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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895



Ridgway Leaves Choice To Reds

Willi Taik Peace Wien
They Are Ready

TOKYO, Avg. 25

GENERAL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY seni a

blistering message to top Red commanders in
Korea, and left it up to them whether the armistice
talks would continue in Kaesong. The Supreme
Allied Commander said that. he was willing to
resume the negotiations which were halted by the!
Reds. But he rejected as “malicious falsehoods
the Communist accusation thatwUnited Nations
forces had violated Kaesong’s neutra ality.

Reds: broke off the talks two ——————— - oe
days ago. They demanded a “‘sat-
isfactory” answer to their charge

warplane |
to murder}

that a United Nations
hed attacked Kaesong
the Red delegation.

fran Expects
Period



Ridgway’s reply saia that the
charge Was “so utterly false, sc -
preposterous and so obviously f H " d I
manufactured” that it did Oo ar Ss lip
merit a

reply.
Hard Choice TEHERAN,

The next step is up to the Com- lat sputy Premier
munists. Ridgway’s message ive aturday “er ged a

August 25
Fatemi on
period of



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them a hard choice. The harsh! economic hardship and privations
worded reply was sent to Kim] for Iran in the wake of the stop-
Ii Sung, the North Korean Pr pace of royaltics from the Anglo-;
mier and General Peng ° ian Oil Company. He said
Huai, Commander of the ¢ the Iranians would have to
Red forces in Korea. It we u fo an “economic regime
broadcast over the Armed Forces’|under which they have to pay
radio and then delivered to the}bigher i and eo luxuric
Chinese Liaison Officer at the Ree y the imposition of higher tar-
outpost of Panmunjom, ifs. He said. : Governmen
east of Kaesong. The Al -1/ nes dene its duty. “Now it is u
gation headed by Vice-: ! e nation to do its vart |
Turner Joy waited at the Unit« ; }
Nations’ advance headquar ir mixed oi] commission mem-!
Munsan ready to go to Kaesonp}|ber Kazem Hassibi id » must|
if the Reds should give the -vord.| ak+ all precautior measure
Ridgway’s reply in tone in order to combat economic}
content came as no surpr iuc| Pressure which may be brought!
observers here. They said tha gainst Iran now that we've re-|
could hardly apologize for fused to give in to the Angio-'
dents that he had already br: lanian, “Pear of economic
ed as “manufactured in advance ifficulties was also voiced by the

Nor can the Reds



ace anian Gelegate in the oil talks,
blast as the “satisfacto: n-|who wished to vemain anony-
swer they demanded, oi nou who said that Harriman
added. They said it was sit OV ds the end of his stay in
that the Reds would agree Teheran was definitely support-
continue the negotiations and tr ing Stokes’ proposals and alleged-
to convince the world that thes y ly said, “The United States “will
are doing so for the sake of (

not support a Government (Iran)
which doesn't help its own
nation.”—-U.P,

peace.

Ridgway’s offer to resume the
talks which were broken off by
the Communists was in the final
paragraph: “When you are pre-
pared to terminate the suspension
of armistice negotiations, I will





General Baldwin









direct my representatives to meet re = Sandy Roger is on his way to] jcoffee, cotton,
with yours with a wew to seeking Killed By Fali New York, the stepping: off point @ hazard of futute Soviel;beans. Viera in a statement said,
a reasonable armistice agree- for his tour of inspection of the aggiession in Asia will continuc;“up to this moment IT have no
ment.” ROME, Aug. 25 Telephone and General Trust in- ; to trouble policy makers in botin | ficial information in respect
Ridgway’s message to the Com- General Geoffrey P. Baldwin, | terests in Jamaica, Trinidad, and Advocate Jamaica the Republican and Democratie/the special agreement wheret
munist commanders was perhaps | 59 Rome . } |B arbados, With him goes one of : parties, and a large element of) the Brazilian Government has per-!
: ‘ : , chief of the me office of the 7 ? Relief Fund sy
the bag TS ee ee tor operative for American Remit- it the group’s engineers | the- Republican party still looks|mitted the re-export of coffee t
ever to pass in moder nes be- rie urope “ j by al - : re ae paid to General MacArthur as the key/ Russia.” Brazil has r liplomati
tween generals or statesmen in the | © fh ' = il a es sae Re i They wit 41so Spend a good | His Excelleney the Gov- adviser on glo bal trategy “Bron relations or trade aerecneant wit’
course of an effort to establish | Si*-foor fa down me ee Mee {seal of time in Venezuela, where ernor, Sir Alfred Savuse, the standpoint of partisan. politics, the Sovict Union, —
peace. Its coldly scornful tone | of his Rome office buildings, Mrs. a Government Commission — has and Lady Savage, were thinnecne that Ma At ! oe ait : :
meant that the Reds could not! Wilhelmine A. Orlandi, the Assis-|heen getting a big expansion among the first yesterday to | ticush not a Presidential car at] Viera said that 40,000 stacks «
agree to return to the conference | t#nt Chief of the C.A.P.E. mission! scheme for Nacional _T2lefonos contribute to the Relief Fund : ea la Hive BURMAE Gasesnmn | coitee Were unlcaded from the
table without losing “face” before | said she believed that his death|Compania in which the British epened by the Advocate to Taine fal a ee persona ' Brazilian hib. “Lieyd Baname
trek wenttl ‘was accidental because, “I believe]econcern has a large financial aid the sufferers in the BV ENCe ON” Whe USACE Gt unt le Mime tht ats ; i wikae
—U.P. | that he fainted and fell over the}stake. The Commission’s report is | Jamaica hurricane, ain ee Republi N oetechd I roe ud two Rt si shi hous
$$ $+ —- . ; asim ls view tep “ ylatfor i i , {ussian ships
| ee ore nae ied: to be avallable acon. Help is urgently needed, Be a ft vee Tt ea jfor Leningrad, He gs id that th
| ‘ and donations can be made ait vs, Lruman tussians ee:
| SOME HAIRDO! ' r ; “e at any of the commercial Most observers believe that pe ling not in roti the coffee es
cagtouinab a: ss u A v P. th J l banks, or direct to the office | the Republican party convention “yy 0B ae) if Goa
’ | i S, ES Hiaits He added, “I hav lready co
. Aug. 25. \ * od avy an er e s of this newspaper. These meee at Chicago should nom | mur nicated to fny idvadornetc, a
ee Emmerson poroees a s will be acknowledged daily ro ba for a pores ney, ep existence Gf thie Fesexports. meh |
[anemone teat Bl f R d A ba The fund was opened on Te ee ent ee oon toning the names of the Brazilia
| hairdo last night when a t ; as e : ur es Friday and topped the $400 Se tee Sear oun aaa i sellers and the British a iatits whol
| bolt of lightning struck her ‘ ike a 8 i oa mark yesterday. SA op De Sea ae veage,aet in the name of the Russia |
| and drew all hairpins out of FAR EAST FORCE H.Q., Korea, Aug. 25. HAVE YOU CONTRIBU- antes aera een raft’ ade Delegation,”
lL re ace — ; ain EXTENSIVE marshalling yards at Rashin in far | pre ge te aepation ee wer or Chief Justice Fred i |
e to e police al : . . . amaica elie ‘und, an . F | Inde: the terms of the Agree
the bolt struck ‘et farm- Northeast Korea were blasted for the first time in more | send it in first thing Dewey’s tour around the Pacific mert, Viera éuplained that pre
home chimney but did not than a year to- -dé iy, with more than 300 tons of bombs. tomorrow. area is regarded as an expedient Gucts such as coffee which brini
touch her or her family. Navy Panther Jets escorted 35 B.29 Superforts from Japan | Amt. previously acknow- ; move from the standpoint of the dollars on the international marl
—UP. and Okinawa airbases which made the attack. All the | Hat Phones a ae Republicans supporting —Eisen- aye sold to Britain for sterling with |
| | lanes returned safely to the base. Lady hivage eratpRS 5 0 hower nominee Dewey, 1 the understanding that they wil
pees Fe eel age naib met thts cada ae EL: : Miss Florence Smith 1.29 | avowed supporter of Eisenhower not be re-sold, Otherwise Bra
No anti-aircraft fire was ex- Mr. & Mrs, G_ Browne 5.00 as Republican nominee will carry zilian exporters would be com
jperienced, and the planes en Tobat mae eet oa 5.00 ‘his own views of the Pacific peting against themselve:
| P' cea, « é $ - allenor " itn ie . rm thy renee. Sarees .
}countered no Communist planes.!] Hen. Robert Chatlenor problems to the Chicago, conven
i'The last time Rashin was hit was ' & Mrs. Challenor 000 tion, and these are not likely to Viera said that ne thought the
, ae st y 1950 ae 9] at R. & G. Challenor Ltd 00 be ignored by the platform renewal of the Trade Agreemen |
fond EAU EN 2eer av ews ) Vici car Oe Mr. & Mrs. S. P drafters. —U.P. when it expires next month woul
|50 superforts pounded rail in- Edghill 5.00 “ :
Istallations, ‘The targets, to+day |] Dr. & Mrs Robert { be “convenient in spite of thr
|" ee Say | We RE BES di - Salmond 25.00 | present difficulties because
included locomotive repair yards ee 10.00 , ; : Eat t
| ue a ae +] J 7 7 . vould enable Brazil to hold Bri
storage yards,” and marsha pe re M oe Krench Enquire jo markets for Brazilian good
\ rds capable of handling al Dr. McCénney 15.00 —U.P
cars and many smaller structures ROYAL BANK OF I t 7 C
CANADA | nto Train Cras B
| North Korean troops. in regi- Miss W. HL L oven in ,
}mental size counter attacked and! Bascom 10.0 STZ, France, August 25 N ee .
| re ae Sores iefender: Bs ee French authorities are pressing New Storm Rage 8 Up
drove South Korean Total $ 402.2% ba investigati Set
{from an important hill position —— j : ation into the cause of | ‘- a +
|west of Kansong on the eastern | the wreck of two express train Mexican WwW. Coast
west of Kansong 0



Shield for

who received the Hampton Lewis
Long

MRS. R. VIDMER
tho Ladies’ Handicap Championship, striking in the
Competition yesterday in the Rockley Golf Club Field Day.

Driving







BARBADOS, AUGUST 26. 1951





fi $e is sitenitnlaaia



MARSALTE:! oan.

amen oo naan sk ns

a a ere ae: seco ennsgrmennanin tremens ener ns

|





Riding at anchor in Carlisle Bay is the luxury motor y tat MARSALTESE III.

Sandy Roger! Far East’ Situation
On His Way | Will Influence U.S.

To Barbados
1952 Party Platforms

(story p. 9)

| Brazil Goods
Being Sent To
Russia—Viera

LONDON, August 25.

The Brazilian embassy

Fr Our Own Corresponden‘)














4 7 de ACCUSE
a eats Aug. 25 Britain of violating the Anal
ane Eunpive telephote ‘network of (By FARR .-Suaaees) permitting &recshipincnt of
the hy ne i . permitting a re-shipment "ot Bre-
thee: 50,000 dh iehae finger WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. zilian coffee to Russia, Caio Viers
one of the topline executive di- THE FAR EASTERN SITUATION in 1952 will haveg!mbassy commercial attache and



clirector of the Brazilian Gover

ent Trade Bureau said that re-
exports of coffee have bee n taking
place “for over a year’ throug. ;
the Russian trade delegation, |

rectors.

Sandy, - christened Alastair
Forbes—gets his nickname. frem
the colour of his hair. He is fol-

a powerful influence on the choice of Presidential nominees
and party platforms for the United States political cam-
paigns, according to well informed political experts, The
fundamental riddle as to whether Communist aggression



lowing in the footsteps of his| ; oi x ‘ Under the Agreement which ends
famous industrialist father,» Sir must eventually be checked in the Pacific area or in the September 30th, Britain may no!
Alexander Roger, Chairman and European theatre has not been answered by the Senate's |:e-export any so-called dolla



Managing Director of the group. investigation of General MacArthur's dismissal products from Brazil which include























wherein 2) |

near here yesterday |

persons including



\front, but other South Koreans
junits drove back a company size
attack on . nearby high | ground
Action elsewhere ‘along the bloody

six Americar MEXICO CITY, August 25

‘i ; i | were killed and 40 injured | A new tropical storm roaring u
Harriman ‘Arrives | The, police said that the 21st |ine “Pacific coast of. Mex

victim's body was recovered from



































65-mile per hour winds, cause’
ridge sector was limited to patro C is Ts the twisted wreckage last night flights » Cancellad and sar
activity, and most reports to- To onfer With Lito Previously the death toll had Lehi = ne Bg eure ee The
{nighe Pee the cae nk ed stood at 20, Although the possi pe m was caus ted 50 niles south
contact” during the day. The Red}, bility of sabotage has not been |* 0" ig Rei ep pater alt $s south
regiment drove down from the WHILE EN-ROUTE TO US. | entirely ruled out, a, spokesman | *7 : a delg ial icf, a ee
north with such force that the for the National railways in Paris |“! pallet to the’ See ee cre
i it are j arallel te e coas
South Korean defenders were BELGRADE, August 25. —. — = appeared eae) rie vane ? le Coe
, ac event sabotage was responsible for the iy J ea ; ;
poroed - fall back to prevent the President Truman's diplomatic | wreck —UP. i Rains and winds lashed tt
onslaught. envey, Averell Harriman, arrived rs ion pile Seer re-
. to-day to talk with Premier Mar- portec iat “storm winds and rai
Action on the ground front wa: s | : : ree
shi é avia’s basic TY make aerial navigation impos
for the moment confined to the leg eee nett nae DEATH PENAL All ahloving gi gh pt =]
eastern sector. South ae assistance. He is enroute home AMMAN, August 25, |warned to seek shelter, Thre
forces there seized four hills piling} from Teheran where he tried te iis uroabciition «demanded the | planes’ trom Mesxies’ Clty lend
fresh Communist dead atop hun-) break the deadlock i the now| death penalty to-day for six of | safely at Acapulco yesterday, bi
dreds already killed in the week suspended negotiations between! the ten persons on trial here for|as winds increased all outgoi
old battle of the bloody ridge Britain and Iran over the oil! the assassination of King Abdul-| flights were cancelled,
—U.P. (nationalization —U.P., lah of Jordan.—U.P. \ —U.P.
India Will Not A tiend Peace Ta fi: S|
By DONALD J. GONZALES never been anything more tham clined for comment. But , boycott » conference
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 + faint possibility that the raid privately that In dia hi i U.S. and bi tain have a
India has decided to reject the Indians would sign the treaty ag aod - 4 tha the overwhelmir
American invitation to attend the The United States and Britain e conferer ority of the nat } atte
San Francisco peace conference. earlier this month ignored India’s ‘ne 2 nds that india I the conference will gn th
The objections to the Japanese suggestions that the treaty e- to sign the t ao , uWeaty But i il force
Peace Treaty diplomatic officials turn Ryukyu and Bonin Islands attespuled in | povicl be weakened hy t bsen
disclosed on Saturday to Japan, clear the way for the a ur , I B
ransfer of Formosa to Commu- ay» Pe ra Are i
The Indian decision vas in- nist China and avoid authoriza- cus¢ : Ay =
terpreted imme rovi tion for foreign troops to rematr aOR | nit : :
trengtt hand Japa elk Gre as
be ¢ e i Tehr i ‘
| . Steins : oF The British Fore Office in. senre I i |
| er ! and Briti tate London said that rite “dis- peace confer i ele evi tween east ar vest
n.¢ hope that Inc appointed at the Indian decision i it nez } rf Ko
lelegation to S No comment f OF (
‘Fra although = the State Department official ie- é t , UP



een
ay



» Ely To ae

To Discuss Hurricane Relies

Robert Newton,

n
i the
and economic
cocoa and castor| of Friday's nurricane.

i; Stuffs and

og

Meartimne
‘the Government moved to protec Cafe said “T &
the future supply, both of food- | the cutie ane
|
|
'
'

termined to build
with new energy



In reply

follows Jamaica is deepl If
rateful to Your Majesty's mor
rd me 2e. Your loyal subj
— island are undismayed 5 \
disaster Encouraged by You |



e





TEHERAN, Au :
DEFPI Y PREMIER Hosei, Fates id that [ran was
ready ell crude oil from its stocks in Abadar cast
to “any foreign customer.” He said that the Iran Govern-
ment had instructed the oil commission in charge of the
nationalised industry to submit a report promptly on the
ways and means of comt tting the “economic disaster”
threatened by the break-off of the talks with Britain,
{ He said that Iran did need
=e any foreign experts for the 5
duction of crude oil or for ‘















- wi refined produc ine
Starvation engineers could do the A}
though the great refi t at
vr tie Wiis Abadan is still in
\ hreatens J ca of the British owned
MUNG LOW, och, Aue vd wn OI Ce many, Fat
Swi Vewen suresccns nun- ener te it pl ain tha
areus of Jamaicans aisei spac alah babe. Py)
ase week's hurricane, uniess Aas Een at os cme
largeseale reiiel arrives Faterni saiel that Tran wa
Quickly trom abroad. Thou- position to Nt * quantities of
sands of homeless who can- crude oil, but admitted tha
ot get shetier in churches could supply only a limited
and schools are living in mand for retined products pt
caves and huts made of tree ently He also revealed for
broaches, first time the text of the le
Many peasants have been handed to the United States medi-
subsisting on fallen green tor W. Averell Harriman just
bananas, fruit and yams. fore Harriman boarded the







Most Jamaicans in devasta- plane for Belgrade last night
ted areas are living on im- The letter written by Premi«
ported foods principally Mohammed M egh express¢
flour, canned meat, pickles thanks to Harrimar efforts
fish ang rice. More ship- resolve the impasse, The letter
ments are on the way to the mounted to rejection of the pro-
island. Is made by the Br h Cab

The Jamaica Government | et Minister Richard Stokes He
has warned both city and | id that they were incompatible
rural population to _ poii ith Iran’s economic indepen-
drinking water and anti- ence and that Tran would not
Typhoid inoculations are be- onsider giving 50 per cent. d
ing given at all hospitals and count te a purchasing ergan
clinies, tion. He said too that Iran ne:

UP. intended to confiscate the An b~
Ironian assets.—-U.P.
os ———-— —_—



Trade idicon
Brazil, Yugoslavia
Can Be Expanded

~Brazilian Vice-President

LONDON,

een, ica’s

» Will

‘in, S

August 25
The Bravilian Vice-Presiden

Joao Cafe Filho said yesterday in
Jelgrade that there is every pos-

Fra Our 7 ’
Pea eee ae ibility for the expansion of trade

Correspondent)

: : between the two countries,
; JAMAIC A, Aug, 24 according to the Yugoslav news
Jamaica’s Financial Secretary agency Tanjug The dispatch

will fly to Londo
discussions wit
Office on financia
matters arising ou

monitored here quoted Cafe as
saying that Brazil is interested in
Yugoslav products and could ex-
port cotton and coffee,

Tuesday for
Colonial

“T am eonvinéed thut
government of
carrying out a
economic reor-

Yugoslavia are
reat task

building material

in the

The British Consul General ranization and industrialization of
{New York called the | G yarns their country The efforts being
J Ivis that 1 x ted tn Y 1 islavia for it :
Nations be asked to offer eadichi 1 velopment evoke my deepest ad-

experts, and the Governor repliec | miration,”’
stating that Jamaica was at pres- He said that he was deeply im-
preoccupied with emergency] pressed by the Yugoslav “Jugo-
ef, but as soon as reconstruc- | vinil’ plastics factory, and believ-
tion had been attacked, the ex-|ed that a ernllit one hould |
rert vould be needed and the! °re' oH in Br vail Cafe wreathe ,
nited Nations contacted Unknown — Soldier
to mb on Mount Avala near Bel

King’s r
Jamaica Execu

ta the
ympathy, the

Couneil on Thursday eabl

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zeague Fair which is to be held M* W. A. C. “BILL.” STUART,









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I

° t the j C septe > r.C.A. Manag here since
BEAT THE BAND & TARZAN Ano THe HUNTRESS |||, So Delt Hall'on Septembes this iime began operating
. Frandes LANGFORD i VIESSMULLER ? t . ? qd c .

as J INGEA NCE = v ‘ through Barbados in 1949, left

LiOGa Ra. 4 —————— —_ . ; te : ; Rs

‘ | a = eae oem Chere will be the usual stalls, yesterday for Canada by T.C.A.

' > a) @ Ewer. jijineuding Househotd, Variety, He was recently appointed fo a
VALLEY” | PLAZA parti GALETY _fiisweets, Cares, Lucky iv, white fechileal position itr thelr heed
” Today to Tuesday — 5 @& 8.30 pm THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES ee gupes’ i diuger Wed a o = ee =. not

| i DAY ot deen alse pames < 8 a rom Mr. Stuart is Mr. Harolc
with cane ' / |] TWO — FROM MILWAUKEE fi a MORROW nip as well stocked bar. Baxter who accompanied by his
aa Solor by Technicolor | . y oN ga ‘ ‘ wife and two children arrived

i‘ 4 , abn Wayne in Added attraction is the one act nee GtzsvOu

Robert WALKER Dennis MORGAN Jack CARSON ‘6 play . 7 ne sada eniaeres Wiacate here several weeks ago.
Sally FORREST ‘ and TYCOON entitled “The Lady from Abroad,” Sh rt H lid:
tea : Color by Technicolor g somedy by Mz Son-=- o Oneny

Adventure, ~—— in its ” | SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS | i aint ene DAY Seemann patel a ne ’ RRIVING from Canada by

Be : ————T anc € 5: 4 I anc ae

Rugged Best » eee eeonten ‘ TUESDAY ‘only? 8.30 p.n The artistes taking part are T.C.A. early yesterday morn-

: 3 Joel McCREA Alexis SMITH | “SPIRAL STAIRCASE Frank Collymore, Eleanor Hew- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Trevor
: 2 | Zachary SCOTT | waht itt-Myring, Mrs Howe, John Clarke and their baby son Chris.
TO-MORROW and TUESDAY == area et Wai ee roe Tae ac Ee Delphin, Pat Raison and Greta They Th aee eee Aenets i spend

4.30 & 8.15 pm, —_—x SSS Bancroft. snort holiday with their rela-
if Tickets are obtainable from Mr. ives. Mrs. Clarke is the former

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GLOBE THEATRE ae
TONITE 8.20 p.m. and continuing
Hedy (Delilah) LAMBARR Ray MILLAND

anne Johnson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Johnson.

Other arrivats by the same plane
were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mc-

Jeanne CRAIN &
William LUNDIGAN



To Take Veterinary Degree

MOIG wie runes.






































y + ” . Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Halli-
in R. HAROLD GIBBS, son of Mr. W. A. C. “Bill” Stuart, T.C.A. Qo Gnd Mr. T. Kine f
| : IN } Mr and Mrs. Cuthbert Manager here, since this airline oP ;
tertk tibbes ‘Jef. von: ainade oo min © avi h h Rarbader .
«« PINKY” Hi Gipbe iott tor Canada yesterday beean operating threes creas" To Be Married To-morrow
: Y N i idays with his parents, Mr. and He has been appointed te a tech- ISS DOROTHY ROSS, only
* (\! Mrs. Gibbs were in Canada to nical position in Montreal. von Gmighaer of Mr. and | Mrs,
and } e him graduate at MacDonald y: A. Ross of “Rosemary,” 9th ‘
Extras: “CHAYPAGNE FOR TWO” |College with a B.Sc. degree. ae ~ era erie ae for Canada
“> THE CL OC tow | iti 1, r Q* Harold is now returning to take the manager could let a cancelled ~ Tomorrow night at 7 o'clock she
eo , HARRY M. POPKIN presents Talent Audition TO-DAY 9.30 a.m. } his veterinary degree at the On- booking at five minutes’ notice. is to be married to Mr. Noel Ed-
St P o 9 | eee SJ 'tario Veterinary ae This This summeg rooms have been left wards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
Starring - - - will take him 4 a years. a le Mwaerde “Cf ; ”
s ROBERT YOUNG YP FPP SOCSSS EROS SS FOO POPES OP FROCO POPP OOPS OSPF PFS | ea Sane ae evens ne Fee ay a eaeees go ee gi
eeraglta stint - " a % % Festival Doldrums Many people now go by coach Barba dus to settle vaashs ;
— ‘ ‘T ) &' &' »' » or car to Stratford to go to the ~~ — z Tale 4
P 4 a
and Robert WALKER BF ry DRAKE in a % JANE TA DRESS SHIOF JT is a gloomy Festival year for ng only. Fewer are staying in With Caroni Ltd.
. Stre rd-on-Av is f the town, > *
LOWE O! STREE Stratford-on-Avon. This © ‘ 5 ei R. KEITH ROBERTS came
See eet ee ee ret eet wo. JOHN SUTTON: HENRY O'NEILL - FLORENCE BATES MORRIS CARNOVSKY. produced by MORT BRISKIN $ LOWER BROAD STREET all towns, after London, might ex- The Memorial Theatre is full M in on BWIA’s flight from
wre ROBERT SMITH - ovectes ty JAMES V.KERN « orga Sereenpiay by ROBERT SMTi » Musica! Ovecten By MAT W.FINSTON | pect to reap the finest tourist every night. But it is possible Trinidad. yesterday morning to
OLYMPIC ee ee eee ect re | ‘}harvest from the lavish Festival to get seats at short notice. Dur- spend a couple of weeks holi-
4 : of Britain publicity abroad. But ing the winter the theatre spent (4) with relatives at Hindsbury
at of all Types 3 visitors are far fewer than last nee — a Hn Road. Keith is with Caronji Ltd.
- . - 9 a+ Ss m ans room tor ov, re Tr ad. *“
LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY or ; ee : ae ibtiee. ALS a. 3 eon out of ten of the small People in the seven-month season. 7 ee by the same plane
4.30 & 8.15 p.m. DELIGHTFUL , — and boarding houses are phe five Shakespeare show- eat ee . > =. at
. sd a tia sisi ~ | having a poor season. places, including the birthplace ~OTns8(o! nae oom <
, OPENING NEXT FRIDAY * HANDBAGS SHOPPING BASKETS . Even at the Shakespeare, big- ang Ann Hathaway's cottage are /” Trinidad for 10 days.
FOX SUPER DOUBLE ..... | BEACH BASKETS gest hotel in the town, pressure administered by a Trust. They U.S. Visit
i ~ ~ » ee is less than last year. Many report that from April to the end aoa heat eed . f
in Raffia and Straw from $1.96 to $6.84 ,|Americans and other overseas of June nearly 40 per cent, fewei I EAV ING by B.W.LA s. morning
« LAER pn in Exclusive Shapes and Gay Colours %} visitors have cancelled their book- Americans visited the birthplace. *~ Per on a . gt Ss
; ngs at short notice Last year via Antigua were Mrs. J. A. Mar-
“* th ° a zi 4G D ipcabdeeiemesantnah Madsetibameesonesoensooedt Last year the birthplace was tineau and her sister M Alma
| just got, rough paying the bills for é visited by 156,000 people. ie riffith of “Clifton Terrace”, Up-
| j total will not reach 100,000 this per Bay Street.

her wedding Gnd now... @ BABY!" y year, unless there is an improve- Mrs. Martineau has gone there
ment soon. for medical treatment while her
/ \V7- | Sh - T sister accompanied her. They will

\L— iz eside in New York City

Lh — ooting lou: i W . :

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HE Berbados Rifle Associa- With U.B.O.T,
tion are preparing for their M AND MRS. FRED LEWIS
arrived from Trinidad yes-

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visit to Trinidad late in October
Tar | | his year to take part in the inter- terday morning to spend two weeks
BENNETT r | olonial tournament and Anchor joliday in Barbados, staying at the
* Cup shoot, between Barbados, | Hotel Royal. They were accom-
: cf ide 3ritish Guiana. 0 nemin aint a" ha ‘ tier Fthcaotin
ELIZABETH Ws a GMs | —the easiest, simplest way in wee oe eee Se ae
bundie of HOWLING | committee has been appointed tO gineer with UB.OT., Point oak.

* *
to visit arrange cake sales and any other
means of raising funds. As usual Ti =
this committee is looking forward Retired Inspector, Schools

: th Ola Co ner ‘o the support of the public R. FREDERICK W. CHRISTO-
oF; 7 PHER, Inspector of Schools,
x a le ya U Y T.C.A. Engineer St. Kitts, Nevis
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joy for tie HIT!
millions who
loved “Father

of the Bride!”

i and Anguilla has

s , wetired after thirty years as an

‘ R. AND MRS. ROSS MAC- inspector
Travel in the famous “NORTH STAR AVA KENZIE and their two He is at present holidaying in
Skyliners from Barbados. «{ daughters Heather and Gail were Barbados, en route to the U.S.
imong the passengers leaving yes



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DON TAYLOR « CILLIE BUPKE @ “weeks. Mr. MacKenzie who iS belle.
Starri Sly srariakas ee . pew i GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. T.C.A’s Resident Engineer is on ““a’'former student of Mico
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=“ Papil arrive f a las ,
‘TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES oo arrived from Canada last tread Teacher ‘of Combermere
Richard WIDMARK Telephone 4704 aig School, Jamaica.

Paul DOUGLAS







Bist ery — : - Passed Degree _ Another Chance
MURDER! . . . SUSPENSE! a a | a a @ wi aw 8 @ mA a & SB a a a 28 T AN examination of Music Ueiiehar ok ae ice

. Victorian
Id ¢ » Barbados Cen-
held at the Barbados Cen- pynipition at the Museum, this

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dard of Lodge toad. Christ Church @"d of the month.! Friday 31st
MONDAY and TUESDAY a

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4.30 & 8.15 p.m. , r . 7 , he! ‘as admitted an Associate of the Seeing this interesting exhibition.
THE STORY OF RUDOLPH WONDERFUL VALUES was admitted an Associate of the

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GARDENING HINTS
FOR AMATEURS

THE GARDEN IN AUGUST
ACHIMENES
Eucharist Lilies

Like Anthuriums, the Eucharist
Lily has of late years been
steadily growing in popularity.
Our Winter visitors have broken
down the old fashioned idea that
this beautiful Lily is only suita-
ble for use in funeral wreaths,
and, to-day the Eucharist Lily is



in Window-

generally speaking, a minor crop ihcreased production of local
in the West Indies. During the commodities where these can be used extensively for all kinds of
War efforts were made to in- substituted advantageously for decoration.
crease its production and Jamai- articles which now figure large- ae
ca appears to have made sub- ly in imports. In common with Propagation —
stantial progress in this direction. our neighbours, this island de- _The Eucharist Lily is grown
It is now reported that the isiand pends on imported corn meal from Bulb. Plant the Bulb
is likely to be self-supporting in and it comes from dollar sources, almant steely une: fe oat,
its requirements with a ; @ peint which will receive full oS Eee. ee Gey a oF ay
: 7 7 en , : Ui be planted in any good garden
for export. Whe recent consideration, no doubt, in the < ¢ ‘ arde
= eae ee | . soil, in a pot, a tub, or a garden
cane may have had an rinidad discussions affecting bed. In two weeks’ time the
effect on these develo food imports. Further, it should Bulb should spring : i
Any setback, we hope be recognised that the imported s : â„¢
be of a temporary nature in the meal! is principally a by-product, Position
interest of West Indian « momy Since a good proportion of the Eucharist Lilies prefer a moist
28 ata in nue of the nourishment has ‘been elimina shady “pesition’ shelered {vom
u But" lank 1as, t in the process of removing the excessive wind. These Lilies
hitherto, not been conducive of seems which are expressed into are temperamental things. and
large yields and corn has ie Ol, some Of Which at one time even when put in the most
to be regarded as an unprofitable was sold in these markets under favourable position, they take a
crop except for the small culti- various trade names and used long time to settle down and
vator who includes it in his for culinary purposes. Those feel “at home”. So do not be
mixed productions; for use in the were the days of seeming plenty discouraged if they are slow in
home dietary and as a feed in fats and oils and of severe Starting to flower. Another thing.
principally for his poultry, the competition with the products of It is said that they flower best
surplus being sold mainly to Our coconut and cotton indus- when the Bulbs have increased
hucksters either in the ‘green’ tries. and become close-packed in pot
Stage for roasting, boiling and The great advantage of af pet. a_i oe ee
for soup (and what a delicious processed, imported corn meal slownest jig radia —
poup) as well as in the dried that it keeps and, in applying ~ a
State for conversion into meal—a the term by-product above Treatment
rather scarce and comparatively should be explained that in the Eucharist Lilies require no
high priced article nowadays United States, the principal source special treatment, and, as long as
On estates, corn is grown for the Of supply, the bulk of the corn the plant appears healthy, with
most part as a ‘catch’ crop with crop is utilized the feeding dark-green glossy leaves, it is
wide spacing and often without of livestock, the hog being best left alone. It has been said
that attention to such practices largest consumer. No recent that Eucharist Lilies flower all the
as manuring and seed selection figures are available in this con- year round, but the generally
as is usually followed with a nection, but a fair estimate accepted idea is that the flowering
major crop. For all these reasons, that 85 per cent. or more of the period is at Easter time, around
the total production, yield per total crop goes into animal pro- Mareh—April.
acre and annual value of the duction. Since exports as grain The flowers are borne on long
crop are not easily ascertain- sre practically negligible, the re- thick green stems and the pure
able. If production is to be con- mainder goes into direct con- White blooms, rather stiff and
siderably increased—and events sumption in various forms with ;y@*¥ iP ee Lge all a
may justify this—then an or- a comparatively small percent- to ae ee Wear ay Howers
sary with emphasis on more ine mille, Among. ‘by-products ave ans, ilies last well in water
z : a 1 ae So YY =P! and any bud that is sufficiently
tensive fie¥i methods, efficient starch and a table syrup which, developed will open after it has
drying and storage of the crop in Canada, is a competitor been picked and kept in water.
‘to prev@nt losses from moldi- Barbados table molasses. Corn Eucharist Lilies look particularly
ness, insects and rodents and the the most important crop in the beautiful when mixed with
provision of modern milling United States, both in acreage Anthuriums, Tube-roses and
methods. In this connection, it and value, and on a world basis Queen Ann's Lace.
is noted that Trinidad is con- it is greater in amount than any f
sidermg the possibility of de- other cereal grain cultivated. : Achimenes i
voting part of the expenditure (to be continued). Achimenes, those charming
little Pansy like flowers, are
generally regarded as plants for
wey ee SRM Tok eee Ses fas ccs Scania, ae accualin'é Hanging Baskets, and very lovely
m aes th. they do look in Baskets, But
Rupert and the Sorcerei Ld Achimenes can also be grown
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border in a bed. The flowers are
very like an English Pansy in

appearance, and can be had in
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various shades of mauve, and
pink.
Propagation

Achimenes are propagated by
small Tubers, any tiny one of
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These little plants do equally well
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MUSGRAVE in © at act ) a e 4
ma the pocket step ihioush |} BRARKGAINS
More Pockets e cut slit and press it flat as if
ere facing for the’ rectangie
Last week we discussed the Then ferm a piping for the open- *
styling and sewing of patch ing by making box pleat ‘
pockets, This week we will ex- corner, Pre this carefully \
plain the procedure for making the iron and then baste the American
some other types of pockets. fogether to hold them in place .
The piped pocket is made like til you have ed © pore Brassieres
'

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location of the pocket
very carefully on the dress
pocket strip should be cut about
an inch wider the pocket
opening and about ten inches long.

opening

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Press a crease across the width "*™* The . - Spenen © wae | Half Slips |
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top and baste this crease to the ays = ; i hos — . facing for th: °
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ing the stitches. The average ae rT a ate vw .
width of this rectangle is about a *“"™ Ne RAtOm GF thy Vest | : - - - — -
half inch but this may be varied ec Natia 7 win at sectio eave
to suit the style. oe ve. oe oe
Cut both thicknesses of cloth and may be of we 60c :
exactly in the centre of the rect- [fa cuff ij ed it should be cut |} ‘e
angle and to within a fourth of gouble or wv th facir ern Al 2 , S
an inch of the corners then cut e re First stitch the cuff dy Ladies Cotton
me © except the one to be joinet] , : . 5
to the pocket. Trim the seam \ Panties I rt out
800d mixture of soil and manure. and slash wherever necessary
In_ planting up a basket with Turn and press carefull | 60
Achimenes, first line the Basket Baste the cuff to th edge of ; {{' C. of WORK CLO I HES
ae bi —aeamees Fibre, bring- the pocket, wrong ic of cuff i ‘ ’
Little aleve pe udes Aha a right side of dress. Over this pin|' Children’s Cotton :
eee @ the rim at the top, or baste the pocket facing or top | }!) easter t an ANY
Put in a layer of mould, and place’ inner section-of pocket. Stitch |) \7 ’
a few Tubers about the botton d trim sean Cimatns tne ' Vests
5 ao Pree ate py, seams will make much neater |}} Yes, FAB — even in the hardest water — will get
hese eventually push ee babi irti arments cleaner iter *j
theattiehs “dha Bibra anit neces” the b as there are at least four sear \ 2 FOR $1 00 the dirtiest garments ¢ leaner, w hiter, brighter — and
Bisket oh the oiwidh Now ah nvalved, Pron carefully. St 1 . QUICKLY too. For your dainty things or heaviest
up the Basket with mould and ! 1e facing to th ‘an i \ ‘ , wash—use FAB...put it on your grocer’s list TO-
plant the rest of the Tubers about hold th faci in place | " Children 5 Cotton , ae
the top. Press them’ in firmly. ! titchi should not show « ) WK, shea. ' + “t
Achimenes like to be well watered tet f the cre j > ti S ash ¥ with FAB actually
so keep them moist, Nowe» tt \ { rantles SAVES f
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Achimenes will flower at any pocket may be pinned togeth |! C . y
time, that is to say from the ume d stitched Aft ehin I H. 4
they are planted until the time edges of the pocket | the toy , . Use ALF as
they die down. But for the best of the pock« cl present | my. 2 ’ .
results, they should be re-planted stretching rd Lo i Children s Plastic much Fab as
early in the year. After some to handle for the re of the 1 4 :
months of flowering the plants jp This type of pocket 1):) Raincoats
die down. They must be cut off, pe finished before ti ide searna | \
and the Tubers left to rest. After ,, gore. seams of ; rt , 1 {t
that the Basket must be turned pasted or stitched. re 2? 40
out and the Tubers separated . . 1 (t °
Then the Basket can_ be refilled Siri a en eres ace 1 $j
with fresh mould and the Tubers , . 7 int se ae PAH DOCK yy AT THE
re-planted again. : See me eet We REEL i
This should be done once a fps ae A the Ries “74 i
year pe RACE Mi < eees ) ’ i‘
$ should open elsewhere. A centre mn) MODI RN
Position front or a centre back openit } i) f 7
Achimenes will grow and Usually best. If the opening must |} D 1” Ga Go
flower in the sun, but they prefer be on the side try to arrange 1 (tt
a certain amount of shade such Have the pocket enter tix id }

as the dappled shade to be found
under trees. Above all they hate
excessive winds so 1 Westerl
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t his’ native Trinidad more times than I
will also be available and the close-to-the-wicket
brilliance of Robert Christiani will be there as well.

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tried stalwarts fail or are not available will be Ken Rickards
Denis Atkinson. Simpson Guillen can be trusted to do a good
behind th icket whenever Walcott is not available,
TRIED PLAYERS
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Bowiers Have
A Good Day

BOWLERS were generally on top yesterday on rain
affected wickets as the fourth series of First Division

~. Cricket games opened.

N. Marshall who bagged 7 Combermere wickets for 22
runs, and A. Holder who took 6 Spartan wickets conceding

27 runs, were outstanding.
COLLEGE vs. POLICE
~olid@a..,..... xaavaphtic

O, Edgehill top scored with 13,
80 =I. Burke of Y.M.P.C. and K. B

College (flor 4 wie. i114 Warren of Carlton bagged five

wickets each. Burke returned the
senieal Sie ‘ figures of 12.5 O., 2 M., 39 R, 5
themseives 1 a's yr $ i‘ . . y
ins wneir peaacn sou Leona W. While Warren's figures were
‘ . . - 15 9)
After bowling ‘out Police for. ou 15 O., 6 M., 28 R., 5 W. R. Austin,
runs, the school team went on ty Who took 3 for 37, bowled well
score 114 runs tor the loss of 19%. Y.M.P.C. For Carlton, NS
aE mf Lucas, taking 3 for 35 and K
four wickets , 5 &
Hero batsmen of the day were im 2 for 5, turned in use-
C. W. Smith, tre opening Luc ing performances,
who was caught at 49 and N sP) AN vs. E :
Harrison, whose wicket is stil! cue ne vs. EMPIRE 15
intact, with 33. ae : Fa ie yaa
College won the toss and sent Empire (ior 2 whts,) ........... 34
Police to bat. ‘ihe wicket \ fine bowling performance by
heavy then and favourable iv left arm bowler A, Holder of
bowlers. During his 10 overs Mr. Pmpixe in which he took 6 Spar-
Sam Headley captured three ee ee runs et Queen's
wickets for 28 runs. H. Simmons cee wees me in a ee
average of three wickets for 14 his teary Fi nights 4 for pee
runs in 31 overs was the best in ‘thie a iat Bernien at alge
This bowler had the policemen wickets, in hand, ain nee 42
in trouble all the Ume. runs to gain a first innings’ lead
_ The other bowler who helped to against their rivals.
dismiss Police for their smali Holder sent down just over 20
score was C. W. Smith who 4 overs of which 5 were maidens.
ao overs claimed two for 11 Fast bowler H. Barker took 3 of
une, the wickets for 15 runs. He sent
down 12 overs including 5 maid-
None of the Police batsmen ever ens. J
got set. The 3 who scored double Play did not start until 2.30 p.m.
figures were A. Blenman 10, J. on account of the rain affected
Byer, the skipper i7 and C, Brad- ground. This was especially the
shaw 12. Had it not been tor case with the outfield where some
slack flelding by the College boys, â„¢ud puddles could be seen. |
Police would doubtlessly have Spartan won the toss and decid-
ocen bowled out for less runs, €4 to bat on a_ wicket which,
Many catches were dropped, though somewhat impaired, prov-
On a somewhat drier wicket; ed to have no terrors for the bats-
College took the field and it was ™©"
evident froin the start that they
intended having a go at the small
score which had been made 4A, Atkins and A. Haynes open-
egainst them, C. W. Smith went eq the Spartan innings to the
after his runs in a free, easy, bowling of H. Barker and S. Rud-
assured way. He executed his der. The score went up slowly bu‘
strokes with power and treated soon Skipper Alleyne brought on
the bowling more as if he were his slow men H. King and A.
at the practising nets. He was Holder, These demanded a great
finally caught when one short of deal of respect on the then turning
his fifty when the Police skipper, Wicket, but it was left to fast
Byer, ibrought on himself as a bowler Barker in his second spell
change bowler, Kinch took the eee the Zr: re mE aa
catch. side, aynes foot got in front o
‘orrison’s ¢ , 94 rae 4 delivery and he was out for a
conn Hazrieon's Stay of $9. Wwe well played 20. His score might
ool alae Lari ees ~ have been bigger had not the mud
aoa never troubled about the paddles naar. Se pavillon, oye
ha th eo satan. Venee e ba rom going to the
__ The fast bowlers, Bradshaw joundary on a few occasions. The
and Mullins commanded most score was now 31
aint ee aoe wer bowling very L. F. Harris partnered Atkins
ast. Mullins took one wicket put after seeing a single added to
while Bradshaw was not success- the total, snicked a delivery from
ful in getting any wickets, Byer Holder and wicket-keeper Robin-
took two for 16 in seven overs. son made no mistake. Harris was
7 : t for nought. The luncheon in-
CARLTON vs. Y.M.P.C. ‘sr val was then taken.
Carlton 120 and (without loss) 12 On the resumption Skipper
¥.M.P.C, Lichiisssaesdecseresne’ Th Walcott went out ao ae
vy aw . anew Waleott showed good - form from
Carlton led Y.M.P.C. by 49 runs the start and scored with some
on their first innings yesterday, freedom. The score had- only
the first day of their first divis- reached 37, however, when Atkins
tom, fixture at Black Rock, induced to come forward to one of
Carlton batted first on a wicket Holder’s slows, mistimed and was
that was soft and awkward for out for obstruction with 12 to his
120 runs. Y.M.P,.C. followed and credit. S. Griffith and Walcott
before time of call they collapsed peony runs to Wa ee Mee
for 71. In 20 minutes left for Griffith edging a delivery _ from
play, Carlton got 12 runs with- Barker, was caught by wicket-
out loss keeper for 2 S. Chase and
Walcott pushed the score passed
Bowlers On Top the 50 mark, this having been
The bowlers were On top made in 68 minutes, With the
throughout the day and few gcore at 55 Walcott who had been
batsmen passed double figures, trying to force the pace was
C. McKenzie and C. White played bowled by Barker for 17, made
the two best supporting innings in good _ style. The remaining
for Carlton by scoring 30 and 29 batsmen offered little resistance
respectively while for Y.M.P.C., On page 6.

This visit of the West Indies team to Australia brings to my
mind an article by the Right Hon, Herbert V. Evatt, K.C., MLP.,
Deputy Prime Minister of Australia in the 1949 Wisden,

He writes “Since the re-establishment of Test cricket after World
War II, a most heartening fact has been its very firm hold on all
peoples throughout the British Commonwealth and Empire.

DEPUTY P.M.’S) VIEWS
HAT has happened since 1945?”, the article goes on to State. “A
real renaissance of cricket throughout the British Commonwealtn
On the very day we read of Homeric Tests between the West Indies
and India and strenuously fought Tests between England and South
Africa,

“I think we should all bear in mind that success ebbs and flows
like the tide. A combination of circumstances, some adventitious,
operated against England both in Australia in 1946-47 and in

England in 1948.
FORTUNATE

“Fa aoe was most fortunate that Bradman was able, not only

to effect a recovery from serious illness, but to show a great
deal of his pre-war form. The rapid approach of Arthur Morris
to the clas‘ical standard of Warren Bardsley and the almost flawless
batsmanship of Barnes gave Australia, for the first time for many
years, something like the guarantee of a good start. Simultaneously
the fast bowling of Lindwall and the recovery of W. Johnston helped
greatly towards Australia’s success,

“In the long run, these things always even up. Who should dare
to say that in five years’ time, the cricket supremacy within the British
Commonwealth will not have passed to the West Indies? What a boon
that would be, even if only to drive home the lesson in cricket it is
not an affair only of Lord’s or the Oval or of Sydney or Melbourne.”

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TUESDAY, 1951

EMBERS FOR BARBADOS

Jamaican Derby Winner
Bought Locally

By BOOKIE

FPHE news that the latest Jamaican Derby win-

ner, Embers, has been bought by Mr. M. E. R.
Bourne of this island opens yet another chapter
in the affairs of West Indian Racing. Previously
tive Jamaican Derby winners have been sold to
Trinidad while many*years ago one of the first
winners of this classic, Saraband, was sold, I
believe, to Grenada. This is the first time however
Derby winner has been sold to ownership in

AUGUST 21,





that a Jamaican
Barbados.

Embers is also the first of these Derby winners that has been
bought within a few days of their winning the race. It will there-
fore be interesting to learn if this filly will complete the racing
season in Jamaica or whether she will come immediately to Barba-
dos to race at our November meeting before going on to Trinidad for
the Christmas fixture. The purchase price is rumoured to be $5,000
and while this is a record for any Jamaican bought in Barbados it
is not as much as was paid for such as Raphael or Footmark, both
of which, incidentally, were not Jamaican Derby winners. It is also
jJower than the price paid for the Barbados Derby winner Sweeper IL
who was sold to Mr. C, L. Trestrail of Trinidad in 1945 for $7,000.

I am not conversant with Embers’ form in Jamaica, except that
she won the Derby and Oaks, but now that she will be coming for
the Trinidad Derby it certainly throws a new slant on this race. The
picture at present is one with the Jester 1] frmiy Installed as a
tavourite and unless he Je#ee tne Arima Derby Trial Stakes next
Saturday there Is no reason why he could not remain in this position
for some time. Second favourite is Best Wishes with a particularly
strong reputation enhanced when she won the Barbados Derby early
this month while at longer odds must be counted another Jamaican
bred, Paris, and the Trinidad creole Rock Diamond,

URING the next few months of course the trend of events may

cause us to think differently and by that time we should be on
a better footing to compare Embers with the horses on this
side of the Caribbean and to accord her a firm place in the betting. In
previous years we might not have had to do this at all because what
we had on this side was not up to much, But no one in their right
senses would say that just because a horse won theJamaican Derby
this year she must automatically become favourite for the Trinidad
Derby as well.

Of course one of the striking similarities about every Jamaican
horse to come to TrMmidad classified above B class is that they have
all been said to be the best horses ever bred in that Colony. In fact
a very noticeable feature of every Jamaican racing season is that it
unfailingly produces a champion of champions. Up to now I have
not heard exactly what reputation Embers has in Jamaica as a
three-year-old but I know she was rated as one of the top two-year
olds in 1950 according to a very glowing report by a Jamaican cor-
respondent in the English Magazine “Racing Review.”

For my part I quite agree that some very good horses have been
sent from Jamaica to Trinidad since the advent of the Brown Bomber
and Commando II but they have left us with very definite ideas about
which were the genuine champions and which were not. Unlike
Jamaica we have been getting along quite well with our fair share
of good ones and bad ones efid while our champions may not have
been frequent yet we have had a few. Maybe that is why it has
been easier for us to pick out the best. Maybe it is also why we
should feel that in 1951 the Jamaicans will have to be of the very
best if they hope to beat Best Wishes—if she is fit!

THE CIPRIANI MEMORIAL

HE BIG A CLASS RACE at Arima has for the last few years been

known as the Cipriani Memorial Cup. The distance, which has
been changed from time to time, was 742 furlongs this year and as
such it should have proved an excellent test for the eleven horses
which were originally entered. Among them were such versatile
performers as Devon Market, Nan Tudor, Blue Streak, Sunny Game,
Footmark and Mark Twain who have all shown that they combine
just the right amount of speed and stamina suitable to a race of this
nature, There were also the newcomers Lupinus and Tuffley Belle
who gave similar promise in this direction. The race, however, hit a
bad patch when Nan Tudor, Sunny Game and Golden Quip were
withdrawn and further misfortune when the rain appeared on the
scene,

In the actual running it suffered still further from a lack of rivalry
when the English form horse Downupsi trailed the field in a ridiculous
manner and both Mark Twain and Footmark ran many pounds below
their best form. This left good oid Blue Stréak to set the early pace
and after doing so for six furlongs it was a tribute to his honesty that
he only gave in to the up and coming Lupinus after a dour struggle.
This meant that Mr. Tass Tawil gained both first and second places
in this Cup race, a distinction which must make him feel very satisfied
indeed, especially so to think that now old Blue Streak is past his
best, he has one like Lupinus to take over.

The colt Lupinus, who won three races and came second in his
fourth at the recent Trinidad June meeting, has therefore shown that
his form at that fixture was no flash in the pan, He is, I understand,
a fine upstanding colt. However, with so many of the best in A clas:
off form perhaps it would be better to wait until next Saturday when
he must take on Nan Tudor and Ostara over six furlongs before we
decide exactly how much he is worth. Incidentally he will have to
give Nan Tudor 10 lbs., and Ostara 3 lbs. That, I think, will take
some doing.

OR THE rest of the first day’s racing at Arima I think the most
important feature has been the falling of three horses, one of
which, it was said, was in danger of having to be destroyed. Quite
frankly I am surprised that more did not fail. In the first race there
were 16, in the second 13, and in the sixth 17. Of course, at Arima,
as in Barbados, there is a very simple remedy and that is: a new
track. But like us they simply refuse to move. Few would believe
that only a mile or two from this very same track there are copious
acres lying under nothing more than bush and all as flat as a bake in
addition to being on the road. Like us, they are still waiting. Waiting
for what? That is the great unanswerable question.

Meanwhile horses continue to fall, be injured or fouled; jockeys
break hands, legs, ribs and collar bones, and the public is squeezed
into the melting pots which are called stands; stands that racing has
long out grown. A situation calculated to make far‘more people think
of leaving racing than coming into it, whether to own or bet on horses.

T IS NOT without significance that I notice the form of the three-
year-old Gold Pin and another splendid fighting performance by
the half-bred Baby Bird. By dead-heating in the Y. De Lima Trophy
these two horses have forced me to two different conclusions. First
it is obvious that Baby Bird is still in the excellent form which she
has now shown for a year or more and also that she is still improving.
No matter how she mounts the classification ladder, she continues to
win. Secondly the three-year-old Gold Pin must also have improved
considerably if, since his moderate form at Union Park last Easter
and at the Arima Creole meeting, he can now tie with the horse
who so recently gave the D class horyes in Port-of-Spain a sound
beating in addition to giving some of them weight. Gold Pin is a
chestnut colt who caught my eye last Christmas. Although he was
then backward he showed a good deal of promise. Now I see he is
living up to it. I think he will be one of those in the Derby who will
make a formidable second string.

Lastly who could fail to notice the extraordinarily high dividends
which were paid out consistently in the Pari-Mutuel at Arima through-
out the entire day. The average for the first seven races was $17.05
for the first places. For the Forecast it was $890.29 for the first six
races. Evidently some people had a good day!





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B’DOS

Men’s Team Has
Strong Defence

By Paul Foster

THE BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAMS which will

it Trinidad on a nine-day tour next month were chosen
Vednesday evening. Both teams have met with gen-

eri p al, but there has been some criticism of the

ection of goal-keepers for

the men’s team and the choice

of Manager. Nothing however has been said about the



nission of Tim Yearwood
he selectors will no doubt
ly ¢ what mus be a general

i electors, “No matter
who yeu choose, you cannot please
eVery bod) i







tion ter his ilure to

ci H pe ormance

ms especially in €

1€ was outstanding,

yet it would appear that either

¢ Evelyn or Gerard Jordan
t ! place

Evelyn ha played well

throughout the season and the

nming condition
He and Year-
were both pretty much in

the same position and Yearwood’s
ience of the January °50
our to Trinidad should it seemed
have given him the edge, Then
there is Jordan’s c:













Jordan left the and before
he f trial atch and has not
yet returned. Some say he will
etu by the end of this month
her ay between the 10th and
15th of September The teams
are due to sail on September 13th
Th eems to be cutting it rather

close

With Jordan not here for any
f the trials it can be assumed

t his selection was based on his
ince > far this year in
| He has been one of
e main- stays of the Swordfish
backline and had he not left he
certainl would have been a









Risky Nelection
What is his position in the Bar-
team? » will play defence
( I Geoftrey Fos-
in the forward line to relieve
ince Bannister or Manning,
hould the occasion arise, In the



i 1 the yue this year,
has been in the back-line
Foth these men however have
played as forwards before, and
n good accounts of themselves.
With the remaining time these two
could now get practise in the for-
vard line. But with Jordan’s
eturn uncertain he seems a risky
lection







With Yearwood in the team

as a permanent back, Foster

could spend the remainder of

the trials concentrating on

forward play with an occa-

ional match in the back line.
There has been no criticism of
ihe Ladies team which almost
picked itself, and it is generally
felt that the best ten are going.





Left to right: Billy Manning, right winger, Ken Ince, Vice captait »yoment

from the team.

beag made over water polo? It
s cricket or football” The
answer to that is “Quite right,
It isn’t cricket or football. Water
Polo is here to stay, rising in
popularity throughout the West

Indies’

i





Bermuda has sent out a verbal
feeler, tO the Barbados Associa-
tion “Can we send a team to visit
you”? As soon as the Trinidad
tour is over this question will be
answered, St. Vincent has asked
the Barbados Association for a
copy of the rules of water
‘Polo Michael Hanschell Gren-
ada’s Director of Agriculture who
re-started the game in Barbados in
1938, is planning to get the game
going down there. British Guiana
also have a copy of the Barbado:
Association’s rules.

Disadvantage

Locally, the Barbados associ-
ation is making an effort to start
the game in Speightstown. Playing
as they do at a private club it is
only possible for the sporting pub-
lic to see the game on few occa-
sions, This is a distinct disadvan-
tage to the game. Next year
however the association is plan-
ning to ask any sporting club if
they would like to start water
polo and a separate league can
be organised with matches played
either at the Harbour Police piet
(with the permission of the Com-
missioner), or at some other fav-
ourable spot, in addition to games
at the Aquatic Club.

While taking all these bows for
the Water Polo Association, it
would only be fair to mention
how very co-operative is the
management of the Barbados
Aquatic Club. They have done
everything possible to make the
running of the game easy for the
association. During tours and at



any time the association has or-
ganised dances to raise funds, they
have always allowed the socia-



tion to take,one hundred per cent
of the gate money. Without this

co-operation the Barbados Water

Polo Association would not be in
the strong position they are today.

Affiliated
Yesterduy in Helsinki, at a meet-
ing of the Federation Internation-
ale de Natation Amateur, one of
the items on the agenda was the
affiliation of the Barbados Ama-
teur Water Polo and Swimming

( FORWARDS

2

and centre-forward, Delbert Bannister, left winger and Geoffrey
Foster who can play either as a forward or a back.

w minor problems, which
ld not be handled until the
was selected, will now have



be ironed out and by the time
e team leavey, there should be



understanding between

fo stray a moment fror the

forthcoming tour Some peorle
are saying “Why is all this fuss





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Association to this international
body. Thus this association will be
one of the first if not the first of
the amateur associations which
met at the recently formed Olym-
pic Committee, to become affili-
ated to their parent international
body. Each member association of
this local committee must do this
before the committee can becomé



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Peggy Pitcher (24).
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WATER POLO TEAMS

PLANNING THE ATTACK



but eight members of the Ladies Water Polo team planning theoretical
polo field, in preparation for their meeting with a Trinidad Ladies team

(Captain) Jill Gale and Ann Eckstein

sing play Represented Bar.
bado last yeai when ladies
wate polo was in its infancy

Plays in the back line and

fighter all the way

Marion Taylor (21). Her posi
tion is on the wing. Passes the
ball well and concentrates on
feeding her centre forward If
unmarked has an accurate shot
and handles the ball well.

Jean Chandler (19). Captai
of the Barbados team last year
Can play centre forward or o1
the wing and if necessary in the
backline. Has a powerful shot
which is sometimes incline to be
high She is a good 4swimn
and will be cne of the thorns i:
the Trinidad side

Phyllis Chander (17). Jean's
sister. She will line up on the

wing. Shoots with well placec
shots and when tackled shoots

from the most odd angles She
must however remember to pas
unless she is certain of scoring.

Barbara Hunie (27). One 0
the two goal keepers. Newcome
to the game this year, has playe
well throughout the season
Keeps a coo! head under attack
but must remember to cover he

Left is Maurice Foster, Barbados’ goal when saving shots taker
goalkeeper.
Albert Weatherhead, reserve goal-
keeper and Manager.

from the corner of the ficld,
Ann Eckstein (17). The othe:
goal-keeper. Was the Barbado
custodian during Trinidad's visi
here last year. Car get well ou

of the water but must concentrate

on getting the ball upfield afte
she has saved,





Left to right: Gerard Jordan

iin rr Ba
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Ken Ince (25) Vice-Captai
he t n Snapper sharp sh
left arn centre for
Most dangerou wher t
ind will be t chief goal ge
the tean Ha been play
water polo for al it twely veal
Key man on the team, Trinidac
ill pave to find ood io
ep him in check. Like Patt
he been a ember of
ie Barbados tear whit !
ived intercolonia vate
ainst Trinidad. Will be twer
x tt { fter tl tour er
George McLean (24). Has re}
ited Barbado 1 all their
nter rr j
I t tie I
it present t
ree tea the lea
f t rki V
iy in th back line on ¢
ie of kipper Patterson (
o play centre back
Geoffrey Foster (28). Good
sunder Has bee playing
won in the Swordfish bach
also played a forward
ill be one ot the tw
ywwards in the tean k
laying the game ince 1 }
has represented Barbade in

their clashes with Trinidad
Delbert Bannister (30), Starte

BACKS

plays in the baek line, or reserve
forward, “Boo” Patterson, the captain is centre back, George MacLean

left back and Charles Evelyn, right back.



The average aC f the }

team is 19.7
Men’s

“Boo” Patterson (28) Ci
of the team, was captair
Barbados team which beat Trir
dad in Barbado ! Vovembr
last ye Mer t the
toriou Barbac team wt

ite Trinidad in January, 19

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7 Extra: b. 3 1 « } ” ze > ‘
Snnire One L, Morrise & b C. WS e | BRILLIANTINE & HAIR CREAM
Empire pen E. Brew c Mr. Headley b S$ Total (without k 12 ry otin Oo
: md O. M. Robin- c | Mr. Headiey 1 : « «a ee be ;
t F. D. Phil- . : WANDERERS ys COMRERMERE 8 to highlight your
ie : ve aes al ( r b Sr 4 Combermere tet innings :
t . fre I not out 4 EF Adams c,E. Atkinson b N Ringside BY GEORGE WHITING 1 shall never forget Lay’s crack crowning slor y
flighted i I carehiee iow 8 L. St et s F ie “bereted aks D. as he fought back so gallantly | - ;
1 G. Wilkinson Ibw b N, Marshall is, Forget, those stories a oe 2 \< after being twice on the floor | :
i4. Rot +49 991. 998 gk Licorish ibw b Marshall 9 Sands, Empire — righ against Hungary's Laszlo Papp in| cui: een ee
rR 4, ea? eon bee 8 > mor Tae < Tepes : champion, Funning Se cme Milan this year—the performance | flavour of as ee
“ ( B 1OWLING ANALYSIS Mr. S, Smith Ibw b N. Marshall o ‘alia in a pique at not having oa + that gained the Londoner a “best fresh cow's
3 at 0 R W Y King ¢ wkpr b N. Marshall o the opportunity of a shot at the jocep" prize in the European milk a
1} AW : ee ae Mayeock lbw b N. Marshall 1 world champgnship, or of put- vampionships, Spvour. that
: this bowl Sore + ee Pee ae ee ‘4 ting up a lucrative defence of his FO esa
al ball % h good ef- ) f 1 3 "ten f 5 Empire crown. Back in his corner as the and Oak is
; ) ere pin- C. W, Smith a bce bie e - Ill-founded advice in his own Italian speculators yelled their ce a |
WOVE, ee aati oink Bee 49 Total _% country was _ responsible for approbation our Alfie leaned Vial s4mes
. 1 or his §£ Hone ; of ts: 1-9, 2-19. 3-24, 4-91, Sands not having an Empire over the ropes winked at me which goes to build
rwal . - ; . ° 3 7-31, 8-39, 9-48 fight with Randolph Turpin here and whispered: “They love strong bones ee pets
N. Harrison not « iG AN SIS : 5 ie ' s that pro-
ed seta Byer 18 IWLING as “er rn w_ last month—a situation that led me! f Wace” Gae feed on the
Sa ees Corb ot _gmat SN. Mor 7.3 8 2 7 to Randolph becoming’ world —LES. | nus green grass of
. ae FR. Atk 5 3. 8 champion at the expense of sunny Australia all yea"
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W. G i F " i Hil 8 2 13 2 . co . / duces the ric
Se { ‘ 7 2 sn a. Too 4 1 8 } himself in the minor role of over- B dos W ater Polo the best milk in the
; ; ing See ‘ : Wanderers Ist Innings weight winner against America’s i world
» 34, ¢ i f 10 a ny <
—- t SIs N. W. Marshall e C. Licorish b ¢ sis i
t 2 and Alleyne 10 Bowlin ANALWES og NL . 2 Mel Brown, ww vow Leam Selected |
Harri ho sent down 7 overs | 4. 14 4 «2 «1. B. Knowles c Mr, Smith b Grant 20 With Turpin’s ride to New Yor j
hich were maidens, took © jradshaw 8 1 2 © N_ Proverbs c¢ Mr. Smith b L and the Sugar Ray return begin- : oe a :
tat ‘ t of s A gait ; athwaite 7 : and’. nise him as e same Bannister
2 wickets at a cost of 1l runs. £. Green $ 0 1% 0 | Brathwait . 47 ning next week, Sand’s chance of 7 1
PICKWICK vs. LODGE — : Blackman ee ee eee foe, © ¢ world status can be written down «wey knew in 1949 and ivou. He) wy
Locge 76 abd (for 3 wickets) 27 . SPARTAN vs. EMPIRE C. Manning b Grant ® as negligible at the moment, but +) 4 more s ee Pile cotHie aa] —*
Pickwick F i? s Lt er We leRS oS i » stren er
In the Pickwick-Lodge First 2. Maynes. 1. “Barkey Doan Bendae teehee 5 ee Charles Evelyn (15). Although | Prices |
Division mateh yesterday Lodge 1, F. Harris ¢ wkpr.) B Holder Beet re eee 9 Sands came to Britain with @ he is the youngest member of tne| 3-Ib 12-02,
‘ rst and knocked up &@ 2° 5" Grimth © twkpr.) b Barker 2 - promise from promoter Jack team he is no paby, standing five} $2.88 per tin 80c. per tin |
Nar ie i ree ee RT ae temard & Holder 5 hee ey Eee en Solomons that he would earn 4 feat six inches and weighing 146 | TY «q
t 1 en- r od. iwkpr » Holde ’ is iz 7 e 4 . eb six i ae
je pe, Sener Reid 'b Holder 6 BOWLING ANALYSIS uaranteed sum—not less ee os, Started playing water polo| | B y UD R J QO} »
t l shave Jost three wicket er ¢ Hunte b King 5 o M e ‘ £5,000 is my guess for the |, 1948. For the past four years} | q
) Jowen not out SP King ‘ 5 . 26 defence ‘ S » cham- ; at
wr 27 run ie ag tov in : 3 ide ht Hakses 0 a a eae ‘i ” ay lefence ol oa ae. “Ee , has been champion of his class in 4 | \ POWDER “ROUG!I p o ; STI
ypscored ae ere 2 t 2 G. Grart 16 5 4 pionship. bib » Dusk ’ “ the Harrison College swimming FULL CREAM POWDERED | ‘ i ER 3 I I ‘ Ey) Cx
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T! nly oth« patsman to reacn Total wt PICKWICK vs LODC no fears on the financial side. : and ¢ romising voung - sn sienna | se
‘ toute’. who z Lodge Ist Inning : 1 ating dition and a promising — y 8} ieee ——. |
} Bon aes eee . Fa \ 1-1, 2-22, 3 37, Mr. McComie ¢ Birkett, b King +. s ~ wel pr oe uth player. == a | —
ade 16 2 6-55 .7--02, 8—65, 9-75 teefe Inniss b King 7 Mu rown: he fought Sout ihe hee |
ae tor Pickwick, Winston BOWLING ANALYSES w Stoute Ibw. W. Greeniage 0 Africa’s Duggie “Miller. at Bir- | a, nani ae saat ies "} “ | } | . SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE THAT °
Gi ive took five for 24 T. 2 . 1S 5. “Hutchinson b W. Greenidge ®} mingham on igust 20; and he No a 1 i 7s t ’ Ti si nC et) ¥ ie COLGATE OFFERS
: oo) a a wo UU. Barker .. % * © Glasgow b W. Greenidge Bw “ "en tee lacrate . been playin water polo since |
Birket nd Hi. Ringy took two a aes 10 i 18 1 Gill low W. Greenidge 0 has now been gu heen a fur- 1948 and is the captain of the FOR BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATING WITH
‘ ‘ t A tk Ide 203 5 i & Sant tae, Head 1 ther lucrative overweight .°"- Harrison College team. Twice |
: i Kidn« ui scored aoe Se 2 g 7 * Farmer c Inniss b Hoad 0 eee at pe c pe ma ae Victor Ludorum in the Harrison | 1 t - Y” |
P c WEN 33, runs, ve. Alleyne Wilkie c wkpr Wood, b W tember 25—with ex-world champ- College aquatic sports, is an ag-|
. a $kipper F ire — Ist Innings . aa a 5 ee et ? ; 7 te ge aq c sports, Is an ¢ |
f ‘ avere nad ‘i tires Rea vitie Ta kat Beare 7 woos ae re ¢ ion Jake LaMotta high on the list crocssive forward and combines aes
( ! y 3 0, ER. Edwards 22, (yy 'Ropinson J b w Lo FP. Harris ic ta i 3 of possible opponents, , well with Bannister and Ince. al $ 4 My
20 we i aiets c Ale ype fot ow at 3 ots * Neither the Bit maingham noe Maurice Foster (20). Barbados i ‘3
Fae ae Yor 54. Extras: b. 6.-1by 2, n.b. 1 aa ef the Earls Court ie Weta *"= number one goalkeeper. Has play- 3
for Lo ‘ 100 Ca ae gant = Total, {for 2 wih dmg : Fall of wickets; 1-14, 2-14, 3-31; dangers Daves title. nen he oq very well this season and his | ‘ ‘
Mr. McOonii Te se duoabbra:: 42 na ‘CARLTON vs. ¥.M.P.¢ 4—40; 5 A; 6- i Peet returns home a the nee he performance in the trials was tops. 3
pie a cab Nt he OY Carlton — IstEnatnes | eT ge Bae Ke eS i a ye Empire a nf Started playing the game five
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have lost,.three wic kets for nit ek eebidgol c¢ K, Branker, b LB. Inniss 2 3 - purse-money in the bank as if he Qutstanding. Gets well out of the|\) Exhaustive Research By Eminent
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’ s (fer 7 wickets) E. W. Marshall not out 13° G. Wood ¢ Glasgow b nn . 4 Ray—will be in Randolph s cemp member of the team he will also 3 3 ns 5 i 5
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At The Cinema

Another

1951

Woman

G. B
Be °

Over the last few years, there seems to have been a Spate
of films whose titles have been women’s names. First we
had Rebecca, followed by Laura, then Jassy, Madeleine and
now Ellen. Quite a family of girls with at least three of them
embroiled in psychological problems.

ELLEN, now playing at the
Empire is, I would say, a better
than average psychological thriller
whose well concealed mystery
keeps the audienee guessing right
to the end. The plot is plausible,

less, interesting entertainment,
well directed and well acted,

THE BIG STEAL
THE BIG STEAL now showing
at the Plaza is, according to his

and skilfully developed in minute fams, Robert Mitchum’s best film.

detail.

The story concerns a young
architect whose fiancée was killed
in a motor accident the night be-
fore their wedding. During the
months that follow, a series of
accidents occur which result in his
beginning to doubt his own sanity,
while his friends fear he _ is
paranoeic, It is not until the ar-
rival of a young woman, who is a
statistician, and who falls in love
with him, that he begins to realize
that the so-called “accidents”
have, in reality, been deliberately
planned by an enemy. Digging
deep into his past, the two of them
find the answer to, all his bad luck
and the solution is presented in
an unexpected dramatic climax.

The leading roles are well
played by Robert Young and Betsy
Drake, whose performances are
realistic and convincing. Miss
Drake is not only an accomplished
actress, but her speaking voice is
delightful to hear. In an import-
ant supporting role, Henry O'Neil
has a new type of characterization
to which he brings all his veteran
skill while Florence Bates, John
Sutton and Morris Carnovsky
round out the cast.

A large portion of the film was
made on the picturesque coast of
California with its jagged rocks
and pounding seas and some un-
usual photographic effects have
been achieved, which together
with a musical background taken
from selections of music by
Tschaikovsky, heighten the tension
and atmosphere of the film. While
not up to the standard of
“Rebecca,” ELLEN is, neverthe-



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I have not seen it, but from what
I can gather it is an exciting
mystery melodrama involving the
theft of an Army payroll. Based
On a story that appeared in the
Saturday Evening Post ¥y Richard
Wormser, the film is taken almost
entirely in Mexico and the photo-

graphy is said to be excellent.
Speedy action, false leads and
confused identities all help to

deepen the mystery, while a sur-
prise ending gives an unexpected
twist.

With Robert Mitchum are sane
Greer, William Bendix and Patric
Knowles, while Ramon Novarro
makes a _ re-appearance after
several years seclusion.

COPPER CANYON

At the Globe, COPPER CAN-
YON teams Ray Milland and
Hedy Lamarr in an action-packed
Western in Technicolor. I can't
say that Pm exactly in leve with
the casting of these two actors in
a film of this kind, but they will
certainly be drawing cards for that
part of the public who might
otherwise by-pass a Western. The
plot concerns the activities of a
group of Confederate veterans in
an Arizona smelting town in post-
Civil War days, who are given
short shrift by the Northerners.
Unable to get their ore smelted,
the Southerners enlist the aid of
a Captain who is travelling with
a side show as a trick gunman.
The situation is taken in hand,
and after several bloody encoun-
ters, the unscrupulous Northern-
ers are ousted in a final show-
down,

The speed of the plot is only
exceeded by the fast and spec-
tacular horsemanship displayed in
the film, but its course is more
helter-skelter than our four-
footed friends and I found a cer-
tain difficulty in distinguishing
between the different factions,
Ray Milland as the expert
marksman, does some _ pretty
fancy shooting—without a double,
I am told—but the role is off the
beaten track for him and I doubt
if his fans eclamour to have him
in further westerns. Hedy Lamarr
is — of course — just herself —
beautiful anq glamorous, which
is all that is required. MacDon-
ald Carey is unpleasantly men-
acing as the villain of the piece
and Mona Freeman and Harry
Carey, Jr. supply a secondary
love interest.

To my way of thinking, the
outstanding feature of COPPER
CANYON is the magnificent Ari-
zona scenery in which the picture
abounds and to which Techni-
color does glorous justice.

Left Out
Of Tour

SOCIETY DOWAGERS at New-
port, Rhode Island, seaside play-
ground of blue-bloods, feel
snubbed because Princess Eliza-
beth and Prince Philip are not
going to visit their town. :

UNO wives—and some of their
husbands—-are also annoyed that
the royal visitors have not
arranged to call on them.





They Want To
Meet The

Princess

By JAMES COOPER
WASHINGTON.
THE most popular telephone
number in Washington now is
Hobart—HO, because only the

first two letters are dialled—1340,
the number of the British Em-
bassy.

The hostesses are scheming, as
only they can, for invitations to
meet Princess Eligabeth and
Prince Philip on theiy visit on
October 24-26. “Democratic”
Washington is really only g small
town, south of the Mason-Dixon
Line, and is more protocol-minded
than any Ruritanian State.

It has as many unwritten rules
as the Court of St. James’s, and
more social climbers.

So that HO 1340 ig kept busy
by callers, polite, but pointed,
about their right to meet the
royal couple, at least at the
garden party that Ambassador
Sir Oliver Franks is expected to
hold in October.

Perhaps mindful of the row
that went as high as Congress,
when the King and Queen visited
here in 1930, the tall, aloof
ambassador is away for the whole
of August, holidaying with his
family at Nantucket.



BLAIR HOUSE, WASHING LON
Protocol may be by-passed.





Those left behind in Washing-
ton’s steamy heat are pledged to
secrecy, under international agree-
ment that includes the Canadian
Embassy and the White House
itself.

Keep It Quiet
A suggested schedule has been
sent to the Princess, but, until she
studies it and approves, sometime

in September, Officials are keeping { and bring Johnson’s Polish

it as quiet as an invasion plan.

It is expected that President and
Mrs. Truman, with daughter Mar-
garet, will hold a dinner party for
16—18 if small gold chairs are
used to make more room—in Blair
House, where they are living while
the White House, across the street,
is being renovated.

That would sive worry about a
fulk White House reception, where
protocol is so strict that only mem-
bers of the Cabinet and the Su-
preme Court use the front door
Jesser Officials the south back
door and others the East Wing.

} —the Aquatic

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NEW — at C. B. Rice & Co. on
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Only the Cabinet marches down
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PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION

THE establishment of a Public Service
Commission has for long been promised
and at last'a Bill has been introduced into
the Legislature making provision for the
establishment of such a Commission. Such
a body can do useful work for the island.
Barbadians are notoriously touchy on the
subject of “foreigners” being employed in
the Public Service of this Island. The
result has been that improvements in the
terms of service have sometimes been
opposed on the ground that if such im-
provements were made too many foreign-
ers would be brought in.

It is, however, clear that there are a
number of offices in the Public Service
which must continue to be filled by im-
portees for several years to come due to
the scarcity of locally qualified personnel.
In no field is this more true than in the
field of education. But to keep the officers
who are obtained provision must be made
for leave passages, When this question
was broached sometime ago it was de-
ferred because. of a variety of reasons.
Some felt that the island could not sup-
port a scheme as ambitious as the one pro-
posed and it is true that the scheme sug-
gested was too wide for the resources of
the island. Perhaps it was political con-
siderations that prevented the Govern-
ment from offering a compromise in the
shape of granting leave passages only to
officers from away.

It may well be that with an impartial
local Commission functioning, members of
the Legislature will be more prepared to
make such provisions for the purpose of
obtaining and keeping the services of per-
sons from foreign lands. The Public Ser-
vice’ Commission Bill 1951 provides that
the Governor and Secretary of State shall
not be bound to act on the advice of the
Commission but it can safely be assumed
that those officers will weigh carefully the
advice of the Commission and will only
act contrary to its advice for grave and
weighty reasons.

The Commission will consist of a Chair-
man and not more than three other per-
sons to be appointed by the Governor, and
at least one shall be at the date of his first
appointment a public officer or a person
who has been a public officer at any time
within a period of five years immediately
preceding his appointment.

Clause 9 of the Bill lists the matters
which the Governor may refer to the Com-
mission for their advice. These include
appointments which it is within the Gov-
ernor’s power to make to any office in the
public service; the dismissal or other dis-
ciplinary control of public officers; the
entry into a salary scale whether on first
appointment or on promotion of a public
officer at an incremental scale higher than
the minimum salary scale attaching to the
office; the award of study leave to officers to
enable them to obtain training outside the
island and any matter affecting the public
service which may be prescribed by regu-
lations made under this Act or which the
Governor may refer to the Commission.

The Bill provides for heavy penalities for
persons giving false information to the
Commission, for the publication and dis-
closure of information gained in pursuance
of their duties as members of the Commis-
sion to unauthorised persons and for
attempts to influence the Commission.

The persons appointed to the Commission
will have great responsibility thrust upon
them. Efficient public service depends
largely on a contented Public Service.
Reasonable remuneration and conditions of
work together with promotion which re-
wards industry and merit are the main fac-
tors which induce contentment, As the
years pass and the Commission becomes an
integral and respected part of the machin-
ery of the Public Service the suspicion that
at present exists that certain jobs are re-
served for personnel from the United King-
dom will disappear and the relations be-
tween all branches of the Service may well
become more harmonious than they have
been in past years.



SUGAR BAGS

IN a recent letter in this newspaper the
Barbados Sugar Producers’ Association, re-
plying to Mr. Sahay, the Commissioner for
the Government of India in Trinidad, point
out that the West Indian allocation of
jute bags is grossly inadequate

Mr. Sahay has stated that the Indian
Government consider that a quota of 3,000
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supplied to the Government of India

through the Colonial Office show that the
requirements of the West ‘dies for
period in question is 7,550 tons,

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Therefore the tonnage offered by India
only amounts to 40% of the quantity of jute
bags required by the West Indies. Further-
more, the Barbados Sugar Producers’
Association point out that so far Barba-
dos has been unable to obtain offers of any-
thing like its share of the 40%.

The Sugar Producers also stress the
point that even after allocations have been
made by India there are frequently long
delays in getting shipments sent forward,
because from time to time the Indian Govy-
ernment requisition large -:uantities of
jute goods to be sent to other countries.

Unless the Government of India is pre-
pared to increase the allocation to the
West Indies immediately, these colonies
will be in a sorry state. The bags for the
next crop must be purchased within the
next three months if there is to be any hope
of their arriving in time,

o

This difficulty in getting supplies of
sugar bags is one of the reasons which is
forcing the West Indies to adopt bulk hand-
ling of sugar, but the main reason is that
shipping sugar in bags is far too expen-
sive.

From the experimental bulk shipments
of sugar from the West Indies made by Tate
and Lyle two years ago, that Company
has calculated that £500,000 could be saved
by dispensing with the two hundredweight
bags in which sugar has always been
shipped to Britain, Not only the cost of
the bags themselves would be saved, but
labour expenses at the docks would be
lower. Also, since a 100,000 ton ship can
be loaded with sugar in bulk in five hours
instead of the three weeks which it takes
in Barbados to load a similar ship with
bags, the turn round of ships would be
very much quicker. F

It has been pointed out that Barbados
can load sugar in bulk and so keep up with
the rest of the sugar producing countries
without building a deep water harbour. All
that would be needed would be a plant
similar to that used in Trinidad for hand-
ling bauxite in bulk. Such a plant con-
sists of a narrow pier, an electrically driven
conveyor belt on the pier and stone bins
for holding the sugar on the shore. It
would be relatively cheap, somewhere in
the vicinity of five million West Indian
dollars, and could be erected in six months.
It would also bring the cost of loading
sugar down from 22 shillings per ton to 24
cents,

But until Barbadians realize that they
cannot remain permanently in the nine-
teenth century and survive, this colony will
go on loading sugar in bags. The difficulty
being experienced now by the Sugar Pro-
ducers in obtaining jute bags from India
isonly awarning. It would be much worse
if a war were to break out between India
and Pakistan. Perhaps Barbadian sugar
will be dumped into the sea one day be-
cause of the short-sighted policy of the
Government in power.



GOOD LUCK

MR, JOHN GODDARD, West Indies
cricket captain leave Barbados to-morrow
on the first leg of his trip to Australia. He
goes to Trinidad where he will join other
members of the team, which is off to try
conclusions with the Australians, the ac-
knowledged champions of the game to-day.

It is twenty-one years ago since a West
Indies team visited Australia, where, if
they did not emerge winners of the rubber
were by no means disgraced. Since that
date the batting technique of the West In-
dies has greatly improved and even though
they no longer can field a first class battery
of fast bowlers, they are possessed of a

team immeasurably stronger than that of
1930,

In John Goddard they have a captain
who has proved his mettle both on and off
the field in the West Indies, in India and
England. Goddard and his men are now
called upon to face their greatest trial of
strength for Australia has ruled the roost
of the cricket world, practically since the
first world war. The West Indies how-
ever, will throw down the gauntlet with
one of the best teams they have ever put
into the field under a capable and tried
leader and there is every reason for their
backers to be optimistic.

Mr. Goddard leaves these shores to-
morrow with the best wishes, not only of
Barbados, but all West Indians for a suc-
cessful tour of Australia. The fortunes of
the game, will be followed with interest in
every cricketing centre of the world, and
throughout the West Indies with bated
breath.

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Sitting On The Fence

| —- day within the next few
months 12,000 families are to
|be asked to give details of every
item of household expenditure
(over a year to help the Govern-
ment compile a new cost-of-liv-
ing index,
If they call at the Sea Nest,
| they are likely to sce a few sur-
prise items.

Apart from the enormous ex-
penditure on cigarettes and tobac-
co, there will be hundreds of
items under the heading “Enteér-
tainment,” which will — disguise
hospitality dispensed in low tay-
erns, quick ones swallowed round
the corner before lunch, and a
final in the lounge before facing
steamed hake again in the din-
ing-room.

As your Uncle Nat is a sucker
for patent foods and medicines,
chiefly because he believes the
little booklets inside the packag-
es make the most _ fascinating
reading in the English language,
there will also be hundreds of
items under the heading “Chem-
ist”.

There will be tailors’ bills for
patching his ancient tweed jac-
ket, Moths Relish, and his fam-
ous grey flannel trousers, Ele-
phants Legs, laundry bills which
are now as high as food bills, the
biggest newspaper account in
East Kent, and money spent. on
stamps writing at least three let-
ters a week, to the income-tax
inspector, *

* co *
the

come
the

to shake
will
“Lottie

An_ item likely
cost-of-living experts
under the heading
Cat and Friends.”

Lottie is one of the best-known
hostesses in the county, She not
only gives lavish lunoh and din-
ner parties, but has revived the
old English custom of entertain-
ing guests to breakfast.

As a result, fish is sometimes
bought two or three times a day,
and extra milk has been ordered.

The strangest item of ali wili
be “Pussy Powders for Lottie.

A packet of these pep powders
was bought after she went to
her first party ext door, ate 12
prawns and reeled home at mid-
night with the hiccoughs.
| Happy Holiday

“At some seaside resorts
visitors are given bed and

CANNES.

COMPLET is the word on the
Riviera from this week on, It
means FULL. Humbler hotels
have notices bearing this discour-
aging news on their doors so that
they will not be harassed. by
streams of applicants for rooms.
Grander establishments regretful-
| ly suggest that one moves on else-
where.
Congestion at Cannes has been
increased by the arrival of King
Farouk, Queen Narriman, and
their suite of 32, for a five-day
visit. His sister, the beautiful
Princess Fawzia, has already in-
stalled herself there with her sec+
ond husband. Ismail Cherimey
Bey, whom she married after her
divorce from the Shah of Persia.
| Farouk spent his first evening at
}Cannes at Palm Beach Casino,
}returning to his hotel at 6 am.
| next day. Narriman stayed in the
| hotel.





Best season

To-day big American and Brit-
ish cars crawled nose to tail
through the town. Bathing beach-
es are a solid mass of basking
bodies. The Croisette, that famous
seaside narade is crowded.

, Said genial M
;manager of the
(where Farouk
is the. best
war.”

| Austerity Britain contributes
jhandsomely to M. Mero’s well-
being. He has 106 of us staying
there now against 67 at the same
jtime last year. They outnumber
}all other nationals except Ameri-
jeans who total 157 (73 last year).

Bed on the beach

Jean Mero,
Carlton

is staying. “This

season since pre-

At nearby Juan-les-Pins, where
the wild night clubs are, there is

not a room to be had either, But
Bohemian visitors from that easy-
going artists’ and writers’ quarter
in Paris, St. Germain des Pres, get
around the difficulty by sleeping
on the beach. And very comfort-
ably, too. They “borrow the
thick sunbathing mattresse nd
amp chair whi proprietc of
1 € \ ri batt talion eave

By NATHA! fEL GUBBINS

breakfast, hve all other
meals out and are not allowed
back in their rooms till 9 p.m-
even if it’s r:ining.” —
Holiday repovi.

E’VE ‘ad ¢ :r ‘igh tea and it’s

rainin’, V’hat are you goin’
to do now ?
Shall we ‘ave some more
coffee and b. .s?
More’ buns? What do you
think Iam? A polar bear?
Well, let's ave some more

winkles, thei. :
I’m blowed cut with
mussels, and co &ies,

winkles,

Let’s go to ite pitchurs, then.
Pitchurs, pit hurs, pitchurs,
First you think i'm a polar bear,
then you think :'m a millionaire,
The pier’s only Threepence,

And it don’t vost no more in
the covered p a.
We been on -hat pier enough

times to buy it, take it ‘ome and
chop it up for .trewood,

You are dificult, ain’t you?
What about Funland? You
always liked t.-e scenic railway
Not with a be:lyful of fish and

chips, buns, col.ze, and winkles,

Well, wha! about walkin’ it
orf in the rain? We got
macintoshes.

We can walk about in the rain
in Camberwell. Why should I
pay money to d> it ’ere?

Oh, well. i's not long now
before we can go back to the
room and get a bit of sleep.
Sleep? With you scratchin’ your

sun blisters all night?

And you serstchin’ your knat-
bites?

I don’t scratch no
you.

Yes you do.

Oh, shut up.
Shut wp yourself.

more than

For The Russians

ERE is another chance for

Pravda to publish their Uncle
Nat’s version ot the British way
of life. This time explaining
our attitude towards foreigners
and foreign affairs.

The British attitude towards
foreigners is the same as_ the
British. attitude towards animals,
but

inferior creatures to be



Farouk & Co. Help T
The *House Full’ Sign

By EVELYN IRONS
out on the shore these summer
nights.

Existentialists from Paris feel a\
home here: one of their haunts,
the Club du Vicux Colombier has
transferred itself to Juan-les-Pins,
behind a facade decorated with
ew scenes in St. Germain des

res,

Harold LLOYD, off to Rome on
the next stage of his European
holiday has been sightseeing, un-
recognised at Grasse, St. Paul and
other inland beauty spots from the
hotel at Cannes where he has been
staying with his wife and his 22-
year-old daughter Gloria (Mrs.
GUASTI)

Back to painting

_ "I hardly ever wear my horn-
rimmed glasses,” he says, explain-
ing the lack of recognition.

Lloyd is an artist, specialises in
abstract painting, admires PI-
CASSO, but left Cannes without
visiting the village of Vallauris to
see the master

_ Picasso has announced that he
intends to return to painting after
five years spent chiefly in design-
ing pottery. The French have z
word for these dishes—Picassiettes,

Latest stories about MACLEAN
and BURGESS being seen on the
Riviera were described to. me by
the Sdireté at Cannes as “fantas+
ot.”

I checked on one of them at a
curious little bar near Cannes
Harbour. ‘There I found a gentle-
man called NANA of Montpar-
nasse, a female impersonator
knowh in Left Bank Paris boites,
He claims to have seen the two
men in the bar ten days before.
“I know them very well,” he said
with assurance, “They are Ameri-
can diplomats.”






Infiltration

_ American influence on the Riv-
iera expresses itself in the crap
game at casinos

At Monte Carlo’s dignified Vic-
torian gaming rooms, the croupier
at the cray le crooned encour-
agement t ice 1
Side New Yorkese



treated kindly but firmly so long
as they behave themselves,
” ” ~*

With a the
British are
animals,
of hating foreigners.

few exceptions,

But in Britain some animals
more popular than others,
just as some foreigners are more

are

popular than others.

For instance, there are
eat and some, as I have already
pointed out, we both stroke vanc
eat.

But it is not a custom here to

stroke popular foreigners, unles

sex rears its ugly head.
Nor is it a custom to eat

popular foreigners, though — ij

the meat shortage gets worse we
some of
the fat ones if we knew how te

might consider eating

cook them.

* * +

The British attitude
foreign affairs (apart
oficial attitude)
which breed
popular with us at the moment.

You might say we have the
same attitude towards
favourite animal, the dog. Some
breeds are popular for a_ while
only to be discarded for anothe:
breed.

As an example, when the
Japanese were on our side in thy
Kaiser’s war, they were
dear little Japs,”

towards
from the

“little yellow baskets.”

A little while ago you were a

popular breed
then
fashion,
any more than we could dislike
unhappy performing dogs
have exchanged one circus maste1
for another,

At the moment,
have an advantage over dogs sco
far as we are concerned. Wherea:
dogs are allowed only two bites
at us before they are shot, for-
eigners are allowed any number.

All the same, don’t imagine thi:
will go on indefinitely.

Fond as we are of both, histor)
shows that when we decide tha.
either dogs or foreigners have

Since
out oi

over here,
you have gone

Both are regarded as amusing gone mad we destroy them.

—L.E.S.

———

wards



Frenchman,” said he. “I went tc
the States to learn the language.’

A distracted Frenchman im-
plored the shouting players tc
keep quiet “as people at othe:
tables are trying to concentrate
Monsieur.” An American in a
black and white harlequin beaci
shirt replied that he was not go-
ing to be shushed for anyone
Somehow, bloodshed was avoided

Pavement artist

A smart hairdresser at Cannez

has chairs and driers installed on
the pavement so that clients mis:
none of the fresh air and sun.
shine. Passers-by take no notice
as the intimate details of feminin.
toilet are exposed to their view
One woman I saw there had he.
hair tied up in tufts for a pern.
while two manicurists were bus.
—one on her hands, another lac-
quering her toenails.
Many women are having thei:
hair _ parti-coloured. Platinun
curls are mixed with honey-brow.
shading to a darker brown at the
back. The mixture is worn shor,
or long.

Horse nonsense

Prevailing fashion, for the bea-
for women with long hair is th
Arab horse-tail style, tied up wit
velvet string, a bright chiffo.
handkerchief or anything you like
_ I thought it must be nice to liv.
in Monte Carlo, where there is mn
income tax, even the post office i:
a sumptuous marble hall newl)
and luxuriously equipped witi
club armchairs, and there is ar
outdoor cinema claiming to havc
cancelled only two performance:
because of rain in all its four
years’ existence.

“Ah, but,” sighed the languic
woman clerk at the bank, “wi
have our hardships, too, Look a
the price of butter — 7s, 6d. a
pound.”

FOOTNOTE: Poster on Juan-
les-Pins railway station savs
COME TO ILFRACOMBE, ON
THE GLORIOUS DEVON COAST

WORLD

COPYRIGHT RESERVED

—L.E.S.



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Borough Council Batine ewan b tii of the weekly BBC West Indian reference book for politicians, Arthur Maul, comprises of six were unable to leave before Mor line inseaainen ctenltee LEATHER. THE “ANTIQUE” FINISH AND QUALITY
al oharacter of SI rloele Hoimes, Prostamme, ‘Caribbean Voices’ journalists, businessmen and all Ban Sobiste itider Agtiin GOOUte The exhibition is being held at We, first part being an amusing those who take an intelligent in- Miser Joseph Jaham, and seven ine here on Thursday nahi by the, eXCess gastric acidity plus an |\¥ ARE MOST J Coe
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H I tae Perce it i W ae eet Broadcast of this half-hour pro- useful information, and is so classi- Scout ader Cyri ogers ‘tay has been rebead eral ; ? ac sy 7 WE CAN ALSO OFFER A —
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the exhibition—with Holmes’ ture, an epic of gallan' ay epee nell, Curator of the Museum and Senior Scout: > sloye Lessé@} He adqual ter I eck eats me | water. Watch it fizz into a re THREE SHADES OF BROWN—ALL WITH GRAINED
deerstalker hat, Watson’s topper and endurance, performec Y the author of Anne. This history Second Class Sco 2 will be glad to meet Scouts an | — freshing solution—then drink it FINISH
ae Pr at tai J ’ thousands of men and women ll be reat interes yisi- Sea Scout: Vernon Mungo, Second § ters who can spare momen i NISH.
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that some of the visitors have set a. cece : E ors and arbadians alike, few o ass Scou E to dre in , | A . 3 '
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SIR,—With._ reg the for Friday was recorded in Crab SUNDAY, AueuueT a 1881 = "
Selection of the Water Polo Team jy4j]], St. Lucy, where one inch and The Church of the Nazarene wwe = . , ci \
to tour Trinidad, I think that the qo parts of rain fell, Next best celebrate today their twenty-fifth 2 15 am ercerenee Pye LM | :
Water blo Ajssocjation should fgure—one inch and 37 parts— anniversary on this island. The 4". vr Lan ake Acie ” ol i
have chosen twenty players and was taken at Holetown. celebration takes place at their 415 p.m—645 pm 19 76M
a Manager, who should be Paul At Crab Hill, St. Lucy, the Sub- Quarterly Meeting at the central - |
Foster, He has shown a keen gistinn there reported that high church on Halls Road. ; suite? tne Wms Mrgpins 28. BACKACHE
interest in the development and wings were »“pcrienced during Rev. and Mrs. J. I. Hill came Cy ’week § 15 oie Listeners’ Choice. | /
progress of the game, the afternoon but uo reports of to Barbados as Missionaries ©n ¢ 00 pm Rhythm Rendezvous. 6 15 p.m. | GOME:
Hoping that the selectors will 32a oes receive » resi- August 26, 1926, and officially Variety Ahoy. 645 pm Programme :
damages were received from re Parad
realize their mistake and reé- Gants in that district established the Church of the Pf p.m.—10.49 a 25 saus 31.090 | Bi a ;
consider their selection. Oaly one woman complained Nazarene in this island, The first ee rnnennena | [7 1S OFTEN SURPRISING pain and discomfort are the KN WITH
WATER POLO ENTHU y ny ager : aq church was located on Bank Hall, 706 pm The News 710 p.m_ News ; oth taas
d Ww I NTHUSIAST that some clothes which she had ae ew stone chureh has Anal 715 pm Caribbean Vi how quickly backache, stiff, teqarns results. .
24th August, 1951, hanging on a line in her yard bets Alig sepahat 745 pm Towards Cheistian Solution ching muscles or jointe, “a ong s Recaghe Kidney > 2 ye °
ont 4 : > ecenlly De as 800 pm Radio . m Qaboos, theumatic pains rin; relief by ;.
ia were blown away by the high ““‘There will be a Baptismal Ser- Sundgy ‘Service 848 pm interlude common’ urinary troubles due | to casos te kidney filters a R Oo Ss E Ss
winds. ; vice and reception of members 8 55pm From the 9 00 ae | to : in the blood can | and so stimulating their action. J y
Timing Traffic Other figures for other districts t,j, morning, after which the Symbol, pf, Sunnie tae a % en | ee ” You can tely upon this well j p o .
up to 6 a.m. yesterday were: Superintendent, Dr. A. O, Hend~ gia)" ipime 10 0 pm Tongan Forum Strong, active kidneys safe- | known diuretic and urinary f Lime Juice
To the Editor, the Advecate. Central, one inch; District “A”, 72 yicks will bring a message on MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1951 your health by straining | antiseptic. Many thousands of :
SIR.—In one of your leading parts, District “B”, 57 parts, Dis- “The Supreme Question”. — 3 y 15 iit ktt e Farede ne) puritics and harmful wastes grateful cash Gud Wemen nave
articles some time ago you men- trict “C”, 46 parts; District “D”, In the afternoon there will be @ (PMT commentary 12 00 noon | out of the system. When | testified to the good health
tioned something about traffic 77 parts; District “E”, 98 parts; special numbers by the Choirs phe Mews. 1210 pm. News Analysis | kidney action is inadequate and | they have regained by taking
lights to relieve the traffie police District “F”, 73 parts and Four from six churches empesses 415 pm—i45 p.m. 19. 76M fails to filter the blood properly, | Doan’s Pills.
on point duty Roads, St. John, 69 parts with letters of gree ings fre “ 415 pm The Stradivari Oschesire 1/3
These lights according to the Belleplaine, St. Andrew received friends and leaders‘in the home- , 0)" tn Middlesex vs. South Africans. Ask your in
article are “Timed” by an auto- 89 parts of rain. land. 7 the pros j % 5] nee, ‘2 a > Dealer for : |
eet Se ee eee ao eit op “Rally” or the Ballet. 5.45 pm _ Nelson Cooke 6 00 Backache Kidney Pills 5/-
the colour of the lights, perhaps ae ies “ “ gramme wi pe a a >m Voice of the Violin 615 pm
aay test Sanat . 3 = hs Silver Jubilee Offering. The pro-@§). 7, the Third Prosr e 635 pm ae —_
a ae - ae — ++ ~— KEEN RIV ALRY ceeds will be used for improve interiude 64 pm Prosramme Parade
cr so in order to give right o ment and enlargement of some(43 55 pm. To-day's Sport ——
way to traffic. . f THERE was keen rivalry in the ¢¢ the churches on the island. 7.00 pam.—10.45 p.m, .. 25.58M 31 82M ir
ate rend Poon go Rigen eal Table Tennis Tournament which The Superintendent yesterday; News 710 pm News me



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was played between the Holetown expressed how grateful he was 8

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especially at the corner of Prince Boys’ Club and the District “D” to the people of Barbados for§§qusd 145 pm sfeneralle Spesking
William Henry Street and Broad poy. Club on Friday at District their co-operation and contribu-,; organ jewaree
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Street put this relay method into «p» station, tion to the work. ) Practice 18 Salt |
practice by averaging the sam¢ ‘The results were: L. Forde of terlude. 8 Fda C ont Hall
time as the lights. This would picstrict “D” lost to K. Simmons . q . 70 Pm pre ery a Whe |
not only train the general public 93 9; i991, 20-22. K. Downcs Pine Housing Alvea evs. {0'%'p m tnteriude 40°15 pm

into traffic courtesy but also { i , ;

of District “D” defeated C. Bynoe

ohn Bull's Band. 1045 pm Science ,
relieves the strain on the Prince —. 5 91 5 5 y s Review
; 7 Min which Of Holetown 21—18, 14—21, 21—-15, N |
Pan Peary, Save, EMS WOON She ena, B16, Develops Rapidly WRUL 11.20Me WHOW 11.75Me WRUX |
none "'SCOUTER SPENCER ’ C, Blanchett defeated O. Jones As the residents of the Pine 1775Me-

21-10, 21—15, 20—22, 15—21, Housing Scheme become more |











21—23. and more settled, the boys of the
6 ” @* district have been building cricket LOCAL PREACHER
RODNEY CALLS “CRISSY” HERE pitehes. Since the long vacation
4 eee sae quite a number of matches haye ORDAINED IN U.S. BRINGS
TO-MORROW ON HOLIDAY been played there. :
THE $S. Aleoa P slain Mr. Frederick W. Christopher, The area allows of space for AFTER a nine-month b= A QUICK
out of Cz ae 008 ptr a retired Inspector of Sehools in this game as it was previously the United States, Mr. al
ut of Carlisie Bay on Friday with ci” Kitts. arrived in the island merely grassland and matches are Knight, local preacher of e RELIEF : |
molasses and 100 tons of sugar fo. cently,’ He is staying with arranged between Pine Housing Pilgrim Holiness Church and d
Port Allred, via St. Vincent. He Rev. Winter at Fontabelle. Scheme teams and teams from warder at Glendairy Prison, ar- FROM — 5 =
sister ship, the Alcoa ae Mr. Christopher, who is neighbouring districts like St. rived in the island a few days ago. == ;
Sailed for St. Vincent after di

known in Leeward Island cricket Barnabas and the Ivy. |
circles as “Crissy”, was the first Meanwhile the residents are He told the Advocate peers? | <
Leeward Islands cricketer to still looking forward to the time that while in the States he too z

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arrived on Frivay with 1,618 bags score a century in the Leeward when they will get their shops out a course in theology and that) i |
of cornmeal, 19,040 bags of oilmeal, Jslands Cricket Tournament. It is and bus service. There are these he was ordained a minister of $e |
1,997 bags of flour and other stated that he was also a deter- two things which are chiefly lack- Evangelical Ministers’ Pollowente |
general cargo, mined slow bowler. ¢

ing and about which the people Inc. Mr, Knight is a trustee of |
The S. S. Mario C. arrived with He will be spending a few think. They are looking forward this Fellowship. |

charging a quantity of cargo here.
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a quantity of general cargo in- weeks in Barbados before leaving to the next meeting of the Hous- ye gaid that he preached at | DUE TO INDIGESTION * so easy eee anything fa Te and
eluding 1,000 bags of wheat flour. for the U.S-A. where he plans to jing Board when they hope 4 Churches of several denominations | If you su®2r from STOMACH PAINS, FLATULENCE, nexpensive too. or advice on your ght prob-
It \ unloading yesterday. settle. Board will have the pies rere including the Pilgrim Holiness, | HEARTBURN, NAUSEA or ACIDITY due to Indigestion, lems call
Punic proud 3,50 ose cocoa- ‘ . —— @ : els ha en POWDER: This scientifically balance T E
Es, Se ac. ee fruit Technical Education “Since laying - Pe i Neseune, es ae a ll pod coae quick relief! It is also available in TABLET form.
and 500 cartons of preserves from i ; i pipe lines has been finished 2° Connecticut amo other places |
int . Also calling from the will Be Discussed fat as the Pine is concerned,” a rs ane and ee ted eared |
island were Schooner Mildred WHEN the Chamber of resident said yesterday, hiek risons includ the famous Sing. 2
Wallace and the S.S. Folke Berna- Commerce hold their Quarterly should have our buses new. bn 9 ing Prison, had therefore |
dotte. The Wallace is going to General Meeting on September 5, is nothing to prevent the servic been able {9 see for himself a |
Surinam and the Bernadotte to one of the items set down for starting.” — 2 great deal of the prison life in the | BRAND
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PROTEST MARCH BASPO PLAYS

attain sow, DPHOSFERINE

in ti
4All a iaier on Vhnich Wwe
held at the Globe Theatre on











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Friday night. The singing was of t

ot, tak centele e for more ~>

ige longs th Mr Maurice AC Ve i
Jones, Manager, thought that the e j

"howe talking part were: i confidence! |

Those taking part were: Hube:t ° | rarwT ,
Clarke who sang “Be My Love | LUXURY
Eddie Hall Beg the Begui . : |
Fite ; Lad VOC a “ ta . Yo If lack of confidence worries you | F

‘ v y i ) ° anne i wry ‘@
Blessings”, Byron Rollock The and you feel tired and depres sed I'¢ | i I I S( ] APS
Lord’s_ Prayer”, Car] sest through overwork remember how | re we v
“Friendly Star” and Nevill very useful PHOSFERINE has been i SSOM BLUE HYACINTH
Phillips who sang “Jealousy” ord, gp others in a similar state ; | _ IMPERIAL LEATHER _e_LINDEN BLOSSOM _o_SLUE HYACINTH
ccompanied on the _ piano |
|

Irving Harris.

The Show will be repeatcd
next Friday night when it
hoped a decision will be reached

Guest Star on Friday night w
“Baspo”, the Barbados All Sia
Percussion Band Some of
members played in Trinidad wit
Steel Bands and the tunes played
by the band, ranging from sem
classical to jazz, pleased th«

idience

E.G.—b'dos Piay Table
Tennis Tournament
There will be a Table Tenni
Tournament at Y.M.P.C. on Mon-
day night betweer Barbados and
A SECTION OF THE CROWD of about 10,000 who took part in British Guiana. The first match |

. ‘ takes place : *clock.
the Protest March against the South African Government's kes place at 8 o'clock

Try this grand tonic today. In
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-e Representing British Guiana! liquid or tablet form. 2 Tablets
policy as regards coloured people. The march was instigated by Sea eggs Picked will be Maurice “Monty” Mama 7 .

the Barb S t Part @ of PHOSF ERINE equal 190 drops.
1 arbados Labour Party. ns . yrge Lopes and M. W« v hile
1 U 7 O if Of S a } anc ne v

: Gill, Campbell Greenidge and L ic |

’ . MR. C. W. RUDDER, Police: Louis Stoute. Nine singles will be THE GREATEST OF A |

/ (? GOG Oli CO Magistrate of District “B” orderei played and this should make the |
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Gladstone Williams a labourer match more interesting. for Depression, Debility, Indigestion, Sleeplessness, and






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of Welches, Christ Church, to _ Moore represented British | « after Influenza.

" pay a fine of $7,20 to be paid in 14 Guiana at the last Caribbean

> eg) ; © days or in default 14 days’ im- Table Tennis Championships held | a. |
f Oo CS Z a i Cc a prisonment for picking sea eggs. 1" Trinidad, Gill represented

The offence was committed on Perce iae 8 hk ee ae | BACKGROUND 7 0 BEA UT ys I"
\ DOZEN BUSES, six cars and a truck delivering August 24 while Williams was on —G_ played Barbados, Moore was |





















veet drinks were held up across the Victoria Bridge gene B “et a Pa: not included in the team. |! _ / i
ie sc caso) sia Ss )
yesterday afternoon as a procession from the Barbados september 1 a 5 Begi BLENAI | i
1 > 17 : ae r , . . 5 |
Workers’ Union marched into Probyn Street. They were aun tre ie yt rs ht
the march in protest of the treatment meted out “BIGBURY BAY’? CALLS aie adie Sth amie ea {
to negroes in South Africa, and especially to Milton King WEDNESDAY pears, the two fruits which are in {
a Barbadian seaman, who it is alleged, was killed by a H.MS. “BIGBURY BAY” will Season. Oranges have been com
South African Policeman sometime between March 3 and 4 be returning to Barbados from oe ra a 7 yest si | ne
\ 18 n, a large aSEIOT . Jamaica on the 29th of August eewards anc esides veins = y ah Bh tcntnd Girt ‘ream in the
of Sat re ond Sante than te Africa and to the Secretariat of and will remain until the 31st of imported, pears are being picked | ness. NOXZEMA is the Medicated Skin Cream i
rch. They carried banners ‘he United Nations. August. from local trees. Sellers say that | | Little Blue Jar...
ded; “Don't be Dupes; Boy- (2) We, 10,000 Barbadians as- —— — orange season has only just | |
ee South African Goods; Don’t Sembled in Bridgetown, Barba- ‘ ” . begun, anc many more can be; | e
Buyt Jim Crow Ware.” “Kill Ma- dos, this 2th day of August, 1951, “Glendale” Under Repairs expected for amet All Here's All You Do:-
lanism: End Race Hatred”, “One deplore the cowardly murder of Throughout the year hundreds

Jarbadian rdered: Fascists st Milto ing, a Barbadian seamé REPAIRS to “Glendale”, Paro- of water eoconuts were being
pene eo ie A ae Noites avi oe a eae pny Policexanan ‘hial Medical Officer's residence brought down aon the aun v
70; N {oom ice,” / y a sout € , os are expecte , stricts < selle g iffi-
the procession walked along the sometime between March 3 and 4, !" St. Thomas, are expected to be districts and sellers have no di

1. Morning: — Apply NOXZEMA all over your



finished in time for the return of culty in getting them sold,



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face. With a wet face cloth “Cream wash with Nox- i
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st 2 ) y iL roa S at 95 , é fe -} a é ‘ ' . r , . ¢ s y ear . : Tt ,
a, et by 4 y « f piaad Stree 195) ind we de mand that the the Parochial Medical officer who The fat pork and cashéw seaso: | zema” — just as you would with soap. Note how really
ey tee noe POPROe, ita sD Tmee representations be nyade is taking his leave while the re- begins late next month and ther« | a eaee ee : : ¢ i
eee. Sand i nue! tien by the tite Uliinn BY South Ane pairs go on, Repairs to the roof is a fair quantity of these tw clean your face looks and feels. After drying face,
crease ind when it entered the ment to the Union of Sou rica Wj > » chief renairs e s—prowing St. Andrew % h ‘ ee a

, on ; ’ > } will be the chief repairs to be fruits—growing in_ St, ndrey E dbs: nec on .

Steel Shed at Queen's Park ap- to continue to take steps to bring done. } where they are chiefly grown, smooth on a protective film of greaseless Noxzema.
proximately another thousand v his murderer to justice and to

added to the original numbe
Ss remained io hear the

atlon’ combien. ere th { "We resolve. that at le of this | itching, GUNMEN wit | Siariing 0

. Resolution be forwarded to His
jay.

obtain suitable compensation fox ————



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| That’s exactiy what: --- N O X Z E M A is to any
| one who suffers from skin blemishes, roughness, dry-
2. Evening.: — Again “Cream wash with medicated

Noxzema”. Wash away the day’s Accumulation of

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dirt and grime: i
Now massage dainty, greaseless Noxzema into i

your face. Pat a little extra over any blemishes to i
help heal them.
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Excellency the Governor of Bar|

The Chairman at the meeting bados with the request that he}
in the Steel Shed was Mr. K. N. terwards it the appropriate |
R. Husbands, Speaker of the authority in the United Kingdom





House of Assembly. Speeches From the time the procession | . Ge : : cies ala aa
vere made by Mt Grantley left the Union's Headquarters, | NN DUSSEAL priming is essential to the painting of all new walls: its
Adams, Mr. D, D, Garner, Mr. M. Milton King's widow and ner 1G { 0 e d i fh —_ wy sentl sures th: : paint dries right and stays right. Dusseal
fF. Cox and Mr, E. D.’ Barrow three children, two boys and a! EEN) application ensures that the paint dries d stays rig

moved a vote of thanks. They all girl, followed in a ear, During | fo






seals off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in new

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cooke of ine ill-treatment dished the Uatertad Wetbee Binane| 5 Buss Deo this for One Week, anid
poke of the i reatr Ms the hymn “Eternal Father Strong . as
out to the negroes in South Africa to Save’, the daughter cried and | t n ul e $ 4 Se, ee
by the Malan Government and of 4 °

surfaces, and at the same titace provides a uniform, non porous base
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; ing? ; : Since the discovery of Nixederm by an ‘a ‘ | ats to follow. It thus prevents peeling and discoloura-

Milton King's death faces of his widow and two sons. | Americas physician it ts no loner F hcessary ANG > ; for the paint coats t Sf] I g
} a for anvone to suffer from ugly, disgueti 8 cn, * i Rik akan at 2 .

Two resolutions were passed, Cc h iy H Id and disfiguring skin blemishes such as | ae | tion, permits speedy painting and
" . . . S |} Eczema, Pimples, Rash, Ringworm, Psori- a ~ . - \
PAG METS. B ner ai nares Ghaa sage orities de | ‘agis, Acne, Binckheads, Scab ahd ied is issures that the paint coat gives the i}

(1) We, thousanc ot We | Blotches. Don't let a bad skin make you BEFORE _- / is
Indians of African descent, loyal Sc eoners n ‘ Custo ly | feel inferfor and eauge you to lose your) a ; ka ee asKont “desut eimurn dervice. | a 99% i
e Lhe : Seraedilon om ur wn Correspondent) | jriengs a ayes Zour Fe ne Le to ¢ Lite yen kin tneS ety igh | sé Si)
sritis subjects, ass dL ary ep, : hee | way. &nd don't le od skin make people ou louk are ve, to help you v }
- va P ve Barbados on At ry PORT * oF are (UE. 33 think you are diseased, 7 friend Nixogerm be bignet mete ‘i

ros FBrh,. sear sine + Customs authoritie i healthier skint to th@usands, such as My (i

ust 25, 1951, place on record ou . age gs ca ie deg A New Discovery eet Res MMLOSeR fron, ferries VADE BY . it

oon i detestation of the racial “ornins vt ve CNCZUEIAN | Aiyoderm is an olntment, but differont burning @nd smarting Eczema for 4 ;
proround ade a re ; a4 ‘ chooners in custody. rhe two] trom any ointment you have, ever seen or 12 year tried everything ii}
01 ) » pouth é lean » Pp 10 Ts felt. Tt Is a new diseovery, and ts not greasy Nixoderm, It stopped uog th lo i a
polien of the u : chooners, the Providenecia V and) ft n ars , ao ve mm Z : ark 1.

Government which are not only the Espartano, with a total evew | Pt, the negation of democratic Gov of about 8 including the cap-| and fights the cause of surface skin blem- blotches and sealy skin dlsappe ii ) we
shiavenen ey tui5 re likely 0 the + : , | ishes. Nixoderm contains 9 gredients days. My friends were amazed at th }
erfrment but are likely to be t tain ere brought into the Port-| which fight skin troubles in these 3 Ways. provement in my appearance.” * “i 2 »
cause of a deplorable *conflic. of-Spain harbour on Thursday | 1, Tt fights snd kills the microbes or para- ist : G hee Mt t 1e itt e ue ar {\
between the white and coloured’ morning under Police supervision. | $88 often tesponsible for skin disorders Satisfaction Guarantee | a i
ere . % ae ° | 2. It stops itching, burning and smarting Nixoderm costs absolutely nothing unless | s‘

yaces of this world, hese two vessels it was un-| tn 7 to o minutes, and cools Bod soothes {t clears your skin to your complete sat |

derstood were picked up W hile | the skin, 3. It helps nature heal the skin, ¢action. Get Nixoderm from your chemist | if
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ment of the Union of South court, mirror will tell you that here at last is the | your Chemist today, The guarantee protects

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Pkgs. CHIVERS T.

Tins TABLE BUTTER (llb.) 92 BG JELLIES (2pkgs) 46 10

Tins COOKING BUTTER (5lb) 390 875 Pkgs. JACK STRAWS 61 ot

Tins KLIM P. MILK (llb.) 135 120 Pkgs. QUAKER OATS 54 16




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For. Births, Marriage er Engagement
wnouncements in. Carib Calling = the
*harge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m
—_$ $$ — $$$

IN MEMORIAM

BROWNE: undersigned beg to
retuyn thanks to all those who
attended the funeral sent wreaths
and cards, or in any other way ex-
pressed their sympathy with us
during our recent bereavement occ
sioned by the death of Dorcas Athel-
ine Browne

Goulbourne Brown,

Claudine Davis, Octavia Kirton, Willie

Browne, Steavinson Browne, Matilda

Springer, 26.8.51—In

eh
GREENIDGE: In memor; of our dear
one Iona Greenidge, died 26th August

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Ottis Brathwaite.





1
hood. Ring: R. S. Nicholls 3925 between



FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Su™days 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents @ word weck—4 cents a
word on Sundays;





AUTOMOTIVE
CAR—Morris 8 2-Seater. Apply: W
Rogers, Barber, over J. N. Goddards
26.8 S51—In
CAR 1960 Austin A-70 (Hampsdire)
done 8, 400 miles. Five tyres Dial 2440
25.8.51—2n



CAR: One Dodge Caf 1937 model in
good working condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos.
Agencies, Ltd. 25.8.51 t.f.n,

CAR: Drop-head convertible Ford V-8
n good condition. Hydraulically operated











1949. 10 a.m. and 4 p.m 23.8.51—t.f.n.

Safe from all earth's sorrow ee

Safe from all its pains, LORRY: One Dodge motor Lorry 1944

ew this child of Adam | Model with steel platform and in per-)

adise regains ae 7 > 7
Wile Gtesaties (Husband), Mr, and) sete Saison. Apply; 3, 3, 81 —3n |
Mts. Samuel Headiey (Parents), Milli--] 00 scuba

cent, O'’Reta, Leonard, Samuel, Lester, HILLMAN 1951, Six months old (first

Leotta, June, Esme and Waple. g.51-—1n| Leensea February 1951). Condition as

26.8.51-—I"] new, only 6,300 miles done. Shade light

juibOaaim joving memory of Mr | blue. Phone P. de Verteville 4317 during
; — mn " 5 = —!

Biith Sheppard who died on 26th] DuSsiness hours. Soo,



August 1959,
We miss you now our heart is sore
As time go by we miss you more,
Your loviiig smile jyour gentle face,
No one can fill your vacant place
Ever to be remembered by her loving
husband Alonzo Sheppard, Lonnie (son). |
26.8.51—1n. |
|
|

——$ $$$ —
FIRRREPOINTE: In loving

memory 06!

| my

1 12 bp. 1940 Vauxhall, engine in

Al condition painted and upholstered, 5

ew tyres.
1 1947 Ford Prefect in perfect condition.
1 Dump Pan for heavy duty truck (as
type going cheap. Phone 3453.

Marshall & Edwards.
25.8.51—2n | seaside,





William Golbourne Pierrepointe who | ELECTRICAL
departed this life on the 25th of
August 1947. | BATTERIES—All sizes “Reliance Car
Lost in sight of home where hub- und Truck Batteries just received.
by’s Guaranteed for 18 months. Phone us
Last farewell still lingers dear, for prices. Electric Sales Service Ltd
And that saddest kiss at parting Tweedside Road. Phone 4371,
Brings to mind the falling tear 19.8.51—4n







|

| . BUN
Hill,
ences





Minimum
96 cents

3

| September.
Manchester, Lands End

BEDROOM FLAT
(1) One-Bedroom Flat at “Abcrgeldie”,

FOR RENT

HOUSES

GALOW:
bedrooms,

“Confidence

u

Spacious yard,



Apply Mré. V





—_—
E—To an approved | cept suretyship for the satisfactory per-

L

26.8.51—n | being





charge week 72 cents and|
Sutdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;

——_—



Station
modtrn convent-
fruit trees
Gibbs, |
25.8.51—2n |

ist



| Dayrelis Road, from Ist September next
Apply to E. C. Field. Dial 4255

24.8 51—3n

CHANDOS, 2nd Ave. Belleville. Fully

furnished. Garage. Immediate possession
Phone 3926 or 3450

CLIFTON TERRAC
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.

Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs.

All

modern conveniences. Appiy on premises.





3.8.51—

built with spacious cupboards,
25.7. 51—tf.n.

FURNISHED FLAT at

St
Mrs

“Four A

tin,



on Blue Waters Terrace, newly

ces,"

Lawrence Gap, from September Ist,
L. Hassell, Phone 40g.
26.8.51—in



“SUNSET"’,—St.

Mrs

September only

James,
A. C. Worswick,
Furnished.

belongin,

for August and

Z to



YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
14.8.51—t.f.n. James Street.
“WINSLOW”, Cattlewash, for the}
months of October, November and

December. Apply to Mrs. W. T. Gooding,
Strong Hope. St. Thomas.



“SNUG CORNER”

19. 8.51—3n



Palm Beach,
Hastings, comfortable Bungalow on the



cool and airy with ail con
veniences. Apply: C E Clarke, 7
Swan Street. Phone 2631 or 3029
26. 8.51-—un
“VOLENCY”’ — Prospect. St. James,
comfortable Bungalow on the seaside
with all conveniences. Apply: C. E
Clarke, 7 Swan Street. Phone 2631 or

26.8,.51—3n



PUBLIC SALES



Ever to be remembered by—Evelyn | -—--

Pierrépointe (Wife), Muriel and Manica REFRIGERATOR: One New Model

(Children) 25.8,51—1n | Westinghouse Refrigerator, A-1 condi-
tion. Phone 8152 for appointment to
inspect 21,8.51—3n |

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

LISTS OF ELECTORS

AS and when the Lists of Elec-
tors are published in accordance
with section 11 of the Specia.
Registration of Voters (Genera





Assembly) Act, 1951, a few copies

of these electoral lists will b

available for sale at the follow-

ing prices:—

Whoie Island $30.00

St. Michael (excluding
Bridgetown)

Christ Church

Remaining constituen
cies..... 2.40 each

Individual) districts. . 36
Applications snould be made t

the Colonial Secretary’s Office

COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC

IATION LTD.
NOTICE

8.00
4.00



Applications are invited for th:
post of Assistant Secretary in the
Coconut Growers’ Association, Lta
Port of Spain, Trinidad. Candi-
dates should preferably be be
tween 28 to 40 years of age, anc
must have experience in office
administration, > A practica
knowledge of cost-accounting i:
essential. Some technical factor)
experience would be an advan-
tage though not essential.

Applications giving full particu-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cover to
the Secretary-Manager, Coconut
Growers’ Association, Ltd., P. O
Box 229, Port of Spain, Trinidad
on or before 31st August, 1951,

Particulars required:
(1) a. Date of birth.
b, Where born,

(2) Married or single.

(3) Where educated.

(4) Post or posts held during
st 10 years, and full de-
ils of duties performed.

(5) Certificates and/or degree
held.

(6) Certified copies of tw
recommendations from pres
ent (and previous, if any)
employers,

(7) Names and addresses
two referees for reference:
as to character, etc.

(8) Amount of annual salary
expected.

(9) A recent passport photo-

graph, :
Note: No interviews will be
granted except by appointmeni
after all applications have been

considered,
21,.8.51—4n.

TENDERS

MURPHY DIESEL ENGINE

Tenders are invited for the
purchase of one (1) New Mode!
ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 61)’
Murphy Diese] Engine mountec
on engine iength welded stee
oe length 1037/8, radiator
c d and equipped witl
enelosed Twin Disc power tak:
off clutch, two 12 volt startin
batteries with cables, radiator fa
and lubricating oil cooler fo
tropical operation. Rating 18
i. intermittent 150 H.P. con.
tinuous at i200 R.P.M. at Se
level and 60°F ambient; also
lot of spare parts.

Tenders should be submitted ii
sealed envelopes addressed to th
City Engineer marked: —

re DERS FOR MURPHY
DIESEL ENGINE”
and should reach the City Engin
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later tha
Saturday 15th eee: ; : 951

‘teatcpoeogninmamomes moana
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

BICYCLES with Balloon Tyres that
give that super comfort ride,

Just opened by —
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

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The. most attractive
Lamps wou could eve:
just been opened by

JOHNSON'S HARDWARE





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Reading
sce have

By tre
COLLEGE
CLUB
In honour of the Visiting British
Guiana and Windward Island
School Teams
At the
YM P.C CLUB
on
WEDNESDAY 79TH AUGUST
at 8.30 p.m
Music by Perey Green's Orchestra

HARRISON GAMES

ROOMS



26.8

PROCS CSS SY

ADMISSION 4

51—In

SOS

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OSES ESESESESESSSSSSSOSSO

M.E.M
Tudor Street. Dial 5061.

beoch, garden,
Entirely new in design and construction

attractive features
Musson, Son & Co.,







SWITCHES: Main Switches made by
10K—$1.50, 212K—$3.00, 412K—
$3.54, 203K—$5.19. Laurie Dash & Co.,
25.8.51—3n



FURNITURE

“PORTADECK"
in



CHAIR: Ideal for
camp, on ship etc
—overall weight 6% ibs. Many other
Contact: &. P.

Ltd. Dial 3713



LIVESTOCK

MARE: Thoroughbred mare First Flight



oy Flotsam out of Schiavina. Apply:
F. E. C. Bethell, Phone 4184
24.8.51—3n
MECHANICAL



ADDING MACHINES—*Just
« shipment of Addo Adding Machines,
atest model, apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.
“hone 4442." 22.8.51—7n



ADDING MACHINE—"One second
and Adding Machine, small keyboard,
nd two second hand Remington Type-
vriters 14", apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
*hone 4442," 22,8.51—Tn

MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES — Of
ilass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Vater-colours, Early books, Maps,
\utographs etc,, at Gorringes Antique
shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club.
3.9.50-—t.f.n

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
me hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd
‘ity Pharmacy. 11,8.51—T FN
COUNTER SCALES—Sturdy Counter
jeales weighing up to 2@ Ibs. A few
vly at $15.71 each. G. W. Hutchinson
& Co. Ltd., Broad Street.







desvription







26.8, 51—2n

COTTON PRINTS—More than 200 dif-
erent designs suitable for Housecoat,
ikirts, Dresses, Bedsheets, Men Shirts
ine for everything from 59 cents up
tirpalani, 52 Swan Street

26.8.51—1n

DRUMS—Five hundred empty drums
u $1.50 each. Apply K. R. Hunte &
So. Ltd, Dial 5027.



ctinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies



irushes, Dental Plate Brushes, oot =
on Brushes, Bath — Brush b
Meaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder
jrushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow!

3rushes, and many others,
H, P. CHEBSMAN & CO, LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors, Dial 3382,

25.8. 51—Tn

(3) GENTLEMEN'S SUITS; Suitable fo
Told Climate. Apply: Box c/o
\dvocate Advertising Department

26.8.51—1n





LAMP BURNERS—No, 2 Lamp Burners
\ quality that will last longer at 33
rents each, . W. Hutchinson & Co
itd.. Broad and Roebuck Streets.

26.8.51—2n

ORMOPHYSE ids (F) Medical}
wescribed the WO! over for Females,
in cases of premature ageing, menopause
disorders, change of life, also for tired
undown and emaciated condition and
vhere glandular asthenia with physical
ond intellectual deficiency exists.
fABLOIDS (H) prescribed for Males, in
vses of premature ageing, loss of
JANHOOD — and tired overworked
nentalty depressed condition, It re-
uvenates the gland, Try a tin, results
maranteed. (Laboratories) CHARLES
tOUX — France) Obtainable at leading
ORUGGISTS 5.8.51—3n



PAIN fades right out when you take
\SPRO. Actions speak louder than
ords—ASPRO action is safe and effee-
ive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-



che—Pains in the limbs and joints—
*everishness. Remember there is only one
\SPRO. 19.8.51—1lo
PLANES: Just received a shipment

if Wood-Working Planes for all purposes
aurie Dash & Co,, Tudor Street, Phone
O61, 24.8.51—3n

REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW — A comparatively new
modern bungalow situated at the Garri-
son and away from the main road, 4
bedrooms with running water in each.

Gas installed,

Phone 2861 or Home 4025,
BUNGALOW: Newly

For further particulars
contact W. Wells at T, Geddes Grant Ltd.
1.7.51—T.F.N.

built Bungalow

#t Brighton Road, Black Rock, 200 yards
containing 3 bedrooms,
drawing and dining
ted bath, kitchen and servants room,
gurage, self-contained of modern design
24.8.51—7n | Dial 4321 or 3231,

FOR SALE

To an approved purchaser 2 Building
Sites, size 13,338 & 14,420 feet, situated
to the north east of Brittons Hill reser-
voir. Price 16 cents per foot. Electric

from

service,

also
Boyce.

out offices,

beach,

wv

good road.

rooms,

Drawing
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and |
A good home or Investment |
2 Small Chattel Cottages, situated be- |

26.8.5

roo

verandah,

I—3n

water main on boundary,
Apply Yearwood & |
29.7.51—t-f.n |

One chattel House in Barbarees Road, |
received ‘with open Gallery, |

m, 3

tween Browne's Gap and Rockle; Crass

Road,

both

containing

Front

Roo:

2

m,

Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices. A good investment,
Apply to W. H. Bryan, Roebuck Street.



1 Property
shop standing on 1997 sqr: ft of land.
1 House. In Bush Hall, 20 x 12 x 9.

1 House.

in Tweedside



25.8.5
Road,

16 x 9 x 8 Shed 16 x 8 (new).
1 Spot of Land, 2,224 sqr; ft. at Advent

Road,
Apply

Bank
to Ebo:

Hall
ny

Price
Realty

Reasor
& Comm

Agency Marhill Street, Dial 5001.
25.8.51—2n

1—3n



with

On Thomas Land, Clapham, |

rable.
ission

Se _
PROPERTY: Upstairs house with shop

situated at Eagle Hall Corner.
A. DaCosta Thompson,

Hugh
Ville”

It
aining

St

rooms,

arrangements,

Price

very

Apply to
“Water
Matthias Gap, Hastings

25.8.51—2n

oeemearertnreneperenagenesintoaiensiteneretneteemamaees
BUNGALOW--At Worthings with ap-
proximately 4,000 square feet of land.

has open verandah, drawing
3 bedrooms,

and

sanitary

kitehenette and garage.

attractive,

Also a few of

land at Maxwell Road. Apply D’arey A.
Scott, Magazine Lane,
TS es
COUNTRY HOUSE
Another Country house in one of the



24.8.51—2n

18.8.51—6n | best districts with 20 acres of land at
FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all | present under cultivation,

Ideal position
Act quickly by applying to D'arcy A
'ristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | Scott, Magazine Lane, Dial big éis



The undersigned will set up for sale at
their Office, No: 17, High Street, Bridge-

town,

on Wednesday,

August, 1951,
200

163
300



on Monday

Shares

Shares
Shares

at 2 o’clock:—

the 29th day of
Barbados Shipping &

Trading Co, Limited.

Factory

Barbados Foundry Ltd.
Barbados Co-operative
Cotton

Ltd.

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
22.8.51-—6n



CARRINGTON &

18.8.51

AUCTION

items of interest



BY instructions received from the Com-
missioner of Police & will sell by Auction
the 27th at 2 p.m. Several
items which includes (1) Small Boat, Feit |
Hats, several spoons and forks, and other
Terms strictly Cash



That very desirable business premises
known as No. 22 Swan Street occupying
a corner site and standing on 2520 square |
feet of land.

Inspection on application to the tenant
Mr. F. S. Nicholls.

This property will be set up to Public
competilton on Friday 3lst August 1951
‘atc 2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned.

SEALY

—12n



D'ARCY A. SCOTT.

;25.8.51--2n Govt, Auctioneer, Dist

“Ay |

& will offer for sale by Public Com- |

petition at my office VICTORIA STREET

3q
called

month

land

with

on ey Sst August at 2 p.m, 4047

the dwelling house
“KARLVILLE"

containing closed gallery,
dining room, bedroom downstairs, 2 bed-
rooms upstairs, W.C.
light and water,

Spooners
drawing

Hull.
and

and bath, electric
rents for $20.00 per |

. For conditions of sale apply to

R. ARCHER

Swing | 26-8.51—4n.

scl tice slbstiesacess nit cate caianatin aieneeaatiaeetonsette
RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing,
...and we will order for you if we
aaven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.
utd. 6.7, 51—t.f.n
SARDINES: Jus

Genuine







Just opened,

6 cents per tin, Cannot be repeated
1 this price and they do not repeat
Arphy: Evelyn, Roach & Co., Ltd., Pro-





ision Store, Rickett Street, or Phon
672 or 4623 24.8.51—3)
TOOLS — Electrical and Mechanics
yxiers and Screw Drivers, Claw anc

‘ack Hammers, Saw Sets, Gauges anv | Chairs

other useful Tools. Prices
attractive. G, W. Huteh-
Ltd,, Broad Street,

26.8. 51—2n

(NNOUNCEMENTS

NOTICE
We should like to inform the general
niblic that we will be closed for out
Annual Vacation from 27th August to

5th September 1951, Lnperial Optical Co
24.8.51—2n

everal
atreme}y
yson & Co.





-NTURE HOSPITAL

THE NEW
Plates skilfully

Broken
aired
yours

vine Lan

D
Dental
Specials delivered within three

re-

Lab, Maga
12,8.51—4r

Square Deal Dental
2









BARN DANCE

in aid of S. Mary’s Church
at
HOLBORN, FONTABELLE
on
SATURDAY, 15th Sept.
beginning 9 p.m.
DANCE ORCHESTRA
STEEL BAND

{ Tickets $1.00
— SSeS

\

&



a

gon,

Chairs, Ornament Tables and Plant |
Stands; Bookshelf all in Mahogany
Dinner and Tea Services, Glass Ware
' Koll Top Desk, Wicker Chairs, Rust

and cers: Handpainted |
Sereen; Fibre Mats (new), Single Bed- |
steads, Vono Spring, Dressing Tables.
Press, Bedside Table &c., all in
Mahogany; Dunlopillo and Hair Mat-
tresses, ood Painted Bedstead and
{ Spring, G.E.C. Refrigerator in good

McKENZIE,



UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

ON THURSDAY 30th by order of Dr.
‘ortuguese Sardines in pure olive oj!.| 5. S. Massiah we will seil his Furniture

Ingrid”,

Nav

Â¥

includes
Pound Tip Top Table, Sideboard, Wag-

Upright Chairs,

Gardens



Elcctrie Stove and 2-Burner Hot

which

Rockets and Arn

working order; Electric Iron and Kettle,

Plate;

2Surner Florence Stove and Oven
practically new; Waterless and Pressure
Cookers, Kitchen Utensils, Ironing

| Board, Step Ladder,
Rath Scales, Books, a very good Staple |

| Rest,

Couch with Spiral Springs

Hair Mattress and other
Sale 11.30 o'clock

items.

Terms cash

Auctioneers

26.851

Kitchen Tables

and

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | UPPER

2n.

~ BUSINESS PREMISES & RESIDENCE

in Tudor St., by Mason Hall St.;
about 55ft., Depth about 8Sft;

Width

Well

Known Business Stand and very Suitable

for any kind of business. Vacant. You
can Buy this Property with £560, to
£1,000 and by way of Mortgage; a
Stone Built Two-Storey (Recently Re-
paired and Painted) with a Large Shop,
White Cement Counter, New Shelves,
| Show Window and Glass Case; 3 Rooms
(One Large) and Kitchen with Sink
Downstairs: Large Drawing Room, Din-
jing Room and 2 Bedrooms Upstairs
| Toilet and Shower Bath, Electricity;
also a Large Bond, Workshop or Garage
jto hold several Lorries or Cars with a
Wide and Made up Entrance; Galvanize
Roofs Throughout No Tomfoolery Cc
Me for Nearly any Kind of Property and
|} Almost in any District Get Busy and
' Dial 3111. D, F, de Abreu, ‘Olive
Bough,” Hastings, 26,8,51—1n,

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

PURLIC NOTICES

Ten centa per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.

PARISH OF SAINT MICHAEL
NOTICE

TENDERS (in sealed envelopes marked
“Tender for St. Matthews’ Chapel Roof”
will be received by the undersigned up
to 12 o'clock noon on Friday, August 31st
1951 for repairs to the St. Matthews
Chapel Roof in ‘accordance with a speci
feation which can be seen on application
to this Office.

The Churehwarden does not bind him-
seif to accept the lowest or any tender
| and the person or Firm whose tender
| may be accepted will be required «
| submit letters from two persons (not
members of the St. Michael!

Stating their willingness to ac-





Vestry)

formance of the work.
FRED J. ASHBY,
Churehwarden's Clerk.
Churchwarden's Office,
|- Parochial Buildings,
} Bridgetown.
| 18.8. 51—5n

NOTICE

' PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
App.ication for one boy vacant Vestry
| Scholarship at the Alleyne School will
be received by the undersigned up to
Wedhesday, September 5th 1951

Applicants must be the sons of solici-
tors in straitened circumstances
between the ages of 10 and 11 as shown
by a birth certificate, this accompany
each application,

All applicants must present themselves
to the Headmaster of the Alleyne School
on Friday September 7th 1961 at 9.30 a.m.
vor examination











Cc. A. SKINNER,
Vestry Clerk,
%.8.51—3n St. Andrew.
NOTICE
PARISH OF St. JAMES



| Applications for the post of urse at
St. James Almshouse will be received
by the undersigned up to Saturday the
Sth September 1951.

Applicants must be fully qualified as
au nurse and midwife. The Salary $56.00
per month

The successful candidate to assume
duties on the 25th September.

P. H. TARILTON,
Clerk to the Board or Poor
Law Guardians St, James.
%3.8.51—5n



a





NULICE

Wanted by the Vestr
joan of £1,500 under
Parish Loan Act, 1951.

Principal repayable by £150 per annum
interest at not more than four cents
per annum.

Applications for the aboye
be received by the
August 3ist 1951

of St. Peter a
he Saint Peter's

loan will
undersigned up to

G. 8. CORB,
Parochial Treasurer

NOTICE
PARISH OF St. PETER
The Parochial Office will be closed on
August 26th 1951.

£2.8.51—4n

——_—_—_———————————

G. 8. CORBIN,
Parochial Treasurer
13.8,.51—4n

EDUCATIONAL

| ALEXANDKA SCHOOL

Speightstown, Barbados, B.W.1.
The Governors of Alexandra School
invite APPLICATIONS for the post of
HEADMISTRESS. The new Headmis-
| tress will be required to take up the
appointment on Ist January, 1952.
Alexandra School is a day Secondary
School with 150 girls on the roll and is
aided by Government funds, ‘here is
a preparatory Department and a Main
Echool in which the General Certificate
of Education will be taken from 1951,
There is a Girl Guide Company attached
to. the school,

The Headmistress, who should possess
a Degree of a British University and a
Teacher's Diploma or Certificate, will be







required to devote her whole time to
the school and promote out-of-class
activities The salary offered is £600
per annum, 5 per cent of which is

deducted as rent for
nished residence in the school grounds
which is provided for the use of the
Headmistress, The Headmistress is not
a Civil Servant, but service is pensionable
under the Teachers’ Pension Act. No
contributions are payable, but the mini-
mum qualifying period is ten years, Ser-
vice at Alexandra School is counted as
ualifying under the English Teachers’
uperannuation Act.

Passage expenses to Barbados, not ex-
ceeding £200, will be paid against
appropriate vouchers. A_ term's long
leave is granted every five years on
request, but up to the present no pas-
sage money is available for leave.

Applicants should forward a statement
giving the following particulars :—

the partially fur





1 Date and place of birth.
2 Schools and University attended.
3. Degree, giving subjects and class |
obtained. ;
4. Po: uate study, ineluding
Teacher's Diploma or Certificate
dif any).
5. Teaching experience with dates
and positions held. |
6G War Service (if any),
7 EereePsyes in out-of-class activi-
ies.
8 Games record
9 Administrative experience (if any)
10. Medical Certificate of fitness.
11. Copies of three recent testimonials
12. The names and addresses of two |
,

referees f
The statement together with Certificate |;
of Birth should be attached to a covering
| letter of application |
Candidates living in the United King- |
dom should send their applications to
the Secretary, The West India Commit. ;
tee, 40,Norfolk Street, London, W C 2 to!
reach him by the 30th September, 1951. |
Candidates living in the Carribean area |
should send their application to the
| Honorary Secretary, Alexandra School, |
|G PO. Box 243, Bridgetown, Barbados, ;
B.WI1, by 3lst October, 1951 |

THE MIDDLE SCHOOL
(REGISTERED)
Owing to rain our Entrance Examination '
bas had to be postponed, and will now
| take place on 2rd September, 1951 |



The Entrance Fee is $1.00
Parents and guardians may interview
|me at the school, Queen's St, Speights-
town

M. L. BROME,
Headmaster.

26.8.51—1n

CODRINGTON





HIGH SCHOOL

Required for September term.

MATRON, Nursing qualifications de

sirable, Salary $80.00 a month with
board residence. Increased if applicant
is fully trained nurse or has excep-

tionally good experience.

Apply with details of q
experience to Mrs
St. John. Tel



ulification and
Greaves, Belmont,
95—249.

198.51
————— —
| CONTACT D. F. De ABREU DIAL 4111
A Trained Auctioneer, Real Es
| Proker & Valuer. The only Man
Offer Good and Attractive Buys with
Assured Re-Sale Values. No Duds on
My List. At Cattlewash. Bathsneba;: A
* Bedroom Bungalow Type, A-1 Con-
dition, Furnished, all Modern Conveni-
ences, about 3 Acres— (about 144 Acres
Seaside), Fine Location, Under £1,900;
| Can Buy It. AT LOWER BAY A
| Seaside 2 Bedroom Stone Built Bungatow
| Type. Conveniences, Ideal for Business
| if Converted, Under £1,000, Can Buy
|} It. AT MASON HALL ST.; A 3 Bed-
room Bungalow Type, Conveniences,
| ae 8,000 sq. ft.. Any Reasonable Offer
Can Buy It, ABOVE GOVERNMENT
HILL; A New 3 Bedroom Concrete Bun-
galow, all Modern Conveniences, Under
| £1,200, Can Buy It. AT BRIGHTON
RD., Very Near Sea; A 2 Bedroom (pos-
3 or 4) Bungalow Type, Not Old.







to







| sible

| Greater Part Stone Built, about 12,006
| sq. ft., Under £2,300., Can Buy It AT
STATION HILL; A 3 Bedroom

Stone Built Bungalow Type, Lawn, about
| 16,000 sq. ft. Under £2,400,, Can Duy
{It, AT THE GARRISON; A Seclusive
| 3 Bedroom Stone Built Bungalow, Not

Old At Hastings Main Rd., C for Your~
se ves—Beat It if U Can! A 3 Bedroom
{possible 4) Partly Stone Built Type
|} (A—1 Condition) and A 2 Bedroom
Almost New Stone Built Bungalow;
| Both Goipg for Only £3,500. AT NAVY

| GARDENS; To C This is to Buy It for
} Only Under £3,100. ! Almost New 2
| Bedrooms (rossible 3 or 4) Stone Built}
| Bungalow, Seclusive, View, Orchard and











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}

|



|
|
|
}

Flower Garden, about 11,000 sq. ft.
Fully Enclosed with Stone, AT BELLE-
| VILLE; 2 and 3 Bedroom Partly Stone
| Built one—Storey Residences, Can Be
Bought around £2,000 each Properties
}at Rockley Main Rd Bhe Waters |
Hastings—Seaside, By Navy Gardens, St
Lawrence Gap—Seaside, Maxwell. Coast }
nd about 7 Miles ut Ch. Ch ! }
Elsewhere. Building Sites—Seaside |
Elsewhere Call at ‘Olive Bough '

Hastings 26.8,51—In
4

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

(Registered and approved by the Department of Educationy


































SUNDAY,

WANTED




























































































































ortad eae ae a ates have gained admission for school year 1952 com- HELP
They are to present themselves at the school on that date at 10 a.m. m "Te
Fees of $12.00 f 7 a } Ss 5 . COOK— Experienced Cook, female,
re payable wn tne toe a or aes sae $15.00 for Upper School pupils “Giger woman preferred, For small family
{in smali country house. Must behave
Py . ‘ oor with dignity and produce thoroughly
‘ see eo. 144. Pinder, Algernon ‘Ivestus satisfactory referencés as to cleanliness
3. Aliman, Smnerson Nicholas 145. Prescod, Grafton Gardiner honesty and ability. Write Box B Advo-
4. Archer, Esther ¥vonne _ ia ee bo daths cate. 23.4.51—4n
. ' 23 a7. ce, Barbara n —
. ae ae ere, : 148. Reece, Ruth Euralene OVERSEER: Senior Overseer—Welder.
$e nae y i ques - 149. Reid, Eglantine Euralene Knowledge of lathe work helpful.
3 ae Vilma 1 Sas eaves 150. Riley, Jasmin Ianthe Apply: Manager, Lower Estate Factory.
3 Bath, mates d Wea 151. Roach, Elon Whitfield 21.8.51—6n
ae 182. Rochester. Diana Crnthia open tina apeminent eepneliaihs aestentadiiaie
a teae. eee * 453. Sealy, Velma Verena TYPIST: Wanted for office or well
12 Barrow, Monica Otilla | lot. Suepnerd, ¥vonne Glendora established Manufacturers’ Agents, Typist
3. Baird Catharine | 155. Sinckler, Lisie Alfred with some experience. Apply Box No.
16. Bellamy, Didina Bereta 156. Skeete, Dorothy Anita ABC, Advocate, 25.8. 51—2n
37> Bellar ¥. Hilbert Coleridge 157, Small, Marjorie Ernestine
18 Wesigrave, Erskine irvine 158. Smith, Felton St. Clair MISCELLANEOUS
19. Belgrave. Ken Michael ia. Such, Joan Aezine
20. lgrave, ~ &§ . yrlane Y e
Bi: Borers: Mal aavcvate | Meh: Smt, Reval con © | ene cong, oa Ree,
22. Bennett, Audrey 162. Sobers, Valda Anita - mt, * +8.
23. . Veror 163. Speede, Grace Johanna =
se. Benesiakatats Wea ios. Stuart Barbara Eater pi ROR: 0 BAT eee
25. Bishop, Frank Ethelbert 165. Stuart, Glenda Denise Mata nc ARR
26. Blades, Denis Oscar 166, Stuart, Marjorie Enid one 8152, 21. on
27. Blackman, Leslie a Sey peeves sesopnlins WANTED TO BUY
2 lunt, Ed Stuart, Shirley Anita e
F paints Ses tenia 169. Symmonds, Tyrone Ricardo House wie and or Building oe
30. Bradshaw, Earl Da Costa im Taylor, Pauline Eudora ont L. aise ro od Cheat 2 ross
31. Brath te, Bu ‘ jompson, Marlene Eugene : .
32. Brathwaite, Muriel on a Be ade Caraidebne Aneitha with particulars. 20. —tn
33. & ter, C 173 orpe, Hallam Berkeley
vo Srowtter poet Donald 14. ‘Trotnan, Geka iathioen STAMPS—Wanted to buy, accumula-
35. Irewnter, Yona Bemine 175. Trotman, Margaret tions used postage stamps of West Indian
36. Briggs, Errol Carlisle 176. Tull, Walter Herbert counties, Worlds Misntes Die Bel,
37. Browne, Rawle Henderson 177. Waldron Marlene Alinda cash so merchandise, Write uheteetors
38. Bruce, Sheila Eldorna 178, Walton, Velma Esther aon ewogd eee om 26.8.51—1n.
39. Burnham, Malcolm Hugn 179. Walker, Colleen Brenda agCOMA, WSs shal
40. Burrowes, Dorothy Anita 180, Warner, Catharine Marcelline
41. Bynoe, Lilith Patricia 181 Wagon, Lahey Anthony
o 4 Sy hyid 182 aterman, Carmen Viola
S. Gmina eet Ie. Watson, Victor Harold LOST & FOUND
44. Cuatwell, Geraldine Adrianna 184. Weekes, LeRoy Strathmore
43. Chandler, Rawle Colin 185. Wickham, Georgina Perpetua
46 Clarke Carl Bradiey 186. Worrell, Coral Yvonne s!
47. Clarke. Everette Bruce 187. Worrell, Monica Haldene Lost
48. Clarke, Felicia Keturah 188, Worrell, Wynell Wrightson
49. Clarke, Deanna Denise | 189. Yearwood, Rhina BANGLES: Two (2) Twisted Silver
50. Clarke. Glenda Elimeta 190. Young, Loretta Euphemie Rangles near Baggage Warehouse. Good
$1. Clarke Jean lanthe L. A. LYNCH, reward offered. Dial 8155. a
52. Clarke, Trevor Cameron Principal. 24.8.51—
53. Clarke, Vance Orletta
54. Clarke, Kay Yvonne
55. Codrington, Grace Hansen
56. Collins, Joan Blondel! é
57. Collins, Margaret Yvonne
58. Corbin, Anthony Edsworth
69. Coward, Joseph Nathaniel
60. Cox, Halcott Seymour
61. Cummins, George Ellesworth ROYAL NETHERLANDS
62. Cummins, Winston
63. Cumberbatch, James Anthony STEAMSHIP co.
64. Craig, Christopher Evan SAWING FROM AMSTERDAM
65. Crawford, Coral M.S. on August 1951.
66. Cyrus Ena M.S. HELENA—7th September 1951.
67. Daniel, Lolet Yvonne M.S. BONAIRE—7th September 1951. Cie., Gle., Transatlantique
68. Douglin, Magnolia Oneta SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND se
69. Downes, Lorna Sylphide AMSTERDAM aes
70 “Edghill, Denis McArthur MS WILLEMSTAD—1lth September
71 Edwards, Colleen Lorraine 1951. SAILING TO
72. Estwick, Alston DaCosta SAXLING TO PARAMARIBO
73. Fitt, Phyllis Velma ‘i wrote. ENGLAND & FRANCE
74. Forde, Gloria St. Orme i 8. STE R-—-13th September 1951.
75. Forde, Vivian Annetta SAILING TO TRINIDAD, “COLOMBIE” September 2,
7. Forte, Burleigh PARAMARIBO AND B.G. 1951, via Martinique, Guada-
77. Francis, Clarence Alphonzo S$ 8. COTTICA—27th August 1951. loupe
¥ Francis, Graham Gordon M.8. BONAIRE—24th September 1951. 7 4
. Frederick, Elkins Lorenzo SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND
80. Frederick, Oliver De Lisle CURACAO a3
81. Gaskin, Cecily Carmeta M.S HERA—27th August 1951.
82. Gibbs, Gene Eudora M.S. HELENA—23rd September 1951. SOUTH BOUND.
£3. Gittens, Sylvan Olwin 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., ie
84. Goodman, Joyce Elrita gents. “
85. Graham, Ian Fauntleroy comercial oer August,
86. Grandison. Norma Elrita SSS} | Fase
81. Greaves, Norma Carmen { Cailing at Trinidad, La
88. Greenidge, Sybil Mardelie THE MV. “CARIBBEE” | Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena
89. Griffith, Clarence Bertram and Jamaica
$0. Griffith, Victor McDonald (1) THE M.y. CARIBBEE ~ sia
91. Grimes, Claudius Wilfred Will accept Cargo ane EyHeoees ose
92. Hall, Marian Anita for Dominica, Antigua, ont- assengers,
93. Harding, George Pallu serrat, Nevis, St. Kitts. Sailing | Anggaten Te Mail .
91. Harding, wa Verona Friday 24th argo
95, Harewood, Rina Candace ( c
96, Harris, Winston Albert THE M.V. “DAERWOOD" } 3
, Arthur Olister \
an Binge tray Yearwood Will accept Cargo and Passengers ( Ltd
99. Hinds, Loleta Cortez for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, Rk. M. J 0., le
100, Holder, Colvin Evelyn Passengers only for St. Vincent.
101. Holder, Emanese Evadne Sailing date to be notified. | AGENTS
102, Hollingsworth, Merle 1 j a
103. Homer, Edmund Cla/ton | BW} aCe OOn TT OWNERS |
104. Howell, Wilma Wyneta 1 ASSO. Ine.,
105. Hoyte, Rosita atricia 5
106. Hutson, Alwen Addington | Consignees, Tel. No. 4047. 1 2 ‘i ISE”
10: Sen eee een een! Be Wise... “ ADVERTISE
106, Inniss, Keith j
109. Inniss, Arthur |
110. Inniss, Sylvia Ani. ‘ < + . é
111, Jackson, Jean lanthe ‘Can a N t l St hi
112, Johnson, Eustace Arlington | §
Ua, Jones, Malcolm McCollin adian Nationa eamsnhip
114. King, Pauline |
115. Lashley, Oscar Rudolph t
116. Leach, Beatrice Kiza i SOUTHBOUND
117. Leslie, Margaret Jeanctte { Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
118. Linton, Chesterfield Randolph { Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
119. Manifold, Vincent LeRoy } LADY NELSON . 20 Aug. 23 Aug. 25 Aug. 3 Sept 4 Sept
120, Morrison, Antony De Vere | CAN. CRUISER 29 Aug. 1 Sept - 10 Sept. 11 Gent
121. Marshall, Don Lamonte CAN, CHALLENGER 8 Sept. 11 Sept _- 20 Sept. 21 Sept
122. Marshall, Winston Carlisle LADY RODNEY 19 Sept. 22 Sept 24 Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct
123. Massiah, Muriel Leotta CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept 1 Oct — 10 Oct 11 Oct,
124. Mayers, Alwyn LADY NELSON i 10 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct.
123. Maynard, Brenda Eudene
126. Maynard, Eugene peauothe a be econ Es
i. ae, Srvee LeRoy we Arriv Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
129, Millar, Roleric LeRoy Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
130. Millar, Valma LADY RODNEY . 7 Aug 27 Aug. 6 Sept 8 Sept $4 et
131. Millington, Eliza Elaine LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 3 Oct.
132, Moore, Marjorie Cleone LADY RODNEY . 16 Oct 18 Oct et.
133. Morgan, Sylma
134. Murray, Noel St. sateen
135. Murrell, Jean Marcelle
126. McCollin, Dorothy Yvonne GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD.—Agents.
137. Nicholls, Louis
138. Niles, Dolores Anita PAE NAINA E18 SL ERR en ere Ps AC We tle
1 NS Hee IRON RES, OOK
140. Padmore, Juanita i OPRAOTIO 3
141, Parris, Cynthia Patricia CHIR m
a I
143. Pierres Bane Phage MAP LE MANOR metnd corrects diseases of ayes,





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FURNITURE
AUCTION

Wednesday, 29th August
at 11.30 a.m.

WE have been instructed by
Dr. H. M. S. G, Beadnell to sell
hy Auction the Furniture and

Household Effects at “Fernihurst”,
Deacon's Rd., St. Michael.

morning of Sale from
9 a.m.

Viewing

Dining Table (seats 8) Set 8 Din-
ing Chairs, Sideboard, utlery
Chest on Stand, Pr Corner Book-
cases iglass fronted), Bookcase
(double glass doors), Large Coffee
Table, Set 4 Chairs, Round Table,
Small Desk (with glass top,) Large
Office Desk, Oval Tip-Top Tabie

(Brass Feet), Occasional Tables,
Armchair with cushior seat,
Mahogany and Wicker 3 Piece

Suite with Spring Seats and Loose
Cushions, Pr Single Beds and
Springs, Bed: Tables, Pr open
fronted Booke.ses, Dressing Table
with Mirror, Telephone Stool. (Ail






the above in Mahogany.) Carron
Wood and Coal Stove Frigidaire
(American), Pr Single Painted

Beds and Springs, Cream Painted
Wardrobe with long mirror, Cream
Dressing Table with Stool, Polished
Cedar Shoe Rack, Card Table,
Wicker Arm Chairs, Painted Bed-
side Tabie, Large Kitchen Table,
Open fronted Hanging Press, Large
Painted Bookcase, Green Painted
Table, Painted Morris Chair, Bed-
side Tables, Painted Press (6
shelves,) Cedar Lined Chest of
Drawers, 4 Spring filled Mattress-
es. Folding and Deck Chairs,
Kitchen Chairs, Gallery Furniture,
Kitchen Cabinets, Lardtrs and
Large Food Store, Mahogany
Trays, Ironing Board, Work bench,

Baby's Cot with Hair Mattress
Child's Tricycle (as new) Child's
sk, Child's Painted Dressing
able, Baby's Weighing Machines,
Medicine Cabinet, Mirrors, Elec
Fan, Blec. Irons, Portable Gramo-
phone, Biec. Kettle, Elec Hot

Plate, 2 - Burner Oil Stove, Sew-
ing Cabinet, Butler's Tray and
Stand, Tennis Net, Lawn Mower.
Mise Glass, China, Kitchen
Utensils, Mosquito Nets, (2 double,
2 single,) Small Ecko Radio, Also
a varied assortment of misc.
items





OF

AUCTIONEERS

John »4. Braden

& CoO.

A.F.S., F.V.A.
Phone 4640
Plantations Building

CASH HAMMER.


























ears. nose, throat, lungs, stomach
and kidneys; also headaches, knee
and foot troubles. Drs, Ferreira,
“Chiroville’, Upper Bay Street,
(neay Esplanade), Dial 2881. Bree
consultation,

GUFST HOUSE
OPPOSITE HASTINGS RCCKS
Tel, 3021,

L BOURNE,

FOR SALE

A beautiful country — house
Standing on 1% acres good land, |
3% miles from town with Govern- |

|

FLASH!

The first step to a good
building is good planning.
| When thinking of remodell-
| ing or building a flat consult
| your modern designer and
| Builder and save $ $ $
\

J. ARRINDALE WATKINS,
Office, Lucas Street-

ment water, lights and telephone
short distance from '4 hourly bus
service.
Ceci. JEMMOTT
Phone 4563
Upstairs Knight's 33, Broad Street.

26.8.51—1n

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer of Magazine Lane offers
for sale the following Properties:—

WORTHING

At Worthing on the sea. (5) Five Properties.

ROCKLEY

At Rockley on the sea, (1) One stone house with six bed-
rooms, standing on 14,293 square feet of land. Ideally suited

as guest house.
FONTABELLE

At Fontabelle on the land side (3) three houses all in good
condition. Owner interested in offering them as a 6% invest-
ment.

Another almost new bungalow at Fontabelle with spacious
yard. House has Gallery, drawing and dining rooms, (3) bed-
rooms, toilet and bath, modern kitchenette and garage.

WELLINGTON STREET

small property with (3) bedrooms, drawing and
rooms, water toilet and bath, kitchen. At present
Price £700.

KING STREET

One small property with open Verandah, drawi and
dining rooms, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, shower bath. Price £700-

CODRINGTON HILL

One stone house with open verandah, drawing and dining
rooms, 2 bedrooms, toilet, bath and kitchen, standing on %
of an acre of land.

HOTHERSAL TURNING

One substantially built stone house called “The Haven”
with verandah, drawing and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, water

One
dining
vacant.

toilet and bath, standing on %4 of an acre of land. Price
attractive.
For all particulars, apply to



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AUGUST 26, 1951





REAL ESTATE
JOHN

M4.
BLADON

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A.F.S., F.V.A.

. FOR SALE

“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
James.—Large 2-storey stone
house of sound construction

located on over * an acre of good
Coast land with 160 f of sea
frontage. First class sandy beach
and calm safe bathing. The house
has 2 Isrge living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation en ground
floor. Im our opinion this proper-
ty would be eminently suitable for
conversion into a Guest House.
Low figure required.

BUNGALOW. St. James Coast.—
A charmingly situated seaside
home, well elevated above sea
Jevel with over ‘2 an acre well
laid out private gardens containing
Jawns at front and rear, many
varieties flowering shrubs and
trees. Private bathing cove with
good safe bathing. ere is an
L-shaped roofed verandah lounge,
dining room, 4 bedrooms, garage
and servant's quarters. Good in-
vestment tm this fashionable area
where this type of property always
retains a good capital ar’ rental
value.



“COOLMORE", Pine Hill.—
Modern Bungalow constructed in
1939 with 18” stone walls and
heavy asbestos roof. There is a
large L-Shaped living room, 2
double bedrooms with built-in
wardrobes, kitchen, pantry, ser-
vant’s kitchen, bathroom with tub
and shower, solar heating instal-
lation, garage and 2. servant's
rooms, The grounds of about % an
acre are heavily wooded with
Mahogany and Flamboyant trees
and the lawns and stone flaggea
terrace are in a secluded wall
garden, attractive location close
to town.

BUNGALOW, Yine Hill— Very
wel. constructed modern home
cleverly designed for easy run-
ning with minimum labour. Con-
tains wide verandahs, good living
room, 3 bedrooms with ‘built-in’
closets, tiled bathroom and sep-
arate toilet, tiled kitchen, laundry,
servant's quarters and large
garage with direct access to house.
Constructed of stone with poilish-
ed pine flooring throughout. Cool
and increasingly popular residen-
tial district.

“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd
—A spacious 2-storey stone house
built to last with the type of
material rarely seen to-day. Ac-
commodation comprises enclosed
galleries, 2 reception, dining room,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, _ pantry,
storerooms, garage etc. Well re-
commended at the greatly reduced
price now required.

BUILDING LAND. Rockley—We
are instructed to offer a most
attractive building site in a
secluded pysition bounded by
Golf Links and having direct
access thereto.



MODERN BUNGALOW. Christ
Church—A unique modern home
designed by American architect
to take full advantage of a choice
elevated site with magnificent
views over the Caribbean. There

are 3 bedrooms, 2 _ bathrooms,
livingroom, study, kitchen, laun-
Gry and garage. Personal appli-

cation only.

“WINDY WiLLOWS"—Prospect,
St James, Unfurnished house on
coast, with 3 bedrooms, lounge,
verandah, overlooking sea etc.
Immediate possession.

“IN CHANCERY", Inch Marlow
Modern well designed and soundly
built bungalow on the coast
where there is always a cooling
breeze There is a large com-
bined lounge/dining room, kitch-
en with serving hatch, 2 bed-
rooms, built in garage and all
usual offices. Open to offers,

“RICHMOND”, Marine Gardens.
—A solidly constructed 2-storey
stone house with wallaba shingled
roof and pine flooring; well placed
on corner site. Pleasant lawn,
flower beds, kitchen garden and
large yard. Accommodation com-
prises 2 lounges, dining room,
breakfast room, large kitchen, 2
verandahs, 5 bedrooms, 2 bath
and toilets, 2 garages and ser-
vant’s quarters, Very suitable for
conversion into flats or boarding
house.

“LOCKERBIE HOUSE”, Brittons
Cross Rd.—Fine example of a pre-
war 2-storey Barbadian home
pervading an atmosphere of mel-
Jow solidity enchanced by the
*Old World” garden in which it
stands. The covered porch at the
front of the house is but one of
the pleasant features about “Lock-
erbie"’ and on entering the lounge
an unusual central stairway in-
variably receives favourable com-
ment. The separate dining room
is usually Bupresiates and also
the small study and long wide
verandahs. A property well worth
viewing if real value for money
is wanted.



“HOLDER'S HOUSE", St.
James. An Estate House built of
stone with pine floors and shingle

roof 3 reception, 5 bedrooms,
verandahs ete, also gatage and
usual outbuildings. The house

stands on approx 4 acres of well
timbered land (mahogany) ap-
proached by a long driveway
flanked with closely planted ma-
hogany trees, The outstanding
attraction of “Holder's” is the
very lovely site which has the
advantage of being well elevated
and cool, with fine views all
round. Coast is less than a mile
away and town 6 miles

“HILL CREST”, Bathsheba. Sub-
stantially built modern stone bun-
galow on the brow of the cliffs
affording fine view of this rocky
coastline. There are three good
bedrooms, living room, 2-sided gal-
Jery, kitchen, servant's quarters
and garage, Electricity and water
are laid on, The Land is over 6
acres and there are about 50 co-
coanut trees. An __ interesting
proposition at the low figure asked.

, RENTALS

“OLIFLYNNE,” Garden Gap,
Fastings.—Nicely located furnish-
ed bungalow with 3
Available long lease,

“PLEASANT HALL COTTAGE”,
Dayrelis Rd. — This nicely situated
house is available furnished

“WHITEHALL FLATS", Cod-
rington Hill, St. Michael — Modern
apartments with use of beautiful
grounds,

“STRATHMORE”, Culloden Rd.,
—Town house on long lease.

“CRANE HOUSE”,
Furnished.

St. Philip.



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Issue No. 33 THE BARBADOS REGIMENT 24 Aus. 51
1 PARADES -—- Training i
All ranks will parade at Regimental Headq @rs at T2700 hours on Thursday
36th A 1. “A” Coy is allotted tt ature and open ranges. “B”
Coy will nue weapon training in preparation for A.M.C. as ordered by
Coy Comd. H.Q. Coy will carry out specialists training Signal
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4 Many Other Ranks have been seen recently with their berets worn incorrectly |

“either on the back of the head or at an angle across the forehead. Other |
Ranks are reminded that the brow band of the beret must be worn horizontally |
round the head with the ribbon in the centre of the back of the head. All |
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future on every parade
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3 SEPTEMBER 1951

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-I \i> \\ ICOUST 2. U51 SIMi\ MlVlK \ l I l-M.I I I VI BDOS WATER POLO TEAMS Men 9 g Team Has Strong Defence By Paul Fo$$er THE BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAMS which Will Trinidad on a nine-day lour next month were chogejfl ievtntag. Both teams have met with geniten some criticism of the keepers for the men's team ond the i Nothing however has heen said about the I Tim Yetrwood fmm the teanv no doub' %  e ventral ^"'g made over watei | \„ mtm erich* n football* IS* • ha -.. %  v rua nnnit alri ' h:il Quite righ' It isn't crh kei or football Wall bare to stay, rasing %  i %  y throughout the Wr' the 1 tM.n.u..*. . !" ,„.JU has sent ou*. that either leeler, to in* a-.iwiu. *—~.., f i .1 irdan lion "Can we emu > ft u %  As soon as the Ti Evelyi mill tow iovor this question will In %  | %  : D Vincent ha • mine condition lbs EkBitadoi Association For ll. ,i. YearMM of Uw rules of water %  i pretty much in p*'^ Michael Hanacbtll Oronn and Yearwoi i hgricultun %  % % %  %  %  i. i... • mad i38. is planning to net the came tm bun tha sdgo. Then going down than. Hun case. ;.: %  rules. Disadviintaire the Barbadoi ascoeiI'l.AWIM. Till: ATTACK **? .janaPt dta M J \. ^v Mr -dP fc""mLjf... lsV i a Jil'dtrM JH Boa*! F • %  v 3 "~^*aoY ^"iiil m rmmW AUC 26 — NO. 186 The Topic of Last Week vSTOPPAHO QUICKLY with Phonic... Thi.u not a game of ftmngats bat eiiiht m*mi>eih or tinLsdiw Watas Polo leant olsoning tl attacks on a tehis-sies orator polo *i. in %  saoafa u ao tor HMU nnwtnut win. i in Tnmdad i."\* mouth. Una left to right arc Mary Kuubt. Barbara Hunt* and J**n Mundlw f*i'i I chandler. Peggy Pltchi-r (Captain) Jill Oale and Ann |oh M : i tall on September ll\h i pnvitU' club it dolie to see the game on few Mono. Tin.' ib a dJjtinci dl tage to the gnme Next yeai bowavor tha association ning '" •' would like to stari wuh Jordan not hem h* any %  %  . I no of of the Swordnsh |,!l> n 1 %  •? ?•* can and had he nut I. ft ho '•" orgiinisacl with matches pUyo I v. boon ;• r,,hvr %  e Harbour Police pic. (with the permission <>f UH Con missioncr >, or at somt otbtr fat Kivkv S'eleelion ourable spot, in addition ti %  f. II the Aquatic Club. Wnlle t;ikmg all these bow: toi Qoofl f To thO Water Polo Association. no to ralkWO would only be fair to mention Ince. I n co-operative is tM 1 tho management of the Barbados .'...' Club. They li. back-Unc ovor*thing possible to roth oSoac man hownvor havo running of tha game on) %  arda bofora, and %  aooctatlon. During tours and ai %  !vcs. ony time the association has orWlth tin' tinw these two ganised dances to nlso I could rv v in tho farhave always allowed the atsoclaward lino, But with Jordan's i )U ri to take one hundrci pO) eenl k> of the gate money. Without thi eoDeration tho Barbados Water With Ycaiwuod in the team Polo Association would not lie In as a ptrmononl back. Foster tho stronu position they are todgv .. Olympic Commiy %  Olympic Games due i i : i. h for the Ti Folio-.. „. V. ladies Peggy PMeher (M>< C rin: MAX. KI:I:I'I:H i oulil Spend tho remainder of noontoostag on '.. ii tlonal match in the back line. Afllliutrri Veoterthj in Hoi niC of the Federation ImernoiiorThcre hai been no criticism of ale de Natation Amateur, one of tho Ladles team which almost tinItems on the ngendn was th % •ffUhttlon of tha Barbados Amn%  re going teur Water Polo nnd Swimmm;: rin: i oim ums l-it to li.ll: Hill. Manning, right wun-r. Ken Inrf. VIOS r^pUi i and centre-forward. Helberl BannUlei. Irlt "iimrr and | cllhcr *• a forward or a bck. A few iiunoi jUon to tins mternatmni| %  i, ndled until the body. Tim • lion will bo %  bod, will now i %  >•>' one ol lbs Itsi I w tho flrst >f i nod out and by the tune tho amateur BSaOCiallons which I, then should be m't at the rocontl) form i i onlttae i i boi on* ihem. -it-i lo then parSAt intciiiatnm >1 n member assoriatlon ot : oonunlttos must do Ihu are sacring "Why sll Uus i bef ths sommlllos can become Left is Maurice Foster Barbados Number one gu4lhc-|ier. Right; Albert Weallierhrad. rrscrte -o.il(.eeper and MoSnafSf. it the beginning: of tl tho short spaci and a half n ont'r of the bi || ,i quick forcing shoi line weii. ... %  ..in bo one of Bsi *, I 1 ; Fried, croslthail (11 i %  I 3 %  Lagu< I Hit iKMitmn I'I %  IP %  Jill lialr i Mil %  I %  %  %  break up rd" movem %  ti %  t-bacl Bornlln Warrrn (tl). Another newcomer to the >; n bvason. who loo] from the A contn %  %  bock-lln. %  swim through u %  %  %  Mar 4 Knlghl il4). VounKesi r the .. i ,. i r mfancv | %  % %  %  Marion l*>h>r (tl). Hoi pQSi| B :ll 0/OU i oi contn foi %  anil handias thi boll an IL Jean Chandlrr tlfti ol las B o rb o dos t< >m ..... .i, in %  bockline. Has a powrrful Shot %  blgfa She %  goo i u Una and "ill lxme of .he thorns m PhfUta t nanoirr ill). %  will line up i i ''i, wing. Shoots with f/01 %  %  i. %  mcmlx" to pbR?. I -coring. B i bar. Iluulr JT ). One < the UsfO goal keepers. Ncwcomi weii ihroughoul the gasps COM ',] under atUek but must reiniiiibci to cover he goal when saving -thots taken from ti.i Bud. Ann F-okMrin i!7>. The other goal-keeper. Was the Barbodn custodian during Trinidad 1 rial hero last root Cai got wen .u* of the water but must concentrate i Bold •not %  ved. %  1 I %  Ken Inos % %  •i %  -iiin |> %  .tu-ii i. %  ... %  %  ,od will %  %  .1 ••, %  (• twelvi ^ U e team Trinidad Mill nave %  ... %  i %  %  %  || I .ill 1 %  I %  .ii prei %  III! fort %  } II, the bo< k Um %  bach Qtm&tmj Fwitrr ?h> • 1 i %  %  i %  SI %  %  %  tl • team Has boat %  their dashes with IWi i>. ,i. • %  *> Till: HACKS %  .1., The tjinouihicciokl pcoon of PHHNSI OTHES NERVES, OUNTERA* rS DEPR1 SSION j :ul ..uiv R-mcmhcf thiI'll! \ i\< neithci harm the heart nor paei (ubsututd, Keep a sunprj ol PHBN8W tablet Phensic %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  lit'r lrt'i'1 %  %  i IIBll %  I .. |Bhi tna nci*4-i %  %  %  .. . | %  l.ill ... I tponiorea by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and thblenders of j & R RUM VJ rWO TABLETS l.-.IMi QUICII RELIEF (ROM RHEUMtTIC PAIN L lUMBinO. NERVE PAIKS, HF'nirH.e, NUIHAIGU .IHUFNZI. coins £ CM II J Lofl to right) firrard Jordan il.* in llie back line, oi rrwrvo farward "Boo" Pallsrasn. the as is eenln haal 0 ffgi MseLau If-tt back and CharlOO Fvclvn. right bats. I l"7. Men's Ho. l-attr.s.m ;*. at the tea ... dad in i: lei I i and also reprs o> nn |,4KP % %  i %  onI / S S \ B L E ! THEY SAID 11 III sum is col 1,1 > NOT COMPETE l\ WORLD MMtM.IS" — Thai a a* g/asfavvaWg ARE YOU WEATHER-PROOF ? prrol ExT!ACTOF 9 You wouldn't dream of neifleciinu u leak> rood Kthfii lon't ne^leci your health either. When you expect . are fortified to ward'>fT c*ui:hs. eolds. < hills ei< %  ( r'KKROL. tba I inc builder. II.ICKfil Cod Liver O. I :it of J500 International Up %  Thousands of ptoplg throughout the Caribbean thkt PDttOL larly to protect themselves from Infection and [llneta IVhv not keep nrg|| this rear the waj Ibej do. 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P W.I I II.Ill I Mi U \ll\IM Ml %  I Ml V\. VI l I i i i -.! BARBADOS ABV^gJE rru hi ikt UMk IN. a*..* •* %  SUtuw sniiii.i>. hmgmt 2H. 1951 ll III l< si .11% 14 l tO>l>IISSIO\ THK rMablishment of a Public SITVI. M I. n promised I Bill has been introduced Into provWon for the %  %  t (ri nil h a Commission Such a bodv BAD do UMnl work tof ihe island. I sans are notoriously uuirhy on the subject of %  foretgners" being employed in ..( this Island. The • has bean that improvements in the ximi'tmu's been opposi %  %  i 'hiit if such im. menti wars roads loo many foralgBuld be brought in. It iv : ever, deer that there are a number HI office! in the Public Seme which mini continue i be (Iliad by In %  avera) years to come i ,i penonatl in no Held is this more true than in the ol education. But to keep the offlo I who are obtained provision must be made (or leave nssasijis. When this question was broached sometime ago it was de(erred because ol a variety of reasons. Borne felt that the Island could not support a acherni as ambitious as the one proe I and it is true that Ihe scheme sun ted wai too wide for the resources ol Island Perhaps 11 was political conthai preve n ted the Govarnmeni from offering %  compromise In the shape ol granting, leave i nry to officers from i It may wall be that with an impartial local Coromieeion tunctioning, members of the Legislature will Inmore prepared to make BUCh provisions for the purpose of obtaining and keeping the services of per%  i ;. i! lands. The Public SerBill L9SI provides that the Governoi and Secretary of State shall not be bound to act on the advice of the Commission but it can safely be assumed thai those officers will weigh carefully the atftvtct ol the Commission and will only act contrary to its advice for grave and weighty raasons The Commission will consist of a Chairman %  no nil more \hi*n threeother persons to be appointed by Ihe Governor, and .it least one shall be at the date of his first appointment a public officer or a person who has been a public officer at any time within %  period of five years immediately preceding his appointment. Clause 9 of the Bill lists the matters ; IBs UoviTiio: may refer to the Com.n lot their advice. These include %  ppointments which it is within the Govrnors power to make to any office in the public service; the dismissal or other disciplinary control of public officers; the entry into ,1> whether on first Intment ot on promotion of u public offlcnr si an meremental scale Mghar than the minimum salary, scale attaching to the office; the award of study leave to officers to enable them to obtain training outside the island and any matter affecting the public service which may be prescribed by regulations made under this Act or which the Governor may refer to the Commission. The Bill provides for heavy penalities for ns giying false information to the Commission, tor the publication and disclosureol Information gained In pursuance of their duties as members of the Commission to unauthorised persons and for attempts to influence the Commission. The person* appointed to the Commission will have greet responsibility thrust upon them. Efficient public service depends largely on a contented Public Service. Reasonable remuneration and conditions of work together with promotion which rewards industry and merit are the main fac' 4 1 which induce contentment. As the years pass and the Commission becomes an i jpral and respected part of the machinery of the Public Service the suspicion that at pre* ' ex I thai certain jobs ore reMTVetffoi peri >nna) from the United Kingdom will disappear and the relations beiween all branches of the Service may well become more harmonious than they hav.been u M.\H ll\.N IN a recent letter in this newspaper the Barbados Sugar Producers' Association, replying to Mr. Sahay, I inner for %  I of India in Trinidad, point out that the West Indian ajloeat jute b:.. i %  Mr Sahay has stated that the Indian i thai B quota of .'1.000 fOl the period of June to December 1951 would meet the requiren of the West Indies, However the A| .supple throu] nial Office she ol th. Wi %  % %  Therefor.the tOtUM %  %  India only amounts to 40'. ol the quantity of jute required by the West Indfc more, the Barbados SuKar Produi Association point out that so far BurbaI dos has been unable to obt I anything like its share of the 40%. The Stn>ar rYaduears also '-tress the point that even after allocations ii.iv. I made by India then' en frequently long delays in getting shipments sent forward, i si iu o from time to time the Indian Government requisition large %  uantities ol jute goods to be sent to nth* r COUAtra Unless the Government of India is prepared to Increase the allocation to >' Weal Indies Immediately, these colonies will be iti i I i the next crop must be purchased within the next three months it there is to be any hope of their arriving in time. This difficulty In getting supplies of iger be Ii ns f the ressm H hlch is fort lug the Weal Indies la adopt bulk handling of sugar, but the main reason is that shipping sugar in bai;s is far too expensive. From the experimental bulk shipments of sugar from the West Indies made by Tate and Lyle two years ago, that Company has calculated that £500,000 could be saved by dispensing with the two hundreds bags in which sugar has always been -•hipped to Britain. Not only the coal of the bags themselves would be saved, but labour expenses at Ihe docks would be lower. Also, since a 100,000 ton ship can be loaded with sugar in bulk in five hours instead of the three weeks which it takes in Barbados to load a similar ship with bags, the turn round of ships would be very much quicker It has been pointed out that Barbados can load sugar in bulk and so keep up with the rest of the sugar producing countries without building a deep water harbour. All that would be needed would be a plant similar to that used in Trimaad for handling bauxite In bulk. Such a plant consists of a narrow pier, an electrically rii Iven conveyor belt on the pier and stone Inns for holding the sugar on the shore. It would bo relatively cheap, somewhere in the vicinity of five million West Indian dollars, and could be erected in six months. It would also bring the cost ol loading sugar down from 22 shillings per ton to 24 cents. But until Barbadians realize that they cannot remain permanently in the nineteenth century and survive, this colony will go on loading sugar in bags. The difficulty being experienced now by the Sugar Producers in obtaining jute bag., from India is only a warning. It would be much woi I if a war were to break out between India and Pakistan. Perhaps Barbadian sugar will be dumped mt the sea one das he cause of the short-sighted policy of the Government in power. THE Rt. Hon. ELECTION OYSTER Ml ,S*~ NOW OPEN I MODERNISED AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS • A ii \ V-V/'A'.',*; MlltAP The miracle wrap with a hundred uses in Kitchen and Hume HYGIENIC. GREASEPROOF. MOISTU REP ROOF. FIREPROOF. ODOURLESS 5 Fur protection and preservation of cooked and uncooked foods. \ For better, quicker and more economical cooking. For conservatloT of space In Mgldatr* Mid larder. Moulds to any shape and requires nu lying nor f aa I—i n a. Reduces washin-"l%  *< eeaaaHng to tpe mil BUY A ROLL TO-DAY. London Exurcu Service Sitting On The Fence A NY .I., within Ihe neat 6 % % %  Uts are to %  itara "f i.' Js shoM • %  peodltur* over .i yeai tv mart compUS new cost-of-llvIIIK Index if they call at -he Sen Neat, i. •! %  • jii IN.ilrm• -Os V ..ettes and lobac. a, U i re will < %  hundn n.'111i.i i.-I the heading "Enflbtainmen!," whl.-h will Mm $W mm hoapltallt} dUpenaed in low tav.'. I'd rouiKi '.'ncorner before lunch .%  i i Anal In the lounge befsteamed hake %  fain in thtclnIns-room As yout Uni lNal i .i .uck.r foods and medlclm hltflj bt i Uaves u< httie bo etlets Uuldi the paeksi M make the -i clnaU readlni in the BngUah liinjpiag.. there will also inhundreds D( I "Chen %  iar. There will l# IsUora* bill* tvpnlchiiiK Ins .inciiiit tweed Jn< ket. Moth-; ReUlh, and his fan ous grey flannel trousen, Bephants Legs, laundry bills which are now as high as food bilU, lh< hlggost newspaper account Ii Bast Kent, and money spent > %  itnmps writing it len.-t three lileetk, to the IneaiaVdSl nspi-ctor. An Item iik. %  coat-or-llvln| exnerti under the baaduig %  'Lottia tha Cat arid Knend.'. Lottal is one of tho test-known hosteasca in the count only gives lavish lunoh and din%  old Kngiish custom Ol I Ins guests to braakrai As %  raault, ash Ii %  omcttmai bought two or threi and axtra milk has bxen ordered. The itraiueaal Ltara of all arill be "1 Ixrttie. A pw ket < %  ( tr.%  pep pi del was bought BflSf ik" went to her first party -ext doo II prawn and %  %  %  .it midnlghl "'h the nu llappv llolid.iy arc given >B> NATBA! DTX Gt'BBINS i "• ; .II other maahi out an ure not allowe iK'have lheniselve>. A | few exceptions, the re incapable of haling They are also incapable of holing foreigners. Hut in Britain some animalore more popular than others. |ust as some foreigners are more popular than others. For instance, there are sonn ammuls we itroke and some we eat and some, as I have alread: pointed out, wc both stroke *uni Well. kH'i ti'ii'A'ii'i. the I I'm Mowed : %  f % %  • %  •norv BO t i petchara, then. Plichura, pu nurs, pitchurs. Fh-st you think i'm a polar bear, then vou think m a millionaire. TJie p4er*a >iip Bn*eepi And i: 0 more in Me eown d i VI on Ml pier enough tlmea to buy it. take il orne an Tin British attitude tows i. affairs (apart from ( olTicial attitude) depends uoa) tiicti breed of foreigners on Wnai aboui /i.-ila'I? Foil pT.puiar with ua at the moment, olieous Hked r r •ceaSfl raiUcay y l(U m ight ay we have the "d same attitude towards our chlp5, bun i n ML md winklefavourite animal, ihe dos. BODM wYall, irho'bout iraUin' u breeds -ire popular for a while or/ in n„ "in.? He oot onl> lo tw dincj,,,)^ for an oihe %  i loaftea. breed We can walk about in the rain in Camberwel! Why should I Aa an example, when thi paj money to <' it ere'' japa n SSS were on our side in thi Kaiser's war, they were "nh* Oh, well, i x not long now dear little Japs." before toe > OO back to the When they were on Hitler': room i'"f eel i bii of sleep. • % %  sun blisters all 'tight'.' And I/OH * •fchln* your fcnul* %  %  %  cratch no more you. y"et trod Oh. shiu up Sfiui up ynurtelf. %  Ids in the last war. the "little yellow basket: y were A little while ago you were a popular breed over here Blnci than I hen you have gone out o. fashion. But we don't dislike you any more than we could cUalUOl unhappy performing den have exchanged one circus maatet — „ tnr Hnothcr. For The Russians At Ihe moment. foreigner!. H KHE is another chance for have an advantage over dogs so I'ravda to publish their Uncle far as we are concerned. Wherea> British way dogs are allowed only two bite? ..I Ufe. This tuna explaining af us before they are shot, fi>rOUr altitude towards foreigners eigners are allowed any number %  nd fonMiin ..:' i All the same, don't Imagine thi will go on indefinitely. The Brttiah attitude toward! Fond as we are of both tliaton foraignera is the same us IhS %  bowl lhat when we decide tha British attitude towards animals, either dogs or foreigners have .: gone mad we destroy them Both but ii.feiiiii creaturei to be —L.E.S. .MMI lit K MR. JOHN CODDARD. West Indies cricket captain leave Barbados UMnOROW on the lirst leg of his trip to Australia. He Hes to Trinidad where he will join other members of Ihe learn, which is off to try toiulusums with tho Australians, the SCkiiuwlt'dced champions of the game to-day. It is twenty-one years ago since a West Indies team visited Australia, where. II ihey did not emerge winners of the rubber were by no means disgraced. Since thai data flie batting technique of the West In dies bus greatly improved and even though they no longer can lieUl a lirsl olaSS ballet j of fast bowlers, they are possessed ol a team immeasurably stronger than that of 1930, In John Goddard they have ,i captain who has proved his mettle both on and ofl the field in the West Indies, in India snd England. Goddard and his men are a .. vailed upon to face their greatest trial of strength for Australia has ruled the runs' of the cricket world, practically since the lirst world war. The West Indies howevar, will throw down the gauntlet 1 with one of the best teams they have ever put into the Held under a capable and tried leader und there is every reason for their backers to be optimistic. Mr. Goddurd leaves these shores tomorrow with the best wishes, not only of Barbados, but all Waal fodtani for a successful tour ol Australia. The fortunes of the game, will be followed with interest In every cricketing centre of the an throughout the West Indie* with bated breath. Agsin good luck, and good fortune. I* a roil k A. i >. il< l| Toward*. Tin 'House Full* Sign i ANNXg n> tVCl.VN IRONS COMI'LET is the word on ihe out on the shore these summer Riviera from this week on. II Slights, me.in M'l.l. Muiiiblei h.-rl-Existenti.ilist' fn>m I'.iris fi-el a\ have notices bsaiins this dlao irnom hers oi of their haunt*. afU1| news on thall doon H that '"'' Club du VltUX Colomhier hiii the) win not bs harassed by trsi f BpoUcanta lor i bealml ited with .iirealistic icem Q< rmaln des • !i: a one moves i %  sPn w ii. i Harold LLOYD i<• %  > racoeniaed at Graaac Bt Paul and their suite of 32 foi pUiar Inland beauti ipats from the VIMI MiBtster, the bi'niiiirul hotel at Cannei .\ it. re he ban been Prime** F.i-v., H UV/lni "iih hi %  I %  i ir-old daughtei Qloria | Minna husband Ismail Chei nej OUASTI) Bey. whom aha married aft' -i < from the Shah ol Petals. Farouk apent his lirst eve Cannes st Pshn Baact) n turning lo his hotel s< next Nerrnnan s'.>< hotel. i at i too, itesl I'll so 11 Back lo uainlint; "1 hardly ever wear my hornruraned fuaaea, he ssys, exuiaining the lack ol recognition. IJoyd is an artlt*, speclaUscs in if, admires PICASSO. 11 Cannea without viMting the vill.me of Vall.mrn to then Tu-,i.i\ hit Araeru in ish ear.s crawled nose t tall throusb tha lowa Batblruj %  % %  .rimimecl that he ntendg to return to painting aftsi Bsl i isnsser ot tha I ben Isrouk I the best aoai ,rrnn pottei. the French havt, word t.i iheee d %  MACLEAN .' % %  liriUIKSS %  %  IMB 04 Jescribe'< Bed on ihe heiirh At nearby Juan-les-l the %  iiii niahl clubs not a room to be had eitl'.ei Bohemian %  Is rrInfiltration unarican Influence oa the Riv. ^et iera ex|. | :hc crao on the beach. And yen con I n,\t Monte Carlo's dtsnl ablv. too. They 'borrow ihe torian gaming rooms, the croupier %  I am a an." said he. "I went t. to learn the languaee A distracted Frenchman imE loreil the shouting players t< eep quiet "as people at othe tables are trying to concentrate Monsieur.' An American In a. alack and white harlequin bear-* shirt replied thai he was not going to be shushed for snyoni Somehow, bloodslu-d was SVOlded Pavement artist A ii..m hairdresser at Cum. has chairs and driers installed 01 the pavement so that clients mis, none of the fresh air and sun shine. Passers-by take no nolle. as ihe intimate details of fenunin ioiiet are exposed to then vtanOne woman I saw there had h.. han tied up in tufts for a pern winktwo manicurists were bu-s i>erformanee because of rain in all its four year* 1 existi "Ah. but." sighed the languit woman clerk at the bank, 'w have our hardships, too. Umk a of butter — 7s. Cd. a FOOTNOTE: Poster on Juan'•tilu'du station *fvs COMt TO U.FRACOMBK, OS UIOVS DEVON COAST COPYRIGHT Nrstavii) WILKINSON at HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : 4472 & 1687 — BECKWITH STORK u OFFICE FURNITURE j by SWkll SIIHIMI\ I.TII. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. H&nt&' JiooktisujUi —in Brown Willow Calf Oxfords. Black Box Calf Oxfords JOHN WHITE— Two Tone Oxfords Brown Willow Cali Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Casuals Black Box Calf Oxfords LLAIJMV^ Brown -nd Beige Casuals Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Black Box Calf Oxfords If it's SUNNY serve with Ice. If it's RAINY Sip it Straight H GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM The Best any hour of the day.



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I'ACI ii si \li.\. iDVOt v II •( Mi\\ \i (.1 si %  |9SI %  OVAL LAST 3 SHOW! TO-DAY VM A It IS pa. 20lh Century Fox pre* ANCASTER in Inflm BK. Tr.hn.rolor HI8TEBM VALLEY* Robert WALKER Sally FORREST Advr-nlure. Onnu. in It* H ill'.-d BrM TO-Ml V I II I NOW SHOWING 445 & 8 30 DAILY *-> %  * nl 2JI0 Robvrl J '• THE BIG STEAL" is \ PDWM i it. -ii BEAT THE BAND & | ARZAN IND mi HUNTRESS PLAZA ssx TWO GUVS FROM MIlWAUKrE '" Tnhnirolot I I II—I — and SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS GAIETY in* GARDEN — nr. JAMES and asa pm ROW 8 pm TYCOON" fyuub gutting I.I OKI llll A I Id TON ITE H-ltl (i.ni. ;II I( | (.iniiiuiint: M-dy (DtUbh) LAICBAAH it., \ Mil.LAND COPPER CANYON Extras: TB/BJpPAGNE I >K TWO Talent Audition TO-DAY :' a.m. H is EXt F.I.I.-' 'given Vinr pali-una-ge !•thr RoyA I | M adklea M ;• r,.: H..U on S< ... %  IM |i %  %  H '*•>. Lucky Dip. What* Elephant Hank* etc. Thi HUPS of chance and a %  d bar. Added attraction is lb Igetown player* %  l %  from Abroad." a light comedy by Mabel Constanduro* and H. A|f bikini pan ara nor HawMrs Howe. John DHphin. Pat Raison tod 1'lr k.-l \l PI To Take Veterinary Degree M R HAROLD GIBBS Ki Mr Cuthbert Mr. W. A. C "Bill -tn ii T.I' V Manaerr herr. *inre thl* airline BITSiWAKEa£SK!' i % %  n.t.YH IX TIM STHKKTS IHMTIIPJ Rlchm.l WIDMAPK Paul DOUGLAS Ml Rill I! : si'SPENSE I MOMIA1 and Tt'KSDAV 4.30 A ..IS p.m. The FOX DOUBLE— -III A lll.lt IIOHA A Junflr* Thriller Siwriiuj BUI* CABBY AND "THAT Ml. III IX Hill" Suiring Alic* FAYE Carmm MIRANDA lfchnlrolor ".i I WEDNESDAY 1 TWRSDAY I : A IU.% p.m. BIG DOUBLE— VICB Input BERGMAN In . -KASIMillT" AND -TO-XII.IIT WE It.Mil TAI.AIS" ANNABELLA — John SUTTON JCHNWTTON -f^atontiu ncemavTU awwMCAMiOvfco. *—-aMM OPENING NEXT FRIDAY 'I just got through ptying the bills for ha vjeddmq fad no*/... a BABY!' juicyJQAJ* KI.IZ. Mil' / I I TflXOR JANETTA meiAS KllOl' MIWI:K BBOAO nun DRESSES of all Typt. rVLSO HANDRA(.S SHOPPING BA8KETB BEACH BASKETS in FUffla and Stray h im $i.t* t<> $.K4 in Fxtlusivr Sha| ,,.1 OlV Coloun .ling were in Canad* to BraduaU at MacDonald i.-sree. i ii now rrliiniii I College. This II take him another four ••an Festival Doldrums j : gloomy Festival yar for Stratford-on-Avon. This of all towns, after London, might c-xpaet 'M reap the ilnest tourist fran Ibe lavish Festival of Britain publicity abroad. But ,-ifar fewer than last Nine out of ten of the small I boarding houses archaving a poor .reason. Even at the Shakespeare, Mggest hotel in the town, pressure is less than last year. Many Americans and other overseas ,','t-IU'd iheir book'irt notice Last year Hf ha been Bppointrd |<< • = • %  i position in MaavnaL bundle c \ HOWtlMC to* la* Ii)* \ KIT' rnaltoci at lovfd -fjIHe* M in* Bo*t'" 1 n ^\, / IlifiUlle v %  J D'tyhlmtl y DON fAVtOI %  OPENING FRIDAY 7th SEPT. Tin: si on i or in i HH i'ii VALK.XTI.XO HIIOOVH Jnd BIG WEEK JBBB KM JH m His an VALENTINO :. —-.. •-----"7.. [WUIC ilULl — — the easiest, simplest way to visit the Old Country Trnvi-1 in ll.cfpnious "NOHTH STAB" Sk\lin.-r from llarhutlns. C.in fort nhK' imri (*nvenirnl • CABDINI II AUSTIN & CO. IAD. GtMffJ AfHItf TBANS-CANAOA AIK LINKS TatofhoM OTM %  %  Bl GLASSWARE II I I. \ in. it I-11. YAl.t 'MS Snap Glasses K Oi. Glasses CiH-kliiil QIMBM Sundaes Ash Trays Tumblers ELEANOR PAF ANTHONY ULXIfR ... a ... B 2Mc. Fruit Dillm i war" m a :.;.-.. libc. .so*" | -S7_ j'ir lUdngBovrfa lav., inc.. .KSB 17c. Coasters @ a ^ ISe. Wilier Jni,s ISC McasiirinCups Mil. Cawetwl Biitlrr Dishes Ihe manager could let | booking at live minutes' notice. IM| rooms nava baea lafl empty. Many people 1 I Stratford Ui go to Ilia hj Fnv.i ii,Hit ii an The Menwud Tlie.i-'. every niKhl. But it is possible to get seats at shon notice. During the winter the theatre upcnl £80.000 on iutting In 135 leaf This irjaani room for 30,000 moro The live Shakaapaa %  places. Including the jnd Ann Rail admlnistei. They re|ort that from April to the and of June nearly 40 per cant Americana visited the blrtnpUce Last vear the birthplace Ml ...... total will not n %  %  .. . Shootini: Toui T RX BarpajM RJAa '. %  mi r< praj] %  rlall to IVualdad I rta ii %  to take part in the Inter* Mrnameot and Anchor Cup shoot, between Barh Pi •ndad and Brttasn Guiana. To \,iense* for tins tour -omnwttee ha* been :tpriointed to •Trance cake sales and ... •neair of r;usinr I it tee is lookn llpport of the public T.C.A. Engineer M R. AND MRS. ROSS MACKENZIE .• a 0 then two UnaaWan Raathat nod Si %  erday for C'ana T %  \ "Xpeet to be away for about three 1 %  who If < — %  gnghteer Is on lOUda} V.1-* raUef, Mr. Paul Papiiii.il. airlved from C > aatak. PosiDd Degree A T AN axanunwUon %  held it re on -lune 22ml t lh College "f Musi,. Mi F. c. God-hird of I-idge U"-' passed his Ass.Ki.ite Degree .,ne-ga operatu^ IMi lefl T I %  Montreal Taking over frc.n Mr Stuart is Mr. Harold %  I by hi* arrived Short Holida> A %  %  i. haw n to spend 1 i 'lui^v with ItU %  Joanne Johnson, daucthti'i of Mr. 11. H. Johnson. une plane and Mrs. Gerald Mr... Qai ii I Mr. T KM.* To Be Married To-morrow M IS.-, DOROTHY ROn Oaugaaai at lb and Mrs, W. A H.m>. of Iloi.-niary," 9th B e tt e vlB e left for Canada TCA. Tomorrow night at 7 ..'clock she M N I.I i "t Ml .trivi Ml lev Edwards of "CUf! Fontabelle. Noel recentK lafl Barbados to settle in Canada. With Caroni Ltd. M R KKini ROBBtTS eome in on BWIA's fliaht from Truudad > ml Hull J morning to s|>end a eouplr iif weeks holiday with relatives at Hmd-bui v Hoad. Keiin iaitSI Caroni Ltd. in TTinidad. • | \>\ ;he same plane C A. Saver of CodrtngtOl had been in Trinidad for 10 dig U.S. Vi.it I BAVntQ by BW.I.A's. morm* g ^ flight on Fridav fm Ihe is via Antigua %  Ml A. Ilar\ C rifflth or "Chftou Ter... %  ,.er Bay Street. has gone there %  I treatment vh mpanl •, irk city With U.B.O.T. M ID MRS FRED LEWIS arrived (ram Trinidad yes%  ntna to spend I %  %  %  Ing a: the Hotel Royal They wi. their two d I i gtneer with D.B.OT.. Poll Retired Inspector, Schooh M R FREDERICK W.CHH1STOP:ihR. Inspector o| Schools. St. Kitt Nevis and AnguiPi has %  an aa an inspector i.i holidaying In en route to the U.S. %  tiremenl. He is a guest of Rev. j. ii Winter of "Wtota*** rontabelle. %  i Mko Training r~, ,. ha ipai Mend TaachM M Con shi oi, Tamaloi Another Chance O WING to DM demand for the extra I the WcttM Ian Exhibition at the M ua a u aH, this %  will continue until the end Of the BWOthi.1 Ftida.v Slst August will ba the last day for %  xhlblUon. Talking Point .1 liiisband should aeoar addrest an BHora i p in the %  • a 1'iirif party.—&aUai. Incidental Intelligence S OME Iranian now h;. to nuke hirnseir a nation;,! hero if he can just rememlxM which handle to turn. — Daili* Cotonutf. V'i'-t'.riu. Briitih Colttmbta. -ill 11^1 A I II < I.I II MM >I \ Membe.s Only; TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY AT 8.30 l HI l f, / H ni. Presents . IRENE DUNNE — REX HARRISON — LINDA DARNELL "ANNA AND THE MM. (IF SIAM" with LEE J COBS QALE SONDERGAARD MIKHAIL KASl'MW A 2eth Century-Fas IMrliire COMMENI INC. TVESDAV *8TH ANN SHERIDAN VICTOR MATURE "STELL4" A :i)th l>nlur>.IO\ Pirliirr



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BMPIRI woertei ;:. tmpirr ur Z wkU.) it I owli i .\ Holder "i .... i Ible lor puttin K with 8 need II %  %  rivals. 1 down )ual over .' of which 5 were maiden*. i took 3 of run-. th.' wicketi for 15 runs He sent ren including ft maidNone <>( U ever i .. %  '. until 2.30 p.m figures wen A rrl ol ihc rrdn afleeten a lew oc c asions. The %  il, i. v Harris p.innon.i AAkuu !" ul, n i single added to iw was n i' the total By< to, two l t iRLTON vs. Y.M.IM. Oarken via and (wtthoerl io*t> II • %  M i-i 71 nd wlckrt-kcri. n %  no mistake. H '• l" r • out lo*>%  TVttKS itY DUNLCIP YOUK REQUIREMENTS H )-DAY POLLOWiNG SikUS i\ STOCK. .. CARS .. .. TRUCKS .. LM \ IM 7" \ %  IH l 11 34 x 7 — 75 v M i 1 x Ift II . TRACTOR .. |gg x IS 75B x II WO x II SM X It in it. tl v H ^ II teo x 38 Ol a II 1100 x II. it. MO x 11 ..MOTOR CYCLE.. || I 11 11 i II -HI V 11 lig \ || I 11 MII, i; .. BICYCLE .. ten v |H %  i', I %  % %  V I 1 %  (HI V | I tj 1 1 I 1 Bnl Strerl Distributors Dial 129 Thl vhdt of the West Indies team to A '''l.'Vi %  rticle bs the Rlghl Hon. Herbert v. Evatt, K.c. M.F.. IS in the IM9 Wi I He v.i tes ; I on all wealth and I DKIHTV IVM.S VIlWS W HAi i .-ii to %  tato. "A t %  Commonwealtn and huii i n d In uov t 1 [land and south rtt "I Hunk we '• (l OWii ike the thie A combination lances, aome adventitiou-'. %  England t-oth in \ 1946-47 nnd in FORTUNATE A cs; i: M | able, nol only to era %  Illness, bul to show a great form The rapid approach ol Arthui to the cbu f Wi fur many omethlng like the guarantee of %  n>-i stortsmmltancouBiy • n helped %  in ihr laoj ran naaaa oalngi ilwmya area np "i" 1 >i'ulii iare in M iii.n in nve rearm* baao, the erirhet maremaoy wtthbi the rtritnii ealtt will ni have passed le the Weal Indlesf Whal a boon that woedd be, even >f ealj ti drive hmtiie loaaeai in rrirket it is %  > %  an alt ill mih ,,T lanlv ..t tit. Owl ..r i>1 HydttOJ or Melbourne." Jo ma tea n Derby H in ner Hough I Loca fly By BOOKIE f*HE news thai u> .:, Drain wini SSB) bought by Mi M | R %  Raa Ing 1'u-viously • inneri have been sold to Trinidad whllt of the first winners of thi clsMie, Saraband, was sold. I believe, to Grenada. This is the Oral ttaae fa that a Jamrdcan Derby winner has bein told to ownership in Da rbadoi rhmen that has been lought Wltl Ihetr winning tht nee. It will therelore be Int er e st i n g to warn if this tuiy win complete the racing • vason In Jamaica or Whi come immediately to Barbaoos to race at our November meeting before going on to Trinidad for the Chrlsh lumoured to be $5,000 ..nd while this H a rec I l-ought in Barbados it is not as much as *..* paid for such as Raphael or Footmark, both ( Wishes with a particularly strong repu DO the Barbados Derby early inli month while at loogi %  .other Jamaican 1 tl i 'I'm D URING tin next low i Mad | i ..nts may i. in think diffi %  thai time we should be on bettei %  thie I in in place In the betting. In to do this at all because what %  ale was not up to much. But no one in their right ..Id say thai i... Jamaican Derby this year she must auton erne favourite for the Trinidad lJerbv as well. Of eourSC OM Ol the striking lunilariUes about every Jamaican %  Trfnidad classified above B class is that they have all been ft bred In that Colony. In fact I vciv m %  "I vei> Jamaican racing season is that it i. ii of champions. Up to now I have gallon Embers has in Jamaica as a threc-year-oid but 1 know sin was rated as one Of the lop two-year olds in 1950 according to Jamaican cor. ,;ood horses have been sent Iron. luce the advent of the Brown Bombet and Commando II but ti %  %  lean about which WOP champloni and which were not. Unlike Jamaica wi along quite well with our fair share of good ones and bod i %  • i %  /•" while our champions may not have i>ecn rrequi is why it has .to pick on! I be n i* also why we teal '.hat In 1981 the Jamaicans will have to be of the ears best if they hope to beat Best Wishes—if sin TIIK CIPRIANI MEMORIAL T HE lil<; A CLASS RACE ll AJ know i -. 7 pounds below their i--s' terra. I %  • %  • .. pr* a md efh i ti> ing su tor six fm %  .. it a till ate fa i'' %  honoatj that he only gave In to lb) LU1 %  % % %  i tUm a dour struggle : i thai Mr. Taaa nr* ind second places C m race, a dlatlncUoa which must make bun real very satisfied |... ill) go t" tiiink thai ROW old Blue Streak is post hit best, he has QSM : nd came second in hi* fourth at the recent Trinidad June meeting, has therefore shown that hii form al thai fixture %  thai in. He la, i understand. ., line upstanding colt However, with w many ol the beat in A cla*.ofl form perhaps it wouhd mtll next Saturday when ho must take on Nan Tu v rurioagaj baron we ow much be i' worth Incidentally he will have to tare 9 II That, I think, will take lolng; pOR THE real i ng %  '' Arlma I think the meat Mr bnportant featui d thrt es, one of ^^^iich, it was sal. %  '•' having to !*• deitroyed. Quite iranklv I am surprised tl '"' (all. In the Oral rw wie lO. lu Hn wriaal II, and in the (ti Of cow MArima, ram dy and that is: a new refuse to move. Pew would believe that onl> .. from ill vor> ime track there are COplOUS than bush and all as t I | .....:.. V. %  ; arable quasi Meanwhile horses continue t. '.II. DO Injured or COUlOd; jockeys i the public is squeezed Into the raeliing la that racing ha* long out grown. A situation calculated to make far more poopli of leaving racing than coming Into '. whether to own or bet on horses. I T IS NOT wlthi ul I the form of the threeid Gold Pin and and I gating performance by tne half-hr. % %  mg in the Y. De Lima Trophy these two horses have forced n I Lflbrant conclusions. First II IN obvious that Baby Oil %  the excellent form which ana has now shown EOT a ll *be is still improving. No matter how she mOUl ... ntlnuW 10 %  ndly the thre e y e ar -old <;"'d


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ESTABLISHED 1895



Ridgway Leaves Choice To Reds

Willi Taik Peace Wien
They Are Ready

TOKYO, Avg. 25

GENERAL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY seni a

blistering message to top Red commanders in
Korea, and left it up to them whether the armistice
talks would continue in Kaesong. The Supreme
Allied Commander said that. he was willing to
resume the negotiations which were halted by the!
Reds. But he rejected as “malicious falsehoods
the Communist accusation thatwUnited Nations
forces had violated Kaesong’s neutra ality.

Reds: broke off the talks two ——————— - oe
days ago. They demanded a “‘sat-
isfactory” answer to their charge

warplane |
to murder}

that a United Nations
hed attacked Kaesong
the Red delegation.

fran Expects
Period



Ridgway’s reply saia that the
charge Was “so utterly false, sc -
preposterous and so obviously f H " d I
manufactured” that it did Oo ar Ss lip
merit a

reply.
Hard Choice TEHERAN,

The next step is up to the Com- lat sputy Premier
munists. Ridgway’s message ive aturday “er ged a

August 25
Fatemi on
period of



|
iy |
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them a hard choice. The harsh! economic hardship and privations
worded reply was sent to Kim] for Iran in the wake of the stop-
Ii Sung, the North Korean Pr pace of royaltics from the Anglo-;
mier and General Peng ° ian Oil Company. He said
Huai, Commander of the ¢ the Iranians would have to
Red forces in Korea. It we u fo an “economic regime
broadcast over the Armed Forces’|under which they have to pay
radio and then delivered to the}bigher i and eo luxuric
Chinese Liaison Officer at the Ree y the imposition of higher tar-
outpost of Panmunjom, ifs. He said. : Governmen
east of Kaesong. The Al -1/ nes dene its duty. “Now it is u
gation headed by Vice-: ! e nation to do its vart |
Turner Joy waited at the Unit« ; }
Nations’ advance headquar ir mixed oi] commission mem-!
Munsan ready to go to Kaesonp}|ber Kazem Hassibi id » must|
if the Reds should give the -vord.| ak+ all precautior measure
Ridgway’s reply in tone in order to combat economic}
content came as no surpr iuc| Pressure which may be brought!
observers here. They said tha gainst Iran now that we've re-|
could hardly apologize for fused to give in to the Angio-'
dents that he had already br: lanian, “Pear of economic
ed as “manufactured in advance ifficulties was also voiced by the

Nor can the Reds



ace anian Gelegate in the oil talks,
blast as the “satisfacto: n-|who wished to vemain anony-
swer they demanded, oi nou who said that Harriman
added. They said it was sit OV ds the end of his stay in
that the Reds would agree Teheran was definitely support-
continue the negotiations and tr ing Stokes’ proposals and alleged-
to convince the world that thes y ly said, “The United States “will
are doing so for the sake of (

not support a Government (Iran)
which doesn't help its own
nation.”—-U.P,

peace.

Ridgway’s offer to resume the
talks which were broken off by
the Communists was in the final
paragraph: “When you are pre-
pared to terminate the suspension
of armistice negotiations, I will





General Baldwin









direct my representatives to meet re = Sandy Roger is on his way to] jcoffee, cotton,
with yours with a wew to seeking Killed By Fali New York, the stepping: off point @ hazard of futute Soviel;beans. Viera in a statement said,
a reasonable armistice agree- for his tour of inspection of the aggiession in Asia will continuc;“up to this moment IT have no
ment.” ROME, Aug. 25 Telephone and General Trust in- ; to trouble policy makers in botin | ficial information in respect
Ridgway’s message to the Com- General Geoffrey P. Baldwin, | terests in Jamaica, Trinidad, and Advocate Jamaica the Republican and Democratie/the special agreement wheret
munist commanders was perhaps | 59 Rome . } |B arbados, With him goes one of : parties, and a large element of) the Brazilian Government has per-!
: ‘ : , chief of the me office of the 7 ? Relief Fund sy
the bag TS ee ee tor operative for American Remit- it the group’s engineers | the- Republican party still looks|mitted the re-export of coffee t
ever to pass in moder nes be- rie urope “ j by al - : re ae paid to General MacArthur as the key/ Russia.” Brazil has r liplomati
tween generals or statesmen in the | © fh ' = il a es sae Re i They wit 41so Spend a good | His Excelleney the Gov- adviser on glo bal trategy “Bron relations or trade aerecneant wit’
course of an effort to establish | Si*-foor fa down me ee Mee {seal of time in Venezuela, where ernor, Sir Alfred Savuse, the standpoint of partisan. politics, the Sovict Union, —
peace. Its coldly scornful tone | of his Rome office buildings, Mrs. a Government Commission — has and Lady Savage, were thinnecne that Ma At ! oe ait : :
meant that the Reds could not! Wilhelmine A. Orlandi, the Assis-|heen getting a big expansion among the first yesterday to | ticush not a Presidential car at] Viera said that 40,000 stacks «
agree to return to the conference | t#nt Chief of the C.A.P.E. mission! scheme for Nacional _T2lefonos contribute to the Relief Fund : ea la Hive BURMAE Gasesnmn | coitee Were unlcaded from the
table without losing “face” before | said she believed that his death|Compania in which the British epened by the Advocate to Taine fal a ee persona ' Brazilian hib. “Lieyd Baname
trek wenttl ‘was accidental because, “I believe]econcern has a large financial aid the sufferers in the BV ENCe ON” Whe USACE Gt unt le Mime tht ats ; i wikae
—U.P. | that he fainted and fell over the}stake. The Commission’s report is | Jamaica hurricane, ain ee Republi N oetechd I roe ud two Rt si shi hous
$$ $+ —- . ; asim ls view tep “ ylatfor i i , {ussian ships
| ee ore nae ied: to be avallable acon. Help is urgently needed, Be a ft vee Tt ea jfor Leningrad, He gs id that th
| ‘ and donations can be made ait vs, Lruman tussians ee:
| SOME HAIRDO! ' r ; “e at any of the commercial Most observers believe that pe ling not in roti the coffee es
cagtouinab a: ss u A v P. th J l banks, or direct to the office | the Republican party convention “yy 0B ae) if Goa
’ | i S, ES Hiaits He added, “I hav lready co
. Aug. 25. \ * od avy an er e s of this newspaper. These meee at Chicago should nom | mur nicated to fny idvadornetc, a
ee Emmerson poroees a s will be acknowledged daily ro ba for a pores ney, ep existence Gf thie Fesexports. meh |
[anemone teat Bl f R d A ba The fund was opened on Te ee ent ee oon toning the names of the Brazilia
| hairdo last night when a t ; as e : ur es Friday and topped the $400 Se tee Sear oun aaa i sellers and the British a iatits whol
| bolt of lightning struck her ‘ ike a 8 i oa mark yesterday. SA op De Sea ae veage,aet in the name of the Russia |
| and drew all hairpins out of FAR EAST FORCE H.Q., Korea, Aug. 25. HAVE YOU CONTRIBU- antes aera een raft’ ade Delegation,”
lL re ace — ; ain EXTENSIVE marshalling yards at Rashin in far | pre ge te aepation ee wer or Chief Justice Fred i |
e to e police al : . . . amaica elie ‘und, an . F | Inde: the terms of the Agree
the bolt struck ‘et farm- Northeast Korea were blasted for the first time in more | send it in first thing Dewey’s tour around the Pacific mert, Viera éuplained that pre
home chimney but did not than a year to- -dé iy, with more than 300 tons of bombs. tomorrow. area is regarded as an expedient Gucts such as coffee which brini
touch her or her family. Navy Panther Jets escorted 35 B.29 Superforts from Japan | Amt. previously acknow- ; move from the standpoint of the dollars on the international marl
—UP. and Okinawa airbases which made the attack. All the | Hat Phones a ae Republicans supporting —Eisen- aye sold to Britain for sterling with |
| | lanes returned safely to the base. Lady hivage eratpRS 5 0 hower nominee Dewey, 1 the understanding that they wil
pees Fe eel age naib met thts cada ae EL: : Miss Florence Smith 1.29 | avowed supporter of Eisenhower not be re-sold, Otherwise Bra
No anti-aircraft fire was ex- Mr. & Mrs, G_ Browne 5.00 as Republican nominee will carry zilian exporters would be com
jperienced, and the planes en Tobat mae eet oa 5.00 ‘his own views of the Pacific peting against themselve:
| P' cea, « é $ - allenor " itn ie . rm thy renee. Sarees .
}countered no Communist planes.!] Hen. Robert Chatlenor problems to the Chicago, conven
i'The last time Rashin was hit was ' & Mrs. Challenor 000 tion, and these are not likely to Viera said that ne thought the
, ae st y 1950 ae 9] at R. & G. Challenor Ltd 00 be ignored by the platform renewal of the Trade Agreemen |
fond EAU EN 2eer av ews ) Vici car Oe Mr. & Mrs. S. P drafters. —U.P. when it expires next month woul
|50 superforts pounded rail in- Edghill 5.00 “ :
Istallations, ‘The targets, to+day |] Dr. & Mrs Robert { be “convenient in spite of thr
|" ee Say | We RE BES di - Salmond 25.00 | present difficulties because
included locomotive repair yards ee 10.00 , ; : Eat t
| ue a ae +] J 7 7 . vould enable Brazil to hold Bri
storage yards,” and marsha pe re M oe Krench Enquire jo markets for Brazilian good
\ rds capable of handling al Dr. McCénney 15.00 —U.P
cars and many smaller structures ROYAL BANK OF I t 7 C
CANADA | nto Train Cras B
| North Korean troops. in regi- Miss W. HL L oven in ,
}mental size counter attacked and! Bascom 10.0 STZ, France, August 25 N ee .
| re ae Sores iefender: Bs ee French authorities are pressing New Storm Rage 8 Up
drove South Korean Total $ 402.2% ba investigati Set
{from an important hill position —— j : ation into the cause of | ‘- a +
|west of Kansong on the eastern | the wreck of two express train Mexican WwW. Coast
west of Kansong 0



Shield for

who received the Hampton Lewis
Long

MRS. R. VIDMER
tho Ladies’ Handicap Championship, striking in the
Competition yesterday in the Rockley Golf Club Field Day.

Driving







BARBADOS, AUGUST 26. 1951





fi $e is sitenitnlaaia



MARSALTE:! oan.

amen oo naan sk ns

a a ere ae: seco ennsgrmennanin tremens ener ns

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Riding at anchor in Carlisle Bay is the luxury motor y tat MARSALTESE III.

Sandy Roger! Far East’ Situation
On His Way | Will Influence U.S.

To Barbados
1952 Party Platforms

(story p. 9)

| Brazil Goods
Being Sent To
Russia—Viera

LONDON, August 25.

The Brazilian embassy

Fr Our Own Corresponden‘)














4 7 de ACCUSE
a eats Aug. 25 Britain of violating the Anal
ane Eunpive telephote ‘network of (By FARR .-Suaaees) permitting &recshipincnt of
the hy ne i . permitting a re-shipment "ot Bre-
thee: 50,000 dh iehae finger WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. zilian coffee to Russia, Caio Viers
one of the topline executive di- THE FAR EASTERN SITUATION in 1952 will haveg!mbassy commercial attache and



clirector of the Brazilian Gover

ent Trade Bureau said that re-
exports of coffee have bee n taking
place “for over a year’ throug. ;
the Russian trade delegation, |

rectors.

Sandy, - christened Alastair
Forbes—gets his nickname. frem
the colour of his hair. He is fol-

a powerful influence on the choice of Presidential nominees
and party platforms for the United States political cam-
paigns, according to well informed political experts, The
fundamental riddle as to whether Communist aggression



lowing in the footsteps of his| ; oi x ‘ Under the Agreement which ends
famous industrialist father,» Sir must eventually be checked in the Pacific area or in the September 30th, Britain may no!
Alexander Roger, Chairman and European theatre has not been answered by the Senate's |:e-export any so-called dolla



Managing Director of the group. investigation of General MacArthur's dismissal products from Brazil which include























wherein 2) |

near here yesterday |

persons including



\front, but other South Koreans
junits drove back a company size
attack on . nearby high | ground
Action elsewhere ‘along the bloody

six Americar MEXICO CITY, August 25

‘i ; i | were killed and 40 injured | A new tropical storm roaring u
Harriman ‘Arrives | The, police said that the 21st |ine “Pacific coast of. Mex

victim's body was recovered from



































65-mile per hour winds, cause’
ridge sector was limited to patro C is Ts the twisted wreckage last night flights » Cancellad and sar
activity, and most reports to- To onfer With Lito Previously the death toll had Lehi = ne Bg eure ee The
{nighe Pee the cae nk ed stood at 20, Although the possi pe m was caus ted 50 niles south
contact” during the day. The Red}, bility of sabotage has not been |* 0" ig Rei ep pater alt $s south
regiment drove down from the WHILE EN-ROUTE TO US. | entirely ruled out, a, spokesman | *7 : a delg ial icf, a ee
north with such force that the for the National railways in Paris |“! pallet to the’ See ee cre
i it are j arallel te e coas
South Korean defenders were BELGRADE, August 25. —. — = appeared eae) rie vane ? le Coe
, ac event sabotage was responsible for the iy J ea ; ;
poroed - fall back to prevent the President Truman's diplomatic | wreck —UP. i Rains and winds lashed tt
onslaught. envey, Averell Harriman, arrived rs ion pile Seer re-
. to-day to talk with Premier Mar- portec iat “storm winds and rai
Action on the ground front wa: s | : : ree
shi é avia’s basic TY make aerial navigation impos
for the moment confined to the leg eee nett nae DEATH PENAL All ahloving gi gh pt =]
eastern sector. South ae assistance. He is enroute home AMMAN, August 25, |warned to seek shelter, Thre
forces there seized four hills piling} from Teheran where he tried te iis uroabciition «demanded the | planes’ trom Mesxies’ Clty lend
fresh Communist dead atop hun-) break the deadlock i the now| death penalty to-day for six of | safely at Acapulco yesterday, bi
dreds already killed in the week suspended negotiations between! the ten persons on trial here for|as winds increased all outgoi
old battle of the bloody ridge Britain and Iran over the oil! the assassination of King Abdul-| flights were cancelled,
—U.P. (nationalization —U.P., lah of Jordan.—U.P. \ —U.P.
India Will Not A tiend Peace Ta fi: S|
By DONALD J. GONZALES never been anything more tham clined for comment. But , boycott » conference
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 + faint possibility that the raid privately that In dia hi i U.S. and bi tain have a
India has decided to reject the Indians would sign the treaty ag aod - 4 tha the overwhelmir
American invitation to attend the The United States and Britain e conferer ority of the nat } atte
San Francisco peace conference. earlier this month ignored India’s ‘ne 2 nds that india I the conference will gn th
The objections to the Japanese suggestions that the treaty e- to sign the t ao , uWeaty But i il force
Peace Treaty diplomatic officials turn Ryukyu and Bonin Islands attespuled in | povicl be weakened hy t bsen
disclosed on Saturday to Japan, clear the way for the a ur , I B
ransfer of Formosa to Commu- ay» Pe ra Are i
The Indian decision vas in- nist China and avoid authoriza- cus¢ : Ay =
terpreted imme rovi tion for foreign troops to rematr aOR | nit : :
trengtt hand Japa elk Gre as
be ¢ e i Tehr i ‘
| . Steins : oF The British Fore Office in. senre I i |
| er ! and Briti tate London said that rite “dis- peace confer i ele evi tween east ar vest
n.¢ hope that Inc appointed at the Indian decision i it nez } rf Ko
lelegation to S No comment f OF (
‘Fra although = the State Department official ie- é t , UP



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ay



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To Discuss Hurricane Relies

Robert Newton,

n
i the
and economic
cocoa and castor| of Friday's nurricane.

i; Stuffs and

og

Meartimne
‘the Government moved to protec Cafe said “T &
the future supply, both of food- | the cutie ane
|
|
'
'

termined to build
with new energy



In reply

follows Jamaica is deepl If
rateful to Your Majesty's mor
rd me 2e. Your loyal subj
— island are undismayed 5 \
disaster Encouraged by You |



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TEHERAN, Au :
DEFPI Y PREMIER Hosei, Fates id that [ran was
ready ell crude oil from its stocks in Abadar cast
to “any foreign customer.” He said that the Iran Govern-
ment had instructed the oil commission in charge of the
nationalised industry to submit a report promptly on the
ways and means of comt tting the “economic disaster”
threatened by the break-off of the talks with Britain,
{ He said that Iran did need
=e any foreign experts for the 5
duction of crude oil or for ‘















- wi refined produc ine
Starvation engineers could do the A}
though the great refi t at
vr tie Wiis Abadan is still in
\ hreatens J ca of the British owned
MUNG LOW, och, Aue vd wn OI Ce many, Fat
Swi Vewen suresccns nun- ener te it pl ain tha
areus of Jamaicans aisei spac alah babe. Py)
ase week's hurricane, uniess Aas Een at os cme
largeseale reiiel arrives Faterni saiel that Tran wa
Quickly trom abroad. Thou- position to Nt * quantities of
sands of homeless who can- crude oil, but admitted tha
ot get shetier in churches could supply only a limited
and schools are living in mand for retined products pt
caves and huts made of tree ently He also revealed for
broaches, first time the text of the le
Many peasants have been handed to the United States medi-
subsisting on fallen green tor W. Averell Harriman just
bananas, fruit and yams. fore Harriman boarded the







Most Jamaicans in devasta- plane for Belgrade last night
ted areas are living on im- The letter written by Premi«
ported foods principally Mohammed M egh express¢
flour, canned meat, pickles thanks to Harrimar efforts
fish ang rice. More ship- resolve the impasse, The letter
ments are on the way to the mounted to rejection of the pro-
island. Is made by the Br h Cab

The Jamaica Government | et Minister Richard Stokes He
has warned both city and | id that they were incompatible
rural population to _ poii ith Iran’s economic indepen-
drinking water and anti- ence and that Tran would not
Typhoid inoculations are be- onsider giving 50 per cent. d
ing given at all hospitals and count te a purchasing ergan
clinies, tion. He said too that Iran ne:

UP. intended to confiscate the An b~
Ironian assets.—-U.P.
os ———-— —_—



Trade idicon
Brazil, Yugoslavia
Can Be Expanded

~Brazilian Vice-President

LONDON,

een, ica’s

» Will

‘in, S

August 25
The Bravilian Vice-Presiden

Joao Cafe Filho said yesterday in
Jelgrade that there is every pos-

Fra Our 7 ’
Pea eee ae ibility for the expansion of trade

Correspondent)

: : between the two countries,
; JAMAIC A, Aug, 24 according to the Yugoslav news
Jamaica’s Financial Secretary agency Tanjug The dispatch

will fly to Londo
discussions wit
Office on financia
matters arising ou

monitored here quoted Cafe as
saying that Brazil is interested in
Yugoslav products and could ex-
port cotton and coffee,

Tuesday for
Colonial

“T am eonvinéed thut
government of
carrying out a
economic reor-

Yugoslavia are
reat task

building material

in the

The British Consul General ranization and industrialization of
{New York called the | G yarns their country The efforts being
J Ivis that 1 x ted tn Y 1 islavia for it :
Nations be asked to offer eadichi 1 velopment evoke my deepest ad-

experts, and the Governor repliec | miration,”’
stating that Jamaica was at pres- He said that he was deeply im-
preoccupied with emergency] pressed by the Yugoslav “Jugo-
ef, but as soon as reconstruc- | vinil’ plastics factory, and believ-
tion had been attacked, the ex-|ed that a ernllit one hould |
rert vould be needed and the! °re' oH in Br vail Cafe wreathe ,
nited Nations contacted Unknown — Soldier
to mb on Mount Avala near Bel

King’s r
Jamaica Execu

ta the
ympathy, the

Couneil on Thursday eabl

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THURS oy

Kews Houmas’ “a ’ ette : = °
y _ 2 BTOWN -
ROYAL EMPIRE sath [nasa comfy | Ub
~—.s TODAY “7 -o PACKS Dp. KOMANCE-DANGER!
Gov-

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Robert Sens se j
20th Century Fox presents NOW SHOWING 4.45 & 8.30 DAILY MITCHUM Ghmnn ge : THE BIG STEAL” IS Sees the v To Take Up New
B LANCASTER ernor and Lady Savage, have *
“a CHINATOWN CHUMP Se I & 1 FOUND A poG | given their patronage te the av~ eerste Appointment

jal and Merchant Navy Welfare Se hs ne
zeague Fair which is to be held M* W. A. C. “BILL.” STUART,









G G



in his first BIG Technicolor
WESTERN !

a a ee a neem



| COMING






































I

° t the j C septe > r.C.A. Manag here since
BEAT THE BAND & TARZAN Ano THe HUNTRESS |||, So Delt Hall'on Septembes this iime began operating
. Frandes LANGFORD i VIESSMULLER ? t . ? qd c .

as J INGEA NCE = v ‘ through Barbados in 1949, left

LiOGa Ra. 4 —————— —_ . ; te : ; Rs

‘ | a = eae oem Chere will be the usual stalls, yesterday for Canada by T.C.A.

' > a) @ Ewer. jijineuding Househotd, Variety, He was recently appointed fo a
VALLEY” | PLAZA parti GALETY _fiisweets, Cares, Lucky iv, white fechileal position itr thelr heed
” Today to Tuesday — 5 @& 8.30 pm THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES ee gupes’ i diuger Wed a o = ee =. not

| i DAY ot deen alse pames < 8 a rom Mr. Stuart is Mr. Harolc
with cane ' / |] TWO — FROM MILWAUKEE fi a MORROW nip as well stocked bar. Baxter who accompanied by his
aa Solor by Technicolor | . y oN ga ‘ ‘ wife and two children arrived

i‘ 4 , abn Wayne in Added attraction is the one act nee GtzsvOu

Robert WALKER Dennis MORGAN Jack CARSON ‘6 play . 7 ne sada eniaeres Wiacate here several weeks ago.
Sally FORREST ‘ and TYCOON entitled “The Lady from Abroad,” Sh rt H lid:
tea : Color by Technicolor g somedy by Mz Son-=- o Oneny

Adventure, ~—— in its ” | SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS | i aint ene DAY Seemann patel a ne ’ RRIVING from Canada by

Be : ————T anc € 5: 4 I anc ae

Rugged Best » eee eeonten ‘ TUESDAY ‘only? 8.30 p.n The artistes taking part are T.C.A. early yesterday morn-

: 3 Joel McCREA Alexis SMITH | “SPIRAL STAIRCASE Frank Collymore, Eleanor Hew- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Trevor
: 2 | Zachary SCOTT | waht itt-Myring, Mrs Howe, John Clarke and their baby son Chris.
TO-MORROW and TUESDAY == area et Wai ee roe Tae ac Ee Delphin, Pat Raison and Greta They Th aee eee Aenets i spend

4.30 & 8.15 pm, —_—x SSS Bancroft. snort holiday with their rela-
if Tickets are obtainable from Mr. ives. Mrs. Clarke is the former

The Fox Super Double...



GLOBE THEATRE ae
TONITE 8.20 p.m. and continuing
Hedy (Delilah) LAMBARR Ray MILLAND

anne Johnson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Johnson.

Other arrivats by the same plane
were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mc-

Jeanne CRAIN &
William LUNDIGAN



To Take Veterinary Degree

MOIG wie runes.






































y + ” . Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Halli-
in R. HAROLD GIBBS, son of Mr. W. A. C. “Bill” Stuart, T.C.A. Qo Gnd Mr. T. Kine f
| : IN } Mr and Mrs. Cuthbert Manager here, since this airline oP ;
tertk tibbes ‘Jef. von: ainade oo min © avi h h Rarbader .
«« PINKY” Hi Gipbe iott tor Canada yesterday beean operating threes creas" To Be Married To-morrow
: Y N i idays with his parents, Mr. and He has been appointed te a tech- ISS DOROTHY ROSS, only
* (\! Mrs. Gibbs were in Canada to nical position in Montreal. von Gmighaer of Mr. and | Mrs,
and } e him graduate at MacDonald y: A. Ross of “Rosemary,” 9th ‘
Extras: “CHAYPAGNE FOR TWO” |College with a B.Sc. degree. ae ~ era erie ae for Canada
“> THE CL OC tow | iti 1, r Q* Harold is now returning to take the manager could let a cancelled ~ Tomorrow night at 7 o'clock she
eo , HARRY M. POPKIN presents Talent Audition TO-DAY 9.30 a.m. } his veterinary degree at the On- booking at five minutes’ notice. is to be married to Mr. Noel Ed-
St P o 9 | eee SJ 'tario Veterinary ae This This summeg rooms have been left wards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
Starring - - - will take him 4 a years. a le Mwaerde “Cf ; ”
s ROBERT YOUNG YP FPP SOCSSS EROS SS FOO POPES OP FROCO POPP OOPS OSPF PFS | ea Sane ae evens ne Fee ay a eaeees go ee gi
eeraglta stint - " a % % Festival Doldrums Many people now go by coach Barba dus to settle vaashs ;
— ‘ ‘T ) &' &' »' » or car to Stratford to go to the ~~ — z Tale 4
P 4 a
and Robert WALKER BF ry DRAKE in a % JANE TA DRESS SHIOF JT is a gloomy Festival year for ng only. Fewer are staying in With Caroni Ltd.
. Stre rd-on-Av is f the town, > *
LOWE O! STREE Stratford-on-Avon. This © ‘ 5 ei R. KEITH ROBERTS came
See eet ee ee ret eet wo. JOHN SUTTON: HENRY O'NEILL - FLORENCE BATES MORRIS CARNOVSKY. produced by MORT BRISKIN $ LOWER BROAD STREET all towns, after London, might ex- The Memorial Theatre is full M in on BWIA’s flight from
wre ROBERT SMITH - ovectes ty JAMES V.KERN « orga Sereenpiay by ROBERT SMTi » Musica! Ovecten By MAT W.FINSTON | pect to reap the finest tourist every night. But it is possible Trinidad. yesterday morning to
OLYMPIC ee ee eee ect re | ‘}harvest from the lavish Festival to get seats at short notice. Dur- spend a couple of weeks holi-
4 : of Britain publicity abroad. But ing the winter the theatre spent (4) with relatives at Hindsbury
at of all Types 3 visitors are far fewer than last nee — a Hn Road. Keith is with Caronji Ltd.
- . - 9 a+ Ss m ans room tor ov, re Tr ad. *“
LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY or ; ee : ae ibtiee. ALS a. 3 eon out of ten of the small People in the seven-month season. 7 ee by the same plane
4.30 & 8.15 p.m. DELIGHTFUL , — and boarding houses are phe five Shakespeare show- eat ee . > =. at
. sd a tia sisi ~ | having a poor season. places, including the birthplace ~OTns8(o! nae oom <
, OPENING NEXT FRIDAY * HANDBAGS SHOPPING BASKETS . Even at the Shakespeare, big- ang Ann Hathaway's cottage are /” Trinidad for 10 days.
FOX SUPER DOUBLE ..... | BEACH BASKETS gest hotel in the town, pressure administered by a Trust. They U.S. Visit
i ~ ~ » ee is less than last year. Many report that from April to the end aoa heat eed . f
in Raffia and Straw from $1.96 to $6.84 ,|Americans and other overseas of June nearly 40 per cent, fewei I EAV ING by B.W.LA s. morning
« LAER pn in Exclusive Shapes and Gay Colours %} visitors have cancelled their book- Americans visited the birthplace. *~ Per on a . gt Ss
; ngs at short notice Last year via Antigua were Mrs. J. A. Mar-
“* th ° a zi 4G D ipcabdeeiemesantnah Madsetibameesonesoensooedt Last year the birthplace was tineau and her sister M Alma
| just got, rough paying the bills for é visited by 156,000 people. ie riffith of “Clifton Terrace”, Up-
| j total will not reach 100,000 this per Bay Street.

her wedding Gnd now... @ BABY!" y year, unless there is an improve- Mrs. Martineau has gone there
ment soon. for medical treatment while her
/ \V7- | Sh - T sister accompanied her. They will

\L— iz eside in New York City

Lh — ooting lou: i W . :

« “ —_—T }

HE Berbados Rifle Associa- With U.B.O.T,
tion are preparing for their M AND MRS. FRED LEWIS
arrived from Trinidad yes-

TECHNICOLOR ‘ — SPENCER

TRACY | =














visit to Trinidad late in October
Tar | | his year to take part in the inter- terday morning to spend two weeks
BENNETT r | olonial tournament and Anchor joliday in Barbados, staying at the
* Cup shoot, between Barbados, | Hotel Royal. They were accom-
: cf ide 3ritish Guiana. 0 nemin aint a" ha ‘ tier Fthcaotin
ELIZABETH Ws a GMs | —the easiest, simplest way in wee oe eee Se ae
bundie of HOWLING | committee has been appointed tO gineer with UB.OT., Point oak.

* *
to visit arrange cake sales and any other
means of raising funds. As usual Ti =
this committee is looking forward Retired Inspector, Schools

: th Ola Co ner ‘o the support of the public R. FREDERICK W. CHRISTO-
oF; 7 PHER, Inspector of Schools,
x a le ya U Y T.C.A. Engineer St. Kitts, Nevis
rr
7

joy for tie HIT!
millions who
loved “Father

of the Bride!”

i and Anguilla has

s , wetired after thirty years as an

‘ R. AND MRS. ROSS MAC- inspector
Travel in the famous “NORTH STAR AVA KENZIE and their two He is at present holidaying in
Skyliners from Barbados. «{ daughters Heather and Gail were Barbados, en route to the U.S.
imong the passengers leaving yes



“PANIC IN THE |
sg allie Laser a |
STREETS ”°

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GARDENING HINTS
FOR AMATEURS

THE GARDEN IN AUGUST
ACHIMENES
Eucharist Lilies

Like Anthuriums, the Eucharist
Lily has of late years been
steadily growing in popularity.
Our Winter visitors have broken
down the old fashioned idea that
this beautiful Lily is only suita-
ble for use in funeral wreaths,
and, to-day the Eucharist Lily is



in Window-

generally speaking, a minor crop ihcreased production of local
in the West Indies. During the commodities where these can be used extensively for all kinds of
War efforts were made to in- substituted advantageously for decoration.
crease its production and Jamai- articles which now figure large- ae
ca appears to have made sub- ly in imports. In common with Propagation —
stantial progress in this direction. our neighbours, this island de- _The Eucharist Lily is grown
It is now reported that the isiand pends on imported corn meal from Bulb. Plant the Bulb
is likely to be self-supporting in and it comes from dollar sources, almant steely une: fe oat,
its requirements with a ; @ peint which will receive full oS Eee. ee Gey a oF ay
: 7 7 en , : Ui be planted in any good garden
for export. Whe recent consideration, no doubt, in the < ¢ ‘ arde
= eae ee | . soil, in a pot, a tub, or a garden
cane may have had an rinidad discussions affecting bed. In two weeks’ time the
effect on these develo food imports. Further, it should Bulb should spring : i
Any setback, we hope be recognised that the imported s : â„¢
be of a temporary nature in the meal! is principally a by-product, Position
interest of West Indian « momy Since a good proportion of the Eucharist Lilies prefer a moist
28 ata in nue of the nourishment has ‘been elimina shady “pesition’ shelered {vom
u But" lank 1as, t in the process of removing the excessive wind. These Lilies
hitherto, not been conducive of seems which are expressed into are temperamental things. and
large yields and corn has ie Ol, some Of Which at one time even when put in the most
to be regarded as an unprofitable was sold in these markets under favourable position, they take a
crop except for the small culti- various trade names and used long time to settle down and
vator who includes it in his for culinary purposes. Those feel “at home”. So do not be
mixed productions; for use in the were the days of seeming plenty discouraged if they are slow in
home dietary and as a feed in fats and oils and of severe Starting to flower. Another thing.
principally for his poultry, the competition with the products of It is said that they flower best
surplus being sold mainly to Our coconut and cotton indus- when the Bulbs have increased
hucksters either in the ‘green’ tries. and become close-packed in pot
Stage for roasting, boiling and The great advantage of af pet. a_i oe ee
for soup (and what a delicious processed, imported corn meal slownest jig radia —
poup) as well as in the dried that it keeps and, in applying ~ a
State for conversion into meal—a the term by-product above Treatment
rather scarce and comparatively should be explained that in the Eucharist Lilies require no
high priced article nowadays United States, the principal source special treatment, and, as long as
On estates, corn is grown for the Of supply, the bulk of the corn the plant appears healthy, with
most part as a ‘catch’ crop with crop is utilized the feeding dark-green glossy leaves, it is
wide spacing and often without of livestock, the hog being best left alone. It has been said
that attention to such practices largest consumer. No recent that Eucharist Lilies flower all the
as manuring and seed selection figures are available in this con- year round, but the generally
as is usually followed with a nection, but a fair estimate accepted idea is that the flowering
major crop. For all these reasons, that 85 per cent. or more of the period is at Easter time, around
the total production, yield per total crop goes into animal pro- Mareh—April.
acre and annual value of the duction. Since exports as grain The flowers are borne on long
crop are not easily ascertain- sre practically negligible, the re- thick green stems and the pure
able. If production is to be con- mainder goes into direct con- White blooms, rather stiff and
siderably increased—and events sumption in various forms with ;y@*¥ iP ee Lge all a
may justify this—then an or- a comparatively small percent- to ae ee Wear ay Howers
sary with emphasis on more ine mille, Among. ‘by-products ave ans, ilies last well in water
z : a 1 ae So YY =P! and any bud that is sufficiently
tensive fie¥i methods, efficient starch and a table syrup which, developed will open after it has
drying and storage of the crop in Canada, is a competitor been picked and kept in water.
‘to prev@nt losses from moldi- Barbados table molasses. Corn Eucharist Lilies look particularly
ness, insects and rodents and the the most important crop in the beautiful when mixed with
provision of modern milling United States, both in acreage Anthuriums, Tube-roses and
methods. In this connection, it and value, and on a world basis Queen Ann's Lace.
is noted that Trinidad is con- it is greater in amount than any f
sidermg the possibility of de- other cereal grain cultivated. : Achimenes i
voting part of the expenditure (to be continued). Achimenes, those charming
little Pansy like flowers, are
generally regarded as plants for
wey ee SRM Tok eee Ses fas ccs Scania, ae accualin'é Hanging Baskets, and very lovely
m aes th. they do look in Baskets, But
Rupert and the Sorcerei Ld Achimenes can also be grown
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Last week we discussed the Then ferm a piping for the open- *
styling and sewing of patch ing by making box pleat ‘
pockets, This week we will ex- corner, Pre this carefully \
plain the procedure for making the iron and then baste the American
some other types of pockets. fogether to hold them in place .
The piped pocket is made like til you have ed © pore Brassieres
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top and baste this crease to the ays = ; i hos — . facing for th: °
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half inch but this may be varied ec Natia 7 win at sectio eave
to suit the style. oe ve. oe oe
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exactly in the centre of the rect- [fa cuff ij ed it should be cut |} ‘e
angle and to within a fourth of gouble or wv th facir ern Al 2 , S
an inch of the corners then cut e re First stitch the cuff dy Ladies Cotton
me © except the one to be joinet] , : . 5
to the pocket. Trim the seam \ Panties I rt out
800d mixture of soil and manure. and slash wherever necessary
In_ planting up a basket with Turn and press carefull | 60
Achimenes, first line the Basket Baste the cuff to th edge of ; {{' C. of WORK CLO I HES
ae bi —aeamees Fibre, bring- the pocket, wrong ic of cuff i ‘ ’
Little aleve pe udes Aha a right side of dress. Over this pin|' Children’s Cotton :
eee @ the rim at the top, or baste the pocket facing or top | }!) easter t an ANY
Put in a layer of mould, and place’ inner section-of pocket. Stitch |) \7 ’
a few Tubers about the botton d trim sean Cimatns tne ' Vests
5 ao Pree ate py, seams will make much neater |}} Yes, FAB — even in the hardest water — will get
hese eventually push ee babi irti arments cleaner iter *j
theattiehs “dha Bibra anit neces” the b as there are at least four sear \ 2 FOR $1 00 the dirtiest garments ¢ leaner, w hiter, brighter — and
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up the Basket with mould and ! 1e facing to th ‘an i \ ‘ , wash—use FAB...put it on your grocer’s list TO-
plant the rest of the Tubers about hold th faci in place | " Children 5 Cotton , ae
the top. Press them’ in firmly. ! titchi should not show « ) WK, shea. ' + “t
Achimenes like to be well watered tet f the cre j > ti S ash ¥ with FAB actually
so keep them moist, Nowe» tt \ { rantles SAVES f
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time, that is to say from the ume d stitched Aft ehin I H. 4
they are planted until the time edges of the pocket | the toy , . Use ALF as
they die down. But for the best of the pock« cl present | my. 2 ’ .
results, they should be re-planted stretching rd Lo i Children s Plastic much Fab as
early in the year. After some to handle for the re of the 1 4 :
months of flowering the plants jp This type of pocket 1):) Raincoats
die down. They must be cut off, pe finished before ti ide searna | \
and the Tubers left to rest. After ,, gore. seams of ; rt , 1 {t
that the Basket must be turned pasted or stitched. re 2? 40
out and the Tubers separated . . 1 (t °
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with fresh mould and the Tubers , . 7 int se ae PAH DOCK yy AT THE
re-planted again. : See me eet We REEL i
This should be done once a fps ae A the Ries “74 i
year pe RACE Mi < eees ) ’ i‘
$ should open elsewhere. A centre mn) MODI RN
Position front or a centre back openit } i) f 7
Achimenes will grow and Usually best. If the opening must |} D 1” Ga Go
flower in the sun, but they prefer be on the side try to arrange 1 (tt
a certain amount of shade such Have the pocket enter tix id }

as the dappled shade to be found
under trees. Above all they hate
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skipper Jackie Grant
the first West Indies team ever to tour
in 1930 iil the West Indies had dared hope was that they

j i respectable display against the accepted
d cricket personalities like the great Don Bradman
Kippax, W. A. Old-

to place such a trio in the field again in this century—L.
tantine, G. N. Francis and H. C. Griffith
But the genius of George Headley as a world class batsman and

remainder of the batting responsibility, in the hands
t batsmen like L. Bartlett, I. Barrow, F. R.
Roach, rest in tried and competent hand

not disgraced but Australia won four
tive Tests and the West Indies won one
vill li that Australia won the first Test
rice vickets despite attractive batting
B (84), C. A.» Roach (56) in
init kipper Jackie Grant who
t in each innin ith a scote of over fifty
his fir lest and this record should
al is so unique.
est at S saw ‘he West Indians
iefeated by innings and
pe the Australi to dismiss the
for 107 and 90 in reply to their own
THE RUBBER

the Australians a third win and
Australia
Bradman 223, W, H. Ponsford 109 saw the West Indies

with. 193 of which George Headley scored 102 not out.

total of

Tronmonge

batting s

ting

captaincy

declared with 124 for 5 in spite of two
shting innings by Fairfax 60 not out and MeCabe
West

Australia were all out for 220 to give tt





Added to this
will have the
Walcott.

5 for
ored their
won the rubber.
Australian
inning and
enough to



and bowling,
by Grant combined to give the
Indies victory in the fifth Test at
West Indies ;
declared, F. R.
Headley
cipal scorers.

Australia
ing

105 and G, C

replied with 224, Fairfax top-sc
with 54 rhe






Wha

The “follow on” saw them all out this time for
19 being

inira const

chiefly responsible.



won the Fourth Te
122 runs. The Wes
ve an innings defeat against an
for 8 declared.
whp took
of

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r Wi, WIN

weather-luck and

ydney.
pu&d up ) for six ‘wickets
Martin 123 not. out, George
Grant 62 being the prin-



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44
Indie y by 30 runs.
‘'TER BALANCED TEAM
HEN John Goddard's t takes the field
this time, in spite of what the results may
will be a better balanced We Indies team
than thiat whic tourer Australia twenty-one
year ago and moral will be higher since
| it will be for the most part the team that created
| Indies cricket histor coring the first
| West Indies Test win ever at 1 i

the captain

ole benefit of the “W

history, Sonny Ramadhin and Alf Valentine,

E stolidit

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once

thrust.

will be

Indies and

ombination of all round

STOLIDITY

Atan Rae and tihe



on hand to give

ibility,

11 for 79 in the match

148 runs, C. C.
The Australians had
cutive Test win of the series and had

at Melbourne in two days
Indies 99 and 107 was not

Australian

was the chief
















GEORGE HEADLEY

will be the same John Goddard and
ormation, Worrell, Weekes

more the bowling twins that have made world

iceful batsmanship of Jeffrey
8 the West Indies a decent
heir innings. Gerry Gomez whose all round ability has saved
t his’ native Trinidad more times than I
will also be available and the close-to-the-wicket
brilliance of Robert Christiani will be there as well.

Youngsters who will be knocking at the door of opportunity

tried stalwarts fail or are not available will be Ken Rickards
Denis Atkinson. Simpson Guillen can be trusted to do a good
behind th icket whenever Walcott is not available,
TRIED PLAYERS
~{ERGUSON tried all rounder, John Trim, pace bowler already
vith International honours and Prior Jones a member of
West Indies teams that toured India and England

experience

greatest
ill probably be

proven

172 runs.

West

SUNDAY ADVOCATE * **'

Bowiers Have
A Good Day

BOWLERS were generally on top yesterday on rain
affected wickets as the fourth series of First Division

~. Cricket games opened.

N. Marshall who bagged 7 Combermere wickets for 22
runs, and A. Holder who took 6 Spartan wickets conceding

27 runs, were outstanding.
COLLEGE vs. POLICE
~olid@a..,..... xaavaphtic

O, Edgehill top scored with 13,
80 =I. Burke of Y.M.P.C. and K. B

College (flor 4 wie. i114 Warren of Carlton bagged five

wickets each. Burke returned the
senieal Sie ‘ figures of 12.5 O., 2 M., 39 R, 5
themseives 1 a's yr $ i‘ . . y
ins wneir peaacn sou Leona W. While Warren's figures were
‘ . . - 15 9)
After bowling ‘out Police for. ou 15 O., 6 M., 28 R., 5 W. R. Austin,
runs, the school team went on ty Who took 3 for 37, bowled well
score 114 runs tor the loss of 19%. Y.M.P.C. For Carlton, NS
aE mf Lucas, taking 3 for 35 and K
four wickets , 5 &
Hero batsmen of the day were im 2 for 5, turned in use-
C. W. Smith, tre opening Luc ing performances,
who was caught at 49 and N sP) AN vs. E :
Harrison, whose wicket is stil! cue ne vs. EMPIRE 15
intact, with 33. ae : Fa ie yaa
College won the toss and sent Empire (ior 2 whts,) ........... 34
Police to bat. ‘ihe wicket \ fine bowling performance by
heavy then and favourable iv left arm bowler A, Holder of
bowlers. During his 10 overs Mr. Pmpixe in which he took 6 Spar-
Sam Headley captured three ee ee runs et Queen's
wickets for 28 runs. H. Simmons cee wees me in a ee
average of three wickets for 14 his teary Fi nights 4 for pee
runs in 31 overs was the best in ‘thie a iat Bernien at alge
This bowler had the policemen wickets, in hand, ain nee 42
in trouble all the Ume. runs to gain a first innings’ lead
_ The other bowler who helped to against their rivals.
dismiss Police for their smali Holder sent down just over 20
score was C. W. Smith who 4 overs of which 5 were maidens.
ao overs claimed two for 11 Fast bowler H. Barker took 3 of
une, the wickets for 15 runs. He sent
down 12 overs including 5 maid-
None of the Police batsmen ever ens. J
got set. The 3 who scored double Play did not start until 2.30 p.m.
figures were A. Blenman 10, J. on account of the rain affected
Byer, the skipper i7 and C, Brad- ground. This was especially the
shaw 12. Had it not been tor case with the outfield where some
slack flelding by the College boys, â„¢ud puddles could be seen. |
Police would doubtlessly have Spartan won the toss and decid-
ocen bowled out for less runs, €4 to bat on a_ wicket which,
Many catches were dropped, though somewhat impaired, prov-
On a somewhat drier wicket; ed to have no terrors for the bats-
College took the field and it was ™©"
evident froin the start that they
intended having a go at the small
score which had been made 4A, Atkins and A. Haynes open-
egainst them, C. W. Smith went eq the Spartan innings to the
after his runs in a free, easy, bowling of H. Barker and S. Rud-
assured way. He executed his der. The score went up slowly bu‘
strokes with power and treated soon Skipper Alleyne brought on
the bowling more as if he were his slow men H. King and A.
at the practising nets. He was Holder, These demanded a great
finally caught when one short of deal of respect on the then turning
his fifty when the Police skipper, Wicket, but it was left to fast
Byer, ibrought on himself as a bowler Barker in his second spell
change bowler, Kinch took the eee the Zr: re mE aa
catch. side, aynes foot got in front o
‘orrison’s ¢ , 94 rae 4 delivery and he was out for a
conn Hazrieon's Stay of $9. Wwe well played 20. His score might
ool alae Lari ees ~ have been bigger had not the mud
aoa never troubled about the paddles naar. Se pavillon, oye
ha th eo satan. Venee e ba rom going to the
__ The fast bowlers, Bradshaw joundary on a few occasions. The
and Mullins commanded most score was now 31
aint ee aoe wer bowling very L. F. Harris partnered Atkins
ast. Mullins took one wicket put after seeing a single added to
while Bradshaw was not success- the total, snicked a delivery from
ful in getting any wickets, Byer Holder and wicket-keeper Robin-
took two for 16 in seven overs. son made no mistake. Harris was
7 : t for nought. The luncheon in-
CARLTON vs. Y.M.P.C. ‘sr val was then taken.
Carlton 120 and (without loss) 12 On the resumption Skipper
¥.M.P.C, Lichiisssaesdecseresne’ Th Walcott went out ao ae
vy aw . anew Waleott showed good - form from
Carlton led Y.M.P.C. by 49 runs the start and scored with some
on their first innings yesterday, freedom. The score had- only
the first day of their first divis- reached 37, however, when Atkins
tom, fixture at Black Rock, induced to come forward to one of
Carlton batted first on a wicket Holder’s slows, mistimed and was
that was soft and awkward for out for obstruction with 12 to his
120 runs. Y.M.P,.C. followed and credit. S. Griffith and Walcott
before time of call they collapsed peony runs to Wa ee Mee
for 71. In 20 minutes left for Griffith edging a delivery _ from
play, Carlton got 12 runs with- Barker, was caught by wicket-
out loss keeper for 2 S. Chase and
Walcott pushed the score passed
Bowlers On Top the 50 mark, this having been
The bowlers were On top made in 68 minutes, With the
throughout the day and few gcore at 55 Walcott who had been
batsmen passed double figures, trying to force the pace was
C. McKenzie and C. White played bowled by Barker for 17, made
the two best supporting innings in good _ style. The remaining
for Carlton by scoring 30 and 29 batsmen offered little resistance
respectively while for Y.M.P.C., On page 6.

This visit of the West Indies team to Australia brings to my
mind an article by the Right Hon, Herbert V. Evatt, K.C., MLP.,
Deputy Prime Minister of Australia in the 1949 Wisden,

He writes “Since the re-establishment of Test cricket after World
War II, a most heartening fact has been its very firm hold on all
peoples throughout the British Commonwealth and Empire.

DEPUTY P.M.’S) VIEWS
HAT has happened since 1945?”, the article goes on to State. “A
real renaissance of cricket throughout the British Commonwealtn
On the very day we read of Homeric Tests between the West Indies
and India and strenuously fought Tests between England and South
Africa,

“I think we should all bear in mind that success ebbs and flows
like the tide. A combination of circumstances, some adventitious,
operated against England both in Australia in 1946-47 and in

England in 1948.
FORTUNATE

“Fa aoe was most fortunate that Bradman was able, not only

to effect a recovery from serious illness, but to show a great
deal of his pre-war form. The rapid approach of Arthur Morris
to the clas‘ical standard of Warren Bardsley and the almost flawless
batsmanship of Barnes gave Australia, for the first time for many
years, something like the guarantee of a good start. Simultaneously
the fast bowling of Lindwall and the recovery of W. Johnston helped
greatly towards Australia’s success,

“In the long run, these things always even up. Who should dare
to say that in five years’ time, the cricket supremacy within the British
Commonwealth will not have passed to the West Indies? What a boon
that would be, even if only to drive home the lesson in cricket it is
not an affair only of Lord’s or the Oval or of Sydney or Melbourne.”

Harrison Co¥lege Hive put







Spartan Bat











TUESDAY, 1951

EMBERS FOR BARBADOS

Jamaican Derby Winner
Bought Locally

By BOOKIE

FPHE news that the latest Jamaican Derby win-

ner, Embers, has been bought by Mr. M. E. R.
Bourne of this island opens yet another chapter
in the affairs of West Indian Racing. Previously
tive Jamaican Derby winners have been sold to
Trinidad while many*years ago one of the first
winners of this classic, Saraband, was sold, I
believe, to Grenada. This is the first time however
Derby winner has been sold to ownership in

AUGUST 21,





that a Jamaican
Barbados.

Embers is also the first of these Derby winners that has been
bought within a few days of their winning the race. It will there-
fore be interesting to learn if this filly will complete the racing
season in Jamaica or whether she will come immediately to Barba-
dos to race at our November meeting before going on to Trinidad for
the Christmas fixture. The purchase price is rumoured to be $5,000
and while this is a record for any Jamaican bought in Barbados it
is not as much as was paid for such as Raphael or Footmark, both
of which, incidentally, were not Jamaican Derby winners. It is also
jJower than the price paid for the Barbados Derby winner Sweeper IL
who was sold to Mr. C, L. Trestrail of Trinidad in 1945 for $7,000.

I am not conversant with Embers’ form in Jamaica, except that
she won the Derby and Oaks, but now that she will be coming for
the Trinidad Derby it certainly throws a new slant on this race. The
picture at present is one with the Jester 1] frmiy Installed as a
tavourite and unless he Je#ee tne Arima Derby Trial Stakes next
Saturday there Is no reason why he could not remain in this position
for some time. Second favourite is Best Wishes with a particularly
strong reputation enhanced when she won the Barbados Derby early
this month while at longer odds must be counted another Jamaican
bred, Paris, and the Trinidad creole Rock Diamond,

URING the next few months of course the trend of events may

cause us to think differently and by that time we should be on
a better footing to compare Embers with the horses on this
side of the Caribbean and to accord her a firm place in the betting. In
previous years we might not have had to do this at all because what
we had on this side was not up to much, But no one in their right
senses would say that just because a horse won theJamaican Derby
this year she must automatically become favourite for the Trinidad
Derby as well.

Of course one of the striking similarities about every Jamaican
horse to come to TrMmidad classified above B class is that they have
all been said to be the best horses ever bred in that Colony. In fact
a very noticeable feature of every Jamaican racing season is that it
unfailingly produces a champion of champions. Up to now I have
not heard exactly what reputation Embers has in Jamaica as a
three-year-old but I know she was rated as one of the top two-year
olds in 1950 according to a very glowing report by a Jamaican cor-
respondent in the English Magazine “Racing Review.”

For my part I quite agree that some very good horses have been
sent from Jamaica to Trinidad since the advent of the Brown Bomber
and Commando II but they have left us with very definite ideas about
which were the genuine champions and which were not. Unlike
Jamaica we have been getting along quite well with our fair share
of good ones and bad ones efid while our champions may not have
been frequent yet we have had a few. Maybe that is why it has
been easier for us to pick out the best. Maybe it is also why we
should feel that in 1951 the Jamaicans will have to be of the very
best if they hope to beat Best Wishes—if she is fit!

THE CIPRIANI MEMORIAL

HE BIG A CLASS RACE at Arima has for the last few years been

known as the Cipriani Memorial Cup. The distance, which has
been changed from time to time, was 742 furlongs this year and as
such it should have proved an excellent test for the eleven horses
which were originally entered. Among them were such versatile
performers as Devon Market, Nan Tudor, Blue Streak, Sunny Game,
Footmark and Mark Twain who have all shown that they combine
just the right amount of speed and stamina suitable to a race of this
nature, There were also the newcomers Lupinus and Tuffley Belle
who gave similar promise in this direction. The race, however, hit a
bad patch when Nan Tudor, Sunny Game and Golden Quip were
withdrawn and further misfortune when the rain appeared on the
scene,

In the actual running it suffered still further from a lack of rivalry
when the English form horse Downupsi trailed the field in a ridiculous
manner and both Mark Twain and Footmark ran many pounds below
their best form. This left good oid Blue Stréak to set the early pace
and after doing so for six furlongs it was a tribute to his honesty that
he only gave in to the up and coming Lupinus after a dour struggle.
This meant that Mr. Tass Tawil gained both first and second places
in this Cup race, a distinction which must make him feel very satisfied
indeed, especially so to think that now old Blue Streak is past his
best, he has one like Lupinus to take over.

The colt Lupinus, who won three races and came second in his
fourth at the recent Trinidad June meeting, has therefore shown that
his form at that fixture was no flash in the pan, He is, I understand,
a fine upstanding colt. However, with so many of the best in A clas:
off form perhaps it would be better to wait until next Saturday when
he must take on Nan Tudor and Ostara over six furlongs before we
decide exactly how much he is worth. Incidentally he will have to
give Nan Tudor 10 lbs., and Ostara 3 lbs. That, I think, will take
some doing.

OR THE rest of the first day’s racing at Arima I think the most
important feature has been the falling of three horses, one of
which, it was said, was in danger of having to be destroyed. Quite
frankly I am surprised that more did not fail. In the first race there
were 16, in the second 13, and in the sixth 17. Of course, at Arima,
as in Barbados, there is a very simple remedy and that is: a new
track. But like us they simply refuse to move. Few would believe
that only a mile or two from this very same track there are copious
acres lying under nothing more than bush and all as flat as a bake in
addition to being on the road. Like us, they are still waiting. Waiting
for what? That is the great unanswerable question.

Meanwhile horses continue to fall, be injured or fouled; jockeys
break hands, legs, ribs and collar bones, and the public is squeezed
into the melting pots which are called stands; stands that racing has
long out grown. A situation calculated to make far‘more people think
of leaving racing than coming into it, whether to own or bet on horses.

T IS NOT without significance that I notice the form of the three-
year-old Gold Pin and another splendid fighting performance by
the half-bred Baby Bird. By dead-heating in the Y. De Lima Trophy
these two horses have forced me to two different conclusions. First
it is obvious that Baby Bird is still in the excellent form which she
has now shown for a year or more and also that she is still improving.
No matter how she mounts the classification ladder, she continues to
win. Secondly the three-year-old Gold Pin must also have improved
considerably if, since his moderate form at Union Park last Easter
and at the Arima Creole meeting, he can now tie with the horse
who so recently gave the D class horyes in Port-of-Spain a sound
beating in addition to giving some of them weight. Gold Pin is a
chestnut colt who caught my eye last Christmas. Although he was
then backward he showed a good deal of promise. Now I see he is
living up to it. I think he will be one of those in the Derby who will
make a formidable second string.

Lastly who could fail to notice the extraordinarily high dividends
which were paid out consistently in the Pari-Mutuel at Arima through-
out the entire day. The average for the first seven races was $17.05
for the first places. For the Forecast it was $890.29 for the first six
races. Evidently some people had a good day!





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B’DOS

Men’s Team Has
Strong Defence

By Paul Foster

THE BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAMS which will

it Trinidad on a nine-day tour next month were chosen
Vednesday evening. Both teams have met with gen-

eri p al, but there has been some criticism of the

ection of goal-keepers for

the men’s team and the choice

of Manager. Nothing however has been said about the



nission of Tim Yearwood
he selectors will no doubt
ly ¢ what mus be a general

i electors, “No matter
who yeu choose, you cannot please
eVery bod) i







tion ter his ilure to

ci H pe ormance

ms especially in €

1€ was outstanding,

yet it would appear that either

¢ Evelyn or Gerard Jordan
t ! place

Evelyn ha played well

throughout the season and the

nming condition
He and Year-
were both pretty much in

the same position and Yearwood’s
ience of the January °50
our to Trinidad should it seemed
have given him the edge, Then
there is Jordan’s c:













Jordan left the and before
he f trial atch and has not
yet returned. Some say he will
etu by the end of this month
her ay between the 10th and
15th of September The teams
are due to sail on September 13th
Th eems to be cutting it rather

close

With Jordan not here for any
f the trials it can be assumed

t his selection was based on his
ince > far this year in
| He has been one of
e main- stays of the Swordfish
backline and had he not left he
certainl would have been a









Risky Nelection
What is his position in the Bar-
team? » will play defence
( I Geoftrey Fos-
in the forward line to relieve
ince Bannister or Manning,
hould the occasion arise, In the



i 1 the yue this year,
has been in the back-line
Foth these men however have
played as forwards before, and
n good accounts of themselves.
With the remaining time these two
could now get practise in the for-
vard line. But with Jordan’s
eturn uncertain he seems a risky
lection







With Yearwood in the team

as a permanent back, Foster

could spend the remainder of

the trials concentrating on

forward play with an occa-

ional match in the back line.
There has been no criticism of
ihe Ladies team which almost
picked itself, and it is generally
felt that the best ten are going.





Left to right: Billy Manning, right winger, Ken Ince, Vice captait »yoment

from the team.

beag made over water polo? It
s cricket or football” The
answer to that is “Quite right,
It isn’t cricket or football. Water
Polo is here to stay, rising in
popularity throughout the West

Indies’

i





Bermuda has sent out a verbal
feeler, tO the Barbados Associa-
tion “Can we send a team to visit
you”? As soon as the Trinidad
tour is over this question will be
answered, St. Vincent has asked
the Barbados Association for a
copy of the rules of water
‘Polo Michael Hanschell Gren-
ada’s Director of Agriculture who
re-started the game in Barbados in
1938, is planning to get the game
going down there. British Guiana
also have a copy of the Barbado:
Association’s rules.

Disadvantage

Locally, the Barbados associ-
ation is making an effort to start
the game in Speightstown. Playing
as they do at a private club it is
only possible for the sporting pub-
lic to see the game on few occa-
sions, This is a distinct disadvan-
tage to the game. Next year
however the association is plan-
ning to ask any sporting club if
they would like to start water
polo and a separate league can
be organised with matches played
either at the Harbour Police piet
(with the permission of the Com-
missioner), or at some other fav-
ourable spot, in addition to games
at the Aquatic Club.

While taking all these bows for
the Water Polo Association, it
would only be fair to mention
how very co-operative is the
management of the Barbados
Aquatic Club. They have done
everything possible to make the
running of the game easy for the
association. During tours and at



any time the association has or-
ganised dances to raise funds, they
have always allowed the socia-



tion to take,one hundred per cent
of the gate money. Without this

co-operation the Barbados Water

Polo Association would not be in
the strong position they are today.

Affiliated
Yesterduy in Helsinki, at a meet-
ing of the Federation Internation-
ale de Natation Amateur, one of
the items on the agenda was the
affiliation of the Barbados Ama-
teur Water Polo and Swimming

( FORWARDS

2

and centre-forward, Delbert Bannister, left winger and Geoffrey
Foster who can play either as a forward or a back.

w minor problems, which
ld not be handled until the
was selected, will now have



be ironed out and by the time
e team leavey, there should be



understanding between

fo stray a moment fror the

forthcoming tour Some peorle
are saying “Why is all this fuss





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Standing left to right are Mary Knight, Barbara Hunte and Jean Chandler. Sitting--Marion Taylo
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to the Barbado

Peggy Pitcher (24).
the team, started playing the gam«¢
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but eight members of the Ladies Water Polo team planning theoretical
polo field, in preparation for their meeting with a Trinidad Ladies team

(Captain) Jill Gale and Ann Eckstein

sing play Represented Bar.
bado last yeai when ladies
wate polo was in its infancy

Plays in the back line and

fighter all the way

Marion Taylor (21). Her posi
tion is on the wing. Passes the
ball well and concentrates on
feeding her centre forward If
unmarked has an accurate shot
and handles the ball well.

Jean Chandler (19). Captai
of the Barbados team last year
Can play centre forward or o1
the wing and if necessary in the
backline. Has a powerful shot
which is sometimes incline to be
high She is a good 4swimn
and will be cne of the thorns i:
the Trinidad side

Phyllis Chander (17). Jean's
sister. She will line up on the

wing. Shoots with well placec
shots and when tackled shoots

from the most odd angles She
must however remember to pas
unless she is certain of scoring.

Barbara Hunie (27). One 0
the two goal keepers. Newcome
to the game this year, has playe
well throughout the season
Keeps a coo! head under attack
but must remember to cover he

Left is Maurice Foster, Barbados’ goal when saving shots taker
goalkeeper.
Albert Weatherhead, reserve goal-
keeper and Manager.

from the corner of the ficld,
Ann Eckstein (17). The othe:
goal-keeper. Was the Barbado
custodian during Trinidad's visi
here last year. Car get well ou

of the water but must concentrate

on getting the ball upfield afte
she has saved,





Left to right: Gerard Jordan

iin rr Ba
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Ken Ince (25) Vice-Captai
he t n Snapper sharp sh
left arn centre for
Most dangerou wher t
ind will be t chief goal ge
the tean Ha been play
water polo for al it twely veal
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ill pave to find ood io
ep him in check. Like Patt
he been a ember of
ie Barbados tear whit !
ived intercolonia vate
ainst Trinidad. Will be twer
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George McLean (24). Has re}
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Geoffrey Foster (28). Good
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won in the Swordfish bach
also played a forward
ill be one ot the tw
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laying the game ince 1 }
has represented Barbade in

their clashes with Trinidad
Delbert Bannister (30), Starte

BACKS

plays in the baek line, or reserve
forward, “Boo” Patterson, the captain is centre back, George MacLean

left back and Charles Evelyn, right back.



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Men’s

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of the team, was captair
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Snnire One L, Morrise & b C. WS e | BRILLIANTINE & HAIR CREAM
Empire pen E. Brew c Mr. Headley b S$ Total (without k 12 ry otin Oo
: md O. M. Robin- c | Mr. Headiey 1 : « «a ee be ;
t F. D. Phil- . : WANDERERS ys COMRERMERE 8 to highlight your
ie : ve aes al ( r b Sr 4 Combermere tet innings :
t . fre I not out 4 EF Adams c,E. Atkinson b N Ringside BY GEORGE WHITING 1 shall never forget Lay’s crack crowning slor y
flighted i I carehiee iow 8 L. St et s F ie “bereted aks D. as he fought back so gallantly | - ;
1 G. Wilkinson Ibw b N, Marshall is, Forget, those stories a oe 2 \< after being twice on the floor | :
i4. Rot +49 991. 998 gk Licorish ibw b Marshall 9 Sands, Empire — righ against Hungary's Laszlo Papp in| cui: een ee
rR 4, ea? eon bee 8 > mor Tae < Tepes : champion, Funning Se cme Milan this year—the performance | flavour of as ee
“ ( B 1OWLING ANALYSIS Mr. S, Smith Ibw b N. Marshall o ‘alia in a pique at not having oa + that gained the Londoner a “best fresh cow's
3 at 0 R W Y King ¢ wkpr b N. Marshall o the opportunity of a shot at the jocep" prize in the European milk a
1} AW : ee ae Mayeock lbw b N. Marshall 1 world champgnship, or of put- vampionships, Spvour. that
: this bowl Sore + ee Pee ae ee ‘4 ting up a lucrative defence of his FO esa
al ball % h good ef- ) f 1 3 "ten f 5 Empire crown. Back in his corner as the and Oak is
; ) ere pin- C. W, Smith a bce bie e - Ill-founded advice in his own Italian speculators yelled their ce a |
WOVE, ee aati oink Bee 49 Total _% country was _ responsible for approbation our Alfie leaned Vial s4mes
. 1 or his §£ Hone ; of ts: 1-9, 2-19. 3-24, 4-91, Sands not having an Empire over the ropes winked at me which goes to build
rwal . - ; . ° 3 7-31, 8-39, 9-48 fight with Randolph Turpin here and whispered: “They love strong bones ee pets
N. Harrison not « iG AN SIS : 5 ie ' s that pro-
ed seta Byer 18 IWLING as “er rn w_ last month—a situation that led me! f Wace” Gae feed on the
Sa ees Corb ot _gmat SN. Mor 7.3 8 2 7 to Randolph becoming’ world —LES. | nus green grass of
. ae FR. Atk 5 3. 8 champion at the expense of sunny Australia all yea"
Total for 4 wh 4 >... Soe : 5 ee Sugar Ray Robinson, with Dave ‘ ve round—t
W. G i F " i Hil 8 2 13 2 . co . / duces the ric
Se { ‘ 7 2 sn a. Too 4 1 8 } himself in the minor role of over- B dos W ater Polo the best milk in the
; ; ing See ‘ : Wanderers Ist Innings weight winner against America’s i world
» 34, ¢ i f 10 a ny <
—- t SIs N. W. Marshall e C. Licorish b ¢ sis i
t 2 and Alleyne 10 Bowlin ANALWES og NL . 2 Mel Brown, ww vow Leam Selected |
Harri ho sent down 7 overs | 4. 14 4 «2 «1. B. Knowles c Mr, Smith b Grant 20 With Turpin’s ride to New Yor j
hich were maidens, took © jradshaw 8 1 2 © N_ Proverbs c¢ Mr. Smith b L and the Sugar Ray return begin- : oe a :
tat ‘ t of s A gait ; athwaite 7 : and’. nise him as e same Bannister
2 wickets at a cost of 1l runs. £. Green $ 0 1% 0 | Brathwait . 47 ning next week, Sand’s chance of 7 1
PICKWICK vs. LODGE — : Blackman ee ee eee foe, © ¢ world status can be written down «wey knew in 1949 and ivou. He) wy
Locge 76 abd (for 3 wickets) 27 . SPARTAN vs. EMPIRE C. Manning b Grant ® as negligible at the moment, but +) 4 more s ee Pile cotHie aa] —*
Pickwick F i? s Lt er We leRS oS i » stren er
In the Pickwick-Lodge First 2. Maynes. 1. “Barkey Doan Bendae teehee 5 ee Charles Evelyn (15). Although | Prices |
Division mateh yesterday Lodge 1, F. Harris ¢ wkpr.) B Holder Beet re eee 9 Sands came to Britain with @ he is the youngest member of tne| 3-Ib 12-02,
‘ rst and knocked up &@ 2° 5" Grimth © twkpr.) b Barker 2 - promise from promoter Jack team he is no paby, standing five} $2.88 per tin 80c. per tin |
Nar ie i ree ee RT ae temard & Holder 5 hee ey Eee en Solomons that he would earn 4 feat six inches and weighing 146 | TY «q
t 1 en- r od. iwkpr » Holde ’ is iz 7 e 4 . eb six i ae
je pe, Sener Reid 'b Holder 6 BOWLING ANALYSIS uaranteed sum—not less ee os, Started playing water polo| | B y UD R J QO} »
t l shave Jost three wicket er ¢ Hunte b King 5 o M e ‘ £5,000 is my guess for the |, 1948. For the past four years} | q
) Jowen not out SP King ‘ 5 . 26 defence ‘ S » cham- ; at
wr 27 run ie ag tov in : 3 ide ht Hakses 0 a a eae ‘i ” ay lefence ol oa ae. “Ee , has been champion of his class in 4 | \ POWDER “ROUG!I p o ; STI
ypscored ae ere 2 t 2 G. Grart 16 5 4 pionship. bib » Dusk ’ “ the Harrison College swimming FULL CREAM POWDERED | ‘ i ER 3 I I ‘ Ey) Cx
n their first innit with 18 run 7, |b. Brathwaite i 2 knows now that he need have sports. Is in good swimming con- 4 MILK iS AL'S COLD. CREAM - VANTSHANG CREAM
T! nly oth« patsman to reacn Total wt PICKWICK vs LODC no fears on the financial side. : and ¢ romising voung - sn sienna | se
‘ toute’. who z Lodge Ist Inning : 1 ating dition and a promising — y 8} ieee ——. |
} Bon aes eee . Fa \ 1-1, 2-22, 3 37, Mr. McComie ¢ Birkett, b King +. s ~ wel pr oe uth player. == a | —
ade 16 2 6-55 .7--02, 8—65, 9-75 teefe Inniss b King 7 Mu rown: he fought Sout ihe hee |
ae tor Pickwick, Winston BOWLING ANALYSES w Stoute Ibw. W. Greeniage 0 Africa’s Duggie “Miller. at Bir- | a, nani ae saat ies "} “ | } | . SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE THAT °
Gi ive took five for 24 T. 2 . 1S 5. “Hutchinson b W. Greenidge ®} mingham on igust 20; and he No a 1 i 7s t ’ Ti si nC et) ¥ ie COLGATE OFFERS
: oo) a a wo UU. Barker .. % * © Glasgow b W. Greenidge Bw “ "en tee lacrate . been playin water polo since |
Birket nd Hi. Ringy took two a aes 10 i 18 1 Gill low W. Greenidge 0 has now been gu heen a fur- 1948 and is the captain of the FOR BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATING WITH
‘ ‘ t A tk Ide 203 5 i & Sant tae, Head 1 ther lucrative overweight .°"- Harrison College team. Twice |
: i Kidn« ui scored aoe Se 2 g 7 * Farmer c Inniss b Hoad 0 eee at pe c pe ma ae Victor Ludorum in the Harrison | 1 t - Y” |
P c WEN 33, runs, ve. Alleyne Wilkie c wkpr Wood, b W tember 25—with ex-world champ- College aquatic sports, is an ag-|
. a $kipper F ire — Ist Innings . aa a 5 ee et ? ; 7 te ge aq c sports, Is an ¢ |
f ‘ avere nad ‘i tires Rea vitie Ta kat Beare 7 woos ae re ¢ ion Jake LaMotta high on the list crocssive forward and combines aes
( ! y 3 0, ER. Edwards 22, (yy 'Ropinson J b w Lo FP. Harris ic ta i 3 of possible opponents, , well with Bannister and Ince. al $ 4 My
20 we i aiets c Ale ype fot ow at 3 ots * Neither the Bit maingham noe Maurice Foster (20). Barbados i ‘3
Fae ae Yor 54. Extras: b. 6.-1by 2, n.b. 1 aa ef the Earls Court ie Weta *"= number one goalkeeper. Has play- 3
for Lo ‘ 100 Ca ae gant = Total, {for 2 wih dmg : Fall of wickets; 1-14, 2-14, 3-31; dangers Daves title. nen he oq very well this season and his | ‘ ‘
Mr. McOonii Te se duoabbra:: 42 na ‘CARLTON vs. ¥.M.P.¢ 4—40; 5 A; 6- i Peet returns home a the nee he performance in the trials was tops. 3
pie a cab Nt he OY Carlton — IstEnatnes | eT ge Bae Ke eS i a ye Empire a nf Started playing the game five
L. e in Lee ir § oo ne ee -yaute hinson c L. Gree . a HM. wing 7 2 19 2 and with ie same amoun : o years ago and has always been |
have lost,.three wic kets for nit ek eebidgol c¢ K, Branker, b LB. Inniss 2 3 - purse-money in the bank as if he Qutstanding. Gets well out of the|\) Exhaustive Research By Eminent
runs. The wickets were taken by ® Sut) 0 W. Greenidge 5 “i * ° had exposed his title to the flying water and always gets both hands
Rou. G gs 5 as and Bruce R. Hutchinson c K. Branker, b mr < pee : ' i: ; lists of Randolph Turpin. ule Galt Dental Authorities Proves Hew
Inniss for 4, 9 anc respectively. — Pee a ad 2 ' Pickwick ist Innings either Mel Brown nor heavy- Albert Weatherhead (33). Re- .
COMBERMER®. vs. ¢ enzie b ee ‘ * . lk Spree eS go Weight _—— ie —the serve goal-keeper. Has for many Using Colyate’s Helps Stop Tooth
WANDERERS y Oo ite be 3B Awae 3B. Edwards ¢ Stoute b Farmer 2 Sparmates who pu urpin 19 years now been one of the top ¥
Comberm re 66 White c) (wkpr Hinds) ) Austin 29 | Birkett ¢ Brooks, b McComie # trim for the humbling of Sugar three local custodians, Oldest : Decay Before It Starts! 4)
’ s (fer 7 wickets) E. W. Marshall not out 13° G. Wood ¢ Glasgow b nn . 4 Ray—will be in Randolph s cemp member of the team he will also 3 3 ns 5 i 5
Wanderers (for ‘ we a ney K 5 van oe b Burke ° = aie borate rene 2 for the world championship re- go Manager. Started playing : : ‘ 2 years’ research at 5 great uni-
*ombermere ace @ i +. Edghill absen . . ‘ ere ‘ a4 , ; sur + BAY sptembe P 7 aa ; °
se r th j ‘ : nae of W anderers , Extras: 0. 6 6 H. Kidney c Hutchinson b Farmer " iurn in New York on September vate; polo between 1937 and versities—case histories of hun-
eee chicas Paieah ” Crick ay), Se SERS ee Ie SSE 12, 1938. Joined the army and went ;
when their First Division Cricket Total 120° W. Greenidge not out o Be a , Ny renee ty ‘) dreds of people who used Colgate
atch continues at the Bay on E. L. G. Hoad b Farmer : At one time it looked as though overseas during the war returning i | peoy
Ban aeat ‘6 7 anderers Fall of wicket 1—5, 2—11, 3-630, oad stpd wkpr b MecComie i as 3urbados 946 and re-entered ; “ ys
Saturday Yesterday eo Tie cats eae 34 8—1 ee aeeages # both might have been in the ai boyy in 1946 and r c X Dental Cream right after eating
bowled out Combermere fox ; Swit ANALYSIS — Tor ag roms F : ; . : . :
‘ a ‘t and when the ne me ee To i990 Turpin team, but Johnny and “Gerard Jordan (22). Turned \\ Help Your Children Avoid -—shows the Colgate way helps
on a bad wicket and when 1 : a 8 ape Mel have decided that business for S 1 ’
} ec ng drier ¢ ke 125 2 § . : ’ saute ED oui n th ac ine for Sword- vik
Bee eae ron: tee ener i "Austin ite ee Fan ot Wiehtltt ae aria, eel, oe eae fish ee iaae aan i along with } Tooth Decay! prevent new cavities, greatly re-
les roublesome d . + Sranke 9 3 73, 5—93; 6 110; 8—130, & 6 iams sttli na is nis year & # . ) ¢
th cored 152 for the loss. of & "yanker of Ome 6. Se > OW +} ANALYSIS Williams fe tiling up ae ae Geoffrey Foster was one of their )} ‘ duce tooth decay!
‘ K. Brank EOWLINC i ; " f his t f ic y
even wicket , Y.M.P.C, Ist pat i ee eee a SY eee oom t on ‘al main defenders. Has been playing ' Insist that your children 7
7 ng? allr sa treenidge ¢ (wkpr, McKenzie) b roke: 6 4 championship attemp agains oR heoe ‘. Z ard ) ,
Wanderers allrounder L. Greenidze ¢ (w g Brookes 4 the game for about four years , ) lways brush th teet}
Warre : MoQorile 8 1 2 4 a soo ‘ 25 be t ; I 7 always brush their teeth
Norman Mat 1, eaptured seven jp pranker b Warret i. waviner oo 0,2 53 5 peace aoe ee Also plays in the forward line. He McGregor St. \\ isht after meals with Col- ALWAYS USE
of the school boys’ wickets for I, Burke Greenidee, wewarteD . 5 _ Wilkie 2 17 1 the , Ae: ; ai in London in 28 i8 a good swimmer and clears (over Richards & Co.) X ae eee T ’ /COLGATE'S TO CLEAN
22 runs in 17.3 overs and wuatle n Porter © Marshall, b Warren sara eae peer inne 6 entra hart the ball well. gate Dental Cream. They'll YOUR BREATH WHILE
wards gave his team the oe sen. 2; Bdwhill ec F. Hutehinson, b Lucas 1% Ch. wkpr Wood b inniss . Sete fights Lloyd Barnett at , Ayerage age of the men’s team Opening soon and introduc. love Colgate’s delicious YOU CLEAN YOUR
contribution of 27 runs as OpeN- 41. Ingram b Greenidue, sabidolael & Reefer not out oui 10 Brown fights sloye Ba is 24.6. ing to Barbados Charles of g B . i HELP
ing bat. ‘ : “ LY epee wire 9 Wilkie b Hoad 4 Porthcawl on. August a a a The teams-leave BaMitMos: oF the Ritz Cosmetics of inter- double-minty flaveur, so TEETH—AN
. bermere ji collapsed be+ & " os , Sea Extras 5 Se ate A nnis , ams é é Ss oF ah Mihi tee :
: Co nbern “9 just col an 7. R, Austin ¢ R. Hutchinson, b Green- xtra on Repterniiers Penis hoes Sentember. 18th by the Gascokhe national fame. it’s easy to get them to use STOP TOOTH DECAY!
may ‘three Li tsmen “to enter J Hinds not out : apie AEE RSW vi another en agement at Birming- peu ige pine cays safer by the Colgate’s correctly. The
a &.. ey leyne 10 Extras: b. 3 : c 9, B. Inniss one for 10, ; Rag , same ship During the local Representative Consultant ae
double figures were I. Alleyne : H. King one for 9, n * ham, Mel reckons to pocket about >” a ea +7 yy at 4 areaaies \ Colgate way is th yst
j 5 ro 7 : ” Hoad one for 4 . league will be suspended unti and Beautician with experi- olgate way ts the mos
G. Wilkinson 15 and W. Tudor Toth} bee "1,500 from these three fights— their return ence in U.S.A., Europe and fective way yet know
14 Hin k 5 which is a bit above the rate for “Ue % ae a Paris , 2 effective way yet known to
Wanderers’ St. Hill took tw» . * ‘parring partners, even on a | oOEN IN : help reduce deca
. 4% a Ar 2 overs ’ ao ps : a eae : | ENA MUNROE 1eip rec y:
wickets For 19 runs in his ®ve" Cannot Control Rising Of Prices soria championship job.
Wanderers’ tactics were to pu Here is weleome news for the LUXU RY. == SSS.
on many runs as they could (From Our Own Correspondent) Colonies said on Wednesday. mmateurs picked to box for & | "ee imeem ee ali eee mene ner ees aeere opener
ee oe oy carts oar, ase PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 23. They both arrived in Trinidad fritain against the USA _ at ara 7 Soege |
) secure an ie arly is ae “In the matter of prices, neither from Jamaica on the second leg Wembley on August 21—Alf Lay, cooling and re mating |
, e Le . ig fee is Pal Waper nN. the Government of Trinidad nor of their visit to the Colonies whose ABA champion, has accepted the finish to your bath, even
op scor Ra ‘: 47 yg the Crown Agents for the Colonies jnterests in London are looked jjght-middle-weight place. That on the hottest day. Kee
Proverbs who scored 47, going ; the skin ft le \f
ba Anurs B. Knowles, who im London have any control over after by the Crown Agents. means an end to dressing-room 4 ay we isatiga }
op : ; a ith Mar hall scored 20, the skyrocketing of prices, which nerves. a ie th a!
‘ eC a y iVie Otte o ews g. hl ri “e) ai ‘re . :
eae ae bermere skipper G, comes about from the worls The officials will remain an With a Cockney wit sharpened Soap and complete
Civent who usually takes the role Shortage of raw material, the vast until August 30, when they will on the customers of the family 2 the luzury!
ie cigar tad ‘ieee . suce re-armament srogramme, and leave for British Guiana, Barba- ath cake o se way is a ao “7
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Over the last few years, there seems to have been a Spate
of films whose titles have been women’s names. First we
had Rebecca, followed by Laura, then Jassy, Madeleine and
now Ellen. Quite a family of girls with at least three of them
embroiled in psychological problems.

ELLEN, now playing at the
Empire is, I would say, a better
than average psychological thriller
whose well concealed mystery
keeps the audienee guessing right
to the end. The plot is plausible,

less, interesting entertainment,
well directed and well acted,

THE BIG STEAL
THE BIG STEAL now showing
at the Plaza is, according to his

and skilfully developed in minute fams, Robert Mitchum’s best film.

detail.

The story concerns a young
architect whose fiancée was killed
in a motor accident the night be-
fore their wedding. During the
months that follow, a series of
accidents occur which result in his
beginning to doubt his own sanity,
while his friends fear he _ is
paranoeic, It is not until the ar-
rival of a young woman, who is a
statistician, and who falls in love
with him, that he begins to realize
that the so-called “accidents”
have, in reality, been deliberately
planned by an enemy. Digging
deep into his past, the two of them
find the answer to, all his bad luck
and the solution is presented in
an unexpected dramatic climax.

The leading roles are well
played by Robert Young and Betsy
Drake, whose performances are
realistic and convincing. Miss
Drake is not only an accomplished
actress, but her speaking voice is
delightful to hear. In an import-
ant supporting role, Henry O'Neil
has a new type of characterization
to which he brings all his veteran
skill while Florence Bates, John
Sutton and Morris Carnovsky
round out the cast.

A large portion of the film was
made on the picturesque coast of
California with its jagged rocks
and pounding seas and some un-
usual photographic effects have
been achieved, which together
with a musical background taken
from selections of music by
Tschaikovsky, heighten the tension
and atmosphere of the film. While
not up to the standard of
“Rebecca,” ELLEN is, neverthe-



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I have not seen it, but from what
I can gather it is an exciting
mystery melodrama involving the
theft of an Army payroll. Based
On a story that appeared in the
Saturday Evening Post ¥y Richard
Wormser, the film is taken almost
entirely in Mexico and the photo-

graphy is said to be excellent.
Speedy action, false leads and
confused identities all help to

deepen the mystery, while a sur-
prise ending gives an unexpected
twist.

With Robert Mitchum are sane
Greer, William Bendix and Patric
Knowles, while Ramon Novarro
makes a _ re-appearance after
several years seclusion.

COPPER CANYON

At the Globe, COPPER CAN-
YON teams Ray Milland and
Hedy Lamarr in an action-packed
Western in Technicolor. I can't
say that Pm exactly in leve with
the casting of these two actors in
a film of this kind, but they will
certainly be drawing cards for that
part of the public who might
otherwise by-pass a Western. The
plot concerns the activities of a
group of Confederate veterans in
an Arizona smelting town in post-
Civil War days, who are given
short shrift by the Northerners.
Unable to get their ore smelted,
the Southerners enlist the aid of
a Captain who is travelling with
a side show as a trick gunman.
The situation is taken in hand,
and after several bloody encoun-
ters, the unscrupulous Northern-
ers are ousted in a final show-
down,

The speed of the plot is only
exceeded by the fast and spec-
tacular horsemanship displayed in
the film, but its course is more
helter-skelter than our four-
footed friends and I found a cer-
tain difficulty in distinguishing
between the different factions,
Ray Milland as the expert
marksman, does some _ pretty
fancy shooting—without a double,
I am told—but the role is off the
beaten track for him and I doubt
if his fans eclamour to have him
in further westerns. Hedy Lamarr
is — of course — just herself —
beautiful anq glamorous, which
is all that is required. MacDon-
ald Carey is unpleasantly men-
acing as the villain of the piece
and Mona Freeman and Harry
Carey, Jr. supply a secondary
love interest.

To my way of thinking, the
outstanding feature of COPPER
CANYON is the magnificent Ari-
zona scenery in which the picture
abounds and to which Techni-
color does glorous justice.

Left Out
Of Tour

SOCIETY DOWAGERS at New-
port, Rhode Island, seaside play-
ground of blue-bloods, feel
snubbed because Princess Eliza-
beth and Prince Philip are not
going to visit their town. :

UNO wives—and some of their
husbands—-are also annoyed that
the royal visitors have not
arranged to call on them.





They Want To
Meet The

Princess

By JAMES COOPER
WASHINGTON.
THE most popular telephone
number in Washington now is
Hobart—HO, because only the

first two letters are dialled—1340,
the number of the British Em-
bassy.

The hostesses are scheming, as
only they can, for invitations to
meet Princess Eligabeth and
Prince Philip on theiy visit on
October 24-26. “Democratic”
Washington is really only g small
town, south of the Mason-Dixon
Line, and is more protocol-minded
than any Ruritanian State.

It has as many unwritten rules
as the Court of St. James’s, and
more social climbers.

So that HO 1340 ig kept busy
by callers, polite, but pointed,
about their right to meet the
royal couple, at least at the
garden party that Ambassador
Sir Oliver Franks is expected to
hold in October.

Perhaps mindful of the row
that went as high as Congress,
when the King and Queen visited
here in 1930, the tall, aloof
ambassador is away for the whole
of August, holidaying with his
family at Nantucket.



BLAIR HOUSE, WASHING LON
Protocol may be by-passed.





Those left behind in Washing-
ton’s steamy heat are pledged to
secrecy, under international agree-
ment that includes the Canadian
Embassy and the White House
itself.

Keep It Quiet
A suggested schedule has been
sent to the Princess, but, until she
studies it and approves, sometime

in September, Officials are keeping { and bring Johnson’s Polish

it as quiet as an invasion plan.

It is expected that President and
Mrs. Truman, with daughter Mar-
garet, will hold a dinner party for
16—18 if small gold chairs are
used to make more room—in Blair
House, where they are living while
the White House, across the street,
is being renovated.

That would sive worry about a
fulk White House reception, where
protocol is so strict that only mem-
bers of the Cabinet and the Su-
preme Court use the front door
Jesser Officials the south back
door and others the East Wing.

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PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION

THE establishment of a Public Service
Commission has for long been promised
and at last'a Bill has been introduced into
the Legislature making provision for the
establishment of such a Commission. Such
a body can do useful work for the island.
Barbadians are notoriously touchy on the
subject of “foreigners” being employed in
the Public Service of this Island. The
result has been that improvements in the
terms of service have sometimes been
opposed on the ground that if such im-
provements were made too many foreign-
ers would be brought in.

It is, however, clear that there are a
number of offices in the Public Service
which must continue to be filled by im-
portees for several years to come due to
the scarcity of locally qualified personnel.
In no field is this more true than in the
field of education. But to keep the officers
who are obtained provision must be made
for leave passages, When this question
was broached sometime ago it was de-
ferred because. of a variety of reasons.
Some felt that the island could not sup-
port a scheme as ambitious as the one pro-
posed and it is true that the scheme sug-
gested was too wide for the resources of
the island. Perhaps it was political con-
siderations that prevented the Govern-
ment from offering a compromise in the
shape of granting leave passages only to
officers from away.

It may well be that with an impartial
local Commission functioning, members of
the Legislature will be more prepared to
make such provisions for the purpose of
obtaining and keeping the services of per-
sons from foreign lands. The Public Ser-
vice’ Commission Bill 1951 provides that
the Governor and Secretary of State shall
not be bound to act on the advice of the
Commission but it can safely be assumed
that those officers will weigh carefully the
advice of the Commission and will only
act contrary to its advice for grave and
weighty reasons.

The Commission will consist of a Chair-
man and not more than three other per-
sons to be appointed by the Governor, and
at least one shall be at the date of his first
appointment a public officer or a person
who has been a public officer at any time
within a period of five years immediately
preceding his appointment.

Clause 9 of the Bill lists the matters
which the Governor may refer to the Com-
mission for their advice. These include
appointments which it is within the Gov-
ernor’s power to make to any office in the
public service; the dismissal or other dis-
ciplinary control of public officers; the
entry into a salary scale whether on first
appointment or on promotion of a public
officer at an incremental scale higher than
the minimum salary scale attaching to the
office; the award of study leave to officers to
enable them to obtain training outside the
island and any matter affecting the public
service which may be prescribed by regu-
lations made under this Act or which the
Governor may refer to the Commission.

The Bill provides for heavy penalities for
persons giving false information to the
Commission, for the publication and dis-
closure of information gained in pursuance
of their duties as members of the Commis-
sion to unauthorised persons and for
attempts to influence the Commission.

The persons appointed to the Commission
will have great responsibility thrust upon
them. Efficient public service depends
largely on a contented Public Service.
Reasonable remuneration and conditions of
work together with promotion which re-
wards industry and merit are the main fac-
tors which induce contentment, As the
years pass and the Commission becomes an
integral and respected part of the machin-
ery of the Public Service the suspicion that
at present exists that certain jobs are re-
served for personnel from the United King-
dom will disappear and the relations be-
tween all branches of the Service may well
become more harmonious than they have
been in past years.



SUGAR BAGS

IN a recent letter in this newspaper the
Barbados Sugar Producers’ Association, re-
plying to Mr. Sahay, the Commissioner for
the Government of India in Trinidad, point
out that the West Indian allocation of
jute bags is grossly inadequate

Mr. Sahay has stated that the Indian
Government consider that a quota of 3,000
t for the period of June to De-

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requirements of the West ‘dies for
period in question is 7,550 tons,

the

Therefore the tonnage offered by India
only amounts to 40% of the quantity of jute
bags required by the West Indies. Further-
more, the Barbados Sugar Producers’
Association point out that so far Barba-
dos has been unable to obtain offers of any-
thing like its share of the 40%.

The Sugar Producers also stress the
point that even after allocations have been
made by India there are frequently long
delays in getting shipments sent forward,
because from time to time the Indian Govy-
ernment requisition large -:uantities of
jute goods to be sent to other countries.

Unless the Government of India is pre-
pared to increase the allocation to the
West Indies immediately, these colonies
will be in a sorry state. The bags for the
next crop must be purchased within the
next three months if there is to be any hope
of their arriving in time,

o

This difficulty in getting supplies of
sugar bags is one of the reasons which is
forcing the West Indies to adopt bulk hand-
ling of sugar, but the main reason is that
shipping sugar in bags is far too expen-
sive.

From the experimental bulk shipments
of sugar from the West Indies made by Tate
and Lyle two years ago, that Company
has calculated that £500,000 could be saved
by dispensing with the two hundredweight
bags in which sugar has always been
shipped to Britain, Not only the cost of
the bags themselves would be saved, but
labour expenses at the docks would be
lower. Also, since a 100,000 ton ship can
be loaded with sugar in bulk in five hours
instead of the three weeks which it takes
in Barbados to load a similar ship with
bags, the turn round of ships would be
very much quicker. F

It has been pointed out that Barbados
can load sugar in bulk and so keep up with
the rest of the sugar producing countries
without building a deep water harbour. All
that would be needed would be a plant
similar to that used in Trinidad for hand-
ling bauxite in bulk. Such a plant con-
sists of a narrow pier, an electrically driven
conveyor belt on the pier and stone bins
for holding the sugar on the shore. It
would be relatively cheap, somewhere in
the vicinity of five million West Indian
dollars, and could be erected in six months.
It would also bring the cost of loading
sugar down from 22 shillings per ton to 24
cents,

But until Barbadians realize that they
cannot remain permanently in the nine-
teenth century and survive, this colony will
go on loading sugar in bags. The difficulty
being experienced now by the Sugar Pro-
ducers in obtaining jute bags from India
isonly awarning. It would be much worse
if a war were to break out between India
and Pakistan. Perhaps Barbadian sugar
will be dumped into the sea one day be-
cause of the short-sighted policy of the
Government in power.



GOOD LUCK

MR, JOHN GODDARD, West Indies
cricket captain leave Barbados to-morrow
on the first leg of his trip to Australia. He
goes to Trinidad where he will join other
members of the team, which is off to try
conclusions with the Australians, the ac-
knowledged champions of the game to-day.

It is twenty-one years ago since a West
Indies team visited Australia, where, if
they did not emerge winners of the rubber
were by no means disgraced. Since that
date the batting technique of the West In-
dies has greatly improved and even though
they no longer can field a first class battery
of fast bowlers, they are possessed of a

team immeasurably stronger than that of
1930,

In John Goddard they have a captain
who has proved his mettle both on and off
the field in the West Indies, in India and
England. Goddard and his men are now
called upon to face their greatest trial of
strength for Australia has ruled the roost
of the cricket world, practically since the
first world war. The West Indies how-
ever, will throw down the gauntlet with
one of the best teams they have ever put
into the field under a capable and tried
leader and there is every reason for their
backers to be optimistic.

Mr. Goddard leaves these shores to-
morrow with the best wishes, not only of
Barbados, but all West Indians for a suc-
cessful tour of Australia. The fortunes of
the game, will be followed with interest in
every cricketing centre of the world, and
throughout the West Indies with bated
breath.

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Sitting On The Fence

| —- day within the next few
months 12,000 families are to
|be asked to give details of every
item of household expenditure
(over a year to help the Govern-
ment compile a new cost-of-liv-
ing index,
If they call at the Sea Nest,
| they are likely to sce a few sur-
prise items.

Apart from the enormous ex-
penditure on cigarettes and tobac-
co, there will be hundreds of
items under the heading “Enteér-
tainment,” which will — disguise
hospitality dispensed in low tay-
erns, quick ones swallowed round
the corner before lunch, and a
final in the lounge before facing
steamed hake again in the din-
ing-room.

As your Uncle Nat is a sucker
for patent foods and medicines,
chiefly because he believes the
little booklets inside the packag-
es make the most _ fascinating
reading in the English language,
there will also be hundreds of
items under the heading “Chem-
ist”.

There will be tailors’ bills for
patching his ancient tweed jac-
ket, Moths Relish, and his fam-
ous grey flannel trousers, Ele-
phants Legs, laundry bills which
are now as high as food bills, the
biggest newspaper account in
East Kent, and money spent. on
stamps writing at least three let-
ters a week, to the income-tax
inspector, *

* co *
the

come
the

to shake
will
“Lottie

An_ item likely
cost-of-living experts
under the heading
Cat and Friends.”

Lottie is one of the best-known
hostesses in the county, She not
only gives lavish lunoh and din-
ner parties, but has revived the
old English custom of entertain-
ing guests to breakfast.

As a result, fish is sometimes
bought two or three times a day,
and extra milk has been ordered.

The strangest item of ali wili
be “Pussy Powders for Lottie.

A packet of these pep powders
was bought after she went to
her first party ext door, ate 12
prawns and reeled home at mid-
night with the hiccoughs.
| Happy Holiday

“At some seaside resorts
visitors are given bed and

CANNES.

COMPLET is the word on the
Riviera from this week on, It
means FULL. Humbler hotels
have notices bearing this discour-
aging news on their doors so that
they will not be harassed. by
streams of applicants for rooms.
Grander establishments regretful-
| ly suggest that one moves on else-
where.
Congestion at Cannes has been
increased by the arrival of King
Farouk, Queen Narriman, and
their suite of 32, for a five-day
visit. His sister, the beautiful
Princess Fawzia, has already in-
stalled herself there with her sec+
ond husband. Ismail Cherimey
Bey, whom she married after her
divorce from the Shah of Persia.
| Farouk spent his first evening at
}Cannes at Palm Beach Casino,
}returning to his hotel at 6 am.
| next day. Narriman stayed in the
| hotel.





Best season

To-day big American and Brit-
ish cars crawled nose to tail
through the town. Bathing beach-
es are a solid mass of basking
bodies. The Croisette, that famous
seaside narade is crowded.

, Said genial M
;manager of the
(where Farouk
is the. best
war.”

| Austerity Britain contributes
jhandsomely to M. Mero’s well-
being. He has 106 of us staying
there now against 67 at the same
jtime last year. They outnumber
}all other nationals except Ameri-
jeans who total 157 (73 last year).

Bed on the beach

Jean Mero,
Carlton

is staying. “This

season since pre-

At nearby Juan-les-Pins, where
the wild night clubs are, there is

not a room to be had either, But
Bohemian visitors from that easy-
going artists’ and writers’ quarter
in Paris, St. Germain des Pres, get
around the difficulty by sleeping
on the beach. And very comfort-
ably, too. They “borrow the
thick sunbathing mattresse nd
amp chair whi proprietc of
1 € \ ri batt talion eave

By NATHA! fEL GUBBINS

breakfast, hve all other
meals out and are not allowed
back in their rooms till 9 p.m-
even if it’s r:ining.” —
Holiday repovi.

E’VE ‘ad ¢ :r ‘igh tea and it’s

rainin’, V’hat are you goin’
to do now ?
Shall we ‘ave some more
coffee and b. .s?
More’ buns? What do you
think Iam? A polar bear?
Well, let's ave some more

winkles, thei. :
I’m blowed cut with
mussels, and co &ies,

winkles,

Let’s go to ite pitchurs, then.
Pitchurs, pit hurs, pitchurs,
First you think i'm a polar bear,
then you think :'m a millionaire,
The pier’s only Threepence,

And it don’t vost no more in
the covered p a.
We been on -hat pier enough

times to buy it, take it ‘ome and
chop it up for .trewood,

You are dificult, ain’t you?
What about Funland? You
always liked t.-e scenic railway
Not with a be:lyful of fish and

chips, buns, col.ze, and winkles,

Well, wha! about walkin’ it
orf in the rain? We got
macintoshes.

We can walk about in the rain
in Camberwell. Why should I
pay money to d> it ’ere?

Oh, well. i's not long now
before we can go back to the
room and get a bit of sleep.
Sleep? With you scratchin’ your

sun blisters all night?

And you serstchin’ your knat-
bites?

I don’t scratch no
you.

Yes you do.

Oh, shut up.
Shut wp yourself.

more than

For The Russians

ERE is another chance for

Pravda to publish their Uncle
Nat’s version ot the British way
of life. This time explaining
our attitude towards foreigners
and foreign affairs.

The British attitude towards
foreigners is the same as_ the
British. attitude towards animals,
but

inferior creatures to be



Farouk & Co. Help T
The *House Full’ Sign

By EVELYN IRONS
out on the shore these summer
nights.

Existentialists from Paris feel a\
home here: one of their haunts,
the Club du Vicux Colombier has
transferred itself to Juan-les-Pins,
behind a facade decorated with
ew scenes in St. Germain des

res,

Harold LLOYD, off to Rome on
the next stage of his European
holiday has been sightseeing, un-
recognised at Grasse, St. Paul and
other inland beauty spots from the
hotel at Cannes where he has been
staying with his wife and his 22-
year-old daughter Gloria (Mrs.
GUASTI)

Back to painting

_ "I hardly ever wear my horn-
rimmed glasses,” he says, explain-
ing the lack of recognition.

Lloyd is an artist, specialises in
abstract painting, admires PI-
CASSO, but left Cannes without
visiting the village of Vallauris to
see the master

_ Picasso has announced that he
intends to return to painting after
five years spent chiefly in design-
ing pottery. The French have z
word for these dishes—Picassiettes,

Latest stories about MACLEAN
and BURGESS being seen on the
Riviera were described to. me by
the Sdireté at Cannes as “fantas+
ot.”

I checked on one of them at a
curious little bar near Cannes
Harbour. ‘There I found a gentle-
man called NANA of Montpar-
nasse, a female impersonator
knowh in Left Bank Paris boites,
He claims to have seen the two
men in the bar ten days before.
“I know them very well,” he said
with assurance, “They are Ameri-
can diplomats.”






Infiltration

_ American influence on the Riv-
iera expresses itself in the crap
game at casinos

At Monte Carlo’s dignified Vic-
torian gaming rooms, the croupier
at the cray le crooned encour-
agement t ice 1
Side New Yorkese



treated kindly but firmly so long
as they behave themselves,
” ” ~*

With a the
British are
animals,
of hating foreigners.

few exceptions,

But in Britain some animals
more popular than others,
just as some foreigners are more

are

popular than others.

For instance, there are
eat and some, as I have already
pointed out, we both stroke vanc
eat.

But it is not a custom here to

stroke popular foreigners, unles

sex rears its ugly head.
Nor is it a custom to eat

popular foreigners, though — ij

the meat shortage gets worse we
some of
the fat ones if we knew how te

might consider eating

cook them.

* * +

The British attitude
foreign affairs (apart
oficial attitude)
which breed
popular with us at the moment.

You might say we have the
same attitude towards
favourite animal, the dog. Some
breeds are popular for a_ while
only to be discarded for anothe:
breed.

As an example, when the
Japanese were on our side in thy
Kaiser’s war, they were
dear little Japs,”

towards
from the

“little yellow baskets.”

A little while ago you were a

popular breed
then
fashion,
any more than we could dislike
unhappy performing dogs
have exchanged one circus maste1
for another,

At the moment,
have an advantage over dogs sco
far as we are concerned. Wherea:
dogs are allowed only two bites
at us before they are shot, for-
eigners are allowed any number.

All the same, don’t imagine thi:
will go on indefinitely.

Fond as we are of both, histor)
shows that when we decide tha.
either dogs or foreigners have

Since
out oi

over here,
you have gone

Both are regarded as amusing gone mad we destroy them.

—L.E.S.

———

wards



Frenchman,” said he. “I went tc
the States to learn the language.’

A distracted Frenchman im-
plored the shouting players tc
keep quiet “as people at othe:
tables are trying to concentrate
Monsieur.” An American in a
black and white harlequin beaci
shirt replied that he was not go-
ing to be shushed for anyone
Somehow, bloodshed was avoided

Pavement artist

A smart hairdresser at Cannez

has chairs and driers installed on
the pavement so that clients mis:
none of the fresh air and sun.
shine. Passers-by take no notice
as the intimate details of feminin.
toilet are exposed to their view
One woman I saw there had he.
hair tied up in tufts for a pern.
while two manicurists were bus.
—one on her hands, another lac-
quering her toenails.
Many women are having thei:
hair _ parti-coloured. Platinun
curls are mixed with honey-brow.
shading to a darker brown at the
back. The mixture is worn shor,
or long.

Horse nonsense

Prevailing fashion, for the bea-
for women with long hair is th
Arab horse-tail style, tied up wit
velvet string, a bright chiffo.
handkerchief or anything you like
_ I thought it must be nice to liv.
in Monte Carlo, where there is mn
income tax, even the post office i:
a sumptuous marble hall newl)
and luxuriously equipped witi
club armchairs, and there is ar
outdoor cinema claiming to havc
cancelled only two performance:
because of rain in all its four
years’ existence.

“Ah, but,” sighed the languic
woman clerk at the bank, “wi
have our hardships, too, Look a
the price of butter — 7s, 6d. a
pound.”

FOOTNOTE: Poster on Juan-
les-Pins railway station savs
COME TO ILFRACOMBE, ON
THE GLORIOUS DEVON COAST

WORLD

COPYRIGHT RESERVED

—L.E.S.



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SIR,—With._ reg the for Friday was recorded in Crab SUNDAY, AueuueT a 1881 = "
Selection of the Water Polo Team jy4j]], St. Lucy, where one inch and The Church of the Nazarene wwe = . , ci \
to tour Trinidad, I think that the qo parts of rain fell, Next best celebrate today their twenty-fifth 2 15 am ercerenee Pye LM | :
Water blo Ajssocjation should fgure—one inch and 37 parts— anniversary on this island. The 4". vr Lan ake Acie ” ol i
have chosen twenty players and was taken at Holetown. celebration takes place at their 415 p.m—645 pm 19 76M
a Manager, who should be Paul At Crab Hill, St. Lucy, the Sub- Quarterly Meeting at the central - |
Foster, He has shown a keen gistinn there reported that high church on Halls Road. ; suite? tne Wms Mrgpins 28. BACKACHE
interest in the development and wings were »“pcrienced during Rev. and Mrs. J. I. Hill came Cy ’week § 15 oie Listeners’ Choice. | /
progress of the game, the afternoon but uo reports of to Barbados as Missionaries ©n ¢ 00 pm Rhythm Rendezvous. 6 15 p.m. | GOME:
Hoping that the selectors will 32a oes receive » resi- August 26, 1926, and officially Variety Ahoy. 645 pm Programme :
damages were received from re Parad
realize their mistake and reé- Gants in that district established the Church of the Pf p.m.—10.49 a 25 saus 31.090 | Bi a ;
consider their selection. Oaly one woman complained Nazarene in this island, The first ee rnnennena | [7 1S OFTEN SURPRISING pain and discomfort are the KN WITH
WATER POLO ENTHU y ny ager : aq church was located on Bank Hall, 706 pm The News 710 p.m_ News ; oth taas
d Ww I NTHUSIAST that some clothes which she had ae ew stone chureh has Anal 715 pm Caribbean Vi how quickly backache, stiff, teqarns results. .
24th August, 1951, hanging on a line in her yard bets Alig sepahat 745 pm Towards Cheistian Solution ching muscles or jointe, “a ong s Recaghe Kidney > 2 ye °
ont 4 : > ecenlly De as 800 pm Radio . m Qaboos, theumatic pains rin; relief by ;.
ia were blown away by the high ““‘There will be a Baptismal Ser- Sundgy ‘Service 848 pm interlude common’ urinary troubles due | to casos te kidney filters a R Oo Ss E Ss
winds. ; vice and reception of members 8 55pm From the 9 00 ae | to : in the blood can | and so stimulating their action. J y
Timing Traffic Other figures for other districts t,j, morning, after which the Symbol, pf, Sunnie tae a % en | ee ” You can tely upon this well j p o .
up to 6 a.m. yesterday were: Superintendent, Dr. A. O, Hend~ gia)" ipime 10 0 pm Tongan Forum Strong, active kidneys safe- | known diuretic and urinary f Lime Juice
To the Editor, the Advecate. Central, one inch; District “A”, 72 yicks will bring a message on MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1951 your health by straining | antiseptic. Many thousands of :
SIR.—In one of your leading parts, District “B”, 57 parts, Dis- “The Supreme Question”. — 3 y 15 iit ktt e Farede ne) puritics and harmful wastes grateful cash Gud Wemen nave
articles some time ago you men- trict “C”, 46 parts; District “D”, In the afternoon there will be @ (PMT commentary 12 00 noon | out of the system. When | testified to the good health
tioned something about traffic 77 parts; District “E”, 98 parts; special numbers by the Choirs phe Mews. 1210 pm. News Analysis | kidney action is inadequate and | they have regained by taking
lights to relieve the traffie police District “F”, 73 parts and Four from six churches empesses 415 pm—i45 p.m. 19. 76M fails to filter the blood properly, | Doan’s Pills.
on point duty Roads, St. John, 69 parts with letters of gree ings fre “ 415 pm The Stradivari Oschesire 1/3
These lights according to the Belleplaine, St. Andrew received friends and leaders‘in the home- , 0)" tn Middlesex vs. South Africans. Ask your in
article are “Timed” by an auto- 89 parts of rain. land. 7 the pros j % 5] nee, ‘2 a > Dealer for : |
eet Se ee eee ao eit op “Rally” or the Ballet. 5.45 pm _ Nelson Cooke 6 00 Backache Kidney Pills 5/-
the colour of the lights, perhaps ae ies “ “ gramme wi pe a a >m Voice of the Violin 615 pm
aay test Sanat . 3 = hs Silver Jubilee Offering. The pro-@§). 7, the Third Prosr e 635 pm ae —_
a ae - ae — ++ ~— KEEN RIV ALRY ceeds will be used for improve interiude 64 pm Prosramme Parade
cr so in order to give right o ment and enlargement of some(43 55 pm. To-day's Sport ——
way to traffic. . f THERE was keen rivalry in the ¢¢ the churches on the island. 7.00 pam.—10.45 p.m, .. 25.58M 31 82M ir
ate rend Poon go Rigen eal Table Tennis Tournament which The Superintendent yesterday; News 710 pm News me



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was played between the Holetown expressed how grateful he was 8

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especially at the corner of Prince Boys’ Club and the District “D” to the people of Barbados for§§qusd 145 pm sfeneralle Spesking
William Henry Street and Broad poy. Club on Friday at District their co-operation and contribu-,; organ jewaree
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Street put this relay method into «p» station, tion to the work. ) Practice 18 Salt |
practice by averaging the sam¢ ‘The results were: L. Forde of terlude. 8 Fda C ont Hall
time as the lights. This would picstrict “D” lost to K. Simmons . q . 70 Pm pre ery a Whe |
not only train the general public 93 9; i991, 20-22. K. Downcs Pine Housing Alvea evs. {0'%'p m tnteriude 40°15 pm

into traffic courtesy but also { i , ;

of District “D” defeated C. Bynoe

ohn Bull's Band. 1045 pm Science ,
relieves the strain on the Prince —. 5 91 5 5 y s Review
; 7 Min which Of Holetown 21—18, 14—21, 21—-15, N |
Pan Peary, Save, EMS WOON She ena, B16, Develops Rapidly WRUL 11.20Me WHOW 11.75Me WRUX |
none "'SCOUTER SPENCER ’ C, Blanchett defeated O. Jones As the residents of the Pine 1775Me-

21-10, 21—15, 20—22, 15—21, Housing Scheme become more |











21—23. and more settled, the boys of the
6 ” @* district have been building cricket LOCAL PREACHER
RODNEY CALLS “CRISSY” HERE pitehes. Since the long vacation
4 eee sae quite a number of matches haye ORDAINED IN U.S. BRINGS
TO-MORROW ON HOLIDAY been played there. :
THE $S. Aleoa P slain Mr. Frederick W. Christopher, The area allows of space for AFTER a nine-month b= A QUICK
out of Cz ae 008 ptr a retired Inspector of Sehools in this game as it was previously the United States, Mr. al
ut of Carlisie Bay on Friday with ci” Kitts. arrived in the island merely grassland and matches are Knight, local preacher of e RELIEF : |
molasses and 100 tons of sugar fo. cently,’ He is staying with arranged between Pine Housing Pilgrim Holiness Church and d
Port Allred, via St. Vincent. He Rev. Winter at Fontabelle. Scheme teams and teams from warder at Glendairy Prison, ar- FROM — 5 =
sister ship, the Alcoa ae Mr. Christopher, who is neighbouring districts like St. rived in the island a few days ago. == ;
Sailed for St. Vincent after di

known in Leeward Island cricket Barnabas and the Ivy. |
circles as “Crissy”, was the first Meanwhile the residents are He told the Advocate peers? | <
Leeward Islands cricketer to still looking forward to the time that while in the States he too z

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arrived on Frivay with 1,618 bags score a century in the Leeward when they will get their shops out a course in theology and that) i |
of cornmeal, 19,040 bags of oilmeal, Jslands Cricket Tournament. It is and bus service. There are these he was ordained a minister of $e |
1,997 bags of flour and other stated that he was also a deter- two things which are chiefly lack- Evangelical Ministers’ Pollowente |
general cargo, mined slow bowler. ¢

ing and about which the people Inc. Mr, Knight is a trustee of |
The S. S. Mario C. arrived with He will be spending a few think. They are looking forward this Fellowship. |

charging a quantity of cargo here.
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a quantity of general cargo in- weeks in Barbados before leaving to the next meeting of the Hous- ye gaid that he preached at | DUE TO INDIGESTION * so easy eee anything fa Te and
eluding 1,000 bags of wheat flour. for the U.S-A. where he plans to jing Board when they hope 4 Churches of several denominations | If you su®2r from STOMACH PAINS, FLATULENCE, nexpensive too. or advice on your ght prob-
It \ unloading yesterday. settle. Board will have the pies rere including the Pilgrim Holiness, | HEARTBURN, NAUSEA or ACIDITY due to Indigestion, lems call
Punic proud 3,50 ose cocoa- ‘ . —— @ : els ha en POWDER: This scientifically balance T E
Es, Se ac. ee fruit Technical Education “Since laying - Pe i Neseune, es ae a ll pod coae quick relief! It is also available in TABLET form.
and 500 cartons of preserves from i ; i pipe lines has been finished 2° Connecticut amo other places |
int . Also calling from the will Be Discussed fat as the Pine is concerned,” a rs ane and ee ted eared |
island were Schooner Mildred WHEN the Chamber of resident said yesterday, hiek risons includ the famous Sing. 2
Wallace and the S.S. Folke Berna- Commerce hold their Quarterly should have our buses new. bn 9 ing Prison, had therefore |
dotte. The Wallace is going to General Meeting on September 5, is nothing to prevent the servic been able {9 see for himself a |
Surinam and the Bernadotte to one of the items set down for starting.” — 2 great deal of the prison life in the | BRAND
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CHURCH SERVICES TURKEY SIGNS TREATY a RTE oo idee els

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METHODIS1 - . : ? Meeting, GF+wn up by the 25-nation con> e :
BETHEL: 11 a.m. mr. E. Brathwait k sat ting 7 Sai- ference here last month. Turkey
: DAI KEITH 9 am. Mr. H. FE. Gilkes, Gibbons ig Leutenant is the 14th Government to sign Established ) , i Incorporated | a or
Pp acne ; CARLTON: 11 a m Holiness Meeting, the treaty 1860 L. HERBERT Lid. 1986

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NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH OF GOD ; igned a ceremony at. the 10 2 11 ROEBUCK STREET.

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H e Meeting : r Golden Text: II Timothy 1: 7. God hath vice. eacher: Rev Pilgrim; 7 pom ~Â¥ tt e(Meur fig |
Maes . : « the spirit of fear:.but of Evening Service, Preacher: Mr. D. Cul Cy ,cbuTe rlblrt
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PROTEST MARCH BASPO PLAYS

attain sow, DPHOSFERINE

in ti
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held at the Globe Theatre on











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Friday night. The singing was of t

ot, tak centele e for more ~>

ige longs th Mr Maurice AC Ve i
Jones, Manager, thought that the e j

"howe talking part were: i confidence! |

Those taking part were: Hube:t ° | rarwT ,
Clarke who sang “Be My Love | LUXURY
Eddie Hall Beg the Begui . : |
Fite ; Lad VOC a “ ta . Yo If lack of confidence worries you | F

‘ v y i ) ° anne i wry ‘@
Blessings”, Byron Rollock The and you feel tired and depres sed I'¢ | i I I S( ] APS
Lord’s_ Prayer”, Car] sest through overwork remember how | re we v
“Friendly Star” and Nevill very useful PHOSFERINE has been i SSOM BLUE HYACINTH
Phillips who sang “Jealousy” ord, gp others in a similar state ; | _ IMPERIAL LEATHER _e_LINDEN BLOSSOM _o_SLUE HYACINTH
ccompanied on the _ piano |
|

Irving Harris.

The Show will be repeatcd
next Friday night when it
hoped a decision will be reached

Guest Star on Friday night w
“Baspo”, the Barbados All Sia
Percussion Band Some of
members played in Trinidad wit
Steel Bands and the tunes played
by the band, ranging from sem
classical to jazz, pleased th«

idience

E.G.—b'dos Piay Table
Tennis Tournament
There will be a Table Tenni
Tournament at Y.M.P.C. on Mon-
day night betweer Barbados and
A SECTION OF THE CROWD of about 10,000 who took part in British Guiana. The first match |

. ‘ takes place : *clock.
the Protest March against the South African Government's kes place at 8 o'clock

Try this grand tonic today. In
y . y ° :
-e Representing British Guiana! liquid or tablet form. 2 Tablets
policy as regards coloured people. The march was instigated by Sea eggs Picked will be Maurice “Monty” Mama 7 .

the Barb S t Part @ of PHOSF ERINE equal 190 drops.
1 arbados Labour Party. ns . yrge Lopes and M. W« v hile
1 U 7 O if Of S a } anc ne v

: Gill, Campbell Greenidge and L ic |

’ . MR. C. W. RUDDER, Police: Louis Stoute. Nine singles will be THE GREATEST OF A |

/ (? GOG Oli CO Magistrate of District “B” orderei played and this should make the |
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Gladstone Williams a labourer match more interesting. for Depression, Debility, Indigestion, Sleeplessness, and






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of Welches, Christ Church, to _ Moore represented British | « after Influenza.

" pay a fine of $7,20 to be paid in 14 Guiana at the last Caribbean

> eg) ; © days or in default 14 days’ im- Table Tennis Championships held | a. |
f Oo CS Z a i Cc a prisonment for picking sea eggs. 1" Trinidad, Gill represented

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\ DOZEN BUSES, six cars and a truck delivering August 24 while Williams was on —G_ played Barbados, Moore was |





















veet drinks were held up across the Victoria Bridge gene B “et a Pa: not included in the team. |! _ / i
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yesterday afternoon as a procession from the Barbados september 1 a 5 Begi BLENAI | i
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Workers’ Union marched into Probyn Street. They were aun tre ie yt rs ht
the march in protest of the treatment meted out “BIGBURY BAY’? CALLS aie adie Sth amie ea {
to negroes in South Africa, and especially to Milton King WEDNESDAY pears, the two fruits which are in {
a Barbadian seaman, who it is alleged, was killed by a H.MS. “BIGBURY BAY” will Season. Oranges have been com
South African Policeman sometime between March 3 and 4 be returning to Barbados from oe ra a 7 yest si | ne
\ 18 n, a large aSEIOT . Jamaica on the 29th of August eewards anc esides veins = y ah Bh tcntnd Girt ‘ream in the
of Sat re ond Sante than te Africa and to the Secretariat of and will remain until the 31st of imported, pears are being picked | ness. NOXZEMA is the Medicated Skin Cream i
rch. They carried banners ‘he United Nations. August. from local trees. Sellers say that | | Little Blue Jar...
ded; “Don't be Dupes; Boy- (2) We, 10,000 Barbadians as- —— — orange season has only just | |
ee South African Goods; Don’t Sembled in Bridgetown, Barba- ‘ ” . begun, anc many more can be; | e
Buyt Jim Crow Ware.” “Kill Ma- dos, this 2th day of August, 1951, “Glendale” Under Repairs expected for amet All Here's All You Do:-
lanism: End Race Hatred”, “One deplore the cowardly murder of Throughout the year hundreds

Jarbadian rdered: Fascists st Milto ing, a Barbadian seamé REPAIRS to “Glendale”, Paro- of water eoconuts were being
pene eo ie A ae Noites avi oe a eae pny Policexanan ‘hial Medical Officer's residence brought down aon the aun v
70; N {oom ice,” / y a sout € , os are expecte , stricts < selle g iffi-
the procession walked along the sometime between March 3 and 4, !" St. Thomas, are expected to be districts and sellers have no di

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a, et by 4 y « f piaad Stree 195) ind we de mand that the the Parochial Medical officer who The fat pork and cashéw seaso: | zema” — just as you would with soap. Note how really
ey tee noe POPROe, ita sD Tmee representations be nyade is taking his leave while the re- begins late next month and ther« | a eaee ee : : ¢ i
eee. Sand i nue! tien by the tite Uliinn BY South Ane pairs go on, Repairs to the roof is a fair quantity of these tw clean your face looks and feels. After drying face,
crease ind when it entered the ment to the Union of Sou rica Wj > » chief renairs e s—prowing St. Andrew % h ‘ ee a

, on ; ’ > } will be the chief repairs to be fruits—growing in_ St, ndrey E dbs: nec on .

Steel Shed at Queen's Park ap- to continue to take steps to bring done. } where they are chiefly grown, smooth on a protective film of greaseless Noxzema.
proximately another thousand v his murderer to justice and to

added to the original numbe
Ss remained io hear the

atlon’ combien. ere th { "We resolve. that at le of this | itching, GUNMEN wit | Siariing 0

. Resolution be forwarded to His
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obtain suitable compensation fox ————



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Excellency the Governor of Bar|

The Chairman at the meeting bados with the request that he}
in the Steel Shed was Mr. K. N. terwards it the appropriate |
R. Husbands, Speaker of the authority in the United Kingdom





House of Assembly. Speeches From the time the procession | . Ge : : cies ala aa
vere made by Mt Grantley left the Union's Headquarters, | NN DUSSEAL priming is essential to the painting of all new walls: its
Adams, Mr. D, D, Garner, Mr. M. Milton King's widow and ner 1G { 0 e d i fh —_ wy sentl sures th: : paint dries right and stays right. Dusseal
fF. Cox and Mr, E. D.’ Barrow three children, two boys and a! EEN) application ensures that the paint dries d stays rig

moved a vote of thanks. They all girl, followed in a ear, During | fo






seals off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in new

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cooke of ine ill-treatment dished the Uatertad Wetbee Binane| 5 Buss Deo this for One Week, anid
poke of the i reatr Ms the hymn “Eternal Father Strong . as
out to the negroes in South Africa to Save’, the daughter cried and | t n ul e $ 4 Se, ee
by the Malan Government and of 4 °

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" . . . S |} Eczema, Pimples, Rash, Ringworm, Psori- a ~ . - \
PAG METS. B ner ai nares Ghaa sage orities de | ‘agis, Acne, Binckheads, Scab ahd ied is issures that the paint coat gives the i}

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polien of the u : chooners, the Providenecia V and) ft n ars , ao ve mm Z : ark 1.

Government which are not only the Espartano, with a total evew | Pt, the negation of democratic Gov of about 8 including the cap-| and fights the cause of surface skin blem- blotches and sealy skin dlsappe ii ) we
shiavenen ey tui5 re likely 0 the + : , | ishes. Nixoderm contains 9 gredients days. My friends were amazed at th }
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MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY



WHAT'S THE NUMBER OF J
THAT SUPERNATURAL
RESEARCH SOCIETY ?











ARE WE

GOING "To DO?
THE POLICE WON'T
TAKE THE GHOST
OFF OUR HANDS!







THE LONE RANGER

a Te ae ee et
asc <7 YOU WONT GET AWAY WITH ROBBING THIS
LEAVE YOUR 2 23 TRAIN, MISTER! WE'RE CARRYING AN ,
. ARMY PAY ROLL?



(THANKS FOR THE WARNING. NOW
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USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Pkgs. CHIVERS T.

Tins TABLE BUTTER (llb.) 92 BG JELLIES (2pkgs) 46 10

Tins COOKING BUTTER (5lb) 390 875 Pkgs. JACK STRAWS 61 ot

Tins KLIM P. MILK (llb.) 135 120 Pkgs. QUAKER OATS 54 16




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CLASSIFIED ADS.



For. Births, Marriage er Engagement
wnouncements in. Carib Calling = the
*harge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m
—_$ $$ — $$$

IN MEMORIAM

BROWNE: undersigned beg to
retuyn thanks to all those who
attended the funeral sent wreaths
and cards, or in any other way ex-
pressed their sympathy with us
during our recent bereavement occ
sioned by the death of Dorcas Athel-
ine Browne

Goulbourne Brown,

Claudine Davis, Octavia Kirton, Willie

Browne, Steavinson Browne, Matilda

Springer, 26.8.51—In

eh
GREENIDGE: In memor; of our dear
one Iona Greenidge, died 26th August

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Ottis Brathwaite.





1
hood. Ring: R. S. Nicholls 3925 between



FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Su™days 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents @ word weck—4 cents a
word on Sundays;





AUTOMOTIVE
CAR—Morris 8 2-Seater. Apply: W
Rogers, Barber, over J. N. Goddards
26.8 S51—In
CAR 1960 Austin A-70 (Hampsdire)
done 8, 400 miles. Five tyres Dial 2440
25.8.51—2n



CAR: One Dodge Caf 1937 model in
good working condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos.
Agencies, Ltd. 25.8.51 t.f.n,

CAR: Drop-head convertible Ford V-8
n good condition. Hydraulically operated











1949. 10 a.m. and 4 p.m 23.8.51—t.f.n.

Safe from all earth's sorrow ee

Safe from all its pains, LORRY: One Dodge motor Lorry 1944

ew this child of Adam | Model with steel platform and in per-)

adise regains ae 7 > 7
Wile Gtesaties (Husband), Mr, and) sete Saison. Apply; 3, 3, 81 —3n |
Mts. Samuel Headiey (Parents), Milli--] 00 scuba

cent, O'’Reta, Leonard, Samuel, Lester, HILLMAN 1951, Six months old (first

Leotta, June, Esme and Waple. g.51-—1n| Leensea February 1951). Condition as

26.8.51-—I"] new, only 6,300 miles done. Shade light

juibOaaim joving memory of Mr | blue. Phone P. de Verteville 4317 during
; — mn " 5 = —!

Biith Sheppard who died on 26th] DuSsiness hours. Soo,



August 1959,
We miss you now our heart is sore
As time go by we miss you more,
Your loviiig smile jyour gentle face,
No one can fill your vacant place
Ever to be remembered by her loving
husband Alonzo Sheppard, Lonnie (son). |
26.8.51—1n. |
|
|

——$ $$$ —
FIRRREPOINTE: In loving

memory 06!

| my

1 12 bp. 1940 Vauxhall, engine in

Al condition painted and upholstered, 5

ew tyres.
1 1947 Ford Prefect in perfect condition.
1 Dump Pan for heavy duty truck (as
type going cheap. Phone 3453.

Marshall & Edwards.
25.8.51—2n | seaside,





William Golbourne Pierrepointe who | ELECTRICAL
departed this life on the 25th of
August 1947. | BATTERIES—All sizes “Reliance Car
Lost in sight of home where hub- und Truck Batteries just received.
by’s Guaranteed for 18 months. Phone us
Last farewell still lingers dear, for prices. Electric Sales Service Ltd
And that saddest kiss at parting Tweedside Road. Phone 4371,
Brings to mind the falling tear 19.8.51—4n







|

| . BUN
Hill,
ences





Minimum
96 cents

3

| September.
Manchester, Lands End

BEDROOM FLAT
(1) One-Bedroom Flat at “Abcrgeldie”,

FOR RENT

HOUSES

GALOW:
bedrooms,

“Confidence

u

Spacious yard,



Apply Mré. V





—_—
E—To an approved | cept suretyship for the satisfactory per-

L

26.8.51—n | being





charge week 72 cents and|
Sutdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;

——_—



Station
modtrn convent-
fruit trees
Gibbs, |
25.8.51—2n |

ist



| Dayrelis Road, from Ist September next
Apply to E. C. Field. Dial 4255

24.8 51—3n

CHANDOS, 2nd Ave. Belleville. Fully

furnished. Garage. Immediate possession
Phone 3926 or 3450

CLIFTON TERRAC
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.

Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs.

All

modern conveniences. Appiy on premises.





3.8.51—

built with spacious cupboards,
25.7. 51—tf.n.

FURNISHED FLAT at

St
Mrs

“Four A

tin,



on Blue Waters Terrace, newly

ces,"

Lawrence Gap, from September Ist,
L. Hassell, Phone 40g.
26.8.51—in



“SUNSET"’,—St.

Mrs

September only

James,
A. C. Worswick,
Furnished.

belongin,

for August and

Z to



YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
14.8.51—t.f.n. James Street.
“WINSLOW”, Cattlewash, for the}
months of October, November and

December. Apply to Mrs. W. T. Gooding,
Strong Hope. St. Thomas.



“SNUG CORNER”

19. 8.51—3n



Palm Beach,
Hastings, comfortable Bungalow on the



cool and airy with ail con
veniences. Apply: C E Clarke, 7
Swan Street. Phone 2631 or 3029
26. 8.51-—un
“VOLENCY”’ — Prospect. St. James,
comfortable Bungalow on the seaside
with all conveniences. Apply: C. E
Clarke, 7 Swan Street. Phone 2631 or

26.8,.51—3n



PUBLIC SALES



Ever to be remembered by—Evelyn | -—--

Pierrépointe (Wife), Muriel and Manica REFRIGERATOR: One New Model

(Children) 25.8,51—1n | Westinghouse Refrigerator, A-1 condi-
tion. Phone 8152 for appointment to
inspect 21,8.51—3n |

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

LISTS OF ELECTORS

AS and when the Lists of Elec-
tors are published in accordance
with section 11 of the Specia.
Registration of Voters (Genera





Assembly) Act, 1951, a few copies

of these electoral lists will b

available for sale at the follow-

ing prices:—

Whoie Island $30.00

St. Michael (excluding
Bridgetown)

Christ Church

Remaining constituen
cies..... 2.40 each

Individual) districts. . 36
Applications snould be made t

the Colonial Secretary’s Office

COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC

IATION LTD.
NOTICE

8.00
4.00



Applications are invited for th:
post of Assistant Secretary in the
Coconut Growers’ Association, Lta
Port of Spain, Trinidad. Candi-
dates should preferably be be
tween 28 to 40 years of age, anc
must have experience in office
administration, > A practica
knowledge of cost-accounting i:
essential. Some technical factor)
experience would be an advan-
tage though not essential.

Applications giving full particu-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cover to
the Secretary-Manager, Coconut
Growers’ Association, Ltd., P. O
Box 229, Port of Spain, Trinidad
on or before 31st August, 1951,

Particulars required:
(1) a. Date of birth.
b, Where born,

(2) Married or single.

(3) Where educated.

(4) Post or posts held during
st 10 years, and full de-
ils of duties performed.

(5) Certificates and/or degree
held.

(6) Certified copies of tw
recommendations from pres
ent (and previous, if any)
employers,

(7) Names and addresses
two referees for reference:
as to character, etc.

(8) Amount of annual salary
expected.

(9) A recent passport photo-

graph, :
Note: No interviews will be
granted except by appointmeni
after all applications have been

considered,
21,.8.51—4n.

TENDERS

MURPHY DIESEL ENGINE

Tenders are invited for the
purchase of one (1) New Mode!
ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 61)’
Murphy Diese] Engine mountec
on engine iength welded stee
oe length 1037/8, radiator
c d and equipped witl
enelosed Twin Disc power tak:
off clutch, two 12 volt startin
batteries with cables, radiator fa
and lubricating oil cooler fo
tropical operation. Rating 18
i. intermittent 150 H.P. con.
tinuous at i200 R.P.M. at Se
level and 60°F ambient; also
lot of spare parts.

Tenders should be submitted ii
sealed envelopes addressed to th
City Engineer marked: —

re DERS FOR MURPHY
DIESEL ENGINE”
and should reach the City Engin
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later tha
Saturday 15th eee: ; : 951

‘teatcpoeogninmamomes moana
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

BICYCLES with Balloon Tyres that
give that super comfort ride,

Just opened by —
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

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The. most attractive
Lamps wou could eve:
just been opened by

JOHNSON'S HARDWARE





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Reading
sce have

By tre
COLLEGE
CLUB
In honour of the Visiting British
Guiana and Windward Island
School Teams
At the
YM P.C CLUB
on
WEDNESDAY 79TH AUGUST
at 8.30 p.m
Music by Perey Green's Orchestra

HARRISON GAMES

ROOMS



26.8

PROCS CSS SY

ADMISSION 4

51—In

SOS

|

\

OSES ESESESESESSSSSSSOSSO

M.E.M
Tudor Street. Dial 5061.

beoch, garden,
Entirely new in design and construction

attractive features
Musson, Son & Co.,







SWITCHES: Main Switches made by
10K—$1.50, 212K—$3.00, 412K—
$3.54, 203K—$5.19. Laurie Dash & Co.,
25.8.51—3n



FURNITURE

“PORTADECK"
in



CHAIR: Ideal for
camp, on ship etc
—overall weight 6% ibs. Many other
Contact: &. P.

Ltd. Dial 3713



LIVESTOCK

MARE: Thoroughbred mare First Flight



oy Flotsam out of Schiavina. Apply:
F. E. C. Bethell, Phone 4184
24.8.51—3n
MECHANICAL



ADDING MACHINES—*Just
« shipment of Addo Adding Machines,
atest model, apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.
“hone 4442." 22.8.51—7n



ADDING MACHINE—"One second
and Adding Machine, small keyboard,
nd two second hand Remington Type-
vriters 14", apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
*hone 4442," 22,8.51—Tn

MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES — Of
ilass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Vater-colours, Early books, Maps,
\utographs etc,, at Gorringes Antique
shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club.
3.9.50-—t.f.n

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
me hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd
‘ity Pharmacy. 11,8.51—T FN
COUNTER SCALES—Sturdy Counter
jeales weighing up to 2@ Ibs. A few
vly at $15.71 each. G. W. Hutchinson
& Co. Ltd., Broad Street.







desvription







26.8, 51—2n

COTTON PRINTS—More than 200 dif-
erent designs suitable for Housecoat,
ikirts, Dresses, Bedsheets, Men Shirts
ine for everything from 59 cents up
tirpalani, 52 Swan Street

26.8.51—1n

DRUMS—Five hundred empty drums
u $1.50 each. Apply K. R. Hunte &
So. Ltd, Dial 5027.



ctinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies



irushes, Dental Plate Brushes, oot =
on Brushes, Bath — Brush b
Meaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder
jrushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow!

3rushes, and many others,
H, P. CHEBSMAN & CO, LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors, Dial 3382,

25.8. 51—Tn

(3) GENTLEMEN'S SUITS; Suitable fo
Told Climate. Apply: Box c/o
\dvocate Advertising Department

26.8.51—1n





LAMP BURNERS—No, 2 Lamp Burners
\ quality that will last longer at 33
rents each, . W. Hutchinson & Co
itd.. Broad and Roebuck Streets.

26.8.51—2n

ORMOPHYSE ids (F) Medical}
wescribed the WO! over for Females,
in cases of premature ageing, menopause
disorders, change of life, also for tired
undown and emaciated condition and
vhere glandular asthenia with physical
ond intellectual deficiency exists.
fABLOIDS (H) prescribed for Males, in
vses of premature ageing, loss of
JANHOOD — and tired overworked
nentalty depressed condition, It re-
uvenates the gland, Try a tin, results
maranteed. (Laboratories) CHARLES
tOUX — France) Obtainable at leading
ORUGGISTS 5.8.51—3n



PAIN fades right out when you take
\SPRO. Actions speak louder than
ords—ASPRO action is safe and effee-
ive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-



che—Pains in the limbs and joints—
*everishness. Remember there is only one
\SPRO. 19.8.51—1lo
PLANES: Just received a shipment

if Wood-Working Planes for all purposes
aurie Dash & Co,, Tudor Street, Phone
O61, 24.8.51—3n

REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW — A comparatively new
modern bungalow situated at the Garri-
son and away from the main road, 4
bedrooms with running water in each.

Gas installed,

Phone 2861 or Home 4025,
BUNGALOW: Newly

For further particulars
contact W. Wells at T, Geddes Grant Ltd.
1.7.51—T.F.N.

built Bungalow

#t Brighton Road, Black Rock, 200 yards
containing 3 bedrooms,
drawing and dining
ted bath, kitchen and servants room,
gurage, self-contained of modern design
24.8.51—7n | Dial 4321 or 3231,

FOR SALE

To an approved purchaser 2 Building
Sites, size 13,338 & 14,420 feet, situated
to the north east of Brittons Hill reser-
voir. Price 16 cents per foot. Electric

from

service,

also
Boyce.

out offices,

beach,

wv

good road.

rooms,

Drawing
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and |
A good home or Investment |
2 Small Chattel Cottages, situated be- |

26.8.5

roo

verandah,

I—3n

water main on boundary,
Apply Yearwood & |
29.7.51—t-f.n |

One chattel House in Barbarees Road, |
received ‘with open Gallery, |

m, 3

tween Browne's Gap and Rockle; Crass

Road,

both

containing

Front

Roo:

2

m,

Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices. A good investment,
Apply to W. H. Bryan, Roebuck Street.



1 Property
shop standing on 1997 sqr: ft of land.
1 House. In Bush Hall, 20 x 12 x 9.

1 House.

in Tweedside



25.8.5
Road,

16 x 9 x 8 Shed 16 x 8 (new).
1 Spot of Land, 2,224 sqr; ft. at Advent

Road,
Apply

Bank
to Ebo:

Hall
ny

Price
Realty

Reasor
& Comm

Agency Marhill Street, Dial 5001.
25.8.51—2n

1—3n



with

On Thomas Land, Clapham, |

rable.
ission

Se _
PROPERTY: Upstairs house with shop

situated at Eagle Hall Corner.
A. DaCosta Thompson,

Hugh
Ville”

It
aining

St

rooms,

arrangements,

Price

very

Apply to
“Water
Matthias Gap, Hastings

25.8.51—2n

oeemearertnreneperenagenesintoaiensiteneretneteemamaees
BUNGALOW--At Worthings with ap-
proximately 4,000 square feet of land.

has open verandah, drawing
3 bedrooms,

and

sanitary

kitehenette and garage.

attractive,

Also a few of

land at Maxwell Road. Apply D’arey A.
Scott, Magazine Lane,
TS es
COUNTRY HOUSE
Another Country house in one of the



24.8.51—2n

18.8.51—6n | best districts with 20 acres of land at
FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all | present under cultivation,

Ideal position
Act quickly by applying to D'arcy A
'ristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | Scott, Magazine Lane, Dial big éis



The undersigned will set up for sale at
their Office, No: 17, High Street, Bridge-

town,

on Wednesday,

August, 1951,
200

163
300



on Monday

Shares

Shares
Shares

at 2 o’clock:—

the 29th day of
Barbados Shipping &

Trading Co, Limited.

Factory

Barbados Foundry Ltd.
Barbados Co-operative
Cotton

Ltd.

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
22.8.51-—6n



CARRINGTON &

18.8.51

AUCTION

items of interest



BY instructions received from the Com-
missioner of Police & will sell by Auction
the 27th at 2 p.m. Several
items which includes (1) Small Boat, Feit |
Hats, several spoons and forks, and other
Terms strictly Cash



That very desirable business premises
known as No. 22 Swan Street occupying
a corner site and standing on 2520 square |
feet of land.

Inspection on application to the tenant
Mr. F. S. Nicholls.

This property will be set up to Public
competilton on Friday 3lst August 1951
‘atc 2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned.

SEALY

—12n



D'ARCY A. SCOTT.

;25.8.51--2n Govt, Auctioneer, Dist

“Ay |

& will offer for sale by Public Com- |

petition at my office VICTORIA STREET

3q
called

month

land

with

on ey Sst August at 2 p.m, 4047

the dwelling house
“KARLVILLE"

containing closed gallery,
dining room, bedroom downstairs, 2 bed-
rooms upstairs, W.C.
light and water,

Spooners
drawing

Hull.
and

and bath, electric
rents for $20.00 per |

. For conditions of sale apply to

R. ARCHER

Swing | 26-8.51—4n.

scl tice slbstiesacess nit cate caianatin aieneeaatiaeetonsette
RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing,
...and we will order for you if we
aaven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.
utd. 6.7, 51—t.f.n
SARDINES: Jus

Genuine







Just opened,

6 cents per tin, Cannot be repeated
1 this price and they do not repeat
Arphy: Evelyn, Roach & Co., Ltd., Pro-





ision Store, Rickett Street, or Phon
672 or 4623 24.8.51—3)
TOOLS — Electrical and Mechanics
yxiers and Screw Drivers, Claw anc

‘ack Hammers, Saw Sets, Gauges anv | Chairs

other useful Tools. Prices
attractive. G, W. Huteh-
Ltd,, Broad Street,

26.8. 51—2n

(NNOUNCEMENTS

NOTICE
We should like to inform the general
niblic that we will be closed for out
Annual Vacation from 27th August to

5th September 1951, Lnperial Optical Co
24.8.51—2n

everal
atreme}y
yson & Co.





-NTURE HOSPITAL

THE NEW
Plates skilfully

Broken
aired
yours

vine Lan

D
Dental
Specials delivered within three

re-

Lab, Maga
12,8.51—4r

Square Deal Dental
2









BARN DANCE

in aid of S. Mary’s Church
at
HOLBORN, FONTABELLE
on
SATURDAY, 15th Sept.
beginning 9 p.m.
DANCE ORCHESTRA
STEEL BAND

{ Tickets $1.00
— SSeS

\

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a

gon,

Chairs, Ornament Tables and Plant |
Stands; Bookshelf all in Mahogany
Dinner and Tea Services, Glass Ware
' Koll Top Desk, Wicker Chairs, Rust

and cers: Handpainted |
Sereen; Fibre Mats (new), Single Bed- |
steads, Vono Spring, Dressing Tables.
Press, Bedside Table &c., all in
Mahogany; Dunlopillo and Hair Mat-
tresses, ood Painted Bedstead and
{ Spring, G.E.C. Refrigerator in good

McKENZIE,



UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

ON THURSDAY 30th by order of Dr.
‘ortuguese Sardines in pure olive oj!.| 5. S. Massiah we will seil his Furniture

Ingrid”,

Nav

Â¥

includes
Pound Tip Top Table, Sideboard, Wag-

Upright Chairs,

Gardens



Elcctrie Stove and 2-Burner Hot

which

Rockets and Arn

working order; Electric Iron and Kettle,

Plate;

2Surner Florence Stove and Oven
practically new; Waterless and Pressure
Cookers, Kitchen Utensils, Ironing

| Board, Step Ladder,
Rath Scales, Books, a very good Staple |

| Rest,

Couch with Spiral Springs

Hair Mattress and other
Sale 11.30 o'clock

items.

Terms cash

Auctioneers

26.851

Kitchen Tables

and

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | UPPER

2n.

~ BUSINESS PREMISES & RESIDENCE

in Tudor St., by Mason Hall St.;
about 55ft., Depth about 8Sft;

Width

Well

Known Business Stand and very Suitable

for any kind of business. Vacant. You
can Buy this Property with £560, to
£1,000 and by way of Mortgage; a
Stone Built Two-Storey (Recently Re-
paired and Painted) with a Large Shop,
White Cement Counter, New Shelves,
| Show Window and Glass Case; 3 Rooms
(One Large) and Kitchen with Sink
Downstairs: Large Drawing Room, Din-
jing Room and 2 Bedrooms Upstairs
| Toilet and Shower Bath, Electricity;
also a Large Bond, Workshop or Garage
jto hold several Lorries or Cars with a
Wide and Made up Entrance; Galvanize
Roofs Throughout No Tomfoolery Cc
Me for Nearly any Kind of Property and
|} Almost in any District Get Busy and
' Dial 3111. D, F, de Abreu, ‘Olive
Bough,” Hastings, 26,8,51—1n,

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

PURLIC NOTICES

Ten centa per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.

PARISH OF SAINT MICHAEL
NOTICE

TENDERS (in sealed envelopes marked
“Tender for St. Matthews’ Chapel Roof”
will be received by the undersigned up
to 12 o'clock noon on Friday, August 31st
1951 for repairs to the St. Matthews
Chapel Roof in ‘accordance with a speci
feation which can be seen on application
to this Office.

The Churehwarden does not bind him-
seif to accept the lowest or any tender
| and the person or Firm whose tender
| may be accepted will be required «
| submit letters from two persons (not
members of the St. Michael!

Stating their willingness to ac-





Vestry)

formance of the work.
FRED J. ASHBY,
Churehwarden's Clerk.
Churchwarden's Office,
|- Parochial Buildings,
} Bridgetown.
| 18.8. 51—5n

NOTICE

' PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
App.ication for one boy vacant Vestry
| Scholarship at the Alleyne School will
be received by the undersigned up to
Wedhesday, September 5th 1951

Applicants must be the sons of solici-
tors in straitened circumstances
between the ages of 10 and 11 as shown
by a birth certificate, this accompany
each application,

All applicants must present themselves
to the Headmaster of the Alleyne School
on Friday September 7th 1961 at 9.30 a.m.
vor examination











Cc. A. SKINNER,
Vestry Clerk,
%.8.51—3n St. Andrew.
NOTICE
PARISH OF St. JAMES



| Applications for the post of urse at
St. James Almshouse will be received
by the undersigned up to Saturday the
Sth September 1951.

Applicants must be fully qualified as
au nurse and midwife. The Salary $56.00
per month

The successful candidate to assume
duties on the 25th September.

P. H. TARILTON,
Clerk to the Board or Poor
Law Guardians St, James.
%3.8.51—5n



a





NULICE

Wanted by the Vestr
joan of £1,500 under
Parish Loan Act, 1951.

Principal repayable by £150 per annum
interest at not more than four cents
per annum.

Applications for the aboye
be received by the
August 3ist 1951

of St. Peter a
he Saint Peter's

loan will
undersigned up to

G. 8. CORB,
Parochial Treasurer

NOTICE
PARISH OF St. PETER
The Parochial Office will be closed on
August 26th 1951.

£2.8.51—4n

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G. 8. CORBIN,
Parochial Treasurer
13.8,.51—4n

EDUCATIONAL

| ALEXANDKA SCHOOL

Speightstown, Barbados, B.W.1.
The Governors of Alexandra School
invite APPLICATIONS for the post of
HEADMISTRESS. The new Headmis-
| tress will be required to take up the
appointment on Ist January, 1952.
Alexandra School is a day Secondary
School with 150 girls on the roll and is
aided by Government funds, ‘here is
a preparatory Department and a Main
Echool in which the General Certificate
of Education will be taken from 1951,
There is a Girl Guide Company attached
to. the school,

The Headmistress, who should possess
a Degree of a British University and a
Teacher's Diploma or Certificate, will be







required to devote her whole time to
the school and promote out-of-class
activities The salary offered is £600
per annum, 5 per cent of which is

deducted as rent for
nished residence in the school grounds
which is provided for the use of the
Headmistress, The Headmistress is not
a Civil Servant, but service is pensionable
under the Teachers’ Pension Act. No
contributions are payable, but the mini-
mum qualifying period is ten years, Ser-
vice at Alexandra School is counted as
ualifying under the English Teachers’
uperannuation Act.

Passage expenses to Barbados, not ex-
ceeding £200, will be paid against
appropriate vouchers. A_ term's long
leave is granted every five years on
request, but up to the present no pas-
sage money is available for leave.

Applicants should forward a statement
giving the following particulars :—

the partially fur





1 Date and place of birth.
2 Schools and University attended.
3. Degree, giving subjects and class |
obtained. ;
4. Po: uate study, ineluding
Teacher's Diploma or Certificate
dif any).
5. Teaching experience with dates
and positions held. |
6G War Service (if any),
7 EereePsyes in out-of-class activi-
ies.
8 Games record
9 Administrative experience (if any)
10. Medical Certificate of fitness.
11. Copies of three recent testimonials
12. The names and addresses of two |
,

referees f
The statement together with Certificate |;
of Birth should be attached to a covering
| letter of application |
Candidates living in the United King- |
dom should send their applications to
the Secretary, The West India Commit. ;
tee, 40,Norfolk Street, London, W C 2 to!
reach him by the 30th September, 1951. |
Candidates living in the Carribean area |
should send their application to the
| Honorary Secretary, Alexandra School, |
|G PO. Box 243, Bridgetown, Barbados, ;
B.WI1, by 3lst October, 1951 |

THE MIDDLE SCHOOL
(REGISTERED)
Owing to rain our Entrance Examination '
bas had to be postponed, and will now
| take place on 2rd September, 1951 |



The Entrance Fee is $1.00
Parents and guardians may interview
|me at the school, Queen's St, Speights-
town

M. L. BROME,
Headmaster.

26.8.51—1n

CODRINGTON





HIGH SCHOOL

Required for September term.

MATRON, Nursing qualifications de

sirable, Salary $80.00 a month with
board residence. Increased if applicant
is fully trained nurse or has excep-

tionally good experience.

Apply with details of q
experience to Mrs
St. John. Tel



ulification and
Greaves, Belmont,
95—249.

198.51
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* Bedroom Bungalow Type, A-1 Con-
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Seaside), Fine Location, Under £1,900;
| Can Buy It. AT LOWER BAY A
| Seaside 2 Bedroom Stone Built Bungatow
| Type. Conveniences, Ideal for Business
| if Converted, Under £1,000, Can Buy
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| ae 8,000 sq. ft.. Any Reasonable Offer
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| Greater Part Stone Built, about 12,006
| sq. ft., Under £2,300., Can Buy It AT
STATION HILL; A 3 Bedroom

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| 16,000 sq. ft. Under £2,400,, Can Duy
{It, AT THE GARRISON; A Seclusive
| 3 Bedroom Stone Built Bungalow, Not

Old At Hastings Main Rd., C for Your~
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{possible 4) Partly Stone Built Type
|} (A—1 Condition) and A 2 Bedroom
Almost New Stone Built Bungalow;
| Both Goipg for Only £3,500. AT NAVY

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} Only Under £3,100. ! Almost New 2
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Flower Garden, about 11,000 sq. ft.
Fully Enclosed with Stone, AT BELLE-
| VILLE; 2 and 3 Bedroom Partly Stone
| Built one—Storey Residences, Can Be
Bought around £2,000 each Properties
}at Rockley Main Rd Bhe Waters |
Hastings—Seaside, By Navy Gardens, St
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nd about 7 Miles ut Ch. Ch ! }
Elsewhere. Building Sites—Seaside |
Elsewhere Call at ‘Olive Bough '

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ortad eae ae a ates have gained admission for school year 1952 com- HELP
They are to present themselves at the school on that date at 10 a.m. m "Te
Fees of $12.00 f 7 a } Ss 5 . COOK— Experienced Cook, female,
re payable wn tne toe a or aes sae $15.00 for Upper School pupils “Giger woman preferred, For small family
{in smali country house. Must behave
Py . ‘ oor with dignity and produce thoroughly
‘ see eo. 144. Pinder, Algernon ‘Ivestus satisfactory referencés as to cleanliness
3. Aliman, Smnerson Nicholas 145. Prescod, Grafton Gardiner honesty and ability. Write Box B Advo-
4. Archer, Esther ¥vonne _ ia ee bo daths cate. 23.4.51—4n
. ' 23 a7. ce, Barbara n —
. ae ae ere, : 148. Reece, Ruth Euralene OVERSEER: Senior Overseer—Welder.
$e nae y i ques - 149. Reid, Eglantine Euralene Knowledge of lathe work helpful.
3 ae Vilma 1 Sas eaves 150. Riley, Jasmin Ianthe Apply: Manager, Lower Estate Factory.
3 Bath, mates d Wea 151. Roach, Elon Whitfield 21.8.51—6n
ae 182. Rochester. Diana Crnthia open tina apeminent eepneliaihs aestentadiiaie
a teae. eee * 453. Sealy, Velma Verena TYPIST: Wanted for office or well
12 Barrow, Monica Otilla | lot. Suepnerd, ¥vonne Glendora established Manufacturers’ Agents, Typist
3. Baird Catharine | 155. Sinckler, Lisie Alfred with some experience. Apply Box No.
16. Bellamy, Didina Bereta 156. Skeete, Dorothy Anita ABC, Advocate, 25.8. 51—2n
37> Bellar ¥. Hilbert Coleridge 157, Small, Marjorie Ernestine
18 Wesigrave, Erskine irvine 158. Smith, Felton St. Clair MISCELLANEOUS
19. Belgrave. Ken Michael ia. Such, Joan Aezine
20. lgrave, ~ &§ . yrlane Y e
Bi: Borers: Mal aavcvate | Meh: Smt, Reval con © | ene cong, oa Ree,
22. Bennett, Audrey 162. Sobers, Valda Anita - mt, * +8.
23. . Veror 163. Speede, Grace Johanna =
se. Benesiakatats Wea ios. Stuart Barbara Eater pi ROR: 0 BAT eee
25. Bishop, Frank Ethelbert 165. Stuart, Glenda Denise Mata nc ARR
26. Blades, Denis Oscar 166, Stuart, Marjorie Enid one 8152, 21. on
27. Blackman, Leslie a Sey peeves sesopnlins WANTED TO BUY
2 lunt, Ed Stuart, Shirley Anita e
F paints Ses tenia 169. Symmonds, Tyrone Ricardo House wie and or Building oe
30. Bradshaw, Earl Da Costa im Taylor, Pauline Eudora ont L. aise ro od Cheat 2 ross
31. Brath te, Bu ‘ jompson, Marlene Eugene : .
32. Brathwaite, Muriel on a Be ade Caraidebne Aneitha with particulars. 20. —tn
33. & ter, C 173 orpe, Hallam Berkeley
vo Srowtter poet Donald 14. ‘Trotnan, Geka iathioen STAMPS—Wanted to buy, accumula-
35. Irewnter, Yona Bemine 175. Trotman, Margaret tions used postage stamps of West Indian
36. Briggs, Errol Carlisle 176. Tull, Walter Herbert counties, Worlds Misntes Die Bel,
37. Browne, Rawle Henderson 177. Waldron Marlene Alinda cash so merchandise, Write uheteetors
38. Bruce, Sheila Eldorna 178, Walton, Velma Esther aon ewogd eee om 26.8.51—1n.
39. Burnham, Malcolm Hugn 179. Walker, Colleen Brenda agCOMA, WSs shal
40. Burrowes, Dorothy Anita 180, Warner, Catharine Marcelline
41. Bynoe, Lilith Patricia 181 Wagon, Lahey Anthony
o 4 Sy hyid 182 aterman, Carmen Viola
S. Gmina eet Ie. Watson, Victor Harold LOST & FOUND
44. Cuatwell, Geraldine Adrianna 184. Weekes, LeRoy Strathmore
43. Chandler, Rawle Colin 185. Wickham, Georgina Perpetua
46 Clarke Carl Bradiey 186. Worrell, Coral Yvonne s!
47. Clarke. Everette Bruce 187. Worrell, Monica Haldene Lost
48. Clarke, Felicia Keturah 188, Worrell, Wynell Wrightson
49. Clarke, Deanna Denise | 189. Yearwood, Rhina BANGLES: Two (2) Twisted Silver
50. Clarke. Glenda Elimeta 190. Young, Loretta Euphemie Rangles near Baggage Warehouse. Good
$1. Clarke Jean lanthe L. A. LYNCH, reward offered. Dial 8155. a
52. Clarke, Trevor Cameron Principal. 24.8.51—
53. Clarke, Vance Orletta
54. Clarke, Kay Yvonne
55. Codrington, Grace Hansen
56. Collins, Joan Blondel! é
57. Collins, Margaret Yvonne
58. Corbin, Anthony Edsworth
69. Coward, Joseph Nathaniel
60. Cox, Halcott Seymour
61. Cummins, George Ellesworth ROYAL NETHERLANDS
62. Cummins, Winston
63. Cumberbatch, James Anthony STEAMSHIP co.
64. Craig, Christopher Evan SAWING FROM AMSTERDAM
65. Crawford, Coral M.S. on August 1951.
66. Cyrus Ena M.S. HELENA—7th September 1951.
67. Daniel, Lolet Yvonne M.S. BONAIRE—7th September 1951. Cie., Gle., Transatlantique
68. Douglin, Magnolia Oneta SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND se
69. Downes, Lorna Sylphide AMSTERDAM aes
70 “Edghill, Denis McArthur MS WILLEMSTAD—1lth September
71 Edwards, Colleen Lorraine 1951. SAILING TO
72. Estwick, Alston DaCosta SAXLING TO PARAMARIBO
73. Fitt, Phyllis Velma ‘i wrote. ENGLAND & FRANCE
74. Forde, Gloria St. Orme i 8. STE R-—-13th September 1951.
75. Forde, Vivian Annetta SAILING TO TRINIDAD, “COLOMBIE” September 2,
7. Forte, Burleigh PARAMARIBO AND B.G. 1951, via Martinique, Guada-
77. Francis, Clarence Alphonzo S$ 8. COTTICA—27th August 1951. loupe
¥ Francis, Graham Gordon M.8. BONAIRE—24th September 1951. 7 4
. Frederick, Elkins Lorenzo SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND
80. Frederick, Oliver De Lisle CURACAO a3
81. Gaskin, Cecily Carmeta M.S HERA—27th August 1951.
82. Gibbs, Gene Eudora M.S. HELENA—23rd September 1951. SOUTH BOUND.
£3. Gittens, Sylvan Olwin 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., ie
84. Goodman, Joyce Elrita gents. “
85. Graham, Ian Fauntleroy comercial oer August,
86. Grandison. Norma Elrita SSS} | Fase
81. Greaves, Norma Carmen { Cailing at Trinidad, La
88. Greenidge, Sybil Mardelie THE MV. “CARIBBEE” | Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena
89. Griffith, Clarence Bertram and Jamaica
$0. Griffith, Victor McDonald (1) THE M.y. CARIBBEE ~ sia
91. Grimes, Claudius Wilfred Will accept Cargo ane EyHeoees ose
92. Hall, Marian Anita for Dominica, Antigua, ont- assengers,
93. Harding, George Pallu serrat, Nevis, St. Kitts. Sailing | Anggaten Te Mail .
91. Harding, wa Verona Friday 24th argo
95, Harewood, Rina Candace ( c
96, Harris, Winston Albert THE M.V. “DAERWOOD" } 3
, Arthur Olister \
an Binge tray Yearwood Will accept Cargo and Passengers ( Ltd
99. Hinds, Loleta Cortez for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, Rk. M. J 0., le
100, Holder, Colvin Evelyn Passengers only for St. Vincent.
101. Holder, Emanese Evadne Sailing date to be notified. | AGENTS
102, Hollingsworth, Merle 1 j a
103. Homer, Edmund Cla/ton | BW} aCe OOn TT OWNERS |
104. Howell, Wilma Wyneta 1 ASSO. Ine.,
105. Hoyte, Rosita atricia 5
106. Hutson, Alwen Addington | Consignees, Tel. No. 4047. 1 2 ‘i ISE”
10: Sen eee een een! Be Wise... “ ADVERTISE
106, Inniss, Keith j
109. Inniss, Arthur |
110. Inniss, Sylvia Ani. ‘ < + . é
111, Jackson, Jean lanthe ‘Can a N t l St hi
112, Johnson, Eustace Arlington | §
Ua, Jones, Malcolm McCollin adian Nationa eamsnhip
114. King, Pauline |
115. Lashley, Oscar Rudolph t
116. Leach, Beatrice Kiza i SOUTHBOUND
117. Leslie, Margaret Jeanctte { Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
118. Linton, Chesterfield Randolph { Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
119. Manifold, Vincent LeRoy } LADY NELSON . 20 Aug. 23 Aug. 25 Aug. 3 Sept 4 Sept
120, Morrison, Antony De Vere | CAN. CRUISER 29 Aug. 1 Sept - 10 Sept. 11 Gent
121. Marshall, Don Lamonte CAN, CHALLENGER 8 Sept. 11 Sept _- 20 Sept. 21 Sept
122. Marshall, Winston Carlisle LADY RODNEY 19 Sept. 22 Sept 24 Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct
123. Massiah, Muriel Leotta CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept 1 Oct — 10 Oct 11 Oct,
124. Mayers, Alwyn LADY NELSON i 10 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct.
123. Maynard, Brenda Eudene
126. Maynard, Eugene peauothe a be econ Es
i. ae, Srvee LeRoy we Arriv Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
129, Millar, Roleric LeRoy Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
130. Millar, Valma LADY RODNEY . 7 Aug 27 Aug. 6 Sept 8 Sept $4 et
131. Millington, Eliza Elaine LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 3 Oct.
132, Moore, Marjorie Cleone LADY RODNEY . 16 Oct 18 Oct et.
133. Morgan, Sylma
134. Murray, Noel St. sateen
135. Murrell, Jean Marcelle
126. McCollin, Dorothy Yvonne GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD.—Agents.
137. Nicholls, Louis
138. Niles, Dolores Anita PAE NAINA E18 SL ERR en ere Ps AC We tle
1 NS Hee IRON RES, OOK
140. Padmore, Juanita i OPRAOTIO 3
141, Parris, Cynthia Patricia CHIR m
a I
143. Pierres Bane Phage MAP LE MANOR metnd corrects diseases of ayes,





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FURNITURE
AUCTION

Wednesday, 29th August
at 11.30 a.m.

WE have been instructed by
Dr. H. M. S. G, Beadnell to sell
hy Auction the Furniture and

Household Effects at “Fernihurst”,
Deacon's Rd., St. Michael.

morning of Sale from
9 a.m.

Viewing

Dining Table (seats 8) Set 8 Din-
ing Chairs, Sideboard, utlery
Chest on Stand, Pr Corner Book-
cases iglass fronted), Bookcase
(double glass doors), Large Coffee
Table, Set 4 Chairs, Round Table,
Small Desk (with glass top,) Large
Office Desk, Oval Tip-Top Tabie

(Brass Feet), Occasional Tables,
Armchair with cushior seat,
Mahogany and Wicker 3 Piece

Suite with Spring Seats and Loose
Cushions, Pr Single Beds and
Springs, Bed: Tables, Pr open
fronted Booke.ses, Dressing Table
with Mirror, Telephone Stool. (Ail






the above in Mahogany.) Carron
Wood and Coal Stove Frigidaire
(American), Pr Single Painted

Beds and Springs, Cream Painted
Wardrobe with long mirror, Cream
Dressing Table with Stool, Polished
Cedar Shoe Rack, Card Table,
Wicker Arm Chairs, Painted Bed-
side Tabie, Large Kitchen Table,
Open fronted Hanging Press, Large
Painted Bookcase, Green Painted
Table, Painted Morris Chair, Bed-
side Tables, Painted Press (6
shelves,) Cedar Lined Chest of
Drawers, 4 Spring filled Mattress-
es. Folding and Deck Chairs,
Kitchen Chairs, Gallery Furniture,
Kitchen Cabinets, Lardtrs and
Large Food Store, Mahogany
Trays, Ironing Board, Work bench,

Baby's Cot with Hair Mattress
Child's Tricycle (as new) Child's
sk, Child's Painted Dressing
able, Baby's Weighing Machines,
Medicine Cabinet, Mirrors, Elec
Fan, Blec. Irons, Portable Gramo-
phone, Biec. Kettle, Elec Hot

Plate, 2 - Burner Oil Stove, Sew-
ing Cabinet, Butler's Tray and
Stand, Tennis Net, Lawn Mower.
Mise Glass, China, Kitchen
Utensils, Mosquito Nets, (2 double,
2 single,) Small Ecko Radio, Also
a varied assortment of misc.
items





OF

AUCTIONEERS

John »4. Braden

& CoO.

A.F.S., F.V.A.
Phone 4640
Plantations Building

CASH HAMMER.


























ears. nose, throat, lungs, stomach
and kidneys; also headaches, knee
and foot troubles. Drs, Ferreira,
“Chiroville’, Upper Bay Street,
(neay Esplanade), Dial 2881. Bree
consultation,

GUFST HOUSE
OPPOSITE HASTINGS RCCKS
Tel, 3021,

L BOURNE,

FOR SALE

A beautiful country — house
Standing on 1% acres good land, |
3% miles from town with Govern- |

|

FLASH!

The first step to a good
building is good planning.
| When thinking of remodell-
| ing or building a flat consult
| your modern designer and
| Builder and save $ $ $
\

J. ARRINDALE WATKINS,
Office, Lucas Street-

ment water, lights and telephone
short distance from '4 hourly bus
service.
Ceci. JEMMOTT
Phone 4563
Upstairs Knight's 33, Broad Street.

26.8.51—1n

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer of Magazine Lane offers
for sale the following Properties:—

WORTHING

At Worthing on the sea. (5) Five Properties.

ROCKLEY

At Rockley on the sea, (1) One stone house with six bed-
rooms, standing on 14,293 square feet of land. Ideally suited

as guest house.
FONTABELLE

At Fontabelle on the land side (3) three houses all in good
condition. Owner interested in offering them as a 6% invest-
ment.

Another almost new bungalow at Fontabelle with spacious
yard. House has Gallery, drawing and dining rooms, (3) bed-
rooms, toilet and bath, modern kitchenette and garage.

WELLINGTON STREET

small property with (3) bedrooms, drawing and
rooms, water toilet and bath, kitchen. At present
Price £700.

KING STREET

One small property with open Verandah, drawi and
dining rooms, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, shower bath. Price £700-

CODRINGTON HILL

One stone house with open verandah, drawing and dining
rooms, 2 bedrooms, toilet, bath and kitchen, standing on %
of an acre of land.

HOTHERSAL TURNING

One substantially built stone house called “The Haven”
with verandah, drawing and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, water

One
dining
vacant.

toilet and bath, standing on %4 of an acre of land. Price
attractive.
For all particulars, apply to



SHCY A. SCOTT#P. 0. Box Ul













AUGUST 26, 1951





REAL ESTATE
JOHN

M4.
BLADON

& ce.

A.F.S., F.V.A.

. FOR SALE

“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
James.—Large 2-storey stone
house of sound construction

located on over * an acre of good
Coast land with 160 f of sea
frontage. First class sandy beach
and calm safe bathing. The house
has 2 Isrge living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation en ground
floor. Im our opinion this proper-
ty would be eminently suitable for
conversion into a Guest House.
Low figure required.

BUNGALOW. St. James Coast.—
A charmingly situated seaside
home, well elevated above sea
Jevel with over ‘2 an acre well
laid out private gardens containing
Jawns at front and rear, many
varieties flowering shrubs and
trees. Private bathing cove with
good safe bathing. ere is an
L-shaped roofed verandah lounge,
dining room, 4 bedrooms, garage
and servant's quarters. Good in-
vestment tm this fashionable area
where this type of property always
retains a good capital ar’ rental
value.



“COOLMORE", Pine Hill.—
Modern Bungalow constructed in
1939 with 18” stone walls and
heavy asbestos roof. There is a
large L-Shaped living room, 2
double bedrooms with built-in
wardrobes, kitchen, pantry, ser-
vant’s kitchen, bathroom with tub
and shower, solar heating instal-
lation, garage and 2. servant's
rooms, The grounds of about % an
acre are heavily wooded with
Mahogany and Flamboyant trees
and the lawns and stone flaggea
terrace are in a secluded wall
garden, attractive location close
to town.

BUNGALOW, Yine Hill— Very
wel. constructed modern home
cleverly designed for easy run-
ning with minimum labour. Con-
tains wide verandahs, good living
room, 3 bedrooms with ‘built-in’
closets, tiled bathroom and sep-
arate toilet, tiled kitchen, laundry,
servant's quarters and large
garage with direct access to house.
Constructed of stone with poilish-
ed pine flooring throughout. Cool
and increasingly popular residen-
tial district.

“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd
—A spacious 2-storey stone house
built to last with the type of
material rarely seen to-day. Ac-
commodation comprises enclosed
galleries, 2 reception, dining room,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, _ pantry,
storerooms, garage etc. Well re-
commended at the greatly reduced
price now required.

BUILDING LAND. Rockley—We
are instructed to offer a most
attractive building site in a
secluded pysition bounded by
Golf Links and having direct
access thereto.



MODERN BUNGALOW. Christ
Church—A unique modern home
designed by American architect
to take full advantage of a choice
elevated site with magnificent
views over the Caribbean. There

are 3 bedrooms, 2 _ bathrooms,
livingroom, study, kitchen, laun-
Gry and garage. Personal appli-

cation only.

“WINDY WiLLOWS"—Prospect,
St James, Unfurnished house on
coast, with 3 bedrooms, lounge,
verandah, overlooking sea etc.
Immediate possession.

“IN CHANCERY", Inch Marlow
Modern well designed and soundly
built bungalow on the coast
where there is always a cooling
breeze There is a large com-
bined lounge/dining room, kitch-
en with serving hatch, 2 bed-
rooms, built in garage and all
usual offices. Open to offers,

“RICHMOND”, Marine Gardens.
—A solidly constructed 2-storey
stone house with wallaba shingled
roof and pine flooring; well placed
on corner site. Pleasant lawn,
flower beds, kitchen garden and
large yard. Accommodation com-
prises 2 lounges, dining room,
breakfast room, large kitchen, 2
verandahs, 5 bedrooms, 2 bath
and toilets, 2 garages and ser-
vant’s quarters, Very suitable for
conversion into flats or boarding
house.

“LOCKERBIE HOUSE”, Brittons
Cross Rd.—Fine example of a pre-
war 2-storey Barbadian home
pervading an atmosphere of mel-
Jow solidity enchanced by the
*Old World” garden in which it
stands. The covered porch at the
front of the house is but one of
the pleasant features about “Lock-
erbie"’ and on entering the lounge
an unusual central stairway in-
variably receives favourable com-
ment. The separate dining room
is usually Bupresiates and also
the small study and long wide
verandahs. A property well worth
viewing if real value for money
is wanted.



“HOLDER'S HOUSE", St.
James. An Estate House built of
stone with pine floors and shingle

roof 3 reception, 5 bedrooms,
verandahs ete, also gatage and
usual outbuildings. The house

stands on approx 4 acres of well
timbered land (mahogany) ap-
proached by a long driveway
flanked with closely planted ma-
hogany trees, The outstanding
attraction of “Holder's” is the
very lovely site which has the
advantage of being well elevated
and cool, with fine views all
round. Coast is less than a mile
away and town 6 miles

“HILL CREST”, Bathsheba. Sub-
stantially built modern stone bun-
galow on the brow of the cliffs
affording fine view of this rocky
coastline. There are three good
bedrooms, living room, 2-sided gal-
Jery, kitchen, servant's quarters
and garage, Electricity and water
are laid on, The Land is over 6
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Issue No. 33 THE BARBADOS REGIMENT 24 Aus. 51
1 PARADES -—- Training i
All ranks will parade at Regimental Headq @rs at T2700 hours on Thursday
36th A 1. “A” Coy is allotted tt ature and open ranges. “B”
Coy will nue weapon training in preparation for A.M.C. as ordered by
Coy Comd. H.Q. Coy will carry out specialists training Signal
ec or’s course continues on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
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Recruits will parade for training nder their respective s
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4 Many Other Ranks have been seen recently with their berets worn incorrectly |

“either on the back of the head or at an angle across the forehead. Other |
Ranks are reminded that the brow band of the beret must be worn horizontally |
round the head with the ribbon in the centre of the back of the head. All |
Officers and N.C.O.'s will ensure that this order is strictly carried out in
future on every parade
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3 SEPTEMBER 1951

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M. L. D. Skewes-Cox, Major,

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WS eaucae conwan FIRST PRIZE—The Cow and Gate Silver Challenge Bowl to keep for Dr. W. H. E. Johnson, Mrs, Olga Symmonds, « |
MW ex one (1) year, a Silver Cup, and $25.00 in cash, presented by Cow "i 7 « |
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WS P.O. Box 216, Collins’ Building, Bridgetown, SECOND PRIZE—S$10.00 and a Plated Silver Cup, presented by Cow ° \\
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SS e picture THIRD PRIZE—$5.00 and a Plated Silver Cup, presented by Cow & «
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FOI RTBIA -i\im Ai'WK.vn -i MIW vi i.isr M, ia CLASSIFIED ADS. TIUPHONI 1M %  Ualweei 3U ..Id IN MIMOK1AM in* Browne iloi.lbwurne Sr.>"> •ath of Dm i— Alhr, I on SALE FUH IIIM Minimum eh*-e-* *>-k It cenu eg run Sunday,* M t^otb — on %  cord* 3 cent* a ii-ord %  ****< %  4 C*" wufd on aUnda-1,1. 1'iinii Miiins Ten rent* per d mil |1 K %  gag) .1:, M SniaWvi %  eg*. -.:,., HOUSES %  Hoi 3 iirtn.nu. -II iiwd<*n cop 'l-Klou* yard, fruit tree* September Apply Mis 1 Maiar-hester lands End Al'TOMOTIYt aid* W %  Jl U I'l IU1....M II VI Hi Or.e-Bedmon. Flat .< AWlHOw "1''*l a*J r I. 400 mile. I'm -a n iii I.Ml IMIII.I SUfr I I..!. Balds". -i"l Mil Aumt sorrow. Now o 'iiii-n Ci.-.-nidge .llu.baivd.. Mr. **. %  rent. ORela. I". Dim Aiefi %  m *d %  ten. %  ..i A* DIM go by w* n you more Your krvLig —..I. oui %  -•>'-> ••• No one can Ail > %  "" v-eant Place Evor to be ttmm*" !" I' 1 her I"' 11 -viaband A Km to Bhepparfl. Lcnnt* .sont ill OM Dodge Caf I ... .ng condition > Ageiiiie*. LM CAB Drop-head convertible Ford V-f ii goad eandlfion Hydrauiic-lly operated — -1 Ring R NlrlmlkMIMI-wn 23 11 I f.it OUFTU.V TERRACE T.. en W." ..ninl Furnished House. Upper Bay SI (lppo.ur Y.. hi and Aquatic flu*, modern eonvanWiUM. Af*U on pren real if F1.AT on Bk*e Water* Tarraca. new bUllI Wllh lUMUii CUpboarda Pl.o IS T 31 If Hkl-H III "AIM Ml. II Ml. NOTICE %  It Matthews Chapel Hoo*" Oibb*. 111 be T*elv*d b Ihr 'indrrsignod up I I Ut 11 ..rlaik noon on Frvda) A.i|uM 111' M tat repairs to Ihr 11 Matthew* %  Mi • Hwrl i'm which can be seen on appUcaUa-. %  The Churchwarden do** no! bifid himself to accept the l*we*t or IKT tor-le...,i Ih* person or Firm whoa* lander mat bar accepted will be injtiliaal %  being member, of the Si Mtrh Vestry rt***-| lhaii wiiiii.gneaa to ctpl Miretvatup for lit* MlMMIRI I %  '• %  '" %  • %  tl*n C"h.iri-hw*r 12 %  it v NOTICE r \KI-M III v I WIIRI M %  , .,nnK I i •Wfl. nl*hed ft BOYCE, J ,.">. SIlMt. paintod and uphulatriad. i I IM1 Fort Praia*! In p(atl londltlon I Dump Pan lor I*v> duly truck laa my t|rpa golnf ihrap .**ona MM Mi.rhall A> Edwards IS %  II—n %  I* MHirolWI M mmon WIIL .I a dcpanrd Ihl. n(r on thBU> n. f -i it*" Loat In iHjrii of iwrna what* h tM Last larawall .1111 Unlcr" daar. And lhat uddcal Kia. al parting Bilro l- mmd Iha la I line <' %  Ertt lo ha %  an*mbar^i rwrtopomta %  Wil*'. Murtal ""J 1 .*;** %  Chlldrrn. SHMELBCTSICAL gWi BjjjBfl N OTHt LISTS Qf BLlCtOaU AS ftnd wbm vtv LIM* oi Da tan are published in %  .ion ii oi the Bpeeia Rdd^tntlen ol V-M .(..mt.. Atax-nibl^> Act. 1051, ; %  of these elecUiral LW ..vaihibl,(>i His JI (he followni| prices:— WhOM Hand 30.00 Ml ii-ht-liuiinK I -Ira%  'RallJc• %  Cal hMl Trth-k 11.1'irrlaa Ju.l lacaivad nuaranlard for II month, Phonr ut lot praa EMctilc kWlaa Sarviaa L*d Twradtlda Road Phoi.r 4311 II I.II—In I'. Oil 4 00 2 40 i Bridgetown %  Christ Church . Remaining conslitu clea Individual districts. Appllcftlion* snould be made li tht Colonial Secretary** Ofrtct ((M'CTMT (.RDViKHH ,\SS(M IATION I.TI1. NOTICE REriUGEflATOH Ona Nrw Mod. I ItrfriCPtatoi A-l tolidlWa Phecia IIU lor appoinlmant In a-WITOins H i H IM .., <>r ttraal OHINERPalm aMCK. %  i-..u.4r ii lafa M %  KM ool aiwl airy with ail rot. Apply: .. %  %  <• Ca Dial MSI JS • 11—3' rUBNITUHE REAL ESTATE BUNGALOW — A eomparatn.lv ne v r.,odatn bungalow Ntuatod al tha Carrl•on and away from tha main road. baiin.-iiL. wllh (unnirig wair, i n fcri Qai InatalKd. For further particular! contact W Wall' at T (.adde* (irant Ltd J-hon* 1HI or Home •01ft. I 7 :,i T 1 H NOTICE pAauH or M. JAUKH ApuliraOoiii for tha |— T %  Alrnahouaa will i i ii . i. laTnad up lo Saturday I • Ih aVpU-mber 1M1 Applnnnla mull bo fully qualified a* i rural and mldwif> The Salary IM .mdldalr to aaaum. I i.e. un Ihe h September P II TAKII.TON. Clark lo Iha Boaid or P.-i Law (i-nliam St. Jaine' l-OrlTADElK (11. K-h r g-ru. Ii tin I. r,. .II ilnifi rVtadl weigh! (.'. lll'NOALOW Sawl built Bungalow llrlghl.in nogd. 111.. Km! *'. rd '"" %  • %  %  coiiUii.iiif l badrooma Many other drawing B nn dining room-, verandah. %  — bath, kllchan and aarvanU room, e. .elf .onlalnrd of modarn da.lgn 1311 or 3231 M g |Jn Con lac Ltd Dial 3113 3* I 11 %  LIVESTOCK MARE Thoroug 1 riooam out %  FOR HALE proved purchatar 1 Building 13 33B 8. 1M fa.1, altuatad MECHANICAL >lN(i MACMINES-'Jui Mnaail ,.! Add.. Addm k modal .ippl, T Gaddoa fMl M. rraAl l-l-l :.' i n in Applications are invited (or ttv |ot at AssistJint St'cietary in th< Coconut Growers' Association Llo Port ol Spain. Timid-d. CftMll date* .should preferably lie be tvveen L'H to 40 vc.i i>( :u.t i. must have •arpMaMCe in offlci %  daaataVwAraUOO. A p'.ntn.< know led lie *t cot-arcounUn| 1 e-sential. S< nie technical (actor; iwould be an advan laaje \timigti not c*niil A[>plii>itions giving full ji;iriii'ii lars as under-noted should !•* MM under (uiiildentiiU cOVtr t' the Secietaiy-Maimiiei. COCODV Growers' Association. Ltd.. P, O Box 229. Port of Spain, Trinidad M <>r before 31st August. 1951. Particulars required: (1) a. Date of birth. b. Where born. (2) Harried or single. (3l Where educated. (4) Post or posts held durin past 10 years, and full de tails of duties performed (5) Certificate* ud/Of degree held. (6) Certified copies of twi recommendation* from pre* fiii (.iiid pii'viou.*, 1( any employers. (7) Names ami addresses i tv-o H'IIIIT tni n-tviilur as to character, etc (8t Amount al annual expected (9) A recent pi graph. jvotc: No wftarvitwi will bi r'anted except by nppolntmon nfter all application, have been considered. 2IS.S1—4n photo TENDERS Ml 1'MV iiti-ii ENGINE Tcntins are invited i M lh purchase of one (11 New Modi ME-fti Six Cylmdei h" x 8> a Murph> Diesel Engine mnunle> on engine iength welded tw sklda, length I0S7/S", radlatoi cooled and equipped witl nel(>"ed Twin Disc power tale off .lot.h two 12 v .it %  tartin with rabies, radlatoi f-i and lubricating oil cooler (0 tropical aJMratJor Rating 18 ,i F termittent 150 H.P. con tlnuotu al ISOO i;i'M %  < Be I. vtl :ui (10 V ambient; also lot of kpare i Ten.i.'i i sho ild %  ubmltvcd Ii i-aled env.'li.pi-s addressed i-> th (Uy Engineer marked — %  TENUEKS FOR ML'llPHY DIESEL ENGINE' i.>id fhould reach the i cor POrl-of-Spaln not %  Sattli lay 15th SeptemUi. 1951 —2ii B TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH nd two arcund hand Hrrinngton Tip-' illai* l". appu T Oidde* Cranl Ltd l,..ne -.M2 22 S II -Ii MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUEa Ol avary da.. IB! lot, Han, China, old Jewel., flna Sllvai Valer-rolouia. Early book.. Mar" oitogiapha air. at Oornngai AnlMju< •hop. adlnlning Royal Varht Club J B bt, t f n volr Prhta IS i •aivlea. * wa' alto good roarj Boyc*. NO ricr. mlad ray iha V—Uy ol Si PVIar IM above loan will bt reral rd bv thr jtuHralg \iirii.t 31.1 ItSI Q S COIUliS. NOTICE r\itiH oi *i aath im a f CORBIN. %  I Ti-eaauiri Hill 4n MOD ERN HIGH SC HOOL iRagldarag and approved *v Iha Orpartaaant el Kdaratfaaw BgfM ISSI \MI HELP IIS fM I aa ShiiUy Ha.iniatai. Antoinvlla lairialnr I %  %  11.. . IH.li Herat cII i i-i.l.ridge SVia...Braking %  ""'•... KaRh MHhaal %  %  %  Bennett BanntU. Vltuia Vernaa, Baal. Aleiaiidrla T • 1 Blahop. Prank Ml ii BI*.lon...' Blunt. L.I%  Biadaha*. Earl Da Coat%  rathwjltr. Mum Hi. Donald l ,.-. i %  tkrM I:..A. i;. Ill i lr Havre. Barbara Anita Balttl Eurakma Id id lalUnlma Furalana lanlna .. lie. ftsaia. Vataas Vaa. • Hft aaaaaSa r. s. kk 134 Bkeete. B %  I Ermlnth. MBKOITII rhurh Byiioa. Lilith Pamela Camph. Carmit haal. Ben Cutwall. (laraldlnv Adri. Clundl.-i I Coke Carl B Clark*, Ehtrelte Bruca CUrk*. Pal Clarka. Daanna Damw ClarhS. Oknda Elmeta Clark* Joan laBlria CUrka. Tran m i %  ... Glllooi. Sylvan Olwm Goodnuin. Jnyra Rlrita i: W. l. w, Ei neat me Smith, r.lt.in St Ct-.ii Smith. Iran Agatha BRIIUV Imor Ovarear Weldrr K ".i.iln of lain* work neiul... i-i > si ii TYPiBT. Waatad tag oaVa or wall i'..UIi-hcd Manufarturara' Agrnt*. T p.t with aomo aperi net App 1 "• P ABC. Advocate M • 51—2n MISCELLANEOUS 11 3n X Good quality Bo .,. *>.tl.rrhe...l I'd n I llA.D P/MAAM: One hagvv Hollar, .i.ltabk. for u*a In CoUi "•,,.,. |iaj sis Hand • %  -y M3n WAN1II) TO BIT pii II—Si ear Sea Wftirnl Laa StaaS] uul Looklfig (or good bargain C •rtUl p.i tirulaii SS I Wanted to buy. accumuM aaad pexaas Maa t of Waat Indtar, %  i tuglia.l pmr. paid *h or man h-.iid.a Writ* or e..d rai gieuo.Kl Stamps Wi Ciaih .. i s A a* a si i REAL ESTATE JOHN Si. BLADON r ca. A r.a.. r.v A. I OSI 1 Ol so LOST MANGLES: "TVo %  T i.l.d ilv ..iiglp. ii.i lUfl.irr W.nltMM*. OM. ..ird nfTrtrd Dial I1M SHIPPING NOTICES I SIM \l IO\AI Not K.I,.' i. Braakfait H.-n-i. Kllchan and > A good i. (liatlal Cultagra. Ulu-irJ be ownaGap ana M-kl. ClSM ilh conton, RMOt Kit. i.e.. and i. A good in-.. o W M ErMiii. Roebvick Slraajt 2I.B M .In I Pt"|*rly 'i atKUni 1 Hun* tri I Hmiu0 H %  • > a*Md ii. M Iau.il |J I I HanM.il Auui, to Kbunv R A*.| | Mi-hill Sle In Twe.'di.ii on 1W1 aq. \l.\,\Mllt S( IIOIH. SprisiiUtoun. lUrbadaa. I! St.I Ale.iii.dia Schoo vrri Ii Vll.iNin IMMIMRRSS. Tha Raw llaadmlUeaa wll be raquind l take UD Oil .II %  .Mo-iidm School Is > %  %  i;
IB* %  chool. ISM and U Hi n %  1.l..;itr m IM ,.M,wiled IA.IHIA K.n M a g gaga] as ^. a% a r aii g | Hi MIJI i\ Aa New urlre Fltt. Knight. Ltd ii a ii T r N Prur Raaaon ibl 23 I Sl-2n ll.nl. i | lid poM*M a Decree ol a But. I T aai a gfl Diplorrui at CartUkaia, tn titquiteil to devoir lial wl. iha -.IMR.1 aii.I pio.iu.lr gAll uf lakal gen -> II.I.X -1 -rlgliluf up to I Id Broad Stiaet O V. HuUhli KoflllTI t ,.. Mlualed -X Eagle II Hugh A DaCoaU Villa'SI Mallhlai Tho. i.r ASf4j ba A %  ll-.I.H ISS.ftl—Sn nl ol i-iii ally hir | lie ua* of Uu %  aeagai aal i COTTON PRINTS. Mor Mem tlr.i.ni.nlablr but* Drasasa, BIIIIIIHI in' Im everything from iirpalanl. %..BlraM DIU'MH Fur hundinl npt. drui K H Bui .. I.-' Dtal : %  ". %  • • II *n rULLCR BHt'silF.S N.w .hipiiienl. all Bruihra li.iludlitg l.adlri ii.tliiita Oent'. BrUllaroniba. Tooth IIHIH'I DanUI Plata Bruahaa. Cotiiplax Iti.ihw Bath Bruahaa. Comb leaiiri. Manicure Bruahra. Powde. iiuthei. Ploor Scrub*, nine Bow niTKOAUlW -At Worihing* with pprollmalaly 4.000 gq It hai open verandah drawing and oirlng room*. 3 bvdrooma. aanltory %  rrangaoraatUa, kilchanatle and garage I'nce very alliartive AI. (. %  M i btaswail R...id %  I S* %  II I tit Mil HOI sr Another C aiW of the ^.t d.MinU wllh a of Und al irrarut imdei .uHO.ilu.u I.lr.n poiillon id quickly bv appl lug to D'arcy A 'mi. Magaiine Una Dt.il 3M1 24 I 11-Jn oth*i LTD Middle LAMP BtTRNKBg No 2 lamp Burner. I quaint t>1 Jh The underal-ied will art up for ...la at nelr Office. No: II. High Htrret. Bridgen. on WadiveMaV. the aSth u.o ra) LugtakL ISSI. ..t 3 o,i JOO S'lara* Baibudo. Shlpp.i.g A Tiadlng Co Limllad IM Shaiaa Barbgdo. Pouiidr> Ltd 3<* Shaie. Barbadoi Co-opeiatlvc Cotton Factory Ud t-OTTIJe. CATTORD Co 23 S II -So Headml.tre.. The a Civil Servant, bul I under Ih* Taaehar** PCIMMIII Act .-oniribullon* ai* payable, but th. mn.. mum qualifying period la tan V*ai*. Ser vice at Alexandra School la counted aa I uallfying under the Enaluli Tagayhgii upirannuallon Act Paaaag* axpaioato Barbadoi, not rv c-rnllna 1:100. will be paid agaliul i[ipi..|iii;it..ucher> A 1.1 leave Igianlad every live .<*ra rr, reojueal. but up 1o tha prraen* no pa •age monev |g available to) Applicanta .houid foiward a tal*menr ,'ivmg the following parliciilai I Data and place of birth. 1 School* and Vnlvtralty attended 3 Degree giving %  utunu and %  '." obtalna.1 4 Poil-araduale atud: including Teacher v Dlplmna rn I til any 1 1 Teaching eiperiance with dalra and potillona held B War Service 111 BBS). 1 ParltcipaUon in out-of-cla** activi %  Admkni.liatlvr aipenrnea Of an> 10 Medical i'e-llrlcale of !' 11 Copkra ol truer tecent leitunoiual. 13 Tha namca and addreaarg ol tw Graanldgr Sybil (i.trrith. Clarvnc* I CiflRUi. G a. 11. Sfttfred I AnilHarding. C.eorga Pailu Harding, .v. V-ron. 1 Hii.a Candace I, ., Winaton Aibort Hindi. Arthur Oltitcr k l.udaay Vearwood Hind*. LoleU Coilel 1 1 %  I % % %  %  Cl* Ion IV H. IU :' % %  \ %  %  Inniiu,. K.ilh 1 Arthur ...a Anita JackMii. lean : I n KuilBCe Ailimtoii I ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. i' M on 1 1 > .1 Ml AJTUNO TO rASAMvaino AND 11 O M IfSUTfOt) ;.lth September l^Sl -till 1. TO IIIMUAIi PAJ VI VRIBO ANB B U %  I ortK AJill. Augu.t 1S*I M s BONAIIU -34th S*plamb*r 1S \UJHa TO TRINIDAD AND CI'RACAO M R MBBA 2Tlh AuguM ISfll V t. Hill!** 33rd •teptamber IMt •I P MI-WON. SON 4. CO LTD Agent .11:11001 Will accept Cargo .ind Haaaengarg for Dominic.1. A.'ifiua. Montaerial. N.^l., 8t Kitt. Sailing lrld "DASRWOOD" Will a.cepl Cargo and Palor Bt Lucia. Gronada. I' .. nl' I.. S' \ Sailing data u. be notified FRENCH LINE Cle.. Gle.. Tranutlantique SAILING TO ENGLAND at ntANCK "COLOMBIE" September 2. 1951 Via Martinique, Guadeloupe. SOt Til BOUND "COLOMBIE" 22nd Augur-. 1951. Cading at Trinidad. La Gualra. Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica. K I Pi Laahley. ~ Canadian National Steamships r R.idciluh "tl -I' Manifold. Vincent LeBo> Miiiiion. Antni.v De Veto M-r*hall, Don lavmonta 1 Carlulc M I iMav nard. Brand.* Fudani IM. Millar. Valma M.u M. %  < n. Bylma %  ' OHUOPHVil Uhhuda ifl Madleall .rex rlbad tha WORLD over for Female. 11 rate, uf prrmalur* ageing, menopaunI Horde rv change of life, alao lor lue.i indown and eaiacUted condlllon and .here gland.ilai aS S I a SWlS with phyaical i*d intst t ga tii al diat l atin .-i.t. -. II' |.I.^Mt...l t. That very deniable bualnaaa pra.niaa. kiown aa No tt Swan ttir. 1 a corner alte and .landing on 3W0 MIIH.H togt of land baSSastaSai on application to Ih* lenaiil Mr T S N (do Thi* proparty will be net up to Poblt* the Sacretarr. The Weat India Com.. IkSg .BI Friday 31.1 Augu>t 1091 lc# W.Noifolk Slreot, London. W C I the ..lore uf the uodanlgned reach him by Ihe aath Seplembei .iiburii Jean M R*S Dorothy Yvonn* Hirbi 1 LouU Hlh .. Puhaiai ISJI 1 H.uiirrHiri Klhelbert Padmore. J,i.uiiU ParrM. Cynthia Patricia %  1 %  %  in %  Kl.liie Ph-lli. BOl'TMBOLND LADY NELSON CAN CRUISER %  : ENGEH LADY HOUNEY -THIVTOR IJ*DY KlUOM Sail. Sail Menlrral Hallig 20 AuS 33 Al M Aug 8 S.ft IS Sepl 28 Bapt 10 Oct S*pl — %  1 SvPt 22 Sept 21 fiepl I Oct — 13 OM II Oct Arrl**i Barbada. 3 Sapi 10 Sapt 20 Sapt. 2 Ocl 10 Ocl 24 Oct 4 Sept II Bept 31 Sept 4 Oct II Oct 31 Oct N.ilt Mlliol ND LADY RODNEY LADY NELSON LADY. HoDNEY all> Arrirag Arrival r.arb-dni lia.len It.lit.. n A.tji g Sepl a sept n Sept. 2a Sapt 21 Oct 28 Oct I Sepl. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AgenU. AUCTION I Candidate* living In the Carribean gin mould .end lh*lr application lo th.Hnnntary Beeralaiv. Alanndta School ti p o It... 2*1. 10 .Igat. — n BarbuUx. fl W I bv Jl-i Ott..p*i 1H| >l ..,.,.,.1 r I 1 \ 1 AUGatara CMS f.i.l.-. %  vhPHO Aclto ... .1. A-npRo va ASPHO 1 ha I'BIIII llr< aal SI CatAluJM HMai iui. -t leadlni.* 1 a ii-n •nit when you tofcr gOMB louder Iha aal* .md ** ..• Uackach* ll*-d.nd loll HY I ti,. >f Police I will .ell by Auction .... Monday tha nth al 1 *> I Item* which iiMlude. ill Small Boat. Feu II. t. HMI.I .11001. %  and (oik., and olln i It raat IWaaa •trictly Caah DAltCY A SCOTT 31 %  II an Oovt Aucltonear. Dlgt "A' Itemeiiilx r Ihrrr U only on If a M Hi Jaal aprard by — JOHNSONS STATIONERY BFl-ollllS: Charll* Kunl. Ming, Bwln. and wa Will oed*T for you II • %  .aven't got It In atock A. B*r"*a a C viiii 0IT.1 foi aal* bt P il >UUnn at n.' Ofllcr VI(TXltlA STHKIT 1 n 00 ,1 ... :., I . |g fullv naiiirvl piatag or in.naiiv good aapat Appt. Wit) .o-vi" %  Jonn M I Saw Sal. OOUSBfl ON THURSDAY 30th t S Maaai.r .t %  IngTid" I K-ll Tup Dr*k. Wickt I Cnaira „,a Bocfr-ri %  S.ree. fibre Mat. IB* i o\r M I 1. A Trained 1 ream liood .ured He Sale Da AIIKM DIM ...1 aaaMf, Roal 1 rr The only Man iaVlVOITm'ElllENTS 1 iwataid. Table mv Ii iiuiio and Hal Wood l'-ml.d Bail.!.. <1 E C Ha-frlgaaatoi II %  .f Table. i;,VrV///.V.V. O*. DANCE %  w* will be cki*i '" %  Ailguvt Ii %  %  oaii-i Co 1111 M* III M I al BOSPltAL ,.. 'fully ra. ... .\i--il wllhm threi ,i Dental Lab. Maga 11 ..'tlcallv n*-w. Wal Conhen. Kit. 1 I Board. Step Ladd. i.th Stale., .nooki Real, Couch I Hair Mallrr* Sale II 30 RKANltT %  rlaaa and Preaam, U Kltcl.. ry gi>-l BUgaV) NO.lv.iv I OAHEB III B In r*nour ol the Vinling lloiiih 1-1 and School T.ama Hi MM -11 \t .ill II 111 SI •I 131 II %  tfaale l>> P>i d<*3S>t C '^^**V*a*.'a*-* '.•,;•.'.:' IW DANTF id ol S Mary's Church IIOI.KIrKN. KONTABELI.E on SATURDAY. 15th Sepl. beginning 9 p.m. ilU'HKSTHA A STKK1. HAND Tickets >l 00 • 1U1 Spiral Spring* 1 and alhi 1 itnua ••fjaeh Te:m. caah I. TROTMAN CO. \'l. II %  % %  H I Dud* n*j i> Latt Al 1 altlewa.h rlaia.heK. v Bedroom Bungalow Type Al 1 .1 dltlon. Funn.hed. .ill MO.I.T C. C I over 1.000 *q ft Am Raaaonabla Or-i Caa H.,V it AH.O > oot 1 RJfU \ I \. Hi Coltergaaaa all Maaara Otawai EIJOO. Can Buv It AT MKit.MTCl. Hi). Very Near Baa: A 3 Bedroom .poa%  SMa 3 or 4. IlimgaloTypo No! Old llrealer Plot Stone Built, -l-.ut IJfM i ft I'nder £2.3o. Can I I'lTIK tlATMN HILL A 1 Bedi Tm ia> wn •• %  ".-' if a-> 1 an AT THE OAJtRtaOrl l Ba> •*•> I 1 H IN ESS I'KEMISES A IIIM'":.. I iboul J-ft Depth about 0MI : a Wall *m.wn Il11-I1.fi. Staml and very Sullab.. „ Bui tin. l-mpeiiv with Btd. to C 1.000 and by way of Mortgage, a lion* Bulll 1 ':..entry Repaired and Painted, with a 1 %  Shelveand OlaCa.e 3 IBFS4N . and Kitchen aUnga ..„ 1 %  anil Phower Hath Dip %  .11 Garage J R"' 01 I -1 Ihce. GaU %  vf Property and nd about Ml.SI-ln Hn. %  !"£. 1 1 1 C ^nd A 2 BadrooM -1.. Itoth Goiua lor Only I'J.Wo AT NAV fiAMDENS T"> 1 flllW r Almoal New 1 1 \ *W tlnrday. J-lth August Viewing nioimig of S-ile Iroi.i • am. Dining Table IggaSS %  > St_• Dining Chalra. Sldcbo.-iid. CtMIBT) 1 1 . 11..... ta-- iglux fionladi. li.-.kta.a • double glat* dog 1 Table. -. %  I Tab** Si,...II I. lop %  Lnrg OK % %  K oral TW Toaj Ibi* 1 Tabkat. v. aaat. Mahogauv .old B Ul Spring SeaU and Looae Cuahiotw. Pr Slngte Bad. and Table*. Pr open :... 1 .. .with Mirror. Tab-phon* Slool AU tha abuv* in M-lu>gn* I Cairou Wood m I W"' IMInteil ll.-da and S ( fl Cream Wardiobe wlUl lonf B Irrw I Draaaing Table with Su1. roll.hed Bhoe link Card T.bie. 1-,|-, W vide T-h.t I'.uil.tl Book) .. r .M. Pai %  -I aide TableV %  . Diawrr. 4 lp*U M Folding Kitchai ,. Ml 1"! 1 ,., a. i' %  >:. 1 n I %  %  Kiteruii double. 3 •ingl.'. .-.. ALo tiuao it. CASH OH rAU Al ITIONEERS Jasts.M.HldagJsik. ff cm, A.FS, F V \ I'honr IMI Plantiitinns Kuildinu MAPLE MANOR OCR IT BUtSB OPPOSITE HASTINGS BUCKS Sal. 10:1 L BOU3NI. Managaraaa. CHIROPRACTIC FOR SALE good la il id telephua CECIL. JEMMOTT hlnigln 33. Broad atreat m %  II-In dl —na— of i tar* no*e, throat, lung*, ttor. •nd *ldncr. alaa hawiach**. an** and fool troublaa Dr. Ferrelra. ihir..vllla', Upper Bay Sire**, me-. aatpUnadei. Dial ISSI Ere* %  toniultalion. SEWS FLASH! The first step to a good building is good planning When thinking ol letnodelling or building a flat consult vim nn:e n.i Gallery, drawing nnd dmmg rooms. t3) bed•i. • ,1ft an bnh. modern kitchenette and garage. WELLINGTON STREET One 'loall propertv dining roorng, water to £ 700 i3l bedrooms, drawinf and id bath, kitchen. At present KING STREET One small piop'ity with open Vi i!ig and dining room*. 2 bedroom*, kucheti. shower bath Price £700 CODRINGTON HILL in vAith oocn verandah, drawing und dining >. toil-t. hath and kitchen, standing on Vi of an acre of land. HOTHERSAL TURNING ...It stone house called "The Haven" :;mg rooms, 3 bedruo-i bath. >tandmg on I Of land. Price particulars. appl>' lo iriHiY t. si;i-i'.... II FOR SALE located on O*T •*n acaa of good Coall laud tflUl 100 II of a*W *M land,' bcucn and .aim aafa bull.in Tha hoo**> haa 3 large living mom*. bedroom, on th* .-[.per S.r -ill. .... Sour In in opinion u-.' I 11 a a* .' I' i converaion ml.. • flueat Houae. ta.w ftgura raquiiad 1 prtv, i gardani t v.irictiei Aowering akruba and tire* Private bathing cove with good gafe balhmg "niere ta an 1. .haped roofed vand-' uming room. 4 bedroom* garage .uid ptrvania quartan Oood 1*i-..i. l..hi"n..bW aia whnc Ihia HP* Of property alw av. iri.ii .i good capital ai rental ..•. %  Bd % %  beaux inof Th'ra i large L-Shaped living room. 1 ,i,..i.ir ba dr aoaag a/FU %  i B-i wardrobea. kitchen, pantry. arr> vant'i kllchan. bathroom with tub and .how*r. aoUr healing inaUllalion. garage and 3 gervant i norm Th* ground* nl ab I aire are h'avily wooded with Mahogan' -ml Flambovai.t Ire*. ..id Ihr lawn* and atou* Sagge.. terrace are in a secluded wall gurdei. O Ui aa ii rg location clog* to lown gi M.AI.O* v.na HillVerr W*J tn-i.lruiled modem home cleverly designed lor eaay i." iimg with minimum labour Contain* wide verandaha. good living room. 3 bedroom, with 'built-in' cloaeU. tiled bathroom and aeparate lollel. toed kitchen, laundry. %  ervanl-i quarter* and latg* garage with direct acccu to hour*-. Contlructod of .lone wllh uo.oh•d pin* floor I< Ihruufhout Cool and Inciaaainglv popular retldenlul di-trict "STRATHMOBE." Culloden Rd -A ipacioua S-Uorey gton* Itouia built to la*t wllh the lypa of malarial rarely *een to-day Accommodaliou comprigaa enclioed gnlMrie*. 2 reception, dining room bedroom.. kitchen, panlr_v. atoreroomg. garage etc Wall rrcomnvrndad at th* groatl. reduced price now required nill.DINOI.ANB Roeklev W* me mitructad to ofTer a moat building alt* In a %  l.-l 1%  I ink. I •a ilia ret o nd MOBKRN II M.tl.Ot Cl i l'l Church-A uniaue modem homa daalgned by lo take full at elevated ilte m %  narlcati airhltact inlaga of a choice wllh magnificent .. over in* Caiibbe.ui Thar. 3 bedroom.. 3 bathroom*. is room, gtudv. kllchan, laun-nd gaia B — Petv. "WINOT WILLOWS"—r>o*p*>it, SI Jam**. Unlurnlahed houae on coaal. with 3 bedroom*, lounfcc, verandah, overlooking aaa ale. Immediate poawilon. -IN i it \Nt lk> lack Marlaw Modern well rieugned and aoundl.v bu.lt buns-low on Ihe coaal where Ihere n alwaya a cooling breere There u a lane combined lounge dining room, kitchen with nerving hatch 2 bedroom*, bulll in garage and all ii.oal officeOpen lo offer* RICHMONO". Marine Oarden.. A Mlidly coiiMruclM 2-gtorey alone houae wllh wallaba %  hlnglad %  oof and pine flooring; well placed on corner *lte. Pleasant lawn, flower bed., kitchen garden and ha brenkfa.l room, large kitchen. 3 verandah*, i bedroom*. 2 bath and lollel*. 1 garage* and **rvnnt quarter. Very suitable for convection into flat* or boarding "LOCKERBIE BOISE". Brlltoni Croa* Rd Em* example of a prewar 2-toray Barbadian home p. iv.ding an atrnoaphare • • Old ,-|, %  i by Vorld" (ardeii In which II %  land* The covered porch at Ihe from ol ihe hou*e la but one of the pleasant feature* about 1. V crblc" and on entering Ihe lounge variably r>reive* f-vourabla omi"nl The teparale dli.mg rOMJgn U usually appre.ii.ied and alao Ihe small aludy and long wide verandah. A propnrty well worth viewing If real value for money la wanted HOLOER'S NOISE". SI Jama*. An Eaiat* Housa bu.lt of .tone with pine floor, and •lilngle roof 3 reception. .1 bedroom., verandah, etc also garage and usual .il mil Wing. The houae 4 arm of well n.nhogaiivi apllmhared p mar had IV. ... I v. The inled al tract ion very lovely Hie which ha advantage of bring well el. and cool, with fine view round Coait i. lee* than i awav and town 6 mlkr> Sub' BILL CREST'. Bath.keb. •lantially bulll modern stone bungalow on Ih* brow of the cliff* line view of thi. rockv ."••nine Them are three good bedronm.. living room. 2-sided gallerv kitchen, tervant** quarter. and garagv Elerlriciiv and water %  re laid on The 1-and U ova. 0 acre* and Ihere are about 10 roeognut tree* An mirre.tir.g proposition at the low figure asked RENTALS '""J.IPLYVNt.1 Garden Gap. %  •ting* NKelv located lutnlahgsgsa ---• WBITtBALI FLATS". Codringlon Hill St Michael Modern •parbnenu wub use of beauUlul REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS sad SURVEYORS PLANTATIONS BVH.D1NG Phone 44a



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I'M.I •-!". SI M1AY UIVOCATR PINDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1M ) cs/crtJay 's Cricket SCOREBOARD rout) -i l-.l>ra "-I ll.e. SB Knint l**te 4. %  %  ..I I*. Robs dipper Al%  %  %  loo i i i-i\ ilion by %  it, 2 it, i • M. I > %  l.t lini %  %  %  %  %  %  l of 11 rum PH KWICK \*. LODGE ilut (|M I W ''I-' '" II • VMM VN v. IMPIRI • % %  IUH — il !••*• %  %  %  K I I : %  i Dark*i tNALVSn It I IB %  '\ I . I 1 ii % %  till .l H i r turn 1 %  %  • : ... %  %  Stout* who %  i EH M '1 1 '"..• %  %  i %  r %  Tot".! 5 || (.mi fi.r ?7 .incl p a || „( ,i.t i 17 I I I H.KI IBruo I B %  COMBRRMFRF vs. u \M>rltrRS Comh •>< • c Whito c H ..-.., ra (tar 1 wkfctW IM |. Corn i" %  %  | .-. Total i.-. on ... [, mi— :•* i-r To:i it win n i 'Hill; %  %  %  I < P. AUHI>. b N %  U • I It, i N M.tWl.II |* I <— I. M.r.MII • F Kinc c wfcpt b II T'ippin S %  .:.. %  %  1 K > % %  !-• b N Mai.hall 0 .!..,!! | • lull I* %  i m; 2 If S-M. II 3 I I *-- BOWUXO ANALYSIS 11 Hill • 1 1 TotffHl I t..4.n.. I.l Imilni* I '. | H I I M UK %  I inn Kihi t> OMM T.'Hdsi* H*I mil CtlBI Toi-I l,,r T kl.. tow] IN<; ANAI ran it ii >•• KMUK .inn. I ...II' LI IH.H. '. [..rH.lt b r ,i. InnU l> KIM %  tout>W On %  Ui-I ll> W ii.|,|j„ Sands Has Lost Nothing In Cash By Going To U.K. Kinxld. By liKORGr VMIIIIS.. I i, ,11 never lurgei Lays crck ,._ „ M >e fought back lo galunlly Sand.. Empire ml ,: .ng.r) > Laulo Papp in Milan this year—the performance OAK has a flavour of FRESH COWS MILK champion, i back to A i pique at not having the opportunity of u shot at the world chimpJnship. or of pa ting up .1 lucrative %  r, | En pi ftcrown Ill-founded BjdHri country was rcspon Sands not having Bfl light with Randolph Turpm Mn liisi month;i situation to Randolph < % %  champion at the expense of Sugar H.t\ %  ttfa Dm* himself in the minor rote •>* owr* weight winner against Aineeiart jown, with Turptn'i %  Jkl the Sugar Ray return beginning next week. Sand's chanc* of world Mams can be written down neiiligible at the moment, but to highlight vlorv hat gained the Ixtndonet a best ihe Furopean -hip.. OHM as the Italian %  peculator! IIHK1 thiall approbation our Aide haajwd kg at me and whispered : They I B'doi \\ ater Polo Tram Selected hi in lWtf -lid IMUslippery opponent tnis Daa"wto hp'ajattPf faihatanUgJ >••". p'aying by guile rainor than ronsoUti n—In cash. by strength Oiu/ln Kvrlyn (151. AlthoiiKh Samlcamp !.. Britain with a unajntt DMMHM PO i I ..ul i UU i"N n lb* IIOMt I llll.lM U !!•>..! %  Wilktr r kpt wooa. a w ggt Ml Ailkr. i.b*>Pl H i %  v.. ?—ftp. %  * a ANALYSIS m M hi no 00.07, standing itvu ** !" %  Mat inch** and wMoAtng Mt %  L 11 IM-IB for a* ... }'!\, *2K .' %  '"" nwbttei d i the Harrlfon CoUoga %  winrnmni i1, in goo,I %  l 'ditlon and .. promtalni youm player. Hill' Mannlnc 1 17-. Will t> during the lour. HM %  .: polo %  hue I9M and hi the captain of the Harrison College team Twtea \ Ludorum In the Hen loan qualit spurts, is an ag%  %  forward and combines w, :i with Bannister and luce. Mjurtre Foster <*•> %  i one goalkeeper. Has play. welf thLs season and lit. performance In the trials was tops. pfeeiM-T. niBttkrr %  glrtUHl Hood |l,.fkl> %  b MHoml I .... .,.. Ha %  i. • naa I llnarll llri-lk-. Ii M I i • a wood %  qjneow <> wrnm II %  n. rP ii Mil' • II KM %  II Kid>ie ItiilrhuiHMi b r-trnn %  H H oWnUea M > i i. Head % %  rai •' -l -.tpi i II II b i KM l> Wt.ll, i | i. Di %  I . i--i :i <•• i. | u. %  i. a lU BOW1 HQ ANALYSIS %  .•ii* pal Ibw Kinx kpr Wood 1 i. m well Ihul Brown; u v fought Booth at Uii mlngliam i i hat BOW bci 'i i rnnteed hn> IheV liiI1V :i ,. r o( !h ,. 1mmt 1(1 wlll lNl or lhe world championship re.„, M. ina ger. Started playing lurn in New York on SOOti all r ^^ 1,^^,,,.,, 1937 ,„„! 1936 Joined the army and weal .s during the war returning to !, i:>;ulos in 1946 and >' I Qerart Jardan (221. Turnec nut in the bwk line for Sword. __ tish --lis year and nlonirr willWarwickshire r.rrn lor hi ; r.. -.. II* Wn pUjw nWkOudMI liuiie1 M lOTlbOUl lour years heavy-weight in London By BOUKJOIS \ POWDER ROUCI 1 1 K CREAM VANISHING CkEAM At both %  tune it HWked I Ight have boon In the ^, Turpm leion. but Johnny and tie) have decided that bualnoi icre must have priority. William" fettling -vimmer and 1 it H v. yrw 10. 1 W Tudor %  Toial IAM -I %  % %  "iotic for I. H IntilM %  September Brown fights Uoyd Barnett iit Ptirthcawl on August .' dale with Donni Powell, and Is talking U I 1 .mother engagement at BinningMii recfiong to pocket ah-u[ %  """ rlJOO from these three fightsJJE 1 ^ !" Cannot Control Rising Of Prices . Mr w E Curtis, < 1 B B %  Bti %  D \ 1 • tot the to wber aid on Wetlinoej HOnduru continue in. lopped 'df du tight 1 bit above the rate for parring partners, even or .Mild championship job Here ll welcome news fOT Ul nmateufi picked to i>ox 1* is 1 good tha ill well. Average age of the met is ;t.c TftO teams leave Barbados 01 19th by the i.awitnr returning nine rlayi later by the -nm" shin During the local luintQili Hill %  %  U I .IN. / ,.. both arrlvwd In Trinidad hriiain against the USA "Inth. Jamaica on the) second log Wombley on August 21 AH i..-. "' Trinidad not of Utelr rlslt to Ue Colonies whoes AB A champion, has accepter the 1 I MOT. :In LondOO are looked ifRht-middlr-wei^,! plaot. Thai IKnowlei who ' ''" '> control ovei a fUf !-> the Crown Agemmeans an end to dressing-room in keting ot pricee, which n „ v „. I • 0 I '""" the w>.i. 1 1 iticials1 wlU remain hare with a Cockney wit shariem-i %  or raw material, the vast until August 30. when they will on „ |( PUBlomcri of lhr f „„,, raff rnrne, and leave for British ctulana. Darb..(nn v ;ill n1 c|lc uea !. %  piling," Mi .1 W N0111 mi., (lieniidj. St lAieia. St. Kilts, ,„.. 1V1 I1 rn rorTri .,jv P fur Ihn %  tf Inspecting ] Uitlgun, Brlosh Honduras and hutt-trtllai that flutter round ih< j* 4 **.*? rrtnmachs of even the lirivesl immedlatoly before LUXURY, uUruf*TlwnP->Qw HI.H a (hlifbti ,11, I .".lirij a4 '•'r*Mf I i.iih |e rout tslh.xaa %  cnthboiiMida<. Httn I Iba akin aa toll u afla *nd tod* |<^li.iua *"". UM Cuiimrs i Soma and M[..n . %  <• Ibalaiu/rl lhe hurricare THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE IN TYRES iOOD/YEAR %  ARING ITYKE T THE LONG-LIFE HARDE3T WE THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. VICTORIA STREET WHO SELECT SHIRTS ON THE SCORE OF STYLE (OMFORT ='-• J f Y0U I8IAIH WHIM A ^-' ** %  \ YOU CLEAN rOU <-4 I THTH—K0 HIP r V HOP lOOIHDECAYI RELIEVES PAIN HEADACHES 'NEURALGIA I COLDS CHILL* FEVERISHNESS NERVE AND RHEUMATIC PAINS "TaAST-VjTB" Ii the only pain%  iT-i'i-' 1!.'' valoabli tonlo Vll imln B Whan yon ti rBAST' %  I %  I%  In relief — a" and I headache. ffrateful ease hrom m or rheumatic pain.Next ITE "ii mrcelbci' : 1.1. more .. s.ii JllH"YEAaT-Vm"* as irood for vcrishneM, too. bi aa antl%  ilenta. than '. %  ',-(. : vv'i'. ntaina ilnabla n B, YEAST-Y "Pick-Me-Up" Tablets



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I'M.I nVEI.VE SUNDAY ADVOCATE SI \l>\\ \1 Gl ST 26. 1951 I'lUllIM >l\lllll BASPO PLAYS AT TALENT SHOW n n I! • %  %  %  I %  toad. .mi arer* Huh* I %  1 mu". Carl Bt I Star" and Nevtl • PI i {> e M %  1 at and II w< %  Gill, Campbell Greenlda) %  '. v,. I, .. make ho aaantod Britiah Ihe lasr < TaMa Tennis ('hampiiimeupa held .11 Trinidad Gill n 1 Bl lh( dmc Moore ncvei met hi in. Wht n B MI: • w Magistrate %  torn .'< %  %  i; """" * .... r 1 Bl -!• can and a truck delivering : mi UM Victoria Brtd u '," l ' ft c 5 irehed into Probyn Street Thej wan tTanje Season Begins 1 march In p i ol the treatment meted out 'BICBURY BAY" CALLS £i It South Africa, and aapeciall) to Milton King, WEDNESDAY peara. tt> two iruiu % %  'm.i. eaman, who it la aliened, waa kiN.il *>•. IIMS "BIQBUIYV BAV %  %  have ben Policet Btwean March 3 and t. returning to Barbedr*from }"•] : -k -r„ m i h , Jamaica on ihe 2uth ol eewai and besldei ad will paara ;.ie lx-anx pUfeul %  .,-„.„.. 1,0,., local t,„ SHUT. . W : I Barbadian aa!"' %  "•'">• aeaion ha onl ••OtaaaaVU" I Inel.r R.n.ir. i',r:"'."i" iTmeum.''' Km M.."• %  r or AuguaLjasi Glendnle Under Repair. £'"•HJH2Jr tamdnda murJ ••' (.,,!, .. ru h v P.,„. e*^2!a^£exiW^haIS era % %  5-3* ,,-u ,.i,,' mm Ttn.i. M 0 dlBWrtl and *U h:.ve no dill t..li'. i n't wi •"-" "* %  '" ty in getting lh*i llw the Parochi.il Mi-dimi ortu -IT ho The (ut pork *m\ caiMw aaaaoi i taking hi* leave while the r*begini lata nest month nnd then i>,.irj> gu in Repali lo Ihe quantity of ms* tw< tht ehl< t n p| %  inii in St Andrew jjona wbt r* lh*] %  rown. %  •i %  kad 1 \v %  prat* Dtait. i"' Hod-* 1 %  i j : 'ia.-i rUngdorn Governid. IXnlon of South A(rlC4 %  %  %  % %  %  il.: .^-|.,. U. brlJlg ,7,'tne et lo juslice and f ilUhle rofruwuaUort R ,1 hit Bpoechrs while oU vUm-wiM! oeeuplad, wani UMU %  ray. i in the s-... i sited wot Mi K v II lit. %  i Bpeecni %  I AdamK, h E Cox roiiowi um 11 hymn "Btamal FaUioi Btrui to BmW UM daugl -.I.IH ba %  aan nil addow i cklldran. ol Util Baaplutlon be fa to n a i <.( nori ratjuaat that he tht %  pprapriala uulhoriij iu iho Unltad Kingdom i %  lime the in i left the I'jiiiin He.ntt|i. it. Milt. HI King*i a>idOW ind hi i thro* children, two bo) l tu \n— %  '" m Sulh Afncj %  Milton 'khlnc (jurnini *at SmarKing of Eczema Slopped In .0 Hinules 1* K.%  Two raaolul foltowa: — of We-: .nt. loyal %  11 kl, I 1 ' ; %  %  %  | %  I %  l*> '"• "' %  COIOUP %  Customs Authorities Hold Schooners In Custody ||M iHivmrrv r>( I i. !" -, to u#r .it'tij m Hi* -k nn.'i . %  luMciwa pea i f" i-i PORT-OP-SPAIN, Au^ 2X i morning I n i. %  i %  broughi Into the Port* r-Spuln harb m %  i. %  .. | whua i. i %  P In Maranight l 1 night the request i i of tho vt \ %  %  %  nd ru uiiglitrate i unl m ol Soul i court, Hot anU ra rt-*a Clirnr loti %  i d-n'l I" k ai.il iaijar M| A New DUtovary Nlaaa>( af BCI U Blateal (fi %  diiwini %  NimVm lanUlna I lit >l::l troulihi In : It nriii' .i .Dfua WMW HHH III i .. dl-ardfi it'liini. bairnliu ai>tl im.rtlin 1 %  ftsftr, iilea: I -r. .' uaj • %  \ I .v-l ii ftajn i _ i J (o lit nlltuWa. and otir ..in to yo.ir (oi ifKUaa, tin Ntiadrn* (rofli loda* Lo.. in ihr mirror .. and <>il ill 6t amf'il al III* litnriiV.rri-' 1 rrnn jtui .-|i on UalDf N.aaalenH lor o awli and al tl.' .1 Bf ll.at ha>r rnudr your ••in io(l. *lar. aim 1 HAM r\ lo Ihe ttht.lc World. y. ^ •they're built for the Job/ FLY BO AC 1 IIRITISII (IVIKMMS \intts I OKIM.r MIOS PHOSFERINE for more confidence If lack of oOaaaUanea *.vnrrie* j-ou and you feel tired ana through overwork remember how veryuiefui rill's. IRINH has been tu others in a similar ttate. DUB8BAX priminR is nmnllil to lln H m*w wall*: it* pplicati.iu ensure* thut tin\\ I I bl Dttltaa] teals oil the deatructiyc alkali.unl nim-iiir.* ghravs pfcaent in new surface*., and at the taim V'.u provide* a unlferm, non pnrnu* baae for the paint coat* to bllow. It ihiw prevcnta peeling and diacolotin.' lion, pciniti ipeed] painting and that ilie paint COM nive* the 11 %m 11 1 yi / B |" URGER PAINTS AT ALL HARDWARE STORES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. Ill I VIISIII l SKIS Tlmis exactly what: N 0 X / 1 M A one who suffers from ajtln hlfinishet. ri.ui;liiiess. drymm. NOX/KMA is the Medirnli-d Skin (ream in ll.e .idle Itlue Jar... MeM* 411 Wn Bmu 1. Momin: — Apply NOXZKMA all OVM vmir face. With a Wvt face cloth "Cream wash with Noxlemn" iust as you would with soap. Note how really clean your face looks and feels. After dry amo oih on a protective film of greaaeli 2. Kvenini;.: — Again "Cream wash with m Noxzcma". Wash away ihe day's Accumulation at dirt and grime : Now moFRaip* dainty, ureaseless Noxzema into your face. Pat u little extra over any blemishes to help heal them. Ilo thi% for One >>oak. Aiaul .. 99 NOXZEMA The Mi ilii;il.tl Skin Criain In tinLittle Blue Jar Obtainable at:BOOKER'S (Bdos) DRU(. STORES LTD. N .11,1 i A I. i; I! Win. KM.\liI, S (Bdw) Ltd. I i M af, %  r. ImutusH* nt/ thi* ntttst till HI tit*l i If 4'I ill It I' ll\IU.\l\S in i/i'iirs. r l owered C r ele n ne t itle, per yd. Itil.heil Repp $ 1.55 .. 1111. Towala II x at M enrli l.ate Table ( lull.. M \ 7" S2.25 „ Centres 46 .. Tray Clolli-s 42 ,. .. Oval 33 Linen Ohm Ctothj $1.08 „ I III! BflEN lt.\ 11. Brieb S1.K5 pr. pr. Sottlh Se.i Spi.rl ShirtN 14 £ BUI each While Itncut.loih tinier Slum. H no |ir. pr. Cottea & .\>lon Ankle Backa *1.02 > n EC s A 1.1: s \ i. i: DOES V01II PALING NEED KEPAIIiliNG? But you can't just get down to it with these expensive Galvanised Sheets knocking around, eh? Well, we can help you with BLACK CORRUGATED SHEETS at 14* per sq. fool THE (ENIRAI. EMPORIUM Comer of Broad and Tudor Street*



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• I \IIH VI I I .1 M \i.^ vmtx MI I'M.I llliai FARM AND GARDEN By AGRiCOLA Imf 1 in i orii INDIAN 1 ..11 generall* ipeehtng, 1 , tha W< wiring nitWar efT n M n: crop except [01 valor e/g mixed productions; (or u*e In the boOM dietary and principal)) i*'i surplus beinit stage for roasting, botl for soup (and araal •oup) u well Rtnte for rather ICJXCO an high priced .nitnUmost pj:t Aithout that attention tlc. if production siderably may lustily (hut 0 1 'in jpplO.i.ll will paiy arlth ampfa at on tennis*flsy, drying end itoi lo prevail'. 1'-' neat, InM I provision of modern methods. In tli. K noted that Tl siderhiK the Don voting part of tl BM kiting of pio'.l.K'T,on of local %  %  d advantageous!) for arhlen now llgure largely it. haporta. In common with "in meal %  feM Dia doh U %  1 dOUDt, in the %  port Fdi imported by-product, propofi .... %  '1 '. ,„.... bet* under various trade names and used : try purposes. IbOM 1 : %  n aritn the producu of •Hit and cotton lti,iu>ie,it advantage nf the POrtCd in meal is Keeps and, 111 applying I %  by-product should b< : ..! in the United Stales, lbs priocip I I (coding 11 bog bang the laxgsari consumer, sfo reoenl able in this con. I .ir eaataaaa bi m ie of too I'.t.ii (inp goes miii annual proas grain % %  '1 rjbic, tin re1 tract conI ims with ., ,.. 1 mi by ingccnul Bout mills. Among by-privi; starch ai I ip which, %  ctltor of Corn ia pertaal crop in the %  1 .mount than any roal grain cultivated. K B "I gardo pot. .i Uib. 1 '. tir i..d spring. PaeJttetg %  .'hatlu pOaltHM Wind. Tliee I I uii.elil.il tlliiud • % %  wii pot in the muwi .. position, the. t.,-.. ., long Unas to settle down and foal "al home". So do not be discouraged ft* they an -t.irlmg to flower. Ano*:.. It n. said thai they flower best when the Bulbs have ..ml oaconM caaaa-pnekad In pot <• %  beii. and that lakes some ti.ne. and oaaj be the cause of their lanaaaaa Treatment I I t ijhes requl 1 special tree Una nt, and. ai long as the puurt appears banltt dark-green glossy leaves, it is best l<-ft alone. It has been said thgt BlICharM UUM flower all the year round, but '-U accepted Idea Is that the flowering t Easter 1 March—Apt il The flowers Hie boine on long thick green auvna nd the pure white bloonij. lather lilt and "JX. iii ufanuano*, abate* at |. %  %  . 1 1 one stem These Ulies last well in water and any bud InM 1suilieiently ., ad will open aftei il hag been picked and kept In awatar RiK' \\ t More 1 %  %  %  oiket -sod ,., p • %  %  %  1 1 %  %  opening %  %  1 rearm \m w %  about an top and 1 rnarkhaga %  • I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 wiM .. ..%  I K on of tbi ; <>t in. dng for th %  %  pu • .„ .,. I %  making both and i HI* the %  idth v-t t i.,.lf Inch but t 1 |o sun tin Cut both thick] enaegly In the centra c4 an inch of l then cut ; %  %  I %  %  collar. ] rxcenfl lo 1 I x*t mixture, ol whcrevvi buj up .. be Achlmenes. tint Une the Basket Bs Rupert and the Sorcer er — 11 -4-4 Droppn.. 1 By II"" sn no *a>s. llwt''' ind keepi"* durp loah 90 VCiau Ruptri w%, up lb %  ... h( o-ighl rioi M obftrt. "It ml') is 4 k uucrr." IL'" • P*' un 11 br Jv-i, Sad how r I hn Ipm on thn %  Achimenes 'i ii. those •banning tl %  Panay like flow. 1 an regarded as | Ba a fcet a god %  1 Baeheat. But ei can also be grown with equal success In Windowboaea, in Rock-gai lei 1 RhM in a bed. The t! Vi r) lik<* an Englisli 1 1 I--, and 1 an !-• hao 1 %  %  %  ihadea of mauve in i pink Prnpayutioii ie propagated by •mail Tubers, any liny one ol which will grow Sometimes .1 t-epnng "ill be foun.l which appear* to have no lubcc -1. %  had oolj a r.-.v iiuurooia. rbaea llttla plants do equally well when planted out. Treatment Achimeiies grow aagU) 111 in. thickly with Coca nig it uii up the huhabove the rim il Put in .1 layer of mould, a few TUIHTS about Uh and aMei pn b 1 through U 1 1 %  %  plant the rest of the Tub the (Op 1 % %  < : so keep Minn moist. 1 %  I I %  %  I I 1 %  Aehmiencs will So< II ,ti the Tubers left to iet. AHer that the llasket 1 i ut an I 1 Then the H ik< with fresh mm ted again. 1 1. Inld 1 p I'n-itioii Athimen. | will %  1 %  lappled shade to be -' m 1 %  . win 1 ao HERE VIM. It vlU.UNS • American Brassieres $1.50 Nylon Stockings $1.62 Art Silk Nightdresses $3.36 Art Silk Panties ol.'l. $1.14 Half Slips $1.92 Ladies' Cotton Vests 60c. Ladies' Cotton Panties 60c. Children's Cotton Vests 2 FOR $1.00 Children's Cotton Panties 42c. Children's Plastic Raincoats So beautifully easy* -. so easily beautiful because toryUoimt'.hL .. thoroughly and effortle*ry, infusing vrulnv bno lax* m TOUT aan 1 HI and see how a Hi. .i en ahaaaneo mlly does bring new a w sh nt i s 10 your ban, led how phahfc snd oiansgesbtc it M, u*j. So easy-to-use. luaajh* fnni the rube, Hrjut^m needs no preparsuoa or *pr ul rimes. In tubes, the handy and %  he forr* Aiwkwiy sac. there's more fon m in BRYLFOAM THE OliaiNAL SHAMPOO IN A 1UIE Gets the Dirt out of WORK CLOTHES foster and easier than ANY Soap! Yot, KAH — even in the 1 r — will not Iho 4lirtict ffarmmbi cleat ei .1 — nnd (juieKl.Y too. For v %  dainty thing! or hoavhM WHKIIUM PAB...putll in CO-DAY. Was!nag witli FAB actually SAVBS money — Use HALF M 1 in 1. i' Fab as MMW jeeifl*! F01 tho ex'rp confidence in your looks DRESS at THE BROADWAY DRESS SHOP Dresses, Skirts, blouses, slacks. shorts etc. 1, Broad St. Tel. 3895. QM3 KIDNEY PILLS SB.?,Z/. Bring Prompt#t/ii/from I BACKACHE MlAOAfMI •MaaUflin NMXT RI1INC [ IlltOIEIUM I '"PuBi auw I %  ^^i WHEN A COLD STRIKES, STRIKE BACK FAST... USTERINE ANTISEPTIC USTIMNE Antiwplit Lilli mdlioot ol germ* on throat surfaces...keeps thesa from atarung aeriout trouble. Bxmenv hcr. st the tirst sign of cold, gmrgk l ISTanUNI Antieptk, full atrengih, early and ofteo! IN TESTS OVER A 12 YEAR PWIOO, DAILY USfiRS > Of USTERINE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEWER COIDSI *S^L >i" i-jre -.aser, aa • ^-SM' ond ou have aure, lafe gtHli KLIM %  lit tr it, v MILK MST IN PIIMIINCE IH1 WOILD Oil! K11M/S jl pure. sa/em//k Kl l\l UlUDgrj miU produced on.In Btricu i ins v.. and ifaa %  padallj-pocktcl i KLIM M thai rou K


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M Aim HUM (, 1951 si N0A1 i|i\ui M I MARSALTESE III I'Xl.l MM Riding %  i.i 1037 %  %  home M brought his son %  N lenror College Lt Comma Mr*lle-* c i %  ,i a chef. >t.el and i* 100 fi a beam of %  %  %  %  T i.' Mimllrw 260 hp. iuch gives her Bd much al • I look litMjr-.ll.-sr ir I Apt il l. md < I Pi m i Thi %  %  %  .. ..no Ua Palma.before conr.ng | uo* The Atlanlic 1 took 14 days, %  • %  Miioalooaa III i • T'-e saloon U %  %  *:;iil bar In one corner, comfortable chjir* ami '• %  > but crTcc:.w. On the w.ilU hang DOT. iritis (> Cralg-Hl n h ol the %  ... : • I nd tho bod (or l bo bunk) Iook> VOO cocol I n c i d en t a lly, nt ie;isi %  %  %  : U M4r*iltre: |1 happened : to n dumb blonde inn" I hail ot ;little yacht sent up from Tunimoti day thi % %  %  i together and ihc blonde pointed to tinMarulles* iirnl -.md %  tun tuu got .. njca :.' %  %  ba *Mj -imif %  hip", unfortunato|>. is only fifteen feet !->.. %  RV IAN GALE l*u-lurvn b\ u PhulnKni/ihrr Maillin; I'rfdidions In lour HuronRgl Your Real Life ToM Iree | . ... • t..i rtoat tn* >k< %  il ,.-. % %  %  i i no 11 ItrltM Wm %  ; . b ... %  i • %  . .• %  i %  %  IU— i DM i-> XI IndU. Port*,. Lucky Disco**ir> ro.' Hard if %  % %  )irli| T1IF. SALOON .in attractive little room with cocktail bar m the fai JACK TELLER'S cabin looks very com.orta.ble ft 1 I JL.ank \Jmw A fh " !" h ^H HK i ? %  i^ of Ule MARSALTKHK Kill ILHIHI Vuln: Homage To Sherlock Holmes B.B.C. Visit T Baku Street %  don knou ""> of tot contribution! '<> the K< Itval of Britain 11 an txhlbtUon itagad i.> Borough Oounoll round the mythical oharacter of Sherlock Kofmoa. Ibltton II b.'ing hold at 221b Baker Street, now a large block of OfBcoa, which WU Holmes' ftddr Ini; week the BBCl Otltam Broadcasting Department will %  rooms of the famous onaultlni dotocnv* and Ufa god So < itriipli'lelv factual is tho exhibition—with Bolmoa' kf hat. Watson's topper, the violin in the com : %  'if 'inv: appeared to think that Sherlock H not a fictional character but a real person and have aaked if tie would undortoko %  peclal The guide on tht BBCl vfartt next Thui be Wynford VBUfban Thomas. ... ... Thursday, tOtn | Trinidad's Samuel Sclvon Trinld i immeg %  ruAQliti that are I your attention to a Trinidad n taking par in .i Hl;i Tins time, It I not a fttaC of the '••I'—Samuel Selvon who USOd to DC Ik •tail of the Trinidad Gu irtUgn Now living m l/.ndon Mi Selvmi I %  for publication We 0 th I'ookOn Sunday next. 20th mst r reading a Bkcfch of his entitle.i "Kive Rivera", memorl< Trinidad village luTUng tOgtUtOr in an impressionist manner This broadcast will be the second half %  kiy BBC Weal Indian pmgrumme. 'Caribbean Vimlv" Wie Ilrst iMirt being an amusing akaicfa by OaorgO Collymore eritithsl 'Shall I Grow a Beard" Broadcast of this half-hour prognunno begins at the regular time of 7.15 p.m Story Of The Ked Cross "The story of the Red Cross is thi lor) Of trrmeiulous advatlture, an epic of gal and endurance, peiformed by thousands of men and women over scores of years in war and POO CO, iii ptuuo and flood and disaster." Thus Alan BttrgOM %  innup the work of the Bntirti Red Cross ami the asaoclatod Bed I .T % %  rubjcol of his feature programmi, %  '.' %  % % %  %  %  %  •dotal by the BB\; on Sunday next. Alan Burgess traces Uila wnNtt from a raUof camp i>>? i Jordan to a German spa ivhOrt the BrlB* Bed Cros* is looking aJtti Gorman amputee*. This fool gramme, lasting for a full hour, will be.on tho air ii Sunday, 26th nlfl| • "i 00 p.m. Music From l^mdon ed In tho BBt programmes during Ulfl I •he usual Ti ning excerpt from the I'mmcnmir CoDCOrta. At 9.00 p.m on U.,.i day rou can boar '.he BUC Symphony Orchoatra conducted b> Sir Malcolm Sargent pli-'i^,: nieces of Mendelssohn and Brahfoa with the B ilno Ukir^ part Adviwalv PTrinidad Scouts In Barbados )<>{tr Book The Advocate Year Hook, which wai published laM week, will undoubtedly bocomc ixxik for polltldana, journalist ,.m and all those who take an Intelligent interest in the affaita of thi It u morally craxnmad with useful inform..!!-.n. mid i so classified thai the reader con And whal he wants without wasting time. OW Of the InttrattlnM feature; It contains is a short nl toi Barbados written by Neville Conuell. Curator of the Museum and tru' author of Anne. Tnj will be of groat Intorogl I tors and Barbadians alike, few of whom know much about the Island's past. It is wortl the book for this alone Another Ifnporl thai dealing with the IndU D I A Barbados. It will coma ' miinber %  Bow lab in Boi badus already, and figures provided show that while 25.245 people arc employed in agriculture. I8J0I aro Omployod under the general head of manufactm. and Of* It II of Mild, t .,1 %  < %  tl ' :; DCCUphH I Iftfl i one woman. Other Net %  %  fagf HooL deal with na b tubjocti B I •'.•tlniUonal and Adn G wommont Aiiministiaiion and Public Borvices, Trad mot, T aji i*m. Communii il ClUba, organisations. Social Seri •• Art in I at the i hook thci. ,\' Who", tho f'rst to be published in B i i Fortui *;. %  i \ \ • i n! t % %  oup 9 %  I \ I .: ScOUtROVOl Si I %  %  %  i Li ..i. r Cyril R .. rollowlnfl arc tho Somts and Rovers:— Patrol Law* I.. | l Patrol si l Senior B I.I I.es'.d> Second I non Mu Boo Sen Seoul NUN SI )| it: Ki n Constantly Tendorfoot N %  %  in QJ %  if u s-i i ban Noptune. Rimiiler's B0< I out Ralph Boi lt;i 1 . arrive in | %  %  %  %  Ing here on 1 tatnbow M %  mod % %  %  ... %  ..t | %  i I it Scouta ai %  plan to I %  il %  %  hUt !'ir (inn H %  %  %  |ng I tru H oorgt i fl r n. A largt in i \i\ %  >• JU Caar itixik Uahod if %  to th .i tgfl Although v/ork w.i parBtiori of the Ve*r H>mk. • it. and they are sure thai B|ps and care that muirt be exercised Ailing of a prescription eall for speciaM*ed trjining As th' %  < %  fully equipped not ord; with the Men but the MEDICINES | %  ii < assured ban ?Vu send us your DoctorV ; ba KM<;iITS DRUG STORES ,;:',',: :'.;;;;'.', I losing for STOCK-TAKING Will our customers kindly note that on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st August we wiii be closed for Stock taking CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10— i BioaH Street m ...i lh*n (rcublri In 1* ho jui^kly rvalotr l,>,.r *>,<) A.alih TW %  rl'ntir %  4lte$eton the pleasant way to quick relief; from UPSET STOMACH! MiUlooaof paoptefwofai Mi. i Saltaoi to odut roniodkN ba tuai iinloaaaoi taau makoi 'i i U) to (,d.isp.itkllilgi Itt rn s aamoi lootfa afacJonci Alka Srii/.r i auaJu alba IIM ii kfidu itis 10 Doutraluc BMOM potrfa aeMirj /'/'< an Bflolgaah h>i MMiilntm hud IIIUA ixi \> .' HI inn thai chopgj daMOaa>l Alka Sakaaf looo %  glaai M "."" \\.o,h ii tuu me. a re finning, wlnison than drink ii Keep a o.jiph ol uuuk Alki Motor hand) afwaya Alka Seltzer helps millions daily Alka -Seltzer' Hi I inOl t IOI utivo ( omiuiltee %  %  Hi I .,1 tO ,'ivr thO I '' I %  EDGE WATER HOTEL IIATIISIIKRA llr.lii.rj Ratal l-l MM I" INI O.l • li.r vl'tti Ol MH "k or *TM lrlr|il, • •I-U19 I i'OH THAI DRINK & ENJOY TRINIDAD WANCt-y'CRAKWfi COOLING A REFRESHING e. TIN Gelling Up Nigh: Makes Men Old arn frhm-h illhatsr.dull %  Twin*, groin aaj l*g palm, ii.r-.m.ti. .. IM lOM of m.nlv vl,-,,r ... • INSIST ON %  1 PUHUVA CHOWS %  THEY ARE THE BEST 1 %  ., H. JASON JONES & CO LTD. Agents H a a v/;n siiii'\ii:xi § %  ... 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RI'NDAY. UT.I'ST M. 1951 SUNDAY ADVOCATE I'M.I -l.M N Al Tlir I IIII in.i Another Woman V. H. Over tlM Ll "lu'iv BBJSJVM • 'Us have been women's namei Mrtl tsTB had Rebecca, followed by Laura, then Jav>. MueVlrinr and L'llcn. Quite a family of j*trls with at least three embroiled In psychological problems ELLEN, now playing at the less. intcre5ting entertainment. Empire is. I would say. a bettw well directed *d well acted, than average? psychological thriller B*PI whose wi-11 tuncealed mystery „ ,Mt ; ****£ ast-AIkeeps the audlOSWej guessing light THE BIG STLAL now showin* d. The plot u plain mm •' ' " %  '*• according to his [full* iirve),.,-.,i |n mUUltf %  "". Robert M.tehunV* best tllin. ,<. till | I have not Been it. but from what I can gather it is an % %  The story COM9TO %  young mv ,, llv melodrama involving the aM el an Am.v payroll. Based In a motor MB* I ba. „ n a Morv |nB .„ ,„ h( fore their wedding. During the s-tu.day fcvenlng Post |y Rkhagd that follow %  H ho mni )s ,. |krn m U occur which result in hi* ,.,... „ and ho h bc-Binning to .loub hi%  .. yhy 1S M(d to ^ while his ricnds feu i S|11 .,, d ac iori falfe paranoric. 11 .s not until the arinfused identilies all help to youilj woman.who s u deep,.,, xht rnyatery. while a surwho fulls in .. ng Rivca an uneKpcrl0( | with him. thai he begins to realize ( dentf" reality, been deliberately Wi:. Bob.1 %  ar%> Mai planned by an enemy. Digital <;,,, %  William DglliHs and Pa trie 10 his east, the two ui them Knowles. while Ramon Novarro find the answer to. all his bad luck makes a re-appearance after and the solution is presented in several vears seel union %  B unexpected dramatic climax COIM'r'.K CANYON The leading roles are well At the Globe. COPPER CANplayed by Robert Young and Betas YON teams Kay Milland and Uiake. whose performance! WO H,dv LssnSffT in an ecis* and convincing M : Technicolor. I can't Dra*e Is not on.. . na1 r, n exactly in love wilh but her speaking void . u. Henry U.Nr.l ic ,i -t „iv be drawing cards for thai has a new type of char;* r „ r lh( ub | ir wn „ m | Kh t He buna* all his veteran otherwise by-pass a We-tern. The skill while Florence Bates, John p| o; concerns the activities oj a Sulton and Moms OemOVah? group of Confederate veterans u. round out the an Arizona smelting town in poetA large portion of the film was ClvlI War d ays. who arg.\.-n l ol i tori shrift bv the NorUwmen %  iU jagged rocks Unable to get their ore smelted. and pounding aeas and soim unthe Southerners enlist the aid of usual photographic effect" have a Captain who is travailing with been achieved, which together a side show as a trick gunman. with %  musical background L.keii The situation is taken In hand. from selections of music by nd arter several bloidy eneounTsehaikovskv. heighten the teu*io„ ten, the unscrupulous N and atmosphere of the film. While • %  Tin \ \\ ant To \Ieel The Princess *. JAMB.S COOPER V/ABftUN THB m et popular telephone .iriiU-i m Wiuttitnglofi now is Hobert— HO, bavauae only the i : la., letters are dialled— I MO. the number of the British Em%  *> %  The hoctaaaea. are %  etioarung. a* enly they can, for invitations to meet Princess Elisabeth and Prince Philip on their visit on October 24-20 Democratic" .i> eali A meal town, aouth -if the Iraenn feion Lino, and is more protocol-minded v RuritaiUen Bt M bji manj unwiittan ruler as th* t. naeantj end % %  IU> LMO it kept buy by callers, polite, but pointed. i lr right to meet the roya] couple, at least at the eoty that Ambassador Sir OUve r Franks is ,-*... h-obrr I mindful of bjk kg Couirege, when the Hutu -uJ u.. v*-i [W. DM tall, aloof ambaaaadMi :. .,u.,, for the whole, I h.ihd*yin>! with his t Nantucket Alan jfanUT&wn Wire Itohwin.. an inousted fn a final f.hownol ui> lo the standard of •Rebecca." ELLEN is. n.v.-i thiCROSSWORD H*" JfffVf o A J L 0 n LPJ _L %  r i -*l 1. round In the i Una oarrir._ t7i .. I, Portrav the spen aa birds. {> tl. Oet UM ptp for nothlnc hut IIIIRIT. (Ol to. rrror eo ellr mane. 11'. relied out unfed. HI It. Sacred reformauoD. (S| 14. Workalrap of Uie eiU*t. rm 17. Ant* chnnge. H) )V. Mum aiavtiury dlsit. (*l 21. Coloured Jrultv cbuHence. %  -JJ. Lonceat porlof. *4) „ Vi lo-flnltfly cnilled. ( &f • 24. Teken Irom Ir*n. (4) 25. All pert of the act. II, HU thbird tor ei.imple. ID 13. Prom the log 1 chopped, (bl lb. Containing eggs. ** 18. Burden apperentlr on Arpertca.%  -c garj'ii, i;: KS! & am&m CTSHSB Haw it, mi, ao. All. down. the speed of the plot Is only exceeded by the fast and ipgf tacular horsemanship displayed in the film, but its course Is mom helter-skelter than our four. %  ndp and I foui Lun difficulty in dUtlnffuithlnJl lietween Uie different factions Ra* Milland as the exi>ert marksman, does gome pietty fancy shooting—without a double. I am told—but the role K oil the beaten track for him and I doubt if hi> fans clamour to have him m further westerns. Hedy Ua narr i s of course — Just herself •— %  beautiful and glamorous, which is all that is required ( aid Carey is unpleasantly menacing as the villain of the piece and Moni Freeman nnd Harry C'an^. Jr., -upply %  secondary love inter oat. To my way of thinking, the re o* COPPER CANYON is the magnificent Arl%  ona scenery in wilch the picture abounds and to which Technicolor doge glorous justice. w %  e Ac. S P %  Co. thare'e 3 8" .. Wirv. |" and I" Win rFk Pots. Lacang W... rrora 12 to 20 gauge. 2 ft w a*rolls of Slew M. and, t ft. and 3 fi Vow Fences. There's also a u ly rtna mesh U"> m 2 ft ri U Cotton Canvas Sail Cloth for Flying Fish Boats is gv.i CS. Pitchers in B — 7 I %  weiithts and 22" wide. NEW — at C. B Rice < C Bolt on Lane — an UetveJ el Austin Reed SlnpeJ ghk detacliable quality and excellent value at ->-M And again, soine'.!. different and in on other, essential — Plaswith elastic button cords, extremely light and long lasting ;or $1.20. And the wonedrtI Cashmeres — ah I nw. like thistledown and in eaqui ours for and Men c ii. slcvg, ,i( eouree noted for then high qua of England Bull They're in! that now lhl|lil of Vanguards and Uayfl Chelsea Garage (1950) Ltd. Thei are a few of each available (but hurry') and at *2.B00. guard otTers an 18 h.p engine and pkanotniiuaJ roominess. A itelightlul car in which lower with it' engine |g the perfect run extremely lets oT •pace, wi.:. fully priced at (2.300. Bid y. u ..now -I ng -,, ,_,,, i tew n< %  now and bcal the jump Dellgl U iab •'. in the %  hede ol thi the Aqu %  cents it's white and red paintwork Ing trees. Umducted I Mi Daphne Ince. %  hwg In M* %  i Cold *a %  CuUlng. With 11 parking, a charming u i waiting roon %  %  %  i el ''.,11, whii h t. choose, ihc Aauettc Beauty Salon provides a complete and satisfying Mi >n i numbei %  %  %  %  heaeeg In the arui Vratrelli %  i< (wi ,i UMughlt •>: Rain) tne M.KIern prees Sfc-'Pl"' ara ngterlng t i -<• t.r wh.: d*yeu 'him. %  onlj t: HH. H Here s news' there's a ng ClearHKnlnj poon, watch foi l>res. Sboppe, listing, qunk dO'ini — specials suitable for prickea Manch.iv: LaC lUer bl 'i p.%  %  hlr in .i great many eatoure. rlei lanlgls In U i %  sea new cotoui i .. i •. Hue popular demand. AW to you I .1 Paintutrd bj K i( Home fc Co. Ltd I CWMiiious stockroom ol hlgtl %  Stomach crampt %  \ no need tor you to luffe' agonuinj ditcomfofl *fter meslt %  ilSMAG (Bn u riied Mignetn) will t-ring ..mutch relief b, neuirilumg the • %  c* Mid in your ttomitfi whKn in mou OsM I ^e MUM oi the j-uomtoft. Modern condmom which give rue IO ner.oni ttreti and %  trim often OUMIUKIMCII ducomfori whuh thould not be neglected BlSMAO quKWIi and efficient ly reiieiei nomich fuini. hembuin or Pfabalsace due to aaow tiemach Wid. Try it todif More lieaulil'iil? of aseeaal N* HMrMiieHih. m-. *•>.. !• %  *. Mtttl b.outy •• •• nail. e< CUtll. lu.li.| .1 i.. i ,a. % gV .. If I i ii. M ike gaui] IT....). ,II I Ii.ilr-. I fur Irur h \ %  r/ir Vt Left Out Of Tour •IMIIIV DOWAOBM > port, nh* % %  %  I %  %  %  % % %  tH-tii and Prince ridiip in i going to visit their town v -.' %  !. %  .. the royal visitors have not arranged to call on them. Those left behind in Washingi. i IrdKcd •. secrecy, under lattrneUoneJ agreement that includes the Canadian Y tnd the While lluiae Keep ll t(uiet A suggested gehewala n t>em pi I gga, but, until gee studies it ai -'tmetime i in Septemlx'i l >ltU ial.s are I ping tt as quart as m invasion plan. Ii U expected t.nt PTMldenl and Mis Truman, with daughti-r Mervain. ..ill noid B rHoner perty for lg— is if emell gold i re room—in Blatr here I ley are Uvtaif while the White HOUM*. auo** tl is beinK rerraveead That WOUld BlVi worry about a full White House reco ul lo n, when protoi "I u .I Btriet thel onli memben of the Cabinet and tTM Buurt use the front dOM leaser offlei.ds the south back door and others the Beet wing. t Nrty, i* Nothni; Only UEM %  UITB with th Prealoeot, On the lee nd nigm Hume Canadi likely to have an equally am dl dint-, i partj lots and i t is a geri thing. i ,i, -r %  i L I Doris Floesor. The urge to ibaka .hand uf British royalty oul Let* poui Buruoine into the . with misty blotch) paintwork and furniture ayi || Johnson Wax I'lodueti From can; a bottle: to beautify and protect, Johnson's Wax Produrts arc And i ven ; floors against ma | i provides both lotuiii life, i-. .. i cleenlni ..ml .,i. i ..i id (londuUon for Wei Tiuork sunshine and bruig Johnson's EViJish ugtn msidr to-day. It's for you (Uatrlbuted bj K J Remat-Smith and available through tt i Cotton Faetory. What's In a I a Canadian Betty Hartford or ldl.ne all sotts oi altrnc;i\ %  inatariasi .it Burti tun. d on %  "in linen In huge past>, block ohecki (ideal for -ul, occasional skirt). nd Kloi-i<-.i Oriental Craue in nuu > beouttl I colour] Many ot the Drei i baeterleli are as low %  a IKK|er yard JfOtmUti Flai 1 Tropical SUlUreSJI ftMLveay it the m g|k i %  Bered u i i %  i. MU a n 1 : x"ou know, ol coni %  that Surtl I gnch stoic Ins Oriental SIK-P al tTM tlf of Rootiuek Bri i I StreeU e • • Ih Limi'v 1 % % %  you knov %  v Do 1I %  • %  moai anginal %  •lection i %  %  %  and 1 in Betin, rapi i. tti.n lively prtci i o dellsjht• ..i eggaj plea oil Denum BMU Ciina. dooorative flowi ,, j o i. pel ind Eerxlni and Su-i i e Silvei I hai no u aoundenes i U'letel. new and lOD IWOlted shipment And I-r the Evening Hay and Far Ml they're uspBrerd K< %  ICodel Nev. BtykM ll. i i K .it till %  %  segortad, sunAla | bee< anii pl.iv i i.i 1 inn:. Idua] yel %  -ll %  foi II II. I' ;. 11 i i in Linen and Moyond Shorts of White Drill Th, LaWCkM I i I [liul one I Suit design, annlher B Craps drft sod lafleta, Linen! georgjottc ai lint ilk matoinil* .w all m. In this splendid vailet> YOU NEID! BISMAG • ISUHATEO' MkCNESIH MALT VINEGAR Its Pure Its Brewed from Malted Barley >EE 1HI YOU G(TROSSE & LACKWELL GENUINE MAlf VINEGAR Local Agcrti T. 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J falMOii 'I *,i as u 5 PALMOLIVE BRILLANTlNE ll-. ^-.,,,1 ii gt w h eaii -1 iti 1 KI A-t TtiNU: IM ,,„,, i, ,.,.„ i.,., .„,,,,, bodinl -inttrfll Sjsejfj .,„, MakhB |rir ( Bll j fre*eei iW sah a W l e BB Bl i.<.|i...,. I.|, ai „. <"••* .A e aaole imdmyl I BKKFAST lTO.\ir\Vl\E I SlTrl'-VST *asir fi<, in f tffumU te give ym, %  JkntiHafay 'toUik Ufi :.." VetUieri,' guy **J it nuiiu: fftit fvm> Icveiiev arftev da*k'. DECISION & VIBRATION A .lr ni ., (.1.1' maiden/pwHS Over-lure... tew Sf IBBIII tes bSa EBIMI IneeWl id Maiib-iifi.rm -tl*ntUH'*l>u' ll>M-'e-U|-.ll'.lf->iili ii in linn I'H %  Utteringsepari sndui Hi ri up itilebing I" 1 wonderful Hippotl Lnei DV< r Ovei lure's mi ^ bade)' In > levorite 1 DIDIB gnd I%  1 %  1 • %  • CewiM MeioWorra Bru ifertM 'He 111.nl, milt 111 ilia I iidid Mul.el \m. 11. j. 'iliriii a • Wmdtn Hun l"i >\> 1 v type "I figure, Learn flow To ...attend the uorlil-famous MAX FACTOR HOLLYWOOD ART SCHOOL of MAKEUP Sea <••/ Men. Af/SS "in/1 IMllst III iHTt. We* Fmtlar IBIJUBB. Wlfte-I P 1'H'I Itlrmtt F'um ikr Mm, Rggger Makmlm AaaflbSB WaH j a m sl Mies Huwie. "Iw nu ireined undri id* 1*11 iui*r*.w(.ri of HaUvieod's lasoe sulieep Bis a sl r s Mai Fertw. Jr.. will r..eH-|.| tliew femi.!in.Mi. T. \nt ihrfi,.... 1 A11 Bebagl 01 MsBa""l ••* .1 Ik. I*iu,i



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I'M.I TIN SUNDAY ADVO\TE FUMDA1 MUST 26. I.il Our lli-mlrr". Sin* : H ;niisl Rain Foil In Si. Liu'% IWK ch.mh B.B.C. Radio (.elehratrs Silver r i k'i i„ Programme Jubilee Irt-dav SL'NIIAV. AL'CilWT M. IM n#>T /w BAVJM TH1 KEAVIHT HAINFAU. Sli rd to the for Friday wax recorded ka I Polo Team Hill SI % %  HKl The Chureh itf the Nazarene ,.! rain fell. Next bent celebratetoda% their twenty-fifth i AftwxialwMi should |,„ un t—one inch and 37 part*— i this island tu Uken at Huletown. celebration takes place at llu-ir \,% tm gag a a At Crab Hill. St. Lucy, the SubvV>. irtei. %  MMll| at the central %  ixirted th.it high church on Halla Road, wind* were i ri.eed during Rev and Mri. J. I. Hill cr the afternoon but i reports of << IWbadoa aa Miaslonaru-a on „ fu.>iha "Every Firtora telli a Storyt" /V^atAiV.a vl ^too ^ ^ar^^wr %  affw^r^a %  ^/ player* and lhailH be Paul Footer H u a keen tindevelopment and .if the same. 13 a ft..n*ar ~lton. will S^J^S; !" lv* ££? M !" A.muM M. 1M. .nd" onS.ui X tiwr heir mistake and re..... %  •vinhliahavl the ( huicli of Hit'"'*"* *Half Iteu. i p WwK 1 IS pan Uai Ah..y IKII mistake and i i EnTTHUSlAaTT 951. /1inia. Traffic iti pm -li. I* • *aaW' Id '".!' %  • established the Church of the that son^c doth.. which.he had jhUJ* *as locate^on^^H... •••n 'h >d rr ,., IlUv ^ w^trd. were blown awa> by the hig* Ther( JJg ^ „ Bap n, mal serwindaMM nnd. rpceptlon of member* tMher figures for other districts lhls morning, after which thr J"*" •* "" %  *• up to • a.m. yesterdav were, superintendent. Dr. A. O. Hend^','' T ,nV to i; Dlatiict "A 72 rick* will bring a meaeaae !" I UN MM -• ll*|> N-. i, rw.kbcao V-c %  riwittii> oi u ii<. Sr.UHl %  IS DM Ir.lrliud* ra ,<.-, >• %  tw of your leading parts, District 'II' $'> parts, lbs• rbSvpremc Quest* :IKI %  ('". II i ir1 D Irtd "D", |n the afternoon thciv .ill %  snt. in ubout traj D %  ' I parts; rpeclal numbers by *e Ctintri ilghts t.. relieve the traffic police Dbiu.t F :i parts and Four from IIX churchea inlcrsperaed Hoads. St. John, 69 parti. with lotttft ol greetings [rgm These lights acoirding to Uw lleilepUine. St. Andre.' mil and Iraderhii an autofly ptrtl i rain in jit %  r*la> iwltcta which ehM %  %  U of the light*, pcrhap* _. -,_%  %  t m Inutc or minute and %  half KFJIYI WI\ ALU 1 II -i< ill .ilile; 10 ii'f light Of "> %  THERI *.s keen tivjlrv In the l .., thtnfor* lucaeMiui Sir, T ..i ie Tannli TounuunMH whim that the •• ...., J pinved between the Holetown ajotcially at the corner uf Princa Boyg ci ub an< ,,,, ,„... d wiHiiun Henry Street and Broad rjoys' Club ,ut this relay method into ..^ StaHon# l,on to the* work Ice oy Hycraging the HBM ^^ „,„,„ ww L Foriie n time .is the lights II H arouid r> IM Ij train the general public but also %  %  tin "ri the Prince .'. street traffic which %  • IS p n a m Iun4oa CuTum UONDAV. AtJOUfeT tt IS61 IK %  ID Pfcirimnif Paiad* 11 at lfw" Ch„r 11 46 am inuuwaalth t'wininanuit IS % %  aaaa N.w> II II B i" M.W. AfwItM. .*..-. %  it J*al land The l.i-t thing on the pro gramme will be a Rally" or lh> Silver Jubilee Offering. Tha pro-| Mad* Mil bi laid For improve i enlargement of some of the churohes on the Island. The Superintendent yeaierdaj expressed tkOW grateful 4 14 B m Th Btradlvari n.iin* S 00 p m Hiadlr**a v. South All S 06 p m InUrlud* S IS p m I-.I TalWi S 0 u n Umic fro KallMI • in W ia nn Cook. II.. TT li.OFTEN SURPK1SIM. how quickly backache. Mill, aching mustlca or loinia. hawtiagi'. rheumatic pauu and utaoM urinary trouhkt due U. impUrlUM in the blood can be Mcrconc. Strung, acOva ki4ney4 wicK ird your health by Mrawung puniic* and harmful waaic* OUl of the ->sl,i;i full kidney action it inadttiuau JIIJ ImlIO riltcrtbc blood properly. Ask your D^rnr fee In* VIC • IS arc the frtducnt rcauki. Doan'i Uackache Kidney PilU bring happy rebel by helping to deaaac the kiJ anJ u auiaulaiing their action. You can rely upon ihu well known diuieuc and urii^ry amiM-piu,. Many thousand', uf grateful ntco and Mvmen Ka^/e u.ulicd ui the good health uwv have regained by taking Duan'a Pdk If 2(9 %  i lh Thlfd Pfuacutmtr U b "" ludi • li P in Ptuaiammt Paia*t a m To-day'i Bpoit IM ra-nu %  > usaM i ai nal ; '(• • %  p a* Tna I ... the people of Barbadoa forf fauai i ^ Friday at District their co-operation and contrlbu-, 1^*1,^,,^* iw. 1 %  • p n. Ma*. rilnl ul Ih* Pit ma OwoaUl Brvakliui Maw.*l IIS p a. • N p m i II Ignorad, IKIt SPENCRH l'" lost to K. Simmona .,, % %  t a -21. 10-81. 20-22. K DOWOCI |*ll|<' llOU4IIIl£ ASfM li.lefrated C. Bynoe c Develops Ilapidly rrMtlae %  *•*•• PtriMt %  a IM Jf I U p it. era" • %  >* krtili'nlt Ol Moletown2I—18. 14—2!. 21— 21 — 19 and 21 —1ft. inctMH defeated O. J \ S -de residents of the Pine — 19, 20—22. IS—21. Housing Scheme become more i,:^ •w* 1 %  OOTON WBUL llaaMr WHt'W I i; :.,• T.MV Wkl'K 21—23 "RODNEY" CALLS TO-MORROW THI %M AUa I'agaaus .: %  til %  : Carbslg Bgy on tnday Witn I Bugai*fo. I-art Alfrad, via Si > meant. Hti tii' Alcaa 1'arUiri. %  :. %  . BTgJO l.ei. Anothci %  Puritan, :. In v with l.iilB bag: : 1,1 •<:/t!SS\" HF.RH Oh HOUDA) Frederick W. Christophe M retired Inspector St. KltU. arrived recently. Me is RV. Wint.-i ;il F.-i Mr ChrLslopher. known in I-ecward Island circles as "Crissy", was the flrat *-ard Islands cricketer : | muie settled, the boys of th %  i e been building cricket pilches. Since the long vacation quit* a number of nuu-hn have betfi played there The area allows ol p*ce m Schools In this gmt as it wi previoual^ in the island merely grassland and msUkti U staying with arranged between Pine Houwng I'llgnm Hohnesa Ch. rcli and itabelle. Scheme laanu and teams from wgrdtr at Olandairy Pi;-'n. ar. who is neighbouring diatriclK like St. nV ed In the island a few *gn ncket Binnabas and the Ivy. hiic tlu. ra-tadanU are He told the Agva.aU yesf LOCAL PREACHER ORDAINED IN U.S. AFTER a nin*!" ionth visit to the Untied State., Mr. Alfred Knight, local prvafi.er of thi Me that while in the State he took %  core a cenlury In the l-ceward wJien l-'icy" will gT tlieir (hope out a courae in theology and that to still looking forward to the tut t iri hei CAlUrO BRINGS QUICK RELIEF FROM iaj, 19,040 bags of uiime.,1. i7lan"da~Cricket>ourna"merit." It is and bus service", fhertj""are "theie be was ordained a miniiter of the i Hour and o'hei at^ted that he was also a deter, two things which are chiefly lackEvangelic.d Minuter"' Fellowship aav ill cargo. rhtftM Maria C'. ftfl I of geneial cargo ln%  heal flour. H i ng yealciday. Schooner w.l. I an.e i % %  ouafrl 3.500 loose cocoa. .• irood, lu-b-b trull gpd 500 cartons o( preserves from Also sailing fro-n !he island wore Schoonei Nlifeal Wallarr ind %  iS folke Itcrna4c'Af Th Wallacr ll goi'ig to General Meeting %  B'rn:idoe t one ..f the items j discussiou will be the The SS L-*4| Rodney nnvc technical edtnation and tiling the Ham: lame nlgid for Bermuda, Boston. T** llontreal vie the i .... mind slow bowler. nig and'about which the peoplo Ji„ Mr. Knight is a truetee of I He will be spending a few think. They are looking forward (jus Fcllowahlp. Brew in Barbados before leaving lo M,. n( x t meeting of the HousHe ^^ lh ^ t ^ ureeched al | for the USA. where ha plans, to ,,ig Board when they hope the ( iurihcil „f ^veral denoimnalions Hoard wiU have the plan, fly llludinB m e pajrun rleilBeea, r r ist i an Mission and the aw N.i/arene. His uavels bad taken f the big main MlT| to BatXoni phiUdelphia and I'onnectieut among other places and State.-, end he visited several ..'hen they hopa the Board will have the plans ready tor the type of shops they wish to be built. „ "Since l.i'i m pipe lines ha been linuhed far as the Pine is concerned." Chamber of resident said JNfOTdey. "** ..T^na includlnji the famous Sn B^J, a „ -tsa s-aSss fa -r, 0 r r xzr: aot down for starting. . ( OJUHMI life in the ubjeel of • Th e laying of the main ha, "" d ". l < u| !" *"",: %  ocational w-en going on for many months ,~1 Pipe lli.es were put down through discussion wiU be initiated the Bell. Mayer's Technical Education Will £e Discussed WHEN the Chamber Quarterly should ha the hold their He had also Ueei. givei. .lemotisireUon of the e4>eietiui. Land the Ivy i>f the EUelrte Ch*r ueed for in|.> M. S P H Withn'all'of"ihe3 and uie Pine and Is nw being HicUr* ceeitel nsjinahmera Central ro-ndary. put down tn the Vtlli STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION It yiui .. km SIOMA. II PAINS. FLATULENCE, 111 MlTBl RN, NAUSEA ... U 11)11 V due u. loaianiiug, \ BKANll STOSIA1 II POV* 1'1-R i hjl.ru.iJ formula aiv<. you rc^ly M : [ % % %  •• %  lABLETIotm. MACLEAN BRAND Stomach Powder Ro* S01E AGENTS .\CH'K FLASH! : "imm.rtrnl TmilbpaMr (cniprlilioii HKSI pun tio.oo ettOND PBaXB 15.00 s ilai.it PKIEI > Mt In _;. % .„.s or Ies.s just iu.isli this aanttoce;— i Amrmdent 1.1:11 .. •:. %  I a flaileuoj AMMIilBNT K. H. I Vm %  .1 v nurii%  i M . :.., %  aeeti : li % an AJfMIDBNI En: i aa a/U] their :. : IH? the excel;. i AAIMIDENT Toothpostc. The three wmn.ng enii .. the names of winner.. will be put ad BQ tb. newspapers Competition ends December. !(ISI. NEW style—ADUED heavier to carry than a ci e arette NMi l.:iit inieril In the Makers uKuinst defect in tuuiiuiacture. 1'CNI and Demonstration made without obligation Dial 428H (or Appointment. >l \.\M\4. A CO L. M B. M\lnA CO., LTD., PO HOK m. Bridgetown It's so easy to ship almost anything; by air. — nd IueKpcnsive too. For advice on your freight problem* call BWIA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS B.IV.I..4.. BRIDGETOWN IIOTKI. HASTINGS — I'upular Hiallh Krsorl K..,u.ili,.l anil I'm!,., c.il wiih BNOWCEM S N O W C E M CEMEXT YVAll l.i'iUMH (OVUM. INSTRUCTIONS ON THE USE OF SXOWCEM PeaVABATlON OF SIKI ACKON WHICH TO APPLY SNOWTKM Care must be taken to see that all surfaces are free from dirt. du<;t. lichen, a goe. etc Loose material and dirt must be removed by brusUng\ and where necessary, by washing Grease, oil oil pa nls. varnishes, oil bound distempers and oil-free distempers, time wash, or sirrlar. whatever thickness, mint be thoroughly removed. Roughcast or pebbledash must he brushed thoroughly and hosed down to remove dirt and dust. All obsnrbent surfaces and all tyrftpaa m hot cltmatat ahould !>.• siiturated with clean water and tho moisiure allowed partially to dry off the surface before applying the first coal of SNOWCEM. SNOW'CF.M must li. mixed willi ualer in TWO STAGatt — first to %  paste — ihen to a liquid of normal consistency. APPLICATION In hot climates al! backings must be soaked with water immediately before application. SNOWCEM being made from cement, requires the addition of water for setting and hardening; do net apply SNOWCEM whilst water can be teen standing on the surface. A water mist sprayed on at the end of a day's work is also advisable in hot. dry climates. Once water has been added to SNOWCEM. setting begins to lake place. Care must therefore be taken to ensure that the quantity of material mixod Is used within ONE HOUR. Material allowed to stand ready mixed longer than ONE HOUR must be thrown away. Mixing instructions are in drum and these must be followed. Two coat work is usually necessary; a third coat may be inquired where the background is of a dark colour. Three rk is also recommended for asbestos cement sheets or similar surfaces. When applied by brush the first coat should be well scrubbed into the surface. Where conditions permit it is alwavs advisable that the sun should have left the surface before the SNOWCEM is applied. Obtainable in:WHITE, CREAM. PINK. SILVER-GREY. GREEN. BLUE. YELLOW. 8. TERRACOTTA. On Sale at all Lumber and Hardware Stores. i



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% %  r mthm Atowcate ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS AUGUST Ridgway Leaves Choice To Reds WiU Talk Peace When The) Are Read) TOKYO, Aug. M (GENERAL MATIH^W B. R10OWA? Mat a blistering Besaage to top Red COBUMnd Korea, and left it up (o them wh> talks would continue in Kaesong. The Supreim Allied Commander said that hs was willing tt resume the negotiations which were Halted By me Reds. But he rejected as "malicious falsehoods' the Communist accusation that United Ma forces had violated Kaesong's neutrality. >1 \IIS \l I'M III. Heiis, broke oil the i .iki %  thai „i Hi %  %  preposterous and so maniif* [< It did not merit %  rtpl) Hani Choice %  %  %  them a hi ii Buna, the North Kori n i i Huali I R broadcast over the Armi radio and .%  %  %  %  Mun'.tn ready • %  %  %  %  could hardly apologl •• i Nor can uhe R< I %  added. '!"' %  • i continue U thai they | %  T;tlks arhlt %  •] ofr b\ the Con.ii the final paragraph W an pn I %  'illations. 1 will ... %  . %  a reeaon |. ittet %  greemetil %  munisi COI %  %  %  %  %  1 • !'ui lone mild ii"; %  %  %  i t SOME HAIRDO: Iran E&pecte Period of Hardship • %  i %  %  .... % %  %  A Con %  %  %  %  %  brought %  •< %  Anglo%  %  ..ii talks, email %  that Harrtman tug stay In %  %  %  %  %  Hi (Iriiii) I r.r. %  - Sandy Roger On His Way i To Barbados Genera/ llaldwin hilled By lull ROME. Au. 25 %  %  Co-operal I %  ol hii Hoi Ing*. Mr*. ... .,,!.> Chief i %  %  thai he fi over I P. If. 25 %  network of IS0.OO0 Telephoi %  1 • P une fro the colour ol his I ilr !i> la i alowiiuj in the footsteps of hi* I her, Sir | (Vi.urman and Managing Dlraetoi of the group Sand> Rom La on hi*, way in New York, thittepptfiff off pouil for his to Uon of the i %  nd General I Jamaica, Trirmim!. and I .ON oi de 11 of tli i < iov< i i r ,. row ... m which it i 1 ii .. Large : %  %  %  Far East Situation \ Brazil Goods Will influence U.S. 1952 Party Platforms franwill Sell Crude Oil %  i %  ndustry I %  %  %  i %  %  %  1 %  l %  %  i %  l %  %  Hi Id too I %  l p Starvation I hreateiu J ea • %  i ban at largos .i r, ... i ., , t , aattakl| rraaa aetead. raw%  saahi „i aaaawaaai „„„ *„ "ui gr, aaedtai m gangreaei %  in Hawaii an I>> I oaves aad hula %  tea a| tree Maaj Beaaaaai ba>. Nkaauwi on taatea g r oea bonanaa, bill tad raja Haet laaaah w hi lad araaa \f Uvtag ea M paretd i a • d >. prtou laalli Mliur. ,41.llrd „,c.l. pi.1,1. I iikh tad rise Mara H,, 1-1.Mill llir J4iiulr,i l.ovntuii'-iil II4B warned IMIIII ,I|, .in,| mill |>i>ol.il hi i drinalai water aad anii11 i>ii.mi inN iil aU aaa an k> l"Jt lilwii II .ill |„i.|in age JI„I ClniBL BeirtgSentTo Russia — Viem (B> II.XKHV W KKANTZ) WASUINti'IoN. An > THE FAR EASTERN SI1 ATJOW n piiwiTful nilliicnci' on the il' in e of Preaidcntial n m party piatfurms for the L'mlcd Statt-s political can Mimt, according lo well Infurmed political pxperta. The iur.Hmni nt;il riddle as in wyh^tliet Commuui must eventually be checki an theatre has not banpl ftutwered bj the investigation of General MmAi n, \ disnu.s; ..i •• I 1 .li-U. Di.i. Aut;. M 'IiLmiiH-rstMi i.-.i.ii in reeeived JJI unr\|".ii i lwir.i i.i-i nurht h l II i bolt ol lightning *lru.k In i .in.l drew .11 h*lrpin ..ni ol h*r bear. She l"ld 1hpollrc thai Ihiholt atraah her farmhaaaa i boaaaj i>u> oni n •: i< ui i in r ar hrr raaaUfi —i v (/.ft. Navy Panther Jets Blast Red Airbuses ICE HQ. Korea, Aug iat Kashin in far Northc t Kon Ufnv in more. i .. \'\ ri04> tuns of bombs. I. peri : :n Japan and Okinawa airbaaa which made the attack, All the plant safely to the bi %  i-uirtralt lire ai ex%  in t planai Inn wns hit w-i. 12, 1950, when almost fOrtf pounded ri* attack on nearby high ground Art,on el • %  %  tha bloods • .-I activity, and n %  light iaii I bean %  The Red i-Knnt'iit from the rod toil C that the Boutb Korean defenda forced lo fall back to prevent th nnslnuahl. Action on the ground front wa> for the nionien; lector Bouta %  d four hills pillni fresh Communist dead ;i'"p hUB%  olH buttle of the blundv ride 11' Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund His erne*. Kxtilln r Gee* Sir \irrpd Bav ...e. iind Lad) Savage, uric among the lirsl %  %  %  -1 Ui ..n,tut,ut. in !!<• Itellri in. iwiied bv llir Advoealr lo aid thr •.ufferrrs In Ihr Ja m ai ca batrrlc Ilrlp K urgenl! n< i ,i .i iimi-uiwiK HI ba in la I) II of the lllialBMII idail aaaka, ar direct | tinaoaai of Ihlo iirHvpipii. I hi-\r ...ii nr leaaaawledced .ini> The um,: wan nprnrd on Irldaj and toppril th.>im m.irk vrtitrrilay HAVE VOI I (iMKIIII IHI' Mark tour donation Jamaica Rrli.i Hind, and send H In Bm Ihliu: leaaarraa I.*I..I *"'m Ur M>i U ll*.-. Mi A M'O I i ia Ikaai Hn H~t.>i l hall. p.. %  a '• < i.. %  i I.I tt' a Mr. II l UONDOM \ %  %  %  %  . %  I i %  %  . 1 aient rrade Bureau iwld that n %  %  %  Ptoea i n ovei ., rear" ihrouK i %  %  %  ition, Undei thi %  i dollii %  %  i ind % %  %  %  %  "ii|) I,, (his mORMHll I i %  %  the Itni/illan Govenimenl Jamaica's Fin, Sec. \\ ill I'l) To London FoDiicun Hurriconi Ralla. rutun \ to hroaiile polli ... % %  i i coffee i .... I i .iithai Mai A %  %  from then Republ CM i earlier tl .u-w In t| Tail vi %  %  i %  %  fa I %  %  %  %  ino\from the itendpolnl <-i tru %  i i . oi i %  : %  ' : %  • %  %  ... drafters. —rj p, Uoning ihi ,*II t in th* %  %  %  Murriinaii AMI VIM To Confer UithTiln WHILE EN-ROUTE TO U.S. BELGRADE. AugtiM 2-, nl Truman's diplomatic envoy. Avercll llarrimnn. arrived •..ik arith Prernler Mm•hal Tito aboul Vuaealavi i baai needs in militan He ionrouti from Teheran where ha bled bnak the deadJ %  • %  %  B) ital ind irai • %  ti ihi oil l.r Irvnch Enquire into Train Crash METZ ] i %  % % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  thai the 21-T %  %  %  •.11 ha i stood at .' %  I %  dot 3 ald that n appeared iinlikel: Uu % % %  rack — I'.P. the ti %  .. tei ling win %  they wll lot IK* re-aold OUV i %  %  %  | dd thai na tl %  exptraa i %  %  ml 1 i i.1 \ \ | J.'ii 1 ami economic in MtWMtHM %  IDpllj bOth <>T ''irl Tha BrlUah I %  • %  • i replia i. at prea%  %  I %  |, the %  >. teded N %  i the K l u folloa I %  %  i %  %  %  Trade Between !ii ;./il. 'l UgOftSlai ia Can lt< Expanded -Arartlian Via-President %  %  %  i : i i . IblUtj for the exi %  u i ountrtei. I %  %  %  %  IT..' %  I %  %  %  He dd pressed by I %  %  I I he "ADVOCATE" pnya for NF.WS Dial 3113 Day or Night DEATH PENALTY NN August 25 The pro a acutl i I i iha ten pi r K l,ih (TI V A i A new tropical tf %  %  %  ,.nt flighT Uhlpa si. iles south tha out town ol Mai clUoal 1 no ,i HI inovinK northw%  led thai torn AH hii>i at i %  Itei PI %  • .: %  %  %  %  %  p lied — i v. > %  India Will i\ot A Head Peace Talks IU IHi\\|.l I liOS/.\l I WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 In.iia has deeidrl to %  %  Pi ,i. t Treat %  i fain' %  %  earlier II I ored Ind %  to Japan, clrnr the a %  Bu %  %  %  Ifiadli ia> Oama i m raatardaj io ne Ko-kir> Ooir Qah PlaM %  *' *** %  I' atm %  %  \.. i ommenl treat %  %  %  %  %  I v i i< ildah wtU i I I %  u( grcai smomh won maiutup and Imig %  .,1 DM 1 I 1 tyilc n> %  %  RALEIGH THE all-STEEl IfCfCI f A wide varicly of models always on display and ready assembled for you lo lake away. See our cycle Department, first Floor IVI SHEPHERD & in.. I.Hl 10, 11. 12 & U Broad Slrnl Sole D.'t.ibytof.