hoard ha* had
The biggest upset foi
III till VT0ffttalB| H
, over nine furlong? which *H
wn t.y Mi S A Hl.irn hctle's
Old b 13 fillv F.tvlady
The i\.ii-mutuel paid M.BO to
I win and the Forecast paid $184.80
on Um nratedj-Pvppar Wine
combination.
Th. Field-Sweep abas ptid some .
I gnoo prizes having re chert th.'
1(1,000 mark on one occasion and
the *00.00 mark on th
SI,000 m >rk
eil m the last race of the Meet "
i h mdlcM
Six Win* '
. Ci Mfu] 0*Ao* fur the
meeting was Mr F | I
With six wins. He incident ll\
headed the lit of trniners with
even wins to his credit Hon'sV
V C. Rale and Mr J T. Fletcher
tnlnad rour winners em-h while
ihe most su-eful Jeofces ara|
Yvonet wdh Big wins. Frank
O'Neil rime rcxt with
The Police R.>nd C. E. Rsison was acuin in atlOTMf-
ance and rendered some livelv ,'
TWTNTVSMilM) RACK
'ravrsrnrf Handicap
Eight horse* out of I
field of 18 head
liss ItOSIMARV BOON leading H Colombo. (Jaehri Fraak
O'NmI upi gftai wtnaina the Roekley ll.iullr.p over nine fue-
longs. ( ul'imbua raced unbeaten st the B T.C. Akstunui Mf I u
*!! l*-e hir *Wep.
L.S. Concerned Over Racial
&S3&B&E&J Conflicts In South Africa
carried the top weight of 133 lbs.
while Poplin. Joan Star and
Wonderful each carried 2. 3 and
5!h overweight icpcclively.
Dynamite (Blades upl was Wi
flatfootcd when the g.de flew.
mil Holder pushed Blue Grass to
the foir. Twinkle, Poplin arMj
i British
CamnlttM
S.r Goort* Setl, K.C.M.U.,' with a view to arranging terin-
Complioiler lor Development and under which British West Indies
Welfare and Brush Co-Chair- workers will In- employed in cit-
raan o.1 ihe Caribbean Commis- tus and olhcr crops in Flond.i
sion, v. ill 1*1*1 Barbados on during the next few months
November 21 for Montego Bay,.
Jamaica, where he is to net M| MutunlK .irrange-
Chairmun of the Fifth Session of (m*1*' havg bfl r. ogrc-d and aa
ihe West Indian Conrcrencc and-" """ '"^ nujnbfr* of work-
attend tne Fifteenth Meeting of 'w* "* tn,ilny.-d m v Hi. .< .nd r.lhmcil in ths:
ihe CaribOtan Commiaaion. under '" tne UOItoS btates of Am-rtcn ""ler up to Ihe four when Blue
fftMM gUMtOM jeMions nre held. patriated at the conclusion of Going past the three, Poplin
The Conference moots ev.i. ,l'r Ptootnt contract' will have now traded in the roar, having
two yoan; and '"e place l>po'*'unities of work during ihe been taken down by D
mc< un;: ind the rhatnnana.np -l)1" ***?"}: who h*a reduced the lead held
rwnj the 'our memt. It ! probtJWe that the numlwra by Ihe rest nf 1h- Held.
CommaMOO- J**"f*tt ?* Un* States will There were some qua* ex-
Netherlands, the 'c inaufnci.nt to meet the full re- changes of positions a: I
um and the UnlUM 'H'.remeiiLN of ih, Honda grow- and coming into the home
era and this may well giv.- oppor- atfOtch, Twinkle ,h!i.nged Blue
The ilrst aaOBlOg, of the Con- ,",>, t* "> I took over mid way
ferenc* M .' livid in Barbados fn :
IM1 uiMer the chairmanship of
itv b.. Htj Frank Btodbl.....i
tiiiil a turn of a
British .-i Br.tsM
lulrrni ll.
The foil .vi lg Ofnoei i nf ihe
Ceve' Welfar- -tnfT
On Page 16
te

Hori i

Students In
Cairo Riot
Announcement
On I!-llomb
Expected
WASHINGTON. Nov 15.
[nfo, nod aouroai s^id offtci
nmtlrin^'.iMi of history's lii
hyi.rogni iKimb explosion i:
pecttd shortly porhapi
I>residni Truman
ly c lii.miiivst
Tho iiimonslralion* ended with
rival f Lieut. Colonel
OaaaaJ Abdel Nasser, key member
><'. the army headqunle-
gated by Premier Mohammed
II'.
CAIKO. Nov. IS.
Ifioting broke out among scvera
i Cairo University student
congregating for Martyr's Das
were reported m)iin.i.
The hght started when a Moslem
Brotherhood raemb-r Haasan Don
UjrUag that
Bfypuaiai who fought m Pal-
rat estine agrflitil the Jtw& and in Hit
" Canal Zone against ihe British
i ! aii open war
%*t on "Red Communism '
Energy torn- dred Communmt youths rottod In
mission dee. not do u (irst reply no re etionau % no Faa-
The souicc sugK-,tcd that Mr C|. wt demand the rel.
DTruman mur wta Tuwdaya rol of ^micai ,
meeting with President-elect B0-
i ahoo ihe occasion for the an-
ticipated announcement. Many
in this
.it Fniwe-
tok proving |TOU UB H I Pol
illc already hav; reported in NugXiih t0 -tlend the cr.nmc.
letters home that an H-bomb ''**h"h .. _, ,h,. r.ovemmem
was detonated on or .i
Novemh r 1st.
Ever s.nce the first of thev lof-
ters wa- published in 'Los An-
geles Daily" we*' '
has been under ircmenoous pro*-j
sure (o say something. So far it j
has refused, relying on the past
custom of issuing announcements I
about Ei.iwitok test- only
th tests were concluded.
As sorr.f official obscroi
this autumn's test series are now
bock home, it may be inferred that
operation. !* OVW Mad lhal
oxocufl
minent U.F.
44 Servicemen
Die In Crash
TOKXCX N"v. U I
Far E.st Air Forces a,d
servicemen most of them n
ing from rest leave in Janji
kill-d when . I'.S. Air Pttroa C
119 "FlyiiiR Boxcar" crasi.r.
a mountain near Seni:l
T^ne '.win engined plane ran
into the 2.000 foot mountui
Mrday only a few minut.-
from its destination, an airport m
the Saoul area. A ground
mid there were
The toll was the largest in any ,
military pi...-. the
Korean war started.
Thirty seven of those aboard
wore military personnel returning
to the war Zone after a five day :
rest and rehabilitation KaBW
Japan. The other seven were I
crewmen.
-U.F.
'h- stretch to Unttfa llrst and
egirter her second win of the

Pn Prix who hn.l eomo from
. rushed through
. Ii at
A On Page 4
Vietminlis
Renew Attacks
HANOI. Indo-China. Nov. 15.
Communist-led rebels opened a'
'third front" in the rapidly ex-
panding Indo-China war with
hree bloody but agaMoaaoafiii
attacks against Hungyen, 28 miles '
unilheast of Hanoi.
The French and native garrison <
in the lower Ited Itiver to.vn m.n-
sged to beat back screaming Vtet-
niiih attackers with artillery and
mortar before they re.i i
boroad win < nlaiipann at
BBwn'i outskirts. Losses on both
aides were undisclosed
There were mounting indica-
tions that Frcneh t.tnk raiders. |
who pierced 43 milrs thrmigh Viel-
minh lines norihwetl of Hanoi to-
wards their Hed River fortress uf |
Yenhay may lie jrepanng to pull
I F.
UNITKD NATIONS, Nov. 15.
THE UNITED STATES declared to-dav that it was
"seriously concerned" over ihe racial conflicts in South
Afnca rid favoured a fulLdisruraion on the issue
Charles A. Sprasu*- .; "... m* at a special Political .Cam-
rruttor said ihe United Shite* would oppose a move by the
Union of South Africa lo declare that the United Nations
are not competent evon to consider" charges that M
of Indiah origin are beiiiH diseriniinaled.
James Street
Harvest
Festival
Ths Harvest Faattvsl Her
Vices Of the J.me fltre.-i
HuUiodi t Ciurch ari to he
h-ld today, Sunday, No*. 16th
The morning sarvice tn .1
ut!l be broadcast will com-
mence at 11 a.sn. and the
preacher will be the Rev. K. E
Tower-. B A h II In tha
afternoon at I p.m Uiere will
he a Harve*t DtinooitraUon.
"The Things EasenUal'* and
alto n prenltlon ceremony
nf Flower Basket*. The eve
nlng service at 7 p.m will )>e
conducted by the Rev. Tower*
On Mo.ioay evening at 7 30
p in there Will be a repetition
nf the song service "The
Tknig< Essential" together
Witt) other lUmo.
Ton are cordially invited to
teams] JJ taoat arvlai.
DETAINS FLYWEIGHT
CHAMPiONSHiP
TOKYO Vov. is. t
fifteen

Marino to-night to retain the'
world BFWOtafal 1k>\ :.,
ploruf-ip. i t'.F. i
in \ in ii i\ mi HOMi: sunn ii
Till KIII.O or MORSFS aa Usej bunched ui the heane stretch
"Fluffi Huflli-.". Mr. J. R. Edwards' bar flll>, eventoall* woo b*
towards -Taoor" aeeood.
n the November Handicap,
half a l-ngth. with Mr. at. D.
H- laid 'we do not feel therr
on lo any lasting solution for
racial pn Mems short of full par*
iclpaiion of all races in the life
>f a nation. Yesterday we heard
vi eUiTjuent delea!e ..i I
end from our Declaration of In-
depondeaei l hat was and Is a
.charter of our liberty."
Spragut said the United State*
I has "grnv. i ,rrnlnn the
uaflia and Paktstati to set
up a 'G>c.i Olflees' Commission
|'ii .study the South African raco
roolern tal I
i tnrnlaalon would not be
j.i "pra"tical means of ulng our
nfluooce."
i The United States strongly (a-
vours the "proposal ofTered by
, Iceland. Denmark. Sweden and
j Norway which would rail upon
jail, member Stales to bring iheir
policies Into eonformlty with (heir
lihliKnbon under the charter lo
mi te the nl.scrvancc of human
f ;i!.'!:ui.enl.il fret doms '
U*.
English Girl
Shot In Kenya
NAIROBI, Kenya. Nov. 1.
AuahoritaM laid an English
K.rl was shot und wounded in .
tUe with ihrec Alt ...i
Ught creeping out
- IrODRI of a home where
, :he aval vlalUBJ m Nycn.
Miss Barbara Barclay, 21, shot
i"i.idei rushed to her
l M at the intrude I aMa>
I i>ers of the fam ly In the housi
'lso seized iirearms and opened
| lira at the fleeing Ad ..
daughter of Huah Bar-
.rla.. well known British farmer of
.Mi fining..! near Nakuru was
tjken to hospital and was re-
u> he comfortable.
I ho was staying with the
family of Charles M. Fe,nan
dot Secretary of the Kenya
Ro.al Agricultural Society.
u.r.
Antigua Celebrates
Prince'* Hirthday
'riom fn\i rrwn * nvapqucirnit
ANTIGUA
I'tince Charles' birthday. 14th
N- \ mhcr. was celebrated by a
public holiday. A "dockyard re-
|OW' wiih a magnificent historic
soffanl i* n ored by tt- s-k-m-iv
,f Rnglish Harbour was
nan nf the day
''" peopti
ourneyed to Nelson's Dockyard
hoy taw the peiind
of ladies, genUemen and
i the lfHh century.
V Iscn himself wag portrayed
in throe- acaneo In his late
I v tailed
Antigua, secondly his meeting with
I.v1\ Hamilton and thirdly Neb.*.
leaving his dockyard in 1*05 for
' of Tvafalgar.
.'ist time in history
boat the Retreat at the
dPchyard grounds In the
Croaenco of His KxceUency and
u dy gUackburne.
300 Dollar
Ho1Ivm Doll Fancied
Hollywood: At the Um pTOTtow I
Of ChTiatn fgi Holly-
doll took
i was Mroaiina sun glasses
D Da en.il i ho "loll ||
l
'
rnmom t*a.
* < ,u.,ds und
viii hence-
Irtilh receive State aid
Sydney : Ninety-nine thnusarwi
rull grown cattle end *?,gaN
COlvoa ha*T died in the |
T.rritory drought, s*-
cordlng to ofrlci.il estlm
were worth more than 1.700.000
JeroMliisi: Any family with ten
children which settle* in [at .
Rod Sea oulptn.1 of F.ihit w.!
b given l'MW by the Lgl I
eiliniein.
Nr Vark: A ...i,, i n. .-un.,,
vurer has bought a thootn not
work TV programme eov um ii
cities S.000 mile gp it Into 18
BM itraa will sm .(
and shareholders i iiHt.,, t,
sales talk by the DStllpaj
Jog PB I. Kn twieh. an |
peaaa.
R naeoo: The BttTgM
ernment has decided to go into
n^aie |g
Fog Blankets
London
LONDON. Nov II .
A mirk wh.lr r..: hl.nkcu.i1
r^nidon ...tly l,l,,, raduolna U!-I
bllllj Ion lew yard! and forclni
""" I
of trie clly. foil m , ihi.k'
nomobUm
ihpnuh UiUimiium wlth nn.|
..-.,
Jren tried 10 nnrt ihrlr wt.
Kmly mortnng bu\ icrvlcei wrn-
k'lnvcd and < ommutrr IfaJU nH.
UI*. The log wan Ra
ll until .-arly in Ihe ejlii i,..,n.
It'*- a,i Mini*iry Mia Ihe foi i
wa cauml l.y a chanje i i. ,
perature, lack of wind Bad ........
hundred pat eaal I >. I
Iiunudlu
London Aliporl waa ,|eed
:'in>iifhnul the nlghl
_________ -vr. I
Democrats
Broke Promise
Mr. Dewev^*r*3iUc3t
Cabinet Post
Presidenf-eltH-t Kisenh
rule in tic l()rlhc('nlln^ -
AiliiunisiiiiiK n after a lengt
B Dowoj ol N. m Y..rk.
[Mirlanl
or Thomas
A Tru<> And
txart History
|..d., on piae mn- ih.
.hdvjcale besins Mrlalku.
lion of Ike Bl-tl MiaUrv er.
OrlblM a/ UiK rsiano
K i hard Llgan's "Trise *nd
I \.n lli.ir. of ih isiinrl
of Barbados.
The serlallmatluii af a hls-
I *| published as long ago
as liS7 la r-lher unu<.ul
tep for a nruspaper l
like, but we believe that
h* r-ubllr uf B.rbado* is
anloas la knnu the his-
lot) uf ii-. .hi.id Hal .i.
I.latan his nai been r 'prun-
ed for over iwu hui.died
and liH* goafg few 11,. ,<.
duns ha\e had Ihe |iaer-
lunltv lo read Ihls buok
To make It easier fur Ihe
modern reader lo read
Ugoaft Hi...... which u
un 11> wrlllen In some-
wail outdated i ii ii ! Mr.
I.ii i.il- In- modernised
ih.- spellli.a .xiept wherr
ii- llilnha ll would spell the
1I.-I ol errt.in paaaages
I i Mr

Ipency of

..:
The eunfereii-
Ute yesterday, led M
hower's four remaining days
here dear of any announced top
vVashlnK-
lon Tuer-.i
Mr Truman and Cabinet mem-
bers

four hours at hi-
eat with H [Hililic.ni |
1,10 playod ' larta
irlnatni rtorninatHii
leef
Mr Eisenhower aald nfleiw;.rds
tli.it he found Mr
"availability" as advisor bt .|.

tun more than gratlf!
r.ie." #
In disclosing Ihe |>art lhal Mr
llrwey hsri agreed to tat
Kisenhnwer Admintstr.
lOOt imph kj
l Dewoy hB ace?pt s Cgok
Sfaocolation
Speaker Given
Confidence \ote
MIAMI Fl .rid.
No
1). II.i.
13.
1
Brarillaii indtutrlbian .
- of the rtato .,i s.m
I'aulo ueuaod la. rn
ministration of failing u. keep
lir ini-e. |M Soulli An .
v..... Bragil will inke now hope
W th ih. advent of I'resi.ient-
ele.- . nli.mei !,. llanos,
wteb study of
U.S i leetinn pnx-edm* ...d
| i ft by aki
last nlilhl tor Briizil
\i- said the Truman admlnit-
i 'I nni even get started"
'n f"lflH rt pmn. s to Sooth
H< said 'the UUn-
i .-
iscd Mon.000.000 under Point
T.iur Pmtrommeji and half of
hut wa lo ito to Broall but the
Trunan .idmlnl-trniioii did not
lurled In kerpina I'm
r--nis> v.t the U S spent
42.O00.fi00.0IHl m Kurope -
u.r,
PO| I '-Of SI'AIN. Nov. 15
Thi Legislative Coumil iftei
* .iting for several hours.
i N by Honourable T. U ll
il r.ler calling for the removal of
i !' William Savory.
from his office on
i it Adopt-
kd was the amendment b)
Honourabla Roy Joseph. Minister
ol Kdueatinn and Sncinl Serviee
i hie* tiui |ht i i
hitvtni Donftdeivo in "tin
m| i if iot|iartiaMv ..I Mi
n.e sp^.kei who vewofad in.
0 .1 iii favoui of his deputy
h \ tlford Slnanan and
ddsiri :!" afobabl was applaude<
majority of ll
elun
ll a unplooaanl dloi u
(lie dwu H bj
nlao ggraad to | t| n i
months ui in
! I. blo A Fl
Jamas, mrmliei |
ing appointment of eon
ii i the changes in ih

'ui i .
bora mi i i
ment was tht
had um elapsed for a test of th
IMMi constitution. Jon*
mont waa moved to ;. motio-i h>
lion Itutler whi'li < i .
IConslitlltloi i elle. -
preeentai
Besides rc-opct.i
an Mi KN. naowei Cacnnei
choices ihe aanouncoment on
Mr. Dewey's unovailabUlty for
the cabinet opened g m
t .-iMiul-tion about the part he
vill play in Republican polio
lei r Ioch
.di.iwer
tor Mr. Dew | uie pre-
I.TH-ele, ,'s .ijn" had
innounced befoiehand
P i ohoerar*! f<>rt)i< .,,,. n,(! .,,
K"rc would be broaehe.1
It was emphasized in advance
h-l Mr. Dewey's advice would
oacarn "peUcj Butten" rather
ban details regarding this trip.
One such "policy matter" sub-
heavy speculative arag
! qtieatloa of fon Ibb i
* H id prisoners in Korea. Dip-
','" ''' """' I hnvi
riiinon will ask Mi Risenhow.-,

i f
\A'JO Qtm Reavh
Defence Goah
I.ISllON. .Nov. 14.
Hattnoo a
lew i,ek t. Paris lodaj af.e.-
I'oituiauese [hat what
w found it. Lasboa
ore N A I < coul I
Com-

' lueh a spin", of

fortunl'i nato mi
( full pajtaogafi .
have complele con6dCl.ee that the
task assigned to the Portumii-e
i I-
P.O.S. Council
Say No One
Good For Mayor
PORT-Or-SI'AIN, Nov 15. I
Hlggnt local news here this
week has been the Inabilltv ol ih.
Peri-of-Spam fity Council tc.
l*ct a Mayor lor the 1952-53
tarn The QeunU met tht% morn-
"g for the purpose of electing
M.iw,, nd Deputy but In the
process of the election, attain
aed every member includniK Ihe
present Mayor of the 20-rnemb i
body, who is willing to accept
r'.< lure to choose .. |
largely due to the fact that most
or DM members with u foUowuig
on the Council are deteiirnneu i .
"' the lily's chief CXreutiVe foi
Uoa yar. This poses a
legal question whether ihe Coun-
cil can hold another meeting for
Ihe election of m Mayor. The mat-
ter was adjourned to I
order to obtain the legal opinion
of Hon I,. C. Hannav
for the Cor.sorat.on.
I ;oi*hile. in accordance with
the Corporation ordir.ane<\ thn
Mayor remain. ,n office until .
successor is elected Couik illgi
George Cabral, of Portuguese des-
cent continues to hold the office.
There is considerable speculation
In political circles whether he can
continue * the city's Mayor for
the next six months because of
the argument that the Council
has made a decision to-day that
nooe of IU members were fit and
proper" to hold office and can only
rescind IU own resolution within
six months by unanimous vote at
mooting at which not less than
5 osansbera are present.
DEVONSHIRE
Trade Rapraaental.y, I C. L. Glbb, Co .Ltd..
P.O. lo, U. .,d,.l.n
rb.do.aw I


PAGE lttO
^mmmfa
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
s| Mill NOVEMBER 1. 1*K
The Only Pain believer
containing Vitamin B,
"" '"IM VI.A:, i VII I
ON< B. VwwiUly
oyexjuy d it the dufcrrnt* ii
"*WT Ye.ssPvnn.Cold,
< lull v/mptorm .. .
appear, and you'll led ever
much 'vn.t
MUEvl'. *OUH PAIN
and
MAX', TOU fU Wfctt
KEME PINI >2SiYJK! """"
colds, chills > LSTt!
ERA '?l>4 <"
I1.UMATIC (TO-DAY I That', ike
< ktHd M hrtirr, tool
YEAST-VITE
Mil WoodMdc Lawn Tenon
jmrnent wlU opae. ea-
Mar>
bottle*
You'll be mW bT il
(he speUpuf' bonlr >ad (A*4/1*/ b* the
L-ss.it* of dM. ne* nad pali.li I No nrd ti
worry about tpilLnx* A rtvolutunarv new
')cMri give. *ou [Irniy th* ttpMt hontebrttaKanvdamafcM
done to rov clothing or luniicuie'
Prn(nt.wMl-li>okiiic mas*, urn 11 hosstl
la* KBunonal Nad-Mumirc'' neck
meaium out n-ii-*.- kitl rats "gat .noufii
ol poli.ii to to*CT one nail petfcilil
New CUTEX Sail Poli.li cc*sfai 1 EmrwJoo,
the n.it*L!-.( ingredient. ojIwm asd
" othet pohihei? Aik to sat tbc
Mr(t. laih.on-njrht .hides t
P
I
A
Z
I ..* Mil'
J\(K A THE
HI ANKTALK"
l Kl" IN IH
HARM
Jan* l>VMl
..MAN NlVtJI-
sl 1 I H'.(> A
I *<-.. 1 SO
M M.I I
si i ip 1,1
a JunstIi
HI VI i. I T.I at
BRIDGETOWN
NOW PLAYING
.*..-. ... ft
, to T
Art Kin Hit'
RATON L-ASS"
Patnru
'
CothMP

I \IMIM, Ik'
, I lit l>. llll
.1 S-ltlNl
rttnri
v if am <
ICOaOAM MAVt)
hi-- l"ii"i>"
MionTE
Jitnei Harbet<(
ItQim PAVTON
in .i.
H...I
I till I I HHI M.I
PtrlNCC Or PEACE
(ton
.. ., i
Tt.ee. A Was). 4 1
11 JO 1 ii.
Ill I.I till
OR IMI
Ucorir liAI-1 A
ntortw .1 th.
IIOIIIII II
link I 'II
rtfTTKH
t ' A * |,
Who|
in
Ml I K (III. *-
tflKTIN
for STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial
COUGHS
not row evening at "Wo
Hay Street.
In their drive lo .<>ll*rt fund*
lor Christinas CkaxKie* Use
Irdies have o*janised a seiies of
tennis gams when some of the
test local players will take part.
Tomorrow evening "I*one;'''
Ewill mwt Denis Worna
Men'* Single* and the
follow ng evening Erie Tavi- r
nnd Dr. OMrii* Manning will
A eppO"!* O-irrpli Trlrnuighj
^Louis bi Hii:
Doubles.
Enroulv i'n &l. kill*
MR. and MRS. C. B. C CON-
NEU. and Mrv Connell's
sinter. MrW S. I). II Shaphrrd.
rriv-d from England ycerday
b> inn Geiflla. They arc pq routa
10 Si. KilU wnrre Mr. Conncll If
'niof Engineer. St Kitts Sugar
f ItjBBJ .
Mr gad \1r. Connell are-
returning from loog U'-iVf. M< 1
Shepherd who hrtd bein residing
n England for several vear* with
neither silAT Mr Wfdlake.
plans to lake up residence once
main in that colony.
VUiton
MR. R. MYER and HON.
MRS. MYERregular vim-
tors to BarbAdoswere among
the pAAACnger* .irriving from
England yesterday by the
OvWo,
Vtwmtng Sotitn rot n un.v
I' winter" they are guests at thr 1
Hotel Royal.
gcurib Qaltinq
HOODAl
I III tIKIi
I.IOBI
"PlMSt. riHAI
COLDS
THERE'S NOTHING
CURES AS SWIFTLY
AS
CANADA'S LARGEST
SELLING COUGH
AND COLD REMEDY
.in* dail>
Unda Daifll
Tail Hi *
Hum i>>i.v*
ISLAND Of .ooitMi^riirtAt
\IVI MI'KI.N
or CAM".
FABIAN
DESIRE
1 .' (lor)
t Thrill*'
Raw*
l't"< H*^_ *' '
OpMtnj rildav ifu!
a it m. 1 1 -,..
I ll-IM in
COMIN' ROUND
THL MOUNTAIN
SAMSON AND
DEXIAH
i it 11
011 t1>id
Oeaagi 1 1 .....I
THC GREEN
GLOVE
ROYAL
To-IMo >-o I
llnin'ul IMulH* I
.AIIPF-I
M BAGDAD
aHl
MADELEINE
torra*g
Eirol njmn
MlelWlaa. PkIU
* Tut^d.,
_ a A > IS
0<.table Atu.it,,,,
(;".rr Brvnt
Vra I
WtMlnradW A
Ttiuraaa* 4 A II1
pJjtani
Th. AruHt^- bMOTI
till ktAOH
Mof.d.1 A Tuda.
I K A :-i
DHIBto --
J.m Hull
Mania M m
(A
ill iiiii\ AMI
mr. roan
Mill ft
lIRtM.I
toxfjrim
Wrd. A Ttlllri
4 m /.
THAT NHIMT
HUH till
RIVm I \Tiy
BUCKLEY'S
MIXTURE
r .'"l'>77,Tiiirii MRMIH
-........oooot.i.....nga
lleii
GLOBE
TO-NKIHT Sin P.M. LAST SHOWS OF
OUICttl* (II l-IIKIIt riAl
I1AI.E IIOBEKTSON ANNK 11AXTEH
and
<> IS III I lilt IHAN l>IK-
I UUU BJZAHETH TAYLOR
III MOIIKIIH IMIINIIAVI A TI'ERDAT 111 A a Jo
(III VIM II 111 III! IHI/is
tcurroN WEBB.
so aMi>iio> vki
IIARIIY SULUVANAHI.ENI DAIII.
!>
^.-<
.-. mm 11 iV.ViV/iWttttVtf^AwAiAyA^'w:
use Palmolive Soap at Dotton advised
tor a Brighter, Fieiher Complexion I
0. .... .,. ., hkah, |M, ... ,. ,,,i.^
'*R...hJb<, kl >o^f *|t Oay .*,.. I.Mi leta eUi-Ji.ll. *M
.... ....,in, b.,,M- r.....hiMai iMe .,,., ....
2 '" "- 1111 M
A*-*-.-, -A. Wee, Mm.
ef
^ Fxrili'im>ni:
. AarpeaaM"
j llurdir !
at the EMPIRE THEATRE
I till A I2lh lire, ml.,,
when
J --.-\RBADOS PLAYERS present
-Till: IIIIHD VISITOR"
mtbei I loa,-mluuslv successful Thriller
the Duke ol Yurks Theatre. London
Produced by ANNETTE DANOAM
;. Cnn Yim Solve the Mvsterv?
C.'iiie und See !
THE ANNUAL
POPPY DANCE
Under the Patronage of The Acting Governor
and Mrs. Turner
will be held at
The MARINE HOTEL
Kindly loni by the Management
SATURDAY. NOVEMBEB 22ND
By kind permission ol Col. Mlchelln
THE POLICE BAND DANCE ORCHESTRA
Ball Room Tables may be raettrved.
"Phone Mm. I CONNELL. H7
LOOK!
SANTA offers
-vrn
inrlillliiifl tlfst- inir/liiiiirii/
TELEPHONES
IMSTOI.S
I'AKS
BOATS
DOLLS
S( ALES
PRAMS
Dancing 9 p.m. lo 2 a.m.
Admualon SI 00
(Ac Hiapimti ml--
The Corner
I^RSRlM
To Ifumlu,.:
KEN CASTON. od 25 of Sur-
..how father Is with the
Evening Standard's Advertising
:it. was an Intramit
piisacnger through Barbados yes-
terday by the Getflto. He is on
hi* way to Spanish Honduras to
join the United Fruit Company.
In 147'48. Ken was at Heading
University with John Sainl and
Ernest Moll of Barbados. Ken
was studying agriculture.
They were members of Read-
ing's rowing team and represent-
ed this university at one of Hen-
ley's annual regattas.
Old LortgP Boy
rjEFORE 21-year-old Charlie
O Alexander joins Com pant n
Aiucarera Dominica no, sugar
estate in the Dominican Repub-
lic he promised his father he
would visit hit "old school." He
was a passenger arriving from
En>U:in His old school Is l,odge
Cr.arlie left the Lodge School
In 1946, and shortly afterwards
went to study engineering at
Fletchers. Derbyshire He hf.-;
)UM got through the Higher Na-
tional Certificate m Mechanical
Enxineenng, which is a big step
towards the degree of A. M. I
Mech. E (Associate Member of
i the Institute of Mechanical En-
! gineers)
I He plans lo spend about five
days here before flying to British
Guiana to be with his father and
other relatives for Christmas
He leaves British Guiana early in
January 1B53 for Santo Domingo.
Engaged
THE eiiguge!i.eiu was .m
nounced last night between
, Mr Gerald Taylor, son of the Inte
Mr. Malcolm Taylor and Mrv
, Muriel Taylor of No. 10 Greamt
Hill Tnrace and Miss Audrey
Makaymec. daughter of Mr. and
, Mrs. John Maksymec of Wtnnipcc.
i Manitoba, Canada,
i Miss Maksymec is also a
graduate in arts of the University
of Manitoba.
Home After Holiday
MR. J. pAVEY of the Colonnade
Stores, accompanied by hi*
wife and two children who had
been in England for over three
months' holiday returned yester-
by the t.oii.to
ley are in residence at Pinr
Moravian Miniater
REV DUNCAN MOORE of
Sharon Moravian Church
. left yesterday for St. Kitts to at-
i tend a Meeting of the Board of
! Direfors to be heJd In that island
from Curiiran
H. ELLIS GALL, who (or the
past few years has been em-
il with Shell Oil Company of
returned to the Island
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A.
He will be staying with his rela-
tives at "Mayvtlle". Chelsea Road.
St. Michael.
He expects to spend a month
in the island before ielurrnnu to
C4IM1'
THE GARDEN-ST. JAMEKl
l .a.. A T*M>n
Mil Tnd.-\
\IMIS(. Illl t
Mil -I S-IIIM
. Motir.AN
THE BAOOAUE WAREHOUSE was crowded with visitors yesterday
-ftaruoou. Tltey cani to welcoatr frlsnd* and relatives who arrlyed
by Ue BS. -Uelflto".
Bested (loft to right) H*. Mrs Arthur oWerW, Mrs. Florsncs
Day-lb, Mi- K. L. Alone. Mr>>. Blca-rd Packer and Mrs. Geoffrey
ssBBseat.
Mr. Arthur Bkecte. Mr Neville Howell and Mr John Martui are
In the back groand.
InlraiiHit
THIN1DADS |
Police, Col. K. H. f i
II u by his v. fc and l*o
I'tililnii srssM iiiLransit passen-
gers lo Trinidad, by the GeHius
ygsrtardBy aflav four months'
holiday m Englnnd, spent mostly
in DsjieiL
MR. A. J. BEUX, who Is
attached to the C.I.D. de-
partment of the Trinidad Police
Force j Dm MtM
ship, He had been in England
for seven months on a triuning
course.
MRS. C1.F..MMIE HETTEN-
COURT GOMES of Georg -
town. British Guiana and lirr
d..ught(r Terry were intransit on
ilie GoHlte y.sterday. At, Trim-
dad they will change ships for
British Guiana.
Terry, who had been at ichoo'
a former student of the Ursuline
Convent. Collvrnorv Hock. This is
her first visit home in six year.;.
MR. PERCY KING, another
passenger for Georgetown
by the same ship had been in
England for nied.cal attention.
He is a brother of Mr. Joseph
King, formerly with Messrs.
Wm. Fogarty Ltd.. here and now
with their branch in Port-of-
Spain. Trinidad.
MR. WILNOT 11ADAWAY of
KiUH-'town. St Vin-nil w I
introns't home from Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.I.A.
Mr. Hadawnv -put ;ibout
I'irr-e weeks' holiday in Trlnid'i".
INTRANSIT passenger from
England by the Gcaflto yes-
lerday wiis Mr-. William l^m-
bert. whose husband Major
T.ambeii wsH former Private
hi S r Alfred Savage
when he was Governor of Bar-
hados. Mrs. Lambert's destination
i Trial lad .in ra 1m win join
' sons Cordon and
Michael.
Major I^mbert and their
flHuehtcr Pat. who are at present
in Eniliind. will be coming (Hit
tr Trinidad during the middle of
m>xl vear. -.hnrtlv after the
Coronation
ttoliifay l.mfi'il
MBS WILFRED wool)
i vtt> i 1). A Wh.
Building Development Adviser.
.i .-inothoi .irrival from Eng-
Lq the Gelflto.
She had been spendinK the sum-
ln with her two sons
l ,hool there
BACK In Barbados after an ab-
stnee of over six months are
Mr. and kbi C A. Potter. Mr
Mat of the Directors ol
3 Club. St. James.
MR. DAVID RICE of Messrs
C. B. Rice and Co., Ltd..
accompanied by his wife and son
Michael returned from England
yesterday by the Oolltle after
.-.penning almost four months in
the u K France, Switzerland
and a couple of days in Italy.
RETURNING by the same gUp
were Dr and Mrs. H. E
Rkeete. They had also been ovet
I r four months' holiday in the
I' K .inn mi the Continent
Part of then holiday was spent
with then daughter and son-in-
Isnr, Kr and Mrs. Ritchie Pack-
ir who returned to Barbados
askWd ot them via New York and
Mrs Packer was on hand to meet
them on their return
Buck Home
R. and MRS MICHAEL
GREAVES of Belmont." St.
John, who had been in England
since the middle of May on hol-
iday returned home yesterday bv
the GeMto.
Mrs. Greaves Is a sister of Sir
Allan Collymore, Chief Justice of
the island, and Mr. Greaves is
a brother of Hon. Mrs. M. Han-
schcll, M.L.c. who was also at
the Baggage Warehouse to meet
I hem.
HirthiFay Today
MRS. NOOTT. wife of Ma;
( B Noott. Headmaster of
T en Sfhimi. .lerompon-
icd by tleir little daughter, were
passengers from England yes-
terday by the Gelftte.
Mrs. Noott and her daughter
s hud been in the U.K.
for nvei three months on holiday
and the Noott family will cele-
brate Jacqueline's flrst birthday
.mniversaiy today.
M
Fifty Trnlay
/CONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
Guy Adams on his fiftieth
birthday.
Guy, who is u younger brother
of Mr. OH. Adams. C.M.G.. still
retains his boyish sr.alle.
Many happy returns of "the
day3.
ffest Withe*
BEST wishes lo Mr. "Tom"
Went, M.B.E on his 58th

These include wishes for a com-
plete recovery to good health.
Mr. Went is now on leave, prior
to retiring from the post of
Colonial Engineer
IAMTTV DRESS SHOP
Next Door lo Sinner
FROCKS lor nil occasions Irom
SHORTS and BLOUSES .......
*s.oe
S3.M
FLOWERED LINEN
I.UA1 aim; flowered linen .......
CEPEA PRINTS .......................
PLAIN CHAMBRA 3i" WIDE ..........
FLOWERED ill MIIKIK. SILK ........
KMBOISSED MORCAIN (in ,11 shades!
S1IEKTS : 100 ......
80 100.....
n ioa ......
PILIAIW CASKS IIXH
BUTTER MUSLIN ......
S .t
.X

.HI
1.44
1.18
M.75
SH
7.7J
M
.4:1
Also a New Selection ol Toy,
PRAMS. DOLLS. (iUNS. (RANKS. CARS. KTI
Store
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
YOUR SHOE STORF.
Phone: 4220
I
I
I
I
I
I
\


SUNDAY N'OVhMRr.K l. 1932
gl'KDA. AhVoi m
PAf.E TllltF.
AT THi: IYK1HA
HH 6. II.
MIXED GRILL
THIS WEEK seems In Bv outdone nself with ftie
number of films seen, and to be written up! Five in all.
of which two are comedies, one a tropical adventure and
two melodramas, so there is plenty of choice and since
most people prefer CdBMdlM Let's start with them.
end to accept her In this role
tin
..nationto lay nothmK
of her suceo-'iul amputation with
t -> much nan than
. ttt ID thi w.iv "f mrdlcal
Howev**, he Is
', to look al and prove*
.'. at making hat*
' Ih! Donald Gray
makes UaT but his
KLb d and hfs accent
too B BJC.
1 under-sea
a i'h p shark
hi between the
on the whole
acting are
uished.
And ti <]odrama*.
At the Placa,
ITCASTS
OF l-OKER FLAT II ptalnK at
Both the*e films are
nut of different type*.
RATON ventional
. in while
d in th.
tig UM aocM of the
with the
human emotions.
- Dennis Morgan and
RATON PASS Is
I of an ambitious and
unscrupulous adventuress who
young ranchot
voices a range
war in (tie |\iss. Pilled with
thuddini; hoove*, clashing flats
ng guns, the action pro-
- i k 'peed in this
weeping melodrama which is
background of
mountains of Colorado and New
Mexico.
. playi the mcr-
fcinine
Fntale" who links up with a
to do her
Hals-
ad i i. whose
characterization is one of men-
acing brutality and violence. I
to Bay they both come
i.v end.
Morgan i? the Invsad-
b|a ranch*) arho finally restorer
law and order while Basil Ruys-
<'.iil play- hi- fiithera grand
with more guts and
than the rest put to-
Gantaing Hints Farm And Garden
tor Amateurs
By ACKICOLA
\ MWIKIAI CONTRUVEBST
it 1% *rz THINK i.
ihe priitlcftli foetal.
economic. iiMuttac and < u sphere*would be
a lot mnn peaceful. In li (lysis, war is
tied in tlic mlnda of rxtri .albi.v All this i* riot to say
that there is nothing Rood m \ ^reasoned argument itnce
it often halra anH< thereby enables those
on whom final dec .' Uci .. i pi
middle .: ti'gajrd to tin- evidence on both sides
Thi b
en often ask (or ad-lco
a.< to what can be planted to grow
and flower jntchly.
The truthful answer to that
one is Ns4Mb.
Some plants do mature and
lower sooner titan others, yet
none can tie hurried beyond
their appointed time, for you
0*1*1 hurry nature.
N.'t that nature can't hurry
herself. Th* Mahogany trees urn
ITCHING
INFLAMED
HP Ml
next ihan- are covered m a greeti
sheen of delicate new leaves.

Gra !
how nature
itn.iiu i example of
hurry, for alter
Lot Ceaartlo Bug Abbott
JACK *ND Till
STALK is at the Pla.--
town. With Abbot anri OdMUu
and the two of them roar through
the old fairy tale and turn it into
a boisterous burlesque, Filmed. In
Technicolor, it bulges with songs
and dances and the
antics of the two comedian*.
Starting off in sepia, i
Coatcllo as a baby-sitter who
falls asleep and visualises his
Ion of "Jack" while the
child reads the story. I
life in magic world of colour la
enlivened by explosive eggs,
catapulting trees, a sinning harp,
the giant's Unaacnlap house
keeper and the giant hunaalt
Though the picture fsequently
runs away with itself, it has Its
moments and will appeal to Ab-
bott and Cottello fans.
LOVE IS BETTER THAN
LVER is the other comedy, which
can be seen at the Globe. In this
we have Elizabeth Taylor, who
seems to get prettier with each
lilm. and Ijhtv Parkf in a tenu-
ous romantic comedy of "girl
chase* boy and eventually **
boy!" Miss Taylor pin-
town dancing teacher who
attends a convention in New
York and falls head over heels in
love with a Theatrical agent.
Mr. Parks is the agent with
strong allergy to najfr.
Horae-raclng. baseball, the 2!
Club and the Copacabana are the
backgrounds for the dizzy
romance which finally culminate*
in a false engagement annouace-
ment and backstage goings-on of
u dancing exhibition with two
hundred children. Both stars do
their best and the Br.
theatrical dialect is amusing and
flippant.
ISLAND OF DESIRE, base:!
on Hugh Brooke's novel "Satut-
uay Island" is playing at the
Empire. It is one of these exotic.
but highly improbable South Sea
Island adventures that is long
00 gorgeous settings. I
flora and fauna, sunsets and good
photography, but short on
and direction. The northern
coast of Jamaica is the local* fOI
a romanlic interlude ind th
of a young marine Corporal and
o prim and proper army nurse
who have been shipwrecked. All
goes well in their idyllic pal
until the crash-landiim of an
RAJ. flier whose arm has to be
amputated with the natural
follow-up that he and the nurse
fall In love, and the marine
not without a strugglebows out.
In this triangle arc Linda
Darnell. Tab Hunter and Donald
Gray. Youthful Mr. Hunter is
definitely a credit to the Marine
Corps as he provides food, cloth-
ing and shelter for the nurse
with unbelievable speed. He's a
nice looking kid and wilh more
experience should do well. As
it la, he gives the part freshness
and vitality, but is inclined to be
wooden. Linda Darnell 1* the
plnsterish nurse (to begin with)
domain of ma

It is t!"
'. the natural vtrsUg the un-
a shower of rain the brown grass natural (art
will turn green overnight. Naturo or again, mlm l
can certainly hurry, but she can- minerals, or, yet again, dung -^ ,
not be hurried. versus chemicals. First. we ijx,
should remind ourselves that .,...
But a knowledge of the differ- from the imt of view ol *
oil times the various plants take plant there can be no strict line *,
from seed planting to flowering (,f demarcat what- ",'.
Will help, and from among these aver four. ement* ,'"
Smes some plants may be found must be work <
lat are quick, enough in flower- S(lli organisms to
log to satisfy those gardener chemical form-
POULTRY
NOTES
PHOSFERINE
to relieve
DEPRESSION
If you art fcakaa aervy
pondent lake PHOSFERlNh
1 imi nervea toad to an urm dtgn-
tion, loss of appetite and
of exhaustion Wherever
atiaicvcr you do, you wil
niosFERiNF ispaead
who are in a hurry.
TJi*> (niiiii| It.l hat- been
taken from that excellent little
Sirdcning book "Gardening in
arbados for Amateur*".
Any of th* seeds on this list *urceof our fcodssq
n bu planted at this time, and U J"?>"* I4""
a new word'
. n use.
have hoard that If you feed
.i poultry anti-
rvlll
that penicillin, terr.m
and
.mtUnoti.v ara i>eing used
u n with Vitamin
mg pigs and
gains.
certain of these
mSg inin hwe MM; * *" "*J
thg* i ! '; tt "^. f1^r
importancv In tl >' " !*"
..nnual about 10'. lastei
of ugly Kpoti f IhouanJ have
hcslcd thoir kkm m>uh)n fur
with DD l> l'rci,Tiption
\l'h.i.-vi
v4::
ikiC


antl-biotics.
mn cu m\ dii> unit. jn>i .
from (he U It wUl be Btiulble i"i/>'> to u
I- to ralrulaf caactlr wh thej natural or artificial In
will start to fl
FEUOD OF Tlalt BETWEKN
KDW1NC. OF BBP AND SFT-
TING OF FLOWFRK
Zinnias ftiapdragon 6 Weeks
8 >t
Cosmos 6
Yellow Pea S
Bachelor's Button s
Candytuft
Cynoglossum Petutila 12 .. 12
Marigold 1 ,
Geranium 12
Dahlia 12 ,.
Uidv !!. 8
Tlthoiua 10
Nasturtium 12
H3
with fertilizers.
iginal state, most of then
products of nature mined Bd
nflned fo, aas* of hai
trade purposes Even I
the principal fertll
ent in sulphate of nnunontrt <<
industrial by-pr. I
obtamabM iTotn th* i

colly unlimited aupotM
Tliere i> no space bara to
the ubttances which propel
fall into each groupthe natural |ng en
and the artificial, or tho organic which
ond the Inorganic, *
terms are us*d We
dlscuas the subject braCfly in
work"1
frankly that they
It is said that
down harmful
l i.tcria In the
intestinal tract.
U is also said
.that the) hav.
a direct stlinu-
. ffed or,
the growth pi<>-
;. i. We do i"i>
k ti o w. Hut
whatever t h c
workeri are flnd-
ii which ones an
animals, at which levels
hOUld D* used In the ration
optimum remits, what com-
____mi are most effective and
broad aspects. Itoth aid. admit h -:... ,,,muu quantities requir-
ond, of course. It is common [x#d evaojy In feeds
,. *mm u.t. U that *owJ*"**, *l organic matter H ,. unsound a.nd often costly to
SB rJu Ire to ht! of prlmp ^V^W- lnrt'*'' ply l>ecaua It con-
\ a rilli vii,^, r21 ."I sKh?I loM ot nUlmM", ",hUri'1 ,h""
start to flower m flv. w*ek.' fTiA^SL ^aST! I %[. ?JE
time from th.moment of planting (,lflTlpM ; M
the seeds. Zinnia... Cosmos, and lialuri, rrsounr thai '
Balaam come next as they_ each ^^ ,, M|Ulot ,f(1 nmmmbi) ex.
take si, w-e^cs^rigoUis^oUow ^^ ,hat ^^ m
DUD, You'll be delighted h
Bmcklr it rclio.-s and hcab
'D.D. riean up all ikjc
Blsiait lUicms, Malaria Sores,
hobi luh. Hwcfl BS CUD
aod minor inn
sasyoiitaaassiogiuiaL'Uc
D D.D. acts fail hcc*u
it pcnctraic* deep m'.1
ess, dcsiroy-
if hsfabdous germ*
For yuL.k. ifi.i'
beahna u I1.PP
Buy bottle tola*
DD
PRESCRIPTION
arm
THE GREATEST CF ALI HXS
It will be i
tiking seven weeks to mature. ??,,_. nll ,hi, Zn,.lMw^ i i ",'1 ""
Snapdragon eight weeks. Candy- u'w " ,,j- "' '
tufiTtnrwhTe the rest on the ^ "v*ot i'Sn ' " '
list t..ke ten to twelve weeks trough heavy croj ping und< i tt)l, Bntibiotic
roapcctlvely. m.jdwn. intensive metho,..
the farmer. The kind
i ..i poultry beinn
their stage of
and most of all Uie
OUTCASTS OF l"OKEit FIAT
lj iMsed on a famous
story by Brett Hart in which a
h;id> t h.naeters find
.i~mnd In a hut
In the High Bwrraj. It appears
that the activities of l murdcr-
oui bank robbti -who makes a
getawayhave so enraged the
people of Poker Flat that th*
to run their undesirable
out of town. These in-
i robbers wife, a pro-
gambler, an elderly
drunkard and a prostitute, all of
whom juft mike the cabin be-
fore the storm, Th*) *n joined
egnant girl ami her
i of course, by the
bank robber. This cosy little
party is at the mercy of the gun-
man, portrayed by Cameron
Mitchell as one of the most de-
sadistic, half-crazed
and brutal characters I have
ever encountered. Anne Baxter,
as his wife, is on the receiving
end for her fair share of assault
and battery while Dale Robert-
sen. the gambler whom she
loves, eventually kills the bandit,
who In the meantime has bashed
in Bsi head of the old "dipso*'
and shot the prostitute for good
BMt uie.
The only redeeming. HItm La
acting which Is
uniformly good with a special
mention for Comeron Mitchell.
[i
He.
larms are providing
new ingredients.
of |K>ultry und U'
nuHl*rn. mtatuiive mctt
But now the prut
Another list, taken from the organic Held have m.de extruva-
umo garden book is also very gant claims. Among thcsi
useful, for it gives the names of statement that clu r _.-....._.
those plants whose seeds can Luducos poor health in pi run d '": ^l u" r(.
disiasnse with a wed-box and renders them pron*
can be planted directly into the Further, that the quality of ngrt-
ground. Here it Is. cultural produce is oomproti 1
SEEDS OF THE FOLLOWING ^iSS S^^^^S, .". i.'S, **^ '
PLANTS MAY BE SOWN sumption of such produce h. led ,k_ .
WHERE THE PLANTS ARE "" increase In eerta
Tr* caOW" disca-**, notably cancer
TO GROW. ailments. Still forth... it Is ,
Zinnia, Yellow Pea. Bachelor's ed that propanil a by Button. Ragged Robin Marigold, iter industry'k'
Nasturtium, Balsam. Canna. on Investigator* afraid to *p. f .
H"Uv Hock. TWhons. Cut and the truih are the root cause. '" "'e 's
Come Again. Cosmos. Candytuft, the trouble. W
Sun Flower. late Sir Albert H t"'1 brought fiim.
m ^ for his work in India) who was, 'he bUg. id -none svaiUbU fo.
To be able to plant seeds direct m the early part of hi naRCi I U) an availa-
into the place where they are to tuched to the Impend i>' |urtmeni bllilj that ilnds them in the feeds
tjiet ttutd (b the
Ball
gnda47ir Genuine
Ecu dc Cologne ji youf
I ait !i I a! partner f o kcrp
you (rjf rant and cooll
Just a dab behind your
cart, on wrim or tcm-
plc>>and you will led
gntclully rclreihed.
ration to which
idded, determines
lunation
IS needed and the I
required mi maximum I
nueal growth.
the
used by what it will
prndiH. rather than whether it
*. in Ihi ,.i ti-biotic or that
ei> reliable feed
grow is a great saving In time 0f Agriculture for the W< ,-t Indies
and trouble, and has the advan- C]aimed in Ida "Agricu'tui
tage that there is no check In ,amcnr thnt ,hc increaslnL
growth from Uie seedlings being cm.niical (. itili/.-i^ .-aused the
transplanted. breakdown of sugar-cam-
There is howev.r, the danger ,h'9' "nriering their fMOJMl re-
of^Kt. carrying them away, and gSTSLTSSTta aVT-wer t'
this must be watched out for. West Indies know the answer t.
Also it Is difficult to get an even |!'miist mmce t(1 ,fty in conclu-
rranKeemOTdt or^some^Tthc HtSe I,on' lhMt aU xhc "'Ideneo' poiol j -,n,|" neceawg "to'promite foal.
plU nS LZX$. But in the opposite-direction ,, ,v wlU most
Sis is quicxly dpne and doe, not ^S^^^L^^i wiR ''"My ^ tlle k tpC '" "
disturb Uie majority of the plants. w, agricuIturM. ^^e.
if almost
r
of
.n-Litdic* cannot make a ifm-i
.i pool one. They
n.ust U- added to feed which
vntain a balance of all the nut-
lon known to be nee-
i-S..I .. Itut added tit such feeds
-.iiblnations and levels
GENUINE 15LlJn& GOLD
EAllutCOLOGNE
Apart from that, it is
continue W iiiiiow a imuun- et-
husbandlnR his mir-r- -
__4,j ganlc nmttcr but supplementing a-., ,
its. ny Judicious u'e of rerUTlzei
The world, In- DOlf!) for the discovery and
debt of grati- '' M-lopmcnt of commercial f*r-
Ulc of viotent . WlU. S^S,,,.
too much accent on violence, dUDHably. owe,
sadism and downright brutality. ,ude to British brains 'not "Mos- tillxeri'
%7/l
H COLOGMF. on Rhine.Germany
miutr nfiou/tiy ti> [fit i>u'yma6
bttUt /btmut'i t//7!>'J.
Hi:;
ii h n m
n i m .,.
SAHELY'S Welure you in
IDEAL FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE FOR YOUNG AND OLOI
Al on alMixer lor nautrolizinfl axcail rtomath acidity ond re-
lieving lha pain, ond diKomfort, of ocid-indigailion. Milk ol
Magnesia, o product ol Phillip,, ii one ol the loitetf, moil effective
known. A, a lonative. Phillip, act, gentl/ and thoroughly, without
griping or diMomfort, ond wilhout embarrassing urgency. Phillip,
ton*, up th* entire digestive system ... is the ideal ontocld-loxativ*
(or all the family I Get Phillips today I
You II like Ih* new |
runuf of Fabric for
Dexembrr . dci.ilin.cd j|jij
for liiilorini; tu'w lull- !!
Ural Suits lo Pcrfcc- ffiij
All Waal I'i" snip.'
Wni-lril ill Navy |||
Black niitl llrown
Si.l.! W>
All WiksI
MMn (ire.

All Wool
(,r,-> Woraled S.IM 11
Liquid or Tablets
MILK OF MAGNESIA
A PRODUCT OF P |-| | LLI PS


PAGE FOUR
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
stMlAV. NOVEMBER U. 1S8
BROOKLAX
CHOCOLATE LAXATIVE
Cos^'M,:
^&
^^L
w\ OrXW
:co.
aS^*i
Here Is the idol Uunve for adults and children. Ur,.*Us
locta tad tastes like JcIkixu* chocolate and relieve* even lbs
mm ttubbifn constipation quickly, pleasantly and irH-rvHjghly.
Banishes Constipation Overnight !
Chosen without question
by the world's
most fashionable women
B.C.L. FACE THEIK
STIFFEST OPPOSITION
EVER
By a S. CWPIX
TKIMDAI) COLUMNIST WOULD DROP
BARBADIAN PROS.
TI,E Barbados Selectors have- chosei. a very strong team to meet
* the Barbados Cricket League learn in the annual B.C.A -H C L.
flslure They could have p-ld the League no greater compliment, and
I must express profound disagreement with a brother scribe of mil -
_ 1' ."'l.!'*'*.. .'"*, vl'w lhmt ,nJ* PPrtunitv ahould have bcci.
>TU*d by the B.C.A. for experimenting with promising talent
in my view the object of this fixture is to te-t thr relative strength
A in.- Barbados Cricket League and although it might give rtee to
ible f crime of some fru. trot ion on the part of those who
'-ve been for acme yean now on thr vcrv threshold of selection In
in inland XI yet the main purpose of the fixture must be served.
7 hose who have followed the progress of League Cricket over
the past ten yi ars with some attention to detail will no doubt agree
it the very composition of the Barbados team constitutes an out
tiding monument of achievement and fruitful industry on the Dart
' ndcrTeview P'""""*1 *nd played League Cricket for the period
B.C.L. SHOULD BE PROUD
\VT"AT Association would not feel proud to have nnaved against
\C?C.*lPi'uf HwJ*pUuUli?n and "P*rtive talent of Everton
kes. Conrad Huntc. Frank King, C. De Petza .tut O sw*t, 7.
{e Bartakj, Cricket League" hai.done" ffii an aScI?:
tion had given this Ulent to Barbados Cricket Association cricket?
The fact that the B.C.L. ha, been able to do twTii55
pondingly weaken their team but their contribute
will not be gauged by the results of this match.
I have already advocated two of these fixtures per season and
then one of such fixtures could be earmarked for experimenting with
KIEV...1**11 ^ . ''XamP1*' must *Ve* that players like Tranl.
1 hiUips and Keith Bow en of Spartan, Brickie Lucas of Car lion and
young players in that category would then have been provided with
the scope for establishing any claims which they undoubtedly have
for inclusion in an island eleven.
A LOOK AT THE ISLAND XI
WITH regard to the island eleven itself It Is obvious that this
Is not the best available island xi that can be put Into the field
or should l be more explanatory and say that seasoned players like
Wilfred Farmer of Police who performed with commendable individ-
ual credit against Jamaica. Horace King and Adzil Holder of Empire
and Gordon Proverbs. Denis and Eric Atkinson of Wanderers have
all staked their strong claims for Inclusion, not only on their form
for thp season but on their performances in recent Intercolonial fix-
tures.
i to senior cricket
AUTUMN MEETING AA/AS
ft Free* Page I ga\< Lght of
the second place N igfl lbs. Coluni!
Itlue (iia by ' a length, and pounds I md Col-
l'i lengths bed leton e..< I and five
TH'KNTY-TlilKli RACE pounds ovarweighl
.V,.,tLulH.-Uira*. ***" ''' ** Bew' Croag Bow
Vt..r thing rla-tetcaa. was left hat-footed, and '
Three ware scratched from fcl
UUs furlong event for Class B and CoiumDUs leading that order,
and lower, leaving a Bil I ,1 m,. ,,),.. l( WM stBJ Assur-
[n-The-Air, who won ance and Columbus, but up the
over this distance on Thursday stretch past the
in run away style, was liven a ,,.,.,
top weight of 1281b. Tiberian positions were. Assuram-.
Lady carried !b overweight, followed I S--edllng.
Nefari 1. Mrs. Bear A. Belle Sur- Cross Bow and Coll
prise 6 and Dashing Princes*. 4TB. There were some quick ox-
Catlc-In-The-Alr lefused to ,h.ifige* around the tui
It the Others K>t <>ff ... Ih,. Held went
with Mrs. Ben Beiq down aha back stribfa, it
followed by Dashing Princess. Columbus. Cardinal. Cross Bow,
Tiberian Lady. Coming into the Assurance. CoUeton and Seedling
straight approaching the stands. At the half mile it was still
it was Fire Lady foDowvd by Columbus follow*
Tiberian Lady, Mrs. Bear, and and at the three furlong pole
Dashing Princess all bunched Columbus pulled away from the
beautifully. field, racing down the Drill Hall
Dashing Princess however stretch at a tnundenng pace,
went past the Judges for the In hot pursuit were Cardinal
first time leading the Held as a and Cross Bow. and turning into
result of brisk exchanges. Fire the home stretch. Cardinal chal-
Lady went back into the lead k-nged. but his efforts were futile
around by the five, and carried and Columbus raced home the
the field down the stretch, pull- winner by half length to register
inn away after reaching 111 v ctory of the Meet.
(u*T .1 finished sectT
Pepper Wine moved up at the away from Cross Bow.
S d challenged, but uesti
brought the hUy around the
bend, into the home stretch and
past the winning pole Pi KngUis
ahead of Pepper Wine who beat
Tiberian Lady Into third place
bv two lengths.
TWENTY-FOURTH RACE
Belleville Handicap
Six
Held of seven.
New Parker \M is llie choice
people all over tin
WOflW Ih.Hi for perv.nnl uv, and
also a- .i -i-tiai gift. Fslgeeas
-ti.i. gas ii leaden In huMi.es* ami
SO set the
In-....... lor Us Norld all an
!" Bd .....n BgaJ use it; with It
trcntic* an- sinned, and famous
boohSSM .vrittoii.
Foff saaMoasi oteal affeciiou
you value, a I'arker SI' would
make a im-i ili<-ruing present.
F-r goui ""ti >" no comparable
I -I'Hiiti.t luu ever been
made.
Ntv titroriu viijju
' tNiffviHiuiuii'.r fci sssal aansfsfjaai
.^Im.in-j .rfA ,w >./>,' -.1 W> 1 -ll>U. t.MOl M>IOPLt
Prices: ROLLED GOLD CAP: 124 05; LL'STRAI.OV CAP $10.77.
Distributors /or Barbados;
A 8 BBYDBN ft SONS (BARBADOS) LTD.
P.O. Box 403, BridfHOWfi.
Yenr* ahead of any other ...
la tuner i aiHhaS ./ ilrawlu as, Sim -ad r*l<*Mii Ink. U* Bnlqw tSWSsSllll l -wl-n. WHITE
PAINT!
WHY. Of OOU;
EVERYBODY
WHITE PAINT
i BEATS
ALL OTHERS.
GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
rlionr 4918 Kl.krlt HI.
WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
I'cri.iitfx Gukel
- Shellac
w Form-a-GMskel
Fabric Cleaner
., Auto Top
Scalar
Transparent
Glaia Sealer
. Black Top
Droaalnir
., Radiator
Liquid Cement
Radiator Ban
Praventor
Engineer'!
Prussian Blue
Holt'i Wonder Was
Dunlop Patching Outfits
.. Rubber Solution
French Chalk
Insulation Tape
Ribbed Maatiag
Radiator Hose
All Sixes
,. Car Truck
Jacks
l45 I'ly Air Hoso
Schrader Metal Trro
Valves
n Tyre Pressure
Gauges
ECKSTEIN
BAY STREET
Chamois Leathers
Yellow Polishing Cloth.
Miracle Black Adhesive
Miracle Tub Caulk
Scalar
Durcx Masking Tape
Shaler Hot Patches
Spsrton & 12 Volt
Horns
Clear Hooter 12 Volt
Horns
Chrome Rim Embellish-
ers
Kxpsndlng Reamers
Extra Cutters for
Reamers
Auto Eugine Valves
Fan Mills all Models
Rear View Mirrors
insulation Tape
Pram Tyring
1 . 111 in 1 in
METAL CYCLE
PUMPS
Schrader Air Line
Blow Gun
Lionlde Leatherette
All Shade
Birkmyre Canvas
BROTHERS
DIAL 4269
TWl \TV I ir.HTM RACE
Final Handicap
Dashing Princess, Lunwtyi,
n-j ag Di
Belle Surprise iran
9 horses came nndai Dm
I 111 of U.i
tka1oB|
tched leaving a distance
Of these. First The Held got off to o good start
Admiral, jolly Miller, Caprice and with Aim Ah.
Id each carried 1, 2, 3 and I
A pull.
lbs. overweight
As the gate*
ll.ii I IW.
ilHVlivclv. riuvmc (ii-.\:. I:
flew, Apollo tSIaiut 11 that <
The-Air bad < latS i'.imp, and
The Barbados Selector, with such a strong nucleus of players (Fletcher upt got off first and was TJie."Al"
e obviously able to experiment in the case of R. C. Branker of , .his position when the field ""'['^ im" "'''"
the Combermere Intermediate team ami G. Sobers, recently of thci.,,,! the stands f* the first JSSl iWl're .mJ"? '? '
POl,w,BK>ir'.,Club **m anrt now of ,hP Po,k0 team mTFirs Adimral .Yvonet) was ^* Ah n.amti.h''
r'1^"1"8 ""'-T1 o"^Und Wertcs" Walcott- Ma"h*"t Hunte, ^nA with March Winds (Hajal) Sit toe th-
Sr SSSSS- SSSSS "Ss-3
Jowe, -edium men y arm **** Bf*ar, the B.C.L. w,l. Jff k(i(.ld PJB W..M tlie jfc'fflj
lation they have encountered in ,hrCf rurlotlJI pole. In the menn- haneU and P
he meeting -
their entire existence.
MUM III j: wkst indies cricket
V17IIAT of West Indies cricket? The latest news from
tuna March Winds had moved up
lo second pdtltlon UN Colombus
who was lying in the fifth po-i-
l^n made a challenge coming
around the benil fn-m the ouUide.
Tlie brown CoJl p-isscd the field
going up the triiight to win com-
fortably by one and a half lengths
from First Admiral who beat
Apollo In* '"- by a
TWENTY-fritTM RACE
Junior Handicap
This wus Inc
...... the Trini-
dad Prcks. the unofficial mouthpiece of the West Indies Cricket
. ^ 9om?0, ta o tfl<* "f*<^ that one Trinidad Journalist has
found Clyde Walcott unfit
This news, untrue a* It Is, still intrigues me, becaur-c in the fir t
Place It is news to Clyde Walcott himself and secondly it rmfct haw
o-en obl-.in.ct DO Boorcot dour t.. the supernatural.
1 ' <-.' mads to say or mean anything but
it is putting it a bit thick to be able To stay all the way in Trinidad
and examine Walcott in Barbados and then pronounce him unlit just
i>ecause Guillen in so brilliant and llinns onl> Might). U brilliant,
Trini(lfl of course.
f ,n '' wntt-i ,,f the article who has more
wrJ!H?n u i!*. H,p?1 I**" *'"hcr thc "fpre^ntat'ves of toe hall furlong
Wesl Indies Cricket Board of C.ntrol here or the Barbados Cricket K, vc were _
ri^fi ^^"^ ^"K lhc Wttrt ,nd,ei Cricket Board of field of live of whj . 'w 66. The Past replied wilh 84
excluding Roy Marshall. Ken Rickards lllu-.|on and Super Jet each car- 'or at close of play.
ed 5, 7 and 3 lbs. overweight re- t Id Boy pf
Old Boys Beat
Present Boys
The first Pnst vs I*rescnt cricket
rnskfa of the Coleridge and Parry
.School, played at the school
grounds on Wednesday, resulted, in
for th<> Old Bovs.
The Present. I ivtn| WOQ thc
vent for the niched, leaving ,i k-moI and wen all out ;it lunoh
Clyde Walcott
SHBm "CHEEK
Of all the consummute misinformed and clum>y "cheek." thi'
EZSiJLrTCSW". \Xm % ""d P",n'ul|y obvious thit the writer is
foreign to West Indies Cricket history but certainly this earns him
no extenuation for making a nonsense of West Indies cricket
^ ., .,h^knOW lhat Walco n "lake a West Indies team on hh
be bsttUlg in the West Indies tour to New Zealand at thi
the Australian lour?
Whom would he substitute f..i Hoy Marshall
spaettVOiy. Coleridge, made the day's highest
Super Jet ridden by Yvorn-t got f^ of 37 W-usa C BEiDI
IT to a flying start and was !ol- f* nf PTry. dominated In thc
nwed by Apple Sam mid Illusion, fowling department taking 5
im U Rue and Battle U Wan -ill runs In 7 overs
eft flat-footed at the ga " ,M- Griffith of Present top
The Held singled out in Indian *co1,f'" "* 22 and
end of mo by the three furlong pole h ,'''"'" "' Pwatnl lmwlcd
with Sui>er Jcl still in thc lead SJ '" lilk<" '
'"K^SSiWSi^^^^SS^ffSS ?#; ; .-.6
laSoMaUSiw "" the bend to enter the -i U
^llk.C.to pomL'Vt ,hjliitr..ght when Apple Bam (TWr- ( *f:,SrJffllh ,f ''!'
iter quotas would have to ; teU up) challenged and took over following are the scores-
even if the figures of $8,000
be paid the professional
to paa Lt.
vhich the i
that this would be -
all sum
nsure that West Indies cricket which people Uk> Walcott
Sl.alni- n! RST i'"i ^ ^'^ 5 lhe wrldcrtelJ"ladcleMn
Blighty in 1950. at least remains there.
,.Tu, WHAT Dll> TIIK PROS CONTRIBUTE?
W rf/J0, 30000 p,.n fa, tuc 1950 tour- Not the Wot
? T Indies Cricket Board of Control Ixit included in the liM of
rnrfcen were Walcott (remember his I^ird1,
Wt.Mii Marshall. Valentine and Ramadhin
The Tests against India will be International
riescvT novs- i*T isnjs,.,
li b
centuryi, Wcekc:
Baa&5ce&afi&5t&&Z
nonsensical esperimcnllnn should be duly"recontol"'lo 'Z'^Za
the plo.le., .mm,, w.,t Indie, cricket pnSvie.~--.~--
seany juKKlins
e used
up for
i try
ludgmen! DafcrirIksi bjr of West Indian crlckei op~lnlee.
U, Open Cn.mpjonsH.p .J .^.Ytffv'cTlpfiJKp'.S.
Pr-fSSS,-!1'"?.' "-*--"" "' Canadian GoU
Ihls winter, lhe Colonel who Is strictly nn amateur
lhe,i:,,"o,,Tu''.db,',r.,'"1 ,h """"'' "" S
The Colonel admitted at once that he was tak-
ing the Job wilh some misgivings but he has had
considerable experience In teaching and the Open
Championship and the Medal Play Championship
which he has won are tho only events not played
off handicap and therefore are thc only real cham-
pionships in the true sense of the word.
Members of the Roekley Club who were so dis-
appointed at the news of Mr. Wakclam's inability
to come will no doubt be glad to learn that they
will still be provided with the opportunity for having their games
hecked and polished.________________________
cot.. vtMia
by the seven furlong pole lo win
comfortably by one and a half s
lenghts. Illusion wan third flv<
lengths behind Super Jet.
TWENTY-SIXTH RACE
This event was run ova. VSffl ,'
and a half furlongs with a SaU
of twelve, ten being scratched. "''' *'* kpr iiuaaand^ b
Of those going. Street Arab. The r. i-SgTk B
Thlnj and Vectts each carried 4. *
8 snd S lbs. overweight re- J1, ","
specbvcly "J"
Aim L*ow tCrossley up) I'd thc
field followed by Mary Ann rid- """
den by Yvonet. Vectis (guested).
Magic Gaye and Topsy, The field
raced past the five furlong pole
In this order. Aim Low kept the <
lead all thc way until they reach- [|
ed the two furlong pole when *
there were some exchanges com-
ing around the bend, they bunch-
ed and Fluffy Ruffles piloted by
Holder came through with a driv-
ing finish to win by half a length
from Topsy who beat Magic flaw
Into second place by a head.

.< . -i
in
PAS1 BOI !--l KMM..
- Hunundi Mpd i-
C M c;
E i_ Tlvom-taii b Pbllllpi
i- >l i.p*
ipd. kpr. bl-hillii^

TWENTY-SEVENTH RACE
Roekley llandicup
Seven were scratched bom un-
original 13 antrtas for this event,
thc one but last of the Meeting. * "B -'
It was run over a distance of 9 2 ,S,7,,,';!1
furlongs, and toe handicappers r ,T,^ \
ihanija lb- I
X
I
'
OWU.Ni; ANALYSIS
<> M
Denny......j 3
RACING NOTES
Han St. Kitls Produced A Champion ?
By BOOKiE
WITH Ufcraa days of r-cmg to be ai'cussed it is
uiinculi lo pick on sriy special event tor la*
fhiaf n.p... tnara u nu..>.i vaai epetiai imn
. ary buoy is uliung about. 1 no nurse la Miss
Koasfnary ItOOni Loiomous. A blacs coil suanuing
.. unit uiuier sixteen hanus, ne did not m-K mi
asaattag until last Monuy. Tnis wag in toe nine
lusogtfl Wk Lass horses and slier tying in tne r--r
. LBS ..my Mj.is. eoioinuu^ CbBM iniough at ue unisn to win in a
gC] K"i\iiiuiin ntannsg BOOB caiuinal. m uie lime 11 was inougnt
1* Aouai niaae a goou norse in UM luiure. Uut no one, except pvt-
apa ins uaiii-i. knew just now near mat future was. An n turned
'in loiornuu? came oul IM winner of tne sweep wiUi no Mss Hiau
MB amg lo Hal eradtt. Tne nature ol his wins is quite inothM sloiy.
.aVOBl Bl oi.t iiacviing anu iiiosiivu Up unuvuteu. 1 el uus is JUsi wu*>
' liu. weignt was 1.gm enough 111 UM BXgl itf oe-
uJavc. nui only was ne a tmee-ycar-uia, but a maiaen us wm .11
..iv moo(i luce nuwever. over "'.1 furlongs, he was moved i.sot up
.0 Ui lbs. .>na once again he defeated tne same carainai, tnis untv,
- Uiougnt. snowing mucn rnore dasn and speed. \.nere fte looKeu
.UN I DBOy iii ru nr.si race be now luokeu lite a precocious two-
0O nuj oil. Aluiougii Carainal was siul allowing mm J 10s.
11 BM inn ,ii tAa race 11 was -tear that it snouia have Deen an OUjM
#jy louiid.
lay t'oloinbui not only b*w* MBB T .lav hora*. over 7 V
liulonga once again, but went up into D class, and over nine furlongs,
red a sound defeat to an old stayer like Cross bow. Cross
HUM be said, allowed him four more pounds than weigm-
-or age auu In addition made a bad start. But at the DnisA he wus
..ml if lengths behind Colombus who apparently had a lit He to spare.
mem. once again, came the consistent Cardinal.
I| 11 dUflsCUkl to Mud past three-year-olds with which we mtg-V
coaipare. cuiumbus. Aionuc II Immedlutcly sprung 10 everybouy 1
mind, for he too did not come into prominence until toe August meei-
11 all he did was to win one F class race with
irarj UfDl watafit from u G clasj. horse. At the end of that momn
ne .\1111 to Anmi and a/001 two rnccs. On the face of H therefore,
M Bra that Colombus must be even better than Atomic 11
i-.. age.
Ling indeed because here we are In November
with only live weeks to go before the Trinidad Derby and it is not
um 1 tms eleventh hour mat we iind sometning capable of giving
fright Light a run for her money in Ijie Trinidad Derby. Up to Uie
I Colombus won his third race at the Meeting 1 was still
prepared lo make Bright Ught a firm favourite. But the manner of
1 win over u furlongs leaves mc in considerable doubt. It
is now a race worth going to see.
Nexi I BUM say that I htm never enjoyed s race more than 1
Mitt. Cttlibbaan Stake*. Alter years of campaigning for the
ail I to uur programme here, and in Tnni-
Lfad, BDd receiving the proverbial brick wall opposition, It was not
'-.int. but downright astonishing, to return to toe Island
ittsence of only live months, to hnd a complete metamor-
phosis m the attitude o( the most militant objectors lo a race of d

Mr. Cbaswi Landmark is a stayer of a high order and 1 can think
of taw mile and half races that were ever run at such a warm cup.
Castle in lhe An .^eein to nave bolted with Johnny Belle in this race,
and 11 was not surprising that when he passed toe judge box for toe
Bret Unto to see that he had done ihe5H furlongs In 1.09. I thought wc
.ore gouig to witness another rae like the famous affair with Alwin
ran off with Fred Thirkell, ncver looked back, and won in
louvinemn Myle lioin Haven. previous Governor's Cup winrx r
I; .' I.......ii..irk, who was always well up. took his measure at tne
Hu caught and passed him at the foot of the stretch
.iid Ihtn came home in a bcnutilul driving finish, much as I have
iftin Been h Bnisfa I .V, or T'r furlong race. Young Whittaker.
making bis debut as a Jockey, rode a good race to bring Flieuxce
1 it mile and a half races I think have been instigated a little
iatc for poor Flieuxce. Two years ago when she was waiting her
niter distances with formidable miers like Elizabethan and
Rebate, she might well have won quite a number of them. 1 also
noticed thai Belle Surprise, formerly thought to be a sprinter by ner
over S furlongs at exercise, ran third not very far beh'.nd.
Mr Fred Bet hell's Abu All accounted for two races in class
A. Much cracked up before the meeting opened, he must havo
ocgun a bil short for ho wus beaten pointlessly on thc first day.
,1 had hiile horse but 1 can nee nothing extraordinary
Yvottft, whose average at winning the first and last races
it a meeting must be very high indeed, set him off at break-neck
he Final Handicap and I found It much to the credit of
ne horse that he stayed on so well. But he did not have the tough
which others have had in this race in the past.
top classes who deserve mention are Castle in the
.if and Fur Ltd?, who were both winners over B furlongs. Castle
n the An won a mh an.,i.ing race. Over the ldst three furlongs
..... inning away from them with ridiculous ease.
Ills run in thc mile and n half had apparently made him fighting
fit.
Two Brno ware not winners but who did not fail to impress were
.nid Pepper Wine. The former gave Abu Ah a taste of
real speed in the Sprinters Stakes which he could not match over
Hires furlong*. Ii i> clear that if she could be properly
he would be much better by far. Thc latter, now n mare
.-.ii- ihoerad M much speed, at the end of the Final
Handicap that one wonders what she would hove done with them
.11 haa prune. It is against a crook like this, long past her best, that'
we can judge our standard 0* it was. when she and Atomic II
were ruling the roost, against the present day lot.
The r.iniii; in C clasc produced some mixed results. Of the
in the three days there were four winners. Mr. "Bunny"
&i wards* newly imported filly Fluffy Ruffles was the double
Rtenat and well deserved this honour. She had shown promise
from exercise and with only two months in the tropics to acclimatise
I ihink xhe did more than is usual for horses who have been here
for such 0 short time.
Spoor Grass and Test Match were two others who won. I find
ndlar In the respect that they mav win a race Just as
easily as they will loose one and so they keep us In the dark
most of the time.
The other winner in this class was the mare Mary Ann. She
was thc only other crcole. besides Pepper Wine, racing in the
niported classes at this meeting and when she defeated them over
:>'j furlongs giving weight to all except Careful Annie it was
another victory for the late great O.T.C. Will the sires of to-day
keep up the standard of craolBB as this horse maintained It through-
out toa war wars and just after. Comparing their racing form
with his they should be streets above him. But that U left to be
seen.
FROM 86 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Socony-VscutUB has produced "Tlit World's Largest Sailing Motec
Oil", with sack records as:
M0BIL0IL was in the engine of tat Spirit of St Lenin when
Lindbsrg spanned the Atlantic from New York to FarK Admiral
Byrd. gttr Hubert Wllklns and aUngford Smith, all used
MOBILOIL.
MOUIXOIL lubricated John Oobb'n "RailWn Special"__holder of
the land speed record of 403 miles per hour.
And the ssakars of MOBILOLL supply .ho lubricating alls for the
SVM.B. Queen Elisabeth" and RMS "Queen Msry"-hsvs Inbri-
rstsd las engines of every Worth Atlantic record bolder for ths
past 30 years.
For Just s fsw cents more, ysu too cn gat this um* protec-
tion far ysnr ngtn--wly Im MUsSed with less?
msisT on Mobiloil
''The Greatest Name in Motor Oils
QAKDINE* AUSTIX 4 CO LTD.
ATLAS PAINTS combine robust and
economical protection with splendid decorative finish.
Sufar Estate Manajen, Engineers. Building Contractors.
Architects, specify
ATLAS TROMCAt CRAOI (PUNGU} MUilAHT, PAINTS
PRODUCED IN ENGLAND BY THE MAKERS OF
"ATLAS A" WOOD PRESERVATIVt
DMO-Jl amiable frorr
H. JASON JONES S CO. LTD., P.O. Box 141 larhedas.
ATLAS
health and
brilliance
for your
hair
Here is Silvikr.n Lotion with ^T
Oil, the right-style hair dressing thit keep* ^Jjjj
your hair healthy! It contains oils which
groom your aoir without greaaiacn, a lotion which tones up the
whole scalp, and Av SiMkrm to nourish the hair roots. Pure
Sik-ikrin is a unique blcrxl of all the 18 hair-forming substuKcs
..hich your hair niust havj for healthy vigorous growth. l\'o more-
unhealthy hair, no more daniruff! Silvikrin Lotion with Oil will
bring new life and bri'Jiaifce to your hair. Ask for a bottle today.
Silvikrin >;
LOTION WITH OIL
Tht Right-Style Hair Drtssmg
ATLAS PMSERVATIVI CO IT. [NGLANC|
.'. '"" iwiwj.'v <*.. Star. I- ca.i
mi fassr- dsssVigr, /**r# S,h i**.
assists* BBses.
1 */ lavnswaf ki,r
1 asm**/.


I SDAV NOVEMBER 16. 1
SINIIAY ADVOCATE
PARE FITS
RACING RESULTS
AT GAMMON SAVANNAH. SATUIDAT. NOVEMBER IS. III!
WEATHER: Fine TRACK: Finr
53 SS : CRAVESENII HANDII IF Cba "Q" and Uwr-H
tSIU. IM. $4it5'i
B.T.C. Autumn Meeting
Prize List
RESULTS OF
2' SWEEP
1 TWINKLE, h.b. bf. Dunusk-Whit Lady, 101 lbs., Mr. L. J Seah
Jockey Crossley
2 EN PRIX. h.b. ch.g. Jetsam-Sun Maiden 128 lbs. Mr N L
Nothnagel Jockey Singh
3 BLUE GRASS, h.b. ch.h. Roidan-Pet. 114 lb... Mr' George A Fordo
Jockey Holder
ALSO RAN: Poplin (Quested 110-2 lbs). Dynamite (Blades 97 lbs)
Joan's Star (Belle 103*3 lbs.); Blue Diamond (.Newman 133 lbs>
TIME: 1 091 PARI-MVTl'EL: Win: $3 12, Place: 1.36, $142.91.72
FORECAST $708.
START: Fair FINISH Easy. i lengths, 1 length.
TRAINER: Mr. S. Masaiah.
The prize list I* " follow*
Ticket Ne>. Her*- Ma.
SS -2161 Cokimbu* .. li
AA-9172 Ordinal 14
OO1012 Super Jei 11
B 4173 Fluffy Ruffles 10)
QQ 2613 Twinkle 10)
134 Abu All 9
A 9901 Apple tarn 81
PF 9133 En Prm
R 2835 Landmark
tii
Place
4in Mm
ft
flft tn<
kMn oividet
nt,*. 90
nia
1
as
iron
It M
MM
NOV. 16 NO. 250
TOPICS
BY
JOE & ROBERT

3.9I6.00J
i .,'8 no
it. Of'i
HI
!
I W<
MS*
mm
"
tard Race : WORTHING HANDICAPClaea "B"
(9109. 1159. 945)9 Farlenn
U Lewll MM
x-Dido. 113 lb*., Mr. S. A Blanchelte
1. FIRELADY bf The Phc
Jockey Quested.
2 PEPPER WINE: b.m O T.C -Condiment, 107 lbs., Hon J. I)
Chandler. Jockey Crossley
3 TIBERIAN LADY b.m. Tlberius-Wurtn Welcome, 108 6 lbs. Nt
V. Chase. Jockey Singh)
ALSO RAN: Castle in the Air. (Belle 128 lbs.): Nrfari (Hajal u~.
lbs, Mrs. Bear (Holder 104-4 lbs.): Test Match (Yvonet 116 lb- ).
Lunways (Newman 115 Ibs.j, Belle Surprise (Whlttaker 103-6
lbs.) Dashing Princess (O'Neil I0ft-t4 lbs.)
TIME: 1.56 4/5. PARI-MUTUEL Win: $6.90; Place: $3.30: 55.18.
$6.94
FORECAST: $184 80
START: Good. FINISH: Easy 1, lengths, 2 lengths.
Mill Raee ; BtXLEVILLE HANDICAP Claaa T' and Lower
(3 y-o. over)87M. (8235. |llft. 849)7, Farlani.
1 COLOMBUS br.c. Cobrose-Busy Woman. 130 lbs. Miss Roaemar>
Boon. Jockey O'Neil.
2 FIRST ADMIRAL b.g. Admirals Fig-Flak, 117. 1 lbs. Mr. F. E. C,
Bethell Jockey Yvonet.
3 APOLLO, b.g. Sun Plant Apronelle, 109-3 lbs Miss K. C
Hawkins. Fletcher.
ALSO RAN: March Winds (Hajal 08 lbs), Jolly Miller (Quested
100r2 lbs). Chutney (Crossley 122 lbs); Caprice (Blades 84 t-3 lbs
TIME: 1.35 4/5. PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $188; Place $1.28. $1 40,
FORECAST: $8.52
START: Good. FINISH: Easy II lengths, neck.
TRAINER Mr. J. Fletcher.
25th Rare : JI'NIOR HANDICAPClaaa "F" and Lawer (t >*>
$790, (8335. $115. 540)5' _ Fariosus
1 APPLE SAM, b.g. Jetsam-Apple Fritter, 128 lbs.. Mi J H
Goddard Jockey Thirkell.
2 SUPER JET. chc. Jetsam-Wedding Gift, 115 lbs. Mr. F. E. C.
Bethell. Jockey Yvonet.
3 ILLUSION, br.f Jim Cracker Jack-Will Olhe Wisp, 101 lbs, Mr
C. A. Proverbs Jockey Holder.
ALSO RAN: Battle Line (Hajal 92 lbs.); Jim La Rue (Blades).
TIME: 1.M4-5. PARI-MUTUEL Win: $126; Place. $1.10.51.14
FORECAST. 8180
START: Good:
TRAINER. Mr J. R. Goddard
72 other hor**s divide 527104 eacn.
LIST OF IIOBSES MVWS
BpsgM II. 9901Apple Sam.
B2176 F-re Lady. 8844Jim La Ru*>. 4173Fluffy Ruffle*
C5352 Dashing princes*. 0998 Cartful Annie 1314 Darh-i
Jane. 5525iCons.) Jinx.
D 7888 Viceroy. 2081Fuauxce. 1021Caprice. 28": 1Tnn-
'.rook 3095Vectis.
F5341 Joan's Star. 8663 Devil's Symphony, 6224 Tert Mats
9421 Frederick The Great.
H9035 5>ench Flu irl ng Dawn.
'i Sea Foam. 5213Vigilante
J6572 Blue Grass, 8752 \fa Pole
K4i: Meerschaum, 8189-Ctoss b-.*
L8147Mary Arm. 1153
Q6228 Yasim.ii. il86--Sln.ct Aub 6987 r.btrmi Lad.. m3.U
R2625 Landmark. BOSS-Chutney.
S9953 Hopsy, 2942Spear Orass.
T4003 Hi and Low.
V2470 Jolly MUtar.
W5426 Battle Line
X033? Aim Low. 4083-The Thing.
/. 5358 Bell" Surprise 73W
AA5766 Mrs. Bear 2390-III iftwood, 8172 -C.irdmat.
BB8371 Contralto. 7983-Pni"-' Line. t20BJeahHiav
CC8459 Castle in the Aii. 3011 I IIM a> U
\
DD9587 Apollo Mil >'
EE4796 Nit Wit.
FF1710 First Admiral.
GGo;0 Rambler R>
Wonderful.
118765 Diamond Queen.
KK7287 March W nds. 7586- I'eppe- Wine
LL^80I Nefari. 6803Gavotte 6230 Magic Gaye.
MM8865 Galavhicl*. 3771' illusion
NN3801 Blue DtaflM HM fUa IVIian, 5172
Dynamite.

Ng
niji
'SS
SS

ll.k'l s-
MBJ
nckou no*
....-I
Ml
1SW Mrh M hohlri
. lit. J*. Sl*4.
|H lie*. MSI )
i
And Itfh*bod k .".H
*.at in* .loot p,
A -iilil
Who laM ion n." ukrd
And he ivpiiod lit Ji Or* ol Ihc v
r*ir ru.ll,
I |h.- i
i ,.. dj
ro gtm
llnaiuc - .nt all
II I H'lKii* mid ouUldi
Oaj II or l-ir dMi
MS.U
mtt
141 111
10 Ml
:a
IBV
ia><
BU..... lai
'" laiaugn

UaJ u*. il... ooiiiadM 1*11 .i*
.. ,i r.ltt
- I ..... .. .
No* ChiWlnuu duv.ii>. nar*

Pray ,rt\

i'^pin 2011 i mnfclr, U784-
OO2434 Abu Ah. 2012Supri Jei
I'P 2117My Love II. 9133Fn Prix
QQ-58B4 -Collctoii
tin7211 Mr Friendship
SS 2161Colombus. 2512Cavalier.
"SS
oi, mm mi mi aw. " S
FINISH: Easy. 1| lengths. 5 length*
Challenge Laddei Matches
26th Race : NOVEMBER HANDICAPCtaas "C" and Lawer$BM.
(BBB5, $135. $50)7H Fnrteaga
1 F1.UTFY RUFFLES, bf. Pink Flower-Golden Fairy, 121 lbs Mr.
J. R. Edward*. Jockey Holder.
2 TOPSY. ch.f Emir d'Iran-KUlocure. 125 lb*. Mr. K D Edwards.
Jockey Newman.
3 Magic Gave, gr.f. Magic Red-Ecilace. 118 lbs. Mr M. E. R
Bourne Jockey Belle
ALSO HAN: Devil's Symphony (Blades 105 lbs.), High and Low
(All 106 lbs.); Street Arab (Singh 110*4 Ibi.). Mary Ann (Yvonet
130 lbs-, Flleuvcc (Whittaker 115 lb*.); Aim Low lbs): Toe Thing. (James 97*-8 lbs.); Vectio (Quested 10B>5)
Durham Jane (Fletcher 115 lbs.)
TIME: 1.35 4/5 PARI-MUTUEL: Win: $3.54; Place: 1 64;
$264. $1.54.
FORECAST: $27.
START: Good FINISH: Close: i length, head.
THATNIR: Hon. V. C. Gale.
?7lh Rare : R(M KLKV HANDICAPClass "D" and l-awer S8M.
($265. $135. $4519 Furlens*
Durli.n Um lull taatOn DM UU Club House. Because of hi
Mrdal Pl^y Champion OWtlOBal interest in then
the President's Cup competitions. aiTairs, Mr Benjamin has been
two of the major fixtures on the l.i ted i A regulai member nt
golfing schedule which will be th Golf Commitieo oiling th<
played simulUueously next vacancy left open b> In* Captan
SJlurday anu1 Sunday, the Reekie/ ami Vice-CapUin at the UjDM
divot-digger.- lumed llieir energie* the annual meeting in S
to Challenge Ladder matches v.ith The results of the ChaJlansx
K'ne spectacular rasulU. ladder maUhes during the pavt
Among those to batter Uwll wtjffgi and the eliallenges, mdual
petitions in the stiuggle to reach \u the date thev wan polled
the top twelve before Feu. I. lollow Players arc reminded tbV
when the team which will ro- hallenges must be accep'
pieseni Rockley in Trinidad will leq days of posting or a walk-
be selected, were Colin Thomas, ovsjr conceded
jumped
victories over A. W. Tempro and
Dorian Cole; Ted Henjuniin. wh<
played binvseif intu the first
vWo
by beating Geoffrey huiiw.
MEN'S i. \Dm k
Kes tilts
w Tempro lefeab
Peter Glu dofaatgd V. Hufite.
A Bcnjan in defe.,
I COLOMBUS br.c. Cobrosc-Bus> Woman, 122 lb*. Miss Rosemary
Boon. Jockev O'Nol.
? CARDINAL b.g O.T C Biretta 118 lbs Mr J W Chandler
Jockey Crossley.
i CROSS BOW. b.K. Burning Bow-Chivalry. 130 lbs. Mr. Cyril
Barnard (Hon V C. Gale)
ALSO RAN: Assurance (All 102-1 lbs); Colleton (Singh 109-3 lbs ):
Seedling (Belle 106 lbs )
TIME: 1.571 PARI-MUTUEL Win $3 26; Place $170; $1.44
FORECAST: M 04
START: Good. FINISH Close I length, 1 length
TRAINER: Mr. J. Fletcher
28th Race : FINAL HANDICAPClaaa "A V B" Only f 1.6*9.
($336. $185. $80)71-1 Farlonc-
1 ABU-ALL ch.c. Pernan Gulf-Fair Witness. 122 lbs. Mr. F. E. C
Bethell Jockey Yvonet.
i. LANDMARK, ch.m. Pylon II-Esperance. 133 lbs. Mr. V. Chase
Jockey Singh.
3 PEPPER WINE. b.m. O T.C -Condiment 104 lbs Hon J D
Chandler. Jockey Crossley.
ALSO RAN Castle in the Air (Belle 123 lbs); Demure (Whittak'i
105-. 2 lbs. Harroween (Quested 128 lbs); Yasmten (Newman
110 lbs); Fkrelady (Fletcher 113 lbs.) Sweet Rocket (Lewi*
KJ5+4 lbs.) .
TIME: 1.331. PARI-MUTUEL Win: $3.54; Place $1.54; /I.74,
$2 52)
FORECAST: $18.92
START: Good. FINISH Close 1 head, I length
TRAINER: Mr F E C Bethell
Manning. P. D. McDennotl, who
long and potentially
sensational climb by defeating Mai.......
Cole. Keilh Murphy and William p. i> ,
Grannum. Several others accept- Cole
ed chaliangaa from their pursuer* u Hinkwn defeated
and successfully defended their FttzGerald,
I.ADIKS I. \lilii i;
Inbm
M it Wilson defeated Mis
Mrs V Manning defeatad Mrs.
Simtli
Mrs. Wylu defeated Mrs. N.
Mrs. E. Vidmer defeated Mrs.
\. \l-iliity re.
Mm. II Kiiik defeated Mrs. V.
\ illlIHIK.
Challengea
Novemb-i II Mm Wylle chal-
engtd Miss Atwell.
Mr.* King ehal-
i Mrs Mnclntyre.
NovtmbCl 12 Mrs. Vidmer
i 'i.iilrnged Mrs. Beasley.
bti 13 Mrs. Grace
i Mrs. Smith. _______
lupin.
Arid tutStUlutS II.
I (i K( warm Urn
Rul *|mia>lfK in.ii MUSI Hiflcr

And Son I rWlM Ihrlr ml
l.tka Ihc tin*.- llcorvw tloWi*.
Th*> hiiuld i: No mi 1 do
I b<
By Hotoril I .1
1 iiahl mlo Hrll

The poor than - ihli
hi mi-'

1 ....
Ttin raa
I
apoatorcd by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
a .t/s - lOetiince 11* tM ft ; up
Highland
Queen
SCOTCH WHISKY
'.1H0M0. A CO LID HIDCI70WN MMAM
; \ CUBA \i 1 \ ii / 1 u
1l10Y(,4SMf L
linen
the man's
fabric
Yrs, more and ntorr
i'-nunding
' Moygadirl laln^s f<
ihrn etottw riiese
'iiavabrui air madr in
linen thai l^ klaal for bull
'iwl l.....i-l "'ji h lailon
aasaaal wall aagj ajasssj weal gssj
ideally i ntad H Ihl t "ban oil
ltiOYG/ISttL
SURI CKIAII SIllttINQ ii'i ., SJCg
A. S. BrythVn Sin (llur.Mido*, I i.l.
SaUi Hru MBI -
>::,, :u>* & fag Ll4 .P.O.B.'\ 1704 MASS A V, ,
ti 1 sifrTi*H>'< TnTur-i'iTs'firt Zo'TlVr.'vT**' mi 1
m. i"M,N 1 Vl.LAAD
IHAIllOl
The ladies were almost as active
-,/ith Mrs. Bronda Wilson re.iinnif
No. 1 position by deleatin,; Mi
lasnaal Beasley. while Mrs. Verj
Manning moved upward with a
victory over Mr*. Peggy Smiili in
. White Hat Thursday
While mine ih.in j dozen
1 hiillennes remain outstanding,
UeiUii.n Oaxl week will bt centrr-
ed on the Medal Play Champlon-
ihip and President's Cup events ei Hay'lay"
'" I. OraJa 1 i.d||eni(ed Innias.
November IIMurphy rhal-
Kciih Murphy defeated II
W m U ' d S. T.ippm
coin, rhi.1 .. [eased A W
resnpro
CoUfl Thomas defeated D. Cole.
A. W Tempro defeated D. Cole
Challenges
November Dmy$k haiien^

"i 5Osborn ellalalBg-
ill Nonis.
November 8 -- Atkinson ehalleiig
'hlch will be played "over
holes, eighteen on Sat..'
eighteen 0D StlpdgjJ. The Cham-
oionship will go to the low groas
score as it is one of the two
ratch events contested ..nnually
nnd the President's Cup irfll go
tO the low net score for the two-
round effort.
With nineteen entries already
engert Lisle Smith.
N'oveii ber II McDermott rhal-
enge'l Kellmaii
November 11Beniamin chal-
nge,i Niblock
NoTtmber ll Hinkson chal-
' m 1 Lord Dangan.
rfovenssV 12 Eastham chal-
HlCd, ,1 field of Ihitty <>i more is gtogted King
.-xpected to have signed up before Novembe IB- Cole challennorl
Thursday night, when the entries Tempro.
< lose and n White Hat auction will Novembe: 11 Orannum chaV
m tomUCtad i rd llenji.min nt '< ngod Grace
We'll soon have
that better
with
The collar
for all occasions
Vw, llllll Ifcl '<'" vhtfh kk rllir
wh,h vou *n hrmf run.-ritiion.!
x .> ,! Tfcm <
ii U wo.ni on IBP curvf inc.
fit ihc niiuial ihapr id ihr nkn
i. pirrpiinnally loin wraiint *<*A .1...
Hnart and lomfcwiablr in an
\\<* \xu>x*l nd pronon, I
H womb> tarllilmW mrn ^^rvwherc
Av^l.bkit, ... dtifcrnl
C OINTMENT
Gcrmolene Oinlment soothe?
and penetrates.' Ii protects skin
injuries, rashes, scalds, and
insect biles from the
entry of harmful bacteria,
and stimulates healing.
Keep a tin handy for
family use.
SC.LDS.MSHEJ,
VanHeusen C2
IMt Olid'**. SlHI-STiPf CCKL*" -bbbbbbbbb,!,--!-
o in
Jen?
Hercules
7he Finest Bicycle 8uUt To-day
MUSHMS, Itc.
GBRMOLSNE i <* i at a touch
k Qbtdinanu evervuhtrt.
Sv Ihfin .iiiw m
Barbados Co-operative
Cotton Factor/ Ltd.
Auto Tyre Co.
Trafalgar Store
AND AT ALL LEADING DEALERS
THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND


i'\t.h SIX
SUNDAV ADVOCATI.
HISTORY
goes to
the HEAD
'The Coronation begin* to
' have an influence on
United States fashions.
Jewels emphamise crowns.
iclitt i I .anting one of the
most popular fabrics, and
coronation red-~a deep rubu
Ii a fir''- fashion shade
Some designers, looking
further, hare found ideas In
si'NU.U \u\i\m:.k it,. 1932
with GaadardB Liquid
811 vw Polish lt the
itratltm c leaner than !: Jiut tan)
reratra mm d*liru* aurfttoa of rr pr-
-louaailrer. llkeaome birab pnli*l.ado
Tmwhar Uan ihr tarnt>h <*hirn ||
whlpa ofl to Malty I yet .,
It. t lhn dlvar thai'
MfeNi
at moil good
(inddniil s
gi'IIi si i.vr.it POLISH
with a damson, almond green and
black mixture Is suggested for
.irternoon wear. The dress has a
here are two suggestions from acncM not * the current Dorville collccti. n to1_."/1. ind>dul crop. m* side panel.
howing two up-to-date styles o( Hf",? w.otn ,*n*'> the suit *o
neckline ,njt lhc fur over,P the suit A second, more original used
collar. In this way. the suit will for tartan flannel is for a full
still be wearable long after the length hostess or dinner gown.
lar. illustrated here on drat* of fui fashlon nas d(ed out Th* Ial tere l5 ln ^^ n
line black wool. Obviously taking ilit.-d hndire and full *kirt with
ts Inspiration from the ruff. 8 As a postscript to their eoUgft. AV- rjKS SrlnSna Iron, the
adds an unusual touch to HI Uon, Dorville have deMgiu-d ., h* VX springing trom tnc
otherwise completely pl-in dress, complete section for the young '
rnd makes the perfect foil for working girl, or as she is usually vw jAcai. ; I'laslirs
jawaUtry. Although shown tbtn termed these days, the "Budget" riawiscs*
on a wool dress. It could be made gul These clothes have shed With the British Plastics Ex-
in a wide variety of materials to much of that "utility" look dur- hibttion in London, plastics are
Ull different climates. ing th* past year and now show a once more in the news. One of the
Hv m- of hubImmbI it ik moDB fHlUlful retleetiui, i cur- newest developments Is the use of
Tt5?i H 1 ?,inJ* PJL EL. renl fashion. Suits here follow "clectr:
pllcity of the neckline suggested th mi,Mv- imi.
ing. This latest variation. '-"'
how
(hilriren Get The
World Talking
BY CANOM III Ml HtlKt.1
OXFOKD.
IMI srasaaa from Bagdad had
thi dreamy spires
o; o.*
i us wt the raucous
nurciy-gurdy; the
shriek* from the giant dipper.
Oxroid was having its annual
Si. fiile* Fair lMng in the mul-
i
I i>(president
>f he- count i > National Coun-
Cil fur Soriul Welfare.
i ... h-vo sent 200
delegate- here V the conference1
i national Union of
Family Organisations.
II i- iRsnlicaiit sign of the times.
A Dronf of the importance
arttadfd internationally to t^ree-
thlni>* the stability of marriage,
the fir-ct ion of the famll>. and
the ratpjatofjM of children.
Dr. U.ivic: Mace, pioneer of mar-
riage guidance, links the three:
"A couple unhappily married
I nwUon for their
frustration by over-moU.er.iiK
iii.-ir children. A happy coupl*
u*ll le( their children tree/'
Anj than '"-- tne mesaages the
nations have brought:
nil.f.H M "Bvarj mother here
with ten or more ehlldren gets
medal. A League of Large
Families rvlps a 11 Belgian
pnrenls with four or more chil-
dren."
FRAME has a warning to tho
Welfare State: "Don't steal the
normal funetloni of a family by
n Lich |..itetnalism."
An M.P. from ITALY quotes G. K.
barton a child, is sent to
school for instruction only when
it ts too late to instruct hicm.
What is essential has already
been done, and, thank God.
always by his mothe/."
ABd AMERICA and BRITAIN'
arc teaching the Continentals
III tin- cenference a good deal
iiboul giving children sound
sex education and preparing
adolescents for marriage.
1 welding" for making the
have seams. This makes the traditional
Am
Z53 ,,,,.". ;.. fro '" '"-"^'"i Pta-tod tort* and ray caf tawing nuh ... ploatk
^SletcW^HaHX? ton '""'""able frinKe trimmings are materials old fashioned. Chief
. "TE,J* v!u!?'*"w '?. < '"it pockets. Colours include advantages of the new method are
pocket.-. Colouri include advantages of the new method are
tobacco brown, and shades of blue longer wearing and absence Of
ying from sky to blueberry. perforation marks.
thr fanhiaiittble u ami*> trrnrm
KAYS E fl""'"" **
For PAINTS. VAVNISHKS
and the Useful Household Item*
for the Coming Xtnsi Season
Call At
T. HERBERT LTD ">-*">
1800
ROEBUCK ST. and MAGAZINE LANK
specially
packed tin!
fgSl KLIM
, -iot the halter-neck, but
narrow matching straps.
fhoelaces. The short hallerina-
lemstli dress has firmly cstabltah- Selected f--r special mention are One of the main features of the
d it-ir h an evening fashion, a pinafore dress in a grey and exhiblion was the fashion parade
particularly amon-st those wlio white flecked tweed, which is ai ranged to show the wide use of
prefer to wear evening dress for worn with a matching stole and plastics in clothing. Raincoats in
the theatre. This design, in black white polo-necked sweater, and a plastic materials are intended for
velvet, is quilted all OVa* m a middy-line jumper suit in Black
diamond pattern, trimmed with Watch tartan. It has a flat-pleat-
bows, and had a crinoline kkirt. ed skirt, and a low V-necklinc
For day wear. Dorville .-nVred which can be dressed up with
the fur-tnmmed suits so much either scarves, choker necklaces
ill vogue this season. Most wo- or flowers,
men. who have refused to buy
suits or coats with fur attached And talking of tartan, from theatre coat was in a satin with
becaused they will be outdated P..r^ comes news of gay tartan a delicate filigree pattern.
long before outworn, will be in- flannel invading the cocktail and
terested in Dorville'. practical evening scene. A tartan flannel
CBUiAOlll HILMtT .
valour, en-clad with |ei>tli
-t.,i.
Flop) mi
I' i.ed
FROM SMALL
I'll.'.' MM
ing as well as day wear. The
glamorous evening coats are far
i--moved trom then* prosaic ser-
viceable ancestor, the "mac." A
full plastic satin evening coat.
had contrasting turn-back cuffs
long tuxedo fronts, and
L.E.S.
fAGIBOY CA* Is
tr.rfrntd ilh 0 bflrd.
gold braid.
What's Cooking In The Kitchen
C-ROQL'KTTKS
These
rved l
'. inch wide. Put I ox. of butter
iii a saucepan and when melted
osy croquettes car. be ,,dd the tahlespoonful of floui Ut
ith cocktails or with meat it fry fr a few seconds then add
the glans of milk. Let the
fish, or as a main dish.
Croquettes of Omelette*
F.KK" 3
Salt
Oil or margarine for frying
Butter 1 oz.
Flour 1 heaped tablesr>-onful
Milk I glass not too fall
Pepper
Nutmeg
Breadcrumbs
I beaten egg.
Grited cheese 2 tablcspoonsful
nreadcrurnbs
Oil. margarine or lard to fry.
With the butter, the flour and
the milk moke a very thick
Salt
A hit of lime skin
Sugar 1 tablespoonful
Butter 2 oz.
Egg yolks 2
Breadcrumbs
Oil or lard to fry the croquettes.
BEGINNING!
[T BEGAN aa a drab, emptr
corner of the room. It looked
a llLUe better after the addlUoo
or a simple dox with a shelf,
wallpapered Inside.
I'WO rows of books gave warmth,
and a black wrougnt-lron lamp
(3Hs. 0d.>. Hired with a naif-
shade (around dU), gave
indirect lighting.
A PAIR of wall brackets to match
(53s. fld. each)one each side
of the Qreplaoecompleted the
transformation like title :
Beat the 3 eggs in a bowl and crumbs and fry
auce thicken then add e. season with "salt and
i,?*?p7'. ?nd nulme* 01 ppat Ukd let ii cool. Take the
MM like), l^t li get even thick-: had of spinach, squeeze all the
croquettes, dip them thoroughly and when readv take
ii" in Ihn haalsii mmh U ..it >l_ a.- .-. li *
the kitchen t.tlil.
ompletel.v cold. Then
croquettes, dip them in flour, in shape
- beaten egg, m the bread- In Bo
add 1 pinch of salt. Put liny
Ml "' oil in small frying pan
and add 1 tablespoonful of eggs
at a time making -mall omelettes.
Make as many omelettes as you
can with the three eggs. When
COO) rut them in small stripj
rlth
Own Croquettes
Butter 2 or.
Flour 2 tablespoonsful.
Milk 1 glass
Salt
''oaked spinach a big ball
t'HB' 2
garine. (if you
the
then
the beaten egg it off the fire, take off the
.ant to economise you of the lime and" add" the suear
can use the white of the eggs) the butter and the 2 egg yoUuV
and then in the breadcrumbs.Try Mix well, pour the mixture In a
line, lard or oil as you big dish and let it get cold.
_ Shape some small croquettes dip
BWMl Croquetles them in the brcak:rumba ana
k ' pint fry them in oil or lard, or mar-
in semolina 4 oz. jjarine.
like
**'**,.V.*.'#* -
,'.','.*,'.'.*'+'.'.'<
What's all the fuss ahoUt.
this is Ileinekens !
. . and no need for any set (tl rules lo ruax Ihis
line beer out ol the hollle here's where the fuss
slop* and quality counts Remove the rup. pour
voursell a chilly ulass of IIKINKKKN'S then . .
relax : Man. that's real living . .
Dryer !
Smoother
Mellower !
* Lighter !
. . and good anytime, anywhere, anyhow because
H'g juftt-right Neither too bitter nor loo sweet
am) with an added lest that's the secret of masler
br#)wen. Day or m-ln. hot or cold, you're always
aure of complete enjoyment with HKINKKEN'S !
STOP PAIN^
QUICKLY
with
Phensie
HEINEKEN'S BEER
g M t H v*aa***'.-ssss.::::vssjw*sssvav*
sssssssss ,..:'.:'.:'...*.. vs
The famous threefold action of PHENSIG
'blets RELIEVES PAIN, SOOTHES
NERVES, COUNTERACTS DEPRES-
SION. No matter how iniruM the pain, no
matter how weary your nerve*, how deprtsttd
you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you
relief and comfort, quickly and safely Re-
member this PHENSIC tablets neither
harm the heart nor upset the stomach.
Don't accept substitutes. Keep a supply of
PHENSIC tablets by you I
Phensie
VI
So
satisfying
...this
Chase
&
Sanborn
TWO TABLETS
BRING 0tV/Cjr T-*
RELIEF ^
FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS
HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS &TCHI'S J
V-r, Ii cce with Ih, IrHhng oronio.
the heavenly flavor Ihol makei cveiy lip
o lalitfvmg HaMllliiLi. Wilh Choio &
Sonbofn you get oil the flavor youf cop con
hold. Alt for o l Sanbor.. lodoyr


MMiW VOVEMBIR n', l!M
SVNDA1 ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
WANDERER III SAILS WEST m> about >*
By ERIC C. 1IIH< IKK
Susan and I hurt often t'lowgh:
W*aat delightful mi rwiwu
thini. u would i
..fr ananad the world in our own
mmII Milling ve>*r4 taking our
lime and vis-ting on the wa> all
'h# place* which .' imagined
might be interesting or eaterygn-
ing. Par ion* time this had
eeemed Itkc an unlikely dream of
the Never-Never land; and (hen
Jut year we suddenly realised
that if we wild almost everything
we possessed wt could )u>t raise
enough money to have boat built
specially for that purpose, and to
fit her oui and provision her (or
such a voyage which might lako
tnree or four years. Tin
I make a precarious
writing about sailing and travel
naturally had something to do
with our sudden decision to have
a 90*foot sailing yacht built and to
** how far wc could get in her.
We chose a length of JO feet not
because we consider that Is the
Ideal ttxa for an oeean-go*ng
vessel, but simply because we
could not afford anything larger.
Having owned two previous Wan-
derers, one of wrrcb called at
Harhndos early thin y
natural that we should christen
the new boat Wanderer in She
was completed and bunched in
March, since when we have ltred
aboard her without spending one
single mght ashore
Now. if yea. ever come to plan
year voyage around the world,
you will quickly und that you
need something more than an
atlas, for although on u map the
sea always looks calm and bluet
and free from danger*, it Is in
line beat against a wild
her progress is then verj stow
uti unrerrJorttfisb-. ao g
we s/OtAd of the
north-east trade um'.m
Indies and on through the Pana-
ma Caasal to th< Pacific where we
lire proportion of
tine weather and fail winds until
.earing Australia. Beyond that
we made na definite plans, but we
hoped to *ail up inside the tireal
Barrier Iteef through Torres Strait
lo the Dutch Eas; I- dial Si nun-
I | Ceylon before
south to the Cape of Good Hope.
The south-eat t bark wind in the
1 .ig<- wil then bring ul
to the West Indie* again on out
Way to New York, .i id from there
the great westerlies will carry u
home to England.
It )> 4 long, long way. and o*
eourse we may never succeed, but
our mOM immediate problems
notorious Day of Biscay
and the Weat Indk.ii hurricane
aeason. The fanner decided our
time of departure from England
towants the end of July, so as to
be clear of (he Bay before 'he
autumn gales set in; but as one
should not arrive on the western
ltd* of the AVantle before Novem-
ber so as to avoid any risk of en-
countering a stray hurricane, we
would have plant* of time lo cruise
along the Spanish :md IVirtutfueso
coasts and among the off-lying
Storing up the yacht for such
an undertaking ah we had in mind
also needed a good deal of plan-
ning and forethought Obviously
we could not carry enough tinned
provisions for the whole trip, but
we wished lo mkr M much as we
WANDERER IXL the Klaeeefc's 30 foot yseht tailing home. They plan to sail Around th* world in nei
ERIC HI8COCK. whs bs* written several books on Cruising, typos out
this art.rle for the "Advocate" in the caMB of Wanderer Hi in Car
iwle Bay.
reality vary rarel) smooth, in
places U is studded with danger-
ous rocks and shoal*, and there
are periods when it s unsafe to
tall in certain areas because of
hurricanes, cyclones, tornados mid
other bad weaUier systems. So be-
fore laving your plans in any de-
tail, you will of course make a
careful Btlldy of the wind and cur-
rent charts of the oceans you
intend to cross, and of the Pilots-
pa the books of sailing directions
for all seas and coasts are called.
Thai Is just what wc did. and Bkeft,
having mapped out a rough route
we got the large scale charts and
found out which of the countries.
stands and harbours wc wished to
erg suitable for a crafi eg
small as ours, and what dangers
We would ha**1 to circumnavigate.
U surelv Is n fiij.cin.ding occupa-
tion, and it filled mast of our spare
moments while Wand-rrr HI '-
liking shape hi the bin.
We dec dea to make 0
west aboui so as to kgap .. nun."
: : hi warm lal *
In We trade winds; there are <*
an iibnost a-rmanent aature an*,
blowing aaoetly from an easterly
direction, would be fair for our
purpose Although a sailing veagtl
could und room for because of tho
foreign currenc) difluhiltiea: our
minimum requirements should bo
at least enough to take us to Bar-
bados, where we could re-provis-
lon tor the passage to Panama and
on towards New Zealand. So bc-
. foic leaving England we took
aboard tinned meat, fruit, vege-
rnllki biscuits and many
other things. When tlic eases con-
t.vnmg these came aboard at
('owes it seemed at first impossi-
ble that we rmild ever I
n has good
atom ge spac-, and
D| was disposed Bach
1 Hf. riid space was num-
i | in book '.' i
the contents of each, then
as our sti u we crossed
each tin off one by one so that at
BJ moment we might kimw
oxactly how much remaim-ii. [fl
addition we carried as much fresh
i thought
would keep together with flour,
rice, sugar, and other dry pro-
visions. We earned 70 gallons of
fresh water in three separate
tanks, each of which could l>o
filled or drawn from independently
of the others, so that if one were
to spring a leak or its contents
were to go bad we would not lose
tho tot. We also loaded photo-
P Iftti alms brom ui papei .mo
irteaireil enough for three lo
four years, as well as a large
supply ul toilet and medical
I l'tt*llA-
But that was only one side of
the alure* probi we had to carry spate* of ajMRB
kind, for we did not know when
or where we might be able to re-
place anything worn or damaged.
Spare hemp and wire rope and
c.iiivus, twine, shackles nnd all
the other rigging ui
burners, prickers and BgeptaB for
the paraffin cooking stove, chim-
ii.- and wicks for the lamps;
spare parts for the w.c. bilge and
sillcy pumps; paint and varnish
enough for three reilU. cafpgf)-
terf .md engineers' tools; nails,
strews and bolts of all sizes; bat-
teries for the wireless | I
and pawls for the aneet and hal-
% .r.i wim Ive But there' 1
sure I need not continue wit:i the
list, for you have only to imsuine
for yourself the thousand and
i BSg del hgl I
If you knew that all the shops
were going (n he close for a
period of at least four m
srrr- for perhsns four years.
a peat day for us v-be.t
little Waiion-i slipped qUie.iy
away out of the Suteiit .miw
unnoticed. We had done .ill we,
Ewuubiy could to prepare her for
it voyage, and now it was up to
us to make our dream come true.
Light, baffling winds retarded
our progress down the English
Channel for -everal days, and
then a fine strong norilicrniy
came along to drive us on our
way to Ushaiit the turnuig
point for ships off north-west
Prance. But there it died to leave
us wallowing in the grey, oily
swell, so, with the crisp b.ead
and cheap wine of Prance egg)
much in our thoughts, we dnfteo
and motored t"Wanderer" *.as
tiny engine of 4 h.p> for just soak
-. i. de Brest
where we anchored off
whitewashed village and the
only sound a-as the hum
and the distant dronr of a thresh-
an machine.
For ten day- we enjo
easy-going life in Irano
the .inti-cyclone with It* light
variable airs drifted
then we put to sea determined to
reach Spain without further de-
lay. But a change for the ejarge
bad come over tiie weuthcr. a
succession of depressions a ith Vow
hurrying clouds and iain swept
in from the Atlantt, and "Wan-
derer" had feer first taste of bad
F .'!!>-eight lour*
he lav hov<-to while a real Bay
of Biscay gale blew its hardest;
, t from one great sea
which came aboard befoi ,> aha
v,as properly hove-to, filling the
cockpit and burying Ihe deck so
that for a moment only th" un-
turned dinghs- and the ventilating
cowls could be seen
SSsSttfthg mass of green water. sh<
e rematri-
ed in the cabin cooking, eating.
sleeping und reading. B<
out a gale in small racks! i ne
an CxpericiKe OffM '' I
repeat; the Bjeggg
breaking against the egfggg
side, and the ceaseless. seme
howling of the win.i .
?ing, coupled ilh tne \*/
motion, tend to lower the moiale;
after a few hours we longed fur
Ihe return of better weather. .
gleam of sunshine and peace. But
ev.nm.dly that gale blew itself
out as gales always do, and after
six days and nights ut sea we
reached El Ferrol on the north-
west coast of Spain.
We stayed a fortnight in that
ouintry where everyone e met
eemaa very pleased to see
' aJdng day saaV along the coast
w i 1 h nearly
i> night in a snug port. From
m.ide .t m>n-slop 2M-
'i ile pasaagw down the tnhospi-
# Ob Page It
I'll kl I KIR 141 BY VAN-
liOAKll' Hum tn give reliable,
ina baaing erytce OB any type
rf wash .n an* type of eieathtp.
Lkat Vasegasarel offers you power.
luggadoee- with
EDI AKHY1NR CAPA-
CITY at the same M.iatr Ring
4294 aasd let CHELSEA GAHAUfc
;.T1 prove b) .i demonstration
.hat Vanguard is your best Pickup
uy for peaver, performance,
.vonomy and durability'
rAKTY-TTME CREATIONS BV
ItrTTINAB creations for run
and flattery, burn of a flair
lor the future, and with an fase-
>f-care urigSBallty to whirl you
hr>ugh Decembers formal te-aaou
and confidence The
fashion-wiae woman who loves
.Ustuwtive linos plus all lha new-
est of fashion detailing will find
her every wish fulfilledBy Bet.
inas of Crttystooe tph MI>.
A PAGE OUT OF SANTAS
BOOK and there we were In his
nvti aShowroum brimful with
taaeuiatlngi variety of rnechaiiical
Toys and amusing Novelties
crackers and bulging Stockuiga.
-bile Xmaa trves ladru wiul
parkUng Daeoratlotu and .i hogt
deiixbtfui ChBdieja
hurd the walls above Scoot-
ers and Model Curs well, it |l
-n't the HTX>S CO-OP COTTON
FACTORY SHOWROOM!
MWS BY THE YARD' brought
lo you through the courtesy of
George Sahely & Co. ill'ikis)
Ud. 27 Broad and 19 Swan Sheet-
Ovaiantred pure Irisli Linen, line
arm woven into soft. m''l|ow
tegture..in choosy colour range.
Mf wide t S3 10 A garden
^election of beautiful Flowered
materials (lovely Silks too) trash
out of the wrappings ending
News by the Yard' at SahclvV
M> I HIM, LIRE IT FOR PER-
SONAL FREHHNENH FLORA-
LINE, the Toilet Water that gives
you the utmost pleesur- h<>m
rragrance This light version of
The Bornn Bay Rum Co's. fine
range of local products is meant to
I*1 used lavishly .to splash on ad
lb to dash on after your bath.
to gat pleasure from any way you
e/fehl A modern idea in personal
daintiness, Floralene makes a
me*t appreciated C.ift
SV*LT IVTLKLtm. Bi HI.Al h
MAGIC how t me I
sooner dO >ou open a tlD
derful no, delightfully dlltiaW
Black Magic Chocs than ona
eager mouthful Kwds lo another.
.md another . and another ana
then the tall-tato rustle of paper
orry. folks! did mc>a to aave
one for you. But then, someone'.-
sure to have you on their Black
Magic t V 1 .ii.i li lb ikasf
i :in- tmgfj
a a e
tANAIM-N NRHEHT IK ELEC-
TRIC RANGES AT THE IYK-
TRAL KMPOR1I M ntodjell W
Superior to suit your part'culai
needs! Two ($78) and three <$2
84) plate Table Models eejBRMi
with Oven. Juet plug em in llki
your iron! A handy Power Mis
vSM.40) to halve youi nuxing
lime and effort, extract fiuii
jukcb. at dick of switch* Han
Dryers m this inter, sling ramie at
Central Fuundiy Ltd. ph.42UU.

IKTERKHTING R4MIKA TO READ
amid huhday beauty
eicape fiom cltifled routine, as a
soodbye lo a traveller, but above
all. the Advocate Stationery sug-
nests a book as the fascinating
Gift for Christmas! Come on In
nave a look fact. fun. fiction
books to match the mood and
manner of every man! Whil-
clieek on Gift Stationery and
Room Decorations al Ad1
Stationery.
A LITTLE PAINT MARCH A
LOT OF mi i i i:i m and
Plantations Ltd. are prepared to
nack that with an ample supply
of fine paints, varm-hes. enamels
and distempers in a pleasing
i ange of colours. Time. loo. to
brute, sunshine light Into the
home for Christmas, add new
ii.nin and beauty with horoo-
hrighteninv paints from Ptan-
l.td iih 44(Hl. 4534
LISTERS ARE HERE AGAIN!
It's the taster Lighting! plant.
popular throughout Barbados and
iiedaily in the countryside for
'he highly reliable and economical
latter method of generating your
own cur runt for home or indus-
trial use Dnvn >% the Lister
Diesel Engine the 2 t, K W Start-
O-Matle 110 Volts A C. and 3 KW
"Ian Is aje supplied by THE
it MitiMin- uiiMim
.
jablllljl wggg
JmV1 figure in
maidenjprm's
Orejg-ture*
aVW arae! Hare's the firm. Hat
taring support io give roaj
really dreamy figure .. .to makr
your ailhouetlr i ml* fa-hinn-
abls! Discovri Orel bsrVl lift.
as lovellnrs* !)>! In *oar
ba.erk. fahn.,.
Geauaae Maidenform Uratsi-
asaaaraesadr onl* inllirl oiled
taataa mi Ames ke
ka mm'i/r/i/f/rm
for evary type ot hgure.
To
keePfith
Healthy, happy ramilies take BNO'S
" Fruit Salt Plcasani, refreshiaf
" Pnik Seat" is the gentle correcOve
most of us need to keep the system regular. EN'O'S it P"*Jy
auiuble for children-anJ fat anyone with adelicate stomach. ENO S
aeseJy relieves over-acidity, a most frequent cause o( indigestJoo,
hfartburn anal natulence. li soothes and settle* the stomach upset by
unsuitable food or drink. A dash of'ENO'S at any tune of day soakes
Bpgrtlipg, invigorating health-drink. Keep ENO'S bandy I
Eno's
Fruit Salt
RgSMB LAI *TION.
sn | in UbW its.
an in. sstsv
INDtGBSTiaM. *
Sold in bottUa for
lifting frtshnfM.


PACK i li.ill
SUNDAY ADVOCATL
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 152
BAfpDOS,^
ADVOCATE
r---------
Sunday. November lb. 152
FA.\tl MOLASSES
THE slump m mIm of Barbados Fancy
Molasses to Canada this year has been a
cause of anxiety to everyone engaged in if
production, packaging and marketing. It
is obvious that a total sale of approximate-
ly one half less than last year could not be
viewed with equanimity by those engaged
in the industry'- The visit to Canada on
Thursday of three representatives of
B.E.M.A.the marketing association of all
the island's exporters of fancy molasses
will have surprised no one who was aware
of the falling sales in our exports of fancy
molasses. The representatives have gone
to Canada to survey the entire situation of
the Canadian market for fancy molasses
and they will report to B.E.M.A. on their
return on what step* should be taken to
ensure the retaining of the Canadian
market. The decision to send representa-
tives to Canada was hastened because the
normally greatest buyer of Barbados fancy
molasses not only made no purchases from
here this year but actually took in a tanker
filled with the equivalent of 2,000 pun-
cheons of Cuban fancy molasses. The ar-
rival of bulkshipped fancy molasses in
Canada from another Caribbean sugar
island could not but have a disquietinr
effect on the exporters of Barbadian fancy
molasses It would, however, be rash to
suppose that iK-cause Cuban bulk-shipper:
fancy molasses are being bought in Canada,
the sales of Barbadian molasses in pack-
ages cannot continue for many yeai>
longer. The representatives of BEMA. who
will make an extensive tour of Canada and
are expected also to visit the United Sta^
are going to Canada with open minds. They
want to discover at first hand the reasons
for the extraordinary low sales of Barba-
dian fancy molasses in Canada this year
It is possible that their findings will hav<
some reference to the need for bulk-
shipment from Barbados if some of Iht
Canadian market is to be retained. But it
is also possible that they will discover other
reasons for this year's low tales.
So many factors operate in the market-
ing of fancy-molasses that it would be im-
prudent to suppose that bulk-shipment
and only bulk-shipment can guarantee the
maintenance of the Canadian market for
Barbadian molasses. It is true that ship-
ment in packages is much more expensive
than shipment in bulk The Hon. H. A.
Cuke In' a memorandum published as an
appendix u> the report of the committee
appointed to enquire into all aspects >!
the fancy molasses industry in Barbadr*
revealed that wherens the cost at that time
of shipping 100 gallons of molasses in bulk
was $3.60. the cost of shipping 100 gallons
in packages was $27.43. The cost of pro-
duction >f fancy molasses today is almost
double that of the price quoted f.o.b., to the
Canadian buyer in 1946 and the present
f.o.b., price quoted today is almost three
times what it was in that year. Besides the
increased price of Barbadian fancy molass-
es the Canadian importer has to consider
also the effect that a rising standard of
living in Canada has on the buyers of fancy
molasses. The Canadian retailer of fancy
molasses has to sell the product to the
Canadian housewufe in attractive pack
ages and has to advertise the product if
the housewife is not to buy sugar or some
other competitive syrup. The higher the
costs of the Barbadian fancy molasses to
the Canadian importer the more aggresMVt
will the salemanship of the Canadian re-"
tailer have to be. The adoption of bulk ship-
ment would have a spectacular effect on
the cost the Canadian importer would have
to pay because $23.83 would be saved on
every 100 gallons shipped. On the othi i
hand bulk shipment could not be intro-
duced suddenly without creating much un-
employment locally.
The future of the fancy molasses indus-
try is not a subject for idle speculation.
Those in in the industry particularly
those employed in the industry must be
aware of the changed conditions of the in-
dustry. They must realise that no action
taken locally can prevent unemployment
if the market for fancy molasses goes. The
low sales of this year's production of fancy*
molasses have given clear warning that
the market for tancy molasses is not what
it used to be. The reasons for these low
sales are to be discovered by the represen-
tatives of BEMA who left last week for
Canada on a fact-findsig mission. While no
one can say in advance what reasons will
be discovered and what recommendations
will be made, there can be no doubt that
the representatives' first concern will be to
preserve as far as is possible the market
which Barbados fancy molasses has en-
joyed for many years in Canada. The very
fact that their mission has been necessary
is evident.*- enou h that this is no time for
optimism or dogmatic assertions about
what must be done ;f 'hi- industry* is to
maintain a high level >i exports The repre-
sentatives hav. gone to find out and every-
one must hope that their findings will Lead
to an increase of fancy molasses exports
next year.
PUBLICITY
THERE are two kinds of publicity:
favourable and unfavourable. The public-
ity which Barbados spreads about itself
out-lit, if we want to attract capital or visit-
ors here, always to be favourable. As far
as visitors are concerned it can be said that
the publicity which Barbados is given by
the publicity committee, the hotel and club
proprietors and the Hotel Association is
always favourable. As far as attraction of
capital is concerned Barbadians need to be
much more reticent and to run down the
island less than they do among themselves.
In recent years Barbadians have been too
prone to give their island a bad name and
too reluctant to point out its advantages
over all other British Caribbean islands.
Some of the smear campaign which Bar-
badians spread unthinkingly abroad about
their own island has taken effect to such an
extent that the island is in danger of losing
capital investment at a time when it needs
it urgently. Fortunately not everyone takes
ao pessimistic a view of the island and its
possibilities. The bank which is in process
of building a modern air conditioned
building in Broad Street would hardly have
incurred so large an expense if it consid-
ered that Barbados was as hopeless a place
to live in as many Barbadian detractors
make it out to be. Faith in oneself is neces-
sary before confidence can be communi-
cated to others and there have been several
instances in recent years of outsiders com-
ing into Barbados and running successfully,
enterprises which local Barbadians would
never have attempted because of their
fundamental lack of confidence in the
island and its potentialities.
The danger of swaying from one extreme
to the other is ever present and Barbados
still suffers from the influences of narrow-
minded persons whose standards and
knowledge are based on the limits of this
small island.
But while Barbados "know-allness" must
always be regarded with suspicion it is
quite different from the informed criticism
of those who criticise the island for not
following their advice and are almost pre-
pared to see the whole place go up in smoke
just to prove themselves to have been right.
Today the future of Barbados hangs
poised in the balance. If we can find a
formula for co-operation there is no doubt
that we can continue to maintain for Bar-
bados a name superior to that of any
neighbouring Caribbean island of equiva-
lent size. But if sectional or party interests
cannot be submerged in the interests of the
community as a whole: if on one hand there
is suspicion of motives and on the other an
ineradicable conviction that no progress
can be made there will undoubtedly be no
progress and there will be fertile ground
for breeding discontent.
The need for Barbadians to agree more
among themselves is perhaps easier to un-
derstand if it is considered in the light of
unfavourable publicity from outside. Bar-
badians are by now acclimatised to the
cheap Trinidadian gibes about Barbadians
and themselves lose no opportunity to poke
fun at the'"mudheads" of British Guiana.
But this is very healthy fun as between
cousins, whom we know will always come
and visit us for the simple reason that
neither Trinidad nor Britisl. Guiana can
offer the holiday attractions which make
this island so popular with Trinidadians
and British Guianese.
It is quite another thing when a writer
and traveller paints a picture of Barbados
in an influential trade publication of North
America which will not be regarded
locally as very favourable publicity lor the
island as a tourist resort. In Travel Trade
for August-1952 an unnamed writer in an-
IWts- to an invitation from the Alcoa
Steamship Company describes Barbados
as "quite flat", ft has, he says a "formal and
tather circumscribed resort atmosphere."
The hotels are "fairly expensive at all
seasons". Social clubs are not easily access-
ible. "The island is singularly conservative
in its traditionalism and the visitor must
lend himself to a higher degree of acclim-
atization than elsewhere in the Caribbean."
If this kind of commentary did not appear
in an American travel trade magazine op-
posite the advertisement of a luxury air
conditioned hotel in Panama, it might be
dismissed as the unfortunate impression of
a traveller and writer whom the Barbados
Publicity Committee appear to have missed.
But tourism is too valuable to the island
for this kind of publicity to go unchecked.
V\e will never of course be able to have
100 per cent, protection against the critic-
ism of those who form hasty impressions
and we ought never to ignore the exist-
ence of criticism. We would, however, find
it much easier to ickite the propaganda of
those who dislike us at first sight if we
presented a united front to the outsider.
It matters very much to all of us what the
outsider will think of Barbados. If they
think of us as a happy collection of human
beings each pulling our weight and adding
to the achievements of the last three hun-
dred years, we will have no difficulty in
attracting capital and visitors. If we wear
pur disunity on our sleeves and show visit-
ors how little we agree among ourselves we
shall give ourselves a bad name which will
stick for generations.
KdWi.lion .Vt>
Need For I hanged On I look
TODAY I'\e come to the end of J chapter which ha* good* or wen/ict* or bu> from
to me been extremely interesting and to say the le;i *",'L"tt.r, whit
enlightening. My contention that the Richmond School* ^X'aSTJZSZ.^n Z
were Elementary and not Secondary has been vindicated ^n^ned io communicate with or
by the subsequent circumstances, and I now let readers . mtptoy or to *irk for or t-_ be
of this column know that Mr G D. Griffith, Headmaster employed by an ignoramu.7 As it
of Providence Boys' School has been appointed to the *-day "> Barb-do* we are
Richmond Bovs' aaTucWd -with a type of youngster
iI SESby ?, that th. .pp..: '.menu St the Richmond *J*~ <"l>'""% JST^i
ttuasl* wu both inter.iing and dt-hmU In order to "palm- them his manhood or P**8*"* hl*
mluhtc-ning interring from the off as Secondary. right ifi by an aggressive altitude
joint of view of the cut and thrust Let me here invite Ihose who indicated by unprintable lan-
>f public debute but mom than have spoken to me to write to the guage. Watch them sign their
iiut that. It was to me in* .up- pmm and express their view, be- names.
aort of a good cause. Then* can cius.- mere ts> stilt the appoint- Education alone can eradicate
* htile of greater value than the ment of a successor to Mr*. Gnfntn this. Let us have a working class
*SSMl7 .^"f-,000 * * ' *> Girls' School next lerm. with a sound elementary training.
JXo? SL?!.lS-2i rn\ ^"J Af',n My ,l ,s ,n """""'T able to distinguish between the
*nd,.?..*hrn..11 is their only link icnoot nd a hea<*m.Mre or ^lbly lrue and the obviously
ipress themselves clearly
:a1culate their earnings
without help. This is the bsls for
th building of any progressive
Ui civilisation.
In
assistant from one of the elornen- faUa i0
community where the uu> schools should be appointed "rf i*
durations! system provides for
de Nursery School, the Kinder-
garten School, the Junior School,
Kn lightening
die Primary School, the Senior what
School, the Grammar School and |0 tind tho
nlightenlng to me
and enlightened people. Ago
^nxay ihc Orammar School and m tind that there are .till Ihou- grouping and 1U trapping* arc
-ho University, it might be ea.y sands of intoHir,chi people in this not conducive to this happy state
u> correct the error made or to island who are afraid to express of society. It was abandoned in
make up for the omission :n a their opinions. Some who see TrlnWad. It should be abandoned
-hiid. education. wrong only when it touches them here
In Barbados many men and Pcr*n*"y- ur*,<* other, to fight on Parents, teachers and employ.
women who have the requlslt %*\ ^'V* '" Jh'l1n*il. h2~ ers shoulil now )oln ' P0"**"-
Xt,on because "lcir on? a^ashlrr^.^ "# *'" rmtl *" " nmy
-hanco in life lay in the Clemen- ?.r" 'SE^laS rfumlsof "uPlls an> w"llnK tlm" and Uk"
ary school. They lost it and KL22L V '-----------------1"'~* '*"'""
ost everything. <5an we afford to V." !? "
rifle with .0 serious a matter? !"'t*d Jjg
>i people like M
elt that my criticisms were un-
srranted and Mr. Adam* who
tald that they were utterly
usilncd. reflect for one moment
irui I know that they will Join
ne. The nehl has been interesting
to be
hoots; others "are in"- <"*" " "ub*t- ""^ foundation^
! mvited to send *" such cases, was not good
their children there. Still a "bough or the teaching faulty. The
h0 smaller (thank heaven* number low figures of the Evening Insti-
, lus.lt> themselves as being pri- tute passe* and the absence of
_ vately educated and judging by any from Codrington College
" the results it must nave been should serve as an eye openT.
vary private education because I rn going to suggest In the near
Ki.owab-.ul it. future that the two Inland
The same thing done in poli- Scholarship, now tenable at Cod-
1 Those who have
noral support will share with mo
given me 1,cn b* Mr* Ada musl he ne rington should bo diverted to the
educat
nrcles
This .mug University College of the West
the utmost latisfaclion at seeing eomplaccnt attitude must go and Indie, where at lenst we would
he r^hool managers of St. Leon- people must realise thai the edu- get some passes. If thl. is not
rdi put an end to this "torn- nation of every other Barbadian suitable I suggest that S.P.G..
'oolerv" of trying to get teachers effects them. In the days to come through the Lord Bishop, change
*m Secondary Schools to de- you will either employ them or the whole staff,
note themselves by accepting be employed by them, sell tnem .T.e.b.
The Unemployed
Evcrv now and then some
politician tell-s US tl|it there are
Aousands of people unemployed
.n Barbados, The phrase trips
aslly from the tongue and is sure
:o win chorus of aye* and a
isndful of head nodding, from
.he gallery. But no one know,
low man) unemployed person."
here are in Barbados.
The live register of unemployed
(fpt by the Department of Labour
ecorded only 1.922 at the end of
September. But this register does
not record all unemployed per-
xm., and some of those who refi-
ster ought more properly to be
recorded as under-employed or
unemployable..
The hysterical approach lo un-
employment which Is made by
loliticlans seeking to achieve pop-
ularity 1. not going to assist those
ho are trying to decrease unem-
ployment In Barbados. What If
vanted Is a cool appraisal of the
situation as it exists today and a.
't is likely to ex'st in future* This
-ocil appraisal of the situation
-annul be made so long as con-
fusion exists as to what i> mean'
S> unemployment.
Can unemployment for Instance
M ild to exi.l In Barbauoa at all,
*hcn almost every person on tho
live register could be employed in
ian Domingo if arrangement, be-
tween the government of Barba-
dos and San Domingo could bv
concluded and the unemployed
could jwh th* physical and oUieD
test, ^s-hich the Don in lean em-
ployer, would requ re" It all
depends as Professor Joad would
say, on what we mean by un-
employment. When the politicians
really describing under -employ-
ment. This arises from two main
.-.uses: first, the nature of the
*ork and secondly, the dlspoM-
,ion of the worker.
Some workers who are w Ihng
!o work for six days of the week
cannot And work which will
xcupy tiii'n. for six da,ys of every
weeks in the year. Other work-
ers do not want to work ever-
neck in the year: they want part
time employment or they do not
like work and know how to exist
without it.
Befotf we become til-tempered
-iTiet morally superior about the)
Utter category we ought to realise
that high material standards of
living which are obtained by hard
work are not neevsarUy desired
Bj even ine lio live In humble
lurroundings. Possessions do not
bring happiness and there are
many who count thenvelves
B* (.i-uriK- Huni>
olesaed with a imple life in some
remote cOUn:r> ustnet nto which
ute benefits -:id evils of 20lh
rentury atom:, life nave not yet
,. iietraled.
While however we must make
allowance for those wn enjoy the
simple life of the country unspoilt
u> artificial desires and free from
the ugly influence of greed, we
must realise that not .11 the
under -employed are useful citi-
/ns. There is oo doubt that many
person, who ar.t attracted to the
cily fall by the wayside and fail-
ing to secure regular emplov.nen'
discover ways and .-neans if earn-
ing something in "underemploy-
ed" loot There cou.d be no more
important ocrupallor 'or social
welfare worker, to follow than
the establishment of contact with
these under-employed rind subse-
ouent persuasion of si many as
possible ntner to return to tho
land or lo make use of any focilt-
' provided by ihe Evening In-
*tltote fur learning a sk'lled
trade.
Some persons think that Barba-
dos* underemployed position i*
clearly connected with ihe lack of
a technical mstilute at which
young men and women can bo
trained for employment here and
abroad. The preoccupation with
tcsdemic education has resulted
already In the creation of top-
heavy bureaucratic government
structures which are draining
away the revenues of the Carib-
bean governments at a time when
only Increased production result-
ing from technical "know-hnw"
can provide greater employment
opportunities. The growth of
academic education has been fol-
lowed by the Inevitable growth
of demands from the academic
products of the schools for social
aeeurity standards of life based on
thai envied by university under-
eTBduntrs in London and other
c-ntres of learning.
The fact that educational grants
and "holarships have been acces-
sible 'o all has prevented the
majority of the "non-academic"
products ;>t the schools from feel-
ing frustration or resentment at"
the educational status quo Every-
one has a rhsnee id enjoy the
sweets of academic Uceess. To-
day there Is a welcome sign that
the majority are beginning to
realise that the concentration on
acdcmlc education has been de-
priving 'hem of opportunities for
otqiilrng technical skills without
Vhleh the* cannot hope to achieve
he material standards which they
nave been encouraged to aspect
But lecnmcal eaucauon or tm
creation of a technical insunui-
csnnot alone solve Barbados
i.tome uiitier-employment pus.- i
Hon. Only an imperial policy
based on utilization of the hm-
piro's manpower wherever It can
do .otiiiu will ensure tnat Isaroa-
oians or o.ner West Inaans win
t* given employment opportuni-
ties in other countries.
So lung as Barbadians rcuun
the good name wnich they sun
enjoy outside the island, Uiey can
coimdenuy expect to find employ-
ment opportunities in the UAftssJ
States, 3-m Donungo, Surinam oi
other countries where there are
Insufficient supplies ol labour. Bui
it would be unrealistic to imagine
that Barbados or Ihe rest of the
West Indies could provide cm-
pto/ment for Laraa numbers of
(rchiiiciuns leaving a technical
college each >ear. Unless tne
United Kingdom and other coun-
tries are prepared to recruit tech-
nicians from Barbados withuut
any discrimination, a technical
college will become yet another
burden for the taxpayer to sup-
port.
In an address to the Cambridge
Mimimv school Mr. Roy Lewis
specifically spoke of the Went
Indies in a general review of the
"Man Power Requirements of Big
Dominions".
"The West Indies", he said,
'probably have a surplus popula-
tion of 200,000. What are we io
do? Wo call Ihem citizens. We
complain thai we are shorl of
manpower. Wo find that unless
we can bring people Into Britain,
we cannot send people out lo
niamtain those typical links which
arc Hummed up in the tendency
for men and women of British
origin ... to speak of this island
ms Home. Are we to allow
that link lo weaken? But if wi
don'tare we to refuse jobs to
those whose passports are marked
"citizens of UMC and Colonies"
but whose skins are black or
hrown?"
It is no good talking of a multi-
racial Commonwealth unless ihere
Is freedom to move rnd work
within Uml Common wealth. The
l'iuted>Kingdom cannot compel
other Dominion* to do what she
does but there is no doubt what-
ever th.,t Shc could If ihc wanted
to provide greater employment
opportunities for trained Weal
Indiam.. No other solution to our
long term under-employnient
problem is likely to be found.
Sitting On The Fence
lOUIJ I1AI.FOUR of Inchry*;'-, .
mii m ,p*rch. ih.i .m.t Kalicr-, wftr a croup of vaunK ""
use as what they called "units of
pleasure per hour" enjoyed dur-
i the day.
They .greed that if 100 unit-
represented paradise on earth.
2025 units would mean suicidal
ure per hour
Walk out for refreshment. For
pleasure anticipated award 20
. Min-iuai ^ffl* Jor .P"*""!* realised an-
mlsery. and 65/70 units a very her 20 units. Totel now back to
happy day Indeed.
liar* Is a record of your Uncle
70
Well-known bore walks in.
-" g." Units drop to 50. Bore.
windowpane
morn
Look.
apj
-nor m n
Bore
Believing It lo be a day off with
nothing to do, wake feelUig happy
and ut So unusual, award Mb*
90 pleasure units straight away.
Moment later r-alise it is work
day. Not so happy. Subtract five ;'mru'* >
units. Light cigarette before ris-
ing Stomach rebels. Cough. Not
tit. Subtract another five units.
Total now 80.
ou can call it a good
Units drop back to 30
wiys "I think this will
.. .uu" Unit, down to 25.
Ikwe-'ays "It mad me laugh, any-
wsyr Units down to 20. Bore
Xys,"It seems there was an irlsh-
n with n very clever dog Units
tumble to five. (Beginning to
least like panic on Stock Kx-
Look forward to early morn- change.* liore continue. "Of
>g tos. Add five pleasure units. t.,ur>e. I can't do the accent."
While absorbed In new.paper.. Unit, quiver at uero
forget to put tea In pot. nwn, Bui bore says "111 do my best."
up of hot water and milk, i jb- j -dtg zero.
ract (toe units. Total stti: 00.
Hooray Find an Idea. Award Tn' T.llr
cir ten units After one hours lon,c lalk
vork idea no good. Curse and WHY are vou glaring at the
throw away. Subtract 20 units. ni-n sitUng opposite in the crowd-
ToUl now 70 ,.,, * taktng vou to lh,
rind another idea After one You do not even know him. Ife
hour', work, seem, hbehou. has ncv donc you any harm
Curse and throw w.v Subtract Then why tll) vou ,Urv at hlm?
28 units Find third idea Two it not because you hate him. It
hours' work. Seems indecent. bseause you hate yourself
Curse and throw away. Subtract Perhaps you hate yourself be-
Total now 30, near cause your work is distasteful. h-
20
suicidal misery point.
ause you have not succeeded in
a competitive world, because you
have not been smart enough to
1ft yourself out of the rut and
leave the drudgery to others.
Perhaps you hate the manager
at your office because he bas been
smarter than you. Perhaps voi,
hate yourself for not taking "the
opportunities he has taken Per-
haps for years you have been
wanting to tell him what vou think
of him. and hate yourself for not
laving the courage to do so.
If these are your thoughts, don't
Mame jourself for being dunce
It Is not your fault. People are
born that way Don't blame the
manager for being smart. People
are born that way too. And how
And If you are still glaring at
that poor man opposite, don'l
blame him for putting hi. tongue
out at you. Hi. patience is ex-
hausted.
With this new, refreshing angle
on your troubles Iry giving him
your most winning smile. If he
hits you with his umbrella because
he thinks you are laughing at his
hat, you have only yourself to
blame.
Someone like you must alwayt
b* an ass.
Someone tike pou at the bot-
tom of the class:
Someone like yffu must alirays
take the blame,
Muif ohrous be Ihe stepping
tone trhile ofhers climb in
fame.
Bur clrrer men. like manager*.
who tcorfe by day and niohr.
Get chronic indipestioa .
and If SMTr-es them damn
well riB*f.
LJT.S.
CONGOLEUM
In KOI.is f, Feet and t Feel Wide
CUT TO VOl'R ll n< I ll
MATS ''ll x 9 Ft and Ft. x IS Ft.
ALSO
FIBRE MATS
PLAIN AND DKCOKATED
I* 4 **lses
and
OIL CLOTH
si
WILKINSON HAYNEb CO.. LTD.
Successors To
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
TbOB, 441!. 4487 BECKWITH 8TORES

by HMV. Polygon, Colom-
bia, MGM featuring top
artists Sinatra .. Como ...
Kckstein . Doris Day . .
Jo Stafford . Beneke .
George Shearing ... Sylves-
ter .. Artie Shaw.
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
"\of u lint yon vxprrlftl...
hut whul you'rv gni that
mat torn"
i
"CONSOLE
YOURSELF
WITH A
a
Qold Braid"
Cocktail
"Still the Best among (he lest"


1 NDA1 NOVrMBEK It, 1152
Sl'SDAV ADVOCATE
I'M
New Tasks For
Sugar Council
Big World Surplus:
Wore Advertising Needed
By BL'TK HKWKS
A full meeting of the International Su*rar CouacA ba-
ta London on November 24th. faced with one of the
'lillkuh problems it has ever had to deal with bitf
I surplu* of sugar.
Thft primary purpose of theternational Sugar Agreement fln>.
meeiins u to consider recommen- -drafted in 1937 and extended sev-
dations made by lhe recent Lon- oral timw since (hen This tggm-
SV,'?^ ** Council', moot has regulated the produc-
Pef Con;m,,t**'< *"na about Uon and export of free market
a closer balance of sugar supply sugar,
and demand At this month's meeting, how-
Hui far wider problems tace the ever, the Council will vote on a
Council and some of its members recommendation by Its Special
are understood to be ready to urge Committee that the United Na-
thal It should now begin to ploy s tlons be asked to call an Intcrna-
more active part in promoting the llonal Sugar Conference next
welfare of the world's sugar Spring to draw ud a new asree-
pndnoaa< ment.
Other international bodies con- Such an agreement would call
cerned with other commodities for curtailment of crops in roo-t
are running world-wide advestls- of the leading sugar-producing
nig campaigns t pnunole their territories. It would make no pro-
product. An outstanding example vision tor any Increase In con-
i* the campaign by the Interns- sumption by importing countries
tional Wool Secretariat, which That is n problem that will have
since the war ha* led the fight to to be tackled separately. |f it H to
maintain markets for wool to tho be tackled at all
face of increasing competition Cuba. which' has already In-
from the new synthetic fibres. traduced Its own independent
similar work may now be un- crop restrictions for next year's
dertnken by the International plantings, will be the main coun-
Sugar Council, If some of its try affected by a new agreement.
members get their way. It will be So w'1' many other leading
expensive but the ;lternative ausar-producini natlcns.
Is a glut of sugar and possibly Sugar Pact
ruin for many unprotected pro- But it is believed that Brit-
ain will not subscribe to any
A TRUE Jc EXACT
HISTORY
Of the Ifland of
BARBADOES.
By RICHARD LIGON, Gene.
l.ijton drcidrs to yo lo Barbados
and an aicouni of the tint pan of
his voyagr thither
l\ST\IMt:M /-
Having been censuicd by some and continued our course to the
whose judgements 1 cannot southwest, (with somewhat
control and am tnerefore glad *o scant wind) partly to avoid the
allow for my weakness and high going billows of the Bay .il
Indiscretion, that having never Itisray. but chiefly to stand a) 4
made proof of the sea's opera- from pirate and plckai- i,
lion, and the several face* tost which are very frequent on the
watery element put* on, and tbo coaau of Sp-m and Barbery, nd
changes and chances that happen i we put along I pereatvud a
tnere, from smooth to rough, difference In the waj of our
from rough to raging was and shipsfor in slack winds our
h Kh going billows (which are consort, the Nonesuch, would when people are too dark
hi* 15 ifc*me conrt,lullon I run us out of sight in four or five muddled, we ought to ,. on put- BUT Iherj is more
^^y1*1 ""I/!"*? of my Vfr hour* Ml1' but ,n "<">< and siifT ting up with them at all. though * rob rapiiai pieialhnianl of It'
., i n r5 S windt " dw lhe hke wl,h *** He " no rt*ht to "imnish- degrading pomp; let us rob it il
?Ko,,td iSlEi f*\h *" that "*" tne Utsar lM *">-<">-' ' death. of those measure.) wesfa af '.. ,
SsTMSssr aartatetS "H\ lh* ,wlfter th* *# ">" We have, however, the tight M *' .* .Hill
had 7 not fSftfeS ^S th,L,hCy.^!"? a.Ukr b^'i 1"",ct< ,hp ,f * Sir And. Am all. let .,. rob it nf
llgln ,n "ny hom,r ,n th" **** "r
which Is Need makes the old Lj^f ^l \ ""aSuJ.^ Bl" ,ur ***** and bc,tcr U,nBl P''^"00-
wife Irot. For having lost (by JJJJJJJJJJ^ ? M^I!- --, chambers he would probably have The one Thing Important abr il
I Solemnly Say We Should
Kill More People
II) F. TKNNVMIN JF.SM
la Mur.i.-. And Ila Me4WeV* Bit By Bit
1 PUT forward in all senoukntsB IT has ben a baao)
-nil arttta the most oasmionale i to -lo .... >
.i* an experiment w worth trying. the following t.il punbtainilfil
things as the black dag .
We should kill a great many tolling of the bell have eeaaed U
mor? people be. Capit I punishment
There b every reason why even retained an a practical M aaun
the most humane of ua should We are no longer of i'
obiect to keeping alive danger- of Dr. Johnson, when he mad hi
ous; ani.-social cre.itures. complaint to Sir Wiih .
e "The age is running mad afie-
safeguards iDatovatteoa,'1 he -id \
*" exunction of such people business of the world is to bl
*ould be un act that would have done m ;1 new wav Tyburn it-
to be hedged about with safe- .|f i^ lurt safe from efcai
guards, as will voluntary euthan- Someone suggested Vu*\ a la*1
asia when II at mercy ceases t. u- b,- *n imi^ovemenl.
an offence against the law. "No, sir." said the gjp
Wn.ii in hornbl.' about death surt an improvement Thej
is no: the actual ceasing to be. :hat the old method
the mere "going to IM ,, ;.,er a number f apactatot
>o many innocent suffering peo- Sir, axacutatMM are In*
kaujad tor; it hi the fact draw spectators If torn
that a tetm has been set u. om i dnw anai nt an*e
!1 ; J UJ hornb,V air puipose. The old mcth.*
day by day. hour by hour, death w mftft ssusfsctory to
snw n -rvr U> xneone in i*r- piirtici ,* p^c w ,.;,,
feet heath. No one should have bv pr^Mto,,, jh,. rrtminal
"ittci lhrtU PupporU i bj 11 Whj
But what we have, as cillxens. Ve swept away*"
a perfect rlgh to Judge Is whether.
I too Weeks of Fear
from
truly
help conclude
that censure
barbarous riot) all that I had
gotten by the painful travels and
carea of mv youth by which
Pett.
About
iv:ng Horses. Mr.
latitude of 45 de-
--; green we met with a ship coming
" I V.'^Jl*r.?.rl^ from Uulnn bul boSnd to.
been howled down, not with pimlshmenl l that it should b
laughter, but with horror, and yet certain.
duoan
Sciine For Increase
Pleiitv of scope exists for smh a
campaign to increase the world's
consumption of sugar. In Spam,
for example, sales of sugar average
only 15 lbs. per head of population
every year. In Italy, the average
rcheme that would limit Com-
monwealth sugar production
below the quota* laid down In
the Commonwealth Sugar
Agreement. which becomes
effective at the end of this
year.
This agreement. signed In
l lVrr*"iMlirT "7*"" rrom Guinea but bound
an exigent as I must famish or
fly; and looking about for friends
who are the best supporten
staggering a condition.
It is a very sensible and v ry
humane Idea always keeping
In mind that the slope to hell is
easy and that the leader thereto
was Hitler.
Far Better
T1IKHF are many non-w
"Mtirdei aim
published by Hartap
Antigua (Vlohrut
Arborur l)av
e*
is 26 lbs. per head. There is room London last December after
for enormous Improvement In the months of hard bargaining, has
augar consumption of tho^e ti un- already stimulated production of
rn- sugar in the Commonwealth.
The main reasons for low con- notably in th,> Wcsl Indies, where
sumption of sugar ore economic acreage is expanding rapidly and
ones, often brought about by im- more modern equipment installed.
port tariffs and other Govern- In other countries, however,
ment restrictions. The Spaniard, where sugar is not a traditional
for example pays more than 2s. crop, some restrictions on pro-
per lb for YlLs sugar, while the duct ion may be expected These
l,.:.,.. ,,.,.., naarlv tm fid '"' '' -"nly tWJ BuropeM cuun-
ments oik-cling revenue, just as Bri-
. strides in Increasing their beet
ugar production in recent years.
In Britain, for example acre-
tain Irrposea a high tax on tobacco under beet hM lncTVttxd by
and cigarettes. In Turkey, for - before the war.
cigarettes, in "y. ,or 20 per cent since before the war.
instance, well over half the cost Reel acreage in Belgium has in-
of a pound of sugar is accounted f reased by 30 per cent, in Hol-
for by tax. Thia causes many land by 35 per cent, in Italy by
people in these countries to think 65 per cent, in Denmark by 70
of sugar as a luxury that can be per cent and in Western Ger-
done without if the household ninny by 90 per cent since be-
budget will not run to it. fore the war.
All this, in countries which do
i'i n es not base their economies on sugar
The importance of price in Ax- production, is contributing to the
ing the level of consumption V world surplus of sugar and Is
easily seen when the position in having a serious effect on territ-
the high-price, low-consumption riC5-. "V2ludln* Cub* and *m*
countries is contrasted with that in Bnt.ah Colonies where sugsr is
countries where sugai regarded toortongtom***
S "."T^?' K"aSLne?hsa re lnaI " ""H-lus of sugar
life. Australia, for instance, haa sterling producers will
the uorld's highest sugarconsump- haye nQ d|mcult* Fin ,lndlng e
Uon, at about ISO lbs. per head or m,,.)^ for their exportable sur-
popUurUon everj year, rhc rcUIi ^ ,.. .,,,;.,. ,,,,. ,,,,:;, y, .mi
price of sugar in Australia ifl only sharply divided into sterling and
3 That is why some leading sugar
Blague, a very civil gentleman
who hailed us, came aboard us
ahd Invited dlvera gentlemen
ii 1 ""'I were aboard his ship, which
none, or very few. whom griefs waa frl"te of sbout 400 tons human l>eing* incapable of im-
and afflictions had not depressed her ,d'l' ld and elephants provement (snd not all t.f than
or worn out banishment ab- we*h- '"* m"n WB> exceeding murderers) who would be far
sented, or death devoured; sq clvU to "* " **v **> every letter "put to sleep"; but that is
that instead of these near and 8nUeman of our company a the utmost that we have the right 'rn. our >..
native comforters 1 found myself present of such rarltiea a* he to do. even to the most brutl ANTIGUA
a stranger in mv own country, brought from Guinea and BUrny. murderer. F"" lh*' llrs| ,m"' ,n '"*
and therefore resolved to lav We stayed together almost a thouW surely be oWbl- |o *e" Arlwur Day has beei
hold of the first opportunity that whole day. the weather be ig ^tMATti measure of thai kind V.u'u'Mrd ln Antigua on H
might convey me to any o(her very calm, and almost no wind n.T,t,m ls fuII of ^tfc (xrupi^ th November.
part of the world, how far distant at all. In the evening a fresh h "^ M^!l|h aSSH The llrst part of the ceremoi.:
soever, rather than abide here breeze began to blow, which ^.'",,7p, Dri,on vi.lt-^ "V ,'t*Pj''"' "" ,h
served us both in our seversl H S^TZTZm^ Grounds at 8 30 un. when II
I continued not many weeks in ways, and so saluting each other * *">"' > 7"dlf i i th Blart.
this expectation when a friend, as with our ordnance, we took out '" *''tf'"''" le*hal ehamtier ss uurne addressed hundn-ds i
wil'ing lo -hift his ground as I leave N hoiild be In s*.'*-"i rd lunatic arhool children. The PoB -
gav- me an overture which C About thia Unit our consort, *',,m* ''" always renvm- naiu| m im ttaadanei
accepted. And so. on die six- the Nonesuch, parted with us, the I'e'fniF Httler. played vrnUa cbtldran planted
teenth day of June 1947 we em- directly of the Parabbu Island* __ numbet of rreaa al rarVM on a good ship called the wo for St. Jago, one of the Islands .L >'" ''", "' ",r grounds.
AchlHes. a vessel of 350 tons, the ot q^oc Verde where we were 'irned as now, and that the |M ,). fternootl
master Thomas Cmwder of Lon- lu irade fur Negroes Horses and leeward part of il waa at other xk ptaea at lha mall Wail
don No sooner we were all aboard, cattle whlcK we were then to '""es exceedingly fruitful and iar 5|(H).,. Itvat tr)C bridge at lb*
bul we presently weighed anchor ,,,, at' Barbados pleasant, abounding with all sorts oastertl end of Michael's Villa^
nnd put to sea, In i
U
>ather
So, keeping our course about '
aapwfj are now ready to urge the
International Sugar Council to
launch a world-wide offensive
against such artificial restrictions
i consumption a, taxes and high
"OFFICIAL SECRETS"
ACT
All Jamaican Civil Servant, are
required lo Blfn the "Omclal
lien! Irulti. corn, wine, oil After an a njt at that time of the yeBr I have >,_n{v i^an,,!, from the t-oalt of ",ul lne l'*',l *n>ara: with horsei. |,.iuy, UM Chairman "f lha '
not felt the like and continued i..:^,.. lh .._. ,_ cattle, aheep, foat, ho. poultry. CotnmlaUonara, lion s I I I
so till we came to Talrnouth Har- J^ di,vered w.V the Iala ^3 "' " '"" "d "" *" """' "' ""n l">1"" ".....'' ""
bour. where we put In and reeled Kri^amU. which lie" In MI de- aea Hah. Theae lelanda lie near 33 plant the ilr.t Ire.' The I
anllht. Se\?The Northward1 wh?h wc der.. lo the. No.thward. planted 1>> I
But In our pauaje thither we tK",.' Sb7nid side When H'""- P*""1 hetwecn theae burnr at another lil.n.i.l
were very uncertain upon what ., ,, h ,, ^ (leuvlnit the Madelraa on our apace near the
coatt we were by reaaon.of lhe ?*$%, -*' win,,, te .au3 btarljoard atda) we found a e.i- AMltua ha ha
unsteadiness of the wind, and '" . ,. r ., lri,de wind to carry in to rainfall this yen. and
cloudiness of lhe weather, so ,h..' .V, __* n,i IUntaln. th'' southward When the next oln to be an ialand-wlde elton
that I perceived erme troubles "" "'" 'rt , _|,Uli, i-l.ind came into view It was tlniui to pmlc. I and...... foi
and doubts In the Seamen on Ei5 ., i, '. , r\,,S Vita, but at such a distance hundreds ..f Iran arhkfl h
that shoM p....e than In .11 the Sr^e n. lirt T\t eHtor h 5 could hardly discern colour.. Mil been plant.........I of ,l. ,
voyaje .Bar. But. the weather "-^r" RJ" "' " ^L, ',,, lhe lenctnl landscape of UN hill Uujaa. Mirny of lha 0
clenrin, up. the muter and lhe "' ""'' "1J?"'"' ,'f_J seemed to u. very beautiful. ..-Ml, -rved .. >h............I ,ll ,
mates drew out aever.1 plou .nd huJ^.r"!'r;' d"ail liaw-thorn? '"'" "" "lu" 'IU" ** "'"" '"",k ""d '
landscape.. which they had btL ""^*,""n!LL "wthorna, ^ a hurricane, of IP80 ...... II
formerly taken on the eoaat of ""S-jJ"!.''TL,, '".Tth_, |con. Thl. i.land la famoua fur e- revival of Arbour Day ha-
France and England, (which are ? 'hu7" ,"1,^, ^.llT.1 th. cellenl salt and for hones, which a wondciM: iinulal
of great u- In the narrow seas) n^u whlrh .nrL-ai^ to... llkli I" """ prolK-rly excel all 1I...I ma an Irdar
by which they were well aaaurad Phe^^'u J"3Sno no -ver I have n. their hoove, be-
ut'TheX-p-nV^r^actilaT. ?Z^XttlttrtuZ " P -- -TSSf,.
but attend only the tides, corn-
import duties, coupled with aipro- secreU Act" which prohibits the
motioniil campaign, aimed dn*cUy disclosing of Government inform-
at the consumer himself, to bring Ation without auihorily, under a
him to regard sugr as a neccs- recent ruling of the Executive
slty rather than a luxury. Council.
Since the Council was estab- a Government spokesman said
llshed. Its main ta,k haa been to that there was -nothing sinister"
deal with over-production prob- jn the requirement, since It was
lems'and market surpluses. It has always required though not strict-
done this through the current In- ly imposed.
ror they seldom f *&?^firS. '"T
but level ss the lop at a "< l"Ughes that we ride them
large church or barn, but burned ' Barbados down sharp and
worse than the other so that steep rock* without shoes, snd no
instead of the lively greens other goals go surer upon the
countries put on at this lime rocks and hills than they, and
of the year, these were apparelled many of them veiy strong i.i.d
with russets, or at the best clean limbtd. i
unui 1W .mii cau- Phynaior1a_ This island we left ten leagues
But It fell out that this year or thereabout* on our slarboaro
the summer wa- there hotter than side, and next to it, tin
for store of excellent
MAIL NOTICES
pass and card, nor is there any
use of other directors in ao
narrow a room. We were, as I
remember, sbout 10 days sailing
to Falmouth. and had with us a
small ship of about 180 tons call-
ed the iV tain Middleti.ii was owner,
utt M'ni.h Qtitana
... .ill I,.. rlm*.l M
ral F>na| Offli-r ,i-
rr.l Hall ..I II UMWI aMaU ,
at 1 p n> and OrdMary Han
'FUSUrSl "hfm^S'Thel uTuat and tnV ^am' th re May. fain

I. N..I. .n(| HI
loi.aH* will b slownl
I iindai
1-niv.l Mall al IJ >t
Aj i.i .
aining In England.
The next day we put to aea
that they had never seen
contlnurd.)
HARRISONS
FOR FJNB3T
MEN'S SUITS
on Should Select
tke%e
FINE Ul IS
I OK A
MAN!
STUPED TROPICAL SUITS
in Fawn & Brown (a. S43.M
PLAIN WORSTED SUITS
in Fawn and Brown
Shaft, Breasted (!? $41.87
Double Breasted (a $42.72
PIN STRIPED WORSTED
SUITS
in Navy & Brown IS S43.84
Blue and Grey (it $48.86
GABARDINE SUITS
in Fawn 4 Brown @ Ml.53
SPORTS COATS
in Blue. Grey, Fawn and
Brown eeveral design.
front S18.M to *228
PANTS
in Worsted, Garbardine and
Linen from SI0.24 to $27.75
HARRISON'S
Dial: BH
BATH ROBES
AND
DRESSING
GOWNS
LADIES
WEEK-END
CASES
CAVE SHEPHEKD
4 (0.. LTD.
It. 11. It. 13 HKlitli -Mil I I
Sunburn
Apply the Craam |ently to the burnt
area. In addition to itt toothing action,
' Cetavlex will effectively prevent
infection where the .kin is broken.
um 'Cetavlex* no* wound* cun. auN tcsATCrn.. tie.
'CetavleX* Cream
Antiseptic and non-irritant
Sole Agents and Dutnbuton
A. S. 6RYDEN SONS (BAftBADOS. LTD.
BRIDGETOWN /ICP
to fit'D Jefft
/Jn and hondr Tm
MM* ma CKW Mm. Cmim
Neuralgia,
Neuritis,
Sciatic.1, Toothache
A gtneroui application of
comforting, toothing
THERMOGENE Met*lca-
ted Rub to the painful
part will won bring
relief. Repeat che appli-
cation a required until the
pain h disappeared
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERMOGEIE
MEDICATED RUB
* /n big g/os$ jars and handy hn%
W*'ifamu
1 m\i 0hEEJtuniit i
SELWTM0\
AddU llru-h NeU
.rnls l.r^thpr ffhavinf NeU
(.Hi il- i:.i/"is
\\ .ul..- i Kaion
Nffctf 51 I'rm
U it.un.n, l.iir.wil! I'riia
Virdlry Shavinc llowb
AlklnaoR Nhavlm Mlis*
Alklninn Travclllnt ^rli
Mornr Shavlnr Html.
Chromium t'Utarelte t'ssrs
Dunhlll. t'ornov and tirand-
Ism Plpet
I'rewalalton Tin. of
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
SttMh If
llll SI
nm MEAIS
AT A 8AVUW TiM0tt
3r per 3 Iba. OMapNI par 1 lb.. W
Kii. per Hi His .lilt. I.lls PfT 10 lb.. Hi'
Or pA Tli IHAUI-OKDS (HUM <-RA(KKR< *r Tin f
l-,. *rr Tin HAHD1NI H per Tin 1-
Mr. per I II. II Mil! 1 MM> IKITT SALAI1 prr t, !1 i'
in ii III* HUMII p-r Tin
HI II II 4 \lT.lfT.O.VEKWhole pi-r Tin "
III T< II ( AI'l.lFMmrRB-okr prr Tin 3Hr
DITCH M'l'lt N\KI prr Tin ........ '
rNSTANI l-nvil M Mf J*r !*
IM.M'-ll I'lM MCI t -UfKR per Tin 3r.
mNQAFO' I'M iPPU i I MEN per Tin - Mr.
Ht'NT'H PABAOta Til's |*,-r Tin Mr.
IIU.IW iiMlin PA8TE laatK .We., SmbII 0
i HlVtlf- ni.ltlN l-l.l Ms -per 50e.
IIAIJAN MM I-- un .hf-IU) per lb. 99c
ROO (.1 .' \ III I V .*r -ia Tin <.
ARABIAN HATES lib Pht. c.
M mE09 r-irh
CLOVES dt nunrr ...... lie.
11LVER BALM (MLftOatES) per oMr 1*>.
PRCNU p~r lb. ........ tic.
IM h \ll I IM Itl'M
STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD.


PACE 1FS
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. NOVf-MBER IB. IKt
OLYMPIC STORYIV
A GRAND LITTLE TEAM
TVxL., th. instalment will BY TREVOR GALE **v been In hi* da>. This
I an < rn on* of the smallest but I tnlleman u credited with the
also one of the most iw easeful none before. Wc therefore thought shoufrJer wm forward while "WIJ record for thb distance of
of the irack teams it the Olympic that he wm still improving on hi* McKcnley touched it wRh hi* '**[* which memis that it it
G mi in my Moemng paragraphs *peed but losing on his stamins. jrft. The picture Itself was s "" two and six tenth econds
I ve already dealt with tha A lot of people seesn to have grand mix-up of fart, cheats '*usr l*an W hit Be Id & HjllMaV
gathering of the Jamaican Oljm- i,('rd svni slory that McKenley hands, shoulders and heads. H '"'orrt which Ita set ua> in Lon-
pic h-atn ID London. It conateted p^bj If Bailey couid run in tha would I*- inleresung to know "**" Ul iB*8 "d again equalled
of Arthur Wuu as fajiflaa. Barb uo metres so could ha bacause ha which played tha moat unpor- in this race In Helsinki. I would
M. K. ruV>. CMar Rhode*, Leslie lou\a beat SaUey This is a sort tnnt part In Mftuanclng the
Lalaa Byroo LaBaach (Brother of f half truth What did happen judg*?.
the fsmoo- Lloyd). Miss Walter* ,)S ih^i Bailey and Herb went To crown it all the urst foui
ana Mlas Russell. Ken Farnum iraining together and when Herb "unners were clocked la 10.4 by
o( course was included, but be found he was doing extremely the atoctiacal tuning dcvici
was on the cycling side, so tor the
n.i int'iit d*U*J.i ghoul his
you
fore you
rrrast be excluded.
Ht'ioert MarDorwild hrough'
them over :un Friday 1lth July
,ina with, tfKm Joe Yancy as coach.
i :on the New York Piooeer
Alhktlc Crust. Jen Yaney has
leen -nd coacned more of tha big
name* in the U.S.A. athletic work.
thiut many another conch In ooM
country. To the Jmnaicana a*
lie (mm we. were soon to diacovei
that Joe ease worth his weigh'
M the gold it took 01 tnin
hlrr. irom If** York to HeJaanM
early love to see In octlon the!
nan who could beat Whilfleul
nd Wlnt by so many yards.
Two days after Ihe 000 metro
Mod '">> the first 400 metre heats I
ell against the former, he decided *m-hroniaed with the camera. U-gan. from the outset it was
that he might as well compete in While the hundred metre heats 5*f* ,htl *" Ue Jamaican,
the 100 metre* tn H much U h# .ind final, were going on Arthur ,c"> waigoing u, dominate this
aoj entered. As It turned out this Winl was busy with the 800 "fP* WcKenley Rhoden ana j
ilhletea himself on the first day to come *cond beetg so that they ac-
:*cond to H.C. Ring of Sweden counted for six heats in one
hut the nest day he won his heat "nernoon. But while the first I
fairly easily. ,wo wo,c obviously taking things
In the final Arthur took no ''*y Arthur Wlnt was busy'
hances and from the beginning accmturtuif. his ipeed due to the I
he was up front. He allowed ,arI lh*1 be had already run a
UlsMmer of Germany and >'ng*T race nnd In athletics K is
Wolfbnmdt of Sweden to pan a,*'a>" better to run the shorter :
the first lop but went Iac^ nrst. Athur therefore did1
the lead again as they ran '" two 400 metres In one after-
the most outstanding
of the entire game. But I still do
not think be was over as good
printer at MacDonald Bailey.
I'-rb began Ul advance toward*
the 100 metre final by winning nit
firat heat by about S yards. Nobody
raid much attention to this because
A* time of 10.7 was fairly slow. "'
But later on the same day. In the
second heals. Herb gave the first |own ,ne back g^^ t^ no noon In 47 3 and 46 9. Fifteen
Indication of his true form by mctm ;irc. think u one ot the 'wity years ago these would
VurUonald after- tiw,Un Arthur Bragg of the prelliwit to ttatch because It Is hHT# been world records.
Uited nsaa muw UAA., and this tune he did it lo no, ]onR ^n0Ugh to allow any- In the Se"> Inal the next day
had he obeyed ,05 Ag"ln "n e"y "rtslory l**iy '" tle down, and yet no- Arthur turned id a 46.S quarter.
"l in thai now l^cause Bragg pulled a muscle and ^-1v can attempt U, sprint from *** ii.cidentally waa only a
was not really in top form. Up to beginning to end. u nth outside his otympir recora
that time he bad been regarded Arthur Wlnt has one of tho ' IM8' '" tbe tamo race Karo
the UAA.'s chief hope in the inaKniHCt,nf" strides ever JfJ <' m w" s*c1^ '
100 metres. On reflection there Is sc(.n and at full stretch his 4B *< Whit Hold third in the
also every reason to believe Uv.; MiponcnU .poear to be Jog **_ "*** "cKpn'v a"U
he would have brought It off. 1 .rotting next to him when, in '< ,od* met ui the other Seml-
was therefore not surprised to i,cX tnev are all out. Tho slfht rlni nnishing in this order In
learn afterwards that he took .1 ,r Arthur going down that bock 4b ">o 46.3 respectively. Up
the hard way and shed a tew Wretch in the 800 metre final in .'. this time the Jamaicans had
md more. **
As lierberl
ara^ emtem.
have happened
trucii'
r..niu. coole from Jamaica
saying Mleno Yancy In London,
i- Ki> me ^^iTr-women',; one eoand
im-for Uughing at the
thought of such a ridiculous idea
,'.,ncy possesoM all that
rpt.t-iil i.ttribuU-s oi the perfeci
4 acii. Tight or lip at most times
Lut not hesltarlng to give advice
when it i- heeded.
and 46.3
time
*- It I-. not often that 19-year- lr,r Helsinki Olympic Stadium therefore given away nothing
old Uds get the chance to roach i- one that will live long in tlu "o were treating the 400 metres
Mis advice lo MacDonald onoary u^ loo-motro final and Bragg mrmorv. Gr.ice and strength '' ""y ,ow?* ll "* bad no
o startlflf hs a classic in aim- might have boon the youngest lo were personified in this giant of ">teijiion of giving it up.
pitclty thai went right to tho ^0 so a mAn while lesser mortals fol- The final was practically the
Heart of Uoe matler. Balky wa* The next day Herb and Remi- rowed in his wake as best they .same and as I have already de-
rioinx his rr'alninr. with McKenie gm0 Ine< M the semi-finals They could. An onlooker from an- -eribed it In detail in my
riid prjctrsing tnarting one after- both ran a hard race but Herb other planet mlgh- have turned despatches I shall concern myself
noon when he discovered that hi' was clearly the winner and his nwilV '' this staRe of the race to with more details of George
was ni doing ss wofl u ho .irm. of 10.4 was up to thst time, anquiro what pleasure we got lihodcn. He won this 400 metre
he should. He asked Joo equal to Bailey's flrst heat and f""" -^'"a -ueh an unequal rue* In 45.9 seconds, only
Yaivy for sorne advice. Sold Joe boUl ,* lUamigmos. The Stajtt ""-ut;le. ^"'iJ'T n*,?0!}? T0"*"^
-vi trouble \< tUal vou are trv- her*f, ,,.. ;..^%L^.k 5itS,,r^sr'i;di5W .J '*>'"--""- "".'
rcnierooaV thai the etnrtar as not Bailey tn the flnnl although few
; a Id let you go before hn t-eople in the stadium doubted
that #in. so ju t relax until that Bailey could Improve on the
. hear J.- gun because you uffle of 10.4. He was still Joint
know you cannot go before It's *orld record holder with a time
; Minple as that. If you f io I. and It meant that he would
r\ to heal the gun It will result have to do no more than 10.3,
aittt of wiU between you which, to him, should have been
and that starter, and remember s ro*y .is 50 runs would be to/ {.hcime'r
ih t two falaf s*arta and you will madman when he was looking
te lt squalificd for good." 'or 100.
K ald lUU y. "lots try But the final was a most ex-
. ,,m." troordlnary race. A 100-metre
On n-TV saul Yancy, "that's dash needs little description and
nou^ for thl< afternoon'' we'll it is enough to say that they wore
pti tin c sorne more totnonow.** '" vorj close throughout and that
..<;.-. -hen the Jamaican tcoap ^ben they flashed past the tape
v\'.l to HChUnlri with a weak to <*vly the Judges had any idea who
ko oefore the games opened *aa the winner, from my posltim
Artr.ur Wlnt wv still thry much >* appeared that McKonley and
:.hoit of work while McKonley was nemlaflno were the two most llke-
hurninf up the track at anything 1* to be picked by the Judges, but
up to 80S yards but found it very ( felt quite sure that Bailey an
dlfT t lo sta> i'ii for the txira Smith were not first or second.
140 > rds which goes to make up
tht *40 yards or 400 metres. Les
Lainj mt more or less a 200
metie man and Byron La Beach
was good for' it 100 metre dash
mi,. *<'. hj- wouw be r^HSTww'
nn more thhn a stoni-by for the
,- -. The. only man with any
pn.teiislon*~Yn fitness was George
Rhodoei
Ihaf" short week Wint,
McKersk1) *nd Lain^ apjiroache ,
i, eti pUoh in u more emphatic
manner than I thought possible.
The Mgm which MeKenley gave
it must he grimiiteit. were dacep
tiw .ib he fjrsi rhov-ed up 1b the
'Oo tnetr.
The siiry of the picture of tb
Onlsh is of course well known
Opinion was divided half and
half between McKonley and
Remigino. But my personal
opinion was that the judge
should have given a dead-heat
decision. 1 also thought that
-ho wed up a weakness In Hi
photo-finish camera to take fin-
ishes of athletic events. Up to
now nobody knows whether thr
ludges decided that Reniigino'-
head was in front of McKenlcv
>*.est. or if It was a matter ot
houlders which decided tha
issue. I know that whan thy
l>een quite he
(of ptoeacttly .
Mai Whltfleld began his run. therefore from the time the gun
and. going through the Held like wassl .(ff he am no one else in
,i knife through cheese, he was ihe rJte. McKenley on the
at Arthur's heels as they began other hand was two lanes away '
bend. Whitlleld then in-ide of both Rhoden and Mat-
passed Arthur on the bend and ton, so that he could keep an I
from there they ran home within ye on both of them. He also.
n few feel ,f each oilier, neither Jn a splendid race In the same
r loosing ground. Ul- time at Rhoden hut he was able1
of Germany ran on t-. judge his pace to the last by ,
iiiiiiely for third place but could li- team mate.
:iake no impression on the flr*t pajeg i* run-
two. ouig out and therefore I must
I could not help reflecting possBOM any further remarks on
ftcr th.s race on tlu type o' ",i trge Rhoden for another in->
i.nner one Mr. Rudolf Harbig islment.
6afh-
Make of a
100
WHILE jxTMtiul ckanliness is part of
everyday lives, it** important to remember
\ -
that Inner cleanliness, Mo. is essential for our
general well-being. This is where sparkUng
Andrews comes m 1
When you wake feciing sluggish and out-
of-sorts", a gfapn of .\ndrews freshens the
mouth and tongue, sctilea the stomach and
tones up the liver. Fuuury, Andrews gendy
clears the bowels, completing your Inner
Cleanliness.
And if you should fed the need of a
" refresher ", remember a single teaspcnfui
of Andrews in a glass of cold water makes a
cooling, li fizzy drink for any time of day!
DO YOl KNOW that ihe mouth racersu '-..-aft
h yom digestive system? If all is well the tmgm u
clean, the mouth feels freth. But if your system's
sluggish the tongue is coated, there's am unpleasant
taste in your mouth. Sparhttng Andrews is needed
i/i cloatumg action freshens the mouth and the
tvkote system.
4 oz. tin
42c.
Orink\*
ANDREWSjuversall
8 oi. tin
71c.
IJ5,'5I
Active Kidneys
Keep You We'll
Neo*re*s (then mey ms* kef*
IT IS OFTHN SURPRISING
* bowqukUybscsscbr.iurahaco,
rbtusnanc psini. itifl, selling toinii
aad tbe commoa urinary
disorders dot so ikisaasfa kidney
acQoo can bs overcome.
Strong, active, kidneys safeguard
sour heakb by onfeana esoses uric
dd sod harmful wsaus out of rne
AT LAST!!
7hea kidacr scdon
BMdoajaats aad auls a> filter the
Mood propKiy, pakt and dtaoosn-
ntt anMoeady rams1
Dean's atekocke sTJooey POls
bring happy fehef by bclpina to
efceaot and rdnnuatt ths Udncr
tsars. OrsSsraJ people iw-to.
ho- good Dose's POls arc
#r
!>
A INTERNATIONAL-HARVESTER
McCORMICK DEERING
FARMALL BMD
jDiesel Wheel Tractor
Now available from England
This is one of the famous International
Tractors which have been tried locally
" during a period of years and have proved
themselves to be entirely dependable
and satisfactory.
This is the ideal tractor for the
cheapest method of haulage.
Orders placed now can be delivered
ex factory during January.
COLE & CO., LTD.-Distributors.


SUNDAY. Nim.MBKK 16. 152
Sl'KDAY AI>V PACE. fcl.atVSN
Promotions. 2,400 Dollars
Appointments Granted Far
And Transfers New School
THE following transfers and
appointment* in the Clerical Ser-
i vice have been made with effect
I, from the 1st November, 1961.
Transfer*
K-*-Sfr. O. H. Edwards, Lome Grade
rk. Currency Department, to
I'aau-m. Usparlinenl.
' < M. Btu-ueo. Lung Grade
Cfen. ClaSttSM Department. l
W Currency LHjj.irtinciit.
Mr. H. E. W.Irott. I,ong Grade
Clerk. Sea well Airport, to the
Customs Department.
Mr. C. B. Certain, Long Grade
Cleric. Customs Department, to the
Savings Bank.
Mr. 8. A. Jones, Lcng Grade
/Clerk. Public Trustee's Deparl-
mer* to Sea well Airport.
I
Appointments
Mr. E. F. Belt-rare. Temporary
Clerk, to be Long Grade Clerk.
Attorney General's Office, (and
>-lll remain attached to the Waler-
works Department until further
*K>tlee).
. Mr. E. E Callender. Temporary
Clerk, to be Long Grade Clerk,
Saving- Bank.
Mr G. E. Clarke. Temporary
CMTk. t<> be long Grade Clerk.
nS>Hc Trustee's I>epnrlment.
: Mr. K. B. Howard.' Temporary
Stark, to be Long Grade Clerk.
?Jos to mi Department
Mr. MeD. Smith. Temporary
CU-rk. to be Long Grade Clerk.
fcicome Tax Department.
Promotion*
Mr. L. A. Drone. Long Grade
Clerk. Customs Department, has
gbr-en promoted to the post of
Assistant Supervisor and Senior
Clerk. Customs Department, with
Pa-fTeet from the lSih August. 1952.
consequent on the retirement of
*Mr. C. M. Thorpe.
* The following have boon ap-
r pointed as Stenographer-Typists
In the General Service:
MIm G. Ch*dd*rton.- to be a
Stenogrnpher-TyoiBt. SVaterworks
' T>epartmeiit- with effect from 1st
I fVtober. 1852.
! Maw P. M. Rlley. to be a Steno-
' graphcr-Tvpisl. Income Tax and
Death Duties Department, witn
effect from the 1st October 1952
Ml- T. K. Rlley. to be a Steno-
grapher-Typist. Fducotit- nepart-
roer.t, with effect from 1st Decem-
ber 1852. (and will remain at-
tached to the Government Electric
Inspector's Department until fur-
ther not ice V
AinmialPrize-Giving
At DayrelTs Rorid
The annual Prize-Giving cere-
mony of the Gospel Hall took
place at Dayrell's Road on Fri-
day night before a capacity
audience.
The programme consisted of
recitations and solos by the
children of the Sunday School
and a selection of sacred songs
rendered by a choir of 36 males
and females under the direction
of Miss Daisy Ashby.
At the conclusion of these
songs and recitations, the prizes
were distributed for the yeat
1851 by Miss J. Watson, who was
presented with a bouquet by
Miss Maureen Yiirde of the
Sunday School.
From Our Own Correipondcril'
ST GEORGES, Nov. 5,
The Finance Committee of the
legislative Council recently con-
sidered an application from the
Revd. Mother Superior of the St.
Joseph's Convent for remission of
duty on building materials foi
use in the construction of a Con-
vent in St. Andrew's parish which
is estimated to coat IIOO.OOO and
would eaigT lor about 360 pupils.
Peeling too many practical diffi-
culties attendant on the grant of
this concession, the Committee
approved a grant of 32.400 In lieu
of remission of import duty and
advised that the Mother Superior
be informed that In view of the
present financial position of the
colony it must not be assumed that
the grant of this sum Implies a
willingness to give favourable
consideration to any subsequent
application for a yearly subsidy
towards maintenance o( the new
school.
The death took place at Belmont
here last Monday afternoon of
Mrs. Ellen Glllespla. an aunt of
Mr. Jens Nellsen. owner of the
M.V. "Daerwood."
Canadian born, Mrs. Gillespie
took up residence here just over
two years ago and by her genial
disposition quickly became well
known and respected by people of
all classes. This was attested to in
the highly representative gather-
ing attending the funeral yester-
day afternoon at the Scot's Kirk
with the Revd. Adam Thompson
officiating
Latest quitter from M.M.W.U.,
ranks has been Mr. Norrls James,
former Senior Grievance Offlcei in
the organisation who had attended
the recent Trade Union course held
In Barbados under Colonial
Development and Welfare aus-
pices. In a speech at Perdmon-
temps. Mr. James told a large
gathering that he did not want
it believed that he was against
the leader of the M.M.W.U.. Hon.
K M. Gairy, but he strongly
opposed certain principles on
which the organisation was run.
Dealing with the funds of the
M.M.W.U., he pointed out that its
bulk was devoted to payment of
top offlcera and little was left for
payment of benefits and creation
of a "Strike Fund" which he
thought essential.
C.I.O. Chief Dies
SANFRANCISCO.
Philip Murray, Immigrant
Scots mine boy head of C.I.O.
died of a heart attack. At 66 he
was a veteran worker for the
labour cause.
The thin white-haired man
never lost the faint Scots burr,
likewise he never lost his ardour
for trade unionism.
Murray was born in Blantyro
Scotland in 1866 and was sixteen
when he Immigrated to the bitu-
minous coal fields in western
Pennsylvania.


W !!!!! I!!!! iiiii M
UeS. Hope To
Sell More
To Colonies
1TC NEW YORK
U.S. exporters are hoping that
greater opportunities for I hem to
*" *n British Colonial markets
wui be one of the outcomes of the
Commo iwealth Prime Ministers'
tonfeience. opening in London
Una month.
The British West Indies and
other Colonial .erriturios are
knoam to be anxious to be allowed
to pend for themselves more of
the dollars they cam hv their own
track and these Colonies .,,,. oW
believed to be in a stronger posi-
tion than ever before to persuade
the United Kingdom to let them
do so.
The position is summed up for
t S business men In an article in
theNew York Jaarnal ef Com-
nseree. which says:
"Colonial economic independ>
ence Is Increasing at a time of
rapid economic development. The
resultant higher standard of living
is increasing the market poten-
tialities But at the same time
the market is becoming more se-
lective.'
More than half the imporu of
the British Colonial Empire came
from the non-sterling area in 1081
and the proportion is thought to
be still higher this year. Colonial
exports to the non-sterling area
have increased to an even greater
extent, maintaining and even in-
creasing the trading surplus of
the Colonial Empire.
The Colonial contribution to the
total sterling area trade with the
United States last year was a de-
cisive factor in mainlining '-he
Empire's favourable balance.
While all other sterling area
countries increased their imports
of U.S. goods, some by appreciable
amounts, the Colonies alone did
not At the same time, they
achieved a much bigger increase
in their sales to the United States
than any of the Independent mem-
bers of the sterllne are.i.
ImportinK Spree
"What this means'. says the
Journal of Commerce, "i that the
importing spree In which many
sterling area countries including
the United Kingdom, indulged
In 1851 was only made possible
by the restraint of the Colonies,
coupled with the expansion of
their dollar earnings.
"This is an aspect of sterling
area finance which has never been
laced by the Independent sterling
countries in the past and which
the Colonial representatives in-
tend drawing to their attention at
the Commonwealth confren<-'-.
"The tendency to think oi tho
Colonial balance of pay me in as
B United Kingdom affair n Uii.g
discouraged in th Colonies.
Some of the Colonle.i, particularly
in Africa, but also In South Ea^t
Asia and the West Indies, are as-
suming Increased NgpotU l.ih'.y for
the conduct of their own econo-
mic affairs.
"The warning i-. consequently
going out to the present self-
governing members of tho strr-
ling area that thev will have to
adjuat their economic policies to
this new situation. Thev will have
to take account of the fact that
in future the dollar earnings of
some of the present c< lonlal terri-
tories will not be ,(.juc automati-
cally available to thorn at the be-
hest of London.
"If the new ex-i'Ionics agree
to exercise restraint in their dol-
lar import policy, .ney w.ll <'xpect
r,,lhatt:
ArsenaPs
Came Today's
Highlight
> inn ( -!! < iv-i>one*I>tl
LONDON. Nov 15.
A second-half uat trick by
centre-forward Clifl Hoi? on and a
couple of goals from oeputy out-
gftoM left Maiden f. A
grin .it L.-.-ipool which
. anks h the day's number one
performance. And that win aVxW
Arsenal into fourth place ont>
four points behind Wolves oveff
whom they have a game in hangs
The leaders were indebted to
Nigel Sims the youngster who* put
Uert Williams out of the iide. He
saved a second half penalty by
Frank Mountford to enable
Wolves to come ..way with both
points at Stoke.
Sheffield Wednesday's t e n
matches without a defeat spell
came to an end before their own
supporters at Hillsborough. Ports-
mouth were the boys to halt this
run but even they had to fight
hard for their odd goal of seven
victory.
Fastest Scoring
Showpiece of the day was.
Grlmsby's .even-nil defeat of
llartlepools. Centre-forw.ir i K d
Smith added to the haooui i .ih
the day's faste-t pie,, ; v ,.m..
four goals in eight nunutts.
This make Grimsby promotion
favourites again. Biggest Leices-
ter post-war crowd 40.000
were at Filbert Street to IM
first away defeat .
era RUdaWaSsId
Jack Grainger Kotherham".
much wanted centre-forward
added a few more thousands lo
his value with a hat trick against
Brentford and Jo*se Pye chipped
the edges off the big fee Luton
paid for him from Wolves with
three goals In the six-nil whip
ping of Blackburn.
Notts County lost Jimmy Jack-
son tjken to hospital with ..
fractured law after only 16 min-
utes and were beaten three-nil
by Sheffield United. Hull l,:.
beaten four-three at Birmingham
played the second half without
injured full back Neal.
Tog caused the gam.- btiweei
Notts Forest and Leeds to be
aband- ned after only ten minute*
and caused the garni' between
Colchester and Crystal Palace In
be postponed.
In Scotland, League ehagapUHU
Hibernian revenged their Le igw
Cup defeat of ;i few weeks ago
by beating Dundee three-nil a'
Easter Road. As a result of Fa-'
Fife's defeat. Hlbs are now onlv
three points behind them with two
gomes In hand.
RICH FLAVOR
NEW BOOKS
Twenty-two new books, ten
for children between the ages of
7 to 10 and twelve for adults,
will be going Into circulation at
the SpeiKhtstown Branch Libror\
tomorrow.
These books are both fiction
and non-Action.
proof that tithei DMUbon if the
.telling am an doing Ine game
'hlng and are il
maximum effort...... i
contributions lo the dollar uool."
Bill'
EXAMINE
YOURSELF
Can You Say'NO'to
All Time Questions?
DarnaaWlr
BACKACHE?
UEUM1T1SM7
IClDtOCS!
loss or EKxcn
TOO FREQUENT
URINATION!
II pa aaanr U "YES" I. *, a~ rl tba
iniillm Ifc- i~ in RU, aklaa W
I-*, UaWn. Dae'l .J.i. Ad aaca.
IE Daa/' KiaW, ri.th.*~U
,I,. F.raUi>ata|riUil
SS5.i.altlaalH...iMliiiil
~i*l Ik. W S laaaaa ma*. DUti
KkWf FBi an - Mai la kaf
aalaantalaU laaWal a)al/..JIl
Dodd's Kidney Pills
% Simple, quick-hand ling
construction features
Makes slraag rigid steel
framework
# i" X l' (14G) Steel
> Durable nat-raeg store
enamelled greea flalsh
Eeonesalcal
Minimum building time
Can be used again and
again
In packets each eaataln-
ing ton leagths ltm. tone,
together with Cutting
Gauge and It Screws.
Nuu and Washers.
From a few packets of .
VNIMBT MAJOR you
can conalruet :
a> Storage Fixtures
g. Shelving
ft I'Uttorm StraeXures
* Frames far light buildings
Scaffolding
Desks
gs Benches
% Trestles
Speaking generally,
I would say . .
... that the extremely wide appUcaUoa of I mmi i
MAJOR steel framework, made possible by Its easy
construction methods, has made It an esaentlal part of
the everyday functioning of ron-itrurlJon flrms and
business houses everywhere. But then It's so very
economical use II for one need, it's there to u*r
aisln to meet a thousand and one olhrr requirement*
Ring 3713 today and ask far further information or
Instructive leaflet an I'NIMET MAJOR.
S. P. MUSS0N.
SON & Co..
I ii iiiii ii ii!
Ltd.;
^--*F*;,"-,, ?**
WHEREVER FINE CARS are gathered
Ford products are discussed,
compared, and in the majority of
cases, accepted as the greatest
dollar value on wheels.
Have YOU test-driven this low-cost
luxury the Five-Star CONSUL ?
Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd.
Ph. 4493
At your grocer'* in tonvsnivn'
also .n impiovrd filtof too boll
REFRESHING
if rou tail worn out. dapro.,**. o#
.lly run down gl, or two 4kj of
Bwckliit Toi-'C Win*. ..ii q fsrgr "d ioti up iho a>hola narvoui irMO
Gi.inj new 'iuli and iihiuiuon and rsiaeaifror, ftwcRfatt Tai
Wins >i upKitllr .ilosMa aftsr iilnssa.
T^U goiaaro
lirCKFAST
TONIC WINE
Where is the
root of your
Rheumatism ?
il$iAS0
A
HI R| ......iHk'fliil nc-. (or Rheii-
natk iiiicrcr\' Docan ha.c .
.Ml brtaggnf .ilnh>*t immr-
disic iclii'i liv setrcl is lo tnply a
icM.ti>.iti>i..ii % asa aaSssass etsstVa not
onlv ulicir ihi Ifcl ihr psm. hul alvt
on vv'li.n dOCaStl .all the m>jlfci 01
'Trigger' .pois, where lui the real
ttOiiMr
t'nc HsrhS siici ilixlor htu re.
p.ried ieni.uk.l-i,- resull* in ovtf
i 000 caaa ol ! hma of Kb
naUlni, invliitling I ihtmiti^, I um-
bogo, SCawalos, etc ii his also bus
ir^tt.l .mil iistl t-v Hovi'ii.iK .m.l
IkKlorsnll o>er ihc I niieJ knig>loni
lhc*e dMirrunn ho* -In >uo hsir
faund i.Uii k> dlflv-ull h. Ike i>U
mMtKHiv
WHYASPRO HAS A SPECIAL
APPEAL FOR WOMEN
\ *
h9*
Haw to get Relief from pain
Pot j lOM II6TM tin' le.un > only
..hum-blf In IN- Mt.in.,1 PiorewMtn.
Now Rin
SSdM ilc BUM M I
ii "..ige il in. imm only
i fsd UM i'.i "hi *lo into
ilioe ln(f' .pui.,
Mska son you M I Un.iv thr cream
ili.- impotls
nr*lnvrni ,>l tlKin SI
tiiaianieeJ lo ici.nn its Sdrcnali
,i Imu I? mOOUM
* iiie.fcani CSaaol do
Lm ibe .iram > .lumol
iplanaioiy Icahrl il -ill he ,
laiion io >ou. Onlv Ueyd % Ii
rMcnii.il leaflet wnii diagiaim -I
IBS moie impotUnt '1 rigger .p.
rr.

UNT WSRNIHC-,,
LXOYD'Sk
(n inusi
.__am used ...
tests upon wtn.h Lhtt iii.ii
meni ^ hateJ I U>YD'S
the r-rand .ii i rial
article in "fas Lrnun" ('JO.
^ 11.395) a. the "ntOM IBtMaV
s tory ." Don't V put off
j LLOYD'S
ADRENALINE
CREAM
Tho atodom wromaa. living u iho
dooa an almoM non-stop sxlatsncs.
demand* TRUE fallal whane*ar psln
(omoa She must hsvs a asln-raUsvsr
which not only acaa qwlcklr bwt doss
not ha*a iRer-efftm which prtvont
hr from going about thing! u usual
harmful aher-eflects auch ai din*-
" That why 'ASMO' has a .pedal
appeal for woman.'ASPRO'.frosfroai
harmful drug,. IsaSet you frst* sad
fit again ahar the p.m hai gone.
TIN PCdMTT Sf ASPRO'
The purity of ASPRO conforms
to the itandard laid down by the
BrKlih Pharmacoporia.
ASPRO
The Safe Way to Dispel
HEADACHE & PAIN
-'..... /.......... O.TAINABLE IVIIYWHHI
W. . HUTCHINSON 1 CO. PUKES WITHIN THE REACH OF All
MMHILl ITREn. IRIDCII0WN Mu.:.l.f'l P
gfti
M
BEER, KING OF DRINKS, DRINK OV KINGS
-AND KK.IITI.V SO < I. AIMS HKKWKK III Ml "BBBWBB 01 Till: MM s I Ol Ml IIITHS llllt
BKER STI.Ml'I.ATtS TIIK APPCTITK TAKKN lll.KIKi: AMI III HIM. MEALS IMIS IflrtH
palatable: bevchai.i: kh,.\\i:s the:
strains am) tknshi.ns whkti are:
a nn i.iiiii st to the: nil i sr e:n-
u>\ HI SI ill GOOD EOODft IS TIER
IIICMIT DRINK OK MODEHATIOS
CARIB


i w.i inn \ i
SUNDAY mwilATE
SI \I1A\ SUM ,1111.1! Ik. 1*32
Hill To Amend
Gambling
Ordinance
Why Mr. Eisenhower Won "WANDERER III" SAILS WEST
rr**r\ t>" Own OTrnMrtnn
PORT-4 ff-SI UN, Hi v
.
Ti
with request:
NtW YORK.
.wght D. Eisenhower h --a the ihiiux oi one of the
greatest careers in world history.
I Supreme Commander of the
M Second Worui
' 0 went on to become the
LOfurnaiidrr of tho
n- world'! greatest peacetime deli
u. mivi.\ no i n
rva alliance, baa been elacleu to
raffles, sweepstake* and other the greatest office in Um fit*
forms of game* promoted under WOrld.
hllng Ordinance. There Throughout the cainpatgn, Iisen
had Iwii many comptalnls that on howcr. an immensely popula;
ngure for mure than a decade
i.ifl!.
bad
has beer
Stevenson
kn
111..11 .
r-UAnli
been b*)d and the
still unknown
Ail U dd b) UM
< .1 i-v In tin
Legislative CooncU thia morning ^w"
whan he moved tho second read-
ing of a Bill to amend the Gam-
bling Ordinance
Tho Hill, which was pawed.
make* pr ivision for the Com-
missioner of Police or any Super- januaifciiaiion
lntendent of Pclice to ask for t,uhnc
safeguards relating to ..."
which wnui.c not be i-rt entirely 'states
Uona would _^
Ibed hi th
incH The safe 7,"""
11 ihead of Adlat
whose name
inonui*. 1 i
:-u I t that ihc
rich oil a beneath
America's tide lands should he-
lung to dig statf seating the
coasts, and not to the whole
cilion
The Communist danger Inside
America was one of >'
isues of the campaign, and here
the Republicans scored heavily
They worked day and night l
the American voters th..
Eisenhower was better qualifr
than Sli venson to deal
Among their
campaign ammun
fact fhai
I i witnes
erben Miss was
jury.
dollars 10 cents an hour. He was " October 27.
stationed for two veers in G#- election d.iy. Senator Joseph
many and Austria after til** war. McCarthy drove hi* own cam-
he ha* a security of em- P<">ig* to a P** wUn nalion-
ide broadcast the cost of whici
M.000 dollars-had been pan
ine violent I'm for Ike", be told me. "The not by the oflcial Kepubll c-ciion against it. Democrats may be better for Party, but by "private sources." Ir
i ** *i m Use united labour. I would hate the Big Boys this. McCarthy claimed that Stc-
uuruig the past tnree getting their hands on the govern- venson wan surrounded by a staf
ai.gii mem Hut 1 have nevn yet of prn-Cornn.uni.sl sympathisers
known a Republican administi.i- \\.
gang. Americans lees
year ago. As the campaign
". it became clear that
bHW causes wouM send
rwer into the Whiic hVue.
Corruption
Ilurlng the peat three
months. I.l-in Rwui baa
toured me I'nlled Stales
from the Atlanttr to uie
I'Mihc. He haa travelled
with General fciscnJivwer.
Governor Adlal "frnan.
and rrestdrnt Harry Tru-
man, and bae interviewed
numerous Americana la all
walks of life. In thai arUd-
hr explains the reasons for
General Kaspnhawvr's vte-
# rrvm Page 1
i w good harbours to the r.ver

visiting a r.umoer of in-
.- .veil .iii Lisbon. The outloog of
ibe 1*1 aInglieas i :.
rstiauo trained "internation-
al" jxilice njake him feel like an
ith this'en-my alien.
biggest I On Uviving Lisbon we had the
lion was the sail ol a liici.ii n.uig
i had acted as one buy oi bull HM '^rbadoa
for Alger Htes. o rarely gel*. In the Portuguese -r. _.
, trW lor per-
ek befort
To-day
.-uapwoi, in loymenl. a fme home and a good
- Washington under we iruman car.
and
the
id wniie-not
rupii
guard, will not I Vhr ''"-1*"' Oestre
freedom of th* pcuii. Young
that promoter, have the consent i of the Commissioner of Police -"*' '" join Liwiinuwers Cru-
teals that in order ^de fur Clean Government.'
isands of people rhare was no doubt about the
who indulge in raffles, conditions .-cisonut integrity of Sn-venson,
should < ih.it the out many rotei felt that he couia
Police cold not clean up what he himself
call upon promoters tor Mate- h;iU described -- ",K-
i i ouW
gl well aware of wh.it was ___
ih, ..Rln , tovlng duurman or h,
m v>hk-h Ot, Utok part. irillfclg m lkton ..nlj nine i.j.
rLAN FOR IIM1II STAnoNa ^f' ** -------- t urle>. .. prujnincbt Daniocrattc
C, "La lfc|C2. f """ ,1"b*1," """"W" ("> can involor of Hawbnadai
IK"., StaJS; ,hST [ '"'* 'l ' namlh.' In,- ,rlnr. who made forlunr
SSS^Sork il Annito, i,'h -, ",uon""1 a hu ml fraud oul ,.t hU invention h,. u,ld M
oUn I^MbUah^arSaaE JClinna ."""'"''"> """ " coulracu. If 1 voUrd for my b.l.lnrs., I
T^,tKSr- "2* n, wb. badly Orrnorra,, have brought Una
auncr bocau...- Trinidad will b,- ""d" > >>venaon. country great proaparitya false
:he,r one ot operations in the I mmiuUl Threat proaperlty prrhapa. Init still proa-___
Caribbean They plan to aat up 2- Th. Communist threat, and tv- Th" lot of buildlnn . "'.""JJTvvi h mmTS
the nnd station at UM linucnal the war ,t, Korea ""' on throughout this country. '? Identify Stevenson with some or
College or Tropiol AgnrulltiP'. The majority or American vol. "Iul """ " * much lM" >"- i?'' corruption rampanl under lag
at St Augustine. In about a era believed sincerely that Risen- drr "" Republicans Rut fve got rniman legtrae There -
lean up uiv lion. I like Ike. and 1 Hunk we dm urn his umcii I
should give th* Republicans a in IUI, in l!M3 I......IvliberaUll
chance to show what tl.. .,l,;l communatta on the un-
T ^a* the 26 year old willing Italian gov-rnm,nt. r .
iii-rhaim..I englneai- rrom I^aig- , bru,ht the Communist Pn.
'""''* <-'llfoniUs. | Togllatt, back from Mos-
,.., ,V.m '.mor.""c...'' '*** ,ow.The"ndld.tureorSU......
to have a militorv man as Preal- "*lP* ',f '"*. ,""t!w u* M*r' '
,t.f
god gecfasraaeaai taaand Bill ihr .mj mghu the little vessel ran sea, and at time* the motion cer-
was very -teadlly on her way enattended tainly was violent; sometimes she
high, go ''' l"l that grai a welcome change tolled at' each way, and only
Palma li "* for us. for you -ill understand took 3 seconds for the roll from
of the c inch that as there are only the two of one side to the other.
i with L-is us aboard we do get very tired It was a tremendous thrill when
look oi fruit when steering is necessary, taking at noon on the eth November
that"of Ihc Spaniards where and vegetable* for the Atlantic u turn and turn about with three your low. graan Island of Barba-
unl at a price wa -.uld afford, hours at the tiller and three be- dos lifte-l slowly out of the sea
. Vnassealn Is^Ssfd Sl>d The UttW ; by the Ume one has cooked ahead lust about when, and when
I J^aEi -tMaeMtMm- hemmed in as it Is by 7.000 foot and eaten, navlgted, and attend- the n-vlgator had said (and
.,- hot. humid and ed to all the things that need secretly prayed) it would appear.
windless, so we were not really doing, there is not a lot of time Although navigation by observa-
rbjga after a stay there of left for sleep. But under the self- tlons of celestiol objects Is an
| VkaiMtrrrr appad away leering twins our life became almoet exact selWW", on a long
ilth October Ixtund foi rnor* ieisurely. In the daytime passage out of tght of land UM
Susan cooked elaborate mania, navigator has little or no oppor-
___with we steered In a baked bread and made cakes, tunity for checking the accuracy
iaue. which i- the early begin- woi..l4lu.n on * as while |-was free to navigate to of his work, o 1 for one alway.
i i.. ran] north-east trad*, Io tmK down mtu the heart of the .,iy heart's delight, and in our suiter from a feeling of appre-
v..- had a glorious passage south to north-east trade wind as quicaJy spare moments we worked about hension as the Ume for rnaking ..
ihc small, unspoilt island of Porto as possible. But although that irte ship, attending to her gear landfall approaches. It is a thrill
m the 480 miles in wind u, generally teiarded as be- and improving the harbour awn- which never seems to lose Us
. 1 2 day* The wind was fresh IDg constant we ran Into a calm ,ng. We even found time to sit savour no matter how often one
ind we carried the whole main- area and there lay almost motion- together in the cockpit each eve- experiences It.
sail and a small spinnaker; by day less for two sweltering days while ntiig. admiring the fine, empty The wind then freshened a lot
h.- sun shone brilliantly over Waadeear by gazing sadly at her ocean over which we sailed so and Wanderer stormed along to-
ihe vivid blue sea. and by night own reflection. Exrept for a long easily, and watching the sunset ward- the i-land. Night was upon
the stars were clear and the low ocean swell the sea was so W|tn ks usual accompaniment of her as South Point came abeam,
'.month that it had the appear- heaped up cumulus clouds all and there at last she ran oul pi
nnce of oil. and the silence was round the horizon. As the sun the ocean swell which had been
profound, ere noticed that par- went down we could see the her constant companion for so
0 nan anet Venus ahead between the HMS. -"id -.1 H o'clock that eve-
ii.i 1'iiiiij. i f the staysails, while the i.mg she found an anchorage m
ne neeaa of BofsK horna, moon. nearly full then, rose Carlisle Bay. The 2.780 mile pas-
church bells and llcsla rockets ,,Uirkly up astern. The risk of sage from La Hidma bad taken 20
almost deafening and continues collision out there clear of the days 8 hours.
well into the night. steamer tracks Is very small, in Almost at once the police launch
But presently the wind re- ruct we saw only one other ship came alongside, and out of the
turned; at llrst it was only th* di.ring the whole crossing, so darkness a' Mft musical voice
faintest whisper of an air, but fter supper we used to hang a asked who we were and where
Adlal."
Then there was the Oklahoma
More Harm Than (.ood
Kvei)i,iie WCkMlfTfld whether
I Truman's immuw cam-
paign trips throughout America
would do more good than harm.
The result of the election shows
that these trips, which were orlg-
lly opposed by Stevenson, did
h>
month Mower was thc~ Tnnldad they will pro- , a*,. Wllh w HusSui am f('r my b"*'"'"- I'd be voting olumn.st Walter Wlnehell thai in
eee.1 to St Lucia, Grenada. ,,. bxtiisiTha wtr T- ww "falnat him. Elsenhower will clear 1922 Truman had belonged to the
Dominica, laonu-errat, St Kltta. BueciX, !^,lfTu,,(^ vS?!? u" lh, business, too. If we are Ku Klux Klan. this was. of course.
Antigua and St Vincent. It is "an?^i. ",h., ^ fii!SS" M wcak ,hal w" ^Wn't whip heatedly denied by Truman.
hoped that with the sid of these ",?^ '*.* *""1 ** JD^loerBVc 'he North Koreans, we'd better Afer twenty years, the Demo-
arht'a wake was s blaze of pale
it phosphorescent lignt. Porto.
... hdrbonr,
O l.md Qfli the iM'ach through the
surf In oui 7-io.it mIu
dinghy: an exciting business, but
we managed it without capsizing.
\,mr, mineral water and Urn.' arc
-is enports. and we
vatched those things being loaded
through the surf into small titli-
ng croft for ^'Pm*"1 to g* that was enough to fill the 330 .,vftlU. 1ifiTit in the rigging and we had come from, and concluded
-quare foot nylon genou and to both turned into our bunks, look- by wishing us a pleasant stay at
and Waaderer ghosting silently ,ng ollt occasional! v to see that the island. Soon the rising moon
over the still calm sea. Then it all was well. So the time nassed illuminated the white sandy beach
rrechened l little, -md we re-set ((Ulu. quicklv and although we that fringed our anchorage and
tbfl mainsail which m luid low- were aware that Wanderer was magnificent grove of palms.
gad during Um caln t.. pi event probably the only Hooting object Prtendlj lights shone out, the Orsl
hafe. and from that day on our f, hundreds of miles, and that we had seen for man., a day. and
1-
Captam of the Port (Captal
he Beach might be a more npp:
fe title i made us very w
although it was 3
hot afternoon when
i him. pressed the
such an
< mie. and
retoefc <>r
weal wine i
xtent th:.t
mns from noon to
iioatly well over 100
were
H
er managed to return safely to lst being 130. The wind which
'Wanderer** who lay rolling hW- had started at north-east slowly
ily in the boy. worked round to vast and we
"From Porto Snnto we went to were then able to set our special
Madeira where the British rest- twin staysails which, when their
lents were so kind to us that brace:
KM nothing but the happiest tiller.
must depend entirely on our ihere came to us across the water
rum resources for everything, we the warm, sweet-scented smell of
weft) never conscious of a feeling the land. Slowly, as we moved
I'liiiiius of thai mountalnoui '' ell For raWMB eaflakfiu dayg
if loneliness.
As the sun shone brilliantly
< very day navigation presented no
Jimeulties other than those con-
re connected to the nected with taking observation*
moke the yacht steer Mlh lhc sextant when the yacht
stations they would be able to
ist ration was deliberate),
start running now, because the ciats are
i out of office. But \
.'....- iniv wouki or aoie so ,.,,,,.,. . if-.^. iJl,.Til ii: i sia" running now. because _.
predict eruptions in the Carib- ^,,,"8 "ff9*' ~V *" Unlt~ Russians could get Us any Ume. have not heard the last of tho
" SS^nS0*!. Si!LJ^ ",.'J* Bu. 1 don', behevc *- -
i. STARS
nd that Elsenhower would
do just that. Tho recent Com-
munist offensive, and Eisen-
'lower's pledge that he himself
would visit Korea, gained him
many votes.
Change
so bright new star on the world's
wean. political Armament, Adlal Steven-
Persorwlllv on. Ourinn Um past three months.
Stevenson has fousht the presi-
gamed eounuess dentlal can tie will
vot-'s by hu personality lie was .,,, lhc nPXt Iour ytun un.
pot only the world-famous Oen- omdal larader of the Opposition.
.II who had
the Second
Your Individual Horoscope
rm si'NDAr, novisui m Hrn
l-OOK In th* M>.-1ini, li wlilrti -,ii-
birlhd., r,tn louh , riuiiagg to tit* Mars.
mas< a ii i. as-aug, w (*rt-i-Do.
doiil HI -*ni i i.v make ur n
*OUndl> (Irl-iiiiinrgl ni nd IJatnl M-lll'
d*rtdr. n.ilhri lt> haii.iiii. md "-i.lv.
Stsrt at chin rti to mn.irit.ni wu1
r# Hvmi up (>> your bst
,.' -hu inn mi un- onuim -,, Ji ill eve c
World War. but his crowd *nse admlnk*trat'ion. -.
was Urrlflc, and vastly superior ...~.rh ,,rMtne\ and humour
to that of Stevenson. He attracted ^ J' ^t" fl' ^ ,G
enormous enthusiastic crowds in ie.' POM,bl, IO " '
ye on the Elsen-
uslng his
hen-
told you
3. The tremendous desire for a
change- -any change away frnm
the Democratic administration.
The Democrats had been in every place he visited, and mil-
power uninterruptedly for twenty lions were delighted by his cbul-
vanra. Millions of Americans felt bent personality, his cheerful
that. If the party system was to fncndlmcs* and the Immense
sunrlee. a HapubUcan had to be charm he put into every wave of
elected President this time his hands.
Typical of the opinions of mil- In complete contrast with
lions of AmericanaoaruYularlv Stevenson, EUe.il.awfr prornlsfld Jl,w "nd lne"-1 PB'dnt Dwig.it
young Americans-was that of s lower taxationu popular prom Ine Eisenhower will hear I lot more
voung unskilled worker in a beer He also gained votes In the ">m Governor Adlal Stevenson.
brewery In Milwaukee, earning 2 traditionally Democratic southern L.B.S.
The Battle for the WhiU MOV I
* over, and America breathes a
igh of relief. But under its noliti-
al system, this nation will soon
.'gin to prepare for the oeskgraa
sional election of 1954. Betwi
wi-e wu>a aid m

Jt NS at to Jl M"
mseai ami aai !-.
IHrtminl. pacp l
XEW ESSO SERVICE BARBAREES
i icaatsrl Vsa
nlnS ivih i .
Restore Youthful Vigour
To Glands in 24 Hours
Nw Discovary Bri ng Plaaiura*
of Ufa to Man Who Saal Old
Bofore Thair Tim*
Da t u, eMar iijn a. Ms, Ar. um
iMaias la i.^inrui iiaaiafl D. rsa
J.'ss w6sriass:
oinar Say trmm h* astaMsl n>i.iwm
boasoaa Um SlnaiT (>* aniUviBt pJijai -
tksa aaat tula M bmsW* lor )ea to r.
Mas** raw r-ssiheal lt*ar aa4 aniau'ion
jVmiMI Vksar Restored
TIM aaJUai ar adtintntf a. ind lb* I Yaflttnl
faffrrsfi'
gasssWs*!
arassaji
Daiiaia >. Ih* vsilq o -.v
Ki.rui MirT.-lM-'
or Nurn 'ti* Uta farlimi- pot- i ,
ugn ot INananSmiair Hit* flaii I . ,-
An aoUD.i.1 ph.OO.0. -lift -.-. ,'-,t/Qi;'.,A1
M rais O* Hi*"****. n- M 1H per- .,_,!,.,
fiH i(iMn>M * '"Sraewnj. thai I ,^P5jU,
- :..! tafi
nraUH IK. tlaft*. ana*
natniHI ro" aiia ii*lll|i la
in |
n;
'.:, II
'Sl fii ja.ih-
., da] '

\t < i i i ...i | ,,...
rid fn, the unalt


asm n
In intns, movip.
IImi
t
ooroaaa m m
ieasvtoi b a tm.
tuns- hoar you 1

so. I Mill I
tfMtuia:
' -I. ua-.,
Annul church
Miwl. I. HKSMaCR
'I.....! iii. . atondarrrul I
r hew Um right
I wn Ha-liirinbi-i t I, .
111 i Mm n a i> i*m AST M icaert
rarsl -Soina days a.e camv.l aaaiin ti
aret otT- on th* nht fool, m ih* uylni
VI SOB ailwara chsnas part
nd ! bneS In ater SMI
lataas-laal Think u aut, ihrn ennfa
with wia* ha*da Daii'l brliuir >,nO.
n" i" your rhuirh
I I I'M MIV I la M \m W N iFlnf.i
'ii,H. M v
naaas aw llmulatiiu,' musK M M , 11 I'l..' xov horn to-dav n asaastatn o! Ulvnl. vrruilllly and coetradlclion. YPM alao can waite limr wham you itp: into a lullrn iraod Scorplu aoa.i> 10 the op. or THr: NKW STATION owned by Mr. P. O. Stewart will be opened tomorrow..
mmi .m. by Thr Very Reverend The Dean. O. V. HasHworMf. who h- hlndly
his blessing.
17th November, at
i on.eiiied to give
A new Esso Service StaUon eive free, an Esso Plashc Bank See
ill be opened .it Barbarees Road At the same time you will be
given a chance of entering a tn# _
mpet.lion for a Bve \ Ix- Mul- i ffleient ser
rd Hadlo. So reineiubcr to productsan
ke a date with the new Esso world over.
lie among the first 72 motorists
10 call at the new Esso Service 1
Station" ;it Barbarees, and re-
Station at Barbarees to-
where you will receive
ibI friendly courtosy.
service, and quality
Esso symbol the
More Miles
More Smiles
WITH
BRITISH
BERG0UGNAN
TYRES
We have- the following
izea in stock
30 x S
: x 6
:i4 x 7
x 7W
5X8 x 16
590
son X Hi
PLANTATIONS LIMITED
COSGOI I II ti
We Hava a Full Range of:
CONGOLEUM SQUARES: :i yds. x 4 yds.
9 yda. x 3 yds.
3 yda. x 2 3 vd. x 2 vc|.
V. -. 3'
IT & 22'2'' Wide
At Attractive Price
BARBADOS HARDWARE Co.. Ltd.
(Tilt HOU&K FOB BAKCAINS)
No. 16. Swan Street Phone 2107, 4406, 3934
Kilt
.. ana p
irl illi amuir.f iptaS > i
t h r-a blat. pntsfU .fi ir pet
.now Vl.*. hav. Mil > SUnda. Utrif i, i \m -.
H fliamrarr. Inn* at tasaJU Wtuiln m 'loar. nail asrn rt -r
laaaZ ...ym.l u- I a aaiets" U*i..w in MUJSr. M .;n
._ ._i Tai"aii'Ca'a>aI. asf plj,,*> *'* Mi iapa Th.
:ii in a ihart tana in. lha r.,iora (i-sBaa to aaaa* ir.n ia alo^ai a>l
at rvar %i|*ar anal -nalln
Doctor Prolsas VLTabs
1 n 0 qtt:mlnl a41->no*>i a^ifaan
TS V-iSS? aaW
Man* artaa.Mli ara i -------
M plnlaai ihat Uw toat Uma-i Um ainoa cuaianM* f VI-
raa *< -t ,a-jUVni TaS. (r*>m m<-' ".u.i.f aaSar Baa laa
, ii- ajan> hurt an 11 St taun/i it-reufn *i Sa4i a,,
*>* ta .i, ir.i-rat in. Ua. |ritmn.r>a
af lift ana * .>. in>tr.ji"-i
TA-J.T.SJ ;S tyafitV" -vs. ?''
nla linawn as Vt- Ui, t-* U- .-
lafta ratxaaanu IM m- xn|M| aat. ant anal UW tsB >inHaa
Ouarcuifced
Results Guorontead
Sa WHiiMir i_ nsw Wrn Iba lantii
ar4(.."1 in Vela*, far >ak anO ar-.
WkWmt afcl wi in all saio af ina -..:
ihU .. naa Itrrt -ndar as abaaKt.
- nf cnnip'i- utiafncoati tr ...
U-'lllg thru
about by the
.iboul the strangely steauy deck
stowing tho snfls, we began to
realise that the llrst pert ot our
.-adventure had succeeded. The
broad Atlantic lay astern. This
wag our llrst tropic Island, and
.., frl- -.w ...i.- fc.i ,. '. linM.- I'
Your insuwlioji is invited
"The ROVER h very
special type of car,
the search for perfection
has been unremitting . ."
The ROVER has Style,
Comfort, Finger-light
Controls, Economy . .
is simple to park.
Built for versatility, this is a
four-wheel drive all-purpose
vehicle of high performance
REDMAN
'"iiiiiiiin
i
44)5
& TAYLOR'S GARAGE
LIMITED
Ph. 4365
iiiiii.s rot it
finvti
OK ltll.%
X.V/AS OFFER tl
PRESTC0LD
REFRIGERATORS
Starred lor Brilliance of
Deiicn aad Flnial,
Spangled with a calax>
of New Features, Greater
in Space. Greater in Grare.
Sealed Units with a 9
Year Guarantee.
14, 5. 7 C.ft. All-Steel
Body.
I1; Cub. It.............................. $347.00
I Cub. Ft. BeKular .............$4*5 Now 450.00
7 Cub. Ft. Regular..............S575 Now 520.a0
THIS (II IKK 1 \STS TO END "I I>1 (TMBER
Wm. F0GAR1T (/*,) Ltd.
*


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER
1932
RJNDAV ADVOCATE
PACE TIIIKTI I s
m
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES
C-N 4AD .\*& i_OOOrV "
H9*\'Krt* AVOCfMT4Li.V
i\rmitv rr> offices
mxcerr moa rue to*
An*'*TK1E*JT L>T7i f
\rnc>M Turr
MT1 v '. -
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
FLASH GORDON
flW/AU Mr >OU
0fNG KUTlCAL FAVORS
**tt owt;
HSUST*
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY DAN BARRY
N c-js OF
BY FRANK ROBBINS
COeBTECT' SOMEONE L
PIANTEP A TlViE EO0IM
nee plane.'obsebve.,
THE TINY MECHANISMS
PRECISION MAPE fc
f THI5- ME55 tS GETTING
COMPLICATE?/ MAYOE I
CAN GET 60WE ANSWERS
IF I ...OW-OH...WW/I7'*
WAT *
OUKNEP LACK ANP IW
EPGES-' THE BOMB rVA9 WRAPP6I
NTHlS; ANPTHE A"
507At,.-WHATA^'C^Y 1.
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC MANUS
- U3 MM
BELA-ivBe
y
)
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
A wok pqt*pj: \th TaotWas gdI
----------------- I *A SO-WY THB I A*.L TwBY COULD
-"-AtANiLia'S M.RP TXU9U / CK5A\...T-t> K
I WXIX" T nAS AS-.SD (X- / CBS^AIN t C EC
AN BOMS- 6VB* FOR mv._ f*n^t Hi CAS uiT
BUT if IT MAS "0 BE ~$ l TMS *A'B&
map fou.c> rdMaH
THC KOV...
I
... AN? NOW VOJ RS A_t -... \--an*-> -3 i3u.|
CNT3POT OJPaOEP*ON,A>CJ AKD I AW I
-5JT AWORKYINiT... / OffA-f = ___
OIAn-V fOMETMMi TO *'* > l-C-.' 5 ?L tjd
*#0UT... --_ , --^ T ftuPPOSS WIT-
I **"-i 1/ v>-n*NC.XAEa
\ST '
" C*fc >Qo O
10 CAN' .
'.-> A tJf?T J
s^
Kta Gtori* Yl
Gordons
Stands' SuptetHJi
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY_AT_ALL BRANCHES
rMTAvs__Tin. Uiuiilly NO aotMM itni'P-j ik ..........M
liUAVASTint _. .44 .40 GOLDEN YKHPI-I
CHASE 8. SANBORN INSTANT SSmOOT '
COFFEE .. .87 .80 c \.......n: i..... .......................'
IIKOKIN .M
FRY'S HOT CHOCOLATE .48 .45 vorv; hm: CABBOTI 4
PEAIl-4 4KKI1TM .4
MLADE .. .42 .38 SAIR1KKAM 31
iii mi Arri.i s\ii .44
STEAK ONIONS .. .74 .86 ruiksvita l.M
____ MAllll BUCUTS*k|i .32
APRICOT PIE FILLING.....44 .30
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Far ihoHf trha Inrv ihv fa //
Nvrv's u Vinv Xman iiitt
YACHT ll\f >.
MEW HEVMSKU IIHIIOX
b> vwinn> ciaan
ADVOCATE STATIONERY

THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK S RAY MOORES
MEBE AS Iff C0OS-AN
ME&E AB THE JEWS IUEV-
l MEAN WE SIOU
*a
UAEP WAV. UAI, BUI *u CTSWE A
* CftEC hCW WE MUCI ACT
, FACT"
4
ur
'CldOBec*, T^E vVAMBECm
Guinness
STOUT
FOR STRENGTH
_-'._
C. F. HARRISON & CO. (Barbados) Ltd.
P.O. BOX 304
BARBADOS


PACE FOIRTEFN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1S
CLASSIFIED ADS.
mrpHONi isoi
I-OH SAVE
- : .*! CbIH.

MThllKIHI t Tida IwaCIH
KiW '<1 taiwilj aratrfuUy Ilu
)>>mi*< to all who .itlrrflert th* tun*'.
aisled on the or*
Mr. I>

Colly more Buck SI
III II U U
ait-T*- Family i it- t*e M.HK
C.H of "MayvluV, Chelsea Rwd eg
to thank all those who attended th
funeral sent wreaths mid card* and
In ether ay* ".'* svmpath,. with
t'
14 II M-in
. ir -.-. Th.
Ui occasion o, sne
Era*. R filbson. I.U-
-
Jii- .
r-isV.snt r.

,.(ii other
MB
fc- pasalng of Mr-
I \in.
il Michael
kin. .-I. Dudley
>'
IN MFM0R1AM
r loved he< |
ItfMw who ha- r. .

- ..i t.v E.I..-T1 Cr-
Stella. Mar.
IMHr.u, III. H.vne.
-nd.
at- In
l.ovlna Mwr> of S.vbt.
Rewttn*
A year has gone beyond recall ti
' bta W4 leer.
Via. tne (^.-1 Soul Ih.l .-.cr bmlhC
na- tamnN of love h>rr brio*
ir pence
E-*e to he tm-ibarM h> CUrenee
Rawtlns 'Hatband. C-lrtn .Daughter.
The Rawttn, family. The AJkayne family
AUTOMOTIVE
ateaaSORD VAN I* 11 rwto id-
le need ana? In realty (Mod eeeafaUen
Dial Mm. Courtes* Garage
14 II to an
CAW Stand. r Engineering *T
'hone aMT ll.ll as
iahall VHOX. piactu ally
ant) dent ASSS mile*. lhane
HUMAN A TAYIOR* GARAGE LTD
1> II or.
l-.aahall Veto* It eon miles
! Eckstein's Oarage. Bey
CAII-Ont Prelect ford, late Modal. In
I Condition Partly Maw Price Win.all.
Apply lo Smith-* Oarage. Roebuck St
IB II II M- In
CAR-One Cltreon Car. excellent con-
lilion Phone REDMAN A TAYUHIS
ttARAOE LTD. lft II -*i
CAJIAuatln A-te Devon, ll.am mil*
;:..client rnn)ilton Maw helterv C*n be
..teln Urea Tfl a
1 rn.illan.>r lid 4flaS
t Harris and
.... Waif*
war, Walbsping
1% II U An
.toad. d a. n
, TB*a*non* Ml
4 II sa-tJ.r.
-.- 1 HP
il rj -i- ssfaanaei I
I'i'iii.ii Minus
notice
Ni>N or T hit
Tender. r mviiad re. lha aa^..
u. at mar* pi. t. af f---------
^.im dais t si Ly-, AlmMvouae
irom I<| Jaauar>. iau
Tandart III ba racaraW b (h* vin jBadl op to and im-i.idlna Saturdas MB
LawMMaar, i*?
O L DTANI
i lo Poor Law Guardi.n>.
SI i.uc
1 !l W-ln
NOTICE
PABlantar .i il.,
ipii-.lliona (or ona or more vacant
--l will ba racai.rd ay AM^a*
tXtn Saturday MUt inat CMHUlaa,
i ba daiathim ^f ParhvhMdldn] a< SI.
NathMI ----niHutM and no|
lht >d iidnun than Iwrlvr
1*1 Hill SAIIS
KI AI. F5TATK
AT IWowsis h:i ;
Tr^*rav i ird..,.,

<>! only CtM '
l*r#r IWa.d.
Ona
rgsm
r^ .l.'.yr'J
It jrrompany aach
O. L DEANS,
Vaatry Ctork.
SI. Uicy
Thr Parisian Dress Slwp
......11 KI. -,,.!,
ThM l to nollfy my patrona thai lha
nova will be rc-opanod lor builnaai from
Ih Hovambar
I'll *.j I.,
NOTICE
II' WIST ItDIA lil-i l I l in iip
NOTICE it haraby Bi,ai, that applwa-
lon naa bran mada lo lha Dtraa-tor. ol
r* abo*a n.i
Charlai Wlllia
r* cartiAcaia lor fa
-IfMl. Inclurlva.'datrd 4th Auu.l.
upon lha >uian.ani thai tha carUA-
aurd to thr aald Aiiu*Iii* Chatlaa
GrlfTlth naa bran loal and not
dVpoailad with
nihaiwiar. and notice
if within thirty day
ratoy
rurtlv
I I-..,
Ir-
FOR RENT
HOVSKS
Hl'NCAI^tWS Tan Modarn Runa-
I * ftanfo..! A Eunirr. Maawalli Road
fully rurnlihad. all modarri rr.nvanlanraa
rrdudM imn,. ..nd .llvera Canton
f** PlUtrn-. M.-all. OeM or Itiana
Sll 14 11 SI -an
n>)uui-.
rnavo*. dta m.
aual ram
saiadr ktaabl
and lardri.
DaaSraBBI W
1 iwari Sir..!
otualrd with
all rnrloaad. A
Apl>: C. B.
I II .M-Sn
rABAWAY rullv nnuhad 3 bad
loom hauar. SI Philip roul. l.lghtlna
plant, Wataimlll upp.y. Carport. I
Sarvanl roomi Monthly in.i Sfo plui
SI rlaanain* charfa, IN ADVANCE. DUI
447S I1U U.
OAHAOE ANT OPTIC*. Jarkaon St
Mirhaal. now Mlnf u*ad by tha Vonkar.
Kill Co lxnM-Mir.il from Drrrmbar 11
T.-laphnnr i OAVa DUI V for uamculBH
iii hv
tN - Fully furnuhrd
Crana roaal Doubia
omt. uahima riant. Wi'
mill lupply Monthly rant fl- pV
rlaartini charge, IN ADVANCE.
4411 7.11. S 11
PICK UP -Ona AuMIn II h n tnerhAT-i
alii aaund Owner laattna Mand Krai.
at ofTrr lo I'.Vi f-i App^ Jona*'
Cji.k.'. oppcdtW Re*d Strrrl. Rnatrti
IS II ** I-
i mclud-
from data hereof
no claim or rapraaantatlon in rrapacl of
TdM orurlnal caUlfleale li mada to lha
Duarioaa. ihay Will Uaatt Blli| to daal
*nh luch BMtUcBikm far a SrH to
H\ iitrlrr ol the Baatd of Dirorio--
, i m oiinm,
14 II S/
UrflD CAMS A Ana arlacOoi
n| two ill llillman Mlnv, Motin Otion
\j.ti., A-40. VauxhaU Valoa. Ford Pra
laU Chrrtlar WlnSaor aultabla for Mn
rapaclally and a ISM Chryator Moral
> m.blr far corv.aralon Ui Pwkap-Dial
4CI4. Courtaoy Oaraaa 14 II
ELECTRICAL
HAMO-O"
itibn. wim i
y. Ettavtlla. Daai
S IS Kalicrattrr Radla a
rlrlna- ari Apply lo S
IS II SS-ln
XMAS TKEF. HIOHTS wl
Khymri (II to Bati Dial 43SI Caur
1< % Q ,i.i*r 14 II H -*n
UVESTOCK
RACE hOMt OaUahWU. 3 year old
filly by Vmlddad 'winner of tbo Aacol
G..IU cup -nd arvoT.rib) oul
Of lay Bora iwlrner and dam of wlnnarii
by Palali Royal Remainder of padllrae
tuppllad If required Apply Hon V
MECHANICAL
B1CVC1XH 1 Three Nocada Balelah
Bkryrlaa lOraani twri.ly-lwo Irani*.
Apply io -
lafwISSSS
lOfoani twrni>-lwu jnm
i Mr,. Roberta. "Gar.lmaa
nu
"NT. rURNIHIIKI) HAT *! ManhaUn
on aaa. Wek-hoa, 3 hrdroaana. aersan
rooaa and fa'aae. rnrloaad yard, rrlda
frio all modern convrnlaairra Appl<
Rdoa Fiirriliur.- Remover Dial EMS '
'. P> :> i r ,
ROOM l.iror rouin with all ranvamJ
area* Fpl rxparleTK-ed ldy or roupli
Head of Chapman Stie-I 16 ll.UM
WINSUiW CATTIJ; WA1H-For laal 1
wraka in DnrmWr and Jan rb.
Mmoh. May June and JuK of 1*90 Dial
W41 IB 11 SSan
MISCELLANEOUS
HOUSEWIVES You ran now Rant a
JOHNSON'S Electric "Beaullflor" Floor,
Pollahar at <.nly II 00 par day Beautify
mur Floor" and furniture in lima for
Xmaa by iiOna JOHNSON'S W-x Pyodueta
and Floor Pollahar Phona 414B K J
Itamel.Smith. A Co Lid Pliidar SlraM
S II SIen
ANNOUNCEMENTS
AT nil
TOVR Jia-S
Craekara Dr.
lam. IS a in
-OTTAflK OITT SHOP
iw Pwnle.. AnlmaU. Xmn
>rallona No parklna prob-
lo 11 a m 4 p.m. to S 3S
14II BS-ln.
RIVlKEN DKNTUKEa The wont
be akllfulLr irpairrd. fraclurad.
muau Danturre irflttad wllh pciial imported
rnaStrkll
St, I Wilt DIAL DKNTAL l-MIOKA-
TRV Removed from Ratd Straat to
liopburk Street. Opthiailr Coca Cola CO.
11.11 IS -In
Palnlln
KXIflBTTION i
work by Mr,. J
b* Nan KrnU^II
r.ir Savannah.
10 a m S p m
_P_ _
. .; ii rASHKW btrnflBMi i
Covorod Buttor... Ruckle.. PlraUni.
ready made Pleated aaUrte mi aata
aan Street and Bu-by AUe-y
II II.W
.d Shell.
palnttna,
al Barbodoa Muarum.
Wor SUiSath. dally,
Sunday, I 30 p m to
1 II SSlSa.
GIFT l-AHCELAV |*t u, arnd your
<'..ndv (HIT PARTE1JI to the U.K
Lea**- your order CANDY BOX iCava
-Laphrrd. : R. UM *- 8-th Un. M SS
-knar "id Pn-taKr included
ii ii u m
na'ntrd flraan
particular*
IS 1| M tS
Land For Sale
(2) two acres of land at
St. Eliiabcth Village, St.
Joseph
(2> two acres r.f Innd hr-
low Si Joseph'* Church.
Both beside the main road.
(3i three spots of land at
Maxwell Road. Each 'pot
consists of I2,()0t s'liisre feet.
a.ooti Miti.iic f(.i of land
st 3t. Mich.it'l s How next to
Alltvne. Arthur's bond.
Pay a small deposit and
the balance un term*.
MACHIWF. Slnper
tine DUI SMf I
Victoria Street
Tieadla Kawmi Ma
Archer McKentlr
AT rONTABEJlX
Aooiii a.ojn Raj .,
B7d'2*n Vary
- MAIN nb ItoViJJ:
Oomg for Only allH Nat
aWjV*C?Sr
SU'alV**
-- MISON
'" A H.il-
-- Ywld
t II.
7 F^^^M^SS'-Sayl ,'- oai; ir.is.'iJA^Srj
Si fa..... BM r.i".hlal Troaaurer "T f*"*' Bwunaaa Prarntora
aayi a aptkamal Carliacaia *"'" *' Bualnaaa Stand. Cai
b..ut no.M
BaatSorai
. Can
S3S oa
IfaSeWM *T
Can Yiaia
.... M..,.
!'
n---------r an -to Make, a tritiaS
II Known U..I D r 0t Abu IXADC
LOWEST PfUCES -nd UfaRniZ
SK^-"IOPI:' "3? 25:
?1SS *"y"HZ*X DIAL sin.
tJOIIv. Bovuh\ HmU

ElaMMsiar. Black Rock. _
S*, acraa arable land, -tone h.nldaaa with
I eedroonv. ..In... and dinrag laaenT
>->r-* <-..^^.....;VZl,
FSJ. Mill. Tank Pipe.. atalU etc ,rZ.
afcav priced and ea>. mortgage Apply
rrad C.rmrchael J>hone M*J "^^
wly built ttonawall
Oiiaee leal of land
ael. The houae con
m. living loam and cont
r- nbove property will he
- Public compatlUon at
bungalow with
il Pine Hill. St.
Hn, Ihrea bad-

BOYCat
S-ihiiior- "
4 11 M-4n
AUCTION
Oa
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMFR
1 ..--Ja>
O.i .1,1
Xn-v:
a.-, .,
MOM A,
-Find
will aril her
if, both antique and
i. ^.client (anJilhH. al
iiaaten Road II inrludaa
nice Tip Top Oval
_ lound Tip Top Table.
Sate Tabar. ServniB. Ornament Cork
Wl, aVmbrokr and Card Tabu.. Plant
filiill Canterbury. Tall Plaol Pedealal*.
Claetn- Table Lampa larved. Hepple-
and other Sideboard-. Settee with
End,. Revolt tag Book Car ,ln
rin and Ea*v Ch.it. all In |ood
wM Mahoo.^y Wain Settee and Chain,
pphaa Arm Chain, old China. San-
area Olare Barrall Shade C O Fruit
Oiaae- Dronirn Ac Olaaa and
China. Dinner Tea and fruit Servicee:
Pklur-a Engravinaa. Oood Baeaanelei
Chhn-na Crack, Single Mahog BlSlial.
Sprlna and Deep Steep Mallret.. 3-Wlng
Mirrored Mahog Praia aad PfaaUa,
fabkt. Mirror*. Canva. Cot. Eaaanina-
t Table. Daaat. Glaa, Caaaa, Waali
All palnhed White Oa* R.lrkorr
Sar Mortal 1 4 Burner Bed
Ovott
~ kei 1-Hurner
Scale
SALE 11 30 O'CLOCK TERM.i CASH
RANKER. TRUTH AN a, to.
AsvelliBISBi
SHIPPING NOTICES
.iiiiiiliiii- Niilinnal Sh'.iimslii|is
c
BOtIMPOUND
taarbad,
t ad. Ke4-'< JO Nnv
I aaadlaa < hallaag'i X N'-v
I aaadlaa < ralarr .. It Dee
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. -A-eaU.
GOVEI.NNEM NOTICES
ATTENTION U drawn to the
Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amrndrnrnl) Order, IRM, No. SB
which will be published in the
OfYVIal GrfaWtte of Monday, 17th
November, 1952. 16 11.52 In
ahed
LIQUOR UCENSE NOTICE
ITBANSFEB AND RFMOVAI.l
e application of Qledy
HUL St PhlUp. lha purcha
. .or LicanM No HE of 1SS1 t
to her in roapec
Supan. St Philip. .
lo a board and aalvamird ihop with
ahed attarhad at Blade* Hill. SI Philip
iuo It al auch tail described piern-
14th day of November. IS93.
Sgd GLADYS HIUIWNE.
Applicant
To It W IIAHPatR Eaq..
Alt PolK-e Magl.trau-. 1)1.1 "C".
N II -ThU application will be conald-
red at 0 LKenunc Court to ba hold on
34th November. 1BSS at II o'clock a m
e Court,. Diet "C "
R W HARPTJI.
A. Pouea Maguintta. DhM "C".
IS II ll-ln
IIIKATIO.VAI
for. -
b Gradual, preferably In Malh.
malic, for January 1*03
In a Graduala In general ubjrclt -
Including OaogyBphy tor April
HSfl:
AuplK.itIon. ahould !- made to th.
HeadmUlroaa. from whom further partlcit
lar, may ba obtained, on or before, for
la. the lath December iM.
lb) the l.l March IMS
IS II SBIn
"TRAITAN. Ital.r.'h Road, near the
ivannah. Apply lo Mla. GET.
over -4 p m dally SBI
IS U.faV-Sn
STASIDK PROPEhTTY With plet.ly
ea. Rltuated In "Road View,
Apply lo Mr, Olive Mnl
IS 11 U-In
HOTEI..
_ SALE NOTrCE
The tindarrlgnad will offer for rale by
i.Jri*-eo"1P*""on UmU orrk*. No 17.
luih Sireel. Bridgetown, on Trlday the
3atn day of November 1SSS at 1 p m
eSMag coneanii EDOBWATER
Rathaheba. SI Joaaph, Handing
aa. I rood, u perehea of land
The bowl which command, a beautiful
law of Ike Incomparable BaUujheba
.-** *<* ' awepi by tha Atlantic
lirrere.. conlalm a pacMu, lounge a
IV bedrooms each with running wa<
II with toilet* and bathai
Th company, elacUlclly and
inotollad.
Inapeotlon any day bv uppmntmer
Diu mn.
For further particular, and condlboi
of Hie apply te
COTTIJE, CATTOHD A CO
Solicitor,.
WATERWORKS DEPART-
MENT
Payn-aot of Water Rateh
CONSUMERS who have not yet
Raid water rates In respect of the
Quarter anding 31st December.
1S&2. are hereby notified that un-
less these rates are paid on or be-
fore the 29th of November, 1S52,
the Department, as authorised by
section 46 of the Waterworks Act
1895-1, may stop the water fr-
flowink* Into the premises In re-
aped of which such rates are
payable, either by cutting off tho
pipe to such premises, or by .'uch
means as they may think fit. and
Use proceedings to recover any
amount due.
ItAtJTOli
three m-e.1
11.... Dial
Genie aporu Model wtth
ind dynn-huh. In Al eendi-
EISS IS 11 SI in
TRAllaTR -1--4 ton Trailer lor Tet-
luaon Tractor wllh Bull! In Jack 83SBS0.
^Iher trailer, RWi 00 A MO.Ot. fwnllha
MISCELLANEOUS
AMERICAN RKASRIEItErt -In many
l> > Tea-roar and waite, >U BlaM
I SO par pair The Modern Drc Sboppe
....ii siTri II 11 61-In
TWS HOl*N ItlOB BCROOl.
rast s. mn tH-Mir ori
in rum will be held hare
r Mini November ,t a m
_..*, tinder the ago of 14.
Englivk, Artlhmetat General Knowleda'
" boy, and girt, air eligible Wlnn.-i
ir given % vear, free luflon. book
nnce With maintenance. tian,portai->i
l^-iiw- iithrng etc No rntrarur
Scholanhlp lanable from January
Wa guarantee rmployment on completion
' arhool rourao.
g&b.
IS II 13-
ANTiqUES Of every darcrtpMan
Olaaa. ehlna. old JcwaU. Bne Silver
Watercoloura. Early book*. Map*. Auto-
graph, etc.. at Gorrtnga, Anlique Shop
..Homing Royal Yacht Club
a.l.le-t f,n.
IIHONK1JTYS BATH SOAP large
to aukei a nice Xma, praaent
Reduced from l.'B lo je cake. Aaoorlad
ScenU. Knlghtl Ud 14 II U-3n
OKEI'E Printed Moroab. Crepe 4
eiy cireMul .h1e. At Than I B-oa
r Wm Henry SI. Grral Autumn Sale
h.l ii S v Worth Double
IS II.IS in
COOPRR-B AJLRJKM. F1.YSPRAY _
out** r,uich death lo FUto. Moaqulleea.
Cockroach. Obtainable from aU laadlng
Siorea In two alia, 13 oa. Sl.M.
PUR
ss. ml a*
DIARYA uaeful out for a friend
abroad "Tho B'clii Rugagajiuaiil Dtaty"
With II Beaullful picture, ol the Uland
and the price la only E-. KNIOHtrt
LTD 14 11. IB-ln
FOB THR HOUSEHOLD TUrktah
oweu largo .lie SI 41. Face CTotha .or.
arh Waah Bag, 3Sr each. Yellow Dull.
r. at.- each. Regular Site Pillow Car.-*
Unon Kllfhen Tow -
_
II 11.
IIAHOROARD Standard Headboard.
*irea h- x 4' and 10- 4' for Celling, and
.inrlltlona Only > cento per aq ft
(, W llulchlnaon A Co Lid Dial
14 11. atin
Hoot
INDIAN LEATTUBl SANDALS
i ihaifea and palento all ataee ,
Hint for Xma, Al reduced prim
nOBa Bro, Gre,l Autumn Sale
1S II u
MATS lairgi- Sue Straw Mala Axtiali
.torn UnUlrd QuaoUty reduced a
Tlwni Br.- Girat Autumn Rale i
,ra
-I.SNFJHV ACCESSORIFJ* Cntwllnea
_____nga. Bower,, father, and hat alrawa
cite Modem Drew Sr>.pa. ltn..ni Street
NERVrroNE nINB" An accevuble
Xmaa gift for your cofivalaaeent frlendo
1 ...rge and ornall bottle* In nock Kmgbl',
Ltd. 14 ii ss- an
OIL RTOVRa Two Burner Taato
M.rfel Cooker, Block and While flnlah
ii SU S4 each G W. Hutohlneon A Co
ltd Dial *EB. Mil.ssan
For j!I pnrlicula
apply
DARCY A. SCOTT
Middle Street dial 2645.
15.11.52.3d
TODAYS NEWS HASH
MODEL FACTORY
ENGINES
That Work ll> Steam
AT
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
HOl-ND IRON AND HT-V.. IOI.
.. ',. ', and '.. Sh~i S. W. '.. VS
. nnd I'l. ." ' ' Enquir* Aulu
... Co, Tr.lal.ar and .pr .lr^'
Kill s ai.i;
drier Rlrrm, nraVw FH-
Uiik,. Frti.'Three Speed
P.rU.
I HESCENT CYCLE STORE
30 Tudor Si.
Happy Ilaya .re here .c^n
il..- .- Good New.
TniBiflfr Cigarettes
at OLTON'8 Ni> 4 Tador SI
$2.38 per Carton
and 12c. par Pack
JOHN
M-
HI 1HOS
4%
A.FJI., r.T-aV
Eitrnalve Llstuiifl or Good
(i.i" rroperey and Land
Always Available

REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
< III SCRIM.
te at Magweaa Coaat Road.
ung three ttod.oom. with
d SUllhg roam,, modern
i ...trd lo a good
Hdentl.it area with rsecllrni h ,
A nhii.i1 btveaWnanl at a
. pnee.
i I ... M '.W
Situate In Rockley New Road
comma ruling a magnlRcent view of
Golf Court* unohatructrd to
II ,..'..!]
with bulll-ln cup-
Ing and dining room,.
kitchen, toilet and ba'h
..ua: bcrvanl,- room with
md balh. garage lor Iwo
-nigh room for laundi*
property aland, or.
rly is.soo aquara lent
RI Nt.AI.OW
Il t;, .. BM M..1I Tcnac"
fAtea ^ iir--:: aa.
ee bedioom, wllh loileto
bath, attached, dining and
kitchen, verandah to
I a nice nalle la She
orppeny -taude an
i '.acre of lend.
KVANTON
Biluato at Top Bock coriwrlafng
three bedroom,. Iwo with adjoin-
ing toilet and balh. .pare room
nlng room, kitchen, toilet
ih wiUi hot and cold water.
i South and PaUo
the North The outbuilding,
prlae nf .rrvanl,' room with
ii.il balh. and a large
Inspection by appointment
MT'chea of land situate
own private bathing beaoh, and
comprUIng three l-ilroomi, wllh
private toilet and bath lo main
bedroom drawing and dining
warns, Rttfepean balh wllh hot
and cold runtuig water and
eonrate loil-t. modern kitchen,
and a gallery on two Mdea.
WTN DOVER

Sit Men", It . St r, n-r Sland-
Ing on appro. nauly 41, acres of
ana ueMa
rlectod frull trees
The houee co npriae, three brf-
room,, dining
nd bath* wllh hot
nd cold water

*"rr,jnrage i i .1... -. in 'o aervanli room*.
l. .. t-.-n -.1, -i.,\. i, i.i. ,t, j by
th, Dallf Tslairaph.
. leafling Dally Newoaaper no-
ivlnf in Barbaaai by Air only a few
days after |ruboceUan In London. Contact
Ian Oalo e/o Adracala Ca.. Ltd Local
TSl. EllS
STOVER The famoua TURM A
'A! OR
DLAL 43S1 COLTClaaTY
JAHAC1 u ii y- "
SANDALS ArnesSran Gold Sandal
All die* at Thani Bros Pr Wm lie.,
Great Autumn "Vale only al SB
IS II SI
un to aa lb,
Hutchlm
TEA vTTit- An t.al S*tt lai elv :
lea Sou ai 110.14 each G
Hiiti-hlnMip A Co I.Id Da- ED
14 1
Special Offer at
Truck and Car Tyrea X
fSJS IS Ml II. aooIS. Dial 1
Auto Tyiw Co. IS 11 St-SaT.r
TtK.ui 1 Band saw. I
Ing Machine 1 Sander, 1 V Wood
turning lathe wllh elide toot and Cabinet
of turning tools. Phone SSSS.
IS II SSin
USED BLOCK srroifK V
lOBtV uaed Lumber Plm
Tlnorlng. Window, end I
_____* block.
Join. Pin
also Pi-
ll M Si
???????????????OS)** *><
FOR SALE
AUSTIN IS, newly uplMlatorod
new tyre, and battery BMcrllrut
ondillon SSSS
PRAM Tansad. -
GENTS Maw R'-
lie Ph.
SEA VIEW GUEST
HOUSE
quoted
HACTINGS. BARBAIH)S
Dally and .,.i.Kt.-Mn Ratea
reqiieat.
Daaavsr and CVektail
Partlws airsjaared
J H 0UCKL.AND
Proprietor.
IMBBSSSXBb
it. .'ii 'ii in
Sltuato in ihe Garrtaon. St
llrhael, comprUIng- four bed-
combination II vina and
dining room,, separate toilet and
bath, kitchen with built-in cup-
bnarda. Verandah Ihe whole length
nf lha huiMir. Th* niitliulhlir-a-
comprtae two ssrvanbi rooms wjih
water lollel and a Career for two
car. The above property aland,
-ri npproaimataly 7 MM) aqua.a Mat
of land Thle house ha* g*a end
no electric rationing inspection
by appointment only.
TBIRSISDON
Slltuilr al MaiwclU Coast Road,
comprising of four bedroom, all
with running water and one with
BttoaRi :
dining room, large kitchen.
separate toilet and balh. open.
verandah on two stire* with one
lacing lha era OuU>aUldtrupj- 1
ervanla roon... an'..
rr The rroprrtv .land* on I
I'Oda. IB parch., of latot iiy
peeuon by appoinlmoni aaly.
OCEAN IMAV
Bltuota al Roeklrv n^,d adjoin-
ing the famoua R.. .
boat sea bathing In Ihe Uland
Divided UilO three flats and bring
a very high monthly rental. There
will be many prospective purch-
____ for tills property Do not
ansay.
hi Ml '.ol. Ill
Situate at Wclchea. Christ
Cnurch. within 100 yard* of lha
sea Very reasonably priced
Please
rARALON
Seawall Airport.
SATURDAY. 29TII NOVEMBER, 1952
IN AID OP
THE OLD LADIES HOME
CHRISTMAS MIT- oC all description Rnd to
Suit nil Pockets
PUNCH A JUDY ..ml A FILM SHOW
to Amuse the Children
THE POLICE RAND lo delight and
Entertain Everyane-
SWF.ETS. CAKES. ICES. TEAS AND A WELL
STOCKED BAR

Help a Very Daervirtf Charily ami Spend
a Pleasan; Afternoon.
ADMISSION
CHILDREN & Nl'RSES
1/-
ei
i..
larffa bedroom* nh dieseing
tUchcd. Iwo medium Use
bedroom, with dre-.ing loom, and
btull-ln copboaid.. to)lei and balh.
at Ian, |ie-.h and the"***'
Downstair, Entrance lobbv, living
and dining reoa. break)
kitchen, luge Mudy nod *
.-.-ii pallo to ujc South.
. .
HUMS and a portion of atablc
.ntainmg 1'. a."-
lion by oppotntmenl only.
i tin
H al St Jama, C.-at. be-
Iween Colony Chrf and Coral
Reef Club Spots ran b> '
ttl a frontage lo the aea.
a right of way
REALTORS Limited
BEAL ESTATE AOENTB
AUCTION ISBS
VALUERS
BBIDOSTOWN PBONE 4SSS
FURNITURE
AUCTION
' LVNCrDURGH 'J_
Mh Arena*. BelUslll*
inatrucled ay Mrs. t. M
V llarrera to dispose of her furnltur.
V ..nd afleeu aa listed below
N V1FWINO MORNLNG OF SAIJ
X Hat Stand. Sol 4 Morris Chairs .
\ with Spring Cu.hiniia. *l IllllliaJIS
\ Jlerblce Chair, Beveral Ocoi
Table*, Dlnlni T-blr. Dunns;
Cbalra, IMab....... Ti,, -.mn Tali c
wilh Full Length Minor and Stool.
with run Length Mirror and Stool.
Drwaflnf r-ble wtthnmail Mirror.
Double Bed with Vooo Sprmf-
Single iiaad with Vono Raring tAI.L
THE AHOVE IN MAHOGANY)
A.idcobc wllh Full LeaaUi
Mirror.. MS. Drcaniitg Table.
Canvas Ch-Hs. Cyp CofTce Table.
R'lah and Cane Seated Rockers,
English El. ir. lUfntveralor iSU.
e Hi New Condition. Singer
Treads* Bewtoa Machine < Recent
i< -i-i. Kltl '"'. T-i>'lc '>'d Canoe*,
large Round Mirror Wllh Bevailad
F-lee. Iron Bed and Fibre Waltjeaa,
Double and Single Fibre Mat-
t'eeaas. Ptd Ch.lrs. Llucn BaskM,
flld Table, and other Items
AUCTIONEERS
Jssl..a >. Hlnaaflsasa
AC.
I Fhone 4640
FUntatkHW Build In*.
'''' V-v,w,v/,VAW/-'/.V.
FURNITURE
AUCTION
AT
iivtsis tout*i.
St. 1.1...
(Near High School)
Wa air favoured wllh Inatrur-
I.one Irom Mr, 11 M BIOW to
sell by Auction Ihe Reto collection
. hie S1IERITON and
/vNTItjUE rUBNITURE. alau Rood
Q..ttitv Madacp Plccee. OsSSaware
.nd other Household EllecU .t
ItAYNEJJ COUBT. ST JOHN
I'UWINO I>\V PRJOB TO AND
MOBMNG OF SALE
PYE RADIOGRAM, Oval
Dining Table. Set of Dining Chair,.
Occa, A CoR.-.- Table.. Tip-Top
Table*. Drop Leaf Table. Willing
tanks. Trinket Table. .Ornarrientai
rabies. Armchair,. Upright Chair*
Vanity Cabinet. Bide-
hnar.i Single A Double Ended
Settees. Fitted Cocktail Cabinet.
Hedside Table A Cablnrto. Dseaa-
t- o| Dr.iwers.
IkxikOieives. Hill lenfflh Mirror In
blr Frame. rV.w-Frotnwd
tawant Dnseaing Table with Mine.
Table Lamp* 'ALL THE
I IN MAHOGANY.. 4 Up-
holstered Easy Chair.. Octal.
Tablaa. Inlaid Cabinet. Carvel
Ddleh Cabinet. Upholstered Stooii.
Grandfather Clock. Dining Table
WHi Braes Feet. Gate-lagged
Dining Table, InUid Sldebaard,
Tan Table. Drop Leaf Table. Small
Oast Table. Ornamental Antique
GUI Table. Double Bed with
Sawing Mattrra-v Single Bad Wfjlh
., o n i sfAs n-,.i-
witli Bo. Spr.ng. Inlaid Cttcat of
Drawers. Inl.ud Serving Table*.
Comer Table.. Large Oak Che.t.
Old Oek Table E-.y Chalra. Ston-
,-,d A Table Lampa. Carpet, A
raUSB. Mosquito Nets. Decorated
Feed Bag, Oil Patotlnga. Walet
Prinla. Framed Map,,
Shoe Rack Olaware, WEST
iNGHousfc hhwTkfatsta
ll.n
Ova
n,tir...iiv ow HJl
Kitchen Tables iVarloo...
Marble Toajped Table Ow.
hoard' I
Servants- Beds. Cbaira, A Tablea
oObM inurreaUrs iteml.
CASH ON TIDt FALL OF
AUCTIONEERS
Jgals-s VI. Bl--
ft C-.
FOR SALE
IT.
ery
siroble home eoaanrueted by______
Ing Sim of building centiactor*.
The atco:i'*.i'-d*tion provide* ?
paclou* bct'rooms, with built-in
wardeobe*. large itraatng room,
eeparato dining room, kitchenette
with b'eaf.,.i rcom, aad large
panlrv Th* garacr and ^
Ouarter* are dct.iched Mains
water -nd quo!., of rlrclrtc light
Thl. [.roi>erty I* situated In a ne-
and .elect residential area from
which there are Par panoramic
views of llrldgrtoun and the har-
i ool and
. mile, from town centre.
The properly I. available wllh from
approK '. to 1", acres as required
and lha ptlr* asked I, very fa*
1 l.-n*
. in-.
We 4
Hating very highly
which santJBWS nicely wllh
urtoundlng*. Own beach frontage
l. '.Mr-ii faclIRIea.
kllchm. separata
'. wide L shaped
iB-ward* Rrp-
-. Ngena.
r In a good
t ,..- bed
dinlni
lollet
verandah looking
nrato garage and
Ideal aeo.rde h
residential quart
RESrDENCE. THE GARDEN.
WoRTlllNa Modern coral etone
bur.gaiow on comer elte with
wide frontages Pleat ant garden
wllh flower beds. lawn, concrete
patio, and number of bearing dull
lire* Accommodation compose*
large living room, covered gaUcrr.
1 bedrooms Win built-in ward-
robes, well fltU Kitchen, garage
a nh covered w>,- to house, eer-
vAi.it' quarter* and all usual
office. All public utility servicee
one of Ihe moat atliaclive home*
now available In ihe medium price
range.
MALTA. St. Paler Fatenaively
te. modelled bouae ol rnaaUve
ton* construction wllh appro*.
'. aare Rower garden*, lawns and
>oung liuit Uers. There are
spacioua varand-iha on two side*
Wllh view* over beach. Urge liv-
ing room. 3 double bedrooms. 1
ballin-.il.* tbolh With tub.i mod-
ern kitchen and butler's pantry,
downstair* I, Ihe laundry, good
servant.' accommodallon for I. 1
garage* and storeroom*. Full pub-
Wllh electric pump Rlaht of way
over beach with superb bathing
Opportunity for a discriminating
buy at.
I-AND, TWEKIK1DE ROAD.
r.K-'llent factory o- buiineta nte
of nearly ', acre with frontage lo
main road over HM ft. Ona of th/
lew available Iota I ion a in such a
good [Hiuin'ti close lo Town cen-
tre.
COAST LAND. ST. JAMES.-
Apprnx. 1 arm In uiu*polll resi-
dential part of Ihla alii active
coast. Good bench frontage with
sandy peach. Owner abroad will
dispose of Ihla property for Ihe
low figure of 14 cent, per ss). It.
1/HOPERTlEs st. Jama.' Caatt
Wa can offer a wide selection
of Una residences In this Inrreae-
Ingly popular dl-tncl on th*
beach and Inlaid
Tilt RISK nd coi St Jama ariiaaR a ml po.il lot >j. 11.... sar It -Large raj ssfBiaa approx. and aa> in sandy
K,d"' ,',,!';.;; h 3 large n, and it rseeption pantry. 5 BBC. En-
qulrlo* invited
BUNGALOW. Pino n.i: -Modern
bunaalow constructed In IBS, with
IS' atone wall* and heavy asbes-
tos roof. There Is a larae L-ahaped
living room, 1 double bedrooms
WiUi built-in wardrobe*, kitchen,
pantry, servants' kitchen, bath-
reom wllh tub and shower, solar
heating insiallatum. gssrage and
1 ervanl.- rooms. The around,
of about * acre are heavily
wooded with Mahog. and Flam-
b-,..it tree,, J.m. and stone
Sam.H terrace are In secluded
wailed garden. Attractive location
cloae to town.
NEW BUNGAIWW. BLUE
WATTiRSHiiTiitij bum home ol
good sound corslriictloii. floor
level well ralaed off the ground,
large living room. I good airy
bedroom, all with bulll in ward-
tba*. illad hatbioom and shower
i.i,..-
aad
afato
fc lichen. good
servant*' quarter* Pat
*.. and llaMl tatdJBl
stir- Thl, property
rec rim menda lion and Is a homo
moM people would be ploasad to

an
rtlh la*
i m
A luauiioiialy appointed i
with fnor bedrooms. 3 tiled beth-
rooma wllh hoi and cold water.
butler* pantry, kllchen. rtore-
room>. 1 garage,. The ground* ere
eapcrtly laid oul wllh a pro-
fusion of flow* ring *hrune. Own
right of way to aea.
LA CASITA. Rockley New Road
Compact imxierti same bungalow
well daalaj-.cd with tniu-l living
room, dining or bedroom, large
nun" bed loon i and small sparc
bed'oom or dfrsiing room. Uled
bat!ir....m wllh Utost lyae tub
bath -applying h,>i water, airy
verandah, kitchen ..nd garaga. The
ell laid
Kits, vegetable gar-
mn wllh minimum o| domeettc
help and very suitable for retired
people.
Anrm.ra.rsqc Maawell I
Very mundJy conatructod stone
bungalow erected In IBM when
building material and workman-
ship were of higher standard
than I* usually obtained today.
Th.. properly ha, a drawing room,
dining room, kllchen. email break -
fest room and 3 good bedrooma. A
wide gallery rune on 1 side* and
CQBTtaatto privacy la obtained.
There la a two car garage and
Ihe site la 11.000 tq. ft. with good
land, bearing frull tree, A good
solid home obtainable for a rea-
sonable Sgure
BENBAM Shertngruim Oar-
dens, Ma.welU Pleasantly situ-
ated modern stone built bungalow
with about ', acre and right of
way la lha aea. Tha building to
tontaaalantly planned wllh a large
living room, having acceea to a
covered front verandah: bceakfaat
room, kitchen and 1 bedrooma
wllh washbasins The detached
garage I. of good slie end haa
ervanla' quarter* adjoining.
Situated In a well developed seml-
pmate mast,) residential area
aad poaseene* many [cnind-
alle featurea. Full main **rvlcea.
CASABLANCA. M*w*lle Coaat
- An outataridtng property em-
bortvlng the 'red pre-war work-
' Well designed for eaaqr
runnina with "
4 badrooni*.
"tase.....--------------
The lard at apprr..imaacly 1
With flower and vegetable gar-
dens, productive orchard and eace-
nut grove One acre walled
garden may ha sold separately aa
a building site
I


Sl-SDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1K2
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAOI HI II I N
CHURCH SERMECS
BT LION4UI MIU N
1" Chcral EUrharlat .. m Crmril
Ruenartat and AOdiw. 1| a it Matin* K
SuNav Brlbaol T p m.
T. r*m
7 30 a m Hal. Cimmaalon. JO a m
tatann H*> Ulnmon 3pm Sunday
***** ft < hlldrar. b*tvk* t p m
Rnlomn Kvertaonft knnon Proreaalon
Pr*.*-rr Canon Bar!**
*<"*'VU> IIVK|>
nOEUICK Man. Ma.ri.lna SWrvie-.
prwarR*r R*v t C New 7 pa Ev*-
r I Nr.
<,RA . pr**eh*r Mr P Daatwr 7 pm
Prca*r<*r: Mr 8
Captain I Stain.
D1AUOND c< AKKR
II am rtptlnaa* M**tln. 1 p m
Company Maatlna I pm M**lin.
Lirutananl C -!
*iw iimuist caiRrN or cod
m
of
ROW Ooapal Rmadraai
H.rkr.
PUl-NPCK II an- Martina Swrvlr*
T p " r.va-i.na Invn, prrarn*r. M>
F a Downr,
MONTGOMERY 1 p m Bvamna S*r
*" C**I.*- Mr A Phllllp.
DUNSCOMU 7 p m (v.m( S*r-
vj wtaehti M> O C La**)-
SHOP II1U 7 p m BaaMnc tar
vkra. praaabar Mr P G flvntlri
mnoDi.T -aaBar IMD S>aMl
JAMS* mttrt: .Hava.1 Fa.nr*..
II am R*v K. E Tnwer.. BA
3pm Special Muural Pmarami
rhoUi. and Pasra.
Moat Import TMiigt .
r To..r-
Radir1u.m .> Mandt> _
"rloch Ba "tVlB ROAD 10 am Sunday Bchao).
Ham otvina S*rvic*. 7am Evan-
arlut.r Aarvc- Rav L. m InTTT
Miruatar in Char**
HANK MAUL : 10 m. .mdav Jtrhaol;
m -vw ft"*
Mimaiar id gam
ocmo* 10 v
Mam Divine San.
RaluUr WvKf Jka,
Uimrtar In Char**
R PrvtitJaOan
H Waikat
er |HM
Paarant by Sunday
cox hoax)
P "i Suiutav Vhool T p i
"tola tar in Charsa
'" r* VT1XAOK io a.m
I ; irtiixil: Mam Rtvivu H*rvi
by wtth tha Pr*arh*r Rav t.
ra "upareianr; 7 pm B*v|\al
k (onnnTir. PrwMr R.v. 1, B
TRW ST JAMRR NATVONAI
Maadaj
S*loo! hoUr>.
nilX MEMORIAL: II am Mr. D
Roarti. : p m Rav P Lawranr*
rVHlTIIIAIJ. BM a.m. Ml. a. Hr
par; 7 p pa Mr O P*rfcln.
HANK HALL fl M a - Mr O MeCal.
later. 7pm Mr J T. 0*l*
MOtJTows 130 a.m. Rav a Mar
-hall; 7 p iti Mi W St, HUl
Hllllll MtTRODlMT I IB. I IT
Bandar. fca**aib* la*. *
IIETIIII II am Rav T J PwHa*,
T p m Mr V Pllanni
DALKEtTH II .m. Mr L. Mayan; praachar Rav. _
J Furl*v iHoly Cam- Oae. Ti*. Tba Pairooai PaaMval ^
Churrh la.*, plar.. Mlnl.tarlal Brafb
" '-*" * * aaranon J --^
.-rvica- .ill br IV Ra. j l .;..,-,
I TV Mim.tar m Ckarajr.
ft PA Monday Waamaadav. PnaMy;
,' 1^*..''" "* *^l*a ol * "--badp,
>iilh Mnvpimi ttna wui k, canduitorl
pIpS "*. i "*''-Ctart- 'A-otiTi
|P"'*" M" Olai Brawn*
tS* NaVMOlAS IFtWOPAl
li OBT"?DO wnXTJU ROAD
11 ain Ma I in.- anil HaniuMi. praacmTC
" Daaoanapa t> afcarraw. mlAbPaaTtfr
Ae. 7 p.m. Cvanaona; .,,
laKmaal. Simdav
BILMONT :l
7 p m Hrv I
*th mariturr
PHOVIDEMCB
I p m Mr J
VAIXHALL
PAYNES BAY
*. C Pordat ran. Pihrnd
dlalUr mvllad
Rrv. r Vivl- 7JB pm Tuada> *-rnaj Prayrra >M
'" '** Addraaa pnaahai in* p-% L rfc.,.*,
II a-m. M. J Clark*. CUakw. Ih. aubjacl will b* S-im r.tf|
l-valL Tkird Miaamnair Jaumay irvtp
II -ni. Mf\ C P. A*1a tkap II v. 3> nrxi , tb, U(, _<.
. a ipm Mr. G Ba rniM/ii rim i ir CormUUam. ^
R*vd. S. W. C IMU aMPTIST r HI KIR
Tad* atoa*l
R. P. MAimN-PutPr
Sun.ly Bcnpol at 130 am Mornaad
mlal. 7

SPEICHTSTOWS
7M Baptltl Vouni
V.>
stircwsBURY
Bralbwaii*. 7 p n
MtClS II an
i. Hall
I Mr. s
C Cruaaa
to a.m. Mr D. Raid; Wotihlp at 19,
Manhail. vleo al in pm
ISO am R*v. P. Monday Niahi
r c MfClaan. Paopla a Union
R*\ G Marahall. Wcdn**aa> nlht ai 7 30 Praia* and
am Mr Q M Pray.. Maatlna "~ ""*
On Monday ajhlbi. Novamfcar M. >#
c t'-t "huirt "^w*1 ,n* *-D" Bap"
Yon ara cordially mvllad Io allaaal
Hit. Iiiandly chorch.
'VEMT"-B** AOTBHTfiT mil'!
KiM bOW. Sovambar If, I'a.taa
. Tl^rnpaon. Ivaaidani ni Canbb*-.
Mr A Holdar
iwvd s w (
l ioaa*. i p m Mr. K. Brath.alt*
li AU Kunday Srhaola at 3 p m
ill Kvanlalutlc Campaldn Sriva.
.luring n,<. -*fc Bt Shrr-.l..!,
THE HALVATION ARMY
PIE CORNER
H..--.I rU>ai "i.k,
II am. iinimr- Maetlne; 'pi
I'roarainm* rrndrrad by Yduhi Proplr. AMmT
7pm BaKatimt Mi,na
dnr Major a> Mra W Morn-
pantad by Tha PlyadonaJ Band
RRirXIE'lOWN CINTRAI.
II am. Holinaaa Maolind: 3 pm Hiadui :< ." and" 7~p*m"
Company Maatlna 7 pm SMvatlo* WaabMadaya: p m A 3*rvli
I.Mdaa T**Unu,n*a of ChrMllar
SEA & AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
..**"?~ ,9,u u- Ha**Mt Whit
itiVi Lf" II. Marion Ball* Wnlfr
E*,rdn*. Pranklyn D R i^,,|l(, ,,
Damdjaai thanahawi R. Lady Siaadfax
""S=l,.,.0u-^,uw" """--
Mom* Vaaaal. _ Mon*k Jrnkn.
Rnbrrta T R Radar
ARRIVAL*
S Sundati. iMl a. (roan MorrtraaJ
ifidat Captain n Cook '.'inn Iml ...
Planiatm.it LM.
*rn Rambow M M Ion. from Trm.
nad ^inoa* Capia.n O. Marti. CaaaHanad
yar*t Mnunrakar. 7 law. rt*m Lai
Polmaa undo* Captain W P,r
__ nirARiiRr-
rt. Ma.v t Carolm. lor Oranada
SMWtll
l- Ml A
ON THURSDAY
E>*m RrMMh U.lau
Jark Connolly Mary Connnlh Sl.ph.
Connnlly. Mlcha*! CaRMaaRJa lUlSLl
Hunt*. Luiuo Hunt*, l-arn... iiu,,,,
*ww*r. Matryl Hulcninana Ahrln
Abram. w,
^r-u.x wriyt*. cn*iyl Whyl*. Jofn
U*lim*r. Ain*. Jardln. Marvyp Km-
nond Hark*r Don. Chapntan jol
ll.ad^a* Hrnnald Good. r^,,
Xitlnir-Worui. Doru Cha*. Emil< Ootir-
tRRIVAL* li |M
ON PTUDAY
rraaa TrMldad,
I. Smith. K Smith. H. paorbr M
Damtly J Smd*|t. j Thoma. W ai-
^X I Tbompjon. J rortm--Wal..m. H
DCk"mra E Ball 1. Rail \| nan C
DEPARTIiREs BT LW.LA,
... ON PIUDAY
la. Tilaldad
F ItatuitbU. L rU.Uat.ni. A lUII-
Hoi. X. Coat*-. M. D*montb*uii J, O*.
ntpiilbriui. G Coop*r. A. RMi, P Dot-
RU. R Boacmyiti j B*rmiad*r L
Smith. MrD It.vn- '
DEPARTIIBtH BT B.W.1.4
ON FRIDAY
Fa* BrlUah Oalaaa;
I. Raynolda. M Btjl.), W Baylor <
Maora. s Moor*. A N*dd T Miln*. K
lU*.. A MHn. H Miln*. T Gi,n, J
rarnand*-. p Pvraaud. I. OunraJ R
Jotinaon. A. Joraaawp. J. Camarho. E
Listening Hour*
r-rom Tm- PltbW a 19 . ,
i-***uw e *s a> -
Radi..
AS p m hi I rtalirv* tt D > I
BBC SympAmny dnnwi. idh p m. '
Ta* N*o- 10 |0 p m Prom Tha RUi i
torial. II 13 y London Poium 10 O
P Hiiot MadmMa*
MONDAY Mtn
M a.Cd p.m RAill
4 00 B m Thr Now 4 10 p m T*
Yootli Hoat*U
4 M p m l.n.B*. A-h > 5 00 p m LM-

op : ii am a.at M op.il M
Man-hint A V. alli.nt 0 U p m. B-orl
Pound Up A, Pracrwrma i^arada. 7 tt-
i>.m T*# N**-a. 7 10 p m Horn* N*w
mm Britain I IS p m Book* M Itu.
nd Tnoali* Talk
GBvrram.nl Hill. J'aainr W. W. WtAlaV
'. BpMkar. itublact: Will Elijah Co*a
in. i
II am Holliaraa M*rt
Cnmpajiy Moatini; 7 pi
Moonaaj
Snr Malor T Glbb.
SI'EIGIITSTOWN
II am Holm*.. M*otmi. J p.m
Compan> Maatlna. 7 p m Salvation
MooOBM
Snr Captain S. Worroll.
SEA VIEW
II am Holinam Mratinr ) pm
Company M**llnf 7 pm Salvation
M**tin|.
KaaUnf.
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 10U
I p ii' kj** a* Uih. ". MORTAIJi
Salvation AM) IMMORTALS
UaUan ti- | ('oimthian. U U
Thla corruptll
.lif
thai
Tba lallawlM IIUiMm ai* la. in*-* In
lb* Laaaaa-Sarw,.., n, ,,,. Tnf ^|m
it^lf bramUi wttnaaa with our tCflrH,
that w* an tha rhildron of God
Romani B H
"" 4 MralMl wtAft Bay la U>a
*'!".***" * ' BoBor >*4
CARLTON
M**ting. ) ,,,
i t*nU
what
dfbood I.
i* Rood and Iru-
TRINJTY O
otmubla
P..* 304
PART ONE ORDERS
By
Major I. E P. TVrATHIRNf Ml
Commaindlno.
Tor Barbados Radlmanl
lU>N\Ml-l.,Ml
Certain B, r L J,.t,.,, ,
AwampUaa
Captain T A. Oltlani a.-n
M1 ol "A" Coy.
mnwutd pf HO Coy
. -i Near. tJL
Lt. R Ooddard
PANADES-TralBlna
All rank- will par-da at ih* Oaniaon a) ITOO hour* on Thuradav.
Coy. will b* *)i*rcla*d In -quad drill In thalr atvmbly at ca-
ll. W*d IB and Tbui
id Sit. on Tuoada*
i No- M al
Krama aad Fllai
Hand pradloaa will b* hold a. urual on M
at 1700 hour*
I. VOI.1NTART NIGHTS
Th*r* will b* a Voluntary CMaa (or W.Oi
1700 hour. Omen. ar. ..k*d u atiarvd.
I MIBkVtIIt' "'"" nd '" * lh* "" DrlU ''mPhl*'
voluntwr. wbo hjva not Srad th* L M G A M.C will tlv* th*.. nam*. to tha
R a M on Thursday SO Nov. U
IBM mill i j-. Mini > r-
21'^*.' bS?" ,h" Sf ****^!} ** >* BOOB laavad with th* IMI Drill
Ord*r y OmVar Liaui. C O. P*\*rb|n
N.,?vi:^d,r,*n, B '"*'
ordarly OAWr
Ordrly S*r)*ant
-1UNAL PLATOON
Thar* ar* winl varanrm |p
tram Mombara or II.* R*a;lm*nt
irainind in January. 1003. and i
nRI'MM AND I'll *<
Th*r* ar* a numbar of vacant
Band Application* ar* invitrd
th* Suinal Platoon Applirationi i
0 till lh*a* vat-anrw. with a vl*w to 1-ii.ru >::
an*- .nould ba iv*n to th* Rurnal Offlc*r.
> i l i s-. I il DICREANL
PART II ORBBBS
BVRIAL NO. Bt
645 PI* NaM. It B. fl- Cot
ill Pt*. Dankrl, J. *'B" Cor
M0 Pt* Nayn*., J R '* Coy.
on Pia Jon... L -B- Coy.
3BB Pt* Collin. V. L. "A" Coy
BM Pur Taylor, L "A" Coy
309 Dim. Smith. C N HQ Co*
LEAVH
Capt. J. H. Roar M.C A1
411 Pta Vaaxwood. H. M HQ
Ml Pi*. LKnrlih. L R'
Jf7 PI* Nurar II HQ
Graotod I wk. P Laav* waf 18 Nov. SI
Graniad 3 mtha.' p/L*av* waf I Ort 51
Graotad a wki. S, L*av* w** 0 Nov. U
Giantad I wka P'L*oia *f 15 Nov M
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
BainroJI from Codnugtoii ml
TotaJ Rainfall for month to
dsU: 1.36 ins.
remparonirt: 7J_8 os*
Wind Velocity. 7 miles per
hour
Baiomoter <9 m.) 29.1*31
(12 *.m) 29.B66
TO-DAY
Hunnad .'1.M am.
Hunaat: 5.3S pjB.
Moon Ldurt Qnartn Nnveni
bwr 9
Iaghtlnw: 6.00 pm
Hlfb Tlda. 2,40 rjb.. 2.33 p.m.
Low Tide: *At B.Bk, 917 pjL
7 4ft p m H n c
Raauo Nrw.r-*l MSB pm Tthaikov.lo
00 p m Th* Bann.ua ol th* M.k>i<
0 SO p m Th* Caalno Orvh*atra 1" "
p m Th* N*>. I I > p m From Th
i .i IS i, iv Srt*r-r* B*v .-
10 30 p m Tip Top Tmi>*-
Slop Gelling Up
Nights ***
- up nlthta. bumlrwooom
lion of ortana. whtllah dla> har,
i5ll!,df,M' " *'
m and k>. of manly vlaour ajs
uaad by a diaoauat of IfmProaiati
and in u..l Important m -...
n rnan. T oT*r*..mr lhaaa rroul'lw
ii II h..ura and qukhly roOtoro via;
! and h.altli. lak* th* i.wati'ii
attar bow Imar yvu hav. -. .
Snaana I- u>rr.i.r.-..l to .,
11..
laM and n ... .,.,. i,r| [|
.r or
t6Bana f.om yopr obmubbM
- |.i"i. ii
-I" i your < iin .il.iir. from
the follow 1b:
BLACK bUGbT
POT*or-OOLO
rHERKIES In
M m: \~< iiim i
UllinMi
HAPPINESS
FRY'S IIAZFL NITT
FRY S H III i:MI\ I
i.r.xmv
AIM
iaHDIKVS SETS
4711 ( 'U.tM.M SETS
XMAS ( ARDS
and
Mbb* I. CARLTON BI0WN1
\\ hulrslli- A IN I.ill
I>ru|bt
2811 DUI :-: LM KudBOjrfc St.
^'.OO^^VXi 1XECE
rog
can help you to success
through personal postal tuition
TKWUMDS OP Mm It) H I mitnt'luJcril'
it thla firo.nn I i \b.n "'.c ihctr tiktrn to
PtrMRMd Postal T.... < i .U ( nil.ee WB>' v.
are oRtered th* taw chancr m ^lif> ft* a fine aarecr. hiffhdr
poVAtuI *ociaJ triiiJing
One of these coupoco will icBil Co jour BAlvancrmcni
M'tiaf
O^-aVrST1
* -'
^rcsr..
eaaamtr,
.. I-; .,
C'..t .1 w. .
C:*a*l-i
teapT.'^
***ai R a (ia.it >|
r-cwom,
BjajO* Mataa
((a*, ni
'-.- taa. wart
Paaapmi aH.-.r,
O.aat.t, larPjBM
taawipaa
ta.rl aj.ul Want
'"" f-mmx
' ni,.,,
BoriBnOMat
"a.aakaaP .,m.
10IHlMRRtlICSi.lrai.iCw iMi HtMHiO LdlaaO
PJmw *al -*/*. vaa. araaawiw m
,.'i.|*l: ,ntn..
*
I
/M*.... I
beatdi
NEW CALYPSOS
TONCUS TIE MOPSIE
ONE MORNING
.SOMDERS' SONG
I.INSTEAD MARKET
K.ITCH
DONKEY CITY
ROYAL WEDDING
ME DONKEY WANT WATER
NO MORE TAXI
WHERE PAIN
ASSAILS..
SACROOL
PREVAILS
BRAIWHAVV'S
On Sale at ait D*uv Slorfl
and
LID.
POCKET & DESK
DIARIES
FOR 1953
ROBERTS & CO.
YOUR STATIONER DIAL Mil!
SUGGESTION . .
U everj Ihiny when il cumc^. 1.1 huyinu i|ill>.
'Phi* Hut ijivcn bolow should uuftgm man\
suitable Itam.
Hi." Hi -"-.III Tollrl Rat.
Kountnln Prn^ Prrfunieh & Cologne
Pipes t'iijars i n-.n.-
DaB. Toili'i s a
^n faamao. \ Om Stock "til mu$$t
Miiny ttllin //urn-.
a
J^T* ."'" hi al Yoiii t't'iivfni,'I,,
a
COLLINS LTD. broad st.
X\
Llk a bit more MONEY ??*
Until completion of laau.
17. hav.'available AT PAR
i%
Cumulative 5% Preftrenoto
piiRree.
PUD data on Request.
A. BARNES ft CO.. LTD.
GREETINGS!
Htre Wt Bring You . .
Good Tidings!
S.S. Alcoa Pegasus tun Just arrived from the U.S.A.
with a Big Comignmcnt of Merchandise of all descrip-
tions for u*.
These food5 were personally selected by our Mr. N. E.
WILSON, who has made good use of his seventeen
vears experierrcc in selecting your requirements for the
EXHIBITION,!
AND
CHRISTMAS
Therefore. U*r the Best, Shop Early and every day ai
N. E. WILSON & CO.
Who lead the r*s* nhile others merely follow.
II. Swan Strfft -o- Dial 3676

4i
decorations for your tree
HMS1MAS IS IVn AROUND
TIIF. CORNF.R
llavr you koi all "/ \our . .
DECORATIONS
a
LOUIS I. HWI.I \
,.'/<-. ....... Htltl Mfn '"" "f
CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS WTTII
A DISCOUNT OP 25% FOR CASH.
Wt Have . .
ASSORTED BALLS.
DIFFERENT COLOURED STRF AMFRS
SMALL TEA POTS AND H <.s
IITrLE BIRDS anil l vancn ol olhcr
Item* for your Tree.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
>**. '.'.'S.'s. ;:-*,:. -. '*SS.*SSM
\
FOR THE BEST IN BOOKS

.-.-.-.-.--*,*--,-,-,-..-.---.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-.*--.'.'.-.-.-
DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MOllE
QUALIFICATION?
r ARK YOr INTKREHTSI' IN MAK1SC. MM. MMtaaTI
Vt BO. KNROL SOW rOIf ONI OF IHr; ( OIRSEH.
\rt lilt*, tural IlrButht*-
msJMlUp BwlHlnc and
IlpBlffn CoBrae.
VMS*. (Civil. II..
and Meeh.)
tatowMbtie ReBBlrBtanN
MoaTB*.
Kleetrlcal loaUlUHoa and
WlrtBf ('BBTBP.
L.rnrral Fl-rlrir*l tHlIn
i-erlnj Lourae.
i iroeral (Yrtiliral* of Ed-
ucation.
Wr.te far full partteuh-
rita
'hf
sanitary lnpetair Coara*
(rner.il AcrieBHure
COBfBP.
Itrniranr* Pr^etire.
i Itama nthlR.
PrtrnleBm Tecbnalogt
Cob pop
srliool < eritfirat* Camrae
'- tinlJim
tivU TTlee riiiniH.
tsaBrr.
I1..li.- proRtotlon Couroe
not mentioned
Caribbean Educational
Institute
P.O. Box 307. i-.OB,
Trinidad
Af aiiu for 1 ______
AaUTXAH INBTITUTE OP BMO
TECH. B BBUTlBll TTJTOaUAL
ATfaTTITOTB, LONDON
THERE IS NO TOklORKOrV
PORT COI'PON TO P.(1
BOX 107. PO.R.
Please send me Fro* Book.
.Same ...................
Addrt-BB.............
Subject ul Carver ot
IrrBproarl
Ago.........
- POBV TODAY!
STOMACH
PAINS
DUI TO INDIOBSTION
Try <- OKI- DOSB
t MACLBAN BRAND
STT)MACMPODr4*t! ThiB
B^BBraBTBlry TtRRRfirrl (OriuuU
OROkBrr relWoei SttRTUfcch l'B!;:i
PUrukiwr, lleanbum, NRutea
or Aadlrr due to Indigetuoa.
I Aaaa aa taOaat raa |
i m n uaiiu a co lti
I'O Ha> ill. nt'ii-i'T'
"Shwp 1'iirlfi for Xmtts"
> have i.i.l ..pn..-.l 4 LOVELY SELECTION of
tMMBSMMAJS rut us
hi BflRea and Uoar \M\S WKAPPINC. I'\1TR
I n' Heala ele etf
LOVELY I'LASUt SIKYII.lll RINtis
(UMB a nut sii STAND .etr.. ole
POTTKH A M(MHtl>. (ilPT SFPR
YAKULLY tiltT SKI s
tllrT BOXES *ll t IKK (ILATP.K
OOYA OlFT C'RACKKHS HAT BOXER
tilFT SOAP BtC. rte
YOl' fJF.T THE BET SKLH I ION (Y SHOPPrNfl KAR1.Y al
"BOOKER'S

BHUAU STIIUT. ll
ir l..mll> Slorr
HASTINC.S IAI.PIIA I'HABMACl
MRS. HOUSEWIFE!!
Select these early before
its too late.
?
SHELLED ALMONDS
lb.
WALLNUTS lb.
#*#;*'/VV A CO.. LTD.
Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4502
.... Mr*. H
ATTENTION
ALL REDIFFUSION SUBSCRIBERS!
in ii.. NmoM. IMt
KEIH1 I ISION PROGRAMME'S
GRAND CHRISTMAS COMPETITION
"rhe fnllowlnn Condition was omitted
mt If iniir.- rwrreet aolullona are reeelvPd. Ihan Prfie*
arallBble. a Jury will draw- the >\ liiaera. The deeUUn
f the ludrea ntu-l he areoptrd aa flasl and blndlnf aad
im rwrraapamdenee will be rKrJiaBfed.

ICKM1NDKR
( I.OHINO DATE far edlnr la KOLlrTIONR far ibr
i ..nipetittna : MATIROAY. NOVEMBER ND
COLONIAL ADVERTISING CO
J \Ml.s siRl.r.l
(HIIOS) LTD.
rutiNE -i ;i
GOO&
III III I Oil YOIH
*;.v./w ..##;. vr
THE NEW
PROCEA BREAD
Bollon Lane
Phnnr .10
A Aquatic Club (lift Shop
A Phonr 4817
#*&
ATTRACTIVE FLAVOUR
MORE DIGESTIBLE
MORE NOURISHING
STAYS FRESH FOR DAYS
'.'AKF.S BETTER SANDWICHES
MAKES WONDERFUL TOAST
a
l\ inrtitiril ilh DRI-CF.A Whfai Protein
and Milk.
r. r. j i t* ii i h 11\
-Mil II BAKERS" II Tudor SI.
Dial: .'lIX
it-. ffl m m m m mm m m i
Lister
For a bright Christmas
All t-ver Uoirbadiih i ipecially in ihe cutinti
ho narna LISTCT maani F.U't-irniity : and the USTER
KLTERNATOH WET tor ncneralinK your own current
" or hnmp or uxtustrial use has proved a highly reliable
iintl pc-onmmcuI prufRisition.
#> AC I.iitlitinK I .
IPInnts driven b.
the Lister Dleaal
EnRine are now
nil tun* to
InlM up fot
Chn*tmn
H 2 i KVV Start-
O-Mali. I'lantb
| 110 Volla A.C.
# a KW II
i Ar *"
# Automatically
. stail and alop nt
B thf (urn of a
J switrh.
H# Autonidtn Vi,U
age Refulatoi
maintains fixed
Ivilliit- regard-
lets of load
variation*.
H
""*> Uirett enyuitie-
to The Barbados
uhon. 4M6
W Tbr Brbiad-*. Foundrs Lid. ^
{fl! WHITEPARK


PAGE SIXTEEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATI
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 1, i52
The Waterfront Was
Quiet Yesterday
EXCEPT FOR unloading of the remainder of schooners
M, the waterfront experienced a comparatively quiet
day yesterday
Tin re was only one- steamship in the harliour the
Saguenay Terminals steamer Sundial, which arrived in port
iiom Montreal on Friday afternoon while the auxiliary
schooner Rainbow M. was the only schooner to arrive and
'his hailed from Trinidad under Captain Gilbert Marks.
r. -,---------------
.i.ulna vei- 0 -
irt Idle and ihoir nw> llf/ktl^n Pinf nii
i i>pport unity of molding iTjAJlllfll I JCllII I
-i.mlng decks. "* T"k
Pioneer Dies
4000 Needed
To Save Golf's
Walker Cup
By Jw m Coodfellow
Sir Georgv Semi Jo Be Chairmnn
W.I. Confrrrnce
01 HI n\L c-Atr.o
The Saaucnay Terminals liner
.iirivxl In port from
on rVd.iv afternoon
With general carKG
IllTlfl
ThU cargo Included
ahipment of lumbei
In His Sleep
for mo cou NATHAN LEVINSON.
head of the Warner Bros. Bound
a large department and a pioneer with the
cawwd Warner family In dovelopinit the
goods, picKled meat and other talking motion picture, died ]
scneral cargo.
The vessel is under the com-
mand of Captain D. Cook and is
I tu riantatious Lid.
CARGO FIOM TRINIDAD
_ .., hia
tlcep at his Toluca Lake home.
II,- ,.,- r.i
COL t^vinon began his career
at the age of 14 ,,s a wireless
'tlcataphcr At the time of his
death he was internationally fa-
mous for hia work and in nova lion-;
The i5 ton achoonei Rainbow in the Held of wind.
H. irrrrad in the colony yester- With the late Sam Warner, he
d:.y from Trinidad. worked to bring the first sound, n
The schooner which ! under musical score, to the mction pic-
n and at Captain Gilbert lure icreen m "Don Juan', which
Marks, brought a mixed cargo wm, resented to a critical Nes.
iiiid This cargo in- York theatre audience on August
eluded cola*, charcoal, fruit and 6th, 1926.
gv tables. On October 5th, 1927. the War-
.liioner in consigned to ner Bros. Vitaphone Corporation
tha Schooni
tion
Fined For
Inflicting
Bodily Harm
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith.
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis
(rid "A", yesterday fined 29-
> car-old labourer Alphon*
Walke* of Ru 2 co-its for inflicting bodih
harm on Ismay C.rlftith of Mtll-
ta v itoad, St. Michael on
November 4.
The fine Is to be paid
Owners' Assocla- 'dessert The .lm Ringer", star-
ring Al Jolson and containing the
_ 'poken words which electrified
the entire motion picture Industry.
News of his death evoked con-
dolences from top leaders of the
entire Industry, including Harry
M. Warner. President of Warner
Bros.. Jack L. Warner. Vice-Presl-
d"nt In charge of Production, and
Major Albert Warner. Vice-presi-
dent in New York.
Trade Talks In
Final Stage
LONDON. November 14.
Keliable sources said the Anglo-
Trade talks In Buenos
Aires have now entered their final
^_ stage and the only outstanding
one month s Imprison- Zfi^ ta lrM, Argentine request
' *.,.*'* T'J UbOUr ISm>y '<* """l facilities up to the
^,,m.wPPT.1V iL maximum of 20,000.000. In-
f.rtmth told the court that f(>rn,ed sources said the question
while she was on her way horn1- 0f amounts or meat deli*
on Military Bond. St. Michael on BnUin for the forthcoming year
November 4. the defendant beat nd also the price have been
her with a bull's pirzle on her agreed upon.
body because somebody had told When It became apparent that
him that she had taken up one the main obstacle to agreement
of his ducks. was the Argentine request for
credit facilities, British Ambas-
INJVRED IN ACCIDENT ador Sir Henry Bradshaw Mack
" ^1-------,~~ ,------- requested assistance from the
Edwar* Taltt, a 17-year-old British Government to hasten
mechanic of Juekman, St. negotiations As a result the
Michael was Involved in an gnfenunent sent two officials
accident with a motor car on from the treasury and board of
westbury Road about 9.30 a.m. trade with late instructions.
>esterriay. He was treated al the The present talk* regarding the
if '.pit.il for a cut on his fore- terms of a trade and payment*
head. met to succeed the one expiring
At the time of the Incident las*, summer were initiated in
n :-> July Differences between
Hi two sides however were at
ii it so wide that progress
U ngrecm'nt was ex-
tremely slow.
The first stumbling block was
the question of price, that Brit-
a ii should pay for future ddiv-
ti'es of meat. It is understood
II 'I the first price Argentine
' mi '< ton Britain subsequently agreed
la the concessions but these were
too small to tempt the Argentine
negotiators.
Taltl was riding a bicycle.
FELL FROM BICYCLE
n Carter of Carrlngtnn
Village, S\ Michael, sustained
an Injury to the left foot yester*
day r.ioining when he fell faun
which he was riding on
Tweedatde Rood, St. Michael
about 10 o'clock.
He was treated al the General
Hospital and discharged.
11 Labourers
Back From US
Eleven Barbadians returned to
the island yesterday by B.W.I A
via Jan. ma and Trinidad from
the U.S.A. where they were
employed as labourers. Some left
I m year and a few this year
Returning were: Arthur Apple-
i liaite. Joseph Baseombe. jjmes
Barnes. John Belgrave, Olivi
French Protest
V Spain To UNESCO
PARIS, Nov. 15.
Tlie lively political debate over
Spain's candidature for the United
Nutions Educational. Scientific and
Cultural Organizations was revlv-
Intcrnational goir promotion If
now in the realm ef Dig finance.
ir Waikei Cup
and nydci tup teems every four
years jointly costs more Uwn
nu.ooo
Next year eight leading British
uni-t.u.s go u, the KiUanscli
Club in Marion. Mass. (Septem-
ber 45,. while the U.S.A. pro-
fetslonals come to VentW&tJ
(October 23.)
Elgin cost is the Atlantic cross-
ing. Once our players reach the
Mas* side tney are the guests ot
their rival*. When the U&.A.
sides come here, wc are the hosts.
The British Professionals Golf-
ers' Association are striving to
put Ryder Cup finances on a
sounder basis They hope thai
Londoners in their first oppor-
tunity to see this international
match, will py 9.000 m gate
money at Wenlworth.
Costa ar<- estimated at 2 500
Od Co.ooO would be available for
the 1955 match in America
if tins budget works out. our
professionals would be the envy
if the amateur world.
The Royal and Ancient Cham-
pionship Committee h-.ve hinted
this week that, unit--., a substan-
nal contribution b> made by golf
clubs, the Walher Cup matches I
may cease.
Abandonment would be de-
plored by the whole golf world.
Toe 2,000 clubs asked to help
la giving 4.000 will no doubt I
make ready response. It seems
to me that a scheme might be
set up within the framework of
the Golf Unions, by which
funds are always assured.
The Royal and Ancient com-
mittee can draw on funds from
the Amateur championship
they are likely to allocate more
than 1.000 but profits from the
open ehampionshlp are not avail-
able
N, players have been nomi-
nated yet, Ronnie White, who cut
Ms nig gol( engagements this
season for business reasons, is to
play in more events next year.
no doubt with an eye on the
Walker Cup match
Sunningdale Club can muster
ana of the strongest teams in
amateur golf, in their side
against Cambridge, and Oxford,
they had three former KngUlh
champions H. G. Bentley, U C
Crawley and G H Micklem,
all players on the plus one
mark. Thc others range from
scratch to four.
Cambridge have lost only on*
of their four engagement* this
term. The captain, D S. *Blair,
has six of last year's team ana
about a dozen new players ot
good standard to choose from.
fixture list before the meeting
*lth. Oxford at Rye on March
*i>ZI includes matches with St.
George's Hill. Royal Worlington,
Walton Heath, Worplesdon, Wesl
Hill and Berkshire.
I'iiddj lime, winner of the
Brabazon trophy three years
ago at 17. has to make golf sub-
sidiary to his career as a pilot-
officer, and for that reason i*
But readily available for im-
portant events.
He tells me that he recently
"fluked" a 01 when he won the
Hoekcv Club (near Winchester!
championship. A cut spoon shot
at the 11th cost him his only five.
Details of his round on a course
with a scratch of 70:
0l 1 :* vcH, dftVS, Hr. an
pull 1. a (ISO vdt dtiv*. SI ran. 1 pulta
4: 3 'Ml yd. i <1i.v-. nl|>, IB-fl put*.
Si 144* da> drive Vlroti a pulii 4
"ISO rd... b iron. n. pull S: S Td#.i Jn.c. an pull J; T <44S Jd. drlt <"
J-lion 1 put I* 4; a i III vdt J-lron. 1
pulU 1; S iIM yd.t drlvw B-Uon. 1
I...11. 4 T-I.I SB.
I". 1ft Dfxl vOi.i dnv chip, a pull-
4; II iSII yds l dilv*. pool). ds*. 1
pull* S. ia <11 yd* S-lmti, a pulU 3
13 t343 ymdi dilvr. a putt- 1. 14 i*.
>d* I dt.v*. ipoon. a pull* 4. IS iTIi
yd* dnv. S-iran. a putt. 4: ID ill!
vdi.i a-lron yard putt I: 11 (MS vd
drive *vAt* IMI puti 3. IS IIM yd.
iitiv*. 4-"o". a pmu 4! at.
... ., FrOW **** l -xirtiti.,:,
at Hastings House will be *uii Cnairm*.
Su: George ai Mnntego Bar. are the
Mr. C. A. Grpssmith, O.B.B., mante
Admin'strative Secretary to De- Hon'bi'-
velopmcnt and Welfare, who Antigu,.
will act as a United Kingdom will act as sui
Commissioner in the abeence of Grant ley Adam*
Mr. J. K. Thompson. Colonial tV-
Attache in the British Emh.s Cohferen..
in Washington, who U unable to Additionally. Dr. r j HarasM
be present; Mr Philip Hewif- M B E.. ptT Jtggtttani riS'
Myrlng .nd_ Mr. Davicf Perclval. t.ona, Adviser fo the SecrelarC
S|"w r ";
j. v.. VarncH
,^.V*Li.KUl'.' "T-rtrneiit
'" 'he British- Co-1
ami Mr. Grosamith.
Hon'bie W. a
* Jamaica and iht \
Hon. & T Christian
for Mr
iOo will he at'

Foot Itch
Healed in 3 Days
"-'''-'-'-'-''--'--'----.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-..-.-.-,-,-.-.-.--.-,-.--.-.-,-,-.
I GIVE SANTA A RING!
23
IIU I
'
Advisers; Mr R. G. Roe of th.
Secretarial .,t Hastings Houee,
and Miw Joan bmitn estrk.
Mr. Hewtt-Myring will be
leaving for Jamaica on Novem-
ber 20. Thc Remainder of the
part* will travel with Sir George
on November tt.
The two remaining United
Kingdom Com miss oners. w hi
v/ill be present at the Conference
and the Commission Meeting m
Mr.
nlal Office, will jo'n tm
ttclegation at Montego "
tt as advisers.
By and
nngapar- It- N
4.l rid ..' -I.
f
...
Ii.m (). iiu.i"! >>
IKM4 I" '-""I ' ' ' -".I h*. l-
'
...-. ACB-. I
(.1 .
4eav>i "'." "'""" N';. ,,.
Nlxoderm
Ter IfcU Troubiei ,"
FROM ALL
QUARTERS
m Freaa Page I
the pawnshop business. Its first
State pawnshop will be opened in
a suburb of Rangoon this month.
New York: Comment* by thai
"Seven Butchers of Broadway"
Ni- x York's leading drumata-
rri'ies on Kothertne Hepburn >
performance in Shaw's play "Tin
Millionairess" include the follow-
ing: "Beautiful, radiant, vital and
not very good" "A vivid. lively.
exuberant, one-woman show
played with humour and a curious
kind of beauty" "Ml*s H*pburn
lorce but no tour."
HOMS-STUOT COURSES ro.
GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION '
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH CERT.
WMay Mall OUwfl. ca
ei;*hi k>< Ur4 I
am,a i*, issw" Uosn. ..
HaaSaauoafK**franco Fartti
Ul..r.ur p.,,..,, A.d> i R.SA.J S.,, ,nj um
a^r!5t. **' ll*>2du-,"" -'J.<*i
OPartoMA LL.D.l>'*c*o>ft "J^D^Dl!
%WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD
I DON'T
I_______
B.W.I.
."T KAIL TO GOT YOIK FNTRIKS
FOR THE
Best. Edwiq Haynes. Joseph Al- "* *"urday with WS French
1-vno. Raiph Bushell, Joseph *nJUPs protesting her admission.
B.irker. Stephen Belgrave and Thc Wneral conference of 58 na-
Jovnh Kin* dons meanwhile continued debate
P Ring. ^ Ust year.8 UNESCO | The .najorny were sutisfled and plans for the future
with conditions in the U.S.A. The drive against the global
ami hoped to be able to return Agency's budget developed" among
at seme future date. several delegations led by Britain
Edwin Haynes. who worked in and Australia. The first open
In, said that in his ease warning of the fight over
conditions were vrry unsuitable. U.N.E.S.C.Os budget tentative!*
He did not like the food and el at SO.BH.86ti for 1953 and
accom.r.cdation was also vcrv f 10.776,440 came Friday from Brll-
bad. Bin's Minister of Education Miss
James Barnes, a worker from Florence Horsburgh. She said
Milwaukee, said that he enjoyed ber delegation had been instruct-
very much his stay In the II S.A. ed to "look critically" at the
He was allowed to cook for him- U.N.E.SCO programme and bud-
telf and he could choose Where- get The Australu.n delegate
ever he liked to live. claimed that U.N.E.S.C.O had ex-
Other workers from Wisconsin i ;mded its staff instean of reduc-
di-ngreed with Haynes They said ing it in time of financial stress.
that the] were well treated. I'lV
rhevll bo It Every Time
By Jimmy Katlo
ST-OV-BERRy POT AYMY A Bl<3
- .JUST BEFORE WE TOOK OFF
o^ wis craDss-couKrmy flight---
JO VJUO QETS SERVED FWST, FieJCT)CALL>
AS SCOkJ AS TM PlAWE LEAVES TWE
CWOND ?0lRP.') STOVSERfcy.O- CUSS.'
.NoNappiefJ
Vu *!. u. Cudnaa i>m"f.-
ftct babii b*th and ii rreiv apjtu
huiK M krtp lum .i-il iJ ,,m.!.i.r>k.
Th. milJIy nirliL>iiil. mlc moBMat,
< uiik.at*. uilirchafinsl*Of(. Inf1mm-
ticn. vufdMU *worU)r with ntppM rath.
futicura
OINTMENT.'
B.W.I
I VVIIHW III VI IM. OIL
im //.i.i iiivri.si
IN THK MAIL BY NEXT SATURDAY.
HMD NOVKMBKH. 1952
WHEN THE CONTEST CLOSES
KOC.KRS & HOWE LTD. FOR NORTHROP
& I.YMAN CO., LTD.
Colgate Chlempln/ll loothpostt
DESTROYS BAD BREATH
Ortfiewtiaf in tha MmHi.
Police Band
At Esplanade
By ihe kind permission of Colo- ~
nel R. T Mlchelln. O.B.E., Com- |
missioner of Police, the Police
Band conducted by Sgt. C. Archei
will render the following pro-
gramme of music at the Bay St
Eaplauade this evening beginning .
at 4 45 p.m.
1 MAWK "HllltalM" 4r*itirl
2 OVSKTVR>; "iHitkhi **
I S;rlJ;CT10N
"Mvlndlmn Mnnorlw" rimwh
' INTSHMKZKO -Frvm Ihr opvra
"Cavallvra RtiHInW- M>mil
5 SUITE-"W-U-- Muflr" Bkad'l
6 TWO PirtlS hymn to Ihe auii
"lltxtr " tmyrf H\tl. Kar*ah<
: MEDITATION -'Ttiln Slaawnrl
S ORATORIO
The Hr.vrni -* lelliii* H*M
HYMNS M A lr II -
llatap my aoul Ihe Kin, ol Mf.,vci
Th Lwd I. m> SKn>h*irt
god SAVr. the QUrr.s
Mere Is tke'asagla po*r ef
efcisraphytl to destroy bad bntatb
originnting in the mouth! Colgate
Chlorophyll Toothpaste in moat
caste acts quicHy . acts thor-
oughly ... and the purifying action
last* for hours! Keeps your breath
sweet and fresh longtrl
FIGHTS TOOTH DECAY!
vi'o
n/> /// KEPLIKS
GO TO THE HOME
PRODUCTS DEPT. for
... S3.no
BAI.ATA NOVELTIES
STEEL BANDS .................................
COCONUT TREES ........................ ~Tm
MONKEY CARTS ....................... |"
I'RL'IT SELLERS ......................... ,"
MAUBY SELLERS ........................ q6
WOODEN NOVELTIES
BOATS .............................................................. j|.2o
SI I I ER WOMEN ........................ 72
DONKEYS ...............................................''.'""' ,'44
10- ''l,,v,/,,n peUgkl in Tbiti v..,-.//i>..
GAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD.
10, II, 12 & 13 Broad St.
I.W,-.V.V/,1WMMWV,MMW<,
'ss,v.'s,'*',','?;
THR LITTLE EXTRAS .
YOl- LOOK for ilirm In
CiMtom-T.llorrd Sl'lT An,
niAl.riuK qnillty lining* .
.a.v drape and HI.
WE HAVE a wMr choir* of
Cloths. ( ......ii ind Dmlcna
in TROPICAL and *tt
nrlthu.
WONT YOC COME in and
In ik arsund ?
C. B. Race
V Co.
of Bsallon I eaaae>
...ssss,'.;'.'.*.'.'
......_ yno dm Collate
Chlorophyll T<>othpaste espectslly
rl|ht aflar cm I ing you act ncainat
tba lisstouctlva t.cfcl that ar a cauaa
of tooth decay . actually blp ra-
H Ihair fortnaUon!
CHECKS
COMMON SUM DISORDERS)
Now! Tha full Benefits of o
Chlorophyll' Toothpaste in a New,
Exclusive Colgate Formula!
Coital* briaga joo -orvH.
I chiorupbyll ia lb* Bnaat
workiof thkwupb^l
chloruphyU toolhp.
yaaas of xpariaao* can crsats ...
Colgate CblorabyU 'I oothpawt*!
erai ai wiaiiaafiaii
Nature baraalf maira chlorophyll
and puta It In all gnea planln I"
aoabW Iheaa to Uva and fro-. Bui
sdaooa muat braak down Ihk oatu-
Salaaeil th>U Into a MMo.rirer-
Ura foraa {aaa-rr-ao/^^rA/^v^y.
Ilm$) before II can balp yea
gainst bad brMta. lootb daasy,
conunoa rum dasardara.
TbiawhCnIiaii.ri|ierbiis
and *.ill in rnaiinr aa aiduaivai
formula ia .mporrniit to you. In
Celesta nuomphyll Toothpaata
you a* 11 in-1 ibiiHI I a of I hew *>a ter-
aolubtf i Klorvplivllina in a aafa.
uli-an nit form I
I'.ir -aaj *Wn .""' bad bntaih
OMfiti.Uag in ih- mouth .. com-
mon run dbmrdara . tooth de-
cny . g*- Colgata Chlurafnayll
TootapaaU after aa.Ung, Ii'a lha
linetl chlorophxil loothpait* tha
wotL*a larfoat makor of quably
n> atiarioaj can pcodura!
Taala allow chl
hMlihy turn 11*^____
Cha0COpliTUTDOtbpSatabHnfv<>utba
aflV-iiva baseflU of chlorophyll ic
l*J(> you car* for sore, lendar sumav
l.j.uiua-.i.it.,.J:.'-iM.fM.i'tBi
NEW GREEN TQ0TNMST[
Testa, and Guaranteed bv COLGATE!
GIANT SIZE
79c.
LARGE SIZE 47e.
A MAFFEI
SUIT
?eaea)eaaae.e*eeaeeeea*aaeaaasf*eee*^
aa>eeaeea>iaaeae>eaaeaiaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Variety loo...! A whole thrilling
ahopful if Xmns ideas. fur you.
Sir!... lor you, MuiUnr And vcrv
deflnilely for you, Kiddies'
K. R. HUNTE & CO., LTD. 1
LOWER BROAD STREET
Ph 5136
Mill veil.ms <"( T>pr\vri,er*
Caamh cv Bnish s,is
Watahaa & China
Klectrkal Appli
Toya! Taya! T<
WAKES A BIG
DIFFERENCE.
VOU LOOK
YOUR BEST
YOU FEEL
YOUR BEST
AND THE
HRICE YOU
PAY IS TriE
PRICE ITS
WOBTH
"Top Scores In
T.ilorla"
P.C.S. MAFFEI
& CO.. LTD.
(Be U)im cononuM
psej ... use
BOWRANITE
A-vn-eoKKosim p.vvt
The Rrlrnllrss Enemy of Runl
The Proved Proleetor ol lrtm and Sleel
COtS FARTHEST - LASTS LONCEST
One yillon will cover 7001.000 sq. feel, one coat.
I BED. GREY, BLACK in lins ot Imperial measure.
THONB44M AGENTS:
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.
HIMHItlllllll


PACK SIXTEEN
MAIiAV ADVOCATI
SUNDAY NOVEMBER It. 1M2
The Waterfront Was
Quiet Yesterday
4^000 Needed
To Save Golfs
Walker Cup
Sir trSO/gV 8*J To Be Chairmrtn
W.I. Cmifrrvnce
By James Goodfellow
1 Ki KIT KOH unloading of the remainder of schooners
cargoes, the waterfront experienced a comparatively quiet
Only n, MMU. .n the tarbotn Ihe ngZHSTSjFm'ZrSZS
Saguenav Terminals steamer Sundial, which arrived in poll ua* i of ur w.uker Cui>
from &.< I I Pi ifteniooii while thr auxiliary and Hyde, cup teatm every (our
schooner Rainbow M was the only achooner to arrive and jJJ^SJjo *"' " -
iron Tiimdad under Captain Gilbert Mark-. ...,, mght i^,,,^ UrltlBh
matturs no i0 ihe Kilt-i
mtttWMm
with chat
the
fi-mh Pace l
t Hastings llouw will b*
SU George niNWitego B.y are "".}
| A Grossmith. O.B.E., mania
Admln'striitive Secretary to De- Hon'bU-
vi-lopmenl and Welfare. who AMiro;.
will Ml ;.s n United Kingdom will -.,
missiontr in the absence of GnaUcy AdamV
o the British C'o-
Hon'tl.
* Jamaica. m
' substitute for Mi
I] :he remaining vw- a
r idle and their rrewa llf^lmti Pi(.|.|,,
irtunity of mending X1IAFUUII Ittlllt
. Least*
01 H I \L 0AAOO
..hi,.(v r.'iminals linar
in port from
Montreal on Friday afternoon
with general cargo for the
Island.
.* I K' T,lomPw>n. Colonial thc Co..-..
Attach.- in the Hntish EmhHtA ConfereiHv
in Wah ngton, who is unable to Add
be present; Mr. Philip Hewfr- MB*... Pt,''
Mvrtng and M Y -
Pioneer Dies
In His Sleep
COL. NATHAN LEV1NSON.
Club in Marion, Maaa. (Septem-
ber A6). while the U.S.A pro-
ftisionals come to Wrni worth
| i
i-im coal U thc Atlantic cross-
ing. Once our players reach the
DUMf Mdt iney *ie Uie guests of
their rivals. When the U.S.A.
sides come here, we are the hosU.
The Hrituh Professionals Golf-
ers' Association are striving to
J. Hallow.
AuiiUnt Educa-
M.,nlr[ II... .,,,
Foot Mth
Healed in 3 Days


4.l .5
ie.il to
'/-','/,'.v,'/',v,'.*,',',',v,v,*,'--,-,-,v-v/,v,',*,',- '.'.'.',;','.',',; -
GIVE SANTA A RING!
*<'o

head of the Warner Bros, sound put Ryder Cup finances or
ThU cargo included a largo department and a pioneer with the sounder basis Thev hone that
luinbf. canned Warner family In developing the Londoners ,n their flnl wSr-
MckM MM >no other laikinp motion picture, died in his tunny to see thin mtema^iuii .1
01 general CVga. sleep nt his Toluca Lake home n.alch. will pay MMflinTj
under (he com- He was W. oo#9 ;it Weutwortl.
raand ol Cook and is Cot I,evinsnn began his cam-
(unsigned to Plantations Ltd. at thc age of 14 as a wireless and {6,000 would be avnilahlc'fi.r
clegrapiter At the time of his th.- 1955 match in America
CARGO FROM TRINIDAD death he was International!) fa- if llm budget works out our
mous for his work and innovations urofauionaU would h*. ik. 'mm
The W ton schooner Roiabou; in the Held of sound. ^ ,'ri(, nmatour world
star- With thr late Sam Warner, ne Thc Hov.Iland Anrient rhsm
*. T.tnidad, worked .0 bnng the first sound, pionshipTimUtef have hSK
The schooner which Is under musical score, to the mrtlon pic- fins week tla unle,, ...^V.n
,f Captain Gilbert ture screen ..1 "Don Juan', which !,"l omlrVutim, S md. h^^J
..-. resented to a critical Nes. Xbs^ the WaTker rT. .Mil..
theatre audience on August m.y%ea CUP m,t .
mixed cargo
cargo in- York
rludcd colas, charcoal, fruit and 6th. 1826
.. liljlM lobar 5th, IW7. the War-
hooner is roruigned to "fr Bros. _Vltaphone_ Corpcnation
B hooner
don.
Owners' Assocla-
Fined For
Inflicting
Bodily Harm
(1 u -t AcUng Police M:igistrate of DIs
yesterday fined 211-
vrai-old labourer Alphonso
Wnlkes of Bu*h Hall 40/- and
2 cotts for inflicting bodlh
harm on Ism.tv Grimth of Mili-
tary Hood, St. Michael
bet 4.
eleased 'The .lazz Singer", star-
ring Al Jolson and containing the
spomB words which electrified
the entire motion picture industry.
(his death evoked con-
dolences from top Icnd.-r of
mire industry. Including Harry
M Warner. President of Warner
Bros.. Jack U Wi.rner. Vice-Presl-
>|ent in charge of Production, and
Major Albert Warner, V
'lent in New York.
Abandonment would be de-
plored by the whole golf world.:
'Hie 2,000 clubs asked to help
10 giving 4.000 will no doubt I
make ready response. It seems
to me that a scheme might be
set up within the framework of
the Golf Unions, by which
funds are always assured
The Royal and Ancient com-
millC can draw on funds from
the Amateur championsh i p~
Ihey ire likely to allocate more I
than 1,000but profils from the j
>poi, < hampionship are not avail-
able
leaving for Jamaica on Noveaa- rk '
ier 20 Th. Itemainder of the
r.ariv will travel with Sir George
on November 22.
The two remaining United
Kingdom Commissioners, who
v/lll be present at the O
and the Commitision Meeting in
FROM ALL
QUARTERS
a> 1 r..:,. Page 1
the pawnshop business, lu first
State pawnshop will be opened in
a suburb of Rangoon this month.
New Vaefc: Comments by th*V
'S.ven Butchers of Broadway"
Nc* York's leading dramatic
errlKa on Kothenne Hepburn's
peifurmance in Shaw's play "Tik
Million a iress" Include the follow-
ing: "Beautiful, radiant, vital and
not very good" "A vivid, lively,
' one-woman show
played with humour and a curious
id of beauty" "Mrs ll-pburn
Mr* n ,
KA.it-
Nlxoderm .
W9W Skin TrouM
HOHMIU&. COUUU >OI
GENERAL CERTIFICATE o) EDUCATION "
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL A HIGHER SCH CERT.
%WOLSEY HALL. OXFORD ^5=
!
IM>NT KA1I. TO OBT YOl K r \TR1KS
FOR THE
hn Ion
but
tour."
NoNappie r I
Rash/^ '
rT'_ J nPa.11- I- N'- plajrera have been noml-
I raae l alks in "". " afw* wwi.. ho t
Final Stage
big golf engagements this I
aaa->n for business reasons, Is to
I'lay m more events next year,
no doubt wifh an eye on the!
Walker Cup match
Sunningdale Club can muster
one of the strongest teams in I
amateur golf, in their side;
against Cambridge, and Oxford, 1
they had three former Knglish !
championsH. G. Bent ley, L. G
C*rawl and G H .Micklem, I
all players On the plus one 1
mark. The others range from
scratch to four,
LONDON. NovcmbT 14.
Reliable sources said the Anflo-
Argcntine trade tolks in Buenos
now entered their final
The Hue is to 00 paid in seven sli^p nm, lne onl ouunonaing
days or one month s Imprison- ,lloh|cm u ,he Arger.tire request
rnont with hard labour. Ismay fnr rIOUlt fJCnltkB up to the
OnfrHh appealed. nuximum of 20.000,000 In
Griffith tol.! thc court that formed sources said the luestion
while she w.u* on her way honr1 of amounts of meat deliveries to
on Military Ruud. St. Michael on Britain for thc forthcoming year
Kovemher 4. the defendant beat and also the price have been
(h t hull's plzzlc on her agreed upon. 1 Jinbridge ha\e lost only one
body because umet>ody had t..M When it became apparent that or ln',|r 'our engagementt this
him that she had taken up one the main obstacle to agreement rm- ""e captain, D S. Blair,
cf his ducks. was the Argentine request for nas *lx of last year's tatta ggdj
credit facilities, British Ambas- about a dozen new players of
r. 1 i .:i 11 IN ACCIDENT ador Sir Henry Brartshaw Mack ' standard to choose from.
--------> requested assistance from the r.xiure list before the meeting
Rdward Taut, a 17-year-old British Government to hasten w,lh Oxford at Rye on March
mechanic of Jnckman. St. negotintions As a result the *"2l include* matches with Si
Michael was involved in an government sent two officials George's Hill. Royal Worlington.
accident with a motor car on from the treasury and board of Walton Heath. Worplesdon. West
Wcstbury Ro;d about 930 a.m. trade with late instructions. ',l" and Berkshire.
! was treated al the The present talks regarding the faddy lime, winner
Hospital for n rut on his fore- terris of a trade and payments
head. M I to MOCOad the one expiring
At the time of the Incident laf! summer were initialed in
TaJtl was riding a bicycle. n .i July Differences hetween
Ihe two sides however were at
FULL FROM MCTffOU ' -t so wide that progresa
'owardi nn ngreem"nt was ex-
Wimton Carter of Carringtnn Iremely slow
Village, S". Michael. .irl.iiiie I to Um loft f,-.i MUr He QUfaMOB of pnie. that Brit- '*'kcv ),ib (near WimhesUi.
'hen he fell fruni .1 n should pay for future deliv- championship. A cut spoon shot
l which he was riding on n'sM of meat 11 ts understood al the nth cost him his only five
Road, St. Michael Hit the first price Argentine Details of his round on a couno
aboui 10 o'clock, r,uuteri was about 192 p;-r long with a scratch of 70?
He was treated al the OcncT.it IM Britain subsequently agreed JuVi .? v^VaH.Ts-i VJSL
Hospital and discharged. be concessions but these ware 4; 1 'u vo..' drwa wrt.. 15.11 pur.
too small to tempt the Argentine i; _*_;* ** dnv*_ ^iron. 1 puiu "
. ^f the
Brabazon trophy three years j
ago at 17, has to make golf sub-
sidiary to his career as a pilot-
oillcer, and for that reason is
DOt readily available for 1m- j
portant events.
He tells me that lie recently
11 Labourers
Back From US
-''ii:i.,i,.i
Eleven asMMdaaal relumed to
the island yMterday b] HWIA
via Jamaica and Trinidad from
Ihe U.S.A. Where |hf* I ere
employed as labourers Some 1> ft
lost yoar and n few this year
Returning were: Arthur Applc-
Freiich Frotosl
\''.mission Of
Spain T us* vdm.. s iraa, R. put1
wu iir ,, an pmi t. t m* mi. .in*.
J.|r puiu J. t r ydi.r dtiv* S-iron. *
pull. 4 f lm.~ ID iJOO >-! dnv.. chip. I tMtlt.
4. 11 <5II idi 1 l>ult S. II 'in >d> S-lion. I putU 3
11 iSU yndi 1 dlrva. 1 putt, ]. 14 it.
i{' >iii artvas a-iro. s puiu 4 in |H<
vdi.i airon >ard pull 1. II
drivr o*d(* ion pull 1. IS i*W yd. i
tStm *-iio. l puiu 4--a*Mai st.
v."-
MARt-H "HlHtair*
OVtHTfWE- -oarrmi-
BtaXsjCTsOM
-MflrMtkmi MrffiartM''
INTtCHMIXZO -rrom lh* i
"Cavallrra MuMlrana"
Um 'W.UT MuMr
two nr< ra Mjmn i im mm
II.m ,., pnrtl ai-Mh. Kua*.
MTDITATION "Thin .> I
ORATOHIO
' Tli* Hr.miH -r* IpIIii. Hd
HYMNS A M -
IVbIm mv wul ihe Kir*
Ti l-.ru ! nn SI
OOD SAW TUB SjVKBM
rheylt Dp It Eve
| mm - -
.JTO'.'.BEI\R> PUT AWAY A Pl<3
VIAL. JUST BEFORE HE TOOK OFF
C-4 HIS CfSS-COUNTRy FU6HT
IV. (iinmy HalloJ
..- -- -;.--- .-;;------------------------------------------------,
SO VJUO ACTS SERVED PWST, Fty.CTICAuy '
AS SCO-J AS THE PLAHE LEAVES THE
SKOyJC ?CURP!) STD\V3EKKy,C= CUSS.'
Vim nvuhw km l'mlcw (Mmn>r.-<
BTICf batn baO< and M rv(T "
j h*n. 4>Wf iMta >'* indj
< %
..-: .1. '..:.:.:.

(uticura
OINTMENT'
B.W.I.
B.W.I
eaNABlAN III VilM, OIL
IM /./.I I III.MI.SI
IN THK MAIL UY NEXT SATURDAY'.
22NI) \OVKMBi:lt. I9S2
WHEN THE CONTEST CLOSES
OOSafl 4 HOWE I.TK. FOR NORTHROP
& I.YMAN CO.. LTD.
v\n m: KBPUES
GO TO THE HOME
PRODUCTS DEPT. for
BAI.ATA NOVELTIES
STEEL BANDS
COCONUT TREES
DONKEY CARTS ......
FRUIT SELLERS ......
MAUBY SELLERS
WOODEN NOVELTIES
.'.'OATS ................
SELLER WOMEN
DONKEYS
...... S3.no
....... \M
1.92
.....lb
.......<)6
...... $1.20
.......72
..... 1.44
mr '-l,.!,!,,,, ;,,,,,,,..... ,... v ,,,.
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD.
10. II. 12 & 13 Broad St.
wowww in.......iituWA*w*M's,v.:w.:v.y
Colgate Chlorophyll Toothpaste
DESTROYS BAD BREATH
lltstaMttftl In * iDsMth.
Police Band
At Esplanade
By the kind permission of Colo-
PARIS, Nov 15.
Tho lively political debate over
Spain's candidature for tho United
whalte. Joseph Ltaaoombe. Juntos Nations Bducatlonal. Sri* ntnir ,,,-..i
Karnes. John BelBrave. flliwr ''l'ur-1 Org.n.iatlons wjrviv-
llest. Edwin lliiynes. Joseph Al- "* S'urday with iu rrrmn
leynt. lUlpb Bu h-ll. Joseph gl protesting her adm.HSion
Stephen llelgrave nnd ?.he ^neral tconference of 58 ina-
Joscph King-. '^ mn*;h. 1c ceoUnued debate llv tn klmi |(inlllfMon of Coio-
,n.1"1.1 yea/p U.N.E.SC.O rnx>rt nf, R< ^ M,(hllm_ o.B K. Com ;
Th. Hiaiorny mere saiisdrd i"t plans lor the future misMoner of Police the i'nliic
with conditions in the USA The drive against the global g^0. ond ledIbv Sat V Arch-
and hoped lo be able to return Ageno's budget developed amonK S?lI icndcl the f*mwin or"
at -me future date. Ifftl delegations led by Hrit.in Brimmen0irmusrc a? the Day St
Edwin Hnynes who worked In and Australia The first open Cfcp!anade this .Mning beginnit-
n, said thot in his case warning of tlu- fight over at 4 45 d m
ttanl Wr renr unsuitable UNESCO's builgel tentatively
Mr- did not like the food and t at 19,014.866 for 1953 and
accom.r.cdalion was also very $10,776,440 came Frida> from Ilrll-
bM aln's Minister of Education M.S.*
James Barnes, a worker from Florence Horsburgh She said
Milwaukee, said that he enjoyed her delegaUon had been Insnrnet-
vcry much his stay In the USA ed to "look critically"' at tho
I: ... Howe i to rook (. him- I'N DEACO pt 'r.niiii, lud BUd
elf :ind he could choosr wher get The Australn n .Irlegate
ever he liked to live. claimed that U.N.E.S.C.O hod ex-
Other workers from Wisconsin landed itr staff initeaO of redue-
dtiagrccd with Haynes They said ing it in time of financial stress.
th:it they were well treated l'i*
r^P^J
Hf >^r A

ssssfiDaossflLKl . i.
Nara Is Iha'taagla pewar of
4ssBMa)kjyR to destroy had braatb
orltciruiliu? ia Ilia mouth I Colgate
Chlorophyll Toothpaste in moat
osaaa acts quickly . acts IMor-
oughly.. .nod the purify ing net inn
UuU for hours' Keeps your brratb
sweat and fnssh lunger!
FIBHTS TOOTH DECAY!
Kvery time job an Collate
Chlorophyll TWhpasta specially
nght a/U* anlinr- ynu act nfalnat
tho JasUuctivB ackla (hat ara a cauas
of tooth daosy . anuaUy kelp re*
*-rd tbair formation:
CHECKS
COMMON GUM DISORDERS!
Now! Tho FuH Benefits of o
Chlorophyll' Toothpaste in o New,
Exclusive Colgate Formula!
IVI LITTLE EXTRAS . .
YOC LOOK for them in a
Custom-Tailored SI'DT ... fine
materials . qaallty linings .
rasv drape and fit.
WE HAVE a wide rholee of
ODbsbsbs, CeillsMI and Itraign*
M\ m TROPICAL and heavier
I weights.
i
' WON'T VOr COMf In Uti
loik around ?
*" r n n
BSV^f X '
A MAFFEI I
^5 SUIT?
MAKES A BIG
DIFFERENCE.
New Colgate buna* *ou ondar-
>orkis chaxopLvU ka lha Rnfart
ohtorosthyU loolhpaata that 14
yaara of partaBoa tan ctaata . .
ColgaW Chlofophyll Toothpaatal
Nalura 1-ra.lf mak. .Uorophyll
aad puU It In all grseo plaaU to
nablo them to live and grow. But
acianotrnuittmakdown thai nat li-
ra) GhlorophyUaalo a uaabW, rfTi c-
Uvaformtiaalrr-atWuWi'cA/aroj^y-
sb) before It can help you
fainat bad braatb, loolb daaay.
BSlSaBsoa gum disonlara.
TL 11' wliv ">!>" ri|*Tirnrai
ajxl skill in rraatma u n>ltuva
formula k uapon.oii lo you. Ia
Colgaia t'liloT<>i>l)v'.l Tooihpaala
you gl ihe hanaflta of I hoar wat*r-
olubla .-Klor.'phvUim In a aafa,
la-aa-al farm!
for *ni Wp (.in.i had braath
i"i|i".iiiatg *> dtp mouth . com-
Mann giun dianrnVra . tool Ii V-
cay ... law ColgaW Ct^ueopbyll
TootDtpaata aftar oaiing. Il'a the
fi-r* faroropVv/. foolapaif* I la.
wiarlar* larajaat makar tif quably
l' ntifrioaa* can produce!
Taala ohow ehlorophvll promoiad
healthy gum llaaueo. Now ColraU*
Cl>l->ni|)li)llTa*ii affaniva beoeflu of chl..r..|.l.>ll ic
help you car* for sore, lender guma.
NEW GREEN TOOTHPASTC
Tested and Guaranteed bv COLGATE!
GIANT SIZE 79e
LARGE SIZE 47c.
YOU LOOK
YOUR BEST
YOU FEEL
YOUR BEST
AM> THE
PRICE YOU
PAV IS THE
PRICE ITS
WORTH
"Top Scores In
Tailorine"
P.C.S. MAFFEI
& CO.. LTD.
Variely too...! A whole thrilling
shopful of Xmns ideas. f.ir yoti.
Sir!... for ynu, Madam! And very
definitely for ymi. Kiddies'
K. R. HUNTE & CO., LTD
LOWER BROAD STREET
Ph 5136
ManeSoan <;ifl Typr\iri.ci-
I'omh & Brush Sols
Walckaa & chinn
Elprtriral Appli
Tons' Toys! T...-'
fin OJi&s co/tomiAe
. . USE .
BOWRANITE
wTicoititosm: p\i\t
The Relentless Enemy of Rust
The Proved Protector ol Iron and Steel
QOH FARTHEST -:- LASTS LONGEST
One Ration will caver 7001,000 sq. feet, one coat.
Stocked In KF.L>. OFIFY, BLACK m tin, ol imperial I
THONG 44.",B
AGENTS:
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO LTD.
>>aaaaiina<,aaaa
iiiiiiiiiiiiiifiim


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM