The Barbados advocate
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, November 30, 1952
Frequency: daily
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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ttntaft Quorate
'IIM.IIA I I I. Mills. S
India Seeking Chinese Support For Korean Resolution
Pope Appoints
24 Cardinals
Plan May Be Altered f- i"
But Not Abandoned 1st Flight
Caused A
,.mtA UNITED NATIONS. Nov. 29.
.DIA was today reported to be making eleventh hour
tl to win over Chinese Commun'st sup.iorl tnr its
plan lor ending the Korean war prisoner* deadlock.
Krishna Menon chiel architect of the plan was keep-
m in close touch with his Government over the week-end
while official* in New Delhi were continuing u contact
their envoy in the Communist capita! of Pck;
Inuian wirce* here Mild there
waa no question as iome reports
had said of withdrawing the
Indu.n proposal in the face of
opposition from both Soviet
Russia Hnd the Chinese Com-
munist* Bui il was not certain
whether I he Indian GovtTnmenl
might at the last moment su.gesi
alterations to it* revolution to
meet *ome of the object Ions made'
by Chinese authotmai Ku-hna
Menon who waa mkh
*r.-ak in the Political Committee Montoao
or Monday ought decide to ,H*t ",.;'
pone hit speech for a taw more
dty* If there waa any prospect
01 negotiations between New
Delhi ami Piking. This would
holdup Assembly action on the
Korean issue as the proposal wax
the basic document on which a
wide measure of agreement had
been obtained.U.P.
Talks Open
From rt .ntmi1
FAIR] iki.i j-,.. Nov. .
The Firti i .. n(
Mrs. Turner
Opens Bazaar
At Drill Hall
ROMk : a: MJanl *fl m a
lid ItaUan. SIgno. Gio-
vanni Cola. flying for *
, lime In hi* life, w*S M fl I |
M the roar of Ux i nj
he Jumped out of the taxiing
piano jusl before the Ink .;t Re
was unhurt
WHJ 1M.ION ,' j S l\. U
four time* Australian chess ehnm-
pion whosii ambition
come world correspondent chest
champion has been beaten by a
17-vear-old AucK'and
rurdv was playing siniultaneuut
che-.s against 3S AucklanCer'
Sf-J* <^njP3 am available for children. Thev
2Tl ^T.wM, ,""M,"w coloured and orangs-flav
acting Nethc; lands co-Chuirmn oured.
5***?^ fhp w,,rk d,,n< ' """ VALUTA : Churches through-
Cartboean CommiiLiion and the out Malta have bean directed tc
Caribbean area by the late hold three days of special prayers
Puerto Mean Governor Mr. Je*us for rain. The island's rainfal
T. I-inert, who Mr. JongbSW this year ha* been only 1| In.
described an "one of the best NEW TOftK The owner* ot
.friends -, of the I ' inllest building in the world
'peoples and a good judge of know a good thin*. In-the last
{Caribbean probl* -veBI over I0,000 visitor aj i M
At the end "f this morning** Pflrt 8'" to ** th.. "'> Iwm
aeaalon ihe Commission resolves ,,,p o( E",P"e State Building.
inlo Committee* for filscuaaion of."0* Inp OWMn 8re **n*ide
Mil: Th-
HI I B .> ..... ~.... i.\t *'.c-Ug Oovrrnoi ..... "."". Tanu
iwrtment ot Science and Agrlealtnre an hi* swsrd r.r Um
Birtbdajr Hanonn uat. His Egtelleitcy ma-entwl .at R-m.y wh Us uulgMa yr*tcrdy
In t' plcturs left to rifJ" aw Capt. Arm.*-. ,c. uowrrmr*. A-DC. Mi. Toror. Mr
Hl Bi-illency. and the Director of aciem* *r.' \nicrsrtmp
ii.ml Hi thr
four hundred people were
present at the Drill Hall yester-
day when Mrs. R. N. Turner, wife
of His Excellency the Acting
Governor opened the Annual
Baaaar. In tunny weather chil-
oren enjoyed the Punch and Judy
Show and spent the afternoon
running between the toy stalls,
lucky dips etc.. stopping regular-
ly at refreshment booths for lce-lr
cream, cakes, soft drinks and-
the agenda and will rasNSCtnbla
In Plenary Session the day after
the end of the We*t Indian Con-
ference December A.
Baton adjoununaart the Com-
mission accepted the InvttattOB el
the Surinam Govern
having the highest raataurant and1
bai in New York on the observa-
tion deck. (1.250 feet up). Pre*,
ent highest bar and cafe is the
Ru.nbow Room, 850 feet up. In
the Rockefeller Centre.
DAR is SALAAM : Third
t to hold-partv insurance is gambling and
Ixteenth meeting m -h-t therefore against the Koran,
declared Moslem members of the
Zanzlonr Legislative Council this
week. And, though not agreeing.
a giiveinment spokesman agreeti
to delete the comoillsory insur-
ance clause in the new rood
traffic law rather than offend
country in May next yea
Yesterday the Administrative
Committee of the West Indian
Conference decided to recom-
mend to the Conference, educa-
the theme of the Sixth
Conference and acting on the
Tbace were slails for the grown-
up*:cake, fruit, and food stalls,
and three fancy stalls where
clothes and embroidery work were
On arrival, in* Excellency the
Acting; Governor, who was also
ptesent and Mrs. Turner were met
by Miss D. C. Hutson. President of
the Ladles' Aaaoclatlon. which or-
ganize* the Basaar.
Before Mrs. Turner opened the
baraar she was presented with a
bouquet of flowers by a little girl
who made a dainty curtsy.
In ope-iing the bazaar. Mr*
Turner said that a day or two be-
fore Lady Savage left Uarbados.
Lady Savage had told her that it
would give her (Lady Savage)
great pleasure if she (Mrs. Turn-
er) would make a special point
cf opening the Annual Bazaar this
yenr as it was n function of which
Lad] savage had had very happy,
niggeslion Mr. Debldin agreed | religious susceptibilities.
to recommend that tin- Itcpnrt on ROME: A 7I-yeur-uld Italian
Paasstnl Agriculture be a subject emigrant Vito Palerno. returned
ipecial Hudy for the Sixth M*"1 w**k from ,h USA. afte
West Indi-n Conforan
32 Prisoners
90 years, but died of emotion ot
the arms of his relatives when ha
landed at Genoa.
French Planes
Pound Rebel
Soft Spot
Mrs. Turner had told her that
six would be very pleased indeed
to do ao If she were asked because
the Annual Bazaar had been the
first function that she and her
husband had attended after their
arrival in Barbados two years ago,
and she too had a very soft xpot
for the bazaar.
The Annual Bazaar, continued
Mrs. Turner, was in aid of the
Old Ladies'. Home and it ushered
in the Christmas season of fellow-
ship and gjiodwill. Bearing in
mind the worthy cause that would
benefit from their purchases and
the immense amount of thought-
ful and ungrudging work which
Mifts Hutson and her band of help-
ers had put into the preparations.
they .hould show their apprecia-
tion by spending as freely as thev
It would please Lady Savage
very much if she could tell her
that h> their generosity this year's
bazaar had been the most success- be in tin
ful.ever held.
PUSAN. Nov. &.
United Nations prisoner of war
Command announced 00 B&turda*
thai 32 rebellion. ( ,,n,niini i
prisoners on Koje Islam: .. HANOI, INDO-CHINA. Nov. 29.
minor injuries on Tuesday in Iwo Scores of French land and car-
incidcnts with Allied personnel, rler-bascd fighters and bombers
Reds attacked U.N. pan maa! rounded Communist Vietminh
In both instances it was announi- concentrations around besieged
ed and had to be forcibly remov- N"n fortress 117 miles west of
ed from the compound* w'le heavily outnumbered
Th.ee prisoner- assaulted an !f .?*", **** ?.l?OWel1Jf '?"
American medical a,d man ,n an TJ ^^I.S'h,^' h/" ^imal~
enclosure aid station then fled in o ?dr, r*^ JRS^twE!l*f r k
soldier* entered the steefeada and immufUttoo, food and medicine*
injured ZB prisoner* while remov- In nn almost round-the-clnck air-
ing the three culpriU. lift. In his concrete bunker 10
An unarmed U.N. supervisor N*an. Colonel Jean Gllk* con-
was attacked 15 minute* later bv ferred with General Raoul Satan
Red* on a work detail, Th<- ("mnmander In Chief In the Far
China Approves
Russian Plan
TOKYO, Nov. 29.
r CHINA mlorsfd Runta'i proposal lor
.: 'Iir Kurt'.'iii annfstice "only reasonable way" of immediately ending Ihe flghtlne
in Korea.
Endonemanl c.t the Soviet proposal bv the Chineie
Communiat Foreign Minlitei Choil En Lai broadcan bv .,.,
Peipin radio re.iected tndiai ll(.ac^ formula although n. I m, 11
referrii directly to the Indian resolution. jat ihe a
U./l.h. Insignia
I'n-wnlril To
Mr. II. (). Ilumsiiy
returned In ihe
. Bast. Gcnerttl Gonxnles Df I
U.S. Intantrv nit- < t'ommnmter <>r ihe ToiiKklnu I
ffhe^HeipHK Peogi. Dall
-hitia's i.mual mouthpir i
Ml up with m lengtli.
ling thai the Russian
In. tfMl
rM given
ton. ii .i
deitlt a bl
nasni roi
pourMlion Igsue so
catena the wim ."
ict t h il
Up I i * ib.r :lic
H' (iiiveniniont
Indian propoaol*
Mr. lluuli Owl ti I:
the Dapartrnant *.f Agn< oltun
aj .i :< t i... in. ii-i i
the M.B.E. insignia by H.
I. \ lii Oovenv
Mr. R. N ruirtei al :
Of the Department Tm
m.hk .c eonforrad on ao-year-
old Mr. Ramsay in
hirtliday Honoui
amsay left Combei men
T .m.I n.uL
Departinenl of Aginulture *in'i
-.taff of the Department wa*
r"'- onl) tune <.r ten strong.
Mi Ramsay has w-ke-i undat
iliaing hi* 41
Mr Hovel!
0'Alliuu.>iei)|iii-. Mr
K V. It Millar. Sir Jol
and Uaa. uiWftul Duactor.
Mi M
of t

poll I'
rn entered to remove the offend-
r\ Three prisoners were in-
red. No Allied personnel was
Injured according lo the announc-
v r
and Vietnam Emperor
Tba three leaders flew
day for an on the spot
tf the situation and an h
uf French and I .ovn I
Two Earthquake*
Recorded In U.S.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29.
Two "fairly sharp" earthquakes
were recorded here Saturday b>
Fordham University Seismograph
Father Joseph Lynch reported He
said the first quake wa* at 6.3t
a.m. GMT followed by a aecono
ten minute* later. Kr Lynch esti-
mated the quakes at about 10.000
lea distance and .said they mtj
of Kamchatka Pen-
Ills Kscellency and Mr* Turner j'm'^ wnere"there have been re-
then vlWted the various stall* ac- cenl ,hll qu,kes tJR
i-ompanied by Miss Hutson.
iiis mi; what vor \i f.irr
i l B. Allmnt.y of 'Edlabgro".
araareiia. Is 81 inches la diameter
pla.it Is Just over four mootAa
Vietnam j old and this in the flr*t flower of a
ouoch of foar.
U.N. Planes Blast
China's Doorstep
SEOUL, K >rea Nov 2 AMERICAN Super Fortresses from every B.29 tjroup
assinned lo the Korean theatre blutod the doorstep to
Communist China in the third biggest nighl raid <>i thf
war Friday night. Forly-ium- B.Wa pounded the twin
cities of Sinuiju and Uiajo on the North Korean side ol
the Yalu r'VM^.Thr hit Red airiiWd* ai u.ih cities,
headquarters communication-, centre and lb*
at Uiju. and a military raptfl
Communist hfiRRfUarters
Red army training school
haae at Sinuiju.
The spokesman tol<) a l*ress
h Bial Truii. meet til
.n*appr>val of udUf*
H n ..union bafora Qt* t'.N
1 -i! hoped ihis was -not final and
ukl ,-.. < g
o the matter"
Ha tld the Indian Government
diougnt bobm <>f China's obiec-
".. Indian proposal were
..i. i i indlng* ami
. i
Major V^alcott
i .mis Course
Major l) F c Waleott. Super-
.( ihe Oovarrunant in-
i ecnnd In
I 0l UK' Baib-rl-.- Hegl-
rrtent, ratutnad front Jamaica on
Fndiy night by ll.W.I.A. via
fueitu Rko nil'l Antigua after
'tended a IwO-tnotttt
coursa in mil buy
ihmuah the courtcs* "f Brlaadstf
Cosby Jackson. OB K Area Com-
n .rule! .
M..j.r Waleott told the Adveeale
tardaj i hat ine coursa, apart
'nm betng instructive, was vwy
- | For ihe first month
WO! attached lo the
I I'lialm,, at F*|u,d'>e-i
yards with th Firrt
Ro] .: w.-l. I, r iiei-
I Uj Par* Cam**, KingsUm.
id that he saw ami ha ltd '
Ve*ternav when Hll E*W< II- i
went lo the Department
the insignia, he was waloogaad l"
the Mroctor Mi Si.-
Dtraetar laid lhal It *
a plaasura t.< *fkotna Hli
i:.. Ik ru ih i" p irtrnonl
AKrlnilturi' on onj OOtaaiOfl liii
it wa* an cur.
a hi todaj
H.K.'s SUK;:e"*tlon
The I*-1 i
roi HI b alii i" i geajMUo
thai lha
.tt Hi'- I it|i..r'iniTil and la
corning '< praaent tin- li
their OWn
Referring to Mr. Itamsay a*
aid fr...... U Hit' I said thai
ho was personally gat
that it should so happen thai be
was holding bis present post and
thus be allowed the privilege <
being present on the occasion ol
Uie presentation of the Inslcnm
of honour wh* b had hi tn ooa
tarred on Mr Ramats by Me,
,. Quaag
Mr Ramaas had on
' 43 years in BM !>-
partment During that parled t.e
[had exhibited a davOOOfl
ind a nieaiiire uf lo> ..
t.i BOCH it, ih.....r in Iff. had
made an outstanding conJrtbuUOO
to the work of Ihe IlepAitment
and hi* '< i particular
line wa* truly Hctingubihisd
Mi Mai
with the m.icme by HI* Excel-
AJtar the (.iiemation. His
I timer who wa*
ii ihg Roman Catholic Cl u pa*

The buuo/a
infant til > "UrSJl
I e up ii'
I > '.rvngU. i

p* Clamrnt XI in
One Amn lean and t.
, I'relates who had been
' hurch'*
1 Cain

irtttl 43
.i n
broan Bg .it:
from Brazil,
om Portugal. Afgantlna
nd Germany and one
Australia. Au.-i
dum, .'hue. Chb
Uld, Hi.Hand. Hungat
b*ria. Yugoslavia. Irela:
(tor. Colombia, and FOsaBM
Am I'ontif! inade hi* solemn
in. n> li-.,. i
One Amei can v PonUff 10 the sacted purple was
James Frs
Inlyre, Areti iahoi Angeles.
vti,, wfll raue the VS. represen-
i.r s... n*l| odlegc |o
four Two Prelate* hogSMITOd
from Communist countries were
Mooaigno* ajols stepmac of
Zagrah who wa* lentanead t" i*
nj rlaotunanl by Marshal
I UgaaaBjV regime 4ii 1046.
till who u-a* cuTidiMonally re-
laaaad last December. i,d Mim-
ignor Stefan WyagSiiakf, Arch-
bishop of Warsaw and Gne*na in
*0l hi.' u-here a bitter anti-C'nnch
ainpalgn is underwav.|!.F.
1'u-ii rad hats as prince* ul
All Island
werttj ihras -I'll.]'
etiliug Old Siliular*' Assortatlons (
and other similar org*
taking nan ,u the
-half c
tvntiai Council ol Old
Associations. The t
iec. 18
Acting on tM'hair .f Ihi
' Old Scholar- A-.. ia-
llons. the Snrial Welfare Depart
'i ctreulartaad lbs man} oi<
Bl hotarS' Al Ml I itlon* attai lied 1
Klement.ti* BehOOll m th.
-veil a* other intereste.
tiling them !
ike par) in the i
The) were gjvan two pier*
mm which lo rhonae Either th.
nai Seam from tlu Msrahant <.
eim-e. ur the ilr.n
f the. old luill.el. King John am
gag Abbot or i antarbun
i number uf people In Drami
have agreed to act as fudges. an<
rks will l>c awarded to eacl
group Tin- group wHh
est numU't of potnls at the an
of lha coats*! will ie the wtnnei

lit Of J
tic it may Ik
ible to an.r
i it at some later date.
ipa taking port In
lesl are: Christ Church Girl*
O.S.A 8t Bllai Bon' Bl Johi
St Augustine's, Si
Saviour's tilrln, Klwm/
nan OrOUnd Ml. "I S!
Paul r, 'Girl*'; Bndeavoui Girl*'
dirls'; Bathsheba
r.uL St. .1 u e itixod. ht
Oaaa*f Was* 1muimI*h u.
vci flillert C!ul
si. 'ohn'i
nd St M
l. I
d, Th. y.W.c A
't rrorists \Jlnck
Freocb PatroU
AuuoMUoa i
i .11 i i.
i ... Ki. in ti | .Ci. I
of the Fl
i Ighl
Ti it"i -< am
machine gun* an I I ''<

on a unit of Bai
trolling the dsgori i

lied A French soldi. ,
)*ep wa, shot at by an untdenti-1 laysbore
Red altucker at Guimi but was not Command'
hit. t.F.
I'ltscnis Colours
lo ComiitumloH
MALTA. Nov. 29.
Hie Dug* of Kdinburgb pnseiit-
d Queen'* and Regimental col-
mra to the Third Co,nmando
Brigade. Royal Marines on Fmrl-
iina para Tha inki laid
are in rtixignltlon of tl"
in wartin..
i .
and bearing M ai n tuade in
Uie irouhla ipnl of U i
the post-war days "
l.t <; IJ BJ M.inici id1 Malrme.
Roxburt Colours
for thi 4L'ini CoBunando, l.t D. I.
I.angli ol lludleigli Suiter ton.
IH'-..... \i
and Ll D C At. x-
i ISth Commai- I I'.

' lime U.N. pi;
''iju. I0.0OO--M......
iiaug i.ooo single storey
0(| said Cmmu-
* Might* stabbed at tho
anberv They aid flak
, by Bed radar I tl H"!
inli-alrcraft gun* yas light to
It '< A:.I
I Ihe B.20*
A fort* of
BJM light rx>mbers blas;eu Red
seaichlight and ai
V ilu'a south
bank Ui ilear the wa* l"r tne
nmandlng Officers of than presenl and he Govern, r's
Battalions administer UWfl A ,M 'I w ArTiistrong.
| ibown around tie rjepart-
.iiformntlon m re-1 '"* "t bv the Dffgctor, aceompan-
gard to the employment and dia-1 "',l by Mr Karnaay.
po l ,,f ---------------------------- i
During Ins spare lime he was * ., .. _
Ike, Boeial Welfare V\ ISlTlllKTeS Mllsl
Drpmimenl and was indebted to
Ml I H Roger* of iho Juvenile
It for ai ranging Kcveral
t lounj to tn* approyed

ot lha v w.c.a.
who Introducad him to many soeltil
ling rrim to -cc them
pra:tlca1 democracy commandant
. ... .- n-lii,.il t.i..
Not Shop In
Kan! Hirli.i
HEHMN, No* _
General C. F. Coleman Rrt4*l
nd al'0 lo Major Ailken, Iiepu-y
on* for enabling
....: ,.-. -.1
, i ,., hi had
I stay Ii Jamaica
peak loo highly of
iwhlrii rwht Iming.
Berlin *..-da>

THE LUCKY DIP was th cantre of taterot for th* many (hilSraB who attended Uw Annnal Baaaai
held at th* Drill Hail yesterday aftcrnoca. Abort a grojp of cblldrcii sagcily look at tot resalt of
thalr Alps.
Itroke Up
; On Uie ground U.N
ip Irghi at*
. |
Tteda might shirt light.
ridges to the
northewt of Sniper Ridge
tern ham
[.atml* ii
-nd attcr-,;
that b*

.trol force* el of ihe Carol are
. Ren John*..
.by Basil H*re-
; {round changed hand*.tJf. wood.
A mutt Singing
Tent Pifvv Isstn'it
forth *:* born *>
to tt

I i iralk n foi
the Ann .
- m plaea at Kensington
nt. c e
U.K., A M C M. Mr.
. ith Annual Con-
ordarod troop* and elvUls
his rommai >
Heiiin. Thi ordi
Cast llerln, rdut, is^unl two dayi
, .,.,. \:\ f,

.m arm;
Many WmI Ik-i liner- I
taking advantage of the favour
ange rate of four Eo*t
German mark* for on* Weal Oar-
to iiv food nd other
CIIHISTMAS lime's visiting
time, iinrl of rour*ie... time
lor wine' A ajtfjggfga gjgftg
phere the cheerful exchanjie
of Greetings and flnod Wish-
es and merry M*Wtg made
mrrrirr with a vparklini*
glewellfuTJ Slolrii

...lu-d at ISP
Uoo In hrr
house toa a S p i"
MJ a.m. on'
lice *re mak::.,
I.. of K.YV.V. No lime,
either, tu lei your K W.V Bjat
down: so while voti're wilh
ns check your lisl pan
p.Will TAWNY
OMIIIflSO sin nm
wkmhi;bmmm We.
. ,f l.llaa llif **'
.....I-l.fl. If IM.-'
r |>r S-IISbi ?**
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al Ihf
llth ana 12th dm ember s.tt pji.
MATINEE 12th 5.M P.M.
NightSI.SO; $1.10; II M anal Mf.
Matinee SI 00 and SOr.
300,000 people saw the |>lay in London
The London "News of the HoHoT had thin to say
"WHI keep audl'i -e%> ku< --tng until thr Haa! curtain."
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sin it in y
Nd '.Jin ohlainjblc in ihc origmil quality, made rtcoid
in> to h limouiud sccice '47II" formula since I79J
These are some
Items /or the
Home . .
Icing Tubpi
Icing Seti
Hie Putt
Iti.lithe Palls
Stoves2 A 3 Burnora
Kleelric Talbb I
Thermos Juga
Ice Cream Frealer
AlumlnJum Walletx
Kitcben Kniraat
Fish Turners
PoMlo Muhera
| 'Strainers
Urgg Beaten (rotary)
a. the GLOBE
The Caribbean Night Troupe
Featuring Stage Personalities :
Adeed Attraction
Win a Valkyrie Cycle
Win a Carton of Vi-Stout
Patrons are asked to hold their Half Tickets
STEEL BAND CONTEST : Canada l>ry ft, Col. Cola
For the Silver Cup
Prices: Stall 14c., House :ic. Balcony IKc.. Box 60
Tickets on Sale the Day >t the Show from 9 a.m.
C and B Early at THE GLOBE
Once again, Ruth .Mid Peter Morgan
invite you ti. enjoy your
St. Lawrence Hotel
From 7 p.m. on Decembci SSth
we shall have for you
Lobster Cocktail
Cream of Tomato Soup
Fried Fillet of Flyinu Fish
Roast Turkey
Cranberry Sauce
Whipped Potatoes Puffy Rkw
Juj; Buttered String Beans
Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce
Rum 'n' Raisin Ice Cream
Biscuit-; and Cheese
JNai. will be S4.00 per person and will INCLUDE
a glass of Champagne. We would appreciate
reservations as far in Advance as is convenient
to you.
P.S Resides the Bamboo Bar, we can now offer yc
dancing too or a drink
'Down The Hatch'
MR. C WYLJC. Q.C.. Attorn.}
for Englai d
i.i discussion-, .it
iie Coloa>al Ofiicc while Ur C. U.
' i in London.
Mr. Wyhr || flyfeig B.W.I.A to
Jamaica, then |ocM a B.O.A.C
isliitit for London He is
early next month.
intifiuo H-L.C.
AltltlVING ut Seawell airport
-i tay moinlng Intraaslt
to AnTicug was Mr. Novetle K.cli-
arcU. a member of the Anm.i.
Legislative Council and Labc ir
Psrty of which the HonHe V. C.
Bird is President *nd Editai ^f tie
"Workers Voice", a Trade Union
daily nawspjper in AnUffua.
"Ir. Richards is returnlnK SB
Antigua after attending a confer*
ence In St. Vincent dealing with
Sea Island Cotton at which he
represented Antigua.
He was met at the airport hy
Mr. J E T. Brancker. M,C.P.. Mr.
. c Stewart. Mr Edward H
H.ihne m Mr. Richards win ,
for Antigua tomorrow.
Buninvm* Ami Ptramn-
~\ riSITING the Caribbean area
combining bustneag with
plaasure Is Mr. D. P. Gibbons.
Administrative Assistant in the
Department of Defence in Wa*h-
lngton. D.C. He arrived lin. on
Friday night b> B.W.l.A. from
Puerto Rico and leaves to-day for
Mr. Gibbons expects to visit
Guadeloupe and Martinique^ be-
fore returning to Washington vlu
piiarto Rico.
He said that the purpose of hit
Ult is to renew acquaintances
uh old friend*. Thii is hi* first
bm m lliirbadns .ml while here
i* called on the American Con-
sul. Mr. H. Of Ramsey and had
metal discussions with him.
Mr. Gibbons finds Barbad'M just
pleasant as he expected. II li
very lovely island and he m
tariff that he rannot stay longer
Through An Atlantic
MRS. EGGIJ.SF1ELD. wife of
Wing Comdx L. A. LwjgM*
field. Director-General of "Civil
Aviation. Caribbean, returned to
Barbados on Frld.iy night by
HWl.A After . ihicu-month visit
to the United Kingdom. New York,
Miami, Nassau and Jamaica
Wing Comdr Eaglesllcid returned
fnim Jamaica by the ame plane
Mrs. EgRleMleld crossed the
n the <*unrd liner
HaaarvMBfa, having an excellent
voyage until the last two days
when nit Nova Scotia the ship
tterounteied unv of the most -
>- .Uatltlc hurricanas in racent
rean The *eas were so high that
>ne freak wave actually brok<-
ver the top promenade deck of
this 35.700 ton linei and caused
lonslderahle damage.
On Htmeymton
S['ENDING their honeymoon as
guests at the Marine Hotci
are Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. H Mo...
who wprr marrlfd at St. Mntthms
Church uii Thursday evening.
Mr. Moody who Is with the
Shell Caribbean Company in
Mararaibo, arrived here on
Wednesday night by B.W.l.A. vlu
Trinidad while his wife, the
former Miss Angola Carey, dime
In from England via Montreal by
T.C.A. cm Thursday morning.
$ 1
R. A. Stout*, Deputy Com-
missioner of I'.ilice who celebrates
bis birthday to-day.
^ son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Thornton of "Eric Cot". Sailer*.
St. George, who celebrate* his
aiavsnth birthday to-morrow.
Eric is a pupil of Harrison Col-
M'iting Their Uumghc-r
HERE to spend Christmas and
about three months' holiday
In Barbudo* are Mr Sydney Bar-
low, M.B.E.. and Mrs. Barlow
They arrived from England via
HqmmI yesterday by the Nestor
They are on a visit to their
daughter Mrs Stanton Toppln of
"Filaisc" Rockley New Road.
Mr. Barlow i* a Chartered
Accountant in Manchester. The
first part of their holiday will be
Spent with Mr and Mrs. A. H.
Toppln of Newhaven". Hasting*
und the remainder with their
daughter and son-in-law.
"Thr Flying Room"
deigned the settings foi
the forthcomiiiK Barbados Play-
rrs praduettot. of the thiro
VISITOR" was faced with a prob-
lem; he had to devise some mean*
of changing a dining-room in a
country house to a sll'lng rwm
Ion fiai.
With the h c I p of LANCE
IK1WDING. stage mananf, of the
production, he ha* arhieved this
"mechanical" feat. They tell mo
they an going to raise the room
twenty feet off the stage and by
mi iimeniou.* mctho.1 of eounter-
welghiing IT ONLY TAKE** ONI
The Third Visitor- will be
staged at the Empire Theatre Dee.
WofMtsiiU- lair
ON Saturday, Docctnbei ti al
"Woodside", Bay Street, res-
idence of Dr & Mrs. A. W. Scott.
a group of social workers in their
drive to collect Christmas Chori-
nes will nold their Annual Fair
which will be opened by Mrs
G. H. Adams at S p.m.
The Costume parade will star*
at 3.45 p.m. and Mrs. A de K.
Frampton will distribute the
i ii/,<-
Mrs. Rita Clarke of Brooklyn.
New York, has sent several at-
tractive girts and the stalls and
Lucky Dip for the children will
l;e well stocked. There will be
other attraction, including the
Lucky Wheel, Household and Gifts
Sweet*, Pony Rides,
Kinuo. Hot Dogt, Ice Cream etc.,
rnd the Police Band will be on
Sand with a lovely programme of
Santa Claus will be arriving at
5.30 p.m. with gifts for the child-
T cket sellers note that all pro-
ceeds and unsold tickets will be
collected on Wednesday and
Thursday. December 3 and 4.
Married At SI. Patrick**
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic
Church was decorated yester-
day afternoon with pink and white
roses for the wedding of Miss
TTT. i I CaJina Mendes. only daugh-
ter of Mr sn Mendes of "Bemfels". Welches
Gardens and Mr. Hutson Chand-
ler. Overseer or the Belle Planta-
tion and son of Mr. and Mr*.
Cecil Chandler of Port-of-Spam.
1 nmdad.
The bride who was given In
marriage by her brother, Mr.
Charles Mendes, wore a dress of
vttagksff .-.. tin. beautifully hand
'.< I roi.icicl with a close (UUng
bodice, tight fitting sleeves and o
full flair skirt with a long train.
Her long tulle veil was kept in
place by a tiara of orange blos-
Mim* and *h* earned a bouquet of
pink radiance and white corall'.a
She was attended by Mis* El ma
Chandler, msist f the bridSgrooin
I maid of honour, who wore
iTchld georgette with a deep neek-
I nc and off the shoulder effect
ami a full skirt. Her head-dress
wns ., juliet cap with orchids and
she carried a bouquet of p'.nk and
mauve on-hid*.
Miss EUzabetfa Harding s flow-
er gu-l, completed the bridal en-
tourage. She was attired in lemon
net over taffeta and carried a
basket of Caracas daisies with
headdress to match.
The rerrmony was conducted by
Fr. A. Parkinson. ,S.J. Mr. Frank
Humphrey was bestman. The
ushcra were Mr. Edward Tempro
and Mr. David Coaler
A reception was held at "Bern-
Ms". Welches Gardens, home r.f
the brido after which the couple
left for Edgewatcr Hotel, Bath-
sheba, to spend their honeymoon.
For "going away." the bride
wore a drtes of pink lace with a
drapless tight fitting taffeta
Coalumei For The Circuit
{T SEEMS that everyone is going
to the circus which the Rock-
ley golfers are putting on at Para-
disc Beach Club. Saturday, Dec.
6. But the uroblem now Is what
Ifteyrc going W-, However, Oats
mould not be such a perplexity,
for s nrcus has everythingnot
just irapeie artists, strong men.
snake charmers, acrobat* and
clowns, but mystic ladies from the
Far East, bronco busters from the
West, wild men from the South
and inhabitant-. o( igloos from the
North. Almost every kind of cos-
tume is expected in The Big
Parade, with prizes for the most
original, the most beautiful, the
funniest and the cleverest group.
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,...,THOU('H ll wa* " warn morning when I mw THE
WILD WORTH, now showing at the Globe, there was no
need for [eju, u I waidied the blizzards and saw the
^rww-capped mountains and the vast expanses o the
Canadian snow-covered northland that make up the
natural and spertucular background of this rugged adven-
'w* *tory. Instinctively, one felt the bitter cold of the
northern winter, followed by the mild, but pulsating
atmosphere of spring that can only be experienced in a
cold country.
It i> interesting to note ihat tn
cider to achieve reallam in the
wealtasr. the aim was made In
sections. at m* particular time of
year when the weatherman hod
what the arript called tor. So this
time wo have sero weather you
can literally see your breath in.
and real snow-drifts. -nxlccn fwt
high. instead of Hollywood's I
mountainous pile* uf sojp flakes! *
The theme of the film is based I
on the clavlc saying "the Moun- I
tie always arts ht man" but that I
time there Is a twi*t
which is taken from the log writ- "'
leu by a Canadian M..untie. Con-
stable Albert Pedlry. forty-seven
years ago It appears that Pedley
was sent out to trail n French
Canadian trapper, Jules Vincent,
wanted for murder, and bring him '
back to face trial. Pedley succeeds
In running his man to earth in a
small cabin, miles from anywhere.
He arrests him and the two start
the long trek backVincent pre-
dicting that he will never be
brought in and thai either he or
the wild north will claim the
hardening Hinls
For Amateurs
OstftUsl Paths
Gravel or grass a*th for the
garden an all very well to thesr
way. but what a lot of labour ihey
entail to keep them in good order.
Orasa Is the worse, needing as it
ape* constant weeding rutting
and rolling. And should the oath
not be edged with stone or some
Arm edging. It will surely need
repacking in time.
Gr-vel pains. If well aaade la the
beginning, are less trouble then
grass, but it is diAeult to get then
well made i raming and rolling i*
as exhausting!) with the result
thai after s heavy rainy aaiesi
much of the surface of the path
gets washed sway, the gravel gats
loosecmi and graft* sad weeds lake
Farm And Garden ECZEMA
IIIMIlhlllo brin, l .hr Frrneh- dmiculUe, for ter Ant p.rty, ii,
LL .k ." '.t"PF"S" ***mlc m-l.w. Thdm. RitUr, a. cook.
9L ln"h '" "'" """"""t Wh.n her own mother M.Viim
t5T1 h. .i__ >.i Hopkins, arrives on the scene and
The beauties and cruelties of -enerelB gels everything; and
the country play the stellar role. everv one by the ear* tliTvom?
asaassT ?i!f0r. captive stow y ., lhe , who , ,We ^ nut h
SSEs-TS Way ?"l ,*"??}? ""*** marlUI buss!
itrctcnes of snow, back t<> rlvlli-
zsUon. Hardship, suffering and The film Is directed with
danger are their constant com- warm-heartedness that makes
panions on the trip, during which seem human and believable and
they get lost, are nearly buried Thelma Hitler has never been
alive in an avalanche of snow and seen to better advantage. Miss
Pedley narrowly escapes death Ritu-r has done splendid work In
when o wolf-pack attacks them. such films as "Letter To Three
Vincent's predictions prove cor- Wives- and "All About Ive" but
reet when the mountfe loses his this time, she steals the show
mind temporarily, due to ex- as John Lund's mother and plays
posure. and it is the Frenchman the role to lhe n It making the
who brings the policemen back, moat of the case of mistaken
In a surprising, but credible ell- Identity. Miss Hitters dry humour
max. Jules is acquitted and her ability to put over wann-
i. hearted understanding disguised
The deliberately slow pace of una>f JM nMIJ, exterior
TT"rlt.JOVrn*y iSi? *h"P m-kci her * ouuundinf come-
vonu-ast to the tens* action se- ,j|an
3H?rtSiHWhict; * cu,m"by Gene Tlerncy and John Uii
uie thrilling shouting of treacher- arc ^ thoioughly allractlve mar-|
ous rapids by the two men, whose Hed couple, each beset by their
canoe finally capsizes. I dont own type of mother trouble"
mind saying that thai sequence and Miriam Hopkins plays the
hnd me on the edge of my seat snob to end all snobs.
Though tome of the pace may The dialogue I" crisp and well-
drag, it allows for the changes in timed an<| there are some very
lhe characters of the policeman funny scenes Uiss Ticrncy wears
and his prisoner, who are forced lovely clothes and a pWnsa.it
to rely on each other for survival, soiting makes lively entvrta>.i-
Stewart Granger and Wendell merit for nil.
Corey have the principal roles,
with Cyd Chariase as a young In- 'THE HALF-BREED"
dlan girl. Mr. Granger gives a The last picture to tell you
virile and rugged performance of about Is THE HALF-BREED.
Jules Vincent who foregoes the showing at the Plaza. Bridgetown,
chances to kill his captor and ta This Is a Technicolor Western
lhe end, -wives his life and his with a story of hackneyed double-
reaaon Wendell Corey give* a fine dealing against lhe Indians by u
portrayal of Pedley. whose dls- gang of unscrupulous whites A
trust of Vincent gradually gives youiiu man, half white and half
way to friendship and affection. Apache, who lives on the reser-
Aneco colour. In which the film vation, is the key figure in help-
l taken Is particularly effective, ing an rx-Con federate Officer U>
as are the music and sound effects foil a corrupt Indian agent wh-
in this true adventure story that i- trying to incite the Apaches to
has something different to offer war.
audiences The kids will like It There are the usual stereotypes
too. of the debonair, good-hearted
gambler, lhe dance-hall soubretu-
THE MATING SFASON" and the local bar-room hoodlums
whose sole purpose Is stirring up
A thoroughly diverting and trouble between the white peo-
amusing comedyTHE MATING pi,, and the Indiana.
REASON Is playing at the Plata. Spiked with riding, lighting ann
Barbarees. It is a fast-paced and gun-play, the pace fast-moving
entertaining domestic comedy of against a background of truly
errors with hilarious scenes re magnificent scenic splendour
suiting from mistaken identities, only the plots could equal
The excellent cast is heeded by backgrounds) Robert Young. Janis
Gene Tlerney, as the Ambassa- Carter and Jack Iteutel plav their
dor's daughter who marries Jo* in roles competently and costumes
Lund, son of the ex-owner of a and settings will delight the eye.
What than la the answer for
The answer is asaesast.
The Csanant path is persnanent,
weed proof, dries off rapidly after
rain, and is of a gnou appearance.
It entails no labour In upkeep.
Now admittedly the Initial cost
of a Cement path n greater than
that of grass or gravel. But It Is
not as expensive as is generally
supposed for. unless the path Is
to take heavy traffic, (whicrf Is
unlikely in a garden.) the aamaasl
need not be put on to the depth
of more than a few Inches, espec-
ially if a concrete mix Is used.
When the permanency of this pat*i
is considered thr initial outlay
seems well worth while
Variety and individual taste
can Mnd expression In the cement
path, for it can be white, grey,
green or red. In colour, left plain
or marked out In squares, or to
resemble crazy paving.
To Make a Cement Path
To turn an old grass or gravel
path into a cement path u an easy
Begin by removing the top of the
old path to the depth of tiiree
Ram and roll the ground firm
and solid and you have the found-
ation. Any unevenes* is Immaterial
as that will be removed when the
cement Is put on.
It Is belter to use a good Con-
crete- mix. and for this you will
4 parts shingle (fine grit or
2 parts sand.
1 part cemenl.
Mix the different ingredient*
dry. turning them over and over
until they are thoroughly com-
bined. Add lhe water gradually
and mix again until the whole Is
like a thick mortar. Once mixed.
the Concrete should be used within
half an hour, so do not mix more
than you can comfortably um
Last Sunday, we staru-J the ball lulling matters. The ttoU on lAJking the Cow' wan, oi euursw, in-
tended also to covermilaU'iL: al any time It \
routine operations that some of us are Inclined to treat too
casually. At the Exhibition, registered cowi arc judged
both on conformation and weight of milk.
lion i la) an u-
PbrtaBjl part in Uu- An.
of .ill eiettte* of U .
a . -
\ tegstaaM must remem-
ber this In picseiitin* his animal.
Il> must seek to ensure that the
ludgeii see all the salient points
A worthy exhibit may fail ta
eflctj the judges' eyes If It Is
reilive and of Indtsferenl teav
Good cleaning Mid
rj foe Cas Slop Burning
'. 7 jamw Obictir
stwdfor" fDIt>
Ilplinn i i'lirj Is
uW e**\ be- 1
rsdv UM b*r> iniUlrl |
down Qukkly snj
asr>-<':* Uk >Mnjunnt
lo llx pUSWI
gas KetsBBigsssaaaglH] i
vour *io V cJest agau,
.p.* st bkmitn
prra.isMMi> it
u n JI^- .4
I. TuU. hum.
wiOkhji | -IS>IH
laseaasM sfn
spiitsTrSinplci. sW*l
.tr.. H*l |m fasrt-iis".
iknnsiilit, (UU, n*ntx
or Scalds Ktss a b.-ul
in (he hnsr. SoU by
cbcmuu oarsacre
In to-day's autea l am goi
to ivpeal asase of the pouiU
tutw deeii with im .^rlin notan
fo. ine benefit of tr. sot been following tins column tnonnnK go hand
from the beginning old readers efficient presentation. top"
can check w see winner tbe> ''" "P 1" >" ti
are giving the following imtiib1 Now. let us turn to some Gen-
the attention they know they de- ciul Kuh- which .ire Unportanl.
serve but which for one napir | Clause live (5) utatcs lhai All
r another Ihey neglect to gj|v ; xhiUu must be bo.10 /iu*- piop-
Always buy chica* with inbiei rty or work of the exhibitor
capacity to lay. Chicks canimt ' -lies, vegetables, fiuil planu
make good use of feed ioeesi and flowers must be gi
plenty uf clean fresh water it the persons b> whom they are
always befon ihem. Use auto- Iexhibited.' Failure to leii-'et
mabc watcrers from on,, day uus Huw? wUi result la Um fot-
old to Ihree weeks one mth feed-
The Only Pain Reliever
containing Vitamin 3,
ing space per chick is necessary.
From S weeks to six weeks each
i.ilres iwo inches r*ssj-
ing space.
By the end of the tl
roosts ught to be pul in. Wb
nailed l^-low lh* roost poles keeps ^,;;;b'a;;;
hicks from ihcii dioppums.... -__..
Early Knsiag Beduces damp, Cuua7
litter D i
growth by keeping i
arated at night
It is .i good idea ko
drinking water for the llrst foul
weeks be
more I
felting of any piUes awarded
and such exhibitors may be
debarred from subsequent com-
Clause six (6) states that "No
' work whicrf has been
awarded a prise al any prsjaiow
:an be entered (or I
ompetltion "
ight (8) stale* that
All exhibit:, must lie properly
cleaned nnd prepared The Society
reserve* the right to decline to
leeeive any exhibit."
because young" clucks "arc! The following Special Ri
liable to Infection spread ?aDPv ,n ,n# Mrtcuil
that time. The nearer to the path
that It can be mixed the belter.
Proceed by filling a bucket with
lhe concrete and taking It to the
path, pour the mortar out in good
big pats, smoothing and levellmi;
it off. (For this you will need a
mason's Trowel or a fiat piece of
wood wilh a short handle nailed
to It. Continue in this way until
lhe whole, or as much as yoj in-
tend to do at one time Is done.
The whole path need not be fin-
ished In one day.
Markings can be made with the
help of a plank uied as a rule
and a stick to mark. Be careful
when doing this marking not to
cut right through lhe whole thick-
ness of the cement as that would
make the path leak. The markings
whether in squares, crasy or other-
wise, must only be Just below the
surface of the cement, sufficiently
to be distinguished, but not too
When the whole path is ftni'hed
aft It cure for a few days before
using It.
through water than aldel ShJ b ""l"* '' |ull A
Water should le changed and ""Oip muM be taken front Oafl|
sanitised daily. 1X> not let litter hole 'i Qi'M ' '"
become damp dirty or mutted as variety. A clump of ennes la
these conditions *nmursge c-.c- tlejtned as tnose canes growing
-------- fin a single cane hole, m assttvaa
from not more than two pl-mis
planted not inure than one foot
apart in a furrow."
Cld and Garden IVuetaMes
6. "Exhibitors, if required,'
must make an affidavit to iho
effect thai their exhibits have
been grown by them Rule N
"No exlilbilor will be awarded
mure than one prize In any
seL-u-.il. Bute . "The Judges,
In awardiug prises, will take
In! > consideration the market
value of ixhiUt*. Exhibitors
should pay *peetal attention to
th* Unl.v"
There have been a few addt-
, |an included in the
Field and Garden Vegi'lables. For
there gag
ci'-ups of yams, tl
each; iwo of carrots Long and}
Short types; two of Lefrucc -r
jeaij -mi Head, lwy of (Jki
Fiatd or Common, and iinnu.
Velvet; aevon groups of ptilse.
bush Lima. C"
cldoau oi.e oi lhe inusi euuunoa isiriiiglu.. Uonnvist, r-lg.
dasaans in okrds aged between. & ,,, _,
four to twelv,- weeks,old. luMho" Doi
It is better to keep puli.ls ,i'0 "I" pL
compleUly confined m ''ou.es u^, uUl,.lwul< ,,.,
than to allow them on old .on- nuniber yf
tanilnaU'd ground whleli
Remarkably effective, in-
credibly soothing, fur all
tired, aching, muscles.
When you rub in MAGI
you rub in RELIEF
If you are tuffcring from a Cold,
Chill, llc*.u.r.r of Ncrv Pain
irsrt ufelU \l \M VITH
Tahleis Al ONCE. You *,U be
oveijoycd ( the duTcrence ii
caakes toyou. Your I'
or (lull yr.ir-'.irm *\U ijuickiy
diuppesr, and you'll ml ne
so DBHCss better.
^(iwi>. iii-ii.ri.i. rigtift i en*
I) lb. Ol ..i;h IQ th, gr<-
>Mho poit, nnd Q: ,^i-i n. .nui
Suncevals, dry En |..-l.*ib. iaeh.
MS rou KEL wen
,, ...IC^T^ ll ageleesikfi
and ) '
RIEUMTIC < TO-DAy Ttiafi a
PAINS ) btt "' IO f'"1 ^u'dl "
turned each year. Each pullcl ic-
rag aauara feet of floor
space. Worm lhe blrdu wl en 10
to 12 weekg Four inches of bonnet gaaea
for ful.'v grown bird>; is neces-
sary Ke

hen Inks so they can out with-
out Jumping up. When they can
see feed before them they ar*
attracted to eat more. Thi-. makes
more egg*.
Provide one m
hens If trap nests are ujm<1, have
neat for taea 4 hens.
BBJUBtai Ule -.nni
nd third.
lhe tol.il nuinbei
rasseay, .,x; oujae,
Th.....me of p
in each group
namely first, I
Tin. hi ivar-u |
anossld 'h* 18;
21: and so on. |
,rds has been
rably widened .i:,
nttraetlvg to new eshibi-
i on m
Heir .ire np or two other'
.imendincnls: squosri lhe two'
classes remain local topi W Hi
flowers atUiched (24), A. I). V.
'12). Hut notv that the latter
doe* n"t in* hide lotat] ui[iioiil
I llil.niJe.] ti
The famous threefold aaion of PHF.NSIC
SION. No mailer how mn-nse the pain, no
matter how weary your nerves, how depressed
you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you
relief and airnlbri, quickly and safely. Re-
member this PHENSIC tablets neither
harm the heart nor upset ;hc stomach.
Don't accept subsiituies. Keep a supply of
PHENSIC tablets by you'
Hefnr. pullet-s are moved Into '*!'<><'' vjriely (.'rxundrmls -
their house, old hens sflnuM be the weight of the dried sample
removed. Old hens not onlv bully haa beetl redttceal to three (1)
pullets ; ihey also pass on diseases | inniiids. In ull or bet iu hi aasj
to which they ha-., u Ions, it is
mune. Ctean the house thornugnly. Ilmport.ml that welg, u ..mi Wh-n dried pul down l.-in 'l;lies ahctulit be sl.lclly adhered
litter. Megasse Is the Usl Inter to. fjoo.1 |anartog nre often dls-
obUinalile in ,i.,i-l |'iuallfi-d for shertegt-.
with 6 inches of litter uddini' Follow the riit.il..gue closely
new lilter on old every three [ond let us have a buni|>er show
to four weeks. Remove only wl.it in Um fi>od crop classes. Aren't
has becom,- damped or Basted *c ull KJidenera?
^gttUi' '-
As aai a#oi;*er for neva-oliiiog ascess ilomoch oddity and re-
ksrving the pains and aWontforti of ocidifvcHaeitioo. Milk of
Magnesia, a product of Phillips, ii one of the fosse*, rnost effective
known. As a (asofh-e. Phillips actt gently and fhorowahly. wirhoui
eriping er discomfort, and without emfaorroiiinp wrgency. Phillips
tones up the entire digestive ivikrm ... Is lhe Ideal ontuod-lu.ut .<
NT mil ma fomilyl Get Phillips todavl
Liquid or Mitts
Chairs $I:M if
& Toilet Sels
ff.ifinimi.s- 4O-0P.
I">ttsasaas>as>es>sssssai >>> w>y>^***^'>v''<<^<^'
\ HI 27 Hroiil Mrnl
^ *- at M M Eili
II 11

Where is the
root of your
Rheumatism P
HI KI it ordrrful in t ft* Rhru-
nialk Mjlfprrii' IVoxn ha*t a
new treatment Nin|m| a I moat mn
dime nH If* *erri I to apply a
rrvolufn*r> n* tiuvwigc mim, iw(
ont. -her* v.*, frel tr* pain. Nil aho
on what oVviom mil iht m>algn or
'I'M"' r*'u hcif I iht tr*l
toot ol tout nouNe
One flatlet Mreei doctor ha* r*>
ported trtTMiiahle mulii in over
1,000 ,*ar* of all forma of Rhcu-
mauwn. including I ihrotitw, I imv
hago. ViaiKa. ru ll hat also bate
fralcd and uwd by Itmptiah and
Dovlor\ all n.,-1 the I nnM Kingdom
Tatar rlsssfa aha* -ti > m aa*
ld rriarf twBxw* ay sat tW
How tt get Relief from pun
lot a long uma okiataabtt r irw sim-i Pr^MHM.
Now if ii available lot youi own u*
under I ha naif* ol I kflrtTa \jf(tili'<.
i ttftin If you mawaft n in. not only
-her* ,,.,i law lha paw .i, tnio
it>t* ("**' *(( >ou ,m itrvfl
Mil* iura i"u ari I lot til. the,ream
wiaifujllt daiakirwJionim iKrev|uire
rjaraar ihe Spui.h.i -h,. |
iht im|MiuiK* ir Inajai' triu in the
irttlawni ,! rhtumatm. ami huh n
|ri*r*mi1 to main lit adrenaline po-
re*., lor .1 lean |- month. V..ihou(
tan potcnx iha cream cinnm do at ior>
I tht kiln at diitvtrd in tha
-iplin.ioi. leaflet it -ill Sa a ir-r
Be sure to intisl on LLOYD'S,
lbs iirain used in the .Iuik*I
tests upon which UMa treat-
ant It bawd. LLOYD'S
Iht brand dewnhed in an
itKlr In "TV t*m*t~ CM. J
II <95) m tht "moat utuftv >
ft-tV or awr t>f X
CSBMitM*, rVB*
Ft ACS, tO**>OW. I
Don't be
* "*"
Plr*-nt. r-fredung BNO'S Fruit Salt" ii ihr cnilc crtrr*.-ttr
.........fcaay iht ||W rtgBiW I< 1* < ftfUldaajglgaj,
nornim- livemhness, soothing and Milling to to* r.t.h upset b>
.mvuitj: .- . .'. oi ilrtlOj BNO'S nfcly **ll*< *ii-ac-.uty,s mol
Itciiuent GIUM of indigestion, flatuhriKC or gtxMlssarrj BNO'S
iwulk It'
UiYQM *** delicate Mumach. Keep your UNO'S handy U*
yourself and your family.
* Fruit Salt'
HI i (U\ttM:/t
. hcnoN
an lot .sis'.
IM*.i t!OS. atr.
.So/., ttt h.nl. .* fot
lasting friihntss.
< M>a.*-W 7-* Mjra.
GUkm Takes 104 Wickets
Hy o i covnv
IT WAS KiutiryifiK to thoa*. who have b*e
atiut. Iiil Weil Indira crirkri to learn from the Proal-
rteiit of Iho Wrat Indie* CriffeM Board -t Conir 1
thai the quntion of employinji the Wett Indlca
Cnqkel profesiJonalR Is to be definitely tackled next
> There ia no aecret autroundlrvB the fact that the
profosaionala were offered CIS per Teat match, to
that tiny would In effect be paid 75 for the five
Teats.. What b of more than paaaing interest U
the news that thajre ia a distinct likelihood of the profeaaionala
< (inn paid aa much as C 7.S per Test match. Thia would of course mean
thai the professionals would receive 37} instead of 73 There is
(iK>d chatce of a difference of f 300 ronatitutina; the meana whereby
Ml aaya "yes" or "no".
I kUppuae thai it will be more than -ipparent that the aelection
ol the Tc't team in emli lulony should not rest upon the formula
jdopted in the caae of the selection of the captain. The Selectors who
will no doubt be called upon at the expense of the Board and Wct
Indies cricket to witness the games in the colonies and that being the
vaae they will bo f.ced with problems that must embrace those of
..penin* dhwI.is. Thrre will be the great Stollmeyer himself, who nuart
i-lay ex oltlclo But who should partner him* The names of Rae. Roy
Marshall, l"airaudeau and Leslie Wight at once suggest themselves
.1 M km iimbanl upon them to make a selection in the light
,,l h.,i Hi. n.\. hr^rd ibOwt ipftsB inn fttfw Ml Ma ivvir
tunity provided them for seeing the prospective candidates in action
Within the patt six months.
kUbotatr claims have been made in tome not responsible cricket
HfdS I"" *" nkuUU luverthrless for the aeUcUoo of Some
inushroom pace bowlfrs. Some eoloni-a have Uer. notonoualy famou*
I uiik the Wait Indies with a noisome deadweight in inis
.l,pftrtn.ent ,nd I s,n.erely hope that when It corn., to choortng Mce
,. wUi i ihU Wtrlgulni rwqtttona to not ,"'"> Cmed?.t. Salt
a hu< been the embarrassing practice in the m'* P**
Cricket fans will be pleased to
know thai George (Hikes, the Lee-
ward all-rounder who has already
cored MO runs this Beaton has set
a new record for Barbados cric-
ket Association games
dikes yesterday captored 8
wldcets for Leeward with hit alow
pinners to make his total number
of wickets captured this season 104.
This is a feat that will take some
beating in the years to come and
1 hope that Gilket, who is still in
his twenties will be able to build
upon this imposing foundation and
In lime occupy a distinguished
place In local cricket circles and
Indeed even in the Intercolonial
and International cricket arena.
AV BttOhiK
eipHERE is much news to comment on in local racing affairs since
1 the November meeting brought to a close our racing season of
(S2. Among the subsequent events since this meeting are taw
number of eaaea of horses chi.ng.ng hands; some retiring from. Una)
track for good, some complete!* new importations, and others merely
rhanajnj UbsIm
Mr Tommy Edwards has l*r-ti but? going through his stable* wim
a ttm broom and among the changes her,, are the elimination "f
Tmiirni and Lunwavs from racing. Yaarneen has been bought by
Mr Bill {'handler for the famous stud at Todds while Lunways waa
purchased by Mrs. Wigley of St. Kitts. who. aa la wU known, races'
under the name of Mlaa Rosemary Boon. This was her name betore
In exchange for Yasmeen Mr Tommy Edward* has bought Car-
dinal while sometime ago he acquired Sweet Violet from his brother
Mr. J. R. "Bunny" Edwards- Incidentally this filly should be called
Sweet Violet II. There are many of us who can remember a previous
lllly by i*iis -iiime.
Mr. K 1 Edwards' itrinc for Trinidad will therefore number
Topsy. Cardinal, and Sweet Violet. Topty's chances are always good
and in B2 in Trinidad I expect that she will And many races of a
mile or nine furlongs to suit her purpose. I know nothing of Sweet
Violet but she Is in C2 and then-fore 1 presume she must be a maiden.
Cardinal, on the other hand, has been treated most unfairly by
the Tnn'dad classifiers. I can only say that the Trinidad classineni
have taken a most peculiar view of our racing here in F and D
clasaea If they can moke Cardinal skip an entire class. No horse.
that I can th'nk of. gave a clearer indication of being good, but lust
not a..m>< I" '-*. >m- .-i lum rare purely by default When
Chutney, who obviously could have beaien him. got the worse 0t a
false start by running three furlongs and then commg back to run
another 5'i furlongs. For being such an honest trier Cardinal Is nuwi
promoted from T to D2.
Meanwhile I think Mr. Bill Chandler has done well to purchase
Yasrneen as a brood mare and Indeed I was hoping that she would
not have been allowed to leave our shores. She la a half sister to
Nebuchadnezzar and the Golden Road, two very good horses who
ran in England a few sensons ago, and this season I saw her half-
slater Zante (by Dante out of the same dam) racing at Epsom. She
| also la a gx>od filly and in my opinion would do even better out hero
than Yasmeen.
I was surprised to hear of Lunways' retirement but 1 think Mrs.
Wigley has also got hold of a good one for breeding. And speaking
of Mrs. Wigley that brings me on to the news that the dam or
Colombus. Busy Woman, died a few days ago.
I This Is bad news for St. Kitts and I understand that the whole
trreu less rugged mortals Bristol Rovers crashed seven island Is upset about it. I should imagine that, with the success of
--n more popular than ever,
ward very much to Colom-
her money In the Derbv
clng world.
A OBOUF of steadily Improving galf ars at ILocUey sagtrhr gatliu
around to -M How Bohnla InniSa, out of tat Olab'a flnaat stylists doea
it From, left to right art: t. Toppla, 0. Manning, ft Norn*. 0. B*l
Uty. J. Oract. J- lUluaan. A. W. Tssnpro. E A. Benjamin. P. Oralg,
D. Colt. B Oibornt.
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Nov. 29.
IN SECOND HALF snowstorm that would have shat-
eoals against Brighton at Eastvilie in an incredible match i Colombus. racing in that colony-is now even
that will be history in the rest of the country That seven- J"J^.! ""nVlLi,"1?! K are ''T^"1* fiTt
nil win was the best League victory ever for Rovers. And 5 soVp,uK.,in^gi*sh, wSJon fhTinaTof the'
snow fell heavily. Half a dozen men were busy sweeping
the lines clear the whole time.
With a vastly improved goal av-
erage and two points as net gain
Rovers are silling rather more
happily on top of the world whicn
Is third Division South.
Two matches were postponed
Comber met e secured an outright Bnd another abondoned in the
victory over the Barbados Rgl- Football League. Snow debit was
mem as the eleventh round of In- same In Scotland.
larmediate games concluded yert-
Defeat Regimend
\Jl/ET weather through a great
part of the week made it ne-
cessary to post pone the Ladles'
i .1 i i.i .1 GILKKS. Medal Play Championship and
President's Cup competitions which were lo have started at the
Rockley Golf and Country Club on Friday. As next week-end will
be given over to the gay and I*la circus which the Rockley golf en.
gra (Hitting on at Paradise Beach Club, ihe two competitions will be
played on Friday. Dee. 12, and Sunday, Dec. 14.
As it turned out pla\ could have taken place on Friday under
verv favourable conditions. There were a few pools on the fairways,
but'the greens were dry and the rain that threatened held off through
the nflcmoon. However, there was the possibility of rain up to
starling time and bocnu.se of tlic wet weather during the preceding
.lav-, it had been Impossible to cul the shaggy fairways, which makfts
aoing gven in dry weather.
The plav-off for the President's Cup in the men's division will
lake place this afternoon between Colin Bay ley and P. D. McDermott
over eighteen holes. These two finished the thirty-six hole handicap
evenl last Sunday tied for the low net score, which was 142.
Incidentally. McDermotfs peiformance. playing off a IS handi-
cap, reduced his allowance by two strokes. However, his old handi-
cap will prevail in the play-off today, with Bayley rated at 8 Five
other leavers succeeded in reducing their handicaps during the men's
competitions last week-end, A. W Tempro and Peter Grelg iraking
the most progress
Greig. who led the handicap Held at the end of the first eighteen
holes, came down in the new ratings from 20 to 17. while Tempro's
scores cut him from 22 to 19. Raymond Norris also chopped a couple
of strokes off his handicap, moving from 17 to IS, while John Grace
dropped from 18 to 15 and Geoffrey Manning from 12 to 11.
An Indication that these cuts were imminent was to be seen in
the Ladder resulis, as all six of the players mentioned have been win-
ning their recent matches. Uuiitig the past week McDermott di-
placM Stanton Toppln and now Is challenging William Grannum,
while Grace defeated Grannum and is after Barry Osborne.
Following are the weeks Ladder results and challenges:
E. A Benjamin defeated N. G. Day ah, P. D. McDermott defeated
S. Topuin. John Grace defeated W. Grannum. Keith Murphy defeated
H. V. Ring. F. Easthai.; defeated Lord Dangan, F. Eastham defeated
Nov. 20Osborne challenged Manning. Nov. 20Fitx Gerald chal-
' longed Hinkson. Nov 23McDermott challenged Grannum. Nov. 23
Keltman challenged Toppin, Nov. 23Benjamin challenged K.
i Hunte. Nov. 25Murphy challenged V. Hunte. Nov. 25Tempro
illenged Thomas. Nov. 27Greig challenged Cole.
terday. The only other match
played yesterday was the Police
V.MI'.C. fixture at Beckles Road,
with the home team secu.lng
points for a first innings lead.
In the match at the Garrison.
Combermere carried their
Shock team of the day were Not-
tingham Forest. Wally Ardron who
was called In as last m.nutr deputy
for injured Martin scored three
goals In the magnificent livenil
victory at Birmingham.
Spurs fought back over two
'eck score of 54 for the loss of nrst half Ford goal" lo draw with
three wickets to M for all. Chief Sunderland at White Hart Lanr
acorers In the school team's nrst and so Wolves who were held to
Innings were Mr. R. Hughes 25. goalless draw at Burnley still
milllips 17. Mr. H. Sealy 14 and h*d the First Division. Arsenal
Williams 12 not out. Bowling for 'or whom Don Roper got las
the Regiment, L. Brathwaite took minute equality at Stoke are now
ihreo for 14, V. Watts two for 28 W t*rd position.
and J Brathwaite two for 39. , * D,*> ? **y at Shef-
field. The big red-haired Wednes-
In their second turn at the day leader scored twice against
wicket, Regiment were all out for Villa.
57 runs. Top-scorer in the Regl- Ft--t Mnm* Win
menfa second innings was V. Watts * "" W'n
1 with 24 to hh credit, wh'lo H. Happiest "janager is South.
i Heckles was the only other double ton George Koughton. That
llgu.e iMUn.an with 10. Chiefly e. <*f* ' Hull was South: mp
i resi-'UMble for the Regiment s col-
lapse was the bowling of Williams
10 overs captured f
Mis WMic defeated Miss F. Atwell.
Lady Dar.gan defeated Mrs. McDermott
Mrs. E Vidmer defeated Mrs. W Maclntyre
Mrs. V. Manning defeated Mrs. Walter Smith.
Nov IBMrs. Wylie challenged Mrs. Maskell
Mrs. Tempro challenged Miss Atwell
Nov. 251-adv Dangan challenged Mrs. Thyrnas
Nov. MMrs. Grace challenged Mrs. Smith
Nov. SBMrs. Manning challenged Mrs. King.
ton's nrrt home win s-lnc-' Augus
90. And new boy N. Garrtty s'.artea
It off with a 15 minute heade:
Busy Woman was by Colorado out of Tolnus and I am told she
died with colic. Mrs. Wigley, however, has lost no tir.ie In replacing
her and. In addition to Lunways, she has bought Golden Quip from
Mr. Alexander Chm. This mare had a very chequered career in
Trinidad but at one time was the record holder for the ' furlong
course on the Queen's Park Savannah.
Next I learn thid Mr. Charles Pelrce has bought Chutney from
Hon. J. D. Chandler and that he will be carrying his colours at the
Christmas meeting He will therefore Join Jack Fletcher's string or;.!
will be accompanied over by Colombus, and Devil's Symphony.
Chutney, who beat Cardinal once at the same meeting, was onlv
moved from F2 to F. His chances In Trinidad therefore look very
While the Chandler stable has been emptying another was im-
ported during the week to make up for some of the losses. This \ra*
the fiUy Courtlike who arrived yesterday morning from England I
have not seen her complete form but I saw her race in two races
while in England and she impressed me very much with her strap-
ping looks when I first saw her in the ring at Epsom. She Is a very
fast filly and was one of the few who made the good two-year-fid
Whistler step out a bit in the early stages of a race at the beginning
Of the season. She is by Court Martial and 1 shall give further inform-
ation on her breeding at a later date.
Meanwhile the list of Barbados hon.es for Trinidad now stands
around the 20 mark. In addition to those already mentioned there
will be some from the stables of Mr. Fred Bethel. Hon V C Gale
Mr. Jack Gill. Mr. Victor Chase, Mr. Rupert Mayers and Mr. M. E r'
Mr. Bethel tells me he is sending Abu Ali. Test Match First
Admiral and the two-year-old Super Jet. Abu Ali la now in A2 In
Trinidad and therefore I presume he will be an entrant for the Gov-
ernor's Cup. I would be Inclined not lo fancy hi* chances here but
i understand the top class in Trinidad is devoid of outstanding talent.
In that case his chances might be as good as any other.
Hon. V. C. Gale's string will include Fluffy Ruffles, Rainbow II
Fairy Queen. Cavalier and Bright Light although I am not sure
hcihcr the laller should not be included in Mr. Thavenot's lot since
wickets for 15 runs. R. Brancker "*f.Pi?t *>}*>'* was undoubtedly she is already in Ttinidad. Fluffy Ruffles ran partlcuUtriy v^F nib*
took three for IS rum Gillingham's Jimmy Scratch. Mar- November meeting after being here only a few weeks. She will be
Given eight runs for victory, rl^thi inorauuj he was_appntea iBJj^Ujn Trinidad however and the opposition should be of a
Combermere found runs
to get and lost lecting the necessary. Bralh
and Clarke took two wicket* each
wicket* fell by the run out route.
ried iriis morning he was appointed in B Class in Trinidad however and the opposition should" be"
lifflcult f*Pt*'n 'or the day and scored r.igher order.
> ml his side's equaliser against South- The other three. Rainbow II, Fairy Queen and Cavalier are from
end with a great thirty yard shot, the Barnard stables in St. Vincent. Both Rainbow II and Fairy Queen
_._ two-year-olds which are complete strangers to me. Cavalier on
k Ch,nRf uf lMnCr"|P '" Sc"'- the other hand. Is a seasoned campaigner. I presume he will start in
for the Regiment, while the other Jand. Elrt,., g ^ Celtic was uic Derby but ho has already been beaten*so freuuentlv over Iris
snowed off and St. Mirren with a ^ distance that I cannot fancy him at all in the classic. He might how-
grand two-nil win at Easter Hoaa | ever, make a pace maker of sort.
Burke Takes
7 For 26 Rune
O. Burke in a spell of 16.3 overs
took seven of the Police wickets
for 20 runs. He was ably assisted
by L> Brancker who captured the
other three at a personal co't of
3C runs.
iver the running.
Don lotto,,
Hits 133
From Our Own Correapoaiowtll
LONDON, Nov. 29.
Thirty-two year old Don T. lion
In their turn at the wicket, first choice Australian wicket-
Y.M.P.C. managed to top their op- keeper on their 194B tour of
ponenta' score by collecting 70 England made a bold bid to re-
runs for the loss of nine wickets, instate himself today on the second
Good Innings were played by day of Queensland's match with
K. Brancker 22 and E. Brancker u,e South Africans at Brisbane.
24. Bowling for Police Denny took
four wickets for 18 runs, Haynes Watched by Tesl selectors. Jack
three for 5 runs and Shannon two Ryder and Bill Brown. TaUon
for 20 runs. played a fine innings of 1SS which
In the match between Y.M.P.C. was mainly responsible for
and Police at Beckles Road, the Queensland taking their tint ln-
flrst day's play was lost to rain nings total to 540. he was batting
and yesterday Y.M.P.C. dismissed Just short of three hours and
the constables for 70 runs in took part in two century partner-
ne:r first innings. Chief scorers ships. He hit 18 fours. The South
for Police were Kinch 27 and Den- Africans by close had scored 8"
ny 10. for one wicket to finish 453 behind.
Mr. Jack Gill will be sending Dashing Princess and Belle Sur-
prise. Neither did very well here in November but the former had
quite a good meeting in Trinidad last Christmas, Possibly she will
repeat her success.
Mr, Victor Chase will be sending Landwark. of course, but I
understand he also has another of which I am not sure. Jockey Frank
Quested, I notice, has been giving the old mare some worthy praise.
He referred to her as the best stayer in the West Indies. Unfortunate-
ly however there is no race of 1 \% miles so there is every* chance of
ome horse giving her the toughest opposition possible in the Gov-
ernor's Cup.
Mr. Rupert Mayers. I am told, will have a hand with Trimbrook
and Flrelady. I like the chances of the, fcirmer very much while
Firclady too is not to be despised. I should expect we will hear a lot
of both of them in B and C classes.
Mr M. E. R. Bourne has only one entrant in the offing, as far as
I know this being Magic Gaye. It Is unfortunate that they will not
allow his Csstle in the Air to run in Trinidad, but after ali, the day
is past when there were so few horses in racing that we were forced
to put up with continuous bad behaviour at the gates. Magic Gaye
I found disappointing at the November meeting. She had pleased me
a lot at exercise but in all her races she Just seemed t lsck that
finishing speed.
All In all the Barbados contingent looks quite formidable on
,*aper. Perhaps in the next few weeks we shall learn more about
ihem which might change our views either for better or for worse.
After the meeting It might also be for richer or for poorer.
c A4AV/WV/.VAVA '-'- s,--
Pt&ute yWt> Bucket
mitiM. DECEMBER oxia
New Soper-
mobs Brjxaa fcb gallon or oaboldte
Ust ta* ttjsae-aeSlTt trasses frets
ssarthag assr aad rabaala
jsallUaa ef MOBILOIL with new
tat Oak aUsga stossic ptUa
the wear rtssemg
scptT-Srtergent forsaala-
Basut-artiTt gssstsa riags are lssssJiad la test aagiaes "Hat"
sseUU partscist, wore sff tht rings late tht asotsr oU art teen
astasarws by Oeigtr cstsrs as4 titotronic sBswswxssI ssrtloss.
OtssB>*r*4 witt ttttx high saaUty ass.ey-4atv gasjag out,
MOBXLOILa sasv aa ahwott aabsbaeeaals cot in costly eagla*
Par Tatar Next OU Okaaga,
''The Greatest Name in Motor Oils"
He asssitht #*^sw*^e**

The opening of a new academic
Near mark* a definite stage in the
development of ihe Univ.
lege of the West Indie*, sinco at
the end of June the first final de-
Wee examinations were held there
.and the successful candidate* '#
th* Krai graduates produced h\ the
It will be remembered that the
nisi steps towards establishing the
College were Uken early in 1M7.
ind that the first undergraduates
went into residence in October,
IMS. these were medical students.
whose course of studv cannot end
before 1954. This year's graduates
natural sciences, where
teaching began Id 1*49 Moat of
their teaching hat been carried out
in temporary accommodation: the
permanent laboratories for ph>,lcs
and chemistry were not readv unfil
:he end of last year, and roolog)
and botany did not move kg ihiu
permanent homes until this surr-
Tlicre are other aspects whlcn
show that the College has lived
llnouah its embryonic stage and.
thbuuh not yet fully adult, can he
ugardctl as emerging from baby-
Ii-k1 with a Ilrm grip on lit..
Most of the essential permanent
buddings have been handed
over by the contractors dur-
ing this year. One of the most
important of them, the Library, is
in fuU use, and It Is now possible
In make proper provision for the
rapidly growing stock of books,
periodical* and pamphlets. The
!.neater part of the University Col-
lege Hospital. .1 teaching hospital
nf modern design, has been com-
pleted and brought into use. Lu-
hor.itorirs. halls of residence for
undergraduates, houses for the
.-.endemic staff, roads, sewage and
water supply. arc all finished and
in use. and conditions are ver>
dirTVi.-i.t from hose in what now
seems the pioneering period four
years ago.
They have, further, been valu-
able gains in experience. An ex-
ample hi the Extra-Mural I>cp;irl-
ment. which In Its work Is tack-
ling problems quite unlik.
the older university institutions
The distances between the British
Caribbean Colonies are seldom
appreciated by those who have
never tiuvtllcd between them
From Jamaica, the largest of the
Colonies in population and the site
of thr- College, to Trinidad, the
second largest in population, is
mughly as far as London to Rome
To British Guiana is yet farther.
while British Honduras Is BOO
miles in the opposite direction.
Experience was necessary before it
could be seen how these geograph-
ical difficulties, and others, could
be met.
During the first stage the College
was, very understandably, con-
erned almost entirely with itself
It had to come into existence, and
the process demanded concentrat-
ed work and an almost introspec-
tive nttitude. There were unfore-
seen difficulties, notably the rapid
rise in the prices of building ma-
terials and of almost every kind of
equipment during the last two
vcars, and the hurricane of August.
1031, which damaged buildings
under construction and completely
destroyed many of the temporary
buildings In use. and these prob-
lems had to be solved.
Now that the first stage is very
near its end. It is worth while tak-
ing a somewhat wider view, and
thinking of the College in its re-
lation to the general life and de-
velopment of the British Carib-
bean, The College has received
support and encouragement from
all circles, and the Governments of
the Colonies in the University Col-
lege scheme Barbados, British
Guiana, British Honduras, Jam-
aica, the Leeward Islands. Trini-
dad and Tobago, and the Wind-
ward Islands have made and
have promised to continue the very
generous financial grants which
made the College possible. What
return may be expected?
First of all, there are the more
obvious contributions. The Colo-
it v rjn roONAl x \\i or. rat.
fiVfinnp Prim if..
.. of the West rndh-f.
sir TOOMAfl hvi.or
nles look to the CoUagu \i
trained perum- In th<
walks of life v
not oiilv (Or tht development of
the Colonies, hut for their con-
tinued existence in a modern
world; graduate school teachers,
medically qualified persons, ad-
mlnisiratoi mis. min-
ister a| religion, those with
techniciil trnlnfng for h>
industrialist lot, Sard training
can be provided it lower cost than
by sending young men and women
to Great Britain. CanMbj a tin-
United States and. much more in -
the training can be that
moat appropriate fo> th.
whim will he met.
Teaching is the essential function
of any umversltv institution, but
other rontributioTis which the Col-
lege will make are at least equal-
ly valuable, and some of them arc
M peculiar importance in ihe Brit-
ish Caribbean. Foremost among
these may be put the fact that the
tjteogrgphlcaj handicap of distance
between the Colonies is neing
countered In MUM men irw
women from all the ten II
mg togeth i at nc
There has oeen serious consid-
eration, and im.u,
In in' posali tn 'iu' todereUoti of
the Colonies into OfM unit. Wnen
l.ege will
have played its oart I
the Aril In II hKM hlch have
been com i..... il lished on
I federal basis, and the common
life shared I ) UU ung people
from the various Coloniii will nt
main with them throughout their
lives to bind them together, As
working out a) the Col-
lege, there is no ii Deration of
undergraduates into cliques based
on plaie of birth, Frit i
made and small groups form, but
their composition does not depind
on colour, race or Colony, and this,
is happeiuiig without any conscious
drive towards an ideal; II Is hap-
pening by itself.
Another feature of importance Is
the cosn-.o|x.|Miin nature of the
academic staff. From the tn
ooltcy hit- been to ppofnl to I
vacancy the applicant be I
fled academically for it. and to dis-
regard all other considerations.
The result is a staff which contains
graduates from both tin- ind
the more modem untvt i
Great Britain, hut also from Can-
ada, the U I Ni n tt <-
land. Holland and China. riveiil
Spolntmcnt In the Faculty of
ixlicine is from Ihe Institute of
Tropical Medicine al tlambury, in
Germany With nich teachers the
yenng paO|
Dcounl Into close touch with a
variety of outlooks which must in-
fluence their own nientalit> In the
future and will overcome the. nar-
rowness of outloc.k of those who
u small communities.
More could he aid of
lions of the UnivergUj Colhwe
The research prngramr
Departraents hsvc ilresdv begun,
snj publications in naiunl science.
histsw>. langusf
"onomics have ap'vesre. rtdt 11
Ual furuUon. m
'he economi<- value of increased
nii ledge in certain field*, but
-1*'j because,' without an acihr
teaming, a civilised
tj 'in hardly eniit Its
Ex'ra-Mural Department has a|-
read] shown that there is a gcjvu-
mv demand for intellectual ad-
vancement in all the Cqlimies. and
its best to yrevide the
eirrtuniv. for those able to pro-
fit from it Resident Totdrs in
llSoed In all of the Cde-
nial in the scheme, ami are organ
I x-nl resources available
for lasses, discussion group*
(ram* societies, etc. *. i
' "anbbeen jbu-tcrl*. u> now in Its
rl ltd year "f i Hcatjon; It defc-
ivt;rle subject* of Mil
.. e and also of general
ir'm^'tiiaT in'crest. and has al-
ie imitation, in all
ihe*- way*, the College Is becom-
ing a centre from which there will
radiate a proper sense of the value
of things of the numi and, the spirit
and a true appreciation of Intel-
lectual standards.
A final word may be said about
Ihi hinction of the College in the
future of Governments in the Car-
Ibbeia It Is obvloua that the in-
creasing comclrxlty of the duties
o( government can he- dealt with
Hvil service of high In-
tegrity, breadth of outlook and
rmpothy. In Great Bri-
tain and many other countries
university training is considered
essential for appointment to execu-
tive posts. It is for this reason that.
In his report em the future devel-
opment of the Civil Service in the
British Canohcan, Sir Maurice
Mi Irnee considered Ihe existence of
the University College a
Mil factor In his proposals.
The British Caribbean Colonies
are faced with many demands on
their revenues. Social services ire
expensive and expansion plans
cost money in theii early stages.
The University College is among
the financial burdens to be borne,
but if it proves possible for the
Colonies to make adequate grants
and for the College to expand and
develop to full stature
doubt that the return will be well
worth the cost
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PUNDIT TAIlOHE. iDept tW>ll, Upper
>or)ell Street. Bombay M India Po.Uta
to India 1. 4 eenta
Within the last fifty year* who ar- struggling lo adapt
Science haa prosu-esaed by leap* themselves to civilised wav -t
1 and bound*, and the older gener- life?
ation have only lo look back over Certainly there are inch things
' that period to realm the difference in the world, and no sensible
that this advance haw made in our parent would wiah their children
daily hvc. Instead of nllm* oil (if only for their own protection)
1 lamps, our houses are flooded with to grow up In lotal ignorance of
'light at the touch of a switch this darker side of life. Hut do we
[numerous electrical gadgets make want I UifH these thing*' I.>
I our daily lives easier, advance In arc want them to sit for two hours
medicine and surgery has made and be entertained with them to
our lives safer, the list could go on the exclusion of all normality?
almost indefinitely. These things
we have oome to lake for framed, ^ ** w"nl our young people's
and certainly to the younger gen- P-ions aroused prematurely, and
eration they are accepted as the nl an age when their understand-
ordinary parts of everyday life, ,n < lhe consequences of wrong
for they have always had them. doin* ' '" immature? There is
and thev therefore have no com- no1 "1<>in"''' '" the land who
1 pariaona to make. *W *. answer "No." Yet in
. But, among all these modern the face Of these pictures parents
inventions thai have entered our are helfji-ss.
lives in this last half century, the How ""en do we see a picture
Cinema can certainly be regarded based on the happy familv life
_ ^^^^ as one of the most important, when ordinary people, who after all
m gBai'i* -\V.f jffl *-' think of the influence it brings compose the majority, and are
9 jbbK'^.,'"'vVV Jbbbbi to ** " "* community. "vpitil -l BM life of a com-
|V*eV.'V'.r aaaai With the aid of sight, music, and munitv than night club habitat, or
d->-V>4,-C*^ aM h* spoken word It wields its the criminal dregs of humanity.
' -^^^^fc"tfl_____a^aa^^^Laai power, and the question may But no, our children are fed n
reasonably be asked, is it a power nict of eensationalism. resultinif in
for good or iM" totallv false picture of normal
ad pt.tures do our hfe aa lived by most people, and
when they go to the * those parenU and others who
have the welfare of our youth at
heart, aril who see in them the
some good pictures, citizens of the futuie. the only
some charming pictures, and some OOM rived at is that
educational ones, but these are in the Cinema is one of the greate*t
the minority, and few people Influences for evil in tile world
would deny that the great maior- today.
shown an- anything This may seem a shocking and
ming or educational, hard statement to make of tome-
but are of a character that show thing that plays_such a Uu
artificial type of living, giving In modern life, and especially in
. 1 false glamour and value that the lives of our children, and It is
j cannot but influence the youth of all the more shocking when H hi
the community in a unwholesome realized how different it saicht be.
way. To ignor the Cinemas is not only
The emphasis is laid on passion. Impossible, but would not be de-
unfaithfulness and divorce, on sirable, for the Cinema has come
crime and violence, giving these to stay', and is far too established
things a prominence, and magni- a part of modern life to be ignored
fying them In the eves of youth in in any way. Tlut surelv humanlly
a way. that, other thiin the Cinema has not sunk to the level when
would never louch their lives at it can only find entertainment in
all. crime and sensationalism, or our
Whv dn the pictures glorify young people find no anneal In
eek iM-fore iMVlnff. His brim concealing the eyes. The closed court shoes in suede, low- ihese baser traits of human nature Ui vthing but loose living, robbery
audieme included everal of designer was trying to oul-Gsrbo cut Into the fashionable 'shell" to our young people, andin many and murder"
tlffgant womtn Garbo. And he su (Shape. -ountriesto primitive people oa page 7________
Ladj Lowton, wife of bud >( l/ird Mayor, and Mme Thn-e-quarter lengtht
wifu ol the Krcncli Ambassador gloves are dyerl to m.itch. And,
to London. by way of something new for
Bo tar, Mr. Uicas wins tho venlng. there are stoles made|
pain for .orotiaiiim fashions. He < ntirely of flowers sweet peas,1,
is the first __ designer who does c.irlet popples, or pink roses I
t.ot atrtva id neall the 'romance" .v .-nted on a net Kite, and worn1
uf the Elizabethan Age he has with matching hat.
lo put us into fancy JsQaruaO of their price these
dress for next year. His coliaoe n "el hats ran only be admired [
.. Is topical. and OOt worn l>y the majurity
Hi bg t.ik.n tor hai tllOlM the ol wonMB Hut thon are the
-h.i|H' of ,i |H-.m- ' a# flvlet that will influence the
Ntn In lha LUuttauon on Lha b nuteetovan who produce the
Mr it baoa h of rad eareoi, h U for your local store next
and it is trimmed wilh pearl em- year.
broidery and u *IB53 wii Royal Shoes
M Usrla] aJvat, white Mr. Edward Kayne. the Queen's
: straw, richly euil-r-iiii- i amukar, has designed special
ercd wlih jewels. The ; PI g for the dram cai|ation t"
cluui. incluthriK .mthra- te seen by tho Queen at a big
cite and irridescent shades of I idon hotel shortly. He sets a
gold, silver and cupper. Otbai 1 fashion by making many of
colours, rich and royal, include tl.-se shoes in the wme B
robe red, blue, imperial violet. | the dress with which they are
Flowers, wl.^r. used, are an in- \ m.
LEFT. "BLACK BOD", an "eastto went" hat of wnlu leaves mounted on black straw and aaabod
I with a wimple.
RIOHT: "ROYAL LINE" a stylo, ba.ed on the peer**a*s coronet in rod velvet trimmed with pearU and
a "1963 wimple".
London Milliner IxHtks AKead
Bv IHIftOTHY BARKLEY. tegr.il part of the Mil rather than For evening he has styled
IAONDON a trimming. pair of pale blue satlr. evening y of P'ctur
Not so long ago film actress Almost every hat is designed to sandals, with three-inch heels. ?>
Zsa-Zsu Oabor remarked during be worn with a short, ups-vept They are embroidered with pale
a visit to I-ondon that English- hair cut. And almost avary bat) bhM sequins to bear the same
women did not know how to wear Is worn straight on the head. motif as on the evening* dress.
ting up this chall- But, for those who preicr a Another variation Is the pair of
Otto Lucas large hat. several "east-to-west" lime yellow snndals In tulle over
at off in the States, accompanied style, an* included A typical a satin base. The vamps>- are
I a eaVfO Of design is illustrated here. In embroidered with star-shaped
hats, just to prove that they r. n. black s t r a w. surmounted by sequins, again emphasising the
king dls newly d< rigrsad a Ufa ota for a sequin motif on the dress.
Int. ad garden party In any corner of tha
lor sale in New York. ChleafD, globe. Its coronation year touch Other pointers from this collec-
San Francisco, and also in Aus- comei in its wimple veil. One of tion of shoes are toelesa court
trallu and Canada, He gave a these larger huts had an Indl- shoes, in pearl-cmhruidcred Ivory
previ. w sliow of his new huts vldual air. It has a "lampsh.sde" satin, and. for late ufternoon,
laai b
What's Cooking In The Kitchen
I It til
rvea. Pojun it only
with GoddardS 1 ,- !
rtllvor Pollab. II. thr
caallaat cloanor more la: lost oaa't
aerateh tho dalle-ate aurtaoa of
clous sllrar. like aoma harsh pollabon d
' Toaalhar than tha utrniah i-rilcli
-hipa off so aaaliy) yi
aofter thaa silver -that's
The quarter pound tin of Andrews is of special
tateren 10 those who uke a laxative only
<::.iswully, to those who do a lot of travelling,
and to those who would like to try this famous
effervescent for a very moderate initial outlay.
Think of il! Fifteen glran of sparkling effervescing
Andrews from the quarrer-pouod tin. Here's economy I
... Here's value! Htn'% Imtr CletmJmtt*'.
*Jp Also as-ailable in the Urge, family half-
JSiT', pound M/c.
'_"* ESC (SjJ
QBEEN I'l \s
G 1 paaa arc a reminder that
Is almost at the door.
They make lovely soups and can
also be eaten with meat as a vegc-
Hire And i'eus
Peas. Slt>- (not shelled). FUe*
I poimii. I .argarinr.
Buttoi 1 Ba
Shi II the peas I'ut in saucepan
asma btitb 1 tto) W ol
Uva oil 0* naratarinc and a bit <>t
1 ahlpped
mioii and 1 tablaspoonfuj of
in'- u-s eryihlng
tr> gently then add Ihe peas. let
hem fry fen ,. f, I MTdfa thl tl
idd enouiih watei to 1 over them.
Whon the watt 1
add some more until the peas ate
omptetali coofcnd Add thtn 1
nful of gialeil 1
Ml of pej 11 ...,,i 1 bit of iiui-
ter. Mi ant
vmHi 1111 ,' .
(irt'en Peas in the French Wu>
Butter, :t or-i Oraaa paa
shelled. [ I ml. S.
Ugar, I teaspoonful
r Onion
(small), 2 or 3; ITour, 1 table-
Put 2 oz- of butter in .1
1 , pin; 1 1 laa i"' lul -n sugar and mix evoryihlni
with your hatnda, Kaap Ins
pan in cool placa lor about
ic ic A cliill in the evening air spurs
dress designers towards the solution
Ml gloSS
Ol walcr. I lettuce (tiethe lattUC#),
parsley and 2 or 3 small onions.
La! evervthing boil gently until
ra eookad You'll have
to add more water from UttM to
time. Just before sending lh< [> U
to the table mix the other 07 of
butter with a tablespoonful of
flour and add it to the peas after
taking out the lettuce, the parabrs
and the onions. (You could leave
if you Uke). i-
the Bra, mix again well and serve
with meat.
Teas Wilh Hani
Butter. Chipped onion (1
tablespoonful). Peas. Salt. Pep-
par, wettar. Ham or bacon (2
tables poon-ful
Put m ,. taucapan 2 07. of butter
or margarine and a chipped onion
and let the "onion frv gcntK until
golden. Add the pens and season
tnem with salt and pepper (if you
the bacon
lietler not put any -alt). Add
in >ueh watar to rover the peas
and let limn cook >tirrinij from
iin.r m lime. Yi have to add
more water m th. Barbadian a^foen
jeas are a bit hard at linn \v 1
vou lea tii.it ihi paai re almost
ready add 2 tablcspoonsful of ham
<>r bacon cut in small pieces. Let
h until soft and serve
;. Some people add I
teaspoonful of sugar lo make the
peas sweeter. You can try both
ways and choose the one you think
more tasty. isi
CHILLY evenings are sending not continually slipping off the
women to the stores in search shoulders. It also has two large
of a raiment to keep them warm pockets, and while serving as a
without completely masking their jacket, it can be draped to show
decorattva blouses or sweaters or off the blouse or sweater under-
even their evening dresses. nenth. In warm checks, this model
Hix sketches one answer to the costs 3 2s. 6d. More expensive
problem: a jacquctte. It Is really models can be bought In rich vrl-
1 stole with elbow-length sleeves vet and velveteen.
It has an advantage over the usual
itole, since it stays in place and is On the left Rix sketches the
newest of the hew boleros. It is
called a Picador, and Is fashioned
after the jackets worn by bull-
fighters. In jer-ey georgette, It
costs 25s. *
It drapes snugly over
shoulder blades and flatters
bust line. When to wear it?
Informal evening occasions.
In Paris
New York ..
women are
buying perfume
this new way

asH "...
Always Uk fit A
Life can be fine after forty!
Life can be fine after forty If you can keep your
energy, high nplrUs and a sound digestion. Don't
let the years get you down! If you think you
are beginning to feel your age, sfarf taking
Phyllosan tablets to-day! If you take Phyllosan
tablets t>vulartu, you will soon begin to Qnd
that your nerves are steadier, your appetite
and digestion are Improving, and your
energy and capacity for enjoyment
aa. of life steadily increasing, ^ossffl
fortifies the over-forties
There is no finer perfume nsadc than Goyayet it need
cost k> little. Thc perfume in Goya handbag phial* >
the same si chat in Goya's wurid-famiHis coatly baft lea-
there is simply les* of ii. These phials were miroduced liy
Goya so that a woman could carry periume about with har.
in her handbaic h> that ai any moment of the day. no
matter where she Mas, she (wild renew a**"* refraah" her
fragrance. (Jet a handbag jihial of Goya parfusne to-day !
Handbag Phials by
"I'll Lit* a bn-a. rVca
h.-i. dsaa sad r-bssU i
riaunaa, Ca* aad .nai.
Sab lAjtrahrfar) L. U. J
Mayara A Ca. Isi. P^. aW 171,

OTtcut Obiui Jown
by Hollywood
And as-
designed by her husband
THE voice on (In- phone was .escribing Mary Marling dress for
her farewell London aitpcarunci' "lilnrk liit\''said
Ihe voice. "with diamond and moonMoru! earring* designed lv
her hiwhnnil. Richard Halliday."
"Does he deslRn earrings too?' I askM Only lor her." came the reply
"She's-his business
SHE'S HIS BUSINESS So does thai explain why ihe womnn. who 12 years ago noppeu
in Hollywood, last weeffend finished a triumphant three and a half year* as the lead u
Soarti Pacific Does that explain why th girl of 20. who was loo plain for nuns
became, at 38. the Broadway and London star who k* rated
dressed I
When I nil*-. K.cnard." says
34ary. I looked so terrible I
sornet.rne* -i>nder whv tie
married me "
It was *rj idea to remove thr
cutU that Hollywood loaded on
to Mart iiii Idea 10 .five tin
a neat Edwardian hmd An
idrn (n have ner dressed V Ihe
famous Mainboch.-t
I tiavrni ne*-n tns.de n drew
hop rot -en years." a*s Mary
haamlv. "Richard ehoosrs all
my domes -:he colours. Uif
design*, 'he jewels 'he hsu.'"
Explanation ?
lai explain hv ne sc<-<
the Pmi tor her. make> her
aopouiuMBU iji tar aaswtn
(he phone fo: ner. receive* net
visitors for her gets the Oest
dressing-room m l*mdi>n lor tin
goes lo Uie theatre with her and
waits m Uie dretwirut-room for
that why he surrounds Her with
the aura at a great beautv
prof-cm hrr Uu'v i re$Uni
[-ii/'it note, but m ask * |
t>t ma. da-bap 'i flu'ii
er r whin me of the m
the wurked inr m lloltitu<**t
mow her in Nik Tor* he mid.
Whit. rlo ir on Id Mm
l .'Aim wjIi, little thimi
t mid liirn into thlt loreit
Was it just ime-aftonunf from
a siar's bualneu manager which
made him tell me ihar Mm
*m coming buck :o London
for -Lnsing lessons
because KM said :
" I could have sunn
mv numbera so
tnucri better '
It could be >t
courae. that an*'*
lust his business
Mvself. I suspect that to
business-manage a s'at with tin
rtrtcitncv that Mary Martins
husband manages ner vou need
to nave rour heart in it, too.
._, WHAT DOL*i u two-yenr-o.d
** lord give hia guests for tea ?
With children* party season
lu*. .round the cifmer. u guoa
to know thai Use nd of cak -.
thai were put away in snutU
nobk 'd
debt's party lasi sveea are welt
:i n "ic rewch 3| Ciniown'':
mummies can cook.
The cake was :ced wblM
sponir with a i
tod 13 inches across. Two big
do*>. one brown and a* wbiia,
ith sugar riboon* romn I
SMV.iiB Happy Birtnday."
In addition : little aponkeeakes
with conjured ic.ng. M i;r-
giaces witn icing. BClsJrs.
biscuit cakes. Bridie rolls w.tn
savoury [tilings. Cnecse straws.
" Modem children." comment-.
Hale, narlt. who bupi>
partv wlUi Ha tea. "much preir'
r.heese to Jam. and woj-1
ra ;i>: drink 'ea than mlK."
Top secret
FOOTNOTE -o the ITalWIll I
lea-party, Wnat *u the colour
coat ? Since -,.n photocranfian
and a crmrd >l WO saw hfm. it
shouldn't be hard lo find out...
SO I rang nil the pnotoaraphc
agencies; but Kt.ston
tncir ohnto^rapher bad gone to
Liverpool, and In:ernatlonaI
News sad ine.r* hsd |OtV
and Associated Preas J(d theirs
couldn't rctiiembcr.
3o I rang the Haretrood nonx*.
where they said it was Lady
lljrrwoatts private affair: and
1 rang Buckingham Palac'?.
where thev aauf It was the
Qurew's private alia r, *nd 1
rang Mrs. Michael Parker
ol lb* Dnke Of Fd siCiir^li,
private secretary', wli. i. I l
dldnl go to tbe par i
Then I svent to see Ihe print-'.
oaLs ul 'he expensive cl
nhops. Out MIh WhIUMde Mid
her ahop hadn't made -t, and
Mr. du Driller said he knew
nothing about it. and Mm. Ooli
said she made some of tits coh*.
but not that one. and Mrs.
Clara u liiitieu
Icl'a tru
:,t I

Mr* I iserthewer (on ner nu*
iiilntmisi Mr
< i..in hiti is good. tx;t he has hao
an. Ike hasn't and If

ill over the world and
'tx^i, country :s almos' agi M
Por 1 obse-VMl a mult,
if.illiona.ress at dinner.
Abe came into a West '
restaurant, draped in the k.n.
o: gant lewellery that peop'..
consider chic beeaus"
big to be realonlv hers an-
real. Three rows ol maa
pearia round her neck a pigeor.
e*g nibv set In diamondii on
each liaud rub.es and tLaauoiuL
in pee ran
Red ro*^- Were on tbe labli-
'nfrunt ol her. a wltear am,.'
on her nia'e : ttasaes of
fln> red wine mid rruiu
And when her party
wax clear that a rich a'
.specimen had passed that was
For nearly all the glasses on lie
:.ible were Still full of Wine.
.A. WWW MAKE soinc'rUni
w of It llumphri-i Roi.iii
r Liuren Harall
Mr Raosevrlt called Mrs. Kaose-
telt aksbs." Harrv Truman
calls Maurair- "Mv bab> And
lai) nisht 1 heard IroT-
itigiati that Mamie's pti name
fur Ike is ... Babv."
. A GOOD WORD for .
t AVfc BHl i III Kit I XMAH)
*l with Sant.i
thi i i i i oi mi m t\
/tl'HVH uM|
case, l>e,iui iul ui harnNllsaa
w nodai ul
while i' saeri-
eonscioui axononiy! ph. 44U3 and
make a .late!
VIHI IIIINO. . this ulhe new
4*4). This is where lo personalise
your girt this year with name or
initials. In white or gold keeja
in the .irtule and at nominal
cost. Iki'.
gift at Y. ile Lima's this engravnui
-rrvit-e i FBEK1 And furlhermiiiv
It'sSaWVIt K Wllll.r VOtl WAIT'
THE HASTEB k*. saasted lai
ct'liHir-rioUui" w.i. i
stHtkHI Of multitude
from wnrld-over inamila.tiinr*
fiaiure.1 at Wll SON'S H m
i "Muibiy dsoaat
from this galaxy of varythina lo
please at ovi
pktura anth a
bewsatlful matehinr handlnigw.
rl.or-i and hats, rvwrvthinx foi khi
irnAn**t a travelling man
OB... JI'ST HAD. Ih. |
lv I candidate Tor the nts* I'HIL-
l.ii-s Bkaetrle imiilishavk Ragaa-
now at MANNING'S Commission
Dent. (ph. 42881. A
machine || Is, yOtlll H
slops those gniniM U

i uuurti I t.l-
, -riband

I iii- lined
I i-iii|pii.i~i/-d
r. i iim in ...
THE t IfsRM OF THi i .,
the unussij
I hkl Shop!
ph. 4at 4 II now pre-
. , a*

'i and the?
\ no\ t OABV AllllUlat;
Ti\\ \f.li> \l.l KINDS ill
rtl \ nu R puts the i u)
llari'ados: Lon|
\ I I 1 .
'I" .
there's a new stUpi
NlMIHl MNt.IRs \N| \
T\l V It 1NG Bl I .1 if you ve
nevei iced and di
l| linos cO-(
TON PA this Is the
time lo beam with one I

Uia Btovi
a in wtiiih t.
baking plus Kitchen To..ls to the
things al
n.,1. _,,,_. u i ""*." ia s iukii nun I'm
Si r Z ?4i. S,i$ SXi -i*v to'" *"
So sorry, readers The coleu.
of Prince Chariea's coat U i
Top Secret.
<:Rt>ct:ns who are n nh-
a'rtCKing eot-of-lie-nit veir-
ihbles like eubergines uid
uvocado. bul sei'-liig
ST At.I M \'. \<:KI)
The Cinema And Our Children
rnia come to I., .
home lit Aix-er. i

.band. Alvaro I
He was Chilean-born,
! 57.
Council suggest an
th.-r inlernalional
it the
l> Uval ILiH m-day.
i MM.ring two out-
V ui-U-dte^aed man in
> klti hrn one la a hip-length
-l in d t BlDI a I'h
i pot kai m a lighter
< r is an apron,
atjrla, with a
yailow waistcoat top.
Edwardian footnote Seven fur-
ate m-
' fui-. in
, r,- in-nvirrow.
i. Unad with mtoil
Tlicv are ex-
fctih between 15 and


Fraan Page
It Is time the parents of the
world used their influence to
cseanse the Cinemas of theso ob-
jectionable pletnrag which soil
Ihe lives of uur children.
Through such bodies as "Tne
Mothers Union". "The (;irl Guide"
and "Boy Scout" movement and
various leiigious bodies pressure
should be brought to bear on those
who wrlle and pradarc these pic-
tures. Conibine this with an ap-
peal to the heart, lo give the nub-
Is? the chance to see the type of
picture which, while giving enter-
tainment, will help (not htnden
our youth toward the goal of be-
coming good cltlrens. We want
pictures which show in amphatli
the best in human life and en-
deavour, nut the worst, .intl
which leach that the best and
fullest life is lived In married love
and the foundingand Imbtosl
of a home and family, not in un-
faithfulness and divorce.
While In this troubled world
Statesmen are striving to bring
about peace and stability what a
Lieutenant in ihe cause, the Cine-
mas could be. With then powerful
mediums and the enormous audi-
ences at their command, irt'ir
power for good would be unlim-
ited, did they but use it in this
There are other things in life
besides immorality and crime, and
one short life-time would not be
long enough to see all the won-
ders of the world as OVUM be
shown on the Screen. Let the pro-
dimclut task of training their
hands to show the wonders of ark
and culture ih riitfcrcnt rountr
Ad their way .f llf.-. <>f l-'.mtlful
buildings iind scenery so that even
the most untravelled person be-
comes familiar witn these land-
marks of the world, and those who
do have the advantage of travel
will recognise' them us old
Let us also have gay. lovely
pictures with music and dancing.
Let the Cinemas of Uie world
take over the education of the
people in conjunction with the
aehools. combining education with
rwal iTiter'.uinincrt in a wav that
with raise the standard -1 taste
frori ;he iirakont "low" toa high"
wher, parents Will rejoice in the
CJmm us a help ,md ally Hi Uw
cUffliult task of training their
Children t--iay.
ft'aotnotc: After this article was
written it was announced th.u
the Rank Htwdtoa have atartcd
-The Children's Film Fouiidan-Mi
Xtd.," and are turning out apa-
ml films fr children. The
supply ol these pictures will,
however, be below Q ,
for many years.


his mill
children and his widow
bis second wil.-. I!

i the* (puns'1
! brother I-oel."
Men Made Younger
By Treating Gland
i( 'i(i i i it hi*, burning BMia*-
,-,. whttlth diahrg.
lull i. h- t bws* -.1 .plBe. groin will
l.tinm. mrrouinM wsakti**-
mmuly vigour srw eaaaI
. ,. ..f (ha fruiUt* Olan.1
To overeatM thaw traaala
I lit.I s \i:| siiRTINi. III). INIKI
rtR thi
IKII-. ij
^ B.W.I
rt //.ij toxnvi
ft LYMAN CO., I-TI>.
n youa haute ...
definitely: Allo-elie' i.k.IJ.
r oavves ilaaUy, BaTol) -
themamoal llllMNa|jB|
I Choose it now, in <>m
Maidenform Hia-ft
area are made on I. mihel niaV
Sksaasof Amen. a.
Tassra U i m(//i/l/ifjri/l
forevrry type ..( hgurr.
Select tour ( h...-lit.. from
the fallawlng:-
FRY'S lll'.IKMlM
i i m r.v
\ VKOI Ii ^ Mis
4711 .....ii.m SETS
\M.\S Mills
Many Oilier KMAI filFTS
Wholesale A Retail
3SU IlUI :-; 116 Roebuck SI.
t a kMiia.'.___
llaiMXkrt raJUd K^nt, na
h'.w lng oa hm uO-rafl
' ~iaraat**a u aet yxi
y:\ll ITWUli
. ll t.-l 10 to 10
younger <>r money Wach. 0t
"'.gam from your oh*mlatA1na
KintraaiM siuiKts joa.
H a*"" l> ustaBta-
* lot> la.ivrad
* Oalxoisly perlumad
a Cetnnare ftouqwei Face fod*r
1 gersi a iot" smooth Lnish
* Chngi l.okil,. evenly, far
lasting loveliness
(]aojC*eU $0u4ae~
Tliere U nothinfr in tlie world i BaattBllt uim! i i
the world'* muM lamoul Liveudw
Ji.,^W^J./~.t.l.[ii.i.i: U* MUi U.x|fal. ' Ttk mi BtOlimttm
f.BULSf OLD MOND t X U k I X k R U u I

1'W.I I ll III
k* a i, NtvrMkn 31 1M!
^V THE maintenance of controls (or con-
^M trols' sake is not the policy of the govern-
^F ment of Barbados. In the memorandum
W year plan of development and
taxation the statement is made that the
''Invernmcnt is as anxious as the com-
mercial community to remove price con-
trols where they servo no useful purpose,
and it will do to progressively as and when
it is satisfied such action will be in the
:,il interests of the community''
The sceptic might contend that this sen-
timent provides much scope for compro-
mise and certainly it seems to lend itself
to more than one interpretation. But it is
heartening that the government should
put on record its anxiety to remove price
controls when- they serve no useful pur-
pose. The trouble is that controls are not
regarded by everyone as inimical to their
interests. Those who find employment for
example in the working of the control sys-
tem would not reasonably be expected to
ayitate for their abolition. Importers who
know that thetr quotas are guaranteed
under the control system are unlikely to be
over-anxious for the restoration of a com-
petitive system in which they will be com-
pelled to study markets and to run the
risks of being undercut by some competi-
tor whose business acumen and knowledge
nf markets surpass his own. Indeed it may
be said with no fear of contradiction that
the control system benetits the small im-
X'a porter more than it benefits anyone else.
Si It would be stupid to suppose that controls
fl were not necessary in time of war in Bar-
bados or that they are not still necessary
in some countries. The rationing of meat
in the United Kingdom for example must
continue until that country can obtain
greater supplies than at the present.
But the evil effects of controls are felt
when a control system lingers on long
past the day when it was necessary. The
freeing of the salt fish market from con-
trols in January this year has worked no
hardship on anyone and illustrates how
smoothly the business of importation can
fbe effected without government interfer-
ence. The freeing of flour and animal feed
from controls could similarly be imple-
mented tomorrow with no evil effects.
Flour, animal feed and salt-fish are im-
ported almost exclusively from Canada
and the cancellation of import restrictions
on flour and animal feed would not great-
ly affect the total imports of either since
- they arc now being Imported almost up to
j) 100 per cent of requirements Freeing of
f flour and animal feed from import restric-
tions on the other hand might well result
in a saving to the consumer because the
importers and exporters would have
greater incentive to quote competitive
prices and at a time when the surplus of
wheat in Canada is exceptional, the
chances are that prices would drop. Free-
dom from restrictions would also allow
the importers to anticipate price trends
and to buy when the market was most fa-
vourable. Under import restrictions and
the quota system the dead hand of official-
dom prevents commercial incentive to buy
at times most propitious for the consumer.
The maintenance of controls during a
period of plentiful supplies exasperates
exporters who tend to blame the control
system exclusively for loss of business
when perhaps their own prices are not
competitive. By abolishing import re-
strictions the exporters' grievances would
be automatically removed and they would
have to quote competitive prices or lose
the business. To maintain import restric-
tions on flour at a time of exceptional sur
plus in Canada can only add to the cost of
living in Barbados.
With regard to animal feed there seems
to be an additional complication caused by
the system of mixing animal feed locally.
During the War years when war time con-
ditions made the supply of imported feed-
stuffs for cattle hazardous the mixing of
animal feed locally was an urgent MOM
sity. To-day when there are no shortages
of animal feed and when liberal alloca-
tions of dollars are made for the importa-
tion of animal feed the present system of
mixing animal feed to make it go further
seems undesirable. The mere fact that it
is argued that locally mixed animal feed
goes further suggests that an extreme
system necessary during an emergency is
being maintained when no emergency
exists. If there is dissatisfaction among
owners of dairy cattle and if there is a de-
it mand among stock-keepers that they
ik should be allowed to mix anima1 feed in
the way they consider to be the most desir-
able then the government ought to give
them the freedom they desire. The con-
L tention that locally mixed animal feed
goes further would only be convincing if
it could be shown that the total savings of
dollars thereby gained was considerable.
- But even if large quantities of dollars
were thus saved, there would be little con-
g*-* ition for the people if the best dairies
I / in the island were to close down because
F of dissatisfaction with the rigid system of
mixing animal feed. Several questions
ought to be asked. Is it necessary to re-
Id the imports of animal feed having
81 NOW U>\.M ATI.
to the fact that a was freed with
salt tish. onions and potatoes for a short
period ending in mid-March 1952? If im
port restrictions appreciably reduce dol-
lar spending is it desirable that the devel-
opment of the cattle industry should be re-
stricted because of the existing allocation
of dollars to animal feed* If a case for the
present system of mixing animal feed can
still be made out, ought not the public to
be told more of its operations, how it
works, the numbers employed in mixing
and be given an annual statement of
Whatever the decisions which may be
taken with regard to the local mixing ot
animal feed, the time has surely come
vhen flour and animal feed can be placed
with salt fish on open general license.
I HI i \lln\ \mt<
i Ollltl\U I 0\ COLLEGE
onh Uiouloglt-I
,- flu*
igcdy Indeed. In the
would be losing
little uland which
TO-DAY I am keeping off than DM "letter of law" it was staff and hav
promise to comment on the con- toast unfortunate that anyone profeasora I
dltlons at Codrington College, it could have advised S.P.G to ac- would be a t
i not readily known that after cept the mange. 1 wonder how nrit place
1PM there will be no classical man- thing* have been done at preside as i
faculty at Codetngton College and Codi ngton and are -till wmi has turned out m
I im left to wonder what will done that were not provided for have served
happen to the West Indies during in the will of the Founder. bishops, priests
the period when classic* will not A . ,tul Claasi- "*" "> oth proleaWiW. ****
be taught at Codnngton and the plpf^jop al the College in our young men would lose the
graduates from the University n f Nlr r^^man Boyce ..ppurtunity to get university
fhe'^rlou, S $S2X. b"" * *
The decnion to abolish
many men
as governors,
teachers pnd
singularly unfortunate and I>ur- h ^ thMt
ham University and S.P.O. must nn; oimcuity
MSSI.Mp port
THE late Mr. Ernest Bevtn whose name
is still remembered by the holders of some
current British passports used to look for-
ward to the day when visas would be un-
necessary and passports would be abol-
ished. It is a curiosity of the world in
which wo live that whereas there never
before in history have existed so many
secular agencies engaged in the promotion
of international goodwill and understand-
ing that it never has been more difficult
for the citizens of one country to pass
freely into another. Perhaps that is why
so much importance is attached by the
holders of British passports to the British-
ness of the passport and to the stamp of
the Foreign Office in London. It must there-
fore be most annoying for subjects of Her
Majesty born in the United Kingdom but
resident in a British colony to discover that
on expiry of passports which have been
issued by the Foreign Office in London
their status as Englishman or Scotsman
does not give them any more passport
priority than is allowed to say Barbadian
bom British subjects. Not even the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies were ha fft fct
to stay in Barbados long enough for his
passport to expire could escape from the
peculiar system by which residents of the
United Kingdom overseas have to bring
themselves down to the level of Colonials
if they want their passports renewed. To
those Englishmen who are proud of their
Englishness and who regard all colonials
with a difference this passport-leveiling
must be very galling. To be regarded as a
colonial when he or she has always con-
sidered himself or herself v someone in a
higher sphere, a home product bred and
reared in England may be beneficial as a
lesson in humility but is not likely to be
welcomed by the individual to whom this
unexpected reduction of civil statehood has
occurred. Who in his senses would prefer
to pus.- ess a passport with the stamp of the
Barbados Passport Office and with the sig-
nature of a Deputy Commissioner of Police
when he might instead be the proud pos-
sessor of a passport signed by Anthony
Eden and bearing the stamp of the For-
eign Office?
Things are somewhat better today than
there were when instead of a stamp bear-
ing the words "Barbados Passport Office"
passports issued in Barbados contained the
-suggestive words "Criminal Investigation
Department." A traveller on a train leav-
ing Calais for Rome could hardly expect
not to be embarrassed by some French.
Swiss or Italian official who might well
consider such a passport holder to be a
doubtful citizen under observation by the
British police. One may even wonder
whethor the embarrassment which has
sometimes attended Barbadians travelling
to the United States has not been caused
because their passports bore the stamp of
the "Criminal Investigation Department."
Having abolished this Stamp the local
authorities ought to call in all passports
issued during its period of use and allow
travellers to benefit from the le^s sensa-
tional description of "Barbados Passport
Office." But a much greater improvement
would be the use of a Foreign Office stamp
which could be made in Great Britain but
used in Barbados.
The fact that Englishmen consider hav-
ing passports issued in Barbados as an
affront to their dignity as fully-fledged
sons of England ought not to concern us
unduly. Many Englishmen use Barbados
passports without complaint. What is a
matter for concern is whether passports
issued in Barbados guarantee their holders
travelling outside the United Kingdom the
same courtesies and facilities that are ex-
tended to holders of passports with the
Foreign Office stamp, ff they don't then
the sooner the Foreign Office stamp is ap-
Cied to passports issued in Barbados the
name at Oxford. It cannot be said and finally thoae men who have
*"e that there arc not men available served and are still serving and
classical fatuity at Codrington was w u the omce and lt has always who have dedicated themselves
henever -there Is to the cause of learning would
difficulty there is alway now be compelled to seek other
.^-., advred by someone on M^^m . heip. Al present there avenues. The first step in any
the spot that this would be ac- ^ ,, The-logical professor hut remedial action lie* with the
ceptable " mTlLJ^ * *** Russell. BA., B.D i^ Bbhoo and he should con-
CodrIngton College will become B^ of S| Lukp., arui R(?v S1. ^^Jgff and Ihp fl|umni of
merely a theolog.cal seminary cla,r Tudor are delivering the lhp CM* and make representa-
iv il) be note*1 that there Is '
for improvement
classical faculty.
whose means did not afford them CTy for improvement In the ,
to go to Jamaica and wno do not *,,,* of clergy and efforts arc ^'.'''"hJh^ staff of the Cot-
want to take Holy Orders, to get a Mni. made to effect improve- ^J1*^? a'nJ ie ,ir ol
degree cheaper will be loat. ^ ny lhe importation of youn, ''"?* Tthe"^ndTp/S
cted on that advice wlhou-ap- to Ul). College. . but who coulli mil afford
preciatlng what it really meant ,f lliere ta nol the classical , Ho to Jamaica.
not merely to Barbados but to the trsainlTijf available for these young Bishop Hughes was verv en-
West Indici generally. As it is ,vn who come wX as students amoured with this new idea but
now the number of passes which y^,, jt tB impossible lo effect any i don't know many others who
have been gained in recent years gI^t Improvement; that is why I are as enthusiastic about it. It is
are not satisfactory and the m^nt/im that Codrington College n0w up to Bishop Mandeville.
reason U not far to cek. If young without a classical faculty might wr,o Is a graduate of Codrington
men know that Codrington Col- ^ the majn source of turning out Io make representations to SJ>.G..
lege is to be merely a theological y,^ mediocrity against which whose representative he is. to
seminarv then they will not be there i, now some complaint. I persuade Durham to continue the
as keen to enter its portals. Even naw i^n told that as song as Classical Faculty. This is the only
the re-ull.* published during the the University College Is in way in which he can get priests
week show that the successes Jamaica and continues to function with education which he hopes
which keep the name of Codrlng- there is no necessity to maintain will Improve the standard and In
ton up are those with the classical a clnssical faculty -t Codrington. the meantime let the Government
background. And in the theologi- This Is a mistake. If we have the send Island Scholars to the Uni-
cal examinations Archer and classical faculty at Codrington in versity. College of the West
Clnrk (who took his London addition to the U.C.W.I. then indies.
Maine in Curasao after leaving people resident In Barbados who n IS clear now that this 'dea
Harrison College with School Cer- for one reason or another cannot af Bishop Hughes' has put the
tificate) are both men with the go to the University College College in difficulty by causing
issical background. would be able to make use of it hesitation on the part of would-
I know thjit 1 shall be told that and we would still be able to be students and the staff at a
the will of the Founder did not provide priests and teachers of disadvantage because even those
provide for a classical faculty at high educational standard for who now attend might be minded
Codrington, but since it was in- service in the West Indies. to believe that the mere training
troddced and since It has brought If the idea continues that Cod- for priesthood is enough. In this
such success to the West Indies, rington College is to be a Theo- Way the work, of the professorial
having regard to the intention of logical Seminary then it will be uJf can be made more difficult.
Christopher Codrington rather necessary to change the er ;i<- J. E. B.
What Do We Want?
B> (.onrde IIiiiiK
able to reply whenever she is
rcspcnsible for the good adminis-
tration of the West Indian domin-
lf it Is claimed that this inter-
- of the wish of the accused of holding what colonial prem^ ol the deiay ,n reaciung
, S,.e THE invitation tu Wot Indian
Governments to attend a confer-
ence to discuss Wet Indian Fed-
eration in London next spring
inn. Fciterallon about u"k "' >'" "*>" . w"' it may be akM why Ihtn da th*
TOc r for lie United *-" " url. Br.Uir.lhal w, 'Indla B0ve,menla Ml lo
Kingdom'. n.et lo promou * "r" '""" h(eh ought to makc up ,, mma, ,nd hy
cSk UHCttUon of lhe We.1 In- be U the top of the hit of domto- poUc,nn5 fal| t put the cK for
die. it obviouv The Weal Indies "" "" ineapable of making federation before the people, of
.re BrIUin'. olde.1 gurvlvlng eol- UP '"eir l*"d. about federation. ,he area7
onie. and their existence as colon- rnien tnis International back- Agreement ha. not yet been
barro*un to the United ,und~s"Vully,'"appreei>ted*"tr.e reached between politicians on th.
. whenever attack, on ,,,,,, or w, |dlan Federa- meaning of federation. The word.
at .m -.nnnl nmiwlv be under- "closer association in lhe Ranee
oro_ report were selected to allow lor
be- ,'he choice of aojne alternative
drills!. Imperialism are made al t(on cannot properly be und'
fneel.ng. of lhe United Nations .1()ud. BrIUin Is annlous t
and In the Pre., and un the radio ml.e WCTt Indian federal:
al other Vounlrtes. The tact thai "'" lht. British Coribbe.ii ler- lo federaUon. and If federation
m""'itiuci.m'h0- v- -; rl,on0! und" 'hc'r """"" ,y- S^LI^iSJSTJff'JT.
Kingdom are
CiiLilivi- (
sLiti-s with
of the United :
!i!!?i bL^^ r.s"sTng'lo"Brita'm".n "lt2V
ri' > Po'-tKians in lhe West Indi,
vhuse Uoundanes
.itlst social conditions far more
backward thun those existing
The e' i on being done except pay lip-service
t hand do not share to the principle of tadmUori.
UriUins feelings of urgency about >e LeBlslative Council of
huliallni. however much ihev Barbados as it may do. rejects
Briltob Card,be.n ,..,r,to,. m.l- [^^Ldw X in ZehSS federation recoup wiU have to
ter. Illlle. The Caribbean terrlto- fl^.'TlderaliJ,, ,, iMd thing be made to the people and elec-
rle. of OKU Hrit.u.i despite the " tST^ederation mM com* l'"..s "e'd " "" '""'' ""'
^IVMced political cn.luUon> of ^nlua" y.'^hTpohticUn, of the But 11 is by no means eeruln th.
many are Mill Crcnvn colonle. ind w .' ,!" h u,c General Assembly itself will
the people of Great Britain through ^ of knoVlng h"l CJ^eit PP'e ..f federation. MoM.wh.le
the Secretary of Slate for the '""
Colonies are still responsible for
their good government. Obviously
such a .late of affair, cannot be
relcomed by the representative.
f Her Majesty's Government In
BrIUin la embarrassed by the the poslponement of **'*"'
i.ever ending -tream of areiiaa- l"e lea.-es the Wed Indie, with
linn, msdeuaamsl her as u admlnlstnilive sy-tcms subject lo
cor,.r^w,r"'d SS, know interference by . jeparau
that so long as Creat Britain I. Island legislatures and lb. teUr-
to woo them in lhe e.U of the Leeward and Windward
- are neglected more than
under a federal
london and the Secretary ol *.",T"rf_, ',',. .hnVthe'i'r bar- islandu
S,.,. tor th. t'oloni.,, I., 1-nd.n, ' %Z?"a"^'l .hey would be
over backward to get lhe Wet Kinmlom is Increased Thcv are or unitary government.
Indian governments In decide for ^? however at all sure that If Federation ought lo be treated
federation. Anyone with long e- frdertftonT achieved a Common- to a new look. Is ll desirable or
penenc. of colonial alinini.tra.inn ^!,lu", 'V , %- woU" I ought there to be will other
know, thai the Tabian tactic of SWoverqute ^ TTr to gram form of clc-er ..vx-l.tlon' If the
putting off 1.11 tomorrow or to ^ S ^Tont .Mhe Colon- an.wer lo either of the que.-
the next decade action that could
lal office
be done today Is In the tradition
of British colonial administration 1h# 1(| o( Gn,a( Br1ljjln ;i.
and the rapid development of spon'^Dyc ,hrough Parliament
ttself willina tions is afllrmative obviously the
1WU -11,1''* ._,__. __..^_ ^, -L,, J-_IJ v.
local politics in the Caribbe.n
to do In recent vears. So lon as Introduction of the desired gov-
re- rrnment ought to take priority
(Oi owr all loeal government aflairs.
the good administration f
the If closer association or federa-
- .- _.!_ ll"- l.""'l i|i|llllll.'ll."l"l| '.....' ....... ,
has if ""ytnln" c- Caribbean territories so long can Uon are both to be rejeeted then
v-.tu.ted this British tradit.onal lhp ,pomicUina of the Irta ,, what is gained by the Fabian tac-
nethod of ndmlnistnltkin. powerful pressure on London to tic which obstruct' all plans for
van "ubude government clr- KC, something which will make collective
les It Is often asked "why the
great hurry about fedt*
Why not let It COJItf naturally?''
The answer is of course the In-
creased meddling which has char-
acterised members of the United
N.itiMiK ('..mmtttce on Non-Self-
THE long period of research which was neces-
sary before the Barbados Gulf Oil Company
could select a site for its first exploration deep
well has ended and preparations are being made
on a field of Turners Hall Plantation where an
Oil rig will soon he erected. By the first month
of next year, if not sooner, drilling operations
will have commenced which will be historic be-
cause never before has a well been dug to the
depth which It is hoped this first exploratory
well will reach. The rig which is being used is
is suitable for diggmg to a depth of Ij.Otio feet
and It is expected that the first well will reach
a depth of at least 12.000 fc?t.
Row thai the search for Oil Is reach.ng the
stage of actual drilling operations lhe effect thut
discovery of large quantities of oil In Barbados
may have on the island's economy is becoming
a subject tor speculation. The Sugar Industry
alone cannot support th? growing population of
Barbados and only oil and the tourist industry
offer prospects of development. There is no reason
why these two latter industries should.be anti-
pathetic and it would be bad policy to let one
or the Other become predominant. If oil is found
in large quantities in this bland its exploitation
ought to be carried on with fi.ll regard*! to the
''ii'ii"! f |>c-Liily if lhe Uiun-l ..ml sugai m-
dustrtes and it must always be remembered that
oil is a limited asset, whereas tourism is some-
thing permanent which can be highly developed.
The additional employment and revenue which
must result from the exploitation tf oil cannot.
however, be overlooked in an island wtMM the
opportunities of employment are not propor-
tionate to the natur.il increase in the pa
It must therefose of the gencr.il wish (hat oil
will be found in large enough quantities to repay
the very heavy expenditure which has been
inclined hv the Oil compai.y occupied in its
search and to provide additional employment
and greater revenue.
Governing tdrrltortes In recent West Indian people through the
yean. Greet Britain wants to be West Indian Parliament become
individual West In-
them popular with their electors dun development? If we don't
in the Caribbean. But the moment -want a Weet IndOin dominion
that the link wilh the Colonial what do we want? That answer
office ii severed: the moment Mr. Lyttello,, will cerMi
that the West Indies become a self- niand of the Weet Indians who g*.
gcveming dominion then the to London next spring. And I tor
hole pattern changes and the one don't blame him for asking. It
ie that West Indian bluff
Our Headers Saw;
Products Ltd., that they had de-
cided to close their Sales Branch
i.i Speight Mown It was given
To the rd.ro,. The Adnoca.c- f* *" to tr-nuKc England, fgg^^1^^^^!^ to^M
sill, diik.i will last be get- '- ." ,P' mi Inly, spiteful, jjg cXgfS fmb |ocal meB,_
ting b..ck to the years of '28 and Again. I repeat, that with Mr. j wou]d |1K(! , challenge thee
'33 Years when the game was Kidneys management. I feel per- rtatements. In the first place I
merely a demonstration of the 'pctb' sure there would have been WO(jIll jav that the Imported meat
prowess of the individual and "i international wins lo bis ;, not inferior. Further without
not the West Indies as a whole, credit. supplies of imported meat there
Time was when cricketers re- "0| thal Mr- Stollmeyer is not would be such a shortage of local
girded themselves honoured to *ooi man. bul why replace the meat that prices wauM soar In the
be on a W.I. side. To-day. It is beet by a good. Really. God- black market to anything like tl .50
not so gencrallv. Our key men dnrd's remorseless removal and per lb. The alto/native would
re prog men you pay to plav. Stolly'i selection bring back lo be. as happened a short time ago.
Invariably upon these men hinge my recollection the words of the traders would refuse to sell iresh
the fortunes of the game. Gone P"**- meal ""P1 * Vs .'"V asC
that ..pint of Insularity and "Man proud man drest in a of something else Imported fresh
rrowness, Jamaicans must get little brief authority play such meat i* a_ boon lo^this
Um racofdi ol .i tow DartMMUant ':''"i- trkki baton Ugh
Demeraiians or Trtnldadlaiis. The -Heavwi as make the angels
inlellectinl abilities of our pros weep
differ vastly from his counterpart '
these moguls
If to-morrow. Sir. local meat
was sold at a higher price than
imported meat, it would mean an
of rrieke* *""d to the industry in Barbados.
"* With local meat at a higher price
than imported meat, the
quenecs would be that the
of the past, therefore, bulldozing * hoping that the pro* dance
or high handed dealings will not to their tune. Quite naturally
be tolerated bv the modern pro. th,,y eould once t the pipers are iwn-f would purchase the cheaper
Mr Jack Kidnov who managed properly paid. In short, sir, this aTt|cle and the local product would
the Team that beat England h,,;h banded behaviour shows a be on butchers' hands. This would
realised this and It was mainly *d lack of elementary knowledge further result In persons rearing
through his wisdom In handling of human nature or they would cattle hnvin-j no market for them,
the men along with Goddard'a 'oslise that their nction could I am IKH m favour of foreign
leadership that we beat England "--v bring the worse out in man. meat at a higher prke
and achieved the distinction that therefore, the pros would be per- the local type. Sometime ago
Mlowod 1 icgret Mr. Kidney's '*etly justified under the circum- the price of local meat was oe-
Inability to go to Australia.' I stances to demand their pound of Inw that of the Imported and
firmly believe the result of the flc,sh Thus vanishes the spirit the Price Control Authority wise-
tour would have Urn cntire.lv of bon camaraderie that God- '>" "wcd a rise in the price o.
ttflhretf dard radiated to the men under \ocal meat WKh my gpwtence,
H-.ntn.h.niou , the .lannlshhim. lean v without fear of m tr. -
;.P\raVk^WVheC;k.runrmnd,,>^ ''He*?1 S^gtSLSJff-.^^
it back to the ,i<.!drum and in- 'f-'-if .-,, r..it ff-riim.- iat lu-
,,,il,v. The "are-nabje *. T, lhe dr. T* Aivoc,,- ra,5e ..v^Ut *"
I ...>ldard after his SIR -In M .,. of Tnankin. rau ratrJlWc.'.
ln-o lnternalional successes along Xhe "Advocate" It was stated in Yours faithfully.
with recognition b His late an advertisement by Messrs. Food DAN SPRINGER.
Don't be /^V I
about that Qift

GODDARDS gold braid rum

Still on hu voyage to Baroa-
podos^n JM7. Upon, th* first
*" ' "* Wlaad. de-
fnb mf adto-nttirri in
St. logo.
But before w* arrive at cur
r.ext harbour, St. I-igu. i
ules of Cape Verde, and now
revolted from the King of Spain,
to the Portugal, let me tell you
one little observation I made of
the Ship"! *y. in alack winds,
aark nights, we "U* nothing under
water but darkness; but In Miff
winds and strong; gales, we saw
perfectly the kerf of the ship, the
fishes playing underneith as
lighted by a torch, and yet tho
n'Sj?1* werr r *qual darkness.
This put mc in mind of pafa.1
of Philosophy I had heard dis-
coursed of among the Learned;
that in the air, rough hard bodies,
meeting with one another by
violent strokes, rarity the air so
as to m ike fire. So here, the ship
being of hard aubtlance. and '
SI \!>\Y \l>\tK II
Of the Wand of
K . ; i \ (. I/./.
Asthma Mucus
loosened First Day
For lighter, more
successful baking...
. ... l0 **" *n the vallev under the the lowest of those seemed rather
violent motion, meeting with the Padre's house, where he was well hills than rocks yet no russet as
strong resistance of the waves a*irod no spring* of water were we were in doubt whether grass
(which though they be not hard. lo * found. did ever grow on them. Bui when
yet they are rough by reason of But some of our man who spoke we came within distance of dis-
their saltness) does cause a light, tod Spanish, by their enquiries cernyig colour perfectly, wa ex-
tnough no fire, and I may guess, heard that there was a very good pv.'ted the valleys as they opened
that that light would be fire were well on the other side of the hill '' UPi would have afforded our
it not ijuencned by the sea in the under the Castle and were brouyht eyas a richer prospect with more
inst-int it is made, since the sea to the site of it by some of tnc variety of colours. But. we found
in his own Element, hath the Country people. When he per- very little or do amendment
greater power and predominancy, orived this that we had know- only the tree* of Coconuts, with
But before we ram,- to St Iago, dge of. he was much out of *>me others that were large and
we were to have visited a small *ountenance and used his best beautiful, whose top* (giving um-
island called Soil by the entreaty eloquence to make us believe he P'y proportionable shadows, to
of a Portugese we carried wlih us had never heard of that Well. their roots) held their greenness
whose name was Bernardo Mlndea So finding that this practice ">< were extremely beautiful
do Soufa. He pretended that a would not serve his turn, he tried Since the time of our sta>
great part of the island (if not all) another: and thai w is to command there was during the Tornado
was Ills own. But. It lay will "r Master to carry ashore that Mason, when the sun (being in
\% hat cut of our way and we could part of the Cargo soon that was his return from the Tropic of
not recover u mucc the wind was consigned for that place. This Cancer to that of Capricorn, to
Cross, and some of the sailors cargo was Cloth. Bay* Stuffs of **SH ""d refresh the South world)
informed ui that It wis un- several kinds, Llnnen Cloth. Mats became zenith to the inhabitants
inhabited except for Goats. Dog* with broad brims such as of that part of ihe world about
and the like. So we gjessed that Spaniards use to wear, and were the beginning of Augut, when
he would (out of vain glory) show made in London purposely to be the rain falls in abundance and*
us something that he called his. put off there. These goods, befng i accomptod winter to those
But the Master who knew the valued, when they were receiv'd parts where zenith is, we stayed
condition of the place, would not at Land, there should be a return there 19 or twenty days (the rain
lose so much time to no nirpos*. made In Horses and Cattle But falling a good part of that tune).
which gave some discontentment as we had cause to suspect him We perceived Ihe VaUfljs to
to the Portugese. This he ex- for the casks, so we had for the put on new liveries: so fresh, so
pressed through his countenance Cargo, and so returned him the full of various greens. Intermixed
by a sullen dogged look, till we answer that we would not land with flowers of several kinds.
came to St. Iago. But that was any of our goods without re- Some rowing on stalks, some on
but a whetstone to sharpen a ceiving the like value Ih cattle by trees, so full of variety of the
worse humour he was big with, parcels to receive the one and most beautiful colours as If
for though our merchants had deliver the other. Nature had made choice of that
tedeem'd him out of prison In On this message, we went to place to shew her Masterpiece.
I-cndon. intending him a main the Purser of the ship who spoke So that, having feasted our eye*
director in the whole voyage; good Spanish. But Bern* do being with this delighted object. r
whose credulous ears he highly vexed to the height th.it his plot desired to try whether their
abused by telling lliem that the was discovered, kept him prisoner- smell was as pleasant and odor-
Padre Vagado (Chief Governor of We sent another to demand him; lferuus as their beauty was ad-
St. Iago) was his brother, and h was likewise detained. Then mirable. To -atisfy ourselves of
that by the power he had with we sent three or four more and this curiosity, would have gone
him. to lay all trade open for some of the soldiers of the castle ashore. But. we were advised to
Negroes. Horses, and cattle which gave fire upon them. So, we stay a little till we were better
were the contraband goods. By resolved to weigh anchor and put assured of our Portugese. Ber-
thls persuasion, they gave him the to sea for a week and ten dijys mardo. The time we stayed gave
power and command of the ship and return in the night (ihe us lime to take a view of tnc
and goods. But he intended weather being dark and fit for Harbour or Bay which they call
nothing less than the performance cur purpose) and surprise the the Pry and Is about a league
of tint trust, for he meant to Padres house Witt M> Mug* over from land to land. And. as
make prey of both, our liberties quttiers, which wc could muster I gucsuod. somewhat more, from
and probably lives to boot, if we very well of the gentlemen and the points of land to the bottom,
had not been very w-iry of him. other passengers In the ship, and and as m entered, we leave
The first thing we perceived in some of the sailors, and take the (mull island m our Larboard side,
him was a strange look he put on Padre Vagado and Bernardo This Bay or Pry lies to the
when he came near the island. Mendes de Soufa, and carry them Leeward of the island, where we
This caused us to suspect some to the Barbadors. But the Padre found such great, such insuf-
great nnd bad design he was bent net knowing of this dislgn 'in, fcrable heat, as you will hardly
on (for being jolly and very Bcrna-do sent us a very kinu imagine that bodies coming out
good company all the voyage, to message, inviting himself aboard of cold climates could endure
change his countenance when w our ship receiving hostages from such scorching without sutTocul-
were near the place where we us, and so upon treaty with hjm |ng.
hop'd to enjoy ourselves with hap- aboard, settled a trade and got I hod In a cabinet two pieces
piness and contentment, was a tur prisoners released. Then wo of hard wax in the hold of the
presage of some evil intent to bo were invited to his house, or ship. Both melted and clave to-
put in practice. This we hourly rather his Roek. (or il was most gcther, and the cement of the
expected, and were all at gaze part of It formed in a Rock, with cabinet that was made to hold the
what part of it was first to be a steep and very high precipice jnk. melted and became list. So
acted. This he (more speedily But I am misled into this that finding the air so torridly
than he needed) discovered, and digression by the wicked Portti- hot. I thought good to make trial
it was thus. gese, whose unlucky countenance nf the water, and I leapt into the
Our water being a good part before we came to the island gave sea which appeared to my sense
spent in our passage thither, and me the occasion to say somewhat no more colder than the air; than
we being to make new and large of htm. and his miscarriage in the the Queen's bath (at Bath! is
provisions for the remainder of island before 1 came at It. hotter In June here in England,
our voyage (carrying Horses and But when we came within night ,No 3 to be Continued)
Cattle with us) which we were of it. it appeared to us full of _-------------- ----------------
to take in there, he commanded high and steep Rocks (the high- Russian Newsman Ueported
the Master, by th cower he hid est of which were mere stones. TOKYO, Nov. 27.
BW him, to send ashore all viic without any soil at all) and they rhrtw ii,lFS lin newsmen left
empty casks he had aboard. This of so great a height, as we sel- deportation orders
was with intent to detain them, dom saw the tops, wl *e lo> -j^^y mil a,eir departure
Two Fravda correspondents
asked by newsmen here
We first heard of George 1-ov. .rwi
in 1721, when he salliM d
Thames from London i
mate aboard the Gambia C !l*.
bound for the Gambia
The Captain of the ship. ChaMes
Russell, had on board
mem of soldiers under John
Maasey Who were going to gar-
rston a fort near Ihl
river. After an uneventful rO) ige
the ship reached the Hiver. nd
there the trouble began. The 1-
diers had been looking ior rd
to n easy time ami good !>>od
when they reached Gambia, but
it turned out otherwise. Soon Oflt i
the ship arrived ut llu- Saver,
i John Massey was hoard
plain that if the popullttaOO
igjl it- attitude and '
: his men better provision* he
; would be "under the necessity of
onsulung for himself."
Noticing this discontent am ng
Line soldiers. George Lowther i-
termined to put It to hi- own
| He became fi ieiull> with Ma e
and advised hen that if t .
cut i > u.< a ,d hl< friends im-
. .vcrpowared the male
and made the sin
No Turning Bark
A tew hours later tin
Cflsile sailed out of the harbour.

Gambia River were but a thin
tba Lwrlion Tin
i a '
beginning to realize thai
i turning back.
Calling all hands aft Captain
I.< wther announced th
M to make their plans
for the future "Ifor, ti- fully
to England, for b>
sewing this ship we l>.
Juttt) of in oooneo, tni
or which Is hanging, gg i
; propgai
I such a fate. If yov
do not accept my proposal please
iel me ashore at some safe place
'111 prOfXo-il is 'Ji.it iv<
i k oui tertunog on Uw
high seas as other larnvi RMM
have done before us.
traxufh il.- KWj4. i
l"H <* WwhLI
i atarla hue-,-
-.11-. i.
sMaa, h..iti,, g.
W-k .4llUcii,.n r tnr bark
lw Ull ItXNLMCO It-

and Bottle
worked together they could cap-
ture the Gambia Cajlic and n
turn to England. Massey agrOd.
and one day when C.ipUin
Russell was ashore he tola tftt
din on tented soldiers, "you that
bun ., mind to ta to Fngi.md,
now is the time!"
Acting on impulse most of the
soldiers Joined him, and he sent
a code message out tu Lowther.
who wan on board the (iamhin
Cosilc, to let him know that he
and his men were on their wuy
to say. the men accepted Low-
Xhfl ship'- ii.tine kv.
' tsttnMa Ciuiic
0 aery .md ihe met
-tup hoi f"; ntUon,
. i ,
ti.i undm
and each man signed them
liter the Uawn De>
in with tha bnganUno
Cho'l'i of Boston, and after run-
sackn^ hei let her go. Not lung
0) On page II.
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Quick relief from

Try to answer ..
queetlOCS which

I "

out or
First .if all U
am in nerttn
. Oft
:>wrn waa not .-.

failed, mean t' '
t*td no*, win a sinflc |
I .,

it mu*t havr bairn r;iorted. at
!htt in
Britain th of the new-
papers wrote nfl
as a ta I'.ui < i '
But the inaKV
ncp'ra whose wril
opinion were WW) fiotng Uu*
because. t*.e Britl l I n
lived up to 1
whu-h the v. ill I t.ieae Mine-
Journals hold tor UV t*"nn *"
fore it DM '
words the Br!-: t -
cracked up thr frliian Olymple
Tonm to be BM
iikdv to break raeorat, was to
:iappointed when !h*j had i<
:i the pufcli. '
not o good, that Ihey wrote about
rvrv Brili-' !
trophe. Reading some of IMM
reports, whlei. cimc l>- i
sink. I did think there were one
or two wfckh were over-done.
But what I admired about them
waa that it wa* better than, mak-
ing excuse*.
when Lord Biir*hl"
Rj | Abraharn... Jnrk Crump
end company returned from the
Came* they 100k the Press
icvcrclv to task arvt blamed* them
for nviklnif the bo) appear to be
work! beaters long I-of or* they
w-nt t<> the Olympics. Here 1
think they wara nil wrong. There
waa, I think. unncthu.K to bt
siiid for both tides, nnd the
Mayer aMcn the IVbks came
!..i> h was i> g'>od illustration
, r t i ha* r4al tuite rtghi-
|j th.it the public had been asked
to mibscrilx* funds to avnd the
Rritlah team to 1
the Press had lold tba public that
the Brlttat no chance
to win a gold meitni then the
response .< Ihe appeal would
have been half hearted.
Furthermore 1 think the spoils
writers in Britain had every
renaon to led optimistic about
their athletes. Ii U the Bret
lime vince the war that any young
men had com* to the fore In ; fiport and broken the recm.. t
their predecessoi ri.ht and iett.
iin: I..I.O MI'IIIPS
'hi liai.i
i establi n j inutd of some son
,n the r. btf -l ihe Whit* City.
InsUMd he British Empire loot
thi; relav by a narrow margin.
On th, whole I think the best
Tingle performance by a British
athlete waa Chris Chataway's
etTon in the 5.000 metres. Fre-
quently the Americana have said .
ruin since ihe war
hod gore down becauae the sports- '
men lacked what the Yanks termed ]
lha "kii er spirit". Chris Chata-]
JW ha-- ill thi.i nd morr Artmi-
exp>-i ence makes I
I im better qualified than most1
II 'i la var'ure in opinion or
Bntifh Athletu waa in complete
ngreemf' I hstaway.
Singl nts in the
u'test for special
nn-ntiOf. I would choose Adnemir
Ferrelr Da Silvn's performance
'* the I lop. Step and Jump as one
* '"t. It w -c defini'ely hi*
'..r fniiHl.-ss efforts by
pet'tor in anv one event
I think thin wa tnc best seen at
the Oam ^s He ha.l six jumps
not one was a foul, and In four
of them he bea' the old World.
record for th i event, o' which.
ttw dantalb/, he was nit.
Next we had the two Australian
Kirls Shipley Strickland and Mar-
jorle Jackson, who between them
took tnree event, and n three
world record*. Shirley Strickland
won only the 80 metre* hurdle*.
while Marjorie Jackson won both
As a Danish ports writer said to me in the Press Stand in lha n-.m eouM only make a WblttwM, he deliberately fooled thai one of the dra^arc mn^Ttl
Stadium in Helsinki: "Who would luuith ptoe* 'h.-n there was no aroand In each race. Whuftcld got of lhp Games took place when'
not bo optimistic with runners as i.ope left for anybody else. aw-y with it in the W metre* Mri_ bianker..-Koen hit the flrst i
young and as promising as Such waa i... raaaon-Ug. when tut in me 400 metres I mink. k ,hr^ hurdles and dronned out
Chataway. Plrto. Bannister d the chief British hope MleU .was the reason for his running ShlrI#T meanwhile went on to
DUley?" Add to this world record There still remained Peters and la*t in the flnaL The same thing hrek Inp wor)d ncvi aecona i
holders MatDonald Bailey and "X In lha Marathon but by this an bed to BanniMer In the 1.50Q limc She hM iirMdy Horip TO
Jim Peters and It Is quite evl- bfn* sUtopak was known to be an DMU0*. __jn a hM| j^, duf to following
dent that Britain's team was "t "nd these B-nnlsters methodsJ"J**1 wind It was not allowed.
formidable one indeed topa* mi have looked "^ '^,riJ b> n ^orm^*Jn Marione Jarksr*, ws. u... ,~.
All of Ihe above did well. But la*wW 0O0I indeed -gainst the the ,n. dley rally In the^uaual oost- M one Xaekso,, w ,ust too
,i hit* r'fa>tDB* Pin- ,nA p,i ireml Olympic match, Ihe UAA. against "'"?" ",r anv OT * otner unmrn
*,mlS" miT.^S H I ' lb,M,..o, U , .V Ii.! Br,,h DnpW. Thi. look "'" ' "I" wh Mr,. BUn.
lype ol runnrr whow Unit oo.nt pla a>

her hW-dW.
Ii^oi (MsmdablUtT. It S ciu.lc- no after the Caran. Startlni the 'W never have matched Mar-
true hi: r .1 Ihe 1.500 metres falter r,r>t leg of the relay for the Em- l""e ror speed, ft would have
had ever done this oil- plre Bannister turned In such .1 ,t^ Jn'or5*,'n < ,_ Marjorie
But *o did liarilie' far time over the first half mile Jackson s times If she had some-
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THE LIVINO ROOM AT 221B BAKER STREET, drawing bf Ronald wUxtU A *k*tch of th living
room In Baker ltrpt of tha datacUva and Dr. Wituou coaatructad for Ue Sherlock Holme- Exhibition
(recently held in London). The took i* shown a* It might have appeared one evening In 1S9S; the ra-
maUu of Ui on the table. Any nutta In Oonan Doyla'a storlas a* to the appearance of the room have
been carefully incorporated in the reproduction, including Holme*' chemical apparatus, biographical
library and boxing glove*. The llfellkenaa* of the toon* at the Exhibition wa* enhanced by the playing
of a record of the atreet nolaea of the late 1890's, which penetrated aa a distant *ound through the
drawn blind*. ("Reproduced by Permission ol the Proprietors 0/ 'Ptm
a Cambridge College as its preii-
g *)' n
discussion of Sherbx kia r* in
arouse wn demonstrated after the
.1*111111: of the 1
ind Wh-i
l-.idmg tu <- space to
! views on m.h
efe'hcacopr carried by Dr Wat.- n
The appeal of the Shcrl .-k
H *"rtes at a lime like the
t'*cnt cjn be easily understood.
The Baker Street Irregulars have
a chantey of devotion" which
When influential dorms
See earth 10 hell proceeding
We still iiiul Sherlock Holme*
The perfect bathroon
Hut why fhuuld men form cli -
for the study of the CM
ahould doctors, lawyers, unlvrrs. -
dona via with one another In ad-i-
iiu* to Holmeslana?
MlB h ol the mock-serious ftttdy
of the Holmes canon 1% obvious^
an Intellectual exercise. part of an
elaborate game But these is mo
to it than thai It provides a pei-
fect excuse for re-entering ai-1
lingering in Ihe Sherlockian worl L
Thai world. sealed away In t!.
past and Inviolable, groan ev r
more alluring as the IwcnUt:;
sure of flndiriK no problems' lh.i*
aiii not 11
There Is trafficking in \\.
uilden death, but also a hghtnci^
of heart that the mod.:
seams to have lost, an almost
Wnrlahauaawn gaiety: "My dear
1 I rWVi I \ terminated
lh.it fourth egg I will be ready to
put you In touch with the whole
Itnation. I don l aay that ue h.,..
hUfctlaaj it f.ir from It but
Whin i have trnred Uk
;i Everything naj
now a pen.-I charm. UMORVwn .-
Hong, the clothes, the milmi of
he adventuresabove all the set-
inga The myttgrlouaRaV-llt Lon-
don of tin 1 inetles
Ihe London of vellow ("tfs, hoarse
treat ciM, and rattling hansom-
capture It the Sheiluckinn ncr.i
hat vanished forever, but to re-
venteen steps to
The Cult Of Sherlock Holmes!
8/ CAMPBELL NAIRNE (Literary Editor 0/ (he "Radio Times." London)
If Ihe creator of Sherlock the Strand begged for more. Al- From that moment Oonan DoyL
Holmes were alive to-day he ready weary of Holmes <"He takes knew that Holmes had joined the on|v niouni lb
would be reflet-ting ruefully, nnri my mind from better things"), immortals. He accepted the sltua- lnc Master'- -
no doubt with a touch of exasper- Conan Doyle stiffened his terms: tion philoaophicallv and at inter-
otion. on the flourishing state of 1.000 for twelve stories. Surely vals for nearly a quarter of a cen-
Holmes cult. For It is common no one In his senses would dream tury he continued to make addi-
knowledge that Conan Doyle of paying so much* But once again lions to the Holmes saga,
wanted to be rid of Holmes, he was wrong. In a mood of re- In his earliest phase Holme*. *aj
grudged him the popularity he en- gignation. regretting that he must not a wholly attractive d
Joyed, and could never understand put aside plans tor the historical The opening pages of The Mom of
why be had such a bold on the novels he rMIy winted to write. Four, revealing him as a drug-
public imagination. Sherlock inns he began work on the stories which addict, can still bring a frown to # Krone rage t.
remember with horror that only a eventually appeared as the Mem- the Shcrlocklan's brow. But as after this |.whor captured a
few months alter Holmes had oirs. time went on Conan Doyle's con- Spanish pirate, which had short
made his bow in the Strnnd Maga- He had resolved that there were ceptlon of him seemed to change, time- before looted g British ship
zinr his creator declared his in- to be no more Holmes stones and By a shift of sympalhv similar to and taken prisoner* Low-
tent ion or slaying him for good when Ihe Strand Magazine for that which transferred Gals- tressed the British seamen and
and all. and two years later ac- October ,1883, appeared on the worthy's dislike of Soames Forsyte after burning the pirates' vessel
tually carried out his threat. bookstalls its readers were ap- Into affection he cam. to lay em- set them adnft
It Is one of the minor mysteries palled to discover that he had Kent phasis on the be-' | ,- The Hannu n, iiren/* next
of literature that Holmes and Holmes over a Swiss cataract in a and moved, perhaps, m ..nsciuuslv, victim wa* rramn shin whli-h
Watson were able to steal on the death-grappU with his arch- toward*. Identification of hit wax rurrvln/ win < ;,,i ,
world almost unobacrved. There enemy. Professor Morlarty. The "shadow" with himself. The result ther iiehbarf thu -hlrT iSi
were no wild scenes at the book- public reaction was violent. "You is that today Holmes is venerated i wm wnlfi \u'
stalls when the first Holmes ad- brutal" wrote on* disappointed as an eopoatoicnt and exemplar of u,au ,, ..SI. t^ .u
venture. A Study In Scarlet, ap- correspondent. Anglo-sTxo,, virtues. He has !>c- C 1 ? , ^Jrl
peered in Beelon's Christmas An- For ten years Dr. Watson nnd rome a symlxdic llgure. In one of
nual fur 1887. No one apparently, the public laboured under the de- the' letters displayed at the Sher-
rcallsed that a> momentous event luslon (shared by Conan Doyle) lock Holmes Bthlbfooa which has
had occurred. True, the young lhat Holmes had perished In the been drawing crowds tu llakei
doctor-author received a eommls- swirl of the Reichenbach Falls. Street, London, an American ad-
slon for n second tale, but when Then in the summer of 1901 the mirer speaks of "I
T''i' Siyn of Four, another short rumour spread that Holmes was rra>crallc nature, his love of adven-
novel, came out in 1890 in the two to reappear in a "creeper" with a ture, his Innate kindliness and"
editions of Lippincott's Magazine, Dartmoor setting. He did; but gentility, his unceasing champion-
English and American, it made no Conan Doyle took care to present Ing of the downtrodden and the
stir. In book form the stories fell The Hound of Ihe Boskervillrs as oppressed, his high sense or ethlea
Just as flat. an early adventure. There was and good sportsmanship . nta
Scandal In Itoheniiu *<'" '"> question of bringing abiding faith in a benevolent God
The spell worked for the flrst Holmes back to life. and in an ordered rather than hap-
time when In the summer of 1891 Return From the Bead hazard universe."
a Holmes short story. "A Scandal His return from the dead, as It Cult Begins
in Bohemia", appeared in the happened, was not long delayed. It is on record that when ram
Strand Magazine, with Ulustra- William Gillette, the American of the dreadful Reichenbach affair ...
tion* by Sidney Pafet that caught actor, had been scoring a great went round London voung City l,ll,,a1''' '-P'-un Lf>"Vi,c'' '"'w"
the atmosphere and setting to per- success with hu impersonations of men took to wearing crepe "weep- c%cr*, rt"'U8 ; 'f1 "'m. ,'
feetion That story had been sub- Holmes on the stage and Conan era" on their hats. With that maid- m">'f'""H stoutly lh..t pirate;
milled to the Strand Magazine by Dolye had been impressed by his festatinn of esteem the cult of ">oul" JW '" their own field of
a literarv agent Its astute editor uncanny resemblance to the Sherlock Holmes may ba said to "'ydy-
had promptly asked for five moro Holmes of the Sidney Pagcl draw- have begun. For yeara enthusi- Al,,r this Massey. who still had
all that Conan Doyle intended to ing*. His detective was much In asts tried Conan Doylea patience *he '"PPo" " many of the sol-
wrttt. Month bv month the popu- his mind. Early in 1903 a re- witl, request fm l!--lincs auto- diers. made himself objeciionable.
larity of the Holmes adventures markable offer came to him from graph and optimistically addressed PJ**'11* quarrel "Wr quarrel,
Incrensed, and Ihe Strand Maga- America: 5.000 dollars a story for gift-parcels to 22111 Baker Street, rna l thai ffUsfl Uw
zlnf urged their creator to con- six stories, or as many more as he Af-r the death of Conan Doyle captured a small sloop soon ajtai -
tinue them He had received an cared to write. He seems to have in 1930 the cult assumed new wards l^wther was only too
average of 35 a story: for an- recognised then that the game was forms. In 1934 the Baker Street pleased to agree that Masses
other set of six he named what he up. A laconic postcard went to hit Irregulars of New York and Sher- should take over this vessel ulfrl
thoug'i' <*nd hoped) would baa agent: "Very well, A.C.D." lock Holmes Society of London his own men. and that they should
prohibitive price: 50 a story, lr- Holmes s death was explained, held inaugural dinners. Then Ho their own ways thenceforth
respective of length. It was a more or less convincingly, in the came a flood of monographs, books, Al this time false n'-w* "'I
genuine shock to him when he first story of the new series, "The pamphlets. Every aspect of Holmea trier's capture by the Brill
found lhat his offer had been in- Empty House", and when It ap- was studied and analysed. And the inan-o'-war I'everahaaa
stantly accepted. peered in the Strand Magazine for societies multiplied. Today there eaived in I-ondon, and Captain
The Adventures ran on trlum- October, 1903. the crowds beselg- are fifty or sixty in America alone, Charles Russell. from whom
phantlv into 1892 and were pub- ing the bookstalls behaved like and a new one has just been form- Lowlher had stolen the II***"
lisbed in book form. Once again shoppers in a bargain basement, ed in London, with the M a> >" page It
Jfaz Yl&w Chudin
Johwakd conbiol cAoaaia fah &uasa
and offered the captain a price
for the whole .
captain rafuaad Cowthar*a offer.
the pirate whispered in his
taken abaafc that- he fell to Its
deck in a dead faint, and by th
ba came to. his wine wa>
belno loaded tw the pirate hip.
Massey Ixttvest
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one still hciu*"Your grand- in ;h< udand which si
rather won th.il in a raffle at Ihc *.t.i humber oi mile* b. w\ 1
Juaivr Club," or 'child don't Johnson A Co Lid
break that. It is the lasl of thr set The Unique Arcade* was divided
I bought from Lawlun ivn.ni 1 ,n:n ihe ui..l dcuartmenU as most
was selling married". Then* dry good* stores; there wan thr
names still bring mem. . partfneni loi the get
older generation, for from such wtMr*j out tit* of the latest
notable places th. beaua and could be obMOfd; tba bbol ubeeo.uentiy taken i
to jinn M<
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al UVkail Sin. i when "
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balls* of Aft) pears
obtained shoe department) ,thi
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such as Scifert's and Quirk's
The last fifty years or w
seen many great changes around
the City of Bridgetown, although.
there has been i
vastJlcd by fire abate 1911.
City has had Many f
operations, and stores
--------..................,.........,,.. >> ' *>o-yn and Mr Dudley
Ottn outfits, and douhlle.su there, hat and cap department, ill stoelj- l< er of whom I
are still not ,i few I,idles ..im- ,i with tin- Ih*cs| in styles The '' ' lnr 'Unique
who recall with emotion the selec- stock* rml for tin- ladli ,.:t- Aicade' foi man.i .<>. when
tlon of their wedding trousseaux what really attrarfed attentioi foi '' '"".....' " firn
at some firm now paued into hi*- there were thi beat of Roach A Co.. laylSII. all Return,
lory, long before Uie present gen- from lush Unmask, which were In '*
.iweel "Of W. L. Johnson
Mgns; also the latest of Parisian *

lr compatriots ol the Md and
Cloves, hand ketch kefs, veils, and now defunct llrm of W. L, John*
A CO.. Lid., for Mi. Hlltoi
display of dry soods *> the ki Edwards thrw In his lol with
n .i well stocked sharvca, n'1' ....
The motor car Had n- In later years the bui
Changed not only names hut ap- their wives h.nrt lo travel by bucsj b) the Ami le on Ihf
pearance. The latest of lh.e ,t,.i rarrlahV '' ''' "f :nc' ,ui> ,oa'- *bilc tin
buildings 'if many metnorii J a I
dlsapp-iir i- the 'Unique Aread*' <;*., Ud.. calered U these bv floo 'lie two
nnce the dry anode store of W L. <4>eniiis ,. lyiiobe.ni parlour, cable companies U\t Western
Johnson & Co.. Ltd. which r::is which was clean '" ''" ,"rl *- Western Tele-
been pulled down no thai Um was lorated i" * Bfoad Btraai graph Cocopani Ltd., from peh
bank lullding may be enlarRed. portion of the l.uiUling on tho r-wnuig in I If) aboul
The firm of W. L. Johnson ,v acond Rooi havin| II Kwhen they idbved to the Bar-
Co., Ltd., was started in the it rticv f n Whi of the l-it century bv Mr William plenty <.f llatil ..nd air. JtuDdinj- Mcwt-. Kml.ige Keetrl-
Lawrvnce Johnson; and althouih In December, IWm. Mr Hufaei
he was not a man of wealth, he Johnson lost two valuabh Direct- Ihi Breed Street side for many
possessed such great business ara-eUhe flren la Messrs. P. G. < u I r-,,i.......
acumen that practlcillv evctv- -.n.l J. I* Shephi rd. who Lit J fable Olli.e. Ilu N.A ovci tnls
thing he nnderl.-afitrvn riotflMnn Ptcr- in DStwcll. The back or WJQ
first started a bualniwn dealme In Rukett Sttpcl in the Pebeu ry ol of the building was I
general groceries, baking and pro- the following year, W. L John- house.____________
visions, etc.. and gradually ex- ------------------------------------------- '
Ended it. It la not surprising to
irn that most nf t>-t busfnes
men of Bridgetown during the
first half of the twenlii Eh
re.eiuwl-ihi oarly UainUig-uuder .
Mr. W. L. Johnson. *rom * <-
After Ihe death of Mr W I, ->*IIvrry. ataftad lor ilarbados to
Johnsoi ihc bualnesa was carried i lwJlf>r *ln'1- *h_5_ P'ale. Kussell
on by ins *,on Hubert Lewreoc-
Johnson, who had as a partyci Uic
Rogues Of The Sea
able J. B Bancroft. This partner-
ship continued for some years, but
in 1899. Mr Bancroft dissolved II
to open bis own business. Mr.
Hubert Lawrence Johnson carried
on in the footsteps of his father,
and further enlarged the business
by launching out in the clrv good* iw,"fl ljOW
eellon. and opened n business in
a building which Is now par) qJ
Messrs. Cave. Shepherd & Co,
Ltd; this was an immv
cess, and it was soon found that
The premises was too small foi
Uie volume of business. Thus the
'Unique Arcade' was huilt between
1907 and 1908. So as to give bettei
attention to the dry goods section
of this business, the dim sold out
their provision and groccrv busl-
ness to Mr. C. L. Johnson (a rela-
t)v Of the fm rni'r OW
Mr. W. Rupert Redman, in 1907.
The demolition <>r n .
Arcade*, revives memori<
i.Uler ncnerution, not only Barba-
dian but to manv visitor* to there
ftiorew. for In this building was
" Information bureau of Messrs.
Thomas Cook Ar Sons, the well-
known tourist agents, nnd visitors
went there for Information not
only of a local natun
i<-ok In as and routes to be taken
t<> ether places. This building ex-
tended for a depth of about 170
i a: d stretched from its 1m-
t -sine front on Broad Street to
ihe Wharf, near the landing steps
One of the firm's novel rMtureS
Of advertising was that of having
I gifted lady pianist performing
on an excellent mano during the
business hours, it was not only
the snodeio songs which were....
played, but those of the .Oder gen- j Island was chuscn .s the
trrstlon. and the dreamy waltres of I cation for this >urk and L-
i pint and
Just as the men had
irne'y for nothing, -lean Ihc bottom another sloop
however. When.be arrived in was sighted upproachUiK the
Biirljados there *ere no pirates island. II turned out to be tho
awaiting him. foi lhr,r i pl I ladjtl ...uded by
hid been merelj a rumoui. Walter Moore, who was bound 1*4
Meanwhile, Captain Lnwthrr. ComeOa. Seeing the veasel on "..-
after careening his vessel had beach Moore came closer to see
sailed to the Bay of Hoi.duras. what sort of ship she was. firing
where he met the notorious Ed- a shot of Inquiry, In reply to this
about whom I will shot Lowther hoisted the flag of
weak. Shortly after- St. Ueorge, but thta dldtW
wardl they embarked loKctbar pit uV ;trn d sloop, whk-h continued
e vicious career eg? huccarwrtlKto approach,
and murder. > Captain Lowther deter.mned to
After a while the two pirates cell his 1 berty dearly, opened
rid Lowther aallcd atone lire with his guns from (he beach,
the Atlantic Coast, soaking ain (l"' from the
and iernfying the pi.piu.u-e When xle proved too much for me
he left Ctieaapeake i; pwatea and they broke and ran
;: td a ship caUod ibe Amy for cover In the for*
which was bound for Kng- over control ol the Hj1'P> Delivery
land. The pirate though' onn had
she was easy prey, but die her anchor* I deei water.
was commanded iv n.irli \ hi In six-
captain called Gwatkins. wi "' pirate bill 1 Ihei
though be h>st hi) life in the at- wafflim among them Al
tempt, nearly defeated the pirates, ellir^yrtempt .it Rndlni U
After he had been kiih.i by u eaptafn. Captain Moon
i .union ball his Male abandoned iw.iv with he. prisoners and the
UV fight and sailed the Am* aw:.., Happ> Delivery. He sent a I
leavtiiR the pirates i., repair their sloop u* capture the r.-st of tne
vessel wbUli had m I
b nil 'in ned "\l""l1-
During th<- winter lowther and ing up another four of tii-1 nceon-
remainod in nn inlet OP "". 'hey loo. failed to i.
th Coatt of North Carolina, but Iber.
when spring came the bow of the Bui nltbou |h Lowthei
Happy Deliver* turned to- caught nun! han*i< i
wards the West Indict.. On his were nine of his men. he did not
wav there be captured a veseel escape, for another veesei called
bound from Martinique and he al Bianco island a few weeks later.
sr-on rolluwitl ih.s up bv L.k.ng a A senrrh partv found l^iwiher
l.nttsh ship called the rrtneeea. l.n dead beakh
But M* ship was in need of pistol, having apparently i
. .oeening. the weeds being so ted suicide in hi
thick on Ihc bottom that li M>e-d Sudi was Ihe strode end of Cap-
reduced eonsirtcrahlv. IllanOO lulu Coorga Lowther, who
i lo ivboaa VlUalnoii'
ther was the training ol
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WftWreoloura. Early book*. Mapa. Aulc.
Uorrlnpaw Antlqu* Shop
..djoiiilnt Royal Yacht Club.
I 1 13t f.n
DOOT3B OLD I MQ1 isii i..\\ 1 m n i.
i-'^de' And LavaneMr Wate
Xrn fiHhaca ii ]iaM Ih.
Xniaa prcaant for the OH Polka And
the PiM la to rea-m.ble: /f ..ch
Un.ra WeathPrhrad 1. in, II., I
M II M-3n
i.vrlCKS a |Mlr.
- rtifm an raawonabi* pi ire
i" li K. h.rweon A Mm IP 11 ./ 1
Chrftmaa Uifti at aill prarca Pia.ti.
Aprnna 3 for 11.0" 1
iK-,.hf 1ST. each. Ladle.
llaneer. 3 fop |1 So and many mort
Hcini prlrr.1 lo ault your pm>r M..i
rm Drcaa Slaoupa. Broad Mreat
irea uulck daath lo PUaa. Moaqulio*.
Cotkioach. Obtainable, from Ml lawdlruj
Mapajj in two atuta II ot HM, o.
__ Mai
I M Ih .1
lireaaea. Cocktail Dre-aae* bib on ana up
Modirn Draaa Hhnjipa. Brwad Street
W -In
imOIHtS I'etroteum J. lly
le in Drum. N.l J.U l-aralUn Oil.
na and Pali Flit pr.. I
.'.. Lin
i l-owder baa iiai.....hi
a LUjUM iv..I H-.d.at."
net. Radlati r Proteclnr. ttnp l*ak.
e.. Spark Plug.. Ilr.o.
i fill. AU id Iheae ran ba
"Hi.H M Jour- .'. .
~ W 43M. I'll Mill.
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p-rtjoninr Incl.idlii- "w*--
aaTlaMMI Worthlnf. U"l > IMlblr*.
.. Ju... Md JBkJ .
A few choice house fpuU
to tho Boutb Wort of the
GHl CUil. adjoin-
ing Golf Club Road, on bus
route to town.
Ti N spot* look across
tbt Golf Course on one side
and over Blue Waters to
Kprk'.iy li.iy on th
Though you may not wish
lo build immediately, the
purchase? of mm of these
;ii!i m.
full parlk'ulnrs from

Rockk-y Golf it Country
QOLP fXUBS-On. Hi -r
' ii,in conatatln* >M 4 Campbell
kpaiMlna TMirwMtMni ikodat,
im. Slccl Iron. I Rand Wads*
i' <
Dial JIM C
U., ,1.
"Jew Lad
m r.
ma a near
Drcaa St. >**>,
> Small
Malla. Wed-
madcl MM
iS- Sn
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-.1 .peclally ael..'
.in be rniaved by all
i. CtTTwNS .- i '
M II Mt f n

I UtlVBD The ercateat nam
HA ii -Mini
iA LTD ADciil. Phon* 474 fi
At la.t Ue NEW
. tHllli: lor ALL Pl'Ritl-
Tt'KE la here Obtainable from all lead-
... Pham .:. K I
S.P. + C.A.
ur yard ar Had M nlphL a.
I Ih* neigh bnii i nood la no
I. Mill L- .In.I ..tM-ttfw
iiibiii.ii wusni.ii iii(\
!* 33 lo 3S prtc-ad
btalnabla at LASMI'-Y I.
Id 1B0S
a t .
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I ni. I i.r Lbltao "I G".
rla Property IB. L*n.
Alwmya Available
WlllJetmr-N. MAK1NE GA1V
DRKS A aubaunual roomy pro-
perty on an attractive and
vai-akle comer MM M nearly *
acre with Umnla lawn. Sower
b*a and fvawoilni ahruka Tha
bauta hj appaaathad by a aaworad
walk fraen Ua rnManca akaM. >
BiUahMl Uuck laabaatrea ad tha
general histi aUndard of can-
Irucuon. Th* rooma ar* all on
on* Soot and caaadat of a front
erarluted BMlary. well propor-
Itoned dinlntt room with foMln.
ooora laadMal M vaTawdMM oa
both -id*, of tha houe*. drawins
d breabfaet rooma aouh-c
bedrooma all with drcaa n- roajn.
a tiled bath and arparat* tauet
quart i
Th* ade
nu .ituated in an t
bmtial dlatrtrt cloa*
i hotel* and chiba.
cool and
red ..ivaiM,i .
for tn*
a.' H
rm it r itAi.i
r..irt*y the lit Dor. al Cactral
I ,|. Inll.iwing llen.a:

I of |.,i Itpe ,ind
of Sardliiaa. aevera!
i of PaUm and Peer, and many
Otrvt Auctioveor. DM. A"
M II 9S--On
i .i i )- i>. i,... Majpi
. ..binned fr..m B M Jona, f
Id White Path. Phone 4TM
-IRA IAN. Dal* li.' 1 ear "i
M.- o E T
U m i" \1
HaK't.KD' RECOMD No... BoMlera
S.I..B. 1 will IH* a nh*lor. T(> T..
tc Portable Oramophon* with Re.
Old* Ml 0". aVmnd Roc. a- ,l M.,i.i
Sprina. M MAIIKLI I '
aide. Phone lOia IS

lovisis, tta per lb, CurranU IPr
C Harhert, , Tudor St Dial
MM. M II 51-in
Sorala SIM each. Modern Draaa I
HAMS HAIR DYE- Inatant In acton.
SHOWCASES -Throe mahoany *>*
StnUoritr), Ilm.n1 sircei
SI'lUPTKUlK now to Inc Ually T.lera*b
Erutland'a loading Dally Nrwapaper now
arrlvlns In Barbadoa by Air only a ta-a
diva after publlcaUon In London Contact
lan Oala Co Advocate Co. Ltd larai
llepraaeaUUv* Tal Sill
I there la faaatkae kind of E-
,. I* courae ol your child. III*.
M on* will lva him her Hi*
ii vital
l...e t-ar ehlld a .baf.ee '
|i Ii ....
v i i-.nt Datea.
Srret-a Khar
howcr. Halph Uunch*.
M..nan AndoraoN. Ban-
Jpiuila. Itept-r.riv. fkuai ante**!
Bounty. Fifth Mm^r. i
Al I1.-.
BP flSHkf fla* been booked by
n A llmlb-.!
* RrsulU of the KAKFLK In ^
* did of Srhnlii-Hhlp* st '.
Secondary Schoeln *
II 0831 $100.00 V
C 1438 50.00
. V 1808 25.00
D 143? 10.00
$ 5.00
.Attention to -ill I ni.ti u i.ir-
and I'enons In thr Buildhut
RnralaWSB, You ran not.
nil'...Ill ...
al 71 rts. per .. ft. n
Ctuarry or delivered Ml 28
rla. per sq. ft. All ordrn
promptly eseruted.
lonaalt -
n D "*>"
Above Dash \ lasSJ
-1 (icarie
riione 5*>lt
C 1991
D 097
C 1736
A 0789
C 1883
D 1383
II 0238
D 1589
!) 1920
C 1951
i are asked to o
vf His
liarchl \
^ mutiday. 1*1 December, 1952 It
J R. S. WEEKES, Secretary. >
X call al the 11Q o
5 named Si.iciv.
f St 1'hiltp. not
roeima. Buropean bath with hot
lunnlns aratrr and
rpaiate toilet, modern
awd a gallery on two
V> I M,mV | I!
Ovcrlooklna the very beautiful
Its Man'. Bay. St Peter Stand-
In* on apptwRimntely 4H acrra M
land bavins on extensive orchard
with apri-tally -leii.rl ftull traoa
In. I .. i. ,-. ... Hirer hed-
nnoii. dmlnn rootn. llvlnj] room.
ma-fern tnll*U and batha with hat
and cold water Large verandah*.
Ellen live oulbulldli'Sa Including '
laree garage, two arrvanta rooma.
laundry, workahop Thla property
ha. been eateniively renovaWd by
the prcacnl owner.
Situate tn tha Garriion. St.
Michael, crnprl.ing four bed-
rooma. combination living and
dlnlns roooia. acpaiat* toUal aad
balk, kltrbea with built-in cup-
bnardi. ve.andah the whole length
of the building. Th* outbuilding,
comprise two arrvanta rooma wjth
water toilet and a garage for two
Ckla. The above property atandi
.n appioaimalcly T.M> aqua'a feat
of tend Thli houae haa gaa and
no electric rationing Inapeclion
by appointment only.
Situate at Maxwrlla Coaat Road.
inn.prun i of four bedrooma all
with running water and on* with
dicing room attached, living end
dining room. Urge kitchen.
cp.ir.-ie Im let and bath, open
ins Ik* >ea Oulbnildmi
JAMES COAST A charming
beach haua* In a perfect aetUng.
Coral sand beach with thr be"
aea-balh ng the liland can o*Te-.
private ground, he-vlly planted
with ftowering thrub* M many
. Contain* fcaMMP/dmMS-
oom. ffood verandah facing e*a.
j bediooma with ba.lna. 3 both-
MBfSSnl mibaB, -ervanM
qi^rlct. and gurage Karo oppar-
ShV to acquire ^-""^^1
priced proparty In auch a poo*
po.it on on thi. faahlonabla eoaat.
T JAMES Soundly conatruet-
ed atom bungalow with apaeiaua
living room, I large and 1 email
bedroom., ekcellently placed var-
andah directly overloalilng ihe
tea, downatalri kllrhcn. a*rvant.
iom, and aterajrootn*. otier.
. .Srr thi. very da-
rnnatrueted by a loao-
building cantractora.
n nation provide* f
room*, with buOl-ln
.rdrnl**. large dyswbag roars.
ate dinna room. kllchenetM
b-.wkr.iit rooan. and Mrs*
y The garago and aervanta
ien are detached Mama
r and 0j.K4a of eMetrle light
property I* Htuated In a new
elect ie.ldrntlal area from
v.L ih Ih" re are sna panoramic
. >ewa ot Brldaetown and Ue bar-
npur Tlaa .it* n very coM and
only I1* rntM* fraoo town caeHra.
apprea V, to m aer* m required
"-I ibe price aakad M very (atr
indaed We re- "
Uatrng eerp highly
wtlcMTWOon. . lawn
I '--------* and eoaMorUble pi-.-----.
wiuch BboUowt naraly with Ml
ii!i aadl aajaTfpnl aaPBahag faautuaa.
Throo br.l-.w.iw- Uving room and
dlmng rooan. kitchen,
tottet and -bower. "*
indah looMng
gurage and i
^_. aeaaM- baa
Rf^rnrtNCa. tmb oamimh.
Wi.KTHIMa *^^"Sn
hiiMifBlow on corner MM >
wide frontage* Ploeaant garden
with ftower beda. lawn, concrete
patio, and number of bearing liuil
He** Accornmodotten eaaaprUe*
vered gallery.

The proparty aland*
-ooda. II porebea of land lr-
ipeetlon by appointment only.
Situate al Rocklcy Road adjoin-
ing th* faanoua Rock ley Beach,
heal aea bathing in the leland
Iilvirlrd Into three flat.'and bring
i il. monlhly rental There
will b* many proancctivc purch-
iter* tor Ikla uroperty Do not
H Ml Situate at Wrlchpa. Chriat
Church, within 100 yard* ol tho
*a Very reoooiutbly priced
iteaae ivnlact ua a* aoott aa
gatuate near Seawall Airport.
ihnmt Church. romprUlng two
iapgo bedroorna with drawing
ti.dra.irna with rlrr.-lng rooma .n>d
uilt in cupboard., tmlet and both.
Urge open veianrfah entire length
>f hou** with a lovely view of
i bancery Lan* Beach and the tea
ITSSIIllaaaa Entrance iBBar]
rnd dining room.. breahfa.I room
i .irv. kitchen, large atudy. and a
i*n p.t.o fa th* Boulh.
Thla proper'.. alao haa lovely
nround* and a pat ion of arable
land containing 1', acre* Inapec-
lion by appointment only.
SI Jame* Cnad. be-
ny Club and Coral
Spot* can be had ith
frimt.iKp to th* tea.
pot* have a right of way
1 V^v^I>^-Sfflk
Large Asaortmffnt For All Ages Just th Gift You've bd>eti Wsiting for. at
"Your Stationers" Dial 3301 No. 9 High St
:: M.-.iii. driven M.W. Dry Vc Pump, willi Air I>
Cylindcn 12" x 18". 18" x 18" nnd l" x tt"
IMichMlii Lifllng V.C Tnip
1Enbera Steam Generator 110 volts 15 K.W.
1Steam Enctna
1H.V. Juke H.attr 400 q. ft.
aLarge Steam Duplex Pumps.
2niter Pr.nn ......,
2"No Lag" Eleetric Motor. 220/3/50 current 40 H.P.
28.11.524n. D. M. SIMPSON & CO. .;
1 .-.-.-.-.'--.---.-.-..-. -.-.-.-.-.^.-.-.,^v,-.-.-.-.-.-.---.-.-.'.-,-.-,-,---.-.o.--.-.-.'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Issue of
the above Shares will be closed on the 31st December.
1952 No application will be considered after that
date. *
1 These Preference Shares carry a fixed Cumulative
' Preferential Dividend at the rate of 1*491 P" annum
and rank as to Dividend and return of Capital in
priority to the Ordinary Shares. Dividends will nor-
mally be payable by hall-yearly instalments un the
31st January and 3fst 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,

; h-dit
_ .rard-
.,1 fitt.^ kitchen, garage
i-re.l wae- to hou**. tar-
uarltr* and all uauM
off.ee*. All public utility aarekea
!"w available ba tho stodJum prlco
MALTA. SL Peter avaieoeteely
remodelled hou*e of meaaive
Ions eon.tru*ton with appro*.
' aaea flower garden., lawn* and
youetg i"'i tree.- Thero are
i .ii 4aiu 1MB RM
-Tu, view- over beach, large llv-
UM ro.nn a double bedroom*. S
lalhri-irii- -both wllh tubal mod-
ern kitchen aad butter'a pantry.
dowmtalra I* th* laundr>. goadl
arrvanta' aUMBMBBBtlno) for 9. I
ayagaa and atorerooma Full pub-
lic aervlee* phk. own deep well
wllh electric pump Right ol
over bead, with ruperb beutkns
Opportunity lor a dbwimlaatlns
ttecllenl factniy or bMaMoaa alt*
of nearly ' acre with frontage to
main road over 100 ft On* of the
few available locatlone In auch a
good npetUon tloaa to Town cen-
WATERS RecwiHy built home of
good eound conatrucuon. Boor
ie\*l well railed off the ground.
lam.. pediooma all with built In ward-
room tiled bathroom and ahower
pieaeant and ilieable modern
kitchen. good garage and
Paved dilv
wpy '"d walled gardei
lite. Thlt property ha our
moat people wouM be pleaaed to
A lii.u'loualy appolnlad r*addance
wllh tfasr bedroom*, 3 tiled both-
rooma wtUt hot and cold water.
butler' pantry, kttchen. atere-
room*. 1 saragca. The grounda are
..prrtiv laid out with a pto-
rigftt Of
nf Am
rrlng .hrab* Own
LA CASITA. aoefcley Mew
, ... ;,.,.- m,j. m .mir hutura-ow
veil deaigncd with cenlral living
' bedn
b^oom^'and amU *para;
IIBflmiBii or draaalng room, tiled
hathraom with lalml type tub
bath mipplying hot wster. UT
vera-idkh. kitehen and garBaW Tk*
a,ound. are about I aere well Uld
out Wtrh tawna. proruMon o*
eriub*. flower bods, veajetabt* gM-
IU" wimT help and eery ulteble far retired
AHEIWir-IAIIE. Maawell Raad
Very mundly eona*rvlad atene
buiigalirw erected
B Hiding material i
.hip were of a higher _
than H uiuall/ Tbuiwed -------
Til. property h-. a drawing reeaa.
oe'.'lle l.'i.Cf* aq. ft. ,nj Sod"*
land, bearing fruit Ue**. a Bod
aolld horn* obtainable IOC B !-
aonable atoure.
atRVf *" Sherlngham Oer-
Seci MaswelU Para^nUy artu-
a-.d moaVern atone built, bungalow
with about '* aero and right of
way to lb* aoa '^_bVlulln'J*
ConvoaUenUy planned with a Urge
Irving room, having aecaaa h*a
~~*.~" -"--Ji ZSZ
-it. tseawaal
garage la o* sooo ***w f. II
wrvant.' rjuarter* aatjakawaaa.
rrrair Jagg's-
and puMffB evaarr .oma-twd-
.tle featureB. TjI! "'". s^-ic*..
A mle Mveetrr.ent
rttvnUUcns BRiltUng
l-honr 4wM

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Srhnl TUm rvvfwonf and Srrmon
'i- .ins un nuo
H at CUH-n
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IMeen-bri lit .i 7 |i p m The Chair-
man w 11 h aha >*-.n ih- Ravdt K J
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Vivian. : p m Rrv r Lawrrne*-
arm n hah m ..
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Pivn* T pm Mr P Crawfard
HOLTTOWN e JO ., go, r La*
renra. T p in Mr n R-m.
BANK t'M.I i: m Htv K E
Tower*, ft A B D T pm HI*. O Oal*"
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BminiDA a m Mr W HI
RBBNEZBrt II a m Mr Q Brain
all* 7pm R*vd H W C IW>
M> II Oamea. .
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crwld- WNlirit Rev* O A .
Marshall and Mr Frank Moor* ai II
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Haivrat rnllval Rrrvuwd:
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