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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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ESTABLISHED



PRIME MINISTERS ~

1895

Sunday



a re ee ee



BARBADOS, Oe POBE.® 5, 1952

ILL



TRY



TO BUILD UP EMPIRE TRADE

Mr. Braine Wants
A Declaration

THE COMMONWEALT
London in November to discuss the sterling area's payments

difficulties. The issues inv
theme of the meeting will

trade—particularly Empire trade.

how best can this pe done?
The suggestion of a prominent
Conservative M.P., Mr. Bernard
Braine, Honorary Secrete~y of tne
Imperial Affairs Committee, is for
a Commonwealth Declaration cf

Independence. This, he states in
the latest issue of “Comment
should be the first iiem on the
agenda,

Last year Britain bought goods
from the United States to the
value of £380 millions. In return
we exported goods to the yvclue of
only £153 million. To close the |
gap, exports would need to be;
nearly trebled and even if that
were possible, American manu-
facturing interests might not per-
mit it to happen. j

There are only three ways the}
gap can te breached, says Mr.}
Braine. The Americans could buy
more from overseas. They could
lend more thus stimuleting the
development of new wealth or
they could continue paying others
to take their goods.

Unhappily, he continues, they,
show little readiness to understand
the



need for the first, they are
not seriously interested in the
second and are curiously insensi-

tive to the resentment engendered
by the third,

There is always the possibility
that the dollar problem will in
time solve itself. The United
States, far from being a land with
@ surplus of raw materials. is now
faced with a deficit. The expan- {|
sion of her economy is so rapid
that within the next 25 years it
is likely it will double itself. It
will thus create the dual needs to
import ever increasing quantities |
of raw materials and export)
capital to develop new sources of
supply.

Long before this state of affairs |
is reached much can happen. And |
in any event, says Mr Braine,| 3
the sterling areas wealth, while
available to all, is not just there | §
to be sucked into the American;
economy regardless of the effect
apon the rest of the world,

The way in which economic de-
velopment of the Commonwealth
is undertaken cannot be separated
from the needs, both social and



economic. of its peovles.
What then should we do, he
asks?

There is no easy way out of the}
difficulties. Tax concessions .can |
bring about additional effort from
the individual but Government
must do more than that. It must)
show clearly that the era of drift
is at an end and that henceforward
we intend to rely upon our own)
resources of strength at home and
in the Cemmonwealth. Within }
such a unit there could be no more |
effective long-term instrument for |
building up trade and stimulating
development than verre tas

iff's.

But Britain has surrendered the} h
right to use that instrument. Un-
der the Washington Loan Agree-
ment and under the Gener al

U.K. Will Reply
To Iran Today

LONDON, Oct. 4.

The British Foreign Office said
Rritain’s replv to Iranian premier
Mohammed Mossadegh’s “ultima-
tum” for sttlement of the oil
dispute would be presented today
in Teheran.

The reply was expected to re-
ject the ultimatum proposal
whch expires today but informed
sources said it would leave the
door open for further dis ion
of an attempted settloment.—U.P









Premier Pinay’s
Govt. Threatened

PARIS, Oct. 4.
Attempts to oust Foreign Min-
ister Robert Schuman chiefly on
the grounds that he is subjecting
France to American domination,
threatened on Saturday to explode
into a crisis for Premier Pinay’s
Government, Pinay has indicated |
he would quit if Schuman were

forced to resign.
—U-P.

Theatre Fire
Claims Anather

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4.
The Empire Theatre fire last
Thursday afternoon claimed an-
other death early this morning.
Boysie Samaroo, 22, one of the
projectionists trapped in they;
theatre’s projection room by the
sudden fire died at the Port-of-
Spain Colonial Hospital where
he had_ been detained since
Thursday.
Joseph Mahabir his co-worker
who had also been trapped died
yesterday.

SUSPENDED

(From Our Own Cecrespondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4





S. G. Benson, Trinidad’s Super-
intendent of Prisor nce Sep-
tember
pend ¢



aging
fane

|right to

| give or

H PRIME MINISTERS meet in |

olved are several. The main!
be the building up of world

Agreement on Tariffs
Britain undertook not
existing tariff pre

and Trade
to increase
erences to Com-





monweuith territories nor to grant
new ones

Mr, Braine points out that tar-
iffs can be bar trade but
hey hay and nobody
would ast their wholesale re-
moval. ‘Tariff preferences on the
other hand cannot be regarded as
barriers to trade. They ensure
reductions in tariffs in orde to



encourage trade to flow in particu-
lar directions. They stimulate the
production and exchange of desir-
able commodities, and by encou
bilateral and regional bal-
s of trade are a stabilising







facto
In a wor
raw mater

a short of goods and
, a restoration of ihe

tariff preferences

1ediately effect the
volume of inter-Commonwealth
trade But the situation will
chanze once the peak of re-arma-
ment has been reached and then,
he warns, it might be too late to



adjust
would not im







requirements wherever possible

Remanded



from C: da rather than from the

United ites, but there are some

who are fearful of taking this O

step. They argue it would give n ar e
needless offence to the a

States. Yet the Americans them-

selves give tariff preferences to

the Philippines and Cuba as well
as to their own dependencies. And

the United States can give
ee preferciace. to, foreign
lands, then the countries .of, the

Of Robbery

His.Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith,
Acting’ Petice Magistrate of Di

Empire, bound, by far more inti- wales ipesyesterday
file ties, should be allowed to Unfit Wetober 7 Arthur Hinds a
use the same instrument freely. abourer of Martindales Road an
a charge of robbery with vio-
It could not be objected, Mir. lence.
Braine concludes, that the restor- Mr. F. G. Smith is appearing

ation of Commonwealth rights to’ 9n
exchange preferences tor
would impair the rest of G.A.T.T,
since it would make no difference
to agreements already
with foreign countries to
tariffs.

There would be distinct advan-
tages also in extending perferen-
tial treatment to Western Europe.
Whatever the argument for or
against an outright merger of the

behalf of Hinds
Springer is conducting the
ease for the pros*cution. Bail in
ree the sum of £25 was allowed
reached INQUIRY ADJOURNED

reduce

The inquiry einto the
stances surrounding the death of
24-year-old Kenneth Springer oi
Flat Rock, St. George was further
adjourned yesterday by His Wor-

while Inspec-



circum-

E.P.U. and the sterling area, it i ship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting

: > ~ y « jetri “ ,
quite feasible to tie-up European Police c oroner of District ‘A’
and sterling aréa economies by Util Saturday, October 11.

means of a three-tier tariff sys- Kenneth Springer was detained

tem. Under this, all trade with-,at the General Hospital on Sep-
in the Commonwealth, and per-|tember 18 after he was involved
aps some trade between thejin an accident on Haggatt Hall
Commonwealth and Westernjroad with a car about 11.15 a.m,
Europe would enjoy full prefer- | the same day. He died at the
ence, And all other trade between |General Hospita! five days later.
Western Europe and the ey T. B. RADAR SOLD.

c ealth would have a lower|—— ecg
upreferenice rating” while remain- The T, B. Radar, a motor vessel
ing trade would have no prefer-|now lying in Carlisle Bay which
ence at all, was in dispute in the Court of

Such a system, claims Mr.|Admiralty in the suite of the
Braine, would provide assured | Owner, master and crew of the



Stuamship Amakura, was sold to
Mr, M. E. R
of $11,000,

His Lordship the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore, Chief of the
Admiralty, gave directions for the
sale of the motor vessel to Mr.
Bourne

YACHTSMEN

markets for a large par of the
world. It would promote stability
and create confidence in the
future. It would safeguard em-
ployment, encourage investment,
reduce dependence upon the
United States, and above all hasten
convertibilit

. Bourne for the sum






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| FIVE TRINIDAD YACHTSMEN here pictured at the Barbados
Yacht Club arrived here yesterday to take part in the 2nd Inter-
colonial Tournament The other
of the Trinidad team is due to

Tornado this week member

arrive today

remanded






€ RIC KE TERS RETURN

fin

i

f

begin the process of readjustment. |

In recent years an effective |»
preference has been enjoyed by (
the sterling area Commonwealth
because of the general dollar re
shertage. Sut t kind of pret- }
erence is indiscriminate and un- i
selective. To take just one exam- tie
ple, it operates, against the Cana- hy
dians. Grave injury has been in- CLYDE WALCOTT, Everton Weekes and Roy Marshall, three Barbadian professionals who returned by tho ‘Golfito” yesterday after a sne f
| flicted on Anglo-Canadian trade. cessful season in tie Dancashire jpeneue, in England. Also agen in the picture are Everton's wife and their six-month-old son :

We could seek io repair the|-——— ae “ 7
| damage by importing our dollar }

ar

| Barbadian

U.S. Drafts Angr
J gry’ Cricketers

Note To Russia —























with ed 15—1,
want of a
Luck«

rous here in the mid- ‘moved a motion to ban subversive
literature, seconded iy for discus-

referred to his anti-, sion

spee last night at

speech ist nig In the course of his peech
get into
what I
and thig
rong protest from the
who revarded it as a

nearly fell

econder

agreed through for

but Lione)

cooperatives and

the action Congress had taken on

Fishernain Dead: |:





; axing these cooperative which who earler t year
Wonmn Arrested \ are so numerous here
die-west,
Leslie Moore, a_ fisherman He also
Half Moon Fort, St. Lucey, 4d Communist
ym his way to the General H fem yvaukee saying he wanted to




Jagan spoke of
power you

vill do to

; brought a st

‘when IJ
and sec
you all,”

’itel in the Police Van about 1

o'clock last night’ after it I
lleged that he had been stabbed would res
at, Bull’s Alley zens,

ize that any drive
under his Ike
pect the

against
iders
rights uf

wait
hip :

citi-



rember




Moore's body was later remov- enhower meanwhile prepar- | threat
ed to the Public Mortuary ed a major policy atement t . .

Eulalese Martin or Bryan (25),| ‘follow wu charge that Luckhoo who spe eaded the
+ domestic servant of Hagg Commun h: id penetrated the attack n the motior described
Hill, St Andrew, has beer J ac ministration and had caused an! Strachan and Smith elf-con-
arrested in connéction with ihe} “ugly triurnph—treason itself.”’ | fessed militant Communists whose
matter —U.P. allegiance was not to the crow

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General Clay Takes The Blame.















itt}
NEW YORK, Oct that iman had brought th fo the Amer ‘ Ber 1X
General ‘L icius Clay said on mat ‘aa up at this time. He 4 and of the ))
Saturday that he takes full re- “He ha ittempted to involv4 the Hi 4 I
sponsibility for arranging Amer- General Eisenhower i 1 picture confe me 1 Briti ii}
ican access to Berlin and that in which Gener: EFisenho French and Ruf fficials j i
Dwight Eisenhower had nothing had no direct part.” He iid he cluding thie ‘ State A if
directly to do with it Clay never heard any complaints at bassador to Great B " \
issued a tatement in answer the time about arrangement Feen held I ) 1 if
to a speech made by President made in 1945 for the entry of fo e occupat ‘GCG i)
Truman in San Francisco in United States troops to Bel He there )))
the President charged and that Truman had brought roa e use to enter B )]
Eisenhower was partly to the matter up on Saturday fe I ! { ; t \
for the Berlin blockade. ‘the first time h te tor ‘
‘ormer deputy to Eisenhower, Clay said that as_Bise
tive in Eisenhower's Re- deputy for the Milit (
t imp f the Pres- 1 are?
vf t ‘ U.P



SA




In Fi ilm Fire

outside }
destroyec

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4
TRINIDAD’S FILM CITY located in St. James just
*ort-of-Spain proper, had a fire last night which
1 about $400,000 worth of films. The blaze which

broke

day’s Em
thing Ca

technicolour

earlier.

‘The

out
lasted about 90 minutes. It

after an explosion ir

followed by

the nding reom

24 hours Thurs-



pire Theatre fire and ate such new films as Any
n Happen, and Just For You a Bing Crosby
musical which was ore about 24 hours

I it torehouse for all
the colony's films was established

a fe ycurs ago by film companies
is 10 doing business here ty put an ened

to frequent disast as Kh is ta
city it timated “th Paran-

: mount lost about 45 films hue

7 !
Returns Pee 5

Artists suffered the greatest loss

tt. Rev. .€

Dishop of Barbados, returned
j home yesterday in the S.S, Golfito
jtrom England after an absence of
lsix month
| At the Baggage Warehouse to
{welcome him were the Very Re
E. Hazlewood, Dean of St
lt acl and many other mem
gg s of the Clergy and Laity
The Bishop said that he had
|\ve enjoyable stay in the U.K
| ring whi time 1 visited
jm ny pat otf England and al
; went over to Scotland for a time
Wuring his iour, he met man
lw mbers of the Anglican Clerg
Oo ustd to be in Barbado

luding Rev. H. J. Scott of St.
eonard’s, Rev. Hutchins of Si
Aatthias, Canon P. D. W. Moore
id others who have sent kind

embrances to their many
ends on the island
Bishop Mandeville attended
hird World Confrence oO
hurehes in Sweden when ovet
250 delegates from all part o

main religious church o
1 orld attended,

He said that the Conference
is held on the grounds of the
niversity of Lund and _ lasted
xr” two weeks and the rea
ung which impressed

as the spiri
nd mutual 1
Bishop Mar

secure two priests,

id Rev. Ru
Diocese
ming out to



Ht A Mandeville, |

everyon

t of great friendshi
inderstanding
ideville was able to
the Rev, Potts
ssell of London fot
and these will be

Barbados early next















! $ ir
He said that Mr, Russell, ;
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4, ack ome tu ae nt who will be ordained’ by
1 tishop
The United States is drafting an angry note to Moscow | Ce ven fe aoe next
é ‘ , >. € nin out ft

protesting a “shameful” unryecadented demand for the im Three Barbadian profeasional| aster "and seven ree en ie

mediate recall of Ambd © Georgesl’. Kennan topmost cricketers “(Clyde Walcott, Roy} Codrington College. are expected THE LORD. BISHOP

United States expert on Soviet affairs. Marshall and Everton Weekes)]to arrive here as soon as passage: ecereeentinaee desi

From President Truman and . eT er orate nae from[°an be arranged
Secretary of State Acheson down england by the Golfito after hav- ——— >..2 r
through the State Department} " a : a ssful season in the 1 1 - . I rince Aly Khan
canks, tempers were high over the! ° * | Lancashire League both with the ’ :
Kremlin's blunt order. | Musical Recital }|; bat and the ball, Everton wa mM ustrialists Will Talk W ith

Stiff re-allatory measures were " x | *« injied by h ie and 2 ’ ¢ :
-eported under close study, in- At SL. Leonard S$ |! mn Os eee u ull Cost $24,000 His Lawyer M day
cluding the possible demand for aS ‘ sion

sn File * . The were met at the Baggage (From Our Own Covre de . -

the ouster from the U.S. of new | The musical recital ; 3 ? UBB AL respondens)

a akin aia id Salet at St. /| \Varehouse by Mr. F. A. C. Cl PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 4 IS. Oc
Russian Ambassador Georg! Zar- | Leonard's. Ohurch in aid of Le teres ia Pe fa Ss ma 'hp-comh. ok tie “ieik ‘oa , ae dedi ai aeons Oct. 4,
ste wal mite Pana | Choir Funds promises to be j ‘al of the sarbado Cric ket} ! British industrial idviser et fer with hig Siew R aaa Mon =
credentials a » ainme . . é , MK yi 8 yer on } day
ib .te :, de ve a 2. Ne serious ” fine enterts: ent. | Association he British West Indies sometime} because hi: itter x at reconeilia-
jus en day , AB m fo. 8 us There are fourteen items | his monts is put at $24,000. This! t } 4s 5 npt at reconeilia-
thought was eine ee cen’ on the programme. These Clyde and Everton, who played| vill be borne by oe pede ae ; ay with uta Hayworth “is not
ae Crees vl t 7 Ormatic Teranone include soprano, tenor and or Enfield d Bacup respec fad, Jamaica and British Gui te S ty ria sf The ay ~~ yg
ante ; obaas ae Moscow baritone solos, while in ad- tively, will be returning to Eng-,Governments, the Honour tbl r A ae eae 7 7 :s ys . ‘ ni
at ton oe Cree ee oa ; a hy dition to the organ solos land next year, while Roy, who|R. W. Robertson, Financial Secre- ave heres els Seer hat Mas
salc ; ne re : ake r ps ‘i * My there will be solos by violin, immed out for Lowerhouse, has{tary disclosed Per = rie. aS My te on ir p r miber 24, at “a
chilly formal rela Seta ros ot saw, trumpet and clarinet, no plans for the future which will be led t ; am] least for the time being” she had
continue indefinitely between the played by members of the biel iss ec ry Lineoln| dropped divorce proceedings
be gerleegicy on ees ape t Police Band. Roy told the Advocate that they Me aimee oan csv: Indu aga'nst her princely nye sband, and
until after the United States clec- * . had very wet season wt weet amited wi eave Englan he moved into his Paris home,
i , ieve, weve In addition to these there ida n which was] p.tonen 1° a ,
er oS eeu tell monks | will be an all male quartette incidentally, a bad financial on one A Phe visit is being} R tarted flowing on Sat-
eerotncnd. ws UP, led by Mr. -¥es‘us hempest. os a the point of view of the Indies ap een ts of a We he irday morning that the “on onan

. be a clubs, . who wal na igait romance was 0
- hingpelt one aa solois , o be advised on future industrial vir Mi Hayworth had
. ook iad On er tears se that Mr. He said that Worrell and Rama-| /¢velopment. moved to the Ritz Hotel.—wU.P.
Planter Outlines | 8. Burke Organist of the dhin had remained in England
nt . ge Church, and his son will both _~ ven von and himself,
" were q e prepare oO play
Economic Position | | render ‘organ solos. igainst ‘the Indians If thelr sete
(Prom Our Own Correspondent) lc or eats See ere cal nad ti
GRENADA, Oct. 4. ee _ fm eee
sec: ticle » Wey ax aye
indian a eee ate U.S. Ti I i No bother, no worry,
a i airy amaLes s
Grenada”, Mr. Louis Strauss, ed ;
English planter, gives an outline} Deeply Disturb B.G. Aeeiitidore only infinite
of the facts of the island's ect 7 m a Oct. 4 le d j
mic position. He says that as a DULUTH, Minnesota, Oct. pleasure and enjoyment
esult Mr. Gairy last Thursday| _ Eiserhower on paigning ae ? Denounces
eieited his Lasanesse estate “ac-| Minnesota and the Dakotas tok si
visited his Lasages 5 “—_ 1c™ oogeoee ily sh Rentbe crowd that tax- | C to dining and enter-
20 aniec av reats. ¢ every] * . . |
pomess e oy ag : i i ve \ payers were deeply disturbed bs | ommunism ay F I:
Ee Aa tune ir is + ‘fe j the “sheer thievery” which had a | taining, simply by
simular ate 0 la sulrerce : ns ‘ - ale ‘ Govern-| ree spondent) .
during the 1951 strike by the /occurred in ne re ; â„¢ aiid B.G., Oct serving K.W.V. Wines.
Governor's ADC. If anything|ment. The nominee lc ul oa Frid ce |
{h-ppens to my estate people or | # Duluth for a day of pl ee Ly
(myself, the instigator should be)ping into North and = Soulls ¢ ot y Dr |
as al scover.” | Dakota Chede j nt r th |
jiscover. ae 1€G * 1
ge ade . holds a Market} He said the en sacaeia ee ment to lift the ban on entry Into
em am e 4 gusted by the inept leadership We ihe slony of Billy St han and |
Square meeting to-nigh deen having over the? past a e - rae i
| seve n yea He said he was :
aware of the growth of farm- The motion, which was defeat-



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ADY RANCE, wife of Sir
Hutert Rence, Governe f
Trinidad, was intransit fro: E-
land by the ss. “Golfito” yester-

day on her way hack to Trinidad
after a holiday in the U.K.

She was accompanied by Mrs.
J. Eastiey, wife of Commander
Eastley, Private Secretary to Sir
Hubert Rance.

Physician Specialist

R. DENIS BERNARR IRWIN,
M.RC.P, (Englatid 1947),
M.D., (London 1948), has been
appointed on three years’ agree-
ment to the pdést of Physician
Specialist, Barbados Genera! Hos-
pital.

He arrived in the colony yester-
day by the S.S. Goifito from the
United Kingdom and was accom-
panied by Mrs. Irwin and _ their
two children.

Mr. Irwin who
























is 35 years of
age ro M.R.C.S. ang
L.R.C.P. in January, 1940, and
M.B., BS., in May 1940. From
July 1942 to December, 1946, he
served tn the Royal Army Medica
Corps. being graded as Phyaiciar,
in January, 1944,

Since 1946 when he was demob-

Mr. &

Intransit Worthing, Sussex.

The ceremony which wa

ISS ENID BROOKES who is
a clerk at the General Post



Married Yesterday a

‘horal was conducted-by the Rt.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952

—



Mrs. PETER WAY



ilised from the R.A.M.C., Mr De ththe ?
Irwin worked in Westminster Y PSTERDAY afternoon at 4.00 Exhibition Of Booklets
Hospital, England, where _ till o'clock at St. John’s Church ae j
recently he held the posts of Senior Mr. Peter Way, son of Mr. and N exhibition of. booklets Bs
Medicai Registrar and Senior Mrs. Way of Indian Pond, St. ~ be on show in the British
Tutor, and Medical Officer to the Jos ph, took his “bride Miss Council Reading Room, Wakefield,
Nursing Staff. smart, second daughter of Mr, Whitepark Road for two weeks
ind Mrs. Smart of Kynance, from Monday 6th October.

This series of authoritative
assessments of authors, past and
present, who have influenced their
own and later times is printed for

s fully

Rev. Bishop Bentley assisted by ~itie + é
Office, Basseterre, St. Kitts, was > pl A. = eanieee. The bride Cendant Oy
among fhe intransit passengers yh. was given in marriage by appear as worthy ‘Supplsmenta' to
from Grenada yesterday morning Dr. W. H. E. Johnson wore a «British Book Naw’ Bach issue
by pate She had been spend- 3)..5 of white lace with a veil has a portrait frontispiece and a
ne a Ao oc and is now on and Juliet cap of tule and orange select bibliography.
er way back home. blesscms. Her bouquet was of -
i ta ‘roses, xpress y designed to inter-
Spent Three Months wee Tae sis as ae est tha serious student of litera-
She was attended by Miss voan ture, and to serve as a
ETURNING to the U.S.A. on Knight and Miss Sara Egglesfield introduction to the authors trent
A’. Thursday last via Puerto wii wore picture gowns of ap- ed, the booklets are excellent
wico by B.W.I.A, were Miss Eunice |jiqued tulle over lavender and backgrounds to further study.
fones, Public Health Nurse of jj,4, carried muffs of lavender. “No recent project has been more
Brooklyn and her cousin Master The duties of bestman fell to justifiable and more admirable”,
Eustace Jones.

They had been
spending three months’ holiday in
the island as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arlington King of “Horace-

Mr. David Murray

On Goodwill! Tour

M* C. SPANTON ASHDOWN,
A Assistant Manager of the
Trinidad Office of the Alcoa
Steamship Company who arrived
in Barbados on Thursday last left
for St. Lucia by B.W.1A. yester-

From England

f ‘APT. E.
4 missioner of the

Ambulance 3rigade, and

while those
of ushers were performed by Mr.
Eric Robinson, Mr. Douglas Mul-

SLAB. Chief Back

B. WILLIAMS,
St.

Williams and their daughter Miss

says the Times Literary Supple-
ment, “The Work of chosen au-
thorities, worth their place in the

Roplesfie 2 -, Shelves of every reader.”
ville”, 2 ill. len, John Egglesfield and Mr. vy = yea & mM
Walle i hie Dieta Miss David Evans. Recent issues include | Shelly
Jones took the opportunity to _ 4 reception was held at Indian a Stephen Spender, “Elizabeth
vis t Trinidad, — Pond and the honeymoon is be- Owen by Jocelyn Brooke,
4 ng spent at Sam Lord’s Castle. Milton” by E. M. W, Tillyard

and “Edith
Lehmann.

There are so far 29 titles in the
series,

Sitwell” by John

Com-
John
Mrs.

Back Home
Me: HORACE CLARKE of
“Brentford”, Belleville re«

day. Rlizabeth Williams, returned turned home during the week by

Mr. Ashdown is on a goodwill from. England yesterday by the B.W.I.A. from the U.S.A. via
tour of the area and from St. Golfite after three months’ holi- Puerto Rico, He accompanied
Lucia will return to Trinidad 9@y. eat land oh, Wite for a six weeks’ holiday.
thus completing shis eight-day _ Mrs. Williams, who is Island She is spending four months with
tour. He was a guest at the Commissioner for Girl Guides, at- her aunt, Mrs, R, Van Exen, of

_ SEAN-PIERRE

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Aquatic Club,
Back From U.S.A‘

R, JOHN A. PEREIRA who

arrived here recently from
the U.S.A. has been released from

tended the Chief Commissioner's
Conference at Foxlease while in
the U.K.

She was welcomed back home
by a Guard of Honour of Guides
and Rangers under Miss_ E.
Laborde, Commissioner for Rang-

Brooklyn, New York.
A Son
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.

and Mrs. J. C. Proute of My
Lord’s Hill on the birth of a son







FET

At

ST. GABRIEL'S
SCHOOL

| On
|

| Saturday, 18th October
| 3 pm. — 7 p.m.

|

In Aid of

THE SCHOOL BUILDING
| FUND

STALLS:
Needlework
Sweets
Iee Creams
Cakes
Food
Lucky Dips
| Games
Pony Rides
Toys
Variety
Grand Film Show for the
Children from 6 p.m, to

| 6.30 p.m.
Admission to Fete
ADULTS q 1/-
CHILDREN . 6d.

BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION

COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)

announce that as from

TUESDAY 7th OCT.



during the rebuilding of their Premises, their offices will be

situated in

TEMPORARY PREMISES

AT

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Plantations Ltd. Building)

where the
Holder

Cheques may present

full Banking service will be conducted.

of Traveller's Letters of Credit and Traveller's
these at the small annexe which is |
being established in Collins Ltd.’s building in Broad Street |

where a limited Banking service will be provided.



active duty as a Corporal attached
to the 82nd Airborne Division of
the Paratroop Unit stationed at
Fort Bragg, North Carolina,

ers.







Visiting Relatives

on Friday last, Mother and babe
are well. :

Back From Studying

is sd e . I RS. A. K. PAYNE = arrived ¥
iene ot een: Se ne M here during the week from R, KEITH MELVILLE _ re-
and Commission Merchant of the U.S.A. via Puerto Bico: on 3 fre thet ae plage op ee
Rickett Street, visit to her relatives. She is the New ene United Kingdom and
Before joining the service two former Miss Elaine Jemmott and then Ss where he has been fur-
years ago he wasn the automobile } = &4°°* of hor sister anc hrotier- Has bee * areas ae aaa
business with his elder brother !!-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johanseon pote of Optor meine ae -
Carlos in Long Island of Hastings. ille w io dike arent goa
Mr. .Payne who is a Civil th fae H “2 younger son of
Cocktail Dance Engineer and a_ graduate of of St NAdHiog oe eae Vicar
Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, the late De. Maceours iaet
HERE will be a _ Cocktail U.S.A., was unable to make the Optometrist. who was his grand-
Dance at the Crane Hotel on ‘Tip owing to pressure of work father,
Monday October 6 in aid of the 22d hopes to join his wife later.
Convent of the Good Shepherd He r Bi .
from 6 p.m. to Midnight. ‘a, good Advocate Dance OPPS Birthday
public response is asked as it will "WHE “ADVOCATE SPORTS ONGRATULATIONS to Master
help a deserving cause. CLUB” will hold their dance

The music will be supplied by tomorrow night at the Drill Hall
Mr. Keith Campbell and his under the patronage of the Hon.

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MF..-HARCOURT GILL AND
MISS BERTIE RUDDER
Request the pleasure of your
company to their

| ©N MONDAY NIGHT, 6th
| OCTOBER, 1952
At the Children's Goodwill League

| (Constitution Road, St. Michael)
ADMISSION 2/--

Musie by Mr. . Sy Niles*Ork
Stool Band at Midnight’
Served

d Solid
Plesse @etend this invitation
2 Br 10. 52—I1n

CLEARINGS

LADUES LINEN KERCHIEFS—White, Plain, Printed—24cts. were 57 cts.
LADIES PURE SILK FLOWERED HEADSCARVES, a Few Only $5.00

were $12.15.

LADIES FULLY FASHIONED NYLON HOSE $1.80 were $2.41
CORSETS—“BEST FORM”—$4.00 were $8.00—Sizes 30 and 32 Only
Clearing Old Stock LEATHER HANDBAGS $3.00 PLASTIC $2.00
New Shipments PRINTED CREPES, SPUNS, Etc. 89 cts.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952 ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

ECZEMA

fe You Can Stop Burning

, Irritation Quickly

Just afew drops of D.D.D.
Prescription applied to
the bad place. Feel how
wickly the fiery itritaton
es down Quickly and
completely the disfiguring
patches disappear. Thanks
to the powerful action of
this soothing, healing quid

SUNDAY

eat ‘Gardening Hints rom And Garden
For Amateurs | i aunacss

The Age of Chivalry * Amateur: PG REALING

IT has long been recognized that no farm animal equals
. : | the hog in turning food quickly into meat. Are we putting
BB It’s hardly believable, . E —? i” . Pp 2
‘ By G. B. Ss October iy be pines pa a —_ this fact to sufficient use in these difficult times, for there

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weapons as the cross-bow, and followed by its participation an
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famous historical romance, IVANHOE has found its way to | CY « , ‘~ in order for} has at his disposal? Unfortunately, sanitary authorities caa \\ wanowt epee or besmith erjumed
Barbados in double-quick time and is now showing at the |*°s), POUoDe we SPORE, be unnecessarily hard on pig-keepers; true, it is not the 7 rae ual Dolsine
e gardeners who go in for aay sae s e , y invaluable in all cases of olagné
Globe Theatre. I am well aware that there are bound to lannuals, will begin looking at fas-| ‘fault of the pig if it is allowed to exist under squalid and , Spots. Pimples, Boils, Ul-
be differences of opinion and of individual reactions to an |einating seed-catalogues, making! —_ insanitary conditions. ope ie oe Ee are get, Bed Lng toe Gloriously light for day
historical film of this kind, but nevertheless, it is a truly wt 2 long list of seeds while in- eres : _!@ gentle reminder that there is a or Scalds. Keep a bottle and evening, in all the famous
magnificent production in which 12th century manners and lovely the pt son A " - ew | pig about than to be deprived of in the home. orld by C
customs, modes of thought and patterns of living are bril- © SAREE ES OO Sem POU] q R @me to cons arketable Sees eveayvennce.
' nou i 1 1 ear. | t onsume unmarketable
liantly recreated with infinite attention to detail. . | produce or discarded food from |
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he? main plot concerns,the gripping story, make this who sows thew paraen seeas as hey are to-day. A well-kept pig! .
valiant, crusade of Sir Wilfrid excell Ivanhoe. to liberate his ting, grand manner, noia wat tnis is wo early, and | domestic animal, especially under
Richard I of England who is held they sow tneir seeds in vecem- | : Ftesent day ecghomie conditions, KEEP COOL :
captive in Austria, and to thwart BREAKTHROUGH ber, January or even repruary.| THE other day someone told me Well, to continue, The term Silky-smooth to the skin, in al! Goya
the conspiracy of Prince John to some sow even later stil, jhe was thinking of trying Me- thrifty is fully justified in rela- KEEP FRESH the lovely Goya fragrances.
usurp the throne of his brother. Lapet week eat a wicges that iar ae be luwd down Basse - & Uber. I was delighted _ to. Pie. It is, ee, ~ Lipsti hb
. struck me as being definitely one , i a One OL Lnose iscovered that he was] @'ecr’s business to see that, by > 2
The action is spectacular of the better war films. It was garaen questions whicn must be contemplating careful management, this charac- KEEP FRAGRANT
throughout,, beginning with the BREAKTHROUGH and is now/#)SWered individually to tne lik- outting me-| feristic is maintained at a high a Of beautifully blended textare and
jousting in’ the lists, when the playing at the Plaza Barbarees, | 78 v Sach ASCE HE | Basse in an level if the greatest and most Use’: | in shades to flatter all colourings,
challenging knight attempts to With a strong cast headed by! stowever, whenever the seeds | open run| Prelitable weight gains are to be a tacedlaeeeiaae ae eal
unhorse his opponent by charg- David Brian, John Agar and ar aidan OS a w here it ao yg Fo unit of food con~ OE Ne
ing down the lists armed with a Prank Lovejoy, it is a aramatic.| as his job pF a ae Meno’ me k b ; Tartenne “ath oe neg Cnae: SP
sharply pointed tilt. Then there intense and realistic war picture] jp. just ‘as we eer, , Fe ee OF oe ee ee ke
s “ € : just aS well wo start getuny through and raised for market, With breed-~ | |
is the memorable scene of the told in semi-documentary style) tneni reaay early j 3 ren ing stock, while the main object |
storming ef Torquilstone Castle by with Army film_ sequences in- F es oe is st{ll to maintain animals in a TOILET SOAP \ Goya Soap
the Saxons, armed with their serted to great effect. Seed-boxes should never be big, also be a healhy and thrifty condition, : . coe
bows and arrows, who overcome nt j clumsy Lungs at require a uv.!SOurce of damp to his pullets. | feed and management must be ; Superbly perfumed, super-lathering
the Normans, albeit the latter The plot concerns the training}of mould to fill them, Depth is The purpose of litter in a laying] directed against a tendency to The Soap that leaves creamy smooth—=to beautilly the skin
have the. advantage of such of an American infantry platoon,) unnecessary, ior Wie secu: pen is to insulate the hens from] fatten. The treatment of the and leave it delightfully fragrant
|roots are uny and do nol requar damp. Therefore never put litter | ®reecing animal will, therefore | you clean, fresh and
L466 GOOES

saries, And finally, there is the C.I’s literally “crawl” across the on tne suriace so tne whoie dept
deadly duel fought with a spiked country, and the final capture of of the soil in the box is avallaple
mace and an_ axe, between St, Lo, jfor the roots.

DeBois-Guilbert and Ivanhoe The best type of seed-box iS a
that leaves one breathlessly There is no mawkish senti-|jight box measuring about tour
wondering how anyone survived mentality in this film, and the inches deep by 12 inchs wide by

house
keep adding litter every three or

If you put in clean litter when
you place

all

your
you

pullets in
need to do is

the
to

four weeks. Except for the drop-

ping pens and any parts which

intended for slaughter.
Experienced farmers know that|
if breeding sows are allowed te
become too fat, they may fail to
breed regulariy, the litters are
likely to be small and vigorous
health, for the object i: view,
more difficult to maintain. While



toe,





ee

(OSC SOS?

have become wet, there is no need

st 1 cone

this type of combat. men of the platoon are charac- 24 inches iong. Such a box hus
: terized so that we know them
Complex characterizations
not expected in such a film and ajties and friendships and
the majority of the characters are yeactions under the emotional
real and clearly portrayed. Thus jmpact of war. The three main!
we see the valiance of Ivanhoe, ¢huracters are a lieutenant,
who jis still the ideal knight, in (john Agar) a hard-bitten infan-|
his crusade for his king; the self- tpy captain whose emotions are’
denial of Isaac and Rebecca, who we}] hidden (David Brian) and @

are well—their hopes and fears, loy= smal! amount Of soil to fil] it, ana

the advantage of requiring 4

of being easily handied. It

often necessary to move sved-
boxes about, they may neea
more sun, or they may be getting
too much sun, or they may have
to be given shelter if heavy rain
threatens. In all these emergen-

to clean the litter more than once
a year,
on
litter
down or caked on to
Especially
and
take care and fork the
to prevent matting.

But you must always be
the iookout to see that the
does not become mattec ,
the floor. |
around feed hoppers
fountains you must
litter up
Never leave
Remove it at once,

water

wet litter.



a fattening hog ma,
finement and be fed considerable
quantities of starchy food, in-
cluding corn, the breeding anima
—male or female—must be allow-
ed a greater measure of freedom
and exercise, pastured if possible
and given a supplementary ratior
rich in protein and mineral in-

ients. These two elements are

; : 6 ®
though Jews and _ treated as pattie-wise sergeant (Frank Love-| jes the at hat can | It is penny wise, pound een much needed by developing ,
Infidels, give all they have to joy), with the latter as modera-| lifted es ea the raet to iad "aot tea * oe birds,\ pigs, they also stimulate the mill CHU )
ransom Richard; the hatred of tor to his senior officers, have. The small seed-box is | potential ee ae S ae ee ajfow which is further assisted by '
Ivanhoe’s father , Sir Cedric for ‘The acting is of a high standard| aj, idle aduenke . } money earner through}adequate amounts ef green food.
the Aeveaeasas Ret eehediny ea gis 8) p also a decided advantage when |bad sanitation. If you are going }If breeding stock aie to be turned
riciousness of Prince John’s ex- throughout, as are production) the time comes to plant out the jin for poultry-keeping the scien=} ou. to pasture, they should be 4
yacionsn® ‘th ‘1s fea i values and photography, Realistic) seedlings for the box can be taken |tific way you cannot afford to} properly mnEna ip BE ho Amey ORT Af
Sreme nD Me when he dialogue and martial music both}to the garden bed, and the seed- Jignore basic facts. The only way} them from damaging the root
orders his cou to pronounce made their separate contributions | lings lifted and planted one at a]to make poultry keeping pay is] system of grasses or other forage

Rebecea a witch, and the arch- 49 g dramatic war film.

villainy of DeBois-Guilbert, who
JERSEY JOE vs. ROCKY

promises freedom for Ivanhoe'’s
father on condition that the MARCIANO & TARZAN

knight surrenders—and then im-

time, so suffering less hardship
and shock than if they had all to
be taken up, put in a basket and
then wait their turn to be planted
out.

to follow a carefully thought-out

plan. Fortunately you dont have
to think this plan out for yourself,
You just have to follow the ad-
vice which is contained in these

by excessive rooting. An ideal
method in the tropics is the col-
ony house and paddock system. |
These convenient houses are so
built that they can be thoroughly



prisons : Sir Cedric in the The big draw at the Plaza,| The soil for filling the seed- or fen 2, be avoiding ventilated (so essential for pigs
eescons. Bridgetown is the film of th€)poxes should be a mixture of | She tai rae ie pitfalls which beset! at all times) and moved around !
ae from paddock to paddock to per-|

world heavyweight championship

The cast is probably one of the sont petween Jersey Joe Waicott

garden mould, fine charcoal andj
a little sand. These three in-!

It is true that conditions in Bar-



mit forage to re-establish itself





10th

most» notable ever assembled ; i : aes , hi ints d Teli -
; ; " > and Roc Marciano, All thir- ‘ ; Y ee ste i i "=| and for the maintenance of proper ‘abric
with acting monows gees ao tae Sn, ROSE, Ne"aton in aataleeehe be mea Together mad [Gate iar Sunes anenata® ohecenae | sanitation Breeding, goal Anew ®
men: ts Wachee, Taylor jot only from ringside, but from|gifted, making a fine light and|search work into» poultry keeping j aaNet better health | Shop in the

convincingly portrays the ideals within the ring itselfi—blow-by-
ies ee, me age ag blow—with the final knock-out as
Joan eee ara ore 1, Well as the blow that floored
fates OM eart, and (20089 Marciano in the first round, in

she is an excellent actress, I still : .
: eg : he wag S1OW motion. It’s a good fight and| mixture. Allow it to settle and] ten to the tales of those who have] , DN ei acaae a pens,
Oe the Sth comaeny onan her fans certainly won't want to miss/then fill up again. roe es “ae poten it wouk ‘ape, Tenacaaie a: Pare Grane ane
2 it - y retusing to follow P . > ‘ ,
er 5 all good, ‘Tender, young Para \ nal stock
costumes denoted the 12th cen: Shelter of some kind should be|any advice but their own, Y nh 46 ‘very much ‘relished, on An international

tury, The same is true—but toa ‘he feature film is TARZAN’S
lesser degree of Elizabeth Tay- SAVAGE FURY in which the
lor, who is warmly appealing a5 jungle man had adventures
Rebecca, the exquisite beauty galore. The story revolves around
doomed to sorrow. The supporting two English crooks who persuade
cast contains such names at Fin- Tarzan to lead them to the dan-
ley Currie, as the gruff but gerous Wazuri tribe, who use a
kindly Sir Cedric, Emlyn Willi- fortune in cut and uneut dia-
ams as the jester Wamba, Felix monds for their various cere-
Aylmer as Isaac the Jew and monies, Charging rhinos, a black
George Sanders and Robert puma, man-eating crocodiles and
Douglas, the screen’s two master jrate hippos all make the safari
villains, as DeBois-Guilbert and q pretty dangerous affair, but

ps ene epee Tarzan manages to get the party |thus forming a roof over te yom 3 Hae hogar po

ir Hug e racy. st, but through, only to have the crooks |seedlings heads while the sides | come as naturally to us as lifting| ately, it does no rive unde Ps

never least, England’s fine actor, reveal their true colours, where-jare still quite open, This cover | our elbows. So we have to be| very dry conditions and appre- will delight you — if only because you will invariably
ciates semi-shade for permanent find what you want !

Norman Wooland as Richard the upon he outwits them and saves

porous mixture for the boxes,
After a layer of stones has been ;
put in the bottom of the boxes
they should be filled with this

provided for the seed-boxes, for
after planting it is disheartening
to have the seeds washed away,
or seedlings beaten down by a
sudden shower.

| If there is no open shed or
verandah available under which
to put the seed-boxes, shelter
must be rigged up on the boxes
themselves. This is done by nail-
ing a short upright stick to each
corner of the box and placing a
cover on top of the four sticks,
the

is not kept on all the time, but is

is carried on, and for this reason
the advice of the local vet. ought
to be asked whenever you feel in
meed of such advice. But don't lis-

can keep ordinary hens like that
but if you spend money on good
breed birds, good feed, good sani-
tation and good management don't
listen to the amateur. He may be
right but the chances are that he
doesn’t know because he is too
proud to seek information from
the right source.

I am hammering home this
point because all of us in Barba-
dos suffer from this “know-all’”
bump. We just cannot believe
that we were not born with facul-
ties which make poultry keeping

reminded by our mistakes that we
don’t know quite as much as we










Where space or land is too lim-|
ited for this method, the soiling |
system should be practised. That |
is to say, green fodder should be |

well as black-eye pea vines and
other legumes. Green food par
excellence is furnished by the |
plant known as Primrose—one |
of the richest in protein of the)
non-legumes to be found in these)
parts, although not common in|
this island. We write from ex-
perience of the effect of this won- |
derful plant on the milk flow of |
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they can jump for it. Unfortun-|

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F i f brilliant, Lex Barker, Dorothy Hale and ar i Megasse is an excellent litter | acquaintance of this useful and
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SUNDAY

GOODBYE INDIAN TOUR Yesterday's Cricket

TO WEST INDIES

Intercolonial Yachting And
Basketball This Week

By O. S. COPPIN

HERE is every indication in West Indian as well as Indian ericket

circles that the proposed tour of an Indian team to Barbados in
1952-53 will not materialise. A Reuter’s Press message last week
from India credited Mr. J. C. Mukerjea, President of the Indian Cricket
Board of Control with saying that the Indian tour of the West Indies
might fall through unless certain modifications, suggested by the
Indian Board, are accepted by the West Indies Cricket authorities.

India’s idea, the despatch went on to quote, was that there should
be one day’s rest after three days’ play in each Test match and two
days’ rest before each Test match,

He added that if the Indian Board did not receive a reply by
October 6 in time for a meeting of the Board on that day that it would
be assumed that the proposals had not betn accepted.

WHAT “CHEEK”!

HIS is a complete example of consummate “cheek” and certainly

constitutes the most amazing example of indifference that has
been exhibited by a responsible cricket body, to my knowledge, ever
since I began to study Imperial cricket.

The West Indies Cricket Board of Control have not yet released
their reply or comment on these dcmands but I am certain that the
Board will find themselves unable to grant this modification amon
the many other preposterous ones the Indian Board has been making
all during the course of the negotiations.

They have asked to change or amend the list of fixtures no fewer
than three times. They have asked to be flown to London so that
they could make steamship connections there because of their having
to leave later following their Test commitments with Pakistan.

W.L. MAY LOSE $18,000
7T}HE WEST INDIES BOARD OF CONTROL have already informed

the Indian Board that the tour might result in a loss of 50,000
rupees or ($18,000 B.W.I.) rather than make any profit. How in the
face of this information a Board can then ask for modifications that
are bound to increase expenses and restrict the sources of revenue
can only be regarded as supreme indifference

We are asking them to play six-day Tests of five hours each and
we played in India five-day Tests of six hours each. We played in
India even on SUNDAYS, the day on which the Master himself
rested, and now the West Indies are being told that the Indians must
rest after three days, and they will also rest on Sundays in these
parts as well.

TIRED! WELL STAY AT HOME

HE PRESIDENT has been reported as saying that the Indian team

is tired. If they arc tired then they should say so and stay at
home. We could searcely be expected to spend $144,000 and then
make arrangements for a rest cure. :

The West Indies Cricket Board of Control have done everything
possible, as far as I can understand, to mect some of the demand:
made by the Indian Board, but it is time that the Board say No and
put an end to this nonsensical fencing. Y 2 ;

It is not that the Indian team has, exactly suone in its r.cent
tour of England and we could scarcely be accused of boasting if we
compare with pardonable pride our own results of our tour of Englana

in 19é
NO MORE PUSHING AROUND
E were accorded the unwritten right to challenge Australia for
We eae cricket supremacy. We were beaten but not disgraced and
I fail to see any logical reason why we should submit ourselves to
these hid nd-seek negotiations,

The West. Indies Cricket Board of Control oY uld Or beg to *
allowed to jose $18,000 on an Indian tour and in the face cf It be con=
tinually pushed around. My advice to the Board is to CALL IT OFF.

INTERCOLONIAL TORNADO TOURNEY
ET us wish the Tornadoes good weather and good sailing when the
Second Intercolonial Tornado tournament opens 1n Carlisle Bay
on Tuesday afternoon this week. Five members of the team arrived
yesterday and the sixth member is due today, : :
i The Barbados Tornadoes have put in some hard practice in
preparation for this tournament and have so far sailed seven trial
races. The eighth and final race takes place this morning and the
team will be chosen after,
TWO CERTAIN — A THIRD TODAY
INCE the three boats to represent Barbados wil! be chosen on the
points gained during the Trial races, Vamoose which heads the
list with 50 points nett, and Edril, second in the line-up with 45
points nett will be two of the three.

Today’s results however will decide the keen struggle that has
been obtaining for third place, Fury 38 points, Thunder 37 points and
Comet 35 points are the candidates, ,

Barbadians can be found here, there and everywhere and it is not
surprising that two members of the Trinidad Tornado team are Bar-
badians——R. F. “Frankie” Mayers (captain) and Peter King. I have
always hailed sport on an Intercolonial level regardless of the branch
of sport and these yachtsmen should be congratulated in having suc-
cessfully arranged for fhe return tournament.

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TOO ;

HE series of Intercolonial Basketball games wihich begins on

Tuesday October 7 at the Y.M.P.C. grounds promises to be very
interesting. The team selected to represent the colony against the
Carib Bears is a good all-round one and should give a good account
of themselves if the younger players can overeome their stage fright,

The Bears have in their ranks some of the top names in Trinidad
basketball and their speed and ball handling will test every depart-
ment of the local players game.

Although the Trinidadians have been playing on concrete for
the past three seasons, the Y.M.P.C. court is in first class condition
and the changeover should not be too difficult for the Bears.

GIFTS
FWNHERE are donations of uniforms by Esso through their local
agents Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co,, Ltd, and a painting of the
Crane Beach is being donated by Mr. G. L. Hurley of Strathclyde to
the captain of the winning team of the series,

The first match begins on Tuesday October 7 when the Carib
Bears will play against a Combined Harrison College Old Boys and
Carlton XI, Wednesday October 8 the first test, Friday October 10 the
Carib Bears will meet the Harrison College team, Saturday October
11, the second test and Tuesday October 14 the third and final test.

GOLF TEAMS NAMED FOR ANNUAL MATCH

HE first regular fixture on the 1952-53 schedule will be played
& at the Rockley Golf and Country Club tomorrow when the men’s
team meets the ladies’ in the annual Battle of thu Sexes. Twelve
players will represent each side in twclve-hole singles matches. How-
ever, the players will start in fours, two matches being played
simultancously.

Mrs, R. Vidmer, the ladies’ captain, will have with her Mrs,
Brenda Wilson, Mrs. Keelah King, Mrs. Winnie Mocintyre, Mrs. Doreen
Beasley, Mrs. Vera Manning, Mrs. Eileen Maskell, Mrs. Peggy Smith,







Carlton First Innings 189
Spartan First Innings (for

no wicket) . 6

A glorious last wicket partne«
ship of 82 runs between K. 5
Warren and George Edghill
Queen's Park ‘yesterday gave
Carlton an evén chance in their
key game against Spartan when
their match began’ yesterday.

Warren 41 and Edghill, 44 not out,
carried the Carlton score from 107
for nine wickets to 189 at 5.10.

It was indeed a grand partner-
ship, coming at a time when Carl-
ton badly needed the runs. It was
not an unblemished partnership,
fer between them they shared six
chances. but it was a partnership
full of lustre and one which pro-
vided grand entertainment for an
otherwise dull game. It was a
partnership marked with confi-
dence and big-heartedness, and
the spectators, probably the larg-
est crowd to witness a match this
reason, paid it due tribute,

Edghill, playing at times with
easy confidence, and hitting at
other times with great force, three
times lifted L. F. Harris over the
boundary for sixes. The last ona
was a spectacle in itself, Edghill
hit hard and high, the ball soar~
ing over the long off boundary,
and the bat ‘filing over the
umpire’s head at square leg about
half way to the boundary.

During the game, Spartan and
Barbados all rounder Clyde Wal-
cott who landed here yesterday
from England, arrived at the
grounds accompanied by his wife.
Spectators on the field rushed to
welcome him. and as he entered
the pavilion. those in the Stand
gave him a big hand. He will
play in the game, and will bat
next Saturday.

Carlton won the toss and batted
on the perfect Queen’s Park
wicket. Reynold #Achinson and
Charlie McKenzie opened the bat-
ting, while Frank King and
Phillips spearheaded the Spartan
attack.

King conceded a single in the
first over, and in the second over,
Phillips conceded singles in the
first and fourth balls. In the last
ball of the over, however, he beat



and bowled McKenzie for two,
with three runs on the tins.
Lueas joined Hutchinson and

carried the score to 17 when
Phillips found Lutas’ stumps to
claim the second Carlton wicket.
Boogles Williams went out to
carry on the innings, but he and
Hutchinson did not remain long
together. With only six added to
the score, King claimed his first
victim of the day when he suc-
cessfully appealed for lLb.w.
against Peynold Hutchinson,

Three Carlton wickets had
fallen in seven ovdrs under the
steady Spartan attack and only

22 runs were scored,

Young Peppy Hutchinson joined
Williams, and ‘the two batted
confidently for a time. Then with
the score at 38, the Black Rock
team suffered a great set back.
Boogles Williams was run out for
9. He cut uppishly off a leg breat
from B. K, Bowen and ran down
the wicket. Atkins who was field-
ing at point, and might have made
a catch of it if he had moved, in
time, picked it up first bouncé and
iihrew in well to ‘the wicket-
keeper who broke the stumps with
Williams standing in the middle
of the wicket,

It was a severe loss for Carl-
ton, and it now’ remained for
Peppy Hutchinson and E. W.
“Heads” Marshall to pull their
team out of the rut.

Both batsmen snicked fours
through the slips off King, but
soon settled down to play with
the concentration necessary for
the occasion. They saw the score
past 60. Marshall back drove
Atkins for 4, punched him off the

k foot past t wicket for
+, and Hutchinson hook-
for another 4 to race the

up to 85,
The batsmen had get on top
the bowlers, and Skipper “Wal+
cott brought on King for his

third spell.

With this change came a heavy
shower, and in the second ball,
Marshall was bowled attempt-
ing to drive the pace bowler. He
made 26 including 3 fours.

Five wickets were down for
87 runs, and Carlton were de-
finitely in trouble. Edghill part-
nered Hutchinson, and promptl
glanced the first delivery for oa
single.

Next over the tea interval was
taken with the score at 94 for 5
wickets. Peppy Hutchinson was
undefeated with 30.

King bowled the first
after tea and conceded
and in the next over from N,
Harris, Edghill was adjudged
L.B.W. by Umpire Walcott. Six
were down for 98 runs, and
Warren joined Peppy Hutchinson
who had batted well all day.



over
a single,

More ill luck attended Carlton
when with the _ score at ‘100,
Hutchinson Was run out while

attempting a quick single off one

which Warren pushed to short
mid wicket.

It was a quick pick up by
Phillips who returned over the

bails at the wicket-keeper’s end
for Camie Smith to whip off the
bails.

Smith did a quick bit of
étumping in Harris’ next over to

dismiss Cox who had_ joined
Warren, and Cariton had now
fost their eighth wicket for 106
runs.

Phillips relieved King at the
Weymouth end, and knocked out

Burke’s centre stump with the
second ball of the over. Nine
were down for 107, and Edghill
the last man in glided the next

ball for a single.

He lifted Harris to deep long
on for 2, and patently cover
drove him for a single. Warren
off drove Phillips for three, and
punched N, Harris past extra
cover for 4 to put the sepre at
120 runs,

Frank King dropped Edghill at
long on with the score at 124.
This batsman later swept Phil-
lips for 4, and next over Warren
jate cut Bowen for 4. He punched
L. F. Harris to deep extra cover
for 2, and pulled the next ball,
a full pitch for a single to put 140
on the tins. Bowen put down an
easy catch off Warren at mid otf
next over.

The Carlton tail was wagging
Edghill lifted Harris for 6, and
pulled him for another four when
Roach dropped in the pull dnd the
ball went on to the boundary.

The score reached 150,° these
{wo jumping spiritedly into the
flagging Spartan attack. The ball
was knocked into an oblong, and
a different ball had to be used.

Next over Edghill again raised
Harris into the trees, and next
ball, he lifted him for another 6
on the off side, the bat swinging
out of his hand to square leg.

Again he lifted Harris overhead,
but Bowen put down a dolly. The
score was 170 and Warren hit up-
pishly between cover and extra-
cover, but Walcott and Harrison
both missed the difficult catch.

The two had pulled Carlton
out of the rut. They hit with easy
confidence and regularity, taking

advantage of the errors in the
field,

Speedster Phillips came back
into the attack, and Warren

glanced elegantly for 4 to put the
score at 183 Spartan had com-
pletely lost the advantage, and a



Lady Annette Dangan, Mrs, Nesta Tempro, Miss Faye Atwell and

Miss Margaret Ward.

_ The men’s team will be composed of J. O’D Egan, Richards
Vidmer, William Atkinson, N. G. Daysh, John Rodger, L, J. Maskell,

Colin Bellamy, E, A, Benjamin, Lord Dangan, A

King and P. D, McDermott,

. W. Tempro, H, V.

During the past week several ambitious challengers made at-

tempts to climb the ladders, but only one succeeded.

That was in

the ladies’ section, where Mrs. King, playing her usually steady game,
never dropping a hole to her opponent, defeated Mrs. Smith, and
moved forward toward the leaders, who at the week-end were, in

the order named, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs,

In the men’s Cli
Benjamin advanced



as the

Vidmer, Mrs. Beasley.

ss A division, Egan failed to displace Bayley, but
1 result of a
Manning failed to accept his challenge.

walkover when Geoffrey
Bellamy made an unsuccess~

ful effort to displace Daysh at the top of Class B, while Stanton Toppin
held his position, turning back a challenge from Jim Kellman, after

playing nine extra holes

Mrs. Tempro and Miss Atwell staged something of a marathon

in their match,
holes to a tie.

With Mrs. Tempro challenging, they played nine
Two days later they met again and once more ended

all even, struggling through the last four holes in a downpour of rain

which left both competitors drenched,

They met for the third time

on Friday and for the third time were even at the end of nine holes,
but on the first extra hole Miss Atwell won the hold her position.





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RACING NOTES

WITH entry day Ce two and half week thcve is a
steadily quickening tempo of activity at the track on exercise mornings.
Of course, up to the present, the actual racecourse has not been open
and sand track and ‘dirt’ track exercise have been the order of the
day, but nevertheless many of the local stables are beginning to step

away,

up the amount of work given their charges. The actual race track |

incidentally looks in magnificent condition and is supporting a
juxuriant growth of grass which will, if the weather is kind to us, |
provide a beautiful cushion by September.

Pi»minent among the stables already in residence at the Paddock |

is the string presided over by Jack Fletcher. Although a comparative-
ly recent recruit to the ranks of trainers, Jack has already more than
made his mark and his horses bear the unmistakable stamp of being
looked after by one who knows the business from A to Z. I have
been particularly impressed by the progress made by the two-year-old
Stirling Dawn, now the property of a syndicate. A month ago this
was a clumsy backward [filly whose presence in races in November

could only be justificd on the grounds that it would be valuable ex- |
Now she has shaped up to a remarkable degree and |

perience for her.

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is doing all that is asked of her at oxercise in most promising style. |
She is likely to be still backward by November, but she will certainly |

be far from a hopeless case should all go well with her.

Working with Stirling Dawn at present is Colombus who seems |

fully recovered from his jirevious setbacks and should certainly be
in the picture this meeting. I have always liked this horse and I cer-

tainly expect him to lose his maiden certificate in November, Also in |
the string is the disappointing Darham Jane and the very promising |
Devil's Symphony. The former, her trainer consistently asserts, is good |

enough to outsprint anything at exercise, but does not give of her best
on race day. The latter whese brilliant speed was evident in her
August performances, may quite easily reward her connections in
November. No big stable unless phenomenally lucky, is Ukely ta he
100% perfect, and in Notonite Jack has something of a problem. This
game old warrior is certainly not. looking his best, but he is being
handled with patience and sympathy and we may look forward with
a good deal of hope if not with confidence to his eventual recovery.
The Chandler string is the smallest they have had in training
for many meetings, but they are all potential winners. Pepper Wine
will have her work cut out in Bl but she is looking very well and
ought not to be neglected on Handicap Day. Chutney and Cardinal
must both have excellent chances in F Class. The former is not a

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free sweater (to put it mildly), but plenty of races have been won by |

suffercrs from this complaint and his two-year-old performances
leave no doubt as to his potential class. Cardinal looks fit and well
and may make the steady progress that so many O.T.C. colts and geld-
ings often do

in F Class. little

The fourth member of the string is the lovely

At the moment he appears to me to be the one to beat |

Driftwood—certainly far in a way the best looking Pawky that I have |

seen—who is going great guns at exercise and looks full of speed. \

The big Chase stable contains plenty of talent. Landmark is
going well and may repeat her triumph in the mile and half race, but
in Mrs. Bear they have an excellent second string who showed by
her running in August that no distance is beyond her and who must
be harder and fitter this time. Colleton was distinctly unlucky last
meeting to fall after he had been narrowly beaten in his first start.
He seems to have recovered from his mishap and should be a force
to be reckoned with.
to be able to earn her oats and in addition we have My Love II stag-
ing a comeback, and Jealousy making her debut. My Love II still |
shows signs of her long lay off but Jealousy her half sister by Jim
Cracker Jack has improved greatly and although I am still not en-
amoured of her looks, I would not be a bit surprised if she were to
turn out to have quite a useful turn of speed.

Rupert Mayers ought not to have very much difficulty in saddling
a winner or two, Harroween is of course the queen of this string
and the fact that she can carry her speed over a mile makes her an |
easy horse to pl and win. His other grey Trimbrook is useful |
too and should have benefited from her last appearance, while Vectis,
a trifle fortunate to secure a prompt demotion into C, should be a





ve much better horse than she was in August. Lower down in the |
classification we find Mareh Winds and Viceroy. The former is a
useful horse in his class, whilst the latter’s chance of winning a

race have been assessed, by his owner, as about equal to those of a
certain prominent cricket club winning the first XI competition. In
spite of this opinion engendering a good deal of indignation among
the members of the said Club, I would not like to say that it was not |
reasonably accurate, '

I have already commented favourably on the general condition |
of the Bourne string and see no need to change my opinion. Indeed |
it is a matter of great regret to me that I was too late on the track |
yesterday to see Castle in the Air perform. His owner, better equip-
ped than most to follow his charge’s progress round the course, in-
formed me that he was very satisfied with the way he went, and I am |
ture that he will be a very great danger in his class. Aim Low, |
Twinkle and Contralto comprise the Massiah stable at the moment if
one discounts the unclassified Little Megdale. Mr. Lou Fischer's
big black filly Contralto is making good progress and will, one hopes,
compensate him for the performance of her half sister. Twinkle looks
well and if she completes her preparation without mishap, should
have the G class at her mercy.

Space forbids that I should comment on the other stables in this |
week’s notes, but I shall try to do so next Sunday. I should conclude |
however by pointing out that by no means all the work is being done |
at the track and news has reached me of stirring doings in the country |
where training appears to be fraught with a certain amount of per-
sonal charges to riders and trainers alike. Unfortunately I was not |
present how the incident to which I refer ' f
missing from the track next week, you wil robe , fi at a
certain Christ Church plantation whe et ee
blow by blow description,

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took place, but if I am |

ence I hope to be able to send a }

run later, Phillips missed a chance
to run out Warren. Edghill
pulled N. Harris to deep fine
leg for 3, and the Carlton in-
nings came to a close next ball
when Phillips caught Warren in
the slips with the score at 189.
Warren had scored 41, and Edghill
ot his bat for an undefeated
: including 3 sixes and 2 fours. with only 21 runs ;

a eatihe ee added 82 ae a Headley and ok te Seuniade
Spart: vere one over a € in ; ir ricke artnershi
crease, and K, Walcott and At- which ae ee tr107 at te
kins scored 6 runs without loss with Mr. Headley 54 and Hove of

Roy Marshall, West
cricketer, just back from England
stole the bowling honours for
Wanderers with a bag of four for
17 in a spell of nine overs, fou
of which were maidens. Wander-
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for the loss of two wickets,

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WANDERERS vy. HARRISON hander St. Hill for treene 1
COLLEGE AT THE BAY After Hope’s dismissal, there
Harrison College 1st Innings... 164 W@S a steady procession of bats-
Wanderers Ist Innings (for men to and from the wicket and
two wickets) .......................... 3g the game which up to then seem-

A grand third wicket partner- ed in College's favour took a turn
ship, productive of 111 runs be- in Wanderers fayour. Then Roy
tween Mr. Sam Headley and Marshall came on to bowl and at
opening batsman Emman Hope Once had the batsmen in trouble
enabled Harrison College to collect _ Besides Hope 47, Hewitt 13,
164 runs in their match against Morris 14 and Mr, Headley 73,
Wanderers at the Bay yesterday. @ On page 5

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CARLTON vs, SPARTA w a
@. a | Page 4 onl LODGE vs. POLICE Cartien—ist ae . c Athingse > Mx one 14
To Ww aber’ ° lege batsman reach- police (for 9 wickets) 291 R. Hutchinson lbw. F. King 8 W. Knowles ¢ Williams b Simmons 9
e pic r doub and the innings Police occupied the wicket for © M ps zie we eit : & Eroverbs not out ¥ ®
Ou. n en e ins | ues av ee th Reid’s dismis- the whole day yesterday in their © § ‘Willams run ont : ae eT
Sé Denis Atkinson shared the match against Lodge School G. Hutchinson run out 34
bowling honours with Marshall played at Lodge. Honours of the E. y oman b F, King 2h Total for two wicket 38
ae I curing three w ‘ ; F ghill 1.b.w. 'N. Harris 5
THE Second Intercolonial Tornado Tournament be- baer sper ip reesn = oie Sabin wha. Gep-sounne ee ot K. B. Warren ¢ Phillip: b" Marris 41 Pal) of withete: 110, 3x
> . Ona COSt ‘ . H ‘ox stpd. wkpr. Smith, b N BOWLING ANALYSIS
tween Barbados and Trinidad will be sailed " Carlisle Bay - - vers, five of which were maidens. runs in fine style. When stumps Harris 6 oo Rw
this week beginning Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock and . Mr. Headley’s innings of 73 were drawn Police had made 291 F. Burke b Phillip 1 Mr. _ Headley o
continuing cach succeeding day until Sunday morning. inact aoe were ane igh: cone ye a tance ~ eee - pees vce
pa = wos, while ope also Vac Six attiing tor olice e ac an Police for & kts “
t > a | w wT]
’ Yesterday morning, tive members of the six-man Trini. boundaries in his innings of 47 ind F. Taylor opened the innings Total 189 Police—ist Innings
dad team arrived by British West Indian Airways. The Wanderers opened their innings and the first wicket fell with the 5. oy wicker sia — ¢. Blackman b Wilkie 12 f
other member, Roger »Hartley-Booth, will arrive to-day. 1.20 with Eric Atkinson and score at 32. The batsman out was _ jg" °h7 "os 7-100, d106 Sion -B. Dodson Tun ont = ,
Their yachts, TK 45, TK 47 and Skipper (TK 48) arrive W. Knowles: to the -bowling of Blackman who scored 12 runs, he BOWLING ANALYSIS w Farmer ¢ Grant b farmer 2
: : ; nmor ' ' i 7 : , the , , d ¢ tpe >
to-night on board the Dutch liner Willemstad. eeritons ped, Be Headley. With rh a Oe ee nS & 8 & ehese wer 6 eee 103
be captained by Mr. E. L. G. mu 0 on the board, Knowles **- . ) ; F. Phillips 13 1 43 3 A. Blenman 1b.w. Farmer 60
The five members of the Trini- Hoad, Snr, who will sail his boat out caught by Williams off . Dodson or for thr a Fe o.oo ¢ 2 2 ¢@ &- Aimey c Grant b Parmer a
dad team to arrive yesterday Vamoose, partnered by his son bowling of Simmons for nine, 50°" seat Tay Sarees gy on e * aawen he ee Bee ae chee c Mumey & Faime 3
e R. F. ‘Frankie’ r verbs who came in at the partnered Taylor and shortly after ! arri us 1 3 3 € ins not ou 5
were . F. rankie’ Mayers, Tony, Md who came in at the fall jo was at the wicket, Tayler was “ * Hagtis 3 0 C. Bradshaw not out 2
(Captain); Peter King (two Bar- There will be five races“ot the 2s e wicket is eight not out clean bowled by Wilkie with the c A eRTAN 187 INNINGS . Extra 2
badians), Alex Rennie, John tournament to be sailed on Tues- with partner is David Mayers woe at 49 and his contribution. K. Waleott mot nut 5 Total “on
} Murray and Paul Tennyson. day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- fall ot ie The - ae ‘a 27 T k ~é Fal
day and Saturday, and an open oe was Met of E. Atkinson who “ Byer partnered Farmer, and did otal (for no wicket) 6 all of wickets; 1-32 2—41, 3—43
The “ A nik aoe . scored 14. Roy Marshes : , - 4-69, 5-98, 6—198.
ieee 4a en team will be race to be sailed on Sunday yak gone i6 the wick nal has Not » bit of good work, but with the BOWLING ANALYSIS BOWLING ANALYSIS
consis of tte niet , the morning, § . ’ , score at sixty nine Byer was Ed .. 4 ke ene 2 oo 2
1 race of the PICKWIC ‘aught by the wicket-keeper off © Edgehill 1 0 6 a 4 alker 4 6 18 Q
a , avs . V ss. E . . PIcKWICK EMPIRE AT THE VA R. Mayer: 5 17 ’
Feel ene which will take ‘The first tournament was held x ve EMPIRE the bowling of J. Farmer ar te pe en ey ; hte 8
| Place during the morning. It will at Trinidad last year when Bar- AT PICKWICK Sobers came in next and helped A. M. Taylor lbw. b Barker 4 N. Wilkie 0a Ge
bados won the series to carry off > Farmer to take the score to a Fewards b H King .. Se ita ee, 9 ag
ee SS oe mangtinens a vi ” 7 T Birkett Rudder b H. Ki ai » Rile y
When Joe and Robert woke up | the Bryden Trophy and Vamoose evan (for nine wickets) 203 higher figure, his hard hitting and Greenidge c udder b Barker 60 Murra ier :4
Feet See, Sa | won the Y. De Lima "Trophy. i wick Untied toe Wie Sat ine iS ia Reet eiaeten cies of Orcas oo :
Maude Bill, wae net “titisbgrn se NoNa nie 9 = - these two trophies, tirst irmivies ind cpcoetin ee His 162 Ineltided “nineteen fours Ww Greankiae Sais DePeiza) dD. T. Cc. RACE
. . , there is also a prize awarded to and one six. yas ; b Barker ; 2
At Inst the. House decided pi . the béat cottipisting the fastest CAMERON B. GODDARD open. '% the loss of nine wickets yes- that Farmer was dismissed for 21.» Greenidge not out 4 i Den ane Sesteerer ;
To change the tsland’s plan | so lap. Thi ing batsman of Central scored 119 ‘@'4aY in their match against A Blenman was the next close T Hoad c Barker b Ho King 4 merara urf — Club
But very few Bajan changes | as . a nay ia a ‘Zz tan S prize is presented by H. Empire which is being played at score to Sobers. He made a well © |. G. Hoad Unr.) b Barker 0 Gctober meeting opened today.
Bajans can Understand | Yo Ps Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. runs in the Central first aoe Kensington Oval. 1 4 60, which included 6 fours |! Jordan not out is "There was a large crowd and
They like to do th y : 42 Ghecees Sete an pt aa Divi The small crowd which went to pos or iste. He was Lb.w. to J = * brilliant sunshine Details fol-
For perfect they all’ fear | or» >a For the coming tournament, tre bth Central ~ Kensington Oval withessed some Farmer, C. Amy and C, Springer Total for 9 wickets) 203 }OW;— :
soreciting many a sail boat Wise mother Cuticura O the Trinidad Pairs will be R. FP. ; bright cricket and saw the Em- was the next two batsmeninand oo) i yg g = Garret aes
metimes must ¢ change the keel Wise moche plete Sptacnes Olesen: Mayers and Peter King sailing pire fielders on their toes on the their scores were 8 and 37 re- , 7 2 atiouats: 1 ad 41, et ~ or weight oe age
roa makers must remember Fimaae to keep him cook and comfortable. TK. 45; Paul Tennyson and John field. K. Greenidge who went at spectively. 162 ? : CAINERT (O'Neil) 122 Ibs
dicated, gentle emollient : ' z 'LING 4 SIS CLE 7H = (Lutehn =
ty oe Pave of Epaleee, soctlieacaetita ie teeniemsen! ey. sailing TK. 47 and Roger 5 ° if umber four in the batting order Bowling for the school boys J. BOWLING ANALYSIS ae CLEVE AGH Lutohream) 308i
Sue eee eee tinny and deals swesily with aappie rash, | Hartley-Booth and Alex Renuie, Weig ifters 1ade an attractive 50 and Mal- Farmer took the most of Police |... 13 3) «6Gll C4) Tithe 2 min, 16 9/5 secs.
nthe human mind. sailing Skipper TK. 48. colm Worme hit the next bes! wickets, his figures being 16 overs, \’ Grant 3 2) «68 0) AUTUMN STAKEB—Seven Furlongs
go bags if ‘Christ Church tack on Py bal : Back From T’dad score of 44. no maidens, 112 runs, 5 wickets. 1. King 2» 6 «@ 4 Pe Class G
if you 460 fear ce a " SEPTIC Discussing the chances of the : Tall pace bowler Barker and Next to him in the wrens oe cote s Rudder 5 ° 71 ¢ GOLDEN ARROW (Gobin). 120" Ibs.
Your seed will understand. visiting team, skipper Mayers Five members of the Barbados Xing took the bowling honours C. N. Wilkie who took 2 wickets * twine Sa eS ALARM ‘Beckles! 120 oe
l Ww . 7 SAE Soar / |said his team is handicapped by Weightlifting team arrived from ‘© Empire: Barker bowled at a in 18 overs. oe Ree ye eines Saat
a Wednesday Joe and Robert the fact that in Trinidad they Trinidad on Friday afternoon by good a but at times he COLLEGE ys. WANDERERS WAIG CUP- Six Purlongs Clase D
And up came a discussio; do not have Tornado racing, but B.W.I.A. with their coach mana- overpitched some, He captured MR BROWNE WINS College 164 STORMY WBATHER Beck 12s
Rad nebeenis tae they will endeavour to give of ger Br. H. H, Webster. They were four of the Pickwick’s wickets for - Wanderers for two wickets 7] ; iad bs
° . ° ‘ * eee . H. A, ster. y ‘ t rung Silas race : . 2 ILACK SHADOW (‘Gobin) i122 Ibs
The’ sable eh their best against the local Messrs. Clement Jackman, Basil ke oa ta IF fo da age Be ‘+0 SPOON SHOOT . tee me Ba Somne 4s 3. MBOMBIBRIO loNellt tas ic
Each saw from different views yatchsmen. Grant, Roy Goddard, Glyne Jor- “~'"* at cUE oe d n A |. Hewitt run out 13 4 AUCTION BRIDGE ‘Gonzaiez) 119
And boys, before they finished d CA T ‘ : ; dan and George Nicholls. overs. He also sent down six Mr. R. O. Browne won the Q Alleyne o & b D. Atkinson 2 é Ibs
The whole place ‘was. -onfused | LUB He ne that in Trinidad there a ae ; spoon Shoot of the B.R.A, which Mr 8, Headley ¢ Rawies WR: Mer: pene, diel; +a Sn
are only five r The tw ; » Skipper tobinson put seven ernment 8 3 : AU) " ma
One fellow said the children of hich a a —. ae on ee ee, ot me bowlers against the Pickwick [OOK place at ne een 1) Williams b R. Marshall TROPHY Seven Furlongs-Class A
Should first command the spree Announces their which are owned by the Trini- team, win ogers and Erro hating cond tia pone rel Rifle Range yesterday a M. Simmons ec wkpr. Knowles, b DOUBLE LINK ‘Gonzale?) 113 Ibs,
For what you do to children | dad Yacht Club, and which are Doughlas, will be arrivnig later ee: > Sate ley were = well vith a handicap score of 98.80. _ Marshal! } 2 PORT WALDIS (Naidoo) 107 Ibs
Pass to posterity | HALLOWEEN rented out, one owned by an acked up by brilliant fielding The shoot was ten rounds at 7 GriMfith b Marshal 0 3 GOLDEN QUIP (Singh) 119 Ibs
ice enki. tanto 7 | Englishman and another by Roger , MY. Clement Jackman yester- Pickwick lost their first’ wicket 599 and 600 yards. Conditions \ ceeera, © ee eny ie Saeron ig eee Ee ee rite tee
othe: ruden Ww E s nay) Sapte . J a9 . , / so. 7 Ibe.
Said if he was the boss DANCE & nave SHOW Hartley-Booth, The other which =. boos ao Apvecate reporter hen the Por Ra rae oak were fairly good with slight © reid c Proverbs b D. Atkinson ( Time: 1 min, 291 secs,
He'd see all the old people is owned by Mr. W. F. Bryden ‘@t Me team hac a wonderful te second fell a ‘ yen CaMC vinds which varied at the 600 %. Foster not out : SEMECPENTS TROPRY
eee eT Gargy Pits meno | has not yet been launched time in Trinidad and it was the « partnership between Worme , uds ree < EA TER CLOUD s ah) 113 Ib
. 2 ¢ 7 . ‘ : first time that some of the boys ond K. Greenidge and both of ©“, i) ' PME fo : ee san oe
Anoth id he’ y ‘ 2 * c : are the eight best Total =. 164 #. BLACK EAGLE (Gobin) 120 It
‘Ths Wate ||| Saturday, Ist November, 1952 They in Trinidad are hoping had a chance to lift out of the ‘hese batsmen went on well until an ere . e 3 ROVING PENNY. (Sunich) 112. Ibs
And give the population At that as soon as there are suffici- /Sland. the score reached 140 runs when Capt C. E. Neblett 92 Fait of wiskels Re a, 2-81, 3 32 4 GENNO BELL 20 wb
ys oO > > itn - r > Was Ce - s “pt. + > ‘136, % c N7 e 54 secs
+ ws = : } . ently private owned boats of this Many of them have learned ; _———- Mg a — for 0 off Mr. R. QO. Browne 91 9-157 DURBAN STAKES
Another said, my dear boys | Their New Club House, Class to be able to start Tornado : ont the bowling of Barker R.S.M. H. B. G. Marshall 90 BOWLING ANALYSIS Six Furlongs — Class k
This is the way I'd start Black Rock Racin much from the experience. He rn oM ‘R WwW GOLDEN ARROW (Bell) 117 tb
I'll make all the old people B. is very impressed with the Drill At the luncheon interval the Mr. G. E. Martin 89» Atkinson 668066 SURPRISE PACKET (Naidoo)
Feel very glad at heart $883 Most of the members of the Hall where the competition was score was 95 runs. When stumps P.C. O. Shepherd -. 88 ©. Atkinson or ee ee “ ; 122 Ibs
. « Sos Tae Music by Cur ‘win’s Orchestra Trinidad team are expected to staged. He said that the building were drawn Pickwick had scored Mr. L. Hassell 87 Ot et i. ko Mo) ROR waAneee (Aphen) ne ie
All those who draw 9 pension : return to Trinidad next Sunday js very airy and affords good 203 runs for the loss of nine Mr. M. A. Browne 86 | Pierce 94 2 21 Time: 1 min, 19 secs.
Va give them a month's pension | Admission by Ticket only evening after the open race. lifting. wickets. Mr. E, J. Parry ‘ 86 |: Marshal eee The meeting continues next Saturday
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. ) J | 1 1.30 AUTUMN STAKES & C2 Only (Maidens | | |
ENRICHED BREAD | at Entry) W/A| 5) Furlongs | $ 900 $300 $150 $ 50 | $ 1,400.00 $27.00 |
d the blead f Wholesale & Retail | z 2.00 SAVANNAH LODGE STAKES & Lower (3 y.o, & | | 24 | ve be 3b ,
an enders o Druggist Over) W/A! 5 i B00 265 135 40 1,240.00 ) $ 60.00 $30.00 $15.00 $ 105.00
e % 3 2.35 BIMSHIRE STAKES . & B Only ores uh a 1,100 365 185 60 1,710.00 33.00 | 100,00 50.00 25.00 175.00
J&R RUM * 136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813 4. 3.15 CHAMBERLAIN STAKES C & Lower (Winners) | - |
_ Si a sonnei $ x —W/A! 9 o 900 300 150 50 1,400.00 | 27.00 40,00 40.00 20.00 140.64
ee la ot ——— SSSSBSSSSSSSOE SS 6SSSUSO | 5 3.55 TRUMPETER CUP F & Lower (2 y.o.) | |
} Allotted| 54 ” 800 265 135 40 | 1,240.00 24.00 120.00 72.00 18.00 2940.00
6 4.35 CONSTITUTION STAKES D & Lower W/A| 7% i | 90¢ 300 150 50 | 1,400.00 27.00 80.00 40.00 20.00 140.
7 5.15 WORTHING STAKES B & wel ; 5a 1,000 335 165 55 1,555.00 30.00 90,00 45.00 22.50 157.50
Second DaywMonday 10th NOVEMBER, 19352
8 1.15 BRIGHTON STAKES G & Low W/A;\ 51 Furlongs | § 600 $200 $100 $40 | $ 940.00 $18.00 $50.00 $25.00 $12.50 § 87.59
# 1.55 NELSON STAKES © & Lower (Winners | |
W/A! 7 ( | 900 300 150 50 1,400.00 | 27.00 80.00 40.00 20.00 140.00
10 2.35 JUNIOR STAKES F & Lower (2 y.:
—Allotted |) 6 B00 265 135 10 | 1,240.00 | 24.00 60.00 30.00 15.00 105.00
11 3.15 SOUTH CARIBBEAN STAKES _..|A & Lower W/A| 1h Mile 1,200 400 200 100 | 1,700.00 36.00 100.00 50.00 25.00 175.00
12 3.55 NOVEMBER STAKES -|C & C2 On (Maidens |
at Entry) W/A! 74 Furlongs 900 300 150 50 1,400.00 27.00
13 4.35 SHOT HALL STAKES F & Lower (3 y.o. & |
Over) W/A| 9 800 265 135 10 1,240.00 | 24.00 60.00 30.00 15.00 195.00
14 5.18 SPRINTERS'’ STAKES A & B Only 5h j 1,100 365 185 60 | 1,710.00 | 33.00 100.00 50.00 25.00 175.00
“'g5 oe th ‘ 3 Re ead ee | a “Fitan an -
Third DaywTVhursday §3th NOVEMBER, 19352
18 1.30 BRIGHTON HANDICAP G & Lower H/C, 74 Furlong $ $00 5165 $ 80 $ 40 $ 785.00 $15.00
16 2.00 CONSTITUTION HANDICAP D & Lower » 45) 800 265 135 45 1,245.00 24.00 |
17 2.35 AUTUMN HANDICAP C & Lowes a > 800 265 135 50 1,250.00 24.00
18 3.15 DEWHURST HANDICAP F & Lowes y.0.)
H/C| 54 700 235 115 40 1,090.00 21.00 |
3.55 SOUTH CARIBBEAN HANDICAp A&B On 9 1,000 335 165 60 1,560.00 30.00
4.35 SHOT HALL HANDICAP ; ..|/F & Lo 3 yo, &
mS Over H/C, 7 % 709 235 . 116 40 1,090.00 21.00
21 5.15 CHAMBERLAIN HANDICAP Lowe ae, oe 805 265 135 50 1,250.90 24.00
Fourth DaysSaturday ith NOVEMBER. [9032
22. 1.30 GRAVESEND HANDICAP G & Lower H/¢ Sa mm , $ 5C9 $165 $ 80 $ 40 > 7835.00 $15.00
23. 2.00 WORTHING HANDICAP |B & Lower ie 9 a j 90) 300 150 55 | 1,405 00 27.00
24. 2.35 BELLEVILLE HANDICAP F & Lower (3 y.o. & | r
ss Over) ~H/< 7, Furlongs. 700 235 115 40 | 1,090 30 21.00
25 3.15 JUNIOR HANDICAP . -|F & Lower (2 y.o.) {
4 e “Hi 54 + 700 235 115 40 1,095 90 21.00
26. 55 NOVEMBER HANDICAP .. 11 C & Lower . 14 ie 800 265 135 50 | 1,259.90 24.00
ss 35 ROCKLEY HANDICAP ‘ D & Lower ed ge 5 800 265 135 45 1,245 00 24.00
28. 5.15 FINAL HANDICAP .._.. |A&BOnly —, $7 af 1,000 335 165 60 1,560.00 30.00
When the curtain e Total Stakes. "$36,270.00
rolled back to present Total Breeders Prerniums 1,745.00 |
ZEPHYR by Ford : $38,015.00
a* — _ =e nae aaa SERNA aaa eee enon a ee = — -
: ws 7
a new motoring era : re
commenced — and a new : Race No. 5 Trumpeter Cup: Ope n to all two-year-old Creoles bred in the B.W.I, (Trinidad, Tobago and Jamaica excepted).
sidebars stink inevdaubell VaR z Colts and Geldings to carry 118 Ibs. Fillies 115 lbs. No Allowances. The Manufacturers of Trumpeter
pleasure was introduce R Cigarettes give a Cup to the Winner and to the Breeders of the Ist., 2nd., and 3rd. horses $120.00.
‘ ” ; , t
to the roads of the world. Be $72.00, $48.00 respectively. About 5% Furlongs.
Race No. 10 Junior Stake Open to all two-year-old Creoles sired and foaled in the B.W.I. and British Guiana (Jamaica
excepted) Colt and Geldings to carry 123 ibs. Fillies 120 lbs, Subject to Classification and
/ Maiden Allowances which can be claimed. About 5% Furlongs

ENTRIES TO CLOSE ON MONDAY, 20th OCTOBER, 1952, AT 23.00 P.M. AT THE OFFICE OF THE BARBADOS TURF CLUB

BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE,
G. A. LEWIS, Secretary.

Trainers not holding a Licence for 1952, must apply in writing for same forthwith.
Maiden Allowance must be claimed on Entry Form.
Copies of this Programme can be cbtained at our office, Synagogue Lane, Bridgetown.



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THE MODERN —
BUNGALOW |

By
Aquariums are in the fashion
again, as anyone who reads their
Advocate will know. Quite lately
there was a display of aquariums

stocked with gold fish, at the
Drill Hall, and very beautiful they
were too. Perhaps this revival

of interest in aquariums has been
stimulated by a _ fellow feeling
in us human beings for the gold-
| fish; for, so many of us these days
live in modern Bungalows which
| with their huge un-hooded glass

windows, and wide glass doors
might be termed human
| aquariums, for they are as near to
ja gold-fish bowl as a human

| dwelling can get.

i; % “So is my Jimmy, but he’s always in aj}. Of course, if you have never

2, hurry. Have you washed your teeth, lived in a glass house you will not

son?” “Sure, Mom. Gave me a SPA,|be able to sympathise with the

S \N didn’t you?” | gold-fish, or to know that awful
feeling of nakedness that results

S No wonder Jimmy needs no urging. His|from occupying such a dwelling.

é SPA TOOTHBRUSH stands up to a boy’s|But as we bungalow dwellers
= vigorous brushing. No more messy, soft-|dodge from one sheet of glass to
bristled brushes for Jimmy. Neither|another, crouching, (when we

water nor hard wear weakens a SPA.

\

TO EXPECTATIONS.
WM

Not.S6 happy are Pops expectations.
He's missed the bus again, Just can’t
up+in the morning. Pop needs
getihg up with a good dose of
SDIEAX. This gentle yet always
effective laxative will rid you of that
tired, listless feeling. Try MEDI-
LAX, it really works. Even on black
Monday morning you'll bound out of
bed like a six year old.



you can supply them,
Glucose, RICH IN VITAMIN D.

cereals, You will soon notice



abounding energy and sparkling health,

Try GLUCOSE D but it must be by

Savory & Moore.
The lovely Louise here has an opinion

to share. “What’s the size of your

family, Louise ?”

a J

“Small, for I believe in

Planning,

Family

and the chil’ren.

rely on RENDELL-FOAM.

BOX. Sally has dry hair

SOAPLESS is Mary’s choice. Betty likes hers in

with its magic wand the dullest hair,

with a thousand dancing burnished

lights,

waves and curls,



Boy oh boy, what
Gorgeous, isn’t she

a figure!
? Not too fat and






not too thin — just perfect ! Now Suzy
did not always possess this sylph-like
figure. No, Suzy was more than pleas-

ingly plump — Suzy was just plain FAT
—VERY
FAT,
until she
took a
course

of SILF
SLIM-
MING
‘TABLETS
The result
—a per-
fectly proportioned figure. .
SLIMMING TABLETS — for EITHER MEN OR WOMEN.
your waist line, old boy, not the pretty girl up there.

Sole Agents covering this Column, INTERNATIONAL TRADING

CORPORATION LTD. ‘Telephone ; 5009, it’s the Busiest
Number in Town.

AND BY THE WAY,

Here’s another busy spot worth a visit

“THE LITTLE SHOP"

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY BUILDING, BROAD STREET

You”ll find almost everything in “The Little Shop”.

$ODDSG2DHLDOLOTSE



In
either nylon or bristle, SPA STANDS UP



AN APPLE A DAY keeps the doctor
away—and so does GLUCOSE D. You
can’t always give the kids apples, but
every day, with
Mix
it in beverages, sprinkle it on morning
their



The | by large green hoods.
spaced tumily gives every one a chance, the parents

"Y8) would be,

and uses ALMOND OIL | house-wife a back-yard
CREAM SHAMPOO, Mary’s hair is oily — Liquip|®" ‘he Petter, is a ‘must’, Where

tube, Jane prefers a pot, but whatever be the choice,
it's BANDBOX SHAMPOOS, BRILLIANTINES, and
that gorgeous HAIR PERFUME; all come in BAND-
BOX, plus the Miracle Dressing COLAIRE, touching

your | be.

Watch



can) behind the narrow strip of
wall inbetween the windows we
know something of what the gold-
fish feels.’ We know that when
he swims agitatedly round and
round, he’s not looking for food,
or taking his daily exercise, but
that, poor fellow, he’s only trying
to find a little privacy in which
to relax,

How well anyone who lives in
a modern bungalow can under-
stand him! How, well we know
jthat feeling of being pursued, as
we try to escape from the inter-
ested gaze of passers by, of husk-
jters, of the gardener, and from
jthe sun! But, in spite of his
apparent agitation the gold-fish
still has one up on human beings,
for he can, with a superb nose-in-
the air appearance of unconcern,
perform toilet and other per-
formances in full view of the
public gaze without batting an eye,

Alas, we bungalow dwellers
have not yet reached this high
pitch of civilization, and, after a
few weeks of window dodging, we
rush away to buy yards and yards
of curtain material, feet and feet
of curtain rods, and numerous
window blinds, in a frantic and
expensive bid for a little privacy,
and shade from the sun,

Considerable sums are also ex-
pended on dark glasses, eye
drops, and visits to the oculist for
eye strain from glare.

Regretfully many of us think of
the shady old fashioned houses
we have left, with their dim cool
rooms, and small windows shaded
No needs
for blinds or curtains there.

If only our builders could get



For those who beli¢ve in a well- this “glass complex” out of their

system; (a type of house that is

spaced family, I recommend RENDELL-FOAM as{|Surely more suited to a northern
. climate than to our blazing

the most dainty yet effective, and absolutely safe tropics) how much more . com-
: fortable re 6 y }
contraceptive on the market today. Wives can alw : me Bungalow dwellers

Another peculiarity of these
new bungalows is the lack—in so

Here we come, dozens of satisfied users of BAND|many of them—of a proper Back-

yard, Now to the Barbadian,

, the larg-

eee

a
CARIBBEAN POLICE
EDERATION IN
BARBADOS
KINGSTON.

A conference of Caribbean police
officers is due to be held in Bar-



highlighting| bados early next year in connec-

tion with the visit to the Carib-
an of Colonel W. Muller, C.M.G.,
Inspector General of colonial
police,

Colonel Muller, advisor to the
Secretary of State on colonial mat-
ters, is due to arrive in Jamaica
in November to begin his inspec-
tion of the Caribbean area,

The police conference to discuss
regional police matters, which will
be attended by Jamaican police,
will be held in Barbados during
the course of the tour.—B.U.P.

m-m
nothing
smells
so good

as a
good cup

of coffee!

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

NSANT”’
else can she hang out the kitchen :
towels, the baby’s nappies, keep |
her chickens, grow her Paw-paw |
and breadfruit trees, if not in the
privacy of her back-yard? Take
her back-yard from her and she is
lost. |

Yet, in many of the new type!
of home what do we find? We |
find the entrance, and the front
door at the back of the house
alongside the kitchen, and no
back-yard space allowed for at}
all! The visitor gets out of his
car, and the first person to greet
him is the Cook at the back door,
shelling peas.

Shades of my scared Grand-
mother, what are these architects
thinking of ! ! !

Well, well, but in spite of ail
these disadvantages there is much
to be said in favour of the modern
bungalow, and few of us who
have left an old faghioned in-
convenient house for a bungalow
would choose to return to it.
After half lifetime of walking
miles to get from upstairs to the
kitchen, it’s most intriguing to lie
in your bedroom, and in a very |
slightly raised voice tell the cook |
“not to burn the rice.’’ Of courre
the cook with equally little |
effort can hear all that goes on |
in the bedrooms! But, it is an |
imperfect world isn’t it? |



Then again, where in the old
fashioned house there was a con-
stant fight against cockroaches,
ants, and dust, in the modern |
bungalow there are none of these |
trials. Insects turn up théir
noses at all steel, all glass, all
cement homes, for insects demand
privacy in their house hunting
and in the new bungalows there



is none. As to dust, it simply
cannot find a resting place at
all. 1

Then there are no tiresome}
stairs, no stretches of useless |

space which can only be termed ;
“no man’s land” and which none
of the extensive staff, which the
old house demanded, considered it
part of their work to keep clean, '
In the bungalow there is no waste!
space, everything is compact and |
streamlined.

Where in the old house if the
servants didn’t turn up it seemed
like a tragedy, in the bungalow,
poof! Who cares? Getting meals
in a_ shiny electric kitchen is
child’s play, settling the whole
house is done in a jiffy.

Certainly the modern bungalow
is the answer in housing for
this day, and, although some ot
us old ones may think regret-
fully of the gracious big old
homes we have left, yet we know
that they are unsuited to present
conditions and that their day is
over,

But, the rash of new bunga-
jows that has covered Barbados
én the last few years might be
termed “first steps” in bungalow
building, and represent rather :
the different flights of fancy of
builder and owner, rather than
a well thought out type of house
for this island. In northern
climates large sheets of glass ‘a |
a house, and hoodless windows |
are desirable to catch and con-
serve every scrap of sunlight,
and there they are used, not for
show, but for that purpose. To
follow that fashion in this land
of blinding sunshine where we
need protection from the sun
does seem rather ridiculous and
only presents many problems to
the inmates of these houses.

It is to hoped that as time
passes, the Barbadian bungalows
of the future will settle down,
and that modernity will be com-
bined with suitability, and out of
the two, a type evolved which |
will be more sensible and suitable |

for the people of this island to
live in,









‘\

Se





A UTHORESS Fleur

journalist, and wife of a



on people,
from A to

Cowles (American ‘editor,
publisher), holidaying in

London last week, gave two fresh answers to two old

questions.

QUESTION i: “What helped you most in getting

to the top of your job?”

She said : “I think it’s because

my husband and our greatest friend, Bernard Baruch,
always treat me as if I am much cleverer than I am.
It’s a great help towards improving.”

QUESTION 2:

said :—
“T didn’t tell m
was nearly finished ave it
2 a ie ate » d I
rather pu on the spot.

“He would hate to hurt my
feelings, but he would hate me
to do anything foolish. So 1
think he was rather relieved to
find he liked !t."

Bars luxuries on the
market for the first time since
the war are bath mitts—small
bags of towelling filled with
almond cream soap, which foam
and lather when you dip them
m water. Expensive (even
though you can use them again
and again) at 12s, 3d. each.

€ orovr to look out
for (and to insist. on getting)
is the colour you find in an
English rose garden. All shades
from. palest wild rose’ pink.
through faded brownish pink, to
the deep red of a cabbage rose
were used in Paris for wool suits
and silk coats, for embroideries
and for evening dresses.

D scorarion on &

dinner table — produced at
short notice the night the
hostess got back from the
country—was a flat, silver dish
he in the centre with wild
flowers, and with a single

lighted candle at each corner

E ARRINGS creep up
on to the ear. Latest are a curl
af enarkling rhinestones curv na
along the outside edge of yan
ear (See picture)

Francie LAINE gaye
an honest answer to a question
most singers would dodge when
I sald; “You know, I always
thought from your records thu
you_ were coloured,”

“That,” said Frankie, “is the
greatest compliment you could
pay me.”

Gi avcer I'd most like
to see back on the import lis}
is a garlic crusher. With one
Squeeze you Can get all the juice
from a whole clove of garlic

without. messing your hands
They sold for 10s. 6d. in Soho
up to a few weeks ago.

Hi ARSTYLES are

getting rumpled, Watch for the
new ruffled cut on those care-
fully posed fashion photographs
from Paris. Note the carefully
ruffled fringe, the deliberate
dishevelment, the loose curl
arranged to hang over the fore-
head with oh, such care.

I NVENTION that
saves a ten-minute battle with
the tin opener came my way
with a tin of soup this week.
Just one jab, and you can prise
off the lid. Sardine canners
please copy.

J OURDAN (LOUIS),
the

actor who is said to
handsomest -
Frenchman
alive, has a
refreshing
point of view
about his own
looks.

“T hate being
told I’m hand-
some,” he
said, “It is so
diminishing ‘or
aman. It is what you tell a
woman,”



K ISSES—those linger-
ing. passionate. censorable

—



“Isn't it a great advantage, when
write a book, to have a publisher ans husband?”

husband I was writing it, but when it



you
She

ELT

WP2O0 KiS3e3——are pParcly
fessional according = t*
Ralston, film actress. “1 pad a
Passionate love scene to play
with Fred MacMurray the other
day,” she said, “so Fred asked
my husband if he would like to
go out while we did the kissing.
“ My husband said ; ‘She's all!
yours. Fred. until six o’clock.’”

nr
Vera



L INGERIE idea some-
one ought to have thought up
before is the new nylon bra,
with straps that can be hooked
anywhere into the strong lace
edging. so you can wear it as a

teart neck, halter neck. or
straight over the shoulders
Price. 16s,

Mb int — choppea and
sprinkled on the lettuce with
oil, sugar, and black pepper-
made the freshest-tasting salad
I had last week,

N ANCY CUNARD was
hotographed
eyday wearing a headnugslng
helmet covering the hair. A
the rage—in 1932 (see picture)—
and now all the rage again in
1952

Orcurps. costing
from 2s. for a spray of four
small ones, can be sent any-
where by a new orchid service,

Princess MAR-
GARET’S hat — the one she
bought ready-
made — has
been a boon to
copyists. You
can buy it now
at any price
level, down to
30s.



UOTE from actress
Lili Damita, who dropped into
London last week-end : “I have
had some Paris dresses, and
they. were so uncomfortable I
couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t lift
my arms, I could hardly turm
my head. But, oh, they were

Good grooming
for the entire

family

The handsome family is sure of good grooming the
Palmolive Brillantine DOUBLE USE Way:

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massage scalp briskly with Palmolive Brillantine.

SS Leave oil on scalp for 10 minutes and then wash.

This massage helps remove dandruff. ., prepare
. 8scalp for perfect cleansing.

in the smart-set -

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952



= A EEEELS Lawes reports

food. and fads

"
VE

so rayishingly
all worth

beautiful it was
while.”

Recive worth trying
now that peaches are down to
cooking price 1s an open pastry
tart with egg-and-milk custard
topped with sliced and peeled
peaches and a sprinkle of sugar.

‘

8 ton ov THe TIMES
is @ toy balloon. The assistant
handed me one free when I
bought a child's cotton frock in
a big store.

| ARZAN bikinis are

the new allure for Mediterra-
nean_ beaches. Brief, amber
satin with a pattern of leopard
spots

U MBRELLA shop in
the City displays a ‘placard
and an idea some other shops
might care to copy. “ We ‘oan

you an umbrella.” it says
“while you leave yours here tor
repairs,”



V s.ver slippers to
put on when you get home come
to the shops this month. Flat,
leather-soled, soft, and pretty,
they are made in black velvet
and trimmed with a bunch of
ink strawberries or sequins.

‘om 35s. (See picture.)













y
W IFE suing for divorce
this week-end—Arlene (“pr
girl in the world”) Dahl—was
honeymooning in London 15
months ago with husband Lex
(Tarzan) Barker. So pretty she
was, with her rippling red hair.
peach skin, and blue eyes. So
well-meaning she was with her

tues

‘IT shan't let films wreck my
marriage.”” So full of sex appeal,
sne was.

And then there was Lex. So

randsome he was, so well mean-
ing, so full of sex appeal.

How weil endowed they
were with all the things
are not needed to make a
marriage work. How short of
the one commodity that helps
most.

both
that

i xX FOR ex-Queen
Narriman, photographed on the





most spotlighted holiday for
years.

She shows that, tn spite of
mi pent on Paris clothes
ar abulous jeweis, she can’t do

er than the rest of us when



it comes to finding a belt that

fits and slims her ample waist
She is wearing the same cheap
elastic belt that around five
m yn other women are wear-





ing. (See picture.)
7

% OUNG chicken and
2lb. of § ¢ provided proof o!
the the that if you eat
enough garlic no one can detec
the smell of it afterwards. Roast
the chicken in butter, stuff it
with some of the garlic. and
leave the rest to roast in the
pan

The smell from the oven ts

delici the taste is even
better, and—well. ask your best
friend

r,

A. votre happily
for this column the Americans

begin it with a Z, not, as we do.
with an X—sun-specs now being
made in America have lenses tc
match the frames in mint green,
demi-blonde, cocoa, and ebony
And if American women can buy
them why shouldn't we ?

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

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THE ANNIVERSARY WALTZ if THERES DANGER OF A .
AT WILSON’S! Celebrations are FALL, THERE'S DANGEx, Ov | fiaebton figure in
on! There’s no Champagne, but HOSPITALIZATION — Do yor
bargains ire bubbling hic wear Glasses Th imperia * oe %
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rials and practical styles are more
suitable than frills and furbelows.

The shortenirg of the skirt and
the introduction of trousers in re-
cent years mark an English-
woman’s main — but reluctant—
concessions to fashion

This week, however,
been discovering what is being
offered in the shirt line to the
girls about to board the lugger.

The most luxurious garment is
collarless, has long sleeves and is
banded at neck and waist, It is
in French lisle, fine as silk, and
is offered in white, navy, yellow
and pale blue. Cotton cellulars
are offered with cap sleeves, and
so are poplin shirts fastened with
pearl buttons, in a range of ex-
cellent colours including tanger-
ine.

Allan Solley are making a rayon
mesh which looks cool in spite of
the tipped up collar,

Gordon Love show a _ white
trimmed navy blue design in
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But now on to more substantial
fabrics. There is our old friend
the wind cheater looking just
about the same. But it is made
in cotton and has a fleecy lining,
only slightly proofed, it has a zip
back fastener.

Lillywhites have just produced
@ yachtsman’s safety jacket for
which there was much need, It
ensures buoyancy inthe water
and is lightweight and comforta-
ble, The automatic non-return
valve is fixed on the collar, and
a few hard puffs inflate the jacket
which does not seriously impede
swimming. Wearable for both
men and women, the inflator in-
side the jacket is detachable, so
the outer jacket itself is suitable
to wear for general sports.

Trousers or shorts are still
being worn, and denims are cer-
tainly “in” the young girls any-
how are clamouring for them and
this, although denims are just a
replica of the blue French work-
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sailing or‘skiing. Again, there is |
a new contraption called a floater- > a

blouse to keep the youngster afloat | CAPRICORN
if he falls into water. It resem- | + Dec. 28—Jan. 21

much time, energy.

Usually when the going is hardest or
the hour latest, then ean you of this birth > a
period accomplish what surprises others
and often yourself.

bles the Grenfell but is padded}

at different places with material |
which keeps him up.

But don’t go at too

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ent for a friend who is a keen AQUARIUS ~Â¥ou are, a, quiet, effteient person whet

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The sport originated in France
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a

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said good things. Pray; seek God’s @uid-

“frogmen” adapted its principles » nee. +
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fun or friendliness we too often withhold.
Spiritual duties first.

and men have money and time to}
spend underwater.

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BARBADOS ei ADVOCATE

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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad ~ Bridgetown

Sunday, October 5, 1952



Educational Sanity

BARBADOS spends it has been recently
estimated $1042 per head of population on
education; more, that is, than any other
British Caribbean territory.

But what results does it obtain from this
high expenditure?

Statistics of the Department of Educa-
tion shows that 2,805 boys and girls left
schools during the period September 1950
to August 1951. Of this number 823 are
known to be unemployed while the fate of
376 is unknown, The majority of boys who
found employment entered trades, Despite
the fact that no technieal school exists in
Barbados 342 boys (an entire schoolfull)
entered trades, Almost as many boys, 329.
entered agricultural employment during
the same school year. But Barbados has
no school which specialises in agricultural
training. This is all the more surprising
when it is realised that no parish in Bar-
bados has less than seven schools. Barba-
dos a predominantly agricultural com-
munity with a very limited capacity to
absorb “white-collar” workers has an
educational system which is fitting large
numbers of its pupils for unemployment
and leaving the majority of those who find
employment to learn trades after they have
left school. The twofold effect of this type
of education is to make school-children of
mediocre ability despise manual work and
to make living costs rise because employers
are compelled to employ and pay minimum
wages to individuals whose educational
training has not equipped them for the jobs
they obtain. raf

To ignore the results of an eduvational
system such as ours is to penalise the next
generation of Barbadians. - This island
simply cannot afford an educational system

which does not give technical and agricul -

tural instruction priority over academic:
and refusal even to provide one technical
school is refusal to recognise the peril to
Barbadian economy which is caused by the
prevalence of poorly trained technicians at
all levels. Of what avail to Barbados is
an educational system such as ours when
of 1,622 boys leaving school in 1951, 688
found no employment, 329 went into agri-
culture, 147 into domestic service, 342 into
trades and only 95 into business? From
these statistics an outsider might have ex-
pected the 124 schools of Barbados to be
divided into schools specialising in voca-
tional and technical education, agriculture,
domestic service and catering, and com-
mercial studies with a few academic.schools
for the highly talented.

Instead the whole educational system is
geared to the acquiring of certificates and
a small number of valuable scholarships to
Universities. While 2,805 boys and girls
left school during 1951, 47 boys and girls
obtained Cambridge school certifigates, 73
boys were successful in the Oxford and
Cambridge school certificate, while 36 boys
and 7 girls were successful in the Higher
certificate. No doubt there is something
satisfactory in these scholastic achieve-
ments but surely the economy of Barbados
and its capacity to produce more to feed
more people would have benefited more
if the 342 boys entering trades and the 329
entering agriculture had received certifi-
cates qualifying them for such employ-
ment?

It is customary when statistics such as
these are introduced to reply that educa-
tion is not concerned with training boys
and girls for employment. This theoretical
objection has no application to a society
in which the fruits of edueation cannot be
enjoyed unless those who have acquired
education know how to earn enough money
to subsist at minimum levels. How many
of the 2,805 boys and girls leaving school in
the year ended August 1951 can indeed be
said to be educated in the highest sense of
the word?

True education like the brook in the poem
goes on for ever and is far more likely to
be obtained by the individual who is equip-
ped’ by training to earn a living than by
the discontented “academic” product of
the Barbadian schools.

Education in Barbados is not free. It is
paid for by the whole community, even
though some pay far greater sums than
others towards. the maintenance of the
schools.

Simple persons believe that education of
the academic type best fits their children
to get on and become illustrious in this
island or overseas: and in fact the success
of many Barbadian lawyers and profes-
sional men here and in many other coun-
tries tends towards the enthronement of
that belief. But a government cannot
plead the excuse of a simple person and
is failing in its duty to the community
when it abets an educational system which
refuses to recognise that the talents of
human beings vary and that unless latent
skill is trained and drawn out by techni-
cal vocational education common prosper-
ity is endangered. The authorities of
Barbados will be acting in the interests
of present and future generations if they
break with the educational system of the
past and adopt one suited to the needs of
an agricultural community in the tropics.

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Domestic Servants

ACCORDING to the 1946 census some
eleven and a half thousand women were
then employed in domestic service. Since
then the numbers employed in domestic
service will have increased, although the
rising cost of living will eventually lead
to less domestic employment. Whatever
the future of domestic service in Barbados
the present welfare of domestic servants
ought to be receiving greater attention
from the agencies which seek to improve
the material and spiritual conditions of
women.

The reputation which the Y.W.C.A.
gained in other countries for its good work
among domestic servants is illustrated by
the story which was told to the Editor of
the World’s Y.W.C.A. monthly. A fellow
delegate at a meeting of church represen-
tatives said: “Oh, you represent the
Y.W.C.A. Such a splendid organisation !
Our servant always used to go there on
her night off.” Smug as this remark might
seem it is a pity that no one can say the
same thing about the local Y.W.C A. or
for that matter about any other women’s
organisation in Barbados. There just is
nowhere for the servant to go on her night
off, except to the cinema, the dance hall
or for a walk along the streets. Some
persons argue that nowhere is needed for
domestic servants who have far too much
to do at home to want to go to Y.W.C.A.’s
or anywhere else. But however true this
argument might be for some it is not true
of all and the work of the Girls’ Friendly
Society, the Girls’ Industrial Union and
the Y.W.C.A. would never have been
initiated if such a negative approach to
girls’ welfare was taken by the founders
of these worthy movements, Domestic
servants need the attention of women’s
organisations more than any other branch
of Barbadian women today and until the
smug remark made to the editor of the
World’s Y.W.C.A. monthly can be made
about some women’s organisations in Bar-
dos, enough will not have been done for
domestic servants.

Is it surprising that they look to sprees,
picnics, movies and hops for recreation
when no door is open to welcome them to

Griffiths,

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Proud they are,



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

S the Arch Druid of Wales

withheld the poetry prize at
the National Eisteddfod at Aberys-
twyth because none cf the poems
submitted reached the required
standard, perhaps he will consider
awarding the silver crown and
425 to me for the following:—

Wales is small but does not lack

Men with big ideas, boy bach;

First Lloyd George and then Nye
Bevan

Visualised a social ‘eaven

Where all Tories go to ’ell

Well, oh well, oh well, well, well.

All in Wales can play the organ—

Jones, and Morgan
Morgan;

All ’ave music in their bones—

Trefor Jones and Parry Jones;

All the Robertses and Richards,

All the Williamses and Pritchards,
All the Evanses and Hughes

Are familiar with the muses,

All the boys and girls of Wales
like blessed nightin-
gales.

or proud they

mountain and of mountain
stream;

Proud of towns that end in “og”
And one that ends in “gues

they
announce it,

are when they

Prouder if you can’t pronounce it.

To understand, though, it is

- ‘ard if a

Some of them are prou
Cardiff, . a

The stars and you

CAPRICORN (Dec. 23—Jan, 20):
Considering your filthy luck, 4
fairly normal week. Money

troubles, and the usual family
troubles.
AQUARIUS (Jan, 21—Feb. 19):

Of the seven black days ahead,
it is hard to say which will be
the blackest, As the following
week will be worse, try to look
on the bright side. ;

'
PISCES (Feb. 20—March 21):
Your usual high spirit damped
about Friday. And. again on
Saturday. By Sunday you will
need all your alleged sense of
humour.

Sitting On The Fence

By N. GUBHINS

ARIES (March 22—April 20):
Whatever you are thinking of
doing, for Pete’s sake don’t do
it. Every move brings disaster.
Seven days in bed might help
But don’t smoke. You will se:
the house on fire.

IAURUS (April 21—-May 21)
You will be so unpopular this
week that only the threat of
capital punishment will preve='
somebody murdering you. Don”
tempt people too far.

GFMINI (May 22—June 21)
Bad we¢ek for buying, selling
backing horses, travelling, stop-
ping at home, standing up,
sitting down, breathing, eating,
and elbow lifting. Get a hyp-
notist to put you into a trance
until next Sunday.

‘

CANCER (June 22—July 23: For
you, Dame Fortune’s smile is
always a cynical leer. This
week she will be thumbing her
nose at you. All your bad luck
in the past wiil seem like par-
adise compared to what will hit
you between now and next
Sunday.



SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952



you can see in a rainbow. Un-
lucky days—Sunday, Monday,
Tutsday, Wednesday,+ Thurs-

day, Friday and Saturday. Al!
the year round. Laugh that
one off.

Success story

Once again Dr. Gubbins, the
} leet-street psychiatrist, can
agree with one of his qualified
colleagues .

Dr. Desmond Qurran 7 ting
of the conclisi of tha world

Health Organization, “that persons
who are not in @ state of physical
and social well-being cannot be
healthy,” says:—
“It is absurd to suppose that
a man who is hopelessly im-
efficient at his job must be sick,
though Government rt-
ments are constantly sending
them for treatment to a psy-
chiatrist. I call it bosh.”

ah . > *

Dr. Gutbins also calls it bosh
because, although glowing with
good health, he has always beer.
hopelessly inefficient himself.

He was slung out of school
when he was 16 because he
couldn’t learn anything, and slung
into an office where he was re-
garded as the biggest fool Fleet-

: street had ever seen.

LEO (July 24—Aug. 23): If you
are taking your holidays now,
it will rain steadily for a fort-
night. If you are still working
in your office, there will be a
heat wave. Funny how even
m7 weather is against you isn’t
t?

VIRGO (Aug. 24—Sept. 23): This
weck ill fortune dogs you even
in your sleep. Bad luck in bus-
iness, bad temper at home, fcl-
lowed by bad dreams.

LiBRA (Sept. 24—Oct,,23): Your
misfortunes start tomorrow
get worse every day, reach 4
climax at week-end. Heaven
help you on Sunday.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24—Nov. 22):
One of the differences between

you and a dog is that every dog

has its day. But you won't.
Try not to envy dogs as the
terrible week drags on.

But nobody sent him to a
psychiatrist. They shouted curs¢s
at him.

When the Kaiser's war broke
out, he joined the Army agd was
regarded as the * biggest fool the
Army had ever seen. But again
nobody sent him to a psychiatrist.
They. shouted curses at him;

When the war was over he wo:
sent as a reporter round offices to

ask about the employment of ex-
all thought he
wanted a job himself, all thought
he was the biggest fool they had
ever seen, and all shouted curses

soldiers. But they

at him,

What would have happened if,
Gubbins,
| these people had sent him to @

instead of cursing Dr.

psychiatrist?

The psychiatrist would have

thought him the biggest fool he

had ever seen and certified him.

As it is, Dr. Gubbins is able to

earn a living being one of th:

4 biggest fools the country has ever

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y
ments to Barbadian progress to- ify Geor Hu te
day, untidy political ogress to we ”
tion and the lack of confidence during normal working hours. If
which Barbadians of substance the House began its deliberations
feel in the island’s future. during the morning members
The second is the more serious Would be able to discuss affairs
but largely stems from the first. of vital importance to the com-
Clearly then priority must be munity with untired minds, In
given to improving the efficiency addition the reporters would,
of political administration or else through working normal hours,
the lack of confidence which now regard the Public Buildings as an
distinguishes a small number of Office and not as a place in which
the wealthy will spread down- to take notes and then go home
wards to the many. e+. SE
Democracy cannot exist where
the peoples’ representatives can

bados,

As a corollary of an office and
secretary the “Prime Minister”
much to be relieved of financial
worries and of the need of aug-
menting his modest receipts from
the Treasury. If parliamentary
government is to succeed in Bar-
bados, the Prime Minister will
have to be paid a salary com-
mensurate with his status,

Having made Parliamentary
government on the British model
possible by the adoption of the
measures recommended above, an



more cultural and spiritual atmospheres ?
The Y.W.C.A. ought to be in the forefront
of a movement to help domestic servants
to a richer life.

T designed in Blue, |

LESS DANGER
IT was announced during the week that
the Department of Highways and Trans-



port had sunk 15 suck wells to reduce the
flooding of water in the Constitution River,
but that they had been so arranged as not
to interfere with the water supply. No well
had been sunk below a plane of 50 feet
above sheet water level.

The Government is to be commended
for this step inasmuch as much of the
blame for the condition of the Constitu-
tion area was laid at the door of the owner
of the land and the Government. The trag-
edy of 1949 has not yet been forgotten and
now that the Delamere Tenantry has been
sold the public were left wondering wheth-
er the residents of the district were to be
left to the tender mercies of the flood
waters which came down after the heavy
rains every year. Now it is known that the
danger to life and property has been re-
duced.

The suggestion was not new but for
many years it was not accepted. It was
even suggested in the past that suck wells
should have been sunk in the outparishes
where it was known that water from the
various gullies endangered small stock and
poultry in various districts. Another sug-
gestion was that catchments should have
been made to prevent the prolonged rush
of flood water from the higher districts. It
would have meant that the water so stop-
ped from its downward course to Bridge-
town could then be channeled and used
for purposes of irrigation on a small scale.
It is possible that the expense of carrying
out this suggestion has delayed its accept-
ance because no other legitimate answer
has been advanced.

Now that the wells have been sunk in
this area and the danger lessened it is only
fair that the Government should insist
that the lands so occupied as tenantries
should be put and kept in proper order
and the lowlands raised in order to afford
proper public health administration.

It cannot be claimed that the condition
of the Constitution Swamp now glorified
by the name of “River” and the surround-
ing areas admit of proper cleaning and
obedience to the rules of public health.

In the Legislature it has been suggested
that the Swamp be canalised, but as this
was suggested as an employment measure
it was readily dismissed. It is more than
that however. To canalise the swamp
would release more land and would permit
an easier and faster flow of flood water
coming from St. Thomas and St. George
via Waterford and the Gully House. The
sediment and the debris could be easily
removed at various spots before it reaches
the River bed and the inner wharf causing
greater expense for dredging.

It is to be hoped that the sinking of these
wells is but the first step in a series of
changes which will improve the entire
area.





























tended that the majority of the
island’s inhabitants would be rep-
resented in the House of Assem-

to reform the system of represen-
ation to the House, the electors
returned members on an old-
fashioned double-seat basis which
may have served Barbados well
in the past but which today is
outmoded and undemocratic.

The full benefits of adult suf-
frage cannot be experienced so
long as the seats in the House of
Assembly are based on a senti-
mental parish basis instead of on
a population basis.

Under the present
whereby 3.5 per cent of the
island’s registered voters in the
parish of St. Andrew can return
the same number of representa-
tives to the House of Assembly as
the 34.1 per cent of the island’s
registered voters who live in St.
Michael the purpose of adult suf-
frage is defeated.

Before adding to the complexi-
ties of local government which
will result from the abolition of
the vestry system the representa-
tives of the parishes in the House!
of Assembly ought to introduce
legislation to make the benefits of
adult suffrage available to the
community. ,

That is the first tug which must
be given if the untidy knot of
political administration is to be
anloosed,

Next priority must be given to
the relatively simple task of
making the deliberations of the
House of Assembly immediately
available to the electors.

To achieve this end, two
can be taken. The first is t

Education
To the Editor, the Advocate,

of education at practice in Barba-
dos; if this is his aim, I can take
up the cudgels with hun.

My first point of attack, ob-
viously will be along the line of
the critic’s authority on matters
educational; and this is what 1
have to say on the matter, Though
he may be a journalist with many
years’ experience, the writer is
not qualified in any respect te
write on matters educational —
not even on the making of ap-
pointments, So much for that.

Now, to make a few observa-
tions on the educational set up
that I hoped would have been
forthcoming long ago, There are
some senior assistants aud other
assistants of the teaching frater-
aity—lackadaisical die-hards who
hate the very word of reform and
they are certainly doing their
very best to make cthers like-
wise, This group, tnrough purely
selfish reasons adopted certain
political parties with the hope of
furthering themselves even at
the expense of qualified personnel.
They welcomed (with a certain
idea uppermost) their removal
from beneath the hands of the
Clergy etc. chiefly because their

system *

holding of meetings of the House there can



speak andthe people have no
opportunity to read their speeches
until several months after they
have spoken. The present method
of reporting debates in the House
of Assembly is inefficient. Money
spent on improving it would be
money well spent, because until
the speeches of politicians are
available at least within a week
of their delivery, the electors can-
not show approval or disapproval
of their representatives’ views.
Making slight improvements on
the present system of repoming
debates will achieve little, he
whole system must be abolished
and an efficient system introduced.

‘. = -
Having made the House repre-

tive on a population as
posed to a parish basis, and
having arranged for reports of the
Assembly’s debates to be avail-
able during the week of delivery
the issue of Ministerial status has
to be faced,

Mr. Adams is virtually to-day
Prime Minister of Barbados, but
he and the three other ministers
are ministers without any offices.

How can parliamentary govern-
ment which is based on the Brit-
ish Cabinet system function if the
ministers have no offices and keep
no office hours?

his question needs no answer-
ing because everyone knows that
it does not work, When Mr.
Adams is away from Barbados all
issues of importance await his
return: and even when he is here
all of us from the Governor down
have to take our turns awaiting
Mr. Adams’ availability.

Until Mr. Adams can be provid-
ed with an office and a secretary

eto make appointments for him

be no efficiency of

it a period of relaxation,

Ro, job, but they hated
un-

the aim is to criticize the system gress of the pupil nor the educa-

~

‘Our Readers Say:

Reora} tastes were bad. They also
saw

end must be put to the present
practice of the political leader of
the government being anything
else but the leader of :a political
party. For the leader ofa. poli-
tical party with a ramon

House of Assembly to be the chief

executive of a Trade Union is

clearly incompatible with British
ideas of parliamentary govern-
ment. There are bound to be
occasions when the

terests of the government and
impartiality is impossible where
the Leader of the political party
in power is also the chief execu-
tive of the Union.

The modernising of the political
administration in Barbados along
these lines will have two impor-
tant results. The Secretariat will
come under the political control
of the party with a majority in
the House of Assembly and the
role of the Governor will
changed.

f Barbados is to have demo-
cratic government the powers of
the Governor must be abolished
and the Governor will become a
representative or an ambassador
of the Crown,

Whether those non-Barbadians
who foisted the Bushe experiment
on little Barbados gave any
thought to these matters may be
doubted, but it is time that the
logical outcome of the Bushe ex-
periment were faced by all of us.

To pretend that the present
system of government is demo-
cratic or efficient is to misrepre-
sent the facts and will add to the
existing lack of confidence in the
island’s future which is already
acting as a brake upon necessary
economic development:

most pleasant day if such a per-
son uses the method, They a‘so
assure me that with methodical
planning, there is little or no
room for after-school work. What

they do submit (and I promise
to investigate the matter) is that

they should be relieved of some of

in. the

interests of
a Trade Union are not the in-







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i

ir—The writings a rin, e brake put on their political

a ca capaion, ‘Baucation Notes” activities, hence they became _ . eas a bm ee ,
certainly leave me wondering educational saboteurs. They only teachers *

most of the time what the writer think of the money they would * “BRUCE HUSBANDS

is getting after. One is able to like to receive, but they take no

guess (after hard trying) that thought for the welfare or pro- Maude Bill

tional system — a system which 7, The Editor, Th
. , e Advocate
o_ oe &% ives: be ge Sir.—The first item in your paper
upil is as a xesudt of the \ebele that attracted my attention on
ih against not the system, but— October Ist. was the debate over
RK. This can be altered, and the Maude Bill. As a résident of
hare are some sugyestions. for *°cKley, Christ Church, I fee! it
doing same: my duty to go under the name
First, and very important, they aoe oe the reasons of
ee » thie pe gn a Firstly, as Mr. Taima rightly
am Oa taal ne it is not, 825: separating this part of the
Ragalations should be introduced P&tish will certainly be the dowr.-
tofbidding teachers ¢ + fall of it, the chief money places
the © nk esut, such as the hotels in Hastings,
before the Ppl and/in the com: the Royal Theatre eto, —-will- be
pany a rower po > a th com= taken away and famous Rockiey

beach also be withdrawn.
Z

“Secondly, their jobs and remun- ‘The other reason that I will state
eration should hang (to a large is from the moral side and of
extent) on the number or per- course, all the other inhabitants
centage of ‘“success¢cs” they jhat were born and raised
produce and this should be done Christ Church, will agree with
by a yearly. check up or even me. After living in a parish like
half yearly, This will cause some Chrisg Church all our lives, must
of them to stop counting the we sit down and watch our de-
minutes they spend in school and lightful parish be tacked on to St
give the government a fair return Michael? Cf course, it can’t be,
of work for the money they re- and I only hope that Mr, Ta!ma
ceive. Some have intimated to and Mr, Crawford along with
me that the curriculum is over the members of the House ot
laden and calls for much work Assembly will not let the part of
after school hours from the staff; Christ Church from_ Rendezvous
others have informed me that down be joined to St, Michael.

any willing person can have the JULIUS. CAESAR



in









SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952





SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE NINE





ROGUES OF THE SEA By IAN GALE

MARY READ AND ANNE Bonney The People Of Barbados (XXVI)
wore a pe eee wecien we gS Lal “GENTRY”

became pirat —they were pre-





















-eded by Princess Alwida, daugh- a kr ol
ter of a Gothic king, and followed deka ie ~— fied quiet these : lish vessels lying at anchor. Quite
by a Chinese woman pirate, Mrs 7 whe prove that all the pre- By JOHN PRIDEAUN like the stir below London Bridge
Ching. who was a terror to all sent ge neratiory of Barbadians ire . in those days Of the Capital he
Europeans in the early Nineteenth descendants of either indentured relates that it was officially known
Century but Anne and Mary s@érvants or slaves, for had there pertod 1 have mentioned, they as ‘St. Michael's Town,’ but was
have captured the public imagin: béen no masters or owners 6f' in i jearmed the method of making commonly referred to as _ the

a apt eee there would have been neither sugar; and thus enlarging the ‘Bridge’ or the ‘Indian Bridge, y could
eae dl decane” women who s@rvant nor slave on this fair is- sphere of their trade, they from some bridge which the ear! What Mme? value

ar ey uae ‘ iand of ours: The owners who grew prodigiously rich and settlers either found or had erect

Bon > ~ e meee first settled here were connected numerous, - aver the river. Of the health there be? . . . wond
eee eee Senne tb men of. importance in those i of the port, he is not very im-
Und lo ahaa poe ware dys, and many of these mace About this time the govern- pressed as he relates of it being
young ~ Unfortunately for Mrs their fortunes out of the’ sug ment in England, which was very sickly due to the swamp by Aristoc
Read the sailor decided it was a igdustry. then in the hands of Cromwell, back of the town. But even for é

. ad a cele j confined the trade of Barbados all of this the city was b
bad bargain and put to sea again ‘ s as a busy
coma te veaeen. Te eee ro } An excellent description of the to the mother country; before, and prosperous place. Ligon states Ae prostous as pearls, os aéry ao bubbies, surpete-
months after he left, Mary's epely aqvleness * this Island is ‘ we = —— altogether that eee was ‘an Exchange Place ' ingly strong... yet cush emeningty goed wabest

as al bia ia re given by Edmund urke in hi ‘vy the itch, e sigour ex- wnere the merchants and planters magical Aristes alex
mother gave birth to a boy, and > yi ( ay anetuns eghaungue
shortly ttae wards, to her dismay, n. Account of the. Buropea: ercised towards the royal party, Dutch and British alike, met one hed
she found herself expecting an- Settlements in America,’ publish - obliged several gentlemen of another and transact their com step, ereated for you by a specialist company
other addition to her family eq in 1765, and this is well worth very good families to settle in ~ business, and especially t which makes nothing but fine stockings. There's
: : 7 rhe oting — this island, which was far from buy and sell sugar -—— both whit had

n her embarrassment she left , 1 Ss ) 3 ite i
re In th i eennt eta: wane fn the 7 reat being peopled like some other and muscovados — fustick wood to mateh your every mood and dress
ome and ¥ a Pp . When the English first land- “olonies by aad , inger; tobacco, cotto: " t
country, where the little boy died 64 hare‘ thew colonies by fugitives and per- §!bger; bacco, cotton, wool anx
eh ia cant d here, they found the place sons desperate at home, After Indigo which were the produce of
and Mary was born. we the most savage and destitut: the restoration it continued the colony. Also such articles

Mrs.Read remained in tte , that*can well be imagined, It still to advance by very hasty Were imported from abroad for
country until Mary was about had not the least appearance Saha " 2 Y the needs of the colonists “¢
four years old. All this time she of sever having bee strides. Not long after the res- Pe e colonists anc

ur years , : s g been people toration, King Charles created Which embraced everything fron

even by savages, There was
no kind of beasts of pasture o



had been very secretive as to her
activities, never letting her family
know that the boy had died. Her
plan was to substitute this girl
child of another man for her hus-
band’s baby, so that she could
return home.

Her mother-in-law was fairly
well to do, so Mrs. Read decided
to visit her. She dressed Mary
in boy’s clothes, coached her to
act as a boy and then left for the
city. Her mother-in-law was com-
pletely taken in, and while Mrs.
Read refused to stay in her house
with her, she was only too pleased





thirteen baronets from the gen-~ compere, taches, soudare and a
- . » tule - . e-s, enes and Wwoolens, vituals
>of prey, no Prpit, no herb, na Ree aia tan tlie of all kinds, swords and shoe«
root fit for supporting the life pounds a year afhnr none so ¥oWn to capers and beer ’
of man. Yet as the climate was little as cus "theaisand ” ™ On the method of trade and the
good, and the soil appeared r P fs currency used, he states that ‘al-
fertile, some gentlemen of small . The earliest historian of. this ‘ough gold pieces might some-
fortunes in England resolved to Island is Richard Ligon, who vis- mes be brought to the island by
become adventurers’ thither. ited here within two decades of vessels that had been trading wit!
But the first planters had not the first settlement, and recorded ‘he Spanish Main, the currency o
only the utter desolateness of instances of the hospitality of the ee eee
the place, and the extreme waNt settlers here. He gives an account PRALy. POUNCE G6 UERT. LORACEO. OF
of provisions to struggle with, of the hospitality “ot Colonel be aan See
but the trees were so large, of Humphry Walrond, who then re- anne OS TORS WEEP OR DEG 00
a Wood so hard and stubborn, sided ai Fontabelle,’ tacee Stel they were also so imposed. Bar-
and full of such great branches, porn), and related that the rae eed cuca te adin

a aires ; oT that they proeeeded in the clear- © 5 \t Muted ve a It was therefore quite an ordin-
to accept the crown a week which 7 ing of the ground with a diff- Corel ceing a Gentleman ‘that ary thing to sell the remaining

the good lady offered for Mary’s | ‘ ani ae hath been bred with much free- sof a C sic sie :
support and took lodgings in a MARY READ a pm jn at “tt worn down dom; liberty, and plenty in Eng- one IR ag = amen si
nearby village a ve) ieee dé Canehd R n *gual Be iis Oe eee, pai 93 : And jand’ could not spend ail his time f ,

This deception continued until , After a w hile, however, Mary's ti 4 por OEgSTs which wes Giéaréa aces s uae tolerably jn the pursuit of riches and for- — These early settlers did not con
husband died and she again assum- setting out on a privateering : e little ‘spot, the get all that he had been. accus- fine themselves to their planta



Mary’s grandmother died and ; ; ne . stale
then the girl, of her own accord, ©d the guise of a man. oe oe her W ee eee m4 =—_ toned to. When he entertained it tions at Barbados alone, for every sei
agreed to continue “‘being a boy.” the Channel, she joined a Dute' nother Woman ordinary, at das time ene was as lavish as the Island could where is recorded their zealou 72 CaSeS of

She got a job as a footboy at first regiment but soon tiring of her | gad enough, there was afford, for he would ‘have his patriotism and their high spirit o
and then 3 few years later en- duties she left the service and another and pirate on board pss Suppaaae from England table well furnished with all sorts adventure and desire to colonis’
listed in the Royal Navy. signed on as a sailor on a Dutch the ship. This was, Anne. Bonney that nothin ‘w and precarious, of good meat the Land and Sea other places which existed at thi
Bint tae West Indiaman. Sout. Tato tha Aoteaenn |. abet ne but the noblest afforded, and as freely bid his period and has continued dow!

When this ship reached the pirate Jack: Rackam, who. was courage, amd firmness ‘which friends “welcome to it.” through the centuries. This spir'!

She left the Navy soon, how- Caribbean it was. overtaken by nae! & qaarbascor re oO aris ela ke aee too many praises [t js true that Ligon received is also imbibed in the coloured
ever, and enlisted in a foot regi- English pirates who ransacked it gran re 7 h e Tale ; * a. ave carried them through ‘many favours at the hands of the face, for there is hardly a Barba-
ment in Flanders as a cadet. for spoils, Mary, being the only 1), aa Pe ae re oe art _arneeneee which they Walrond family and many have ‘ian who has not got an affectio
Getting no promotion after many English sailor on board, was im- g © t es wee h > nne had waa the noblest work in theicpeen biassed in their favour, but for this little Island. There wer
battles, Mary left that regiment pressed into the pirates service a ‘ er husband on the oo » the cultivating and peo- this record of Ligon’s is confirmed Barbadian settlers who assisted ir
and joined a regiment of horse and then the Dutch ship ‘was S3"¢ > Providence for Rackam, | F. end . rece’ part of the py a visitor to the Island not more the capture of Jamaica in, 1655
marines. Occupying the same allowed to sail away. and wherever'he signed on she 8slobe. But by degrees things than a decade after Ligon’s vistt. and many of these remained ther«

tent with her in this regiment was For many months Mary lived always accompanied him in were mollified; e of the This visitor could not help com- for they could obtain land i:

WEAKNESS...

PHOSFERINE is a wonderful
tonic for the weak and ailing,
the convalescent and the run-
down.



Atte ; , ; ; : , trees yielded’ fubtic for ; . fs ane anan the .

a handsome Dutch youth, and the life of a pirate, so effectively ™€DS clothes, 4 ' paring the difference in living be- V@Ster area and cheaper than the

without declaring herself Mary demonstrating the manly qualities The stage was now set for Ss Sat ania artes a e tween Ghis Island and that of the mee chee wn wane LASSITUDE

fell violently in love with him. of hardihood and courage that coment. Attract” by ' Bery's fair becoming Paahicnable in ae same class of individual in Eng- !imed by others who wished t eas
§ a a *

land, and recorded that the gentry emlarge their Moldings, aod! bs
their time. There is hardly a wa)

Fatigue of the nervous system, caused
by overwork, difficulties or worry—
is a sign you need PHOSFERINE.

Her passion was so absorbing that none of her comrades suspected skin and good looks Anne paid land , . :
her comrades thought her mad her sex. However, when it was ® great deal of attention to her the come bakin great oe of Barbados lived much better
and she was in danger of being announced that a Royal Pardon 2d tried to attract her in many lay aside its savage disposition than their counterpart in the





discharged from the service. At would be given to any pirates who WaYS. Noticing this, Jack Rackam and _ to submit to cultu Mother Country, What struck this against the French ot Spanish i
last, in her desperation she re- gave up their unlawful pursuits became very, jealous, and when ’ oT an Oe visitor was the number of slaves fe et Bi cosas ged ge i ; of
vealed to the astonished lad that she decided to retire to an in- Anne eventually declared her ‘These good appearances in ©Wned by the gentry of Barba- eer ee. ee ae yas in CaSeS 0,

ticipate, for as Burke records -

‘this island can raise near fiy

thousand men of its own militi
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The Queen And Sir Hugh Draws up a Coronation List

Her Advisers

By J. CHUTER EDE, M.P., former Home Secretary
The difficulty of explaining the

age, insist that the circle from
process of government lies in the

which the “entourage” is drawn

fact that it depends so much onin- shall be as wide as the nation
tangible relationships which are itself.
much more easily felt than ana- No matter how sincere may

lysed. This is particularly true of
the Crown.”

_WITH these words W. Ivor Jen-
nings Opens his chapter on “The
Monarchy” in his book on “Tne
British tion.”

Everyone who has participated

be the efforts of the members of
this Court circle to keep them-
selves free from political bias,
they will, while they come solely
from a small and recognisable
ection of society, be suspected of
hostility to popular causeyin times

the Un a Kingdon will coderse ef political and cons’ itutional
prey te Ry oy semen Co*Aithoughe of spicion may
rists may at t to impose, prac Although such | susp’ oe
titioners find it difficult to dis- De UnJust, it is inevitable while
cever exactly drawn lines, existing conditions remain. By

The text-books on the relation. Widening the intake to these

8 wi posts the Queen could remove the
uainisters fee ee iat 7 ‘ause of even unjust suspicion. —
rely on memoirs dealing wit It has been incontrovertibly
routine a generation or more ou MW ‘tablished that when a Minister
of date. tenders advice to the Queen such

The writers can only surmise a “dvice is invariably accepted.
to the intangible relationships ex- | he only possible exception is a
isting at present. Yet it is certain ‘commendation from. a Prime
that the general public expects Minister that Parliament should
that in the future these réelation- be dissolved.
ships between Queen Elizabeth
and ber advisers Shall continue Safeguards
t direct.

. An occasion when refusal to

Remove Doubts
But let us recognise that in ad-
dition to hér Ministerial advisers.

accept such advice would have
been justified has not occurred in
recent times in the United King-

the Queen is sutrounded by dom, but it has arisen in the Com-
another group of people wit): monwealth.
whom she is in close and constan! Formerly, another possible

contact.

Their outlook and background
toust, in part, at least, create and
considérably influence the atmos-
phere in Which she lives,

Of this smal] group Jennings,
who wrote, we should remember,
during the Second World War,
says:

“The methods adopted by the
royal entourage, and acquiesed in,
perhaps unwillingly, by the royal
family, tend to perpetuate that
social) stratification which is so
inconsisteht with democracy. The
main cause is the maldistribution
of wealth, and it is assisted by
the public school system and the
oeenr of the educational lad-
ler.’ If he recommends clemency,

Already the post-war years .ondemnatory letters arrive from
have seen a beginning in the re- those who think the sterner course
distribution of wealth, thus dim~ should have been adopted. He

inishing the power of the mone- cimijarly receives correspond-
ence, some of it violently abusive,

tary cause of “social stratification.”
The highest forms of education jr he fails to make a recommenda-
tion.

are miuch more accessible. This
oa ined on tence aaa To take one actual example, in
from whom the Queen can choose the case of Ronald True dissent
those who- shal] surround the fom the ministerial advice was
“ yoiced in the House of Commons
and remained vocal outside for

Throne, ;
The riext few years will see the
continuation of these changes, â„¢@ny years.
The inevitability of their conse Next Stage
quences cannot be doubted. It would have been deplorable
The Queen should, in the cir- if the charge—without foundation,
cumstances of this and the comingin my opinion—that this man’s

cause of difficulty was the action
to be taken on Ministerial advice
to increase the peerage so that the
veto of the House of fA, on pro-
gressive legislation might be over-
ridden. The amended Parlia-
ment Act has rendered the consid-
eration of such a contingency un-
necessary.

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any controversy which adminis-
trative acts might involve so long
as the doctrine of ministerial re-
sponsibility is honoured.

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cises the Royal prerogative of
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On the desk lay a plastic
very pink and patriotic, and a
plastic palm wand of the sort
waved by loyal subjects in stage

rose

plays.

Sir Hugh Casson fingered them
appraisingly: “Contractors’ sam-
pies,” he explained. They have
been sent to his office in the hope
that he will buy them by the
gross to hang up on the Corona-
tion route.

For three years from 1943
Casson was director of architec-
ture to the Festival of Britain.
Working to a confidential advance
estimate which cannot be much
less than £100,000, he is now
designing and co-ordinating Cor-
onation decorations for the City
of Westminster, which takes in
most of the six-mile processional
route to and from the Abbey.

Perhaps it is fairer to say that
the job is being done by two
married couples. With Casson
as the leading spirit. His design-
ascistants are Peter Miller (28),
architect, and Miller’s wife Sheila
(24), who finished training as a
graphic designer two months ago.

ietenentneeninnatiae

life was spared because powerful
society influence had been exerted
on his behalf could have been
made against the reigning mon-
arch instead of against the Home
Secretary. ,
Ministers are responsible to 4



House of Commons, elected by |
universal suffrage, for all the
advice they tender to the Queen

and for ail the acts they do in
her name.

That model forms the working
basis of each of the self-govern-
ing Dominions which make up
the British Commonwealth of
Nations.

In these the Queen is Head of

the State, and her representative, |

in her name, receives and acts
on the advice of Ministers as
she does here. At United Nations
meetings these countries speak
and vote separately and not
always in agreement. Their do-

mestic legislation is by no means |

uniform,

All_ the
throughout
concerned to find
by which, while this essential
diversity of application is pre-
served and their responsibility to
their own electorates is maintain-
ed, these great nations shall be
able to bring their collective in-
fluence to bear on world events.

Queen's
the world must be
some means

This is the next stage in the
evolutionary process, and one of
the great tests of the continued
vitality of British democracy will
be Tts ability to accomplish it.

The first Elizabethan Age was
an @ra of adventure and expan-
sion, Those same characteristics
must mark the second Eliza-
bethan Age. (World Copyright.)



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

»He has a third heip in Lady Cas-

son, who, like her
practising architect.

Already the team has produced
200 sketches of route and off-
route projects from triumphal!
arches downward. Worked up
into sets of alternative perspec-
tive designs, these have to be
lodged with Westminster Council
before the end of this month,
then discussed with other
designers, including those of the
Ministry of Works, who are
responsible for such sites as The
Mall. Trafalgar Square and Par-
liament Square.

Secret

For the time being Casson’s
detailed proposals are on the
secret list. One thing is already
beginning to emerge, however, on
Coronation Day there may be
touches of sprightly innovation
down side streets. But the Cor-
onation route itself will discreetly

husband, is a

echo the past, with tradition as
the keynote.

“The Coronation,” says Cas-
son, “is. above all things a

on,

national and religious ceremony.
On the procéssional route ‘exhi-
bition’ antics would be out of
place, Royal ciphers and coats-
of-arms inevitably enter into the
decorative scheme. You cannot
monkey about with the design of
uch things even if you want to.
My aim is to be gay, elegant and
lighthearted without being face-
tious; dignified without being
pompous.”

| Casson has been designing
ephemerally, mainly for exhibi-
jtions, trade fairs and the like,
ever since the war. At 42 he is
typical of architecture’s frustrat-
ed generation, “As an archi-
tect I have built practically
nothing,” he regrets,

Soon after he qualified his
father received £1,500 under
somebody's will. He said affably
to Hugh: “Would you like to
| buy yourself into a practice? Or
go to Honolulu for fun? Or build
5 house and sell it?” Casson chose
|to build a house because as he
| says, the only way of becoming a
| real architect is to put something

Ministers | up as soon as you can “and see

what s wrong.”
So Casson built what he defines
as a “funny little peekaboo five-

bedroom job” which still stands
outside Winchester. It cost
Casson senior £1,175 plus _ site

value, and was sold after three
months’ hawking. Father made
no profit on the deal. Between
1985 and 1938 Casson built four
more houses of the same type at
£1,500 to £2,000. His commission
on each house was about £90-—
“not much return for six months’
part-time work.” To make ends
meet he cultivated sidelines:
commercial drawing, architectural
journalism and what not.

He had met Margaret Mac-
donald, a girl from South Africa,

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952





in the b studio at the Bartlett
School of Architecture, where they
vere fellov tudents She wa
designing a vicarage and, provo-
itively enough, did not seek his

dvice, That was in 1933. Whe
y married five years late:





Casson was earhing £10 a week
He looked forward to establish-
ing himself as a “private-practice’

arehitect and making a name for
himself between 1940 and 1950
i.e., by his 40th birthday Insteac
of which he found himself daubing
airfields as a camouflage officer ir
the Air Ministry.

After that came aé_ spell as

technica! officer with the Ministr
ef Town and Country Planning
From 1948 he was up to his ear:
in South Bank affairs, which wor
him his Knighthood, The South
Bank is now an emotion recollect-

ed in tranquillity, I permittec
myself a grumble about the Dome
and the Skylon. “You didn’
have to like them,” said Cassor
equably.

He and his partner, Neville
Conder, have an office in Ola
Brompton Road with five assist-»
~ an a secretary.

_ As in the ’thirties, he de

in part on sidelines, Fo gy
better sidelines. He has a sal-
aried post as Reader in Interior
Design at the Royal College of Art,
Most of the interior design com-
missions that come his way pri-
vately are of the gilt-edged sort.
He finds time, how I cannot im-

agine, for writing, broadcasting |
and miscellaneous drawing as|
well |

These are things which help pay |
for the family car, a 1927 Rolls, |
and the upbringing of the little!
Casson girls, Carola (11), Nicola |
(9) and Dinah (6),

Since the war the Casson men-|
age, six including governess, have |
dived in a three-storey, 1840-ish |

house off Kensington Church |

Street with fetchin rey and
white paint on its nsek. ¥ .

At week-ends mother and father
do professional work in one leg
of the L-shaped _ sitting-room
one's each has an architect’s desk.

desk is noticeably nicer than
the other. There are amible
squabbles as to who shall use it,

In-a week or two the Cassons
move to a nine-roomed house in
red brick at Kensington, not far
from Casson’s R.C.A, job, The

riod is 1890-1900, which, Casson

Is, is going to be the next
bricks-and-mortar fashion, the
on early-Victorian houses

having, he considers, about spent

itself,
Snug

In Kensington the Cassons will

have separate work-rooms, Lady

Casson has already chosen hers.

It is something snug at the top of

the house. Who is to have the

favourite desk js to be settled by
negotiation and treaty.

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acné es oe ee ‘Gk we de 3 ». Company Meeting 7 p.m. 7.18 p.m Divine Service. Rev rivicism in rippean OICES Q hazara
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Sung Eucharist and Sermon; Preacher: p.m. Reception Service for New Mem ©4™mpb “ “2 sc aeeliaa . Ss a quarter of a million German 7”
The Dean, Subject: Regularity attend- bers. Sacrament of Lord's Supper neal ROADS 1 a.m Holiness cnet ere cay the island; will S Next Two Sundays ds meses s of British 4q ; > n Nokwav.. The “pe me @ From Page 9
‘ Fa ae . ’ Meeting. 3 p.m. Company Meeting. their best to attend the Quarterly Co ¥ Well,’ by Wilson Harris o riti troop in Norway. he hero of ‘
J ance at Public Worship and especially All Sunday Schvols at 3 p.m : . Sal M Capt L. vention In the next two editions of ~ ’ . . Sana . re : -
at the Holy Corgmunion. 11 a.m. Matins SPECIAL: On Monday October 6th M » ™m. Salvation Meeting aptain L ‘Caribbe Voices.’ ie sekly Guiana will be read followed by this particular trip was the almo n :nother pirate. still- savagely
and Sermon; Preacher: The Rev. R. S. 1952, the Circuit's Special Effort to be * DIAMOND CORN — i1ta‘m. Baus Caribbean Voices, the weekly comments on them by Roy Fuller. legendary Leif Larsen who cross- resisting the boardets The
Ripper; 4.00 p.m. The Children of the held at Shrewsbury will take the form | oo ’scoceng. 3 p.m. Company Meeting Sunday evening programme of those broadcasts last for half an ed to Norway 52 times and won womer i” 1 ial ail a , .
Parish; Preacher: The Rev H. A. of a Cultural and Musical Festival over " ae rs A. . a Tr CHRISTIAN SCIENCE West Indian prose and poetry, Ta Mee dive innornt a a : vomen only surrendered aftez
Melville. 7.00 p.m. Festal Evensong, which Mr. W. A. Crawford, M.C.P. ) Pm. Salvation 3 eating. Laamenen ? Gihenets- wil hear comments on UOUâ„¢ and begin at 7.15 p.m. They five decorations from Britain they realized that the position
Sermon, Procession and Te Deum; will preside. There will be a panel ot LONG BAY “4 Stolinees 3 First Church of Christ, Sctentist 1 near ¢ > are beamed to us in the 25 and the Conspicuous Gallantry Medal, w; hopeless, and all the rat
Preacher: The Rev. W. E. Dash; Sub- Judges to award prizes and shields in | 0% UO" gg re gy Sie Wager May Strect, Beige, the works read, comments given 3; metre bands, 11.75 and 9.58 the D.S.M. and bar, the DS< tier “antec ten tees ee
ject: Boldness in the Spoken witness of the Competition between Junior and oif ft PM; Company eee Bourne. Sundays 11 am. and 7 p.m. Wednes. bY two well known English critics. * oor evcles and D.S.O. The BBC broadcast post Pena qons and taken to
} the faith Adult Groups from the four churches. Sava u cn ee ee ee aol ‘Meet. Savy 8 p.m. A Service which inches Whether West Indian writers "°89cycies. ~~ will be at 9.00 Satta Port Royal. There, after a quick
ne Monday, 6th October, Octave Day Mems include Solos, Recitations, Duets, — a.m. om eer” Testimonies of Christian Science Healing ith th ities rhict The Responsibility of vill be at 9.00 p.m. on Wednesday trial they were sentenced to be
7.15 a.m Holy Communion and Anthem and hymns. 9 a.m, — 11.30 ing. 3 p.m. Company Meeting p.m ‘Santas, Gaies ta ’ agree W ese criticisms which B casting 8th October hs nai ’ Menced to be
Thanksgiving a.m, 1p.m.—5 p.m. A Social in the a Meeting Lieutenant N Quiles of Lowsn-Berman: , ER. the producer arranges from time roa menting ; 3 hanged ;
ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH SCA Teme. in SE OE 8 Meeertel Tab , Ny GOLDEN TEXT: Job 15: 31. Let not him to time is a moot point; quite often | Sir William Haley, Editor o Welcome To Britain Anne Bonney and Mary Read
- Sunday October 6th let for the late Mr. Yearwood who was THE ST. NICHOLAS EPISCOPAL that is deceived trust in vanity: for the comments arouse a storm of The Times after eight years as at once announced that they wer
: TRINITY XVIi — 8 a.m. Holy Com- Headteacher and Social Worker for over ORTHODOX vanity shall be his recompence. Tbe Hrotest but they give the hearer Director-General of the BBC is to irting next Friday the BBC oxpectant nother — y M x
gnunion; 9 a.m. Choral Eucharist; 10.30 twenty years WELCHES ROAD — It a.m. Matins fettowing Citations are included in the | y & e so . adios he Gener will broadcast two programme tually Saale | gy 7 oo oe
a.m. Holy Baptism; 11 a.m. Matins and MORAVIAN Sermet,, ©) 9-o. regan ond Sermon. esson-Sermon: The Bible: And I wili food for thought and do show give two broadcasts in the General yo), Mesienid: Seo ieee ually neither of them was’-
Sermon; 3 p.m. Sunday Sehool; 7 p.m, _ROEBUCK STREET: 11 a.m. Morning Preacher for both. Services innien im ve them an heart to know me}...... what English writers think of the Overseas Service. These are )") a Enec r_ visitors hanged
rerny, er Sees oe bn aay by Holy Communion). cauiees - Porn, epee they — ape = ee their works in question. On Sunday specially recorded talks originally a or or — ht a-tq Corona On November 15, 1720. Anne
METHODIST p.m. ening Service (followed by whole heart. eremial : . clence . . ~ eal a ne » Inj. “won 1¢ guide will be Wynfor: Satins & cr oe .
tie ee Sma Res. W. Ry ecimion’ Yeqehar: Bev. BS. and ndaivers, Peeatkcr Roe Me Ryever® and Health with Key te the Soriptures: 5th inst. the programme will open faltvered, as, Jectures, in tha Uni Vpughan ‘Thornes who ti he, O° ney was allowed to visit Racks
. . 7 mse! as . , » versity o: s May 1948. 1 — s S- nm 1 y to see y pre.
7 pm Rev. KB Towers BA BD. GRACE HILL: 11 a.m, Morning Ser- ClaTke: the subject will be; “St. Paure py Mery, Roker Baez. As Os with a short story by . Seymour versity of Exéstol in. May sf teers how to get over the hurdles J Sit Anne her eee

is good and is Spirit, goodness and jp ' . : ‘theme is ‘ > esponsibilities of . ck, id Anne. “t oe 2
PAYNES BAY—9.3 a.m, Rev, 8. Vice, Preacher: Mr. W. Hayde; 7 p.m, {tst Missionary Journey.” This is the Oiticaity must be immortal. Page 277. Pounder of Barbados entitled :heme is “The Responsibilities Of oF Customs etc. and what to see in fought like oy, OLS, eee































tes : 3 . fifth in the Series of “The Life of St. ‘Three’s a Crowd’ d the con- Broadcasting’ and there are two n a man, you need not
Payne (S). 7 p.m. Mr. W. st. Hill. Evening Service, Preacher: Mr. I. Oxley. fist = ees 3 °° an e con ; : Britajn Broadcasts ere ¢z ” 4° . > c

WHITE HALL—9.30 a.m, Rev. F. Law- FULNECK: 11 a.m. Morning Service; P@! coke ery cy i cluding half of the programme will talks, the first dealing with the p a Fy rp tte loth enn sith Moy have been hanged like a dog.*
rege ae in Me. @. Harper SE ete ie ae AE ag ' pageeee be devoted to comments on the responsibilities ‘Within a Nation adi Cab alan ba heated a oe These were her last words. to-the
Lawrence ($). 7 p.m. Mr. F. Moore. | MONTGOMERY: 7 p.m. Evening Ser- _ 1! a.m. Matins and Sermon; 7 p.m ] ISTENING story given by Arthur Calder Or Community’ and the second Gays 6th and 20th at 4.15 p.m man she loved, for the next..day

BANK HALL—9.30 a.m. Mr. J. T Vice. Evensong and Sermon; Preacher for both Marshall. On the 12th inst, a ‘Between Nations and Communi- Captain Jack Rackam was hanged
One Batt he’s F Lawrence (S). WiDUNSCOMBE: 7 p.m. Evening Ser- serete “he ae B. Grant, L.Th.; series of poems, ‘The Fabulous ties.’ They will be broadcast on aresnceninanpaee - Gallows Point, Port. Royal,

—| . i. ic ae * rT r. . eyne. 7 2 - aw . mete . along i . £ < .
McClean. 7 p.m. Rev. G. Marshall S SHOP HILL: 7 p.m. Evening Service; 5 P.m. Monday; Wednesday; Friday; HOURS ay are Mondays at 9.00 p.m. and Friday P li oss B 1g with eight of his .rew.
HOLETOWN-8.30 a.m. Mr. D. Reid. Preacher: F. G. smith. training for youths; this will be Con- indie oveoken'¢ sens a repeat of Monday's talk—at OLLCEe a t
C1 J , 4 wr , t i, ve 5 . - —_—
7 bom, Mr. D. Scott.” Se a) tall EGOLF ee ee a aie (Asuistanh Pustecy ena hans eee Cake 400 p.m 7.15 pon 25.53m 5:15 p.m. beginning on Monday, : y
Sen as ee ee, eke ae etre) Melee Dn We mecialtey teva, toe gate to ae SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952 32m 6th inst. Queen s Park Arranged by Sir, Hamilton-Shertet
x : 10.80 a.m. Morning Worshij 7.30 p.m, youth training any of the evenings og eae al nee — rf by Handet c
oO RETHEL—11 a.m. Rev. W. ¥. Vivian, Evangelistic Service ° Pm Stated above; at the youths centre; 4.00 p.m. — 7.15 p.m. 25.8%m 31.3am. ,-% p.m. The News; 410 p.m. The The Shetland Bus nt ; 4) Gavotte—In Olden Style—Seunders
Holy Communion. 7 p.m. Rev, T. J. Monday: 7.30 p.m. Baptist Young Tudor Bridge —————_—_—_ — —— Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. Welcome to on the Bhan banic b . BBC The monthly Sunday conce“t (5) Entracte—Dernier Ar Gung’!
Furly, Holy Gamsninien 4S eganigrs Eiaton, NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH OF GOD 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10 p.m. In- Britain; 4.45 p.m. Harold Smart; 5.00 n the coming wee the will take place at 4.45 p.m. this Nocturne Celebre—Liebestraurhme —

DALKEITH—11 a.m. Rev. T. J. Fur- Wednesday 7.30 p.m. Praise and Pray- RIVER ROAD — 10.30 Invites all terlude: 4.15 p.m. Council of Europe [7 Listeners’ Choice: 6.00 pm. Welsh will broadcast another adaptation Jr onoon. Included the pr oe
ley, Holy Con i 7 ’ Mr. C. er Meeting. Miss B. Laird, recently members and friends to attend the Consultative Assembly; 4.30 p.m Miscellany; 6.15 p.m. Marching and of a thrilling book of the last war. “ °C ee ee See Oratorio Excerpt The Crucifixion
SF Se, | 5. BT. TEE. Bs ar - : Sunday Half Ho: 5 Chopin, Waltzing; 6.45 p.m. Sports Round up ~a oy: ° . > gramme will be favourite selec- Jobn Stainer
Brathwaite returned from the U.S. will speak Quarterly Convention at the Steel Shed X Hour; 5.00 p.m. Chopi This time it is ‘The Shetland Bus’ ' e se s n

BELMONT—11 a.m. Miss Bryan 7 Listen every Tuesday and Thursday at in Queen's Park 5.30 p.m. Educating Archie; 6.00 p.m. 24 asa gee Parade; a 0p m. The ao 7 Lt c ar D * i oH , th tions from Stainer’s Oratorio ‘*’ Finale ~ Gralsritter March ~Wagner

m. Rev. W. F. Vivian, Holy Commu- 9.00 p.m. to “Echoes of Heaven". — 7 p.m. Divine Service, Rev, L. R. From the Bible; 6.15 p.m. English Mag- News: Pars Ee 6 ES ENN OR Pe tens SEE OREO. an CRU CEPDETONE Reamctttl ay ee eae or) on ee
ion ee ee You are cordially invited to attend the Summers, Minister in charge. azine; 6.45 p.m. Programme Parade and "3. 10.30 p.m. 31.32m 49.71m, telling of the service which ran . y ee ; wth’ ag!

SOUTH DISTRICT—9 a.m. Rev. T. J. services of the Egolf Baptist Church, BANK HALL — 10.30 Attending Interlude; 7.00 p.m. The news; 7.10 p.m. : ee —— regularly between the Shetland "@ sed by Sgt. C. Archer, the rr Dassen biving. feith ck Gecua
Furley, Holy Communion. 7 p.m. Mr, Visitors Weleome! . Sue in the Steel Shed; oh a from, oe p.m. 31.32m , 7.15 p.m. Books to Read and the Arts: Islands and Occupied Norway deputy conductor of the Police unison bell-like motive, which
Callender. ote Wine ae ae eh bn, Devine. Servies. ay. Mi. Bo Nm: ; 7.45 p.m. Charles Villiers Stanford; 815 between 1940 and 1945, The Band. continues until the reed’ with a
7 ie ae oe Rae Eee Seal, ony 90 Din. Sunday, School 7.15 Prettijohn. Minister in charge ——$—$—_— _ }.m. Radio Newsreel; 8 » Sia eyes service was so well organised that PROGRAMME Giscord » teldeves . thers The vas

oie Rie a s. tens ig “ y sely Stes a are ae a a ECKSTEIN — 10.30 Attending the 7.15 p.m. Caribbean Voices; 7.45 p.m. #45 p.m, European Survey i §.00 p.m th Nor e 5 Shemeste ‘a a) M arch The March of the Bowmen mainder is of a pleasing smooth

an - 2 * Kew Member Minister.—Rev. E. A. Quarterly Convention in the Steel Shed; Sunday Service; 8.15 p.m, Radio News- The Responsibilities of Broadcasting; the Norwegians themselves spoke Curzon character, until the brass enter°?**"*
7 Ee eS al ps embers X r . : . Guesh's Park reel; 8.30 p.m. Chopin; 8.45 p.m, 9.45 p.m. The Billy Mayer! eve nals of ‘taking the Shetland Bus’ when . Taken from the Robin Hood Suite with the famou “Dresden ~ **
Crosse. Sacrament of Lord’s Supper. "SALVATION ARMY 7.15 p.m. Divine Service. Rev. Haloes in Haggerston; 9.00 p.m, The semble; 10.00 p.m. The News; i they planned to escape from their °) Overture Prodana Nevesta (The Amen.” Wagner uses this «in
7 p.m. Mr. N. Daniel BRIDGETOWN CENTRAL — 11 a.m, R. H. Walkes. Minister in Charge. Royal Philharmonic — Orchestra; 10.4 B.m —— bn me ag mn. ms own country. The broadcast re * Pee ey Brie) ne Stott +e Boxthy te make a anna pound madd
: se * 3 , COX ROAD—10.30 a.m. Attending the p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m. From the Science eview; ie i : v e 5 - (3) Suite Overture Alla Siciliana it forth to ma a glorious finale. -~
toes taeainens a bby as supekr Meeting "yon Satvation Vactte. Quarterly Convention in the Steel Shed; Editorials; 10.15 p.m, London Forum; + deh tines pm. Tales from the constructs one of the most danger- Bourree, Menuetto GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. oe
aa . a 7 's Ps Music Magazine Pacific Islands.
7 p.m. Mr. A. Holder Snr, Captain W. Bishop Queen's Park 10.45 p.m : < ‘ :
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EDUCATION NOTES:

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€ tempted to discuss
educatic th The fiat
eems to |} ) forth that a

member of the teaching fraternity

found fraternising ith the write
of Education Notes in the “Advi
cate” will be considered beyond
the pale. If I am correc my
suspicions then there are several
hundreds of people with whon

they will not be able to consort in
future,

If I have martyrised myself,
then like the Psalmist “I am con-
tent to do it.” I am not the only
person who knows that some-
thing is wrong with education in
this island, That does not wor
me, but what is distressing, i

the

to

to find that only people who
do not seem realise this, are
the people closely connected wit!
the administration of education
in Barbados. And I am going t
prophesy now that unless some
public enquiry is instituted in th
very near future many Barba-
dians will be ashamed of the fact
that we once boasted of having
the best system in the West Indies



or at least system ‘which pro-
duced more scholars pro rFatio
of populatic than any other in
the area

Tf was with some difficulty that

I got confirmation of the appoint
ment of Miss M. D. Weston, B.S«

of the staff of Queen’s College
the Inspectorate of the Elemer
ary Schools. I knew of its po

sfhility even before I criticised th:
appointment of another -Misire
of the College to the headship of
the School At tl
time 1 wa yvondering wh
Miss Weston had evér been oifel
ed the appointment. >

Y am now wondering whether
Mrs. Adams had taken the ap
pointment at Richmond and Miss
Weston had accepted the post of

Richmond

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Lumber Cleared
From Wharf

Following the unconfirmed re-
port from Puerto Rico about pos-
sible bad weather some weeks
ago, the Harbour Master notified
all lumber dealers who had lum-
ber lying on the wharf of the in-
ner basin to have it removed. as
quickly as possible.

Steady work by porters and
clerks. of the various tumber
yards helped to clear the wharf a
great deal,

Some of the lumber is_ still
lying there but it is expected that
this will be removed early nex
week,

Up to the present there has been
no further report from the Har-
bour Master’s Office about possi-
ble bad weather, but storm and
hurricane warnings are still being
published,

Bus And Bicycle
Collide

Shortly after 12.15 p.m, yester-





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= 7 a i, f r lo O
DS 2 Tectures On
7 Shak
ERRORS Shakespeare
A, y é of ecture# on |}
Inspector Sch t would bas ppe ig this year. Is Shakespeare, uncer : auspices |
lave happe Que C@i- there any justification then for tne _Extra-Mural Departrssst
lege. I say because the Fe- removin f the teachers (ana the U.C.W.I., is being given by
coniiaindaticn: } Director for a specialis trom Queen's Col- Mi Aut re Douglas-Smith Resi-
this mew appointment must have lege 1 used the same afgumenydent Tutor. When Mr Douglps- |
been made or contemplated at the against the appoigtment. of an Smith ‘first came to Barbados, she
m me as the headshiy Assistant Mistress from the St. gave a most stimulating and a=
Richmond School. Michael’s Girls’ School to the forriative series on 5! TT
This would have meant that headship of the Richmond School. and his audiences on those former
! both appointments. taking If this method of taking teach- oceasions will no doubt return—
place, the College would have ers from the First and §e¢0nd and encourage their friends 10)
een short of two mistresses taken Grade schools is a settled policy, hear him deal with plays which
rom First Grade Schools and and I hope that I-do the Director he has not yet lectured on in
ised in Elementary Educateon. no harm by tnis inference, then public, The course consists of ten |;
A is now Qu ‘s College was I do him the justice of saying that jectures as follows :
pened one week after it was sup- I do not beliewe that he realises 1, Shakespeare's Stage
posed to have been opened; that the danger Of such a _ policy. 2. The Comedy of Errors.
September 23 instead of Sep- Whether he intends it or not itis 3. King John
tember 16 bound to reduce that standard of $+. Julius Caesar.
But those are mere trifles as teaching at these schools and al 5, As You Like It
igainst the graver aspects of the 4 time when it is admitted that 6. Twelfth Night
matter. It seems tc be a settlea there is great difficulty in getting i. Othello.
sey of the Director to use as Specialists teachers in this island. g Macbeth.
iny teacher fro: Secondary Of course on some future occa- 9- Anthony and Cleopatra.
hools to fill gaps in the ele- Sion, and if I am not side tracked 19, The Winter’s Tale.
ntary education administration by more errors ofthis kind, I The first, on Shakespeare’s'
s he possibly can. In the case Shall examine this clamour for Stage, was given on Monday night
f Mr. Jarvis a merciful Provid- Specialist teachers, what it is cost jst, 29th September, at Wake-
ice recalled him to Lodge School yiné this island (in terms of anX- field to an encouragingly large
fter he had been taken from tty) and the fallacy of the pre- audience; and even if the lecturer
larrison College and' made an Sent method. went over more or less familiar

inspector

I am assuming that the Direet-
will stick to his guns and
claire that according to the pub-
hed advertisement, he needed
mathematical specialist on his
spectorate. Let me ask if Miss
Weston can be of aS much use as

n Inspector of Schools as she
can be where it is the constant
omplaint that the girls are not
coming up to the standard de-

1anded for the Barbados Scholar-
hip
in
pinion of my own; I am mere-
y drawing reasonabie~inferences
he Government recently amend-
ed the Barbados Scholarship Act

» allow the fifth scholarship for
‘irls to. be awarded to a boy if
no girl came up to standard. This

s what happened last year and it



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REPORT
YESTERDAY
Kainfail irom Codrington
nil,
Total Rainfall for month to
date : .26 in,
‘Temperature.; 70.5° F.
Wind Velocity : 4 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(11 a.m.) : 29.958.
TO-DAY
5.49 a.m.
Sunset : 6.00 p.m,
Moon : Last Quarter, Oclo-
ber 10,
Lighting : 6.00 p.m,

> 29.983

Sunrise

High Tide ; 4.49 a.m., 4.41
p.m.

Low Tide : 10.36 a.m., 11.15
p.m.



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Harold Browne of Stroud Land, {y Pavideon, Henry D. wanace jacigle
in ¢ ac . Smith averdene, -Cyctorama »
St. Philip, was involved in aM aC- Wonderful Counsellor, Timothy H. Van-
cident on Magazine Lane, City, sluytman, Emeline, Marion Belle Wolfe
with the motor bus M-767 while fotor Ves tT B. Radar, Investi-
he was riding his father’s bicycle. ; 7A WOON RIVAL
Browne was not hurt. At the er Blin Wonita, from triG@ab
time of the accident the bus was under Captaim WH: Beniston. Con-

proceeding in the direction o ) The Schootier Owners’ Associn-

White Park. The front fender of

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| e*fsulific *rertment you have been needir

I shall digress here to Sive ® ground, it is always pleasant |tp
ae aasat pais ot toda a aes an expert discourse on your |
Frcol and he is peld $988 pet favourite literary period. :
month.to teach Spanish and Book- Mr. Douglas-Smith’s exposition
Keeping, It might be a good allo- on the stage, an understanding of

cation of specialists but to me it which is essential to the enj@y-

is not a matter for commendation nt and criticism of the plays

to anybody concerned. Diggs mae ae by * a ae ;
: 4 ,, de Witt’s famous ra > is

a of gee caetn td doe, then went on to a discussion a! >

vey the idea that the Director of utmber of interesting questi¢ns | >

fducation is responsible for all which will perhaps be endlesskly

debatable. Are producers wrong |

in cutting Shakespeare’s plays?, Is

“Theré “hot © evidérice {hat _ Hamlet
cause it would take a genius of no ust ‘have betn “cut in Sihakes-|
mean calibre to be able to find Peare’s own day and that there
perhaps versions’ of

all these wrong things to.do and Were .
in such sequence, the: play? ! b
And so the Director should join The quéstion of Shakespeate’s
with me in asking for a Commis- alleged contempt for the dramatic |
sion of Enquiry. unities was raised and by illustta-
: tion Mr. Douglas-Smith pointed
out that not only was Shakespeate |

the errors of which I have com-

acting

J. EB.

not the pioneer of this revo-|

Waterfront lution but was himself not al-|)
a ways so disdainful of the unities |

B as many ~people seem to think. |
usy Nor have tha.unities been banisb-

ed forever; for a modern €x-

THE waterfrént bustled with ample of uncompromising adHer-
activity yesterday. The schooners ence to this principle is tos be
Timothy H. Vansluytman and found in R. C, Sheriffs “Journey’s
Zita Wonita which arrived in port End”. _
on Thursday and Friday nights It was interesting to hear fiat |
respectively, were unloading their Hamlet was acted at sea by Eliza |
cargoes of copra and charcoal and betham sea-dogs not six months |
this involved the assistance of after it appeared in London. |
local dealers in this commodity The lectures are on successive
together with that of the crew’s. Monday ‘nights, excluding the
Another arrival was the schooner bank holiday, and the fee for the|
Marion Belle Wolfe with similar“course is 84 cents for Association | ‘
cargo. : 4 members and $1.00 for non-mem
Launches and their crews had a bers.
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steamer Sunadele which brought “
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eee Intransit

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to welcome their respective peo- atrived here _ yesterday by the
ple, who included the West In-.Golfite from England intransit on
dies cricketers and His Lordship his way back home. “He had at-
the Bishop; the Right Rew,G. 4G. tended.a Police-Officers’ Course in
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE ee SS SUNDAY, OF FORE AI. NDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952
PUBLIC ALES et tt eecaaap eee
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2 | $ 4 |
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TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTAT | a Fong
—— ___ REAL ESTATE AUCTION HELP es
FORK SALE APPLERY-ON-SEA, & James — Tw oO g orilies it
— — - > ’ James Ty
LEWIS—On October 4, 1962, MILTON, | haaroor i ' Each has those} 1 will offer for sale by Public Com-| CLERK— “Clerk for our ‘Workshop,
CARLISLE LEWIS (69) of Hughenden caida’ ne ( rooms and | on at my office VICTORIA STREET |Gammencing salary $80.00 per month ,
Barbarecs Hill, St. Michael. His fun- AUTOMOT veranda Moder ence FRIDAY Wth at 2 p.m. (1) parcel | AB>«y in person with written application -
ae ee ee ae IVE ATHLONE-ON-SEA, Fontat » ier at NELSON ROAD NAVY GAR-| between the hours of 2— 3 p.m. toC. A
urch at § a.m. Monday and thence > “ - A Fontabeile vic 7220 SQUARE FEET w Rock — yl Estat . tra z
tothe Westbury Cemetery wGAR—Wolseley 10 bp. car. Offers in Gats, * each dinin, | frontage ; with Wise LESS a Seas Betore, May Stet." HALO leoves your BLA
Enid Lewis (wife) and family ing to submitted up to Wednes = bat Moder 2) 2 parcels of land at BELMO - 2.10.626n
THANKS 4.10.52—4n . 5.10.52—2n, | WOODS 34,592 and 1744 square feet, ex-; BALESMEN OR SALESWOMEN to jell and easy to manage. 2 c@
GRIFFITH The undersigned grate- AR—One (1) Fleet Master Chevrolet|,, BUILDING SITE "Lire Eu ing cite. Immediate popes. ieee ar, D-M. Shirt and Garment ° *
TE hice threoils teak taadiien t6itee 3 edt Te. r et] prighton, Black Re , sion to both For all information and | Factory, Lower Bay Street. Apply now
{uly bea through this medium tol Car in excellent condition. Good tyres. | Drahiog, Binck Roek: § lars. conditions of sale apply R. ARCHER Mc 4.10.52—2n HALO makes your A.F.S., F.V-A.
is a a 8 » A Smith, oletown, St. Jamer at 3188 v *% A, Chee n ZI£ Dial 2947 Vietoria St t
appreciation to all those who attend s > 9 fm Sirees
aegegentinn, 1G sil toe whe ated: cg MEO: | dette iin 16.5230. | Ree $.10.52—4n permanents take FOR SALE
y tm any other way sympathised | CAR — M1070. Standard 8 H.P. Two-|..Pwellinghouse cx ALPHA” and FRAME —- Eagle Hall, nr = better — last longer! S
wit us in our recent bereayement|Deor Sedan in Al condition and fully | SHOP attached, situ the sane |Dr. Mgnning) Thursday $th at. 1'p.m ‘ ”
occasioned through the death of funsured to June 1953. What offers 7/04 WELLINGTON and = BECKWITH | Wooden Frame 18 x 10 » 6 te te tomas Keep this date open for the ere
Theresa Ann Griffith on 29 Dial 3788. Mrs, P. A. Cheesman STREETS, Bridgetown, standing ou 5550] Terms Cash. R. Archer Mc Kenzie i HALO REVEALS ‘ 7 BUNGALOW, LODGE
Joseph Griffith ‘thusband), Clar 5.10.52—3n, | *Quare fect of land 5 . ST. MICHAEL—3 -
ence Griffith (son), Every] Bowen { The house cor tains drawing d dining oe aimee 5. 10.52--3n. ANNUAL LEEWARD THE HIDDEN BEAUTY roorr drawing & dining ition,
(grand) 5.10,52—1n CAR—One (1) Chrysler (Windsor) |700Ms, pantry and kitehen, on ground a e kitchenette, breakfast room,
Sas Fluid Drive Automatic Gears in perfect floor, and 2 bedrooms (1 in rt em ws NOTICE OF YOUR HAIR pantry, garage, ‘4 to 14% acres.
We beg through thi oaaa Tyres practically new. Apt ap ) —- ual conveniences, u it —— ggg seen Shares pERIGHTWoon, ST. LAWRENCE.
edi to thank all those kindjto Mr . dney Kinch r Me ernmen water and electric is ndia iscuit Co. L ted Beach property 3 bed
itiends who sent. wreaths, carda or } Courtesy oe r 110.52. 1a, | installed ’ ne era ae Shares 7 nner the 48TH eae cena Bia
‘“ vy condoled with us in ou iis ih | iapection on application to Mrs. | Segoe Shipping & Trading Co., on ae NOVEMBER Batbing :
ment occasioned by the CAR-One (1) Plymouth Sedan i good | iter on the premises, or Mr i id. Shares CLARENDON, BLACK ROCK—
eit dene con and brothe: | Condition, Apply Mr. Atwell c/o Dear’s| Hinds at Cosmopolitan Guest Hous 0 Barbados Co-operative Cotton Fae- at PARADISE BEACH Low priced house with about 1
eth Springer Garage 5.10. 52—3n,. Bay Street, dial 4208 tory Ltd. Shares CLUB vere. 2 reception, dining room,
Mrs. Maude Burrowes (mother) _.{ The above property will be set up for The abovementioned shares wll be set of 2 bedrooms
Bertie, Rudolph, Horace (brothers) CAR—One (1) Austin A-70, pertect | %?'¢ by public competition at our office, ie oe sale at Public Auction on Friday, BUNGALOW, THE GARDEN,
Iris, Marjorie, Una, Fraulein | sondition. Owner driven, for further | James Street, Bridgetown, on "Thursday he th October, 1952, at 2 pm, at And watch this space. WORTHING Recently built with
(sisters) . 5.10.52—1n, | nformation dial 2838. 3.30,09-en. | 9 ‘October, SE eS ee (secur SAY, Races Bias, patio, verandah, living room,
‘ie rE OOD & BOYCE, rn. 5.10.52—4n; TICKETS: $1. ’ garage
WALCOTT — Mr. Victor Walcott jan’ || CHRYSLER ROYAL 1938 MODEL, CAR, | 1.10,62—81 ER THE ‘ _ sane ee seeatts attractive
m beg to thank a se 1% 8 good tyres and a bargain at $700.00 ND)
Ticals ant relatives who attended th SSeurlesy Getagé, Dial 4si6 § LAND 4,626 sq. feet of cultivated |". IVORY HAMMER lots 10,000 to 18,000 sq
funeral, sent wreaths, cards, letters, « 3.1.52—6n. | Kitchen garden land now reaping (Govt By instructions received from the BUNGALOW, BLUE ‘WATERS—
in any other way expressed sympatt | water installed) with fruit bearins | Den ge S seneee sell on Friday, Modern home with 3 verandahs,
with us in our recent bereavemen FARGO TRUCK — a ' House on the land can be pur- One at Messrs, General Motor reception, dining room, 3 -
accasioned by the death of our dea: | fruck. Mechanioaliy Sond Sh tenner chased, if desired. Airy spot, cool. Con-| (us, ,co.. Nelson S® (1) 1952-A-40 Austin DAY NEW } “COVE SPRING COTTAGE, SF
jmother Sarah Rebecca Walcott who die: } generally good. Engine recently over-|“#¢t C. Hackett, C/o Advocate Printery. Tae een ae in accident, s Pn aby ee Kain enige ST.
on 24th September, §.10.52—1r nauled, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616 5.10.52-—1n erms Cash, Sale at MES awing réom,
i 7 ace pee = ela lalei dle tect die VINC ENT” GRIFFITH, dining room, 3 bedrooms, gara;
3,10.52—3n a ee
"| INDIAN CASTLE ESTATE, NEVIS Auctioneer, BROWN’S NAUTICAL Wea. Botking
N MEMORIA TRUCK—One 1947 Chevrolet Truck )500 acres (32 in coconuts). With or eee ALMANAC 1953 , JAMES COAST 2 storey secidenns
— ——-———— a ie without animal flocks (cattle, sheep The M/V. “MONEKA” will ES COAST—2 storey residence
CAIN In sacred memory of our 232 in A-one Condition. One 1959 P. Sn accept Cargo and Passengers for attractive location. Excelient bath
beloved Montrose Jessica Cain who ee Sal ae mathe or” 2. a | SSS. Eee Doreedy aaa Pe Lome Te THE SILVER FOUNTAIN PEN SACKS Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, ing 2
was called to higher service on Octo- . . mm - : AMMER Nevi d St. Kitts, and Pi MODERN HOUSE, ee bit
Cweedside Road. 27.9.52-—% a y FOR ALL PENS levis an ee at m1—
een: x boast lies a picture of ee “RORAM , a Chatte! dwellinghouse I, On Thursday, 9th Oct. by order of When joints and mus eres On cae breakfast Seam. be bedece
jeep in ou rts s a . , standing on rented land at corn ¢|Mrs. Gordon Yearwood, 4 ing Friday 3rd October, reakfas' room, 3 bedrooms,
our dear Montrose, whose memory ELECTRICAL | Sancing TOR Peat ae TCAD ihe. Hous sppoovenette’ at eis sell We sxe the only — 2 cles are wracked with } garage
will never fade; St. Michael. Inspection on appication | Hall Cottage” Dayrells Barbados equipped wi e , remem- © M/V. “CARIBBEE” will }}) RESIDENCE, ST. JAMES
link of love she f d lif, | DE yrells Road, which in- Th
That link of love she forged in life,| BATTERIES—Car Batteries. Two (2)|to the Public Trustee, Public Buildings, | Cudes Extension Dining Table, Upri Tools for fitting sacks and liabl eT White accept Cargo and Passengers for {( COAST—Valuable and beautifully
Death has made it stronger. 6 Volt Batteries, excellent condition; | Bridgetown | and Ch le, Upright ber reliable 4 s “ Montserrat, maintained property. Drawi d
live in hearts we leave behind Fairly Re: adi “iced ¢ a: ; \rm airs, very nice Waggon, mibs to Fountain Pens. Liniment. A single massage Dominica, Antigua, OUeerT a ! Pp ‘awing ani
To we 3 r gelsty pe a enon nney oman call at) The ho nd its appurtenances Whatnot; Double End Settee and cush- N' ‘ATI ERY Al brings warming Nevis and St. Kitts, and Passen- {{ a maine rooms, verandahs, sun deck,
not to die; Swan Store, No. 50 Swan Street | be t up sale by public compet | jon Rockers; Gate-Leg; ‘Tea Tab! JOH SON’ ON ° gers only for St. Lucia, Sailing ({{ 5 bedrooms, etc.
To_ dwell with Christ is ee dite. 5. 10. 62—1n | ¢ James Street, Bridgetown j Hamlet Stool. Lady's, ‘Deak; Souamaal 7 comfort, Why suffer when Saturday 11th October, 1952. { MALTA, ST, PETER — Solid
Ever to be remembered by Maria: — ———— — ,, Sth October 1902, at | @h¢ Writing Tables, Morris (Chairs with relief is so near at hand? \ modern home with every con-
Gin deening anes iy, Art ge ep a ge eg he ag ual Spring eushions all in Mahogany: Ax- B.Wi. sUMOONER OWNERS’ ) venience. Lounge deck, sitting
Cae OE) Pe orkay * ott fi Peer etOr ae one oe wears RpAme OOD a9 heres fos A ae _ China WHITE ASSOCIATION (INC.) a ae ipl 7
10.52—8n, | Cabine ‘olding Card Table; R.C.A. - vishly
(nephews and neice, US.A) Mrs. guarantee rema’ #875 cash Abeluaing - Radio; Glass and China; C equipped
a sano gieeeeniabieomehtad _ ,; Radio; Glass a rystal Bow Consignee, Tele. No. 4047 quipp ome with lounge, din-
Ruby ‘Sealy, see Hu my. Gelivery. Phone 8521. 0.52—2n.| SHOP—As a going concern “THE Dinner and Tea Services; Paintings and | REALTORS LIMITED ie ing Foom, 4 bedrooms, double
Caroline Brathwaite. e Hinds -—~ | JANETTA DRESS SHOP.” For terms | Pictures: Brass Jardinieres, Bowls &c: « " Gttade. (ai) services
family and many friends. TWO (2) 12 gallon Electric Hot Water |; conditions apt to Cotte, Catford | Ansonia Clock; Verandah Chairs; Sim- i, GRAEME BALL — Recently
RENT faces. apply: “Beabley Kinch, | Por >) = 110 AA | Deep Blea’ aah ibe Mattcseenty Bit OFFERS dining room, gallery “S pedroome,
= ie * ODS | ge ep Sleep and Fibre Mattresses : ining room, gallery, 3 bedrooms,
FOR fin 1,10.52—4n. |" “LYNDALE” St. Leonard’s Avenue, |tored Press, Bureau Bedside “apie: ' garage. laundry Genuine bargain.
jstanding on approximate!y 10,876 sq. ft | Prie-Dieu Ghair in Mahogany; Singer NEW BUNGALOW { RESIDENCE, ST. JAMES’ COAST
HOUSES LIVESTOCK |gallery, drawing, dining and 8 bed-|Sewing Machine; 3 Burner Fhrfection Known as No. 10, Blue Waters, aha ian a inna Palms ips —Recently built. Patio, drawing
Appléeby-on-sea, St. James. iy lat rooms, large Kitchenette, garag flower | Stove; Coolerator Zine Top. Tables: and standing on ‘approximately room, dining roo.a, 5 bedrooms,
built house, Has never been occupied PUPPIES—Half-bred_ Terrier Puppies, |#M4 Kitchen gardens with bearing fruit | Kitehen Utensils; Scales; — Garden 14,000 square feet of land, com- use ae pane baths. Bathing.
Four bedrooms, dining, a rooms|6 weeks old. Phone 8222. trees. Inspection daily after @ p.m. |Bench; Carpenter's Tools, Books, Can- prising three bedrooms, one with SOUTHBOUND aby an ee abedt-aie
and verandahs. Modetn ience =. 3.10.52—1n, | Phone 4660 “8 =. Vite tan ae many other items. dressing-room and toilet and bath Sails Sails Salts Arrives — Sails ade ape about 4¥4 ae
Phone 2985, Nirs. C. ©. Sjatke. emcees oo . 4 ~3n Sale fi 0 Soles peerient condition attached, combination drawing and Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados and dining fTooms, 7 % neeebone:
.10.62-—2n. ire. — Pure bred Bull Mostift|' Tee" dersianed will offer dar aele be ; erms Cash dining room, separate toilet and Lady Nelson ; 22 Sep 25 Sep 27 Sep 7 Oct 7 Oct | usual outbuildings ce
=~ Bitch Puppy. Phone 0174 | yu igned will offer for sale by BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., bath, modern kitchen, two servants Canadian Cruiser .. 1.Oct 4 Oct 14 Oct. 14 Oct. |
APARTMENT—Upstairs at “Gardift” 7th 2.10.52—4n. |Public competition at their Office No. 17. Ahetloneats rooms with toilet and bath, garage Canadian Constructor 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 23 Oct. 2 Oct. | WHITEHALL, ‘CODRINGTON
Avenue, Bellevile to an approved tenant | High Street, on Friday 10th October 1952, uction: This rt n be bought for Lady Rodne 24 Oct 27 Oct 29 Nov 7 Nov 8 Nov HILL—Converted into 4 s/c flats.
Ges und Electricity installed. For par- at 2 p.m. the dwellinghouse known as 5. 10. 52—2n pi te Boe ae . ee et : . ‘4 e NEWTON LODGE, MAXWELL
ficulars apply to Mrs, P. H. Burton MECHANICAL “BARBAKEES” standing on 2 Acres, 13 @ retsonable figure. Please contact Canadian Challenger 6Nov. J Nov 1 Nov. 18 Nov COAST — Substantial property.
‘Teohone 3 3528. 4.10.52—2n In COMPRESSORS ! : perdhes ef land ituate at Barbarees | UNDER THE SILVER | Us as soon as possible. Canadian Cruiser 25 Nov 28 Nov. 8 Dec 8 Dec Galleries, drawing and dining
es ee 2 salle ior operation from | Hill, St. Michael. ! i ae rooms, 3 large bedrooms, garages.
Anns PLANTATION HOU power-take-off of Tractor: Easily attached| Electric and water services laid on | HAMMFR SWEETFIELD : NORTHBOUND sal Aiiedi Acted UG Nce abetves WINDY WILLOWS, PROSPECT,
Lucy, ideally situated. Apply: A. and inflates tyres in quick-thme. Courtesy | and there is also a Watermill, Suitable |, SALES IN OCTOBER Large stone. house comprising ecvtaes barbed Baton St John Halifax Montreal ST. JAMES—Stone bungalow on
Husbands, Mt, Standfast, St. James or| Garage. Dial 4616 3.10.52—6n Ree residence or a warehouse | THL RSDAY 9th — Mrs. Gordon Year- er ge Sree, hedrooms, ire Bihtisa ensianees 8 Oct. we : meat me ae - $1 Oct a4 Oct yast, 3 bedrooms, good verandahs.
N. E° Husbands, Crab a. ok ye) ————————— mapection on application to the care- wood's Sale, “Pleasant Hall Cottage,” iving room, ning room, two : PROPERTY ‘WHITE PARK
: 9.52-t-£.n.| AGI TURAL EQUIPMENT, in-| taker on the premises : "re" |_Dayrells Road, . toilets and baths, one with tub ped B; (ng seer a ae ra sarees ROAD—Large 2 storey house and
a rass mowers, rakes, Crop| Far further particulars and conditions |TUESDAY 14th & bath and hot and cold water, ain _ wt mer “oa ct 19 toe 13 Nov nnexe Suitais office, warehouse,
“BEVERLEY”, Blue Waters Terrace | © 2 Miners Cha thndecet Pr of sale apply to EDD 4 6th — Pawn Broker's lee. eae Scat spare ser ay eater RI wee P aoe 4 ant 4 Tec: ap ariments. etc.
, 16) Octob' 10.00 7 month. | mu ributors, an oaders: Fertiliz COTTLE, CATFORD & Sales Rooms 17 High Str rooms, kitchen and shower room, “ i S set 4 s LD, ST. PETER — 2
a ne etober We eo. 52—23n. | distributors, Harrows, ploughs and sever: gn, | THURSDAY 16th — Mr J F. Heller's standing on approximately 2'% Canadian Challenger 28 Nov 4 Nov 1 Dec. e nee a 2 ee storey estate type house. Inter-
other items of interest. Courtesy Garage. | ——————_____________. Sale. “‘Kingscote,” 8th Ave. Belle- acres of land about 100 yards from Canadian Cruiser .. 19 Dec. 20 Dee - ec lec Perak ki esting possibilities. Good bathing.
GARAGE at “Martindale”, Hastings, | Dial 4616. 3.10.52—-6n REO RY COTTAGE — Situate at | vie ie pubes Beach. ; This property = RC ry ty, THORERS, ST. JAMES—Country
able for sammotsting = lates Cit. | te nornbury Hill, Christ Church, (part JESDAY 2ist Sale by order Li 3 n extensively renovate y the mansion wow figure accepted.
Ring 3480 or apply in person to Howoll| | BIC re eaarcHias ang other makes! Wall and Wood) containing three bexd- | Agents, Auction Rooms, 7 Ea ae present owner, and can be had for for further particulars, apply 1o— BUNGALOW, ROCKLEY—Com-
Fouse of Beauty, Hastings. oc nm and adu SPECIAL LOW!rooms (with running water) closed | TUESDAY 28th Mr, Leonard Knight a very reasonable price. Inspec- fortable timber house main road.
1.10.8%--2 |CASH PRICES. Courtesy Garage. Dio'| gallery, Drawing room, Dining room, | and Mrs, Felix Haynes Sale. “Clifton” tion by appointment only GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD. —Agents. 3 bedrooms
_ | 4891. 3.10,52—6n | Kitehenette, Toflet i B y | Btre shy : : LAN
teh ‘ . 1 ane ath, running ratehelyde ND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—
MANHATTAN—Flats on sea, Welches water throughout, standing on approx.| BRANK: TROTMA BUNGALOW Main road _ frontage 101. Area
Christ Church from October Ist, good Tae add a all-steel six-| 1's acres land. Apply any day (exeept | yg dn & ©O., At Rockley New Road, compris- 16,738 sq. ft. Ideal business or
sea bathing. Fully furnished, all modern Wiles : ppaignas especially for local con-| Sunday) to owner (Mrs, EB, St, C. Burton) | ing three bedrooms, dining and || factory site
conveniences. Three bedrooms each ons. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. | on_ premises 28.9.52—<4n . | 5.10.52—1n. living room, modern kitchen, \ BUSINESS PREMISES, HOUSE
Refrig., Garage, Servants’ Room, enclosed i #:10.53-—61 ee oes ; : | UND toilet and bath, all bedrooms have ) oe pranEr — Good shop
A ate 20.9.52—t.f. | “GRASS MOWERS — Tractox/anims:| dwellinghouse situate at buriey eee | ck THE DIAMOND kitchen peer ta vers ENP. NS) NOUR. CRORES HOR StARIbE HOME, Nr. saxpy
Ba piloua— crane Cost mere |Say"san, urine he Coma args |g oe 12M cutee | ay tama emioet teem tne|(f Gipase “Testagsst "sass Ste eee aa
m 15th Jan. an st, 5 vs n tags > vorancans, wo velvi rom the ular residentia area m= 5 a ty ave arage .
oo oases. * 0.9. B2—t. . | public rooms, two bedrooms, usual eon- | executors of the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Tardtate possession. GALVANISED MESH WIRE. ‘| Lowest priced property in this
MACHINE—One Treadle Singer Sew-|veniences, kaichen &c., garake, servants’ )Cozier I will sell at her house “Speed- we
STONEYCROFT on Sea at Worthings. 1 ee Apply Mrs. or Clarke rooms, and enclosed garden Electricity areas Lakes iy, on Wednesday next CHURCHILL | LYNCHBURG, STH AVENUE,
Furnished including Simmons Best Beds ad, Ban all, St. Michael. and Government water installed, th October at 12. 30 g:sjeek her house- Situate at Maxwells Coast Road, BELLEVILLE—2 storey house with
and Frigidaire., Lovely Beach Best Sea . 10, 521m. }° Inspection by appointinent with) Mr, | hold furniture white “includes;—Couch comprising three bedrooms with verandahs, drawing and dining
iT —-| St. Clair Hunte Dial 3229, and bed, hard bottom chairs, bentwood running water, combination draw- rooms, study, 3 bedrooms,
Bathing, Dial “8133. 1 . Be
bute aid Se ee ee ee eae cone property will be set up for sale rookers, | carpet, = ee a chairs, ing and dining rooms, ma Pa usieriaas s Si
fl swat able ‘0 s e}by public competition at ur off entre tables, collection of jet bath e R OW, ROCKLEY
D s aa “i od Paes: widths as follows:— James Street, Bridgetown, on. Frid larder, clock, mahog. bureau,” treadle Pecperty is et ates. in i good? Corner Broad & Tudor Streets Attractive house with verandah,
mCOrs 1177 — $260.00 10th October,’ 1952, at 2 p.m. machine (Singer) telescope, 2 cameras, residential area with excellent sea living room, 3 bedrooms, garage.
WINIFRED—Land's Bnd, 2-storey hove? on een ¥YEARWOQ@D & BORCS. ae aan washstands, mirror, bathing. A sound investment at ROUMAIKA, DAYRELL’S ROAD
drawing and dining rooms, 4 bedroom: Roquiries oe he ‘aon eta ia — wpe ma. pogm ware, and other a very low reserve price. ||| Imposing 2 storey house with S
jences Appl: . P. . 0 “BY 8’ Sa : Cu reception, 6 bedrooms, suitable
oe ley Land's fd. Phone *708 Utd. Dial 3713. ROCKLEY NEW ROAD, | D'ARCY A. SCOTT, BUNGALOW : guest house or club.
‘ 2.10.52 31 28.9,82-—t.£.1. CHRMET CHURCH Auctioneer. 1 VILLA ROSA, PASSAGE ROAD
RSS ESS, -| This well and substantially built stone 4.10,52—3n 2», Ovals Be ee eat Spacious well planned bungalow
cs Foes AO an oe eae uy hadioan, with o view of Ane ep the Golf Course unobstructed to 2] ]] on 14.000 sq. ft. Dining, ‘sitting
Tho Housewife's Road, Bank Hall, St. Michael. Geckley Gol Care Und pe are ce ssn ss acer UR “°SPATORT, PAYNES BAY, ST.
Pal so an. | Tne howe contats on one door, sit-| Under the Diamond Hammer |i) yi): a3 JAMES — Re-modelled 2 storey
Alphabet me | ting and Dining rooms, 3 large bedrooms boards, drawing and dining rooms, house with patio, lounges, 3 bed
. see 2 we ave bee e YB i 1 ~ : we re
SINGLE AXLE TRAILERS—Without | fitted with basins and running water, and {_,/,have been instructed by Bidos Agen: ote Sieben. Scie aoe a rooms, good beach frontage.
) Ww } ] . - . : ic . ” 7 7
anes wiles fan has built in hoist to the front, ean |two of them with built-in cupboards, | iidow Taxi Cab Co Bay Street on Friday toilet and bath, garage for two Is now Available in addition to our Resturant (Upstairs) Beeenesoe;, SS: eae nee
or’ pecomes play any make Tractor $360, other trailers | large well_fitte kitchen, and separate tone bungalow with 3 bedrooms,
orry disappears 500. ‘Smith's Engineering Works, Phone | bath aur toilet : 7 ee Oat aaae & o'clock the follawing:— ORTt: 8 Se ry ge and Snackette, Grill room and bar (downstairs). ; lounge and dining rooms. Beach
J Sa ars op > a . (1) new uy motor truck wi a lot o etc. e DI
1949, 30.9,.52—6n There is a Duilt in Linen cupboard in : " 5 re jue c 5 frontage
hen you have antes the passageway, and ail the rooms are | *Pate parts very good for the coming sprecximately 19,000 square vet For Rates and Reservations Phone 4730 BEACH PROPERTY, 8T. LAW-
SPRAYING EQUIPMENT — Tr fitted with extra power points, and the|‘ToP (1) Citroen car, (1) Kaiser car, me. RENCE—4 bedrooms, living and
& f a a kill windows are fitted with hood d shut-| (2)_new Lloyd's cars, (6) Pilot radios A RL I N dini Neri Sand
NATURAL GAS IN fh] corizig, aad nimaisldes. guteny |Win. vy ne gees ines tga ncas | Seen eet Oe Mee Michels BUNGALOW ea Poe
YOUR KITCHE Garage. Dial 4616 .10.82—6n | Qn the ground floor there is a large | {25) gross bottles, (26) 165—-400 Michelin Situate at Graeme Hall Terrace ESTATE HOUSE, ST. JOSEPR
cellar B ft’ Kish with cement floor and | Tres, and (30) 165—400 Michelin tubes. wery attractively designed, com- Marhill Street —Spacious § bedroom property
SSS SSS TRACTORS: FERGUSON AND MAS.-|ample room for storage, laundry ete Interested parties can inspect the above prising three bedrooms with toilets .Mr. FOSTER TAYLOR © with well wooded grounds,
a SEY-HARRIS, ilable with wheels| There is a garage and servant's room in °"Y day except Sunday on application to nd baths attached, dining and > PARAGON - Nr. Seawell
SSeS SS ‘Pneumatic or steel) half-tracks, full-|the grounds, and servant's bath and the B'dos Taxi Cab Co Swing rooms, kitchen, verandah to HITS 2 4 oo 6 0.4.4.6.66.666690600860H0OOO0OO000O00000000046 y Christ Church. storey ‘Country
“ACCOUNTANCY COST ACCOUNT. (| ‘rack and many other attachments | toilet in the ground floor of the house D'ARCY A. SCOTT, he west and a nice patio to the House with panoramic seaview
ING, COMPANY SECRETARYSHIP Your enquiries solicited. Courtesy Garage. | The under-mentioned will offer the prem Auctioneer east. The property stands on . MODERN COUNTRY HOME
att cases An 4 intensiv: Dial 4616. 3.10.52—6n. |ises for sale by public ction at thei PURL:A N rae KE approximately ‘2 acre of land. ST. JOHN—Recently built stone
iethod" Course (for award of eer ren eenenapnnenenni—s eter — fice, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown
ee ce Associate oe Fellow) wil TYPEWRITERS — Standard and Port-|on Friday the’ 1th day of October, 1982 a EVANTON THERE IS NO BETTER WAY property with 4 bedrooms and
MG ones ue meena attr able. Phone 8169. 5.10.52—2n ride p ™m ieee — ebecatsanned, EY Situate at Top Rock comprising g windows.
telephoning 5 ‘or further particulars TO SETTLE DISPUTES 3 BUNGALOW, PINE HILL —

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FOR SALE

AT —

Graeme Hall Terrace

Modern Two Storey Stone built Residence containing 3 bed-
rooms with built-in wardrobes, large living room, gallery,
kitehen, garage, laundry and 2 servants’ rooms, Approx.
18,000 sq. ft. of land. Easily convertable into two flats,

The owner of this property is not returning to the Colony
and will sacrifice for first offer over £3,600.

We consider this to be a give away figure with the land
value alone being worth over £1,000.

JOHN M. BLADON & CO.

’Phone 4640

Plantations Building



ing toilet and bath, spare room
that can be used as a breakfast
room or children’s nursery, living
and dining room, kitehen, toilet
and bath with hot and cold water,
Verandeh to the south and patio

the north. The outbuildings

prise servants’
toilet and bath, and a
garage. Inspection by appointment
only.

PARAGON
Situate near Seawell Airport,
Christ Chureh, comprising two
jarge bedrooms with dressing

rooms attached, two medium size
bedrooms with dressing rooms and
built-in cupboards, toilet and bath,
jJarge open verandah entire length
of house with a lovely view of
Chancery Lane Beach and the sea.
Downstairs: Entrance lobby, livirg
and dining rooms, breakfast room.
pantry, kitchen, large study, and a
lovely open patio to the south
This property also has lovely
grounds and a portion of arable
land containing 7% acres. Iv-
spection by appointment only.

© COVE SPRING COTTAGE
A lovely cottage standing on =
roods 27 perches of land situate
at St. James Coast having its
own private bathing beach, and
rising three bedrooms, with
private toilet and bath to main
bedroom, drawing and dining
rooms, European bath with hot
and cold running water ‘and
separate toilet, modern kitchen,
and a gallery on two sides.

WYNDOVER

Overlooking the very beautiful
Six Mens Bay, St. Peter. Stand-
jng on approximately 4% acres of
land having an extensive orchard
with specially selected fruit trees.
‘The house comprises three bed-
rooms, dining room, living room,
modern toilets and baths with hot
and cold water. Large ve
Extensive outbuildings including a
larve garage, two servants rooms,
laundry, workshop. This property

‘been extensively renovated by
Re present owner
HOMEMEDE
Situate in the Garrison, St.
Michael, comprising four bed-
yooms, combination living and

dining rooms, separate toilet and
bath, kitchen with built-in cup-

rds, verandah the whole length

the building. The outbuildings
comprise two servants rooms with
water toilet and a garage for two
cars. The above property stands
a approximately 7,500 square feet
of land This house has gas and
no electric rationing Inspection
by appointment only

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Electricity Supply.

WATE BEG to notify our Customers that a TOTAL

SHUTDOWN of the Supply will be necessary be-
tween 12 Noon and 3 p.m. on SUNDAY, 5TH OCTO-
BER, to enable essential alterations to. be carried out
on our Main High Tension Switchboard.

Further work will be necessary on subsequent
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rooms. Private wooded grounds.
LAND (Rear of NEW PLAZA
—Approximately 30,960 sq. ft.
valuable building land with 16
ft. R_ of W to main road,
BUILDING LOTS, ROCKLEY—

a sites adjoining Golf
ub.
COUNTRY VILLA, CHRIST

CHURCH—3% miles town, Pleas-
ant house with beautifully laid
out grounds, £5,000,

BUILDING LAND, ST. JAMES’
COAST—Prices from 24 cents
upwards several sites av

BUILDING SITE, ST.
RENCE—Approx. 10,000 sq. ft on
coast in developed area.

BUILDING SITES, CHRIST
CHURCH—% miles from town, 24
ets. sq. ft.

BUILDING SITES—Overlooking
St, James’ Coast.

STRATHCLYDE Inqposing
home with 4 acres. 3 double
bedrooms, spacious main rooms,

DURHAM, WORTHING — Se-
cluded stone bungalow, 3 bed-
rooms. %_ acre.

NEW BUNGALOW, WORTH-
ING—Compact with 3 pedrooms,
walled garden. Main es

THE RISK, ST.
storey house, 5 bedrooms, 1
acres. Beach opposite.

STONE HOUSE & ANNEXE,



Fontabelle. 2 bedrooms anneex.
Roomy living rooms.
COUNTRY HOUSE, 8T.

JAMES—Attractive & comfort-
able old property with rustic
charm, Modernised,

SEASIDE HOUSE, WORTHING
—Stone construction, 3 bedrooms,
living and dining rooms, veran-
dah, good beach frontage,

HILLCREST, BATHSHEBA
Stone bungalow 3 good

‘

aya room, gallery, light

er.

TopRuR” CATTLEWASE —
Popular holiday home. Soundly
bullt with 3 bedrooms, lounge
and gallery. on

BAY HOUSE, CATTLEWASH—
‘timber construction, good order,
3 bedrooms, good bathing. ¥% acre.

SILVERTON, CHEAPSIDE— 2
storey stone house, 4 bedrooms,
central location.

WINSDALE, CHEAPSIDE—Sin-
gle storey house, 3 minutes Town
centre.

HOUSES — Hastings Road —
Two small properties on main
road

BUNGALOW, Two Mile Hill—
Stone built with bedrooms, 2
living rooms

RESIDENCE, St. Lawrence —
2 storey house with 3 bedrooms,
& spacious main rooms, About
@ acres good building land.

PROPERTIES IN
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Jamaica, St. Lucia, Bermuda and
Dominica.

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Investments.

Sugar Estates.

Rentals.

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QUALIFICATION ?

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1} or ARE YOU INTERES®ED IN MAKING MORE MONEY’ { |
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The Decorstions and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation | PART ONE ORDERS Architectural Draughts- a Sanitary Inspector Courst {
of Her Majesty the Queen, have been informed by the Manager of | Pe ane and General Agriculture {
the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Limited, that their company ' a OTs iain i a ee . (c a Sten Course. {
is prepared to allocate an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts for | ' Commenting dha Mech.) vel, sree Insurance Practice. i
»s 1 ti 5 p | The Barbados Ragiment )) 7 : é Salesmanship.
the purpose of illuminations next June. : | inde Nea s > Oct. Autemobile Repairman’s > \
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early next month, and although it is impossible to allocate any cure} Se sh meee pebinel cornibehd af “ANC thptent Electrical Installation and nero i}
rent at the present time, they are willing to utilise this set for illumin- | F, L. Johnson on leave wef 25 Sep Wiring Course. Sehoo! Certificate Course it |
ation purposes during Coronation week ; 4 Guptain Sanaa becatale taesion se. Autkiotasst: Phe Whe wed Ri is ap General Electrical Engin- Accountancy. {f
It is requested that all applications for a supply for illumination pointed Acting Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment, wef 2 Oct. ©2 ba eeecal coca: ; Civil Service Entrance })}
punposes should be sent to the office of the Barbados Electric Supply | She’ Comingmting ations wishes to congratulate the Regimental Band on their ‘eentien Ste P in bee otien Cours i BRINGS
iP Corporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, stating the actual} performa on Thursday 2 -Oct., “1652, at Hastings Pocks ° Ou SOR Vaeee: ti
dnt gh q ne 1. PARADES—TRAINING . Write for full particulars if course is not mentioned. }
wattage required All ranks wit! pa*ade at Regt. H@ at 1700 hours on Thursday 9 Oct. £2. “A . I rst trse is a ned ? QUICK
Any acceptance for applications for a supply outside the city of | Coy continue with the AM c ae, detailed & Ve seers ot we oh & 8 Write 40 the ; ~ i
. . . . " : . “oy who a ualify in the A.D will ort to ptain 1 : $ S OU T
Bridgetown will depend on whether the distributing mains in the | Dardakd can tho Sientatite Wanaka es Thursday 9 Oct. 52. Other Members of the Caribbean Educationa! ROOT ae ah ay P.O tH | RELIEF
district are capable of carrying the additional load. | Ragt. will be gt the Gisposg) of their Cex” Commansers | * , Cae ) i
The mercantile community dre respectfully asked to co-operate. | Band penctices will be: held on Wednesday 8 and Thuniday 9 Oct 52 at 1700 sit Institute | Please send me Free Book. FROM Ss &
H. G. WEEKES | hours s . : see dihsinieie -U. Box, » P.O.S., Name ews | - —¥
: 6 ORDERLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERGEANT FOR WFFK ENDING 1 Trinidad f | ——=
Secretary, October, 19%2 Agents for : Address as
Decorations & Iluminations Committee. | Orderly Officer Lieut. E. R. Goddard BRITISH INSTITUTE OF ENG. Subject of Career of —==
5.10.82—8n | Orderly Serjeant £81 Sit. Robinson, V. N \| TECH. & BRITISH TUTORIAL, Interest
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ae | Next far dut ear ay ee INSTITUTE, LONDON Te elas a a MN %
Orderly er sit. aticeecue ae THERE IS NO TOMORROW POST TODAY! )
Orderly Serjeant 28 Sjt. Williams, E. D o
HR. DANIE Captain = SS"
J : FULBRIGHT TRAVEL GRANTS ; ‘Adjutant HOMESTUDY COURSES FOR wee
Under the terms of the Fulbright Act and the Joint Anglo-Ameri- | The Barba Regimen DUE TO INDIGESTION
can Agreement establishing the United States Educational Commis- | PART Hi ORDERS :
‘ , : . ‘ . : SPRIAL NO. 38 RA on a .
sion in the United Kingdom travel grants may be awarded to assist | The Barbales Regiment Scala casa taandpnclclebaaaemmaaicaaeiaanemta GENE L CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION If you suffer from STOMACH PAINS, FLATULENCE,
lecturers, advanced research workers and graduate students to take! | PROMOTIONS AND APPOIN SMENTA cated’ D , ; ‘ CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH. CERT. HEART oan Bice _ 2 oe AC iD Ty ee TACK
: j rege ol Appointed Drur or g t st ONE SE of MACLEAN BRA )
up fellowships, scholarships and other academic appointments at | eae ie * Drum & Fife Band wef 3 Ox Wolsey Hall, Oxford, can successfully prepare you by pos’ for the above exarmina POWDER! ‘This scientifically bala { formula gives you
: sa2 2 ‘ : . ‘ > ror * Ae } Oc 3 . . : 2 “
American Universities or other institutions of higher learning in the 4 Cpl Zier y 1 A Fromuted ts a os wae a | 3 also for epee eed a rose) ACOs RSA; Bar, and other teally quick relief! It is also avai in TABLET form
U.S.A. Undergraduate candidates will not normally be considered 7 L/c Bayne. &. D “B) Promoted Cpls. wef 25 Sep. 52 1930-51. Moderate Fees, instalments. Prospectus (please mention
. y 557 L/C Bayne examination) free from C.D. Parker. M.A., LL.D., Director of Studies. Dept. D LY,
for Fulbright travel grants if the student proposes to pursue a course mee Soeees & dD. F | Sepmoted L/Gols, wet 25. Sep. 758 } ’ P
in the United States at the first degree level which he could follow “28. Sealy ROT \ 2 | WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD ENGLAND k i
at a local institution. It is pointed out that the main objective of ae ee * S se
the Fulbright programme is postgraduate study. } 715 |. Sealy, H. A ) ra BRAND
2. It should be borne in mind that the Grant will include only * ey 8 Gkeien Cox Granted 9 Waske Genus) Leave wat a a tee Stevud
round trip travel between the candidate’s home’and his destination , : FE ee ee, thie Seat Oe ien Te y ce eee Stomach Powder
in America, including rail fare in America. Candidates will therefore | Canes? e-. bie eanteet A : steht sagt s aeoie sealed .. M. B. MEYERS & CO., LTO,
be required to give proof of available funds from personal means, Lieut. §. G. Lashley meets | tenes Ales wert Oe. og Ce ore Te MOSES SOLE AGENTS wo nihil snes ;
fellowships or other awards to provide for their maintenance in the! 286 Pte Parris, L. W HQ Granted 6 weeks’ Sick leave wef 2 os
U.S.A. : oR DANIEL Captain
3. All candidates must be affiliated with a recognised college or eek pe BACKGROUND TO BEAUTY
institution cf higher learning in the U.S.A. NOTICE
3 Application forms may be had from the Colonial Secretary’s | There will be a Mess Meeting of the N.C.O's & Serjeant M at 2009
Office by suitably qualified candidates and must be returned duly Hours off setuneay 12 Oct. 0 }
completed by November 20th, 1952. 5.10.52—1n | ———— |
aE a a ait efence (Control of Drug and Patent |
VACANT POST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAX) — INCOME TAX| Attention ts drawn to the Defence (Comiol ot iy wchich will bé
Â¥ AND DEATH DEPARTMENT j end Proprietary Medicine Prices) vies 52, . i v i i
e E : ‘ nf zette of onday, 6th ctober 952 oe es Rae
Applications are invited by the Government of Barbados for the eT 4 ee ae pretense ketail selling prices of ae en
j post! of Inspector (Eneome 'Tax), Thoome Tax and Peath Duties We) ios Slit“ eunighreys — Witch Hazel Liquid and Witeh [TISOPTEN SURPRISING | pun and discomfort are the
% “Embrocatior ’ oa . " how quickly backache, stiff frequent results,
partment. } » Bhilline RSI Magnesia” and “Aspirin (Bayer } : . = ’ ‘
‘i P ; ‘ : ‘ | Hazel Ointment”, “Phillips Milk of Magnesia” ¢ - aching muscles or joints Doan's Backache Kidney Pills
2. The post is pensionable and the salary is in the scale of | aie as tolled lumbago, rheumatic pains and bring happy relief by helping
$3,120 x 144 — 3,840. Fc i common urinary troubles due to cleanse the kidney filters |
3. A temporary cost of living allowance at the rate of $156 pet | gg Pe M hae “Gobediene in the blood can oe bod ee a. |
a be eos ‘. “ . BS a ‘ . 2 : 7 c I OF SALE R Ts 4 ‘ 4 ? ou can rely upon n we!
annum is pay able. The allowance is subject to variation.or with ITEM UNIT ae Strong, active kidneys safe- known diuretic and urinary
drawal at any time. | s mse your health by straining | antiseptic, Many thousands of
4. Appointment will be subject to medical fitness and will be on | —$ —————___———————_ a _ purities and harmful wastes | grateful men and women have
probation for two years in the first instance, SEK CRAA ES) bottle ey 66c. kidney ovate ts inpdeaeats _ See tee deat Ge ae
5. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and | sized fails to filter the blood properly, | Doan’s Pills,
; j ..| Large s Property
the local Civil Service Regulations and Instructions. Passage ex- * ” bottle 96e. Ae your 7 9, 1/3
penses not Cxceeding $1,440 will be payable on first appointment. Humphreys—Witch Hazel Liquid] 6 oz. bottle 58c Decier for oO Rea 2/9
Leave passages are provided. Medium sized Backache Kidney Pills i Sh
6, The successful candidate will be required to assist generally % p . , Bottle : 96c es
in the administration of the Income Tax Act and will be principally y me 16 oz, bottle ‘ 1.05 in
concerned with the examination of accounts and determination of | re x A Oint- \ - ey EYiTs SHOPKEEPERS.
profits of business, professions and trade. He will also perform such | ment _, | Small sized pot 58c
‘ cther duties as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Dutits |Humphreys — Witch Hazel Oint- SYsyi0) now ty) your
% may require from time to time, ment ae ® .. | Large __,, ” 1 BS a | a '
3 7. Candidates should possess a high standard of general cduca- Phillips Milk of Magnesia .. | 4 oz, bottle 5Ac. q } FRE F COPY .
2 tion and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience | a is 9 ss oe ~~ ee 1.06 ; DUSSEAL priming is essential to the painting of all new walls: its
in accounts or taxation. Membership of ognis¢ t spiri ayers big .. bottle of 12 tab- : : ‘ . :
body would be an advantage ow, a ane onal Caer? lets ; ; 20¢ ni KS ats application ensures that the paint dries right and stays right. Dusseal
} 8. Applications, stating age, full details of qualifications and ‘i ” “ + Yo FSF ee. 340 beautifully MRC) seals off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in mew
experience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submitted to ‘i ua s 100 ‘ ; surfaces, and at the same time provides a uniform, non porous base
’ the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, to reach him ai ” ‘+ -. [Rosse 0 Nene LEI iT) , ; MH
j not later than 15th October, 1952.—23.9.52—2n. tablets is 1.08 ) for the paint coats to follow. It thus prevents peeling and discoloura-
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NEW LINER



The Saguenay Terminals liner 8.8. “Sunadele” which arrived in Carlisle Bay on Friday night on its maid
q en voyage. Inset is the ship’s Master, Captain H. P. Baagoe.

M.V. Sunadele On First Trip To Barbados

THE new Saguenay Terminals mark There are two ladies on ‘© the British system or
S.S.. Sunadele arrived from Lon- the « who are stewardess: ©x>Teising themselve

way ot

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don on Friday night with general the discussion was about the dif
cargo for the island. D Lioyd-Davi who is in- ferent “Ologies.” In Georgetow
Yesterday he, Captain H. P.. tran o Gs3ergetown or the he aid he will change ship be
Roogoe teld th Adpocate that the ’ l id the dveca a he cxpecis to spend about
versel eqvir 1 with air co ‘ for the hol eight days there iooking up some
nis machine or preserved t § e ¢ the hespilais of his family. He is a surgeon in
reo f the use of the shit \ indi and compare North Wales
it is also evuionped with one of it > th Various
the latest itama Course iis has visited, So br. Lloyd-Davies said that in
Changers and this perr him to 1 i ve much rngland contributions are made
set his course and leave it. iy i i e Montego Bay wee to the National Healtb
The shin. is on it raide I “es to the Service, and as a result free medi-
voyage to. Barbados and carries a U wed he had cal examinations are allowed to
crew of mixed nationalities, com- 0 Barbados Gen- every one during that period,
prising talian, Swiss, Danish â„¢ pile Super cargo chief, Helgersen
and German, The ship was buill Ack Hy fils alscussions On said that he worked for Saguenay
during’a period of five months th Wp aut t voyase |A® Terminals for four years, and that
and todk the waters in the month ' that h delighted’ in the this is not his fir st visit to Barba-
of September The captain and th passengers and crew qos, The ship carries a_ gross
chief offieer are natives of Den- Sose [ecause they are not used weight of 6 200 tons. if
GUIDL NOTES:

St. Juseph Round—Up
P.M.O. Resums
Duties

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Dr, W, H. E.. Jonnson, Parochial
Medical Officer of St. Joseph, Friend
who recently went on his vacation jp, ‘oe enrolment of 25 guides
leave resumed , iis duties ©} at Westbury Girls’ School at the
Wednesday October 1, Dr. L. S. eng of jasi term. These guides
Pig tons FMC *, St. Andrew acted wey from the three companies
in his plac. : thet meet at this school — 12th

Mr. Albert D. Blackman, Dis- jj) and 9th Barbados eae
trict Post Master, St. Joseph, also ‘pho Enrolment ceremony,
returned from his vacation leave which was a very impressive one
and resumed his duties on the was taken by Miss Laborde the
same date, October 1 : _ Acting Island Commiss‘oner,
_ Mr. - Ashley Lowe acted 48 Also in attendance were Mrs. ALL Akelas and their assistants
Sanitary Inspector in this parish H. A. Talma, District Commis- 2¢ reminded of the Cub Leaders’
when Mr, _Gittens A.R.S.1, Chief sidner, and Mrs. J. A. Skinner Training Course which starts at
Inspector, St. Joseph acted as Dis- Commissioner of Brownies. “Erdiston”, on Saturday next, 11th
trict Post Master during Mr. October at 4 p.m. News has been
Blackman’s absence. Visitors to Pax Hill received that Squadron Leader

= W. R. Ramsay, Liaison Commis-
7 .
RAIN WELCOME is sioner for Barbados has been au-
Because of recent rains the month were Mrs. Millie Never- ey ised by the Camp Chief at
crops in St. Joseph are looking sen, M.B.E., and Miss Crawford oe aie run an Officially Recog-
green afain. A few weeks pre- both from Bermuda. These ladies wae Cc allwell I reliminary Train-
viously the crops were showing busy themselves with various a rome ed ne Leaders, This,
signs of being scorched and with- forms of public service in Ber- is hoped, will take place on



Acting Island Commissioner
Enrols 25 Guides

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Cub Leaders

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f ered. muda, but the programme of Sern, see bitacoeian! ane -
Idi : ae es =< se W are res are ask-

ST. JOHN BOYS’ CLUB guiding and its power and possi- — aitetie: he Se
# os ee arene | i bilities made an appeal to them, Frainine Saco esitcaaee ie
“rs the Police a ay Miss Crawford is stili - ba fa Bertgh 7 Rags ct.
i The members of the olic nd today Miss Crawford is stili All those who qualify on this

Boys’ Club at Four
John have shown

Roads, St. a very active guider, while Mrs. : :
considerable Neversen though a retired Com- Seal Wee ae a aor the
interest and are making good pro- missioner still takes a keen inter- ~ esie and will receive







total activ membership of
the Boy Scouts Association in the
United Kingdom has . reached
486,998—the highest figure in the
é history of the Scout Movement.
Superintendent of the ‘This is revealed by the 1952 cen-
us in the Forty-third Annual Re-
port of the Committee of the
Council of the Boy Scouts Asso-
elation just published,

Compared with last year’s cen-
sus there are 112 more Groups,
1,183 more leaders and 11,044
more cubs and scouts between 8

gress, our correspondent was in- jest in the Movement. They were * Certificate.
formed when he paid a_ visit glad of the opportunity to see Pax BOY SCOUTS’ TATTOO:
there on Thursday evening, Hill, and to hear something of the ce

The membership of the Club guiding in Barbados. They were “here will be another rehearsal
is over 90, and the activities are accompanied by Mrs. A, W. Scott. for the Tattoo on Friday after-
Gardening, Table Tennis and noon next, 10th October, at Com-
Cricket, A team from this Club is ee bermere School at 5 p.m. Each
taking part in this season’s B.C.L. e Troop is asked) to guarantee a
competition and is a serious chal- Wedd minimum of ten scouts but it is
lenger to the leaders. The team, hoped that many more will turn
moulded around a few ex-Lodge up. Scouters are asked to contact
and Combermere ericketers, and Jackman — Scantlebury their Commissioners for further
with Leo Brathwaite, John Trot- : information and to ask the par-
man, and Irvine Austin, three Thursday 25th September, ents of their scouts to guarantee
promising porous see te at 3 o’clock at the White Park their attendance
arm slow bowler Vernon Fenty pilgrim Holiness Chureh, Mr. 4 t
in the team, supporters are ©X= Qlifford Jackman, son of Miss MORE GROUPS ;
posting great things. Lloyd St. Louise Jackman, took’as his bride Th
Hill cf the B.C.L. is the Captain wigs Evadney Scantiebury, ;
of the team. . O'Neal Headley, Gaughter of Mrs. Gwendolyne
Cameron Goddard and Lloyd St. geantlebury, The ceremony was
Hill are the three leading table jeyormed by the Rev, Mr. L.
tennis players in the Club, Peterson, .

A lady in the Four Roads area Pilgrim Holiness Churc:
said: “this Police Club has done a "

great service to the parents of the The bride was given in mar-
youths, and the youths themselves yiage by Mr, Clifford Maloney,
of this district. and we are hop- and wore a dress of embroidered
ing that a Girls’ Club will be sniosee Slipper Satin. Her head-
opened in the same district in dress was of white for-get-me-
the not too distant future. nots, held in place with tull and





a long veil. She carried a bou- ind 18
my quet of Artificial Roses made 0: Ty ‘ner r tz bn
Death Sentence White Velvet and Asparagus, the le inere n the total boy



membership is rgely accountec
for by a big inerease in the num-
ber of Wolf Cubs

What the report calls “the best
, ribute we can have ic the splen-
s of peach or- qiq health of the movement” is
with silver S€- the great increase in the number
bridesmaids — we f Queen’s Scouts, Some 1,500 re-
Miss Alma and Glendeene Scantle- ceived their Royal Certificates



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Lillian Gunyal of



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Was Prenteditated °°.)
VATICAN CITY, Oct. 4 ‘ ay kee attended by ad ee
Saha . K Scantlebury, sister of the bride

The Vatican newspaper Osser- Who wore & dress

vatore Romano said today that ganza trimmed
the sentencing to death of f ur Guins Th
Bulgarian priests by the Sofia



Tribunal was premeditated. , bury, sisters of the bride, and from the Chief Scout at special
“The fact that Communist hatred fower girls were Misses Peggy receptions during the year,
is directed against the Holy See Jones ‘and Moreen Jackman. The report also shows that dur-

is confirmed by the announcement The reception was held at Mr ing the year under review 41



:7 of the imminent trial of the Apo Matilda Scantlebury, the bride’s scouts received awards for gallan-
A tolic Vicar of Sofia, Spiritual head grandmothcr of Diamond Corner. try and 15 scouts received awards
of the community.” —UP. Peter, for t.eritorious conduct.

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SIMMY, OCTOBER :. 1M SUNDAY Al>WM All I'AC.I I I I \ I S Church Services at. NHHAII i HMiniui M" I" 0l MB Orla.n %  Mam Hal* Cunmmitwi. • 00 %  m Bung % %  %  > and Imtan. Pr**h*r Tlie Dn. Subject RtfuKHIy attend m* at Public Wortfilp % %  d Communion II > m Maun* -1.1 S*rm..n Prvechar: Th* M-v R I Ripper. 90 p m The Children of IB* Pariah. PrantharThe R> H A >e p in Fnttl Ev.niuni. Sermon. Pininlun and TV Drum; 1-teachrr Th* Rv W E Daeh. Sutol-ii Boldne** ii< th* Spoken wllneee Mai OMMN. OM* Ir 11* am Holy Communion and %  Mag ST LEONARD'S (NlRfN % %  Orteaar Oth TRINITY XVII • a m Holy Comjnunlon. 0am Choral Euthiiui 10 10 .. m Hob Bapllam. Ham Matin, and Sermon. 1pm Sunday School 7pm Evmiaal and Sermon MVNB BAY < p m Mr WHITE HA.M.-S K a > rent* iS> T p m Hi (iiu. MF.MI.HIAI. ii l-rrf %  *.. T p it, BANK H w.i | .. l>*le T p in. Hav T MIUGHTSTuWX 1| McCltan M K, imUCTOWN %  lUv w %  %  aaaaidai v h.-. r Tower* B A B D BDA SKLAH awnm •hall i8i. IIRTKPt. i! Holy t-ommui rurly, Hoi. ( 1'AI.KFITH M. I %  llraUm-iltr iirjjtidM |. %  KtW D Scott %  n <. M.-.-,II Rev W r Vivian. T J l\irI" SOUTH DIJtTHICT—• m Rev T J Pnrwr, Bali CaanvnaaMi p.m ftt call—dsr PROVIDENCE—II a m Mr C BO T p m Mr II. L*wla. VArxilAlXII a.m. Mr. J. CUrk. 1 pin Mr Cuiwffi EaWNEZEKII %  in rtovd. B W C Cron n S*tramenl "I lord'* Suppei 1pm Mr N Daniel BEUI.AH 0 a m Hevd W C Croa** Sacramrnl of Loid'. Suppei it t. UUWMlH^llin M, 1pm Mr E Calendar HICKSHam Mr H S-ra.ee..1 i p m Reception Service for Nr. "Men bar. —c r am— | of Lord* Supper All Sunday Schhola at %  p in SPECIAL On Monda, October atn IMA, the Circuit* Special fcifo % %  |o B> held at Sh"*.bur> arill laka th* lomi of a Cultural and MuaKal Fnetlval ovi • htch Mr W A CranfBrd. M C P -.ill prraide There will be a panel of Judrea lo award prur. and ahk-lda in the Competition bet warn Junior and Aduli Croupe fiom the foul fhunhn Mama include SMM. HaciUtiana, Duett Anlhem and nymna Sam — II M am 1 p m S p m A Social In the School room In aid of a Memorial Tablet for the late Mr Yaarwood who war Head teacher and Social Work. | ran MORAVIAN HiiEMl'CK STHfcET 11 a m Momma Service, 'followed by Holy Communion' T p m aTveninf Service tfollowed by Holy C-mmunlon r-***het Rev E. E. Maw UKAIE IIIIX 11 a m Momma Service. Preacher Mr W Haydc. 7pm > tcher: Mr I o>n rULNECK II a ii. Mornln. Service; Preacher Mr C PtancU; 7pm Evenlrt* SerVKa. Preacher Mr O H lw MONTGOMERY. 7pm Even in* B*<> DL'NSCOMBE: Tom *..„ %  .,. a... Hce. Preacher I SHOP HIIX Preacher P O. smith lliOII %  Amur CMIBtM Taaer Street K P He-aen — Paalar %  aaday V W am Sunday School %  •Mam. Morning Wonhip 1 30 p m. Etanirlladr Service Maaday; IV pm BapUal Yourur I'ropir Union H.dnc*day 7 M p m Pralae and IVayar Mrelina MM B l-iird rrcanliy returned from the US will apeak Larlen every Tuesday and Thursday al U0 p m lo -Echoce of II. You are cordially invilad lo attend the art Urea of Ihe Eaoll Baplut Church \i.tloi. Wrkunit IIII1VMOII ROCK A( ( Ml K4-M Ham Divine Worahlp M> H A Sealy 3 M p m Sunday Vluol 7 15 p m Holy Communion and Recaption of New Membeo Miniate. He*. E A GUkea •AI-VATfON ARMY BRIDOETOWN CTjOTKAI. II > m. HolineM Meat mg 3pm Company Meeting 7pm Salvation Meeting Captain W Biahop Bftr. Capaam V. II am HoLneaa 7 pm Sal.atton Meetmi Captain 1. DIAMOND CORJ.FW 11 am Ha4iRjaM Mretma i p -u Company Keettnd 7pm Salvation Meeting; I. • Hind. LONG BAY II a m Holm.Meet Ins J p m Company Meeting 7pm Mretliil Captain P Boulne SEA VIEW II i "i Holineaa Meetma 3pm Company Meeting 7 p Salvatli 'II p m Divine Service Rev E Weel Charge riTTS VILXAOE IS 3S Attending (Mr%  Park 7 II p m Divine Sei TAN It i> expected inat all of nu. aaae... bln^. nattered ova. th, ,n.iw. sill 1. thatr beat to attan vantipn HB RADIO NOTE*: Criticism In •CarihiM'anN oicee 1 I >< -l UNI I I RBM Ra. .. rMeeting %  nani N %  til -1 ti HOI * irnuortL ORTHODOX WaXCIIES ROAD II J m Matlna Sermon. 1pm INeciaonS and Vinum. A Alley i T SO p m Tuaaday. Eveningprayer* and addreaa Pnacher Rev 1. BrunnClatie: Ihe (ub)rct will M; "St Paul'* flrat Mlaatonary Journey Tnla U Ua* fifth In the Serlea 4 The Ufa o( St Paul Acta chapter IS Varaa TNI T JAMBS NATtONAt. %  AFTMT Ham Matin* and Sermon: t p m EVniaoiur and Sermon. Preacher for bolh •rrvice* the Rev J B Grant. L Th Minuter In charfe J. p m M.u.d*>. Wednesday. PrMUy. ti-ning fnr youtha. thl* will be Conaucaa* b> the Rev I. Brme-CUrke lAaelaUM Pnatnri and Mr* Olga tii...itr We aperlally mvlle the HgB* youth tralnlna any nf the evenlpf* dated akwai mi aaafiw, Tudor Bridge Mt II-ttMFM IHIKH f I.OD MVatrt NOAI1 IO 10 Invite* all Oe>a* p m A Se .I ., Te.tWno-iea of Chixlian ScMnc* HealniB >*nd*> o.obar MB. MaS s.kir.i al i. M na Unreality ii*>ij>EN TEXT Job 15 31 Let not him thai U deceived truat In vanity, tar vanity ahall be li> raaoenpanc* Tk* l-Maotal I n>H>i ara tarladed tIB' %  iva thorn an heart W kjMW BBK Ibey ahall return unto nu with thelr whota ru-aii Jorenuah St Ralawre • •< NraHB -Ilk Ka, te IBe —.. %  •-. By Mary Rtaker add) A. tied MlaweM la good anB ta Spirit, goodneaa and •pintnality must b* tmmorul Page 777 LISTENING HOURS BA. OI1URIR y |ot 7 IS pn. MatmM Nt-xi Two Sundays In HM MX) '.' %  %  Sunda; ruiui, i najaillim <>( West l-idian proM inrt pOBtry, liatriiprs will hear coin i thf arorks resd, lommaiila (tvan li.v Iwo wall known Fnlih critic* Whether W*t lndi-t. writer, aarac with these cruicisms which the producer arranges from time tu time Is a moot point, quite often the comments arous*' a storm of protest but they give the hearer '' %  for (nought and do show what English writer*, think of the works in question. On Sunday IU) Insl Ihe protramiiie ill optB with a short story by Seyniotu launder of Barbados %  Btttltd Three's a Crowd' and the concludalaj ""W f Ihe programme will be devoted to comments on the %  tot* given by Aithur Calder V.urshall. On the 12th inst. a wries frf poems. The Fabulous %  sj II 1*1. I H Quart) lb Con In Quren. Para 7pm Dtvlnr Serv.ee Rrv I. R Summers. Mim.ln In haigr BANK HAl-l. 10 Atlendlna Quartarly Convention In Ihe Ste.1 Shed. Quern's Park 7 p m Divine Service Rev M B n Mtnulri In charge ECKSTEIN 10 JO Attending the Strrl Shed RuiMay Half Hoi From the Bible. SRinr. a 44 p m Interlude: 7 | It. %  %  NatM • 4 OB p m Th* N*wt a 10 ,. ... Th* l.ily Service, III pm Welcome ta ItilUln. a B p m. Harold Smart 5*0 %  aarr Choir*. Iltpm Waiah Mlwilany. SIS pm Marching and w.it.m, a ** ,, „> Hpit. R....1..I „,. i J IN"iaiiin>e r. ; Id p m Tl,New. 1 ia pm HnsM Britain 7 15 pm 10 3* f '" II 3*m dBllm. BMBTtI Quern I Park 7 15 p m Divina p 11 .tn Mini* COX l^'AI) 10 30 Quart*rly Cirnvmlion Par i Ihe Steel Shed: Service R*v r in Chars* in AttrTulltH Ine lh t Slrrl Shed. 7 IS p m Caribbean Voice*; 1 # p Sundav Srrvi.,a it ,, m K-di.. MW reel. S SO p in Chopin, g 45 p Haloin Hanentafi; l p.m 1 Royal Philharmonic Orchratia, 10 p.m The New.. 10 10 p m Prom EMiloriala, I* II p m London PUru Muaic MagalU IIS p tn Book, to Bead and Ihr Ail* I B p m Charlaa Vllhe*. SUnf.^d. 015 P m Radio Newwranl. 0 30 p m Chopin. 0 4.S pm. European Burvry. S OS p m Tlulleeponalbililta* of llroadc eating. 0 4) |. m Th* Billy Mavrrl HXMhm rn armlile 10 SB p m The Nrwa. 10 10 p m From ii* Edito.i.l.. 10 IS p Bt RwrM 10 >0 P " Isancr „ *• p m Tales Irani th* bUndl %  ..1 1^ie;ni f0tl comments II ihcn hj Hy ruller. These broadcasts last for half un hour and begin at 1.15 pjn. They are beamed la ug In tha 1ft and bands. 11 75 and .Vi men-Oi The Rewponsibilitv O. Ilro.ult .I-IIML s lt iTHHaaii n The Times after faghl Dlrector-tieiier.il of the S M two hrihHtk'-i.! In r .iii mil al ... : %  specially record*^ %  : Bristol m IU) 1!M8 Illf .heme is 'The Respons,' Broadcasting' and tlu:< taik^. the ibsi rlaalint with the ie^.rL-it>ilitH's Wiihui .i Notion or CommuBity 1 and Ins 'lefrtnfaajH Nations and Communities." They will I Mondais at 9.00 p D %  5.1ft p.m. Iteginnin.: on i • The Shelland Bw In the QOmtni SnMh HM BBC will bro.nl> Of B Ihrllhnk' book of thl This UIM II il*ha LttesUand Bw by l.t. Cmdr. Iiavid llowatth (• %  Hint: oi %  i huh i .rn raflularl) i-'tf..i ilv Islands ^nd Oenipliil Norway between l'M\) and 1945. The >ervlee was so well orfH the Norwegians tli.-n.-.. !-.. of 'l.ikniK the SI-..-|.iiid B ; r urn tlii'i OWn eountiy The hioadcart reconstructs one of Wie most dangertlshing IB %  %  'eated '.he %  %  a quarter of a Iraops m Norway. Tl v.ay S2 times and won five decorations from Britain %  M and bar. Uaa The BBC broadcast will be at 9.00 p.m on Wedneo Utl -re at 7.45 1 ktay iot|, and Mth i">t i oaard on MoaI 18 pm FVllkM Band At Queea'a Park Tinnwntnly Bundaj win tain : i • • |.m tinii. i Uidetl on the DRn •Watrhe MSC* lions ftow BlBUnW'g Oratorio i nt-. I RUI IT1XION apccUUy ar' t Ai.h.r. ttb %  i of the Police Band. ""'.'t.NI rha Manli ol tl. HI the Robin Haod MM Prnden* Hi IU"-.. I I %  3i Suite Overture. Alia %  •• HaasaMo Rogues Of The Sea trwOR Pair 9 the board.' i aftet feat 'tip position a pirates I a quick < 4 to be %  .mead %  nd Mary Read d that they were M eve:ituully neither Oi men\ waff JU Aiuie %  :: %  %  -. *J 'bul if vou had fi'Uisht like %  man. you need IWt lian asd like a dog.* ... loved, for the r. -MII wag hanged %  Point. Port Ui rlghl of hi Inlrart. Daman %  ilia Ska motive huh red anca a The ra— mainder I* of a %  '*'• MM th,. tM* with Ihe l.i. Amen" Wagner IMH thla U> i-'tnida it furt*. Snal*. linn iv • nu .. %  i i •. 5i****0************ **:** #********* * * ->f ******** t* * tttttfitti \ ii Announcing the Opening, on TUESDAY OCTOBER 7th. of THE WINDSOR *4 si PHARMACY" COLONNADE? Bl/ILDING, BROAD ST. Telephone 2292 Providing the finest range of Toiletries in town Dispensing the Purest of Drugs "THE WINDSOR PHARMACY" OFFERS ONLY THE BEST-TO YOU! 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asss ji aa ..I *>**.. IA pattern for instruction has urs ul UAlii.A W .*> been set by SlNGEIt'S SEWIVU "a r o O i_. PMCMateji 1M ^ iJF^TLmXF&xv!" 'AfADMY in P my a—fcsj of % %  ."Mg fr i s .oe /n ha. ^, w ... t. 1 J^iJi 4_ lhr w rid ~ m l^^^-uoa, loo • n.iui moping jf goring Classes under chief inU*i and pot* a* weh a' bacon W W struetor Mra. Wstkin. are enroll... tcsu*) wn,.) ne*-dcd I inn now for next teim (thus .<* %  -• Home i ureu Bioon 1* a must dQB*1 feel Hlu daplaying *r their popularity) w h i 1 %  • yy\ it Is important, so get it iPHOIDKRY with Mrs. Walroit inoue is si-72. IVM town oeooar. • neglect church of course. ., take In new pupils all the Umr. iMroeuw* Food 1'ioducu are oa •f[ jf W .Ituzz 41*27 for interesting dcMl* at Hi Aliejne day," M toe (tails. Aithur. do il' Indeed. *ou of thi Sign are lltted mrscs. hoi 1 "dies In the true piste. In I BsrssassaWd I WBB I IMUOD figure in maidenjorm's Onm-*ntt' UEMINI M.y 21 June CANCr.lt I u ctWri when fOU i %  L TV -YvU may I gjagsaaaal .-,11 LK) 4| Jaly 24-Aag. C2 I I enerosity are uo ti-if WHEN you are ^ we hope^^ THE DINOHV INl'LATOR JACKET, which •nsoTM fty and buoyancy in th wster Ullywait.CH1LD8 DUFFLE COAT with hood sttaehag. Carnal lined tartan or navy bla liusd fra*. POPLIN SHIRT. Mc^vpl**., fastened pearl barton*. In ^*ersl .oloum Knitted Jersey In thick, soft weot buttoning very high. LUlywhltes. NOT FOR LANDLUBBERS 1 i • ..f.r By MCRC1A SNOW white machining lines of red and up the seams. %  For children, there isnow the duffle roat in soft amel, lined fn i tartan complete with hood. It i* also prndurcd In navy blur line.! in grey Just the thing foi I LONDON ring nation the English are conventional even about Panama fabric Is Ihe name foe .•hting clothes. This Is another shirt material which tallinevitable, as hard-wearing mateore well and is much used, rials and practical rtyles are more But now on to more substantial suitable than frills nnd furbelows, fabrics. There Is our old friend The shortcnirg of the skirt and the wind cheater looking Just changeable weather Thar* Is the | the introduction of trousers in reabout the same. But It la mad* double texture (irrofel) wind cent vears mark an EnglishIn cotton and has a fleecy lining, jacket in white with hood, suit%  woman's main — but reluctant— only slightly proofed, it has a zip abla for ail purposes including concessions to fashion back fastener. sailing or skiing Attain, there is 1 This week, however, we have Lilly whites have just produced a new contraption called %  been discovering what la being %  yachtsman's safety jacket for Mouse to keep the youngster ..11...,i offered in ihe shirt line to the which there was much need. 1% if he falls into water It memi girls about to board the lugger ensures buoyancy in the water bias the Grenfell but la padded | The most luxurloui garment la and is lu:.:v.eighi and comfort** a' different places with material %  collarleas. has long sleeves and II bb* The automatic non-return which keeps him up, banded at neck and waist. It is valve Is fixed on the collar, and And now for something out of 1 in French lisle, fine as silk, and a few hard puffs inflate the jacket the ordinary—M-iiiaps a* a ure*is offered in while, nav% -ellow which does not seriously Impede ent for g Mend who la • keen and pale blue Cotton cellular* fwtmming. Wearable for both swlmmar. It is the under-w .:<: are offered with cap sleeves, and men and women the Inflator inflsh-ttalklng equipment w are poplin i-hirts fastened with side the jacket is detachable, so The sport originated In France pearl buttons. In 1 range of exthe outer jacket itself is suitable) before the war; World War II .ellent colours including tangerto wear for general sports "frogmen" adapted its principles |1U Trousers or shorts are "1111 for warfare Allan Solley are making a rayon being worn, and denims are cerToda> the uport is agal" popumesh which looks cool In spite of latnly "In" the young girls anylar wherevci ihe sea; arc a/ann ihe tipped up collar. how are clamouring for them and and men have money and lime to, Cordon Love show a white this, although denims are just a n*nd underwatrr trimmed naw blue design in replica of the blue French workThe latest gear includes several I coars* mesh and a fine white lisle men's trousers. Made of tough type of spear, goggles, flippers nnd with low set sleeves striped in cotton they have sensible patchbreathing apparatus from wn cherry red; both are gay and trim, pockets back and front and hav to choose your l.ncy. What's Cooking In The Kitchen SCORPIO Oct. ••— HOT, N. v which Vimoo Wh. 1. Iliiaf/a will there.. ;, 9 ,f *"' 23-sVtpt. 23 togj be 11.to overforc* or beHng J^ j ^, der other*' opinion" LIBRA 1e ir ** ^ &rp\. %  .'! Oet 23 Whn llred Ftci full amisT. r-tiix nutaa .11 a lunv. But ^^ ion': v-ir. htqaartaM (v*m though If* litigations. Pray. sr • - lie bust*, if rtUMBMtfy, but not in a ^ lushed state, which is harmful both to ir.dth and to 'hat which you are tryinc J^ o do. Remember church MrVfeM • • RAOITTARTOB --I*#view lloughtfully the affairs rlsThtyL. W—IHc 81 ru ". v *'ouf. Then go about tVm in ^ orderly fashion. Careful system enn save much lime, energy. **, • • * Usually when the going is hardest or latest then can you of this binlP'Tlod ai %  omptlsh what surprises others and often .uitelf. Hut dont go at too A• %  *• i"nu j jiii efficient p and phjaicallj active wV normal. Your Situ Libra is notable for even Ja. Kas jiulgmimL espet nll> when it 11 viUl lo others' well-tsMng. Don't apend too maay hours at ploasure. then jL or long. l*i iei.. in Ood'a RifU ]|y HUM OIIAIE MUNI HtUM UIMBAI TUBAKBAS1U1NK. WONT SHOW UIKT'H>S the atrangely fascinatmj the new Poluol Dress Fabric at Mul boautiful inerchandlse 01 George Sanely Ai Co., .Udo-i UM Kast. LMaplayed in t h e Ltd, on Swan Bt la la^rssordin -KIKMAL SHOP, High si ary and differcni from most hranch 'f Surti United Co. — axuiateitala you've seen. At only quuito Ivory crafUtmanabip in 1 k uces. Bracelets, Earrtugs gives CAPUOOKW Dec 2S—Ju 81 AQUARIUS Jaa 22-Fib naoM 39* Feb 21 March 20 Btrtantala .>< 1 1 tat Alan Animi than rUlwanls. noted iheoloci-ei. B Rssasaant; Jo ..rd. this shipuMul tuiviuolkv. beige, u u>-. pink an cream is smoothly disappearing, irom the shelves — do you wonuet DOBl let Monday go b> without going Into Sanely' on Swan St. PATTY I:SSI:STL\I !" S pit NIC MISTS, ihe delirious, ready to serve JACK Sl'ltAW CHKE.sk STICKS. Obuuiable at all ics in S Qg. tins for tSr. these asMfe Straws ara Ideal home haiid-arounds for the casual guest. And this Jack Straws are now obtainable la accessories. And SMBBSBSSM Uraasware designeil in Traya and Cocktail Seta p o ss es s an unusu..' •e.uiy New Perfumes. In.ene--i (littering Moonstone Jewslry ire all part of this treat UJ %  ebesi II JEWEL WATEKrKtHH %  FAT* HI s FOB YtMJ. BIB' from which to make your selection of %  gu.irauu.fMl time-piece for -'t .10 .lu.-i look luminous dlaL sraap canust second-hand and m Myllng. Other models nonCUKRY FLAVOUR. You'll waterproof and 16 Jewel movespot the blue JACK STRAW tin* on your dealer's shelf, d a General Agency distribution lor every home. IJMOLENE TO UIVE YOI ZLNG and cool reiraslung day. and mgiits. Liaioielie is g lYopJ cat pKK-UiC-u;, to 1,-fresh UK -...IJ ..nd cool UK MissM osj and u apnlu to vacationer alike bados by the Btarnn ttaj Co, LJ.vlOLLNL lb A NLCLb s. iv .,nd obtainable it piatty BTasI every ssnTt ,,ti trie tslanu. Buy il MeuUiolatvd at Ma, 01 Plain 66c.. il s Ihe besl buy lui ci'iniort. very bll as attractive. You should see these at Y. de LIMA'S, 11 SI the Slo,.for Diamonds ,md, this weak, 1 lop value Men's guaranteed I watches RMJ.NAL BEAl'Tt arv quickly Miive 1 ******* * * Poet Series Of Stamps before serving. You can also odd spoonsful of water and let >t MEAT some carrots (about 4 or 5) and boil for a few minutes ,!,: %  .' In that case you can chip them STEW ALLA PIZZAIOl-A RAGOUT ALLA BOLOC.NESK with the onions and the rest of Bolted slew. Olive nil, Whole Roast beef 2 lbs.. Parsley, the seasoning. tomatoes, Garlic, Dry Marjoiam. Thyme. Salt. Pepper, Bacon a few BEEF ALLA CERTOSINA: Salt and Pepper slices. 2 small onions. I piece of s\, r g people— Boil the stew meat In a soup, garlic. Tomato paste 1 tableWhen the soup la ready cut Ihe spoonful. Margarine 1 oz. Rum 1 Beef 2 lbs.. Butter. Oil, Bacon; stew meat In rectangular pieces. toblcspoonful. Salt; Pepper; Nutmeg; Anchovies Get a Pyrex dish, put a bit of Tie the meat and spread the 3 „ r 4; Chipped parsley I hnndolive oil iu tho bottom of the dish z asar--s=Ss sss-? g TOZ S? 3 '££*$£ * • B a SSs^: T^xr^r: ha avarythmf fry In a big saucean d a few slice* of bacon. Add enough to eovei It. a bit of ^ a ^^ of j^rnp, portray 1 %  photograph taken pan until the meat is brown on the piece of meal seasoned with chipped garlic, some chipped f :linou p,^^ (nrt piH .i. SilU1 K .,f -"rmanv while the poet was both sides. Add the rum and let B lt pepper and a pinch of nutparsley and a pinch of dry marTnUa. tour of tho Continent. it fry again until the rum is m eg. Let everything fry gently Joram. Put then the allce ol evaporated. Add enough water to a nd when the meat has become ttow and add some more tnrnaOBVCT ihe meat and 1 tablespoonbrown on all sides add S or 4 toes, garlic, parsley JI> ful of concentrated tomato paste, anchovies and a handful of parsjoram. Pour a tiny bit of olive Let everything cook for about I ley. Add then enough water to oil on the top and season with hour. Test the meat and if it Is cover the meat and let everysalt and pepjier. Add a few not soft enough add some more thing boll slowly on moderate tablespoonaful of water. If you water nnd let 11 boll again until flame. Slice the meat and cover use tomatoes In tin, the Juice you get a thick gravy. Cut the with the sauce. If the sauce has from the tin will be enough. fOtJat rKOBLt.Mi* Kn.i. inisull.iut for DOROTHY CUAi U„, i ItLI'ARATlONS. Tuesday .,.( %  < irOUSJb Thuisday tin. week *l ( oliiia LUI. — 8.30 to 3.30. Miss ivnkcHd will otiei expert sdetsa through the courtesy of Dorothy %¡ raj Hu is an exciting oppoi • .inity lo smooth ..way wire at -.Mini. Ltd.. sole dislributors of • • • .•on.lhy Clay 1'ieii.n aUoiiv FOR THE FIRM MMfc |N MATCMINti HI1IJKT MITES MANY YEARS i new shipIncluding tiling in most atlracmciit of all-wool THOl'ICAL-S "ve paslels are leatuied at the have come in at ,. re-lu. i t .m. I"'-. CO-OP COTTON FACOf course, thciu Is a cuuaeuuem JOKY SHOWROOM. These saving in the rust ol yOUl flnlah nsKsstll Uttings for to-day's bothsg| -uii ansj 0 IL Hut si Co., nf luuin are In 2 or 3-plecv sets Bulton l-.ne Invite you to take with square or corner b..Mio.. advantage of Grey, Ilelge mil prioad MTOgfl *95.32. Chrome Brown plain and stripe TroyiHaUnoom Fitting', and non-skid cals at f52,00 and up. The Itubbei Mais are necessary acmaterial is of nm*i lovely minilO'soiios and a wide choice can Ity and 'opportunity' is asavBR be had. Ask for Mr. Carter or Into It.. . phone 'JOSH IVs BMI Bate'l ISM firm. Hit Isring suppoit to gi GestsrlsM Msidrnforin BrMssI area are nadeonK inlhrF nifyl assssssa ef Amerirs u %  maidrn/hrm let everv tvpr \\ KasssjB, meat In slices, put again In gravy and let everything get hot ban i-at I: loo thick by the time the BakB In moderate finished add a few table>a an hour. 'l Ihe to .. sheet medieval period of Indian haston The set comprises a nlne-uie 'i%  11> ssuuaMoeta How green stamp (K.-iblr). a devoted -o the 'Ilhaktt' cult. Ohalib ono-sUUM crimson stamp (Tulsil> one_of the foremost Urdu poets das), a four-and-half-anna mag%  U-known NolW sfika stsMDip (Ohalib) and a 12auna dark brown stamp (Tarore). al-.ut pud pgprire-winner Without refityration s fasailiei in every pen of the world sre sstured of milk uossUiagly safe and healthful when ihev .r KLIM. Your KLIM milk it protected la the linsgslail Jimp isss, BSSSBBBBBBSstsesl sad ui}' harm . u keepi uilirf-t irlogef •lioo Sines wlrb KLIM there Is oo wsste or tpixUge. yos get rour fall mooe>'i worth of due superior qualm milk <*'.*i to the very ISM ounce. 1 KLIM il pur.. ,of. milk KLIM MIPS WITHOUT KEFKIGE ATI0N 3 KLIM quality Italwaymatform 4 KLIM Is HMSMI ^ I FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, ^HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, FOLDS & CHILLS^ •I'M.HLl.Y KECOHIiKNDED tor IMRI l.l'IAK ACnON, SICK HKADACHE, UVERISHNESS, nruousNKSs, rsroiCEsnoN, •*. Sold in bottles for lulling freihneie.



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PAC.F six iris SUNDAY ADVOCATE SI Mi\\ n< roBI R 5, !'•".-• \i;w 11 \I:I I hurt SR. rtii-d"lp" which arrived In Carllal* Bay on Friday nirtht ( Ui. Captain H P Biagoo. MA. Sunadele On First Trip To Barbados 1 HI nt* i %  I Captain H P %  i %  1 H %  i puling I: %  .. %  • %  .. I natives of Dcn%  UP I'l" I %  I %  %  %  %  %  i .i to %  I %  oi wn o%  • il the dlf I I, hip i l I .. :. .-,. %  North W Uoyd-D %  re TIKI % %  % %  %  %  'II. iltD e iiniii%  al examlnal m every nnc during that pci tod, %  s lid irnit iir II rked ,,., Terminals lot (our years, und that >' to Barba1 i i i %  ma %  B ..' %  %  St. .'isiyth Hi.ami — t/, P.M.O. R, si i Duties Joseph, I.'.I.V wi nt on Ii M ijini Dr. I S Tiippin, i pla< at ">i '"//>.• Acting bland Commissioner Enrols 23 Guides id klin, in tph, also duties on Hi* ilmenl >( 'is guide Smut \ (> %  I .. atria 1 School il i %  :i.. the throe eornpanit I 0) — 12th, %  hallos. The Enrol] i premony, %  i by Miss Laborde thw Acuai Wand Conun Also ht nil. District Commisiiid Mrs. J. A. Bldiuwr | %  Montr of Brownies. Visitors |o 1'ax Mill %  :] %  and reu i. Mr Aahlo 1 I %  \ • %  i rlor.Ht.Ji i:. %  POM urine. Mr, ni.K kulilll .il i Mi' RAIN WELt OMI Pax Hill during last Because* ot recent r.iins the month *ere Mrs. MUlfa crop* HI Bl %  In ikmu > %  i M ii i: .1 n .,, %  (.ml %  %  'in. A [•• %  • week i eboth from Bormuda. Thi vtcualy tor cropa wi si mini th maolvoi with various signs of being scorrh-d and withfirms of t ul lit %  ervica In Barered. muda. but the programme <>l ST. JOHN BOYS' CU'B i'g and Its power and possi—— la an appeal to them. The pareber a ol the Police and today Miss Crawford I till Boys' club at Four Roads, st a wry active Kulder, while Mrs. John have ihowi c rulderable Nev c r e an though a retired Comtateresi and are rnaklni rood pi %  ini 1 dti Kress, oui "ii In.-• ni the MovamenL They were formed when I''' paid i rtsll glad of the opportunity to :iing. Hill, and to near something of the The II I the (iiii> guldlna In Barbados. Th rat (to. and the a< ti lad bv Mrs. A. W Bet nlna, Table Ti n n I i and Crtokat, A team from this Club is laldni part in this seeeon'i B.C i competition and Ii %  serious challenger to the la %  moulded around > i< a ex-Lodi i and Corobi with i*o Brathwaile, John Trotman, "d Irvine Austin, IhTM proratatng aUroundara, ami left arm slow howler Vtmon Ftnl) In the leam. aupportan p^etlna i i Hip c r the B.CX la U of the lean OH* .1 Headley, (' %  imcron Godd;tr i, ''' < %  is confirmed b\ th Wedding Jaekman — Siimllehiirv %  Thin atember, at J o'clock %  %  lha Whtta Park Pllarbn Holiness Church, Mr, %  %  | ion of Maw i %  %  %  ' .! Ml Bvadni daughter of Mrs Gwamdolyno Scantlebury, Tna cartntonj was ed I > thf Rav, Mr, i. nt ol Ihr Chut< %  i r,i t-% Mr. Cl IToi %  %  Silppi 'i head..' ,.%  Iiobt. held in pfa M with Hill and i i She c irrla t i I w Dual of Artificial Rosas mads oi Bus, the K rt of Miss LBUan Ounyal of %  she was attandad by Ml Jui i dra "f poach ot ALL Akelas and thin I %  i Course whl m", on Salurdaj naxt, i 11 ' %  Mt % %  has i ... %  i Leader ". '' %  i Barbados has been i i nilwell to run an OtTliially RccogBl I I Oils ,l ivliminarv Training Courw(or Cub La* ii is hopc.i. will take place o October, and all eatsd are askl to n i lor it al tna iirst %  All those who qualify on this course will be entlih d to waar tna v. %  ] racatvs %  %  'in ;, %  Ol BOOUTS' TATTOO : rhrrs v^ ill be anothei for the Tattoo on Fudav .,fi.iIOUI I wtol i. .,• Com%  .m. Each Trooc is askadi to (uai but it I: hoped that man) more will turn i %  i to contact i hair Con toi further information and to ash Uu Parfiits "f their scouts to guarantee tl ,iiaiu< The Truth in Your Horoscope Would x>i Hke In know -tthaul %  ; %  •>! hI llw Stan HMIi^tr (Qt you. niltl Duf ilrtMg tit a %  • Met Hmtt ii your ihanf* ti u rare tr.r .km <,i purwiit TI->T. WAy////AV,V/AV-V/-',' 1 .^ ttl> KH A MAFFEi SUIT % % % % %  ; %  t?k Mb ind.d -.1,II .led p-op. thi i '.Kiiu.r MA(KfV l N-w %  i isasa i-aickL TO popu.iiiiav hll i.t. m Tl^.r. will IKSr >our Ar.1 Inu-rprctan ward I .in o II full IUIM iir Mrs of "IM atMrvri** and date •• rUl all rUMlT ri|i>n b> you'wlf. No *mry wan'..I fu' A"IDIH-I work. -*tago t( t..,i nnd 1/In BPO lnUun*ri. kali ni and ..inrr inlrrt-Mi l,i.i-|,,i. will 1i.m..(rfl ul lrtr irnuiHablt %  -. E %  > ..I nil I'.I.HII.I, %  !•• 1 g.. >rd tour afl.. %  nom .• li.i. ofllAi >:.> not IK mitdr *(ain AJdiOaaT PUNDn TAHOng. iDrpI IlJ-Ki l>;..i | liiirll Kliral Bombay St. Ind.. l',.l.,.. India It • "UU >aaaaaot>aaa*>aaaaaf BARBADIANS: BARBADIANS' %  sot ris or MI A4on*.TioM %  BM rN lo IB* CAIIIKAK NATIONAL WMAI. nri: at QUEENS PARK %  > 1.1 OlSa*-. IHIk Urlabcr IUV! A1 Iranian* Urand dUplay >:*purii >i>d ln,:'.., Ina "ii '[>art>ri' lit aroundaaiai Friif la kaa| l(-.'in man ar*d I.JT %  t T p.m klMirit ao MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK VOLR BUST VOL" FEEL YOUR BEST AND THE PRICE YOU FAY IS THE PRICE IT'S WORTH P.C.S. MAFFEI & CO. LTD. "Top Scores In Tailoring" ERNIES DEMOCRATIC CLUB Mambara an adviaad that there will be tin usual call over in connection with Lha Barbarian Autumn Mcvting. Will thoae M,-mbwi> who have not already nottneu their Intuition of participating kindly do so us early as possible so (hut the necessary arrangements can be made. vVhrrras fabrics, on occasion, may lay claim to 'excluslvriiesH'. there b no such prerogitivr for Quality. None of our materials, therefore, are exclusive In quality. All arr of Man quality, some are exclusive In design! We Invite you to choose from Tropicals, Worsteds, Gabsrdlnes. Tweeds and Linens when considering your noxt custom Til. 111. Mill %  %%b\u} ENGLISH SINGLE WIDTH In a variety ol nice shades including : Grey, Fawn, Beige. Brown, Black, Navy $1.75 PER YD. mi SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street B. Kice & Co. sal llollo.es Leaaae%  ..,..-. i..., ..,~ . • %  --. >• %  -' -__ u %  • %  %  %  i Ian "' "ibride nowi r gnu wen I .man. i I ;il M or UuImmineti lolk Vicar of 8 I Comet of the commuuii> — t'.r HOST Oa\OUt>8i oarahlp nt 'he Boy S tlon In th. KiiiK ,i d u.tm i : stween R and IB. Tin n n an In tht t i HI vr< i i i •the bc*t ribute wa can tiii health of the movement" b the great Increase In the nunbei i.soo received thetl Royal i 'mm the Chief Seoul .it s|mial rear. The i'l that durrevtew 41 v oats re<-ii B • coui r red hred awardi ktorlous conduct. they'll Do It Every Time liy Jiiiimy Hallo M3ISIM :-: lllottlni: Paper SU piers Letter Trays Letter Scales Ink StandAirmail Envelopes While Envelope* Window Envelope* Manilla Envelopes Stationery Seta Ledgers I %  ii.:< i Leaves Ledger Indexes felly Cash Voucher* Letter Files The purpose of our Stationery Department:— To meet your KVERY WRITING MMI k. II. IHIS 11 L' CO.. I id. %  — >'•• at. YACHTSMAN FOR THE KE-FIT v*< offer ROPE (All Sliest MARINE WHITE A CiRF.Y ANTIFOl'L RED & ORELN, YACHT VARNISHES COPPER SQl'ARF. ROSE READ BOAT NAILS IV. 2". IHCOPPER WASHERS ;i -" A t" BRASS • ti I i I i: TIN'S (5 /. >-." 8TAIMUU I I I vim i un:i FISHING LINES, HOOKS, ETC. GENERAL HARDWARE SUPfl.IKS Phone 4267 for EXPANDED METAL SHEETS 1" Mnh Galv. 4' S %  l" .. Iron 4' X 8" i.. .. V X 10' 3" .. 4' HIALUMINIUM COBBUGATBD SHEETS 24 Guuec GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS 2I> & 2H G.UKC CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS ,y a v CART BOLTS & NUTS Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. f DOCTOR RND0WW! VOOVL I HAVE TO SET BACK 0. b:-i DOCTOR! y.-xrvE car A TEMPERATURE OP IOZ .' HE'S TIC WORST PILL KE EVER MAD W MB?E —ITS M c - TO KEEP M BED TliAM A IOD OH OTMA9 A'OffhllMG. 1 I-ES ACTING LIKE ANy OTHER ORMOO WI EWI OROBASiy HAVE A TCOOH TH'li C0IXECTIM3 THE BILL FWavl UM, TOO-— 5 LlSTEMlNS TO THE DOC RrJD OUT HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVES-— THAM* A-.D A TIP OF TME HATLO WAT TO J. B. OGLESeV, A''. N -V-l—^. r_^o co^iy ^osp^l.L LIVE AND LEORH LoveH 8oy. von OOTTA USE A DIRECT APPROACH NOW WATCH "WlS. -HER^ ELL 44BLLO THERE YOU SHOOLDH'T STAND -HER ALU ALONE -HOW ABOUT JOINING ME TOR SOME CflRIB !" e r "" ST MeR TlEK tOY FRIEND W* LSO eELiei/Es IN ewe APPROACH LBROUG-HT HLONG A a IftSE OF



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si sow i)( roisi.K I IM1 Sl'NDAV AD ii( Ml PAGI iirins GOVLKNMKN T NOTICES The Decorations and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen, have been informed by the Manager of the Barbados Electric Sut ply Corporation, l.imiUtl. thai their company . prepared lo allocate an amount not exceedinf *00 Kilowatts for the purpose of illuminations next June. The Company is expecting delivery of a new Generating Set early next month MM) Mthough it is Impossible lo allocate Mt) I at%  M Unit, they . %  >• wllHikl i" ati %  iliuminad 111.U all applications tor -• supply for Dtffl purposei should be sent to the office of the Barbados ElectricSuuph itlon, Ltd. in.bar, stating the actcal wattage required Any acceptance for applications for a supply outside the city of Bridgetown will depend on whether the distributing mar J latla at are capable of carrying the additional load Th, mercantile community *c respectfully asked to co-operate H Q WFFKFS Secretary. Decorations Illumination" Committee 5 10.52— In FULBRIC.llT TRAVEL GRANTS Under !he terms of thr Fulbrighi At: and the Joint Anglo-American Agreement establishing the United States Educational Commlithe United Kingdom travel grants may he awarded to assist lecturers, advanced research workers and graduate sturleti; up fellowships, scholarships and other academic appointments at American Universities oi other institutions of higher IcarmiiK DB the U.S.A Undergraduate candidates will not normally be considered for Pulbright travel grants if the student proposes to pursue a course in Hie United States at the first degree level which he could follow at a local institution It is pointed out that the main objective of the Fulbrlght programme is postgraduate study. 2. It should be borne in mind that the Grant will Include only round trip travel between the candidate's home'and his destination in America, including rail fare in America Candidates will therefore bo required lo give proof of available funds from personal means, fellowships or other awards to provide for their maintenance in the U.S.A. 3 All candidates must be affiliated with a recognised college or involution (f higher learning in the U.S.A. 3 At plication forms may be had from the Colonial Secretary's Office by suitably qualified candidates and must be returned duly com pk ted by Novembei 2l)th. 1952 5.10.52— In VACANT K)ST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAXI INCOME TAX AND DKATH DEPARTMENT Applications nre invited by the Government of Barbados for the post of Ir.spec.nr (In-ome Taxt, Income Tax and Death Duties Department. 3. The poet is pensionable and the salary is in the scale of *3 120 x 144 — 3.840. 3. A temporary cost of living allowance at the rate o! 3156 per annum is payable. The allowance is subject to variation or withdrawal at any time. 4. Appointment will be subject to medical fitness and will be on probation for two years in Ihi' first instance. 5. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and the local Civil Servi-? Regulations and Instruction**. Passage exi Mi %  not i-xccediiig $1,440 will be payable on first appointment. I %  ('.ranges are provided. 6. The successful candidate will be required to assist gcmTally In the administration of the Income Tax Act and will he principally concerned with the -xamination of accounts and determination of profits of business, professions and trade. He will also perform such ether duties as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Dutic< may require from time to time. 7. Candidates should possess I high standard of general education and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience in accounts or taxation. Membership of a recognised accountancy body would be an advantage. fl. Applications, stating age, full details of qualifications and experience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him not later than 15th October. 1952—23.9 52—2n. Attention Is diawn to the IVf.no -mtrol of Drug aft and Propnctui> Medicine Prices) Order. I32. No B which will I* inililish..! in the Official G*etle of Monday, 6th OclolK-r. ItM 2 Under this Order thmaximum retail seHlng I "Embrocation EH". •'Humphreys Wilrh Basel liquid BJ W Hazel Ointment". 'Phillips Milk of Magnesia" and "Aspirin I are as follow*: — Embrocation Fl) Humphreys—Witch Hazel Liquid Humphreys — Witch Ha/el Ointment Phillips Milk of Magnesia Aspirin (BayersI UNIT OF SALE Small 1 i 1 e d bottle ^arge s i 7 e d bottle ) OZ bottle Medium Bottle 16 oz. bottli Small satM 1' -arge i 12 oz. bottle •mile of 13 tat* lets y>ttle of IB tnblets wttle o f 100 tablets MAXIMUM K ET AIL PRICE 58c 96. 1 05 fl ISOI II \ M'Kl'KlSINt. how qufcxly h T t Tfht| staff, iseiea ( lolata. li.n.Nitn. iheutnatk paini and trouble* due 10 iinrHiiii.ci i" UM blood can be overcome. Mn-nK. a.tiv* *,dne*t ssie. guard your health by (training anrninues and harmful wastes OUI of the .vttni ttlvfti kidney action n •nadeuuair and tail* to filter the blood properly, r Aih r ur •.*•# fm l>.xnti.Ua.he KhlnevPttt* bung happy rebel as .Itanse the Uney ftWan and sosuim,... a Owl aciWaL You can rely upon this wal known diuretic ami urinart %  otnepti. Many ihniitanda of %  rairtul men and women have u-M r r.l as tba good heahk Ihey have regained by iskiaa> Iksuva PuU. If Quick relief from Colds, Coughs hraa! (I n ll l.u3 Getting Up Nights Makes Men Old TRADERS and SHOPKEEPERS/ FREE COPY of this new beautifully illustrated Coronation catalogue of first qualify merchandise In Wtrw hr;e fart anJ fioi.Jy fjjis ttaaa .-• Chest CsMs. Ca-m Mail*/* T\*rm-i". | back. Feel Its penetrating warmth 'iol-g yo>. jood. itln;ula:inj ysur cifCulatlon. r* %  conjcitton! Brcitr .-irt its pleasant IM vafx>'jrtOioo;licior ^ lunjt and throat. 4 itufTmesi, an-J ease our breathing' / I twaspoonfei of lh "".ub into i j.i^ oi 'o; < ano HUiaJi the Kaai i Relieve muieular %  .'-. and pamt by rubLllg In T.ermogne Rub where the pain it. bo healing! So i" Try it — you will sav ihsi Thcrmo^ene Medieaieu Rir. a real bleuing! Obtainable from all food stores and chemists Be prepared — get some Thermogene Meaicjted Rub today' THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB For Colds and Coughs, Aches and Pains Important %  • %  |isn ovronms H.NI UoubU. • in! quloklr ro haiih, ikha th* % %  %  %  < % %  oaJlad Rae>n s tow ...i.| fa Qa mil iwuurt te i • rrssra fsw !• w rr of mnnay aaae. OM >-..., %  ,),.,„( fSi jtacts V.U. WE carry an aaaorlnn-nt of GOOD lifM)KS %  M Ihvm ul Adroratv Stationery" %  eawaiali No %  > farad Raoai ywu right tat* -i ..!. S VMT*> .. I'OSSEAL priming ia eaaential in the paineinc of all new walls: its %  pplication ensures that the paint oViri npAf and nUiyt r.^Af. Dnsaral irala off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in nee tiirfacea, and at the same t>*.ie provide* a uniform, nun porom base for the paint coats (o follow. It thus prrventa peeling and discolour.* • tJOIl, permits speedy njinting and astiirr^ lhaf the paint c>at j-ivm the Waim U I l> I II Y LENNARDS LIMITED BRISTOL • ENGLAND BERGER PAINTS SALE AT ALL HARDWARE STORES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD-AGENTS. 1,1 f IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT J. N. PEREIRA & SONS MERCHANTS RICKKTTSTRSXT PHOHS 5034 Rcgrtl to Announci thai MI Kit %  !•;. NO VAMS NO BWSn POTATOES. NO IIHIADFRIIT WK HAVE A LARGE MIII'MENT OF PL'TCK 4ti^t -itaCffui jfavtUfttM) aia6i f 111) i II I IT CENTS (8c l PER LB COME I V'i V AND OET V'1'H SHARE FOR MAN MUST LIVE!! I II I I I III I HIIII II IIIIIIIIIII lll l llll'


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jtm ESTABLISHED 1885 BARBADOS PRIME MINISTERS WILL TRY TO BUILD UP EMPIRE TRADE Mr. Braine Wants A Declaration THE COMMONWEAL! H PKIME MINISTERS met* In Ixindon in November ta discuss the sterling an a paj mn (UnVulUM The tatun Involw iliemc* of ihc meeting will h* MM hording up Of world trade—particularly Emoire trade Imw best can Uns be Done? Agra I infls and Trade The suggestion of „ prominent a increeee Conservative M.P.. Mi ii.......' Honorary bevrel me m Attain Comm lee, f a Commonweallh Decl ratio that tarIndrpeitdence. This. I I ran be iited the latent -sue o| "Comma should be the first i.em Ml llH agenda. imov.d. Tarlfl preferences: on ihc Last year Britain nought goods othei band cannot ... ,Yarded at from the United States to the borricri lo brada They ensure value o,' C3fi0 millions. In rttUfl I" taruTl m order to we exported KIMKIS to the %  !uo ol "' %  parttcuonly £15.1 million. To close the 1hU directions, 1 he\ stimulate Uw gap. exports would need to be production and exchange of desirnearly Irebled and avan if thai :,lj !' 1 "' :|I : > encourwere poulble. American menu'" tn "lateral and regional ba' factunng interests mg 1 .' mil 11 to happen. There are only thre> arayi the gap can *e breached, says Mr. Brime. Tie Americana could buj more from oversea' I' lenil mot thus Btlmul development of new ihey could continue paying others .. (heir good*. Unhappily, in oouUnue the) show Hit. Ilie need for the Brat, Kiev are not seriously interested second and are euiioU I tlv e to the resentment engend' %  i by the third. There is always the possibility thai the dollar problem will n tune solve itself. The United Slates, far from being a land with 2!*J2 a surplus nf raw materials: U now faced with a deficit. T slon of her eciiomv is so rapid | that within the next lfj an is likely it will double Ibiati l : will thus create the M ablM a lni factor. Hon of i u %  %  I If) \i..-in e ol mtai-Comi trade. Hut the situation Wan %  and then. %  Login the : affective the i |M %  the -U ill %  < II : the ::.. era! dollar %  %  H leet ve i pM 11 opi i ihc Cans i. Crave in|iir> has been Inflicted on Anglo-Canadii We eou* damage hv Importing. 0UI doUftf n %  II thai than from the ... available to all. Is not lust tharo I substantial prafi to be sucked into the Arm, economy regardless of the effect upon the rest of the world. The wav in which economic dei use the nunc inatr eclopment of the Commonwealth Is undertaken cannot be separated from the need* both social and economic of its peonies. What then should we do. he nsks" There is no easy difficulties Tax concessions can Remanded On Charge Of Robbery His Worvlup Ml male OK dioidd.be ..ll. !" .-.! W .,,„,„„, „, „,_,, Impnn rvrr li,rrcn S ln B quuiUlk <* '•"M """ of ruw material* an. •MS, **,.. MM, EnV before this slate of affair, J* %  • • is reachert much cao hnpern. And | die PWUl rd Cuba as wel' In UU mt says Mi Iln.ir.f-,I — < "" the BtetlinK areas wealth, white $400,U0mLost In Film Fire (Krnm llitr Own Correaponasnit) PORT i >ci. 4. .:>S Kli.M CITY ..IllMli. bout $400,000 v %  lasted about HO minutes ?t fo % %  m| Ire 11 eatn Happen, and Ju;.t i it oloui muaical w hi< i.il llel The Rishop Returns mount l i.*nHy sft I %  r--tui -f.-mi in the Lniicvihne LrngM La Inflanil Aaio „ CJ In the platan an Ivartan*! !('• 'ii.t Uiali Rmonta-eal ton LTnltad And give to CoeaUtn Ai-iino B. C.riffUh. INtll IBV \l IMIi Her Magistrate of DtSerday remanded Arthur Hinds I labourer of Murtindnles Road On charg? of roblw I It could not be ol tl If nee. I Braine concludes, thai r Mi. F. c; Smith Is npi>earlng atlon 1.1 i in rlnhts to on behalf of Hind artilta [ntpaa-I give or exchange i • . would ii „,„ Bail In ,, ul ol ika """' '",' lll *"'' l, ; th P sum or t2r. was allowed the individual but Covernment. !••<']'' %  „j..„„ 'he inquiry -into the mSst do more than that. It must! „.-s .uiroun.lin B the death Ol 3S • lca.lv that Ih. ,,a of drift; gj^jjg* J 8pi S la an end anil that heneefnrwlird bd treatment to Wratterii L l"l Ml „. : S1 ,.„„.,.,. „.„ ,„„„, we Intend to rtli upon our own Whatever the 'rniaim for or „,,,„.„ ,_,„.,„,, hv „,. w ,„. rOMuree. of .treneth at home and a,.m V %  •"';;"• .. M, 0 liUTlnSTSS r;:: SLSTS? A £& r?;.d^S=: %  ^-rr '"T* eve pmenl than preferential tern. Under this, all trade w.that the Genera] Hospital on Sop(ariff* i" the Commonweallh. and parJ — J "haps some trade between Ihc Commonwealth and Weal <• r n %  !)<>> %  full prefer%  l ir.ipe and Of O OeapaweaUri i '" u '" .... ... rating" wWV ing trade would have no preference at all Such a lyatem, cl %  .,. % % %  inaid. It v.'nii.i pt.inmie stability aal future. 11 would saf-guard employment encourage investment i.-pondcmr upon t h United Slalif. and alx*v r all hasten IbtlH) ~ But" Britain has surrendered the right to use that instrument. Under the Washington l.m ment and under the .. A greets, r %  i -1 U.K. Will Reply To Iran Today IXJNDON. Oct. 4 The British Foreign Office said Britain's reo'v to Iranian oremier MohBmmed Mossadegh's "ultimatumto* i "inanl *f the oil dispute would bo presented today in Teheran The leply was ,-xpectesl to reigct Ifte ultimatum proposal whet, expires today but informed sources said it would leave the door open for further discus*! of an attempted settlOB t tctnuciIB after he was involved %  idem on Haggatt Hall M.I with .i oar about 11.15 a.m. %  day. He die.I .it tiu Ocneral Hospital (We days later. T. R RAIAR KOI.U. The T. B. Radar, a motor vesse' now lying in Carlisle Itay wind In Ihe Court o: Admiralty in the suit of the owner, master and crew of the St uonehlp Anukora. ^...s sold to Mr. M. E ft EV.urne for the sum of 111,000, His Lordship Ihe Chief Justice Sir Allan Collyaaore, Chsal ' UM : %  %  • %  the motor vfssrl to Mr. \ ISIIIM. YACVaWMBN U.S. Drafts Angry Rarlmdian Note To Russia Cricketers WASHINGTON, (X-t 4, The United States is drafting an angi % nute i' Mi acov, proteatlng a BhamefuV' uni, .-.lent* d demand lor ihIm Back Home Tltr. ii-coll of An'.l).!*rtalf George F Kennan Inpnv United States cxpfii on Soviet affair* From Presidml Truman and of State Achesoii d Hhrough th tempciwere high Kremlin's blunt < iti i 'i ti B cludinu the i n il.Ie rh ri from the US nt %  %  \ Russian Ambassadi.i Qe iibm who preeanii I %  redentials to I'risideut Trun.in i daj| ago. N< thought was given however t<. a final hreak in dlplo .vith the Soviet Union. Western observers in M< U tht N vai %  o • %  • .'•"i hy niiv formal relaUooa i ould ...ritiinic tndanniteb bel Urtted States and Huasta at let t until ..fter the United States • lections They believed ' %  that Ihe U S Embassy slafT wouhl reduced. -r.r. Phafer Oullim-H K<*onoinirF aaaaaaan el the PattOf Hand. Iii addillon U. thnw there will be an all mab>|U*rtette I.rf b Mr. raa*fhj ThomiH-n I ,,„-.ll ane of Ihe sol-laU on "le programme Another fealore t^ lhal Mr. S Hurkr. in MI, -i id the I hureh. and hi* win will %  ""' render organ MIO*. 11 adian fClj Ii %  %  i. from K n gJa n d by the t.oint I ng a sir m in tin i on ithire League both with the %  in mid old da 11 .'.'IM"' %  MI r A i \i M. %  the 1 urn Sou II eting to-iugh* U.S. Taxi*iyers Deeply Disturbed Oei I '.nlng ii I the Dal II iccurred b ihi fedei I Oov< n pat -n.noridnee lefi %  • ,i :, day ol p ping Into North &" %  ..,11.-1 was 'divine Inept iradi-i !liip we %  a %  i ih. futura Roy i Id Ihe Mteeaai lhal thej %  i .. I i "I \ w of Hull. od Rama> rihin had reniilned In England and Walcott, WI I an ro quite pra| %  %  %  Industrialists Will Cost 924,000 i on r-op-sp UN, %  %  %  %  %  indu Iiul % %  %  '. %  n %  Government!. u Horn ; w it %  li %  I.ed t.-l..!. i ch will ii, %  %  %  • %  ( Imperial < 'hem i i. %  Limited will i.. .. i etobai 11 *oe it th .. %  %  vho want %  %  l i ll.il. Legislature Denounces Communism '" %  ". "" %  " I atrssfaaasali ... %  %  . %  %  %  I entry inu %  thepost %  FisheftlWll IFC:H| : W III:UII Arrested Lealte Moore, a heist Half Moon Furl. St Lag | >n his way to Ihe OetV %  .It 1 in th i'ul'" '• o'clock last night ufter it as lleged that he had be. 0 It Ball's Allty M-< %  beoi arai i itei %  .I \; the Public Mortuary Eul ile* %  Martin or Bryan (2 '. dimeitir servanl Of Hagg 'i il il S' A, h with ih* matter. %  ii. %  : ; powtl ol tannThe mouoh, whi ... n Congreea had taken on wan) I a .„ x i, l|L II which Luck.. In -iiin i %  %  I-.. %  lad n rot umerous hei He *uo referred to 1 T night at s anted to that ,,!.-. drive ngatnst ."•I i %  .i ,ii,zens. me : %  | I %  .le I the iommi • ugjj i treason Itaall leased —t'.P. [allei ke f whan I ... AiIt do | %  FIVF TRINIDAD V \( HI SMI A ben plrlured g| the Barbados Vttsl flub arrived t\,*rr >eiterds> to take part in the 2nd Interralonlal Tornado Toarnamenl Ihb week The oilier mrnhrr af the Trinidad team l* due to arrive today. General Clay Takes The Blame Ri R v t; L <; v i. . B OeeMa am England alti i •i \\ UM Batfjai R 0 \ I Hail) % %  %  ; %  I T i Laitj %  the i' K I I .1 tun. %  UN ..nn. ha n %  %  k hiding \u II .i Bcotl a si : a .i..no ii. v Hut nine ..i C m P ii v • %  %  r.' Rtahop it..,i Wi . ISO delaajatei rroen ill :hl : %  MM HI. two en. it the H % %  : will IIhat MI I • ^ -. "ill i. i. .' 1! DUI %  1 %  riged t III I OKI) itiMinr Prince As\ khan Will Tali \\ 11Ii Mis Lawyer Mtmtia\ i'AHIS pnnoa AI> Kh. fer with i lion with I th "ii not wnkuig ..ut g| | %  hen un Septi i lhal "al %  I <• i is home. i. ..: % % %  ft In %  on again j'galn an I .1 Mule! I'.P. No bother, no worry. only irdlnite plaaauro and enjoyment to dining and stntertaininq, aimply by aervlnq K.W.V. Wines. NEW VOHK n Clay said on | full rely fi.r arranging An erM-..I. aei < -' :*> iit-i i n and that that Tnu matter up at this n* w • %  %  it. lo with a lav nevei '. ir'-fit In :n -wtr tl,, lo a speech made by PTeidcrt made In 194!V lot i nl SUtas troops to B wh ch the Pn %  nhower was partly lo the matt.' I Berlin bleckade. the first I Former deputy to B %  Claj Id thai f.s.Jise, %  %  the Pre*met aid he wag surprised charge of for the Ai ihe high. %  1 %  %  • QltAlaTTV • DISTINCTION FLAVOUR BRIGHTEN YOUR TABLE wiib ths rich quably ol K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY. Ifg auperb aervad at room temperature vrith doeaorts. (rash fruit. cheeaa and nubs. K.W.V. "Jha Wine og Oil Jims K.W.V. SIIDKKV BBANDT, \\ll l\MI I WIN! -.



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I'AGE SIX M SHAY ADVOCATE si NDAY, in rOBU V MS! For Women Only f w. wtu % %  in.'i Could be ingi %  tiN. salad with of garfi. and that K<-xl old favourite in| r EAT ANYTHING DRINK ANVTH inptasuuurl tainting I.I WHY twcauft %  \ TAHI.FT A DA KfT.r UNPLEASANT ..RKATH I %  i %  i I %  %  \ | huny didn't ) THE MODERN BUNGALOW Hy -PE\SAYT" .. ( .,„ else on she hang out the kitchen I Aquariums are in the (Mhion loWtii h< bab •„ nappiM k(wp mvonc who reads their h chickens, grow h Paw-paw .wliknov. y,te lately nb ,e.dfruit tree., if not in the there was a display of..quanurns ri u( her ^^.y.rd^ Tak ; %  ,"* her bark-yard from her and %  he is Drill Hall, and very beautiful they j^ *. Perhaps this revival has been Yet. in many of the new type • •limulmcd by a fellow feeling of home what do we find We in us human beings for the gold* find the entrance, and the front so many of u> these days door at the bark of the house modern Bungalow* which alongside the kitchen, and no 'i huge un-hooded glass back-yard space allowed for at jnd wide glass doors all! The visitor gets out of nil might be termed human car, and the first person to greet aquariums, for they are as near to him Is the Cook at the back door. — s ^grwaaww—>—— a jcold-flsh howl as a human shelling peas. ilwi-llmg .an gat Shades of my scared GrandJwaya in a Ot .< r mother, what are these architects Ivod in a glass house you will not thinking of ! SPA TO land* up to • boys But -. we bungalow dwellers hav M { n old fjuAlnn^t in vigorous brushln, N m Baa**/, soli-ldodge from one sheet of glass to ~"_ T*, t' . # ^ 1 iMshes for Jimmy. Neither another, crouching. (-*water nor hard wear weakens a SPA. In can) nth r nylon or bristle. SPA STANDS V*l*v;dl TO fXPKCTATIONS. Not lo happy are Pops expectations. I us again Just can't tn.>i rungPop needs gingering up with a good dose of ..-,'. . gentle yvl alwava .e laxative will rid ni tired, listless feeling. Try MEDI• reall) srorfci Brori w N ic* morning you'll bound out of bed like a six year old. AN APPLE A DAY %  '"• %  > •" 1 '( OSK n Y..u v.iv* give the kids apples, but vou can supply them, every day, witii Okkcoae, mtii IN VITAMIN D. I" it in beverages, sprinkle it on morning You will -on" notice th%  bounding •narSy and sparkling health. iv (.U("s! II it it must be b> iMtsaj A Meore. The lovely Louise here has an opinion of yo %  i ramth The "Small, for I beli* spaced Kmily gives every one a chance, the parents and the chil.'ren For those who believe in a wellfamily. I lecomni.Ti.l RKNDELL-FOAM as the mol dainty vet •flavtlv*. Ud absolutely :;i fe contraceptive or. the market today, Wives OsUI alWayi r. iv on RENDKI.L-rUAM. Here we come, dozens of satisfied usi-m "* ,hal ,n -v • unsuited to present would be. "^rBut, the rash of new bungaAnother peculiarity of these new bungalows Is the" lock—irTso £"L "'f 1 n 1 fc COVVred Barbados many of them—of a uruuer llnrk'" *" c lMl ** w >* %  '"<' nughl be I .. %  M* .. IOTIIUHI "fli-et m" IK tx.. nn .l A ... yard. Now house-wife •f Ihe bctli the Harbaitian \ v, ? i a "t 8eP" "i bungalo heek-yard. the larffl^" 1 1 !"* 1 nd represent rallwr CAKWHICX \ POUCk PEDEh\iTM\ l\ U.AKB.-WOS \ >• .!\s I bat a figure! OUfl, isn't ah I Not too fat and Hun Just perfect NOW Su/\ did not always poasras this sylph-llk< Ni. Su'v was more than pleadingly plump Bag] Cv Wheie ,he different flights or fancy nf builder and owner, rather than ~o well thought out type of hou;>e "or this island, in northern limates large sheets of glass a i house, and hoodless windows BAMMADO& Te desirable to catch and coner\-e every scrap of sunlight, KINGSTON. '"d there they are used, not for A conference of Caribbean police show, but for that purpose, To officers is due to be held in Uarfollow that fashion in this luni UM^ZKJ 1 ** 1 yw & ecof blUiding sun-hine where wc tion with the visit to the Canhneed preteeLW baa lh^ ann !.nofColanel W ; Muller. C M.C S se^rTTaXr 'rfficutou. General of colonial onIy prcsient;( mflny prob Pni!( W the inmates of these houses. Inspector police. Colonel Muller, advisor to the Secretary of State on colonial mutters, is due to arrive In Jamaica In November to begin his inspection of the Caribbean area. .i pas %  i figure. IF YOU ARE OVERWEIGHT, try SILK M.IMVIING TABLETS — f<>r EITHER MEN OR WOMEN. Watch >olir waist line, old boy, not the pnily girl up there. Sole AienU covering this Column. INTERNATIONAL TRADING ( OaWOI \UON LrtY Ii.i'i'.M,. : 5005. It's the Busiest Number In Town AND BY THE WAY. line's another busy spot worth a vi-r "THE LITTLE SHOP" JOHNSONS STATIONEIIV BUILDINQ, BROAD STHF.KI YouTU lliiii almosl rvcrjthuig In "The LinkShup". > %  % % %  %  x m i ENJOY J^^ BEVERAGES THIRSTY OR NOT M t M II Is to hoped that as time I passes, Ihe Barbadian bungalow. | of the future will Fe'lle down, and that modernity w iu be comI The police conference to discuss bined with suitability, and out of I regional police matters, which will the two, a type (Volved which • be attended by Jamaican pol lev. will be more sensible and suitable will l>e held in Barbados duri'W 'or the people of this Island to the course of the tour.—B-l'.P. live in. Mm-m! nothing smells so good as a good cup of coffee! front A fo I reports food* and fads Z UTHORESS Fleur COWIM lAmerican editor lournaltst, and wife of a publisher), holidaying tn London last week, gave two freah answers to two old questions. QUESTION 1 What helped you matt In getting to the top of your fi.li • •• She said : 1 think It's because my husband and our greatest friend, Bernard Barurh. always treat me aa if I am much cleverer than I am It's a great help towurds Improving." QUESTION li'lan't U a great advantage, xhen you urjte a oooK, to nave a publisher at a nusoand?" She I didn't tell my husband I was nearly finished I a*ve It to htm to read And I rather put him on the spot. He would hate to hurt ro? ti*el nirv but n would n>'e m to do in>lh.n< f HI! -n tin I thias he was raUier relieved to ftnd he liked it." % %  Mil luxuries on the market for Ihe first time suic* Ihe war are baih mlus-unuh bags ot '.oell.ng dlled >.II almond creMsn soap which loam and lather when vou i-v irnin in water. Expensive (even noufh you can use them again and mm at 11. 3d. emch. *OLOUR to look ou' > %  (and to inatst on Keiins 1 ii the colour you find in an EngljUi rose garden All shad" froai palest wild rose pink 'tirough laded ferown.Ui pink, to IM deep red ot a cahbafe RMS •ere used in Paris for wool su.t* and silk coais lor embroideries and tor evening dresses BWETORATION on • dinner [able produced a: short notice the night the hostess got back from the countrywas a flat, s.lver d.*n neaped n (he ce-n're Hh w;ld nowers and w.tn a single lighted candle at each comer UVA \HRINOS creep up on U> the es* Lsten are %  ru: -.' %  n-rk' m rh ne*'^n<^ curv m ear 'see oicturel mv sttNKo: LUNBgari an honest anier u a quest.on mo :nger juld dodee *hn I mid : You know. I always thought from vcur recordj 'in • ou were roloured." "That" said Prankie. "is the greatest 'ompbmenyou could par me. 4. AIX1F1 Id : Ilk %  lit i a garlic crusher, w th one Squeeze you can get all the Juice Irom a whole clove i>! Ksrbc without messing your hands They sold for lOs d In 8oho up to a few weeks ago I bSM*—ar, j...> ni iai srcord.ng .-r,i Utt-ijn mi, aotnsi. *l naa %  paiuonstc Uvc scene lo u.*. *ith Fred Uaetfornu UM oihr-r day. she said, "so Pred ac-d my huibsnd II he would like to g'i out while we did the kissing M.v huiband sad 'She's al> vours Fred until sis o'clock.'" sLlN'lERlE idea somenr ought to have thought up before is the new nylon bra i raps that can D.~ hojked anywhere into the strong lac** edging so vou can wear It at a litrt neck halier neck or straight over t!v shoulders Pr:c It, PE suing for divorce :>1 Ulrur I'pi %  rl In the wjrid DaU ttua] m I-ondon U %  o wuh hutband Les narrant Barker. So pr, %  was. with her rippling ml hntr. peacn akin. *nu > "ll-nn-iniiiif klkS a. with her i Aani i. % %  tiiin> mea i* marnage." So full of sex %  And ;:i ii\. bo 1 3 ION of ruE IIMFS is a toy bslloon. The assistant handed me one tree when I nougnt a rmld's co-ton IrorK in a big siore. I Ml/\\ tne new sllnra loi Ms nean t> .1 nin ii smbt-r salln with a pateni ol leuitaid I %  opls waist ,. CSMKp belt tiiat around five mien are wearlog .s'.c nlrture > %  oi;sti chicken ana ilb of larlto provided prool c-! %  i iMUtfii garlic no one can ; of it alterwHrds Roast Uia chleki n in buuet %  ith some ol Ihe garlic ano ihe real to roast in "hi II .IHMVI.F.S are getting ru.iiolrd. Watch tor ihe new ruined cut on those care:ully posed fashion photographs Irom Parts. Note the carelullv runted fringe, ihe deliberate dishevel men t. the loose curl arranged lo hang over the forehead with oh such care INVENTION that saves a len-m.nute battle with Ihe tin opener came my wav with a tin of soup this week. Just one Jab. and vou can prise off the lid. Sardine canne.s please copy. •lot'RDAN milactor who is said to ae the nandso French alive, has rofreall point of vi about his o looks. 1 hate be (old I'm hand said. It U dimmish tin a man sKlSSES those linger oassionate. censorable J INT • chopped mi sprinkled on the let luce w.ih oil. sugar and ii'.icK pepper mude the freshe-st-ia*ting salad I had last week UJ ANCV I't'NAKD WM pnotographed in the smart-sel heyday wi-sriim . head-lniKK ni( helmet coverins! tne ttatr. All Ihe rage—In 193'i 'lee oJcfurej — and now nil the rage again in flit c it IDS. costing Irom 2s, for a spray of four small ones, can be sent anywhere by a new orchid service. I and un idi.some might care to copv you an umbrella *• while vou leave yi repairs.' MHKEI.l \ shop %  w.loan %  %  pan nell from His i in. i isu isren mid—well eat tour 'rf I hlM iss tiARKT'S hat the bought readymade — has been a boon to copy isu You can buy it now at any price il. down to 30. the one she S3 Mj YI.OMTE tiappUj ...ni. be Ami begin it with a ?.. not as • %  do II X .iii-specs now bcir.y made in match h ol green. 'I ni,-blonde .YICOS. and ebonv And If Amer.cnn women run btQ i iem whi shouldn't we? London Express Service Q, JTl'OTE from actress LIU Uamlta. who dropped Into london last week-end *' I have had some Paris dresses, and hey were so uncomfortable I couldn't breathe. I couldn't bfi my arms, I could hardly tummy head But. oh they were W ELVET slippers to put on when you get home coma to the shops this month. Flat, leather-soled, solt. and pretty, they are made in black velvet and trimmed wuh a bunch of pink strawberries or sequins. From 3Ss. 'See picture.I Good grooming for the entire family IS THE ANSWER with PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE! The handsome family is sure of good groosning the Palmolive Brillantine DOUBLE USE Way? As aa Oil for Massage*] Bsfore wishing hair, massage scalp briskly with Pahnohve Brillantine. I*ave oil on scalp for 10 minutes and tlun uash. This maauge helps nmove daodlufl .. prapare scalp for j*rfeet chansing. To Comb and Prrfunne Haln Put a little Pa'mnuse Biillantine in the palm of tie hand, ahggj hands together; laaooth ^ver hair. And (anb! Especlolh/ %  tha cvp hold. ChoM J. Sonbom. for hses'i coflaa as co"se should be—rich, haorty, and son fring. Just inlfl thai Inviting . %  then sip that heavenly co' flavor. That's real coffee! • Ask for Chats A Sobom lodayi Then, ROtloS the Jancing hi-hlighta the beautiful (n-mmvl yovr hair? PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE ftsajae' \0 Protect your gums and you protect your teeth, for gum troubles cause over 50 per cent, of toothtosses. To promote firm, healthy gums, use Ipana tooth paste — Ipena and Massage. Use Ipana, also, to brush your teeth exrrsarhite and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cause decay. This is the nay to keep your whole mouth healthy i the way you will tnd ''rcireshingly different" because of Ipana's mint flavour. THE TOOTH PASTE.. REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT raoooCT o* urttn HTIII. IONDON "-O NIW r



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•U.I FOIT.TF.EN SUNDAY ADVOCATE .1 snu .M rOBI R CLASSIFIED ADS. I-I III 14 SAIIS TflFPHONl 210. I'll I > il-.i *. IBM MII-ToN His a* ,,f Hughcndcn I place at • %  : %  m Hond.t and then d family THANKS loaiined %  Joseph Gnfflth *h m biUi, Ctai r.er.i Batven H'.lr.d vraisorii > nee ikMoak thi I.I i hank all .in illcard. i by uu %  Km neti 9 M,BHIW If ilolph. Horace 'bmtlni.IrM Ma none. Una. Frauleit. taleier*, ft ISM-In itAlToVl Mi Victor W.lcolt -n tomll) be a I thank JU IhMT i" %  • who attended Ui funeral, .ent wreaths fid> litierI V any ulhsr wat i -eeenl MWVMM* vraiiontd bv the death of oudea .i,M i rual.r heartM.., %  ... IM lade. That IM Drain hamade .1 i heartw To dwell i die. I i'... ii Wltli CflllO la(•a.nUiriM b> Mir* rei IH.i.l. M CARUM III AIM .•ndilion Owner dr nloimallon dial 3S3B A Til. perls-( J 10 it J. CHRYSLER ROYAL IMS MODEL CAH. food lyre* and a bargain al BW0BO ?ourleay Oarage. Dial 441* IM .in application la Mi M.il.-r .. 1 ..t 1)11' ofli. : Mh October. IKS al I p'm I lit at KAROO TRUCK One -11 ISM Fm.. reach Maehnnieellv found al (enetally food. Engine recently mn taulcd. Courtesy Garastc Dial 4Sla 10 i3 %  TRUCK, llnr IS4T Chevrolet Trot l • SB in AuM londltlon On* 1*. ..id c-r F> aApply I.I O Clark* Nder. Hill, Bl •"hilip or t> BolOe. 'ward iid* Road LAND 4 kitchen gaid.n t. .alrr In-tailed. l|. %  tact C Hai belt. •q. (rat at with li ft % %  the land can ! %  pur\ C a Advocali ft 10 u In. IA'.H • iT'n' NBVia .SB .1. im*e*W I'l.mU flock* tcjllla. si. rev . ID .i sXBCTBICAL mi. • n C Von Rall-ril> r.rR*a*..i %  Inapactkm oil app.tcatio; AltTION O 10th If % %  % %  I %  it >p.,.. %  BI ; H IM n*OOD UJOJ .,„d |144 >quar* frr-t n %  %  %  %  •in to h.-. mnatM* aaa ri>ndltiii ..i „.. li AHCHBt Hi KTNZIZ n..i : victoriStrwt •trrrt ft ID -4Mi NOTICE 1 BarbaMlaa Talaphono Snaraa IS Waat basis Mat i W lUrbadm Bhippina A TradlM 0s~ %  BM 1 %  I •ham wll b* aa>| :i< l..r .ala at Public Auction on Fltday. /.c till <>ct..brr. IHt al 1 p m at :-irii.ion A Soaly, Luc. Straot RndVatown 1 10 II 4n" JN0ER THE IVORY HAMMER VINC'TNT (iHIFFITH. I si alKlMc-i 1 Thr liouta and lt apr I P.EFIUCrRATOR— -|*i*tcoldV, CII ] Rvfrlicralor Nina monlha old Pa ct aro.ki.ii order Onar four yaarlatiUod 8tir,ca*Mo*l--ti' %  will 4 10 MJi %  Say. Hh Qn laaar hHJ. %  *BARWU<>:> A|DOV('£ •rlIvory Phonr I FOH RENT \g£ HOUSES A.l.br ....— l. JM-. A wM) ba.Il hou II.' rrvrr bmm ortupir-l LIVESTOCK A-*APT*IFNr l'pUlt at "CaiiHt* Ith ivi v to -n aoprowdt.nani Oaa and ElaettclH inataiii I* _"*' tkruU" l.V'v I., Mn P II „ v '*"rt" frtrpnon* 3US. • ."._ TABW PI AHTATIOS mUaS-dM ,v •it.iatod APUlt O |lil>.n.f Ml Standlaat. Rt Jatnaao, N t H—oandt. Ciab Hill. St l-w> MF.CHANICA1. AIH COalPHatSaORB lor oporatlon lr.tr %  wrL.ka-.tS ol Ti-tlai JUlly atlacbr ,oS iiid-laa lyraa In quark-yanc Court" iirofc Dial *i. J 10 ftS—Sn UrNDAI I nsraTi Avnu> — atoitstiri: on pproxii : %  an It %  aliar\. drawins. md MOSM. larsv K Aowot .. and an.ii'r . W*J fruit ti** %  U B. U—4n. ' Tbc iiniirii.iiiiii will i ffofnr tala by om. No IT. ir ISS). I Kniaa k' .i*n al-BASUJAI.FlVttUndlna o-i I Acra*. 13 %  I BorbaiaM I RH •|ir\TIU.FV root imii 'i Plione tft* luc Wilrii Tatrar. •8ft OS par montb i is as it. UAIiAOE at "Manindan .i ... Rtna3*0 m >PI' 1-" loutr ol Baauty. Ilantlnca llaMinS'i ;i larsa ri ... II.AtAJUCUl TII'AI F.WUU'MI %  i <_l.jd.nal Craaa mowart. rollactor. n-HB-H< M.-IUII II ud ditlilbutni". and loadcri Fcrtllm .1.. Ulbutoin. Hari.iot uloimh. and aaven nthar Haana of inUiaal Courtaay Oarag. 441111 a l %  tii. niCYCUTS llwrnla. and otb.r .. .. children and adult* Rl'ECIAI. AhH j'HICBal Courlaar Oaraa;.. MASirl Ml A''-' i on ar* I.I,. %  .aa bathiu.1 hat m ruUf fuliMoncd n in,*' Thraa l.cli K Oai ... itrt %  i mi Pth ...-> as a aut. bw uu i I TONB\-fIU>FT in ?U F.ni.i-hl includlnj •<" and mijUla i I nalhu.S Dial B13J %  : %  ',':; ....^WINTFItFI> I' %  %  '" dia*ihfl nnd dm>S ,n / %  u modam rorivmu The Housewife's Alphabet W uik becomes pla 'ii II >ou tmv. RATCBAL oXs IN VOI'R KITt'HFN cost IKU. -MI .si -i mi ikflNU An Couraa Hot award of Dlplg I A.-ocutc or Fallow) wll .uu (or imi.fr atal u Irrritina •paicinnc POSTAL *iih aapart tulora. OUAHANTE Ct>lHsrs in Eneli-h. Comn>*icial a LAW tubJect*, london Chambar Coinmcrcc v*. Inalltuta ol Com fta BT .B. Elc I'or FREE ROOKUTl WHITE Now I., the laadlna III4.II la ( 1 SCHOOL OF 1 ,i,l and there la olao a WaUrmill. m a wa-ahana. : !" Irajnift on g***? !" '*" Ub* on ibc „,.., ,M-. 1 %  '"'r 11 ? B,,M For lurlhcr parti,,il.r. aid cur. i ( I %  SB sa-sn L'XUER THE SILVER HAMMER i Tlmraday. Bth OM by order pf M.. Gordon Yoarwood, w* will aaU> l-T Ifouac upprilntmcnU at "Plaaaan Da...11. H.-d. which rludn Fjtr.i"i.i Dlni.i* Tahl. Uprlfhl 1 'ii-. .n> nice Waawon. I I JUIIrf and cuahkaM.. Rocbata. Oala-Lcg; Tea Table i dim Card Tabu-. R c A -id China. Crtatal Bowl. I Tao %  *.,„...,. palnlatM an. Pirtmc*. Rraaa JatalLni'rrRowU Ac Aiawitoa Clock Varandnh ChalFBi Sm no-i BinskBadataada and Sprlnsa Daap Saasp and Fibre Mattrmarv Mir lorad Praaa. Burani Badnda Table Prla-DN-ii etui, in M.."*..-. ftinfa Sawtnf Mactiuii ll.iner I frfrctioi Kline. Cooleteloi 7im Top Table. Kil.h.i. Ulena.li. Scalea. Gardai l-n*h CaraanUr* Toola Booba. t'.n i • •' .4 other iicmi s r II 30 o-c'nea Tern.. Caah I.I; \M.I I: I IMII M W .ft CO., \i_. li.i-irrr* 5 10 11an I NDER THE SILVER HAMMER .1 I IN ui IilBFS U IMI.IK HfcLP CLErUt Clerk lor u* Warkakop layiianciiciiic aalary SS* 0* pec month •etwee" the hour. "H-lp to C lark Dowdi Lad Ecb-em BALVRMrN OR nAlXEWOfdXN t u ,.i Cap* ler U O M Blurt and Catineib tarl'icy. Lowei Bay flu—t Apao now CANE CARTS Imported alUStaol I %  heel Draianed rapacuHy lor hMkl < aitlona Cotirteay --. li II >!*• -I lu a> Sn MACHINE One TreaflW Hiii*. i md Mn.hii.f Apply Milone Cl HI I Road, Bank Halt. Hi Vt OLIVETTI M 441 Typewrini. A"H ible from Stock In varlou* aainai -. Idafollow*:II" — SMOSS Ift" — HS300 II" — tJjsoo Enqulrle. to R. P. Uuaaaal, Son Co 1 i \UE Htiuau at. %  Wall aim Wo Ihrat bealIKIOII twtHi 'III-I a-Hlaat. I) Baal B..lh. ruruiina (ai iiiiiii.irli.iiit ii_it(t.; on approii acre* Und. Aapay any Aw ieae>|M %  C 1'i.itoiii as-s.a*-an TU: DOWU owalln, %  • %  %  ,. % %  altuate al Th> %  taSlnai an T.444 aauar* la I ..iilah. two two bedroom., u.ual con ili'heii Ac. aaraa. i....m-, and . aland laapettum .. apt t HI Clan HUMS Dial 3I2S. TB4pr.ip.itv w|| by puhlir niir ofrlcv. JarueSlii*l. sMSn*lWB, on FrkJa, imii OcUb* IBM, %  %  %  %  ..on %  RO*-' OBDAB n Aariita. AL and Mi l %  ah La. ItK WKI K I.I I ,.!,],1 ..'..I. on Rooma. IT Hmh SI. Mr Leonard Kniaht Ha\ne. Baal CMftaar*, li.i AX1 E THAILEIW-WlthoU Hit in haul lo the front. BSn %  Tractor IJS0. other InMatrl i E) l i|ni....iiii|t W..ibl'i % %  %  ao.B.ftl tin M-HAVIS(. EyuiFMrrrr -Tra. Iterated (or applylnf wee.1 klilna. rctlcmra nnd luiullcldr* Court iarau. Dial 4BIS I 10 IS rltACToKli %  i:v HAHHIS Pneumatic S II VI1ARS — II VKARS S I Mini K l^Y \ 1 MUM i; DAY III' Thr Workers' Ds ill bfl rclebratwl with 1 ii.iii.il..Worker* tolon UU Bailuiii l..11..,m prl 111 fliUiln-t. I (] .nk-h.ili(Ju>) At Q1 I INS PARK o.r-•:..:..linn Bvsnb i liuiud,vill \J The i ii.nn.Bee Show \ Donkey i:.., . O Acrobdtlr Ill-tpUy Pyramid Buildlni ^ Hand llalanelni 0 Mliirlc i iiiiiini Kte. \ Reauly Cunteat t? See in. Crownlns of \ "Mh* Barbados' 1 OORUi Kiiitbali (Ljdien t Spin.vit-p. v*, Married S Women > Crickei M.itt-h — Stevedores I Ughtsjr rneii v; Steel Band I ..nipcliUon \ 1st |*n#e : SZS.OO N Znd Prise : S1.M r 0 Vaudeville and < alvp-o 1 ( ,.%  i.:..... — i .... Shaw7 inn and Mta-NitM J free DANCTNG Free • ',• Worker'. lelebrale Your *; Ds\ I In nut mlaa II • ;. MEMBERS FREE .' Adulh 1/:: trhlldren 6d Gates Opal 1Z Noon 28.8.S2.—4n. rVRGt'HON AND MA* available wllh whirl •i —i, hall-tracba. full many other attachment! ..,Co U „.., i| 0...... "Hi WAt* %  HIKKI I \ M Kit tn. it ii aw i cm RCM ThU well and aubatanauiUy buiM e ho%  floor. Sitting and Dlnlns lOBtne. 3 Ini. nit. d wiin baain* nnd ri.niiu,.. %  iilmard* %  %  i There If a '-..ill In Linen cupboard Ir line paaaaaaway. and a,I the 'ooma arc Iflltcd with %  :.. and the > fitted wllh hood, and ahul On the %  round floor lhaee I* a lam. cellar I fi t.'.h v.nti i-n.nl floor ant ample room for Moraae. laundry ate the ground., and %  areant'B bath am t, net in lb* |Mund Saat i inider-ineiilK.neit w .11 Oil t'N'OEK THE DIAMOND HAMMER .lion. rvielved from tin Satlabetl i bar i'oUcr I wn, aaall %  ell", lakr. F..IK %  i 12 JO or hdhl rut-nHura wttteb I TO YOC No.rmbri a>,.l an.l M-V la Uvi nnwaiili I(..I.I,III aSSJ AY VK A Vimi im. Ht Andrew 5 io aa *, OKDFJfS Btt %  MISCELLANEOUS ANTIUjtKB Of every daeri iiaaa. China, old Jewala. Ane .v*lemiiui* Early booka. Map.. Aul.i lapria eU at Oorrlnge. Antlqua Bhoi Ltjulmnf Royal Yachl Club Sfftl-ll.n I1H1CKS. Lumber. Yard st.ifl ;t. apply abovi uro-Cola Faciiu.. faibudaT Bract i 3S0I after %  •> 4 10 IS %  S i buy. but II 1 d. lansc %  raaantins U n Friday Hi* Iftth dnv t i t p ni laapaclian la rlrphonma BIB) Far fu" IiHsVfir Ihu Iliainond Il-mmrr I have been aMSTMSlSa b. B'doa Asenim Ltd i" a.li hv pubiie auction al \' H aim Taxi Cab Co Bay Street on Friday loth Oct at 1 n'clock the foil ,wln III n-w Guv motor truck with a lot of .',.. r. p..it> vei. fciuU for the roanlnS trop III Citroen car. Hi KaUer car. i .d* car*. Hi Pilot radloa %  s A il lube*i. Ui caaea Roidrau* wind. pMUaa, iJS> IS5-400 Michelln • . 1S5 * Michelln lubea ti.leiealecl partlea ran nopect the above nv n.. r..enl Sundav on application to the Bdna Tin Cab Co H APi Y A SCOTT. 1*1 III.la %l 14 *-> COTTIJ;. CATl-iL.ii A I. I M S M in roil s\ i MISCELLANEOUS i I it,nlitv %  Shoe Same. %  Hull A SV>ii 3 IS M .in I fl a all. i.'i'.nlel, w.i" bat ami chain. I i %  i %  stipsi'iLaent iw t.i Ihe Halt. Talaarapb. l.nliiJi laadUag Dally Newepapar no•rrl.lng In Baibadoa by Air onle a tew .i ler publication in tendon Contact I... Ual* co AdeacaM -%  •* %  live. Tri ai 11 | I ( B SEA VIEW GUEST SOUSE HASTINGS. BARBADOS Dally and U>ntferm Hate* quoted r-i requedl. Permanent l.uaaU welccSBe. Dinner and I'oekUil Parties .rranaedl J. H. BUCKLAND ProprMitor. its the Auvni;\n: Fur i.mm iiiiiihs NOTICE I II Ol MO I OUrtMCN ACT, iale I i ..i NHN1 ii" HF.ltFHY OIVEN lhat ((.. a* Ihe lnp.n, -HI be i,11 d day of October 1*51 ,. .,f Orloher Itsa |...IM (iiiH... ni of Daraaftsn C K COKBIN. %  asnisn NOTICE etni-H ni i I0WVS1 ii II ITIONS i... %  • vocanl FrUer te) .ed by the in. in.d not later than Belinda., ih. .t. ,.( October INI he Widow, iwhlte. ,'t.ilenrd elreiim KINO. li %  Veitry. 4 1U JI I i. A T S) .,.-. NOTICE OLD HAUMINONIAN SOCIETY „.. ... Open Day at H C atJ .iL.I li".SB 1'huia.lay. Ovtabci M u... c.kei match 13 at Tad eetaua a a to T p m A u he ..itrndins e a.kcd v by Monday ISU< c.rrrEN'* ri Smrelai. -as B at—an Ma I.O.VI A FI'ND LOST ,-,-.-,•,-,--•.-,-.-.-.A SACIED ORWal under Hie aalSSi MK Di.l I Ht -III will be held al SOCIETY CHAPEL ST JOHN vl M.M lilt <" inni • i PROGRAMME t tl %  I -^*e****'e*,*e*-*eV>',*e'e*e'e*e'e'**^^ FOH SALE — AT — Graeme Hall Terrace UesuiaxH-e containing 3 bedlargB living room, uoliery. vants' rooms. Approx. .Mable into two flats. i rt %  .: i Log to the Colony BMl will 113.800. We consider this to be a |lva away tlgure with the land value alone being worth over 1:1.000. JOHN EM. III.ADON A (O. Timor MM Plantations Building 'r<*p ihls dale (iptf'i fur the ANNUAL LEEWARD BALL ii thr 1TH NOVF.Mnrjl %  I PARADISE BEACH (I.I'll /I rid u-alch ihli ipacf. TICKETS SI.OS REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS NEW BI NC.ALOW Known a* No 10. Blue Water*. and etandlns on approvimataly H.uBO aqunre laet ol land. con>Sllaaal three bed/o.im.. one with dretainf-roam and toilet and beta aliiched. combinatioii di-wln* and i,Him. acpa'.ite l.illet aiul b..th. modem kitchen, two aarvanta -V.11 I. II I II i piUira three bed'oom.. lare Lvins foom. dlnlns room, "wo i. iand bathone with tub lN.il. and hat and cold water, gallery Downitalra: three .pare i kitchen and ehowrr room, alandlns on approaln,..'. an ol band -.i-. H ll > Fssoa '" : Gabbea Beech Thla prepertv ha. beei, eatenaivrly tenovaled by lb* prearnt owner, and can be had for a very reaaonable price In*pt tlan by appolnlmcnl only niNdAl.ow l„.iH-n .ipbuarda na wei t..i.l*i. Thla proper t. l>..p..iai lealdentliil an iitiiii i.ii'V tin" bedroo iiuung weter. catnbtnatli a and dlnln room*. %  t-WOALOW Kluale In Rock lev New Road nmnndlng nuirnce>t %  •'" CohT Cu-i* .inooatriictetl to L.^eri, Bit. I.. nd ball. |i..„...tali.; Ben ant. i toilet and bath, i.nese %  UllUWll' tl. The pr^>i"I. al -nd. or. appro* lnialrl> If.aail w %  %  of land Bl SO ALOW Situate al Graeme H 1 Ten ace peel .'i.-LLiively dealg: rd. easv %  ni.n.a thiee bedroom* t Irving ro.ma. kitchen, vt raiutari te gbe weal and a nice pi ran Thr property el and* m% arproaln-tel. %  -• re 1 I \\ ins Top Rock C nmpi lalng dth In* tollel and bath, ajyare roam that tan be uaed aa a breakfaat room •>< .hiW.ei.. miiacry. living and BBBlnl """ 11 kitchen, toilet and bath wrth ho. andi cold w-ar. ^Mah Jo .he .ih andIS-" an (he north The SHgB entnpriMaer.a """ toll, i and h !" ih. and u*ge gar.-iar Innp.tlion by appointment only FABAOOM Sllue'f near Seawell Airport. %  rialng two if I Ith illacbed. Iw l—dn-'inwllh die-.inu I i, .ill ... iupb.iarda. toilet large open eeiandah ent Of hoiar ilh a lo.ei. i hancery Lai* Iteeen an DoarnaUlra: Entrance lobby i' | ..Till breekl.i reSBS. !-h*n. Unte alud;. and a ii pallo to the aoulh Ti p....t y aleo haa lenely ...iindV and a portion of arable ), IM I ....lamina l acee* ( loipMiaa By appointment only I OM SFBW4U COTTAOE A i..vel. citiage aUndlng on : ,00*1* perch of Und dtuaaa ,1 St Jame* Coa.l having It* own pi i vale bathirui beach, and nBai|""~f thrae badraami, wiui M -nd bath I.i main diawlna and dining ropean bath w llh l'i'" nlng .„!,. ,L.nary. worb.h.. K' Thl. Dinprrtv Soapir. : ciulls hair_ Halo glorifies It! HALO l.ov.i ,o. I.a.r wond. and aty tc HAIO mak.i b.l HALO SH AM POO SHIPPING NOTICES I V "MOHBKA" will irgo end Paeerngera (or Dominica. AnUgua. atonUer'aL NeA'll and SI Kltla. and Paaaengera oatl* for Bt Lucia, Balling Friday 3rd October. lBftl The K V -CAR1BBEE" will accept Cargo and Peaetnsera for %  '' Ne.:. BRd % %  Kltta. and Paaian%  eii only tor St Lucia. Selling %  start i llih October. ISftI B.WL ecd0!*rn oSH ASSOCIATION (INC I Caealgae*. Tele Na *a4T Canadian National Stiuimsliiirc HOI rBBtll SH i-.i. Bednay .nadlau ( ball*-|er I anadlan ( BBSSM s..I I HI."I Ml HI iHOS ar •A.F.S., F.V.A. FOR SALE nil. it ni.i..i. -i i mm NI i Reach property ft bedrooow. living %  %  d dining lyui... gaUer>. aarege B IM. n i.i.ANO. T HICHAM4 t. Mi 1O.0SO Ui IS.OOS aq fi %  0 Oct I) Oct. a* fto. ..,..—. .—.-....a.,..,,. %  • % %  • %  % %  FOR CITY CLERKS AND BUSINESS MEN OUR MONTHLY BREAKFAST SERVICE Is now Availaljc in addition to our Ki-sturanl (Upstairs) %  nd SnackeiUv Grill room and bar (downstairs). For Bates and PsaWI efttlnrj Phone 4?3u ARLINGTON MarhtU Str*Bt rhrf Mi FOSTER TAYLOR PAkl. In • fKIM. aoma. garage inn -I -I Hore> reaitlencc BBaSSSSN BSSBa if MODIBN Hill HI fiNg H1U->ig room I -i %  v. i si,... I K Overlooking ,!.c very bcaptil-l Bbi Men* Bay. 8t Peter SUndIng on approximately 4"e airea Of land bdVwaS -n r.ten.tvc orchard with apeciallv ae.ected fruit tree* Tri. houae cmpriae. three bedioem*. dining roam, living room, modern loiMa and b.itlia wllh hot and cold waftn Lara* verandah*. H-fn.i.r nntli.iildind* Including a NObUMIOt. Kttuaie in Ih* Oaartaan. B. Michael, coinpruing foubedHd *ml bath kitrheii allh bulll-in e..pbjnar.li verandah the whole l*i*tb a| It.e I, rakSbag The outbulldtoa* ^papruatwo aervanta rooms with L-at-i toilet and a garage l ii.L-.t.l. 1 1 1 M| REALTORS Limited TMKKK IS NO BETTER WAY TO SETTLE DISPUTES THAN OVER A BOTTLE OF . .1. II. T. SI'I ( I tl HI'N (With Lhr l.i.i.n, i... I I.....U. a Makr ThU Yuur F.vourilc BU'.id a It!.ml. .1 and ll....(l. .1 b> Jll\ l IVMOIt A sn\S I.T1I. Oial 43:t5 -;Kot-btick Strwt i.i -Mil M I r JAMEk i "I.i ,,.d l>eautlfully maintained proprrlv Drawing and .Lull's rooana, verandaha, -un deck. ft bedrooms, etc. Ml T\ t FFTBB Solid modern home with every convenience Lounge deck, sitting room. 3 bedroom* Bathing. %  Ol -. -i nrra i-.vahi, equipped home with lounge, dining >ootn. 4 bedroom*, double %  arage. all aeivicea N i.ltlHI BALL Recently %  houae Living; room, I l-cdPooma. garage, iaiin.ii. Genuine bargain SI HlliIM | i IAMI. %  acre*, la*, .tiling VtlllTI HAI 1 HIM.-Cimverted into 4 e/c BaU. MWlON LODGE. MAXWBLL Gaiter lea. drawing and dining edrouma. garage* MiM>t niitonrao-.ri.tT ST JAMI-.lone bungalow on i i .II i i,i '. t' mi i niK >" ...IE<3,. \\ t HI <, to notify our ( II-II.III.TN that a TOTAL Mil Mums of l'i.Supply will be necessary bejWMn IZ Noon and 3 p.m. on SUNDAY. 5TH OCTOBER, lo i n.ilil.essential, alterations to be carried out nn our Main HtKh Tension Switchboard. Further work will Innecessary on subsequent Sundnys and Consumers will be duly notified. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. V. SMITH. General Manager. ••• %  MX* VIIXA atlHA. FAkalAOF BOAB HI planned bungalow Of) 14.000 sq fl Dining .lltlng :c~.in. 3 bedrom*. oulhootee. -I tlOBT. r.UMI BAT. ST. JABuU Be-ntodelled 3 alorey houae with patio, lounge*. 3 bedroom., good beeeh frontaae niMiRsynE ST. MSIINII aione buniieinw with 3 bedrooma, lounge and dining room. Beach ii \( II PHOPEBTT. ST. LAWHI M( 4 bedrooma, living and rln ,nroom galterte*. Bandy beech EBTATl: HOt'SE. ST. IOSFPB —Spactau. S bedroom property with well wooded aroundi. I'AB.ti.ON Nr Beawell, Chr.d chinch atorey Country liiine with (.uiorainhseavlew .UU. li v ( ill MMT NOME. T JOHN—Rece'itlv built itone property with bedroom* and private tiled bath., patio, picture window*. Bt'NOAIOMT PINE HILL — Rtriuka-ly buUt houae Wllh 3 badrpora*. Private wooded around*. I Wll i Rear at NEW 1*1 AZ A --Approaimatelv SO.BSA tq (L ..ilnable building land with IS ft R of W to main mad. Ill 111, IM. LOTH ROCKLST— E.cellenl .He. adlolnlnd Oolf Club. I III NTIT Ml I V I ilKI-1 I HI Baflaf—aidi aeveml aitaa available. HI ILatlftG SITE. ST. LAW• IM I. Appro< IU.0O0 aq. fl on na.1 m developed area. nilLDISll StTES. I BBIST I HI Ml II Ml. •SB, SS. tl aWILaMNO SITES Overlooking St Jame*' Coaat HVRATHt I.IDI — InnjoalnB home with 4 aerea. 3 double bedroom*, epaeioua main rooma. DIRRAM WOKTHINO Be eluded .tone bungalow, i sedNBW Bt'NGALOW. WOBTBINO—Compact with S bedroom*. -.II.^I girdc-. M.m mad ST. JAMEShedi....".-. acre. Beach opnoille STONE BOISE A ANNtJUI. I antabrlle 2 liedroom* I nnaawr living room*. ( Ol SUV MOt'Sff. JAMS* At Ir act i. able old properly with charm. Modeml-ed. -i .-mi inn -i noki stone construction. 3 bed living and dining room*, dab good beech frontage. INI I Ill I Ii M ll-lll lit ea. Stone biiiidalow 3 *,'i~l N.Jiooow, living room, gailery. kght and TOBBIK. CATTLEWAS1 — Popular holiday home Soundly built with 3 bedroom*, lounae .•nd aallrrv %  AT BOISK. CATTLEWASB— Timber construction, eood order. S liedroom-. g.iod bething 'i acre UL.YEBTOY iBIArSIDI— 3 atorey atone houae. 4 bedroom*. tWlDMJ. CWEAMIBB—Bln%  le atorey houae. S minute* Town 11*11 -EH — flaetlnea Two %  mall propertiea .ll> BISB. IBB-S. .. %  BT. -omfort> llermud* I H .,,. r |.:l'Tl" inveitmenta. Suaar Eatalea. RenUla House and Katale leanaieiaant Properly Valuation and DllaplPlaaUtlens BBildln* PtaoBe 4



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I'M.I Ml III Sl'SM* ADVOCATE -i sun m fOBM [ I BA^AD^jA ADVOCATE (Ilr4 h, IS. *..-.!. Os.. LM. BlaM .. Hlll|tll Sunday. October 5. 1952 I ilur.ilion.il SainilY BAKBADOS spends it has been recently estimated SIO'j per head of population on 'hei l-i Hiah Cw Hihn territory. But whal n i his high expend;' Statistics of the Depart HUT ii 0. HUflaV bowi that 2.805 boys and girls left ftchoob durini* Uw period September i960 to August 1951 Of this number 823 are known to be unemployed while the fate of unknown. The majority of boys who found employment entered trades. Deeptti the fat' that no technical school exists in Barbados :i42 boys (an entire schoolfull) entered tradee. Almost as many boys, 329. entered •grieuUural employ mini during the same school year. But Barbados has no school which specialises in agricultural training. This is all the more surprising when it is realised that no parish in Barbados has less than seven schools. Barbados a predominantly agricultural community with %  very limited rapacity to absorb •'white-collar" workers has an educational system which is fitting large numbers of its pupils for unemployment and leaving the majority of those who find employment to learn trades alter they hav. left school. The tWOfbM elTert of this type of education is to make school-cluldr. a mediocre ability despise manual work and to make living costs rise because employe!.' are compelled to employ and pay minimum wages to individual, whose educational training has not equipped them for the jobs they obtain. To ignore the results of an educational system such as ours Is to penalise the next generation of Barbadians. This island simply cannot afford an educational system which dues nut give technical and agncu! turaV instruction priority over academic and refusal even to provide one te<> school is refusal to recognise the peril t Barbadian economy which is caused by th< prevalence of poorly trained technicians a' all levels. Of what avail to Barbados i. an educational system such as ours when of 1,622 boys leaving school in 1951. 681 found no employment. 329 went into agn culture, 147 into domestic service, 342 int trades and only 95 into business? Fron. these statistics an outsider might have ex peeled the 124 schools of Barbados to be divided into schools specialising in vocational and technical education, agriculture, domestic service and catering, and com merclal studies with a few academic" *ehool for the highly talented. Instead the whole educational system i geaied to the acquiring of certificates and a small number of valuable scholarships to Universities. While 2,805 boys and girls left school during 1951, 47 boys and girls obtained Cambridge school certificates, 7.'. boys were successful in the Oxford and Cambridge school certificate, while 36 boys and 7 girls were successful in the Hir.lui certificate. No doubt there is somethm; satisfactory in these scholastic %  ehlevfl ments but surely the economy of Barbados and its capacity to produce more to feed more people would havs bojnootod mor* if the 342 boys entering trades and the 330 entering agriculture had received QtrtUV cates qualifying them for such emplO) ment? It is customary when statistics such as these are introduced to reply that educa tion is not concerned wth training boyi and girls for employment. This theoretical objection has no application to a society in which the fruits of education cannot be enjoyed unless those who have enquire education know how to earn enough money U) subsist at minimum levels. How m.m\ or the 2,805 boys and girls leaving school in the year ended August 1951 can indeed be said to be educated in the highest Mil* 0, the word* True education like the brook In i he poem goes on for ever and is far more likely to ho obtained hy the individual who is equip I hy training to earn a Uvln thai b> the discontented "aeaden.u" product ot the Barbadian schools. Education in Barbados is not free It is paid for by the whole community, even though some pay far greater sums than others towards the maintenance of the schools. Simple persons believe that education of the academic type best fits their children to get on and become illustrious In this ad oi : and in fact the sucoau of many Barbadian lawyer* and professional men here and In many ether countries tends towards the enthronement of that belief. But a government cannot plead the excuse of a simple person and is fallin g hi its duty to the communitv when it abets an educational system which refuses to recognise that the talents nf human beings vary and that skill is trained and drawn out by technical vocational education common prosper itv is i nd '"' s "' Barbados will be acting in the interests of present and future tf Ihey break with the educational system of the past and adopt one suited to the nadj of an agricultural community in the tropics. I>ni4tir Servant* ACCORDING to the 1M6 census some i id a half thousand women were then employed in domestic service. Since then the numbers employed in domestic service will have increased, although the %  it of living will eventually lead to less domestic employment. Whatever the future ol domestic service m Barbados HI welfare of domestic servants OUghl to '"' receiving greater attention from the agencies which seek to improve the material and spiritual conditions of women. The reputation which the Y.W.C.A. gained in other countries for its good work among domestic servants is illustrated by the story which was told to the Editor of the World's Y.W.C.A. monthly. A fellow delegate at a meeting of church repeesW tatives said: "Oh. you represent the Y.W.C.A. Such a splendid organisation Our servant always used SO g" there on her night off." Smug us this remark might seem it is a pity that no one can say the same thing about the local Y W.C A. or for that matter about any other women's organisation in Barbados. There just is nowhere for the servant to go on her night oft*, except to the cinema, the dance hall fol „ walk along the streets. Some persons argue that nowhere is needed for domestic servants who have far too much to do at home to want to go to Y.W CA's or anywhere else. But however true this argument might be for some it is not true of all and the work of the Girls' Friendly the Girls' Industrial Union and the Y.W.C.A. would never have been initiated if such a negative approach to girls' welfare was taken by the founders of these worthy movements. Domestic servants need the attention of women's organisations more than any other branch Of Barbadian women today and until the smug remark made to the editor of the World's Y.W.C.A. monthly can be made ShOUl some women's organisations in Bardoa, enough will not have been done for domestic servants. Is it surprising that they look to sprees. menics. movies and hops for recreation when no door is open to welcome them to more cultural and spiritual atmospheres ? The Y W.C.A ought to be in the forefront of a movement to help domestic servants to a richer life. Skiing On The Fence A S the Arch Druid <-f Wile with lUCky dayv—Sunday, Mo-iday, Tu'sday Wednesday,* ThUTldy. Fndiy and Saturday the year rcund Laugh one oil I*. V *.l HHIVS hheld the poetry pnz< at • he National Eist?ddfod at AberyiAUES (March 22—April 20) twyth because none c* the poems Whatever you are i.'unJnnf of ubni.tted reached She required doing, for Pen's sake don't do t..ndard. perhaps he will consider lt Every move brings disaster luarding the stlvtr crow* and sven day* In bed might help US to roe for thfollowing:— But don -, m ofce You *ll le the houie on ere Wales u small hut does no* Itvk %  fee 1,-ilh biu ulVs. boy bach: lAI'ltl S (April >1 May M) fir*t I.lopd OffVfge did lht*n NIJC You W J|, (,,. s „ unpopular ih" Brvan week that only the threat <• 1'imallard a mial Var.ii capital punishment will prrv?' Where all TorU-t go to 'ell somebody murdering you. Don" Health Organization, that pvnsons Witt. >>h hwflL ,.h well, well, u-elL tempt Dcople too far. who are not in a suite of pby.ic-i \ and social well-being cannot be £"£ !" 0l *?~J! pto A J h ££T GMONI (May 22-June tW —*—' Bad week for buying, selling backing horses, travelling, stopping at home, standing up. -sitting down, hreathlng, eating, and elbow lifting Get B h.'3>notlst to put you into n trance until next Sunday Success storv Once again Dr (Jubbmv the Meet -street |> %  I % %  l>r iN-vitonil guiran. w. %  IIM ..f the LMIKIUSIOIIS of tha'Woil.i and Morpan C.rxffilhg, Jon**, Morgan. All 'ave music in thrir hones— Trtfor Jones and Harry Jones; All the Roberts*-* and Richards, All the u/itliariises and Prtrc'ujrds, ill l'' Evantet and flushes Are /'td.iiiar u-IIh (he musri. All (he buys and oirls of Wales Can sinp like bleated niohfmeelss, proud ihvy are. or proud Ihry tern O/ T ( ioun(ain and of mounrain it ream. Proud of (own* ihaf end in "og" And one that ends in "poppoa. two". Proud ihey ore when (hen announce it. Prouder if you can't pronounce if. TII understand, (hough, u il 1 -Feb IS), "f the seven black days ahead, it is hard to say which will be the blackest. A* the following .iCOHPIO (Oct. 24—N->v. Z2) wtek will be worse, try to look One af the differences belweer on the bright side. PISCES (Feb 20—March 21>: Your usual high spirit damped about Friday And again on Saturday By Sunday you will need all your alleged sense of humour When the war w -s over he w; i sent as o reporter round offices to aafc about the employment of exM Uliars But they nil thought he wanted % %  job himself, all thought he was the biggest fool tbey had ever seen, and all shouted curses -L him. What would have h-ippened if. instead of cursing Dr. QebblDa. these people had **nt him to I psychiatrist? The psychiatrist would havt you and a dog is that every dog thought him the biggest fool he has its day But you won't, had ever seen and certified him Try not to envy dogs as the As it is. DT Gubbms is able to terrible week drags on. earn a living being one ot tn I biggest fools the country has cv'i SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23—Dec 22) neen instead of being a burden Unlucky numbers— 1 to 1,000,on the taxpayer 000.000. Unlucky colours—ail —1..E.S. Us LESS IA\.I il IT was announced during the week that the Department of Highways and Transport had sunk 15 suck wells to reduce the lluoding ot water in the Constitution Hiver, but that they had been so arranged as not lo interfere with the water supply. No well had been sunk below a plane of 50 feet above sheet water level. The Government is to be commended for this step inasmuch as much of the blame for the condition of the Constitution area was laid at the door of the owner of the land and the Government. The tragedy of 1949 has not yet been forgotten and now that the Delamere Tenantry has been sold the public were left wondering whether the residents nf the district were to be left to the tender mercies of the flood Wftters which came down after the heavy ruins every year. Now il is known that the danger to Ufa and property has been reduced. Tinsiiguestion was not new but for m,HH years It was not accepted. It was even suggested in the past that suck wells should have been sunk in the outparishes where it was known thai water from the various gullies endangered small stock and poultry in various districts. Another suggestion was that catchments should have been made to prevent the prolonged rush of flood water from the higher districts. It would have meant that the water so stopped from its downward course to Bridgetown could then be channeled and used for purposes of irrigation on a small scale. is possible that the expense of carrying oul this suggestion has delayed its acceptance because no other legitimate answer has been advanced. Now that the wells have been sunk In this area and the danger lessened it is only fair that the Government should insist that the lands so occupied as tenantries Should be put and kept in proper older and the lowlands raised in order to afford proper public health administration. It cannot be claimed that the condition of the Constitution Swamp now glorified by the name of "River" and the surrmndIng aieas admit of proper cleaning and obedience to the rules of public health In the Legislature it has been suggested that the Swamp be canalised, but as this was suggested as an employment measure il was readily dismissed. It is more than that however. To canalise the swamp would release more land and would permit ;m easier and faster flow of flood water coming Croon St Thomas and St George ,i Watsjrford and the Gully HouM Tha %  edirnant and the debris could be easily removed at various spots before it reaches the Rivet bad and the inner wharf causing reater expanM for dredginr. It is to he hoped that the sinking of these walls is but the first step in a series of which will improve the entire area. Whither Bnshe Rule? THERE are two major i.-pedi-_-_ -, __ 'cabinet" administration in Barments to Barbadian progress toJ %  § % USSOrge IIUBile bados. day. untidy political admiiustra-* A. a corolUryol an OBM and tlon and the lack of confluence during normal working hours. If tecretary the Prime Minister which Barbadians of substance the House began its deliberation* much to be relieved of fln i nci S t feel in the island's future. during the morning members worries and of the need of augThe second is the more serious would be able to discuss affairs mvnting hi* modest receipts from but largely stems from the flrst. of vital importance to the comthe Treasury. If parliamentary Clearly then priority must be munity with untired minds. In government Is to succeed in Bariiven to improving the imclency addition the reporters would, bade*, the Prime Minister will A political administration or else Inrough working normal hours, have l0 ^ poi^ „ sa |ary comIhc lack of confidence which now %  egard the Public Buildings as an mcnsurall w(lh his status. ladi distinguishes a small number of "nice and not as a place in which Having the wealthy will spread down"> tKc notes and then go home Bovernm l J n t on the British model 3f.-j-s Kay ssis&rs SSS^JSJSSS^X san& •ASM & -s^l* ""^SS^iS. c n %  ** Pf ~ n 'island', inhabitant* would be repPPrtumty Whe duced into Barbados It was In_, ** -tut the people have, no — — .: —-..?r n.; **:= ,, to read their MH-W-IU-* practice of the pollUcal leader of wui > inii*mi.n which „r,,,.;£T" '.'".'';. '"'H^''"" "!Z Idea, of parliamentary fovwni„ uJ'"oLt"hur'w l hle r h*SS "''^.fmcirVhv.i; IheeiietoJ.^an-"''"!. There are bound to be The lull benefit. "' "• % %  %  "'?? lhclr .'"P"* !" ""'"" !" "adult .ufhen the interest, ol their representative.' "views. • Trade Union are not the lnMaklne slight improvement, on terests of the government and toS? tT.M. t?K iKSi. S P""" 1 W !" <* 'epong Impartiality II impo..lble where StSlv are basil nnls^nU !bi ""' '" "' UWe The th/leader of the political party ental oari'h baabTInstead S nn whote """" mu • "hollahed in power is aUo the chief execu.Jnpiliuolt b.. "W n cmclc 1 """' '>>m"L live of the Union. Under the praent system .,' •, .. „_ The modernising of the political hereby 3 5 per cent of the "*Y "" made ""' "ou repre,dminlrtratlon In Barbados along land', ill etas ail voter, in th. aenUUve on a population a. he , linn will have two imporJn" h ..' S A, iti !" "elJrn "PP""" '" %  "4 !" ba, ls alul ,,,„ ,,,„,... T „, B. r.-.,r,.v will S "ime numli? a? rcriesjnta" 111vlr "' %  r "*cd for report, of the c „ me „„der the political control Tthe""u" of A^SrS, a, * %  * d „" a,M J? ft BL& "' P-rty,with a majority in the M.I per cent of the islands fble durtng the week of delivery lh House of Aswrnbly and the egistered vnlers who live in St "'^ ,MUO J^ Ministerial status has r „i e „f ihe Governor will be Michael the purpose of adult sufl0 .^ 0 ,a c T d „ ., chaneed. I. rt..rJiJi^ Mr, Adams is virtually to-day rjs — o-,— ..._,-„ .,, Barbadot but ~f Barbados I. to have demonL rill ult fr, the the vestrv system the tcpresenta-fc ,lnw ca parliament lives of the parish !" in the llouat'menl which is based Mr. Adai fore adding tn the cminl, siPrime Minlstei ^. lie. of l,*i,l nnrrnment whli h he ""d Ue three other ministers cratle government the powers of Z Iitlou o • mirurtera without any officer the Governor must be .bolUhod can parliamentary governand the Governor will tecomr I rhlch la based on tha Britrepresentative or an ambassador ,f Assembly ouaht to introduce '*" Cabinet system function if the of the Crown. gallon to make the biSSuof mlnljter. have n„ offices and keep Whether those non-llartadtans adult .uffr.ge available to the "o office hour. who foisted the Bushe expen, community. Thi. QueBion need, no uuwerThat 1. the firt tug which mull ing beciuaa u:,i.Sar' adml'mrio^ y u n fo be Ada !" 1."...,"Trim Birbadoa^ll loiic.routcome of the Bushe exntoe2 duly |Q go under y^ n1mP e.lucallonal; and this is what 1 doing same. of ST MICHAEL, th.rejsons ,,1 h.ve lo My on Ihe matter Though first, and very important, the) „, ur „ ar( „„„ v he may be a Journalist with many should be disciplined moruiy. Firstly, as Ml. Talma rightly se.,,.' experience, the writer is Perhaps this may appear to be a „p,r.t,ng this part of the nS uualified in un) reapect tc mammoth ak. but It is iiot |sh wi|| „„„,„,, llo no d „., write on matters educational R*laU"" houl,l be introduced fa|| „, „ h< rh|rt mon „ „ Uci ., not even on the making of aporbiddliig teaehers to appear ucn lh( hotpl , HSSIIM,„i„lment> So much far that. before the public eye unkempt. lhc Roynl ThMl „ te wlH ,„. . indecently claded andln the com„ kcn . nd ,„ mma Rock cy Now. to make a few okaeivapny of rowdy aasemblirs. ^^n „,, 0 ,,, w ,i hdrawn lion, nn Ihe educational set up thai 1 hoped would have been Secondly, their Jobs and remunThe other reason that 1 will state forthcoming l 0,, g ng 0 There are eration should hang (to a large is from the moral sloe and ,,f some senior assistants and other extent! on the nurr'jer or |>ercourse, all Ihe other inhabitant I Is of the leaching tratereentage of "success,." they ( hat were bnrn and i„ in. 1 i, kadaisical die-hards who produce and this should be dona chxlsl Church, will agree with I-..,., il., ycrs v.,ir,i of reform and by a yearly check un or even me After living in a parish like they arc certainly doing their half yearly. This will e iiise snme Chri-sa Church all o.ir live ,sl to make ythecs likeof them to slop counting the we sit down and watch our ,|ewlw This group, Inrough purely minute. Ihey spend In school and lightful parish be lacked on to St .elfish reasons adopted certain give the government a fair return Michael' Of cours". il can'l be, pollUcal parties with the hope of of work for the money they reand I only hope thai Mr I furthering themselves even at ceive. Some have intimated to and Mr Crawford along yy.tli the expense of qualified personnel, rie that the curriculum is over me members of the HOu They welcomed (with a certain laden and call, for much w-c,k Assembly will not let the part of idea uppermost! Ihell removal after school hours from the staff; Christ Church from Rendetvous from beneath the hands of the other. h.ve Informed me that down be Joined lo St. Michael. Clergy ,1c. chicf.y because their any willing person can have the JULIUS CAESAIt SAIL STELLA Sail Shirts are T dfsigncd in Bluf, Crty and Lfion price $1.77 GOLF i mil. IN and see th.line SHOKS with Crepe or Leather Soles In Calf 1.* %  %  11!i* %  i. :i iand Buckle Fastening, our MF.NS GOLF SHOKS will help knock off a stroke a hole! Da Costa & Co., Ltd. JjdA 9(ju/uuf!! U)B can't afgjoJvd io MUM a SJOM S/vaid Codded! (pwdij



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-I M>u OCTOBEB S, iw.-.J M ND iY ADVOC'ATR i %  i rwiEJ !7 rut: avau: The Age of Chivalry By ft B. THE brilliant screen version of Sir Waller Scott's famous historical romance, IVAN Hot: Las luund its way to Barbados in double-quirk time and is now showing at Ihe Globe Theatre. 1 am well aware that there are bound to be differences of opinion and of individual reactions to an historical Mini of this kind, bin neverthalats, H is %  truly magnificent production in which 12th century manners and customs, modes of thought and patterns of living are brilhantlv recreated with infinite attention to detail. Gardening Hints Farm And Garden ECZEMA For Amateurs October i*. Seed-box Time It'* hardly beJiev-ble. but here Is October back round ait in. and oner more we must begin to loo* over those seexl-boxe>. with J VI. w t.. getting UH-I.I In order lu. seed planting in November. Thome gardenere who no Ui tor annual*, will begin looking at fascinating seed-catalogue*, making • hili indulging In dav-dreunit ..-. 1.1 liuu loveh lh< Burden %  look next year. il 1m the %  main plot concerns ,lhe gri UU rtOCjr, make lb valiant cruude of Sir WiUn.l ... .1 nl entertainment Ivanhoe to liberate his Mine, grand all— Hhhartl I of England who is held captive In Ainttrto, and t.. thwart Hkl AKNIROl t.ll the conspiracy of Prince John to uiurp the throne of hi s brother. La; week I >..w a picture Dial struck nte a* being definitely one The action is spectacular u the better war Hints. throughout,'. beginnlnK with Uie liUKAK THROUGH and jousting in ihe li't.-. when The playing .it the I'Ufa* challenging knight attempts to With i strong cast unhorse hi*, opponent by rhargLMVtd Brian, John It is not %  i>um %  %  i..; .. Novaanher. rome people • m.s i> too earn,. ana I .1 i;. ,.u.L-i.. aanu.nj t>: i.n, r.i>tuui>. -• % %  -.. .. i. i;.u : lUU. Well, no tula tai. U laid down about ii, tor it u> one o, LOOM.* It" was i*"" utl U'*—I* 1 "" wii.u. must uc Q^llDIWUN inuAiuuauy lo tin lla> I *,? % %  .? %  !* *" i ." : m ; headed by Agai and By AGRICOLA Plti HEARING IT has long been recognize*! that no faun animal equal* m turning food quickly in?.' meat Are we puttin ; this [C1 to sufficient use in lbr>. difficult times. U I is no doubt Uiat the hog Is ..nnomieal meat pro ducin*; animal that the formes or even tl.. Uofortiin#*ly, inniur) outhorH be unneceeaartty hard on pig banfatrs; brato, U is not UM fault of the piK it 11 li aUowed to Mcial under aqua i j omditmns m ( ^ ( y lM Iu J to „„,,. ......, %  %  %  pig about than to bt on. to ,.nu.umc umtuuketable S i anaed fo.*i boa p kitchen. POULTRY NOTES Vov Can Stop Burning fir,let Jen Qvickly lustafcwdraptoin D i> rtcictipilun tpal ihe i-jJ pi*..F.-'l how (OBipi^tiv ibe tiisaavana 1 %  %  Ui lli' pu*riful •ctnm of %  htiiouUunt.huliaf'S^bid i -4in. H ijh.l or bkllinli U DJD.U p t—sn pn aa All m.al^dbk I aU OIMB ul "* Spott Pimpfcv. gad 1 i*J. Impetigo. I>crauut:>. Cul. Binn m Staid* Kp fcilc M HK homr. t> .1 Pr clanuatt rrarysrhcrc. -rk... c/i rvomen choose TMI: tUs* aU i be • %  thi ttnii .own. uoxes ii.u.-l US IS'I'P* I liaiio lo Uiis job :.iKi IgflJP. I htllc tun< %  tart getuiifc mp down the lists armed with a IVanfc l>>*'".•; i dramatic, sharply pointed tilt. Then there,... Uatk wfti P"turci U4 JU ^ Is the memorable scene of I h*told In s mi -documentary style! Inuil reuay storming of TutqulUtone Castle by with Army mm sequences Inihe Saxons, at mad with their rtOd to great effect. Scd-boxer> sbouid nevci be big bows and, arrows, who overcome .clumsy uu.g* ui-. BMHbin %  thr Normans, albeit the latter The plot concern'Uu trauung 1 ol inouiu lo OU uicin. DepUi i> Jiav c the advantage of such of .in rtmciican lnlaiilry platoon, unnece>ai>, Mi uie >..wtt weapons a s the cross-bow, sind lollowed by its participation in, roots an tanj i hurl tons of rocks over the walls the Normandy landings the deadly u. BUM -uini.i %  aaas an of th.castle on their adverbattle of the hedgerows, as tho, that wnen *owi. in.j -i.• s pniiK.e.. saries. And tinally, there is the c.Ts literally "crawl" across too on IM HHriac* go toe wbow deadly duel (ought with i spiked country, and the unal capture of ol the suil ui HM box itavailaol* mace and JII axo, between St. Lo. lot Ma rotMB. DeBois-Cuilberi and tvanhoe Tne bust type oi .*eed-bok .. that leaves one breathlessly There is no mawkish scnlilight box measuting about lour wondering how anyone survived mentality in this tUm, and tha Inches Oatp oy 12 uicii'^s wioe u, this type of combat. men of the platoon are charac24 Inches nog. Boon terlsed so th.i*. we know them u w tdvantaaa ot loqssVti Complex (haractcrizauons are w ,n—thcu hopes and fears, toygowil tmouni U pofl to till H, MMi not expected In such a fUro and jines and friaodahlps and their a| being oastlj Ua n dlaO. It ••the majority < ( f the charactem are reaction, under the emotional often necessary to ruov. real and ecca 1 who we \\ hidden (David Brian) and a Ibxoatam. In all %  though Jews and treated ..s ti; ,nu-wi^c sergeant (Frank Love-. clC} the small '' I sourn lntldeU. give ail ransom Richard; Ivanhoe's father the Normans; Viciousnoss of Pr tremp anti-semitism orders his court tbaj Have to toy), w uh the latter as moderai,, u u aa*U> h mud the hatred of lor w h U scidor oUiceis. have. The small seed-Uox U Sir Cedrlc Tor 'r ne acting is ot a higli standard d | fcW a decided BdvaOUja when the cunnins throughout, as are production the ume comes t.. pl.mi out Ilia ,ce Jobn*s exvalues and photography. Realistic coedluigs lor the box OBO be laken when he Qiaiogue and martial music boih| ( 0 the aarnssTi bad. and UM pnoounce lua ,( t their separate eonirlbutioiis j lings lifted and planted one at Rebecca n witch, and the archw u dramatic VlllaiQJ of DeBois-tiiiiU*!-!. who ptomises freedom for hanhoe's father on condition that the %  .iiiendeis—atid than (mSlr t'edruui the •ftf nlin. JKKSKY JOlt: vs. KOCKY MAKCIANO & TARZAN draw Thcast if probably most notable ever of the bled, Ume. so sufleriiiK less hardship and shock than il they had ail lo be taken ui>. put m %  basket and then wait their turn to be plnnted ,out. The big draw at the Plaza,] The tafl (or BUtofl the fc eedjindgctowii Is the Hint of tho boxes should be u mixture ol woild heavyweight cliampiouship garden mould. DM ODai AgjM between Jersey Joa Waicoti B i,uiredMiiiiu.tiiiR) kotBOa honouis going to the Ipen rounds aie ghown in daUll.!should be mixed l Ug aMiai Bad men. As hrBStboa, Robert Taylor ^^ ()[)lv fr()in rmgsi de, but from Bjfted making a line light and ronvinniihb I""' ay. the id'-;d., ||n 1|H> .,, .. ., t .i t blow-by-' 1>orou mixture foi the lixes. tn.d Imbue the young knight. lllow w ,ih the lluai knock-out asl After a layer of sinmhas been Joan fAwitaiiie plays Rowena. his U(ill „ w blmv nill floored' put „, n,e bottom of the box's faithful sweetheart, and though Marci4in „ m the lUsl round. In thcy should be filled with this she is an excellent actress I sun fXQW niolloll Its „ good light and m i X t„re. Allow i! to settle and had the impression thai she waa certainly won't want to miss „.„,, nU up again. of the 2'Hh century, ulthough her eoatoM denoted the 12lh cen" i Shelter of aonie kuid should b tury Th,same is true-but to a Th e feature film is TARZAN'S provided lor the seed-boxes, lor <<.,: degree of Elizabeth TaySAVAGE FURY in which the|after planting il Is dish... lor. who is warmly appealing us i u lS le BUBO had adventures to have Uie seeds washed away. Rebecca, the exquisil" beauty galore. The story revolve* around or seedlings beaten down by a doomed to sorrow. The supporting two English crooks who persuade sudden shower. cast contains such names at FinTarxan to lead them lo the danIf there is no open shed or ley Currie as the gruff but g.rou* Wasun tribe, who uso a verandah available under which cmdlv Sir Cdiu. Kn lyn Willifortune in cut and uncut dlato put the seed-boxes, shelter am* as the fester Wainba. Felix m ondii for their various ceremu-l be rigged up on the boxes Aylmcr as Isaac the Jew and monies. Charging rhinos, a black [themselves. This is done by iisd%  loM trancing of trying Mca litter. I was delighted discovered that he w. contemplating Og me~ Basse in an open rui: beta I would b e soaked through and i aceaaa smelly and would also be a "f damp to his pullets. The purpose ol lillei In .. Uyinc pe is to insulate the ban from now therefore never put litter in tn pan, bin ottbj a dry ao* closed pern put in dean 1Mb i when >u plane your puUeta la ihe beuai .-ii yi.u natd to do la to keep adding Idler everv three oi : 'in Awk l.M.-pt for the dropping pens and any parti Sfmek %  i aeomc net, there I m lean the litter more than one rar. But you n the taohowl in m litter ttoe not becOTOf lllgMai down or caked on to the ffrun Especially asnaad feed hagB^an %  and wao | m BUISI a"ii lake care and folk the UttBf up wet litter Hcmm. it ., It is penny wis.. poui u. spend money on good barcU. and gil feed and then It potential money oarnei '.hrough bad sanllaUon, If you are gt>ing to for iMiuHry-kcep.il,; the scicntiiic way you cannot afford to Ignore bask farts The ocd) way to make poultr) kei pJ to follow a carefully loo plan Fortunately you don i bavg U) Ihn.k this plan Out for .wursclf. You just have to follow the advi.c which icontained ID taaaa • ..il will 1^. i || many of tin njtfaus which beset the Bioatem UM is %  da Ceorge Sanders and Robert punt an-eatlng ocodilcs and .big a short upright stick to each Douglas, the screen's two master irate hippos all make the safari corner of the box and placing a villains, as DeBois-Gutlbert and ,, pretty dangerous affair, but cover on top of ihe four sticks, nil companion In wickedness, Tarxan manages lo get the party thus forming a roof over th' Sir Hugh de Bracy. Last, but through, only lo have the crooks seedlings heads *. rule the side; never least. England's tine actor, reveal their true colours, whereare still quite open. 1 his. cover Norman Wooland as Richard the upon he outwits them and saves U not kept on all the time, but la Lion Hearted, whose spOctaculai the diamonds. put on at the ilrst sign of rain, entrance at 'he end of the film is and token off again when the the focul point of ;i brilliant, Lex Barker. Dorothy Hale and weat h Pr dears. It is wise too to colourful pugeamrv scene. Pt'ic Knowle s head the cast cover thc „<„ ^ tun-down Is with youngT^my Oo-letoiiasa lcase of rain dunn g h( nighi^ ; mvr ,„ ulvit ., |ot of un ^ M§mry Outstanding photography. anew jungle boy. larzan oeiier %  rf mem ber to take the cover oT .i^,,,,^ |, v adopting It. But don'I highly effective musical score look to his laurels in about ten n lh( n OI un(( j the weather U i ol i t g& we t or matted and if it and fine acting, together with a yeais time! ^ Ine. flVMB take It It is true that conditions in Barbados are not ihe lan > .. coodlUons in other countries where nearch work mtoi poultry ke-pin^ is carried on. and for this reason thc advice of the local vet ought to he asked whenever you feel in need of ittCfl advice. But don't II ten to thc uie? of those who ha< bull' up then knowledge of poultry keeping by refusing to tollow .HI. udvice but Ihelr own You call keep ordinary hens like that but if you spend money on good breed birds, good feed, good sanitation and uoud management rimi'l listen to the amateur He ma> lie right but Ihe chances are thai he doesn't know because he i> prouu to seek information f ooi the right aourca. I am hunimering home this point because all of us in Uu bados suffer from this "know-all" bump We just cannot believe that we were not horn with f. ctllUgf Which make poultry kaeping come as naturally to us as lifting i>ur elbow*. So we have to be reminded by our nu.slukes thai we dont know quite as much as we i thought we did. I Megasse is an excellent litter 'the best there is for insulatuiK floors in Barbados and you will with meat prices a i* ell-kept pi ; much an Basel aBBJ asni i tit anuud, ea pa c to l l} undei oi lanlc condition to continue Trie ton > Is fully ju-titled hi relat |. ag n k thei-.f..i the fai IT'*, business to see thai, by aarvful managemenl. this characi itn.niitained at a hiah mv %  if tinKiv.it.-.! and '"" in able waifM gains are to ho re. aed par unit uf food eunsun-ed. This is of parliculai aT) .. .iiin.ilaie bB to | i. **d to. nuvket. With beeed U^i stock, wlnlr the BSaig object is sv'l'> to ni-.nii.un animals to a JtoaJ hjr and thrifty conditioi feed an.i atfnBjanwnt inual la in eted Bfalnal B tondancy t" Lit'. The treatment of Ihe hrecii-ng animal will, therefore wan t n that of one primarily! tor ilaughtar, Kxpi'i need laiiiuis know ill.'' I if Bread tag sows are all bocoir.e too f.ii. they may fail U baaed ragul-.riy. Uulit""*, ar likely to be small !,, 4 (he oh). I VMW, iiioi. uiituui |0 liuUiiUi While mttatUog hog mi eoj B %  ..i ,. ba I'.i ..>i..-i.i'i.^'i. of stai.ii> food, includuiK corn, ih, breading ai I be allow tei measure of frcedun. xcrcua i ..1 a i en %  pnppiemenUi ( ratio rich in protein and mineral ingredients. These two i Ian %  vci' much needed In & Bhto .*tnmil.ite the null Ma wUhii is fuitlui assiated by i ratal hHi i. ,i lackote to be turned paatum the) I i( . I!.. thgan Iroao dBaaagtasj ihe rooi Ive looimg. An idnBl ..., %  ., .., ihe .... ony house and paddock gyatotn 'II.. mveiiient houses are so • i hey can ba th. vani itad (si Baaanttal for pK 1 at BII limes) and moved around' ddock to iwddiN-k lo pel %  io i. •eetoMbai n nil %  i %  ti. irsBtotanaaea of propaj sanitation Hreeding animals so roanaged adJl kaap in bettej health in i, % %  %  Iran \^ ; ... | pj l-ii,| | too limled for this method, the oil i SVlrtem Bliould I* pi... tired That is to say green fodder should b> tul and) fed—tornae BUdl tops, ( %  uatetnala or Para grasm_are DDD PRESCRIPTION KKK.I' COOL kill' t'KKSII nsr PBAGSANT Dw'i LIMACOL ffOntaVff StAP The Suap that leavusi you eli'aii. fresh and cool in ;iny wtdtbaT. Gord '• %  | Suaerta] antosBSsI aanaa) *• Ami have* ifcnglilfli nsgnsM I ui tlkul'-^ lo dan* all oUniiniev J aed ia .u .i. Pan ^a giatr *• very murh i-ellsfied. aa well as black-eye |ieu vines an other legumes. Green food par eanaUanas is hmuahad bv the (•Unit k en .^ I'I nineon. of the richcM m protein of tin %  nee to be founl In these i not eomnmn BQ thli. toland We write f'm • .dr., Of this wolideiiui plant on the milk Don of U,U p g: in I dairy cattle. Youni! chickens U> lOvOUl it freely when cut add hung in hunches wheie they can Jump for it. Uotortun.iriv. it dom not thrive andei vary dry londitioiis and i. %  : ; • establishment. Btocn-ownei ol ,11 classes should make lance f tin uaaful .. %  i plant bni i ,..-.. srho %  ". %  ,,. i ii then yards. The Department of Agriculture O the Civic Circle could. DO doubt, IK> able |0 hell, Opening Oet(*er A new Fabric Shop In tho heart ol the shop pi n u centra. An international stock oi Silks, Linens. Taffetas. Nylons and Cot tone I nfjlish IttmIi. Sn-iss in nl # a a ml in a nnatvrialm SHOPPING AT SAHELY'S new Broad Street Store will delight you il only because you will Invariably lind what you want I Get. Sahely & Co. fin) Ltd. i LADYLAC PAINTS I.ANCASTREUM 6 ft. wide It $1.40 ..ml 27 inn. wide r u 53c per yd/ BARBADOS CO-OP. COTTON FA CTOB Y fTO. m m A WIDE RANGE OF LOVELY PATTERNS TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME CONGOLEUM SQUARES 3 YARDS X 4 YARDS 3 YARDS X 3i YARDS 3 YARDS X 3 YARDS 2 YARDS X 3 YARDS 2 YARDS X 2i YARDS CONGOLEUM-BY THE YARD 9 FT., 6 FT., 3 FT. AND 27 INS. WIDE ALSO FELT BASE THE CORNER STORE



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•., VIIVS i.< I..m, SUVDA\ AOVOCATK r\c.r SINE KiM.tt.-or uir >i:\ Sv M.V AIK Milt) READ AND ANNE BONNEY The People Of Barbados (XXVI) nd Anne Bonnay men who %  i Alwida, daughter of (• t followed %  I .n,i Mary p/otMfi "who ..KhJ life was rathat eurteui 8ha was en English K'H arhOBB mother had married a tailor when she u very young. Unloctunala A y fur Mra. 11 -* 4 %  %  avar a few rh to a boy. and %  the tound Bansau asp i other addition to her t.. %  hnme and went to %  place in the Hal boy died bom. In I---" country until Mjry was about Old All II;. hud. MSB % %  %  M> as to her %  %  %  .. know thai Ibt boj bad died. Her plan was • lute *i girl Child ->f gOOlhar man for her husband's baby, no that she could return home. well |o to visit hat Baa dit-ssed Mary in boy's clothes, coache.i hM to act as a boy and then lefi Dor llM -In-law was comS i • lay in her house %  l only too ptoaied to accept the crown %  was* WnfcO the gof-i tor Mai.Vs support m *•"** In a %  This doeopUon continmd until %  TWidroother then the girl, of I agreed to contlnu She got a Job .• a fool • I >•• : nlisted tn the Royal Navy. Fir*I Love She left the Navy soon, how| tnUstod In %  foot regimen! in Flanders us o cadet. ., promotion after many knar? left thai %  of horse Occupying the same tent With her in this rOtfment WBa a handsome Dutch youth, and %  rlthoul di til Marj fell violently in love with him. Her paatio torbing that her comrades thought her mad and she was in danger of being i' ed from the : t %  %  V last, in her eratinn *e revealed to the astonished Lad that -.he wai n married. I % %  gland with her husband and Ihey set up a lavorn called the Threi •GENTRY" %  the niri-oe ^ .arn. %  Swi't K .. t I fi m %  Ml NOtt h*Vf t I I4nd Of "ins The OWM Bl :\l M willed here were OOHMt %  *•< tp n,en i>( imp-inance in WO O d| *. tad aannj of %  %  in*.'ir fortunes out of the *nt IMWtty. A Mellenl OOOOnptlot etorly aetUoRMI I given by Bdmuad Burfca in hi An rwcoani of %  !>< %  %  araatoi ^attlMnenu m A * J1W\ PRIM \l \ 9ttUo I ... | In well worti %  n BrMao in those da inltal lie %  %  1 H ui.iiifiiLK lag 'Hi Mas •< the i tftdga w tu. h i i : ion and %  •' • -.HIJ. ed over the rhrtl <>f th* Of the port, ho Is am \' About this time the governpressed as he ratal* i hith was tan Uj then in the hands of Cromwell. trk of thv town Bui %  %  i Kerbados all <>( ihi* the di 'inther country; before, and prosperous place Lig been named altogether that there was an Exrhann iv the Datct r he -igour exwin-re the morehanb • *he roval partv. Dutch nnd British alike. evaral gaaUi— n oi inolhti ami .m a sB c t thai HMd tamtUai to settle In i<>" business. ,ind ( -*p %  this Island, which was far from buy BBd sell sugnr — both whin being peopled like some other an" muscovados — fusii. IgtUvM and perfinirer. lOM i perate *\ home After mdig.. which wer.ih. produce of %  r %  continued !" colony. Also rueJ MM bj very hasty "' %  '' '"'l'" Not long -iter the res^e Matte of th. n,..k.. created I,l,h '""'''""'•l %  "'>""^ ">'" nets ,„.,,.,Me gr„' ''''%  ; .1—„t IK.. ImUmA -..., ..f •. Ilm^'ies gnd WOOlOni au kiiuts. swords and shoeuown %  i ar On the method i>f Ir.Mle and lh ufToae) u %  that >' earliest historian of this iSStUSUSf? ml "' %  %  onto i'f ft WOrth '•'" thousand .i year, and none quo thousand." Th.tunes he bsniight to tlie island b> of iels that had been ttuding witl a ml ^ much in tna ^ na(| English sailor on board, was Imde4etted her hu>btnd pressed into the pirates service and then the Dutch ship was allowed to sail a^.i> sssssrva For many months Mary lived ___.;, the life of a pirate, so effectively demonstrating the manly qualities of hardihood and courage that none of her comrades suspected gX However, wh announced that a Koyal Pardon would bo glvan m ai>y pirates who **• Noticing this. Jack Rackam gava up then unlawful pursuits became very Jealous, and when she decided to retire to an inAn [> p e nlua l > r J d^red h r lint desires. Mary had no allernative .,„. but to lei) her the truth. After sliinds. But her i h > J hc two women were firm he had to put it lug — When the T>. ed here, thev (bund Uvt pla the must s;iv.n!e .uni that can well te Imag had net lin* Issst >|'|"\iiir< of iaear barVu | ovan by savages. Tl i no kind of bssasti of i astun lot pray, DO fi|iit. DO (i l v,i ai ti„. eilmato > s lio-wi. a^irt the Mill fertile, some gentlemen of small fortunes In England resolvM in Island is Uuhard Ugon. who baeatna adventurers thither. Itad km* a4tbln twu dacad Bui the fii-st plaati id,. only the utter deaolateness ot Instanres of the hospitality of the m the plaes.an d iheejfi ls htn Hm flvw nn account S t.JtV.ii S, ^ n X h %  r provwions t,> struggle wlm . Iu hogpitalHj of Colonel gjui hut the irees wan so large, of M ,„ n i,, v WsTromf v.ho then reh0 v L U it u TP&2 hal ,! 1 Bnd f ,ubborn wd %  I '. ik. mow HoiKujSrteawai . s ... ?2? d t tf l or -^ M *-E?r t branehs.,.. bo ag .elate,, that the 't'^ "^.f,; ,. : ," ;ill ',„,,. that thryproeeeded In the clear, ,,, ((Tl ,.| ^1,4 a GenUeman that v Uui K to sell th • rernSrUnj V ', I. ^ , ^i ' "'"' pl, nI> '" En "'eive goods In exchange" on) Wniry pa rtonc a. And \.„„,,-onid not spend all his time even when they hn,t tolerably n ,,„. pursuit of riches and forT^ e cleaK,i some rittlo ^uot, the M .,11 thai aa had b*Ji accusOne themselves to then | first prod ueIt /Mlded for the l,, Wh „, h( pn tertalncd it Uons at Barbados alo %  • t^i avt-n sul>slsienee was s. small and „ as HS lavish as the Island could where is recorded their realou i.rdinao. at the same lime thatt afford, for he would 'have hla untrlotlsm and theli high their supplies from England tabip we) | rurnished with all sorts adventure and desire to colonla were m slow and precarious. „f -,^^1 meat the Land and Sea "iber places which existed at tin that nothing; but the noblest afforded and as freely bid his period and has continued 1 courage, srid rlrmnass which friends welcome to it" through the oanturtai Tin* sph cannot receive too many praises t it true that Ligon received %  '"" imbibed In the eoloure. could have carr ed them through mtTXY tavaan at the hands of the race fw lhere u hardly a Barba the disrouragajramu which thev w „i rnn j faiIu i v -n a m nv ha ve %  " no nn not " l Hn •'"• %,u *. fr-fr* 2l85L*SS.J" ,hn '** bla-5flJ IhrTr f?"iur Z fr *his little Island Th. Island of Providence for Rackam. and wherever he signed on she npanied him in ; clothcThe stage was now set for a comedy. Attracted by Mary's fair skin and good looks Anne paid a great deal of attention to her and tried to attract her in many 5fS? a ^*J* I, J _?f. r !. 0 k '" %  bj ..visitor to the Island not more the capture tlai obe. But by degrees thlht] were mollified; svpit ..: the xius yielded f.'' a>h Jamalcj %  %  1 the Island not more lecade after Ugon'a vUit. **££* 11 ,T V^'' for they could obtain land 1 vaster area and chaapat than tho gentry better i^ m ^ u_? y yff*i^ EnK ; h"" ( '' a,ul '"corded Uiat th. land answered lolarabl/ and ( r u a rbados lived the count,. .dually t U .,', H lay aside Its sr snd to submit enlarte their hoMlDgS. BBd bj servants who had nil their time. There Is hardly a HUI hiaouailT IU •1,1111 lh,.ir "nnnli-tunO I. ,, "•' wiriiI nnr ii> i..iena ..• S2S CJSf 2S2Snf J5" i.-"i'id Fi in .1. 1 PX "These good ip|>ear.inces in ncrica, and the storm whirl vd by the gentry of liarbafor they owned from months she lived on one West Indl money ran out so to sea again, signing on on the ship some lime after bvgan to gathei %  Utdptd M Ihree huudretl of thas) ANKE BONNEY friend: Just about this time there was .1 mutiny on board the ship, the pirates overcoming the honest sailors and then electing Jack Rackam to be captain iu place of Rogers. For several weeks the pirates sailed in search of prey and at last they raptured a merchant ship. Among tho survivors was a -young navigator who attracted Mary's attention first when she saw him signing the articles. Her passion soon became so pronounced that she decided to reveal to the navigator that she was a woman, and they be0 came lovers, One day the navigator had a Vtolant quarrel with another n ambtr of the crew and the two men agreed to fight a duel whenever land was reached. Soon they %  chorr I 'iff .in island and Mary, discovering about the proposed duel and terrified of losing her lover, succeeded In picking a quarrel with the pirate and arranged for a duel to be fought the next morning, two hours earlier than the time her lover had chosen. When the navigator arrived on the scene next morning he found Mary with the other pirate lying dead at her feet. For some years the pirates roamed the Caribbean under the .ommand of Captain Jack Rackam and were on the whole successful m their depredations. But .in August 1720 the law caught up with handsome Jock. His ship was overhauled and boarded otl the coast of Jamaica by a sloop outfitted by the Governor of that colony. After a few quick skirmishes most of the pirates. including Itackam, fled below decks, leaving the two g) < m Jas> 11 in England. eacountgSd to go over; but lUl] the colony taaafvau H aari uf encouragement from the government which at th.it time under|ile WhO were then-. || iand as they pleased. He also %  mji.it en the then exist'iitf eondli.m l.iwi-n the two places, nnd '•am he decides In fuvmir eg th. stood the advantages of colonies Barbadian gentry for thev wan but little. Hag ailtctt Bras. I-' f their possessions. sides much WOI-M oertii-ied U' '"' ,,,K '^ <*uv that Libertie of sowing thoMgwiis of t, tierl "''" n. which wee soe long haue nesa, which came nflerwardgl "gUnd fouRht for I'.ut ihev so tertibly to their own lip*. "" uc "buse il •' (1) The court look DO other unties,, of this telan.l thin to gr.iht it '-'g""" also confirms Buike's to a very unworthy and uu•'" u,,, t ** to the condition of faithful favourite, the earl of ha Island within a short per c %  — -. %  1 -1 tlelpate, for as Iturke racordl this island can rain aaai tl\ thousand men of Ms own mihti (To • Conunuad) An Acoi %  11 ,... igilraeftd • it. %  •ess 10.0 M 1 by Ntvtile ,: II of th B M II \ V Orllalo wmth, Judged, proved of 1 to the settlement ..,> %  4. :;.i j^, of time after IU settlement lie; relates the Island's eastern part was studdssd with plantBtio.r. kMii.e large, others small. tin v.ivnjiii ^.uli-.! mi" Carliala Bay. roaa ona ibova tho In terraces. Cultivated Igga .ere set round with the woods .it the virgin rbrasl wblcti still .ilHHinded and ronsptcuou* which towered unbrageoua * '•'"* hnppy men without any pre• m,,n ** ,hl ,, -,nXf r N^ r, tenee, in the neighbouring %  %  ve*. islands, and carried them into . „___,,, __ h „ •Cwllsle hay itself praa busy scene, with Mutch and Eng%  'Howcvn a-this 0 iony had •he hardiest oreedtng and the* most laborious Infony of any of our tettlcmriiK si stronger in ititen 1 Bail who %  natai -M-ed; and that to an height, which if II were IHH proved lw 1 reasonable ilouht. 1'.in I 1 be believed. For in this small Island, whlrli It hut twcnty-fHo miles in lensjth, and in breadth but fourteen, n little if twenty years after its first settlement, thut Is. in l0. It contained upward of fifty thousand wbitsat of all sexes and ages, and a much greater rumbcr of i.Urk* and Indian slave*. Tin of which 1 1-.v. Ihj I UmnUl. the latter th., irreconcilable to us ever sincuThls small bland, peopled by upwards of one hundred thou%  .] %  was not ^ % %  I half of It eultlvated. nor wai thUbr Aristae of 'swssBas PHOSFERINE in casts uf WEAKNESS... IMIOSI-I-RINIis a wonderful ionic lur ihe weak and ailing, the oODVSlfltOBDI and the run\ ., ^_ down. \^ IM COWS (if LASSITUDE... 1 Jiik'iP "t Mir iiTvnu. lyBMB by oy cn roi h i .titiKuinc* or is a .tgn V.H. nc.-.i PHOSPl HINL' in cases of DEBILITY... I'lloM l-RINH reuores the sppeubj. Mitoaihcnt ihc DOtTSt, pull hmk the viialny you 10 hadlv need. in vases of NERVOUSNESS... PllOSW'.RlNIhelns you 10 take Ihc strain and dihVullies of life. Available in Liquid or Table! for to dn>p equal 1 1 *hk*n THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS KNIGHTS FOR PURE DRUGS WHI'iN your Dm tor prescrihes lor yuu ... he realises you neetl ihe BKST \VIIK\ m roiii|H>iili(l your |iresrrinlions r only offer fluIIKST in Drugs and the HKST in Servio KNIGHTS FOR BEST PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. YOUR FAVOURITE SHIRT IS AMONG THIS LOT !! ARROW WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached. SUoi 13; to 18 Inch S7.02 each CONSULATE SELF COLOUR SHIRTS I Truhetnlsed Collar attached In ihadee of V. K.c hiui. Grey and Tan. Prices S8.5, S8.40, S8.77 VAN HEDSAM SHIRTS Collar attaches Ml 14 10 18 Ins. S9.34 each. SANi>Y McDONALD WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached 14, to 17 Ins S6.66 OTIS MEN S RIBBED ATHLETIC VESTS—SleeveUu S • 36 48 ins. 51.36 OTIS MEN'S BRIEFS (Jockey Shortel Sizes: 23—42 ins. SI.59 per pair. GENTS LEATHER BELTSManufactured by Hickok c I New Ycrk in shades of Light and Dark Brown Price : J2.93. $3.77. $4.56 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. Ltd. 10 11 12 & BROAD STREET. 13 DRESS SHIRTS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS HOT SHIRTS FOR LABOUR DAY &f DKKSS SHIRTS In all IN.nanular brand* in.' "M-iTF" "RENOWN" and "M;M ui'.hl i: in plain and %  Irlprd ilnijn. SHIIKT SlltKTS in plain r.il.mrfan'* antterr.'. .nil plain rolourrd *rt s.lh m--.li SKA ISLAND DRtSs SillKTS In Cream. Brlir. Gray, Blue and Hhu> HARRISON'S -264 ni.vi %ni: iiKAi.nin i. \sn MosoMiiii. wmt: Onui*lly Now BAPRV DRIRD FRUIT HALAD p*t \ lb. pkt. S M %  COCOHAXT per 1 lb Ul. 1 40 1 20 ONIONH per .1 ll>. CANADIAN* SAROINCa p^r tin W W : uNDKNBED MILK por Un • Tho above Item* for Cash and Carry Cuatossen only CAHRH IKIIAM LRACKtRB per till 1 B8 1 :*OATi: PLYMOUTH (UN per bottle %  •* COATRH PLYMOUTH OIN per caae 24 00 HR4>NTi: HHi:i:Pa TONtlUEH i 13* HWIFT LUNCIIIION BEFF IN CCREAL per taper Un HUNTB FRUIT COCKTAIL larg^ tin HUNTS FRUIT COCKTAIL Hruall tin LION BRANIi WHIT): rsVPBB per 1 oi. Un *o LION BRANO BLACK PEPPER pel I oi tin TAADLBTI i AVKNDLK WATER Urn %  i •* !" ^JI i YAKDLEYK AFTER BHAVF. LOTION Urge 2.40 YARDLF.YH AFTER BHAVK LOTION MDSU 1 YARDLEYB BOND ST COLOONE large (H)VA DUHTINd POWDER WITH PUFF—per BOS 1 %  PONDS TALCUM POWDER per Un ** BRIBTOWS SHAVING CREAM per bowl " JOHNSONS BABY POWDER large 42-• %  all % %  COCKADE FINE RUM STANSFEIM S€*TT A #o„ !,#<#._



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SUNDAY. Ot TOBKK 3, ISi.' MMBA1 ADVOCATE PAGE MM OCT. 5 — NO. 244 The Topic of Last Week Second Intercolonial Tornado yES7mmr s c/amET 8 _£? <>**? Tournament Begins Tuesday Whan Joand H,*^ „,*,. **rly on Friday morn 3a*ytr2K$BSj At —i m. Houa. dMdtd if •** % %  * the isiandi pUti Bui M f*w %  .,.„ .fcJSS, tSajan. nh^undrrrtind Tl"" Ilka l.. do IhlMI Tot prr'e-rt m.^ Foea/cHiiia many a *ui boat ViVi|i|i( lass •Vrfartlor. „ u „ All IMnf. .fir, in ,ui>| P Com* from ihr n u m>n mind o hoy. If_ChriM CTurrh la.. rp .-. M M.I. %  %  if you .till M Wwlldarrrt Vnur >M .III uniki %  % %  inm ''< % %  On* fellow .-id Ike (btMrtn Htinuld flr.1 ...mmaiuj tha .,.'-• £.r what rou do to children "•* %  to posterity Aiurthrr prudant (allow **ul 11 h. waa ii.* boa. Had aaa all tha old people Eat l-lra with Sp*>-U1 laiir* Anothar aaid ha'd invada "Tha island"* traaauiy And fiv* tn* populMKMi About *i day* of •praa Thla Li tha way I'd Mart I'll mate all tha old people F**t ranftad a' haart Thatr food to And all i Thai can. art daub with Id five lham all a bonus To buy lhair J at B And all who arenot worM. And In %  dee-paratr lead I'd diva them a few Hon. To buy a llltl* ft-ad And all tha prMty nudata That llnfl* on rod tap* That vary and ant nutoni From thi. I WOT And boy*, when -11 U An o %  * .1 sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM THE Second lntcrcolutu-ii Tun.ado Tournament be.•urbados and Trinidad will be sailed in Carlisle Bay tin-, week bagtaning Tuesday afternoon at '.i o'clock and ml i H % %  morning. moi ntnsL ttve members of the six-man T The i.ther member, Kogcr Hartley-Booth, will arnvt to-da\. rhanr vaohta TK ft, TK 47 and Skipper (TK 4n rnlvi to-night on board the Dutch liner WlUemstad. oe captained by Mi. E 1. % % 
ers. Tonv. (fter King (two !;.,rThe will be live race B -^f in* 1 """ AI** Retinie, John tournament to be Wed need IJ TftllTSlSBj. IMitunlay. and an op-n i . .*. rlM I, 'IMl %  > %  i %  to be sailed on Sund-v Urn ..i 'Ns aftornoon after the morning. local wason which wUl take ThAm taurMmaflt ew bald lace during the morning. It srUl at 1 won the series to carry oil n Trophy unit Vamoose won the V. Uc Limn Trophy In .Mifiition to thes* two trophies, there Is also a prize awarded to the boat completing tha fastest lap. This in ire b presented by H. Jason Jone ft Co., Ltd. Fur tn coming tourn-n at, the Tnnldad Pairs will be R, F Hayai aan IVtci King sailing TK. 45. Paul Tennyson and John 'iling TK. 47 ag| Hartley-Booth and Alex R-1 insailing Skipper TK 48. Discussing the chance* ol the viMiii.K team, skipper Mayan saw his team is handicapped b Lha tad thai in Trinidad 'hey do not have Tornado racing, but they will endeavour to give of their best ; %  gainst the local > alchsmen. He said that in Trinidad there anonly IK. ToniMdo iMXBts. two of whbBB an owned hy the Triniu-u kTaehl Cluh and artUci an ranad OOt, one owned by an Engllsrimaii and another by Roger Hartley-booth. The other which Lfl owned by Mr W K Brydan ><*t tn-ti t.iunched ftaaUdad ore hopiiift that as soon as there an antl) ptivata owned boats of this Class to i-i Tiifii.Kto Racing. Most of the members of the Trinidad t'.im are expected To return to Trinidad net arHlrirJ liter the open race e -in-in iwaa uU.ara ihaimanahei bah, bath and at •any nappw I'D him coot amj %  fUticura. A OINTMENT CARLTOM CLUB \i %  ounce* 'heir HALLOWEEN DANXE & FLOOR SHOW On Saturday. 1st November, 19&2 At Their New t lub House. rUsvek Rock Music bf Curwhr. Orchestra Vdnii—ioo h I ii k• \ i>nl> 5.10 52—In CAMERON ft OODDAXD v .,.= ing bauaan of Crntral seortd lia no:In the Central gnt Inxunca against Wsoderem laat Ssturdsy October 27 in thatr Sesend Dlvl* ion .nckat mnieh st Oenlr.I 5 WeighUiftere Baek From T'dad nva members of ihc Barbado rting team arrived fror Trinidad on Friday afternoon b. It w I.A w.th iheii coach man..Xer Mr. H H Webster They wen I .ikman. Basil Grant, Rt I Itytia h I dan and George Nicholas The two other member* of Unlearn. Edwin Rogers and Erro: ill Iarrlvnlg later Mr tlemem Jukmin yeater day lold an Advuratr report.. that the team had a wonderfu' lime in Trinidad and It wag the i't bma thai stHm of the boy*i 0 lift out of the lillUt Many ., learned much from tlie cxiH-rience. He > very impressed with the Drill Hall where the (onipi-UUon was dapd. He said that the building i raj sin and ..fiords good if ting. Page 4 .ithrr college batwaii i eachlinings %  i.red the bovllng honours with Marshall I" seeuHng three tickets at a at 4* runs In 14 i .if *huii were maidens. H sa rne y inning, of 11 >nd eight had six I ii iiinings %  %  %  Ml Headlr>. With Williams off %  8 ...:.. hul %  not out %  •; %  %  it: i I ilMon wh %  l.T>h. ( n has nt I'HKUHK *v KMPIRr AT PICKWICK nekwMl (|Bff r.lne MkkeU) MS amii tha l a Plefe. *.ik oatt,,i the .\ hole d 0 Ural innings and aeored 203 runi J' the kg h keb. yeslerday In thatr match agam-i l*.mpiie which In r-eiiin pltvrd ,it Kensington Oval. The small crowd which went to Kensington Oval witnessed some ( %  light cricket and saw the Km pire nalders on (heir toes oa the aid K Giei^nidge who went n\ umber four in the batting mdei •ittia.tive M and Mai"1m Worme hit the next OVM -core of 44. T.ill pace bowlei Uaikei MktJ II King took the bowling honour* H.irkc, howled at %  % % %  %  luii it times he .'ViiTltched Some. He capllin.' PI kwtck'i srkatals foi t i in i ovai arhlla llora. K.ng bagged four for 4 hi 20 i ti lag aM -f-.v.ii ns rneauana, Sklppei Itubinson put seven aaalnat the Pickwi.k 1 fttrlna and 'lies were well .it ken up !'' brilliant rli Idinp 'i.-k^i. i. lost theh fli-' Ai.kn \ heti (he scnie ami only four nhd %  ii than caski partMlwhip li-lueen Worme : nd K Gieenldge and both 0i ant ..-i vail until t >e score reached 140 run< when was caught fn ".0 afl M baanttiaj ".f I Ai Uie luncheon ml. rval Hj score was 95 runs. When stumps were drawn Pickwick I 1!U3 null ha the loss of nine vlckets LODGE ft POLICI Toltee .far • wlaketa) l i occupied the ticket lea • sterday in therr match against Lodge School plaved at Lodge Honours of the days play went to G Sobers of Police who top-score* with 103 runs In line style When stump* .MI Police had made 291 tha loss ,,f nine wicket* Hatting for Police C Blackmail %  Hi F T.ivtor opened the inning* aihd the B U with thr la The batsman out was II runs, he was bowled off 'be bowling of WOkie Dodaon was next in. but he was soon run out for three Former partnered" Taylor and shortly after he was ai 'he wicket. Tavlor was -lean bowi.'d bv Wilkie with thr •core at 43 ano hi ron'rlbutlon n %  '.m-re'l F.trmer. and did -i bit of good work, but with Un-core at Maty nine Bear was %  aught bv 'he \ irket-keeper off %  ii basatnuj of -' rattngfl Sobers came m next and helped 'n take the score to a higher figure, hilinid hitting and -.troke playing was of his beat. HIS H-l lnelude.1 i.inel.en rOWl and one six It was at this .tmi that Farmer was dtsmtsst-d for 21 A Blenman wa the next clit ,,.i.' %  S-ihers He made a well olayed M. which iitcluded • four* nid 4 sixes He was l.bw to J Farmer C Amy and C. Sprlngei was the next two batsmen in ami hrir HOras were 8 and S7 re pecfivele Bowling for the school ooya J r.inner took the moat of Police -vlckets. his figures being 16 overs. no maidens. 112 runs. B wickets Next to hin in the bowling was r N Wilkb who took ? wickets i i a -vers MR. BROWNE WINS SPOON SHOOT Hi H 0 iMwai won the Lpoon Sh.-4 of the n.lt.A. which .. .,t ti.. Govenunent ..ii'. lunge f a at agfMj s f ja ffn ee c Lib a handicap seme of M.S0 ten rounds at ... fine vards Conditions \ver fairly good arUJI llfdhf m.i%  i irh varli .,1,1!.. rahrwing art lha stghl Caps (' FNebleii Mi It O Browne PJI N H B 0 Matshull Mi a r.. Uarun PC <). Shcpher.l Mi 1Hassell Mi M. A. Browne \It E. J. Parry at (lie Kl llHSt M %  I t ARLIOS .. -rim Veeeas M Ua... „ ( .rlM.-l.t laalai. %  t AUfinaoo D Mi M.*in .4 W Ka-wb-. %  wn.io. % %  1 ; u. a-iwaaea. •> < %  • II A M,Mii,..n run out W. Marahall b T. K..^ >* i r. Taaal |..i he M M rashin iu* N Karrw 1 41 fall ..f wHrbaSi v, 4 N aowi n a o at a w Murk, h PMBtp* i "*•• ,-. II if i ion... inn. gaj e-i..--i.. asaatafa c ai*..,.... h t 'all ..( taSaVgl i m 4 n a -. *i a-ss : is* a ma <* B Dodwn run out %  Ciaiii t. rail-' O M 1 W '> • BjBS 14 4 nuib*-. la t I 1 O Sat-'c okpi o Mn.ra; 1*3 r US at t 3 ai AJM* I OVSSM >> ra---r i K Ba**" t • . .. ,. ,; 111 1 %  4 a %  ot out i r II. • %  t i H a C Brsdiha* not out 3 *''' -1 INMM 1 rax out t %  wairott MI out To.i ati turn (ut no eaatM •i ran %  Bricks* n 4-4 V SB S |M nowiiN'; SN u vsis BOWLING ANALYSIS o M n w 0 s 1 1 1 *" %  4 0 11 § '" %  " % >1 i Sim \i TNI OVAL '1 Ma. • 1 11 JJ II..... l.t l.a.n. m rlH SB n VI TaO„. It.h narhe, 4 IS 41 S %  Ulwarrla b II Kin* H %  l4Tm. -j9 %  I'" H Kins '! B De, .K, K Oraaaudei %  1 roatar b II Kum %  deaianlflga DITT (M OOAJ if. '.AIN1 ;: |ba UOW1 INI, VNAI.VSl'tLgVgriAt.M 1 iaax la* n (i M at %  in iu. llaik.i IS 1 %  1 Orant I 1 IS VllltlHKI. ,. la.toof. Kins %  • 4" t k.. o ll.-l.te-. 11 1 Jl ''"' %  %  IBM In Kudder %  • 14 %  %  snreat a • V tlaAJsM Bm •! 1st lb. n*id. i ol 1 K.I .. MASnill Btat •' ...••in. ssi i... essfcei 11* nuik i 1JJ V 1 • II in ran pui 1 ITTION % %  • Allrtnr i a b D Alkinfn. B. Ittadlr^ 1.-.L t> H M[..... U>all i.iujsatat n\i \iri • n IIMITSO IVill am 1, II Marahall laorav Sooa* ror|oai > i-. Slnunea ''i Ki TXH'BI.I I1VK ... iNaHio,., ttl ) %  ,. lliifnth hUralMll S taPMsW UUII' SmaltUS lha 11 i Svalyn >> pi*r,. llaa.ell II.. 1> tllin-^ 117 11. i n Mtttrm rai -in* 1....... K.tta. 3 1... • -.I.a.I UH B KAKTgK I ..' 11 UnaD 113 lb. T„tai IX HUMMl 1 -.-. %  all ot wwkala I 11 J II IIS. J 14 • 141. 1 Ml l | %  It* miwiiM. m III rl*\ •,! SKI11 1 Allrinw Palli 117 IB. AUtUSMII 11 S Rgl %  | %  Atkin-ou S • lit Ii 1..-1-W> IAIRI si inn is i I SUN WAT. H tBSMJn IU lh' I'.ei.e S4 1 ala—harl 0 4 %  "'. 1 mm. IS •.. ......... .v//,r/ Jl'Sl RECEIVED %  •oriiaASTIIW \ miini "MA mil I --I M I I tVOSAI. IIOMIUK MALISD Mll.h C. CARIKl.N BROWNE Wholraale A Retail llrrnggast 136 Roebuck StMai UlS 1 V.V//-'MMivl'-'A< l y///A' BARBADOS TURF CLUB Official Programme—Autumn Meeting 1952 SATURDAY 8th, MONDAY 10th, THURSDAY 13th, SATURDAY 15th, NOVEMBER. 1952 Firm* .„— ..... r #...; Hth \(M f IIIIMI, lS'J inn r.M. NAMX OF HACE 1 JO AUTUMN STAKES 2 .K. SAVANNAH LODOI SI UCBS 2 3^ RIMSHIRE STAKES J 15 CHAMBEHI.AIN STAKES 13 I .1 :>. TlirMPEI'KH ( I'P 4 39 CONSTITUTION STAKFS 5 15 WORTHINO STAKES I 15 BIIKillTuN' STAKES '.KI B< IN St iKCS NJIOP STAKES I 'CTII I'AlllimEAN STAKK.S II 55 NOVEMBER STAKES HOI HALL STAKES ; SIMIINTI I .. a oi %  Enli, i W € A r A LUVXT is >o. a I Her. W A only — ., a Lower w II A r A AlloUi .i W A INSTANCE IAROI II 5| Furlongd !5 :i5 135 1*5 1.1*1 on I 71" <<• i mm i HM MII II |.I:I MII M 1ST 5ND 3D TOTAI n 00 33 ll < SO OH 1011.0" 30 Oil $15 0.1 i II 50 00 25 Oil .S.-rnf #•.•/>—>#..//// a L %  %  i —All• %  A. a Lowei ,; A %  i> a \ i r a Lea. & A & B oni N 1 '1 1 SOU H 13% 150 10.-. 40 50 1.340 on 1 400 00 1 555 00 24 Oil n N :ui M 1211 00 an 00 .. III. 72 on 40 On 49 80 ill on 21 50 */ IO$h AI#*;I *•. 19.12 M Sinn in I M0 00 1)8 00 > 50.00 329 on 312.50 WH* 300 150 ,n 1.400 00 .'7 mi M 00 40 00 %  ... mi 0* 1.200 203 jon 135 200 I" 100 1 2.0 00 1.700 Ml 24.00 SS.00 (0 00 100 00 30.00 90 00 I.i in 23 00 109.110 Son 300 l ,., 10 1.400.00 ] 27.00 |00 1,100 N 135 IH5 1"' i;n 1.240.00 1.710 00 24 00 1.1 00 80.00 ioo on 3d no 50 00 Ifl 00 '3 00 105 OO 175.00 thir.l lt.,„mmrh..rs,l„„ I 1,1, Mil I Mill II. IO.VJ l :in BRKiHTUN HANDICAP M T; Full. LIT 500 %  %  flu 411 15 no 315.00 Ii INSTITUTION HANnlCAl 1 l A 1 wrr — 'Ii.'. 285 135 1 1.-JI6 mi 34 00 AIHTMN HANDICAP 1 aoo 283 135 50 '" %  24 00 riEWHUIIST HANDICAP II I %  I 78 i 239 118 in l.nOO 00 21 00 3 55 UU1 '' IH1 185 nil 1.580 00 30 00 4 35 SHOT HAM. HANDICAP 1 ** 1 H 0 II 70. •u 115 40 21 00 5 13 CHAMBERLAIN HANDICAP 1 Bo n Iss 50 24.00 !..,,.• i. n..,,— ->..,.,..!..,, i.ia. \in I Mill it 1933 21 1.3U i;HAVESENl> HANDICAP a 2 00 WORTHING HANDICAP 24 2 35 BELLEVILLE Ii NDICAP I ::, JUNIOR HANDICAP NOVEMBER HANDICAP 2T 4 35 IIO.-KI.EY IIANillCAP :! i I FINAL HANDICAP r a u.w, i is v„ a II 1 F A T.OW.T 17 .. i H t| c a iiw,i I| l A I. vPi H A Ii B OtiK 7 i 1 3185 00] .I'm 3 80 190 t 40 85 785 i'i 1.405 ii 313 00 27 00 700 235 119 411 1.000 MI 21 00 I 2.1J •Oil 288 tuO 289 1.000 3.13 IU 13.', 135 183 III 60 & Ml l,25'l in 1.243 nil 1.580 41 21 0O 24 00 :'4 on 30 nn akta .. 1 lii riim Pre mi MM 00 1.740.00 V3H.015 Rat* No t Traatsetai Cap Opeti la ill two-yter-old Creolr, Lred In the HVVI (Trimcloi. Tobaij.i and Jamaico cxcepled). Colls und (fi'ldiniis lo rjrr% 118 II. nllkM Uft loo Nn Allowance* The Manufacturer* of Trumpeter Cigarettes Rive a Cup to Ihe W.mier and to the Breeders of the lit., 2nd., and 3rd. horfte; slzOOO S72O0 $4S(KI respectively Abolii fl'4 Turlnngs ll.ir.. \,i In .luiiiof Btal en lo all two-year-old Creole* sired and foaled in the B W.I and British Guiana (Jamaica optst!) Coll and r,eldin[3 ti carry 123 lbs FUlii Subject tn Classification and I Allowances which can be claimed About 5t4j Furlongs F.NTKIrS Til CLOSI ON MONDA1 MU (l< TIIBIK I-I5Z. \T '.nil V V AT Till OIUCK (II THK BASBABOS IVBV Cl.fft BY ORDKR Of THK COMMITTEK. O. A. LEWIS. Secretary. Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd. Trainers not holding ., LICMCC tot "'•"muil apply in tArltinu for same forthwith. Maiden Allouam •• must he rlaimed on Kntry Form. Ctipi4i of this Prograinnie tan he obtained at our offire. Svnagogut Lane. Bridgetown.



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PACE TWO 91 \li.\y ADVOCATE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1952 This is the NEW Carton for 'mm COUGH MIXTURE \') s COLCI1 M I 111 c.ciln.tnmSrti ppiea coughing MIfcV. %  %  ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved in 1 Day 111 i >;.,..,:;..*; STOPS COUCHS QU/ChLY / PLAZA Vlii 4 i ill s ItlCIIHiKIUWS Illal ISIS) lo...m 4 tit ft IW p.m fj M <* %  !! •Mttt %  k>i**l|> MM ,u W* M MAiifiANt: 11 i' 1 Ml/ N -*\ < %  :<•. HARKF.I: kl HALS A %  Mn HOOD or Tt*A Bo or. RrvV* I ..... AHBt IT CO*Tn.l K\ H.u:i I > T is* i! % % %  # %  BREAKTHROUGH TRAIL'S END ft WEST OF EL DORADO THAT'S MY BOY CRtSS CROSS MYSTERY SUBMARINEI Ihst ill:Nf.*f %  iin nnin-i.1 %  f liny ninw ts in your bronrhlnl -i Hiair C*JI %  #! Inwd %  %  H {.r'unotca .'..'.a lb* I htood. %  • Aithm* ta-r ft.a T.. E* aln—t %  • .. i it*. %  1 !• -I.IK.V d-a IWUI ""• •Ml II % % %  f" h.VH . I% % % %  rn.t. Tha pofimani -A ii... ... Ii %  turn ri'l > % % %  Wlmia In no tin-t all MBMD MidBtroiiKTry HKNIW O i bar*, c-jranw Too tIn* ]>M" t . 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OCT. 7T1I at 7.30 pjn(omr and bring a Friend lll I 'H\NI\ Wild I %  IIAUMH H Ol alDNNIJ Wad A 1 % %  > i Mi .V I MMrHANF GLOBE TODAY MATINFK & KVENIM; \ U id K.;tO P.M. TOMORROW BANK IIOI.IOAY 1 -HllUs lit. 5 and H.M P M. and CONTINUING DAU.X I IROWI AT LAST ON THE SCREEN IN ALL ITS GLORY I %  SS?!5 s 'a .'I 34-Hour B.ii.1'.•:-i"a i-Tabf • Guaranteed ^XSrKLa. Supper Room CONTINENTAL CUISINE MUSIC by PANAMA Chez JEAN-PIERKE Ph. HIS I •:|I:,,II„M. FETE COCKTAIL DANCE IN AID or FUNDS of the CONVENT ORDER ofth GOOD SHEPHLHiJ HELP KADVEtHV rm: i MAI\TAI.\ THE JCUOQL oauroMT THE JOIN THE THOUSANDS FOH SICK "COCKTAILS AND DANCING TO THE TUNES OF THE SOCIETY SIX AND Ail STEEL BAND CRANE HOTEL MONDAY Hlli Oct. From 6.00 p.m. VVWAS FHEE I ADMISSION — $1.50 1 DRESS OPTIONAL BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS) unnoiiiK'e thai as from TUESDAY 7ih OCT. ilurinu (he ill i.iMm:; of their Prcmisi-s. thrir nflicc-N will Lw situated in TEMPORARY PREMISES AT Lower Broad Street — (opposite Plantations Ltd. Building) wiMft :;ii[all Bankioi icrvtcc ill |M rnnducted. H o Mw %  Irmlln'l LHn Of Credit and Traveller's ( hiqurs m..\ (irpsnit these ut the small annexe which is tan bhMl in CplHM Itd.'s hnilrling in Broad Street uhero a United BfUmUni aartriet will be provided. QcLhib fiallwg L ADY RANC'E. wif |n UM U K -I' F Ruborl K.inciI'hy-ii iiin -* %  > %  mh : M R DMIIS I EftNAJU IRWIN. M.R.c.1'. tfngiMd 'i*. VLB > l-ndon 19481. 1 I appointed on three yea< ment lo the posi of I Special.-!. R n rhji i. pfuL I : V l>y kha Udilr-t Klnxdom and wan aeroiripanied ry Mrs. Invin ^n<| thep 'o children. Mr. Irwln wh.. i:i.. i je (jualifled M.RCS. a no L.R.C.P. in January, 1940. u, M.B.. B.8., in May 194(1. fron July 1942 lo DerrmlxM er*ea m tfc. p^j-i Arrn u,,,. Corps leing mftB n January. 1944. Since 1946 wfclB hard fron, thr H.A.M.C.. Mr rwln worked in We HoaptUI. England, where till recently he held ihe pott* of Senioi Mi*ticai Registrar and Semoi Tutor, and Medical OlTicer to the Nursing Start. Intruntit M ISS r-NU) BKOOKF.S who U a clerk at the Qaaai I Office. Ba-'-ieterre, Ki. Kitts, arai among '."ic intr;msii paj anfjen fro-n Grenada yeaterdiy morniiig by B.W.I.A She had been spending a holiday there and I her way back home. Spi-nt Thnv \thnth* R ETURNING to the U.S.A. on Thurnduy last vin PtMftC *ioo by B.W.I.A awra Mlai Bunlci ione. Public Health Nurse of teooklyn Eustace Jones. T! %  had bari %  pending three months I 'ho island as Bursts of Mr. and Mrs. Arlington King of Roraci vllle". firm. Hill. While m the Caribbaan, all J' :"* took the opportunity !. vlI Trinidad. On OWfmW Tmir J^jJR. C. SPANTON A8HDOWN "al Assistant Manager Of the Trinidad Office of the Alcoa steamship Company who arrrced : n Barbaioi on Thtuadaj M lefl for St. Luda b* I'.w \..\. ft b?r< d.n> Mi AssMown an %  tour of the area and from St. Lucia will return to Trinidad thus completing Ml Hght-day tour. He was a uest at the Aquatic Club, ittuk Fmm U.S.A: M R. JOHN A. PERE1RA who arrived here recently from the U.S.A. has been released from active duty as a Corporal attached to the 82nd Airborne Division of the PaiaUaun Unit stationed at Port Bragg. North Carolina. John, itba am of Mr, .1 N, Paraira, U Welehea. Christ Church and Comrms'ion Merchant of EUckatt Street. joining Ihe -ervue twO years ago he wasan the automobile DUatna with hla elder brother CarJoa In Long inland (jjckluil Uunrv T HKRE will be a Cocktail Dance a', the Crane Hotel on Monday October 6 in aid of the COnveOI of the Good Shepherd from 6 pjn. (o Midnight. A good public response 1asked as it will help d daaarvlng cauaa, The w\. 1 ;.)ilic.i by Ml Keith Campbell and his Society Six. Mr A Mr. PETER WAY \F§irriiul ) vslviiluy Y BBTKBDAT afternoon at I.0U t It St. John \li. Peter Way. son of Mr. and ol Indian Pond, St. %  illgBtai of Mi. Ad Mrs. Bmarl el Kynancr, Worthing. Sussex. %  rmony which was fully f the Kt. RV, Bl>l: !. %  A V Bmunona The bride %  %  %  01. w. n E. Jehnaon a na .1 .Mi a veil ma Juliet I Bp Of lul e ..m! 0CaBg4l ii.'t bouquat was of ^ hi'e r-wes. il. %  .. %  I tulla aval lavender an^ .1 iiu.il'-of lavender. bastman feu 10 Mr. David Murray while Ihoaa of ushers wehn Eggleslleld and Mr. Onvid Evans. A raoeptJon •* held at Indian 1 ihe honeymoon is be%  :S I l.A CA*V Back Fmm Kn^iUi n il C APT. E. R. WILLIAM Ihe St. John 1 ud Mrs. WDJlana nnn their rtaughter Miss returned % %  by 'he CialtiU after three months' holiday. Mi William-, who Commissioner for Girl Guides, attended the Chief Commissioner'Conference nt Poxlease while : %  ; the U.K. She was welcomed back hom by a Guard of Honour of Guides nnd Rangers under Miss E. Laborde. Commissioner for Rangers. YisHin? Ri'tatirv* F.xhihilkm Of ffookMa A N exhibition of booklets will be on show In the British Council Reading Room. Wakeneld, Whltcpark Hu.id for two weeks from Monday 6th October. This series of authoritative assessments of authors, past and present, who have influenced their own and later time* Is printed for the British Council by Longman*. Green & Co., Ltd.. the booklets ;.ppear as worthy supplements to "British Book News." Each Issue hai I portrait frontispiece and a select biblio£raphv. • Express v llQl'gliail to IntereriOOB student of literature, and to servo as a full introduction to the authors treated, the booklets are excellent backgrounds to further study. "No recent project has be?n more itistifmble and more admirable". says the Times Literary Supplement, "The Work of chosen authorities, worth their place in the shelves of every reader." Rrccnt laauaa include "Shelly" by Stephen Spender. "Elizabeth Bowen" by Jocelyn Brooke, "Milton" b> E. M. W. TUlyard and "Edith Sitwell" by John Ijchmann, Thenare n far 29 titles in the series. Ana* /tome H. HORACE CLARKE of "Brentford", Belleville re~ lurnad borne during the week bv B.WJ \ fiom the U.S.A. via Puerto Riro. He accompanied his w.fr for a six weeks' holiday. She I 1 ending tour months with her num. Mrs. R. Van Exen, of Brooklyn. New York. M M RS. A. K. PAYNE during UM weak mn tba 1 B A % %  %  %  Puerto Rico on %  visit lo her i.l.r^v. r.l.iim Jemnmlt and 1. ..1.1 brotbai Ul-taw, Mr. and Mrs. Johailseon of Hastings. Mi Payna who hi a Civil Engineer and • %  uaduale of % %  %  1 U.S.A., wraa unable to make thstrip owing to praasura of work BBd hopes to inin his wife later. I '//'if.//.' /hm, T*1IE ADVOCATE SPORTS CLUB" will hold their dance tomorrow night at the Drill Hall under thipatronage of the Hon. V. C. Gale, M.LC. M A Son C ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Proute of My lair.c bv Mi saatku Nik-* OrV. • i I I-Am* >t kfiaaliai &f aaaa4-a-s-.a>a a a a aaa CLEAMUXGS LADIES I INEN KI Kt'HIKKS-While. Plain. Printed—24.lv were 57 cU. LADIES PURE SILK fl.OWKRKP HEADSCARVES. n Few Only 15.6*1 were SI2.15. i vnn s I I i.l.l I \SIHONEO NYLON HOSE S1.S0 were $2.11 CORSETS—"BEST FORM"—M.On were SK.INI—Sixes :lll and .12 Only (learinu Old Slack LEATHER HANDBAGS 13.44 PLASTIC S2 Oil New Shipments PRINTED CREPES. SPCNS. Etc. 89 els. T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) SOUS stinr STORE PHONE: :•: 1220



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I' \I.I i DI i: M MI\V \li\l>( \|| %  I MIU. IK llil'.l i: 3. US2 (;0()DBYE INDIAN TOUR Yesterday's Cricket TO WEST INDIES Intercolonial Yachting Ami Iktsketball This Week BY a S. COtHh T RBRI M ,\rr> mtht.ttmn in Wrst Indian H -.11 %  I ee*BgBj lost week fiom It .: p i Board of Control "in, saying thai the Ind f tha H miaht f.'ill through unl< uggegled by the Indian Bo Wt get authorities. India' patch went on to quote, wu that there should |aj | H-: aftai men Te*t match and ia • I -1 1 1 en Tail match. 'led thai if the Indian Hoard did not receiv ., reply DI B m tune for .i meeting of tinlloarn on that II would be assumed that the proposals had not bevn .. i i • WHAT C MKKK T HIS unntata check" ami a constitute*, the most anmtng rtUmpla of imlilTrrence that has to my knowledge, ever || Imperial erldnt The u km Board ol Central hava not their rap n -ndi but I am certain that thr Board will tit.:. the many other preposterous one* thr Inrtinn Hoard ha? been maklru i'H during iiiicouraa ( 'i Ihe negotiations. t-hnngc or amend .!.<• list of fixture* n than Inn lo be flown to London so that ike sharnshlp COI %  bacauaa of their havinK lie.wing thur Test commitments with Pakistan. W.I. MAT LONG S1H.IKW T'llE WIST INDUS I.OAItl) OK C'OtVritOl. have already informed the Indian Board thai tha tour might result In a tea ol rupees or ($18,000 B W I I rather than makroOt.11 :. ,i Hoard nan then a* lot iri(.diflration thai are bound to Increase expense!* and restrict lha i ded as supreme indifTerence %  tham to pun hours aacn and we plaved in India live-day Tests of six hour.each. W, flayed in en on SUNDAYS, the da? on wfclch thr Master himself rested, ami now the West Indies arc bring told that the Ind i three days, and thev will m the*"! %  TIRED! WELL STAY AT HOME T HE PRESIDENT h.. d .i* saying Ihnt the Indian team Is tired. If they ar tin I than Uu so and stay at home. V. | %  1144.800 UN then %  r %  Tin Wi>t Indlag Crlckal Board ol Control have d .,s i mi undai %  ind lo ma I on i of tin %  me thai lha Board %  R It is not thai the Indian leeni ha exact!) %  "•* hi tour ol England and we could scarcely be accused of boaMing if wa I our own resutti al can tout %  I I NO MORK PISHING AROUMI W E wenaccorded thr unwritten right to challenge Australia lot '•' %  %  i i but not dlagrae I (oil | any logical reason why % % %  Dflntt ourselves to n I lickel Board "' Control sh< uid not beg lo b< Indian low i %  ttnuath md. Mv advice to the INTER! OLONIAL TORN AIM! TOVRNFY 1 BI u efcft lha Tornadoes good waalhei and goi ng when inc ,; Tornado I an on Tuoad f %  %  %  ' sixth member la due today. The r hard practice In preparation to ,l points nett will le two of the three. Todav's result* however will decide UlC keen -t.ugale that has been obtaining tor third place. ftiry 3H potato, Thunder 37 points and Comet 35 points are Ihe candidates. Barbadians can be found here, there and everywhere and it is not surprising that twh members of the Trinidad Tornado team are BarIt i "Frankb %  I %  %  K '""I have always hailed sport on an Intercoli nle] level regai i ( Hit branch ol sport and these yachtsmen should he congratulated In having successfully arranged for flic return tournament. f It lH ( • I.L IT OFF. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TOO T IE series of Intercolonial Basketball games which begins 00 Tuesdaj Ocl :.. I al UH V U I" ... iist-s to be ver> intrusting. The team I '•">' against Ihe Caiib Bear ll %  md one and should giva good accoun" of lhainealvi 11 lha jroungar players can ovi re >me their stage fright. The Bear, have III their ranks some of the. top names in Trinidad basketball and their speed and ball !! % %  lie local players game. Although the Trinidadlans have been playing on concrete for the past three seasons, thr Y.M.P.C. court is in first class condition and the chat %  dd not IKtoo difficult lor thi CHITS *-a^nKi(r. an donal ol uniforms bj I o through their local M. Jooaa f. Co., Lid. i"d a painting of the QrsjM Baacb U being donated bg Mi *'• L Hurlaj ol stuthelyde to %  ... Thr Hr t match begins on Tuesday Oelober '• when the C'arih Bears will plaj Jfci Carlton XI, Wedi Ocl ir 8 the first test rrid.iv October 10 Ihe Carlb Bears will mart the Haiifson CoUtrt loam. Saturday October II. the s i H .i %  i > • ber 14 the thud and linal test. GOLF TEAMS NAMED FOR ANNUAL MATCH T HE I.I i regular fixture on the i'Jo2-5S %  chedule will be piaym at the itoeklev Coif and OOUBtry Ctttb aMnOri IW when tlie men's learn DM* In UM annual Battle of Uw BrtHa, T wl va players will represent each side in lw*'lvc-hole singles matches. However, the players will start in fours, two matches being pln>td Mi R Vkuner, tha I dkM 1 captain, MIII have with her Mrs. %  ;iend.i Wil > % %  ML. K. A. %  .1. |)i.r..n Beaslev. Mrs Vera Manning, Mrs. Eileen Maskell. Mrs. Peggy Smith. i irMea i art laadBga i -inn.ui i nvt tmhuri if no wkhet] A uloi Warren and Ga Queen's Park yesterday gave I'arlton an even chars %  key gan." their match began yesterday. Warren 41 and EdghiU. I carried the Carlton se>, for nine wiefcets to IN at 3.10. II was indeed a grand partnership, coming at a a when < tori badly needed the rui %  m n v%.1* .1 |. %  %  it for on In marked with confi< ik'-heariedness, and %  %  due tribute. EdghiU. playing at times with and hitting at %  Umea Ufta lUI Harrl ovai lha 1 was a H— If, EdghiU hit hard and high, the t Ing over tha let and the t| umpire's head at square leg about iv to the bomi | %  Barbados all rourHHi Cl/dt Waicotl who fr-m England, arrived at the hi. wife. %  the pavilion tho i gave him %  ing hand plaj n 1 d wlH bat next S-.li. | Carllon won the toas on thr Wicket. R.-ynold f.\Chb Ciarlie McKenzle opened ting, while Frank King and eer h eadad the Spartan atlnek .i single m the i lllpa concc led smgli-s in the Fbui in balli In the last ball i.f the .,-er. i ..rui bOW .%  lo. IWO, with three i uni on thi i Hul carried In ari to M whan i %  %  tiaiin the second Carlton wi.ket. Boogies Will... tarry on the nnings but he and Hutchinuin did I together. With only six added to King claimed his first vtetlm of the day wh<. % %  full] ippa tied I %  t Lb %  i Mutchinson, Three Cai Iton wM l fallen In ntv* under the and only en i ored Young !' %  lutchu WllMama, and \h>two batta I l'hn with (he score at 38. the Black Rock team suffered %  great • back Boogies Williams was run out for 'i Ha rut UMlshly off a leg hreuft from it. K Bowi tha wicket Atk u who Ing ..t point and might hava made i eaten f it if ha had pwvag ut time, picke-i it up t i i bounce and iir.-w in wi-ll t.. the Wlckathaa p a i who broke the stumps with W lliams standing in Ihc midrdlo of thr wicket, It was a severe los* for Carlton, and it now remained for Pap] p Hutchlneon and E. w. "Heads" Marshall to pull the team out <.f tin i | lioth batarnon snicked fours through the .'lips off King, but ltd down to s^ary for • %  ll Thvv HW past BO. Marshall back drove Atkins for 4, punched him off the i I %  :'.. in 85. %  Skipper WalOOtt brought on King f->r hi: third spell. thai change came a heavy Shower, and in the second ball. Marshall was bowled fag tt> drive Ihe pace i made 20 Including 3 lou ket, were 87 runs, and Carlton were dehill part i %  H lehlt and prompM %  nan over Ihe lea Interval wntaken with the •core at 94 for > wickets. Peppy Hulehinson w> ited with so. King bowled the i md conceded .• single, %  %  ovci from N. I dghill was adJlfBid LEW, by Umpire Walcolt. Six were down fn who had batted well nil day. ; luck attended Carltoo whan with h i 10011 >n i|as run out while attempting a quick sini'l, "huh Warren pushed to •an.rt It was a quick pick up by Phillips who returned over the bails at the wicket-keeper's end Smith to whip off the Smith did a quick bit of Stumping %  asrj over t dismbu Cox who had loaned md Car.ton had no* lost (heii eighth wicket lor ion Phillips relieved King at the Weymoulh end. and knocked OUl l tiitre "tump with the .11 of the <>\ were down for 107. and Edglnll the last man in glided Ihe aeXI %  lie lifted Harris to deep lung on for 2. and for %  single. Warren %  Phillips for thn i an H. cover tor i lo put the scpn> at Frank Ring dropped Ughin .tlong on with the icore This batsman later swept Phillips for 4, and next over Wurr i late cut Boweti for 4. He punched I-. F. Harris to ,.. tor %  •. and pulled the %  full Ditch for a .,:, %  The score renehrd ISO tin Ing spiritedly into the tugging Spartan attack. The ball was knocked into an oblong, and different ball had to be used. N.xt over EdghiU again raised Harris Into lha trees, and m xt bull, ha lifted him (01 on the off side, the bat swinaSna ut Of his hand to square leg Again he lifted Harris I ut Bovren put down a dolly. Tho Boora was ]~0 and Warren hit oj>pishly between cover ami \!racover. but Walcott and Harrison both missed Ihe difficult catch. The iwo had pulled I BrltOO oul of the nil Thej btt with easy and regularity, t iking the en HM Held. h r Phuupa came back Into the sttack, and Warren gtanced alegantl* (or 4 to put the More at 183 Spartan bad COCOI tl %  %  %  %  RACI\<; NOTES /A ///. \ ll\l II I WITH i K on exercise mornings. *>f course i .-acecourse has not U \ and sand track and dirt* track -•xerclmhave been the order of the day. but nevertheless man> of the local stables are beginning lo step mount .d work given their charge*. The actual ran track v looks in magnificent condition and la supporting a luxuriant grow-.h %  .i to us, .' . long the ittable* already in residence at the Paddock is thr string presided over by Jack Fletcher. Although a comparative: ty recent recruit lo the i bjah has already more than made his mark and his hor.se-> stamp of being h-oked after by one who knows the business from A to Z. I have > been particularly lmprs ex] lalden certlgcati N ambej Also In is the disappointing Darhan I is'.cntly asserts. Is good i rlnl anythii g al i x< Mi.se. but does not give of her best on race di l Bn t •tpeed was evident in her | August peifoimances, may %  i No big slat.'. .kriy i n he [ fact, and In Notonite J ICR has something Ol B problem. This | game oh: • -ing his best, but he handled with pal and we maj look forward with a good deal of hot onawance to hit ev ntual recover] Th c (i have had in training lor many m'elit .: potential WUUMra. Pepper Wine ik cut out in Bl but she is looking very well and might i. • acted on Handicap Day. Chutney and Cardinal must both have excellent chance* In F Class. The former is not a tec (to put it mildly i, but plenty of races have been and his two-year-old performances leave no doubt as to his potential class. Cardinal looks fit and well and may I progress thnt so many O.T.C. colts and geldings Often nc appears to me to be the one 10 t-eat in F Class. The fourth member of thr string is thr lovely UHal iA-lflwood—certainly far in a way the best looking Pawky that I hav. seen—who Is going great guns al exercise and look full of speed. The big Chase stable <-onlains plenty of talent. Landmark [ %  going well and max repeat her tnumph in the mile and hair race, but in Mrs. Bear thev have an excellent second string who showed b> her running in August that no i > %  "'' ber and who mud :ter this time. Collrlon was distinctK unlUCSJ laat rowls beaten In his first start. He seem rnlahap and should be a fore* kooed with. The cone! have My Love II stag* hej. lebul If) Love 11 gul shows atgrui ol bet long lay off but Aolous) hei hall Cracker Jack nai unproved greetly and although I am stilt not an%  were to turn out lo IKIVI quite i Uteful Hup* i %  M two Hai %  an of this string %  %  nd lha fact thai B %  > mile makes her an i ad win. His utihcr grey TTlmbroob I too and should have IHIIIlfllail from her last appearance, while Vectis, | i tntle (brl %  lire I prompt demotion Into C. should btl %  i-ery much better horao than she was in August. Lower down in thr ktlon we find March Winds and Viceroy. The former is a tint borae In his daaa, whilst tiir lattar/g chance of winning a messed, bj his owner, as about equal to Ui %  it cricket club winning the first XI competition. In pplta % %  thli oi eel of tooUgnattoa among the marnbera or Ihe said Club, I would not like to say that it was not reasonably accurate, I have already commented favourably on the general condition, of the Bourne rtrli HQ need to change mj opinion Indeed i It IS a matter of | • m e that I was to,, late on t C Air perform. His owner, better equipped Hum most to follow his charge's progress round formed RM that be was Bl .:), |be way he went, and I am ture that ba nill be i rerj grew In his class. Aim Low. Twinkle and Contralto comprise the Massinh stable at MM moment if one dlgeounui the imclgartfled Little Ifegdale, Mr, Lou l big black Blly Contralto ll making g.^xl progress and will, one hopes, compensate him for the performance of her hall -islet Twinkle looks wrll and if she complete* her preparation without mbhap, should have the G class at her mercy. Space forbids ihnt 1 should comment on the other stables in this Ween notes, but I shall try to do so next Sunday. I should conclude howavi i l.v poi n ting OUl that by DO means all the work is being done at the brack and news has reached me of stirring doings in the countrv wtiera training appears to be fraught with l certain amount of personal charge-, to riders and trainers alike. Unfortunately I was not hen the incident to which I refer took place but If I am missing from the track next week, vou wil mo nt a I hrlst Church plantation whence I hope to i blow by blow deai rlpaou, M. 1 AtweO ind ljidy Annette Dangan. Mlaa atargarel Ward The man's team will l>r composed of J. O'l) Egan. Richards Vldrner, Wllllan Atklnaon, N. <;. Dayah, John Rodgtv. L. J. Maskell, I nlni Bellamy, K A. Benjamin. Lord Dangan, A. W. Tempro H V King and P 1) UcDw During the past week %  averal mibltloui challengeri i t.mpts to dimb Ihe ladders, but onl) one nat led. That was in King. pi.iMttg her usually stoadv game. '"' Dpplng .. hole to her opponent, defeated Mrs. Smith, and moved forward toward the leaden who at the week-cm] were, m Ihe order named. Mn, Wilson, Mrs. Vidmer. Mrs. BrasUy. In the men 1 CU \ n Igan failed 10 displace Bayley. hul Menj.tnun atlvanced as bie nt.ult Of %  wsdjtovei when Gcotlrey Manning fniled to accept his challenge. Bellamy made an UO fill effort to displace Dayah al the top of Class ll. while Stanton Topjiin turning Im.-k a challenge from Jim Kellman, after Ine extr i holes Mi Teanpro and Mbe Atw.n staand something of ,t i in their match With Mis. Teiupru challenging, thew pi R> I lie TWO days I iter they met again and one m all even, struggling through the last (out holes m ; , bot Tiny met lor the third tune -" Ft is and for tinthmi tune wen and of nine holuj, but on lha lirst extra hole Miss Atwell won the hold her position. run later. Phi)!:,. i" run oul Warren, Edghill pulled N Bai l'g for 3. and the Carlton innings eanie to ., dose next b.tll when Phillips i aught Warren in ra at I8. Warren had scored 41. and Edghill rarrled his bal for an ui 44 includlr : L 1 fours, J runs. %  i ai thi ind K Walcotl and Atkins scored 6 runs without loss it foro tn< lii'cessfully lha poor light vTANDKRSES v. HARKISON OHXEGE AT THE BAY n.iniM.,1 Collage ut Innlnss ltil Wan garerg i.i inning (for two wick ft* > 3g A grand third wickrl partner%  hip, productive of III runs bctween Id Sen Beedhry and O pe nin g bnuman Emmaii Hope tnablc-d rssvrlton Collage to collect JB4 runs in thur match against Wanderera at thr Bav Reg Mohan Weal Indies h froro England stoic the bOWlIng .'uuiours foi Wanderers with a bag of four for n in .. %  peH of nine overs, foui or winch were maidens. Wanderen have so far collected 38 runs for the loss of two wickets. After two wickets had fallen With only 2\ ,uns on the lin>, Mr. Neadley and fl„ |M eame together In thud wicket partnership which took the score to 107 at tea. vuih Mr. llcadley M ami Hope 37 "\ , 1 re, rertively. After tea, VJ 1, V Z5 oored when Mope w-u out—bowled by lefthander St. Kill fur 47 runs. Afwi Hope*! dismissal, there was a steady procession of batsmen to and from the wicket and which up to then seemed in College's favour took a turn in Wanderers favour. Then Roy Marshall came on to bowl and a't onre had the batsmen in trouble Hope 47, Hewitt 13. Morris 14 and Mr. Heaaley 73, • On pace 5 Grass widow "I th, I mvr and vc hoe you wen getting on. Tom still gwg) "Ym, ftv BM'I be bar* UH mxl eenr, //, %  hai to ewsaf annr a \ci vou'ra not afraid of I i-oljtcd, %  • %  uh. /*, %  fot Hex I.I t, rownuwj '<" %  i • tMS-sy." k lcg believi thai HadDgea'l bat %  pouu) on. 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PACE TT\ SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY; OOTOBT.B 5. 1S! y I I The Queen And Her Advisers My J. GVOm £DE. MM, former ikumv Secretary thai the circle from •entourage" la drawn %  wide as the natloa The difficult-, of ( -rpU*rtfl the ng, insisl process o/ putvrnmrnr lies In tht whKh the fact rjir ti depends *u much on in.hall be i tangible rt-taiionch*}M uihtch arr 1 uelf. much ''.OT .asily ],-U than ana* aj (l mallei' ho* sincere may 'ysed. Tfcts is parflealorii, true of ttf h( efforts of Ihe members of "i. Cruu-n. ta court circle to keep themWITH the*, wore, W Ivor JeniK ?S, fVom poUUcal bias. "" hey will, while they came solely "The ; tungs 'ipeiui Ms chapter on Moiurchs" n> hi* book on Mnnsh r % % %  linttea. Everyone wtio bai participate.! in the practice of government it fcha United Kingdom will endors. 1MB, Whatever linulatsune theo rists ma,> attempt to nupoae, prai tilmner* find it difficult to dii cavar eaaetry drawn lines. The teat-books on the relation ship between the Monarch and thMinisters suffer from having t rely on memoirs dealing wit routine a generation or morn ou of datt. The wrKera ran only surmise i to the intangible relationship* ex iHing at present. Yet it is certaii thai th* gener.il public expect that in th* future these relation ships between Queen EUzabet: and her advi IT. shall contln vfcarassj a iMMigh, did not seek his mat was in 1M3. Whei aars latei Casson wa* earning f 10 a week .tabllkhname for himse f :, d IW0 I i IfsstasM he found tiimseir daubin, .utiDagc oftlrei ir the A.r U After that came a .-pell alechitlcal officer with tnc of Tin and Counts Fri Be Proud of Your English An occasion Safeguard*. when refusal U he was up to hi.* eat ...i lite ,„ s.ulh Bank afl-ii-, which wot Westmin-der. which take, ro K .,, u. one thing la already him his kmatitnood The South most of the stx-mlle as uta— lansl „.„„,„!ng to emerge, however, on Hank „ nu W an ,. mut K,n % %  route to and from the Abber f„ronatlon Day there may be .>d In tranquillity. I pennitte. Perhaps It Is fairer to iay 'hit ouc hes of sprightly innovatio-i myaelf a grumble about the Dom the Job Is being done by two ,i„ w ii side streets. But the Corand the Skylon. -You didn' mBrrled couple-!. With Cassoi on „| )on rout* tuelf will dlscreotlv hour to like them. said Cassot s the lending solril Hl rteeien> ( ho the past, with tradition I equably. nvlrtants are Petet Miller 2 1 the keynote. He and his partnei, NeVillarchltact nn^ Miller's wife Shells .q^ p Coronation." says Ca? om, but II has arisen in the Comuniversal suffrage, for all lh .onwralth. ..dvice they tender to the Queen Formerly, another poeslbb ..nd for ail the aeU they do m luxe Of difficulty was the action her name. be taken on Ministerial advice That model forms the %  n part on sideline*, bigger god better sidelines. He UM a salaried post as Reader in Interior I>aeign at the Royal College of Art. key about with the dlgn ol m K lona ^S? fSXlS: 10 vateiy are of the gilt-edged sort Hn flnds time, how I cannot Imagine, for writing, broadcasting and miscellaneous drawing as well. T'leae are things which help payAre you content with the way you speak and write? Vrc you sure that you are m>t making mistakes that cause teople to underrate you? Never lias the importance of effective speech and writing agiri] mure widely recognised iluui today. If you can express 'oUrself persuasively and forcefully, you have an immense idvanta^e in your professional work an well as in social life. _.h things even If you want to My aim Is to be gay. elegant and 'igtithearted without being facetious; dignified -*'thout beinc pompous." Casson ha* been design irking p..rt. ,t least, create and to ncrease the peerage so that thbasil of each of the self-govei oniidenbly Influence the atmosveto of the House of Lords on prosays: "The methods adopted by the royal entourage, and .loquieted In, perhaps unwillingly, by the royal family, tend lo perpetuate thai social stratification which is so inconsisiefit with democracy. The i the maldlstribulM and vote separately and not always in agreement. Their domestic legislation Is by no mean" uniform. ,.g Dominions which make Uf phere in which she lives gresslve legislation might l>e over'he Brltnh Commonwealth ol C>f this small group Jennings, ridden. The amended ParllaNations who wrote, we should remember, ment Act has rendered the conslduuring the Second World Wnr, eratlon of such a contingency unnecessary. The Queen is safeguarded from any controversy which administrative acts might Involve so long as the doctrine of ministerial -ponslbility is honoured. Por Instance, the Queen exercises the Royal prerogative f •1th. and it Is assisted by mercy on the recommendation of the public school system and the lh. Home Secretary. The action sneoness of the educaUonal ladhe takes never satisfies everyone. Osir. If he recommend* clemency. Already the post-war years ,. on dcmnatory letters arrive from 5^^S £££ ^un W h.vr^ B adc^^ STow^lecSa^ ishledj the. power of the moneMml ,„ lv ^"P"**iS£ gre\T rSuJn. Thltt be ence. some of it violently abusive. ))U , o brin th#tr „,„„.,,„. tn if ho fails to make a recommends„ nfnct to ^^ on worm events, tion. To take one actual example. >n Th| s |g the next stage In ahe the case of Ronald Tm TTitionary process, and one of from the ministerial advice was the great tests of the continued voiced In the House or Commons vitality of British democracy will and remained vocal outside for |*i"Tts ability to accomplish it. many years. The flr1 Elizabethan Age m Next Stage .m era of adventure and expanIt would have been deplorable : on. Those some characteristic if the charge—without foundation, must mark the second Ellzaoplnlon—that this man*oethan Age. (World CopyHoht ) phemerallv. mainly for exhlblfor the family car.** a 1827 'ROIL*, Tions, trade fahf and the like and ihe upbringing of the little ,-ver lnee the war At 42 he Is C aavm girls. Carol., (H) ( Nicola -vplcal of architecture'^ fnastra*') and Dinah (). p,\ generation. 'As an firchlSince the war the Casson raenI hsve built practlcaliv nge. ix Including governess, have Jived in a three-storey. 1840-ish Soon after he qualified his hijiiir off Kensington Church father received Cl 500 under street with fetching grey and %  nmebody*s will. Hr ." .he Que, 1. IM of SSf-'J^"Sr. he SlJte. and hor repre5cntatlve m th advice ol Ministers -r'""'"'£ %  ,~'„M vnu llkt 1" ,e do. to. A. UnitN.tlc **** $&tSF £ house and sell It" Casson -o build a house because aifjasM he while paint on its stucco. Al week-ends mother and father do professional work l n ope leg of the I,-ah aped sitting-room where each has an architect's desk, cm* desk Is noticeably nicer than Thousands of men and women re handicapped because they annot speak and write English urrectly. Every day you may be committing mistakes which depreciate -ou in the eyes of others. Are • ou sure of your spelling? For nstance, do you write gusge or isugv, IM-Mr titled or benefited dright or all i-lghl? Do you stumble over pronunciation? For example, can you pronounce aaaatevr. heapMable. Inventory and preb.tr correcUy ? Is your grammar sound I Can vou depend upon your English not "letting you down" ? .11.ml Against Kinbarrauins; Errors There is a method by which you can guard against embarrassing blunders—the method which embodied m the Effective Englil. Course conducted by the Regent Institute. Consider these diitl ive features: All the throughout i i Da M Md by which, rsity of Queen's Mininter-i j the world must be j o find some means while this essential | ppllcatinn is pre",r i,,|v wnv -if h^mlnf a ^ 0 fe 1lSSr*m£\aXt* resj] nrrhlteet is to put ^nrthlng ^^bb,^ a5 0 who >han ai^c mm *•*... A ... and see tary cause of "social stratification.' The highest forms of education are much more accessible. This lact has considerably increased and widened the range of people from whom the Queen can choose those who shall surround the Throne. The nex* few years will ate th< continuation of these change' The inevitability of their con*e quem-3* cannot he do'jbted The Queen should. In the circumstances of this and the cotn'm. i up as soon as you can "ana see n a week of two n>a rtm ^ what goes wrong. move to a nine-roomed house In *" 2£2 m "JZlXZJt'SZ' rM Mek ftl K"'nton, not far is a -funny little_ peelcaboo freelron caaaon's R.C A. W The l-ylroom Job which sttl! stands por^ to I8BO-1900. which. Casson ..ulslde Wliiehwrter It cost l^f,. it gou^ ^ ^ (h( .-asson senior C 1.173 >",. %  beicks-and-inortar fashion, the ,alue and was sold .after three pife^on eariy-Vlctorian houses months' hawking. Father made having, he considers, about spent no profit on the deal. Between 1933 and 1M8 Casson built foui •norc houses of the same type I C 1.500 to £2.000. His ommtsslor on each house was about £90— not much return for six month' ;) srt-time work." 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PAGF TWHUI. -I NDAV ADVOCATE si'NDAV IM !• •mi; uiu.ait>\ ** %  Lectures On A/YZ> a 1 ILL MORE ERRORS %  %  "-'"3 I Mural l^partrrsseu e. I *a, this bee*.. this Mw iippoiiitmri.i 1.1.1 MVf lags* I usao lb. tmimtrt ... tlUOOat .ee. I say uns Decausc w ITi*tnown| tax* u inc ir^i-sor. ,.HI ••; ,d:"rSL 1 a^S5ift Restt*cialit) tnrn ,,, •_-_, ..1 to discuM thu new aupothtmrni HUM Have legt I ..sao in. un u n eeo made or %  %  '( %  •" a*"" fiom UM st ; %  ""' '" School Mud . TWi would ha* hip <>f tinBt edUCfTtMn in Barbados. A: L prophesy now that unless somil public en< I future many Barbo "1 •I the f- %  1 in the "West lndV* •en. which nro, pro ratio ei popvJ (1 %  djfleoHy tUiif on of the appo M. D. Weslofi. H.S. %  oi the Bernei oil. I knew o( Ita pc %  "' %  Ppoartnieoi f aaoilsi if 1 he ("nil imp 1 1 m %  n %  the I I oring .-.ins bad taker, thfl U %  ,: ill liiehmon i;iri came up indard This ..: %  %  ; thul hi such .1 policy pr he m'ende it or not tt hi ember 16. hound to reduce n .Btld BJ %  gainst Lh. % %  -! h;i ttUes it ecmi t %  %  *"i"f aimi teacher* in ln s to mi. , (if course 011 some future oceau „ 1, 5ion. and If I .'in not side traeKM %  more •rrors of this kind. sii..kapeare-* Stage COfDOd) "f I KINK John i lubu Caesar. Al You Lfl %  I 1 II.. a. Macbeth. 9. Anthon. and Cleopatra. 10. The Winter*-. Tale. The first, on Shalt* ny nvini vrron^ oi inn. " %  • %  The first. i.s he posatbty can ll a*ga*ataa 'his clamour foi st if %  >s given on Mondaj ruibl I teachers, what it is cos* embci at Wakouand (hi terms of anxftfrU tl> an ,.,i,our*gingl> large •he fallaej of the preaUil .. if the lecturer 1 larrison (''>Ueiutiiul miidc on •*"* method. w nl over more <>i lets fammm I .,,,11 .ngrc,. Mn to lr_i, B ,„„ nd ,. ,,,. t method. I shall digress here to give t alBgk There Is or* %  that the Directsperialirt '< lieimeio U tick to his gun% antm t t>U'*U. %  r,Jn UiU cast I am eeaturing M *m wrtaus when-1 writ-this M". causo It would 1 *• to Bnd i",r %  3 !" Ihaaa rig thinf 10 do an 1 xpert discourse on you ravourttc literary period. tg r r> Bapoaiu>>| Mid.rManding %  <( *hirh is essential to lh ment and erIUciarn <.f Hie plaj %  .ited by a fllm-i Iflp a famous drawing, lit then went on to a discus*ii>n "t I numboi •' intereatlng question.indlaaolj lebntable. Are producer* wroru; Shakeapeara'i plays? U Han .%  ut In Srhakesid thjt there ior STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial COUGHS COLDS THERE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE 1 CQLLEQE can help y*>t to success through personal postal tuition Person..' Potl lu.u.-i I I *rc oflcied lh' .ant chani pav nJ *> *t Wr. DM S • %  •••> SnatkNi-jMa* tlKll^X >.|'.I IWIftlW l KlSMH lcl' % % % %  ( I.[i-*tB: Or*n r|. •( rrtH ? %  Sf*ff Q^M-I, l.|-*T.r<4 NM*(|ia**na| • %  •' %  • ..i iaui W %  .1..-1 lailaw-t '"' %  'I'M lic*-myii< T|lll WirlMH IMW'M-I ••• M>MCt.t irHtMiawiTBtiitt.rawi ias).ai'"'itP!asi"0 • io<-w ohmurii I o rawe/no* I Hi %  a>a>oaga;aaaaaaoaoa ) eaooo'>oa.a>ao of 1 j-uch sciunu-e. tho plnv %  lion of En'iulry. J E. B Lumbvr Cleared From Wharf Follow iijj the uiuomlrmed reKi. 0 about possible ban DM week'' '. %  I notified „'.' lutabea deaden who had lumber lylog on the wharl ( I ter bo-ui to haVI il quickly as possible. work t>> pa Irrk' Of lh* yaMst helped to clear th,afnorf iCreat dwd. Some <>f the lumi< 1 lying there but t b OXpl this will be removed early ni ivoefc Up to the present there has been ,. the Hai bOUT M ilut possible Iwd weather, bill burrieane warnlnas art ' HUB And Bicycle Collide THL WEATHER REPORT 11 11 i.i) \\ Raaalail fraaa t "iiimuui nil. loljl Kjlnlall for month Ui dale : .i In. l.iuprraiurr 10.5 I. Wind Velocllv : I miles per hour n. I.I i a.sn.1 1 it.Wi ill *.m.) : 2H.M58. 10-DAV gavriM : 5.49 a.m. Sun*el I fi.OO p in Moon 1 Laot Quarter. October 10. I.IK ll ting i ti.lM) p.m. Illlh TMe l 4.49 a.m.. 441 P.m. i.ow ride i:<> um. tl U p.m. Waterfront Busy unities was raised and by Illustration Mr. Douglas-Smith pouod Out tli.il not 0T1I;. w;is Shakespeafe nol the pioneer of this revolution but was hlrr.*elf not nldalnful "f the unittoi H %  am i.' think. Nor hgVO thit unities been banished forevar; for a modern fxT1IK w.itcrfrdpt bustled with ample of iincompromi.'.inif adaji-r| activity yesterday. The schooners enop to tnis principle \i I niHitliy 11. VansMytssian and found In B C. SheruTs ''Journay'i' /.iU VYoait* which arrived "1 port ftid". ti ^ I on Hiursday und Friday nights It was LntoreaUng lo hear (Hot 1 ly, were unloading then Hamlet was acted at sea by EB, ca. goes of copra aim ch.. ethan sea-dogs not six month this involved the assistance of after it appeared in U>ndon. local dealers In this commodity The lectures arc on successive together with that of the cTcwV Monday nirghts, exrlnding the Another arrival was the schooner bank holiday, and the fee for the Marlon Belle Wolfe r irso \< 84 cents fin Association car go. 'TS and $1.00 for non-mam-^ Launches and their crews had a I 1 in 11 uon.x PIPES -if. We have u limited <|Uunlily of • BI-ST QUALITY KNCU.1S1I GALVANISED PIPE SJPECiAM. CASH OI I lit GALVANIZED PIPE SUITABLE FOH WATF.R OR GAS in *?", V. 1". 1' t". I 1 -.-". -' und I Diameter L-d b, busy day. Thi> Ihe arrival of the ships Golflto and the new Saguenay Terminals ^teamer Kuoadrle which brought .lid general cargo to the island. Many relatives and friends of Har-ld Br< St. I'hibp. 1 12.1 "i p.n r-old '.choolbe r Stroud Land an ... ,, StA AND A1K iftAfnc Police Officer Inlrannil wrrTlt Ihc B OUl 8.' Ward,.,,,., -^ ul ''' f '^' TOnM :'' ??''' For C .'. PLANTATIONS Ltd. 1 1 1" .. 1 2" 2' %  |l M 3" -.• 1 4" 1 BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., lid. (THK BOtTSE FOR BARGAINS) No. lb. Swan Street / Ftione 21119. 1406, 3534 ti IN < \RI.ISI.r: 11AV 1. „ ,, PU|B i. ..iu.%  o cident mi Magazine Lane. Clt>. with the raotoi b i M-761 while he wo* riding bda father*! Wcyci Brow wu*. . L 1. 1 11 Vr rtoa uriw *I>II. II III.I lllVCltl } of the proceeding White Partt. the bicycle not hurt. At fgM | Hsh ci.iini tin' Irns %  %  . %  Uwart sii cran TIlO PrtM fi-n. I.IIAKTUM; dcoma Uicir rSpMUn l-"'ived her, ypMarOy by Ola, vha in.ludni Ihu Wat llGIBU Iron, tl.Kl.nd Inlraniil 0:1 ilit crlekelon. ,.it.t HH LoRBnlp MB w.y hack home. Ho hud ;itIho tMatop, IM Hight Ur. U I.. (.;. "; % % % %  %  Coui M it.-ll-Vllit. „ 9^ ta*t worn out. drprsia. Of n down %  (l*i or two • Oay of Win* will quickly restore Ml %  up (he whole nervoui tyitam. Giving n viullir it 'oriifie* *ou againii taeer and eshsuition and ntn>an u>a> fu* *Uii—IM 7<>u las* % %  altiaciiw trun?^ — %  %  %  — la iwiu •" jBwft!Hr., iV..i r. *. K *ho*rit*> .ithlnf, barolni anl uoaii'r 11 MSM. TTla-l aftvlblti. A %  NmaSfiin. II alopprd uir ...;.... uiinulea. 1 eoulS wat. iyrlai'i< .' eooo4>*aa**a•**a ' * >4n aa.r-4 • diarawd. A New Discovery N,.„4l If .It 0:'",-l'.l. bU dld.t.l .1:1 osulaieea l"U hair nrr mi > ,„M and i. !" ,,,,. I feaU alrnoH li.a poadrr whan m .'., t ( iiiii. n.ioiiip no'" u tti auM to *u .' %  ,
%  • ** 1,1 ii nii it.n liouMn In lliaaa S wafi. I> !" BBII in ma UHIIIIH-. ".-Mi and killi Ilia mtrrobea ar P.ra% %  ler fkin omonnn itinai i>aiuitia_BiHl IIMII.T BUCKFAST TttXir WINE ..... nkllttr -al Ilia „ il ,-l. .,..|h Works Fast IhCftu'a Huaocm .. WSsaMgcoUa lo paM -kin inaibla.. Sotlsfoctlon Guoronfoo>d Nlaadam %  a 1 '.on a ill ba aai*-l al Jj*.f rf. 1 > V* 1 :; last liaap am *i-f lO—daria (n oaa <"n and al ilw aad of rial tiair It tia> 1ah. ckai. oioovr ._ iaaenllcan aitrarurrV.' Ktrd Pi -I... UaM aitl i-.-"..%  nirad wliarevar T fa. of ran •! Mm the *mpt pa-kfe ad rei: m b* rafundad in uil n. Nn rsol CMioiil lodar. Tha cuarema* pioi%  Doctors Hrove A Lovelier Complexien in 14 Days /Q mm For a Brighter. Fresher ^, \ .' ,." '^ 1 Complexion, use Palmolive 11I ^>' / '*"^*S{Soap as Doctors Advised "' leading ikin pes and retara juurne.vs I.IHSI be <-ompli-ii-' by II.. .nil..-r 15th. Consult veur travel aSaat, or rail B.W.I.A.,








ESTABLISHED



PRIME MINISTERS ~

1895

Sunday



a re ee ee



BARBADOS, Oe POBE.® 5, 1952

ILL



TRY



TO BUILD UP EMPIRE TRADE

Mr. Braine Wants
A Declaration

THE COMMONWEALT
London in November to discuss the sterling area's payments

difficulties. The issues inv
theme of the meeting will

trade—particularly Empire trade.

how best can this pe done?
The suggestion of a prominent
Conservative M.P., Mr. Bernard
Braine, Honorary Secrete~y of tne
Imperial Affairs Committee, is for
a Commonwealth Declaration cf

Independence. This, he states in
the latest issue of “Comment
should be the first iiem on the
agenda,

Last year Britain bought goods
from the United States to the
value of £380 millions. In return
we exported goods to the yvclue of
only £153 million. To close the |
gap, exports would need to be;
nearly trebled and even if that
were possible, American manu-
facturing interests might not per-
mit it to happen. j

There are only three ways the}
gap can te breached, says Mr.}
Braine. The Americans could buy
more from overseas. They could
lend more thus stimuleting the
development of new wealth or
they could continue paying others
to take their goods.

Unhappily, he continues, they,
show little readiness to understand
the



need for the first, they are
not seriously interested in the
second and are curiously insensi-

tive to the resentment engendered
by the third,

There is always the possibility
that the dollar problem will in
time solve itself. The United
States, far from being a land with
@ surplus of raw materials. is now
faced with a deficit. The expan- {|
sion of her economy is so rapid
that within the next 25 years it
is likely it will double itself. It
will thus create the dual needs to
import ever increasing quantities |
of raw materials and export)
capital to develop new sources of
supply.

Long before this state of affairs |
is reached much can happen. And |
in any event, says Mr Braine,| 3
the sterling areas wealth, while
available to all, is not just there | §
to be sucked into the American;
economy regardless of the effect
apon the rest of the world,

The way in which economic de-
velopment of the Commonwealth
is undertaken cannot be separated
from the needs, both social and



economic. of its peovles.
What then should we do, he
asks?

There is no easy way out of the}
difficulties. Tax concessions .can |
bring about additional effort from
the individual but Government
must do more than that. It must)
show clearly that the era of drift
is at an end and that henceforward
we intend to rely upon our own)
resources of strength at home and
in the Cemmonwealth. Within }
such a unit there could be no more |
effective long-term instrument for |
building up trade and stimulating
development than verre tas

iff's.

But Britain has surrendered the} h
right to use that instrument. Un-
der the Washington Loan Agree-
ment and under the Gener al

U.K. Will Reply
To Iran Today

LONDON, Oct. 4.

The British Foreign Office said
Rritain’s replv to Iranian premier
Mohammed Mossadegh’s “ultima-
tum” for sttlement of the oil
dispute would be presented today
in Teheran.

The reply was expected to re-
ject the ultimatum proposal
whch expires today but informed
sources said it would leave the
door open for further dis ion
of an attempted settloment.—U.P









Premier Pinay’s
Govt. Threatened

PARIS, Oct. 4.
Attempts to oust Foreign Min-
ister Robert Schuman chiefly on
the grounds that he is subjecting
France to American domination,
threatened on Saturday to explode
into a crisis for Premier Pinay’s
Government, Pinay has indicated |
he would quit if Schuman were

forced to resign.
—U-P.

Theatre Fire
Claims Anather

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4.
The Empire Theatre fire last
Thursday afternoon claimed an-
other death early this morning.
Boysie Samaroo, 22, one of the
projectionists trapped in they;
theatre’s projection room by the
sudden fire died at the Port-of-
Spain Colonial Hospital where
he had_ been detained since
Thursday.
Joseph Mahabir his co-worker
who had also been trapped died
yesterday.

SUSPENDED

(From Our Own Cecrespondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4





S. G. Benson, Trinidad’s Super-
intendent of Prisor nce Sep-
tember
pend ¢



aging
fane

|right to

| give or

H PRIME MINISTERS meet in |

olved are several. The main!
be the building up of world

Agreement on Tariffs
Britain undertook not
existing tariff pre

and Trade
to increase
erences to Com-





monweuith territories nor to grant
new ones

Mr, Braine points out that tar-
iffs can be bar trade but
hey hay and nobody
would ast their wholesale re-
moval. ‘Tariff preferences on the
other hand cannot be regarded as
barriers to trade. They ensure
reductions in tariffs in orde to



encourage trade to flow in particu-
lar directions. They stimulate the
production and exchange of desir-
able commodities, and by encou
bilateral and regional bal-
s of trade are a stabilising







facto
In a wor
raw mater

a short of goods and
, a restoration of ihe

tariff preferences

1ediately effect the
volume of inter-Commonwealth
trade But the situation will
chanze once the peak of re-arma-
ment has been reached and then,
he warns, it might be too late to



adjust
would not im







requirements wherever possible

Remanded



from C: da rather than from the

United ites, but there are some

who are fearful of taking this O

step. They argue it would give n ar e
needless offence to the a

States. Yet the Americans them-

selves give tariff preferences to

the Philippines and Cuba as well
as to their own dependencies. And

the United States can give
ee preferciace. to, foreign
lands, then the countries .of, the

Of Robbery

His.Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith,
Acting’ Petice Magistrate of Di

Empire, bound, by far more inti- wales ipesyesterday
file ties, should be allowed to Unfit Wetober 7 Arthur Hinds a
use the same instrument freely. abourer of Martindales Road an
a charge of robbery with vio-
It could not be objected, Mir. lence.
Braine concludes, that the restor- Mr. F. G. Smith is appearing

ation of Commonwealth rights to’ 9n
exchange preferences tor
would impair the rest of G.A.T.T,
since it would make no difference
to agreements already
with foreign countries to
tariffs.

There would be distinct advan-
tages also in extending perferen-
tial treatment to Western Europe.
Whatever the argument for or
against an outright merger of the

behalf of Hinds
Springer is conducting the
ease for the pros*cution. Bail in
ree the sum of £25 was allowed
reached INQUIRY ADJOURNED

reduce

The inquiry einto the
stances surrounding the death of
24-year-old Kenneth Springer oi
Flat Rock, St. George was further
adjourned yesterday by His Wor-

while Inspec-



circum-

E.P.U. and the sterling area, it i ship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting

: > ~ y « jetri “ ,
quite feasible to tie-up European Police c oroner of District ‘A’
and sterling aréa economies by Util Saturday, October 11.

means of a three-tier tariff sys- Kenneth Springer was detained

tem. Under this, all trade with-,at the General Hospital on Sep-
in the Commonwealth, and per-|tember 18 after he was involved
aps some trade between thejin an accident on Haggatt Hall
Commonwealth and Westernjroad with a car about 11.15 a.m,
Europe would enjoy full prefer- | the same day. He died at the
ence, And all other trade between |General Hospita! five days later.
Western Europe and the ey T. B. RADAR SOLD.

c ealth would have a lower|—— ecg
upreferenice rating” while remain- The T, B. Radar, a motor vessel
ing trade would have no prefer-|now lying in Carlisle Bay which
ence at all, was in dispute in the Court of

Such a system, claims Mr.|Admiralty in the suite of the
Braine, would provide assured | Owner, master and crew of the



Stuamship Amakura, was sold to
Mr, M. E. R
of $11,000,

His Lordship the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore, Chief of the
Admiralty, gave directions for the
sale of the motor vessel to Mr.
Bourne

YACHTSMEN

markets for a large par of the
world. It would promote stability
and create confidence in the
future. It would safeguard em-
ployment, encourage investment,
reduce dependence upon the
United States, and above all hasten
convertibilit

. Bourne for the sum






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| FIVE TRINIDAD YACHTSMEN here pictured at the Barbados
Yacht Club arrived here yesterday to take part in the 2nd Inter-
colonial Tournament The other
of the Trinidad team is due to

Tornado this week member

arrive today

remanded






€ RIC KE TERS RETURN

fin

i

f

begin the process of readjustment. |

In recent years an effective |»
preference has been enjoyed by (
the sterling area Commonwealth
because of the general dollar re
shertage. Sut t kind of pret- }
erence is indiscriminate and un- i
selective. To take just one exam- tie
ple, it operates, against the Cana- hy
dians. Grave injury has been in- CLYDE WALCOTT, Everton Weekes and Roy Marshall, three Barbadian professionals who returned by tho ‘Golfito” yesterday after a sne f
| flicted on Anglo-Canadian trade. cessful season in tie Dancashire jpeneue, in England. Also agen in the picture are Everton's wife and their six-month-old son :

We could seek io repair the|-——— ae “ 7
| damage by importing our dollar }

ar

| Barbadian

U.S. Drafts Angr
J gry’ Cricketers

Note To Russia —























with ed 15—1,
want of a
Luck«

rous here in the mid- ‘moved a motion to ban subversive
literature, seconded iy for discus-

referred to his anti-, sion

spee last night at

speech ist nig In the course of his peech
get into
what I
and thig
rong protest from the
who revarded it as a

nearly fell

econder

agreed through for

but Lione)

cooperatives and

the action Congress had taken on

Fishernain Dead: |:





; axing these cooperative which who earler t year
Wonmn Arrested \ are so numerous here
die-west,
Leslie Moore, a_ fisherman He also
Half Moon Fort, St. Lucey, 4d Communist
ym his way to the General H fem yvaukee saying he wanted to




Jagan spoke of
power you

vill do to

; brought a st

‘when IJ
and sec
you all,”

’itel in the Police Van about 1

o'clock last night’ after it I
lleged that he had been stabbed would res
at, Bull’s Alley zens,

ize that any drive
under his Ike
pect the

against
iders
rights uf

wait
hip :

citi-



rember




Moore's body was later remov- enhower meanwhile prepar- | threat
ed to the Public Mortuary ed a major policy atement t . .

Eulalese Martin or Bryan (25),| ‘follow wu charge that Luckhoo who spe eaded the
+ domestic servant of Hagg Commun h: id penetrated the attack n the motior described
Hill, St Andrew, has beer J ac ministration and had caused an! Strachan and Smith elf-con-
arrested in connéction with ihe} “ugly triurnph—treason itself.”’ | fessed militant Communists whose
matter —U.P. allegiance was not to the crow

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General Clay Takes The Blame.















itt}
NEW YORK, Oct that iman had brought th fo the Amer ‘ Ber 1X
General ‘L icius Clay said on mat ‘aa up at this time. He 4 and of the ))
Saturday that he takes full re- “He ha ittempted to involv4 the Hi 4 I
sponsibility for arranging Amer- General Eisenhower i 1 picture confe me 1 Briti ii}
ican access to Berlin and that in which Gener: EFisenho French and Ruf fficials j i
Dwight Eisenhower had nothing had no direct part.” He iid he cluding thie ‘ State A if
directly to do with it Clay never heard any complaints at bassador to Great B " \
issued a tatement in answer the time about arrangement Feen held I ) 1 if
to a speech made by President made in 1945 for the entry of fo e occupat ‘GCG i)
Truman in San Francisco in United States troops to Bel He there )))
the President charged and that Truman had brought roa e use to enter B )]
Eisenhower was partly to the matter up on Saturday fe I ! { ; t \
for the Berlin blockade. ‘the first time h te tor ‘
‘ormer deputy to Eisenhower, Clay said that as_Bise
tive in Eisenhower's Re- deputy for the Milit (
t imp f the Pres- 1 are?
vf t ‘ U.P



SA




In Fi ilm Fire

outside }
destroyec

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4
TRINIDAD’S FILM CITY located in St. James just
*ort-of-Spain proper, had a fire last night which
1 about $400,000 worth of films. The blaze which

broke

day’s Em
thing Ca

technicolour

earlier.

‘The

out
lasted about 90 minutes. It

after an explosion ir

followed by

the nding reom

24 hours Thurs-



pire Theatre fire and ate such new films as Any
n Happen, and Just For You a Bing Crosby
musical which was ore about 24 hours

I it torehouse for all
the colony's films was established

a fe ycurs ago by film companies
is 10 doing business here ty put an ened

to frequent disast as Kh is ta
city it timated “th Paran-

: mount lost about 45 films hue

7 !
Returns Pee 5

Artists suffered the greatest loss

tt. Rev. .€

Dishop of Barbados, returned
j home yesterday in the S.S, Golfito
jtrom England after an absence of
lsix month
| At the Baggage Warehouse to
{welcome him were the Very Re
E. Hazlewood, Dean of St
lt acl and many other mem
gg s of the Clergy and Laity
The Bishop said that he had
|\ve enjoyable stay in the U.K
| ring whi time 1 visited
jm ny pat otf England and al
; went over to Scotland for a time
Wuring his iour, he met man
lw mbers of the Anglican Clerg
Oo ustd to be in Barbado

luding Rev. H. J. Scott of St.
eonard’s, Rev. Hutchins of Si
Aatthias, Canon P. D. W. Moore
id others who have sent kind

embrances to their many
ends on the island
Bishop Mandeville attended
hird World Confrence oO
hurehes in Sweden when ovet
250 delegates from all part o

main religious church o
1 orld attended,

He said that the Conference
is held on the grounds of the
niversity of Lund and _ lasted
xr” two weeks and the rea
ung which impressed

as the spiri
nd mutual 1
Bishop Mar

secure two priests,

id Rev. Ru
Diocese
ming out to



Ht A Mandeville, |

everyon

t of great friendshi
inderstanding
ideville was able to
the Rev, Potts
ssell of London fot
and these will be

Barbados early next















! $ ir
He said that Mr, Russell, ;
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4, ack ome tu ae nt who will be ordained’ by
1 tishop
The United States is drafting an angry note to Moscow | Ce ven fe aoe next
é ‘ , >. € nin out ft

protesting a “shameful” unryecadented demand for the im Three Barbadian profeasional| aster "and seven ree en ie

mediate recall of Ambd © Georgesl’. Kennan topmost cricketers “(Clyde Walcott, Roy} Codrington College. are expected THE LORD. BISHOP

United States expert on Soviet affairs. Marshall and Everton Weekes)]to arrive here as soon as passage: ecereeentinaee desi

From President Truman and . eT er orate nae from[°an be arranged
Secretary of State Acheson down england by the Golfito after hav- ——— >..2 r
through the State Department} " a : a ssful season in the 1 1 - . I rince Aly Khan
canks, tempers were high over the! ° * | Lancashire League both with the ’ :
Kremlin's blunt order. | Musical Recital }|; bat and the ball, Everton wa mM ustrialists Will Talk W ith

Stiff re-allatory measures were " x | *« injied by h ie and 2 ’ ¢ :
-eported under close study, in- At SL. Leonard S$ |! mn Os eee u ull Cost $24,000 His Lawyer M day
cluding the possible demand for aS ‘ sion

sn File * . The were met at the Baggage (From Our Own Covre de . -

the ouster from the U.S. of new | The musical recital ; 3 ? UBB AL respondens)

a akin aia id Salet at St. /| \Varehouse by Mr. F. A. C. Cl PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 4 IS. Oc
Russian Ambassador Georg! Zar- | Leonard's. Ohurch in aid of Le teres ia Pe fa Ss ma 'hp-comh. ok tie “ieik ‘oa , ae dedi ai aeons Oct. 4,
ste wal mite Pana | Choir Funds promises to be j ‘al of the sarbado Cric ket} ! British industrial idviser et fer with hig Siew R aaa Mon =
credentials a » ainme . . é , MK yi 8 yer on } day
ib .te :, de ve a 2. Ne serious ” fine enterts: ent. | Association he British West Indies sometime} because hi: itter x at reconeilia-
jus en day , AB m fo. 8 us There are fourteen items | his monts is put at $24,000. This! t } 4s 5 npt at reconeilia-
thought was eine ee cen’ on the programme. These Clyde and Everton, who played| vill be borne by oe pede ae ; ay with uta Hayworth “is not
ae Crees vl t 7 Ormatic Teranone include soprano, tenor and or Enfield d Bacup respec fad, Jamaica and British Gui te S ty ria sf The ay ~~ yg
ante ; obaas ae Moscow baritone solos, while in ad- tively, will be returning to Eng-,Governments, the Honour tbl r A ae eae 7 7 :s ys . ‘ ni
at ton oe Cree ee oa ; a hy dition to the organ solos land next year, while Roy, who|R. W. Robertson, Financial Secre- ave heres els Seer hat Mas
salc ; ne re : ake r ps ‘i * My there will be solos by violin, immed out for Lowerhouse, has{tary disclosed Per = rie. aS My te on ir p r miber 24, at “a
chilly formal rela Seta ros ot saw, trumpet and clarinet, no plans for the future which will be led t ; am] least for the time being” she had
continue indefinitely between the played by members of the biel iss ec ry Lineoln| dropped divorce proceedings
be gerleegicy on ees ape t Police Band. Roy told the Advocate that they Me aimee oan csv: Indu aga'nst her princely nye sband, and
until after the United States clec- * . had very wet season wt weet amited wi eave Englan he moved into his Paris home,
i , ieve, weve In addition to these there ida n which was] p.tonen 1° a ,
er oS eeu tell monks | will be an all male quartette incidentally, a bad financial on one A Phe visit is being} R tarted flowing on Sat-
eerotncnd. ws UP, led by Mr. -¥es‘us hempest. os a the point of view of the Indies ap een ts of a We he irday morning that the “on onan

. be a clubs, . who wal na igait romance was 0
- hingpelt one aa solois , o be advised on future industrial vir Mi Hayworth had
. ook iad On er tears se that Mr. He said that Worrell and Rama-| /¢velopment. moved to the Ritz Hotel.—wU.P.
Planter Outlines | 8. Burke Organist of the dhin had remained in England
nt . ge Church, and his son will both _~ ven von and himself,
" were q e prepare oO play
Economic Position | | render ‘organ solos. igainst ‘the Indians If thelr sete
(Prom Our Own Correspondent) lc or eats See ere cal nad ti
GRENADA, Oct. 4. ee _ fm eee
sec: ticle » Wey ax aye
indian a eee ate U.S. Ti I i No bother, no worry,
a i airy amaLes s
Grenada”, Mr. Louis Strauss, ed ;
English planter, gives an outline} Deeply Disturb B.G. Aeeiitidore only infinite
of the facts of the island's ect 7 m a Oct. 4 le d j
mic position. He says that as a DULUTH, Minnesota, Oct. pleasure and enjoyment
esult Mr. Gairy last Thursday| _ Eiserhower on paigning ae ? Denounces
eieited his Lasanesse estate “ac-| Minnesota and the Dakotas tok si
visited his Lasages 5 “—_ 1c™ oogeoee ily sh Rentbe crowd that tax- | C to dining and enter-
20 aniec av reats. ¢ every] * . . |
pomess e oy ag : i i ve \ payers were deeply disturbed bs | ommunism ay F I:
Ee Aa tune ir is + ‘fe j the “sheer thievery” which had a | taining, simply by
simular ate 0 la sulrerce : ns ‘ - ale ‘ Govern-| ree spondent) .
during the 1951 strike by the /occurred in ne re ; â„¢ aiid B.G., Oct serving K.W.V. Wines.
Governor's ADC. If anything|ment. The nominee lc ul oa Frid ce |
{h-ppens to my estate people or | # Duluth for a day of pl ee Ly
(myself, the instigator should be)ping into North and = Soulls ¢ ot y Dr |
as al scover.” | Dakota Chede j nt r th |
jiscover. ae 1€G * 1
ge ade . holds a Market} He said the en sacaeia ee ment to lift the ban on entry Into
em am e 4 gusted by the inept leadership We ihe slony of Billy St han and |
Square meeting to-nigh deen having over the? past a e - rae i
| seve n yea He said he was :
aware of the growth of farm- The motion, which was defeat-



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will present a
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at 7.30 p.m,
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ADY RANCE, wife of Sir
Hutert Rence, Governe f
Trinidad, was intransit fro: E-
land by the ss. “Golfito” yester-

day on her way hack to Trinidad
after a holiday in the U.K.

She was accompanied by Mrs.
J. Eastiey, wife of Commander
Eastley, Private Secretary to Sir
Hubert Rance.

Physician Specialist

R. DENIS BERNARR IRWIN,
M.RC.P, (Englatid 1947),
M.D., (London 1948), has been
appointed on three years’ agree-
ment to the pdést of Physician
Specialist, Barbados Genera! Hos-
pital.

He arrived in the colony yester-
day by the S.S. Goifito from the
United Kingdom and was accom-
panied by Mrs. Irwin and _ their
two children.

Mr. Irwin who
























is 35 years of
age ro M.R.C.S. ang
L.R.C.P. in January, 1940, and
M.B., BS., in May 1940. From
July 1942 to December, 1946, he
served tn the Royal Army Medica
Corps. being graded as Phyaiciar,
in January, 1944,

Since 1946 when he was demob-

Mr. &

Intransit Worthing, Sussex.

The ceremony which wa

ISS ENID BROOKES who is
a clerk at the General Post



Married Yesterday a

‘horal was conducted-by the Rt.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952

—



Mrs. PETER WAY



ilised from the R.A.M.C., Mr De ththe ?
Irwin worked in Westminster Y PSTERDAY afternoon at 4.00 Exhibition Of Booklets
Hospital, England, where _ till o'clock at St. John’s Church ae j
recently he held the posts of Senior Mr. Peter Way, son of Mr. and N exhibition of. booklets Bs
Medicai Registrar and Senior Mrs. Way of Indian Pond, St. ~ be on show in the British
Tutor, and Medical Officer to the Jos ph, took his “bride Miss Council Reading Room, Wakefield,
Nursing Staff. smart, second daughter of Mr, Whitepark Road for two weeks
ind Mrs. Smart of Kynance, from Monday 6th October.

This series of authoritative
assessments of authors, past and
present, who have influenced their
own and later times is printed for

s fully

Rev. Bishop Bentley assisted by ~itie + é
Office, Basseterre, St. Kitts, was > pl A. = eanieee. The bride Cendant Oy
among fhe intransit passengers yh. was given in marriage by appear as worthy ‘Supplsmenta' to
from Grenada yesterday morning Dr. W. H. E. Johnson wore a «British Book Naw’ Bach issue
by pate She had been spend- 3)..5 of white lace with a veil has a portrait frontispiece and a
ne a Ao oc and is now on and Juliet cap of tule and orange select bibliography.
er way back home. blesscms. Her bouquet was of -
i ta ‘roses, xpress y designed to inter-
Spent Three Months wee Tae sis as ae est tha serious student of litera-
She was attended by Miss voan ture, and to serve as a
ETURNING to the U.S.A. on Knight and Miss Sara Egglesfield introduction to the authors trent
A’. Thursday last via Puerto wii wore picture gowns of ap- ed, the booklets are excellent
wico by B.W.I.A, were Miss Eunice |jiqued tulle over lavender and backgrounds to further study.
fones, Public Health Nurse of jj,4, carried muffs of lavender. “No recent project has been more
Brooklyn and her cousin Master The duties of bestman fell to justifiable and more admirable”,
Eustace Jones.

They had been
spending three months’ holiday in
the island as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arlington King of “Horace-

Mr. David Murray

On Goodwill! Tour

M* C. SPANTON ASHDOWN,
A Assistant Manager of the
Trinidad Office of the Alcoa
Steamship Company who arrived
in Barbados on Thursday last left
for St. Lucia by B.W.1A. yester-

From England

f ‘APT. E.
4 missioner of the

Ambulance 3rigade, and

while those
of ushers were performed by Mr.
Eric Robinson, Mr. Douglas Mul-

SLAB. Chief Back

B. WILLIAMS,
St.

Williams and their daughter Miss

says the Times Literary Supple-
ment, “The Work of chosen au-
thorities, worth their place in the

Roplesfie 2 -, Shelves of every reader.”
ville”, 2 ill. len, John Egglesfield and Mr. vy = yea & mM
Walle i hie Dieta Miss David Evans. Recent issues include | Shelly
Jones took the opportunity to _ 4 reception was held at Indian a Stephen Spender, “Elizabeth
vis t Trinidad, — Pond and the honeymoon is be- Owen by Jocelyn Brooke,
4 ng spent at Sam Lord’s Castle. Milton” by E. M. W, Tillyard

and “Edith
Lehmann.

There are so far 29 titles in the
series,

Sitwell” by John

Com-
John
Mrs.

Back Home
Me: HORACE CLARKE of
“Brentford”, Belleville re«

day. Rlizabeth Williams, returned turned home during the week by

Mr. Ashdown is on a goodwill from. England yesterday by the B.W.I.A. from the U.S.A. via
tour of the area and from St. Golfite after three months’ holi- Puerto Rico, He accompanied
Lucia will return to Trinidad 9@y. eat land oh, Wite for a six weeks’ holiday.
thus completing shis eight-day _ Mrs. Williams, who is Island She is spending four months with
tour. He was a guest at the Commissioner for Girl Guides, at- her aunt, Mrs, R, Van Exen, of

_ SEAN-PIERRE

Ph. 4084 -:- Hastings





Aquatic Club,
Back From U.S.A‘

R, JOHN A. PEREIRA who

arrived here recently from
the U.S.A. has been released from

tended the Chief Commissioner's
Conference at Foxlease while in
the U.K.

She was welcomed back home
by a Guard of Honour of Guides
and Rangers under Miss_ E.
Laborde, Commissioner for Rang-

Brooklyn, New York.
A Son
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.

and Mrs. J. C. Proute of My
Lord’s Hill on the birth of a son







FET

At

ST. GABRIEL'S
SCHOOL

| On
|

| Saturday, 18th October
| 3 pm. — 7 p.m.

|

In Aid of

THE SCHOOL BUILDING
| FUND

STALLS:
Needlework
Sweets
Iee Creams
Cakes
Food
Lucky Dips
| Games
Pony Rides
Toys
Variety
Grand Film Show for the
Children from 6 p.m, to

| 6.30 p.m.
Admission to Fete
ADULTS q 1/-
CHILDREN . 6d.

BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION

COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)

announce that as from

TUESDAY 7th OCT.



during the rebuilding of their Premises, their offices will be

situated in

TEMPORARY PREMISES

AT

Lower Broad Street — (opposite
Plantations Ltd. Building)

where the
Holder

Cheques may present

full Banking service will be conducted.

of Traveller's Letters of Credit and Traveller's
these at the small annexe which is |
being established in Collins Ltd.’s building in Broad Street |

where a limited Banking service will be provided.



active duty as a Corporal attached
to the 82nd Airborne Division of
the Paratroop Unit stationed at
Fort Bragg, North Carolina,

ers.







Visiting Relatives

on Friday last, Mother and babe
are well. :

Back From Studying

is sd e . I RS. A. K. PAYNE = arrived ¥
iene ot een: Se ne M here during the week from R, KEITH MELVILLE _ re-
and Commission Merchant of the U.S.A. via Puerto Bico: on 3 fre thet ae plage op ee
Rickett Street, visit to her relatives. She is the New ene United Kingdom and
Before joining the service two former Miss Elaine Jemmott and then Ss where he has been fur-
years ago he wasn the automobile } = &4°°* of hor sister anc hrotier- Has bee * areas ae aaa
business with his elder brother !!-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johanseon pote of Optor meine ae -
Carlos in Long Island of Hastings. ille w io dike arent goa
Mr. .Payne who is a Civil th fae H “2 younger son of
Cocktail Dance Engineer and a_ graduate of of St NAdHiog oe eae Vicar
Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, the late De. Maceours iaet
HERE will be a _ Cocktail U.S.A., was unable to make the Optometrist. who was his grand-
Dance at the Crane Hotel on ‘Tip owing to pressure of work father,
Monday October 6 in aid of the 22d hopes to join his wife later.
Convent of the Good Shepherd He r Bi .
from 6 p.m. to Midnight. ‘a, good Advocate Dance OPPS Birthday
public response is asked as it will "WHE “ADVOCATE SPORTS ONGRATULATIONS to Master
help a deserving cause. CLUB” will hold their dance

The music will be supplied by tomorrow night at the Drill Hall
Mr. Keith Campbell and his under the patronage of the Hon.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952 ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

ECZEMA

fe You Can Stop Burning

, Irritation Quickly

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Prescription applied to
the bad place. Feel how
wickly the fiery itritaton
es down Quickly and
completely the disfiguring
patches disappear. Thanks
to the powerful action of
this soothing, healing quid

SUNDAY

eat ‘Gardening Hints rom And Garden
For Amateurs | i aunacss

The Age of Chivalry * Amateur: PG REALING

IT has long been recognized that no farm animal equals
. : | the hog in turning food quickly into meat. Are we putting
BB It’s hardly believable, . E —? i” . Pp 2
‘ By G. B. Ss October iy be pines pa a —_ this fact to sufficient use in these difficult times, for there

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of the castle on their adver- battle of the hedgerows, as the] that when sown tney are sprinkie.



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THE brilliant screen version of Sir Walter Scott’s|over those seed-boxes, with a! ducing animal that the farmer or even the househo dey your skin is clear again, od
famous historical romance, IVANHOE has found its way to | CY « , ‘~ in order for} has at his disposal? Unfortunately, sanitary authorities caa \\ wanowt epee or besmith erjumed
Barbados in double-quick time and is now showing at the |*°s), POUoDe we SPORE, be unnecessarily hard on pig-keepers; true, it is not the 7 rae ual Dolsine
e gardeners who go in for aay sae s e , y invaluable in all cases of olagné
Globe Theatre. I am well aware that there are bound to lannuals, will begin looking at fas-| ‘fault of the pig if it is allowed to exist under squalid and , Spots. Pimples, Boils, Ul-
be differences of opinion and of individual reactions to an |einating seed-catalogues, making! —_ insanitary conditions. ope ie oe Ee are get, Bed Lng toe Gloriously light for day
historical film of this kind, but nevertheless, it is a truly wt 2 long list of seeds while in- eres : _!@ gentle reminder that there is a or Scalds. Keep a bottle and evening, in all the famous
magnificent production in which 12th century manners and lovely the pt son A " - ew | pig about than to be deprived of in the home. orld by C
customs, modes of thought and patterns of living are bril- © SAREE ES OO Sem POU] q R @me to cons arketable Sees eveayvennce.
' nou i 1 1 ear. | t onsume unmarketable
liantly recreated with infinite attention to detail. . | produce or discarded food from |
. ; ~ : oie It is mot everyone, however, iz tee kitchen, with meat prices as! ya tte tLe
he? main plot concerns,the gripping story, make this who sows thew paraen seeas as hey are to-day. A well-kept pig! .
valiant, crusade of Sir Wilfrid excell Ivanhoe. to liberate his ting, grand manner, noia wat tnis is wo early, and | domestic animal, especially under
Richard I of England who is held they sow tneir seeds in vecem- | : Ftesent day ecghomie conditions, KEEP COOL :
captive in Austria, and to thwart BREAKTHROUGH ber, January or even repruary.| THE other day someone told me Well, to continue, The term Silky-smooth to the skin, in al! Goya
the conspiracy of Prince John to some sow even later stil, jhe was thinking of trying Me- thrifty is fully justified in rela- KEEP FRESH the lovely Goya fragrances.
usurp the throne of his brother. Lapet week eat a wicges that iar ae be luwd down Basse - & Uber. I was delighted _ to. Pie. It is, ee, ~ Lipsti hb
. struck me as being definitely one , i a One OL Lnose iscovered that he was] @'ecr’s business to see that, by > 2
The action is spectacular of the better war films. It was garaen questions whicn must be contemplating careful management, this charac- KEEP FRAGRANT
throughout,, beginning with the BREAKTHROUGH and is now/#)SWered individually to tne lik- outting me-| feristic is maintained at a high a Of beautifully blended textare and
jousting in’ the lists, when the playing at the Plaza Barbarees, | 78 v Sach ASCE HE | Basse in an level if the greatest and most Use’: | in shades to flatter all colourings,
challenging knight attempts to With a strong cast headed by! stowever, whenever the seeds | open run| Prelitable weight gains are to be a tacedlaeeeiaae ae eal
unhorse his opponent by charg- David Brian, John Agar and ar aidan OS a w here it ao yg Fo unit of food con~ OE Ne
ing down the lists armed with a Prank Lovejoy, it is a aramatic.| as his job pF a ae Meno’ me k b ; Tartenne “ath oe neg Cnae: SP
sharply pointed tilt. Then there intense and realistic war picture] jp. just ‘as we eer, , Fe ee OF oe ee ee ke
s “ € : just aS well wo start getuny through and raised for market, With breed-~ | |
is the memorable scene of the told in semi-documentary style) tneni reaay early j 3 ren ing stock, while the main object |
storming ef Torquilstone Castle by with Army film_ sequences in- F es oe is st{ll to maintain animals in a TOILET SOAP \ Goya Soap
the Saxons, armed with their serted to great effect. Seed-boxes should never be big, also be a healhy and thrifty condition, : . coe
bows and arrows, who overcome nt j clumsy Lungs at require a uv.!SOurce of damp to his pullets. | feed and management must be ; Superbly perfumed, super-lathering
the Normans, albeit the latter The plot concerns the training}of mould to fill them, Depth is The purpose of litter in a laying] directed against a tendency to The Soap that leaves creamy smooth—=to beautilly the skin
have the. advantage of such of an American infantry platoon,) unnecessary, ior Wie secu: pen is to insulate the hens from] fatten. The treatment of the and leave it delightfully fragrant
|roots are uny and do nol requar damp. Therefore never put litter | ®reecing animal will, therefore | you clean, fresh and
L466 GOOES

saries, And finally, there is the C.I’s literally “crawl” across the on tne suriace so tne whoie dept
deadly duel fought with a spiked country, and the final capture of of the soil in the box is avallaple
mace and an_ axe, between St, Lo, jfor the roots.

DeBois-Guilbert and Ivanhoe The best type of seed-box iS a
that leaves one breathlessly There is no mawkish senti-|jight box measuring about tour
wondering how anyone survived mentality in this film, and the inches deep by 12 inchs wide by

house
keep adding litter every three or

If you put in clean litter when
you place

all

your
you

pullets in
need to do is

the
to

four weeks. Except for the drop-

ping pens and any parts which

intended for slaughter.
Experienced farmers know that|
if breeding sows are allowed te
become too fat, they may fail to
breed regulariy, the litters are
likely to be small and vigorous
health, for the object i: view,
more difficult to maintain. While



toe,





ee

(OSC SOS?

have become wet, there is no need

st 1 cone

this type of combat. men of the platoon are charac- 24 inches iong. Such a box hus
: terized so that we know them
Complex characterizations
not expected in such a film and ajties and friendships and
the majority of the characters are yeactions under the emotional
real and clearly portrayed. Thus jmpact of war. The three main!
we see the valiance of Ivanhoe, ¢huracters are a lieutenant,
who jis still the ideal knight, in (john Agar) a hard-bitten infan-|
his crusade for his king; the self- tpy captain whose emotions are’
denial of Isaac and Rebecca, who we}] hidden (David Brian) and @

are well—their hopes and fears, loy= smal! amount Of soil to fil] it, ana

the advantage of requiring 4

of being easily handied. It

often necessary to move sved-
boxes about, they may neea
more sun, or they may be getting
too much sun, or they may have
to be given shelter if heavy rain
threatens. In all these emergen-

to clean the litter more than once
a year,
on
litter
down or caked on to
Especially
and
take care and fork the
to prevent matting.

But you must always be
the iookout to see that the
does not become mattec ,
the floor. |
around feed hoppers
fountains you must
litter up
Never leave
Remove it at once,

water

wet litter.



a fattening hog ma,
finement and be fed considerable
quantities of starchy food, in-
cluding corn, the breeding anima
—male or female—must be allow-
ed a greater measure of freedom
and exercise, pastured if possible
and given a supplementary ratior
rich in protein and mineral in-

ients. These two elements are

; : 6 ®
though Jews and _ treated as pattie-wise sergeant (Frank Love-| jes the at hat can | It is penny wise, pound een much needed by developing ,
Infidels, give all they have to joy), with the latter as modera-| lifted es ea the raet to iad "aot tea * oe birds,\ pigs, they also stimulate the mill CHU )
ransom Richard; the hatred of tor to his senior officers, have. The small seed-box is | potential ee ae S ae ee ajfow which is further assisted by '
Ivanhoe’s father , Sir Cedric for ‘The acting is of a high standard| aj, idle aduenke . } money earner through}adequate amounts ef green food.
the Aeveaeasas Ret eehediny ea gis 8) p also a decided advantage when |bad sanitation. If you are going }If breeding stock aie to be turned
riciousness of Prince John’s ex- throughout, as are production) the time comes to plant out the jin for poultry-keeping the scien=} ou. to pasture, they should be 4
yacionsn® ‘th ‘1s fea i values and photography, Realistic) seedlings for the box can be taken |tific way you cannot afford to} properly mnEna ip BE ho Amey ORT Af
Sreme nD Me when he dialogue and martial music both}to the garden bed, and the seed- Jignore basic facts. The only way} them from damaging the root
orders his cou to pronounce made their separate contributions | lings lifted and planted one at a]to make poultry keeping pay is] system of grasses or other forage

Rebecea a witch, and the arch- 49 g dramatic war film.

villainy of DeBois-Guilbert, who
JERSEY JOE vs. ROCKY

promises freedom for Ivanhoe'’s
father on condition that the MARCIANO & TARZAN

knight surrenders—and then im-

time, so suffering less hardship
and shock than if they had all to
be taken up, put in a basket and
then wait their turn to be planted
out.

to follow a carefully thought-out

plan. Fortunately you dont have
to think this plan out for yourself,
You just have to follow the ad-
vice which is contained in these

by excessive rooting. An ideal
method in the tropics is the col-
ony house and paddock system. |
These convenient houses are so
built that they can be thoroughly



prisons : Sir Cedric in the The big draw at the Plaza,| The soil for filling the seed- or fen 2, be avoiding ventilated (so essential for pigs
eescons. Bridgetown is the film of th€)poxes should be a mixture of | She tai rae ie pitfalls which beset! at all times) and moved around !
ae from paddock to paddock to per-|

world heavyweight championship

The cast is probably one of the sont petween Jersey Joe Waicott

garden mould, fine charcoal andj
a little sand. These three in-!

It is true that conditions in Bar-



mit forage to re-establish itself





10th

most» notable ever assembled ; i : aes , hi ints d Teli -
; ; " > and Roc Marciano, All thir- ‘ ; Y ee ste i i "=| and for the maintenance of proper ‘abric
with acting monows gees ao tae Sn, ROSE, Ne"aton in aataleeehe be mea Together mad [Gate iar Sunes anenata® ohecenae | sanitation Breeding, goal Anew ®
men: ts Wachee, Taylor jot only from ringside, but from|gifted, making a fine light and|search work into» poultry keeping j aaNet better health | Shop in the

convincingly portrays the ideals within the ring itselfi—blow-by-
ies ee, me age ag blow—with the final knock-out as
Joan eee ara ore 1, Well as the blow that floored
fates OM eart, and (20089 Marciano in the first round, in

she is an excellent actress, I still : .
: eg : he wag S1OW motion. It’s a good fight and| mixture. Allow it to settle and] ten to the tales of those who have] , DN ei acaae a pens,
Oe the Sth comaeny onan her fans certainly won't want to miss/then fill up again. roe es “ae poten it wouk ‘ape, Tenacaaie a: Pare Grane ane
2 it - y retusing to follow P . > ‘ ,
er 5 all good, ‘Tender, young Para \ nal stock
costumes denoted the 12th cen: Shelter of some kind should be|any advice but their own, Y nh 46 ‘very much ‘relished, on An international

tury, The same is true—but toa ‘he feature film is TARZAN’S
lesser degree of Elizabeth Tay- SAVAGE FURY in which the
lor, who is warmly appealing a5 jungle man had adventures
Rebecca, the exquisite beauty galore. The story revolves around
doomed to sorrow. The supporting two English crooks who persuade
cast contains such names at Fin- Tarzan to lead them to the dan-
ley Currie, as the gruff but gerous Wazuri tribe, who use a
kindly Sir Cedric, Emlyn Willi- fortune in cut and uneut dia-
ams as the jester Wamba, Felix monds for their various cere-
Aylmer as Isaac the Jew and monies, Charging rhinos, a black
George Sanders and Robert puma, man-eating crocodiles and
Douglas, the screen’s two master jrate hippos all make the safari
villains, as DeBois-Guilbert and q pretty dangerous affair, but

ps ene epee Tarzan manages to get the party |thus forming a roof over te yom 3 Hae hogar po

ir Hug e racy. st, but through, only to have the crooks |seedlings heads while the sides | come as naturally to us as lifting| ately, it does no rive unde Ps

never least, England’s fine actor, reveal their true colours, where-jare still quite open, This cover | our elbows. So we have to be| very dry conditions and appre- will delight you — if only because you will invariably
ciates semi-shade for permanent find what you want !

Norman Wooland as Richard the upon he outwits them and saves

porous mixture for the boxes,
After a layer of stones has been ;
put in the bottom of the boxes
they should be filled with this

provided for the seed-boxes, for
after planting it is disheartening
to have the seeds washed away,
or seedlings beaten down by a
sudden shower.

| If there is no open shed or
verandah available under which
to put the seed-boxes, shelter
must be rigged up on the boxes
themselves. This is done by nail-
ing a short upright stick to each
corner of the box and placing a
cover on top of the four sticks,
the

is not kept on all the time, but is

is carried on, and for this reason
the advice of the local vet. ought
to be asked whenever you feel in
meed of such advice. But don't lis-

can keep ordinary hens like that
but if you spend money on good
breed birds, good feed, good sani-
tation and good management don't
listen to the amateur. He may be
right but the chances are that he
doesn’t know because he is too
proud to seek information from
the right source.

I am hammering home this
point because all of us in Barba-
dos suffer from this “know-all’”
bump. We just cannot believe
that we were not born with facul-
ties which make poultry keeping

reminded by our mistakes that we
don’t know quite as much as we










Where space or land is too lim-|
ited for this method, the soiling |
system should be practised. That |
is to say, green fodder should be |

well as black-eye pea vines and
other legumes. Green food par
excellence is furnished by the |
plant known as Primrose—one |
of the richest in protein of the)
non-legumes to be found in these)
parts, although not common in|
this island. We write from ex-
perience of the effect of this won- |
derful plant on the milk flow of |
both pigs and dairy cattle, Young |
chickens too devour it freely when |
cut atid hung in bunches where
they can jump for it. Unfortun-|

establishment. Stock-owners of

Lion Hearted, whose spectacular i irst sign of rain,
entranie at the end of the film is the demonts. ne ee. ve oe oe when the | thought we did, all classes should make the

F i f brilliant, Lex Barker, Dorothy Hale and ar i Megasse is an excellent litter | acquaintance of this useful and
eae ares: \ weather clears. It is wise too to the best there is for insulating | ornamental plant, but especially

Patrice Knowles head the cast

colourful pageantry scene.

cover the boxes at sun-down in



with young Tommy Carleton as a ai i j 7

Outstanding photography a new - boy. Y vate better [28° of rain during the ann, |save yourself a lot of unnecessary | grow it in their yards. The De-
hi hly effecti musical score look to his laurels in about ten remember 4 take the couse o* | cleaning by adopting it. But don’t! partment of Agriculture or the,
ig) ective c in the morning if the weather is | jet it get wet or matted and if it| Civic Circle could, no doubt, be |

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SUNDAY

GOODBYE INDIAN TOUR Yesterday's Cricket

TO WEST INDIES

Intercolonial Yachting And
Basketball This Week

By O. S. COPPIN

HERE is every indication in West Indian as well as Indian ericket

circles that the proposed tour of an Indian team to Barbados in
1952-53 will not materialise. A Reuter’s Press message last week
from India credited Mr. J. C. Mukerjea, President of the Indian Cricket
Board of Control with saying that the Indian tour of the West Indies
might fall through unless certain modifications, suggested by the
Indian Board, are accepted by the West Indies Cricket authorities.

India’s idea, the despatch went on to quote, was that there should
be one day’s rest after three days’ play in each Test match and two
days’ rest before each Test match,

He added that if the Indian Board did not receive a reply by
October 6 in time for a meeting of the Board on that day that it would
be assumed that the proposals had not betn accepted.

WHAT “CHEEK”!

HIS is a complete example of consummate “cheek” and certainly

constitutes the most amazing example of indifference that has
been exhibited by a responsible cricket body, to my knowledge, ever
since I began to study Imperial cricket.

The West Indies Cricket Board of Control have not yet released
their reply or comment on these dcmands but I am certain that the
Board will find themselves unable to grant this modification amon
the many other preposterous ones the Indian Board has been making
all during the course of the negotiations.

They have asked to change or amend the list of fixtures no fewer
than three times. They have asked to be flown to London so that
they could make steamship connections there because of their having
to leave later following their Test commitments with Pakistan.

W.L. MAY LOSE $18,000
7T}HE WEST INDIES BOARD OF CONTROL have already informed

the Indian Board that the tour might result in a loss of 50,000
rupees or ($18,000 B.W.I.) rather than make any profit. How in the
face of this information a Board can then ask for modifications that
are bound to increase expenses and restrict the sources of revenue
can only be regarded as supreme indifference

We are asking them to play six-day Tests of five hours each and
we played in India five-day Tests of six hours each. We played in
India even on SUNDAYS, the day on which the Master himself
rested, and now the West Indies are being told that the Indians must
rest after three days, and they will also rest on Sundays in these
parts as well.

TIRED! WELL STAY AT HOME

HE PRESIDENT has been reported as saying that the Indian team

is tired. If they arc tired then they should say so and stay at
home. We could searcely be expected to spend $144,000 and then
make arrangements for a rest cure. :

The West Indies Cricket Board of Control have done everything
possible, as far as I can understand, to mect some of the demand:
made by the Indian Board, but it is time that the Board say No and
put an end to this nonsensical fencing. Y 2 ;

It is not that the Indian team has, exactly suone in its r.cent
tour of England and we could scarcely be accused of boasting if we
compare with pardonable pride our own results of our tour of Englana

in 19é
NO MORE PUSHING AROUND
E were accorded the unwritten right to challenge Australia for
We eae cricket supremacy. We were beaten but not disgraced and
I fail to see any logical reason why we should submit ourselves to
these hid nd-seek negotiations,

The West. Indies Cricket Board of Control oY uld Or beg to *
allowed to jose $18,000 on an Indian tour and in the face cf It be con=
tinually pushed around. My advice to the Board is to CALL IT OFF.

INTERCOLONIAL TORNADO TOURNEY
ET us wish the Tornadoes good weather and good sailing when the
Second Intercolonial Tornado tournament opens 1n Carlisle Bay
on Tuesday afternoon this week. Five members of the team arrived
yesterday and the sixth member is due today, : :
i The Barbados Tornadoes have put in some hard practice in
preparation for this tournament and have so far sailed seven trial
races. The eighth and final race takes place this morning and the
team will be chosen after,
TWO CERTAIN — A THIRD TODAY
INCE the three boats to represent Barbados wil! be chosen on the
points gained during the Trial races, Vamoose which heads the
list with 50 points nett, and Edril, second in the line-up with 45
points nett will be two of the three.

Today’s results however will decide the keen struggle that has
been obtaining for third place, Fury 38 points, Thunder 37 points and
Comet 35 points are the candidates, ,

Barbadians can be found here, there and everywhere and it is not
surprising that two members of the Trinidad Tornado team are Bar-
badians——R. F. “Frankie” Mayers (captain) and Peter King. I have
always hailed sport on an Intercolonial level regardless of the branch
of sport and these yachtsmen should be congratulated in having suc-
cessfully arranged for fhe return tournament.

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TOO ;

HE series of Intercolonial Basketball games wihich begins on

Tuesday October 7 at the Y.M.P.C. grounds promises to be very
interesting. The team selected to represent the colony against the
Carib Bears is a good all-round one and should give a good account
of themselves if the younger players can overeome their stage fright,

The Bears have in their ranks some of the top names in Trinidad
basketball and their speed and ball handling will test every depart-
ment of the local players game.

Although the Trinidadians have been playing on concrete for
the past three seasons, the Y.M.P.C. court is in first class condition
and the changeover should not be too difficult for the Bears.

GIFTS
FWNHERE are donations of uniforms by Esso through their local
agents Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co,, Ltd, and a painting of the
Crane Beach is being donated by Mr. G. L. Hurley of Strathclyde to
the captain of the winning team of the series,

The first match begins on Tuesday October 7 when the Carib
Bears will play against a Combined Harrison College Old Boys and
Carlton XI, Wednesday October 8 the first test, Friday October 10 the
Carib Bears will meet the Harrison College team, Saturday October
11, the second test and Tuesday October 14 the third and final test.

GOLF TEAMS NAMED FOR ANNUAL MATCH

HE first regular fixture on the 1952-53 schedule will be played
& at the Rockley Golf and Country Club tomorrow when the men’s
team meets the ladies’ in the annual Battle of thu Sexes. Twelve
players will represent each side in twclve-hole singles matches. How-
ever, the players will start in fours, two matches being played
simultancously.

Mrs, R. Vidmer, the ladies’ captain, will have with her Mrs,
Brenda Wilson, Mrs. Keelah King, Mrs. Winnie Mocintyre, Mrs. Doreen
Beasley, Mrs. Vera Manning, Mrs. Eileen Maskell, Mrs. Peggy Smith,







Carlton First Innings 189
Spartan First Innings (for

no wicket) . 6

A glorious last wicket partne«
ship of 82 runs between K. 5
Warren and George Edghill
Queen's Park ‘yesterday gave
Carlton an evén chance in their
key game against Spartan when
their match began’ yesterday.

Warren 41 and Edghill, 44 not out,
carried the Carlton score from 107
for nine wickets to 189 at 5.10.

It was indeed a grand partner-
ship, coming at a time when Carl-
ton badly needed the runs. It was
not an unblemished partnership,
fer between them they shared six
chances. but it was a partnership
full of lustre and one which pro-
vided grand entertainment for an
otherwise dull game. It was a
partnership marked with confi-
dence and big-heartedness, and
the spectators, probably the larg-
est crowd to witness a match this
reason, paid it due tribute,

Edghill, playing at times with
easy confidence, and hitting at
other times with great force, three
times lifted L. F. Harris over the
boundary for sixes. The last ona
was a spectacle in itself, Edghill
hit hard and high, the ball soar~
ing over the long off boundary,
and the bat ‘filing over the
umpire’s head at square leg about
half way to the boundary.

During the game, Spartan and
Barbados all rounder Clyde Wal-
cott who landed here yesterday
from England, arrived at the
grounds accompanied by his wife.
Spectators on the field rushed to
welcome him. and as he entered
the pavilion. those in the Stand
gave him a big hand. He will
play in the game, and will bat
next Saturday.

Carlton won the toss and batted
on the perfect Queen’s Park
wicket. Reynold #Achinson and
Charlie McKenzie opened the bat-
ting, while Frank King and
Phillips spearheaded the Spartan
attack.

King conceded a single in the
first over, and in the second over,
Phillips conceded singles in the
first and fourth balls. In the last
ball of the over, however, he beat



and bowled McKenzie for two,
with three runs on the tins.
Lueas joined Hutchinson and

carried the score to 17 when
Phillips found Lutas’ stumps to
claim the second Carlton wicket.
Boogles Williams went out to
carry on the innings, but he and
Hutchinson did not remain long
together. With only six added to
the score, King claimed his first
victim of the day when he suc-
cessfully appealed for lLb.w.
against Peynold Hutchinson,

Three Carlton wickets had
fallen in seven ovdrs under the
steady Spartan attack and only

22 runs were scored,

Young Peppy Hutchinson joined
Williams, and ‘the two batted
confidently for a time. Then with
the score at 38, the Black Rock
team suffered a great set back.
Boogles Williams was run out for
9. He cut uppishly off a leg breat
from B. K, Bowen and ran down
the wicket. Atkins who was field-
ing at point, and might have made
a catch of it if he had moved, in
time, picked it up first bouncé and
iihrew in well to ‘the wicket-
keeper who broke the stumps with
Williams standing in the middle
of the wicket,

It was a severe loss for Carl-
ton, and it now’ remained for
Peppy Hutchinson and E. W.
“Heads” Marshall to pull their
team out of the rut.

Both batsmen snicked fours
through the slips off King, but
soon settled down to play with
the concentration necessary for
the occasion. They saw the score
past 60. Marshall back drove
Atkins for 4, punched him off the

k foot past t wicket for
+, and Hutchinson hook-
for another 4 to race the

up to 85,
The batsmen had get on top
the bowlers, and Skipper “Wal+
cott brought on King for his

third spell.

With this change came a heavy
shower, and in the second ball,
Marshall was bowled attempt-
ing to drive the pace bowler. He
made 26 including 3 fours.

Five wickets were down for
87 runs, and Carlton were de-
finitely in trouble. Edghill part-
nered Hutchinson, and promptl
glanced the first delivery for oa
single.

Next over the tea interval was
taken with the score at 94 for 5
wickets. Peppy Hutchinson was
undefeated with 30.

King bowled the first
after tea and conceded
and in the next over from N,
Harris, Edghill was adjudged
L.B.W. by Umpire Walcott. Six
were down for 98 runs, and
Warren joined Peppy Hutchinson
who had batted well all day.



over
a single,

More ill luck attended Carlton
when with the _ score at ‘100,
Hutchinson Was run out while

attempting a quick single off one

which Warren pushed to short
mid wicket.

It was a quick pick up by
Phillips who returned over the

bails at the wicket-keeper’s end
for Camie Smith to whip off the
bails.

Smith did a quick bit of
étumping in Harris’ next over to

dismiss Cox who had_ joined
Warren, and Cariton had now
fost their eighth wicket for 106
runs.

Phillips relieved King at the
Weymouth end, and knocked out

Burke’s centre stump with the
second ball of the over. Nine
were down for 107, and Edghill
the last man in glided the next

ball for a single.

He lifted Harris to deep long
on for 2, and patently cover
drove him for a single. Warren
off drove Phillips for three, and
punched N, Harris past extra
cover for 4 to put the sepre at
120 runs,

Frank King dropped Edghill at
long on with the score at 124.
This batsman later swept Phil-
lips for 4, and next over Warren
jate cut Bowen for 4. He punched
L. F. Harris to deep extra cover
for 2, and pulled the next ball,
a full pitch for a single to put 140
on the tins. Bowen put down an
easy catch off Warren at mid otf
next over.

The Carlton tail was wagging
Edghill lifted Harris for 6, and
pulled him for another four when
Roach dropped in the pull dnd the
ball went on to the boundary.

The score reached 150,° these
{wo jumping spiritedly into the
flagging Spartan attack. The ball
was knocked into an oblong, and
a different ball had to be used.

Next over Edghill again raised
Harris into the trees, and next
ball, he lifted him for another 6
on the off side, the bat swinging
out of his hand to square leg.

Again he lifted Harris overhead,
but Bowen put down a dolly. The
score was 170 and Warren hit up-
pishly between cover and extra-
cover, but Walcott and Harrison
both missed the difficult catch.

The two had pulled Carlton
out of the rut. They hit with easy
confidence and regularity, taking

advantage of the errors in the
field,

Speedster Phillips came back
into the attack, and Warren

glanced elegantly for 4 to put the
score at 183 Spartan had com-
pletely lost the advantage, and a



Lady Annette Dangan, Mrs, Nesta Tempro, Miss Faye Atwell and

Miss Margaret Ward.

_ The men’s team will be composed of J. O’D Egan, Richards
Vidmer, William Atkinson, N. G. Daysh, John Rodger, L, J. Maskell,

Colin Bellamy, E, A, Benjamin, Lord Dangan, A

King and P. D, McDermott,

. W. Tempro, H, V.

During the past week several ambitious challengers made at-

tempts to climb the ladders, but only one succeeded.

That was in

the ladies’ section, where Mrs. King, playing her usually steady game,
never dropping a hole to her opponent, defeated Mrs. Smith, and
moved forward toward the leaders, who at the week-end were, in

the order named, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs,

In the men’s Cli
Benjamin advanced



as the

Vidmer, Mrs. Beasley.

ss A division, Egan failed to displace Bayley, but
1 result of a
Manning failed to accept his challenge.

walkover when Geoffrey
Bellamy made an unsuccess~

ful effort to displace Daysh at the top of Class B, while Stanton Toppin
held his position, turning back a challenge from Jim Kellman, after

playing nine extra holes

Mrs. Tempro and Miss Atwell staged something of a marathon

in their match,
holes to a tie.

With Mrs. Tempro challenging, they played nine
Two days later they met again and once more ended

all even, struggling through the last four holes in a downpour of rain

which left both competitors drenched,

They met for the third time

on Friday and for the third time were even at the end of nine holes,
but on the first extra hole Miss Atwell won the hold her position.





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his food, just no use to any-

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Tom still away ?"’ one.”*
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ADVOCATE

RACING NOTES

WITH entry day Ce two and half week thcve is a
steadily quickening tempo of activity at the track on exercise mornings.
Of course, up to the present, the actual racecourse has not been open
and sand track and ‘dirt’ track exercise have been the order of the
day, but nevertheless many of the local stables are beginning to step

away,

up the amount of work given their charges. The actual race track |

incidentally looks in magnificent condition and is supporting a
juxuriant growth of grass which will, if the weather is kind to us, |
provide a beautiful cushion by September.

Pi»minent among the stables already in residence at the Paddock |

is the string presided over by Jack Fletcher. Although a comparative-
ly recent recruit to the ranks of trainers, Jack has already more than
made his mark and his horses bear the unmistakable stamp of being
looked after by one who knows the business from A to Z. I have
been particularly impressed by the progress made by the two-year-old
Stirling Dawn, now the property of a syndicate. A month ago this
was a clumsy backward [filly whose presence in races in November

could only be justificd on the grounds that it would be valuable ex- |
Now she has shaped up to a remarkable degree and |

perience for her.

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is doing all that is asked of her at oxercise in most promising style. |
She is likely to be still backward by November, but she will certainly |

be far from a hopeless case should all go well with her.

Working with Stirling Dawn at present is Colombus who seems |

fully recovered from his jirevious setbacks and should certainly be
in the picture this meeting. I have always liked this horse and I cer-

tainly expect him to lose his maiden certificate in November, Also in |
the string is the disappointing Darham Jane and the very promising |
Devil's Symphony. The former, her trainer consistently asserts, is good |

enough to outsprint anything at exercise, but does not give of her best
on race day. The latter whese brilliant speed was evident in her
August performances, may quite easily reward her connections in
November. No big stable unless phenomenally lucky, is Ukely ta he
100% perfect, and in Notonite Jack has something of a problem. This
game old warrior is certainly not. looking his best, but he is being
handled with patience and sympathy and we may look forward with
a good deal of hope if not with confidence to his eventual recovery.
The Chandler string is the smallest they have had in training
for many meetings, but they are all potential winners. Pepper Wine
will have her work cut out in Bl but she is looking very well and
ought not to be neglected on Handicap Day. Chutney and Cardinal
must both have excellent chances in F Class. The former is not a

|

free sweater (to put it mildly), but plenty of races have been won by |

suffercrs from this complaint and his two-year-old performances
leave no doubt as to his potential class. Cardinal looks fit and well
and may make the steady progress that so many O.T.C. colts and geld-
ings often do

in F Class. little

The fourth member of the string is the lovely

At the moment he appears to me to be the one to beat |

Driftwood—certainly far in a way the best looking Pawky that I have |

seen—who is going great guns at exercise and looks full of speed. \

The big Chase stable contains plenty of talent. Landmark is
going well and may repeat her triumph in the mile and half race, but
in Mrs. Bear they have an excellent second string who showed by
her running in August that no distance is beyond her and who must
be harder and fitter this time. Colleton was distinctly unlucky last
meeting to fall after he had been narrowly beaten in his first start.
He seems to have recovered from his mishap and should be a force
to be reckoned with.
to be able to earn her oats and in addition we have My Love II stag-
ing a comeback, and Jealousy making her debut. My Love II still |
shows signs of her long lay off but Jealousy her half sister by Jim
Cracker Jack has improved greatly and although I am still not en-
amoured of her looks, I would not be a bit surprised if she were to
turn out to have quite a useful turn of speed.

Rupert Mayers ought not to have very much difficulty in saddling
a winner or two, Harroween is of course the queen of this string
and the fact that she can carry her speed over a mile makes her an |
easy horse to pl and win. His other grey Trimbrook is useful |
too and should have benefited from her last appearance, while Vectis,
a trifle fortunate to secure a prompt demotion into C, should be a





ve much better horse than she was in August. Lower down in the |
classification we find Mareh Winds and Viceroy. The former is a
useful horse in his class, whilst the latter’s chance of winning a

race have been assessed, by his owner, as about equal to those of a
certain prominent cricket club winning the first XI competition. In
spite of this opinion engendering a good deal of indignation among
the members of the said Club, I would not like to say that it was not |
reasonably accurate, '

I have already commented favourably on the general condition |
of the Bourne string and see no need to change my opinion. Indeed |
it is a matter of great regret to me that I was too late on the track |
yesterday to see Castle in the Air perform. His owner, better equip-
ped than most to follow his charge’s progress round the course, in-
formed me that he was very satisfied with the way he went, and I am |
ture that he will be a very great danger in his class. Aim Low, |
Twinkle and Contralto comprise the Massiah stable at the moment if
one discounts the unclassified Little Megdale. Mr. Lou Fischer's
big black filly Contralto is making good progress and will, one hopes,
compensate him for the performance of her half sister. Twinkle looks
well and if she completes her preparation without mishap, should
have the G class at her mercy.

Space forbids that I should comment on the other stables in this |
week’s notes, but I shall try to do so next Sunday. I should conclude |
however by pointing out that by no means all the work is being done |
at the track and news has reached me of stirring doings in the country |
where training appears to be fraught with a certain amount of per-
sonal charges to riders and trainers alike. Unfortunately I was not |
present how the incident to which I refer ' f
missing from the track next week, you wil robe , fi at a
certain Christ Church plantation whe et ee
blow by blow description,

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The consistent if moderate Rambler Rose ought |



took place, but if I am |

ence I hope to be able to send a }

run later, Phillips missed a chance
to run out Warren. Edghill
pulled N. Harris to deep fine
leg for 3, and the Carlton in-
nings came to a close next ball
when Phillips caught Warren in
the slips with the score at 189.
Warren had scored 41, and Edghill
ot his bat for an undefeated
: including 3 sixes and 2 fours. with only 21 runs ;

a eatihe ee added 82 ae a Headley and ok te Seuniade
Spart: vere one over a € in ; ir ricke artnershi
crease, and K, Walcott and At- which ae ee tr107 at te
kins scored 6 runs without loss with Mr. Headley 54 and Hove of

Roy Marshall, West
cricketer, just back from England
stole the bowling honours for
Wanderers with a bag of four for
17 in a spell of nine overs, fou
of which were maidens. Wander-
ers have so far collected 38 runs
for the loss of two wickets,

After two wickets had fallen

before they < saled successfully :
against the eae ao vn eee , a respectively. After tea,
, Hove 8 zune —— scored wihen
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COLLEGE AT THE BAY After Hope’s dismissal, there
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opening batsman Emman Hope Once had the batsmen in trouble
enabled Harrison College to collect _ Besides Hope 47, Hewitt 13,
164 runs in their match against Morris 14 and Mr, Headley 73,
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~*~") Second Intercolonial Tornado ee Ss ee SCOR SES eee



























































CARLTON vs, SPARTA w a
@. a | Page 4 onl LODGE vs. POLICE Cartien—ist ae . c Athingse > Mx one 14
To Ww aber’ ° lege batsman reach- police (for 9 wickets) 291 R. Hutchinson lbw. F. King 8 W. Knowles ¢ Williams b Simmons 9
e pic r doub and the innings Police occupied the wicket for © M ps zie we eit : & Eroverbs not out ¥ ®
Ou. n en e ins | ues av ee th Reid’s dismis- the whole day yesterday in their © § ‘Willams run ont : ae eT
Sé Denis Atkinson shared the match against Lodge School G. Hutchinson run out 34
bowling honours with Marshall played at Lodge. Honours of the E. y oman b F, King 2h Total for two wicket 38
ae I curing three w ‘ ; F ghill 1.b.w. 'N. Harris 5
THE Second Intercolonial Tornado Tournament be- baer sper ip reesn = oie Sabin wha. Gep-sounne ee ot K. B. Warren ¢ Phillip: b" Marris 41 Pal) of withete: 110, 3x
> . Ona COSt ‘ . H ‘ox stpd. wkpr. Smith, b N BOWLING ANALYSIS
tween Barbados and Trinidad will be sailed " Carlisle Bay - - vers, five of which were maidens. runs in fine style. When stumps Harris 6 oo Rw
this week beginning Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock and . Mr. Headley’s innings of 73 were drawn Police had made 291 F. Burke b Phillip 1 Mr. _ Headley o
continuing cach succeeding day until Sunday morning. inact aoe were ane igh: cone ye a tance ~ eee - pees vce
pa = wos, while ope also Vac Six attiing tor olice e ac an Police for & kts “
t > a | w wT]
’ Yesterday morning, tive members of the six-man Trini. boundaries in his innings of 47 ind F. Taylor opened the innings Total 189 Police—ist Innings
dad team arrived by British West Indian Airways. The Wanderers opened their innings and the first wicket fell with the 5. oy wicker sia — ¢. Blackman b Wilkie 12 f
other member, Roger »Hartley-Booth, will arrive to-day. 1.20 with Eric Atkinson and score at 32. The batsman out was _ jg" °h7 "os 7-100, d106 Sion -B. Dodson Tun ont = ,
Their yachts, TK 45, TK 47 and Skipper (TK 48) arrive W. Knowles: to the -bowling of Blackman who scored 12 runs, he BOWLING ANALYSIS w Farmer ¢ Grant b farmer 2
: : ; nmor ' ' i 7 : , the , , d ¢ tpe >
to-night on board the Dutch liner Willemstad. eeritons ped, Be Headley. With rh a Oe ee nS & 8 & ehese wer 6 eee 103
be captained by Mr. E. L. G. mu 0 on the board, Knowles **- . ) ; F. Phillips 13 1 43 3 A. Blenman 1b.w. Farmer 60
The five members of the Trini- Hoad, Snr, who will sail his boat out caught by Williams off . Dodson or for thr a Fe o.oo ¢ 2 2 ¢@ &- Aimey c Grant b Parmer a
dad team to arrive yesterday Vamoose, partnered by his son bowling of Simmons for nine, 50°" seat Tay Sarees gy on e * aawen he ee Bee ae chee c Mumey & Faime 3
e R. F. ‘Frankie’ r verbs who came in at the partnered Taylor and shortly after ! arri us 1 3 3 € ins not ou 5
were . F. rankie’ Mayers, Tony, Md who came in at the fall jo was at the wicket, Tayler was “ * Hagtis 3 0 C. Bradshaw not out 2
(Captain); Peter King (two Bar- There will be five races“ot the 2s e wicket is eight not out clean bowled by Wilkie with the c A eRTAN 187 INNINGS . Extra 2
badians), Alex Rennie, John tournament to be sailed on Tues- with partner is David Mayers woe at 49 and his contribution. K. Waleott mot nut 5 Total “on
} Murray and Paul Tennyson. day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- fall ot ie The - ae ‘a 27 T k ~é Fal
day and Saturday, and an open oe was Met of E. Atkinson who “ Byer partnered Farmer, and did otal (for no wicket) 6 all of wickets; 1-32 2—41, 3—43
The “ A nik aoe . scored 14. Roy Marshes : , - 4-69, 5-98, 6—198.
ieee 4a en team will be race to be sailed on Sunday yak gone i6 the wick nal has Not » bit of good work, but with the BOWLING ANALYSIS BOWLING ANALYSIS
consis of tte niet , the morning, § . ’ , score at sixty nine Byer was Ed .. 4 ke ene 2 oo 2
1 race of the PICKWIC ‘aught by the wicket-keeper off © Edgehill 1 0 6 a 4 alker 4 6 18 Q
a , avs . V ss. E . . PIcKWICK EMPIRE AT THE VA R. Mayer: 5 17 ’
Feel ene which will take ‘The first tournament was held x ve EMPIRE the bowling of J. Farmer ar te pe en ey ; hte 8
| Place during the morning. It will at Trinidad last year when Bar- AT PICKWICK Sobers came in next and helped A. M. Taylor lbw. b Barker 4 N. Wilkie 0a Ge
bados won the series to carry off > Farmer to take the score to a Fewards b H King .. Se ita ee, 9 ag
ee SS oe mangtinens a vi ” 7 T Birkett Rudder b H. Ki ai » Rile y
When Joe and Robert woke up | the Bryden Trophy and Vamoose evan (for nine wickets) 203 higher figure, his hard hitting and Greenidge c udder b Barker 60 Murra ier :4
Feet See, Sa | won the Y. De Lima "Trophy. i wick Untied toe Wie Sat ine iS ia Reet eiaeten cies of Orcas oo :
Maude Bill, wae net “titisbgrn se NoNa nie 9 = - these two trophies, tirst irmivies ind cpcoetin ee His 162 Ineltided “nineteen fours Ww Greankiae Sais DePeiza) dD. T. Cc. RACE
. . , there is also a prize awarded to and one six. yas ; b Barker ; 2
At Inst the. House decided pi . the béat cottipisting the fastest CAMERON B. GODDARD open. '% the loss of nine wickets yes- that Farmer was dismissed for 21.» Greenidge not out 4 i Den ane Sesteerer ;
To change the tsland’s plan | so lap. Thi ing batsman of Central scored 119 ‘@'4aY in their match against A Blenman was the next close T Hoad c Barker b Ho King 4 merara urf — Club
But very few Bajan changes | as . a nay ia a ‘Zz tan S prize is presented by H. Empire which is being played at score to Sobers. He made a well © |. G. Hoad Unr.) b Barker 0 Gctober meeting opened today.
Bajans can Understand | Yo Ps Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. runs in the Central first aoe Kensington Oval. 1 4 60, which included 6 fours |! Jordan not out is "There was a large crowd and
They like to do th y : 42 Ghecees Sete an pt aa Divi The small crowd which went to pos or iste. He was Lb.w. to J = * brilliant sunshine Details fol-
For perfect they all’ fear | or» >a For the coming tournament, tre bth Central ~ Kensington Oval withessed some Farmer, C. Amy and C, Springer Total for 9 wickets) 203 }OW;— :
soreciting many a sail boat Wise mother Cuticura O the Trinidad Pairs will be R. FP. ; bright cricket and saw the Em- was the next two batsmeninand oo) i yg g = Garret aes
metimes must ¢ change the keel Wise moche plete Sptacnes Olesen: Mayers and Peter King sailing pire fielders on their toes on the their scores were 8 and 37 re- , 7 2 atiouats: 1 ad 41, et ~ or weight oe age
roa makers must remember Fimaae to keep him cook and comfortable. TK. 45; Paul Tennyson and John field. K. Greenidge who went at spectively. 162 ? : CAINERT (O'Neil) 122 Ibs
dicated, gentle emollient : ' z 'LING 4 SIS CLE 7H = (Lutehn =
ty oe Pave of Epaleee, soctlieacaetita ie teeniemsen! ey. sailing TK. 47 and Roger 5 ° if umber four in the batting order Bowling for the school boys J. BOWLING ANALYSIS ae CLEVE AGH Lutohream) 308i
Sue eee eee tinny and deals swesily with aappie rash, | Hartley-Booth and Alex Renuie, Weig ifters 1ade an attractive 50 and Mal- Farmer took the most of Police |... 13 3) «6Gll C4) Tithe 2 min, 16 9/5 secs.
nthe human mind. sailing Skipper TK. 48. colm Worme hit the next bes! wickets, his figures being 16 overs, \’ Grant 3 2) «68 0) AUTUMN STAKEB—Seven Furlongs
go bags if ‘Christ Church tack on Py bal : Back From T’dad score of 44. no maidens, 112 runs, 5 wickets. 1. King 2» 6 «@ 4 Pe Class G
if you 460 fear ce a " SEPTIC Discussing the chances of the : Tall pace bowler Barker and Next to him in the wrens oe cote s Rudder 5 ° 71 ¢ GOLDEN ARROW (Gobin). 120" Ibs.
Your seed will understand. visiting team, skipper Mayers Five members of the Barbados Xing took the bowling honours C. N. Wilkie who took 2 wickets * twine Sa eS ALARM ‘Beckles! 120 oe
l Ww . 7 SAE Soar / |said his team is handicapped by Weightlifting team arrived from ‘© Empire: Barker bowled at a in 18 overs. oe Ree ye eines Saat
a Wednesday Joe and Robert the fact that in Trinidad they Trinidad on Friday afternoon by good a but at times he COLLEGE ys. WANDERERS WAIG CUP- Six Purlongs Clase D
And up came a discussio; do not have Tornado racing, but B.W.I.A. with their coach mana- overpitched some, He captured MR BROWNE WINS College 164 STORMY WBATHER Beck 12s
Rad nebeenis tae they will endeavour to give of ger Br. H. H, Webster. They were four of the Pickwick’s wickets for - Wanderers for two wickets 7] ; iad bs
° . ° ‘ * eee . H. A, ster. y ‘ t rung Silas race : . 2 ILACK SHADOW (‘Gobin) i122 Ibs
The’ sable eh their best against the local Messrs. Clement Jackman, Basil ke oa ta IF fo da age Be ‘+0 SPOON SHOOT . tee me Ba Somne 4s 3. MBOMBIBRIO loNellt tas ic
Each saw from different views yatchsmen. Grant, Roy Goddard, Glyne Jor- “~'"* at cUE oe d n A |. Hewitt run out 13 4 AUCTION BRIDGE ‘Gonzaiez) 119
And boys, before they finished d CA T ‘ : ; dan and George Nicholls. overs. He also sent down six Mr. R. O. Browne won the Q Alleyne o & b D. Atkinson 2 é Ibs
The whole place ‘was. -onfused | LUB He ne that in Trinidad there a ae ; spoon Shoot of the B.R.A, which Mr 8, Headley ¢ Rawies WR: Mer: pene, diel; +a Sn
are only five r The tw ; » Skipper tobinson put seven ernment 8 3 : AU) " ma
One fellow said the children of hich a a —. ae on ee ee, ot me bowlers against the Pickwick [OOK place at ne een 1) Williams b R. Marshall TROPHY Seven Furlongs-Class A
Should first command the spree Announces their which are owned by the Trini- team, win ogers and Erro hating cond tia pone rel Rifle Range yesterday a M. Simmons ec wkpr. Knowles, b DOUBLE LINK ‘Gonzale?) 113 Ibs,
For what you do to children | dad Yacht Club, and which are Doughlas, will be arrivnig later ee: > Sate ley were = well vith a handicap score of 98.80. _ Marshal! } 2 PORT WALDIS (Naidoo) 107 Ibs
Pass to posterity | HALLOWEEN rented out, one owned by an acked up by brilliant fielding The shoot was ten rounds at 7 GriMfith b Marshal 0 3 GOLDEN QUIP (Singh) 119 Ibs
ice enki. tanto 7 | Englishman and another by Roger , MY. Clement Jackman yester- Pickwick lost their first’ wicket 599 and 600 yards. Conditions \ ceeera, © ee eny ie Saeron ig eee Ee ee rite tee
othe: ruden Ww E s nay) Sapte . J a9 . , / so. 7 Ibe.
Said if he was the boss DANCE & nave SHOW Hartley-Booth, The other which =. boos ao Apvecate reporter hen the Por Ra rae oak were fairly good with slight © reid c Proverbs b D. Atkinson ( Time: 1 min, 291 secs,
He'd see all the old people is owned by Mr. W. F. Bryden ‘@t Me team hac a wonderful te second fell a ‘ yen CaMC vinds which varied at the 600 %. Foster not out : SEMECPENTS TROPRY
eee eT Gargy Pits meno | has not yet been launched time in Trinidad and it was the « partnership between Worme , uds ree < EA TER CLOUD s ah) 113 Ib
. 2 ¢ 7 . ‘ : first time that some of the boys ond K. Greenidge and both of ©“, i) ' PME fo : ee san oe
Anoth id he’ y ‘ 2 * c : are the eight best Total =. 164 #. BLACK EAGLE (Gobin) 120 It
‘Ths Wate ||| Saturday, Ist November, 1952 They in Trinidad are hoping had a chance to lift out of the ‘hese batsmen went on well until an ere . e 3 ROVING PENNY. (Sunich) 112. Ibs
And give the population At that as soon as there are suffici- /Sland. the score reached 140 runs when Capt C. E. Neblett 92 Fait of wiskels Re a, 2-81, 3 32 4 GENNO BELL 20 wb
ys oO > > itn - r > Was Ce - s “pt. + > ‘136, % c N7 e 54 secs
+ ws = : } . ently private owned boats of this Many of them have learned ; _———- Mg a — for 0 off Mr. R. QO. Browne 91 9-157 DURBAN STAKES
Another said, my dear boys | Their New Club House, Class to be able to start Tornado : ont the bowling of Barker R.S.M. H. B. G. Marshall 90 BOWLING ANALYSIS Six Furlongs — Class k
This is the way I'd start Black Rock Racin much from the experience. He rn oM ‘R WwW GOLDEN ARROW (Bell) 117 tb
I'll make all the old people B. is very impressed with the Drill At the luncheon interval the Mr. G. E. Martin 89» Atkinson 668066 SURPRISE PACKET (Naidoo)
Feel very glad at heart $883 Most of the members of the Hall where the competition was score was 95 runs. When stumps P.C. O. Shepherd -. 88 ©. Atkinson or ee ee “ ; 122 Ibs
. « Sos Tae Music by Cur ‘win’s Orchestra Trinidad team are expected to staged. He said that the building were drawn Pickwick had scored Mr. L. Hassell 87 Ot et i. ko Mo) ROR waAneee (Aphen) ne ie
All those who draw 9 pension : return to Trinidad next Sunday js very airy and affords good 203 runs for the loss of nine Mr. M. A. Browne 86 | Pierce 94 2 21 Time: 1 min, 19 secs.
Va give them a month's pension | Admission by Ticket only evening after the open race. lifting. wickets. Mr. E, J. Parry ‘ 86 |: Marshal eee The meeting continues next Saturday
Their food to sul 5 ee
. . ° ° . |
And all the Civil Servants Nocti haiietee sc 5.10.52.—1n.
What can’t get daub with tar
I'd give them all a bonus

To buy their J & R
. . . . . .

And all who are not working

And in a desperate need

I'd give them a_ few florins

To buy a little feed
. . .

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JUST RECEIVED | Official Programme—Autumn Meeting 1952

And all the pretty medats
That tingle on red tape
That very ancient custom
From this I would escape
. . . *

ne SATURDAY 8th, MONDAY 10th, THURSDAY 13th, SATURDAY 15th, NOVEMBER, 1952

POTTERS ASTHMA REMEDY
BRAND'S BEEF ESSENCE

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KAOLIN POULTICE mm
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INFANTOL
J&R BAKERIES LOKOL DROPS TIME CLASS DISTANCE IsT 2ND 38RD 4TH TOTAL ENTRY | CREOLE BREEDERS PREMIUMS
cn No. P.M. NAME OF RACE (ABOUT) 18T 2ND =. 3RD TOTAL
kers of £382 ameidl Sask j rare ented ancien |. enti davlaentenndicdeclbnoninialanitocs nical ei ‘ Lileiaibelva ing ues inanadenttneadagebtflicehiage
. CARLTON BROWNE jc
. ) J | 1 1.30 AUTUMN STAKES & C2 Only (Maidens | | |
ENRICHED BREAD | at Entry) W/A| 5) Furlongs | $ 900 $300 $150 $ 50 | $ 1,400.00 $27.00 |
d the blead f Wholesale & Retail | z 2.00 SAVANNAH LODGE STAKES & Lower (3 y.o, & | | 24 | ve be 3b ,
an enders o Druggist Over) W/A! 5 i B00 265 135 40 1,240.00 ) $ 60.00 $30.00 $15.00 $ 105.00
e % 3 2.35 BIMSHIRE STAKES . & B Only ores uh a 1,100 365 185 60 1,710.00 33.00 | 100,00 50.00 25.00 175.00
J&R RUM * 136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813 4. 3.15 CHAMBERLAIN STAKES C & Lower (Winners) | - |
_ Si a sonnei $ x —W/A! 9 o 900 300 150 50 1,400.00 | 27.00 40,00 40.00 20.00 140.64
ee la ot ——— SSSSBSSSSSSSOE SS 6SSSUSO | 5 3.55 TRUMPETER CUP F & Lower (2 y.o.) | |
} Allotted| 54 ” 800 265 135 40 | 1,240.00 24.00 120.00 72.00 18.00 2940.00
6 4.35 CONSTITUTION STAKES D & Lower W/A| 7% i | 90¢ 300 150 50 | 1,400.00 27.00 80.00 40.00 20.00 140.
7 5.15 WORTHING STAKES B & wel ; 5a 1,000 335 165 55 1,555.00 30.00 90,00 45.00 22.50 157.50
Second DaywMonday 10th NOVEMBER, 19352
8 1.15 BRIGHTON STAKES G & Low W/A;\ 51 Furlongs | § 600 $200 $100 $40 | $ 940.00 $18.00 $50.00 $25.00 $12.50 § 87.59
# 1.55 NELSON STAKES © & Lower (Winners | |
W/A! 7 ( | 900 300 150 50 1,400.00 | 27.00 80.00 40.00 20.00 140.00
10 2.35 JUNIOR STAKES F & Lower (2 y.:
—Allotted |) 6 B00 265 135 10 | 1,240.00 | 24.00 60.00 30.00 15.00 105.00
11 3.15 SOUTH CARIBBEAN STAKES _..|A & Lower W/A| 1h Mile 1,200 400 200 100 | 1,700.00 36.00 100.00 50.00 25.00 175.00
12 3.55 NOVEMBER STAKES -|C & C2 On (Maidens |
at Entry) W/A! 74 Furlongs 900 300 150 50 1,400.00 27.00
13 4.35 SHOT HALL STAKES F & Lower (3 y.o. & |
Over) W/A| 9 800 265 135 10 1,240.00 | 24.00 60.00 30.00 15.00 195.00
14 5.18 SPRINTERS'’ STAKES A & B Only 5h j 1,100 365 185 60 | 1,710.00 | 33.00 100.00 50.00 25.00 175.00
“'g5 oe th ‘ 3 Re ead ee | a “Fitan an -
Third DaywTVhursday §3th NOVEMBER, 19352
18 1.30 BRIGHTON HANDICAP G & Lower H/C, 74 Furlong $ $00 5165 $ 80 $ 40 $ 785.00 $15.00
16 2.00 CONSTITUTION HANDICAP D & Lower » 45) 800 265 135 45 1,245.00 24.00 |
17 2.35 AUTUMN HANDICAP C & Lowes a > 800 265 135 50 1,250.00 24.00
18 3.15 DEWHURST HANDICAP F & Lowes y.0.)
H/C| 54 700 235 115 40 1,090.00 21.00 |
3.55 SOUTH CARIBBEAN HANDICAp A&B On 9 1,000 335 165 60 1,560.00 30.00
4.35 SHOT HALL HANDICAP ; ..|/F & Lo 3 yo, &
mS Over H/C, 7 % 709 235 . 116 40 1,090.00 21.00
21 5.15 CHAMBERLAIN HANDICAP Lowe ae, oe 805 265 135 50 1,250.90 24.00
Fourth DaysSaturday ith NOVEMBER. [9032
22. 1.30 GRAVESEND HANDICAP G & Lower H/¢ Sa mm , $ 5C9 $165 $ 80 $ 40 > 7835.00 $15.00
23. 2.00 WORTHING HANDICAP |B & Lower ie 9 a j 90) 300 150 55 | 1,405 00 27.00
24. 2.35 BELLEVILLE HANDICAP F & Lower (3 y.o. & | r
ss Over) ~H/< 7, Furlongs. 700 235 115 40 | 1,090 30 21.00
25 3.15 JUNIOR HANDICAP . -|F & Lower (2 y.o.) {
4 e “Hi 54 + 700 235 115 40 1,095 90 21.00
26. 55 NOVEMBER HANDICAP .. 11 C & Lower . 14 ie 800 265 135 50 | 1,259.90 24.00
ss 35 ROCKLEY HANDICAP ‘ D & Lower ed ge 5 800 265 135 45 1,245 00 24.00
28. 5.15 FINAL HANDICAP .._.. |A&BOnly —, $7 af 1,000 335 165 60 1,560.00 30.00
When the curtain e Total Stakes. "$36,270.00
rolled back to present Total Breeders Prerniums 1,745.00 |
ZEPHYR by Ford : $38,015.00
a* — _ =e nae aaa SERNA aaa eee enon a ee = — -
: ws 7
a new motoring era : re
commenced — and a new : Race No. 5 Trumpeter Cup: Ope n to all two-year-old Creoles bred in the B.W.I, (Trinidad, Tobago and Jamaica excepted).
sidebars stink inevdaubell VaR z Colts and Geldings to carry 118 Ibs. Fillies 115 lbs. No Allowances. The Manufacturers of Trumpeter
pleasure was introduce R Cigarettes give a Cup to the Winner and to the Breeders of the Ist., 2nd., and 3rd. horses $120.00.
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to the roads of the world. Be $72.00, $48.00 respectively. About 5% Furlongs.
Race No. 10 Junior Stake Open to all two-year-old Creoles sired and foaled in the B.W.I. and British Guiana (Jamaica
excepted) Colt and Geldings to carry 123 ibs. Fillies 120 lbs, Subject to Classification and
/ Maiden Allowances which can be claimed. About 5% Furlongs

ENTRIES TO CLOSE ON MONDAY, 20th OCTOBER, 1952, AT 23.00 P.M. AT THE OFFICE OF THE BARBADOS TURF CLUB

BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE,
G. A. LEWIS, Secretary.

Trainers not holding a Licence for 1952, must apply in writing for same forthwith.
Maiden Allowance must be claimed on Entry Form.
Copies of this Programme can be cbtained at our office, Synagogue Lane, Bridgetown.



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THE MODERN —
BUNGALOW |

By
Aquariums are in the fashion
again, as anyone who reads their
Advocate will know. Quite lately
there was a display of aquariums

stocked with gold fish, at the
Drill Hall, and very beautiful they
were too. Perhaps this revival

of interest in aquariums has been
stimulated by a _ fellow feeling
in us human beings for the gold-
| fish; for, so many of us these days
live in modern Bungalows which
| with their huge un-hooded glass

windows, and wide glass doors
might be termed human
| aquariums, for they are as near to
ja gold-fish bowl as a human

| dwelling can get.

i; % “So is my Jimmy, but he’s always in aj}. Of course, if you have never

2, hurry. Have you washed your teeth, lived in a glass house you will not

son?” “Sure, Mom. Gave me a SPA,|be able to sympathise with the

S \N didn’t you?” | gold-fish, or to know that awful
feeling of nakedness that results

S No wonder Jimmy needs no urging. His|from occupying such a dwelling.

é SPA TOOTHBRUSH stands up to a boy’s|But as we bungalow dwellers
= vigorous brushing. No more messy, soft-|dodge from one sheet of glass to
bristled brushes for Jimmy. Neither|another, crouching, (when we

water nor hard wear weakens a SPA.

\

TO EXPECTATIONS.
WM

Not.S6 happy are Pops expectations.
He's missed the bus again, Just can’t
up+in the morning. Pop needs
getihg up with a good dose of
SDIEAX. This gentle yet always
effective laxative will rid you of that
tired, listless feeling. Try MEDI-
LAX, it really works. Even on black
Monday morning you'll bound out of
bed like a six year old.



you can supply them,
Glucose, RICH IN VITAMIN D.

cereals, You will soon notice



abounding energy and sparkling health,

Try GLUCOSE D but it must be by

Savory & Moore.
The lovely Louise here has an opinion

to share. “What’s the size of your

family, Louise ?”

a J

“Small, for I believe in

Planning,

Family

and the chil’ren.

rely on RENDELL-FOAM.

BOX. Sally has dry hair

SOAPLESS is Mary’s choice. Betty likes hers in

with its magic wand the dullest hair,

with a thousand dancing burnished

lights,

waves and curls,



Boy oh boy, what
Gorgeous, isn’t she

a figure!
? Not too fat and






not too thin — just perfect ! Now Suzy
did not always possess this sylph-like
figure. No, Suzy was more than pleas-

ingly plump — Suzy was just plain FAT
—VERY
FAT,
until she
took a
course

of SILF
SLIM-
MING
‘TABLETS
The result
—a per-
fectly proportioned figure. .
SLIMMING TABLETS — for EITHER MEN OR WOMEN.
your waist line, old boy, not the pretty girl up there.

Sole Agents covering this Column, INTERNATIONAL TRADING

CORPORATION LTD. ‘Telephone ; 5009, it’s the Busiest
Number in Town.

AND BY THE WAY,

Here’s another busy spot worth a visit

“THE LITTLE SHOP"

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY BUILDING, BROAD STREET

You”ll find almost everything in “The Little Shop”.

$ODDSG2DHLDOLOTSE



In
either nylon or bristle, SPA STANDS UP



AN APPLE A DAY keeps the doctor
away—and so does GLUCOSE D. You
can’t always give the kids apples, but
every day, with
Mix
it in beverages, sprinkle it on morning
their



The | by large green hoods.
spaced tumily gives every one a chance, the parents

"Y8) would be,

and uses ALMOND OIL | house-wife a back-yard
CREAM SHAMPOO, Mary’s hair is oily — Liquip|®" ‘he Petter, is a ‘must’, Where

tube, Jane prefers a pot, but whatever be the choice,
it's BANDBOX SHAMPOOS, BRILLIANTINES, and
that gorgeous HAIR PERFUME; all come in BAND-
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your | be.

Watch



can) behind the narrow strip of
wall inbetween the windows we
know something of what the gold-
fish feels.’ We know that when
he swims agitatedly round and
round, he’s not looking for food,
or taking his daily exercise, but
that, poor fellow, he’s only trying
to find a little privacy in which
to relax,

How well anyone who lives in
a modern bungalow can under-
stand him! How, well we know
jthat feeling of being pursued, as
we try to escape from the inter-
ested gaze of passers by, of husk-
jters, of the gardener, and from
jthe sun! But, in spite of his
apparent agitation the gold-fish
still has one up on human beings,
for he can, with a superb nose-in-
the air appearance of unconcern,
perform toilet and other per-
formances in full view of the
public gaze without batting an eye,

Alas, we bungalow dwellers
have not yet reached this high
pitch of civilization, and, after a
few weeks of window dodging, we
rush away to buy yards and yards
of curtain material, feet and feet
of curtain rods, and numerous
window blinds, in a frantic and
expensive bid for a little privacy,
and shade from the sun,

Considerable sums are also ex-
pended on dark glasses, eye
drops, and visits to the oculist for
eye strain from glare.

Regretfully many of us think of
the shady old fashioned houses
we have left, with their dim cool
rooms, and small windows shaded
No needs
for blinds or curtains there.

If only our builders could get



For those who beli¢ve in a well- this “glass complex” out of their

system; (a type of house that is

spaced family, I recommend RENDELL-FOAM as{|Surely more suited to a northern
. climate than to our blazing

the most dainty yet effective, and absolutely safe tropics) how much more . com-
: fortable re 6 y }
contraceptive on the market today. Wives can alw : me Bungalow dwellers

Another peculiarity of these
new bungalows is the lack—in so

Here we come, dozens of satisfied users of BAND|many of them—of a proper Back-

yard, Now to the Barbadian,

, the larg-

eee

a
CARIBBEAN POLICE
EDERATION IN
BARBADOS
KINGSTON.

A conference of Caribbean police
officers is due to be held in Bar-



highlighting| bados early next year in connec-

tion with the visit to the Carib-
an of Colonel W. Muller, C.M.G.,
Inspector General of colonial
police,

Colonel Muller, advisor to the
Secretary of State on colonial mat-
ters, is due to arrive in Jamaica
in November to begin his inspec-
tion of the Caribbean area,

The police conference to discuss
regional police matters, which will
be attended by Jamaican police,
will be held in Barbados during
the course of the tour.—B.U.P.

m-m
nothing
smells
so good

as a
good cup

of coffee!

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

NSANT”’
else can she hang out the kitchen :
towels, the baby’s nappies, keep |
her chickens, grow her Paw-paw |
and breadfruit trees, if not in the
privacy of her back-yard? Take
her back-yard from her and she is
lost. |

Yet, in many of the new type!
of home what do we find? We |
find the entrance, and the front
door at the back of the house
alongside the kitchen, and no
back-yard space allowed for at}
all! The visitor gets out of his
car, and the first person to greet
him is the Cook at the back door,
shelling peas.

Shades of my scared Grand-
mother, what are these architects
thinking of ! ! !

Well, well, but in spite of ail
these disadvantages there is much
to be said in favour of the modern
bungalow, and few of us who
have left an old faghioned in-
convenient house for a bungalow
would choose to return to it.
After half lifetime of walking
miles to get from upstairs to the
kitchen, it’s most intriguing to lie
in your bedroom, and in a very |
slightly raised voice tell the cook |
“not to burn the rice.’’ Of courre
the cook with equally little |
effort can hear all that goes on |
in the bedrooms! But, it is an |
imperfect world isn’t it? |



Then again, where in the old
fashioned house there was a con-
stant fight against cockroaches,
ants, and dust, in the modern |
bungalow there are none of these |
trials. Insects turn up théir
noses at all steel, all glass, all
cement homes, for insects demand
privacy in their house hunting
and in the new bungalows there



is none. As to dust, it simply
cannot find a resting place at
all. 1

Then there are no tiresome}
stairs, no stretches of useless |

space which can only be termed ;
“no man’s land” and which none
of the extensive staff, which the
old house demanded, considered it
part of their work to keep clean, '
In the bungalow there is no waste!
space, everything is compact and |
streamlined.

Where in the old house if the
servants didn’t turn up it seemed
like a tragedy, in the bungalow,
poof! Who cares? Getting meals
in a_ shiny electric kitchen is
child’s play, settling the whole
house is done in a jiffy.

Certainly the modern bungalow
is the answer in housing for
this day, and, although some ot
us old ones may think regret-
fully of the gracious big old
homes we have left, yet we know
that they are unsuited to present
conditions and that their day is
over,

But, the rash of new bunga-
jows that has covered Barbados
én the last few years might be
termed “first steps” in bungalow
building, and represent rather :
the different flights of fancy of
builder and owner, rather than
a well thought out type of house
for this island. In northern
climates large sheets of glass ‘a |
a house, and hoodless windows |
are desirable to catch and con-
serve every scrap of sunlight,
and there they are used, not for
show, but for that purpose. To
follow that fashion in this land
of blinding sunshine where we
need protection from the sun
does seem rather ridiculous and
only presents many problems to
the inmates of these houses.

It is to hoped that as time
passes, the Barbadian bungalows
of the future will settle down,
and that modernity will be com-
bined with suitability, and out of
the two, a type evolved which |
will be more sensible and suitable |

for the people of this island to
live in,









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A UTHORESS Fleur

journalist, and wife of a



on people,
from A to

Cowles (American ‘editor,
publisher), holidaying in

London last week, gave two fresh answers to two old

questions.

QUESTION i: “What helped you most in getting

to the top of your job?”

She said : “I think it’s because

my husband and our greatest friend, Bernard Baruch,
always treat me as if I am much cleverer than I am.
It’s a great help towards improving.”

QUESTION 2:

said :—
“T didn’t tell m
was nearly finished ave it
2 a ie ate » d I
rather pu on the spot.

“He would hate to hurt my
feelings, but he would hate me
to do anything foolish. So 1
think he was rather relieved to
find he liked !t."

Bars luxuries on the
market for the first time since
the war are bath mitts—small
bags of towelling filled with
almond cream soap, which foam
and lather when you dip them
m water. Expensive (even
though you can use them again
and again) at 12s, 3d. each.

€ orovr to look out
for (and to insist. on getting)
is the colour you find in an
English rose garden. All shades
from. palest wild rose’ pink.
through faded brownish pink, to
the deep red of a cabbage rose
were used in Paris for wool suits
and silk coats, for embroideries
and for evening dresses.

D scorarion on &

dinner table — produced at
short notice the night the
hostess got back from the
country—was a flat, silver dish
he in the centre with wild
flowers, and with a single

lighted candle at each corner

E ARRINGS creep up
on to the ear. Latest are a curl
af enarkling rhinestones curv na
along the outside edge of yan
ear (See picture)

Francie LAINE gaye
an honest answer to a question
most singers would dodge when
I sald; “You know, I always
thought from your records thu
you_ were coloured,”

“That,” said Frankie, “is the
greatest compliment you could
pay me.”

Gi avcer I'd most like
to see back on the import lis}
is a garlic crusher. With one
Squeeze you Can get all the juice
from a whole clove of garlic

without. messing your hands
They sold for 10s. 6d. in Soho
up to a few weeks ago.

Hi ARSTYLES are

getting rumpled, Watch for the
new ruffled cut on those care-
fully posed fashion photographs
from Paris. Note the carefully
ruffled fringe, the deliberate
dishevelment, the loose curl
arranged to hang over the fore-
head with oh, such care.

I NVENTION that
saves a ten-minute battle with
the tin opener came my way
with a tin of soup this week.
Just one jab, and you can prise
off the lid. Sardine canners
please copy.

J OURDAN (LOUIS),
the

actor who is said to
handsomest -
Frenchman
alive, has a
refreshing
point of view
about his own
looks.

“T hate being
told I’m hand-
some,” he
said, “It is so
diminishing ‘or
aman. It is what you tell a
woman,”



K ISSES—those linger-
ing. passionate. censorable

—



“Isn't it a great advantage, when
write a book, to have a publisher ans husband?”

husband I was writing it, but when it



you
She

ELT

WP2O0 KiS3e3——are pParcly
fessional according = t*
Ralston, film actress. “1 pad a
Passionate love scene to play
with Fred MacMurray the other
day,” she said, “so Fred asked
my husband if he would like to
go out while we did the kissing.
“ My husband said ; ‘She's all!
yours. Fred. until six o’clock.’”

nr
Vera



L INGERIE idea some-
one ought to have thought up
before is the new nylon bra,
with straps that can be hooked
anywhere into the strong lace
edging. so you can wear it as a

teart neck, halter neck. or
straight over the shoulders
Price. 16s,

Mb int — choppea and
sprinkled on the lettuce with
oil, sugar, and black pepper-
made the freshest-tasting salad
I had last week,

N ANCY CUNARD was
hotographed
eyday wearing a headnugslng
helmet covering the hair. A
the rage—in 1932 (see picture)—
and now all the rage again in
1952

Orcurps. costing
from 2s. for a spray of four
small ones, can be sent any-
where by a new orchid service,

Princess MAR-
GARET’S hat — the one she
bought ready-
made — has
been a boon to
copyists. You
can buy it now
at any price
level, down to
30s.



UOTE from actress
Lili Damita, who dropped into
London last week-end : “I have
had some Paris dresses, and
they. were so uncomfortable I
couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t lift
my arms, I could hardly turm
my head. But, oh, they were

Good grooming
for the entire

family

The handsome family is sure of good grooming the
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in the smart-set -

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952



= A EEEELS Lawes reports

food. and fads

"
VE

so rayishingly
all worth

beautiful it was
while.”

Recive worth trying
now that peaches are down to
cooking price 1s an open pastry
tart with egg-and-milk custard
topped with sliced and peeled
peaches and a sprinkle of sugar.

‘

8 ton ov THe TIMES
is @ toy balloon. The assistant
handed me one free when I
bought a child's cotton frock in
a big store.

| ARZAN bikinis are

the new allure for Mediterra-
nean_ beaches. Brief, amber
satin with a pattern of leopard
spots

U MBRELLA shop in
the City displays a ‘placard
and an idea some other shops
might care to copy. “ We ‘oan

you an umbrella.” it says
“while you leave yours here tor
repairs,”



V s.ver slippers to
put on when you get home come
to the shops this month. Flat,
leather-soled, soft, and pretty,
they are made in black velvet
and trimmed with a bunch of
ink strawberries or sequins.

‘om 35s. (See picture.)













y
W IFE suing for divorce
this week-end—Arlene (“pr
girl in the world”) Dahl—was
honeymooning in London 15
months ago with husband Lex
(Tarzan) Barker. So pretty she
was, with her rippling red hair.
peach skin, and blue eyes. So
well-meaning she was with her

tues

‘IT shan't let films wreck my
marriage.”” So full of sex appeal,
sne was.

And then there was Lex. So

randsome he was, so well mean-
ing, so full of sex appeal.

How weil endowed they
were with all the things
are not needed to make a
marriage work. How short of
the one commodity that helps
most.

both
that

i xX FOR ex-Queen
Narriman, photographed on the





most spotlighted holiday for
years.

She shows that, tn spite of
mi pent on Paris clothes
ar abulous jeweis, she can’t do

er than the rest of us when



it comes to finding a belt that

fits and slims her ample waist
She is wearing the same cheap
elastic belt that around five
m yn other women are wear-





ing. (See picture.)
7

% OUNG chicken and
2lb. of § ¢ provided proof o!
the the that if you eat
enough garlic no one can detec
the smell of it afterwards. Roast
the chicken in butter, stuff it
with some of the garlic. and
leave the rest to roast in the
pan

The smell from the oven ts

delici the taste is even
better, and—well. ask your best
friend

r,

A. votre happily
for this column the Americans

begin it with a Z, not, as we do.
with an X—sun-specs now being
made in America have lenses tc
match the frames in mint green,
demi-blonde, cocoa, and ebony
And if American women can buy
them why shouldn't we ?

London Express Service







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THE ANNIVERSARY WALTZ if THERES DANGER OF A .
AT WILSON’S! Celebrations are FALL, THERE'S DANGEx, Ov | fiaebton figure in
on! There’s no Champagne, but HOSPITALIZATION — Do yor
bargains ire bubbling hic wear Glasses Th imperia * oe %
bags, the latest in American and Uptieal Co., Lower Broad St., hau OSTeS
Paris creations. charming ph. 4075 10W present MONO- 's
noveities of every mood and STEP BIFOCALS, scientifically
manner... and oh! but beautiful, designed to bring reading an‘ Over-ture”
; FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952 plain and embroidered Nylon in distance centres together and >
oe ,every colour for the Bride... eliminating jump caused by or-
and, as usual, American, Cana- dinary bifocals. This is a tre- -~

Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
ein what your outlook is, according to the stars,

ARIES Strain, anxiety, quibbling, oversensitive-
March 21—April 20 ness are mean ones to watch out for this
Week, starting today. But you can over-

‘dian and English aress materials
_—-all and more at Wilson's!
t * * . :
DRESSMAKING AND EM-
3% BROWERY js taught in many

mendous advancement and of in-
terest to every wearer of glasse
tinted lenses are obtainable.
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come such through self-control. places, in many different Ways, OVAST RESAOENTS.., t11
* * * }A pattern for instruction has long orend new venture of BARBA-
* TAURUS nboeevous Ste amie aie sal jbeen set by SINGER'S SEWING ¥US 8rUObD PKODULIS uw
April 21 to May 20 he it (eRe for reat, are spec ON’'TS. [aCe ~ every centre of bpeighisiown has opened lis |
st , th ia the world in Barbados, too! avors to sell lamb, mutton, veai,
x Quiet down, without moping. ‘Sewing Classes under chief in- bec! and pork as wel: as baton
- * * * structor Mrs. Watkins are enroll- #"u tara, ine hygienmealiy wrap-
* ee year» oo ~—Your chee 1) disposition is most needed ling now for next term (thus pea Home Cured Bacon is a must
ay 21—June Ww - 4 e a _— display ing 3 eecrhaiee hs 2 EM- in your larder or fridge and the
it. That is wh n it is important, so t t wit! rs. Walcott phone is 91-72. For town ,
x it front. Don’t neglect church, of course. ‘take in new pupils all the time. Garbados Food Products ton a
* ¥* % Buzz 4927 for interesting de- sale at Medford and Alleyne
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| you of this Sign are fitted as practica rf CREASE, j Tr r MBAY TO BARBA-
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| ec seneral smiles will “save the day.” the new Polisol Dress Fabric at 4nd beautiful merchandize ot
t * * * % George Sahely & Co. (B’dos) the East. Displayed in the
LEO Brightness, affability and generosity are Ltd., on Swan St. is extraordin- ORIENTAL SHOP, High St.
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! is NOW, Those o are winners. eee ys. this shipment cf eg Bracelets, Earrings
THE DINGHY INFLATOR JACKET, which ensures safety and buoyancy in the water. Y | ¥ urquoise, beige, blue, pink and “nd Brooches, gives a new angle |
CHILD'S DUFFLE COAT with hood attached. Camel lined tartan - ory blue lined cadence. ; * VIRGO — ‘Where there’s a will there’s a is cream is smoothly disappearing ‘0 accessories. And matchless |
!

POPLIN SHIRT, sleeveless fastened pearl buttons. In several colours. Knitted jersey in thick, soft wool 4K Ang. 23—Sept. 23 fine, but don’t let this helpful saying be from the shelves — do you won- Brassware designed in Trays and |

der?





rials and practical styles are more
suitable than frills and furbelows.

The shortenirg of the skirt and
the introduction of trousers in re-
cent years mark an English-
woman’s main — but reluctant—
concessions to fashion

This week, however,
been discovering what is being
offered in the shirt line to the
girls about to board the lugger.

The most luxurious garment is
collarless, has long sleeves and is
banded at neck and waist, It is
in French lisle, fine as silk, and
is offered in white, navy, yellow
and pale blue. Cotton cellulars
are offered with cap sleeves, and
so are poplin shirts fastened with
pearl buttons, in a range of ex-
cellent colours including tanger-
ine.

Allan Solley are making a rayon
mesh which looks cool in spite of
the tipped up collar,

Gordon Love show a _ white
trimmed navy blue design in
coarse mesh and a fine white lisle

we have



But now on to more substantial
fabrics. There is our old friend
the wind cheater looking just
about the same. But it is made
in cotton and has a fleecy lining,
only slightly proofed, it has a zip
back fastener.

Lillywhites have just produced
@ yachtsman’s safety jacket for
which there was much need, It
ensures buoyancy inthe water
and is lightweight and comforta-
ble, The automatic non-return
valve is fixed on the collar, and
a few hard puffs inflate the jacket
which does not seriously impede
swimming. Wearable for both
men and women, the inflator in-
side the jacket is detachable, so
the outer jacket itself is suitable
to wear for general sports.

Trousers or shorts are still
being worn, and denims are cer-
tainly “in” the young girls any-
how are clamouring for them and
this, although denims are just a
replica of the blue French work-
men’s trousers. Made of tough





also produced in navy blue lined * health and to that which you are trying %

in grey. Just the thing. for to do. Remethber church services.
eaengeehte weather. There is the *

ouble texture Grenfell wind SAGITTAR —Review thoughtfully the affairs right-
jacket in white with hood, sult | + Nov. air are fully yours. Then go about them = in as
able for all purposes including | i orderly fashion. Careful system can save

sailing or‘skiing. Again, there is |
a new contraption called a floater- > a

blouse to keep the youngster afloat | CAPRICORN
if he falls into water. It resem- | + Dec. 28—Jan. 21

much time, energy.

Usually when the going is hardest or
the hour latest, then ean you of this birth > a
period accomplish what surprises others
and often yourself.

bles the Grenfell but is padded}

at different places with material |
which keeps him up.

But don’t go at too

And now for something out of | » fast a pace
the ordinary—perhaps as a pres- hy o* *
ent for a friend who is a keen AQUARIUS ~Â¥ou are, a, quiet, effteient person whet

swimmer, It is the under-water, | » Jan, 22—-Peb. 20
fish-stalking equipment. |

The sport originated in France
before the war; World War II

a

ost needed, But you do not always ex-
préss yourself as you Should, leaving un-
said good things. Pray; seek God’s @uid-

“frogmen” adapted its principles » nee. +
for warfare. * *

Today the sport is again popu- PISCES Let out some of that inmer fun and *
lar wherever the seas are warm > a Feb. 21—-March 20 wholesome laughter, know that others

often seek and thrive on the little bits of
fun or friendliness we too often withhold.
Spiritual duties first.

and men have money and time to}
spend underwater.

The latest gear includes several
type of spear, goggles, flippers and

+

Jack Straws are now obtainable
in CURRY FLAVOUR. You'll
spot the blue JACK STRAW
tins on your dealer’s shelf, it’«
a General Agency distribution
for every home.
* * * «
LIMOLENE TO GIVE YOU
ZING and cool refreshing days
and nights. Limolene is qa Tropi-
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weary and cool the hottest day
and it applies to worker anu
vacationer alike. Made in Bar-
bados by the Bornn Bay Kum
Co, LUMOLENE IS A NECKS-
SITY and obtainable at pretty
well every store on the island,
Buy it Mentholated at 84e, oi:
Plain 66c., it’s the best buy for
comfort,
7 * .
FOR THE FIRST
MANY YEARS —
ment of all-wool

TIME IN
a new ship-
TROPICALS
have come in at a reduced price

buttoning very high. Lillywhites. 8 misconstrued into overforee or being »* ll Don’t Jet Monday go by ceo Sets possess an unusua! |
J eaeeen — : | opinionated. Consider others’ opinions, without going into Sahely’s on beauty. New Perfumes, Incense—- |
* too. Swan St. glittering Moonstone Jewelry |
, ° * ° ' are all part of this treasure |
‘ ee ae +] paRTY ESSENTIALS Pic- chest
df | *« Sept, 24-—Oct. 23 When tired after a full week, relax NIC MUSTS, the delicious, ready . « * ‘
; ont neglect. important (ever though Me], serve JACK STRAW CHEESE .17 JEWEL WATERPROOF
. Loe By MERCIA SNOW yoy red and white machining > little) obligations. Pray. erro “eee t at é. ae a ela Sees Ws true! Here’s the firm, flat-
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their yachting clothes. This is another shirt material which tail- duffle coat in soft camel, lined in Oct 2A Nov. 22 rushed state, which is harmful both to hand-arounds for the casual $20.90. Just look: luminous dial, really dreamy figure ...to make
inevitable, as hard-wearing mate- ors well and is much used, tartan complete with hood. It is guest. And this is interesting — sweep centre second-hand and

smart styling. Other models non-
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your silhouctte truly fashion-

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Thyme, Salt, Pepper, Bacon a few
slices. 2 small onions, 1 piece of
garlic, Tomato paste 1 _table-
spoonful, Margarine 1 oz. Rum 1
tablespoonful,

Tie the meat and spread the
salt over all of it. Chip the
onions, the garlic, the parsley,
the thyme and marjoram, Add
the margarine and bacon and let
everything fry in a big sauce-
pan until the meat is brown on
both sides. Add the rum and let
it fry again until the rum is
evaporated. Add enough water to
cover the meat and 1 tablespoon-
ful of concentrated tomato paste.
Let everything cook for about 1!
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not soft enough add some more
water and let it boil again until
you get a thick gravy. Cut the
meat in slices, put again in the
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Beef 2 lbs., Butter, Oil, Bacon;
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The beef must be of good
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and a few slices of bacon. Add
the piece of meat seasoned with
salt pepper and a pinch of nut-
meg. Let everything fry gently
and when the meat has become
brown on all sides add 8 or 4
anchovies and a handful of pars-
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Boil the stew meat in a soup.
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Of Stamps

Poet Series

Get a Pyrex dish, put a bit of
olive oil in the bottom of the fen |
5 ; ole | . : 7

le Ry oven
your hands. Put whale tomatoes day anniversary—October |, 1952 Of Tagore are reproductions in
t the bottom of. th dish |—the Indian Posts & Telegraphs ™iniature from traditional paint-
e / a bit. of | Department issued the first six (ss. Tagore’s portrait is a repro-
enough to cover it, a bit of) of a series of stamps portraying (ction from a photograph taken
chipped garlic, some chipped | famous poets and poet-saints of 12 Germany while the poet was
arsléy and a pinch of dry mar-| Mmdfa, on a tour of the Continent.
Soren’ Put then the slices of

stew and add sOme more toma- | The new stamps carry the por- The stamps are printed by the
toes, garlic, parsley and mar-| traits of Kabir, Tulsidas, Mira, Photogravure process and are ver~
oram. Pour a tiny bit of olive |Surdas, Ghalib and Tagore. tical in design, 1.6” x 0.95”, with
io . e nt perforation 14 x 14 and are 160
a “ we ind On aaa e pl The first four belong to the to a sheet,

Tabi 5 arc ter a Tew medieval period of Indian history The set comprises a nine-pie
ablespoonsful of water. If you’ and are essentially saint-poets yellow green stamp (Kabir), a
vse tomatoes in tins the juice | qevoted to the ‘Bhakti’ cult, Ghalib one-anna crimson stamp (Tulsi-
from the tin will be enough. | is one of the foremost Urdu poets das), a four-and-half-anma mag-
Bake in moderate oven for about) and Tagore, well-known Nobel enta’ stamp (Ghalib) and a 12-
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Educational Sanity

BARBADOS spends it has been recently
estimated $1042 per head of population on
education; more, that is, than any other
British Caribbean territory.

But what results does it obtain from this
high expenditure?

Statistics of the Department of Educa-
tion shows that 2,805 boys and girls left
schools during the period September 1950
to August 1951. Of this number 823 are
known to be unemployed while the fate of
376 is unknown, The majority of boys who
found employment entered trades, Despite
the fact that no technieal school exists in
Barbados 342 boys (an entire schoolfull)
entered trades, Almost as many boys, 329.
entered agricultural employment during
the same school year. But Barbados has
no school which specialises in agricultural
training. This is all the more surprising
when it is realised that no parish in Bar-
bados has less than seven schools. Barba-
dos a predominantly agricultural com-
munity with a very limited capacity to
absorb “white-collar” workers has an
educational system which is fitting large
numbers of its pupils for unemployment
and leaving the majority of those who find
employment to learn trades after they have
left school. The twofold effect of this type
of education is to make school-children of
mediocre ability despise manual work and
to make living costs rise because employers
are compelled to employ and pay minimum
wages to individuals whose educational
training has not equipped them for the jobs
they obtain. raf

To ignore the results of an eduvational
system such as ours is to penalise the next
generation of Barbadians. - This island
simply cannot afford an educational system

which does not give technical and agricul -

tural instruction priority over academic:
and refusal even to provide one technical
school is refusal to recognise the peril to
Barbadian economy which is caused by the
prevalence of poorly trained technicians at
all levels. Of what avail to Barbados is
an educational system such as ours when
of 1,622 boys leaving school in 1951, 688
found no employment, 329 went into agri-
culture, 147 into domestic service, 342 into
trades and only 95 into business? From
these statistics an outsider might have ex-
pected the 124 schools of Barbados to be
divided into schools specialising in voca-
tional and technical education, agriculture,
domestic service and catering, and com-
mercial studies with a few academic.schools
for the highly talented.

Instead the whole educational system is
geared to the acquiring of certificates and
a small number of valuable scholarships to
Universities. While 2,805 boys and girls
left school during 1951, 47 boys and girls
obtained Cambridge school certifigates, 73
boys were successful in the Oxford and
Cambridge school certificate, while 36 boys
and 7 girls were successful in the Higher
certificate. No doubt there is something
satisfactory in these scholastic achieve-
ments but surely the economy of Barbados
and its capacity to produce more to feed
more people would have benefited more
if the 342 boys entering trades and the 329
entering agriculture had received certifi-
cates qualifying them for such employ-
ment?

It is customary when statistics such as
these are introduced to reply that educa-
tion is not concerned with training boys
and girls for employment. This theoretical
objection has no application to a society
in which the fruits of edueation cannot be
enjoyed unless those who have acquired
education know how to earn enough money
to subsist at minimum levels. How many
of the 2,805 boys and girls leaving school in
the year ended August 1951 can indeed be
said to be educated in the highest sense of
the word?

True education like the brook in the poem
goes on for ever and is far more likely to
be obtained by the individual who is equip-
ped’ by training to earn a living than by
the discontented “academic” product of
the Barbadian schools.

Education in Barbados is not free. It is
paid for by the whole community, even
though some pay far greater sums than
others towards. the maintenance of the
schools.

Simple persons believe that education of
the academic type best fits their children
to get on and become illustrious in this
island or overseas: and in fact the success
of many Barbadian lawyers and profes-
sional men here and in many other coun-
tries tends towards the enthronement of
that belief. But a government cannot
plead the excuse of a simple person and
is failing in its duty to the community
when it abets an educational system which
refuses to recognise that the talents of
human beings vary and that unless latent
skill is trained and drawn out by techni-
cal vocational education common prosper-
ity is endangered. The authorities of
Barbados will be acting in the interests
of present and future generations if they
break with the educational system of the
past and adopt one suited to the needs of
an agricultural community in the tropics.

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Domestic Servants

ACCORDING to the 1946 census some
eleven and a half thousand women were
then employed in domestic service. Since
then the numbers employed in domestic
service will have increased, although the
rising cost of living will eventually lead
to less domestic employment. Whatever
the future of domestic service in Barbados
the present welfare of domestic servants
ought to be receiving greater attention
from the agencies which seek to improve
the material and spiritual conditions of
women.

The reputation which the Y.W.C.A.
gained in other countries for its good work
among domestic servants is illustrated by
the story which was told to the Editor of
the World’s Y.W.C.A. monthly. A fellow
delegate at a meeting of church represen-
tatives said: “Oh, you represent the
Y.W.C.A. Such a splendid organisation !
Our servant always used to go there on
her night off.” Smug as this remark might
seem it is a pity that no one can say the
same thing about the local Y.W.C A. or
for that matter about any other women’s
organisation in Barbados. There just is
nowhere for the servant to go on her night
off, except to the cinema, the dance hall
or for a walk along the streets. Some
persons argue that nowhere is needed for
domestic servants who have far too much
to do at home to want to go to Y.W.C.A.’s
or anywhere else. But however true this
argument might be for some it is not true
of all and the work of the Girls’ Friendly
Society, the Girls’ Industrial Union and
the Y.W.C.A. would never have been
initiated if such a negative approach to
girls’ welfare was taken by the founders
of these worthy movements, Domestic
servants need the attention of women’s
organisations more than any other branch
of Barbadian women today and until the
smug remark made to the editor of the
World’s Y.W.C.A. monthly can be made
about some women’s organisations in Bar-
dos, enough will not have been done for
domestic servants.

Is it surprising that they look to sprees,
picnics, movies and hops for recreation
when no door is open to welcome them to

Griffiths,

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Proud they are,



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

S the Arch Druid of Wales

withheld the poetry prize at
the National Eisteddfod at Aberys-
twyth because none cf the poems
submitted reached the required
standard, perhaps he will consider
awarding the silver crown and
425 to me for the following:—

Wales is small but does not lack

Men with big ideas, boy bach;

First Lloyd George and then Nye
Bevan

Visualised a social ‘eaven

Where all Tories go to ’ell

Well, oh well, oh well, well, well.

All in Wales can play the organ—

Jones, and Morgan
Morgan;

All ’ave music in their bones—

Trefor Jones and Parry Jones;

All the Robertses and Richards,

All the Williamses and Pritchards,
All the Evanses and Hughes

Are familiar with the muses,

All the boys and girls of Wales
like blessed nightin-
gales.

or proud they

mountain and of mountain
stream;

Proud of towns that end in “og”
And one that ends in “gues

they
announce it,

are when they

Prouder if you can’t pronounce it.

To understand, though, it is

- ‘ard if a

Some of them are prou
Cardiff, . a

The stars and you

CAPRICORN (Dec. 23—Jan, 20):
Considering your filthy luck, 4
fairly normal week. Money

troubles, and the usual family
troubles.
AQUARIUS (Jan, 21—Feb. 19):

Of the seven black days ahead,
it is hard to say which will be
the blackest, As the following
week will be worse, try to look
on the bright side. ;

'
PISCES (Feb. 20—March 21):
Your usual high spirit damped
about Friday. And. again on
Saturday. By Sunday you will
need all your alleged sense of
humour.

Sitting On The Fence

By N. GUBHINS

ARIES (March 22—April 20):
Whatever you are thinking of
doing, for Pete’s sake don’t do
it. Every move brings disaster.
Seven days in bed might help
But don’t smoke. You will se:
the house on fire.

IAURUS (April 21—-May 21)
You will be so unpopular this
week that only the threat of
capital punishment will preve='
somebody murdering you. Don”
tempt people too far.

GFMINI (May 22—June 21)
Bad we¢ek for buying, selling
backing horses, travelling, stop-
ping at home, standing up,
sitting down, breathing, eating,
and elbow lifting. Get a hyp-
notist to put you into a trance
until next Sunday.

‘

CANCER (June 22—July 23: For
you, Dame Fortune’s smile is
always a cynical leer. This
week she will be thumbing her
nose at you. All your bad luck
in the past wiil seem like par-
adise compared to what will hit
you between now and next
Sunday.



SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952



you can see in a rainbow. Un-
lucky days—Sunday, Monday,
Tutsday, Wednesday,+ Thurs-

day, Friday and Saturday. Al!
the year round. Laugh that
one off.

Success story

Once again Dr. Gubbins, the
} leet-street psychiatrist, can
agree with one of his qualified
colleagues .

Dr. Desmond Qurran 7 ting
of the conclisi of tha world

Health Organization, “that persons
who are not in @ state of physical
and social well-being cannot be
healthy,” says:—
“It is absurd to suppose that
a man who is hopelessly im-
efficient at his job must be sick,
though Government rt-
ments are constantly sending
them for treatment to a psy-
chiatrist. I call it bosh.”

ah . > *

Dr. Gutbins also calls it bosh
because, although glowing with
good health, he has always beer.
hopelessly inefficient himself.

He was slung out of school
when he was 16 because he
couldn’t learn anything, and slung
into an office where he was re-
garded as the biggest fool Fleet-

: street had ever seen.

LEO (July 24—Aug. 23): If you
are taking your holidays now,
it will rain steadily for a fort-
night. If you are still working
in your office, there will be a
heat wave. Funny how even
m7 weather is against you isn’t
t?

VIRGO (Aug. 24—Sept. 23): This
weck ill fortune dogs you even
in your sleep. Bad luck in bus-
iness, bad temper at home, fcl-
lowed by bad dreams.

LiBRA (Sept. 24—Oct,,23): Your
misfortunes start tomorrow
get worse every day, reach 4
climax at week-end. Heaven
help you on Sunday.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24—Nov. 22):
One of the differences between

you and a dog is that every dog

has its day. But you won't.
Try not to envy dogs as the
terrible week drags on.

But nobody sent him to a
psychiatrist. They shouted curs¢s
at him.

When the Kaiser's war broke
out, he joined the Army agd was
regarded as the * biggest fool the
Army had ever seen. But again
nobody sent him to a psychiatrist.
They. shouted curses at him;

When the war was over he wo:
sent as a reporter round offices to

ask about the employment of ex-
all thought he
wanted a job himself, all thought
he was the biggest fool they had
ever seen, and all shouted curses

soldiers. But they

at him,

What would have happened if,
Gubbins,
| these people had sent him to @

instead of cursing Dr.

psychiatrist?

The psychiatrist would have

thought him the biggest fool he

had ever seen and certified him.

As it is, Dr. Gubbins is able to

earn a living being one of th:

4 biggest fools the country has ever

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y
ments to Barbadian progress to- ify Geor Hu te
day, untidy political ogress to we ”
tion and the lack of confidence during normal working hours. If
which Barbadians of substance the House began its deliberations
feel in the island’s future. during the morning members
The second is the more serious Would be able to discuss affairs
but largely stems from the first. of vital importance to the com-
Clearly then priority must be munity with untired minds, In
given to improving the efficiency addition the reporters would,
of political administration or else through working normal hours,
the lack of confidence which now regard the Public Buildings as an
distinguishes a small number of Office and not as a place in which
the wealthy will spread down- to take notes and then go home
wards to the many. e+. SE
Democracy cannot exist where
the peoples’ representatives can

bados,

As a corollary of an office and
secretary the “Prime Minister”
much to be relieved of financial
worries and of the need of aug-
menting his modest receipts from
the Treasury. If parliamentary
government is to succeed in Bar-
bados, the Prime Minister will
have to be paid a salary com-
mensurate with his status,

Having made Parliamentary
government on the British model
possible by the adoption of the
measures recommended above, an



more cultural and spiritual atmospheres ?
The Y.W.C.A. ought to be in the forefront
of a movement to help domestic servants
to a richer life.

T designed in Blue, |

LESS DANGER
IT was announced during the week that
the Department of Highways and Trans-



port had sunk 15 suck wells to reduce the
flooding of water in the Constitution River,
but that they had been so arranged as not
to interfere with the water supply. No well
had been sunk below a plane of 50 feet
above sheet water level.

The Government is to be commended
for this step inasmuch as much of the
blame for the condition of the Constitu-
tion area was laid at the door of the owner
of the land and the Government. The trag-
edy of 1949 has not yet been forgotten and
now that the Delamere Tenantry has been
sold the public were left wondering wheth-
er the residents of the district were to be
left to the tender mercies of the flood
waters which came down after the heavy
rains every year. Now it is known that the
danger to life and property has been re-
duced.

The suggestion was not new but for
many years it was not accepted. It was
even suggested in the past that suck wells
should have been sunk in the outparishes
where it was known that water from the
various gullies endangered small stock and
poultry in various districts. Another sug-
gestion was that catchments should have
been made to prevent the prolonged rush
of flood water from the higher districts. It
would have meant that the water so stop-
ped from its downward course to Bridge-
town could then be channeled and used
for purposes of irrigation on a small scale.
It is possible that the expense of carrying
out this suggestion has delayed its accept-
ance because no other legitimate answer
has been advanced.

Now that the wells have been sunk in
this area and the danger lessened it is only
fair that the Government should insist
that the lands so occupied as tenantries
should be put and kept in proper order
and the lowlands raised in order to afford
proper public health administration.

It cannot be claimed that the condition
of the Constitution Swamp now glorified
by the name of “River” and the surround-
ing areas admit of proper cleaning and
obedience to the rules of public health.

In the Legislature it has been suggested
that the Swamp be canalised, but as this
was suggested as an employment measure
it was readily dismissed. It is more than
that however. To canalise the swamp
would release more land and would permit
an easier and faster flow of flood water
coming from St. Thomas and St. George
via Waterford and the Gully House. The
sediment and the debris could be easily
removed at various spots before it reaches
the River bed and the inner wharf causing
greater expense for dredging.

It is to be hoped that the sinking of these
wells is but the first step in a series of
changes which will improve the entire
area.





























tended that the majority of the
island’s inhabitants would be rep-
resented in the House of Assem-

to reform the system of represen-
ation to the House, the electors
returned members on an old-
fashioned double-seat basis which
may have served Barbados well
in the past but which today is
outmoded and undemocratic.

The full benefits of adult suf-
frage cannot be experienced so
long as the seats in the House of
Assembly are based on a senti-
mental parish basis instead of on
a population basis.

Under the present
whereby 3.5 per cent of the
island’s registered voters in the
parish of St. Andrew can return
the same number of representa-
tives to the House of Assembly as
the 34.1 per cent of the island’s
registered voters who live in St.
Michael the purpose of adult suf-
frage is defeated.

Before adding to the complexi-
ties of local government which
will result from the abolition of
the vestry system the representa-
tives of the parishes in the House!
of Assembly ought to introduce
legislation to make the benefits of
adult suffrage available to the
community. ,

That is the first tug which must
be given if the untidy knot of
political administration is to be
anloosed,

Next priority must be given to
the relatively simple task of
making the deliberations of the
House of Assembly immediately
available to the electors.

To achieve this end, two
can be taken. The first is t

Education
To the Editor, the Advocate,

of education at practice in Barba-
dos; if this is his aim, I can take
up the cudgels with hun.

My first point of attack, ob-
viously will be along the line of
the critic’s authority on matters
educational; and this is what 1
have to say on the matter, Though
he may be a journalist with many
years’ experience, the writer is
not qualified in any respect te
write on matters educational —
not even on the making of ap-
pointments, So much for that.

Now, to make a few observa-
tions on the educational set up
that I hoped would have been
forthcoming long ago, There are
some senior assistants aud other
assistants of the teaching frater-
aity—lackadaisical die-hards who
hate the very word of reform and
they are certainly doing their
very best to make cthers like-
wise, This group, tnrough purely
selfish reasons adopted certain
political parties with the hope of
furthering themselves even at
the expense of qualified personnel.
They welcomed (with a certain
idea uppermost) their removal
from beneath the hands of the
Clergy etc. chiefly because their

system *

holding of meetings of the House there can



speak andthe people have no
opportunity to read their speeches
until several months after they
have spoken. The present method
of reporting debates in the House
of Assembly is inefficient. Money
spent on improving it would be
money well spent, because until
the speeches of politicians are
available at least within a week
of their delivery, the electors can-
not show approval or disapproval
of their representatives’ views.
Making slight improvements on
the present system of repoming
debates will achieve little, he
whole system must be abolished
and an efficient system introduced.

‘. = -
Having made the House repre-

tive on a population as
posed to a parish basis, and
having arranged for reports of the
Assembly’s debates to be avail-
able during the week of delivery
the issue of Ministerial status has
to be faced,

Mr. Adams is virtually to-day
Prime Minister of Barbados, but
he and the three other ministers
are ministers without any offices.

How can parliamentary govern-
ment which is based on the Brit-
ish Cabinet system function if the
ministers have no offices and keep
no office hours?

his question needs no answer-
ing because everyone knows that
it does not work, When Mr.
Adams is away from Barbados all
issues of importance await his
return: and even when he is here
all of us from the Governor down
have to take our turns awaiting
Mr. Adams’ availability.

Until Mr. Adams can be provid-
ed with an office and a secretary

eto make appointments for him

be no efficiency of

it a period of relaxation,

Ro, job, but they hated
un-

the aim is to criticize the system gress of the pupil nor the educa-

~

‘Our Readers Say:

Reora} tastes were bad. They also
saw

end must be put to the present
practice of the political leader of
the government being anything
else but the leader of :a political
party. For the leader ofa. poli-
tical party with a ramon

House of Assembly to be the chief

executive of a Trade Union is

clearly incompatible with British
ideas of parliamentary govern-
ment. There are bound to be
occasions when the

terests of the government and
impartiality is impossible where
the Leader of the political party
in power is also the chief execu-
tive of the Union.

The modernising of the political
administration in Barbados along
these lines will have two impor-
tant results. The Secretariat will
come under the political control
of the party with a majority in
the House of Assembly and the
role of the Governor will
changed.

f Barbados is to have demo-
cratic government the powers of
the Governor must be abolished
and the Governor will become a
representative or an ambassador
of the Crown,

Whether those non-Barbadians
who foisted the Bushe experiment
on little Barbados gave any
thought to these matters may be
doubted, but it is time that the
logical outcome of the Bushe ex-
periment were faced by all of us.

To pretend that the present
system of government is demo-
cratic or efficient is to misrepre-
sent the facts and will add to the
existing lack of confidence in the
island’s future which is already
acting as a brake upon necessary
economic development:

most pleasant day if such a per-
son uses the method, They a‘so
assure me that with methodical
planning, there is little or no
room for after-school work. What

they do submit (and I promise
to investigate the matter) is that

they should be relieved of some of

in. the

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a Trade Union are not the in-







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ir—The writings a rin, e brake put on their political

a ca capaion, ‘Baucation Notes” activities, hence they became _ . eas a bm ee ,
certainly leave me wondering educational saboteurs. They only teachers *

most of the time what the writer think of the money they would * “BRUCE HUSBANDS

is getting after. One is able to like to receive, but they take no

guess (after hard trying) that thought for the welfare or pro- Maude Bill

tional system — a system which 7, The Editor, Th
. , e Advocate
o_ oe &% ives: be ge Sir.—The first item in your paper
upil is as a xesudt of the \ebele that attracted my attention on
ih against not the system, but— October Ist. was the debate over
RK. This can be altered, and the Maude Bill. As a résident of
hare are some sugyestions. for *°cKley, Christ Church, I fee! it
doing same: my duty to go under the name
First, and very important, they aoe oe the reasons of
ee » thie pe gn a Firstly, as Mr. Taima rightly
am Oa taal ne it is not, 825: separating this part of the
Ragalations should be introduced P&tish will certainly be the dowr.-
tofbidding teachers ¢ + fall of it, the chief money places
the © nk esut, such as the hotels in Hastings,
before the Ppl and/in the com: the Royal Theatre eto, —-will- be
pany a rower po > a th com= taken away and famous Rockiey

beach also be withdrawn.
Z

“Secondly, their jobs and remun- ‘The other reason that I will state
eration should hang (to a large is from the moral side and of
extent) on the number or per- course, all the other inhabitants
centage of ‘“success¢cs” they jhat were born and raised
produce and this should be done Christ Church, will agree with
by a yearly. check up or even me. After living in a parish like
half yearly, This will cause some Chrisg Church all our lives, must
of them to stop counting the we sit down and watch our de-
minutes they spend in school and lightful parish be tacked on to St
give the government a fair return Michael? Cf course, it can’t be,
of work for the money they re- and I only hope that Mr, Ta!ma
ceive. Some have intimated to and Mr, Crawford along with
me that the curriculum is over the members of the House ot
laden and calls for much work Assembly will not let the part of
after school hours from the staff; Christ Church from_ Rendezvous
others have informed me that down be joined to St, Michael.

any willing person can have the JULIUS. CAESAR



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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952





SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE NINE





ROGUES OF THE SEA By IAN GALE

MARY READ AND ANNE Bonney The People Of Barbados (XXVI)
wore a pe eee wecien we gS Lal “GENTRY”

became pirat —they were pre-





















-eded by Princess Alwida, daugh- a kr ol
ter of a Gothic king, and followed deka ie ~— fied quiet these : lish vessels lying at anchor. Quite
by a Chinese woman pirate, Mrs 7 whe prove that all the pre- By JOHN PRIDEAUN like the stir below London Bridge
Ching. who was a terror to all sent ge neratiory of Barbadians ire . in those days Of the Capital he
Europeans in the early Nineteenth descendants of either indentured relates that it was officially known
Century but Anne and Mary s@érvants or slaves, for had there pertod 1 have mentioned, they as ‘St. Michael's Town,’ but was
have captured the public imagin: béen no masters or owners 6f' in i jearmed the method of making commonly referred to as _ the

a apt eee there would have been neither sugar; and thus enlarging the ‘Bridge’ or the ‘Indian Bridge, y could
eae dl decane” women who s@rvant nor slave on this fair is- sphere of their trade, they from some bridge which the ear! What Mme? value

ar ey uae ‘ iand of ours: The owners who grew prodigiously rich and settlers either found or had erect

Bon > ~ e meee first settled here were connected numerous, - aver the river. Of the health there be? . . . wond
eee eee Senne tb men of. importance in those i of the port, he is not very im-
Und lo ahaa poe ware dys, and many of these mace About this time the govern- pressed as he relates of it being
young ~ Unfortunately for Mrs their fortunes out of the’ sug ment in England, which was very sickly due to the swamp by Aristoc
Read the sailor decided it was a igdustry. then in the hands of Cromwell, back of the town. But even for é

. ad a cele j confined the trade of Barbados all of this the city was b
bad bargain and put to sea again ‘ s as a busy
coma te veaeen. Te eee ro } An excellent description of the to the mother country; before, and prosperous place. Ligon states Ae prostous as pearls, os aéry ao bubbies, surpete-
months after he left, Mary's epely aqvleness * this Island is ‘ we = —— altogether that eee was ‘an Exchange Place ' ingly strong... yet cush emeningty goed wabest

as al bia ia re given by Edmund urke in hi ‘vy the itch, e sigour ex- wnere the merchants and planters magical Aristes alex
mother gave birth to a boy, and > yi ( ay anetuns eghaungue
shortly ttae wards, to her dismay, n. Account of the. Buropea: ercised towards the royal party, Dutch and British alike, met one hed
she found herself expecting an- Settlements in America,’ publish - obliged several gentlemen of another and transact their com step, ereated for you by a specialist company
other addition to her family eq in 1765, and this is well worth very good families to settle in ~ business, and especially t which makes nothing but fine stockings. There's
: : 7 rhe oting — this island, which was far from buy and sell sugar -—— both whit had

n her embarrassment she left , 1 Ss ) 3 ite i
re In th i eennt eta: wane fn the 7 reat being peopled like some other and muscovados — fustick wood to mateh your every mood and dress
ome and ¥ a Pp . When the English first land- “olonies by aad , inger; tobacco, cotto: " t
country, where the little boy died 64 hare‘ thew colonies by fugitives and per- §!bger; bacco, cotton, wool anx
eh ia cant d here, they found the place sons desperate at home, After Indigo which were the produce of
and Mary was born. we the most savage and destitut: the restoration it continued the colony. Also such articles

Mrs.Read remained in tte , that*can well be imagined, It still to advance by very hasty Were imported from abroad for
country until Mary was about had not the least appearance Saha " 2 Y the needs of the colonists “¢
four years old. All this time she of sever having bee strides. Not long after the res- Pe e colonists anc

ur years , : s g been people toration, King Charles created Which embraced everything fron

even by savages, There was
no kind of beasts of pasture o



had been very secretive as to her
activities, never letting her family
know that the boy had died. Her
plan was to substitute this girl
child of another man for her hus-
band’s baby, so that she could
return home.

Her mother-in-law was fairly
well to do, so Mrs. Read decided
to visit her. She dressed Mary
in boy’s clothes, coached her to
act as a boy and then left for the
city. Her mother-in-law was com-
pletely taken in, and while Mrs.
Read refused to stay in her house
with her, she was only too pleased





thirteen baronets from the gen-~ compere, taches, soudare and a
- . » tule - . e-s, enes and Wwoolens, vituals
>of prey, no Prpit, no herb, na Ree aia tan tlie of all kinds, swords and shoe«
root fit for supporting the life pounds a year afhnr none so ¥oWn to capers and beer ’
of man. Yet as the climate was little as cus "theaisand ” ™ On the method of trade and the
good, and the soil appeared r P fs currency used, he states that ‘al-
fertile, some gentlemen of small . The earliest historian of. this ‘ough gold pieces might some-
fortunes in England resolved to Island is Richard Ligon, who vis- mes be brought to the island by
become adventurers’ thither. ited here within two decades of vessels that had been trading wit!
But the first planters had not the first settlement, and recorded ‘he Spanish Main, the currency o
only the utter desolateness of instances of the hospitality of the ee eee
the place, and the extreme waNt settlers here. He gives an account PRALy. POUNCE G6 UERT. LORACEO. OF
of provisions to struggle with, of the hospitality “ot Colonel be aan See
but the trees were so large, of Humphry Walrond, who then re- anne OS TORS WEEP OR DEG 00
a Wood so hard and stubborn, sided ai Fontabelle,’ tacee Stel they were also so imposed. Bar-
and full of such great branches, porn), and related that the rae eed cuca te adin

a aires ; oT that they proeeeded in the clear- © 5 \t Muted ve a It was therefore quite an ordin-
to accept the crown a week which 7 ing of the ground with a diff- Corel ceing a Gentleman ‘that ary thing to sell the remaining

the good lady offered for Mary’s | ‘ ani ae hath been bred with much free- sof a C sic sie :
support and took lodgings in a MARY READ a pm jn at “tt worn down dom; liberty, and plenty in Eng- one IR ag = amen si
nearby village a ve) ieee dé Canehd R n *gual Be iis Oe eee, pai 93 : And jand’ could not spend ail his time f ,

This deception continued until , After a w hile, however, Mary's ti 4 por OEgSTs which wes Giéaréa aces s uae tolerably jn the pursuit of riches and for- — These early settlers did not con
husband died and she again assum- setting out on a privateering : e little ‘spot, the get all that he had been. accus- fine themselves to their planta



Mary’s grandmother died and ; ; ne . stale
then the girl, of her own accord, ©d the guise of a man. oe oe her W ee eee m4 =—_ toned to. When he entertained it tions at Barbados alone, for every sei
agreed to continue “‘being a boy.” the Channel, she joined a Dute' nother Woman ordinary, at das time ene was as lavish as the Island could where is recorded their zealou 72 CaSeS of

She got a job as a footboy at first regiment but soon tiring of her | gad enough, there was afford, for he would ‘have his patriotism and their high spirit o
and then 3 few years later en- duties she left the service and another and pirate on board pss Suppaaae from England table well furnished with all sorts adventure and desire to colonis’
listed in the Royal Navy. signed on as a sailor on a Dutch the ship. This was, Anne. Bonney that nothin ‘w and precarious, of good meat the Land and Sea other places which existed at thi
Bint tae West Indiaman. Sout. Tato tha Aoteaenn |. abet ne but the noblest afforded, and as freely bid his period and has continued dow!

When this ship reached the pirate Jack: Rackam, who. was courage, amd firmness ‘which friends “welcome to it.” through the centuries. This spir'!

She left the Navy soon, how- Caribbean it was. overtaken by nae! & qaarbascor re oO aris ela ke aee too many praises [t js true that Ligon received is also imbibed in the coloured
ever, and enlisted in a foot regi- English pirates who ransacked it gran re 7 h e Tale ; * a. ave carried them through ‘many favours at the hands of the face, for there is hardly a Barba-
ment in Flanders as a cadet. for spoils, Mary, being the only 1), aa Pe ae re oe art _arneeneee which they Walrond family and many have ‘ian who has not got an affectio
Getting no promotion after many English sailor on board, was im- g © t es wee h > nne had waa the noblest work in theicpeen biassed in their favour, but for this little Island. There wer
battles, Mary left that regiment pressed into the pirates service a ‘ er husband on the oo » the cultivating and peo- this record of Ligon’s is confirmed Barbadian settlers who assisted ir
and joined a regiment of horse and then the Dutch ship ‘was S3"¢ > Providence for Rackam, | F. end . rece’ part of the py a visitor to the Island not more the capture of Jamaica in, 1655
marines. Occupying the same allowed to sail away. and wherever'he signed on she 8slobe. But by degrees things than a decade after Ligon’s vistt. and many of these remained ther«

tent with her in this regiment was For many months Mary lived always accompanied him in were mollified; e of the This visitor could not help com- for they could obtain land i:

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without declaring herself Mary demonstrating the manly qualities The stage was now set for Ss Sat ania artes a e tween Ghis Island and that of the mee chee wn wane LASSITUDE

fell violently in love with him. of hardihood and courage that coment. Attract” by ' Bery's fair becoming Paahicnable in ae same class of individual in Eng- !imed by others who wished t eas
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Her passion was so absorbing that none of her comrades suspected skin and good looks Anne paid land , . :
her comrades thought her mad her sex. However, when it was ® great deal of attention to her the come bakin great oe of Barbados lived much better
and she was in danger of being announced that a Royal Pardon 2d tried to attract her in many lay aside its savage disposition than their counterpart in the





discharged from the service. At would be given to any pirates who WaYS. Noticing this, Jack Rackam and _ to submit to cultu Mother Country, What struck this against the French ot Spanish i
last, in her desperation she re- gave up their unlawful pursuits became very, jealous, and when ’ oT an Oe visitor was the number of slaves fe et Bi cosas ged ge i ; of
vealed to the astonished lad that she decided to retire to an in- Anne eventually declared her ‘These good appearances in ©Wned by the gentry of Barba- eer ee. ee ae yas in CaSeS 0,

ticipate, for as Burke records -

‘this island can raise near fiy

thousand men of its own militi
’

she was really a girl and a’few active life ashore. For some desires, Mary. had no alternative | América, and the storm: which dos for they owned from one
weeks later they were married. months she lived on ‘one of ‘the but to tell her the truth, After Some time after began to gather hundred to three hundred of these
Mary returned to England with West Indian islands. But her this the two women were firm in England, encouraged many people who were theirs to com-

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pirates overcoming the honest Which at that time under- #ain he decides in favour of the ' An Beet gt PEO tier
sailors and then electing Jack stood the advantages of colonies Barbadian gentry for they were Journal of the Went india. Exp



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Rackam t in i but Mttle; amd wmch was be- More sure of their possessions, tion, under date 1654 Sloane M %
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and at last the tur Ae Lee nese, which came afterwards °" England fought for: Put they Pata , ma
hi y captured a mer- so terribly to their own lips, “oue abuse it 1........." (1) nin

chant ship, Among the survivors The court took no other notice

pve a ryoung’ navigator who of ‘this island’ than to grant {t Ligon also confirms Burke's
carne Mary’s attention first to a very unworthy and.un- Statement as to the condition of |
when she saw him signing the — faithful favourite, the earl of ‘he Island within a short period! ’ H
articles. Her passion soon became Carlisie which, us may be Of time after its settlement. Het BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
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The Queen And Sir Hugh Draws up a Coronation List

Her Advisers

By J. CHUTER EDE, M.P., former Home Secretary
The difficulty of explaining the

age, insist that the circle from
process of government lies in the

which the “entourage” is drawn

fact that it depends so much onin- shall be as wide as the nation
tangible relationships which are itself.
much more easily felt than ana- No matter how sincere may

lysed. This is particularly true of
the Crown.”

_WITH these words W. Ivor Jen-
nings Opens his chapter on “The
Monarchy” in his book on “Tne
British tion.”

Everyone who has participated

be the efforts of the members of
this Court circle to keep them-
selves free from political bias,
they will, while they come solely
from a small and recognisable
ection of society, be suspected of
hostility to popular causeyin times

the Un a Kingdon will coderse ef political and cons’ itutional
prey te Ry oy semen Co*Aithoughe of spicion may
rists may at t to impose, prac Although such | susp’ oe
titioners find it difficult to dis- De UnJust, it is inevitable while
cever exactly drawn lines, existing conditions remain. By

The text-books on the relation. Widening the intake to these

8 wi posts the Queen could remove the
uainisters fee ee iat 7 ‘ause of even unjust suspicion. —
rely on memoirs dealing wit It has been incontrovertibly
routine a generation or more ou MW ‘tablished that when a Minister
of date. tenders advice to the Queen such

The writers can only surmise a “dvice is invariably accepted.
to the intangible relationships ex- | he only possible exception is a
isting at present. Yet it is certain ‘commendation from. a Prime
that the general public expects Minister that Parliament should
that in the future these réelation- be dissolved.
ships between Queen Elizabeth
and ber advisers Shall continue Safeguards
t direct.

. An occasion when refusal to

Remove Doubts
But let us recognise that in ad-
dition to hér Ministerial advisers.

accept such advice would have
been justified has not occurred in
recent times in the United King-

the Queen is sutrounded by dom, but it has arisen in the Com-
another group of people wit): monwealth.
whom she is in close and constan! Formerly, another possible

contact.

Their outlook and background
toust, in part, at least, create and
considérably influence the atmos-
phere in Which she lives,

Of this smal] group Jennings,
who wrote, we should remember,
during the Second World War,
says:

“The methods adopted by the
royal entourage, and acquiesed in,
perhaps unwillingly, by the royal
family, tend to perpetuate that
social) stratification which is so
inconsisteht with democracy. The
main cause is the maldistribution
of wealth, and it is assisted by
the public school system and the
oeenr of the educational lad-
ler.’ If he recommends clemency,

Already the post-war years .ondemnatory letters arrive from
have seen a beginning in the re- those who think the sterner course
distribution of wealth, thus dim~ should have been adopted. He

inishing the power of the mone- cimijarly receives correspond-
ence, some of it violently abusive,

tary cause of “social stratification.”
The highest forms of education jr he fails to make a recommenda-
tion.

are miuch more accessible. This
oa ined on tence aaa To take one actual example, in
from whom the Queen can choose the case of Ronald True dissent
those who- shal] surround the fom the ministerial advice was
“ yoiced in the House of Commons
and remained vocal outside for

Throne, ;
The riext few years will see the
continuation of these changes, â„¢@ny years.
The inevitability of their conse Next Stage
quences cannot be doubted. It would have been deplorable
The Queen should, in the cir- if the charge—without foundation,
cumstances of this and the comingin my opinion—that this man’s

cause of difficulty was the action
to be taken on Ministerial advice
to increase the peerage so that the
veto of the House of fA, on pro-
gressive legislation might be over-
ridden. The amended Parlia-
ment Act has rendered the consid-
eration of such a contingency un-
necessary.

The Queen is safeguarded from
any controversy which adminis-
trative acts might involve so long
as the doctrine of ministerial re-
sponsibility is honoured.

For instance, the Queen exer-
cises the Royal prerogative of
merey on the recommendation of
the Home Secretary. The action
he takes never satisfies everyone.





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On the desk lay a plastic
very pink and patriotic, and a
plastic palm wand of the sort
waved by loyal subjects in stage

rose

plays.

Sir Hugh Casson fingered them
appraisingly: “Contractors’ sam-
pies,” he explained. They have
been sent to his office in the hope
that he will buy them by the
gross to hang up on the Corona-
tion route.

For three years from 1943
Casson was director of architec-
ture to the Festival of Britain.
Working to a confidential advance
estimate which cannot be much
less than £100,000, he is now
designing and co-ordinating Cor-
onation decorations for the City
of Westminster, which takes in
most of the six-mile processional
route to and from the Abbey.

Perhaps it is fairer to say that
the job is being done by two
married couples. With Casson
as the leading spirit. His design-
ascistants are Peter Miller (28),
architect, and Miller’s wife Sheila
(24), who finished training as a
graphic designer two months ago.

ietenentneeninnatiae

life was spared because powerful
society influence had been exerted
on his behalf could have been
made against the reigning mon-
arch instead of against the Home
Secretary. ,
Ministers are responsible to 4



House of Commons, elected by |
universal suffrage, for all the
advice they tender to the Queen

and for ail the acts they do in
her name.

That model forms the working
basis of each of the self-govern-
ing Dominions which make up
the British Commonwealth of
Nations.

In these the Queen is Head of

the State, and her representative, |

in her name, receives and acts
on the advice of Ministers as
she does here. At United Nations
meetings these countries speak
and vote separately and not
always in agreement. Their do-

mestic legislation is by no means |

uniform,

All_ the
throughout
concerned to find
by which, while this essential
diversity of application is pre-
served and their responsibility to
their own electorates is maintain-
ed, these great nations shall be
able to bring their collective in-
fluence to bear on world events.

Queen's
the world must be
some means

This is the next stage in the
evolutionary process, and one of
the great tests of the continued
vitality of British democracy will
be Tts ability to accomplish it.

The first Elizabethan Age was
an @ra of adventure and expan-
sion, Those same characteristics
must mark the second Eliza-
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»He has a third heip in Lady Cas-

son, who, like her
practising architect.

Already the team has produced
200 sketches of route and off-
route projects from triumphal!
arches downward. Worked up
into sets of alternative perspec-
tive designs, these have to be
lodged with Westminster Council
before the end of this month,
then discussed with other
designers, including those of the
Ministry of Works, who are
responsible for such sites as The
Mall. Trafalgar Square and Par-
liament Square.

Secret

For the time being Casson’s
detailed proposals are on the
secret list. One thing is already
beginning to emerge, however, on
Coronation Day there may be
touches of sprightly innovation
down side streets. But the Cor-
onation route itself will discreetly

husband, is a

echo the past, with tradition as
the keynote.

“The Coronation,” says Cas-
son, “is. above all things a

on,

national and religious ceremony.
On the procéssional route ‘exhi-
bition’ antics would be out of
place, Royal ciphers and coats-
of-arms inevitably enter into the
decorative scheme. You cannot
monkey about with the design of
uch things even if you want to.
My aim is to be gay, elegant and
lighthearted without being face-
tious; dignified without being
pompous.”

| Casson has been designing
ephemerally, mainly for exhibi-
jtions, trade fairs and the like,
ever since the war. At 42 he is
typical of architecture’s frustrat-
ed generation, “As an archi-
tect I have built practically
nothing,” he regrets,

Soon after he qualified his
father received £1,500 under
somebody's will. He said affably
to Hugh: “Would you like to
| buy yourself into a practice? Or
go to Honolulu for fun? Or build
5 house and sell it?” Casson chose
|to build a house because as he
| says, the only way of becoming a
| real architect is to put something

Ministers | up as soon as you can “and see

what s wrong.”
So Casson built what he defines
as a “funny little peekaboo five-

bedroom job” which still stands
outside Winchester. It cost
Casson senior £1,175 plus _ site

value, and was sold after three
months’ hawking. Father made
no profit on the deal. Between
1985 and 1938 Casson built four
more houses of the same type at
£1,500 to £2,000. His commission
on each house was about £90-—
“not much return for six months’
part-time work.” To make ends
meet he cultivated sidelines:
commercial drawing, architectural
journalism and what not.

He had met Margaret Mac-
donald, a girl from South Africa,

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952





in the b studio at the Bartlett
School of Architecture, where they
vere fellov tudents She wa
designing a vicarage and, provo-
itively enough, did not seek his

dvice, That was in 1933. Whe
y married five years late:





Casson was earhing £10 a week
He looked forward to establish-
ing himself as a “private-practice’

arehitect and making a name for
himself between 1940 and 1950
i.e., by his 40th birthday Insteac
of which he found himself daubing
airfields as a camouflage officer ir
the Air Ministry.

After that came aé_ spell as

technica! officer with the Ministr
ef Town and Country Planning
From 1948 he was up to his ear:
in South Bank affairs, which wor
him his Knighthood, The South
Bank is now an emotion recollect-

ed in tranquillity, I permittec
myself a grumble about the Dome
and the Skylon. “You didn’
have to like them,” said Cassor
equably.

He and his partner, Neville
Conder, have an office in Ola
Brompton Road with five assist-»
~ an a secretary.

_ As in the ’thirties, he de

in part on sidelines, Fo gy
better sidelines. He has a sal-
aried post as Reader in Interior
Design at the Royal College of Art,
Most of the interior design com-
missions that come his way pri-
vately are of the gilt-edged sort.
He finds time, how I cannot im-

agine, for writing, broadcasting |
and miscellaneous drawing as|
well |

These are things which help pay |
for the family car, a 1927 Rolls, |
and the upbringing of the little!
Casson girls, Carola (11), Nicola |
(9) and Dinah (6),

Since the war the Casson men-|
age, six including governess, have |
dived in a three-storey, 1840-ish |

house off Kensington Church |

Street with fetchin rey and
white paint on its nsek. ¥ .

At week-ends mother and father
do professional work in one leg
of the L-shaped _ sitting-room
one's each has an architect’s desk.

desk is noticeably nicer than
the other. There are amible
squabbles as to who shall use it,

In-a week or two the Cassons
move to a nine-roomed house in
red brick at Kensington, not far
from Casson’s R.C.A, job, The

riod is 1890-1900, which, Casson

Is, is going to be the next
bricks-and-mortar fashion, the
on early-Victorian houses

having, he considers, about spent

itself,
Snug

In Kensington the Cassons will

have separate work-rooms, Lady

Casson has already chosen hers.

It is something snug at the top of

the house. Who is to have the

favourite desk js to be settled by
negotiation and treaty.

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7 Ee eS al ps embers X r . : . Guesh's Park reel; 8.30 p.m. Chopin; 8.45 p.m, 9.45 p.m. The Billy Mayer! eve nals of ‘taking the Shetland Bus’ when . Taken from the Robin Hood Suite with the famou “Dresden ~ **
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EDUCATION NOTES:

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RING t i

closest



th om ny
have passed me by, mere-
ey ispected that I





€ tempted to discuss
educatic th The fiat
eems to |} ) forth that a

member of the teaching fraternity

found fraternising ith the write
of Education Notes in the “Advi
cate” will be considered beyond
the pale. If I am correc my
suspicions then there are several
hundreds of people with whon

they will not be able to consort in
future,

If I have martyrised myself,
then like the Psalmist “I am con-
tent to do it.” I am not the only
person who knows that some-
thing is wrong with education in
this island, That does not wor
me, but what is distressing, i

the

to

to find that only people who
do not seem realise this, are
the people closely connected wit!
the administration of education
in Barbados. And I am going t
prophesy now that unless some
public enquiry is instituted in th
very near future many Barba-
dians will be ashamed of the fact
that we once boasted of having
the best system in the West Indies



or at least system ‘which pro-
duced more scholars pro rFatio
of populatic than any other in
the area

Tf was with some difficulty that

I got confirmation of the appoint
ment of Miss M. D. Weston, B.S«

of the staff of Queen’s College
the Inspectorate of the Elemer
ary Schools. I knew of its po

sfhility even before I criticised th:
appointment of another -Misire
of the College to the headship of
the School At tl
time 1 wa yvondering wh
Miss Weston had evér been oifel
ed the appointment. >

Y am now wondering whether
Mrs. Adams had taken the ap
pointment at Richmond and Miss
Weston had accepted the post of

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Following the unconfirmed re-
port from Puerto Rico about pos-
sible bad weather some weeks
ago, the Harbour Master notified
all lumber dealers who had lum-
ber lying on the wharf of the in-
ner basin to have it removed. as
quickly as possible.

Steady work by porters and
clerks. of the various tumber
yards helped to clear the wharf a
great deal,

Some of the lumber is_ still
lying there but it is expected that
this will be removed early nex
week,

Up to the present there has been
no further report from the Har-
bour Master’s Office about possi-
ble bad weather, but storm and
hurricane warnings are still being
published,

Bus And Bicycle
Collide

Shortly after 12.15 p.m, yester-





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= 7 a i, f r lo O
DS 2 Tectures On
7 Shak
ERRORS Shakespeare
A, y é of ecture# on |}
Inspector Sch t would bas ppe ig this year. Is Shakespeare, uncer : auspices |
lave happe Que C@i- there any justification then for tne _Extra-Mural Departrssst
lege. I say because the Fe- removin f the teachers (ana the U.C.W.I., is being given by
coniiaindaticn: } Director for a specialis trom Queen's Col- Mi Aut re Douglas-Smith Resi-
this mew appointment must have lege 1 used the same afgumenydent Tutor. When Mr Douglps- |
been made or contemplated at the against the appoigtment. of an Smith ‘first came to Barbados, she
m me as the headshiy Assistant Mistress from the St. gave a most stimulating and a=
Richmond School. Michael’s Girls’ School to the forriative series on 5! TT
This would have meant that headship of the Richmond School. and his audiences on those former
! both appointments. taking If this method of taking teach- oceasions will no doubt return—
place, the College would have ers from the First and §e¢0nd and encourage their friends 10)
een short of two mistresses taken Grade schools is a settled policy, hear him deal with plays which
rom First Grade Schools and and I hope that I-do the Director he has not yet lectured on in
ised in Elementary Educateon. no harm by tnis inference, then public, The course consists of ten |;
A is now Qu ‘s College was I do him the justice of saying that jectures as follows :
pened one week after it was sup- I do not beliewe that he realises 1, Shakespeare's Stage
posed to have been opened; that the danger Of such a _ policy. 2. The Comedy of Errors.
September 23 instead of Sep- Whether he intends it or not itis 3. King John
tember 16 bound to reduce that standard of $+. Julius Caesar.
But those are mere trifles as teaching at these schools and al 5, As You Like It
igainst the graver aspects of the 4 time when it is admitted that 6. Twelfth Night
matter. It seems tc be a settlea there is great difficulty in getting i. Othello.
sey of the Director to use as Specialists teachers in this island. g Macbeth.
iny teacher fro: Secondary Of course on some future occa- 9- Anthony and Cleopatra.
hools to fill gaps in the ele- Sion, and if I am not side tracked 19, The Winter’s Tale.
ntary education administration by more errors ofthis kind, I The first, on Shakespeare’s'
s he possibly can. In the case Shall examine this clamour for Stage, was given on Monday night
f Mr. Jarvis a merciful Provid- Specialist teachers, what it is cost jst, 29th September, at Wake-
ice recalled him to Lodge School yiné this island (in terms of anX- field to an encouragingly large
fter he had been taken from tty) and the fallacy of the pre- audience; and even if the lecturer
larrison College and' made an Sent method. went over more or less familiar

inspector

I am assuming that the Direet-
will stick to his guns and
claire that according to the pub-
hed advertisement, he needed
mathematical specialist on his
spectorate. Let me ask if Miss
Weston can be of aS much use as

n Inspector of Schools as she
can be where it is the constant
omplaint that the girls are not
coming up to the standard de-

1anded for the Barbados Scholar-
hip
in
pinion of my own; I am mere-
y drawing reasonabie~inferences
he Government recently amend-
ed the Barbados Scholarship Act

» allow the fifth scholarship for
‘irls to. be awarded to a boy if
no girl came up to standard. This

s what happened last year and it



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Kainfail irom Codrington
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Total Rainfall for month to
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‘Temperature.; 70.5° F.
Wind Velocity : 4 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(11 a.m.) : 29.958.
TO-DAY
5.49 a.m.
Sunset : 6.00 p.m,
Moon : Last Quarter, Oclo-
ber 10,
Lighting : 6.00 p.m,

> 29.983

Sunrise

High Tide ; 4.49 a.m., 4.41
p.m.

Low Tide : 10.36 a.m., 11.15
p.m.



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Harold Browne of Stroud Land, {y Pavideon, Henry D. wanace jacigle
in ¢ ac . Smith averdene, -Cyctorama »
St. Philip, was involved in aM aC- Wonderful Counsellor, Timothy H. Van-
cident on Magazine Lane, City, sluytman, Emeline, Marion Belle Wolfe
with the motor bus M-767 while fotor Ves tT B. Radar, Investi-
he was riding his father’s bicycle. ; 7A WOON RIVAL
Browne was not hurt. At the er Blin Wonita, from triG@ab
time of the accident the bus was under Captaim WH: Beniston. Con-

proceeding in the direction o ) The Schootier Owners’ Associn-

White Park. The front fender of

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| e*fsulific *rertment you have been needir

I shall digress here to Sive ® ground, it is always pleasant |tp
ae aasat pais ot toda a aes an expert discourse on your |
Frcol and he is peld $988 pet favourite literary period. :
month.to teach Spanish and Book- Mr. Douglas-Smith’s exposition
Keeping, It might be a good allo- on the stage, an understanding of

cation of specialists but to me it which is essential to the enj@y-

is not a matter for commendation nt and criticism of the plays

to anybody concerned. Diggs mae ae by * a ae ;
: 4 ,, de Witt’s famous ra > is

a of gee caetn td doe, then went on to a discussion a! >

vey the idea that the Director of utmber of interesting questi¢ns | >

fducation is responsible for all which will perhaps be endlesskly

debatable. Are producers wrong |

in cutting Shakespeare’s plays?, Is

“Theré “hot © evidérice {hat _ Hamlet
cause it would take a genius of no ust ‘have betn “cut in Sihakes-|
mean calibre to be able to find Peare’s own day and that there
perhaps versions’ of

all these wrong things to.do and Were .
in such sequence, the: play? ! b
And so the Director should join The quéstion of Shakespeate’s
with me in asking for a Commis- alleged contempt for the dramatic |
sion of Enquiry. unities was raised and by illustta-
: tion Mr. Douglas-Smith pointed
out that not only was Shakespeate |

the errors of which I have com-

acting

J. EB.

not the pioneer of this revo-|

Waterfront lution but was himself not al-|)
a ways so disdainful of the unities |

B as many ~people seem to think. |
usy Nor have tha.unities been banisb-

ed forever; for a modern €x-

THE waterfrént bustled with ample of uncompromising adHer-
activity yesterday. The schooners ence to this principle is tos be
Timothy H. Vansluytman and found in R. C, Sheriffs “Journey’s
Zita Wonita which arrived in port End”. _
on Thursday and Friday nights It was interesting to hear fiat |
respectively, were unloading their Hamlet was acted at sea by Eliza |
cargoes of copra and charcoal and betham sea-dogs not six months |
this involved the assistance of after it appeared in London. |
local dealers in this commodity The lectures are on successive
together with that of the crew’s. Monday ‘nights, excluding the
Another arrival was the schooner bank holiday, and the fee for the|
Marion Belle Wolfe with similar“course is 84 cents for Association | ‘
cargo. : 4 members and $1.00 for non-mem
Launches and their crews had a bers.
busy day. This was occasioned by



the arrival of the ships Golfito - e ° F
and the new Saguenay Terminals Police Officer ©
steamer Sunadele which brought “
passengers and general cargo to b . P
eee Intransit

Many relatives and friends of Z 3
passerigers om “the liner Golfito Assistant Superintendent C, St.

were at the Baggage Warehouse Louis of the Trinidad Police Force,
to welcome their respective peo- atrived here _ yesterday by the
ple, who included the West In-.Golfite from England intransit on
dies cricketers and His Lordship his way back home. “He had at-
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wit us in our recent bereayement|Deor Sedan in Al condition and fully | SHOP attached, situ the sane |Dr. Mgnning) Thursday $th at. 1'p.m ‘ ”
occasioned through the death of funsured to June 1953. What offers 7/04 WELLINGTON and = BECKWITH | Wooden Frame 18 x 10 » 6 te te tomas Keep this date open for the ere
Theresa Ann Griffith on 29 Dial 3788. Mrs, P. A. Cheesman STREETS, Bridgetown, standing ou 5550] Terms Cash. R. Archer Mc Kenzie i HALO REVEALS ‘ 7 BUNGALOW, LODGE
Joseph Griffith ‘thusband), Clar 5.10.52—3n, | *Quare fect of land 5 . ST. MICHAEL—3 -
ence Griffith (son), Every] Bowen { The house cor tains drawing d dining oe aimee 5. 10.52--3n. ANNUAL LEEWARD THE HIDDEN BEAUTY roorr drawing & dining ition,
(grand) 5.10,52—1n CAR—One (1) Chrysler (Windsor) |700Ms, pantry and kitehen, on ground a e kitchenette, breakfast room,
Sas Fluid Drive Automatic Gears in perfect floor, and 2 bedrooms (1 in rt em ws NOTICE OF YOUR HAIR pantry, garage, ‘4 to 14% acres.
We beg through thi oaaa Tyres practically new. Apt ap ) —- ual conveniences, u it —— ggg seen Shares pERIGHTWoon, ST. LAWRENCE.
edi to thank all those kindjto Mr . dney Kinch r Me ernmen water and electric is ndia iscuit Co. L ted Beach property 3 bed
itiends who sent. wreaths, carda or } Courtesy oe r 110.52. 1a, | installed ’ ne era ae Shares 7 nner the 48TH eae cena Bia
‘“ vy condoled with us in ou iis ih | iapection on application to Mrs. | Segoe Shipping & Trading Co., on ae NOVEMBER Batbing :
ment occasioned by the CAR-One (1) Plymouth Sedan i good | iter on the premises, or Mr i id. Shares CLARENDON, BLACK ROCK—
eit dene con and brothe: | Condition, Apply Mr. Atwell c/o Dear’s| Hinds at Cosmopolitan Guest Hous 0 Barbados Co-operative Cotton Fae- at PARADISE BEACH Low priced house with about 1
eth Springer Garage 5.10. 52—3n,. Bay Street, dial 4208 tory Ltd. Shares CLUB vere. 2 reception, dining room,
Mrs. Maude Burrowes (mother) _.{ The above property will be set up for The abovementioned shares wll be set of 2 bedrooms
Bertie, Rudolph, Horace (brothers) CAR—One (1) Austin A-70, pertect | %?'¢ by public competition at our office, ie oe sale at Public Auction on Friday, BUNGALOW, THE GARDEN,
Iris, Marjorie, Una, Fraulein | sondition. Owner driven, for further | James Street, Bridgetown, on "Thursday he th October, 1952, at 2 pm, at And watch this space. WORTHING Recently built with
(sisters) . 5.10.52—1n, | nformation dial 2838. 3.30,09-en. | 9 ‘October, SE eS ee (secur SAY, Races Bias, patio, verandah, living room,
‘ie rE OOD & BOYCE, rn. 5.10.52—4n; TICKETS: $1. ’ garage
WALCOTT — Mr. Victor Walcott jan’ || CHRYSLER ROYAL 1938 MODEL, CAR, | 1.10,62—81 ER THE ‘ _ sane ee seeatts attractive
m beg to thank a se 1% 8 good tyres and a bargain at $700.00 ND)
Ticals ant relatives who attended th SSeurlesy Getagé, Dial 4si6 § LAND 4,626 sq. feet of cultivated |". IVORY HAMMER lots 10,000 to 18,000 sq
funeral, sent wreaths, cards, letters, « 3.1.52—6n. | Kitchen garden land now reaping (Govt By instructions received from the BUNGALOW, BLUE ‘WATERS—
in any other way expressed sympatt | water installed) with fruit bearins | Den ge S seneee sell on Friday, Modern home with 3 verandahs,
with us in our recent bereavemen FARGO TRUCK — a ' House on the land can be pur- One at Messrs, General Motor reception, dining room, 3 -
accasioned by the death of our dea: | fruck. Mechanioaliy Sond Sh tenner chased, if desired. Airy spot, cool. Con-| (us, ,co.. Nelson S® (1) 1952-A-40 Austin DAY NEW } “COVE SPRING COTTAGE, SF
jmother Sarah Rebecca Walcott who die: } generally good. Engine recently over-|“#¢t C. Hackett, C/o Advocate Printery. Tae een ae in accident, s Pn aby ee Kain enige ST.
on 24th September, §.10.52—1r nauled, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616 5.10.52-—1n erms Cash, Sale at MES awing réom,
i 7 ace pee = ela lalei dle tect die VINC ENT” GRIFFITH, dining room, 3 bedrooms, gara;
3,10.52—3n a ee
"| INDIAN CASTLE ESTATE, NEVIS Auctioneer, BROWN’S NAUTICAL Wea. Botking
N MEMORIA TRUCK—One 1947 Chevrolet Truck )500 acres (32 in coconuts). With or eee ALMANAC 1953 , JAMES COAST 2 storey secidenns
— ——-———— a ie without animal flocks (cattle, sheep The M/V. “MONEKA” will ES COAST—2 storey residence
CAIN In sacred memory of our 232 in A-one Condition. One 1959 P. Sn accept Cargo and Passengers for attractive location. Excelient bath
beloved Montrose Jessica Cain who ee Sal ae mathe or” 2. a | SSS. Eee Doreedy aaa Pe Lome Te THE SILVER FOUNTAIN PEN SACKS Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, ing 2
was called to higher service on Octo- . . mm - : AMMER Nevi d St. Kitts, and Pi MODERN HOUSE, ee bit
Cweedside Road. 27.9.52-—% a y FOR ALL PENS levis an ee at m1—
een: x boast lies a picture of ee “RORAM , a Chatte! dwellinghouse I, On Thursday, 9th Oct. by order of When joints and mus eres On cae breakfast Seam. be bedece
jeep in ou rts s a . , standing on rented land at corn ¢|Mrs. Gordon Yearwood, 4 ing Friday 3rd October, reakfas' room, 3 bedrooms,
our dear Montrose, whose memory ELECTRICAL | Sancing TOR Peat ae TCAD ihe. Hous sppoovenette’ at eis sell We sxe the only — 2 cles are wracked with } garage
will never fade; St. Michael. Inspection on appication | Hall Cottage” Dayrells Barbados equipped wi e , remem- © M/V. “CARIBBEE” will }}) RESIDENCE, ST. JAMES
link of love she f d lif, | DE yrells Road, which in- Th
That link of love she forged in life,| BATTERIES—Car Batteries. Two (2)|to the Public Trustee, Public Buildings, | Cudes Extension Dining Table, Upri Tools for fitting sacks and liabl eT White accept Cargo and Passengers for {( COAST—Valuable and beautifully
Death has made it stronger. 6 Volt Batteries, excellent condition; | Bridgetown | and Ch le, Upright ber reliable 4 s “ Montserrat, maintained property. Drawi d
live in hearts we leave behind Fairly Re: adi “iced ¢ a: ; \rm airs, very nice Waggon, mibs to Fountain Pens. Liniment. A single massage Dominica, Antigua, OUeerT a ! Pp ‘awing ani
To we 3 r gelsty pe a enon nney oman call at) The ho nd its appurtenances Whatnot; Double End Settee and cush- N' ‘ATI ERY Al brings warming Nevis and St. Kitts, and Passen- {{ a maine rooms, verandahs, sun deck,
not to die; Swan Store, No. 50 Swan Street | be t up sale by public compet | jon Rockers; Gate-Leg; ‘Tea Tab! JOH SON’ ON ° gers only for St. Lucia, Sailing ({{ 5 bedrooms, etc.
To_ dwell with Christ is ee dite. 5. 10. 62—1n | ¢ James Street, Bridgetown j Hamlet Stool. Lady's, ‘Deak; Souamaal 7 comfort, Why suffer when Saturday 11th October, 1952. { MALTA, ST, PETER — Solid
Ever to be remembered by Maria: — ———— — ,, Sth October 1902, at | @h¢ Writing Tables, Morris (Chairs with relief is so near at hand? \ modern home with every con-
Gin deening anes iy, Art ge ep a ge eg he ag ual Spring eushions all in Mahogany: Ax- B.Wi. sUMOONER OWNERS’ ) venience. Lounge deck, sitting
Cae OE) Pe orkay * ott fi Peer etOr ae one oe wears RpAme OOD a9 heres fos A ae _ China WHITE ASSOCIATION (INC.) a ae ipl 7
10.52—8n, | Cabine ‘olding Card Table; R.C.A. - vishly
(nephews and neice, US.A) Mrs. guarantee rema’ #875 cash Abeluaing - Radio; Glass and China; C equipped
a sano gieeeeniabieomehtad _ ,; Radio; Glass a rystal Bow Consignee, Tele. No. 4047 quipp ome with lounge, din-
Ruby ‘Sealy, see Hu my. Gelivery. Phone 8521. 0.52—2n.| SHOP—As a going concern “THE Dinner and Tea Services; Paintings and | REALTORS LIMITED ie ing Foom, 4 bedrooms, double
Caroline Brathwaite. e Hinds -—~ | JANETTA DRESS SHOP.” For terms | Pictures: Brass Jardinieres, Bowls &c: « " Gttade. (ai) services
family and many friends. TWO (2) 12 gallon Electric Hot Water |; conditions apt to Cotte, Catford | Ansonia Clock; Verandah Chairs; Sim- i, GRAEME BALL — Recently
RENT faces. apply: “Beabley Kinch, | Por >) = 110 AA | Deep Blea’ aah ibe Mattcseenty Bit OFFERS dining room, gallery “S pedroome,
= ie * ODS | ge ep Sleep and Fibre Mattresses : ining room, gallery, 3 bedrooms,
FOR fin 1,10.52—4n. |" “LYNDALE” St. Leonard’s Avenue, |tored Press, Bureau Bedside “apie: ' garage. laundry Genuine bargain.
jstanding on approximate!y 10,876 sq. ft | Prie-Dieu Ghair in Mahogany; Singer NEW BUNGALOW { RESIDENCE, ST. JAMES’ COAST
HOUSES LIVESTOCK |gallery, drawing, dining and 8 bed-|Sewing Machine; 3 Burner Fhrfection Known as No. 10, Blue Waters, aha ian a inna Palms ips —Recently built. Patio, drawing
Appléeby-on-sea, St. James. iy lat rooms, large Kitchenette, garag flower | Stove; Coolerator Zine Top. Tables: and standing on ‘approximately room, dining roo.a, 5 bedrooms,
built house, Has never been occupied PUPPIES—Half-bred_ Terrier Puppies, |#M4 Kitchen gardens with bearing fruit | Kitehen Utensils; Scales; — Garden 14,000 square feet of land, com- use ae pane baths. Bathing.
Four bedrooms, dining, a rooms|6 weeks old. Phone 8222. trees. Inspection daily after @ p.m. |Bench; Carpenter's Tools, Books, Can- prising three bedrooms, one with SOUTHBOUND aby an ee abedt-aie
and verandahs. Modetn ience =. 3.10.52—1n, | Phone 4660 “8 =. Vite tan ae many other items. dressing-room and toilet and bath Sails Sails Salts Arrives — Sails ade ape about 4¥4 ae
Phone 2985, Nirs. C. ©. Sjatke. emcees oo . 4 ~3n Sale fi 0 Soles peerient condition attached, combination drawing and Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados and dining fTooms, 7 % neeebone:
.10.62-—2n. ire. — Pure bred Bull Mostift|' Tee" dersianed will offer dar aele be ; erms Cash dining room, separate toilet and Lady Nelson ; 22 Sep 25 Sep 27 Sep 7 Oct 7 Oct | usual outbuildings ce
=~ Bitch Puppy. Phone 0174 | yu igned will offer for sale by BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., bath, modern kitchen, two servants Canadian Cruiser .. 1.Oct 4 Oct 14 Oct. 14 Oct. |
APARTMENT—Upstairs at “Gardift” 7th 2.10.52—4n. |Public competition at their Office No. 17. Ahetloneats rooms with toilet and bath, garage Canadian Constructor 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 23 Oct. 2 Oct. | WHITEHALL, ‘CODRINGTON
Avenue, Bellevile to an approved tenant | High Street, on Friday 10th October 1952, uction: This rt n be bought for Lady Rodne 24 Oct 27 Oct 29 Nov 7 Nov 8 Nov HILL—Converted into 4 s/c flats.
Ges und Electricity installed. For par- at 2 p.m. the dwellinghouse known as 5. 10. 52—2n pi te Boe ae . ee et : . ‘4 e NEWTON LODGE, MAXWELL
ficulars apply to Mrs, P. H. Burton MECHANICAL “BARBAKEES” standing on 2 Acres, 13 @ retsonable figure. Please contact Canadian Challenger 6Nov. J Nov 1 Nov. 18 Nov COAST — Substantial property.
‘Teohone 3 3528. 4.10.52—2n In COMPRESSORS ! : perdhes ef land ituate at Barbarees | UNDER THE SILVER | Us as soon as possible. Canadian Cruiser 25 Nov 28 Nov. 8 Dec 8 Dec Galleries, drawing and dining
es ee 2 salle ior operation from | Hill, St. Michael. ! i ae rooms, 3 large bedrooms, garages.
Anns PLANTATION HOU power-take-off of Tractor: Easily attached| Electric and water services laid on | HAMMFR SWEETFIELD : NORTHBOUND sal Aiiedi Acted UG Nce abetves WINDY WILLOWS, PROSPECT,
Lucy, ideally situated. Apply: A. and inflates tyres in quick-thme. Courtesy | and there is also a Watermill, Suitable |, SALES IN OCTOBER Large stone. house comprising ecvtaes barbed Baton St John Halifax Montreal ST. JAMES—Stone bungalow on
Husbands, Mt, Standfast, St. James or| Garage. Dial 4616 3.10.52—6n Ree residence or a warehouse | THL RSDAY 9th — Mrs. Gordon Year- er ge Sree, hedrooms, ire Bihtisa ensianees 8 Oct. we : meat me ae - $1 Oct a4 Oct yast, 3 bedrooms, good verandahs.
N. E° Husbands, Crab a. ok ye) ————————— mapection on application to the care- wood's Sale, “Pleasant Hall Cottage,” iving room, ning room, two : PROPERTY ‘WHITE PARK
: 9.52-t-£.n.| AGI TURAL EQUIPMENT, in-| taker on the premises : "re" |_Dayrells Road, . toilets and baths, one with tub ped B; (ng seer a ae ra sarees ROAD—Large 2 storey house and
a rass mowers, rakes, Crop| Far further particulars and conditions |TUESDAY 14th & bath and hot and cold water, ain _ wt mer “oa ct 19 toe 13 Nov nnexe Suitais office, warehouse,
“BEVERLEY”, Blue Waters Terrace | © 2 Miners Cha thndecet Pr of sale apply to EDD 4 6th — Pawn Broker's lee. eae Scat spare ser ay eater RI wee P aoe 4 ant 4 Tec: ap ariments. etc.
, 16) Octob' 10.00 7 month. | mu ributors, an oaders: Fertiliz COTTLE, CATFORD & Sales Rooms 17 High Str rooms, kitchen and shower room, “ i S set 4 s LD, ST. PETER — 2
a ne etober We eo. 52—23n. | distributors, Harrows, ploughs and sever: gn, | THURSDAY 16th — Mr J F. Heller's standing on approximately 2'% Canadian Challenger 28 Nov 4 Nov 1 Dec. e nee a 2 ee storey estate type house. Inter-
other items of interest. Courtesy Garage. | ——————_____________. Sale. “‘Kingscote,” 8th Ave. Belle- acres of land about 100 yards from Canadian Cruiser .. 19 Dec. 20 Dee - ec lec Perak ki esting possibilities. Good bathing.
GARAGE at “Martindale”, Hastings, | Dial 4616. 3.10.52—-6n REO RY COTTAGE — Situate at | vie ie pubes Beach. ; This property = RC ry ty, THORERS, ST. JAMES—Country
able for sammotsting = lates Cit. | te nornbury Hill, Christ Church, (part JESDAY 2ist Sale by order Li 3 n extensively renovate y the mansion wow figure accepted.
Ring 3480 or apply in person to Howoll| | BIC re eaarcHias ang other makes! Wall and Wood) containing three bexd- | Agents, Auction Rooms, 7 Ea ae present owner, and can be had for for further particulars, apply 1o— BUNGALOW, ROCKLEY—Com-
Fouse of Beauty, Hastings. oc nm and adu SPECIAL LOW!rooms (with running water) closed | TUESDAY 28th Mr, Leonard Knight a very reasonable price. Inspec- fortable timber house main road.
1.10.8%--2 |CASH PRICES. Courtesy Garage. Dio'| gallery, Drawing room, Dining room, | and Mrs, Felix Haynes Sale. “Clifton” tion by appointment only GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD. —Agents. 3 bedrooms
_ | 4891. 3.10,52—6n | Kitehenette, Toflet i B y | Btre shy : : LAN
teh ‘ . 1 ane ath, running ratehelyde ND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—
MANHATTAN—Flats on sea, Welches water throughout, standing on approx.| BRANK: TROTMA BUNGALOW Main road _ frontage 101. Area
Christ Church from October Ist, good Tae add a all-steel six-| 1's acres land. Apply any day (exeept | yg dn & ©O., At Rockley New Road, compris- 16,738 sq. ft. Ideal business or
sea bathing. Fully furnished, all modern Wiles : ppaignas especially for local con-| Sunday) to owner (Mrs, EB, St, C. Burton) | ing three bedrooms, dining and || factory site
conveniences. Three bedrooms each ons. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. | on_ premises 28.9.52—<4n . | 5.10.52—1n. living room, modern kitchen, \ BUSINESS PREMISES, HOUSE
Refrig., Garage, Servants’ Room, enclosed i #:10.53-—61 ee oes ; : | UND toilet and bath, all bedrooms have ) oe pranEr — Good shop
A ate 20.9.52—t.f. | “GRASS MOWERS — Tractox/anims:| dwellinghouse situate at buriey eee | ck THE DIAMOND kitchen peer ta vers ENP. NS) NOUR. CRORES HOR StARIbE HOME, Nr. saxpy
Ba piloua— crane Cost mere |Say"san, urine he Coma args |g oe 12M cutee | ay tama emioet teem tne|(f Gipase “Testagsst "sass Ste eee aa
m 15th Jan. an st, 5 vs n tags > vorancans, wo velvi rom the ular residentia area m= 5 a ty ave arage .
oo oases. * 0.9. B2—t. . | public rooms, two bedrooms, usual eon- | executors of the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Tardtate possession. GALVANISED MESH WIRE. ‘| Lowest priced property in this
MACHINE—One Treadle Singer Sew-|veniences, kaichen &c., garake, servants’ )Cozier I will sell at her house “Speed- we
STONEYCROFT on Sea at Worthings. 1 ee Apply Mrs. or Clarke rooms, and enclosed garden Electricity areas Lakes iy, on Wednesday next CHURCHILL | LYNCHBURG, STH AVENUE,
Furnished including Simmons Best Beds ad, Ban all, St. Michael. and Government water installed, th October at 12. 30 g:sjeek her house- Situate at Maxwells Coast Road, BELLEVILLE—2 storey house with
and Frigidaire., Lovely Beach Best Sea . 10, 521m. }° Inspection by appointinent with) Mr, | hold furniture white “includes;—Couch comprising three bedrooms with verandahs, drawing and dining
iT —-| St. Clair Hunte Dial 3229, and bed, hard bottom chairs, bentwood running water, combination draw- rooms, study, 3 bedrooms,
Bathing, Dial “8133. 1 . Be
bute aid Se ee ee ee eae cone property will be set up for sale rookers, | carpet, = ee a chairs, ing and dining rooms, ma Pa usieriaas s Si
fl swat able ‘0 s e}by public competition at ur off entre tables, collection of jet bath e R OW, ROCKLEY
D s aa “i od Paes: widths as follows:— James Street, Bridgetown, on. Frid larder, clock, mahog. bureau,” treadle Pecperty is et ates. in i good? Corner Broad & Tudor Streets Attractive house with verandah,
mCOrs 1177 — $260.00 10th October,’ 1952, at 2 p.m. machine (Singer) telescope, 2 cameras, residential area with excellent sea living room, 3 bedrooms, garage.
WINIFRED—Land's Bnd, 2-storey hove? on een ¥YEARWOQ@D & BORCS. ae aan washstands, mirror, bathing. A sound investment at ROUMAIKA, DAYRELL’S ROAD
drawing and dining rooms, 4 bedroom: Roquiries oe he ‘aon eta ia — wpe ma. pogm ware, and other a very low reserve price. ||| Imposing 2 storey house with S
jences Appl: . P. . 0 “BY 8’ Sa : Cu reception, 6 bedrooms, suitable
oe ley Land's fd. Phone *708 Utd. Dial 3713. ROCKLEY NEW ROAD, | D'ARCY A. SCOTT, BUNGALOW : guest house or club.
‘ 2.10.52 31 28.9,82-—t.£.1. CHRMET CHURCH Auctioneer. 1 VILLA ROSA, PASSAGE ROAD
RSS ESS, -| This well and substantially built stone 4.10,52—3n 2», Ovals Be ee eat Spacious well planned bungalow
cs Foes AO an oe eae uy hadioan, with o view of Ane ep the Golf Course unobstructed to 2] ]] on 14.000 sq. ft. Dining, ‘sitting
Tho Housewife's Road, Bank Hall, St. Michael. Geckley Gol Care Und pe are ce ssn ss acer UR “°SPATORT, PAYNES BAY, ST.
Pal so an. | Tne howe contats on one door, sit-| Under the Diamond Hammer |i) yi): a3 JAMES — Re-modelled 2 storey
Alphabet me | ting and Dining rooms, 3 large bedrooms boards, drawing and dining rooms, house with patio, lounges, 3 bed
. see 2 we ave bee e YB i 1 ~ : we re
SINGLE AXLE TRAILERS—Without | fitted with basins and running water, and {_,/,have been instructed by Bidos Agen: ote Sieben. Scie aoe a rooms, good beach frontage.
) Ww } ] . - . : ic . ” 7 7
anes wiles fan has built in hoist to the front, ean |two of them with built-in cupboards, | iidow Taxi Cab Co Bay Street on Friday toilet and bath, garage for two Is now Available in addition to our Resturant (Upstairs) Beeenesoe;, SS: eae nee
or’ pecomes play any make Tractor $360, other trailers | large well_fitte kitchen, and separate tone bungalow with 3 bedrooms,
orry disappears 500. ‘Smith's Engineering Works, Phone | bath aur toilet : 7 ee Oat aaae & o'clock the follawing:— ORTt: 8 Se ry ge and Snackette, Grill room and bar (downstairs). ; lounge and dining rooms. Beach
J Sa ars op > a . (1) new uy motor truck wi a lot o etc. e DI
1949, 30.9,.52—6n There is a Duilt in Linen cupboard in : " 5 re jue c 5 frontage
hen you have antes the passageway, and ail the rooms are | *Pate parts very good for the coming sprecximately 19,000 square vet For Rates and Reservations Phone 4730 BEACH PROPERTY, 8T. LAW-
SPRAYING EQUIPMENT — Tr fitted with extra power points, and the|‘ToP (1) Citroen car, (1) Kaiser car, me. RENCE—4 bedrooms, living and
& f a a kill windows are fitted with hood d shut-| (2)_new Lloyd's cars, (6) Pilot radios A RL I N dini Neri Sand
NATURAL GAS IN fh] corizig, aad nimaisldes. guteny |Win. vy ne gees ines tga ncas | Seen eet Oe Mee Michels BUNGALOW ea Poe
YOUR KITCHE Garage. Dial 4616 .10.82—6n | Qn the ground floor there is a large | {25) gross bottles, (26) 165—-400 Michelin Situate at Graeme Hall Terrace ESTATE HOUSE, ST. JOSEPR
cellar B ft’ Kish with cement floor and | Tres, and (30) 165—400 Michelin tubes. wery attractively designed, com- Marhill Street —Spacious § bedroom property
SSS SSS TRACTORS: FERGUSON AND MAS.-|ample room for storage, laundry ete Interested parties can inspect the above prising three bedrooms with toilets .Mr. FOSTER TAYLOR © with well wooded grounds,
a SEY-HARRIS, ilable with wheels| There is a garage and servant's room in °"Y day except Sunday on application to nd baths attached, dining and > PARAGON - Nr. Seawell
SSeS SS ‘Pneumatic or steel) half-tracks, full-|the grounds, and servant's bath and the B'dos Taxi Cab Co Swing rooms, kitchen, verandah to HITS 2 4 oo 6 0.4.4.6.66.666690600860H0OOO0OO000O00000000046 y Christ Church. storey ‘Country
“ACCOUNTANCY COST ACCOUNT. (| ‘rack and many other attachments | toilet in the ground floor of the house D'ARCY A. SCOTT, he west and a nice patio to the House with panoramic seaview
ING, COMPANY SECRETARYSHIP Your enquiries solicited. Courtesy Garage. | The under-mentioned will offer the prem Auctioneer east. The property stands on . MODERN COUNTRY HOME
att cases An 4 intensiv: Dial 4616. 3.10.52—6n. |ises for sale by public ction at thei PURL:A N rae KE approximately ‘2 acre of land. ST. JOHN—Recently built stone
iethod" Course (for award of eer ren eenenapnnenenni—s eter — fice, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown
ee ce Associate oe Fellow) wil TYPEWRITERS — Standard and Port-|on Friday the’ 1th day of October, 1982 a EVANTON THERE IS NO BETTER WAY property with 4 bedrooms and
MG ones ue meena attr able. Phone 8169. 5.10.52—2n ride p ™m ieee — ebecatsanned, EY Situate at Top Rock comprising g windows.
telephoning 5 ‘or further particulars TO SETTLE DISPUTES 3 BUNGALOW, PINE HILL —

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cers, is not only the best you
. but it is also the most profit
reason of the wide Tange
miums given in exchange for
representing the
the show cas
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5.10.52

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HOUSE

BARBADOS

Daily and Longterm Rates

quoted en request.
Permanent Guests
welccme.

Dinner and Cocktail .

5$609O$9OO90OOO S99 H HHO,
SEA VIEW GUEST =

Parties arranged.
J. H, BUCKLAND
Proprietor.





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SACRED CONCERT

under the patronage of

SIR GEORGE & LADY SPEL
will be held at

SOCIETY CHAPEL, ST. JOHN ¥
(Kindly lent by the Principal of >
Codrington College) e
on x
SUNDAY, 12TH OCTOBER 152 %
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NOTICE

MATTER OF ae COMPANIES’
ACT.
CENTRAL FO RY LTD,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Transfer Books of the Company will be
closed from the 3rd day of October 1952.
the 24th day of Oetober 1952, both
days inclusive.
By order of the

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
24.9,52—8n.



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MISCELLANEOUS

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LADIES’ SHOES—A limited quantity of

SALE

Board of Directors.
Cc. K. CORBIN,

Ladies’ American Shoe Samples for sale x
‘ Sandals Ballerinas etc Secretary

Sizes 3 SY. Apply to Hull & Son's 4.10. 52—3n

Office, Room 302 Plantations Ltd ———————

3.10,52—3n

NOTICE

PARISH OF 8ST. JOSEPH



LAUNCH Cabin Cruiser, ‘So Fong













20 ft. o/all, complete with 2 suits of) APPLICATIONS for one vacant Frizers
sail, anchor and chain, 9 ft. dingy] Annuity, will be received by the un-
(tender), For further particulars Dial] dersigned not later than Saturday, the
3, Mrs. P. nan, 5 10 52—3n | 11th day of October, 1952
tt wer? ers Applicants must be Widows (white),
LEPTON’S TEA, obtainable from ali} parishioners and in straitened cireum-
good grocers, is not only the best you | gances
can buy, but it is also the most pro- A. T. KING,
fitable by reason of the wide range ot Clerk, St, Joseph's Vestry.
gut premiums given in exch ye for 4.10,.52—4n
that part of the label representing BE rite etrenremmenansmesanatpenll
weight. John F. Hutson Limited. Agents
4.10.52—2n. NOTICE

OLD HARRISONIAN SOCIETY
There will be an Open Day at H.C.
for all Old Boys on Thursday,
16th

“SUBSCIUBE how to the Dally Telegraph,
England's leading Dally Newspaper now
srriving in Barbados by Air only a few



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days after publication in London, Contact Old Boys Cricket match 12.30 Tea
lan Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local |) .15—4.15 Cocktails 5.45 to 7pm. All
Representative, Tel. 3113 OH. who will be attending are asked
17.4.52—-t.f.m. |to notify the Secretary by Monday 13th
October
WARDROBE—One Mahogany Wardrobe S. GITTENS,
vith full length mirrer inside Built by Honorary Secretary
R. A. Griffith $180.00 Fight good —~28.9,52—3n
feather pillows ‘Ideal’ Brand Sl
Mrs. Pitcher 3430 4.10.52—2n



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For GOOD BOBS | acetic 'itensce tastes.
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FOR SALE

AT —

Graeme Hall Terrace

Modern Two Storey Stone built Residence containing 3 bed-
rooms with built-in wardrobes, large living room, gallery,
kitehen, garage, laundry and 2 servants’ rooms, Approx.
18,000 sq. ft. of land. Easily convertable into two flats,

The owner of this property is not returning to the Colony
and will sacrifice for first offer over £3,600.

We consider this to be a give away figure with the land
value alone being worth over £1,000.

JOHN M. BLADON & CO.

’Phone 4640

Plantations Building



ing toilet and bath, spare room
that can be used as a breakfast
room or children’s nursery, living
and dining room, kitehen, toilet
and bath with hot and cold water,
Verandeh to the south and patio

the north. The outbuildings

prise servants’
toilet and bath, and a
garage. Inspection by appointment
only.

PARAGON
Situate near Seawell Airport,
Christ Chureh, comprising two
jarge bedrooms with dressing

rooms attached, two medium size
bedrooms with dressing rooms and
built-in cupboards, toilet and bath,
jJarge open verandah entire length
of house with a lovely view of
Chancery Lane Beach and the sea.
Downstairs: Entrance lobby, livirg
and dining rooms, breakfast room.
pantry, kitchen, large study, and a
lovely open patio to the south
This property also has lovely
grounds and a portion of arable
land containing 7% acres. Iv-
spection by appointment only.

© COVE SPRING COTTAGE
A lovely cottage standing on =
roods 27 perches of land situate
at St. James Coast having its
own private bathing beach, and
rising three bedrooms, with
private toilet and bath to main
bedroom, drawing and dining
rooms, European bath with hot
and cold running water ‘and
separate toilet, modern kitchen,
and a gallery on two sides.

WYNDOVER

Overlooking the very beautiful
Six Mens Bay, St. Peter. Stand-
jng on approximately 4% acres of
land having an extensive orchard
with specially selected fruit trees.
‘The house comprises three bed-
rooms, dining room, living room,
modern toilets and baths with hot
and cold water. Large ve
Extensive outbuildings including a
larve garage, two servants rooms,
laundry, workshop. This property

‘been extensively renovated by
Re present owner
HOMEMEDE
Situate in the Garrison, St.
Michael, comprising four bed-
yooms, combination living and

dining rooms, separate toilet and
bath, kitchen with built-in cup-

rds, verandah the whole length

the building. The outbuildings
comprise two servants rooms with
water toilet and a garage for two
cars. The above property stands
a approximately 7,500 square feet
of land This house has gas and
no electric rationing Inspection
by appointment only

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REALTORS Limited

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
VALUERS
IM/ROEBUCK STREET
BRIDGETOWN PHONE 4900





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J.D. T. SPECIAL RUM

(with the Distinctive Flavour)

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Make This Your Favourite Blend

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Blended and Bottled by

JOHN D. TAYLaN & SONS LTD.
Dial 4335 Roebuck Street

IMPORTANT NOTIC





Electricity Supply.

WATE BEG to notify our Customers that a TOTAL

SHUTDOWN of the Supply will be necessary be-
tween 12 Noon and 3 p.m. on SUNDAY, 5TH OCTO-
BER, to enable essential alterations to. be carried out
on our Main High Tension Switchboard.

Further work will be necessary on subsequent
Sundays and Consumers will be duly notified.

THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.

V. SMITH,

General Manager.

PDDDDDODOD HHO G-G-DH_H.O HOGG 1S H.G-DPPOOOOD OO











rooms. Private wooded grounds.
LAND (Rear of NEW PLAZA
—Approximately 30,960 sq. ft.
valuable building land with 16
ft. R_ of W to main road,
BUILDING LOTS, ROCKLEY—

a sites adjoining Golf
ub.
COUNTRY VILLA, CHRIST

CHURCH—3% miles town, Pleas-
ant house with beautifully laid
out grounds, £5,000,

BUILDING LAND, ST. JAMES’
COAST—Prices from 24 cents
upwards several sites av

BUILDING SITE, ST.
RENCE—Approx. 10,000 sq. ft on
coast in developed area.

BUILDING SITES, CHRIST
CHURCH—% miles from town, 24
ets. sq. ft.

BUILDING SITES—Overlooking
St, James’ Coast.

STRATHCLYDE Inqposing
home with 4 acres. 3 double
bedrooms, spacious main rooms,

DURHAM, WORTHING — Se-
cluded stone bungalow, 3 bed-
rooms. %_ acre.

NEW BUNGALOW, WORTH-
ING—Compact with 3 pedrooms,
walled garden. Main es

THE RISK, ST.
storey house, 5 bedrooms, 1
acres. Beach opposite.

STONE HOUSE & ANNEXE,



Fontabelle. 2 bedrooms anneex.
Roomy living rooms.
COUNTRY HOUSE, 8T.

JAMES—Attractive & comfort-
able old property with rustic
charm, Modernised,

SEASIDE HOUSE, WORTHING
—Stone construction, 3 bedrooms,
living and dining rooms, veran-
dah, good beach frontage,

HILLCREST, BATHSHEBA
Stone bungalow 3 good

‘

aya room, gallery, light

er.

TopRuR” CATTLEWASE —
Popular holiday home. Soundly
bullt with 3 bedrooms, lounge
and gallery. on

BAY HOUSE, CATTLEWASH—
‘timber construction, good order,
3 bedrooms, good bathing. ¥% acre.

SILVERTON, CHEAPSIDE— 2
storey stone house, 4 bedrooms,
central location.

WINSDALE, CHEAPSIDE—Sin-
gle storey house, 3 minutes Town
centre.

HOUSES — Hastings Road —
Two small properties on main
road

BUNGALOW, Two Mile Hill—
Stone built with bedrooms, 2
living rooms

RESIDENCE, St. Lawrence —
2 storey house with 3 bedrooms,
& spacious main rooms, About
@ acres good building land.

PROPERTIES IN
Grenada, Tobago, Trinidad,
Jamaica, St. Lucia, Bermuda and
Dominica.

Business properties,

Investments.

Sugar Estates.

Rentals.

House and Estate Management
Property Valuation and Dilapi-
dation Surveys

*
Plantaticns Building
Phone 4640




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GOVERNMEN T NOTICES ‘Do YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR’ MORE

QUALIFICATION ?

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1952 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE FIFTEEN









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1} or ARE YOU INTERES®ED IN MAKING MORE MONEY’ { |
i IF SO, ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THESE COURSES. }
The Decorstions and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation | PART ONE ORDERS Architectural Draughts- a Sanitary Inspector Courst {
of Her Majesty the Queen, have been informed by the Manager of | Pe ane and General Agriculture {
the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Limited, that their company ' a OTs iain i a ee . (c a Sten Course. {
is prepared to allocate an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts for | ' Commenting dha Mech.) vel, sree Insurance Practice. i
»s 1 ti 5 p | The Barbados Ragiment )) 7 : é Salesmanship.
the purpose of illuminations next June. : | inde Nea s > Oct. Autemobile Repairman’s > \
The Company is expecting delivery of a new Generating Set} Course.





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early next month, and although it is impossible to allocate any cure} Se sh meee pebinel cornibehd af “ANC thptent Electrical Installation and nero i}
rent at the present time, they are willing to utilise this set for illumin- | F, L. Johnson on leave wef 25 Sep Wiring Course. Sehoo! Certificate Course it |
ation purposes during Coronation week ; 4 Guptain Sanaa becatale taesion se. Autkiotasst: Phe Whe wed Ri is ap General Electrical Engin- Accountancy. {f
It is requested that all applications for a supply for illumination pointed Acting Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment, wef 2 Oct. ©2 ba eeecal coca: ; Civil Service Entrance })}
punposes should be sent to the office of the Barbados Electric Supply | She’ Comingmting ations wishes to congratulate the Regimental Band on their ‘eentien Ste P in bee otien Cours i BRINGS
iP Corporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, stating the actual} performa on Thursday 2 -Oct., “1652, at Hastings Pocks ° Ou SOR Vaeee: ti
dnt gh q ne 1. PARADES—TRAINING . Write for full particulars if course is not mentioned. }
wattage required All ranks wit! pa*ade at Regt. H@ at 1700 hours on Thursday 9 Oct. £2. “A . I rst trse is a ned ? QUICK
Any acceptance for applications for a supply outside the city of | Coy continue with the AM c ae, detailed & Ve seers ot we oh & 8 Write 40 the ; ~ i
. . . . " : . “oy who a ualify in the A.D will ort to ptain 1 : $ S OU T
Bridgetown will depend on whether the distributing mains in the | Dardakd can tho Sientatite Wanaka es Thursday 9 Oct. 52. Other Members of the Caribbean Educationa! ROOT ae ah ay P.O tH | RELIEF
district are capable of carrying the additional load. | Ragt. will be gt the Gisposg) of their Cex” Commansers | * , Cae ) i
The mercantile community dre respectfully asked to co-operate. | Band penctices will be: held on Wednesday 8 and Thuniday 9 Oct 52 at 1700 sit Institute | Please send me Free Book. FROM Ss &
H. G. WEEKES | hours s . : see dihsinieie -U. Box, » P.O.S., Name ews | - —¥
: 6 ORDERLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERGEANT FOR WFFK ENDING 1 Trinidad f | ——=
Secretary, October, 19%2 Agents for : Address as
Decorations & Iluminations Committee. | Orderly Officer Lieut. E. R. Goddard BRITISH INSTITUTE OF ENG. Subject of Career of —==
5.10.82—8n | Orderly Serjeant £81 Sit. Robinson, V. N \| TECH. & BRITISH TUTORIAL, Interest
)
ae | Next far dut ear ay ee INSTITUTE, LONDON Te elas a a MN %
Orderly er sit. aticeecue ae THERE IS NO TOMORROW POST TODAY! )
Orderly Serjeant 28 Sjt. Williams, E. D o
HR. DANIE Captain = SS"
J : FULBRIGHT TRAVEL GRANTS ; ‘Adjutant HOMESTUDY COURSES FOR wee
Under the terms of the Fulbright Act and the Joint Anglo-Ameri- | The Barba Regimen DUE TO INDIGESTION
can Agreement establishing the United States Educational Commis- | PART Hi ORDERS :
‘ , : . ‘ . : SPRIAL NO. 38 RA on a .
sion in the United Kingdom travel grants may be awarded to assist | The Barbales Regiment Scala casa taandpnclclebaaaemmaaicaaeiaanemta GENE L CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION If you suffer from STOMACH PAINS, FLATULENCE,
lecturers, advanced research workers and graduate students to take! | PROMOTIONS AND APPOIN SMENTA cated’ D , ; ‘ CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH. CERT. HEART oan Bice _ 2 oe AC iD Ty ee TACK
: j rege ol Appointed Drur or g t st ONE SE of MACLEAN BRA )
up fellowships, scholarships and other academic appointments at | eae ie * Drum & Fife Band wef 3 Ox Wolsey Hall, Oxford, can successfully prepare you by pos’ for the above exarmina POWDER! ‘This scientifically bala { formula gives you
: sa2 2 ‘ : . ‘ > ror * Ae } Oc 3 . . : 2 “
American Universities or other institutions of higher learning in the 4 Cpl Zier y 1 A Fromuted ts a os wae a | 3 also for epee eed a rose) ACOs RSA; Bar, and other teally quick relief! It is also avai in TABLET form
U.S.A. Undergraduate candidates will not normally be considered 7 L/c Bayne. &. D “B) Promoted Cpls. wef 25 Sep. 52 1930-51. Moderate Fees, instalments. Prospectus (please mention
. y 557 L/C Bayne examination) free from C.D. Parker. M.A., LL.D., Director of Studies. Dept. D LY,
for Fulbright travel grants if the student proposes to pursue a course mee Soeees & dD. F | Sepmoted L/Gols, wet 25. Sep. 758 } ’ P
in the United States at the first degree level which he could follow “28. Sealy ROT \ 2 | WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD ENGLAND k i
at a local institution. It is pointed out that the main objective of ae ee * S se
the Fulbright programme is postgraduate study. } 715 |. Sealy, H. A ) ra BRAND
2. It should be borne in mind that the Grant will include only * ey 8 Gkeien Cox Granted 9 Waske Genus) Leave wat a a tee Stevud
round trip travel between the candidate’s home’and his destination , : FE ee ee, thie Seat Oe ien Te y ce eee Stomach Powder
in America, including rail fare in America. Candidates will therefore | Canes? e-. bie eanteet A : steht sagt s aeoie sealed .. M. B. MEYERS & CO., LTO,
be required to give proof of available funds from personal means, Lieut. §. G. Lashley meets | tenes Ales wert Oe. og Ce ore Te MOSES SOLE AGENTS wo nihil snes ;
fellowships or other awards to provide for their maintenance in the! 286 Pte Parris, L. W HQ Granted 6 weeks’ Sick leave wef 2 os
U.S.A. : oR DANIEL Captain
3. All candidates must be affiliated with a recognised college or eek pe BACKGROUND TO BEAUTY
institution cf higher learning in the U.S.A. NOTICE
3 Application forms may be had from the Colonial Secretary’s | There will be a Mess Meeting of the N.C.O's & Serjeant M at 2009
Office by suitably qualified candidates and must be returned duly Hours off setuneay 12 Oct. 0 }
completed by November 20th, 1952. 5.10.52—1n | ———— |
aE a a ait efence (Control of Drug and Patent |
VACANT POST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAX) — INCOME TAX| Attention ts drawn to the Defence (Comiol ot iy wchich will bé
Â¥ AND DEATH DEPARTMENT j end Proprietary Medicine Prices) vies 52, . i v i i
e E : ‘ nf zette of onday, 6th ctober 952 oe es Rae
Applications are invited by the Government of Barbados for the eT 4 ee ae pretense ketail selling prices of ae en
j post! of Inspector (Eneome 'Tax), Thoome Tax and Peath Duties We) ios Slit“ eunighreys — Witch Hazel Liquid and Witeh [TISOPTEN SURPRISING | pun and discomfort are the
% “Embrocatior ’ oa . " how quickly backache, stiff frequent results,
partment. } » Bhilline RSI Magnesia” and “Aspirin (Bayer } : . = ’ ‘
‘i P ; ‘ : ‘ | Hazel Ointment”, “Phillips Milk of Magnesia” ¢ - aching muscles or joints Doan's Backache Kidney Pills
2. The post is pensionable and the salary is in the scale of | aie as tolled lumbago, rheumatic pains and bring happy relief by helping
$3,120 x 144 — 3,840. Fc i common urinary troubles due to cleanse the kidney filters |
3. A temporary cost of living allowance at the rate of $156 pet | gg Pe M hae “Gobediene in the blood can oe bod ee a. |
a be eos ‘. “ . BS a ‘ . 2 : 7 c I OF SALE R Ts 4 ‘ 4 ? ou can rely upon n we!
annum is pay able. The allowance is subject to variation.or with ITEM UNIT ae Strong, active kidneys safe- known diuretic and urinary
drawal at any time. | s mse your health by straining | antiseptic, Many thousands of
4. Appointment will be subject to medical fitness and will be on | —$ —————___———————_ a _ purities and harmful wastes | grateful men and women have
probation for two years in the first instance, SEK CRAA ES) bottle ey 66c. kidney ovate ts inpdeaeats _ See tee deat Ge ae
5. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and | sized fails to filter the blood properly, | Doan’s Pills,
; j ..| Large s Property
the local Civil Service Regulations and Instructions. Passage ex- * ” bottle 96e. Ae your 7 9, 1/3
penses not Cxceeding $1,440 will be payable on first appointment. Humphreys—Witch Hazel Liquid] 6 oz. bottle 58c Decier for oO Rea 2/9
Leave passages are provided. Medium sized Backache Kidney Pills i Sh
6, The successful candidate will be required to assist generally % p . , Bottle : 96c es
in the administration of the Income Tax Act and will be principally y me 16 oz, bottle ‘ 1.05 in
concerned with the examination of accounts and determination of | re x A Oint- \ - ey EYiTs SHOPKEEPERS.
profits of business, professions and trade. He will also perform such | ment _, | Small sized pot 58c
‘ cther duties as the Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Dutits |Humphreys — Witch Hazel Oint- SYsyi0) now ty) your
% may require from time to time, ment ae ® .. | Large __,, ” 1 BS a | a '
3 7. Candidates should possess a high standard of general cduca- Phillips Milk of Magnesia .. | 4 oz, bottle 5Ac. q } FRE F COPY .
2 tion and a recognised accountancy qualification with some experience | a is 9 ss oe ~~ ee 1.06 ; DUSSEAL priming is essential to the painting of all new walls: its
in accounts or taxation. Membership of ognis¢ t spiri ayers big .. bottle of 12 tab- : : ‘ . :
body would be an advantage ow, a ane onal Caer? lets ; ; 20¢ ni KS ats application ensures that the paint dries right and stays right. Dusseal
} 8. Applications, stating age, full details of qualifications and ‘i ” “ + Yo FSF ee. 340 beautifully MRC) seals off the destructive alkalis and moisture always present in mew
experience, accompanied by two testimonials, should be submitted to ‘i ua s 100 ‘ ; surfaces, and at the same time provides a uniform, non porous base
’ the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, to reach him ai ” ‘+ -. [Rosse 0 Nene LEI iT) , ; MH
j not later than 15th October, 1952.—23.9.52—2n. tablets is 1.08 ) for the paint coats to follow. It thus prevents peeling and discoloura-
5 U N of Te OTE AY tion, permits speedy painting and
: efting i ht , assures that the paint coat gives the
es p Fvignts merchandise | maximum service
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NEW LINER



The Saguenay Terminals liner 8.8. “Sunadele” which arrived in Carlisle Bay on Friday night on its maid
q en voyage. Inset is the ship’s Master, Captain H. P. Baagoe.

M.V. Sunadele On First Trip To Barbados

THE new Saguenay Terminals mark There are two ladies on ‘© the British system or
S.S.. Sunadele arrived from Lon- the « who are stewardess: ©x>Teising themselve

way ot

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don on Friday night with general the discussion was about the dif
cargo for the island. D Lioyd-Davi who is in- ferent “Ologies.” In Georgetow
Yesterday he, Captain H. P.. tran o Gs3ergetown or the he aid he will change ship be
Roogoe teld th Adpocate that the ’ l id the dveca a he cxpecis to spend about
versel eqvir 1 with air co ‘ for the hol eight days there iooking up some
nis machine or preserved t § e ¢ the hespilais of his family. He is a surgeon in
reo f the use of the shit \ indi and compare North Wales
it is also evuionped with one of it > th Various
the latest itama Course iis has visited, So br. Lloyd-Davies said that in
Changers and this perr him to 1 i ve much rngland contributions are made
set his course and leave it. iy i i e Montego Bay wee to the National Healtb
The shin. is on it raide I “es to the Service, and as a result free medi-
voyage to. Barbados and carries a U wed he had cal examinations are allowed to
crew of mixed nationalities, com- 0 Barbados Gen- every one during that period,
prising talian, Swiss, Danish â„¢ pile Super cargo chief, Helgersen
and German, The ship was buill Ack Hy fils alscussions On said that he worked for Saguenay
during’a period of five months th Wp aut t voyase |A® Terminals for four years, and that
and todk the waters in the month ' that h delighted’ in the this is not his fir st visit to Barba-
of September The captain and th passengers and crew qos, The ship carries a_ gross
chief offieer are natives of Den- Sose [ecause they are not used weight of 6 200 tons. if
GUIDL NOTES:

St. Juseph Round—Up
P.M.O. Resums
Duties

+ . *

Dr, W, H. E.. Jonnson, Parochial
Medical Officer of St. Joseph, Friend
who recently went on his vacation jp, ‘oe enrolment of 25 guides
leave resumed , iis duties ©} at Westbury Girls’ School at the
Wednesday October 1, Dr. L. S. eng of jasi term. These guides
Pig tons FMC *, St. Andrew acted wey from the three companies
in his plac. : thet meet at this school — 12th

Mr. Albert D. Blackman, Dis- jj) and 9th Barbados eae
trict Post Master, St. Joseph, also ‘pho Enrolment ceremony,
returned from his vacation leave which was a very impressive one
and resumed his duties on the was taken by Miss Laborde the
same date, October 1 : _ Acting Island Commiss‘oner,
_ Mr. - Ashley Lowe acted 48 Also in attendance were Mrs. ALL Akelas and their assistants
Sanitary Inspector in this parish H. A. Talma, District Commis- 2¢ reminded of the Cub Leaders’
when Mr, _Gittens A.R.S.1, Chief sidner, and Mrs. J. A. Skinner Training Course which starts at
Inspector, St. Joseph acted as Dis- Commissioner of Brownies. “Erdiston”, on Saturday next, 11th
trict Post Master during Mr. October at 4 p.m. News has been
Blackman’s absence. Visitors to Pax Hill received that Squadron Leader

= W. R. Ramsay, Liaison Commis-
7 .
RAIN WELCOME is sioner for Barbados has been au-
Because of recent rains the month were Mrs. Millie Never- ey ised by the Camp Chief at
crops in St. Joseph are looking sen, M.B.E., and Miss Crawford oe aie run an Officially Recog-
green afain. A few weeks pre- both from Bermuda. These ladies wae Cc allwell I reliminary Train-
viously the crops were showing busy themselves with various a rome ed ne Leaders, This,
signs of being scorched and with- forms of public service in Ber- is hoped, will take place on



Acting Island Commissioner
Enrols 25 Guides

and relations wil-






























































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Cub Leaders

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Visitors to Pax Hill during last





f ered. muda, but the programme of Sern, see bitacoeian! ane -
Idi : ae es =< se W are res are ask-

ST. JOHN BOYS’ CLUB guiding and its power and possi- — aitetie: he Se
# os ee arene | i bilities made an appeal to them, Frainine Saco esitcaaee ie
“rs the Police a ay Miss Crawford is stili - ba fa Bertgh 7 Rags ct.
i The members of the olic nd today Miss Crawford is stili All those who qualify on this

Boys’ Club at Four
John have shown

Roads, St. a very active guider, while Mrs. : :
considerable Neversen though a retired Com- Seal Wee ae a aor the
interest and are making good pro- missioner still takes a keen inter- ~ esie and will receive







total activ membership of
the Boy Scouts Association in the
United Kingdom has . reached
486,998—the highest figure in the
é history of the Scout Movement.
Superintendent of the ‘This is revealed by the 1952 cen-
us in the Forty-third Annual Re-
port of the Committee of the
Council of the Boy Scouts Asso-
elation just published,

Compared with last year’s cen-
sus there are 112 more Groups,
1,183 more leaders and 11,044
more cubs and scouts between 8

gress, our correspondent was in- jest in the Movement. They were * Certificate.
formed when he paid a_ visit glad of the opportunity to see Pax BOY SCOUTS’ TATTOO:
there on Thursday evening, Hill, and to hear something of the ce

The membership of the Club guiding in Barbados. They were “here will be another rehearsal
is over 90, and the activities are accompanied by Mrs. A, W. Scott. for the Tattoo on Friday after-
Gardening, Table Tennis and noon next, 10th October, at Com-
Cricket, A team from this Club is ee bermere School at 5 p.m. Each
taking part in this season’s B.C.L. e Troop is asked) to guarantee a
competition and is a serious chal- Wedd minimum of ten scouts but it is
lenger to the leaders. The team, hoped that many more will turn
moulded around a few ex-Lodge up. Scouters are asked to contact
and Combermere ericketers, and Jackman — Scantlebury their Commissioners for further
with Leo Brathwaite, John Trot- : information and to ask the par-
man, and Irvine Austin, three Thursday 25th September, ents of their scouts to guarantee
promising porous see te at 3 o’clock at the White Park their attendance
arm slow bowler Vernon Fenty pilgrim Holiness Chureh, Mr. 4 t
in the team, supporters are ©X= Qlifford Jackman, son of Miss MORE GROUPS ;
posting great things. Lloyd St. Louise Jackman, took’as his bride Th
Hill cf the B.C.L. is the Captain wigs Evadney Scantiebury, ;
of the team. . O'Neal Headley, Gaughter of Mrs. Gwendolyne
Cameron Goddard and Lloyd St. geantlebury, The ceremony was
Hill are the three leading table jeyormed by the Rev, Mr. L.
tennis players in the Club, Peterson, .

A lady in the Four Roads area Pilgrim Holiness Churc:
said: “this Police Club has done a "

great service to the parents of the The bride was given in mar-
youths, and the youths themselves yiage by Mr, Clifford Maloney,
of this district. and we are hop- and wore a dress of embroidered
ing that a Girls’ Club will be sniosee Slipper Satin. Her head-
opened in the same district in dress was of white for-get-me-
the not too distant future. nots, held in place with tull and





a long veil. She carried a bou- ind 18
my quet of Artificial Roses made 0: Ty ‘ner r tz bn
Death Sentence White Velvet and Asparagus, the le inere n the total boy



membership is rgely accountec
for by a big inerease in the num-
ber of Wolf Cubs

What the report calls “the best
, ribute we can have ic the splen-
s of peach or- qiq health of the movement” is
with silver S€- the great increase in the number
bridesmaids — we f Queen’s Scouts, Some 1,500 re-
Miss Alma and Glendeene Scantle- ceived their Royal Certificates



°

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VATICAN CITY, Oct. 4 ‘ ay kee attended by ad ee
Saha . K Scantlebury, sister of the bride

The Vatican newspaper Osser- Who wore & dress

vatore Romano said today that ganza trimmed
the sentencing to death of f ur Guins Th
Bulgarian priests by the Sofia



Tribunal was premeditated. , bury, sisters of the bride, and from the Chief Scout at special
“The fact that Communist hatred fower girls were Misses Peggy receptions during the year,
is directed against the Holy See Jones ‘and Moreen Jackman. The report also shows that dur-

is confirmed by the announcement The reception was held at Mr ing the year under review 41



:7 of the imminent trial of the Apo Matilda Scantlebury, the bride’s scouts received awards for gallan-
A tolic Vicar of Sofia, Spiritual head grandmothcr of Diamond Corner. try and 15 scouts received awards
of the community.” —UP. Peter, for t.eritorious conduct.

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