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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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N.A.T. Coune il Open | —— ie D HUMLDING a H ARRI ty -
Cruciai Detence Talks | VO KL-OPEN ,

OIL TALKS
Van Zeeland Urges
W. Rearmament

OTTAWA, September 15.
PAUL VAN ZEELAND, President of the Twelve
Nation North Atlantic Treaty Council, opened
a new drive for Western rearmament today with

the warning “that the scales of fate ‘are turning’
towards peace or war.”’



From AU Quarters:

tran Wants
No Oil

Discussion



Mossadegh’s Ultimatum
\ot Delivered To U.K. 7

| ~°RESIDENTIAL ADVISER W. AVERELL

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that on Saturday th rr od that he sent this letter with
ing’ 0° , aio instru Am idor N } | oxealled “ultimatum” which Mo
Opening the crucial meeting of Foreign De-|rolian Entezam to wetes called “ultimatun eo
: Win: : . , : i eset ier this week to transmit to t sritist I
fence and Finance Ministers, Van Zecland urged|t'< «is the W iS a ore however to the llec
Western Allies to maich “a formidable level’ of] jin net a hich Mo | reported to have calle
Communist military power before it is too late. ke idered mull and ve pen the talks in two weeks or get out
The Belgian Foreign M , seem |
said: “Deeply conscious o FLOODS > os | rl em #)
immarence of aanger, wo tect ve K'pench Govt. faust eel 1 iy last moath to m ,
itical moment is ap; acht 1 everal ' ; | ) ° » Ag { spute ) ent ay]
which the scales of fate ro a ° 10,000,000 i : } | I Hy 4 O% ains t i n Ira
irrevocably towards peac ur.’ Ss a in Nerathie tel “t , ‘ al oil flowi to th
Te said the delegates must reac thatusan ds | ( : t r were no
their defence goals “in time” t Will Fi Rudsar R t | | OMIM UNIS I sed ,
Porgra sens nar xaren sion iti re siniy | ‘ ° f Sut it is undersie ae tf |
he resident spok 1 the RYDER ¢ SFING 1 } é i >» } meee rr xe |
House of Commons’ C r amber <¢ SAYS PRAVDA ech | Ol Pri jferms on which Tran has said th
Canada's Parliament building tra ‘ ( } ise eat | ould illing to resume th {
advance of the secret afternoc MOSCOW. Sept. 15 Germany ‘ | KART A, Sey ) egotiatio ;
session. Treaty Powers hope t viet press assailed the | fellow car r | NOs roves . c
invite Greece and Turkey Bi iecisions }@n @ Ccms 1 } Commun Note Returned
their expanding defence hart ly as a vic 1 of in- | revolver ' ‘ | There wer reports as early a
against any Communist att < ternational commitments an dj{the bor i } j | Thursday that Harriman vould re
an Europe. W rn da of fateful con equenc TEDICA 1 | H oul . exact figu }rurn hy ete to Iran rather thar
Means Of Peace Ft. vaa, cial Communist] | : . | eee i along to the British as Mos-
Van Zeeland stressed the North ? ely edge voted alr ost at Wy. a ms 4 . | mi es deg ih equested
Atlantic Treaty “is a mear Oeeen a Gow eas nando hos be airweos if as aeenth: “eet ed sources on Satur
ensure peace.” He added tha es Mere ee playing : . tant : +t iat he decided to write a ,
: h t i denouncing the ]‘m the ! intiy. Suprap
lack of balance between We ce i P. ‘ ) } a, tter to Mossadegh or
and Eastern armed forces “is schuman Stee! Pool plan and the |‘o ! Y ’ expect ~} ; t cs oes
ay , A s n ae ol agnor a Pleven plan for bringing West | su ‘ ore jit ole « que on before }
itself a call VO; AEETESEION Germany into the European army mhubiy 3 4 ) t by Government on vee R ther ie ne }
He said our connection h» ‘ Other newspapers said that the IMPETUS TO PEACE a mes vol | over te sritish of lcials. Har
forth ares broken. It is bY decisions masked preparations to | Editorial on the Washington out that not or E : ry . ie Apere ws "Sa ie oe 1
restoring the balance in armarm<¢ rganize a “German San Francis- ) ference iid that t) B ONE of the quaint old buildings Shuréels Girect. Bacieht nunist being arrested | n om ape te BP!
in the reconstruction of our armed | co” Izvestia, the Governmeni’s | Foreis Minister: formalized a ee , icteric ate i sata nha? hot } Grove nent offici orien om we ee Th Z fc
forces that the real chance of jotficial organ, said that such a step gave new impetus to the hithert —Photo by R. \ one the main Communi : Gatees Suauta Ve: Tae it
saving peace resides. was a plan to “perpetuate the|temtative plans to restore peace in eade! her; Alimin who NE til Mo: hen .
Dean Acheson arrived fron |Anglo-American occupation of the |Europe as well as in the Pacific y Y ‘ trained is still at]... r wg ae
Washington an hour before the |West Zone, and to legalize the re- |and to organize and defend t eo U N ¢ l *e a It rrested whe!
session was formally opened. “'e|birth of the Wehrmacht and to | Western World against Soviet ag- te te e Ol 7] é ( . LS | ie . sap ul € I Although Teheran reports la-
said he was hopeful that ¢* ‘onsolidate the colonization of } gression.” id Alimin elled Mo eg'@ note as an ulti
meeting would invite Gree arid |West Germany by the Anglo- } y he ’ Indonesian dai tur to the British, reliable
Turkey to join western def s|American imperialists.” MILITARY GAMES—wWest Ai } fratesic i ‘ 1 th ourees Here said that it contained
against Soviet satellite aggression { Red Fleet, the organ of the Rus- | trian State Fplice will stage mil Ne) ecurit 7 ove | 6 U.P some conciliatory passages” Th
U.P sian Navy said “West Germany is | tary-type manoeuvres next mont S / S. 8TH ARM H'QUART asininiabinh vere understood to have suggest-
now the abe ay ih we for er when 3,000 Gendarmes equipped ~ er ee iun ee d that Tran would be willing to
.. ‘an aggression in Europe with the | with armoured care cart es 4 : ‘ - ° hope negotiation on , more
NEXT MOVE Is UP restoration of the warlike indus- |bayonets and steel helmets will (By W. RYSER) autre v ist tir Allied T ur ke *y W al Hold | modified basi
triai cartels, and the revival of the | put down a mock insurrection ir LONDON, Sept..15 ay -Capsured rave !
Revanenist Wehrmacht with old . ence it As 4 novraain et rth Ne a y DEM. hy ground northwest f te 5, Meanwhile diplomatic officials
Nazi Generals ,”—U.P se a the Russo-American zon: i RECENT SOVIET MOVES to strengthen security injafter a two hour hand t Bye I ihe © tions here Biante ized nisaiys that no
By PHIL NEWSOM me the notoriously multi-national areas around the Black Sea, }#ttle with Communists ISTANBUL, Sept, 1: Jecisiana onthe. Aniisetranian
me TOKYO, Sept. 15. ‘i eer { RUMOURS .—World wide ru- Russia's most vulnerable trontier, included the deportation on beg aoe Bye-elections will be held - a aris were re ached during
"tthe, iat mour of sterling devaluation wa of G aks fr } ‘, ooh Loyd + - ¥ i © hardes ought u y for 20 parliamentary se 1 B wee Foreign Ministers
General Ridgway’s Bicedquas , Coal Shortage | dorided..-Sattfdey in. responaiiste A. MIT EE k rm jt the ¢ auci a and the Crime: , the remov al of the west central front sinc : 17 Turkish provinees. It will] meeting which was just conelud- i
ters said in an “fiforiret ion Sul . quarters of Greeks from areus nen? wresea in Rumanie aod Bulgaria.}Han crossing. Thre ‘ e lnctiOk Gibdin.t on Friday. They emphasized 4
jetin” that the next move in the Threatens French Ss. 5 According to.an official report|Allies stormed the fill, | 8 es lect! aie that the conversations on Iran
“little cold war” is up to the 5 P d 2 eee | of the Greek Government, the|they were pushed baci ; a ; mney concerned mainly the respective
Communists. In commenting on S 4 ctio . AD ny ’ Soviet authorities deported 17 | from deep bunkers on tl : ge ma ttitudes of the United States ;
: : : ore \ . a s deported 17009 no rhe General Election atwre }
~ arr, rig oat f oe Stee I ro Ub t ml State Employees VOCATE J CA Gre eks from ease the ports of tne aren asia the used 1 1950. « the 0 ' oie tha and Britain
admission that gne o s aircraf PARIS, Sept. 15. scrripe oc s 11m and Batoum, Cauca and drove Communists of }? y ~ ‘ ;
strafed Kaesong September 10 the; Nisin Rale “wtiin ay Sia | made «¢ f \ RELIEF FUND } in Tune 1949. The Hort te The action lasted 10 how : : ! British Foreign Secretar
information bulletin said 8 Seal steel industry jaeaa Plan 24-Hour { that the Greek aie a tly Bigewhere on the ounded by Kemal Atturk|terbert Morrison was understood
“Admission of the charge puts Sea ne arian thewehen 2 It was done yesterday ; nins - iet A fron it U.N ‘ : of 1 to have held out for a stern policy
sania emktied Altay ’ boone: (coal and coke, which satens| The $10,000 rk, the fir , tir » heavy I ‘ il 1946 ‘that would eventually bring abou
se? 7 the x phase ¢, slow down ner steel production Strike cbjective in "tBe Pc rvanl , . ree et Hivouiehout +e 1@ ( , rever sal in the Iranian attitude
of the ‘little cola war at KaesonBiny 15% this year, and might se-| ‘ tae a repor is but Prue my , ) } S Den :
eee a ae sh A o% Ss year, a a) ee sad funds for the relie the ; ek i Secretary of State Dean Achesor
squarely to Reds riously hamper her rearmament} |, ROME Sep ) altel ai re. = instance of the viet U 4 309 of ¢ aia l eni Baits yed to have urend ail po
ae the United eens effort. informed sources said on) cone officials held hur- ioay Peathed Gat Galest ven ae ling »G see = ey 187 seats. The People ible caution to prevent a compl:
did admi o one occasion when a Saturday rie conferences in an atiempt tt - ee eeea y es, ere 235,000 G : : vid , rr }
- é ty tha aa 8 te y This -prese ‘ x Hes ie ( ollapse in the negotiation itd
U.N. plane actually did violate France's soil is rich in iron ore,} 5 ud - can awe ge 24-} fa leas I oe a a i . he mn. of Soya Bean Cu £0 ; Cha. Natian pcan ‘ids {cut in the Iranian ofl flow to 31
Kae SOng ster a admit te any |DUt the coal output from, the na-] fy. y's] 500,000 st te, eriploves the public, but is surely not Se Bake n dep on and’ fer tag 9 eat in t esent liament, | We uP
dication that it will admit to a 'Y |tienalized collieries is still insuffi- eating "yatiway ay ov pokers: Thi the final step we can tak ty wine aatt Splits Ship Ss thull i ‘ ‘ t te] I
trumped up C eine: v charge >! cient to meet the needs of French] yiiiictry oof Ls ns Of ae abet thin ditection, ik the cine te 20 seats up for redi
matter how loud they tee p, |industry despite increased invest-| Jig that thes Haped to! Grit ate a a th mea whteh 13 3 ii Fishing Bank Ruined n Su the Oppos The “ADVOCATE”
—_ ment, olution to present to the Cabir . ) Es S sis lang erel lake no more |
: oo ao pom eS cae meeting set for Monday. OPEN! co s; deporting the re am . f rO a0 7 ne ay ant Democrat m | pays for NEWS
’ ndustry’s estimates or 951, os ¥ srabi cargo of soya beans thi j rit formed observers believe :
wae France’s coal output will reach its The walkout, called yesterday oe v a for one — ‘ites het ip ot Be re + A eS din ‘ the hull of a sbip fe fishi mad 4h nawt:| Dial 3113
sale ver -hieve »efore alyte o Is ; 1 > ther, missed the es ; § t fleat {
peak, never achieved before, of} by Italy’s big labour union ue = 1 Sout inform ‘ oe village and then ruined a i ( mé .
some 55,000,000 tons of coal, That] Communist dominated Genera! $10,000 boat , SHE have the ‘Bess a Sea shrimping ground outsic lo te effect par ment Day or Night
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. will be more than in 1950 and] Confederation of Labour and the epportunity to de their bit essarabia is the forme ee Bay on Saturday v 1 \
Sunsct: 6.03 p.m. twelve ps cent, above 1929 and|non-Communist Free Union if t help the sufferers, Ts 1 . a i one: pte On "pressure the Japanese Govennr =, i
Moon: Full if level—two boomiest pre-war] Workers and the Italian Union of part of the “Well Done” eee sia = 40 oo Tur K- The nine thousand i
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. vears. Still France will need over] Workers—after they had rejected yours? . not qualify tomor | a . ; aot a ve strong beans were purct { '
High Tide: 4.01 a.m., 4.18 eve -six million tons of coal]the pay incfeases proposed by the row and foin those satisfied |) 85 concemera‘ea I A ourneray da in June and 1
p.m. if she its to carry out her am-|Government two weeks ago |} helpers who have already Be 1 “oh jhe area, Fe ar the Black} trom Montreal to Jay
Low Tide: 10.15 a.m., 10.35 bitious 4,200 million dollar re- U.P done their part. | ee Bessarabia the ian fre te ‘ '
p.m. ivmament programme Start this week with i incorporated into the Soviet! ay,» fire broke
aaa enne another big drive. {vi von A last month it ‘
The deportation of Be ivabian
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ome 14 Armed Coniviets | oy) || rurks, is understood here to be] “"Mremer” pias |

Session aks Escape Prison || | on [iy ove 1


















SPEINER, Alabama, Sept. 15 ‘could be dangerous in t ‘ sabia cl
Fourteen heavily armed con-! . 8 — Inform ation at MT sank nd f |
e ro on e victs fled in stolen cars and onl} {i | ; essarabian clean up was known] .17,, ba
igineered the mass break 5 o y | : m ; ‘ \
: inmates from the Draper State}| Camsdian Bank of Commerce —UP., Phi ' 1))) ‘| SWEDEN FINLAND, WEST )
. y IAT LY Prison last night, | Roya jindisciniincisiatimaeietitinie es” t} ‘ 1 {4 H
TRUMAN TELLS SENATE State troopers and all law et oo i { South’Aésicos) APRICA, CANADA, CENTRAL
forcement officers of four cou | King Returns To | i Pe rane AARI 1
. te + “ 4 { . ‘ Huey Pt é )
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. Ree Se om. UIE 8 i STO Ee | Sa Oe eee i
ae NIT TDTIN I was reported on Saturday to)i02° ee aa eeceee Sw SINS B. Hushes sn B hi ha . i
PRESIDENT TRUMAN was reported on sa € . and farm land surroundir: this] ‘ ’ | uc ing vi } 4 1S} WEST INDIES and in many ter ((
have asked the Senate Democratic leaders to keep the|small prison communit | : | ur Kt \ »)
Senate in session this year until the Japanese Treaty is The rien. eudd: that: the: lids — : Palace \ ritortes in the PAR and MIDDLE \
Peat warden sa at the life} {



ratified. Usually well- informed administration source’ termer and another ring leader






































_———- |
Truman made the request this week although the State]engineered the well planned es- ; L INDO ¥, Sept. Fault Is Not \\ |
“ape W t t Ailing K Peor ge I. whose |
Department officials indicated earlier that Treaty approval |cape without firing a shot, 1 lodi ‘ ; ee .¥ ee : }
six g n fice, and tak- L 3c physical ppearance an <« mit )
would not be sought until next January Fra rere seen < th ; pr a an \mbassador nt ey Ff e shocked W ith Youth 1 N ' | in race i}
. , ever wee i tne rison . “ Hay ! 2 \
Senate Democrats have not been], pconal © A rri es isrito returned by plane alane Hil iN}
ss jusiast Cc about pressing ahead ania Vv In U.S. © Buckingham Palace from Scot- POPE iif . “— 6 Ri , i" i} *
Premier Grotewohl me we < saalge ut 981 } NEW YORK, Sept ) land on Saturday night to undergo ( 1} ' ir {Kt
4 would prolong the 1951 Mad ey s a pecial treatment fo : lies bi I )) R
Madame Vijaya Lakshmi } ’ ase ioe ang tr Pope {
- ae ~ ession which already threatens to , 7. sagan ndition . (tf r ' } etl lad
o > run into October October’ Th in Ambassador to the ss ogee Ail i | mode ruth i) i ik id
Urges Unification |: io october, Sctover 1 108 Laps States, arrived from Paris by plan: | g,2R¢ ,99-Year-old monarch cut tical and. irrev last {
Fs target f g1 n 4 sno Mh vacatia t Salt allf : {
to, quit Elizabeth Parris of Gi k nt i after a on Castic ; sre ie itl ve
Of Germany Si als) eee Semper Satels ‘ot Creer Del routine consul Castle by nearly a month antral od pa : re vet appre |
“ommittee sxpected to d u at hame toda rhe ; S jeclined to comment ‘or : f A i / .
BERLIN, Sevt. 15. [40 Ta eat handle Inataotees anne, aocnactotee Jap Peacd Treaty on Lon Sie vile a , i are hich is ficungly ff
Premier Otto Grotewohl c Tre ta sssion on Monday.}great grandchildren to ist € ee nian Oil situatior she ill the * : , ¥ - alean i: , J bie at : 7 ‘ ne : e | I to observe a Memorab
an emergency session of the Eas’ 1Or question to be settled i 1 Happy Birthday She nain in New York overnig ttack « fl Za te Sa oie if : ih)
ae roman: and irne hether the Japanese Peace|}hearty and has her : - , for Washingtor on Sund ; h Sica issppeated ’ i : ay E t i) ce t r l. to minister to
that Western Germany accept- | Treat ll be handled alone or|her —_UPp ce ser 1 Wein. acacia as v . : 1
ance of the Big Three plan for } s with three Pacific Defence wi aR eee UP. —U.P. (cP {Kt ' e the nne eur’s table, to welcome guest
German units in the European | Agreement i} ae i
army threatened,to make the na-! Senator William Know 1 ir V7 a7 VIET | 7 v :
tion “totally devastated battlefield.’ D h this week urge 7 / ZL ] i é
p i ‘nate session this fz ) '
The Communist Premier ut Japanese Treaty 1) Fro Vine & Spirit ;
Wraat’ Geimiantes ineteed ta acct he, cs Mg. By LYLE C. WILSON lot State “as ions est » Wriiman's secrets sthougl Paul V. MeN 1 y) ’ I i
: Neodieaeeath : oe . TAS NGTON “it dent? on +h iets a pas ws ' r ‘ ; : r y , ‘ “a ‘ ver ,
his renewed invit a u t W ASHINGTON, S id } i ’ a : K. WwW “ ‘ ° SPE« FAL | @viyi N ION ,
part in the “all Gern lk : of the men who k m| } the Pre i ¢ to al f them to-c I F. D. Roc .
pave the way for ? fi ede al ment that Truman doe yt This dispat j ¢ the patch offer + at . about shir nD ( r a
of East and West ( mat ber 1 which Tae oe o run for the Preside soing out Wa I : leg ni E ; : - . ? Ww INK
the withdrawal of the occupatior However, Senate : cap tter D mutable it Tru maybe he mear | )
troops | thir the programn his long time associate | me sggestion that aan is McNutt . \ pe ee. \
Grotewohl ‘moved * er! ped ring ickly that he believe | Pre ? White Ho f ne Democrats t {
the Wast Shs ent shortly will be | from now 1940 car ; i}
that the tes, Grea ber 6 1eS at ( rat Presidential K.W.V. MASS WINE
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BEAAREASBSABEE GS S* x HN SAINT left B rbados
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G L OBE B.O.A4 for London. He is «4

member of the four-man delega-









TONITE, 8 30—MON TUES tion from the British West Indies
to the meeting of Commonwealth
Ministers who will study supply Married at St. Patrick’s

——— ce sone ee eee ; T ST. PATRICK’S Roman

he other members of the Yatholic Chure yesterda

IDMARK Anais Maeiaii delegation are Hon'ble Albert eee at five pr lock Mis

° Gomes of Trinidad, Hon’ble D. B. joan Ghent, daughter of Mr. and

Sangster of Jarniaica Ghent of Port-of

r . “a and co Mrs. G M ihe
W. J. Raatgever of British Gui Spain, Trinidad, was married to
| Agricu tura : r Ni eria Mr. Basil Brooks, son of Mr. and
| en! wen eres at hali Mrs. P. S. Brooks of “Rosemary,

} i Rockley.
| months here staying with 1 ne bri aie deat
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: |The Glen,” Dalicetih, Mr. and as marriage by her futher, wa

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| Nigel ‘Thomas end their little ban “teDCed by Mie Butera Lashic)

lyan tuft yesterany ing by as her — Bg

ne een The was conducted
CA. for Prestwick, Scotland vip jy Rey Fr Sellier SJ. and the
|Canada where they will spent duties of " pemtanmn were per-
| three weeks before returning» to formed by the _ bridegroom’:

, | Nigeria. 2 : “ brother, Mr. Louis Brooks
ial | Mr. Thomas | is Agricultura A reception was held at
2 | Officer of Nigeria. ‘Rosemary,; Rockley, the resid-



wyer In Canada
R. TREVOR CLARKE, a
Lawyer of Peterborough
Ontario, returned to Canada yes-
terday morning by T.C.A. after
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|companied by ‘his wife and little

ence of the bridegroom's parent
and the honeymoon is being spent
at Powell Spring.
For St. Kitts Holiday
{Ss SONIA MALONE,
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: van in r. Clarence
Ann Baxter — Dan Dailey | Bryan of Seattle, Washing
m who arrived in the island last
“4A TICKET TO TOMA. | month by the S.S. Fort Townshena.

For U.S. Holiday
FF to the U.S.A. and Canada
where they will spend about
two months’ holiday are Dr. and
Mrs. H. H. Bayley and their little

HAWK” He has returned to the island after daughter Patty. They left on
an absence of 45 years. Friday by B.W.1.A. via Puerto
and He finds that the standard of Rico.
“ . living locally has greatly improved Married the
MY BLUE HEAVEN” but “there is still room for im R ee Cc Cotieedral
Starring : provement”, he said, Of Queen's . . . ER

of Church Village, St. Philip
were married on August 29 at 4
©’clock by His Lordship the Bishop
at St. Michael’s Cathedral.

Park he felt that the “little 200”
is of no interest. In a modern age
like this, there should be more

Betty Grable—Dan Dailey
Monday & Tuesday 4.30 &



8.15 Wiel gg The bride was given in marriage
The Fox Double | ith Shell Leaseholds by hér brother, Mr. Parke Mapp
R. DAVID AUDAIN, a tormer ng the duties of besthan were

Clark Gable—Myrna Loy student of Q.R.C. who is now
in working in the Statistics Depar'i-
ment of Shell Leaseholds Distri-

Cuthbert Moore.
their

performed by Mr.
A reception was held at

“MANHATTAN : : residence in Church Village.
»|buting Company, Trinidad, re-
MELODRAMA” |tuined by B.W.LA. yesterday to After len Days
and Trinidad after spending two RS. E. C. QUEREE of Graeme
weeks’ holiday. He was staying 1¥A Hall Terrace whose husband

“YELLOW SKY”
With Gregory Peck —
Richard Windmark

OLYMPIC

To-day last 2 Shows
4.30 & 8.15

with Mr. B. L. Barrow of Massiah
Street, St. John.

“See How They Run”
NOTICED a most wnusua! di
play at the Aquatic Club for
the Barbados Dramatic Club’s new
production “See How They Run”
opening this week at the Empire

is an Assistant of Harrison College,
returned by B.W.1.A. from Trini-
dad on Thursday after spending
ten days’ holiday.
Back From Canada
R. HAROLD “CHUBBY”
BAYNE of the Staff of
Foundation Boys’ School, returned



Theatre. From-all accounts, this to the island on Thursday from

os Ban ae play is full of laughs and even Canada by T.C.A.
Republic Smash Double funnier than their successful pro- Mr. Bayne, who left the island
Gregory Peck — Jennifer duction of the “Middle Watch.” in September, 1949, successfully
Jones For Post Graduate Course passed his BA. Degree gaining

in R. F. F. MANNING, Dentai Second Class Honours in English
; Surgeon of “Roslyn”, the Language and Literature at Mc-
“DUEL IN THE SUN” | Garrison, is due to leave Seaweli a mena 3 nioeontiy
id a period of studies in French
and to-day by B.W.LA. for Puerto Rico ¢ ip
' on his way to the U.S.A. where be Canadian Returns Home
“PORTRAIT OF JENNIE” | will take a post graduate course RS. ANN HUGHES, a Cana-

at the University of Maryland in
Baltimore. He expects to be away
for about two months.

dian who was holidaying in
Barbados, returned to Toronto
yesterday morning by T.C.A.

Starring :
Jennifer Jones —
Joseph Cotten





“Monday & Tuesday ago @ (ome Sm | BTOWN | iat ie
onday uesday 4. _ ‘>
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& Continuing Daily
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Columbia Big Double

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Carnival Queen



Runner-up
grea ING in Barbados yester-
day morning by B.W 1A. from
Trinid Mi Greta Pierre,
runner wp for the 1951 Trinidad

Carnival Queen Competition, She
was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs
Conrad Gittens as chaperon and
her sister, Miss Winifred Pierre,
a student at St. Theresa’s Inter-
mediate School.

Miss Pierre who is Demonstre-
tor at the Singer Sewing Machine
Company, has been awarded a free
air passage as well as free hotel
accommodation for one week in
3arbados for herself and chaperon
The party however. intend spend-
ing two weeks here and are stay-

it “Accra”, Rockley.

With Gulf Petroleum
. R. ARROYO who is with
Chek Petroleum Company in
Caracas, Venezuela, arrived here
on Friday by B.W.1.A. for a week's
holiday. He was accompanied by
his wife and son and they are
1ying with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon

t of “Mervue”, Hastings.





Venezuelans End Holiday
R. L. GOMEZ, a prominent
businessman in Venezuela, his

wife and two children returned

home on Friday by L.A.V. after
spending two weeks’ holiday. They
were staying at Paradise Beach



MR. & MRS. BASIL BROOKS after their wedding at St. Patrick's

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Administrator's Daughter M,.P. On W.i. Tour — 3 Sik 8 :
ISS SUSAN ARROWSMITH, \f8. ALLAN LENNOX-BOYD, ,, ene ed ete
daughter of His Honour E. P a prominent British Member ~O™M¢ Dy the same opportunity on

Arrowsmith, “Administrator of of Parliamer ind Chairman of Friday were Mr, Alfredo Cruz,

Dominica and \ Arrowsmith. the Conservative Par Imperial another businessman of Caracas

left by T.C.A “rday on her Affairs Committee making a ®nd Mrs. Cruz and Mr. and Mrs.

way back to school in the U.K tour of the West Indies and is due Garcia, Mr. Garcia is with the

Miss Arrowsmith who had been to arrive in Barbados to-day by Shell Petroleum Company.

spending the summer holidays in 6.W.1.A. from Antigua They had spent two weeks’ holi-

Dominica with her parents, arri\ Studying Engineering day here staying at the Marine

oe Thursday by B.G " Re TUR NING to Halifax yester- Hotel.

ays anc was staying with Mr io. ™ ‘ seat

and =Mr Raymond Norris of ig by T.C.A. where , Fourth Visit

Argyle Flat, St. Lawrence Gay stud "ns a 7" a ment Coke AYING his fourth visit to Bar-
: it the Nova Scotia Technical Col bedos ae
lo Study In Canada lege, was Mr. Ronald Smith, son stone nA aoe ne ein te
MONG the passengers leaving of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Smith of gineers in Montreal. He arnitcian
for Canada by T.C.A, yester- Grenada. He arrived here during yesterday from Papa nce by T.C.A

day morning were three Barbadian the week by B.W.1LA. after spend- On peh, “Sareea |

tudents vho have gone up to ing the summer holidays with hi Tr: behalf of the Department _of
study Wecag are Mi Trevor parents in Grenada oth eer in eran aetece

Talma, son of Mr. H. A. Talm: ‘ wen We Tunway at awell. Mr.

Besiinn bin tare of ie oa Fer US. Course Johnstene will be in Barbados for

and Mrs, Talma of “Trevendor” M®* A. R. DICKSON, Magistrate o week, staying at the Ocean

Welches, Christ Church, who will and President of the Juvenile View Hotel

take a pre-dental cour © at Acadia Ce urt, British Guiana, is now In

University in Nova Scotia before "gland for the pui u T.C.A.’s Resident Engineer

loing dentist roper; Mr. Clyde i®8 British Pena! Institutions and M* ROSS MCKENZIE® Resi-

Ward son of Mr. and M GC method of treatment for juvenile dent Engineer for T.C.A., re-

Ward of W Christ Church, ¢e'nquency turned from Canada yesterday

who is go to the University, 0 The British l has arranged morning by T.C.A. after spending

British Columbia to study Applied for bin visit is and penal about a month’s holiday, He was

Science; and Mr. Walter Codring-_ instit in Nottingham, Wake- gocompanied 1} ka a 1

iit: seh Mi Be GA Ting “Ae el: Sa Ladmton aE. ta accompanied by his wife and

C odrington of Britten’ s Cross Road expected to be in England until family.

who is going to McGill Univer Novergbe:

sity to tale his B.Sc. after whict Mr. Dickson was formerly, Legal Off To Canada

he will study medicine Draughtsman in Barbados

} ? as 5 5 R. RALPH A. BEARD, City
Police Chiet—St. Lucia Studying Welfare Work M Real Estate Auctioneer, left

OL, ERIC JAMES, Superin- N a visit to England to study for Montreal yesterday morning
tendent of Police in St. Lucia, children’: handicraft and by T.C.A. While there, he hope
arrived here on Thursday by welfare work in rural and indus- to collect information which
B.W.LA, to meet his wife and trial areas is Miss Mildred Mans- might be useful to the newly form-
daughter who are expected to field, M.B.E., founder and Director ed Barbados Flying Club of which
arrive from England on the S.S. cf the Doreas Club, a Women’s he is an active member.
Golfito to-morrow. He is staying Welfare Institute in Georgetown Mr. Beard expects to be in

at the Hastings Hotel British Guiana Canada for about three weeks.

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FARM AND “veins SEWING §~ am, |} MINUTES

It is generally suppesed that

By AGRICOLA I L ell a few from the middle Marigolds do not do well in the
FARMER JONES REAPS ©f this particular ear; we find rainy months, as, owing to ex- By PENNY NOLAN AND ANN

CORN they ar airly and uniformly cessive rain they are apt to grow MUSGRAVE
Turning out after the recent “ck from cap to point ef sttech- very bushy ahd to have vety few gummy MEASUREMENTS
rainy anell to s ie eee were ment, of good depth, rectangular flowers. This really is often the
rainy a emia w Unit re in shape with straight sides which case, but, it is not the rule, and The measurements required for
ety telaks the: s a close pack on the cob— sometimes Marigolds will flourish drafting a basic skirt are as fol-
Dau iinet erentiess ver a good type for seed normally, and flower profusely all lows: —

gx Bap ph ges Re Le we look at som@ through the rainy season. There is 1. Hip measure 7” down from
#e . —_— a her ears: here is one, in appear- apparently no known reason for waist









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you up and hope you are keeping e satisfactory, but what about this variation in the Marigold’s 2. Hi ome ” ir In air 12 minntes ord

Lo 3 , 2. Pp measure 3” down from

"7 : Thank you and very of mernelss We find good breadth behaviour, and there is no telling waist e ‘ It *oomed to a height of
ee Nee oe of cap but grain shallow with at first what the plants intend to 3. Waist measure 4 hi h flier at 70ft.—nearly 7) miles—

ont ms maine te yes. w hi ie rounded sides, which indicates too go, flower or not flower. But after 4. Length from waist to floor ” g fom a standing start in
PJ. Weil canelr aie im some }. Oe We | ee between some weeks if they appear very at eentre front } . + ’ minutes 7 seconds: about

ways, not so good in others. — My ae ‘ at = bg ~ ‘ a big and bushy and yet the flowers 5 Length from waist to floor rome is linked t. a second

canes are now picking up their aoe es ernels, that js toO are few and far between, it an I vear-old test pilot



thin at bottom for a good yTelder; be concluded that t are not , at centre back

i : and another with longish, thin going to succeed, ae ae ° a from waist to floor
@ Weeds are Jumping tOo in I and narrow kernels, pointed at ¢hj ; - : at sides

other cultivations ends, peg-shaped. All these types bo hey e a. i ghee 7. Length of skirt usually worn
Ag.: Farming after all isn’t so should be rejected for seed except bed for something else. The two hip measures and the

foveign manure and jun ig but



toakt orieies | SLES
at rocky Jos 500 m.p.h.

Vibrant as
sunshine on your skin.















monotonous as people sometimes the first ot ch aaa bs sitec Waist measure should be broken The whee his plane started

think, Mr. Jones—seasons, crop too thet bane tae ae ee down into back and front meas- ng & the runway of Made with Lanolin .. . has

conditions, rain, sunshine all FWJ.: I much appreeiate this ¢ayour They eron” aaxily from Urements as we draft the back ' wton Vaience airfield, Glos,

bring change to the lovely coun- practical demonstration and it has dome or cutting, they ate hardy @"d front separately. To aid in 3 * ate tinea eve amooth feather-light texture.

tryside and, very import brought out some points that we requiring no more than the or- “ing this, tie a piece of narrow ~~ was touching 500 miles an Gidtisenes Bocewes Yoce
something to fill the family farmers are likely to overlook. qginary garden care. The flowers elastic around your waist and ~ he eased the cantrol q



Anything of special impo









nn 7 2 We often hear that selection of are bright and gay and last a week place a series of pins where the —~— ) mn back ang rocketed UD. | Powder smooths on your
am 3 ~ would lik o mention? planting material begins in the 6, more in water. It is safer Side seams should fall putting the NtceR ! ; SUES, & Sue eopebsticmcy peat 1 skin like a veil of silk

_ PS. was nearly forge ting, I field. Would you say that applies srow Marigolds f tti first pin in the elastic at the waist, 2 LAGOS NN J ae a tee a | Poth
just reaped some corn and, after . ° , to grow arigolds from cutting ¢ — ome ¢ At 712 p.m he was back an

reading the notes in the Sunday ae ead " vdiien as they are more likely to come the next pin 3” down the sic : : ‘ationary on the runway +. DT clings softly for hours and

° os in tne < ig.: Dedinitely; one Su ” h seam from the aistline i the aT Sapphire Meteor is not an ; ? S .
* 4 Z Ce gro m e waistline, anc Me 1 APP . 4

~—— ee wait cat tek aoe ae obesrrer aa the dowers oe Seer. ieee last pin 7” down from the waist- yperational plane The old Oe hours... . gives you that
and give me your opinion about that some plants are very tall, .

seed seléction and other ma of them being single. If you can- line.



some medium and some short, In

tear airframe has se 4
m i It is very important ‘that these oy ot a A an natural vivid look!
but am windy situatians, tall stalks are NOt get cuttings from a friend, Ss very important that the






































Ag.: Most willin : ins Het 4 Mae ths atl wake Sri OF = ci 3a »phire engine whieh = te
quite sure you know a good deal likely to blow over easily, while UY 4 bunch of Marigolds, enjoy Pins be in a line that will ma Pe - ‘ost powerful flying anvwhere
about such things yourself. Any- those of medium height are the flowers, and then plant the 4 becoming side seam for you i = me world,
how, let us go and see *" sturdier and bear just as good stems. ‘These stems will some- To aid in judging this tie a small .
F.J.: Well, here it is: I am still ears; short stalks may carry their times actually root in the water, Woe en tie end of & sirine A a en Dp ? O60 l f
husking, as you see ears. too close to the ground and so when planted get off to about a yard long. eee Na Some Os mi es rom
to: The ta where they are eaaily damaged. © fring start oe of aks wecnne cat t
Ag.: he lot is above the Another point to remember is to ... : P wais , .
average and spe: well for your select : aaah as possible from Tips for the Garden it fall naturally. Are your othe: More fo n Valence
careful husbandry; of course, the plants bearing two good ears and Geraniums two pins to make the two hip @ é ‘ eee |
ears vary much as is usual in these at an angle from the stalk; measurements in line with the ; ri a saa peices : ; 3] | ey apvourtiuttr, PunTEvoRs OF soar
West Indian corn, Suppose we ‘ht ears pressed close against Geraniums do not flower well string? Is the seam line indicated pe eI > preduction im America may be seriously | 1O HM, THE KING
examine some for seed purposes, t stalk do not shed rain and during these rainy months. This by the string a becoming one? Do . wn be el-grey metal of which |
as you suggest. Here is a good h not the same room for devel- {s the time to break them up and this for both side seams most have n {1 and which is found in |
looking type: ear well filled opment. Finally, store your seed replant. Nigeria, a British Cx ree |
straight rows of kernels whict corn carefully; the old fashioned As with any other measuring, ; : |
not run into each other | kitehen had its uses for this pur- Chrysanthemums skirt measurements are not easy oa s ca n : oe + this |
and tip with all sorts of irregular pose; when sufficiently dry, tie the to take on oneself without help. 9 . Meet ent. eerie Mane ca Sint aa rioaaie
shapes; there are 16 row of outer husks together and hang the August is the last month that However it is possible to take thi noe Sacer avers ig “Gein e
kernels, a good average. Ear rows ex in pairs over a rafter where Chrysanthemum suckers should be series of skirt measurements on ane : cial slog ta 7 ‘eorain that big
vary usually from 12 to 24, always the smoke will help to preserve planted for them to flower at yourself in this way. Place the ca Wear ‘uety (desosits of the metal exist in the
with an even number, but the and protect them from molds and Christmas time. Planted in Sep- tape measure around your hip ‘ock near Jos in northern nining areas But develop: |
greatest number of row muld insects. Otherwise, husk out the tember they will flower after at the lowest pins. Do not draw : of these resources is going |
not ~ the deciding factor since ears and put them in a ware * Christmas. the tape tight but take an easy From th imp he was ly that the Wor DOr
size, shape and density of kernel drum with a tight fitting lid anc easurement. Extra ease is from old tin mines—British ste has been told re is ‘
must also be considered in rela- distribute naphthalene balls in Unhealthy Plants ee measurement when firms are g ’ i enou of nereased supplies within
tion to yield. You see, per » little bags between the corn at the Excessive rain will make some drafting to allow for sitting eas a r Ribehcut ed sa onden Express Service
of grain to cob is importan ate of one pound per bushel. piants lose their healthy green, so you don’t need to take the meas pears , : eit a ale a
a many rowed ear may have Reserve a good stock of ears and nq turn a sickly yellow. When ure loose enough for that ene
(though not necessarily) a large at planting time proceed = as this happens give the plant a few
cob with plenty of space between indicated above with final selec- Zooiications of Sulphate of Iron. Write the full measurement FRUIT-JAR BABY
the kernels themselves; hence the tion. I have enjoyed the visit and Sulphate f I é be bought down then measure across th f
need as well to examine ; nple the chat and will see you anon, wae au en ¢ _ ie fr the lowest pin to the
. " ane So raerd : ei ‘ ir. powder form from any Chemist. front from the W piu 2 : i ~
of the kernels when selecting. I hope, Mr. Jones. Dissolve half a pound in half a lowest pin in the side sean Sub- A lib. 1l50z. BABY, born four going to hospital the baby was
srk } S st 25 ow bucket of water and give a little tracting thie. from front, ———. month eee * pepe a = yeaa gear ea
> If; 2 i" — Dac ¢ > « PDeCE from the fu measure WI give fine in an incubator in hospita a basket packed with [rult jars
Rupert and f ve orcerer ast a oe as tows you the back hip measurement at Knoxville, Tennessee Before filled with hot water.
SFE) ae regained their healthy green. Measure the hips at 3” from the
NS baa. \| tS a} Dee mee 5 waist and the waistline in the
7 Pi howard er Watering same manner.
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The length m«msurements may
A good soaking once a day is be taken with a weighted tape.
better for plants than a sprinkling Allow the weighted end to just

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twice a day. touch the floor and measure to the
waistline. : i
Cut-And-Come If your figure is in about

September is the month to average proportions you may omit
plant seeds of the Cut-and-Come, all but one of the length meas-
Once they start to flower, Cut- urements and draft for a waist-
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Before landing Rupert cruises low so he glides to earth and starts It is important in drafting a i and eleg, eli throu the day
over the island to find a lonely spot walking away, ** | left my scarf on Salvia basic. skirt to keep the hip line amt gh
He does not know how frightened he other landing place" he shih Blue and red Salvia do well in parallel to the hem line whieh i
the darkies were at his sudden eS ee sy erage os beac the rainy weather. Plant the red in its turn should be pireilsl " ate EX?
saad. arr takes so ume, ‘ - 7 . . ; “ F
ipecatace sods onl) wovsed vere seta ingen be PO. AOF se at Chelona he ncns of te fare should e i YARDLEY (74/7LAVENDER
about their quisitiveness \ dropped it. Then he realises 3 ve you y ¢ en at the waistline side seams . a7
enatt nds a large grassy sf anxiously | uickly night is tions you would like answered or done at the wails > 2 dhe *Iabade iF the tb ’
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Games Begin

LOW SCORES were the order of the day as the Fifth
First Division Cricket games opened yesterday.

were generally soft after rain.

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Series of

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ed wicket allowed just under two hours play in the Police-

We I Combermere match
29 EMPIRE vs. CARLTON mere kept up & good bowling at-
1} 4 that 1 wine eae ; 47 ‘ack against Police, dismissing
Carlton (for 4 Wkts.) _....... 5g ©@88t of the Constables for 94 runs.

Tne game started at 4.05 p.m.
when Combermere won the toss
und sent Police to the’ wicket.
Pace bowlers Frank King and Mr.
against Carlton at Bank Hall yes- 1; Smith opened the attack for
terday, and when the day’s play Cormbermere. They got the bail
ended, the visitors were leading by t rise at an awkward height ana

Despite a plucky defensive in-
nings for 22 runs by opening bats-
man O. M. Robinson of Erhpire,
his team could only raise 47 run

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11 runs. the Police batsmen could not re-

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, tart until 2.40 ps Frank King sent down 14 overs,
nee F on accoun of the rain-dama takin four wickets for 2/ rus
For Good Shooti = wicket, Carton won the toss av! whic! Sirs Satie took, as mans
oo ing eees © already de sent Empire to the wicket wickets in 12 overs for 36 runs
* . 7 roun ~ in yt grat did not play trickily Kipper G. Grant, the only othe
- i e bat- the start. It only after the )
es y alter Hn ywier sed in the Comverme:s
There is no_ better taken th luncheon interval! that some dif- prAna ela: five Roms tor ly
general purpose cart- of wickets culty was experienced, runs but did not take a wicket.
ridge than Eley ‘Grand ie E. A. V. WILLIAMS Carlton took the field yesterday A. Bienman, in his dogged in-
Prix’ it is waters I Carlton heads the bowling average. This pace with “Bpogles” Williams who has yjn for 47 not out, saved the
ne hieel rl € ed consistent performances for the past three seasons just returned from England and Police team from entire collapse.
resisting, hard-hitting, ! | he t even been given Trial Game status. If there is his brother J. A. Williams who He took most of the bowling and
and unfailingly depend- ; will tell him that he always bowls out the has just left Harrison College. W content to play down the
able. Supplied in 12 . ill count against him. R. Norville opened with Robin- pumpers from King and Mr. Smitn.
k I } t 7 : i
em OEâ„¢ lahieh: With ee] not qualified. However, he has friends at son for Empire Robinson faced pe made quite a number of up-
gauge 2 gth i id} \ remembered / G. Edghill from the northérn end , strokes but clear of the fields-
L.1/16 oz. or I} oz. H ¢ e tall giant Empire bowler is fourth and he too I and off-drove the first delivery Soa ne ;
{ loads and in. other 2 : een aCe ¢! ce or a aioe — - ae or I ow ler’s next Blenman got good support from
t \ a MUL SCC all} tice ing taken o ghill and Barker, G@€livery, however, took Norville’s - ‘ c ‘ a wa,
gauges. The erages follow:— middle stump and one wicket wa G. Lovell who got 13 runs, The
BATTING down for one 1 E C:; ws Wes two batsmen made an eighth
Patsman i N.O. Total 1s Av. Robins« # ae oes woe vicket stand yielding 34 runs, and
= ; 4 5 263 137 678 bin. on, and piayed out the over pt a time when collapse of the
| ( j 2 141 130 47.00 J- A. Williams cume on from the police team seemed certain.
‘ ‘ i 2 184 10% 46 00 outhern end and the batsmen con- N > atsm:z ache
WATER-RESISTING € : 2 125 40 41 66 és a ee f No other Police batsman reached
SH ‘OTGUN CARTRIDGES | W ' 0 154 120" 48 9 oe The veg WI 2 a 1f¢°W double figures.
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; a 3 68 ed cf Pano , mh when Y.M.P.C. vs. COLLEGE
( 0 112 500 2 ‘ c y ave snicked a
, Factory Representatives: T, GEODES GRANT LTD. é r a delivery from K. Greenidge who ¥.M.P.C. 66 and (for 3 wkts) 20
. ‘ 0 87 43 had come on i lace of Edg! Harrison College 37
: ‘ ; me ni place of Edghiil, 19% .
Trinidad, Jamaica, British Guiana, Barbados mala : ' o i and was well taxen by the wicket Very low scores were recorded
. 40 y wic >
i 2 0 40 keeper McKenzie for 9. E. Grant !% the Harrison College—Y,.M.P.C,
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t a 0 61 oo Robinson add a single to the I ee toud yesterday. a
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ani LONDON 9 80 before attempting a » wicket was soft and at times the
- 7 6 80 tempting a hook off p
Seppiaeetpenistneercennititestanaipiinietiiaiecs panies? 0 ne 2% 40 2° A. Williams i was caught by ” il did “tricks. Twenty-three
al i i 43 225 Greenidge. He $s out for nou acwets fell for the day ae
1 54 2425 H. Barker joined Robinson and runs were scored. Y.M.P.C.
1 ef 7, these were together , at the tun- hi Soe euned. a Arey! innings
6 1 60° 60 cheon interval with the score at “2% ; ‘
5 r 0 87 2116 28 for 3, coe ; Y.M.P.C, was first to occupy the
m , t 1 30 20 40 wicket, R. Austin proved the
1G. Ste 8 0 65 2 i On the resumption wickets fel; OUtStanding player of the day. He
| BOWLING quickly includuig Robinson's wnu 'PScored for Y.M.P.C, with 32
fg. ° 3 m Ww Av. played doggediy throughout bur ous of a first innings total of 66.
> oe 79 38 at . 3 was unfortunately run out. No 4 other Y.M.P.C, batsman
| c Wa 70 16 15 10 13 Carlton lost tnree early wickets reached double figures. The best
sontta m5 6M Fe eter 1? sehebut MBoogles” Wil. OMINSRND wee, Qeteemn. Anse
anc ‘ke ‘ > ‘uns
| J. Wi 10 14 10 78 diams and N. &. Lucas took the eit r * Burke Pee Jt added 25 zune
af. Sim 19 14 1142 score safely pass Empire off Mr yy - Nee caught by Hope
‘ 6 11 11 81 “Booples” was sauReit ( 1t Mr, eadley.
< 13 17 ETE * Appia ete oo eee »y ; For College Si q n-
ae | i 1 SeraNelds’ of ‘Grant for 8° with thé - College M. Simmons, open
1K "7 13 RDP accre at a8 Taucs aaoet ing fast bowler, sent down nine
|W. G 24 19 IE ood * ducas and C. White overs and captured six wickets
Vv OM ay 18 ap PrAyes Os time taking the score for 14 runs, He bowled four
aoa ; ig 18 14 to 58, Lucas being 29 and White maidens, Mr. Headley and M
N. M 2 Grant and C. Beckles each took Worme took two each for 33 and
c. Smit 2 of the wickets for 23 and 14 eight respectively,
4 : respectively, College fared worse in their first
innings. They were bowled out
i LODGE vs. SPARTAN tor a meagre 37 runs, C, Blackman
E. Head raf * t a
myth petal topscored with 11 and a partner-
Hp aac es ; a ; At the end o: the tirst day's ship between himself and Worme,
| te ie mene fo tne “ederation Internationale de Natation Ama- play of their First Division Cricke: the best for the team, added 14
| teur, This means that this sporting body is the first of the local sport- match at Lodge School, Spartan runs, Worme, the only other
ing associations who n pete. two months ago to form a local Olympic ive got the Lodge boy y in i posi- batsman to reach double figures,
mmittee, to become affiliate, ite pare he f oe Me > Lod ys é $1 a :
sel ae ee e - eee ea ery body. | The tion from which they might jor: cored ten.
| Olympie Committee ean dca sminnas : sae fe fore the Barbados a two to one innings deteat nex _ Y-M.P.C, bowled only _ three
ComieMidke a0 taut asticee nee eee 'd to a Inte rational Olympic Saturday. Spartan, mainly througn bowlers They were R, Austin,
iue to be held in Hel inkl in 1952 epresented at the Olympic Games their bowlers F. D. Fhillips ana I. Buike and E, Branker, Branker
it hel r k 952, . sen y . prs ¢ i
ty. Sy Moe on : , L. F. Harris were able to dismiss “®&t down four overs and _ five
Mi im rwood Opne ae Secretary of the Barbados water Lodge for 70 and have put up 1 balls, He captured four wickets
olo a lation received the folloy * letter ae et ; 8 any i 3 il ass : es Abs :
n Wednesday;— 7 owing letter from FINA’s Secretary jn prisk time for the loss of fou ae d eee : ae s ene :
bial es It my pleasure to inform you, that the “FINA” Bureau in its yo Diswetoe 2s an i Greinlitnen of
MPM Mg pe nowy e seek eey ti in He 1 1 ; 9 ‘ ¥ y 5 s 48 “Ss a go00c i i :
MGS eK nectir eld in Helsinki, Finlay n August 25th, 1951, passed favour- beth on aie ie o phillips oe which were maidens, Burke sent
seo : os ial . a ony : vie r application for affiliation to our International Federa- “ pa 7 . ~ down six overs and claimed three
Feeling liverish? ‘Take a glass of ENO’S “ Fruit Salt’. The tion and classified your Association for Group “C” membership re- {UF Wickets for 16 runs during for 19.
wonderful effervescence of ENO’S freshens a dry, stale mouth 2 a ‘ as re ne ot 7 pot . for pennies dues. johns cane ae ae vais Y.M.P.C, in their second ven-
ciel , m1, sd . RS A Si sal erely hope th you will take an aetive interest in the eo eae see > ture are so far 20 3 2
banishing all trace of hangover. ENO’S is a gentle laxative and a iffairs of our International body and tMat you will ccmtinue to Deb who opened the bowling with Joss of three sithate.; te oe
mild antacid. It contains no Glauber’s Salt, no Epsofn Salts. | mote our sport in your district under our rules and xegulations: Phillips also captured four wickets, idge 6 and H, Ingram 1, are the
> 4% hs ‘ pa Our communications will be sent to you regularly.” his for 21 runs. n t ate or CO
cep your “ Fruit Salt” by you—and take it regularly. ‘That’s : ) ' a ro. not out. batsmen, Kor College
Keep 3 yy egularly. ‘I | @*ROUP ““ membersh 'p means that Barbados has been classified All the Lodge batsmen found Mr, Headley took the three wickets
the way to keep fit, day by day, all the year round. |, wider “Smaller Nation Group “A” is for Large Nations, Group. ‘ifficulty in negotiating the Spar- in six overs, two of which were
| “B" Small Nations, ete, Trinidad, Jamaica and Bermuda are also t4n attack on the wicket which maidens,
classified as Group “C” memt was slig / “avy. The —_—
9 a Pah Crt ers : mas S ghtly Reavy The only
I ¢ ’ 1¢ Barbados Water Polo Association must be con- batsman to enter double figures a é
SS vratulated for beir © prompt to fall in line w sn i was Brookes who usually helps his Jiek .
I n line with international : ] t ICKWIC Ss
, | requirernents, and when the time comes for an Olympic team to be “team in the role of fast bowler.
Cee 6 f e e j chosen to represent Barbados that they will receive every considera- He came in at a time when his W d :
e ES | tion, i ‘ team was 41 for the loss of seven An erers
Ir = | _ in the five years of their existence, they have never looked wickets and hit two fours anda ‘
Mex |! ick In 1949 they began exchanging yearly visits with Trinidad six, NO PLAY
f ‘ ' it lor tie nda ; " : >
Ni f cit dot) | om ithe in m rcolor 1 field and a pre sent two local teams (a ladies Brookes went on to be the hero
vas Pare oe 4 ers regs a ing a mens team) are in Trinidad trying conclusions with Trini- for Lodge by taking three of the Although there was brilliant
hike i ITE a; ests) SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED id teams, four wickets. S } unshine yesterday and the
‘ ‘4 for IRREGULAR ACTION, For any ve-year-old association to finance a tour, as the Bar- ot e By ESD RE NO URE ROB, Kensington Saraeh we firm
y] SICK HEADACHE, LIVERISHNESS, ' % water polo association is at present doing, paying passage Sars ues . ; there was n dla “in the
BILIOUSNESS, HEARTBURN, et rt iys for twenty players and accommodating them at an hotel fe wane dae an eee Pickw ick -Wandavers Fite Di
for ry ate riot ve deaths tis tee See oad x or the day with 46. e scored ae eee eee aaa
a N ; ul ’ a > 1952 ) cs would cer- ret P n Ene Scheduled to open at the Oval
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CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT

The Jester II, Embers and Best Wishes
By BOOKIE »



FEW weeks ago whenI wrote
about the Jamaican filly Embers
I did not have her pedigree before me
to consult. However since then the
Jamaican racing annual has come to
hand and I am able to trace not only
her breeding but her performance as
a two-year-old as well. Entitled “The
Racing Year in Jamaica” the book also
has in some useful information of the
performances of Foot Mark and Mark
Twain as three-year-olds and is altogether very interesting.



By Merry Mark out of Cinders, Embers is a half sister to Anti
Diem whom we saw racing here last year at the ripe age of 7 or 8.
f£mbers did well as a two-year-old but was beaten on several o€casions
by the filly All Smiles and her own stable mate Paris, and as a result
of this.I gather that she was rated as the third best two-year-old in
Jamaica in 1950. Incidentally Paris, who is now so badly off
form in Trinidad, was rated as second best and this, says the Jamaican
annual, is merely a matter of opinion because he left Jamaica before
he had a final test with All Smiles and on these grounds some might
even regard him as the best. This interests me a great deal for after
seeing Paris win one race in Trinidad last Christmas I was convinced
that he was a very good horse. I am therefore not alone in think-
ing so and we can imagine what a sorry state he must be in if ne
is now beaten by such a moderate one as Flame Flower over 7%
furlongs.

From what I can gather about Embers’ three-year-old career in
Jamaica she continued to play second fiddle for the first 3 months
to All Smiles, who took among other races the Jamaica Guineas of
a mile and distance in her stride. After that Embers then emerged
as the better stayer of the two by taking the Jamaica Oaks, in which
I believe All Smiles was absent, and then going on to beat the latter
soundly in the Derby.



From this we may expect that whatever happens before the
Trinidad Derby is run next December, the one certainty is that Embers
will be the best stayer in the race. This is easily deduced from the
fact that ‘both the Jamaican Oaks and Derby are races of a longer |
distance than we have either here or in Trinidad for any class. To i

be exact the Oaks is 1%4miles and the Derby the traditional 1% miles.

[The Trinidad Derby is only 1 mile and 130 yards.

Unfortunately for Embers being the best stayer on the list for
the Trinidad Derby does not necessarily make her the one with the
best chances. Indeed the very fact that the Derby will only be
a mile and 130 yards will make it a far more open event than if it
were over any other distance, I say this for the following reasons:
The Jester’s limit so far is 74 furlongs, Best Wishes’ 9 furlongs, Em-
bers’ 14 miles, Paris’ 6 furlongs. Bring them all together over the mile
and a distance of the Derby and, ergo, you have the race of the

century. : : ; ;
That I admit is an over simplified solution which causes one
to have many moments of pleasant thoughts contemplating the

different ways in which the race might be run with all resulting in
one final quadruple dead-heat on the post. But there is no doubt
that there is much left for the Trinidad Derby to prove.

First of all there is The Jester Il, who is still the favourite. By
Merry Mark out of All Gold, this gelding is, on breeding alone one
whose stamina potential is yet to be ascertained. Champion sire though
he may be, Merry Mark has not been out here long enough for it
to be said whether he is better at siring sprinters or stayers. In
tact it seems to me that so far it has depended largely on what
mares he has been mated with and in that way it might be said that
he has no definite propensity for producing offspring either in one
category or the other. This means that a lot must depend on The
Jester II’s dam. In this respect weshave the example of his half-
sister Rosemary and of her it can definitely be said that a mile and
a distance is the extent of her capabilities, Nor is this in very good
company,

As we also have the example of The Jester II racing over the
mile and 130 yards of the Derby course with the same Rosemary last
June and barely scraping home, it might be taken as cut and dried
that we will know what he is going to do. But it is not as simple as
that. For one thing The Jester II will be six months older when he
comes to run in the Derby, for another he will be carrying more weight
in the Derby than he did when he beat Rosemary by a short head.
We have therefore to find out if The Jester II has made the improve-
ment whfch some do when racing over distances in the latter months
uf their third year, or whether against better opposition with sor:
weight he might net prove to be just a good six furlong sprinter and
no more, There is no escaping from the fact that both Embers and
Best Wishes are much better than Rosemary,

Next will Embers have the speed to outfoot The Jester IL and
Best Wishes at any part of the race and particularly so at the
tinish? If we are to judge from her performances in Jamaica this
year it would seem that Aii Smiles, a filly whom I gather has a stride
much like Best Wishes, was too much for her over a distance almost
the same as the Trinidad Derby. It was only when it came to the
extra half mile in the Derby that Embers’ stamina enabled her to get
on terms with All Smiles who led for the first mile and a quarter.
As The Jester Il and Best Wishes have shown that they were, at two-
years-old, equally as good or better than Paris, who in turn was rated
similarly against All Smiles in Jamaica, it will also be seen that Embers
does not occupy the position of superiority which Foot Mark enjoyed
over his contemporaries when he came down to Trinidad for the Derby
last year. In effect the Trinidad Derby should be the race to decide
which is the best three-year-old creole in the whole of the B.W.I.

Thirdly, we have Best Wishes. Her performance in the Barbados
Guineas and her recent triumph in the Barbados Derby have given
definite proof that she is most formidable over anything between
7% and 9 furlongs. On breeding, too, her stamina potential is around
this distance if we are to judge by her brothers and sisters who num-
ber such as Toronto (raced in England), Genghis Khan, St. Moritz
and Bow Bells. In fact, Best Wishes’ Derby was very reminiscent of
Genghis Khan’s performance when he defeated Infusion amd Don
Arturo in the-B.T.C, Stakes of March 1948, In each case they led
their respective fields and in each there were two challenges, the last
coming when Holder had dropped his hands. In each case they found
something extra to pull out, although to all appearances they seemed
to be ready to collapse. That I call the indelible mark of stamina. As
Best Wishes obviously has more speed than Genghis Khan, it estab-
lishes her quality and it is to be expected that a mile and 130 yards
should be her pet distance.

Lastly, what shall we discover about Paris? The feeling continues
to sneak around me that this colt is going to turn up for the Derby
as fit as a fiddle. Then we might well be in for the surprise of our
lives. Nor must we reckon without Cross Roads who is now in a
similar position.

Come what may, the Derby of 1951 will be worth seeing.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951 .
From “shrinking violet” to world champion ? That's
the pregramme mapped for Britain’s Ray Wilding in
LODGE SC HOOL vs SPARTAN
DALY’S DREAM 0 0°"
Phillips

CROWDS of
hunters,
Runyon
unavailing

guarding the door. We just



Those cops thought otherwis«
“De Boss says stay out so

taking | 2 a misery, snarled
the Diggest of them as Nhe d hi
outsize companions pushed us ana
our shrill protests back

later the
was all smiles. A huskier
giant than himself had appeared
at the rear of the importunate
throng and our tumult died away
in wonder at its owner, all six feet
three inches of him elbowing his
way through with a polite but
firm, “Excuse me please,” in an
accent somewhere between those
of Lancashire and Lexington

Ten seconds
policeman

peppery



GEORGE WHITING

Boxing Reporter, meets
another British boxer,
whose name may one day

make world headlines.



letting
the

“How do you like that,
a limey through?” yipped
smallest of our sweat section

“Aw, shuddup. Don’t you know
who that big guy is?” admonished
his slightly larger companion.
“That limey is Ray Wilding and
he’ll rate a million bucks one year
from now. He's gonna be the next
world heavy-weight champeen, so
be your age, and shuddup.”

That corner-of-the-mouth fore-
cast could be right on target, ex-
cept that the blond, bristle-topped
giant is looking beyond a million
bucks. Call it pounds sterling and

you would be nearer the mark.
Three years ago when he was
19 Ray Wilding was pushing a

pen in a railway yard-master’s
office in Northwich, Cheshire. Six
pounds a week was his lot—none

too much for a fatherless ex-
Marine with a mother and kid
sisters Yvonne and Christine to

upport in an ancient
denied all mod cons.
His Pay: 15/-
The best his cromes would have
prophesied for the shy, hes:tant
Ray Wilding was a lifetime stroil
towards a State pension, impeded
by creeping paralysis in the am-
bition department
If anyone thought differently it
was Wilding himself and blonde
May Haspell a village lass who is
hortly being urged to accept an
engagement ring that will knock
Northwich into a heap of admir-

cottage

ation.

Life began for Ray when his
pal, Bob Roberts, asked him to
step along to a pocket gymna-

sium in Weaverham, Cheshire,
and try the feel of a pair of box-
ing-gloves on his ham hands.
Apparently they fitted: for a few
weeks later, in a patched-up
marquee, Wilding underwent this
first public test as a pugilist.
They paid him 15s
Those prentice punches in a
sawdust ring fired an ambition
that may make Wilding a box-
ing celebrity with a nest-egg fat
enough to withstand the ravages
of even the Inland Revenue.
The early part of the Wilding
saga is well enough known to
British boxing enthusiasts, Any
fight-minded youngster will tell
you how Wilding had his jaw
broken when sparring at £5 a
day with America’s Lee Savold
Scarborough, and how that
seemingly unhappy interlude led
to his “adoption” by Bill Daly
the New York fight manager.
‘Scary Kid
Now let Daly continue
story—as he told it to me
we talked in his summer
on the placid Atlantic shore at
Avon City, New Jersey.
“Wilding was just a big scary
kid outside the ring afraid of
the lights of London and shak-

the
when
home

us—reporters,
ticket speculators, and a hundred assorted Damon
characters—heaved
way against a row of irritated New York c

NEW YORK
Cameramen,

and pressed our puny

had to talk to Joey Maxim



RAY WILDING

ing in his shoes when he saw
the Statue of Liberty. But I cur-
ed all that shrinking violet ma-
larky

“After a few
bounced Ray
the 48 states
roughies and

weeks I had
around in 15 of
mixing with the
toughies meeting
folks, talking to them with con-
fidence and taking the yelling
and hollering of the American
fight game in his stride.

“He has licked all six of hi

opponents and handed out a
busted nose or two. Nothing both-
ers Ray now. He is still an Eng-
lish gentleman, but he can han-
dle situations and he’s going big
places

“Sure he gets homesick at times
Who wouldn’t? But he’ll be back

in England for a coupla fight
October. He’s ready right now
for any heavy weight in Europe

“One year
stepping in
and the
on the
untold
breaks.
ed five

from now he'll be
with America’s best
chips will be right there
table. Ray can stack up
wealth if he gets the
Dempsey and Louis gross-

million dollars apiece

With TV around, Wilding can
top both of them.
“You British ain’t had a world

heavyweight champion since Bob

Fitzsimmons fifty years ago, but
you got another one coming up
right on the line. Wilding’s got
more on the ball than Tommy
Farr or Bruce Woodcock ever
had.”

Grinning broadly, but without
confusion at this roseate recom-
mendation Wilding heaved his
144 stone of well-trained muscle
off a neighbouring chair and said
he sure would do his darnedest to
make the Daly dream come true
The American idiom slips smooth-
ly off the Wilding tongue these
days. So does the American way
of life

Wilding arrived in America
without a penny in his pocket
Now he shares with two Cana-
dians a five-roomed apartment at
the foot of a mountain in Clifton,
New Jersey. He pays £6 a week
rent, has half a dozen suits, helps
in the household chores and re-
joices in a second-hand Chevrolet
he bought for £12.

Four Eggs

Above ull he works at lis trade
as regrettably few English fight
ers have worked—with only two
weeks’ holiday since last October.
He pounds the mountain foothills
on roadwork six mornings a week,
he shifts four eggs for breakfast,
he makes life uncomfortable for

the champions and chumps with
whom he spars in two hours of
intense gymnasium work every
day. And he retires to bed three
times a day.

I love it and I hope it pays off

Now I’m in shape I feel I can
fight anything on two legs,” says
Wilding.

I have seen too many of these



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B b Harris 2¢
F er ¢ Bowen b Phillip
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Extras
Tot -
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R w
F. D. Phillips 10.5 4 16 4
I F. Harris a : 21 4
K Bowen 5 =
N. Harris 3 4
SPARTAN 1ST INNINGS
Atkins ¢ Hutehinson b Brookes ,
Griffith not out ’
Bowen ¢ Glasgow + Brookes 10
L. F. Barris ¢ Glasgow b Mr
MeComie 4
S. Chase ec wkpr. Mr. Wilkes
b Brookes >
F. L. Cosgier not ovt '
Extras 12
Total l1¢
Fall wickets: 1—10, 2—27 -62
4—10
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M R Ww
Brookes 4 42
Mr. McComie 9 1 25
Farmer 4 20
Wilkie ‘ 1 8
Giasgow 1
EMPIRE V. CARLTON
Empire—ist Imnings
©. M. Robinson run out 2
R. Norville b Edghill 0

E. Cave c (wkpr) b K. Greenidge 9
E. Grant c K. Greenidge b
J Williams 0

C. Alleyne c Edghill b Greenidge 5
S. Rudder c Edghill b Lucas 1
O. Fields c Warren b Greenidge 3
A. Symmonds b Lucas 0
C. Beckles b Lucas 2
H Barker run out . . 2
H A. King not out 0
8 bs.,1 nb . 4

Total a7

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO M R w

G Edghill ei0 0 8 1
y Williams 11 2 18 1
K. Greenidge 11 4 12
N. 8. Lueas 3 0 3

CARLTON

F. Hutchinson «
Beckles

E Marshall b Beckles

IST INNINGS

Symmonds b

R. Hutehinson c Cave b Grant 0
N. S. Laueas not out 29
C B Willian c Fields b Grant K
Cc White ne out 2
2 bs., 1 wd
Total ifor 4 wkt 68

Fall of wickets: 1—16, 2—17, ®—17, 4—48



BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R Ww
H Parker ‘ 4 0 1s 0
c Beckles 8 4 i4 2
E w Grant ll ; 23 2
s Rudder 1 0 2 0
oO Fields 3 2 1 0



Police Beat
Invincible

The two day Police Second XI
Invincible cricket match ended

on Thursday September 13 with
an innings and 43 runs victory
for Police, The match which
was played at Queen’s Park
started on September 6

On the first day of play Invin-

cible won the toss and batted and
scored 87 runs in their first in-
nings. The chief scorers were C.
Daniel 43 and A. Quintyne 17.

A good bowling spell by F.
Taylor who took four of the
wickets for 16 runs after bowling
seven overs and three balls —
was perhaps the maim reason
why the Invincible team was not

so invincible. Police in their
turn at the wicket replied with
187 runs F. Forde topscoring with

33, G. Cheltenham 25 and Skipper
E. Denny 20.

Best bowler for Invincible was
R. Inniss He took three wickets
for 37 «runs Invincible again
collapsed in their second innings
and were skittled out for 57 runs,
C. Griffith bagged four of the
wickets and conceded seven runs
in doing o. Skipper Denny



took three of the wickets for 22
runs
white hopes fade out Sut there

is just a chance that Wilding may
make the grade
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E. Gree t out $
1; Ib 1 12
Tot for 8 wkt |
Fall of wickets: 1—#, 2—17, 3—22, 4-22
23, @-—30, 750, 8—84
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M R wi
Frank King 4 3 2 +
Mr. I. Smith e 2 36 4
Grant is
COLLEGE vs. * MPC
Â¥MPC ist Innings
I Greenidge c wkpr Blackman
b_ Simmons 8
FE. Branker ¢ Hewitt. b Simmons i
O, Edghill ec Woarme, b Simmons >

D, Greenidee b M
B. Porter ¢

Headley
Tudor, b Simmon 4









I. Burke ¢ Hope, b M Headley
S. Geddard ¢ M Headley, b Simn-
mons 3 oO eip him! referee heip |
H,. Mayhew c M Headley, b Sin Do help hit f ,ou can
mor D jet the “Sugar Ray” Yankee
H. Ingram e Tudor, b Worme Break up the Englishmar
R. Austin c Sin ns, b Worme
3. Archer not ou > 1 Turpin came in smiling
Extras 4 | O: course he had high hopes
But when the tenth reund ended
Total 66 | He ed “God bless the rope
Fall Wickets: 1—8, 2-9, 3-18, 4 ibs t Sugar’ gave hi
19, 5-27, 6—-52, 7—@3, 8—63, 9-63. re than mother's '
BOWLING ANALYSIS lis face after the bat
; o. M k W d pass for purple silk
M. Simmons 9 + 4 66
F Tudor 1 0 4 0 ome Bajans who are different
Mr. Headley & i 38 2 Argued the other Way
c Reid 1 0 3 0 | Had Turpin rise to “Sugar
Worn « 1. oO 8 2 [He would be dead to-da
BOWLING ANALYSIS S >
Oo M R. W. | Joe said, P'm not a boxer
M. Simmons 5 1 8 0 But boys this is quite true
Mr. Headley 6 2 6 3 |] Robert has been my referee
M. Worme 1 1 0 0 | Whenever [ face Lou
Harrison Cellese — ist Innings .
FE. Hope c Greenidge b Il. Burke 0 ler punches you must feel them
M wren c wkpr. Goddard, b I 19 | Dd feel them pretty soor
Burke ‘ arte ‘or Lou lt oman
S. Hewitt ¢ 0. Edghill, b R. Austin 0 . Brrr Reig. nF ; yon
C. Blackman b R. Austin i" ms
Mr Headley c¢ Archer, b I. Burke @ . fast
a Wines Ce eatin ; Sometines the breakfa mit
H. Alleyne e¢ Greenidge, b E las Aa cnt ig hedly tou yap
ee d when it comes to dinne
L_ Medford e Greenidge b E ante eng os gee eee
Branker 0
F. Tudor stpd. wkpr. Goddard, b oods going up every morning
=. Branket 2 all the talk through town
G. Foster not out 2 » while the goods keep going t
C. Reid c¢ Archer, b Branker 0 | The dinner must boil dowr
Extras 6
ne thing true ‘bout the womer
Total a7 | You see it all about
~ The harder the food lessons
21, 4 | The more the girls spread out
37
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WwW Quite different from a ma

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Denis Compton forgot one of the since 1 was three

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Commonwealth side And cried my loving people

Fred Jakeman had twisted his! Let's dance a little more
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and Denis came out to act a And cried boys I’ n heave
runner With t double J & R

But Umpire Chester sent

blushing Compton back. He wast sponsored by

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Live Well In Germany
By BEVERLEY BAXTER t the
ae, ae impossible for anyone the varie enic eff t al-
to appr } } Gerr n f - Way « r & re rive or G
tier without miflict r I i
but for those of 1 ent Again we had perfect food
who have survived two worid al t I ‘ t
forced b) jermarny on mankit \ er side of the
the cmotional confli is intensi- ,; : aft
fled runt water in the rot
This giant country which wa ‘ as tt oo
welded into unit by the word I ll not mention the
and then orn under b he again, | I id like the G
sword N ti t fu nad a hundr 3
its char: c or elier to visit ra‘ d
devil yet another generation Germa They wou'd get th
a ours clk uf: t ise
Years gone by rise up again
BEHIND us on the road lay Interlude
Liége dnd Louvain, those Belgian S ss: ens” ec tlakaent
cities Whose names were burned 5 eee alioae abn ba = se
into our very souls 1914, Ahead CHORE: Saree -

o completely Aryan

of us las ld h ad

war more s

Germany. ravaged by

ivagely than any coun- je ager











try in history of her. 1 oe cae Gress
As we whited at the frontier in I asked her where £
post I thought of my itto Col- came from. : ;
ogne and Berlin in 1934, when “Sorry, I don’t speak -Ger-
Hitler's Night the Long Knives wey she said, “I’m — from
east its malignant shadow on the London on a Cook's Tour.
face o arth
"Anat Gouna of my visits after Along the eutobahn
the war to the Rhine when Cologne NOW for the long
was a heap of senseless rubble yyunich ale sabes el those er :
with all but one of its eigyt bridges |. , autobahns with hich
broken. the Nazis covered the Reict
THIS time two thin-faced be- There is no‘Mineg-in the ™
spectacled German officials with |. i theta hiahwava. I is tru
precise voices took down our par- 4/1" Hi tler buil ihe t ojgry es
ticulars. that Hitler built them or 1
swift transporting of armies but

No doubt they are admirable mow they are pathways of peice.
men, well meaning, and incor- You can travel safely at 70 o1
ruptible, but it was just this type 80 miles an hour until you weary

of officia) that questioned and pre- of it and coast quietly at 60.










pared the list of those who were THERE are American a
to go to the concentration cam} galore, quite a number of /Frencn
and the exter on ovens and British as well but hy
The crime of i Germany still «German contribution to the tra‘
challenge the human conscience. is lorries, ‘more lorries, and still
On this visit to Germany I did more lorries
not see one Wd That was a war On every hand one enses the
rat Hitl 1 ot lose
et tao _ tremendous resurgent movem
A menu we could not mateh in Western Germany
AFTER ¢fossing the border we They ask for no leisure, no
reached Aachen, where the houses ®Musements, no protective re *rie-
are jock-marked with bullet tions. “We work so that we -an
wound live,”’ said a German to me, “and
But there was an excellent hotel, W¢ live so that we can work
spotless and comfortable, like all War does not engross their

thoughts—not yet—for the Teuton





German hotels, and with a menu
that could not be even imitated in has always kept his emotions to a
victoriou sritain time-table. Their only passion
We entered into conversation now is to rebuild.
with a pleasant out-of-doors Names with a touch of shame
English captain who invited us to BUT even as we race along the
come to the horse show. “We're autobahn we cannot escape the
doing a spot of jumping against the impact of names that hurt like a
Germans,” he said touch on an _ exposed nerve
up Godesberg where Chamberlain
THE Eniishman remains the vet fant siitt in the desperate
poorest hater in the world That | ble ta nae “He was
healthy, bliile-eyed captain may bree oe ee Godesbera.” 1
mever have heard Tristan or read right 0 come to Gode soerg, say
the German politicians, “but he

Schopenhauer, but by Jupiter! he

should not have come to Munich.” |







was civilised. I was only sorry : 1a ; i . suet
that we could not remain and D chau ae Worn 9 ae
Watch the sanity of sport in this Shame that one wonders why it has
ruined setting not be changed to omething
else Berchte iden where
Hitler in his eagle’s tower planned

This city is growing again

NOW we are entering Cologne,
that gracious city which was
founded by“the Romans as a pro-
tection against the Teuton hordes A

Since 1946 there has been a Her-
culean effort to rebuild,

hi infamies
Interlude

refreshment pull-up on the
autobahn, The proprietor is a
young ex-officer in the Panzers.

AMERICAN COLUMN:



SUNDAY



t tip was made by the the “I visited America and Canada

uries, but was destroyed by 1¢ last year,” he told us, “but op- 4 z
1,000-bomber raids of the R.A F portunities are better here!” oi fs

it had to be, for it is at the all This place is open all day and rat S OCS eS
important junction of the Rhine night. “I serve meals at any

but you cannot restore the work of

hour to the lorry drivers, now
the ages by heaping bricks upon I shall build a motel for motor- NEW YORK.
rubble, ists, like in America, I shall British Ambassador Sir Oliver
Thirty, forty years from now then build another and an- Franks is going to Nevada, land
Cologne ‘will be a modern char- other.” of om divorce and legal
acterless city with blocks of flats = caine gambling
and neon lights and super-cinemas, You see, he LOST the war For two day this week-end,





but now it is like a mangled corpse THAT night we slept in dimly while he rest in a millionaire
with plastic surgeons working On jit )unich in an hotel which has mansion on the shores of besuti
ne fa0Ge . : ; j Misen on its own ruin Munich ful Lake Tahoe, he will be in
the magic vailev of the Rhine does not find any resentment Hayworth,
against are victors---or even We Gav hearteeank Sinate s

’ is easy to understand how the against itler ms ; a
Rhine has sth ere tas German There is localised hatred of in- 7” 1 ee sh ay? ane Re
character Wagner found in its dividual Nazis, but to the German ai Im ps¢ o Carson City ¢ AN i
vast mystery the inspiration for mind the crime of Hitler was that Gardner, who will bi sinatra
“The King” which was to raise he lost the war bride once the crooner gets h

grand opera to its loftiest peak To these people there are only Nevada divorce

Hitler brooded on its banks and three nations in the world that Miss Gardner was run in for
{reamed the conquest of the world, matter now—America, Russia, and speeding to-day
On the tops of the hills there are Germany. They believe that the : : te
the ruins of the ancient castles fate of the rest of us will be Sir Oliver probably will break a
from which the marauder barons determined by these three; and a few speed limits himself No
swooped upon passing vessels the Germans work and_rebuilk worry He will ride in police ca
For nearly 1,000 miles the great they think that theirs may be th led by motor-ceycl with rer
deciding voice L.



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kind that greet any designer with

mething rew to say.

Of cours it breath-taker
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t ack taffe'a—laye- upon layer—
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it the shoulders, narrower still
t the colla’, with a single white
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Graham Green At the Cinema:
Examines The
Endofan Affair

REVIEWED BY
REDFERN SUNSET BOULEVARD playing
GRAHAM GREENE moves from ° the Plaza is an unusual picture
Mexico and West Africa to ‘ith an unusua) theme. Narrated
the Queen Anne houses of a y 4 corpse, it has an atmosphere
London common in his new story that is forbidding and at the same
THE END OF THE AFFAIR time fascinating, with elements of
(Heinemann, 10s. 6d.). But he has the bizarre, the sinister and the
shifted his ground pathetic. It is a moving and biting
revelation of what can happen to
a woman whose self-passion be-
comes a mania,

&.

JOHN

The postal address has changed.
The spiritual scene is the same: a
kind of desert of the soul, where
the travellers have as their com-
panions what the Penny Catechism
calls “The Four Last Things.”
Namely, Death, Judgment, Heaven
and Hell.

Graham Greene addicts will
recall that it was on this terrify-
ing terrain that Scobie, the police

The narrator is Joe Gillis, and
the picture opens with his corpse
floating in a swimming pool. In
a series of flash-backs, we learn
that Gillis was a cub reporter who,
as the result of a flat tyre, finds
himself in the mansion of Norma
Desmond, an ageing screen star

chief, chose sx ~ re oe 2

sacrilege i ae on of the silent days. Miss Desmond

Matter.” wisi 1 still sees herself as she was
And here the whisky priest of twenty-five years ago, and this

illusion is loyally and pathetically

“The Power and the Glory”
knowingly entered a death-trap nurtured by Max, her German
because he could not deny his butler, who was also her first

husband, and who stands guard
against any threat which reality
might bring. When she discovers
that Gillis is a writer, nd not the
undertaker come to bury here dead
chimpanzee, as she thought, she
proposes that he stay with her and
edit a play she has written with
herself in the leading role. It is
obvious to the audience and to
Gillis that there is no future for
Miss Desmond and her dreams of
a triumphant return get no further
than an interview with Cecil B.
de Mille, played by himself. Gillis,
however, decides to stay with the
star and work on her play and as
time goes by, she falls madly in
love with him. In the meantime,
he has become attracted to’a young
reader at Paramount. Realizing
that he ean stand no more of the
existence lavished on him by Miss

priesthood’s claims.

The most attractive character
in this new story—and the only
ene in sharp focus—is Parkis, an
inquiry agent.

He wears an outsize in discre-
tion and keeps his accounts of
double dealing and lost faith in
a little notebook. He is ordinary
and cheap; refreshingly vulgar,
like a pin-table discovered in the
Greene desert.

* is

MAURICE BENDRIX, a novelist
(who tells the story), has a
passionate affair with Sarah, the
wife of Henry, a civil servant.

A V1 explosion traps him under
a door and Sarah, hysterical,
promises God — although she
thinks she is an unbeliever—that
she will give him up if he lives



She keeps her promise, but has
other affairs. Her husband is
half-minded to have her watched,
then hesitates. It is Maurice
Bendrix, his love nicely curdled
into hate, who unleashes the
gentle, seedy retriever Parkis.

Parkis sniffs away, using his
schoolboy son as an_ innocent
decoy. He is an_ indifferent
eperator, but he brings in Sarah’s
diary.

It is merely a Possible Exhibit
tc him. But it is utterly moving,
with its ery for “ordinary cor-
rupt human love.” And it ex-
plains to Maurice Sarah’s vow,
her withdrawal.




HE tries to get her back, and
through the sleet she is trailed
by him, a more dangerous hound
than Parkis. A hound whipped
on by love—and hate.

He corners her in a church, In
the dark, before the flicker of
light at the altar, he pleads. No,

no, she won't escape again. “TI
haven’t got the strength. Please,
Maurice, have a bit of mercy.”

Afterwards she writes to him:
“One day I shall meet you on
the common, and then I won't
care a damn about God or any-
thing else. But what's the good?
I believe there’s a God. I believe
the whole bag of tricks. I have
caught belief like a disease.”

Then she dies, and, terribly,
Maurice lies—to stop the church
burial she was entitled to. For
she had seen a priest, and there
is a formula called “Baptism of
desire.”

The tender-cruel wooing in the
church is the apex of Graham
Greene’s brilliant yet wan story.
A story told without exuberance}
colour, detail, the usual furniture

of a Greene novel; as though
everything has been stripped
down to make room for the
crowding creations of Original

Sin, the real villain.

There is a lot more yet, with
hints that Sarah in her last
frantic days converted an atheist
and brought a cure to Parkis’s

son. A far-fetched finale.
NEVERTHELESS, Graham

Greene makes me accept Sarah’s
change of heart. By sheer force
ot writing; not on the facts. But
there! J am not the gentle
Parkis, totting up the evidence.
Greene hardly projects any
picture for the mind’s eye in this
soul-heavy story. He works at
the core; behind faces and clothes,
—L.E.S.

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Desmond, he tells her he is leaving
and she, insane with jealousy,
shoots him as he walks across her
patio. The finale is Miss Desmond
playing her last scene for the
newsreel cameras with police and
reporters for her audience.

Miss Swanson is brilliant
Norma Desmond and her silent
film technique is in sharp contrast
to the naturalistic acting of Wil-
liam Holden as the unwilling
house-guest and _ lover. Miss
Swanson has not spared herself or
her appearance and her character-
ization of the former star, living
in her past glories and imperiously
demanding homage from all, is a

as

magnificent achievement. Gillis,
as phayed by William Holden
emerges as a thoroughly dis-
iflusioned young writer — not al-

together unattractive, but lacking
moral stamina. It is a very diffi-
cult role and Mr. Holden has
handleq it with great skill, Erich
von Stroheim is outstanding as the
devoted servant, and the scene in
which he plays an old organ, with
a pair of white cotton gloves on,
is farftastic as well as sinister.
Buster Keaton, Hedda Hopper,
H. B. Warner, Anna Q, Nilsson and
others appear in real-life roles.
Direction, photography, sets and
music are all excellent.

SUNSET BOULEVARD is a film
for discriminating audiences and
for people who like entertainment
which is original and different.

“THE FROGMEN”

Few people realize that there
is a little known branch of the
armed forces whose activities have,
up to now, been kept secret, but
which has played and is playing
an almost unbelievable part in the
drama of war, These are the men
who comprise the Underwater
Demolition Teams and their story
is told in the film THE FROGMEN
now playing at the Globe.

strange and intensely
and exciting film
incredible courage

It is a
interesting
showing the

and precision teamwork that are |
their |

required by the men in t
hazardous underwater missions.
Equipped with rubber suits, water
goggles and foot fins, it is their
job to clear invasion waters for
navigation and landings, and
episodes show them doing recon-
naissance in heavily mined waters,
surrounding enemy islands, The
climax of the film is the destruc-
tion of a Japanese submarine pen,
during which operation
opposition is encountered when

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Japanese divers arrive on
the scene and an underwate:
battle ensues. A great deal of the
film is taken underwater and the

photography is superb. As a
matter of interest, these scenes
were filmed off the American

Virgin Island of St, Thomas,

The film has a_ simple plot
which in no way impairs the
swiftly moving action and, as

should be in a film of this kind,
there are no romantic diversions.

Richard Widmark heads a first-
rate cast, as the unpopular com-
mander of a U.D.T., who succeeds
an easy-going and heroic officer.
His discipline is resenjed by his
men, who are also doubtful of his
pravery. However, his removal of
the exploder mechanism from an
unexploded torpedo changes their
opinion. Incidentally, this particu-
lar scene is one of the most tense
and exciting in the film. Dana
Andrews, who plays Flanagan,
the cause of most of Mr. Widmark’s
headaches and Gary Marrill as
skipper of the destroyer on which
the Frogmen are stationed, both
give effective performances and
the supporting cast are equally
good.

The dialogue,
minimum is
musical
sparingly,
shots
Technically,

“EMERGE

which is at a
trenchant and the
background is used
with the underwater
complete _ silence.
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Sunday, September 16, 1951

Wehbe

THE controversy which has been going
on for to those dairies
the boundaries of the
City of Bridgetown continues. Regulations
made by the General Board of Health pro-
vided that dairies could only function it
they and that no licences
would be granted to any dairies in the City
area.

years in relation

which are within

were licensed

of the Commissioners of
Health of St. Michael appear

The majority
to be opposed
to those provisions of the Regulations and
accordingly no legal proceedings have been
instituted against the owners of dairies still
functioning within the City. The Commis-
sioners of Health have been advised that
while they are empowered to prosecute
they are not bound to do so and indeed
anyone can prosecute although any fines
which may be imposed would be paid over
to the Commissioners of Health of St.
Michael.

The position is one in which so many
conflicting principles are present so that
many persons appear unable to sort them
out and deal with the most important. The
matter which*mainly perturbed the Com-
missioners during the week was the fact
that it might be suggested that by their
failure to take action they were acquiescing
in a breach of the law. This is certainly an
aspect of the situation which requires care-
ful consideration. Laws should not be made
which are either unenforceable or which it
is not intended to enforce,

On the other hand, in recent years so
many of the established principles on which
legislation in years past was based have
been ignored that it is difficult for legisla-
tors to know what shall be the measuring
stick by which they should test and ex-
amine legislation, In former years the
aim was for legislation to interfere as
little as possible with the individual and
with the rights which he had acquired.
Today the demands of public health and
new concepts of the function of the State
in relation to the members of the state has
occasioned ever increasing interference
with the individual by means of legislation,
Today a man’s land may be compulsorily
acquired, the rights which he has had for
centuries in his land may be confiscated
and actions which he has been doing for
years may be rendered illegal overnight.

Much of this interference may be justi-
fied by the conditions of modern life but
those to whom the task of legislation is en-
trusted should still scrutinise most carefully
any proposed legislation which interferes
with private rights and should do all in
their power to lessen the hardship which
such interference usually occasions,

Such, however, are apparently not the
principles which actuate the members of
the General Board of Health. Their duties
are primarily to safeguard the health of the
people of this island. Towards this end they
made the Dairy Regulations. Under these
Regulations as many people as are so dis-
posed may keep as many cows as they
please so long as the milk they obtain from
the cows is not sold. They can give away all
the milk but they cannot sell it.

The inconsistency apparent in such Regu-
lations brought forth the suggestion that
the licensing system should be adopted.
Years ago the same problem arose in re-
spect of the keeping of pigs within the
City and it was provided that no pigs
could be kept unless the owner obtained a
license to do so. Obviously the license
would not be granted unless the owner
had the space and facilities for doing so in
a sanitary manner.

Is it impossible for the General Board of
Health to realise that a mistake has been
made and that there is a better and more
efficient way of dealing with the matter?
Will it be argued that the law cannot be
changed for one man? Surely the more
people that can be exempted from the pro-
visions of onerous legislation the better and
how much more in keeping with those
principles which have actuated legislators
in years past.

The disagreement between the General
Board of Health and the Commissioners of
Health of St. Michael is most unseemly.
The Board has strict legality on its side, the
Commissioners have justice and common-
sense on theirs. The best solution would be
to effect a compromise such as outlined
above by which no cows could be kept in
the City area unless the necessary sanitary
prerequisites were first complied with. In
such a way the health of the people and
the quality of their milk would be protected
without effectin:
injustice.

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SUNDAY

ADVOCATE



ADVOGATE SOUTH AFRICA

THE stevedores of Barbados seem in-
tent on making living conditions in this
island even more difficult Not content
with raising’ the cost of living t their
perpetual go-slow policy they have now
conceived the crackbrained noticn ‘that
by refusing to unload South African ships

they can force that Dominion to its knees
and make them change their racial policy.
Now this newspaper detests the racial
policy of the Union of South Africa and
has said so time and again; but before the
waterfront workers commit themselves
to any hasty and ineffectual plan we feel
it our duty to counsel them to think the
matter over carefully. No good comes of
cutting off one’s nose to spite one’s face.

Since Dr. Malan came into power in
South Africa Barbadians have watched
with growing concern the deterioration in
the treatment meted out to negroes in that
country. The murder of Milton King, a
Barbadian seaman, was all that was need-
ed to this
colony.

The protest of the House of Assembly
to the Secretary of State was, to face facts,
all that this little island could do to ex-
press. its disapproval. Unfortunately the
matter was not left there. Chiefly for its
own purposes, that is to keep itself in the
public’s eye, the Progressive League organ-
ised a ludicrous march through the City
one Saturday afternoon in protest of South
Africa’s treatment of negroes. Now, as a
further protest, the dockworkers have
threatened to. stop unloading cargoes from
South Africa.

raise a storm of protest in

Unfortunately, while the protest march
could do no harm to anyone, to cease un-
loading South African cargoes, far from
affecting the Union, would mean a further
increase in the cost of living in Barbados,
since foodstuffs from that country are re-
latively cheap.

Further, statistics show that from Jan-
uary to April South Africa exported
£167,719 worth of goods to the British
West Indies and imported goods to the
value of £126,746. It seems logical to con-
clude that if the West Indies refuse to
take goods from South Africa that coun-
try will in turn stop importing goods from
this area.

Before the dockworkers take any hasty
action they should realise that to refuse
to unload South African goods will do the
negroes in that country no good, and will
do the people of this area a great deal of
harm. It is to be hoped that reason will
prevail,

W.1. MOVE UP

THE visit of a West Indian delegation
comprised of members of the Regional
Economic Committee and Sir John Saint
to London this month is an event which
presages well for the future of
colonies.

The occasion of the visit is the meeting
of the Commonwealth Ministers to con-
sider methods of supply and production,
For the first time in their history the West
Indian colonies will be heard in high level



these

discussions which must affect their eco-

nomic condition.

For many years it Was lamented by the
West Indies that on these occasions when
mattens affecting the economic interests
of these colonies were being discussed, the
West Indian point of view was always put
by officials appointed by the Secretary of
State. It was claimed that the Colonial
Office was in possession of all the relevant
data concerning West Indian trade and
commerce but the strongest objection to
this method was that it was not even
made possible for representatives with
the necessary knowledge to be present to
act as advisers,

One of the most historic occasions when
West Indians were shut out from import-
ant discussions was the revival of the
\Canada-West Indies Trade Agreement
which had done so much for trade be-
tween the two areas. On that occasion
the West Indies were represented by a
Colonial Office official despite the protest
to the then Secretary of State and the fact
that there were men in these colonies
capable and willing to put the case far the
area, ‘

The founding of the Regional Economic
Committee was hailed in the West Indies
as an event of major importance. Its work
during the short period of existence has
been extremely beneficial to the entire
West Indies. But in the examination of
the facts pertaining to the less material
welfare of the area it will be seen that the
existence of the Committee has given a
verve and impetus to the desire for unani-
mity in handling the problems of the area,

The West Indies are far from the stage
of political development when they can
be regarded as having dominion status but
in the opinion of the British Government
it would be desirable for representatives
of the West Indies to be present at the
meeting of Commonwealth Ministers dis-
cussing the problems of supply and pro
duction.

It is evidence of the fact that the British
Government realises that the West Indies
are growing up and have aright to be
heard when questions affecting their wel-
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Of all branches of aviation, tt
development of the helicopter h
been the slowest. At the present
time when we are coming wit
sight of inter-city helicopter ser-
vices (I discount the present ex-
perimental operations), we are in-
clined to look on the helicopter as
something new. and to forget that
it is practically as old as flying it-

self. It was in 1907 that the Louis
3reguet helicopter made its first
jight Two years later, Igor

Sikorsky, who gave his name to
what is today the most widely used
helicopter, began experimenting
with this type of aircraft.

Development of the fixed-wing
ieroplane has twice received the
stimulus of war needs, while until
recently the helicopter has been
thought of little value as a fight-
ing aircraft. That, I think, is the
answer to the question “Why has
the helicopter taken so long?

Only now is the helicopter be-
ginning to be appreciated as an
aireraft with possible wartime
uses, while with the exception of
British European Airways none of
the big commercial airlines ap-
pears to be greatly interested

So the helicopter has been left
to evolve very slowly, ignored by
most of the great aeroplane-
building firms of both Europe and
America.

For many years, various imag-
inative schemes——or should one say
dreams!—have been put forward.
In these we have seen helicopters
twirling into the air from city
rooftops, and aerial taxi services
“Jumping” all the traflic-congested
streets below. Truly it is a fas\in-
ating thought that one day we may
be able ‘to fly straight from the
centre of London to the middle of
Manchester or Birmingham, avoid-
ing all the road journeys to and
from the airports, which at pres-
ent detract greatly from the ad-
vantages of short-distance air
travel,



Such dreams are beginping to
materialise, but it will be several
years yet before the city-centre to
city-centre helicopter services are
in operation. British European
Airways will not budge from its
determination to have nothing to
do with over-city flying until a
reliable, well tried, two-engined
helicopter is. available. This is
sound policy: a failure resulting in
a crash in crowded streets would
do more than anything to retard
helicopter progress,

For several years this airline has
been preparing for the time when
a network of helicopter routes will
link the big cities of Britain, Its
experimental helicopter unit,
under Wing-Commander R, A, C

trie, has done a great amount of
work, first with the East Anglian
mail service, then the Cardiff-
Liverpool passenger service (the
world's first scheduled passenger
operation with helicopters) last
year, and now the London-Birm-
ingham flights. Deliberately, B.E.A
has lost money in order to gain
experience: the little Sikorsky S.
51's cannot pay except at fares
which would attract no customers
but they are giving B.E.A. valu-
able experience,

At Birmingham, a “rotor-sta-
tion” has been set up im the sub-
urbs but, at the London end,
Northolt and London airports are
being used as the helicopter téer-
minals. Thus, so long as the bus
journey to Northolt or Heathrow
remains necessary, it is quicker
from the passenger: ’ point of view
to fly in an ordinary aeroplane to
Birmingham airport. But in little
mere than the time it takes to get
to the airport a helicopter could
take off from, say, the Strand, and







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be furnished with great luxury.
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A Useful Purpose

I'o The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I read with interest you

leader in this morning’s papet
dealing with the Comptroller

Customs enforcing the law rela-
ive to the removal of goods fror
the warehouses within ten

As one who has had years 0

experience Tam of the opinio:
that under the present conditions
the action of the Comptroller
serving a very useful purpose for
the following reasons.

(1) It is causing a certain clas
of Importers who in the
past used the steamer’s
warehouse as a store room
for his goods to the detri-
ment of other Importers by
creating a block to remove
his goods promptly.

(2) There is another class of
Importer who is often un-
able, due in some cases to
excessive buying to pay his
drafts when presented by
the Bank as a_ result of
which he cannot get hi

days





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duty pay his goods, as
result he in the past used



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block

I am of the opinion that there
is a great need of more super-
vision of the warehouse porters to
see that they get a move on and
deliver the goods promptly.

It appears to me that the ex-
tension of the time limit of 10
days to 15 or 20 days under pres-
ent conditions would make the
situation worse, as owing to the
shortage of warehouse accommo-
dation before the first lot of goods
would be delivered, cargo from
the next ship would arrive and
have to be stored causing more
congestion.

Now Mr. Editor, the solution: to
this problem is the construction of
a deep water Harbour, Steamship

Agents cannot be expected to
spend large sums of money in
extending their warehouses until
they know what is going to be
the decision of the Government
regarding a deep water harbour
Thanking you for space,

Yours faithfully,

PROGRESS

Scouts Say Thanks

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—On behalf of
Point Fortin Sea Scouts
which 1 y had the pleasur
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thank you and other members of |

your staff, fer your keen interes
devoted to us during our stay or
your beautiful Island.

The support and publicity given

us through your Newspaper was |

most encouraging and gratifying

and for this we are de y R=
= deeply grate

I should also like to thank the |

Public for the welcome extended
us, and especially to the many
friends in and around Bridgetown
who did all in their power to
make our stay enjoyable.

The programme arranged
abled us to see many of the Beauty

Spots of the Island, Among
places of interest we can’t help |
mentioning are your “Animal

Flower Cave”
loveliest
seen
Hill

The’ boat

which is one of the
scenes we have so far
Another is the Lion at Gun

rides we
Camp fires we held,
friends and Brother
met will indelibly
memories
Yours Sincerely
JOSEPH A. B. JAHAM,
on behalf 2nd P.F.S.S.G
o Electrical Department,
U.B.O.T. Limited,
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Trinidad, B.W.1
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE



SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951





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B.B.C. Radio Notes: \! Oo —
B.B.C. RADI CHURCH SERVICES =
st. Vi >ROGRAMMES 7
Poets Of St. V inecént I I OG t MM S ANGLICAN week will be training for Youths. Con
va ST. LBONARD’S—Sunda Septem be acted by Rev. L. Bruce-Clarke assisted oO s
. . . ws . SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1% 16th 195 Trinity XVII t ‘ al by 8 lige OV e anc S. Cadoga
Discussion in “Caribbean a Se mean Th SS “Mane a a secre ay re. ee eee, ee >
Voices” Educating Archie, 13 The Addré Ma Mat d Addre BRIDGETOWN : 11 a.m. Holiness
Demaeee tm thm a ~nday News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis k Sunday School. 7 5 Evensong Meeting Company Meeting. 7
ag ae ri —- eee 4008.45 p.m. 19.76M and Sermon p.m, Salvation Meeting. PREACHER : u ’
ev meg programme “‘Caribpea -_-- —_— —eeeeaee —_- - Major Smith
Voices’ will have noticed that the ‘p.m ere 10 p.m atetiude, WELLING TON STREET: li am
: = 7 tee , 415 pm us’ Magazine 3» p.m ME Ss Holiness Meet 3 m. Com tee
\ittle island of St. Vincent has $15, P-â„¢. Muse Magazine. 4.9) Dom os ermETHODIT cae, lms Mesting, 3 pm ca! Sore throats, Bronchitis
more than its expected share of the Week, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, Thomas. 7 p.m. Rev. B. Crosbs PREACHER : Sr. Major Gibbs. ai
contributors and a few months p.n ereom a dezvous - es PAYNES BAY—9.30 a.m. Mrs. Morris CARLTON : 11 a.m snatinate wane
it was nted out meee os Se Pe rogra: 7 p.m. Rev. J. Boulton 3 p.m. Company Meeting. 7 p.m P -
ago it was pointed out in one Of poraac “ i WHITEHALL—9.30 a.m. Rev. M.A. E, vation Meeting. PREACHER: Captain
these programmes that there waS 7.00—10.45 p.m. 25.53M 31.32M Thomas, Holy Communion. 7 p.m. Mr. Bourne a >
a definitely recognizable school of -- tga. Whee Sines, 7.10. mm News =O: Harper CHECKER HALL: 11 am. Holiness - --
ra 4 ai ? r 1e s, 7 ’ > puna f y Lb
poetry flourishing there, the prin- ,..:vsis, 7.15 p.m. Caribbean Voices, on p> hy py ~» a.m. Mr. V. Meeting. 3 p.m. Com) Jousting.
S 1 ~ © ~ McCullough. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting
cipal exponents. being E. McG. 745 p.m. Christian Thinking To-day, }OLETOWN—8.30 a.m. Rev. J. Lieutenant Cox
Keane, Owen Campbell and Dan- 8 = een 7h an eee Boulton, Reception Service, 7 p.m. Mr. SPEIG! 1 «a.m. Holiness
j illi > 3 unda Service, 5 .
iel Williams. The work of these 5"f5")mn. From the Editorials, 9 p.m De as a ee es tat ae ee 3 pm. ;
three was brought to the atten- ‘the Story of the Society for the Propa- Grimth, 7 p ares P entree

turer in English at the University
College of the West Indies. He ee
has written a critical apprec- _ CBC. PROGRAMME

ciation of their work and listen- SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951

Time, 10.30 p.m. London Forum

Sunday next, 16th inst. This will 11.72 Mes 25. 60M.

4
ae s _ BOSTON
t be the second half of the pro. WRUL 11,29 Mc WRUW 11.75 Mc 4 .>AUREETEGM aan, i
gramme ‘Caribbean Voices’ the wrux 17.75Mc
first being a short story by V. B. : 7 p.m, Mr. C. Brathwaite Hewitt
‘ain: . aa.’ Broade MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 151 Se a were
Naipaul of veo oe 11.18 a.m, Programme Parade, 11.95 qugo'y om ge hE Gllbes, GRACE
pens, at ‘the reguiar Ume OF 4.m. Listeners’ Choice, 11:98 pe cane (ZPROVIDMNCe—3i an, Mr. %. Rvemer
7.15 p.m. Let ara ie ggg ee Browne. 7 p.m. Supply Weekes
Everest Expedition 1951 1,006.45 p.m. - SIF @ Sara aN naan o> eee
As some of our readers will 47) m. The News. 4.10 pun. Interlude Retiring collections will be taken at ning Service,
: rr ne i i .

know there is to be another at- 4.15 p.m. From the Promenade Conce'
5 p.m. Composers of the Week, 5.15

tempt to climb Mount Everest Dh he Storyteller [oD
this year. The leader will be Eric jycrgerie Few, 6 p.m. Voice of

Shipton, a veteran of three of the Violin, 6.15 p.m. From the Third p.m
previous six attempts by British Programme, 6.45 p.m Programme

Parede, 6.55 p.m. To-day'’s Sport

mountaineers. Before he left Lon- 5 9-10.45. p.m. 25.58M 81.

don he recorded a discussion with ———

We ar 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
the Head of the BBC's Far I sis, 7.15 p.m. Flint of the Flying

Eastern Service, John Morris,
who was a member of the 1922

7.45
nstructors, 8 p.m. R





10.05 p.m.—10.20 p.m News. py
ers will be able to hear it on 49.20 p.m.—10.35 p.m. It's on the Mz

p.m Society of British
adio

J. E. Haynes

p.m. Rev. M. A. E. Thomas

rts, Methodist Relief Fund.

the:

sem Minister in charge, also during the New

* Ss in Bishop
tion of Mr. R. B. Le Page, Lec- gation of the Gospel, 10 p.m. The News, “spriGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Rev. R * oe

10.10 p.m. Interlude, 10.15 p.m. Star nicCullough. 7 p.m. Mr. L. B. Waithe. tre

SELAH—l1 a.m. Mr. Grant. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. . Liteu-
P.M tenant. Etienne.

BETHESDA—9.30 a.m. Rev. R. Me- DIAMOND CORNER: 11 a.m Holl-
Cullough, Holy Communion 7 p.m. nesa Meeting. 3 pam. Company eran:
: 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting CHER:
agi BETHEL—11 a.m. Rev. B. Crosby, 7 Captain Moore.

MORAVIAN

DALKEITH—11 am. Mr, G. MecAllis- ROEBUCK STREET; 11 a.m. Morning
Scrviee, Preacher: Rev. E. E. New 7 p.m.
BELMONT—11 a.m, Mr. G. Brewster. Evening Service; Preacher: Mr. E. C

vice, Preacher: Mr. W. Swire; 7 p.m
Service: Preacher;' Mr. 8.
11 a.m. Morning Service,
Cc

Preacher: Mr, O. Weekes.
all services on behalf of the Jamaica MONTGOMERY: 7 p.m. Evening Ser-
vice, Preacher Mr. U. Reid

BAPTIST SHOP HILL:
ma The St. James National Baptist—7 Preacher
Evensong and Sermon, Song DUNSCOMBE:
service led by Rev. L. Bruce-Ciarke vice, Preacher: Mr. F. G Downes; 7 p.m.
Preacher Rev. J. B. Grant L. Th.. Evening Service, Preacher: Rev . E. E

7 p.m. Evening Service
W. 8. Arthur,

11 a.m. Hoiiness Meet-
. 7 pam.

It does you good in two
ways — you rub it on

11 am. Morning Ser-

Greene; 7 p.m. Eve-

11 a.m. Morning Ser-





ex i le reel, 815 p.m. Commonwe
and ' 1896~ expeditions, This bs Commentary, 8.30 p.m, Practice Ma
¢orded discussion will be broad~ perfect, 8.45 p.m. Interlude, 8.55 p.m

east by the BBC in the coming rrom the Editorials, 9 p.m. From

week and in it Eric Shipton will Premenade Concerts, 10 p.m. The News,

the

‘ h eae 10.10 p.m. Interlude, 10.15 p.m. John (From Our Own Correspondent) -
describe the course the expedi~ pujiis Band, 10.45 p.m. Science Review.
tion will take and the problems it e@BC. PROGRAMME
. ; sie .
is likely. to meet. The ascent, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 Increase in the Staff. of the

10.05 p.m.—10.20 p.m. News

expected “to start about the 20th 49 9 “to 35
September is the first attempt to 11.72 Mcs 25.60 M
climb Everest from the south-
west and the first to be tried in
winter, ‘The broadcast will be
at 7.15 p.m. on Friday, 21st inst.
but only on the beams of the



Footslogger

for the half-hour between 7.15 Harry Truman. He is famous
and 7.45 p.m., carry the West Wearing out White House
Indies programme “West Indian respondents who go with

Wavelength Changes
Listeners should note that as long groan.
from Sunday, 9th inst. yere

has been a change in the Seams ‘st nee

to this area. After the West al Festival of Music and Drama
‘ “a 2 Mus ama. worked o i motor car cavaleade which includ-
Indies halfhour—7.15 to 7.45 p.m. For three weeks ‘the Athens of the the Sen came ones pon Rag ed a car fitted with loudasealter,

was paid by people and companies #d rendering East Indian music
and with incomes over $5,000. There On the way to the City they made
were over 101 companies and four stops to receive formal wel-
who about’ 742 individuals, so it is come |
its yeasonable to conclude that those munities on the East Bank of the
will few contributed 80 per cent. of the Demerara 1
Income Tax, or roughly about "ute East Indian families gath-

tre one-quarter of the total revenue °'ed
its outstanding moments—an em- of the Colony out of a population ‘heer
barrassment -of riches. The pro- of 400,000. Mr. D'Aguiar added gathered at the corner place. The

: r gramme will be broadcast by the that it showed a
Edinburgh is now coming to BBC on Tuesday next, 18th inst. Shan ‘eed ina

—which is on 11.75 and 9.58 North’ has been wearing her
megacycles in the 25 and 31 tival dress of flags, flowers

metre bands the former will close floodlighting. In the coming week

down and its place will be taken Wynford Vaughan Thomas

by a beam on 6,195 megacycles, was an observer of many events

4843 metres. This latter will at the Edinburgh Festival,

continue, along—with that on 9.58 look back on the Festival illus-
megacycles, 31.32 metres, until trating with recording some of

the close down at 11.00 p.m.
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SOIL MANAGEMENT IN

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BARBA PAIN CAN BE

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in the as a question, toon yields so that the ratooning | t }
+ ~ : wt ; arent “ ; = Jeers SO that ‘ ming posed to plough through tras
the Department of Science and Agriculture, talked to mem- : t feel ue the ao a plough?” Does it pay to close cycle could be prolonged, it would make it all the more necessary sae
bers ot the Agriculturs society “Ss > UN 1° webs. rue answer—can only be ougn: be a major contribution to the wel- for us to see whether o: . :
se j Ag cu tural Society on Some uns alved prob f we study a very large It is obvious that close plough- of the industry, Indeed, it is cld wardiect on en sites be
lems of soil management in Barbadces” wher the Society number of fields over many ing involves additional expense difficult to think of ary one dis- pplies. What “aay an onian? se ?
held its half yearly meeting on Fridey. The data for the years. We have worked out a and loss of time and hence it very that would be of greater a
talks was collected by Mr. Knowles and Mr. J. B. D. Robin- — ene we seul grea | py seem that a it pro- saat ny oo value . ‘ (7) Pilter Press Mud as a
enn a ¥ —_ Ja . of such fields can be judged from duces definite vie nerements, i e reasons why ratoons declye y . - . :
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Another meeting will be held to discuss the other four 'ainfall and variety, and what we Nobody seems to know for “tive ly peeeeeen - is serra der grass in a field at The Pine medicines (Phenacetin, Caffeine and Acetylsalicylic Acid), so that the
: 7 - as a nan Bee : aa -erté . not re question o stand, since a _ . : r. icall - in’
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may feel. with a good deal of jus- been built up in the past. If we fertility of the field and decide reason for this, or is it simply 5 ; aad : r ee A home use).
tification, that we already know ©OUld follow the rate of utilisa- it he } ne ee peeaee whether traditional, and a wrong? Again Evidence that it is a progressive “
most of the answers. It is un- ton of this reserve, for cane an a Gee o. net i seem well worthwhile !0ss of tilth which influences ra- Again in Barbados, we have done ARM YOURSELF
doubtedly true that the Agricul- Cfops in close detail, by ob- ogra, NeW cu RVEUON Washer tuon yields is mostly of a cireum- no experiments involving the use
ural Community in Barbados has t#ining close correlation between “°° Pain are ae _very much like to sto ai are es is Spowe, for of this material. The fact that as AGAINST PAIN
been very for dane a, yield and so £2 cnt” al . 4 v2. n é your opinions—the opinions ©*4mple, that one can take a great . Sl ileied sens
ec ery fortunate Not only do ) ke anc il K 0 we should be (3) Soil Nitrogen: Of ‘prastics? plantas I , many more cele in St John our Soils responses to phosphate GET ‘ANACIN’ Too Ay!
Mt pe . srrite soils and a able id exercise much greater Departmental manurial trials point planters—on these ind St, Thomas, than “hee in Manuring are unknown, would ¥
climate which —on the average control on the application of in the ps yes > at tl ke “hrist C ‘ho W ee make it see her factors
oe ; ; ; ‘ » past have shown that the (5 ' Christ h Thy? Some may ™#@kKe it seem that other factors ,
is favouratie to the growth of our pot.sh fertilizer. We have ex- best sugar cane yield results are We teen of Bagasse: rer . : tes . iy i adgeeatan te are at work. We would be in- ‘ANACIN’ is sold throughout Great Britain and South Africa under thename ‘ANADIN’
ate a os aa it . : 2s ave “e recent] neh =e ‘ , $s in Ps x tc
oh . Benkg oe ve haves 2 he periment; laid down at present obtained when the recommended certain sites ce es a ly taat note ‘that last year when rainfal! ‘rested to hear from members | — -
past been: served by Agricultural specifically . "DOs mies Mit, ee UAVS Eatin “a ee oe f their experience : i
Scientists whose names are famous 7 ically for the purpose of bagasse applications to their fields ‘“@S @deauate at least in St. * Eine Beer glues cece — octors rave
an. one S defining this correlation between and that in many case s George, one of our most enlight- Press mud as a fertilizer. In con-
not ly here, but wherever cane y Z a ; ’ ee many cases the bagasse 1 lus re < re e
is grown, and the results of whose 2/4 and soil potash, but it will ARTIE’S HEADLINE is being bought and freighted fror, °° Planters noticed that the diff- vsloa. we should like to ask fox ° 7 4
den ’ , S€ be at least three crops before we ‘ » aide ae = erence in favour of the red soil Your help ye hope that we have 41/
researches have en as ps before we ne = = ome distance away , he rea sol f
_ be lave beer applic d_ by shall be in a position to det i 3 os ratoons still existed, and of course, *hown this afternoon that there OO cy V
planters here with outstanding k 1 to deter- - = No one w : it is well known that the light are quite numbe f »stion
success. Asa resul’ the standard Mine whether the idea is prac- ao One will gainsay that the ua? IT's F hat “ReaGh wana. 4 - esas cok Ga ce al ——————-_
of sugar cane agriculture in this ticable or not. The economic val- ar plication of an organic material sn ae Soe aren I ere ed, and we, as a . ‘ a
island is extremely high and com. Ue of a close control of potash ) an intensively cropped soil is | Ith to a di gree nown on the epartment, are more than keen A . j
pares favourably with that of any ™anuring is, of course one io wood soll: shanagemént, and:it is of hete/y St. Geavge black sali, Again to answer them, but unfortu- Xion iit ays
é é abl) é of any m™meé Ss, - se, yious ( . so lice, x 7 re ji » i e rataly .
ther sugar producing country in to all) persons connected wth Se, Sates, woes heavy-appli - pears i ee sammeice ab A in pares Aa + Mr f
the world. But—and it is a big sugar can rowir ‘ ations of this type will almost cer- “here the productivity decline of financial resources are limited ‘
but—we are not perfect, We do sug ane g ng. tainly result in an increased mois- f*toons ans been reported to be We should like to get out of that
not know all the answers by any (2) New Cultivation Systems: eal Coe capacity of the top aigested oy ae difficulty by increasing both, but
means and we should be on our As you aie all aware this De ea ae well as, at least for a ‘We in the Department consider as you will be aware that is not
guard against complacency The partment has for . eta . e~- — a lighten and more freely that the whole question of ra- very easy nowadays, In the
- © as years "e- B g 2 ¥ ‘
years of good rainfall and assured commended that cuit veiling f ee sr soil z on tillage is worthwhile re- meantime, we should like your
markets should be used to put our tems shoul sas : ri yenn b vere heless, in spite of “the opening, It must be remembered co-operation—not only in ca
house in order so that less favour- fe Ww or. ee adjusted to soil b echged good reasons may be that in the days when ‘tilling rying out experiments, which you
able circumstances which may lie ype e have stressed the im- eae: eat ward against the indis- :atoons meant killing them’ the have always given freely—but |
ahead will not bring catastrophe. portance of determining — soil Arita ear Se bagasse. In the practice of trash mulching was not jin actually telline us which are |
If Mr. Robinson and myself can ‘YP¢ and of grouping soils ac- ant ae mettre ~ unfortunately fully developed nor had we then the problems which you prefer to |
ow the seed of doubtin your cording to the Turner system and feuciit cone, SVIREHCE in its the advantages of the vigorous see tackled first, so that we can |
minds this afternoon—make you Of “treafing different soils in nthey Lei hele this or some jong living varieties that exist assign them priority, If you
feel that there are still some things different ways. A few planters “yeeEr...er . and the is difficult te . tae : ee a today, These reasons in them- could discuss fhings among your
whic fe de < , ave ¢ >, : aj . . . . » See Wh) ‘ e e i .*o =
aaanae oe on ~ know the have adopted our suggestions and Board of Trade. worthwhile buying and freighting selves suggest that we get down selves, and let us know — your
ipl kre wi ie x» would be some of them are well satisfied ——_—-—'_it. Secondly, there is at least the t© experiments and the fact that views, we feel that both the Plan-
el orthwhile if we did—we vith the results. Others, however, ’ possibility that the incorporation i™plement manufacturers are now ters and the Department would
shall feel that we have in some feel the ; aamiit dressing of sulphate of ammonia pe porauio alent : ote oa ey .
s e€ nat the inconvenience and ° L of large quantities of bagasse into Producing tools which are sup- certainly benefit
measure succeeded in what we set . > : is applied in June—July with the 5 adres : :
Git fer Ho ezbenne of the new cultivation onset of the rainy season the soil will lead to a temporary
ayout out-weigh their advan- s ainy season. nitrogen fixation, and would in this i
r ages We have from time to time ,, ; : ’ cm °
The problems which we would “8€S and have abondoned at- heard planters say that they Gent require additional nitrogen B dos Born Minister Dies In B.G. For a Brighter, Fresher <
like to bring to your notice con- tempts at con'our cultivation or 1 ee , Cressings as a compensation j j SA —
pase ' : apply their sulphate of ammonia : (tea: ‘nis ry LS ;
cur with cultivation and manurial camber bedding, as a_ result. i: is Raathen the first with the Here again. it is clear that e GEORGETOWN. Sept 12 : Complexion, use Palmolive cae ae
practice. In general I am respon- Now it is obvious that one of ons agi i Hick in eg eee bo — N, sept. le. ; mg 7S
f a nset of the rains, and the second conflict in view points exists, Th Rev illic ‘enh: 2 | ' . Soap )
sible for the notes on the former these two opinions must be wrong ; ome later date, usually about planter who sells s bagasse - tev. William Cephas Rice of the G'town Will as Doctors Advised ae Yo”
and Mr. Robinson for thos Tre 8 at some later date, usuall) k ho sells his bagasse ob- Church of the Nazarene who died otable â„¢
anc r. Robinson for those on the and it is for us to find out which 8 to 10 weeks after the first appli- viously does not value it as high! ma = &

latter. We shall take them at

it is. Either, as we in the Depart-

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random and no attempt has been ; ; T é
Dea he ME as veel ment believe, sloping soils which This double application means partment would be only too glad , ras rm : s i ;
a them in order of are not cultivated on the con- greater expense in handling the ‘o plan experiments to decide who oY ae born at Barbados on May| (From Our Own Correspondent Palmolive Soap can improve com- 1 Wash with Palmolive Soap
F tour do erode and, over a period sulphate of ammonia, and often ('s In the right. In the, meantime, Hite la tict eter the
(1) Soil Potash: of years, tend to lose their fer- it is no easy task on the second We should like to hear your views EAP EUNICE ith toe oe His Excellenc . a " : 4 ees

; = tility asa result, which loss of sion, when the canes have 4nd experiences of this little prob- him) to Panama, the West Indies Sir Ch an “Wo sae sou less oily—dull, drab skin wonderfully 3° "hs J Himes o day for 14 doys

= ies . Ss ‘re ne aoe ’ Ss Z ; an Ag eee - » Curacao and the U.S.A. In 1933) * arles oolley, K.C.M.G - :
It is the recommended prac- fertility will eventually be re- ted to grow away vigorously wae iia Tillage he was ordained to tt » Ministry | Will officially declare open George brighter. Coarse-laoking skin appears
tice to apply muriate of potash to fected i rere: . aisiias We should iike to ask those of (6) Ratoon age; tp , . ae inistry ra aa . Tw
PI wt ; Pp : flected in lowered productivity Miser? “whey the tbiate of You have all, we suppose, heard !" the Christian Mission Church town's Potable Water Supply finer.
plant canes and ratoons at the and reduced yields; or they do YOU prese "i anit i z casted wth the saying that ‘tilling ratoons is #94 came to British Guiana in Scheme at a function to be hela c
rate of 14 cwt. per acre (ie. 1 not and may be safely cultivated 2™™monla should be applec - killing ratoons’, but you would all, 1941 as a Superintendent In| 02 September 26, 1951, at 4.3
ton to 124 acres) At certain eer | cea : hard way’ as we call it, and no : -? yo ould ail, a super , ’ fA . — rs C -
4 on the cane hole system indefin- —); ;,. - 3 Seated ee I believe agree that if some way 1945 he became affiliated with the} P:™ The Water Supply has re if
times heavier ‘rates of applica- ly nes . _. all in one application at a suita- con ae ’ 1G | ceived rtift er PALMOLIVE
Hote Beve: hee i fa J ri itely. And again, either cer- ble time? We might point out ‘ould be found of increasing ra- Church of the Nazarene. ceived a certificate of purity fron ses
He Bil Ae BOS aes = ‘Me tain heavy group IV soils will be, «hat growth measurements made ~~ ae a — | the Government Bacteriologist
order of 2 cwt. per acre i.e. 1 ton as we the Department be Mae
to 10 acres). but this is often an tw” in e epartment be- by the Department indicate that , —
excess of fertilizer amounting t Heve; rendered considerably under normal rainfall distribution } :
Ss lag st 1 cw siaie _ +6, & & ‘Y more productive by being placed conditions, optimum cane growth J 4 :
vi “ae * Cwt per acre. 4 n @X~ on a system of cambered beds occurs in August and September. : A
See that is in so far ae ee benefit with good drainage; or they will so that application of sulphate of | I A y YOu N 4 {
is reaped, on the coralline soils, not and will be equally produc- ammonia in June or early July at| ,
in terms of = of nee oY tive if left in cane holes. It is the latest is very desirable. | ‘
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Our Readers Say:

| VALET //
Education In The Island \ /// ty

Scouts Render
Community
Service



To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR I shoulc he




bliged, | lg,









pe Mm we
if you would grant me the fav-| “= _—_—"
ON nd Sat 12 st our of adding my feeble contri-| -—« d [_
: yp te! gs ‘ bution to the vexed question of | S ame.
couts iered service to the utio » the vexed question } —i ‘
‘community by operating a Des- Education in this island i — ¥
patch Rider Service from Scout's Kindly allow me, in the first} Poesy



Headquarters to aid people in get-
ting their parcels of clothing, etc
to Queen’s Park. for the Jamaica
Hurricane Relief Centre set up
there

place, to thank God whdlerhenrt> | —

edly that I was brought up under Ee? 7~
the old method. Under the pre- | ~ .
sent system, the amount of ryp- . .

bish, that has long been placed Th oO ij Pp R l

before the public under the guise e n y ain e lieve

of education, is sufficient to make

+ . . *
ronde hat ll be the next V 8
conglomeration of costly folly. containing Vitamin 6,

=

Scouts and Scoutmasters were on
duty at Headquarters from 9.00
m. to 7.00 p.m. working in shifts
of two hours each to receive calls



The old Education Board work- |

















by telephone and to despatch ed well. It was directed by com- | Ifyou want to get QUICK RELIEF
couts on cyeles to collect parcels petent men, under the Secretary- | from PAIN, and also to enjoy the
Owing to the re-opening of hip of Mr. M. T. G Mahon— | benefits of Vitamin B, you must
chools on Monday, it will not be who knew what the needs of this ! take YEAST - VITE Tablets.
possible to operate this service community were. | There’s nothing else like YEAST-
uring the day but scouts will be VITE. It is the ONLY pain
wvailable between the hours of I may perhaps claim to know | reliever which ALSO contains the
4.00 and 6.00 p.m. Dial 4653. as much about Education as any tonic Vitamin B,. Don’t wait—
Registration Day, Saturday, one in the West Indies, since my and get some YEAST-VITE
6th October experience has been gained in ablets now.
Scouters are reminded that their *: dealing with the highest’and the
Census Return and Warrants” lowest I have conversed with

must, be returned to the Honorary

many elementary teachers, but I
Secretary not later than 6th Octo



HEADACHES

have not yet found any one of |
ber. If you have not already them satisfied with the results of | NERVE PAINS
made wp your return Do IT the present system. Such is also!
NOW

the opinion of the island. In view |
of this disgraceful state of affairs, |
lam perfectly willing to give such |
advice as will not merely reduce

COLDS, CHILLS,
RHEUMATIC PAINS

Executive Committee
The Executive Committee of the
Island Scout Council met on Mon-

nh ae agg Poe sel “As a gesture to our glorious allies would your Majesty like to inspect the valiant workers cat Ee caes eniceonen alo | naLEVED YOUR PAIN YEAST. ITE®
juarters wearly al member: . * . . " t anise aanired
were present tnder the Chairman. in the factories instead of the casinos? condi i give yfeaisered
ship of the President the Hon London Express Service considerable relief to the teachers.

H, A. Cuke, C.B.E The busine perce iy
f the agenda will be continued

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Gilwell Reunion. Sunday, Days For NEW YORK. whispered to the manager, who At Talent Show Professor of Classics and

; Philosophy,
September 9th, 1951 The race to provide the richest phoned the police.









siti sats itcl iain irtsho mpeeet
Vv trandersc ‘ -enager, Codrington College. |

The week-end 8th—9th Septem- e a on food and the most free drinks to __ Arrested was Donato Reveruazi, Re? = Wiirdel hte oti aa te “San Marino”, | {ESE ARERR hs
ber was chosen by Imperial Head- ur ul es Transatlantic airline passengers 53. It was his first hold-up, too, joa) ‘Talent Show at the Globe Coral Sands Gap,

juarters London for the annual grows faster and fiercer they said. He was still standing Theatre on Friday night, Grander- Worthing. ‘ i
re lion of the Ist Gilwell Park Since her return to the Island British airline chiefs, who — unarmed — in front of Miss son delighted the crowd when he Sept. 12th. 1951. j v
cout troop. This is an occasion apis ‘Marjorie Pemberton hasheld Yesterday talked about cutting Hanlan’s window. sang the. classical “Bless This Thanks | ,
Wualifed for the “Weod "Bonns 2 Training days for Patrol lead- Gown luxuries, must | dream, up House.” aot: : | !
luring the last thirty year : may SS at Pax Hill, 73 attending the establish to ‘out with:— F CAR-ARTISTS a naw ve he wane aoe. To The Editor, The Advocate,— ;
come together in camp for two Tst day and 28 the second. Miss “Sit Mite foanP hich offe TISH CAR ENGINEERS ere Viceo Much fun for the crowd “‘.12 The Committee of Man-
Siea, 40 senaw ola friendships ~~ Pemberton has also had 2 Train- a , =f Ww - 2 ieee BRITISH CAR EI ; om § ooh which attended. The Bop singers, poor oa Ee Ee eee
HIRO TO Ones A aie ye okey ing Days for Guiders which were Meals from axim's in neem “ the master artists of their “ é Sonny Morris who sang “Train Haven Welfare ‘Asaoclation desire, | KEEPS Y 4
Gilwellians met at Scout Head. Well attended. The next Train- perfume and orchids for women, fession, in the opinion of the Number 1” and Arthur Moore with through the medium of your | G
quarters on Sunday, the 9th at 9.30 ing for Guiders will be held at St. free wine and liquor for all. Museum of Modern Art. ‘Chatanooga Shoe Shine” Boy” © wspapet to record their sincere
um. for about two hours for a Michael's Girls’ School on Satur- Air France—which loves to Q,; 27 cars on display for the found it difficult to get off the shinwiies to al} those who in any an free from Dandruff
re-union In addition to those “ay, 29th September from 1—4.15 stuff its patrons with chicken opening night of the museum $ mark, way aasisted in making the , y
Scouters holding the “Wood P-™ This will include Brownie stuffed with rice, goose livers «automobiles as works of art The Second Prize went to the <°: ay











m ; ‘ ; ; . fariety Concert and Dance at the
Badge” others who have done Training, which will be given by and truffles. Superb wines and Varie ) &

show 11 were British, seven Western Rhythm Boys. They sang

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parts were also invited Mrs. J. A. Skinner, Commissioner brandies, of course merican, four Italian, three Ger- “The Mule Train.” The boys are Drill H all 6a Frid y, Tth Sep

i . Ami ’ ee : ber last a success.

Those present were: (Complete for Brownies. B.O.A.C, loyally serves Wilt- an and two French. from Lake’s Folly, Their timing The Day Nursery at Sargeant’s
co ae Rev a ~ a The Results Of The Girl ea eres at “aes ieee ° e " “. Aeden Alva et Te Village, Christ Churoh will bene-
Ay s, M.A., Messrs A, E. Douglas mie 8 o mos steak ane ' ad ; reise CeCe YS ae re fit greatly by this magnificent N
Smith, M.A., C, R Cc. Springer, Guides’ Fair Scotch. ENTER THE FLEEP prize. demonstration of co-operation.
fs = Harrison, C. H. Worrell, K. C The Girl Guides’ Fair which Planes are flying faster, too. FLEEPS is the Army name for With thinks fof space, |
i e, G. E. Corbin. Excuses Ww ere was held at the Drill Hall on Sat- Air France has bought 10 Jeeps with wing The first- tT ° er ‘
given tor Mrs, A. E, Armstrong urday, 2nd June was an outstand- super-Constellations which will ‘ . t reconnoitre enemy NO ig er ages MAY HALL,
- ated ee “3 ee ing success, the amount realised cut the flight time to Paris by «gig nas its wings de- i ‘Wann oe |
s . Harrison and E. B illiams. being $3,082.31 (£642, 2s. 114d.). ‘ 7 i a ~ average ye, Ss, sie eee nites ~ New Haven elfare Association

Parts 1 or.2: C. D. Spencer, The Cn thanks of the ES: ds os eis be 1 aa 18e- tached in five minutes, anc rolls I or Guatemalan 14.9.51.

H. Walcott, D. Grannum, Cyril ; ” are “re : C Shey ee meets ; into headquarters to report — 15
B cite he rn . ation are offered to the Com- being bullt Banana Workers

er Owe, ' manding Officer and members of * a * now be : i 5
Pollard, S. Flemming. Excuses % * # * r
a p ‘a eUses the Barbados Regiment, the Com-
were offered for Messrs C. H. Pil- Oe a ett allowing the MR. CINDERS GUATEMALA CITY. Bad Road Manners
pea ppreneet, a and police Band to play at the Fair, the ARTIE SHAW clarinet-playing DANGER NO. 1 More than 15,000 workers di- ‘ ’ .

Ss KE. ce € > re « 7 , ’ ey - ofl ae ae een on eqad %
ary greetings and. introductions members of the Local Association, pang leader, is off to London MR. HERBERT HOOVER, the rectly or indirectly engaged in the Cause Accidents
Rev. A. E. Armstrong led off with ‘he Trefoil Guild, the gentlemen 4 make records. The ex-husband former President, called on the the” gltmuneitee ot oe ie ‘ :

a short devotional service He mon wate weapons pg’ taking of five beautiful women (Lana U.S, to-day to return to the Ten “freezing” of present wages of un- TOS Snery Suet ee, eee
Sal te can mt hin “ pe ‘all re, he anes 8s Se a Twaet sed Ava Gexiner amine Commneeees ont ane be employment. This gituation arises COURRS PCM Vere ee ace.
sse > need for leaders and * . ‘-

n coming traffic, the Commis-

them), he travels alone, except on the Mount. : ;
hem from an announcement by the sioner of Police, OotneL R. T

leadership among youth. He re- Sifts and donations and in other 4. °hi: jemortes. On the voyage used as the guiding principles Of Compania Agricola de Guatemala,

marked that he had been leading W®YS too numerous to mention








for ‘ : he must cut his new book from men in high office,” he said. — a United Fruit subsidiary, to the Michelin, told the Advocate yes-
ee eeee eer, Ste ERY Sn RECEIPT» 700 to 500 pages. Its title ; “The “The nation js in the grip of Banana Workers’ Union that it terday. | /
younger scouters to carry on. The Gate $222.48 Trouble With Cinderella”. intellectual dishonesty in public can grant no further wage in- He said that at the junction of
scout hymn was then sung. Mr. Tickets in advance 554.89 $ 777.37 uble . ; ; , “ullecie ads. Colly
eos ty vee tnép- sung. Mr, corets ip gavanc rer 37 i * * life which can destroy it. Ameri- increases or other concessions Pine and Culloden Roads, Colly-
Sp inger nex : read a message Girt Stall ca’s gravest danger is in the pub- Explaining that such increases More Rock and Bishop’s Court
from the Island Commiss & ; ; . actria far
cise ; SSIONCL Sweet Stall TWICE lic tolerance of scandalous be- would raise production costs mak- Hill, nine accidents have so fat
Major Griffith in which he sent. Wheel of Fortune 4 5 » banan: 50 ste- occurred this year, Seven of these
. haviour and dishonouy in ing the banana business complete urre us y :
greetings and good wishes for the $nac¢ et LIGHTNING struck a house at w. er ahi : ; ly uneconomic, the company said accidents had been caused by
" i . 2 +} . 1 a / 4 y £ as . » ® p . ‘ : I
ents Mr. Springer led off the Ices Duluth, Minnesota, and burned eS 7. i at it would be forced to leave the drivers of motor vehicles WS
pies 2 sw iee anee Of Household Stall it down. The owner and her country if the wage demands were across oncoming traffic
ne aspects of scouting such as Te daughter went to stay with sis sssed. W raWi som- |
i a aha . : pressed. ithdrawal of the com } sibs Nite
nore? Association membership, roe relatives nearby. Five minutes STRONGER IN KOREA pany, it is believed, would be dis- “For instance, the driver of a In doubt about your appearance ? Then give your hair th
“ic > oe _B i 2 ‘ES } ¥ + . , > ~ 7
Officials, Member ; of the B. P. Stall jater lightning struck the roof, THE FIGHTING FORCES i? astrous for the Guatemalan econ- car coming up Lower Collymore enefit — the double benefit — of Brylcreem : day-long smartnes
Guild of Old , Tr 8 6 " ; ene J
Rete: a ; c ag Training, Coca cole * * * Korea are far stronger than be- gmy as it would leave several Rock and turning right into and lasting hair health, Follow the lead of successful men al
ui aslone 2c Ss or 2 stra- s (Brownies . , i ‘i renew > “ ad : at * s .
fons Which ef og sadly rene Dips (St. Peter) fore if they have to renew ne thousand unemployed and severe- Culloden Road, failed to wait be- | over the world who know that Brylereem keeps them right on
He stressed the great fodal infie prant FIRST FOR TWO struggle with the Communists, jy reduce the country’s dollar in- fore turning, and allow a aa cop | See how lustrous Brylcreem makes your hair —lustrou:
Ss Eres < - Swee as i 12 . sai ce v . . , 3 ’s C ° 7 on 7 *
ence which old Gilwe!lians—even Sweet FOR 23 YEARS. Katherine President Truman Said tece ntly. come.—B.U.P. ne ea ae eet and vital-looking! See how a Brylereem_ massage
those retired from active work— Hanlan wondered what she would 5 ie x Pee t sass, Instead he checks Dandruff ; feel how the tonic ingredients tone
would exert. If only as members sat eitieatts ~ — do if a hold-up man came to her ‘: 7ERBOARD MORE B.W.I. OIL ta oo Pe renind a this oncoming up the scalp! There’s no excessive oiliness in Brylcreem,
of the B. P. Guild of old scouts. printing & Advertising si.oo bank window. Recently she found ANNA OVE , FOR S. AFRICA vehicle and thereby caused an because its pure, natural oils are emulsified. There’s no
All present agreed to become the Extra wiring 26.50 out, THE LINER ‘President Taft, cataterid o h eit A oe gum, no soap, no spirit,no starch in Brylcreem.
eth Sinem geemen stations y ie peat oe “ ue A n.an passed her a note say- out from San Francisco, sounded DURBAN, Sept. 5. aeThe Dommtentoet r said that There’s nothing like Brylcreem—the perfect
> . . 4 ationery . stage 2 “a4 7 ; . ss » Si 8 ’
of the Guild. During the discus- Bory | ae ROSA > — ing: “Don’t be alarmed. This is the “man overboard” signal. Down The increase in tanker cargoes ‘neue tiny etal ane Sura “CmIAweEt hairdressing. Ask for Brylcreem—today !
pet r 1 pee Mr gees Smith, $ 136.74 a stick-up. Hand over your went a lifeboat and picked up to Durban from the West Indies as be Bad ae ivine and bad manfiers o
Pile se i hare? Fa : ee eee Nat promk (GOR). 144s) 3,082 31 money.” Anna, guide dog to a blind school- a result of the Persian cil Pspute othe Polce ae appealing to al) Get this double benefit
pA ythers recallec cidents, - oT a " wa ee aos 4 4 J ae asic the ar- : 2 a é é \ é
. : as 3,2 5 t he floor. She teacher. Anna, frightened by a has been emphasise y a ie
some amusing, of their personal $3,219.05 Katherine slid to the F = ‘al of two tankers on the same drivers to pay special attention to
»rience f ra > i whispered a hoarse warning to noise, had leaped over the star- rival of two tankers 5é ee ‘ gp 21 B Cc s
experiences and reports from Certified correct. \ sp ered a | Ee a DE oa feorr tll p day, carrying nearly 20,000 tons of this frequent cause of accidents, RYLCREEM your hair
pier gr lira oe par ar (Signed) Vv. B Steelams, another woman , ' , il between them.—B.U.P. he said,
eV S, and of o ate € 40rc uditor, puiieehons
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the camp chief John Thurman tied and the search was begun for 1 mn (BARBADOS) e
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TELEPHONE 2508







For Births, Marriage er Engagement
anneuncements 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 2808
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m

The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Death Acknowl-
edgements, and ‘n Memc m notices 1s



50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays

* any number af words up toe 50, and
9 cents per word on week-days and
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FORD: Th undersigned gratefully
return thanks to all who attended the
funeral, sent wreaths or in any other
way expr d symp with them
on the oce ion of the passing of Mrs.
Hester Forde, late of Coach Hill,
St. John

Dolly Crichiow (daughter), Bertie Forde

(grandson Rita For (grand-daughter),



ighter).
16.9 51—In

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Joyce



JOHNSON We are expressing our
sincere appreciation for the many
expressions of condolence by our
frends who sent us cards, wreaths
or those showing their sympathy in
any other way on the occasion of our
bereavement of our relative Miss
Muriel Johnson

Alice Johnson (mother), Thelma John-

son, Charles Husall 16.9.51—1n.

eT
WHARTON—Mr. Cyril L. Wharton and
relatives gratefully return thanks to all
who attended the funeral, sent wreaths

be in any other way assisted on the
oceasion of the passing of Mrs. Blanche
liene Wharton, iate of Third Avenue,

St. Michael

16 9.51—-1n

New Orieans



PERSONAL

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BELLA FORDE (nee KINCH) as ! do
not hold myself responsible for her or
anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unles: oy a written
order signed by me.
WILLIAM L. FORDE,

Passage Garden,

St. Michael



The public are
giving credit to

16.9.5)

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Vacancies in the
Elementary Teaching Service

Applications are imvited fro
teacners (women) with at leas
10 years’ teaching experience fo
the Headships of the followin,
schools: —

St. James’ Girls’ School

St. Thomas’ Girls’ School

The minimum professiona
qualification required is the Cer
tificate A of the Department o.
exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in
with the Government Scale fo:
Head Teachers in Grade I Ele-
mentary Schools.

Candidates who have already
submitted application forms ir
respect of previous vacancies, (now
filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial

All other candidates should make] gra:
appropriate] djoining Royal Yacht Club

application on the
form which may be obtained frome

the Department of Education. ‘Alls
applications must be enclosed in

envelopes marked “Appointments
Board” in the top left hand corner
and must reach the Department
of Education by Saturday, 22nd
September, 1951. Candidates are
warned that canvassing may lead
to their disqualification.

12th September, 1951.



Government Flour Factory
at Lancaster

It is proposed to operate the
Government Flour Factory at
Lancaster for a short period be-
ginning on Tuesday 2nd October,
1951, for the purpose of receiving
and processing cassava roots, ‘The
roots will be purchased at the
rate of $1.50 per 100 lb. delivered
at the factory.

2. Any person intending to de-
liver cassava roots to the factory
is requested to notify the Diree-
tor of Agriculture, in writing not
later than 22nd September, of the
weight of roots he expects to de-
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| ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jewels
i" Antiques, Ivory, Silks
Ete., Etec., Ete.

THANrS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St. ::; Dial 3466



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from Germany
up. Thani Bros
Wen
‘ | MAPLE MANOR
GUEST HOUSE

ANNOUNCEMENTS,



SCHOOL TIME is here For your
Children’s School Things, visit: Thant
Eros Dial 3466 16.9. 51—I1n
Be at home in

TRINIDAD

Stay at- RAY GUEST HOUSE
c/o Colthurst Bros, 47 Park Street.
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,

Centre of the Town

2.9.51—4n.



Supreme Motor Company,
Street. Dial 2741 Approximate rates:—
10 hp. cars $70 12 h.p. cars $75.
14 h.p. cars $80, larger models propor-
tionate 14.9.51-—3n

FOR SALE

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





AUTOMOTIVE





CAR: 1947 Morris 10. Excellent con-
citon, Reasonable price. Apply: Capt.
Raison. Telephone 2252

16.9. 51—3n

CAr—American Austin 7. New tyres.

Phene 8675. 16.9,51—2n



CAR: Ford 10 (X-353) in good order,
Apply immediately to Beryl Tull, ‘Clem-
eowile’, St. Patrick's, Christ Christ or
S Butcher, c/o McEnearney & Co

16.9,51—3n



CAR—Chevrolet 1938. Low mileage. Al



condition Bargain At Eckstein's
Garage. Phone—95259 14.9.51—3n
ELECTRICAL



PUMP: One automatic shallow well
electne pump. Capacity 250 to 300 gai-
lons her hour. Price $75.00. Dial 91-39.

9.9.51—2n





RADIO; Zenith Trans-Oceanic Portable
Radio as new, Phone 3679
15.9. 51—2n

FURNITURE

FURNYTURE—One 11)
drawing room suite comprising of:
Rockers, 2 Chairs, 1 2 seater settee
with upholstered dunilopillo cushions
and centre table, also Birch dining
table and 4 chairs. Practically new
Phone Mrs. Parkinson 2730





Birch Morris

16.9.51—3n.

LIVESTOCK

One Guernsey Holstein Heifer
Dial 2084. P. N. Pilgrim, Chapel
14.9. 51—An

MECHANICAL

One (1) Johnson Sea Horse Outboard
Motor with separate 5 gallon tank. Out-
ut 10 hop. Engine, condition as new
Apply by letter or in person to Wismar,
i.bbs Beach, St. Peter. 14.6. 51—6n





CALF:
Calf
Gap.







RANSOME LAWN MOVER in good
working condition $12.00. Sandyfield, St.
Peter 16.9.51—In



POULTRY

PIGEONS: Red Carneaux and Homer
Pigeons Exchange Pitn., St. Thomas.
16.9.51—1n

MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES — Of every description
gs. China, old Jewels, fine Silver
ou es Early books, Maps. Auto-

ete, at Gorringes Antique Shop





3.9.50—t.f.n

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BUTTONS: New Pretty Dress Buttons
A fine assortment in White Buttons
Jewelled buttons—from 24c.—48c.
ver dozen. The Modern Dress Shoppe,
Broad Street. 16.9.51—3n,

BALLERINAS: Rubber Soles, in Black,
Red and Maroon. Ladies Buy a Pair
Today at $1.87 up Thani Bros. Diai
4466 16.9.$1—1n

A



COAT: One Lady’s Fur Coat,
lent Bargain, Apply to Terese
Salon, McGregor Street.

excel-
Beauty

12.9. 51—t.f.n.



Holland from milk
famed Frisian Cows
as follows — Sib. tins @ $4.54 each
and 14b. tins @ $1.09 each. If un-
obtainable at your grocer you may
contact The Barbados Co-Operative
Cotton Factory, Ltd., Local Agents.
16.9.51-—én.

is now available

FANS: Straw or ‘Feather Fans Qe up
Get one now Ladies—at Thani Bros,
Dial M66. 16.9.51—I1n



FORMAMINT TABLETS-—Recommend-
ed highly for Gargling in cases of Sore
Throat, Tonsilitis ete. KNIGHTS Ltd.

14.9.51—3n,



“GAS STOVE: Modern, practically new.
Automatie control Oven, 3 burners, 1
will Toaster, Inspeetion invited. Phone
“52 16.9.51—3n

INDIAN SANDALS! Ladies, We have
-. last received a small shipment of
these lovely Leather Sandals, visit
Thani's for your requirements in Fancy
Goods. 16.9.51—I1n







GALVANISED SHEETS—4, 7, 8, 9 and
\0. Price cannot be beaten, enquire
‘uto Tyre Co. Phone 2696.

8.9.51—t.f.n

LUNCH KITS—For School
Complete, comfortable carry-all
handle, containing 1 pt. Vacuum Flasks
od plenty of room for sandwiches, $2.83
LUNCH TINS with sandwich tray, 83



ents, On Sale at G. W. Hutchinson
& Co., Ltd. and The Modern Dress
hoppe 15.9.51—6n



MANURE--Horse Manure for gardens.
Eight shillings (8/-) large cart load,
cing 3187, C. A. Proverbs.

16.9.51—2n.

OMNIPED FOOT CUSHIONS—Designed
vy Dr. Allschof¥. These cushions can be
washed and re-used. KNIGHT'S LTD.



14.8.8)

SHARKSKIN: Gentlemen! We offer
“ for this warm weather lovely
Sharkskin 54° wide, $3.95 a yd. in
vhite, Grey and Beige. Visit Thani's
Wm. Henry Street 16.9.51—1n



SURANOX DENTURE CLEANER-—The
best method of cleaning False Teeth
KNIGHTS Lid 14.9.51—3n.

de-

SPA-SHELL WORK in Exquisite
viens. Necklaces, Bracelets, Earrings.
an be bought in sets or separately at

‘fair Gift Shop. Aquatic Club



M

16.9.5) in|



TORCH BULBS: Just received Flange
ulbs for U.S.A. Torch Lights to fit 6
cell. 3 cell and 2 cell lights. 22¢ each

at Bruce Weatherhead Ltd,
4.9.51



WATCHES: Ladies and Gents Watches
They are reliable $8.50
Dial 3466.

16.9 51—in



OPPOSITE HASTINGS ROCKS

Tel. 8021. L BOURNE,



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‘The most manifest sign of

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KITCHEN HOUSEWIFE
AND COOKIE ARE AL-
WAYS CHEERFUL.

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JRLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days’

and 12 cents per agate line un Sundays,

minimim charge $1.50 on week-days
| and $1.80 on Sundays.





REAL ESTATE

j
ASK ABOUT D. F. DE ABREU. |
DIAL 3111 No. Boosting! No Rail-|
roading! No Duds! Re-Sale Values |
Assured! IN NELSON ST.. BY BUS
CO.; Two Stone Built Two-Storied |
Business Premises & Residence, Con- |

veniences. UN NELSON ST., A 3 Bed- |
room Cottage With Land, Conveniences. |
IN TUDOR ST.; A Large Stone Built
Two-Story Business Premises & Resi-~
dence, all Conveniences, about £2,600.—
Can Buy tt. NEAR CODRINGTON
HILL; A 3 Bedroom Partly Stone Built
Two-Storey, Govt. Water, Electricity,
Over 4,000 sq {t., Going Cheap at
4 550., Owner leaving Island. AT
FPRIGHTON; Seaside, Almost New 3
Bedroom Concrete Bungalow ‘(American
Design) about 12,000 sq. ft, about
£2,800.Can Buy It. NEAR CITY; Two
Stone Built Two-Storied Residences,
both Set in off Main Roads, one has
about 28,000 sq. ft., and about £2,550.
Car Buy It; the Other has about |
Acres. AT BLACK ROCK; A,|
Property with or without the Dairy,
over 1 Acre. BY CODRINGTON HILL,
A Stone Built House with over % Acre
(Not all Arable), Going for Under $1,200
ABOVE GOVERNMENT HILL; A New
3 Bedroom Concrete Bungalow, all Mod-
Conveniences, Under £1,200 —Can
It AT LOWER BAY STREET.,
de 2 Bedroom Stone Built One



ein
Buy





, Conveniences, kdeai for Business
if Converted, Under £1,000.—Can Buy It.
AT THE GARRISON; A Seclusive 3 Bed-
room Stone Built Bungalow, A-1 Condi-
tion. AT HASTINGS MAIN ROAD, ©
These and Be Wise,—Two Residences
‘One Almost New—Stone Built, The
Other—Partly Stone Built in A-1 Condi-
tion), Both yield over $100.00 p.m., and
Only £3,500 Can Buy Them. AT NAVY
GARDENS; C This and Grasp It for
Only Under £3,100—Almost New 2 Bed-
room (possible 3 or 4) Stone Built Bun-
gelow, Seclusive, View, Orehard and
Flower Garden, abovt 11,000 . it. Fully
Enclosed with Stone. AT CA’ WASH
BATHSHEBA; A Rare Chance for Under
£1,900—A Furnished 3 Bedroom One-
Storey, A-1 Condition, all Modern Con-
veniences, Elevated, about 3 Acres ‘about



1% Seaside). Contact Me for Almost
Anything in Real Estate. “If I Can't
~—Who Will?” Call at “Olive Bough,”
Hastings. 16.9. 5,—In

ET

BUNGALOW: Newly built Bungalow
at Brighton Road, Black Rock, 200 yards
from beach, containing 3 bedrooms,
drawing and dining rooms, verandah,
tiled bath, kitchen and servants room,
gurage, self-contained of modern design.
Dial 4321 or 3231. 26,8.51—3n







FOR SALE as a going concern small
dry goods business in the City, Immediate
Possession. For particulars, write (Store)
in care of Advocate Advertising Depart-













ment 15.9.51—3n

“HOUSE: Board and shingled House,
size 36 x 14 ft. Apply Four Square
lactory, Manager, or Dial 2442

16.9.51—6n

a
LAND: 4% Acres of Land at Black
Roek Ideal for development, Apply:
Fred Carmichael, Phone 2443
14.9. 51—3n
———
LOWER GREYS HOUSE, Christ Chureh,
Standing on 3 Acres 25% Perches of land,
with the Outbuildings thereto
The DWELLINGHOUSE contains one
open and 1 closed Verandah, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, Office, 4 Large Bedrooms,

tollet and Bath, large Kitchen, and
Buttrey.

The Company's Water as well as
private Water Mill

Telephone, Garage for 4 Cars, 4

Servant’s Rooms with Toilet and Baths
Cattle, and Poultry Pens.

Offers in writing will be received
by the undersigned up to Tuesday, the
2th imst., at 4 p.m. The vendor does
not bind Itself to accept the highest, or
any offer,

Inspection any
the premises.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & Cu.,
No. 17, High Street,
Bridgetown.
11.9.51—3n

“MARSHVILLE"—Just the right home
if you demand the best at average price
Has eye appeal, purse appeal and heart
appeal: This attractive property stand-
ing on 1/8 of an acre, along Bank Hall
main Road. And many other small prop-
erties and houses. All priced reasonable
to sell,

Telephone for a date to inspect real

day on application on



living comfort EBONY REALTY &
COMMISSION AGENCY, Marhill Street,
15.9. 51—2n

Dial 5001



The undermentioned will offer for sale
by public competition at their office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 21st
September 1951 at 2 p.m,

That desirable two storied
dwellinghouse known as

freehold
“Culloden

View", situate at the junction of Cul-
loder. and Dalkeith Roads, with the
tond thereto containing 10,585 square
feet. The house contair. closed and

open verandahs, bath ana toilet down-
tairs and upstairs, four bedrooms (one
with bath and toilet) Two servants’
rooms, garage for 1 car and tool room
(all built of stone), in the yard.
Inspection between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
any day except Sundays on appointment
with the owner Mr. St. Clair Hunte
(Phone 3229 or 4337).
G. L, W. CLARKE & Co.,
Solicitors.
9.9. 51—6n





The undersigned will offer for sale at
public competition at their Office, No. 17
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the
2ist day of September 1951, at 2.30 p.m.

The dwelinghouse known as “TRE-
LAWNY", with the land whereon the
same stands, containing by
2.500 squaer feet, situate at
Christ Church.

Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m
and 6 p.m. on application to the tenant.

For particulars and Conditions of Sale,
apply to:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
9.9.51—6n



Hastings,

——
| The undersigned will offer for sale at
public competition at their Office, No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the
2ist day of September, 1951, at 2 p.m.:—

9 ACRES 3 ROODS 26 PERCHES o!
land (formerly part of a place called
Cane Garden) situate in Saint Lucy
‘Together with the messuage or dwelling
house thereon known as “BENTHAMS"
and the outbuildings thereto.

The dwelling-house contains Oper
Verandah, closed Verandah, Drawing
and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen
snd Pantry.

The house is wired for Electricity
but the current is not turned in,
although the Company's ‘wires pass
within close proximity,

Inspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m
For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to:-—

OTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
7.9.51—In

So

Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called
*‘WESTON", ithe residence of the late:
Mrs. Norman Bascom), situate in
STRATHCLYDE, St Michael. The
House stands on 16,770 square feet of
lend, and comprises Closed gallery,
drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &o

downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath-
room, upstairs. Garage and servant's
rooms in yard. Electricity, gas, and

Government Water
Inspection any day, except Sunday,
by appointment with Mrs. Maynard
Alider, Dial 2670,
The property will be set up for sale
by Bee competition at our office, James
Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep-
ten ier instant at 2 o'clock p.m
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors
15.9. 51—10n

installed.

WHITEHALL, ST. PETER
of St.

DAILY

in aid Peter's

MEAL”

Open Daily 10.30 a.m. to
5 p.m.

From Saturday, September 8th
to September 30th inclusive
ENTRANCE

20: 1/-

CALADIUM = SHOW



estimation |,

SUNDAY ADVOCATE




























| I
Minimum charge week 72 cents and) "
%6 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24 Al TH AN ‘ SSS !
words 3 cents a word week-—4 cents a) /ROY NE ERL DS ( 1 A TIM | }
he Auxillar Sane er -
word on Sundays; STEAMSHIP co. OTHY A H VANSLUYTMAN
| SAILING FROM EUROPE i} will accept Cargo and Passengers {|
| M.S, ROSKOOP—I4th-September 195) p -f08. Trinidad._Saiting..Samday- 20a
HOUSES | M.S. HELICON—22th September 1951 7 ‘stant at © a.% EE 1
| SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND 10. FCS
AMSTERDAM xccept Cargo and Passengers for
CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approvea| 4-8. ORANJESTAD—Sth October 1951 a, Antigua, ane
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. SAILING TO PARAMARIBO os: SE e nm
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All) AND BG uv. “ DAERWOOD will
rENTOR— Septe . B “
modern conveniences. Apply aa or \m's “ae ane — "Saae i accept Cargo and Pasgengers for
a _ Se | SAILING TO TRINIDAD ,PARAMARIBO St. iancia.,, Gray ae ae
ISHED FLAT at “F Aces" AND B.G vaca gy tillgc:, Jeg Hg
_ PERN SHE! Piva oe eiciaiiian isth | M.8. BONAIRE—2ith September 1951 Date of departure to be notified
Mrs. L. Hassell, "Phone 4003, SAILING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS
%.6.5)—In|M 8S HESTIA—23rd September 1951 ASSOCIATION; (INC.)
Ae | MH BOSKOOP—30th September 1951 Consignee, Tele No. 4047
FLAT & BUNGALOW: Modern furs|5. P MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD,
nishéd Fiat and Bungalow at Coral wanessick SSS
Sands, Worthing. With Fridge, Silver | ————-—____ _. _____. mes aerate neem meaererotaenntpsentnaengaee er neat
ant Linen, Te an approved tenant
Apply to Alma Lashley, No. 6, Coral
a «és Canadian National Steamship
MAPLE VILLE, St. John, from Ist a J a 8
October, Furnished, newly renovated,
.W.C., Water, ge. Underneath can be SOUTHBOUND
used as a shor Most restful spot in nen Sails Sails Arrives Sails |
Barbados. Can Buy. C. B. Rock, Oistin P entreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
Hill, Ch. Ch 9.9.61—4ng | CAN. CRUISER 29 Aug. 4 Sept _ 14 Sept. 14 Sept
me, = CHALLENGER 8 Sept. 11 Sept - 20 Sept. 21 Sept
“NAVY GARDENS--New modern house nh ae 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 3 Oct 4 Oct
3 bedrooms with wash-bowls. Lounge | FAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept. 1 Oct _ 10 Oct. 11 Oct
and dining room ete. $80.00 monthly DY NELSON 10 Oct 13 Oct. 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct
Dial 4666 between 10 and 12
0: 0.01--08E a amen =
Cel aa NORTHBOUND
SUNSET VIEW--Furnished Bungalow Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
sttuated s ockle ere F at yA Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
tuated at Rock} Containing 3 bed
ott nalhcdaticoan Wid LADY NELSON .* .. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 2 Oct
rooms and all convenience Possession LADY ROD: b
ist October, For particulars Dial 245 NEY 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 27 Get. 28 Oct 1 Novr
15.9.51—2n ae boa ;
The M.V.“CANADIAN CRUI SER” is expected to arrive here
THE CAMP-On the Sea, St Lawrence. } about the 24th September, accep ting cargo for St. John, Halifax,
Fully furnished. Dial 8357. Charlotte Town, Quebec and Montreal.

147 51.—tfn.



“VENTNOR”, Ist Ave. Belleville. Re-
centky renovated throughout. Three bed-

rooms with running water in each. Gas
and usual out offices. Immediate possts-
sion. Dial 8680 15.9.51—1n





WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, having
3 bedrooms with connecting toilet and
buth, modern kitchen and 2 car garages,
having all modern conveniences. Rented
furnished or unfurnished, on long lease
or short term. Apply: Ralph Beard, Lower
Bay Street. Phone 4683

14.9.51—3n









SHIRT MAKERS—
Reliance Shirt Factory,

13.9.51—tin

EXPERIENCED
Wanted at the
Palmetto Street.



EXPERIENCED SALESMAN—For Dry
Goods Dept. One used to working smail
Island preferred. Excellent prospects for
right man. Apply: J. W. Potter & Co
Ltd., Marhill Street 15.9.51—2n



POSITION: Manager of small Hotel
in Bermuda desires position in Barbados
as x or Assistant. Write: G. J.
Riddell, c/o Bank of Bermuda, Hamil-
ton Bermuda 12.9.51—6n

MISCELLANEOUS

Racking Coppers
D. M. Simpson

16.9.51-—2n

PUBLIC NOTICES

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







COPPERS
about 6 ft
& Co

Two
diameter







NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. JOHN







As from the 10th to 29th September
1951, the office of the Parochial
Seonauate will be opened on Saturdays
only

R. S. FRASER,
Parochial -'Preasurer,
St. John
8.9. 51—fn
CLERKS’ UNION

Classes in English, Arithmetic and

Spanish (under the Auspices of The

Barbados Evening Institute) for members
of the Union, will be resumed on TUES-
DAY 18th at ¥.M.C.A

The, Committee hopes that members
will take further advantage of these
facilities



to the General Secretary from whom
further particulars can be obtained.
CHRISTIE SMITH,
General Secretary
12.9 51--2n
NOTICE
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

APPLICATIONS
my

will be
office up to 3.00 p.m
24th September 1951, for the post of
Sub-Sanitary Inspector for the Parish
of Christ Church at a salary of $40.00
per month
Only copies
will not be

received jit
on Monday,

of testimonials
returned)

(which
are required and
it will not be necessary to forward
certificates of proficiency with the
plications but applicants holding such



certificates should state particulars of
them in their applications and be pre-
vered to produce them if required to
do so

The successful candidate will be
required to serve one (1) year on
probation before appointment to the
established staff

WOOD GODDARD,

Clerk, Commissioners of Health,
Christ Chureh
16.9. 51—4n



NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the inten-
tion of the Commissioners of Highways
of the respective parishes of Saint
Joseph and Saint John to cause to be
introduced into the Legislature of this
Island a Bill authorising them to in-
crease the salaries payable to the respec-
tive Inspectors of Highways for the said |
perishes to a sum not exceeding £500
per annum, and the travelling allowan-
ces payable to the said respective In-
spectors of Highways to a sum not
exceeding £100 per annum, — such in-
creases to take effect as from the Ist

day of April, 1951.
DATED the 15th day of Sept. 1951,

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.

16.9.51—3n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Stuart Bryan, holder
of Liquor License No, 966 of 1951 grant-
ed to Gordon Bentham in respect of
a double roofed board and shingle shop
at Holders Hill, St. James, for permission
to use said Liquor License &c at a wall
and galvanized building on Tudor Street
or posite Sobers Lane, St. Michael

Dated this 14th day of September 1951
To: E. A. McCLEOD, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist AP

(Signed) E. BARKER
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist “A" on Monday
the 24th day of September 1951 at 11
o'clock, a.m







E. A
Police Magistrate,

McLEOD,
Dist "A
16.9. 51—In








WE ARE BUYERS

We buy anything connected with
STAMPS, Sheets, Single Stamps,
Collections, Accumulations and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the
CARIBBEAN S1T°MP SOCIETY

3rd floor, No st '

1C, Swan



POCKET is at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

CARPENTER TOOLS
Just Received
By

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STREET

SPRY
Term
1961

Next

eptember at 9

“In

BARBADOS
BARBADOS

A DAY SCHOOL
(Registered & Approved)

DUCATIONAL

THE PARRY SCHOOL
Parry School re-opens on Monday

begins

Acid
Stomach?

m

Headmaster

on Tuesday 18th{
15 a.m
A. McD. PORDE.

Headmaster

|
J. 1. SMYPH, |
|

ACADEMY
ACADEMY
FOR BOYS

Next term begins TUESDAY 18th
September 1951 at 9.30 a.m
W. D. RUDDER,
Principal.
6.9 51—1n " stomach acid does



ALEXANDKA SCHOOL







It can be very unpleasant when excess

not permit you to

enjoy a meal without suffering dis-

comfort—but luckily there is a safe
remedy that brings quick relief :

* BISMAG * (Bisurated Magnesia). It

aes ee BW neutralizes the excess acid and
overnors © jexan a Schoo i

invite APPLICATIONS for the post of| enables you to digest without suffer-
HEADMISTRESS. The new Headmis-|~ ing stomach oe heartburn or
tress will be required to take up the flatulence. * BIS! is well-known
appointment on Ist January, 1952. throughout the ania and has for
Alexandra School is a day Secondary

School with 150 girls on the roll and is
Government funds.
a preparatory Department
in which the General Certificate
of Education will be
— is a Girl Guide Company attached
to the

a

s

a Degree of a British University and a

Schoo!

ided by

school,

The Headmistress,

There is
and a Main Get a bottle today,

taken from 1951.

you
NEED

who should possess

Teacher's Diploma or Certificate, will be

r

the
activities.
per annum,
deducted as rent for the partially fur
nished
whieh
Headmistress.
a Civil Servant, but service is pensionable
under the Teachers’ Pension
contributions are payable, but the mini-
mum qualifying period is ten years. Ser-
Alexandra School is counted as
qualifying under the English Teachers’
Superannuation Act.

vice at

Passage expenses to Barbados, not ex- “Chicoville’, Up;
reeding £200, will be paid against; % ("9% Esplanade).
appropriate vouchers. A_ term's long| & Consultation.
leave is granted every five years on t.

request, but up to the present no pas-

tiving_ the following particulars :—
1 Date and place of birth.

equired to devote
school
The

5 per

residence in
is provided
The

age money is avail
Applicants should

and promote
salary

Headmistress

her whole time to
out-of-class
offered is £600

cent of whieh is

Tablets and Powder
the school grounds
for the use of the
is not

Act, No

metnod corrects
ears

SASS FOO*



able for leave.
forward a statement

LEC LLLP LPPEFP SPSS,
CHIROPRACTIC

nose, throat, lungs, stomach
and «idneys; also headaches, knee
and foot troubles

SLO LOI ESP LESO SIL LESE SI a



BOARDING & LODGING
also

many years proved a reliable help to
sufferers from excess stomach acid.

a3

*BISURATED’ MAGNESIA

Sold by ail Chemists





diseases of ayes,

Drs. Ferreira,
per Bay Street,
Dial 2881, Free

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Centrally located

9.51—4n

———



2 Schools and University attended. LUNCHES for CITY CLERKS
3 Degree, giving subjects and class Reasonable Terms, At Rus-In-Urbe
obtained. Crumpton Street,
4. Post-graduate study, including (opposite Harrison College. Apply
os Diploma or Certificate m Person. Telephone 4324.
( any).
5 Teaching experience with dates .
and positions held. SSE
6 War Service (if any). pre
7. Participation in out-of-class activi-
ties.
8 Games record ; tT E
9 Administrative experience (if any). Let (ood FUR
10 Medical eraenes of fitness,
11 Copies of three recent testimonials. Make your Home and
12. The names and addresses of two y
eidereas | Office more attractive!

The statement together with Certificate ,
of Birth should be attached to a covering

letter of application

dom

t



should send their applicati to the
Mahoney Hache, Miaeinctes | Mthool, MORRIS, Tub and Rush
GPO. Box 243, Bridgetown, Barbados, | ture, Morris Spring
|2.W 1, by Sst October, 1951 like Cushions $4.50
and it Top Desks;
Bookcases
NOTICE TO PARENTS



x

|

Candidates living i
should send

ee,



Hot Lunches served to Pupils

of Harrison Col

at “Rus-In-Urbe” ,







\
‘opposite Harrison College). Reas- |
onable bsnl ene 4324. j SPRY
iss C. BECCLES.
9.9.51—4n til DIAL
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their applications to
the Secretary, The West India Commit-
40.Norfolk Street,
reach him by the 30th September,

Candidates living in the Carribean area

Bedsteads,
Springs,
robes, Bureaus,
n the United King- Washstands,
Radio

China,
Cabinets

London, W C 2 to

1951



Beds,
Siderails,

Nightchairs,
sion and other Dining, Kitehen &
Tables—Larders,
Kitchen

Cradles,

Ward-
Presses,

Exten-

Laths,
Linen

Waggons,
& Bedroom

Furni-
Spring-
up—Sloping

Bookracks,

and



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Crumpton St.



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REAL ESTATE
JOHN

M4.
BLADON

& ce.
A.F.8., F.V.A |



FOR SALE

“HOLDER'S HOUSE", St.
James, An Fstate House built of
stone with pine floors and shingle
roof 3 reception, 5 bedrooms,
verandahs ete, also garage 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 on all
sides. Coast is less than a mile
away and town 6 miles.

“LOCKERBIE HOUSE”, Brittons
Cross Rd.—Fine example of a pre-

war 2-storey Barbadian home
pervadi an atmosphere of mel-
low 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 centrai stairway in-
variably receives favourable com-
| ment. The separate dining room

is usually appreciated and also
the small study and long wide
verandahs. A property well worth
viewing if real value for money
is wanted.

BUNGALOW. St. James Coast.—
Charmingly s i t uate d seaside
home, well elevated above sea
level with over % an acre ef well
1 laid out private gardens containing
, Jawns at front and rear, many
varieties flowering shrubs and
trees. Private bathing cove with
good safe bathing. There is an
L-shaped roofed verandah lounge,
dining room, 4 bedrooms, garage
and servant's quarters. in-
vestment in this fashionable area
where this type of property always
retaing a good capital and rental



value,

“COOLMORE:” Pine Hill —
Modern Bungalow constr in
1939 with 18” stone w and

heavy asbestos roof. There is
large L shaped living room,
coulis Dea with built-in
war bes, Kitchen, pantry, ser-
vant’s kitchen, bathroom with
tub and shower, solar heating
installation, garage and 2 ser-
vants rooms. The grounds of
about % an acre are heavily
wooded with mahogany and Flam-
boyant trees and the lawns and
stone flagged terrace are In a se-
cluded walled garden. Attractive
location close to town,

“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
grllgzics, 2 reception, dining room,

bedrooms, kitchen, pantyy,
storeroome, anise le ete.
commen at the greatly
price now asked,




BUILDING LAND.

plot of land approx:
adjoining “Miramar,” St, James.
Available to buyer.
Other building sections from a %
to over 4 acres also for sale on
this coast.

St. James

| “COUNTRY HOUSE", St, John
—A pleasant 2 storey property,
stone built with shingled roof,
Completely redecorated recently,
Accommodation comprises 2 living
rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, pan-
tny, storerooms, garage, servant's
quarters etc, Wide lawn, numer-
ous fruit trees and good vegetable
garden. Well recommended at
price quoted,

“WINDY W1iiLOWS"—Prospect,
St James. Unfurnished house on
coast, with 3 bedrooms, 1
verandah, overlooking sea
Immediate possession.

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





house,

“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
James. — Large 2 storey stone
house of sound construction lo-
cated on over % an acre of
coast land with 160 feet of sea
frontage First class sandy beach

and good safe bathing. The house
has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation on
ground floor. In our opinion
this property would be eminently
suitable for conversion into a
Guest House. Low figure required.

“HILL CREST", Bathsheba.
Substantially built modern stone
bungalow on the brow of
cliffs affording fine view of
pooh coast line. There
three good bedrooms, livi one,
2-sided gallery, ‘a
quarters and

proposition at the low figure asked,

“KIMBOLTON”, 2nd Avenue,
Belleville. — A very solid 2-storey
stone built house in good position
on corner of 2nd Avenue and
Pine Road. Good residential area
near schools and town. The house
has 2 reception, dining room,
jong gallery overlooking lawn, 3
bedrooms and all main services.
This property offered at a most

Sensonahye figure to effect an early
sale.

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

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

| FLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4640

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a AQUATIC CLUB
CINEMA

with much regret

that the Management
announces that after

Thursday, September
27th

the Club’s Cinema will
be CLOSED. Due to the
s mall attendance of
Members, for quite some
time, the Management
has been reluctantly
forced to make this
decision.

Owing to the large
number of Cinemas now
operating in the Island it
is not possible for the
Club always to show
New Films as formerly;
and, as most of the Mem-
bers wish to see Pictures
at their first showing,
there is not sufficient
patronage to keep the
Club’s Cinema running.

16.9.51.—1 wk.

NOTICE
to the
PARISHIONERS

of
ST. MICHAEL,

The Vestry of St.
Michael will appreciate
it if all owners of Trees,
which are over-hanging
Highways, and so shad-
ing the rays of Street
Lamps, will co-operate
by either trimming these
trees themselves, or by
giving the necessary per-
mission for them to be
trimmed, so that the full
benefit of the light can be
obtained. :



E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael’s
yany-

FURNITURE
AUCTION

“AIRY HILL”
St. George

WeDNnaD 3) A

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We are favoured with instruc-
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tions sro oe. a eg
dispose of the very fine

of Mahogany and other Purniture
as listed below, A day for the
afternoon

Connoisseur, Viewing
and

prior to sale 2 to 4 p.m.
morning of Sale at 9 a.m.

1947 Hillman Ten Saloon. Mile-

gelined, Excellent Condition
throughout. For Sale between 1
and 2 p.m.

Kidney Table, Very Fine Oval,
Square, Round and Miniature Tip-
Top Tables, Square Dining Table,
6 Dining Chairs and 4 Carvers to
match, Small Serving Table, China
Cabinets, Sideboards, Tea Trolley,

Liquor Cabinet, 6
Seats and

(Medium and Small),
Ended Settee, Butler's Tray
Stand, Dressing Table Tausane
mirror), Dressing Table (Glass
top, ple Mirror, and Stool)
Washstand, Pr. Single
with Vono Springs,
Tables, Wardrobe with
Mirror inside), saataaee py
able Dressing irror,
Clothes Horse, ALL THE ABOVE
IN MAHOGANY:

rted Upholstered 3 Piece
Suite with loose Cushions ana
Spring Arms, Westinghouse Radio-
gram, Saman Radio Table, Pr.
Wicker Chairs, Leather Arm Chair,
ee ible and Stool,

itsman'’s Table, Small. Writ-

Bookease, Deal

tion),
Plate, 2 Burner
Stove and Large Oven, Hanging

Pressw
Cooker,
Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools
and Equipment, Lawn Mower,,
Buckets, Chicken Wire, Length
of Hose ete, 4 Servants’ Cots,
Child's Tricycle, Cine Camera
Projection Screen.

CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER

AUCTIONEERS

Jenna ¥4. Btadon
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A.F.S., F.V.A.
Phone 4640
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= MAN WHO ESCAPED! GOVERNMENT NOTICES oughing, Strangling Asthma, <<
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By JON HOPE @ Does every picture sell a PART ONE ORDERS
ee month will see the pub- stery? din children’s books, ac- B i ur in in es \ )
ns al f wrtinen hes i < } . mire
licatior fa remal kable book cording to leading London circu- Lieut.-Ool. . OONNELL, OBE. £ DBD, Do you have attacks of Asthma or Bron- | Canada, had tost 40 Ibs. #uffered cough- | i}
written in the 16th century lating library chief, Cadness Page, Commanding Chitie so bed that you choke and gasp for ing. hoking and strangling every night \, 5
: ‘ . ¥ e ae, ‘ =n’ ow, ” = rea and can't sleep Xo you cough #0 | couldn't sleep, expected to die endece }\
It i the autobiograph of the amewer is gdh emphatic “Yes a THE BARBADOS REGIMENT ‘ hard you fest like you were being rup- | stopped Asthma spasms firm night-and*- | { ?
Elizabethan John Gerard, a Jesuit Not so children’s book author | mee - 6 14 Sept. 1951 tured? Do you feel weak, unable to work, | has had none since in over two years i”
; priest, whose daily ife was as Noel Streaffeila (she has written | Seamed? oo. oo — ee ae ee oe oe -
hazardous as a Resistance Group- eight popular books). “Treasure | , ——— a oe Regimental Headquart eo Tr “No matter how tons you have suffered or Soe eto our nood and i
«nF , s Ali ran L at imenta ‘ ers at 17 © jursday 2 ri . ,
er in World War II Island, Little Women, didn’t need | ser HG Coy coritiiies apetiulivts trating “A” ‘Goy ae Gauniled by Coy | wet yeu Dave ies, tere @ new Seve Sa helping nature You ot the effects ‘of r
_Gerard, ordained in Rome in illustrations,” she says } Comd; and “B” Car continue? firing the A MC ®" Cay is sllotted the | Gace. No dopes, bo smomee, Na Injections. Asthma. In no time at all Mendsco may , .
1588, landed in East Anglia from Boys’ writer Eric Leyland (30) miniature and open ranges no atomizer. All you do is take (wo taste- — —_— SS ae = j > ECT THESE }
5 ‘ . : ve i : ' . | Signal Platoon teas tablets at meals and your attacks seem | *tronge 7 We ¥ = wee SEL y ~
a rowing boat. He was disguised books) protests feelingly “How | ee a ‘ : Thursdeve, | to Vanish lke magic. In 3 minutes Mendaco | money back guarantee. You be the judge
as a country gentleman. His many writers are ever satisfied | — mAOaE pemERe Continuas an Mondaye, Wednesdays ant THinr te) | Gauss Werblog Untough your bined ciding ek ach Was anil Shae’ waeee eh " +p,
subsequent activities — preaching, with artist’s conception of their Band practices will be held on Monday 17, Wednesday 19 and Thursday '20 | S8ture yh ap he | Mendace just return the empty package \ BRARLY !!
converting—landed him in the characters?” Se si RE sound sleep the first night so that | AUS L40S Get’ wendace from your chem:
{ Tower of London. But Gerard _ But at a Quiz organised by W. Reeruite soon feel years younger and stronger | (2) today and see how well you sleep to- EXERCISE BOOKS 40 and 80 page



escaped, survived to tell his story.

H. Smith and Son all agreed that
His original manuscript was lost

one bodk was helped by artist's

2

Recruits will parade for training under their respective scuad instructors on

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ORDERLY OFFICER AND ORDIRLY SEARJEANT FOR WERK ENDING |













s Asthma in 2 Years

Mendaco not only brings almost immedi-











night and how much-better you wil! feel
tomorrow The






PENCILS and PENCIL BOXES
DRAWING BOOKS and CRAYONS



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when Napoleon racked ome. But col jon-—Alice In “Wonder- 24 SEP 51 ip thes ayutoms to wand om futere attache” Mendaco feo poe oo SLATE and SLATE PENCILS
a 174 century copy manu~ . Orderly Off: Lieut. S. G. Lashley instance. hards, Hamilton. . | Ends Asthma & Bronchitis * Hay Fever J INTAIN PENS
seript (in Latin) " = Stoyinien One for the road. Sir Robert| | Orderly Serjeant si i Sit Springer. W \ s sper SS — =) RULERS end ERASERS
College Library. From this, Bruce Lockhart has written | N**t om Sate oo. ota, ©, ek Sea fr GRAPH and SCIENCE BOOKS
Philip Caraman has produced a book about whisky. He calls it, | faery “Serieant @ Sit Quint, LG “0 . y } ) {
new translation. naturally—Scotch. It will be! M D. Sk o Ma TAYLOR \ VPEC {Al BLENDED RU \| 5 Large assortment of Text Books including }
s Time: March, 1939. Scene: issued in October. Sir Robert | ea dee KM j j A \ LAYNGS ARITHMETIC BOOK, Complete
t. Martin’s Theatre, London, A grew up near a whisky distillery. The Barbatios Regiment a ee ir heh | ROYAL READERS and SCHOOL PRIMERS
mew play by, Aubrey Deniers - ae were | distillers, Spain ale naan: OEE CONES (With The Distinctive Flavour) ; GEOGRAPHY OF THE WEST INDIES |
r ed se ra run. d moment Sir Robert is bac! Bs A S REGIMEN SERIAL NO. 29 oy” Mss eT ID INSTRUCTORS
Hitler rang the curtain up on war, in the whisky country, busy on | 4TH SEPTEMBER, 151 a NO i “ = ; PITMAN’S SHOR ste aes CT )
and the curtain down on the play, another book. He will call this| | Srrenatn INCREASE — Altectation eee is the Blend you need for all occasions. See that you ) ere ee : )
any ont Mids on int aces ° > , et a | . SaN Se atat® Englist ‘rench, Latin and Spanish
Danvers Walker hae “maa “his which he Oeghlty entitiod to bel Soe a La. sccec CC have a full supply on hand at all times } ee. 5 eee ee
‘S- s s is 4 Re, t ¢ 11 Sep & ’ ° r
story of a cockney family’s day regarded as an outstanding Rolenetioes = eee ae é
in Camden Town in a hot July authority. 276 Pte Howard, G.S A” Co Reinstated and taken on strength © : ‘e - - -
into a novel, to be published this World Copyright Reserved, PROMOTION ee ee eee sey Mt ..... To Enjoy Wt ;
autumn, —L.E.S. L/Cpl Walker, G Bn HO ‘Promoted to Corporal wet 1m Sep 51 ROBERTS & Cx)
| M. L. D. Skewes-Cox, Major e .
i . s.o F & Adjutant, )
The Barbados Regiment Ol
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THE LOCKED PULPIT | JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. | No.° HIGH STREET—DIAL 33

NEW YORK.
DLOCKS, each with a Nazi
swastika seal, bar the pulpit
of the Methodist Church at Lake
Charles, Louisiana.

This is the protest of the minis-
ter, ex-paratroop chaplain William
Byrd, against what he calls “per-
secution” of the town’s _news-
papers by the district attorney,
Griffin Hawkins.

For years professional gamblers
infested nightclubs and taverns

THE OLD RED HOUSE

i Paes Andrei Gromyko ar-

rived in America in time to
find the sheriff foreclosing | the
mortgage on one of his old Ameri-
can homes, He rented the former
mansion of J. Pierpont Morgan
when he was a UNO delegate. In
{ts 45 rooms 77 Russians once
lived. Glen Cove, Long Island
township, is taking it over for un-
paid taxes. It will become a free
Bchool for local children. The

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BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL

TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12

October, 1951: —
(1) FRESH BREAD
(2) ALCOHOL
(3) COFFINS, and providing HEARSE for the burial of the
dead at the Westbury Cemetery









o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th September, 1951, for supplying
articles in the following lines for a period of six months from dst |





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around Lake Charles (pop. 15,791). taxes were due from the owner— cai SH MILK, between 1 and 200 pints a day Pests 5 | L a
The police winked at their activ- not from Stalin. Wiese 4 ahha J . Pe —eentee ” ¥
ifies. orms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application Pineapple ” ) } Holbrooks Sauce—Bottles ie x

Minister. Byrd-.and sKetinéth CONTROLLER QUITS to the Secretary of the General Hospital and tenders will not be * Guavas | Wolbrooks Sauce . This new and delightful “Lime Cologne
Dixon, managing editor of Lake IFE for a price-controller in| entertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Hospital x Fruit Salad Horlick’s Matted specially prepared for the Tropics—in the
Charles American Press, organ- America is even unhappier Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters | % a t . Milk ss Tropics is available in both Plain at 60c. and | L
ised People’s Action, an anti- than of a negotiator of film| from two other persons known to ‘possess property, expressing their Corn Flakes Virol x Mentholated at 84c. per bottle
gambling “underground,” whose agreements with Britain’s Board | willingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the Wetabi Mayonaise x \ 0
oe did not know each other. of Trade. So Eric Johnston, once | contract. 1% Seadaeend oe : x When you next require a first class toilet
dentine’ ‘noliite ee cutbens tore a4 yA nha, ae _ Terms of contract and any further particulars may be obtained g Jams and Marmalade em Sones x em hae “Tropex Lime Cologne” and \ G
dragged in the reluctant police turn to the presidency of the |°" application at the General Hoapitel ie a. & See Meat Balls > oe. Seen
and got 83 gamblers arrested. Motion Picture Association. 14.9.51—3n, e.0.d Ps Peanut Butter—Bots. Mutton & Peas ,, s Manufactured | ; |

Now Hawkins has laid charges NO-HIC TOWN © y Cherries " GOLDEN ARROW RUM — oa : estat (Bt |
against Dixon and four other news- - Te e s rT | KET ’ ‘ |
men. He accuses them of de- yee. victim Jack O'Leary, x = 4 ril ARC HER of
faming him and three admittted after two racking years, had Se we "2 % 7 > 1e . * . . . ; E
gamblers. a respite on a frip last year to tae k 4 1s PERKINS aA € O.. LTD. % —No. 12 Swan Si. ‘

Says Minister Byrd: “A pad- Phoenix, Arizona. His hiccups we as or © Ms Roebuck Street DIAL 2072 & 4502 %
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AN UNWELCOME TUBBING for this horse and jockey after they had made a false landing in the

Grand Steeplechase of Waereghem, part of the Belgian Grand Prix. —P

ANOTHER TORNADO
SERIES STARTED

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The Annual Competitions of the
Barbados Rifle Association wil . 38 : me
uence tucbeitce: ais Gk cet Vamoose Claims Honours
Stage of the shoot for the Trum- }
peter Cup. Thi hoot is eligible #®y Our Yachting Correspondent. | Fi Serie the majority o |
for all members of the Associa- The First Regatta of the ne hei were till green but]
tion. The best 16 scores registered Tornado Yachling Serie in th ow know how to handle}
in the initial stage will qualify for preparation for the Trinidad tour the oat It should be inter-|
the final stage which takes place "ext month sailed in Carlisie esting to see if Cyclone can end}
at the Government Range on Octo- Bay yesterday afternoon For p with the first three at the emd
ber 13 at 2.00 pan. To this shoot merly three boats, Vamoose, ( of thi ew series and eventually
the public are invited. clone and Edril were chosen but make the tour }
For. many years now the com I was told that there Was son Varme e was again outstanding
petition for this Cup has been vy grumbiung netwer os an hi but Jack Leacock at the
Keen. ‘I'ne families of some of the Imsmen These boat would Zephyr must be con-
ae 5 ete . have made the trip if it wa i for his good judgment
marksmen turn out to w'tness the expected, the tour had taken place in the second round. His position
snoot The Cup wa pie me it this month A cable from Trini- at the end of the first round was
the BR A. by the British Amer dad received by the Association fifth After clearing the western
can Tobacco Co., Barbados L fixed the tour for next mont mark jin tl econd round he took
The Team Shoot was held yes- I am extremely pleased to see a northern course. The other
terday and was won by bit© that the Association has sufficient boat followiyz Vamoose, tacked
Team. The total is out of 100 an tinfe to hold this new seric After south zephyr overtook them and
representing Blue were; Mr M. RK all, one would expect grumbling y I third position
DeVerteuil 95, Lt. Col. J. Connell when Cyclone, which sailed in the iv drphti enone
94, Major O.F.C, Walcott 92, Mr rst Series but did not take part ,, sr ; icippe red og ” Teddy
H. F. Cuke 90 and Mr. M.A the Second, was choser Ih Yampo kippered by )
= ; Hoad, Swansea with Noel Emtage
Tucker 87. jee . : it the helm, Zephyr, skippered by
_ Blue scored 458 while Red he % ea Jack Leacock, Breakaway, skip-
Gaon ar for Resa place a B dos W in pered by George Hoad, Edril,
420. FP e1gnt bes CORSE ‘ the day out of 100 vA 1 ¢ ae R Ey sab . a with Eruce ‘Hailion at tire
DeVerteuil 95, Lt. Col. J. Connel! W l P | ig vl ka Car title ae
94, Maj. O. F. C. Walcott 92, Mr a er Oo 0 en cuetanes Se axboe Pe ve
T. A. L. Roberts 92, Capt. C. R. E rm ss y c ~ Cyclone skippered by George
Warner 92, Mr. H. F. Cuke 90, Mr I esl Games Coon, aaa Siecaes acnbered
O. Shepherd 90 and Mr. T. G by John Bladon.
McKinstry. 90 By PAUL FOSTER The majority were fairly well |
The light, although fairly bright, i yunched together at the start
produced conditions which pre- PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 15, Shortly after going around the
vented good definitbn, The wind 3arbados won both of the Test western mark Vamoose crept away
was gusty especially at the 300 matches played at the Trinidac from the others. She kept the lead




















Appointed Canon

Consequent on
ment of the Rev, Canon H.
Hutchinson to be Archdeacon of
Barbadcs, and Canon of the Stall
of St. Ignatius, the Lord Bishop
has appointed Rev, C. Cé Conliffe,

YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT

From CODRINGTON
Rainfall; .35 inch
Total Rainfall for month to
date; 5.46 ins.

Cart And Car
In Accident

Wiliam Bailey of St
Gap, was treated at the

the appoint-

yards bank but it settled down Yacht Club to-night. The Barba- and was ort, ve the ay
fairly steady at 500 yards. This dos men snatched a slender victory Street mark, Teddy increased his 9.00 p.m.
is the last shoot before the Annual over a strong Trinidad combina- lead and wes St t to ee ce p
Competitions. tion winning the game by the odd *! pM or aoe 9 y nitt ee es a Beg
The total results of the Team goal in three, while the Trinidad Bebra, Pedant Lerane “o-
Shoot are Blue, skippered by ladies went down to a 4-nil defeat. hind Tempest Fourth was Comet Admission $1.00
Lt.-Col, J. Connell, first; Red, a leq followed by Edril which had a
skippered by Major A. DeV. Chase, A crowd of over ahy ie lead of 20 seconds on Zephyr
second; Yellow, skippered by Capt. themselves hoarse and saw tw? breakaway was only a few seconds
J. R. Jordon third and Green, Terie cedia ts er ite behind Zephyr. Thunder Wis OO >>>
skippered by Capt. C. R. &. evenly contestec rom sta © and Cyclone last :
Warner fourth. finish. In both matches the score From this round it could clearly | HOPKINS MEMORIAI
, was 1-nil in favour of the visitors be seen that the wind was smooth #
at half time. but tricky. The sea was calm. In VAN E T
. The Trinidad defence was bril- the second round it was all} CONC R
Band Music liant, Josephine Gatcliffe in goal Vamoos¢ She now had a sood By —
for Trinidad was outstanding lead and after clearing the 1 oe NINETY VOICES CHOIR
47 a Ty ’ ho she ran on to the western mar | ) OF
The Trinidad men’s team who 3 r | POLICE BAND
At Esplanade have greatly improved since their She wee sh nent ees re GUESTS ARTISTS _—
TO-DA) visit to Barbados last November Bay ; ba ‘ wes a nea ae se At GLOBE THEA TRE on
; got their equalising goal when club mai) i. bunt two minutes SUNDAY September ere
The Police Band will render the fol- Smith was out of the water for a at ae Swanses. lowing provramme of Music this eve- a major foul. thead of Tempest. Zephyr was PROGRAMME INCLUDES:
ning at the Bay Street E planed s Bannister scored soon after the third and two conds behind The Choirs. “Think O Lord
ate ni es The conductor Wl" incident to give his team a narrow Swansea Tempest passed 25 - In Mercy”, “Winter”,
ae ‘PROGRAMME win, mds later. She lead Breakaway “Thou Didst Turn = thy
SPANISH MARCH Amparito Roca by more than a minute while Edril face from Me.”
4. Texides was 25 seconds behind. Edril was Guests Artists. “On Wings
JERTUR semiramide ° aes - 7 4 - . me :
OVERTURE Semiramid Cricket At Bank mly half a boat's length in front of Song”, “The Sanctuary
OPERATIC SELECTION H.M.S A ~ of Cyclone and eee ae ee \ of the Heart.” Nell Hall
Pinafore Sullivan "| Vamoose led throughout in the O fest in the Lord.”
aoe: Danke Bee, Hall To-day final Tap. No one could overtake Will Clairmonte.
SEURCTION Squire's popular song A cricket match will be played be! She went on to beat Swan- The Lord's Prayér”
Ord-Hume at the Empire grounds today *¢% the second boat, by Em mar . “Star of God". Georg
SACRED SELECTION Supplicatior oturee: slevens c. ‘ 1d by Mr, Ute and 30 seconds Imptage, | Morris.
Ss. Baynes between elevens captained by MY. 3.0 cea’ skipper, sailed steadily na . .
CHORUS — And The Glory of tt A. Spencer and Mr. R. Innis nel an cans ne bafstake Third Trumpet Concerto”,
Sit are Bs ies Wat The teams are: , was Zephyr, 20 seconds behind ee ee Lovell,
os . 7 . encer’s : > elch Bre Give . p i
Renan ar” tha Pelgate. Spencer's Xi C. Welch, E. swansea, neice ane. "1a Mamori m’
Mendelssohn Waldron, G. Bynoe, C. Best, A. A. Edril finished fourth over a min- | D = 9) ns 3 an's
HYMN 282 A & M --Be Thou my Spencer (Capt.) C. Bowen, Craigg, yte behind Zephyr. She was fol- | Jesiring : Beet voven’s
MIN 7 A sw For atl the E. Burke, I, Harris, C. Yearwood, lowed by Breakaway, Comet, Cy | Funeral March in B
ort gains L. Bynoe, and R. Walcott. clone and Tempest Minor.
GOD SAVE THE KING Inniss’ XI H. Mandeville, C. The Second Regatta of this All proceeds to be used
Atkins, R. Inniss (Capt.) C Series will be sailed at 10.30 . pees é 3. “Hopki
Quintyne. M. Wood, C. Weod, ©. o'clock this morning Memoria ablet.
; iff teid, t ; P , Admiss y Programme
2 Reid, O. Fields, C. Dipeza, ( Admission by rogramm
Rev. C. C. Conli Matthews, and S. Gitten | one Shilling each. On Sale
| | at Cole’s Printery and
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Rector and Rural Dean of St. Hospital and discharged after the ‘Temperature: 74.5 °F.
Peter as Canon of the Stall of push cart which he was operating Wind Velocity 4 miles per
St. Cyprian in the Cathedral. was involved in collision with the ony,

Rev. A. F. Mandeville, Rector GbR car M.1366, owned and Barometer: (9 am.) 20.975
of Christ Church has also been Criven by Mohammed Patel of (11 am.) 29.969
appointed Rural Dean of St, Passage Road, along Dayrells
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Meringue* and Cake-ould at ion and boundhi* vtm.iv al than haattate. It a Maurice Pf"!" n n "J* ls Miss ^""J'k. najiuraiiy be laauirad in yourn.-. Man ncafleni cuiBendrix. his Ion nicely curdled playlnif her lasl %  caaa tin tn< -p,,,. u>ll eeaearni %  young selection. And when making your 51m-, therefore together with !) %  < into hate, who %  oawaraal candraa with poitce and miiiioi.anc pU>boy man ted u> choice from the i.,.,.. .1. t 1.. and cool Patio, tha aim l'arkis. reporter,for her audience. ttfu] woOian doctor. Among Zanhlrhrn, youTI raaambar 1117 bedioonis and friendly atiway, using his Swanm. is brilliant ,,, f>^ many faulU is an all-consumthat Ihey deal 1.1 ...ng to order— ,,.; ;,,..,,• hava aaaal en In schoolboy son as an innocent %  * Sawond and her ttaWl n,l J 1 M 0u .' y ". J".'?, ,lljl1 dei.iiLs 1.,, thai rtrj \ 1 QuaM House and euattfa, d ~yH eehiSusMauTana •* %  ,m •*• H,T, ,_;. ,ne Wwardt. juM..:... %  parator. but he brings in Sarah's *^^SSSTtS, JSS 1" li'i. " £* ^ "K??fi£S ' %  ,B r, " "" * rah. .1 1. -unvaniantl.' 1 patient He also has a habit of yt(|) „, hacking up on hor-nune of eondudvn to a happy Wh||( yo#j ^ Ilo ^ u MatUda, you'll carulnly n %  .-...it/iug around yo 1 Thli nWalj itrull tram and ganaan adtb this ]., aom ,„, ttlU at lam Knapsack Sprayer from t l U-adtng dafHUtmantal and Australia. Designed to fit on bardwan store* m Low) diary. loeated%  nd tmn nr c within ea> 1 to the naturalistic acting of WdUam Hulden as the unwilling It 1^ men-ly .1 Poaalbla Exhibit iiiuiM'-guivl and lover. Miss But it is utterly moving, gwanaon has not spared hei %  ith its cry fa COTher appearance and ba. %  ih.n ... '-*Tyou „ B rupt human love." And n exLntkm of the tanner st.n. Uvtrif thing plalni to llaurfca Sarah'i vow. m j,-r peat gu.n and laananoual; he? withdrawal. drmanduiK homage 'nan all. is magi"' ...:nent. QlllUa, ,, ur nf 1 (i nuu JUT'SI.Man r>K...ua, ....-a b. WUllam HoMen „iv raconclMl and U w. he .. > %  '"' <• %  •'* %  ""' %  '•"'•"'" > "'••> and Meat ( %  .. "Km.. -V %  ,t ucwng.SrSn M..,..,t,.,f T f, %  ;^277CI,!I i : % "S!r than ParfcU. A hound irhlppad rnoral itamlna. it U %  very d.mromance, and they live hannery .^ remayung at H & (. cha 1, .„ ..., lh „,.,,, ,.,„„, .idt wti> and Mr Holden has ever at'.I lcnor *-* % %  P"4B f 6 1 0 "' French MMW system. th• k.n. Erich Taking paii in this utter nonetock an cofitojatad^Cal-eolpeal v. voui Watert 1 ton promarried life. Heno BoUowi am m afath t man feels he must do gon 1 %  dahle—and that's % %  .1 pioblem arises. However %  hero and heroine are eventu1 by love—and hah Hi n bnrcb. In handled It wU if,,, dark, afltfon tha fllelur ol von snuJaim |a ouvtandmg a* v fa a r r j light at the altar, he pleads. No. devoted servant, and the scene In Barb.. 1 a Male who : M) %  again. "I which he plays an old organ, with have stayed at home. ha*Wtt*l got the sireimth. Pleaae. ,, a i r 0 f white cotton gloves on, Maurice, hove a bit of mercy %  .,11 u sinister. Aftvrwmxis she wideto bun. g Hedda Hopper. y I shall meet you on H. B. Warner, Anna Q. Nllsson and I'-ik aid Shifts 24 and 2d gaure and a %  /idea light better lnrge MWnOt* of tha raRMMI U'>nml Iligl, Tempcraui" 1 CaaaaW and Fireclay mn ^ u the conunor id than I won't [\ h ,. , .-, timi about C!ii or an>UM.-CIKHI, photography, thing else. But what's lhe_ good? mU sic are nil excellent. 1 boDavo ahare'i %  Ood 1 bauav) h# whole bag t tricks. I have %  aught ueli.-f l.kr a he had seen a priest, and there is a formula called "Baptism of desire." ,..1 and different. •THK FRtHiMtN" Few people realize that there The tender-cruel wooing In the 1 a little known b ranch of the ihurch is the apex of Graham, armed forces whose acttnlw Greene'.' In lli.iid yal wan htory. up to now. 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I'M.I I KMT M All IV \l>\<" VI I %  IMill -.I'THIbH It. l-r.l BARBADOS f_ .1 Pttaud *i l*. UMMI AmOGffE rifU*u>a Sinui.n Scpicn.lici Mi Lt5l Italian* %  tun to tboM dairii : M | td llM atlnUM K<>;uliillons : Health prt.i uJd only (unction it and thai no Uceocea would !.' i tny dairies In the City van, Xho majorit) >f Inn Commlnriontn oi Health of Si Mil be-opposed d the Rcgulut mist the owners "i dairies still functioning within the ( 11 i ( enrnfav M ivised that %  mpowmd to prosecute 1 bound to do so and indeed %  rule although any tines which may be imposed would be paid over io tht i u ol i i %  kith "i Bl Michael. DOMtian is one in which SO many conflicting pnncij iont so thai many persons appear unable to sort them out and deal with the most important. The matter wind ."mainly perturbed the Commlationera during lm weak was the iact that it might be suggested that by their failure to take action Ihey wic acquiescini; In .< branch ol the law. Tin:, u certainly an agped ol tRe Situation which requires careful CO) Laws should not be made which are either unenforceable or which it is not intended to enforce. On tin Other hand, in recent years so many of the established principtoeon which legislation In years past was based have been ignored that it is difficult for legislator tn know what shall be the measuring stick by which they should test and examine legislation, In former years the aim was h-i legislation to interfere as little as possible with the individual and with the rights which he had acquired. Today the demands of public health and new concepts of the function of the State in relation to the members of the state has occasioned aver Increasing interference with the individual by means ol legislation. ;. ( |.il r;..i\ l.r (.Mlllpulsohly acquired, the rights which he has had for centuries In his land may be confiscated and actions which he has been doing for n,:i\ be rendered illegal overnight. Much of this interference may be justified by the conditions of modern life but those to whom the task ol legislation is entrust ed should still scrutinies most carefully any proposi Islation which interferes with private rights and should do all in then power to lessen the hardship which such Interference usually occasions. Such, however, are apparently not the principl) i which actuate the rnernberi of the G i Board of Health. Their duties ore primarily to %  arqguard the health of Unpeople of this island. Towardl Ibis end They made the Dairy Regulations. Under these Regulations as many people as are so disj>,is.u ii;.iv keep as many cows as they please so long as the milk they obtain from the COU Ll II 't gold. They cm give away all the milk hut they cannot sell it. The inconsistency apparent in such Regulation! brought forth the Mggeatlnci hat the licensing system should be adopted. Yeai i sme problem arose in respect of the keeping of pigs within the City and ii was provided that no pigs could be kept unless the owner obtained a license to do so. Obviously the license would not i>e granted unless the owner had • %  I facilities for doing so in %  ..!> %  manner Is it impossible for the General Board of it., m to realise thai .i mistake has been made and thai tbl I • I %  • better and more pray of dealing with the natter? Will i" n: i.o't thai the law cannot be changed for one man'' Surely the more people that can be exempted from the provisions of onerous legislation the better and how much rnore with those principles which have actuated legislators %  I past. The disagreement between the General Board of Health and the Commissioners of Health of St Michael is most unseemly. The Board has strict legality on its side, the %  eve lustice and rommoniill theirs The lust solution would be to effect a compitMniae such as outlined above by which no cows could be kept in the City area unless the necessary sanitary prefi ere first complied with. In SUCh .i way the health Of the i" ']>le atui > of their milk would be pi'i wit: hardship and inj;. SOI Til AFRICA THK stevedores seem intent on making living conditions in this island ever ll Not cmtent %  living i y their they ha.e now that i) refusing \<> unload s. u*a A %  tees and make them change their racial policy Now this newspaper detests the racial policy of the Union ol South Africa and has said so time and again; but before the waterfront to any haatyi and Ineffectual plan are teal it our dut> to counsel them to think the matter over carefully No good comes of cutting i '' onel noes to spit, ana's toed Since Dr. Malan came into pT\l~ ~sSi"Mo*sad*i Tatkt nT 6ta*u** dou" Kr ,i**f ope*4id N^y luutd. Good (—*•* j ^\ ~£ vo4T\ .f H* CO" ** ft%^ i^t^£m%rt IO _".!* 1 J%**0lla~v*. %  S#w UTUo US* j-f M CwJifct" AwmiW i ** ^ JtT*iwti^ ^Qll< OnUtUA 11 % %  I > 11 **rr%uri CuOp* — fownd 1M |W*4 to pwl aM w f>&bA Jtti< At* a^-ui Vinu^mtkim aUd UJ saaaajma I OLLI N S' DESK .....I IIKKI.T MARRIMANS REPORT TO TRUMAN The IIVIi<'ogif'i' rMiis Oil Age I m II i IIHBVsm ery I %  t wn the ill w< i \t timi IMD !• an con sifht of Intrr-tiiv hell %  %  %  rilnrd Io lr-ik on th< h< lit oj let i H Uv fon RM that • %  .. otd u tUitiR Uiloni Brit Mil n wai In tf07 that neol imtina i have deacrlbad at length the Ml iifluopter IT..v dvtl protPMUJ of helicopters in jilthl Two years l.ilvr. Uor I' %  -m* "teted thnt this country What of the mlll. who am his name la r itmK it on UM t.try'' In this Beld th."windmilltuday Uiemoet wiiu-i. 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Cables. \ Harbour Buoys and all metal work buried under^ ground or in proximity to the sea. a o %  : VIOUI *;' Ft poaathat the atandardi ol comfort • Uantk atrvici ;* twill have little relevance to JIO •iglis thHt will %  h-frcquency sor. between Manchester und nrtillery. rescue work Thfi.inc. ambulance, and a UM lleJM triKp carrier. pnwnt of the Hxed-winB lew nih %  ai the In Mnl;iy;i a small R.A.E. helltaroplaM hai twko raetdvad th Hi .( .-opiir unit has already done some Of w..t lioeda, while until alrworlhlnoM f[ p aa aon g er carryremarkably tine work with DragW.l.MOVEUP THE Visit of a West Indian delegation comprised of members of the Reglanal Economic Committee and Sir John Saint to London this month is an event which presages well for the future of these colonies. The occasion ol ttie visit is the meeting of the Commonwealth Ministers to consider methods Of .supply and production. For the lirst time in their history the Weal Indian colonies will be heard in high level discussions which must affect then economic condition. For many years it Was lamented by the Weal Indies thai on those occasions when mattesa affecting the economic interests of these colonies were being diseased, the Weal Indian point ol view was aiw.i. by c.fftcials appointed oy the BaafltaT) Ol State. It was claimed that the Colonial OffleS was in possession of ail the relevant data concerning West Indian trade and commerce but the strongest objection to this method was that it was not even made possible for representatives with the necessary knowledge t. I),, present to act as advisers. One of the most historic occasions when West Indians were shut out from importjtil discussions was the r< vival ol the ("aru*la-West Indies Trade Agreement which had done so much for trade between the two areas. On thai occasion (he West Indies were represented by a Colonial Office official despite the protest to the then Secretary of State and the fact that there were men in these colonies capable and wilhin; to put the case fur the area. The founding of the Regional Kcononiie Committee was hailed in the West Indies as an event of major importance Its work during the short period of existence has been extremely beneticial to the entire Weal Indies But in trie examination of the facts pertaining to the less material welfare of the area it will be seen that the existence of the Committee has given a verve and impetus to the desire for unanimity In handling the problems of the area The West Indies are far from the stage of political development when they can be re i aving dominion status but in the opinion of the British Oovernment ll would be desirable for icpiesentatives of the West Indies to be present at the meeting of Commonwealth Ministers discussing the problems of supply and production. evidence of the fact that the British Govarnmenl that the Weal Indies are growing up and have a right to be heard when questions affecting their welfare are being discussed. i short lime (or onfllcs in lifting wounded and sick i ven "t "!,vennun nut of thick jungles, landtni: %  rn comIn small clearing* in which It 4j pa t" elaar* would be Impossible to put an orrntlfiN dinarv aeroplane down. uhlch "" •i and bavi %  11-14 r-,, i potter the ( Hi. hell, recently the helicopter has been m^ tlxuighl ..I little value as a Unlita modern airrraf m* aircraft. That, I thnik. to the quaaUon "Why has pleUon f paaetnftr machine vith i cabin 2ti Hntish European Airways none ol fc*1 ft I vend by two *""• the big commercial airline* iD550 h p. Atvi pears ti Pas;enger ln| Irms of both Europe and Helicopter* Amern i So after experi:n >nts with UtU Fur man) jrtara, varloua miagthree-waters, we i;re at last proinative schemes—or should one .'agrossing towards r^al pastengt-rfreain*' I .. %  %  I IUI'. AIM i-v.ri In theao we have seen heucoptan the "l";! Not .1 twirling Into the air from i and aerial taxi win-..... %  jumpmir all the traffi. ich was headP/ bl ^ r ,'JSrS^KTeJafc Li rtrtiubilo* Truly It I ifattn ". tro ^ an V ,.^ Z.?.£ JLt aUng thought that om daj wamay *hip. The idea is to equ p some b. able to tlv ttralght from the Thu committal which racanUy ships in a convoy with helicopterf centre of LoOaVn to ihmiddle f i bl bad It rtrat i i-n. crtlmatea which could hunt for enemy subMuiicheiterorBtrminfhan opten will rnarln. thus relieving %  the Navj log all the rend journeys to and be ivallabU In 1964 while Mr rrom having to provide convoy from the Hirp..rts. wh: CMal Rxeeutiva wh light aircraft carraara, Furanl detr.i.t aTeaUy from the adol I n Airways, ha %  istRU' tar ai a naval agtratod recently search for the submarine Naval pilots maintained istiinl Dragonfly patrol over the which the submarine wa> lost. In a future war. merchant ship' niaj carry their own helicopter:lo augment their defences against oai Early this year trials %  van curled out by the Roya'. Navy using Westland-Sikorsky Dragonflles from the fleel supply ship fort Duquesne. Out in thi ;,W;;',-, Channol. ,,,„ n !" „l .ha. .v.n to ..Ih,.,,. Kiuh_ca nd hlh windi 1. 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There are %  nil w mi ind now Uv Londoa-Bli i lected hellatla engei ei vices, and insham flights Deliberately, B.I A copter i> 22.0OO ll The helicopter the civilian use of the helicopter U has lost money In order \<> (all 0 m.ph. Md tO ..irinaii carriage in LM experience: the little Sik.rsk% s Hellcoptei aervleaa layi UM Angalaa and Chicago, though then M*s cannot pay except nt fu e wouiii be of relativ.l> I %  pi i t<-d helicopter taxi aerwhUh would attract DO %  '' p 50 un r example, would take is tm mar* than the time it lakes to -:t •> helicopter against fl 2 h" % %  i ike oil horn, aaj the Sti moreover, waterproof and resistant to most types of * acids and alkalis. ; PRICK: S1.72 per J-Oallon Tin § For bos. results, .he following ins.ruelions should sj be carefully followed :— For new work, apply 2 coaK of BLACK BITUMINOCS P UNT. '•BITUGUARD" For previously painled work, rub down .horouRhly. clean, and apply 2 cenls of 'BITUGUARD' BLACK BITUMINOUS PAINT. When in doubt — SMK01 "INTERNATIONAL" —and be safe. miin.b lourtu \ ENTERNATIONAL PAINTS LTD. DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AgenU. rail; Glasg"" lo r4ottlnghai U ...i ol 8 hr. strony con r in ton thai, so far __ eaptml resotircvs and olher oa~ ilortal preoccupations u-ill allow opmew l of helicopteri %  utla6le for ctmirnrrciot operafloii i..l).v and mr.ttnw lh.reqidrcoienrj one 2 2 characterijnes u"hieh we havr i>.dleaied should be intensified That ~€Ul!iSl\G" FEELMXGU Our Rc'actWs Say: I I svful I'ur/Hw l -,. %  I Bin i read aitl %  '• '• i -.iin'i in thti mornlni ith the i % %  %  %  %  'ustoms enforcing tinIve to the removal 'i the warohouses within I As one Who hI eapertenca i em ol tha ihtit under the pn %  4 the ptroUei I tha fouowuig i HI %  artaln clas. of In,i octal % in the past used the* %  ..'.. for his goodto thi maul of OUM i creating a block to his goods prompt I v (21 There is another class of Importer wh.> %  .me in aotnc -vu-e buying Io drafts when pn B h he cannot dneuments to I duty pay his goodl %  %  a bo: i i block now be controlled. I am of tha cfdnlon thai Dura is a great need <>f man %  move on md deliver the II appeari t.> me thai the exbMotdon "i the lime hunt .if 10 days to IS or 20 ..ke Mie •.g \o the ahortage erf warehouse aecomm"•f • l lot of goo would lie delivered carao fi":i the next -tip BTOUld nive and h to bl the aoluUon to this problem is the cointruction of .1 deep I AgaBU cannot le e\i .1 .:.• sums of n %  %  they know what t-< going to le n of The Government regarding a deep ater harbour Thanh • %  %  PROGRESS Scout* Sa\ Thank* cats. ^bc 2nd period ol 9 da) > i would like to your staff, for your keen Intera us diiniiK oui %  tea m your beautiful Island. PPart and publicity given ui through your Nawapaper wai most encouraging and grallfyinit and for thii we are deeply grateI should aln like to thank thi i iiblk fur tha wakomi extendei Ut, and especially to the man\ .ud around Id who did all m their power to make out % %  The programme arranged rnabkgj u% tu aae mam o be B %  >. % % %  Spots of the Island. Aiinun; %  %  mentioniiig are your "Animal %  re of tht lOVOtteet scenes we have %  f.it seen Another is the I : The boot rules we took, the Camp flrcN am held, the manyfriends and ilrother S. met will indelibly remain m our <• %  < mor* %  Yours Sincerely JOSEPH A B. JAHAM. on bob %  .'• %  %  ri'ssi; I'epartment. f HOT lamtted. Point lTrinidad, HW I 12th September. 1951 ^ Not only on ihe deck of a miMlern liner but right on Miur lawn under it smiline. moon in-iiie,ht Sil back and sip A (itHHIARDS I.Ol.Il KK.\II> KIM mixed with a CANADA I>RV GINGER. You'll be delighled with lhat CRUISING FKEI.I.NG.



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M Mi \\ M I'M MBI.K If. 15I si \im \I1\()( \ri I'M.I I l\ I I m 111 'ahrinktam .i"li-i !• aiajfM ili-minnm'.' Thai Ihr |n|IMHM m.t|i|i*tl lor liritain *. K.t\ Wilding in DALY'S DREAM VUKK CROWDS of us—reporters. Cameramen, autograph hunt! i hundred assorted Damon Kur.y.m .1 .. %  .nd pressed our puny and unavailing way .'. rjl irritated New York cops guax: I to talk to J nvma> world headlines. Mr IfrCM % %  an • PtnUip* •a n aut I Shram |> Hwtn I %  *-* b Ptl.llla* TM1 BOWIINO ANALV1M O M 1 D CrulligM. IS • 1 F Ham. • S 1 *<•. 1 r %  i h no, aft n • OUt—w V % % %  •h*Ham* < dlxaow h Mi eComl* •* r *Kcr Mr V%  raafeaf roairr nol out ganm faM %  %  I %  M %  %  .. %  rom i \ i .'Mm M Pll*— Iri lnalB|> %  kMhman c l—i. %  > Mi I • %  <•' I Kiag Ford* p VVilfcmaon .Vi I ftmilli Mprrn %  !*;. b ML. M .. . r fc 11. lb i Tot-. %  iraMa i > i n %  %  .•.: w • M SMS*! lN(i ANALYSM O at I tanh K"i SEPT. 16 NO. 189 The Topic of Last Week Oj II lOIUdl M * r c >n i.i ( % %  < %  • %  i --i aiMit' %  t> Ormintar a Ui I • Ma..! •AY WILDING %  How do )roU Dkc that, letting through?" yipped the .smallest of ..ui "Aw. shuddup : who that big guy is?" adnioni*n<'d hi* slightly larger companion. "That limey in Hay Wilding and he'll rate s million bucks one year from now. He's gonna le the next world heavy-weight champecn, 50 be your age, and shuddup That corner-of-lhc-mouth forecast oould inright on I %  cpl U1.1t th>' hlnitil. lit istle-topped looking beyond bucks. Call it pounds % %  sillng and von would lie nearer the mark. Three JM n ha was 19 Ra> Wilding • 1 pan In %  < raUwai yard-n in Northmen. Cheshire Six pt Mill! too much t . x afartaa With a mother and kid ana and fTtilillM t" %  i.-Tit cottage 1 d cons. His IV: 15/roatee would have prophesied for the Ray Wilding was a ILtatlma %  troll toward H km, irnpeded by moping; 1 at at .bit km department ir anyone though! dtfl WO 1 M %  -. H pell shortly being urgni t< aecepi an rngageme-it ring thai will knock aap -if admiF* atton. Life began for Etsq pal. ikit> Rol erl 1 ID hln to Stajp ..luii^ I—xiiiK celcluit. aittl %  gfl to withstand the ravages %  it even the Inland Revenue Wilding saga is well enougth KIM l boxing entl fight-11 %  l|] teU von 11.' w lavi iing at £5 a Lea 81 VOUgh, and how that terludi to hu adoptloir b) BU Dal York light manager. Scary Kid Now story aa he I na when Wa talked in his summer home on the placid Atlantic BhO 1 Avon City. New .1.-r ''wilding was just %  kid outalai ng afraid of ihi* lights e right there Ra stack up untold wealth if he 1 pee] and l-oni* grossad %  re million doUenj apiece With TV around, Wilding can lop both • %  '. then "You British Bint hail a world heavyweight champion since Boh Flt/simmons fifty year, ago. but you got „ mng uj' Ike Una, Wilding' tot more on the ball than Tommy Kan HI nruce Wi*xicck ever %  ii.. bul without confusion at thi roaaats racommendatlon Wilding heaved hi* HI stone of well-trained muscle ofl .. neighiMHiring cbali be ura would do his darnedest to make the Daly dream CORh : .... %  .. %  h ofl the wllduf tongue these : %  %  Am of lire Wilding arrived In without ,1 ponn) in hi. poi-ki'i Now he share* with two CanadianA a five-roomed apartment at the (OOt 1 if a mountain In Clifton New Jersey He pays £6 a week rent, ha* half a doren iii)i helps in Wir household chores and reMi as 111 a second-hand Chevrolet hi f"i 1:12 Kour Kggs Above ;ill he wot u at I IWJ few Kngllsh Bghl %  % %  ihave worked—with only two weeks' holid-iy since last Oclr>l>ri lie pound* Ue mountain Foot 1 1 nk all mornings a week. ha sinits four eggs lor breakfast, life uncomfortable for the champions and chun whom he spars in two hour* Intei %  gymnasium work everj day. And he retires to bed three 1 lave It and 1 hope It pays off I B in shape I feel I „ir. iniiit .inywiing on two legs," --.tv' W.hiinKI have -ecu too many of these C All*.n* S hVdilrr t I hi a %  I.1 %  1 %  !' b K r K Or**>ild#r b I l> Ul'vnKlHF h nrr*ni<1** 1 -a. sa. •SB. %  *! %  OWI'LINI. AM r Tua-t 1 ii.-u-v %  1 • %  ana 1 a om 1 NOWUNli ANAI YBIS Mr HiMLs b Sim M %  UB) Total aoer u wo ANALTMI \: WmiKr M*ffO. B I •. %  ( 1,1 IIIIIMI I H** 1 Owmiltr Ii I Stink* M Wortnr c wBpr OnBdaral. b I s HawlH ol'aSSMg < n Auitm < BUckmaii n H Auain. M. llr.Hr. Aicb.1. fc 1 arW ft b ABBttB QibMUOB*. b I willu IVllllafii* II 1 |a 11 t IS H lAra> > 0 CAPU-TON I*T nnriMoa IliiUhim—i < a>miiuindi ii %  Iliitrhtn* %  %  V'hllr %  > 1 I -,l T*UI i. Ha.b*. s Beck In a o llud M< ii*aaw. 1. Mi ."-. Police Beal Invincible Denis Forgot Criekmt Law %  %  %  U -MI* HHi—a* haep % %  %  btuM bail 4..WH • 1111 %  BUM bnul th* *nvn %  %  V" -" %  BMBBB a man "-* %  -'" %  ;BI BI*J.I ran ai %  ttl p-Ui* %  I HM bol* %  -1 aali laui %  -,o %  ., |ha rhui The two day r i • 1 .1 %  on Tbureoa) s< ptembi 1 an inrdiuB and 48 rani It polk) was played at Qucen'j it..1 ten n Bepti N %  oenpton fr.'t 1 .lid XI la at at Hastinp tn tin learn'i mab h with 1*" i with Commonwealth rteton fred Jakemun had twined hu cartUagr Park operation > paifanucd %  r> %  ...... %  .. ..... Ii. iifinl ram* Ihiough Ih* OIHD %  LUI the Brat day of play lnvuirunner. clblo won the ios and batted and Hut Umpire iored B7 runs in tiieii Rrst Inblushln) 1 mngs. The chief scorer' Dsuuel 4Lt and A. Cfeilntyne IT. A good bowllnsj -11 Taylor who ti-ik foul of the .. 11K1 ts for II iftei bowling seven overs and three belli 11 why the Invincible leei Invlndbla fasUce in their turn at tile wb k-'l replied JIT 1 uni < %  %  sent 1 bark He wasi Nuttei a. Chi 1N %  1 M. Beet bowrfi foi Invincible wai He took tbtee wicket) for 3" ions. Invincible aaali %  otlapeed I theli %  %  end Inhingi Itled out (or 57 runs c Griffith bagged four of thi wickets and 1..needed seven run Bkippei Dan 1 tKik threi 1 u while ii. But then is jut a chance that Wilding mai %  %  .. • I-. -lajji %  ll Berlin Denis had made top 1 with 49 m HU hlcfa f"i skill m nany "t hh eentury rffoif. CSommonweelth won 1 | Paul vlckei Ran idhin ai ired sll the wickets I'.madhli ti ii.,, %  , vsis of eleven 01, and Tribe nine 1 il sponsored by J & R BAKERIES maker, of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM — WONDER WHEELS N9 I The story of the name Hercules Fly to Britain in Festival Year I BY B.O.A C. CONSTLLLATION j:. 00HIUNCTIOM WITH B.W.I.A. Gfl I ifi s 1 Slajr I In 1. I •... < %  1 Ill dl>< I* the very name Hercules stands for STRENGTH Ol ail the heroes oi olden QBMBBJ the strongest wa Hercules To-day the name gffll reprcAcnt>. unequalled strength, and ihr famous Hercules cycle has proved itself the strongest in the world. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS & 11. 1 l—ido,i %  ;.!• h.mr. I 31.25 I JT2S .. I R.ia... far, inn < .u 1.3 96.HII 1.474.2(1 BARBADOS TURF CLUB OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION AUTUMN MEETING. 1951 SUrllinji I'rrdiflioiK Is Vtur l|i>rii>i"|i'' Your Real Life Told Free Would t u baa to bitoo ••Ml niil UU >. %  mdkrati %  Blue Strrak Hum* rii/abethar. -Sun Site llarroween Rebate A. ft, Dfak* • Lad> Pink Sunn* Game Whi'* Company It I %  anlian ww Lai .IMI.II k Slalntc Bun y, i n. t FBttfU Adam* Win Mid King BxilontBti Notwlle Win. Wav lied CheckIIeel Velvet •eewell Vasmeen i I Ubsriord How Hells Fair Halls High and I-ow Inrualon I ape 1-eadlng Arti.'le fioll I ft < < onl I Fii-lsd. K nch FIu'tT * Budget Qslaahk l^ivPnt. %  Luawaj Mshouyj "..in. "lotither 1 .SocPI U M ich The Thing Tilwrlai'ar Ixtnl War Que.11 I* I. Croaa HO Oatcake H 1 \i 1 H\* Am F t irant'dl Uulcibella Dunquai epicure Firit Flight Foxglove Hl-l 1 joint Centmand Man %  H I ai Mj Lov, II %  %  • Gelding I ii v, %  M Rh 1 1 Lady RHi. 1 |uii roy Flight A1-.110 AMII ram-e Flame 1 %  Kendal Pol luntnne Bm I I HIKt, wiml.o ir aien a t \ i.i 1 it. %  \nn Tsfnin rVnuida %  nig Plame Annie %  '> Law U;ihing P Ttim View %  .it.linrt.on toidniin Escepadi 11 Fabulou Collet. Miss Fin Will ..* ti I Alsmein \|>iil' tin.. I %  Sun J.'.sValetkn Wiln. 7nleik.. •M aa. HM %  .an 11 1 V. M. %  %  1 1 %  %  %  %  izi*M 1 to change In ihe e\. Meeting prloi to the nii.:oioAuiun :3th Seplciiilier ir.i DR M ORSES mooT • %  tnking pin 1 Meetin.( 1 1 I WI 1 Barrel "MMi BIMIOV io OVIB 50 *"s COMSIOCK S WOIM PILLITS >v ^ c, StBLE!! THE1 SAID I I III Mlllt IS COULD NOT COMPETE IN WOKLII MAUKK'I'S" — tlttil %  • %  li'ftlfrdiii/ Today Your slums Aloo i.i ll.n I ;•• 11 • is proof 4lk' ih.ii ..liilii10 >l. 1 1 .ml Ui-al iii"|M-liiiuu ELITE DOES IT AGAIN WORLD FAMM:S TRUftENISED COLLARS • • Igmae T .EDDES I.IIAM 1 in



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PAf.i. an SUNDAY ADVOCATE -tsi.U SEPTEMBER 16. 19.'. They Still Know How To Lhr Well In Germany Madam. Restrain That Impulse To Laugh! ft* HI \ I Kl I \ !i\\'i i: I i I Thi* Slant i OUntj v %  %  It ...lion ms it %  UM* Yean EMM hi rlee up again ItEHIM L, %  Into out v i war rnoti trv in I %  i in 11*34. when u ..n the %  %  And th %  with all but j broken r..ced i*?tpoctaeled I preelsa volri-* look down our par%  tandrable %  Tnj lacor%  IU1I %  .. ON Ihi.I I • llcnt holt I tp i Ic Ilka ;iii Oermsn hotels nnd with a menu thot <• uld -mitated In %  v. %  %  %  .Villi %  Euviiili captain who Uv DJttiM i ': %  bora % %  % % %  we i %  I pniK asalnst the THI Bdkttftbuui] rvmafiu th* rW Thai M .. iptaln ma) DJ %  • | HI H I."' %  V ,,,. i. i ..: b3 1 I th;it i\< i ould not ri %  port in the ki This cil> i enm'inu again NOW wi an tab rtaf t' filch was (*• .:-.' %  I %  ti ion horde* Since IBsi culean effori to ColOfM MUM % %  % %  %  %  I r Important Junction ol Ui Rh'tm %  %  work %  UM rabble, from "\ I riu ; ii modern i hai BJ I: ami neon Ignts %  but now || is like .i m.m. %  %  \Vt were ul.-u lo i" 1 Rhlm IT i %  I abai ino In Its i itiuM (iir • %  Th.. RUi icl %  % %  raise %  peak Hitler brooded on Iti hanks and %  lie roi lit on the t"i>s "(v *. >. i is,mt|il %  rlvi t down on iu way. changing %  %  v lev had aerlccl (a id %  %  %  %  %  %  l %  %  %  Interlude I %  of her. J %  | %  %  %  %  ,. Alafa] llu.'IIIOIMIIII UM lens %  %  %  %  thai Hltlei bufJl %  rain transporting ot si now the) are path %  % %  > %  "i pen ran travel safely at 70 m U1 nOUl until ,1 M THBRE i Ar not %  I %  i %  %  %  en h.uiii In rebuild Niam uilh %  linirh of shame %  ilon* Ihe I %  %  %  touch on .in exposed nerve i nberlaln (Ii .t I.. %  Hitler in the desperate %  %  rtahi to ca the German pohYlcUws, "bin he %  .if such shame that one wonden why It hai %  H .-. Eh : where Hitler m hi planned I,. Inl %  Interlude %  •Hiooana. rhe propri young %  r"Officer la flu I "I piffled Arm ""i m portimUb i ara artti r ken '" This DMCe i.* Open nil rid); nnd eight, • / .i.riv meoti ui uny hour In the lorry ilr> 1 shall bttlld (i a. J shall iiien fimid another and onptAer." You sef.hr LUST the war THAT nlfhl ., Ill Munich ii. an hotel risen on II I was tcrrlbl.t punched. Imt one dOM ii"! %  i even ., Mm t Hitler. Then, i dividual Ms %  I he loat the people th. ie 4ire only Uic world thai i The) be h ave thai tin fata of ihe root of ui will Udetormlnod b) thsas throi ik unit rebuild Un'v think '.ti.it M. decldini %  IIRi \Nst EDWABOfl ALHEADY I eafl ha p >neer "Tot, thai u'i(. bv a not In Wlgan • rr.enls whkl luiiblc in th^ wake %  kind th*! gr' ti with -. Of a Aearinf—a pyramid in pli I ;i k pon layer— bust, narrower .irrnwer still e Ma with a ringla white I n s t ssid of a hat. nut lbten. : loolr ftnc queuring for ine reran Ma am. Uy to foiiot yourself 1 T | moment. FOTRO: tnat vou I ad, busy, and perroadordna housewife For i ankly. the designer did not have 'ui n mind He Mas Ilaring Th • woman h<" did have la Mr, eirnam. am i 1 VOrHi of a Paris aoirev i ex|evt to ell m re than MM of thrs • toa'.s. ha dot inl aapael to saW Pnl ICfg ai from England/-lor'jrpjul Dm—HVf ad i,ii Parla dress , n. L %, %  daring to wh OOO avajdyU h spiky he, ^ l.img It ar ihe pabUr, era, %  , %  .•„ winch taper till t' %  ideas "iiii'f alluht i Idataf Tha ODTUMB—a timngie ot %  d at the hem nanowlnsj to %  ilngU flower t I .ijex M \ rKJIIAL—a new dull r... M Chiffon, SO tipple th,it i, rlpplai as she n The COT • %  tapered .r itself and UM *ith f.tn pltatinK The (U1.I.AK vie! ai.d circuI alXI liumiH-d so that it reaches n %  si rpa frixn shoulders to The SLAVES—immensely wldo •abased, wider at the cuff han the arm' oe ( null K charcoal black worn with dead black accesorkM). The LKNGTH—a little longer than 'anklp length." it reaches n Inch or two above the instep. TinSHOCK— lona ;.i,d pointed i | boa) horn <,i assoimalilnaj CStrfci an sradint their lirnst lOWl tlirtu lor llirii st\!<-. iheil MBfieC) Bad their iuli.in.it :up SO "ill JfOUl iAiiinn n /da. And Spiisc To.. Bui f< i thOM who like to see practice stud) tiie pteUira ibove. %  -.I line.1 with Mack lamb by ih • same %  %  ..i. h less Mfl not qulto ss unniodarate. hugp collar—but flatM laka i Borbaxi IU) it. Bo on 1 ihl the designer pleases hicUants with the kind Ol COal they like n bu) On the lef:, he punches then, with enough Itartllng ideas to maka the one hand a fabulououtfit, even in Paris. On the other hand—the kind of thing a woman could wen.* anywhere.' ien 'A IIS MADt •• C S | C.*** itO (WMOt.tv*Li ON: r, STMi LOCAL AGENTS: ALEC RUSSELL CO. IMEXiCAIS t:ou >t\. Franks Goes West NKW \ Pranks Is going N I For two da] srtilM he real In Illlonalre' mansion on the %  hour to Clark Hayworth, %  • Ion And h< a gunipse I. who will b I %  Mi ( ;.. %  -in: %  ., i tin in (or s i %  >h... . few speed Itm hi bin i %  hlarin^ ill conduct bun through I %  [oi luiM u sad tee on Mtii fjes/eraor Charles a i ride the ^o Lake Tahoe. 1 buined as a rest bOl ne pluOS> .1 ; %  sterrlac Rus1 i"nyko. THE QUESTION WINSTON t III'KC IIII-L puffea %  "How .1 they not'.'" He 'i ( Kie-nns. n king ,1 grou] 1 m oi %  cene m the a .,...!-• KAIUOI BlU I Mr ChurehrlB| that the on how UM Husslans ELEMENTS OF AN INDUSTRY i II) % %  •>.'.. h 'i %  "element" is tOO often used "The ahanents" *"gg—' "the weather," .1 n -1 Lin, ntery" something emy or simple To men of science however, an element libes any %  ubstanca which cannot bi spill up Into a simpler Unary rhemlcal methods A dJcUori 11 leinent ls^ 'the simplest known Constituenl of all compound subihis rpcognition is bnsed on a theory first propounded by Robert Boyle, %  British nhernlst, In IBBI In ..n natun • of these Fie.-icnt." From th, e arc bull' up avarj 1 !le,hl : %  IndusD Is to discover how to Mparau elements winch In 1 combined form, to find out how the) can be made I mbtne into lance, useful to men, and than to evi dag them %  Drder* 1 on g rnmiiantilal 1 which this great Indu attained may be judgid from the l.ut that I Chi -meal todustrlei ...one uses .Ml or so of the to BO fewer than ls\O0O dlffer* prodt* •., Tpana s fresh mini flavour makes an InMant sppcal to children %  and Ipana is as effective ss it is rifrlining to UM There are two tound reasons tor this. Ipana's uoiq line formula tights tooth decay by reducing add bacteria and, massaged into the gums, Ipana promote 1, a healthy firmness. This in itself is a safeguard afatttt tooth losses, more than half of which arue fi troubles. Follow rhe lead of wise parents who teach their children the doubly tfftctin Ipana way tor sound u.:h, sound gums—both. Ipana for both STOP PAIN QUICKLY MEN WHO SELECT SHIRTS ON THE SCORE OF § THE J? COMFOBT QUALITY ensue The flunous threefold Ktion of PHENSIC ubleu Rl-.l 11 VI S PAIN, SOOTHES NERVES, COI NTERACTS DEPRESSION. No natter how mttmt ihe ptin, DO maucr Ji*.v\.... \our nerves, bow a you led, PHENStC Qblets will bring you relief and comfort, quickly and safely. Remember this —PHENSIC ublets oeiihei harm the heart oor upset .he stomach. Don't accept sub titutes. Keep a supplv ol PHENSIC tablets bj mstc TWO TABLETS — BRING QUICK TRELIEF v r I rOI FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMB3GC, NERVE PAINS, HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS & CHILLS \ BAGS MM> NOT MAKE BREAD! \ — IT'S I III I I IH It I Will I III.XT I III.MS!! \ BAKERS—SHOPKEEPERS—HOUSEWIVES I PILLSBURY'S "LIBERTY BELL" FLOUR ALWAYS < MOOSE JfCc ay SHIRTS obtainable at all leading stores HIS 11 in \in UI:I:.\ AcmmwiEDtum ix H.MiiiMios -THE UKST" SUPPLIED BY THE LARGEST EXPORTERS OF FLOUR IN THE WORLD "WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO" "LIBERTY BELL' FLOUR &f ROBERT THOM LIMITED AGENTS PIUSBURY MILLS INC



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r \c.r. rm-BTEEN •-IM>U MUOCATF. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1931 CLASSIFIED ADS. n"^..!^ iirvr TILIMOM tli Ammnvcuaoirra Ne.hr*. l.'Il. pel sros-1 M w" Pwoo* %  I m Ill) lot Bealb TW i „-• %  %  It wi... mm4u THANKS .M r.pmi-1 nil tllt***rr Ford* Do It i -Ml* Fnrd* daughter.. %  %  Mim.l Johnson %  > %  Johni u Mn Fag pour -l Thmi.. >l Thanl DM1 NfJ 14 • SI —In per agate te ' *s**k-d*in ind 13 c* per oudie ua* u J->*',i. -MW Choro* tl to M vae—ds,I d nix* i dHni RKAL ESTATh .1 r,.inc lit IKIMIHD i HA* (.1 HT ROISg B l.-thui.t Hroa. 47 Park Btieel > n g pala. Tri-aSad CBntre nl Mar Town -al-KAY I'AINTlNtl mFaciAlimt **e Sugar** !> e Motor Comamn, M Boabuck Sf-.**t Dial 4I ApprosMmat* rate* %  U h p can ITS II h p ear* MO ur*i U i on SAI>: Mtalnaaa charge trees* 71 real M rest* **"d*ue 34 (coeds — o .. . %  -.' %  n u-.-J u .. • .. WdH on Sunday. .. M i Two Duds' Stun* i Dfl AUKI.I ertlng' No Rail K. s . iN ST K .HI Two StorMd Vi Pttm-t Residence. Con•re*. IK KUJON ST A J BadCorteg* With I,aw,I:IISO.\AI. ENA L'LO ICH> aa I 4> not kon* r* roaarart—g any debt M v miw unlea. uy a wrltWt order a.gnad b> ma. W11J.IAM iFOROB, a ... fc ( .,,!,-.. SI Mutiecl IS Ml t" GOVERNMENT NOTICES MnuvnoENi ov nrocAWW \ ..I .HI II III III! Urmfnur* Teaching Service Applications at* invited Irom nth at least ; axptrMmc* foi ..i BM lotto win. Ota:-* i. v llOOl st. Thoaiaat' Olrla 1 School minimum pi I ... HM I'H • \ Of UM 1' exemption UMrolroBk will be in With U.i ataWO pDaWri in Grade I Ele%  .IH>1. .i.u Uvi alnadj tormi .vacandM innw .;i> ftppty by lettc %  d 1 ) ;• rfcem teallanoiual AH oUrfT inndldalrs -huuld mak* on "i> the i] form whirh ni.iy ba) ohtamcd fror UM DaVafCownl "f H-Uicallon All •ppllrBtlonr. must bi-nclowd In %  %  %p|ii>llllmrt1l> Board' Hi U i lop Itfl imd muK reach the Department o1 Rlucatlon by Saturday. 22nd September. 1951 (Mndulalat are warned thai rativ.vdiu ma> H-ad la Ihr-tr di'iiu.iUli. atton I :'mboT. 1951. r-.ilaat Cckilax ELECTRICAL Or.* au liana uc anallow "fait ..-• BIS 00 Dial • RADIO Zenith Trana-Ocaanle Portabla ;dlo iiaw, Pbona aaTi it • 1— 3D ->.. %  4.0M >q (t <.. %  .. %  aaaaj ..i %M >I,.-I Iravlnc ialai>d AT BJUOMTOM Sautoa. Alniort N*w 1 Daa^n* about I20UD -q ft. about it I /T THr UAMH1SON. A SaclUalva 1 Had> Mona Bum iitniaalou A-l CondiAT MARTlNii* MAIN ROAD. C Thav and Ba Wiat. Tvo Kdidaiirra hr-l Il.i.i.-l..* .. .1'... %  %  .. %  %  ) .1 iirrb Monla %  B-rcb -ii ill.* 1 ITarlkaiir nrw 11* Mr* PaihuiM.n 21V LIVESTOCK naaj HolUHn H*lf-. N PIHTtm. rhaprl 14 l-an MECIIAMCAI. \HplT bv latti I) H-i. Hia> 1 it* S Ballon t-i Baaina. cmdit"-. diaailnl and dlnliil rooma. verandah Ulad bath, kltrhan and anvmu rooan il..rj(ir, M-if conUi.ird of inodain dp>ifi. 1 am. M 1 si oi %  OH BA1X aa a gobag eoncem amall doood bUBUiaaj ,,. inClt Iir-awdiata roaaaaaion l*oc partirulari. wilt* iBtar*' ,,1 ra.* of Advocate Ad.r.tiamB Draartmint l • !-*• LAND Hock Id Trad Cam. • . Arraa of L**d al BlaaR a, Bt Lawrroc* 17 l 1 SI —I I n MOB", lit Av, Canadian National Steamships CAN t'Kt'iRU LADV Bui -THI-CTOH LADV NEIAON l*lml %  Ul.l.i It-.tia a.ib*a.. Au| %  Bapl II ,.,.SB tap! IB *PI -: S, | ,< -.,,1 3 Oel -•4 S.i,l IB Opt 14 l M Ort MiaiMB.il M. Iratasi Baabaa %  aillaa Hi.lml n t*-,.! 7. BaaR a Oct %  7 Oat H Ort 1 Novr Tfeaj M.V.'CANAfHAN CKIJ1 8ER" 1* expected lo arrive here bbi it the 24th SeptfintM.T, .iceep ling caritu iOf St. John. Halifax. Ch .rlotte Town. C)uAe and \L.nirtal GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—A-ento. VtatJ all ir.iahod 1 uxtefii Mni'iiKiii'i R*nl*d niOimkaiMM. on long toaaa 1 Appi* Ratpl f r 1 1 .. Mfi WAN rm CBD SPHKT M \KIJ lil Pacbarr. 13 'i ii ta i:xt'*:HlKNCTtD 1 I.EBMAN—For Dry M: Of lllBaaa ln i .nil (JBIVS iioitsr t-rm.i m 1 AIMB ..I -. %  I'OILTRY MUM:EIJ-.VNLOIIS l*r.li IS'.ifM %  ...taina %  >l*n unit 1 ci 1 Tl.* BJ ., %  Ml 4 C*M ;-1 i-^i I.-. Jawai |*arrlptt( rooti he vxpecta to aoIhrei 12.1 51 —3i IMillM 11 SOI VI;\IHS QUtj Curio*, JrwrU Antiiiurs. Itur> Sllk% 1 w.. t.U:. Be. TIIAMS Pr. Wm. Hry. til :: Dial 3466 ,'-',-----,-,'-'***'-'-'--'*'*-***'***'*^ OPTICAL NOIKF UM Canaial Public that my OfJf* 1 lo**d loi Vacation Iront BM ba ra: Ml. .. t H 1 B *H LfBI %  BbTTOMS Naw Pretty Draaa B,.ii,„,, A (In* a.. ..,.„ irw-llrd bullvna from 24c 4Br 1 % %  ..., %  %  '" UAM.SRINAS 1..1 and Man m Ladi*a Bur Pair r-.d.i> at 11 up Th.ml liroa D1-1 ... IB B tl-ln CX>AT: One Lady'a Pur Coat. aar*lml Baraam Aliply to Taiaa* Baauly Btnaf 11 t >1 -tin BB1COWhoMimlk Powdar maaW In ( %  mad PrHlan Cnwa Ii now availabl* a* lollowi 5 lb. tint 11 B4 54 each MM) lib MM B (I IN) Mch If 1111 ..ln-ii'jl.l* M your tiocar you may contact TTi* Uaibadoa Co-Oprrativ* Cotton Pactory. Ltd Loral A*nt. 111 I •AMI. an.*, o. raatn* POHMAMINT TAhlCrs Hau .mil cd— p..-t„,. . .,. AiiiomaUc conirul Ov*n 1 biunar. -ill Toait*>, li .portion li.vll.d Run £t* ia • 51 Bn Trl*plion*. .til*, and Poultry ''i Oftrra in wilting i' tha uud*ma>i*d >.| KH. Inat, at 4 p n> ,,.1 bfnd Itatlf to arr* h.ipactton BBS dav on apphcatWn on Inptrmiaaa t'-r furthai Batticulara and loofliuam %  f aalr. upplv to COTTIJ: CATTonD A CX. No. 11. Utah Btraat, BrMfMtDWa. 11* si Pat "MABHHVII.IA Haa *> BMBl t on I %  of an in. Ba .1 \-„i %  riaM era. along B-nk Hall any ..lh*. m.,.11 pr^PAll prlt*d raaannabta a data to impact raal KHOW ItEALTY & nKNCY Marhill Blrral It BAI—in !'.*pl*mb*i ItM ..I 1 p in That daalrabl* two itoiUd fraahold dv.ollinihouar known aa "Cullodan VMm .IU...t* nt tljunction of CutlOdgf and lliilk.illt Koads -1II1 the Bad thrrato containing 10.MB aquan (*• t Tha houa* contalr • rloaad aitd daha, bath anu iniun down l-in and upitain four b*dioom ion* Two • all built of .tone In 1 11 dav Picrpt 4niida> .,11, th* owner Mr I bon* JXB> or 433Ti 1 111 -nd 4 1 on appoint! W OARKE ft C. %  V V 51 ..1. INDIAN SANDAL*! Ladlaa. W BBM laat rataivad a amall iblpinanl of >"* IBM lovrly Laathai landaU, Uit|-''^ kafU'i for tour rrquiramanta In Panc> IB t 51--In (JALVANUBBD SHI3CTS . T. B, an II" cannot b* braMn. atiajuU -lo T>ra Co Phona BM I t 51 III LUNCH KITS For School I plrt*. i->i!if.>ttit.lv I-.HI* %  *t>dl*. containing 1 pu VBCUI r room toi aandaul > MM rtNB with undiliii Ttia undaralfntd will offar for aal* M ,l.|i, ..i..iprtiti.i at that. OflicB. No I" su.ri. llHiUjvtown. on Fitday. th' -..-mbar If*I. at J JO p m Tlw il-*liiigh',ulnl Si5.ee 5 s.eo .|i llaft iuii.'i this < ntenee:— I prefer Ainmidcnt %  otniii'Asii: becau %  T I irith AMMIIIVNI' toothpaste box la K. R. %  end In any numbut each entry must be acenmpamod bv BQ AMMIIil S I BBttrkB will (>' jn their ability to dMcrlbe the I qualities of AMMIDrM The ^ Lnolnf entries and the names of winner* will had in the local ends IVvcmbtr. 1951. i'-.. > irml.lvl..* g| lh* 1'tr .—..__ Uaaconi iiluut* II in I srRATHci.vnr sHaieaei Th* r. ... ptaMa BR la.TTB aquare faal of Flans* [1 i d. Jiid romprtara Cloard gallan u fit J d-avlng and dining rooms, kltchan ftp r aacli Uown-taiia. and 4 badroomi. and baUi| ror-m. upitalri Oarag* and %  BrVBBl'l rooms in yard EJactriclIv. gaa and C..v*-..m*ni Watar IIIPBllBe. B*aniclllin an? day. *xc*pl Suiulay. with Mn Maynard Aiida.. Dtai ana. MISCFJ.LANEOl'S %  V% in It MIIKIS NOTKK r\Ri->ii *l, iiah undar tha AuipH-a* Bar b adot Evening Inatltutr fm I I ha Union, will b* raaumrd AT Itll, .t Y M C A Tha. Conimltt** bopn thai will tak* furth*r advantaar u,ban pall i. II lunvnowi rilt PARKV S( Mi M ii Th* Parry School > %  gBBfal oi, Mui~u %  U a m J i rami. II. .m Bata i 14 B M Jn Acid Stomach? I\MM. afHO\I>ABt ot Itiml SPRY arntEIT Maul T*rm bvgm. on Tiiaadav l*th' •Mambar IBM at %  It a m A McD Haodmaii ItAKItADOS ACADEMY %  %  •• • ! %  : IBBl I. I "V* I ••aim 1< > ALEXANDRA it in.ni Saelihthtuwn. Barhadas. B.W.I. achiml I cl iiaaa. who .Iran ,. Drgiw ul a B.1U.-I I ,,i %  TBBehot a DipkMaa ar Cartaftcata. will b* i • Mnota bar almW Urn* to the M-houJ and faromota .",1-ol-cUaa -cUi.tl*. Tha latnry nlTrrvd la ep> par annum, a par cam of which lani for in* parttatr) fu. niahi-il laaldanaa In tha uhoul ground' which , pi..iidvd far tiiv uaa of tba llaadtuntn-u. Tha llnaiim. • %  %  n Ct'ii Saivaol, but aarvira la pinilOBBBfg undar ina Taachara' Panatoii Art. No iontiibi.iM.n* are payalM*. but tha m.ni mum qualitvWat parted la Ian yaan S*r vie* at Alaagaalra School la eauabrd a. • | inaVr lh* English Tcacbri." -u(' L.tum AH 1 Paoaga aapansaa to rWI.-ln*. not *•ajgd n ik. will ba paid against apii, prlal* vt>urhar> A I. ~' %  arantad a*,-.five vaara aa %  q ...t. but up lo t'iprearnt no paalaava Applliam i if, M.II d living th* foil,mil. %  particulars: — 1 Dglr and pirn of blith, :Schoab ami Lnvrnitv atlandad. Daiit *iv.iig •ublaiti and rlaaa BBUIagaJ t Po-t-graduat* unplaaunt whatn BKCBM ttomteh acid doct not narmii you IO frtjoy a maal without tuffftrmg dnC0"ifort — but luckily t'.r.t it 4 taf* rm*dy that brmft fftiicft rahaf i BISMAG (Bituratcd Muntiui. It nautraliin tha aacau acid and •nablat you to dirttit without luffarinr ttomach pam, hei'tburn or fhl.lanea. BISMAG' ii wall-known throu|hout the world, and has for many yean proved a reliable help to iuHerBM Irom ascm nomac" acid. Get i bottla today. YOU NEED! BISMAG with data* 'Bl ','.V*V**W0*,* 111 T:t ti-i-.* in BOARDING I.I ,M Be I ullt.lM. NOTICE ARIHH III I HB14I llllk.M 'PI ICATI'INS will i* ,. ofHc* up to a UU p m on Monday. BM poat of t liri.t CMirrh at a mlao of W 00 fJtll) ...I. ill not ba raturnpd, Hi. rceasful %  particulars 04 g and ii.peg if rrq.ilird to uvd to %  i lun WOOD ijniipAitn Clark. Comnusaloncis of Hi I! lit I Teaching *ip*ri*ai* and poalUon. hakt i War Sarvie* 'ii anv Participation In nut of-class aetlvlflaa I Oamaa rrtnrd Adminiii'.tii* npailonca iM any Madital tMlifiral* ..I blnaas Coplaa ,f tine* r.-<*,.i •caUmonial*. MES for CTTY C1JJIKS ibla Tarma. At Boi-U-Urba Crump ton Straat. Canlrally loratad I Harrison College Apply TriaiW'ooa 4334 B.f SI—n %  ,-i | and i Certificate .ef.Th* statement togeher wl il n.th ihould ba nltaihad to a covering! atBar of apfiltraimn <*e.i!"lat*. living in th* Unil.d Kinaahoiild arm %  u k n^t ar a, Th* Wag) India I lea, 40.Norfolk *ltr*vi. Iindtm. W C 3 to indlda'e. living in thr Can.bean ana ihould sand ihHr apnlication to th* At.v.tidi.. BelWMl, i tl %  I' I i br it-i Octo b ar. last lei i I FIHMIIIIE Make your llnme and HI 1 %  more allracUe! Hvdatradi. Bad. ClBataBB. Spring.. BfdaatlH IJitha. Ward.iilm. Ilurraua. lanen Piaes*S. Wsahafands, Nightrhaln. Bateii%  lon and other Dining, Kltrhan A ); .... 1 ,|. ,VS Xgors. i Kitchen ft Bedroom NOTICE la hereby glvrei thul it •• Comtnlsaiun*!! of tha respactn* pjmhr. Jiiaaph and Sain' liiti.-lu.ed toft) th* I.eguL,!, %  MdBI (,,.. PS* escaadliig CSOo annum, and th* liavrlling allowanpayable to th* aald raapertlvr InVan tor. of Hi.hw.i-,,-e.iling £100 par reasaa to take fgrBel eg (nun th* I l.> of April. %  •!. DATED lh* IStli day W Srpt Itll YFAitwoon a novcE. UQVOB LICENSE NOTICE %  Mki ef IBM grnnt%  t M .-iin r i % %  %  Smicl' F ItARKFH n %  ,[,| %  io b* h*ld %  i %  \ ll 1.,* Hlh day of Sepun.brr IBS! al o'clock a m V. A M.lJ-nli PolH-e Maglati.'. M n WE ARE BUYERS W. BO II i tiling connected With LDXOI CLEAR GUMS VARNISH SUPREME IN QUALITY AMI FINISH Al.o (1AI.V. OIL CANS — 1. Z 3 Gin*. SIM. I.l.l.l„,,.,l I MO \ I HERBERT Ltd. 10 %  II KOMI ( K RWV. Incorpora led 1B2B THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY iirl "lanilrsi siyii of u'lsilotn u conrittued cheerfnti-esn." M.nilalfitie. WITH f'.AS !\ THfe Kl !' MKN HOrSEWIPS CXIKIF ARF Al.W \VS CHEERFUL. CALADIla SHOW WlllTCnALL,, 8T PETF.B DaULI MKAl." Opgii Dally 10.30 am to 5 p.m. From Baturday, Septembor 8th to Beptetobar 30tt Inclusive ENTRANCE :f: 1,TO-DAn NFWSFIASH H DIARY F. Tfxtfl ami Trivtl a W, H. IIOWKI.I Dial 3306. LUMBER & HARDWARE Bay Straat %  gaasajai SBBM REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLA0ON • ca. lis. Ill FOR SALE ROI.DI.B-B mn -r si James. An Estate Houa* built of •ton* with pu,* floor, and •hingla roof 3 rrcaption. 5 bedrooms. Miiniin.i etc also garage and ui'jal ojtbuiklinss. Tha houa* •land* on appro* 4 acre* of wall limbered land imahoganyi gp~ i.i'i.i-hid by a long driveway tanked with ck,e*lv planted maliogany traas Th* mil aland )ng atliaction of %  Holder %  Is th* very lovely all* which haa lh* ailvantag* of being wall elevated 4 u ctKil, with fin* views on all -d*. Coaat Is leas Ulan a mil* saai and town %  miles lix KHHII fgOI'HE", nrrltona C'maa Hd —Fin* rismplr of a pre. wai 2 -lu.i-i Maibadisn horn* pervadiiur an stinospher* of %  **!low aolldity *nchanc*d by tha -(Hd World" garden in which it standa Tha coveted porch at th* from of tha house i. but on* of if pleasant featurea about Lockerbie and on mining the lounge •riablk i..l,.Thr s*p Is usually appreciated and also the amall study and long wide vrrandaha A property well worth house cxlrd Prosperl. Bl. 3 .lorry a ton* conuructhon tohlMMULTON-. tnd A.-,:,... lev HI* A v* 1 I. H lag* n good position MM H k is with much regret i thai the Manafcmcnt announces that aftfar Thursday. Srptemher 27th the Club's Cinema will be CLOSED. Due to the small attendance uf Members, for quite some time, the Management has been reluctantly forced to make this i decision. Owing to the large number of Cinemas now operating in the Island it is not possible for the Club always to show New Films as formerly; and, as most of the Members wish to see Pictures at their first showing, there is not sufficient patronage to keep the N Club's Cinema running. % 10.0.51.-1 wk. *-v>We**v**-****v*-a III v(.ALOW St JameaCoaM — < I i.irming ly a I t u a I d seaside him.*, well clcv.ited abov* aa* level with over v, an Bar* al wall laid out print* gardens containing lawns at front and roar, many varieties fli.i-rri.ig shrubs and i.*e*. Privet* bathing rove with good safe bathing Thar* la an I ali.ped roofed veranoara loung*. dining toora. 4 tx-drooim. garug* and aaivanl • quartrrs Oaad in where tiiai tip* of property always retains a good capital and rental value i urn MIIHI ptna Mill — Modern Buns.low aaaiatrisrlad to 1MB with II" "ton* walls and heavy asbaetoa i>f Thar* la a large 1. shaped living rooan. 3 II. .aa* baaMag a i. with bulM-m ua.aSobes. Kitchen, panlri. a*rvanfs kltchan, bathroom With tub and show**, oolar healing iialallatlon. garag* and 3 srrvanta rooms Th* grounds of about Vj an net* ar* heavily tmoded with mahogany and Flam* trees and th* lawn* and atone flagged Icirace ar* baa*. eluded waltod garden Artractive lOSaaBaM cloa* lo town. oinvinMOBE." Cultodan Rd A .p-rl.ii. 3-ator*y atone houa* built to bun with tha typa of material rarely aawn to-day Ac.uiion ..miprlsaa enclosed galtorssa, 3) leceptiun. dlnang loom. 5 bedroom •. kiichan, pantti. ataeasraoma. gaiag* ate WaU rei uiiimrndrd at tha graaili reduced pnti.,ii. dining room. long gallery oveilooking lawn, j •sralrooeno and ail mafn services Tl. .a propaitt orfared at a nasal rea...nable figure to eBeet an —ilf %  I ItBINO UMB Rorkht>--We ar* inatructed to odar a mast aitrae-tlv* building Bat M a •erluded PMltlon bsMnded by Con Link* and having .Unset aagagaj iharato RKAL EHTATE AQKNTS ADCTIONEERS and SIKVEVOKO I-LANTATIONS RCLLDIMG WWVAW/rV/////A*rV>V; NOTICE lo the PARISHIONERS of ST. MICHAEL The Vaatry of St. Michael will appreciate it if all owners uf Trees, which are over-hanging Highways, and so shading the rays of Street Lamps, will co-operate by either trimming these trees themselves, or by giving the necessary parmission for them to be trimmed, so that the full benefit of the light can be obtained. E. C. REDMAN, I Clerk, St Michael's • Veatry. %  FURNITURE AUCTION "AIRY HUX" SiGeoofe %  MAt t AT II , IBTM MPTBegsJtB W favoured with Inatrurn. from Mrs. C S La* to pnae of th* vary r.na eoJawtioii Mahoganv and other Furniture luted below A day lor the nnoaaaeur. Viewing alUrnoon sal* 3 to 4 p.m. and ing of t B I .„ T*n Saloon Mileage B.00O, 4 Hew Tyre* Brake* t*lln*d. Faic*ll*nt CondlUon throughout For Sale between 1 and I i. ... Kidney Table. Very Fine Oval, Square. Round and Miniatur* TipTop Tab!**. Square Dining Table Dining Chairs and 4 Carveva to %  natch. Small Serving Table, Chin* Cabinet*, Sideboard*. Tea Trolhry. rki-ikshelva*. Uaoor Cablnrt. B Arm Chates iWteker Seats and Backai. Beokaaee. Cofr** and OeeaaMMial Tabs** Adjustable Morns Chair. Brvolving Bookra**. Mat Stand. Swivel Orlc* Chair. Liquor Case, Writing Bureau. rial Topped Writing oess. -Medium and amall". Double Ended Settee Butler %  Tr.vy and Stand. Dressing Table (Single mirror i. Dresiing Table lOlaaa top, Triple Mirror, and Stool). Wathrtand. Pr Single Bedaleads with Vono Sprlngi. Bed. id* Table*. Wardrobe with long Mirror Inside,. Tallboy. Ad|ustable Dressing Table Mirror, 1-atB* f loth** Horse AU. THt ABOVI IN -AlH.t.V.V Iraaorted rpholslered 3 Pleca Suit* with loos* Cushions ano Spring Arms. Weatlnghuui* Radlo,-!.'-, Human Radio Table. Pr Wicker Chairs, Leather Arm Chair. Telephone Table and Stool. majghtaoiati > Tsble. Bins.I Writing Dash. Pine Bookcase. Deal Couch with Dunloptllo Cushion*. Numsaou* Painted Table* and Chalra. Stools, Larder*. Ironing Boards. Ojood Painted Bedroom and Itatrsroam FurrUtur*. Card Tsble. Btngle Iron Bedatead and MaUiaggM. Oltd's Cot and Mat ...... ii.K'.r Sertng PlUad MstUesa. Stngl* Hall Mattr***. Baman Drsaslaaj Table "ten Gallery Furniture Presrosd B*frlgeralor. ( 4 eu n *v yrm oM Oaei Iftae Prig assada Attention,, astoe Magnet Oven l-i. M Oil and Large Oven Hanging and Balarar* BrBles, Presaur* t-ooker. Preserving Pan*. Ml** Kitchen Uienalli. Osrden Toon end Biulpment laan M,iw*r Uuck*U. Chicken Wire. Length of Hue* *tc 4 SarvsnliCoU. Child a Triescle Cina Camera Projeetion Srnun CASH ON FALL OP •(AttMDt AUCTIONEERS J.lb.^.U Art. rv.A PlaaUliBos Buildlni:



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SI M>\\ -I I'll Mill R IC I' I SI Mi \\ VI1WK Ml PACE lillil.i FARM AND GARDEN GARDENING HINTS m AMATEURS B> Al.KH Ol \ FARM! K JONI S REAPS corns rainy spell to see how th going, ran into ; Farmer usual friendly greet* FJ. I -ir> eajry Bld to meet you up and hup* you are Keeping well. An.: Tslank you. .md. a very good niunilng to vou H weather tre.H-,1 pan? FJ • ways, not a. good i %  *• %  And laaalormb i in i. \i:nt \ t\ •> rii MHVI: M \RIOOI.IM v-'-w Isast Marigolds do not do well tn the %  nlhs, .1*. awin • *f-in Its*} m apt to grc SEWING CIRCLE t aMach%  and to nave vo> ;. %  ooa deskh. rertangubu flo' t shape itli -ir.-iiaht sides which This really i. often the but. it is not the rule, and n ri N\ \oi x\ MI \> MI MM \vi KMIsiT MIASIIIMIMThe measurements required lo. i c l asp paid, an the cob— sometimes Marigolds will Ho..r.sh drafting a basic skirt are as Miood type for sead normally, and flower profusely all lu — s 1x4 ua look at sees* through Ihc rainy season. Thete ra i orat, m appearapparently no known reason for •e*at -bout thin variation in the Marigold's %  v* We find good breadth behaviour, and there is no telling • gran -hallow with m first what the plants Intend to ,r ilicates too c j 0( flower or not flower. But after much vacant ssseee between Mn + weeks if they appear verv HenIs another with big and bushv and yet the flowei-omted at thing to do other cultivations rndl, pew-shaped All these typos „„[> up it*. pUnls. and use the Ag.: ran led for *eed except £pd for something else. nuMoaoui aa pc-pl. MM tin .(he ftrsl Marigolds are general favounwL for the* have many points il condations. ra y.j \ much ..ppreelale thai f av ,, ur Thev grow easilv bring sjaUnsja to rattan asag it has ^^^1 ^ cutting they are hardy trysKle and. very out aaao sjotnai that we rv,,,,,,-.,,,. no more than the rrmers are likely to overlook, dinaiy garden care. The flowers floor floor tloo. % %  •in*, to Ml the f amity lardei %  ; k<-iv Usettoai if lorn you woul lerial begins in the FJ I area Marly c %  %  ., say that applies just reaped some eoni and, trading the notes hi the tfensUv If one looks AsWerase would Ilk.' > . % %  t it ill he observed and giv.> %  plants are very tall. seed select inn %  .mi .md some man. In Ag : Most wUUrsgly. bul ktuatiotsS, tall stalks are uuite am you koost good dsskl Ukelj to blow "v about such things vm,. those of medium height how. let us go il tter an. ol eoum. ate plants bearini, two good ears and much as is usual b .i. anglo fiimi the stalk. in corn. Suppose an in pressed close against examine aoma for sawd pui talk do not shed rain and as you suggest Hare Is %  -•••: h lookiiik; • ; ,menl. Finally Hip luasuure r* ilown front waist 2. Htp measure 1" down from waist S. Waist measure 4 Length trot* %  dsl to st rentre front 5 Length from waist to at rentre bock 6 Length f i waist to at sides 7. Length ..( skill The two hip mc.iMi -. and th<%  %  their U,-An inl l '" ril "Bd 'i"iit meosfrom ""'"'"''i'l, J> %  drsfl font sep*uat< %  djOsBg thi.. tie ,i piece ol narrow mm elastic groajsal *oui srag bngttt and gay and last a wee* P** •*• of pin* wh. or more in water. It is safer id *•*** IIHHIUI fsU i it to grow Marigolds from cutting "'-' %  P" m the oL M they are more likely to come ">' next pin 3 -true-.' Oflen when grown from "in f I UM waistline, and to* seed, the flowers are poor, many Ht pin 7 %  waistof them being single. If you canlir "' not gel cuttings from a friend. It is very impoitant tha whli* bU • bunch of Marlgtlds. enjov Pins be in %  h: the flowers, snd then plant tho %  becoming side seam stems These stems will someTo aid in Judging U rarrv their I ""es attuallv row ,n the waser. weight on the end ,.f a string Uie ground and so when planted g#l off to "bout a yard long. Msnsjing ,:i BSBJI for you MINUTES TO (.0 UP 7 MILES ( %  press lr MeporSa' MBIMMI |M plane. powered by two -mstrong Siddelf y pptslri riiKtnr*. ha* *el DM or id ciimbmg -tomed to a nright of i-ly 7| miles— m .i standing start in -mutes 7 seconds: about ,i second nghan Prtaketi te ;ne night Tar rrsgaj 500 m.p.h. M started %  . p in ti iiwtrunietu* iBoaol Uial !i/ S00 mi'.es a"i %  N the oonirol mi back sn.l oMkfed up -.,: . :>to Mi. %  lapnen IU urn M • ..s sees and Bfl ill. IUIIS44 isapphini \Uut n n n*e old "cor ii.ilrame has oean used i the lie* i •t'hin' engine *hieh is 'he eowerjnl r\\ n* *nh*'nr ears var>' m West Indian flying start Tips for Ihe Garden ( %  eraniums iront of your rnjrror bjnU BW string at the Wiiistline pin Btsd W it fall naturally. Are your Other two pins to m.ikr tna measuremen* aith the (Jernntums do no* flower well string" Is the seam line li during these rainy months. This by the ..trlng %  bawaniaag one* D I room for develIs the t.rne to break them up and this for both store your seed replant. ... the old fashioned not run Into end W iiflai tor this purChrysanthemums skirt meusuremasits are not easy nclently dry, Ue ate '" laM "<> .iifs*'lf wltnou I hung the August is the last month that Howevei It at no kernels, a gral .i f\ I vei I rafter wh' DJ • I ..:.'nemuiii lUGssOn ihOUld bo series of skirt meS vary usually f>. -.ill help to preserve planted for them to flower at yourself In this way I'la.-e UM with an etn em from molds and Christmas time. Plantvii m S'ihf •" Sulphate of Iron can I,.' l.uht %  -" """ '" ,,. pow,lcr lorn, from an, chemist, tr-nt fnmi 0 Ui. *• DLiolvc hull .. pound "„i I .. ' bucket at water andgiv > Uttl* tnnUn I %  U each affected pL."t. ItafaW ' I 11 """"" •" "" once a week until the plants haw renamed their healths green. FRUIT-JAR BABY hack tup nasa. %  .sure the blpa al 3" liom lb sad the waistline in th. \"V.iI. IIM ; flcioic Isadioi K.(r": ovef the -Und re Iind • loru-.. the montji to average raroftortMU you ma) unni plant seeds of the Cut-and-Come. .11 but one of the leogtl mMBt)iue thev start to flower. Cuturements aral draft for . WB '%  ndCoate will continue flowering line that slopes (TOffl venue back for several months. 1" centre front one hall men It is Important tn diatuitg n basic skirt to keep the hi|> line i do well in parallel to the hen. Una •• the rainy weather. Plant the red In its turn should lxparallel t now for use at Chrl5lmas. the toOT. The shaping Have vou any Gardening o,uesnmndness of the ngun tions vou would like answered or done at tn*' waistline iiny garden information that would jnd with darts be of Interest to other Gardeners Nest Suadaj to pass on*'" hl11 ,,rnf ta ****• \ tib leeas n \i\\ P in .. a< Knoxvill.. Tle gn t t al the baby was io I lioine-niaile mcubatoi' %  igfcai psw ke.i rlUl fl l lied with hot water. Blue i Salvtu red Salvij ahould he .1.1. -I ..III 1 TRU-FORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES FURTHER ACHIEVEMENTS — ON — FOtt THAT £sJLV rut: SACROOL m^ Sm Bourn vita ... created ta keep yuu M4 iuid ulfKag* ulX tlnuu^b the duv YARDlEY./^/^LAVINDIR viKDiry is OLD aohO iTSirt | UNUUN j&JjSZ mH THE WONllERrTL Laclogcn ha< alwsv. cnritaincd the viiamns present in lite pn fresh cow's nulk lorn nlmh it li mule. Now—io give your II:' | %  greater benefit' to Ul hi U gro i estfg 'nuinii. are aikl.*d to LaVaafgn rfow von: II %  on this Djgaj Lartogcn —which guards his prrcioi. uouipletc, balanced nourrrin hetiih, HUIC it Urds him with KMGUIS DKl (. STORES s 'CASTROL' MOTOR OILS A. OSAND I'RIX D. NATIONS—MONZA i ISsaSW 2nd I Mondial MnW 350 cc In DUKE riding ,i Norlon 2nd KAVANAGH riding a Norton T riding a Kortaa (MOTOR CYCLE RACING) 500 cc • 1st MILAM ridtsg ;i Cilrr 2nd MASETT1 i idin| ii l.ilrra 3rd PAGANI rldln| a (lllpra Side Car 1st M1LANI rldio] a l.ilcm 2nd OLIVER rldlag i Norlon 3rd HARRIS ndim; j Norlon ALL USED "CASTROI 99 m i aa easily dl| -lihl mosi drllcau* ...ill. >i D e s n> ^^,_y l.scinge-i 1* aa easily dl ^^^ as M %  li. r nillh—even thv mosl <'•: %  ... I ili.'i -i I .it t-.ii n _i tn yiumins added Y^ W*~ VliamlnA-io help build ^BBssr i 'HI. in illi., %  VHamln l> t pmiui from rtolwtt and help develop sturdy bones and beautiful %  irong teeth. IncludeTl, loo, it Iron lo protect from unaemia. Q a comply l.acloKcn U pure to'. milk raodlftrtl (omplrir, balaiitvil nourlahmeat. I milk doc.. EASY TO PREPARE I i4#Kf" :. T o T. QEDDEH ORANT LTD — Balta Luv, Brldiriown Phim md KH a ctfv ol Iht Mortar Bti*.1 —*if J



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%  ESTABLISHED ltWS U N.A.T. Council Open Crucial Defence Talks • i it HI ii in>. Va n Zee la n d Urges W. Rearmament OTTAWA, September 15. pAUL VAN BELAAD, President of the Twelve Nation North Atlantic Treaty Council, opened a new drive for Western rearmament today wit i the warning "il. ties of fate 'are turning 1 towards peace or war. Opening the crcdal meeting of Foreign Dc fence and Finance Ministers, Van Zealand urged Western Allies to nia>ch "a formidable level" of Communist mih r before It is too late. The Belgian Foreign Mir. French Govt. Is Slaving \\ ilh Fire rhUuan K %  %  %  %  %  The i e in IN House of Conui Canada' Parliament u._ %  p. %  Invite Greece .in.I Turt then i xp ind n| aiain.sl an\ ConununJ an Bur MNM <>f Peace :'. % % %  He ad l-ick < %  I >' i %  % %  e call t<> eggreai He SBUI our connect %  not ! %  broken %  %  ion of our armed forces that the real cha vlnjf ponce resides. Dean' Arhomn arrived Washington an hour Mosaid he m Dpi I meeting would invite < I Turkey to |ofn we-'. against Soviet satellitSAYS PRAVDA %  i .11 %  l'l M I moat a foil %  %  %  i ineing i HI %  Buropa an ini ) lid that lie %  I/M-In petuate •*•* %  NEXTMOVEISUP TO COMMUNISTS :i iff Hie IUU UM re%  ,\. Gci inj to i [ Bad Plea %  t the Ru--t %  %  < "-rmany it 'now the i %  for American ejsreation tn Buropa wtUi UM Uka Indus* ival of the Wehrrnaeht with M Nazi Oenerala i t tors Jeti-V "littli II, l-IIII. M V\M.\I TOKYO, Sapt %  iai itid&wa y's 11* urtquiuIMXt move in thl cold war" Is up t,. the Communlats. In commenting on (he United Nations t i dmiasior trated Kaeeong September io the %  %  i responsibility for the i of the "llltl squarely lo %  *,.'. %  did adnin to one o cc aatoi ine actually d I Kaesong's nautralil %  %  trumped up Cotnoiunisi matter BO* —V.P. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART BaaartMi 5.50 a.m Bauaai U %  u ; p.m. Moon; lull LlxhUns; 6.00 p.m. Mich Tidr: 4.01 a.m.. *.1H I I ,r in.i& tmm Ml Qmmrtm i Iran Wauls No Oil Discussion %  %  %  %  %  > Iran. I I DOM %  %  I %  It ml If ninth; i, %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  IMPETUS TO FEACI 1 mt I r %  enva ii* i %  %  .,, %  11 i %  1 >III 11 iai a tin %  %  1,000 %  %  put down n mock insui i I border. to the %  i in the PB %  Coal Shortage Threatens Freiieh Steel Produetiou PARIS, Sept. 15. rtaj r .. ii as %  threaten ilow down n< i aa and might send iccmament i % %  Saturday iron ore. itput fium the naUi uclica BO n insuffii lent to me Industrj %  %  \ i %  %  %  : : %  %  %  .. ,II be more than m 1950 and %  b %  w I %  %  .! her ami. UUoi dollar Session Should Be Prolonged TRUMAN TELLS SENATE 'A ASH' pi 15. PRESIDEN1 TRUMAN iturdsj to %  LTsuallj wi ll-lnl t this we Department offlciaii Indii %  • %  %  %  I Pri ipprovsl would not %  usi v %  %  %  %  %  %  %  l %  %  .... %  be s %  %  i %  P dc Def, KI HOI RS —World iimr of natter* %  HARRIMA SWU&ES TO RE-OPEN \ OlE TALKS Mossadegh \s Ultimatum \ot Delivered To 6.A. AI, ADVISER W. AVfc'RELL HAR m Premier id hammod Mos B :: i:ul.ty again expref. i be resumed in the explo .. eallerj %  • %  ... i Drive tgainsl Conununistfi (lonlinue i %  ajaalal aid baaMlBu] Reds Deport Greeks v ; 7' / ""' i As Security Move State Employ oaB Plan 24-Hour Strike EtOMI a %  '. %  I %  heud < %  !! the llire %  %  Ftaly*! i 100,000 %  rotation to praaant t< Uv i.i %  %  !; %  %  I hinlat Praa I Workers and i I' '. i %  I I' I I Armed Coi.\iels i %  i -1.1 >< Priaxm %  .:;!: AI.,I i %  %  %  %  %  Dlgfat. od fanii D U iai lln %  i the well pj u %  every we a pon In the prison Premier Grotewohl Urges L'uifieation Of Germain BEHI %  I %  %  Herman units in the I army threatened*) the \ lion "totallv deva ; %  %  %  pave the troops W ' %  %  Franc Ki thi %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1| the first week %  I rn. ...i -II 108 To-day i %  %  %  pt. 15. RECENT SOV1KT MO'. FS l strengthen 5ecuHt> in the notofiouslx %  > rajss arOWld the black Sen, ..i [rii ed 'indeportation removal %  %  ports %  %  %  %  %  ml t %  On i %  i %  %  %  %  %  I I I %  I %  %  94 %  %  %  %  I i %  %  %  | i. %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  ADVOCATE J CA RELIEF I UND it . %  sene paafe rdaj -. tin1 r 1 b eettvi iiuidi.r w,r reek i M I i aaffet i %  lenUr. i %  safe! %  %  %  %  %  ti.'u r llir ..tlirr i anar la i beta Ibi T n t i:iir reaaaei aaiaed ti" it B hart the il < llirlr hit rI -,C Ihf Wall Dam || | | tomoi %  war and %  %  i>eip't' vrka hove dreaeVi df.np IIH-I tit s ... %  h l.ltll jnnllirr his dri\r. iu I ,, nee Mral 'K .t uaSa Strategic Hill V S HI M . %  battle ..nil Comm An Ml %  ... j ii. lit %  Allle-. atm li i %  %  I The third 1 %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  U n who H M-iamw • %  'ill %  A'tiiin. %  t V Turkej W ill Hold Bye-Electioiu it s u\a Bean Cargo SpliU Ship's Hull Fishing Bank Kuincd A carfo <>i so) the iiuii ..i %  i %  %  %  Indian Ambassador Arrives la I .>. fOBJ( i %  D i %  %  .'. —i r hin# Returns To Huckinghu m Paiaee %  • %  U II I %  ' %  %  *-". T UJ mulct .;. %  %  %  U %  %  %  I P %  broki %  %  %  %  %  %  i In lh %  t %  N Kclnrnrd :l I %  %  %  %  I HITIII I vi ic undei I that I illlnu to i i %  \1, ,1: %  III |<> CM I %  .i during the HI.; 1 ,. maiiaalaad %  % %  Had States .. .(.mi i 4 %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  • %  .i 1.1 %  i r %  I have i" %  loir ci %  %  %  I I P %  %  %  Fault Is w With Youth POPB %  %  %  i %  WILL TRUMAN STAND FOR RE-ELECTIOI\ :.head with 1 German ommunity -.f.P. '.; %  bttl —1 P. It. I .1 I ( Wll ^iS %  beat says that TT %  %  %  II leave him %  I 1 %  [Oil i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .vuuld remain S %  %  %  i Secrets from now. %  %  %  I M Democrat %  %  ..... hut it hurt T : %  The "ADVOCATE" ,. -% < for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night 1K. W. V. WINES i HI HI.AND %  SWBDI %  Ml \I)A ( KNTKAI. ajuaios mm /i; A LAND. . i i KXDTJU %  an %  n race* %  %  1 %  %  %  bil rtmntly %  |ft %  %  %  K.W.V. SPECIAL (Omit \IO\ WINE — AND — B.W.V. MASS %VI.M:



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PAGE TWO SUNDW \D\IH VI I -I \l>\\ -I I'll MIII.K IK. I5 ,\Q! .V I H' 1MB (IUM* (M.tmOnly> KOBUrr MKUTON fHnn\ nwivtM i NAI *IVI Ts* %  CAtlR '1*1 \ And UMWT BHITlv)' HMI| 111 SMV rrrm-\ wiitai nuii.Lit in. %*&$& 00S0 *#^*: TMTi:. II St—MOTS TfWK iDMium ANDREWS McmiU --V *-,-.--•-•*-,^t4,1V>V*-'-'-V • I \M I I A IMII SS S1IOI' LOWER RROAD STREfT DRESSES LINGERIE r f.vrnlin. Corktall. Aflermxiii "' A Rearli — Eeadv-niadr tori J HANDBAGS — BEACH WEAR I; O'IMTION TO-l*V W'W*.W////AWA'/A'AWMWi £ £ £&&&&.#. .^^SS^S'S EMPIRE TODAY TO TVESOAY 4.15 & X.n ONE OF YOUR MIST SEE IMCTVRES ROYAL I .as! 2 Shcm. TO-DAY . fc 11.15 2U1h C-Fox DoubleAnn Baxter — Dan Dailey in "A TK'KET TO TOMAHAWK" and MY BLL't HEAVEN" Starring lli-uy lirabli Han l)„ili-\ M.r.il.n ti 'In,-.I. 4.3(1 aV HIS The Fox DoubU(lark GabW-Myrna Loy in %  MANHATTAN Ml !J \M \ and "YELLOW SKY" With Gregory Peck Ru-hard Windmark DON'T DELAY FOR BOOK VOW. "SEE HOW THEY %  &f RUN A HILARIOUS COMEDY BY BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB ALL SEATS RESERVED Orrlii-slru & lloxrs SI.511; Cirri,S1.20; ll.iunr 72c. Balcony is. WEDNESDAY—THl'RSDAY—FRIDAY nt KM pa MATINEE: FRIDAY ul 5 P.M. BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY. I ...... K a.m. lu 12 nmin ..ml 1 :'." p.m. lo .1-111 p.m. OPENING SATURDAY 22ND Jhe story of Valeric and Ben Hogan-///f£y who HMrHW up and tin girl who I )\ net IT hi him ij a* down'. i FORD km BftXTER Dennis 0 KF.EFE %  r*i Tk Sw — IJNl hAVC • • %  SAMU!l u INGtl : %  •%  -. Sill! lAhMUl OLYMPIC To-day last 2 Shows CM & B.1B Kt'l ublftQ Smash Double (Jro^ciry Pock — Jennifer .!..>, s in 1WBL IN Tin: st v find PORTRAIT OF JKNNIE" Starring : Jennifer Jones — Joseph Cot ten Moiidny & Tuesday 1.31) dt K.15 Afford Slashing Double DON RHARIH) RETURNS and "THK CORSICAN mtOTHKRS" With Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. S IR JOH %  .da whore he will take BOA C tor l-avion lie %  I the loar-wi:. Hon from She Itririah Woat li.ejea t<> the meeting of Comn* I %  %  !>rr nirmbeiof the .ire Ilon'hle Albert R sangster of Jamaica and tfnatair W. J RaatgeVer V i Agricultural Officer Nigeria A FTEH spending two nul • %  hall monthi her* slaym* wrTa Major and Mr-. A I ^'forn„ t, TW Qaaa.nalaaiil Mr and aft* najal Ta-Baaa. aaat aMr iitilr" ion i laa apft yaaajaaaM* morninc oj T( A. for pretwick ScolUnd vh anari* wh*r* tln-v will paor thru* woek* hffnrr rprurninj llMpj ,. Mr. Thoma* iAiriruilurai 'MTlc*r of Ni|rt>rui Lawyer in C.nad. M R TRLT'OR ClARKF. ;, Lawyer of Peterlxnouf 1 Onario, r.-iunieo U> Canada ye* • mominji b> 'I.e.A ajfl-i m %  •< | hoii(U> lie w as ci-mpanied li\ m wil P and liltU %  Wlnhhart, they wentttayin* with Mr. Cluikr h parenu. Mi arxi %  %  ) St -...., %  Tfce "Little Ze->" C AKlb ran into Mr Clarence It Bryan of SoaUtt. Waahn^lA. I who arrived in the island Ua | mrutth by Uie S.S F-rt Tmwtm**** .Hi nos rfiurtaod lo BM n>ln*i afHI HII abnrnce of 4b years. %  j ajaji that the ntandard nf I nine l"C"Uy hagreatly aajaaajajl hut "there U still room toi M iiroverrn-nl". be Mid. Ot Qu— Park he felt that Ue I. %  ( %  ( no intcrawt. In a morterri a %  t Bjl there .shnuln 'H aaan animaU on show." With Shell Lea-ebold. M l( I)A\ ID NDDAiH %  i.,rni< i suiden-i ot g K.C who B no* BMjrl daaj M Bn -StatitKItoparti-ni ol Shell l^easeholdi. DiatnbuUna Company. Tritudno < lui i.i.i %  > I'. Wl A %  %  Tuni'ia'i alter wpendlng two weoks' holiday H. ww atayinit with Mi B t Bairuw of Maauah BMB1 Si .lohi. "See How They Run' 1 NOTICED a mosi unusual di pla> at the AouatK Clul. tm the Barbados. Dramati, ClurA nt* (wrxiiirtiori "See How They Run' onenlnR thi week at the Empin Cahib Callhiq l: Fr. ..II ccount tinMarried at St. Patrick's A T ST PAT1 I %  %  •nt of Pofft-of ,i Baal] B %  -" %  : pj BTi M i vl • l s lin.*>. „• ''ftaaaBBaBry.'' The bride who was given mamaer by her litthei. v. 'tendon by MMw Barbara LaahUH hei aole bridesmaid The <*iajauw wv rondut-tf. Laj Rev Fi Seflter *>.! and the diitie* of boatman were pfi111'mad by the bride g room Mr. Lou IK BroofcA reeeption anaj held l Knelt!*" the rona BM brltleojroorn V parent li'maymoon u liolna; ape-' .(• pim-ell Spring ror St. Kitts Holiday M taB SUNIA MALOiSt daugti^ M Hi I it. Mai..Jlill 01 BV W. M. Malonr ol 'C-yon*', Navy Oarden.BM I i A Bl K fl a sh"i mdidav. For U.S. Holiday O ff Ml Ui" S.A *nd Qaariatl whore they will spond aboit two motrthe' holiday are Dr. ami Mr. h II Bay ley and BH rtnurkter Patty. The% Friday by BW.I.A via NBH V.rried at the Cathedral M R AND MRS t r.P or a in itniii' afOjaj married on AIIIJUM 29 al %  n i-.-iabaj BM I %  %  at St MD ba hedrali %  |*hbrin. taj M bn.tl>.-i Mi. t'.r.k* Mar, rid rhidiiiii^f iH'Htmaii wee .Tfnrmerl h Mr. Cuthhert Moor*v A reoeption way held at Bajff illaBTAfter 1 en l)ay M RS. E C QUEKKK oi Hi.ni" Hall Terrace whuac hubban i is an Assialaa oi HarriNon Collep' returned by B.W.I A from Tnm%  ad an Thursday aRal ten day*' holiday. Back From Canada M R KMiOl.l) CHUBB, HAS-\| efl u Blaj ol reluilien MR v HR llini i.nhlin : U si 1'il.i.k r-li >ii-imh-i: imd l^iterniurr M nid subsequoritly %  lad of studio in Frenrli Canadia* Returns Home M RS ANN BVOHRR, • Canadh n wim was hoUdaylni In Tornnt" iy monnng b> T.C A. bach %  the U.K %  Dominica wll %  i B.G All %  %  To Study In Canada A MONG %  \ venter%  tudenl (MM up U) rtuds Thej an Mr. Trevor •i of Mi. H A I'olu. M md Mi %  \ i i %  H Clydi %  i i, v V %  %  Britten • .% %  v.i Walh $ Ba li i Univer-V ' D Will Hi Police Chief—St. Lucia Studying Welfare Work i %  %  %  I %  %  ter spend%  For U.K. Course A II DICKS %  • M 1 : Carnival Queen Runner-up A aasaar. h w I A from %  B Mi I Otttsna Bchaperon and %  School. MIM Pierre who %  DemonstreRST Sewink' Machlae Company, ha* been awarded a tree air pa'-.i^e av well u free hotel tlOD for one week in Baroado* for herself and chaperon The party bosssver intend spendaaasla BRPs and are > the same opportuilit\ at i' Mr. Alfredo ClUS, ..nother businessman of Caraes Crus and Mr and Mrs. Mr. Garcia is with thr PMroleuBD Company. i --pent two weeks' hoh%  at the Marino Hotel. Fourth Visit P ATi IN'C b fourth Vtsll to BarbMo | fr, johnI TX1 A V Senior enMi : In ft %  by T.CA %  behalf of the Department of i. Canada ba connection with* the runway at Sea well. Mr. %  thados for staying at the Oeeon View M. 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N.A.T. Coune il Open | —— ie D HUMLDING a H ARRI ty -
Cruciai Detence Talks | VO KL-OPEN ,

OIL TALKS
Van Zeeland Urges
W. Rearmament

OTTAWA, September 15.
PAUL VAN ZEELAND, President of the Twelve
Nation North Atlantic Treaty Council, opened
a new drive for Western rearmament today with

the warning “that the scales of fate ‘are turning’
towards peace or war.”’



From AU Quarters:

tran Wants
No Oil

Discussion



Mossadegh’s Ultimatum
\ot Delivered To U.K. 7

| ~°RESIDENTIAL ADVISER W. AVERELL

RRIMAN sent Premier Mohammed Mos
tter on Saturday again expressing the
ytiations can be resumed in the explo
nian oil dispute.

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that on Saturday th rr od that he sent this letter with
ing’ 0° , aio instru Am idor N } | oxealled “ultimatum” which Mo
Opening the crucial meeting of Foreign De-|rolian Entezam to wetes called “ultimatun eo
: Win: : . , : i eset ier this week to transmit to t sritist I
fence and Finance Ministers, Van Zecland urged|t'< «is the W iS a ore however to the llec
Western Allies to maich “a formidable level’ of] jin net a hich Mo | reported to have calle
Communist military power before it is too late. ke idered mull and ve pen the talks in two weeks or get out
The Belgian Foreign M , seem |
said: “Deeply conscious o FLOODS > os | rl em #)
immarence of aanger, wo tect ve K'pench Govt. faust eel 1 iy last moath to m ,
itical moment is ap; acht 1 everal ' ; | ) ° » Ag { spute ) ent ay]
which the scales of fate ro a ° 10,000,000 i : } | I Hy 4 O% ains t i n Ira
irrevocably towards peac ur.’ Ss a in Nerathie tel “t , ‘ al oil flowi to th
Te said the delegates must reac thatusan ds | ( : t r were no
their defence goals “in time” t Will Fi Rudsar R t | | OMIM UNIS I sed ,
Porgra sens nar xaren sion iti re siniy | ‘ ° f Sut it is undersie ae tf |
he resident spok 1 the RYDER ¢ SFING 1 } é i >» } meee rr xe |
House of Commons’ C r amber <¢ SAYS PRAVDA ech | Ol Pri jferms on which Tran has said th
Canada's Parliament building tra ‘ ( } ise eat | ould illing to resume th {
advance of the secret afternoc MOSCOW. Sept. 15 Germany ‘ | KART A, Sey ) egotiatio ;
session. Treaty Powers hope t viet press assailed the | fellow car r | NOs roves . c
invite Greece and Turkey Bi iecisions }@n @ Ccms 1 } Commun Note Returned
their expanding defence hart ly as a vic 1 of in- | revolver ' ‘ | There wer reports as early a
against any Communist att < ternational commitments an dj{the bor i } j | Thursday that Harriman vould re
an Europe. W rn da of fateful con equenc TEDICA 1 | H oul . exact figu }rurn hy ete to Iran rather thar
Means Of Peace Ft. vaa, cial Communist] | : . | eee i along to the British as Mos-
Van Zeeland stressed the North ? ely edge voted alr ost at Wy. a ms 4 . | mi es deg ih equested
Atlantic Treaty “is a mear Oeeen a Gow eas nando hos be airweos if as aeenth: “eet ed sources on Satur
ensure peace.” He added tha es Mere ee playing : . tant : +t iat he decided to write a ,
: h t i denouncing the ]‘m the ! intiy. Suprap
lack of balance between We ce i P. ‘ ) } a, tter to Mossadegh or
and Eastern armed forces “is schuman Stee! Pool plan and the |‘o ! Y ’ expect ~} ; t cs oes
ay , A s n ae ol agnor a Pleven plan for bringing West | su ‘ ore jit ole « que on before }
itself a call VO; AEETESEION Germany into the European army mhubiy 3 4 ) t by Government on vee R ther ie ne }
He said our connection h» ‘ Other newspapers said that the IMPETUS TO PEACE a mes vol | over te sritish of lcials. Har
forth ares broken. It is bY decisions masked preparations to | Editorial on the Washington out that not or E : ry . ie Apere ws "Sa ie oe 1
restoring the balance in armarm<¢ rganize a “German San Francis- ) ference iid that t) B ONE of the quaint old buildings Shuréels Girect. Bacieht nunist being arrested | n om ape te BP!
in the reconstruction of our armed | co” Izvestia, the Governmeni’s | Foreis Minister: formalized a ee , icteric ate i sata nha? hot } Grove nent offici orien om we ee Th Z fc
forces that the real chance of jotficial organ, said that such a step gave new impetus to the hithert —Photo by R. \ one the main Communi : Gatees Suauta Ve: Tae it
saving peace resides. was a plan to “perpetuate the|temtative plans to restore peace in eade! her; Alimin who NE til Mo: hen .
Dean Acheson arrived fron |Anglo-American occupation of the |Europe as well as in the Pacific y Y ‘ trained is still at]... r wg ae
Washington an hour before the |West Zone, and to legalize the re- |and to organize and defend t eo U N ¢ l *e a It rrested whe!
session was formally opened. “'e|birth of the Wehrmacht and to | Western World against Soviet ag- te te e Ol 7] é ( . LS | ie . sap ul € I Although Teheran reports la-
said he was hopeful that ¢* ‘onsolidate the colonization of } gression.” id Alimin elled Mo eg'@ note as an ulti
meeting would invite Gree arid |West Germany by the Anglo- } y he ’ Indonesian dai tur to the British, reliable
Turkey to join western def s|American imperialists.” MILITARY GAMES—wWest Ai } fratesic i ‘ 1 th ourees Here said that it contained
against Soviet satellite aggression { Red Fleet, the organ of the Rus- | trian State Fplice will stage mil Ne) ecurit 7 ove | 6 U.P some conciliatory passages” Th
U.P sian Navy said “West Germany is | tary-type manoeuvres next mont S / S. 8TH ARM H'QUART asininiabinh vere understood to have suggest-
now the abe ay ih we for er when 3,000 Gendarmes equipped ~ er ee iun ee d that Tran would be willing to
.. ‘an aggression in Europe with the | with armoured care cart es 4 : ‘ - ° hope negotiation on , more
NEXT MOVE Is UP restoration of the warlike indus- |bayonets and steel helmets will (By W. RYSER) autre v ist tir Allied T ur ke *y W al Hold | modified basi
triai cartels, and the revival of the | put down a mock insurrection ir LONDON, Sept..15 ay -Capsured rave !
Revanenist Wehrmacht with old . ence it As 4 novraain et rth Ne a y DEM. hy ground northwest f te 5, Meanwhile diplomatic officials
Nazi Generals ,”—U.P se a the Russo-American zon: i RECENT SOVIET MOVES to strengthen security injafter a two hour hand t Bye I ihe © tions here Biante ized nisaiys that no
By PHIL NEWSOM me the notoriously multi-national areas around the Black Sea, }#ttle with Communists ISTANBUL, Sept, 1: Jecisiana onthe. Aniisetranian
me TOKYO, Sept. 15. ‘i eer { RUMOURS .—World wide ru- Russia's most vulnerable trontier, included the deportation on beg aoe Bye-elections will be held - a aris were re ached during
"tthe, iat mour of sterling devaluation wa of G aks fr } ‘, ooh Loyd + - ¥ i © hardes ought u y for 20 parliamentary se 1 B wee Foreign Ministers
General Ridgway’s Bicedquas , Coal Shortage | dorided..-Sattfdey in. responaiiste A. MIT EE k rm jt the ¢ auci a and the Crime: , the remov al of the west central front sinc : 17 Turkish provinees. It will] meeting which was just conelud- i
ters said in an “fiforiret ion Sul . quarters of Greeks from areus nen? wresea in Rumanie aod Bulgaria.}Han crossing. Thre ‘ e lnctiOk Gibdin.t on Friday. They emphasized 4
jetin” that the next move in the Threatens French Ss. 5 According to.an official report|Allies stormed the fill, | 8 es lect! aie that the conversations on Iran
“little cold war” is up to the 5 P d 2 eee | of the Greek Government, the|they were pushed baci ; a ; mney concerned mainly the respective
Communists. In commenting on S 4 ctio . AD ny ’ Soviet authorities deported 17 | from deep bunkers on tl : ge ma ttitudes of the United States ;
: : : ore \ . a s deported 17009 no rhe General Election atwre }
~ arr, rig oat f oe Stee I ro Ub t ml State Employees VOCATE J CA Gre eks from ease the ports of tne aren asia the used 1 1950. « the 0 ' oie tha and Britain
admission that gne o s aircraf PARIS, Sept. 15. scrripe oc s 11m and Batoum, Cauca and drove Communists of }? y ~ ‘ ;
strafed Kaesong September 10 the; Nisin Rale “wtiin ay Sia | made «¢ f \ RELIEF FUND } in Tune 1949. The Hort te The action lasted 10 how : : ! British Foreign Secretar
information bulletin said 8 Seal steel industry jaeaa Plan 24-Hour { that the Greek aie a tly Bigewhere on the ounded by Kemal Atturk|terbert Morrison was understood
“Admission of the charge puts Sea ne arian thewehen 2 It was done yesterday ; nins - iet A fron it U.N ‘ : of 1 to have held out for a stern policy
sania emktied Altay ’ boone: (coal and coke, which satens| The $10,000 rk, the fir , tir » heavy I ‘ il 1946 ‘that would eventually bring abou
se? 7 the x phase ¢, slow down ner steel production Strike cbjective in "tBe Pc rvanl , . ree et Hivouiehout +e 1@ ( , rever sal in the Iranian attitude
of the ‘little cola war at KaesonBiny 15% this year, and might se-| ‘ tae a repor is but Prue my , ) } S Den :
eee a ae sh A o% Ss year, a a) ee sad funds for the relie the ; ek i Secretary of State Dean Achesor
squarely to Reds riously hamper her rearmament} |, ROME Sep ) altel ai re. = instance of the viet U 4 309 of ¢ aia l eni Baits yed to have urend ail po
ae the United eens effort. informed sources said on) cone officials held hur- ioay Peathed Gat Galest ven ae ling »G see = ey 187 seats. The People ible caution to prevent a compl:
did admi o one occasion when a Saturday rie conferences in an atiempt tt - ee eeea y es, ere 235,000 G : : vid , rr }
- é ty tha aa 8 te y This -prese ‘ x Hes ie ( ollapse in the negotiation itd
U.N. plane actually did violate France's soil is rich in iron ore,} 5 ud - can awe ge 24-} fa leas I oe a a i . he mn. of Soya Bean Cu £0 ; Cha. Natian pcan ‘ids {cut in the Iranian ofl flow to 31
Kae SOng ster a admit te any |DUt the coal output from, the na-] fy. y's] 500,000 st te, eriploves the public, but is surely not Se Bake n dep on and’ fer tag 9 eat in t esent liament, | We uP
dication that it will admit to a 'Y |tienalized collieries is still insuffi- eating "yatiway ay ov pokers: Thi the final step we can tak ty wine aatt Splits Ship Ss thull i ‘ ‘ t te] I
trumped up C eine: v charge >! cient to meet the needs of French] yiiiictry oof Ls ns Of ae abet thin ditection, ik the cine te 20 seats up for redi
matter how loud they tee p, |industry despite increased invest-| Jig that thes Haped to! Grit ate a a th mea whteh 13 3 ii Fishing Bank Ruined n Su the Oppos The “ADVOCATE”
—_ ment, olution to present to the Cabir . ) Es S sis lang erel lake no more |
: oo ao pom eS cae meeting set for Monday. OPEN! co s; deporting the re am . f rO a0 7 ne ay ant Democrat m | pays for NEWS
’ ndustry’s estimates or 951, os ¥ srabi cargo of soya beans thi j rit formed observers believe :
wae France’s coal output will reach its The walkout, called yesterday oe v a for one — ‘ites het ip ot Be re + A eS din ‘ the hull of a sbip fe fishi mad 4h nawt:| Dial 3113
sale ver -hieve »efore alyte o Is ; 1 > ther, missed the es ; § t fleat {
peak, never achieved before, of} by Italy’s big labour union ue = 1 Sout inform ‘ oe village and then ruined a i ( mé .
some 55,000,000 tons of coal, That] Communist dominated Genera! $10,000 boat , SHE have the ‘Bess a Sea shrimping ground outsic lo te effect par ment Day or Night
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. will be more than in 1950 and] Confederation of Labour and the epportunity to de their bit essarabia is the forme ee Bay on Saturday v 1 \
Sunsct: 6.03 p.m. twelve ps cent, above 1929 and|non-Communist Free Union if t help the sufferers, Ts 1 . a i one: pte On "pressure the Japanese Govennr =, i
Moon: Full if level—two boomiest pre-war] Workers and the Italian Union of part of the “Well Done” eee sia = 40 oo Tur K- The nine thousand i
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. vears. Still France will need over] Workers—after they had rejected yours? . not qualify tomor | a . ; aot a ve strong beans were purct { '
High Tide: 4.01 a.m., 4.18 eve -six million tons of coal]the pay incfeases proposed by the row and foin those satisfied |) 85 concemera‘ea I A ourneray da in June and 1
p.m. if she its to carry out her am-|Government two weeks ago |} helpers who have already Be 1 “oh jhe area, Fe ar the Black} trom Montreal to Jay
Low Tide: 10.15 a.m., 10.35 bitious 4,200 million dollar re- U.P done their part. | ee Bessarabia the ian fre te ‘ '
p.m. ivmament programme Start this week with i incorporated into the Soviet! ay,» fire broke
aaa enne another big drive. {vi von A last month it ‘
The deportation of Be ivabian
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SPEINER, Alabama, Sept. 15 ‘could be dangerous in t ‘ sabia cl
Fourteen heavily armed con-! . 8 — Inform ation at MT sank nd f |
e ro on e victs fled in stolen cars and onl} {i | ; essarabian clean up was known] .17,, ba
igineered the mass break 5 o y | : m ; ‘ \
: inmates from the Draper State}| Camsdian Bank of Commerce —UP., Phi ' 1))) ‘| SWEDEN FINLAND, WEST )
. y IAT LY Prison last night, | Roya jindisciniincisiatimaeietitinie es” t} ‘ 1 {4 H
TRUMAN TELLS SENATE State troopers and all law et oo i { South’Aésicos) APRICA, CANADA, CENTRAL
forcement officers of four cou | King Returns To | i Pe rane AARI 1
. te + “ 4 { . ‘ Huey Pt é )
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. Ree Se om. UIE 8 i STO Ee | Sa Oe eee i
ae NIT TDTIN I was reported on Saturday to)i02° ee aa eeceee Sw SINS B. Hushes sn B hi ha . i
PRESIDENT TRUMAN was reported on sa € . and farm land surroundir: this] ‘ ’ | uc ing vi } 4 1S} WEST INDIES and in many ter ((
have asked the Senate Democratic leaders to keep the|small prison communit | : | ur Kt \ »)
Senate in session this year until the Japanese Treaty is The rien. eudd: that: the: lids — : Palace \ ritortes in the PAR and MIDDLE \
Peat warden sa at the life} {



ratified. Usually well- informed administration source’ termer and another ring leader






































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Truman made the request this week although the State]engineered the well planned es- ; L INDO ¥, Sept. Fault Is Not \\ |
“ape W t t Ailing K Peor ge I. whose |
Department officials indicated earlier that Treaty approval |cape without firing a shot, 1 lodi ‘ ; ee .¥ ee : }
six g n fice, and tak- L 3c physical ppearance an <« mit )
would not be sought until next January Fra rere seen < th ; pr a an \mbassador nt ey Ff e shocked W ith Youth 1 N ' | in race i}
. , ever wee i tne rison . “ Hay ! 2 \
Senate Democrats have not been], pconal © A rri es isrito returned by plane alane Hil iN}
ss jusiast Cc about pressing ahead ania Vv In U.S. © Buckingham Palace from Scot- POPE iif . “— 6 Ri , i" i} *
Premier Grotewohl me we < saalge ut 981 } NEW YORK, Sept ) land on Saturday night to undergo ( 1} ' ir {Kt
4 would prolong the 1951 Mad ey s a pecial treatment fo : lies bi I )) R
Madame Vijaya Lakshmi } ’ ase ioe ang tr Pope {
- ae ~ ession which already threatens to , 7. sagan ndition . (tf r ' } etl lad
o > run into October October’ Th in Ambassador to the ss ogee Ail i | mode ruth i) i ik id
Urges Unification |: io october, Sctover 1 108 Laps States, arrived from Paris by plan: | g,2R¢ ,99-Year-old monarch cut tical and. irrev last {
Fs target f g1 n 4 sno Mh vacatia t Salt allf : {
to, quit Elizabeth Parris of Gi k nt i after a on Castic ; sre ie itl ve
Of Germany Si als) eee Semper Satels ‘ot Creer Del routine consul Castle by nearly a month antral od pa : re vet appre |
“ommittee sxpected to d u at hame toda rhe ; S jeclined to comment ‘or : f A i / .
BERLIN, Sevt. 15. [40 Ta eat handle Inataotees anne, aocnactotee Jap Peacd Treaty on Lon Sie vile a , i are hich is ficungly ff
Premier Otto Grotewohl c Tre ta sssion on Monday.}great grandchildren to ist € ee nian Oil situatior she ill the * : , ¥ - alean i: , J bie at : 7 ‘ ne : e | I to observe a Memorab
an emergency session of the Eas’ 1Or question to be settled i 1 Happy Birthday She nain in New York overnig ttack « fl Za te Sa oie if : ih)
ae roman: and irne hether the Japanese Peace|}hearty and has her : - , for Washingtor on Sund ; h Sica issppeated ’ i : ay E t i) ce t r l. to minister to
that Western Germany accept- | Treat ll be handled alone or|her —_UPp ce ser 1 Wein. acacia as v . : 1
ance of the Big Three plan for } s with three Pacific Defence wi aR eee UP. —U.P. (cP {Kt ' e the nne eur’s table, to welcome guest
German units in the European | Agreement i} ae i
army threatened,to make the na-! Senator William Know 1 ir V7 a7 VIET | 7 v :
tion “totally devastated battlefield.’ D h this week urge 7 / ZL ] i é
p i ‘nate session this fz ) '
The Communist Premier ut Japanese Treaty 1) Fro Vine & Spirit ;
Wraat’ Geimiantes ineteed ta acct he, cs Mg. By LYLE C. WILSON lot State “as ions est » Wriiman's secrets sthougl Paul V. MeN 1 y) ’ I i
: Neodieaeeath : oe . TAS NGTON “it dent? on +h iets a pas ws ' r ‘ ; : r y , ‘ “a ‘ ver ,
his renewed invit a u t W ASHINGTON, S id } i ’ a : K. WwW “ ‘ ° SPE« FAL | @viyi N ION ,
part in the “all Gern lk : of the men who k m| } the Pre i ¢ to al f them to-c I F. D. Roc .
pave the way for ? fi ede al ment that Truman doe yt This dispat j ¢ the patch offer + at . about shir nD ( r a
of East and West ( mat ber 1 which Tae oe o run for the Preside soing out Wa I : leg ni E ; : - . ? Ww INK
the withdrawal of the occupatior However, Senate : cap tter D mutable it Tru maybe he mear | )
troops | thir the programn his long time associate | me sggestion that aan is McNutt . \ pe ee. \
Grotewohl ‘moved * er! ped ring ickly that he believe | Pre ? White Ho f ne Democrats t {
the Wast Shs ent shortly will be | from now 1940 car ; i}
that the tes, Grea ber 6 1eS at ( rat Presidential K.W.V. MASS WINE
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never let him
down!

22ND










CUNTURT FOX

Glenn FORD - hv AMER. Reais OXCER a “Foi The Se

with JUNE HAVOC - + t SAMUEL G. ENGEL - birected by SIDNEY LANFIELD

Sarees Play by FREDERICK HALLIT & by Frede: Marit Broanan Published





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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

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BEAAREASBSABEE GS S* x HN SAINT left B rbados
esterday morning by T.C.A

for Bermuda where he will take

G L OBE B.O.A4 for London. He is «4

member of the four-man delega-









TONITE, 8 30—MON TUES tion from the British West Indies
to the meeting of Commonwealth
Ministers who will study supply Married at St. Patrick’s

——— ce sone ee eee ; T ST. PATRICK’S Roman

he other members of the Yatholic Chure yesterda

IDMARK Anais Maeiaii delegation are Hon'ble Albert eee at five pr lock Mis

° Gomes of Trinidad, Hon’ble D. B. joan Ghent, daughter of Mr. and

Sangster of Jarniaica Ghent of Port-of

r . “a and co Mrs. G M ihe
W. J. Raatgever of British Gui Spain, Trinidad, was married to
| Agricu tura : r Ni eria Mr. Basil Brooks, son of Mr. and
| en! wen eres at hali Mrs. P. S. Brooks of “Rosemary,

} i Rockley.
| months here staying with 1 ne bri aie deat
* : he bride who was given in
: |The Glen,” Dalicetih, Mr. and as marriage by her futher, wa

. >» Wee ley
| Nigel ‘Thomas end their little ban “teDCed by Mie Butera Lashic)

lyan tuft yesterany ing by as her — Bg

ne een The was conducted
CA. for Prestwick, Scotland vip jy Rey Fr Sellier SJ. and the
|Canada where they will spent duties of " pemtanmn were per-
| three weeks before returning» to formed by the _ bridegroom’:

, | Nigeria. 2 : “ brother, Mr. Louis Brooks
ial | Mr. Thomas | is Agricultura A reception was held at
2 | Officer of Nigeria. ‘Rosemary,; Rockley, the resid-



wyer In Canada
R. TREVOR CLARKE, a
Lawyer of Peterborough
Ontario, returned to Canada yes-
terday morning by T.C.A. after
three weeks’ holiday. He was ac-
|companied by ‘his wife and little

ence of the bridegroom's parent
and the honeymoon is being spent
at Powell Spring.
For St. Kitts Holiday
{Ss SONIA MALONE,
daughter of Mrs. S. H. Mani-
fold of “Chalfont”, Pine Hill and

TALENT AUDITION TO-DAY

9.30 AM





- | daughter. niece Of Rev. W. M. Malone of

ROY AL | While here, they were staying “Cayon”, Navy Gardens, left by

é | with Mr. Clarke’s parents, Mr. and B.W.1.A. on Priday for St. Kitt:

Last 2 Shows TO-DAY Mrs. George Clarke of “Francia,” where she will spenqd a short
holiday.

4.30 & 8.15 - George.
20th C-Fox Double : a Little wen"
: van in r. Clarence
Ann Baxter — Dan Dailey | Bryan of Seattle, Washing
m who arrived in the island last
“4A TICKET TO TOMA. | month by the S.S. Fort Townshena.

For U.S. Holiday
FF to the U.S.A. and Canada
where they will spend about
two months’ holiday are Dr. and
Mrs. H. H. Bayley and their little

HAWK” He has returned to the island after daughter Patty. They left on
an absence of 45 years. Friday by B.W.1.A. via Puerto
and He finds that the standard of Rico.
“ . living locally has greatly improved Married the
MY BLUE HEAVEN” but “there is still room for im R ee Cc Cotieedral
Starring : provement”, he said, Of Queen's . . . ER

of Church Village, St. Philip
were married on August 29 at 4
©’clock by His Lordship the Bishop
at St. Michael’s Cathedral.

Park he felt that the “little 200”
is of no interest. In a modern age
like this, there should be more

Betty Grable—Dan Dailey
Monday & Tuesday 4.30 &



8.15 Wiel gg The bride was given in marriage
The Fox Double | ith Shell Leaseholds by hér brother, Mr. Parke Mapp
R. DAVID AUDAIN, a tormer ng the duties of besthan were

Clark Gable—Myrna Loy student of Q.R.C. who is now
in working in the Statistics Depar'i-
ment of Shell Leaseholds Distri-

Cuthbert Moore.
their

performed by Mr.
A reception was held at

“MANHATTAN : : residence in Church Village.
»|buting Company, Trinidad, re-
MELODRAMA” |tuined by B.W.LA. yesterday to After len Days
and Trinidad after spending two RS. E. C. QUEREE of Graeme
weeks’ holiday. He was staying 1¥A Hall Terrace whose husband

“YELLOW SKY”
With Gregory Peck —
Richard Windmark

OLYMPIC

To-day last 2 Shows
4.30 & 8.15

with Mr. B. L. Barrow of Massiah
Street, St. John.

“See How They Run”
NOTICED a most wnusua! di
play at the Aquatic Club for
the Barbados Dramatic Club’s new
production “See How They Run”
opening this week at the Empire

is an Assistant of Harrison College,
returned by B.W.1.A. from Trini-
dad on Thursday after spending
ten days’ holiday.
Back From Canada
R. HAROLD “CHUBBY”
BAYNE of the Staff of
Foundation Boys’ School, returned



Theatre. From-all accounts, this to the island on Thursday from

os Ban ae play is full of laughs and even Canada by T.C.A.
Republic Smash Double funnier than their successful pro- Mr. Bayne, who left the island
Gregory Peck — Jennifer duction of the “Middle Watch.” in September, 1949, successfully
Jones For Post Graduate Course passed his BA. Degree gaining

in R. F. F. MANNING, Dentai Second Class Honours in English
; Surgeon of “Roslyn”, the Language and Literature at Mc-
“DUEL IN THE SUN” | Garrison, is due to leave Seaweli a mena 3 nioeontiy
id a period of studies in French
and to-day by B.W.LA. for Puerto Rico ¢ ip
' on his way to the U.S.A. where be Canadian Returns Home
“PORTRAIT OF JENNIE” | will take a post graduate course RS. ANN HUGHES, a Cana-

at the University of Maryland in
Baltimore. He expects to be away
for about two months.

dian who was holidaying in
Barbados, returned to Toronto
yesterday morning by T.C.A.

Starring :
Jennifer Jones —
Joseph Cotten





“Monday & Tuesday ago @ (ome Sm | BTOWN | iat ie
onday uesday 4. _ ‘>
8.15 ‘nad a | PLAZ A DIAL 2310 ‘dines :

Buckaroo”

Sword Slashing Double Ti ee | aeeenesupne

A oe AMONG MOAJON PICTURES
‘DON RICARDO RETURNS’ TO.DAY

445 & 830 p.m
— William HOLDEN

& Continuing Daily
~ Eric Von STROHIEM in



and Gloria. SWANSON : Brie ue
“THE CORSICAN SUNSET BOULEVARL
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With GRAND OPENING FRIDAY “IST 2.50 — 145 & 8.30 P.M

as BWaj * . Totem Bots —| y ROBINSON Fight (also)
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Randy TURPIN—Sugar Ray

ROXY “PLAZA os", ||| GALETY

“WOMAN on PIER 13°





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To-day to Tuesday 4.30 & err =. ae eae eae LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY 5
8.15

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Warner's Colossal Action Double !
Columbia Big Double

& aw

THEY MADE ME A
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CRIMINAL

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SHERIDAN Claude RAINS



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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951

ES

Caub Calling

Carnival Queen



Runner-up
grea ING in Barbados yester-
day morning by B.W 1A. from
Trinid Mi Greta Pierre,
runner wp for the 1951 Trinidad

Carnival Queen Competition, She
was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs
Conrad Gittens as chaperon and
her sister, Miss Winifred Pierre,
a student at St. Theresa’s Inter-
mediate School.

Miss Pierre who is Demonstre-
tor at the Singer Sewing Machine
Company, has been awarded a free
air passage as well as free hotel
accommodation for one week in
3arbados for herself and chaperon
The party however. intend spend-
ing two weeks here and are stay-

it “Accra”, Rockley.

With Gulf Petroleum
. R. ARROYO who is with
Chek Petroleum Company in
Caracas, Venezuela, arrived here
on Friday by B.W.1.A. for a week's
holiday. He was accompanied by
his wife and son and they are
1ying with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon

t of “Mervue”, Hastings.





Venezuelans End Holiday
R. L. GOMEZ, a prominent
businessman in Venezuela, his

wife and two children returned

home on Friday by L.A.V. after
spending two weeks’ holiday. They
were staying at Paradise Beach



MR. & MRS. BASIL BROOKS after their wedding at St. Patrick's

toman Catholic Church yesterday

















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Administrator's Daughter M,.P. On W.i. Tour — 3 Sik 8 :
ISS SUSAN ARROWSMITH, \f8. ALLAN LENNOX-BOYD, ,, ene ed ete
daughter of His Honour E. P a prominent British Member ~O™M¢ Dy the same opportunity on

Arrowsmith, “Administrator of of Parliamer ind Chairman of Friday were Mr, Alfredo Cruz,

Dominica and \ Arrowsmith. the Conservative Par Imperial another businessman of Caracas

left by T.C.A “rday on her Affairs Committee making a ®nd Mrs. Cruz and Mr. and Mrs.

way back to school in the U.K tour of the West Indies and is due Garcia, Mr. Garcia is with the

Miss Arrowsmith who had been to arrive in Barbados to-day by Shell Petroleum Company.

spending the summer holidays in 6.W.1.A. from Antigua They had spent two weeks’ holi-

Dominica with her parents, arri\ Studying Engineering day here staying at the Marine

oe Thursday by B.G " Re TUR NING to Halifax yester- Hotel.

ays anc was staying with Mr io. ™ ‘ seat

and =Mr Raymond Norris of ig by T.C.A. where , Fourth Visit

Argyle Flat, St. Lawrence Gay stud "ns a 7" a ment Coke AYING his fourth visit to Bar-
: it the Nova Scotia Technical Col bedos ae
lo Study In Canada lege, was Mr. Ronald Smith, son stone nA aoe ne ein te
MONG the passengers leaving of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Smith of gineers in Montreal. He arnitcian
for Canada by T.C.A, yester- Grenada. He arrived here during yesterday from Papa nce by T.C.A

day morning were three Barbadian the week by B.W.1LA. after spend- On peh, “Sareea |

tudents vho have gone up to ing the summer holidays with hi Tr: behalf of the Department _of
study Wecag are Mi Trevor parents in Grenada oth eer in eran aetece

Talma, son of Mr. H. A. Talm: ‘ wen We Tunway at awell. Mr.

Besiinn bin tare of ie oa Fer US. Course Johnstene will be in Barbados for

and Mrs, Talma of “Trevendor” M®* A. R. DICKSON, Magistrate o week, staying at the Ocean

Welches, Christ Church, who will and President of the Juvenile View Hotel

take a pre-dental cour © at Acadia Ce urt, British Guiana, is now In

University in Nova Scotia before "gland for the pui u T.C.A.’s Resident Engineer

loing dentist roper; Mr. Clyde i®8 British Pena! Institutions and M* ROSS MCKENZIE® Resi-

Ward son of Mr. and M GC method of treatment for juvenile dent Engineer for T.C.A., re-

Ward of W Christ Church, ¢e'nquency turned from Canada yesterday

who is go to the University, 0 The British l has arranged morning by T.C.A. after spending

British Columbia to study Applied for bin visit is and penal about a month’s holiday, He was

Science; and Mr. Walter Codring-_ instit in Nottingham, Wake- gocompanied 1} ka a 1

iit: seh Mi Be GA Ting “Ae el: Sa Ladmton aE. ta accompanied by his wife and

C odrington of Britten’ s Cross Road expected to be in England until family.

who is going to McGill Univer Novergbe:

sity to tale his B.Sc. after whict Mr. Dickson was formerly, Legal Off To Canada

he will study medicine Draughtsman in Barbados

} ? as 5 5 R. RALPH A. BEARD, City
Police Chiet—St. Lucia Studying Welfare Work M Real Estate Auctioneer, left

OL, ERIC JAMES, Superin- N a visit to England to study for Montreal yesterday morning
tendent of Police in St. Lucia, children’: handicraft and by T.C.A. While there, he hope
arrived here on Thursday by welfare work in rural and indus- to collect information which
B.W.LA, to meet his wife and trial areas is Miss Mildred Mans- might be useful to the newly form-
daughter who are expected to field, M.B.E., founder and Director ed Barbados Flying Club of which
arrive from England on the S.S. cf the Doreas Club, a Women’s he is an active member.
Golfito to-morrow. He is staying Welfare Institute in Georgetown Mr. Beard expects to be in

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
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FARM AND “veins SEWING §~ am, |} MINUTES

It is generally suppesed that

By AGRICOLA I L ell a few from the middle Marigolds do not do well in the
FARMER JONES REAPS ©f this particular ear; we find rainy months, as, owing to ex- By PENNY NOLAN AND ANN

CORN they ar airly and uniformly cessive rain they are apt to grow MUSGRAVE
Turning out after the recent “ck from cap to point ef sttech- very bushy ahd to have vety few gummy MEASUREMENTS
rainy anell to s ie eee were ment, of good depth, rectangular flowers. This really is often the
rainy a emia w Unit re in shape with straight sides which case, but, it is not the rule, and The measurements required for
ety telaks the: s a close pack on the cob— sometimes Marigolds will flourish drafting a basic skirt are as fol-
Dau iinet erentiess ver a good type for seed normally, and flower profusely all lows: —

gx Bap ph ges Re Le we look at som@ through the rainy season. There is 1. Hip measure 7” down from
#e . —_— a her ears: here is one, in appear- apparently no known reason for waist









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7 MILES

Express Air Reporter

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*“* powered by two
Armstrong Siddeley
Sapphire engines, has set
PILOT PRICKET! a new world climbing

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you up and hope you are keeping e satisfactory, but what about this variation in the Marigold’s 2. Hi ome ” ir In air 12 minntes ord

Lo 3 , 2. Pp measure 3” down from

"7 : Thank you and very of mernelss We find good breadth behaviour, and there is no telling waist e ‘ It *oomed to a height of
ee Nee oe of cap but grain shallow with at first what the plants intend to 3. Waist measure 4 hi h flier at 70ft.—nearly 7) miles—

ont ms maine te yes. w hi ie rounded sides, which indicates too go, flower or not flower. But after 4. Length from waist to floor ” g fom a standing start in
PJ. Weil canelr aie im some }. Oe We | ee between some weeks if they appear very at eentre front } . + ’ minutes 7 seconds: about

ways, not so good in others. — My ae ‘ at = bg ~ ‘ a big and bushy and yet the flowers 5 Length from waist to floor rome is linked t. a second

canes are now picking up their aoe es ernels, that js toO are few and far between, it an I vear-old test pilot



thin at bottom for a good yTelder; be concluded that t are not , at centre back

i : and another with longish, thin going to succeed, ae ae ° a from waist to floor
@ Weeds are Jumping tOo in I and narrow kernels, pointed at ¢hj ; - : at sides

other cultivations ends, peg-shaped. All these types bo hey e a. i ghee 7. Length of skirt usually worn
Ag.: Farming after all isn’t so should be rejected for seed except bed for something else. The two hip measures and the

foveign manure and jun ig but



toakt orieies | SLES
at rocky Jos 500 m.p.h.

Vibrant as
sunshine on your skin.















monotonous as people sometimes the first ot ch aaa bs sitec Waist measure should be broken The whee his plane started

think, Mr. Jones—seasons, crop too thet bane tae ae ee down into back and front meas- ng & the runway of Made with Lanolin .. . has

conditions, rain, sunshine all FWJ.: I much appreeiate this ¢ayour They eron” aaxily from Urements as we draft the back ' wton Vaience airfield, Glos,

bring change to the lovely coun- practical demonstration and it has dome or cutting, they ate hardy @"d front separately. To aid in 3 * ate tinea eve amooth feather-light texture.

tryside and, very import brought out some points that we requiring no more than the or- “ing this, tie a piece of narrow ~~ was touching 500 miles an Gidtisenes Bocewes Yoce
something to fill the family farmers are likely to overlook. qginary garden care. The flowers elastic around your waist and ~ he eased the cantrol q



Anything of special impo









nn 7 2 We often hear that selection of are bright and gay and last a week place a series of pins where the —~— ) mn back ang rocketed UD. | Powder smooths on your
am 3 ~ would lik o mention? planting material begins in the 6, more in water. It is safer Side seams should fall putting the NtceR ! ; SUES, & Sue eopebsticmcy peat 1 skin like a veil of silk

_ PS. was nearly forge ting, I field. Would you say that applies srow Marigolds f tti first pin in the elastic at the waist, 2 LAGOS NN J ae a tee a | Poth
just reaped some corn and, after . ° , to grow arigolds from cutting ¢ — ome ¢ At 712 p.m he was back an

reading the notes in the Sunday ae ead " vdiien as they are more likely to come the next pin 3” down the sic : : ‘ationary on the runway +. DT clings softly for hours and

° os in tne < ig.: Dedinitely; one Su ” h seam from the aistline i the aT Sapphire Meteor is not an ; ? S .
* 4 Z Ce gro m e waistline, anc Me 1 APP . 4

~—— ee wait cat tek aoe ae obesrrer aa the dowers oe Seer. ieee last pin 7” down from the waist- yperational plane The old Oe hours... . gives you that
and give me your opinion about that some plants are very tall, .

seed seléction and other ma of them being single. If you can- line.



some medium and some short, In

tear airframe has se 4
m i It is very important ‘that these oy ot a A an natural vivid look!
but am windy situatians, tall stalks are NOt get cuttings from a friend, Ss very important that the






































Ag.: Most willin : ins Het 4 Mae ths atl wake Sri OF = ci 3a »phire engine whieh = te
quite sure you know a good deal likely to blow over easily, while UY 4 bunch of Marigolds, enjoy Pins be in a line that will ma Pe - ‘ost powerful flying anvwhere
about such things yourself. Any- those of medium height are the flowers, and then plant the 4 becoming side seam for you i = me world,
how, let us go and see *" sturdier and bear just as good stems. ‘These stems will some- To aid in judging this tie a small .
F.J.: Well, here it is: I am still ears; short stalks may carry their times actually root in the water, Woe en tie end of & sirine A a en Dp ? O60 l f
husking, as you see ears. too close to the ground and so when planted get off to about a yard long. eee Na Some Os mi es rom
to: The ta where they are eaaily damaged. © fring start oe of aks wecnne cat t
Ag.: he lot is above the Another point to remember is to ... : P wais , .
average and spe: well for your select : aaah as possible from Tips for the Garden it fall naturally. Are your othe: More fo n Valence
careful husbandry; of course, the plants bearing two good ears and Geraniums two pins to make the two hip @ é ‘ eee |
ears vary much as is usual in these at an angle from the stalk; measurements in line with the ; ri a saa peices : ; 3] | ey apvourtiuttr, PunTEvoRs OF soar
West Indian corn, Suppose we ‘ht ears pressed close against Geraniums do not flower well string? Is the seam line indicated pe eI > preduction im America may be seriously | 1O HM, THE KING
examine some for seed purposes, t stalk do not shed rain and during these rainy months. This by the string a becoming one? Do . wn be el-grey metal of which |
as you suggest. Here is a good h not the same room for devel- {s the time to break them up and this for both side seams most have n {1 and which is found in |
looking type: ear well filled opment. Finally, store your seed replant. Nigeria, a British Cx ree |
straight rows of kernels whict corn carefully; the old fashioned As with any other measuring, ; : |
not run into each other | kitehen had its uses for this pur- Chrysanthemums skirt measurements are not easy oa s ca n : oe + this |
and tip with all sorts of irregular pose; when sufficiently dry, tie the to take on oneself without help. 9 . Meet ent. eerie Mane ca Sint aa rioaaie
shapes; there are 16 row of outer husks together and hang the August is the last month that However it is possible to take thi noe Sacer avers ig “Gein e
kernels, a good average. Ear rows ex in pairs over a rafter where Chrysanthemum suckers should be series of skirt measurements on ane : cial slog ta 7 ‘eorain that big
vary usually from 12 to 24, always the smoke will help to preserve planted for them to flower at yourself in this way. Place the ca Wear ‘uety (desosits of the metal exist in the
with an even number, but the and protect them from molds and Christmas time. Planted in Sep- tape measure around your hip ‘ock near Jos in northern nining areas But develop: |
greatest number of row muld insects. Otherwise, husk out the tember they will flower after at the lowest pins. Do not draw : of these resources is going |
not ~ the deciding factor since ears and put them in a ware * Christmas. the tape tight but take an easy From th imp he was ly that the Wor DOr
size, shape and density of kernel drum with a tight fitting lid anc easurement. Extra ease is from old tin mines—British ste has been told re is ‘
must also be considered in rela- distribute naphthalene balls in Unhealthy Plants ee measurement when firms are g ’ i enou of nereased supplies within
tion to yield. You see, per » little bags between the corn at the Excessive rain will make some drafting to allow for sitting eas a r Ribehcut ed sa onden Express Service
of grain to cob is importan ate of one pound per bushel. piants lose their healthy green, so you don’t need to take the meas pears , : eit a ale a
a many rowed ear may have Reserve a good stock of ears and nq turn a sickly yellow. When ure loose enough for that ene
(though not necessarily) a large at planting time proceed = as this happens give the plant a few
cob with plenty of space between indicated above with final selec- Zooiications of Sulphate of Iron. Write the full measurement FRUIT-JAR BABY
the kernels themselves; hence the tion. I have enjoyed the visit and Sulphate f I é be bought down then measure across th f
need as well to examine ; nple the chat and will see you anon, wae au en ¢ _ ie fr the lowest pin to the
. " ane So raerd : ei ‘ ir. powder form from any Chemist. front from the W piu 2 : i ~
of the kernels when selecting. I hope, Mr. Jones. Dissolve half a pound in half a lowest pin in the side sean Sub- A lib. 1l50z. BABY, born four going to hospital the baby was
srk } S st 25 ow bucket of water and give a little tracting thie. from front, ———. month eee * pepe a = yeaa gear ea
> If; 2 i" — Dac ¢ > « PDeCE from the fu measure WI give fine in an incubator in hospita a basket packed with [rult jars
Rupert and f ve orcerer ast a oe as tows you the back hip measurement at Knoxville, Tennessee Before filled with hot water.
SFE) ae regained their healthy green. Measure the hips at 3” from the
NS baa. \| tS a} Dee mee 5 waist and the waistline in the
7 Pi howard er Watering same manner.
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The length m«msurements may
A good soaking once a day is be taken with a weighted tape.
better for plants than a sprinkling Allow the weighted end to just

Sa

twice a day. touch the floor and measure to the
waistline. : i
Cut-And-Come If your figure is in about

September is the month to average proportions you may omit
plant seeds of the Cut-and-Come, all but one of the length meas-
Once they start to flower, Cut- urements and draft for a waist-
and-Come will continue flowering line that slopes from centre back



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; for several months. to centre front one half inch
Before landing Rupert cruises low so he glides to earth and starts It is important in drafting a i and eleg, eli throu the day
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Carlton (for 4 Wkts.) _....... 5g ©@88t of the Constables for 94 runs.

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against Carlton at Bank Hall yes- 1; Smith opened the attack for
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, tart until 2.40 ps Frank King sent down 14 overs,
nee F on accoun of the rain-dama takin four wickets for 2/ rus
For Good Shooti = wicket, Carton won the toss av! whic! Sirs Satie took, as mans
oo ing eees © already de sent Empire to the wicket wickets in 12 overs for 36 runs
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There is no_ better taken th luncheon interval! that some dif- prAna ela: five Roms tor ly
general purpose cart- of wickets culty was experienced, runs but did not take a wicket.
ridge than Eley ‘Grand ie E. A. V. WILLIAMS Carlton took the field yesterday A. Bienman, in his dogged in-
Prix’ it is waters I Carlton heads the bowling average. This pace with “Bpogles” Williams who has yjn for 47 not out, saved the
ne hieel rl € ed consistent performances for the past three seasons just returned from England and Police team from entire collapse.
resisting, hard-hitting, ! | he t even been given Trial Game status. If there is his brother J. A. Williams who He took most of the bowling and
and unfailingly depend- ; will tell him that he always bowls out the has just left Harrison College. W content to play down the
able. Supplied in 12 . ill count against him. R. Norville opened with Robin- pumpers from King and Mr. Smitn.
k I } t 7 : i
em OEâ„¢ lahieh: With ee] not qualified. However, he has friends at son for Empire Robinson faced pe made quite a number of up-
gauge 2 gth i id} \ remembered / G. Edghill from the northérn end , strokes but clear of the fields-
L.1/16 oz. or I} oz. H ¢ e tall giant Empire bowler is fourth and he too I and off-drove the first delivery Soa ne ;
{ loads and in. other 2 : een aCe ¢! ce or a aioe — - ae or I ow ler’s next Blenman got good support from
t \ a MUL SCC all} tice ing taken o ghill and Barker, G@€livery, however, took Norville’s - ‘ c ‘ a wa,
gauges. The erages follow:— middle stump and one wicket wa G. Lovell who got 13 runs, The
BATTING down for one 1 E C:; ws Wes two batsmen made an eighth
Patsman i N.O. Total 1s Av. Robins« # ae oes woe vicket stand yielding 34 runs, and
= ; 4 5 263 137 678 bin. on, and piayed out the over pt a time when collapse of the
| ( j 2 141 130 47.00 J- A. Williams cume on from the police team seemed certain.
‘ ‘ i 2 184 10% 46 00 outhern end and the batsmen con- N > atsm:z ache
WATER-RESISTING € : 2 125 40 41 66 és a ee f No other Police batsman reached
SH ‘OTGUN CARTRIDGES | W ' 0 154 120" 48 9 oe The veg WI 2 a 1f¢°W double figures.
"GRAND PRIX” ¢ “GASTIGHT” » “MAXIMUM” « “ALP " a: “Se uaby, Mostly by singles, but-ake
e HAMAX ee 1 i4 28 ' R ; ¢ , ‘ “eins
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( 0 112 500 2 ‘ c y ave snicked a
, Factory Representatives: T, GEODES GRANT LTD. é r a delivery from K. Greenidge who ¥.M.P.C. 66 and (for 3 wkts) 20
. ‘ 0 87 43 had come on i lace of Edg! Harrison College 37
: ‘ ; me ni place of Edghiil, 19% .
Trinidad, Jamaica, British Guiana, Barbados mala : ' o i and was well taxen by the wicket Very low scores were recorded
. 40 y wic >
i 2 0 40 keeper McKenzie for 9. E. Grant !% the Harrison College—Y,.M.P.C,
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t a 0 61 oo Robinson add a single to the I ee toud yesterday. a
1 00 “ Bie to the scor
ani LONDON 9 80 before attempting a » wicket was soft and at times the
- 7 6 80 tempting a hook off p
Seppiaeetpenistneercennititestanaipiinietiiaiecs panies? 0 ne 2% 40 2° A. Williams i was caught by ” il did “tricks. Twenty-three
al i i 43 225 Greenidge. He $s out for nou acwets fell for the day ae
1 54 2425 H. Barker joined Robinson and runs were scored. Y.M.P.C.
1 ef 7, these were together , at the tun- hi Soe euned. a Arey! innings
6 1 60° 60 cheon interval with the score at “2% ; ‘
5 r 0 87 2116 28 for 3, coe ; Y.M.P.C, was first to occupy the
m , t 1 30 20 40 wicket, R. Austin proved the
1G. Ste 8 0 65 2 i On the resumption wickets fel; OUtStanding player of the day. He
| BOWLING quickly includuig Robinson's wnu 'PScored for Y.M.P.C, with 32
fg. ° 3 m Ww Av. played doggediy throughout bur ous of a first innings total of 66.
> oe 79 38 at . 3 was unfortunately run out. No 4 other Y.M.P.C, batsman
| c Wa 70 16 15 10 13 Carlton lost tnree early wickets reached double figures. The best
sontta m5 6M Fe eter 1? sehebut MBoogles” Wil. OMINSRND wee, Qeteemn. Anse
anc ‘ke ‘ > ‘uns
| J. Wi 10 14 10 78 diams and N. &. Lucas took the eit r * Burke Pee Jt added 25 zune
af. Sim 19 14 1142 score safely pass Empire off Mr yy - Nee caught by Hope
‘ 6 11 11 81 “Booples” was sauReit ( 1t Mr, eadley.
< 13 17 ETE * Appia ete oo eee »y ; For College Si q n-
ae | i 1 SeraNelds’ of ‘Grant for 8° with thé - College M. Simmons, open
1K "7 13 RDP accre at a8 Taucs aaoet ing fast bowler, sent down nine
|W. G 24 19 IE ood * ducas and C. White overs and captured six wickets
Vv OM ay 18 ap PrAyes Os time taking the score for 14 runs, He bowled four
aoa ; ig 18 14 to 58, Lucas being 29 and White maidens, Mr. Headley and M
N. M 2 Grant and C. Beckles each took Worme took two each for 33 and
c. Smit 2 of the wickets for 23 and 14 eight respectively,
4 : respectively, College fared worse in their first
innings. They were bowled out
i LODGE vs. SPARTAN tor a meagre 37 runs, C, Blackman
E. Head raf * t a
myth petal topscored with 11 and a partner-
Hp aac es ; a ; At the end o: the tirst day's ship between himself and Worme,
| te ie mene fo tne “ederation Internationale de Natation Ama- play of their First Division Cricke: the best for the team, added 14
| teur, This means that this sporting body is the first of the local sport- match at Lodge School, Spartan runs, Worme, the only other
ing associations who n pete. two months ago to form a local Olympic ive got the Lodge boy y in i posi- batsman to reach double figures,
mmittee, to become affiliate, ite pare he f oe Me > Lod ys é $1 a :
sel ae ee e - eee ea ery body. | The tion from which they might jor: cored ten.
| Olympie Committee ean dca sminnas : sae fe fore the Barbados a two to one innings deteat nex _ Y-M.P.C, bowled only _ three
ComieMidke a0 taut asticee nee eee 'd to a Inte rational Olympic Saturday. Spartan, mainly througn bowlers They were R, Austin,
iue to be held in Hel inkl in 1952 epresented at the Olympic Games their bowlers F. D. Fhillips ana I. Buike and E, Branker, Branker
it hel r k 952, . sen y . prs ¢ i
ty. Sy Moe on : , L. F. Harris were able to dismiss “®&t down four overs and _ five
Mi im rwood Opne ae Secretary of the Barbados water Lodge for 70 and have put up 1 balls, He captured four wickets
olo a lation received the folloy * letter ae et ; 8 any i 3 il ass : es Abs :
n Wednesday;— 7 owing letter from FINA’s Secretary jn prisk time for the loss of fou ae d eee : ae s ene :
bial es It my pleasure to inform you, that the “FINA” Bureau in its yo Diswetoe 2s an i Greinlitnen of
MPM Mg pe nowy e seek eey ti in He 1 1 ; 9 ‘ ¥ y 5 s 48 “Ss a go00c i i :
MGS eK nectir eld in Helsinki, Finlay n August 25th, 1951, passed favour- beth on aie ie o phillips oe which were maidens, Burke sent
seo : os ial . a ony : vie r application for affiliation to our International Federa- “ pa 7 . ~ down six overs and claimed three
Feeling liverish? ‘Take a glass of ENO’S “ Fruit Salt’. The tion and classified your Association for Group “C” membership re- {UF Wickets for 16 runs during for 19.
wonderful effervescence of ENO’S freshens a dry, stale mouth 2 a ‘ as re ne ot 7 pot . for pennies dues. johns cane ae ae vais Y.M.P.C, in their second ven-
ciel , m1, sd . RS A Si sal erely hope th you will take an aetive interest in the eo eae see > ture are so far 20 3 2
banishing all trace of hangover. ENO’S is a gentle laxative and a iffairs of our International body and tMat you will ccmtinue to Deb who opened the bowling with Joss of three sithate.; te oe
mild antacid. It contains no Glauber’s Salt, no Epsofn Salts. | mote our sport in your district under our rules and xegulations: Phillips also captured four wickets, idge 6 and H, Ingram 1, are the
> 4% hs ‘ pa Our communications will be sent to you regularly.” his for 21 runs. n t ate or CO
cep your “ Fruit Salt” by you—and take it regularly. ‘That’s : ) ' a ro. not out. batsmen, Kor College
Keep 3 yy egularly. ‘I | @*ROUP ““ membersh 'p means that Barbados has been classified All the Lodge batsmen found Mr, Headley took the three wickets
the way to keep fit, day by day, all the year round. |, wider “Smaller Nation Group “A” is for Large Nations, Group. ‘ifficulty in negotiating the Spar- in six overs, two of which were
| “B" Small Nations, ete, Trinidad, Jamaica and Bermuda are also t4n attack on the wicket which maidens,
classified as Group “C” memt was slig / “avy. The —_—
9 a Pah Crt ers : mas S ghtly Reavy The only
I ¢ ’ 1¢ Barbados Water Polo Association must be con- batsman to enter double figures a é
SS vratulated for beir © prompt to fall in line w sn i was Brookes who usually helps his Jiek .
I n line with international : ] t ICKWIC Ss
, | requirernents, and when the time comes for an Olympic team to be “team in the role of fast bowler.
Cee 6 f e e j chosen to represent Barbados that they will receive every considera- He came in at a time when his W d :
e ES | tion, i ‘ team was 41 for the loss of seven An erers
Ir = | _ in the five years of their existence, they have never looked wickets and hit two fours anda ‘
Mex |! ick In 1949 they began exchanging yearly visits with Trinidad six, NO PLAY
f ‘ ' it lor tie nda ; " : >
Ni f cit dot) | om ithe in m rcolor 1 field and a pre sent two local teams (a ladies Brookes went on to be the hero
vas Pare oe 4 ers regs a ing a mens team) are in Trinidad trying conclusions with Trini- for Lodge by taking three of the Although there was brilliant
hike i ITE a; ests) SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED id teams, four wickets. S } unshine yesterday and the
‘ ‘4 for IRREGULAR ACTION, For any ve-year-old association to finance a tour, as the Bar- ot e By ESD RE NO URE ROB, Kensington Saraeh we firm
y] SICK HEADACHE, LIVERISHNESS, ' % water polo association is at present doing, paying passage Sars ues . ; there was n dla “in the
BILIOUSNESS, HEARTBURN, et rt iys for twenty players and accommodating them at an hotel fe wane dae an eee Pickw ick -Wandavers Fite Di
for ry ate riot ve deaths tis tee See oad x or the day with 46. e scored ae eee eee aaa
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CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT

The Jester II, Embers and Best Wishes
By BOOKIE »



FEW weeks ago whenI wrote
about the Jamaican filly Embers
I did not have her pedigree before me
to consult. However since then the
Jamaican racing annual has come to
hand and I am able to trace not only
her breeding but her performance as
a two-year-old as well. Entitled “The
Racing Year in Jamaica” the book also
has in some useful information of the
performances of Foot Mark and Mark
Twain as three-year-olds and is altogether very interesting.



By Merry Mark out of Cinders, Embers is a half sister to Anti
Diem whom we saw racing here last year at the ripe age of 7 or 8.
f£mbers did well as a two-year-old but was beaten on several o€casions
by the filly All Smiles and her own stable mate Paris, and as a result
of this.I gather that she was rated as the third best two-year-old in
Jamaica in 1950. Incidentally Paris, who is now so badly off
form in Trinidad, was rated as second best and this, says the Jamaican
annual, is merely a matter of opinion because he left Jamaica before
he had a final test with All Smiles and on these grounds some might
even regard him as the best. This interests me a great deal for after
seeing Paris win one race in Trinidad last Christmas I was convinced
that he was a very good horse. I am therefore not alone in think-
ing so and we can imagine what a sorry state he must be in if ne
is now beaten by such a moderate one as Flame Flower over 7%
furlongs.

From what I can gather about Embers’ three-year-old career in
Jamaica she continued to play second fiddle for the first 3 months
to All Smiles, who took among other races the Jamaica Guineas of
a mile and distance in her stride. After that Embers then emerged
as the better stayer of the two by taking the Jamaica Oaks, in which
I believe All Smiles was absent, and then going on to beat the latter
soundly in the Derby.



From this we may expect that whatever happens before the
Trinidad Derby is run next December, the one certainty is that Embers
will be the best stayer in the race. This is easily deduced from the
fact that ‘both the Jamaican Oaks and Derby are races of a longer |
distance than we have either here or in Trinidad for any class. To i

be exact the Oaks is 1%4miles and the Derby the traditional 1% miles.

[The Trinidad Derby is only 1 mile and 130 yards.

Unfortunately for Embers being the best stayer on the list for
the Trinidad Derby does not necessarily make her the one with the
best chances. Indeed the very fact that the Derby will only be
a mile and 130 yards will make it a far more open event than if it
were over any other distance, I say this for the following reasons:
The Jester’s limit so far is 74 furlongs, Best Wishes’ 9 furlongs, Em-
bers’ 14 miles, Paris’ 6 furlongs. Bring them all together over the mile
and a distance of the Derby and, ergo, you have the race of the

century. : : ; ;
That I admit is an over simplified solution which causes one
to have many moments of pleasant thoughts contemplating the

different ways in which the race might be run with all resulting in
one final quadruple dead-heat on the post. But there is no doubt
that there is much left for the Trinidad Derby to prove.

First of all there is The Jester Il, who is still the favourite. By
Merry Mark out of All Gold, this gelding is, on breeding alone one
whose stamina potential is yet to be ascertained. Champion sire though
he may be, Merry Mark has not been out here long enough for it
to be said whether he is better at siring sprinters or stayers. In
tact it seems to me that so far it has depended largely on what
mares he has been mated with and in that way it might be said that
he has no definite propensity for producing offspring either in one
category or the other. This means that a lot must depend on The
Jester II’s dam. In this respect weshave the example of his half-
sister Rosemary and of her it can definitely be said that a mile and
a distance is the extent of her capabilities, Nor is this in very good
company,

As we also have the example of The Jester II racing over the
mile and 130 yards of the Derby course with the same Rosemary last
June and barely scraping home, it might be taken as cut and dried
that we will know what he is going to do. But it is not as simple as
that. For one thing The Jester II will be six months older when he
comes to run in the Derby, for another he will be carrying more weight
in the Derby than he did when he beat Rosemary by a short head.
We have therefore to find out if The Jester II has made the improve-
ment whfch some do when racing over distances in the latter months
uf their third year, or whether against better opposition with sor:
weight he might net prove to be just a good six furlong sprinter and
no more, There is no escaping from the fact that both Embers and
Best Wishes are much better than Rosemary,

Next will Embers have the speed to outfoot The Jester IL and
Best Wishes at any part of the race and particularly so at the
tinish? If we are to judge from her performances in Jamaica this
year it would seem that Aii Smiles, a filly whom I gather has a stride
much like Best Wishes, was too much for her over a distance almost
the same as the Trinidad Derby. It was only when it came to the
extra half mile in the Derby that Embers’ stamina enabled her to get
on terms with All Smiles who led for the first mile and a quarter.
As The Jester Il and Best Wishes have shown that they were, at two-
years-old, equally as good or better than Paris, who in turn was rated
similarly against All Smiles in Jamaica, it will also be seen that Embers
does not occupy the position of superiority which Foot Mark enjoyed
over his contemporaries when he came down to Trinidad for the Derby
last year. In effect the Trinidad Derby should be the race to decide
which is the best three-year-old creole in the whole of the B.W.I.

Thirdly, we have Best Wishes. Her performance in the Barbados
Guineas and her recent triumph in the Barbados Derby have given
definite proof that she is most formidable over anything between
7% and 9 furlongs. On breeding, too, her stamina potential is around
this distance if we are to judge by her brothers and sisters who num-
ber such as Toronto (raced in England), Genghis Khan, St. Moritz
and Bow Bells. In fact, Best Wishes’ Derby was very reminiscent of
Genghis Khan’s performance when he defeated Infusion amd Don
Arturo in the-B.T.C, Stakes of March 1948, In each case they led
their respective fields and in each there were two challenges, the last
coming when Holder had dropped his hands. In each case they found
something extra to pull out, although to all appearances they seemed
to be ready to collapse. That I call the indelible mark of stamina. As
Best Wishes obviously has more speed than Genghis Khan, it estab-
lishes her quality and it is to be expected that a mile and 130 yards
should be her pet distance.

Lastly, what shall we discover about Paris? The feeling continues
to sneak around me that this colt is going to turn up for the Derby
as fit as a fiddle. Then we might well be in for the surprise of our
lives. Nor must we reckon without Cross Roads who is now in a
similar position.

Come what may, the Derby of 1951 will be worth seeing.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951 .
From “shrinking violet” to world champion ? That's
the pregramme mapped for Britain’s Ray Wilding in
LODGE SC HOOL vs SPARTAN
DALY’S DREAM 0 0°"
Phillips

CROWDS of
hunters,
Runyon
unavailing

guarding the door. We just



Those cops thought otherwis«
“De Boss says stay out so

taking | 2 a misery, snarled
the Diggest of them as Nhe d hi
outsize companions pushed us ana
our shrill protests back

later the
was all smiles. A huskier
giant than himself had appeared
at the rear of the importunate
throng and our tumult died away
in wonder at its owner, all six feet
three inches of him elbowing his
way through with a polite but
firm, “Excuse me please,” in an
accent somewhere between those
of Lancashire and Lexington

Ten seconds
policeman

peppery



GEORGE WHITING

Boxing Reporter, meets
another British boxer,
whose name may one day

make world headlines.



letting
the

“How do you like that,
a limey through?” yipped
smallest of our sweat section

“Aw, shuddup. Don’t you know
who that big guy is?” admonished
his slightly larger companion.
“That limey is Ray Wilding and
he’ll rate a million bucks one year
from now. He's gonna be the next
world heavy-weight champeen, so
be your age, and shuddup.”

That corner-of-the-mouth fore-
cast could be right on target, ex-
cept that the blond, bristle-topped
giant is looking beyond a million
bucks. Call it pounds sterling and

you would be nearer the mark.
Three years ago when he was
19 Ray Wilding was pushing a

pen in a railway yard-master’s
office in Northwich, Cheshire. Six
pounds a week was his lot—none

too much for a fatherless ex-
Marine with a mother and kid
sisters Yvonne and Christine to

upport in an ancient
denied all mod cons.
His Pay: 15/-
The best his cromes would have
prophesied for the shy, hes:tant
Ray Wilding was a lifetime stroil
towards a State pension, impeded
by creeping paralysis in the am-
bition department
If anyone thought differently it
was Wilding himself and blonde
May Haspell a village lass who is
hortly being urged to accept an
engagement ring that will knock
Northwich into a heap of admir-

cottage

ation.

Life began for Ray when his
pal, Bob Roberts, asked him to
step along to a pocket gymna-

sium in Weaverham, Cheshire,
and try the feel of a pair of box-
ing-gloves on his ham hands.
Apparently they fitted: for a few
weeks later, in a patched-up
marquee, Wilding underwent this
first public test as a pugilist.
They paid him 15s
Those prentice punches in a
sawdust ring fired an ambition
that may make Wilding a box-
ing celebrity with a nest-egg fat
enough to withstand the ravages
of even the Inland Revenue.
The early part of the Wilding
saga is well enough known to
British boxing enthusiasts, Any
fight-minded youngster will tell
you how Wilding had his jaw
broken when sparring at £5 a
day with America’s Lee Savold
Scarborough, and how that
seemingly unhappy interlude led
to his “adoption” by Bill Daly
the New York fight manager.
‘Scary Kid
Now let Daly continue
story—as he told it to me
we talked in his summer
on the placid Atlantic shore at
Avon City, New Jersey.
“Wilding was just a big scary
kid outside the ring afraid of
the lights of London and shak-

the
when
home

us—reporters,
ticket speculators, and a hundred assorted Damon
characters—heaved
way against a row of irritated New York c

NEW YORK
Cameramen,

and pressed our puny

had to talk to Joey Maxim



RAY WILDING

ing in his shoes when he saw
the Statue of Liberty. But I cur-
ed all that shrinking violet ma-
larky

“After a few
bounced Ray
the 48 states
roughies and

weeks I had
around in 15 of
mixing with the
toughies meeting
folks, talking to them with con-
fidence and taking the yelling
and hollering of the American
fight game in his stride.

“He has licked all six of hi

opponents and handed out a
busted nose or two. Nothing both-
ers Ray now. He is still an Eng-
lish gentleman, but he can han-
dle situations and he’s going big
places

“Sure he gets homesick at times
Who wouldn’t? But he’ll be back

in England for a coupla fight
October. He’s ready right now
for any heavy weight in Europe

“One year
stepping in
and the
on the
untold
breaks.
ed five

from now he'll be
with America’s best
chips will be right there
table. Ray can stack up
wealth if he gets the
Dempsey and Louis gross-

million dollars apiece

With TV around, Wilding can
top both of them.
“You British ain’t had a world

heavyweight champion since Bob

Fitzsimmons fifty years ago, but
you got another one coming up
right on the line. Wilding’s got
more on the ball than Tommy
Farr or Bruce Woodcock ever
had.”

Grinning broadly, but without
confusion at this roseate recom-
mendation Wilding heaved his
144 stone of well-trained muscle
off a neighbouring chair and said
he sure would do his darnedest to
make the Daly dream come true
The American idiom slips smooth-
ly off the Wilding tongue these
days. So does the American way
of life

Wilding arrived in America
without a penny in his pocket
Now he shares with two Cana-
dians a five-roomed apartment at
the foot of a mountain in Clifton,
New Jersey. He pays £6 a week
rent, has half a dozen suits, helps
in the household chores and re-
joices in a second-hand Chevrolet
he bought for £12.

Four Eggs

Above ull he works at lis trade
as regrettably few English fight
ers have worked—with only two
weeks’ holiday since last October.
He pounds the mountain foothills
on roadwork six mornings a week,
he shifts four eggs for breakfast,
he makes life uncomfortable for

the champions and chumps with
whom he spars in two hours of
intense gymnasium work every
day. And he retires to bed three
times a day.

I love it and I hope it pays off

Now I’m in shape I feel I can
fight anything on two legs,” says
Wilding.

I have seen too many of these



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Extras
Tot -
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R w
F. D. Phillips 10.5 4 16 4
I F. Harris a : 21 4
K Bowen 5 =
N. Harris 3 4
SPARTAN 1ST INNINGS
Atkins ¢ Hutehinson b Brookes ,
Griffith not out ’
Bowen ¢ Glasgow + Brookes 10
L. F. Barris ¢ Glasgow b Mr
MeComie 4
S. Chase ec wkpr. Mr. Wilkes
b Brookes >
F. L. Cosgier not ovt '
Extras 12
Total l1¢
Fall wickets: 1—10, 2—27 -62
4—10
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M R Ww
Brookes 4 42
Mr. McComie 9 1 25
Farmer 4 20
Wilkie ‘ 1 8
Giasgow 1
EMPIRE V. CARLTON
Empire—ist Imnings
©. M. Robinson run out 2
R. Norville b Edghill 0

E. Cave c (wkpr) b K. Greenidge 9
E. Grant c K. Greenidge b
J Williams 0

C. Alleyne c Edghill b Greenidge 5
S. Rudder c Edghill b Lucas 1
O. Fields c Warren b Greenidge 3
A. Symmonds b Lucas 0
C. Beckles b Lucas 2
H Barker run out . . 2
H A. King not out 0
8 bs.,1 nb . 4

Total a7

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO M R w

G Edghill ei0 0 8 1
y Williams 11 2 18 1
K. Greenidge 11 4 12
N. 8. Lueas 3 0 3

CARLTON

F. Hutchinson «
Beckles

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IST INNINGS

Symmonds b

R. Hutehinson c Cave b Grant 0
N. S. Laueas not out 29
C B Willian c Fields b Grant K
Cc White ne out 2
2 bs., 1 wd
Total ifor 4 wkt 68

Fall of wickets: 1—16, 2—17, ®—17, 4—48



BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R Ww
H Parker ‘ 4 0 1s 0
c Beckles 8 4 i4 2
E w Grant ll ; 23 2
s Rudder 1 0 2 0
oO Fields 3 2 1 0



Police Beat
Invincible

The two day Police Second XI
Invincible cricket match ended

on Thursday September 13 with
an innings and 43 runs victory
for Police, The match which
was played at Queen’s Park
started on September 6

On the first day of play Invin-

cible won the toss and batted and
scored 87 runs in their first in-
nings. The chief scorers were C.
Daniel 43 and A. Quintyne 17.

A good bowling spell by F.
Taylor who took four of the
wickets for 16 runs after bowling
seven overs and three balls —
was perhaps the maim reason
why the Invincible team was not

so invincible. Police in their
turn at the wicket replied with
187 runs F. Forde topscoring with

33, G. Cheltenham 25 and Skipper
E. Denny 20.

Best bowler for Invincible was
R. Inniss He took three wickets
for 37 «runs Invincible again
collapsed in their second innings
and were skittled out for 57 runs,
C. Griffith bagged four of the
wickets and conceded seven runs
in doing o. Skipper Denny



took three of the wickets for 22
runs
white hopes fade out Sut there

is just a chance that Wilding may
make the grade
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Fall of wickets: 1—#, 2—17, 3—22, 4-22
23, @-—30, 750, 8—84
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o M R wi
Frank King 4 3 2 +
Mr. I. Smith e 2 36 4
Grant is
COLLEGE vs. * MPC
Â¥MPC ist Innings
I Greenidge c wkpr Blackman
b_ Simmons 8
FE. Branker ¢ Hewitt. b Simmons i
O, Edghill ec Woarme, b Simmons >

D, Greenidee b M
B. Porter ¢

Headley
Tudor, b Simmon 4









I. Burke ¢ Hope, b M Headley
S. Geddard ¢ M Headley, b Simn-
mons 3 oO eip him! referee heip |
H,. Mayhew c M Headley, b Sin Do help hit f ,ou can
mor D jet the “Sugar Ray” Yankee
H. Ingram e Tudor, b Worme Break up the Englishmar
R. Austin c Sin ns, b Worme
3. Archer not ou > 1 Turpin came in smiling
Extras 4 | O: course he had high hopes
But when the tenth reund ended
Total 66 | He ed “God bless the rope
Fall Wickets: 1—8, 2-9, 3-18, 4 ibs t Sugar’ gave hi
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BOWLING ANALYSIS lis face after the bat
; o. M k W d pass for purple silk
M. Simmons 9 + 4 66
F Tudor 1 0 4 0 ome Bajans who are different
Mr. Headley & i 38 2 Argued the other Way
c Reid 1 0 3 0 | Had Turpin rise to “Sugar
Worn « 1. oO 8 2 [He would be dead to-da
BOWLING ANALYSIS S >
Oo M R. W. | Joe said, P'm not a boxer
M. Simmons 5 1 8 0 But boys this is quite true
Mr. Headley 6 2 6 3 |] Robert has been my referee
M. Worme 1 1 0 0 | Whenever [ face Lou
Harrison Cellese — ist Innings .
FE. Hope c Greenidge b Il. Burke 0 ler punches you must feel them
M wren c wkpr. Goddard, b I 19 | Dd feel them pretty soor
Burke ‘ arte ‘or Lou lt oman
S. Hewitt ¢ 0. Edghill, b R. Austin 0 . Brrr Reig. nF ; yon
C. Blackman b R. Austin i" ms
Mr Headley c¢ Archer, b I. Burke @ . fast
a Wines Ce eatin ; Sometines the breakfa mit
H. Alleyne e¢ Greenidge, b E las Aa cnt ig hedly tou yap
ee d when it comes to dinne
L_ Medford e Greenidge b E ante eng os gee eee
Branker 0
F. Tudor stpd. wkpr. Goddard, b oods going up every morning
=. Branket 2 all the talk through town
G. Foster not out 2 » while the goods keep going t
C. Reid c¢ Archer, b Branker 0 | The dinner must boil dowr
Extras 6
ne thing true ‘bout the womer
Total a7 | You see it all about
~ The harder the food lessons
21, 4 | The more the girls spread out
37
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ae, ae impossible for anyone the varie enic eff t al-
to appr } } Gerr n f - Way « r & re rive or G
tier without miflict r I i
but for those of 1 ent Again we had perfect food
who have survived two worid al t I ‘ t
forced b) jermarny on mankit \ er side of the
the cmotional confli is intensi- ,; : aft
fled runt water in the rot
This giant country which wa ‘ as tt oo
welded into unit by the word I ll not mention the
and then orn under b he again, | I id like the G
sword N ti t fu nad a hundr 3
its char: c or elier to visit ra‘ d
devil yet another generation Germa They wou'd get th
a ours clk uf: t ise
Years gone by rise up again
BEHIND us on the road lay Interlude
Liége dnd Louvain, those Belgian S ss: ens” ec tlakaent
cities Whose names were burned 5 eee alioae abn ba = se
into our very souls 1914, Ahead CHORE: Saree -

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Germany. ravaged by

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try in history of her. 1 oe cae Gress
As we whited at the frontier in I asked her where £
post I thought of my itto Col- came from. : ;
ogne and Berlin in 1934, when “Sorry, I don’t speak -Ger-
Hitler's Night the Long Knives wey she said, “I’m — from
east its malignant shadow on the London on a Cook's Tour.
face o arth
"Anat Gouna of my visits after Along the eutobahn
the war to the Rhine when Cologne NOW for the long
was a heap of senseless rubble yyunich ale sabes el those er :
with all but one of its eigyt bridges |. , autobahns with hich
broken. the Nazis covered the Reict
THIS time two thin-faced be- There is no‘Mineg-in the ™
spectacled German officials with |. i theta hiahwava. I is tru
precise voices took down our par- 4/1" Hi tler buil ihe t ojgry es
ticulars. that Hitler built them or 1
swift transporting of armies but

No doubt they are admirable mow they are pathways of peice.
men, well meaning, and incor- You can travel safely at 70 o1
ruptible, but it was just this type 80 miles an hour until you weary

of officia) that questioned and pre- of it and coast quietly at 60.










pared the list of those who were THERE are American a
to go to the concentration cam} galore, quite a number of /Frencn
and the exter on ovens and British as well but hy
The crime of i Germany still «German contribution to the tra‘
challenge the human conscience. is lorries, ‘more lorries, and still
On this visit to Germany I did more lorries
not see one Wd That was a war On every hand one enses the
rat Hitl 1 ot lose
et tao _ tremendous resurgent movem
A menu we could not mateh in Western Germany
AFTER ¢fossing the border we They ask for no leisure, no
reached Aachen, where the houses ®Musements, no protective re *rie-
are jock-marked with bullet tions. “We work so that we -an
wound live,”’ said a German to me, “and
But there was an excellent hotel, W¢ live so that we can work
spotless and comfortable, like all War does not engross their

thoughts—not yet—for the Teuton





German hotels, and with a menu
that could not be even imitated in has always kept his emotions to a
victoriou sritain time-table. Their only passion
We entered into conversation now is to rebuild.
with a pleasant out-of-doors Names with a touch of shame
English captain who invited us to BUT even as we race along the
come to the horse show. “We're autobahn we cannot escape the
doing a spot of jumping against the impact of names that hurt like a
Germans,” he said touch on an _ exposed nerve
up Godesberg where Chamberlain
THE Eniishman remains the vet fant siitt in the desperate
poorest hater in the world That | ble ta nae “He was
healthy, bliile-eyed captain may bree oe ee Godesbera.” 1
mever have heard Tristan or read right 0 come to Gode soerg, say
the German politicians, “but he

Schopenhauer, but by Jupiter! he

should not have come to Munich.” |







was civilised. I was only sorry : 1a ; i . suet
that we could not remain and D chau ae Worn 9 ae
Watch the sanity of sport in this Shame that one wonders why it has
ruined setting not be changed to omething
else Berchte iden where
Hitler in his eagle’s tower planned

This city is growing again

NOW we are entering Cologne,
that gracious city which was
founded by“the Romans as a pro-
tection against the Teuton hordes A

Since 1946 there has been a Her-
culean effort to rebuild,

hi infamies
Interlude

refreshment pull-up on the
autobahn, The proprietor is a
young ex-officer in the Panzers.

AMERICAN COLUMN:



SUNDAY



t tip was made by the the “I visited America and Canada

uries, but was destroyed by 1¢ last year,” he told us, “but op- 4 z
1,000-bomber raids of the R.A F portunities are better here!” oi fs

it had to be, for it is at the all This place is open all day and rat S OCS eS
important junction of the Rhine night. “I serve meals at any

but you cannot restore the work of

hour to the lorry drivers, now
the ages by heaping bricks upon I shall build a motel for motor- NEW YORK.
rubble, ists, like in America, I shall British Ambassador Sir Oliver
Thirty, forty years from now then build another and an- Franks is going to Nevada, land
Cologne ‘will be a modern char- other.” of om divorce and legal
acterless city with blocks of flats = caine gambling
and neon lights and super-cinemas, You see, he LOST the war For two day this week-end,





but now it is like a mangled corpse THAT night we slept in dimly while he rest in a millionaire
with plastic surgeons working On jit )unich in an hotel which has mansion on the shores of besuti
ne fa0Ge . : ; j Misen on its own ruin Munich ful Lake Tahoe, he will be in
the magic vailev of the Rhine does not find any resentment Hayworth,
against are victors---or even We Gav hearteeank Sinate s

’ is easy to understand how the against itler ms ; a
Rhine has sth ere tas German There is localised hatred of in- 7” 1 ee sh ay? ane Re
character Wagner found in its dividual Nazis, but to the German ai Im ps¢ o Carson City ¢ AN i
vast mystery the inspiration for mind the crime of Hitler was that Gardner, who will bi sinatra
“The King” which was to raise he lost the war bride once the crooner gets h

grand opera to its loftiest peak To these people there are only Nevada divorce

Hitler brooded on its banks and three nations in the world that Miss Gardner was run in for
{reamed the conquest of the world, matter now—America, Russia, and speeding to-day
On the tops of the hills there are Germany. They believe that the : : te
the ruins of the ancient castles fate of the rest of us will be Sir Oliver probably will break a
from which the marauder barons determined by these three; and a few speed limits himself No
swooped upon passing vessels the Germans work and_rebuilk worry He will ride in police ca
For nearly 1,000 miles the great they think that theirs may be th led by motor-ceycl with rer
deciding voice L.



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ALREADY I can hear the voices
ying with a gentle sneer: “Yes,
at wil be a riot in Wigan.”
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f the photograph here are the
kind that greet any designer with

mething rew to say.

Of cours it breath-taker
Birbara Goalen i wearing—a
‘ like a pyramid in pleated
t ack taffe'a—laye- upon layer—
narrowing at the bust, narrower
it the shoulders, narrower still
t the colla’, with a single white
ose on top instead of a hat

3ut listen.

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(sh in that.” say the jeerers

Ma°-am, try to forget yourself
for a moment. Forget tnat vou
are a pracical, busy, and per-

baps broadening housewife
f ankly,
you in

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the designer did not have
mind

He Has Daring

woman he did have in
mind is s’ender, elegant, wealthy,
nd on the verge of a Paris soiree
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designers—he has the daring to
filing it at the public, cracklira

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in itself and than tapered again
with fan pleating.

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in a slope from shoulders to
ears.

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Graham Green At the Cinema:
Examines The
Endofan Affair

REVIEWED BY
REDFERN SUNSET BOULEVARD playing
GRAHAM GREENE moves from ° the Plaza is an unusual picture
Mexico and West Africa to ‘ith an unusua) theme. Narrated
the Queen Anne houses of a y 4 corpse, it has an atmosphere
London common in his new story that is forbidding and at the same
THE END OF THE AFFAIR time fascinating, with elements of
(Heinemann, 10s. 6d.). But he has the bizarre, the sinister and the
shifted his ground pathetic. It is a moving and biting
revelation of what can happen to
a woman whose self-passion be-
comes a mania,

&.

JOHN

The postal address has changed.
The spiritual scene is the same: a
kind of desert of the soul, where
the travellers have as their com-
panions what the Penny Catechism
calls “The Four Last Things.”
Namely, Death, Judgment, Heaven
and Hell.

Graham Greene addicts will
recall that it was on this terrify-
ing terrain that Scobie, the police

The narrator is Joe Gillis, and
the picture opens with his corpse
floating in a swimming pool. In
a series of flash-backs, we learn
that Gillis was a cub reporter who,
as the result of a flat tyre, finds
himself in the mansion of Norma
Desmond, an ageing screen star

chief, chose sx ~ re oe 2

sacrilege i ae on of the silent days. Miss Desmond

Matter.” wisi 1 still sees herself as she was
And here the whisky priest of twenty-five years ago, and this

illusion is loyally and pathetically

“The Power and the Glory”
knowingly entered a death-trap nurtured by Max, her German
because he could not deny his butler, who was also her first

husband, and who stands guard
against any threat which reality
might bring. When she discovers
that Gillis is a writer, nd not the
undertaker come to bury here dead
chimpanzee, as she thought, she
proposes that he stay with her and
edit a play she has written with
herself in the leading role. It is
obvious to the audience and to
Gillis that there is no future for
Miss Desmond and her dreams of
a triumphant return get no further
than an interview with Cecil B.
de Mille, played by himself. Gillis,
however, decides to stay with the
star and work on her play and as
time goes by, she falls madly in
love with him. In the meantime,
he has become attracted to’a young
reader at Paramount. Realizing
that he ean stand no more of the
existence lavished on him by Miss

priesthood’s claims.

The most attractive character
in this new story—and the only
ene in sharp focus—is Parkis, an
inquiry agent.

He wears an outsize in discre-
tion and keeps his accounts of
double dealing and lost faith in
a little notebook. He is ordinary
and cheap; refreshingly vulgar,
like a pin-table discovered in the
Greene desert.

* is

MAURICE BENDRIX, a novelist
(who tells the story), has a
passionate affair with Sarah, the
wife of Henry, a civil servant.

A V1 explosion traps him under
a door and Sarah, hysterical,
promises God — although she
thinks she is an unbeliever—that
she will give him up if he lives



She keeps her promise, but has
other affairs. Her husband is
half-minded to have her watched,
then hesitates. It is Maurice
Bendrix, his love nicely curdled
into hate, who unleashes the
gentle, seedy retriever Parkis.

Parkis sniffs away, using his
schoolboy son as an_ innocent
decoy. He is an_ indifferent
eperator, but he brings in Sarah’s
diary.

It is merely a Possible Exhibit
tc him. But it is utterly moving,
with its ery for “ordinary cor-
rupt human love.” And it ex-
plains to Maurice Sarah’s vow,
her withdrawal.




HE tries to get her back, and
through the sleet she is trailed
by him, a more dangerous hound
than Parkis. A hound whipped
on by love—and hate.

He corners her in a church, In
the dark, before the flicker of
light at the altar, he pleads. No,

no, she won't escape again. “TI
haven’t got the strength. Please,
Maurice, have a bit of mercy.”

Afterwards she writes to him:
“One day I shall meet you on
the common, and then I won't
care a damn about God or any-
thing else. But what's the good?
I believe there’s a God. I believe
the whole bag of tricks. I have
caught belief like a disease.”

Then she dies, and, terribly,
Maurice lies—to stop the church
burial she was entitled to. For
she had seen a priest, and there
is a formula called “Baptism of
desire.”

The tender-cruel wooing in the
church is the apex of Graham
Greene’s brilliant yet wan story.
A story told without exuberance}
colour, detail, the usual furniture

of a Greene novel; as though
everything has been stripped
down to make room for the
crowding creations of Original

Sin, the real villain.

There is a lot more yet, with
hints that Sarah in her last
frantic days converted an atheist
and brought a cure to Parkis’s

son. A far-fetched finale.
NEVERTHELESS, Graham

Greene makes me accept Sarah’s
change of heart. By sheer force
ot writing; not on the facts. But
there! J am not the gentle
Parkis, totting up the evidence.
Greene hardly projects any
picture for the mind’s eye in this
soul-heavy story. He works at
the core; behind faces and clothes,
—L.E.S.

a

FLIT—wWO

Desmond, he tells her he is leaving
and she, insane with jealousy,
shoots him as he walks across her
patio. The finale is Miss Desmond
playing her last scene for the
newsreel cameras with police and
reporters for her audience.

Miss Swanson is brilliant
Norma Desmond and her silent
film technique is in sharp contrast
to the naturalistic acting of Wil-
liam Holden as the unwilling
house-guest and _ lover. Miss
Swanson has not spared herself or
her appearance and her character-
ization of the former star, living
in her past glories and imperiously
demanding homage from all, is a

as

magnificent achievement. Gillis,
as phayed by William Holden
emerges as a thoroughly dis-
iflusioned young writer — not al-

together unattractive, but lacking
moral stamina. It is a very diffi-
cult role and Mr. Holden has
handleq it with great skill, Erich
von Stroheim is outstanding as the
devoted servant, and the scene in
which he plays an old organ, with
a pair of white cotton gloves on,
is farftastic as well as sinister.
Buster Keaton, Hedda Hopper,
H. B. Warner, Anna Q, Nilsson and
others appear in real-life roles.
Direction, photography, sets and
music are all excellent.

SUNSET BOULEVARD is a film
for discriminating audiences and
for people who like entertainment
which is original and different.

“THE FROGMEN”

Few people realize that there
is a little known branch of the
armed forces whose activities have,
up to now, been kept secret, but
which has played and is playing
an almost unbelievable part in the
drama of war, These are the men
who comprise the Underwater
Demolition Teams and their story
is told in the film THE FROGMEN
now playing at the Globe.

strange and intensely
and exciting film
incredible courage

It is a
interesting
showing the

and precision teamwork that are |
their |

required by the men in t
hazardous underwater missions.
Equipped with rubber suits, water
goggles and foot fins, it is their
job to clear invasion waters for
navigation and landings, and
episodes show them doing recon-
naissance in heavily mined waters,
surrounding enemy islands, The
climax of the film is the destruc-
tion of a Japanese submarine pen,
during which operation
opposition is encountered when

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Japanese divers arrive on
the scene and an underwate:
battle ensues. A great deal of the
film is taken underwater and the

photography is superb. As a
matter of interest, these scenes
were filmed off the American

Virgin Island of St, Thomas,

The film has a_ simple plot
which in no way impairs the
swiftly moving action and, as

should be in a film of this kind,
there are no romantic diversions.

Richard Widmark heads a first-
rate cast, as the unpopular com-
mander of a U.D.T., who succeeds
an easy-going and heroic officer.
His discipline is resenjed by his
men, who are also doubtful of his
pravery. However, his removal of
the exploder mechanism from an
unexploded torpedo changes their
opinion. Incidentally, this particu-
lar scene is one of the most tense
and exciting in the film. Dana
Andrews, who plays Flanagan,
the cause of most of Mr. Widmark’s
headaches and Gary Marrill as
skipper of the destroyer on which
the Frogmen are stationed, both
give effective performances and
the supporting cast are equally
good.

The dialogue,
minimum is
musical
sparingly,
shots
Technically,

“EMERGE

which is at a
trenchant and the
background is used
with the underwater
complete _ silence.
excellent film. ,

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Sunday, September 16, 1951

Wehbe

THE controversy which has been going
on for to those dairies
the boundaries of the
City of Bridgetown continues. Regulations
made by the General Board of Health pro-
vided that dairies could only function it
they and that no licences
would be granted to any dairies in the City
area.

years in relation

which are within

were licensed

of the Commissioners of
Health of St. Michael appear

The majority
to be opposed
to those provisions of the Regulations and
accordingly no legal proceedings have been
instituted against the owners of dairies still
functioning within the City. The Commis-
sioners of Health have been advised that
while they are empowered to prosecute
they are not bound to do so and indeed
anyone can prosecute although any fines
which may be imposed would be paid over
to the Commissioners of Health of St.
Michael.

The position is one in which so many
conflicting principles are present so that
many persons appear unable to sort them
out and deal with the most important. The
matter which*mainly perturbed the Com-
missioners during the week was the fact
that it might be suggested that by their
failure to take action they were acquiescing
in a breach of the law. This is certainly an
aspect of the situation which requires care-
ful consideration. Laws should not be made
which are either unenforceable or which it
is not intended to enforce,

On the other hand, in recent years so
many of the established principles on which
legislation in years past was based have
been ignored that it is difficult for legisla-
tors to know what shall be the measuring
stick by which they should test and ex-
amine legislation, In former years the
aim was for legislation to interfere as
little as possible with the individual and
with the rights which he had acquired.
Today the demands of public health and
new concepts of the function of the State
in relation to the members of the state has
occasioned ever increasing interference
with the individual by means of legislation,
Today a man’s land may be compulsorily
acquired, the rights which he has had for
centuries in his land may be confiscated
and actions which he has been doing for
years may be rendered illegal overnight.

Much of this interference may be justi-
fied by the conditions of modern life but
those to whom the task of legislation is en-
trusted should still scrutinise most carefully
any proposed legislation which interferes
with private rights and should do all in
their power to lessen the hardship which
such interference usually occasions,

Such, however, are apparently not the
principles which actuate the members of
the General Board of Health. Their duties
are primarily to safeguard the health of the
people of this island. Towards this end they
made the Dairy Regulations. Under these
Regulations as many people as are so dis-
posed may keep as many cows as they
please so long as the milk they obtain from
the cows is not sold. They can give away all
the milk but they cannot sell it.

The inconsistency apparent in such Regu-
lations brought forth the suggestion that
the licensing system should be adopted.
Years ago the same problem arose in re-
spect of the keeping of pigs within the
City and it was provided that no pigs
could be kept unless the owner obtained a
license to do so. Obviously the license
would not be granted unless the owner
had the space and facilities for doing so in
a sanitary manner.

Is it impossible for the General Board of
Health to realise that a mistake has been
made and that there is a better and more
efficient way of dealing with the matter?
Will it be argued that the law cannot be
changed for one man? Surely the more
people that can be exempted from the pro-
visions of onerous legislation the better and
how much more in keeping with those
principles which have actuated legislators
in years past.

The disagreement between the General
Board of Health and the Commissioners of
Health of St. Michael is most unseemly.
The Board has strict legality on its side, the
Commissioners have justice and common-
sense on theirs. The best solution would be
to effect a compromise such as outlined
above by which no cows could be kept in
the City area unless the necessary sanitary
prerequisites were first complied with. In
such a way the health of the people and
the quality of their milk would be protected
without effectin:
injustice.

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SUNDAY

ADVOCATE



ADVOGATE SOUTH AFRICA

THE stevedores of Barbados seem in-
tent on making living conditions in this
island even more difficult Not content
with raising’ the cost of living t their
perpetual go-slow policy they have now
conceived the crackbrained noticn ‘that
by refusing to unload South African ships

they can force that Dominion to its knees
and make them change their racial policy.
Now this newspaper detests the racial
policy of the Union of South Africa and
has said so time and again; but before the
waterfront workers commit themselves
to any hasty and ineffectual plan we feel
it our duty to counsel them to think the
matter over carefully. No good comes of
cutting off one’s nose to spite one’s face.

Since Dr. Malan came into power in
South Africa Barbadians have watched
with growing concern the deterioration in
the treatment meted out to negroes in that
country. The murder of Milton King, a
Barbadian seaman, was all that was need-
ed to this
colony.

The protest of the House of Assembly
to the Secretary of State was, to face facts,
all that this little island could do to ex-
press. its disapproval. Unfortunately the
matter was not left there. Chiefly for its
own purposes, that is to keep itself in the
public’s eye, the Progressive League organ-
ised a ludicrous march through the City
one Saturday afternoon in protest of South
Africa’s treatment of negroes. Now, as a
further protest, the dockworkers have
threatened to. stop unloading cargoes from
South Africa.

raise a storm of protest in

Unfortunately, while the protest march
could do no harm to anyone, to cease un-
loading South African cargoes, far from
affecting the Union, would mean a further
increase in the cost of living in Barbados,
since foodstuffs from that country are re-
latively cheap.

Further, statistics show that from Jan-
uary to April South Africa exported
£167,719 worth of goods to the British
West Indies and imported goods to the
value of £126,746. It seems logical to con-
clude that if the West Indies refuse to
take goods from South Africa that coun-
try will in turn stop importing goods from
this area.

Before the dockworkers take any hasty
action they should realise that to refuse
to unload South African goods will do the
negroes in that country no good, and will
do the people of this area a great deal of
harm. It is to be hoped that reason will
prevail,

W.1. MOVE UP

THE visit of a West Indian delegation
comprised of members of the Regional
Economic Committee and Sir John Saint
to London this month is an event which
presages well for the future of
colonies.

The occasion of the visit is the meeting
of the Commonwealth Ministers to con-
sider methods of supply and production,
For the first time in their history the West
Indian colonies will be heard in high level



these

discussions which must affect their eco-

nomic condition.

For many years it Was lamented by the
West Indies that on these occasions when
mattens affecting the economic interests
of these colonies were being discussed, the
West Indian point of view was always put
by officials appointed by the Secretary of
State. It was claimed that the Colonial
Office was in possession of all the relevant
data concerning West Indian trade and
commerce but the strongest objection to
this method was that it was not even
made possible for representatives with
the necessary knowledge to be present to
act as advisers,

One of the most historic occasions when
West Indians were shut out from import-
ant discussions was the revival of the
\Canada-West Indies Trade Agreement
which had done so much for trade be-
tween the two areas. On that occasion
the West Indies were represented by a
Colonial Office official despite the protest
to the then Secretary of State and the fact
that there were men in these colonies
capable and willing to put the case far the
area, ‘

The founding of the Regional Economic
Committee was hailed in the West Indies
as an event of major importance. Its work
during the short period of existence has
been extremely beneficial to the entire
West Indies. But in the examination of
the facts pertaining to the less material
welfare of the area it will be seen that the
existence of the Committee has given a
verve and impetus to the desire for unani-
mity in handling the problems of the area,

The West Indies are far from the stage
of political development when they can
be regarded as having dominion status but
in the opinion of the British Government
it would be desirable for representatives
of the West Indies to be present at the
meeting of Commonwealth Ministers dis-
cussing the problems of supply and pro
duction.

It is evidence of the fact that the British
Government realises that the West Indies
are growing up and have aright to be
heard when questions affecting their wel-
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The Helicopter Comes

Of all branches of aviation, tt
development of the helicopter h
been the slowest. At the present
time when we are coming wit
sight of inter-city helicopter ser-
vices (I discount the present ex-
perimental operations), we are in-
clined to look on the helicopter as
something new. and to forget that
it is practically as old as flying it-

self. It was in 1907 that the Louis
3reguet helicopter made its first
jight Two years later, Igor

Sikorsky, who gave his name to
what is today the most widely used
helicopter, began experimenting
with this type of aircraft.

Development of the fixed-wing
ieroplane has twice received the
stimulus of war needs, while until
recently the helicopter has been
thought of little value as a fight-
ing aircraft. That, I think, is the
answer to the question “Why has
the helicopter taken so long?

Only now is the helicopter be-
ginning to be appreciated as an
aireraft with possible wartime
uses, while with the exception of
British European Airways none of
the big commercial airlines ap-
pears to be greatly interested

So the helicopter has been left
to evolve very slowly, ignored by
most of the great aeroplane-
building firms of both Europe and
America.

For many years, various imag-
inative schemes——or should one say
dreams!—have been put forward.
In these we have seen helicopters
twirling into the air from city
rooftops, and aerial taxi services
“Jumping” all the traflic-congested
streets below. Truly it is a fas\in-
ating thought that one day we may
be able ‘to fly straight from the
centre of London to the middle of
Manchester or Birmingham, avoid-
ing all the road journeys to and
from the airports, which at pres-
ent detract greatly from the ad-
vantages of short-distance air
travel,



Such dreams are beginping to
materialise, but it will be several
years yet before the city-centre to
city-centre helicopter services are
in operation. British European
Airways will not budge from its
determination to have nothing to
do with over-city flying until a
reliable, well tried, two-engined
helicopter is. available. This is
sound policy: a failure resulting in
a crash in crowded streets would
do more than anything to retard
helicopter progress,

For several years this airline has
been preparing for the time when
a network of helicopter routes will
link the big cities of Britain, Its
experimental helicopter unit,
under Wing-Commander R, A, C

trie, has done a great amount of
work, first with the East Anglian
mail service, then the Cardiff-
Liverpool passenger service (the
world's first scheduled passenger
operation with helicopters) last
year, and now the London-Birm-
ingham flights. Deliberately, B.E.A
has lost money in order to gain
experience: the little Sikorsky S.
51's cannot pay except at fares
which would attract no customers
but they are giving B.E.A. valu-
able experience,

At Birmingham, a “rotor-sta-
tion” has been set up im the sub-
urbs but, at the London end,
Northolt and London airports are
being used as the helicopter téer-
minals. Thus, so long as the bus
journey to Northolt or Heathrow
remains necessary, it is quicker
from the passenger: ’ point of view
to fly in an ordinary aeroplane to
Birmingham airport. But in little
mere than the time it takes to get
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excessive buying to pay his
drafts when presented by
the Bank as a_ result of
which he cannot get hi

days





documents to enable hin
duty pay his goods, as
result he in the past used



ihe steamer’s wart
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This will now b
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block

I am of the opinion that there
is a great need of more super-
vision of the warehouse porters to
see that they get a move on and
deliver the goods promptly.

It appears to me that the ex-
tension of the time limit of 10
days to 15 or 20 days under pres-
ent conditions would make the
situation worse, as owing to the
shortage of warehouse accommo-
dation before the first lot of goods
would be delivered, cargo from
the next ship would arrive and
have to be stored causing more
congestion.

Now Mr. Editor, the solution: to
this problem is the construction of
a deep water Harbour, Steamship

Agents cannot be expected to
spend large sums of money in
extending their warehouses until
they know what is going to be
the decision of the Government
regarding a deep water harbour
Thanking you for space,

Yours faithfully,

PROGRESS

Scouts Say Thanks

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—On behalf of
Point Fortin Sea Scouts
which 1 y had the pleasur
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thank you and other members of |

your staff, fer your keen interes
devoted to us during our stay or
your beautiful Island.

The support and publicity given

us through your Newspaper was |

most encouraging and gratifying

and for this we are de y R=
= deeply grate

I should also like to thank the |

Public for the welcome extended
us, and especially to the many
friends in and around Bridgetown
who did all in their power to
make our stay enjoyable.

The programme arranged
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Flower Cave”
loveliest
seen
Hill

The’ boat

which is one of the
scenes we have so far
Another is the Lion at Gun

rides we
Camp fires we held,
friends and Brother
met will indelibly
memories
Yours Sincerely
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on behalf 2nd P.F.S.S.G
o Electrical Department,
U.B.O.T. Limited,
Point Fortin, }
Trinidad, B.W.1
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951





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B.B.C. Radio Notes: \! Oo —
B.B.C. RADI CHURCH SERVICES =
st. Vi >ROGRAMMES 7
Poets Of St. V inecént I I OG t MM S ANGLICAN week will be training for Youths. Con
va ST. LBONARD’S—Sunda Septem be acted by Rev. L. Bruce-Clarke assisted oO s
. . . ws . SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1% 16th 195 Trinity XVII t ‘ al by 8 lige OV e anc S. Cadoga
Discussion in “Caribbean a Se mean Th SS “Mane a a secre ay re. ee eee, ee >
Voices” Educating Archie, 13 The Addré Ma Mat d Addre BRIDGETOWN : 11 a.m. Holiness
Demaeee tm thm a ~nday News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis k Sunday School. 7 5 Evensong Meeting Company Meeting. 7
ag ae ri —- eee 4008.45 p.m. 19.76M and Sermon p.m, Salvation Meeting. PREACHER : u ’
ev meg programme “‘Caribpea -_-- —_— —eeeeaee —_- - Major Smith
Voices’ will have noticed that the ‘p.m ere 10 p.m atetiude, WELLING TON STREET: li am
: = 7 tee , 415 pm us’ Magazine 3» p.m ME Ss Holiness Meet 3 m. Com tee
\ittle island of St. Vincent has $15, P-â„¢. Muse Magazine. 4.9) Dom os ermETHODIT cae, lms Mesting, 3 pm ca! Sore throats, Bronchitis
more than its expected share of the Week, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, Thomas. 7 p.m. Rev. B. Crosbs PREACHER : Sr. Major Gibbs. ai
contributors and a few months p.n ereom a dezvous - es PAYNES BAY—9.30 a.m. Mrs. Morris CARLTON : 11 a.m snatinate wane
it was nted out meee os Se Pe rogra: 7 p.m. Rev. J. Boulton 3 p.m. Company Meeting. 7 p.m P -
ago it was pointed out in one Of poraac “ i WHITEHALL—9.30 a.m. Rev. M.A. E, vation Meeting. PREACHER: Captain
these programmes that there waS 7.00—10.45 p.m. 25.53M 31.32M Thomas, Holy Communion. 7 p.m. Mr. Bourne a >
a definitely recognizable school of -- tga. Whee Sines, 7.10. mm News =O: Harper CHECKER HALL: 11 am. Holiness - --
ra 4 ai ? r 1e s, 7 ’ > puna f y Lb
poetry flourishing there, the prin- ,..:vsis, 7.15 p.m. Caribbean Voices, on p> hy py ~» a.m. Mr. V. Meeting. 3 p.m. Com) Jousting.
S 1 ~ © ~ McCullough. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting
cipal exponents. being E. McG. 745 p.m. Christian Thinking To-day, }OLETOWN—8.30 a.m. Rev. J. Lieutenant Cox
Keane, Owen Campbell and Dan- 8 = een 7h an eee Boulton, Reception Service, 7 p.m. Mr. SPEIG! 1 «a.m. Holiness
j illi > 3 unda Service, 5 .
iel Williams. The work of these 5"f5")mn. From the Editorials, 9 p.m De as a ee es tat ae ee 3 pm. ;
three was brought to the atten- ‘the Story of the Society for the Propa- Grimth, 7 p ares P entree

turer in English at the University
College of the West Indies. He ee
has written a critical apprec- _ CBC. PROGRAMME

ciation of their work and listen- SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951

Time, 10.30 p.m. London Forum

Sunday next, 16th inst. This will 11.72 Mes 25. 60M.

4
ae s _ BOSTON
t be the second half of the pro. WRUL 11,29 Mc WRUW 11.75 Mc 4 .>AUREETEGM aan, i
gramme ‘Caribbean Voices’ the wrux 17.75Mc
first being a short story by V. B. : 7 p.m, Mr. C. Brathwaite Hewitt
‘ain: . aa.’ Broade MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 151 Se a were
Naipaul of veo oe 11.18 a.m, Programme Parade, 11.95 qugo'y om ge hE Gllbes, GRACE
pens, at ‘the reguiar Ume OF 4.m. Listeners’ Choice, 11:98 pe cane (ZPROVIDMNCe—3i an, Mr. %. Rvemer
7.15 p.m. Let ara ie ggg ee Browne. 7 p.m. Supply Weekes
Everest Expedition 1951 1,006.45 p.m. - SIF @ Sara aN naan o> eee
As some of our readers will 47) m. The News. 4.10 pun. Interlude Retiring collections will be taken at ning Service,
: rr ne i i .

know there is to be another at- 4.15 p.m. From the Promenade Conce'
5 p.m. Composers of the Week, 5.15

tempt to climb Mount Everest Dh he Storyteller [oD
this year. The leader will be Eric jycrgerie Few, 6 p.m. Voice of

Shipton, a veteran of three of the Violin, 6.15 p.m. From the Third p.m
previous six attempts by British Programme, 6.45 p.m Programme

Parede, 6.55 p.m. To-day'’s Sport

mountaineers. Before he left Lon- 5 9-10.45. p.m. 25.58M 81.

don he recorded a discussion with ———

We ar 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
the Head of the BBC's Far I sis, 7.15 p.m. Flint of the Flying

Eastern Service, John Morris,
who was a member of the 1922

7.45
nstructors, 8 p.m. R





10.05 p.m.—10.20 p.m News. py
ers will be able to hear it on 49.20 p.m.—10.35 p.m. It's on the Mz

p.m Society of British
adio

J. E. Haynes

p.m. Rev. M. A. E. Thomas

rts, Methodist Relief Fund.

the:

sem Minister in charge, also during the New

* Ss in Bishop
tion of Mr. R. B. Le Page, Lec- gation of the Gospel, 10 p.m. The News, “spriGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Rev. R * oe

10.10 p.m. Interlude, 10.15 p.m. Star nicCullough. 7 p.m. Mr. L. B. Waithe. tre

SELAH—l1 a.m. Mr. Grant. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. . Liteu-
P.M tenant. Etienne.

BETHESDA—9.30 a.m. Rev. R. Me- DIAMOND CORNER: 11 a.m Holl-
Cullough, Holy Communion 7 p.m. nesa Meeting. 3 pam. Company eran:
: 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting CHER:
agi BETHEL—11 a.m. Rev. B. Crosby, 7 Captain Moore.

MORAVIAN

DALKEITH—11 am. Mr, G. MecAllis- ROEBUCK STREET; 11 a.m. Morning
Scrviee, Preacher: Rev. E. E. New 7 p.m.
BELMONT—11 a.m, Mr. G. Brewster. Evening Service; Preacher: Mr. E. C

vice, Preacher: Mr. W. Swire; 7 p.m
Service: Preacher;' Mr. 8.
11 a.m. Morning Service,
Cc

Preacher: Mr, O. Weekes.
all services on behalf of the Jamaica MONTGOMERY: 7 p.m. Evening Ser-
vice, Preacher Mr. U. Reid

BAPTIST SHOP HILL:
ma The St. James National Baptist—7 Preacher
Evensong and Sermon, Song DUNSCOMBE:
service led by Rev. L. Bruce-Ciarke vice, Preacher: Mr. F. G Downes; 7 p.m.
Preacher Rev. J. B. Grant L. Th.. Evening Service, Preacher: Rev . E. E

7 p.m. Evening Service
W. 8. Arthur,

11 a.m. Hoiiness Meet-
. 7 pam.

It does you good in two
ways — you rub it on

11 am. Morning Ser-

Greene; 7 p.m. Eve-

11 a.m. Morning Ser-





ex i le reel, 815 p.m. Commonwe
and ' 1896~ expeditions, This bs Commentary, 8.30 p.m, Practice Ma
¢orded discussion will be broad~ perfect, 8.45 p.m. Interlude, 8.55 p.m

east by the BBC in the coming rrom the Editorials, 9 p.m. From

week and in it Eric Shipton will Premenade Concerts, 10 p.m. The News,

the

‘ h eae 10.10 p.m. Interlude, 10.15 p.m. John (From Our Own Correspondent) -
describe the course the expedi~ pujiis Band, 10.45 p.m. Science Review.
tion will take and the problems it e@BC. PROGRAMME
. ; sie .
is likely. to meet. The ascent, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 Increase in the Staff. of the

10.05 p.m.—10.20 p.m. News

expected “to start about the 20th 49 9 “to 35
September is the first attempt to 11.72 Mcs 25.60 M
climb Everest from the south-
west and the first to be tried in
winter, ‘The broadcast will be
at 7.15 p.m. on Friday, 21st inst.
but only on the beams of the



Footslogger

for the half-hour between 7.15 Harry Truman. He is famous
and 7.45 p.m., carry the West Wearing out White House
Indies programme “West Indian respondents who go with

Wavelength Changes
Listeners should note that as long groan.
from Sunday, 9th inst. yere

has been a change in the Seams ‘st nee

to this area. After the West al Festival of Music and Drama
‘ “a 2 Mus ama. worked o i motor car cavaleade which includ-
Indies halfhour—7.15 to 7.45 p.m. For three weeks ‘the Athens of the the Sen came ones pon Rag ed a car fitted with loudasealter,

was paid by people and companies #d rendering East Indian music
and with incomes over $5,000. There On the way to the City they made
were over 101 companies and four stops to receive formal wel-
who about’ 742 individuals, so it is come |
its yeasonable to conclude that those munities on the East Bank of the
will few contributed 80 per cent. of the Demerara 1
Income Tax, or roughly about "ute East Indian families gath-

tre one-quarter of the total revenue °'ed
its outstanding moments—an em- of the Colony out of a population ‘heer
barrassment -of riches. The pro- of 400,000. Mr. D'Aguiar added gathered at the corner place. The

: r gramme will be broadcast by the that it showed a
Edinburgh is now coming to BBC on Tuesday next, 18th inst. Shan ‘eed ina

—which is on 11.75 and 9.58 North’ has been wearing her
megacycles in the 25 and 31 tival dress of flags, flowers

metre bands the former will close floodlighting. In the coming week

down and its place will be taken Wynford Vaughan Thomas

by a beam on 6,195 megacycles, was an observer of many events

4843 metres. This latter will at the Edinburgh Festival,

continue, along—with that on 9.58 look back on the Festival illus-
megacycles, 31.32 metres, until trating with recording some of

the close down at 11.00 p.m.
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SOIL MANAGEMENT IN

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Another meeting will be held to discuss the other four 'ainfall and variety, and what we Nobody seems to know for “tive ly peeeeeen - is serra der grass in a field at The Pine medicines (Phenacetin, Caffeine and Acetylsalicylic Acid), so that the
: 7 - as a nan Bee : aa -erté . not re question o stand, since a _ . : r. icall - in’
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ain aa : — i N ; ar . . é a S$ area used to be th accny rs! enti
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oO Ke before we get down to you have tields about which you only do our best to help lay it it would see pear to be a question of mulch, 5 10Ww & er pres : :
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to be gained by spending ae en aos (coralline), an ex- Aeld’s performance os fore ” Ws 7 hat the majority of planters jt, ere are carkatn, indications that both thea nd "- wrt, o ene an os sea neet et OS Se ea
and time doing experiments. You changable potash reserve has so treated, attempt to assess the actually do. Is there a 00d qth plays an dmpottant part ae conatten| a, a . z rp box. Or in a 50-tablet bottle (for
may feel. with a good deal of jus- been built up in the past. If we fertility of the field and decide reason for this, or is it simply 5 ; aad : r ee A home use).
tification, that we already know ©OUld follow the rate of utilisa- it he } ne ee peeaee whether traditional, and a wrong? Again Evidence that it is a progressive “
most of the answers. It is un- ton of this reserve, for cane an a Gee o. net i seem well worthwhile !0ss of tilth which influences ra- Again in Barbados, we have done ARM YOURSELF
doubtedly true that the Agricul- Cfops in close detail, by ob- ogra, NeW cu RVEUON Washer tuon yields is mostly of a cireum- no experiments involving the use
ural Community in Barbados has t#ining close correlation between “°° Pain are ae _very much like to sto ai are es is Spowe, for of this material. The fact that as AGAINST PAIN
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Scientists whose names are famous 7 ically for the purpose of bagasse applications to their fields ‘“@S @deauate at least in St. * Eine Beer glues cece — octors rave
an. one S defining this correlation between and that in many case s George, one of our most enlight- Press mud as a fertilizer. In con-
not ly here, but wherever cane y Z a ; ’ ee many cases the bagasse 1 lus re < re e
is grown, and the results of whose 2/4 and soil potash, but it will ARTIE’S HEADLINE is being bought and freighted fror, °° Planters noticed that the diff- vsloa. we should like to ask fox ° 7 4
den ’ , S€ be at least three crops before we ‘ » aide ae = erence in favour of the red soil Your help ye hope that we have 41/
researches have en as ps before we ne = = ome distance away , he rea sol f
_ be lave beer applic d_ by shall be in a position to det i 3 os ratoons still existed, and of course, *hown this afternoon that there OO cy V
planters here with outstanding k 1 to deter- - = No one w : it is well known that the light are quite numbe f »stion
success. Asa resul’ the standard Mine whether the idea is prac- ao One will gainsay that the ua? IT's F hat “ReaGh wana. 4 - esas cok Ga ce al ——————-_
of sugar cane agriculture in this ticable or not. The economic val- ar plication of an organic material sn ae Soe aren I ere ed, and we, as a . ‘ a
island is extremely high and com. Ue of a close control of potash ) an intensively cropped soil is | Ith to a di gree nown on the epartment, are more than keen A . j
pares favourably with that of any ™anuring is, of course one io wood soll: shanagemént, and:it is of hete/y St. Geavge black sali, Again to answer them, but unfortu- Xion iit ays
é é abl) é of any m™meé Ss, - se, yious ( . so lice, x 7 re ji » i e rataly .
ther sugar producing country in to all) persons connected wth Se, Sates, woes heavy-appli - pears i ee sammeice ab A in pares Aa + Mr f
the world. But—and it is a big sugar can rowir ‘ ations of this type will almost cer- “here the productivity decline of financial resources are limited ‘
but—we are not perfect, We do sug ane g ng. tainly result in an increased mois- f*toons ans been reported to be We should like to get out of that
not know all the answers by any (2) New Cultivation Systems: eal Coe capacity of the top aigested oy ae difficulty by increasing both, but
means and we should be on our As you aie all aware this De ea ae well as, at least for a ‘We in the Department consider as you will be aware that is not
guard against complacency The partment has for . eta . e~- — a lighten and more freely that the whole question of ra- very easy nowadays, In the
- © as years "e- B g 2 ¥ ‘
years of good rainfall and assured commended that cuit veiling f ee sr soil z on tillage is worthwhile re- meantime, we should like your
markets should be used to put our tems shoul sas : ri yenn b vere heless, in spite of “the opening, It must be remembered co-operation—not only in ca
house in order so that less favour- fe Ww or. ee adjusted to soil b echged good reasons may be that in the days when ‘tilling rying out experiments, which you
able circumstances which may lie ype e have stressed the im- eae: eat ward against the indis- :atoons meant killing them’ the have always given freely—but |
ahead will not bring catastrophe. portance of determining — soil Arita ear Se bagasse. In the practice of trash mulching was not jin actually telline us which are |
If Mr. Robinson and myself can ‘YP¢ and of grouping soils ac- ant ae mettre ~ unfortunately fully developed nor had we then the problems which you prefer to |
ow the seed of doubtin your cording to the Turner system and feuciit cone, SVIREHCE in its the advantages of the vigorous see tackled first, so that we can |
minds this afternoon—make you Of “treafing different soils in nthey Lei hele this or some jong living varieties that exist assign them priority, If you
feel that there are still some things different ways. A few planters “yeeEr...er . and the is difficult te . tae : ee a today, These reasons in them- could discuss fhings among your
whic fe de < , ave ¢ >, : aj . . . . » See Wh) ‘ e e i .*o =
aaanae oe on ~ know the have adopted our suggestions and Board of Trade. worthwhile buying and freighting selves suggest that we get down selves, and let us know — your
ipl kre wi ie x» would be some of them are well satisfied ——_—-—'_it. Secondly, there is at least the t© experiments and the fact that views, we feel that both the Plan-
el orthwhile if we did—we vith the results. Others, however, ’ possibility that the incorporation i™plement manufacturers are now ters and the Department would
shall feel that we have in some feel the ; aamiit dressing of sulphate of ammonia pe porauio alent : ote oa ey .
s e€ nat the inconvenience and ° L of large quantities of bagasse into Producing tools which are sup- certainly benefit
measure succeeded in what we set . > : is applied in June—July with the 5 adres : :
Git fer Ho ezbenne of the new cultivation onset of the rainy season the soil will lead to a temporary
ayout out-weigh their advan- s ainy season. nitrogen fixation, and would in this i
r ages We have from time to time ,, ; : ’ cm °
The problems which we would “8€S and have abondoned at- heard planters say that they Gent require additional nitrogen B dos Born Minister Dies In B.G. For a Brighter, Fresher <
like to bring to your notice con- tempts at con'our cultivation or 1 ee , Cressings as a compensation j j SA —
pase ' : apply their sulphate of ammonia : (tea: ‘nis ry LS ;
cur with cultivation and manurial camber bedding, as a_ result. i: is Raathen the first with the Here again. it is clear that e GEORGETOWN. Sept 12 : Complexion, use Palmolive cae ae
practice. In general I am respon- Now it is obvious that one of ons agi i Hick in eg eee bo — N, sept. le. ; mg 7S
f a nset of the rains, and the second conflict in view points exists, Th Rev illic ‘enh: 2 | ' . Soap )
sible for the notes on the former these two opinions must be wrong ; ome later date, usually about planter who sells s bagasse - tev. William Cephas Rice of the G'town Will as Doctors Advised ae Yo”
and Mr. Robinson for thos Tre 8 at some later date, usuall) k ho sells his bagasse ob- Church of the Nazarene who died otable â„¢
anc r. Robinson for those on the and it is for us to find out which 8 to 10 weeks after the first appli- viously does not value it as high! ma = &

latter. We shall take them at

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random and no attempt has been ; ; T é
Dea he ME as veel ment believe, sloping soils which This double application means partment would be only too glad , ras rm : s i ;
a them in order of are not cultivated on the con- greater expense in handling the ‘o plan experiments to decide who oY ae born at Barbados on May| (From Our Own Correspondent Palmolive Soap can improve com- 1 Wash with Palmolive Soap
F tour do erode and, over a period sulphate of ammonia, and often ('s In the right. In the, meantime, Hite la tict eter the
(1) Soil Potash: of years, tend to lose their fer- it is no easy task on the second We should like to hear your views EAP EUNICE ith toe oe His Excellenc . a " : 4 ees

; = tility asa result, which loss of sion, when the canes have 4nd experiences of this little prob- him) to Panama, the West Indies Sir Ch an “Wo sae sou less oily—dull, drab skin wonderfully 3° "hs J Himes o day for 14 doys

= ies . Ss ‘re ne aoe ’ Ss Z ; an Ag eee - » Curacao and the U.S.A. In 1933) * arles oolley, K.C.M.G - :
It is the recommended prac- fertility will eventually be re- ted to grow away vigorously wae iia Tillage he was ordained to tt » Ministry | Will officially declare open George brighter. Coarse-laoking skin appears
tice to apply muriate of potash to fected i rere: . aisiias We should iike to ask those of (6) Ratoon age; tp , . ae inistry ra aa . Tw
PI wt ; Pp : flected in lowered productivity Miser? “whey the tbiate of You have all, we suppose, heard !" the Christian Mission Church town's Potable Water Supply finer.
plant canes and ratoons at the and reduced yields; or they do YOU prese "i anit i z casted wth the saying that ‘tilling ratoons is #94 came to British Guiana in Scheme at a function to be hela c
rate of 14 cwt. per acre (ie. 1 not and may be safely cultivated 2™™monla should be applec - killing ratoons’, but you would all, 1941 as a Superintendent In| 02 September 26, 1951, at 4.3
ton to 124 acres) At certain eer | cea : hard way’ as we call it, and no : -? yo ould ail, a super , ’ fA . — rs C -
4 on the cane hole system indefin- —); ;,. - 3 Seated ee I believe agree that if some way 1945 he became affiliated with the} P:™ The Water Supply has re if
times heavier ‘rates of applica- ly nes . _. all in one application at a suita- con ae ’ 1G | ceived rtift er PALMOLIVE
Hote Beve: hee i fa J ri itely. And again, either cer- ble time? We might point out ‘ould be found of increasing ra- Church of the Nazarene. ceived a certificate of purity fron ses
He Bil Ae BOS aes = ‘Me tain heavy group IV soils will be, «hat growth measurements made ~~ ae a — | the Government Bacteriologist
order of 2 cwt. per acre i.e. 1 ton as we the Department be Mae
to 10 acres). but this is often an tw” in e epartment be- by the Department indicate that , —
excess of fertilizer amounting t Heve; rendered considerably under normal rainfall distribution } :
Ss lag st 1 cw siaie _ +6, & & ‘Y more productive by being placed conditions, optimum cane growth J 4 :
vi “ae * Cwt per acre. 4 n @X~ on a system of cambered beds occurs in August and September. : A
See that is in so far ae ee benefit with good drainage; or they will so that application of sulphate of | I A y YOu N 4 {
is reaped, on the coralline soils, not and will be equally produc- ammonia in June or early July at| ,
in terms of = of nee oY tive if left in cane holes. It is the latest is very desirable. | ‘
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PAGE TWELVE “™ SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951

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Our Readers Say:

| VALET //
Education In The Island \ /// ty

Scouts Render
Community
Service



To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR I shoulc he




bliged, | lg,









pe Mm we
if you would grant me the fav-| “= _—_—"
ON nd Sat 12 st our of adding my feeble contri-| -—« d [_
: yp te! gs ‘ bution to the vexed question of | S ame.
couts iered service to the utio » the vexed question } —i ‘
‘community by operating a Des- Education in this island i — ¥
patch Rider Service from Scout's Kindly allow me, in the first} Poesy



Headquarters to aid people in get-
ting their parcels of clothing, etc
to Queen’s Park. for the Jamaica
Hurricane Relief Centre set up
there

place, to thank God whdlerhenrt> | —

edly that I was brought up under Ee? 7~
the old method. Under the pre- | ~ .
sent system, the amount of ryp- . .

bish, that has long been placed Th oO ij Pp R l

before the public under the guise e n y ain e lieve

of education, is sufficient to make

+ . . *
ronde hat ll be the next V 8
conglomeration of costly folly. containing Vitamin 6,

=

Scouts and Scoutmasters were on
duty at Headquarters from 9.00
m. to 7.00 p.m. working in shifts
of two hours each to receive calls



The old Education Board work- |

















by telephone and to despatch ed well. It was directed by com- | Ifyou want to get QUICK RELIEF
couts on cyeles to collect parcels petent men, under the Secretary- | from PAIN, and also to enjoy the
Owing to the re-opening of hip of Mr. M. T. G Mahon— | benefits of Vitamin B, you must
chools on Monday, it will not be who knew what the needs of this ! take YEAST - VITE Tablets.
possible to operate this service community were. | There’s nothing else like YEAST-
uring the day but scouts will be VITE. It is the ONLY pain
wvailable between the hours of I may perhaps claim to know | reliever which ALSO contains the
4.00 and 6.00 p.m. Dial 4653. as much about Education as any tonic Vitamin B,. Don’t wait—
Registration Day, Saturday, one in the West Indies, since my and get some YEAST-VITE
6th October experience has been gained in ablets now.
Scouters are reminded that their *: dealing with the highest’and the
Census Return and Warrants” lowest I have conversed with

must, be returned to the Honorary

many elementary teachers, but I
Secretary not later than 6th Octo



HEADACHES

have not yet found any one of |
ber. If you have not already them satisfied with the results of | NERVE PAINS
made wp your return Do IT the present system. Such is also!
NOW

the opinion of the island. In view |
of this disgraceful state of affairs, |
lam perfectly willing to give such |
advice as will not merely reduce

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Executive Committee
The Executive Committee of the
Island Scout Council met on Mon-

nh ae agg Poe sel “As a gesture to our glorious allies would your Majesty like to inspect the valiant workers cat Ee caes eniceonen alo | naLEVED YOUR PAIN YEAST. ITE®
juarters wearly al member: . * . . " t anise aanired
were present tnder the Chairman. in the factories instead of the casinos? condi i give yfeaisered
ship of the President the Hon London Express Service considerable relief to the teachers.

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September 9th, 1951 The race to provide the richest phoned the police.









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Vv trandersc ‘ -enager, Codrington College. |

The week-end 8th—9th Septem- e a on food and the most free drinks to __ Arrested was Donato Reveruazi, Re? = Wiirdel hte oti aa te “San Marino”, | {ESE ARERR hs
ber was chosen by Imperial Head- ur ul es Transatlantic airline passengers 53. It was his first hold-up, too, joa) ‘Talent Show at the Globe Coral Sands Gap,

juarters London for the annual grows faster and fiercer they said. He was still standing Theatre on Friday night, Grander- Worthing. ‘ i
re lion of the Ist Gilwell Park Since her return to the Island British airline chiefs, who — unarmed — in front of Miss son delighted the crowd when he Sept. 12th. 1951. j v
cout troop. This is an occasion apis ‘Marjorie Pemberton hasheld Yesterday talked about cutting Hanlan’s window. sang the. classical “Bless This Thanks | ,
Wualifed for the “Weod "Bonns 2 Training days for Patrol lead- Gown luxuries, must | dream, up House.” aot: : | !
luring the last thirty year : may SS at Pax Hill, 73 attending the establish to ‘out with:— F CAR-ARTISTS a naw ve he wane aoe. To The Editor, The Advocate,— ;
come together in camp for two Tst day and 28 the second. Miss “Sit Mite foanP hich offe TISH CAR ENGINEERS ere Viceo Much fun for the crowd “‘.12 The Committee of Man-
Siea, 40 senaw ola friendships ~~ Pemberton has also had 2 Train- a , =f Ww - 2 ieee BRITISH CAR EI ; om § ooh which attended. The Bop singers, poor oa Ee Ee eee
HIRO TO Ones A aie ye okey ing Days for Guiders which were Meals from axim's in neem “ the master artists of their “ é Sonny Morris who sang “Train Haven Welfare ‘Asaoclation desire, | KEEPS Y 4
Gilwellians met at Scout Head. Well attended. The next Train- perfume and orchids for women, fession, in the opinion of the Number 1” and Arthur Moore with through the medium of your | G
quarters on Sunday, the 9th at 9.30 ing for Guiders will be held at St. free wine and liquor for all. Museum of Modern Art. ‘Chatanooga Shoe Shine” Boy” © wspapet to record their sincere
um. for about two hours for a Michael's Girls’ School on Satur- Air France—which loves to Q,; 27 cars on display for the found it difficult to get off the shinwiies to al} those who in any an free from Dandruff
re-union In addition to those “ay, 29th September from 1—4.15 stuff its patrons with chicken opening night of the museum $ mark, way aasisted in making the , y
Scouters holding the “Wood P-™ This will include Brownie stuffed with rice, goose livers «automobiles as works of art The Second Prize went to the <°: ay











m ; ‘ ; ; . fariety Concert and Dance at the
Badge” others who have done Training, which will be given by and truffles. Superb wines and Varie ) &

show 11 were British, seven Western Rhythm Boys. They sang

- full of Vitality eg |
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parts were also invited Mrs. J. A. Skinner, Commissioner brandies, of course merican, four Italian, three Ger- “The Mule Train.” The boys are Drill H all 6a Frid y, Tth Sep

i . Ami ’ ee : ber last a success.

Those present were: (Complete for Brownies. B.O.A.C, loyally serves Wilt- an and two French. from Lake’s Folly, Their timing The Day Nursery at Sargeant’s
co ae Rev a ~ a The Results Of The Girl ea eres at “aes ieee ° e " “. Aeden Alva et Te Village, Christ Churoh will bene-
Ay s, M.A., Messrs A, E. Douglas mie 8 o mos steak ane ' ad ; reise CeCe YS ae re fit greatly by this magnificent N
Smith, M.A., C, R Cc. Springer, Guides’ Fair Scotch. ENTER THE FLEEP prize. demonstration of co-operation.
fs = Harrison, C. H. Worrell, K. C The Girl Guides’ Fair which Planes are flying faster, too. FLEEPS is the Army name for With thinks fof space, |
i e, G. E. Corbin. Excuses Ww ere was held at the Drill Hall on Sat- Air France has bought 10 Jeeps with wing The first- tT ° er ‘
given tor Mrs, A. E, Armstrong urday, 2nd June was an outstand- super-Constellations which will ‘ . t reconnoitre enemy NO ig er ages MAY HALL,
- ated ee “3 ee ing success, the amount realised cut the flight time to Paris by «gig nas its wings de- i ‘Wann oe |
s . Harrison and E. B illiams. being $3,082.31 (£642, 2s. 114d.). ‘ 7 i a ~ average ye, Ss, sie eee nites ~ New Haven elfare Association

Parts 1 or.2: C. D. Spencer, The Cn thanks of the ES: ds os eis be 1 aa 18e- tached in five minutes, anc rolls I or Guatemalan 14.9.51.

H. Walcott, D. Grannum, Cyril ; ” are “re : C Shey ee meets ; into headquarters to report — 15
B cite he rn . ation are offered to the Com- being bullt Banana Workers

er Owe, ' manding Officer and members of * a * now be : i 5
Pollard, S. Flemming. Excuses % * # * r
a p ‘a eUses the Barbados Regiment, the Com-
were offered for Messrs C. H. Pil- Oe a ett allowing the MR. CINDERS GUATEMALA CITY. Bad Road Manners
pea ppreneet, a and police Band to play at the Fair, the ARTIE SHAW clarinet-playing DANGER NO. 1 More than 15,000 workers di- ‘ ’ .

Ss KE. ce € > re « 7 , ’ ey - ofl ae ae een on eqad %
ary greetings and. introductions members of the Local Association, pang leader, is off to London MR. HERBERT HOOVER, the rectly or indirectly engaged in the Cause Accidents
Rev. A. E. Armstrong led off with ‘he Trefoil Guild, the gentlemen 4 make records. The ex-husband former President, called on the the” gltmuneitee ot oe ie ‘ :

a short devotional service He mon wate weapons pg’ taking of five beautiful women (Lana U.S, to-day to return to the Ten “freezing” of present wages of un- TOS Snery Suet ee, eee
Sal te can mt hin “ pe ‘all re, he anes 8s Se a Twaet sed Ava Gexiner amine Commneeees ont ane be employment. This gituation arises COURRS PCM Vere ee ace.
sse > need for leaders and * . ‘-

n coming traffic, the Commis-

them), he travels alone, except on the Mount. : ;
hem from an announcement by the sioner of Police, OotneL R. T

leadership among youth. He re- Sifts and donations and in other 4. °hi: jemortes. On the voyage used as the guiding principles Of Compania Agricola de Guatemala,

marked that he had been leading W®YS too numerous to mention








for ‘ : he must cut his new book from men in high office,” he said. — a United Fruit subsidiary, to the Michelin, told the Advocate yes-
ee eeee eer, Ste ERY Sn RECEIPT» 700 to 500 pages. Its title ; “The “The nation js in the grip of Banana Workers’ Union that it terday. | /
younger scouters to carry on. The Gate $222.48 Trouble With Cinderella”. intellectual dishonesty in public can grant no further wage in- He said that at the junction of
scout hymn was then sung. Mr. Tickets in advance 554.89 $ 777.37 uble . ; ; , “ullecie ads. Colly
eos ty vee tnép- sung. Mr, corets ip gavanc rer 37 i * * life which can destroy it. Ameri- increases or other concessions Pine and Culloden Roads, Colly-
Sp inger nex : read a message Girt Stall ca’s gravest danger is in the pub- Explaining that such increases More Rock and Bishop’s Court
from the Island Commiss & ; ; . actria far
cise ; SSIONCL Sweet Stall TWICE lic tolerance of scandalous be- would raise production costs mak- Hill, nine accidents have so fat
Major Griffith in which he sent. Wheel of Fortune 4 5 » banan: 50 ste- occurred this year, Seven of these
. haviour and dishonouy in ing the banana business complete urre us y :
greetings and good wishes for the $nac¢ et LIGHTNING struck a house at w. er ahi : ; ly uneconomic, the company said accidents had been caused by
" i . 2 +} . 1 a / 4 y £ as . » ® p . ‘ : I
ents Mr. Springer led off the Ices Duluth, Minnesota, and burned eS 7. i at it would be forced to leave the drivers of motor vehicles WS
pies 2 sw iee anee Of Household Stall it down. The owner and her country if the wage demands were across oncoming traffic
ne aspects of scouting such as Te daughter went to stay with sis sssed. W raWi som- |
i a aha . : pressed. ithdrawal of the com } sibs Nite
nore? Association membership, roe relatives nearby. Five minutes STRONGER IN KOREA pany, it is believed, would be dis- “For instance, the driver of a In doubt about your appearance ? Then give your hair th
“ic > oe _B i 2 ‘ES } ¥ + . , > ~ 7
Officials, Member ; of the B. P. Stall jater lightning struck the roof, THE FIGHTING FORCES i? astrous for the Guatemalan econ- car coming up Lower Collymore enefit — the double benefit — of Brylcreem : day-long smartnes
Guild of Old , Tr 8 6 " ; ene J
Rete: a ; c ag Training, Coca cole * * * Korea are far stronger than be- gmy as it would leave several Rock and turning right into and lasting hair health, Follow the lead of successful men al
ui aslone 2c Ss or 2 stra- s (Brownies . , i ‘i renew > “ ad : at * s .
fons Which ef og sadly rene Dips (St. Peter) fore if they have to renew ne thousand unemployed and severe- Culloden Road, failed to wait be- | over the world who know that Brylereem keeps them right on
He stressed the great fodal infie prant FIRST FOR TWO struggle with the Communists, jy reduce the country’s dollar in- fore turning, and allow a aa cop | See how lustrous Brylcreem makes your hair —lustrou:
Ss Eres < - Swee as i 12 . sai ce v . . , 3 ’s C ° 7 on 7 *
ence which old Gilwe!lians—even Sweet FOR 23 YEARS. Katherine President Truman Said tece ntly. come.—B.U.P. ne ea ae eet and vital-looking! See how a Brylereem_ massage
those retired from active work— Hanlan wondered what she would 5 ie x Pee t sass, Instead he checks Dandruff ; feel how the tonic ingredients tone
would exert. If only as members sat eitieatts ~ — do if a hold-up man came to her ‘: 7ERBOARD MORE B.W.I. OIL ta oo Pe renind a this oncoming up the scalp! There’s no excessive oiliness in Brylcreem,
of the B. P. Guild of old scouts. printing & Advertising si.oo bank window. Recently she found ANNA OVE , FOR S. AFRICA vehicle and thereby caused an because its pure, natural oils are emulsified. There’s no
All present agreed to become the Extra wiring 26.50 out, THE LINER ‘President Taft, cataterid o h eit A oe gum, no soap, no spirit,no starch in Brylcreem.
eth Sinem geemen stations y ie peat oe “ ue A n.an passed her a note say- out from San Francisco, sounded DURBAN, Sept. 5. aeThe Dommtentoet r said that There’s nothing like Brylcreem—the perfect
> . . 4 ationery . stage 2 “a4 7 ; . ss » Si 8 ’
of the Guild. During the discus- Bory | ae ROSA > — ing: “Don’t be alarmed. This is the “man overboard” signal. Down The increase in tanker cargoes ‘neue tiny etal ane Sura “CmIAweEt hairdressing. Ask for Brylcreem—today !
pet r 1 pee Mr gees Smith, $ 136.74 a stick-up. Hand over your went a lifeboat and picked up to Durban from the West Indies as be Bad ae ivine and bad manfiers o
Pile se i hare? Fa : ee eee Nat promk (GOR). 144s) 3,082 31 money.” Anna, guide dog to a blind school- a result of the Persian cil Pspute othe Polce ae appealing to al) Get this double benefit
pA ythers recallec cidents, - oT a " wa ee aos 4 4 J ae asic the ar- : 2 a é é \ é
. : as 3,2 5 t he floor. She teacher. Anna, frightened by a has been emphasise y a ie
some amusing, of their personal $3,219.05 Katherine slid to the F = ‘al of two tankers on the same drivers to pay special attention to
»rience f ra > i whispered a hoarse warning to noise, had leaped over the star- rival of two tankers 5é ee ‘ gp 21 B Cc s
experiences and reports from Certified correct. \ sp ered a | Ee a DE oa feorr tll p day, carrying nearly 20,000 tons of this frequent cause of accidents, RYLCREEM your hair
pier gr lira oe par ar (Signed) Vv. B Steelams, another woman , ' , il between them.—B.U.P. he said,
eV S, and of o ate € 40rc uditor, puiieehons
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the camp chief John Thurman tied and the search was begun for 1 mn (BARBADOS) e
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FORD: Th undersigned gratefully
return thanks to all who attended the
funeral, sent wreaths or in any other
way expr d symp with them
on the oce ion of the passing of Mrs.
Hester Forde, late of Coach Hill,
St. John

Dolly Crichiow (daughter), Bertie Forde

(grandson Rita For (grand-daughter),



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JOHNSON We are expressing our
sincere appreciation for the many
expressions of condolence by our
frends who sent us cards, wreaths
or those showing their sympathy in
any other way on the occasion of our
bereavement of our relative Miss
Muriel Johnson

Alice Johnson (mother), Thelma John-

son, Charles Husall 16.9.51—1n.

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WHARTON—Mr. Cyril L. Wharton and
relatives gratefully return thanks to all
who attended the funeral, sent wreaths

be in any other way assisted on the
oceasion of the passing of Mrs. Blanche
liene Wharton, iate of Third Avenue,

St. Michael

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16.9.5)

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Vacancies in the
Elementary Teaching Service

Applications are imvited fro
teacners (women) with at leas
10 years’ teaching experience fo
the Headships of the followin,
schools: —

St. James’ Girls’ School

St. Thomas’ Girls’ School

The minimum professiona
qualification required is the Cer
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exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in
with the Government Scale fo:
Head Teachers in Grade I Ele-
mentary Schools.

Candidates who have already
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filled) may apply by letter, ac-
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September, 1951. Candidates are
warned that canvassing may lead
to their disqualification.

12th September, 1951.



Government Flour Factory
at Lancaster

It is proposed to operate the
Government Flour Factory at
Lancaster for a short period be-
ginning on Tuesday 2nd October,
1951, for the purpose of receiving
and processing cassava roots, ‘The
roots will be purchased at the
rate of $1.50 per 100 lb. delivered
at the factory.

2. Any person intending to de-
liver cassava roots to the factory
is requested to notify the Diree-
tor of Agriculture, in writing not
later than 22nd September, of the
weight of roots he expects to de-
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word on Sundays;





AUTOMOTIVE





CAR: 1947 Morris 10. Excellent con-
citon, Reasonable price. Apply: Capt.
Raison. Telephone 2252

16.9. 51—3n

CAr—American Austin 7. New tyres.

Phene 8675. 16.9,51—2n



CAR: Ford 10 (X-353) in good order,
Apply immediately to Beryl Tull, ‘Clem-
eowile’, St. Patrick's, Christ Christ or
S Butcher, c/o McEnearney & Co

16.9,51—3n



CAR—Chevrolet 1938. Low mileage. Al



condition Bargain At Eckstein's
Garage. Phone—95259 14.9.51—3n
ELECTRICAL



PUMP: One automatic shallow well
electne pump. Capacity 250 to 300 gai-
lons her hour. Price $75.00. Dial 91-39.

9.9.51—2n





RADIO; Zenith Trans-Oceanic Portable
Radio as new, Phone 3679
15.9. 51—2n

FURNITURE

FURNYTURE—One 11)
drawing room suite comprising of:
Rockers, 2 Chairs, 1 2 seater settee
with upholstered dunilopillo cushions
and centre table, also Birch dining
table and 4 chairs. Practically new
Phone Mrs. Parkinson 2730





Birch Morris

16.9.51—3n.

LIVESTOCK

One Guernsey Holstein Heifer
Dial 2084. P. N. Pilgrim, Chapel
14.9. 51—An

MECHANICAL

One (1) Johnson Sea Horse Outboard
Motor with separate 5 gallon tank. Out-
ut 10 hop. Engine, condition as new
Apply by letter or in person to Wismar,
i.bbs Beach, St. Peter. 14.6. 51—6n





CALF:
Calf
Gap.







RANSOME LAWN MOVER in good
working condition $12.00. Sandyfield, St.
Peter 16.9.51—In



POULTRY

PIGEONS: Red Carneaux and Homer
Pigeons Exchange Pitn., St. Thomas.
16.9.51—1n

MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES — Of every description
gs. China, old Jewels, fine Silver
ou es Early books, Maps. Auto-

ete, at Gorringes Antique Shop





3.9.50—t.f.n

——————
BUTTONS: New Pretty Dress Buttons
A fine assortment in White Buttons
Jewelled buttons—from 24c.—48c.
ver dozen. The Modern Dress Shoppe,
Broad Street. 16.9.51—3n,

BALLERINAS: Rubber Soles, in Black,
Red and Maroon. Ladies Buy a Pair
Today at $1.87 up Thani Bros. Diai
4466 16.9.$1—1n

A



COAT: One Lady’s Fur Coat,
lent Bargain, Apply to Terese
Salon, McGregor Street.

excel-
Beauty

12.9. 51—t.f.n.



Holland from milk
famed Frisian Cows
as follows — Sib. tins @ $4.54 each
and 14b. tins @ $1.09 each. If un-
obtainable at your grocer you may
contact The Barbados Co-Operative
Cotton Factory, Ltd., Local Agents.
16.9.51-—én.

is now available

FANS: Straw or ‘Feather Fans Qe up
Get one now Ladies—at Thani Bros,
Dial M66. 16.9.51—I1n



FORMAMINT TABLETS-—Recommend-
ed highly for Gargling in cases of Sore
Throat, Tonsilitis ete. KNIGHTS Ltd.

14.9.51—3n,



“GAS STOVE: Modern, practically new.
Automatie control Oven, 3 burners, 1
will Toaster, Inspeetion invited. Phone
“52 16.9.51—3n

INDIAN SANDALS! Ladies, We have
-. last received a small shipment of
these lovely Leather Sandals, visit
Thani's for your requirements in Fancy
Goods. 16.9.51—I1n







GALVANISED SHEETS—4, 7, 8, 9 and
\0. Price cannot be beaten, enquire
‘uto Tyre Co. Phone 2696.

8.9.51—t.f.n

LUNCH KITS—For School
Complete, comfortable carry-all
handle, containing 1 pt. Vacuum Flasks
od plenty of room for sandwiches, $2.83
LUNCH TINS with sandwich tray, 83



ents, On Sale at G. W. Hutchinson
& Co., Ltd. and The Modern Dress
hoppe 15.9.51—6n



MANURE--Horse Manure for gardens.
Eight shillings (8/-) large cart load,
cing 3187, C. A. Proverbs.

16.9.51—2n.

OMNIPED FOOT CUSHIONS—Designed
vy Dr. Allschof¥. These cushions can be
washed and re-used. KNIGHT'S LTD.



14.8.8)

SHARKSKIN: Gentlemen! We offer
“ for this warm weather lovely
Sharkskin 54° wide, $3.95 a yd. in
vhite, Grey and Beige. Visit Thani's
Wm. Henry Street 16.9.51—1n



SURANOX DENTURE CLEANER-—The
best method of cleaning False Teeth
KNIGHTS Lid 14.9.51—3n.

de-

SPA-SHELL WORK in Exquisite
viens. Necklaces, Bracelets, Earrings.
an be bought in sets or separately at

‘fair Gift Shop. Aquatic Club



M

16.9.5) in|



TORCH BULBS: Just received Flange
ulbs for U.S.A. Torch Lights to fit 6
cell. 3 cell and 2 cell lights. 22¢ each

at Bruce Weatherhead Ltd,
4.9.51



WATCHES: Ladies and Gents Watches
They are reliable $8.50
Dial 3466.

16.9 51—in



OPPOSITE HASTINGS ROCKS

Tel. 8021. L BOURNE,



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G. A. Service's
|
|

THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

‘The most manifest sign of

{
|
fulness.” |
}
!

KITCHEN HOUSEWIFE
AND COOKIE ARE AL-
WAYS CHEERFUL.

|
wisdom is continued cheer-
|
| .....Montaigne.
WITH GAS IN THE

Lae

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y



JRLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days’

and 12 cents per agate line un Sundays,

minimim charge $1.50 on week-days
| and $1.80 on Sundays.





REAL ESTATE

j
ASK ABOUT D. F. DE ABREU. |
DIAL 3111 No. Boosting! No Rail-|
roading! No Duds! Re-Sale Values |
Assured! IN NELSON ST.. BY BUS
CO.; Two Stone Built Two-Storied |
Business Premises & Residence, Con- |

veniences. UN NELSON ST., A 3 Bed- |
room Cottage With Land, Conveniences. |
IN TUDOR ST.; A Large Stone Built
Two-Story Business Premises & Resi-~
dence, all Conveniences, about £2,600.—
Can Buy tt. NEAR CODRINGTON
HILL; A 3 Bedroom Partly Stone Built
Two-Storey, Govt. Water, Electricity,
Over 4,000 sq {t., Going Cheap at
4 550., Owner leaving Island. AT
FPRIGHTON; Seaside, Almost New 3
Bedroom Concrete Bungalow ‘(American
Design) about 12,000 sq. ft, about
£2,800.Can Buy It. NEAR CITY; Two
Stone Built Two-Storied Residences,
both Set in off Main Roads, one has
about 28,000 sq. ft., and about £2,550.
Car Buy It; the Other has about |
Acres. AT BLACK ROCK; A,|
Property with or without the Dairy,
over 1 Acre. BY CODRINGTON HILL,
A Stone Built House with over % Acre
(Not all Arable), Going for Under $1,200
ABOVE GOVERNMENT HILL; A New
3 Bedroom Concrete Bungalow, all Mod-
Conveniences, Under £1,200 —Can
It AT LOWER BAY STREET.,
de 2 Bedroom Stone Built One



ein
Buy





, Conveniences, kdeai for Business
if Converted, Under £1,000.—Can Buy It.
AT THE GARRISON; A Seclusive 3 Bed-
room Stone Built Bungalow, A-1 Condi-
tion. AT HASTINGS MAIN ROAD, ©
These and Be Wise,—Two Residences
‘One Almost New—Stone Built, The
Other—Partly Stone Built in A-1 Condi-
tion), Both yield over $100.00 p.m., and
Only £3,500 Can Buy Them. AT NAVY
GARDENS; C This and Grasp It for
Only Under £3,100—Almost New 2 Bed-
room (possible 3 or 4) Stone Built Bun-
gelow, Seclusive, View, Orehard and
Flower Garden, abovt 11,000 . it. Fully
Enclosed with Stone. AT CA’ WASH
BATHSHEBA; A Rare Chance for Under
£1,900—A Furnished 3 Bedroom One-
Storey, A-1 Condition, all Modern Con-
veniences, Elevated, about 3 Acres ‘about



1% Seaside). Contact Me for Almost
Anything in Real Estate. “If I Can't
~—Who Will?” Call at “Olive Bough,”
Hastings. 16.9. 5,—In

ET

BUNGALOW: Newly built Bungalow
at Brighton Road, Black Rock, 200 yards
from beach, containing 3 bedrooms,
drawing and dining rooms, verandah,
tiled bath, kitchen and servants room,
gurage, self-contained of modern design.
Dial 4321 or 3231. 26,8.51—3n







FOR SALE as a going concern small
dry goods business in the City, Immediate
Possession. For particulars, write (Store)
in care of Advocate Advertising Depart-













ment 15.9.51—3n

“HOUSE: Board and shingled House,
size 36 x 14 ft. Apply Four Square
lactory, Manager, or Dial 2442

16.9.51—6n

a
LAND: 4% Acres of Land at Black
Roek Ideal for development, Apply:
Fred Carmichael, Phone 2443
14.9. 51—3n
———
LOWER GREYS HOUSE, Christ Chureh,
Standing on 3 Acres 25% Perches of land,
with the Outbuildings thereto
The DWELLINGHOUSE contains one
open and 1 closed Verandah, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, Office, 4 Large Bedrooms,

tollet and Bath, large Kitchen, and
Buttrey.

The Company's Water as well as
private Water Mill

Telephone, Garage for 4 Cars, 4

Servant’s Rooms with Toilet and Baths
Cattle, and Poultry Pens.

Offers in writing will be received
by the undersigned up to Tuesday, the
2th imst., at 4 p.m. The vendor does
not bind Itself to accept the highest, or
any offer,

Inspection any
the premises.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & Cu.,
No. 17, High Street,
Bridgetown.
11.9.51—3n

“MARSHVILLE"—Just the right home
if you demand the best at average price
Has eye appeal, purse appeal and heart
appeal: This attractive property stand-
ing on 1/8 of an acre, along Bank Hall
main Road. And many other small prop-
erties and houses. All priced reasonable
to sell,

Telephone for a date to inspect real

day on application on



living comfort EBONY REALTY &
COMMISSION AGENCY, Marhill Street,
15.9. 51—2n

Dial 5001



The undermentioned will offer for sale
by public competition at their office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 21st
September 1951 at 2 p.m,

That desirable two storied
dwellinghouse known as

freehold
“Culloden

View", situate at the junction of Cul-
loder. and Dalkeith Roads, with the
tond thereto containing 10,585 square
feet. The house contair. closed and

open verandahs, bath ana toilet down-
tairs and upstairs, four bedrooms (one
with bath and toilet) Two servants’
rooms, garage for 1 car and tool room
(all built of stone), in the yard.
Inspection between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
any day except Sundays on appointment
with the owner Mr. St. Clair Hunte
(Phone 3229 or 4337).
G. L, W. CLARKE & Co.,
Solicitors.
9.9. 51—6n





The undersigned will offer for sale at
public competition at their Office, No. 17
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the
2ist day of September 1951, at 2.30 p.m.

The dwelinghouse known as “TRE-
LAWNY", with the land whereon the
same stands, containing by
2.500 squaer feet, situate at
Christ Church.

Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m
and 6 p.m. on application to the tenant.

For particulars and Conditions of Sale,
apply to:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
9.9.51—6n



Hastings,

——
| The undersigned will offer for sale at
public competition at their Office, No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the
2ist day of September, 1951, at 2 p.m.:—

9 ACRES 3 ROODS 26 PERCHES o!
land (formerly part of a place called
Cane Garden) situate in Saint Lucy
‘Together with the messuage or dwelling
house thereon known as “BENTHAMS"
and the outbuildings thereto.

The dwelling-house contains Oper
Verandah, closed Verandah, Drawing
and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen
snd Pantry.

The house is wired for Electricity
but the current is not turned in,
although the Company's ‘wires pass
within close proximity,

Inspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m
For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to:-—

OTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
7.9.51—In

So

Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called
*‘WESTON", ithe residence of the late:
Mrs. Norman Bascom), situate in
STRATHCLYDE, St Michael. The
House stands on 16,770 square feet of
lend, and comprises Closed gallery,
drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &o

downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath-
room, upstairs. Garage and servant's
rooms in yard. Electricity, gas, and

Government Water
Inspection any day, except Sunday,
by appointment with Mrs. Maynard
Alider, Dial 2670,
The property will be set up for sale
by Bee competition at our office, James
Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep-
ten ier instant at 2 o'clock p.m
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors
15.9. 51—10n

installed.

WHITEHALL, ST. PETER
of St.

DAILY

in aid Peter's

MEAL”

Open Daily 10.30 a.m. to
5 p.m.

From Saturday, September 8th
to September 30th inclusive
ENTRANCE

20: 1/-

CALADIUM = SHOW



estimation |,

SUNDAY ADVOCATE




























| I
Minimum charge week 72 cents and) "
%6 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24 Al TH AN ‘ SSS !
words 3 cents a word week-—4 cents a) /ROY NE ERL DS ( 1 A TIM | }
he Auxillar Sane er -
word on Sundays; STEAMSHIP co. OTHY A H VANSLUYTMAN
| SAILING FROM EUROPE i} will accept Cargo and Passengers {|
| M.S, ROSKOOP—I4th-September 195) p -f08. Trinidad._Saiting..Samday- 20a
HOUSES | M.S. HELICON—22th September 1951 7 ‘stant at © a.% EE 1
| SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND 10. FCS
AMSTERDAM xccept Cargo and Passengers for
CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approvea| 4-8. ORANJESTAD—Sth October 1951 a, Antigua, ane
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. SAILING TO PARAMARIBO os: SE e nm
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All) AND BG uv. “ DAERWOOD will
rENTOR— Septe . B “
modern conveniences. Apply aa or \m's “ae ane — "Saae i accept Cargo and Pasgengers for
a _ Se | SAILING TO TRINIDAD ,PARAMARIBO St. iancia.,, Gray ae ae
ISHED FLAT at “F Aces" AND B.G vaca gy tillgc:, Jeg Hg
_ PERN SHE! Piva oe eiciaiiian isth | M.8. BONAIRE—2ith September 1951 Date of departure to be notified
Mrs. L. Hassell, "Phone 4003, SAILING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS
%.6.5)—In|M 8S HESTIA—23rd September 1951 ASSOCIATION; (INC.)
Ae | MH BOSKOOP—30th September 1951 Consignee, Tele No. 4047
FLAT & BUNGALOW: Modern furs|5. P MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD,
nishéd Fiat and Bungalow at Coral wanessick SSS
Sands, Worthing. With Fridge, Silver | ————-—____ _. _____. mes aerate neem meaererotaenntpsentnaengaee er neat
ant Linen, Te an approved tenant
Apply to Alma Lashley, No. 6, Coral
a «és Canadian National Steamship
MAPLE VILLE, St. John, from Ist a J a 8
October, Furnished, newly renovated,
.W.C., Water, ge. Underneath can be SOUTHBOUND
used as a shor Most restful spot in nen Sails Sails Arrives Sails |
Barbados. Can Buy. C. B. Rock, Oistin P entreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
Hill, Ch. Ch 9.9.61—4ng | CAN. CRUISER 29 Aug. 4 Sept _ 14 Sept. 14 Sept
me, = CHALLENGER 8 Sept. 11 Sept - 20 Sept. 21 Sept
“NAVY GARDENS--New modern house nh ae 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 3 Oct 4 Oct
3 bedrooms with wash-bowls. Lounge | FAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept. 1 Oct _ 10 Oct. 11 Oct
and dining room ete. $80.00 monthly DY NELSON 10 Oct 13 Oct. 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct
Dial 4666 between 10 and 12
0: 0.01--08E a amen =
Cel aa NORTHBOUND
SUNSET VIEW--Furnished Bungalow Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
sttuated s ockle ere F at yA Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
tuated at Rock} Containing 3 bed
ott nalhcdaticoan Wid LADY NELSON .* .. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 2 Oct
rooms and all convenience Possession LADY ROD: b
ist October, For particulars Dial 245 NEY 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 27 Get. 28 Oct 1 Novr
15.9.51—2n ae boa ;
The M.V.“CANADIAN CRUI SER” is expected to arrive here
THE CAMP-On the Sea, St Lawrence. } about the 24th September, accep ting cargo for St. John, Halifax,
Fully furnished. Dial 8357. Charlotte Town, Quebec and Montreal.

147 51.—tfn.



“VENTNOR”, Ist Ave. Belleville. Re-
centky renovated throughout. Three bed-

rooms with running water in each. Gas
and usual out offices. Immediate possts-
sion. Dial 8680 15.9.51—1n





WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, having
3 bedrooms with connecting toilet and
buth, modern kitchen and 2 car garages,
having all modern conveniences. Rented
furnished or unfurnished, on long lease
or short term. Apply: Ralph Beard, Lower
Bay Street. Phone 4683

14.9.51—3n









SHIRT MAKERS—
Reliance Shirt Factory,

13.9.51—tin

EXPERIENCED
Wanted at the
Palmetto Street.



EXPERIENCED SALESMAN—For Dry
Goods Dept. One used to working smail
Island preferred. Excellent prospects for
right man. Apply: J. W. Potter & Co
Ltd., Marhill Street 15.9.51—2n



POSITION: Manager of small Hotel
in Bermuda desires position in Barbados
as x or Assistant. Write: G. J.
Riddell, c/o Bank of Bermuda, Hamil-
ton Bermuda 12.9.51—6n

MISCELLANEOUS

Racking Coppers
D. M. Simpson

16.9.51-—2n

PUBLIC NOTICES

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







COPPERS
about 6 ft
& Co

Two
diameter







NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. JOHN







As from the 10th to 29th September
1951, the office of the Parochial
Seonauate will be opened on Saturdays
only

R. S. FRASER,
Parochial -'Preasurer,
St. John
8.9. 51—fn
CLERKS’ UNION

Classes in English, Arithmetic and

Spanish (under the Auspices of The

Barbados Evening Institute) for members
of the Union, will be resumed on TUES-
DAY 18th at ¥.M.C.A

The, Committee hopes that members
will take further advantage of these
facilities



to the General Secretary from whom
further particulars can be obtained.
CHRISTIE SMITH,
General Secretary
12.9 51--2n
NOTICE
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

APPLICATIONS
my

will be
office up to 3.00 p.m
24th September 1951, for the post of
Sub-Sanitary Inspector for the Parish
of Christ Church at a salary of $40.00
per month
Only copies
will not be

received jit
on Monday,

of testimonials
returned)

(which
are required and
it will not be necessary to forward
certificates of proficiency with the
plications but applicants holding such



certificates should state particulars of
them in their applications and be pre-
vered to produce them if required to
do so

The successful candidate will be
required to serve one (1) year on
probation before appointment to the
established staff

WOOD GODDARD,

Clerk, Commissioners of Health,
Christ Chureh
16.9. 51—4n



NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the inten-
tion of the Commissioners of Highways
of the respective parishes of Saint
Joseph and Saint John to cause to be
introduced into the Legislature of this
Island a Bill authorising them to in-
crease the salaries payable to the respec-
tive Inspectors of Highways for the said |
perishes to a sum not exceeding £500
per annum, and the travelling allowan-
ces payable to the said respective In-
spectors of Highways to a sum not
exceeding £100 per annum, — such in-
creases to take effect as from the Ist

day of April, 1951.
DATED the 15th day of Sept. 1951,

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.

16.9.51—3n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Stuart Bryan, holder
of Liquor License No, 966 of 1951 grant-
ed to Gordon Bentham in respect of
a double roofed board and shingle shop
at Holders Hill, St. James, for permission
to use said Liquor License &c at a wall
and galvanized building on Tudor Street
or posite Sobers Lane, St. Michael

Dated this 14th day of September 1951
To: E. A. McCLEOD, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist AP

(Signed) E. BARKER
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist “A" on Monday
the 24th day of September 1951 at 11
o'clock, a.m







E. A
Police Magistrate,

McLEOD,
Dist "A
16.9. 51—In








WE ARE BUYERS

We buy anything connected with
STAMPS, Sheets, Single Stamps,
Collections, Accumulations and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the
CARIBBEAN S1T°MP SOCIETY

3rd floor, No st '

1C, Swan



POCKET is at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

CARPENTER TOOLS
Just Received
By

FERRE
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH |
YOUR 1952 DIARY FOR

OFFICE, HOME AND

Application for enrolment can be made







1






























GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.



The

ith, inst at 9.45

a

\i4 9.51—3n



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16.9 51



1



LY NCH’S SEC ONDARY sc HOOL
STREET

SPRY
Term
1961

Next

eptember at 9

“In

BARBADOS
BARBADOS

A DAY SCHOOL
(Registered & Approved)

DUCATIONAL

THE PARRY SCHOOL
Parry School re-opens on Monday

begins

Acid
Stomach?

m

Headmaster

on Tuesday 18th{
15 a.m
A. McD. PORDE.

Headmaster

|
J. 1. SMYPH, |
|

ACADEMY
ACADEMY
FOR BOYS

Next term begins TUESDAY 18th
September 1951 at 9.30 a.m
W. D. RUDDER,
Principal.
6.9 51—1n " stomach acid does



ALEXANDKA SCHOOL







It can be very unpleasant when excess

not permit you to

enjoy a meal without suffering dis-

comfort—but luckily there is a safe
remedy that brings quick relief :

* BISMAG * (Bisurated Magnesia). It

aes ee BW neutralizes the excess acid and
overnors © jexan a Schoo i

invite APPLICATIONS for the post of| enables you to digest without suffer-
HEADMISTRESS. The new Headmis-|~ ing stomach oe heartburn or
tress will be required to take up the flatulence. * BIS! is well-known
appointment on Ist January, 1952. throughout the ania and has for
Alexandra School is a day Secondary

School with 150 girls on the roll and is
Government funds.
a preparatory Department
in which the General Certificate
of Education will be
— is a Girl Guide Company attached
to the

a

s

a Degree of a British University and a

Schoo!

ided by

school,

The Headmistress,

There is
and a Main Get a bottle today,

taken from 1951.

you
NEED

who should possess

Teacher's Diploma or Certificate, will be

r

the
activities.
per annum,
deducted as rent for the partially fur
nished
whieh
Headmistress.
a Civil Servant, but service is pensionable
under the Teachers’ Pension
contributions are payable, but the mini-
mum qualifying period is ten years. Ser-
Alexandra School is counted as
qualifying under the English Teachers’
Superannuation Act.

vice at

Passage expenses to Barbados, not ex- “Chicoville’, Up;
reeding £200, will be paid against; % ("9% Esplanade).
appropriate vouchers. A_ term's long| & Consultation.
leave is granted every five years on t.

request, but up to the present no pas-

tiving_ the following particulars :—
1 Date and place of birth.

equired to devote
school
The

5 per

residence in
is provided
The

age money is avail
Applicants should

and promote
salary

Headmistress

her whole time to
out-of-class
offered is £600

cent of whieh is

Tablets and Powder
the school grounds
for the use of the
is not

Act, No

metnod corrects
ears

SASS FOO*



able for leave.
forward a statement

LEC LLLP LPPEFP SPSS,
CHIROPRACTIC

nose, throat, lungs, stomach
and «idneys; also headaches, knee
and foot troubles

SLO LOI ESP LESO SIL LESE SI a



BOARDING & LODGING
also

many years proved a reliable help to
sufferers from excess stomach acid.

a3

*BISURATED’ MAGNESIA

Sold by ail Chemists





diseases of ayes,

Drs. Ferreira,
per Bay Street,
Dial 2881, Free

‘sSSSESOSOOOE





Centrally located

9.51—4n

———



2 Schools and University attended. LUNCHES for CITY CLERKS
3 Degree, giving subjects and class Reasonable Terms, At Rus-In-Urbe
obtained. Crumpton Street,
4. Post-graduate study, including (opposite Harrison College. Apply
os Diploma or Certificate m Person. Telephone 4324.
( any).
5 Teaching experience with dates .
and positions held. SSE
6 War Service (if any). pre
7. Participation in out-of-class activi-
ties.
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FOR SALE

“HOLDER'S HOUSE", St.
James, An Fstate House built of
stone with pine floors and shingle
roof 3 reception, 5 bedrooms,
verandahs ete, also garage 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 on all
sides. Coast is less than a mile
away and town 6 miles.

“LOCKERBIE HOUSE”, Brittons
Cross Rd.—Fine example of a pre-

war 2-storey Barbadian home
pervadi an atmosphere of mel-
low 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 centrai stairway in-
variably receives favourable com-
| ment. The separate dining room

is usually appreciated and also
the small study and long wide
verandahs. A property well worth
viewing if real value for money
is wanted.

BUNGALOW. St. James Coast.—
Charmingly s i t uate d seaside
home, well elevated above sea
level with over % an acre ef well
1 laid out private gardens containing
, Jawns at front and rear, many
varieties flowering shrubs and
trees. Private bathing cove with
good safe bathing. There is an
L-shaped roofed verandah lounge,
dining room, 4 bedrooms, garage
and servant's quarters. in-
vestment in this fashionable area
where this type of property always
retaing a good capital and rental



value,

“COOLMORE:” Pine Hill —
Modern Bungalow constr in
1939 with 18” stone w and

heavy asbestos roof. There is
large L shaped living room,
coulis Dea with built-in
war bes, Kitchen, pantry, ser-
vant’s kitchen, bathroom with
tub and shower, solar heating
installation, garage and 2 ser-
vants rooms. The grounds of
about % an acre are heavily
wooded with mahogany and Flam-
boyant trees and the lawns and
stone flagged terrace are In a se-
cluded walled garden. Attractive
location close to town,

“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
grllgzics, 2 reception, dining room,

bedrooms, kitchen, pantyy,
storeroome, anise le ete.
commen at the greatly
price now asked,




BUILDING LAND.

plot of land approx:
adjoining “Miramar,” St, James.
Available to buyer.
Other building sections from a %
to over 4 acres also for sale on
this coast.

St. James

| “COUNTRY HOUSE", St, John
—A pleasant 2 storey property,
stone built with shingled roof,
Completely redecorated recently,
Accommodation comprises 2 living
rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, pan-
tny, storerooms, garage, servant's
quarters etc, Wide lawn, numer-
ous fruit trees and good vegetable
garden. Well recommended at
price quoted,

“WINDY W1iiLOWS"—Prospect,
St James. Unfurnished house on
coast, with 3 bedrooms, 1
verandah, overlooking sea
Immediate possession.

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





house,

“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
James. — Large 2 storey stone
house of sound construction lo-
cated on over % an acre of
coast land with 160 feet of sea
frontage First class sandy beach

and good safe bathing. The house
has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation on
ground floor. In our opinion
this property would be eminently
suitable for conversion into a
Guest House. Low figure required.

“HILL CREST", Bathsheba.
Substantially built modern stone
bungalow on the brow of
cliffs affording fine view of
pooh coast line. There
three good bedrooms, livi one,
2-sided gallery, ‘a
quarters and

proposition at the low figure asked,

“KIMBOLTON”, 2nd Avenue,
Belleville. — A very solid 2-storey
stone built house in good position
on corner of 2nd Avenue and
Pine Road. Good residential area
near schools and town. The house
has 2 reception, dining room,
jong gallery overlooking lawn, 3
bedrooms and all main services.
This property offered at a most

Sensonahye figure to effect an early
sale.

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

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

| FLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4640

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a AQUATIC CLUB
CINEMA

with much regret

that the Management
announces that after

Thursday, September
27th

the Club’s Cinema will
be CLOSED. Due to the
s mall attendance of
Members, for quite some
time, the Management
has been reluctantly
forced to make this
decision.

Owing to the large
number of Cinemas now
operating in the Island it
is not possible for the
Club always to show
New Films as formerly;
and, as most of the Mem-
bers wish to see Pictures
at their first showing,
there is not sufficient
patronage to keep the
Club’s Cinema running.

16.9.51.—1 wk.

NOTICE
to the
PARISHIONERS

of
ST. MICHAEL,

The Vestry of St.
Michael will appreciate
it if all owners of Trees,
which are over-hanging
Highways, and so shad-
ing the rays of Street
Lamps, will co-operate
by either trimming these
trees themselves, or by
giving the necessary per-
mission for them to be
trimmed, so that the full
benefit of the light can be
obtained. :



E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael’s
yany-

FURNITURE
AUCTION

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St. George

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dispose of the very fine

of Mahogany and other Purniture
as listed below, A day for the
afternoon

Connoisseur, Viewing
and

prior to sale 2 to 4 p.m.
morning of Sale at 9 a.m.

1947 Hillman Ten Saloon. Mile-

gelined, Excellent Condition
throughout. For Sale between 1
and 2 p.m.

Kidney Table, Very Fine Oval,
Square, Round and Miniature Tip-
Top Tables, Square Dining Table,
6 Dining Chairs and 4 Carvers to
match, Small Serving Table, China
Cabinets, Sideboards, Tea Trolley,

Liquor Cabinet, 6
Seats and

(Medium and Small),
Ended Settee, Butler's Tray
Stand, Dressing Table Tausane
mirror), Dressing Table (Glass
top, ple Mirror, and Stool)
Washstand, Pr. Single
with Vono Springs,
Tables, Wardrobe with
Mirror inside), saataaee py
able Dressing irror,
Clothes Horse, ALL THE ABOVE
IN MAHOGANY:

rted Upholstered 3 Piece
Suite with loose Cushions ana
Spring Arms, Westinghouse Radio-
gram, Saman Radio Table, Pr.
Wicker Chairs, Leather Arm Chair,
ee ible and Stool,

itsman'’s Table, Small. Writ-

Bookease, Deal

tion),
Plate, 2 Burner
Stove and Large Oven, Hanging

Pressw
Cooker,
Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools
and Equipment, Lawn Mower,,
Buckets, Chicken Wire, Length
of Hose ete, 4 Servants’ Cots,
Child's Tricycle, Cine Camera
Projection Screen.

CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER

AUCTIONEERS

Jenna ¥4. Btadon
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A.F.S., F.V.A.
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licatior fa remal kable book cording to leading London circu- Lieut.-Ool. . OONNELL, OBE. £ DBD, Do you have attacks of Asthma or Bron- | Canada, had tost 40 Ibs. #uffered cough- | i}
written in the 16th century lating library chief, Cadness Page, Commanding Chitie so bed that you choke and gasp for ing. hoking and strangling every night \, 5
: ‘ . ¥ e ae, ‘ =n’ ow, ” = rea and can't sleep Xo you cough #0 | couldn't sleep, expected to die endece }\
It i the autobiograph of the amewer is gdh emphatic “Yes a THE BARBADOS REGIMENT ‘ hard you fest like you were being rup- | stopped Asthma spasms firm night-and*- | { ?
Elizabethan John Gerard, a Jesuit Not so children’s book author | mee - 6 14 Sept. 1951 tured? Do you feel weak, unable to work, | has had none since in over two years i”
; priest, whose daily ife was as Noel Streaffeila (she has written | Seamed? oo. oo — ee ae ee oe oe -
hazardous as a Resistance Group- eight popular books). “Treasure | , ——— a oe Regimental Headquart eo Tr “No matter how tons you have suffered or Soe eto our nood and i
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er in World War II Island, Little Women, didn’t need | ser HG Coy coritiiies apetiulivts trating “A” ‘Goy ae Gauniled by Coy | wet yeu Dave ies, tere @ new Seve Sa helping nature You ot the effects ‘of r
_Gerard, ordained in Rome in illustrations,” she says } Comd; and “B” Car continue? firing the A MC ®" Cay is sllotted the | Gace. No dopes, bo smomee, Na Injections. Asthma. In no time at all Mendsco may , .
1588, landed in East Anglia from Boys’ writer Eric Leyland (30) miniature and open ranges no atomizer. All you do is take (wo taste- — —_— SS ae = j > ECT THESE }
5 ‘ . : ve i : ' . | Signal Platoon teas tablets at meals and your attacks seem | *tronge 7 We ¥ = wee SEL y ~
a rowing boat. He was disguised books) protests feelingly “How | ee a ‘ : Thursdeve, | to Vanish lke magic. In 3 minutes Mendaco | money back guarantee. You be the judge
as a country gentleman. His many writers are ever satisfied | — mAOaE pemERe Continuas an Mondaye, Wednesdays ant THinr te) | Gauss Werblog Untough your bined ciding ek ach Was anil Shae’ waeee eh " +p,
subsequent activities — preaching, with artist’s conception of their Band practices will be held on Monday 17, Wednesday 19 and Thursday '20 | S8ture yh ap he | Mendace just return the empty package \ BRARLY !!
converting—landed him in the characters?” Se si RE sound sleep the first night so that | AUS L40S Get’ wendace from your chem:
{ Tower of London. But Gerard _ But at a Quiz organised by W. Reeruite soon feel years younger and stronger | (2) today and see how well you sleep to- EXERCISE BOOKS 40 and 80 page



escaped, survived to tell his story.

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a 174 century copy manu~ . Orderly Off: Lieut. S. G. Lashley instance. hards, Hamilton. . | Ends Asthma & Bronchitis * Hay Fever J INTAIN PENS
seript (in Latin) " = Stoyinien One for the road. Sir Robert| | Orderly Serjeant si i Sit Springer. W \ s sper SS — =) RULERS end ERASERS
College Library. From this, Bruce Lockhart has written | N**t om Sate oo. ota, ©, ek Sea fr GRAPH and SCIENCE BOOKS
Philip Caraman has produced a book about whisky. He calls it, | faery “Serieant @ Sit Quint, LG “0 . y } ) {
new translation. naturally—Scotch. It will be! M D. Sk o Ma TAYLOR \ VPEC {Al BLENDED RU \| 5 Large assortment of Text Books including }
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t. Martin’s Theatre, London, A grew up near a whisky distillery. The Barbatios Regiment a ee ir heh | ROYAL READERS and SCHOOL PRIMERS
mew play by, Aubrey Deniers - ae were | distillers, Spain ale naan: OEE CONES (With The Distinctive Flavour) ; GEOGRAPHY OF THE WEST INDIES |
r ed se ra run. d moment Sir Robert is bac! Bs A S REGIMEN SERIAL NO. 29 oy” Mss eT ID INSTRUCTORS
Hitler rang the curtain up on war, in the whisky country, busy on | 4TH SEPTEMBER, 151 a NO i “ = ; PITMAN’S SHOR ste aes CT )
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any ont Mids on int aces ° > , et a | . SaN Se atat® Englist ‘rench, Latin and Spanish
Danvers Walker hae “maa “his which he Oeghlty entitiod to bel Soe a La. sccec CC have a full supply on hand at all times } ee. 5 eee ee
‘S- s s is 4 Re, t ¢ 11 Sep & ’ ° r
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in Camden Town in a hot July authority. 276 Pte Howard, G.S A” Co Reinstated and taken on strength © : ‘e - - -
into a novel, to be published this World Copyright Reserved, PROMOTION ee ee eee sey Mt ..... To Enjoy Wt ;
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NEW YORK.
DLOCKS, each with a Nazi
swastika seal, bar the pulpit
of the Methodist Church at Lake
Charles, Louisiana.

This is the protest of the minis-
ter, ex-paratroop chaplain William
Byrd, against what he calls “per-
secution” of the town’s _news-
papers by the district attorney,
Griffin Hawkins.

For years professional gamblers
infested nightclubs and taverns

THE OLD RED HOUSE

i Paes Andrei Gromyko ar-

rived in America in time to
find the sheriff foreclosing | the
mortgage on one of his old Ameri-
can homes, He rented the former
mansion of J. Pierpont Morgan
when he was a UNO delegate. In
{ts 45 rooms 77 Russians once
lived. Glen Cove, Long Island
township, is taking it over for un-
paid taxes. It will become a free
Bchool for local children. The

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TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12

October, 1951: —
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Minister. Byrd-.and sKetinéth CONTROLLER QUITS to the Secretary of the General Hospital and tenders will not be * Guavas | Wolbrooks Sauce . This new and delightful “Lime Cologne
Dixon, managing editor of Lake IFE for a price-controller in| entertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Hospital x Fruit Salad Horlick’s Matted specially prepared for the Tropics—in the
Charles American Press, organ- America is even unhappier Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters | % a t . Milk ss Tropics is available in both Plain at 60c. and | L
ised People’s Action, an anti- than of a negotiator of film| from two other persons known to ‘possess property, expressing their Corn Flakes Virol x Mentholated at 84c. per bottle
gambling “underground,” whose agreements with Britain’s Board | willingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the Wetabi Mayonaise x \ 0
oe did not know each other. of Trade. So Eric Johnston, once | contract. 1% Seadaeend oe : x When you next require a first class toilet
dentine’ ‘noliite ee cutbens tore a4 yA nha, ae _ Terms of contract and any further particulars may be obtained g Jams and Marmalade em Sones x em hae “Tropex Lime Cologne” and \ G
dragged in the reluctant police turn to the presidency of the |°" application at the General Hoapitel ie a. & See Meat Balls > oe. Seen
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AN UNWELCOME TUBBING for this horse and jockey after they had made a false landing in the

Grand Steeplechase of Waereghem, part of the Belgian Grand Prix. —P

ANOTHER TORNADO
SERIES STARTED

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B.R.A. Contests
Will Begin Oct. 6 ©















The Annual Competitions of the
Barbados Rifle Association wil . 38 : me
uence tucbeitce: ais Gk cet Vamoose Claims Honours
Stage of the shoot for the Trum- }
peter Cup. Thi hoot is eligible #®y Our Yachting Correspondent. | Fi Serie the majority o |
for all members of the Associa- The First Regatta of the ne hei were till green but]
tion. The best 16 scores registered Tornado Yachling Serie in th ow know how to handle}
in the initial stage will qualify for preparation for the Trinidad tour the oat It should be inter-|
the final stage which takes place "ext month sailed in Carlisie esting to see if Cyclone can end}
at the Government Range on Octo- Bay yesterday afternoon For p with the first three at the emd
ber 13 at 2.00 pan. To this shoot merly three boats, Vamoose, ( of thi ew series and eventually
the public are invited. clone and Edril were chosen but make the tour }
For. many years now the com I was told that there Was son Varme e was again outstanding
petition for this Cup has been vy grumbiung netwer os an hi but Jack Leacock at the
Keen. ‘I'ne families of some of the Imsmen These boat would Zephyr must be con-
ae 5 ete . have made the trip if it wa i for his good judgment
marksmen turn out to w'tness the expected, the tour had taken place in the second round. His position
snoot The Cup wa pie me it this month A cable from Trini- at the end of the first round was
the BR A. by the British Amer dad received by the Association fifth After clearing the western
can Tobacco Co., Barbados L fixed the tour for next mont mark jin tl econd round he took
The Team Shoot was held yes- I am extremely pleased to see a northern course. The other
terday and was won by bit© that the Association has sufficient boat followiyz Vamoose, tacked
Team. The total is out of 100 an tinfe to hold this new seric After south zephyr overtook them and
representing Blue were; Mr M. RK all, one would expect grumbling y I third position
DeVerteuil 95, Lt. Col. J. Connell when Cyclone, which sailed in the iv drphti enone
94, Major O.F.C, Walcott 92, Mr rst Series but did not take part ,, sr ; icippe red og ” Teddy
H. F. Cuke 90 and Mr. M.A the Second, was choser Ih Yampo kippered by )
= ; Hoad, Swansea with Noel Emtage
Tucker 87. jee . : it the helm, Zephyr, skippered by
_ Blue scored 458 while Red he % ea Jack Leacock, Breakaway, skip-
Gaon ar for Resa place a B dos W in pered by George Hoad, Edril,
420. FP e1gnt bes CORSE ‘ the day out of 100 vA 1 ¢ ae R Ey sab . a with Eruce ‘Hailion at tire
DeVerteuil 95, Lt. Col. J. Connel! W l P | ig vl ka Car title ae
94, Maj. O. F. C. Walcott 92, Mr a er Oo 0 en cuetanes Se axboe Pe ve
T. A. L. Roberts 92, Capt. C. R. E rm ss y c ~ Cyclone skippered by George
Warner 92, Mr. H. F. Cuke 90, Mr I esl Games Coon, aaa Siecaes acnbered
O. Shepherd 90 and Mr. T. G by John Bladon.
McKinstry. 90 By PAUL FOSTER The majority were fairly well |
The light, although fairly bright, i yunched together at the start
produced conditions which pre- PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 15, Shortly after going around the
vented good definitbn, The wind 3arbados won both of the Test western mark Vamoose crept away
was gusty especially at the 300 matches played at the Trinidac from the others. She kept the lead




















Appointed Canon

Consequent on
ment of the Rev, Canon H.
Hutchinson to be Archdeacon of
Barbadcs, and Canon of the Stall
of St. Ignatius, the Lord Bishop
has appointed Rev, C. Cé Conliffe,

YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT

From CODRINGTON
Rainfall; .35 inch
Total Rainfall for month to
date; 5.46 ins.

Cart And Car
In Accident

Wiliam Bailey of St
Gap, was treated at the

the appoint-

yards bank but it settled down Yacht Club to-night. The Barba- and was ort, ve the ay
fairly steady at 500 yards. This dos men snatched a slender victory Street mark, Teddy increased his 9.00 p.m.
is the last shoot before the Annual over a strong Trinidad combina- lead and wes St t to ee ce p
Competitions. tion winning the game by the odd *! pM or aoe 9 y nitt ee es a Beg
The total results of the Team goal in three, while the Trinidad Bebra, Pedant Lerane “o-
Shoot are Blue, skippered by ladies went down to a 4-nil defeat. hind Tempest Fourth was Comet Admission $1.00
Lt.-Col, J. Connell, first; Red, a leq followed by Edril which had a
skippered by Major A. DeV. Chase, A crowd of over ahy ie lead of 20 seconds on Zephyr
second; Yellow, skippered by Capt. themselves hoarse and saw tw? breakaway was only a few seconds
J. R. Jordon third and Green, Terie cedia ts er ite behind Zephyr. Thunder Wis OO >>>
skippered by Capt. C. R. &. evenly contestec rom sta © and Cyclone last :
Warner fourth. finish. In both matches the score From this round it could clearly | HOPKINS MEMORIAI
, was 1-nil in favour of the visitors be seen that the wind was smooth #
at half time. but tricky. The sea was calm. In VAN E T
. The Trinidad defence was bril- the second round it was all} CONC R
Band Music liant, Josephine Gatcliffe in goal Vamoos¢ She now had a sood By —
for Trinidad was outstanding lead and after clearing the 1 oe NINETY VOICES CHOIR
47 a Ty ’ ho she ran on to the western mar | ) OF
The Trinidad men’s team who 3 r | POLICE BAND
At Esplanade have greatly improved since their She wee sh nent ees re GUESTS ARTISTS _—
TO-DA) visit to Barbados last November Bay ; ba ‘ wes a nea ae se At GLOBE THEA TRE on
; got their equalising goal when club mai) i. bunt two minutes SUNDAY September ere
The Police Band will render the fol- Smith was out of the water for a at ae Swanses. lowing provramme of Music this eve- a major foul. thead of Tempest. Zephyr was PROGRAMME INCLUDES:
ning at the Bay Street E planed s Bannister scored soon after the third and two conds behind The Choirs. “Think O Lord
ate ni es The conductor Wl" incident to give his team a narrow Swansea Tempest passed 25 - In Mercy”, “Winter”,
ae ‘PROGRAMME win, mds later. She lead Breakaway “Thou Didst Turn = thy
SPANISH MARCH Amparito Roca by more than a minute while Edril face from Me.”
4. Texides was 25 seconds behind. Edril was Guests Artists. “On Wings
JERTUR semiramide ° aes - 7 4 - . me :
OVERTURE Semiramid Cricket At Bank mly half a boat's length in front of Song”, “The Sanctuary
OPERATIC SELECTION H.M.S A ~ of Cyclone and eee ae ee \ of the Heart.” Nell Hall
Pinafore Sullivan "| Vamoose led throughout in the O fest in the Lord.”
aoe: Danke Bee, Hall To-day final Tap. No one could overtake Will Clairmonte.
SEURCTION Squire's popular song A cricket match will be played be! She went on to beat Swan- The Lord's Prayér”
Ord-Hume at the Empire grounds today *¢% the second boat, by Em mar . “Star of God". Georg
SACRED SELECTION Supplicatior oturee: slevens c. ‘ 1d by Mr, Ute and 30 seconds Imptage, | Morris.
Ss. Baynes between elevens captained by MY. 3.0 cea’ skipper, sailed steadily na . .
CHORUS — And The Glory of tt A. Spencer and Mr. R. Innis nel an cans ne bafstake Third Trumpet Concerto”,
Sit are Bs ies Wat The teams are: , was Zephyr, 20 seconds behind ee ee Lovell,
os . 7 . encer’s : > elch Bre Give . p i
Renan ar” tha Pelgate. Spencer's Xi C. Welch, E. swansea, neice ane. "1a Mamori m’
Mendelssohn Waldron, G. Bynoe, C. Best, A. A. Edril finished fourth over a min- | D = 9) ns 3 an's
HYMN 282 A & M --Be Thou my Spencer (Capt.) C. Bowen, Craigg, yte behind Zephyr. She was fol- | Jesiring : Beet voven’s
MIN 7 A sw For atl the E. Burke, I, Harris, C. Yearwood, lowed by Breakaway, Comet, Cy | Funeral March in B
ort gains L. Bynoe, and R. Walcott. clone and Tempest Minor.
GOD SAVE THE KING Inniss’ XI H. Mandeville, C. The Second Regatta of this All proceeds to be used
Atkins, R. Inniss (Capt.) C Series will be sailed at 10.30 . pees é 3. “Hopki
Quintyne. M. Wood, C. Weod, ©. o'clock this morning Memoria ablet.
; iff teid, t ; P , Admiss y Programme
2 Reid, O. Fields, C. Dipeza, ( Admission by rogramm
Rev. C. C. Conli Matthews, and S. Gitten | one Shilling each. On Sale
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Rector and Rural Dean of St. Hospital and discharged after the ‘Temperature: 74.5 °F.
Peter as Canon of the Stall of push cart which he was operating Wind Velocity 4 miles per
St. Cyprian in the Cathedral. was involved in collision with the ony,

Rev. A. F. Mandeville, Rector GbR car M.1366, owned and Barometer: (9 am.) 20.975
of Christ Church has also been Criven by Mohammed Patel of (11 am.) 29.969
appointed Rural Dean of St, Passage Road, along Dayrells
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I'\(.l MVTEF.X -.1 VII W \I>V(M \ II -I \l.\\ —-II It Mill R l, IM1 B.lt.\. Ciiiiliiah I Will U.'fiin Oct. 6 • Ttai v \ • Ihi ntRi stage o| the ihoot fat %  for .ill IMUlbcrt nl Of I %  111 the ... h I %  the pobl I ocvti wry %  n turn out li a %  I %  of lou and %  %  i H. r. Cuke fl %  %  441 1 I Ihtr dav out <-' 100 weti Ml H H . U Col J. 94, Maj. O. F C w T. A.I 1 I %  ry. 90 %  • % %  pRMhsBI % %  i good deflnitl wan Bi'ty yards bank but it t,, 11 -. ati I; I %  | -, Uai Com petit ions. Tllot lllmlktpp< I.< < % % % %  : nccornl; Yellow. sl.i' i j n .i i an ihir.i and ( %  kipper.*.! by Cap! C H i fourth. %  %  an inii o handle If Cycl %  iho raid %  i i %  %  must madi tdfment HI pra.it' i I • %  ere*, It* .,11. one would n the %  • A as c* B'dos W in \\ alrr Polo IVsl Games %  M I. H1-.1 WHAT! KHAKI SHORTS to. $4.38 Unbelievable but it's true. And what is more the quality is far above this amazing price Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street ... ppei %  %  load, Bdi 11, few, TernHamilton at the %  Comet iklppai Oeoi | AH in, Cyclone ixlppared bj Qaorfla : i %  ilrl) wall M.iil PORT-OF-SPAlN, Sept. ound the %  played it the Trti I ihe lead i the Bay Based hi rrtmd id %  "i" j nal in three, while uv Tni i A < n.v %  f and sea mea which ii %  [nub i. uiiti was Cornel vhleti had %  .i few %  %  ind Zephyi Tl '" md %  i d II could clearb Hand Music At E$pkuu*de wai l-nfl n I em that UM wind wai I h.llf IllUI The Ti InldJ rjefei phlnc GatcllnV .. %  %  % %  % %  %  %  : tht %  ONCE AQA1N i\ STOt k STRIPED SHIRTS — WITH WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS — BY — AUSTIN mi.o — AT — C.B. RICE & CO. TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF BOLTON LANE. %  %  %  N equalising, %  > Smith WU 0U1 ol UM %  foul. %  j %  win. I. M.*nl %  %  %  %  InkM %  "r. Hv I : %  I %  %  : % %  ill ll\MV.' Cricket At Hank Halt ToH&ay .ill be played I I %  Hi fl The lea Woh Waldn n, <; Bynoc C. I" I. A A. ] r (I ,| %  i D • % % % %  i. Crai V, •. Eephyi wai '-\%  I. Han Is, C. Yew eakaway. C rniet. Cj i, Bynoa, and R. Wall i i %  %  XI M Ma n.'Baiia • th %  %  ... %  third and two %  I 1 I th in Iront %  throughout In the %  i %  %  %  i ula and M %  %  Rev. C. C. Conliffe Hiiiiln/ ( *cle> k thl Carl And Oar In Accident sppotnt%  .t II -i %  : B Archdeacon i ,f the Stall llailey % % %  ; %  [tali n| r M i36u. owned and of Chrl %  St. P*ie Road, along Dayrel They'll EX> It Every Time I %  IS last 1 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT 11.mi OODUNOTON i: i %  .(.in II IIII.II Itjmtall tot munlh I ,l.n. M| HI. !. mi r-ilurr. 14-5 *'. \\ind ValacAty I mile. !•.hour i: c.i lt .iii ) :•' •>' • II I % %  It'll it islttivlmtlits~ ISimiiii'st iigibtj nt §931? Theiearchfor Barbados'Bonniest Baby of 1951 is on, and mothers are invited to enter their babies for Barbados' Bonniest Baby Contest of 1951. Barbados' Bonniest Babies are of course Cow & Gate Babies and this com petition is open to all babies fed on Cow & Gate Milk Food, the Food of Royal Babiea and the Best Milk for Babies when Natural Feeding fails. i:\nutcs fi.osi. ox s#.#*#/i#/. ./. iMf %  < C OJ 6E.T TM£ ulST 0* 9 IT ro Do IT flur : ODT - MASV O" %  OX.LECT P-ANr,WtL VA —-? TOCO THE patry <|V. IV. |imm\ llatlo ... GCr SL>flWTS %  MC \ 1 TE'J BJCfS VC GET" HCO^D SWKTS SOVET.. I ; CMl r t *v ELF TALK— %  I .* c^_ ThBSB SSLP-APfONTEJ t APfOlvT • MB ELSE XO CD THE DIRTY *K3R*.~ rill-; .BARBADOS 1 I' HIT AEROPLANE CLUB : At : I'MIMHM BEACH CLUB DANCE DWE DRINK SutlirduN. 27 thtobcr. 1951 from K.:it> p in i>rc-,% OIUSMI treo Sapper hM InsM <• to lucky winner F: %  I and HM Uaal ludi Ntai MUM J a u-n ,., IH> a,,,„„ u „, to Iwwn l Ba9 Ccntnt. 1*31. n d ta %  Co* Qt* ii.n. an d 1 tin. of %  ^ I Mrr, u. a*a. L, ih, o>ciUn of th. Bpaciai CommitVatstM AdJtM. G..ardi*n rillIN tlHK INiKl I'OKM-tTT IT OtT THE COW & GATE SILVER CHALLENGE BOWL it %  *• r • tti %  ! %  <•* a Oata tt real ob. *• %  i araar. <<• %  n> h % %  #"? % % %  %  •"' aasssi %  > MI •> %  >) • TOW a a*VM Wltk load. lh "l Mtla fr b.BW h"i s.tur.i IMaSM iii-. 4 gjasi VMi raad fr f~ %  ii ataaafN •*r. ir.iudi- II.M.I. d,hih.ri. i>a IgBsass. c.w a uai* i—d i. ..t. broiT %  A ci in.r pffaaaai .,,..,,. Ban ,ii di..> %  ni*. .1. %  u.it. SataHrii %  *" %  < HM %  aasasM staaMaa • %  rataaati sasaftaal iu aia ui liU'l VA COW A GATE ?,!i K J. B LESLIE & CO.. LTD. — *>'• ••



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M M'U -IMINIHI It Ii. mi M Mi \\ MIMK X II I'M.I II HI V SOIL MANAGEMENT IN BARBADOS MR C. H.K %  u. ilture. talked to mem SuSr •' *ln MIMtlt in Ba held its half yearly nut-tin*: .in Prides The %  '.•> cluoe cycli l large It u obviuu^ ;h.t clomr jilo..,ji ing im Uiroosjh trai'i n and him m detail. Anotf i viH be held I and l<* <>f •wein that linlBBi ear—a matted Might to bo abanduned. know for makes allowance for change* In B rainfall and vai v-body Mom RU 'iildnotrun throuch ihi-pi..bto teal undei a i the fcrarfmoorf hurriedly but should hold ano*<.< %  %  contour furrow or *'* to the batik.' It is UUs. cambered bed*—that (hey ir.et in "Where should one dig the new Id likt ior soil sampling and analysis II touch with US We IM hole'" Now at flrv i you only do our best to help lav u it would -teem to a wa* 1 ..ibifuL out in the most ndvantageoui ; • st at We ab •'.. bank only to dij the i ava!1al>:< la the liaiU'. Hut thai is what the major. ^ actuauj do ithan i %  been bum up In the past If w. : '• r,l V ','"" %  "* "" n. IhaVwe t.lr foliOW UM ntmZ UUllaa^r a long In-l period, whethe, i value %  %  hava never. %  , A, i. ,:. %  .: %  i %  I %  luaatlon of stand itnca .' mud per to be a question ol mulch. known that lilt. .. I* well "lud IN a valuable ieitil. %  Bj b] their own trash Just taming both phoaphMa an artist the I Ian are, as gen. It i> used in Aniu Ore have said is imkt. (h than PAIN CAN BE CONQUERED! (kitACf H / (onulM QUININt it it. fOURTH laajMaaMM • Tr. Quin.na V— — J Im ttocn scientifically blended — ilh i"re %  ell-proven medicines (FtnmKeiin. Caflatn* and Acett Italic/lie *c>di SO (hit t>a lour mediOM* tofetner acr. *ja*rf it.<-. Thai n .h, relieve, pam >ut. md ret lores yd H imw of **ell-r>eig ii welcomed 6/ Ooce > Gttit Britain alone M) ( %  •Md.. haadschct, toothacha, rheni .lUCt* O.cr 12.000 doer, new .pacific brings row smuiftfl tion of this raaarve | ;;,j. crop* iii dose • .nmg eloaa correlatu>n between %  ;l K2l> we should be POSM ||i aiid n *ble to exercise much vhlch ori ihi ntrol on tha appllcathM of mrable to the growth of i i loam M .>lly tor the purpose ol %  orrelation I |1 H haa baan la i the treatment. •thar?aon (ol and a %  I We aha tgaln ivhUa I I %  i unportant part S nd l Ihis „ n >hall be in position to detei%  tandard mm<1 wh thc '" "he idea is pracibla or not. The acono m k valUl of a close control o( potasli with that of any manuring i*. of course, obvious Dthai suii.ii proaucina couni to all persons connected wflh I big sugar can c growing, V/a I) || Niiraaen: • ntal tn.imi la I . : arhan Iha racotnnv n %  and thai In man) %  opinMuv IcaJ plantci<\) Aatsltealion „f ruae ; We have notieed raw that It Is a progressive >f tilth which mil... %  known, for %  oil an excellent top di-cwdny foi %  %  : i %  %  • n favourI If Mr B the a* it In your %  It) New i uluv .t,,.,, sxkniv thla Deno ra%  il i ba adjuatad I P braaaed Iha un' %  I deleitn.T;.' type and of grouping soils acf$ tern an I .op|ied soil i> good soil mniiaifenieiii, ani ii iof rse rea Ihat %  %  %  '" hoi %  t for a w< <.r iha %  %  i n %  IK IndiaN in iha %  %  %  %  /orthwhiii freighting Again In I no aaparunenUj involving Iha uat tai lal Tha tad th.it ... iHjr foils raaponaaa u %  ould rark Wa wool narnban if'l' .... n illtei ... 11m mud as fertiliser In eon* like Ui ask f.>i youi halo Wa hi pa U • we navt rhown ihi* aftarnoon ti>..i there nurah* and Deparl t I 11 than but uafortu' ..lid OUt Anani lal Umitr I it oi thai dlflkully by Incraaaing %  nou adaj in th< i leantime, we ahould Ilk) > %  %  %  Mm; "Ui %  a in. ii y< i %  bui and dent iti M thT turgenei 1 Ftveci, i, ncurilgii — ihu *ond*ridi rl.cf frorn all of thsm Too can buy it in i two-tablet •lope enougn to bring quicM relief bout of pain. Or In a handy 20-tab'et b Or m a 50-tablet bottle (lor Bj ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIR GET •ANACW TOD AY! %  Hitn at-tea un*tr i. m Dodors Pr.ive A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days >m m UKADIll .S<" %  ^1 %  igaaaa Into P* : % %  %  requin ad Utional nlti | • lUl'lllg llK.U Ahull HP iTtainh %  B'dOB Horn Minister Diet* In HA,. iattei W taki them i indotn and no attempt has been made to | importance how it la obvious that one ol 1M1 „.t ..f the rain •ibiefo the former ihcae two ophilona must ba wrung ... ... ,.;u about planti a on the and it Is for us to find out which 8 to 10 weeks after thr BrM apphviously does nm valui it as high! %  is. Either, as we in the Dcpuilcation. it. We It incut believe, sloping Mill which This doUDHl BpP I cultivated on the congn and, over a period sulphate of ammonia, u I In the. meantimi .1, soil i-,.usi.. ra, t-nd to loae their ferIt b no aaay task on the second we should like to hear yuur \iews tility u a raault, which km ol occasion, when the i it is ma raconunended pracfertility will eventually be re,, ^ ri1 ,"" f'" u :,w,n vigorously in lowered productivity mag and rotoona ..t iha .,„d paduead ylaaaa; M thay do rate of II CWl pal ion (U I QO| and m.iv |>e safely cultivated tor. to 191 cree) At certain n tha cans hoto systam Indafln., times heavier -rates ol appllca,. 0 | v And ugailli vlXher cer^ In |n ^r ^ We should like t ask those nraaanl why Uv nonla ahould ba appued th* hard wa>' as wo oall .t all In one apt %  tuitaM l T r baa timr' Wa mufhl point order off' : 7 'E nip rC *\ U Z? !' order of -i cw. ton fl5 u ^ in lne n,.pirm ,en' be|iv hc pepurttnem Indicate that to 10 acres, but U* ,s often an ,,. L ,. g^ J^R £tat M M excess of lartlli durve by being plac optimum cane ut least i cwt pn acre A .. tarn ol cambered bads occurs In August and Sept %  ith go "i .it.nii.iL5.or they a %  OUf, 11Q an ,| W ]ij ,„ | %  •!'. Ju in terms of yield ol .if left in cane holes. It is the latest -.ii.-lv necessarv to find out which Wa .%  abb Bj means of fht u true and to And it out quickly chemlenl annivsis of jroUr soil. Unfonunatol) the gradual siting: whether on extra rrrt (iion of a sloping group II soil This problem is ana which ... lonn term process, and in any arises in rannocuon with nha cane ra will <>.beneflcial irt event the comparuton of one held hob.-t.-m and should thus be of . :[ i: uw vi( .iH ,„., -„.. %  m-iahboufs Ii lak} in-'-M^' to those ol you do not hesitate to put hi lo drOWIwlleve in that svsteni It til .1) V lam. <•> Ratoon Tillage: '.limn ratoons is i e that Found "I nu r i Ua> IRGI ["OWN Si I %  i H Ulan O i hs Rica off th, %  who died .. .It Inresidence Cl I boi ,,i; Mai K 1883. ui, m the Chun b look Pa n a ma iha w< %  i India i \ In 193:t rsrdalnad t.. tha Mlnknn Christian Hkjgfffn < huri B .. %  :! %  ; %  a Bunertatandent, in b I with th Cl urch "f the N; I I'IIMIKIIIIO: JIHl Cane llutr What You Should Know About Your English A l.K you content with the way you speak and write'' Are you sure that you are not making mistakes that cause Deople lo underrate you? i Never has the importance of good English I son more widely recognised than to-day. If you rt express yourself persuasively an I forcefully | j i b ive an immense advantage m your business or professional work as well as In social life. T>oes your English enable you to appear at • -.ur best on all occasions ? Can you express your Uucntly — and correctly ? Are you sure of your pronunciation and speVUi? ? Why You Are Judged by tat Way You Speak and Write You are Judged by Your English reveals you. the ano you express yourself. Is it not a fact that you judge others by their h nrd writing? Just as you are favourably .ed hv the man who has a ready command .' eottajc t, polished and effective speech, so you reeerva an unflattering impression of the man who aa for words and is obviously uneasy about Hnslish. No matter what ability you may possess In directions, you are gravely handicapped if English is defective Every day—every rnintlhi—you run the risk of being unfavourably ,'issessed. How You Con ENGLISH in IMPROVE a Few Hours Your Why So Many Students Recommend the Effective English Course Many students say that the moderate fee charged for the Course is the best investment they have aw r made. It is not surprising therefore that numerous people enrol on the recommendation of Regent pupils. You will enjoy taking this famous Course. You will find thrt the lessons ere so fascinatingly written that the study becomes as engrossing as a recrration ftesl of all, you will have the confidence that sprints from the knowledge that you are making real prourewt with earn lesaan How You Can Study Utio Coursa in the Odd Minutes of the JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney trouble A function of the kidneys i to eliminate haiinfill impurities from the system. If the kidneys grow sluggish, these •npunUea in parucular excess acid a.. umulate and settle, and become a cause of pain and suffering in joints ar.d muscles. The way to tackle the root of the trouble is to help the kidneys. They should be toned up with De Witts Pills the medicina made specially lor this purpose De Witt's Pills have a soothing, clcanttng and antiseptic artioo on the kidneys thai y bnaga them back to perform thru %  natural funcuoa properly. Pe Witts Pills are a eery well-tried remedy. They are void all over the world and we have many letters from sufferers Idling of relief gained, after years of suffering after taking Oe Witt's Pills. They act on the kidneys quickly. Wh f them for your Uouble ? your chemist C'town Wilt Get Potable Water Supply Scheme Mi OBORGETOWM ft pt | | in. Qc s ir Charfa wooUeyi K C M.G win ornclall; decls town's pt %  i. BJ -.. SM , ( ... on Heptanabi i M, 1951 %  i i i' i %  i %  tha >.i>M For 2 Brighter. Fresher Complexion, use pjlmo'-.e ^ Soap as Doctors Advised ";t Leodmg thin ipeoahilt proved thai Polmoltve Soap con improve compleaioni in mony ayi Oily ik.n i J0 k* less oily-dull, drab skin wond.dull, hfiflhter Coorsa-lookmg skin afipsari fW i at %  > is Jm i|>iiSiii • 1 w*> .ff. J >.. so ...w. -...„. -V-ol.... HA M| -—. 3"H IsswaSBi tans Baaaaaaaaaaate irv them for your Uouble? Oi chemut and obtoiu a supply today DeWltt'iPllli %  r* %  •<• ipHl.Br fer BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMtTIC PAINS IUMRAGO SCIATICA OUR CUAMNTEE Dr Wltt't PilU are I 'nm!. n.lrr .'i i:. iTK.' 11 condiliooa |>J Ihe 'm;-'in.'. loniiif .1 pant,. all ronlnrf D.r Write now for a copy of "Word gives full details of the EffWuve ] th-it th. • %  %  %  • %  lessons can be stutiesi .•• r %  -i-day—that you le.nn just tha Hum drad to . ous rules-that you receive unstinted help throughout. You will discover that this adaptable Course fits your needs so exactly that It might hav, l-n specially planned for you. *hich nf the iced to Isc tedlDeeldi handii at > that you Manv amhitious people are srortiod because mnot depend upon their English not "letting them down." II was to meet their need thai the Regent rol planned the now world-famous Course Eft %  Engllsl Peraonal Eftlncnc\ .. %  Is quickly, concisely and interestingly, so Ihat the Improvement of your Cnglbh begins within ,i few hours. Vou are shown how to gel a bigger vocabulary. v to express your ideas neatly and attractively, • i write good letters and how to tvold errors • BJ Whatever the standard of ir English, vou cannot fail to gain benefit from %  : % % % %  • %  IOCS of your instructor. Moreover, the lessons are supplemented by a o| printed lectures on personal efficiency that %  and practical suggestions To nuote ttraea that often recurs In students' letters, atuniilaUng led %  new <'tlook on life." • The Effective English Course will equip you tha power of the right word and show you •he most of your personality and of > pportjnities in life will rid yourself of the You can do so without t costly outlay. for o free copy of MASTEBY" of I i saudj b drudgery and wllhi Write to-day UOIall I poet th. i. ,-. prospectus, addressed to The Kegent Institute (Dept. 50IUi Pa I W 8. IViguuid Don I delay. Yaur EnglUh is all-imporUnt to )ou and vou cannot afford to nrglrct It Send for th, free booklet NOW. There b DO obligation. DE WITTS PILLS for Kidney arid Bladder Troubles YOU NEED A WHJZZ .\i .,i„. t'„.• il..,, s| ., cold lak. Will/./, tabl \> HI//. 11^.•. quick ci" i ii c oUh or uifluanw -aw*-._ .. And another thing youca WHIZZ il ire ii>i. 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SL'NDAI aanaamm w mi -l NMl \IVIK \ 11 r \<.i in Mi-. TIIK MAN WHO ESCAPED GlAEKWlKYr NOTICES lT JON IIOt'1 I**-* • A ill wUt pubatio" In %  — ... tlublrwn-. books, ac, %  OlUM !•' A-MlUg IA>I.IIO(| CIITUI :ti!h WBHrj latkag ..-.•<*toitiw*t-. ut it** a %  - %  M t* emphJli. YM" EUubafhan John Gerard, a Jesuit Not v. %  a* WK a.. Naal StiaatftUd iblie t..s u-nfM' ha.aMouj . RetistaikiGroupcifli! popular books) "Trcatui* Vm II Island. Lrttk : lM d Rome m illustration*," she Myi t.* AngUt from Bov writer EiuUylami iSO i >!ewts feelingh Ho* as a country gmtfemua. Hit rnan*. witters un sub-wjuont aclivitkr* — araaChin* with %  ! %  £ •-•nceptmn of (heir ronveriinK—landed him In the rhan-ters?" Tower of London. Bui Gerard Bu: _t a Qui* org-nised by W. escaped, survived to tell bis stocy. H. Smith and Son all agreed that I Hit original manuacripl wr% lo# one book was helped bv arutt'f •-vhen Napoleon -acKed Borne Bui iottabaa4on-AUat" Ii Winder; u ITWi century copy of the manulend. ript (in Latin) is in Stony hum # One for U\e toad. Sir Robert [ Collefe Library Prom this. Bruce Lockhart has written B[ Philip Caraman ha* produced a book about whiskv He calls it. I new translation naturally—Scotch. It will be Mam*, 19. Sers#i issued In October. Sir Robert MaiDn's Theatre. London. A anew up ncjr a whisky distillery new play by Aubrey DanvarsHat #ramdparents wn dasUUm Walicer looked set for a run. Btit At the m-tment Sir Ruben is back Hitler rang the curtain up on war. in the whisky country, busy on ;>nd the curtail) down on the play, another book Hr will call Ml Heaven and Charing Cross. Now one My Europe—a subject on | I r has turned his Which he b> equal)* eiuitlerl to be lay regarded as nn outstanding in Camden Town In a hot July %  MHiorMj into a mvel. to be published this *V<*r(rf <-r>jv nffhi Resprred. autumn. —L.E.S. PART ONE ORDERS •M -c*>i t fOMskni 1*1 S4ir\i> toughing. Strangling Asthma, Bronchitis Curbed in 3 Minutes mam mmn m wmmtmm •• — * %  %  llttJ^tiifr .' % %  MX tnni S> Af Tbr S*nal PWw Maaid^y W*div>u Band pi*ciio*. .„. M M-MJ on ManSay It ir>e-v is ••* III nil pa-ad MMiSit IT %  •*! WM csnim ..II HI t* UP 11 lor tramii.a nd*i ihvii i.p(ii- M| >•• i i.r-a* II. n !•*( %  • % % %  • %  W •—*. • rva *•** i.. i. ar*ri MI i >.*• • %  B .* I M .HOIK Ml.' Nu n„n.rK.. h>n .•. • % %  •u-J — %  Ml •! ".. irird. lh.* I* <.• %  > i.>|— I it in • %  •.(.,• %  n-ilH1u<, .11,J Man IMt No 4of*m *>. %  ! % %  • M liD^llnn* %  H> .lomlm All |ny do u Ikh.to IMI* IMB il.l.-i %  mMk and tour alia. •• %  •*•> l •ar.Utl liar !% % %  In 1 inli.iil.* M.n.K. %  aklna lMusi iuf MoaS aidlnc pcamula (TH • % %  I MMMl •>••*> in. fltal nighl mo Ikal r*a>—— '•*! roars ouas anS %  tnr •• Aflhaaa lai 2 Tears ManSaca aal onl brine* •!"-*! immrtli ftsa easaS a f! aad rraa MvaiMns bu( buUda a* tfc* B)iin lo *ard off tulur* altaylia IS* I—latin. J tth-hanla Han.Ston Oot ea^ Msnty Back QaarsaM* v T* *r> ** %  < % %  >• •' Maa— i afM— rflw aa ra akta—ataa la wa H i TUW tn— m I ab taa t..T,.. .... • ,i. .-.. • ... aajaat* aamha **n *••' "avAawasaa aad •jack MBtial M...-a..i Itlca will a* Mendaco £*ta AaaA-ia* B— *i hu\c ii lull Klippl> on hand at all limes THE LOCKED PULPIT NEW YORK. pARLOCKS. each with a Nazi TIIK OLD RED HOUSE R lssIAH Antirei Gromyko atrived in America in time to %  A the Methodist Church al l^ke nnd lh( sheriff foreclosing the Charles, LtHiisiana. murtjiafc on one of his old AmeriThis Is the protest of me mini*c n homes He rented the tenM tac. ex-poratroopchapliiin WlltUm ma nsion of J. Pierpont Morjan Byrd. against what h ,„„ hf wa ^ R I;NO delegate. In sccuium" of the (own* newsltB 45 nrnni 77 Russians on<^ papers by the district ,::.-r:ie>. Uv(vd C | en cove. Long Island Grimn ll.-iwkin-. township. Is takin it over for unFor years professional gamblers ^^ tuxes. It will become n free infested niBhtcrubs ano UVnu sxhool for local children. The around Lake Charles .pop. 15..91) taxC5 wn due (rom m( own . r Tlu police winked at their activnot f rom Stalin. Minister Byrd and Kenneth CONTROLLER QUITS Dixon. manaKinn editor of Lake I IFE for a pi ice-controller in nXJ BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL TENDERS EOR Sl'PPIJES Charles American Press. organAmerica is even unhappier r 91 MID TENDERS will IK received at the Hospital i.|. I School pedals Mill) ! I * I mini it .1011*% II. TAVI.OII A SOW ITU. KxrRi .-1 1 K~ %  PEN* DRAWING B >VONS SLATF and SLA1! CHLA1 Rl LEPS an I J OOKt iJirge aasoilnieni ol Tt %  ROVA1 M %  %  %  KECK %  1 Spanish ROBERTS & CO. No. 9 HIGH STREET—DIAL 3301 ti: articles In the following lines for n perii^i of aga. month* from 1st INI:. ill FRESH HM4B (21 ALCOHOL (3) COFFINS, and proviHing HEARSF foi the burial of the I .it the Wasjtbun O mM (O PURE FRESH MILK, between HHI BJM) IM pj only. Forms fur the respective tenders will be supplied on ipf to the Sieictar> of the Genet..1 HOcffjBtl and HodaTI RffU not be entertained except the> are on forms supplied bj the General Hospital Persons icnderlnu RMUf suhmii at llw Wme of tetidemiu lertr ised People's Action, an antithan of a negotiator of fttmlfrOM ru-o other prrsoiu knouri to posses* psopertv. erj-rrssing 1'icir gambling -underfround." who-e agreements with Britain's Hoard I ..iilinpriess lo oeeome bound Friill Salad J fieUllnr BaenUy, "cells" of three visited at Hollywood. 1* giving up his gamhling houses for evidence, controls Job on October 24 to redragged in the reluctant police turn to the presidency of the and got 89 gamblers arrested. Motion Picture Association. Now Hawkins has laid charges against Dixon and four other newsNO-HIC TOWN men. He accUM them of deIJICCUP victim Jack O'Lcary. faming him and three admit!ted ** after Iwo racking years, had lamhlerv a respfte on a trip last Savi Minister Ilyrd: '"A padPhoenix. Arizona. His hiccups 'ocked pulpit follows a persecuted stopped the moment he arrived *>re** It Dixon is guilty, so am there. When he left, the started' I." He declared Ihm if the reagain. To-day he went to Phoenix porters are Jailed he will demand on another trip; the hiccups that he. too. be prosecuted. tupped as he got off the train. I application at the General Hospital 14 t 513n DPI ask for Cusson "n? I Macaroni \ Jams and Marmsladr £ Hot* A Tin, 1 Peniiii Kutirr— Hnu , < berries I i'Wthi.XS ; Huebuek Street i:,,ni. y lllbrufcs Sai Hti'lironksaner rtoHfefk*! Malted Milk \ irol M arena lie Bo v Ml Sandwich I'aalr Ham Kookeril Meal Ball, Minion | Paaa .. 0OLDEN \iinu II M DIAL "ii: %  ,\ t i %  ITS NEW IIS NEWSI ITS IIIOPIX This new and dg-Ii^htfi.l "LJITM s|H-ciatly prepare*! '1 roplo i K\ iilihl.in both Plain HI fiOc. and I Mentholated nl Kli rgfl i "I. Whrn >. HI next ntqulre .i Bm claai toOei lotion, (Unwind "Trnprv Lime ('nliii-nr" and i UV> I hi(litNiirnr M.Hilil.iiU.:..; I %  II. KM I'll MM HI II —N" 12 Sunn >I ^LUXURY TOILET I'll 'Ilm'UUTHES • UNDtN ILOSSOU HIE BYACINTI I Fool atch Cause Killed in 4 Days Pain and Itching ^ Stopped in 7 Minutes AT LAST • I II si lii-iift/ ... 2*ui.. 4-o/.. l-pl.. l-pl. OOOD m'Ai.iTv Glass Tumblers in vlrai li.'lil i; 1..l.n Bb.Ha, 2.V.. and 5llc. Ifo o. ; :".: i ^ %  ','; %  ;.' ;,.".'• %  .; ahouia iMllathai v., r. rauar % %  a trim o> tlintun and tnal y< %  a : % %  -i lie of your IrauMa uulil t< (ill ll* .-(it., or paramr. raipunalbia Ii llir lioiiDlr. Kills the Couw Onllnarr olnlmMU aa4 laqutdi can a do much rood brrtw IM;* not ftIW L kUI lha uuo.ilrini raaar al mil inmbl* r-orlimau-ly ti allaal U OMay thaat loot iro,i.i- C b i imMfSi N,.' hr prrarrwtwn 01 I •naclallal and now chtm.Xi Nliadat* u pnaiiiii Ud to and rour foot titan 1 dranuc a^iwi.9 LWI %  -f paraaNaa. and ranffui MCHJ %  '"" "I %  top lh> H-l BI.I1 a.^.1 Ilia aba Mil. iiaai. and aw oik. Gucanttad T- Ol NliaaVna In i i daa Tourarll Dial Kxil > %  %  > raiiiHI) U (• %  %  oil iirai amnuir. and l.'amiv I tlim* It IuM %  dara loiic-r Wnlr .!• thai ttr mill* ar raaaplatelT aallalarI&H and at lha and at lliM tiin* il tui" l-i an DM camplrMl rkt of thf lUhlBg, traralr,-. lawlliid. MlatMlnn lotlura Nua 4>a> n caal nollilaf (Tiidci tlila aualam-, all run ha>* lo do ia lu pul Ntaa*" %  %  I'* " ' 1 '! %  ai..llh#i : in roBiptrlalr •atlaOd In • a. maiala ratlin '-" % %  ." i' %  %  %  i % % %  %  aatt • all* r-I-ndad fi.( M.aada.-. r.. r UttBUlt Kid*) TIM %  liWanla* pita Slreel Briife"'**". H\RBMM)S In aal of ? A i n *aJ^!£l{!^ .iw Sc 5 o *** %  J, fn ^a.uma, nr, Ortob*, 1K | * a>." 0,n 3 PT' I p m a* TfS many alalli win irulad NMua> ,^4 TO,, HeuwawjJ, ? c?£ % "" """^ M %  S Thare mm Iin. Whr „ ^ FoTtuna and Lawk* Di !" w i Boy. and Glrla ^ I %  • '%  I Band wi $ Admaatar Awah. | Oioarea M COME TO THE FAIR AT HASTINGS ROCKS On SATI IIIIAY •-•Mill SI.I'l 1.11311 It Under the Dia>tinKiii.shctf PatronaRe of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage THE BARBADOS (HESS CLt'B — AND — FIRSISEASIODT(;ROIP(ST.M,CHAE L I HI ii i u.wn ix KtXMMBMSUM lions: CHII.DRRN'S FANX'Y DRESS PARADK \ .liLjilr PhxM Offpred in T firolip*. AGKS: . Years und Under S—10 Year. Old Slnlls Refrphmenls, Cakes. Sweets. Housahuld. Flowers. Books. Elc Games: Houp-la. Wheel of fortune. Bineo. Etc r.li TIME: J—7 P.M. ADMISSION : 1 — CHILDREN ic NL'RSES fid. PHONE Itiis FROM THE B. I. F. TO YOU! LADIES" EVEMM BAGS made oF Crepe, Satin and Brocade A HANDY SPECIAL from the Britiah Induitriri Fair RIDE A "HOPPER" BICYCLE /*• n nut was rorxuiiY i.i.i. HUM Park l!...„l. V. • I. I Ml 1 20 Broad .Street. I.lll. mP, HOW IS YOUR CEILING? ROOF? We have vallboard and Insulating board in all sizes and grades... We have corrugated Everlte. ilao Calvanleed-Iron sheets. Come in! A. (P&ifect' CALLS FOR A GOOD ROOF WE OFFER: COBBUOATID EVBUT1 tBKWTB 5'. '. V ir x 2' T RVBBIItOn) ROOFTKQ :H,x t CORRL'CiATEl) OAIATAMOKD SHEF.TS f/ 7' '. V, 10* x T and %  Kpaalal offer of Corrugntcd Gulvaiw't Shells fl' x "S 1 i di,', V> K i>f\ BUY BEFORE THE RAINS COME I'I\M1IHI\S I.TII. % % % % %  I BARNES a CO.. LTD 1 MRS, IIIHiSEWirc! Why not let us supply you with your requirements of . Al rmwiM SM'I EPAMS \i! |ba ( I NAUBL BAUl %  > IRON lAUCBPANa Ail Bb BUOAR I 0NTAIN1 I I i ;j COffB CONTAIN: I 5 TF\ I -N'T v.' I BOWI ,-Plaitic N


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I'W.I TWELVE SIM)\Y AI>VO< ATI SUNDAY umUBO is. i5i Scouts Render < oi..mi.nil\ Service %  ummi.It 5 %  Id people m getting the. 'thing. %  ! • s Park fni the Jamaic* Hurrleai I .carter* from V on 1 "<> pjn working in shift* %  bj irli'phniif -nd to despatch lO collect panel |i"'tUflg Ol M U during U* %  %  i;< itstratlM n r. %  atarday, •th October %  %  %  %  %  moritva i nmmMm TillF.V. | : | %  Hon M \ i | C.B.1 %  %  %  %  diKirll Ifrinnoii Siimlu Septembci Mi IMI %  re-union -t ilic 1st Gi % % % %  .. LUiOfl thi %  %  %  %  A K" | U|> of local ClIwelDa ii Head%  %  %  %  Si U mbei from 1 V. I] TWi ill ilicliiur HN.WII which will IHKIVCII l Invited Mm. J. A. Skinner. CominiseiniuB 'As a gesture to our glonous allies would youi M.ijcsty like to inspect Hie valiant workers in the factories instead of the cannoi?" i K > % %  S. -, .. i Training Days For Girl Guides u n to the bland iarjork Pcmbertnn ha^lu-M I Training days for Pair.:! leadi %  at Paa IMI. 73 atteadlni the and n th. %  aaand. Mlas I'emberton has also hud 2 TrainDaji for Outdare which were ih %  next Ti %  %  III i* held ai Si "'' %  Girli School on .SaturAt LUXURY FLIES HIGH Teenager First At Talent Show NKW YOHK '! The race to provide It* i franaatlanUe airline peaaanaen S3 ;• wax hli Ural hold-up, too, %  i -..in Ha *.. linti-l talked about cutting Haitian** aril down hucurtaBi minri dreara up • • '* %  •veil more expensive ilelu. i.. i II pete with:— CAR-AKTISTS l>an-ArtL4i>, — which ollei HKITIMII t'AR LNCilNt't RS rneola from Maxim's-In P mailer artlata Ot IhOU proSonny Morris who sang -Train parfume ind onbMi for womei In th* i U on oJ hi Wutajfeer |* and Arthur Moon d Uquor tar all M, nun of Modern Art. c ruitanc.p ; i Bboa France—which loves to ,, ,.., ,, difflcult to get off the Orvfl Gfanderoon, %  • teenager. .,! %  at the Theatre 01 I aon delighted the crowd when hi -ang the %  la afc a] B %  m on tha arhola provided much fun for the crowd which attend, ti The Hop singer. Our HV.iilf.rN Nit : I >hf niton In Thv htnml To the £dUor, : SIM I ahouidbe much obliged. I ould grant me the lav* OUi of adding my feeble rontriKmdl the first place, to thank God whole-heartedly that I was brought up under the pte-ent ayah it Of iiu>biah, that has long barn placed under the guise it to make <*ie wonder what will be the next .-onglomeration of costly folly. The old Education Board workad well It wa directed by com%  D, under the Secretarylup of Mr M T G Mabort— who knew arhet I hi %  DU immunity were. 1 may perhaps claim to know I much about Education as any %  up in lh> since my experience has been gained in th the highest and the I have conversed with %  | • vet found any one of them satisfied with the results ot I hi Of the island. In view Of this disgraceful Ntatr of affairs. I am perfectly willing to give such advice as will not merely reduce i %  %  • aspeodltura but also %  latufatctory comfition and give considerable relief to the teachers. .. n, Sir, Voura tattrwiU*, 11 P IIOYCK. MA (Oxoii; etc.. ate. Profeaaoi <>f classics and I'hilowph.v. lagton College. Coral B Worthing. %  apt 12th iasi. patrons with oBicgan opening night of the nuseoni'i mark, goose livers -automobiles as woiks •>'. .n1" The Second Prlaa s/ant to %  Western Ilhythm lloys. They and %  iin A. | Douala Smith. M A. u i H H Tile. (; > %  S i I r.. Maaari s 'i Harrison or 2 i Howa ii M .. Pollard. S Fli mmlni t %  • Mc %  < %  M I' : S im it. c Sprlngei H \ an King. Afta the prellmlnkn greetingi and inlroduo i Rev. A F Axnutrong U a short crvici l The Kesults in The Girl ( %  iiideV Fair The Girl Guides' Fair which n i held ,.i the Dull Hell on S*t-i June was an oulstandamounl i vallatd being S3.U82.3l (£642. 2s. Il|d.i V 8 af the Assbcii n. Cyril atlon .... offered to the Com| Nirnibers of the llarbadoK Regiment, the Cooi• hi.for allowing thi i' In. II:.ml to play at the Fan the Lot >il Association. the Trefoil Guild, tha %  i %  < the gate A. IS stuff i .ind unities Superb American, (eui Italian. Ihrai OarB.O.A.C. loyally aer\'va WiltM1U|| illlkl lwi> rrench. • • a steak and kidney pie, and Bret BNTBR THE rXKEP PLBBPfl tha Arm] name ft" Jeeps with wing> The first— teiigned to reconno]'.!. has Itl aii „ hour, to an 11-hour aver,,. „ „„nutes. an.' rolls n-Amencan may follow. ||itu |i( Ilt t .,, „„,,„ to • LOW baui| b tir >e Mule Train The bova me ''". "'• m Lake's Folly. Their liinmti ., Thank* %  of ManHaven Welfare Awuxii.t. .i of roui %  %  Ihanka to all those who in any way assisted in making the \ irietj Conct rl and Dunce at the iii II..ii on Pi Id y, TtJ iu taaa Tin from LakeKoll>. Their Uroing ,. Sargeant'i wmt good Aiva Arthur wh.. aang v huroh wM | l-tnf .. it greatly hy thimiigiullcent Planes are flying nWtai Ul Fiance has bought -u|'i-t'..iistellations whi. cut the flight time to Paris bv Aneio 'he thhd | tressed II ill UW friends who helped by leadership nmons youth. He remarked U for mai sd h-fi th. youna< i The ,. ,. then ninf H .1. lURta I r .. Mi Springer ltd oil the 12 discussion bj outlfnlng the aapai utlng nich ai Local Association membership, ','"^"""" SfBclaU Men I *, ., Dlpa iBroMntrvi %  I'.' tr ed Ha h tt moral Influr i. IK would eaeri i mban of tha li p Quild of All preaanl agn ed to become the tirst membt n of the loo ind %  if the Guild During the r i .li.llrlll.il ill Bununu W orkrrs GUATEMALA CITY MOta than 15.000 WOI rectlj or Indirectly cngagad In thi C>uatemalan banana industry fatthe alteriutiv. ol accepting i ''ficuing" of present wages or unemployment, Thiseiu..'i from an announcement by thi demonati i -operatic Witt, iMAY MALI. r^raafdant, I Hud Kouif MuniMi Csnte Ai'ticiVi.ia Trouble With Cimlcrellii r ,7 j —, „/ rroin an announcement bv tiiused as the guiding principles of c.^^..^, Aaricola dc Ouatemala. • n in hiuh office, he said. The nation %  > In the gup • + %  THICK IU r MtillTMNG (truck a hOUM at let ulll,h MinnaeoU, and burnen waBJ in si it down. Tbaj O-MUT ,r *d her M JT daughter went to stay wit H'I n relatives ue.nl>\. Five minute TM later ughtnln| rtruok the roof, t itatiactual dtarkaaana m pu i life which can destroy it. An, E out HIK. "Don't i alarmed. This \B s \M i* i Htick-up. Hand over row j.an ai SJ.IIBS3 K.lii.nno aUd 10 the tloor. She whispered a hoarse ansTnil I Ml I I.-ii I I .i KIM r > ., Korea are far stronger Hum beomv us „ wttuUl „ .,,. -and uravmnlora lv reduce the country's dollar Inroo in. i i turning across n cornrng traffic, the Commls-loner of POlll B Colonel H. V • old ti,.Adverate yesrday. Ha said that lt i tl,e junction of Plnji Cullodan ii" Rock and Mi.-hop's Court ould raise protiuctlon costs makMill it Dti have to for ii.i. the bai %  of these i omle, the cornpi i i -.used by r. would be forced to li dee turning country i( the wage demanda ere Iraflk i %  V/lthdrawal of tin i ited Pruit sut>sidtar%. to UH Hanana Workers' Union that ll can grant no further wage in. Kx|il..ijiiiig ih.tt aucfa struggle with President Truman i Comniuni"!'. n.I n n WILLIAMS Audtlui. NTH anothai cashier, who ANN \ OVEBBOABD rill. I.INFK I'icsUleiil Tail. out from San Ftanelieo. MHindco the "man overboard" slg"1 weal I lifeboat and picketl up t Ann. guide dog 10 I i-lind %  chOOli laaonar. Anna, frlghtanad by a J noise, had leaped over t: board rail. MORE B.W.I. OIL FOR S. AFRICA DURBAN Sept The increase in tanker cargoe* i Durban from tlv rt suit of the Persian oil dispute %  s been emphasised by the aii'ul of two tankers on the sanie iy. carrying nearly 20.000 tons of Minn—B.C.I*. %  cer conun i Lowai Coflyrnora Ighi into i uUoden Raa >. failed to wait be[ore turnlrtg. %  ,n<1 •url Hii> M,I pio.tx-.iinK tO l/* 1 -" afe t.. puss. In I ... ,.., %  vehicle arid Iherebj caused at> Id The Cornrnii i lo i aid thai i i ..lentwere cuuacd i.\ bad driving and bad manners The Police are %  npaalfng to al 1 it t an t Jan la ihti in qaanl i BUM M ...i-uients.' GIA^fT OCTOPUS TOULON. • i gdn of thi i>ot L wi %  *.i begun lot Ujpu liven refuaed :< %  k \i rdaj fter spotting or | isuallj large -p1 imen. RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain is often needless. DOLCIN. n neiv t\i> unportaal tad i in the rfaaucaatic ntnte. Thiis dmto the coordlnatod action ol new .onibmation of aalaa tifl e, quick-acting ingrada ata milt IN I,.IH-.II I.--I.-.I ihoroughly in hospitals and clinics. It i* being pr<- nU-il b) doctora mxi li has relieved the anguish of many of >our fellow sufferer* with long %  landing eases ol i..int -tirfneaa and eltrenie pom SO, yOU 000, 11%  00801 >il !-. %  DOLCIN, IBO sooner \tiur condition m.iv be empio\.-d Yet DOLCIN coeta very lull. Get it today100 prectous tablets .',',',*.-, V//.V/W//W//AV/.V///W///^///^AV^. Win. F0C.AKTY (BARBADOS) Ltd. SOLO It. -fttrntwied' ifo i^VotM (%&t VITAMINS GIVEA HEALTH-" *sr\ .U**-Jt^^Wv mA T '^ Airw.M GIVfb YOU -iQFV^ wi 1 ^ -7f^ —— /y VITAMINS -V. A %  7 AT AM AI flit %  t-* 1 ^ IALTRA] —1 ' I—' 1 A 1 i(i Onl^ iKe bcit that mousy am bop i Ut good anou|h for you ALTRA Ce—"V Ltrr O.I contains 108.000 l W Ur.it. ol L 1 V V.u lAandlOQOOi !" UnmofViu'^ roteitCU mm D per ounce Compare this vnami lt'enjlh aflrh that of inr ether tot Iher Oil and you'll Me ALTBA f... COD LIVER OIL you twiee the value. CAPSULES la H-dllcs of 100 Capsulea 5/14 High Street. IlridgeUwn. BOOKER'S (Barbado.) DRUG STORES LTD. THE BENNETT COLLEGE nil/ set you on the right course for success JUST RECEIVEDBASKET IIAI I S •Sykes Olympic' Laceless Toe mk# lure of planned prof" row let the moat progreinc Coflega in the world co $3.98 & $4.35 per pair 11 2 '..59 b.33 & 4.99 ITS TIME FOR PRINTS THE BEST TONIC fOR YOUR WARDROBk j IS THE MOST EXCITING IMI I XT YOU | CAN FIND WE HAVE JUST OPENED SOME COLOURFUL BUDGET PRICED PHI.VTS CALL AT IIM.AIII V*S AND YOU'LL FIND YOURSELF SAYING ;• •PBaVin CHARMING' YEASTVITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin Bi Ifyou want ioget QUICK RELIEF Irom PAIS, and alto to enjoy the benefits of Vitamin B, you take YEAST VITE ^J^:ct There 1 nothing cite like MAS! VITE. It IS the ONLY pain reliever which ALSO contain* the touc Vitamin B,. Don't wail— go and fet tome YLAM'A L II. Tablets now. 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PAC.F TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1951 B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES \ -i B B < Radio Notes: PoetaOf&\incent 1'iMiis^iun in "CarililH HI Vk-n • %  veint.g programme -Caribbean • %  ,1 hav e noticed that the P %  ^2"";*'!* MM h* ;,£>. IUIHN. i,'".: CIilRCH SERVICES N> AnalyWl .Si. I .. \" IT IJRtNARlrH Suh. Ml IStr. 1MI Trimly XVII %  R II Buchnrxt • %  m O-rnl Ku n Th* Addnu 11 a m M.lnv. an ? .d tow w*a* wff a* •—tmng for V-lfti a* ucUd by Rn. LBraes-Clarke Batata*. ny Mr. Olga Brown* and C C*tioar, •IM noa. %  ** KM n ml more man its expected share oC r... tMI is a m uiwikaav ctci .Mrs ami n lew month* r 1 > %  % %  ag.. II was pointed 0U1 in OM ** these programme* I ——iota *> a definitely recognizable school of %  poetry Sourishing th. %  tha prtj ,„,*£ : ^T ." riioMi .oar. cipal exponents bcin; E. McG. ; *.> m ctirMMo Thinfcin* To-da Keanc. Owen Campl Re* B WELLINGTON it. .**at UMUt 1 p n> C*mp M"it 4 1 nav U M M*at.n*PRBACHDt >r MRMT OS*** CARLTOB Nawr i.OX HBMCalUAU• J" %  m Vr V li John Ipa Rr\ R SSrCulloufri M ilITOWX-IB -n, Rr* 1 i. .ton Racvption Barvar* 1pm Ur three was brought t lion of Mr. R. B. L turer in FJuTll COHORT Of h .* wittten the nttenPage. LecUMrcntQ Indies. He ] npprecttarr nl th* 1 SUNDAY io t IH Thr N". p m BUT fcltC^UPMBl T rum SIUH-II li VMX HAIJ^-* S* a a* Mr J I i Mi J E M.M.*% • i EIClfTaTOWR—il an kwv p m Mr L B 1 BAY II %  "£-•, ir* r..:%SBrsa. T t K: : %  Mai : eiation "f th... worl .nd listenera will be able to heB£ e the atcond half of the proirammi' 'Caribbean VotCM* the m.x IT 7SHt tlrl being ii short st | Natpaul of Trinidad begins at the regular tirn. 7.15 p.m. Everest Expedition 15JI some of our reader* will a-pi'i. MiiMiM HieifMBlR II. itrncru n MAlJCriTR CMBbf I DIAMOND CORNTH M-tlhf 3 pm CW5 MWWf Oiiatn Maor* Tb Al HRR I.MONT II am Mi %  Mr C Mnllu.li mrrRicT c nrmriiT 1,1 !" Bro.ne._l pm ftappl I:*M Th* Nrwa. 4 10 Prf" ^Wrl-d.. know there u to be another at4 is p m rrom iiv t^orna^f*n^ u mp, ,o clm, B Mourn **£ J^"Tr,,:''.:'Rf .-'J this year. The le.itier will be t-ric M TC „ W m. a p m Voice .. d**j Shtpton. a veteran of three of the vtotta, p m from ih T . %  ow i %  • p n> M Krlnlne ;artlon ll %  .,. %  ,-... % %  Mr4MHtHt Rr-ila* Tm4 nAi'ii-i _IOKAVIAM Et-mM Beww*; w-**-r: %  > T C %  Bjajv n 'IRATE Hn^ II ) %  Mw i.lPtt BarMi r EvmlnR BfTi*i PrMeNw:' M*. B. %  ; Han.ri'INBTK Ham Mnmim Beeftet PnathrrMr C Gn*n; P"i Evbt laktr. -. .. i>r.ici.i Mr O WeehMIh J.imalr MONTO Art 111.1 MM U I Ml T Q Down**. T_p • E\*niiia Btrvlc*. *watr>*T R*v mm corded discussion will be broad. m tntaiua*. %  *s KdiiuiMili. • p m Pror a*t by the BBC in the con week and in it Eric ShlptOfl describe the cOUrM In* i-xpedi' Duii lion will t.ik, 1* likely to meet The ascent, expected to start abor Septe-nner to the first attempt to climb Everest from the outhwe: and Ih* first to be tried In winter. The bmndrast v. ill I.. at 7 15 p.m. i>n FrTBay. 21st inst. but cnlv on the beams of the COS and not on those rvhlch, John 10 p in tnirrludr 10 ._ \\t Bar>4. 10 44 p o. Bclvoc* Rr\ i#i* f n 1 PROI.RAMMV I SCPTEMBEtt H. 1*31 pt-10 p.m. N'* BV-10 p m Canadian CMonlcl*. n Mo 14 tO M Footslogger Incomes Over $5,000 Pay $5 Million Taxes iProm Our Own Corrvtpnndnili %  %  %  %  — ~ GEOnGETOWN. Sept 12 lM8t I fill III OX GlV€ Increase in the Staff of the Income Tax Department mean* %  efficiency." The Commissioner of Income Tax kn his report to Government laid great emphasis i>n this subject and cornmeiitlnii the report at the Statutory Colds, Coughs, PH0SFERINE for more confidence! If lack of coaaadaRcc •rarrics you and you feel rjpad and deprcaaed Ihrouajb oeerwoek remember bow I -cry useful PHOSFERINfc has been J to other* m a similar state. ft docs you good in two ways — you rub It on and you breathe it In! For quick, sure relief rub THERMOGENf Medicated Rub all over your chest, throat, and back. It* healing warmth relieve* congestion, and breathing the pleasant medicinal vapour It gtvat off clears nose, throat, and lungi. DOUBLE-ACTION THERM0GENE MEDICATED RUB In big glass Jars and handy dandy Tins PHOSr^Rn^maybehistYrhat you need to put back strength and energy. HHOSFERINE soon revives the appetite and, in so doing, it revives keenness for work, for enterprise. PHOSFBJUNE helps to build up staying power—gives you reserve of patience and goodwill when you need them most. Try this grand took today, la faquid or tablet form, a Tablets at i'HOSFERINB aqua) to drop*. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS * ni)Mlll, 0 %  > %  !. I*f.nl.. Si n) II, mt f %  InfW.... Cultural Mission Big Welcome .SUIIIIMV gav WALKER NO. 1 in Aimi for the haW-hour between 7 IS %  '"> Truman He ia fmiious for Mtcluig of the Georgetown Chu... and 7.45 gan earry the West ^ %  •""t out White House corfc, of ComniCT C( vice 1-resident A aV aiianand B2S *TZ^l^ SS^S on 1 &&*%£ -> r* ^ *" nWd wt ^ bSned S?rec^o 5 us* h, c e .n n S mb.e, So when he announced £ -he Ch picked u,> clearlv on 9.51 or 6.11 " napecUon tour of the Kansas in* lor the *ame thing for me^cvclU in the 31 r 49 metre "'"^ nr £f n Wpd ," te ^ J ,,cy l,umbCr ot yca "ST asked: "Plane or car?" The President said he would vaalk. From Wavelength Chiinges the correspondents In unison — a Listeners ihould now that as lmu n'l-an. (rom Sunday. 9th n.l fear* ^^ has been a change in the be It) this ana. After the W< iV Uval of Music and Ur.tm.i Indies halfhour—7.15 to 7.45 pm fOK OuM) s/ewfcl the Athens -if tli.—arhier iv on 11.71 and Ml WortlV baa Man wMi fa Mj | gsajfjBcycUg m the '2i< and ill t-i-'l drsM of Ilatis. flowers and met re band) the former will elOM floodlighting. In the coming week iFraSl *>in U" Cn*iion*l*i i.f.DitUfcJUWft, aept Thousands of East li H big welcome t Missionaries, Swsmi leader of tue India: man and Swsmi I Bhramocliari Itajkn^.i.... PMT *J I t.iy. rho will be spending sonic •._ 4.*.~i~_.. __ lecture time in the Colony on tour. Mr. Patac U'Aguiar, Managing ThOJ were met at Atkinson airDirvctor of ktaasTS. li'Aguiai I""' by a Keceplion CommltUe Bros.. Ltd.. ui his rcmarka said he-ni.-d by Hickram the Hon. Dr. that one thing which struck him 'H Singh, O.B.E.. and after a very forcefully in the Report was garlandini ceremony proceeded to Hat on rough calculation he Georgetown at the hOMd of a ...rkeo out that Bll per cent, of motor car .aval.adi whn-n im-ludthe taxes, more than *a million, *<* ear ntted with loudspeaker. was paid by people and companies ""d rendering Ba with incomes over $5,000. There n th wa V ,0 hr Cllv they made comuarue* and ,our u,p l l c w '"nal weland its plan • WynfOrd Vailgnan Thomas who Jt j ( ,t ?dj indivlauauT"* it""is om *' D v '"*' Ea "' Indian Comby a beam on 6.195 megacycle., was an observer of m.uiy tvant 1 UdannubUlo conclude thul those 1 n 'l ,e "h th< Ea' 1 Bank of the 411.43 metres. This latter will at the Edinburgh Festival, will h w contributed HO per cent of the ,h rnen,ra Rlvpr Al1 alOMJ the continue, along—with that OB SMI Uk back on the Festival illusIncomr Tax, or rough)v uUiut ,ule Eus Indlaji tamluM BBjthmegacycles. 31.32 metre, until (rating with recording som c of one-quarter of the total" revenue ^,,,, *' ,nclr houM gll''ries to the .lose down at 11.00 p.m. landing moments—an emgf the Colony out of a population "* %  ?* **** visitors while others barrassment of riches. The proof 400.000 Mr. O'Aguiai added K'hered at the corner place fbj gramme will i* broadcast by the that it showed a very urgent need %  H* 1 o rov e dlrectlt to BBC on Tuesday next, 18th inst. for more production and more industries in the CoUaiy Edinburgh Fesitival Edinburgh is now romm 0*end of her Fifth IntcrnatrOnbeginning"at lOJS'a.ni! visitors drove \ Hindu Temple In Kitty. East Demerarn. where another large crowd awaited them. 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TACK mm si Mill tl.WK ITS Sl'VDAY, SEPTF.MBF.R lfc. 193! %  V/( <) /jrMa La* 1.1. II. Ml WHS Sill. I III. I'm all for Eno's lt handover! 1 Iverisb? Tike J |kH >i BHO*S Fruit salt ". The % %  i NO'S fashcoa iiiv. Male mouth I'jnishinc 111 trace 0( !ui. '.>..-, I \o s h) %  (Hale laxative tad %  mild antacid, li mi,nnno t'lUubcr's Sail, 00 BptOCD ^-IJI-S. Keep youf Fnill Soil bj you—and take it regularly. That's the way to keep in, day by day, all the year round. .—. iist-M Eno's Fruit Salt* 17' MM V IIIOMMSNDI 0 1ml i H h i i. i : \ H ACTION lb. .j', n K 111 \l>\ tu UVHUAHM •fcaVJs/" BIHOISM..SS. HIMtlHINS. %  aafta fcaatfMJt* i:. v. \. will I VMS' SE1 ECT10> IS M UNAGEA PQPULAfl Water Polo \**'n. Joins Wurltl ISIHIY 5th Series Cricket CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT The Jester II, Embers and Best Wishes its a & comis %  %  %  %  For Good Shooting .... There li no better general purpose cartridge than Eley 'Grand Prix* It ii waterresisting, hard-htiilng. and unfailing'. Supplied In 12 gauge 2$' length w.ih I 116 oz. or li oz. loadi and In other g.luges ELEY-KYNOCH WATER-RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES •GRANDMIX" "GASTIGHT" -MAXIMUM" "ALPHAMAX" Factory Rrpnwnuum : T. GEOOES GRANT LTD. Trlnldul. Jamaica. Bimih Guam. Barbados .IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD ion LONDON Games Begin I the day ea lha Fifth %  terday. %  A'anderers t rail %  al KMPIBE vi t \i;;.i i > . iplrr < .iit.m (far i uki>i %  'i M run.-. irted .a (UM pjn .. Hit boos WKkl his team eoald ....... i,.i.. u itack li>t '" % %  ... %  nded. tl rd n-iglit By HI H Ik 11. i three-; A FEW weeks ago when I wrote about trie Jamaican filly Ember* I did 004 •0X00 before me to consult lb thea the Jam ..lean racing annual has come to ha mi and I am able to trace not onl> I ding but her perforn I Entitled "The Rai Ing Year in Jamaica" the book also has In some useful information of the %  ;.nces of Foot Mark and Mark olds and is altogether very interesting. H %  i \ \ HI iua r.irlri %  I D ball hun thai he alvv i ml against him. W iIllV I Howi \, r, he has friends ( 11 runs. N s i. .. •..men could not reannual, b pm pushing the ball tsandl 'it the School Boy* rare oui caught. %  %  I .... i M nurd in UM Coo luncheon OUI u.u not Uke a wicket. In hat duggeu > Maik out I ft half sister to Antl Diem wh :!.e ripe age of 7 or $. Embers did well .is a two-year-old but was beaten on several occasions by trie fili ftbte mate Paris, and as a ivsult of this 1 the third best lam jQQl flirt in Jamaica in lt*5(J Incidentally Paris, who ll now so badly off form in Ti beat Had Una, uqre the Jamaican I he left Jamaiea befoie be had a final test with All Smiles and on these grounds some mlghi even regard him as the best, l %  %  a great deal for after seeing Pai. i I m Trinidad last Christmas 1 was convinced that he was a very good hi.rse I am therefore not alone in thinking so and wo can imagine what a sorry state he must be in If ne is now bag Oaf as Flame Flower I furlongs. %  47 inn out. Iff J2S !" **. 11 £ A 5 t u[ UM bowling anu %  I bu1 %  Klnj and U i %  %  %  RAIIIM, i NO ...el i,, o tea m can %  M 4i m 31 M> in net t MSS I as II H %  4 ... I M II IS ;., 4. has Just left Harrison ( if NorvJ %  and o|T-ii" %  %  %  down lui one i | rODI Kink and all .. nunihoi 11 ui>„ %  n,. : lad I : got good ^upi" who got i.i run From what I can gather about En. t-old career in Jamaica she continued I I tlridle for the first S months to All Smilewho ti-iK among ntner races the Jamaiea Guineas of a mile and rUttiBnen In hoi itnOM After that Embers then • i ..f lha two l>v taking the Jamaica Oaks, in which and then going on to beat the latter ni UM Derby From this we may %  .,-.: thai whatovaf happens before the Ml December, the one certainty is that Embtrwill be th) In the race. This is easily deduced from DV Oftka and Derby are races of a Jonger hare or in Trinidad for any class. To and the Derby the traditional 14 miles. mile and 130 yards. 3* i 70 i m i 7 I ass it i) H U 1 10 2V, || , n II VI* I, M II 1M n H V i *• <• l 10 11 SO • Bt il i! u as 7 IIH n n a %  a M is l3 II ij" II is %  \ 1 ""on Inter nation %  Apia, rtingbody li the first of) %  I bodi T 1 OWmpl. ; i ; i ::, i |. %  %  [hut you will cd and rcgulationi %  %  for Embers being the best stayer on the list for ten made an eighth lhi Trinidad Derby does not necessarily make bOf Use one with the [94 rUB S i UM VOW laet that the Derby will only be when collapse of thi mile Bad IM yards wUI make it a far more open event than if It oca, I thii tot the following reasons: the Jafttai iiroJI >o far is 7| furlongs. Best Wishes' 9 furlongs, EmBare' l| miles, Paris' 0 furlongs, Bring thorn jii together, over the mile and %  ciistanie of Uw Derby and, ergo, you have the race <>t* the V.M.P.C. va, COLLEGE esvtury. Th:it i Bdrolt %  ed olution which eaua 1 PC 60 and (for S Wfcts) M bftV) • | | %  •' %  thoughts contemplating the %t different ways In which Uw race nUaM be run with all ii"*uuingin Korded one Anal q on the post. Hut there is. no doubt i M i' 1 th> . much Left tor the IMrddad Ijerbj to paeva. %  may. Thv First ot all U* lei II, who ll Still the favourite. B> lad B | tin. s %  lark li.iid. tin* geidiiiK is. oil brooding ftlooa ono ball did Iwoo stamina pob %  I Champion sire though lay and only he maj be, llorra Hark baa nol bean oui hen long enough for tt i VMi't %  i' said whether be Is batter at siring .sprinters or stayers, in rat innings tact it seems to fl a pao dad largely on what : tnatOd With and In that way it might be said that Brat to occupy the be has no definite propensity for producing offspring either in One proved* the t tlt 'K l>t >' "' "" %  other. Ilus means that a lot must depend on Tha f th* day. H< lLI F" dain lh > respect weJiave the example of his faalt,, :.., >, y |( f/uu j. lunar lloaamary and of her it can definitely be said that a mile and out of a first innings total of flti. iHstan-'e is the extant of bat eapaatUtiea, Nor is this in very gck..l batsnuin company. helaaau Austin ** wc also have lhe example of The Jester ll racing over UM .ike It added 24 rung In:l •"" l ll VSdl ol tin: Darby course with the same Rosen. caught in Hope l( %  '"J barely scraping home, it might be taken as cut and dried that we will know what be is going to do. Hut it is not as simple %  POr < l Dions, •>penIhat, For one llmig The Joater 11 will be six months older when he I.. ianj down mi., i eoee to run In the Darby, [or anothoi be will be carrying more wotghl :.\ WiCkatl tho Derby than he did when he beat ltcnemary by a short bean. Ho bDWled four We have Uv reforo to Bad aril has made the improVLIdens. gad M roent which some do when racing over distances in the latter monti %  %  %  Harrison t ..n.,.. ,.dv "> lw s.res %  ..:: %  m] %  %  %  CbOOD ml. :R for 3. Oil %  i klj in %  %  out. I ..ins, bu. "Bo .. I M L took ln %  : II It time I Kmy the score (, to 58, Lucas being ill* gl ad i ^ of tho v.ii Wishes are much better than Rosemary. 87 luns. C. Blackmail 11 and a partnerNext will Embers have the speed to outfoot Thv Jester If and u.i Worm* Boot Wish* port ol and particularly so at the kdded 14 onlah? If we are to judge from her performauees m Jamaica un> the >nl> p other jraftj 11 WOUld SO" :i %  lliat An Smiles a filiy whom 1 gather has a Stride bal in HI to roaofa double figures, much like Best Wishes, was' too nui.h far her over o distance almost the same as the Trinidad Derby. It was only when it came to the V H P.C bowled only three x ti.. half mile 111 tin: Derby in l Embers' stamina enabled her to get were It. Austin. ,n lOTTM with All Smiles who led (Or the first mil, ftDd ft quartet. I. Buike and E. Brankor. Branher As The Je:-i,ili .,nu U.--. Wj ,. hown that they were, at twoi overs and live jears-uld. equally as n—-l < against All Smil eon that Embers Austin, giviiut dose not OCCUpy tha position of superiority which Fool Mark 00 iKiloiiiiajne. took mei h. %  Loii'.eiiiporai m a Ian he came down to Trinidad for the Deri 13 in 11 overs, three of but year. In etlect the Trinidad Dc-rby shuuld be the race to deciO" whuh were maidens. Burke sent which is U In lhi Whole ol the B.W.I. I overs and claimed three Thirdly, we have BOB! Wisher*. Her perform.on.,in the V M P.C In their second veilGuineas and her recent triumph In the Barbados Derby have given far 20 runs for the MbnJta mldable over anything between U Green?\t and U furlongs. On breeding, too. her stamina potential is aroun.l H. WB I. are the thai distance if we are to judge by her brothers and sisters who num%  • ', %  %  bfttansOD Pol COIIOSM I OT SU< h U Ti rantO froei d in England), Genghis Khan, St. Merit/ Aii mo Lodj batsftoen [on Mi n. dloy took UM three wlcksns and Bow Belli In fact, Beat Wuhes' Derby was vary reraJ&lecent ot la.nwui-.j, mm UM Spariii two of wl lenghls Khans parlorrnanoe when he defeated Infusion and Don Artuio in the B.T.C. StakM Of ftfarch ItHH. In each case they led LODGE in SPARTAN [thou-J . lion from Sal in day. iwlej i D i %  L, iHan .... iii brisk U baa oi lout waketj. llowliin. ' l "" k four wickets for id runs durinj "','.'"" down four maidt ru I. I ban i pgan .-xi-Jiiirigmg yearly visits with l %  %  I I id %  %  is at present d h % % %  .>.. -ii. 1 %  irbados W itei %  Olympics would cori nt sea-bathing tl • i ., % %  lood u l %  / fhcuity m negotiating the sparatTack on Jhe wlcta team in UM .II ii tinu team was 41 for the lot six. i to be ihe hero roar wlckoi for 4L' mns. %  for the day with Mi H live fours POLICE ve. i 0MBI KMi R| With only 110 -ible on %  %  Pickwick Vs W ancicrcrs NO PLAY there wag bttlllani .rid the n wicket oral ilnn. there %  | in the v. %  .! % %  First DiFixlure which was ' was in a sodden odlUon due to • i. ,M %  k and earKi.ininB. %  i Uve tieiits and In each thore wore two (lielloiiaee. the last coming whun Holder had droppeil his hands. In each case they found something extra to pull out. although to all appearances they seemed dy to collapse. That I < ill the indelible mark of stamina. A* I lest Wishes obviously has more speed than Genghis Khan, it establu th CQ bar quality and it is to t>e expected that a mile and 130 yards should be her pet distance. Lastly, whal I ..r about Paris.' The feeltoig continue.• to sneak around me that this colt is going to turn up for the Detby is fit as n fiddle. Then we might well be in (Or the surprise of our Ivoft, N rachoa without Cross Roads who Is now in a similar position. Come what may. the Derby of 1951 will be worth seeing. GALVANISED PIPES r-u ,, -2" %  2 &f CITY GARAGE TRADING Co.. LTD. VICTORIA STREET D0WD1NG ESTATES & TRADING CO, (ICKSTCIN BROS. TYMiES BY aVyiliwVer GET YOUR rlEQUIREMENTS fO-DAY rouowmo sasa n STOCK .. CARS .. .. TRUCKS .. IN \ IN K X 6 — 700 X Ztt %  ? %  M 34 x 7 -750 x 20 401) fig v 1 %  1 . ." ^ 1 | . TRACTOR .. t-oii \ IB T.M) t>M x | W I H IN x te 1125 X 28. 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