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PACE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE si XDAY SOS I Mill II lSS V s A L THE IONGMORN 111..!-. FORT CSAGE %  %  SEAS-N % %  ill TUB INVISIBLE MAN ARTIC MANHUNT FRANCIS A n ii .in. i'. u <>|STI\ -a— IK O l 4 I r.MMm 11. %  • I III A I IK I % COMIN* ROUND THE HOUNTAIH With %  %  ( n*><*>th M) %  BBS 1 R*-rl DMn:IIII Mill IK*.* Nowi Fiiay %  %  111 L- Bam*. i"mi atnoiN I Ml SKlr*K SAMSON AND DELILAH %  iDESERT HAWK > I • %  n LOUISA I..I... ... *.„..„ un ,. ,.,,... Abba*! C W M I I HI NIVKR> %  BUCK PRIVATES IU.NTV v H7N1SMES •ml in. iMnl Hon.. In |,| limn lot Ihc ( .Minn ; Xmas St.isiui Call At A WARNING TO THE PUBLIC Keep your Diary open on Thursday. December 11th or Friday. December 12th for THF THIRD VISITOR" You have been warned ! A '-'**-.0*>W**#*',W**>',*-'V-.-,-,1 .-.'.*.'.'.'.','---•..* %  THS STORY OF MOLLY X 1. i 10 IS 1 THIS IVCNING 8 30 AND CONTINUING rm: fun t\ Tin flNM Btitt HAYWAHD I'.III.IH MEDINA r.lii<-Mla — HiunNftay MAI.Aiv nil UGH ( inn i| Oppnini rrlda> THE Will) NOKTII GEHLDHEIVS BOOKS i.*rpp AtaDrtmani Por AH AAM JUKI Ilic t: I 11 Y. i v, I,,,, U'aitinu for. at ROBERTS & CO. "Your Stationers" m al No, !1 HiKhSl. FREE GIFTS • To atl Customers spending $10.00 Cash on any one day until Doceml-er 34th. Com* on and make a purchase of $10.00 or over and receive a piece of Phoenix Ware free Take Advantage nf this Chris I mas Offer LOUIS L. BAYLEY Aquatic Club Cift Booth Phone 4887 £ A Man From Delaware When ll trip "( mm Afln(l< C0.1H, no** k, r> ... %  mm nrt foundation a lWi for one n\ trw mmt unique setdOBI of thi' Country. The original settlers were of good English. ad Swedish stock, which fact may be one reason 1-w UKenviable record Delaware has plt of ii•** &f Jose oh Franklin Dunleavy h rleecendnn,,( thu .tork. Among the early ..-ttier* of Delaware was the DunleBvy family. and because nf their (tncare daalre to become an niletr .1 part of the new countrr. •bey outers. I became fuedamesttaUf Ameriest and noblest in the traditions and aims of thai new Nation TS— • — • %  &f atI nx-pher* in which J frana: 'fHinlenvy was raised. It is BO* unusual, therefore, that the bet,ter one knows htm. the more conftdence the* have in htm. both as a man and as one who know* hi* business. IVf/fMiffinriy .%WaW COLONY CLUB —< 1 hr is fiim.s A Xi-„1,,„,. Ota KNOUBH I IIKIST.M.tS IHNNPR BBC 2.'.. ,.t 8 p.m. 0A1 \ DAN! i: AMI III I KKT NKW tUn KVF. —-O Xmas Dim, r M.50. KM v...r Dance M.lm As nmn „;n lm y, m ii^ ,Hy appli. Ii'.h is j.(hiMihlr. EV1 NOfG IIKKSS ONLY O UiLE Jftt. aad Marfarst Cola ID Mon thfl Judge* for the Uurd tUB. Hftrgaret waa .•.rdafl Sot, p.... w 4 a-tP Bahy Show at tha A.,uauc Clnu yeateiday. QcUiib Qcdlinq. IU.1.1 Sfusnn Tl„\V,,ln,..,h, : \i,.hi BUFFET DANCES will fnmnwtl l Wed.. Jan. 7lh BEACH CIRRY LINCHIONS EVERY SUNDAY O Application for visitor, season, or full ii inirnrsliip vh.mld |„. m ldrcMl i„ the Pamtarj COLONY CLUB, si. MMM, Telephone No. 11107 THE ANNUAL BAZAAR Under the Patronage af MRS. TURNER will be held at THE DRILL HALL from 3 to 7 p m. On SATURDAY, "'ill NOVEMBER. 1952 In aid of i Ml OLD LADIES' HOME Would you like to do your Christmas shopping in pleasant surroun B.W.I.A. fo British Guiana. Mr. Blrkett whu was fuiimil. General Manager of Messrs. S Dawson and Co.. Hot, will now be taking charge of the Sugar Experiment Station in Georgetown. Thtrnka T IE officers and membernf Ihc Eton Sports Club would like to thank all those who in an | way contributed tow.-irds making their annual dance on Nov. 8 the gro.it success that it was. ••7ft.Third Vhitor" >.\l'l INI. DOWDING and Idrir. XT Mills make a welcome return to the local stage In The Barbado. Players' production of the thriller "The Third Visitor" on December 11 and 12. Newcomers to the local stage m Viscount Dangan who has had considerable stage experience, and John Roach. Dick Vldmer und George Chullenor will be seen again after a long absence, while William Ber; Ulan forsakes butlcring for crime land vivacious Pam Chaytor completes s strong cast which will u I directed by Viscountess Dangan. Finl Vhil : AMONG the passengers arrival ing on Thursday ntottUfUJ by T.C.A. from CBBBMBI RM holiday were Mr. and Mi DOD Thomas of Toronto. The. anv paying their tii*t visit to the island and will be remaining for two weeks as guests at the Hotel Royal. Mr. Thomas is a passenger agent nployed with T.C.A. in Toronto. Thv CWwaM r IE main .vent of Ihg Chi us, which will ixDec. th, by the Reekie v.'ili BO 0M Bl| Pan** best group, tha lcv. most spectacular, the most attractive and tha Commander Daysh. who is in charge of the pBOCtl inf to dactda wMcfa of several golfers has the best drummajor proportl"! %  da. Ailing those who-' are being compared are William Grannutn. Frank Ma William Atkinson. iUni^nituU.tioit C ELEBRATING her %  • day with a gay p night was MsM -'hylln, V ..f Mr Si M Fitrpatrick of 'Eurek.i prise Road phviiis. who represented the island this VM: polo, hopes to Scotland i "' ^' phv-ic.'l %  biof-e. BOM laeturlnfj at Abtrleen t'nlversitv /fosierv WnnuJarlunT M R SEYMOUR TAYLOR aophn ni Mi A %  Taylor and %  hotsery nianufactunr nf Philadelphia, USA., left for Trinidad by B.W.I.A after spending I work's holiday as a guest at the Hotel Royal. A Barbadian? Mr Taylor ken : %  %  • %  %  vUtta u> the colony rtnoa than, Uw Witt helna in Tebruary this l I, %  %  which ha win UM %  II. i-1 f 9mkh W Uk S < %  M M DORIS HA i I in I'nrbndrw left on .,„ her l u a nrn a r a ln a, -i Far lawn rfVlMhp M R. BVCRARD M( K Ormom1 Ho %  IH i duruuj ihi. \ w and left .'inng by B.G. Airways tor Si. V %  sand the Christmas holidays with theiralathri Id.'fi\ flirthttay M ANY happy returns to the rang whose birthday it Mh Dora Ibberscm. I'D. and W, Mr. R. A Vaughan. Judge. I'. "v Debt Court. Mr. A R V Newsam, Assistant Mantei. I^KI^C School and Dr. D. A Gale. Dr. Gale who Is 30 %  %  -iv b) the 1 rrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G G. Barrow of, • hael. i C Hammond. tor. Han M %  mond haa been headTtnster "f Ilnrrlson College since 1919. W*: "JJWoV" Ami "Groom" TTHE pair of dolU (bride and gro.mil raffled in aid of Local i .-'ii won by Mrs. r. A Hutchtnson. "Carlton", Rock. The sponsors of the raffle would to deliver them to the i-j_. if .h„ >.i.tl> ,i %  AL'II. n'^iili" 1 W '..IV she %  • %fu*ic And Arh /CONGRATULATIONS lo M/. S.IH1 Corbin. I..R.S.M. who | :.. %  l.ik.n time off from his • miles to take his Interbutton He was one of tha recent candidates who wag i this degree. t.In islam* Calendar T^IX next big event on tha X tor over the Christmas season is the Annual Bazaar on Saturday. Koran bar 2H Time was when this baxanr was held In I'ark. but for several it has taken place in Ii Dilll Hall. Garrison. %  t J] gn centraUsed m the main hall, while Ihe grounds .i :ih.rt.il.le i refresh\ outdoor tn The well-known Barbadian dish its tlrsl appear, .: %  on tiui<~i irdnd us that Christmas niT •T*l!i: \,.t.i,.,i rii isimas Party for the Blind '-'Kes place on S ii iv Decariibor 20 at p.m. :it tiie School'* bBaduuartari, 91 1.00 1.44 4.17 & 5.20 LOO 3.74 to 12.16 GALVANISM) BUCK i: I S Id". 12". 18" & 14" Heavy and Ughl I At very Kensonalile Prices Tha eh >' Blind itudcnta rooductad kfc Harold Rock. ,1 st Johns Parish Church assisted by some of the leading artistes. wiU mo "f Christinas i he rUtt will be disltibuted An*'. S.>iial Welfare OfTlccr. C4UI V M GARDEN^ RT. JAMES Ii % %  i iiiinino* 's P* T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOuR SHOE STORE rkooe: 422D alt PROMPT DELIVERY VAN SERVICE ^N^^I HARDWARE SUPPUK RHK1.1T STREET (OpposlUPost Office) — PHONt: 4918 I "iTil)i %  3D p 1.1 '.T YOt rill IMI:;—' %  •* RAFT a TODAY'S NIWS FIASB MODEL FACTORY KNGINES Thai Work By Slcam — AT — JOHNSONS STATIONERY '-'-'-'•'•'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'.'.•.•'..•.•--.•.w.^-.^-^^ Cecil B. DeMille s Masterpiece! ^ntsoit AAII Cc-lor by TECHNICS OR A Paramount Plctura 0 EMPIRE n.i It OX Y siMiiriMdiMv Star tin f, I It WAY 2Sth WOVE IS V'..V>V.-VV,VVVV'.^OV'..V%V^^^ *-^'*V,%V*V*V'#%V'*OVt'V'A*,*,*,*,-,*^^^ ---'->



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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. IMS SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE THREE V DM ITIWII Hollywood Hill-Biilies %  I; 6. H. Gardening Hints Farm And Garden For Amateurs %  FILM fare is ..-omewnM hunter this week-end. w„h,mt ST**? S ft* *5fctf.23 inc HIMU* indigestible element* Uiat we've had recently. Society's yaarly Exhibition have Abbott and Custello are back avain alunii the Dumas'pcrenalready been fixed toi next MI lual Musket ,„.i leatherTl weighl farce and to top off, n fast-moving Wa***fi. Once again, comedy comes tint and I am lining I" >t, %  cecapably" entangled lengths of chain, the pfcM lie. with him and his friend* becoming mixed up in tin f.imily feuds between the Winneld* and the McCoys— a daffy bunch Wonder what s holding up our house now— unofnvtal strive, go slow, or lust normal working ? %  try tafh and Handav. Warrh 1st 1053 This Exhibition, (which must not be confused with the general txhihition which is held nt % %  ii will again in 1951 be held at the Dull Ball in the garrison, nnd there will be the usual display of eat %  ewer*, ferns. Orrlilds as well a= '"*• tod frail. At one time the Horticultural exhibition was held at Queen's 1'atk. but fur vanourcasons the Committee d S hange to the Drill Hall, where was held early this year, and 'here. In spite of some ad< By AGRICOKA Mil KIMi THF COW WI HASTEN to explain -hat the above heading, has no connection whatever with the proverbial relationship Ad tgx payer—a popular U I ilk.nice is realistic and appropriate to thig column. It is prompted by the fact that the Annual Uon u round thu conn* and farmers and c %  uUl be euiLsidt'iing thelf exhibits for the great eu • In thig connection, we quote Clause II of the General Ru i i n section 4 of I be milked ofTk i | grn less than 8 lb Th<> trill be judged on confoftnauon |bt of milk. The date of Iving must be registered f ith the Barbados Dairy and :O.K Breeders' Association withi 10 dayof the birth of lb BUNDING HEADACHES MADE HER HELPLLSS POULTRY NOTES %  •vai aches will be interested ID The ^iet of aureeM In pouttr* oa ^bO number up to the thud reading how. 1h, J mil a. i %  i .. 1 Annan ftatv A BAD COUGH? DON'T WORRY it will soon stop if you take — VENO'S COUGH MIXTURE a—i keeping 15 retting the most you can f.— the birds you have. To •'" on •"' ended ber trouble* — do this you must spend nm r KST* .. flfifVH SET?* • oud (eea •"* vou mu ther-f. T if cuts out the anxiety over rain. v u, „. Another thing in its favour is it* | i convenient position rikht on the l *VuI I ^" C"* ... V V9 yau hit bus route ^ culhng chart whkh will help you i kl TTfti rTorUcullural Satiats* %  i,l r^^lJegTn W *"" yOUr rubition is a splendid effort on the W .IH ln w-*, part of it. Committee who stage T he good SJeV this show every year. It* influence has good width is felt by gardeners all over the and death but Island for It bring, to local gar|. refined, ilening a prominence it would not it. cvc s a !" otherwise get. by setting a high bright with full nd flowers, tound pupils a friendly its beak and competition, all id which are exshanks are cellent things. bleached in yel. low tkinned island ovei varieties. The be recorded > form In order to get allow-i "I w*a tul %  ante. The* must be %  — %  >' I by a -crrurar.^ pS^^V iM bj a reliable person op-, to UP down f>>r i> %  :e.l by the Chairman of the By aunt, whohaa i. %  i le Cotnmttter. -taling that li! f*i %  exhibit has b.-en milked dr> '" 1 "'."J",, '';•'" i-. in*.ia*rii-e HI* ..nrlia.. o, ..' not ra a retorn of'nosa re?rirtle iPiamic, not earllei • the day before the Bx-j i ,,.,., qult We'll soon bave thai belter/< ^\. with ... r iractiv.%  „rui [he weight from the exhibit at 5 a.m.. an the morning of the Bxlstbttiori xiLibnot. will not c renunded o| tiuM but the attention %  f newuinti. may have to be drawn to It In tln connection, it may be thai i" an <-.lion*. |. 'hv .i;i H'ultural onen, the nuniuer of new exhibitor, lend* lo be Joo few. May biewed by on old mountain witch torically .^peaking: encouragement from"eMtng the contribute to the fun and there The Musketeers are load by tsults of other gardeners labour), i is an hilarious sequence when the Louis Hay ward who makes old woman and Costello practice a dishing D'Artagnan while PatriIt is Just over thn :pot of voo-doo on each other (5 Medina play's the du.T rol.' or BE'V 1 I"" LSftSrt !& ending with his abrupt exit on her the lovely prisoner and her twin ifawer^' "IS.,** mo nnUMlj Wl broomst.ck. which H equipped isler John Button is suave and *?")' SSL^ T t with a wind-screen w.pe?" The treacherous M de V.ldac and gSSS f'i£ ^^TtW EaluhlUnn nl come, when the burSteve Brodie. Alan Hale Jr. and RorV. by MSSL ^^eeds o? Xe finally located at Judd Holdren do a fine Job as the (lowers they want to exhibit. The dry cool weather we ore having ry is naturally full of is especially favourable to annspirited duelling ,md uals, and as a result next year's j should be J ippeal to all those who. for •agon Of another, do nut exhibits, to make a special to do so this year: We feel there are vaattal tc. and crops, for example. > exhibition and "X stimulating of her twin sbjtcr to 1'hiliu ,,i Spain trigger-happy hill-billie<. of whuh H seems to me, if my memmy Crcm Granny McCoy (Ida Moore) serves me right. Ukst the asalkaJ Keen gardeners th. g. gPfr 'MZ *? e a lc k *'st on the twins were boys, but after all. compete, and those who do Dot iTnThTree C ,w *i nar trigger! Kentucky love potion. whaUa UtUe change of sexh,,compete get a lot of ple.su>e and f^T hea J I?, eye. are sbunken with pupils sometimes Irregular in khape. Beuk and shanks are yelin low in yellow-skinned varieties 1 The body of the good layer showi i back long and flat, a breast full vou. deep and prominent. It has a good correct, weight but Is not too fat The poor layer has a rounded back Now, back to 'Milking Uv tapering to the rear; its breast la Co* Here are some pointers shallow and flat and It is either tjhich help secure the maximum light or extremely heavy in weight, amount of milk at milking lime. The plumage of the good layei (I> The udder should be x worn and soiled and It has a washed with warm wati I '",?"„;;*' ; a* =* %  ssmi.-s^nws;. SBWff. fiTSB X £m W %  SAT" £$$$£* "Z gxi r$x f ScL^ Tg^rags s,,-gig s 5TaS zj^mZSKS stsue^un^n pantomime and shonn.gan, on Cinecolor is excellent • %  are the J !" J f th ^ ^p| an tina to Sow'aS a three to flve fl.igu.-r. ipread comfort -rbatt^evn, he part of bo h comedians. whUe satting. cortume. and he descrip !"!" TshoXS • *real "*" lb*e l-,ne, nd keel <3 The l.m. of milking should the^clever hill-billy song, and ^J""*** 1 ^ orf> bv D,m,,n help to\aVdeners mVcparing for when the hen is laying. The ni varv from day to dav; scene-stealing personality of DorTlomkin. the Exhibition. But it muit be cipac.tv Of the poo. layer i. <' D" not beat or frighten p this film enter"FORT OS AUK" remembered that this table is only small; leas than three lingers bethe cow. or cause It any pain; 11 There's not much 1 can sav a guide, and that the progress of tween pubic bones and keel when m * c >"'' > nc ' iK-entrates are before them and nine again like lo have the calf around. Much depends on individuality and training. %  nllal t.i know |kg panions are out lo rccue PTincc&s plot. Photography Is good, a* It NOW. Anne of France who is con lined in always is in westerns, and tin a dungeon, wearing an iron mask action moves briskly. white man and manuring; whatever is necessary you are nol feeding good feed to *ami•>•<*' I" " who docs garden Is. one line specimen will of IN which inllknia Ulna ought lo check next day with th:. chart be oa welcome as thoac from the .•"„"?" '" ,nh "'' "'?' %  ardac lh.,1 can .-end in .lo/en.. "•"""< • dennjtely and every contribution helps to .^^__^__^_ rsraD the whole show If you h.'MIho birds -nils. Pen Pals BY THE WAY ... trs..*.^, A'lf incnnrliisirv di*vu**wn *hat I said," replied llkia. "WhatA MEETING has t,ken nlaee at l-whal-you-said?" asked Suet one 'ovely fe.n send it. one l-v.-l, the ItSbdrv t nSi?l, 8low| y flnd Patiently. "Yes." said row or doaens of both send them, the Ministry of Fliibble-blow, lkl ^ "But not what Whv la or anything in cut flowers, fern*, ing between Char he Buet, who is ^', Jr?.. "Y 0 dt lncUv .aid fruit, vegetables or ...chlds that SmB^ 1 At"' wn,: nevi? d under a ^' *>" S^-ASS^ aid !" up ,J Exhibition standard, "a^ndswharissaidtoh." IflSd ^V "S'S !" !E? 2g£ The ^ Horticultural fa nihWOO Ii _. been suggested that Suet should ,h' m ' prd over a ,how that is looked forward to p Mt Offl.-e. Trinidad. U W I explain his filing system. In these ** c !" each year by those interested m u employed as a Postal Officer. files." Suet began, "are kept all < %  .. gardens all over Barbados It is .ctlers and documents arranged Slrau* in thv iritnl algo patronised by numbers of our ___ • • 1L-V^I S?L IIK.S 1 cKLTa?^ Mphobetlcally in reverse, and with THE other day a maker of a visitors and provides a unique TERENCE ADAMS 12 years %  <*";>• .usewha Jtver "wean numben dupUeatad" 1 bitter marmalade much in deopportunity for them to see tho old; wants.|. n pals of Imth. sexe. *\ • '"^ J f S"^ tb U Whj ?" afcked the Burmese magmnnd In axount.y place was fined produce of the island I here aM W Harh .d.. Rls interests „,u' m. t .. n -ifoii >ai i .1 tbo note. Suet laid his finger along for not ustno ciouuh moor, and ""* full months ahead in which Scouting, Swimming and Stamp ""k P"will !" *l certainly I his upper Up and breathed down the owner of a house in the prowe can prepare for ,t and it is to Collecting. He saw the West U..-ppnllng It pays to study his nose. "Why what'" he ingreaslve borough of St. Pancrai be hoped that the 1953 Exhibition Indies Cricket learn beat England. Jur cow, show her every conqulrcd. "What?" asks Ilkla "Why was fined for living in his own will be bigger and better tha-" Address 112 Kirkham Drive. auieraUon. co-operate fully with what?" repeated Suet. 'That 1 house ever before. Ooddard Avenue, Hull. Yorks her and she will let down her England. nnlk and not let you down. k. You see. all She milk I can give at already conidder prior to allfcing. The action of letting down' la not to be confused with the secretion or making of milk v.ltlnii tlM udder. When the milk %  .leiiis of. the udder are full and ioady for Ihe 'letting down' action, the cow learns u gggociale %  irgsaxvp Tiiniiis .,. JI. rortain operaUoos such a* those In contrast to 'letting down' is c holding u|' <•! n ilk NoUtil .; JUST TO REMIND YOU TO BUY YOUR STOVE we offer THE CORNER STORE OVEN I'OH i II HIM >l A SIVA LOR 3TOVES 1. 2 & 3 Burner GREEN ARROW STOVES 2 & 3 Burners BEATRICE STOVES 1 & 2 Burner SUNFLAME 2 Burner Table Model SINGLE & DOUBLE OVENS In ear rUsowroeoi we have new arrivals tee! Baby Carriages — PRAMS & GO-CABTS There U a vary wide, range of prices — from 11925 to $5:>.fil The little fellow on the right could be a real baby — it* cries and crawls and i. one of many beautiful Hi.IIfrom our Toy Deporlmenl. BARBADOS CO-OP. COTTON FACTORY MAtl. (he Maequeen, of course! ii plain or bound r.l' In fawn. u.tl .l.r. or hrM %  ey. $.31. . fni Here are haU thai are attrled


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PACE FOl'R Sl'N'DAV ADVOCATE si NDA1 NOV1 MBF.R 21 1152 PYRAMID HANDKKRCI IIE"FS In white ami colour* Joi m,n mJ WOttMB A TOOTAI. rKODIK I %  MMiri1 Iratr M*n I BSS %  I M %  %  AXL OVER THE WORLD Gnffllnrantingsitogiirnitb GiDctte ID spite of addiction to yawning. The KBslishmnn sings in the morning; With glee at the comfort and saving. That Blue Gillette Blades bring to shading. 5 Blades 30* Naturally the well-groomed men of England and every other country tOO, use Blue (iillette Blades. The shainctt edge in the world ensures them a smooth, easy, close shave that slays clean all day. and Blue Gillette Blades last so long thai il is the most economic.il *have loo. Blu^Gillette Blades TRADfc BNQUIRISS WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF AUTO ACCESSORIES. [JEFFREY STOLLMEYKR is Yesterday's Cricket WEST INDIES CAP. UN ieblt m J h ^riCKd Open Ixiwn Tennis Tournament /Po/lf IHlulerS Play Planned H? o. s. come wed the %  toads pfDnee the 1933 tout to >v> with ><>nf1lcting • s t % ,% and West Indian* THK NEWS that Mi MM) Nti.ilnieycr n' been selected captain ;t Hi.WM Indies Warn U meel India In the Wen India* next year constitute the most momenti*us il.-ilk-ngi to the •lability of West Indie* edeket that It has had to year* of existence. Those of us who have foil gress of Weft Indies CriW i I i England must receive this t. emotions. In the first place we are bound as sportsmi to congratulate Stolinnver on the honour that has been liestowed upon him and wish him the best of luck in the fortluonn This, however, will not prevent, at least this writer, from making detailed analysis of the situation and what It must mean to West Indies cricket. STOU.Mr:YKR—A CRtCKKTKK N O one can deny the ability of Stollmeyer as a cricketer, nor question his qualifications on the ground <>f experience He has represented the West Indies in England in 1939, in India in 1948-49. In England again in 1950 and in Australia In 1951-52, so that it can tie linably claimed that he has expei let an international. But what of the man he has displaced? Why has Stollmeyer at Ml IMMKKI in the history of W : erred u John Goddard? The question of relative quailflrations from the level of partial, pstlon In International and intercolonial cricket is as true of Oodd.ad as it Is of Stollmevir except that Goddard has been copfattrina ihe West Indies in all but one of the International commit men'.' to both which I have Mated in >• %  > brief avtltoa of MoUsr* ym GODDAM*—THE CAPTAIN J OHN GODDARD first led the West Indies in the West Indies in 1947-48 against England In two tests, one of which the West Indus won at British Guiana and the other at Jamaica to clinch the rubber. The subsequent Test victories in India arc too uell known to be recounted here. A new page in West Indies cricket history was written In the 19*0 tour to England. They won their First Test ever in England and proceeded to create another record by winning the .lubber too for the first time since the West Indies were given Test Match status. Goddard was captain then. The West Indies were asked to under tike the greatest task in their career so far—opposing Australia in %  for world cricket supremacy. Again l*oridard was asked. Ihey dui not win, neither were they disgraced. By common consent their having scored a near miss at the "Ashes" was attributed evenly in two factors, firstly that the tour was inexpertly arranged ami secondly, the hard practical school of widc;ivi>ur and experience through which the majority, '!%  > all. Of the Australian Test playera i ntunlly pass, gave thorn the necessary edge. In the face of the admitted progress mode by West Indies cricket .luring the past live years with Goddard .it the holm, the W. Cricket Board Of Control Bit* much clumsy muddling have seen it to appoint Stollmryer in place <.f Goddard 10 Had the West Indies .iitainst the Indians although Goddard declared himself lit and willing to lead the West Indies again. INGRATITUDE T*llFHr. ean hardly ever be a greater manifestation Of Ingratitude and an utter contempt tor what la logical and seemingly meet uid right to do than that shown h> the West Indies m f.uluui to .ppoint a man whose m DM drones of West Indli the right to strut and preen their wing-, bafon LOTdi .""I I-allies and Dukes onlv because thev wenWest Indians. Onl\ by virtue of thai itld nothing else could they bask in the gloiy which the hard work, blood, sweat, toil and tear* of legitimat. l.-ters hart It would seem logical to me if the W.I. Board, supposing that -tie.bad asssjinad that Goddau l mtajrl not bo aHlttna i i at Hal la .mother overseas tour, decided to try out new blood in Ihe hop.that hcv would be investing m a future captain for some years to come, nad first attached him to Goddard for experience, and then allowed urn to lead the West Indies in one of the Tests. How can thev explain asking Slollmeyer at this time when he was available BEFORE Goddard was chosen m 1948 and was also available each time that Ciodd.ir.i A cboaan to lead the West Indies %  nice that time via against India. KngUnd ana Australia. NO DIGNITY H OW could the Board feel less than compelled to uphold the claims of a man who had been so vitally connected with West Indies Cricket in Its high noon, and who had still expressed his willingness lo be again associated and who so richly deserves the right to sa> "goodbye" to West Indies cricket in a dignified mamn-i I predicted that there was mischief afoot when there was so much delay In selecting the captain, hitherto a normal procedure Iietwecn men of goodwill. When the unprecedented and nonsensical mcthol of selecting the captain was adopted, I knew that there was some .mister move afoot. MORE DIRT '|*HSRI it more dirt to come and that will be the ireatmi-nt of the professionals. There has been no agreement reached yet in their connection and it is rumoured on good authority that an article which ippeared In the Guardian was an echo of the voice of Esau. Do not be surprised if Worrell, Waokes. Walcotl and Marshall do not appear. The theorists possibly believe that Ihey not only can do without tut that thy can issue in a new era of "Triekil" with only Hamadhin and Valentine thrown in foi the sake of eyewash. Those responsible for this injustice can rest assured that long after their mouths are stopped with dust the gtudont of West Indies cricket will still be sitting in Judgment upon them. LAWN TENNIS OPEN TOURNKY 1 T*HE COUNCIL of the Barbados Amateur Lawn Tennis Association have agreed to promote an Open Tournament to be played at the Belleville Tennis Club who have kindly placed their courts at the disposal At the B.A.LTA. The Association plans to send invitations to all recognised dubs lu enter not more than eight players per eveiil. The competition takes the form of Ladies' Singles, Men's Singles. 1-idies' Doubles, Men's Doubles. Mixed Doubles and an entrance fee of 12 per event will be charged. GRATITUDE TMIE ASSOCIATION has already expressed their gratitude to Ih Neville Teruiis Club for their generous gesture and a committee compiling Dr. C. G Manning (Vice-president). H. Johnson (Stralhclyde) and E. Tavlor (Belleville) was appointed lo make final arrangementwith the llell.vtlle Club. Ron V C. Gale has offered to donate a trophy (or the Ladies slnsfaat. , This step is long overdue In Barbados Tennis and for the future benefit of the sport I hope that full advantage is taken of this opportunity to gauge the all round strength of local lawn tennis. OOWt A SOODKN outfield and a wicket covered with water prevented any play in the cricket match between Carlton and Wanderers at Carlton yesterday, the last day of this fixture After 'le-pitch and field were inspected I and the umpires it was decided that not possible. In fell continuously up to lunch lime. sa thus have to be cootciu with points tor a arsi innings lead over Wanderers. A. the beginning of the match botn teams had a total of 22 points each and on both days there was a tus%  iipiemacy. On Uie llrst day of play Carlton Hi the Wanderers team to bat comparatively easy wicket the score 200 runs in their first innings The West Indian opening Test batsman Roy Marshall contributed 74 runs to topsoorc while D. Mayers hit 45 and E. Atkinson 21. For Carlton. pacer K Warren and E. Cox took three wicket* for 23 and 3B runresoecand "putied'ior oigftU%  ••* %  • _. %  ,.„. Rain washed out play after the Wilrlam Atkinson, who cVlmbed ateh between Spartan and Into UH N" 2 spot and has Empire at Bank Hah was in prohurlefl %  rhallengc at the Iridergr*sa for half an hour. Empire, in E. A. Benjamin. Raymond Northat half an hour, added 17 runs rts, who ellmced fnt 1 Hie Class to ihelr second Suturd-' A section and defended his place of five runs without loss m their place gainst a cnailenge; Keith Murphy, W lliam Grannum. N. f> I'aysh. and P, D aUDannott Four matches were played mong the ill In each ive Ihe 1 ni'llcnucr failed to .dvanee. The re-ultt. an Men's Ladder R. Norns defeated Barry 1 Kborne. R. Norru. defeated Geoffrey Manning. W. Atkinson defeated C. Bavlay. W. Grannum defeated J. Grace. Barry Osbome defeated W. %  N. C. IJaysh defeated Ian NUpsoch. t V J. Maskell defeated N. G. Daysh. It. V. Kuirf defeated F. Eastham. H. V. King defeated Lisle Smith. K. Murphy defeated Lisle SmUh. V. Hunte defeated K. Murphy. E. A. Benjamin defeated Ian Mb****, P. D McDermott defeated J. Kellman. Lord Dangan defeated D'Arry liinksnn. nig defealed H. Inill'S. I ...lii Ladder Mn. McDermott defeated Mrs. Lisle Smith. Mrs. D. Beaslcy detested Mrs. E. Vidmer. Mrs W. Maelntyre defeated Mrs. K. King. Mrs Walter Smith defeated Mrs. K Oraca The follow *ng challenge;, showing the date they were posted, are outstanding. Players are reminded that a challenge must be accepted within ten days 01 1 walkover conceded. Men Nov. 13—O. Cole challenged A. 11 1,01-d 11 lagan ohaiv Icnged F. Eflstham. NOV. 18—V. Hunte challenged It. Inniss. Nov. 19—W. Atkinson challenged R. Vidmer. Nov. 19—P. D. McDermott <1 innings. Bprtan have therefore gained firacked 1 hail mil eott "I Mr. Ficd Utthel certainly takes after his dam %  n appearance. She was also quite an honest mare and if there is one .H11H M. , j cl „ ,,, lhal h j. v—, *••• %  Otherwise at would not have o*.. ,\.t^ ._ „....me a peculiarity which he has of swaying from side to tide as he runs. He won two races, beating Driftwood and Maypole in that order in Ihe first, and then Driftwood and Dynamite in the second. In each case he had lo be ridden very vigorously by Yvonet, who is one of the most vigorous of riders. Each time I thought he would be beaten. He appeared lo run all over Ihe place in the home stretch and at one time I thought he would swing right across Driftwood and iinish up on the outside rail. Even in his last race with Apple Sam he came away from the rail and twice bumped against the latter before he could pess. In spite of all this he kept trying unUl the last yard. Should he outgrow this peculiar habit I think he will make a useful horse. The lillics iii disappointing. In fact, all the other two-year-olds were nothing more than a poor bunch. Driftwood displayed some finishing speed m the two races when she ran second, but once she caught up with Super Jet she could not puss him. She held on well in the first race however and was only beaten by a short head. On the whole she looks very mediocre. While on the subject of two-year-olds it is of interest to note that most of them are by Jetsam. Since my remarks on Apple Sam's performance In the Trumpeter Cup and a word of praise for his sire Jetsam, which was so meagre as to amount to nothing at all. I have been told that 1 am already writing up Jetsam as the best sire In the West Indies. Of course, what was written and what people who read it thought, could be as different as this world and the next. But since they would like to know my opinion they shall ha\. I believe by siring Apple Sam that Jetsam has proved that if he gels the right type of mare he can produce Creoles of a good standard. I feel the same way about Colrose. the sire of Colombus. Future results may, of course, cause me to change my opinion. But since neither Jetsam nor Colrose will have the scope which outer stallions will surely gel lo prove themselves, it is problematical whether we shall ever know their true value as sires. What is very obvious, however, is the fact that Jetsam and Colrose have made a promising start, which is more than can be said for a horse like the Brown Bomber, who wiis receiving publicity out of all proportion to his importance as a sire iWore It was known whether the mares that were sent to him had actually conccivcii That is advance publicity with the lid off. The racing in other creoIe classes at the November meeting was both interesting and of a good standard. Colombus, of course, dominated both D and F class and I have already dealt with him. But Chutney and Cardinal both ran well throughout the meeting while old Cross Bow was in fine fettle on the lirst day. but for some inexplicable reason dwelt at the gates on the last day. Of these three Cardinal was easily the most outstanding. A well built son of O.T.C. he has developed along the lines of Gunsite, Sundial and the rest of the particularly powerful looking horses by this sire. He showed a little reluctance on th. fust day when starting but I noticed that the more he was raced the less trouble he gave. I am not going to suggest that he should be made a favourite for the Trinidad Derby, but I do think that if he runs in this race he will make the pace something more than a mediocre F class crawl. A'few months ago this was exactly what It promised to be with Bright Light in the position of a C class horse ambling along as she liked. Now with Colombus a definite danger and Cardinal capable of making it a race the prospects are much brighter. Chutney I do not believe ean stay as well as Cardinal and maybe it's Just as well he is not in the Derby. But he won the first F class race over 5 furlongs In the manner of a good horse ond perhaps he was unfortunate that In the second one over this distance there was a false start which he got the worst of. He was not pulled up until he had run nearly three furlo'igs and this must have taken a bit out of him. His stable mate Cardinal won this race and Chutney was second in receipt of 7 lbs. It was obvious that with this allowance in weight he should have won hut after the false start Cardinal beat him with superior gtsinfa I was sorry to see little First Admiral and Seedling both far from their best. Had they both been fit the racing would have been of a higher standard. First Admiral in U*S garHsT part of the year was (leilnitely one of our better sprinters among the three-year-olds and on occasion was quite good over 74 furlongs. But alas the signs of non-sweating which were there from the time he was two years have proven to be an all loo exact Indication of his present form. Seedling on the other hand looked well. The hard going, however, was probably his undoing. He looked very crabby on several oceaslona at exercise. The half-breds 111 (1 class had three races and Twinkle won two. She was certainly a differently shaped horse when I saw her last In March. She looked then more like the traditional powerful cart horse type of half-bred which is produced in this island. At this meeting she looked considerably lighter, her muscles were harder and she had more the appearance of the thorough bred. She Is a grand little filly and I hope we see her racing for many more seasons. En Prix, who won the other race and Wonderful who ran two good thirds were the next best 1 was quite amazed when En Prix won the 74 furlong race as I did not think of him as a stayer of any kind. The lough lookinc. Blue Gross from Grenada did not do as well %  s we have seen him In the past and I think his racing days must now be numbered. He Is a boras I have followed around in "White Hats'' losing money on regularly, otuy *.o see him win every lime I get disgusted and decide to ignore him. I got my own back this time, however. ATTENTION! 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"1VII" VOVl MBF.R 23. 1958 MJNKAY ADVOC'ATF P.\C;F. HV1 Director Explains Secondary Education Assistant Teachers* Union Hold 1st Annual Meeting JIB DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION. Major C. Glindon Reed was gum speaker at the Oral Annual General Meet: UM Assistant Teachi-rs 1 Untan nek) al Waday Hall Glrla' School yesterday. hi his opening remarks the Director said that the De: Education was glad to be informed of the I the Union, and on behalf of the Department he wished it success. He then went on to speak on the question of Modern Secondary Education. Before the Director made hi* portunt perhaps ut the *econdar> address, the President or the stag.d edueuiion than It is al Union Mr. F G Downea outlined the prim ,ry stag*, because It ia H\p aim. and objects of the Union during, the secondary stage that He said It was not %  "reaction-1 n ihi.dren begin body but one which a/as working to show themselves. in the interest of the Assistant "An important point about all Teachers. It was also Lhi lar> cdurallon is tlon of Ota Union HI establish ; that, whatever the media used. It I I Fund for the benefit of is always education. It Is never teachers and their families vocational training. It Is true that After Uie address by the Dir.ftoi every chool subject, whether it a vote of thanks was moved by be Latin, Book-keeping or CarMr. ciy.i,. Boachford and neonsjp" %  '. ••—*•• •d b9 Mi A i Hut it t > not tnr -*>I'J function The meeting was ndjourned until %  • I'i'-'uep ittwyers, l-ook-keener:next Satur.lu arhon than will be or carpenter* Vocational trameatction of Officers for the enIng comes later at the free choice suing • ,f th<* v.iuth who has left school, -aid:— Varied Course* "It was very kind of you to In"If I am right and we need to speak at this General ,,iiet> of courses in a co-ordinated Meeting of the A*iatat TeachciV syatem of secondary education in Union, which I understand is only Il.t.bados, how are we to achieve about six months' old. We at the |t •TO very interested "Here I think V*g can learn .-ihoul Its formation and something from the way the wish the Union i-vei | |weeai In United Kingdom tackled t h r the future. |am nearly ten years ago. It "I should like. If I may. to snv is true that what suits the United D few words trainv about SecondKingdom wffl not necessarily suit r nl when l use the Rarbvidos. Nevertheless as we all words "Secondary Education" 1 now live in a world where an want everyone to be ouite sure academic education ia not the onh I refer 1 %  ading to well-paid mthe educatlnn of children f>f eleven ,.; ,| .i ,. well to gC" venrs of a|* anq over Partial I h • other people In other eountit would le hotter if I used '• % %  • rnlfetfng the-ittuation words: "Education at the Secondf ->s decided that •ut." •eneeli providing •ducataan •an and Secondary Stage ovor thouM be component Partaof "Wiaial Botoniii within Stage is going on a' prcent in lhi ..lueation ehooai In the GovernwW t" be of three main types ment Aided Secondary Schools, in Grammar, Technical and M<*tern the Banaor Departments of the Tineducation described as Elementarv Schools, in the new r.r.imm.nla the academic type of Leonards' Schools for lV>v educatton which our Aided SecS.-hoots have been gletng ..i for many years. Technical edumore are being educated there i; ition has a high mathematical -.'•^it and though it %  in some workshop estperienee It Is not Vocational Training. The secondary eduention known as "Modern" is a good ggageal adooaUon cloaaly related to the environment and interests of the children who in net tuded ha %  "ili'niii or technical nurse*, if they wished to do so LDLCiTION \OTES: when they left school. "The new Christ Church Foundation School could give Commercial Courses and courses in Design io Applied Art (Pot.ery. Furniture). This I thtnk is enough to show that academic courses and a* hn %  al courses of different kinds vould be organised in the Aided Secondary Schools What about Modern' Secondary education? The Senior Schools In the Policy for Education" written by Mr iiayJen it was recommended Uiat 38 schools for Seniors should be established. I think that this reconimeiidaUoa might be amended According to the figures in my department. 1 believe 17 large Senior Schools would suffice. Thay would be n.ora economical and more useful than 38 smaller ones. In any case we must have at least one large one m each parish. "In these a m tornools—like the tw %  • schools at Richmond Gap —and In the Senior Departments of Elementary Schools will be provided -the "Modern" secondary education which completes the picture of a co-ordinated secondary system for all children of 11 and over in Barbados. "Let us summarise. If our suggestions were followed we shruld have in the aided secondary nchools:— (a) 15 Academic Course* (b) 4 Commercial Courses (c) I Engineering Sclei Course (d) l Building Science Course "hen n was sought to reduce most serious aspect of an edui uhlic expenditure the first recatlonal decline which •* bound liuction made was that of the vote to affect not only Barbados bu: of biscuits to the children in the the whole Weal Indies. If I do Elementary Schools. These biinot comment on Codnngton Colcults I think cost the Government lege to-day It is not because of about one thousand pounds and any fear or faltering on my part the total revenue was a little but because things' equally imover the half million mark (cal[ lortan: but of more immadlaw ,-ulated In sterling) nterest have reached me during Already there Is much disconthe last few dayi. I< -.: on the part of these Oov1 refer to a meeting of the errwig Bodies who are beginning Chairmen of the Governing t,. feel that they are being asked Bodies of the Secondary School-, t, maire the proverbial bricks summoned by the Financial Seev ithout a'raw and to ask them retary during the week. It •souk' 11 reduce the amount of money appear that the burden of the ,e-it on education la to ask the argument was that lor E e sum, hool* to reduce the number of w !" 'J* i !2 *P !" %  '" r*weTini pupils now accommodated in *£" mma snouM be nMuced. them. I have In mind some re* I have no quarrel with an> Gov. lC that the number of pupUs emment olTlcer who chooses to beIn the Lodge School should ba **"" lieve that he is there to prevent reduced some time ago. What Is' iv BY JOE & ROBERT M %  luat uound Hi* curnvr B*lwv. it bv. or axt PW un ih r da*n o( carttimx *•"""_ *"> aaaa w Veu ••• them >ruMm| tbuad atraet Wl PI fn.m Stotr Io lir Ana i. thai) „,, t,i( tfa tneigq P^ H yew fl warn ot.*o>;fciisg, e %  •nerally 'u" down %  gUu or two a day ef Bwckfait Tor., wins .Hi astkkff restore last •nargy and (one op Bfel who> 'tr*ott lyikSM. Ci'ing new t uM/ it (a'lifir. JCJ igiinei lever %  Ad einauilljA and rememaar. ButUan Teaat Wma u esawnrip vaMatie after Him IN THE WEST INDIES MEN WEAR the expenditure of Government really needed is more Lodge i funds even in a legitimate cause. School and more of thai tvpe If This has become part of the creed that School was larger than II of many government officials win now N this island could aecomwhen asked to submit requisitions modale Itself to a few million for their departments give Drat ,| .)|ars sorely needed bV accomconsideratlon to coaU and then niodatlng hundreds of pupils from to equipment. If equipment Is Wne/ueTn Instead of doing aumeiu-eded for any department of the thing to enlarge Lodge School Government service it is up to ,,,,. .uggestlon Is that the amoun' the officer called upon to submit „ f mnnPV ,„.,„ should be rea list of what is necessary and ,i,ioed leave it to the Governor-InFxecutive Committee to state the it appears to me that this Is priorities and to find the money. \„ become Government Polity in It is true that this island spends future. If there Is any inference 20'1 of it> total revenue on edut.. be drawn from the treatment ration U li also true that Ihls is of the new Parry-Coleridge the highest percentage in the School It [| that not much more Colonial Fmpire hut it is money money is to he spent on edui-aearned In Barbados and collected imn even If new schools are to by the Government for services be built. It might be that this too Schools giving | io the people who help to work explainwhy Foundation has not general secondary for it. It Is true that many of US ye! got the new school which hi m*t *>rit • .. .hop. ood III ni MI (he Mockm* ssaa and Girls and in Private Schools. Wherever children of II years oi I beitiK you will find education at th< secondary stage '•Unfortunately we have had in the past in Barbados little vnrietin our secondary education The Alde-l Secondary Schools have p ree ld ed an aendemtc Img of secondary education which led in every case to examinations set by Universities. The Private Schools have followed the lead of the Aidcou f, . ,„ uUt ed Sccondarv Schools. The "Now it l| possible lo provide Elementary Schools have given these Ihree kinds of education in &*nlor Iupils an elementary eduBarbados, if we wish to. Let ua i ned on what WHS regardsea how it could be done. ed 8 sufficient for the non-pro"Harrison College. Lodge School reatJon I etaaaai in 19th CenVn and Queen's College could continue England. to he Grammar S cho ols and jfea i i eonalaer ttw academic course* to then pupils, whole field of icconaai y "lucatlon | n n^jiition some aeademn coufrSas IM one eniltv: and baeauao enfl Unue Io be given nt all reo ,.re IndjvM A.rtexl Secondaiy S.hools But the latter oould also give (clinical courses of varlou' (ominereiiil Course "Combormcre School, ample, abeady has stafh Commerclnl Cour I lachnlcaJ edta itlon I and other .ourses in the eni-inceting and building aelencf also be introduced. "At the new Coleridge and Tarry School we hope to introduce soon a Science Course with an A£.ecultural bias. Such a course might wtU be Included In the eurrfculum of the Alleyne School al" when it is enlarged. "At St. Michael's Girls School one might consider general science courses Including physiology ano blolocy so that the girls who followed them might have a M "-' back-ground for being b education with many and varied are now complaining that we ar Crowe envisaged at a coat of practical courses. Al) thi> would not getting adequate returns for $175,000. Parry-Coleridge has form one co-ordinated s ys t e m "f the money spent but to induce been built and baa been funcMfcondary education. people to reduce the amount Is tinning and much standard preposterous. Education %  %  n qulpment in sUII ngedod. 1 "I believe Barbado*. needsuch aoclal service the value of which make no reference to the addlg syatem, and the picture I ha v.cannot be measured In terms of u un al and peculiar catering to drawn for you is In fact reflected *• . It is this constant unagricultural science. necessary interference with eduAll this conttrms ms in the ration that I resent Why should v i,.w that there Is something there not be a reduction of the radically wrong with the eduraphenomenal amounts allocated as %  increases to the vnrioii" heads it department* recentlj instead their ind ividuality Is Importanl make sure that them IS ti varictv nf courses tn sull. as far hs possible, the var>'ini: hechildren. Thi* %  """" '" Asaize Diary MONDAY. NOV. 34. Bag. vRlllot Hlllman Keg. n. Wllbert Waitha TUESDAY Seg vs. Atbelatone Oreene Reg v. James Taylor WEDNESDAY ftg. v.. William AusUn Reg. vs. Colvln Brathwalte THURSDAY Reg. rs Adolphos Orifflth FHIDAY Rg. vFrank M*—uh Rag. n. Frank Walthe the programme of development for secondary education which has resulted from discussions with the Board of Education, the Advisory Committee of Headmasters nnd Headmistresses in & Schools and the Inspector of the Department. A Committee consisting of Departmental Officers and representatives of thr Barbados Klementaiy Teachers' Association hay* been considering part of it in connection with the Flvc-YearRan, it is u flexible programme and some changes nwy he necessary as it develops. Some sections of It have already been achieved but more remains to be done. Tcnchert have an Important part to pla) tint by expbtining to parent HUH other Interested people how the %  • %  mponont parts of this broad system of secondary education fit together and secondly oy preparing themselves for the work ie be done In the Senior Schools of the future." WEATHER REPORT YBaTERDAY Rainfall from Codrlagton: all Total rainfall for month to date 2.30 Ins. Temperature: 7S.S F Wind Velocity: 4 milea par hour Barometer. (9 am.) at.tOI (11 a.m.) SOJjgS TO-DAY annrls.: g,0S a to %  asset; 11.52 p.m. Moon: New. WovassDar IT UgBUOg: 6.00 p.m. High Tide. 9.03 a.m. 8.40 pm Low Tldar 2.93 a.ss.. 2.42 pja CROSSWORD ' i0 II y l> I !' %  '• ff J t* M l Varieo to make im n-nu me iW No Tvniuie mrlud— one. 141 10 litcia wois ui ii-sat wotlde Mitwuitnmriii ill 11 PTOIMBIOII oi4 part diswlfis I'll [nolgSSl* I5i IB noea 11 comb aaa* mm lh' -t,e*D .schools lb the :ame which existed about 1894 %  rid there Is no reason why .jiils should not be asked to • nntrlbutc more towards their ..'.MI education. I-et It be clearly understood that the feea. now 1 .aid constitutf roughly one third • f what It actually coats to edu* • ale a child; but rather than dose the door against any of then 1 let these fees be increased Why this avidity to shut out 1 hlldren from getting education" It Is a most unsatisfactory attlLitde and esperiully for a plaeUkf iiitrhado'i where good manners arc going by the board as the hall mark of the subservient. J.E.B. rktar havr h>raud lli all dnrxr I'MHid now RnbeM listen Wi>u no loilufM" Hn hu.band will wen .11.1nsa BM m 1 i>ii %  sscaoi To tmve her pMKm ain her sreal. snf-l S'and a%M Tn nnd in! ho i .hr Now ,1 us a bla aaddltia Tha 1 ruard n tli rba> tlill Vnd bora Ihe mnm|i S I. -whn aoins raef ihr )n To* a. m Hunt ih saod Irlend' Wlm I.11 lh.DaentM rama You'll hear tham lha nnl moini.i. All anaalelna " • That l| lalk nf OiliiB' that haoorn nalota |he -^ia.r, da) Aad tons aflar thr waSdlna 100 aalg I Of ahoppln* -a I bw* m And II The* luve An* dim BMiariaU So loval> -ad to 0r*'.i You can ga "pompararti n Tha r.Dihitio., nlgM And ha rifhi Iniha "• sara Do set UUs in your farad Vou ran bif> "p (loan a Ira '.ip To a leelr tlr.amlH.ad ba>d •ponsored by JAR BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of JAR RUM 1tlOYa\SHf 1 §1? linen, the $Mi man $ j v fabric 1 an' si\le and v* idea! 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Por aonie-iiir *hof affection you value, a Parker '31* would make a moat rliaeerning preaenl. r*r>t your own uae. no omiirtarablrwrltlng inatmment luv> ere* lieen made. nt tr Parker 51 WerWi mow venfad pea '.l\£N ANO USSD BY I AM Oil* MOPi i V'-ars ahead of any other . tag Aaao-ataTBic iwg HTBTKH Aa eaSSatr aaw awilod -a* draasaa aa>. t'*ias aad nSaaaii< lak. UM nato," A-r^oMUlc IU -•?* al Uw fwfc.i '*|' aoauraa ISM buWi a rlUus attd Masks ar-alaaraai" a now oovaajtoa and aaatty ofAer i i erertT n./aotwra vs<}.?,Vsotu> t S5lrlO \< IHt' PTU: ROLLED GOLD CAP: M4.M: LUSTRALOY CAP: ll.77. Dtttributort fnr Birbodoi A. t BBTSBK a SONS HABIADOt) LTD PO Box 403, Bridgetown. AH! NOW THIS tbomands of motsrlsls h ysars, anal ttMusands of m for ibelr cats. Esso Extra Motor (HI dulail containing a apsclal Inhlhil prevention, and an entirely new detergent which lieeps vwr engine clean and In perfect Itgnalag cmiilition. 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ESTABl.iSHED 1895
BARBADOS. NGVEAV'
PRICE : SIX
U.S. And Britain Differ Over Korea
Americans Reject
Indian Peace Plan
UNITED NATIONS. NEW YORK, Nov. 22.
The United States broke with Britain on Saturday
night in guarantees necessary for ending the Korean dead-
lock in exchanging of war prisoners.
United States Ambassador Ernest Gross informed the
British Foreign Secretary Anthonv Eden that the United
States could not accept India's plan for ending the Korean
war unless "concrete amendments" were added to guarantee
the principle, of non-forcible icpatriation and non-forcible
retention of war prisoners.
Than an t ----------j-j-
From Alt Quarter*:
Swindler Robs
Government
While In Jail
IM2 IIO.WIKVr Sfctll l
Groaa was more
with Bden and British Minimi.
a* State Selwyn Lloyd but round
It Impossible to reach un agree-
ment with thorn, an American
vpokeiman announced
The spokesman said lh< United
States would present it* demands
>n Sunday to an "urgent and spe-
cial" meeting: of twenty otner
nations sponsoring the America*)
resolution which calls for armis-
tice guarantees against fon-ihJe
Titrlatlon.
p said the United States feels
there is need for "solidarity" with
Britain on the Korean problem
but "cannot go along with Brit-
ain's iibiupl abandonment of the
tsrenly-one Power resolution" In
favour of the plan offered hy
tkdss i V K. Krishna Menon.
The American spokesman said
the United States also disagree
on the "degree and magnitude" of
changes needed in the Indian pro-
posal to uphold the printipl
non-forcible repatriation and
fercible retention of war pr
m ttasne: A Sicilian windier
uisfppc lnghitans a awscaed-
ed in swindling, U> <"."vrrmeii'
While sitting in jail -e >
drawing the dole for the last us
month1!.
Jtrusalesn: There are II.SOU
-rimlnal cases pending in Israel
cw u its because there are not
though judges to deal with ih<
men aag in lawlessness in the
: untry. Five hundred of the
date back to 1950.
I or I Capetown: The new captain In
on- clause of the Royal Navy Dock-
ion- vard at Simonstown. Captain G
ea. T. Lambert, who immi with ln-
ne said Britain la "tied rr.ire wife this week bv sen if assume
cloflv to India", resolution and duty, confessed that in 31 vrars
fee:* thai a slight, if any changes earvuM with the Kavy he had
Is needed" He said in view oi
Britain's attitude, the United
States will go .ahead with effort*
to obtain backing for Its original
noposal thai the Communist., and
the war with an agreement guar-
anteeing the right of voluntary
repatriationI' P
mfcis, i think *
i ',k an '!.- hriarti
nJ |m( try to lo't'l
I i>eNftewrf*j ..
newi before crossed the EquJtoi
Teh "an: Nearly all Teheran
cinerrai closed their doors to the
public one evening recently and
went on strike following a Gov-
ernment demand for an increase
in ticket prices.
Buna: Too many East German
workers (who have to put in sev-
eral "voluntary" Stalin shifts
every week) are shirkers pfQtOnd-
ing lo be ill when they are quite
It. Herr Paul Peschke. Red in-
surance boss, writes this week In
the East Berlin official Communist
paper. He threatens the workers
with "energetic measures" to com-
bat this idleness..
New York: You sit in 0*1 liv.ru-
room to drive the new "home
cruiser", a t2,7Q0 caravan built to
look like a house. It has its own
elsctric, water and plumbing aVa-
lam, and sleeps four.
Jerassleasu Students of tin-
Hewbrew University began the!
new academic year this week, but
none of them turned up- for the
opening. They are on strike
against increased tuition feet.
-I.B.I
S/M/V MA\ SIG\
hHlr:\DSHIP TUEATi
TEH EH AN, Nov. 22.
A treaty of friendship between
Spain and Iran was signed here to-
day by Foreign Minister Hossein
Fatemi and the Spanish Minister.
VIRGINIA MABY. IP month void daughter of Mr.
Church, wsi crowned B Club yesterday.
Mrs. Joka Jlanulton Banuatyna. CtuUt
Cow a Oatsnsliy Competition at the Aquatic
office set irp Virginia 11 ami I Ion
Barbados' Bonniesi
Baby For 1952
FOR W.L TRADE
COMMISSIONER
BOMBERS NOT
GOING TO B.C.
GIWRGETOWN, BxT'nov*"^.
Air Vice-Marshall Boyle in-
formed t h e British Guiana
OfHsajnot lodaf that mrlng to
technical difficulties which would
interfere with his arranged fttlhi
|in*riimnn- it will not be poaslbd
for the RAF Canberra bomber, >,
land mid stay overnight in Brltbn
Guiana. The bombers now on ,,
goodwill visit to Latin America
and the Caribbean will however,
fly over Georgetown at low level
next week.
Japs Asked To Return
Soldier to Army Custody
tw ,- e, TOKYO. Nov. 22.
The Australian Embassy here today asked the Japan-
ese to return to military custody the Australian Boldtei
ai rested with a British soldier on an allegation of robbing a
taxi driver of 2. 10 at a hotel.
A British Em bag y ape .
said a similai request would M
made to the Japanese Ptaeahrn
Office later tonight for assistance
The stflkv of the 1 .nie Ctir-
imasioner in in* UnHe-t rtttui-
dorn for the Brlftsh Wr
Brsn Cuiana tind Brit
dura* has been ael up In Load*
under the British
Trade C'omnuksiotier Set
the Regional Bcononk Conunlt-
tee. Mr. D. J 1 i
* I ant Trade
Commissioner oil 1st Jul
and has Iwen engaged in <-

pomtmenl to the post of Trade
Commllot led. The
m indla Committee has B i
erauaq ac- ot"
-ominodation In, the tSsastaltn' ,,(
1 *he thi
"ofiimil'.- in Norfolk m

inn Concluded tor Se|>-
LMte oftlces.
VIHCINIA MARY. im-mevflths-<.lr! datlKhlei of Mi
and Mrs. .John Hamilton of But natyne Chnst Church, was
! iv crowned Marbudos' fkinnicst Babv Of 1964 at the
final judging of the Cow & Gate show whir'
UBtic Club.
Rfctnrwr-up warn Clprivtopher Attbrty WLHIam
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Wilhinm of rsirj Hill. Si O
Third pli.ii' went ro Margaret Ena Cole, daughter of Mi-
ami Mrs Ltfllie Cole of Nelson Street, I
ion of the juri!------------
Mrs. O'Mahoney
r.r
Missing Officer
i' hai been imcituted
presi the imereat of pur.

^frs In Mfcdom.
functions mi hide
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
H is Mir eonUnsaaa alsn
lo brims ren an Improved
paper, n-.t R i, our asn-
eere resrel that ewtnr to
increased eoala. Ineludii i
the prlee of newsprint, we
are ferred to raise the price
of the Dall* and ttunda>
Advocates from Deeember
Ui. IffSX. In ordrr lo carry
ont this p illr.
Thla brim- thr p'ke of
thp Advocate' more In line
with other newspapers in
nelshbourlnf roJonlri.
althaofh It will be still be-
low tame of Ihes*.
Aflrr the new prices
earn* Into force we hope to
Increase the number of
pscrt In Uie Dally Advo.
cato > Iwo. twice or three
tlmea per neck, and so
Slyc the pabilr an impnned
PMr.
The new prices, effective
December 1st. 1952 will be
as rollows:
Hi BABBADOH ADVO-
CATE (Tarsaa* to Sal-
arsUti
rrtce per cop* Be.
THK Kt'NDAV APVO-
CATB
ADVOaTE
Company Limited
handing over the Rt ,
<*) Establifhliig and mnlntaining
contacts witf. D
j;irtinents c,( MM.G mi the
Unitexl KinKd.i-n and with or-
i It i nl i
duab >i
lhapurp | itinp w\t
Indian trad* with tha Untied
Kim. ion Ine) idl i tn>
lnHiistr>
.Migavaii-
K
port* rs, proci
organisation*.. atHJl
up to
fo|.
Um.....mmotfltii '.
Ing or required bus4l i
'
ping, ta D thai data
Item and
scope of their trade.
Authoritative sources said here!
today Japan had rejected me'
United Nations requssi foi , nft*i(ol llopresennitt pat
inai jurisdiction over Non-Ann-.-,-' Ooverni
can Untied Natloni imop- m ( disci**'"
Japan. sthan ae re-
. 1 quireil
Japanese poti.-e sii the ito i'
.ind Aiistrnltan now In
were arrested in a note! ___
hlih peed ease by Hie tn
and .1 p-ihreman. Bi.h had po*
Aised to tall; until an Austrnlim
repraeanteB
nlding the w\
be detaineH while ti
Xlons went on.
If i'. wax then
them tbey would 1* h in
' HM Prorerj',r'-
thlrd min also said to be Involved
wi deuim-d b nnltre.
Tokyo'i Public PToiecutor Tosa
Sato declared thai Japan had
Jurisdiction over the two aoldlers
held bv Japanese polite If
general or |
i
the West Ind

Tlie cm (live < Of t*
Ti i rr Sa
fuim r vi" I. .- ( oi' n i !
*or l)-\- , .
behalf of part

on a propOStionaU Irasls pre-
scril*d in 'he Insl (I
tabhshment f.f the
Econonur Comn It
dedderi to t-harae them he ^Id' [T*"1* h!ve a*rc''l to operate th
i Australian aajtai
(over the third man.V.r
years becinning lit" Jtilv 1352
after whash it wf'l I
.....
o the ('..
_^ ! me inn
Housecraft Centre ,,
"tTiir Finds Nov.21 ''
hoped, pi
The oresent term at the Ho.we- "*
,j -,._.__ .w teresis tn th' I
-** !y0'i!L" ln txtm"i\ Uirt.uj-
craft Centre
week commencing
ber 1952. when the
invited to
to 8.00 p.m.
Kingdom at any time.
visiting tl
P 'i \l.ili< ay, Direct.'
I rtbuii
V'lrgiiun
v to who i- ented the
Gate Cl libra Bowl
A (ill
not
wsi also
l which was, svhsdulctl I
elayspl or-
i rain which fell dur-
ln| Ibc I -r evented I
rhiisen
f r the tlr.al ju.'ig ng fr..:- .it'.-ml-I
ing. 'I he two who md not
MMd were Keith WlnsUm
HI ii ion p| Mi ,ii tt Mra. C
M irrtl Of fulh-ten Itoad. St.
M bael, and Hargaret Rlisabctb.
of Mr. ami Mis. Gll-
Iei1 Bynoc Of Hi Gup.
I

.. hoppifl fjv*rnlng
I B l^-'ln
ror I
! ti- prevto
..( the Cow a Cite
ataraen iimh and
' i.' in. Il
The babtea taking pan In UM
*iow wen i one by '
i .-it tne ludfjes, and four
arerej
' ACCO*0IN0toa II
Thev v. :i if'
Mr. and llrs, leali "f Huntes
unnglon Villani |la>-
i net foh 4 Mr. and
Mrs l-eslie Cole of Nelson
i William*., son
Of Mi and Mi CoUB Willian -
of Airj. Hill. St Oeorge and
f> mi page 11
U.N. Planes Bomb
Red Supply Lines
TOKYU. N
I'nit.'-l Nation*. pUnes nunti- OVBf 1,100
\. rth Roree yi iteBilty, r ..
BsbspTB Jets shot down one Mill 10 (hi
Allied i^hters took part in even trsfM i
Pl Ihinii-i

U.N.E.S.CAJ.
DIRECTOR
RESIGNS
\ <
Ulret-litr
General <.t the United Nations
Educational ScienUAt and Cultural
maaniaatlon today resigned .
uta m Ma pro-
UN X SCO
hich voted tin cut
' I I v .1 ft . -
'
ol :in < ircn'Kssllon*
BMcuu^ p Board told um oasstat*
n~a ihi too * resignliiK
rtwMi Vhuiisi i% itibnikar. leader
he VuKoalav dflei:..!,.
. rnsUon fuim the
KCCUUve b-Mid in protest agflinsi
. i N t; s i 11
'* aald r tied had
. lourage" to debate the quee-
""i .f Spain's iidmission.
*i budget (or thi
tin \ last nigh.
i hieh wm annu'
.... Bod
fm conunuauon of
i NjEJsXAfa *ork at its present
.. lupnient
da compromise be-
"iBimy by
' i B.I ' led Mntaln and
' Bt - and the Mi.ni-
iBporl in- reassed upend
nif SeiKir Torres liodet Is u
Mexi.on ami was dlre.tor o<
l.'.N F: S < l >mce .1 .,
1W ___________________ If.
Warning
For Stalin
HKItLIN. Nov. S3
< Ituj llil.eliuN. din.,,
' "I'presaion in East Ger-
many is endangering flennsn-
S-.M.-t ielation*.
In a lett.i -.nt t., Slulln last
releaaed by the Church
I elkH lotd Matte, that
in Cosratssunsela arrest
i.| p/Hhouf warrants, hold
.' -ait due priK-eas of law.
< 1|| and Impose
mi vmith.
bop Ol Merlin and
Qennao psvvlaos, -ol
l ii amatnburg, and Chairman of the >
i| of iTirrtnan EviHigelical
i., .. ., i...
lasting peace can In* full.lied
a live in n state of goi-d
ii>ih ,md fiiiit/ul
lion with the nii.it and
bing
imws an
*.- i
I a supvi.
There .> i
Matn
Korean batllefront vontmuetl ye*-
terday to t* in a'm
United NaUons Meadguar:crs sal.'
today A Commiinial fomjian.
hich at It id*
fougm foi IhrtM BSHl
I Tutted Nation, defend,
.i eofnmunlQue said
Early todaj lighting
toing uti aroUna Hik> i'"iir
a he re two
to lake an oull]
Aiiu"! troop i erda*


111 the U.
w in i iniimun
...
* fomniutu't unit of uukno-A
on i, ipturned ta its owr
1 i i BctM aetlv
Ity waa conflnsid to two iirobin *
.
munique nld
I f
Mr.Slollmeyer
To Lead W.I.
Crickel Team
In an ofActel release hy the
-
m .,i |i .i. innoon ed at
i-ildmrhi lad night that Mr
JeflnQ ii stnii, ever hi
nvfted t' ceptstn the west Indsse
i rlekel team maiisi t ourlBi
I Indies
I
U.K. Timber
Mission InB.ii.
;Eoit<;rrowN. nc. s 21
in- Hire.- in.mi timbi mission
fiom the United King
pointed iiy the colonial -"'c el
he natattea of the it v. 1 oov-
etnmenta arrived al <1 rgatown
evening. The Mission.
granl undiT the
t'.D.W. art will Invasti ,
<.%sitihtis of Mrees'na wrv
. 1 1 |p,j
Brtltsh
.. ,
n uie bw 1 and UK .. i..v .
ng B G thi Miasaor, ,mI1 call u<
ataaksn

'i good 1
:i 1 "! b) the presen
li.tiidlinj; .1 lUStlce in the Germai
Ul Kepuhllc."
-HP
! Pripinf* Wdaomm*
IncliuV Siifj;p-Hlion
NEW OEI.HI. pjgaj 22
Kadio New Delhi carried a
Baluiday evi nin nWI jgrncy
-vlng that a I'elpm,
Kadio broadcast welcom 1 thf
suggestion or neutral supeivision
"' Korean 1 rlaonen mad
proposal. Kadio I'ciping report-
dly adde.1 bewevei 11..d the ab-
enea ! Chinese and North
Korean participation in the dla-',
-ussion of the Ind!
|. I :>. \ .-,. ,,
the propoaal
('tttmni'niatu
Turned Itown
HEK1.1N. km n
W # a 1 Gorman Pirhamen'
Speaker. Hermann Ehlers on
Saturdaj isjected Communln
unity appeals made bv the East
German delegation m Bonn on
grounds that the Communiits
fjilod to back up then unity over-
tures with furl mil changes of th*
East tier-man regin.e Qilci. who
received the I
Unity delegaUon in September
laaplte npiHisiiini, ,11 Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer told ., West
iteilm Fraternity meeUng thnl
tnngent Communist measures in
'he past weeks to Bolshevize East
Germany showed that little cre-
dence could be placed in the Com-
GUIDES SAY FAREWELL
1 ropoaal al
Aould Invest
with in .<" > un' of
IF
si '.1 '"'; \
Grenada Ghl G
aid farewell to Lady Aruitdel
and made her presentations at
1 gala camp fin
House tround* irnleh
>.dtlii'i| li% the vlnting Appeal
' urt Judges who are guests of

Earlier in the afternoon Sit
, march past of G<
Milted the Qucei
.1 1 ecru
1/D1 Orenadit O
girl m the Wit n ii 10 g in
Statue Of Fatima
Goes To B.G.
-!.' of nan
it
I |j I :..
rr.vod here Novem er 14 fr-in
S'. I.uc'a on He fa
land. It will ;d*i vlt V<
md ov -
S^uth American repu' Ii
'-'-1 Canada next
ntnrnir F
pent Ihe umnier tn Alaska.
Fr Moore conducted three
aj
Pat
an<* one at the I .. |
Pock.
Army an-
nouncemttnt, l.t
braker of West Dccatui, Pa., haa
been missing in the Boviflt lone -f
German* since h^ - I
driving froni Berlin to 1
haven. RuafUr.* v < *ere a>'*ed
to eooprra'e Ui leereh foi the
officer hava t*
eourtesy petrohj (, 1 cruising
tha high/.iy. r;.,:- nteiloaslll
Sugar Council
Mvvl Monday
Mr. Kiwnhmver
Trit's To Complete
IIis Cabinet
raw yoiik N.v %i ;
1.....ser after J
t 1
ui 1 return today lot
p ol If of t.yi 1 '.....mi lets
before Bring 10 Keree
Ain.iiip.ui e 1 by hla wife Mr.j
.lly un-"
potleed uit'i w'.-hin-to 1 laet ninhtj
n mil mi with the Peel
I'o.nt class of HMk'i Just as un-
wei tooh
the overnight train beck to New
York. Thej p'annesl U> spend a
1 dm "H the
Cofoanhla I Blvoi Bj i unpua. Mr.
Kisenhowcr spent 11 busy week
urine e/hl b at Ursad up six top'
iffical. lo| the new adminlatm-
I n. Alt'tiiuK" the Koreitu trip
LneM it waa impcaalbl'!
Of Mr. Elsenhower tn detach
1 1 I orn taly from the
on taking
- 1 .t.-. .,
r.r
IJON'
The |i ten
Coianetl arUI ns at hen on Mon-
day to conflri'.
Scptembet-'it Bpeolal i
that a nrw intera la
ment is
la expect.-.! to lie 1
u -i .. data
Ap*il
3 Die (.'liniliin^ \ll. Everet
NKW DF.IMl, India. No*. 22 I f-.r th. [I
diapai.-h. foro it rra.hed I
said a Nepalese guide and two mountain
portera with the Swiss M-
ii had been k.
in an accident The guidi lauumn asst
">>rted to have died In a climb up -
"02-foot mountain 'he .aikthi-
1
ber 31st.
Two porters out of 241 working
the
killed bc-
that Swiss
Infoimjin

-ir.
Mr. CoiiyiuiHHkKiir!
W ill Kraigit
11 .
Bcrtrund
long O.BJI \ '
UaVsd gov-
1
the public service on March 31.
next and t" t>r.K*eod
leave (Torn January I
amttanotlg who has acted
M Admini*trator on .<, ,'
occisicns will have completed 4^.
I .' I V '
.ill have ettatned Baa
Bt the end of Apnl
NKW DIOCESE
VATICAN CITY
a nil Certgveata*
of the
Saturday announced the
Of two new Dioceses in
India. One will le the Dtorc.se of
Tanjore IF
RALEIGH INDUSTRIES
Aerial HaV "I /** /Otnw
plant hi \iiintham, /a|tii/
cycle plant
makes
Only Rjleigh resounc% etfl give
yoj tin QUAtfD
siBi-.tlitigad N-.IMI. arhiota

h nJ ..iv pi mid 10 uw n.
RALE
THE ALL-STbLL BICYCLE
H^rbjihi* I.-Jdini: li--parlmrnt
Store Sells Them
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1*13, Broad Street
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Thursday. December 11th or
Friday. December 12th for
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To atl Customers spending $10.00 Cash on any
one day until Doceml-er 34th. Com* on and
make a purchase of $10.00 or over and receive
a piece of Phoenix Ware free
Take Advantage nf this Chris I mas Offer
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Aquatic Club Cift Booth
Phone 4887
A Man
From
Delaware
When ll trip "( mm
Afln(l< C0.1H, no**
k, r> ... mm nrt
- foundation a lWi
for one n\ trw mmt unique set-
dOBI of thi' Country. The orig-
inal settlers were of good English.
ad Swedish stock, which
fact may be one reason 1-w UK-
enviable record Delaware has
plt of ii-
**?. Jose oh Franklin Dunleavy
h rleecendnn- ,,( thu .tork.
Among the early ..-ttier* of
Delaware was the DunleBvy
family. and because nf their
(tncare daalre to become an
niletr .1 part of the new countrr.
bey outers. I became fueda-
mesttaUf Ameri ; rd ideal* A* new Dunleavy
'a ml he* were established. Ihat-
"illren were reared to respert
and uphold the i>est and noblest
in the traditions and aims of thai
new Nation ts *? at-
I nx-pher* in which J frana:
'fHinlenvy was raised. It is BO*
unusual, therefore, that the bet-
,ter one knows htm. the more
conftdence the* have in htm.
both as a man and as one who
know* hi* business.
IVf/fMiffinriy .%WaW
COLONY CLUB
<
1 hr is fiim.s A Xi-- 1,,,.
Ota KNOUBH I IIKIST.M.tS IHNNPR
BBC 2.'.. ,.t 8 p.m.
0A1 \ DAN! i: ami III i kkt
NKW tUn KVF.
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Xmas Dim, r M.50. Km v...r Dance M.lm
As nmn ;n lm y,mii^ ,Hy appli-
. Ii'.h is j.(hiMihlr.
EV1 NOfG IIKKSS ONLY
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. UiLE Jftt. aad Marfarst Cola ID Mon thfl Judge* for the Uurd tUB. Hftrgaret waa
..rdafl Sot, p.... ......w 4 a-tP Bahy Show at tha A.,uauc Clnu yeateiday.
QcUiib Qcdlinq.
IU.1.1 Sfusnn
Tl- \V,,ln,..,h,:, \i,.hi BUFFET DANCES
will fnmnwtll Wed.. Jan. 7lh
BEACH CIRRY LINCHIONS EVERY
SUNDAY
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Application for visitor, season, or full
ii inirnrsliip vh.mld |. mldrcMl i the
Pamtarj COLONY CLUB, si. mmm,
Telephone No. 11107
The Annual Bazaar
Under the Patronage af MRS. TURNER
will be held at
THE DRILL HALL
from 3 to 7 p m.
On SATURDAY, "'ill NOVEMBER. 1952
In aid of
i Ml OLD LADIES' HOME
Would you like to do your Christmas shopping in
pleasant surroun WiHiLi v.u Mm i' taste noted Local dlaheif
Go to tin.1 Annual RWWl
Would you like t< giwj your children n Viappy
afternoon? Qo to the Annual Bazaar
J. T DUKLEAVl
.Moit frrmi Delfltrrire
AD.MISKION
(.iffl.DRrT?? & MIMS
I/-
Gd.
I
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I
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I
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KDl'CATION.
Early In his raraer young Dun-
i-'B'-y wenl to Phlbidelphui to
> gptrJBBstO. He spent sevarat
years in tha printing and ue'^s-
[iapcr n.-lds where hi? gained jo
intimate knowledge of the possi-
uiIIties of paper and printer's
i&k. So thorough were those
lessons learned that he was later
Invited to go to Boston to help
Mrivt* the production problems
then confronting tha Libr*
teuuresu. While serving in tnat
Qkaaett) Lat beeamO master of the
ait of printing as applied to all
kinds of p.iper. from the thinnest
ti- Lk| in heavy presa-board.
Poxessing isre mechanical sense
'.Mictivp imapination. he
nsKiinl and built uiiuus special
| machines for processing of paper
I by which unusual and even
'arruudng results were realized.
I Because of these accomplishmenis
hi-, ability was repeatedly sought
I by maiiufftcturers f simiLir
g, on patr 7
I
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I
I
I
FLOWERED LINEN
RAYON CREPR8 ............................
SHOTTED TAFFETA ........................
FLOWERED CREPES .....................
FLOWERED BKMBERGE SHEERS ...........
FLOWERED CREPES .................. 300.
HAND BAGS (in nil Colours) ...............
WHITE HAND BAGS (for all occajiong).....
Also
SHOES TO MATCH
Also
TOYS & SWEETS
HIS EXCKIJ.ENCY the Actum
Governor and Mrs, Turner
arcompanled by Capt. W. R. H
Armstrong, Private Secretarv. at-
tended the Poppy Dance at the
Marine Hotel last night
4/iVr Tiro Wv*k*
MH. T HAHOLD COOPER, re-
tired Vice-President of Cana-
dlan National Railway- ggalCana-
dian National Steamships, retuinr-d
to Canada last night by the R MS
Lasdu Rodney after spendlm; tv.u
weeks' holiday as a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel.
He was accompanied by Mr
Duncan C Grant also a retired
Vice-president of the Canadian
National Railway*. and Mrs
Grant
To Cukf Up Vest
A/'jiuiiilnn-itl
MR. AND MRS. L S. BlRKETT
who were in Barbados for a
short holiday after their long leave
in England, left on Friday b>
B.W.I.A. fo British Guiana.
Mr. Blrkett whu was fuiimil.
General Manager of Messrs. S
Dawson and Co.. Hot, will now be
taking charge of the Sugar Experi-
ment Station in Georgetown.
Thtrnka
TIE officers and member- nf
Ihc Eton Sports Club would
like to thank all those who in an | -
way contributed tow.-irds making
their annual dance on Nov. 8 the
gro.it success that it was.
7ft.- Third Vhitor"
>.\l'l INI. DOWDING and Idrir.
XT Mills make a welcome return
to the local stage In The Barbado.
Players' production of the thriller
"The Third Visitor" on December
11 and 12.
Newcomers to the local stage m
Viscount Dangan who has had
considerable stage experience, and
John Roach.
Dick Vldmer und George Chul-
lenor will be seen again after a
long absence, while William Ber-
; Ulan forsakes butlcring for crime
land vivacious Pam Chaytor com-
pletes s strong cast which will u
I directed by Viscountess Dangan.
Finl Vhil
: AMONG the passengers arriv-
al ing on Thursday ntottUfUJ
by T.C.A. from CbbbMbI RM
holiday were Mr. and Mi DOD
Thomas of Toronto. The. anv
paying their tii*t visit to the
island and will be remaining for
two weeks as guests at the Hotel
Royal.
Mr. Thomas is a passenger agent
nployed with T.C.A. in Toronto.
Thv CWwaM
rIE main .vent of Ihg Chi us,
which will ix-
Dec. th, by the Reekie
v.'ili bo 0m Bl| Pan**
best group, tha lcv.
most spectacular, the most at-
tractive and tha
Commander Daysh. who is in
charge of the pBOCtl
inf to dactda wMcfa of sev-
eral golfers has the best drum-
major proportl"!
da. Ailing those who-'
are being compared are William
Grannutn. Frank Ma
William Atkinson.
iUni^nituU.tioit
CELEBRATING her !
day with a gay p
night was MsM -'hylln, V '
..f Mr Si M
Fitrpatrick of 'Eurek.i
prise Road phviiis. who represen-
ted the island this vm:
polo, hopes to *
Scotland i "' ^'
phv-ic.'l biof-e.
bom laeturlnfj at Abtr-
leen t'nlversitv
/fosierv WnnuJarlunT
MR SEYMOUR TAYLOR
aophn ni Mi A Tay-
lor and hotsery nianufactunr
nf Philadelphia, USA., left for
Trinidad by B.W.I.A
after spending I work's holiday
as a guest at the Hotel Royal.
A Barbadian? Mr Taylor ken
:
vUtta u> the colony rtnoa than,
Uw Witt helna in Tebruary this
l I, '
which ha win
. Um ii.i-1
f 9mkh W Uk S <
MM DORIS HA i
I in I'nrbndrw left on
., her luanrnaralna,
. -i
Far lawn rfVlMhp
Mr. BVCRARD M( K
Ormom1 Ho
.
Ih i duruuj ihi-
. \ w
and left .'inng by
B.G. Airways tor Si. V
sand the Christmas holidays
with thei- ralathri
Id.'fi\ flirthttay
MANY happy returns to the
rang whose birthday it
Mh Dora Ibberscm.
I'D. and
W, Mr. R. A Vaughan. Judge.
I'. "v Debt Court. Mr.
A R V Newsam, Assistant
Mantei. I^kI^c School and Dr.
D. A Gale. Dr. Gale who Is 30
-iv b) the
1 rrow, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G G. Barrow of,
hael.
i C Hammond.
tor. Han
M
mond haa been head-
Ttnster "f Ilnrrlson College since
1919.
W*: "JJWoV" Ami "Groom"
TTHE pair of dolU (bride and
gro.mil raffled in aid of Local
i .-'ii won by Mrs.
r. A Hutchtnson. "Carlton",
Rock.
The sponsors of the raffle would
to deliver them to the
i-j_. if .h >.i.tl> ,i AL'ii. n'^iili" '
1
W '..IV
she
-
%fu*ic And Arh
/CONGRATULATIONS lo M/.
S.IH1 Corbin. I..R.S.M. who
| :.. l.ik.n time off from his
miles to take his Inter-
button He was one of
tha recent candidates who wag
i this degree.
t.In islam* Calendar
T^IX next big event on tha
X tor over the Christmas
season is the Annual Bazaar on
Saturday. Koran bar 2H Time was
when this baxanr was held In
I'ark. but for several
it has taken place in
Ii Dilll Hall. Garrison.
t J] gn centra-
Used m the main hall, while Ihe
grounds .i :ih.rt.il.le
i refresh-
\ outdoor tn
The well-known Barbadian dish
, its tlrsl appear-
, .:. on tiu- i<~i
irdnd us that Christmas
niT
T*l!i: \,.t.i,.,i rii isimas Party
for the Blind '-'Kes place on
S ii.....iv Decariibor 20 at p.m.
:it tiie School'* bBaduuartari,


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BUCK i: I S
Id". 12". 18" & 14" Heavy and Ughl I
At very Kensonalile Prices
Tha eh.....>' Blind itudcnta
rooductad kfc Harold Rock.
,1 st Johns Parish
Church assisted by some of the
leading artistes. wiU
mo "f Christinas
i he rUtt will be disltibuted
An*'. S.>iial
Welfare OfTlccr.
C4UI V
M GARDEN^ RT. JAMES
Ii ' i iiiinino* 's p*
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
YOuR SHOE STORE
rkooe: 422D
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KNGINES
Thai Work By Slcam
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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. IMS
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE THREE
V Dm ITiwii
Hollywood Hill-Biilies
I; 6. H.
Gardening Hints Farm And Garden
For Amateurs

FILM fare is ..-omewnM hunter this week-end. wh,mt ST**? S ft* *5fctf.23
inc himu* indigestible element* Uiat we've had recently. Society's yaarly Exhibition have
Abbott and Custello are back avain alunii the Dumas'pcren- already been fixed toi next mi
lual Musket ,.i leather- Tl" '
weighl farce and to top off, n fast-moving Wa***fi.
Once again, comedy comes tint
and I am lining I" >t, Mo
pin la ..
( A. St C.
*laptick comedy with ihe iood
old hill-billy title of COMIN'
Hit: MOl N'TAJN. at
myself laughing
<\.iiii. i i c. fllma.
H of the comedy ka supplied by
' IWo .i them with the result
iin.1 ii lauoured
t this nme. other
"wn romn contribution
least of which la Ida H
the result is highly amusing.
Statifng ftfuiBi
Lou Costelln dlacovari he is a di-
rect descendant of Squeeze Box
McCoy, of uV buwu
clan and with Bud Abbntl an i
Dorothy Bur, he iliari
hill* Kentucky to claim the fam-
ily's buried treasure. Opening with
Costello*. "'escape" routine in I
night club, when Ml !>
cecapably" entangled
lengths of chain, the pfcM
lie. with him and his friend* be-
coming mixed up in tin f.imily
feuds between the Winneld* and
the McCoysa daffy bunch
" Wonder what s hold-
ing up our house now
unofnvtal strive, go slow,
or lust normal working ?
try tafh and Handav. Warrh 1st
1053 This Exhibition, (which must
not be confused with the general
txhihition which is held nt
ii will
again in 1951 be held at the Dull
Ball in the garrison, nnd there
will be the usual display of eat
ewer*, ferns. Orrlilds as well a=
'"* tod frail.
At one time the Horticultural
exhibition was held at
Queen's 1'atk. but fur vanou-
rcasons the Committee d
Shange to the Drill Hall, where
was held early this year, and
'here. In spite of some ad<
By AGRICOKA
Mil KIMi THF COW
WI HASTEN to explain -hat the above heading, has
no connection whatever with the proverbial relationship
Ad tgx payera popular U
I ilk.nice is realistic and appropriate to
thig column. It is prompted by the fact that the Annual
Uon u round thu conn* and farmers and c
uUl be euiLsidt'iing thelf exhibits for the great eu '
In thig connection, we quote Clause II of the General Ru i i
n section 4 of
* I be milked ofTk i
| grn less than 8 lb Th<>
trill be judged on confoftnauon
|bt of milk. The date of
Iving must be registered
fith the Barbados Dairy and
:o.k Breeders' Association with-
i 10 day- of the birth of lb
BUNDING
HEADACHES
MADE HER HELPLLSS
POULTRY
NOTES
vai
aches will be interested id
The ^iet of aureeM In pouttr* oa" ^bO number up to the thud reading how. 1h, -
* J mil _____a. i__ _______ i .. 1 Annan ftatv
A BAD
COUGH?
DON'T WORRY
it will soon stop
if you take
VENO'S
COUGH MIXTURE
ai
keeping 15 retting the most you
can f. the birds you have. To '"
on "'
' ended ber trouble*
do this you must spend nm
'rKST* .. flfifVH SET?* oud (eea "* vou mu" ther-f. t
if cuts out the anxiety over rain. *vu, .
Another thing in its favour is it* | i
convenient position rikht on the l*VuI I ^" C"* ... VV9 yau hit
bus route ^ culhng chart whkh will help you ikl
TTfti rTorUcullural Satiats* - i,l r^^lJegTn W" *"" yOUr
rubition is a splendid effort on the w.ih ln_ w-*,
part of it. Committee who stage The good SJeV
this show every year. It* influence has good width
is felt by gardeners all over the and death but
Island for It bring, to local gar- |. refined,
ilening a prominence it would not it. cvc's a
otherwise get. by setting a high bright with full
nd flowers, tound pupils
_ a friendly its beak and
competition, all id which are ex- shanks are
cellent things. bleached in yel-
. low tkinned
island ovei varieties. The
be recorded
> form In order to get allow-i "I w*a tul
ante. The* must be >'
I by a -crrurar.^ pS^^V
iM bj a reliable person op-, to Up down f>>r i>
:e.l by the Chairman of the By aunt, whohaa i. i
le Cotnmttter. -taling that li! f*i '
exhibit has b.-en milked dr> '"1"'- ."J",, '';'"
i-. in*.ia*rii-e hi* ..nrlia.. o, ..' not ra a retorn of'nosa re?rirtle
i- Piamic, not earllei
the day before the Bx-j i ,,.,., qult, .
We'll soon bave thai belter-
/< ^\. with
... .
r iractiv.-
rui [he weight
from the exhibit at 5 a.m..
an the morning of the Bxlstbttiori '
. xiLibnot. will not
c renunded o| tiuM
but the attention f new-
uinti. may have to be drawn to
It In tln connection, it may be
thai i" an <-.lion*.
|. 'hv .i;i H'ultural onen,
the nuniuer of new exhibitor,
lend* lo be Joo few. May
biewed by on old mountain witch torically .^peaking: encouragement from"eMtng the
contribute to the fun and there The Musketeers are load by tsults of other gardeners labour), i
is an hilarious sequence when the Louis Hay ward who makes
old woman and Costello practice a dishing D'Artagnan while Patri-
It is Just over thn
'
:pot of voo-doo on each other (5 Medina play's the du.T rol.' or BE'V1* I"" LSftSrt !&
ending with his abrupt exit on her the lovely prisoner and her twin ifawer^' "IS.,** mo" *nnUMlj Wl"
broomst.ck. which H equipped *isler- John Button is suave and *?")' SSL^ T t
with a wind-screen w.pe?" The treacherous M de V.ldac and gSSSf'i^^TtW EaluhlUnn
nl come, when the bur- Steve Brodie. Alan Hale Jr. and RorV. by msSL^^eeds o? Xe
finally located at Judd Holdren do a fine Job as the (lowers they want to exhibit. The
dry cool weather we ore having
ry is naturally full of is especially favourable to ann-
spirited duelling ,md uals, and as a result next year's j
should be j
ippeal to all those who. for
agon Of another, do nut
exhibits, to make a special
to do so this year: We feel
there are vaattal tc. and
crops, for example.
> exhibition gardeiui. So get a
;atalogue. wont you, and ibaaf
what you can doT Make sure
wcilhls and quantities are
gSbi
ni:.i,
<|Ui!
food
while the scheming prime Mmu- *Undfrd ,or (}
ter. de Veida ;il.i> and "X stimulating
of her twin sbjtcr to 1'hiliu ,,i Spain
trigger-happy hill-billie<. of whuh H seems to me, if my memmy
Crcm Granny McCoy (Ida Moore) serves me right. Ukst the asalkaJ Keen gardeners th.
g.gPfr'MZ *?e .a"lc,k*'st on the twins were boys, but after all. compete, and those who do Dot iTnThTree C ,w *i nar.
trigger! Kentucky love potion. whaUa UtUe change of sex- h,,- compete get a lot of ple.su>e and f^T heaJ I?, eye. are sbunken
with pupils sometimes Irregular in
khape. Beuk and shanks are yel- in
low in yellow-skinned varieties
1 The body of the good layer showi .
i back long and flat, a breast full vou.
deep and prominent. It has a good correct,
weight but Is not too fat The
poor layer has a rounded back Now, back to 'Milking Uv
tapering to the rear; its breast la Co* Here are some pointers
shallow and flat and It is either tjhich help secure the maximum
light or extremely heavy in weight, amount of milk at milking lime.
The plumage of the good layei (I> The udder should be
x worn and soiled and It has a washed with warm wati I
'",?";;*' ; a* =*ssmi.-s^nws;. SBWff. fiTSBXm W SAT" $$$* "Z
gxi r$x fScL^ Tg^rags s,,-- gig s 5TaS zj^mZSKS stsue^un^n
pantomime and shonn.gan, on Cinecolor is excellent are the JJ fth^ ^p|antina to Sow- 'aS a three to flve fl.igu.-r. ipread comfort -rbatt^evn,
he part of bo h comedians. whUe satting. cortume. and he descrip- ' TshoXS *real "*" lb*e l-,ne, ,nd keel <3 The l.m. of milking should
the^clever hill-billy song, and ^J""***1 ^orf> bv D,m,,n help to\aVdeners mVcparing for when the hen is laying. The ni varv from day to dav;
scene-stealing personality of Dor- Tlomkin. the Exhibition. But it muit be cipac.tv Of the poo. layer i. <' D" not beat or frighten
p this film enter- "FORT OS AUK" remembered that this table is only small; leas than three lingers be- the cow. or cause It any pain;
11 There's not much 1 can sav a guide, and that the progress of tween pubic bones and keel when m*c >"'' >nc ' "THB I Aliv IV TIIF IBtfsW auoul ,hl I'"" wh'^h is al the Pl-nU diffci. slightly under diff- the'hen is laying. '^ T'' presence ag stranger-.
Illr. LADI IN THE IRON vu ,, b exrtii.t thai it 'rent conditions, *' Iwiking of dogs or othei
""' eOBewoSI5 SJ! ii Co" '"y" vb IV' shanks noises which will excite the cow
But annuals win not be the lo their legs and their toenails should be guarded against at
big
led treasure
the bottom of a deep shaft that musketeers.
opens Intoof all place*Port The story
Knox. and Abbott and Costello Intrigue,
othy Shay
taining fare for
Playing
MASK"
at the Globe
LADY IK THE IKoN
THE plenty of action, fust riding, flihtp
MASK."
layers nave ftp' shanks noise
' leu* and their toenails should
the flowers of are short. Tlie shank, of the poor milk
already growing layer's legs are round and coars*)
be shown. These plants and the toenails are long. The
can be helped UN' giving them skin of the good layer is soft thin
long-delayed waggon *,me attention during tffe next nd loose The poor layer has i
into a pot- train through the dangerous few months. Hibiscus mav need flrn, thick 'kin
pourri of swash buckle, derring-do Osage country. How he placates spraying. Exora may need a little
and romance that makes for pleas- the Indians who have been double- trimming, all will heiu-llt liom .i If you want to be certain that
and picturesque scenery Aimed in tTa'nt^'ih",'!",./'
rtu-ugh apologies may be in order colour. Ro.1 Cameron has the lead w,n ^io
to M. Dumas, the producer, have as the frontier scout who i '
had a fine lime lumping together to lead
the Musketeer torlM
. Up
ta
nt, light and fast-moving enter- crossed by Ihi
ment. nvemime. the
D'Artagnan and his three com- held up the train
g time;
(6i Some animals milk better
if i >iK-entrates are before them
and nine again like lo have the
calf around. Much depends on
individuality and training.
nllal t.i know |kg
panions are out lo rccue PTincc&s plot. Photography Is good, a* It NOW.
Anne of France who is con lined in always is in westerns, and tin
a dungeon, wearing an iron mask action moves briskly.
white man and manuring; whatever is necessary you are nol feeding good feed to *ami rook* who have to help these plHnts to be at their poor layer, go into the house .,t m"'" -nd T" ,oll"w Mlch practices
constitute Ihe besl for the shows, start lo do it night when the hens ara on * i-apaiience shows lo give thti
he , and ,,h a ^tM ,.. 3 I^S 'i'^J^A^T,
move all the birds which show
no. 3 how aj |ha '"' h "u SL*& .'?.! rSt >><*' I" "
who
docs
garden Is. one line specimen will
of IN
which
inllknia Ulna
ought lo check next day with th:.
chart
be oa welcome as thoac from the .""?" '" ',nh"'' "'?'
ardac lh.,1 can .-end in .lo/en.. """"< dennjtely
and every contribution helps to .^^__^__^_
rsraD the whole show If you h.'M-
Iho birds
-nils.
Pen Pals
BY THE WAY ... trs..*.^,
A'lf incnnrliisirv di*vu**wn *hat I said," replied llkia. "What-
A MEETING has t,ken nlaee at l-whal-you-said?" asked Suet one 'ovely fe.n send it. one l-v.-l,
the ItSbdrv t nSi?l, 8low|y flnd Patiently. "Yes." said row or doaens of both send them,
the Ministry of Fliibble-blow- ,lkl^ "But not what Whv la or anything in cut flowers, fern*,
ing between Char he Buet, who is ^', Jr?.. "y0 *dtlncUv .aid fruit, vegetables or ...chlds that
SmB^1 At"' wn,:,nevi?dundera ^' *>" S^-aSS^ aid up ,J Exhibition standard,
"a^ndswharissaidtoh." IflSd ^V "S'S !E? 2g The ^ Horticultural fanihWOO Ii _.
been suggested that Suet should ,h'm ' prd over a ,how that is looked forward to pMt Offl.-e. Trinidad. U W I
explain his filing system. In these **c- each year by those interested m u employed as a Postal Officer.
files." Suet began, "are kept all <. .. gardens all over Barbados It is
.ctlers and documents arranged Slrau* in thv iritnl algo patronised by numbers of our ___ 1L-V^I S?L IIk.s 1 cKLTa?^
Mphobetlcally in reverse, and with THE other day a maker of a visitors and provides a unique TERENCE ADAMS 12 years '<*";> .usewha Jtver "wean
numben dupUeatad" 1 bitter marmalade much in de- opportunity for them to see tho old; wants.|. n pals of Imth. sexe. *\ '"^ Jf S"^ tbU
' Whj ?" afcked the Burmese mag- mnnd In axount.y place was fined produce of the island I here aM W Harh .d.. Rls interests ,u' m. t .. n ,-ifoii>ai i .1 tbo
note. Suet laid his finger along for not ustno ciouuh moor, and ""* full months ahead in which Scouting, Swimming and Stamp ""k P"- will *l certainly I
his upper Up and breathed down the owner of a house in the pro- we can prepare for ,t and it is to Collecting. He saw the West U..-ppnllng It pays to study
his nose. "Why what'" he in- greaslve borough of St. Pancrai be hoped that the 1953 Exhibition Indies Cricket learn beat England. Jur cow, show her every con-
qulrcd. "What?" asks Ilkla "Why was fined for living in his own will be bigger and better tha-" Address 112 Kirkham Drive. auieraUon. co-operate fully with
what?" repeated Suet. 'That1, house ever before. Ooddard Avenue, Hull. Yorks her and she will let down her
England. nnlk and not let you down.
k. You see. all She milk
I can give at
already con-
idder prior to
allfcing. The action of letting
down' la not to be confused with
the secretion or making of milk
v.ltlnii tlM udder. When the milk
.leiiis of. the udder are full and
ioady for Ihe 'letting down' ac-
tion, the cow learns u gggociale
irgsaxvp Tiiniiis .,. ji. rortain operaUoos such a* those
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c holding u|' JUST TO
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[JEFFREY stollmeykr is Yesterday's Cricket
WEST INDIES CAP. UN ieblt*mJ h ^riCKd
Open Ixiwn Tennis Tournament /Po/lf IHlulerS Play
Planned
H? o. s. come

wed the toads pfD-
nee the 1933 tout to
>v> with ><>nf1lcting
s t% ,%
. and West Indian*
THK NEWS that Mi MM) Nti.ilnieycr n'
been selected captain ;t Hi.- WM Indies Warn U
meel India In the Wen India* next year constitute
the most momenti*us il.-ilk-ngi to the lability of
West Indie* edeket that It has had to '
year* of existence.
Those of us who have foil
gress of Weft Indies CriW i I i
England must receive this t.
emotions.
In the first place we are bound as sportsmi
to congratulate Stolinnver on the honour that has been liestowed
upon him and wish him the best of luck in the fortluonn
This, however, will not prevent, at least this writer, from making
detailed analysis of the situation and what It must mean to West
Indies cricket.
STOU.Mr:YKRA CRtCKKTKK
NO one can deny the ability of Stollmeyer as a cricketer, nor ques-
tion his qualifications on the ground <>f experience He has repre-
sented the West Indies in England in 1939, in India in 1948-49. In
England again in 1950 and in Australia In 1951-52, so that it can tie
linably claimed that he has expei let an inter-
national.
But what of the man he has displaced? Why has Stollmeyer at
Ml immkkI in the history of W : erred u
John Goddard?
The question of relative quailflrations from the level of partial- ,
pstlon In International and intercolonial cricket is as true of Oodd.ad
as it Is of Stollmevir except that Goddard has been copfattrina ihe
West Indies in all but one of the International commit men'.'
to both which I have Mated in >> brief avtltoa of MoUsr* ym
GODDAM*THE CAPTAIN
JOHN GODDARD first led the West Indies in the West Indies in
1947-48 against England In two tests, one of which the West Indus
won at British Guiana and the other at Jamaica to clinch the rubber.
The subsequent Test victories in India arc too uell known to be
recounted here. A new page in West Indies cricket history was
written In the 19*0 tour to England. They won their First Test ever
in England and proceeded to create another record by winning the
.lubber too for the first time since the West Indies were given Test
Match status.
Goddard was captain then. The West Indies were asked to under -
tike the greatest task in their career so faropposing Australia in
for world cricket supremacy. Again l*oridard was asked.
Ihey dui not win, neither were they disgraced. By common consent
their having scored a near miss at the "Ashes" was attributed evenly
in two factors, firstly that the tour was inexpertly arranged ami
secondly, the hard practical school of widc;ivi>ur and experience
through which the majority, '!-> all. Of the Australian Test playera
i ntunlly pass, gave thorn the necessary edge.
In the face of the admitted progress mode by West Indies cricket
.luring the past live years with Goddard .it the holm, the W.
Cricket Board Of Control Bit* much clumsy muddling have seen it
to appoint Stollmryer in place <.f Goddard 10 Had the West Indies
.iitainst the Indians although Goddard declared himself lit and willing
to lead the West Indies again.
INGRATITUDE
T*llFHr. ean hardly ever be a greater manifestation Of Ingratitude
and an utter contempt tor what la logical and seemingly meet
uid right to do than that shown h> the West Indies m f.uluui to
.ppoint a man whose m DM drones of West Indli
the right to strut and preen their wing-, bafon LOTdi .""I I-allies and
Dukes onlv because thev wen- West Indians. Onl\ by virtue of thai
itld nothing else could they bask in the gloiy which the hard work,
blood, sweat, toil and tear* of legitimat. l.-ters hart
It would seem logical to me if the W.I. Board, supposing that
-tie.- bad asssjinad that Goddau l mtajrl not bo aHlttna i i at Hal la
.mother overseas tour, decided to try out new blood in Ihe hop.- that
hcv would be investing m a future captain for some years to come,
nad first attached him to Goddard for experience, and then allowed
urn to lead the West Indies in one of the Tests.
How can thev explain asking Slollmeyer at this time when he
was available BEFORE Goddard was chosen m 1948 and was also
available each time that Ciodd.ir.i a cboaan to lead the West Indies
.nice that time via against India. KngUnd ana Australia.
NO DIGNITY
HOW could the Board feel less than compelled to uphold the claims
of a man who had been so vitally connected with West Indies
Cricket in Its high noon, and who had still expressed his willingness
lo be again associated and who so richly deserves the right to sa>
"goodbye" to West Indies cricket in a dignified mamn-i
I predicted that there was mischief afoot when there was so much
delay In selecting the captain, hitherto a normal procedure Iietwecn
men of goodwill. When the unprecedented and nonsensical mcthol
of selecting the captain was adopted, I knew that there was some
.mister move afoot.
MORE DIRT
'|*HSRI it more dirt to come and that will be the ireatmi-nt of the
professionals. There has been no agreement reached yet in their
connection and it is rumoured on good authority that an article which
ippeared In the Guardian was an echo of the voice of Esau.
Do not be surprised if Worrell, Waokes. Walcotl and Marshall do
not appear. The theorists possibly believe that Ihey not only can
do without tut that thy can issue in a new era of "Triekil" with only
Hamadhin and Valentine thrown in foi the sake of eyewash.
Those responsible for this injustice can rest assured that long
after their mouths are stopped with dust the gtudont of West Indies
cricket will still be sitting in Judgment upon them.
LAWN TENNIS OPEN TOURNKY 1
T*HE COUNCIL of the Barbados Amateur Lawn Tennis Association
have agreed to promote an Open Tournament to be played at
the Belleville Tennis Club who have kindly placed their courts at the
disposal At the B.A.LTA.
The Association plans to send invitations to all recognised dubs
lu enter not more than eight players per eveiil. The competition
takes the form of Ladies' Singles, Men's Singles. 1-idies' Doubles,
Men's Doubles. Mixed Doubles and an entrance fee of 12 per event
will be charged.
GRATITUDE
TMIE ASSOCIATION has already expressed their gratitude to Ih Ne-
ville Teruiis Club for their generous gesture and a committee com-
piling Dr. C. G Manning (Vice-president). H. Johnson (Stralhclyde)
and E. Tavlor (Belleville) was appointed lo make final arrangement-
with the llell.vtlle Club.
Ron V C. Gale has offered to donate a trophy (or the Ladies
slnsfaat. ,
This step is long overdue In Barbados Tennis and for the future
benefit of the sport I hope that full advantage is taken of this oppor-
tunity to gauge the all round strength of local lawn tennis.
OOWt
A SOODKN outfield and a wicket covered with water
prevented any play in the cricket match between Carlton
and Wanderers at Carlton yesterday, the last day of this
fixture After 'le-pitch and field were inspected
I and the umpires it was decided that
not possible.
In fell continuously up to lunch lime.
sa thus have to be coo-
tciu with points tor a arsi
innings lead over Wanderers. A.
the beginning of the match botn
teams had a total of 22 points each
and on both days there was a tus-
iipiemacy.
On Uie llrst day of play Carlton
Hi the Wanderers team to bat
comparatively easy wicket
the
score
200 runs in their first innings The
West Indian opening Test bats-
man Roy Marshall contributed 74
runs to topsoorc while D. Mayers
hit 45 and E. Atkinson 21.
For Carlton. pacer K Warren
and E. Cox took three wicket*
for 23 and 3B run- resoec-
and "putied'ior oigftU- * Record Field
Competing For
ril m -ai a comparatively easy wick
i^nampionsnip a"d :hr *% "
*T 1 wicket for the entire day lo sea
By HARVEY
With a record field competing,
tie first of the struggle for the
Mi-dal Play Championsh;p and
iunfs Cup
l-leted at the RocsUay Goh* and
i otunry Chib rwtarday ..ft. rnoon
when 2d golfer* ilru .

heir-s which will be played be-
( :e the wiTiners emerge from
The two competitions. k one
played off scratch, the other off
eously, lie championship
.omg to the low kios'
the two round?, the Preaidcnt\
Cup to the Inv i.el.
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BAY STREET -
DIAL 4269
Fortune smiled on Carlton
the second day for they had a per-
fect wuket to bat on the second
day and they took the opportunity
of making the good score of 203
runs for the loss of seven wickets.
A crisp M by N. S. "Bi
Lucas enabled the carlton t.
amass this score while -kipper C
At the end of the MrM half of B. Williams hit the next best score
the Journey the leaders m the of 47 nag going at number three
hip event were Col. (ne batting order. Lucas' tim
Vidmer .5 C Bayley 81. W in WM perfect and occasionally.
A sa^L-V. 1* Mi,sk<'" nd P he executed attractive strokes. He
L*S& tarts. g^nwAe -
Crieg 8 -20. .A. W. Tempro *"" ._,.. .
9222, 70.I*. D. McDermott 86 The bowling honours for Wan-
_!(,_ 70. derers went to West Indian player
While these two major events Ocnii Atkinson who took three
held " attention of the local for 49 In 25 overs and L. St. Hill
golfers this weak end. there was two for 27 in 13 overs.
.'. n'erabtc ..c-iImi, on the
ange Ladders during thd Spartan v-.. Empire
i loss than seven > _.
,.. Rain washed out play after the
Wilrlam Atkinson, who cVlmbed ateh between Spartan and
Into UH N" 2 spot and has Empire at Bank Hah was in pro-
hurlefl rhallengc at the Irider- gr*sa for half an hour. Empire, in
E. A. Benjamin. Raymond Nor- that half an hour, added 17 runs
rts, who ellmced fnt 1 Hie Class to ihelr second Suturd-'
A section and defended his place of five runs without loss m their
place
gainst a cnailenge; Keith Mur-
phy, W lliam Grannum. N. f>
I'aysh. and P, d aUDannott
Four matches were played
mong the ill In each
ive Ihe 1 ni'llcnucr failed to
.dvanee. The re-ultt. an
Men's Ladder
R. Norns defeated Barry
1 Kborne.
R. Norru. defeated Geoffrey
Manning.
W. Atkinson defeated C. Bav-
lay. '
W. Grannum defeated J. Grace.
Barry Osbome defeated W.

N. C. IJaysh defeated Ian
NUpsoch.
t V J. Maskell defeated N. G.
Daysh.
It. V. Kuirf defeated F. East-
ham.
H. V. King defeated Lisle
Smith.
K. Murphy defeated Lisle
SmUh. *
V. Hunte defeated K. Murphy.
E. A. Benjamin defeated Ian
Mb****,
P. D McDermott defeated J.
Kellman.
Lord Dangan defeated D'Arry
liinksnn.
nig defealed H. Inill'S.
I ...lii Ladder
Mn. McDermott defeated Mrs.
Lisle Smith.
Mrs. D. Beaslcy detested Mrs.
E. Vidmer.
Mrs W. Maelntyre defeated
Mrs. K. King.
Mrs Walter Smith defeated
Mrs. K Oraca
The follow *ng challenge;,
showing the date they were
posted, are outstanding. Players
are reminded that a challenge
must be accepted within ten days
01 1 walkover conceded.
Men
Nov. 13O. Cole challenged A.
11
1,01-d 11 lagan ohaiv
Icnged F. Eflstham.
NOV. 18V. Hunte challenged
It. Inniss.
Nov. 19W. Atkinson chal-
lenged R. Vidmer.
Nov. 19P. D. McDermott
<1 innings.
Bprtan have therefore gained
fir Saturday. Empire scored 151.
Spartan replied with 218 on the
following Saturday.
In the Empire second inning.
Hunte has 13 not out and Robinson
eight not out.
I MMNI-
I
Hunt* not mil
Total 1 without 1
uowunc. AMALYatS
College vs. Police
College had to be satisfied with
first innings lead points when the
third day's play of their First
Division Cricket match against
Police at Queen's Park had to be
abandoned due to rain yesterday
after four overs were bowled.
After bowling out Police for 69
runs on the first day of play. Col-
lege scored 225 and had secured
four Police second innings wickets
for 5 runs at close of the second
day's play.
Tor College Mr. Sam Hendley
had scored a brilliant 101 not out
and the opening bat R MOpa
cored 43.
Yesterday Police lost two more
wickets for 11 additional runs to
bring their score to 10 after four
overs. *
challenged S. Toppln.
Nov. 20J. Grace challenged
W. Grannum.
Nov. 20H. V. King challenged
K. Murphy.
Nov. 20H. Osbome challenged
G. Manning,
Ladies
Nov. 18 Mrs. McDermott
challenged Ladv Dangan.
Nov. IPMrs. F. W. Smith
I Mrs. V. Manning.
Nov. IllMrs. W. Marlntyn
challenged Mrs. E Vidmer.
RACING NOTES
Promising A'cir Sires
itv ti'Mtkii:
THE NOVEMBER MEETING brought to an end
the two-vear-old season so far as Barbados was con-
of course It is expected that some of them
will run again at the Christmas meeting in Trinidad
but probably only Apple Saa- will U going over for
thi* meeting.
I have already commented on the running of the
-year-olds in the Trunpatei Cup Alter that they came out again
an three occasions although all did not appear each Ume. Apple Sam
missed both rases OB the second and thud days and then on the third
he won again allowing Super Jet 13 lbs.
Apple Sam's second victory was naturally not as easy as his first.
But it was obvious that Super Jet was in front for most of the Ume
purely on sufferance. What this race indicated more than anything
1st was Apple Sam's tractability. This Is a very good sign indeed
md OtM that makes his future in mile races look verv rosy. In that
case he should prove as formidable In the classics of 1993 as he has
already been in Ihe two-year-old races of this season.
We should not. of course, treat the Breeders' Stakes as if Apple
Sam has won it already. Uncertainty is the very salt of racing and
anything can happen. Hut there is no doubt that Apple Sam is by far
he best two-year-old In Barbados and his chances of winning the
Breeders' Stakes are particularly good.
Second best to Apple Sam in Barbados is Super Jet. This long
>acked 1 hail mil eott "I Mr. Ficd Utthel certainly takes after his dam
n appearance. She was also quite an honest mare and if there is one
.H11H m. , jcl ,,, lhal h j. v, * Otherwise
at would not have o*.. ,\.t^ ._ ....me a peculiarity which he has
of swaying from side to tide as he runs. He won two races, beating
Driftwood and Maypole in that order in Ihe first, and then Driftwood
and Dynamite in the second.
In each case he had lo be ridden very vigorously by Yvonet, who
is one of the most vigorous of riders. Each time I thought he would
be beaten. He appeared lo run all over Ihe place in the home stretch
and at one time I thought he would swing right across Driftwood and
iinish up on the outside rail. Even in his last race with Apple Sam
he came away from the rail and twice bumped against the latter
before he could pess. In spite of all this he kept trying unUl the
last yard. Should he outgrow this peculiar habit I think he will make
a useful horse.
The lillics iii disappointing. In fact, all the other two-year-olds
were nothing more than a poor bunch. Driftwood displayed some
finishing speed m the two races when she ran second, but once she
caught up with Super Jet she could not puss him. She held on well
in the first race however and was only beaten by a short head. On
the whole she looks very mediocre.
While on the subject of two-year-olds it is of interest to note
that most of them are by Jetsam. Since my remarks on Apple Sam's
performance In the Trumpeter Cup and a word of praise for his sire
Jetsam, which was so meagre as to amount to nothing at all. I have
been told that 1 am already writing up Jetsam as the best sire In the
West Indies. Of course, what was written and what people who read
it thought, could be as different as this world and the next. But since
they would like to know my opinion they shall ha\.
I believe by siring Apple Sam that Jetsam has proved that if he
gels the right type of mare he can produce Creoles of a good standard.
I feel the same way about Colrose. the sire of Colombus. Future results
may, of course, cause me to change my opinion. But since neither
Jetsam nor Colrose will have the scope which outer stallions will
surely gel lo prove themselves, it is problematical whether we shall
ever know their true value as sires.
What is very obvious, however, is the fact that Jetsam and Col-
rose have made a promising start, which is more than can be said
for a horse like the Brown Bomber, who wiis receiving publicity out
of all proportion to his importance as a sire iWore It was known
whether the mares that were sent to him had actually conccivcii
That is advance publicity with the lid off.
The racing in other creoIe classes at the November meeting was
both interesting and of a good standard. Colombus, of course, domin-
ated both D and F class and I have already dealt with him. But
Chutney and Cardinal both ran well throughout the meeting while
old Cross Bow was in fine fettle on the lirst day. but for some inexpli-
cable reason dwelt at the gates on the last day.
Of these three Cardinal was easily the most outstanding. A well
built son of O.T.C. he has developed along the lines of Gunsite,
Sundial and the rest of the particularly powerful looking horses by
this sire. He showed a little reluctance on th. fust day when starting
but I noticed that the more he was raced the less trouble he gave.
I am not going to suggest that he should be made a favourite for the
Trinidad Derby, but I do think that if he runs in this race he will
make the pace something more than a mediocre F class crawl. A'few
months ago this was exactly what It promised to be with Bright Light
in the position of a C class horse ambling along as she liked. Now
with Colombus a definite danger and Cardinal capable of making it
a race the prospects are much brighter.
Chutney I do not believe ean stay as well as Cardinal and maybe
it's Just as well he is not in the Derby. But he won the first F class
race over 5 furlongs In the manner of a good horse ond perhaps he
was unfortunate that In the second one over this distance there was
a false start which he got the worst of. He was not pulled up until
he had run nearly three furlo'igs and this must have taken a bit out
of him. His stable mate Cardinal won this race and Chutney was
second in receipt of 7 lbs. It was obvious that with this allowance in
weight he should have won hut after the false start Cardinal beat
him with superior gtsinfa
I was sorry to see little First Admiral and Seedling both far from
their best. Had they both been fit the racing would have been of a
higher standard. First Admiral in U*S garHsT part of the year was
(leilnitely one of our better sprinters among the three-year-olds and
on occasion was quite good over 74 furlongs. But alas the signs of
non-sweating which were there from the time he was two years have
proven to be an all loo exact Indication of his present form.
Seedling on the other hand looked well. The hard going, however,
was probably his undoing. He looked very crabby on several oceaslona
at exercise.
The half-breds 111 (1 class had three races and Twinkle won two.
She was certainly a differently shaped horse when I saw her last In
March. She looked then more like the traditional powerful cart horse
type of half-bred which is produced in this island. At this meeting she
looked considerably lighter, her muscles were harder and she had
more the appearance of the thorough bred. She Is a grand little filly
and I hope we see her racing for many more seasons.
En Prix, who won the other race and Wonderful who ran two
good thirds were the next best 1 was quite amazed when En Prix
won the 74 furlong race as I did not think of him as a stayer of any
kind. The lough lookinc. Blue Gross from Grenada did not do as well
s we have seen him In the past and I think his racing days must now
be numbered. He Is a boras I have followed around in "White Hats''
losing money on regularly, otuy *.o see him win every lime I get dis-
gusted and decide to ignore him. I got my own back this time, however.
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"1VII" VOVl MBF.R 23. 1958
MJNKAY ADVOC'ATF
p.\c;f. HV1
Director Explains Secondary Education
Assistant Teachers* Union
Hold 1st Annual Meeting
JIB DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION. Major C. Glindon
Reed was gum speaker at the Oral Annual General Meet-
: Um Assistant Teachi-rs1 Untan nek) al Waday Hall
Glrla' School yesterday.
hi his opening remarks the Director said that the De-
: Education was glad to be informed of the
I the Union, and on behalf of the Department
he wished it success. He then went on to speak on the
question of Modern Secondary Education.
Before the Director made hi* portunt perhaps ut the *econdar>
address, the President or the stag.- d edueuiion than It is al
Union Mr. F G Downea outlined the prim ,ry stag*, because It ia
H\p aim. and objects of the Union during, the secondary stage that
He said It was not "reaction-1 n ihi.dren begin
body but one which a/as working to show themselves.
in the interest of the Assistant "An important point about all
Teachers. It was also Lhi lar> cdurallon is
tlon of Ota Union hi establish ; that, whatever the media used. It
I I Fund for the benefit of is always education. It Is never
teachers and their families vocational training. It Is true that
After Uie address by the Dir.ftoi every chool subject, whether it
a vote of thanks was moved by be Latin, Book-keeping or Car-
Mr. ciy.i,. Boachford and neonsj- p" '. *
d b9 Mi a i Hut it t> not tnr -*>i'j function
The meeting was ndjourned until I'i'-'uep ittwyers, l-ook-keener:-
next Satur.lu arhon than will be or carpenter* Vocational tram-
eatction of Officers for the en- Ing comes later at the free choice
suing ,f th<* v.iuth who has left school,
-aid: Varied Course*
"It was very kind of you to In- "If I am right and we need
to speak at this General ,,iiet> of courses in a co-ordinated
Meeting of the A*iatat TeachciV syatem of secondary education in
Union, which I understand is only Il.t.bados, how are we to achieve
about six months' old. We at the |t
TO very interested "Here I think V*g can learn
.-ihoul Its formation and something from the way the
wish the Union i-vei | |weeai In United Kingdom tackled t h r
the future. |am nearly ten years ago. It
"I should like. If I may. to snv is true that what suits the United
d few words trainv about Second- Kingdom wffl not necessarily suit
r nl when l use the Rarbvidos. Nevertheless as we all
words "Secondary Education" 1 now live in a world where an
want everyone to be ouite sure academic education ia not the onh
I refer 1 . ading to well-paid m-
the educatlnn of children f>f eleven ,.; ,- | .i ,. well to gC"
venrs of a|* anq over Partial I h other people In other eount-
it would le hotter if I used ' rnlfetfng the-ittuation
words: "Education at the Second- f ->s decided that
ut." eneeli providing ducataan
an and
Secondary Stage ovor thouM be component Partaof
"Wiaial Botoniii within
Stage is going on a' prcent in lhi ..lueation
ehooai In the Govern- wW t" be of three main types
ment Aided Secondary Schools, in Grammar, Technical and M<*tern
the Banaor Departments of the Tin- education described as
Elementarv Schools, in the new r.r.imm.n- la the academic type of
Leonards' Schools for lV>v educatton which our Aided Sec-
S.-hoots have been gletng
- ..i for many years. Technical edu-
more are being educated there i;ition has a high mathematical
-.'^it and though it
in some workshop est-
perienee It Is not Vocational
Training. The secondary eduention
known as "Modern" is a good
ggageal adooaUon cloaaly related
to the environment and interests
of the children who in net
tuded ha "ili'niii or technical
nurse*, if they wished to do so LDLCiTION \OTES:
when they left school.
"The new Christ Church
Foundation School could give
Commercial Courses and courses
in Design io Applied Art (Pot-
.ery. Furniture).
This I thtnk is enough to show
that academic courses and a* hn
al courses of different kinds
vould be organised in the Aided
Secondary Schools What about
Modern' Secondary education?
The Senior Schools
In the Policy for Education"
written by Mr iiayJen it was
recommended Uiat 38 schools for
Seniors should be established. I
think that this reconimeiidaUoa
might be amended According to
the figures in my department. 1
believe 17 large Senior Schools
would suffice. Thay would be n.ora
economical and more useful than
38 smaller ones. In any case we
must have at least one large one
m each parish.
"In these amt- ornoolslike
the tw schools at Richmond Gap
and In the Senior Departments
of Elementary Schools will be pro-
vided -the "Modern" secondary
education which completes the
picture of a co-ordinated secondary
system for all children of 11 and
over in Barbados.
"Let us summarise. If our sug-
gestions were followed we shruld
have in the aided secondary
nchools:
(a) 15 Academic Course*
(b) 4 Commercial Courses
(c) I Engineering Sclei
Course
(d) l Building Science Course
Courses
(f) 1 Pre-Nursing Course
g) I Course in Desifc.i o
Applied Art
and 17 Sci
Modem"
H0V M NO 251
TOPICS
EDUCATION COSTS
In rrn last notes 1 promised SO of any reduction In the education)
deal with the condition of thin* vote I am moved to make these i
at Codnngton College as I ft statements because I seem to re-
time had come to foeua member that some years ago
public attention on what is > "hen n was sought to reduce
most serious aspect of an edu- i uhlic expenditure the first re-
catlonal decline which * bound liuction made was that of the vote
to affect not only Barbados bu: of biscuits to the children in the
the whole Weal Indies. If I do Elementary Schools. These bii-
not comment on Codnngton Col- cults I think cost the Government
lege to-day It is not because of about one thousand pounds and
any fear or faltering on my part the total revenue was a little
but because things' equally im- over the half million mark (cal-
[lortan: but of more immadlaw ,-ulated In sterling)
nterest have reached me during Already there Is much discon-
the last few dayi. I< -.: on the part of these Oov-
1 refer to a meeting of the errwig Bodies who are beginning
Chairmen of the Governing t,. feel that they are being asked
Bodies of the Secondary School-, t, maire the proverbial bricks
summoned by the Financial See- v ithout a'raw and to ask them
retary during the week. It souk' 11 reduce the amount of money
appear that the burden of the ,e-it on education la to ask the
argument was that lorEe sum- hool* to reduce the number of
w'J*i!2 *P '" r*weTini pupils now accommodated in *"
mma snouM be nMuced. them. I have In mind some re- * ,
I have no quarrel with an> Gov- lC that the number of pupUs
emment olTlcer who chooses to be- In the Lodge School should ba **""
lieve that he is there to prevent reduced some time ago. What Is' iv
BY
JOE & ROBERT
M luat uound Hi* curnvr
B*lwv. it bv. or axt
PW un ihr da*n o( carttimx
*"""_ *"> aaaa w
Veu them >ruMm| tbuad atraet
Wl pi fn.m Stotr Io lir
Ana i. thai) ,, t,i(
tfa tneigq
P^ H yew fl warn ot.*o>;fciisg, e
nerally 'u" down gUu or two a day ef
Bwckfait Tor., wins .Hi astkkff restore last
nargy and (one op Bfel who> 'tr*ott lyikSM.
Ci'ing new t uM/ it (a'lifir. jCj igiinei lever
Ad einauilljA and rememaar. ButUan Teaat
Wma u esawnrip vaMatie after Him
IN THE WEST INDIES MEN WEAR
the expenditure of Government really needed is more Lodge i
funds even in a legitimate cause. School and more of thai tvpe If
This has become part of the creed that School was larger than II
of many government officials win now N this island could aecom-
when asked to submit requisitions modale Itself to a few million
for their departments give Drat ,| .)|ars sorely needed bV accom-
consideratlon to coaU and then niodatlng hundreds of pupils from
to equipment. If equipment Is Wne/ueTn Instead of doing aume-
iu-eded for any department of the thing to enlarge Lodge School
Government service it is up to ,,,,. .uggestlon Is that the amoun'
the officer called upon to submit f mnnPV ,., should be re-
a list of what is necessary and ,i,ioed
leave it to the Governor-In-
Fxecutive Committee to state the it appears to me that this Is
priorities and to find the money. \ become Government Polity in
It is true that this island spends future. If there Is any inference
20'1 of it> total revenue on edu- t.. be drawn from the treatment
ration U li also true that Ihls is of the new Parry-Coleridge
the highest percentage in the School It [| that not much more
Colonial Fmpire hut it is money money is to he spent on edui-a-
earned In Barbados and collected imn even If new schools are to
by the Government for services be built. It might be that this too
Schools giving | io the people who help to work explain- why Foundation has not
general secondary for it. It Is true that many of US ye! got the new school which hi
m*t *>rit .. .-
hop. ood iii ni
mi (he Mockm* ssaa

and Girls and in Private Schools.
Wherever children of II years oi
_ I beitiK
you will find education at th<
secondary stage
'Unfortunately we have had in
the past in Barbados little vnriet-
in our secondary education The
Alde-l Secondary Schools have
preelded an aendemtc Img of
secondary education which led in
every case to examinations set by
Universities. The Private Schools
have followed the lead of the Aid- couf- ___. , uUt_
ed Sccondarv Schools. The "Now it l| possible lo provide
Elementary Schools have given these Ihree kinds of education in
&*nlor Iupils an elementary edu- Barbados, if we wish to. Let ua
i ned on what whs regard- sea how it could be done.
ed 8 sufficient for the non-pro- "Harrison College. Lodge School
reatJon I etaaaai in 19th CenVn and Queen's College could continue
England. to he Grammar Schools and jfea
i i eonalaer ttw academic course* to then pupils,
whole field of icconaai y "lucatlon |n n^jiition some aeademn coufrSas
im one eniltv: and baeauao enfl Unue Io be given nt all
reo ,.re IndjvM A.rtexl Secondaiy S.hools
But the latter oould also give (cli-
nical courses of varlou'
(ominereiiil Course
"Combormcre School,
ample, abeady has stafh
Commerclnl Cour I
lachnlcaJ edta itlon I and other
.ourses in the eni-incet-
ing and building aelencf
also be introduced.
"At the new Coleridge and Tarry
School we hope to introduce soon
a Science Course with an A.e-
cultural bias. Such a course might
wtU be Included In the eurrf-
culum of the Alleyne School al"
when it is enlarged.
"At St. Michael's Girls School
one might consider general science
courses Including physiology ano
blolocy so that the girls who fol-
lowed them might have a M "-'
back-ground for being b
education with many and varied are now complaining that we ar Crowe envisaged at a coat of
practical courses. Al) thi> would not getting adequate returns for $175,000. Parry-Coleridge has
form one co-ordinated system "f the money spent but to induce been built and baa been func-
Mfcondary education. people to reduce the amount Is tinning and much standard
preposterous. Education n qulpment in sUII ngedod. 1
"I believe Barbado*. need- such aoclal service the value of which make no reference to the addl-
g syatem, and the picture I ha v.- cannot be measured In terms of uunal and peculiar catering to
drawn for you is In fact reflected * . It is this constant un- agricultural science.
necessary interference with edu- All this conttrms ms in the
ration that I resent Why should vi,.w that there Is something
there not be a reduction of the radically wrong with the edura-
phenomenal amounts allocated as
increases to the vnrioii" heads
it department* recentlj instead
their ind ividuality Is Importanl
make sure that them IS
ti varictv nf courses tn sull. as far
hs possible, the var>'ini:
he- children. Thi* ' """" '"
Asaize Diary
MONDAY. NOV. 34.
Bag. v- Rlllot Hlllman
Keg. n. Wllbert Waitha
TUESDAY
Seg vs. Atbelatone Oreene
Reg v. James Taylor
WEDNESDAY
ftg. v.. William AusUn
Reg. vs. Colvln Brathwalte
THURSDAY
Reg. rs Adolphos Orifflth
FHIDAY
Rg. v- Frank M*uh
Rag. n. Frank Walthe
the programme of development for
secondary education which has re-
sulted from discussions with the
Board of Education, the Advisory
Committee of Headmasters nnd
Headmistresses in &
Schools and the Inspector of the
Department. A Committee consist-
ing of Departmental Officers and
representatives of thr Barbados
Klementaiy Teachers' Association
hay* been considering part of it in
connection with the Flvc-Year-
Ran, it is u flexible programme
and some changes nwy he necessa-
ry as it develops. Some sections of
It have already been achieved but
more remains to be done. Tcnchert
have an Important part to pla)
tint by expbtining to parent huh
other Interested people how the
mponont parts of this broad sys-
tem of secondary education fit
together and secondly oy prepar-
ing themselves for the work ie be
done In the Senior Schools of the
future."
WEATHER REPORT
YBaTERDAY
Rainfall from Codrlagton: all
Total rainfall for month to
date 2.30 Ins.
Temperature: 7S.S F
Wind Velocity: 4 milea par
hour
Barometer. (9 am.) at.tOI
(11 a.m.) SOJjgS
TO-DAY
annrls.: g,0S a to
asset; 11.52 p.m.
Moon: New. WovassDar IT
UgBUOg: 6.00 p.m.
High Tide. 9.03 a.m. 8.40 pm
Low Tldar 2.93 a.ss.. 2.42 pja
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tnal unlsaa there la a thorough
1 vistifMion we will awake too
late to recover.
Having said that the Invitation
1 educe the amount now spent
1 absurd, I think that I should
-iiKgest how the money can be
.-und I venture to think that
ihare will be few to disagree
with me. The scale of feet now
paid at secondar> .schools lb the
:ame which existed about 1894
rid there Is no reason why
.jiils should not be asked to
nntrlbutc more towards their
..'.mi education. I-et It be clearly
understood that the feea. now
1 .aid constitutf roughly one third
f what It actually coats to edu*
ale a child; but rather than
dose the door against any of
then 1 let these fees be increased
Why this avidity to shut out
1 hlldren from getting education"
It Is a most unsatisfactory attl-
Litde and esperiully for a plae- Ukf
iiitrhado'i where good manners
arc going by the board as the hall
mark of the subservient.
J.E.B.
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SUNDAY \I>WC\TF
Supplies of Old Cottage Lavender
perfume, soap and talcum are
available a( your beauty-counter now !
.Vmlirrc will you find truer, more
rxnting lavender than that
to hi) h I Dines to you direct from
Kii( Grossmilh green bottle.
GROSSMITH*
I how M HcUfX
I in En|lon4 by Auilfen
\ /om*n ilnct IMS
si sow. vovemb 2:1. itn
Too Many Women
Linger On In Their 20's
But they ditln V fool the Census Man
By JAMES RARTLETT
Women in their, thirties wtW
tried to make the census-takers
believe they were still in their
twenties Tooled nobody but them-
selves.
[ For today's returns from the
,1051 census take Into account
"age misstatements." This Is
1 really a graceful bow from
. officialdom to women "in their
twenties'" whose births went
down in the records before 1921.
Even the census iecrecy
pledge did not get the answers
to some questions. Nearly
323,000 wives, for example, pre-
1 ferred not to tell when they
were married, or how many
children they have.
By confining questions to mar-
; ried women under 50 the census
, missed, loo, the biggest event in
the u v,., -#'nearly 40 mothers
In the past 18 m..,..i.- ti^ -..
50 or over when their babie*
I were born.
In the 200-page report* the
I confidential secrets of nearly
| 14.500,000 homes are hidden In
! an Impersonal mass of figures.
Shared Homes
They show how 2,251 census
officer* discovered that:
Census 1851, Great Britain.
i One per cent. Sample Tables,
Port Tu-o. Z.
A SELECTION of the new hand beaten silver lid metal jewellery including earrings, brooches and scarf
pins. In the ce.iue. u one of the new "Sari Scarves'* for evening.
New Jewellery Frown Old
LONDON.
Any old silver is the cry going
round just now in fashionable
circles. Hand-beaten illlUJi aiifl
'tal pieces are the latest in
ji 'wi'lli'ry
The fashion began with SB ex-
hibition of thr work of a young
R.A., who. In his spare time, has
made costume Jewellery, brooches,
scarf rings and fobs, all in weird
shapes. The exhibition was spot-
ted by the owner of a London
bOUttqtM WBO liked the jewellery,
and bought the entire collection.
Now it is on prominent display In
his boutique, and selling as fast
as the proverbial hot cakes.
The welrflness of the jewellery
-an bo seen from the illustrations.
Centrepiece is a chandelier-type of
earring, which is proving popular
fat .vcmiig wear. With it goes
one of the new bracelets which
has decorated discs attached to it.
Surrounding this eentprpi"ce
tro further examples of the new
"wll.iy Why not an unusual
fob to wear dangling from your
belt or lapel? (Itlustr.iUHl left)
Or un elaborate earring'.' dllus-
b ktad lift). Or an outsize brooch
fashioned after banjo? (Illus-
trated right). Or perhaps you
would prefer a scarf ring to keep
the newest of pleated chiffon
Hy oomnm barkim
scarvcii in place? (These scarves,
I'identally, come In a rainbow
ot shades including lime yellow.
red, blue and shocking pink, god
m.ike an excellent trimming for
a suit, dress or sweater.)
Women seem to like this weird.
i.l ,.ost "primitive" }. .s.-lUi*
Which looks more likp something
ktfl behind by our Anglo-Saxon
foi-bears than anything of this
modern age They say It is
dill-Tent, unusual, and docs not
ha'e the sameness of mass-pro-
dui ed pieces.
Another new idea, to be seen in
bcutiqucs just now, takes its In-
sp i .ition from the East. The
many Eastern women living* in
nowadays have uncon-
sciously set a fashion. London
havt, admired, then beau-
tiful, brightly-coloured saris, and
now use saris silk for scarves.
evening stoles ,-ind western-type
'vcning dresses. Scarves, in red,
blue or white. Interwoven with a
narrow gold band, arc sold in two
styles. One Is narrow and short
for day wear; the second is longer
and broader for evening wear.
t'd).
The miniature Juliet cap is a
second evening style shown in
the boutiques, and is particularly
amongst theatre-goers and cock-
la 1 Dan i. Kiit-.i I' > .n ' em-
broidered with gold, black or
"petrol" sequins. Main advantage.
it seems, is that in the theatre it
doesn't offend the 'ladies must
remove their hats so that the gen-
tlemen ean gee" rule.
Postcript To Fashion
Do you keep on the fashion
mark as fashion changes each
season, and watch the new ideas
a. ihey are introduced? If so, here
are some ideas: the middy line,
with unaccentuated waist; a
"battle-blouse" for day or even-
ing wear; a Jacquetto (a sleeved,
pocketed stole in rich, jcwel-
toned velvet) for evening wear;;
a quilted taffeta skirt, with a silk
Jersey off-the- shoulder sweater
for cocktail wear.
And are you keeping up to date
with new fashion colours? If you
believe "THAT colour would
never suit me", and have kept!
to the usual shades of grey and
black,'perhaps you might change
your mind and wear poppy, pim-
ento, hib-iscus. flamingo-pink,
tomato or copper brown.
1 L.E.S.
NEARLY 820.000 married
couples live with in-laws,
' THE HEAD of the household "
in more than 2.000,000 homes is
neither gainfully employed nor
retired.
AMONG every 100 married
women. 22 are childless. 30 have
one child, 20 have two children,
12 have three children, and only-
ten have a family of four or
I Bffx
THE WELSH language is dy-
ing out in Wales. Only half the-
youngsters speak it today conn-
pared with a generation ago.
Although the usual four-year
time-lag In bringing out census
results ha.* been cut to 18 months,
the picture is already out of
date.
In those 18 months, more than
325.000 new houses have gone
up. Many young wives who were
sharing a kitchen when the cen-
sus man iuk1 now have Home*
of their own.
On the other hur d. nobody
knows how many ok folk have
moved since then ."ito their
ihildren's homes. At ccruut time.
400.000 widowed or divorced
parents were living with their
sons or daughters.
But one home in every ten last
year was that of a solitary man
or woman. HW long does lone-
on Mir eleven
Christinas Spirit
Hy v,mmmmt
MUM/Si
pure,
wSG/emifk^
K I.I ,M is superior qujliiy row's milk, produced
niidir itn.i.M vtnir.rv conditions. Yes, and the
I i i ill) packed tin proltclt KI.IM so that you
get milk as fine as the day it left the farm. Buy
KIJM-ntilk that you can alwayt depend upon lot
its wliolnunicncss and purity!
J&jKUM IS PURE. SAFE MILK
\t\ KLIM keeps without refrigeratioa
(Tj KLIM quality Is always uniform
[ 4 KLIM Is Kcallent for growing childr**
| E KLIM adds nourishment to cooked dishes
[6 KLIM Is rec c mmcr ded for infant foedlag
[_7 ; KLIM is sofa in the spocially-packed tie
I 3 KLI M is produced under itrletsnt control
Toke pure woler, add KLIM, stir
and you have pure, sole milk
IN-and-OUT Dress Shows Play Safe
i* iprair.i aod bruises.
A.l. Waits- Iiuinitnt pent-
craces m the tonne of ih
pain. In soothing warmth
bring* welcome relief. Uuy
s horde todayI
S. P. + C. A.
The Pans mid-siason coller-
I lion are as notable for what they
leave OUT as for what they put
IN.
The new models give no hint
j of coming fashions. Th". Msgaj
' successful lines andby omission
show what has failed to take
OUT goes the jumper influence
i which raged m the summer. All
the clothes shown in Pan- in the
last few days have been classical.
Very slender suits and fitted
redingotes are favourites. Collars
are sailor shape on coats and
turn-over on suits.
IN comes the cocktaU-eum-
dance dress, transformable into
an afternoon frock
A typital two-piece comprises
a half-U-ngth narrow fcl'ick vel-
vet frock swathed round the
Strapless corsage top with grey
satin looped over one shoulder to
weac outside the accompanying
tailored velvet jacket.
Black is popular for evening
the line either very narrow or
put in .-style Matching vapor-
ous stoics, lace-edged, gj with all
frocks.
*" Ou l are piushy woollens for
topcoat*:. New weaves are velours
nr hroiulrlothuntrimmrd. Fur
it kept for accessories, hats.
muffs or stoles. Fur collarettes,
which drape round the shoulders
or etfl be pulled down in wrap
form, are new and practirul.
IN is the trend towards more
feminine styles. Afternoon and
evening chiffon models are ele-
gantly moulded, swathed and
flowing. A full-length misty-xicy
and sky-blue evening gown is
ished with blue velvet.
ACCESSORIES include an
astrakhan Iwrrcl muff trimmed
with a large bunch of wisteria-
coloured floppy silk flowers, fur
stoles bordered with heavy fur-
niture fringe and bag-style hats
In silk, jersey or suede, floppy at
the back and g*thered into a
knitted band which fits tightly
round the head.
Most party hats are in velvet.
Favourite shades: red, bright
gieen and tawny tints.
FOR WINTErt SPORTS there
U* fui jerkin* with ribbed wool
turtle collar* right Up to the ears.
A tomato sweater is worn with
black pants. For chalet cocktail
parties, a black Jersey polo-
nocked sweater with a fringed
back goes with a flared white
rabbit-skin skirt There are pull-
on fur hooiees to match. An
astrakhan battle blouse with a
flared white flannel skirt is
trimmed with diamond design
of fur. To go with it: white fell
"jack-boots."
World Copyrlsht Reserved
-L.E.S
November Is with us again, and
..ith it comes the usual epidemic
of Christmas grumbles. "Grumbal-
itis" at Christmas time Is as prev-
alent and as infectious as the com-
mon cold, and like the fjsstaM
and snijes of the cold, the vic-
tims of it can be heard grumbling
OH vi i-y side. "Chrlstm.-
they say, "why it seems only a
few weeks ago that we had Christ-
mas" "Oh goodness, why we
haven't recovered from last
Christmas" and so on. and so on
"Positively" they declare "we
re giving no presents this year,
pg can't be bothered and it coats
too much."
So the victims of "Gmmballtls'
cry, miserable themlves, and
making those, around them feel
miserable.
Fortunately these attacks of the
Crumbles do not last indetlnliely.
and about the middle of Novem-
ber a change is evident us the first
severity of this epidemic begins to
abate. The "No present" re-olu-
Uons are modified into "Well ju*l
presents for the, children" and
with that partial relief from self
imposed austerity the grumblers
go to buy toys, und yards
of Christmas paper, far more. (*i
of course they know) than is
necessary for wrapping the chil-
dren's presents! But the grumbles
continue and. turning from the
temptation of the shops, they re-
peat to everyone that positively
they are not giving any present
this year. But even as they repeat
this to all and sundry a little ehill
seems to settle around their f carts
as they wonder what Christmas
without any of the fun of slm[ ptnl
will be like, and (oh awful
thought) what about Christm.i
'"(iiniiiK with no bulky parcels to
unwrap for of course It would
be embarrassing to receive a num-
ber of presents, having given rone.
Early December finds the grum-
blers still resolute but psaUosj
rather unhappy and distinctly' out
of It among the crowd of Jolly
hurrying Christmas 'hoppers (who
have not caught grumbalitis)
shoppers exchanging tips and ad-
vice about present giving, and
talking about Christmas trees,
crackers and the like.
This unhappy, "out of u" feeling
grows, until quite suddenly m
Christmas Day draws near, the
Grumbalitis epidemic is over, the
victims are completely recovered.
but find themselves now with a
strong attack of the Christmas
Spirit. With a feeling of relief,
they know, as they hurry to make
out list and catch up on theso
shopping, that they might as well
have given in from the beginning
to this invisible force.
What la this Christmas Spirit,
the mysterious intangible thing
that gets us alleven the wor>*.
old Scrugesin the end? Which
makes us wlllie nillic play the
Christmas game year after year
softening our hearts and opening
our purses, sharpening our emo-
tions so that our hearts swell with
sweet pleasure at the sound of
Bells, of Christmas Carols and
hymns. What is the Christmas
Spirit which maeks the sad sad-
der and tho glad gladder?
Ip the magic of the story of
Bethlehem that in spite of any
disbelief, colours and makes
t'hi.Mmas Day live?
It would be a bold- person who
would venture to explain UiH
mj i-rv. ,ind why should we want
it explained*'
Let is suffice that it is there, a
wonderful special feeling that en-
folds us in loving arms making
us if only for a short time look up,
and hope again for the future.
And, when Christmas has passed,
should we find ourselves poorer in
purse, yet we should know our-
selves richer in spirit, that part
of the human make up that, like
the body, must be fed if we are
to live fully, ror this Christmas
Spirit sets the milk of human
kindness flowing freely giving each
one of us an opportunity to con-
tribute our quota to the whole, for
to live Christmas truly n\e em-
phasis must be, not on receiving,
but on giving, as only in this way
can we reap the full harvest of
Christmas.
Oh. let us treasure our Christ-
masscs and the golden opportuni-
ty they bring, not spoiling them by
self-centred egotism or selfish
grouchlness, but by accepting tho
mystery of the 'Christmas Spirit'
without senseless analysis simplv
and Kladly in a way that will
bring Joy not only to us but to
others too.
Let us, each one of us, wake on
Christmas morning and know that
we have done everything in our
power to spread that lovely mys-
tery the "Christmas Spirit', and to
make Christmas Day, a perfect
day.
KLIM
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SUNDAY, MAKMBEB a 1*52
THE WHITE RABBIT OF HOME ACRES PROVES A POINT ON FOOD
SINDAV \I>V(K \TI
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if) 3 ^,|-fc 2^m v 1 Kv'
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More-to-eat school
teaches housewives
ABINQDON (Berkshire).
"W% ABBIT8." said Ml.w Cummlog, eat twice their
tC own welgbt in 24 hours." She picked up a
white rabbit and gave It a carrot top. "They
have the most rapid conversion of food to flesh of any
animal." r
TO the womD of Homo
Acres that fact Is significant.
For here, not far from the
Harwell atom station, they
mre working out a plan with
the aim of giving Britain
more food produced at home.
To MUm Doris dimming, the
reaklent Instructress Horn*
Acres, U the realisation of a
rour-jMu-old dream
V.* JT5MJIS- ;
VYlan Ghoul Jown
Idl-
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**"l ** ^HBST S*> l- ramar*.
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*< ran hat* (tr Don! iirsln
CLUB, design
residents of the i*lan nunpheiv of frttndl
Ut.dfcX to ihftr .^,.
tre*~ehd*d |Mtio swept by
fresh aea biee/c mid overloo
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'hI An r*patit. In
I'llXMI 1* ta IHTOIIII I

s usgsttssj u..- r.-uiis; Mass cork taasaa Mm
II'"*"- buttered apples. The ri-mon*tra
Uoa kitchen hu few kin* of oeokem.
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lMI IJln.l. ...
hi* ..( Ilir ilrlail. in >lvB|>r i.- !>
n t rifl.-ri -pirmi*! duly
MM i. IIM IX i I if
VI-.i iraaMna nun. and
ill. EW4
by HELEN BURKE
IN RAF HUTS
This rural domesUc ecoooiui
OODtre la the firm of Its kind for
teaching; the growing rearing
sad use or hcroe-produced food*
Home Acres was opened b'
Mlaa Florence Horaorugh a
month aav
It ocruplee two and a half
acrea ot the gTounda of the
Women's institute Denman
Coliewe near Abtnudoo. and U
housed in former RAF hut-
menu
Says alias Cumaung: 'Our
object is to produce mor* food
MpeclsJly more protein food
since It U so badly needed Wr
want to allow more people lion
Lhey can do thLi at a high (lan-
iard at borne'
In the pijufry. slie poinied
out two pigs of aqual slse. One
111 be aatDonstratton" bacon
in another month Next door
a goat will be kept to prove Its
ealua. both for milk and Oaali
The bacon course
lighter e
The on!) man at Home Acres
Mr Bert Dauby.
and faggots: '
Ini of auuiMKes. und n l-
the storage of bacon.
THEIR "PERKS"
The offal become* ;..- .
"parka." The bacon Is sold i
the Ministry of Food
Rabbits for food and
rabblU for their peln are b
and resu-ed Those killed fox i
piovlde lecture demon''
and jiriu: .! rjkjUiai [or ,,.
who enroll for ihcm 111
a day: one shilling >
The pelting of the I
"fur" rabbits Is part of tl
training. The rabbits are k lled_
W uie poultry matrixrr-
ars skinned and the K .ire
dHed and mred lattCJ rsStl
will be a giove-makinit .ourse.
A 10-poic nllo'mcn* U Topped
on the Ministry of Aer
\>'zu for a'.ouneni holder*
There is another alkHment for
nwhiaj appistBtatan load tix
the uvastock Here tbe only
pjBB :; Hwiit Ai rag nlgji .1 par)
rue Job of Ban Dunsby. who
vclea each day from Oarford
10( miles away. Is to carry out
ie heavy digging and to tend
t anlnm'--. on wecKduv; 1 M ;
iiinming looks after UVin at
wi-ek-enoV >
APPLE PARTY
1: has been turned Inloa
otoatonatrat'.on kitchen, with four
Kinds of cookerselectric it y. gas
'.derm. o:l and solid fuel.
On the day ol ray visit 10
nmen arrived :o cook apples in
jys which *hev might not nor
malty iu 1 :.! i;
Mrs Read teamed up to make
vppie Snow and h custard from
lie yolk ol ma left over from the
snow.- Mrs Dinwiddy and Mm
spitrr made Apple Amber. Mrs
Taylor 'tigle handed made
Apple ciin^erbread. a hefty cake
a good sweet course served
wion thm custard sauce.
JAM SAUCE
Mrs Andrews. Uiz Brown and
Misa Cork made Bu.:<>isd Apples
SQd c.->it'.>cl than *:'( lam -.mre
Mrs WhifTen made Fried .Sweat
*ppl?> and dcronted them with
pastry fingers and Mrs Seymour
made Portuguese Apples^tinted
apples lopped with apricot lam
And as I was >avlng Home
Acres. Bert Dunsby was wheel-
.ng a barrow-load of carrot* to
their winker Quartan ua sand
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tl.MHI \U\ ! HiHII ..1 IfSMSSl
hu' p.ilm Bar amid the ganlei
ind green lawns. ..each m Haa|
a part of th* fasrinsti.oi th.n
he new Coral Rswf riuh \
tin splendid accomrruHialnit. m
delicious luncheons, ic.i
nan which are a bwatwrl
aeJightfu) Club u ruler tlie ex
tifmelv capable management
Ml* Stallion ,re as neur ..* ...
ii> in- iM72 and oiKj
*IH-< rOtt rVtl\KI.INI
itAMiMi rtET from N. B
' Uson i Co froni " stat.
nda. Paris. A galaxv :
White. Ited, CJold. Sih.i
WI.11N MESH ami f.n ...
dmr. Silver ind Ootd Batkdal
And look at thec Sands'
*lth *piked Cuban sktwSS. Wilmn .
vlih their newts 1 xpanded Mlrm
Room hiu Christmas In ihc At
null 1 -ttn-k u
budget prtoag >..ur ImilKt-i
A -III*!', I I Op HlllhMM
TBCC PABtCaXN look at 'e-.
iwrappud: Gojii. Vardlcy. Um
llaiTytoilet requlsltij. 1
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in a consulting
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MAM FACTt'RKR.
Miss Ihiris (ummlni;. rr.ident np ' the Iwo pigs will be
Laslroctreu ..ith one of the desoonalrstlon bacesi lai
rabbils. another month.
[-.;.. >m ... iirria.
What's Cooking in the Kitchen
roKK
alt
Thyme.
Put the i-iuppfd onion (a small
one with iln 1.iii-
iii- baaoa <>i ham which
1 tut in mall plecea.
When the ilden udd
hall (lass of vinegar and Ml Mssf
1 it avaponite, pui .. pi um m
b.ili psrpptSl. lukewarm watgt ami take Un
Tomato suiice. 1 teapoooiul. stonti "ui of them. Add the
Put some olive oil in .1 v..m i pun pwunee, poui sornc uraMi ap 'her
and] plavs of raubc. Lt-i the gar- aaougri loo 1 ison u
and a piece nf tliyme. Let
golden lake 11 out Put the po'K grVatythlng cook slowly until 'he
iBd Ut tbein fry on bom pium-s ic unite soft I
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v .. 0L1TANA.
lor b people;
i> big pork cutluts
Sweet pvppers.
olive ..il
at r.
ind byways Ag staerl it
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Whole iiiul nuke
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with .1 skill to equal and borm
times better Hie best. ssaafcN
fu 1U1
whole prcenti'il In .1 SMI
Kusrantee on ever)' shirt com tin
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lensesGreen or Ncnti
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new glasses are designed U
placa the aM ^ ti
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Inti'Iirr fi^urr in
maidenfbrm's
Miiiili-iiriit-
I III II \ MUl 1
110 Kii.Aii -know 1
Is the snawer will: ..
-11 puspoaa vehirle-.
. Table Sets and groan ini; GAH.\6r
unler of deltckius I ho. .1 ..-. SAUV)NS,
- .1 11 .Us 1.1, ams ; (STATI CARS
NAMB ov
1 "!M. .' v.
asjachon ol
,.t COLTS
id
girl, as well as binds, of Cl____
.tivri full rHiulpment for hlg bo) '
Whrie H all tin- M COM.INS
I.Tl> on Broad Si. 1
with Gift Ideas.
HUtr.'S HONEST 1.1 XI'RY A I
t EAIB PBICE fentin-iMl in Hi"
higrOy auciTO>ful IIOVEH '78
until ivuilv Take linn. OU
mil keep them hot
ti .

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hour.
.
salt and asjppei
sen
HlltK II TLETS WITH
I.I M -\l II
Cook the cutlets In -
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SAKE.
1.
1 in
, hulf gla
1 prunes. 10
In 1023 Mi. lhmle.ivy estab-
lished THE IHINLEAVY COM-
l A'.V sfUcb luu er-.iiiled him to
tea' and uemomtrjie the prai
cabilltv 01 his lesMI la 1
in oi aapaf products
<|iiipmenl and ul
ield M. now has in
operation several -.i--cial marh-
iii' i - t.v which Almost unbehevabl
results are accomplished. Th
lai t furnishes one explanation I-
-..f II
i-'im of PII.EX Irwdm'
h Is tin* Trade Mmtt rot h
lut Mr. Dunleuvy dues in
abij, there. Every ctuy llnds hn
al the laeluiy checking, Icsllr
an.i e|tcrii'ieiilih*i Ui his ttrola
eiturU to Und bettsw and Bftoiw
KoBdrnlcal ways and means for
the quality .mil per-
furnuiiiat' ol Ml.EX Products
it iin...1
e.inlimi,ill> ba imuli "lullai" In a
11 gssding proaraa bm "i Isn-
Ihe piovcineiu uulll it POCOtneS tne
0 kbit Thai Is srhj fu.ex
I l.illll-d t|. ,.,n-
odancg ..f Dga4tw and Umii
iiirouiihi.nl the Country, FILKX
l^roducts. |/i^-e>. I'eifonnainv.
Plus.
Thus the services rendered by
n Institution iieeomes the stan-
dard by which one measures th
stature of the man responsible
for its existence. On that DBal
gan thr ..rhlcvements of J Frank
DiiOjaavj bo measured. an
Ajntffran who lives up to the
ideals of his Country
Id, first 1. small piece ol *md the principle- for which It
hiim or bacon mid 11 piece of meat stands, thereby fulfilling his
II Season with t n-sponsi bill ties of service to the
gall and i-pi>ei if you Ike ..nd l World and to his fellow-men.
i- oven for three-quarter* Mr and Mrs Dunleiivv left
of an hour. pour some melte 1 ..n the top of all e aftci B pleat,ant holiday.
V KHS The 1.
poerer unH iv
ontilieiit. pro1
11 lulitiuil
small car
fur ma 1 ue
sgarn fw
pllllnisi-
iNVERTlULEb
end COMMEU
rttablg Hillmaii
town ru
. worleY
wllh th, l.in-tune |n-i -
.um hliUna productki i
in m.i Here it i-
aj .1 unit hV
JUST OPENED

NEW
LADIES'
HATS
prune- UiMm^h
Ihs poik cutVats
tasly sauce
CKOVIIM OF PORK
Pork 1 1 good ! 1
2 H
bolster 1
1
S.,ll
pork .11 Bnall cubes
i Of buttei loaf
.
. : On the iiv,. piais <"'
pyrex dish) pom
riurgar-
perfecllt -
sr CaahtaHi
ir Heddlncs
Khhiesimie and Pearl Embroidery, While and all Imaginable
rolnun nn Velvet
SHEENGLOW
A lovely new type In pretl> l.jdlea' Bats In Whilr ami I'.i.l
"Ii.mIi Ahw a line l.-.tinn of mall slupf-d
0(N KTAIL STBAW HATS
Priced from SI.32 to 5B.9J
NEW DRESSES
We are ......imii. dsh ulna Nn ~i.i.~ im---. 1... sou*
iml 1111 pur I ml oceaslons
Priced from HS.no 1,1 S'-H.UO
THF MODERN DRESS SHOOT
BKOAI) STREET,
It's a dreaai com- Itue
Maidenetle'B marvelous accent
on curves, the firm younp lift
it gives your figure! Discover
this popular Maidenfotm bra
loday. In your favorite fabrics.
Genuine Meidenform Hisiii
eras are roade ooly in the I 'nited
Stales of Amarioa.
Wm e 1* a maiden/arm
tar every type, ol figure..
GIVE Yi H it FAMILY
C(K>[) HEALTH KOK
CHRISTMAS
A Courw ol
FERROL
lukt-ii now will keep
^u^a^.^nB,^^^ gnd
help you and your family
Ui enjuy thr holiday
season and tart the New
Yr;,r 1 UM bB*n >eaaae??*>**?*
THE! QUEEN'S VOICE
By EPHBAIM HARIK'ASTLE
a young girl she studied
elocution. Now her speeches will
LONDON. be more important and have still
The Queen recently coiuiuer- ,cll.r gudliBOcas. But shewill
ed taking voice-training lessons not mako as many as she did
to help her with ImpogtaDl a a Princess.
speeches. But it was decided For a young woman the Queen
at the Palace that she would not is an excellent speaker,
have enough time. ' v
MY FAMILY COULDN'T GET ALONG
WITHOUT GENTLE, DEPENDABLE
A PHILLIPS!
Ca-tia. daswa^abla IswaBss 1*0**
Beaai -ov-e '-a oW <#*--+ *<
aaay '< - * W
IDEAL FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE FO: YOUNG IND OLDI
Ai an o'aofner (or neui'olning excen sfomoch acidity end re
lleving ,fe point and ditcomforti of ocid-indigetiion, Milk ol
Mognetia. a prodvci of Phillips, it onm of >ho fatleil, mot< efTed' 8
known Ai o laxative, Pii.llip* actt flenlly and thorooflhly, wirhc-'
griping o' ducomfort, and wrlhovf embo"oiin7 urgenc, PhHI: rt
'one* up lee ttM'* dlgevrve lyttem n rhe ideol antacid-laxo! "
for oil the family! Get Phillipi today'
Liquid or Tablets
BOLRJOIS
P AC F POWDER BOV<
fALC COLD CPI'AM A
MILK OF MAGNESIA
A PRODUCT OF DU PS
SEWING YOUR OWN CLOTHES
IS EXCITING WITH
BROADCLOTHS
in plain colours by
Styliah wardrobe combinations! are aimple when you.
sew with "Teg-made" Broadcloth* in plriin colouia.
Also in solid stripes, or flnrsl desitfrui, they are an
inspiration to work with fine, long-lasting texture-,
sun-fust and tub-fast iierfect for women's
draamja, and trien'a ahirla
"Tex-made" Broadcloths cut and
drape eaaily and wash like a
draam. Nicest of all is the low
cootyou'll be in fflshjon 1
half th* price!
Alwaya use "Ti-x-nrnde"
iirondi lutli.-. I.- -.k for tin
tag which guaranteoa
you are buying n
genuine "Tex-made"
fabric.
'TtX-MADf
IS WELL MADE


PACE FIGHT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY.
n, im
BARBADOS dA ADVOCATE
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gf Sti <.<*. C.LM. .. ... ..,.,
Mimhi>. November 23. 1K2
Srlf Aid Housing
irfawtai <>f the two
rts nrho haw been Invited bv
rarnincnt Y rrrtrt in fnpimii
using scheme will have aroused
interest in many quarters.
i- DO doubl lhat housing occupies
prioniy ol attention among the people of
Barbados as in other countries and any
I nun to assist house-building will be
welcomed by tbota who Uva m overcrowd-
ed or undesinible dwrllinga.
- ntiaJ diflaranca between self-aid
"Hi otfaei types of houafat#li aa the name
waring of costs. It has been
Bated thai the cost of labour varies be-
tween 41) and 60 per cent of normal house
building. There are no labour costs in
her than supervisory and
transportation costs. The work is done by
a collection of families or family rcpresent-
wilUng to work in their
spare time over a period ranging between
six and S month*. In Surinam from where
' > ic-ia and Hanson, the two self-
aid bousing expert:;, have just come houses
are built between 6 and 10 p.m. in the
evenings of weekdays: between 2 p.m. and
6 p.m. on Saturadys; and between 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m. on Sundays. Under the self-
aid .system all the houaea are l)cgun simul-
taneously and are completed simultaneous-
ly. Successful candidates for houses built
under self-aid methods have in Puerto
Rico to pay a deposit of ten per cent, of the
final cost. This is done to ensure that the
applicant will continue to the end and will
not grow tired and give up before the
housing schema) is completed. Self-aid
housing schemes only succeed if the people
participating have greet confidence in the
leader of the scheme. That is why so much
emphasis is laid on the absolute necessity
for local leadership of the scheme. The
central government ought to be represent-
ed by someone who can lake a personal
interest in the scheme but the real energis-
ing force must come from the local "self-
Id house-leader on the s|x>t. It is un-
fortunate that Barbados' Housing Manager
should be subject to the advice of so many
heads of departments whose authority ex-
ceeds his own and the composition of the
Housing Hoard has beforeTjeen criticised
as being over-much subject to political
Interferense, Unless the Housing Manager
is given an authority greater than that of
any interested head of department self-aid
housing is unlikely to succeed in Barbad<>s.
The !;nvenimcnt having sent Mr. Lash-
ley off to Antigua, Jamaica and Puerto
Rico to .see self-aid housing schemes in
operation ouuht to appoint him as their
solo representative on a Self-Aid Housing
Authority which would include one or
mure officials of the Vestry in which the
pilot scheme is to be started and some
"housing leader" appointed by the vestry.
Alte;niy the method of selecting Clincketts
in St. Lucy as B proposed site lor a self-aid
pilot scheme has shown how necessary it
is for the government to give an executive
authority to the Housing Manager greater
than that possessed by heads of depart-
ments.
Bvajn at this tate stage Of preparation
for the pilot scheme which must begin in
January when Messrs. Garcia and Hanson
are scheduled to return for a two month
period, the government would be well ad-
\ lead to vesist the pressure of those who
are urging that Clincketts be selected and
tol agil) instead with a small pilot scheme
of six houses at the Pine.
The success of self-aid methods of build-
ing depends primarily on ;;<>od will, and
good organisation. But the factor of costs
and design must also Im- taken into con-
sideration.
The type of house which has been sug-
gested a> suitable for a self-aid housing
experiment would be built of concrete
blocks and would consist of one hall-way,
one living room, two bedrooms, a kitchen
and an outside toilet.
The cost of building such a house with
labour costs has been very approximately
estimated at $1,800 and it is hoped that by
self-aid methods it could be completed for
a sum ranging between $600 and $800. If
this goal can be achieved then Self-Aid
1 tea will receive popular approval be-
cause almost anyone can acquire a house
in this way since the purchase payments
will be conveniently spread over a long
period of years. Hie necessit> for the self-
aid housing pilot scheme to succeed ought
at once to be evident to anyone who has
own a superficial acquaintance with the
;ige Barbadian wooden house. Houses
buiii blocks and later perhaps
Less than those now paid
for mallei w l but
date ;ii! but rablj lazj to help
fid themaelvej 'inc.
Before attempting a pilot scheme at
Clincketts which has been criticised hy
well informed opinion as an unsuitable site
ant ought to utilize Messrs.
and Hanson's enthusiasm and
knowledge during their stay in the first
two months of 1953 in a pilot housing
scheme which the Housing Manager can
personally supervise and encourage at the
Pine.
The government owns for more land at
the Pine, suitable for such an experiment
than at Clincketts where a school building
and playing field are also to be erected.
The Clincketts scheme ought to be aban-
doned if only because in the neighbouring
village of Chequer Hall there are several
houses standing on plots which are private-
ly owned and in urgent need of rebuilding.
Having made a pilot scheme succeed at the
Pine the Housing Manager would then be
in a position to go to Chequer Hall and
other villages where plots of land are own-
I'd by individuals and rallying together
''' 'iips of between six and fifteen families
convert them to self-aid methods of hous-
ing.
Whatever decisions are made on self-aid
housing: whatever site is chosen for the
experiment: self-aid housing must become
popular throughout the island. If it does
not the speed of converting the majority of
the island's undesirable hovels and wooden
shelters into houses fit for good citizens
will t slowed down by half. Those who
can regard this eventuality with equani-
mity are not realistic. Good housing breeds
v*nd citizens and self-aid housing is the
only wa" of speeding up the race to good
citizenship which must be hastened if this
island is to progress in the true sense of the
word
Sitting On The Fence
School Magazine
THOSE who consider that school-
magazines have a part to play in the life
of a school will view with misgivings the
plight to which some of the journals of
'ending local schools are being reduced in
1 I!! '-(forts to maintain publication. Not
long ago the Journal of the Barbados
Museum and Historical Society (which in-
cidentally /night to be recommended to
I wl i lava written letters to this news-
paper m appreciation of articles dealing
with antiquities) was compelled to seek
advertising revenue in order to defray in-
creasing costs of publication. One of the
ill effects of increased costs, which are due
largely to increased labour costs through-
out the world, has been the impossibility of
keeping up works of literary', cultural and
artistic worth In the United Kingdom to
give an extreme example, there has been
much discussion about *he costs of main-
tuning museums and places of historical
tod other value. Literature, art and cul-
t'ire do not appear to be appreciated by
those who have more money, but have not
vet been educated to cherish things of
vauty or learning.
History provides us with numerous ex-
amples of new rich who spend money free-
ly on almost anything else except works
d literary, cultural or artistic value. It
has been left to their children or grand-
children to direct some of the family for
tunes to the service of culture or learning.
It would be fanciful to suppose that the
KtresniUea to which the publishers of
school magazines are now being driven to
secure adequate funds to cover publica-
tions are due to the phihstinism of the
parents of the present-day schoolboy. In-
jliility to pay 48 cents for a school maga-
nie may denote an absence of ready cash
among families who are striving to give
< i children education at a higher level
than they themselves received.
On the other hand it may not. The suc-
cess which bottlers of soft drinks and
tellers of ice cream have achieved in Bar-
bados in recent years suggest that parents
are giving their children more pocket-
money to spend on bodily refreshment and
comfort than parents were able to provide
for buying school magazines in the days
when soft drinks and ice creams were con-
sidered to bo great luxuries for special oc-
casions. Even if it may be objected that
In older days all boys were required to pay
a special sum for magazine and sports and
that the demands of sports have grown
with the expansion in the number of boys.
a courteous reminder might be given that
.i creator number of boys means a greater
clientele for a school magazine. No one
can easily believe that many pupils cttend-
Harriaon College are in such reduced
circumstances that the provision of less
than one cent per day for a term's school
macazine would seriously diminish their
parents' financial resources.
The unhappy conclusion must then be
reached that the boys of Harrison College
.in not giving the school magazine the sup-
port it deserves. This may only be a pass-
ing phase which can be put right once the
I .in to understand that the school
magaatnc is an activity of the school which
they ought to support even if a few sweet
drinks, ice creams and movies have to be
< war to provide for its support. When
today's Harrisonians are supporting their
own magazine, snd the costs arc still pro-
hibitive, then is the time to appeal to Old
Karriaonlana to become life subscribers.
Patting this resort should be had to ad-
vertii not before.
*TMfF boUs lord *K m.ide lb
* ignoble remark Wr don't
want another Nat GuM.ins Home
Guard" must be sorry now.
He has not only slung hli
uncle into Juinins the Royal
Naval Minewatchlng Service, but
has deprived the H.G. of nation-
wide publicity, with the follow-
ing; results.
I*. Is reported that a village
11 Q company hai a maji>r. a
adjutant, two net-
ptnataa,
Guard commander
Interview! 'We're
but we hav* no
chops." the captain
Imps to halt sad
orals, but n
A Home
-fully keer
hana"
' We have n
Maid, -no
shun'
' iV'i chaps fo slope and order
arms, no chaps to hold a gun
"No chaps to fire on the range.
no chaps to man (he posts
"Except tiro jolly corporals and
one platoon o/ ghosts."
The captain told she adjutant:
"We'll play at 'let's pretend"
"Then / will man the water-
works and po shall be mu
friend
"One corporal shall be the foe,
attacking u* with blanks
"Tht- other shall be in re$erve;
the uhosfs are on our /Tanks."
That night the silent water-
works with sharp explosion*
rang
From north and south the ghosts
attacked - bang-bang, bang-
bang; bang-bang;
ftang-banii. the spout defenders
fired, "Take that you foreign
beast"
Until the corporals took the
place, advancing from the east.
Ideal Job
MR. WILLIAM SEED, who once
edited a newspaper In Addis
Ababa, write* that, alter a six
months' battle with the Govern-
ment censor, he finally resigned
when the authorities decided that
"we should publish no news and
articles, though advertisements and
a few pictures are allowed."
As this is the kind of Job I have
been looking for all my life. 1
herewith offer my services to Em-
peror Haile Selassie, the Lion of
Judah. who appears to be respon-
sible for all the important ap-
pointments in Ethiopia.
Under my editorship, the morn-
ing conference with the staff
would begin at midday and end
five minules later, when we would
all go home.
"Any ads?" I would ask the
advertising manager.
"Enough to rill the paper except
for two columns six inches deep
on the front page "
"Any pictures"'' I would ask the
art editor.
"The same old block of the Lion
of Judah wearing a bowler hat and
arrying an umbrella."
'Tim'," I would say. "That ictll
ill the hole on the front page."
Then I would turn to the news
editor and say: "No news, I hope?"
"Not much." he would answer,
"except that Stalin has been shot
dead.'
Fancy that," I would say, par-
ing my nails. "What else?"
"Well, China's been sunk under
\ .iiIi.imi. I l.nlif.ins
-7 hat Home Guard Once
Again . .
tidal wave Estimated death roll.
400^00,000.
"Don't be tedious and trivial."
I would answer irritably ".tny-
.hiny more?"
"According to I reliable report,
t i earth has gone off us course
ai.d we are approaching the sun
,il 1.000,000 milts a minute,"
"i thought It was getting hot,"
X would reply, yawning- "Any-
body comint? out to lunch?"
Countryman's Diarv
AUTUMN leaves, some golden
brown, some bright as burn-
ished copper, have fallen softly.
siently in the country line to form
a .ii p't as wet and sloppy as a
pL'.e of porridge.
Heavy rain clouds move slowly
acrns the leaden sky. In the tur-
nip field there are pools as big as
miniature lakes. In the meadow,
unhappy cows stand ankle deep In
Tiny rivers nurry along the gut-
ter, carrying with them swollen
clg-irette ends, orange peel, and
here and there a banana Utm
thrown away by some lucky,
banana-fed child at 'the village
school.
In the misty, moisture-laden air
there Is almoe*. complete silence
rxeept for the small, complainiDg
voices of chaffinches, robins, and
hedge sparrows driven from their
little flooded homes, the caw, caw.
caw of rooks circling aimlessly
round the tall tree in the wood.
the drip, drip, drip of the rain, and
the squelch, squelch, squelch of tho
enormous feet of old Mr. Gargle
as he tramps through the mud.
muttering about the Government.
Without warning, the rain clouds
are parted as If giant hands had
drawn aside the curtains In the
windows of the sky.
The wintry sun touches the gar-
bage heap of the Old Farm with
a golden glory. A sudden wind
shakes the naked, shivering trees
whose bare branches, overhanging
the lane, shake a deluge of rain-
water down the neck of Mr.
Gargle. ,
New Saws for Old
Suddenly, too. the quiet of the
countryside is shattered by oaths
so loud and violent that the voices
uf the birds are shocked into sil-
ence, the startled cows stampede
across the meadow, and angry
mothers call their children home,
bunging their cottage doors in the
lace of the blasphemous centen-
arian as he makes his way towards
th, village inn.
"Although only one old
weather saw. or prophecy..
Ked iky at morning, shep-
herds warning'-is acknowl-
edged to be correct by metco-
nilogtsU, country people Kill
believe In the infallibility of
them all."Letter to a nvws-
j-iper.
THEREFORE they shall have
-'ime more, equally infal-
lible
January snows, cold in nose
lebmary ratal, ww again.
March winds blow, how do
you dow*
If April freeze, sneeze, sneeze
sneeze.
Frost in May, in bed all day.
If Jane is bleak, in bed a
week.
July blizzards, lull on glfa
zards.
Autuat UlUoig. 'hill mi livers.
September rough, cough,
cough, cough.
OrUber snow. blow, blow,
blow.
November black, hack, hack,
hack.
December glum, you've had
it, chum.
Tottering: Throne
IT has i-een said often enough that
In these desperate times those
who flaunt their wealth arrogant-
ly In the faces of the underprivi-
leged are the baste cause of revo-
lutionary movement!.
For Instance. If ex-King Varouk
had not behaved as he did he
might have been King of Egypt
today.
It could also be said that if
Lottie the Devil Cat continue* to
behave like a greedy, spoiled child
she will noon .... cx-Qucen of the
Dustbins.
For some years her position as
the best-fed eat in the neighbour-
hood .las been tolerated. Hgg
beauty has been admired. He1
easy assumption that she was en-
titled to the best of everything
caused no envy because she was
symbolic of a way of life all am-
bitious cats desire.
While she shared her wealth of
rabbit stew and fish with hungry
cats who called at the kitchen door
her throne was safe. Not a voice,
not a paw was raised against her.
The first blow at this happy
relationship between queen and
subjects was struck by the queen
herself when she flapped the face
Of a humble hanger-on at the
Dustbin court as he streaked in to
gulp his usual crumbs from the
rich cat's table.
Other cats, accustomed to swal-
lowing a half-eaten leg of ribtoit
while the full-fefi queen looked
on with a benign smile, have had
their tails and stomachs bitten.
Even lhose who approached the
palace gates have been chased
over the garden wall.
Now tho situation Is rapidly de-
teriorating.
Led, no doubt, by the local
Meow Meow, a dozen cats assem-
bled recently In the palace garden
Paws were clenched and the howl-
ing of the mob sounded as threat-
ening as the old French revolu-
tionary cry: "A bar ler orirtos."
The queen showed the courage
nf her breeding. Alone and un-
afraid, she went out to face tho
mob and had to be lifted bodily
away from the flashing claws.
But the question remains: "Will
Queen Lottie see the writing on
the wall and graciously distribute
l\er largesse?"
Or will she cry: "Let them eat
rake" and be chased into exile with
ex-King Farouk? L.F..8.
The Eldest Oyster
The eldest oyster, readers of ^_ ooj> shining sulkily. All of this
Alice Through tne Looking iiiaa* ify lak ..hi rmeBPer, winked hi* eye )UBt as it is impossible for the
and shook his heavy head, mean- Wairua and the Carpenter ana W.F.T.U. and IC.F.T.U Unions
uig to say he did not choose to the young oysters will help those of the Caribbean to work to-
ie, young oysters came thick and fast '* taking place among Caribbean Unions which are affiliated to
scrambling to the shoio. And Trade Unions today to sort their IC.F.T.U. made the decision in
after the Walrus and the Careen- 'd"** out before they lend their December 1949 to loin I.C.F.T.U.
ter walked on a mile or k tho lit- support to the wrong aide. precisely because they could not
do oysteii btood and waited in a
row.
Tho Walrus
Thvie is i
....__ Iboean FedeiaUon uf Trade Unions
a thorough- cwnDOM!U-
nojMihintv i .-..r "?"* to continue affiliation with
r r h ill W.F.T.U. They could not eon-
W'FTU amhS ,inUC a^" *"> W.F.T.U.
aued hypocrite who deeply sym- ,*'**. could be'no union 'vTr t n'^."^ ^JPfS. U"'1
pattused with the young oysters mi^ the oysters and tho.r WJ/T'": r^lmmun Sl dT "C
on whom he was about to play n-iuril| enemies the Walrus and a,rd' The Caribl*'<> unions which
ich a trick. The rmii'n !r The^e tloriL t- dUI "oI b,"'-ak wllh W.F.T.U. did not
But h,s sympathies and gob. and mg geXmcn kncTalUhemS 'S^^Z^SrSrfV'ffS:
ars did not prevent him lor lMy knew how to wccd rven over col'vlc,," ,h' ICJT.U. li the
aonmg out those of the largest XSFOZ -ftWSSZ EttSUfc SIS tf
"And if the Walrus was a hypo- Xd' "woul3 fflfTelr XS & S^to2eS "S*
rile what of the Carpenter? "Shall could be cleared away! How Sm mnSJniK? u ^
Jj. strolling home aga.n^ he jrand joo for the Unions afflU,,ed igj" Ta^lcy wnlcn can S3y
^S"uwt can- awe. non. I^C f'T 11 .L 7 iT^ K.K lead *"<*<**"" *"* "Quida-
And ih>. .. ^-re*i, mm I**.-.* ''JiJL'I^' "? ,?'IJ' tlon ot l>>e I.C.F.T.U. unions.
Th*-d i -v*r on.- under their control, if they could The objects of IC FT U were
only rrealc a Caribbean Federa- described some days ago' by Mr.
People would not be still reading 'ion of Trade Union*, there would LuU Marcano Secretary of the
Alice Through the Look big Ola** be no need at all to worry about Caribbean Division of O B I T Kg
f it were nothing but a fairy tale J.OF.T.U. They would see to that ..^d "thc movement of tho
md the story of the Walrus and instead the activities of W FT.U. I.C.F.T.U. has been formed bv men
he Carpenter Is far from being m the Caribbean are severely re- nnd women who ore conscious of
nothing; but a delightful piece of *iricted because of the unions the dignity of human nature and
nonsense. It can be applied to which ore affiliated to I.C.F.T.U, nre aware of the social Injustices
many situations in real life and and for whom a Caribbean Divls- that have been going on for the last
today 1 am applying it to what ion of O-R.I.T. has been formed century and who are determined
could happen in the Caribbean with headquarters in Barbados. to eradicate the evils and build a
Trade Union world if the action The eldest oyster of the alle- world in which all men employers
of the "eldest oyster" and those S'y Is the I.C.F.T.U. the Inter- and workers alike will live in
ho think like him had been national Confederation of Free harmony, regardless of colour, race
other than it was in 1W. Trade Unions. Before December or creed enjoying equal rights and
This month trade union leaders '*B there was no IC.F.T.U. The respected not for the position they
from the Caribbean territories World Federation of Trade hold nor for the wealth they
came lo Barbados like the Walrus 'T!00.^ "d. n lorm' >n l**5 possess but for the services which
id the Carpenter almost in tears
and it still has n'prescnt.itiv.
'hey render to the community
l- If thay could "dear away" ln "hited Nations organisations, u whole."
.btftacie* which prevented the ^ -1 g"i Powerful trade The nbleeis f W.F.T.U. have not
Unions of the Caribbean which u,uon movement and its adherent- been defined becauac the objects
not members ot the 1 C F.T-U *re nunwicnllv greater than those ot W.F.T.U. are known only to the
from working; with the I.CF.T.U. fLJSf .J'S? *tt* was 55S *J* ?-f lho,e who ?_bu*F
union, to develop a united Carib- l** in Tntrl l9
bean federation of Trade Unions. ] ,* '" Lnions
Had Lewis Caroll worded the
Invitation of the leaders of the
Unions affiliated to W.F.T.U.. it
ight have rend something like
this:
"O i <
r t u
,-*ik will
I talk
when engineering the structure of Com-
of tho munlst society, throughout the
by then world. Their technique Is to spread
dominated hatred between classes and they
4 Trade will join with anyone who will
help them to make social and
tk. --... Li L political conditions unstable. There
The suggestion which has ig an ideological battle being
tarbadSi I2' tUha'yc.Hht^n OS? **"* to^uXS
Si,,, ^?, <^rtteon trade union movements through-
tional affiliations is a hypocritl- angels The
atation of the W.F.T.U
id broke
openly Communist
World Federation
t'nlom.
n the aide nf the
unions affiliated to
led bv
ts* w r T V did
A plenum waSk, pUuaani
Along l*ic CUC beacKi "
But the I.CF.T.U ki
Tweedledce'.i story by heart. They
know that if the W.F.T.U
tat ion were accepted
long the beach would
them as it had ended for the Carpenter came on the beach. N 111 III ati
oysters. They would all be eaten It was the middle of the night th7 advice of thJ^i^
very one. and the run was shining with all and ha e-ldesl ">**,<-
Perhaps the allegory of the h.s might, while the moon wa
tart. They -al as the invitation olr the W:F T P 1 13S i! T*,, "! t0
the walk was something very strange going and tie. uiTT. i V n *-**
1 end for ..ft. when the Walnn and *>,? ,^ .JJ J *!" ""*!!?. ~ falC
I tor the ian-nter came on thTLarrf KJS. *22* S^J" Tw^'
truck with
i enemies of human liberty.
Our Readers Say:
Communiun
To the Editor. The Adeocate
sin -Permit me to make these
few st.dements as regards a sub-
ject which crops up every now
and again; Communism. Appar-
ently the American scare bM
reached us quite unlike the
stolid sensiblbty of the British at-
titude And 1 quite ngrr~ .'ith
the policy of your paper to \ iew
tba matter evenly,
as you had to remind a corres-
pondent" some time ago.
It seems to certain people that
anything contrary to their views
in democracy, is 'Red', while the
lieds assume ;invthing contrary to
tlielr belief* Is "Western Expres-
sion'' Thus, we must try to find
.i true balance which can Only be
done by not allowing on
be blinded by one side or the
other.
OWEN FITZGERAI-D.
Carlton Club
To the Iditor. The Adrocote
SIR. On three occasions re-
cently details of a Cricket Match
played at the Mental Hospital
Grounds on the Bth and 18th
November. 19S2 between teams
referred to as "Carlton" and
'Gentlemen" have been published
m your newspaper.
In response to several inquiries
concerning this match, I have
iiicted by the Managing
Committee of Carlton Club to
.
against the official policy of our
Club, and that the team referred
to as "Carlton" in that match Is
Hot connected with our Club. >
Yours faithfully,
E. W. MARSHALL,
Hony. Secretary,
Carlton Club.
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SL'NDAV AliVOCATE
PAGE SINK
*f cm hU royapr (a BtffeadM
-. *f7, H00" "*"- a"y i'u
Hat* by dfimt,.,, "S,, UrUph,,--
flMh aid in r>tni*. Thl* intraJ-
MM cmufud.'. u-irrl his d'cni>-
ffam o/u
or u'fief im eotfl cnif u I
The List uf i,
Falsaa, a land *> high sj
first discovered it, wh i I
"
reached it by night. I

trig, though we I
that .unfit H ....< n h law [i
has iiiijh.
* W .:.- dcgrtfti
to the Northward, and Irom it to
the bias of Cape Verde about 13
degree! a long way to be silent
for there is no land betl
1 purpose to
you witli iighLs; lor
Ihere is no p]..,<
i not
where some lawful pp-
to be had for a man that ha|
Iree heart and a got.
A TRUE & EXACT
HISTORY
Of the Ifland of
BARBADOES.
ALICE AND OTHER PANS
By RICHARD LIGON, Gent.
Ml
stuopin, u, her |.iw; they do ii Many of these Ashes we look.
si one entire I-* -I*":...nr--_''..: ."S'.T^ He, OKanary flvina ft, her ow:i irons. some with nshaiaa, some;
* mJ*S *5*fc Pleasure, ana not lor pre,, is with hooks, and an.on.au the r.
MM very large, which followed Hie
have aver ship for hour*, before we went
Bui ihesc sea pleasures .
,,lr',.hlWl!.h'"i.","**" tn*'"~' !!. < >nuch ol the commonly mri. ,, ,an the" best on. v.," lr,
ST2r.i2f s!5? .""r: /r "?* Haggard F..U,, that 1 have ever ship for ho
safe sm IK- h.T .-.=-. .ii ""aa"' raic.il ma, I nave ever ship lor nours. before we we: i
Hila*oe.e.?. ilS., ?.?, P T "*" bl" ,h,: '"""nuance of II aboul lo lake him, and perc.iv.-d
with .?.?,. '_ "'*.".' "d m"k' "''' "'"" admirable. Ai before h.m a lillle ftsh win. I, Uu >
with
thai
i little- remorse
m ---------- ........... iii.im i. uciuii- .mil iiiiHT nail mi.ul tlM'y
, .,**' la>"mg Ini jrow hungry they tall the 1'ilot Fish; this little guidc
ina, who arc their of In,., swims sometimes a y.rd
.her. she) perceive befora him. sometimes more or
'..... they know lass) k->. al his pleasure: and In his ad-
chase of flying fish, ami varan*, often cleaves to him. agej
Tor some kinds ol Bah,
themselves above ..ale,. for .
unile logether.
long
dear mend sticks closest
wh.
__ never
their fails to fasten himself to his heijd.
UaeO or 10,110 part near that, and re-
solves lo die with them. The x-
ome- ficncnce of this we found not only
the nights, have crossed , this great lujv. but in all the
ship, and being stopped by rest wa had formerly taken, for
never look one without the
r Ho... =1 ,. be,nK n,i,r '"on,. "'.v riaa like like a dear friend sticks c
'7* ^" '"'., ""I"'*''- partridges l.y 13 and 10 11, a con, vli.ii lie needs liiu, most; for
,L , I .u "' 1 ...1 :,:- I. .. taken, this little fish
prow of our ship, one behind Xi- ,h, ,. .,., lr
other In so steady and constant a night these birds make in. 1
course in chase of some tther quarry.
; u I have seen a kennel of Tl. fi du.-iud fishes.
largo hounds in Windsor Forest in
the .-has., of a stagone folmwlng
another directly in ttn tmgCSSds, hav* faSVn"oo^and
Sf SH' 2H5."' """ '.' '"'' wl,h u",ir l>d'"- "v have b"ed ''har-
i,h .V M,.!.P^ ,', "'"J,h! ,b"! hooks ami lakes Hieir pursuers. And the engine we took this
hv the .m ,h-,; '" ',',,', """'"'' * delpluns. which we have found great i.rk with wa. a largo hook
confldlmlJ Z bv *lod h,nd wl,h winc- "Plcl- C""M ml" "' mouUi. his belly
S.ZU.. ,....... ______ "nd sweetherbs. which we never being turned upwards, for his
,h. FlvS^l i"""1'-",'"'"".6 wn,cd So her.- we have excel- momr. being short of M
2?r.lt2,^.Sre'",."',!n,,, *> hawking, no fear of losing our a good deal* he could nol take II
t*Ii. V. watery ele- h.,,k bv ,,, oul a, ch,ll( or 10 ltVenlmtly. his bock being up-
whee*h.v LSt ,r. ^': n, Foul,, and ye, eat of ward. By reason. h,s snout drove
...,m ,,ei <. ,i .. ."! .f^ ,he ><""> and sometimes of the the line afore It. but soon a wa
MtS ih. r,.^eJr1h 'D*' >!"'- "M* "" advantage preceived the bait to be swallowed,
"nd i?^ be' w'ifhin Zj.t "" """ "lc0n*" """ "' """' " "' *udd" "uU- "h'th "
dom fail 10 make them their own. As for the hunting here, we only
These birds, and no other but their so.- the rhnie, but suffer the
kind, love to -straggle so far from hound. 1" flesh themselves upon ht ,hr __-, .
*, l^L 'Lm*y b doVbtfd ,nr ," bJMn ry^ non,. durst abide, but the
.iiied the hook
the weight of his body would nol
tear It out: we drew him up. laid
htm in the wast of the ship, where
iVen
anythmx-
whether the sea may not be i.h. such a one as may III! a d'ih Ullo d'are" do
counted their natural home: for we lo furnish Neptune's table, and by
ee them 500 leagues from any that means we ore cozen'd of our We had aboard divers mlsUfl
land at sunset, and *o it is DO. quarry. So that as I ever thought dogi. and amongst them one so
possible they should recover land on land, 1 find the same ai MO, 'urge and fierce that I have seldom
that night, and on the waves th-y hawking to be the belter sport I een any like him. This dog flew
cannct rest without great hazard, had about almost forgot to tell to him with the greatest courage
. what kind of llsh this Hying Ash is. that might be. but could take no
i nave seen them sometime* whit If Dm oauM of such excel- t-old of him bv reason of his large
light, and sit on (he wav. r. but u.nt sp0it, both m himself and roundness and sliminoss; but if
with such caution, for fe.u q. u<-- other*, he is just like pilchard, by chance he got hold of one of
ing uken In by a llsth. as her rest but his Pns larger both in breadth his flns. the sliark could throw
Is very unsafe unless to Ii iim( length; and as long as they are him from side to side of the ship.
covered by the night s dark u too, he flies; and for their as If he had been nothlf.,,!, and
This bird Is a kind cf sea ,iawk mortu| enenne.. the birds, they doubtless if he had encountered
""> bigger than a f.tniiT. continue with as some 33 degrees htm in his own element, the sea.
and of that colour, but of far frevi mi we cm^ lo 15 aml then leave hc would have made uuick work
wing and of long continuance, and u8i of h.m
when she is weary she Bnda rU Xt which time and place, an-
ing places if the seas be calm, for otiK>r kind undertakes ua, not Divers or this kind '" >.. imi
then the turtles lie antl ueep on mUch hinder than a Caatiill, and none so large He was ubout .18
the waves for t wng Unw log 'Im- m nt-aMntt COltWir M m*T ha, hgt feet long and 10 feet about the
and upon their barks they sit nnd anar of flying; lor middle. Other fishes we '<'k U
aleep securely, and there m ,|,,,. (0 the water and the Bonito, the Spanish M.irk.P 11.
prune and oil their feather*. rOUM |llin uuom every wave, so that we the Albacore, Dolphin etc., which
and do all their offices of nature often Insi sighl'of them, by Inter- we found excellent meat, but es-
and have room enough fur all, fm poatiig of the waves, and think Jecia.ly the Albaeore, which Is a
aome of those turtles are yard fc0, that I wave has over- fish of such shape as it pleased
broad
nc much t<> look op. Those we
oad in the back. ^ uiiairiiad. krr, *bt oieasure she me l__
',. took *ne S.ihf u! 1<*,; 1 Tv the giddiness took were not much alwve a yard
as he lay sleeping on the -..i.i. ( ,xrt flyutgi itl often seems Ic 'ong. with forked tails, tbr gristles
whose body afforded nil the gen- hp Jyst, and yet contrary to our very firm and strong, and the
th men nd off] m of 1 xbectatiOrt ' gapean ng'iin. But body near that no bigger than a
very plentiful meal, aid th.it was 1 Ullt [roubla yoo nc l-.nger with mans wrist, but suddenly grow-
the bent meat we Listed ..11 the ,he inhabitants of the pliant air. ing upward to such a greatness as
time we were at sea. Their 1. 1 j^. ulve lnt,o the deep, to trv what 1 nave seldom seen any like him.
these kinds of fishes but two K is yi, asure that element affords to and as strong withall. as a sailor,
that continue in the Main, the >,v. no lehaht verv """""g mu> holding one ol
laOggerhead turtle and the Hawk..- them fast by the gill, when this
ball unile. of which sorts the i-ttef Then Ii a Ha* CfJkM a au-ua, fish mtved but his tail to ,:
Is the beat uid of that kind our* which as he Is a common enemy gave such a spring, as he DM
VU that we took to sailors and all others who ven- liked to have put his arms out of
There is a third kind called the ture In calms to coirunil their joint. These kind of Mm h)
Green Turtle which ar,-^f lease, naked bodies to th-v sea (for he elear sunshine evening delight
magnitude, but far excelling the -ficn bites off their legs, lomt> themselves and as, by trying which
other two hi wl.nles'm t v md times aims, olid now and then, of them can leap highest ubov.
rareness, of tasi... but of tltnt here- ^wallows the whole body. If the water, so that it is a pretty pastime
gfttr, for I have no mind to part flsh be great/ so when sallori lake to see fishes so large and so glori-
ao lightly with the fomiai:, ;h, they use 'hem accordingly: ously coloured, show ttiiiMMtVM
birds of prey, fm having been -crnctimes by putting tut their fc0 tir above their natural clemrn'.
bred a-falconer in my youth, 1 eyes and throwing ihcm overboard, wnose snapes and colours ga.ve
cannot but admire the dmlrab'lc sometimes by mangling and cutting such variety.
swiftness of wing the*c birds nuke, their bodies, fins and tails, mak- But this sport we saw not often
They mount scmetimes upon th* dig ihem prey to others, who J will trouble you DO mure WIW
traync. to so lofty 11 pitch ;.. if were merciless tyrants them- mentioning the variety of shapes
a falcon were there, she might he selves; and In this kind of justice and clours of Ashes, till I
fallowed a double canoeUen 1. her they are very accurate. a> n page 12

lo> Al*c* In HondeTfaad am'
oaf* The Leektaa
Claw. Even I 1
still be tempted to buy the Ore*.-
II t):e 2 or-
iginal il Sir J'lh.i
d give 11 t.i
dren foi 1
know ti Lnai ,if Auee
was rei.ii.il u, ta>i smgaag
gre.it
:r..!Hii.iihi.| wai l mother il
he ninth Earl of Strathm-.r
is direct-
Odad A leference to
1.m WOUid
e imgallant so 1 am going li>
inot. Ilun i'ty-1 Jumpty.
"When I use a word lhimpt>
Dumpty said in r.ither a scorn-
ful tone "it niaaaa |utt what 1
.'hoose It to Baaan neither more
,ior toea,"
lUeittOll is" -ant Aim
ahathai rou pm make words
mean different things."
The question Is" said
Hun.Dt] -lltimpt. v. I.i, h 1 lo t
masterthat's all."
If Aliee were |uM a b)l loi
..I
with the renniei il. .
hi.: ai
the passage quota
plenty of raaltti
make-lx-l 1 : which
Alice delightfully stray- foi
MM fend instrut tioii
Humptv Uumpty's remark*
wordi oMgjM i, b<-
pondered by all wt
speakers but Uu Vilif StPtiffl
Witch by Philip Woodi
only novel I ha\.- m nagd
rhkh traati with dsM .....
understanding the young Intel-
lectual of humble origin who is
cursed with a sense of mission.
Jodh Singh believes in the Jus-
tice of his cause. He refuses to
compromise. He goes bullhcaded
In nvenge wrongs without tak-
ing any thought or asking him-
self whether the Wrong] ire real
or imaginary Instead of succeed
Jodh Singh achieves Ignominious
death and his life wa-s | U luft
because he had no use for au-
thority. The failure of Jodh Sine1
Is the failure of thousands wh.
with
'turning -oii'e Of li'.iustlce gfl
whose reforming real lead- 10
rlition only lecniie they lack
hi- < essential of a reformer-
hnnulitv The sfory is told with
-kill .ill'! UM deMiiptioii of re-
note Indian hlghlui ai ire RHM
with poetical Imageiy.
The litle of Mine Own Exe-
iniUOMr is taken from a phrase
In Donne's De.H>fions. The story
. Nigel Balchin who
Sf leaving C'anibrldgf be-
.oiisultant on th* Stall
National Institute of ln-
Dgy. The drama
t-mrcs around an rx- -\ K
Pilot whom the unqualified psy-
chologist altempA* to cuie F.,|
those arbO know little >f the
and tangles
em life the book hot.1.1 be ii
1 I It I.....
to be the mixtuie a-
I a different bottle
Nilvr. Patricia Went-
Airth's effl.ient latl) .leteeti.e
good value in Grvy Mask, a
'inller about crooks In high
seta.
When a dmtik entei> a private
mental
. .- ajvthlng mlghl I
but tot .1,1 e of the
drunk. By the time he ha*
helped to solve the n.-
thf .lung on the slab ,m hoi rorg he II cured from alco-
tad has discovered the
ill* girl in the world
Pboti tq I'-'.mi la QusaiUn b
.to. tnj - i 1
inur.ler in The Man
.-. Led The Trains <.o Hv
but George Simenon doesn't
keep us rn su^urnce wondering
"who dunit." He k ep> ui
guessing whether the murderer
will get away with it and the
murdaret takes u* so far into
hi- confidence that we are,
rather relieved when h 1 s
1 Kiie to an end in a no*
unexpected manner.
(Vise Of The Curium
Bride is handled bv )' Mison. The author Erie Stanley
(iaiiiner headed the list on a
poll conducted by the American
Institute of l-ublic Opinmn to
And the most popular detective
slon unter of the day.
:t sink and exciting and
there 1- a court room scene.
The writings of Graham
rstadl no introduction
but, ia*fi.> of The f>ower end
-., The Heart of ike
Matter, linyhion Rock and
Tae gtsd of (he Affair may not
hi-ve heard of Stemboul Tram,
which has been reprinted by
.. things have hap-
paned ga Europe since 1932 that
the poliUcal uphi- ival which has
repercussion on some English
BO the train to Istan-
bul will appear almost trivia! in
view of later events An inter- '
; .111 e*,v!lent
I tack ground for a novel and
when Graham Greene Is the I
writer the details of the back- ]
ground and the human element
re portrayed with all the skill
nd ability which distinguishes
his master of the written word.
G. H.
pea
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Sves a book a special prestige.
ill's reprint of f|00 Nanie
('Mm The Shore by Susan ErU
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Moon- 1 v |1
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time
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Herb gained. Then aa McKcnl
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Rhoden'* and Hen
McKenWy i feat in in* 409 metre
Inal was not performed under
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HeUuiki we'
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*M t(, [KifoiiaaiKe ul Arthui
Win' I wt. > inU
*n> \rlhui had not run third
in this event that I w. :
o ihe dressing room entrance
rter the race to And out what
went wp.ng And looking at th<
line-, one a ill easily see mat
have lieen snmethh.,'
thj mathn with wim.
It will he remembered thai in
until on tht um* day
be had won thi* race in the lime
of 46.1. ThU. inetdentally. WU
ply .i Tenth above his time when
wjn the final at Wembley in
1MB. Yet In thai final he could
lo onlv 4. flat and finished I"
Ifth Place behind bolh Matson
and Haas.
Olllc MaU'jn of the U S.A., or
I course, ran a very food iace. Bui
: tin arag onb 46.H and I an
Still quite sure that Arthur could
;<-n Inm had ha run i-
| the best of hie tl.iLit>.
While 1 was waiting for Arthur
0gH ..l Ikig labyrinth
,.;;in I saw tiolO
Karo Haaa and hia Mam male
Gatotar being interviewed IX
journalists from some Oegrnan
Nm T '!*>' I w* * tmi'i'WaW'
with Haaa youthful look* that I
began to ask him some question
invaaU. H> Mnu very affable and
he waa the first to mention that
he head-wind In the back stretch
had taken a lot out of them be-
..re they turned for home. Haas, knee action which causes this;ap-
nidentallv. wa onlv twenty- Iterance He is also like Smith
' in that he never appears lo In-
going really fast unless you com-
Wh onflrmed Haaa1 story about the they are
Ind but he said he also made he never t
g bad error by beginning the low down
road too fast By the time on his run
he had flnish'-u iun.ni.ig into
the wind he had nothing left in
him to run down the home
stretch. But for this misjudge-
ment and the conditions the race
was run In. it is obvious that the
Jamaicans should have been first,
ecood sod third in the 400
metres. What a record fm l bssM
comprised of 5 men?
Moore grg. his teeth.
close his eyea and out .ill hi* guts |
Into one last effort to keep the
lead that was slipping
from Us grasp.

ul a if he would be the ?T__co..u,_d
Hut the blocks had heer
marked off at Arthur'- measure
be'ere hand and all that Herb was-
doing <**s trying out the block'
thur A* it turned a, lney handed over Herb had
out lie Americana thought Me- .aju.bl.shed about ,. two foot lead. .
*as Komg ,, begin and Hc had run metrei In 45.lt
".-m put their be?! man ,&. rM,.t lhan anv kn0wq I
10 run the first If* humim ^^ hi)d rvri rl|n y^ (
A| !.. BSSB 'he order ,op
"till nr " h'*wir''ck U!' ^5 now ln ,hc safe kecp.ng of George
!. .iJ^L V:" I*"1, l.W" Rhoden. and we found ourselves
until they were given notice to ttmnaing> tne ob)ec, of manv rudp
EJ" it 'ISL1': ^ Sfti! Wn> "mark? and loud cTpM a- our
rtT^K^T ^S .K1*"".' b^lTn fr'c"d^ bh'"'1 * U!
the whistle and the order ' line down
up ll, .t ere In the stands alo no-
tire.1 in incident which aroused Mai Whilfleld began two feet
'Hi.' JalMleassI all behind George and finished tw.
heir h-ind- around each feet behind George In the home
Other's *houlders and huddled to- stretch it did look aa If Whittled,
gather in a circle bending over thought he could pass Rhoden .
much .is one sees rugby player* he swung out from behind ban t'
doing m a scrum. After stavm* in the number Z lane But Rhoden
mo for a little thev dis- Just the typ* of runner to giv )
handed and Wmt went to the the tvpe like Whitfleld a headache ,
Mock.' Thev had drawn the out- Whitneld loves to conserve his en-
number 3 and the Oermnn" in Claoigw. who runs right through !
number J at one pace, he cannot do this be- [
Tfc -, ih. H-.di^t m.rL.-i uae the minute he slackens he
,? iilu -,kTli ha" lo-t TOUnd that cannot be
he high water mark of^cK.n- ^ ^^ Coniequ<.ntK
/ PJttw I ** h ,h* h^ twtch there was no
jr '..led ichr^ Mats-m who ,^
bast nimby toohs* This *es nS,nfBmed 7iead to the finish-
xetbock as the Jamaicans j-J. >j*j -^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ mbs^
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not inry the Americsn, nut the The Jamaicans h
whose first man Geifter
Inished just behind Wlnl. also
< the lump on Les Lalng
Although 1* ran well and actual!
pa
ad won their see-
nd gold medal and broken 'he
world record Three minutes. 3.
record* was thetr time
Thai afternoon in the stadium .
I the German in the hack one that the boys will not forge
One of the outstanding atMete* at the XVtfa Olympiad
stretch he Stilt lost ground to Cole.
who nridentally had been in the
semt-flnals of the 400 metres.
When Cole handed over to
Charlie Moorr { the world record
It was holder for the 4(fl metre hurdles*
to sec :nd I-aing handed over tn "' Kan-
hurry. After receiving thail
medals and standing on the ros-
trum to the strains or "God Save
the Queen" in the Olympic Victor}
Ceremony, ihey were presenter'
with the usual bouquets by Uw
Finnish maid dressed m th>
national costume of her country
? 2* &te*!2&XVl!2rz sett. ^t^ .^y=*
i -t link Id the Jamaica chain, thing like 15 yards. It seemed an
roars of the entire stadium they
BfiS-SMf*.'""LZ'..T ^*~*5J-.. '52' 5a"S.~f.idi
Were It not tor ;he time of the ,oniebody asked hir.
ace one would have ban tempt- thought of the team's
lead, we thought the race had
'nt W sat next to each oth
hsjj "old not sav more than- '
Ihlnk we've lost." I have forgott
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WHERE PAIN
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.gsidc of him and metres ;nd in hi. leg he actually
tn to accelerate or gained on his opponent. Charlie Moore, incidentally, had
ice he has started heegsjn George Rhoden In the
It was after this that Leslie U.S-A and although this was on
made hit. classic remark when indoor tracks, when the Jamaican
what he m'. assistant Manager. Mr.
., .nances in Vivian Days, and myself saw tht
rid to th.nk that it was slow. But thp goal. "Well", he said, "if the
he did it in 459. which is onl; otnf,r b,,,,, g,Ve mc ttt9ir iupoon I
.i tenth over his world record or ihn.k W1. WUI win"
'5.8. There Is little doubt tha
.vilhout the strong wind in the The final was a hard fought
hack streteh he would dellnitel; battle from the crack of dawn. lM>,n
'lave lowered or equalled the The Americans were delim'-
i.ttter In that case McKenlc. danger and nothing was given
might also have broken It.
which wouia even mm i ens >"1" uaaaaaaasp !) ..".... -^...~ ,,_*_
The next day afUr the 401 ,. ,ir,je,-(,f ,Unning in til* Janwi* to remain the same. Then down Pr-"'
net^e nnal the Mile team came CilI1 ,cftm wouid be. Up to the time the b ck stretch it closed ever so ----------
..ul for the lii-t heat* in th.- ,,,,. whistle went for track sulW to sllth'lv. McKenley seemed to be
4 x 400 rnotte relay. They quah- te taken off onlv'he manager and stalking hia man rather thai
lied very easily against Great .,,,. ^ ,heniselv..s knew who coaslng him. He moved with
Britain and Franee. who BalBhCd WM, -o-,,- to run ,he *,, lo,_ -rh,.
l*hind them In this order whii- oldvr_ & clirs,.. had been dehbci-
lite other trams. In this heat wen.- changed up from what u a
FlnUnU. i'akistan and Turkey ln XI ni^ htat;
school. 1 do not know how many l)ut ),, ln# Germans and Arn-
of us will remember Smith, as ln ..ncWls did letter times. In win- The Jamaicans, in fa. l. hit on
ihose days there were no Inter- nlng Uwlr respective heats. The little plan which was MkWjkflted I
SL-hool Sporta und naturally Smith Uersnans, In fact, ware very lm- keep then scciet. \Micn the Uin.
George Rhoden will forever re-
main in my opinion as the most
perfect quarter mtlcr. For style
he is nothing much to look at. To
give local athletes snd those in-
terested in the sport an Idea of
like in jUioo I w-iuitt
lik. n him to K.I.M Smith Who
ass running st Harrison College
when I rss a boy in the lower
, i irniien n uni uic ilka ii^ hi i' hi
!f-sj--2aEft-ra ss^^^g^
Scandinavian custom Put some
of our lournallst friends seemed f
think it was a Lntin American or
v.. rt fndtan habit of showing off
u* 'Udging by iheir remarks they too):
en a poor view of It.
And when all the shouting was
over and the tumult had died down
ho said It. It might have been we learnt what the boys had been
if us. bending over in a huddle for be-
fore the race. It was not some last
unute strategy they had been dr-
ying g
t and nothmg was givet. _We MetftVSd Mg^^.g "ft? minute strategy they had be*
u> them by word or deed Charlie M*ore On the dnitum Cimia- They had been sn,
i would even hint at wha the distance between them seemed _!* '
qulcknei
the -P
j Of strid.- that suggested
ii inter but with the ease of
the long distance runner. If ever
a m"> used his head in a i jh- it
was Herb MeKenlev In this one,
i not n
Rhud
ftcr he Tcft schoot.
. t Impression
knees ore bent all the
is running. Of COUM
lot be SO and photoiir..ph:
i-e It. but it Is a form of
if the
h.impr
with
rime for ihe starttnn blocks to be
instead of Arthur Wmf
Going round the second turn
the gap closed yet a little more
i ul Charlie Moore was still full of
ing at this stage. As they
il'ass sureTy
eun-lng world 400 metre put do'.....
m, and his team male twho was really to run ihc first turned Into the home stretch I
making the pace ver\ leg) going out to fix them against, v.ould -iy Moor,- still held a lead
,ndred Both these teams his measure. Herb McKenley wen of 8 to 10 yards. Then, it was
e presented a very real jut. put them down and tne<< obvious, Herb really turned on the
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RTABAY ADVOCATE
p\c,r n i vi v
Exhibitions At The Museum
BIBS J M T-ORSTf.R
Mrs. J M. Forster u holdim aw
exhibition at the MaMBjaft,
it i* to be hoped that her wort
will be seen now in other sjxhtbt-
tlon*. She hj.s travelled
and recorded her impn-..
many distaii' I, her
ayee we can miioj- glimr .
EnKland and Scotland, wander
'mouth Brittany and France, then
along the Cote d'Aiure to the
Italian Lake*, by ship to Majorca.
South Africa. Rhodeaia and thence
to Australia, Japan and the West
Indies. In such varying lights the
rti*t has achieved effects which
ore not only pleasing to the *ve
b'H are verisimilar.
Although these waigtvottiuil
have been painted over a number
of year?, they were not painted tor
cxmbilion but to record Uie Ha-
vener's impressions of and delight
In new scenes. These walercolouis
are not coloured Snapshots' Tor
Mr*. Forslcr has a keenly de-
veloped sense of rhythm, and an
CM /or colour and composition.
Her travel scenes are never over-
crowded. In some of her work
particularly those of Honolulu.
she achieves a charmln '<
which is found in the illustrations
of travel books of the late 18lh
and early 19th century. This must
not be taken to imply that there
Is anything arohaic about this
artist's work, for one has only to
glance at her oil paintings to
realise how vigorous her work
can be
Mrs. Forsters scenes of Italy
aim HunoiuU art particularly
well balancd compositions with
good recession. A few of her
watercolours lack this depth, but
it is inevitable that in arty exhibi-
tion all the work cannot be of the
same quality. "Sam I>n tle" has goixl recession, but the
Castle itself is too flat
owing to lack of contrasting
colour. "Shell Bay. St. Philip"
has unusual and subtle
for Mra. Fonder is acute enough
to realise that garish colours are
the least satisfactory for repre-
senting tropical light and colours
"Sospel. Alpes Marltimes" hnj an
interesting pattern of curves and
rectangles, and "Entrance Illaro
Court" Is a clever treatment of
depth and the use of 'hnrlnws.
..Its. Forstei .1 love <-l (lowers
has unwisely led her away to
attempt two tlowerpieces in water-
colour on a scale for which this
medium is not intended: both
"Spring Colours" and 'Tulips'
nouM have been panted 111 oils.
as watercolours these are too
large, although the colour har-
mony in each case is good. In her
smaller (lower paintings ihe irUat
Is more successful: Tithonia"
hi clear, clean and concise.
1 Aster Slmensis" is a pleasing
I .itinii.
for the shape of the flowers, and
May day Bunch" i: a fresh essay
in impressionism.
More recently Mrs. Forster has
taken to painting In oils and her
Ian paintings in this medium make
one wish that she had done so
rlHr. "Mr. Yo and a Horse" is
.. happy combination jf pattern
and colour. It is a decorative piece
of painting. "Codrlngton College"
ind "Mountain Inn South Africa'
TOO MANY
\\ OMEN
. The fact that 2.000.000 heads
. | housrholit- atr net gainfully
I or retired suggests
1 there Is an untapped source of
i m Britain
The Head
But that term "head ..f UM
1 onhoaf eaaiaad .i i<>i In homes where the
Ktif# and not the husband
red herself the head.
S the census leave* another
* t unrevealed: How many
Mtca nlle.1 themseln-
hi oi the household, not gain-
1 rui employed"?
i sr BAFVLBK
leu* shows 183.600 mop
MR husband*. .
i andl certainly arel
abroad But nobody knows how
Bglt woaMa living at
m i... ih. caaaug man
.railed put "wife"' aft-i then
.. keep their secrets
U**y were willing to risk a CIO
i ooiNuii;;-it*, rsomimanl oi
paopla'a wxrrts (tvag -**>>
uiui secret of the evnsus-iuvii
hi. ii m 11 um
Bail ol Britain I l.imilj
.' rim apeak -t -mi um-
i dhMertfOtai met will.
i Main tvj"
Ml complex i in Imm Ivpr .it
Utg olh.T" | t |
WATER COLOURS OF ITALY by Mr- J M Forstei
are her most ambitious worki. and
the former is more successful than
the latter, for the mountain lacks
solidity and one trembles fOI the
safety of the inhabitants of the
Inn. Codnngton College has been
fully planned and exe-
tuted. but the cabbage palms ap-
pear to need more secure rooting.
"Isle of Mull ha* UM charactens-
ticsoft light of the North which is
strongly contrasted by "Coconut
Vu-u on the opposite wall with
III u-opical scene and vivid sea.
Mrs. Forster's industry is pro-
digious. She also exhibits examples
of her shell-work of which bas-
kets made from calabashes de-
corated with shells are a pleading
novelty. Many of the artist's pic-
tures have their frames decorated
with shells in some of whin the
colour motifs of the ptt**'"!*
have been extended to their frame
in good taste. For "mall pictures,
however, large shells make for
heaviness. Her mirrors in mosaic
frames of shells are very attrac-
tive and will make welcome
Chrlslmas gifts, for these ai well
as her pictures are very reas-
onably priced. And. if Mr* For-
fter has erred it has been in her
generosity to the public by 'bow-
ing us o much of her work, but
her loss has been our gain.
NAN KENDALL
Nan Kendall's exhibition of
Oils, watercolours and drawings is
in Ihe adjoining room. Mijj Ken-
dall, unlike Mrs. Forster. has been
most ungenerous with her work,
Mart? one-third of her exhibition
has already bean shown lo the
public, and in the case of some
more than once. This artist has
not Mrs, Forstei'* colour sense or
her good taste. Mls< Keiulalis
oils have a crudity which might
have mil interest |d lm h,oik na.i
the drawing been betiei. but,
liaill Miss Kendall has more
knowledge oi, anatomy. Utis
branch of her work is not fa u-
public g../, l^
the moat pleasing in colour, but
the artist has yet to learn that raw
l*rutsian blue is a most dangerous
colour to introduce Into any plc-
,ur#- a.
(lias Kendall has |hg |
Vatching a likeness/' and her
portrait of Dr. Duly is a careful
ck. He: |ov of ships make*
"Starlight," 'Loading Sugar' and
' Full Sail" particularly guy 01 hi
[Sslgll for I'.iiiel' ! lively |'i"i'
of wuik with tatoraaUiig move-
mrnt Hei p.untums of Pavilion
Court are too bright and the reds
> Jar badly. <" .
with the impression that the-e
1 i hurriedly painted go
- emmgh attention gag
been p.n,| to tonal values.
The post cards of local scenes
air ,ii -htihtful. fresh and gay.
a n nuaai of graattng cardi
with a local flavour m souvenirs
Of the Wand will scarcely And
anything betler in Bridgetown at
then price.
Both exhibitions end on 30th
November.
Haw To Be
One Up
From Page t
after an examination in the coti-
sulting-icorn 'When undressing.'
tor instance, they will roll their
colour stud under the doctor's
couch, grope for it, and appear
lo "find' either a small medicine
bottle half full of creme de
., -i
imbedded in a meringue both
>upplied by Lifemanship Acces-
sories Ltd. Ii only remain to ask.
Are these yours?" in a plonk mi;
aana Of voice, and the
suits follow '
Well Read?
The section on eu Beads***
is interesting In this section,
roller i-xplains how to appear
well read without giving itook
more than a casual glun. I R
explains four of Ihe ways that
one of his Headers at the Life
College achieved Well
Kragaklp. ill He collected new
book-Jacket> Hid put them on his
old books (2) By upright reading,
paciaatag books In bookshops
ithout actually buying them CD
taadlag reviews (4) Kaapinj
Mm* blocks oi typt'uruten ntanu-
script alwayi on ihoai and saying
somelimes "Willie Maugham al-
lowed me to browse through this
before he made the final c
lions. There waa little 1
.>-.i\ which ana ol tnji value to
him. I feer."
The eruiptei on Hand* Ai
the Se**nknahla h ->f interest lo
Americans and BritM alOM I'.s.
Maitkhip, lit- ,Ii-m nbes as Ihe .w I
i; quile happy on a visit
t< EiiBland. to be 0B* dgnWH
i\ hili- actually being one-up. For
example, he says: '"Stand In front
of Ihe new latndon University
btukting. one of the highest in
Umdon ami "love it because it is
cm iint"' It ir. slightly annoying.
he adds, to the English to be told
that their English accent Is "per-
fect" or "sweet" or 'cute' since
Ihe Englishman rightly b*ia*Vaa
hat he alone has no accent
I.II lIII..!. I. I,.
The chapter on Christina. maushla i, excellent and should
be studied carefully, especially at
Ulll lime of the year The object
. f ChrbimM. c;iflman*hJ is. nays
I'.ttel
(1) To make it seem to every-
body present that the nvei\
er is getting somethiiiK Wt-
ter than he has given VOU
(2) To make the receiver feel
that there is some iniphe.l
criticism about the present
you have chosen.
(3) T<.....ke the receivi i lii l
that you have got away
with i praaanl mat looki
all right but wlnih hi
knows Isn't really.
"To one'* wife, of course,'' he
notes, 'ono gives the present one
wants oneself a book on as-
tronomy, for instance, or even
i ne on golf "In Ihe hope th,nt
she will icily slarl to play now."
Those who really mean to l-
one-up In the age old struggle of
the Survival of the 1-ifest should
start studying "One-Upmanship"
(Hart-Davis) today
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PARE TWRLVS '
SUNTtA*, ADVOCATE
Barbados
Bonnicsl Bul>\
Selected
1 True And Exact n.iu mmo Wtttfi
History of .
Barbados Service By
All Girl Band
Nol Coining
tt I
9 I'ra-m P.-r ?
Jag*: onlj
Famous
<>< rmanBishop
VlCfeM KUiasid* nd ber *j|
America All CiirU OrcftosLra will
"it come to Barbados *e wax mi.
l and Mr?. J.hn II., .. ,.,... rtr-w ,_-_ -, ., , ,. . *"**. reiTe^enlam.
Bannatyne. ch.M C ^ J^Vo* mTrS r. Wbdtai on Sunday "' <-'^""- LoocerU, Soul;.
Third Parade -- broadcast gJJJ"1:V**f_h" '
The winner and rum* .... Mrd ' G iiai i ..
Ml* eho-en from ;,. .<..:,* '> "r .....' "'""da* -si lc -
Ihe judges again anked Mh ;'""1< * Berli" ">*' !>-
S*ale and Margaret Cole bo HilM a -inooth level m pern <.-.<-, :< nburg mm 1B26. and *:" How band, but
parade a third time. Even- nd suddenly appearing ..: > "'<' ot thi Ev.-.ng. Ural di" " ccecd in satislying soaiic
lually Margaret Cole "rat award- Garmgiu He will also Mine theatre mogul* that such
ed third place. sights that .-".drew. For the last 1" "nteruinet* can play i
After ihe judging. Mrs. A W ilia more admirable when he i- >'J" Dr- Dlbehus haa been an m Barbauo*.
Scott, wife of Dr. A. W. Scott, tncounlered by his two mortal Uncompromising enemy of lotall- Thu i. Mr gssBW'l third at-
introduced Mrs. O'Mahone. and the the- t*r.anisrn in any form. He was a tempt lo get some up..
atkad her to distribute the pri7c< 'hal Ashes: for to *h:ikf lharn W '" '-' wh#n he showman to present a, world nam'-
When Mr*. O'Mahoney had (In- he keeps metre than hi* own f"0'"' a.nst dictators at th* band here. The other two
Ished distributing the; tr, and hia *l**inn'n of thr Hitler '""iw In offered Bvbadcs were fab Cnlio-
DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MORE
QUALIFICATION?
t. the
crowned the winner si Barbados
Ronniem Baby, and was after-
ward* presented with n bouquet
of flowers by Jennifer Burke,
winner of the first show
was held In 1MB.
Mr. Toppin then spoke. He
said that apart from th.- com-
mercial angle, their Principal!'.
Cow Gale Ltd., had always had
at heart the welfan- of lb.- babwi '' WOtwar, nor
in the island. In Trinidad, they <
'. as the 11 I
aan i Quarts* ol
en it b
whlrh
* the ^
'
.
et this great ma
it in iir.
6>Ui

lth "such vio- ]9aB iinrt wt* arn-sted in ItlJT but w
'ay and Tmy Davis, both of
- "k'""' ,,,(r,l* won him ac- *mch r. gna uieswtad i
',,p. *;'" ."* British Guiana and hU Celebnt>
y withstood Soviet Concerts circuit.
".n^hS*.^ ZH?L O""' ^"^ which ma, OSH Ml
BE. ofS!05f SVJLS^JSi
1 fun ntantChurch in Germanj on both " '"'"< Shearing. N..t K.ng
Iro, CutUln. wm Jo>e Jns.- Itu.by ,,ncl -.. Englbb

ot the Mciropolitnn ot Us In nr"
Cburch Th>' presented Lawrtooa Tlbbett, La*-
. All Qtrls Band.
Ii Urn
had nlready esUbUshed a CirvtI.
t(, lUl ic '* l>-m. Sunday iSrd supervise the flnak pubUak
billows go never so hi^h snd r.a*tern Caribbean Wntera i, without the help of ..'-a. '* ' ' '>( "Carib- Burn'lde appearance? in th;
- Vniees"'on Sunday. Mrd i-|^nd which commenre
the
that as time weni on. a similar under
clinic would be establWhed In I""'
Barbados.
He thanked Mi- O'M.d
for being present and for dl
bulinji the pri7e-, and
sar^vrftBa.-B w s ? 5 *. -.
atao UwikM ihr ludsn ,d ... >lnt> M. ! I tM i.bov., will fpnliir,-
^^,.^slhl tor the ocontoU.i Bui lo *!...; "' '> Ormoiwlr E. Tndd 01
S Ihr .uSJ* ol lhi"",n,. dSJ h^"" ,!L r*S
. and !! U1.1l madr hiio dnl) ? '' >l>pu tell Flih thiTf .re mi.,. I l..rIMi. nnd
When Mr Toppin hud llnljhcd on nor Din. ind IMrcfm. '""' n lonf poem by
speaking, Ihe parenU and Ihoae li load Uwt he imveU. I h.,v, *^r & Hoae or Grenada, en-
who were present Mere < ,i. BOO IngiK* frrm 1"' C"*V '
talned u guesls of Ihe poni* l.ind If hi- vi.y..e le to
of the ihow. port he muil hav, I Ipngjjmc it
nher 29
i Satur-
Lam/t And fender
Damaged
tun be
the show, norl he must h.>vi a iKuk t I?.. ?\SP 9 "H*." Cheapskte. St Mlehael
The Panel of Judges were Dr. much patlenie t.. get UUthar; If ' B 1,nd flWS nvgacyclae b> Ct.cll Plckermg Hls,
.Un Vaughn. Dr Qcoraji Bn sa he is Ihcie alnady: if onw '.,,.-., SI Miehael wei
left head lamp and right
fender of thc car M-810
in. of
I driven
"> Cecil Pickering also ol Cheap-
CoUn Vaughn. Dr George Km- f- sea he is thcic already: if ono '*!" ''.> ., Si Michael were damaged
tage. Dr. Eyre Klnrh. Dr thing he hath the ..<*. The Weeks Mtlsir when It was involved in an aecfr
Charles Manning. Mr*. Hasel ghlp .rut am -,..u i In hw van Muiical broadcasts from I-ondon ,j,in. ,, Hastings Rnao Christ
Hart. Mrs vl L. BD naarar tUt li II snlh| ..k begin with church with the car X-809 owned
A. Hall. Mm. F. A BMiop the mos* yane frigate Hi. .r ir.ll.c Conceri |l.,ir .,,, driven by Joshua Green ot
Following Is thc list of babies bulll which show* how fai on Sunday at f.HO p.m. when the Worthing. Christ Churrh, about
who were present fm ih.- Una! >auj l art. .UC SymptWMU Orcheatra con- $40 p.m unNov. 21.
i '-n Sargent, -------
.u lh graatesl lempc-i he never prWenU llaydni Symphony No prank Martin, ^n.l feetriover
Compass, noi .,n,t ,. ( .,nd Maitmns Piano (
he needs not, for he Is never out ceito No. S.The solo jiianlst
of his way. SrhMhor 'hen hJs voy- V
i Lmme "' ntusl
ARCF.ILLA PRILL18TIA.
Daughtei of Mi and M
Nathantvl Holder. Hank H ill
Road, St. Micbael
MICHAEL GORDON IIF.NDTIBgON.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sealft ol
Hunte's Road. C'arnngton Vill-
age. St. Michael.
UAKOARET EN A.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les-
lie Cole of Wistaria", Nelson
Street. Bridgetown,
JOHN.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Edwin
Taylor, of Springer'- Qap<
Blndsbury Road, St. Michael
KAJtOIA f ATRIC1A.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Clement Hill of Fontahelle.
Ijinds End, St. Michael.
LIONEL,
Son ul Mi. ana Mis. 1.
Biirnett. of Tndoi P
Michael.
JUDITH rMOOBNE EURETA
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. O
E. Held of Valley Road. Sailers
St. George.
CIOELT,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E
Bayley, My Lord's Hill, St
Michael.
rUTBK ALBERT OEOBOa,.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Ceeil Joi
dan of Windmask ll.m <
ChrUt Chuieh.
BETTT I^ytJ,
Daughter of Mi. and M
Graham Evelvn Chan of "Sil-
ver Rhyne". Worthing. Chrll
Chuich
ANDREW DAVID KENNETH,
Son of Mr. and Mrs Austi
Marshall at HenrVs Vitl>
Font*!- U.
JACQUELINE ELISABETH MARY
Daughtei of Maim am
Noott ol ComU-rniere S-hoo]
St. Michael.
CHBI8TOPHEB AUBREY,
Son of Mr. and Mi (.'<.!,i
Wilhams, Any Hill, S; Oeorg.
VimaiNLA mai'.v
Daughter of Mr. and Mis. J. D
Hamilton, of Banimtyne. Christ
Church.
District "F"
Got Most Rain
Durtrlet "p* St. Joseph had
heaviest rainfall mta) n
when two inches and 17 part
rain were recorded In that area.
The rain began about 530 p m
increasing (o heavy showers
about 7.30 p.m. keeping resident-
in that area indoors. There wen
HO reports of damage, only slight
landslides in the hilly districts
Figures for other districts *
District B" Boarded Hall. ...
1-arU. Dialrict "C Rt pfclUp, U
parts. Dtstrict "IV Si Thomas
18 parts. Dtstrict "E" St. Peter.
nine parts. Holetown. four parts.
Belleplame. Si Andrew, 57 parts
Four Roads. St. John, 70 ports,
Crab Hill. St Lucy, 17 parts.
- the same time on Frldaj
ill the B.n.c Coneari :
Rudolph rirkuany, fhi Orches- B B. C Chorus tend
age Ik- for pleasure or pTOflt, we tr. < i^ it nin UM Thld PTO- Leslie Woodgale pre.-j-nt an hour-
re > et to seek.
gramme at 9.00 i>m.
NO 2 TO B> t:ONTINUED. (e.,tur.-h compositions ot I Qullter
They'll Do It Every Time
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ORANGE JUICE
Cooling and Refreshing
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reminLincy.
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( ourse.
rellee Promotteo Ceerse
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WllrKKVFR FINE CARR arc (atherrd.
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... i|. ... cases, uccepted as Ihe Krralesl
dollar value on wheeia.
Huve YOU lesl-driven Ihis lou-cosl
luxury ihe Five-Slar CONSUL V
Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Lid.
I.A8TIK0N RESISTS THE IT E A T H h II
C loudburitt, acorching sunshine, expoaure to ail the wind, that
blowtSajr make no difference lo a roof painted with Laatikon.
For garraejaed, aabestoa or shing'ed roofi Laatikon ia ideal it
never fades, crack, or peels : Ecooomical and long-kaatinf
Laatikon is available in various colour.ask your dealer about il.
WrUMLS mi
'All the best features
'are found in the
Hercules cycle
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PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES
i'ULAK ICING SUGAH
TEACHES 30 uz. .
'IOMATOES, Tins
CORNED MUTTON
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SVNDAV. SOVI Mill It
CLASSIFIED ADS.
Trit-WONE 2I0S
IM HI II SAIKS
REAL ESTATE
ill INKS

. Edward.
Archer
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IN MKMOKIAM

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33 II H-ln
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AT Mm>NRA MILL
id hmm
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AUTOMOTIVE
Shower Bath. Electi eit;
.
tot Car*, May au
AT ONTAIirj I.F
A Lari
;it'*BN SAIOON NEW *
..MSP Black .III. leather
John M Bladon A Co

.'i-leton.
i.eral condition
I IMOi

lie* Can be aeen dkatein t Crape
> a m 1 1 pn
n ii a*-in
. h.,i; Mfiaga . .Lent condition Phone O
.Sinner Il or MM. at ll.W hi
Newly i*laliUrpl
Owner leant '

n ii u i
I Alt
DON
lope."
*jo Bq
One BSorcv 1 Bern mm. Very
Good Condition, "-r S.tdS en. ft,
worthing MAIN Mi' Htam-oi-
Way In Sea. Oolrig lor Only MO0 Nat
A 9 Baareat Im O-od aa Nr>i Si.-*
_ ngalew. about 11.0*0 -a ft By NAVY
G.\IIDT*N 3.f*Ml Nrl
IN ItEl.l XVI t It A very Dealreble
Patlly Stnnef J M-

. IM No* Aanoat
J IMriam 'Partly tawi Itunga-
ihemt * -I II AT UOVT HhLL.
Going; for Onl> CI.M0 Net IN MI*>N
- A >M> I.MM Pr*-nlaee Beai-
-. A-l Buatneea land. Can YleHl
KOMpm. Vacant. Going !
Net IN SriJtON ST
llcdroom Ke.idencc. Cut Yield about
m Can alao Make a Good
. Going Ii
Only **.* Net A freed H-nldlng Site
at Mnw-ll HUl. about >. Am ~
for Onlv II cb Hit pw iq It
Kail Known thai D P da Abreu
" a
IWtogj pas*, au
a-nwi pd Navaa, t foe*
Galvanie* then. it of lim.bjl eft
- ether .U>4 turn
. ASH
W.ll N||
S,.,, I I., ,.|
Ol Bar,
bag. of dam
S1RARIX
SIDE neatly
Call at "Ullvi
,-1
, .-,,! aBM -
ANYWHERE DIAL !
i>r
Bough".
Una Vauvhall I* h P Price
Apply: U W Hop* 'Good
Uraan Hill. SI. Michael Plum-
ii Bi
N>v.lv built nti.rwa.all bungalow with
t TM .quarr ieet ol land al Plna Hill. St
Michael. The houaa euntalna three bad-
room., living looma and convenience*.
The above property will be act up lor
ale b.' public competition at our Oraee,
Janata mil Ml nday Mlh November.
11*1 al 2 p m Par in.pcellon dial JUKI
YEAHWOOD A IKlY.F.
S.... it....
ii isan
Mini. Mark,
Owner lea v tog laland.
I. Phone tl-SS Campb*ll
CAR- Puid lelact Car. eicelient eon-
n ! 40to day-llna " nlsnl-
DM tnat.ee BaaltH. IS H SS-ti
.in ha nail al . lax
(tied Into a near** (
n Au.tin TO St.in.1
I.ood mile* DAkv A
I pickup .
W..K..T iy>-..<-
Scott, Middl.
U II S3- In
(.OtiliRlltt'l In lovtai mcinoty of oui
i tnar M.ilvtna Good-
-> departrd IhlB file on
Bar e*,d tMS
i Dear Mother I

( >adnew .till time over u.

' new
agc>.
i b) Car l :m
Chandler. Villio-iit Waad. r_. ..eat Waid.
Mr D
I :..-..;..
i ,1ien. bm>v, Metvlu Jean.
anutnlit ClarhM HuiEn, Priand
1 II I
I"
FOH BENT
IIOISIS
'
aim.
l-t Detain
,. Ntnallabo
a II a an
, I. K.. .
Manakm
i i i UN BOI I'll t)i* III Ihra
:. I.. 1,.,.
Dial UK.
IS M bS-4
rAKAWAY Pull;- -urtilahad 1 I
room bouta, st Philip to-.v l,ige>una
int.t. Watatinlll uppy. C-rpart 3
Bananl tootna. Monthly rant SSS a>,u>
Si rlaaiuuna ,ha.r. IN ADVAHCX. Dial
HSj I ll.M--1 It.
LN -u OUT' -Olbb Be-. :
had on the era. Suitable
loi rouplr Ptum Dacemb-r ISM. At-yly:
i'U.W III*
I It n^T at Manhatnn.
'
i"AWi .ird la'age. aneloaad yard, rudna
reiq a|l model n convenience*. Apply
Dial 330S
a 10 14-t I n
Two
lai a* airy
ffTIt ATM ALLAN Buckley, lot Jamu .
Piiih (urnlalied
IV..i BBB W II Mt I
TWO HaTVt.1 IMII.T HOUftM*
.-. ,., .
i. bedtooma. OUUns
and ba-
'
iKa Mr- Kenneth
flatunioro > ii sa-an
IJai-eintH-r unit Jan FVb
IS II .3 J-
__________OFFICES_________
QA n WD C#T r. JackaotH
brino mad by lit'
Poiion ''"',
Hlod Appl-
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on MarMUy.

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turr* 30 >mU
mm :i mbN.
excellent condi
md battery. Du
. A Co Ltd
13 II S3- Jr.
JOHNBONM HP Outboard Motor-
IJttle uaod and Mi Al condition Appi>
*' Altryna. New Caatla Plln Phone
.'-IM II U-Sn
TRACTOB- One 111 Maaaay Harrka
Traitor. ISSI modal, only worked part
ISU crop. Apply: C N. Raace
in, St John Dial SS-aaS
33 It M 3n
IXECTklCAL
.lll.lHlrt one Anipllller with I
P M atataker and Ptrk-up May
boufhl romptate of aa aeaarate unl
npir Bto-o Ci Jamei A Koabu
b.-i m n.ll BV-.
auufje artn.il Uarrd
I'tvno OVruid Joidm
13 II M-3n

n. bun handlra,
i ra, haap _,
1 handlaa daar anal da_
iwrnaWkon Baucapaiut
"2&
AaCMBM M.KKMZU
DNDBB THE DIAMOND
HAMMUt
In .
on Thurul.v i .i mi
I o'clock .1 Mew-
KHia* over the brtdfe
fr* pollard Term, ra.h
DABCY A
Auctioneer
nun i
I'N'DER THE DIAMOND
IIAMMIK
AI'CTIOM OAl.r Ol TKKK
I wUI .-II by auction at lido. Ta
Hay Btreet on Prlday 3B
Maaa one 111 now o.
k Thla truck ha. a dvnamKal
need ihaa.it which la S3 It 10 Ir
loaa and U bu It for lone hi. at a lo
ling coat. Maximum weight a to
Can be aeen any day at the Ta
Cab Co
D'ABCY A SCOTT.
MINI A KH Ml
U.ST
.sir-.1 "
niviiii
Mill'
1l CJ#I
HMCOXANEOUS
Brw nisi 33M aiisa- Sn
Ca.
IS II I
WAN Tttt TO HIM
i;ALOW Purniahed o- UnfurnUhed
I I bedroom, iiminf mom ar
- Gardena Boebko
Ttop Rock Contari Box Tl
^ 33 II sa-in
.....- .
1-1 III II NOTICES
ling 1.3S0 aquale leal
of land tagether with lha double roofed
chattel houaa with thaajroof and btlchen
*hed and outoAVaa and pal In K- inerr-
lul. .nl. in .ilnale at llolborn OfP.
>: .d. St Mich.'I The abdva
will be act up (or aale -I the Office o(
the unrfrr.lgnrd on Thmaday Ute rth
.November IBSa al S o'clock In the alt.r-
IIAYNEB A GMPTTTH.
land together with lha D-
thcraon. Tf further partlcuUr- A| '
Charlea Cheewnan C/O tiayne* A On
No 13, High Street Phono *\T%
30 tk.M l!.
SIRAITAN, Dolkriln
Savannah Apply to Mala
Boyce ft4 p m dally
Boad, near the
IS 11 v*_ in
The t
lufehr i
nab ajtrrei. BfbsaaWwn,
IIOT1X. Balhaheba. Bt. Joaepl
on 1 acrao. 1 rood
Trie hotel which
Friday the
'uii't:
tUndlng
|Sa
mparabie
Maw
H'lt.MllKI-
nitMrtai as Miai: riKO
AOaaUMINT
Call in at UidL.
Depot and luve a look t the war
ilara. China cabu
IV Alt
A SCOTT.
\l.l,ll,- Sun-
n ii
.iri'B c
i.d.i*e Wllh lull
Odkra proas ana '
e Largo Mahugam
Ini(ith Mil nu I
w Larder Dial
UVESTOCK
awepl' by lha Atlai
reein. contain! a apacioua loungi
badrsoma. each with runnina waloi
11 wllh lolWta and balhai
Tha oMatpiany'a olacWicHy and waUr
nauiloa,
l-l'-fUon any day b. appulnimaat.
ii.. i ssng.
I'or lurther parUculart and condition!
J tale apply lo_
COTTIX CATTORD A CO
ollcllo,.
ill*
ml daalr.hlo ahaalUnghouae called
riUiALE" altual* at Oraome Hall
Terrace. Chrl.t Church Handing on 13.031
luaie feat ol land
Tha Houaa rontelna 3 open g-llemw.
rawing, dining and b'cal..-t i.-.iu., *
badrouma each with running water
kitchenette toilet and bath SUectrlc light
gaa. Oarage. 1 tenant." rooms wllh
lollet and balh in yard, alao orchart
li..[.ii linn every dwr between Ihe houra
I 4 and I
The abu

I 1 pm
(A run:
no aoon ai
il llOHJOt. CART AND HAHNR
aalo C liar bet t St Tudor Sttyei
Cit> DMU MM. Mil &S >
Puie hrrd Alaatlan Sim-
Itip, Dam imported i'edi-
.11 Pr. S50 00 Alh-i|i.
k IVItt .Pttona 1 an>
to-dav 33 II aa-lu
MECHANICAL
CAHBU Ka>
ml'i Oroan 3 apx
. in perlect wotkli
II. ! J...H ,n I ML.
U II Hwls
.Nan.., i 3.draaer
le for .m-ll bullncM
. Hioad Sirtet '
U II n.-3n
rOULTY
ruULTHY
i,hi.in an
N OBBSI
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIODBB O* avary dear'rlpUon
a. China. oM Jcwela flne "liver
irrroloura Early boobt. U*v. Auto-
uha ale. al Gorrtngei AutHjue Bhov
fining Itoyal Yacht Club
> 1
I f i
..tola. Bwim
i Ranging Ir
i IV1IINSON '
Toys I ! luanr pirlli
only be h-d ol ili.utv.n-
i lnah.de can. Plaaaa,
H)AT 31 x T " float
rrla Marine b.gine H.
all and angina In fl.-t
II I.I.M.Llllllg. Ol"|
icl Will aell in whole ol
Ir.id aiMi.liH Hea-n <
I Maaalah O
> lead
- rngllie. hv
I Yacht Clt
Skinner
IIINOCIM-ARH BchuU-
German make. IV (old n
.-.J now beautiful leather
100 00. Apply Realb
iS3 Boebuek Stiaat. or
i Hil'kRM ARRSOL PLYSl'RAYB M
i>ra u,ul ObUlnable (ton. all laadlnj
M In two Mioa 13
11 I
OUTFIT Ona Haleigh Reducing out
]i- \l (.11.-1 -mem b) guar
a lha RiHaM iwiaona u
iraal moon;
M II M in
NOTON A, SKALY.
ia.ll tl- 4
.i-.ii. A we.b>Tey Dv.eiunai|<>*a!
Mltiata opooaite lha opon land ot
Waleetoo' at KAOIX HA1X BOAD,
at Michael, -tandlng on aa.oil iuar.
leel ol land and containing S badrooma
utunl publH loom* and convrnir-nce.
Electrlcllr, ga* and Oovornniant Watei
urnrei Inatalled
Oarage etc In vard
llinnrllnn on application to At it
HiiWhmaon neat oor
Ttie ptopewy will be t up lor salt
by Public competition at our office.
FOR SAI.K
aUbacnmt now to Ihe Dally T'legrapb.
ngland* lending Dally Nawapapet now
arriving In Barbadoa by Air only a law
daya allet publication In Urnlun _
Ian Gale .- " Advocate Co, Ltd Local
ItepraaenUUva. Ttl. MIS
t.4 I
- I
TYautS Hpeclal Oflct at Bed'
I'f arc Truck and Car Tirea 30 B0
U. 000 -IS SOS-16. e00--i Dial Ma"
Auie Tyre Co.
.- II M l-ln
Tin il v
1 *
tude real
-ill Ift- Pl-ining Machine.
Wood Turning Lathe with
.""" c"""" a^SVSf
VOBKNK enda Dandruff an.
healthy natural halt to all. II
utlrimg w.lh dandruff tt> a
rice only Mc KNIOHTS LTD
potU
U~3n
VOSEMAR The natural hair
i.l lollow tha direction, and yat
< delighted with thi- It ''
be Obtainable al KMliHTS
XMAB OUTB
...,7 srsnB
.nil Dreoaea Thi
Ii..
at ii
mot I
lltoad Blieel
oiptb i-aa*
You may yaieei
Til. with Klpp-
|< SO. The Modern 1
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
OBBTBTOBI. ABTDiOS
LAND FOR SALE
A l.w choice housai spots
i tha South We*I of tha
Itocklcy Gcl( Club, adjoin-
nig Golf Club Rim.1. on bus
tout* to town.
Tlii.i' spots li'dk actoag
lliu Golf C:oufa on one side
and over Blue Waters to
(tax-kley bay on tha other.
Though you may not wish
to build immediately, the
purchase of Ofta of thear
ipots Is a good investment.
Full parUcuiars froan
Tha SBcraUry,
Rocklay Golf & Country
Club.
(Infer the DiiMd Hamur
By In at ruction, received I ram Hit
Hulae I will aall al hat houae 'Alcott "
Worthing on Wedneaday next MUl
November baaDnnlng at 11 M o'clock
her entire lot ol houaehnld furniture
wh-ch Include* I Buah rocker*. 4 low
Ruin cliaira, reading lamp, -1. 10 tube
Kadhxiam wllh aoUnnallr record
yer, Catrnahio dinma table, relrlg-
i. i-ni ted tablet, larder, linoleum.
Ingle brdaleadi wllh tprlng*. waeh-
m. clothea preaa. drraa ng table*.
ner oil rtovc Punching machine,
it, urn utentlla and other
>( Inteli i
.1 AltCY A SCOTT.
Auctioneer
n ; i :,; -*,
NOTICE
tit II VBIBNDI.V "OrtlTt
..... II "!.
APPi.lt'ATlOKS ata inv>led tor two
Hi ot mote eehoierahiirt offered by
i*nS*ri M the Chip Wellaro Prtandly
BoeieVe beginning IBB to any aecond
a i de -hool In the laland
Thewa arholarahip* are opened to
member* or tha children iboy* and
Mr o ol memben n tlialtened clrmm-
atancee of Ihe above na-noJ Baciety
UtS age B-noUrahlpo will be awatded on Ihe
lull, al tn ,
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
i Tueeday 19th by older of Mrt
Boyce we will tell her Putniture on
3 riaf "Whitehall". Ha.i.ng-
which Include.
Btenainn Dining Table. Sideboard.
p..rm. o -ppllca Ion t-ir be 1 ,| ,i
the Social Olflc. Swan and HUl
atui
dw-. sth Dacemtaer. IMS. up |0
J W

Bat Mirel
13 II SBSn
t.OtlJlVtll VI VOIItl
POatl \
Apptlcatloft* are invited for the post of Superintendent of rubllc
Works, (jieiioii.i. on contract for ituee J<"
ALARY:
The salary of fhe post will be In thr range from X 1,200 to
1,500 per -Tiruim jicoidiiia! to the candidate's expei icnc and
. addition, a transport allowance at the ratal
ni SJ1I sear .uinum H poyabaa. Cost of living alluw.irue la nol
I ,bl. c
1HTII |
The Officer will be in. ill ilutias appertain-
ing *o tht oatVcc of Super in ten dent uf Publsc Works.
Li addition, hr holds the follow n-.B appomlments by viitut
of his ofrlce:
Chainaan of the Central Road Authority;
Chairman of the Central Water Authority;
Chairmau uf tha Quean's Park Committee.
M* inbci ..I aVfjnl OOMV Boards and Comn..
I! arltl .ilvi lie required U) untlerlakr such OaMgf liulit-
from lime lo lime be imposed on him by the laws of llic i
or by direction of the Officer Administering the Government.
QUALIFICATIONS:
The Candidate must*be a Corporate Member of the Institute
of Civil Engineers nnd musl hove good Administrative expei MOOa
and ability.
QIARTER8:
Quarters are not ordinarily provided, bul if necessars. c
Miiemlion may be given lo this guastion. In Ihe event of quarters
h.'ing pii.vided rental will be charged at a rale not exceeding
10 par c-nt of Ihe officers salary.
LEAVE rASMAGES:
The officer will be eligible to earn leave, provided thai his
work and conduct have been satisfactory, at the rate of one week
for each completed period of three months resident fcrvice.
Free first class passages are provided on first appointment
and on satisfactory termination of contract, for the officer and
his family.
Leave passages are nol provided.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief Secretary. Wind-
ward Inlands, St. George**. Grenada, and must reach him not later
than 31*1 December, 1952 23 11 523n
Of
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOS-
PITAL OF THE WEST
INDIES
Aim Chatt* with tpnng cuahWnt.
Vltrollle Top Coffee Table, O-lYBtneat
Cock-Tail Tablet. Mactric Floor
Lamp. Bound and Drop I .eel Table*:
Lady a Daek Rocker.. Wnggon, Berblce
Chair all In Mahogany; Ola*, nnd China.
__ Service*: Buah i
Cham and Rocket. Plat Top De.k.
l-hlllm* Radio. Morn* Verandah Chain:
' Bediteada In Mahogany and Pin.
Dtio Bprlngt. Deep sleep and Fibre
Maltreat**: Mud r*te*a. Dietilng and
Uclalde T.blrv all .n Mahogany. Cream
TDinted I'tew. Drtaalng Table*. Uedtt< d
C'adlea. IBflh Chair |tc >
Bedatoad and Bpilnf. Pic....1.1 Hi-fi.* '
rai t US monthal Bl pe'i. .....
Wr.t ahi i.ie Brlrlg.ul K t..
Cabinet. W.tc Item lans-r. Fnam TOji'.ui
Table, New Palke 1 Bu'ner oil - (
Valor Stove Kitchen Table* W
and tjten.Ua. Baby Heling Electric Store
gnodi Oatden Boa- and many othoc
llama
Applkallon* are Melted lor the post
Hoapil-I Manager and Secreuwy to
a Un|var*ity College HmdI. Mom,
. H W I Applicant, i-.uat have
Iperlertce Mt arganftallon and nunagO'
in' nt and ha the control of labour
Farther rwrtJculafa about Ihe peal may
be obtained irem Ihe Heap"al Manager
and Saeealary
The aalaty of Ihe poat will bo In
cele CldoS M IM ler annum
Ike comnianclng aalary Will be
< .ppllcl
y.-rlence and qiuillltcallonk Deduc-
RRANKER. TROTMAN
i Caafe
CO,
I Mil K THE SILVER
HAMMER
ix. TtxiiMla} JTtli by order of Mia*
I t: T Boyce. we w.ll aall her Ft
ure at "Btrallon", Dalkellh 1
- Wfckli m.ludct
Good Pedeatal Square Tip Top Dmitat
II. I'.k.r,
id. Liquor
CAM. Settee, Otnamenl Tea Table.
lU |p nukigirl; Cheitnfleld. Ola a. A
Chlaa. Plated Waea. Po,Ha. e.p,H>nli Dial,
COvara, iiah Knlvet A Porka. Cut'
Dominica Mai. Druggctt IM-Hado.
Thine Plate*. Picture. Oood Cede*
spring and M.ntre*a. (heal of lnn.it*.
W.ianetaiide. Screena. Qingblg r.l i<
Very nicely Catved MagSc Mahog
lAntaruel and ttfr*'-*. Tiea
Ug
Machlnt
tx.i.mtl
reeaea. Screen, ai
Plant* in t'rni.,
rlana Ba.kett. Caianuma. i.tne. ana
lire lot of Otchlda
Uk II JO o'dogb TKRMS CASI
RANKtR. TROTMAN a% CO.
tinuisuBi
inn vniivii.
Appliratloni ahuuld lie mad* to th
Cadmlitre*., notn whom futUte* patticj
in may be obtained, on or before, lot
in Ihe IMh Deceaaher IftM.
ib' the l*t March IBM
IS 11 S3 Ii
I.YM M SBOOMDABY l MOOl
BPBY STBKIT
The Bhbance r.xamlnallan ol tht
ill be held en Monday SU
December al 10 a m Parent* am
Guardian, of protpective pupil, an
leked to communicate wllh the Head
iieatet
All applkatlon* mini be accompaiv et
rlB Certificate and Teetlmonla

Keadtoechet
i ifeaj
..t |
\B Tbit S-hl prepate
_jrh (or o touerei cettin.
ration n> and IM tl
OH NAI.i:
ROAD SAFETY
FILM SHOW
'IT MIGHT BE YOl"
and
"WOHTH THE 'lllSK"
will be shown at the
Bridgetown Pla*a (by kind
]>n mu-ioii of lt^ Manage-
ment)
at

Mulders of a
raattad fREF of i hargk
Ulna are worth
while seeing.
1( T MICHKI.1N,
Commisaioncr of Pollci
21.11
.mg .11.
a rental al Ihe rate of
. if meirled
i.m- al the rale of IV-
SHIPPING NOTICES
JOHN
VI.
HI VtfOS
*r CO.
v i -. F.v.a.
r.xiiMivp i.wuuo of i;ota
Cla,. I'roprrlT an. Land
M.,i,. l,.ul,blt
FOR SALE
1 f'rm.r
s't-W Ptl

. il hv a lead-
ing arm .,i
a ardlobea. I..rg.> drawing roam.
operala dinrc im n
wiih b-rikl-.t r-otn. and k.cge
pantry The garage
t. iggtan m*j aaBM kaa bu i
at-r .-.I qianU I i-U-tiic light
Thla property I* rltualed In a new
and -elect re--lent 1*1 area liom
r ana fine panoramic
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
SAII-INO PBOM ICBOPS
S 8 BOSKOOP Slat November ItSI
M -I BJZAtimi BOHNHOPlTN
ITlh Movrmber, 1ISI
M s sTTBTok lith December IM3
M S HFBA lath December. ISM
- in im, TO rUBOPS
M S WI1JXM8TAD 3rd December ISSI
SA1I4NI. TO iKlMUMi PABAMAMBO
AND mill in (.1 UNA
M S NF9TOB asti, Mnv ember IBI1
M S STTKNTOB Mlh December IMS
aii i.vii io iiiNintn a
MS AGAMRMNON Mlh N.....
M S AI.STt.HTAL J-d December 1BS3
S -. noHKOOff> th Derember ISSI
MS KUZAHI'Tll IKiHMIorPKN
it I BAt'AO OM.Ii nth December 1M1
S. P. mi --us aON A CO. lie
Agtala.
i nu mi
The Il/V -CARIRBEX'' will
accept Cargo and Paaaengara lor
1 Dominica. Anllgu*. atontacnat.
Via and |t Kllta. Bailing
ajBaj 251" ii tt
MOMUCA" will I
i..l PM .i BO I I
Anllgii'. Monbtetrat,
Nevn and St Kiltt Balling
Prhlay. Mlh tnal.
I W I SCHOONER OWNKRB'
ASSOCIATH.N urrc.i.
'*
he paid
iilKatlani In writing only. ttaUng
'lualincatMn* and experience, and
* the names ol three referee, who
renonal knowledge o( the appli-
nd hit work ahould ieach (he
al Managei and Secnrtary. Uni-
Colleg* Hotpltal til the We.t
Mono PD. Jamaica. Il.
it then Ihe 13th of Dacamlj-t
VWIMMIMIMS
l.l Ml Ii' -
r.kan Dontur*. kiUullv tepaited
t or iraetured teelh replaced: Quick
,. Squar- I>"l Dental Ijabonaton..
uuek Street lOppoaiie Co. I Cola
EXHIBITION uik bv Mtt J if, ,.... M 1 r.l.' .A p. IhaO gMg
r Nan iar Si am Kendal vannah. S p m at -is-Bui Barbadoa Muawwm eth-aaui. daily iday. 2 30 p m X>,
Thr
Thanksgiving Sfnkt
of 0i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
i lll'Ki'll. tUr Street. wlU
br held on TUrair FveBlnr,
Novuntar nu.. U 1 o'clock.
18.11.52.3n.
Ill \IIIII1S LIMITED
AUCTION SALE
Wrdoeadar, SSth N*v*me*r
lha.
mt
AT MM aa.
On Wrilneaday. SSth Noiri' her
and ThurwSay nth November.
1U3. tv* order of Mi t.eoige
Cuthberl Bckateln. * will tell
the uinitute and I .>ld effe.1.
..1 bar rraldance. Caaablanca.
Manwain Coa.t Boad. t'hrlM
Hitch
rlude.
latge -atrti
red t M a> } .
vel ehalr.
UCC lo >r,
. h. . and 1
M -II ..te. ,, .
met, dining
ita. carved
rathj
'-*, linen
" k -ith drawer.
clr...in, tab),
mn mooi, *iim> Itqi-u cabinet
With marble top. nil the above ate
mahogany Plowet ba.kela, photo
i| h|.,uit baaket.
-awuce boat. S ten icti- tinea, aalt
end pepper act. S aalt cellar* with
apoona, awcet diahca, rhceae knlle
- II ilerllna !* handle, bullet
dUli. large waler lug. ml glaat ico
ir. k-Ueae. laitb .tetllni: t.l
IvDldat. and apnrmt. milk
tugj' -I W pitcher, and largi
waltei. all ol HTTCBLINO SU.VF.R.
Vaiea, cocktail ah.kri-
tugar and |am bowl., n nee diJ..
cak- baakl-U, bieed tray, btead
(K->rd -nd knife, .wrrt dlahea Ath
d lurk raanMoka, gong.
.Tint art bull*! ditli. all BUvat
Plated M tMei. All.,a Mcakln
dinner and btt.ikt.al aal large
nan I painted glat. vaag, JapaiiOfe
'fee ari. h*a>pci. iiaad aaaMMj
t. ..et. Oavenp'ii PeUn bowl.
,l_u aid ladl> hand painted
platea. veaea and Irult bawl lo
i.l-k. Alh-ad Maakln _uc baal
a' .aiidwlfli plait haBtincrrd
r bowl, and wait,, u
l*J Mt t-.el edge w.ll
aJve.
XjmtMi -i
I IS SO
aMJH l
-
,. intin>i : mg and
luinlx-iking inallreaae* "ha,ulU.
iWl. J
St*gW. double and .in.:,
. |a wood and gg 11
Rtnner
. '*"( ii
Jteb m kej .ate -le. IHc fan*.
laa-trr. collet peTColet"r. orang.-
Dorraeyer Mix Maalet
rin:.
uriaM

hot
Kml.

and i..hin.
all
i a.
id tot'
balha. concrete Iwna and pota.
metal angel painfa-d tilver. cat-
lienter't tool, and many more
Hem. V.ewing Sim ..it motninii
oi aale.
TfaTaMB CASH.
REALT08S LIMITED
Ciiiiiiiliim National Steamsliiiis
aOUTBBOlMB
audlaa iiii.ii
RORTHBOUND
"alia "all.
Hanlrt.l li.lifai
. H Nov M NOV.
Artlraa Ball*
Barbadai BerkeC*.
8 Dec. S Dec.
Arrlvaa Arrlee* Arrive*
Baetan M Jake Hallf.i
dm. t rv-
M Dec 11 DM.
(at lartkir *rll,.l.r.. apply la
GARDINER AUSTIN
A CO., LTD.AgenU.
"Mr. THERM
doct it again!"
See the
NEW
(iASEL REtRIUEBATORS
At your Gus Showroom to-day
opcruling b> NATUHAL GAS
und for our country friend*
KEHOSF.NK
hlltlllX CUTLERY
ol all description:
SPOONS. KNIVES, FORKS, FISH TURNERS
All obtainable at
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
cnr. Broad & Tudo
l.VVOI \ KMf .#
We have jusl received our first shipment of
NOVASEAL
Compound lor undercoating Cars, etc.. to proteel
them against weather and led. The cost ol under-
cooting will be approximately $25.00. Please conununi- J;
cale with COURTESY GARAGEWorkshop Depart- ;
ment, for appointments.
22.11.52.Sn. S
??
THE BARBADOS SHIPPING & TRADING
COMPANY LIMITED
ISSUE OF 4,% CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE
SHAKES OF 1 EACH, AT PAR
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Imie of
the above Share! will bo cloaed on ihe 31st Docembcr,
1**5S\ No application will be conidtr-d after that
date.
These Preference Shares carry a fixed Cumulative
Preferential Dividend at the rate of 4Wr per annum
and rank as to Dividend and return of Capita) in
priority to the Ordinary Shares. Dividends will nor-
niiillv be payable by half-yearly instalments on the
31st January and 31st July in each year.
Investors desirous of obtaining these Shares are
advised to apply as soon as possible either through
their Bankers. Solicitors, Investment dealers or direct
to the Secretary of the Company.
By order of the Board of Directors,
COLIN D. E. WILLIAMS,
Secretary
saiiMMaaaaa
laaaaaaeeaeaaaaeai
...d the bat
,,.,. -1 !! agadj .
nary coal and
town rtmlte.

appro* h to IH acre. .. requited
and the ptlco a.ke-l
indeed We can a------
li*Ug vety highly.
mtinitTwooD, Si
I l.-iiant sad
winch mellow. BlTStj with If
aurrounding* Own beach ftontiiae
Three bedroom*, living loom and
dining mom. kitchen, aepatate
toilet and attower, wide 1. ghaped
verandah looking taa-watda Bep-
arnte gatare -nd -ervanlt' loom*
Ideal aa......a good
rr.idcnllal quarter.
llFsmi-NrC. T1IB OAKDEN.
WUKTIIINQ Modem coral atone
bungalow on corner ailc with
wide ftontage* Pleaaant garden
with flower bed*, lawn, concrete
potto, and number of beating fmlt
\i-commidalion comprlaos
large living room, covered tallorr.
. bedto " win built-in teard-
inbif. wcii fltic ajtcbea. gaiata
a lib coveted wiv to hotiae, er-
raaar quarten and all ueual
ofllc*. All public utility teivkeM
one ol the nu" Mttartivr hntnaa
now available in the medium price
range.
MALTA. Si '
re-modelld botMS i I ma-ive
. acre flowr aarden.. lav
' ... .Me*
i^ach. targe liv-
ing roi.ni. 3 double bedrootn", I
bathroom, both with tuba) mod.
rrn kitchen wad Imtlet'. pantry.
down.'air* I. fhe Inundrr. gnod
(Or 3. 1
ataae. and itoreroorna. Full pub-
li. M.nce. pi i. own deep well
with electric pun pi BMhl of BBS
over beach with tuperb bathing
Opportunity lot a iti.criminal ng
buyer.
LAND TWREDSIDR ROAD.
Cicrllent Iji ii.iv or bmlnoa* MM
BUM to
ma.n road ovei 100 ft One of the
lew available location, in inch a
good po.ition done to Town cen-
WUaaMDBK MARINE GAB-
DENS-A .ub.lnnlial roomy pro.
pertv on an allractlve and
valuable coctiai .lie ol neatly '
acre with lenmi lawn, flower
bed* and flowering nhrub* Tha
v,alk trom the entrance gate, a
palaalaa tm.cn Man urea ot the
general high .l,nul..nl of rtm-
atmcuon The room* are all on
one Boor and conalat ol a front
en cloud gallery. well pnen .-
tloned dlninil
Ixith I
kl
houec. d-awing
DCM 3 dotlbie
rf ronma.
liemooma an-------------------_ -_..
a i ed bath and < p-irate tollal.
TJaual aervont.' qunrloro
araae The .lie ronl
|
1

ind club..
Ag
MIRAMAR COTi I
i charming
beach houae in a perfect netting.
. i
a i> tn ng t'o i-irinil can ode'.
private ground, heavily planted
H.i iltrub* of ma/iy

room, good verandah faring *ea.
I bedtoom* with baalns. I bath-
room*, modern kitchen. aervantH*
I latage. Rare oppor-
tunltt to acquire a reasonably
piked property In *uch a good
...... ... i
KB* BUKGAIATW. BLUl
WATEHS Itccrntij n.illt home of
i
level a.-ll talosd off thr grwaag,
large living room. 1 good airy
bedroom* all with built In waid-
tobe*, tiled balhtonm and ahower
plcaaatit and liar able modern
kitchen. good garage and
lervnnt*' quarter*. Paved drlve-
yaq ,.ni v,.ii..i pastM ga tttmm
Site. Thla property ha* our

.M:l;|-.(.Ll.nil M.im
mdly

i lload
i 1..
MODERN HOMF ST _____
A luxuMouelr appointed raMdsSn
with four bodrnutn*. 3 Uled bath-
rooea* with hot and copf. wafer,
i.uller'1 naatrt hitch**. aMec
tiitnti* 3 gar.igr* Tl.e gtound* aie
iraartl) laid out with a pro-
'uaJiiii ol flnwering ahruba. Own
righi of way lo aaa.
LA CABITA. Hochl.y New Boad
- Compact modem ton* bungalow
well dealgncd wtth ccntial living
town, dining or bedroom, large
main bedroom and amnll .paie
bad'oom or drcaalng room, tiled
halhroom with la4e*t type tub
bath lupptiing hot water, airy
verandah, kitchen and garage The
round, ate about I acre well laid
aul with liiwu, profualon of
actiiba. flnwer had. vegetable gar-
den and roung fruit tree* Eniv to
un with minimum of dawweUe
hetp and vcrv >uitable for retired
people.
erected In 1*33 when
building matetul and workauia-
ahlp wne of a 1.1 gin r itandard
IMh I* u.uaii, abtaUted today
Tin. ptuperty ha* a drawing room,
dmiog room, kitchen. ar.U break -
feat loom and 3 good bedrooma. A
wide gallery tun. on ) tide, and
complete privacy ta obtained
Theia la a two car garage and
Ihe Ute 1* 13.000 aq. ft with mod
Und. beanng frull tree* A good
olid homo obialnabla for a TUt
onablc flaure
BRN^AM Sherlngham Qar-
drna, Mavwella PKaaanUy altu-
alad modem atone built bungalow
with -bout , .ire and right of
aay lo tha aaa. The t<.Hiding la
lonvanienlly planned with a larga
living room having access to a
covered front verandah, break fiat
;.
private coailal tealdentlal
at |g feature* r .11 main' ervicea.
A aafe InveaUnent
CASABLANCA Man well* Coaat
. t.undirg preeorty em-
bonytng th- ^ne.t pre-war wwrk-
' .ignr-d lor eaay
running with ; reception rooma.
4 bedrooma. vrrandah, kitchan.
penlry, garaae. itoiwrooana. etc.
I actee
. r a-.d vraetabkt g*tr-
: ..ct.*c orchard and coca-
"" sera waited
garden may be told aeparatrly aa
a bulldlruj tile
rluUUco. Italldlaj
p..i tat.


SI NOW VOVRMBKR 23. 1952
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
rv..i rimes
liOVHJ>MlM NOTUJ
\ inawowu mpaktmbkt
l*.i.i.i-nt ol Water |||fi
CONSUMERS who have not yet
paid water rates in respuct of the
'"Unit 31st Dmrntwr.'
l52. are hercliv notified that un-
ratet are paid on or be-
i November. IMS.
M authorised b>
Waterworks Act
i the water from i
tMi in re-:
m ... h ratee are,
fiR off the
kali nt. and .
lake Droere^lna!> to recover any
imount due 23 11 52In
* IM.....<.......'
CHURCH
SERVICES
i *

Hi I Mill 1-1
I
Haaj Ce*-
Cltaral .,.--.t..( II uft
>. Sunday
'at Tj p
' a baam ful Seen.
..llano -in
.(^rnvtiul Bupti-t i
-l .inn-. IIK1Hlll><>\ XI I. II
Ua ,l.u.i. .... N Mi.ta*i
1" n TtuoaaglvMfl iwi... mm
Srtornn Haft >< CalMwam T*
Dtrtiii
T pm VMpm and B-nadkction of
ia Bla.>eai Sar'ante-ii. FtBrmM
CaSPbrant in* aVvta* ernw> 04 VIEW GUEST
IIOISF
HASTINGS. BARBADOS
I Longteroi Rau*
J M H request.
.'-rmtiienl (.uapta
welcome
Dinner and CorkUll
Parties arraaged
J. H. BUCKLAND
l*ropriCtor.
*** >*?
P*VNM IAV *,*.. Mi P Da.r,,
H a a o
H Mi. tan a n. air C MrAl-
UMJ. MCMOBIAL II " Rev K r
Tower.. I ID 7pm Mr D *,ii
BANK MAi.U-( JP m M. x>
i m Mr E Bra amONTllUWH- II an an G
P m H*v U Mil Mill
M, B K Bamaii
I H.-U- II a ,n Mr It Uraa.a.
I'-.
,.., | .
I Tl.
: Flidto.
.. '..- .. ir r < BplBadi
Ttti. ill Pa Con-
ducted l Hi* Bets. 1 Bum CUHr
'IM Aa-lalpnl Fa.*,, i and Mr. Olaa
"">" Trap pukllr are
leed la attend eur tuu an* ol the above u.,-. rnentianed
tb -i m iui t in-iorM
-.1......I... nil. Nt* SOAP
' Ham MatIM at* *ern. Pre-eher
I"1.....\' Mi.lNU-l HI U H
rnE*T. SnixMii a. Ill
- i racier 1. p Bl UlMlat
'"vip.Nv. -pip*-* &
I U p pi Soaah.,. f>,.'"f w *
nr* l"e**>
rivf
v wr a ~i,ivii )
rn- rt. vj K P Hanaan will -.re. .
Ilka "'' al iHe redular laMniat. |
aarvlee at tha VIC* Haooj .,.-. .
Hi.* aflr>r>.-n
-dav ntiuitl Itictr w- I
aiulir i.n-it -niif at n>nicn *a>ra"
.-..iuil Th- ftavd -4
Ctair Tutar ar*< the prt*nrr
Government Notices

VKHIiir tmiaatlrnl MatfJ-aJ Srrvke. I.eHeril lUaplial
i -
it the Vwilmg i
: lieremi
The *alai> p*-. ^utr U
.11 be -i
,rep fiom

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; Mffm i information mn 11
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smda>> Ham
wadi>aada>> p
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I PPM P.. .*
Mr V 1'. t -* T Pi PAvnaoap- pad arrma>n.
I p r>. -, i j i
I"! Klllll t, a* Mr C Jone
MWMV-B.1% an T J fu:

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Q liar
Dl-IHK-r
t-w* i p frovioiM r. ti a ia Ml*. Brraa.
( p m M- ln-trvr
VAirxi
. !_.. Mi. L W.iir-
1 fervrrrB n , Mr h
M
Till; Kill I i; BROTHERS
Item i ml their friend* of
their
Rirlhnigiil Danrr
at the
St. i.mr.r HoeLal Ontre.
El let ton
On SaUirday Nliht
29lh November, 1952
ADMISSION 2
Music by Glenn'* Orrhe-tr
Refrephmenta, un Sale
23.11.521
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Mawi
pita,'"t*'
Bpv S. W. C
'-ll*ndar
r MotUr*
bh-i_\ii
-hi n.. t
BMftBWsriri*v
troaa* T p m Mr
Hk?n- II a <
M C P 1pm Mi
Bundar Brhuoli illpm r--n<-h.i--
arveaa BMrbadoa for Chrtai Campaign
I " arpMI) Unilatf lvr Paaal
il F>i.ni->.> Frtdav BHh 1 a ro
Ipaakai Hr. K K Vpp-Hl MA..IO
I'.i I i
plara on Snnda>. Oat Till MmlfWrUll.
BBBUWPB 1'r.ri"). anal Wall-WHpna. ara
.IMII-.I
: M la a-Mpj Evan n* Pray
-r. -Hi *< l>^ Ihr K-i I B..^a
f|<.ra. ihi ^ubftvi aXU ur *si Pa-n
- in iha Cnnnlhlana I Cm
rtiaairi i Varan 1 a Nc\i M M|p
an i Paula lif*. will br lha Saronii
Rplitlr i-( St l'a-1 In it-- CotifiUuan.
Cfu>iT Pradicr on. Monda\ Wadnr-
, da> r-nda> at 7 p m
at**
UlafcP !* rNa
(-> RW II
PI: 1 M, anu.
iniotn ?> th*- iP>irt
lean and in) flaw
m laBPwau rHataaa. ifa laaapd>4
ta Paa i. *** TW BIpWi Tii
prearnca i- iria fciBPHi M
r.n-i M i'
..!-<- < BiallN -HI * * PV
alllflitilpa *! Baaar Pdv
il i* notirifj lac r< i". .i
'he Speiiht*town B-an, h Libra
t*?r 4lh. 1952
At the Barbados Annual A<:rK"ultural and Industrial Exb
on December Srd and 4th. IMS, the Public Libr;it> will have ..
Ixtoth on dl*plav u ihr-
By or.lei ot the Tnaffh i
RFTTY GRIFFITH
23.1!
Don't be
an i-i \mi m
Pnaw i
a... '
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pippM -
era ra .lay appn
BiVtll KUAO
PCrtoot
II lit I..in
iu io linen <-> "i.-n Uimb'1
pea-i M*n-
t p m m*r BadHuaWn. II

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Br
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I SarVtra.
rnlna
C.N.S.-
Still
I III IIAIMH
m
All-HOI .YD
skrvhi:
CANADA A BERMUDA
BRITISH WENT INDIES
* BRITISH GI'IANA
featuring.
Fast and modern
Motor Vc**els
Ample refrigeration
space
Superb accommodation foi
twelve passengers
Carriage of inter-istand
Deck passenger"
A steady, fortnightlv
OUR Main Interest
To loslo anil facllilalf
l-lwrii Canada and
ilw Itat Indus f.ir iheir
nalual lienellt.
lor ALL-ROINI) SERVICK
TAST AND DEPKNDABLK
Canadian
National
Steamships
LOCAL AGENTS
(, \iim\iR Al'STIN & Ok
Ltd.
Lowrr Broad ~u.'l
AUCTION
SALE
AT
i.AuansTox-
I Kr BOTK
I o-iimrrtiH
Ti
| Mr
lipnaa ol hi. Furnitura
lid KHrcf P fcaWd UalcnB
vtr-wiNO MOpattiNi. Morria CtiBafP Hi Bprlnl
Cualuona. Ma*. tana Sanaa.
Mah Bot'ker. Mart Hal Stand.
Mah Double Bad wttti Sun-
mom Spnii|. Cadar Booh-
Caat China Cahtnrt. Mah
Dii..i.| TaBlc. Mah Taa Tiollay
pinind Chair. I SinfW Had. with
S.mmoa- aapapja. Drop La-J*
Unlitd TaMa, Wrllti^d Daak
Drai" T*at Kll.hat. TaBlaa,
nadnila TPBar *.h i..*.i Dpal
Fru. ifiian. t ti T.ili F .Idtna;
irr.i Urga Mirror Ira Bo*.
C E C Bafrlgarator 1 cu ffl
Il yr old>. I-rdar. rtapp Slr-p
and Fibre Matlrawa. tunalat.
Doubla Fli-p, M*U . PltVoa
a.lm..lar Chimmf Cloafe. Valor
J-Buri*. tlnit Bahv Bak*t >Od
f. Hud* ttMBf.
pTaciaron WatpMna Marh M Ba>.
Cama-a. SOAJvanir.. KltcMkl VIPB-
Ml.
Ti"l-
CAtrtJ
!^i^'
i I '
Maa>
l.HA Praaakar; Mr O R Lpwl
Evanmc Barvk. Praacha*.
(-ULNBCKII a m
I'ta.i. hai Mi W SI
.inn *arv-a. Piaarhai Mr. W Saw
MOVTCiIMERV T i- .. K*
lea, Plaarhar Mr I Weak*.
nt-N-JTOMBE 7 p m Evar.ua Bar
\lca Ptapchar Mr G Prancia
H'OU HAI-Tlot I llll II
ladar Straal K r Baaaaa,paalat
SUNDAY NOV SS
MONDAY. NOV M T M P M
Tha Chnatian aounrl flln. '1X>BI> Of
AIJ. will ba ahowri al tha ehuirh You
I with Colaa.
Toanaand. Incmai Hol-
WEDNEBDAY AT 1 M P.M.
Ptalaa and fnnf Mrrimi
ntlDAY AT T P M
C hoii ra ha or .a I.
SUNDAY. NOV MTrl
Al Ihp tveriing aarvlCP which baflni
M.iiHf i ln-C-h i
BAN* MALI
it a n litvit-,
Sarvwr Ba.
:
K-l-l.v
ipa
faiaW.
.. K-l-
Divi
'V
COX *>(> I. a
I p in S inajav RchaaJ
riTm vwjAOi
| ai Srhool
, r f p m Divina
Walk*., Mlnlatar-
lHv.i .- -.!...
Map. Sunday
,-. .1 |
aWrvl
all Ra.
Itch Germs
Killed in 7 Minutes
Uapptna. I'.-lln. Uurt.ll. '.
ainonn, I'aoriaiia, Ha. kiiaa.t..
PMIplia, rV,! H.h tapaa ardla.iv inaiaaaat- g)
lapipoetr* raiiar bacauma ti-y pa
kill lha f arrt cjuaa Tha utw diacat
ar, Nlaodar-. kill, lha -.n>. in )
mlnulaa ai"l I* aaranlaad t.. a... a poll. <1aar. allra.loa. a-ia-ih >-.
Sana ......
ntw, v kaa Gal uar-maad
h lad-rnt i i iod
Nixoderm ,
Tar Mklm TraaJflai !**
i'PI.IC ATltfN IIIIIM SUM lOK 1KAIMM. \x MIDWIM-
AT THE MATERNITY TRAINIVi; UllSflTAIi
Application! are mvitod from Niirtes between the ages al
35 for training as Mtdwtves al the llarlanitos MaMtrBit] lln*pital
Tha couraa of training is avwilablr oiilw for Nurses who have
[qualified for anil inn\-,i ihcn Qagpargi >;,,, IMl. i"i uhcatea.
The cotirse will extend DV*Jf .i parlod aj tc)vr monlh<. and will
I commeiiir a> l'i Eclitn:u. 1953.
Application-- I ttaaaMd hi the Mnlmn Matetinii II
l pilal. Bank Hull. St Michael, nn.i must be 'uhmitti't noi htfi 111 in
i 15th I>ecemb*r. 1952
23 ><
PleaaaM, rfnr-hint BNO'S Fruit Sjlf t* the gemle corrc^r-
nott of us rieed to keep the vjtcm regubr. It ii-t^'"l :'
; -rnlng livrrishneii. toothing and icttlmg t uM Moan
iniuiMPte food or Jnnk. BNO'S tafel* relieve o--1--.
tequrnt cause of indigestion. natulent.e Of baanburl
..main* no sugar or harsh purgatives. It >\ r*'
.nytanff *th s delicate MoaMk.li. Keen Y-u* hNO'S landy -
PART ONE ORDERS
i _. s.. 11
M.J-. t
r v.i Miiitim *n
araiaaaalai.
i.. Rfi.mr.il
I
.. BMSi .ui
wmla. hOMtnpa
II Naa. a
I lMt ho..r. on Thtirada. T He"
mareh
ind aMrt pt.llea. Salt -n>l
14 Wad
LISTENING
HOURS
NiiVLMiirn n i- .
:>. ,1.
DB01.Y SEBJKANT
,r..l. I
Ttiatrtai
Sunaai
WfXK rMJOCC
II* . p MM
1 n Th. PJpaaj r. ,. VnStad
Bsp .. | Ganar 1 A*f ply, 30 p.m
Sunday Hall Mf, 1W pro. apt
Edur
aa1.| alStM 1- ".IM
OP p m Pm m Ttia Blbla. S L p.m
Enrllah Maaa.i pm Proi
PSBnais and 1 TM pi Th'
BMaaj 1 1" i. t. Hi i* News From
Ml't-lf. TIS 1 m Ca tbafaan volca.
I m mm pa. plaBBM I.7IM
14* pm
R*.l(1. Nat
Sunday Senna S IS > n
ireai I JO pm Webar. Bio
pm. Why I Believe. BOO p.m BBC
Conra.1 CMcheatra. 10M pin Tha Npar*.
10 10 p m riom The Editorial.. IB IS
u m Lundon Foium
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2* IM1
PP pat ......... BBJBM
Ml Nfwa |0 pm Tha
1 l>

\Al.l . U0 pn n-ivan >
11 rtw i. ;im
,. p.m .-' l>i >. B 1 p.m M'jjvIi-
nd WallMiia. p.m Bpoaf
l-.u-u-.,,! md 1 mma Parade. IBB
rh. Nawi. ! li i ppBM New.
rx.i.i 1 | m Book* In Bead
aJal Talk
' ,:w a M pm
All ipnk. will n*ad-
Th' Ka*.me.t will pn
I>rr.- Shirt- .hciila
Darata.
IL.i.l prat-Litaa Bill ba held at
:.2. ,,t in hmir.
ViM.UNTABY SiriirTh
Thare will Pa a VoUiniar. d.
at 1MB ho>in OnVara at* ail
Bubfact- March Diiclpl
Mt'SKrTTNY
Tha I. M G A M C will co
...d WedrtaMl M p m No. M
S?aSS SS^T,. n. ^-.... ?.. a.
ao No*. M imniadlaial' alta-r tha Pol ca Band
nHUOUY orriCER AND OBJ>r
''Ordertj OflVca. Uaaj E R <;odd-.d
Ordari. MB SJI W lllan... E D
*"' '"l*allv OPi, .i I LI H A Mu-Wnd.
oXfiy Ra. '- *i' IssiBBssM. h
H B DANtEa- Caplafn.
AdMUnl.
Tha Barhadoa Haclmat
siuti i -
SK jRTSm. w <- or*..- m~ am .
?.*,,i:,AJf'!:, i~ Mm. .... i- ... " ""- raaa.
will be publitrted lain
PAST M ORorsv
T-HB BABBADOB PJOlatXWT
SaTJtlAI. NO
i lUVafl

TBS
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TJT H Ba'kar. n V
IM Glltann. DC
Tg* .. Huddai. T U
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laTAV'B PriMlap.
AM PM N.trar, C I'
BQCcv. ,
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1 t r 9J|| i
i Al.
mlad S BPMaSaaf ! "*f "
Cllflon Collaga, I II p n.
-. B p.m Webar. 14*
aan Burvey. ton pm AH" .
rt. fl pm The CP-tiui (
Your .MaMaelton is invitrrl
"The ROVER is a ver>
spMial type of car,
Ihp search for perfection
ha hern unremiltlng . .
The ROVER has Style.
Comfort, r-'iii^fr In:Jit
Controls, Fxonomy ....
ia simple to park.
^^P** Ituilt for versatllily. this Li it
four-wheel drivr iill-ptirposr
vehicle of high performance.
REDMAN & TAYLORS GARAGE
Eno's
Fruit Salt
irVIXUUl
iwiBaiatu \* ' m
til g in iDali in
hill"' .i
moit rnfiM, .n
JaWppitsaftfi -
lasting )r**knc
...ih imrtta rau io vmi our
TOY wKBhuunutivt
where wr hi
* a Lovely Assortment of TOYS io suit
ChHdrtn of every age
XMAS WFIAPPINr; PAPER. XMAJ CARDS. GirT CARDS.
ii \\W\S TREE DECORATIOMS
XMAs ntn UOatTR
IM. I .i \l.il Timw. and dm.i Pat|M la
llrlni Almiu Ihr KIDS
BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., Ltd.
(THK BOOM FOR II \H(. \ I \ i
N,. in. Boh mi.ii 'PIhmm MM. MS :ism
Tun,.
a,,,,,#,a,,,,,,.
M4ra ??
a un* economy MRS. HOUSEWIFE!!
BOWRANITE
AVTI-COKKOSIVE PAIIVT
The Relentleas Enemy of Rust
The Proved Proleetor of Iron and Sleel
GOES FARTHEST -:- LASTS LONGEST
One ifallon will cover 700_i.ooo *q. feel, one roal.
Stocked in RED. GREY, BLnCK in tins ot imperial measure.
PIIONK 445
AGENTSi
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.
Select these early before
its too late.
a
SHELLED ALMONDS
lb.
WALLNUTS lb.
I't-MKIXS A CO.. LTD.
Roebuck Street Dial 2072 A 4502
AUCTIONEERS
I. Blam-
* C.
t r s its.
PHONE MM
l*LANTATIONS BI'IlaMNf.
Broad Sl>aat
SAVE
YOUR
HOUSE
BY SAVING YOUR ROOF
We have in Slock
BEST QUALITY HEAVY ALUMINIUM
CORRUGATED SHEETSH Gauge
r. h 7 ft. H fi. t ft.. Hi ft.. II ft 12 ft leu-
Alas
ALUMINIUM GUTTERING
18 In.. 21 in., 30 in.. 36 in. wide
aai
AI.IMINIUM DRIVE SCREWS
IM.VXTATlOX** LTD.
- n,,?
THE OLD MUST GIVE PLACE
TO THE NEW
THE COST OF LABOUR IS TOO
HIGH TO-DAY
FOR THE OLD LATHE AND
PLASTER SYSTEM
For Economy you must Switch to
New Methods
We can supply
HARD BOARD and
FLAT EVERITE SHEETS
AI 1 <> in/if lit iff I'ljr,'-.
4 KVril.ll I UIMMIII >l
Corner Broad and Tudor Streeta
'V i t h the in, eduction at
..W.I.A.'i new L..C.3. service
the Mats available for travel
up Io the islands ore almost
.'.... uird. For business and
pleasure, for getting there
quicker, with greater enmtort
,.M
II W I ,1 PlMIMllBl I Hi Bldg.
Lower Broad Sireet.
Bridceloun
BWIA
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS


I'\i;i SIXTEEN
SISDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. I IS!
SfH-it-'hUtoirn Itiiunil-t /-.
Lasl Of Lady BoateBIglVu^lI JnSEJS
Bills B'dos Goodbvei To Break One
Rodney Off W.I.R1111 WavRu,e
S.S. iJ'Hv Rodney, which arrived in port on Friday
*m night for Bermuda. Boston and Halifax via .*"
md 1'tiis was her last trip to Barbados
m ht'im :. I \ *
tite Wcs.1 l~< ^ r* *I
( BadUa (Mi*lrurlor. CaaadlM
Chall'Rtar nd I *n*dUn t ruber.
lend. of Cupialn
. I id. Rnd-
Ihp vessel yestei
bUn -bnii voyage." 1
thai lha f art
, -.-ran Captain l^aBlaiW
hip Mr. C B. Griffith.
Acting Police Magistrate of
District "A" yesterday lined Julian
Stuart a labourer of Codrlnftor.
Hill St. Michael 25 to be paid la
14 aayi or one month's imprison-
ment with hard labour lor assault-
ing Police Constable Addlron snd
, m $ for uing indecent language tm
Ik the ..-..if bO Com- Tudor Street.
big to take- nail rhe offences were comminw
One way traffic regulation* n
SpeighUtown had to be broken
>. a truck
Working
: iaj
Ri.-hi.lo
i ihe near future.
THREE Aft-lVALff

( ;>rll Rurmont. Alee*
p rtasW Hid Alke*c and were all
'
The lk*.nnl bi i ived from L-an-
Astteiik brought bacon.
u-cWed ^ee(. preserve!
....
go Irom Auckland.
: Airlad.
A (|ii il "" w**
ajaag I'arlner
r [led pork
oked meats, shoe-.
nd roucn
e lumber from Quebec. Mon-
-ind IlRllf.m.
im'-'hc-Ti'.' i
jiarrov. roads and the ft-rp cor-
ner*. It went straight alons: Queen
Street and on to Or.in.:'
LFCTtRE
Old Scnoiars of the Indian
Grtsuisd mixed school turned out
lumber* on Thursday
night to hear a lectuie by Miss
I! 'Rrim is tress of the
Aatwandri s. nool. st
PairW on 'The Mind, Body and
Soul
HALL ir-iiMi.n
November 21. Stuart pleaded
not guilty to both charges.
i <*onslabte Addlaon said
that while he waa on dute on
Tudor Street on November 21 he
reaid Stuart i_slng indecent
Siuirl. kicked and cuffed
' "inpteri to arrest
him
WEDDING
LAURIE-CITTENS
MR. NOPL HACKCTT
Governor Lays
Anglican Church
Corner Stone
The cornerstone of Curacao's
. i rutrvri being buill
laid bv His Kx-

S, A A. M. Siroyckcn, on the
\ t St Matthew. Sunday
.-. ; l.ee 21 Uit. In tin- pretence ;,, lhl. bUlck -Uo
2000 |
Thi Aaaagajbiy H;.M. Speights-
ewn was filled to capacity on Fri-
: K N. R
n of th.- HtruJ*
rM .i lecture arrf
i hewed films on his n-.eni vi-ir
to Canada. Mr. Husbands whs the
l.jrcwdos delti?ut to thi Com-
itnwealth Parliamentary Asso-
- atton
The audience was comprised of
.idults and school children
M. it u 'to stage
a similar show for school i BtaflNn
of schools In the area at the
.Speight stown Boy S. r.....1
night
TRAFFIC
Queen Street, which la i
doubtadly the busiest
Speghtitown. especially on Sut-
g>N bsOBsMd by traffic for |
..lout tin miiwt.-s yesterday
morning. Lurries, buses and motor '
ears caused the black.
I iir til'iik whs cleared after ,i
bus at one end of the bloj'< rr-
verred for about 12 yards and
another vehicle at the other end
versed.
DO YOH KNOW
-that whan yow swalUw/mir
luod it aUrta on a journey
which f-kon 3 Of T.i.-n.
covering a, dlsiam.i: of 30or
40 feet': This (.ratllc moat
keep moving coiuf.i'.i/y.
otherwls'' your dlgeation
becomea disorganised.
Then you feel out-ui torti
it.-1
There*.* nothing likeapark-
ling Andrews Llvii .--ait
to prevent siu**t8hiien'
\ndrewa. the. gentle laxa-
tive, helps the wot
mechanism of your body
to function easily and
regularly Remember
- \ :***'W,***Sf*S**'S. VrtVAV-VAV-V/VVWA*
VERY
I LOVELY
tXDEED
^ \ou Should
\ Se*#' I h<>nt.
JAMAICA STRAW WORK BASKETS |
AND
JAMAICA STRAW BAGS
TRIMMED WITH RAFFIA WORK
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd
I0.
II. 12. 13 Broad Slretl.
..'.%',V%'^,'^,.^.V.V^..VV>'.V*,',-.'^X^',V^^^
Nnv.'mbOT 15
''linn '"<* Z
In Chmch "f
II |..m. when Mr. GJ i>T(U*itMHliliK -'re Ihe Trv.\TY m\
cir Mr. and Mrs. u'ttlvoa of the CPIM. Th.- (IlKhway Cornmlauoncri it
11 J ..._ Hi I- Amy, Nan, An Font ..i,.'r.nirenlralina their
( ride MM r, ,, ,iai A. worK i,nir>. ,dl id lkci.
lent, dauali ci ot Mr and u. p;ir|sh Pried belle.
V, .1 Hayne *"""," ,'*' p'?" Il Fi All-n .1 0 Holy Crom
BIHC Vlllaae. SI Phlll|. Th.- ,., performed th.' ROIT.II s. %s
.er.monv *a- lu'ly cnot I *iui liU.s of ih,. ,,.r,niony. --------
Vr. G. C. Wiliim nt thr ..raan. rri Ujaoll was read by Mr. For the pan few day. a strong |
T. > Il Idc ma ,itti-ndcd by Mlaa ,.. i,lrc,.l0r ..f thr New Port south-west wind along the
Knell, (iiul as MaH <land has been
who wi.ie bill, orjanta The unv .,| UlC aloo.. -whlppini up" waves which have
..ridemald :: Hie Misses lira Al.,. ,,,, Bxi Ueii<-. I....I lie- >-*" pounillrii the coast. The
Jones .nd Delore. King The ,.,aIcd ,,. .,..... ,,.|. waves made It diflleullI for nhcr-
Oiil- .r the Mhocs . ,|..... ,ed.r.,l SI. .inci s nwa using lenders (or brlnln |
!onl Allmnn. Jennifer Marshall s. venlol.l DM HM ihe The "' J""; nshin, bp.1* Lillle boy.
nd Janice Carter. II d.catlon Hymn' eampond aft- ""I '"en Bin surf ndln.
lallv for the occasion by Mr Noel
The bride wore a dreaa of Hacketl
satin nppltqued with lace (From De Passaat).
with a close llttlnE bodice and a
,-irt. Her h.rt-:..pcd need
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Ihurium I-.lis- and Uueen Anne
,.,,,, Th" bride -... llv"
in marrl.le by her In other Mr.
Byron aUWni ol th" Icl Con-
stabulary, whl'.l th.
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