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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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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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King Is Ready
For Operation

Special Prayers Will
Be Said Today For Him

LONDON, September 22.
FIVE of King George’s doctors completed the
arrangements today for the operation on his
lung while expressions of sympathy, hope and
prayer poured into London from the whole world.

The operation is still expected to take place this}
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—_ B’dos 309 For

Against b. G.

- Marshall 95 Not Out

O. 8S. COPPIN

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 22.

"| WO wicket partnerships, each yielding more
than 100 runs, stood Barbados in good stead

todey when winning the toss in the first day of the

i Test with British Guiana. They put up 309

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last night’s bulletin that it would be in the “near Pr F ptind BMY
future’’, was forthcoming. Barbados 1 nit fi I
Palace sources disclosed after the doctors had been at seer Tee aiioe ae Cane ie dy,
Buckingham Palace for three hours that no operation would pu 8 for t fis wie The fogs ‘and butteeRs of al
be performed this morning. Physicians saw the King—their Af clock f small boy were found in
sixth visit since Wednesday—and examined him. Some doc- al re a uf canefiela i Sone — -
m i » palace after > consultation to prepare I k qn riday olor
tors remained in the palace after the consul o} t } MT. Michetyy, Commissi
apparatus in the special room as an operating theatre n0 of Police, tald the :
rincess Elizabeth 25-year-old : : that these Dar
heiress presumptive to the British , lay 9 ‘ar 62, V , i
hia ) rime 32, W with the deseri
throne spent anxious hours Satur- SYMPATHY WITH id Pr 5, plave in : oa “fre .
two-year-old Jeffrey Boyce
day mperal, Gahdred yards away} ROYAL FAMILY M individ | commendab! who was reported missing
oly sean Weer oe a His Excellency the Governor h A small crowd of from home on Wednesday
ga re for a major operation on} cent the follow gram to the ‘ Tay |e nd Hunte ¢ morning.
a Sees ‘ Secretary of State for the Colo- Barbados Innings, Gaskin boy For the past few days the
, ”, » gg oO ive ] hy .
Sea Voyage Cancelled | nied | ing to two leg slips and Police Dogs, Rip and Peggy,
Her Husband Prince Philip ‘On behalf of the people | square leg with one wic have been working on the
Duke of Edinburgh was at he Barbados I wish to express ou on the off side and a case and they are carrying
side at Clarence House, their} jeep concern at the news of the down a maiden over Tay! out their duties efficiently.
rambling cream coloured regenc ilines His Majesty the King| who was comfortable and watche} The Commissioner said:
style town home. Their two} and our respectful and sincere | the inswingers pass harmles: “They have been of great
children Prince Charles aged tw ympathy with the Royal Family | past his pad assistance.”
years ‘and ten months ans in their anxiety We earnestly | Hunte took an uppish— sin Teresa Boyce, mother of
Princess Anne aged 13 mont! Keune me ee Pa) “ | t | I a , oe i
were far away in Scotland Dig aor is, Meaty & SESH? | on Camat ne Jeffrey Boyce, reported him
‘ale ae Se Pegg alae rage apg and complete recover; - CHAMBERLAIN BRIDGE looking ‘orth from Fairchild Street with ———--———— over and faced Gaskin Hunt missing from her home at
; 2 > t e iz
better Elisabeth ween tt Rar peat tine clock tower and Public Buildings in the background, experienced than Taylor, Cove, St. Lucy, on Wednes-
r Za ; j ave sper “ 7 wes = * 4 » ot 4 y, 7 P
the day Toes sca * irk ; ° x | From All Quarters: [_ Photo » by c harle s Prescod. | Govt. Fails i Bid |: bured into lea too far forwa day afternoon, She left him
En angements to we by | Russia f ears 9 as a Ti O l rie coe ne per & do} bome for 15 minutes and
n - sail ) 4 Camacho at short yhen she returned he was
Empress of France to Canada a | , | oO aw when she returned he wi
Se ees Sirength OF | Son, tan, Communisi Planes: wflarso ma |]
aie ars eee od 7 ad | Y . ook simple in B
Their sea voyage ha bee. r wig | 2 >, >Fe . . Communism I tost Phi f wie { .
cancelled. u“ Pp ape r ihttis | | ei ie that :
The Royal couple now plan — 7 +7 j Z m me Hoar nd tht ’ °
sain BF cians on Metis to mart ations QUEEC, Se1 ® £ | In Australia not yet complet Churchill Is
North American tour on schedul { Fremier Maurice Luppiessi e ] r ar } He j 1 |
; " ane ne . I » of / . z - SYDNEY, September, 22 ’ t lete th |
in Quebec, October 2. eee iced the re-opening of lormei | } odo : art ~/} ad
—frearson | 1€ pul } s whi Government leaders conced: ove } t Ly’
guebec pulp pape milis whl | - é 8 ¢ reartenimeg ce
Special Prayers | r {have been idle at Chicoutimi fo defeat early today in the refere: 1 it lun 12
: ' OTTAWA, Sept. 22. : a : |
The Archbishop of Cant : Ty the | past 20 years, Dupples tola A tt dum designed to outlaw Commu , excellent ¢ avs tt ee
vely Nort At Treat : ¥t f ; ; ™ -
promised the King that spec ial Org ates ene ake _ S cleaned "tn He Contrerence = tna Wiilla nm wn - ac hism in Australia. Mounting 1 » whi Tay! ee y 7
prayers would be offered tomorrow|puild an Atlantic community | 5 1 of New York had met hin — showed the Governmen' a full toss later | RS OT oe I : eee 22
at Church of England services. without any slackening in the de-|today on behalf of American in- By GENE SYMMONDS trailing the Leftist opposition by mundary | ee started his election cam-~
It is understood no set prayer] fence effort, External: Affairs Min- |terests who were ready to opel TOKYO Sept. 22 152,000 votes and the Liberal Pa Ball Unfit i oe a me k oes aera
was issued; but the Bishop of Lon-!ister Lester B. Pearson said last > the mills. . WIT] D 2 naida : a . oe. ity leader Lyle Moore said, “Th: ; ene key partisan politician in
4on recommended one from the| | night. Train Wreck.—The death toll i CC )MMUNIST PLAN "S raided the peacetime Korean cap! |people have spoken.” “We will} Att eight ver bet the Seat nas , wala a yey ee
Order for the Visitation of the} Speaking over C.B.C, network, | yesterday's Liverpool express tra tal of Seoul early on Sunday, as the Communists stepped | abide by their will.” | bowled, umpire Me Intyre. Surre 2 uss vention of the se ot-
Sick. _ {the new President of the North | wreck reached 13 today with up their aerial warfare over Korea. A dispatch from Seoul} Another Liberal, Defense Pro-!ind England wicket-keeper whi |cheers when he. sald that. the
Tf reads: “0 ans of 7 eave aa pat fon hath bated ar a ae eee for injurie said that several Communist tenes came down the Han vara tors oe ee | giv | : Ppp Gutens on a coach-| nation would not give Churchill
an essing, benold, visit and re-| 9€e" | eae & oF The express plunged over an re ‘ ~ . é ie people o ustralia huvy us igaAgemen pronounere “blank check” to take as .
iieve thia ‘Lhy servant George our} "setting stronger.” ete eebn neu abeeiee River over the Bouse cnesee capital and ‘hes dropped one gambled” away “their security. +} ball unfit for play, as it- had lo entatateation iten ¢ ow rn the
King. Look upon him with the nia Comair eibenatee now attack |i) the rails, Emergency gangs|, 0% two bombs on Kimpo airfield with no damage. — “The people have spoken” Har-|#hape. A new one was requisi-|stiuetive policy whatsoever
eyes of Thy mercy, give him com- this gro wing streng ao Lad fi worked, under floodlight through- Air raid sirens sounded in Seoul | prison added, “but I never in the {tioned, and the players, especiall Churchill came to London today
fort and sure confidence in Thee. ! aa aes they do so erry nee out the night, searching the wreck- ? at 12.50 a.m. and the all clear came | last 20 years heard such lying at Gaskin, crowded — aroun witl » confer. with this “shadow bi
‘ : . cause our strength and unity ise 5 See > as lk * ' , a? regretf 6o a ; 7 Sue S “shé y cabi-
Defend him from the danger of ts their ” 7 pat four ee “ |age for other possible victims: ADVOCATE JCA pee Fn nl ay = eee ae confusing statements made to the : rs ful I OKs WwW hile . Pune ‘t’ on party strategy Attlee
the enemy and keep him in per-; "7, 4 few months Eisenhower’s| U.S. Legate—Truman nominated taut ra ie al weer °8 | electors.” ware a bubbed' of ’ sid that Churchill was “always
petual peace and safety, through Atlantic force will forma far|fletcher Warren today Ambassa- tha bf re ; : ; | The Liberal Party is the leac es ( core j {f he i es ;
SUT es ' r a é re t ggest of the war. In the past 4 nace ) fl bowli c Lire
Jesus Christ our Lord. roe | trom weak shield agajnst aggres-;dor to Venezuela The diplomat RELIEF FUND lone raiders have appeared pe ong iember of the coalition whic! ing on Se forth. ti ao iseertid re i Sa ata e
—U.E. sion f _ | will succeed Norman Armour wh¢ THE FUND only crept for- the capital but the scale of this| S4UPPorts the Prime Minister Rob er who , } ‘ USATY ae leaders of opposition
| “He cited the decision to begin resigned ward yesterday, There is yot ittack was believed to hint at - G. Menzies’ Conservative Catt ffbreak Be i ind’ never have IT known anybody
+ . e planning for a closer non-military Two Killed. — o en were ‘ much to be done, and those bigger attacks to come. et. With an estimated 71 per} tur er, a eanbd [Fs “ehh f or co party-mad than
U.K. Re ects CO-opeEeh an a ee, ‘the killed and some pas rs trapped who permitted the earlier fhe night attack was followed cent. of the votes in, the standin jul omfortable to Ga sey aa aaa ve
portant. ; He also me i Be ( te temporarily in a ced car “ »pportunities to slip by can by one of the biggest air battles | Was for outlawing Commur in * himself off ( Ae : a UP
is s j decision se ‘ ur tn r an day when two sit trains now correct their error by ot the war en Saturday when 120{ 1,291,000; against 1,443,000 irthern end ifter dy | Se aoe
ranian | ote Greece mt a ‘ the Ationti = e sat Chicago collided on a ground le ve | doing their bit now; it is more American and Russian built jet: —=i,P; pell of 74 1
munity f Beni 9 ¥ Weeporient Pewee track near suburban Maywood At} badly needed than ever. clashed above North Korea. Three | I in Wight. anoth ght The “ADVOCATE”
° : Dee att nae ; least fe ons have been hos-} of the 85 Co ist jets in action | . ! ‘ owler t ‘ ae
On Oil Issue and its purpose was “to = [tes ili oa en aia ie e | es tran j ARE YOU WILLING? were damaans Nose of the 34| ps 000 Chi R I ; ; i ; t + | ith pays for NEWS
war. —U.P. + ater a > Hog a . ¢ 15 ‘ » < ; ; 2
- Sentence. — Nosratollah! American planes was hit in the 25 |e. ujre » { ( { iforth cam« ( _
Ns 99 dames shee onc etahon 16 sakanas Start the day right tomor minutes battle,. : Se cas t 1orthern ¢ id. Taylo t Dial 3113
LONDON, Sept. 22. i caked ‘the late -Pi@mier Razmara row by visiting one of the Central i ront ‘Go Into I d -C hi hortish offbreak on the vad i *
A Foreign Office spokesman said Rid ed Pl ro Cs dee, ae Minister Dr. Hamid banks or the office of this Act ' i ndo-Unina Ow ait amie bh: 48 ; Day or Night
that the British Government has 1 sway ais and Education Minister Dr aye O newspaper, and leaving a ction on the central front slow~ oe ae Se "
rejected a new note from Iran ret Zangeneh, was today sente Sere ‘i | donation. ed considerably with only four | TAIPEH, Formosa, Sept , @ On Page 5
Ds ; : ; aaeiots id & - death by a criminal court here mt, prev. ack $11,242.67 Allied patrols moving out into| Chinese Nationalist tell ao Ligh
containing proposals concerning I oO Delay Talks GWorl's lawyers: anpesied ‘against! ae eee ten ae Peter tetiits icoe ‘leetorte ain onalti int e i
the bitter oil nationalization dis- ¢ PI Blectrie: Gb. Pur st inist territory. Three of the | I aid that two mor
ute He said that the Iranian LOR YO, Sept.22, | the sentence ‘ | Wavkevs «7 5.00 patrols headed northwest of}/Mments totalling 5,000 | Chin
Paani aan oy alate heeba nated Peiping radio alleged today - that Oil Dispute. Vice Premier} da Kumhwa and the fourth probed!Communist “volunteer h Mot fr ve i}
Sd edhe. SRA as + nrovide any | Ridgway planned to impose “new Hosein Fatem iid on Saturday ie 6.00 Red positions northeast of the .™eved into Indo-China to sup) \ | Cai ») lave
Mossadegh “does not provi any ¢ +1 that Iran still hope for a “solution M. E Lt vihieas ine ; in wh Yhe impending Communist off
basis on which negotiations could] “* nditions” to delay the resump- | Pa in ll nope r . EB 100 former iron triangle city. eek coed > i “lei , |
ne TY B The Ir G rn ‘ o~ the Kaesong cease-fire; the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute 4G 1.00 North-Northeast of Kumhwa nS Peers whe ree
be resumed. The [raman Govern- hat tha te iit hes General Chong Tien, Ct =, »
: Naina sntormied.” The brief broadeast indicated Fe it hat the “door” to ne- G'S. ¢ 1,00 Allied artillery knocked out Com- | representative ¢ Qy iy Xess
ment Pee On ee eee >» Reds were getting anxious iations with the British w = munist self-propelled guns. Thi ta a aeeone o the Commi otid bt U
. Teheran \ Hee Primier Hose | the Supreme Unite d stil open and the Government ae be was the first time a Red self-pro a guerilla eS in I
Fatemi saiq today that Iran sti Ae AEST udving solve ‘the oil dispute 7 and a staff of 50 accompar
hopes for penn Irani wn oil di pute Hey" to their invitation to re- ee | een on the central front although | Nationalist Defense Minist :
ae Ve = ; armistice negotiations zs | everal unrevealed reports have|that the Chinese Red
said the door to negotiation it ie heliaf here. aes wert wy 'B.G. OPENS TECHNICAL bi i 1a 1 linese Rev id a,
the British was still open Thi Pe nia th r Ric way might CHINESE REDS PUSH | INSTITUTE been made in recent week ped the movement of troo " “3
action he said will be “the final ain ES me = ns hich AHEAD WITH RAILWAY | : Ot vo Only one United Nations patrolithe coa stal provinces of Chekiar mt ,
step by Government nd the re 4 a ere . R si 7 Ease HONG KONG, Sept. 22 | GEORGETOWN, Sept. 22. reached its objective. One was aS Fukien ‘to Manchur sai
Wee Fae ei) , jul Keep the Reds from Red, aes d ene bla ith het a | sritish Guiana’s Technical In-jordered to return after a 20 min-{Korea rain | soa ce
national order to show BOoRN iy their incessant charges of The ¢ hinese Reds are rushin titute was officially declared open|ute firefight, while another with- UE i oa
for settlement of the oi] question led violations of the neutrallthe rail highway construction in j...¢ evening by His Excellency drew after sighting an estimated | J ry A :
Trade Pact ore at Kaesong. It is understood} south t China adjacent/to Indo-', Gave nor: Sir Charles Wool-{Coimmmunist company entrenched : { ‘ »| Mi)
Iran and Russia opened trade|that Ridgway had intended to send)China for completion before the A recorded aceech. by Lord the »bjective. The fourth sha Sey EY AG as goen. |
negotiations today on new his note Tree aey a oe : ona ~ the year a lo a Hailsham was read ae te oceasion.| patrol attempted to surround a Ke bels Seize I Ow Wt eee ce. demas rene
larger barter Trade Agreemen It was completed and a tran-jofficial agency. / hungking re- (CP), hill north of the line but was . S
Trade talks began as authorita : cript had been made for broad-| po aid that 3,100 miles of ie driven back by heavy Commun- In Rio De Janeiro To ef the best f f bi |
sources reported Premier casting. But a reliable source said hi why ays and other roads are) ELEVEN KILLED AS ist fire. An Allied unit in the ; / g our 0 your icyc e
; ae lt oned the dispatch of| being constructed in that area and} nhwa are ceived 7 , RIO De JANEIRO,
hammed Mossadegh had sen that he a stponed ing ucted 1 |K ihwa area received 70 round i
new set of propossis” to Britain. | the note possibly on orders from|many older routes are being re-} BUS OVERTURNS f 60-7 mortar fire.—U.P. < Septembe r 22
The “new” prosusals were un-|Wasiington so that it could be paired in order to improve | BOGOTA, Colombia, Sept. 22, eee z it reporys ae the neo you nee a
derstood to be basically the same re-drafted.—U.P. * transport facilities. —U.P. | Eleven persons were killed and ong Ben a eres Beal ;
F ee . ‘ 10VE : Marahao i
sie Lose revicusly rejected by seven severely injured when ag . ‘oil ie Pie x r
Br eae the 15-day ultimatur iNERS ’ peeding bus overturned about East German Reds eized the town of Mirador a
Bra Geni eliminated: “The ara CUP WINNER! 100 miles from Bogota 1t was re SI ‘ rat i the interior of { ul rt 7
tum had demanded that ta | ported last — - _ wan omy ash Highway lax neh setsi the toms " : 5
n negotiations on Iran’s ter: | £ rom 1e village o : +thdemes : eae , I
ee would expel the 350 Britis! 14 \! ize to Manizales north- 3 BERLIN, Sept, 22, re sore sald mm a dispats . '
technicians from the Abadan r wes ‘olombia last night—(Cp)| East German Communists slash- |(70™ the State capital of Sao Luiz | THREE OR FOUR SPEED HUB
anate : : ed their prohibitive highway tax ee rebels now hold 18 muni- | ,
if on Western vehicles in conformity |“'P2%Ue ‘
Reliable sources id ° t : : It said that after three day When vo es . ones
had been handed to Br Am- J DIE IN PLANE CRASH vith an agreement to lift the ighting, th o rebel Ont - ve ai I UR \ — gs ng 7
aaah Sir Francie Shepherd, by OHIO, September 22 Soviet’s creeping blockade. But ene ne a rn “are J : MI Y- ae HER gear hills
hass¢ f F: § yherd by Thr A % ‘es beet ws ; can wulavanch (lo? ) tnt ihe state § police 1cadwinds lose their terror
Shah Court Minister Hussein Ala. } Th ee per on were killed ; eUaRA Od the ir interfere NCC} forces the moment the fedet Git dealee) Ete ait comune
~-U.P. | instantly near here la night " vailway parcel post ship- roops are withdrawn.” Feder nd the hub you need. There isa
when their light passenger plane |â„¢ents, forces: have beer bees ef STURMEY rink
; ; ; have been in control of RMEY - ARCHE ¥
attempting to make a landing in : h The East German state reduced apitat ise Tue id i hen Ge dy ie oe
field, crashed and burned. The|the tax on heavy trucks supplying} ernor rre took offi r | du: ier ar,
ee ern iF x k office ¢ i idual requirements,
Children’s Exhibition victims were the pilot, his sister-} Berlin from as high as $75 for a] disorder: which re ulte ad ir ee
in-law, and her daughter T } ound trip through the Soviet zone j death of Pitti person ar |
The next Exhibition at the e | bodies were burned almost beyor 0 $2.50 (njury of 38 other |
Museum will be of Child recognition _ uP. —UP. Lowa i
Art and Handicrafts which wi | |
begin early in October. Teache ! 2
are reminded that artwork an¢ J G t. A B. W. L. F dei ti
handicrafts for the exhibition ca Ow pone e TO ton |
should reach the Mluseum not |
later than Monday 1st. October | (From Our Own Correspondent) Sc who, following the - | financie i] aspect ith the’ Brit |
€ f 1 message from the | Go rer er }
KINGSTON,Sept. 21 Sneaker of the House of Repre- |
The nominated Chamber of tatir forwarding the propos- Resolution Passed
’ umaica’ exislature today de als reached at a recent House de- ftcr t debat I H
TO-DAY S WEATHER Yated proposals for the federation | hate, moved that the Counc il notes'|R. W. Y¥« I id f } fc
CHART f the B.W.I. and reaffirmed com- | with plea haviatlenketion and |.w.1 4 i eoetiratey : FEATURES THAT MAKE :
vlete acce ptance of the principle eptance of ‘he feBeral orinci- | He R I Mi} ‘ w STURMEY - ARCHER GEARS SUPREME
. for e federatidn of British | 5\e of the H f Representatives | Ind ‘ ;
Sunrise; 5.50 a.m. errite in the Catibhean’ thay| > mee Bi eee See age a ees
Sunset: 5.59 p.m. | appointed five of their members to roe ore -. Agee hata ' ¢ : I 7 | The Original
Moon: Last Quarter \a ive Committee pro- m, and support proposals for prope " and Best
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. | a k > House of Re-| immediate conference of the Brit- | sentat J
High Tide: 9.10 a.m., 8.18 “BOO” PATTERSON and Peggy Pitcher, captains of the victo |p ves ish West Indies for final recom-|now united ppr
ad rater < ams ar sen chatting ¢ e Baggage are . n Ps ia or fin om 1OWw un )
p.m. en ithe = ate ae ares innate , fen ‘ or Aes ns se War ine debate federation in the | mendations from the Federal Gov- | federation yv MITED, NOTTINGHAM
Low Tide: 2.25 am. 1.11 shah at ee aie aa "the Elite C ob ae Mr Pp aii lds thee | egislat Cc il initiated by | ernment after a study of the| Government. 1 ated me sniiedaeeininegeiinieieidieiaesiniiabeuneininiis
p.m. Patt . 7 A wr nat ao a : ti frre wae nid. 1 i } + hy os , Hor LA 1 Ju ar 5 one ince Committee’, Ss R evort and are yf the Jarry I Part ne
Crushy Cup which their teams won from nidad e tt vf Jar a caieded : sending : ac aribbean dele ati { a Peon! NTnt |
just ended in Trinidad { Montego Bay ( id ndor liscu ap , reeme i V JEPHERD & CO.. LTD DISTRIBUTORS























































PAGE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1951
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Sa ay |) Special Tharsday Coming I © ©
| 13° p.m. |
The Mystery of | B TOWN Joan Crawford in
“ » THE 18TH ‘at Est } PL ATA THE DAMNED
BR E JIGGS & MAGGIE” | DUAL 2310 DON'T ORY
4 IN SOCIRTY TO-DAY 445 AND &.90 Pom with David Bryan }//
——= a |
'Q-DAY and continuing Daily at] Opening FRIDAY 28t! w 145, 4.4 we 'D® GORDON PAGE, Resident Trinidad Nurse
4.45 & 8.30 2.30 & 8.30 “WOMAN ON PIER 13" & “FIGHT FILM Surgeon at the Grenada Colo- ASS EDRIS TODD, a nurse of
. . . illness Return Match! | nial Hospital accompanied by his M = evs ta
Robert R i Hospital, Por
onl a ial o : Randy TURPIN - Sugar Ray ROBINSON ||| wife are among the passengers in- : ‘ret ned to Trinidad b
§ Se ‘ ‘ Thomas Gome HIGHLIGHTS in SLOW MOTION! transit through Barbados yesterday W L.A. on Frid aftex spending
a v : : | by the Gascogne. Dr. Page is en- A day guest of
They made the mit See er eee oe ane route to the U.K. on holiday after Miss Cy 1 Ferde of Green Hill
Great American : Gary COOPER Ruth ROMAN in DALLAS ** Color by Technicolor janes he will take up a new ap- Be € ivilg he wes enter
dr | te tpointment at Gibraltar a i a f party by Miss
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afternoon at the Santa Maria
| Hotel. Among the guests present
|were Mr. and Mrs. Groome, Mr.
Bobby” de Souza, Mrs. H. de
Gale, Miss Tidy, Mr. Winslow and
Miss Watts, Matron at the hos-
pital
Other intransit passengers on the
Gaseogne bound for England «re
Mr. Alfred Rapier and Miss Celia
Renwick of Grenada. Mr. Rapier
is on a C. D. & W. scholarship and
will be attending the Regent Street
Polytechnic College to study civil
engineering. He is a brother of
Willie Rapier who is an Old Lodge
| Boy.
Miss Renwick is on her way to
lt nursing at the Royal Free
Hospital in London. She is on a
four-year course,

Married In Canada

LADIOLI graced the alter of

,

= in their honour on Friday



Ree Aegian
R. JACK EDE and Mr. Arthur
Hodgson, two members of the

crew who brought out the Yacht

Marsaltese which is now lying in











Carlisle Bay from England for Mr.
Teller. an Englishman now resid-
ng in Barbados, returned home
vesterda morning in the SS.
Gascogte after spending two and a
1alf months here
They both told Carib that they
had an enjoyable stay and re-
gretted having to leave.
The other two members who
ime out with the Yacht, re-
\ to E land two weeks ago.
The » the captain, Command-
r L re, R.N. and the mate,
I s Office:
vas chief engineer of
acht hile Mr. Hodgson was

Spent Summer Vacation

: : ANY Barbadian students who

Fst. — s —" oe I are studying in England and
recently W on ee oe & a Canada, returned yesterday morn-
pees 2 eb. al SONS, te 2 MR. AND MRS. JACK HOWELL ing by T.C.A. after spending the

‘Nicholls of Christ Church, Barba-
‘dos was united in marriage to
Mervyn, only son of Mr. and Mrs
M. Williams of Trail B.C,

Rev. F. C. Musson performed
the ceremony in which the bride
|was given in marriage by her
| brother-in-law, Mr. Wm. Cornyn.

Quiet Wedding

N Thursday last, 20th Septem-
ber, Mr. Timothy Augustus
‘Jack” Howell, Jnr., son of Dr
Timothy A, Howell of “Howelton”’,
The Morne, St. Lucia and Mrs.



summer yacation with their rela-
tives,

Among those leaving were Mr,
John Godard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Goddard of “Kennington”,
c Street who is doing his
year in Economics at Queen’s
University, Kingston, Ontario; Mr.

To Study Engineering

R. GUY MARSHALL who has
just completed his education
at Harrison College, left yesterday
by the French S.S. Gaseogne for
England where he will

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; 2 study €M- Aanwes Carter an :
S The _—— a aoe vi @ Simmons-Howell of “Martindale”, gineering with Mirrlees, Bickerton MM "Sy ide crate ut Gina tee,
Stee x ‘Gg 7 ;§0wn of parchment-white nylon fHastings, was married quietly to and Day of Stockport. Sti tat eee ieee ae
om. 2 GLOBE %| sheer over ivory satin, fashioned Miss Constance Stella Ford Guy is the son of Mr. and Mr: ‘Geel Dahteate: Lie” eames
ard . TONITE 8.30 p.m. — MON. — TUES. 5 & 8.15 p.m. a with an embroidered bodice and a daughter of the late W. Forde and Harold V. Marshall of Clifton Chatter ot Ree of Mire. Rubee
Saas oie! 18 The Life Story of Frank & Jesse James % tiered skirt au traine. She wore a Mrs, Emily Forde of Kingstown, Plantation, St. Thomas. Challe ner of “Valery” Upper
a. oe \ x IN * full-length veil of illusion net and St. Vincent and sister of renee Galtemeare Rock who is returning
% * aes ¥jcarried a colonial bouquet of Forde, Barrister-at-Law 1e : a a, dete Miss Dorothy Watson,
| 12 “The Great Missouri Raid g American beauty roses. ceremony which was performed ME. 88ee PASTERNAK of soe pv a oe. hace
% with 8) nant Geman wee Mr. Hensi ty Down Tasiewo ctiy’ ater Worthine: was'a pesserger yenss, Watson of Weiches, St. Micheel
‘ Wendel COREY——McDonald CAREY—Ellen DREW % | Bonli of Calgary and Mr. William Chureh a eerste dav ‘innoninr be T C. At hen, vho is doing her third year in
$ Anne REVERE %}| Glass acted as usher. During the 3.30 p.m. The ok wine was Ody. He hee gone to studs encin, Home Economics at McDonald
x Special Bhorts x signing of the register, Mr. Glass given in an ie cing, "lachead eering at McGill University, College; Miss Pat Zephirin, daugh-
Yd ¥ “BEST OF THE BREED” § sang “O Perfect Love,” accom- alehon Se ‘indie Site alk " er of Mrs, Stella Zephirin of the
* , TALENT & AUDITION TO-DAy 9.30 A.M. panied by Mrs. A. L. Freebairn. wae ; gm M ied At St. M hi Savoy, Bay Street, who is doing
, ; ankle-length dress with a lace arrie t St. Matthias . —_ ee
% x A reception was held at the - i . 3 her third year in Home Economics
y Re ee eee, g ’s broth oke giving an off the shoulder N Thursday September 20, at °, - Rateueaiies .¢ oars
.: A POG mr home of the bride’s bi her-in-law tftect.» Her veil was floor-length O St. Matthias Chuteh at 4.30 a. cna a ae Dowding.
ic ak ’ blomonow. She wore gold accéss- Mr and Mrs. Mervyn Brewster oh — P wwer Festate “andl
ve JANETTA DRESS SHOP : hich, had_been own, trom the Gris. ani carried a bouquet of of Hindsbury Road was married to Qive Elizabeth Skeete, daughter of
a a ete, et ‘olls home in Barba ~ anthurium lilies he was attend- wics Doreen Mohamed, daught o es » Maas
3 ated the bride's table. Tuberoses, oq by ther sister, Mrs. Marie ae sett Mr = N jaush od Mr. . $n4 ae x te ern we
OLYMPIC ROYAI LOWER BROAD STREET % anthurium lilies (also from Bar- Spooner as Matron- ‘of-honour and of Alkins Road. ens. a eho Ares Aaube
. py a se gladioli, ag ~ her nieces, the Misses os and, The bride who was given in Honal School ‘at Tring, Herts.
ia — ; pacious living room. e toast Betty Spooner, were the flower ,, age by Mr. Elifott Hinkson al § ‘ , .
Last 2 Shows TO-DAY Ss Beach, Afternoon g to the brid , " iM by Dr, oe fey, Marriage by Mr. Elli nks :
TO-DAY & Tomorrow ’ 8.15 pee E © the bride was proposed by Dr. girs, The duties of bestman fell yore 4 dress of slipp atin with liday
4.30 & 8. 15 4.30 & 8.18 DRE FS Cocktail, Evening R Self of Calgary. to Mr. Alwyn Howell brother of a Pe yoke sat : "lane leeves Iss a Leite of
Columbia Big Double % For travelling the bride wore a ¢he groom, | trimmed with pearls. Her head M: Bar
sia as : ose-beige suit with brown acces- The reception was held at the 4), aiiis a4 Atesantartth(s a eee Tor 3ritish Guiana is now in Bar-
Universal Atomic Double . CHILDREN'S PANTIES—in all Sizes sories and an orohid corsage»After pome of Mr. Charles Spooner, St. eil. She carried a bouquet of. 2240s for a couple ee holi-
; ja stop in Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. ppijip and the honeymoon is being O can” Anno'e rae sits iay staying with her brother-in-
Maria MONTEZ — Jon HALL Cotton from 64c, to $1.16 % baby we mee se Mont- a at Silver Sands. ee ee Sees ' faMs la and sae Pi ate ah
5 | real where they will reside Mr. Howell is returning to She wae atianded by M ‘loria Lrelehton Birch o ar’, st.
in Rayon from 520. to 80 % Out-of-town guests were Dr. Curacao where he is employed Ph sh eae nancRtG fe ‘hi ena She was = ae
Cc i. with C.P.I1.M. while his bride iS yisses Jovee and Nits Roberts S.S. Gascogne yesterday mo g.
a D E Calgary; Miss Mary Switzer and yeturning to St. Vincent and will wicg Cynthia Clarke, Miss Peggy After Three Weeks
ALI BABA AN TH Mr. Philip Switzer of Blairmore; join him later in Curacoa. Lyte, Miss Carmen Cordle and ISS RUTH SEALE returned to

Williams of Trail
Barbados,

Joan and

Tryhane of as brides-

TY ‘ ‘ Miss Coreen Bradshaw Canada yesterday by T.C.A.
FOR THIEVES nm Mrs, In Aid of Hurricane ISS n AV anada yeste a

D a a ut sia Sati peat ee three oe holi-
To Join Husband amage er flower girls were ne Misses ay. Also re Ur ning y e same
partments will be ‘ er- Heather and Mabb Brewster, Miss opportunity was Mr. D. Layne, a
In Flaming Technicolor that our De RESHMEN and the Und Maggie Rocheford, Miss Gareth Canadian from Quebec who was

M*: C. S. LEE of Airy Hill, St. graduates from the Univer-





i » Misses arbara and idavi sre staying at “Briar
George who has been resid- sity College of the West Indies Hoppin; the Misses Barbi Beh ime holidaying ae staying at “Briar
4 Leila Amin, Miss Jean Goffar and Wood”, St, ichael
and ie CLOSED FOR STOCK fng in Barbados for the past four who are here on Rive 3.3 Oy Miss Carmen Massiah.
aae years, left yesterday morning by holding a dance at the ‘The éeremony was conducted by
ere y was
AMERON battling Lawles. T.C.A. for Canada to join her hus- on Wednesday. September 26. Rev. M. E. Griffiths. The dutic EV. A. F. MANDEVILLE,
Ieenegades to build the Bloodies band who is in charge of a large This dance Siena Reverie © of bestman were petformed by will daapive ae ns Be ge
pr xcellenc ne Governor, y,,. oC, REAL athe Winns receive his ;
ery ae ae ee WEISSMUTIRR as follows := Ludic Olinelasin Celgene prow eae Police. Band Dance pes Rew a te ap |, g y Art Rural Dean of St. Michael by
“ae ; cy A apr he Lord Bishop at the Paris
as JUNGLE JIM ;, » — Tuesday, Wednesday and She was accompanied by her four Orchestra will play, ione to {¢T Mr. Anderson Hope, and Mr. A ee gn Ae a ao
ane Lumber and Hardware — Tuesday, b children, Anne, Olive, Stella and A lot of damage was done tO Kenneth Moore. pean pepper espe
p ¥ GMY Thursday, 2nd—4th October Jean their Common Room and Gym- A reception was held it the od : F : _
Mr, Lee who was living in Bar- nasium in the hurricane | last jesidence of the bride's parents ;
OLD ISLAND Plantation Supplies — Tuesday and Wednesday mados, returned to Canada six month, and any morey made at Alkins Road. RE RITY Rae cice Mn
October months ago. the dance will go toy,ards repairs
han Savage’ David Bruce ® ial snd and 1 Student Ret and replacements. — Ra
Steven Geray d 2nd October—morning only urns hundred invitations have beer
FEXAS ome Edible Oil Sales—Tuesday, 2nd Octo

Miss
Will our Customers please note
R, DOUGLAS PHILLIPS of sent out, and it is hoped that the

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: Be i ies mn, 74 Grenada who was here for dance receives the support it
Wi f siness as us 4 Mare Guest House, left by T.C.A, Back To Trinidad
x, “
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etanennsesaeennntians |S and Miss Margaret Smart of

And
The On-the-Spot Story of the Guy
in the Hottest Spot on Earth

GRAIL

Yeliveries from 12—4 p.m.)
(t P the past week staying at Super deserves.
. s usual
Our office will be open to business a yesterday for Canada to continue
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with “A YANK IN KOREA” ~ , Donald College, mcm taietee, a ae
e had spen > great tof ca. . ssr's
Fuzzy KNIGHT — Ray WHITLEY Starring THE HARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE his summer vacation in Grenada Ges, Peat nd Co. bas
& His Ber-6 Boys Lon McCALLISTER with COTTON FACTORY LID. through. here last week on their |Tinidad, returned to Trinidad
; ee William ‘Bill” PHILLIPS wey 10 Canada to wail on Friday evening by B.W.LA.,
Tues. & Wed, 4.30 & 8.15 > " . ee jafter spending a holiday here:
ACTION-PACKED DOUBLE Mon, and ‘Tues. 4.30 and 8.15 [j= . - pata 7 ee SORALRAS. OY; HE
APONAIE ~ as 7 5. jers is the daughter
WVONNE BN eo cRON one —— Rouble , : ‘ot Me, a ‘i I M’ Kidney of
GENE AUTRY KING OF THE - : | Strathelyde.
in COWBOYS in Barbadian Planter
| By R. JOHN MARSH of Banna-
is Z me antation, Christ
ae See wrens — | f ni ve patie oe oy - BWLA.
and TERRITORY ” on hed spent a holiday. Te. was
ote i y his wife an
MIKEL CONRAD in | and THIS IS TO NOTIFY OUR CUSTOMERS mai
; »» | WARNER BAXTER :
‘ARCTIC MAN HUNT” | = AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT WE , ee Reem
Filmed in 0 fey Fields of K N went up to = UGA:
Alaska ‘ : * h the .
aka “STATE WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING HO. Bntage who has gone thers
THIIRS , an : +5 | th terest of his health, re-
THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.i5| PENITENTIARY ” AS FOLLOWS ‘neh ined a Friday morning via
| Trinidad by B.W.LA. He was
“ODD MAN OUT” | sxcrrement RUNS HIGH | accompanied by Mrs. Emtage, _ MR. AND MRS. VICTOR BREWSTER
| a t s —
and Opening FRIDAY 28TH Pierhead Hardw are Stor © am eee
ts m9 Bay ‘ | EDGE WATER COMMUNITY CHOIRS
BLACK CAT | “KANSAS RAIDERS TUESDAY 25th ED. 26th & CHINA DOLL }) ASSOCIATION
ete . r y 6 MARHILL STREET HOTEL a Re.
R @ xX Y THURSDAY 27th inst. B'dos Chinese Eating BATHSHEBA MEMORDAL CONCERT
t Open TONITE—6 to Midnite }) | mt to the late
TODAY TO WED, 4.45 & 8.15 Cerner Store & Sales Dept wees Oakes Shrimp | | Reduced Rates ist May to Fr. W. HOPKINS, M.A.
- - . Pe ' re Oyster Cocktails | 3lst October for visits of
d ‘Chick: '
UNDER THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE! Pet fod Wanton en | suc reat sarees Eh tli
é ; : DIAL 4 -DAY 4.30 p.m.
B hon | ‘PANS BS RAIDERS | WEDNESDAY 26th & fortran EE atmo sors |B seamen roennne U-
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THURSDAY 27th ES
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| OUR LUMBER DEPT. WILL BE OPEN AS s EXCELLENT VALUES
USUAL WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOU .
yy ity ini Sauce ‘ Cafe Ware in Brown &
ARRANGING YOUR PURCHASES or | OP eet bree me
FE Rae $4.73, $5.15, $6.30 || Tea Pots .. 70e.—$1.26
r ACCORDINGLY Kettles 3 & 4 Pts. . $1.56—$3.07 || Coffee Pots $1.01—$1.46
a Se MEMES Oncnect ack sta $2.35—$3.46 || Milk Jugs ................. 62¢c.—$1.19
¥ ‘ : Pett Lavatory Brushes .. 77 || Sugars : ; ... 59e.
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SUNDAY,



SEPTEMBER 23,

1951

FARM AND GARDEN

> By AGRICOLA

CALLING FOOD

GARDENERS
Those whv cesire to ensure

early supply of

etables, such as cabbage,
flower, tomato and onion, s
begin at once to make prepar
for sowing so that
the seedlings to permanen
tions in the garden he





transplantin



y take





place dure Nove ” with
subsequent planting at suitable
intervals in order to have a steady

succession of regular supplies du-
Ting the favourable months to
follow. An eye should be kept too
on the exhibition requirements as
good money prizes are offered for
a wide variety of garden produc

at the Annual Exhibiti in De-
cember. True, December is usually
a little early for this produce to be





plentiful and at its best, but the
earlier the start the better the
chances of success, considering
too that seed supplies are not
usually of the highest. quality at
this time of the vear and n

than normal care is required ir
securing a good stand of plants.
It should be remembered that the
bulk of the seed supply i 1
in the temperate zone and has

been harvested the previous au-

tumn, It is worked over, cleaned
and packed for distribution du-
ring the winter months for use
in the spring and summer; it

therefore follows that the freshest
seed will not be available in these
parts at this time of the year.
However, where care has been
taken to keep imported seed in
sealed containers in cold storage
and not exposed too long in
show cases and on shop counters,

its germinating quality and vi-
tality can be retained at a sat-
isfactory level but which soon

decreases On exposure to the hu-
mid air of the tropics. Gardeners
should, therefore, be on t rd
in purchasing seed
been lying around
posal and, after
take care to place it in a seale

lin—any sort of tin will do so

which has
awaiting dis-
securing 1 t 1

long as the cover fits securely
and a complete closure possible
with gummed paper or tape; if

a refrigerator is handy do not
hesitate to keep the tin there and

to replace it as quickly as possi-
hle after periodic removal of
any of the seed. Germination

failures and seed wastage can be

very frustrating, especially to
beginners and, moreover, can
become quite an item of expense.

Generally speaking, there are
two alternatives in establishing
a nursery—either to use a part of
one of the garden beds, suitably
prepared for seed germination
and keeping in mind the need

for protection from heavy showers

and the hot mid-day sun, or to
start with seed boxes. At this
time of the year when ants are
plentiful and heavy showers still
frequent, preference should be
given to the box method since

+ be more easily
md the boxes, if made
can be moved around

} weather, sunlight and
4 dd type of seed box
e about four to six inches
i of a convenient size
If the bottom is made
piece, then holes for

» must be pierced; if two

ee pieces or slats; openings

‘ them say half-an
ie will be ample for the per-
Cover the holes or openifigs

V a layer of small stoneg or
bricks, then a few dry leaves on
top of these and next fill the box
within half-an-inch of the top
with good garden soil—this should
not be too fine but rather erum-
bly, else it may pack with frequent
watering; then level the soil and
water either from a can with a
e rose or by placing the bottom
of the box in water; excess water
hould be allowed to drain off
ing the soil sufficiently damp

10t ~water-logged. Sow the
not too thickly over the sur-
e and cover lightly with a thin
soil; then sprinkle









of dry



th water,
ary
to be

other

Never let the soil
out and watering may have
done twiee daily; on the
hand, too much water
induce ‘damping off of ‘the
eedlings. Experience wiil
n tell the amount of watering
needed. Cover the boxes with
leaves or boards during the first

may

young



few days until the seed begins
to sprout when sunlight is essen-
tial to prevent spindly growth
but remember not suddenly to
expose the boxes at this stage
to the full effect of the sharp
id-day sun, Make sure that
0d, clean, soil free from weeds
ind ants is used in the first place
ind protect the boxes from later
nt intrusions by placing them
Cn a small stand with legs which
can be treated with ant tape
( by standing them in tins of
crude oil. Never under-estimate
the ant as a pest.

GARDENING HINTS
FOR AMATEURS

The Garden
In September
(Grass-path and their
up-keep)

Of the various types of garden
path the most attractive, but at
the same time the most trouble-
some is the Grass Path. Nothing 1s
lovelier than well kept velvety
green turf, but to keep it so needs
constant attention, Weed has to be
watched for and kept down, and
the grass mrust be constantly well
mown and rolled. But, perhaps
the biggest headache with a grass
path is keeping a good edge, espe-
cially in these rainy menths. The
edge, softened by heavy rain is su
apt to get washed away, and in
no time the path is several inches
narrower than it should be and
with a ragged untidy edge.

There is only one way to cope
with this trouble. The edge must
be built up again.

To do this, get a plank of wood
and place it on edge along, but a
little way from the broken edge.

If it is not possible to get » ptank
the whole length, the edge must
be done in sections.

Having fixed the plank firmly,
proceed to fill in the space between
the plank and the broken edg» of
tre path this way. First put in a
layer of small stones and ram
them firm, This gives strength
and foundation to the edge, and
ensures it a longer life. Then, f.2) in
on top of the stones with earth,
pressing it very firmiy down, and
continue to fill in until the new
part is raised slightly above the
old part. This is done to allow for
sinkage and after a whule it may
be found necessary to add yet
more earth. Having finished the
filling in leave the plank in place
for some time, weeks if necessary,
for the new edge must be given
time to thoroughly settle down and
become firm before its support is
taken away. When at length the
grass has thickly covered the new
part and the whole path has been
rolled and mowed, then only can
the supporting plank be remeved.
This face-lifting of a grass path m
no way ensures its life indefinitely,
but, it does renovate it for some
time, the lenzth of time being de-



termined by its daily treatinent
and the weather.
Stone Edge
Mueh of the trouble with the

edge of lawns and grass paths can
be avoided by putting down an
edge of brick or of our local sawn
stone. This ensures a permanent
neat edge which once laid down
will require no further attention.
Of the two edgings, brick and
sawn-stone, sawn-stone has _ the





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SEWING

By Penny

ADVOCATE
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{the paper one half the back hij

Drafting A Basic Skirt



easure taken seven inches dowr

YOU may either @raft a basic from the waistline plus one inch
kirt pattern on paper or draw [or side seam and one half inch
your skirt direct on the cloth with for ease. Call this point B and
you wear plain A to B with a straight line

tailor’s chalk. If

two gored skirts a lot it will save The location of the dart shou

1
you time to draft a paper patterm correspond with the location of
which you can use over and over dart in the bodice. If it is a
again separate skirt you may usually

make e dart about three or three

The length of your paper sheuld
equal the length you wish your
skirt plus the width of the hem

from the
use three

e half inches
tre back. If you









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plus %” for a seam at the waist- — ¢ asure one inch from this
line. The width for the back gore ¢ along the waistline for the
should be half the back hip mea- “ Fr the centre back al
sure, the 7” down measure, plus ever h hip line measure
%&” for ease plus about 2” for three and one half inches
flare at the bottom plus 1” for side 7 the end or point of the
seam. It is more pt 1 a7 tha paat ne a eee
abo “ for side sear re VO points you ade
Sat pce ane be « C wa e to complete the
ing to leave the inch c

otherwise the skirt ;

Is 1 good time to chet
ee C~ ENC iown hip measure,
Mark one lengtnwise edge of the hips bulge suddenly close
paper “Centre Back, Lay on Fold istline you will find
Measure from this edge across the ust make some adjustment
top of the paper one half of your this point or the skirt will be
back. waist measure plus ont o tight here Measure three
ich for side seam. Call this point ynches down and at this point
A woasure across one half of the
Next measure down the centre thee inch down back hip measure
back seven inches and at this plus one half inch which is the
point measure across the width size of the dart at this level plus

one .nch for seam. If this measure
Ss ge meee f ~~ ment comes beyond your side
advantage over brick. If is more line, make a mark for it or
easily procurable, it is simpler to nm how much beyond it comes.)
lay, and being porous it allows a if it ant thw ade’ dean Tite
certain amount of drainage and so ; ; right and no adjustment
keeps the bed less soggy than the need be mame. if 4 canes on
closer bricks. The local Sawn- | inch beyond. simpisn-shorbes
stone comes in blocks which meas~ |, dart : sn, then Mhnitees SnKie dail
ure 2 feet by | foot. For the edging, it ett Baca? angie es
the block must be sawn length- | sitter. wou wih have ¢
wise in three, resulting in three . en tHe dart and curve/ out
2° feet lengths of 4 inch thickness. the Ae satiny too
These three lengths must be sawn Join unt B to the bottom cor
in -half again lengthwise so that - of t paper with a straight
one block finally gives 12 feet line. Cut off the extra paper along!
of edging (in 6 lengths) each meas- {he side seam
uring four inches by 6 inches by 2 The front gore is made the same
feet. way ising the front measure-

ments. The front waistline should

A description how to lay dowh |. sioped from the side seam to

the edge has been given in a pre+ one half ineh at the centre front

vious article, but perhaps a re-

The ease that is included in these
mindey will be useful.

ections totals two inches around
the hips
well for most people but a
small person may find it excessive.

Once the stone has been cut, it
is very easily placed in position
along the edge. Place it in position,

one length at a time. No cement is

The amount allowed for ease

necessary, but a mallet isneededto . nq the bottom of the skirt
knock the stone down firmly on adds to eight inches. This too i:
its base. The second length of stone p\.nage A pencil slim skirt bot

must be placed to touch the end ,,,, may be cut by the hips’ meas
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BARBADOS RECOVERS
AFTER BAD’ START
BY BARNEY MILLAR

A BARBADOS was off to a good start yesterday in the
\ first cricket game against British Guiana. After a
none too auspicious beginning, the middle men rose
to the occasion and three hundred went up before
the day’s play was ended. It



was a good recovery
Â¥ and at this distance from the scene of operations we
| say hats off to Norman Marshz!! $5 not out, Farmer,
a hard hit 62, Keith Walcott an enterprising 59, and Proverbs for a
| stolid fighting 55. Your good work at a critical period has laid the
| foundation for a fighting finish, and precluded the possibility of defeat
except there's a miserable collapse later on.
The evergreen Berkley Gaskin seems to enjoy the good old summer
| game all the while, and he picked his usual “pepper”, when he got thé
inexperienced Hunte to play forward to one of his late outswingers.
| Hunte was caught but I feel sure he has learnt his lesson. ’Tis the usual
| thing that happens. I used to hear the oldsters say: “Experience is a
; grand school, but the fees are high.”
*

So much for that. It is -. early to say much about the
game but the stage seems well set for a very interesting struggle.
Now is the chance for promising youngsters to win their spurs and

| make their mark while the big guns are away in Australia.

Go to it lads.

* * *

| It was interesting *o hear that one of the umpires is McIntyre,
the Surrey and England wicket keeper who is in British Guiana on’
}a coaching engagement. He kept wicket against the West Indies
in the’ Test game in which Evans did not play. I well remember the
| thrill which shot through me when Clyde Walcott stumped him off
Ramadhin. According to all reports it was really a fine bit of work.
And it was a critical period of the game for England.

John Arlott called McIntyre the night watchman meaning that
| McIntyre had been sent in to hold the fort until next day, as it was
| late in the evening. But, ‘the Ram’ sent down the wrong ’un, and
| Clyde was all there with a neat bit of stumping.

j “Out!” said Chester’s uplifted finger but Frank Chester also made
sure that no other English wicket would fall that evening because
;he promptly removed the bails, thus signalling the end of play.
There may be two minutes allowed for a batsman to come in—
but it was two minutes to time so Frank made doubly sure and there
| the matter rested.
| The West Indies won the Test however

| WAR DECLARED

} Memory funny fellow. Sometimes he trots out something
| just because the setting is appropriate. For instance I seem to remem-
| ber, some years ago when a Barbados team was doing battle in
| British Guiana. The great George Challenor and left-hander Harry
j Ince were batting in fine style, and one humorous scribe
something like this in the columns of his paper: —

‘Without reference to the Court, a representative of the Diplo-
matic Corps reported that a State of War has been declared to
exist between Barbados and British Guiana. The last named
territory has been under steady bombardment for some time.
Wisden’s Red Ball shell is being used. Capt. George Challenor
is in command on the right wing, and Lieut. H. W. Ince the left.
Many casualties have been reported but. in accordance with the
best traditions—women and children are safe.”

* * *

| This was the result of some hurricane batting by George Challenor

ind some vicious cutting by Dillon Ince. “It was dangerous to be
standing anywhere around the ground.”
Barbados scored over 600 runs then.

HEROES ALL ;
Congratulations to the Water Polo players who returned yesterday
With both trophies. They had a really enjoyable period and were asked
| un every hand: “When are you coming again?”
Keep it up and may further success attend you,

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Martin 97.85. strangely silent. although §
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SUNDAY

ADVOCATE

Sparian Beat
Lodge Outright

The fifth series of First Division cricket games went into

its second day yesterday.
Spartan defeated Lodge by
scored a chanceless century
ers.

LODGE vs. SPARTAN

++ieee 70 and 90
(for 5 wkts.) 211

SPARTAN rushed through their
game with Lodge School yester-
day, the second day of their three-
day first division cricket fixture,
to decisively defeat them by an
innings. Spartan scored 211 for
the lost of five wickets after they
had bowled out Lodge for 70 and
then bowled out the boys again for
90 runs.

Spartan were very much in a
forced run getting mood so that
they could make their defeat a
two day one. L. F. Harris, Spar-
tan’s all-rounder treated the
school boys with scant respect and
collected 95 runs for himself. The
other batsman to entes
figure was Cozier who ended up
with 53 not out. ;

Brookes was Lodge School's
most successful bowler. He took
three wickets for 55 runs during
12 overs.

Fast bowlers Phillips of Spartan
was the hero bowler for his team.
After taking four wickets in the
first innings, he again took four
yesterday for 18 runs in 10 overs
Spin bowler K. Bowen took thre¢
wickets for 33 run

The only two batsmen to make
any show against the Spartan at-
tack in the second innings was Mr
McComie who tonscored with 37
and Hutchinson who played a good
hand for 24.

seore 4



PICKWICK vs. WANDERERS
PICKWICK 307
WANDERERS (for no wkt.) 8

A_ chanceless century bel
lunch by Pickwick batsmen T.

before
s.

Birkett and a good supporting
innings of 77 by his team mate
Eric Edwards, were the _ high-

lights of yesterday's first division
cricket game with Pickwick and
Wanderers at the Oval.

There was no play on the first
day of the game on account of
the sodden condition of the out-
ficld. Yesterday the weather was
cool and Pickwick who won the
toss, batted on an easy paced
wicket and occupied the wicket
for almost the entire afternoon
to score 307. In tre few minutes
remaining for play, Wanderers
scored 8 without loss.

Birkett who went into bat at

an innings and T. S. Birkett
for Pickwick against Wander-

at least get first inning
next Saturday. Carlton took

first innings lead of 130 runs from
Empire after bowling out the Bank
Hall team for 47 runs. Empire’s
batsmen batted doggedly in their
second innings to score 78 runs for

lead point



the lost of three wickets. They

now have 52 more runs to s

to draw even before giving

Black Rock team a figure to go at
Good scorers for Carlton were

N. S. Lucas who topscored with

56 and K. Greenidge who made 48
O. M. Robinson was seen in his
usual unperturbed form in as





ing Empire to make a s i
yesterday evening. His wicket i
still intact after he has scored 38.

Partner to him in holding the
Carlton bowlers at bay was E. W
Grant whe made 30. ~

Carlton’s pacer Edghill captured









two of the three wickets for
runs. The other batsman w
run out.

POLICE vs. COMBERMERE
POLICE 138

COMBERMERE (for 8 wkts). 178



Combermere gained first innings
lead over Police yesterday, th
second day of their first division
fixture at Queen’s Park. Police,



who in 110 minutes of play on the





first day lost eight of their wickets
for 94 runs, were all out shortly
after 2 p.m. yesterday for 138. By

close of play, Combermere replied
th 178 for the loss of eight wick-



et

Top scoret for Combermere wz
O. Wilkinson who was run out ;
38. G. Francis, 35 and G. Grant 34,
play good supporting innings fe
Combermere,

A. Blenman of Police played a
fine innings of 80 and was chiefly
responsible for piloting his team’:



first innings past the 100 m
Blenman added 33 runs to his 47
not out on the first day before |

gave wicketkeeper Alleyne a nice

catch off pacer Frank King
Bowling for Combermere, Frank

King ended up yesterday with six

wickets for 43 runs while Mr. S. I

Smith took the other four Police
wickets for 40 runs.
C. Blackman carried off the

Police, bowling honours by taking



four wickets for 28 runs. E. Green
got two of the schoolboys’ wickets
for 38 runs and I. Byer took 1 for

22

the fall of the first wicket with 33.

the score at 25, began to punch
the Wanderers 'cwling from the
start. He was extremely harsh
on anything short of a length and
sent the ball to the boundary fre-
quently, using the pull stroke to
good advantage.

Edwards on the _ other
who was misseal when he was
about 40 when Peirce failed to
hold a hard low return, played a
very good innings which was
characterised with shots all
around the wicket.

Together with Birkett, he had
put on 177 for the second wicket.
His innings of 77 included five
boundaries while Birkett who
scored 117, got no less than 16
boundaries including two sizes.

With the
two batsmen,

hand

of these
began to

dismissal
wickets

fall rapidly and apart from a
valuable jnnings of 36 including
four boundaries by skipper
Bruce Inniss, a brisk 27 includ-

g 4 fours and one six by Allan
Bitter who went in at number
Wl and a useful 14 by Clayton
Greenidge, no other batsman
reached double figures.

Bowling for Wanderers 4
Peirce got the most wickets, tak-
ing three for 72, in 13.3 overs
while St. Hill who had sent down
27 overs five of which were
maidens got-2 for 72.,J. Corbin
and L. Greenidge each got 2 for

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40 and 49 respectively.
EMPIRE vs. CARLTON
Empire 47 and (for 3 wkts.) 78
Ch his. ae, 177

EMPIRE made a grand struggle
to stave off complete defeat at the
hands of Carlton in their First
Division Cricket match at Bank
Hall yesterday, but Carlton will

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Y.M.P.C, HARR. COLLEGE
RMP. 4 yet cei

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. 66 and 76

Harrison College 37 and (for 6
WGI 6-0. 5's > mcrae eaih 84
HARRISON COLLEGE, in their
match against Y.M.P.C. at the

Y.M.P.C, grounds need 22 runs for
an outright victory and still have
four wickets in hand,

Towards the end of play yester-
day the excitement rose to a high
pitch, Roddy Austin, Y.M.P.C,
pace bowler, when Harrison Col-
lege looked sure of victory, began
to skittle out the school boys. In
one over he took two wickets with-
out any runs being scored off-him.
At about 5.55, when Austin was
about to send down his thirteenth








over, the Harrison College bats-
men A. Alley and M. Simmons,
who we King no chances,
appealed for light and stumps
were drawn

On the first day Y.M.P.C, made
66, Harrison College replied with

37











When play started yesterday
Y.M.P.C. were 20 for the loss of
three v ts. The Beckles Road
team went on to add 56 runs, giv-
ing Harrison College 106 runs for
victors L., Greenidge knocked up
1 valuable 28 before he was un-
fortunately run out

Bowling for Harrison College
Mr. S. Headley took three for 12
In their second venture Harrison
College have so far lost six wick-
t t runs. C. Blackman was



the stalwart for the school team






He made 35 Mr, S. Headley
made 15 and M. Worme 14.

Roddy Austin took three for 23
in 12 overs of which five were
maide1 I. Burke took two for
23 and E. Branker one for 17. The
end of match on Saturday
should be very interesting.

Scores on Page 14





SUNDAY. 23,
T.T.C. STAKES UP
What About The Classic Races?

By

SEPTEMBER 1951



BOOKIE

FRIEND of mine in

very influential circles once took












d the trouble to write me about an article I wrote some
years ago on increased stakes. I believe it was some time
in 1948, but although I cannot remember the @xact date
I do ember that it was not more than 3 years ago.
At the time I took the view that the major races in
th er icing were not weil e sh endowed and
ar th regard to the classics, I remember
me : which I thought we would one
lay an friend informed me that after reading



my ¢ le he thought I was the most incurable optimist.
Furthermc he iid that it was almost certain fhat stakes in
Trinidad would not grt any higher. In fact, at that jtimé, he was sure
that racing in the West Indies had reached its high-water mark and
that if anything, we were in for a reduction, I believe the sum I
mentioned which I thought the Trinidad Derby would be worth to
the winner was $8,000. This particularly drew his fire. On this score
he called me a “dreamer of dreams.”

Well one may imagine the interest with which I read another
letter from my friend two or three weeks ago informing me that

1 would shortly be receiving a programme for the forthcoming T.T.C
Christmas meeting :













& of 1951. This programme, read his letter, he ex-
pected me to greet with super-superlatives. I therefore had an
inkling of what as in the wind.

One may : pardon the feeling which prevails when one is
20ut to see one’s most ple nt predictions come to fruition. My
triend, of course, has probably forgotten the correspondence Which



passed between us three
any normal member of
remind

years ago, Chat is only to be expected from
the public. But as racing writers per force
the public about whet tey have predicted correctl)
since meet, cise ever remembers it, I must now ask my wiped it
he still thinks that I am an incurable optimist?

Bs Without doubt the T.T.C. has framed a programme which wiil
‘tract owners from {ll corners of the B.W.I. Indeed it is so at-





ractive that 4t may well encourage the entry of a lot of horses who
ciherwise might have been left in Barbados, British Guiana, Grenada,
and even far

off Jamaica,

Starling with races tor class A there is the Governor’s Cup and
the Stewards’ Cup wihich are now worth $4,875 (£1,015) each, To
ihe winners of

these events will go $3,000 each, while second prizes
the tidy total of $1,000 each. As it is expected that the
will easily reach the large figure it did last June, if not

iré now at
sweepstake




urpass it, then it can be nm that point money will bring an addi-
ional $600 to the winne shares, The T,T.C, Handicap, the
stewards’ Handicap and the January Handicap all carry a $2,400 first
incidentally this last figure was for years the first prize for
Governor

u Cup only, while all other A class races in Port-of-
>pain stood at $2,000.

But not only the
» three B el

A class



Stakes have been substantially increased.
events are all worth $2,400 to the winner and even
C and D cla ses will row be racing, throughout the entire pro-
ramme, for much as $2,000 for winners. Creoles in Class B will
have two events each worth $1,800 to the winner, Two-year-olds
ind older horses in F « will race for the lowest prizes of all: only






51,600 first prize per race. In fact the whole programme has been
reased and the total figure for stakes and premiums now stands
it the very consider 1



ole amount of $107,540.00. An increase over
» 1950 Christmas meeting programme of about $32,000. A very big

p indeed, and one on which the T.T.C, must be heartily con-
ratulated.

Strange therefore does one find two races on this mammoth pro-

gramme, this extra-extravaganza, as our Hollywood writers would



erm it, two races that have me with no increases at all. And what
are these two races? The answer:—The Derby and the Breeders’
Stakes. The reason:—the English language, —

The fact is that since

these classic races were framed months and
even years ago, the conditions under which owners entered their horses
cannot now be changed. This is quite understandable. What is not, is
hat the T.T.C, do not seem to appreciate the fact that by a simple
addition of the words “not less than” in the correct place, neither the
Derby nor the Breeders need have suffered as they now have, as they
dia the last time stakes were raised and as they did on every similar
occasion before that. Nor is it a flaw confined to this TG, programme.
it has happened at other meetings both here and in Trinidad. I also
‘lope that it is the last time that 1 will have7to mention it and that

classic races will not in future have to wait a year or two before they
catch up with open races,

However, although we can confidently e
catch up, I would really like to see them pass out the other races. If it
possible therefore for a “dreamer of dreams” to have any effect on
policy of the T.T.C. then I wholeheartedly throw m, self into a
Mpaign to get an even bigger increase for the classics than those pro-
vided for the other races. Inasmuch as the T.T.C. have now found it
possible to raise ¢ y such*a large amount surely there js no
reason for them to refuse a mere $ 7,000 to the classics. —~
i The Trinidad Derby, for instance, is now provided with a $2,000
irst prize by the T.T.C. Next year it should be increased to nothing less
than $4,000. In any case if by that 4ime all stakes are likely to be in-
creased again then let us have our conditions worded in such a manne
that the Derby will be nothing less than the Governor’s Cup. : r
The reason why for classics should be much higher than
®pen races is at the present time all the more important because of
the policy of the classifiers. In the past when creoles were treated
more leniently there was no necessity to provide the best with richer
stakes in the classics since before they reached A class they would
have already accounted for several thousand dollars in stakes, But
ao0w-a-days, with buyers patronizing the British Bloodstock export
-rade in an unprecedented manner it is fair judgment to expect that
the creoles will win less. All the many imported horses which are

— coming out cannot be as bad as the classifiers would make us
veleve,

In addition to that we

xpect that the classics will

the
Ci



stake



have buyers who go absolutely crazy about
Jyemaican stock and consequently all the best horses from that colony
ventually find their way to Trinidad. Gienaagle, for instance, may
> had to run against Zollas. He was very good indeed. But he
; only one and weight could take care of him. But what creole
rr time cota past has ever had to face a contingent which might
well line up: at the onsisting of the following: i
['wain, Burns, Harroween, Nan Tudor, White Compatiy Seen Mark
Market, Demure, Land Mark, Rebate, High and Low, and a few others
who were winners in England and may strike form at any moment.
Let us therefore encourage breeders as well as buyers and let
not only ( the buyers of imported horses. We have as
many or more of the latter than we can accommodate right now.

DRURY LANE’S BREEDING

ted to a lady from St. Lucia followed by a letter from
G. Purchas, of Marquis Estates in the same island, for put-
ise about the eeding df Drury Liane. This -
ae ey Stakes at Arima this month, Mr. Purchase ne
's Dred by him at his estete. Drury Lane’s dam y in-
lentally has quite a histo Bought by Mr. Purehos tar Seta ee
a saddle horse only she ytands about 14 hands 3 inches and in spite of
‘ny inquiries on the part of her present owner he has never been
le to find out her breeding other than the fact that she was by an
lish horse called Order who was by Star and Garter. This how-
ver has not prevented Nell from throwing two half-breds who showed
mise in Trinidad ang Grenada and now she has followed this up
with Drury Lane. I hope she continues the good work.





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" ' " es | SEPT. 23. — NO. 190
Barbados Seores 309 For 5

ae Mietorious Water = The Topic

eg boundary for four, but in he i himself to three more
Wight next over Proverbs nib- fours while Walcott struck two

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: sitter. off Gibbs. These boys put ‘on 50 Week

Proverbs was then 11 runs, and runs in 30 minutes when the ea ; ie \
the score 31. Proverbs turned score was 190. THE BARBADOS water polo teams arrived from Trinidad | peti’ se
another delivery to short square Marshall scoring quite faster early yesterday morning via Grenada by the s.s. Gascogne a
leg for a single and new Wight was 31 and Walcott 20. Mershall . }

after a victorious tour against Trinidad. Both teams were






was rewarded. Taylor drove ecially found every gap in the + 7 a -
hard at one well up, pleying the field, taking easy singles through triumphant and have brought back with them the Elite
ball on to his wicket. the gap. They were still to- (Men’s) Cup and the Crushy (Ladies’) vu
Taylor Confident gether punishing loose ones and i " didnt the Trinidad defence, they kept our
Taylor had — at the wicket defending stubbornly when 200 Those arriving were “Boo” Pat- forwards well in check. Charti2
for 45 minutes and scemed su- Went up in 238 minutes. terson (Captain, Men’s Team). Evelyn, youngest player of the



emely confide ; Marshall marked the occasion Ken Ince, (Vice Capta Men’s Barbados team, proved to be the
te ee dons ee he eee with a lofty four to the long-on Team), Delbert Bannister, Billy giscovery of the tour. In Trinidad
of 19. The score was then boundary and the tea interval Manning, George McLean, Nestor he was known as “The Baby”!
32—-2—-19. Farmer, next man in, fcund the score at 204—4. Marshall Pertillo, Geoffrey Foster, Albert He was presented with a Cup ‘or
played out the over. Farmer 40 not out. That included seven Weatherhead (Manager), Charlie peing the outstanding player of





eo ‘ fours and Walcott 20 not out. Evelyn, Maurice Foster, Peggy the B .

opened his account with a cut ae As : i the Barbados team.

high past the unpoliced gully for x ss Pitcher (Captain, Ladies’ Team), ‘The Barbados Ladies were

three runs. Half Centuries Frieda Carmichael (Vice Captain, definitely superior to their rivals
Slow right arm spinner Brian Ladies’ Team) Jill Gale, Jean and their swimming condition,

Patoir took ‘over from Seaforth at , Gaskin used the new ball after Chandler, Ann Eckstein, Barbara

Vell boys the Bajan steel band
the south@fn end, the latter foo (0. baeem kom him in Hunte, Mary Knight and Dorothy

speed and accurate passing, paid last has claimed a place



























a front both being 49 not out when 7 : oi great dividends especially in the + lest week at the theatre
having had an accurate spell of tho score was O37 Both com- Warren. Two members of the jate stages of their games. ve met them face to face
7—3—6—1._ Proverbs lifted Bar- pleted individual ‘half centuries Ladies’ Team, Marion Taylor and s music weak twas m en |
bados out of a long sojourn in the }yarshall first in 81 minutes and Phyllis Chandler remained on in Best Performer 5 ee ae ie ee
forties with a late cut through the Walcott two balls later in 77 Ttinidad for a holiday. Saosihiy:Wlerais: tha Larsen’ ' r when they strike up ‘Kitch’ ‘Kitch ee
slips for a brace, sending up the minutes. abo : oe a oi Doro’ y farren, re ladies’ best T old giris scratch their hair ee al 5
first 50 in 75 minutes. The partaerhd ik wie Ir an interview with the Barba- performer was always good. Her Piette ead Oe is a ae
A pile driver square cut off a pa snip ‘ dos skipper and his vice captain, marking was close and her oppo- 2 than Meenas wah a ait ee ee
Dp — : & yielded 100 in 77 minutes when they told the Advocate that the nent in every match never got o, 1 tr a .
short one from Patoir gave Farmer {; ; at 240 A : : 7 : ” lever & lay the alto, treble ~
a the score stood at 240. An On teams had a most enjoyable stay proper shot at the goal. Her forte e tenor and the base P a
four and the luncheon interval drive by Marshall for four sent jn Trinidad, Everything was well was her clearing shots to her for : 7 \
after the next over saw Barbados’ up 250 in 270 minutes and when ae Pao . oo 4 s : a“ Vell the Dramatic Party ,
; : _ "a . ack Pa lie . organised, they had won all of their wards. Peggy Pitcher made a goo:t Provided us with fun
} score at 62—2 in 80 minutes. Ten he repeated the stroke next over : ; ‘ : The p nd the siste

i 7 re- - four beater, â„¢#tehes with the exception of the job of Captain. She directed tho e parsons and the sister
minutes were taken off the pre- for four he had then beaten . ° pis Ske B You should “see how they rur
lunch interval while the ball was Farmer’s top score of 62 Jast men’s test and they were very team well in the water and she ;
raat = ’ a a e 4 ite dstne z a glad to be back home. Bill Good- scored at least one goal in each The maid reminded Bajans
peing exchangee and we Walcott Out fellow, Secretary of the Trinidad match. Including you and me
rubbed off. Proverbs 25 not out : Associs : ie : To keep our lips together
and Farmer 17 not out Walcott went with the score at Association and the Committee of 4 Sag And don’t talk all we see

: 268. He cut at one well up out- Management who organised tne ‘3 Ss regards . coe ° .
side the off stump while Mar- tour had done a fine job. ey were royally entertainefi— Sometimes our very actions
After Lunch shell was: recing A ie. ti < picnics, dances, cruise “down the : Vee binety-nane pe oat ‘
= : ” ~ . rer you are » ex oo

Gaskin and Norman Wight dividual century. Men’s Team Improved ee and a visit to San Fernan- t tat pecksials
opened the B.G., bowling attack on The third century came in 295 tiie b et _, ao were among the many forms of ) e . : ade his able age j
resumption, but the bowling was minutes finding Marshall in the , Th nna Men's team had recreation. In darkness we snay stumble Tn 1492, when Columbus made his memorable voyage, the Old World

steady and the batsmen unworried. nervous nineties but Marshall improved tremendously since their wetcause thete ts no. ite
Farmer immediately developed was cool as the proverbial Jast encounter in November last | On the trip over the team meg That is not wrong nor right and the New were months apart. To Pan American Airways to-day the
into a crowd pleaser with power- cucumber. year in Barbados. In the tests the ae Fred Blanc of San Fernando . .
eee 1 a ‘ , : Z . r mE , , , » Who was just returning from a above verse said Robert ‘ " x > 4

ful punishing strokes off the back Close of play saw Barbados Winning team only won by one ©" ad get Eee ) > g née ance ate ave theme
foot. especially when he foured Score at 309 for the loss of 5 goal and this would indicate just Rye-week holiday in Barbades. B ng og he oh ‘Te wad ther World is one, and immense distances by air are measured in hours.
Norman Wight with a powerful] Wickets, Marshall 95 not out, At- be evenly balanced were the two aa fal tts aor ton un St tes And you'll “see how they rur Oo 1927 Pan A ‘| fed .

nese . irties kins 5 ne pams. ddrful trip “down e islands” in . ati since 1¢ “rics Airways have exte 2 he pute
back-drive to enter the thirties Kinson 16 not out. eams. , eae aaa perating since 1927 Pan American Airways have extended their route:
with Proverbs. Seaforth who re-"° Scores:— . Had Trinidad possessed one more ‘oo launch oe also took many me a eens aoe work .

’ Eis ; : * BARBADOS FIRST INNINGS sharp- 3 sides 2 em to spend a day in S¢ nT oys. “It rene f : i ; i
lieved Norman Wight at the qayioe b Norman Wiaht + ae ehooring forward besides ‘Foenando — cae iN) “Just say come boys “it's freenes from a 90 mile local shuttle service to a global system of 92,000 miles.
northern end almost had Farmer Hunte ¢ Carneche, b Gaskin 1 si re a team —_— . And you'll “see ‘how they run j
caught with his third ball when Proverbs c&b ‘fatoir } lave had a muc more difficuit Travelling o he = aa They'll argue = el dew =" “ie i i : ie ve ‘ Sd m ‘
he drdve out, but did not time’ farmet c Leslie Wight b Patoir 2 task. Ocean Giants who played the their way “7 long nt F ven ind And ich your work wnaene Their Clippers are renowned over all the lands and oceans of the world.
properly and skied to cover, but Walcott ¢ Camacho b Patoir 9 opening match against Barbados steel ete. 4 oak sats eilukteaned. the Because they want to show you
the bail fell between the fieldsmen, Atkinson not out ooo 5 are chiefly responsible for the rise team’ and’ other passengers on mee ce ee ee East and West, North and South, at many, airfields on their global

Farmer redeemed himself for See ah ee oes <2) Ow ee ~ the standard of the game in the trip over. This steel band,| You meet some our school children , ”
this momentary lapse in concen- Total for 6 wkts. 309 rinidad as every member of their «Tha Free French.” are ae fust revelling in fur ; . : ; i i ai
tration with a magnificent cover team is in tip-top swimming Con-way te Marte ee octet | sux chitdren. its «Bart network Shell supply P.A.A. with aviation fuel.
drive off the fifth ball that left , re are 11, 2-32, 3 * dition, Johnny Gatecliffe, captain engagement authorised by sta Aad gare ee Hew wey Fe
all the fieldsmen standing at " “ BOWLING "ANALYSIS of the Trinidad men’s team was Steel Band Association of Trini The U.8. Plane come humming |
attention and cheering it on its oO M R W outstanding in goal in the test dad. Emile Wiliams Away up by the sun ;

g 5 : . iad. E e Wiliams is the leader j rier rt . ess "ER eS .

way to the boundary. Farmer Gekin, 7 44 | series. He seemed suddenly to ap- of tha band, which Visited Bare {oui sce ores, come. PROGRESSIVE AIRLINES USF
later tucked Gaskin away to short Seaforth 2 3 40 o pear in the right corner of th? bados earlier this year. If it can ; a
square leg for a single, sending up 2 Wight 3 : ie ; goal ready to deflect all kinds of be arranged they may pay a short bes wot a oe Ree er : c

5 ne oir 20 39 : + i : - . : vs 1d nothin vey have wo
100 runs in 105 minutes, pL hein 7 0 29 9 difficult shots. Due to his excellent visit here on their way back to} | ave hand Gis ar “ann atin | ¥

: . Gibbs F 3 0 19 © goalkeeping and close marking by Trinida. You'll see their women rus |

Lagging Score : | iW,

The score which had lagged



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behind for the entire play was ‘A MOOSE SCOR KS THIRD Vik 7 Relieve tn nd spun |
now catching up with the -tock f “ f : vou canna give hem
—the second 50 coming in but

axe

30 minutes. Farmer, who had then joined in the








i (By Our Yachting Correspondent) hard, Vamoose made it seem Jason Jones bos ic a soon i.
outpaced Proverbs in the forties, VAMOOSE, skippered by her simple. Swansea 'by conan 1s" soon Said she, W
completed 50 with a gentle push owner Teddy Hoad, is so far-un- Vamoose increased her lead and Breakaway was next, followed by ee how those brave men run
wide of cover for a single, but defeated in the Tornado ‘Trial went on to win the race, finishing Thunder and last, Comet. : . i ‘ OOO.
celebrated this achievement by Series for the tour te Trinidad. 20 seconds ahead of Edril whose Vamoose also won the Second its. Gardena OOOO SESE PIE SES EPIL LD LE ALPL LL DPLODPPPSIPP SLES ISVPIODESS: yoee
lifting a halt volley from the Teddy Hoad’s judgment was very crew, Ivan Perkins and Jackie Trial run last Sunday On that ME Cook ik arena . $
Berbician Chase high overhead good yesterday when the Third Hoad, must be complimented for occasion however, Cyclone was th a bottle of J. & R « sosensaohe y
out of the grounds into neigh- Tyjal regatta was sailed. Vamoose sailing an extremely good race, second and Zephyr third. The
bouring Regent Street, The ball was fifth at the beginning of the Third was Zephyr which went Fourth Regatta of this series, will sponsored by
was not retrieved for sometime race. In the second round she was ahead of Cyclone. She finished be sailed in Carlisle Bay at 10,30
and another pressed into use—the second and after passing the Club about 30 seconds ahead of the a.m. to-day. : ; J&R BAKERIES aae
third ball of the mateh and still mark she took the léad from Edril m



the score had not yet reached skippered by Ivan Perkins.
the 150 mark.

Proverbs completed his
vidual 50 soon after, but this had
taken him 134 minutes, The
score was then 127, A powerful
cover-drive from Farmer, for

makers of
ENRICHED BREAD

Itching, Burning and Smarting Of | and the blenders of
' s e J&R RUM x T H E

inidi~ Eight boats sailed yesterday.

The race was north about in a
smooth wind and calm seas. It
was only Tempest that did not
start. The eee with the excep-
, .. tion of Thunder, were fairly
four sent up 133 on the tins, this punched together at the i

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signifying that the partnership “Cyclone, skippered by Gerald
had added 100 for the third Nicholls, quickly pulled away
wicket in 95 minutes, but “. from the others. Around the Bay
two runs had been added to the Street mark she was still in the
score, Farmer pulled a shortish jead, followed by Edril, Break- | 0 p p e n
leg break from Patoir and was away, Swansea and Vamoose.
out to a well judged catch, Lesli€ Zephyr was then in sixth position .
Wight fielding in the pull. while Comet and Thunder were in i n u { e §
the rear. Cyclone kept her lead F
Forceful Bat around the western mark. On the | Since the discovery of Nixoderm by an )
run to the buoy she was overtaken | finetican physician it bs no longer necessary
ee ‘ i g ; ; é for to suff ly, dis
Farmer who batted with a by Edril. Vamoose also went and deigerne Sia ties sen as
commendable blend of force and ghead of Breakaway and Swansea. | Eczema, Bimples, Rash, Ringworm, Psor- f
restraint had scored 62 during oo am, Seen ae oe ae AFT Seer Ly
his 97 minutes’ stay at the wick- s First to complete this round was feet inferior ‘and cause you to lose your SEFORE nm % x
et, hitting five fours and one six. Edril which had a lead of about riends. Clear your skin this new scientific | to clear your skin—the treatment to make s :
His partnership with Proverbs 20 eee o S7Clene,, eee Sank vou ene aivcunit™ a ne | Faode finedera hes’ brousne "Gouras j % %
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Marshall joined Proverbs, fel , ae. . %
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Sunday, September 23, 1951



AGE GROUPING

A RECENT pronouncement by the Gov-
ernment made it clear that the policy of
age-grouping in the Elementary Schools
would maintained. This was done
despite the protests of parents and the gen-
eral public supported by many experienced

be

teachers

On Saturday, the Acting Director of Edu-
cation met the teachers and discussed the
problems involved. What recommenda-
tions Mr. Theobalds will make cannot be
anticipated but the meeting seems to indi-
cate that at last a correct approach to the
matter is being made.

Eight years ago Mr. Howard Hayden
came to this island as the first Director of
Education and among the changes he in-
troduced was that of age-grouping in the
Elementary Schools, Mr. Hayden was an
educationalist of the highest calibre and it
that his introduction of age-
srouping meant to followed by
other and complementary changes. It is
impossible to maintain a system of age-
grouping where there has never been com-
pulsory attendance or where it is to follow
as part of a series of changes.

is obvious

was be

But the tragedy is that Mr. Hayden was
transferred from Barbados to Fiji before he
had completed the series of changes which
he foreshadowed in his “Policy For Educa-
tion,” And the system has been maintain-
without the other innovations which
were regarded as corollary to the practice
of age grouping.

ed

It is impossible to herd children of ages
varying from 12 to 14 years in the upper
standards of an elementary school with any
degree of success when the teacher is bur-
dened with 50 or 80 in a class and has no
time to pay adequate attention to the back-
ward pupils.

The growing numbers on the elementary
roll, which now stands at 26,000 demanded
an increasing number of teachers; but there
was an added tragedy when the pupil teach-
er system which acted as a feeder, was
abolished. It was this system which had
served Barbados well and which had made
our elementary schools the envy of the
West Indies. It was the teaching of the fun-
damentals by means of this system that the
brilliant record of the secondary schools
had been based. Support of this claim is to
be found in the number of scholars who
have’ brought lustre to the secondary
schools but who had had their initial train-
ing in the elementary schools. It was such
a system which Mr. N, Greenhalgh put on
its feet when he was seconded for duty
with the Trinidad Government in 1915.

The shortage of teachers served to aggra-
vate a condition for which the local system
was not prepared. In addition to having
the machinery thrown out of gear, the load
was increased by the order to add Latin,
Spanish and Mathematics to the curricu-
lum. There seems to have been little con-
cern as to whether the schools were effi-
ciently carrying out the functions for which
they had been established.

The results of eight years of mistakes
have been manifested in a number of
pupils turned out from the schools unfit for
little besides the hewing of wood and draw-
ing of water. Master workmen complain
that many of them are not even conversant
with the tables found on the cover of the
Exercise Book while employers point out
that many of them fail to secure jobs as
soon as they write letters of application.

These are trenchant criticisms to be
made against a system of education which
made Barbados the pride of the West
Indies,

This is not the first time that the public
have been compelled to groan under an
infliction because of mistakes made in
high quarters. When Mr. (later Sir) W.
E. F. Jackson regraded the Civil Service
with six grades it was not intended that it
should remain with these but should be
revised and reduced to three. Those who
follow the work of the Civil Service know
now how many years it took before the
mistake was admitted and the regrading
done,

The same fate must not be meted out to
education. It is true that this island is not
now receiving adequate returns for the
hundreds of thousands of dollars spent
annually. ‘

The fundamental error in educational
circles in Barbados is the habit of making
changes and taking decisions without con-
sulting the people who are supposed to
make the systems workable. The teacher
is the hub around which any educational
system must revolve and it is they who
stand between the specialists in the Edu-
cation Department and the thousands of
children who stand on the perimeter. It
is not necessary that the Government ac-

but it is merely

to
consult their experience. That this is now
being done by the Acting Director of Edu-
that at last the wool has
fallen from the eyes of the Government
and that something will be done to ensure
the proper working of a system which in
the past has repaid heavy dividends and
which is likely to do so in future if it is

properly administered

cept their advice; not
food pol dD

it very sound judgment

cation is a sign



DISSATISFACTION

IT is extremely unfortunate that there
should have been any expression of dis-
satisfaction by emigrants returning from
the United States of America. That does
not mean that grievances should not be
aired but that there should have been any
cause for grievances.

The emigration scheme which cost the
Government $440,000 of which $192,000 was
expected to be lost in the transaction. It
was felt however that the sinking of this
$192,000 was worth the opportunity which
it afforded to young men in this island to
obtain employment.

It had been argued that this was merely

subsidising unemployment and giving rise
to a most unsatisfactory situation at a time
when the reaping of the island’s crop was
in full swing and employment might well
have been found for these who were
booked to emigrate to the United States.

The opponents of the scheme will say
that the unpleasant situation could have
been avoided and the funds left in the
Treasury to be spent later and to greater
advantage. It will however be realiséd
that certain aspects of the situation could
not have been foreseen.

One ground of dissatisfaction needs to
be investigated and some statement made
if future schemes are not to be ruined by
suspicion before they are put into opera-
tion.

It is alleged by some ot the returned men

that they expected to pay $43 (American)

as their contribution to the transport ex-
penses. When they reached the United
States and began to work, they were told
that they must pay $79. The nett result
that the small amount which they expect-
ed to save on the already short contracts
was exhausted by the additional expenses,

There is nothing that the Barbados Gov-
ernment can do to have this money reim-
bursed to these men but an investigation
by the Chief Liaison Officer in Washing-
ton and a statement by the Barbados Gov-
ernment or the Labour Commissioner
should do much to remove any suspicion
that the change had been made with a view
to putting the emigrants in an unfavour-
able position,

Since 1944, emigration to the United
States has been the only source of relief to
overcrowded workers in this island. It has

brought many benefits to thousands

people who had never been able, despite
years of toil, to put by anything for the
proverbial rainy day.

It would be tragic in the extreme if
through some misunderstanding of the
real position suspicion should be allowed
to ruin future schemes of emigration to
the United States,



WATER POLO
WINNERS

THE Barbados water polo teams which
returned home yesterday will be accord-
ed a deserving meed of praise by every
lover of good sport. They won both tro-
phies,—men as well as women—for which
they competed, and the ladies had the
distinction of being undefeated through-
out the tour. This latter team showed a
distinct advantage over the Trinidad
ladies, but the men were much more even-
ly matched. In fact by winning the final
Test—the first they have ever won against

Barbados, the male players showed that
their improvement has been steady and
considerable.

No doubt the contests between these
two colonies will increase in keenness as
they go on, and irrespective of which one
emerges winner, the standard of play must
rise higher and higher.

This will obviously redound to the credit
of the game in these parts, and it is hoped
that in the not too distant future other

putting teams into the struggle.

The strides which the game have made
in Barbados, and the affiliation of the Asso-
ciation to the World Organization forecasts
the entry of West Indians into the inter-
national arena.

It will be to the advantage of all con-
cerned to have the widest possible range
from which selections can be made. In
this way only will the best be culled for
representative honours.

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ous teams not only as such, but as symbols
of a new phase in West Indian sporting
circles.



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| BONN. politicians press the button we
| BELLS are pealing out across pull out whatever plan is needed
the Rhine. In the market-place The initiative is theirs.”

the bright umbrellas have been

Three stages
COLONEL BLANK emphasised
that there were three stages to be
completed before i,onn could make
what is delicately referred to as a



|furled away.

British trippers who cry out on
week-days at the mountains of
eggs, bananas, pineapples spread
‘out on the stalls for all to buy are



swarming Town to the paddle- “defence contribu-ion” to the West.
jsteamers for. a day of songs STAGE 1; The Allies will offer
sausages, and beer. West Germany a “security treaty”

Plump Germans settle in the whereby she would recover vir-
cafes over cream cakes and mens tual sovereignty, Thereafter the

50 items long.
Little girls
little boys in

Allied High Commissions here will
be reduced to the status of embas-
sies. Allied troops will remain in

bows,
leather

with satin
straining

shorts are eating or, having eaten, Germany not to “occupy” but to
are prepared to eat again, ‘Thjs defend her.
is the Rhineland, soaked in pros- STAGE 2: The Allies must

perity and. heavily breathifig further agree among themselves to
peace. invite Bonn to rearm.
. . STAGE 3: The new Bonn Par-
Democracy Ss liament must be persuaded to
raise an army which would join
hothouse the Allies on terms of equality.
THIS, above all, is Bonn, a 7"
|Teutonic Tunbridge Wells, which ri Phe cost
has awoken to find itself the capital _ IF ‘these stages are completed
of Western Germany and a com- by January 1, then Mr. Blank’s

backroom men are ready to put
into the field within 18 months a
crack modern force of 12 divisions
with its own tanks, planes, and
coastal craft. In emergency a less

ing focus of world interest.
Bonn is the warm heart on Ger-
many’s sleeve,
Bonn—but let Town Clerk Lan-
gendoerfer, his 17 stones wreathed



in the fumes of Havana tobacco Professional force might be mus-
as he greets you, finish the tale tered more quickly.
with a lyrical roar: “Bonn, al- _ Now for the cost. The cost of
ways beautiful, cultural, hos- ¥ilding up 12 divisions is esti-
pitable, has been chosen to per- Mated at £2,000 million. After
sonify our liberal virtues!” that, there is the upkeep,

Bonn is the hothouse of demo- ‘“SUpposing the Bundestag ap-
cracy. Freed by Allied statute of Preves,” and here Colonel Blank
occupation troops, riéhly subsf- W@ved a democratic arm towards

the window and
building beyond,
going to pay for it

the Parliament
“then who is

dised by Allied bounty, the Ger-
man virtueseflourish.

But the basis of the Bonn idyll
in relation to the austerities of
London, the anxieties of Washing-
ton, and the intermittent fever of
Berlin is that we are trying to
make the German stomach fight-
ing fit.

If you ask, in
Ministry of War you will be
laughed at. It is the happy way
of things that few have heard of
its provisional equivalent, the
Serviee Office of the Federal
Chancellor's Office, and fewer still
have met ils chief executive, whose
name—and it’s a real one—is Mr,
Blank.

Major BlauK joined in briskly:
“Germany has no money, English
income tax is already what it is,
[I don’t suppose the French will
pay. The Russians (we all en-
joyed the joke) are unlikely to
help.”

So then? It looked as if Ameri-
ca, which P s set a cracking pace
for enlisting German manpower,
will have to foot the bill.

“That is not all,” saiq the
major softly. “There is also the
honour of the German soldier.”

“The honour of the German sol-
dier,” said Colonel Blank, “must
be restored. We are reproached,
even by our friends, for serving
this Government at a time when
hundreds of our comrades are in
Allied prisons. I! is ignominious
It cannot go on.”

The phrase took substance. The
honour of the German soldier, it
appeared, requires the vindication
- of Hitler’s army.’ This can be
jand “Little Willie” frolicked, you achieved only by releasing Field-
j Will find, near the Poppelsdorfer Marshals Manstein and Kesselring,
Allee, an infantry barracks with a and hundreds of others sentenced
| locked door. the field.

| for war crimes in
anger

Bonn, for the

Nylons .. .

| BUT if you make your way. past
the food shops full of glistening
pork sausages, the dress shops
with their nylons and capacious
| corsets, the picture-postcarg shops
with their pussycats and datch-
shunds, through the grounds of
jthe university where the Kaiser



To enter you must make an
appointment, ring the bell, and tn
GERMAN officers,”



submit to scrutiny. Here, in white-

washed offices, wearing tweeds said Major



and flannels sit the planning Blank, “were tried in the heat of
staffs of Mr, Blank. They are anger for crimes against the Rus-

sians. Since then you
Malaya — like the
Indo-China, and t!
Korea have found that’ you
cannot fight the Communists in
kid gloves. Why not admit you
were mistaken? ”

jheaded by General Adolf Heusin-
|ger, former Chief of Operations in
| Hitler's High Command, and Gen-
;eral Hans Speidel, who met the
|shock of the Second Front in
| Europe as Rommel’s chief of staff.)
| Bucolic Bonn stops at the thres-
jhold. In this icy keep are some
of the sharpest military minds in
Europe, There is, for instance,
Mr. Blank’s right-hand man, who;
shunning publicity at present, must
be introduced as Colonel Blank
And with him, when I called la
night, was Major Blank, who
learned his English from a Sout!
Kensington governess.

British in
French in
e Americans in

Fresh trials would bring ~ about
fresh recriminations. A quick
generous solution was called for,
The best solution would be to open
the jails and free everyone, both
the army men and the Waffen S.S.,
who had fought bravely by their
side, - ;

“Don’t think,” said Major Blank,

“You will understand,” “that we are speaking only for
jcolonel said, “that we here are what you call the officer caste. We
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CHANGED SETTING— |
SAME PURPOSE

LEFT: In 1944 General Hans
Speidel discusses the task

ahead with Rommel.
RIGHT: Arms replaced by

cocktail glasses. Speidel dis-
cusses the task ahead with
Professor Hallstein, the head
of the German Foreign Office.

es

entment of the ordinary, decent,
1ot-too-bright fellow who is the
sackbone of our army, as he is of
yours.” In other words, unless
something is done, the Allied re-
cruiting sergeant will knock in
vain.

Now this warning from the new
German General Staff in embryo
takes an urgent form,

So far _ Bonn’s Chancellor
Adenauer has refused to support
demands from ex-Servicemen that
war criminals should be freed.

But now Allied diplomats have
been told that Adenauer will bring
the question up officially when he
visits London next month — no
amnesty, little hope of German
divisions for the European Army
—and leave it on Mr. Morrison’s
doorstep. Then we shall see.

We'll wait

MEANWHILE, the going in
Bonn itself is none too sure, A
strong Socialist opposition wants
to wait until the Allied strength is
raised from the projected 18 divis-
tons up to 50 before West Ger-
many risks provoking Russia by
rearming. German industrialists
have tossed back contracts to the
British Ministry of Supply to have
the word “Defence” deleted in case

of Russian occupation. Some Ruhr |

barons have taken up insurance

by contributing to Communist
Party funds.

In their headquarters at Bad
Godesberg, where Chamberlain
met Hitler, the French are gloomy.
They»point out.that the Russians,
too, have a distinguished German
General Staff, with 50,000 elite
troops, and 250,000 armed police.

What happens if the two militar-

ised halves of Germany eventually
coalesce?

To this the British and Ameri-
can reply is that another war
would require such vast resources
that no single nation 45 or 60
million people will be able to wage
it independently. There is nothing

to fear, they say, from a rearmed
Germany.

It seems we ueed the Germans,
and need puts up the price. The
Bonn soldier his “honour” re-

stored, must still be girded by the |

West with costly armour, Mr.
Blank’s “democratic generals” are
ready with helpful criticisms of
Allied strategy — who should know
better?

The danger

THEY beat the French, they

nearly beat the Russians, An
eventual German commander of
European ground forces makes |

military sense.

“You will realise,” concluded
Major Blank, “that we would not
dream of raising troops for the
Allies in the present situation ex-

cept for the danger from the
East.”

, And even though we all relaxed |
in hearty laughter at my response |
that without this situation no
one would dream of asking them

to do so the truth remains that for!

the first time in their history tb
Germans are in the position o/
having guns and butter
upon them.

P.S.: I have just had word from
Jacob Kaiser, Adesauer’s Minis-
ter for Al-German-Questions.
He says the Chancellor regards
his visit to London as vital in
creating trust. Since I have not
found in Bonn yet a Ministry
for All-German-Answers we
shall just have to leave the out-
come until then,

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; : : : *e to the re ation that e play
re i ion such histori ts as the bout the ere e looking forward very earnestly
: we part than she is usual to t , nt thei » )
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7 I ete *x- ally catia - tot ne ' t ¢ ’ i id as ae Toop, did it ex- referenc pre s to wi
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a ; e eae es sh bane * he a —_ or two actors were quite spinsterish Miss Skillon, more that nobody in Barbados y Dra
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All the actors were good and Pauline Dowding, acting a more silly lines She had to speak ‘el who are rehe>rsing sl annir ~e like “Sex How i
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flowers was much to finicky a lawn. only result in his deposing m« SKTRsEmEe 23, ee } she lestete Gull gel

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making the lawn into my own ind-sleep system and so bound to lead to the creation of The News, 1210 p.m. News Analysis }
hands. When I say my own : : a Ministry of Lawn ae — 41.00—6.45 p.m 19.76 M Applesauce

hands, I mean I took over the I could then apply for the jo 400 pin. The News, 4.10 p.m. teen

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lawn, thus relieving the garden Department. . barn . 4.20 p.m. From the Promenade Concerts, |

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At The Cinema:

“The Great Comeback”

G.H
Be .

The title, FOLLOW THE SUN is a very apt one for the
film now playing at the Empire. It is an extremely pleasant
picture with quiet, gentle humour, and appealin
and plenty of excellent golf.
ticle from the Reader’s Digest and highlights in the life-of
Ben Hogan have been integrated into a biography of this

famous American golfer.

The picture is interesting
because it shows something of the
life of professional golfers who
“follow the sun” from» course to
course where they take part in the
various golf tournaments It also
shows some of America’s finest
courses and illustrates the long
rtruggle for excellence that goes
into the making of cham "

3en Hogan started as a caddy
and from that time, he made up
lis mind that golf was to be his
profession. When he married, he
and his wife started out with
$1,400, a secondhand car and
encugh ambition for all the open
tournaments Ben was to play in
As is so often the case in real life,
but not in fiction, Hogan was not
an immediate success and the
family exchequer was slowly but
surely depleted. His first real
success came in Los Angeles where
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him intensely nervous and
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was between the fans and Hogan's
friend and opponent, Chuck
Williams, who was not onlv a
champion, but had the personality
that the crowd loved. At the
height of his career, Hogan was in
a nearly fatal motor accid and
his doctors doubted that he would
ever walk again. While in the

hospital, he was asked to captain
the Ryder Cup Team to England,
wihether he could play or not, and
for the first time, he felt that the
public and his countless unknown
admirers were really behind him,
Through his own magnificent
courage together with his faith
and his wife’s faith that he would
play golf again, he achieved the
most amazing comeback that
probably any man in the sporting
world has ever accomplished. He
played tournament golf again, and
though he lost the first champion-
ship he set out for—in 1950 he
became the open Golf Champion
of the United States.
Glenn Ford and Ann
play Ben and Val Hogan. Both
are warmly human and com-
pletely ‘ unaffected and bring an
atmosphere to the film that is
deeply appealing and sympathe-
tic. Dennis O'Keefe as the
eapering Chuck Williams sup-
plies some amusing light comedy
and June Havoc as his glittering
wife, and a bit of a pot-hunter,
iz well cast.
I am not

Baxter

a golfer, but I en-

joyed every moment of the film
and I Should imagine that
devotees of the game will find

FOLLOW THE SUN good enter-
tainment,

Woman on Pier 13
For seme reason, R.K.O,’s film
“I Married A Communist” was
ven the new title. of THE
WOMAN ON PIER 13, several
Months after its release. Com-
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23, 1951

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Doctor Hortense
Dissects Hollywood...

LEONARD MOSLEY gives you a news preview
of a lively new

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The story is based on an ar-



REMEMBER Dr. Kinsey (that
old Peeping Tom) and his senza-
tional report on the private life
and morals of the American male’

Well another doctor of anthro-
clue to the public so to the type pology has been making a similar

4 film they will see. In this rummage among the psychological
particular instance, the film has laundry baskets. Only in Holly-
a certain import in that its wood, this time.

urpose is to show that no Com- What do the stars get up to
nunist can ever resign from the when the public isn’t watching
Marty, and the coercive methods them? How many are h appy and
used to hold unwilling members normal—and how many frustratea
in line lead to tensely dramatic and wild? Are there many more
events, like Robert Walker, who drank
_ The plot concerns a_ former himself to death at 34 moiling ovex
Communist whose loyalties have a lost wife? Do they still have
changed, and who has become a wicked parties? .

successful executive in the ship- Which of the players got to the
ping business, Newly married, top by talent and_ intelligence?
ae — js ignorant of her hus- And which by showing off their
panes previous association with curves in the right places to the

the arty. ever, i 5 j ‘

t e Party However, it is not yignt people?

tong before an attractive woman

agent, with whom he had been The answets are given tL.s time

friendly, comes into his life again,
out this time to convert his young
brother-in-law. At the same time,
the Party forces the executive to
vo-operate with them temporarily
in a dockside strike. He is
eventually exposed and his de-
nunciation of the Party costs
him his life. The younger man
is also a_ victim of brutal Com-
munist methods.

The film has many tense situa-
fons and the action moves
quickly. Though more emphasis
could have been made on Com-
munist propaganda procedure,
their methods of enforcing obed-
tence and their inhuman murders
ire ghown in all their brutality
An important feature of the film
ts the exposure of the organization
that takes place to incite labour-
management strife for Commun-
istic purposes,

Robert Ryan and Laraine Day
as the ex-Communist and _ his
wife both give good performances
and John Agar as the young man
who knows too much for his own

by a Peeping Hortense instead of a
Peeping Tom. For Dr. Hortense
Powdermaker, who wrote HOL-
LYWOOD, THE DREAM FAC-
TORY, is one of those professori-
ally persistent American women
who usually spend their lives pry-
ing into the sex life of tsetse flies
or Polynesians or Congo pigmies
Whether she wanted a change of
climate or got sick of swatting mos-
quitoes I don’t know—but & couple
of years ago she trekked west to
California, and made camp on the
corner of Sunset and Vine, in the
heart of the Hollywood jungle.

For A Year

For 12 months she wander
frecly among the curious members
of the tilm colony, hobnobbing
with big chiefs like Zanuck and
Gcldwyn, working out Hollywood's
peculiar taboos with Chief Medi-
cine Man (or Censor) Joseph
Breen, and watching tribal heroes
relaxing in their mud huts.

At the end of her year Hortense





good, is thoroughly convincing. : ae
The direction is yood and reached the disappointing conclu-
suspense is well maintained. sion that for sensational private

lives the Polynesians have it over
Hollywood every time. The
records of Rita Hayworth, Ingrid
Bergman, and Frankie Sinatra
completely failed to persuade her
otherwise. .

“The situation in Hollywood
might seem to lend itself parti-
cularly to a breaking of sex
taboos,” she reports hopefully.

“In one community is concen-
trated more loveliness than prob-
ably any other place in the world.
Here are all the young girls who
have won beauty contests,
thousands of others with excep-
tionally good looks, all unswerv-
ingly intent on stardom.”

On the same programme is an
outstanding sporting event — the
return fight between Sugar Ray
Robinson and Randolph Turpin
for the middle weight champion-
ship. If you saw the first fight a
few weeks back, you won't want
to miss this one,

The Great Missouri Raid

THE GREAT MISSOURI
RAID showing at the Globe,
claims to be the only true story
of the infamous Jesse James and
his brother Frank. I am not in
1 position to say yea or nay to
this statement, but one thing I
van say -—— the film is a violent
and brutal melodré&ma, with the

”

James Bros. riding high, wide

and handsome and in _ their ‘They’re Scared’

lawle i i i

as Stat = wouses So Hortense looks eagerly
Union Soldiers who. allegedly around for scandalous scenes, and
drive the “peaceful boys” to a then dolefully reports : “Strange

to say, success via the sex formula

life of crime which is climaxed

by the first train hold-up in frequently does not work.” ;
America and which ends with _ Not only that, she discovers
Jesse being shot in the back by that producers, directors, and

film stars are positively scared to
Macdonald death of ambitious young women.
She says : “If these men have
with

one of his own men,
Wendell Corey,
Carey and Anne Revere all give

a good account of themselves in a friendship it is usually

the principal roles; direction is someone who is already success-
good and the scenery in Techni- ful.

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food. Look at the Menu shipment has brought Marcasite
arills, French Fries and Salads set in sterling silver in the shape
among a host of others. It’s the of pendants, brooches and earrings
never | Rockley Beach and Residential —one brooch with genuine ¢imeo
enough | Club for luncheons, dinners and sells for less than $4. There are
| after Theatre and Cocktail sup- man y novelties: Ladies’ Fob

| ssuasie Superbly managed by Mrs. Brooches in Cricket Bat and Ball,

usie Burke, formerly of Kent Compass and even Har “a de
Trinidad, the appealing "3 pas f en armonica de-

Signs. One key-chain has a tele-

reputation.”

Dr. Powdermaker manages to
throw up a little more dust
when she deals with the private
life of the women stars.

“In Hollywood _ there
appears to be quite
attractive young men.”

Gay Goings On? .
Does this mean that the “friend | House



a. ton? mabe. -hance °? | Gining-room and bar and upstairs
a Shar” eee se) Chamwe 2 ae | inge and walk-out gallery scopic screw-up pencil another
If a casting director suggests | Provide unsurpassed comfort and kas a pocket knife attached

him for one of the star’s pic- coml luxury, 3 z

tures she might find it embar- | Fron iii. ote deities ait Phone Pitcher’s—4472 and~as

rassing to work with him. It] ine cha . of 2 ‘Ori at iat : { often as not you'll get it. C. S

then gets noised around that she | found ial ae oa: hes, oe Pitcher & Co. have always a tre-

thinks he’s no good — and his’ “ke the Selantal Show ‘ab ae mendous selection in their Hard-

close relationship with her has aids of oesbuck ann High ware Dept. and easy parking in!
front of the store is an added at-

acted as a boomerang.
After all those heady rumours

|Streets. A branch of Surti Uni-

| ted it 25 Swan St., the Oriental traction. Right now the Fire King

of pulsating romance between /Shop features lusk Silk Pajamas Ovenware, Mixing Bowls and
star and star, Hortense has to|for Ladies and Men at wonderful Casseroles (in 4 sizes) have just
admit a prices. Here is Ladies’ Silk Un- arrived. There is table glassware

shame-making truth wai : : .
that these players who win the |derwear—Georgette Bodices and tin cocktail, pony glass, } pt. glas
adulaticn of the world usually |Silk Bed jackets, And marvellous and % pt. glass sizes. And ‘4, 4,
find each other an irritation and |Silver® Filigree Jewellery from and 1 gallon Ice Flasks as well as
a hore. China, delicate and exquisite. 1 pt. Thermos Flasks. See what I
It’s the call of the Orient when mean? Phone Pitcher’s'

Did Dr. Powdermaker find any | you dial 4404, ‘ ‘

h ae

wild parties ? “Not any more | * 2 ‘
than in a small American city,” | 3 _ Well! What d’you know -Wax
she says. |. They’re here! Yes, Sir and is what makes water run off of a

She found that though there is | Madam—three shipments of cars duck’s back. Wax is what enables
a pretence at gay goings-on, |at Cole’s Garage—Hillman Sedans, the horny cactus to live under the
Hollywood's inhabitants as Station Wagons and Convertibles. desert suns, yep. ; And Wax, in any
dull as any suburbanites’ Regarding this last, only two ar- one of Johnson's Wax Products

She takes the case history of | rived. One is sold. Are you snap- such as Glo-Coat fer lino floors
one big star whom she calls Miss | Ping up the other? Never in greater will give you the most lustrous

are

Manifest Destiny. demand, the immensely popular and hard surface WITHOUT
Hillman with it’s big car roominess, POLISHING. Spread it on and
“Miss Manifest Destiny is one | small car economy, is a top-flight Glo-Coat does the rest. And to

of the people who has become A | low-cost buy. A call to Cole’s Gir- clean and polish in one easy action,
victim of her own publicity. She| age 4316 will ensure a demon- Johnson's Liquid Wax makes the
is now in her mid-20's, with lim-/| stration that pleases—thrills! Lots jmpossible possible. Distributed

ite ability, and after many years’| of colours to choose from, too. by K. J. Hamel-Smith you'll =
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struggle has recently become a * * * Johnson’s Wax Products at
star.” Z Ate “stat aloe s Con Cotton Factory,
S ’ Up there on Busby’s, very close Barbados Co-op
She then sketches Miss Mani- | t4 Swan and James Streets, there’s ph. 2089.
fest Destiny’s life through an the shop that ‘Frequently has * *
unhappy childhood and a career Everything’—-Chase’s Dry “Goods ee
as a hoofer in night clubs to the Stora. On dial 3393 and you'll There's. a ty a Benger
> yhen er saw her , : vhere ay Si “You pow 5
moment when a producer saw her | quickly learn of the new shipment Where they ea (believe it or

sitting in a casting director's | q¢
office and gave her a test
dom—and £500 a week—followed.| gurs—at only $1.53 and 36” wide, pull me and
hemstitched Ladies’ little 3 h.p.

Marocain in White, Powder and oil pow y wy
' , sia tee ffect, means; “You
Sar-/ Blue, Rose and many other col- 16t) which, Pit pull you" but this

Motor Tug will do it

or F ‘ * - | rhite , >

The effect of her success on| And -W to a load capacity of one

na ‘ : ing.’ | Kerchiefs for 20c, and white and all up to a io \ y ’

her personality is interesting, at’s something. It’s
a GREE : x Thue | coloured in various designs from ton. Now, that’s som .

says Dr. Powdermaker. “Although |

aoe on rigley Tractor at
hae se icp ie 16c.—these are wonderful value, the astonishing Wrigle;
she has been quite successful as a So, a ae . the Men's Khaki the Chelsea Garage (1950) ae

night club dancer, she now looks
down upon all dancing and
goal has completely changed.

“She fancies herself as a great
singer and talks about how she
would like to sing ‘Carmen’,
She thinks all talk about equality
is nonsense.

“She deserves a big house with
lots of servants. The people were |
born to be mechanics doomed |
to live in little houses at the foot
of the hill. She wants to get
married and is looking for a cattle

i a “pose truck that ope
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Well, can you guess the identity Established T HERBERT Ltd men
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PAGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1951







A LARGE SHIPMENT OF TRACTORS ARRIVE :

STOP PAIN —







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‘Kindness To
Animals’
































ey
he Scouter” yet for Septe ‘
I t e Chief Scout—Lord Row- sa ae
allan h evoted practi the 9 =
whele of his article The Outlook nae
\ He say ‘A Scout tages : i
Animals.” He shc gaa Ww P ;
eee rere ae ee with Phensic...
pain, and should not kill any ani- i a
mal unnecessarily, for it one of
God’s creatures. Killing animal
for food or an animal which is
harmful is allowable”. He goes on >
to say, “Hardly a day passes with-
out the papers containing stories, é ’
even in these days, of gross cruelty - i
and neglec inimals, and while aa
of course is inconceivable that Ses
Scout I i be guilty of these SS
extreme forms, let us be perfectly
clear that neglect and minor
forms of cruelty do often arise in
the keeping of pets, by those who "STA? hn
are not old enough or too lazy t& OUTSTANDING
look after them properly It is Vale oink i he sil dears denne vane
not only a question of feeding . EN e ont yar = easily, ears tongest, , " . . . r
them and keeping them clean, but which, because it is woven HEUSEN, the smartest and the The famous threefold action of PHENSIC tablets RELIEV ES
also of training them in obedience on the curve in special most practical coliat in the PAIN, SOOTHES NERVES, COUNTERACTS DEF RESSION.
go that they may ree cr 10 multi-ply fabric, setssmartiy world —and the most No matter how intense the pain, no matter how weary your nerves,
oun resale” The Chie f' wort ‘ ill day long and looks just famous. Five styles, alll how depressed you feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you relief and
US > . “tS 4 ‘ ps ee a oe +
are particularly appropriate at this a | right whether you ai collars individually comfort, quickly and safely. Remember this PHENSIC tablets
time especially in view of the AMONG the cargo arriving on Arriving with this shipment is vehicles in and out of Crop Season | being conventional or wrapped. First - class neither harm the heart nor upset the stomach. Don’t accept
forthcoming et ee ~— - Saguenty Beeroinals SS. Sum- “Half-Track”’ equipment. With as well as for cultivation purposes, casual. It washe outfitters stock them, substitutes. Keep a supply of PHENSIC tablets by you!
is being organised by the Local}red from the U.K. was a large this equipment your Massey-Har- The name MASSEY-HARRIS is|
Branch of the Ss P CA me Please aumber of the increasingly popu~ ris Wheel Tractor can be converted synonymous with Agricultural, Reclenped Brain Ponte
ge + = ‘Sage a lar MASSEY-HARRIS Diesel into a very much more powerful Equipment being the pioneers in a
and read the whole thing for | Tractors ’ ae - oF i ” th FS
yourself. But what of this “ANI- 7 E unit doing the,work of a “track” this field ang their wealth of know-
MAL WEEK"? 1 do hope all The picture above shows. some of tractor and the cost is very con- ledge is in every bit of equipment a
members of the Scout Movement Gove Me seen) We sate ar on "te Pere on Ass MOWER q ARE oA A \
in Barbados will take a keen in- | 7° 2 ane just prior to GRASS-1 oR, R c>. GRASS- e Y]
bores! in it and help in their own sige taken ver of by their Owners of these “half-tracks,’ LOADER MANURE SPREADER ‘ TWO TABLETS BRING QUICK RELIEF
small we tc make it tl succe distributors—-Robert Thom Limi vithout exception, speak re MANURE LOADE ‘eK . van ase c ° as ae ” .
iP'deserves to be. Tt might be un- | ted, COURTESY GARAGE. highly of their performance ‘and IZER DISTRIBUTOR ETC oh The Original Semi-Stifj Collar oe er aoe yo runt, Ona 6 ous
rtunate it the Friend to} It understood that this ship- proclaim them the “best buy” in of which are available and su; lied HEADACHES, A , IN 5 ;
Animal Proficiency Badge is ne | me nt has been placed, but regular Agricultural equipment of the day. through their distetbuter ry ———— A TYE LOT
longer on the list but no doubt the | shiprnents will now be coming for- COURTESY GARAGE 4
. | ; > a at 4 a f c whose
Authorities at Imperial , Head~ |ward cach month and to ensure _Numbe rs of these He avy _Duty Service organisation, which ‘s
juarters are right in withdrawing | early delivery, intended purchas- ractors are already operating well known, is also backi och |
the Badge because no Scout needs | ors are advised to book eurly throughout the Island as transport i; of @ ’ also backing each |
to wear a Badge on his arm to 7 on it of equipment Anvt. |



show he is keen on animal

‘Kindness to Animals” is a part of PASSES IN Vrom the Courts: Antigua Sugar

the Scout Way of Life and ou

Grout fe a frend to animals? CERTIFICATE “B” Motorists Fined Factory Ends Crop



is The Pass List for Certificate “B ’ a °
Police Scholarship Examination, 1951, of the Depart- For Spe eding (From Our Own Correspondent) -_
, ment of Education is: The ' ST. JC 'S
: Alleyne, (Miss) D. &, of Clifton , The Police are still setting Grinding st Gee eka ntigua
Awarded Hill Girls’; Barker, (Miss) E. O. of SPeee traps. During the week Factory ceased OS 5 Sate Sugar | oe
Southborough Boys’; Bellamy, O. Vet S!X motorists were brought ' 7 ; ednesday, on

wre . ‘ Septe > i
AWELVE-YEAR-OLD Cynthia §. of St, John’s Mixed: Benjamin, before City Police Magistrates aren tee 25.600 ae aoe ny
sb ily |

Springer, daughter of Inspec- (Miss) M. I. of Workman's Junior, 0% breaking the speeq limit. . :
tor Springer was the second child see C. R. of Selah Boys’; Brath- Three motorists appeared be- tanactertenea’ ye at bas been |
to win a Police Scholarship award- waite, A. L, T, of Holy Trinity fore City Police Magistrate Mr. worked without intersupiboats had | s °
ed from proceeds of sale of Police Boys’; Brathwaite, (Miss) M, A G. B,. Griffith yesterday. One, goal would have boone: — ‘ The Onl Pain Relieve
Mag ’s. Last year the scholar- of St John Baptist Girls’; Brath- 5t Clair Boyce of Upper Carl- ceached, but today approximatety| y
ship went to the son of Station Waite, (Miss) V. A. of Beulah ton, St. James, was fined £2 and 50,000 tons of cane remain stein

Sarjeant Howard. He is now doin; Girls’; Browne, E of Society’s one shilling costs in 14 days and ing 25% of which are owned by | containing Vitamin B,

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Mixed; Cadogan, I. L. of Halt his licence was endorsed. He the peasants, the rest is owned by,
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three years at Harrison College M Fort J ; M a :
and the Commissioner of Police te pe Christ ( eal) “Girl ' Bk ‘ae eee a along the Antigua Syndicate Estates sence te ‘
told the Advocate yesterday: “He (Gijmmins. (Mrs.) G. of St ae d acs Rock Road on 4 ugust 8 at Due to strikes the factory was idle | If you want toget QUICK RELIEF
E repérted to be doing very well.” | y te 5 A 4 0 a {m= a speed greater than 80 miles an for ten weeks and now many peas- from PAIN, and also to enjoy, the

Cynthia Springer was formerl) St. 8, irae’ G ms ie G ‘A 1 hour. . _ 4nts who depend solely on their } benefits of Vitamin B, you must
; : 1 of St Ste ‘ ai Girls’ 2 oe rs zi orde, G. A. o Benjamin Skeete of Redman’s canes for their livelihood are | take YEAST - VITE Tablets.
a pupil of § Stephen ; St. Martin’s Boys’; Gill, C. V. of Land, Deacons Road, St Michael, weeping and moaning, | There’s nothing else like YEAST-
tbh She left there and attended St James Boys’; Gumbs, (Mrs.) |. was also fined £2 for Jriving at Within recent weeks 2,000 tons VITE. It is the ONLY pain
St. Michael’s Girls’ School where of St. Joseph’s Girls’; Marshall , speed greater than 26 -niles an Of canes were burnt on Syndicate reliever which ALSO contains the
she won the Police Scholarship (Miss) O. M. of Holy Innocents hour. Estates. They were not reaped but tonic Vitamin B,. Don’t wait-—
The Scholarship is tenable at “irls’; Osborne, (Miss) F. Y. of The other driver fined was Will be left to spring-up again for jo and get some YEAST-VITE
Queen’s College for three years. Vauxhall Mixed; Prescod, (Miss) Joseph Lewis of Ellerton, St. 2eXt year. This disastrous situa- Tablets now.

: oo = Sen J. of Christ Church Girls’; Ramsay
er sister Sheila § ze 1- : ; : ; ;

g tier ; oe 7 heila Springer, : , W. E. of All Saints’ Boys’; Sar-

years old, is also a very promising __ t (Mis 7 Bet eae?

student. The examiner found it Be@n) Cveiss) bd. of St. Lucy's Road on August 17 at a speed

ie it cele aia t} Girls’; Walcott, (Miss) G. of Wes- OSS hi ‘e AR I aber ies. pits

difficult to choose between the fey Hall Girls’; Walker, (Miss) A greater than 20 miles an hour.

> wa

George. Mr. Griffith fined him tion is the cause of a loss of over
£2 for driving along Bush Hall £150,000 to the island this year

Attention to Antigua’s precarious
financial condition was stressed
publicly on the 24th of May last

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two. of Christ Church Gurls’; Winte > :
) ; us 1 ; ntes’, b os aehintves tas ; ’ vhen His Excellency Mr. K
Sheila, who was formerly at St. » r § Ss ames’ Girls’ Police Magistrate Mr. C. L. ¥ icy r. K. W
Eeiksaih Civils’ te'aleo how. going Wehbe seach ws aed Te Gir Walwyn imposed a fine on 23- Bldchburne stated, “The Govern- COLDS, CHILLS,
son’s College, f year-o d George Jones, a labour- Men s ina worse financial posi-
to bn genta Lie ie Oe Oy IJ, only’ Mahon) C. H. of er of , Mapp Hill, St. Michael, ae on iy nae been since ei RHEUMATIC PAINS
ete Re ee heat Bk ee es va? teeta, who pleaded guilty to a charge "9" 4 o ve given a specia
{% opened at Charnocks Village, St, Saviour’s Boys’ passed, of stealing a belt valued ten shil- 97@9t by Britain to pay for its or- | RELIEVES YOUR PAIN *YEAST-VITE*
Christ Church, near Seawell, on — a a lings and eleven pence. ‘The belt dinary expenses, and YY ) be
Friday, September 28 at 5.00 p.m. again. On this occasion it was jg the property of Messrs. “4 m~ pone. sienealling MAKES YOU FEEL WELL % ) My oe

The Church Hall has been kindly towed in by the launch Planta, DaCosta & Co, Ltd. ADVERTISE
A

lent by the Rector. The mate of the Franklyn D.&., For causing a disturbance in a

This club will be operated three Alfred Raimie, told the Advocate row boat Mack Clarke, alias IN THE
days per week for boys and three that when about 25 miles off Bar- “Hop-Along” and Leslie Redman 7 ¢ =
days for girls. It now brings the bados the main boom of the ves- were each fined 10 shillings with ADVOCA TE

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number of Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs sel. broke. He said that he expected an alternative of 14 days’ im-











































in the island to 11. they would complete repairs and prisonment by Police Magistrate rn ne a> | « E54 454 66¢ $5.6 5554 6455555555665 655S55555555566566654 -
The Paetivstenah told: the Ad- ma sbont next eadiiestay. : Mr. G. B. Griffith, i + o isa aan alae i ie aaa a GOERS SSOP POP OOSOS ee
vocate that tickets for the Club’s € NLY FIVE vocalists, instead of ea eer e pened A pas ‘s| QUALIFY FOR A GOOD JOB IN - - - ist v
raffle are selling very well the usual six, took part in the 15 shillings on 46-year-old Doris 7 6. nin YIN 6 el q ‘
On Friday night the Fire Officer Local Talent Show at the Globe one a uznoeneenes. of eee EN GUN EERIN G | Hout rl x ¥
gave o talk to the boys at the Bay Theatre on Friday night : : vy os naic ae ie ee see w culty Complete Home Training at Low Fees Cet: f * $
40 a ¢ s e + ve . ae g ar S be - ? a } *
Street Club on ‘Fire and its Dan First prize was awarded to hat Y on Moise. Gi a ns , F + $
Ker ” ; Nex Friday night Chief Carl Best who sang “May © The m on Eloise a MECHANICAL CIVIL 18 c X
5.P.C.A. nspector Torrezo of Good Lord Bless and Keep You.” TES 1 EVO. ‘7, ELECTRICAL STRUCTURAL ae > —-— 2
British Guiana will give a talk on ‘Ten-year-old Douglas Griffith, RATES OF Sama NGE AUTOMOB i ae Segall RS %
ae et Animals.” who sang “When Your Hair Ha Sunday, Sept. 23, 1961 pipe eg eT * jx S
! , 1 the week the Turned to Silver,” was awarded 63 3/10% pr, Cheques o No PASS N PEE. 7 i i 4
Schooner Wrenkiva D. B.iwes the eeebod pric’ Ue ee Raion oe. | iS cee eee 3 THE UNDERSIGNED hereby notify importers that %
Rela up in port hile * "ates "Th h e a ’ highlighted by Demane Drafts 61 a5 pr Send for FREE 80 PAGE BOOK, specifying your particular interest, to % x
¢ 1 port while crew e o Vea ghiighte > Sight Drafts 61 or. 7 he Principa -- x ‘ £ ¢ : $ .
searched every corner for a stow- the Guest Star, teenager vOrvil: @8 a/i0% pr. Cable ; nciee ane rAbiw “RESvLTE CoLLEGR, x they have been informed by their Principals that due to the high s
tway. It manages to leave port on Granderson, who sang “Be My ® 8/10% pr Fonanin ce 9 a “i Det, A.02, Tuition House, Londen, 8.W. 19, s 2 i 5 : i ‘
Friday, but yesterday it returned Love” and “Bless This House.” Silver en, ; is cost of operations at this Port Bills of Lading covering all goods %
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Is T Ri pond ea am hi Mas * shipped from the Continent and Scandinavia as from 1st Septem- *
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$ 5 a
x POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of under 88 Ibs. x
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er” 1% whichever is larger with a minimum of 50 cents. x
But where are they running? x x
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DO YOU LOOK FORWARD confidently to a good night’s RECORD BREAKING SALE is Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not x
rest regularly, or do you toss and turn and try all through 5 % Warehouses) of the undersigned for calculation and payment of x
ihe long night to get to sleep, unsuccessfully ? To Secure the Bargains they never bargained for from & these charges s
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will naturally feel the effects next day. You w - and irritable pia: pain i} g
and unable to comment id thane ateniant, TROP ee td eee These merchandise were specially ordered for the is GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLY ON PRESENTA- :
‘ 4 a i PP hy opening day of our Record-Breaking Sale, but alas! 1% TION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF LADING SHOWING =
HELP YOUR NERVES to recover their balance . rebuild them they arrived late, but not too late; for Saturday 22nd 1% ¥
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combination of Thiamine Chloride and Phosphorus, specially adapted for | a tified cuitceners x Cee Eecbsinate at oe 1s $
the treatment of all nerve disorders. YOU EAT WELL, SLEEP WELL, | ei hens r1X S. P. MUSSON SON & CO hr ., %
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TWELVE : SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMB .
CLASSIF TEI DD Ao wT eee | GOVERNMENT NOTICE lb cae ee
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YELEPK ONG The public are hereby warned against | TRINIDAD | HELP | | GUEST HOUSE
“s ii a iasiidhainstileil eving credit to my iwite, Gwendolyn Stay Sa GUEST HoUsE |— ~ Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent} OPPOSITE HASTINGS ROCKS
‘orde (nee e), as > nold my- a - | Bi a iat at tn’ 4
For Births, Marriage er Engagement FOR ALE s€lt/responsible for her or anyone else o(e bes Bros, 47 Park Street. SALESMAN_with some experience of |@nd Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1951, No. 16 which will be fel. 2021. L BOUZNE,
winotincements in, Carib Calling the contracting any debt or debts in my Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, Dry Goods Dept lad of good | published in the Official Gazette of Monday, 24th September, 1951. | Manageress.
harge is $3.00 for any number of words) ji1 11m charge weele 12 ceate and} nome unless by a written order signed by Centre of the Town education an and anxtous ia erie an le 2 naa “Olas 7 of |
up to 50 and 6 cer its "per word for wo 96 cents Sutdays % words — over 24) me¢ 2.9. 8I—4n. | to succeed, wal seeive ev ry gncourage- 2. nder this Order the maximum retail selling prices i]
; ms ih. Phone = . . JOSEPH FORDE, | t pply: otter & Co J “ . » a _. >; 7 ow ai * 3” s |
wadittonal bl Dm. 3113 for Death| Words 3 cents a word week—4 conta o Clit Cottage. | To meet numerous requests of our| yarhill Street 23,9 5i—an. | DeWitts Kidney & Liver Pills” and “Matricaria Powders” are a
ee ly after 4 p.m word on Sundays; St. John customers, we have opened a _ section — féllows: —
Notides only 8 22.9.51—-2n, | for custom made shirts, pyjamas, pants, MISCELLANEOUS rn ee aa oe : ee
ED AUTOMOTIVE shorts, ladies slacks, boys clothing ete. | yc (reat ie ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM |
DIE Having at our disposal the facilities ‘of a ret | RETAIL PRICE |
4 . . 600. Ve od ‘ etere facuny: we-are able ty, offer! ~~~ ha, mecurea tt
ALLAMBY—Elizabeth (Lity). «Yesterday; CAR—Fiat 1949, — 1,504 4 Wins iea2. PUBLIC SALES prompt services at exceptionally reaso: LOAN £9,000 5 - Re - - |
fternoon at her residence “Airlie”. | condition, reasonably priced aa able prices first mortgage. Yearwood & : a és DeWitts Kidney & Liver Pills] Small sizéd bot 14¢ |
Cave Hill, St. Michay, Her fur by athe : Ten cents per agate 'ine on week-days; Reliance Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot. | 19.9.51-—4r ' ° . . 4 : ‘ |
Maven Em la'e. "Stephen's atiurch| “GAR LAudlin 10 HP. M1804 good| and 12 cents per agate line un Sundays,| Palmetto Street. Phone 4764 ET eaten 20 a i oth = es 1.3
“ ‘or St. Stephen f I ‘ened > AN PE - wi oe
Br ineccment,. condition, Apply: W. MePherson, Tudor} tame 80 on ae = OU siilietchstieddtchiatsninsicncinamiscmconemeoe: |. HOUSE—For extended period furnished | Matricaria Powders .. Small box 36c.
Frank snniss, Violet Tnniss, Ivy Inniss,) B-idge, St Michael eee F DENTURES —Can't Eat, Why my| house. Three bedrooms, modern conve- | ————— |
eae eae ~“CAR—American Austin 7. New tyres. Dentures ‘are broken. Well. you can | Miences, attractive area. Julian Garrett. | 29nd September, 1951. j {
23.9 51 Cine ats 19.9.51—t-f£.n. have them skilfully repaired within Phone 9020 and 8564. eR See To castes N ae adie ailieciatihis i
TT ES three hours. Where? Square De = Sj
THANKS CAR—Singer 9 Sports, just overhauled REAL TATE Denture Repair Service, Reed Street WANTED TO mae e 7
SN i d= sprayed Mileage 25,000. No 22.9. 51—2n Me a a ai oH oe |
STIN Th ndersigned gratefully | feasonable offer refused, Contact George re ——— naval Officer ann ; or ud
Ave thanks to attended the weheul, “Public Works. Teil. 4389 or oppeatia Birathelsion Cine nadine NACAMCS exit 22: seplibie Segy te | Sreones. See seas” ae i role L DO
funeral sent wr r in any other} cole & Co 22.9.51—2n on 30,000 square feet, upstairs four oe for uae OmeeL Levene spe |e ea ae ne agg, le
*xpressed pathy with ther | ? . ‘ollowing qualifications:—Higher ‘er- | Go ourse for preference. astley, 3
een yore fon of the passing of Mr CAR—One Morris 12 H.P. Five good oe AB 4 yeet, atten 4 a Int seeds Sas cirahe rat | Stas eeegueeias hn ROYAL RE FSERLANDS The M’V “DAERWOOD” will
stanle s ‘ of Chapman's a ce *os- ? ntermediate grade cert t ———— —— AMSHI /
— aS Pa) aaa. oe ee oe Seonnink tare ‘Dini| Kitchenette, kitchen and large ctore-| Rook. Keeping or Accountancy At Rice | Twelve (12) PROPERTIES for awaiting STE P CO. accept Cargo and Passengers for & Ce.
“Clarissa Holder, Orman Scott (step-| Ro polltan caaram 22.9.51—an.] TOOM. arden, Kitchen garden, fern! 5 years’ commercial Book-Keeping and | purchasers ranging from £500. to £2.500, SAHLING FROM EUROPE See, eee ee AL.
_ 3e1r house, garage, large enclosed yard and| 4 ccountancy experience. Experience in| Come in and list your property with! | MLSs. HE € 7th September 1951 Passengers only for St. Vincent. A.F.S., F.V.A.
23.9.51—In. | Cin _1967 model fluid drive Dodge} °Tenard with bearing trees semen preparation of Financial Reports, Profit| The Ebony Realty and Commission |s.s, COTTICA—Sth October 1961 Sailing Thursday 27th inst. es
ria | Sedan. Condition perfect tyres as new. | , 51m | & Loss statements, Balance Sheets, | Agency Clement S. - Auctioneer, SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND The M/V “MONEKA” will ac-
GORDON--We beg to return our grateful | Foie reasonable. Can be seen at Silver| "Ase ABOUT D. F. DE ABREU. | 2%d8et_preparation and Statistical work. | Marhill Street, Din} 500 eka tsa AMSTERDAM cept Cargo and Passengers for
thanks to all those iriends for Ui] Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4226.| piaL 3111, No Boosting! No Rail-| A#¢ 25 to 30 ae 2" eu ieee | — _ SAIN "TO PARAMADE o Nevis. and st Kitts Selling Fri: FOR SALE |
na@hy and = var Sree ring 2 Jackinan 19.9.51—6n. | roading! No Duds! Re-Sale Values| **/@TY Teduired to “222” c ea | CE 8; SEADONatith Gonaee Dee % Te de as Se Pe
y astenond ‘Gordon, ise. of Buss | Assured! IN NEZSON ST.. BY Bus) ___ e i NOTICE . SAHANG TO TRINIDAD The M/V “CARIBBEE” will ac “HOLDER'S HOUSE”, St
{ Eastmond Gordo ate ~ ‘ 3, > 3 ———-- am esiniinieas AML J “ “” “ y '
Hatt ‘ t. Mic hael ELE ECTRICAL ce aye. Stone Pi as VACANCY exists in reputable firm in | PARISH OF CHRIST cuuRe n PARAMARIBO AND BG. cept Cargo and Passengers for James, An Estate House built of
Fnid Gordon (sister), Mrs. Iris Griffith | — ———— mone | ESN |e IN NEL SON pt ea! Bed. Trinidad for a competent Lady Secre-| APPLICATIONS will be re oe (@t!) M.S. BONAIRE—24th September 1951 | Dominios, _An ‘Montserrat, stone with pine floors and shingle
tnd Mrs, Gwen Harper (aunts), Anthony |” CROSLEY REFRIGERATOR New Yoors Cottage With Land, Camveniences, | ty, © ‘Executive. Only those fully | MY office up to 3.00 p.m. on Monday. | §.5, COPTICA—2nd October 1951 Nevis and St. s. Sailing Fri- roof. 3 reception, 5 bedrooms,
(friend) 23.9.51—-1n. | U.S.A. 7c. ft. $505.00. Dial 4616 IN TUDO BT: os Courtesy Garage. 19.9.51—6n Swo-Story Business Premiil & Resi- capable of taking shorthand at 120 | Sr caaiae “avaren be caalary oe-@eaeo was a ee ‘aie ] BW. SCHOONER OWNERS’
KNIGHT —- We the undersigned beg to ae * ar r words or ovef, per minute, need apply. ay a he 7 ASSOCIATION (INC)
. 5 fed the Ep q R -— 616 Osc 807{ dence, all Conveniences, about £2,600 — = a ve | per month. M.S. BOSKOOP—30th September 1951
a Oh eet nay Qe Taha Buy It. AT BRIGHTON;| Writ® enclosing photograph to “KXX" | "ony copiés of testimonials (which | < Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
funeral, sent flowers and in any other] Pinal 40 watts, good condition, complete Can : rs i + heel > ee. c/o Advocate. 22.9 51—4n | wom Te be rerernedy are TeqQawea and S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.
way expr od their sympathy in ourf with Microphone . vert ian ee — aaa pc TN we edakeinan a will ot be-neeeianry to” -Seewael Agents. hogany trées, outstanding
recent & vement Lashleys Limited 20 Swan Stree! fi ficiency with the attraction of “Holder's is the
Millicent Knight (wife), Billy Knight 21.9.51—3n pee so a ee cn! Bee EDUCATIONAL | Sup hestions si BS aeente titi eunis i e . . e very lovely site whieh lias’ the
enka Una Knight, (daughter), Elise rl Siete mail "Two-Storl Residenc! Mifcates should state particulars of advantage of being well elevated
ee 23.9.51—11 are Se ae Warsi Mentter both’ Se in of "Main hanes one hae | Saws an thétr applications and be. ; re- a 10 and cool, with fine views on all
a i 2 ents, Oven an a « Drawer Se . z a WS |
—_—— gna eee “offered at a special al Very So ae Gee joa4 “oe £2, —? NOTICE wred to produce them if required to | meme Stes. ‘Coast. & im aan a mile
J i. pid furnishin: ats «or 2 y has abo os
IN MEMORIAM Bungslows. John F. Hutson Lid. 2 Acres. AT BLACK ROCK; A, MOO! | The sugceatut candidate will be | Sails _Sails Sails Arrives _ Sails “LOCKERBIE HOUSE", Brittons
22.9.51-—2n.| Property with or without the ‘ LOBGE £0 y _ preauired fo serve one (I) wear on Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados ’ =
LICORISH—In loving memory of our over 1 Acre. BY er: ee The school will re-open on Tuesday, | probation before appointment to the | CAN. CHALLENGER 10 Sept. 13 Sept. pat 22 Sept. 22 Sept. Cross Rd,—Fine example of a pre-
beloved mother Mrs Josephine A Stone Built House with over mber Ith at 9.45 a.m. | Setablishea staff. LADY RODNEY - 19 Sept. 22-Sept. 24 Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct War 2-storey Barbadian home
Ligerish, who departed this life on FURNITURE (Not all Arable), for ‘nae sig0,| New. boys not yet examined for | WOOD GODDARD, CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept. 1 Oct on 0 Oct 11 Oct, pevvading am stmsenbare of inet
the 2ist day of September 1950 ABOVE T HILL; A New| entrance will present themselves at the Clerk, Commissioners of Health, LADY NELSON - 10 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct low solidity enchanced by the
Asleep in Jesus oh for me FURNITURE—One (1) Birch Morris} 3 Bedroom Concrete Bungalow, all Mod-| school at 10 a.m. on Monday 24th | Christ Church “Old World” garden in which it
May such a blissful refuge be drawing room suite comprising of: 2] 6,5, Conveniences, Under £1,200 ~Can| September. Boarders are expected for | 16.9. 51—4n. , stands, The covered porch at the
Securely shall her ashes lie Rockers, 2 Chairs, 1 2 seater setteé) Fy it AT LOW BAY STREET.,| dinner at 6 p.m. 24th September . | etecetecsnnaticmmnnmntpshtnncstintainatts tesititidititeimandtmmmenass® NORTHBOUND front of the house is but one of
To wait the summons from on High | vith upholstered duniopillo cushions | _ ‘Seaside 2 Bedroom Si Built One CYRIL E, STOUTE, Arrives Sails Arrives A s Arrives the pleasant features about “Lock-
Mrs. Ruby Pilgrim and Mrs. Ottie? ang centre table, also Birch dining | storey, Conveniences, Kleal for Business Secretary, Barbades Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal erbie" and on entering the lounge
Hiréwood (daughters and family), C.\tapie and 4 chairs. Practically mew | i¢ Converted, Under £1,000.—Can Buy It Gov. Fedy, Lodge School. LADY RODNEY . 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Oct 1 Novr an unusual central stairway in-
Piigfim (son-in-law) 23.9.51—10 ] phone Mrs. Parkinson 2730. AT THE GARRISON; A Seclusive 3 Bed- 19.9. 51—3n variably receives favourable com-
noooaoeeat 16.9:51-8n- | room Stone Built Bungalow, A-1 Condi. in The M.V. “CANADIAN CRUISER” is expected to arrive here|] ment. The separate dining room
PRO OPP LAOPPTVS Son, AY BAST ee Sec NOTICE about the 24th September, accepting cargo for St). Lucia, Dominica, j]} the smail study and long wide
POULTRY — ae Satine ain, ee “REGENT HIGH SCHOOL” Don't let morning and night cough- | Bermuda, St. John, Halifax, Charlotte Town, Quebee and Montreal. verandahs. A property well worth
i ae en (One a _| Pine Rad. near ist Avenue, Belleville, attacks of Bronchitis oe asthina ——— viewing if real value for money
-. ‘nD ies oe Other-—Partly Stone Built in A-1 Condi-} Win pe opene PN om S
pened on Wednesday 3rd Octo- sleep snd SNEOO another day is wanted
N m4 See ae soon uaty, west. , Hon), Both yield over $100.00 p.m. aMAl dee, New pupils. will be admitted for | without works “re the ,
kines Pag gmevneres Hertea” S| Ori” eao Can Buy thom. AT WAVE | enfagne eatin os enasg” 30 Gacis | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Asents. amin eee ae
James. Dial 2316 S| GARDENS; C This and Grasp ) October, at 9.00 a.m Modern Bungalow constructed i
rr = " Only Under £3,100—Aimost New 2 Bed- Privaté Tuition after 3.30 p.m oO ingalow constructed in
TO ELECTORS OF THE LIVESTOCK room (possible 3 or 4) Stone Built Bun: EB. BROWNE 1999 with 18” stone walls and
galow, clusive, ew, Orcha Principal . i
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o Ich] Flower Garden, about 11, sq. 23.9.51— 95 2h
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‘| Apply K. Corbin, c/o B.T.C_ Paddock. caer and diming rooms, verandah, | School in wri he Seem! Sent ta
2 22.9.51—3". Tied bath, kitchen and servants room. 4 eee re Tentne cenit attaehind
— a aa gorage, self-contained of modern design | nn "thos
oak MISCELLANEOUS Dial 4321 or 3231. 26.8.51—-3n | t, the Le et
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ee ANTIQUES — Of every description] CHATTEL HOUSES Each with 2 a apenas oS on oo Peter eek gd
’- | Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver] Bedrooms; can remain on the _ spots required to devote her whole time to
| Watercolours,’ Early books, Maps. Auto-| Prices attractive. Apply C. M; Green-| (haus oP see rate quivaf-class
3 | traphs ete, at Gorringes Antique Shop | dge, Roebuck Street Dial 7 _ activities The salary offered fs £600
y . adjoining Royal Yaeht Club ws per. annum, 5 re wae of ae he
3.9. 50—t.f.n. deducted as rent for @ partie! r
‘ “GARAGE One galvanized garage he idence in the schoot @r@unis
| CEDAR BOARDS—Best quality. Near Site-ene sheets as good as new. Size aera is provided. ane the ae of the
Beckles’ Dye Works Chapel Lane 16 ft. 6 ins, x 12 ft. 6 ins. x 84t. Apply | Headmistress, The Headmistress i not
r 4 23.9.51—1n | to L. M, Clarke, No, 12 James Street. | 9 Ciyia Servant, but service is penstonable
—eetteataetinmitteteinttitee | Phone 157 29.9.51—IM. | under the Teachers’ Far ag a
: *KETER LEN a ee ae " ~~ | contributions are payable, bu >
Sante Beeneway Soon Shep at Oe.) “HOUSE—In good condition 18 x 10. | mum qualifying period is’ ten yeaes, Ser-
Beet at en “21,9.51—2n, | Dial 3309. 23,.9.51—2n. | vice at Alexandra School fen Reaches |
' csthiatatetetat eatin iintatemcatitaiiiaa dees Yn ———<-| qualifying under the Engfts! P
wo FOR SALE Supc.annuation Act.
COTTON THREAD in Khaki, Brown, ‘
PROPERTIES IN Passage expenses to Barbados, not ex-
Grey and Black 200 yards $110 Goan | FONTABELLE, 3 bedrooms ceeding £200, will be paid against |
zeels, oe alien Bh os on 9.51-—3n. BELMONT, 3_ bedrooms appropriate vouchers. A_ term's Jong |
ee oe cae :]| BLACK ROCK, 3 wee nia mel leave is granted every five years on
nena eatetetine
on one acre land with cow stalls, water) request, but up to the present no pas-
EVAN McGREGOR WEBSTER COTTON FUGIETTE — All Purpose) mist, electric light and water, Dial 2047,| sage money is available for leave.
ide poem tee? ee ou it nie R. Archer Me Kenzie in Victoria, Strest. Applicants should forward a statement |
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only 56 cents per yard, cata 1. Date and place of birth.
. : KIRPALART, 52) Swan Street, MODERN BUNGALOW—On bathing] 2. Schools and University attended,
I will be offering myself as 33.9.51—1n beach, 3 bedrooms and all conveniences 3 Degree, giving subjects and class}
" DAY SON & HEWITT'S FEVER| [Arse Plot of land. Srey, 9 re a 4 Renate study including |
56 7 Bi . Ox c ; st- r.
a Candidate at the forthcom-| yixrurp—Used in the early. stages of Site ok Py sd Pai ggg Rag Senna
distemper will give that pet dog o enema (if any).
‘ ee am ‘youre quick recovery. 2/9 per bottle " D AND SHINGLE HOUSE 5 Teaching experience with dates|
ing General Elections and Obtained at Knight's Ltd UH whee aieaohne Built with pine and positions held.
; ; i 23.9.51—In.] terial in good condition, Tweedside 6. War Service (if any).
taking this opportunity of | Road. At present occupied Joseph St 7 Participation in out-of-class activi-
, ON eae OK ocd ciretive tarp, Bardia Svoverte. & C9. tad. I rs
soliviting your support. that worry some trouble in the ears of i canaabaanchiecsnclitresmummniontaniieapaaind 9 Ago en perariok (if any).|
A dogs. 2/9 per bottle, obtained at a are interested in buying or ti edical ertificate of fitness. a
I intend to run under the] knight's Lta 29.0.51—In | . tines property, chattel house or a spot| 12 Copies of three recent testimonials.
= ——1 of land, you should get in touch with| 12 The names and addres:
banner of Labour and if elect- | .,HAMS—New Best Quality Hams @ | p-arcy A, Scott, Real Estate Agent and] ,, referees, | i Contineae|
$1.29 pet Ib. Dial 3435 or 4333 Auctioneer of Magazine Lane. Prompt| |The statement tomer ed to a covering |
R Cole & Co., Ltd., BOSH OGh Pereee sa! attention is given to any business placed one oh application }
> ‘ a —{ > }
ed, 1 will endeavour 6 serve . in my hands regardless re ei stat tote Candidates living In the United Kins-
LIPTON’S *EA—All teas are good} 2¢ buying 1 have an extensive dom should send their applications to

which you can make your selection, in-
cluding One Acre of Land at Cave Hil)
near Girls’ School, and several spots at
Maxwell and Belmont Road, For any-
thing in Real Estate see D'Arcy A. Scott

to the best of my ability.

EVAN McGREGOR

teas but some teas are better than other
teas, If you want the best tea that
commands the largest sale in the worl
as stated on every package, and which

PtenGReS aN” Save et pata th Babe | ee Setary, *Riwand’e. Shan

LIPTON’S TEA, Save that part o " = € . |

label indicating the weight and exchenge Dwelll ‘oe called GPO Box 243, Bridgetown, Barbados,
WEBSTER premiums 1 om |, Two-storied wall Dwellinghou B.W I, by Sist October, 1951

(the residence of the late

pas for valuable gifi “WESTON”,































































at Brighton Road, Black Rock, 200 yards | ®ided by Government funds.







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Speightstown, Barbados, Bt.

The Governors of Alexancra School

giving the following particulars :—

the Secretaty, The West India Commit
tee, 40.Norfolk Street, London, W C 2 to
reach him by the 30th September,

Candidates living in the Carribean area

1951

























ICATIONS for the post of
Kids. Apply:|1% Seaside). Contact Me for Almost| invite APPL

GOATS: Minch re viiiaee. St. James.| Anything in Real Retate, “If 1 Gan't HEADMISTRESS. The new tei |

cig %2.9.5l2h.]-—Who Will?” Call at “@live Bough,”| tress wi be required to take-up the

Hastings. 23.9.5l—1n,| appointment on ist January, 1952.

Alexandra School is a day Secondary

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chn F. Hutson Ltd.—Agents }
Mrs, Norman Bascom), situate in
¥ . 22.9.51-—2n |
Gall Hill, EE J srratiiciybe, St) Michael, The) POETERLIC NOTICES |
PIANO One Foster Piano in perfec! | House stands on 16,770 ae xt oO} |
5 * if land, and comprises ose allery , ‘
St. John. rae auaee to ka! We Mine drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &c Ten cents per ge we on wala
A tl Sh Victoria St downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
Auctioneers Shop, ae y3.9.81-—-1n.| room, upstairs. Garage and servant’s| minimum charge $150 on week-da
— -ollsiaatial: > rooms in yard Electricity, gas, and | and $1.80 on Sundays.
Le Loe ALES LSE mean 7 C Government Water installed,
, ae wate SEEDS—A large variety of Frest | Inspection any day, except Sunday.
} Vegetable Seeds on sale at Collin’s{ by appointment with Mrs. Maynard NOTICE \
WE ARE BUYERS Drug Store 21.9,51—n | Alider, Dial 2670. iat Wiss det, x5 sa ith
| We buy anything connected with Wain” Diet amie. eae 4 pac competition at our ofhes, James SAR oe ep ee
ni by public compe J wt Santa ha
3 s ; ; ELS—Used f ‘ » As from the 10th to 29th Septembe
| STAMPS, Sheets, Singie Stamps, ake cs. Maye a ers Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep- 4051.0 the office of” the. Parochial
Collections,’ Accumulations and mouth wash and gargle, is ar ber instant at 2 o'clock p.m, F
| Gevers, Good prices Paid at the thing for the preventative of sore | teniDer Instnn a ge BOYCE Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays
| “CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY throats, 2/9 per bottle. Obtained | acheter. | oF Nes te
| 2 , No. i Knight's Ltd 23.9. $1—1n ; : g ASER,
| 3rd floor, No. K, Swan St 15.9, 51—10n SLNeiiat Pedeieicar
. i in " . “YACHT — The well-known yacht St. John,
: 3; 3 “HI-HO"” with dingy. Can be seen at AUCTION 8.9.51—6n
{RRR ° | vacht Club. Offers to Mr. D. A, Pile $$.
at Carrington & Sealy’s Office By public competition at Waverley.) THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
DAY'S NEWS FLASH 21.9.51~2n | Gibbs’ Beach, St. Peter, on Thursday, TURAL, BANK ACT, 1948
- » 27th September, at = p.m. To the srepners Raising spwetelts Ui
, * One 13 ft. Moses ati against DO a antation, St. Pe
WATER PISTOLS FOR RENT Cae & R. Moose ix mements. eur| Sate Wotan thet te temas cote
: AT: board Motor, above Plantation am about to obtain ©
’ K HOUSES J. HOWARD, | joan of £500 under the provisions of the
JOHNSON’S Government Auctioneer District F.| above Act against the said Plantation,
STATIONERY } CHANDOS— 2nd Ave., Belleville, Fur- al ela respect of the “Agricultural year 95
abit nished. Garage. Phone 3460 or 3026 ? ‘ ye r the
wT tos || sete | UNDER THE SILVER | aericuinmat Aide Act, Iso the sh
4 UF vetiencneenncnahemiiiisaiad ts
SAUCERS CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approves HAMMER Act (ns the ease may be) in resp
and SA er tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay Si‘ On Thursday 27th, by order of Mr. V.| such year. ‘
° AT ; 2 Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Al) * SOuRhWen ial duces his Furniture Dated this 22nd ie ne eee ee 1
~ dern conveniences. Apply on premises | at “Nairn”, * 4, SEet
JOHNSON’S ae 3.8.51—t.t. whieh includes Less
HARDWARE . «| very Good Dining Table, Upright Chairs, 22.9
‘i " FURNISHED ROOM in City, (Male | Waseon, China Cabinet, Ornament aa
0 nannnhnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnensted preferred) cool, quiet with running | Tables, Mird 7 tee a oe | NOTICE
ECOSOC SOOSSSH | Water, Write “HH.” B.” C/o Advocate | TIP-Top Round. Table, peamen ra The road leading from the {
SPOOL AAP PO PISS Ys | Advertising Dept 23.9 51-an. | Doors) with Desk and Drawers (old) | THe road leading trom eat
» 4 style) all in Mahogany, Glass and soenae YB sex Ti Pla g ¢ 7
7h “a Saucers, Rugs,| corner ¢ isse ant » is
‘ ~ MAPLE VILLE, St. John, from Ist China Tea and Coffee Manos, F el to vehicular traffe until further €
=v | October, Furnished, newly renovated, — mar fog oe Patuaiven, By order
x ere ee wigs Fey ng fae - Rooks, Double Bedsteads with Simmons Commissioners of Highways and
% N & S \ ark do oa .. , . Ng ie â„¢Tand Vono Springs, Mird. Presses, Bureau
‘ OW AVE = J | Barbados. Can Buy B. Rock, Oistir }and Vanity Tables, Child's Press — all Pa
3 NEW 4 d Bedstead . Sass = 9.3.61—4nf} i, Mahoweny, | Peiited ane kee 2 5
and renewe sedsteads, and Presses, reens, s st
Q Springs, Laths, Bureaus $15 up, S| _ SEASIDE BUNGALOWS — At Gibbs| 2” z “Burner Perfection Oi! | 683999SC8S9S9999S9399969
o > ¥ Aquarums, Three
st Wardrobes, Cradles, Morris, Tub, Beach. Belair for Month of October—[ stove, Larders M,T, Washstands, Cham- g x
Rush and other Furniture, Mo;tis Wismar for month of November. Good} ber Ware, one Double Dunlopillo Bed, N + x
Spring and Springiike Cushions, sea bathing: Telephone. Apply Mrs. J and other items, FOR SALE
Tables, Sideboards, C1'na, ‘sed- Bruce Weatherhead. Telephone 3144 Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash, | x %
room and Kitchen Cabin ts, Vash- ¥ — x r .
A noi *% BRIGHTON: One 3 bedroom ¥
Gas “gases neat % ruly Setned Diet aan St Lawrence | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. 1& Bungalow All conveniences, x
Q Marble Slab Machines ¥ 14.7,.51.—t fn. Auctioneers x Serene) Ceclh | eae are %
for hand and treadie, Chain and & 23.9.51-2n. | ead ah ‘. aa oO 2 4
Jockstiten and Bootmaking SI, THE ROSARY—Cool and airy “4 + 1% sented Wrccans, at Sas %
% Wonder (Wr cartaaiaee Dial tora. LOOPVPPOS POV POO DODIGISS | SS Seaside, Als conveniences. £700 x
; 23.9.51—1n. | & % tas, a Pamily ‘Residence %&
2 PIANOS g sinensis ati E 8/3 tb) Sry Family - an
* Impressive WALTERS iron 9 SUB-LET FOR OCTOBER. x OPTICAL NOTIC | near Sea 2 bedrooms. Ring 3
imima: Piano. Resolinding tone. x BELAIR—Gibbs Beach. Fully furn- x $id ST ONTABELUE: Well-built
Sparkling keys. A pleasure and Qj ished. Refrigerator, 3 bedrooms. Phone | & ee | Bungalow — 3 bedrooms. All con- ¥&
a treasure x 4644 from 8 to 4 and 868 Oe aes mS I beg to notify my Clients and ¥ |X venier Attractively priced. %&
* Moderate size, full volume & 9.5 n1% NR) & Ring »
STORY & CLARK popular %& S_the General Public that my Office ¥ $ CHR! CHURCH Subs %
Piano. Good Wood and Better & ‘. . %, ‘ tial Residence standing or In ¥
Music-BUY NOW % hile dace amen 2 ence mansue.| x will be closed for Vacation from % x acres land Good Bus service »
. SF y 45
& % | CHIROPRACTIC & September 1th and will be re- RLY maT, GEORGE :.. Country: Ren >
° % metavd corrects diseases of ayes, % s * @ dence on 1% acres land: 3 bed- ¥
x ILSON x | ears, nose, throat, lungs, stomach % & opened om October 5th S % Troon Governn Water. Elec- ¥
x " . S| and kidneys; also headaches, knee }| & ‘ i % trie Lights—Near Bus Service. ¥
xR ~ , % | and foot troubles. Dre. Ferreira, ) WESLEY BAYLEY ° Ring 4563 s
% SPRY ST. % | “Chiroville’, Upper Bay Street, ¢| 4s woe, le CECIL JEMMOTT ~
i : % (neay Esplanade), Dial 2881. Free |< High Street. 9 | % : . oe
x DIAL 4069 & consultation Qi sy 13.9.51—4n S| % 38 BROAD STREET — Phone 4503 &
* * eis © | % .
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RALPH A. BEARD

F.V.A,

REAL ESTATE
AGENT

FOR SALE

Large three bedroom
st Lawrence Coast with
bathrooms, large living room,
gallery and ample kitchen quar-
ters, Private sea bathing on one
of the most delightful beaches in
Barbados,

Two storey
house in St.
bathrodms,

house on

two

three bedroom
Peter containing two
large dining room,
delightful living room and study.
This house is situated in a very
cool position and is within a few
minutes of the sea. There is a
lafge gallery which is open to all
the advantages of cool breezes.



Attractive four bedroom
in St
stairs
ceNent
nouse
ised
rooms
kitchen
detached
garage

Large
limits
fnto

house
Peter with a delightful up-
gallery that affords an ex-
view of the sea, This
has recently been modern-
and contains three bath-
and a modern = styled

Servants quarters are
and there is a two car



residence within city
that has been converted
four self-contained apart-
meénts The present owner has
recently built a separate cottage
in the grounds. This property
stands in about two acres of good
land which is planted with fruit
trées of all kinds.

Two storey house at Britton’s
Cross Roads standing in about 1%
acres of land with delightful
gardens, The house consists of
three large bedrooms, bathroom,
breakfast room, dining room and
living room, also. geod kitchen
and s?rvants quarters There is
a spot of good building land next
to the house which the present
owner has retained purposely so



that the view should not be
blocked,

Newly constructed three bed-
room bungalow’ with spacious
basement in Deacon's Road. This
nouse stands in about “4 acre of
land and is close to the sea. The

modern construction and the loca-
tion of the house offer a bargain
at £2,500,

Ultra-modern four bedroom
residence on the Maxwell Coast
containing very large living room
with terrace, two bathrooms,
breakfast room and modern
kitchen, There is a two car gar-
age and s@€parate servants’ quar-
ters with own toilet and bath. The |
properiy is enclosed by a high
wall and has a right of way to
the beach



Delightful three bedroom house
at Top Rock with two bathrooms.
large kitchen, living room and
wide gallery, Also two-car gar-






















age, modern servants quarters
and laundry. This house stands
in a very cool position and offers
a magnificent view of the sur-
rounding countryside.

BUILDING LAND

FOUR ACRES of
near the Paradise Beach Club.
This land is reasonably priced
and could either be broken up
and resold in spots or could be
used for agricultural purposes.

CHOICE
miles ot
property

of a smal)

level land

Also 64,000 LAND _ within
Bridgetown This
situated; on the brow
hill which ensures all’ the ad-
vantages of a magnificent view
and of cool breezes

FOR RENT
ROOSEVELT

ft,
two

of

on Maxwell
Coast .consisting of three bed-
rooms each with running water,
living room, bathroom, large
kitchen, servants’ quarters and
garage Fully furnished = with
refrigerator, telephone ete. Avail-
able October Ist at a reasonable
rent.

FOR SALE OR RENT



LARGE WAREHOUSE in the
heart of Bridgetown with a floor
area of 7,000 sq. ft Ideal for
storage of sugar etc

Bis further particulars apply

F.V.A.

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

Lower Bay Street
’Phone 4683.












































































double bedrooms with built-in
wardrobes, Kitchen, pantry, ser-
vant’s kitchen, bathroom with
tub and shower, solar heating
installation, garage and 2 ser-
vants rooms. The grounds of
about “% @h acre aré 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.

GALVANISED RAIN WATER FITTINGS
Try ---

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

CORNER BROAD & TUDOR STREETS



“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd.
A spacious 2-storey stone house



built to last with the type wf

( ALADIUM SHOW (Perey wong: Our Customers material rarely seen to-day. Ac-

i d F anon ee. ty teen:

alle: , 2 rece n, din room,

WHITEHALL, ST. PETER am riends 5 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry,

e storerooms, garage etc. Well -

: “Te commended at th thy reduced
in aid of St. Peter’s We will be closed for price "aac a

DAILY MEAL” Stock-taking as under: BU

ILDING LAND. St. James

Open Daily 10.30 Grocery Dept.— Coast.— An unusually attractive

p au y a.m. to Tuesday 25th Sept. plot of land approx: 1% acres

5 pan, adjoining “‘Miramar,” St. James

Wholessie Lept.—
Thuwsday 27th Sept.

S. E. COLE & CO., LTD.
27 & 28 Roebuck St.
20.9.51.—3n

Available to approved buyer.
Other building sections from a ‘%
to over 4 acres also for sale on
this coast,

“COUNTRY HOUSE”, St. John
—A pleasant 2 storey property,
stone built with shingled roof.
Completely redecorated

From Saturday, September 8th
ENTRANCE 1/-
to September 30th inclusive

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:

this property would be eminently
suitable for conversion into a
Guest House, Low figure required.

“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,
long gallery overlooking lawn, 3
bedrooms aid all main services.
This property offered at a most
5 ata figure to effect an early
sale,

PUDLO WATER PROOF CEMENT
FOR DAMP WALLS

lt has been Tested and Tried

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

“ BAGATELLE HOUSE”, St.
Thomas — Attractive 2 - ‘storey
country house with approx: 43
acres plus additional 3% acres If
required. There are 5 bedrooms
2 lounges, dining room, 2 enclosed
galleries, 2 bathroom: kitchen,
pantry, servants’ rooms, 2 garages
and various out buildings. This
property is well elevated and com-
mands excellent view of the St.
James coastline.

“THORPES"”, St. James This

massive property, typical of a by-

gone age, is the ideal home for

someone who wants

rooms and quiet country sur-
The St. James coast

N. HB. HOWELL
Dial 3306. LUMBER & HARDWARE Bay Street





Town is 6 miles. Offers invited

“WINDY WILLOWS”, St. James
— Delightful bungalow house with
open verandah commanding mag-
nificent view of sea and — —

and servants’
in basement. Offers considered.

Caen

RENTALS

“IN CHANCERY”, Silver Sands.



EXERCISE BOOKS 40 and 80 pages
PENCILS and PENCIL BOXES
DRAWING BOOKS and CRAYONS

“WHITERALL FLATS", Cod-
CHEAP FOUNTAIN a agen Hill, St. ane :
RULERS and ERASERS eos WILLOWS” Prospect,

GRAPH and SCIENCE BOOKS. 1 “PERASANT HALL coTTacr”,
t > _ % Dayrell's Road, St. Michael.
Large assortment of Text Books including i RAD BOU4E” St. Lawiwsce

LAYNGS ARITHMETIC BOOK, Complete
ROYAL READERS and SCHOOL PRIMERS
GROGRAPHY OF THE WEST INDIES
PITMAN’S SHORTHAND INSTRUCTORS.

DICTIONARIES
French, Latin and Spanish.

ROBERTS & CO.

| No 9 HIGH STREET—DIAL 3301

on sea.

—

WANTED

ESTATE—Productive Sugar Bs-
tate with good House in vicinity
of £20,000

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

PLANTATIONS BULLDING
Phone 4640

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: recently.
ery ene 2 Bros Accommodation comprises 2 living
X ss rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, pan-
¥ md «ny, storerooms, garage, servant's
S DEL XE SHIRT RQ} gs quarters etc, Wide lawn, numer-
x X12 ous fruit trees and good vegetable
, F ACTORY & x Pa garden. Well recommended at
y oly iy
* ~*~) % price quoted,
% - In aid of
x g “RICHMOND”,
% DRESS % St. Winifred’s Building Fand. a oes consented ye
¢ ‘ stone house with wallaba shingled
SS SHOPPE s, x At St. Winifred’s School Pine Hill roof and pine flooring; well placed
% X on Saturday 6th. October 1951 on corner site. Pleasant lawn,
| ¥ . % from 3 pm. — 6 p.m. flower beds, kitchen garden and
x SPRY STREE x % many stalls will include large yard. Accommodation com-
% ‘S Novelties and Toys — Households prises 2 lounges, dining room,
% CAN supply Individual & —Neediework — Plants and breakfast room, large kitchen, 2 ~
$ Blouses, Shorts, Beach x Eiowers - eppoks. — Sweets - SS ie 5 erat 2 baths,
2 . " akes — rink 1 . ages and ser-
% Dresses, Play Suits for child eaaeen ei eemrases vant’s quarters, Very suitable for
® ren. conversion into flats or boarding
rs There will be the Wheel of house,
* Orders also promptly X Fortune and Lucky Dips for
s . \% Boys and Girls. “CAMBRAI”, t, St.
executed. Vis Prospect,
> % By kind of = James, — Large 2 storey stone
Shirts supplied in 2 hours for = Se eee cated on oven % in dete of weed
individual orders 2 coast land with 160 feet of sea
Special attention to Tall and 3s Admission ; Adults —1/- frontage First class sandy beach
%& Big Men sizes 17.to 19, ris Children — 64. and good safe bathing. The house
% DIAL 4474 % s % has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
R x s <4 rooms on the upper floor with
COO O0 200 ereenanre, SEROBRGEBEE6SGCSSOOOS | BOSSE SEE OOIOES Sroina a ore nae on
joor, our opinion
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Cantata; Castles in the Air. ? pom. Mr Overcome these troubles in 24 hours and : LAUNDRY STARCH, SMALL THERMOS Ww JARS,
eT In BBC Programme, known to B.B.C. listeners including | quickly restore vigour and health. take the VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS
Pica sauna dies ae see Sunday 23rd Inst. Matthew Halton, chief European | Rew scientific, discovery called Resere i AEROSOL FLY SPRAY
BELMONT—11 a ; : correspondent of the C.B.C., Ty-| & i a t ¥ }
tT wm. Rev. M ys = R. Sao. € ~Yy ~ t rone Gut > Rich Di } seetindente nner remake Guaknhaai ») . . anne
ee ae A. 8 noma. s Carroll Levis returns to the ve Guthrie, Richard Dimbleby ou (El 30 to 2b canes Seeman ae anenee P.A. CLARKE — JOSMNO po itan larmacy
dons Vee ae See P. B.B.C’s General Overseas Service and Wynford Vaughan Thomas. | Back. Got Rogene from your chemist. The 1) : be d ne) ee .
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Thomas. 7 p.m. Mr. C. Best ‘Carroll Levis and his Discoveries.’ be on the direct beams to this area
oon. Pee Mr G. “Harper 4. E. Levis first introduced his talent- as it will be broadcast at the same |
) , Si spotting show to B.B.C. listeners time as ‘Caribbean Voices’ but it
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p.m. PM i . ne on usual at 7.15 p.m.
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viee, Preacher: Mr. O. R. Lewis:7 p.m. On Sunday, 23rd. inst. in which that here is yet another The F. B. Armstrong
Evening Service, Preacher: Mr. ©. ‘Luckie’ Robinson takes part. He feature programme on that day Led.

weenes will be heard along with five other 23rd. inst. is ‘The Ultimate Sridgnown.

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Preacher: Mr. W. Swire; 7 p.m. Eve- acts. n’ telling of the 1924

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SHOP HILL: Evening Service, Preach- The Royal Tour of Canada be- 6, the narrative, reports an a}

vieé, Preacher: Mr. A. Alleyne. 7 p.m 7 rs dition. In the broadcast the pro- |
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Meeting. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. .C.M.G,, Local Chief Scout, will!
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WELLINGTON STREET — 11 a.m, e § ames Nationa japtis . . :
Holiuess Meeting. 3 p.m. Company 7? #.â„¢. Evensong and Sermon. Song J Registration Day |
Meeting. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting — Preacher; Rev J. B. Grant, Time is running out ang fere |
Preacher: Sr. Major Gibbs, > is another reminder about the!
CARLTON—11 a.m. Holiness Meeting. NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH OF GOD |. . ' 7 , .
: 5. m. Company Meeting. 7 p.m SEPTEMBER 23RD, 1951 return of your Census Forms etc Illustrated is Model

Salvation Meeting. Preacher: Captain RIVER ROAD: 11 a m. Service; 4p.m. Saturday, October 6th, is your MAS 319, a 6-walve, 4 waveband, | ¥>POCOESOSISGSS9OSO SOO 9V PIS SIS IS SFOO 9 FOO FFF SOOT

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p.m, The Chairman will be Mr. J. tour, A report on the tour will @& ™r ‘ et ef, A a s
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&° Sahliseianee ae 38 Mc Kenzie b Barker 20 ks ten times less likely to be bald a , A v . an | morning with headache, fatigue |
Alleyne b Gre 0 C. White b Barker 6 ‘thah a non-drinker, He usually is [HE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL 3) 3% cnt diedaes . dade an $2.16
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f " F re) H. Barker 2 9: @ 4 are for the most part mere y AS |
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156, 8 for 160 Sean : } madness ‘Bis ; of Imperial Measure. rs ; } & cS L d
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TEXT MADE COTTON PRINTED CELANESE NEOSIL CREPE DECHINE

PRINTS For Children’s Dress Wear A gay setting of colours
Well known for Quality in 36 in. width @ $1.49 per yd. Now selling off @ $1.17 per
a large variety of patterns POPLINS yd.






From Saturday 29th for 21 DAYS
AT THE





















































from 69c. per yd. A Fine Woven Material SHECKE ‘ ’ oe : 4 ~
Also English prints fully ‘Suitable for quality Shirts In Noncl seechtin ada 4 be!
Suaranteed not to fade. $1.05. per yd. sold exclusively by us. Now
$6 in, Width at 59¢. per yd. arn Ome ten $1.43 per yd. 4 t
FUGEDTES f eee hos ;
An every day Item great in A most serviceable material HEADS OF GOVERNMENT CASH BATH TOWELS SEASON'S LATEST HATS GREAT SAVINGS
demand from 47¢, per yd, im mild shades. Now sold DEPT., Institutions and in " White only with Coloured phese will be something to Children’s Rayon Panties —
up. ” @ $1.20 per yd. particular Almshouses, here Borders @ $1.18 each talk about. 2 prs. for $1.00
DOMESTIC “PENTS” is. <4 on Sere to : ra ; London Fashion Children’s Cotton Panties—
36 in. width as low as 39c. In plain Cotton. These are pean ae eee ae LADIES’ SHOES aon ; Styles — both in 2 prs. for 86c.
per yd. Cut Lengths of Materiel in Whit “oT Rt: Our reduction in this line Straws and Felts Children’s Hand Bags — 1
Coloured and White Drills Prin ed Shirthig 7 c. per is tremendous! Completely for Tc.

FINE DOTTED VOILES Specially imported to sell at yd. over stocked. Prices from Baby’s Diapers — 3 for 96c.










































haste ae a wear greatly remarkably low prices, —— Shirting @ 79e. per 5 per pair. Also open- Gold and Plastic Belts — 2
0 98c. per yd. about 2,000 pieces. From YÂ¥@- up during sale. for $1,00
SPUN SILKS 72. p . Cambric @ 59e¢ er yd, . ‘the 2 - .
In a variety of anaéils ~ oT ee te Dark Usidnree "Drills @ American Style Shoes in Seecen 2 Ballerinas
rices ranging ~ , CREPE-MORCAIN 98e d Multi Colours — 86.64 per umps — 715¢. a pr.
Pp ranging from as low : . 98e. per yd. : Boys’ Shirts of $1.00
as 78. per yd Pastel Shades — such Val- omesiio OF ibe, per Sk pr. Also coming — Suede * ae ee ee
cas te ’s are unhear f — PO ous. mee Tee 9 . : = 7 Ballerinas: Shoes always Art Silk Panties vadies
é SEERSUCKER 00 get 4 ao “© White Sheeting TO OPEN RULES TO BE OBSERVED TO WIN $50.00 Wantuitetionhs nbc a? 4 4on fon ed Ladies
Big Flowered. Ideal for " UP DURING SALE. These In the first place ONLY ONE (1) PRIZE of $50.00 IS GIVEN. Our Sale of Saving. Nylon Stockings Ranging

Bed Spreads. or House HEAVY SILK SHANTUNG

. : fasts for Yt days, from 2th September — 20th October Phe Customer
Coats 36-in. width @ $1.27 Creamy-White only. Rip-

3 e214 who spends the largest Amount over $5.00 on each day of the Sale for
the Poor, If you dial 3131 4) Consecutive Days will receive the prize of 850,00.



prices are particularly for from $1.58 per pair





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‘ ing reducti — 95c “rT A eae . Art Silk Stockings -— 2 prs. 1
per yd. a ne ** PEF We will take your order, If no one qualifies for the above, the customer who spends the largest . CLUBS, AND for $1.00
An Arra r Speciz ; ‘ deliver P : > er $5.00 on the Majority of days of the Sale will receive $25.00 “ST HOUSES ‘USSORE - x
ne yoga “NYLON DRESS and Deliver Promptly Amonnt ev © $5.00 on the Majority ays of the 8 = a . a _TUSSORE eaisl) Mamilanen a wks. d
gorgeous shades for that MATERIAL” BUS CONDUCTORS Bills to the effect must be presenied not later than 23rd October, at ‘Ve Ofer ae amas For Work Suits 56 in. Gents’ Straw Hats — $1.00 i
next big Excursion, Opened 4 Bridal Material in appeal- DRIVERS, PLANTERS, s o'clock in the afternoon Table Covering 72” Wide @ ‘Width. Now $2.37 per yd. _ ;

up for the Sale @ $1.15 per ing soft shades beautifully AND ALL OTHERS peti i eo $2.77 per yd. DARK COLOURS IN PIN caeneeees of dollars of

d. designed @ $4.78 per yd. . ae : : 2b talc ies ‘ STRIPE c STMAS GOODS await ew
Peg lo, SoS Stock Fort Khaki: Drill. is PLASTIC TABLE EPALIAN CREPE ROMAIN | BteeRFas: Towels) 0G) 860: %:) ' you at the - -

A VARIETY OF ART SILK A BEAUTIFUL the Best in Town, and our COVERING A Chos of Most Ladies each. Paper Napkins—25c. Navy Blue & Brown Suit- a +1 .

In lovely pastel shades. Too FLOWERED CREPE price is cheaper a $i 44 45” Wide i Nines Dakters one ae ice dhahao, 36 “a pack, and Face Towels @ ing. Now @ $3.79 per yd. MODEL STORE

many to mention in detail. Styled as the Festival of per yd. This Khaki is the © gy'9, Be

tanging from $1.00 per yd. Britain — @ $2.59 per yd. Best for Uniforms. ik ht dhe width @ $1.47 per yd. Cloths by the Dozen. for (1) pr. pants. Streets





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I'M.I TMii SI M>AY AI)VM 111 si Mm -I I'll Mltl.lt a. 1951 Cahib galling mm mm mm sm tarn COMING SOON D )( r;oKPON PACK I PDA Bl flM Grenada Colojnial JiMpiUl accompanied by his wire sre among the passengers in transit through Barbados yesterday l.y the Oae e atlie. Dr. Pate it enNMH to the U.K. on holiday after which he will take uo %  new jp' at Gibraltar A farewell luncheon party wa ; given In their honour t ta .M .*. '-'.'-*.*-'*-,'> '.'.'-*. *. *,','.'.'.'. ::*.*.*.*.:'. :*-•.'.'* *'-'-*-': .,,,,,,.-^ Fully KMOIIT — lUy WIltTUEV f. Ills Bxi-e Boys Tue. U WLU 4.30 & B. IS ACTION-PACKED DODBU VVONNF. DE CAIILO ROD CAMKHUN "THE LADY OBJECTS'' MIKFI. CONRAD in "ARCTIC MAN HUNT" Filmed 111 the Icy lUMl "I Alaska •llll-IISD.W On,. | M anil 015 1 •ODD MAN OUT" I .. %  id BLACK CAT" JOHNNY WEISSMULLER JUNGLE JIM PYGMY And The On-thc-Spol Story of the Guy in the Hottest Spot on Earth "A YANK IN KOREA" Starring Lon McCALLlSTEH with Wlllum Hill" I'lllt.l.ll'S Hfl i ne*. 4.30 and 8.13 Columbia Action Doubtr i,KM: At THY KIM; (F THE TOW HOYS In 'INDIAN TERRITORY mi WARNER BAXTER tn "STATE PENITENTIARY Kxcrmmfr RUNS HIGH Opening FRIDAY 28TH •KANSAS RAIDERS" II O X Y TODAY TO WEI) I U I I IS II ill our 1'unlomfrs pltnim•/• thiii our ItvpartmvntK u ill '< %  CLOSED TOR STOCK-TAKING an follows:^ l.uiiihir .mil II.II il v\ .M. — Tui".d>. Wi'dm-diiy and Thursday. 2nd—Ith Ortnbrr rlimlaliiiii %  — J K %  i> 1" — Tuesday and Wednesday 2nd and 3rd October 1 ilil.lrOil Sales—Tuesday. 2nd Oiliiber—inoriini!; mil, (Deliveries from 12—I p.m.) Our office will be open to business s imual. TIIE II VIIII VIM'S O-OI'I II V I IVI l(UTI\ IMIOUl LTD. way to nnc at the Koyal Free I London She i on %  %  nurse. Married In Canada f 1[.Af>IOLI %  r..d the l*-r ../ Sl John's Anglican Church re.er.tJ. when Joan, youngeM um.ghter of Dr. and Mrs. I-. il NM-holls of Christ Church. Barbados was united In marriage to MamVL only son of Mr. and Mrs M William* of Trail B.C. Hev r. C. Musson peiformc<; Ihe ceremony in which the bride was given In marriage by hot hrnther-in-l,.w. Mr. Wm. Cornyn. The bride was charming in .t gOWB or parcdment-whlte nylm Ivor] iiin. fashioned with an einl>ronJeii*\ Di ilK.UV. For travelling the hnile wore %  %  suit with brown acces*•' ; for the past four vrfc, lefl veiterday morning by r.C A. for Canada to join her husband who is in charge of a large •ii part of the famous Ludlc Ollfleldft in Calgary. Alberta She .i* accompanlad by her four children Anne. Olive. Stella and Mr Lag who was living In Bar" %  %  %  to Cnnadi $\x M Trinidad Nune %  For 1 reti. ii'li' ago. Student Returm #R DOUGLAS PHILLIPS of 1*1 c.rr i..ida who was here for (he put wart slaving at Super Mar.(.uirat House, left by T C A. rajgardav fnr Canada to continuo Ul lUadlai in Agriculture at Mc[>.,i. .iid luii.K, He had spent the greater part of hi* summer vacation in Grenada with his parents who had passed through here last week on their wa> in Canada t<> reside UNDER THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE! KANSAS RAIDERS I.'HIKES Coi aillKlMll ft _.TMI CURTIS • llCI'll lld< IICIlll IMC Mil IIS! NOTICE THIS IS TO NOTIFY OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING AS FOLLOWSPierhead Hardware Store :sss TUESDAY 25th. WED. 26th & THURSDAY 27th inst. Corner tttore A Sal.s lleptisssi WEDNESDAY 26th & THURSDAY 27th OUR LUMBER DEPT. WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOU ARRANGING YOUR PURCHASES ACCORDINGLY I hiiiil.inif t/l'll MANNING & CO., LTD Quiet Wedding O N Thurvlaj last, 20th September, Mr. Timothv Augustus Jack' How. 11. Jnr., .ii of Di rimothy A. Howell of "Howelton", Ihe Morne. St. Lucia and MrSimmons-Howell of "M..i Hastings, was married quletl) Ii Misa Constance Stella Fordf. -iimghter of the late W. Forde and tin Kniii. Fordi ..I UnssaUnrri St Vincent and slsU-r at '•'. Forde. Barrister-,it-L;w TIM ceremony which wm pi'rfninu-i I. Daan Hasdewood St. Jame-' Church took place nhortly after 3.30 p.m. The bride who was given in marnage l>> her brotherin-law, Mr. Ivan King, looked charming in a simple white silk %  inklc-length dress with a lacu yoke giving an off the shouldi r effect Her veil wag BOOr-Mngth mid was kept in place l>> onmgi Ploasorru. She wore gnl.l aectatones uiid carriod a lioiiquet I antnurtUin lilies She was attended by ior si.-dcr. Mi Spoourr as Matron-of-hon'n.i ind her nieces, the MisseH'Wie and lletty Spo>nei. war* tna DOWW i ; i %  duttaj of bu tnt au Ml 10 Mr Alwyii How.lt brathti 01 the groom. The ivccpUon .is held at il • home of Mr. Chai Philip and the honcynn-. spent al Silvei Sands. Mr Howell is returning to Cuncao svhara be II i %  rhfl C P i M while hli bride U returning to St. Vincent and will |o(n him later in Curaroa. In Aid of Hurricane Damage F HESHMF.N and Ihe UnderRrudualCk from the University College .f the West Indiei who aie bore on holiday arc holding II dance at Hie Y.M.I'.C. nn Wednesday. September 2fl. This dance la under the patronage <>f Hi.s Kx.eilency ihe Governor, and the Polled Band Dance Orchestra a/UI ph\y< A loi <>t dumage wal their Common Room and Gymnasium In the hurrleana leal miKith. and any money made a" the dance will go lo\ aids lepail < 's DOa live hundred invitationnave beafl sent out. and it is hoped that the dance receive (be %  upoort It Back To Trinidad M RS. MADGE ANDEIISON whose husband is with the Sales Deportment of Mcssis. QoroM Onurt and Co.. Ltd.. Trinidad, returned to Trinidad on Friday evening by B.W.I.A.. after %  Sanding I holiday here. 'She was accompanied by he: little son. Mrs. Anderson i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kidru • of lyde. Barbadian Planter M R. JOHN MARSH of Bannatyne plantation. Christ Church, returned by H.W.I.A OH Friday from Trinidad wheie be had spent a holiday He are .ccompanied by his wife .y Mrs. Emiin MR AND MRU JACK HOWELL To Study Engineering M R GUV MARSHALL who lias just completed his education it Harrison College, lefl i. ibe French ss (iascocnr For Mere he will | gineonng with Mi i of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton U M R. ISRAEL PASTERNAK ..f Wort hi nu. H'A foi Canada. Hiinaone to -'• %  Hi (oil I'llivcisllv Married At St. Matthias O N Tbui Ida} Bepv rnbei M *1 St. Matt) b .a 43a Mr. Victor Bn U arul Mrs Mci vn I of Hlndabu Miss Doret'i. M % %  %  %  % %  %  %  v BlUotl Hlnaaon wore a dm i %  h Rev. M. E. Gnfflnhs Tt of beatman were parformad Mr. Brard Brewtter whUa tbosc i. n to Mr Frank icr. Mi. An %  Canoeth M %  .'esidenee erf llv Alkins Road. %  I <• BIB Hua i gbt Regret Leaving M R JAO ': Arthur Hodgson, two members of th who brought out the ': Vanull'Mvta • now Iving in %  om England for Mr. Uishinan now resldturned hem* •aateroV rnorrung m the $.$i,s., .. r ^, spending two and a Carl thai lb I %  and reiving to leave. %  Iher two member' who :h the Yacht, reI ai • i week II iln, Commando %  the matt. (Beer MiI -f engineer of %  Mi Hod) -on was Spwnt Summer Vacation M ndving in England and ... returned yeteiHa% %  Ins by T.c A aftei spending the wmmer vat ette i rela%  > i AmODg tboaa leaving were Mi. John Codnrd, son of Mi and MrCactl G'Xldarxl of %  Ke1lnlngtOl^ %  -• %  doing cits l .1 Queen's Kingston. OnUU i". Ill %  r .>f Ml gad tar 'f Pine House. Pine Hill who is do •/ %  ( % %  ui I'MIM rally; Mr. Ceorag i ..f MiKol^rt Upaai Rock Who is returning Watson. Michael 'jiit: bar hhlrd Hi me Be % %  McDonaM Colbsae; Mla> Pat Zepblrln, daugbtr of Mis sttlia Zepbirln of tlie Bteeaf I her third year in Home F ,1 Aeadla In Nova ,; o'ia: Mi* Margn I>wding. lugbter of Mi and Uri HA >f Lower Estate juid Ml %  Eutabem Skeetc. daughter of 1 Mrs. R B Skeete of • St Philip who are both returning U> the Art--EdncnI ooi at Trina. Harl On Hi.lid %  M ISS JEAN STKAUGHN or British Guiana La now m Bar. 11mple of months' holl• n her brother-lnMi ..iid Mil. Ilirrli nt "Ganar", St. ..: arrival In the B Oageagnc sr*ealiuwj EDGE WATER HOTEL BATHSIII lit Reduced Rates 1st May to JUI October for vislU of one week or ever. Telephone M*7B COMMVMTV CHOIRS A88OCIATH M %  IBMMUI (mm to the Ii W, HOPKINS, y A GLOBE THEATRE TO-ltAY 430 p.m. Admission I'tuiramme 1/'[ EXCELLENT VALUES Heavy Quality Aluminium Saucepan^ With heal proof handle 3 Siics M .73, $5.15. M.3H Kelllev :i & 4 Pt%. 51.56—83.07 Mincers 82.35-43.46 Lavatory Brushes 77 Hand Brooms 73 tale Ware in Rmwn & Black Sizes 1 lo 8 cups Tea Pols T0c.—81.26 ( nffi-e Pols si.01—$1.46 Milk Jims €2c—81.19 Suu.irs 59c Ceafeej MilK $4.§o—10.58 T. R. I % A\S A Will I I II I IIS DIAI. d£J6 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 t I



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ru.i mi BTEl S •I Mill U1UK Ml -I Mill -I I'll MBIK 2:1. 1)31 Don t let MORNING MISERY0 become all-day misery When lM hourHO mmh *.-' eating and dlinkii,*. rum i,.„r morning with heada.hr. fatigue and upvi •nxuath •.. don't In your enure dai he 1 foiled, find t|u. tralwing nu gaunt acidnt. Noe a laiatitc-)ou tan lake Alka-Selucr aQ Dn.p one of mu tablet* into a I WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. || ,i u ,.i.„„,„h 1 ,, w ,n, refrohinK. piMMQI tBftJai volution then dnnb It Ou„k atung Alka-Srlurr Mill "ave ilte day" ior >ou. Keen a supply on band — flMIll Admira Fancy Plastic APRONS A really smart item for house WfJftT, ID an ,1sort men! of colours and designs. $1.76 to $2.16 CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co, Ltd. 10-J3 Broad St. .',','-*.•*'--''-''*''.'---•-''*'''-,',',-,',',-,V.-.-.-.-.V. Alka Seltzer helps millions daily I j; cms A TMS A 1.1 to It III Hit BY HAVING THE BEST IN CLOTHES TAILORED TO YOUR FOH THAT I PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS ,*^. !, %  # V I : r 7 >; m# I f V?' I f V ^ \EI h \ \ 1 UMSiiOOBHABMl "##' S :' SACROOL H Tin: miNiiiHiT 1. KH11IIV I'CIK IMIN ... I I I :• £ On Sale a I KNIGHTSDRli;STOKES:L. .. : : : I! BY HAVING YOUR CLOTHES TAILORED BY c. B. HICK & Co. OF BOLTON LANE I -V/V/.V/.V.'/.W.V*WAVA V',-,-,',',*,-,*,-,',-,*,*,-,-,-,,*,*.-,',*,-,-.-.*.'-',',',','-*-^V'.----'.*-%'-'-'.'-', % %  %  £.-s e^v?ifk. isuS •? 1 see the difference "<=5 per yd print* fully i"l to fade. Width at Vi, per d. FH'r.TTKS It--in .n-.il In D0MB81 l< 36 in uidlh as I mi a* 39e. M-r yd. 1 INI DOT 11 n von.1 .* Ft* %  iii ( iui %  wear trealli r< duird lo 1>H. per yd. MIS or 11..11-. < oafs III -in. iwdlh >< SI -1 P r nl la Vrra* ol Sprrlalli -ele'irri flowered Htlks In %  orieouhdr-. lor thai next hie baantWk Opened up lor Hie Bale %  SI.15 per M X \ XKO.IX (>l Ml I Ml K In luieli %  attal shades in.. %  Mil I" mention in detail Raagtai from SI.On per id I'KIMIII I I tMM For Children* Dress Hear 36 In width I M.I" per \d. 1'OI'I.INS A Fine Woven Material suitable lor qualltv Shirts SI.05 per )d. MKKCF.KISK.D COTTON II Ml) A most Hervlerahle material in mild shades Now sold 0 Sl.tO per >d. H:NTSIn plain ( ollun. II ..1 are 1 ul Length* ol Mali 11 I Coloured and While lirills Ban ball) iui|ioried to %  >• M al remarkahl* low prlri-s. annul MKMi pieeev Iron, : %  pat yd. < llll'l M(ll!( \IN Pattol % % %  % %  — -ueh Value, are unheard ol — .1 |Ut per >d. Ill ,\ SII.K MIXNTIM. I riaiii*-Wliltr only Rippine reduetlon fc*9c. per %  NVLON iltl s MATI MAX" \ Bridal Hattrisl In taaaal hl( solt shades lo-aiitllulli destined Q SI 1| pet MI \ 111 \l III 1 1 1 1 .IWI ID 1. i iti-ri 1 1 eattval %  ( SI 59 pe. I il lit4 HIM .I taloan M .1-11 t 1:1 ri A *aj seltllu NOW selllim oil a SI I. pe. >d. 1 ill i KJ n RABI 1 Cl it In seieral eMiillsii' sli ulr* sold e\IUslvel> l us Now 11.41 per yd. Ml UM l QOVBBNMI N I llll'l Inslltulions and in 1 %  1. 1 1 11 .Xllushoiise*. here is a colden npportuiilt' It stoek Ihe lollowlnic while a| pree;— s(ileil is Hrilain IrTrTTa^^hlrTTni: B) "THe: per i.l Khaki ShlrtltiK | 79e. per yd. ( anihric •• >'' %  prr yd. Dark (oloured Urllls *r. per >d. li.tmr-ii* .1 3Jte per yd While Sheelinc TO *>l'l N I IDURING BALI I he*e ]i: n is .tr |> ITlli ill ir I. I.if Hi.PPM 11 Hiu Hal Bill Wc 11 iii i.ke raai order, uid Dollvar rrnmpiH HI s 1 UMH CTOB8 IIKIVIKS I'lWII.RS. \Mi Ml mill i;Muek fort Khaki Hrlll i. lite He-t in I own. and aw prlee Is ehejper si ; 1 pec id rate Khaki i> law ltes( Inr I llllotlllFrom Saturday 29th for MODEL STOKE Kills III HI' iHlMtrvKU TO WIN SM.Ou %  tat pif. ONI 1 ONI Mai 1 %  <. from ?na mmi.i — " *< > Ike iii..i i.M"i m-'t vaa >n raik HTC I... ..11 iiatta ii" VMM •< • %  •• %  is. Il.lt I N Mil. M I M.l-rll. .1 !•>• •! Ike —I' HI 1*• a Ml iin Ik." urt Baiafeat 1 M II TOW I Is '• If anlf with Coloured B irdan .. il.lt saca, I.XHH S SIIOIs Oil i.-du.lioii in this line iin niendnus' Completely tinr stacka! I'ri.e* from I H per pair XIo open. %  U IM> durini sale. Km ri. ui Btftai Mine* in Miilti Colours — .....1 prr pr jktaa euminK laaaVi l". .il.-nil i | Minis always a Wanted Hem. X big ehanee %  >t Saving. Ml I III MWXdIKS Of IIOTHLS. CLl'BS. AND t.l I -I IIOIM s Wr oiler White Damask table Coverin E T?" Wide .. M XSUN'8 LATEST HATS llus, i.|ll [somelhiiig; l Ulk .hunt London fashion New styles — both in Mi iws ,nd Fell* l>. 1 id 11 \s1i4 i xni.i COVI KING XVhie In Na Taller •1.11 per Mt ITALIAN CKFI'i: ROM \IN A Choke ot Moil I wtaM several Shades. 3li lu. .11.1 Hi $1.47 per yd. Hreakfat I ow el46e .ipkin. :;... and Pact Taajtki I .. %  ilsn roluhing 1 In the I loir it. 11 % %  OBI For Work Suit* Mi In. Width Now SZ.37 per yd. DAatR (Ol.Otlts IN PIN MKiri. N.i 1 BhM A Broun Nulling. Now I $3.79 per fi I td t iMlIng only $5.*: for c I • pr. pants (iKIXT SAVINfiS < hlldren's KSVta I'.inlte* — 2 pr* tor SI.0(1 Children** Collou I'anlfe*— 2 pn\. tor H6e. Children's Hand Hags — 1 for 75e Baby'a Diaper* — 3 for 6r Ciold and riaslie Kelt* — ? lor SI 00 (hlldren's Balterlli*s I'ump* — 75e. g pr. Boy*' Shirt* — 2 for Slt Arl Silk rattlies (,.r l-idle* — 2 prs. for SI.00 Nylon Sloeklna. Kandm from SI.5X per pair vn MIII Btaakatfi — 2 pr*. Tor 11.00 I'earl Neeklaee* — 72e. OcnkV straw Hats — SI.00 1 kataanda <>t dollar* lililsl M X-s HOODS .1. you at the MODEL STORK Corner Broad I luclm streets tf •{">





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-I Vim sUTKMBUR J3, l51 -1 VIU\ MIV(K Ml PAOI Fivr. Barbados Scores :\0 l ) For 5 t) Iratas P*c 1 bust*M.irshflll lea, boundary for fou*\ bul in helped himself la Bu urU nibf-ur> while W„ one outside the wicket n;: but LM1 Satan, "V "" a utter. 'H .ibbs. These boys put *>n 50 bt wii then 11 runs, and runs in 30 mjj the svi 190. %  nother delivery to short square MartSuD Kortng quit* faster Ire fur .i NBgta J'id new Wiiht ma 31 and Waleott 20. Mmhall rewarded. Taylor drove esp-ciaHy found every aafj ; the field, taking easy singes thrown UN pp. Thcv gether punishing loose ones and eJbSl '-Intending stubbornly WOl up in 2H minutes. %  0M well up, pl.'y hall on to his wicket. Tayler < nnfinVm Taylor hnd been at th.' for 46 minutes and Victorious Water Polo Teams Return THE BARBADOS water polo learns arrived from TrtefcUd miag vw (,. %  QMMgM after a victorious Tour against Trinidad Both teams trajM triumphant and have brought back with them the Eute iMrn's) Cup and the Crushv (Indies') Cup. the Trimd-d defence, thev kept •*" Thoae arriving were B.> Patr, irwBrfta • n cheek terson i Captain. Men's Team). Cvelvn. youngest ul.v. ,.f M Ken Ince. (Vice Captr — SEPT. 23 NO. 190 The Topic of Last Week 3" •'' ,hi aL " 20 not out. Evelyn. MjuncPoster feggy lnr Barbaric* r. I gullv for ., „ . iMeher (CapUin. LadiW Teami. The lUrhado* La* Half Centuries Fneda Carmiohael < V ice Captain axiniteiv superior to ', latter too !~„ ~' ,,*.' !" r' ) g k 1 ^ ".' !" h ~ "•">•• *'? Kmht and Dorotn, ,„, „,„,„„„, „ tlcc ,, ] V. rany*l re ?-, Two „ m '. mbe !" ,' ,h la>"'of 33—2—19. Farmer, next played out the ove.. Farmer *" •" opened his account with a cut •" % %  high past the unpoliced gully for three runs. Slow right Patoir took over from Sei the southern end. the having had an uccurati 7—3—6^1 Proverbs lifted UnrU |,. teu individual half centuries bados out of a long sojourn m the Marshall first in 81 mln forties with I late cut through the Walcotl two 1.1 I slipa for a brace, sending up the minute-first 50 in 75 minutes. The partnership had DOS A pile driver square cut off %  lcl )M ,oo in 77 minutes when lhl ., short one from Patoir gave Farmer xitt a,,., ^Q,^ at 240. An on four and the luncheon_interv.i dries l\> Marshall foe four sent ifter the next ICOl-e at 62—2 In 80 minuteTen 1* repeated minutes were taken off the prefor four he had then beaten lunch interval while the ball was Farmer's top score of 62. lacing exchanged and the shine rubbed off Proverbs 25 not out waiemt yut Wtilcott went wiUi the score at 268. He cut at one well up uutManagement *ide the off stump whikliar,l % %  a shall was racing towards h\ l.e>.t Performer and Farmer 17 not After l.tiach Laill—' Team. Marion Taylor and Phyllis Chandler remained Trinidad for a holid.v Dorothy Warren, th. I In .in interview with the Barbaperformer was pj par and htv vtoa captain, matfeaat was close and i Advacate lhal tin MBl in OVtTS matCt) %  teams had a most enjoyable stay proper shut at the anal, I in Trinidad. Everything was well .. %  her clearm, ^,,S TrTn L? nS?.'?. Vfl !^S Vfil^ST r Ptgg) Pitch. with the axOBSl I th. „.>. of Captain. She direct*.! I I lasr men's tet and the-, %  team well in the water and akin glad to be back home. Rill Goo.1r fellow, Bi .itch. A ibe Committeo ->f io organised tne ** %  "egardk to antei line f.h ,h, v '•" fi n nj % %  pin.. : ai-e "down th.Men* icam Improved i urn' %  On th. it tn S.HI Fwriian%  oni tt> im '^^, %  %  Gaskin and Norman Wmht dividual centiuv | MM B.O.. howling attack OH TinUtM ccuturv CM Norman Wight with a powerful wicketa..Marshall 95 not out. Athirg tO ciltvr the thiitie. kl '\ 16 not out. Scores:— %  >'"> na-i DtNII with Proverbs Seaforth lieved Norman WuJ northern end almost h.id Far met Hmii i^-,.•,,... k • aught wlh his third Uill when "!"f*n '*b Pji.,. he drfvf out, but did not time Dan& ssrtnt^ properly and skied to cover, but w.icoti c Camachu b Patxr (he ball fell i*'tween the fialdamon. AtkinaoM i rannei rodaetnad himself for '*"" %  '" i lag asm tUa momi'iitaiy lapso in COOOontoW .(.„ | W ki-. tration with a magnificent covedrive off the fifth ball that Ifcfl !| tha iii'ldsmen standini'. it .,n. r,'iur and tMOfinaj it on Its ,i.ii y Farmer o^* 1 later tucked G; | ads Indamanl good yesterday when the Third Trial regatta was sailed. Vamoose was llflh at the beginning of the race In M* am nd she was second and after passing the Club mark she took the Uad from Edril aUppernd I > Ivan Perkins. Eight boaU sidled yesterday. The rsee was north about in n smooth wind and calm seas. It was only Tempest that did not start. The others, with the exception of Thunder were fairly bunched together at the start. Cyclone, skippered by Gerald Nicholls. Quickly pulled away liom the others. Aniand the Bay Street mark she was still In the lead, followed by Edril. Breakaway, Swansea and Vamoose, Zephyr was (hen in -ixtti poatUOD while Comet and Thunder wcra In the rear. Cyclone kept her lead around the western mark. On the FM buoy she was overtaken l l Vamoose also went I Breakaway and Swansea. First tn com Plata 'his round was Cdiil which had a lead or about tO seconds on Cyclone. Vamoose was third, close behind I Fourth was Zephyr which wai sailing steadily. The otheis in order were Swansea, a few seconds b fund Zephyr, Itreak.iwuv ConVai and Thunder which still to be handicapped by her late start. Edril kept the lead throughout the second round. She completed ihiround seven seconds ahead of Vamoose which overtook Cyclone and had a lead of 20 seconds on her Zephyr was -dill fourth with Breakaway next, then Swansea. Thunder and Comet On the run to fhe Hay Strut mark it was lasctnatir:. Vamoose creep ..' % %  < H of Bdrll Considering the wind was not' hard. Vamoose made it seem simple. Vamoose increased her lead and went on to win the race, finishing %  hand of Edril whose crew. Ivan IVtkins find Jackie Hoad, must !• complimented for r-ailing an extremely good race. Third was Zephyr which wen! ahead of Cyclone She finished about 30 seconds ahead of the Jason Jones boat which beat Swansea by about 15 %  aMusm Breakaway was next, followed by Thunder and last. Cornet Vamoose also won tht* Seentid Trial inn last Sunday On that occasion however. Cyclone 1 SSCOua and Ztphyr third The Fourth Hegatta of this series \ be sailed in Carlisle Bay at 1030 am to-day. %  Trip parnna id I he umlrr MM - 1H. ih- no. %  AM don i talk all we %  ** I niiilvnn i—r i .*. %  thr i %  . | asknrl MV )( ..Iipr-.i Ii i %  < %  ..! UWai <•"* iw-rMS Utwn mt I ttsas iw %  m* m#n ii ci esvS .. a,r I %  i day And Irft ur wink mutant II,. ...M' Von u^rl •hlldfei. .Mat i*v*llinf .Ii I'lsna llching Burning anff Smarting of Eczema Stopped In 10 Minutest ha frm Amarlea %  i ..*-* mt %  no on|-r r.i U* .njorif to tufTr ITn U 4<%  na aunjrln akin blanui' • r.!'!Ti. Prnmt— Hash, Slll|aria % %  U. Acna, SaacVhrada, 1 fllia ai JUalfhM botiI ;• %  a bad %  u % %  d H*d and -•— QSk i Claaa jraaii a doi. I Irl %  bad akin mall s*.nl :u >!• It 11. .:: %  •' A New Discovery Ma I" an oMitmrut. B-il itif-r"iMn an* r.ntm*nl TOU !> %  '< %  •'! warn at I'll II i a ii'w dluatri*. • poir% Ni.ad—a rontalix 9 II.HIXIKI.'.. %  hun HM ikin IroaMaa in Ihrv 3 aan I It Baku and kali tha %  nnnWi •> pai .!!* %  iilmi rvaaonaihl* far Mm diaotd'O 1 II .Maa ilchinf. h-'iraiac and tnarim in 1 to ft Pilinjl... and cool. %  1 oot' — in* -kin I rt hHr. aatur* ixal tha nn '!' %  !. -Ml and vjlTrtjp .moalh. Weeks rant nvuii Nliadana la arkolUteallT camr-asin ntat am in***., n *. I '" Ilia. .iii,tnin rou hata a*** In Mr fr k*lat< II itop> Iha tl. hi... e U i mi „ %  > %  %  "•"Iw in • f* BliMrtaa, ln*n atafta K •sra Iwrdmalf, o**annj nil hraiing %  oar ktn inaklnf It aoltar. at.iOr a4 • -ivtt, .II ...u. In Jud | ni | 'i IH i .urof VIII i.H TOII that hara at 111 U ilxi i.Ulk i : • .-.i..: ,a. 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itittatt ^tweatc ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS i-HTMBEK %  %  "Wl I'UU'E MX King Is Ready For Operation Special Prayers \\ ill Be Said Today For 3 iin LONDON, September 22. piVE of King George's doctors completed the arrangements today for the operation on his lung while expressions of sympathy, hope and prayer poured into London from the whole world. The operation is still expected to take place this week end, but no ofticinl announcement, other than last night's bulletin that it would be in the "near future", was forthcoming. Palace sources diaclowd altar Buckingham Palace for thret noun thai be perfoimi-d this nv rnui the King—their >-ix'h visit sine Wedneada) and examined him S tors remained in UuI prepare tpparatua in thespecli n operating tl ii \>nn in vi HIIIIH.I: T*rincess EUl heiress presumptive to the BrlU %  'i %  %  %  %  %  i %  li S..'.u cay several i un • from the re doctor* gawared tor i mi r < her father. Se Vewaa* Caaeelled Her Husband Prince Philip Bdmburgb .. side ui i laranec Ifouap. Utah rambling cream caiourSMJ style town home. Tl %  children Prince 1 I yean and ten moi %  wan (hi awaj la Scotlam if hai lather's baalth had been better Elisabeth would n id.day making leal mlnu> iirrungcments to nil i in, n %  of Presses t i the United States nex* %  % %  rhfl ii.'..... coupla %  . nan U North AmartDIO lour M In Quebec. October 2. Special Prayers TinArohblab p Ihe King thai would I*' idfcl ml tomorrow .it Church uf England i It is understood DO set | wos issued; but the Bishop of l.onfrom the oi growing slrcnuth ns a pYovO. %  they do SO merely tl Lrenath and unity ay and keep him In per-| ln ',, ,. nhowcr > petualjeaea and_saf< Je %  %  our Lord. —r.r. U.K. Rejects Iranian Note On Oil Issue I.* tNDON, Sept. 22. A Foreign Office f.pokBritish Oovenuneni bai rejected a new note containing prop ui! naUonallxat I %  t the Irai M %  : .i %  balls on which 01 %  |. i, ment lib Teherai i thai Iran still hopes for Anglo-Irani r, all dispute II' said the door to ii '1 %  rdcp by Qovi %  .-..• %  Trade Pael Iran and Itu %  Trade talk mler Mo* .. %  Ion "Ha citi planning m-mlllter> %  so said that the irkey and ... %  "south Hai W m unity" was an Important move ... i %  ; '..I prevent —I* PEUdgway I Mans To l>-!-•.< Pr#sn.d. ing the rails san an sai her ptaalhla %  i.s. Legate.— I %  • %  diplom It %  I no hilled. 1 %  i %  :. I brack new nibui four | Deask Beaiaatea %  %  olster I>I Hamld ui court her GhomiV %  • oil Dfamate. %  %  %  : • arlth the Brit %  menl was i Communist Planes Step Lp Air War In Dawn Attack U\ GENE SYMMUSDS TOKYO, Sept U ci iMMUNIST l'l.ANK-S ra ici lin Korean capital ol Seoul early on Sunday, as tin* Gornmuniala stepped up theii aei la A dlapatch from Seoul i (.:!!. -i *n came down the Han Kivvr over llit South Korean cupnal uiui then drupped one two bomba on Kimpn airfleJa with no dainaga. Air raid airen* stxindnt In Seoul .in) the -ill i leai i an e and if mlnutaa latei Anti-ainTjif* guns went into action . .. i ... ippe red aw f till ". i k era ... to hint at k v.a followed %  II' "I" 1'if I .'I'M ail Ii i-'l.' when 120 %  in MI. and i. iwha permittrd .. HUM | I ,r.Hi"> '.i li); I V :ii! i it tiialr er:or by iouuj iheii bit now; tt is more badly needed than svtr. ARK YOU WILI.INO" Start Uie day riant tomor row by vlMUng ore of the banki or the offluor tali newspaper, and leaving a dou-Uou. •I 1.341. Coct Fail* In Hid To Outlaw Com mini ism In Austrnlin SYDNEY Bepk %  %  % %  i mill in Australia Mounting n turns hiiwid tin c. trailing the Leftist opposition bj l.'iL'.uoii votes and UM I 11 I.'.ui.'i [4 i. M people have poki n." %  btde by their wlU." Another Lihi-i i M %  %  b It Karri* si'id. "The pt*opi> ol An 1 efiniltffsl -w-y (heo "The i>eople have spoken 1 if. Mi .t. 'imt 1 never In th< 1 %  ronfusmg atatamt %  !. %  '.,i rhe Liberal p %  Ing member of thi tupports the P art t; M. %  oat Win. ..i, Mtimated Beat ol the vob %  %  1JS1.000 —I I'. 1 ... I 1%  I %  'I inn to in %  : %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ' 1 'I %  %  %  %  %  ran on Uv not —* 5,000 CUm Ketb Britain, but the I I" \t IN M |[S had been eUn Ii • i.w.-ar-aa. turn had demand' begin in. or Iran would expel Uu 1 teetu ma from Ihe A nen Reliabl'had beer hai r Sir Frai Bin Al -ii* B.C. OPENS TECHNICAL INSIirUTfc : %  . H % %  An %  %  P>. Qiildren's Exhibition The neat Bt th Museum will bi Art and I .shieh will %  i %  %  re reminded thai artwork anc handicrafts for the exhtbltio' nhould % %  ' later than Mon TO-DAYS WEATHER CHART Sunrlae: 5.50 a.m. laaaes. 559 p.m. Moon: I %  .-Quarter l.uhlnie. 6.00 p.m. Hlrh Tide: 9.10 am.. 818 p.m. Low Tide: 2.25 a-nv. I.II ELEVEN KILLED AS BUS OVERTURNS ft *;• >T,\ 1 'olombfa E1 1 %  killed and reraly mjurei bus overtun %  %  night The Ims was on %  ... %  %  I g-p J 0/F /N PLANE CRASH OHIO %  %  I %  %  %  :. %  %  re burned almo —r.r %  Atlon on lha 1 ntral fi ml slow%  mi T M!'l %  %  I %  Ailted petrols rnovuii out ffbrnn unlsl lerrltoi y. 1 I that two 1 the fourth pi %  Red i*iti 1 orlhai >i Uu %  1 it K imhwa ll'-ry km" ked I %  K the III %  % %  overal in %  > %  %  !. %  %  -, %  had One waj .20 niiti %  %  % %  1 h Ii another with• %  • Ihtiag %  rtlmali 1 mtr rnehed v.* The fourth itrol iittemph it to surround %  %  in..' but wai back by heavy ( n u An Alh-d unit in the 1 .... r.r. %  %  lo I 1. %  1 %  11 %  %  lat guerilla n and a stuff of Mi . inteei . %  Defei thai the Chlneee it"i 1 oastal pro and Fukli'ii to Mnnel — t f Rebdfl St'i/c Town In Kio i)t' JeUeiro RIO %  1 booked a I It II UaJH "'" anal for H I H i,..|.. i I the 1 %  ind in %  ruhhed .^T. %  %  %  % % %  %  |o I In tool :i 1 %  %  %  I %  1 %  pov rful pull t.. th. -, On r Parl 'Hinmu: lounUVi{ v ^ Canefiwdtjav The |ea and lnilt*n*. >m.ill U>> uerr found in M 111 (.1*1, at aeaeh 1 leld **'-_* I 11. an I'rnl • aliiitel 1 K v. Mi.iiHUi. i smseaaajashaj ..r rwlice taid Uf .\tiM-o^/m w iih tin aaaMaVaaawaMwaal two-year-old Jcnrr-, B*n n uini .ireperied adsaia from heeae on Weelneada aasffidaf. I in 1 • put f"< ili'. th. I'nhee Doga, nu> aael Pen ll.n lull, -M., lb. iwr .mil Uu 1 in %  irrout tbrlr dutieo illi.i.nlh The <>imml**loner aald: |*Sf| ha\e been of treat a-iMbUili-e." rere;i IVi\.-. naatai I %  Jeffrey H.iu-. r.*|xirti-d hfm ml*.lu from hrr horn.U < m si 1.u.-. ea Weaaea.lav aftern.H.o She left bun home 1.11 15 ndinite-. .. % %  uhen ihr retnriird hi\..'a.ine. Churchill Is rartyUaa Saytf A It lee a?OTLAND %  n hill 1 ..ilia Ian ia 1 Kperlen e Attli %  %  p %  bet 1 dmfnl Iral %  CI rchlll ..m-tu London b %  I %  rchlll v %  1 1 ... -. hat %  1 1 %  l) ad than Churchill Hi —1* I*. 1 The "ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night Eusi German Ettidi Slush Uighwwaj Tax BCRLIN, Btal 22 %  • ti their pi 01 Western vehicles In 1 •h an acrearneal t.. iiit Uu %  .'; • blocs ida. Bui Urrferenee >• th railwa) parcel nt Tho EI %  ita reduced Ihe tax on heavy trucks tupplyim: % %  'iin trom aa blah as $75 for mud trli, through Uie Soviet /on. O MM —UP. !>. %  JANEIRO'. r %  %  •' %  Hand tin to ni in tininterim m U 1 -.-i the 1 I lliina Hull %  that the %  %  %  %  ipttaJ larroa too %  flaa ti j of four pei % %  (iijui v ol gg oahei 1 p J 9 ca OovL Approve B.W.L Federation BOO' PATTFRHON sad Peggl . Batbadoc water polo .mare *een chatUng at the Bagga.^' '. %  v.t*rnnv shortly after landing from the OaMOgne mea K holding the Elite Cup wl.ll' Mr. Pttchti t. Cnuhy Cup which theli team* won from Trinidad In the tournament last ended m Trinidad KINGSTON ,Sopt 21 1 1 I %  %  J: V." I %  %  %  n ambers to %  %  odations f %  %  i.is Judah who was one Mowing the reVom the .' %  H %  4 ft %  1 %  %  %  %  % %  I ihcCoui I 1 l(. solution Pasaed ..... %  Mofor cars have get-r boxes I 10 IM'^iA'.i i muss ^


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. -.1 NDAI umm . iKi ICNBA1 imcKATh P \(.l SEVEN &f SEE HOW THEY RUN 9 ( J ANIMATED OPINIONS THE prosorving the in Brui... refuse lo g.. %  I play 1 i .in ex* %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i or bo .'ing. %  %  plavinx with %  %  %  %  ably gives the %  i %  yiag to %  %  Mi •) mind. %  %  % %  %  %  %  Oat dii> while ib : %  %  M.. %  %  %  iad Loafer -. %  nd iiu. | < i %  o %  • %  %  dona in %  %  %  Bug, <>t funny L'UEllUSs whl I %  > f.ill i ir performed quantity %  %  itlcmon .iikin> %  %  being called to the B-i allusion to drink) Bur it all make us laugh just as mu.'i if thenall stood on their brads In their pan: of hour* and mad-; farmyard would save them the trouble of %  All the actors were good anu By Aubrey Douglas-Smith i I apete; Joan IUO too refined and wee* jolK ml good-humoured. One or two acton were quite fruitless, f ne Grosthe Bishop of Lax and Idrls MilU a & 1'auline Dowding. acting a more jfclV'ftl M %  Va : '^av' Iffi aaflaW Hi JIL1 m IKi •a 1 V nf f^ %  p '; /'^Hf M (V^H ^vi 1 1 aaaaaaaH %  THE BISHOP Or LAX (James (JM-.ii King i Oio-'imtli) i tM n n Barfaadoa ll hoped thai nn v MM Will complete it and pand H to Thai maj help •<> %  ^ earnestly in the fulnlneir oi than %  %  ire. i' rumoura Ul i them are losing hi mo a dozen gru; ir rslng. planning I %  *timuiu will create i ng tin possible Lght rnter• %  iMrlng them •• Cf the mute when tlu*\ s., H>- rht MISS SKILLON (Anna Hiu>grar). Penelope Toop (Pauline Dowdingl and Rev Lionel Toop (Douglas Lynch) in the throes of an argument \-n i \\ II |.-ON IT HI i\. iin -m i n -1 mm: m Vattmt Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perieclion oi Confection MAlILKi PALM Tui > 11 LTD PALM' WORK* LUMION. W.J %  .If.i \rrirftll %  YRESH SHIPMENT OF a I'l IIIV1 (HOWS ALSO %  tllKK FEEDERS I. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.—Dh U lbu M w. HARRISON'S Broods, [STOCK-TAKING NOTICE MISS HKILLON i A in the most beautiful cloths you have seen for a long while. See them for yourself SHOT DUCHESSE SATIN A classy looking material lor evening or cocktail dresses. 36" wide, per yard FLOWERED CREPES Beautiful patterns lot all .• (stall. $6.18 .,,. $2 oo & $2. 78 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13 Broad Street .'MW//.W/.//--V.V.V 1 FAMOVS rut-: notttn 00ft.it REXALL x ^ PRODUCTS WE NOW OfFK Cold & liiHiirn/;i Mixture CMfJi Mlxlllre


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I'M. I IIS SUNDAl MIMIC ATF. si M).\Y. Sil'TI MBrK 'him/in'ss To Animals' %  %  rhe Outlook o Anui. Mi I %  I m ; .l uni %  roc It %  •* w K for food or an animal win. h U harmful IN allowable" %  out the paper* ranlifi ii and neglect of .mimals. and winle i iv abb thai "Seoul S" thOUjd DO KiilltV of thesi I %  :-H't and minor %  thOOe \\ In %  b i> lazy |i look after thru i %  r • ft I I feed my them and keeping them I %  habiU wl.. trout results are parti, i i ite at this . lorlhnnnmi! 'Animal Week' which is bcinn nrRuniaed by the Local Branch of the S I C A S.. plMM get your COW of "Tin jiul Nad UM ..hnli Hung for yourself. Hut what of this "ANIMAL ft EEK' i do i S, out Movement .: and help in I the suci cm %  %  AnimnlIpngaa on Hi'' IM but no i i H. di • m withdrawn!* the Badge tiec-auae no Scout need* %  Hiidiir on %  WlWaJl. Imals" l* a part ol the Scout Way "f Ui' i ., positive La* A %  AIM.I SIIII'>IIM IH lll%i IOIIV \icm\i O [ I s I ,'sDINC ring on %  N.4.1 re:i from the U.K. am number D| % %  iy popular MASKEY-IIAHIU S Ran lot t ute abova .shown some of ,, %  %  % %  %  • i -Robati Tr... LTRTE8Y GARAGE, p %  %  %  %  v.iilv il.lu i i>. iiiLinW d Arriving will. ertlfe %  i i-iey-Herrw Wheel i %  .. %  nracV tractor and the rrt*t is i %  -u.il-', -k" n-ithoui |. Jh vary irfm aocc an i %  ,\i i U ultnral qulpmenl %  Niimher* of the^e Heavy Duty 'i>acior* .inaaraada • •iterating througboul the tiland as transport M rp Senson lor cultivation i i rw MASSFY-HAHlUS |l synonymous with A k equipment being the p|o this Held rfiirt their wealth ledge is in • ( be it • TEACTOI ifOWEfl, RAKfJ LOAD! i MAW i : ^I'/fFvVn-ii HANVHM lou aic being PODvaotional [ .' IK.; ii waih %  an ktaaaat VAN nartBM .tnd the ..-! coaw in the world and the most l u. >t.!ev all tot Ian Individual* l I ll chm outAltcmlock ihem. 0 Van Heusen Thr Original ii-St ill Collar Awarded PASSES IN CERTIFICATE "B" I'oli.-.scbourship | a ment of EducaUi Alley no. (Miat) D. I. of I Hill 01 i rka [MlaBj B. O. ol T ,*ITVI uuinih ,-. II SHiutiilwrouch tor; iiUM M ir\K ou> c ytithia s ... SprmgiT. daughter of lti.*pi< (Mlaa) M I Of Wotl tor Bprmgajc w.i.. :. i R .,( s uaj to win-. I'uiictStholarahip award*aiU-. A I. T. of Holy lin.:, ad Irom procevda of aalt% %  t'nli-IB, (auaa) M A %  aiialnoa. Ual yoaz tha achotar' SI %  ll,,in Bapl ant to the aon .* Station %  "' lM '1 v \ Hen Hi three yanraal I %  j '. ".'*•' "' •' on i.-it Junloi I L of Chrift told ih,. Adraeaaa yaatardaa i. reported to I-doing \ .. | .., M -, ,., Cynthi . <; A ,,i Mai < .in. < \ ol e left than idad st Jamaa 1 Boyi ; Oumba, tMr* i i bare of St. Joai ph Qirli i i The BcrWlarahip la tat ;W ] ' %  %  >• %  %  Mia I I V.i Vauxhall MIX<,I Praacod, I Hkn I ] „(ci.ii iChunj %  i '^ ( ~" Ria(|uad% dimcuii to cbooaa batwaon UM hh/HaU Glrla'; Walkar, w ol thrift Church (iirl.'. Wmt. ., Bhi la, vmo araa rormaTry ; .i s\ ( MJ M J V. S. of St. Jamw* Glrli'. going There wra no passe* in Part I to Quetn'a CoUagji. anil A NOTHBI BoW Club will !-• m Fart II, only M-hon. (' ll ol d .it charnocln Village, St iavioura Hoys* pawed. 'i lurch, near SaawaU, on — | QegaamhOT -' at S.OO pJH acain. On this occasion it \*..i:i %  •en knuii> lowed in by the launch rianta. lent by the Reclor. The mate %  >! the f-'ranhlvn lt.,[ Thai club witi bo operated three Alfred Ralnuo, told me Aghaaaaia days per week rot boyi and mree thai when aboul IB mllai oil Bar* i Kiris ii now IM Ihe main number of Bo*g* and <: Clu in tin. laland to 11, they would completi The conunanioner told the Adtail aboul nexl v. () N in sellmK verj V^ tinusual M.X. look part in ll ,-iay nlgnt the Fire Oflleei Local Talent Snow ..i UM %  talk to tho boj at the Bay Theatre <"i Friday rtldht Btreel ciui> on Pire ai d I Dei tint prim \. v I'riday ninht Chief ,ail [lest who bupactcu Torraao ol oood Lord i;i-s. and K OuJ will glee a talk on ren-year-old Douglas c.rifnth. "Cruelty to Anln who aang "When Your Hair Ha< E ABUQU •-,. the Turned b Behaoaei Pnuahlya i. u %  held up In port while || cm 1 hlghllghtad by L Star, laena Ort ,\ to leave porl He Mv lav.j f H returned Low 11 Hou h'nuit Ihv Courts: MotoriBts Finiil For Speeding The Police are lUU setting naaad trapa, During the week over -nx motorlfltl weir brought Police Magistrotei tin apaod limit. a> ared IM.'Pollce MachArata Mi. i. B Griffith Chv ITppi I | %  Ion, si .i ... one sinii; K eeobi la u day and hU licence waendorsed. Ha wai charK" i with drrnraj aloni Bin it-'Augual B ,ii N in HII Bantanun Bkeata of Radman'i SI Michael, was also Bned L'l foi inving al ;. speed greater than K ll houj. The other ,luvc. lined ;.s Jo ph Lowai 11 Bill i' (Joorge. Mr. (InflUli lined lum L2 for driving along Buah Hall Hoad on August 17 at a mad gnaMai than 20 milea go Police Maajatrata Mr. C. L. Walwyn imposed a fine on 23Miir-oi,i Qaoreja Jonea, a labourii of Mapp Hill. St. Michael, who pleaded fiillty to %  ilinui' i K a belt valued (en ahDlioga und eleven pence. The belt la the property of Messrs. DaCosta & Co. Ltd For causing a dlaturbance ui a row boat Mack Claike. ;.I|,is "Hop-Along" and Lagllg RadflBan wore each lined HI abfllli h ..II alternative of 14 di i I bj Police t' Mr. G. B. Grimih. \ii Orlfflth Impoead a tine of 18 shiiin i: M i ii -old Doris Holder, a ibopkeeper <>f Brlttom Hill. St. Michael for unlawlull) and niiiheiouslv inllietlng IMMIIIV harm on Boita Clarke. Antigua Sugar Factory Ends Crop BT JOHNS. Antigua Grinding at the Antigua Sugar feaaed on Vcdneday, i ' The .-(.„„ %  ,; | crop was ga.oou ion, i.ut o.,i ". 18.000 tons of suw, ,,", £1, maruu'actured. If the fat-ton lia "gain for i i disastrous situs! |.. . i i.lUi.oon t.. the island thla year | Attention to Antigua'a peaoarious Anancial rmidltlMtt waa stref-'i puhluly on the 24th of May %  Mr K. W BUckburnc staled. "Thf Gove. ment is in a worse ilnanclal eosi• ii n has I wen sineu MKiii lad to igfvan a aaarial t Britain to pay for Its or\9S4NCs YEASTVITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, r STOP PAIN •* %  .QUICKLY zcith Phcnsic... The famous ihreeiolJ %  enno "i PHENSU nhfco RBLIHVHS PAW, SOOTHES NERVES COUN rERACTS DEPRE SSION No matter hou MCOTs the pain, no matter how mtmy your nerves, how JiprnuJ you fed, PHENSIC tablets ill bring you relief and ODovfon. quickly anu safely. Remember tinPHENSIC tlblels neither lurm the heart nor upset the stomach. I>m'l accept subinluie.. Keer a supply of PHENSIC tablets by you! Ph ensic TWO TABLETS BRING QUICK RELIEF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS. LUMBAGO. NERVE PAINS. HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, InFLllFNZI. COLDS A CHILIS ADVERTISE U Tin: ADVOCATE IfyouwannogctyCli KKKI III from I'AIN*, and abotoeruo\ tlw henefiti of Vu^nun 11, >.>u like YEAST-VfTH Tal There's nothing else UtS \i \ • I VMl' h is ihr ONLY reliever which ALSO contains tonic Vitamin U. Don'i an go and get some VliAM Tablets now. For HEADACHES NERVE PAINS COLDS, CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVES YOUR PAIN had MAg£S YOU rta WELL KATES OF SXCUANGE CAN-tD<*. ..m.U,. ft.*! 1.. IMI %  (MUM nn %  I A 10 pi Orm^i.d DritlU l '. pr. %  i I li> iCaba •m w in-, pr OaapoM *• 10 IS THIS HOW YOU JUMP INTO BED? DO IfOU LOOK FORWARD coiifiiiently lo i good night's rest ragnlarl! ...itl turn and ny ..II Ihrough lite lon| ... iiiisiniossfully ? LFYOUCAN1 3LKEF .mil your nervta leol taut i up you %  ,11 I*jumpy .iiiri irritablo tind unable to concentumor tlmik %  traight. HI 11' VOUB NERVES to raoovei tharlrealam. Help to rabulM them ti.td to n ton endsi ii ...\ wttfa M'TRiH'iios. combination ol Thianiine Chloiidi I illy adaptad loi itmatil ..f ali i you EAT WELL BLEEP WELL, %  ii u.kc . NUTROPHOS YEASTVITE •.'.'.;'.:;•.•, NOTICE TO IMPORTERS SEE HOW THEY RUN!!" STOKES & BYNOE LTD, Aoentsunnlng? ning for ? ? WILSON'S RECORD BREAKING SALE To Secure the Bargain* they never bargained for from of Ne w Merchandise just received for the Qegltt and the Kiddles too Thes<> iiierchaiidise were specially ordered for trie "i-nun: daf Of our Hrcord-Breakiru; Bate, but alas' i not too late; finSaturday 22nd %  be the begdaitlng of a NKW 8ALC Be we have new Komi* go we cordially Invite you to Join the rank of i customers who shop excluMvely a* JV. E. MIL SOX A CO. Barbados' Friendliest Store STOP — .UI I.HPT* CASKS fOM 1/ 1 = j : = = = THE UNDERSIGNED hereby notify importers that they have been informed by their Principals that due to the high cost of operations at this Port Bills of Lading covering all goods shipped from the Continent and Scandinavia as from 1st September, 1951, will bear the following clause:— WAREHOUSING EXPENSES, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF OVERTIME, FOR ACCOUNT OF THE CONSIGNEE This means that the normal warehousing charges incurred at this port will be collected from consignees here. The present Warehousing charges are as follows:— POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of 88 lbs., and over 26 cents per crate. POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of under 88 lbs. 15 cents per crate ALL OTHER CARGO $3 00 per ton weight or measurement whichever is larger with a minimum of 50 cents. The terms of delivery for CEMENT, MANURES and EXPLOSIVES will be free from alongside; i e all Lighterage and Warehouse expenses INCLUDING OVERTIME will be for account of Consignee, and will be collected from here. Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not Warehouses) of the undersigned for calculation and payment of these charges. GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLY ON PRESENTA TION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF LADING SHOWING THAT THESE CHARGES HAVE BEEN PAID. S P MUSSON SON Si CO LTD Agents Royal Netherlands Steamship Company. R M JONES & CO., LTD Agents Compagnie Generate Transatlantique ,vss.v*.::v.v.:-s.:v.::-s.v,::". sss.'sss.^-rstvssssssssssssssss';




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King Is Ready
For Operation

Special Prayers Will
Be Said Today For Him

LONDON, September 22.
FIVE of King George’s doctors completed the
arrangements today for the operation on his
lung while expressions of sympathy, hope and
prayer poured into London from the whole world.

The operation is still expected to take place this}
week-end, but no official announcement, other than



















































































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—_ B’dos 309 For

Against b. G.

- Marshall 95 Not Out

O. 8S. COPPIN

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 22.

"| WO wicket partnerships, each yielding more
than 100 runs, stood Barbados in good stead

todey when winning the toss in the first day of the

i Test with British Guiana. They put up 309

By

runs for the loss of five wickets by close of play.

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last night’s bulletin that it would be in the “near Pr F ptind BMY
future’’, was forthcoming. Barbados 1 nit fi I
Palace sources disclosed after the doctors had been at seer Tee aiioe ae Cane ie dy,
Buckingham Palace for three hours that no operation would pu 8 for t fis wie The fogs ‘and butteeRs of al
be performed this morning. Physicians saw the King—their Af clock f small boy were found in
sixth visit since Wednesday—and examined him. Some doc- al re a uf canefiela i Sone — -
m i » palace after > consultation to prepare I k qn riday olor
tors remained in the palace after the consul o} t } MT. Michetyy, Commissi
apparatus in the special room as an operating theatre n0 of Police, tald the :
rincess Elizabeth 25-year-old : : that these Dar
heiress presumptive to the British , lay 9 ‘ar 62, V , i
hia ) rime 32, W with the deseri
throne spent anxious hours Satur- SYMPATHY WITH id Pr 5, plave in : oa “fre .
two-year-old Jeffrey Boyce
day mperal, Gahdred yards away} ROYAL FAMILY M individ | commendab! who was reported missing
oly sean Weer oe a His Excellency the Governor h A small crowd of from home on Wednesday
ga re for a major operation on} cent the follow gram to the ‘ Tay |e nd Hunte ¢ morning.
a Sees ‘ Secretary of State for the Colo- Barbados Innings, Gaskin boy For the past few days the
, ”, » gg oO ive ] hy .
Sea Voyage Cancelled | nied | ing to two leg slips and Police Dogs, Rip and Peggy,
Her Husband Prince Philip ‘On behalf of the people | square leg with one wic have been working on the
Duke of Edinburgh was at he Barbados I wish to express ou on the off side and a case and they are carrying
side at Clarence House, their} jeep concern at the news of the down a maiden over Tay! out their duties efficiently.
rambling cream coloured regenc ilines His Majesty the King| who was comfortable and watche} The Commissioner said:
style town home. Their two} and our respectful and sincere | the inswingers pass harmles: “They have been of great
children Prince Charles aged tw ympathy with the Royal Family | past his pad assistance.”
years ‘and ten months ans in their anxiety We earnestly | Hunte took an uppish— sin Teresa Boyce, mother of
Princess Anne aged 13 mont! Keune me ee Pa) “ | t | I a , oe i
were far away in Scotland Dig aor is, Meaty & SESH? | on Camat ne Jeffrey Boyce, reported him
‘ale ae Se Pegg alae rage apg and complete recover; - CHAMBERLAIN BRIDGE looking ‘orth from Fairchild Street with ———--———— over and faced Gaskin Hunt missing from her home at
; 2 > t e iz
better Elisabeth ween tt Rar peat tine clock tower and Public Buildings in the background, experienced than Taylor, Cove, St. Lucy, on Wednes-
r Za ; j ave sper “ 7 wes = * 4 » ot 4 y, 7 P
the day Toes sca * irk ; ° x | From All Quarters: [_ Photo » by c harle s Prescod. | Govt. Fails i Bid |: bured into lea too far forwa day afternoon, She left him
En angements to we by | Russia f ears 9 as a Ti O l rie coe ne per & do} bome for 15 minutes and
n - sail ) 4 Camacho at short yhen she returned he was
Empress of France to Canada a | , | oO aw when she returned he wi
Se ees Sirength OF | Son, tan, Communisi Planes: wflarso ma |]
aie ars eee od 7 ad | Y . ook simple in B
Their sea voyage ha bee. r wig | 2 >, >Fe . . Communism I tost Phi f wie { .
cancelled. u“ Pp ape r ihttis | | ei ie that :
The Royal couple now plan — 7 +7 j Z m me Hoar nd tht ’ °
sain BF cians on Metis to mart ations QUEEC, Se1 ® £ | In Australia not yet complet Churchill Is
North American tour on schedul { Fremier Maurice Luppiessi e ] r ar } He j 1 |
; " ane ne . I » of / . z - SYDNEY, September, 22 ’ t lete th |
in Quebec, October 2. eee iced the re-opening of lormei | } odo : art ~/} ad
—frearson | 1€ pul } s whi Government leaders conced: ove } t Ly’
guebec pulp pape milis whl | - é 8 ¢ reartenimeg ce
Special Prayers | r {have been idle at Chicoutimi fo defeat early today in the refere: 1 it lun 12
: ' OTTAWA, Sept. 22. : a : |
The Archbishop of Cant : Ty the | past 20 years, Dupples tola A tt dum designed to outlaw Commu , excellent ¢ avs tt ee
vely Nort At Treat : ¥t f ; ; ™ -
promised the King that spec ial Org ates ene ake _ S cleaned "tn He Contrerence = tna Wiilla nm wn - ac hism in Australia. Mounting 1 » whi Tay! ee y 7
prayers would be offered tomorrow|puild an Atlantic community | 5 1 of New York had met hin — showed the Governmen' a full toss later | RS OT oe I : eee 22
at Church of England services. without any slackening in the de-|today on behalf of American in- By GENE SYMMONDS trailing the Leftist opposition by mundary | ee started his election cam-~
It is understood no set prayer] fence effort, External: Affairs Min- |terests who were ready to opel TOKYO Sept. 22 152,000 votes and the Liberal Pa Ball Unfit i oe a me k oes aera
was issued; but the Bishop of Lon-!ister Lester B. Pearson said last > the mills. . WIT] D 2 naida : a . oe. ity leader Lyle Moore said, “Th: ; ene key partisan politician in
4on recommended one from the| | night. Train Wreck.—The death toll i CC )MMUNIST PLAN "S raided the peacetime Korean cap! |people have spoken.” “We will} Att eight ver bet the Seat nas , wala a yey ee
Order for the Visitation of the} Speaking over C.B.C, network, | yesterday's Liverpool express tra tal of Seoul early on Sunday, as the Communists stepped | abide by their will.” | bowled, umpire Me Intyre. Surre 2 uss vention of the se ot-
Sick. _ {the new President of the North | wreck reached 13 today with up their aerial warfare over Korea. A dispatch from Seoul} Another Liberal, Defense Pro-!ind England wicket-keeper whi |cheers when he. sald that. the
Tf reads: “0 ans of 7 eave aa pat fon hath bated ar a ae eee for injurie said that several Communist tenes came down the Han vara tors oe ee | giv | : Ppp Gutens on a coach-| nation would not give Churchill
an essing, benold, visit and re-| 9€e" | eae & oF The express plunged over an re ‘ ~ . é ie people o ustralia huvy us igaAgemen pronounere “blank check” to take as .
iieve thia ‘Lhy servant George our} "setting stronger.” ete eebn neu abeeiee River over the Bouse cnesee capital and ‘hes dropped one gambled” away “their security. +} ball unfit for play, as it- had lo entatateation iten ¢ ow rn the
King. Look upon him with the nia Comair eibenatee now attack |i) the rails, Emergency gangs|, 0% two bombs on Kimpo airfield with no damage. — “The people have spoken” Har-|#hape. A new one was requisi-|stiuetive policy whatsoever
eyes of Thy mercy, give him com- this gro wing streng ao Lad fi worked, under floodlight through- Air raid sirens sounded in Seoul | prison added, “but I never in the {tioned, and the players, especiall Churchill came to London today
fort and sure confidence in Thee. ! aa aes they do so erry nee out the night, searching the wreck- ? at 12.50 a.m. and the all clear came | last 20 years heard such lying at Gaskin, crowded — aroun witl » confer. with this “shadow bi
‘ : . cause our strength and unity ise 5 See > as lk * ' , a? regretf 6o a ; 7 Sue S “shé y cabi-
Defend him from the danger of ts their ” 7 pat four ee “ |age for other possible victims: ADVOCATE JCA pee Fn nl ay = eee ae confusing statements made to the : rs ful I OKs WwW hile . Pune ‘t’ on party strategy Attlee
the enemy and keep him in per-; "7, 4 few months Eisenhower’s| U.S. Legate—Truman nominated taut ra ie al weer °8 | electors.” ware a bubbed' of ’ sid that Churchill was “always
petual peace and safety, through Atlantic force will forma far|fletcher Warren today Ambassa- tha bf re ; : ; | The Liberal Party is the leac es ( core j {f he i es ;
SUT es ' r a é re t ggest of the war. In the past 4 nace ) fl bowli c Lire
Jesus Christ our Lord. roe | trom weak shield agajnst aggres-;dor to Venezuela The diplomat RELIEF FUND lone raiders have appeared pe ong iember of the coalition whic! ing on Se forth. ti ao iseertid re i Sa ata e
—U.E. sion f _ | will succeed Norman Armour wh¢ THE FUND only crept for- the capital but the scale of this| S4UPPorts the Prime Minister Rob er who , } ‘ USATY ae leaders of opposition
| “He cited the decision to begin resigned ward yesterday, There is yot ittack was believed to hint at - G. Menzies’ Conservative Catt ffbreak Be i ind’ never have IT known anybody
+ . e planning for a closer non-military Two Killed. — o en were ‘ much to be done, and those bigger attacks to come. et. With an estimated 71 per} tur er, a eanbd [Fs “ehh f or co party-mad than
U.K. Re ects CO-opeEeh an a ee, ‘the killed and some pas rs trapped who permitted the earlier fhe night attack was followed cent. of the votes in, the standin jul omfortable to Ga sey aa aaa ve
portant. ; He also me i Be ( te temporarily in a ced car “ »pportunities to slip by can by one of the biggest air battles | Was for outlawing Commur in * himself off ( Ae : a UP
is s j decision se ‘ ur tn r an day when two sit trains now correct their error by ot the war en Saturday when 120{ 1,291,000; against 1,443,000 irthern end ifter dy | Se aoe
ranian | ote Greece mt a ‘ the Ationti = e sat Chicago collided on a ground le ve | doing their bit now; it is more American and Russian built jet: —=i,P; pell of 74 1
munity f Beni 9 ¥ Weeporient Pewee track near suburban Maywood At} badly needed than ever. clashed above North Korea. Three | I in Wight. anoth ght The “ADVOCATE”
° : Dee att nae ; least fe ons have been hos-} of the 85 Co ist jets in action | . ! ‘ owler t ‘ ae
On Oil Issue and its purpose was “to = [tes ili oa en aia ie e | es tran j ARE YOU WILLING? were damaans Nose of the 34| ps 000 Chi R I ; ; i ; t + | ith pays for NEWS
war. —U.P. + ater a > Hog a . ¢ 15 ‘ » < ; ; 2
- Sentence. — Nosratollah! American planes was hit in the 25 |e. ujre » { ( { iforth cam« ( _
Ns 99 dames shee onc etahon 16 sakanas Start the day right tomor minutes battle,. : Se cas t 1orthern ¢ id. Taylo t Dial 3113
LONDON, Sept. 22. i caked ‘the late -Pi@mier Razmara row by visiting one of the Central i ront ‘Go Into I d -C hi hortish offbreak on the vad i *
A Foreign Office spokesman said Rid ed Pl ro Cs dee, ae Minister Dr. Hamid banks or the office of this Act ' i ndo-Unina Ow ait amie bh: 48 ; Day or Night
that the British Government has 1 sway ais and Education Minister Dr aye O newspaper, and leaving a ction on the central front slow~ oe ae Se "
rejected a new note from Iran ret Zangeneh, was today sente Sere ‘i | donation. ed considerably with only four | TAIPEH, Formosa, Sept , @ On Page 5
Ds ; : ; aaeiots id & - death by a criminal court here mt, prev. ack $11,242.67 Allied patrols moving out into| Chinese Nationalist tell ao Ligh
containing proposals concerning I oO Delay Talks GWorl's lawyers: anpesied ‘against! ae eee ten ae Peter tetiits icoe ‘leetorte ain onalti int e i
the bitter oil nationalization dis- ¢ PI Blectrie: Gb. Pur st inist territory. Three of the | I aid that two mor
ute He said that the Iranian LOR YO, Sept.22, | the sentence ‘ | Wavkevs «7 5.00 patrols headed northwest of}/Mments totalling 5,000 | Chin
Paani aan oy alate heeba nated Peiping radio alleged today - that Oil Dispute. Vice Premier} da Kumhwa and the fourth probed!Communist “volunteer h Mot fr ve i}
Sd edhe. SRA as + nrovide any | Ridgway planned to impose “new Hosein Fatem iid on Saturday ie 6.00 Red positions northeast of the .™eved into Indo-China to sup) \ | Cai ») lave
Mossadegh “does not provi any ¢ +1 that Iran still hope for a “solution M. E Lt vihieas ine ; in wh Yhe impending Communist off
basis on which negotiations could] “* nditions” to delay the resump- | Pa in ll nope r . EB 100 former iron triangle city. eek coed > i “lei , |
ne TY B The Ir G rn ‘ o~ the Kaesong cease-fire; the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute 4G 1.00 North-Northeast of Kumhwa nS Peers whe ree
be resumed. The [raman Govern- hat tha te iit hes General Chong Tien, Ct =, »
: Naina sntormied.” The brief broadeast indicated Fe it hat the “door” to ne- G'S. ¢ 1,00 Allied artillery knocked out Com- | representative ¢ Qy iy Xess
ment Pee On ee eee >» Reds were getting anxious iations with the British w = munist self-propelled guns. Thi ta a aeeone o the Commi otid bt U
. Teheran \ Hee Primier Hose | the Supreme Unite d stil open and the Government ae be was the first time a Red self-pro a guerilla eS in I
Fatemi saiq today that Iran sti Ae AEST udving solve ‘the oil dispute 7 and a staff of 50 accompar
hopes for penn Irani wn oil di pute Hey" to their invitation to re- ee | een on the central front although | Nationalist Defense Minist :
ae Ve = ; armistice negotiations zs | everal unrevealed reports have|that the Chinese Red
said the door to negotiation it ie heliaf here. aes wert wy 'B.G. OPENS TECHNICAL bi i 1a 1 linese Rev id a,
the British was still open Thi Pe nia th r Ric way might CHINESE REDS PUSH | INSTITUTE been made in recent week ped the movement of troo " “3
action he said will be “the final ain ES me = ns hich AHEAD WITH RAILWAY | : Ot vo Only one United Nations patrolithe coa stal provinces of Chekiar mt ,
step by Government nd the re 4 a ere . R si 7 Ease HONG KONG, Sept. 22 | GEORGETOWN, Sept. 22. reached its objective. One was aS Fukien ‘to Manchur sai
Wee Fae ei) , jul Keep the Reds from Red, aes d ene bla ith het a | sritish Guiana’s Technical In-jordered to return after a 20 min-{Korea rain | soa ce
national order to show BOoRN iy their incessant charges of The ¢ hinese Reds are rushin titute was officially declared open|ute firefight, while another with- UE i oa
for settlement of the oi] question led violations of the neutrallthe rail highway construction in j...¢ evening by His Excellency drew after sighting an estimated | J ry A :
Trade Pact ore at Kaesong. It is understood} south t China adjacent/to Indo-', Gave nor: Sir Charles Wool-{Coimmmunist company entrenched : { ‘ »| Mi)
Iran and Russia opened trade|that Ridgway had intended to send)China for completion before the A recorded aceech. by Lord the »bjective. The fourth sha Sey EY AG as goen. |
negotiations today on new his note Tree aey a oe : ona ~ the year a lo a Hailsham was read ae te oceasion.| patrol attempted to surround a Ke bels Seize I Ow Wt eee ce. demas rene
larger barter Trade Agreemen It was completed and a tran-jofficial agency. / hungking re- (CP), hill north of the line but was . S
Trade talks began as authorita : cript had been made for broad-| po aid that 3,100 miles of ie driven back by heavy Commun- In Rio De Janeiro To ef the best f f bi |
sources reported Premier casting. But a reliable source said hi why ays and other roads are) ELEVEN KILLED AS ist fire. An Allied unit in the ; / g our 0 your icyc e
; ae lt oned the dispatch of| being constructed in that area and} nhwa are ceived 7 , RIO De JANEIRO,
hammed Mossadegh had sen that he a stponed ing ucted 1 |K ihwa area received 70 round i
new set of propossis” to Britain. | the note possibly on orders from|many older routes are being re-} BUS OVERTURNS f 60-7 mortar fire.—U.P. < Septembe r 22
The “new” prosusals were un-|Wasiington so that it could be paired in order to improve | BOGOTA, Colombia, Sept. 22, eee z it reporys ae the neo you nee a
derstood to be basically the same re-drafted.—U.P. * transport facilities. —U.P. | Eleven persons were killed and ong Ben a eres Beal ;
F ee . ‘ 10VE : Marahao i
sie Lose revicusly rejected by seven severely injured when ag . ‘oil ie Pie x r
Br eae the 15-day ultimatur iNERS ’ peeding bus overturned about East German Reds eized the town of Mirador a
Bra Geni eliminated: “The ara CUP WINNER! 100 miles from Bogota 1t was re SI ‘ rat i the interior of { ul rt 7
tum had demanded that ta | ported last — - _ wan omy ash Highway lax neh setsi the toms " : 5
n negotiations on Iran’s ter: | £ rom 1e village o : +thdemes : eae , I
ee would expel the 350 Britis! 14 \! ize to Manizales north- 3 BERLIN, Sept, 22, re sore sald mm a dispats . '
technicians from the Abadan r wes ‘olombia last night—(Cp)| East German Communists slash- |(70™ the State capital of Sao Luiz | THREE OR FOUR SPEED HUB
anate : : ed their prohibitive highway tax ee rebels now hold 18 muni- | ,
if on Western vehicles in conformity |“'P2%Ue ‘
Reliable sources id ° t : : It said that after three day When vo es . ones
had been handed to Br Am- J DIE IN PLANE CRASH vith an agreement to lift the ighting, th o rebel Ont - ve ai I UR \ — gs ng 7
aaah Sir Francie Shepherd, by OHIO, September 22 Soviet’s creeping blockade. But ene ne a rn “are J : MI Y- ae HER gear hills
hass¢ f F: § yherd by Thr A % ‘es beet ws ; can wulavanch (lo? ) tnt ihe state § police 1cadwinds lose their terror
Shah Court Minister Hussein Ala. } Th ee per on were killed ; eUaRA Od the ir interfere NCC} forces the moment the fedet Git dealee) Ete ait comune
~-U.P. | instantly near here la night " vailway parcel post ship- roops are withdrawn.” Feder nd the hub you need. There isa
when their light passenger plane |â„¢ents, forces: have beer bees ef STURMEY rink
; ; ; have been in control of RMEY - ARCHE ¥
attempting to make a landing in : h The East German state reduced apitat ise Tue id i hen Ge dy ie oe
field, crashed and burned. The|the tax on heavy trucks supplying} ernor rre took offi r | du: ier ar,
ee ern iF x k office ¢ i idual requirements,
Children’s Exhibition victims were the pilot, his sister-} Berlin from as high as $75 for a] disorder: which re ulte ad ir ee
in-law, and her daughter T } ound trip through the Soviet zone j death of Pitti person ar |
The next Exhibition at the e | bodies were burned almost beyor 0 $2.50 (njury of 38 other |
Museum will be of Child recognition _ uP. —UP. Lowa i
Art and Handicrafts which wi | |
begin early in October. Teache ! 2
are reminded that artwork an¢ J G t. A B. W. L. F dei ti
handicrafts for the exhibition ca Ow pone e TO ton |
should reach the Mluseum not |
later than Monday 1st. October | (From Our Own Correspondent) Sc who, following the - | financie i] aspect ith the’ Brit |
€ f 1 message from the | Go rer er }
KINGSTON,Sept. 21 Sneaker of the House of Repre- |
The nominated Chamber of tatir forwarding the propos- Resolution Passed
’ umaica’ exislature today de als reached at a recent House de- ftcr t debat I H
TO-DAY S WEATHER Yated proposals for the federation | hate, moved that the Counc il notes'|R. W. Y¥« I id f } fc
CHART f the B.W.I. and reaffirmed com- | with plea haviatlenketion and |.w.1 4 i eoetiratey : FEATURES THAT MAKE :
vlete acce ptance of the principle eptance of ‘he feBeral orinci- | He R I Mi} ‘ w STURMEY - ARCHER GEARS SUPREME
. for e federatidn of British | 5\e of the H f Representatives | Ind ‘ ;
Sunrise; 5.50 a.m. errite in the Catibhean’ thay| > mee Bi eee See age a ees
Sunset: 5.59 p.m. | appointed five of their members to roe ore -. Agee hata ' ¢ : I 7 | The Original
Moon: Last Quarter \a ive Committee pro- m, and support proposals for prope " and Best
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. | a k > House of Re-| immediate conference of the Brit- | sentat J
High Tide: 9.10 a.m., 8.18 “BOO” PATTERSON and Peggy Pitcher, captains of the victo |p ves ish West Indies for final recom-|now united ppr
ad rater < ams ar sen chatting ¢ e Baggage are . n Ps ia or fin om 1OWw un )
p.m. en ithe = ate ae ares innate , fen ‘ or Aes ns se War ine debate federation in the | mendations from the Federal Gov- | federation yv MITED, NOTTINGHAM
Low Tide: 2.25 am. 1.11 shah at ee aie aa "the Elite C ob ae Mr Pp aii lds thee | egislat Cc il initiated by | ernment after a study of the| Government. 1 ated me sniiedaeeininegeiinieieidieiaesiniiabeuneininiis
p.m. Patt . 7 A wr nat ao a : ti frre wae nid. 1 i } + hy os , Hor LA 1 Ju ar 5 one ince Committee’, Ss R evort and are yf the Jarry I Part ne
Crushy Cup which their teams won from nidad e tt vf Jar a caieded : sending : ac aribbean dele ati { a Peon! NTnt |
just ended in Trinidad { Montego Bay ( id ndor liscu ap , reeme i V JEPHERD & CO.. LTD DISTRIBUTORS




















































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Sa ay |) Special Tharsday Coming I © ©
| 13° p.m. |
The Mystery of | B TOWN Joan Crawford in
“ » THE 18TH ‘at Est } PL ATA THE DAMNED
BR E JIGGS & MAGGIE” | DUAL 2310 DON'T ORY
4 IN SOCIRTY TO-DAY 445 AND &.90 Pom with David Bryan }//
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'Q-DAY and continuing Daily at] Opening FRIDAY 28t! w 145, 4.4 we 'D® GORDON PAGE, Resident Trinidad Nurse
4.45 & 8.30 2.30 & 8.30 “WOMAN ON PIER 13" & “FIGHT FILM Surgeon at the Grenada Colo- ASS EDRIS TODD, a nurse of
. . . illness Return Match! | nial Hospital accompanied by his M = evs ta
Robert R i Hospital, Por
onl a ial o : Randy TURPIN - Sugar Ray ROBINSON ||| wife are among the passengers in- : ‘ret ned to Trinidad b
§ Se ‘ ‘ Thomas Gome HIGHLIGHTS in SLOW MOTION! transit through Barbados yesterday W L.A. on Frid aftex spending
a v : : | by the Gascogne. Dr. Page is en- A day guest of
They made the mit See er eee oe ane route to the U.K. on holiday after Miss Cy 1 Ferde of Green Hill
Great American : Gary COOPER Ruth ROMAN in DALLAS ** Color by Technicolor janes he will take up a new ap- Be € ivilg he wes enter
dr | te tpointment at Gibraltar a i a f party by Miss
eam | \—= = ‘ A farewell luncheon party was Fe I night.
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Ma’o—Gordon
“ SUGAR FOOT”

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Randolph Scott—Adele Jergens
8. Z. Sakali—Raymond Massey

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“BEAT THE BAND”

Virginia
Frances Langford and

TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS
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Return Match
Sugar ay
TURPIN ROBINSON
Also The Action Feature
Robert Mitchum in «
THE BIG
Jane Greer

Monday (Only) 8.30 p.m
Warner Bros. Presents
John Gielgud—Diana

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afternoon at the Santa Maria
| Hotel. Among the guests present
|were Mr. and Mrs. Groome, Mr.
Bobby” de Souza, Mrs. H. de
Gale, Miss Tidy, Mr. Winslow and
Miss Watts, Matron at the hos-
pital
Other intransit passengers on the
Gaseogne bound for England «re
Mr. Alfred Rapier and Miss Celia
Renwick of Grenada. Mr. Rapier
is on a C. D. & W. scholarship and
will be attending the Regent Street
Polytechnic College to study civil
engineering. He is a brother of
Willie Rapier who is an Old Lodge
| Boy.
Miss Renwick is on her way to
lt nursing at the Royal Free
Hospital in London. She is on a
four-year course,

Married In Canada

LADIOLI graced the alter of

,

= in their honour on Friday



Ree Aegian
R. JACK EDE and Mr. Arthur
Hodgson, two members of the

crew who brought out the Yacht

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Carlisle Bay from England for Mr.
Teller. an Englishman now resid-
ng in Barbados, returned home
vesterda morning in the SS.
Gascogte after spending two and a
1alf months here
They both told Carib that they
had an enjoyable stay and re-
gretted having to leave.
The other two members who
ime out with the Yacht, re-
\ to E land two weeks ago.
The » the captain, Command-
r L re, R.N. and the mate,
I s Office:
vas chief engineer of
acht hile Mr. Hodgson was

Spent Summer Vacation

: : ANY Barbadian students who

Fst. — s —" oe I are studying in England and
recently W on ee oe & a Canada, returned yesterday morn-
pees 2 eb. al SONS, te 2 MR. AND MRS. JACK HOWELL ing by T.C.A. after spending the

‘Nicholls of Christ Church, Barba-
‘dos was united in marriage to
Mervyn, only son of Mr. and Mrs
M. Williams of Trail B.C,

Rev. F. C. Musson performed
the ceremony in which the bride
|was given in marriage by her
| brother-in-law, Mr. Wm. Cornyn.

Quiet Wedding

N Thursday last, 20th Septem-
ber, Mr. Timothy Augustus
‘Jack” Howell, Jnr., son of Dr
Timothy A, Howell of “Howelton”’,
The Morne, St. Lucia and Mrs.



summer yacation with their rela-
tives,

Among those leaving were Mr,
John Godard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Goddard of “Kennington”,
c Street who is doing his
year in Economics at Queen’s
University, Kingston, Ontario; Mr.

To Study Engineering

R. GUY MARSHALL who has
just completed his education
at Harrison College, left yesterday
by the French S.S. Gaseogne for
England where he will

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; 2 study €M- Aanwes Carter an :
S The _—— a aoe vi @ Simmons-Howell of “Martindale”, gineering with Mirrlees, Bickerton MM "Sy ide crate ut Gina tee,
Stee x ‘Gg 7 ;§0wn of parchment-white nylon fHastings, was married quietly to and Day of Stockport. Sti tat eee ieee ae
om. 2 GLOBE %| sheer over ivory satin, fashioned Miss Constance Stella Ford Guy is the son of Mr. and Mr: ‘Geel Dahteate: Lie” eames
ard . TONITE 8.30 p.m. — MON. — TUES. 5 & 8.15 p.m. a with an embroidered bodice and a daughter of the late W. Forde and Harold V. Marshall of Clifton Chatter ot Ree of Mire. Rubee
Saas oie! 18 The Life Story of Frank & Jesse James % tiered skirt au traine. She wore a Mrs, Emily Forde of Kingstown, Plantation, St. Thomas. Challe ner of “Valery” Upper
a. oe \ x IN * full-length veil of illusion net and St. Vincent and sister of renee Galtemeare Rock who is returning
% * aes ¥jcarried a colonial bouquet of Forde, Barrister-at-Law 1e : a a, dete Miss Dorothy Watson,
| 12 “The Great Missouri Raid g American beauty roses. ceremony which was performed ME. 88ee PASTERNAK of soe pv a oe. hace
% with 8) nant Geman wee Mr. Hensi ty Down Tasiewo ctiy’ ater Worthine: was'a pesserger yenss, Watson of Weiches, St. Micheel
‘ Wendel COREY——McDonald CAREY—Ellen DREW % | Bonli of Calgary and Mr. William Chureh a eerste dav ‘innoninr be T C. At hen, vho is doing her third year in
$ Anne REVERE %}| Glass acted as usher. During the 3.30 p.m. The ok wine was Ody. He hee gone to studs encin, Home Economics at McDonald
x Special Bhorts x signing of the register, Mr. Glass given in an ie cing, "lachead eering at McGill University, College; Miss Pat Zephirin, daugh-
Yd ¥ “BEST OF THE BREED” § sang “O Perfect Love,” accom- alehon Se ‘indie Site alk " er of Mrs, Stella Zephirin of the
* , TALENT & AUDITION TO-DAy 9.30 A.M. panied by Mrs. A. L. Freebairn. wae ; gm M ied At St. M hi Savoy, Bay Street, who is doing
, ; ankle-length dress with a lace arrie t St. Matthias . —_ ee
% x A reception was held at the - i . 3 her third year in Home Economics
y Re ee eee, g ’s broth oke giving an off the shoulder N Thursday September 20, at °, - Rateueaiies .¢ oars
.: A POG mr home of the bride’s bi her-in-law tftect.» Her veil was floor-length O St. Matthias Chuteh at 4.30 a. cna a ae Dowding.
ic ak ’ blomonow. She wore gold accéss- Mr and Mrs. Mervyn Brewster oh — P wwer Festate “andl
ve JANETTA DRESS SHOP : hich, had_been own, trom the Gris. ani carried a bouquet of of Hindsbury Road was married to Qive Elizabeth Skeete, daughter of
a a ete, et ‘olls home in Barba ~ anthurium lilies he was attend- wics Doreen Mohamed, daught o es » Maas
3 ated the bride's table. Tuberoses, oq by ther sister, Mrs. Marie ae sett Mr = N jaush od Mr. . $n4 ae x te ern we
OLYMPIC ROYAI LOWER BROAD STREET % anthurium lilies (also from Bar- Spooner as Matron- ‘of-honour and of Alkins Road. ens. a eho Ares Aaube
. py a se gladioli, ag ~ her nieces, the Misses os and, The bride who was given in Honal School ‘at Tring, Herts.
ia — ; pacious living room. e toast Betty Spooner, were the flower ,, age by Mr. Elifott Hinkson al § ‘ , .
Last 2 Shows TO-DAY Ss Beach, Afternoon g to the brid , " iM by Dr, oe fey, Marriage by Mr. Elli nks :
TO-DAY & Tomorrow ’ 8.15 pee E © the bride was proposed by Dr. girs, The duties of bestman fell yore 4 dress of slipp atin with liday
4.30 & 8. 15 4.30 & 8.18 DRE FS Cocktail, Evening R Self of Calgary. to Mr. Alwyn Howell brother of a Pe yoke sat : "lane leeves Iss a Leite of
Columbia Big Double % For travelling the bride wore a ¢he groom, | trimmed with pearls. Her head M: Bar
sia as : ose-beige suit with brown acces- The reception was held at the 4), aiiis a4 Atesantartth(s a eee Tor 3ritish Guiana is now in Bar-
Universal Atomic Double . CHILDREN'S PANTIES—in all Sizes sories and an orohid corsage»After pome of Mr. Charles Spooner, St. eil. She carried a bouquet of. 2240s for a couple ee holi-
; ja stop in Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. ppijip and the honeymoon is being O can” Anno'e rae sits iay staying with her brother-in-
Maria MONTEZ — Jon HALL Cotton from 64c, to $1.16 % baby we mee se Mont- a at Silver Sands. ee ee Sees ' faMs la and sae Pi ate ah
5 | real where they will reside Mr. Howell is returning to She wae atianded by M ‘loria Lrelehton Birch o ar’, st.
in Rayon from 520. to 80 % Out-of-town guests were Dr. Curacao where he is employed Ph sh eae nancRtG fe ‘hi ena She was = ae
Cc i. with C.P.I1.M. while his bride iS yisses Jovee and Nits Roberts S.S. Gascogne yesterday mo g.
a D E Calgary; Miss Mary Switzer and yeturning to St. Vincent and will wicg Cynthia Clarke, Miss Peggy After Three Weeks
ALI BABA AN TH Mr. Philip Switzer of Blairmore; join him later in Curacoa. Lyte, Miss Carmen Cordle and ISS RUTH SEALE returned to

Williams of Trail
Barbados,

Joan and

Tryhane of as brides-

TY ‘ ‘ Miss Coreen Bradshaw Canada yesterday by T.C.A.
FOR THIEVES nm Mrs, In Aid of Hurricane ISS n AV anada yeste a

D a a ut sia Sati peat ee three oe holi-
To Join Husband amage er flower girls were ne Misses ay. Also re Ur ning y e same
partments will be ‘ er- Heather and Mabb Brewster, Miss opportunity was Mr. D. Layne, a
In Flaming Technicolor that our De RESHMEN and the Und Maggie Rocheford, Miss Gareth Canadian from Quebec who was

M*: C. S. LEE of Airy Hill, St. graduates from the Univer-





i » Misses arbara and idavi sre staying at “Briar
George who has been resid- sity College of the West Indies Hoppin; the Misses Barbi Beh ime holidaying ae staying at “Briar
4 Leila Amin, Miss Jean Goffar and Wood”, St, ichael
and ie CLOSED FOR STOCK fng in Barbados for the past four who are here on Rive 3.3 Oy Miss Carmen Massiah.
aae years, left yesterday morning by holding a dance at the ‘The éeremony was conducted by
ere y was
AMERON battling Lawles. T.C.A. for Canada to join her hus- on Wednesday. September 26. Rev. M. E. Griffiths. The dutic EV. A. F. MANDEVILLE,
Ieenegades to build the Bloodies band who is in charge of a large This dance Siena Reverie © of bestman were petformed by will daapive ae ns Be ge
pr xcellenc ne Governor, y,,. oC, REAL athe Winns receive his ;
ery ae ae ee WEISSMUTIRR as follows := Ludic Olinelasin Celgene prow eae Police. Band Dance pes Rew a te ap |, g y Art Rural Dean of St. Michael by
“ae ; cy A apr he Lord Bishop at the Paris
as JUNGLE JIM ;, » — Tuesday, Wednesday and She was accompanied by her four Orchestra will play, ione to {¢T Mr. Anderson Hope, and Mr. A ee gn Ae a ao
ane Lumber and Hardware — Tuesday, b children, Anne, Olive, Stella and A lot of damage was done tO Kenneth Moore. pean pepper espe
p ¥ GMY Thursday, 2nd—4th October Jean their Common Room and Gym- A reception was held it the od : F : _
Mr, Lee who was living in Bar- nasium in the hurricane | last jesidence of the bride's parents ;
OLD ISLAND Plantation Supplies — Tuesday and Wednesday mados, returned to Canada six month, and any morey made at Alkins Road. RE RITY Rae cice Mn
October months ago. the dance will go toy,ards repairs
han Savage’ David Bruce ® ial snd and 1 Student Ret and replacements. — Ra
Steven Geray d 2nd October—morning only urns hundred invitations have beer
FEXAS ome Edible Oil Sales—Tuesday, 2nd Octo

Miss
Will our Customers please note
R, DOUGLAS PHILLIPS of sent out, and it is hoped that the

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: Be i ies mn, 74 Grenada who was here for dance receives the support it
Wi f siness as us 4 Mare Guest House, left by T.C.A, Back To Trinidad
x, “
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Fuzzy KNIGHT — Ray WHITLEY Starring THE HARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE his summer vacation in Grenada Ges, Peat nd Co. bas
& His Ber-6 Boys Lon McCALLISTER with COTTON FACTORY LID. through. here last week on their |Tinidad, returned to Trinidad
; ee William ‘Bill” PHILLIPS wey 10 Canada to wail on Friday evening by B.W.LA.,
Tues. & Wed, 4.30 & 8.15 > " . ee jafter spending a holiday here:
ACTION-PACKED DOUBLE Mon, and ‘Tues. 4.30 and 8.15 [j= . - pata 7 ee SORALRAS. OY; HE
APONAIE ~ as 7 5. jers is the daughter
WVONNE BN eo cRON one —— Rouble , : ‘ot Me, a ‘i I M’ Kidney of
GENE AUTRY KING OF THE - : | Strathelyde.
in COWBOYS in Barbadian Planter
| By R. JOHN MARSH of Banna-
is Z me antation, Christ
ae See wrens — | f ni ve patie oe oy - BWLA.
and TERRITORY ” on hed spent a holiday. Te. was
ote i y his wife an
MIKEL CONRAD in | and THIS IS TO NOTIFY OUR CUSTOMERS mai
; »» | WARNER BAXTER :
‘ARCTIC MAN HUNT” | = AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT WE , ee Reem
Filmed in 0 fey Fields of K N went up to = UGA:
Alaska ‘ : * h the .
aka “STATE WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING HO. Bntage who has gone thers
THIIRS , an : +5 | th terest of his health, re-
THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.i5| PENITENTIARY ” AS FOLLOWS ‘neh ined a Friday morning via
| Trinidad by B.W.LA. He was
“ODD MAN OUT” | sxcrrement RUNS HIGH | accompanied by Mrs. Emtage, _ MR. AND MRS. VICTOR BREWSTER
| a t s —
and Opening FRIDAY 28TH Pierhead Hardw are Stor © am eee
ts m9 Bay ‘ | EDGE WATER COMMUNITY CHOIRS
BLACK CAT | “KANSAS RAIDERS TUESDAY 25th ED. 26th & CHINA DOLL }) ASSOCIATION
ete . r y 6 MARHILL STREET HOTEL a Re.
R @ xX Y THURSDAY 27th inst. B'dos Chinese Eating BATHSHEBA MEMORDAL CONCERT
t Open TONITE—6 to Midnite }) | mt to the late
TODAY TO WED, 4.45 & 8.15 Cerner Store & Sales Dept wees Oakes Shrimp | | Reduced Rates ist May to Fr. W. HOPKINS, M.A.
- - . Pe ' re Oyster Cocktails | 3lst October for visits of
d ‘Chick: '
UNDER THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE! Pet fod Wanton en | suc reat sarees Eh tli
é ; : DIAL 4 -DAY 4.30 p.m.
B hon | ‘PANS BS RAIDERS | WEDNESDAY 26th & fortran EE atmo sors |B seamen roennne U-
esse \
THURSDAY 27th ES
: BEREBREeBHEEBEEREHREHEEBEERERBEHEEES
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| OUR LUMBER DEPT. WILL BE OPEN AS s EXCELLENT VALUES
USUAL WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOU .
yy ity ini Sauce ‘ Cafe Ware in Brown &
ARRANGING YOUR PURCHASES or | OP eet bree me
FE Rae $4.73, $5.15, $6.30 || Tea Pots .. 70e.—$1.26
r ACCORDINGLY Kettles 3 & 4 Pts. . $1.56—$3.07 || Coffee Pots $1.01—$1.46
a Se MEMES Oncnect ack sta $2.35—$3.46 || Milk Jugs ................. 62¢c.—$1.19
¥ ‘ : Pett Lavatory Brushes .. 77 || Sugars : ; ... 59e.
re Yor hit WURDAY bin DONLEY * Warserte CHAPMAN « Scott BRADY Thanking you Hand Brooms . 73 || Coffee Mills $4.90 —$10.58

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SEPTEMBER 23,

1951

FARM AND GARDEN

> By AGRICOLA

CALLING FOOD

GARDENERS
Those whv cesire to ensure

early supply of

etables, such as cabbage,
flower, tomato and onion, s
begin at once to make prepar
for sowing so that
the seedlings to permanen
tions in the garden he





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place dure Nove ” with
subsequent planting at suitable
intervals in order to have a steady

succession of regular supplies du-
Ting the favourable months to
follow. An eye should be kept too
on the exhibition requirements as
good money prizes are offered for
a wide variety of garden produc

at the Annual Exhibiti in De-
cember. True, December is usually
a little early for this produce to be





plentiful and at its best, but the
earlier the start the better the
chances of success, considering
too that seed supplies are not
usually of the highest. quality at
this time of the vear and n

than normal care is required ir
securing a good stand of plants.
It should be remembered that the
bulk of the seed supply i 1
in the temperate zone and has

been harvested the previous au-

tumn, It is worked over, cleaned
and packed for distribution du-
ring the winter months for use
in the spring and summer; it

therefore follows that the freshest
seed will not be available in these
parts at this time of the year.
However, where care has been
taken to keep imported seed in
sealed containers in cold storage
and not exposed too long in
show cases and on shop counters,

its germinating quality and vi-
tality can be retained at a sat-
isfactory level but which soon

decreases On exposure to the hu-
mid air of the tropics. Gardeners
should, therefore, be on t rd
in purchasing seed
been lying around
posal and, after
take care to place it in a seale

lin—any sort of tin will do so

which has
awaiting dis-
securing 1 t 1

long as the cover fits securely
and a complete closure possible
with gummed paper or tape; if

a refrigerator is handy do not
hesitate to keep the tin there and

to replace it as quickly as possi-
hle after periodic removal of
any of the seed. Germination

failures and seed wastage can be

very frustrating, especially to
beginners and, moreover, can
become quite an item of expense.

Generally speaking, there are
two alternatives in establishing
a nursery—either to use a part of
one of the garden beds, suitably
prepared for seed germination
and keeping in mind the need

for protection from heavy showers

and the hot mid-day sun, or to
start with seed boxes. At this
time of the year when ants are
plentiful and heavy showers still
frequent, preference should be
given to the box method since

+ be more easily
md the boxes, if made
can be moved around

} weather, sunlight and
4 dd type of seed box
e about four to six inches
i of a convenient size
If the bottom is made
piece, then holes for

» must be pierced; if two

ee pieces or slats; openings

‘ them say half-an
ie will be ample for the per-
Cover the holes or openifigs

V a layer of small stoneg or
bricks, then a few dry leaves on
top of these and next fill the box
within half-an-inch of the top
with good garden soil—this should
not be too fine but rather erum-
bly, else it may pack with frequent
watering; then level the soil and
water either from a can with a
e rose or by placing the bottom
of the box in water; excess water
hould be allowed to drain off
ing the soil sufficiently damp

10t ~water-logged. Sow the
not too thickly over the sur-
e and cover lightly with a thin
soil; then sprinkle









of dry



th water,
ary
to be

other

Never let the soil
out and watering may have
done twiee daily; on the
hand, too much water
induce ‘damping off of ‘the
eedlings. Experience wiil
n tell the amount of watering
needed. Cover the boxes with
leaves or boards during the first

may

young



few days until the seed begins
to sprout when sunlight is essen-
tial to prevent spindly growth
but remember not suddenly to
expose the boxes at this stage
to the full effect of the sharp
id-day sun, Make sure that
0d, clean, soil free from weeds
ind ants is used in the first place
ind protect the boxes from later
nt intrusions by placing them
Cn a small stand with legs which
can be treated with ant tape
( by standing them in tins of
crude oil. Never under-estimate
the ant as a pest.

GARDENING HINTS
FOR AMATEURS

The Garden
In September
(Grass-path and their
up-keep)

Of the various types of garden
path the most attractive, but at
the same time the most trouble-
some is the Grass Path. Nothing 1s
lovelier than well kept velvety
green turf, but to keep it so needs
constant attention, Weed has to be
watched for and kept down, and
the grass mrust be constantly well
mown and rolled. But, perhaps
the biggest headache with a grass
path is keeping a good edge, espe-
cially in these rainy menths. The
edge, softened by heavy rain is su
apt to get washed away, and in
no time the path is several inches
narrower than it should be and
with a ragged untidy edge.

There is only one way to cope
with this trouble. The edge must
be built up again.

To do this, get a plank of wood
and place it on edge along, but a
little way from the broken edge.

If it is not possible to get » ptank
the whole length, the edge must
be done in sections.

Having fixed the plank firmly,
proceed to fill in the space between
the plank and the broken edg» of
tre path this way. First put in a
layer of small stones and ram
them firm, This gives strength
and foundation to the edge, and
ensures it a longer life. Then, f.2) in
on top of the stones with earth,
pressing it very firmiy down, and
continue to fill in until the new
part is raised slightly above the
old part. This is done to allow for
sinkage and after a whule it may
be found necessary to add yet
more earth. Having finished the
filling in leave the plank in place
for some time, weeks if necessary,
for the new edge must be given
time to thoroughly settle down and
become firm before its support is
taken away. When at length the
grass has thickly covered the new
part and the whole path has been
rolled and mowed, then only can
the supporting plank be remeved.
This face-lifting of a grass path m
no way ensures its life indefinitely,
but, it does renovate it for some
time, the lenzth of time being de-



termined by its daily treatinent
and the weather.
Stone Edge
Mueh of the trouble with the

edge of lawns and grass paths can
be avoided by putting down an
edge of brick or of our local sawn
stone. This ensures a permanent
neat edge which once laid down
will require no further attention.
Of the two edgings, brick and
sawn-stone, sawn-stone has _ the





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Drafting A Basic Skirt



easure taken seven inches dowr

YOU may either @raft a basic from the waistline plus one inch
kirt pattern on paper or draw [or side seam and one half inch
your skirt direct on the cloth with for ease. Call this point B and
you wear plain A to B with a straight line

tailor’s chalk. If

two gored skirts a lot it will save The location of the dart shou

1
you time to draft a paper patterm correspond with the location of
which you can use over and over dart in the bodice. If it is a
again separate skirt you may usually

make e dart about three or three

The length of your paper sheuld
equal the length you wish your
skirt plus the width of the hem

from the
use three

e half inches
tre back. If you









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plus %” for a seam at the waist- — ¢ asure one inch from this
line. The width for the back gore ¢ along the waistline for the
should be half the back hip mea- “ Fr the centre back al
sure, the 7” down measure, plus ever h hip line measure
%&” for ease plus about 2” for three and one half inches
flare at the bottom plus 1” for side 7 the end or point of the
seam. It is more pt 1 a7 tha paat ne a eee
abo “ for side sear re VO points you ade
Sat pce ane be « C wa e to complete the
ing to leave the inch c

otherwise the skirt ;

Is 1 good time to chet
ee C~ ENC iown hip measure,
Mark one lengtnwise edge of the hips bulge suddenly close
paper “Centre Back, Lay on Fold istline you will find
Measure from this edge across the ust make some adjustment
top of the paper one half of your this point or the skirt will be
back. waist measure plus ont o tight here Measure three
ich for side seam. Call this point ynches down and at this point
A woasure across one half of the
Next measure down the centre thee inch down back hip measure
back seven inches and at this plus one half inch which is the
point measure across the width size of the dart at this level plus

one .nch for seam. If this measure
Ss ge meee f ~~ ment comes beyond your side
advantage over brick. If is more line, make a mark for it or
easily procurable, it is simpler to nm how much beyond it comes.)
lay, and being porous it allows a if it ant thw ade’ dean Tite
certain amount of drainage and so ; ; right and no adjustment
keeps the bed less soggy than the need be mame. if 4 canes on
closer bricks. The local Sawn- | inch beyond. simpisn-shorbes
stone comes in blocks which meas~ |, dart : sn, then Mhnitees SnKie dail
ure 2 feet by | foot. For the edging, it ett Baca? angie es
the block must be sawn length- | sitter. wou wih have ¢
wise in three, resulting in three . en tHe dart and curve/ out
2° feet lengths of 4 inch thickness. the Ae satiny too
These three lengths must be sawn Join unt B to the bottom cor
in -half again lengthwise so that - of t paper with a straight
one block finally gives 12 feet line. Cut off the extra paper along!
of edging (in 6 lengths) each meas- {he side seam
uring four inches by 6 inches by 2 The front gore is made the same
feet. way ising the front measure-

ments. The front waistline should

A description how to lay dowh |. sioped from the side seam to

the edge has been given in a pre+ one half ineh at the centre front

vious article, but perhaps a re-

The ease that is included in these
mindey will be useful.

ections totals two inches around
the hips
well for most people but a
small person may find it excessive.

Once the stone has been cut, it
is very easily placed in position
along the edge. Place it in position,

one length at a time. No cement is

The amount allowed for ease

necessary, but a mallet isneededto . nq the bottom of the skirt
knock the stone down firmly on adds to eight inches. This too i:
its base. The second length of stone p\.nage A pencil slim skirt bot

must be placed to touch the end ,,,, may be cut by the hips’ meas
of the first, and so on. A length of ure with no added ease, but will
string from end to end will help , . slit or a pleat to giv
to keep it level. When all the
lengths are in place fill in on either

comfort

This amount works very |
very)

!

|

side firmly, leaving just a few Jext week we will explain th
inches above the surface to formy method of cutting a four gore flare}
the edge. skirt directly from the cloth

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BARBADOS RECOVERS
AFTER BAD’ START
BY BARNEY MILLAR

A BARBADOS was off to a good start yesterday in the
\ first cricket game against British Guiana. After a
none too auspicious beginning, the middle men rose
to the occasion and three hundred went up before
the day’s play was ended. It



was a good recovery
Â¥ and at this distance from the scene of operations we
| say hats off to Norman Marshz!! $5 not out, Farmer,
a hard hit 62, Keith Walcott an enterprising 59, and Proverbs for a
| stolid fighting 55. Your good work at a critical period has laid the
| foundation for a fighting finish, and precluded the possibility of defeat
except there's a miserable collapse later on.
The evergreen Berkley Gaskin seems to enjoy the good old summer
| game all the while, and he picked his usual “pepper”, when he got thé
inexperienced Hunte to play forward to one of his late outswingers.
| Hunte was caught but I feel sure he has learnt his lesson. ’Tis the usual
| thing that happens. I used to hear the oldsters say: “Experience is a
; grand school, but the fees are high.”
*

So much for that. It is -. early to say much about the
game but the stage seems well set for a very interesting struggle.
Now is the chance for promising youngsters to win their spurs and

| make their mark while the big guns are away in Australia.

Go to it lads.

* * *

| It was interesting *o hear that one of the umpires is McIntyre,
the Surrey and England wicket keeper who is in British Guiana on’
}a coaching engagement. He kept wicket against the West Indies
in the’ Test game in which Evans did not play. I well remember the
| thrill which shot through me when Clyde Walcott stumped him off
Ramadhin. According to all reports it was really a fine bit of work.
And it was a critical period of the game for England.

John Arlott called McIntyre the night watchman meaning that
| McIntyre had been sent in to hold the fort until next day, as it was
| late in the evening. But, ‘the Ram’ sent down the wrong ’un, and
| Clyde was all there with a neat bit of stumping.

j “Out!” said Chester’s uplifted finger but Frank Chester also made
sure that no other English wicket would fall that evening because
;he promptly removed the bails, thus signalling the end of play.
There may be two minutes allowed for a batsman to come in—
but it was two minutes to time so Frank made doubly sure and there
| the matter rested.
| The West Indies won the Test however

| WAR DECLARED

} Memory funny fellow. Sometimes he trots out something
| just because the setting is appropriate. For instance I seem to remem-
| ber, some years ago when a Barbados team was doing battle in
| British Guiana. The great George Challenor and left-hander Harry
j Ince were batting in fine style, and one humorous scribe
something like this in the columns of his paper: —

‘Without reference to the Court, a representative of the Diplo-
matic Corps reported that a State of War has been declared to
exist between Barbados and British Guiana. The last named
territory has been under steady bombardment for some time.
Wisden’s Red Ball shell is being used. Capt. George Challenor
is in command on the right wing, and Lieut. H. W. Ince the left.
Many casualties have been reported but. in accordance with the
best traditions—women and children are safe.”

* * *

| This was the result of some hurricane batting by George Challenor

ind some vicious cutting by Dillon Ince. “It was dangerous to be
standing anywhere around the ground.”
Barbados scored over 600 runs then.

HEROES ALL ;
Congratulations to the Water Polo players who returned yesterday
With both trophies. They had a really enjoyable period and were asked
| un every hand: “When are you coming again?”
Keep it up and may further success attend you,

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Broadeast

The ball by ball cricket
commentary on the B.G.—
Barbados game can be
heard on Z.F.Y. in the 49
metre band.

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Spades. only to hear Four
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Sparian Beat
Lodge Outright

The fifth series of First Division cricket games went into

its second day yesterday.
Spartan defeated Lodge by
scored a chanceless century
ers.

LODGE vs. SPARTAN

++ieee 70 and 90
(for 5 wkts.) 211

SPARTAN rushed through their
game with Lodge School yester-
day, the second day of their three-
day first division cricket fixture,
to decisively defeat them by an
innings. Spartan scored 211 for
the lost of five wickets after they
had bowled out Lodge for 70 and
then bowled out the boys again for
90 runs.

Spartan were very much in a
forced run getting mood so that
they could make their defeat a
two day one. L. F. Harris, Spar-
tan’s all-rounder treated the
school boys with scant respect and
collected 95 runs for himself. The
other batsman to entes
figure was Cozier who ended up
with 53 not out. ;

Brookes was Lodge School's
most successful bowler. He took
three wickets for 55 runs during
12 overs.

Fast bowlers Phillips of Spartan
was the hero bowler for his team.
After taking four wickets in the
first innings, he again took four
yesterday for 18 runs in 10 overs
Spin bowler K. Bowen took thre¢
wickets for 33 run

The only two batsmen to make
any show against the Spartan at-
tack in the second innings was Mr
McComie who tonscored with 37
and Hutchinson who played a good
hand for 24.

seore 4



PICKWICK vs. WANDERERS
PICKWICK 307
WANDERERS (for no wkt.) 8

A_ chanceless century bel
lunch by Pickwick batsmen T.

before
s.

Birkett and a good supporting
innings of 77 by his team mate
Eric Edwards, were the _ high-

lights of yesterday's first division
cricket game with Pickwick and
Wanderers at the Oval.

There was no play on the first
day of the game on account of
the sodden condition of the out-
ficld. Yesterday the weather was
cool and Pickwick who won the
toss, batted on an easy paced
wicket and occupied the wicket
for almost the entire afternoon
to score 307. In tre few minutes
remaining for play, Wanderers
scored 8 without loss.

Birkett who went into bat at

an innings and T. S. Birkett
for Pickwick against Wander-

at least get first inning
next Saturday. Carlton took

first innings lead of 130 runs from
Empire after bowling out the Bank
Hall team for 47 runs. Empire’s
batsmen batted doggedly in their
second innings to score 78 runs for

lead point



the lost of three wickets. They

now have 52 more runs to s

to draw even before giving

Black Rock team a figure to go at
Good scorers for Carlton were

N. S. Lucas who topscored with

56 and K. Greenidge who made 48
O. M. Robinson was seen in his
usual unperturbed form in as





ing Empire to make a s i
yesterday evening. His wicket i
still intact after he has scored 38.

Partner to him in holding the
Carlton bowlers at bay was E. W
Grant whe made 30. ~

Carlton’s pacer Edghill captured









two of the three wickets for
runs. The other batsman w
run out.

POLICE vs. COMBERMERE
POLICE 138

COMBERMERE (for 8 wkts). 178



Combermere gained first innings
lead over Police yesterday, th
second day of their first division
fixture at Queen’s Park. Police,



who in 110 minutes of play on the





first day lost eight of their wickets
for 94 runs, were all out shortly
after 2 p.m. yesterday for 138. By

close of play, Combermere replied
th 178 for the loss of eight wick-



et

Top scoret for Combermere wz
O. Wilkinson who was run out ;
38. G. Francis, 35 and G. Grant 34,
play good supporting innings fe
Combermere,

A. Blenman of Police played a
fine innings of 80 and was chiefly
responsible for piloting his team’:



first innings past the 100 m
Blenman added 33 runs to his 47
not out on the first day before |

gave wicketkeeper Alleyne a nice

catch off pacer Frank King
Bowling for Combermere, Frank

King ended up yesterday with six

wickets for 43 runs while Mr. S. I

Smith took the other four Police
wickets for 40 runs.
C. Blackman carried off the

Police, bowling honours by taking



four wickets for 28 runs. E. Green
got two of the schoolboys’ wickets
for 38 runs and I. Byer took 1 for

22

the fall of the first wicket with 33.

the score at 25, began to punch
the Wanderers 'cwling from the
start. He was extremely harsh
on anything short of a length and
sent the ball to the boundary fre-
quently, using the pull stroke to
good advantage.

Edwards on the _ other
who was misseal when he was
about 40 when Peirce failed to
hold a hard low return, played a
very good innings which was
characterised with shots all
around the wicket.

Together with Birkett, he had
put on 177 for the second wicket.
His innings of 77 included five
boundaries while Birkett who
scored 117, got no less than 16
boundaries including two sizes.

With the
two batsmen,

hand

of these
began to

dismissal
wickets

fall rapidly and apart from a
valuable jnnings of 36 including
four boundaries by skipper
Bruce Inniss, a brisk 27 includ-

g 4 fours and one six by Allan
Bitter who went in at number
Wl and a useful 14 by Clayton
Greenidge, no other batsman
reached double figures.

Bowling for Wanderers 4
Peirce got the most wickets, tak-
ing three for 72, in 13.3 overs
while St. Hill who had sent down
27 overs five of which were
maidens got-2 for 72.,J. Corbin
and L. Greenidge each got 2 for

Ae





40 and 49 respectively.
EMPIRE vs. CARLTON
Empire 47 and (for 3 wkts.) 78
Ch his. ae, 177

EMPIRE made a grand struggle
to stave off complete defeat at the
hands of Carlton in their First
Division Cricket match at Bank
Hall yesterday, but Carlton will

BRINGS
QUICK
RELIEF

FROM



_—

Y.M.P.C, HARR. COLLEGE
RMP. 4 yet cei

vs.

. 66 and 76

Harrison College 37 and (for 6
WGI 6-0. 5's > mcrae eaih 84
HARRISON COLLEGE, in their
match against Y.M.P.C. at the

Y.M.P.C, grounds need 22 runs for
an outright victory and still have
four wickets in hand,

Towards the end of play yester-
day the excitement rose to a high
pitch, Roddy Austin, Y.M.P.C,
pace bowler, when Harrison Col-
lege looked sure of victory, began
to skittle out the school boys. In
one over he took two wickets with-
out any runs being scored off-him.
At about 5.55, when Austin was
about to send down his thirteenth








over, the Harrison College bats-
men A. Alley and M. Simmons,
who we King no chances,
appealed for light and stumps
were drawn

On the first day Y.M.P.C, made
66, Harrison College replied with

37











When play started yesterday
Y.M.P.C. were 20 for the loss of
three v ts. The Beckles Road
team went on to add 56 runs, giv-
ing Harrison College 106 runs for
victors L., Greenidge knocked up
1 valuable 28 before he was un-
fortunately run out

Bowling for Harrison College
Mr. S. Headley took three for 12
In their second venture Harrison
College have so far lost six wick-
t t runs. C. Blackman was



the stalwart for the school team






He made 35 Mr, S. Headley
made 15 and M. Worme 14.

Roddy Austin took three for 23
in 12 overs of which five were
maide1 I. Burke took two for
23 and E. Branker one for 17. The
end of match on Saturday
should be very interesting.

Scores on Page 14





SUNDAY. 23,
T.T.C. STAKES UP
What About The Classic Races?

By

SEPTEMBER 1951



BOOKIE

FRIEND of mine in

very influential circles once took












d the trouble to write me about an article I wrote some
years ago on increased stakes. I believe it was some time
in 1948, but although I cannot remember the @xact date
I do ember that it was not more than 3 years ago.
At the time I took the view that the major races in
th er icing were not weil e sh endowed and
ar th regard to the classics, I remember
me : which I thought we would one
lay an friend informed me that after reading



my ¢ le he thought I was the most incurable optimist.
Furthermc he iid that it was almost certain fhat stakes in
Trinidad would not grt any higher. In fact, at that jtimé, he was sure
that racing in the West Indies had reached its high-water mark and
that if anything, we were in for a reduction, I believe the sum I
mentioned which I thought the Trinidad Derby would be worth to
the winner was $8,000. This particularly drew his fire. On this score
he called me a “dreamer of dreams.”

Well one may imagine the interest with which I read another
letter from my friend two or three weeks ago informing me that

1 would shortly be receiving a programme for the forthcoming T.T.C
Christmas meeting :













& of 1951. This programme, read his letter, he ex-
pected me to greet with super-superlatives. I therefore had an
inkling of what as in the wind.

One may : pardon the feeling which prevails when one is
20ut to see one’s most ple nt predictions come to fruition. My
triend, of course, has probably forgotten the correspondence Which



passed between us three
any normal member of
remind

years ago, Chat is only to be expected from
the public. But as racing writers per force
the public about whet tey have predicted correctl)
since meet, cise ever remembers it, I must now ask my wiped it
he still thinks that I am an incurable optimist?

Bs Without doubt the T.T.C. has framed a programme which wiil
‘tract owners from {ll corners of the B.W.I. Indeed it is so at-





ractive that 4t may well encourage the entry of a lot of horses who
ciherwise might have been left in Barbados, British Guiana, Grenada,
and even far

off Jamaica,

Starling with races tor class A there is the Governor’s Cup and
the Stewards’ Cup wihich are now worth $4,875 (£1,015) each, To
ihe winners of

these events will go $3,000 each, while second prizes
the tidy total of $1,000 each. As it is expected that the
will easily reach the large figure it did last June, if not

iré now at
sweepstake




urpass it, then it can be nm that point money will bring an addi-
ional $600 to the winne shares, The T,T.C, Handicap, the
stewards’ Handicap and the January Handicap all carry a $2,400 first
incidentally this last figure was for years the first prize for
Governor

u Cup only, while all other A class races in Port-of-
>pain stood at $2,000.

But not only the
» three B el

A class



Stakes have been substantially increased.
events are all worth $2,400 to the winner and even
C and D cla ses will row be racing, throughout the entire pro-
ramme, for much as $2,000 for winners. Creoles in Class B will
have two events each worth $1,800 to the winner, Two-year-olds
ind older horses in F « will race for the lowest prizes of all: only






51,600 first prize per race. In fact the whole programme has been
reased and the total figure for stakes and premiums now stands
it the very consider 1



ole amount of $107,540.00. An increase over
» 1950 Christmas meeting programme of about $32,000. A very big

p indeed, and one on which the T.T.C, must be heartily con-
ratulated.

Strange therefore does one find two races on this mammoth pro-

gramme, this extra-extravaganza, as our Hollywood writers would



erm it, two races that have me with no increases at all. And what
are these two races? The answer:—The Derby and the Breeders’
Stakes. The reason:—the English language, —

The fact is that since

these classic races were framed months and
even years ago, the conditions under which owners entered their horses
cannot now be changed. This is quite understandable. What is not, is
hat the T.T.C, do not seem to appreciate the fact that by a simple
addition of the words “not less than” in the correct place, neither the
Derby nor the Breeders need have suffered as they now have, as they
dia the last time stakes were raised and as they did on every similar
occasion before that. Nor is it a flaw confined to this TG, programme.
it has happened at other meetings both here and in Trinidad. I also
‘lope that it is the last time that 1 will have7to mention it and that

classic races will not in future have to wait a year or two before they
catch up with open races,

However, although we can confidently e
catch up, I would really like to see them pass out the other races. If it
possible therefore for a “dreamer of dreams” to have any effect on
policy of the T.T.C. then I wholeheartedly throw m, self into a
Mpaign to get an even bigger increase for the classics than those pro-
vided for the other races. Inasmuch as the T.T.C. have now found it
possible to raise ¢ y such*a large amount surely there js no
reason for them to refuse a mere $ 7,000 to the classics. —~
i The Trinidad Derby, for instance, is now provided with a $2,000
irst prize by the T.T.C. Next year it should be increased to nothing less
than $4,000. In any case if by that 4ime all stakes are likely to be in-
creased again then let us have our conditions worded in such a manne
that the Derby will be nothing less than the Governor’s Cup. : r
The reason why for classics should be much higher than
®pen races is at the present time all the more important because of
the policy of the classifiers. In the past when creoles were treated
more leniently there was no necessity to provide the best with richer
stakes in the classics since before they reached A class they would
have already accounted for several thousand dollars in stakes, But
ao0w-a-days, with buyers patronizing the British Bloodstock export
-rade in an unprecedented manner it is fair judgment to expect that
the creoles will win less. All the many imported horses which are

— coming out cannot be as bad as the classifiers would make us
veleve,

In addition to that we

xpect that the classics will

the
Ci



stake



have buyers who go absolutely crazy about
Jyemaican stock and consequently all the best horses from that colony
ventually find their way to Trinidad. Gienaagle, for instance, may
> had to run against Zollas. He was very good indeed. But he
; only one and weight could take care of him. But what creole
rr time cota past has ever had to face a contingent which might
well line up: at the onsisting of the following: i
['wain, Burns, Harroween, Nan Tudor, White Compatiy Seen Mark
Market, Demure, Land Mark, Rebate, High and Low, and a few others
who were winners in England and may strike form at any moment.
Let us therefore encourage breeders as well as buyers and let
not only ( the buyers of imported horses. We have as
many or more of the latter than we can accommodate right now.

DRURY LANE’S BREEDING

ted to a lady from St. Lucia followed by a letter from
G. Purchas, of Marquis Estates in the same island, for put-
ise about the eeding df Drury Liane. This -
ae ey Stakes at Arima this month, Mr. Purchase ne
's Dred by him at his estete. Drury Lane’s dam y in-
lentally has quite a histo Bought by Mr. Purehos tar Seta ee
a saddle horse only she ytands about 14 hands 3 inches and in spite of
‘ny inquiries on the part of her present owner he has never been
le to find out her breeding other than the fact that she was by an
lish horse called Order who was by Star and Garter. This how-
ver has not prevented Nell from throwing two half-breds who showed
mise in Trinidad ang Grenada and now she has followed this up
with Drury Lane. I hope she continues the good work.





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" ' " es | SEPT. 23. — NO. 190
Barbados Seores 309 For 5

ae Mietorious Water = The Topic

eg boundary for four, but in he i himself to three more
Wight next over Proverbs nib- fours while Walcott struck two

Polo Tea ond! of
bled at one outside the wicket himself, one sizzling ondrive off G Cs ms ett }
but Leslie Wight in slip put down Gaskin, the other a sweep to leg oO al lr nh | L st













@ From Page 1



PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS SYSTEM










: sitter. off Gibbs. These boys put ‘on 50 Week

Proverbs was then 11 runs, and runs in 30 minutes when the ea ; ie \
the score 31. Proverbs turned score was 190. THE BARBADOS water polo teams arrived from Trinidad | peti’ se
another delivery to short square Marshall scoring quite faster early yesterday morning via Grenada by the s.s. Gascogne a
leg for a single and new Wight was 31 and Walcott 20. Mershall . }

after a victorious tour against Trinidad. Both teams were






was rewarded. Taylor drove ecially found every gap in the + 7 a -
hard at one well up, pleying the field, taking easy singles through triumphant and have brought back with them the Elite
ball on to his wicket. the gap. They were still to- (Men’s) Cup and the Crushy (Ladies’) vu
Taylor Confident gether punishing loose ones and i " didnt the Trinidad defence, they kept our
Taylor had — at the wicket defending stubbornly when 200 Those arriving were “Boo” Pat- forwards well in check. Charti2
for 45 minutes and scemed su- Went up in 238 minutes. terson (Captain, Men’s Team). Evelyn, youngest player of the



emely confide ; Marshall marked the occasion Ken Ince, (Vice Capta Men’s Barbados team, proved to be the
te ee dons ee he eee with a lofty four to the long-on Team), Delbert Bannister, Billy giscovery of the tour. In Trinidad
of 19. The score was then boundary and the tea interval Manning, George McLean, Nestor he was known as “The Baby”!
32—-2—-19. Farmer, next man in, fcund the score at 204—4. Marshall Pertillo, Geoffrey Foster, Albert He was presented with a Cup ‘or
played out the over. Farmer 40 not out. That included seven Weatherhead (Manager), Charlie peing the outstanding player of





eo ‘ fours and Walcott 20 not out. Evelyn, Maurice Foster, Peggy the B .

opened his account with a cut ae As : i the Barbados team.

high past the unpoliced gully for x ss Pitcher (Captain, Ladies’ Team), ‘The Barbados Ladies were

three runs. Half Centuries Frieda Carmichael (Vice Captain, definitely superior to their rivals
Slow right arm spinner Brian Ladies’ Team) Jill Gale, Jean and their swimming condition,

Patoir took ‘over from Seaforth at , Gaskin used the new ball after Chandler, Ann Eckstein, Barbara

Vell boys the Bajan steel band
the south@fn end, the latter foo (0. baeem kom him in Hunte, Mary Knight and Dorothy

speed and accurate passing, paid last has claimed a place



























a front both being 49 not out when 7 : oi great dividends especially in the + lest week at the theatre
having had an accurate spell of tho score was O37 Both com- Warren. Two members of the jate stages of their games. ve met them face to face
7—3—6—1._ Proverbs lifted Bar- pleted individual ‘half centuries Ladies’ Team, Marion Taylor and s music weak twas m en |
bados out of a long sojourn in the }yarshall first in 81 minutes and Phyllis Chandler remained on in Best Performer 5 ee ae ie ee
forties with a late cut through the Walcott two balls later in 77 Ttinidad for a holiday. Saosihiy:Wlerais: tha Larsen’ ' r when they strike up ‘Kitch’ ‘Kitch ee
slips for a brace, sending up the minutes. abo : oe a oi Doro’ y farren, re ladies’ best T old giris scratch their hair ee al 5
first 50 in 75 minutes. The partaerhd ik wie Ir an interview with the Barba- performer was always good. Her Piette ead Oe is a ae
A pile driver square cut off a pa snip ‘ dos skipper and his vice captain, marking was close and her oppo- 2 than Meenas wah a ait ee ee
Dp — : & yielded 100 in 77 minutes when they told the Advocate that the nent in every match never got o, 1 tr a .
short one from Patoir gave Farmer {; ; at 240 A : : 7 : ” lever & lay the alto, treble ~
a the score stood at 240. An On teams had a most enjoyable stay proper shot at the goal. Her forte e tenor and the base P a
four and the luncheon interval drive by Marshall for four sent jn Trinidad, Everything was well was her clearing shots to her for : 7 \
after the next over saw Barbados’ up 250 in 270 minutes and when ae Pao . oo 4 s : a“ Vell the Dramatic Party ,
; : _ "a . ack Pa lie . organised, they had won all of their wards. Peggy Pitcher made a goo:t Provided us with fun
} score at 62—2 in 80 minutes. Ten he repeated the stroke next over : ; ‘ : The p nd the siste

i 7 re- - four beater, â„¢#tehes with the exception of the job of Captain. She directed tho e parsons and the sister
minutes were taken off the pre- for four he had then beaten . ° pis Ske B You should “see how they rur
lunch interval while the ball was Farmer’s top score of 62 Jast men’s test and they were very team well in the water and she ;
raat = ’ a a e 4 ite dstne z a glad to be back home. Bill Good- scored at least one goal in each The maid reminded Bajans
peing exchangee and we Walcott Out fellow, Secretary of the Trinidad match. Including you and me
rubbed off. Proverbs 25 not out : Associs : ie : To keep our lips together
and Farmer 17 not out Walcott went with the score at Association and the Committee of 4 Sag And don’t talk all we see

: 268. He cut at one well up out- Management who organised tne ‘3 Ss regards . coe ° .
side the off stump while Mar- tour had done a fine job. ey were royally entertainefi— Sometimes our very actions
After Lunch shell was: recing A ie. ti < picnics, dances, cruise “down the : Vee binety-nane pe oat ‘
= : ” ~ . rer you are » ex oo

Gaskin and Norman Wight dividual century. Men’s Team Improved ee and a visit to San Fernan- t tat pecksials
opened the B.G., bowling attack on The third century came in 295 tiie b et _, ao were among the many forms of ) e . : ade his able age j
resumption, but the bowling was minutes finding Marshall in the , Th nna Men's team had recreation. In darkness we snay stumble Tn 1492, when Columbus made his memorable voyage, the Old World

steady and the batsmen unworried. nervous nineties but Marshall improved tremendously since their wetcause thete ts no. ite
Farmer immediately developed was cool as the proverbial Jast encounter in November last | On the trip over the team meg That is not wrong nor right and the New were months apart. To Pan American Airways to-day the
into a crowd pleaser with power- cucumber. year in Barbados. In the tests the ae Fred Blanc of San Fernando . .
eee 1 a ‘ , : Z . r mE , , , » Who was just returning from a above verse said Robert ‘ " x > 4

ful punishing strokes off the back Close of play saw Barbados Winning team only won by one ©" ad get Eee ) > g née ance ate ave theme
foot. especially when he foured Score at 309 for the loss of 5 goal and this would indicate just Rye-week holiday in Barbades. B ng og he oh ‘Te wad ther World is one, and immense distances by air are measured in hours.
Norman Wight with a powerful] Wickets, Marshall 95 not out, At- be evenly balanced were the two aa fal tts aor ton un St tes And you'll “see how they rur Oo 1927 Pan A ‘| fed .

nese . irties kins 5 ne pams. ddrful trip “down e islands” in . ati since 1¢ “rics Airways have exte 2 he pute
back-drive to enter the thirties Kinson 16 not out. eams. , eae aaa perating since 1927 Pan American Airways have extended their route:
with Proverbs. Seaforth who re-"° Scores:— . Had Trinidad possessed one more ‘oo launch oe also took many me a eens aoe work .

’ Eis ; : * BARBADOS FIRST INNINGS sharp- 3 sides 2 em to spend a day in S¢ nT oys. “It rene f : i ; i
lieved Norman Wight at the qayioe b Norman Wiaht + ae ehooring forward besides ‘Foenando — cae iN) “Just say come boys “it's freenes from a 90 mile local shuttle service to a global system of 92,000 miles.
northern end almost had Farmer Hunte ¢ Carneche, b Gaskin 1 si re a team —_— . And you'll “see ‘how they run j
caught with his third ball when Proverbs c&b ‘fatoir } lave had a muc more difficuit Travelling o he = aa They'll argue = el dew =" “ie i i : ie ve ‘ Sd m ‘
he drdve out, but did not time’ farmet c Leslie Wight b Patoir 2 task. Ocean Giants who played the their way “7 long nt F ven ind And ich your work wnaene Their Clippers are renowned over all the lands and oceans of the world.
properly and skied to cover, but Walcott ¢ Camacho b Patoir 9 opening match against Barbados steel ete. 4 oak sats eilukteaned. the Because they want to show you
the bail fell between the fieldsmen, Atkinson not out ooo 5 are chiefly responsible for the rise team’ and’ other passengers on mee ce ee ee East and West, North and South, at many, airfields on their global

Farmer redeemed himself for See ah ee oes <2) Ow ee ~ the standard of the game in the trip over. This steel band,| You meet some our school children , ”
this momentary lapse in concen- Total for 6 wkts. 309 rinidad as every member of their «Tha Free French.” are ae fust revelling in fur ; . : ; i i ai
tration with a magnificent cover team is in tip-top swimming Con-way te Marte ee octet | sux chitdren. its «Bart network Shell supply P.A.A. with aviation fuel.
drive off the fifth ball that left , re are 11, 2-32, 3 * dition, Johnny Gatecliffe, captain engagement authorised by sta Aad gare ee Hew wey Fe
all the fieldsmen standing at " “ BOWLING "ANALYSIS of the Trinidad men’s team was Steel Band Association of Trini The U.8. Plane come humming |
attention and cheering it on its oO M R W outstanding in goal in the test dad. Emile Wiliams Away up by the sun ;

g 5 : . iad. E e Wiliams is the leader j rier rt . ess "ER eS .

way to the boundary. Farmer Gekin, 7 44 | series. He seemed suddenly to ap- of tha band, which Visited Bare {oui sce ores, come. PROGRESSIVE AIRLINES USF
later tucked Gaskin away to short Seaforth 2 3 40 o pear in the right corner of th? bados earlier this year. If it can ; a
square leg for a single, sending up 2 Wight 3 : ie ; goal ready to deflect all kinds of be arranged they may pay a short bes wot a oe Ree er : c

5 ne oir 20 39 : + i : - . : vs 1d nothin vey have wo
100 runs in 105 minutes, pL hein 7 0 29 9 difficult shots. Due to his excellent visit here on their way back to} | ave hand Gis ar “ann atin | ¥

: . Gibbs F 3 0 19 © goalkeeping and close marking by Trinida. You'll see their women rus |

Lagging Score : | iW,

The score which had lagged



V n vomen
behind for the entire play was ‘A MOOSE SCOR KS THIRD Vik 7 Relieve tn nd spun |
now catching up with the -tock f “ f : vou canna give hem
—the second 50 coming in but

axe

30 minutes. Farmer, who had then joined in the








i (By Our Yachting Correspondent) hard, Vamoose made it seem Jason Jones bos ic a soon i.
outpaced Proverbs in the forties, VAMOOSE, skippered by her simple. Swansea 'by conan 1s" soon Said she, W
completed 50 with a gentle push owner Teddy Hoad, is so far-un- Vamoose increased her lead and Breakaway was next, followed by ee how those brave men run
wide of cover for a single, but defeated in the Tornado ‘Trial went on to win the race, finishing Thunder and last, Comet. : . i ‘ OOO.
celebrated this achievement by Series for the tour te Trinidad. 20 seconds ahead of Edril whose Vamoose also won the Second its. Gardena OOOO SESE PIE SES EPIL LD LE ALPL LL DPLODPPPSIPP SLES ISVPIODESS: yoee
lifting a halt volley from the Teddy Hoad’s judgment was very crew, Ivan Perkins and Jackie Trial run last Sunday On that ME Cook ik arena . $
Berbician Chase high overhead good yesterday when the Third Hoad, must be complimented for occasion however, Cyclone was th a bottle of J. & R « sosensaohe y
out of the grounds into neigh- Tyjal regatta was sailed. Vamoose sailing an extremely good race, second and Zephyr third. The
bouring Regent Street, The ball was fifth at the beginning of the Third was Zephyr which went Fourth Regatta of this series, will sponsored by
was not retrieved for sometime race. In the second round she was ahead of Cyclone. She finished be sailed in Carlisle Bay at 10,30
and another pressed into use—the second and after passing the Club about 30 seconds ahead of the a.m. to-day. : ; J&R BAKERIES aae
third ball of the mateh and still mark she took the léad from Edril m



the score had not yet reached skippered by Ivan Perkins.
the 150 mark.

Proverbs completed his
vidual 50 soon after, but this had
taken him 134 minutes, The
score was then 127, A powerful
cover-drive from Farmer, for

makers of
ENRICHED BREAD

Itching, Burning and Smarting Of | and the blenders of
' s e J&R RUM x T H E

inidi~ Eight boats sailed yesterday.

The race was north about in a
smooth wind and calm seas. It
was only Tempest that did not
start. The eee with the excep-
, .. tion of Thunder, were fairly
four sent up 133 on the tins, this punched together at the i

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; |
signifying that the partnership “Cyclone, skippered by Gerald
had added 100 for the third Nicholls, quickly pulled away
wicket in 95 minutes, but “. from the others. Around the Bay
two runs had been added to the Street mark she was still in the
score, Farmer pulled a shortish jead, followed by Edril, Break- | 0 p p e n
leg break from Patoir and was away, Swansea and Vamoose.
out to a well judged catch, Lesli€ Zephyr was then in sixth position .
Wight fielding in the pull. while Comet and Thunder were in i n u { e §
the rear. Cyclone kept her lead F
Forceful Bat around the western mark. On the | Since the discovery of Nixoderm by an )
run to the buoy she was overtaken | finetican physician it bs no longer necessary
ee ‘ i g ; ; é for to suff ly, dis
Farmer who batted with a by Edril. Vamoose also went and deigerne Sia ties sen as
commendable blend of force and ghead of Breakaway and Swansea. | Eczema, Bimples, Rash, Ringworm, Psor- f
restraint had scored 62 during oo am, Seen ae oe ae AFT Seer Ly
his 97 minutes’ stay at the wick- s First to complete this round was feet inferior ‘and cause you to lose your SEFORE nm % x
et, hitting five fours and one six. Edril which had a lead of about riends. Clear your skin this new scientific | to clear your skin—the treatment to make s :
His partnership with Proverbs 20 eee o S7Clene,, eee Sank vou ene aivcunit™ a ne | Faode finedera hes’ brousne "Gouras j % %
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AGE GROUPING

A RECENT pronouncement by the Gov-
ernment made it clear that the policy of
age-grouping in the Elementary Schools
would maintained. This was done
despite the protests of parents and the gen-
eral public supported by many experienced

be

teachers

On Saturday, the Acting Director of Edu-
cation met the teachers and discussed the
problems involved. What recommenda-
tions Mr. Theobalds will make cannot be
anticipated but the meeting seems to indi-
cate that at last a correct approach to the
matter is being made.

Eight years ago Mr. Howard Hayden
came to this island as the first Director of
Education and among the changes he in-
troduced was that of age-grouping in the
Elementary Schools, Mr. Hayden was an
educationalist of the highest calibre and it
that his introduction of age-
srouping meant to followed by
other and complementary changes. It is
impossible to maintain a system of age-
grouping where there has never been com-
pulsory attendance or where it is to follow
as part of a series of changes.

is obvious

was be

But the tragedy is that Mr. Hayden was
transferred from Barbados to Fiji before he
had completed the series of changes which
he foreshadowed in his “Policy For Educa-
tion,” And the system has been maintain-
without the other innovations which
were regarded as corollary to the practice
of age grouping.

ed

It is impossible to herd children of ages
varying from 12 to 14 years in the upper
standards of an elementary school with any
degree of success when the teacher is bur-
dened with 50 or 80 in a class and has no
time to pay adequate attention to the back-
ward pupils.

The growing numbers on the elementary
roll, which now stands at 26,000 demanded
an increasing number of teachers; but there
was an added tragedy when the pupil teach-
er system which acted as a feeder, was
abolished. It was this system which had
served Barbados well and which had made
our elementary schools the envy of the
West Indies. It was the teaching of the fun-
damentals by means of this system that the
brilliant record of the secondary schools
had been based. Support of this claim is to
be found in the number of scholars who
have’ brought lustre to the secondary
schools but who had had their initial train-
ing in the elementary schools. It was such
a system which Mr. N, Greenhalgh put on
its feet when he was seconded for duty
with the Trinidad Government in 1915.

The shortage of teachers served to aggra-
vate a condition for which the local system
was not prepared. In addition to having
the machinery thrown out of gear, the load
was increased by the order to add Latin,
Spanish and Mathematics to the curricu-
lum. There seems to have been little con-
cern as to whether the schools were effi-
ciently carrying out the functions for which
they had been established.

The results of eight years of mistakes
have been manifested in a number of
pupils turned out from the schools unfit for
little besides the hewing of wood and draw-
ing of water. Master workmen complain
that many of them are not even conversant
with the tables found on the cover of the
Exercise Book while employers point out
that many of them fail to secure jobs as
soon as they write letters of application.

These are trenchant criticisms to be
made against a system of education which
made Barbados the pride of the West
Indies,

This is not the first time that the public
have been compelled to groan under an
infliction because of mistakes made in
high quarters. When Mr. (later Sir) W.
E. F. Jackson regraded the Civil Service
with six grades it was not intended that it
should remain with these but should be
revised and reduced to three. Those who
follow the work of the Civil Service know
now how many years it took before the
mistake was admitted and the regrading
done,

The same fate must not be meted out to
education. It is true that this island is not
now receiving adequate returns for the
hundreds of thousands of dollars spent
annually. ‘

The fundamental error in educational
circles in Barbados is the habit of making
changes and taking decisions without con-
sulting the people who are supposed to
make the systems workable. The teacher
is the hub around which any educational
system must revolve and it is they who
stand between the specialists in the Edu-
cation Department and the thousands of
children who stand on the perimeter. It
is not necessary that the Government ac-

but it is merely

to
consult their experience. That this is now
being done by the Acting Director of Edu-
that at last the wool has
fallen from the eyes of the Government
and that something will be done to ensure
the proper working of a system which in
the past has repaid heavy dividends and
which is likely to do so in future if it is

properly administered

cept their advice; not
food pol dD

it very sound judgment

cation is a sign



DISSATISFACTION

IT is extremely unfortunate that there
should have been any expression of dis-
satisfaction by emigrants returning from
the United States of America. That does
not mean that grievances should not be
aired but that there should have been any
cause for grievances.

The emigration scheme which cost the
Government $440,000 of which $192,000 was
expected to be lost in the transaction. It
was felt however that the sinking of this
$192,000 was worth the opportunity which
it afforded to young men in this island to
obtain employment.

It had been argued that this was merely

subsidising unemployment and giving rise
to a most unsatisfactory situation at a time
when the reaping of the island’s crop was
in full swing and employment might well
have been found for these who were
booked to emigrate to the United States.

The opponents of the scheme will say
that the unpleasant situation could have
been avoided and the funds left in the
Treasury to be spent later and to greater
advantage. It will however be realiséd
that certain aspects of the situation could
not have been foreseen.

One ground of dissatisfaction needs to
be investigated and some statement made
if future schemes are not to be ruined by
suspicion before they are put into opera-
tion.

It is alleged by some ot the returned men

that they expected to pay $43 (American)

as their contribution to the transport ex-
penses. When they reached the United
States and began to work, they were told
that they must pay $79. The nett result
that the small amount which they expect-
ed to save on the already short contracts
was exhausted by the additional expenses,

There is nothing that the Barbados Gov-
ernment can do to have this money reim-
bursed to these men but an investigation
by the Chief Liaison Officer in Washing-
ton and a statement by the Barbados Gov-
ernment or the Labour Commissioner
should do much to remove any suspicion
that the change had been made with a view
to putting the emigrants in an unfavour-
able position,

Since 1944, emigration to the United
States has been the only source of relief to
overcrowded workers in this island. It has

brought many benefits to thousands

people who had never been able, despite
years of toil, to put by anything for the
proverbial rainy day.

It would be tragic in the extreme if
through some misunderstanding of the
real position suspicion should be allowed
to ruin future schemes of emigration to
the United States,



WATER POLO
WINNERS

THE Barbados water polo teams which
returned home yesterday will be accord-
ed a deserving meed of praise by every
lover of good sport. They won both tro-
phies,—men as well as women—for which
they competed, and the ladies had the
distinction of being undefeated through-
out the tour. This latter team showed a
distinct advantage over the Trinidad
ladies, but the men were much more even-
ly matched. In fact by winning the final
Test—the first they have ever won against

Barbados, the male players showed that
their improvement has been steady and
considerable.

No doubt the contests between these
two colonies will increase in keenness as
they go on, and irrespective of which one
emerges winner, the standard of play must
rise higher and higher.

This will obviously redound to the credit
of the game in these parts, and it is hoped
that in the not too distant future other

putting teams into the struggle.

The strides which the game have made
in Barbados, and the affiliation of the Asso-
ciation to the World Organization forecasts
the entry of West Indians into the inter-
national arena.

It will be to the advantage of all con-
cerned to have the widest possible range
from which selections can be made. In
this way only will the best be culled for
representative honours.

We do honour to the returning’ victori-
ous teams not only as such, but as symbols
of a new phase in West Indian sporting
circles.



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Tf You Want aGerman Army
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Now Back on the Job at the
| Barracks in Bonn. (litler
| Strategists put Terms for
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iy CHARLES FOLEY



| BONN. politicians press the button we
| BELLS are pealing out across pull out whatever plan is needed
the Rhine. In the market-place The initiative is theirs.”

the bright umbrellas have been

Three stages
COLONEL BLANK emphasised
that there were three stages to be
completed before i,onn could make
what is delicately referred to as a



|furled away.

British trippers who cry out on
week-days at the mountains of
eggs, bananas, pineapples spread
‘out on the stalls for all to buy are



swarming Town to the paddle- “defence contribu-ion” to the West.
jsteamers for. a day of songs STAGE 1; The Allies will offer
sausages, and beer. West Germany a “security treaty”

Plump Germans settle in the whereby she would recover vir-
cafes over cream cakes and mens tual sovereignty, Thereafter the

50 items long.
Little girls
little boys in

Allied High Commissions here will
be reduced to the status of embas-
sies. Allied troops will remain in

bows,
leather

with satin
straining

shorts are eating or, having eaten, Germany not to “occupy” but to
are prepared to eat again, ‘Thjs defend her.
is the Rhineland, soaked in pros- STAGE 2: The Allies must

perity and. heavily breathifig further agree among themselves to
peace. invite Bonn to rearm.
. . STAGE 3: The new Bonn Par-
Democracy Ss liament must be persuaded to
raise an army which would join
hothouse the Allies on terms of equality.
THIS, above all, is Bonn, a 7"
|Teutonic Tunbridge Wells, which ri Phe cost
has awoken to find itself the capital _ IF ‘these stages are completed
of Western Germany and a com- by January 1, then Mr. Blank’s

backroom men are ready to put
into the field within 18 months a
crack modern force of 12 divisions
with its own tanks, planes, and
coastal craft. In emergency a less

ing focus of world interest.
Bonn is the warm heart on Ger-
many’s sleeve,
Bonn—but let Town Clerk Lan-
gendoerfer, his 17 stones wreathed



in the fumes of Havana tobacco Professional force might be mus-
as he greets you, finish the tale tered more quickly.
with a lyrical roar: “Bonn, al- _ Now for the cost. The cost of
ways beautiful, cultural, hos- ¥ilding up 12 divisions is esti-
pitable, has been chosen to per- Mated at £2,000 million. After
sonify our liberal virtues!” that, there is the upkeep,

Bonn is the hothouse of demo- ‘“SUpposing the Bundestag ap-
cracy. Freed by Allied statute of Preves,” and here Colonel Blank
occupation troops, riéhly subsf- W@ved a democratic arm towards

the window and
building beyond,
going to pay for it

the Parliament
“then who is

dised by Allied bounty, the Ger-
man virtueseflourish.

But the basis of the Bonn idyll
in relation to the austerities of
London, the anxieties of Washing-
ton, and the intermittent fever of
Berlin is that we are trying to
make the German stomach fight-
ing fit.

If you ask, in
Ministry of War you will be
laughed at. It is the happy way
of things that few have heard of
its provisional equivalent, the
Serviee Office of the Federal
Chancellor's Office, and fewer still
have met ils chief executive, whose
name—and it’s a real one—is Mr,
Blank.

Major BlauK joined in briskly:
“Germany has no money, English
income tax is already what it is,
[I don’t suppose the French will
pay. The Russians (we all en-
joyed the joke) are unlikely to
help.”

So then? It looked as if Ameri-
ca, which P s set a cracking pace
for enlisting German manpower,
will have to foot the bill.

“That is not all,” saiq the
major softly. “There is also the
honour of the German soldier.”

“The honour of the German sol-
dier,” said Colonel Blank, “must
be restored. We are reproached,
even by our friends, for serving
this Government at a time when
hundreds of our comrades are in
Allied prisons. I! is ignominious
It cannot go on.”

The phrase took substance. The
honour of the German soldier, it
appeared, requires the vindication
- of Hitler’s army.’ This can be
jand “Little Willie” frolicked, you achieved only by releasing Field-
j Will find, near the Poppelsdorfer Marshals Manstein and Kesselring,
Allee, an infantry barracks with a and hundreds of others sentenced
| locked door. the field.

| for war crimes in
anger

Bonn, for the

Nylons .. .

| BUT if you make your way. past
the food shops full of glistening
pork sausages, the dress shops
with their nylons and capacious
| corsets, the picture-postcarg shops
with their pussycats and datch-
shunds, through the grounds of
jthe university where the Kaiser



To enter you must make an
appointment, ring the bell, and tn
GERMAN officers,”



submit to scrutiny. Here, in white-

washed offices, wearing tweeds said Major



and flannels sit the planning Blank, “were tried in the heat of
staffs of Mr, Blank. They are anger for crimes against the Rus-

sians. Since then you
Malaya — like the
Indo-China, and t!
Korea have found that’ you
cannot fight the Communists in
kid gloves. Why not admit you
were mistaken? ”

jheaded by General Adolf Heusin-
|ger, former Chief of Operations in
| Hitler's High Command, and Gen-
;eral Hans Speidel, who met the
|shock of the Second Front in
| Europe as Rommel’s chief of staff.)
| Bucolic Bonn stops at the thres-
jhold. In this icy keep are some
of the sharpest military minds in
Europe, There is, for instance,
Mr. Blank’s right-hand man, who;
shunning publicity at present, must
be introduced as Colonel Blank
And with him, when I called la
night, was Major Blank, who
learned his English from a Sout!
Kensington governess.

British in
French in
e Americans in

Fresh trials would bring ~ about
fresh recriminations. A quick
generous solution was called for,
The best solution would be to open
the jails and free everyone, both
the army men and the Waffen S.S.,
who had fought bravely by their
side, - ;

“Don’t think,” said Major Blank,

“You will understand,” “that we are speaking only for
jcolonel said, “that we here are what you call the officer caste. We
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CHANGED SETTING— |
SAME PURPOSE

LEFT: In 1944 General Hans
Speidel discusses the task

ahead with Rommel.
RIGHT: Arms replaced by

cocktail glasses. Speidel dis-
cusses the task ahead with
Professor Hallstein, the head
of the German Foreign Office.

es

entment of the ordinary, decent,
1ot-too-bright fellow who is the
sackbone of our army, as he is of
yours.” In other words, unless
something is done, the Allied re-
cruiting sergeant will knock in
vain.

Now this warning from the new
German General Staff in embryo
takes an urgent form,

So far _ Bonn’s Chancellor
Adenauer has refused to support
demands from ex-Servicemen that
war criminals should be freed.

But now Allied diplomats have
been told that Adenauer will bring
the question up officially when he
visits London next month — no
amnesty, little hope of German
divisions for the European Army
—and leave it on Mr. Morrison’s
doorstep. Then we shall see.

We'll wait

MEANWHILE, the going in
Bonn itself is none too sure, A
strong Socialist opposition wants
to wait until the Allied strength is
raised from the projected 18 divis-
tons up to 50 before West Ger-
many risks provoking Russia by
rearming. German industrialists
have tossed back contracts to the
British Ministry of Supply to have
the word “Defence” deleted in case

of Russian occupation. Some Ruhr |

barons have taken up insurance

by contributing to Communist
Party funds.

In their headquarters at Bad
Godesberg, where Chamberlain
met Hitler, the French are gloomy.
They»point out.that the Russians,
too, have a distinguished German
General Staff, with 50,000 elite
troops, and 250,000 armed police.

What happens if the two militar-

ised halves of Germany eventually
coalesce?

To this the British and Ameri-
can reply is that another war
would require such vast resources
that no single nation 45 or 60
million people will be able to wage
it independently. There is nothing

to fear, they say, from a rearmed
Germany.

It seems we ueed the Germans,
and need puts up the price. The
Bonn soldier his “honour” re-

stored, must still be girded by the |

West with costly armour, Mr.
Blank’s “democratic generals” are
ready with helpful criticisms of
Allied strategy — who should know
better?

The danger

THEY beat the French, they

nearly beat the Russians, An
eventual German commander of
European ground forces makes |

military sense.

“You will realise,” concluded
Major Blank, “that we would not
dream of raising troops for the
Allies in the present situation ex-

cept for the danger from the
East.”

, And even though we all relaxed |
in hearty laughter at my response |
that without this situation no
one would dream of asking them

to do so the truth remains that for!

the first time in their history tb
Germans are in the position o/
having guns and butter
upon them.

P.S.: I have just had word from
Jacob Kaiser, Adesauer’s Minis-
ter for Al-German-Questions.
He says the Chancellor regards
his visit to London as vital in
creating trust. Since I have not
found in Bonn yet a Ministry
for All-German-Answers we
shall just have to leave the out-
come until then,

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D g 8 y. being cath d ‘ King li pa P Ne is usually re ful Y f the ter is
7 I ete *x- ally catia - tot ne ' t ¢ ’ i id as ae Toop, did it ex- referenc pre s to wi
7 ~—— % a < wel an h > > c
t € it all make us laugh just as much Ida, bu he kk oked very jolly versatility Fm ; M ae ee ur The: atre, asa that ;
: ; be if bmp all stood on their heads in ®nd good-humoured, very te on : nda ne usgrave “ 3 = are a s th ¢ some emas
exc thei anti . Sone in : ndeed a imes as € em are losing heart an, omen
a ; e eae es sh bane * he a —_ or two actors were quite spinsterish Miss Skillon, more that nobody in Barbados y Dra
th . ded seni — ae aa “4 : ; faultless, for instance James Gros- especially in her awakening at the do any They s th
} rout ) » Tite c ay 1 1 7 aca }
t} y can eve e learning parts. “mith ie a ae Ne 2 and vepening of Act II; her acting was their eye: and ears 1 eving t !
Ste aris 2 S as Sergea owers. muc funnier than the r e uld lozen g k tt e 1 i
«citing las ah aa ; : i ne rathe uld Name a dozen groups off t their hands at an oc
All the actors were good and Pauline Dowding, acting a more silly lines She had to speak ‘el who are rehe>rsing sl annir ~e like “Sex How i
: 3 s k 1 g, planr ike “See
ns in Douglas Lynch creditebly repro-
- : duced the Slight stiffness, some-
ene
ce ute awkwardness, of
: We 7 of country parson anc
i was pleasantly mild and
: ot apo slog eetic and = clerica Oliver
i leace
I ce f eve James, I thought, was particularly
' cS : oi 600d in view of the f.ct that for
x age
f visit land invari ome reason he had almost all the
dr the ’ a stupidest lines in the p aay ti eak
On oO re accuse Penelop r sving
a he Stupid things: t elf j
i t 1 anti-climax « t good
' wks of Penelope
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( ine on the It I 1
c tead ot uVeR
r mind. umorou ines in t
at. they excellent effec
us. Our the whimsical line s al ly
es. the pond. It is only :
1@ obvious lialogue that good amaieu
ness and find it so difficult to make eff octive
ofessional Geoffrey Hunte had a sort « -ari-
fave fature nart the German ne
nd did all that } it)
One day while they are hunting it ; ,
the ! il the « . .
a oO ooc Bishop And Sergeant
they will e the But for hed ‘
a i k should giv 1e prize e
pleasure dict . 1m
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rfA to Penelope; and for the type o
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j ic atic to Miss Skillon
7 ; a The musi ive what I
j } nd his m told was a 1 bar e ir
? ds mary I have heard It seemed soothin
ak : and quite pleasant if el
monotonous, Somehow IT had ex-
O i fun across pected this form of music I
b peakit the lines much faster vigorous and excitin
t th have usually done in
the past tinct improvement), An excellent questionnaire wa
i well rather louder, they circulated to the audience on 1
successfully covered up occasional subject of the need for Litth
inevitable fluffing Theatre in Barbados. It is to be
The piece had plenty of funny THE BISHOP OF LAX (James Grossmith) questions the maid Ida hoped that every one will complet
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making the lawn into my own ind-sleep system and so bound to lead to the creation of The News, 1210 p.m. News Analysis }
hands. When I say my own : : a Ministry of Lawn ae — 41.00—6.45 p.m 19.76 M Applesauce

hands, I mean I took over the I could then apply for the jo 400 pin. The News, 4.10 p.m. teen

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At The Cinema:

“The Great Comeback”

G.H
Be .

The title, FOLLOW THE SUN is a very apt one for the
film now playing at the Empire. It is an extremely pleasant
picture with quiet, gentle humour, and appealin
and plenty of excellent golf.
ticle from the Reader’s Digest and highlights in the life-of
Ben Hogan have been integrated into a biography of this

famous American golfer.

The picture is interesting
because it shows something of the
life of professional golfers who
“follow the sun” from» course to
course where they take part in the
various golf tournaments It also
shows some of America’s finest
courses and illustrates the long
rtruggle for excellence that goes
into the making of cham "

3en Hogan started as a caddy
and from that time, he made up
lis mind that golf was to be his
profession. When he married, he
and his wife started out with
$1,400, a secondhand car and
encugh ambition for all the open
tournaments Ben was to play in
As is so often the case in real life,
but not in fiction, Hogan was not
an immediate success and the
family exchequer was slowly but
surely depleted. His first real
success came in Los Angeles where
he won over $200 and from then
on his ascent was rapid, But
somehow, he was not a_ popular
champion, due probably to the fact
that he did not develop “tourna-
ment temperament” until he had
been playing some yeurs Quiet
and unassuming, the “Gallery”
him intensely nervous and
there was no friendly give and
take between him and the crowd
that followed the matches as there
















was between the fans and Hogan's
friend and opponent, Chuck
Williams, who was not onlv a
champion, but had the personality
that the crowd loved. At the
height of his career, Hogan was in
a nearly fatal motor accid and
his doctors doubted that he would
ever walk again. While in the

hospital, he was asked to captain
the Ryder Cup Team to England,
wihether he could play or not, and
for the first time, he felt that the
public and his countless unknown
admirers were really behind him,
Through his own magnificent
courage together with his faith
and his wife’s faith that he would
play golf again, he achieved the
most amazing comeback that
probably any man in the sporting
world has ever accomplished. He
played tournament golf again, and
though he lost the first champion-
ship he set out for—in 1950 he
became the open Golf Champion
of the United States.
Glenn Ford and Ann
play Ben and Val Hogan. Both
are warmly human and com-
pletely ‘ unaffected and bring an
atmosphere to the film that is
deeply appealing and sympathe-
tic. Dennis O'Keefe as the
eapering Chuck Williams sup-
plies some amusing light comedy
and June Havoc as his glittering
wife, and a bit of a pot-hunter,
iz well cast.
I am not

Baxter

a golfer, but I en-

joyed every moment of the film
and I Should imagine that
devotees of the game will find

FOLLOW THE SUN good enter-
tainment,

Woman on Pier 13
For seme reason, R.K.O,’s film
“I Married A Communist” was
ven the new title. of THE
WOMAN ON PIER 13, several
Months after its release. Com-
pietely inaccurate and non-
descriptive, the new title gives no

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23, 1951

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Doctor Hortense
Dissects Hollywood...

LEONARD MOSLEY gives you a news preview
of a lively new

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The story is based on an ar-



REMEMBER Dr. Kinsey (that
old Peeping Tom) and his senza-
tional report on the private life
and morals of the American male’

Well another doctor of anthro-
clue to the public so to the type pology has been making a similar

4 film they will see. In this rummage among the psychological
particular instance, the film has laundry baskets. Only in Holly-
a certain import in that its wood, this time.

urpose is to show that no Com- What do the stars get up to
nunist can ever resign from the when the public isn’t watching
Marty, and the coercive methods them? How many are h appy and
used to hold unwilling members normal—and how many frustratea
in line lead to tensely dramatic and wild? Are there many more
events, like Robert Walker, who drank
_ The plot concerns a_ former himself to death at 34 moiling ovex
Communist whose loyalties have a lost wife? Do they still have
changed, and who has become a wicked parties? .

successful executive in the ship- Which of the players got to the
ping business, Newly married, top by talent and_ intelligence?
ae — js ignorant of her hus- And which by showing off their
panes previous association with curves in the right places to the

the arty. ever, i 5 j ‘

t e Party However, it is not yignt people?

tong before an attractive woman

agent, with whom he had been The answets are given tL.s time

friendly, comes into his life again,
out this time to convert his young
brother-in-law. At the same time,
the Party forces the executive to
vo-operate with them temporarily
in a dockside strike. He is
eventually exposed and his de-
nunciation of the Party costs
him his life. The younger man
is also a_ victim of brutal Com-
munist methods.

The film has many tense situa-
fons and the action moves
quickly. Though more emphasis
could have been made on Com-
munist propaganda procedure,
their methods of enforcing obed-
tence and their inhuman murders
ire ghown in all their brutality
An important feature of the film
ts the exposure of the organization
that takes place to incite labour-
management strife for Commun-
istic purposes,

Robert Ryan and Laraine Day
as the ex-Communist and _ his
wife both give good performances
and John Agar as the young man
who knows too much for his own

by a Peeping Hortense instead of a
Peeping Tom. For Dr. Hortense
Powdermaker, who wrote HOL-
LYWOOD, THE DREAM FAC-
TORY, is one of those professori-
ally persistent American women
who usually spend their lives pry-
ing into the sex life of tsetse flies
or Polynesians or Congo pigmies
Whether she wanted a change of
climate or got sick of swatting mos-
quitoes I don’t know—but & couple
of years ago she trekked west to
California, and made camp on the
corner of Sunset and Vine, in the
heart of the Hollywood jungle.

For A Year

For 12 months she wander
frecly among the curious members
of the tilm colony, hobnobbing
with big chiefs like Zanuck and
Gcldwyn, working out Hollywood's
peculiar taboos with Chief Medi-
cine Man (or Censor) Joseph
Breen, and watching tribal heroes
relaxing in their mud huts.

At the end of her year Hortense





good, is thoroughly convincing. : ae
The direction is yood and reached the disappointing conclu-
suspense is well maintained. sion that for sensational private

lives the Polynesians have it over
Hollywood every time. The
records of Rita Hayworth, Ingrid
Bergman, and Frankie Sinatra
completely failed to persuade her
otherwise. .

“The situation in Hollywood
might seem to lend itself parti-
cularly to a breaking of sex
taboos,” she reports hopefully.

“In one community is concen-
trated more loveliness than prob-
ably any other place in the world.
Here are all the young girls who
have won beauty contests,
thousands of others with excep-
tionally good looks, all unswerv-
ingly intent on stardom.”

On the same programme is an
outstanding sporting event — the
return fight between Sugar Ray
Robinson and Randolph Turpin
for the middle weight champion-
ship. If you saw the first fight a
few weeks back, you won't want
to miss this one,

The Great Missouri Raid

THE GREAT MISSOURI
RAID showing at the Globe,
claims to be the only true story
of the infamous Jesse James and
his brother Frank. I am not in
1 position to say yea or nay to
this statement, but one thing I
van say -—— the film is a violent
and brutal melodré&ma, with the

”

James Bros. riding high, wide

and handsome and in _ their ‘They’re Scared’

lawle i i i

as Stat = wouses So Hortense looks eagerly
Union Soldiers who. allegedly around for scandalous scenes, and
drive the “peaceful boys” to a then dolefully reports : “Strange

to say, success via the sex formula

life of crime which is climaxed

by the first train hold-up in frequently does not work.” ;
America and which ends with _ Not only that, she discovers
Jesse being shot in the back by that producers, directors, and

film stars are positively scared to
Macdonald death of ambitious young women.
She says : “If these men have
with

one of his own men,
Wendell Corey,
Carey and Anne Revere all give

a good account of themselves in a friendship it is usually

the principal roles; direction is someone who is already success-
good and the scenery in Techni- ful.

color is superb. In fact, it’s the One famous man _ said _ he
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Dress Shoppe where you’ lise saw--The Hoover Electrical Wash-
your dollar—only a dollar to buy ing Machine in K. R. Hunte’s new

Art Silk Panties, or Woven Pan-
ties, or a Girdle, or a Sra, or a
Handbag (Ladies’ or Children’s;
OF any one or number Of the ex-
traordinary selection and bargain

Showroom on Lower Broad St. A
Stainless steel pulsator whirls the |
clothes in all directions and the
wringer with its aluminium body

ok .

with an actress who earned less i : looks after the rest. With 6% gal-
than £350 a week. This is not jeanne sen qicane Cet lons of water the Hoover will whip |
due to snobbishness, but was] 4+ $1. Just look at the huge list through 23% lbs. of clothes in no

time flat. as often as you like, for

based on the theory that a girl -
$135 straight.

on e three of this paper. You
in that salary bracket would not pes

have ? Better collect your dollars

have the financial incentive for| and take ‘em along on the run ! oo See
a blackmail suit, and is also © 8 * “De Lima’s for Diamonds”
interested in protecting her own Daintily prepared tables with Very true, but there are many

sparkling linen and fresh flowers, more delightful things at Y. De
courteous service and extremely Lima & Co., Ltd. A huge new
food. Look at the Menu shipment has brought Marcasite
arills, French Fries and Salads set in sterling silver in the shape
among a host of others. It’s the of pendants, brooches and earrings
never | Rockley Beach and Residential —one brooch with genuine ¢imeo
enough | Club for luncheons, dinners and sells for less than $4. There are
| after Theatre and Cocktail sup- man y novelties: Ladies’ Fob

| ssuasie Superbly managed by Mrs. Brooches in Cricket Bat and Ball,

usie Burke, formerly of Kent Compass and even Har “a de
Trinidad, the appealing "3 pas f en armonica de-

Signs. One key-chain has a tele-

reputation.”

Dr. Powdermaker manages to
throw up a little more dust
when she deals with the private
life of the women stars.

“In Hollywood _ there
appears to be quite
attractive young men.”

Gay Goings On? .
Does this mean that the “friend | House



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a Shar” eee se) Chamwe 2 ae | inge and walk-out gallery scopic screw-up pencil another
If a casting director suggests | Provide unsurpassed comfort and kas a pocket knife attached

him for one of the star’s pic- coml luxury, 3 z

tures she might find it embar- | Fron iii. ote deities ait Phone Pitcher’s—4472 and~as

rassing to work with him. It] ine cha . of 2 ‘Ori at iat : { often as not you'll get it. C. S

then gets noised around that she | found ial ae oa: hes, oe Pitcher & Co. have always a tre-

thinks he’s no good — and his’ “ke the Selantal Show ‘ab ae mendous selection in their Hard-

close relationship with her has aids of oesbuck ann High ware Dept. and easy parking in!
front of the store is an added at-

acted as a boomerang.
After all those heady rumours

|Streets. A branch of Surti Uni-

| ted it 25 Swan St., the Oriental traction. Right now the Fire King

of pulsating romance between /Shop features lusk Silk Pajamas Ovenware, Mixing Bowls and
star and star, Hortense has to|for Ladies and Men at wonderful Casseroles (in 4 sizes) have just
admit a prices. Here is Ladies’ Silk Un- arrived. There is table glassware

shame-making truth wai : : .
that these players who win the |derwear—Georgette Bodices and tin cocktail, pony glass, } pt. glas
adulaticn of the world usually |Silk Bed jackets, And marvellous and % pt. glass sizes. And ‘4, 4,
find each other an irritation and |Silver® Filigree Jewellery from and 1 gallon Ice Flasks as well as
a hore. China, delicate and exquisite. 1 pt. Thermos Flasks. See what I
It’s the call of the Orient when mean? Phone Pitcher’s'

Did Dr. Powdermaker find any | you dial 4404, ‘ ‘

h ae

wild parties ? “Not any more | * 2 ‘
than in a small American city,” | 3 _ Well! What d’you know -Wax
she says. |. They’re here! Yes, Sir and is what makes water run off of a

She found that though there is | Madam—three shipments of cars duck’s back. Wax is what enables
a pretence at gay goings-on, |at Cole’s Garage—Hillman Sedans, the horny cactus to live under the
Hollywood's inhabitants as Station Wagons and Convertibles. desert suns, yep. ; And Wax, in any
dull as any suburbanites’ Regarding this last, only two ar- one of Johnson's Wax Products

She takes the case history of | rived. One is sold. Are you snap- such as Glo-Coat fer lino floors
one big star whom she calls Miss | Ping up the other? Never in greater will give you the most lustrous

are

Manifest Destiny. demand, the immensely popular and hard surface WITHOUT
Hillman with it’s big car roominess, POLISHING. Spread it on and
“Miss Manifest Destiny is one | small car economy, is a top-flight Glo-Coat does the rest. And to

of the people who has become A | low-cost buy. A call to Cole’s Gir- clean and polish in one easy action,
victim of her own publicity. She| age 4316 will ensure a demon- Johnson's Liquid Wax makes the
is now in her mid-20's, with lim-/| stration that pleases—thrills! Lots jmpossible possible. Distributed

ite ability, and after many years’| of colours to choose from, too. by K. J. Hamel-Smith you'll =
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star.” Z Ate “stat aloe s Con Cotton Factory,
S ’ Up there on Busby’s, very close Barbados Co-op
She then sketches Miss Mani- | t4 Swan and James Streets, there’s ph. 2089.
fest Destiny’s life through an the shop that ‘Frequently has * *
unhappy childhood and a career Everything’—-Chase’s Dry “Goods ee
as a hoofer in night clubs to the Stora. On dial 3393 and you'll There's. a ty a Benger
> yhen er saw her , : vhere ay Si “You pow 5
moment when a producer saw her | quickly learn of the new shipment Where they ea (believe it or

sitting in a casting director's | q¢
office and gave her a test
dom—and £500 a week—followed.| gurs—at only $1.53 and 36” wide, pull me and
hemstitched Ladies’ little 3 h.p.

Marocain in White, Powder and oil pow y wy
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Sar-/ Blue, Rose and many other col- 16t) which, Pit pull you" but this

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The effect of her success on| And -W to a load capacity of one

na ‘ : ing.’ | Kerchiefs for 20c, and white and all up to a io \ y ’

her personality is interesting, at’s something. It’s
a GREE : x Thue | coloured in various designs from ton. Now, that’s som .

says Dr. Powdermaker. “Although |

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down upon all dancing and
goal has completely changed.

“She fancies herself as a great
singer and talks about how she
would like to sing ‘Carmen’,
She thinks all talk about equality
is nonsense.

“She deserves a big house with
lots of servants. The people were |
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A LARGE SHIPMENT OF TRACTORS ARRIVE :

STOP PAIN —







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Police Scholarship Examination, 1951, of the Depart- For Spe eding (From Our Own Correspondent) -_
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: Alleyne, (Miss) D. &, of Clifton , The Police are still setting Grinding st Gee eka ntigua
Awarded Hill Girls’; Barker, (Miss) E. O. of SPeee traps. During the week Factory ceased OS 5 Sate Sugar | oe
Southborough Boys’; Bellamy, O. Vet S!X motorists were brought ' 7 ; ednesday, on

wre . ‘ Septe > i
AWELVE-YEAR-OLD Cynthia §. of St, John’s Mixed: Benjamin, before City Police Magistrates aren tee 25.600 ae aoe ny
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Springer, daughter of Inspec- (Miss) M. I. of Workman's Junior, 0% breaking the speeq limit. . :
tor Springer was the second child see C. R. of Selah Boys’; Brath- Three motorists appeared be- tanactertenea’ ye at bas been |
to win a Police Scholarship award- waite, A. L, T, of Holy Trinity fore City Police Magistrate Mr. worked without intersupiboats had | s °
ed from proceeds of sale of Police Boys’; Brathwaite, (Miss) M, A G. B,. Griffith yesterday. One, goal would have boone: — ‘ The Onl Pain Relieve
Mag ’s. Last year the scholar- of St John Baptist Girls’; Brath- 5t Clair Boyce of Upper Carl- ceached, but today approximatety| y
ship went to the son of Station Waite, (Miss) V. A. of Beulah ton, St. James, was fined £2 and 50,000 tons of cane remain stein

Sarjeant Howard. He is now doin; Girls’; Browne, E of Society’s one shilling costs in 14 days and ing 25% of which are owned by | containing Vitamin B,

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three years at Harrison College M Fort J ; M a :
and the Commissioner of Police te pe Christ ( eal) “Girl ' Bk ‘ae eee a along the Antigua Syndicate Estates sence te ‘
told the Advocate yesterday: “He (Gijmmins. (Mrs.) G. of St ae d acs Rock Road on 4 ugust 8 at Due to strikes the factory was idle | If you want toget QUICK RELIEF
E repérted to be doing very well.” | y te 5 A 4 0 a {m= a speed greater than 80 miles an for ten weeks and now many peas- from PAIN, and also to enjoy, the

Cynthia Springer was formerl) St. 8, irae’ G ms ie G ‘A 1 hour. . _ 4nts who depend solely on their } benefits of Vitamin B, you must
; : 1 of St Ste ‘ ai Girls’ 2 oe rs zi orde, G. A. o Benjamin Skeete of Redman’s canes for their livelihood are | take YEAST - VITE Tablets.
a pupil of § Stephen ; St. Martin’s Boys’; Gill, C. V. of Land, Deacons Road, St Michael, weeping and moaning, | There’s nothing else like YEAST-
tbh She left there and attended St James Boys’; Gumbs, (Mrs.) |. was also fined £2 for Jriving at Within recent weeks 2,000 tons VITE. It is the ONLY pain
St. Michael’s Girls’ School where of St. Joseph’s Girls’; Marshall , speed greater than 26 -niles an Of canes were burnt on Syndicate reliever which ALSO contains the
she won the Police Scholarship (Miss) O. M. of Holy Innocents hour. Estates. They were not reaped but tonic Vitamin B,. Don’t wait-—
The Scholarship is tenable at “irls’; Osborne, (Miss) F. Y. of The other driver fined was Will be left to spring-up again for jo and get some YEAST-VITE
Queen’s College for three years. Vauxhall Mixed; Prescod, (Miss) Joseph Lewis of Ellerton, St. 2eXt year. This disastrous situa- Tablets now.

: oo = Sen J. of Christ Church Girls’; Ramsay
er sister Sheila § ze 1- : ; : ; ;

g tier ; oe 7 heila Springer, : , W. E. of All Saints’ Boys’; Sar-

years old, is also a very promising __ t (Mis 7 Bet eae?

student. The examiner found it Be@n) Cveiss) bd. of St. Lucy's Road on August 17 at a speed

ie it cele aia t} Girls’; Walcott, (Miss) G. of Wes- OSS hi ‘e AR I aber ies. pits

difficult to choose between the fey Hall Girls’; Walker, (Miss) A greater than 20 miles an hour.

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George. Mr. Griffith fined him tion is the cause of a loss of over
£2 for driving along Bush Hall £150,000 to the island this year

Attention to Antigua’s precarious
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Eeiksaih Civils’ te'aleo how. going Wehbe seach ws aed Te Gir Walwyn imposed a fine on 23- Bldchburne stated, “The Govern- COLDS, CHILLS,
son’s College, f year-o d George Jones, a labour- Men s ina worse financial posi-
to bn genta Lie ie Oe Oy IJ, only’ Mahon) C. H. of er of , Mapp Hill, St. Michael, ae on iy nae been since ei RHEUMATIC PAINS
ete Re ee heat Bk ee es va? teeta, who pleaded guilty to a charge "9" 4 o ve given a specia
{% opened at Charnocks Village, St, Saviour’s Boys’ passed, of stealing a belt valued ten shil- 97@9t by Britain to pay for its or- | RELIEVES YOUR PAIN *YEAST-VITE*
Christ Church, near Seawell, on — a a lings and eleven pence. ‘The belt dinary expenses, and YY ) be
Friday, September 28 at 5.00 p.m. again. On this occasion it was jg the property of Messrs. “4 m~ pone. sienealling MAKES YOU FEEL WELL % ) My oe

The Church Hall has been kindly towed in by the launch Planta, DaCosta & Co, Ltd. ADVERTISE
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lent by the Rector. The mate of the Franklyn D.&., For causing a disturbance in a

This club will be operated three Alfred Raimie, told the Advocate row boat Mack Clarke, alias IN THE
days per week for boys and three that when about 25 miles off Bar- “Hop-Along” and Leslie Redman 7 ¢ =
days for girls. It now brings the bados the main boom of the ves- were each fined 10 shillings with ADVOCA TE

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in the island to 11. they would complete repairs and prisonment by Police Magistrate rn ne a> | « E54 454 66¢ $5.6 5554 6455555555665 655S55555555566566654 -
The Paetivstenah told: the Ad- ma sbont next eadiiestay. : Mr. G. B. Griffith, i + o isa aan alae i ie aaa a GOERS SSOP POP OOSOS ee
vocate that tickets for the Club’s € NLY FIVE vocalists, instead of ea eer e pened A pas ‘s| QUALIFY FOR A GOOD JOB IN - - - ist v
raffle are selling very well the usual six, took part in the 15 shillings on 46-year-old Doris 7 6. nin YIN 6 el q ‘
On Friday night the Fire Officer Local Talent Show at the Globe one a uznoeneenes. of eee EN GUN EERIN G | Hout rl x ¥
gave o talk to the boys at the Bay Theatre on Friday night : : vy os naic ae ie ee see w culty Complete Home Training at Low Fees Cet: f * $
40 a ¢ s e + ve . ae g ar S be - ? a } *
Street Club on ‘Fire and its Dan First prize was awarded to hat Y on Moise. Gi a ns , F + $
Ker ” ; Nex Friday night Chief Carl Best who sang “May © The m on Eloise a MECHANICAL CIVIL 18 c X
5.P.C.A. nspector Torrezo of Good Lord Bless and Keep You.” TES 1 EVO. ‘7, ELECTRICAL STRUCTURAL ae > —-— 2
British Guiana will give a talk on ‘Ten-year-old Douglas Griffith, RATES OF Sama NGE AUTOMOB i ae Segall RS %
ae et Animals.” who sang “When Your Hair Ha Sunday, Sept. 23, 1961 pipe eg eT * jx S
! , 1 the week the Turned to Silver,” was awarded 63 3/10% pr, Cheques o No PASS N PEE. 7 i i 4
Schooner Wrenkiva D. B.iwes the eeebod pric’ Ue ee Raion oe. | iS cee eee 3 THE UNDERSIGNED hereby notify importers that %
Rela up in port hile * "ates "Th h e a ’ highlighted by Demane Drafts 61 a5 pr Send for FREE 80 PAGE BOOK, specifying your particular interest, to % x
¢ 1 port while crew e o Vea ghiighte > Sight Drafts 61 or. 7 he Principa -- x ‘ £ ¢ : $ .
searched every corner for a stow- the Guest Star, teenager vOrvil: @8 a/i0% pr. Cable ; nciee ane rAbiw “RESvLTE CoLLEGR, x they have been informed by their Principals that due to the high s
tway. It manages to leave port on Granderson, who sang “Be My ® 8/10% pr Fonanin ce 9 a “i Det, A.02, Tuition House, Londen, 8.W. 19, s 2 i 5 : i ‘
Friday, but yesterday it returned Love” and “Bless This House.” Silver en, ; is cost of operations at this Port Bills of Lading covering all goods %
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Is T Ri pond ea am hi Mas * shipped from the Continent and Scandinavia as from 1st Septem- *
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Bg Fd ae, ‘i 1S EXPLOSIVES will be free from alongside; i.e. all Lighterage *
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DO YOU LOOK FORWARD confidently to a good night’s RECORD BREAKING SALE is Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not x
rest regularly, or do you toss and turn and try all through 5 % Warehouses) of the undersigned for calculation and payment of x
ihe long night to get to sleep, unsuccessfully ? To Secure the Bargains they never bargained for from & these charges s
Hine ail raps day to ace , 8s a the 50 cases of New Merchandise just received for the es : R
IF YOU CAN’T SLEEP, and your nerves feel taut and strung up you Ladies, the Gents and the Kiddies too 1% y
will naturally feel the effects next day. You w - and irritable pia: pain i} g
and unable to comment id thane ateniant, TROP ee td eee These merchandise were specially ordered for the is GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLY ON PRESENTA- :
‘ 4 a i PP hy opening day of our Record-Breaking Sale, but alas! 1% TION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF LADING SHOWING =
HELP YOUR NERVES to recover their balance . rebuild them they arrived late, but not too late; for Saturday 22nd 1% ¥
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and to restore your frayed nerve ends. It’s easy with NUTROPHOS, a | Sie eet We ee eet nt es 1S THAT THESE CHARGES HAVE BEEN PAID. x
combination of Thiamine Chloride and Phosphorus, specially adapted for | a tified cuitceners x Cee Eecbsinate at oe 1s $
the treatment of all nerve disorders. YOU EAT WELL, SLEEP WELL, | ei hens r1X S. P. MUSSON SON & CO hr ., %
and FEEL WELL when you take | 7 ow , . mon x ea : 4
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TWELVE : SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, SEPTEMB .
CLASSIF TEI DD Ao wT eee | GOVERNMENT NOTICE lb cae ee
OR
Be at Home in ~
YELEPK ONG The public are hereby warned against | TRINIDAD | HELP | | GUEST HOUSE
“s ii a iasiidhainstileil eving credit to my iwite, Gwendolyn Stay Sa GUEST HoUsE |— ~ Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent} OPPOSITE HASTINGS ROCKS
‘orde (nee e), as > nold my- a - | Bi a iat at tn’ 4
For Births, Marriage er Engagement FOR ALE s€lt/responsible for her or anyone else o(e bes Bros, 47 Park Street. SALESMAN_with some experience of |@nd Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1951, No. 16 which will be fel. 2021. L BOUZNE,
winotincements in, Carib Calling the contracting any debt or debts in my Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, Dry Goods Dept lad of good | published in the Official Gazette of Monday, 24th September, 1951. | Manageress.
harge is $3.00 for any number of words) ji1 11m charge weele 12 ceate and} nome unless by a written order signed by Centre of the Town education an and anxtous ia erie an le 2 naa “Olas 7 of |
up to 50 and 6 cer its "per word for wo 96 cents Sutdays % words — over 24) me¢ 2.9. 8I—4n. | to succeed, wal seeive ev ry gncourage- 2. nder this Order the maximum retail selling prices i]
; ms ih. Phone = . . JOSEPH FORDE, | t pply: otter & Co J “ . » a _. >; 7 ow ai * 3” s |
wadittonal bl Dm. 3113 for Death| Words 3 cents a word week—4 conta o Clit Cottage. | To meet numerous requests of our| yarhill Street 23,9 5i—an. | DeWitts Kidney & Liver Pills” and “Matricaria Powders” are a
ee ly after 4 p.m word on Sundays; St. John customers, we have opened a _ section — féllows: —
Notides only 8 22.9.51—-2n, | for custom made shirts, pyjamas, pants, MISCELLANEOUS rn ee aa oe : ee
ED AUTOMOTIVE shorts, ladies slacks, boys clothing ete. | yc (reat ie ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM |
DIE Having at our disposal the facilities ‘of a ret | RETAIL PRICE |
4 . . 600. Ve od ‘ etere facuny: we-are able ty, offer! ~~~ ha, mecurea tt
ALLAMBY—Elizabeth (Lity). «Yesterday; CAR—Fiat 1949, — 1,504 4 Wins iea2. PUBLIC SALES prompt services at exceptionally reaso: LOAN £9,000 5 - Re - - |
fternoon at her residence “Airlie”. | condition, reasonably priced aa able prices first mortgage. Yearwood & : a és DeWitts Kidney & Liver Pills] Small sizéd bot 14¢ |
Cave Hill, St. Michay, Her fur by athe : Ten cents per agate 'ine on week-days; Reliance Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot. | 19.9.51-—4r ' ° . . 4 : ‘ |
Maven Em la'e. "Stephen's atiurch| “GAR LAudlin 10 HP. M1804 good| and 12 cents per agate line un Sundays,| Palmetto Street. Phone 4764 ET eaten 20 a i oth = es 1.3
“ ‘or St. Stephen f I ‘ened > AN PE - wi oe
Br ineccment,. condition, Apply: W. MePherson, Tudor} tame 80 on ae = OU siilietchstieddtchiatsninsicncinamiscmconemeoe: |. HOUSE—For extended period furnished | Matricaria Powders .. Small box 36c.
Frank snniss, Violet Tnniss, Ivy Inniss,) B-idge, St Michael eee F DENTURES —Can't Eat, Why my| house. Three bedrooms, modern conve- | ————— |
eae eae ~“CAR—American Austin 7. New tyres. Dentures ‘are broken. Well. you can | Miences, attractive area. Julian Garrett. | 29nd September, 1951. j {
23.9 51 Cine ats 19.9.51—t-f£.n. have them skilfully repaired within Phone 9020 and 8564. eR See To castes N ae adie ailieciatihis i
TT ES three hours. Where? Square De = Sj
THANKS CAR—Singer 9 Sports, just overhauled REAL TATE Denture Repair Service, Reed Street WANTED TO mae e 7
SN i d= sprayed Mileage 25,000. No 22.9. 51—2n Me a a ai oH oe |
STIN Th ndersigned gratefully | feasonable offer refused, Contact George re ——— naval Officer ann ; or ud
Ave thanks to attended the weheul, “Public Works. Teil. 4389 or oppeatia Birathelsion Cine nadine NACAMCS exit 22: seplibie Segy te | Sreones. See seas” ae i role L DO
funeral sent wr r in any other} cole & Co 22.9.51—2n on 30,000 square feet, upstairs four oe for uae OmeeL Levene spe |e ea ae ne agg, le
*xpressed pathy with ther | ? . ‘ollowing qualifications:—Higher ‘er- | Go ourse for preference. astley, 3
een yore fon of the passing of Mr CAR—One Morris 12 H.P. Five good oe AB 4 yeet, atten 4 a Int seeds Sas cirahe rat | Stas eeegueeias hn ROYAL RE FSERLANDS The M’V “DAERWOOD” will
stanle s ‘ of Chapman's a ce *os- ? ntermediate grade cert t ———— —— AMSHI /
— aS Pa) aaa. oe ee oe Seonnink tare ‘Dini| Kitchenette, kitchen and large ctore-| Rook. Keeping or Accountancy At Rice | Twelve (12) PROPERTIES for awaiting STE P CO. accept Cargo and Passengers for & Ce.
“Clarissa Holder, Orman Scott (step-| Ro polltan caaram 22.9.51—an.] TOOM. arden, Kitchen garden, fern! 5 years’ commercial Book-Keeping and | purchasers ranging from £500. to £2.500, SAHLING FROM EUROPE See, eee ee AL.
_ 3e1r house, garage, large enclosed yard and| 4 ccountancy experience. Experience in| Come in and list your property with! | MLSs. HE € 7th September 1951 Passengers only for St. Vincent. A.F.S., F.V.A.
23.9.51—In. | Cin _1967 model fluid drive Dodge} °Tenard with bearing trees semen preparation of Financial Reports, Profit| The Ebony Realty and Commission |s.s, COTTICA—Sth October 1961 Sailing Thursday 27th inst. es
ria | Sedan. Condition perfect tyres as new. | , 51m | & Loss statements, Balance Sheets, | Agency Clement S. - Auctioneer, SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND The M/V “MONEKA” will ac-
GORDON--We beg to return our grateful | Foie reasonable. Can be seen at Silver| "Ase ABOUT D. F. DE ABREU. | 2%d8et_preparation and Statistical work. | Marhill Street, Din} 500 eka tsa AMSTERDAM cept Cargo and Passengers for
thanks to all those iriends for Ui] Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4226.| piaL 3111, No Boosting! No Rail-| A#¢ 25 to 30 ae 2" eu ieee | — _ SAIN "TO PARAMADE o Nevis. and st Kitts Selling Fri: FOR SALE |
na@hy and = var Sree ring 2 Jackinan 19.9.51—6n. | roading! No Duds! Re-Sale Values| **/@TY Teduired to “222” c ea | CE 8; SEADONatith Gonaee Dee % Te de as Se Pe
y astenond ‘Gordon, ise. of Buss | Assured! IN NEZSON ST.. BY Bus) ___ e i NOTICE . SAHANG TO TRINIDAD The M/V “CARIBBEE” will ac “HOLDER'S HOUSE”, St
{ Eastmond Gordo ate ~ ‘ 3, > 3 ———-- am esiniinieas AML J “ “” “ y '
Hatt ‘ t. Mic hael ELE ECTRICAL ce aye. Stone Pi as VACANCY exists in reputable firm in | PARISH OF CHRIST cuuRe n PARAMARIBO AND BG. cept Cargo and Passengers for James, An Estate House built of
Fnid Gordon (sister), Mrs. Iris Griffith | — ———— mone | ESN |e IN NEL SON pt ea! Bed. Trinidad for a competent Lady Secre-| APPLICATIONS will be re oe (@t!) M.S. BONAIRE—24th September 1951 | Dominios, _An ‘Montserrat, stone with pine floors and shingle
tnd Mrs, Gwen Harper (aunts), Anthony |” CROSLEY REFRIGERATOR New Yoors Cottage With Land, Camveniences, | ty, © ‘Executive. Only those fully | MY office up to 3.00 p.m. on Monday. | §.5, COPTICA—2nd October 1951 Nevis and St. s. Sailing Fri- roof. 3 reception, 5 bedrooms,
(friend) 23.9.51—-1n. | U.S.A. 7c. ft. $505.00. Dial 4616 IN TUDO BT: os Courtesy Garage. 19.9.51—6n Swo-Story Business Premiil & Resi- capable of taking shorthand at 120 | Sr caaiae “avaren be caalary oe-@eaeo was a ee ‘aie ] BW. SCHOONER OWNERS’
KNIGHT —- We the undersigned beg to ae * ar r words or ovef, per minute, need apply. ay a he 7 ASSOCIATION (INC)
. 5 fed the Ep q R -— 616 Osc 807{ dence, all Conveniences, about £2,600 — = a ve | per month. M.S. BOSKOOP—30th September 1951
a Oh eet nay Qe Taha Buy It. AT BRIGHTON;| Writ® enclosing photograph to “KXX" | "ony copiés of testimonials (which | < Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
funeral, sent flowers and in any other] Pinal 40 watts, good condition, complete Can : rs i + heel > ee. c/o Advocate. 22.9 51—4n | wom Te be rerernedy are TeqQawea and S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.
way expr od their sympathy in ourf with Microphone . vert ian ee — aaa pc TN we edakeinan a will ot be-neeeianry to” -Seewael Agents. hogany trées, outstanding
recent & vement Lashleys Limited 20 Swan Stree! fi ficiency with the attraction of “Holder's is the
Millicent Knight (wife), Billy Knight 21.9.51—3n pee so a ee cn! Bee EDUCATIONAL | Sup hestions si BS aeente titi eunis i e . . e very lovely site whieh lias’ the
enka Una Knight, (daughter), Elise rl Siete mail "Two-Storl Residenc! Mifcates should state particulars of advantage of being well elevated
ee 23.9.51—11 are Se ae Warsi Mentter both’ Se in of "Main hanes one hae | Saws an thétr applications and be. ; re- a 10 and cool, with fine views on all
a i 2 ents, Oven an a « Drawer Se . z a WS |
—_—— gna eee “offered at a special al Very So ae Gee joa4 “oe £2, —? NOTICE wred to produce them if required to | meme Stes. ‘Coast. & im aan a mile
J i. pid furnishin: ats «or 2 y has abo os
IN MEMORIAM Bungslows. John F. Hutson Lid. 2 Acres. AT BLACK ROCK; A, MOO! | The sugceatut candidate will be | Sails _Sails Sails Arrives _ Sails “LOCKERBIE HOUSE", Brittons
22.9.51-—2n.| Property with or without the ‘ LOBGE £0 y _ preauired fo serve one (I) wear on Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados ’ =
LICORISH—In loving memory of our over 1 Acre. BY er: ee The school will re-open on Tuesday, | probation before appointment to the | CAN. CHALLENGER 10 Sept. 13 Sept. pat 22 Sept. 22 Sept. Cross Rd,—Fine example of a pre-
beloved mother Mrs Josephine A Stone Built House with over mber Ith at 9.45 a.m. | Setablishea staff. LADY RODNEY - 19 Sept. 22-Sept. 24 Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct War 2-storey Barbadian home
Ligerish, who departed this life on FURNITURE (Not all Arable), for ‘nae sig0,| New. boys not yet examined for | WOOD GODDARD, CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept. 1 Oct on 0 Oct 11 Oct, pevvading am stmsenbare of inet
the 2ist day of September 1950 ABOVE T HILL; A New| entrance will present themselves at the Clerk, Commissioners of Health, LADY NELSON - 10 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct low solidity enchanced by the
Asleep in Jesus oh for me FURNITURE—One (1) Birch Morris} 3 Bedroom Concrete Bungalow, all Mod-| school at 10 a.m. on Monday 24th | Christ Church “Old World” garden in which it
May such a blissful refuge be drawing room suite comprising of: 2] 6,5, Conveniences, Under £1,200 ~Can| September. Boarders are expected for | 16.9. 51—4n. , stands, The covered porch at the
Securely shall her ashes lie Rockers, 2 Chairs, 1 2 seater setteé) Fy it AT LOW BAY STREET.,| dinner at 6 p.m. 24th September . | etecetecsnnaticmmnnmntpshtnncstintainatts tesititidititeimandtmmmenass® NORTHBOUND front of the house is but one of
To wait the summons from on High | vith upholstered duniopillo cushions | _ ‘Seaside 2 Bedroom Si Built One CYRIL E, STOUTE, Arrives Sails Arrives A s Arrives the pleasant features about “Lock-
Mrs. Ruby Pilgrim and Mrs. Ottie? ang centre table, also Birch dining | storey, Conveniences, Kleal for Business Secretary, Barbades Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal erbie" and on entering the lounge
Hiréwood (daughters and family), C.\tapie and 4 chairs. Practically mew | i¢ Converted, Under £1,000.—Can Buy It Gov. Fedy, Lodge School. LADY RODNEY . 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Oct 1 Novr an unusual central stairway in-
Piigfim (son-in-law) 23.9.51—10 ] phone Mrs. Parkinson 2730. AT THE GARRISON; A Seclusive 3 Bed- 19.9. 51—3n variably receives favourable com-
noooaoeeat 16.9:51-8n- | room Stone Built Bungalow, A-1 Condi. in The M.V. “CANADIAN CRUISER” is expected to arrive here|] ment. The separate dining room
PRO OPP LAOPPTVS Son, AY BAST ee Sec NOTICE about the 24th September, accepting cargo for St). Lucia, Dominica, j]} the smail study and long wide
POULTRY — ae Satine ain, ee “REGENT HIGH SCHOOL” Don't let morning and night cough- | Bermuda, St. John, Halifax, Charlotte Town, Quebee and Montreal. verandahs. A property well worth
i ae en (One a _| Pine Rad. near ist Avenue, Belleville, attacks of Bronchitis oe asthina ——— viewing if real value for money
-. ‘nD ies oe Other-—Partly Stone Built in A-1 Condi-} Win pe opene PN om S
pened on Wednesday 3rd Octo- sleep snd SNEOO another day is wanted
N m4 See ae soon uaty, west. , Hon), Both yield over $100.00 p.m. aMAl dee, New pupils. will be admitted for | without works “re the ,
kines Pag gmevneres Hertea” S| Ori” eao Can Buy thom. AT WAVE | enfagne eatin os enasg” 30 Gacis | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Asents. amin eee ae
James. Dial 2316 S| GARDENS; C This and Grasp ) October, at 9.00 a.m Modern Bungalow constructed i
rr = " Only Under £3,100—Aimost New 2 Bed- Privaté Tuition after 3.30 p.m oO ingalow constructed in
TO ELECTORS OF THE LIVESTOCK room (possible 3 or 4) Stone Built Bun: EB. BROWNE 1999 with 18” stone walls and
galow, clusive, ew, Orcha Principal . i
J eee oe ee ee ° 000 ft. Fully large L shaped living room, 2
o Ich] Flower Garden, about 11, sq. 23.9.51— 95 2h
PARISH OF ST. JOHN GOAT & KID — One Alpine. duck. | Enclosed with Stone. AT CATTLEWASH a freakin

Goat young in kid, for pure bred buck,
also one Alpine Ewe kid — eight months
old. Phone 2277. Senie

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

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a tory Department and a Main
m beach, containing 3 bedrooms, 8 Ppreparator
‘| Apply K. Corbin, c/o B.T.C_ Paddock. caer and diming rooms, verandah, | School in wri he Seem! Sent ta
2 22.9.51—3". Tied bath, kitchen and servants room. 4 eee re Tentne cenit attaehind
— a aa gorage, self-contained of modern design | nn "thos
oak MISCELLANEOUS Dial 4321 or 3231. 26.8.51—-3n | t, the Le et
= «© Headmistress, who should possess
nn CP PRI a ree a tish University and a
ee ANTIQUES — Of every description] CHATTEL HOUSES Each with 2 a apenas oS on oo Peter eek gd
’- | Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver] Bedrooms; can remain on the _ spots required to devote her whole time to
| Watercolours,’ Early books, Maps. Auto-| Prices attractive. Apply C. M; Green-| (haus oP see rate quivaf-class
3 | traphs ete, at Gorringes Antique Shop | dge, Roebuck Street Dial 7 _ activities The salary offered fs £600
y . adjoining Royal Yaeht Club ws per. annum, 5 re wae of ae he
3.9. 50—t.f.n. deducted as rent for @ partie! r
‘ “GARAGE One galvanized garage he idence in the schoot @r@unis
| CEDAR BOARDS—Best quality. Near Site-ene sheets as good as new. Size aera is provided. ane the ae of the
Beckles’ Dye Works Chapel Lane 16 ft. 6 ins, x 12 ft. 6 ins. x 84t. Apply | Headmistress, The Headmistress i not
r 4 23.9.51—1n | to L. M, Clarke, No, 12 James Street. | 9 Ciyia Servant, but service is penstonable
—eetteataetinmitteteinttitee | Phone 157 29.9.51—IM. | under the Teachers’ Far ag a
: *KETER LEN a ee ae " ~~ | contributions are payable, bu >
Sante Beeneway Soon Shep at Oe.) “HOUSE—In good condition 18 x 10. | mum qualifying period is’ ten yeaes, Ser-
Beet at en “21,9.51—2n, | Dial 3309. 23,.9.51—2n. | vice at Alexandra School fen Reaches |
' csthiatatetetat eatin iintatemcatitaiiiaa dees Yn ———<-| qualifying under the Engfts! P
wo FOR SALE Supc.annuation Act.
COTTON THREAD in Khaki, Brown, ‘
PROPERTIES IN Passage expenses to Barbados, not ex-
Grey and Black 200 yards $110 Goan | FONTABELLE, 3 bedrooms ceeding £200, will be paid against |
zeels, oe alien Bh os on 9.51-—3n. BELMONT, 3_ bedrooms appropriate vouchers. A_ term's Jong |
ee oe cae :]| BLACK ROCK, 3 wee nia mel leave is granted every five years on
nena eatetetine
on one acre land with cow stalls, water) request, but up to the present no pas-
EVAN McGREGOR WEBSTER COTTON FUGIETTE — All Purpose) mist, electric light and water, Dial 2047,| sage money is available for leave.
ide poem tee? ee ou it nie R. Archer Me Kenzie in Victoria, Strest. Applicants should forward a statement |
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only 56 cents per yard, cata 1. Date and place of birth.
. : KIRPALART, 52) Swan Street, MODERN BUNGALOW—On bathing] 2. Schools and University attended,
I will be offering myself as 33.9.51—1n beach, 3 bedrooms and all conveniences 3 Degree, giving subjects and class}
" DAY SON & HEWITT'S FEVER| [Arse Plot of land. Srey, 9 re a 4 Renate study including |
56 7 Bi . Ox c ; st- r.
a Candidate at the forthcom-| yixrurp—Used in the early. stages of Site ok Py sd Pai ggg Rag Senna
distemper will give that pet dog o enema (if any).
‘ ee am ‘youre quick recovery. 2/9 per bottle " D AND SHINGLE HOUSE 5 Teaching experience with dates|
ing General Elections and Obtained at Knight's Ltd UH whee aieaohne Built with pine and positions held.
; ; i 23.9.51—In.] terial in good condition, Tweedside 6. War Service (if any).
taking this opportunity of | Road. At present occupied Joseph St 7 Participation in out-of-class activi-
, ON eae OK ocd ciretive tarp, Bardia Svoverte. & C9. tad. I rs
soliviting your support. that worry some trouble in the ears of i canaabaanchiecsnclitresmummniontaniieapaaind 9 Ago en perariok (if any).|
A dogs. 2/9 per bottle, obtained at a are interested in buying or ti edical ertificate of fitness. a
I intend to run under the] knight's Lta 29.0.51—In | . tines property, chattel house or a spot| 12 Copies of three recent testimonials.
= ——1 of land, you should get in touch with| 12 The names and addres:
banner of Labour and if elect- | .,HAMS—New Best Quality Hams @ | p-arcy A, Scott, Real Estate Agent and] ,, referees, | i Contineae|
$1.29 pet Ib. Dial 3435 or 4333 Auctioneer of Magazine Lane. Prompt| |The statement tomer ed to a covering |
R Cole & Co., Ltd., BOSH OGh Pereee sa! attention is given to any business placed one oh application }
> ‘ a —{ > }
ed, 1 will endeavour 6 serve . in my hands regardless re ei stat tote Candidates living In the United Kins-
LIPTON’S *EA—All teas are good} 2¢ buying 1 have an extensive dom should send their applications to

which you can make your selection, in-
cluding One Acre of Land at Cave Hil)
near Girls’ School, and several spots at
Maxwell and Belmont Road, For any-
thing in Real Estate see D'Arcy A. Scott

to the best of my ability.

EVAN McGREGOR

teas but some teas are better than other
teas, If you want the best tea that
commands the largest sale in the worl
as stated on every package, and which

PtenGReS aN” Save et pata th Babe | ee Setary, *Riwand’e. Shan

LIPTON’S TEA, Save that part o " = € . |

label indicating the weight and exchenge Dwelll ‘oe called GPO Box 243, Bridgetown, Barbados,
WEBSTER premiums 1 om |, Two-storied wall Dwellinghou B.W I, by Sist October, 1951

(the residence of the late

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at Brighton Road, Black Rock, 200 yards | ®ided by Government funds.







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Speightstown, Barbados, Bt.

The Governors of Alexancra School

giving the following particulars :—

the Secretaty, The West India Commit
tee, 40.Norfolk Street, London, W C 2 to
reach him by the 30th September,

Candidates living in the Carribean area

1951

























ICATIONS for the post of
Kids. Apply:|1% Seaside). Contact Me for Almost| invite APPL

GOATS: Minch re viiiaee. St. James.| Anything in Real Retate, “If 1 Gan't HEADMISTRESS. The new tei |

cig %2.9.5l2h.]-—Who Will?” Call at “@live Bough,”| tress wi be required to take-up the

Hastings. 23.9.5l—1n,| appointment on ist January, 1952.

Alexandra School is a day Secondary

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chn F. Hutson Ltd.—Agents }
Mrs, Norman Bascom), situate in
¥ . 22.9.51-—2n |
Gall Hill, EE J srratiiciybe, St) Michael, The) POETERLIC NOTICES |
PIANO One Foster Piano in perfec! | House stands on 16,770 ae xt oO} |
5 * if land, and comprises ose allery , ‘
St. John. rae auaee to ka! We Mine drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &c Ten cents per ge we on wala
A tl Sh Victoria St downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
Auctioneers Shop, ae y3.9.81-—-1n.| room, upstairs. Garage and servant’s| minimum charge $150 on week-da
— -ollsiaatial: > rooms in yard Electricity, gas, and | and $1.80 on Sundays.
Le Loe ALES LSE mean 7 C Government Water installed,
, ae wate SEEDS—A large variety of Frest | Inspection any day, except Sunday.
} Vegetable Seeds on sale at Collin’s{ by appointment with Mrs. Maynard NOTICE \
WE ARE BUYERS Drug Store 21.9,51—n | Alider, Dial 2670. iat Wiss det, x5 sa ith
| We buy anything connected with Wain” Diet amie. eae 4 pac competition at our ofhes, James SAR oe ep ee
ni by public compe J wt Santa ha
3 s ; ; ELS—Used f ‘ » As from the 10th to 29th Septembe
| STAMPS, Sheets, Singie Stamps, ake cs. Maye a ers Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep- 4051.0 the office of” the. Parochial
Collections,’ Accumulations and mouth wash and gargle, is ar ber instant at 2 o'clock p.m, F
| Gevers, Good prices Paid at the thing for the preventative of sore | teniDer Instnn a ge BOYCE Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays
| “CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY throats, 2/9 per bottle. Obtained | acheter. | oF Nes te
| 2 , No. i Knight's Ltd 23.9. $1—1n ; : g ASER,
| 3rd floor, No. K, Swan St 15.9, 51—10n SLNeiiat Pedeieicar
. i in " . “YACHT — The well-known yacht St. John,
: 3; 3 “HI-HO"” with dingy. Can be seen at AUCTION 8.9.51—6n
{RRR ° | vacht Club. Offers to Mr. D. A, Pile $$.
at Carrington & Sealy’s Office By public competition at Waverley.) THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
DAY'S NEWS FLASH 21.9.51~2n | Gibbs’ Beach, St. Peter, on Thursday, TURAL, BANK ACT, 1948
- » 27th September, at = p.m. To the srepners Raising spwetelts Ui
, * One 13 ft. Moses ati against DO a antation, St. Pe
WATER PISTOLS FOR RENT Cae & R. Moose ix mements. eur| Sate Wotan thet te temas cote
: AT: board Motor, above Plantation am about to obtain ©
’ K HOUSES J. HOWARD, | joan of £500 under the provisions of the
JOHNSON’S Government Auctioneer District F.| above Act against the said Plantation,
STATIONERY } CHANDOS— 2nd Ave., Belleville, Fur- al ela respect of the “Agricultural year 95
abit nished. Garage. Phone 3460 or 3026 ? ‘ ye r the
wT tos || sete | UNDER THE SILVER | aericuinmat Aide Act, Iso the sh
4 UF vetiencneenncnahemiiiisaiad ts
SAUCERS CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approves HAMMER Act (ns the ease may be) in resp
and SA er tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay Si‘ On Thursday 27th, by order of Mr. V.| such year. ‘
° AT ; 2 Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Al) * SOuRhWen ial duces his Furniture Dated this 22nd ie ne eee ee 1
~ dern conveniences. Apply on premises | at “Nairn”, * 4, SEet
JOHNSON’S ae 3.8.51—t.t. whieh includes Less
HARDWARE . «| very Good Dining Table, Upright Chairs, 22.9
‘i " FURNISHED ROOM in City, (Male | Waseon, China Cabinet, Ornament aa
0 nannnhnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnensted preferred) cool, quiet with running | Tables, Mird 7 tee a oe | NOTICE
ECOSOC SOOSSSH | Water, Write “HH.” B.” C/o Advocate | TIP-Top Round. Table, peamen ra The road leading from the {
SPOOL AAP PO PISS Ys | Advertising Dept 23.9 51-an. | Doors) with Desk and Drawers (old) | THe road leading trom eat
» 4 style) all in Mahogany, Glass and soenae YB sex Ti Pla g ¢ 7
7h “a Saucers, Rugs,| corner ¢ isse ant » is
‘ ~ MAPLE VILLE, St. John, from Ist China Tea and Coffee Manos, F el to vehicular traffe until further €
=v | October, Furnished, newly renovated, — mar fog oe Patuaiven, By order
x ere ee wigs Fey ng fae - Rooks, Double Bedsteads with Simmons Commissioners of Highways and
% N & S \ ark do oa .. , . Ng ie â„¢Tand Vono Springs, Mird. Presses, Bureau
‘ OW AVE = J | Barbados. Can Buy B. Rock, Oistir }and Vanity Tables, Child's Press — all Pa
3 NEW 4 d Bedstead . Sass = 9.3.61—4nf} i, Mahoweny, | Peiited ane kee 2 5
and renewe sedsteads, and Presses, reens, s st
Q Springs, Laths, Bureaus $15 up, S| _ SEASIDE BUNGALOWS — At Gibbs| 2” z “Burner Perfection Oi! | 683999SC8S9S9999S9399969
o > ¥ Aquarums, Three
st Wardrobes, Cradles, Morris, Tub, Beach. Belair for Month of October—[ stove, Larders M,T, Washstands, Cham- g x
Rush and other Furniture, Mo;tis Wismar for month of November. Good} ber Ware, one Double Dunlopillo Bed, N + x
Spring and Springiike Cushions, sea bathing: Telephone. Apply Mrs. J and other items, FOR SALE
Tables, Sideboards, C1'na, ‘sed- Bruce Weatherhead. Telephone 3144 Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash, | x %
room and Kitchen Cabin ts, Vash- ¥ — x r .
A noi *% BRIGHTON: One 3 bedroom ¥
Gas “gases neat % ruly Setned Diet aan St Lawrence | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. 1& Bungalow All conveniences, x
Q Marble Slab Machines ¥ 14.7,.51.—t fn. Auctioneers x Serene) Ceclh | eae are %
for hand and treadie, Chain and & 23.9.51-2n. | ead ah ‘. aa oO 2 4
Jockstiten and Bootmaking SI, THE ROSARY—Cool and airy “4 + 1% sented Wrccans, at Sas %
% Wonder (Wr cartaaiaee Dial tora. LOOPVPPOS POV POO DODIGISS | SS Seaside, Als conveniences. £700 x
; 23.9.51—1n. | & % tas, a Pamily ‘Residence %&
2 PIANOS g sinensis ati E 8/3 tb) Sry Family - an
* Impressive WALTERS iron 9 SUB-LET FOR OCTOBER. x OPTICAL NOTIC | near Sea 2 bedrooms. Ring 3
imima: Piano. Resolinding tone. x BELAIR—Gibbs Beach. Fully furn- x $id ST ONTABELUE: Well-built
Sparkling keys. A pleasure and Qj ished. Refrigerator, 3 bedrooms. Phone | & ee | Bungalow — 3 bedrooms. All con- ¥&
a treasure x 4644 from 8 to 4 and 868 Oe aes mS I beg to notify my Clients and ¥ |X venier Attractively priced. %&
* Moderate size, full volume & 9.5 n1% NR) & Ring »
STORY & CLARK popular %& S_the General Public that my Office ¥ $ CHR! CHURCH Subs %
Piano. Good Wood and Better & ‘. . %, ‘ tial Residence standing or In ¥
Music-BUY NOW % hile dace amen 2 ence mansue.| x will be closed for Vacation from % x acres land Good Bus service »
. SF y 45
& % | CHIROPRACTIC & September 1th and will be re- RLY maT, GEORGE :.. Country: Ren >
° % metavd corrects diseases of ayes, % s * @ dence on 1% acres land: 3 bed- ¥
x ILSON x | ears, nose, throat, lungs, stomach % & opened om October 5th S % Troon Governn Water. Elec- ¥
x " . S| and kidneys; also headaches, knee }| & ‘ i % trie Lights—Near Bus Service. ¥
xR ~ , % | and foot troubles. Dre. Ferreira, ) WESLEY BAYLEY ° Ring 4563 s
% SPRY ST. % | “Chiroville’, Upper Bay Street, ¢| 4s woe, le CECIL JEMMOTT ~
i : % (neay Esplanade), Dial 2881. Free |< High Street. 9 | % : . oe
x DIAL 4069 & consultation Qi sy 13.9.51—4n S| % 38 BROAD STREET — Phone 4503 &
* * eis © | % .
LOLCLESOCLSLE LEPLLELES LLLPLSSTLEPODOCOOWI OOO. FOSOPPOOOOG OPO POPGPIOOD | GOW POD FOO SETIEN
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RALPH A. BEARD

F.V.A,

REAL ESTATE
AGENT

FOR SALE

Large three bedroom
st Lawrence Coast with
bathrooms, large living room,
gallery and ample kitchen quar-
ters, Private sea bathing on one
of the most delightful beaches in
Barbados,

Two storey
house in St.
bathrodms,

house on

two

three bedroom
Peter containing two
large dining room,
delightful living room and study.
This house is situated in a very
cool position and is within a few
minutes of the sea. There is a
lafge gallery which is open to all
the advantages of cool breezes.



Attractive four bedroom
in St
stairs
ceNent
nouse
ised
rooms
kitchen
detached
garage

Large
limits
fnto

house
Peter with a delightful up-
gallery that affords an ex-
view of the sea, This
has recently been modern-
and contains three bath-
and a modern = styled

Servants quarters are
and there is a two car



residence within city
that has been converted
four self-contained apart-
meénts The present owner has
recently built a separate cottage
in the grounds. This property
stands in about two acres of good
land which is planted with fruit
trées of all kinds.

Two storey house at Britton’s
Cross Roads standing in about 1%
acres of land with delightful
gardens, The house consists of
three large bedrooms, bathroom,
breakfast room, dining room and
living room, also. geod kitchen
and s?rvants quarters There is
a spot of good building land next
to the house which the present
owner has retained purposely so



that the view should not be
blocked,

Newly constructed three bed-
room bungalow’ with spacious
basement in Deacon's Road. This
nouse stands in about “4 acre of
land and is close to the sea. The

modern construction and the loca-
tion of the house offer a bargain
at £2,500,

Ultra-modern four bedroom
residence on the Maxwell Coast
containing very large living room
with terrace, two bathrooms,
breakfast room and modern
kitchen, There is a two car gar-
age and s@€parate servants’ quar-
ters with own toilet and bath. The |
properiy is enclosed by a high
wall and has a right of way to
the beach



Delightful three bedroom house
at Top Rock with two bathrooms.
large kitchen, living room and
wide gallery, Also two-car gar-






















age, modern servants quarters
and laundry. This house stands
in a very cool position and offers
a magnificent view of the sur-
rounding countryside.

BUILDING LAND

FOUR ACRES of
near the Paradise Beach Club.
This land is reasonably priced
and could either be broken up
and resold in spots or could be
used for agricultural purposes.

CHOICE
miles ot
property

of a smal)

level land

Also 64,000 LAND _ within
Bridgetown This
situated; on the brow
hill which ensures all’ the ad-
vantages of a magnificent view
and of cool breezes

FOR RENT
ROOSEVELT

ft,
two

of

on Maxwell
Coast .consisting of three bed-
rooms each with running water,
living room, bathroom, large
kitchen, servants’ quarters and
garage Fully furnished = with
refrigerator, telephone ete. Avail-
able October Ist at a reasonable
rent.

FOR SALE OR RENT



LARGE WAREHOUSE in the
heart of Bridgetown with a floor
area of 7,000 sq. ft Ideal for
storage of sugar etc

Bis further particulars apply

F.V.A.

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

Lower Bay Street
’Phone 4683.












































































double bedrooms with built-in
wardrobes, Kitchen, pantry, ser-
vant’s kitchen, bathroom with
tub and shower, solar heating
installation, garage and 2 ser-
vants rooms. The grounds of
about “% @h acre aré 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.

GALVANISED RAIN WATER FITTINGS
Try ---

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

CORNER BROAD & TUDOR STREETS



“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd.
A spacious 2-storey stone house



built to last with the type wf

( ALADIUM SHOW (Perey wong: Our Customers material rarely seen to-day. Ac-

i d F anon ee. ty teen:

alle: , 2 rece n, din room,

WHITEHALL, ST. PETER am riends 5 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry,

e storerooms, garage etc. Well -

: “Te commended at th thy reduced
in aid of St. Peter’s We will be closed for price "aac a

DAILY MEAL” Stock-taking as under: BU

ILDING LAND. St. James

Open Daily 10.30 Grocery Dept.— Coast.— An unusually attractive

p au y a.m. to Tuesday 25th Sept. plot of land approx: 1% acres

5 pan, adjoining “‘Miramar,” St. James

Wholessie Lept.—
Thuwsday 27th Sept.

S. E. COLE & CO., LTD.
27 & 28 Roebuck St.
20.9.51.—3n

Available to approved buyer.
Other building sections from a ‘%
to over 4 acres also for sale on
this coast,

“COUNTRY HOUSE”, St. John
—A pleasant 2 storey property,
stone built with shingled roof.
Completely redecorated

From Saturday, September 8th
ENTRANCE 1/-
to September 30th inclusive

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this property would be eminently
suitable for conversion into a
Guest House, Low figure required.

“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,
long gallery overlooking lawn, 3
bedrooms aid all main services.
This property offered at a most
5 ata figure to effect an early
sale,

PUDLO WATER PROOF CEMENT
FOR DAMP WALLS

lt has been Tested and Tried

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

“ BAGATELLE HOUSE”, St.
Thomas — Attractive 2 - ‘storey
country house with approx: 43
acres plus additional 3% acres If
required. There are 5 bedrooms
2 lounges, dining room, 2 enclosed
galleries, 2 bathroom: kitchen,
pantry, servants’ rooms, 2 garages
and various out buildings. This
property is well elevated and com-
mands excellent view of the St.
James coastline.

“THORPES"”, St. James This

massive property, typical of a by-

gone age, is the ideal home for

someone who wants

rooms and quiet country sur-
The St. James coast

N. HB. HOWELL
Dial 3306. LUMBER & HARDWARE Bay Street





Town is 6 miles. Offers invited

“WINDY WILLOWS”, St. James
— Delightful bungalow house with
open verandah commanding mag-
nificent view of sea and — —

and servants’
in basement. Offers considered.

Caen

RENTALS

“IN CHANCERY”, Silver Sands.



EXERCISE BOOKS 40 and 80 pages
PENCILS and PENCIL BOXES
DRAWING BOOKS and CRAYONS

“WHITERALL FLATS", Cod-
CHEAP FOUNTAIN a agen Hill, St. ane :
RULERS and ERASERS eos WILLOWS” Prospect,

GRAPH and SCIENCE BOOKS. 1 “PERASANT HALL coTTacr”,
t > _ % Dayrell's Road, St. Michael.
Large assortment of Text Books including i RAD BOU4E” St. Lawiwsce

LAYNGS ARITHMETIC BOOK, Complete
ROYAL READERS and SCHOOL PRIMERS
GROGRAPHY OF THE WEST INDIES
PITMAN’S SHORTHAND INSTRUCTORS.

DICTIONARIES
French, Latin and Spanish.

ROBERTS & CO.

| No 9 HIGH STREET—DIAL 3301

on sea.

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ESTATE—Productive Sugar Bs-
tate with good House in vicinity
of £20,000

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, F ACTORY & x Pa garden. Well recommended at
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SS SHOPPE s, x At St. Winifred’s School Pine Hill roof and pine flooring; well placed
% X on Saturday 6th. October 1951 on corner site. Pleasant lawn,
| ¥ . % from 3 pm. — 6 p.m. flower beds, kitchen garden and
x SPRY STREE x % many stalls will include large yard. Accommodation com-
% ‘S Novelties and Toys — Households prises 2 lounges, dining room,
% CAN supply Individual & —Neediework — Plants and breakfast room, large kitchen, 2 ~
$ Blouses, Shorts, Beach x Eiowers - eppoks. — Sweets - SS ie 5 erat 2 baths,
2 . " akes — rink 1 . ages and ser-
% Dresses, Play Suits for child eaaeen ei eemrases vant’s quarters, Very suitable for
® ren. conversion into flats or boarding
rs There will be the Wheel of house,
* Orders also promptly X Fortune and Lucky Dips for
s . \% Boys and Girls. “CAMBRAI”, t, St.
executed. Vis Prospect,
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Shirts supplied in 2 hours for = Se eee cated on oven % in dete of weed
individual orders 2 coast land with 160 feet of sea
Special attention to Tall and 3s Admission ; Adults —1/- frontage First class sandy beach
%& Big Men sizes 17.to 19, ris Children — 64. and good safe bathing. The house
% DIAL 4474 % s % has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
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eT In BBC Programme, known to B.B.C. listeners including | quickly restore vigour and health. take the VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS
Pica sauna dies ae see Sunday 23rd Inst. Matthew Halton, chief European | Rew scientific, discovery called Resere i AEROSOL FLY SPRAY
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oon. Pee Mr G. “Harper 4. E. Levis first introduced his talent- as it will be broadcast at the same |
) , Si spotting show to B.B.C. listeners time as ‘Caribbean Voices’ but it
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Police ist Innings Extra Lt T Glasgow i a j 0 e .
es m Lew s. 1 . os ° ; tg SCHOOI C Ssonp | Admira
B. Kine F. King 4 cae ee I : ) ti fy
Bie k € 2 for 202, I P }
_ aa cae come tee < LUXURY BUM Fancy Plastic |
I Byer b F. Kir ) 3 ANALYSIS Hutchinsc b Bower 2% | . ~ ' bs / i
a Oo. M Ww Mr W 0 = rey “wre . |
rs en wa OE 0 ee wis . SPOLLET SOAPS
B. Morris c Lewis b Ss. R ( 29 Wilkie T. Hé ll s |
..3% zi 5 71 2 Gill b Bower 8 ; ’ ht captineecsartnont ao iy | vit
F. King b Mr. S. 1 2 I « ot t 5 Oy S . : Seana —— es | |
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F Kir 13 sO Ot pi oo IMPERTAL LEATHER «+ LINDEN BLOSSOM + BLUE HYACINTH {
K 1 ¢.G. Manning .. . ota ; f
ao ; Pea ubinios —Ist Innings BOWLING ANAI a i ah A really smart
b 12. lb i, Knowle t t . x - — —__-_—____ — a —_——— 4 , e
: N. t - Fonte . : 3 r FOSS OSS 90S SONOS OSI OO FOOLS OOPS % hecome Fl Ed TEV? item for house
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" Tot wkt = 13 my ¥ x wear, in an as
skets:; 1 for 9, 2 for 17, 3 for L. Harri ols Y @O! a KE . | t yf
rete wicket b sae 9, 8 de 38, 3 se ate . © wee es oe & BE WISE —_ EC ON iW is 4 & " i sort t of
Foe a, tor is o "AVERAGE ALCOHOLIC | i Inisery ortment 0
OWLING ANALYSI K 2 1 4 . 7
Oo N R W TS Birke ‘ LONDON, Sept. 21 % USE % colours and
F. Kime 4 4 it oa MPIBE 41 and (for three wkts.) 1s The British Medical Journal ex- % x a
eri E.R, Om ' : 7 _— “ tracted from a series of recent] } > esigns.
G. Gra , 9 9 CARLTON~-Ist i f : g25 rte ° > L
Maxwel , 2 ' Hutehir es onds b B es 11 medical studies today this portrait x XR
Combermere’s 1st Innings E. W. Marshall b Be of the average alcoholic: He has a % | $1.76
L.Licorish stp ‘ M R nson ¢ Cave b Grant 0 ft smooth face, n . tt - . % When late hours, too much good
mR is 8. laces cheb Pile 6 oO 1ooth face, no hair on the ANTI x : ; j
Go ekis Lé.w. Gree 3% CB. Williams c fields b Grant 8 chest but plenty on his head—he -CORROSIVE PAINT, % eating and drinking, ruin your | to
&° Sahliseianee ae 38 Mc Kenzie b Barker 20 ks ten times less likely to be bald a , A v . an | morning with headache, fatigue |
Alleyne b Gre 0 C. White b Barker 6 ‘thah a non-drinker, He usually is [HE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL 3) 3% cnt diedaes . dade an $2.16
s ; » Bi 18K. Greenidge b Kins ‘i nin wr se pare ed — 11s aa g GOES FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST % your entire day be spoiled, find
Che m t , as and if married usually has a smal r . |
K, B. Warrer u 13 7 ae 4 . * M > uick relief w Ika - Seltzer. |
pteteeth xb ; Sten * family. He is a poor worke:. -U.P.] ¥ One Gallon will cover 800—1,000 sq. ft. 2) gta basin oe oe
FE. Adams + soe im wl CRYPTOQUOTE No. | Supplied in - - - 3 | needed — later in the day. | CAVE
Extra b. 4, Lb. 2 6 4 . os ee ae ’ a > VG U ; ' > . TRarp . — > “A
ts Fal of vite } 8 211, 3 14 48 | iz iene VG UQYBO MLB | PERMANENT GREEN o By combining several medicines
Total (ior & wk 178 Fe teat ate ae ; aia oy %) ye : :
BOWLING ANALYSIS ELZYMBOYQMN effective against these discom- }
E o'M R WwW ‘ massions unguided A] & RED, BLACK, GREY
Fall of wickets: 1 for 27. 2 for 8, 4 r = - | ast Crypt: fF r anguided e v , é »s forts, Alka-Seltzer acts two ways }
f " F re) H. Barker 2 9: @ 4 are for the most part mere y AS |
for 65, 4 for 96, 5 for 144, 6 for 151, 7 fOr i Reckle: 11 eo eS | adr x ; i , ‘ dhe ¥ .rélieving headache and neu- |
156, 8 for 160 Sean : } madness ‘Bis ; of Imperial Measure. rs ; } & cS L d
“BOWLING ANALYSIS - ¥ aon Pars es —- ee | % in Tins of Re 3 tralizing excess gastric acidity. { O.; td.
‘ 1 : / 3 Ss 8. s :
Cc. Callender eH 3 "4 ° wield il 3 12 4 wt aad : $ New Stocks Just Received % Not a laxative—you can take
E. Gree 3 it cis pitas ‘2 0 ee ao eee | y, . > Alka-Seltzer any time. b
C. Blackmar 1 4 “ . “RMPIRE—2nd Inning ‘ ’Phone 4456 332 Agents. % rs : ) 10-33 Broad St.
Bye 1 8 ©. M. Robinson not out 38 * ; rop one or t table’ g
3. Love 1 S. Rudder run out 2 $s T NES Co LTD a of 7 rs Ayaan tts
C. Aime i ! E. W. Grant _c J. Williams b Edghill 30 YESTERD . * WILKINSON & HAY ” « | glass of water. Watch it sparkle i —
A. Bler ' 0 t 0 E. Cave b Edghill 1 ° %| into a refre hing, pleasant-tast
* = * e ‘ s é eS. easant-tasting
EUR Week WANDERERS e Bate 7 eee 1 WEATHER REP’ ORT MALE OLA OCS LEO LALLA EON solution —then drink it Quick a
Pickwick ist Innings sania SSS —— SS ‘ i . 6565656565596 S66 COSSOSSOBSEY
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D. Evelyn b Corbin +... -~ Total ; From Codrington { { oe Alka Seltzer will “save the I z
Br ve eeewett c Greenidie b St. Hill 117 LODGE — 70 and 99 Rainfall: N { Pr nce asthe nated hae x
a. D. xi iney ¢ (w kpr. Knowles) SPARTAN sii _ 5 Nil \ hand — always! | Y ~ er ry ‘ S
eget BE ace SPARTAN. Ist Inning otal Rainfall for Month to | CREATE %
3. de L. Inni wk owles) — Atkins ¢ Hutchinson b Brooke 10 date: 6.82 ins. }
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» , Griffith ec Glasgow b Brookes 19 Te 7 . 2 or r
T. Hoad run out 6 Bowen c Glasgow b Mr. McComie & Remperature: 72.tia8 } ar Alka Seltzer helps i ABIT
H. Bing stpd. wk. (Knowle L. F, Harris ¢ Hutchinson b Farmer 95 Wind Velocity: 7 miles per i millions dail oO y
Gi tabeanae bie.” Costin 13S: Chase ¢ wkpr. Wilkes b Brookes 20 hour. y |
E. L. G. Hoad c wk. (Knowle Wea i. Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.932 { U monet \
ig ne — oka) 0 Total 211 | (11 p.m.) 29.926 =) ear 12. & 30 tablet }
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I'ACiK FOUR SUNDAY AD\(K ATI si Mi \ M |TI Mill It 23, 1951 If you here ean a anwii d y, m GM well, take a dash of ENO'S I %  s tree Meai Mowing., help ire ihc feeling of uiscomtO n %  OOderful ciltTvctiLp, bowfre i .it. the mouth: ffllfTIT niulaaW iw tiljul 1 i Ii' Vet, by a gentle laxative action. BNO d ngularity. MOM of US need our PniU NJJI "/"*' ihrng '" '* morning. Eno's Fruit Salt' BMI l ii M UOOMM VJ)J D BMBGULAI < I ins. • i. k Hi Mm HI mmisiiMss mi mi sMs>. in tic mi us ,i. s../,l... 'Hlfiifti no m '—'" %  /> I % %  %  III %  ALL OVLR Mil. WORLD BAKBAIJOS ItECOVRKS AFTER BAD START in mutNXl mi.i.ut %  < d start yeterdoy In the •2 K'tnr ..gainst British Guiana. After u %  tinning, the middle men rose 1 "ccasion and three hundred went up before i^k pla> jBB*"fr***" .:. mM of opeiatlona w •ay haU off L. I out Farmer, I ,:htlng 55. Your good work B| fighting flnubi and pr mJnnbk i<'iiap*e later oh. The t'. %  i.'. the yi'ni old summer i the while, and he picked his u a-hen he got the .:,tiU. plaj ; | <>f hi* late out*>w ingem. .II t.iughl hut I feel BUff 'he usual 'lung that happen.*. I used to I %  t The 0MI art high." • • I %  •] %  that. It is >' bout the BUM bill Ihc stag*.' BBBan] well scl tl truggle. Now is UM chanea r*< r promising you. %  i ura and] main their m.nk winktin big gun* axe away in Auati Go to It lads. * Wi.il OM ol the utnpucis Mi Ii.tyic 'InSurrey and England wicket keeper who in in British Guiana orr i ciyrhliM j a n aaga m onjt. Ha hopi adeket .igjinst the We*t Indiei .n the Test game In which Evans did not play. I well remember the thrill Which shut through ine when Clyde Walcott stumped hini off bin, Aoeordlai to all report* it was really a One bit or work. ttteal period ol Iha gama for England. John Arlutt tilled Mclntyrc the night watchman meaning that Mi hit\ nii.ni boon II' i T to bold) UM (on until next day, a* It was, lab. III tl.i evening, But, 'the Ham' sent down the wrong Un, and Otto %  neat bit of stumpinc : UpUflOd linger but Prank Chester also made Hire that no othn Ki.rl. b aickol would fall that evening because llllni the end ol p Than BUQ ii l to mbsutoi allowed for %  batsman to come in— I but It was tin mlnub lO time SO Prank made doubly sure and there .the maU West Indies won the Test boon IVAK 111 ( I.AKKI1 i Mt mmis I fiiim I %  | i I i %  I %  T i. ago when a Uarbados team was .< %  %  %  r itnoi Mar Han n btfttllUJ in Roe style, ami one humorous scribe released i; like this in the oolumna ol bu papai t rotor* : %  >. atatrrc "i Iho uipiool w.i has been do cl afod M txlcl I! %  n %  ii iniint for some lima 1 fj %  i Cant. George Cftalltnoff I.md on lb* right wing, and l.ieut II W line the left. fclanj caeualtfc] ro p ortod but Ii %  ovMaa to* beat ... %  %  %  .,t,%  Spartan Beat Lodge Outright T.T.C. STAKES UP What About lhi> (Aassic Races? it } in nth it; The fifth aariei of I its second dav ye&terday. Spartan da rf oatod I .od^e by scored a chanceless* centmy era. LODGE TO. 8PAB1 \N l*de .. Soarian 70 and yo (far 5 wkUi 211 SI'AHTAN roabad through their ... day. the second da day tlrst : to decisively dcfe.it them by an innings. Spartan scored 211 for the lost of live a with S3 not out. Brookes was Lodge l most successful b three wickets for SB runs during 12 overs. Fast bowlers Phillip" < was the hro bo,. After taking font first Innings, he yesterday for Id • IIU In in i Spin bowler K i wiekebi for 3S rm The only two ft any 'hnw aaainM lack in the aaaond McCnmle who kM > %  and Rutehui hand for 24. an inn::t | and T S for Hick %  %  Kmpire -if ii r bOOfUnfl ml I for 47 runs avcond innings to score 78 runs for the lost of three wickets. They now have 52 more runs to score to draw < %  Black H' A Good scorers !• N. s. Lav 50 and K %  -i form in assisting Empire to make a showing %  %  %  Partner to him %  %  wickets for 3'2 i run out. Irdaa once took $ \ —oi to wnta mo about an article I wrote some • mo si aneaaai J -takes. I believe it was some time DOmbar the xact date I .' %  -n i! A anot mori i ago. major races in !> endowed and '. regard to the classics. I remember Oeh I thought we would one i'-i me that after reading the most Incurable optimist, mat stakes in < imc, he was sure Ita hlgn-wator mark and for a reduction I believe the sum I : which I thought UV Darby would be worth to Bra On this score I expeeteU from nig w liters per (OTCO praob b i It WH liangeroiis to be This A. i 'i i Dtlloo In %  ayarbora araaaid the gn-und" i %  ..-..I. d ovei WHI mils Ilieu. HBBOBfl ALL Wat PolO | "-ho relumed y> UN HUJ .. i" rtod and an hand "Wboi n %  w ondai Kaop q fuxtl attend you. Good mornings begin with Gillette %  Sbclks of Arabj loudly pruisv Tuc IIliesl of all sh.n jn:; ways, The sharpest edge Ihc world has met ,1^ Oil the famous blade called Blue Gillette. m %  %  XsJ ^^ = ^_^ Rcenwiued tons or iho desert, like up-lo-dalc IUCU (lie world o\cr, enjoy Ihc. \ .-.lino (tan, easy, economical fh.nc. They know no blade has 60 keen an cdfc or Lil3 so lone %  Dine Cilleltc S BUdes 30)6 Blue Gillette Blades V VEAUU I.NUUIBJBS VOi r. OgDUES OKANI MB It BO IVlfuj^rr Warn-.i ili';nlShoolin^r Stores Twice : HI oropoUtlona ..i iha Small Bar, Rifle Club began at the wii Rifle Ranga dai Thoro wen23 anl Kent foil ai 1 Potnti won %  wardod for Loth Qu %  mt i.t a I0Q H H k Warrei (he Qun Scon 1 I tinmth W and third Capl S Wi-.itherhe.nl with M Again in the Handicap Score 1 n tvlti uBnn, aerond M. D Yeai wood !> and third Mi ; I %  rounds rapid at BO yard The hhghosl %  Mr. P. Chase with BS Mi M I DoVorteull HI and third II 1 E, Martin 2 Grickel Broadcast The hnll by hull iri.k.l lomnii'iilary X 16 55a 16 875 X IS Mill x || 650 x 16 750 x 16 450 X 11 500 11 550 17 600 17 1 Ml x || 400 X in 400 X IS .. TRUCKS .. > i i i a a • t — ?s u .. TRACTOR .. m \ u SHU K 19 ii?s x ro 90 3 11M > 3S MOTOR CYCLE. 123 X 19 3BW X 20 300 X 21 .. BICYCLE 2> X 11, M s II 28 x I '. 28 X Hi STANDARD MIDGE By M. Ha i, i # if i" I • 10 I .1 A Ii 5 •r s %  4 • \ t, t a K I North Opt iia One ClUO V both Utftii*in an An.." American maun IIM English South Oliver iom *itli Two Hearts ana UU opposition remuim i %  •: %  thev have a cheoirj iMcrirh • in Bpaoes The mddinB II • Fivf Id irt* The American boutn in Kooni 3 mafl' 'hinn-'ase ol dding One Heart onl. sri 1 iid to contend with wm.od iniiTli-rfnce iartie> '.Vent bid One tfnaa> Nartr !>u*scd and Ka^t Md I %  Hpadea. South made • lorrine overcall ot Ttir^ soade.i only to hear Pour snadc on his le-lt follower! be two Dassea. South then li*ll oacR on 0 tore* a resnor r from the nawlve Mortf llinnionds af PM KW1CK n, W \NPFRR I'K KWK'K ^7 U Will KIRS (for no v.hl ) A akanealaai i %  ntui Mn.li 0} P>okwkk %  iMiian T. S. iinkett and %  Innings of 77 by his t r.ne Mw a rd a, afaro the hmhl'ghta of ycsteii'.. BBM win. Plckwiek and Wanderers at the oval. There was no j. I %  %  the sodd ri I HUM I the out. %  .t:n. waa Ptefcwkk who won Ina i, %  bataad on • ckai and occupied Iha arickai for almost the < it into score 307. In Iho few minutes rornatnlnl tor i | without loss. Hukeit who went into bat at Iha fall of the Brat wicket with the score Bl 25. bastan to punch W.H..1. MI i vling from UM ','11, Og short Of a lcnuUi and %  on' ?iuball to th bom %  .,..i ..,U.i..'..,: %  Rdwarda on th< other hand who WII i ban he wn< rliOUt 40 when I hold a hard low n turn very good IrmlU i-haracterisetl with shots all around the wicket Together with Ihrkctt. he had put on 177 for the eeond wicket. His innings of 77 Inelodod live bnundarlaa whlls Btrfcatt who scored 117, got DO laM than 1 ; Isnundartoi InsdisdJng ra With the dtanuaaal of these ,t''n i .i mi % %  fall rapidly and apart firm % valuablu four boundailai by skipper Hruci i' log 4 fi'.irs and % %  MX by t\llan %  iio i %  Q .l numlx-r U and a uwful J-t hy Clayton tsreenidge. no o'her hit-'tcni reached double ligures. Howling for Wander Pence not the II ing three for 72. In I while St. Hill who had *T overs five of which won maidens got Z fur 1% i Corbln and L. Oroi r Bot 2 for 40 and 4i raapeeUvolj PHI II I vs. ( (IMHI KMI Kl. I'M H I if* i OMBJ I:MI i:i (far I wkks). 17s %  who In 110 r their wickets i 138 n>%  O. Wllkir i HH O. Fi %  : I %  %  %  gave wicketko pi i Alii %  i I %  Mr s. i •Ok the other ( I %  %  %  p %  %  %  '. I iW^OUhBI ago nJoniung me tlia: Useonung T.TX road bU letter he W..::e *- ( V", 1 '"">' • ratal when one la %  %  ixmdence wluth %  nij to be eanectod from i muat pUmiatt %  . 10 U.W.I. inuevxi II —I a lot of bOI uiai,u. on*i,, lor claai A than k] tbjg Qoaoxtior'a cuo *"d. nrth S4.H75 (illJOlai e-ca. Tu •yenta wUi go S3.O00 ^li, while aecund prim I IGb. Aa it is expectca Uiat the • llgure It Old 1-al June. ,r no: that p-uit n.oiiey will bung an addi1 l.C. Handicap, it...u> Hendtcap all earn j s^ | ira ...i.for years the nrst p up ojdy. while all other A class rates in Port-of%  i %  •ndeven is horses wii ai mg, isuoughout the onUra pruCrvolei, in Clas* B will vorth 1,000 to tho wmncr. Twu-yeor-olds i^s of all: only •La pragranMno I for stakes and preiniunis now sunds %  lio* 54 An Increena over progrmmn a of about $32,000 A von big %  %  ii wluch the T.T.C. mu.-t ba hoaitlb -oTimid two races on this mammoth piwma, as our Hollywood writers would "*"* %  "~ irrTTiaaaa at all And what rbi Derby aiu the U ^,V aaaoo:—too English language. = w?n> led mouths and ( %  i .-i SIT RMHRE w CARLTON Km pi re 17 and (far 3 wtda.) 73 rarlUNi "77 EMPIHi: hi to itavo off i ompli %  • bonds of Carlton m U Division Crb Hall yesterday, but Carlton arlU V M l'( ., IIAKR ((Mil (.1 1 "'< 6 0 and 76 Ifarraian toiiegr 37 and ifur c kU a i I IOM COLLEOB, in ihclr match in V.M.P.C .it thi m iii U rum f„i '.Ji have %  %  %  %  %  1 rlarrlaon Coii bovs. In %  %  scored off Mm about to • 'v. II • %  ill stump* I'C. made eplled with %  %  rtfdga k n o ck ed up out. %  %  %  %  IB Mi S Hcadlev I 1 ami \t. Worn %  two for 1 17. The end of interesting. of> Beam on Vtxr 14 : a0 %  bavo, as they %  .1 did on n„ !UwoiiimnodtothisT.T.C.pr"w coming out 1 believe. judgment to expect that ny imported horses which are the classnier* would make us %  Who go absolutely crazy about an that',-olonv Olonaaclo, r,„n ,>.an,may r J i J£i %  • %  ...im a an> momen? %  %  11 M bum mi, ki .-• OU iK.ommod.7e rishV n !" taaaa LANE'S HIU-KDING ... I"" ilowodhira lelU-rtrom : C *' HM nm ( island („ „„.. n onlh, M, I'uKlioJ Mh mc : Ml II Uwinm. In' Ihai 3 lachM and „, SIS %  Mr he hM ,'. Het thai she wu bv an 'leaner. This how. throwing two half-broai wb I this uu % %  nil Uliiry l.ua I,. „„. BOO<| work Will Our Customers Please Note We will be closed for VMKK-I \KI\t. from Tuesday 25th Sept. to Thursday 27th. Opening Friday 28th Sept ECKSTEIN Bros. Boy Street Distributor! — Dial 4269 LOUIS L. BAYLEY BOLTON LANE BRINGS QUICK RELIEF FROM £ STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION M roa Mi AR 1 ''• m W H powui R • you really q %  %  l : -nn. 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I'U.I I Hill 8UNUAY ADVOCATE -I NDAY, slPTKMBF.lt 2:1. 11 ANOTHER RECORD BROKEN U.B.C. RAOIO I'ROGRAMMK ,*,-,-.*,*.'.'--. ,;', '-".*.*.','.*.'.-.'--. --,"-'---•,-.',•.-%  the l.i< thai nothing is rertiitn fxcpl %  ihe position of bring able to lake :he moil unex%  %  %  %  i iarted lo mRr ;i %  %  .-• %  • „\,. m '! % %  thenyiaritert 1i began lo .ed planter Hut nol being ih.> sort of bloke who chuck* up the 'pong* aagU went on Trying until I m at last convinced lhal the raising ot Bower* WM mii.h to finicky a )ob fa I decided to completely reorganise the wholegar dan set-up and .id opt m of dccantrali* satioii which h;is mi %  Ihta b) promolini entire Charge of All the bed;.. wMla I took on the Making the lawn into rm own hand-; V.1 own i (Man I took ovi supervision •>( the matting of the lawn, -.hu* relieving th.garden boy of any responsibility except thai of doing exactly what I told him to do In short, I was to do the brain work by producing u mental blue print of .i kraal stretch of grass ns smooth as green velvet, and than M back while thr carden boy transform ed thin blue print into n horticultural raaUtj My first set-back cm %  discovered that merely mving instructions to fardoa leaving them to carrj In n only resulted in their going to ^leep under the notl I mam your back is turned. Tbt next discovery I made wa, tliat if you stand over them tta*y don't go to sleep then I go Into reverse gear nnd The apt to try and do the ofrp srWt they Imve been told I or go Into a sort of ncutrv full nl an activity that produces result. At flrM I put MM loch ot Into! many wpjsry exp.iithe ... % % %  • which garden hoys wel< ome lengthy and oft-rvpealiid I them to uu. I u-iuiii thai Inla ippartnl lack of lU I i tho high water mark I telligeuce quick lo m any gard* Ifai log from ergnpnabia can pet ai much real from em urn .IL I-. ghra length) In li IM lloi he %  an get by goli the boil l ban I %  .. the woik-aml-sln-p. and the gauidVovor-and'ingti ur| i >• % %  %  .. were axaitiy Uu By C G. i hlithenng. hard-hi i-o voung fool.* 1 he looks up systems wag that the woik-and pleasant and friendly smile of iv me enough agreement and says. "Ye*. Bit aarxBuaaa n. u get my I When I tell him. %  m Y ou want laft *-> wt Look, Joe. dam ^.o-jd —,. i.n *,-!, m, what you want is a oam 1.0**1 p n %  Joe. 1 !fc\_ .' to hold a uni. %  with myself, the result of *•"•<-.dam good licking,' IM I a as if nothing 01 i urn | %  %  C10M1 II IS am. %  T Bducat ll.e N*|, U 10 %  i.. Nr A -alvm ta-•* a— is Ja at 4 e* p m. The He,,, 4 :<• p m Into*. li.de. A 1* pat afua-c MngaHne. 4 m Sunday Hall hour. I • p n teas. Bl the Un-a. 1 l> P m. 1-udenerBChoirs, s 00 p m Wi)'1itiA B*nvo. Cariot lv,a and nl DBBTBIVo •" P-r-.a. „ime parade *HUM .• %  ss as M 11 si M \. knowledge defeat and suspicion thai if I *• %  up trying to make a enough to try nd /V^i c,, ,( only result In hla depoalng m< (2) Sack'Joe and get another from my poaition of lawn super ., bov. v.sor and going to my wife for <3> Ask The House of Assemorders before retiring under the hly to mitionnliMthe whole houae lo get a hitle sleep. ir and Thus put the ; .1 pm' Ctilaalaa TdinUia Ta. ••• %  a %  gaM N—MI. I IS P - n-lla> | m Intrrliidt. I U II... KillUiriL'. W 0* pjn. 1h I ill mate Mounfetoi. !*<"> P*Tha ft i. io ,, in InMrluda, 10 IS p m i< v p in [ondon Korum CBI riOGRAMhl ai'NDAT -I'IIXHI" 'i lasi %  USlOab p m NtWt MSO--I0.M pm IT'* ON TUt MA1WRUI. II Mr WRL'W II :\ M. WBL'X h.__l... on Ihe OOV, „ a l,lr. And.,., only 0M ment I) Lai •'<"i""' U> tl* 1MB BBBti -nd down To Bui aftai POCKE2 CARTOON bi l>MHIt I i.\*. \M I R .nable. And not anil but Nationalisation would bosjBaJ Ml UHMl b0 the creation of %  MmiMiv of Uwn Making, and 1 ccmld then apply for the job of being Head of its Blue Print Department I had visions of study leave to Kew Gardens and being eventually chosen as the Am delegate from Barbados to -onferenee* of the World's Fedi rated HortlculturalUU. But hen I compared 'he time taken l v the Government to decide on the Deep Water Harbour, with my expectation of life. I had to give up the idea as being a brilliant theory that could not be worked out in practice. The only thing left was to allow Joe to revert to the sleepnnd-work system. That was three months ago. and %  is that our lawn ha', broken all revlous lawn-making records, it has less grass and more weeds than anv lawn in Barbados. Moreover, it has monthan Justified my purchase of the ex • (tensive lawn mower. It also enable* me to have pleasant unending conversations oatl 'ho f.-nce with my next-door neighbour, in which we discuss the relative merits of grass -, %  % % %  weed (owns. I have even ovarCome the difficulty of making the gain enough time for mt| awn n the original menial blue 10 be ;ible to do my own p,-\ nX by simply altering ihe blue jobs eliewhere. pr i nt *, nt ihe lawn. %  fal I hail to discord N. 1 M\ .M1.-I.II .lone so well while baaauaa mj iamt *oog neiuhi-air |„ ^ nr gr. of the lam and I'd bih;i. i .r dopaitinant that I ana ng lo HM him kill himii-mking of DftMBOUDg BM to self thai he wa*. a battOI I .,,,.,. ,,| (he upl maker than I Ml AM i„. i a wn in addition to rwr Btam %  I '" ' i" l tuduties. She deceives it. Hut I'm r keeping uftleial rvrogniUon of hei i.-vatiun to ttfli Importi attlca it M up i" m. lo ImtUy, tion us a pleasant aurp tVi. :; wai quite Impossible i ,,,., i >ir thday nexi week. You ''ke know wfaat women are. Even tbt lha on of bo %  •: %  (> , oi irtaai d.si.ke our nagieetH .11. BVan quanai. n| t„ remember these dates HIIMIU tt.r-tiMiir.lt !•. IMI II U a rr. iToaiammt PM m LHtanan ("d'Hi*. HM %  I Com iiMHh Cinnnwl.lv 12 W InMnl Nr*. 11 I. u m N.*. Analj.au %  >— *A pm IB n M 1 I H i !„.%  -Of roane a inde fcl ot loreiira apaw tcmblg unntrtlanl. but V" iralitr. Sir HVIIL (f| f can't poufofy send anuon Wdihtnvvm awlo Trtevitlon Irttf ledpi 4 IS p n. Ru|t>> Laaaua r-rtfcall t so p m from tha PnananaBa C oia w e a i, INpn Compoaa% %  < Om w*h. S IS 0 *n TtM> S.lorytelUi. 1 JO p m Tacp Jonea Tno. s *i p r., Douslai Oamkr* < Ot p it MonlPiaMr. raar.. IS p rtom tha Thwo *ioflian.Ria. SM iI. t-rl u* Ittpm Pmsranunr Psr-i. *sS p m Toaaa Sport. ....... I-. p.aa aasuv M IMpn Tha Nawa. T lo p m Mr — il p art. Fluat of Taa nyi., >qna ir. i nmn.oi.waalth Commrniar v. I %  > p m iafeM Hrilwi. I U p m. Inui l.ida. S SS p in rrom lha Editor la u B SO p m S> Zealand DnnwnMm Dn>. !• 0D p m The Naw.. 10 ID p m |.iirrliirf*. 10 15 p m John Built Bai>d. in *\ p ir. S*la.-r Revlaw %  si. rauoaAMMi. MOMIAV • iriFHMi: %  < 1*11 M.aV-IOJn pir NFIWS |l aaw-lOtt pm i A:.AIU\ CHPKm Q 4 -"^^ %  %  FOURTH ingredient 1 The Quinine I Sj has bean soamAcally blended with three well-proven •ned-cnet (PKaaacetM. Caflame and Ac(ylncylic Acidt, so that the four medrcleaK together act nmprjisttaUf That is why 'AnlCln asajg a sj pain fast, and restores your sens* of well-being, [.a^? rtwetceeiMKi by Doctors! Over 12.000 doctors and denmts i n Great Britain alone use il in iheir surgertes' Fevers. cotes, headaches, toothache, rheumatism, neuralgia — this wond*rfui new specifk brings you amairagty quick relief from all of them 1 (TltAClai7 cawi ,,,le Vo an buy it m i two-tablet 12 5/eaeeaopeenough to bring quick relief bout of pain. Or in i handy 30-tablet bo. Or ." a SO-tablct bottle ifor home use) ARM rOURSBLF AGAINST HIH BET UNACW TODttl Joe 11. Glands Restored to Youthful Vigour In 24 Hours C*. Scientist Explains How New Discovery Makes Men Feel Years Younger M jrt<% ..i %  saB rs t a es. aitai i..n( itudv end KMnt.nl tlanrli II* inintii IbWi aaoMl tl^ diarorfrr ol ii.ii doctor u il farl U al ha hai parltd a CombUiallon o! Inrbi and IIH'OIim*a into ikmplr and raay-lo-lair lahl-t -t nill (otm Thin diatovai,, .allnl VIlees. %  lailal'ia and *aay la laka. let IS -JII aitn aniannf apaed in a>link dipon II.elandblood, and bodT • boon TI.IS irrai .1 I llHliaBTil and im In uard ai-T %  %  • to bun* i.r >ouUi. BVltsiiv, .-) in* real plraauraa ul lilr Don't ta a Waok Mon No lonf.i torioa to set. f.r Iroitflotif %  % %  %  • maojarr BJJ Ludv urn. fin. drprraaioii. and poor ua you Bn*rel tak Ihla aee Uralfofiil diarovrr^d by an ainiiirnt JIIK.Iria.ii In a f' "ll )"J s" 11 n a ,n * >' our %lfaur U rvBtonrd Nu ah..li i. in.ir olood and iitfilu ViiialF Bin. I Da a aaak ai.d UcUi K< |OT" and l'u.n UM .:.J Doctor Proises Vt-Tobs world Pot inatania, Dr Jaman Hi alaTIi-kTioaii a. Ifnllal and pi,-. rrt.1,1) Haled Wlun Hand po> diBiinSBhei II 1. as* oowrvalion thai 1 Ion* of Ihrrntlr* body dulinai Ti. aM oir iBHTBra and BSVB T SJ aad m-liiv i l-aarrd. anil U-ta m aMikad alo.i down in all SM b-e ater*BMa ... opinion thai it* tru* Brotat o( youi'ii-l viioui and (Ualliy lie* tn she |land. SSaaad on my jrata o! ea(-rlenr-. tluc*. an prarslM, il la mr opinion lhal n.e* istaibcal toraiala knoB i aVi-Telaa r.pi-•rasa II,. mo.l aioderii atMl acianllAc nal lin.inH-111 ot aim iilatinf and I ounttmi II* alanda and thua lends I ator* soullil.l iiguur and vitality i Fael Rasults in 1 Day BWeuB* Vl-Tabt ar aelanlillcalH pounded u MS fl.revi. i tiir a lie I'd Ih-ic rrtult;. Iiave been BI %  Results Guaranteed lanianlat II Bm.it luade reu eeui Miui.aet, 'all ot ana'ty anel | — '~ „I.I. :.. Urj UM pueeurvt ol M %  il %  i -..'.. IBM aefa \^^ or you aunsli return <0e #a—•and the lull pi' l.a pn ln'l auB-i snotli-t da) trom tbal %  V, T.L. IceHaai pa Vi-Tabs a Guaranteed M*1\ vi£iiir



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BUMDA1 M.PTKMBKR 1951 Sl'M) \V ADYOC Ml I'M.I TMRTKEN CHURCH ariJiihMn SERVICES Unknown Singer Froni Jamaica Men Made Younger By Treating Gland i i DAiKrmi %  i Ml IHMIH-I ;*<:::. =;: In BBC Programme. Sunday -."'I In-' n moviDi ir 7 p m Mr %  i. • .i IlTCTT Black i*>aii Heal %  %  .%  Bj r known to B.B C listener* U Mat thane Halton. chief Fui.**r toiTrspwidrti-. .r the CBC. Tyrant OuthrW, Richard Dlmblob* I %  V..ughati Thomas. This Prelude lo Cinada* will nut !* %  nn Hdirect !H II be broaden- .1 a* lk Pruala.e t I M glarei IB — in I — r-AYNTS A.Y B tU\ cu.+vm. f a, m M> F MOOT* -1ITTTMA1X as* Mr J A Oiffth in TirsiiA E E New GRACE Htli. II a an I Xe. l-i—rfcri Mr O H A I TlaMnaW Levu rflum to ihe BBC'* General Overseas Service mat n [ vis and his Discoveries." Lrvi.o llrBt Introduced his talei.:spotling show to B.BC. listener* time as 'Caribbean Voice*' but il in 1938 and in the la>t twelve can be heard on the beam* to months he has auditioned wmt North or South America In the SI 10.000 people over the length and or *• metre band' It begin* ai hreaehh of Britain for hi* pro' ,8 P-r grarnrne which presents unknown artist* So much interest occasioned by his show that on on* occasion he was kidnapped and drifted Into a taxi, once under **av his kidnappers burst Into duet, revealing themselves potential starlets in search of an audition. Speaking of his new series he says 'Watch the first programme for 'lauefcte' Robinson, a Marital coloured boy from Kingston. JuNe*. ma Ira He h;.an cxtraordliaiiry m Hev. a,,,,, Mftg,* H 1S trm tirsl s>,..v. r>s *' vvhich you will hear at MS pc'n. ipm on Sunday. 23rd. inst in whirl" l.iickie" Robinson takes part. He ill be heard along with five t reir >aTaraT. .. jr float atOland Mb* fh leal lWN eaia %  >!• %  " %  V. .1-1 Baeaae f-a- > M > raaaW 553? '.HI MgMORtAI .. M.t >ua> 1 p in Mr C Si . Hot PTOWN %  St Mia Ue*. • 1 p M. D *r-tt SAVK KALI, a a IWv J S Bout' 7 p m Mr J T Osier RprinirrsToiaif n .1 m Mi Mejtviik f a a* Slav J s Roulton art-All II 1* Hi B Bainett Ornvn ti MONTiiovgitr T a n atoning s irr Mi A Itillllpa SHOT IIIIX g*e*apS N.rwe. Ptee, I. .-. r r. HIMHI Dl'NSCUMgg M 1 VaSe, Prearhar Mr. A Alle* 1 >n. Service Frsarhri Cuiaappei < OIJ VMOBU lu< k sJatJ 1 S.-huol. 1 li t I .nn t> The Annual Mliakinai> Me place Mi Mth. m.t >•>.! U> aill ,. i t Hei E A ( HUl-ll \\ -I II S n>.a..l 11.. owe** v.irulu" II %  in i.nl : i> 111 SUNDAY SEITIMIUI Sab)"l al !'•<•• SerNtan MATTtB Caldan lesl T-aakn. TIN My tat and mi hearl raiMlh. but nod la in* %  U aVaVt, "rnl m> P"rtl04i Caribbean Voice. For thoae who prefer to tun* m the direct beams instead o :.> the above Tarlbbegn Voice* next Sunday will pre*rnt tvt. short stones, the first by Bar at nabas' of Trinidad and the w ond by A. N. rorde of Orenadr i(M well known H lo this prorramme It I usual at 7.15 p.m. Auualt On FvrrrM It appears that all our refer encea this week are to pro grammes on Sunday: deaplt that her.; tf Th< feature progrnmme OTI that da\ hrr 23rd. inst is The UltimaU .Mount-in' (rlluijf of the 1924 Evprest ex|editiun in *lucl, rh "fy| Vbll T C-n.dj£SS~*i lS • %  — -The Hoyal Tour ol Canada beOI( ^ ll-nj(UVP ..porb ,nd ftoygj Highnesses the PrtMa. „,,„„,. ,„ Vu bwneg-1 the proMr D Eli/i>eth and the Uukt of Edin. du( Pr .mroducw* a twelve veai burgfi depart from Liverpool in old bov. ih.grandson of Mallory, *MI soi thp Em P r cxpecUKl ti arrive in Quebec on haps a future chuibei. who asks m Evaniho 2nd. Oetubci Two B.B.C 'Di \ou think the> made It** •tisitt commentators. John Snngge and Brondcais starts al 8.00 pm. .: • Kobcrtson. will ncconipanx >i in the Royal Party to ntporl >n the Jour. A iep.M! 1 an %  ,_,*--. Ixgiven n Tuesd-.y. 25th Inst v. "*• %  %  %  %  • %  "* • P.OO p.m. and tin pfOfte ga "f .* will be given In 'ruiup N .Hi the aii dally Hi 81" p.m. and in special broadcasts from Canadn. A weekly rnund-up will also be given for overseas listeners on Tuesdays ut IAS p.m. just befnre 'Radio Ne\v.sreel' | n addition new Sunday. 23rd. inst. there will be a programme on Cmada ml tiled //•"• 0k IVini an Her lh long draw •' boils, ulitn and eruptlonav u.u.U. rrTcactiption quickly brings rcUaf by C ncirjiiii£ deep below ihe skin to I di. poiaofMus if'imi and brings l.t.liiiK run in tlic iii.-o rxniiiril sf>s. GET A BOTTLE TODAY. Obtainable from ll Chemists. Sjpeak.,.,.!. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING D Prescription THE WORLD'S FINEST ORCHESTRAS PLAY FOR YOU! Mil SALVATION aVgatg rRIDClFTTOWH fENTflAL II •HillneH Mretlita Mast^K 1 p m Salvation MeeUrS l-reaeher Malnr Smllh KgUJNOTON sTMrrT — II ass. Mnliueaa Meeting 3 p iv. Compan* l-i PraaclMi ar. Mai* Orb*. CARl.TON Ham Hollnraa MeetUn • p m rnttapani Meeims T p m S.hi,. Meet .ns PreaKhei CopWin Bf-irne UlliKti! HAIXII • %  a t c ls ssn Meet 1'i 3pm Compan' atatl ( I p in. Saitfattoii Meeiinl l*reatnei UauMfasnl sj-rir,HTS10WX II a m Hollneti aBHtlni 1 i". i'. %  ".par.He*"* I piri SslvatMn Meeims preaclw Sr L'-pIam Blahop *TA virw ii .. Bpliaiai M*i.n 1pm t'ompaii) M eeting T p m IMIH MllUta| r^raehen t.ieulenant HaMk DIAMOND CORNEtt II an llDlineat MM ting > P m Company Meeling Prelude to Canada' telling of the •wT # £3'"i_9S great Dominion. Taking part in ll this broadcast will be many well I p igabatai %  tti N M I'll. M ..... t. MATTHIWH oaiHonox tnt'tua nriOHT.)*.' ftnAD Pateaaal IrMiial I a in Solemn High Maaa Celebranl n.rtai 1 y in nible Clua. an4 gunday School V m Veapeia. JProceallon 1'rea.ner He' J Buifcei i' >l i i S> James Nation. Fsriiaons and Sei %  lev J M.t Il-TSMIM i til I. II HI I,OH • irrtMBi* nai> ia.M HIVFH ROAD II %  in Service. • p m %  uaaUv Benool. 1 p in gervlM L R arvaianera. Minister In charge rrKSTFP* II a M Sarvteo. 4 p n> s ..,.lav Skhool. T IS i. m Service. R II U'.lhear Mlniatee in Charge BANK HALL II am Service' r>ra*.ier Deacnn A Lr*ll, 4 pm Rimgav raehonl 11* p m Service Preacher Deacon V AII*y,,r COX ROAD II am Service Pieach-r C Tavlar 4pm Sunda> SehtxM. 7 l p n. Ser-.cr r W Weahea Mlnlater in charge riT7. VSi^Gf ll a m Serv.ee Praacher Elder E Chandlei pm Hunday School. 7 I. p m Service C A N.irae MlrUatar in eharg* BOAPDCD HA1J, 11 am SWiv.e Praaehai Rav E W Waaaaa. 7 l:. p in Srrv.ee Paaloi la charga IIUWMANSTANII .. ni Sen,,. %  vary Plctur* Calls a Storyr Do BOIASV, rsssscs-ta, satatjiai *nnr aftpv p* I Meeting of Jouiuil Will take place at Scout Headquarter. 00 Monday, 29ah October at I pm. Sir AJfr.Nl Savage KCM.fi Local Chief Scout, will preside. R>iatratioii Day Time is running out arwj,1ierc i'. another letninder about the icturn of your Census Forms etc Saturday. October 6th. is your deadline, but, do not wait until ihan. COMPLETE THfiM NOW AND SEND THEM IN. OCTOBER 6TH IS REGISTRATION DAY FOR ALL SCOUTS IN BARBADOS. Headquarters' Dutic*. A number of Srouters of St Michael met at HO. on frlday night and worked out a Dui> Rota for H.Q, for the muiilh ol < October. We are grateful those who turned up and volunteered for duty. Those who wen unable to come out would iik< 1<. help in the scheme may contact the Honorary Secretary Thanks lo Scout MessengerA word of thanks to tlose Stouts who during the past week have helped to collect parcels for Die JamultH Hurricane RatM We are sorry that owing to the re-openlng of School It was not possible to run an all-day Messenger Service fraa Headquarters. But the BoOUt %  n Milling to OOUaCt parcels after School on afternoons and ..nyone requiring assistance may telephone any of the Scoutmasters personally or the Honorary Seclela ry LASHLLYS LID PlaVt* William IKnr> StltC. LsBaa^aara\i HAKH\IX)s TTISOFTT.N SURPRISING how quickly backache, tiJf. aching muaclea or loiaii. lumbago, rheumatic pains and common urinary trouble, due to Impurities in the blood can oeervereome. Strong, active kidneys talcguard your health by itraining impuritiev md harmful wattes out of the •yttem. When % jdney action b inadequate and fail* to filter the blood properly. Atk your Dealer ft and diaiotul n are lbs lueOt iriuits D-ian's Hackachc Kidney PUla bring happy rebel by helping to Ueaoae the kidney niters and so itimulatiDg tbetr acooo. You can rely upon this well known diuretic and urinary antiseptic. Many thousand* of grateful men and women hare i.-sniieJ to the good health they hare regained by taking DoasVl Pill*. aBass#BacA4ciui ro*ino PilU^# iff */AQUA PURA! NKW >vrn.i. enahtaa fiaCSSBsMWal I" maintain a fraah and cin(jnt auppt> II.si.II.,I Mal.-r IIIIHVItl soi tivms Gifts. Curios. Jewels Antiques. Ivory, Silks Etc.. Etc.. Etc. IIIVMS Tr. Wat. Hry. L :: DUI MM nill ITtli TINE IS EXOTK EVERY NOTE REMINISCENT The slow tuneThe Rhumbas The Calyp-oes In %  Medley and Atmosphere cnrnparnl'l.. but at The ('LAMMklRS BAIL Saturday Srplembrr '.'H at QUEEN'S PARK Dancing from 9 p.m .-e-eWeWe'-r W.V-V.V/ ••H'if#;A V#, TMiK BEST WELL M0O" "PETER PAI\" SCOTCH OATS COOKED IN THREE TO FIVE MINUTES CHJLDKE\ LOVE PETER PAN PORRIDGE— i oaos KOM Ttto t THE BEST THAT MONET CAN BUT ONLY 47c. TIN of 20 ozs. Net : : :* ASK YOUR GROCER OR HOI;.HI THOM LTD. >Agenl* | *; I liilM|irliliii|| Mi:-l I'M/i SHOMI I'KI/.E i int. II t i.t/i in 2$ words %  finish this sent' I prata Ainmidcnt HMHlll'\vI| S50.0U \ 11 0 a :i.u v with X AMMIIM NT B iooihp.iie i>ox to K. 1< N 1 intfl .V < ii.. Ltd. v You t %  -f ehti i | Li ich t itry t be accompn s. AMMIDENT toothpaste box. X Entries will be judged on O their ability to describe IIM 1 axoallanl nuallties of AM^ MIIIIM Toothpaste. The O three winning entries and N the names of winners will 0 be published in the local \ newspapers. Competition A ends Deeemlier. 151. ^ (P&tfcct'' CALLS FOR A GOOD ROOF WE OFFER: CORRUGATED IVSBtl'l SHFETS 5'. V. V I0* X 2' B" RUBBEROID ROOriNG 30' X 3' CORRUQATEDGALVANIZED SHEETS •, T. 8'. V. \W x 2' •nil a plll olTrr of Corrugated QllvalUKd Snwl 6' x 3' f nnly W20 per ihfvl BUY BEFORE THE RAINS COME PLANTATIONS LTD. ROSES ///// %  ////< % %  < for lotuf ana snort drinks In tH.it VMaaaaf in a M.U Suul' III* I c % %  IRUt c> ct '• i.iw < • > Br.r. r. \.\IIKMAN^ l-ls^. CITK1TI I'M 1 : irECIAI LWM.RV SI VKi II s.| Ml. rHF.RMO* I. t MKH. \ M.I I Mil I .".I I I .ml n *1 :.^ isaoaoii nA Bpaa* 1' A. CLARKE—Goaatiopolaaal Pliarmai y I'UIM i w.„ HI mi nsi 11 BIG K\OCk-OUT NEWS!! \ > STARTING . i.Mii.MmiiNMM.ini r ; ; leyFRIDAY h."2fli Wilte Direct ot Airmail lor Fatherly Advice Free THE STEPPING STONES TO SUCCESS Don't heilrate about your future Go forward, confident that The Bennett College will tee you through to a sound position In any career you choose. Tha Bennett Collage mechodi are wiJ .d...J fherei a fnerieMy. personal touch that encourages quick progresi and aket Tor early efficiency. • CHOOSE YOUR CAREER • II (.-•W.W lalrxu Oeavshiiauaaa-a. B tr',.r*^*la—a G . i -, Baa. QaiaaaMr twreri-a | Ml -W...I.|.ia.N ..... _W— •— IMMM. -Direct Man' lo DEPT. I SB THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD. SHEmtCD. ENGLAND THE BIGGEST KNOCK-OUT SALE ; The Price* ol every ilem in our shelvea are lo be clean knocked out. Those prlres will remain In your memory lor a very lonq tune lo come. N.B With Purchase ol S5.00 and over, you will be given an envelope which bear-, the name of Ihe GIFT worth perhaps £25.00 you are entitled to 9MVB YMH sS& van THIS .',-,-^,*,-*'a*e-e*e% F ROM the other vide of the srorld. the saastc of a great nrch'Stra fosn upward* — atio jour living -room. l : ot there i* alway* BIUBK in the air. ready fee s Mullard World Bsr>'>' r - %  it* amaziruj accuracy of tuning and reproduitKsi — to bring it %  >• vibrant, glowing hie I-rom l alcuita and Sydney, from Limdon und Pant, from Ne* Year* sod Phuadelphia. ihe-oriJv nneti orchettra* an waiting to play for you on Mullard Kadio Mullard RAD IO— Naflfi o plmturl A new rapfa of World E-ptortii || T1IWI IIIIOS. Pr. Wm. Homy 6Swan Strsehi. Dial 3466 Itlce Krtspie*—Tin tteurn-Vlta rears I'eachea I'lnrapple trull .salad I..-I..II.M(iluiw turn Hakes WrUblv M i. ii..in J.irm and Mirin.il.idr BoU. i. Tina IVmul unit, i I:..I. (herrte-. Hnllirooko Same-Hollies n..li.i..ks Haure ll..,...I. Mailed Milk „ Vlr.il Mayonalae Kovrll Sjinhii.li I'asle II nn i( uokedl Mr,.I Italia Minion A Pesa .. I .il ll N ARROW It I M 1'iiit.iw A .. iat. J *i.ws WMJUMl S i .Ainnidrnl luolhpastr I Rurbu.k Slrerl in \i ayti A ajtl Ccnu In.liKlinp; I nrinRs. Uroo lies. Nerklnt'CN and Hendnnt*. your jewellers Y. De LIMA & CO. LTD. Ijroatl St reel BLEMISHED SKIN Thai oxiniiv what N o X / I M A one who iffei Irom aMa Uamtahai roai lin ii, artaaav NOXZBSM iil Ma al nrtai skin Craae m fta l.illl.lllnv Jur II All lou :A *VOO## JOB — III Ol III! S GOOII %  O O L § We t.m supiilt Von VM|II the folliiwing: (land SUMS |H"—3B" BarkSuws 12" •% H" I on,p..Saws 12' & 11" Firmer Chisels 'i" in I" Socket Firmer Chisels %  a" t Screw Cramps 3"—10" Braces. Manil. Ctirsi V Ralthet Planes Oil Stones Miiniinerc Rules iBoxumifh (( law eV Kngineer Screw Drivers all si/es I f.imleis all sires Bench Vires all sites ll..mi Drills •sijunres Plane IrWU Spoke Sha\i*s And maiiv nlhers UH niinienins in be iiiciilnincd Pay us a Visit Before Mukini: Vmir Seletti.ni Flsewhere BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD. | (Till. HOI si roaBABOAINSI 16 la au Swan Str*n Phol, %  210B. 41UI1 lad 353. C '.v.::'.-s.:::::-.::::::::::; I. rtr-TlUnf Awly MIX/KMA ..II OVM v.i.n I.,,,. With .. I "••.". ""..h "'"' N ox aaaa" %  IU*I * jnau would will. M*U. Mala how really Ar. I drytaf face. .11 a protective: Sim "( Kreaaeless Noxiema. J. I'.vrninii : — A Waatl wnh m Huzama". Wash away iho day'i AecumuaSba ol dm and fritna Now maaaafi dallity, paaaalaai Noxxama into •• i .•. i .. %  Uamlataaa to bail there Mo llaa% for One er gaStBaa • % %  • '•Sole llllill--ti-"" itS. "NOXZEMA" The Medioaled Skin Crrain In the Little Blue Jur Obtainable at:BOORIB'S (B'BM) DRUG STORES LTD. 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rWBLVl -I \I>VY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1*51 CLASSIFIED ADS. PERSONAL B*. a* -mmw m TRIM.) \I> S*T aw— BAt (.11-1 In.7i. J'OM of Sp-ii Tin %  :., < ease* a* IM Town \>\OI \4 | HIMS \V\MII> GOVERNMENT NOTICE HELP i section do ahlrt. slack* 1". disposal "' %  v.c MI .! %  %  aa an ..i. „ %  .. fek* !• %  t MUM l [HISCELLANF.OI ^ > %  t SI r DTNTl'ltfS Can't gat. ni ..,..,., W-ll ,M M a— aain >ii repaired wif ., hreo Wl,..r so ie On). IWp.! B • 1I-J>. %  • n -'" *rUva .i ,i, meater VACANCY -.iM in reputable 'm In Trinidad (or Budget Udlur having the MltfMr Cerrnt rdocstloiial rtr.' gr.tde certificate In nw Kinf or Afcountonn AI III %  I Booh K'rowi and leore F'lirit' lie* in IMUtll ol Plii.nxi.,1 III .UU-nni.l. Ri.Unr. **.,-). flidgs* pr*v**ati..i. -md W-.II.IKJI work. Ag* SB • year. Apply at-Ilng ul.rv req-o.ed to -EM e o Advoo.i, WAHTIB in *U M *T*n.visnn> ii'ji -r %  ii....I ..Ithri -i.l ,l" I Ortotoi !• %  MM st.u i.iiiinnM hnuae with im Oolf ClKltM fill %  • II I lo the Defence (Conliol of Drug and Patent go) Ordi-r. 1051 No 1 hich will be fct 24ih September. 1951 2. Under this Order the maximum retail telling prices of "Do-Wltti Kidney & Liver Pills' and "Matricarla Powders" are as follows: — MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE MAPLE MANOR GtviT Borai OPPOSITE HASTING* ROCK* f si BML L mil UNI. ITEM Uw Pill* i Po4n .. UNIT OF SALE Small giied bat, EdbTp Small box 74*. 1 34 Me 22n. h.i.lU*> tn*p*eti for i •X i hud Chwren M Mlary Only copt*. of tawtttnordala h*rh re .-quired • '! 111 H M M| p t BBgj B* lit* iwH of j> si MJJTEM iT -III .... H ; re-titi.aM* of pcCVi. n.y wiin .!(., itkana Mil i.pplk-~i'. re.kllng nd bo Mrtd It. liuduir Ihrm it required _rrc*t*> fee Si VmrtM s.iHr§ Thuiidsy Pith iiml TMj M V MONRKA lll mr • i %  H'l'i and Pawnvin In r>.tnmir. Ait'igua llankrrrK I K.tt. Mfi Prl daV SSth inal r M V VKIllllIf will ... PTPI CMl nd I nd Hf K.ilT"Ofl BON • CO.. LTD TO. 1 A,.,.t. I4 .','*',*,;',',',' Canadian National Steamshipn apaa %  Tu--doy -0 M.I riiATiiL iioimrs (. n % %  OMrooiiH. %  C M. Oirrn 1 MM S3 ail a tMa nP.inlxM %  '•*• %  „. (u.-1 a. * Mr* il Apph II J M ..1 a* v M I" HIt 1-MONT, J brdraomi Ht.ACK HOCK. -1 bwtmom. -laKdini ...... land wiih mw tuna, -at*i iiehi and -Mar. i> • %  W7 P K*n,iM V..or.a SNw*i H t| ta I will bv nfTvniiji niVM'll .is a Candidate at the foriheomi M Dcral Eleotloni and am MkiM. ihi.s opportunity ot %  oLtViting your support. I intend to run undii ttafl banner t( Labour and ii elect•.(I. I will endeavour to serve ti the beat f my ability. EVAN U'lilirMII! HrHMKK Gal Hill. St John. WE ARE BUYERS W buy anylhlnd tonn*cUl with '• I •' % %  % % %  Sl.miCnllM'ti..-. A>f iimil>tlna and i.owl prim Paid al the < \ HI ii in IN .T'r aotskit I TO-DAIS NEWS FIASU WATKH PISTOLS AT JOHNSON'S STATIONERY Cheap TEA CUPS .in.i SAUCERS AT JOHNSON S HARDWARE HAM* Nr TW.t .illlv Ham. ii > I-I m. Dtai sua or sa s r. U Cn IM Roebuck SU"I n • SI In IIPTON-W pai IHII .mil i a. If iFA Ira* mi % % %  in. i*d irn in* laia-i-i lr in IH# <*• % %  Mal*d im evert packaf*. and ml •• navar l>rn iltallana*d. than MPToN-fl TRA Rava lhal part <.f i.hal indiralina Ihr waighl and r>-n> I ..Ui.il<.r III. pmniiini. | MM y H.iiann l-id Aaent* IS S SI Ona FoaWc Pla F^ from i Apptv lo Arrlirr t, In parf.v Ktin Pi,,. M( Kanru %  niiAi Ur|i varKlv rda on Mia nf rr. Tr.l.UlDFJ4T TAHIK1A Uaad loi MUtt waah and aantt'. i* an axcrl Ih* ntvvantallva .>( i | ,*, i,.,!!!Olitalnnd Kmnlil. I 1,1 S*U (I -in dJlagf iniB OH.rI .". \ -.. %  M M %  • % % %  %  Mr U A Pil • Orlltr 11 ff Sl-Il Hill HIM HOUSKS MODKRN BUNGALOW—On balhlni eh .nd all r land App*/ I i fti.i Mao. lo Bos PC CA %  *" %  ala Ca so a 5i->i M iioA KU ANU SIIIM.U HOI si Shop arita pkm 1 -.,.!-, 1 iumiplad lamp* "' i 1 Haiol. P -rtw a> i i.i CUM Rl mmtnad for r. at Ha* an Moitdav >nr> aVu(i|ri> *t* tiw-'-d foi Sllh Sap) CYRIl. t. 8TOLT^ % % %  %  Tflv Lodfi atob.1. aa.tablitt.nl Cldrk. I Ul ,i.diUi.ta Ul bo OODUAIIU |>I HaalU Ki Ch-.i NOTICE i.l \ I till.II -< Hill.I %  ri-ir I.l \iriiat llr'lrt.llr %  'I Oil.i Ali.\ANIIKA MWMSj Spelrht-tawR. BarlMdoa. fs.w.I. MGRNINGCOUGHS Ik* I 1*1 nornUia; ajid ni|hl oouab• H. all... .a aa* llruiicl.itla or AaO.ina ruin ai.'. ,i and anarer anuthar dy • liaoul urliif Ma&N 1 >A< %  • J Thla |r. a ( MlaroaJ atHioiN ward thra tb* St"od. thaa iMMMBa* MM aM a—MHI %  I MJ llqaTSMaa r laMUrilni aaa. Bftura -•rraaaint alaap. .).' klNliAn, tsrzv -MI lUKol Mi CAN HAUXNUEH l^DY BOD NT V CAN CONHTPUCTOB tAUY NELSON Ball* Halli M.I. M ,,. ,: Ralllaa Raalaa JO Sap) 11 "arpt ._ & Hapl la Stpl. W "lap: M Mapt 3 Ocl a *tp\ i oet — 10 Oci 10 Oci IS Ocl is on on LADY ItOONEY Sail* %  art., do. %  • Orl Arrlra* Arrl*M II.Iil.a Maatrral 3a 0 1 Novr CANADIAN ( PI'ISEK is expected to arrive here about Ihe 24th September. aeceptlRfl cargo for Sti Lucia. Dominica. Bermuda. St. John. Halifa x. Charlotte Tnwn Quebec and Montreal. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.— Agent*, ArriU ATIUN* r* \HMI-m*-'** I fXHll7fl aap..in*rn*it ..,, i.t II. .i .1 i fund. i a ami • n mot •M %  J'I ii i t>'\ %  >l ii, whicfi i Cdoraiion win ha takan rmm usi Thora I. a (iirl On if fi.rniiaiiy allachad the SaMM PilMradiniilra... who •hntild pn.aNi n-nr-r of a Tlnti.li UnrvaraM* a.,d a i .-. anil b^ ra^uirad to davola bar *vhnla taaar to %  -IIO..I and nmmola out-nf-raa%  ivili.. I % %  %  I M *•> • *r*a*a .. .b-ha-lad a. ram f.r tHa |uit-a fa' 'J3U ",. rw *>Mia TaarHar.' Penan %  iu al Alrianitia Sri quaRfvmt iinder r.pan.aa to fWO. will i (i i%  pr i a '• %  vour bar. lea va ia eranied rvi -ajne.t i.,i i*e miM .i 'Enta^'^rCSaS? Rarnadaa, not e ,,.. .1 A Ian ban*. the prriant no pa CerlifVcate %  if %  • %  * 5 Tearhina eaperlence with dale" and po.it on. held %  War Service ilf anyt 1 Participation In oul-ol-claaa arti.ltlr. .. .( •if I II ton 1 %  %  all I MB %  I Maawrll am %  I i.. ,i .II %  i ,^nl Road. r i, v.. T-.. .ir.ed wall DarillnBlnmM caMed -R KB TTOR" il" MUrwr o Ih* lair Ura. Korman Baaronit. alluala In sTRATHCt.YTJR. *i Michael The rl'iiae Planifl on M.7T0 aquare lerl ol land and corn prim Cloaed %  tillers drawing and dining fooitj. hllChen Ac k— n.iair.. and 4 bedn-'nia, anO Mm rlakra Oarage and wrvant ooma Hi -.M'l Eledrnlv. a... .,.., | \\ MOI In.talled Ir.apaclton any da>. eacept Hunda> In appointment with Mr* Mainrnd Allder. Dial SBTC Ttie property "III he M-t up f... MH I.I purtltc ceenpetlUon al oar otAcai. Jama. street, Bid*.town, .m Prida* SSth Sap tet.,ei in-lanl -i o'elo.k ,. ,. VI--AHW(K>n A BOVCI goUORufl is a si 0i a Administrative experience Ig Ml.I CerllAeate nl litne... ,1 thiee recent teattmonla-. IS The nameand addrea.e* of Mea The .tatement together with Ceitlftc* a ,.f Mirth ataauUt be aitached lo a cortflm ir-Mrr raf arapUc„iinn randlctatM living In the United Kin* ilnin .h.iiM .end their application. %  "i, srT.iarv The. Waal Ind C tee *" NorfaRS Mtre.-t. London. W C S to reach hint b* the S>'th g* mber. IPII randidat— Hvina In Hal Carnbean ar.a ,lioiO.I reed than apillcatior. t.. tl Honawar* Sei-retaiv Ala.andra S'ho->l. Q P O IVm M3. Prideetown. Barbado*. PAI. bv Sl>t October. 1S8I IM IP II Mil M IS Tea cent* nee aoa-a u tad IS real* n*npnte mlnliaam rhareo* II -a i-l Bits on SwmiUiui AKTION NOTICE PABI-II (It si inns ran Ihe lot-, to h rt-'pt-r I* lb* ..(Tire l DM PR nlll be opened on *talurdi> X S PRAHRH. B> ptHHIc CO .iil.l. %  hajctl. I 1S geptamber. One IS fl MoOne hp. 1 Ni.r.1 Molar FURNISH Now & Save CHITON TXHRAreV-To an truant lurni.had la%  %  K I lar h-J and In -TnaHliil ledia, I'a*. *'rdllim 2 PIANOS raaalva Iran* %  Spark'. F. L. S. WILSON arm ST. DIAL 4069 ct. lahcd. newlv ranovatrd. ter. gangUndarnealh I .hop Moat rr.it,il | Can Buy C B Bock. Olilir CR. ; partKular* Dt.il M71 si a %  -^--'e--V*,'. '.'/.'/,'.*/*/////// t-IIIKOI'R.-'.CTIC e.-ea. nra. noao. throat. Ling*, (tomacb and mdnev*. -lao beadacbea. knee r,l r,*t ln*.|iW DfB penaii.. pgff Pay %  Mreet 1 alarnada Dial SMI Pie* UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER A *tu*w*|l e '• %  sell hi* Punu MI. %  I Nairn Pinfold Street, which include* V-is 0.*d IMnrng Table. ITpn,** Chatn aagn, thtna chinei. Oinamar II l.'1'.d. Mild Sldr* !" .! r.p Top RPUMI Table. Hookca" KM*. lv-* an-1 Drawera loat .t,l-. .II in Mahr.a-.inv. Olaaa an. China Tee and Calfee Saucer. RuaI'.ar... M T Table with Maboa Pronr Pin*. Hat Top Dr-k. IV->k .hell. BooNa. Double Iled.tr artWltll %  no Von.. Spiinti* Mird Pi i Mi > Iliirai' .-. V.iinv Table ChtM-a Pica. a n Mahoaanv Painted Drvlng Table. .""1 IV*****, Rcreeni. ("hll.i M..UI. ,.i Aquar-tim*. Thre*n,iriH-r Pcrfo>'tn.n OH ir. LarderMT Waahatand. Ware. ona> Double DiiiilogMI Cham I Tt RORBI II K IT. IM I-I oi .aeelaltI"-I'lanl.llan. Ml P***' ee Of Die RALPH A. BEARD REAL ESTATE AGENT FOR SALE nailer* and ample kitchen < let*. Private m* bathing on Of Ihe moat delightful Kea. lo ItarhadOTwo atanSf three bed: ri-.e in Si lv-. bathr.-k-n.. leror glggggj %  cool po.lilon and M wlililn a lagaa niiierv wh„ ,,..„ ij Ihe advantage* of cool Attractive four bedii-o %  in St Peter with a drliahtf ,i ,,, thai atl.inl. an OK-ellerit view ..( • i %  aed a...i inoinand a modern kit.'', ii Si-rvanl. q.arlrti art BeU''--d r| theie i. a two cor limit* lhat naa hern nmvrrn.l toD '. -,-lf. contained apart ment. The preaenl na ner la. .erenlU built a -eparaiin the aiouiiria Thia propae-it I jbout (wo acre, of good land Which I. planted with fruit trara of all kind. iu*e at Britlc .!•* %  Of Cm.. Road, atandin %  i.vlna i ... kitchen and p*rvanl> quarter* i i -KI iii.'Ui m i l<> the houae whieh the preaaetf owner ha. rtUir.' that Ihe new should l.lr-lted N. wlv con.lrnrlrd tl % % %  ronm bungalow with tHa.etne.it in D.a..m'Nned Thi" re of land and I. clow (o thtsea The Ml and the lora%  . .1 c>.ooa Agri.uitural i 11*1 Aa* hatier.. fa NOTICE %  %  I 1 %  • %  II i n\ • %  < i. Cnn-mtMlcanar. ..f Hlglia Sale IIP r.' BRANKFR lock Term. Ca-n TROTMAN A CO. FOB SALE '.•//-W/AVrVryAVcVl I OPTICAL NOTHT, I he.* I M that m> Office will br a-Mag %  ' Vacation ItOM Bag itm *nd krlU be ropanrd on October lh iVrV/.VV-V,*//.'/.'.V//,v/ I'ltra reaidonc* on th Ma>< ..e.taininK vet) .-•• • %  living room wllh terrace. two bat hr>akfa.t room and Blogani kitchen There la a two car garage and aeparale aervanta' quarter* with own loilel and bath The ptDpeti. 1. f-m-loM-d hv a high wall and h„. „ ruin %  tha beach n*lige.tful three Bat-dr-inm hniaat at Top Rnek wit* iw*i l-alhropwi* Ura* kitchen. Hvtna i %  aide gallen Al-.. lun car gai a \erx cn.il poaitlot ".aa-niScent Me. .ndlng r.i Bt I LOI NO LANI> 1'OtTR ACRPS of level land neat the Pata-dlw Reach rhih Thlhand I* reoannahl. and could either he broke,M and teenld in Ml uard lor agricultural piop-.-e. I AM ..ii,. %  1 It. nl Tht. put %  . .mall hill ahlch ri-Miie. all ihe a>liantM>M of a mag-ntScr.. ,r-l of ,.: FOR UNI H'lOUVIlT C*-at cnnalating ol three hed larae hitch* i. aaraae PUR) tuini-i.i ref i icvrator. tclephorw etc Avail at a rewaunabl* FOR MAI.I: OR KF.NT IARUE WAggMO heart of Ttmdt. ,....,. th a rto* area of TOM -q ft Ideal I. FAIR ^ DELUXE SHIRT ^ FACTORY & •: DRESS SHOPPE > Ml STREET \ CAN -.upply Individual , Bloujes, Shorts, Beach *> Dressts, Play Suilj for cMldI MM SR WaHnWI Ballgl.. rang. Al St Winuted". lchool Ping H|l| on Saturday gth October 1P9I from 1 pm. — g „ m rA mar.r .tall* will include Movelllaa and Toy* — Houarhold* IS 1-..1 i.-tor a Plant*. aBd Plower. Room — Sweet* %  Cake* Sofl Drink, and tor Cream* REAL ESTATE JOHN M. Ill 1HOS S> CO. A.r.*, r.v.a FOR SALE •rnipra HOI ar gi Jan %  tii l la!, II „. i „,II „( %  tone with Baaa* Soon _..-J ahlngl* rwaf l a n agtl u n, 8 badrooi-i*. -.-landaHa ate al*o garage and %  "al I aRia l Sgia w *. The Moar %  taruM on agaarn. arm uf w-.ll -> l*red kand i manna an* i opproawttaM by a Mag drt.rway ftankrd wflM cMMly pUnleg mahoganv tree. The ontatandtrut attraction of ''Holder'*'• the very lovely *lte which ha* the advanlage of bring well eUvaled and cool, with fine view* on aU aide* Coait la lea* th.ni a mil* away and lawn S m.lr. "IACRERRI* HU1 Sg". Billion. Cro** Hd —Pine example of | %  rewar S-*tot*v Batbadlan home per-iading an aimoaphere of mellow aohditi enchanced by the %  Old Wot Id" gardari ,,, which it %  land* The coveted porch fr... %  of th* I Of RALPH A. BEARD F.VA HEAL It Lower Bav Street •I'l.nie U r* School Specials SKLEVT THESE I:\MII.Y 11 FXEIU'ISE HOOKS 4n and BO pages PF.NCII-S and PENCIL BOXES DhAWINO BOOKS and CRAYONS SI.ATF. and SLATE PENCILS CHEAP Fill NTA1N PENS R1 1 ERS and ERASERS (.ItAPH and SCIENCE BOOKS Large assortment of Text Books Including —• LAYNOS ARITHMETIC BOOK, Cumplete ROYAL REA1 9 HOOL PRIMERS OBOORAPHY OF THE WEST INDIES PITMAN S SHORTHAND INSTRUCTORS DICTIONARIES English. French. L.itin and SpgngRh. ROBERTS & CO. Na 9 HIGH STREET—DIAL 3301 Bt MIMsi. USB St JBJ Coax— An ggSj !%  %  — I \-lll M Jam*. I j h>u of ... ^to Hat* the pleaMnt fentures about "locketble and on entering the lounge an unusual central itaitwav invariably receive, favourable comn*eni The Mpitate dining loom la usually appreciated and alto ihe m .ill study and king wide verandah. A pioparty well viorth |g wanted %  iXIOi-aaOHg :•• Pine Hill — M odem Rsingalow conatrucied tn laSB ~ith IS*tona> wall* and hoavv asbaotoa roof. There is a large L shaped living loom. 1 doubt* bodroom* with built-in wardrobe*. Kitchen, pantry, aerVanl'B kitchen. bathroom with tub and shower, solar heating installation, garage and I servaata toosno Tho ground %  of abeui Uj MI acre at* Keavtly wooded with mahogany and Flamboyant tree* and th* lawn* and atone flagged terrace ate In a aecluded walled garden Attractive location cloa* lo town plot of lai ..d,..imng Mirimar.' Bt. James Available to ..pprovod buyor. Other building u.llons from a '. M over 4 art** ao hr *al* on thl* CMMl. "COI'RTRY HOI'Sg". 91 John —A pleaeanl %  .torei property. %  tone built with ahlngled toot. Completely redocorated recently. Accommodation romprl*** 1 living room.. 3 bedroom*, kitchen. panIn., storeroom*, garage, servant* quarter* etc. Wide lawn, nutneroiis fruit tree* and good vrgetablgardvn. Well recommended nl %  • ice quoted. %  RICRMONO-. Marine Oardon*. A aolidlv constructad 3.*tor*v stone house with walLaba ahlngled roof and pine flooring, wall placed o„ comer .He pleasant lawn, flower beds, kitchen garden and large yard AciorrtrnodaUon comprlaes 1 lourigea. dining room. hreakfaii rooM isige kitchen. I vrandaha 1 bedrooma. 1 bath,, and toilet' I garage* and %  **vanf. quarters Vee> aultable I St. S %  tony L-orirt ruction loc-sco on over -, an acre of good coaat land with 100 (eel of -ea frontaae yir.t clam aandy beach and good sale bathing The houM has 1 Urge living rooms. 4 bed* r<>. on the upper Btrar with similar accom modal Ion on ground goor. In our opinion thl. property would b* ttnlnenUy -unable (or converaton Into a Gueat House Low figure required. "RIMBOLTON". ind Avenue, Belleville. A v.ty solid l-*tor*v •t**>* built house in good position on comer of 2nd Avenue and Pine Road. Oood residential area near *ehool and town Th* houaw long gallery overlooking lawn. 3 bedrooma Bag all main service*. Thl* properly offered at a mcart reasonable figure lo efTrrt sn early BI'lLBINfl LAND Rockley -W* aro I n. true led to offer a most attractive building site In a set-] tided pbiition bounded by Oolf Links and having direct .... e*a therrlo %  NAOvrau.R Rousg -. St. Thomas Attractive S slore> acres plus a.tdltlonal S' acre* If requited Thete aro S bad room* 3 toungas. dining roowi. 1 enclosed galletiM. 1 balhtootlM, hflchen. pantry, aervants' rooms. 1 garages and various out building* Till* proper', is well elevated and Commands excellent view of the St %  TROKPBB". St James Tin. maa.lve property, tvptcal of a bySona aa*. i* th* ideal home for %  o m aoaa who want* spacious ioo*B* and quiet country urroundtrurs Tha St. Ja m a* coa-t .which offer* load boihrng M only 1 iMIe aoay and distance team Town i. mile* otter, invited nitVent view of a* of beach 1-ti*' %  ven. verandah*, and servanls 1 rod in basement Offe i and atretche. HHiga. 3 bed%  lichen, pantry RENTALS %  'IH CHANCSST", Silver Sand" 'iniinii I Pa-ATtT'. Cod. ngton Hill. St Michael % %  WINDY WILLOWSPtoapect. PI | *> 1VT BAM. COTTAtlE iav.e.1. Road. St Michael. Bf *.( II HOI • S' :.,--... e WANTED BKfATl Productive Stagar gblale wtU. good House ,n \ -rlnltj ,>< gsaaoa UAL ESTATE AGENT. ADCTKNEE8 BB. •.iRYEYoma PLANTATIONS Bt ILOLNC Phame 4gg



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PACK s|\ si S11AV \l)VO( \ I I SUNDAY, SIPTtMBKK 23, 1951 BARBADOS : j§#A-^OGTCE rni* . IP. I id lw.4 -1 Beeaeeaaer 2:1. 1951 MSB I.IIOI I*IM. CKNT pranounctoMnl by the Gov•rmmnt m.,,;. II clear that the policy of %  fe*gnMfM*nej in the Elementary Schools would b<> maintained. This was done *ts of parents and the genupportcd by many experienced %  On SatUltL %  i ir of Eduand discussed the 1 irummendaMr nobaJdl will nuke cannot be anticipated bui the meeting seems to |ndt. -I each to the mattei jj being mi > Mi Howard Hayden B to Uus island us the first Director of Education and amonu the changes he introduced was that ofl age-grouping In the Elementary Schools. Mr Hayden was an educationalist of the highest calibre and It i* obvtoui thll his introduction of age%  ant lo be followed by othi i ii ibnpoeeible to maintain i system ol grouping where there has never been compulsory attendance or where it is to tollow as pa i But the tragedy is that Mr. Hayden was transferred from Barbados \ lt nil before he had completed the eel iei of changec which lowed m his "i'ohes Pot SdueaItotJ And the system has been maintain* ed without the other innovation* which i '.i Dllai '^ to the practice %  grouping, it is impoeaible to bard children of egei varying from 12 to 14 years in the upper lauls of an elementary school with any degree of success when the teacher is burdened with 50 or 80 In a class and has no time to pay adequate attention to the hackward pupils. The i rowing numbers on the elementary roll, which now stands at 26,000 demanded an increasing number of teachers; but there was an added tragedy when the pupil teacher system which acted as a feeder, was abolished. It was this system which had ved Barbadoe well and which had made our elementary schools the envy of the West Indie* It was the teaching of the fundamentals b\ means of this system that the brilliant raoord "I the secondary schools had been based. Support of this claim is to be found in the number of scholars who have brought lustre to the secondary schools but who had had their initial training In the elementary schools. It was such a system which Mr. N. Greenhalgh put on its feet when he was seconded for duty with the Trinidad Government in 1915. The shortage uf teachers served to aggravate a condition for which the local system was not prepared. In addition to having the machinery thrown out of gear, the load was increased by the order to add Latin, Spanish and Mathematics to the curriculum. There seems to have been little concern as to whether the schools were effi ciently carrying out the functions for which they had been established. The results of eight years of mistakes have been manifested in a number of pupils turned out from the schools unlit for little besides the hewing of wood and drawing of water. Master workmen complain that many of them are not even conversant with the tables found on the cover of the Exercise Book while employers point out that many of them fail to secure jobs as soon as they write letters of application. These are trenchant criticisms to be made againsi a system of education which made Barbadus the pride of the West Indies. This is not the lirst time that the public have been compelled to groan under an %  ntUctiou because of mistakes mad,in high quarters When Mr. (later Sir) W. E. F. Jackson regraded the Civil Service with six grades it was not intended that it should remain with these but should be revised ari reduced to three. Those who follow the work of the Civil Service know now how many years it took before the mistake was admitted and the re^rading done. The same late must not be meted out to education. It is true that this island is not nww reserving adequate returns for the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent annually. < The fundamental error in educational circles in Barbados is the habit of making os and taking decisions without consulting the people who are supposed to make the systems workable. The teacher is the hub around which any educational system most revolve and it is they who stand between the specialists in the Education Department and the thousands of children who stand on the perimeter. It is not neccssarv that the Ciovernment accept then advice; but it %  d judgment to l ne by the Acting; i^ reetoi cation is a lign that at last the wool has (alien Ii ol the Government and that something will be done I the proper working of a system which in the past has repaid heavy dividends and which is likely to do so in future if it is properly administer* 1 11*1 on Waul a German Arm* You M II si II *i Si ill K | Our I i*M>nils In Prison C OLLI N S' III VS \ TIM \4 I IO\ IT is extremely unfortunate that there should have been any expression of disaatiefactfc M by emigrants returning from the United States of America. That does n that grievances should not be aired but that there should have been any cause for grievances. The emigration scheme which < %  t tl Government $440,000 of which $192,000 was i to be lost m the transaction. It was felt however that the sinking of this $192,000 was worth the opportunity which it afforded to young men in this island to obtain employment. It had been argued that this was merely subsidising unemployment and giving rise to a most unsatisfactory situation at a time wh**n the reaping of the island's crop was in full swim 1 and employment might well have been found for these who were booked to emigrate to the United St./ The opponents of the scheme will say that the unpleasant situation could have been avoided and the funds left in the Treasurv to be spent later and to great) r advantage. It will however be realised that eertain aspects of the situation could not have been foreseen. One ground of dissatisfaction needs to be ttrveatigated and some statement made i( future schemes are not to be ruined by suspicion before they are put Into openv lion. It is alleged by some of the returned men that they expected to pay $4:t (American) as their contribution to the transport expenses When they reached the Tinted States and began to work, they were told that they must pay $79. The nett result that the small amount which they expected to save on the already short contracts was exhausted by the additional expenses. There is nothing that the Barbados Government can do to have this money reimbursed to these men but an investigation by the Chief Liaison Officer in Washington and a statement by the Barbados Government or the Labour Commissioner should do much to remove any suspicion that the change had been made with a view to putting the emigrants in an unfavourable position. Since 1944. emigration to the United States has been the only source of relief to overcrowded workers in this island. It has brought many benefits to thousands of people who had never been able, despite years of toil, to put by anything for the proverbial rainy day. it would be tragic in the extreme il through some misunderstanding of the real position suspicion should bt allowed to ruin future schemes of emigration to the United States. DESK and l'i"Ml m inn s l.2 Now Available at UM Ol All MA MOM It* \o Hark on llW Job al iLW IK. II i. M Us in lloiin. Ini* i S.ral'uisls pill IVrins for Aid lo the Hi S II> MIAHI i s roui HONN poUUden praai the button wc BELLA W i • the ithni'; UN narkat-plae r briii'it umbrella* have been I lir-sums %  irtppen who cry out %  % %  % % % %  waek-das if thai there %  | .l n.dk, for all |0 buy H (or %  day of <•:. BTAOI i n* l nd boor Plump Qtrmani aettla In lb* when •, over virQfJ ... low. ... ra will [Jttla 1 %  ithoi %  Alia I trw irta ere eating or, having i lee Germany not to % %  py* but io prei wed to eat again. TMi deton the Rhlnclaml, soaked In pro*KTAIit. t: Th AIM. | I B "s llllll.llllS, II.. IF 'these atagi rms. ataeva ..ii, 1Bonn, .1 rtutonic Tuobiidt* Well.-, wfaldi .[ uM capita, ol V/eetara Qennany and a com''>' January 1, tt ing focus u( world Interest. n nu %  the warm heart on Cier" ,1 ,,K "cltt many's sleeve. Bonn but let Town clerk Lan%  aDdoerfer,all 17atone* vuuiin %  '' % % % %  '' r<*| ompleted 1 1 III Blank*i 1 v tO put hln IB nionlh.. k modern (OIL %  of 12 dlvtaloni II tank*, planes, and raeo in the fumes of Havana tobacco professional fore* might be AS he grr.-ts you, (lnlsh the Uh u '"' d mu v MuickK. w.h 1 lyrlCBl roar: "llonn, alNow or in '' lani-hed at It Is the happy way s theof It looked as it AmeriOf thJrifi Uut ftw have he.ml of ?a, which h s set ., eraikmg paca III prcvlflonal equivalent, iie tor enllaUni Qerman mnnpower. Service ftffli-e of the Feder.-il will have to tool the bill. '1 .n.ell : 's (HTlce. and fewer Mill "That is DO! .ill." said the hve met its ehlaf exocutlva, wboN major aoftlj Then 1 1 nnme—nd il*< a real one—is Mr. honour of the German soldier." R'nnh. "The honour of ihc German s*l-. Blank, -mm' >IIMIV ... Bjrj ira repi ,,, % %  .. ,. _.^_ '' l '" ''> lir trt* lA for serving iha riJ, Ki^ n y T i' a ? '" '"'' a"""" 1 ume wben the food shops full uf glisU.uiiK [|llu ,i rc will llnd. near lh c l^ppebdorfer Marshals M i 1 te. a J* ,nrantr y borra ^w wilh 1 n nd hundi, r k 11 d r for wl M ttelH. 10 enter you must inaki apuoiiitment. IIIIK the U-ll. In .*•" 1 submit to scrutiny. Here, in white"iiHhed offices, wearing tweel> GERMAN oftln %  -..id Major nd iianneis hit the plannlnj Blank, "ware b I • %  • the heat ol %  tan of Mr. Blank. They are %  *•** for erjn the Rua" headed by Oeoera] Adoll Heu rou Brltiah in Ber, former Chief of Operatloni in Malaya — like thfl French in %  i'i HlA Oonunand, and GenIndo-Chlna. and U c Americana la ml Han* Sprhiei, who nut the Korat I met rou I tinSecond Fronl ] •"< % % %  Baht Kommel'ehief of st.ilT %  l;l1 k'love*. Why not BdlBH >"\i Bucolic Bonn stops at the threawore mistaken'" generous %  ohitJoti waa called for. The best solution would be U> open Ihe jails and free everyone, both the army men and the W.itf.-n S S arho bed fought bravely by their Burope, There is. for Instance, Mi Buuufi rlghUband man. wbw vhunninn publicity at pre cut. nui*' IK> introduced as Colonel Blai I Ami vMth him. when I called Dlaht, was Maior Blank, ' learned his Enclish (rorJ I Kensington BDVei "You will usderatand,*' tl t-olnnel said, "that we here ire lunply tachnlclana, When "Don't think.' %  said Major Blank, "that wc are speaking only for what you tall the officer caste. We are also expressing the bitter real the ordinary, detent. iiot-ioo-bruhi fellow who a the .ji kbone of our army, us he is ol In other words, unices omethmi la done, the Allied re-1 .ruiting sergeant will knock in vain. No w this warning from the new General Staff m embryo! urgent form. So far Bonn's Cham-ellor %  'used to support %  men that Inala should be freed, I Allied diplomsts have been told that Adonauoi will brlna Lion up oflitwlly when he visitLoodon next month — no little hope of German tor the European Army ve II on Mi Moniaon'i Th.-n at 'h.iti Me, We'll mail MEANWHILE, the going In I Bonn itself is none too sure. A strong Socialist opposition wants MI the Aiued atrenathlal raised from the projecu-d IB divisiuns up to 50 before West Germany risks provoking Russia by re.irniing. German industrialists I %  d back coniracta to the Itntish Ministry of Supply to have Ihe word "Defence" deleted in case of Russian occupation. Some Ruhi Urona have taken up insurance i>> uintributina to Communal I'.niy funds. In their headquarters at Bad :;odesberg, where Chamberlain met Hitler, the French are gloomy. Iucypomt out that th? R U Hi H n"s. UK. have a distinguished Qerman General Staff, with 50,000 elite Hoops, and 250,000 armed police What happens if the two milltar' load halves of Germany eventually coalesce? To this the British and Ameri\ can reply u that another war' would require such vast resources that no single nation rft 45 or 60 million people will be able to wage it independently. There is nothing to Tear, they say. from a rearmed Germany. It seems we need the Germans. %  nd need puts up the price. The] Bonn soldier his "honour" re%  %  tared, must still be girded by the th cosily armour. Mr. lemocrahc generals" are' ready with helpful criticisms of i Aiiu.i strategy — who should know benerf The* ilant-t 1 IIIKV beat the French, thev nearly beat the Russians. An, eventual German commander ot I European ground forces make-, military sense. V will realise." concluded' Major Blank, "that we would not I dream of raising troops for the' the present situation ex%  cept for the danger from the K.i I V 1 vrn though we nil relaxed in hearty laughter at my response that without this situation no | one wou.d dream of asking them to do so the truth remains lhat fm the first time in their history tbt 1 Germans are in the position ol having guns and butter thrust upon them. I'S. I have Just had word from Jacob Kaiser, Adenauer's MinisI ter for All-Gcrman-Questions. He says the Chancellor regard*. II to London as vital in : creating trust. Since I have nofound in Bonn yet a Ministry for All-German-Answers we' shall just have to leave the out1 come until then. WORLD COPYRIGHT ( %  %  1 -.n Express Service ttii|M>iTV LVatls All The? on the Peottnea was seen eti ,at e Earl's Court radio 1 lion la London The 200-n:ile I'utue" astonish1 • 1 It underlined the [art that llrilaln leads the world la hlah-poarer TV. Arul it mae'e clear that Britain's TV expeits are aclentlAcally aqulppad the world oxport in %  %  : lay from Holme Most. Alreedj the 11 iu* tranamltti Ii 50 to 60 miles. World By ROBERT CANNELL A hundred Bsuea la now the limit of ntrmal rccep%  a* In favourable conditions, and uaing the moat aerials, pictures are beii!., at Car greater dartaneaa from Yorkshire. More Powerful The new sUitn>' powerful 1 h a n the u H i ted : credited with SS-kUowai It has ahowa aurnrtalng suongtu —45 kilowatts, against Alrxandr.il 17 kuowatta, and Sutton Coldtleld's 40. Now foreigners are bea'nnln i: to buy TV from Britain. Two stations, with all equipment, are going to Spain. Another to Bogota. Orders are in hand for Canada and Australia. A rat after mo ith"he f S -.ilhs of competition ".. British TV cameras ..nd equipment have been c-hoeni to Mevlaa UNO meetings in New YorsC, (or no other nation has a in high-power TV. Holme Moss is by far the biggest TV station in the •imes more powerful than America's biggest -UUL X O i I < i Our 1 I Mill K and MAKDWAKi: IH I'\KTMK\TN will be closed (or STOCK MAf.Vft on THURSDAY, 27th FRIDAY. 2Sth SATURDAY, 29ih Rc-tipeiiiiu> io Butinesa on • • TUESDAY. 2ND OCTOBER Otir Customers are usked lo arruiiKe their shopping i WILKINSON & HWMS CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES: :•: 4257. 4ln. IIK7. 4672 MO*W/-W.'.-.v,VV.V.V.-.v,w.-,vA-.NOTICE OUR ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSr.D FOR STOCK-TAKING On Wednesday 26th. Thursday 27th Friday 28th iti-oi'i \i\f, .v SATURDAY 29th. • .l &f WM 1 tl €".. LTD. NOTICE OUR DRV G00D*S DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING — ON — WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 26th 27th and FK1DAY 28th lti—t>/>fiiiiif/ to HIIVIHIMV on SATURDAY 39th Svpt. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. • DA COSTA b CO. I III. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT i*itm in OVER Axn 0011 a 'AGAMNU COCKTAILS HI i MM II WITH GODDARD'S GOLD BJtAID RUM AKE ALWAYS PRKKKRKK.n BY THE MAJORITY Of CONNOISSEURS Thr Fl.vour Is irresistible rsprcinlly mixed wilh CANADA DRY ^ %  %  %  % %  % % % % % %  iHlBBHBaBB



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M M>\\ M rl I Ml.I R IX 151 M M)\\ MIMlt M I r M.I i M K 11 FARM \\l) GUtlW GARDENING HINTS FOR AMATEURS lu MMM (H %  < AI.IIM. i unit 1 UUM N| |(s Thosa WHO aesire to i %  %  *", anch u cabbugr. enilUflowtf, bjnutlu jitd ni.ion. should begin at unc e V, make preparehurt* for sowing w ih.,t trai • iiigs to itermanent paa.Uoasl m thi' fanlFii fcH-d may take pljcp durtti* Novambar; with *ubte|uent planti n g InMW Is in order lo have u steod> *ucc*ssion at i*^iilr nq ring 'ho favoumblrt months to i\iUow An eye should bp kept too on theexhibition rtquii good moiie-v prtB a wida V..: .it ttieAnnual Exhlb • cmbrr Tntr l^-ce-mber is usually %  lllll,. early U; U plentiful and at iu be-* MflMt Ha i-ctter the chance* of xuccass. (CM tli.i* •- : MnpssBl .ire DM unually of ihe> I .. this time of the thin normal care i* ni M Turing a go.nl >ian-i M that the bulk of tin%  In the tempera:. been harvested Iba pn-' lumn. It ih worked v. I and packed fa ring tho winter moniiu for us* in the spring and summer, it therefore follows thut the freshest ggg*J Will a*4 l> ,4V..il-i.|iin thi-* .. %  However, whini t lassa t,, k, lip sealed c" >ld storage and not exposed ton long in "hovr case* and %  its fern .and vitality can he ret.un.~i at .1 %  11 isfactorv levfl hut v decreases on exposure to the humid air of th,. \ should. t>.' in purdhatfiiig sfaM which bag l"en lying around awaitmj; dislKal and takg rare to place tl fan tin—any sort of tin will do an I njj %  the ...ver (Hi and a ctmipletc ctOBUn with gummed paper or tape: If a refrigerator 1 hesitate to lonp tin* Up thggn md to replace it as quickly as possible oftc r pen 1 any of the seed, IT iiiliialliai 'ailures and sred warfare can be very frustruting. aapa Leirtnnen* and. inorvtV %  expense. OTwraJly IpaaMng two alternative in %  a nursery—etfhtf %  ne i>f -t 1 I .-HUT1 and keepinc in mind tlie need 1 %  pf .:-%  on from 1 and the hot mul-'l;iv atari vi" At thi-: time of the yaat when .inu IM pli'iiiifui and %  % %  frequent, preference should if HATti t.i Ihe box math ind the i-oxes. if made %  %  .Might and %  %  about four to "I %  (-'uvemeni alze %  b-ttom is made then holes for must be plercvl if ftanj 1 slats, openutga :..lf-ai Inch U lie ample for the pajrhoUa or opanincs 1 small Morten or 1 Raw dry leave* an top Of theae and next fill the OCX within hsilf-an-inch of the top WHB K'-o-i garden soil—thin should 1 1.ne but rather cram• nat* piick with frequent ':.i } %  v,.\ the Mill and Iher from a can with a by plneing the bottom \ in water, excaaa wagar rad |g Jrain off Icving the soil Milnciently damp but not watci-litgxed. Sow the kn uvi'i the anraifmly with a dan dry aou; then sprinkle let the soil laargag may have IN daily; on th* baa much water .'<• damping off' of 'the Drntrtgnan will soon ti'li the .inuHiiit of watering pcdad. Cover the boxes with r baarda .luring the first until the seed begin* %  he 1 sunlight is eason',.' to prevent spindly growtli mbar noa suddenly to tha boxes at this stage full efTert .,f the aharp Make sure that oil fra* (rom w a ada 1 in the llrsl place ami 1 bran later ant intru II si I with lags which with ant taps %  indtng them in tins of Never under-estlinalo the ani as a peat. The (.atralf n In s'|iii'inliiT (Gross-path and their up-keep) Of the various types of garden path the gsOat attia.live. but at the same time the most troublesome is the trtmaa Path. Noth.nit a lovslanr than wall kept veW?i> green turf, but to keep it so needs constant attention Weed has lo be watched for and kept down, and Ihe grass must be constantly well mown and rolled. But, perhapthe btggfat headache with a gras.< path is keeping good edge, agpt 1 apt to net washed away, and .1 00 time tne path |a several asCssM narrower than it should be and with a ragged untidy edge. There U only one gag] with Baaj trouble. The edge mu-t !<•• hmlt up again To do this, get a plank of wood and place it on edge along, but .1 little way from the hroken eare if 11 i not possible to # %  • %  **••••* the whole length, the edge n'us' be done in sectionHaving fixed the plank firmly. pi* cced to 111! in the space baCwW n ttat plank and the broken edg 1 i-f .1 e pith This way. First put in a ktjnr of small stones and ram them firm. This gives 'aength and foundation to the edge, am. ananraa it a longer life. Then. f.:i in on lop of the stones with earth, pressing it very firml> down, an I Continue to fill 111 until the new part is raised slightly abov< the old part. This is done to allov for Mitkage and after a w'l.le it may ixfound necessary to %  l .. • more earth. Having finished the lllling in leave the plank in place • Una weeks if necessary, for the new edge must be ctven time to thoroughly settle down and become firm before its *upport is Jnken away When at lengih the grass has thickly covered the new p irl and the whole path has bce.i rolled and mowed, then only can Ihe supporting plank inremevcl. This face-lifting of a grars path m no way ensures its life Ingaafnisal t, but. it does renovate it for some time, the ler>*h of time bcnu dc•ermined by its dailv trea'inent and the weather. Stone Kfiuc '.ii.'ii nl Ihe trouble with :he i iarng and grass psthcan b d by putting down nn edge of brick or of our local sau;i is ensures a permanent neat edge which once laid down will require no further attention. Of the two edgings. In 1. k ami sawn-stone, sawn-stone has (ha EWING CIRCLE II* l*rnna '\nl.-111 .mil Ami MHSUI.IH Drultin^ \ Bsaak Skirt fl a l>asle dan pattern or %  lailoi> chaJ ar plain two gored skirts ., \; t \ will saee %  aj .an use ovtr and ovei again The leniin of > equal the length skirt plus the width of Hie hem plus S" ti-r a *m* m line The *idth ha the bank • should lie half the back hip BMtsura, tlie 1 down %  eaaun ph. u,(,.r 1 %  %  '2~ fi'i flare Jl the boltom plui aaggn. It 1 about 1" for side seami . va the inch in the seam -nl Mill l rrrtam MsOUnl M iirainage and ^ I bed less angg%  %  1 %  1 foot For the hiock natal 1 • %  hnafaV Hhte in three. reMiltinn m ihr,-e 2 feet lengths of -I inch I These Irm I In .half again lengthwise ao that t.ne block linally gives M feet of edging < in 6 lengths* etic" measuring four Inches by 8 Iw I : %  • A description how to Ihe edge has been glT*r) '11 le. but perhaps a r— leinder will lie useful. Once the stone has been cut il j;. very eosily placed in position along the edge. nce it Hi position, one length at a time. No consent i-neeeaaary. but a Rl knock the stone down iitn-.lv on Its bae. The MCOnd length of •.tone mutt be placed bo touch the end of the ftnt, and so on A length of airing f "" n '"* 1 "' W M '' lp to keep it live' Wh (1 'II gBg lengths ate In pUOB all Ul "" e WtlCT side tirmi.v. leaving iiafi inches abOVO the the edge. %  %  %  . tline you a nl ni d %  : Will bl ., light here Me.isure IhTOi %  %  na hall a t' ^ %  %  1 ilf null which is the) • :/. %  .f the dart M this U-vcl ptVH %  ii for aasun If this ineasure-' %  %  rl beyond d come-. 1' II is .ilright and no aeam to, ne naif men .it :( %  1 entra ttoan thai 1 niiiu.ie.i in thoael two hi ie hips Th Bfkg ver> •eii for moat ponplo but all person may tnd it ex. Continue for this week while these SENSATIONAL • If \Mii \ e iiri-uiiiei 1iniirwith nl of rhe rltl %  tton Of the skill eighl mehr' T 1 1 in,, ahhi bot. 1 %  & eaaa, but a Ul in .., %  %  four not.flar • -, the CWth Allo-elle Iiuiklv U .n iiful 1 arveg, -upeili UQ ilelinite liuuiea* iiin MM 11 -a* ii'th* ingaj RBSSST] eourfiew em had! I. yogi urorNa colon god Warha Onmne Maidenlorm hras%  iefea ire made nnl\ in ihe t inte.l 9taaM "i \rnerfra. IV.e b I | rrssssssl *Xun (,,i i.wi \ lypa nl kgure. DOLLAR DAYS ARE HAPPY DAYS and in addition lo make this $ sale the most successful one and lo save you more money we have added greater savings. LADIES WOVEN PANTIES Lace trimmed Tea Rose & White • -.Two Pairs for jl.UU LADIK8' ART SILK PANTIES -, nfl Large Sixes—Two Pairs for Jl.l/U BRASSIERES 2 Pairs for PANTIE GIRDLES Reduced from S3 GO to $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 MIIUONS OF FAMIUIS agree with stienfific findings tlmt : z 4 '--':-' % %  ] COLGATE YOUR TEETH BREATH P DECAY '/Ml COLOAYI WAY TO COMPim HOME OtHTiJl CARE It-aybrush ycaar fooi!i right ftor MrnrlOj arlfh m Df PfTAl CRLAC Your Hair can be Radiant and Dandruff-free — nil you'vr /i" 1 '" •'" tukf miliimiinnil %  •*••• "'•' PRELL EMERALD CLEAR SHAMPOO (S THE SHAMPOQ fOR YOU!! 'In Saliul all l.iiiilin/i Slnri-m Stomach cramp! l,t"tin d. HISMAG (Blluriled Mi t nn.i) W ||| brinjyou eulcft relief by nautraliTinf f• %  cess Mid 11 rovr iromech n (ondinom ir>* tfiicomlori Modwri wtlith five riN t H'm often uuieiinmsitidiKornfert -hKh vhould riot be nf| THE MODERN DRESS NHOl'i'l ISURMCOMA(.N1SI WOAD SI RUT Sensational New Make-up! Fm mill 1'ituili'r -WONQtR WHEEI5 N" i .^. Why Hercules is the finest cycle in Barbados WHAT'S MBWS9 nafgaj *. iinniNCHArNCW Not a cuke make-up, not a f reaiy foundation! %  ,1-i—n ..a piil*r *" ,n "*** angarUas. AT.I Face'' foee on eeatlv and n .hiU puff Give* you a •aft. VStvatji c^'np.e^lon le |y wlti New! Stays on longer than powder! New! Cant Spill! No naartrr srherf IICTCUW CJ ki go !hry are the most soitabk for local coruliuonv. I hi* n be^JU'C fffTculet ragmctn are conitantly nadying the special reqoiremanr* of eaajry country. Latest detigns, gasesi qualm* materials and aagonless cralnnunsiiip liave made Hercules the world's faaonrtte tucycle. Hercules SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS TMI HI* Hi CYCii a Horoa oe >'i. aai'iato n —* INCAANO •ifi gwrann T. GEDDIS GRANT LTD., BRIDGETOWN WE HAVE 24 G. CORRUGATED GALVANISED SHEETS AT 34£ p erft YOU'D BtTTF.R HURRY If You Wn! to be in on This CEXTRAI B3i*GRMVM (Corner of Broad \ Tudor Simla)



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' si Ml \N ~l I'll Mill It ft 1MI SI M>\\ VIlVill Ml I'M.I MM -*l I'llr I ini'iiiii: "The Gnwit Comeback" UM. Thetitl.. FOLLOW THE 3UN •Mm now playing at the Empire :nely pleasant humour, and appealing l.>\ %  I excellent fiolf. Thi n an arDoctor Hortensc Dissects Hollv^ ood ... LEONARD (..CSIEY gives you a news preview of a lively new book . /Han MiHttT^wn MBER Dr B| Tom > .. the Reader's Digest and highlight! ill the : u !" a ra l %  Amerk Ben Hooan have been int %  %  ho I%  id his mea"II ..te lifWrii .mother doctor <>i arrthn Urn making MB hi thi.. rummage among the Beyeh-ticular I n a t a n ca has laundry Bassfcets CN certain ini|il in that iu wood, thlt here they take part In In* . show that BO ComWh.H do the Ma golf toaraamenb It alao munist can eeea resign boon thwhen the public f America d the coercive Bsstho di them" Ho* many %  dramatic ni hk. ... %  %  %  the ptrufjtta for a caddy and Iron; hi! mind iciat g 41 Whei and his wife SMOO. a secondhand car and iMuufih an tha optn to play in often tb but sot in Action Ho i an immediate succe* %  auraly depleted HI %  .,-.. %  . ant a • I BonMnow, he was nut a Boptila ti %  'iniriKisn-rament" until he had Quiet nd rn *' Bin tha action moveoen I illicitly Though mora tmahatli dd hava baen made on Comi betwaan the ram and Hianui | muniat propaganda prooaduras 1 and opponvii Williams, wh %  I vents %  plot Communist whoae loyalties ha • h.inged. and who has become %  emcutive bo the shipping buatnaai Newi. married, la ignorant ol band*a previous association with kl i. %  attractive won n nt. with wHom he ha '> %  • '-mes inlo his life again. firs'' real oul lnls mc IO convert his y. mad leas £350 .i week." This is not due to snobbishness, but was tha theory that a gtrl would not 1 iva the iin.me.itl incentive /or ..t .md is also i In protecting her own rcDUtttMn." "OWdaiaiiakal manage* to, isn't watch II v throw Up a little more dust apod lien she (stall with the private I GBBII get up to >pm i Art Silk i . v . (Udm orl lUlw m -u d|n mica! and %  %  In K it Hu > i I St number <>f th. Mordinary selection and bargn..i croc king values offered by the Mat i-in D.en* Shoppe — price-1 at Si. Just look at the buna Ibn on page lt.ro B Of thla pupei Yen havt ' % %  an doUai mi em along on I ind bow nanj frustrated UN "f the women stars. there many BMTB "'" IWIywood there never' 1 *' Walk. i. who drank appean to be quite enough cuii 1 a! prepared table* ailii purk.ma hnen and frwih BOWan %  I-"* It the Mem. French fries end Salad: k himself to death at 34 moiling i a lost wit. 'Do Which of tii,' players got to iht top by talent an bowing off tneir eurvea la the right placi plal t young l> i after I %  ho-t of others. (teach an.i H< icheoru. dinner,, •he wringer with iU aluminium body looks after the ie*t. With 6*. gallons ot water the Hoovei through 3', lbs ..f csOth> time Ut i like fiv "iv Ljana'i In D very true, luil there are man)' more delightful things al Y. Dr Lima & Co., Ltd. A hug> new shipment hag BMllgarl Marrasitc itoruni Miver in tha shape Twin, Ti f fi i ^ H ^ i & *J !l V i71i & fat&'wuvtinj 'dmbk tifcl..''VctiwH'\'gay MQ ipAtkUnt ji>r ytrHr tni Aden* daiftUne* ia make ycu> even, Un/cUer afisv da*k<. DECISION <& VIBRATION %  banoi of the star" get If .i caating him for ana of tha Mai*a pleaa she might 11ml it emh.irThe anaweti art given U j ttma raaatni to work erith lum by a PeepniR H.i .-, w r t* notaad round that she ---.-'Peeping Tom For Dr rsortanae thinhi hel no w**\ and hk %  or^ hl''*.Jl m f U T' Po** !" akar. who wrote IIOI , lltll her ha, axeeuthra to LVWOOD, THE DREAM FACacted as .. K...nerang %  • TflHl. la one of thoat pnsfaaeoriAfter all those heady rumours ally persistent American women ..r pufceatiag romanoa betwaet tally apand their lives prystar and star. Horiense haa h ing into the sex hie of tsetse nies M dnii; ., hmne-making truth — ..r Polyrsealana Wheth.r aha and Cocktail supcroiy managed bj BVg. <... nahaga On ? ol Kent i this mean that the "frvend **•* It's thi „f pendants, brooches and earrii one brooch with genuine_c meo $4. Tta "' ells for less dinim view i re* rool and bar and up1nu> go and walk-out guile insurpaased comfort n many novelties: Indies* Fob n Cricket Bat Compass an d even Harmonica de"gns. One kev -chain has a teleM-opir aerew-up pencil anotnei %  . Phone l'itctiers--44T2 ..ften as not you'll get it. i-""£""":.u„;.;;,":: •* %  • c %  "•• % %  > %  > 0 n India all ate %  • lib them taaapoi In doeha i da atrlka, He u eventually exposed and his deOt) ol the Partv costs him his life. : also a victim Of brutal Com I % %  found .. %  ; %  ..*jg %  e ">i moi ,.f Rebuck s•;.. A branch of Sum v ;.-,! M Bwan si. the Oriental '"•w>n. Right Shop features lu.-k Silk Pajomaa oveiiwarc. M I Shop al the ; and High %  I %  an Dent and aa parking m front of the iton an added atthe Fire King Bowls ana .•.lUrrr and Men al wonderful Casseroles (in 4s, r .cvr Here is LadiiV Silk Vnarrived. Theie la table gjasewar* Congo pigmies that these plavei > who win the -ler.-enr—Georgette Bodices and In COCktaU, pony glass. 1 pi glM nted a chnnge ..1 adulation of the world usuallv S.|k Had jackets. And maivellous and 4 I't Klas si/eAnd i,. I. qultoea i don't know but J coupn y* •:.;.,, Chu k their methodi of enforcing' obed,Wtr1 "' ,h HoiVwood lungle. r.|r %  lence and their inhuman murdei ind Silver Kitigree Jewellery from and 1 gallon lee Flasks as well i Horn CWl delicate and ex.juisite. j pi Thermos Flasks. Bee wfwl I I call Ol !*. % %  Orient Whan mean* fhone Ittohcr's' 1 4404. For A Year I'owdcrmakcr find any'you d Id parties '" "Nut illlv mole than ni a small Aimi. m dtj sin? says. She found thai though there is Madaj .. pretenea at gay goings%  I HoUywood*! inhabitaiiUs an dull as any suburbanites! She takes the case history of In all their brutahu that the At "ie An important featun.f the fllm For I? ,,,-mih..h heigMofl i .-u.c of the organiMtion _,,-V' ;,„. B nnarlj ratal mot %  %  that tak.place to mdh .', "*" ,h lid management st.f.Iv: O hobnobbing Uc Purposes. voinmun VI h h s c rdeft hk.Zanuch and one big star whom she horptiai. %  to captain noix-n Hv rtn and i^taiw Du. "" """vwiwd'i ManUeat Destiny. the Rydei i i England, >' 'her place in the world atmosphere to the fttra that U his brother Frank. I am not In l, r "' %  *• all the young girls wl.o deeply apliMlIng and svmp.'itheI jxisitirm to say yea or nay ho "OB beauty contests. iK.rfe p| the this statement, but one thing I thousands of Othera with exuppeculii r tab ith t'i-.i<-' Uadi%  H %  H :. [or Cenaor) Joaeph htiai Hanlfaat Destiny is one Hreen. and matching tribitl herOM "' tne people who has become a relaxing in their mud huivictim "f her own puhlh iiv She At the and of her yeai Hortenso Is noa lr with Ihnteached the d im ppotottag i i"'• Mon thnt for sensain n;-i pnv.de bruggle has recently bet lives (he Polynesians havr ii over ^tai Hollywood .-very time. Tha She then iketehos afJsi htanj Randolph Turpin Bergman, and Frankie Sin dr.i for the middle weight championompletely failed to persuade hei ship. If you saw the first light a oilu-rwiso. ft ai weeks back, you won't want "The situation in Hollywood to miss this one might se em to lend itself partiThe Great Missouri Raid -tin> lif.Uirough THE GREAT MISSOCRI %  %  PW .luldhiiod and as a hoofer in night clubs to Uie i %  Hitting in a easting office and gave hsM .i t. -i S il dom—and i' "" %  week followed 1 she report' hopefully tionallv good ingly intent looks. i stardon 'They're Scared' The efrael of her luccaaa on iierestliig." %  ays Dr. Powderm ker "Although %  he bm bt en .• % %  • %  ucci I night clttb dam. -I. %  ii. OM h-iks down upon all dan. mc and hegoal has eompletelv .hanged "She fancies herself as a great nd hdln about how she would like to sing '<' i men' She thinks all talk BBOUt i pjalK is nonsense. She deaervea a big house capering Chuck Williams su;>oBn say — the tllm is %  vioatn mil light eomedy mid brutal melodn%na. with the and .tune Havoc as his glitterinI.mi. Hros. riding high, wide wife and a hu ol a pot-hunie.. and handsome and in thvii i. well Bt lawless exploits, being glonlled 1 am not a golfer, but I en heroes. This time, it Is the lived every moment of the film Union Soldiers who allegedly and I Mi..uId imagine that orive the "peaceful boys" to %  | .if the gam* will find life nf crime which FOLLOW THE SUN .rood enterby the first train .. tumment America and which ends, with Not onlv that hc diecovera of the hill. She wants to e^. the bach bj ,h,t piodu.ers, direc to r s % %  .* married and la lookanj Cora cattle Woman on Tier 13 4 Ids own men. "'" sUirs are positively acred to man .. r a docto,to make n ood Foi seme reason. R.K.O's fllm Wendell Corey, Macdonald neath or ambitious young women, th.it is pll ml—husband." -I .. %  ..-, i Anne ii.nen all uive Sh-sa>s If these men havrWell. an um KU.SS the IdentK] %  yell .he new title of T1IK a good account of th'msejves in a friendship it is usually with of Mi-s Manifest DOStlny w' M \N i >\ PIFR 13 S4'vcnii ihc principal rolte; oUrectiori is •omeoos ariao bi slreada staBtaaaThai about rtuni uj thi %  youths after its releeee. ComBOCKI and the scenery In Technlful. interesting results of Di 1'owdriBlirtely Inaccurate and DOBoolor Is superb In fact, ICl trie One famous man said he maker's year among the HOI LW. the new title gives BO beat thing In the i Im would n -t think of K"lng out w-nrtd Hottentots. —L.fc.K. Weir wh..t d'you anew Waa The' n here 1 Yr>. Sn ;ii"i |g ..: % %  BtkBhOI w.dei i im Dfl Of B three shipment*of cars duck's back. Wax iwhat enables e| t'ol. Oai iga -llillman Sedans, the h>rny cactus to live under the Station Wagons and Convertibles, desert suns. yep. And Wax. In any Regarding this last, only two arone ol Johnson's Wax 1 rived. OnC is Bold, Are rOu snap|uch BS QlO-COai f Una BoOTI fisMiss ping up the other'Never in greatei will give yuu Ihe most lu urOU demand, the unmeiiel> popular and haid SUrfaM WlllU't'l Ihllinaii with !"s biKrar n-..mmess. POLISH ING S.a.ad 11 on HU email car economy, is a tup-flight clo-dat d.--m. \< \ And to km %  -.o'-t buy. A call to Cole's 0wclean and potato in one ( I i. will ensure a demonJohnson's Liquid Wax makes the tratton that please tauTilW Lets mpossihle poaslbla Distrlhutod Ol COtOUta 10 choose from, too by K. J. Haiuel-Snulh you'll tlnd • Johnaon'a Bfaa Products it Has l']) ihiiion Hiishv's vei> i lose Barbados Co-op Cott.ei Factory. to Swan and James Streets, there's ph 2039. "' the "hop flint 'Frequently has Evenmlnj 1 Phase's Dry (;O.H(^ ^ ( ^^ (|i sjeuttand Blue, I -v and nnnv other col" %  "' """• T.,!"",-";',,„ u," n. HMl.,ml 36" WM*. pull me l !" P ""> ' ', And wl.ll. hemnnched Kdln' lHr 3 % "<" J" ""' '' ,' Kerditoi (or SOc .,.,d while ond "i> %  %  -'.' ,' \ .'. coloured >n ..-„, dei K i. from " ""••,"' %  "„. lOe.-ll.. > derful v,lur. the .Montahlnf Wrtyley J"**,"' S... I...re Ihe Men's Kluiki the fh-ls....ue ll50l Shirts. r.,.vernn..i.l F.. 1 II.... ,.t An %  '" pi.rp"~"'"" '"_ S4.50 .,.! U ,.,,.•. I.-.V.1...P-nil • • I,,., II imfortoblj p W • „m load Witt leiiTI.e.HKl'l s.. HnruNkM Inuks e B g e r 1 v .....un.l f.nicudaaOUl scenes, ODd m then flolefully reports : "Stranife lots of servants. TIM paopll wciclimaxed "• a ysuccess via the sex formuli burn to be methanics rtoom.-.l hold-up in Irequently doe. not work." to live in little house. ;.t the (.>! o$e Palmolive Soap as Doctors advised for a Brighter, Fresher Complexion! Owdort p.o.e .hoi Polmol... Soap a .mp.o.. 0 rr.p.,., 0 „ .emo'.ool, .n no-v wo,i O'. .km look. I*., •.!, dull fj.o. Ikhl -ondc-f.ll, b'-nt-'-r Coor.. : J0 ..nr, thin appoan fir*. do oi 36 ibin ipreialuii 2 rTwe*4eeae*laaaaaas -*•• 3 Oo rkri J --., o oli. 'o. >a aaya a a aaaaaaaaaaaaayg W So beautifully easy. . 90 easily beautiful because BrylfoanVi rJga lathit rtunaai thoroughly and efforttndy, InliMing vit-liiv into iv.rv ivpe ol luir Look in your nurror and tee Imw a llrvll win 'hainpou really dt-ci bring new lorclineis to your hau; i..l how pliable U it a, too. So etty-tivuir. rtfSlahl Iron, the tube, llrylloam needs no preparation or IBCBB' rm >. In tubes, the >Wid> gad the Jarf* ,."—'H %  (. %  • the re's more foam in BRYLFOALM IHt ORiaiNAL SHAMPOO IN A IUIE MOSQUITOES CNOANG£R y HCAITH FLIT KIUS MOSQUITOES AND OTHtK INSUT FISTS Posi-war power Pre-war price New red, while and blue tin IOJ. t UJ KUWI i^commendea KI.IMisidc.l I..i nif.nt feeding—It'.alway. pure, Mfo and uniformly ii..iiri.hin|(. KI.IM uj.pli.s tin important food cwndal. needed lor b.bics lo grow strong and lie.lthy. And Kl IM is r..itl.l\ digevted-anulhcr iinporianl feature. Anon all, Kl IM 'aJtfmhUt. It', nui .uipriting that M, iiuny Mother, pfefel i! I.KLIMisporo.iefomllk 2. KLIMaecp. without relriq. ration 3. KLIMqualify iialwoy. uniform 4. KLIM It e.client far qrowlae. children 5. KLIM adds nourishment fa ceakad dishes KLIM IS HCOMUINDI0 IO INPANT HI0IN0I 7. KLIM l ofe io MM .pelall.eeal tla 8. KLIM it producod und.r .frM..I .oafral REAL *fg% f 'COWFORT Brondcluih-. l.v "'.' \ "I ure idealU .tiiliv, for men'a i-liirii I iji m i ind foi ladies' DIOUWH. TI > I %  %  %  yet Brfimo.,ih in %  I. -iiml mi.-, ill..iiul-le The DuffitHn, .' pinin dasslgng On llljlll ll.U'r. ground., m tin* Wo ia a riniart, innpan dPHignefl Lof rnati 1 patterrm confined b grounds. BaaJny golutely pre shrun; gh, Bisaty and Cham. • atrilting, %  in.ui atripea with a lew dirk hu k' n unpj in %  lirondtlolli. excluMvelv : | |i.,j.im.i-. With tripes mi white link lip .ire I ;tiit'.n/.d gfa (or your 1*1' ^= n ( i £ The next tinuv U buy lro:idc %  Intlw. ult Fbf "Tex-m.-nle" LOOl for the i.S :it i1u .-; IMII and "Tex-mnde" l .; %  n Ihe pier*gixidn M ike aure you ln;\ %  **-1 • %  iu l 'fi-t 'IVx mule" broadc'loths -m-MAOt" IS WELL MM FLIT— WORLD'S NO. 1 INSECTICIDE CONTAINS DDT Use Flit Powder fot crawling insects mir IN piiFiimci THI wane OVII