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The Barbados advocate

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

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

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gu And N a Zealand Must | Gi i Re | NEW HUSINESS OPENED
CANBERRA, Oct. 11.
WASHINGTON has warned Canberra that the United | e e
States will abandon the Pacific Pact if Australia and New | Deusen,
Zealand jointly demand Britain’s admittance to*it an n
authoritative source said here to- -day. REINFORCEI gr eee
A Canberra source said to-day that Washington had | Brewin l Bivins ato a D CHINESE. REDS threw Ss wath Freee |
stated it Was unwilling to extend the Pact to countries M antrymen off the top of sattle contested White Horse |
other than those already participating and felt that France, satan: PY —. ‘Secnaaiidin recovered the i |
ili i if : « S recoverct ep im
Japan the Philippines and some other Pacific countries hh Albania Lia M-miexding the invasion |
had eaual claims with the United Kingdom to ANZUS | From All Quarters: “ato Seoul only six hours
representation. ROME, | Stee ihe Fepublic of Korea Nintt
. E, Oct. | Division t xs had knocked Chin-
This source said America Refugee Albanian sources Maid St l W ll ese i “of ‘it a "lightning
would not consider extefiding the 7. on Saturday that a revolution was oO en a el ‘sneak” cttools ™ was the 23rd
pact over. such a large field. | lem. ‘ater peew pe their Communist dom- “ | time the hill had changed hands
Ministers here say knowledge that} ~ valine Goenmaiiie eee psa ( laimed After since the epic running battle be-
the pact is in jeopardy is the only | t 1 Pl enn = Se st Party shaken | 4 . ran five days ago
factor preventing Austr: tlia and < oni ro an Vy eon ae eee — 6 r Fr i Stails of the Chinese
New Zealand from suppo:ting the ne eet C anh re a7 Y ears d rontiine. Gesaie ot the ¢ ‘Hor '
United Kingdom's claim { ee ' -Communist National | urge to the top of White Horse
s claim, { ‘or a 7 Committee for Free Albania said | ‘ | nor-hwest of Chorwon were
The source added that anyway oem Teelde ten tiie me em | Adelaide; A wallet stolen 27 eee but e wa So the *
. ite ates aala ar. on iediahie 2 é s > > sate ec > a - ne eds were pushed 200 yards}
the United States feels any ar- GEORGETOWN, B.G.. ‘leaves no doubt as to the serious- |Y°4"S a80 on the train between] down the eae iintes slope at 6 30 |
rangements made between the Oct. 11. {ness of the uprising which faces | | Perth and Port Augusta has now ion after fierce hand hana |
United States, Australia and New| The United Kingdom Govern-| (Premier) Enver Hoxas’ Red pup- | been claimed by its owner ol} joniing
Zealand are immediately made} ment has approved a freé grant of | pet regime. Organized resistance ) Hamp pshire, England. The wallet E
known—quite properly—by Aus-/| $5,413.10 to assist British Gui- bands are operating almost openly | was found ricently at Port Au-| Allied fighter bombers and tanks |
tralia and New Zealand to the} ana undertake a water control|in some'parts of the country and | gusta st.tion, where it had lain| >! ‘tered the Commun ap
United Kingdom. Consequently | scheme estimated to cost $7,612,174. | Army command posts and other | since 1925. It contained about/ proach route in attempt to cut oft |
in practice while not+ officially’) Application has been made for an | security installations erected by | £40 in English and New Zealand | turther Chinese reinforcement |
represented the United Kingdom) ECA grant of $621,000 to meet the Red Government during its,;money, a bank draft for mire | —U.P.
will be fully informed of develop- | Pé rt of the balance of funds re- | seven-year reign of terror are be-| than £1 000, a birth certificate j _ |
ments. The Melbourne Herald| wes a tae scheme, ing destroyed almost at will.“ and other papers. _ e
declared today that Australia | 5 oeras'rie extension pro- ‘ x ‘ Johan R bl i
must stand firm with the United | ject will previde water contro! of They said Communist officials ipeane nen rt of Sane. epu tcans
States in this “unhappy argu-| th? coastlands lying between the ora vee! of ae with- which e aaeeae , 5 (1632) % "4
ment” over Britain's admittance! ssequibo and Demerara Rivers despite strong eice sistetan bal" “Timon of Athens,” oe carte | Want U,. S. On ; - ;
to the ANZUS pact. The Herald | (nd of oe eee lunds eying “important” Communist official covered in Pretor ta, by F Dipin r + a NEW BUSINESS: The new
desorbed as typical "or Some, tstwcen the seh and the mouths Of | wag ain three weeks go’ white [cll lecturer in Bhelish at Py: ‘ay’? Vwo New Businesses || oe) o%.0's
re ton” sone ea I th Exsequibo and of the Harnunt making a public speech, toria Univeraiie, He sel 25s. for | "/ i e a " nn ™ in on the old en of TR
ope OE eiticens. thihate Ge tuk. taeener Under the headline “Revolt | it at a book sale. | - ‘ E & Oo. was oper
Australian and New Zealand cov- River,-a tributary of the Demer- beewe-in. “Albetiata tee. 'C | : : : avany Jo. was opened dur
ara, , the Commit-| New York: Facial piastic sur-| ‘olor t f e s ng the week
ernments might press the United!“ The project will command an | tee’s news bulletin said, the Gov- | |gery and delicate eae ge G a eee . en nh I Oa nr ree tn the Sa kKeround can be
States to accept the British view- area of 129,663 acres. It will|ermment was forcibly urging | tions were among 30 major oper Ty wig a Db. tisenhower pian part of the danollahedt
point, “There can be no sugges-| substantially improve the drain- | Workers to construct new pillboxes | ations colour-telev 1 Wa ring his Presidential cat rigs icnteniies : building to be replaced by
(ae any -weekbning in our eu bs ante Pero NS the en. along the Yugoslav border to halt | york Promway elevised from New |paign caravan to a two day “rest BROAD STREET the centre of the business sectio Sivhiawe ‘Wee acitonien
Chathon. tie. hechuse. Australia re wl the flow of refugees into Yugo- | Convention er tee pe to he stop" here but he will probably of Bridgetown is gradually getting a much needed fac« r Pee
does not crave Britain in the! »2rtially cultivated and will | Slavia, ; lege of Surgeons had thie” Ge nn ee “ee en "ihe lifting. During the week two new businesses wert cf
reer ree ere tring into us2 some 40,000 acres | sat eS eed gece taking | in a nearby hotel, 7 Tioednowtt’ ew My gay a Gen’\ opened in reconstructed buildings. The last of these Gov. Stevenson
OF Colt) Setting’ cox cttramuntia for | Place within Albania, Moscow | Berlin: East German wives|Lake City, Utah where last night is Messrs. Geo, Sahely (Barbados) Ltd., occupying the oe °
7 esa has several aa buildings, there | adherents are being liquidated by whose husbands forbig: them to ac- he attacked Democratic Labour premises formerly owned by Messrs. T. R. Evans Reaffirms Stand
Z Terrorists wil He -agmiuble: for cultivation | their own leaders. Communist | ‘nadie aie now obtain an im- policies and said the Republican shaw! re
' of crops $1,028 acres of drain- | ipa eet the land. Bevers | of peariak meee. omer ioring e Unis States would ater “the. Windocke ney Oe z On C nord =
eS ed irrigated lands of which 27,- ee pt hip . Th ne, Unite ates a “nobler aioe i 4 oa s
Invade Tumis ieee arte'ncy lands, aha | eustnd penne are td tee a See gait, Mzeylng and more perfect union” "Shared, auawers gat, ~~ Barbadians ei
also 6,5 acres. of new lands, : \ Re nea! om Lain
° e 1 which will be drained but not | by the police, Officers of the Sig- | £1 700,000) worth of wheat un=| ‘He pleaded for an end to “ex- Messrs Da Costa & Co, Lid. a 7 , Govern hong
adio tation | irrigated ‘uermi (Security Police) are flee-| der’ the Colombo plan this year,|tremes and extremists” and said ‘re lower end of Broad Street, It a or TR day Ider tthga dtd val gy
Pye met es * | ing to Yugoslavia and Greece to| The wheat will be part of Cana | he and the Republican P ‘ has a fine setting with show win- © Florida but stood f it
OTS ean ‘hE tg pases | escape punishment for the erimes | qa's contribution to India under {to get. the pion “back on the COWS Well dressed to relieve the! disagreement: with bolting De
TUNISIA, Oct.11, | ivcrease area Of lands suita | of the Committee against the State | the plan; th be pe § e nation “back on the drapness of a grocery and to htop SantoDomi ‘rats over the ex}
Seven terrorists. firing sub- te $2,000 —n from. 9,000 | hich they were powerless to darttar thiulonent to el oe! at Soupiddle way. pace with those of DaCosta INnLOo rivhts and. tidelands issu
ie a Cc Ad side 8 5 é ° " “Den oernt Jorn ine
machine aoe and throwing gren The construction of the project orn —UP. about 20,000,000 dollars, or just The overall tone of his Utah ma nan See eee Pe = on at Dr. Hf. G. ij a The Demoere . f ,
ades attacked Radio Tunis Trans- ; . conditioning system which en r. . Cummins, Deput) |} from w } loc }
pron . 4s expected to take five years. | over £7,000,000 address followed closely his aples sae te husiine » arr
mitting station today in the first : : ; M pf Pal y ables shoppers to do their business; Leader of the House of Assembly | heralded as a triumph
ongaiiad yiolenie’ anne >the) ark ortniaenies in Canals fombasa: The S.S. City of Don- | campaign preview opening’ in comfort, The management is| returned from the Dominican Re-) ance here in the heart c
French “peace offensive’ began Polder ar and at Waramia caster sailed from Mombasa this|speech six weeks ago in Boise, in the capable hands of Mr, Aj public via Antigua on Friday| south, moved into i
a eta deo Creek next “month —OP.s CROWDED OUT week carrying a cargo of 150 wild |Idaho, The General will resume’ M. P, Weatherhead formerly of] evening by B.W.1.A, where he! yjami for speech« '
Four latare ats animals and birds for British zoos, |his travels Monday, and during Colling Lid spent a week making a prelimin-]¢¢ Nashville, Ter a
; ic soldiers and a | Education Notes crowded | The star attraction was a fully-|the week will campaign in! The new store of Sahely & Co.| ary enquiry into the possibility of] tonieht. _
ee ton mee Sree $19, 000, 000 |} out: Will appear on Tues- |/ frown leopard,. tame although Wyoming Oklahoma, Louisiana’ brings a modern frontage to the] recruiting Barbadian labourer er oN
aren a Pees es ‘Des | day. only captive for two ‘weeks.|Texas, Tennessee, West Virginia, centre of th treet and will not] for the sugar industry lake an addre here in New
way the — Q - | Veteran Kenya hunters believe|New York, Delaware and New |e out of pl vhen the new rer ie ; he
Pat haa ion cette C redited 7 Qa _this is the quickest taming vee. Jersey. Barclays building now being ex- He said that the Committee|Square, before a
at 1.00 et in an apparent SOR : | ° New York: ““Gone With The , up ended to inelude the old Unique} which was appointed comprising] @t More than 10,000
to wreck the plant, oye i C t Wind” j > ' ‘ he “" | Areade building is concluded Mr, F. C. Catehpole, Labour Ad-[ 80 bluntly re b senha nin
Ro bp Tegan guards repulsed | Brazilians ommunis Ss aie we Rosa. + 7 Gallery Removed viser to the Comptroller for De yan et civil right —"
the raiders who made a clean get- m SAlznick. ‘har ny $y R 1 D & Tie old overhanging gallery{ velopment and Welfare, Major| 5p ¢ he tidelan
away. There was no serious dam- | I rotest To eae ae £14,285 715), eC epulies has been removed and the height] Grell, Labour Commissioner of St.j.. He said flatly that | tood or
age to transmitters which were | + WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. has’ * named "hin yo Pant of the builaing with its three{ Kitts, and himself, visited the es-| the Democratic platf pe
brozdcasting normally, French | he Export-Import Bayk said og e bing eNO Is _Stage ace A * d { toreys can now be appreciatea® tates which required the workers! to Civil Rig) ver
sources said the attack was evi-|its Board of Directors has autho-- nitec ations oo © a He will now ccuse rhe opening of the front lets in}mmd had discussions with the) little applause when Mr. Steven-
dently aimed at silencing pro-!ized two credits totalling imove ar 3 ; ao vee peer for * ° ' ( erably more light and air! President and members of the Son stated briefl ut empnati-
French broadcasts in Arabic pre-| than $19,000,000 to Brazilian bor. PANMUNJOM, Oct. 11 girl to play Scarleu. | H h I reas igo that the customer can shop in| companies concerned. cally “as you know I stand on th
ceding the impending United|!owers. One credit of $18,000,000 Communist armistice _negotia- vo ip *ason | eomfort ond Milady can see the He added that although the Democratic platform wit pect
Nations General Assembly .dis- is to the recently established| ),.-.° aceused Allied delegates of ° \Jast end of the threads in tha| Committee had made favourable to minority right But he added
eussion of the Tunisian question, National Development Bank and] }.¢o4j ‘off . iscussions Mr. Attlee BONN, Oct, 11 new fabries, Of these there are) progress there still remained he was saddened by the fact th
’ breaking truce discussions in ‘ t » ect
The station is the ‘most impor | the other of approximately] an attempt to pressure the forth- Z The Committee of the West ccnsiderable quantities of fing} one outstanding point to be set- after 4,000 years of Ct ianit
tant means the French have for | $1,860,000 to Compania, Barbara. coming United Nations General Hold Fa I Ts Mi German parliament has recom-, quality. , : j tled. At the moment, he could not “we need discuss it at all
telling about their policy through-| Credit to the Bank will be used] Assembly to “approve the plot of 8 © £488 *) mended that immunity of at least; The old staff of Messrs Evans) give any further information —UP,
out the Middle East where num-_| to buy in the United States, agri- your side” to extend the Korean . ° 3 six Communist Deputies should | & Co. } been re-employed with |. Bs ae
erous- Arab stations constantly cultural machinery for resale on fie - ~) Party’s Top Post be lifted so that they can be tried | the general Management in ”
support the Moslem case, both cash and credit terms }-1n- } . on charges of inciting to high! hands of Mr. ¢ ee ae
—vU.p. | cipally to individual Brazilian} Chief Red delegate General Nam LONDON, Oct. 11. enrhtt A spokesman for the, of the — s Ds Cont ry Co 3 fh
farmers with distribution to be] I] issued a “strong protest” to the Former Prime Minister Clement ane wud ee Wet eee, ey os reer Redman daugh- a &
i carried out through normal} senior Allied delegate Lieut. Gen-| Attlee said flatly on Saturday ee eee Would | PEODO DIY | Ete ee angles the Mansgiie Gs > CH)
Doctor Marries BI] | channels. The Bank said “thisferal William K. Harrison over) ight that he intends to hold on sae (le o ii ate kar mee | D febotins rh ‘ig the second of the 5). ‘ .
| equipment will make an important Lieut. General Harrisons calling te the leadership of the Labour] ” “e rae ee Sabi ly store opened in, Brigee 4 wy
Days After contribution to the continued ex- {aM indefinite recess in the talks. Party and warned ‘Bevanites"| myo Communist group in Parlia- town within recent months; the .
pansion and improved efficiency He said “your side must bear that he expected them to work on ment numbers fourteen Deputies first is in Swan St RAI. TGH—M k of th
B t A Mi of Brazilian agriculture, full responsibility for all ne ard UP | Seton STNG from Your Allee delivered “a.” biting ot, (ert, German Communist leader. | ay Ready ’ WORLD'S CHAMPION.
: z a g a" | Hinz Renner, Friendrich Ris | erman z }
peop cheng Seen a ae —UP. ia cat r, Ewan Forbes-Sempill, who | Y ; me , t act
had keen a pipe smoking woman| Search For Crash ae vate na sotiea Ane wrin2® ae iriaomias To Defend Itself
called Elizabeth until he officially ay re © os: sae evan and his followers scored| The Deputies are accused also}
becamé a man only 31 days ago, Victims Is Over Outside CGonzpetition Dare enee — the rank and filejof inciting to riot and to ove og LIN, Oct, 1 te
oe married his former housekeeper ane Sanit ant at the Soc aie brow the West German Govern- In a 900 y pa ec
in a secrét romantic night Scots} | HARROW, England, Oct. 11. Causing Concern Cadets ot x te jinvat by force and. slandering| Stalin, acting East Germ
wedding last night. Seventy-four hours after Prit- ewélant teers ee —e ‘a Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and | Pré nier Heinrich Rau p oe
: s s v f { a com-| Ea Germany reading to ¢
The 40-year-old man who had ain’s second worst train crash, Siti KINGSTON, Oct. 11. denationalize the A and forner ee os “ U uP. ' | ioe itself against all attack
been a woman for 39 years 11,a British Railways official said oes de competition is causing steel industries, Attlee said the!” ittee spokesman said.—U.P. pay a iy said it pbc aye IR
months was married ‘to Miss “search for the victims is over.” : nee th millers considerablg | xhour Party could not combat: lon the oceasion of the third found
Isobel Mitchell who is in her The death toll in the triple} the Canadien baiiieee hanes Of| those moves effic ently with dis- , ing anniversary of the East Zone
middle thirties. It was real Scots |cwash here stood’ at 107 identifi-| 50%) “jes ae ‘hp v4 , aT unity in its own ranks. He said Greece Gets A \that stat vorkers of the (East)
ceremony and champagne was ono la but there were other that they ware trying me io to ‘if there are differences On, per- 4 ‘German Democratic Republic and
sent to the Servants’ quarters. mutilated remains at the Harrow rotect the “i sonal grounds, I say the Social- , itheir Government, are ready to
Miss Mitchell had been Dr.| mortuary says the spokesman. they had celica simiect cobain: ist movement is far more imports Temporary Govt. def nd their accomplishment i
Forbes-Sempill’s housekeeper at| The official addeq “The final jy for the past thirty years, ant than. individuals.” ATHENS, Oct, 11, | against all attack
Brag Lodge near Alford for the | total when the pathologist has fin- “ The mission has been travelling _ Attlee pointed out that leader- a
last seven years. The marriage ished his examination of the re-|in the West Indies discussing | 2'P of the party in the House of} A non-political service Govern-| Herr Rau stressed that the vital
took place jin the doctor's home| mains will probably be 110.” flour sales with trade and govern-}©O™mons is chosen by its mem~ ment which will handle state’; terests of the Gurman people
during the night. It was performed _ Earlier Scotland Yard said the | ments ana left Jamaica today fo rit bers there, He has a sizable mer-|business in the interim before demanded an “immediate and
by a Scots Minister who had pub-/|figure stood at 110 due to con-|Canada. They said it would take} &i",0ver Bevan among members|the seating of the new Parliament’ poaceful solution of the German
lished the banns in his church fusion in counting parts of bodies.|some time before the result of ee loo the oath of office before King /question of speedy restoration of
last Sunday. a P. —-U.P. ‘their mission was known.—C.P. | Paul. ;German unity and the conclusion
cncenatblilsseiesisalG Mate acing — -———_—- — —~- siateshaneanpoealy ' j s ‘of a peace aty
ROUNDING THE BEAGLE | Gov. INE | tte Government will (serve) —UP. You are ona
,¢ : a new political regime ha
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‘ erresponseae) King Paul dissolved the Parlia ARGENTINE CO. 5
ANTIGUA, Oct. 11 ment and General Nicholas Pla LONDON, Oct. 11
His Excellency the Governor, bebe apt eo ie foe In a report to the end of last A Raleigh was the choice of Reg Harris—World’s
accompanied by Lady Blaek- nae ene: ee fenerai elec ' June issued yesterday the Di- Professional Sprint Champion for the second year in
patna, and Aide-de- -Camp, Major tions were decided upon, to imple | rector of the Argentine Land H ; ; .
E. Hewitt, flew to St. Kitts and|ment Parliament's recent chang | and Investment Company said a succession, Here is proof of the wisdom of buying
New ris to-day for a fortnight anit | of Greece's electoral system from/,ubstantial tax repayment was your bicycle from a Company with such great
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the greatest single technica] ad- Dr. Cox told cientist that | j ‘ t nly , ‘
| vance in whipping polio (infantile/the new virus-killing vaccine | 507,466 of e nation’s children “aT CAVE, SHEPHERD
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. , crippling disease. Dr. Herald R.| volves the use of chick embry the f $22.50 pe
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Caub Calling

PODAY SHOWS 5 and 8.30 P.M.
\} LOMORKOW % SHOWS 1.30, 5 and 8.20 a Ki led i mn 3 Days Jeginnin Wednesday next, poo ‘uller. Broadcast begin
+) IN TECHNICOLOUR nof Nixe. | 15th Octobe B.B.t will af 7.15 po 2th inst va c —> HE HARRISON COLLEGE
tt t ‘ uples broadcast four feature programmes. hea the 25 and $ metre <
» € \ xoae ton ' ( onmainewete Yid Boys’ Association will
»} \ TER ‘OT T'S ; nd you will ® Wace cle based on the much-discussed Book | iS and 9 $8 em aacycles hold their aes Day at Harrison
x cc soft, » d clear Nixe- (‘Struggle for Europe’ publijged Veughas a. College on Thursday. next.:.Thin
x Daan ’ iho then . pines ‘ ~. i R } Taughe illiams, ;
i) ’ a pa « earlier this year which ha en —s ane ” is second Open Day to be
) Vv. A NHOE «a se Pier te «| deseribed as one of the most Imi O'M., th. eat English composer, — gece Pp ; i
) Eczems 0 an uptio ‘ ; fede a a . >
‘) in FON MINE Rob.vt TAYLOR You can’ t peti 7. or skin atuahiog portant wees ce app 7 Sir a oe bomen He There will be a cricket match
) <<" F< : imtil you rewnove Me germs that hide Second orld ur 1e affthori au to comme > s . c : 1 party. Ped
‘ on be AYLOR George SANDERS ft iny pe ° wr skin. te ; ad followed by a coektail party
} & y TAVSLS om yet Wistodernt trom Ye chemist tae |, himself will be the narrator in this birwd he -B.B.C. will broad- 1 ioad will captain the team
SS) EX day under the posit!y urantee iat | four-part series which twe speci yrogrammes, both | © ;
(it EXTRA Nixdderm will Banish pit oe " / : and those playing will inelude
i 4 seer Ghubbieemaik te clear your oath soft and th centrates on the min theme of o tt ie) The first will be Clyde Walcott "and Lawson Bart-
( HE TWO MO USEKETEERS ; J wes the world drama since 1939 with °B.8.C. Concert Hall’ with the|Cly "' te ae ace Cricketers
” And the Latest British Newsreels and news of the day Nixoderm return. @ (the diplomatic and strategic gri- :.C. Symphony Orchestra con-| lett, "Speak: ; Returns
})) ‘ olchildre we availabh: for our 1.30 p.m Fer Skin T ies ; tr gins of the present situation ict, by S Malcolm Sargent peaker Ketu
tree pcaltterarrow. Weeder Weanesies: Teaaaday ah een porreee Europe, and the emergence of niaying two pieces of Vaughan R. K.N. R. Husbands, Speaker
a aaa Orit oe M * we of t tre te Vicket Russia as the dominant power on Williams’s—‘Fantasia on a Theme ef the House of Assembly
} i 2aagpet pease Segal MSRP sme iy 7 Europe. Eaéh }y Thomas Tallis and Postoral] returned home on ——— an
} ; . asting for a full hour, these feu mphony.’ Th will be at 9.00} 'T.C.A. from Canada. He atten
(SE ASTHMA MUCUS jfeature — programmes will be p.m ’ The Soot programme|a meeting of the Commonwealth
. ee Dissolved Firsi'D broadcast on. Wednesdays statt e ‘Music Magazine’ at 10.45] Parliamestary po
f jing at 9.00 pm. the first being p.m. when Scott Goddard will From Ontario
i ay jing at p ‘ ins 2 c
i Alliance Francaise dela Barbade ASheklOg, Sasping. ay given on the 15th. inst. and the honour him. AJOR AND MRS. F. H.
i in assovintion with sour fystem. sap. sour ‘Gare others following at weekly jn- ¢ t ntinuous € reation of Matter LELEU of Hamilton, Ontario
, pour hegith if enter your heat tervals, Many are aware that two theo-Jare now in the island spending
THE BARBADOS CHORAL SOCIETY & treet of 5, famous deetor—cetrcu- West Indian Pox try Criticised eS now in vogue among} about three months’ holiday. aa
THE CAMEO MUSIC CLUB ing the attacks Sees kee oo As we told you last week th smologists—or shall we calif are living at Belvedere, Maxwe s.
strangiing mucus is dissolv B.BCs “Caribbeis Voice; wilt hem astronomer these being &irhis is their first visit to PBarba-
resent he ‘Sean aa pons again present a commentary on“! the Universe was created at Bios.
injections. Just take plea sai West Indian work in° its n a finite time in the past or the Major Leleu is a member of the
DANIEL ‘FRICOURT te enciegey Ay % F ea edition, Sunday, 12th inst fe j. Site.native that the process Royal Architectural Institute of
e po , ; tact Sy clean M cre still going or Canada.
Bronchitis in next to no . even lowing on iast Sunday's com! ne > + ; : oe erent ta a , ‘. a
feat MBkasiot areas (on 2 prose piece. On the iath She J.C, a deant on Friday, 171" | Continuing Caribbean Tour
ina that it is Fuaranteed fo you free |programme will open w vit! ; . : . Mer eae . F. J. HARLOW, Adviser on
: Senet too * "fours 4, series of poems by Wilson Harris a - tt roe eee eae Technical Education to the
‘om pies stop your ys . r ' ' iseuss these two alternatives
: 2 or money back on reti of empty | of British Guiana and this re He } i ‘ . Secretary of State for the Colo-
Grand Pianoforte Recital BOSE Get MENGAOS owt Ber | Sg will” te followed ‘by cons He Will speak at 10.30 p.n Receetary of State faz the Cote.
ig e _ ey = the ee , the view $99 09-666-04.9066.000-460000% | by “B.W.LA. on Thursday. : -
‘ RE SC sing the 1 WI glis Dr Harlow is continuing his
COMBERMERE SCHOOL HALL ee SHAKE OFF T’ ;
SHAKE OFF THAT tour of the Caribbean for the
on
. ote . e the
FRIDAY, 7TH NOVEMBER AT 8.30 P.M. HOT WEATHER purpose of giving advice on
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Sir Ge » Seel, K.C.M.G. and Lady See! * JG tion.
St GeoreRICES OF ADMISSION. “ate” Reap « DARK with Off To Jamaica
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Unreserved Seats (Downstairs .72 cents WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT M a p amo
CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT Permanent, washable ARD of Pavilion u
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Plan opens on Monday 20th October at Mussrs. Johnson's WALCOTT s MARCIANC natural tines. $0 years ERROL J by B.W.1LA. on Thursday
Stationery, Broad Street. Also New Tartan Ftim- } | reputation. Ask your chemirt to ob amaica hy B.W.LA. $
: btained “TARZAN'S SAVAGE FURY pm t his Ws octesaler. last on a visit.
lickets for U ei Seats may also be obtain Lex BARKER & CHETA tain some for rou from ha esa -
PC C/o C.F. Harrison & Memulecrured ty On Holiday
from the S.F K, Book Shop, ° a MON «4 Ties #0 PM THE SHADEINGE PANY : . i
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. “EEE ie ® | Thursday. He has gone on (a
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OLLS of Worthing, Christ

| | Church, were passengers for Mon-

| treal, Canada on a holiday visit.
They left the island on Thursday
by T.C.A,
Attended Sugar Talks
ON. HAROLD ROBINSON and
Mr, K. McCowan came over
by B.W.LA. on Friday for a
Meeting of the Barbados Sugar
| Producers’ Association. They
‘returned to Trinidad later in the
afternoon.

Hon, Robinson is Chairman of
the B.W.I. Sugar Association while
Mr. McCowan is Secretary,

Paid Short Visit
RIG-GEN. M. HOTINE, Direc-
tor of Colonial Surveys of
the Colonial Office, London, was
also a passenger for Antigua by

B.W.1LA. after paying a_ short
visit to Barbados.
On Vacation
RRIVING by B.W.I1A. on

Monday was Mrs, Fitz Millar
of Brooklyn who has come to
Barbados on vacation. Mrs. Millar
who is a Barbadian was last here
15 years ago. She is staying with
Mr. and Mrs, Lionel Forde at
Trewmot Chepstow Street.
Station Manager Returns

R. AND MRS. H. BAXTER
and their two children re-
turned from Montreal by T.C.A.
on Thursday after a visit. Mr.
Baxter is Station Manager, Sea-
well, for T.C.A,
Ten Days
R. Albert. Figaro had
been spendin ten days’
vacation in the colony as _ the
guest of Mr, and Mrs. C, W. Cum-
berbatch, The Ivy, returned to
Trinidad on Friday by B.W.LA.
' Mr, Figaro is an employee
the Electrical Contractors
| Port-of-Spain.

A Shower

SHOWER was held on Friday
& afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. J. J. Bullen, Cheapside for
Miss Pat Bullen, Assistant Secre-
tary to the Publicity Committee,
and daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Bullen of Searles Plantation,
‘Christ Church.

Miss Bullen will become the
|bride of Mr. George Nehaul,
| Assistant Engineer, Public Works
_— on Saturday, October
| Her many friends and relatives
jextended sincere wishes for her
happiness and presented her with
\" bouquet of dollar bills.

Carib joins in wishing the
| prospectiv e bride and groom very
best wishes.

Halloween Dance

ate Extra-Mural Association
will hold a Halloween Dance
at the Drill Hall on October 31

who

ot
Ltd.,



MR. AND MRS. EDMUND HARRISON

Will Come Again
R. L. G. Laurent left by
“Lady Nelson” during

the
the

week for British Guiana after
spending three months holiday
here. Mr. Laurent is Superinten-

dent of the Mails Branch of the
General Post Office at George-
town,

“This is my first visit here and
it has been very enjoyable, I
shall _ certainly revisit your
beautfful island,” he told Carib.

Besides sight-seeing and sea
bathing, Le made many friends
for whose courtesy and hospi-
tality he expresses his gratitude.

Spent Fire Months

Re to British Guiana
by the Lady Nelson on ‘Tues-
day night were Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Moore and their two daughters
after spending five months’ holiday
in the island.

Mr. Moore. who has visited the
island on three occasions pre-
viously, is District Postmaster of
the Nigg Post Office of the Coren-
tyne Coast. Whilst here both he
and Mr, Laurent visited the Bar-
bados General Post Office and
were shown around by the Colo-

nial Postmaster, Mr. Robert
Clarke. 7
Mr, and Mrs. Moore and their

children said they had a wonder-
ful time. Mrs. Moore is a Bar-

badian,

The Moores
were guests
The Kew.

Enjoyable Stay
O more Guianese also sailed
by the Lady Nelson on Tues-

and Mr. Laurent

of Mrs. E. Bruce,

day night for’ British Guiana.
They were Mr. Rey Everson and
Mr. I, Gordon, th gentlemen

are employed at the Public Works
Department, B.G. and spent five
weeks’ holiday.

Mr, Gordon was* visiting Bar-
bados for the first time while Mr.
Everson has visited here on a
former occasion. Before em-
barking for their ship they told
Carib that they had an enjoyabl¢
stay and hope to return in the near
iuture,

They were guests of Capt. and
Mrs. E. Simmons of Holetown,
St. James.

Entertaining Team
HE MALVERN Sports Club
will hold a dance in honour
of the visiting Carib Bears Basket

Ball Team on Wednesday night
at Halloway Guest House, The
Ivy,

Married At St. Silas

N OCTOBER 2, at St. Silas’
i Chapel, St. James Miss Dar-
rell Althea Rodgers, daughter of
Mrs, Sylvia’ Tyrelle of Carlton, St.
James became the bride of Mr.
John Duncan Ifill of Porters, St.
James and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ifill of New York.

The ceremony was conducted
by Rev. Lane and Rev Canon
A. W. Johnson, Rector of St.
James.

The bride was given in marriage
by her step-father Mr. George
Tyrelle and she wore a dress ot
slipper satin and chantilly lace
The skirt ended in a long train
and her bodice was close fitting
and was studded with rhinestones
and sequins.

Her finger-tip veil was held in
place by a tiara of pearls and
she carried a bouquet of anthu-
rium lilies and Michaelmas dais-
ies and white orchids.

The duties of bestman were
performed by Sgt. Kenneth Parris
and a reception was hel at
the home of the bride’s parents.

Married Yesterday
b darninge pao at 4:80 o’clock at

the St. Michael’s Cathedral,
Mr. Edmund - Latrobe Harrison,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L.
Harrison of “Villa Una,” Has-
tings took as his bride Miss
Sheelagh Winifred Parris, daugh-
ter of Capt. and Mrs. F. C. Par~
ris of Tudor Bridge, St. Michael,

The ceremony was performed
by the Very Rev. Dean Hazle-
wood,

The bride who was given in mar-
riage by her father wore a dress
of Pearl slipper satin and lace.
Her bodice of satin with a lace
yoke was studded with rhine-
stones and had a small pointed
eoliar. She wore close fitting
sleeves studded with rhinestones
and her flare skirt ended in a
peacock train with accordeon
pleated godeas. Her finger-tip
veil was kept in place with a
@own of seed pearls and rhine-
stones to match. Her shoes of
brocaded satin were the gift of
ner brother Mr. Fred Parris of
Aruba and were made by her sis-
ter Miss Elsie Parris of U.S.A.

She was attended by Miss Ruby
Farris Maid-of-honour who
wore orchid satin and net with
matching headdress. She wore
gold accessories and matching
mittens.

Her bridesmaids were the Mis-
ses Enid and Jean Parris, Misses
Sheila Harrison (sister of the
groom) and Jean Harding. Miss
Enid Parris and Miss Jean Hard-
ing wore dresses of pink stamped
net with wide scalloped necks;
puffed sleeves,. close fitting bod-

as

ices and mittens to match. The
dresses featured bouffant skirts
and their headdresses were

matching. Their accessories were
silver,

The Misses Jean Parris and
Sheila Harrison wore identical
dresses of blue stamped net with

matching headdresses. Their
bouquets were all sheaths of pink
rose buds.

The duties of bestman were
performed by Mr. John Wilson,
brother-in-law of the groom while
those of ushers fell to Messrs,
Courtenay and Roy Parris, Mr
Livingstone Greaves, Mr. Clifford
Husbands and Benard Motris.

A reception was held at tne
residence of the bride’s parents,
Tudor Bridge after which the
happy couple left for their honey-
moon,

Her going-away dress was blue
nylon and lace with silver ac-
cessories,

Quiet: Weddings

A QUIET WEDDING took place
yesterday morning at 8.00
o'clock at St, Paul’s Church, when
r, Neville Ormond Stewart of
Jackman’s took as his bride Miss
Elsie Lolita Alleyne of Hindsbury
Road. :
The ceremony was formed b
Rev. F. C. Pemberton. and <4
bride was given in matriage by
her brother Mr. Lisle Alleyne
while the duties of bestman were

performed by Mr. R. Straker.

A quiet WEDDING took place
at St. Leonard’s Church, on
Thursday afternoon when Mr.
Reuben Parris son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Parris of Bay Land took
as his bride Miss Cholrine Seale
daughter of Mrs. M. Seale of Bank
Hall, St. Michael.

The ceremony which was choral

was pcrformed by Rev. W. D. M.
Woode, Vicar of St. Leonard’s. The
bride was given in marriage by
her brother and wore a dress of
ivory slipper satin with a close
fitting bodice.

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AT THE CINEMA
Slapstick And Farce

iy G.

SINCE “Ivanhoe” is continuing at the Globe over this
week-end, there are only two films to tell you about. One
of them is sheer slapstick comedy while the other is a
farce-comedy spiced with slapstick and satire. ABBOTT
& COSTELLO MEET THE INVISIBLE MAN is ying
at the Plaza, Bridgetown, while at Barbarees, Dean n
and Jerry Lewis — another comedy team are starred in
THAT’S MY BOY. ome
The presence of a vigorous, but down for the opposing side | With
invisible man compounds the mad- .the help of a football here, She boy
ness of the latest A. & C. offering, vindicates himself, saves the big
in which these zany comedians match of the season amd estab-
are a pair of enthusiastic corre- lishes his father’s faith in him.
spondent school detectives hired Jerry Lewis plays the boy—a
te prove the innocence of a prize p:ngling father-dominated hypo-
fighter aceused of murder. © chendriac and though I knew that
chief complication lies in the fact ihe character is supposed to be
that it is their client who is invis- comic (it also has touches of
ible and in their effort to cleat pathos) 1 found it extremely ex-
him, the two become involved aggerated. As the father, Eddia
with a crooked promoter and Mayehoff is one of the most over-
racketeer, a séductive blond@ pearing, cunceited amd _ selfish
siren, a doctor who is trying to parents maginable and how his
invent a ré-agent to counter-act wife and son ever put up with
an injection for—invisibility and phim is beyond me! Dean Martin
the whole affair culminates with j- the football here of the campus
Lou Costello winning a boxing ¢nd he and Marion Marshall con-
match,.-thanks to the unseen jpibute some tuneful inverludes.
fighter, and becoming temporarily Ajtogether, I’m afraid that E
invisible himself, to the conster- found the humour of this team to
nation of the hospital staff! be foreed, and the characters, with



Speed and split-second timing the exception ef the psychiatrist,
mark the clowning of this team who tries to help the boy, unreal
kept the two of them at break- perhaps the film just isn’t my
neck tempo! Amusing scenes in- type.
clude a dinner in which celery,
glasses of wine and spaghetti float :
.
mouth and the final boxing match Night Clubs Look
when Costello is saved in the nick
of time by a K.0. blow to his Tg 17953 Fora Boom
opponent from the invisible man.
the spirit of the film and devotees 7 night clubs and
of Abbott and Costello will find it , Mondon's ae Meeing tho Com
entertaining and hilarious. onation will bring them a boom
i ut of their present
THATS MY BOY EMS Seo .
Another comedy team is playing Last year the Festival was a
in THAT’S MY BOY at the Plaza, disappointment to them. One
Barbarees. This time it’s Dean leading restaurateur said today.
Martin aa:d Jerry Lewis—who are “The Festival never produced
less a farce-comedy but it is also jt attracted the wrong sort of
a sharp satire because, although people. But the Coronation we
played in a slapstick vein, it hit’ hope will be a very different
hard at false values in contemp- proposition.”
confused when I saw it because I cabaret acts from all over the
could not make up my mind as to ..4.4q on show.
what the director was aiming at— “Restaurants are keeping quiet
comedy or satire—but I concluded about their plans, as managers
The story concerns the neurotic, Hy
ae he . For the visitors unwiling to
hywectortcriny dl ae pay the prices of the West End,
American footballer and an Olym- *- tll be special Coronation
pie swimming champion, whose there will be specia
‘ * ‘ i try. Cne
son, his own athletic triumphs. throughout the coum
Dominating the boy completely he chain of | halls glan to_ hold .
sends him to college and forces special “Festival of Dancing.
him to play football—only to dis- Others are planning free on to

and the director has certainly gq unsympathetic. However,
through the air to an invisible
The supporting cast enters into Evening Standard Reporter
difficulties.

new to me. The film is more oer the West End trade we hoped for.
orary society. I admit to being ~ Coronation visitors will find
i ota pone of Tash. look for acts that are “different”.
father tries to relive, through his arrangements in dance halls
grace the team by scoring a touch- all visitors. —L

type of drinker. The automatic
Poultry Notes ... Megasse. jnay vequire cleaning daily.
4. Until the — is re
—I was ver leased a few ing,” throw a s amoun'
wake. ago to wee that you had Scratch Grain around in late
started “Poultry Notes.” In your afternoon or early morning to
issue of Sunday the 5th October, suit your feeding arrangement’
however, you gave advice on the or stir it with a stick about twice
use of Megasse, which, from the weekly. In three or four w
experience of poultrymen in it will be “working. No more
America and Britain and from turning will be required.
our own in your little Island is 5. Provide mobile perches if
rather out of date. Nearly all possible but they are not really
labour can be cut out and one necessary. '
man can look after at least 1,200 6. Do not remove the litter
birds (3,000 is claimed in Eng- anless you require some for your
land) if the following advice is garden and then be sure you
followed and if suitable housing leave at least half so that the
is available. The smallest house whole mass is still “working.
can be worked this way. Add a little fresh from time to
1. Place about three inches of time if necessary. This Deep
Megasse on the floor ... under Litter compost is excellent for
the perches, under the nests and flowers and vegetables.
under the drinkers (all these 7, In damp weather do more
should be about 22 inches above turning but there is no need to
floor level). Dropping Boards or remove the litter because of
Pits are not nedessary unless you slight moisture on the top. If it
require the manure. becomes really wet remove all of
2. Use the hanging type of it, let the floor dry and start
feeder or one similar. This will again.
probably need filling once a Jt has been proved in America
week. that old litter has a high food
3. Change the water daily if value and is rich in the Animal
do not use the automatic protein factor, Vitamin B12,






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NOTES

Cannibalism has the same
meaning for poultry keepers as for
the resa of mankind. Hens will not
only eat eggs but will eat one
another unless precautions are
taken against cannibalism. Over-
crowding encourages cannibalism
and disease, so provide plenty of
floor ae will ie a
minimum uare
bird and the emai will each a
quire 3% square feet.

fore moving new pullets into
the laying house old hens should
be sold oer culled and placed in a
separate house. Old hens will not
pnly bully pullets but are likely
jlo pass on diseases to which they
Ihave become immune.

When the old hens have been
removed the laying house should
be thoroughly cleaned. Scrape off
>lingin, droppings and scrub
thro ut. Insect oil should be
applied to all wood surfaces to kill



bacteria, coccidia, molds,
e; and mites.

fter the house has been thor-
oughly dried put down clean me-
gasse, Six inches to start with will
be adequate and you can add new
megasse every three to four
weeks.

If you have not wormed your
birds at 10—12 weeks, you ought
to do so before putting them in the
laying house. You'll need about 3
lbs. of worm feed for each 50 pul-
lets. Some poultry keepers worm
their birds at 10—12 weeks and
again before transferring them to
the laying house. All through thee
notes I keep on emphasising the
importance of good management,
good sanitation and good feeding
to remind you how to get more
from the birds you have, providing
of course that you have birds with
in-bred ability to lay,

You should aim to have your
Leghorns laying at 442 months and
your heavies one month later,

The earlier your birds lay the
fess you will spend an growing
feed. Tests conducted on the re-
search farm of the manufacturers
of one of the poultry feeds sold in
Barbados show how important is
pro feeding. Birds of the same
variety fed the right way were 1%

nds heavier at 20 weeks old
than their sisters raised on
poor growing ration. And
they average 21 eggs more
than their sisters over a test period
when egg prices were ghest.
From ten hens this would mean
210 more eggs! Many local poultry
keepers claim that no matter how
well you feed your birds you will
not get results if you bring them
to the laying house in the hot
weather months. This claim seems
to be well justified by experience
and you ought therefore to aim at
buying chicks at times of the year
which will make their initial lay-
ing period coincide with the open-

worm

cool season coincides with the
tourist season when there is
greater demand for eggs than at
other times of the year there is
everything to be gained by having
full egg production at this time
rather than earlier.
Riboflavin ¢ and other B vitamins
are present. They are generated
by the droppings, and there is no
difference whichever type is used.
Megasse_ is probably the finest
Deep Litter in the world. The
use of it saves 90% of labour
costs as compared with the old
system and gives us several B
vitamins in the bargain.

Can this possibly be the first
time in this world that we have
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(By AGRICOLA)
CASSAVA

IN recent weeks, there has been a scarcity of locally
grown roots and vegetables.
tainable, even if not available in full supply, were not to
be had at any price. So accustomed to our regular sup-
plies of yams and sweet potatoes, there is, quite under-
standable, a tendency to bewilderment when both of these
favourites are off the market at the same time.

Gardening Hints
For Amateurs

Poinsettias Again

Although a great deal has al-
ready been written on the subject
of Poinsettias, it may be just as
well to remind gardeners again
that October brings round the
controversial subject as to whether
Poinsettias should be cut back a
second time or not.

Of course they have had their
first cut, the double ones in March,
and the single ones in August, and
the bushes are now in full vigour
again, tall and leafy in prepara-
tion for their show of crimson
bracts in December, It seems
almost a pity to touch them, and
this is the opinion of many gar-
deners.

True, this second cut in October
is not a drastic down to the ground
one like the first, but is more in
the nature of a trimming back,
when each branch is trimmed
back about two feet from the tip,
with the idea of making the
plants thicker and more sturdy. It
also has the effect of making the
branches shoot two or even three
branches in the place of the one,
thus increasing the flower heads.

Well, there it is and gardeners
can take their choice as to wheth-
er to cut, or not to cut.

In any case a good dressing of
manure is very beneficial at this
time, and will certainly increase
the size and health of the flowers
in December.

Salvia that is at all stalky and
peaky looking should be cut to the
ground right away. After this,
manure and keep the plants well
watered, and with that treatment
and the rains they will soon be up
again. If the red and white
salvias are treated in this way
now they should be flowering
again by Christmas. Both these
salvias are so useful at Christmas
time when red and white flowers
are in such demand,

Chrysanthemum suckers — that
were planted out earlier in the
year, should by now, be stretching
out and growing tall. Those that
have not been already staked
must be in need of staking, for
if they are allowed to flop the
plants will get out of shape and
the blooms will suffer in conse-
quence. For tieing up the plants
use colourless raffia, or tape like
string as either of these are less
likely to injure the stem than a
finer string. Make the tie loose
and in a bow, so that as the plant
e@rows the tie can be easily re-
moved and tied higher.

When local seeds are collected
for replanting be sure to see that
they are thoroughly dry before
being stored for otherwise they
are apt to mildew.

Any seeds that are left. over
from the Annual seed planting
can be stored if they are put in a
glass jar with a screw top, screwed
down securely and kept in the
Refrigerator, Seeds will keep in
this way for years.

Collecting your own seeds is a
fascinating hobby and saves quite
a lot in these days when seeds
are so expensive. It simply
means putting a bag over a few
flowers of the chosen plant and
letting them thoroughly dry on
the plant in the sun. After the
dried flower has been cut off and
the seeds separated, they (the
seeds) must be dried in the sun
again, until they are thoroughly
dry, Put them in tiny change
envelopes with mame and date
written outside, and store.

Sweet potatoes usually ob-

Yet, much more use could be
made of sweet cassava at such
times since it grows so easily
and, with little or no attention,
could be available at almost any
period of the year. It certainly
should not be lightly regarded as
an article of diet, for cassava—
both bitter anq sweet—is the
most dependable food crop of
many parts of the tropics. ere
is a fair amount of bitter cassava
grown in the island and worked
up into stock feed. At different
times, notably during the war,!
cassava flour has been tried in an
admixture for bread making and
found wholly suitable and pala-
table. But, so long as wheat
flour was forthcoming, a mixture
of it with cassava did not find
favour .
Some of the West Indian terri-
tories had cause to regret this
seeming neglect and had to do
without bread for varying ri-
ods. There have been recent re-
ports of shortage locally,

To-day, however, we wish to
make a case for sweet cassava in
particular. After being harvest-
ed, it does not keep so well as,
say, sweet potatoes; but, by
wrapping the tubers in a moist
bag, their keeping qualities are
enhanced. Below, we five some
of the better known methods of
use as aids, especially i> those
who may not have thought seri-
ously of utilizing cass2va as an
article of food :

Boiled. Peel. Cut into pieces.
Put into boiling salt water. Boil
until tender. ‘ake out of the
water at once and serve.

Roasted. Place a root of cassa-
va in the ashes. Allow to roast
until tender. Scrape off the outer
skin. Burst and serve hot with
butter or margarine. A good
practice is to wrap in a table
napkin when serving so as to
keep warm.

Puffs. Peel. Boil until soft.
Mash and remove any lumps.
Add salt, a little butter or mar-
arine and a well beaten egg.

oll in bread crumbs and fry in
Jard or oil. Delicious this way.

Meal or Farine. Wash and pee!
tubers. Grate. Press so as to
force out juice, Sift, Spread
meal thinly not deeper than one
inch—on flat iron pan. Set over
fire, raking constantly back-
wards and forwards. If the heat
is too strong meal becomes
brown, the object being to dry
not to bake the product. The
small householder can _ easily
make the meal in small quanti-
ties as required in any ordinary
iron pan, Bitter cassava can also
be used for this.

Porridge. Place two _table-
spoonsful of farine in half-a-pint
of water. After soaking for 20
minutes, boil for five minutes in
half-a-pint of milk or water.
Serve as porridge. Excellent with
brown sugar.

Bread. The fresh, wet, sifted
meal can be formed into thick,
round cakes and baked on hot
iron plates,

Flake Tapioca. Peel tubers of
either bitter or sweet cassava.
Grate, Agitate in water, washing
the loosened starch through mus-
lin. Allow the liquid to settle, pre-
ferably in shallow receptacles.
Pour off the water and expose the
starch to the sun. When the first
crack appearg in the surface of
the moist starch, rub through a
coarse sieve. Half-pound batches
of tapioca can be cooked in an
ordinary 12-inch frying pan,
which must not be too hot; keep
Starch in constant motion until
steaming stops and the product
assumes a flaky appearance, Re-
move, dry and sieve,

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B’DOS TELLS W.I. BOARD
INTEREST IN INDIAN
TOUR WANING

;

By O. 8S. COPPIN

‘T°HE Board of Management of the Barbados Cricket Association
must be congratulated on the very definite and intelligent step
which they took at their meeting on Friday in dealing with the ques-
tion of the Indian tour.
My only other comment in this connection is that the Board of
Management of the Barbados Cricket Association should not be the
only member body of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control to

do this. THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE BY ALL and so put an
end to this nonsense,
CONGRATS! LOCAL BOARD

MUST congratulate the local Board on the excellent phrasing in
Which the missive to the W.I. Board is couched and I can foresee
ho objection to the cable itself even if this valuable advice is not
acted upon, :
The Indian Cricket Board of Control sat last Sunday and if, as
the President of the Indian Cricket Board of Control said, the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control did not agree with the “modifications”
oy equested, then the tour would be off.
te at inn ateees that the West Indies Cricket Board of Control |
did not agree and if the President of the Indian Cricket Board of |
Control could go as far.as to say, according to a Reuter report, that
even if the West Indies did not answer, agreeing with their terms in
time for the meeting last Sunday that they would consider that this
meant their request for “modifications” had not
these parts and the tour would be off, then the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control, in the circumstances, should consider the tou
if they have not yet heard from the President of the Indian
since that time.

WALCOTT, WEEKES & MARSHALL HERE

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Intercolonial Rifle Meet This Month |“**°re

week batsmen
Mayers carried the score from 38

when Proverbs was
Hewitt off Foster’s bowling.
Marshall who joined Mayers heip-
ed carry the score to 175 before nu
| Was out caught by Alleyne off Mr,
|Headley’s
been agreed tO In |jnnin



Yesterday

’s Cricket

Wanderers vs College At Bay




.. 164 and 46 for two wickets



YOUNG DAVID MAYERS joined the ranks of century |

makers for the season yesterday at the Bay when he scored | his absence. With the possible e
a fine 105 runs against Harrison College as the first div

fixture between Wanderers and College was continued.

Mayers’ contribution wa

innings by the middle batsmen Roy Marshall and skipper hardly be at his best for this mee

Denis Atkinson who scored 4
tween them enabled Wande
closed with their score at 289

Despite the formidable score by
Wanderers, the College ground

fielding was good ana at times
brilliant,
1

a

In reply, College have
ost their opening batsmen Hope
nd Morris tor 46 runs.
When play started, the over-
Proverbs and

to 106 before the first wicket fell,
caught by
Roy

bowling. Marshall's
gS was a bright one which
ncluded seven boundarits. Denis

if Atkinson partnered Mayers who
was batting patiently, and
the score past the 200 run mark.
Atkinson

Saw

was in a run-getting

s backed by good supporting

6 and 41 respectively, and. be-
rers to declare their innin
for the loss of eight wickets.

Shaped to turn it to leg.

H. Cox, the Carlton left arm
medium-slow bowler was steady
and finished with an analysis of
five for 53 in 20 overs. Williams
also bowled with untiring effort.
He had lost his pacer Edghill after
tea, and he pegged away for the
greater part of the day. He fin-
ished with an. analysis of 2 for
113 in 26 overs, but these figures
belied his performance.

C. Atkins scored 20, C. Smith 15,
C. L. Walcott 18, N. Harrison 26,
Phillips 29, and B K. Bowen 12.

EMPIRE vs. PICKWICK
Pickwick 203 and 17 for no w
Empire wath

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Empire batting in their first
innings on a wicket that was tak-



289 for eight dec'd, |

ision | C@ty a great deal of condition) they all look well.

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| RACING NOTES

By BEN BATTLE

J THINK that the first thing we must do in writing this week’s col-

umn is to welcome back Mr. Fred Bethe! after his trip to the U.S,
and to say how pleased we are to hear that his visit Was a success in
every way. Looking very fit (he says he has lost 10 pounds) and no
less jovial than when he went away lucky Fred should have ever,
reason to be satisfied with the way that his horses have thriven in
xception of Test Match (never one to

i I was especially
taken with Mary Ann who seems to be in wonderful fettle, and with

First Admiral she has done well in every way and appears very much
more robust than was his wont. The big half bred Mr. Friendship wil)
ting but there are few youngsters
cts in their respective classes can be brighter than
anything to complain of, about the condition of Abu
t. All in all Mr, Bethel’s prospect of a good meeting
have never been brighter—and when one considers what he has done
in the past that is saying a lot
THE GALE STRING
rr GALE STRING, which space did not’ permit me to mention
last Sunday, is a powerful one. Although it is regrettable
no longer see that genuine stayer Doldrum at e
has under his care such promising material
shiels, and the new-comers Fluffy Ruffles and Highland Spur, in the
imported classes. Of these perhaps Spear Grass, now demoted into C,
and with the benefit of her experience in August to help her, may
prove the best bet, but the big striding Galashiels ought by no means
‘o be neglected. I am not quite as happy about the prospects of High-
iand Spur, but Fluffy Ruffles shows signs of pace, In the Creole classes
Mr. Gale will have Cross Bow whose “lean and hungry” appearance
has now earned him the nickname of the “lizard” but who is always
a force to be reckoned with over a distance of ground, In addition Mr.
Barnard has sent a two-year-old Burnt Gold who on breeding at any
rate should be in the very first flight. By Burning Bow out of the ex.
ceptionally fast mare Secret Treasure, Burnt Gold’s pedigree leaves
might inherit the somewhat unreli-
at she has done, so I for one would
S undeniable that she has exhibited

whose future prospe
his. Nor is there

P that we
xercise, Mr, Gale sti]|
as Spear Grass and Gala-

be the last to assume although it i
some signs of impetuosity.

controls the hair
without excessive

I wonder if the Barbados Cricket authorities realise the excellent mood and his sparkling innings
opportunity which has been vouchsafed them for improving local a Teen Saas Sane
cricket with the presence of the three International cricketers; + ortly a af ee? aioe
Walcott, Weekes and Marshall who are holidaying here for the winter. mussal at 24, y 5 eet os =

These three players have built up for themselves a handsome ee the oe at = oe -
{reputation in English League cricket and it is fairly generally known © d Rh ae floes 2 : nes
|that since their duties as players proper require them to play only tiv wiess 2 not 0 spec
{on Saturday afternoons that coaching is a part of their business.

Many high-flown theories and a spate of rosy promises have been
made since the return of the West Indies team from Australia with




NEW ARRIVALS

: raws near so do the Country Stables forsake
their First Division cricket match | their haunts among the canefields and the Paddock is now almost
with Pickwick at Kensington Oval. full, Recent arrivals in town have been the Walcott and Gill string:
Pickwick batted the whole of the | Of the former Flieuxvé is looking well enough to compensate for ne.
first day and scored 203 runs for â„¢4y disappointments in the past, while Aberford is staging a come-
the loss of ninewickets and tela a long absence. The Gill string comprise roughly the same
when play began yesterday they | 7 as were entered last August. I like the looks of Belle Surprise
declared at this score since one | jy 4 Cerne to be stronger than previously. The two half breds Sea
player is ill. Pickwick in their | {08m and Merschaum are developing along the right lines and might

ing turn were dismissed for 155

runs yesterday, the second day in S TIME for Races a

Immediately on
Lawless was out

resumption,

to a brilliant

: P catch by Hewitt off skipper Sim- is 1 vi : easily earn their kee » time aa A * ,
cegard to coaching local players but only Trinidad has set off to do | one owing. Wanderers: lost Second innings are 17 runs with-| Castly cpeignar wen Rent ee oming contains those
| anything officially sponsored with Internationals Jeffrey Stollmeyer lanother wicket with the score at out loss, ta ; one Ow and Dashing

Princess, a trio that will hardly go throug

|}and Gerry Gomez at the helm. ing brackets,

h the Meeting witho
In Barbados only the Barbados Cricket League have seen fit to use

AND ADDITIONS

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| the services of Internationals E, A. V. ‘Foffie’ Williams and George |
| Carew but no scheme as such has been initiated by the local Cricket |
| Board nor has there been the necessity fdr its having to give its
| official blessing to one that has been started by some club or or,
} sation outside the Board.

“CHEAP TING NUH GOOD” |

T is always considered invidious to mention money with sport in |}

a semi-puritan place like Barbados and it is amazing the amount |
of services which people expect other people to render them
jfree of cost. However I have travelled three-quarters around the
world and have found that the old Chinese saying “cheap ting nuh |}
good” is true. Therefore when | suggest a coaching scheme in which |
we will be called upon to acquire the services of the professionals |
then I assume that they will be proportionately remunerated. |

It must be borne in mind that these gentlemen are on holiday |
and have been in the habit of working when they are here, Naturally |
a trip from England and back in addition to holiday expenses will |
make its mark even on the stoutest purse and so any to
utilise the services of the professionals in this capacity be
viewed from such a level.

The West Indies Cricket Board of Control granted the Leewards
and Windwards £500 to be spent on coaching schemes after the 1950
tour to England and whethé@r or not they made the best use of that
opportunity is their funeral; but it does show that this idea of mine
is not a new one, nor does it run counter to a principle already set |
by the West Indies Cricket Board of Control.

BARBADOS ATHLETES DO WELL
| ONGRATULATIONS in order for the Amateur Athletic |
Association of Barbados’ nominees and the members of the |
| Holborn: team on successful participationain the All Stars Athletic
| Meeting which ended last Sunday in Trinidad,
Miss Joyce Marshall, John Skinner, Len Hoad and Moore all |
have gained commendable individual recognition but in addition* to |
this I have learnt from ali sides that they merged themselves into |
a Barbados team and if this high standard of camaraderie and team
spirit can be maintained then I see a bright future for local athletics |
and cycling.
TRINIDAD BASKETBALL TEAM HERE |
|/ WHE visiting Carib Bears have been disposing of all local opposi-
| tion to date. Up to the time of going to press they have so far |
| beaten a combined Harrison College Old Boys-Carlion team, have
won the first Colony game and have beaten a Harrison College team.
All of these were decisive wins although the Barbados team on
| Thursday night were without the services as players of tall captain
Algy Symmonds and fleet footed “Brickie” Lucas of Carlton, both
of whom were indisposed. They were however available for the |
second Test last night, the results of which were not to hand when |
this article Yas written but whether the visitors repeat their first |
Colony win or not it is certain that with the inclusion of Symmonds
and Lucas they would have met with stronger opposition than in the
| First Test.
Organised basketball is a comparatively new game here and it was
obvious on Thursday night that the visitors’ ball passing and team
movements were cleaner and more finished than the local team. What- |
ever the result Barbados Basketball players will be thé richer for |
experience by virtue of the visit of this Trinidad team,
ANNUAL ANCHOR CUP SHOOT OCT, 24—30
Mo BARBADOS RIFLE ASSOCIATION will stage the Annual
Intercolonial Rifle Meet here from October 24 to October 30. This
competition is staged annually between te
British Guiana and Barbados.

ams representing Trinidad,

Each member territory stages the competition in succession at

home except when a West Indies team visits Bisley when the competi-
tion takes place there.

The Anchor Challen

team of six representing
Rifle Associations,

It was presente

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ge Cup is awarded annually to the winning
the Trinidad, British Guiana and Barbados

din 1928 by John Phillips, Esq., and from 1928 to



ter with his score at 9.

Perry Evelyn who partnered

ani-|Mayers kept his end up while
Mayers

raced to his century.
However, with his score at 105,
Mayers was run out in trying to
run a short one. His innings
which was marred by only two
chances, included eight boundaries,
Evelyn was not out with five to
his credif, when the innings was
declared closed at 4.20 with the
score at 289 for eight wickets

The most successful bowler for
the College team was Foster who
took three wickets for 59 runs.
T. N. Pierce and L. St, Hill did not

bat.

College ®pened their innings at
4.30 with Hope and Morris to the
bowling of Eric Atkinson and Roy
Marshall. With the total at 26
the first wicket fell when Hope
was caught by R, Lawless off
Marshall’s bowling. This let in
Hewitt who in his stay at the
wicket saw Morris dismissed with
his score at 17 and the total 44.
Two runs later play ended for the
day with Hewitt and Foster the
not out batsmen with 10 and 2
respectively to their credit.

SPARTAN vs. CARLTON

Carlton First Innings ....... ........ 189
Spartan First Innings (for nine
wickets) 260

Spartan led Carlton on first in-
nings yesterday when they scored
260 for nine wickets in reply to

| Carlton’s first innings, total of 189
made on the first day of the
match,

Spartan were extremely fortun-
ate in securing their 7l-run lead
over the Black Rock team, It was
due in a large measure to a very
poor all round show in the field
by Carlton themselves. Their
catching .was poor, their ground
fielding very much unlike the
Carlton team, and their picking up
and returns to the wicket equally
as_ bad.

of the Empire wickets for 74 runs
in 30 overs. He spun the ball well
and had all the Empire batsmen
in trouble. Eight of his 30 overs
were maidens. The Empire bats-
men who showed any resistance
were C, Hunte 26 and J. Bynoe 25,

Skipper Robinson
playing very cautiously still fell
a victim to Hoad after scoring 12,
W. Grant who opened with Hunte
also fell a victim to Hoad as he
moved down the wicket to hit,
only to be stumped by wicket-
keeper Taylor.

The Empire first innings ended
at 5 p.m., thus giving Pickwick
half an hour to bat on the wicket
with a lead
Taylor sent out E, Edwards and C,
Greenidge to open his innings and
when
were undefeated with
eight runs respectively,

POLICE vs. LODGE

Police .... 291 for 9 dec’d
SOGRR. 6 fk vee, 81 and 81
Police yesterday made short

work of the Lodge team by de-

feating them by an innings and UMOUR has it tha

129 runs,
Police declared

at their over-

week score of 291 for nine, and|as I now realise, a thought too light-hearted.
Sobers | work that it entailed. In spite of eve rything

thanks chiefly to G,
who followed up his century in
the first innings by capturing
nine wickets in the entire match
for 68 runs, The constables were
able to dismiss the school boys
for 81 runs in both innings.

In the school boys’ first innings
the only batsmen to reach double

although | although his appear.



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of 48 runs. Skipper | se

stumps were drawn they) ing at Queen’s P
seven and in South Caribbean racing and to s

HE Jack Fletcher string has been augmented by three arrivals
from St. Kitts, These are Champagne whom we have seen before
Dynamite and Nit Wit. The latter is by Jetsam out of Mr. Bertie Proy-
srbs’ ill fated Quick Wit and is a very attractive little chestnut with a
lot of his Sire about him. Unfortunately at the moment he does not
appear one hundred per cent. sound and I should not imagine that he
will take a prominent part in this meeting. Dynamite, I understand is
ance does not in the least suggest it, half an Arab.
but I do not think that we can say much more about him at this stage.
The Trinidadian Assurance by Flotsam out of Nothing Sure, is another
recent addition, and a very welcome one to the depleted ranks of ou
D and E Class. It is to be hoped that she “goes not empty away” and
SO encourages others to make the trip, for without them our Racing
in the highest Creole Class would be dismal indeed.
STABLING IN TRINIDAD
ROUSING almost as much interest as the form of the horses
among the Paddock personnel these mornings is the burning
question of lack of accommodation in Trinidad. The difficulties be-
tting the T.T.C., in this respect are not belittled by anyone, but the
consensus of opinion is that they might have displayed a very much
more sympathetic attitude towards their visitors, The Christmas Meet-
ark has for a long time symbolised the highest point
‘ acrifice this proud reputation on
the altar of expediency without apparently making any sincere attempt
to find a solution is a step which the T.T.C., should shrink from taking.
All the more alarming is their apparent attitude towards the Classic
races, If nothing is done to safeguard visiting entries in these we may
see the farcical position arising in which they will be contested for
and won by horses completely unworthy of such an honour. Let us
hope that all is not as bad as it would at first sight seem,
BOOKIE’S RETURN
t this will be the last appearance for
tle’ who will give way to the returr
asked me to; “hold on” for him some

é

“Ben Bat-
ling Bookie. When the latter
months ago, my acceptance was,
I just did not know the
1 , I have enjoyed doing it
rf ne normal gratification at his
ler,

but in saying “Welcome back Bookit”
return will contain a faint sigh’ of re

FLOODLIT CYCLING AT
QUEEN’S PARK



figures were their opening bat
Murray who made 30 and L. Addie cine Lh
St. Hill 29. _THE first flood light cycle licking will be the real thiny,
Bowling for. Pdiice_G.. Robers sports ever to be held in Barbados and no gentle sparring as is usu-
took five for 35 runs and F. will be staged at Queen’s Park ally seen when stick-licking is on
Taylor, four for 17 in Lodge's next Saturday night when the the programme for any occasion.
first innings. Caribbean National Independent
Forced to follow on 210 runs se pene aes annual Shooting :
behind, Lodge were again dis- | *®*©- 1e fete begins at 2 p.m.
missed for 81. Sobers and Taylor |#"4 will finish after midnight. Tire:

Had they taken advantage se “ee poe rere each for 33
D ities given them by ‘ :
- Maeriae sae, ee ele Farmer and’ Bradshaw one each
have had Spartan in a very bad for 14 runs each,

position, They gave Keith Wal- Double figure atsr
eott two chances, and he went on school’s second innings ‘
to score 57. Harris also had his St. Hill who made 22, Johnson

share of luck and raised 48.

The highlight of the day’s play
however, was some fierce hitting
by Frank Phillips at number 11.
He scored 29 in 15 minutes, and
in the process, he pulled C, B.
Williams for a four and two con-

19, and J. Farmer 13 runs.

Table Tennis



DIANE AND ROSALIND ROWE track are being asked to compete,

former world table tennis cham-

respectively, and |i" this novel sports, especially as

batsmen in the to hold similar sports last week
were but had to call them off,

Much interest has been created Major Warren And
Mr. Hassell

Top Score

Major A. S. Warren and Mr.
L. W. Hassell topscored with a
tetal of 98 points each in the
Practice Shoot of the Small Bore
Rifle Club yesterday, The condi-
tions were good. The next prac-
tice shoot will be hela on Wednes-

the Barbados Amateur Athletic
Association had recently planned

There will also be athletic
sports, but they will not be run
in the usual official manner of
previous heats and then finals, but
athletes and cyclists who have
gained some reputation on the

At the fete there will also be

; : ; ive sixes. Keith Walcott also ,; ave already enced a display of Caribbe: , day
=e 1934 it was shot for according to the rules of the King’s 1# stage the | Secutive s eae pions have already commence play of Caribbean exports. 4y. ; ‘
TRACTOR TYRES Highest Possible Score being 630 for a team of 6. During that period showed eae an ee oes their training schedule in a bid There will be a prize for the best _ Following were the eight best
Trinidad has won it four times, Barbados twice and British Guiana ee ie, Sua tours to regain their title at Bucharest | dressed lady. Included in the SCOres. :
- e ‘y once, raise is thew Clyde, making his D€Xt March. They have given up| many for#s of amusement will ; ; ‘ Points.
As From 1935 to 1938 and then from 1946 to 1951, war years 1939- . ro a e the field since their jobs as short-hand typists) be a few bouts of stick-licking. Mr. L. Ww. Hassell ++ 98
ee J & 1945 having intervened, the cup was shot for acccr-ding to the King’s i velciee teh “England did not to concentrate on their piay.|One thing of interest in these ue A. S. Warren - 98
on poanag stage the Highest Possible Score being 900 for a team of six. cence off well, but his innings of Their programme from now on bouts will be that the contestants ae = a Soins ig oe
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BARBADOS WIN SECOND Trinidad =~ JAMAICAN BATS PILE UP | ° ® ~ %°-
TORNADO TOURNAMENT Water Polo 492 RUNS AGAINST B.G. | The Topic








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FOR HOT-HOT DAYS \

BARBADOS won the seeond Intercolonial Tornado Teams Chosen (From Our Own Correspondent) \
tournament which was sailed against Trinidad last week i GEORGETOWN, British Guiana, Oct. 11 USE COOL-COOL TALC \\
in Cortiaie Bay. Barbados scored 97 points as against Trini- _ The Trinidad Water Polo A sound unfinished opening stand between Bruce 5: ext |
dad’s % and thus retained the Trophy which they brought ‘““®™— men’s and women’s - Pairaudeau 42, and Leslie Wight 49, reduced Jamaica’s \ Y
from Trinidad last year. â„¢ " + oe wil coneate sepingt Bar. first innings lead over British Guiana by 93 runs. Thanks Soothing fresh and fragrant, | .

Reshetbatt : - Teddy Hoad’s Vamoose TK 40 polo tournament here later this tO 157 runs partnership by Binns 82, and Miller 86, Jamaica keeps you dainty and coni- |
: : (B) took first place in the series month have now been chosen, it reached the tall total of 492 in reply to British Guiana’s 236. I

forteble, adorned in tt



dni with 38% poifits and was awarded was learnt heré yesterday. :
’ P the lap prizé for the fastest in- The Barbados ‘teams will be . Jamaica resumed at 310 for @ N. Bonitto |.) wo N Wight 7 fragrance men love
Carib Bears dividual Jap, when in the second selected on Sunday the 19th of wickets with Binns and Miller at Binns b Persaud * 82 ;
oe she finished the course in October. the wickets and a big Saturday Scoriett | b.w Gaskin 28
23.08. 2 “rowd si them take Miller c Binns b Persaud 86
. Seven new players have bee: afternoon crowd saw " ; ri >
Win Series Ivan Perkins “Edril” was second chosen ainong the sixteen who the score to 447 before Binns was 5. onarides » Persaud 4
‘ in the series with 32% points will be making the trip for the bowled by Persaud, slow googly Valentine 1b w. Gaskir 18
while be ta + Was secured by annual intercolonial series, The bowler. who was brought on in Fextras: byes 8 | byes 6, wides 1,
THE touring Trinidad Basket- Trinidad’s 47 “Tempest” with new players are T. Samuel, ©. the time of need. pcaleg hs =
ball team Carib Bears beat an ®% total of 30 points, Davis, J. Humphrey, (for the Persaud went 6n to take 2 other Total 42
Island team a second time to win To-day at 10.30 a.m. the fina! men’s team); D. Mendes, M. wickets in quick succession and om
the series wheh they scofda 4 face will be opened to all class; Stollmeyer, N. Delmas and R, Was matniy responsible for the Wicket pti —O1, 86, 296, 242, 282,
34—11 victory last night over the of Tornadoes. At the conclusion King (for the women’s team) tail end collapse er ea ais NALYSIS
(sland five at the ¥.M.P.C. part of the Trinidad’s team wil! Johnny Gatcliffe and Ann Faced wiih a_ deficit 256, ’ i 1% M R. W
j Lam sgt s — rat the >¢ Feturning home. Bradley will captain the respec- Brilish Griana’s openin: pair, Gaskin Pe ee me
ourth of five matches the visitors cs tive teams which will try to re- Faitaudeau and Wight, ! ved up Pedney ul 5 im 8
were to play and they have won ‘na eae, afternoon gain the trophies from iretos t« the oecension and pleased the _ - 2 e = : °
So This win, like all ee Trinidad 18 eure 2 points and this year. The teams are expected crowd with attractive cricket and Christiani ’ :(r§ Boye Misnaay hast was “D" day
others, was very conyincing. or a . to leave Trinidad on sce the ease with which thay played Gibt 4 i 40 0 ina ae aay a ‘prised Joe
Trinidad. Doc Clarke scored 9, monn on ath started Teddy ‘October 22, and oe ae the international Valentine, ee 2 é - z ~Whise ede nie ee mand eran
and Norman Pierre 10. ) got the jump open the following day with the They were undefeated with 93 British Guana’s Sscond Lonings ° .

After. the rain had delayed play *"¢ held that position throughout frst tests. The second test is When play stopped 25 minut Wight not out 49 | What! what! caused all this surprise



some half an Hour, a further de- ‘he race. Passing the starting scheduled for : 2 ; fore ‘full. tin a vil] de ‘ 42 | Pray! Can a comrade tell? |
, > 3 r the succeeding Fri- before tu ime They will 9 [It was 1 Oke one de
lay occurred when it was discov- oom after Teddy and very close to day and the third on the Sg sume on Monday with a def ides 1 2 Y wee enn Paty + A sae saered
ered that all three whistles were 717 Was TK 85 (B)sand TK 45 gay following. On the Sunday Cf 163 still to be wiped off Tota 98 :
ot available. At 8.45, the game ‘T)- & the * egy rian 28 [ame marching, boys on Monday
not ava e. , the game the only club match of the tour The scores:— Lacked 1
which was scheduled to start at On the run to the Bay Street@ will pe played ; BOWLING ANALYSIS ia eae aE EET SOA. CRSA gen
8 p.m., began. mark, some skilful sailing by the} The ‘Trinidad te: eth SCOREBOARD bi oe Oo OM BONN Po aust staged a requiem ma
On the heavy track layers three yachtsmen who got the jum \y o ; eams are 4S British Guiana’s First Innings 2) $ iP ® 4 : 3 ° .
n av} ck, play 8 Jump" follows: MEN’S J. Gatcliffe Jamaica First Innings Liller Much of tt
started off running gingerly. The &t the start helped them to roundge(Captain): H. Sraith. J. Taneign, Rae icb.w. Bishop 103 Valentine 14 420 oP Much of the men were missing
that mark in the s iti aptain); H. Smith, J. Tiexeira, * eee 38 Scott 5 0 0} The few who fell in line
Island team gained an_ early nh the same position.Ac Gill, T. Samuel. L. Agard. J. %).bonitte > Bishos geese} Oe | eel ; ; ia. oo | Were Like the so-called followers
chance for a goal when they were followed by TK 36 (B), TK 47 (T) ps So eae gard, J. Thorbourn ¢ Mairaudeau b N, Wight 1 Sea Of the “Father Divine

awarded a free throw, but Quin- TK 37 (T), TK 38 (B) and TK 48;

tyne was unable to get the ball (T). tee WOMEN’S: Ann si Bradle : Wendt Coan Fein. fad. them?
in the nets. By this time Teddy Hoad in (Capt.), P. Knaggs, R. Sellier | Ss. SCOREBO R Race wea io Shine. Baveerine




















































As the game got going, for the TK 40 was away ahead of all the Woodburn, R. K. King. S, Knaags. And throw things out of gear?
first time the touring team were Others and the positions ehange? D. Mendes, M. Stollmever ana N R Fal kets: 1 for 14, 2 for 41, 31 Where? Where
being hard put to hold their own. completely when rounding the Delmas. $ Cart 8, aneere r 52 "7 0, 5 for 140,°6 for 143, 4 That milk ihe Union elt mee
At one time for about a spell of western mark. They rounded in Meanwhile in Barbados the COLLSGE—ist in : 16! 143, 8 for 187, 9 for 162 Cheating representation
half a minute the Island team did the following order: TK 40 (B), local players continue to put in Te NOREA RS it saningn SO WRANG Arta te eee ie arene
not allow the Carib Bears to touch TK 37 (T), TK 47 (T), TK 38(B), some hard practices in prepara- W. ‘Knowles G Willers bisiemiene 9 Barke oo ae. & baat gran eck OAL. “bathe sealant”
the ball, though they still could TK 45 (T), TK 48 (T) TK 35 (B) tion for the tour G. Proverbs ¢ Hewitt b Foster 38. W. Grant 7 8 1 Can one the comrades tell?
not take shots with any freedom, @nd TK 36 (B), The men will be competing for 2. Mayers run out 105 King 0% 6 86 4 | Has he too told the Unto
About four minutes after start — The race: started in a light North the “Elite” Cup and the ledies KR. Marshall ¢ Alleyne b Mr. Headley 46 A. Hold a8 a ae You boys can go te he
i Bar- We d eozo and tt course wi as S 1). Atkinson ec Griffith b Fos 41 © Field ve 6 .
of play, Clifford Gittens put Bar i ee and will be competing for the k. Lawless c Hewitt b Simmor 4 §. Rudder \ “4 Xe Leader! Yes De Leader
bados two up with a nicely judg- was again north about. “Crushy” Cup. It’ is expected that D: Lawless b Foster... 9 J Bynoe oe ie Of course has done his best
ed backboard shot. The bouncing the ladies’ matches will com- 2 Evelyn net out ) le fought his battles bravely
of a Carib Bear by Gittens, allow- Hoad Leads Again me at 8.3 : cOM~- +. Pierce (did not bat 0 Empire Ist Innings He fought and saved a mess!
ed Trinidad to gain their first nce at 8.30 p.m. and the men’s \.. St. Hill (did not bat) 0 W Grant stpd. (wkpr. Taylor
a oO gal : On the leg to the Beagle after matches at 9.00 pan. eacn night Extras 18 » E. Hoad 18 hose Whe can think must thank him
points some two minutes later. clearing the western mark, Hoad except the Sunday game which Total (for @ wkts, decd) ae: C. ate 2 yey Be eee 26 | For directing affairs
Trinidad took the lead shortly was still always sailing by him- w’'ll be played in the morning. — sons Geeaiia 6 Sreenidge/ D'S. Hon? ie en eer 5
after when College’s Hugh East- self. He showed the others that A Water Polo practice ion tn Fall of wickets 1/10; 2/34; 3/106; + an mm oe hs 2 Was growing wheat with tares
mond made but a half-hearted the lead which was taken from preparation for the visit of the */!7: 5/241; 6/246; 7/268; 8/289. Robinso Greenidie May God bless the brave Leader
effort to reach the ball following him yesterday afternoon was still Trinidad Water Polo t : BOWLING ANALYSIS b E, Hoad a The man who did his best
a perfect pass from Algy Sym-~ there for him. The rounding of played ee ee ee o, Se under © Poser 0.5. cee 8 But boys for his successor
monds and “Doc” Clarke dashed the Beagle completed the end of played at the Aquatic Club this Mi. Headley 20 9 & 2 _ Fields ¢ (wkp Taylor) b : May our God save the rest.
through and snatched the ball. the first lap. They rounded in “Ormng at 9.80 a.m. The teams f° Grimith 3 0 m6 Holder ¢ Foster bE. Hoad 15 Pou says the sun is setting . :
The end of the first quarter found this order: TK 40 (B), TK 37 (T) are as follows :— G. Foster 9 » 58 & H King run out 6 And it is sinking fast ENO’S “ Fruit Salt" is soothing and settling ¢
Carib Bears leading 10—5. TR “ (T), TK 38 (B), TK 45 (T). a aoe Pr 6. MoClean, E. Hope 5 o BoB. Barker not out 13 [When the dirk shadows deeper the stomach upset by unsuitable food or drink.
s (B), TK 48 (T), and TK 36 py? Terr a = ' — . ° I iN) satel lieve over- t ‘
Pace Quickened (B : ; ““ K, Ince and D. Bannister. COLLEGE—2na_ Innings ‘Yotal 158 [Time! Time is the prime factor t will safely relieve over-acidity, a most
The pace of the game got faster re the second lap to the Bay , (2) 4. Weatherhead, N. & Hope c R, Lawless b R. Marshal! 8 , Ve cn ameee ars, frequent cause of indigestion, beartburn, and flatulence, Pleasant,
during the second quarter with Street mark the rounding was Browne, T: Yearwood, Gerard R. {y Wewitt ‘not oan Ma ok Yor “ton, 8 fon Tih, s tor hie, dinate toe ie deieg | eefreshing ENO’S is the gentle corrective most of us need to kee}
Carib Bears getting more aggres- almost the same as the nd of the Jordan, F. Portillo, H. Portillo, G. Foster not out ‘ 2 7 for 127, 8 for 133, 9 for 147 C Y the system regular, And it is a safeguard against morning liveris!
sive. One thing though, the Bears Jast lap, except that TK 45 (T) 29d M. Weatherhead. Extras 4 \ We all went up to Queen's Park aren 5S . $a safegue 3 g liveris!
were meeting good opposition es- y;ounded last - BOWLING ANALYSIS _We could have gone to bed | ness. ENO’S contains no sugar or harsh purgatives. It is particularly
ially f th binati f . ree Total ‘for 2 wkts.) .. 46 Oo M RnR. W Comparing this year's spree-time 4 ps : Sa
ecially from the combination o ‘ . Birkett e. 8 - Things were cold and half-dead | suitable for anyone with a delicate stomach. Keep your ENO’S handy
ittens, Edghill, Symmonds, God- __On the run to the western mark Ne thall A ein ot wicktids 176: 946. Gresnidin 6.813 & - a a 7 }
dard and Luras. oo a TK 40 (B) rounded first, and there e t BOWLING ANALYSIS ore 2 ; G. Hoad eS aS Twas ede, atter mid-night g
of this quarter, this combination was a hard*tussle between TK 47 : : D N 2 WwW nr.) 7 ’ _ We then had a full spree .
was broken as the players got tired (T) and TK 37 (T) but eventual! St. Barnabas = Atkinson 5 3 % 3 W. Greening oe Wand the gitle ‘in ‘full glee. ~ : ‘
and it was noticeable that the only TK 47 after some brilliant tacking D. Atkinson 3 2 7 8 o. M R w : | ae
one with the stamina to continue and keen sailing rounded second, ,, Women members of the Mal- i. Lawless 2 were *.8 Pickwick Ynd Innings , | Twas then the little monkey,
was Gittens. Substitutes were the others followed in this order: V°'® Club will play men members ™ N. Pierce oe ee wae mot out & Fig ees tia aia Robert er’ ° .
brought on and at one time the TK 37 (T) which did a lot of tack- ‘ @ netball match at St. Barnabas cartroN—ist Innings ........ 189 "Extras 2} Danced ‘ull they nearly dead q ru it a t
five on the field for the Island ing to the keward to mak rd next Wednesday. The Club is a sPARTAN—Ist Innings (for 9 wkts.) 260 . . : f
& t e thi : ;
were Gittens and the four College place, TK 48 (T), TK 35 (B) made Comparatively new club and net- “sid SPARTAN—ist Innings iz Total (for n..o wicket 17 The printers had the people ic : fh 7 2
players. It was now that the it after some hard trying with ball is one of its chief games. On \. Walcott c¢ R. Hutchinson b Cox 57 BOWLING ANALYSIS And all their friends and club mates | ath +
superb fitness of the Carib Bears TK 38 (B), TK 36 (B). Wednesday night, sometime after ©. Smith run out 15 Oo. M RW Just bothed in J. & R | per Ts SPECIALLY
was seen to advantage, as their Rounding the beagle to end the the netball match, the Club will © 1 Waleott b G. Edgehill p13 SB By Maeaes ee ee
best—“Doc” Clarke, “Fox Pierre, second lap. TK 40 (B) rounded it stage a dance N. Harrison ¢ F. B. Edvhill b Cox 26 H, Barker a ‘ ed by RECOMMENDED
co ety ; J stage . L._F. Harris ¢ McKenzie b C. B, HM. King \ 4 sponsor
and te Eure ‘were During leaving the greets ying at the ——______—___— ica ‘ Williams 48 A. Holder 1 ‘ \ for IRREGULAR ACTION
enou play through. western mark. When the ame N. Harrt & b C. B. Williams 9
this period the Bears increased to the Beagle TK 47 (T) ub eae the mark—TK 38 (B), TK 48 (T), 5 Griffith stpd (wkpr.) Marshall POLICE vs LODGE J&R BAKERIES SICK HEADACHE,
their lead and half time found cond, TK 37 (T), TK 48 (T), TK and TK 45 (T), “ b Ger sab W Gb et 2 retie i 1 for © declared f BILIOUSNESS,
the score 24—9, 35 (B), TK 38 (B), TK 36 (B), TK , After the wind left those, the jy «Rowen not out 12 Lodge Ist innings makers 0 INDIGESTION, ete.
At the beginning of the third 45 (T) followed in that order. beagle was rounded by Teddy F, Phillips not out 29 C. Grant ib w. Taylor 5
quarter, the island five were Sym- = After rounding the Bay Street Moad in TK 40 (B) and TK 47 (T) Extras 10 1. Murray b Taylor. a0 ENRICHED BREAD .
monds, Quintyne, Lucas, Edghill mark in the last lap to the West- Skippered by Roddy Bynoe who ,,,7! (for WK ios og Ant: ik Guided ¢ wiackmen b hebelo.. 8 Sold in bottles for
and Gittens while Trinidad had ern mark they rounded in this ‘lowed him closely. _ 4/120; 5/189; 6/200; 7/203; 8/216; 9/88, Mr. Wilkes b Taylor 6 and the blenders of | lasting freshness.
the indefatigable £ Doc ae position TK 40 (B) TK 37 (T) wee final mark was rounded in BOWLING ANALYSIS 1. St. Till © Blenman b Payior a9 |
y thi ; is , 4 M Walker run out 4
Martin, Bethelmy, Lashley and TK'35 (BR) which got out of the (T) oe ee i |» oe P ta $7. Bagnilt ° | ‘BR ‘YD: Jonnton pe sobeb 0 J&R RUM | “ pRUrt SAL $2/14/3
Pierre. . : stillness that tne following yachts , 7 (T), 5 (B), TK x p. Warren 10 ; Hb -N. Wilkie b Bobers 6
The beige oor th Sve got into shortly after rounding TK te (ar 48 (T), TK 45 (T), H. Cox 20 83 5K. Riley not out 1 e ,
fairly good, bu e other players : : C. B. Williams 26 1 13 2 R. Mayers b Sober i SS = =. sEeaR Ee,
were affording Brickie Lucas too YACHT 5 TIMES F B. Edghill 3 6 15 0 Extras 1 Te Gédaard b Tayler 6 ile “ i
‘few passes, and in this was lost ish Bowne 08 APS Re Aaeieee Fikes PIR: Toe) | FORT ek oye ee Wehei a IL st. il «Sobers b avior, WE HAVE IN STOCK...
i ; < , : oe , R alker |.b.w. Taylor - "
possible goals 7 oe iy . ae ae mae 4.16 4 8 ae My Ramee bw, 2 Barker : cy LN. Wilkie ¢ & b Taylor 4 TERRAZZO Marble Chips
. : : T.K. 36 3.3258 345 3 37.2 2 E. Edw , c { ‘all of wickets for 31; 2 for #4 . "
i Slack playing by —_ “ ~ T.K. 38 Taide 5 3 26 = oe * i 35 2 ; i 7 , iti. Rudder bai Kir “7 1 " &: i for rn ¢ for 60; 6 for 10; a4? en p Sobers . ETERNITE Marble Finished Sheets
island players allowed ariD + K 40 Vamoose B. 29.45 30.38 38.33 32.58 2/3 1 8% 88) K. Greenidge c Rudder b Barke 50 for 79; 8 for 79; 9 for 79; 10 for Bt Brera aieaea eke q TRINIDAD Cedar Boards
Bears to increase their lead fur- TK 37 Tempest T 31 2 31 » 38.27 3.88 8 6 20 M. Foster b King " BOWLING ARASH EMS a "thas 1 ALUMINIUM Corrugated Sheets
ther. Suck. an.inevence. ## ee t K 47 t at * 30.00 38 a 43 41 2 a 2 t » . v Gheenidae "(witpr. “Detels ~ W. Marines 3 9 " a | ALUMINIUM Guttering ~~ 18”, 24”, 30," 36
Alleyne’s stretching out his _— TK, 48 Kipper T. 32.4% 39.02 41.08 25 16 6 3 6 Barker 2 C. Bradshaw 6 eee Soe Tota} | GALVANISED Corrugated sheets
in a casual manner at the ba Trinidad. Total Point a! F. Greevidge not out 4 G. Sobers 124 * 5 Fall of Weekes: 1 for 6; 2 for 1 8 BARBED WIRE
when a Carib Bear was rushing Barbados ei Dd r ad ¢ Barker b MH. King ‘ *. Taylor i 6 7 4 bine B8: 4 for $3; % for 40; @ for 65; 9
at it was common, This quarter Witd ight North Went Tater ~s i ‘oe in a ie 2 7 Sr mdi nad Innings 3 for 58; 8 for 68; 9 for 81 ee ae,
was slower than the previous and Course North about Extras 8 J. Farmer b Sobers a a
ended 28—9, the Island team not Start 3.00 pm *. ‘Seureay ¢ minchuan th haves ‘4 BOWLING are RW ree 7 HERBERT LTD Incorporated
sor ¢ single i ine Total (for ® wickets declared)... 24 M Wilkes b Bradshaw 3 2 . . 5
petiod. a single point during the withers athe ete GO: ‘crant ¢ Purmer B Sobéie ¢ [W. Permee oF amd ROEBUCK ST, and MAGAZINE LAN»
. A LLL LLL ALLL bs . an 4
The first part of the last quar- G Sober :

ter the Bears played 4 fast game
to inefease their Iead to 34—-1]
and then gave an exhibition of
ball freezing.

The teams were: Trinidad:—
C. Stephenson, C. Clarke, J.
Burrell, D. Martin, N. Pierce, C.
Bethelmy, L. Lashley and A.
Hislop.

Barbados: A. Symmonds
(H.C.O.B.), Capt,, “Brickie” Lu-
cas (Carlton), L. Alleyne, R.
Gisbon, H. Eastmond, G. Emptage,
(College), Gittens, Quintyne, |
Forde (Pirates), Goddard and
Edghill (Y.M.P.C.).








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Toscanini, is your countess. She
is the woman who cares for the

great conductor She
ind his shadow

is his daughter



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Suppose, madam, you
had a genius on your

hands—

DRUSILLA BEYFUS
reporting

TT clover in your life, Arturo

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1952

A. HOUSEWIFE’S VIEW:





Wanted A Market Place

By “PENSANT”’

Sweet Potatoes are on the mar-
ket again, at least the donkey-
cart loads go lumbering down
the road several times a week.

But, do we get them?
Dear me no! Who does?
Ah, that is one of the un-
Solved mysteries in Barbados at
the present time. Rumour has it
that they are sold—and you must
buy ‘slips’ too—in town, but only
a sleuth following the carts to
their mysterious destination, and
actually seeing what becomes of
them could say,

The situation reminds us of
the popular song of some years
back, which went something like

No doubt a psychologist would
explain this extraordinary be-
haviour as a deep seated “in-
feriority complex” established in
the days of plenty wherethe boot
was on the other foot, and ven-
dors had to exert themselves to
be both polite ~nd obliging in
order to sell their goods at all.
And maybe the psychologist
would be right. But such ex-
planations are of little help to
the general public, and no ex-
planation can hide the fact that
it is a low type of humanity wha
reacts in such a way to human-
ity’s need. As a rule the need
and distress of a fellow creature

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“Yes we have no Bananas all that is best in others, and it
We have no Bananas today” would be reasonable to expect
Put in reverse, we might sing. that in this very real food short-

| Countess Castelbarco ts in London now

pote with Papa She keeps him going—the

WHOLE MILK | &5-year°old genius. for whose concert at the
} Festival Hall





: The countess is a quick, lively person in “No we have Sweet-potatoes age in Barbados to-day — a
FIRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER ties. with a humorous view of folie it tebher in No we have Sweet-potatoes situation worse than any e€x-
Conr. 19% Borden Ca Internat’l Capr. Reserved um keep a genius in the house today” perienced in this island in the

abe Sedge ae She always keeps close to Papa She tukes

The potatoes are there all darkest days of the war — that
right, but No we don’t get them, the hucksters of all food stuffs
for although at the sound of the would co-operate whole heart-
carts, fat cooks, domestics and edly and sympathetically with
mistresses rush nimbly out, the housewives, who after all
clutching shillings and baskets a'ways have been and still
in their eager hands, it’s all to no their means of support,
avail. What sort of specimens are

“Potatoes, potatoes” they hope- these people who aware of the
fully cry, and what happens? dire need of others, can use it
Sometimes there is no reply; as a soap-box from which to
sometimes a pack of rudeness is wield their own imaginary
hurled at the would be pur- authority in such a way as to
chaser’s head, whose only crime make a bad situation worse?
is a desire to buy what the ven-



itm to every rehearsal. stays to listen. and brings
back to a life of eiderdown ease

Tt don't think he even knows about the

saange in the value of money.” she told me yester-

| fay “He hardly ever reads the newspapers.” ,

are

His food—a problem
| OL LPL eee,
Phe countess sees that he eats. The genius
always take good red wine first-rate brandy

ind lots of minestrone soup “ He isn’t interested

| n oa she told me But he likes sour and
a



* You know, he often tells me with pride that dor has t a Alas, we i
| s o sell. Sometimes a as, We are forced to admit
| te still eats the same food that he did when he sarcastic “You want poitoes, that such are the vendors of
asa poor man He doesn’! notice e much outside how juh goan get em?” is the Barbados to-day, and were the
| ry ep tb deh iis "to boat fa] arsed The Countess Castelbarco answer as the potato cart goes Situation less serious, the antics
ys | Dey ond music, but ne does mina
|

food often, and I a BUsIG, Ou on its way without a stop. Of of — people would be laugh-
ave a lot of fruit and orange’} #0ut nis clothes. an pa Betore 1 lett, the Countess design. Price, 4) guineas, or. in course the ‘weet-potato vendor able, But it is not amusing to be
uce in his room and hope he He likes to cut a dash,” saa showed me ner genius There a slightly different shape 55s 9d is breaking the law, for the law refused the food needed for a

li take some when I'm not | “Me countess. “I buy him uw he is.” she said opening the 5 : A : hungry family,
voKING.* | perfectly ordinary nat. and ne door of nis room And thefe he says that if you have anything é or to have in-









always twists it into that smart Wwas-—an slderly. smite with a for sale you cannot refuse to sell on ype and pe tty tyrrany hurled
His > shape you see in the news gay moustache Piste Cn them Sige) needs, to. buys 5 oe eas. Or a
nae Pest. ss | pictures

“ And there were the peaches
I buy = a aia Ry Speci a the flowers. and the orange

. i ccasions—just like the one he juice He was in the
The cuountess must also get stead Shas ; . 7

him to rest. “He goes to bed'at xed to wear when he was countess’s clover

Barbados (in these days) break- tO buy a pint of peas or
ing the law is a trivial matier, Potato.

so common as to pass almost un- Of course had we a well built
noticed, or perhaps to be re- market what a different



a







wes tt story
12, but never to sleep until ive fOUNB‘ and he wears tt all rhe pt marked on in the same casual it would be! For there, under

reign. bist bn aoa Mie aati “When ne was photogrupnea Th ¢ latest way one might say of an ill- Proper Police supervision, law

n New York Ghare’ ' ‘tives in it he compared the picture ne en behaved child “oh yes, he al- and order would be kept, and

eGtnt esann vith «my. brother Selene he. t one taken a long time avo ways refuses to clean his teeth”! the common politeness due from
i.kes to spend the evening look. ‘9, 8 old cloak and he syirt in lamps Now what is the meaning of Vendor to buyer enforced, But

ve THREE STAK x * ng art the wrestling on tele- Not much difference is this behaviour on the part of the there is another example of

rene fe ht a on waeret loves. ties. wha. cruvat sweet potato sellers? Are shillings how Barbados lags behind every

rs : 1 partioularly the Ghes aioet ‘r black in town, of more value than Other civilised place, Even the

room until vet tae, : Some by his lady friends, “He 1 lump is those ‘which would be received Smallest W.I. island boasts its

ime?s istens 3) on ne e

radio a huge collection.” said tive I

I countess

Nave to see he gets a ? = .
His trinkets... Bon prc

A Nexible desk lamp with
a little black metal cup for

along the road, or the needs of marketing centre, where the
way ol a shade. sprayed white inside

the town people greater than housewife can do her marketing
others? And this strange kink of in comfort.



juar’er of an nour's rest after a





bh ts | But nere ne walks about his





An“ert He likes a glass of wer eer tubing Prat tomplen five forcing meee who IS lucky pa market places are nov
amo sand @ chal ito alt oe ae italy taiine i neas. enough to get potatoes to buy the Only a great convenience to tha
1 I sorinkle him with his The countess must pack hi 4 § ee aave Oia ck “Slips” or the green leaves of people of the islands but a
ecia) eau-de-cologne. It always off with everything just righ & smades and the potato as well. It’s not to say centre of attraction to tourists,
143 2. be mat particular kind Before the concert t re 2 oiack = Stands there is ever any difficulty in Where they can see the fruit and
we else oa eee neo op wilt Gay a little 3a°.1 ~ , sometimes selling the slips, for they are vegetable of the place en masse.
: ,_He is never tired ufter a folder of family photographs in plain, some always in great demand by those But in Barbados instead of an
* 1scessful performance And we his breast pocket—for luck. And igg wodacd, in gold. ¢ ttracti
t Ne, : * tnow all right if it wasn't.” said whatever happens she muit in slreaguinea shapes to: people who keep ee S5e tabs: & a's ane well ordered
' add ¥) e 1e countess with some feeling make sure that ALL his trinke:s modern rooms. in od) snapes bits. But naturally the sale of market, what do the tourists see?
' i j "e ead 1 can tell immediately ‘if @fe on his watch chain lur antique rooms, and in Slips is a side-line and is not They see an array of disorderly
; ees ise Biss asad Gs ig ws ung} ure going wrong. His She will clip his hair, and mis ordinary scapes ior ordinary

necessarily attached to the insanitary sellers sprawled with
potato selling. Why then is the their basket of goods all over
unfortunate housewife, who pro- the town. Every alley-way, side-
bably ie goat or seen werk doorway cluttered with
eads ro t - t f I chopped it right off ?* And st nf on. feed, fore to buy slips when them, while peelings husks,
( tah ew’ ie “atenteee is Papa's face fell lower than T° nae Ihe shude is in a eens Fe eR chine and. warns
raking out But our old ad ever seen it. { thick stift black paper. edged order to get the hing he she buys evidence,

e 18 so black and cross and moustuche. “One day before a rooms, they seil at from £2 to
{ know he won't speak to any- Dig performance at the Scala 1 yy guineas.
ifierwards Started to cut his moustache and lnese are three ul the pretti-

‘Tha why 1 never ask ‘Said: ‘What would you do now est, anu least expensive, I found



are in



ends—the oniv ones he
ut—are very good, They t t



+ See Teetiee eee becprying with gold and paper white the slips for whit} she has no Well perhaps by the time our
Sometimes he won't spea °o use, thus depriving ‘someone who great-grandchildren are spending



inside, The light shines in twin





4 ation.‘ ; _ ; : pools, up and down. Price, needs them badly. It just week-ends on the Moon Barba-
he's got that look on his face.” SaYs" ihe cauntess © MON” 6s, Sa... The stand is an elegant doesn't make sense. dos may get a market, You
: "He's “intolerant “ol-" ‘daa “Sqalo plac candisstick. “+Price, ' —L.E.S. never can fell.
His clothes... musicians. The other day I 9d. G oSelelcremamnilraiy saul baaec
paietaAiatinibiatanartiataitagale, asked him, ‘Why didn’t you ane shade 1s made in glossy
teach me music, Papa?’ and black basketing shaped
! unless must see to his he said, ‘There are so many into) @ mandarin nat The he | Momen e nens
e! "he genius may not awlul amateurs | couldn't bear matcning base has single Sirands
anvthing much, * ave one at home ** of basketine curved into a row)
UTH [ INK S 1S LONDC DO Zeman Her Mouth
R EES L NN, NV By VENETIA MURRAY sees herself being fought over
i ivi . 8 t that
A young American journalist Never. mind, I got in the one spends his week-ends tending hishoused in the lower floors of THE moment she opens her rag _— vee oe gn re
wko has made a big name for Methuselah chose. I said the mother’s garden. palaces, and concluded that the mouth she gives herself away... least — a romantic
herself writing a column — in name of my hotel and the driver Gloria — the little fool — has pedestrians must be the ruined Js she says: “Have you seen . Pi
English! — in a Swedish news- shot away in a courageous c

Q. And A,

If she says: “But I’ve always
wanted to know about forestry”
when you say you're a farmer;
and “Oh, you must be so brave”
when you say your one ambition
is to climb Mount Everest.

Rashomon?” and, when you say
you haven’t heard of it, adds:
“It’s Japanese—and X certificate
—and quite fascinating...”
THEN you know that she’s the
type that swears by sub-titles

been playing the field for years, nobility.
a date ie canker Waoee eae attempt to crash through the and has never had a‘nicer beau, When I disembarked (on the

first itten SOUNd barrier. ; and still is throwing him over, advice of the other passengers)
rst impressions, were ay I: I found my hotel in a disman- Why? and joined the ranks of the name-
within three hours of arrivali— 11.4 state, It is being redecorated | don’t know, because just less, I felt like a Giles cartoon
Do you remember your first ete ro teeets a bellboy ao the ~~ went over my character. ei
ay in England? Well, I remem- explained, to make e appear- head and I couldn’t hear a thing. I approached a dapper, bowler- a j
yon Rand. eThat's partly because [ ance as fancy as the prices, Afterwards the girl told me I hatted gentleman and _ inquired sl east Gar tank ot eevee THEN you know that she’s
have such a good memory, partly | It was not spiritually England owed 10s. 6d., and as I fumbled after the whereabouts of Fleet- Maat Toten ac Geet wih « studied “How To Make Friends
because it was such an impres- because there was a sign saying: in my purse she came down to street. I was silently wondering and Influence People”; that she



« ; + ‘ oet and nothing to eat by can- ; 2 lad
, i me artly becnuse “American Bar’ though they 9s, 6d.! Was that England? why he carried an umbrella on ? >... 4s fully aware that a man is al-
= NV fe Gan semerdie. i = claim that describes its -tyle When I emerged from the such a sunny day, and discov- nercnane 7 wey bg a abl ways flattered at being asked
: gor Brush your teeth with Ipana and you clean Naturally, the first thing I did Tather than its clientele. beauty parlour my “casual look” ered he uses it to point with. y gus emecwual about himself. In short that she

? a Rathi rg a cre fr¥is » Snob. is de ine ° ;
them extra-white. And, because of the unique formula oo) Soe we The Girls Ga noting so. aaah es 2 bod th said) "You can't miss it.” If she says: “I've got a feel- © if de sme Wee dowtt es
underlying Ipana’s “refreshingly different’? mint flavour, . ' I settled, and then went out to of overcooked spaghetti, I am : , : ing that you're going to be the do you know Johnny?” and
you fight decay by reducing acid-forming bacteria. Massage I looked for it in. the porter seck a hairdresser, I wandered up told that you know the feeling, “On the left?” I asked. ‘ ee -big bgp oo pew ra when you say No, adds, “Well,
Ipana into your gums and you help keep them firm and who fetched my bag, but he was a windy stairway into an estab- Well, IT know it now. “On both sides of the street," and when bai ask her a an, ym I must introduce you — he’d be
healthy. In this way, Ipana acts as a safeguard against so old I thought I would have to lishment where four girls in I soon forgot that us I queued he answered firmly. J first she tells you — and a . a terrific help to you in the

7 s 9 at carry him the last few yards to smocks were fuming over what a for the bus. There was nobody And, sure enough, it was the “I still walk up and down the Foreign Office,’ and — later —
tooth-losses, moe than half of which are cause 7 ie the taxi. He was deaf, too. fool Gloria was to leave Tom, else waiting, but I queued all the same street, travelling incognito river by myself, thinking about when you remind her about it
troubles. For whiter teeth, healthier gums, follow the Ipana way! “Are you England?” I shouted Just as I was becoming inter- same, because I have heard iv is further down, him,” and when you commiser- she says, “Darling, I forgot...”





at him in my exuberance. ested, one of them noticed me a must in this country, As I entered The Brave New ate, .she says, “Well, he was THEN you know that she

THE T00 TH PASTE “Yes, this is England,” he and asked me what I wanted. : World of the Daily Express beastly anyway — even if he was calls everyone by their Christian

—_—_— ies replied. As she plastered my _ recal- The Walkers building I pondered: the porter, divinely good looking. ... names; that whatever she says

} The line of taxis at the kerb citrant American locks with As we careered through the Gloria and Tom, the bus ride, THEN you know that her first at a party she won't remember
REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT. unhinged me. They were black British determination, I eaves- streets past dirty white pillared the buildings — was all this child is going to be called next morning; that her jokes

boxes on wheels, and someone dropped on the next episode, buildings, one more overbearing ENGLAND? Natasha and her second Sebas- are not her
had filched the left front door off Tom, it seems has a good job than the next, I had the impres- Probably not. Well, tomorrow’s tian; that “These Foolish Things
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Bright, Bold ColoursAre The Fashion

By DOROTHY BARKLEY
LONDON.

Someone in the fashion world
remarked recently that the three
fashionable colours just now are
“black, black, and black.” And so
much black has been seen around
town that a casual observer might
have thought that yellows and
hectic reds had been ostracised by
those in the fashion swim

Fortunately, however, a new
influence, bent on bringing more
and more colour into our ward-
robes, stirred this week. And at
Fredericke Starke’s mid-season
collection, colours came out of
their mourning. Little black was
shown and indeterminate neutral
shades were nowhere Instead
came bright, bold, dramatic col-
ours, going under such names as
dragon-fly, Gainsborough blue,
garnot, ashgold, and heliotrope.

Typifying this desire for col-
our, was the close-fitting ginner
dress in street velvet which in-
troduced the new shade, “Gains-
borough blue.’

Evening dresses were the most
important feature in the collec-
tion, and they varied from dinner
gowns, and full-length ball dress-
es to the short ballet-length dress.
They reflected a definite trend to-
wards a backward movement in
the skirt shown by a group of}
pleats at the back, by gathers fall- |
— _ |

A POPULAR COAT |
WITH U.S. CRITICS |

|
This three-quarter coat with
chevron pockets wins an award
. from American fashion critics,
The material is Italian brushed |
wool in winter beige. This is the |
10th year that the critics have

made their awards

London Express Servies





1952

ing from a low-placed hip yoke,
or by a train effect created with
chiffon “streamers” floating back
from the waist.

Few of the dresses were strap-
less Mostly they were halter+
necked, a style which is so much
more flattering to the majority of
women than the strapless dress.

Starke, on several dresses, in-
troduced a formality into evening
wear reminiscent of Edwardian
days. Many consisted of a jacket
style of top with a fitted waistline
and basque, worn over a semi-
straight skirt. (See illustration).
Made in emerald green satin,
this particular evening dress was
topped by a new version of the
stole. Sleeved, and buttoned on
4 shoulder, it had a long fringed
end,

As always, Starke paid parti-
cular attention to elegant
“restaurant ensembles,” For these,
however, black will remain very
much a fashionable colour. Braid-

ed silk, a material frequently
used makes the suit illustrated
here. Its jacket, worn above a

slim skirt, creates the “big top”
look currently favoured by many
designers,
Other pointers from the Starke
collection:
Three-inch fringes on the
ae of jumpers and suit jack-
ets.



What’s Cooking |

In The

CHOUX A LA CREME

CHOUX PASTRY

For 100 small choux or
slightly bigger choux.

Water 42 lb.; Flour §‘oz.; But-
ter 30z.; eggs 4; Salt 1 pinch.

This pastry is one of the better
known in French cooking. It is
the pastry for choux, eclairs,
profiteroles etc.

Put the butter, the water and
the salt in a saucepan and put it
dn the fire. As soon as the water
starts to boil put the flour all at
once, Mix with a wooden spoon
and put again on the fire. You
will see that soon the flour will
form a ball. Let it cook again for
about 2 or 3 minutes always stir-
ring it and when it starts making
a noise as if it was frying take i:
off the fire and throw it out on
the «kitchen table. When it is com-
pletely cold, put it back in the
saucepan and start adding the
eggs. You have to add one at a
time and do not add the second
until the first has been completely
amalgamated by the flour. When
you have put in all the four eggs

|stir again until the pastry will

look smooth and will bubble.
CHOUX A tA CREME

For 70 choux:

Choux pastry

Custard, chocolate custard or
Chantilly.

Icing sugar or caramel sugar.

When you have cooked the
pastry as above take a pastry bag
or even an icing siringe with an
opening of % inch. The bag which

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE



PAGE SEVEN









1 |
| Man About J |
10 OlWNhn
Dlg 7 0. ee le | 7

fore’ « Bil i SAHELY ON BROAD ST. IN © the it efulness | j

— es mAOles r THE SWING and off to a fast ending! Ring 3713 (S. P, MUSSON| I dreamed of a

we . opening 5 discount on all $5 Son & Co., Lid.) for full details} z . .

, aoe d . N ME | purchases — international stock Unimet Major. | lovelier figure in
- . f Silks, Linens, Taffetas, Nylon . > ' |
and Cottons! In beautiful ur- WONDERFUL WILSON | crs ‘
roundings and attractive layout, VALUES—wonderful Wilson ma- Y/
»* shopping at this mew Broad Si. terials! EVERGLAZED WAFFLE FRhlld EN, OTMNS
} FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1952 | Store will delight you if only PIQUE, plain and _ bordered ‘e®
*« {because you invariably find wha HAMBRAY and printed SILKS} ‘ .
i Me | you want at GEO. SAHBELY & that whisper their colour har- | Maidenette
Look in the section iy your birthday comes and ,Co., (B’dos) Ltd., 27 Broad St ronies, iil crowding shelves
wind what your outlook is, actérding to the stars. | . . . agged; “60c. to $1 per yard.” New
| * | IN A WORLD OF IT’S OWN! American and Canadian Shoes, too
Anes The paty yeu set and keep will deter- THE GIFT AND FLOWER SHOT slickly footsmart and foot- |
| eer 21—April 20 mine your suce@ss and health in most part. under the efficient management of easy providing N. E. Wilson |
| Both must be considered for the good of Mrs. Fitzgerald and right at the & Co., originality and the urge to}
all, Aquatic Club entrance. A boon to buy !
= eM Residents around are Druggist’s ? . .

* TAURUS *.

} April 21—May 20

*

* GEMINI
} May 2i—-June 21

We all ne
our habits

rounding c«

own,
M

*

} * CANCER
} June 22—Jnly 23 required fo

ful people t





sympathetic.
doubts, anxicty, Don’t meddle!

Little pointed velvet caps
matching - velvet cravats on *
suits.

LIBRA Generally

«x Sept. 24—Oct. 23

Circular stoles with short
evening dresses, fringed shawls
with day dresses.

Ear broaches:

Libra’s

clipped to the

-

Happy home life makes for good citizens,
helpful lifemates, and a better, more pros-
perous YOU
portant (but often neglected) facts today

} are we going’? Don’t forget, no matter sur-

To be doi:

} .
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| - *§ MM * asking ! Remember too our MORRIS 5 TON TRUCKS ($4,998)
E o ew _ JOHNSON’S Floor Cleaner and imake great news for the planter
LBO Neither Tet others nor YOURSELF down : ee : ‘i ;
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| ime. laxmess in things that require atten- * Mayhew your man ouxilliary gearbox, hydro - vac
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* tion. Remem % THE ANSWER TO 1001 CON- cuty shocks give the Morris
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encies. Get into the swing of things where
mind is
church services.

TRULY A BREATH-CATCH- |
ING SIGHT—these soft-glowing
tions filled at Weatherhead’s. No Cultured Pearls in Necklaces and
parking problems, you can Gift matehing Earrings-—pearly per-
» x Da select at your lelsure—or if you fection by exclusive Ciro’s of
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WHY ! MRS. HOUSEWIFE, AT tection Pearl Jewellry and beauii-
$1 A DAY IT'S A GIVEAWAY ful imitation stone Rings in
that’s the per day to give Rubies, Sapphires and Emeralds.
your floor glossy perfection wit! ertainly calls for a visit to Bolton
| JOHNSON’S Wax Beautiflor Elec- Lane
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Supplies to meet every-day needs,
* with films developed and prescrip
Ponder these and other im-

nditions, a man's soul is his

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1g something all the time is not
successful living. Many help-
ike periods for quiet, solitude

cost

, albeit practical nature. Curb the-spot as-soon-as-they’re-want- and pickups
ed fixtures of all kinds, Firms in Morris owner!
Bridgetown are putting Unimet * ° .

Major to a variety of uses—Stor- FULL OF VITAMINS, MINER-
es age fixtures, portable partitioning, ALS AND PROTEINS—and dogs
shelving, scaffolding—involving as need the lot! PURINA’S DOG
it does a minimum of time and CHOW is an extremely good food
> cost making amazingly strong, that ensures sparkle and energy.

yau"ll soon be ®

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auspicious, progressive tend-

Don't

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Jewels set in the form of a spray SCORPIO A better day and period now than may bolt it,—no waste, no skilled chy, and made very especially for

of flowers. ; Oct. 24—Nov. 22 “Ppear on the surface. Much depends upon labour needed, no painting, theré’s the dog deserving of the best in

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int it wah ater he ay Nov. 23—Dec. 22 UP, Or going adversely, along omnes a ame * meet others its applicability ph, 4403. on curves, the firm young lift
into i 1 curlers, rags an * : s i i in, righter onme-sT figur
curling tongs. Now a new pro- x You ae tant tress tole. a . " OF SOV Rite Fee it gives y e! Discover
duct has come on ‘to the market “ »* i this popular Maidenform bra

here—and will shortly appear in

Conscientiousness and brevity (that oft +








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East and W toda i

West Thal ¥ Seen one, oe CAPRICORN forgotten quality) are this day’s tep bene- CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH. CERT. y, im your favorite fabrics.

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home perm for children, | * Me my * same. Distance Pp diadventase, Sell of over 100 Graduatc rete. Ta eres are made only in the United
Admittedly it has been created | AQUARIUS Some personal matters require attention? eet ete Aeenth Wectieise A tho bisceset te es, Dept DL9, States of America

specially for children’s fine hair; Jan. 22—Feb. 20 Would y' u like to catch up on worthwhile a

admittedly the creams and lotions | : . reading? Improve a hobby? Why not try y WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD enciano .

used are mild and nonirritant. | such today? There is a Vin

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Mary Jane, aged 5? Surely a aie PISCES H@lp another where you can, but don’t nr oy ane.

will not look more angelic with
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Feb. 21—-March 20 forget things you should do for yourself.
Without being selfish we must at times










Pune. 6. 5, har, oor,



are more likely to transform her {| . ntrate our own affairs, Start with .
into a miniature edition of her *« ornyer. ° +
maiden aunt.
Sophistication, most mothers YOU BORN TODAY: Careful, aspire to fine achievement,
will agree, should wait until she Kove sober and canny. Living true to better self, are always
is out of her teens. strengthening character by sound decisions and action, Since
you are broadminded, and seek to improve conditions, you ="

Kitehen * * * * * *

is called in French “poche” is the

icing siringe is used mostly in the
States and in England. You will |
require 2 of the icing tubes, a
plain” one with an opening of
about % inch and one with the; Nobody wants to subscribe to
same opening but not smooth.|/his memorial fund, and _ the
Butter the oven dish and put the) pilgrimage to his house at Ayot
pastry in the bag or the siringe. St. Lawrence has come to an end.
Make small balls like a nut and} Encouraged by this the old boy's
do not put them one near the) detractors are attacking all along
other. They must be at least 2) the line.

inches apart. Bake them in hot By speech and letters they
oven for about 10-15 minutes.| fe saying that Shaw will soon
Don’t take them off the oven at| e forgotten, that he was never

a great dramatist, but merely
once or they will flatten out but used the theatre to exploit his

BERNARD SHAW is having a
bad time here no matter what may
be happening in other spheres.



ene ea gee ha — vanity ee pene ee
. views. was e not a
When completely cold cut them scourge to us when we were

on one side and put the custard in ; : f
each. Sift some fing sugar on the | enenget kas
top or if you like put some icing on | to the existing store, but he forced
caramel and the stuffing can b®| the sluggish mind to think and
or any custard you like or! he attacked the smug facade and
cream if you prefer.





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may be misled at times through sympathy, express tolerance.
Curb gambling instincts, also appetite for anything you espe-
cially like. Birthdate of Geo. Washington Cable, author; many *
noted military leaders, statesmen.

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social ignorance of the Victorian
and Edwardian eras, He mocked
the millionaire industrialist for
his intellectual incohereney and
he blew peas at the windows of
Horseback Hall.

In short he committed the un-
forgivable sin of making people
think. But more than that he
wrote some great plays as well as
a host of inferior ones,

TWO centuries from now the
autumnal glow of “Candida” will
charm theatregoers of that time:
eager receptive minds will be
stimulated to exhilaration by the
impact of “Man and Superman”’:
the laughter of the mind will pay
tribute to the wit of “Heartbreak
House,” and there will be tears of
exaltation at the beauty of its
verbal orchestration — for above

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PAGE EIGHT SUNBAÂ¥ ADVOCATE - SUNBAY, @CTOBER 12, 1952
NN SS a



BARDADOS gi ADVOCATE — 5: nals, sors sce: | Sitting Om The Fenee foisans; omnes: |











eS ene , ;
and Americans have provided satisfactory at oe poe TV Jane: 1 gotta know what the Collins Pocket and Desk Diaries
Printed by the Advocate Ce., Lid. Broad... Wridgetown solutions for their relationship with their | country for three reasons.) An America (“Bot OR” OR. OK now opéned at
——_—_—_—__—_—_— Caribbean territories When will the |, Before she left by air she said: Hmemean comes to They're tellin me to quit. I - Y
3 5 ot , ‘ “1 don ; 8 ¥ bc ATIONER
Sunday, October 12, {3062 x British give the subject attention ? climate ‘to hittin seer oaths a ms — py Telling you to quit, ADVOCATE ST.
Mare Se —— your .pipe-smoking .Englishman, _ Horatio. Am I going to marry | - anita
BRITISH FAILURE p,,4; : sie momen bet deta | ee | ogee ir oes
. - Parliament Buildings wolf in the world, I know from oieoue uo S knew Obtain your requireme
personal experience.” @0 on—unless it becomes a hot : ¥ :

Now pipe down while I straight-
SEVENTY-EIGHT years have passed |, Although we may never know â„¢ en things out. > ,

THE British Empire differs from the ar. oe
details of her experience, it is pos But if Stalin is still alive and (Janes moves closer to Errol.)

LUMBER & SHINGLES

en aga) Roary wa er of the since the Legislature of Barbados ceased atte » make a rough guess. oe ope tangy! we one. taced Jane: Horatio. I got an idea. WALABA POSTS, CEMENT

nature of the British constitution, : vs r erhaps she met the type of ar more terrible Errol: Yeah? AINTS ILS

Long ago the Dutch and the French put a tet jatar canoes — eek cial —— ee wii ae ie get ‘ a wet — anlant —s

their Caribbean houses in order by inte- , cred, apparently dumb, looking as Dold of the serum. Politicians of $20 we n GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS

internal combustion engine was not per-

innocent as a grownup choir boy,

see no signals. ot,
grating their Caribbean colonies into their all countries will live to the age of =" Errol: Any dope knows that.



































































constitutional fabrics. ee an ty mene en tg ae that smells like bad drains. specthes nd teying te solve the oe Soon coul the All BUILDERS - a
“What used to be colonies’, wrete an + pleted nine years earlier was a miniature | Believing him to be as harmless — are old men and be disobeying rf you from
official of the Netherlands government tropical forest. On the other side of the hg ree me ken ae As he can’t be fired, the Red an noo * \ WILKINSON & HAYNES & Co. LTD.
service some years ago, “have developed ° Public Buildings a square with palmetto scantenauie’ ‘tie tale ales mauiyehe Sat sod et ie dhe sump’n there, sugar. mite s ‘.
into integral parts of the Kingdom. They trees protected the legislators from the |The east wind blows. She is cold, #b0Ut Chinese children eating in- Jane: You'd go rig accessors

no longer belong to Holland any more noises of the latter half of the nineteenth — beth om ant — ier: fected insects with chopsticks. ash yn Dea
than Holland belongs to them, They are — century. soaked to the skin but, appears to _ 10 80 years time Dr. Mossadeg ee SS nae :
parts of the Kingdom, inalienable parts. suffer_no inconvenience—except May have shed enough tears to = nie
which cannot like mere colonies be ceded Today the Governor of Barbados no

3 ex- Errol cl. her ti to his
Ghat ng emaben, eh, ne, soelbe: Feevuk'yvstasch may hoes Goes POOR). ems cea
or sold or put into any exceptional position ' longer has an office in the Public Buildings | They reach an olde worlde inn, es ne the dome of St. Paul’s re i ea
outside. the constitutional fabric - without and the affairs of the Legislature are con- mae voters” but “Cheers” ee Even worse, comedians who are Mh Rg an Ber yy: Hircyrm
the Kingdom .as a whole being violated.” | ducted against the distractions of a petrol | “Bottoms up.” Cort very funny to-day will be in- 6 whe ;
age and its consequent noise and stuffi-

Soon they are alone in the: ‘olerable in the next century; eo on call the haif-
The position of the French Caribbean | ness. The need of a new site for the Leg-

C. 8. PITCHER & CO.

Phones: 4413, 4472, 4687

, ancient columnists ma fo on
empty dining room, and down to y & Fairy Story

writing rubbish until some mad- ‘
Wey sean Eisen coup tks eine ened young editor shoots them. _ IN Vienna, fairy tales.told over

territories is akin to that of the Dutch islature has been recognised in recent | fu) or two of tepid mutton, watery} 1, Your only consolation is that tne ae a pace; Bee oe

: . . : . Bogomoletz, ar children
Caribbean territories, only the French ter- years and Queen’s Park House has on |potatees, and cabbage. | the long-life serum, died in 1946. number of lines allotted to, the
ritories are especially honoured as depart- more than one occasion been suggested as | he is smoking his pipe again. She The Nelson Touch oa been increased from *
ments of metropolitan France. especially suitable because of its location ]is already feeling sick, but he, Now that Alan Ladd, from Hol- . e e

mercilessly blows the foul fumes lywood, is the hero of a film being

In Puerto Rico a third situation exists. and because of the relatively small ‘ex- fin her face. < .made in Wales about British par- reste te aa ae nets
The Puerto Ricans, although citizens of penditure which would be necessary to] © ieniy her sass to: toon te 0! Ree es ers ne ONS hee little boy at bedtime.
the United States and possessed of the full convert it into legislative buildings. grip of steel, her waist is encircled Errol Flynn, takes the part of Nel- nn a ee she =
rights of citi sb in the United S ; by an iron band. Without taking son, with Jane Russell as Lady e Fairy nce was walk-
ghts of citizens born in the United States ‘ f the pipe from his mouth, he is Hamilton. ing through the Endhanted Forest
on entering that commonwealth, have The use of Queen’s Park House as a | whispering down her neck “I love As the master minds of Holly — a ee suddenly upon a
legislative ntre wo ny- [you.” w have taken their cue from °";, eats i
internal self-government. ee ee ne kn BOY, Of course, no harm has been that great thinker and philoso- Yes,” said the little boy.

thing else strengthen the hands of those | gone—except that she has caught pher Henry Ford, who said “Hiss _ ‘And there on a green bank, Bath Robe



Of these: thrée-systems of relationship — citizens who have been striving to restore | the fu, the. Sapee = her hand sre tory is — nobody a hesi- Yoo ee ene ae TERRY TOWELLING
between metropolitan government and the Park to the condition of beauty which |pni, on fire. . Jane Russell is onthe bridge with ome te oll the world was sleeping. Neath aeinacond
Caribbean ‘territories the British seem ‘ WS its natural condition until it was con- Bores Without End . . . Errol Flynn during the famous “whey lived happily ever after,” 54” at $6.27

a t ted into a site for fairs, exhibiti d |,, The. news that Stalin is likely “blind eye” Se tee said the little bo oe

more inclinéa,to*the American. But they verted into a site for fairs, exhibitions and |i, hive to the age of 150, after a Jane: Oh, Horatio; what are “O° iti. Woman's B Da
are not prepared to give the West Indies other festivities. series of soda baths and injections _ those cute little flags over there? e SY. 28S
aa no ‘ give : e Wes x “ of a serum discovered by Dr Een. oe on aa ee to a ner te.

e equiva! y omie advantages whic . B letz, n telescope: ‘ust a a cute Mrs, ary Harrison, ag \ ‘ aS

ae epiines - ges ; The maintenance of the grounds, gar- iz ete eels hee will, oon for at... little flags honey. “gets' up at six o'clock, makes Rainbow Striping

Puerto R th th ec + hat the g 8 Dp

uerto tieo: possesses through economic jp . 3 ’s P least. another 80 years, Jeme: Yeah; but what are patchwork quilts, constructs tiny in 46” wide
integration with the United States, Where- - dens and ornaments of Queen's Park On the other hand, it may mean — they for, Horetio? sets of doll’s-house furniture, A

: te : would then become a matter of personal |ifat Stalin is dead, and that the Errol; Theyre’ signalling sews incessantly, and writes Towelling at $2.51
as for example the United Kingdom gov-
t k sé f : tie. Unit Ki : 7 pride for members of the legislature and |smart irre Siu = my Se PPO. cin io poetry in her spare time.”

ernmen eeps ior e nite ingdom : , hought it o immortalise him 3 = what,
T th al f 8 not left as it now is to the Vestry of St. roca a series of doubles with Horatio? And there are some pale green

reasury the huge sums of revenue earn- 4\-hael which is unlikely to take preven- | identical ingrowing moustaches Errol: Aw quit wooryin’ a boys in Bloomsbury who not only TUFTED CHENILLE
ed by West Indian rum entering the Uni- ~ ti tion th ld r P ted by. | Until the year 2032. guy in the middle of a battle, con't, write ere, pet can’t make BEDSPREADS.
ted Kingdom,’ the collectors of United ive action that would not be supported by In either case, the cold war will ya? patchwork quilts he t (70 x 80)
States customs duty collect duties on the central government. e
Bui Rican . rum tas the United If the government put the preservation i; oo Man Voices Gold, Green, Blue, Oyster,
Sihhes-for the Puerto Rican Telisury. Aldo of beauty at the top of its list of priorities each $19.85

then the Vestries would be given incentive
to do likewise. As it is the Vestry of St.
Michael is to be congratulated on the high
standards of maintenance which prevail
in Queen’s Park despite the purposes for
which the Park is used today.

If there is one statement which from the West Indies during the
can be made with no fear of con- ify George Hunte fist six months of 1952 show a
tradiction in the British Carib- decline to $21,981,000 from $30,-
bean today it is that the political their case in a proper manner. 968,000 during the same period
leaders of the area cannot easily Mr. Bustamante, it seems, WaS jast year. This, he says, ‘is partly
agree on a common policy to be 2ot pleased with the result of the que to higher Canadian sugar
followed. This of course is nothing Canada-West Indies trade talks, purchases in dollar countries,
new but those who profess to see 2nd West Indian taxpayers must notably Cuba, but in no way re-
B creater progress to West Indian a ee it . flects any lessening of Comaiek
ritish Caribbean territories cannot there- : unity cannot be giving these dis- their w: pay eX- anxiety to encourage West Indian
fore be saidito resemble that of any’ other Apart from the advantages which the |; /reements the attention they de- Penses of so many representatives, sales in Canada.
ok : nibb. lationshi 3 Park would receive from the use of |serve. eaing so far and achieving so qiinether ithe West Ides | ean
m ry ean~.-relationsni “4 ess » tion of h far West andr’ afford ew e inc + OF
ae TORANEE ee P 4m — Queen’s Park House as the legislative seat, Siena staoe from speaking with ,.some time ago Mr. C. E. Canadian purchases of dollar sugar
‘ persons who make regular use of the Park Jone voice is provided by the sum- Shepherd did a service to the with equanimity is a question
would be encouraged to attend some of |ming up which Mr. Bustamante West Indies by pointing out that which the commentator does not
. : gave to a newspaper reporter at while it was claimed that the West introduce.
the meetings of the Legislature and would |the end of the recent talks which I@dies would be able to speak Canada is not anxious to go
in consequence display greater interest in |were held in London with regard with one voice if there was a fed= poking. her nose into affairs which
: to Canada-West Indian trade. eral government, it was not clear strictly concern the West Indies
the speeches of their elected representa- |" prinidad and some of the small ‘© Whom and about what they and the United Kingdom.
tives than is now shown by the small |islands, said Mr. Bustamante, were V°Uld speak. With regard to the taking off
number who attend at the Public Build-
ings.

the manufacturing concerns of Puerto
Rico enjoy the same privileges in the
American market as are enjoyed by any
manufacturing industry established on
continental American territory.

Great Britain’s relationship with her

Great Britain instead has been following
a policy which, had it received the support
of West Indian governments would have
led to the creation of-a New Dominion in
the British Caribbean after the pattern ot
the new Ceylon.

This policy would have been successful
long ago and the British Caribbean Do-
minion would already have been in exist-
ence had these territories been populated
by a homogeneous people educated to the
level of say the electorate of the United
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ut it-is the kind of talk to dians during the “appearance of of their capacity to earn’and their

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closely-knit nationalities with unswerving toms and Income Tax whose present offi- Fa tage A wast Indian from Ottawa took. issue with the The 1 Went Indias trade’ problem,”

loyalties to their countries of origin but ces are hardly suitable for performance of |Cantda - West Indies en tae claim made tn the Times of Lon~ he concludes, “is not one of ship-

education has proceeded no further duties which are most vital to the govern- sonaves only one thing. It under- jeaders Sees Ree political oe ¢ a oe AMERICAN ARMY KHAKI
throughout the area than in the creation ™ent’s existence. unity with regard to the tate her imports from the islands in problem of sterling balances.” The ”

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number of aggressive intellectuals more Cricket Or Culture? tore, very sore indeed. says this commentator, “could be one voice in the interests of mov-

anxious for power than educated for

responsibilities. IF there was a referendum to decide
From this generalisation Barbados must which was the most important to Barba-

be excluded because it never has resem- _ dos; cricket or culture: the majority would

‘ e ‘ farther from the true intentions of ing artificial restrictions on trade
> 1 ne oso gi -_ Mr. the Canadian government. In a are they likely to achieve any
paiiies coal rring of C e &P- world, he says, already balkan- success with the United Kingdom.
wealth Prime Ministers, “than be sd, BY pastelative tease ey ae Agee baad lg sony oc Sor

as con. ntly sup} ndies trade talk was due to thei:
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bled any other British Atlantic possession answer cricket, have so eer ecules ae sentneae es aes ee or eae ee Pm a

in its constitutional development except If cricket is respected locally because it elas tr te = a. Secret, Canada is less concerned, he domestic conversations between

mo ree I Colonies o! inculcates love of fairplay, of playing the |decided.” Neither Mr. Lyttelton Sena a se crgevee 3 = ane Oe: ie ane tee +8 ee es
rm A ; parti area as represen-
ermuda and the Bahamas game and above all because it teaches the es tae poeeeey ae State, than that trade barriers be re- tatives of the West Indies, This |* :

: ; team spirit there is no doubt that popular
The obvious destiny for Barbados was opinion would be right, But has anyone
the destiny which would have made it (as _ conducted a research to discover whether
happened to its neighbours Gaudeloupe » ericket is played locally for such worthy

time the West Indie: Hy
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and Martinique in their relationship with reasons? Although it must be admitted \ © the ‘past; adminwicuive: seaveel-
France) a province of the United King- that at levels ofedtivation crick Fiseal Survey money paid out to them is lost fr aiiaeemsging rimcient excuse

nee) 1 : at at present levels o ucation cricket | 1, in. raitor, th ‘Ad to the C for disregarding it now.
dom. Had? that Policy been followed the jg likely to build better citizens more | Sin’ Mug 't mere Rote aes tie Convieueate OUT OF
C ron ll Sat y R,—May I refer to the pro- different from the Government’s Looked at simply from a practi-
island would ‘have been spared the ‘a quickly than culture, ultimately culture |Pos# Ne trl eee ha — ‘Government nan Cot not ral point of view, there seem to

2 hi . c ay away lends, it o be difficulties. Whate ish-

pleasantness of the last few aa in ee ich remains the goal to which even cricketers put forward as if obvious and money it wants by enforced con- es and Satuitions of the senalocts EVERY 10
politicians seeking power have not hesi- must aspire. unquestionable benefit, needing tributions from the community of the Fund and however they
tated to use pigmentation as a weapon in ne ee . ee tt _ x y wir ee ie may ye it round with words, it

: ) se s e ni! ‘or nis on to very much affec the must lie at t
their armoury of words. It would also Once this principle is admitted the be- |be able to ignore fluctuations in community’s measure of Bh - the Lei tore teten time ray Bg PREFER A
have been spared the duplication and haviour of a group of boys outside the we one's income, ad would ov ae ee ee the amount Human failings being what they

c era sa : m wise 0 accept *pro- that can collected, It is the are, experience shows that t

sometimes _triplication of spheres of in Barbados Museum on Thursday MOFNING posal blindly, for it would add an surplus taxable capacity of the very existence of ana dutitiee
fluence which result from a constitutional can hardly be condoned by cricketers, tur- |appreciable sum to be taken by community that is the Govern- of money is both a to

relationship in which the Governor can fites or devotees of culture, It is not play- Se RE tee Zac tock top tm te nee — espa 65 een 7 itement

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y : or ket” under ‘the evergreen tree |°Pr,.. Survey rightly does not base Would. weaken the community) bé conflict between Cities Who Eay

our of the Leader of the House of Assem- at the entrance to the museum. the proposal on any analogy with Whose strength it should be the “Now is the time to use the Fund.’
bly. If Barbados was a province of the The sound of i Sa“ prudent commercial practice, but aim, as it is the interest of Gov- and those who advise “Hold

y Pp bat hitting ball is enough ead : - eS _
United Kingdom there would be no ten- to perturb any student of West Indian !ihic Score it ne ae wien pale Pees vores lens tcmnbot What wai
sions between imported and local officials history: but when the game is conducted |to point out fundamental differ- much more money for the same be needed would be a prophet, F
since neither of them would be concerned with running commentaries by several is. Tinatiod to kin ale veotaaion pees, it Wee benstua Pea ney oe Yiges oot ‘of world rien TRY A “GOLD
with their status in Barbados but would participants all speaking at full blast, cul- cone, “ will, call on its meee i Bue, it wovld seem well to be relied on. Without such a one
enjoy equal status as fellow citizens of the i i olders for con : - keep in mind the principle that it would seem wiser to watch our

j fanaa ture will be literally shouted down sequently, prudent directors whose taxation should fall on those immediate steps and, eliminating

duty be it noted, is to the Com- served by the expenditure, This extravagance and waste, seek to
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i ; ‘ a ; yi ; as individual ccust i i
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HOGUES OF THE

EDWARD TEACH, ALIAS BLACK BEARD

Wy John Prideaux

“GENTRY.”

Edward Teach was the “most

picturesque of all the _ pirates,
indeed the popular conception of
p'rates today is based on his ex-
traordinary appearance and
character. He was a terrifying
man. Esquemeling writes: “Our
noble hero, Captain Teach,
assumed the cognomen of Black-
beard from the large quantity

of hair which, like a_ frightful
meteor covered his whole face,
and frightened America more

than any comet that has appeared
there a long time.”

He goes on to say that Black-
beard’s beard was of “extrava-
gant length” and came right up
to his eyes. “He was accustomed
to twist it with ribbons, in small
tails, after the manner of our
Ramilie wigs, and turn. them
about his ears. In time of action
he wore a sling over his should-
ers with three brace of pistols
hanging in holsters, like banda-
liers, and stuck lighted matches
under his hat, which, appearing
on each side of his face, his eyes
naturally looking fierce and wild,
made him, altogether. such a
figure that imagination cannat
form an idea of a fury from hell
to look more frightful.”

To impress his men he liked to
pretend that if-»he were not
actually .the devil, he was at
least a good friend of him. For
instance,-one day at sea after
quite’ a quantity of rum had
been consumed, he said to some
of his men» “Come, let us make
a hell of our own, and try how
long we can bear it.”Accordingly,
he and Nhree others went into
the hold, closed the hatch and
set on fire several pots of brim-
stone. They remeined there un-
til some of the men were nearly
suffocated and cried out for air.

Blackbeard was very proud of
the fact that he held out the
longest,

Another time, actually the
night before he was killed, he

sat up drinking with some of his
men and the master of a mer-
chant ship. One of his men asked
him. knowing that two sloops
were approaching to attack him,
whether, if anything happened
to him during the battle, his
wife (No. 14) would know where
he nad buried his treasure. _He
replied “That nobody but him-
self-and the devil knew where
it was, and the longest ~liver
should take all.”

A Bristol Man

But let us have a look at the
career of this terror of the seas.
Edward Teach was born in Bris-
tol, England, and went to sea at
an early age He soon drifted
into piracy in the Caribbean,
but did not attract any attention
until he sailed under Captain
Thornigold. Thornigold was im-
pressed by the qualities of
leadership that Blackbeard
showed, and gave him command
of one of the ships he captured
called the “Queen Anne’s
Revenge.”

Teach then began a_piratical
career of his own, and it has al-

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SEA

EDWARD TEACH

was given back his. “Queen Anne’s
Revenge.” ; 7
Blackbeard’s marital life was
“rather crowded.” Before he left
Bath Town he fell in love with a
girl of sixteen and the Governor
ef North Carolina. married them.
“T am informed” says Esque-
meling” that this was Teach’s
fourteenth wife, whereof about a
dozen might be still living.” He
spent his honeymoon at the plant-
ation of his wife’s people, but the
poor girl's happiness was short
lived for Blackbeard invited all
his ruffian friends to the house,
where they dramk, gambled and
caroused night after gight.

.

Although Blackbeard had sur-
rendered he was reaily only hav-
ing a rest, and he sopn sailed from
North Carolina on‘another pira-
tical cruise. He actually made
an agreement with the Governor
of that colony before he left, and
when he returned a few months
later the booty was shared be-
tween them.

In the meantime fear of Black-
beard was spreading along the
seaboard of America, Qne story,
which has been handed down,
shows the character of the man.
One night Teach sat drinking in
his cabin with Israel Bands, his
trusted mate, and aaother moan.
Suddenly Blackbeard drew out
two. pistols and cockeq them
under the table. The other pi-
rate noticed what was happening
and béat a hasty retreat, but

ready been recounted how -he eee not see what Teach
re “Was” g.

joined fortés “with Major Stéde
Bonnet, “the gentleman of Bare
badoes” and how they. scoured
the seas together until Blackbeard
took advantage of the Royal Pro-
clamation which promised pardon
to pirates if they surrendered, He
surrendered in North Carolina,
was declared an honest man and

Suddenly Tlackbeard
blew out*the candle, crossed his
hands under the tab) and fired.
Hands got the full force ot one
pistol in his knee ard was lame
for the rest of his lifer, Sometime
later ssome..of his men asked
Blackbeard why he had injured
one of his good friends. “If I do





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alias “Blackbeard” _
not now and then k ll one of you,

you'll forget who I am,” was the
astonishing reply.

Not Afraid

But there was,one.man who was
not afraid of Blackbeard and was
out to get him. He was Lieuten-
ant Robert Maynard of the Brit-
ish man-of-war “Pearl”. He was
backed up by the merchants and
planters of ‘Carolina ‘who , were
incensed by the pillaging of their
ships. and plantations with the
blessing, as it were, of the Gov-
ernor of the Colony. Knowing
it would be useless to approach
him for action against the pirate
they sent a delegation to the Gov-
ernor of Virginia to ask for help.

Governor Spotswood of that
Colony called an Assembly which
passed an “Act to encourage the
Apprehending and Destroying of
Pirates”. Blackbeard was speci-
fically mentioned in the Act and
a reward of £100 was offered
for his head, - - .

Lieutenant Maynard did not
waste any time, and with another
sloop he set out to look for Black-
beard. The Pirate saw them com-
ing from the bay in which he was
anchored, and prepared for
battle. When they drew close he
shouted “Damnation seize my soul
if I give you quarter or take any
from you!” “I do not expect
quarter nor shall I give any!”
Was Maynard's unruffled reply.

Then the battle began and
waged for nearly the whole day.
Eventually Maynard won the day
by tricking Blackbeard. He order-
ed his men to hide in the hold
when they were. hidden by smoke
from the pirates’ grenades. When
the smoke had cleared Blackbeard
shouted to his men “They are all
knocked on the head except three
or four. Let us jump aboard and
cut them to pieces.”

As the ships neared, Blackbeard
and fourteen pirates jumped
aboard Maynard's ship. Then the
men below decks rushed up and
the bloody conflict began. May-
nard and Blackbeard fought
against each other,

They both fired together at
first, but Blackbeard’s shot went
wide and Maynard wounded his
adversary. owever Blackbeard
continued to advance and with
one terrific sweep with his cutlass
he broke Maynard’s sword off at
the hilt. He drew back his cut-
lass to make another sweep which
would have finished. Maynard, but
just at that time a British marine
gave him a blow on th head.
The duel went on for a long time



SUNDAY ADVOCATE





The People Of Harbados XXVIII

During ‘the Civil War in
England, Barbadians had been
loyal to the Crown, even when

there were many ‘Roundheads’
settled in the Island, and there
was a gentleman’s agreement be-
tween them to maintain a strict
neutrality. Ligon records “And
though they are of several per-
suasions, yet, their discretions
ordered everything so well as

| there never were any fallings out Warres, her Rapines, her Murders,

between them,” This was all very
well while there was still a war
on in England between the two
factions there, but when the
Parliamentary forces gained the
Government of England, more
and more Royalist arrived at Bar-
bados. The two leading Royalist
were two brothers, the Humphrey’
and Henry Walrond, These peop’

adopted methods which would be
known to-day as the ‘fifth column’
and the pamphlet war.’

Their agitations made littie
headway at first, so they decided
to push the issue by frightening
the Royalist who were inclined
to moderation in their views and
wished to maintain a neutral
position, into hostility; so they
} claimed that they had discovered
a ‘Roundhead’ plot to drive all
the Royalist from the Island and
openly declare for Parliament.
Nicholas Foster leaves an account
of their actions in his ‘A Brief
Relation of the late Horrid Re-
bellion Acted in the Island Bar-
bados. In the West-Indies,’ from
which some extracts are quoted.
He relates that at first the
Royalists acted in secrecy, but
they had to convince the House
of Assembly before they» could
get an Act passed. This! was
‘presented to the Assembly, who
after a serious view takén thereof,
finding enough in it to procure
a dislike of it, in all or most men,
especially in those that made
conscience of they wayes, con-
firmed it; And ordered the pub-
lishing thereof, in the several
parishes of the Island.’

However, “before the publish-
ing thereof, one of the grand
Agents therein presented a copy
of it to some friends of ours,
and (Serpent like) -used all the
faire pretences that might be to
animate them to relish it, alledg-
ing the great conveniences con-
tained in it for the uniting of
the Inhabitants, with divers other
expressions.” These people,
however, declared their dislike
for it, and “That the Island was
in peace, and like so to continue;
tind ifor any su@h ingaf¢ement
there was no apparent necessity.
That the people were, in general,
obedient to the present Govern-
ment, and what would they
desire more?”

The Roundheads soon learned
of the plot of the Royalist, and
the proposed Act and Oath which
the Assembly had passed in secret,
through the action of their friends
who had been shown the con-
tents and had been prevailed
upon by one of the Walrond
followers to join the Royalist
party. The outcome was that the
Roundheads under the leadership
of Colonel James Drax, approach-
ed the Governor, Sir Philip Bell,
now and old and weak man, re-
questing that this Act not be
made public, because ‘it was con*
trary to the Law of God, Nature
and Nations, for them to impose
any such Oath upon a free people
as they were; That of necessi
they had some sinister ends
it, it being such a thing as no
preterit time, could .shew a
presedent for.” The Governor
declared that he desired peace,
and told them to leave it to him
and he would ‘not be backward

after this, however,’ buf finally ir applying himselfe to the con-

when Blackbeard had _ suffered
twenty sabre thrusts and five pis-
tol wounds he was seen to waver.
A few seconds later, just as he
began to cock his last pistol, he

fell dead at the feet of the man |

who had sworn to kill him.

After they saw their leader
dead the rest of the pirates soon
surrendered, and Maynard sail
triumphantly back to port with
Blackbeard’s head dangling at the
end of his bowsprit.



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| sidering of what was best to be
done.’

Soon after this he seized the
| opportunity of there being several
mistakes made in the copying of
| this Act and Oath, to recall them
| from the different parish Churches
}Where they had been sent for
posting at the Church
|door, In the meantime Col. Drax
and his party dew up and
signed petitions to the Governor.








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The ‘Walron@ party was not
sleeping during this period, for
they now started the ‘pamphlet
war’ and many of these accusa-
tions against the Roundheads
were stuck up in prominent

places for all and sundry to read.
One of these posters contains the
followins—“if .you inquire after
Englands Troubles, her scadnesse,
her sorrows, her divisions, her

you will find that it came from
pretence of Liberty; such prow
js that of Drax, (who. as by
Letters appears) is factor for the
Rebells in England, and here is
to vent his trade of disloyalty,
Rebellion and Ruine: ...."

The Royalist were daily receiv-
ing new supporters in the form
of the refugees and prisoners
from England, the latter of whom
were purchased by their relations
and friends and immediately
.té@leased, for all of these collected
around the Walronds, These new
Royalist were soon to cause
bloodshed “for they sweare God
Damne'm’ they will sheathe their
Swords in the hearts of all those
that will not drink a health to
the Figure II (Charles II then
in exile) and another to the con-
fusion of the ‘Independent’ doggs.”
Thus the Royalist, by far the
stronger party in the Island, used
their influence over the Old
Governor and gained their point,
for they had some of the Round-
heads banished from the Island
and their goods confiscated.

The Earl of Carlisle had re-
cently leased his right to the
Caribee Isles to Franois Lord
Willoughby, who arrived in Bar-
bados and after some opposition,
was duly proclaimed Governor.
In the meantime the Roundheads
who had been banished and lost
all their property, approached
Parliament with their tale of woe
It ended in Parliament despaich-
ing Admiral Sir George Ayscue
to reduce the insubordinate Island,
for the Royalist had refused to
stop trading with their friends
the Dutch, and had rejected jhe

Parliament's demands. The
Royalist Party published
Declaration in February 1651,

from which the two following
quotations are taken.

“Shall we be bound to the
governmane and lordship of a
Parliament in which we have
no representatives or persons
chosen by us, for there to pro-
pound and consent to what
might be needful to us, as also
to oppose and dispute all what
should tend to, our disadvan-

»-ctage and harme? In truth, this
would be a slavery far exceed-
ing.all that the English nation
hath yet suffered,” and

“Wherefore having rightly,
considered, we declare, that as |
we would not be wanting to use|

all honest means for the ob-)
taining of a continuation of;
commerce, trade, and good}

correspondence with our coun-!
try, soe wee will not alienate!
ourselves from those old heroick
virtues of true Englishmen, to
prostitute our freedom and)
privileges, to which we are!
borne, to the will and opinion

of anyone.” (1)

It was the stubborness of these!
Royalist which gained for Barba-
dos the type of Government which, |
with a few changes, has lasted)
over three hundred years, and |
whieh had been established for |
one hundred and twenty five
years when America declared her
Independence.

The cultivated land of Barbados
had been divided into small lots,
due to the fact that each inden-
tured servant had received grants
of ten to twenty acres of land on
the termination of their time of
service. This was all very well
when the staple products of the
Island were cotton, tobacco, gin-
ger, indigo, etc., but after the in-
woduction of the sugar cane plant,
and the development of which
was greatly assisted by the Dutch,
whose help was only given to the
larger land owners for it was
these that could give them the
sugar in payment for the equip-



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grow crops that were not of
much value, for he could not

afford to erect a mill and boiling
house to manufacture sugar

on such few acres. This led to
the acquisition of the small lots
of land by the larger owners, so
the estates increased in acreage
and the owners became richer
thus forming a society of its own
This society haa a terrific set-
back when the Island suffere:
from the severe hurricane of. 1675,
Poyer relates: —
“On August 31, 1675 the coun-
try was almost laid waste by
one of the most tremendous
hurricanes that ever scourged
a guilty land, Neither the
palace, nor the cot, escaped the
destructive violence of this aw-
ful visitation, Neither tree no
house was left standing, except
the few which were shelterrs
by some neighbouring hill o
clift. The face of the country
exhibited one continued scene
of desolation. So complete was
the destruction of sugar works
on the several plantations, that
it was nearly two years before
they could be repaired, or pu!
into a condition to renew the
business of sugar making, Noi
was the crop of provision
spared from the general de-
vastation; and to add to the
calamity, eight valuable ships
laden with produce of the coun-
try, were sunk or stranded, in
Carlisle Bay.”

In Speightstown every house
was either blown down or ma-
terially injured. Several fam-
ilies were buried in the ruins
of their fallen habitations; and
there was scarcely one but
lamented some relation, or ac-
quaintance, swept to an un-
timely grave.”

1. History of Barbados by Sir R. Schom-
burek, Appendix X

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STUDENTS ARE FEELING DISCUS STO N Ne

THE PINCH...

By ROBERT KINGSLEY HEART DISEASE



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& boy from the Gold Coast, a More prosaically, there are jobs By ea HULER, B.D., pee longer can R any !
girl from Edgware, two Pakistanis in canning factories. The work is “ne. eee mates which no}
ade beared Londoner waited at tough, but men can earn. with This 1 shocking and diffic medical men dares to debate {'

" Z oan z > SP ee a! iS as 6 and difficult since our evidence has grown {
4 counier. Behind it stood Miss overtime, from £8 to £16 a week thing to discuss. But we owe it wha ; 5
Margaret Marsh, from Birming- Some students go as mess order- to the living s —_ if, in 1951 fo overwhe ming, a suggestion
ham, ready to answer their inquir- lies to Territorial Army caMPs this was all : : , fall oh which can be ignored or sup~
i@s: And the answer she had to (£5 14s. for a 40-hour week, voor. aft aly, Necessary —— sully © pressed _ by. medical politics or
give was, in most cases, a dis- with the possibility of overtime »°@"S after our announcement of stupidity but which is as irresis-

the saving powers of Vitamin E tibl ita
i up to £2 1%s.). Others go to the \' . > b there "cea he thle ae
artening one. nS cae andre. ape tocopherol)—and 2 years E therapy can be hindered but
sity, students wanting vacation near Salisbury (“3s. a day pocket- b tne geetstics veda ag Taree othe tee poi
i They had left their inquir- money, excellent food, free PAPCrS Mortality of hese dre, the otalaien Gaia ecnied ios
Jate,
heavy.



. a and a radio set”). mortality of heart disease to 5.6 common sense of educated man-

champ te the Bavand - ete ‘ pe vehal Go ecu —a startling and kind and the virtue of the medi-
ghiduét labour Students go to work as street hopeful decrease, cal profession deteriorates year by
4 I can offer you is two Photographers in seaside towns, For it was in 1949 that Shute year. We wonder how many
days’ work as car park attendant 98 deck-chair attendants, kiosk- and Pascoe (Summary 1:50, 1949) times the existing 98 papers
at a motor-race meeting,” Miss ™inders, bus conductresses, shop- published a survey of 155 cardiac written in support of our views












“ a assistants, patients treated with alpha toco- must be mu tiplied before the
ore Sey ona your iat vs - Of those who apply, only about pherol. This revealed a salvage of evidence convinces all,
oe The chance of tips is OMe in 20 are women. Most three-quarters of the deaths For some odd reason we. are
prastically negligible..." women students expect to be sup- occurring under the usual treat- reminded of the words of pre-

ported by their families during ment—‘an annual rate of 5.6 per maturely old and crippled Sir
Most wanted jobs issting. longe vacations: men students working cent.” They estimated that “the Ronald Ross when, long after, he
help to maintain themselvc; 9M grants often have to keep them- proper, widespread use of alpha reviewed the work on malaria

selves, tocopherol in coronary heart which ha )

rough the long vacation. pe On The Farm disease alone should salvage 105, prize: a won him the Nobei/d
The Slump 000 American lives per year, Funds are not easily granted in
MISS MARSH, 26, holder of 2 NUMERICALLY, agriculture But—thinking aloud—we musi connection with them (medical

i iploma of Birming- is the biggest employer of student @sk ourselves how could so many discoveries) The numerous papers

ae eee ee neuter of tabour. Woes > annener months 'pSurance men ignore alpha toco- by Manson and myself received
vacation work di ment 5,000 students, half of them Brit- pherol, the cheap and only car- little credence at first; I was/})
the National Union of Students, ish, half foreign, will work on the “iovascular insurance policy—or even penalized for some of my
jose headquarters are in land. how could so many business work: it was allowed to remain |}
Sore In between answer- British students may, if they €xecutives forget that their jobs unused for several years, during |

ing callers, she told me about the raise the fare, go to jobs in Den- and ambitions were only as sound which millions of people must

p that students have run into mark, Eire, Finland, France, Ger- as their coronary arteries — or have died of malaria—one of the














: many, Yugoslavia, Norway, Swe- how many of these airmen who most infamous crimes of ne-
, In 1951. in the two vacations, den and Switzerland. died in bed might have develop- science; untrue stories regarding
Christmas and summer, 8,000 stu- In Denmark (cost £24 12s.) ed their final heart attacks at the matter were taught in schools
dents found jobs. This year the they can undertake archaeological high altitudes with 50 people sit- and universities, and both of us
figure is likely to be much lower. excavation with free keep and 1s. ting behind them—or if a pilot's were often ridiculed by fools”—

Parents are buying fewer ice- a day pocket money; in Eire (cost heart matters as he comes in “on the whole I would probably
creams for their children, so the £3 2s. 6d. from Liverpool) the ovér Newark or Washington air- never have touched malaria re-
iee-cre: factories do not need work is “placing peat in piles and port—or what do we lose when tha search at’all had I foreseen the
as much—student labour to help loading sod collectors.” brain of an Admiral Sherman or falsification, neglect, or opposi-
Ce There is one department in Sigmund Romberg suddenly ceases tion to which my work was to be

‘ England in which demand for stu- —or why. medical men don't take subjected from its inception,”

The railways ask for fewer dents exceeds supply—home helps, the only rational precaution they here are so many other things
extra workers. Euston station last others’ helps and similar jobs can take before the onslaught of to say—ali of them as urgent as
year wanted 380 students to work with families. their “occupational disease?” A pathetic—but we refrain.
berg = oad they have call- > WA Canedian judge recently dropped 7

only 20. amaging? on the Bench, An aerialist dropped

Even government departments dead i emphis, nessee, unity Development
are employing fewer temporary WHAT is the official view of a» taking ne ist deren Comm ty lop,
staff, ‘ vacation work? Some _ college the poor, athletes — no one is BOMBAY.

The Plums tutors and university authorities exempt in this “Cold War.” The Government of India have

STUDENTS who registered for frown on it, These hold that non- This is 1952 — and an over- recommended that as far as pos-
work earlier on (fee 7s, 6d.) found aeademic work during vacations whelming body of proof has piled sible villagers should contribute o
there were some plums to be had. is damaging to study and the re- up since 1946. How: many men nao ofthe expense on com-

A titled woman wanted four laxation which vacations are in- must die before the world turns niunity development project in
men and five girl students to staff tended to provide. J .,. 10 alpha tocopherol, their area, either in the form of
a shooting box in Scotland. Pay Said Miss Marsh: We quite “Men work like Trojans to pull labour or in cash. The suggestion
for the men was £3 10s. a week see that,. ideally, it would be a « wooden horse inside their emanates from the community
an keep, for the girls thing if there were no need offices, Then they ignore it until projects administration of the
£2 15s. The men had the chance for us to provide this service but it suddenly overthrows them in Indian Planning Commission, The
of corning a oa Pa a day as dadaets tein, pope oe a night. Cassandra was ignored Commission believes that this is

on shooti ays. » when she warned her Silly city. ome way of associating the people

Twenty-five students got jobs the service does provide for a 7 at
as Grivic+gui es to parties of want.” That city fell, ith the projects. It says th

How much longer need we cnly by co-operative endeavour
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Salute To Ralph Vaughan Williams,

ona nee pot torn “a BORN OCTOBER 12, 1872 “some of the themes of this sym-

: phony are taken from an unfin-
SUti “birthday of Ralph Vaughav he has not given numbers, pre- ished opera, The Pilgrim’s

Williams, O.M., a composer as tering to aad titles or mere ental then suddenly in 1935, Progress.”
firualy rooted in the English key-signatures, have showa tn. oa ao ae ne ‘was aene, ow that the morality opera,
countryside as the great oaks of two be Specially true. z ey der of Merit, » work of deepest singerity, has

having refused earlier distinc-

W iidsor forest. ‘he “Sea Symphony” written ions, his Symphony in F minor

T

t has is remarkable first, shows the landsman’s cou- ; . oe , clearly the th along which
composer given ls in more than tact with the mignt of the sea, Upknown.” ee a Vaughan Willlams has humbly
50 years of music-making? Es- it is less aumospneric than Le- symphonic style; here is no com. “@velled. It was a path chosen
sentially, music that was already bussy’s “La Mer,” but the impact passion, but turmoil unleashed, #4in in the “oo Peer inh il
there, music that lies always in is more direct since we do not The symphony is generally re- ee ane ocrnee in t i
the life of the countryside anc tho merely watch the sea at play, but garded as an outspoken ‘com- aabaowainar sptlahes _ ale
works of poets inspired by Brit (ee) 4ts power, Nor does it contuin menlary on the period between ways imparenk and often re-
ee wees. = eee fe nostalgia beauty of Delius's the wars, After the first’ per- vealing in his works .— foretola

formance of the heavily-orches~ the end of his music. But for-
«ving composers—with the pos- From the sea, Vaughan Williams trated score with fierce cross- tunately it bag aoe so. Yet tf aid,

sible exception of Finland’s Jean returned us to London where he thythms, the composer remark. I believe, close the composer’s
Sil ind, 1 would add, one showed us the sights in “A Lon- ¢d of his own work with his journey with Pilgrim, leaving
of least predictable. don Symphony.” We heard Big 4ccustomed frankness: “Well, if him free to spend his last years
But perhaps it is best to follow Ben as we passed through West- that's modern music, I don’t like exercising other facets of his
the main course of his inspiration minster, cockney tunes swept us it’ It was, however, inevitabig genius.
—the erample ant by the great to the East End, and the third ‘at he should compose music And what may we not yet
English writer, John Bunyan, movement called forth the sounds “#t had sown itself during these peceive from the composer who
whose “Pilgrim’s Progress” ‘has of a great city at night. But in “oubled years, The symphony at 70 walked with slow gait,
wi the staff on which Vaughan the finale, we met reality with the stands in sharp relief against his but agile mind, into the film
' i

been performed. we can see

lliams, our modern Pilgrim march of the un loyed, and the ?her works, except Satan’s dance studios for the first time and
s leaned. This interest first aD- fight for existente leet ohare wits 12 “Job”, a ny an os Lae Blake. * Collaborated with distinction?
peared in his well-known “Fan- crowds only a country dweller “UCP by Bunyan as by Blake. We recently received the firsi

tasia oma. 7 Like all true artists, Vaughan gurprise hen Vaughan il-
tig” where elegant sing’ writes dispassionate pit such © Williams can distil the outside qimBtise when Vaughan | Wil-
built an atmosphere of calm dispassionate picture. world in many forms. In 1943, I ang Orchestra was played in

, watched him climb slowly onto b ’
Matieh the. compraer also brotgey yNXt Cime "A Pastoral Syn~ jhe 'vogtrum Line Hey 2h London by tery “Adler to whor
which the en cin Cnuecke phony in which the composer Wood Promenade concerts tO greater import, is the announce-
e bear on his editing of Church gave us exquisite scenes from the conduct the first performance on’ ment that next spring the Halle

iy; 6 Gloucestershire countryside where jis Sy ajor. Dedi- ‘ : “leh
Then in 1922, Vaughan Williams je was born, the only son of a bated mnony in D major. Dedi- Orchestra will play a new work

eated “without permission and by Vaughan Williams, “Sinfon:a
brought his ee ae Bun- clergyman. His family was re- with the sincerest flattery to Totten " depicting Scott’s
soe. mg the open with the yu ; lated to the Wedgwoods, makers Jedn Sibelius, whose great exam- voyages,

e Shepherds of © of famous English pottery. Peter ple is worthy of imitation,” | it But perhaps we should have
Delectable Mountains” that was Warlock once described the sym- again sought inspiration in Bun- cepenien pa a turn from one
later ingested in his morality phony derisively as “a cow look- yan, and was oblivious to the who wrote many years ago:

Pilgrim's Progress. ing over a gate’—but that is raging war. The third movement «The composer must not shut
Is was produced for the first what it is, as the composer read- bore the quotation: “Upon this himself up and think about art.
e last year at Covent Garden. jy acknowledges. During the place stood a cross, and a little he must live with his fellow and
But in all his music, dates are second World War he sometimes below a sepulchre. Then he make art an expression of the
déceptive since his music evolves jeant a hand, driving a farm said: ‘He hath given me rest whole life of the community —if

m from the germs of folk cart. by His sorrow, and life by His we seek for art we shall not find
music, His symphonies to which So far, the symphonies were death!’” The composer also noted it,”
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If it is at all possible to draw
political conclugiens from such
a simple experience as a trip by
sea from Barbados to Jamaica,
then I am convinced that there
is a ripe federal spirit in the
West Indies and that bringing off
the much talked of federation of
_ the West Indies is only a matter of
Te. settling the practical details. The
will to achieve is already there:
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froup of U.C.W.I. freshmen, most
f whom had never seen each
Dther before, have mixed
‘well together and reassured each
other so completely that they
ere all one large family in spite
of the size of the Caribbean Sea?
With us there were Barbadians,
as proud as ever of their beaches
and lovely white sand and their

garding people from the other
slands as crude “small-island-
ers”: Grenadians, the unfor-
tunate victims of the Trinidadian
attitude; and British Guianese.
proud of nothing in particular,
but filled none the less with a
azy consciousness of the size of
heir country, its mineral wealth
and economic possibilities, and
s “continental %— in
Short everyone was a little nation-
with some particular reason,
eal or imagined, for believing
e country he came from—to be
better than any other in the
| West Indies. It must in fairness
be admitted that these particular
» patriotisms were eighty per cent.
humorous poses struck by the
students for the sake of effect
~* but behind the pose there was
"| something real, an insolent and
_» blind pride. And yet this group
of thirty odd students had only

to get together and meet each
other to drop their insularity and
form one big close comradeship,
realising one may suppose, that
that was what they would have
to do sooner or later if life at
the University was to be pleasant
and not embittered by cfiquish
enmities. The day that we arrived
at Trinidad was spent more or
less in circulating among each
other and becoming familiar, and
by the time we reached Jamaica
you would have believed that we
were all brothers and sisters, If
there were two or three anti-
social persons among us they
were not enough to destroy all
our happiness, and it perhaps did
them good to realise that their
attitude was strongly disapproved
of by all the rest. But this is not
all: they would certainly meet
with no encouragement at the
University either; and only a
fool would not realise this as soon
as he entered the premises and
exchanged a few words with
some of the undergraduates, The
best thing at the U.C,W.I. is its
atmosphere, arid the unfortunate
sufferers from superiority com-
plex ought all to be sent here
perforce so that they might get

Be,

eS

f e an insight into their own ridicu-

lous folly.

The University freshmen met at
the Barbados Customs on Wednes-







SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12,



1952



day afternoon with an air of
nervous expectancy, and spent
much of an hour and a half con-
vincing the officials that they were
not spies and had no atomic
secrets on their persons, taking
photographs, getting thgir baggage
aboard the launch that was to take
them to the ship, saying goodbye
to their relatives and friends, or
just sitting and standing around
the place busily looking stupid.
Eventually we were all taken to
the SS. “Colombie” by the
launches and we then had to spend
another period of anxiety finding
our baggage and tipping the
porters to get it into our cabins
without mishap, and as the ship
was nothing less than a floating
labyrinth this was not as simple
as it sounds. However, we got
everything done without excess

* of trouble and were left (some of

us) with a few minutes tn which
to speak with our people for the
last, Soon the loudspeakers
ordered all visitors ashore and
we prepared for departure. We
weighed anchor at approximately
4.15 p.m., sailing down towards
the south-west with a brisk breeze
behind us. No one has ever
experienced the deepest ecstasy
who has not seen his land and the
land of his people skidding away
behind him over the waters. There
is no feeling to be compared with
it. And there is no beauty like
that of a tropical island merging
slowly in the distance with the
clouds and the air and the sea and
the sky. The Colombie does, I be-
lieve, a comfortable eighteen
knots, and before we were fully
aware of it we had left Barbados
in the distance and in the past and
had gone out to meet the horizon.
We had only Wednesday and a
disk of sea with us, and Wednes-

day, too, was fast telling us good-
bye. Some of us remained on deck

a little while, intrigued by the

speed of the ship and the ease of

its motion, while others went

down into their cabins to change

But in the cabins there was heat
and stuffiness whilst on the deck
there was breeze and a feeling of
distance, and so we were all very
soon on deck again, Night came—
quicker than we realised. There
wete stars and a little arc of a
moon, and the sea and the foam

and the speed of the ship. No one
was sea-sick: we hardly knew
that we were not in a motor car.
Indeed, to get sea-sick would have:
been to waste in the cabin so much
time that would much better have
been spent on deck. We went down
to dinner and came back up, sit-
ting around and chatting for a
while about every imaginable
thing until we became sleepy and
one by one turned in for the night.
It was sad to leave the coolness
of the air and the clearness of the
sky, but we had to get some rest,
and sleep on the deck had its diffi-
culties. In the first place it was
likely to get cold, and in the sec-
ond it would not have been very
comfortable to have to sleep in a
deck chair. And so we all went

bravely down into the closeness of
our cabins,

I awoke Very ‘early in the
morning and began fidgeting
around trying to find bath towel



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sailed ahead for La Guaira.
A visitor on a ship approach-
ing British Guiana sees an abso-
and soap and dressing gown with- lutely flat coastland so far below |
out turning on the light for fear Sea level that a “sea wall has |
of disturbing my cabin mates, But been built along it to prevent
they refused to remain undisturb- the Atlantic from flooding. the
ed. They awoke and informed me !and. Venezuela, however, offers no |
pointedly that it was 3.30 a.m., (I such sight. The coast is hilly, |
had thought that it was at least green, and bare of human life.
two hours later), and I hurried The hills reach up to the sky in
out of the cabin to leave them in sweeping rounded curves that
peace with their dreams. I bathed, have only shrubs for clothing. The
dressed, and went up on deck to view is forbidding and yet daring.
see Trinidad as it came to meet You feel that if only a human
us out of the darkness. All around being had passeq that way its
there were craggy islands, blacker appearance might have been very
than the sea, more mysterious much different. The sea, a dirty
than the sea, and looking like great green, mixes its colour with that
quiet animals watching you wear- of the land in the distance, and
ily out of half asleep eyes. There far away to the west, where more
was a lighthouse perched on one land continually peeps into view
of them and sending a revolving from around the corner, every-
scythe of light through the air, thing is grey and desolate. And
slicing the mast in two every few this is what you see from the time
seconds. We made quietly for you ‘leave Trinidad until you
Port-of-Spain, and as Thursday dock at La Guaira. Nothing but
and the sun peeped up over the deserted mountains and shrubs
hills of Trinidad we cut off speed and sea and sky and a few tiny
and approached with more care. yellow strips of beaches, As you
We docked at about 6.00 a.m, and approach the port, however,
after the students had all break- houses begin to appear, and you
fasted went to our chief steward can make out what seems to be
for landing permits. The ship was 4 Cluster of four or five small
due to leave , Port-of-Spain at °M€s, no more. During the night
midday and we were supposed to it looks as though a few lone fire-
be back on board by 11.00 a.m. _ ‘lies are at rest on the¥coast. Grad-
We all went ashore. Deeply im- ually the number of houses in-
pressed by Port-of-Spain, with freases. — ~~ aes on
its wide and perfectly surfaced {pere is a bit of fla mn ay
main roads, its busy traffic, its the coast you may oa" tn Bock
massive and splendid stores, and views wing vimana alban
its unmistakable touch of colour, ° 1a. in tuianiioten
we wandered around, going no- wriday morning and we decked at
where in particular and not over- a 7 00 ng al Ther w: f
concerned about the direction we Qroune TWO am. Raat alle es
took, stopping here to buy post- SOUrSe, i oe - es
cards, stopping there to mail them ' vihe Se nish fone nn a peer
to our families, and stopping of th ae ne lattene mean, Dut
across the way to buy some pretty Tou ot us did not, and-me found
trifle or bargain with a taxi driver {hot' the only medi “ theouun
as to how much he would take us Hi nity - vid om i unas one
around the city for and, of course, "norstood ‘was French, oat our
coming out at the wrong end of “2 ae a i en, fae ant
the bargain. Some of us decided to : sent th hears Sw > a. ee
take taxi, others were determined a = ‘d hi my th
to walk, being convinced that this fie snip. h (~ ere were ili:
was the best way to shop and see P° rears ~ ae a next i o
the city. Some of us had friends to €tY.—and ind rh oon ane
visit, others were only con- ™&an—appearance. They wore tom-
cerned about shopping. However plete khaki with a flat ae
we all sauntered or taxied around at turned up sharply at the pe
the streets of Port-of-Spain get- oo eae leather boots, Besides,
ting lost, finding our way, and get- ‘heir impressiveness was not due
ting lost again, we bought up sup- Leaky dates oldies wee
. , . s ess
plies of cakes, and grapefruit and about them—a huge contrast to
SEathee the easy-going relaxation



and in time to meet the Trinidad-
ian and Guianese students who
were «joining us. A noisy and
merry medley of boys and girls
they were, ninety percent of them
strangers to us, but after an hour
or two no one remembered that,
Two of the Barbadians had bought
mouth organs in Trinidad, and
one of the Trinidadians had a
guitar, whilst we all had our
mouths, very efficient and power-
ful musical (?) instruments. We
therefore prepared for music,
Lunch, and then noise, which it
was our affection to call calypso
singing. Around five o’clock we

ist bureau, a really splendid
building, comfortable and lavish-
ly furnished with a special de-
partment where you could convert
your West Indian money into
Venezuelan bolivars, and counters
where every conceivable variety
of souvenir was on sale. There
was a lady in attendance who
spoke French, and we therefore
got on quite well in the matter
of purchases. You bought post-
cards from her and simply cross-
ed the room to another counter
where 7 told another lady the
lestination of your post ecards,
oe her one Lae. Wd yo
Stamps, ‘a e e cards in her
fifty percent hand to be mailed. After the now
routine business of sending off
post cards home we decided to
have a look at the town, consol-
ing olrselves for being unable to



still no sea
sickness, though one or two of the
Guianese felt a bit uncomfortable,
more because of not eating enough reach Caracas (35 miles away)
than from any other reason. We pecause time was too short.

swung round from the city across
to the South American coast and (To Be Continued)






















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THE PHARMACEUTICAL
SOCIETY OF BARBADOS

PRESENTS:

PHARMACY WE
OCTOBER 10 —17

THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMME
HAS BEEN ARRANGED AND THE
GENERAL PUBLIC INVITED TO THESE
LECTURES
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Monday 13th: Lecture at the ¥.M.C.A. 8 P.M.
By Dr. A. L. Stuart
Subject: “Acute Respiratory Diseases’’

Tuesday 14th. Lecture at Station Hill, St. Peter 8 P.M.
By Dr. F. G. Reader

Subject ‘“Venereal Diseases’’.

Wednesday 15th Lecture at Colleton Pasture, St. John 8 P.M.
By Dr. E. B. Carter
Subject “General Talk on Disease.’’

Friday 17th Film Show at Y.M.C.A. 8 PM

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PAGE TWELVE





= ~ portant of all, a
2 vided for
e Function gee

4 i node courge
Extract from a speech on
Health Education given by Mr.
G. L, Gittens at the Public Health
f er re ynference in Queen's Park on

Phursda
Ca

From health education the
country benefits in a _ raised
THE MAIN FUNCTION of a Public Health Centre times several drugs which will kill standard of health and in reduced
eae sa : ae 4 the tubercle bacillus and help to @Xpendituré on hospitals and
prevent disease as opposed to treatme aimed at etadicate the : otter curative institutions, Promi-

disease

; Streptomy-
Reader, P.M.O. of cin was discoverefl by

curing the ailments of man, Dr. G. F Wakeman,

















St. Peter told members of the Barbados Sanitary an American scientist in 1944. Its healthy habits, bad mental
Inspectors’ Association at their Public Health Conference snd pains oe, of a long ittitudes, unhygienie conditions,
" & ng search for ananti- err > > sure -

on Thursday. biotic similar to penicillin, errors 10 Gud te” naib eof
- Reader wi 1e he six + : . ¥ é : > uin. fection, failtire to notice early

Dr. Reader was one of the six to a lack of previous exposure to Recently Thiosemicarbazonie oy é
‘ . Mf o - toms.

speakers at the Conference and the germ which generally ¢auses and Isonicotinic acid hydfazide ~ ™ ‘
spoke on the ‘Function of certain degree of immunity. have given great promise in com- In public health education
Health Centre Other speakers In all civilised coufitries, parti- bating even the worse forms of however there is. need as with
besides Dr. Reader, and Dr. J: Ww. larly in the town, 90% or more T.B. It is too early yet to evaluate education in general, to stress the
Harkness who gave the inaugura e adult population have been theireimportance but nevertheless importance of home influences,
address _ were Mr, G. L Gitte n ected at sometime in their lives they mark a new era in the chem- Pomestic conditions happy or
on Health Educ ition, Mr H the tubercle bacillus. This gen- therapy of Tuberculosis. miserable, clean or dirty, in the
Bell the Production of Cle illy produces a sub-clinical ‘in When the tissues of the lung eariy formative years of the child
Milk Supply, Mr. G. H. Faga tion and gives rise to a calcified have been seriously damaged, sur- (ay to Have A lasting impression,
The Importance of Meat Inspe evion—or Ghoti focus in the lung, gery fas to as$ist me@diéal treat- greater than the school’s because
tion, and Dr, Colin Vaughn or ymetimes if a patient bécomés ment in affecting a cure. Artificial even dufing school days most oO
Some Aspects of Tuberculosis. tébilitatéd from chroni¢ illness, or pnéumothorax or the introduction the time is stili spent at home
Dr. Reader, Mr. Fagan Dr. 'eck of proper food, the lesion may of sterile air into the pleural cav- : ss j
. “> .Srer® ae r , : ‘ pe er ot eral enta) However, while at home, in é
Vaughn gave their addresses dur eak down and cause tuberculosis; ity was inven ed by a continenta a at the chila

ing the evening session of thc Without a supervening second in- specialist and is one of the com- P! pe! a ete re, ne rs
Conference : t ae ction monest procedures employed ‘! muld rained in unitary

Dr. Reader said that a Hea No part of the body is absolutely today Pneumoperitonéum is. the he bit , at yo il he hould b
Centre woul be "ela hie mmtine to tuberetilosis. The milf- introdiction of air into the abdo- t@ght the stfucture and fume-
of a a 1 fice we cnet ry fofm of thé disease may affect minal cavity. These methods of tioris of the body, hygiene of the
atria —s bil gpd specifically very organ. Usually, however, treatment aim at resting the af- persofi and sanitation of his
the Di ye ee a health, havin; .B, attacks the lungs, bones and fected lung, especially where cavi- surroundings
the Diploma of Public Health. He joints, and glands in children, but tation has taken place. They are le ‘ >ulblic
would direct the work of the in large countries visceral and frequently combined with crush- We look forward to the Public
sanitary Inspectors and Healti eningeal T.B. are not uncommoh. ing the phrenic nerve to diminish Health Bill: much depends upon

tors For the rest of this leetute pul-. diaphragmatic movement. The health visitors to be
seaking on the control of monary T.B. only will be ¢onsid- The advent of modern anaesthe- appointed in connection with the
I liseases, he said tha red, unless otherwise stated, Now sia has opened another field of health centres, by focussing more

t outbre for a few brief observations, on surgery—this time more extensive attention on the care of the child

. tl medical offic the symptoms and signs which -Thorocoplasty involving the re- would probably encourage in the
had to take steps to control and may be present . Loss of weight, moval of the upper five or six ribs parents a greater sense of tfe-
eradicate it. One of his potent 2nd. appetite, persistent cough, and collapsing the lung externally. sponsibility.
weapons was immunisation against ind minimal signs in the chest are Lobectomy or the removal of
the disease and all children should the, earliest warnings of pthisis, patt of a ling is also done in
oe immunised against diphtheria Confirmation of the clinical diag- appropriate cases, and sometimes homes of the people owledge

mall-pox and typhoid at ently hosis can be obtained by radiolog- a whole hing can be removed if about avoiding infection, about
ages. : eal examination of the Jungs, and the other is unaffected ‘ food. values ahd how to tse
. ar ' > . . > ve agt- .

. ; y isolation of the bacillus either So much for the eee 7% ; available matérials to good
: With typhoid, the patient had under the microscope or in culture ment of T.B aN ree oe 7 advantage, as to the benefits of
_ be isolated at once, Contacts and sometimes from guinea-pig the how rey: Ay one bas a ad fresh air day and night, how to
bad to be inoculated and in- inoculation if other means fail impact oll Sui Arig 4 sreat- Maintain health, in general, With
spectors had to pay attention to There are several methods of pro- manity has producec ar great- c : :

val A ‘ A lems th: h > of an emphasis on public health eduta-
the means of spreading typhoid tecting the community . against ¢F problems than the cure of an |. seni secialihiteires
’ 1 +r : tient t yery tion, safitary inspectors apprecia-
by flies. ubereulésis. The first afid most individual patient, n évery 7 a . 7 7
“R Z thnk 2CG. vac. iis -ountry to-day except tivé of théir role as teachers and,
Recently, B.C:G n attenuated importaft I think is P.C.G. vac- civilised country to-day pt ‘
ne Tee So ee 1 ihe ’ Oe sibly in Scandinavia, T.B. is hé new look promised by the
strain of the tubercle Bacillus ‘imation, This was devised by Cal. possibly in Scandinavia, ® Bitnic ‘

i . é tka oes 921 and rampant ublic Health Bill, the programme
had been recommended for the mette and Guerin about 1921 an alate would pay dividends.”
immunisation of individuals ex- ‘5, carl d out by ae pietec, of Rationing and shortages of Pa) .

TR ‘ nuated bovin T vaccine , *‘ ... ity: fs i
Sore a Lm antecte ay wC.ain® tate poopie ‘usually children who [00d, poor housing conditions Clean Milk
their resistance to the disease gow a fegative skin reaction overcrowding, poverty, and war .
was increased, It had not come >. stand to blame for the large num- _ Mr. H, I. Bell speaking on the

when tested for previous exposure

into wide use yet. ; : ; ;
; : to infection,.. This method is com-

; ber of cases now known to exist.
When it came to the welfare of

school children, medical inspec- a a Rl, Boa ds wu eee

tion and dental inspection of sjavia, and becoming widely em- thermore, the humber of

children was arranged at varying ployed in U.S.A., and in Britain. available fof ttéatment is not Mr,
intervals A healthy, well Secondly, the’ following up of :

nourished child was a much better known contacts is essential, They number of cases, particularly

pupil than an unhealthy, ill should be tested either by the Von Britain Many have to. wait

months at home,
ment can be adequately begun

nourished child, Pirquet or Mantoux preferably, in.

Maternity Welfare idults, and the Moro or Vollmer
In maternity and child welfare, Patch test in aay ae ene
the main object was to safeguard graphy at intervals, in a on
as Se é DY ther who is the
the health of the > @ Clinical check must be carried mo vee ae eee
give her the Bit” catoceite ous, Ne ose San dent tet the re
. ass adi , Oo ca eny a p ~
to produce’ and re althy Next comes mass radiography. — Poe Ae *
chil, thus sedpeleg anetetnel ant As the cost of a full chest film va- ee ret ie
infant mortality, Fat, ries from $10 to $20 depending on

numerous factors, the cost of a
After speaking the post- nation-wide survey would there-
natal care of the mother, Di

fore be prohibitive. Miniature pic-
Reader spoke on venereal diseas», tures are therefore taken of the
He said that attempts at prophy- chest of workers in offices, tactor-
laxis have not met with much /¢s; hospitals, etc., and any others
success, therefor® the ‘infection Who Wish. If there is any ground
was treated to diminish the

for suspicion in a subject, a full

Spread, and the investigation of sized film is then taken. Government department.
contacts was undertaken. He The settlement in a single “col- So far these remarks have been
might mention that in Barbados ony” of a large number of T.B. general and have applied to Tu-
where the percentage of illegitima- patients undergoing after-treat- berculosis in any country, In
cy was high, birth control might ment is also a good scheme to min- Barbados there are far more cas-
be a means of controlling the imise the spread of infection es than is generally believed, and
spread of venereal disease, Pre- throughout a community, This was there is no control on the move-
vention, (or precaution) was bet- done at Papworth Village and ments or discharging of those pa-
ter than cure, other settlements. The patients can tients, many in advanced stages

Dr, Colin Vaughan, speaking on 4o suitable work i.e, basketmaking, who have been admitted to hos-
Tuberculosis said, “Its existence toys, ete, and help to support pital or almshouse, Now it is per-
goes back many years, and mum- themselves and their families. fectly safe to treat an early case
mies in the pyramids of Egypt Tuberculosis can be treated suc- of chest T.B. without open cavi-
shew evidence of spinal caries. cessfully and cured. This has been tation in a general hospital. Such

Different types of bacillus infect known for many years—even be- je the practice in the best London
man, cattle, fish and birds, but of fore the disovery of drugs which Hospitals. But when cavitation
these only the first two are of im- will kill the germs. Sanatorium has taken place and there is much
portance in the pathology of the treatment with good food, rest and sputum, these patients must be
disease as it affects man sraded exercises to follow and isolated, to prevent infection of

Infection can be caused by in- rigid routine, have cured thous- others. This can only be done ef-
haling or swallowing the germs, ands of people caught in the early fectively in a sanitorium.

on lic

ment and relief. The rehabilita-
tion and placing of the ex-patien’
in a suitable occupation after
treatment is another function of a





Rarely, it may gain admission stages. Needless to say, as in most

through the broken skin but this giseases, early diagnosis is an im- The health of a population is
type of infection is restricted to portant factor in Aetérmining the NOt a question to be buffeted
post mortem workers and butch- |ength of treatment, There are about in party politics, The fact}
ers. Bovirie tuberculosis most com- many eminent doctors in London remains that little or nothing is
monly affects glands, joints and today, some of whom are nearly being done to prevent the spread
bones, seldom the lungs. Before que to retire who will tell you ef the disease, If Barbados is \o






diseases can be produced in that they were T.B, patients at 20 retain its reputation of being 4
given individual he must be sus- or 21, Some will actually ascribe healthy island, and we mus
ceptible to infection, either due to their success to their illness. speedily busy ourselves in im
a low state of general health or Fortunately, they are in modera proving public health services,



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peds if clean milk was to be produced.
Bell recommended that the
nearly enough to cope with the first two squirts of foremilk from
in each quarter be discarded.

Again the support of their family posed
during the illness of a father or a tary—and that the milk should be
sole source Of quickly removed to a fly proof
room to be strained and cooled.

re; Mr, Bell continued “the most
T.B, is the responsibility of the gatisfactory method of distribut-
Govérnment in any country. They jng milk is in sterile glass bottles,”
are primarily responsible for pub- yr.
health organisation, and for “vendors who draw up

the provision of funds for hos- }y the wayside and refill bottles
pitals, sanitoria, free X-ray treat- toe male :

customers,
of
on her

content

SUNDAY ADVOCATE





They Would also ane into the
n

Production of a clean milk supply,
milking should -he

that

He pointed out that

Bell condemned

the vendor

head or the

to dip into
samples

@ On Page 16,



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oye & eee ee nore ee
o you return empty e
aed the Purchase price walt
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milking
before treat~ utensils should leave as little as
possible surface area of milk ex-
open buckets were insani-

those
their carts

recently used and
handed back to them. by some
Another snag is that
who carries milk
milk man
who rides his bicycle. Either is
the bucket
while moving through the dusty
streets.”

Mr. Bell finally suggested that
Bacteriological
be taken to grade milk supplies.

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and carts in repair and see that
bed / the wheels are in alignment, this GÂ¥.S Beste? Coury Road
pedrooms, dining, drawing rooms and Ca os ee ‘or ft | . ; J ‘MBER 1ST
| verandah, Modern contusions unless by a written order signed oy ane. me. uf â„¢. t, is essential for the comfort SATURDAY _ NONE BE

il sadideaise ——— ATHLONE-ON-SEA_ Fontabelle. Divid- :

BANNISPTER.On th ctober 1952 , |e oe Bay L406. Wears Aaa | — Games
Leslie Darel (Retired Civil Servant. AUTOMOTIVE |Grawing end severe) Nettecrs, Medel St Michget re a oe Shine SO" SSreneees oe
The.funcral leaves from “Waterloo”, es : conveniences. Phone 2965. Mrs. C. ©.4” n ies }

Worthing brit Chu at 4.3 CAR--One (1) Ford Consul. Apply - ‘ -_ ‘|__ i ( By kind permission of the
O'elack this soailine for the Westbury » / Storey Phone . io | Cee 5.10.52—2a, 1 The pubiie are hereby Seipet against ey. Mv ei ge. a “i | Commisgtonet of Settee
emeter > . ) ice 2068 SS eo ae er Oo ee ce it Give names well known 1) e Police
Pheay Reais, Glue Sires he oe ee eon eee yal ise Dotins of 9 : . ea you. wf. Gnicketers the initial letters 9f will be in attendance
‘ Delbert Bannister, Julia & Annie] CAR—One (1) Austin A-49 Devon 1950 | S70 mer wake 7,000 sq. ft.. at BAYS gt Jehn, as 1 do ndot myse ‘evis and ond Sailing of whose names form an acrostic ALL ARE WELCOME
Harbin 12-10.52—1n. | Model exeellent condition. Battery and | R SEA, Going for Only | responsible for her or anyone ales cone sao" only for St. Lucia, of a well known fuel. i

-_ 5 Tyres new. Price $1,650.00 or nearest | £210 Net. A One-Storey 3 Bedroom. | trating any debt or 17th inst. Clues: ist. “papular for winning

GUKES—On October 11, 1952. MARTHA ]ofer. _ Contact C.F. Bourne, 38 Roe-| | °F), Goud Condition. over 6.000 sq. ft../uniess by a wile order Pes .

KES. The Funeral will leave her] vck St. Phone 8326 or 2729. 5 Way to Tat cated at alte Sete a CA’ B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’ and... von of the Barba- = )

Inte residence Cole's Cave. St. Luc a. 0.7910. 17'S ‘Medien lob Gned ok dees eek in. ASSOCIATION (INC.) dians on W.1. team vs.
at 4.06 tods for St. L . EL : : St. J ¥ Australia last tour \)
Feslin Church. Prienie «ae sactas CAR—One Morris (8 H.P.) Fair con- Buamiow, 4 about 11,000 sq. ft., By NAVY os Consignee, Tele. Ne. 4047 ard....Very popular Trini- §
wide Blackman, Carlotta Skecte, { dition, new Battery. Reasonably good | F“OtDENS. Going for Only £3,000 Net dadian )
Brunetta Bonnett Tyres. $509.00 or nearest offer. For | y Gstt e Bedroom (Partly Stone), CHECK WITH ANSWER IN
12.10.52—1n_ ] information dial 8279 12.10.52—In. | 7 2ondition, IN BELLEVILLE, TUESDAY'S ADVOCATE y iy}

— | car Now's Season Gate seas tant| LOST & FOUND

CAR—Ford Prefect in good condition.|N@w 3 Bedroom (Partly Stone) Bunga- STATIONERY
THANKS $500.00 or nearest. Phone 8675 low, about 4,000 sq. ft., AT GOVT, HELL, Ny



12.10 52—~1n. | Goine for Only £1,250 Net. IN TUDOR











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GRANT— The Grant's tamuy t iilanescondsiinahist alii - ST.—A Large (Stone) Business Premises {
this medium to return thanks CAR—1950 Vauxhall Wyvern (Bargain) & tesidence, Very Large Garage LOST \
those kind friends who sent wreaths | 21.400 Owner driven, excellent condi- "rein a ae “ pee. s Busines: eS oe CALA IUM S :
or in any way expressed their sym- | tion Willlams Court opposite Sayes tand. an e 00 2.06. 6 er ae, THBO os Sails

thy i \ scent t avement ‘0 f Ch. Ch Seal Ga _ | Mortgage Can Be Arranged, Going for CAT—one black and white cat with Sails Sails Sails Arriv }

Met Perciine Grant of Paynes Bay. 1a, say Street he Ch. or Sealey's, Goree: | Oniy £2,600 Nets IN NELSON ST,—A{ctey Hind legs. No tail. Call “Boob”, Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Rerbedes din : Just the little shop in the village {i

a hone mi ert P | (Stone) Businéss Premises & Peccane Finder suitably rewarded. Phone 3239— ian Cruiser... .. .. 2.Oct. 4 Oct. - we = Gat on view a where the ‘Best Books, Stationery )
aiak. Violet Grant _(erand-dauehter CAR Wolseley 10 h_p. car. Offers in| 4-1! Business Stand, Can Yield about}|Mrs. Bourne, “Melbourne” Hastings. ian Constructor .. .. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. = 2 8 Nov. WHITEHALL, ST. PETER 8 -

Edwin Grant (son), Mrs. Una McKen-| writing to be submitted up to Wednes- | $70.00 p.m., Vacant, Going for Only 12.20.52—1n. ly Rodney . +» ++ @@ Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Nov. 41 Nov. 18 Nov. . and Xmas Cards are now on show.

zie, Mrs. Ruth Austin (daughters, w | jay 15th October. Fort Royal Garage Lta,| £2100 Net. IN NELSON ST.—A 03 | nen eee ian Challenger .. .. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. _ + . daily until October 20th from

York). 4.10.52—4n. | Bedroom Residence, Can Yield about| CHAIN—Lost in Probyn Bus Stand, ian Cruiser .. cn .. 23 Nov. 28 Nov. - 8 Dec. Dec. - x )

12.30.52—1n | a os aaa i = $25 00 p.m., Can also Make a Good |0ne Gold Chain, finder will be rewarded 12 o’clogk (noon) till 6 p.m. — — :
ey CAR M.1070. Standard 8 H.P. Two-| Business Stand, Water, Light, Going for}0m returning same to Advocate Advt. , : SSS

WARNER—We, the undersigned be so0or Sedan in Al condition and fully|ODly £700 Net. A Good Building Site | Department. 12.10.52—In. Arrives in aid of
through this medium to extend thank | nsured to June 1953. What offers *|#t Maxwell Hill, about % Acre, Going} —————————— Montreal ;
to the Headmaster, Staff and Pupils « ial 3788, Mrs, P. A. Cheesman, io Only 13 cts. Net per sq. ft. It ts — ST. PETER’S DAILY MEAL
the Boys’ Foundation School who sen 5.10.52—3n, ell Known that D. F. de Abreu LEADS WANTED 12 N @ Hi &®
UB Wreaths, cards, letters armed tr othe: et PRICES and MOST DE- _ Entrance 1/-

Ways expressed sympathy with us in} CAR—Hillman convertible Owner a BLE PROPERTYES including SEA~ —
our recent bereavement occasioned by] triven, only done 10,000 miles, a bargain a nearly ANYWHERE. DIAL 3111. oe 12.10.52.—1n.
the death of our beloved son and broth- ] contact Linton Bros. Dial 2023 Call at “Olive Bough", Hastings. HELP _ 4 ;
er Lisle Eric Warner 11.10 30 | —— pe
The Wé RE SUBD ciccesnchhincientbrgearailininilaeiapliniiataiatpiiinieten eee a Pa! ind 1 Situated | at e

——— $$ $$ SAR—1 1947 Morris 8 H.P. 4 door | Brighton, Blac ock, F particulars,| STENO-YPIST--A Lady Steno-typist
WILKINSON—We the undersigned bes | sedan, recently repainted and checked | Dial 3788, Mrs. P. A, Chc man, with knowledge of book-keeping. Good g mer ferther particulars, apply vo— NOTICE
through this medium to return thanks | nechanically Telephone 8408 5.10,52—-3n. | salary paid to the right person. Apply BLAD
to all those kind friends who sent 11.10.52—-2n See enaneneieinaienies _—— | by letter only, stating qualifications, and
wreaths, letters, and sympathised with |__| SY Re agi ee “Arch le" Clap-|enclosing copies of sapeet references. (age tans
us in our sad bereavement caused by CAR—One second-hand MORRIS motor | 24™ Roa rist Church, Government} Only qualified and experienced persons
the death of Martin L. Wilkinson. }car. 8 horse-power. Apply to Messrs, | Water and Electricity installed, for | need apply. THE ANNUAL MISSIONARY 2 Ce.

Oscar Craigg (Father), Gwendolyn] j ‘nN. Pereira & Sons, Rickett Street, | Particulars phone 8346 12.10, 52—3n J. N. PEREIRA & SONS, MEETING
Wilkinson (wife), Leroy Wilkinson phone 5034 YO | Merchants, of The Roebuck St. Moravian ~ ARS. F.V.A.
json}, Elsie Wilkinson (Daughter) asinine db aittladhitisckiiciangiadinit abetted = by aoa nee — Standing on 7,765 sq. ft. of Rickett Street. Ss eee ee be held on Tuesday ?
Gilbert and Fitzgerald Kellmar “CAR -One (1) Chrysler (Windsor) | b@nd situated in Thomas Gap in the par- 10.10. $2—3n fa YOUR ORDER: FOR vext, Oct. 14th at 7.30 p.m. under
(Friends: 12.10.52—1n. | Fluid Drive Automatic Gears in perfect | ish of St. Michael. Apply Mrs. Edith SEND US the Chairmanship of The Hon. Extensive Listings of Good
—_— —— condition. Tyres practically new. Apply | Ritchie. Phone 4436 12.10.52—1n MISCELLANEOUS : fe ~ Sure. i. L Cs Solas Class Property and Land
N ME MORIAM Courtesy Garage. 1.10.52—-12n. LAND—Approx, 19,000 sq. ft. of land GALV. ED ie ers, BA., B.D., Supt. of the 3 y vallable









—_—— at Fitz Village, St. James on the Mai FURNISHED BUNGALOW — American

ARCRER In, loving me memory of my Dear TRUCK—One 1946 5 ton Austin Truck, | Read, a very niee building site Mth family desires to rent on Lease, furnished

go uimord Archer who d@isd-on done 16,800 miles, in good order. Apply 3757, L. M. Clarke, James Street bungalow along the Sea Coast with two
ber 9, 195

(a eS ion [estes ee welll © CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Out of & world of sorrow haan ee TE eal ett | neces 1"- | Refrigerator for one year or over, from

James Street Methodist Church will

give the Missionary Address. FOR SALE
ALL HEARTILY WELCOME
12.10.52—1n. —_———











































into a heaven of rest po “PROPERTY"-One house four bed-| 15th November 1952. Reply: Lionel G.

God must have a beautiful garden Ic rooms, drawing room, dining room,| Lancaster, Constructor Bechtel, Apt. NEW BUNGALOW, LODGE
For He always chooses the best. ELECTRICAL water toilet and bath, kitchen? electric | 155, Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela. LAND, ST. MICHAEL. — We are
Ever remembered by Germaine Archer - ——- | light, 7 thousand sq. ft. land or more. 12, 10.52—7n, instructed to offer this very de-
(wife) Errol, Keith, Frank, (children)! DEEP-FREEZE—American “Coldspot" 9) Apply: William F. Skeete, Upper Bank | —————————————— — . Hello Boys and Girls! sirable home constructed by a lead~-
Dofis, Lucille, Elenor (Cousins), cu. ft. capacity; recently imported, owner | Hali Cross Road. 12.10.52—1n. STAMPS — Accumulations clean un- FS FOS a 7 There's no exeuse nor reason why ing firm of building contractors.
12,10.52—1n. | cannot use due 33 limitation of Oe inmates ,AMNaged used postage eruabe or ronme we can't at eine at The accom ncdation ovides *
aanaeeesieminionsoneitiliiipelibenase tricity. $850. “Lindhaven”, Rockley New PROPERTIES—Dou og; (tions, world's highest cash prices paid, spacious becrooms, w built-in
GKMAN-—In loving memory of our | Rd. 11.10.52—2n | xCitehen, Galvanized: paling. ‘Standing’on {Or will. give merchandise’ in trade, SEE FOR YOURSELVES wa ‘ge drawing room,
dear Mother Mirian Thearesa who died 5,445 sq. ft, of land at Marine Road, a| cameras, watches, pen sets etc. Send DANC ‘E separate dining room, kitchenette
Qct. 6th, 1951 FRIGIDAIRE—English Efectric Frigi-| small Property wood and wall, Gallery, no trash please. Tanglewood Stamps, . { with breakfast room, and large
One year has passed since that sad|daire $510.00 practically new. Phone] Sitting and Dining Rooms. 2 Bedrooms, | 5401 Clarkston, Tacoma, Wash, U.S.A. EAUTY ‘ which will be given by pantry. The gar and servant's
day. 8675 12.10.52—1n. | W.C, & Bath. 5,445 sq, ft. of land Enter- 12.10.83—in,; FOR SPARKLING B MR. KENNETH FORDE quarters are hed. Mains
The one we loved had passed away. prise Ch. Ch. 22,000 sq. ft. of land, ex- ; (Driver of X-110) water and quota of electric light
Ever to be remembered by Viola, Ruth,| ONE H.M.V. 5 Tube Radio, Dial 4618. | cellent Building Site at Maxwell Hill Ch. = at CLUB ROYAL, SILVER SANDS, This property is situated in a new
Waired. Clayton, Allan (shgdren}, Ger-\G. E. Ward 10.10,52—3n Ch chatel House at Britton’s Hill ) CH. CH. and select residential area from

» Daphne, Corteds, (Gra -|—— ———— re aes ) x 12, Shed. 20 x 8; Kitchen, out o rd ‘ which there are fine
dren), Olga Hope (niece) Patrick, Wayne, WASHING MACHINE—(1) One Elec-|and Galvanized paling Laba. teen »)} Committee B.W.U. ‘at Queen's ” CruONDAY Near ink on views of Bridgetown and ihe hare
Robin, (Great Grand) 12..10.52—1n tric Weaning dachies noe’ MINION” | rented. apply & R. Green, St. Law-|}} vest = sna ie % Sees { “DIAMOND RINGS iss bour. The site is very cool and
‘om + | rence or 522 , ae only 3% »
Hn RT—in treasured and fadeless|carries 10 pounds of dry clothes and has | ~ ae "IM by "Ticket Holder Number 609, ee ake The webbiets te aratabie cin eae
mory of our dear daughter, niece |€n electrical wringer. Apply Mr. Corbin "@HOP.As @ going conc. “THE who is asked to call at B.W.U. Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens’ * approx. “% to 1% acres as required
aad grand-daughter Julie Aneta Herbert] at 5136 or 3312 11.10.5220 | JANETTA DRESS SHOP.” For ¢. Headquarters with the ticket and Geotiestea and the price asked is very fair
who fell asleep at the tender age of | —— = are and conditions apply to Cottle, Cattara collect the bicycle. indeed, We can recommend this

4,0on the 10th October, 1951
‘Father who hast gather'd
Our dear little Julie to rest
Unto Thee we yield her
+ Sure Thou knowest best
Ever remembered by
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Herbert
(parents), Doris, Hilda, Elaine (aunts)
Theophilus, Kenneth (uncles) and grand-
parents) 12,.10.52—in

a
KIN—1In loving memory of Char-
lie Peterkin. Killed Oct. 13th 1915
Canadian Army.
“He only! is it not enough?
We leave them all with Him”
12.10.52—1n.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Music, Private Tuition, Hair Dres
done at “Labour Blest", Mahogany Lane
11.10, 62—2n

FOR RENT







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i FURNITURE—New Dinner set rr pieces be BUILDING PLOTS, LODGE
$20; Baby's wardnghe 920; Travelling AUCTION LOT JIS L BAYLEY LAND, St. Michael. We offer 4
Trunk /15. Phone 018 19.99.08 | Sa ee eee i. REALTORS LIMITED |] attractive lots in this new devel-
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By kind permission of Messrs. Mc- Dan ° 2 ‘ opment area, varying in size from
ENEARNE’ :
me einige ines See iin OF wih’ excellent viows, “Water” and
2 p.m. VAUKHALL 14/1938 SEDAN CAR - } OFFERS

good tyres, new battery. Terms cash ‘ood Exe 4 } BOLTON LANE light available.
R. ARCHER MeKENZE. & reise |

BRIGHTWOOD, St. Lawrence. A
11.10. 52-2.

pleasant and comfortable property
By instruetions of th ural Com Art | which mellows nicely with its
s so e nce - it i 4
pany | will sell at Sredieaa pane & But it is also an F |

LIVESTOCK





HORSE-—One Riding Horse. App»
Manager Mt. Standfast, St. James.
10.10,52—3n

NEW BUNGALOW

Known as No. 10, Blue Waters,
and standing on approximately
14,000 square feet of land, com-
prising three bedrooms, one with
dressing-room and toilet and bath
attached, combination drawing and
dining room, separate, toilet and
bath, modern kitchen, two servants







PUPPIES—Pure Bred Aire

and exceilent bathing facilities.
weeks old. Dial 8356

Three bedrooms, living room and
dining room, kitchen, separate
toilet and shower, wide L shaped
verandah looking sea-wards. Sep-
arate garage and servants’ rooms,
Ideal seaside home in a gdod
residential quarter.



surroundings. Own beach frontage
CO, GARAGE TUESDAY 14th at 1 p.m ‘ “ sf
JUDE ARE SEDAN CAR, & FORD The “STAR BUDS” _
pot amaged by FIRE. FORD
MERCURY SEDAN CAR DAMAGED||| DANCE AND THEATRI-
BY ACCIDENT. Terms cash. CAL SCHOOL j
R. ARCHER McKENZIE. \
2%. 10.0540 Enroll you! Classes now





MECHANICAL

BICYCLE—Three Speed Raleigh, 0
good condition, 6 months old, Apply:
W. L_ Rogers, (Rogers Barber Saloon)
over J. N. Goddard 12.10.52—1n

OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-
ible from Stock in various carriafe
widths as follows:—





\ rooms with toilet and bath, garage.
4) | This property can be bought for







a reasonable figure. Please contact
us as soon as possible



CHEVROLET TRUCK — 1938 Model forming for |Children and RESIDENCE, THE GARDEN,

WORTHING — Modern coral stone
bungalow on corner site with
wide frontages. Pleasant garden



and MORRIS SALOON 10 h.p. 1946 Adults. Contact the Princi- a i
HERE'S YCUR Large stone house comprising
upstairs three bedrooms, large
tollets and. baths, one ‘with tub
CHANCE TC SECURE bath and hot and cold water,

gallery, Downstairs: three spare

Model, We are instructed to sell both 1 or Secretar
these damaged vehicles by Auction at ce 7

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the Courtesy Garage on Friday 17th
October at 2,30 MISS JOYCE CLARKE
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with flower beds, lawn, concrete
patio, and number of bearing fruit
trees Accommodation comprises
large living room, covered gallery,
3 bedrooms with built-in ward-
robes, well fitte¢ kitchen, garage
with covered way to house, ser-
vants’ quarters and all usual
offices, All public utility services

p.m :
AUCTIONEERS — JOHN M. BLADON Assistant Secretary
& CO, Plantations Buildings, phone 4640.
12. 10.52—4n MISS PAM POLEGREEN,
rooms, kitchen and shower room,

Under the Diamond Hammer Hastings. Keinforeing Fabrice SEE on cre eetnniey. are

Enquiries to 8S. P. Musson, Son & Co.
Ltd. Dial 3713,







28.9.82—t.0 0

HOUSES



acres of land about 100 yards from

eine ) S Gibbes Beach. This property has

1 have been instructed ta sell by public ———SSSSSsHSsSsSs= ) 3” x 16” Mesh been extensively renovated by the
suction on Tuesday next 14th October at ” "

2 o'clock on the beach at the back of | ©9OOOOOOOS8SO00OO0OO0OO 4 | f . 3” x 12” Mesh

PRAM—One child's pram, Any _ rea-
enable offer accepted. Phone 8132 or
11.10.52—2n

APPLEBY - on - sea St. James. A
newly-built house Has never been



one of the most attractive homes

present owner, and can be had for now available in the medium price



oceupied Four Bed-rooms dining, ‘SINGER SEWING MACHINE—In good ae ri a very reasonable price. Inspec- range.
drawing rooms and verandahs. Modern ¥ ‘ J | Capt. Fergusson’s house, Fontabelle one x 6” x 6” Mesh tion by appointment only
ce eb - Phone 29805. M cc condition. Pwice $80.00 or nearest offer MODERN HOME, St. Peter —

Clarke. 12.10.52—2n.

BABBS PLANTATION HOUSE, St.
Iuey. Ideally situated Apply A. G.

A luxuriously appointed residence,
with four bedrooms, 3 tiled bath-
room, verandah & kitchenette up-
stairs, with garage, servants’

CHURCHILL
bottom. Can be used for fishing o1 Situate at Maxwells Coast Road
towing. Terms structly cash @ comprising three bedrooms with

D'ARCY A, ea ass ae 1%” Mesh; 8-0” x 4’-0” running water, combination draw-



(1) 34 ft. long boat with beam 10 ft. 6 ins 5
Iwner leaving island soon. Phone 8133/ end draft 3 ft. with Bae coppe: REALTORS LIMITED se
vetween 6 and 7 p.m. . , bees Metal



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Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. James o1 . . re Yial 4689 ing and dining rooms, modern yn our opinion this property ‘ts
N. E. Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lucy tr Weg pg alco mowers (ae Oe 11.10,52—-3n ALE ” O3¢., 23¢., 28c. sq. ft. kitchen, toilet and bath, The 3 bedrooms, dining and living
17,9.52—t.f.n . : a | 1 2 : : property is situated in a good’ gaits recs and Seu pul S
SESE SUE ae ae \) residential area with excellent sea pantry, ‘chen, storerooms,
FLATS, ABERGELDIE—One () Three POULTRY UNDER THE SILVER Tieursday, 284 October, 1952 Round Iron bathing. A sound investment at Rerages. | The. grounds arp expert,
Bedroomed op Floor One (1) One — a ee —$—$—$—$——————— 5 HAMMER ) ” ” ” ” ” We a very low reserve price. f ou nm
‘oom. Basement. Appiy to Mr. B.C. | COCKS—American imported Leghorn ‘ At 11.30 a.m, Sizes %”, %”, 56”, %4”, %”, 1 flowering shrubs. Own right of
Field. Dial 4255 9.10.52—4n | Socks nine months old $5 each Poy- BUNGALOW way to sea.
leet chiatry te nouth Rock Cocks $5, Cockerels $i.) . @- Thursday 16th by order of Mr ae > Pviasics tree: by ' RE EEE Siksata «in hockey dew eed
FLAT—Very modern, fully furnished, | ducklings various ages $1.50 up. Young | Jobn Heller we will sell bis Furniture a Sai sefl Mee Aurniture acl a | EE iaaimanding « tagnifcelt view of | RESIDENCE, BLACK ROCK —
seaside flat at St, Lawrence Gap. Tree- | Rabbits. Phone 3071 12.10.52—1n. | “Kingscote” 8th Ave. Belleville wide old effects of bis ure one Meee GENERAL SUPPLIES the. Goll Coutes ungvettucted | 10 Soundly constructed property wita
bound and pleasant surroundings, excel- saibageaen sein includes a well P.aad ist Church, wich the sea. it comprises three bed+ 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, dining
lent seabathing. Gas, electricity and “ CANARIES- Young Cocks ame ene - Rockers, Ornament Tables, Smal! Corn fon des , 2 7 . w t TT oe yuoms, one with built-in cup- room and gallery. On land of ap-
telephone. Apply Maresol Beach Flats. | naking room for imported stock. Apply |e? Cabinet, Morris Chairs, all in Mahag Wing wt Room suite a4 ) boards, drawing and dining rooms prox. 1 acre.
Phone 8406 10.10.52—n | 9 T, Sydney Kinch, Graeme Hall Terrace. | #®¥: Uphols. Arm Chairs; ‘very com ane me? RES CHRD Sey id bath.
—s * 4 fortable) Painted Tables, Ri Chair. settee to seat two, four ash tray modern kitchen, toilet an ath. BUILDING LAND, ST. LAW-
-—-——-—— — hone 8276 10,10. 52—4n , tues, tables, 1 radio table, centre table. Downstairs: Servants’ room with Te
HOUSE—Large seaside upper-store’ ne —|and Rockers; Ottoman; Glass Chima two be . : toilet and bath, garage for two RENCE COAST — Excellent plot
house in St. Lawrence Gap, formerly] PIGEONS—Kings, Homers, Tipplers and | Rugs, Pictures, Singer ‘Sewing Machine we eon two semi-standing aera eka atau feted fos inna ey in good position with wide sea
anown as Battery House, 3 large Bea- | doden Phone Humphrey 4428 or 3691, | lron Bedsteads with springs & Hair Mat amps, dining room table, sit . alee 1 e frontage. Ideal site for sea-side
7 . La eases. C . 5 7 chairs, tea trolley, side table, etc. The property nds on
rooms, Living Room, Verandah, Dining 12.10.52—1n, | tresses, Chair Bed, One 4 x 6 Deep Mat- * approximately 19,000 square feet ww. One of the few vacant
R ian. All modern Conveniences in- | a eee Mattress (practically new). Frigidaire buffet, cabinet, dressing table and end vee , lots available on this popular
« Telephone, Gas Stove, Electric PIGEONS — Tipplers and Modenas | im good ‘working order; Pye Radio: 4 ey ore a wee coast.
Refrigerator, Ideal for large family | shone 8675 . 12,10,52—1n, | 3 and 2 Burner Oil Stoves (Valor & See epee Varale sere tee BUNGALOW \
Phope Maresol Beach Flat 8496 titles Faikes). Kitchen utensils. Cream Fainted TUbNGwany,vinteaes MaitaTae Peeas si to Stall "Terrace NEWTON LODGE, MAXWELL
8.10. 52— POULTRY—24 New Hampshire fowls. | Bedstead & Press; Child's Chest o pogany, MW 0, tuate at Graeme COAST—Solidly constructed stone
\pply Nick Parravicino. Phone 8393 Drawers, Desk, Table, Toy Shelf etc Ere, ne ee pun urance re ee Fe A house containing enclosed gal-
“ OUT" Gibb’s B . St. Peter §.10.52—t.f.n. | Mird. Mahog. Press — Chest of Drawers; 9. $4 , china a IAmMp, 2 prising three ‘ooms Ww! a leries, spacious drawing room and
Mi Aa fully Sumnintied SSRaGeiaw sult "| Limen, Bedspreads and other items 7 ash trays, linoleum, Baby's pram, and baths attached, dining and dining room, and breakfast room,
a for couple, from November 195. MISCELLANEOUS Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash pohopesy 4 a. bp - bd Bee get spear fe 3 bedrooms, 2 garages etc. Lately
c we : : % rails, glass an . e and a nice p: eccupied by U.S. Consul.
iw ah ee ee & CO. toothbrush holders, 5 rugs, 2 mat- a 2 7 east. The property stands on ae * uae
. . ANTIQUES — Of every description ictioneers J tresses, glass shelf, curtains, 2 bed rea €s oO approximately ‘% acre of land. LAND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—On
ie ‘ Chi old Jewels, fine Silve 12.10, 52—2n reading lamps, electric clock, 2 ee fi d with 101 fro t
Chingt Church feom October” As go a lee Early oa Maps. ntad FO SALE —_— alarm clocks, green painted table, EVANTON ideal taste for bucineee
n geo enamel! top table and stool, kitchen vemises. Total area 18,738 ft.
fea bathing furnished, all awaphs ., at Gorringes Antique Sho; aR ae ; : Situate at Top Rock comp’ e Pp je 738 sq. ft.
Solin. "Gana “A mach oe = omy, 2.52—t.f.n mote ‘Weetingt cae apeoker ‘eee three bedrooms, two with ad. BUSINESS 'PREMISES—-DWELL-
Refrig., Garage, Servants’ . enclose tric aut ster iec ing toilet and bath, spare room ING HOUSE, ROEBUCK STREET.
yard. Phone 3309. 20.0. 52-4.» BAROGRAPH—One English Ganaceh, MISCELLANEOUS Ketue Srlaideire, 8 piece conten T 242 * ee that can be used as a breakfast Good situation for retail shop in
Se aang anaes ene us ae ae a Wakes, along ‘with carvers and 4 serving he British Guiana & I rinidad room or children's nursery, living this busy part of town. £2,000.
See, | Maxwells Coast, dial 8542 INDIAN CORN—At Norwood Plantation spoons, 12 liqueur glasses, 12 wine and dining room, kitchen, toilet
stairs Flat 3 bedrooms, Gas and elect: ’ . 12,10.52—2n, | St- James, $6.00 per bushel. g.asses, 12 champagne glasses, 12 and bath with hot and cold water, SWEETFIELD, St. Peter — An
city from November Ist ay es ee 10.10.52—3n cocktail glasses, 12 pony whisky Mutual Fire In ce Co td. Verendah to so one. patio ee spe anne eit of stone.
mi I*z re eee re ee . to the north je oul ontains large room with
lasses, 12 half pint glasses, 1 suran: ;
a ce nga, | Meee GN SS geteicc rene: |, LINED LOBBTERS —A limited auqgti | ® fused" dewert ‘crving ‘owls and ~ L cSmprise "of ervans" room French windows” leading onte
ROOM At Upstuirs Fiat four windows. | ~ ' ae Se a ial ths received by plane on Wednesday. Ki; 12 dessert bowds, au ef one pat- ; } toilet and bath, and a_ large covered verandahs with view of
Furtished or unfurnished with or with | opts the best you can buy. “ |orders on or before Monday noon, witt : garage. Inspection by appointment sea. 3 bedrooms, kitchen, store-
out diet, Two minutes walk to Aquat c | aamlcrs a ee its ‘terved: nt Sinn"iggg' Mtiaims Falrenild | Steet or torn.” ee "bere, ouee- re only, rooms and usual outbuildings,
Club. Good bus service, fram 1 a.m Squia | dial 8666 -52-—1n. tail shaker 2 A bo: garage and servants’ quarters.
nef e bar at " it. shal silver bon .
No, 4 Flats Cifton Terrace, ee Perount ‘Gay Distilleries Ltd. Agents = : ” bon dishes, ner and stand, . COVE SPRING COTTAGE — Approx 2% acres well laid out
near Chelsea Boud r 1.10.62—2n |, LEPTON'S FRENCH COFFEE: ‘2 Ib two cream ‘and suger serving sets 2 5 P t A lovely cottage standing on 2 grounds with right of way over
ne nneranmen cena n Sar aes eerie | NS sold by all good grocers at 70c. is salad spoon and fork, two sweet a ro 1 roods 27 perches of land situate beach.
“ROOSEVELT — Maxwell Const Road COTTON LINT—For stuffing Xmas toys, | “finitely the best and takes less to the dishes, 2 curat sets, butter dish, at St. James Coast having its
Fully furnished including refrigerate t mi suahe ns, Limited quantity-- | CUP than other coffee and there fs 4 toast rack, entre dish, meat dish, own \private bathing beach, and COVE SPRING HOUSE, sT
Telephone and radio. Good sea-bathin = a "Bdos We. op. Cotton Facto coupon in every tin that may he ex. bread board, 2 sets 6 each coffee comprising three bedrooms, with JAMES — an ae ee of the Ge. prop-
priest December. Phage 2284 td. Hardware Dept 11.10,62.-3n | Changed for gift premiums ap featured nt spoons, set of 6 spoons, 6 forks» ivate toilet and bath to main erties on coast with
11, 10.52—21 ToC A cis Se Rates Mei bens the show case at the B'dos Aquatic Club and 1 dessert seiver, set of @ droom, drawing and dining a ccmelteld alk and secluded
By aa tesa CHILDREN'S Floral Plastic Rain coats|#"d John F. Hutson Ltd. Agents. fish knives and forks, © sets of © rooms, European bath with hot bathing beach rv ona tee of
PSHV a E—Bank Hall Main Road. | 2.40 each, Misses’ Plastic Rain coats $3.60 cake forks and cake helper, 2 seta and cold ore ee ne it ee ae wooded
d eee a alee som, | oeh, Ladies’ Rain coats (large size) $3.08 _ a a of 6 butter knives, set of 6 grape- . : . . separate toilet, modern hen and adily
* att eS WL. Clmton sect. Special * Ladies? and Children's en set cae Cnt nas fhuit spoons, 2 sets of 6 teaspoons, For the first time in the history of Fire Insur- and a gallery on two sides. into one of the ~— . %
ere B 2. ait. andkerehiefs 12c. each, The Modern | * ° , comple! set of 6 bread and. butter knives, - The house
Baxjers Road. 12.10.52—1n | ress Shoppe, Broad Street. co ey Masticulats. Dial 5 odd toaspoons, ail of silver, 2 ance business in Barbados have Policyholders WYNDOVER je" possesses
7 j ereces | <= Ce eee 10.10.5230" | 798, Mrs, P. A, Cheesman, 5 10 52—3n Foal Cane | Swene eer eee : eiorlooking the very begutitul .
CREPE RE NOPE RORS | cont — radi, tuilor-madc, Wink") SUBSCRIBE pow to the Rally Telegreoh.|$ "ERM: | Iarwe ‘chine ornament received ack any'pest’ Of the seen ae Fee ST. emmodiows home, with 3 bed-
= _. | England’s leading Daily Newspaper now , . ie ; ie va a5 rooms, large room, wide
i rs UE. y Something different and | rlving in Barbados by Air omly a few 1® dinner set consisting of 2, men by them. This is possible when you Insure Sate Rastolly, sevens oes ane verandah with good view, kitchen,
: NOTICE STUK — the one and only white | lays after publication in London. Contact) & dishes, i/large 1/small, 8 dinner ‘ yeoma, dining room, living room, pantry, servants’ quarters and
OLD WARRISONIAN Soctery | lguid glue Quick Drying, colourless, eek ais Mee ee plates, 8 soup plates, 8 bread and with us, as we are a Mutual Company. Con- modern toilets and baths with hot storerooms. Good situation near
There will be an open Day at H.¢ conomical 11,10,52—2n | Rep . : "ae 4.09-—-t.2.n butter plates. 3 breaktast piates i and cold water. Large veras Golf Course £4,300.
for all Old Boys on Thursday, Octol« ———_——— et 4. s. 3 vegetable dishes with covers, 7 1 . * Poli Extensive outbuildings including a
= ; “We are sell ae se! aon sequently all Fire and Comprehensive Polic 5 roome, COUNTRY HOUSE, CHRIST
1 Boys Cricket Match 12.30 sas tars wate Gade Facey Seulaned _ StUK GLUE For the Workshop, Home Cun ape see Se eaceie ” ¥ : P x inchs, SRE two eee ana CHURCH — Beautifully appointed
Tea: 3.15 — 4.15 t these prices. Cloth is down, but | end Office STUK has secured a Arm ploce. saucers and 6 ‘unch plates, 4 tea- holders share in the profits of the Company. has been extensively renovated by residence with singularly attrac-
Z * ave fr tack: t Always ask for STUK 11.10.52--2n 7 tive and unusual features situated
ktails: 5.45 to 7 p.m jardware is rising rom lacks cups, 3 saucers and 6 luneh plates, the present owner. ali ‘weeded Sane 6
All.O.H. who will be attending ar Yardlieys Agricultural forks. Chandlers | —————— Hat wire sandwich plate, sugar bowl and in w iz Fos ged
asked to ety the Secretary by Monda ware, Phone 4024 12.10,52—1n ena = ae ess a gnc milk jug. cut gines fruit bowl, 5 ; \ HOMEMEDE Seeman at @ ainine soothe’ seadiy
1th ot ten ey ae “ cut glass vases, mahogany fruit i i i Situate in the Garrison, St " : : e
eee SUBSCRIPTION 5/- TANTERNS-Pressure burns kerosene. | together. Not even necessary to | set bowl, sendbath, kha -6-Tanien Te We do not charge high premiums in order to Liekasl’ comprisita, foun bed- Serandaie, “Fela, 3 lars Bede
S. GÂ¥YTTENS, Veritas, Primus, Optimus and spare] trap, \ ad yiece breakfast set with tea cos: * coms, combination living and ~
> ‘s H’ » |Chandiers H'ware. Phone 4024 f ¥ r windows, tiled English type baths.
> Hon. Secretary _ rts, Stove parts. Chandlers H'ware en 12. 10.82—1n to match, 2 piece dressing table do this profit sharing. Our rates are the same dining rooms, separate toilet and Koh dnd one weber Sh Dutariaeiae,
hd 28.9.52—3n | Phone 4024 12,10,52—1n ret, 5 three piece dtessing table bath, kitchen with built-in cup- kitehi butler’ tr d laun-
: ZS) WIRE — For wreaths and Artificial] @ {tts (° Dicce Aine teed, linen as those of our Competit Doards, verandah the whole length Kitchen, butler’a pantry and laun-
oe = |) see dowers. imported cut in lengths Chand; buffet set, all embroidered, linen petitors. of the building: The outbuildings kitehy completely tiled with
i Somer. | een Pot cake, tea ¢ loth and 4 napkins, linen tray comprise two servants rooms with teats deel aoe cs ee watt
< b “ cloth, tre piece, cork mats, fry- da e for two .
) x . 38:4) fei ing pan, 3 saucepans, scale, large — ae move Soper? stands cupboards made to the highest
1 4 pyrex dish, 3 pyrex pie dishes, ae. Sc mately 7500 square feet standard. Two closed and two
: : POSS |S OPS Seuctable, dish with cover, of land. This house has gas and open garages, stables, 4 servants’
8c er lb ) ) LEARN TO EARN enamel jug, thermos flash, bread no electric rationing Inspection rooms with usual offices Con-
. oc. Pp : ) Thousands of L.SIC. Students tin and 4 tins to match, sugar oom. by appointment only siderable number of mature fruit
sth { ‘ shout the British Bmpire bottle, breadboatd and knife, dust ® 7 trees, guava, banana, sugar apple,
rel Will members of the Sareugeey n° thate salaries pan and broom, mortar and pestle, t A eaaat pears, limes, orange, soursop,
DUTCH ONICNS Alliance Franeaise de la Peraagh "sudying our easy mixing bowl, ironing board, plas- , aaron cic. as mango,
H ‘bade as ifv S tic and rubber hose, garden clip- io. ® paw paw
: i} Bar bade please notify : the courses ( BOOK meres aac are rubber béae, garaan Gp. REALTORS Limit pews Se. sete ee
12c. per Ib. Secretary — Telephone 2015 SRTTATION, COMMERCIAL © table, mat, Barometer, odd spoons, | flanked with casuarina and ma-
Soe eis = Friday, TAW, ECONOMICS, ete. Reduesd Hi fire; “tives books and mage: 9] e Lower Broad Street REAL ESTATE AGENTS ny ae
is } ctober ith o 1eilr per- fees to overseas students plo- ® vines : ss
At sonal seauir : Re ded. Prospectus free— ; TERMS CASH AUCTIONEERS oe
)) Sone quirements for Re- mas awarde p
ms T ; ‘ } ON SCHOOL OF f /ALUERS
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ho 11 Swan Street. i} |)) served Tickets ft ' rr REALTORS LIMITED 3?) 151/182 ROEBUCK STREET Plantaticns Building
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na 36u72 Gold Suet Ring 86855 Ladies! It'G. W. Watch
* ; ‘ “i * 36105 Gent's r. Wat 58 2 Gold Bangles \
: ee ON ‘TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, lith and 16th October, 1952, 36120 Gold ‘Stene’ Rea" 36859 2 Gold Rings Your Horoscope
, es we will hold a Pawnbroker’s Sale at our Rooms, 17 High Street, when 36)93 Gen Ring 36861 Gent’s C. W. Watch . |
nd the following items left in pledge with HOLDER BROS., of Swan 36140 Gold Necklet 6891 G, Necklet, G. Bracelet)! 1
Street, and are overdue will be sold. a 2 G. Earrings; 2 G. Rings) Would you like to know without an: |
reet, a Q 36162 Gold Stone Ring Ladies’ R. W. Watch ‘cost what the Stars indicate for you, sorve
3 gle. rlee of Yr past experiences, your strong 1
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Feb. 1950 Nov. 1950. ; 36181 Gold Ring 6 E.P.N.S. Teaspoons {) test PREE the skill of Pundit Tabo:e
pete 34162 Gold Ring /36287 Gent’s C. W. Watch 36975 a Stone Ring enciely Sener
| 37033 Gold Signet Ring S4170 Gold Necklace ana Pens, 36250 Gold Ring | 36981 Gold Ring yay '
37055 Gent's R.G.W. Watch dant. “, 36271 Gold Ring 42641 Gold Signet Ring | ' {
37069 Gold Bangle Ring 36291 Gold Watch Chain 42658 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch ' em
| Saas on Signet Ring * +1563 Gold Ring 42674 Gent's R. G. W. Watch : OLD FAVOURITE MEDICINE i
March 1950 34280 Gold Ring 41569 2S. Bangles: G. Brooch 442688 Gold Necklace & pendant : © JEVES CONSTIPATION '
| 97083 Ladies’ R.G.W. Watch | 34339 ~Gold Ring 11573 Gent's BR. G W. Stop [42699 G. Necklet and Pendant re oe vot meet
on por s . 34337 Ladies’ W. Watch. Watch . . 2: Signet Ring. predictions : doa tants ton ania nave Seas Pomel !
f seen . $aaeg eld Ri ie 42708 Camera. A Eo Bihar ood. digestion: regularity. ‘Dr, Ako
37121, Gold Stone Ring 34347 Gold Signet Ring ian y talon — 42719 Gold Ring. Htantatmed in’ his I dian toy ie epedabie abyent-ofd
| 27138 Gent's R.G.W. Watch 34427, Gent's C. W. Watch / 41625 Gold Rin 42731 Camera. |\orescope on | remedy. (wien tte toecial vegetable Ingee-
37169 Gold Ring 34479 Gold Necklet } rae 42754 Chiming Clock. }Pusiness. Specu- tue eyatemn right and regular. See how mie 1
ies’ ing ation, Fin es better you feel tomorrow.
87189 Ladies’ K.G.W. watch) |9412 Gold Necklet 41007- Golt Rene Pine 42767 Camera. ratio cs, : i
pr. Go angles $9444 Gold Rin: } : 42775 d Ring. I riends, Enemies,
G. Brooch; Gem. Ring | | 39492 Ladies’ C’ W. Watch signe, Sat eae 42792 Gold Neckiet and Pendan* jae | oR. :
| 37248 Gold rae .~ = 39505 Gold Ring 41685 Gold lame: Ring 42797 Gold Reckist and Pendant +s, Changes, tt ; ’
| 37284 Gent's C.W. Watch 39509 Gold Necklace 41709 ; 42819 Gold Bangle. Fines Sicknes: i I
| 37295 Gold Ring 39512 Gold Ring 41734 2 Gold Berrings 42856 Gent's R, G. W. Watch, | ee ee tnaed educated people ve || JANDIAM ;
} ) 7 |37301 Gold Ring 39517 Gold Necklace and Pene | 41746 Gold Signet Ring 42858 G. Necklace and Crucifix wid ove GEORGE MACKEY, a New |4 ROOT 1
| 37 Yor » yes Tabore must possess
cor teeaaencae nae ee herd swebeny-we > Sewer a |57306 Gold Signet Ring 39534 Gold ‘Rin: tigse: Seng Gee Ring Sze1) 2 Gold Earrings; 6 Tea-| me sort of seconaciaut ae A :
Coll Liste Peliew Lipson ee ce aaenn piles eee 27317 Gold Ring 39576 Gold Ring sian = Gola tines spoons. na vou FREE aise’ helen eaters bbe i TRUSTED REMEDY 4
; ; re pe 42881 Gent's C. W. Watch. It vou forward him your full : 4 FOR OVER tt
So er age Saat aes one ae cae | Ao te a roy 98 a Ge se ee aN Se |
> ’ a79R7 : . money wanted or Astrological work “ :
on ia tenia owe sane (ta Gattne, . Ba Soe Setse Salt TOE ing | test Geta iene Mins. Gabe eae EE
ee eee ae eee nen ee Sa serieing wes crumbed. | 37272 Geld Signet Ring 34534 Gold Necklace pe te ee faeces Gold Blenet Ring qmials and other interesting Vices 1 COMSTOCK'S WORM PELLETS ;
|37470 Gent's R.G.W. Watch 34588 Geld moe } 36380 Gold Bangle 42917 Gold Necklet, Rocsiiato OF Rie’ Mtauevente 1). maa by the makers of Dr. aotis Pile 8
Ff : . 37477 Gold Ring ' old Ring 42921 Gold Ring. and vous aieire. Wits now ad this oar | | Scr’. wus praveeien ie eras
Shaw’s Memorial 37531 Gent's R.G.W. Watch eens eae wo aa 36402 Gold Ring 42927 Golq Ring. [may mot, be made again Addiess. fees ee |
| 34646 Gold Rin , 36411 Gold Stone Ring 42939 Gold Ring. | Porjett Street, Bombay 26., India, Po: tage Re
@ From Page 7 | May 1950 4671 Gold Idet Ring 36441 ~G. Necklet & Cross 42944 Gold Ring. lto India is 4 cents. : ee
catia 37629 Gold Bracelet & Ring 34692 Gold Ring rat a ene rad = os aes Ring. — Z
wills tawdry works ‘wili_disap- AFI (31663 Gold Iden. Ring S478 Gente HG. w. Watch 3098 G Necklace & pendant | Sauee ‘Gola > : : 3 . 800. en: ng 42 0 *
oe te ae ea ines ad Bie SS SORE “woven toes Sold Rin fame Sart tg watscus. || CULTURED PEARLS
dead as their tombstones. . | 37694 Gold Necklet & Cross 39765 Gold Ring ame Sacre 42979 Gent's C. W. Watch.
I was wrong about August In Carlisle Bay |37751 Ladies’ R.G.W. Watch 39834 Gramophone | 91800 Gola Mine on en oe IMITATION PEARLS
supplying no theme for the i olsen Faia ur, |37752 Gold Ring 39849 Gent's RG. W. Watch aad gene Sianet ming 42983 Gold Ring.
jo 4 Schooners:— Everdene, n —| Y Fin, ice tenon ar ie Levee Rocka Re Muke SHtT C BY was See So He tbe Site ae tn a BY CIRO OF LONDON
lands towards the end of the Maria “Stella, Wonderful Coumselior, 37778 Gold Iden. Kine 39879 Gold Iden. Ring aes Gel Stone Ring oe BICYCLES, ETC. nae
Of golden senha ae en "nacter Vesstio ates bine. 7. 9. tosan, | 31909 GoW! Wen. Ming Jan, 1981 41985 Gold Ring ve 41903 M.7747—July 3, 1951. THE LUSTRE OF THESE PEARLS IS MAGNIFICENT
of golden sunlight on the hills, * “DEPARTURES np. |37811 Gent's C.W. Watch a, : 42039 Gold Signet Ring $6821 M.7144—Sept. 11, 1951.
NOW let us turn to other things. s.s_ jtonian Leader for Paramaribo 37818 Gold Necklet & Pendant) 7 ri 44750 -9254—Oct. 8, 1051 < 4 :
f . sa rt 34758 2 Gold Earrings 42074 Gold Ring LADIES. LOVE THEM
ee ago . as eeebeh 2 Sie Meet Partner for Dominica Gold Ring ' 134762 2 Gold Bengles 42087 Gold Ring 43106 iro vey “ vr f
an (we can’t keep television “Spuplc, 37863 Gold Iden. Ring 34775 Gold Ri 44884 M.1891—Oct. 19, " |
Out of this column to-day) ace "Sel ie Samste. 37875 Gold Ring 34103 Gold Ring (4202 Go Newiet & pendant [46078 Milot0—Oct. 81,1951 TO BE OBTAINED ONLY AT
mee se to — singularly eawhid 37890 Gold Stone Ring ate tas Nec .* ‘ 42132 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch a - Sah Pies. 5 LOUIS L BAYLEY i
enlightene jorou, oO UA From Puorte Rico; 10.10 52 34840 . ugget Necklace 42145 Gold Ring 43 : ase. ' ; i
gate to open a Conservative fete. “(y"" pomingo. “ce White, B. Marrias, | 3Ume 1950 ‘ pendant 42146 Gold Rin 43556 M.7133—Dec. 4, 1951 n iy
As usual Elizabeth was look- 4° Sprott, J. Bari, A. Ashby * |37972 Gold Ring 34870 Guitar 8 45765 M.8854—Jan, 7, 1952. . v
ing as cool and as graceful as a "rem Jamaica: 10.10.82 37973 Gold Pin ; 34888 G. Necklace and pendant! Aug. 1951 42036 M.2386—Jan. 17, 1952. | OF )
bottle of hock © Meteaite G. Gvern tt ene, Metealte | 38553 Gold Signet Ring 34925 Gola Signet Ring 16042 M.1969—Jan, 28,’ 1952 Em -& AQUATIC GIFT SHOP \
. Mete: \ re = = 7 : 2 ‘ . > . | ° / j z q
But for a few minutes we stole From Autigua: to 10 2)" M¥t. | Se067 Gold Signet Ring 34951 Gold Bangle | $0518 Gold Ring [46074 M.9293—Jan. 30,’ 1952. i BOLTON LANE Phone 4897 \
way to attend the hundredth ». Bonny, J. Blackburne, Dr, #. |58100 2 Gold Rings — 34984 Gold Ring 6648 G. Necklace & pendant; | eo) MM .5611--Feb. 1, 1952. Phone 3909 {
birthday celebrations of Mrs. Free a 5 10m 38117 Gold Stone Ring 34992 Gold Necklet; Gold Gold Signet Ring 46344 M.9387—Feb. 23, 1952 jl =:
Jane Avery Hunt. She had re- C''skeete, C. Hanson, G. ‘Skeete, p, |38128 Camera Bangle | 36698 Genis C. W. Watch 44370 M.4534—Feb. 27, 1952, ;
ceived a _ telegram from the Lindahl, £. ‘Williams | July 1950 35005 E.P.N.S. Butter Dish; 6 36710 Gold Signet Ring t 46432 M.2008—March 6, 1952.
Queen and was enjoying every- F*e™ Trinidad: 10.10.m | See : Teaspoons | $6728 Gold Iden: Ring 52841 X.1282—April 9, 1952. |
. A. E. Watson, A. Betancourt, A. C 38181 Gold Ring }
thing with decorum yet satisfac- yin, w. ‘Egolt, F. Soni RY pie 38198 Gold Bangle 35042 Gold Ring | 36731 Gold Watch Chain 5301) G.1630—April 28, 1952. SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES
tion, There was much liveliness Pici, Hon. H." Robinson, K MeCowln; | 39901 Gold Necklace ) 35115 Gold Ring a: | Sorel Gold Ring , 53508 M.10452—June 9, 1952. |
to the party lead by her eldest 1. K Bayne. R_ Blades, A. Frampton, | 2 Gold Rin, ( 35138 G. Bangle; G. Iden. Ring | 42171 Gold Iden. Ring 47343 M.9266—June’ 10, 1952.
THE gvand old “Indy” has 17 © 5" seeanronyy. (38208 Ladiew AGW. Watch [89980 Ladies. W. Watch" 42173 Gold Bangle 62005 M.6076-—June 17, 1082 THE
i grand old lady has 17 DEPARTURES |38219 Gold Ring ent aot Ring 42257 G. Necklet & pendant 53605 M.6976—June 17, 1952. | :
, 28 grandchildren, about Fer Trimtasa 9.10 52 hee i o ng : 47482 X.2516—June 20, 1952.
60 . D. Thorne, S. DeLima, F. DeLima, v, | 38266 Gold Signet Ring 40036 Gold I den. Rin 42273 2 G. Baby Bangles | ’
great-grandchildfen, and 20 popoy De Lind? DeLima, v. | i g : 53760 M.8990—June 30, 1952. |
ee enan. anson, J. | 38310 Gold Signet Ring 0048 Gold Signet Ring 42278 G. Ring; G. Brooch
fin amas pete panne gld Toe Aide b 16.06 38341 Gold wy J RS 40076 Gold Ring 42289 Gold Ring 44973 Camera with Tripod—Oct,| 4
i" » M. Hotine, T. Hawkins, M. Maliett, 28386 Sewing Machine 40078 Gold Ring 42326 Gold Ring 5 c |
© +e we asked for her U.. Joseph. F. Harlow, E. Henry. . 38401 Gold Signet Ring 40086 Gold Rin 42348 Gold Brooch - 46255 Camera—Feb. 14, 1952. LIMITED.
secret. “I was born a cockney,” “c “wnete:," 10 Tlaivete; i Stewart, | 38466 Fluorescent Lamp 40115 Gold Neckiace; 2 Silver 42349 Gold Ring Sewing Machine—Dec, 3,
she said, “and London’s ‘a M. Stewart. | a | Aus 1950 nia aa o t Ring | aaae be pon Pie ss pe a aaah * oa .
. DEPABTURES . - -9 a om 0. gne n | 0 gn n 5 ewing Machine—Dec, 19, -acistered ‘ i 903.
healthy e+ always "ue FOr wrinided: 10.1060, i 33236 4 Gold Bing: 2 Ss Sein 40196 3 Gold Riags |42452 Gold Ring 1951. Registered 3 April, 1
remember making up parcels Gooding. R.’Hiil x. Murver An ig 0, | Earrings, ia |42474 G. Brooch; G. Ring 45851 Sewing Machine—Jan, 12,' : ;
for the troops in’ the Crimes,’ \. Gule, “J. Dear. 8. Abratame a | tiles eee ane February, 1951. 42477 Gold Ring 1952, ais The Company invites public subscriptions at par
Then like small children we foods, Re Roodal P: Lapse owas, | 38275 Gold Mecklace 85178 G. Necklace and pendant 42528 Gold ne 4410¢ Sewing Mochine—Feb. 7,') fo. FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE
Of he aidan, Beene Te SMe 2 Berne, B Seems. Sites Gold: Signet ee $5204 Ladk a G. Necklet & Cross 44217 Electric Machine SHARES of £1 each of an intended issue of £50,000,
of the garden fete, MM Polenta’ f° Mowstt, R. King, m, | 33890 Gent's RG.W* Wateh 35224 Ladies K. G. W. Watch | Toe Gort tw Renn eee. athe. ‘
1 adios: 2, deren > Wk, CP nioak, sasie Sas Ring 35269 Gold Ring 42580 Gold Ring 63039 Singer Sewing Machine. This issue forms part of an authorised capital of
Australia Wants "Ben, "Boon, "Boon". "Moore, | Sage Golds MIME. cet watch] set Genre W. Watch 42614 3 Gold Rings May 2, 1952. ‘ £ 100,000 of FIVE PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES
tr pene hist Sib and Chain 35306 Gold Ring | SEPTEMBER, 1951 53076 as Wea achine. carrying a fixed cumulative preferential dividend at
a : 1 assiah, E. Sealy, V. . 353: Cc. a } ‘ f 5 Tr 2 or t apita
Changed Meat Policy Aitsopp, E. Harrin &’” Bourne’ |” Fi gente Goi Bins. 35336 Gent’s R. G. Pocket Watch | 36796 Gold Signet Ring 53183 Sewing Machine—May 15, {{ the rate of five per cent. per annum on pe -
grim, W. Pilgrim, S. Pilgrim, 1. Greaves, 38621 Gold Ring and Chain 36797 G. Necklet & pendant 1952. ; for the time being paid up thereon, and ranking bot!
Auaretiee bo a ean edplres teen a ibesclaanbeiibin 38689 Gold Ring 35386 G. Necklace and pendant | 36831 Gold Ring 46655 Radio.—March 29, 1952. | as regards capital and dividend next after the 35,000
John McEwan, said in the House Wadied | tinad atl ia | soba, 1960 — = See rs Ay article can be raieanue before ihe day of sale, exiating six per gent. prevereces anne es econ
of Representatives today that both Unite ingdom rationing @ i 40272 Gold Ring Sale 12.80 o'clock TERMS CASH. to the authorised capital of 200,000 ordir ary shares o
an ol he eens. Govers, ane ink eee ae ee | 33413 Gold Ring 40273 2 Gold neues BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO {1 each, of which 150,000 shares have been issued.
ments desired to retur : + ? 33415 Gold Ring 40334 Gold Iden. Ring ’
trader to trader selling of meat British Government does not see 33421 Gold Ring 40335 Gold Ring Avstionesrs. “orms of application for shares and particulars of
but there was no prospect of an the prospect of an early revision. 33429 Goldst Ri 40352 G. Necklace; G, Nugget : Forms of appli j i
early change. “But both Governments hope it 33438 Gold a Rin ‘ Fcbaetes ’ ‘ , GOVERNMENT NOTICES | the issue may be had on application to the Seeretiry.
The contract with Britain per- will be brought about. 2G Nantes G. Barcingst 40377 Ladies’ C. W. Watch ;
mitted this, he said, but “due to —UP. Shiva ay ’ ; , Watch Rn tua } The subscription list will open on the thirteenth
$3478 Gold Ring preee, eaC e»Y % NT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 1g puoeere I
33524 Camera GOVERNMENE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL vena (y Gay of October 1952 and close at 12.00 noon on the
33548 Gold Necklace March, 1951. Visitors’ Day at G.I Schools will be held on Wednesday 22nd eighteenth day of October, 1952
33551 Gold Ring 35487 Gold Iden. Ring October, 1952, from 12 noon until 6 p.m. and an invitation is Cxtended R 7 )
4 33501 Gold "ting 35490 as Bing parents of the pupils, members of the general public and persons By Order of the Board, wi
ANGLICAN 11 a.m. Divine Service, 7 p.m. Divine 1 i oe ng interested in social welfare, . T. G. McKINSTYI
20 . : - sryic. > , hs - e. t ‘ ares t x
nde Sam. Choral Bucharist: 11, am inter. ten change. an ese es 33031 a. Shaner tien oil ta tadies RG. Ww. Waten®'| © “Articles of handicraft, plants and animals will be on view. Secretary.
Matins ‘and Sermon, 3 p.m Sunday ECKSTEIN—-10 a.m ene ing |33658 G. Necklace & Pendant 5 Ladies'R. G. W, Wateh.); , = The School Band will render a programme of selected music,
Rehosl. ¥ P-m>. Bvenens and Brvniny: Si vise. ‘fev, hn. Welton tamer |e Gold Brecelet Gi 3871 Gent's GC. W. Watch 4! ee ee 12.10, 52. JAMES atete. Preacher “OX HILL—11 a.m. Divine fees oe 2 Gold Sersinie’ - 5 35712 Gold ‘Ring mee at : aan James Street.
Rev. G. Marshall. $ p.m. Sunday School, Preacher, Rev: 1. R. Summers, 3 p.m. |33685 4 Gold Studs; 2 G. Links( | 35715 Gold Ring DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Pa :
ve a2 Erencher: eee, J. Farley. | Re E. W. Weekes, Minister in charge. | Gold Ring; G. Brooeh § |35720 Gold Ring Vacancy in the Elementary Teaching Service LOO OOOH CPOE LOPE
day, Thureaeee and Friday at 7.30 p.m.) ae “ ace re: , am 33686 Gold Necklace & aemnce 40482 Gold Signet Ring Applications are invited from teachers (woren) with at least 10 * »
PA —! a.m ev C Nurse, | ; S es : i s oP tgs
Towers BADD. 'p a. ee “Rela Divine in charge. ° it 33604 Gold stone Ring oe ross owe years’ teaching experience for the Headship of the St. Ambrose Girls % >
se D., ‘ ‘ ° nis . |
pW HITE HALL 90 Ys m! Mr. “G THE ST. NICHOLAS EptscoPAaL 28703 Gold Necklace & Pendant] 40559 Gold Necklet «ston Sehool, St. Michael. s LATEST >
"MEMORIAL—9.30 a.m. Rev. F. ‘7 | 33718 2 Gold Rings 40573 Ladies’ R. G. W. Wate The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate . %s x
ravens aes 2 Sai WELCHES SoADett oo Matins and | 98722 Gents’ C.W. Wateh \ 40576 goig Bing | A of the Department or exemption therefrom. )% &
fe a.m 3s. r * . ‘4 »
" BN SALER@ OD aioe dae. |e. BAmagee, T Arm. evansons and Sensors] 3o0 oes mae : Gold Bangle Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head | % >
MeCalister, 7 p.m, Rev. F. Lawrence (S). Deaconess C. Barrow; Minister in charge, 33748 Gents’ C.W. Watch Gold Signet Ring Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools, is %
SPEXGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Mr. G. M. 7.30 p.m. Tuesday; Everting Prayers and | 99956 Toadies’ R.G.W, Watch 40721 Ladies’ Gold W_ Watch Candidates who have already submitted application forms in |‘ v
Marville Address; Preacher the Rev. L. Bruce 33760 Ladies’ R.G.W, Watch . Gent’s R. G. W. Watch : ; . te <
8 9:90 o.m. Mr. 3. E: Barnett Ces cpa enwect. Wal be mane 38795 Gold Ring G. Necklace & Cross | respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac-| % g
BETHESDA—. r ves aul’ o e a ‘ i . lac —| i a .
EBENEZER emmevre cone Chapter 1 verge a a ae 38803 Ladies’ Silver Bracelet } April, 1951 | companied by a recent testimonial. All pay sr fae 1% *
.m. . 0. H, M ot e ‘a 5. | . . » be ained|%
‘ TORNEBER—11 0.02. ee os eet mica ; gor aoe. ies 35739 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch | ™&8ke application on the appropriate form whic may ” obtaine > >
BEULAH—11 a.m. Mr. G. C. Reid, THE ST. JAMES NATIONAL | 3880 ord Signe ng 35754 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch | from the Department of Education. All applications must be en- 13 %
: cuneweBURye il em Rev. S. W. C ears 7 p.m 38846 Gold : 35829 G. Necklace and Pendant. ! closed in envelopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left | % 8
Crosse, Sacrament rt Lord's Supper racenne shi Sesane presto for bot 38855 Gold Iden. Bracelet 36845 wae. aw Wateh hand corner and must reach the Department of Education by Satur- ~ FROM >
1s plate iccer Services, the Rev. J. B, Grant, L h 35846 cme day 18th October 1952, Candidates are warned that canvassing may | > ¥
RI 9 a.m. Rev. S. W. C. Crosse, irinieter in charge. 5 p.m. Monday; 38862 Gold Brooc 40831 2 Gold Rings . .
7p.m. Mr, G. Forde Wednesday; Friday; training for Youths; | 38088 G. Ring; G Signet Ring 40848 Gold Bangle lead to their disqualification, & 4
All Sunday Schools at 3 p.m. ; sted by the Rev. L. | 38968 Gold %
BETHEL CIRCUIT ee Pera theists Bantort “ata 40858 Gold Ring 12,10,52,—1n Be %
BETHEL—1li a.m. Rev. T. J. Furley eae eree ssistn 38970 Gold 40900 Gent’s R. G. W. Watch 1%
7 p.m. Rev. G. Marshall Mys, Clas srowbe RCH 38981 Gold Ring 40930 Gold Ring 1%
DALKEITH—i1 a.m. Mr. H. Grant, AME. CHU 38988 Gold Rin , PART ONE ORDERS 1% 3
, ‘ ' SOLLYMORE ROCK—ll am. _Ex- i 40943 Ladies’ C. W. Watch | %
1 pera ts Furley (Juvenile position: Exodus. XT. a 2e ee 38990 2 Sauerae Earrings | 40047 G. Necklace; 4 Gold Ring | \% : oe
ah ae L Shae TE ry. eae Teeviees Mintslars Rev. E. A. Gilkes, Sho12 sents R.G.W wateh >. Genas; ie Barring: MAJOR C. E p| WEATHERHEAD ‘3 . . z
7 p.m. yers. § < meet 34 “GW. ies § EP, |
SOUTH DISTRICT—9 a.m. Mr. I oer 39018 G. Necklace & Pendant | : J COMMANDING, 3 e
ra . VATION ARMY ot Ring THY. BARBADOS REGIMENT : te 4 ; i.
“PROVIDENCE “Ii a in. Rev P. Vivien, ri Oowan 11 a.m, Holiness Meet- Gold Brooch j i008 2 t G. W. Watch ISSUE No. 27 ? 1oocr s | state that due to the need of space for displaying their .
Holy Communion. 7 p.m, Mr, C. Jones. ing. 3 p.m. Company Meeting pm. | 39035 Gold Rin, 41 " ; at -to-the minute Textiles and other Dry =
VAUXH, a.m ¥. Vivien. ‘Salvation Meeting. Major & Mrs. W 39044 Gold N et } PARADES TRAINING new stock of up ‘ “TE xy
Holy Communion, 7 os: G. Harris. Morris, Divisional Commander: sas | 39063 Gold Bangle i Gold z } 2 “ Tanks will parade at the Garrison at 1700 hours on Tonite 3 oH 5D ~ Goods Merchandise, they have decided to eae. x
VIAN +EW: ’ = ” re _, oly | yf © M.C le mu A . ; . . 7.
nave Morning ing "3 pm, Company Meeting. 7 pm. | 30084 Gold Ring a Bangles a houshe srithe the Boat ismadinnely otnrtey’ 18 Oct. 52 is the last OUT their entire stock of CHAIRS & HERCULE *
rian Meosenet nee BE Wer, Tym pelvaion Mecies or Captain F 39066 2 Gold Rings pt canis mc W. Watch available day for this course to be fired CYCLES whict upy far (oo much space at the §
Service, Preacher: Rev. E. E. New, 7 p. alyation 3 “j< < 's 3 = 4 j or is course to G ‘ . . "S which oce py a t s é
Evening Service, Preacher: Rev. E. E. Campbell. 11 am. |39070 Gold Ring 41121 _ W. Watch es in the 1952 A.M.C Rifle report to Capt. L, C. Banfield on thé 3
New. (Missionary Meeting on Tuesday, BRIDGETOWN CENTRAL: 11 4m. |Â¥ 3 iniature Range on Thursday 16 Oct. 1952 at 1709 hours. Coys will do train moment. %
Oetoder I, a.m. Morning Service, ieutine. Er Salvation Mecting Tee | aooae Radio” May, 1951. Be ‘oe will be “tring the AMC Mipren on Mondayr, Wednesdays. e 1 1 g
: ipepper, fo n ae vet 17 52 ee a. et . srcules Cycles, colours
Preacher: Mr. D. Culpeppe wee By a WO eas i1a.m. Hon. | 39103 Gold Ring 35894 Gold Ring ba Citegs of gocn week wef 17 Oct it To Clear are: 6 Re adater eae Bag in “450.00 es Ys
vice, Preacher Mr S. Weekes ness Meeting. 3 p.m oe - | Oct. 1950 895 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch There will be a conference for all Active Officers on ‘Thursday 16 Oct 52 at Biue and Maroon former y h, ea : 5 . 2
FULNECK—11 a.m. Morning Service, ing 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. Sr. | ine Gold Necklet and Cross yee hours 2 Carrier Hercules Cycles, Biack. %
7 p.m. Evening Service, Preacher: Mr. Major T. Gibbs. : Holiness | 33779 Gold 35951 Gold N ‘ LL PAMPHLETS man 1 naent: Mami bled ae a aes bX » $84.00 each >
W. St. Hill SPEIGHTSTOWN: 11 a.m Meeting. | ' ‘0. 3 Watcl All instruciors and N.C.O's who have been issued rae my amp ae ot formerly $120.00 each now $84, t . y
MONTGOMERY — 7 p.m Evening Meeting. 3 p.m Company ne. 33869 Ladies’ R.G. W. h 36012 Ladies’ C. W. Watch the B’dos Rest rust return thern by Sat 18 Oct in exchange for new prim 2 =
Barve. Toe: Mr. 2 ae pene ee eee 33886 Ladies’ R.G. W. Watch 1143 Gold Necklace 3 100 unpolished Bentwood Chairs usually S
DUNNCCR a= 9.3. Syetine Perea) 8. eee Holines: | 33928 Gold Tie Slide 1165 2 Gold Rings , ee Re : Rifle Meeting during October. 1 ee ‘ine at $5.00 each .
On ae orenies Service, meeting 3 oan Compeny Meeting 133934 Gold S$ Ring 41226 Gold Ring Tibcwaae crosterait tie te eto nian $6.50 each clearing at 55.00 each, s
oa see es oe 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting Lieutenant | 339¢9 Gold nee 41233 Gold Signet Ring ¥ Woon Tuesday 21 Oct at 1000 hours 300 Ya a olished Bentwood Chairs, Hard bottoms s
R. Reid 33969 Gold Ring 41330 Gold Bangle No. 16 on Thursday 23 Oct at 1600 hours (F é 100 polished 1 a 50 h %
PTIS IN - aie eee DRUMS AND FIFES 4 + id tsually $8.89 each clearing $7.50 eac cs
EGOLF BAPTIST CHURCH DIAMOND CORNER: Stee m. 133993 Gold Stone Ring 41834 Gold Ring Be yractiees wll be held on Mon 13 Wed 15 ond Thurs 16 Oc usua :
isen, pastor, ness Meeting. 3 p.m. omp: e P . 4 sich and practi ; 3
sunday ‘Sehool 8 302 sl clans for Rpeepicn: pation. Lémienant 5. Mmee Ht a : at ; Ladies R. G. Ww. W ¢. ORDERLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING 2% OCT 86 polished Bentwood Chairs, Cane oe $
every es eee will inl Fvan- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 7 Gold Necklace 41 G. ignet Ring. iaieiteeporens sees semntel eae senna enonnseree oars nea amis eee te usually $10.80 cach clearing $9.00 eack
gelistic Service 7.30 p.m. A soul-stirring First Chureh of Christ Scientist, 34107 Gold 41398. Gent’s R. G. W. Watch Orderly Serjeant 234 Sjt Williems, B. D °
message and heart-warming music Bridgetéwn Upper Bay Street 34120 Gent's R. W. Watch 41399 R. G. W. Watch BR pods ie : e %
Monday 7.20 p.m. Baptist Young People's _ Bridget and 7 p.m y 41 . : apy tient hi Ciaiee s %
ce by and. for young Sundays 11 a-m. and 7 p.m. 34128 Gold Signet Ring 41400 2 id Rings et. a 8 Sit Williams, 8. D . >
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Servant Charged With MV Caribbee

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SCOUT NOTES :
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Ai ing fisherman LoadingRum arewe Cae. ie ee ae gras Eagan ©
'. A fe YESTERDAY . The Rev. Cecil one ee ADMSSION wa > ive 3
THE PRELIMINARY HEAR&NG in the case in whjch d , Rainfall from Codrington: |* FE of Belladrum and Lichfield, i Bar Solld Ze
22-year-old domestic servant Eulese Martin of Bulls Alley, An Biscuits caer Rainfall for month to Rall or oe np pe = A. Sanger | ticu sani tanbietipadans as 3
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St. Michael is charged with the murder of Leslie Moore a ane inhabir vinde A Baie ine 1 Set ae St. Michael’s Cathedral at 7.00 | - a

fisherman of Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy on October 4 was
started before His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yesterday

>

Temperature: 71.5 °F.
Wind Velocity: 2 miles per
hour.



p.m, to-day.
Rev. Williams. ,who arrived .

yetterday loauing a cargo of rum
and biscuits for Dominica. The

|Local Chief



Yi ae ke inenae aah : - 6 4 0d i = here a week ago, is on three
Setnaod nti ictenes more eee ee Gey weder thn came ok Cap- Barometer: (9 am.) 29.914, months’ holiday. He was accpm-
’ ’ i iain B. Gumbs, It brought to the (1L a.m.) 29.898. A farewell scout rally will be panied by his wife.

Mr. W. W. Reece Q.C. Solicitor
General is prosecuting for the
Crawn while Mr. E, W. Barrow is
ppearing on behalf of Martin.

ON BOND ®
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting. Poli N trate of Dis-

tric A” } y._ placed Miriam
folder of Helle





ere

fenantry, St,
Michael on a bond for three
oon.ks in the sum of £5 for

teal.ng po
he Belle
10,

property of
on October

the
Plantation

atoes

Holder pleaded guilty. Watch-
nen James Bourne said that he
iw the defendant on the planta-
,00 digsing up potatoes and told
her that she was not to do that

INQUIRY ADIOURNED

Che
ance

Ken

inquiry into
surrounding

the circum-

the death of

neth Springer of Flat Rock,

§ George was yesterday § ad-
jcurned by His Worship Mr. G. B.

Griffith, Acting Coroner of District
." until October 25,





Kenneth Springer was taken to
the General Hospital on Septem-
ber 18 after he was involved in
an accident with a car on Haggatt
Hall road, St. Michael about
11.30 a.m, the same day. He died
at the Hospital five days later.

Light Showers
Wet Shoppers

Shoppers making their week-
end purchases in the city were
caught unprepared for the light
showers which fell yesterday,
and as a result were held up for



a short while. The few who left
home with their rain coats and
parasols were however able to

move around more freely,

From early morning, the main
streets of the city bustled with
the usual Saturday activity, and
the centre of attraction appeared
to be the former T. R. Evans
Store which has now been reno-
vated and now owned by Mr
George Saheley. Hurjireds of
shoppers, especially women
crowded the counters of this
store to take advantage of a 5%
discount in the prices of ladies
dress material,

POTATOES REDUCED

Housewives were quick to take
advantage of a marked reduction
in the price of English potatoes
which were being sold yesterday
at 8 cents per Ib. from the push
earts in the various alleys.

Two weeks ago, the price of
this commodity was twice as
high as it was yesterday, and in
some instances, it went as high
as 48 eents per Ib,

A welcome sight

was the no-
ticeable increase in the supply
of green vegetables and fruit
available this week end. In
Busby Alley and Lukes Alley,
the market centre for these
articles, housewives who for
many weeks now have | been
faced with an actite food short-

age, bought readily, glad to find
something to augment their sup.
ply of imported foodstuffs

Garden vegetables—pumpkins,
tomatoes, carrots, beets, string
beans, cabbages and so on and
fruit — oranges, tangerines,

grapefruit and apples, all formed
an attractive contrast in colour,
and equally contrasted were the
various prices for which they
were sold, !

With the increase in supply of
the ddcontrolled items, hawkers
sold at varying prices, and buy-
ers were able to make a slight
saving on some items.

TEMPORARY OFFICE







The new temporary office of
Barclays Bank which is housed
in the Gardiner Austin Building
at Lower Broad Street was open-
ed during the last week, The
annex which will cater to tour-
ists and which is housed in the
Collins Building was also open-

The Bank will occupy the tem-
porary premises until their new
building on the mow vacated
premises is completed in about
three years’ time.

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The Funetiozi
Of A Health

Centre

@ From Page 12

Mr. G. H. Fagan included the
following points in his speech on
the Importance of Meat Inspection:
Meat inspection is an essential in
any civilised community if the
health of the Mmhabitants is to be
protected, Meat inspection means
the skilled examination of the
flesh of edible animals which are
slaughtered and sold for human
consumption to see that such flesh
is in no way diseased, unsound or
unwholesome. Local Health au-
thorities are empowered to enter
places at reasonable times and
examine any animal carcas or
meat intended for human food.

Despite the provisions and in-
tentions of the: Public Health Law
there was much circumvention and
a Royal Commission was set up In
1896 to find ways and means of
ensuring expert inspection of meat
and animals.

Syllabus

The Commission recommended
among other things a syllabus of
subjects for examination that a
sanitary inspector must pass be-
fore being appointed a meat
inspector together with a system
f routine inspection of slaughter
houses and these recommendations
were circulated by the Ministry of
Health to the Local Public Health
bodies.

To-day most slaughter houses
are constructed on the Central Hall
system and registered and under

th + control of Health Authorities. :

Ante-mortem and post-mortem
examination of animals and car~
eases is carried out by qualified
veterinary officers or meat inspec-
tors; butchers arc trained and
duly licensed and as a result the
meat allowed for eating is free
from any unwholesome factors and
quite safo as regards the health
of the community.

Water

Up to a week ago, a pipe about
a mile from Martin’s Bay about
200 yards from the coast going in
the Bathsheba direction could
not be locked for want of a
washer. Water was coming from
it at the rate at which nor-
mally a pipe is unlocked to
atch a bucket of water. A resi-
cent of the district told
Advocate reporter that water was
running from the pipe in that way
for over a month,

“It is out of the way,” he said,
“and much attention is not paid
to such pipes.”

The pipe line which runs from
the main road to this pipe is un-
covered for a long distance and
during hot days, water from the
pine is very hot,

58 Gantivined

The Lord Bishop, Rev. G. L.
G. Mandeville, confirmed 58 can-
didates from the secondary

schools at St. Michael’s Cathe-
dral yesterday morring at 7.30
o'clock.

It was the Rishop’s first con-
firmation ceremony since he re-
turned from the United Kingdom
a week ago.

Of the candidates, seventeen
were from Harrison College

twenty-one from Queen's College
and the remainder from St. Mi-
chael’s and St. Winifred's Girls’
Schools,

After the confirmation there
was the Holy Eucharist at which
the Very Rev. Dean Hazlewood
was the celebrant and the candi-
dates made their first Commu-
nion.

There was a very good attend-
ance. including the Headmasier
of Harrison College, Mr. J. C.
Hammond, Mrs T Randall,
headmistress of Queen’s College,
and other masters and mistresses
of the various schools in addition
to parents and friends of the can-
didates

Folk Dancing

Mr. Allan of the Y.M.C.A, is
starting folk dancing for the
girls of the Y.W.C.A., at the hail
of “the Y.M.C.A. on Monday
night October 20.








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Panent TAKES VACATION
BUT HOW DOES HE RELAX >

island a quantity of fresh fruit,
which» came from Dominica. The
vessel which is eonsigned to the
Schocner Owners Association,
left port yesterday.

DOCKYARD BUSY

The dockyard cf Central Foun-
dry was bustling with | activity
yesterday as work on the “Lord
Combermere’ and the schooner
“Maria Stella” was carried out
simultaneously. The “Maria
Stella’ is a French schooner which
arrived here from Martinique
to undergo repairs, while the
“Lord Combermere” formerly the

Government's water-boat went
*n dock after repairs to’ the
“Ricardo Arias” had been com-
pleted.

UNLOADING CARGO

The schooner Franklyn D.R. was
yesterday unloading its remainine
cargo of charcoal and mora which

it _ brought to the island from
British Guiana over the last
weekend, The Franklyn D.R.

was one of two schooners which
arrived in port from British
Cniana with similar cargoes,
which included rice, charcoal,
areenheart and sawn mora, The
ether schooner was the Marion
Balt: Wolfe which was under
the command of Captain Every,

BALATA LEAVES
After discharging its cargo of

pitch-pine lumber, the motor
vessel Baiata left port on Friday

evening for Trinidad. /
This vessel arrived in port two}
weeks ago and was berthed in|
the outer harbour awaiting a|
from where its cargo could be
berth in the inner Careenage
conveniently discharged,
A io 5
FOR PARAMARIBO
The Panamanian “steamship

“Ionian Leader” left port on Fri-
day after discharging its cargo of
cornmeal and confectionery, Its
next port of call will be Para-
maribo, Besides its cargo of con-
fectionery and general cargo of
foodstuff the “Ionian Leader”
also brought a quantity of lubrica~
ting oil and firebricks,

CORRECTION Ty

The article which appeared in
yesterday's “Advocate” concern-
ing the fishing boats should have
read “twenty-four boats are now
being completed and not “have
been completed.”

ANOTHER DEPARTURE

Another departure yesterday
was the “Alcoa Partner’ for the
Dominican Republic. The ‘Part-
ner” arrived here for a shipment
of molasses for Quebec. It :oaded
335 puncheons and 126 barrels
of molasses which was shipped
by Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd.
The vessel is consigned to Da
Costa & Co., Ltd.



Sweet Potatoes
Now Plentiful

Now that potatoes are plenti-
ful sellers were sen during the
past few days returning home
with their carts filled,

Sometime ago, house-wives
experienced some great difficulty
in getting what they needé but
now that they are in great’ sup-
ply sellers are asking the to
buy. itl yy

Yesterday a fw carts and lor-
ries were seen on the wharf with
potatoes, and yams, For a long
time nothing of the kind was
sold and again they had to leave
and look for another place_ to
settle. jo

PR. MOSSADEGH NAMES
VEW FOREIGN MINISTER

TEHERAN, Oct. 11.



Premier Mossadegh, named
Former Vice Premier Hossein
Fatemi, Foreign Minister to fill

the Cabinet vacancy caused by
the resignation of former Foreign
Minister Hossein Navan, earlier
inis week.—U.P,

MAIL NOTICE

Ma'ls far united Kingdom by the S.S
Golfito will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered Mail
at?2 m. and Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m.
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TO-DAY

Sunrise: 5.59 a.m.
Sunse?: 6.00 p.m.
Moon: Last Quarter,

ber 10.
Lighting: 6.00 p.m,
High Tide: 12.22 a.m., 11.20

p.m.
Low Tide:

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Octo-

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Died In New York:

NEWS has recently been re-

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of Mr, Belfield D. Sullivan of
Brooklyn New York. Leaving
Barbados many- years ago Mr.

Sullivan established a Restaurant
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Many Barbadians
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way on September 26th leaving
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Sullivan, headteacher of Vauxhall
ombined School, Mrs. Mildred
Burnett another sister, besides his
wife Mrs. Gladys Sullivan, Per-
cival and Athelbert Sullivan, and
Lillian Sullivan relatives. Condo-
lence is extended to the entire

family.

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October 30th at the Boys’ Scout
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honour of the local Chief Scout,
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members of the association are
asked to make a special effort to
attend and to arrive not later than
4.45 pm. After the rally the
annual general meeting of the as-
sociation will take place in the
nall of the Scout Headquarters.
Next Saturday the Cub Leaders
Preliminary Training Course will
be held at St, Michael's Girls’
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F Mil -IN i u N SUNDAY ADVOCATE si NDAT, OCTOBER 1MO Preliminary Murder Hearing Begins Servant Charged With MVCaribbee Killing Fisherman LoadingRum IRY HEARING in the case in which A nrf fti^/'llif< Mutin of BuUa AlUry, ^* a**oi*EM*9*9 %  ith ihc murder of Leslie Moore a .„,„_ „„ I i ,:. SI Lucy OH October 4 was JKdSTlo^; 1 c*"g HJ Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yesterday an d biscuits fir Doaua A C urt Eulesc Martin wa.. further OarMas arrived In port on Touraindecl until October 14. Mr W I tor the Harrow || uppoartnj on behalf of Martin. ON BOND Mr. G. B. Griffith "i Ibsn %  i t% for The Fund ion Of A Health Centre • From Pace It Mi Q H. Fagan include! th< following ponds m h.s ..peech M 1 the Importanci ol Most inspection Ortooei MMI tnspsrUoa is an essential in ii %  guilty, Watchany civilised community i( Ihc health of tinInhabitanti i and old for human torn th..t Mich flesh rv I U | x.iim sUf "? wa >' diseased, uiuound or imwtwlsaonw Local Health aur l>.(ii rumIhoritics art empowen-'t b 1 reasonable times and any animal I intended tor hll d .;. under the command of Cepi.nn It (iumbs. It brought to tno • 1'iantity of fresh fruit. m Dominica. The vcI whs -i. MI to Ihe Owner* Association. left port yesterday. nocKVAitn Bvnr The dockyard ol Central FounbustUni i' yesterday JS work OB %  Lord tombermert' and the %  Maria Stella" was arried aul T b • M -i i Stella' is .. French, schoonar which rnved here from M to aatdwaa rvpUts, while OM I in i ombarmen fonTH rtj U> THE WEATHER REPORT YF.STERPAV KINI.II from i odrinslon \.l Total Rainfall fur mouth lu d.i.it hw Temperature 71 J *F. Hind Veloell*: 2 miles per hour. Ili'oDit-r: (9 a-m.j 29.914. i: a.m.) ''%  TO-DAY Sunriae: 5.59 a.m. Sunse.: fiOO p.m. -....., %  1.1*1 uu,-.\.-< October ia. I.lghllni: 0O pro II |li Tta>: lt.tt a.m.. 11.20 p.m. |.ov Tld-: S.l€ am.. S.M p.m. N* of / W9TK8 i Farewell Rally For Loeal Chief dock aftci Ricardu Aria*' Jeted, M.OAIIING < -AKfiO vater-bual went repairs to had been liruj the death ol P* 1 r % %  Rock, '' x '*' %  i.ip Mr. G. B fh-sptte the provUk^...... Ci.frith unti: l there was much einuinvi nt a Royal Commission was set up i, ISM to and woyl and means II ,. Get ; %  l Wring expert mapection of meat involved In and animal: ith U i .il Ml Il.iUJi.itl i Si U i iaat about 11.30 a.ii a day. fir diad jIhe 11 lyi later. Light Showers Wet Shoppers Shoppers making their weekend i %  ciiujht unprepared foi tinlight showers which fell yesterday, and a a result we • a short while. The few who left nome with th-ir i %  '. move araund more freely. Sv Harms The Commission recommended nmnng other things a lyllabus of for examination that a ajtan inspector must pass beron t"'irnf appointed a meat BC h OOOat Frankly* D.R. was unloading if %  i rpo if charcoal and mora a I li ltd nrotn and ini'u h Out n i over the lauri weekend. The Frankly n D.lt. %  boonan which %  i •' %  ti> Barbadian^ who Bf Oklyn spent many v moments with their friend* in ihis modern and up-to-dahHe quietly puscil ...v un Si-piember 2lh leaving i mt in II their lo-s. Miss Clarie '..rib III. he;.dteucher of Vuuxhall School, Mrs. Mildred ister, besides his W.tt Mrs. (lladys Sullivan, PeieWal Hiid Athelbert Sullivan, and Ijlhan Sullivan relatives. Condolence Is extended to the enlwe family. HALATA LEAVER Aft* discharging Its cargo of inspector together with n system pitch-pine lumber, the motor %  rrlll Vluti>ut*u >f routine inspection of slaughlei etasel BIIJ-J left port on Frid.. -Ililll OIUMH IB timises and these recommendations ev ling for Trinidad. i were circulated by the Ministry ol Th's vessel arrived u, |Krt two 1 Health to the laical Public Health w i-eks ao and was berthed In todies. the outer harbour awaiting a To-day moat slaughter house* hom where Its cargo could ire constructed mi the C'enirnl Hall berth In the Inner Caree vstem and registered and under onvenienlly discharged. I. • control Of Health Authorities. *., Ante-mortem and post-mortem fOR I'AKA.MAKIBO t imln ition of animals and carcarried out by qualified The Panamanian steamship n or nie.it InsaneIonian Leader" lefi port on Frii utchors UV (rained and Ha> after discharging its cargo of duly licensed and as a result the cornmcal and confectionery. Its moat allowed for eating is free n( .xt port of call will be PsraFrom rerlv morning, the main from any unwholesome factors a net .mrtbo. Besides Its cargo of conslroets of the dtj bustled with 'mite safe as retards the health fectinnrry and general cargo ot ihe usual Satprdav activity, and of the community. foodstutr the "Ionian Law the centre of attraction sppi Water .-Iso brought a quantity of lubrlcato be the formal T. n. Evans Uj. to a week ago, a pipe about ting oil and li %  been renon mile from Martin's Bay about vated and now ownad by M 200 yardl from the coast goint In George Rain ley. Huiidreds of tnr Hiithshcba direction could shoppers. es|iecinlly women not be locked for wont ot B crowded the counters ot this washer Water was coming from store to take advantage of a s* l( .,, n,. rata at which nordiscount in the prices of ladles mnlly a pipe is unlocked Btch .i bucket of water. A • of the district told reporter that water Housewives were nuirk to take running from the pipe in that way at 8 cenis |K-I lb. from the pli U 'ii h piiies. _„.„___. .__ ctori^^ li .Vtid-ri ths pi.ee Of the main road to this pipe Is unm P oIlUllCs whlch W() h „ was twice — high as it was yesterday, some fnstnnces. n vent as 18 cents JMT lb. A welcome sight WH the no* liceable incrcitse in the supply of green vegetables and InUl available this week end. In Busby Alley and Luke, Aile] Lhe ni.nket i cniic lor thes articles. housewives who foe many weeks now hava bean laced with an mute food rhortage. bought readily, i l. %  sometfilni to au ply of imported (pod I dresg material. POTATOES i: i nt < I ii 1 quick I -sivbricks. t ORRECTION The article which appeared In yesterday's •"Advocate'' concerning Ihe fishing boats should have, road twenty-four boats are now <>i ing completed and not "} ocen completed." 4NOTJIER DEPARTURE .. pipe line which runs from of the main road to this pipe Is un., mvtd tar i long distance and Alh vlir Arlhur A ,., ", and %  nine hot days, water from the Tho v ^, f conflKIU < ,„ li WJ hot ro9to & c „ ( Lld 56 Confirmed Swepi Poiaioes Now Plentiful BACKACHE Try thli for re//sf ... • If you gst sharp atsbs of earn la your back wboo yoo stoop sad, at other timaa, ibera ia a dull and rontinnnoa ache, the ( %  vise may ho u your kidoeytTheae viud organa should aornally filte. powooa OBt of tb> system but so m atia n aa fH largish. The backuuhe yoo aasTei is Natusls way of warning yoo that your kidneys need uosUacf A trusted medicine for thia purpose ii Dv Witt's Kidney ond Bladder Pills. They act M the kidneys directly soothe them. tone them up And speedily restore H theni to their natural function. There is a long record of tuc<-• behind DWitt's Pills. which havo ii"n rit^n autferara in oiaoy parts of the world for over half a century. Go to your chemiit and %  BjBtf today. OUR GUARANTEE De Witt's Pills are >anufactured undci striitly 1'ygienn pnditions and tliv ingredie'ts ion. forrr to rigid sUuidards ol puntf. DE WITT'S PILLS A farewell Seoul rally will be held at 5 o clock on Thursday, October th at the Boys' Seoul Headquarters. Bocklcs Road, in honour of ihe local Cfck Savage. All ia of the association are asked to make a special effort to attend and to arrive not later than 4.43 pjn. After the lallv the innual general mooting < %  the as.-ill take place in Ihe .i.ill of tho B 0U1 Id. i i., Ne\: Satui i Uw <""! Leaders I'leliniinarv Training Course will •el's CJIrW School undci th thiectnti of leader W. It. Ramsay, j hi ison officer foi Barb;e ..II 1.Lilei Hair, in i eX|-eeted to arrive In Barbados on W s dn aa day October 15th. The tattou which was orlsdnhl* ly arranged for November 8th ha' had to be> postponed until a later date. This was made necessary due to lha ram which fill on the same day. FILM SHOW THE BARBADOS AQI ATIC CLl'B (Local St Visiting Members Only • ,, .i"VFTiruugh the courtesy of the Hntish Council th-ve will be FILM SUUW in ihc Bail,oom on W E D N E S D A Y. October 15th, nl H.3o p.m. Pie Programme includes:— BRITISH NEWS; STEPS OF THE BALLET; ROUTINE JOII (Scotland Yardi: SI1EKPI NTING ANI> HURDLING. Guesl Preacher At The Cathedral The Rev Cecil William*. Vteai ..f Belladrum and Lichnell. %  .-.ce. will be tie guest preadier at Evensong at St. Michael's Caihedral at 7.00 P %  to. Rev Williams who arrived here a week ago, is on three months' holiday He was aeepmpanied by his wife. .75 erfumi'sTi fro-n i\\ its n >he world blcad to pruducc inglorious fragrance. Thiatilk•oft powder HI.1-* comfim aqii d>iuM *• ra. Milvt skii (uticurn* ^w* TALCUM ** Doo'i .. g!. %  dcepseaicd rough? Rub the .hest with A.I. wTifu f Liniment The pr. tratie • hear uunuliin bloul ure. Ialw>n and prem^tly rclictei congrioon. Th* found relief with A.1. Why not you/ WHERE PAIN ASSAILS... SACROOL PREVAILS nbers are cordm 11 v invited TALCUM MMMMHMMMM Tl-e P*rol*r To O MI-* M.V* mrn.'M' >J HI IISOI narn^stD ; laaswo .. e-Bi) I D A NC E S .iisiut avapg rAVtuoM O I'll *• %  O On MONDAY MtOHT lllh Oti ,1^, V s ! 9 READY-MADE TWEED SUITS • • • %  On Salt at all Drug Storei and KNIGHTS LTD. The l>,rd Bishop. Rev G. L. M.niiUv.lle omllinied SB canPhone 4267 for On. IIXPANDKU MUTAI. SIIKKTS 1" Mesh C;lv. 4 X i^" Iron 4' x 8' %  .. .. f v ic 3" .. 4' ; 10' ALUMINIUM (>i;i;l (. M I I. SHEETS 24 f... ii %  C.ALVANISEO CORRUGATED SHEETS 20 & 28 (iaii,;,CABBIAOE BOLTS & NUTS ,:" a r CART B)LTS & NUTS w* %  •• %  • BLUE & BROWN PIN STRIPE alao BROAD STRIPE $73.03 PLAIN COLOURS — $53.56 These suits tailored at your request would bo more expensive CAVE SHEPHERD CO. LTD. 10. 11, 12. 13 Broad SI. ,,, l >,,<,rar>' premises until '.hen DOW building on the now vacated mpletod in about three year-.' time rsOOB the secondary : st attebadA'a Cutheterdiiv morrlnj at 7 SO o'clock. It was the ;>hn|i's r,i i 0OBOru siiue he returned from the United K DSkJOflB .( Hajokk .<,:<> (if i!n iMiidnl.it.-, M-vcntcen %  ran ffom Harrison College iwantarHaM from Oman's College %  nd the remainder f-on. B sll chad's and St. Winifred (inl" Schools. After the conllrmation there was the Holy Eucharist at which "i Vat) Hev. Dean HaaleWOOd wag the" cas sbranl nnd U dattM mada their first Commun mi There was very good altend.uice Including the Headmssier llem Mr. J C. Hammond, atrs T Handaii. C'.llcgi-. %  of the various schools In addition lo parents and friends of the candid*** N'W mm put.iltK-s ;ne ph-n'iful sellers wan M U during the past fi n days returning home wuh their carts tilled. Sometime ago. housc-wlvii agparlanced some gnat didlcuit> In getting what they needs-d, but imw th.it they are In great supplv M-livrs arc asking them to buy. %  1 WsU-rd.O -' I %  i;nl> •!"?'.'..^^"S"-nlfhl O-lobpr L'0. Par.pl Mall at It noon. Rr,i.irtl MBit . Ilh IKIobcr IMI Theyll Do It Every Time RneriT. 4 HIOM-GEAR rvttx>i --*OM LTT1.5 O'.O 1.3V YORK. DOC S '~o&* os :LC: wuirc OO*M rov win? asacT*f WOW V.'OOO PRESiJWiI VERY. VWJ. 'sSSjl! -'j MEF?J COMPLETE REST.' . % %  ... ...... ..:; Ham or< cor ic %  | BI cm ,,_ PV FJ3E. 1 _-., / j V I RCL*/! CO TO \ CM' '—-• By Jinimv Matlo RTICNT T AKES mumm/C'MOU!' anwow oces te SELJX ? f SWBUSOOT! SlOWIMo M0&H.MS 1VI6 ALSO.I T4,*3t£'OOT/ AT 000 AHD FONY Tl?4Ci' %  te faito(tt f^/4m&<]^ <6a&>. R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Agents. Whereas fabrics, on occasion, may lay claim to -exrluilveness'. thera i' no such prerogative for Quallly. None of our materials, therefore, are exclusive la quallly. All are of high ; wme are exelnslve In design! We Invite you lo choose from Tropicals, Worsteds, Gabardines. Tweed* and linens when considering your next custom made salt C. B. Rice fc < • I H.II.H %  - , %  i w.






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gu And N a Zealand Must | Gi i Re | NEW HUSINESS OPENED
CANBERRA, Oct. 11.
WASHINGTON has warned Canberra that the United | e e
States will abandon the Pacific Pact if Australia and New | Deusen,
Zealand jointly demand Britain’s admittance to*it an n
authoritative source said here to- -day. REINFORCEI gr eee
A Canberra source said to-day that Washington had | Brewin l Bivins ato a D CHINESE. REDS threw Ss wath Freee |
stated it Was unwilling to extend the Pact to countries M antrymen off the top of sattle contested White Horse |
other than those already participating and felt that France, satan: PY —. ‘Secnaaiidin recovered the i |
ili i if : « S recoverct ep im
Japan the Philippines and some other Pacific countries hh Albania Lia M-miexding the invasion |
had eaual claims with the United Kingdom to ANZUS | From All Quarters: “ato Seoul only six hours
representation. ROME, | Stee ihe Fepublic of Korea Nintt
. E, Oct. | Division t xs had knocked Chin-
This source said America Refugee Albanian sources Maid St l W ll ese i “of ‘it a "lightning
would not consider extefiding the 7. on Saturday that a revolution was oO en a el ‘sneak” cttools ™ was the 23rd
pact over. such a large field. | lem. ‘ater peew pe their Communist dom- “ | time the hill had changed hands
Ministers here say knowledge that} ~ valine Goenmaiiie eee psa ( laimed After since the epic running battle be-
the pact is in jeopardy is the only | t 1 Pl enn = Se st Party shaken | 4 . ran five days ago
factor preventing Austr: tlia and < oni ro an Vy eon ae eee — 6 r Fr i Stails of the Chinese
New Zealand from suppo:ting the ne eet C anh re a7 Y ears d rontiine. Gesaie ot the ¢ ‘Hor '
United Kingdom's claim { ee ' -Communist National | urge to the top of White Horse
s claim, { ‘or a 7 Committee for Free Albania said | ‘ | nor-hwest of Chorwon were
The source added that anyway oem Teelde ten tiie me em | Adelaide; A wallet stolen 27 eee but e wa So the *
. ite ates aala ar. on iediahie 2 é s > > sate ec > a - ne eds were pushed 200 yards}
the United States feels any ar- GEORGETOWN, B.G.. ‘leaves no doubt as to the serious- |Y°4"S a80 on the train between] down the eae iintes slope at 6 30 |
rangements made between the Oct. 11. {ness of the uprising which faces | | Perth and Port Augusta has now ion after fierce hand hana |
United States, Australia and New| The United Kingdom Govern-| (Premier) Enver Hoxas’ Red pup- | been claimed by its owner ol} joniing
Zealand are immediately made} ment has approved a freé grant of | pet regime. Organized resistance ) Hamp pshire, England. The wallet E
known—quite properly—by Aus-/| $5,413.10 to assist British Gui- bands are operating almost openly | was found ricently at Port Au-| Allied fighter bombers and tanks |
tralia and New Zealand to the} ana undertake a water control|in some'parts of the country and | gusta st.tion, where it had lain| >! ‘tered the Commun ap
United Kingdom. Consequently | scheme estimated to cost $7,612,174. | Army command posts and other | since 1925. It contained about/ proach route in attempt to cut oft |
in practice while not+ officially’) Application has been made for an | security installations erected by | £40 in English and New Zealand | turther Chinese reinforcement |
represented the United Kingdom) ECA grant of $621,000 to meet the Red Government during its,;money, a bank draft for mire | —U.P.
will be fully informed of develop- | Pé rt of the balance of funds re- | seven-year reign of terror are be-| than £1 000, a birth certificate j _ |
ments. The Melbourne Herald| wes a tae scheme, ing destroyed almost at will.“ and other papers. _ e
declared today that Australia | 5 oeras'rie extension pro- ‘ x ‘ Johan R bl i
must stand firm with the United | ject will previde water contro! of They said Communist officials ipeane nen rt of Sane. epu tcans
States in this “unhappy argu-| th? coastlands lying between the ora vee! of ae with- which e aaeeae , 5 (1632) % "4
ment” over Britain's admittance! ssequibo and Demerara Rivers despite strong eice sistetan bal" “Timon of Athens,” oe carte | Want U,. S. On ; - ;
to the ANZUS pact. The Herald | (nd of oe eee lunds eying “important” Communist official covered in Pretor ta, by F Dipin r + a NEW BUSINESS: The new
desorbed as typical "or Some, tstwcen the seh and the mouths Of | wag ain three weeks go’ white [cll lecturer in Bhelish at Py: ‘ay’? Vwo New Businesses || oe) o%.0's
re ton” sone ea I th Exsequibo and of the Harnunt making a public speech, toria Univeraiie, He sel 25s. for | "/ i e a " nn ™ in on the old en of TR
ope OE eiticens. thihate Ge tuk. taeener Under the headline “Revolt | it at a book sale. | - ‘ E & Oo. was oper
Australian and New Zealand cov- River,-a tributary of the Demer- beewe-in. “Albetiata tee. 'C | : : : avany Jo. was opened dur
ara, , the Commit-| New York: Facial piastic sur-| ‘olor t f e s ng the week
ernments might press the United!“ The project will command an | tee’s news bulletin said, the Gov- | |gery and delicate eae ge G a eee . en nh I Oa nr ree tn the Sa kKeround can be
States to accept the British view- area of 129,663 acres. It will|ermment was forcibly urging | tions were among 30 major oper Ty wig a Db. tisenhower pian part of the danollahedt
point, “There can be no sugges-| substantially improve the drain- | Workers to construct new pillboxes | ations colour-telev 1 Wa ring his Presidential cat rigs icnteniies : building to be replaced by
(ae any -weekbning in our eu bs ante Pero NS the en. along the Yugoslav border to halt | york Promway elevised from New |paign caravan to a two day “rest BROAD STREET the centre of the business sectio Sivhiawe ‘Wee acitonien
Chathon. tie. hechuse. Australia re wl the flow of refugees into Yugo- | Convention er tee pe to he stop" here but he will probably of Bridgetown is gradually getting a much needed fac« r Pee
does not crave Britain in the! »2rtially cultivated and will | Slavia, ; lege of Surgeons had thie” Ge nn ee “ee en "ihe lifting. During the week two new businesses wert cf
reer ree ere tring into us2 some 40,000 acres | sat eS eed gece taking | in a nearby hotel, 7 Tioednowtt’ ew My gay a Gen’\ opened in reconstructed buildings. The last of these Gov. Stevenson
OF Colt) Setting’ cox cttramuntia for | Place within Albania, Moscow | Berlin: East German wives|Lake City, Utah where last night is Messrs. Geo, Sahely (Barbados) Ltd., occupying the oe °
7 esa has several aa buildings, there | adherents are being liquidated by whose husbands forbig: them to ac- he attacked Democratic Labour premises formerly owned by Messrs. T. R. Evans Reaffirms Stand
Z Terrorists wil He -agmiuble: for cultivation | their own leaders. Communist | ‘nadie aie now obtain an im- policies and said the Republican shaw! re
' of crops $1,028 acres of drain- | ipa eet the land. Bevers | of peariak meee. omer ioring e Unis States would ater “the. Windocke ney Oe z On C nord =
eS ed irrigated lands of which 27,- ee pt hip . Th ne, Unite ates a “nobler aioe i 4 oa s
Invade Tumis ieee arte'ncy lands, aha | eustnd penne are td tee a See gait, Mzeylng and more perfect union” "Shared, auawers gat, ~~ Barbadians ei
also 6,5 acres. of new lands, : \ Re nea! om Lain
° e 1 which will be drained but not | by the police, Officers of the Sig- | £1 700,000) worth of wheat un=| ‘He pleaded for an end to “ex- Messrs Da Costa & Co, Lid. a 7 , Govern hong
adio tation | irrigated ‘uermi (Security Police) are flee-| der’ the Colombo plan this year,|tremes and extremists” and said ‘re lower end of Broad Street, It a or TR day Ider tthga dtd val gy
Pye met es * | ing to Yugoslavia and Greece to| The wheat will be part of Cana | he and the Republican P ‘ has a fine setting with show win- © Florida but stood f it
OTS ean ‘hE tg pases | escape punishment for the erimes | qa's contribution to India under {to get. the pion “back on the COWS Well dressed to relieve the! disagreement: with bolting De
TUNISIA, Oct.11, | ivcrease area Of lands suita | of the Committee against the State | the plan; th be pe § e nation “back on the drapness of a grocery and to htop SantoDomi ‘rats over the ex}
Seven terrorists. firing sub- te $2,000 —n from. 9,000 | hich they were powerless to darttar thiulonent to el oe! at Soupiddle way. pace with those of DaCosta INnLOo rivhts and. tidelands issu
ie a Cc Ad side 8 5 é ° " “Den oernt Jorn ine
machine aoe and throwing gren The construction of the project orn —UP. about 20,000,000 dollars, or just The overall tone of his Utah ma nan See eee Pe = on at Dr. Hf. G. ij a The Demoere . f ,
ades attacked Radio Tunis Trans- ; . conditioning system which en r. . Cummins, Deput) |} from w } loc }
pron . 4s expected to take five years. | over £7,000,000 address followed closely his aples sae te husiine » arr
mitting station today in the first : : ; M pf Pal y ables shoppers to do their business; Leader of the House of Assembly | heralded as a triumph
ongaiiad yiolenie’ anne >the) ark ortniaenies in Canals fombasa: The S.S. City of Don- | campaign preview opening’ in comfort, The management is| returned from the Dominican Re-) ance here in the heart c
French “peace offensive’ began Polder ar and at Waramia caster sailed from Mombasa this|speech six weeks ago in Boise, in the capable hands of Mr, Aj public via Antigua on Friday| south, moved into i
a eta deo Creek next “month —OP.s CROWDED OUT week carrying a cargo of 150 wild |Idaho, The General will resume’ M. P, Weatherhead formerly of] evening by B.W.1.A, where he! yjami for speech« '
Four latare ats animals and birds for British zoos, |his travels Monday, and during Colling Lid spent a week making a prelimin-]¢¢ Nashville, Ter a
; ic soldiers and a | Education Notes crowded | The star attraction was a fully-|the week will campaign in! The new store of Sahely & Co.| ary enquiry into the possibility of] tonieht. _
ee ton mee Sree $19, 000, 000 |} out: Will appear on Tues- |/ frown leopard,. tame although Wyoming Oklahoma, Louisiana’ brings a modern frontage to the] recruiting Barbadian labourer er oN
aren a Pees es ‘Des | day. only captive for two ‘weeks.|Texas, Tennessee, West Virginia, centre of th treet and will not] for the sugar industry lake an addre here in New
way the — Q - | Veteran Kenya hunters believe|New York, Delaware and New |e out of pl vhen the new rer ie ; he
Pat haa ion cette C redited 7 Qa _this is the quickest taming vee. Jersey. Barclays building now being ex- He said that the Committee|Square, before a
at 1.00 et in an apparent SOR : | ° New York: ““Gone With The , up ended to inelude the old Unique} which was appointed comprising] @t More than 10,000
to wreck the plant, oye i C t Wind” j > ' ‘ he “" | Areade building is concluded Mr, F. C. Catehpole, Labour Ad-[ 80 bluntly re b senha nin
Ro bp Tegan guards repulsed | Brazilians ommunis Ss aie we Rosa. + 7 Gallery Removed viser to the Comptroller for De yan et civil right —"
the raiders who made a clean get- m SAlznick. ‘har ny $y R 1 D & Tie old overhanging gallery{ velopment and Welfare, Major| 5p ¢ he tidelan
away. There was no serious dam- | I rotest To eae ae £14,285 715), eC epulies has been removed and the height] Grell, Labour Commissioner of St.j.. He said flatly that | tood or
age to transmitters which were | + WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. has’ * named "hin yo Pant of the builaing with its three{ Kitts, and himself, visited the es-| the Democratic platf pe
brozdcasting normally, French | he Export-Import Bayk said og e bing eNO Is _Stage ace A * d { toreys can now be appreciatea® tates which required the workers! to Civil Rig) ver
sources said the attack was evi-|its Board of Directors has autho-- nitec ations oo © a He will now ccuse rhe opening of the front lets in}mmd had discussions with the) little applause when Mr. Steven-
dently aimed at silencing pro-!ized two credits totalling imove ar 3 ; ao vee peer for * ° ' ( erably more light and air! President and members of the Son stated briefl ut empnati-
French broadcasts in Arabic pre-| than $19,000,000 to Brazilian bor. PANMUNJOM, Oct. 11 girl to play Scarleu. | H h I reas igo that the customer can shop in| companies concerned. cally “as you know I stand on th
ceding the impending United|!owers. One credit of $18,000,000 Communist armistice _negotia- vo ip *ason | eomfort ond Milady can see the He added that although the Democratic platform wit pect
Nations General Assembly .dis- is to the recently established| ),.-.° aceused Allied delegates of ° \Jast end of the threads in tha| Committee had made favourable to minority right But he added
eussion of the Tunisian question, National Development Bank and] }.¢o4j ‘off . iscussions Mr. Attlee BONN, Oct, 11 new fabries, Of these there are) progress there still remained he was saddened by the fact th
’ breaking truce discussions in ‘ t » ect
The station is the ‘most impor | the other of approximately] an attempt to pressure the forth- Z The Committee of the West ccnsiderable quantities of fing} one outstanding point to be set- after 4,000 years of Ct ianit
tant means the French have for | $1,860,000 to Compania, Barbara. coming United Nations General Hold Fa I Ts Mi German parliament has recom-, quality. , : j tled. At the moment, he could not “we need discuss it at all
telling about their policy through-| Credit to the Bank will be used] Assembly to “approve the plot of 8 © £488 *) mended that immunity of at least; The old staff of Messrs Evans) give any further information —UP,
out the Middle East where num-_| to buy in the United States, agri- your side” to extend the Korean . ° 3 six Communist Deputies should | & Co. } been re-employed with |. Bs ae
erous- Arab stations constantly cultural machinery for resale on fie - ~) Party’s Top Post be lifted so that they can be tried | the general Management in ”
support the Moslem case, both cash and credit terms }-1n- } . on charges of inciting to high! hands of Mr. ¢ ee ae
—vU.p. | cipally to individual Brazilian} Chief Red delegate General Nam LONDON, Oct. 11. enrhtt A spokesman for the, of the — s Ds Cont ry Co 3 fh
farmers with distribution to be] I] issued a “strong protest” to the Former Prime Minister Clement ane wud ee Wet eee, ey os reer Redman daugh- a &
i carried out through normal} senior Allied delegate Lieut. Gen-| Attlee said flatly on Saturday ee eee Would | PEODO DIY | Ete ee angles the Mansgiie Gs > CH)
Doctor Marries BI] | channels. The Bank said “thisferal William K. Harrison over) ight that he intends to hold on sae (le o ii ate kar mee | D febotins rh ‘ig the second of the 5). ‘ .
| equipment will make an important Lieut. General Harrisons calling te the leadership of the Labour] ” “e rae ee Sabi ly store opened in, Brigee 4 wy
Days After contribution to the continued ex- {aM indefinite recess in the talks. Party and warned ‘Bevanites"| myo Communist group in Parlia- town within recent months; the .
pansion and improved efficiency He said “your side must bear that he expected them to work on ment numbers fourteen Deputies first is in Swan St RAI. TGH—M k of th
B t A Mi of Brazilian agriculture, full responsibility for all ne ard UP | Seton STNG from Your Allee delivered “a.” biting ot, (ert, German Communist leader. | ay Ready ’ WORLD'S CHAMPION.
: z a g a" | Hinz Renner, Friendrich Ris | erman z }
peop cheng Seen a ae —UP. ia cat r, Ewan Forbes-Sempill, who | Y ; me , t act
had keen a pipe smoking woman| Search For Crash ae vate na sotiea Ane wrin2® ae iriaomias To Defend Itself
called Elizabeth until he officially ay re © os: sae evan and his followers scored| The Deputies are accused also}
becamé a man only 31 days ago, Victims Is Over Outside CGonzpetition Dare enee — the rank and filejof inciting to riot and to ove og LIN, Oct, 1 te
oe married his former housekeeper ane Sanit ant at the Soc aie brow the West German Govern- In a 900 y pa ec
in a secrét romantic night Scots} | HARROW, England, Oct. 11. Causing Concern Cadets ot x te jinvat by force and. slandering| Stalin, acting East Germ
wedding last night. Seventy-four hours after Prit- ewélant teers ee —e ‘a Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and | Pré nier Heinrich Rau p oe
: s s v f { a com-| Ea Germany reading to ¢
The 40-year-old man who had ain’s second worst train crash, Siti KINGSTON, Oct. 11. denationalize the A and forner ee os “ U uP. ' | ioe itself against all attack
been a woman for 39 years 11,a British Railways official said oes de competition is causing steel industries, Attlee said the!” ittee spokesman said.—U.P. pay a iy said it pbc aye IR
months was married ‘to Miss “search for the victims is over.” : nee th millers considerablg | xhour Party could not combat: lon the oceasion of the third found
Isobel Mitchell who is in her The death toll in the triple} the Canadien baiiieee hanes Of| those moves effic ently with dis- , ing anniversary of the East Zone
middle thirties. It was real Scots |cwash here stood’ at 107 identifi-| 50%) “jes ae ‘hp v4 , aT unity in its own ranks. He said Greece Gets A \that stat vorkers of the (East)
ceremony and champagne was ono la but there were other that they ware trying me io to ‘if there are differences On, per- 4 ‘German Democratic Republic and
sent to the Servants’ quarters. mutilated remains at the Harrow rotect the “i sonal grounds, I say the Social- , itheir Government, are ready to
Miss Mitchell had been Dr.| mortuary says the spokesman. they had celica simiect cobain: ist movement is far more imports Temporary Govt. def nd their accomplishment i
Forbes-Sempill’s housekeeper at| The official addeq “The final jy for the past thirty years, ant than. individuals.” ATHENS, Oct, 11, | against all attack
Brag Lodge near Alford for the | total when the pathologist has fin- “ The mission has been travelling _ Attlee pointed out that leader- a
last seven years. The marriage ished his examination of the re-|in the West Indies discussing | 2'P of the party in the House of} A non-political service Govern-| Herr Rau stressed that the vital
took place jin the doctor's home| mains will probably be 110.” flour sales with trade and govern-}©O™mons is chosen by its mem~ ment which will handle state’; terests of the Gurman people
during the night. It was performed _ Earlier Scotland Yard said the | ments ana left Jamaica today fo rit bers there, He has a sizable mer-|business in the interim before demanded an “immediate and
by a Scots Minister who had pub-/|figure stood at 110 due to con-|Canada. They said it would take} &i",0ver Bevan among members|the seating of the new Parliament’ poaceful solution of the German
lished the banns in his church fusion in counting parts of bodies.|some time before the result of ee loo the oath of office before King /question of speedy restoration of
last Sunday. a P. —-U.P. ‘their mission was known.—C.P. | Paul. ;German unity and the conclusion
cncenatblilsseiesisalG Mate acing — -———_—- — —~- siateshaneanpoealy ' j s ‘of a peace aty
ROUNDING THE BEAGLE | Gov. INE | tte Government will (serve) —UP. You are ona
,¢ : a new political regime ha
| VisITS ST. KITTS, NEVIS | been formed on the basis of the >
| (Rema bekd : November 16 national elections TAXES REF 1p TO WINNER when you ride a Raleigh!
‘ erresponseae) King Paul dissolved the Parlia ARGENTINE CO. 5
ANTIGUA, Oct. 11 ment and General Nicholas Pla LONDON, Oct. 11
His Excellency the Governor, bebe apt eo ie foe In a report to the end of last A Raleigh was the choice of Reg Harris—World’s
accompanied by Lady Blaek- nae ene: ee fenerai elec ' June issued yesterday the Di- Professional Sprint Champion for the second year in
patna, and Aide-de- -Camp, Major tions were decided upon, to imple | rector of the Argentine Land H ; ; .
E. Hewitt, flew to St. Kitts and|ment Parliament's recent chang | and Investment Company said a succession, Here is proof of the wisdom of buying
New ris to-day for a fortnight anit | of Greece's electoral system from/,ubstantial tax repayment was your bicycle from a Company with such great
in order to attend the opening | @ _ Propo tional to a miajority|made by the t Treasury to technica] experience and knowledge that designed
tote of the new Legislative | method ‘ |the Company wing the year and built the record-breaking RALEIGH.
ouncil. LLP. ur
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a TWE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE
BERKLEY, Californa, Oct. 1! of California’s new $2,000,006 ter f production the entire A Prod Raleigh Imduseries i h
| A new vaccine which could be | colleges ; ; ‘| in ont he United States ne € obs Linnied, Netingham, England.
the greatest single technica] ad- Dr. Cox told cientist that | j ‘ t nly , ‘
| vance in whipping polio (infantile/the new virus-killing vaccine | 507,466 of e nation’s children “aT CAVE, SHEPHERD
paralysis) ; has been ntroduced can be inexpensively ma pro- | under te ri ) r roughly ~ & co., LTD.
and scientists say it is opening | duced, He said the new method! 1.7 per f the »
wedge in the struggle against this) of producing the polio vaccine in- A ide the i method 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
. , crippling disease. Dr. Herald R.| volves the use of chick embry the f $22.50 pe
tr , - cr ots sed of Virus Research for|instead of the former tediou t ‘ the ne , NO CYCLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A STURMEY
New woatories of Pearl River} means of producing it in t | “ ARCHER 3} OR 4SPEED GEAR AND DYNOHUS
YACHTS rounding the Beagle at the end of the first lap. TK 38 at right is in fourt ; , o-oo id ientists of the/ tissues of | i} eon sthaceneeatitidenenmmnineenbeinie 1}
which came first, TK 37 (T), and TK 47 (T) are out of the Picture. . n fourth place. TK 40 (B) ‘ at the open-/ rodent 1]
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SUNDAY.

NEE rrr - t—( ft

OCTOBER 12, 1952

Caub Calling

PODAY SHOWS 5 and 8.30 P.M.
\} LOMORKOW % SHOWS 1.30, 5 and 8.20 a Ki led i mn 3 Days Jeginnin Wednesday next, poo ‘uller. Broadcast begin
+) IN TECHNICOLOUR nof Nixe. | 15th Octobe B.B.t will af 7.15 po 2th inst va c —> HE HARRISON COLLEGE
tt t ‘ uples broadcast four feature programmes. hea the 25 and $ metre <
» € \ xoae ton ' ( onmainewete Yid Boys’ Association will
»} \ TER ‘OT T'S ; nd you will ® Wace cle based on the much-discussed Book | iS and 9 $8 em aacycles hold their aes Day at Harrison
x cc soft, » d clear Nixe- (‘Struggle for Europe’ publijged Veughas a. College on Thursday. next.:.Thin
x Daan ’ iho then . pines ‘ ~. i R } Taughe illiams, ;
i) ’ a pa « earlier this year which ha en —s ane ” is second Open Day to be
) Vv. A NHOE «a se Pier te «| deseribed as one of the most Imi O'M., th. eat English composer, — gece Pp ; i
) Eczems 0 an uptio ‘ ; fede a a . >
‘) in FON MINE Rob.vt TAYLOR You can’ t peti 7. or skin atuahiog portant wees ce app 7 Sir a oe bomen He There will be a cricket match
) <<" F< : imtil you rewnove Me germs that hide Second orld ur 1e affthori au to comme > s . c : 1 party. Ped
‘ on be AYLOR George SANDERS ft iny pe ° wr skin. te ; ad followed by a coektail party
} & y TAVSLS om yet Wistodernt trom Ye chemist tae |, himself will be the narrator in this birwd he -B.B.C. will broad- 1 ioad will captain the team
SS) EX day under the posit!y urantee iat | four-part series which twe speci yrogrammes, both | © ;
(it EXTRA Nixdderm will Banish pit oe " / : and those playing will inelude
i 4 seer Ghubbieemaik te clear your oath soft and th centrates on the min theme of o tt ie) The first will be Clyde Walcott "and Lawson Bart-
( HE TWO MO USEKETEERS ; J wes the world drama since 1939 with °B.8.C. Concert Hall’ with the|Cly "' te ae ace Cricketers
” And the Latest British Newsreels and news of the day Nixoderm return. @ (the diplomatic and strategic gri- :.C. Symphony Orchestra con-| lett, "Speak: ; Returns
})) ‘ olchildre we availabh: for our 1.30 p.m Fer Skin T ies ; tr gins of the present situation ict, by S Malcolm Sargent peaker Ketu
tree pcaltterarrow. Weeder Weanesies: Teaaaday ah een porreee Europe, and the emergence of niaying two pieces of Vaughan R. K.N. R. Husbands, Speaker
a aaa Orit oe M * we of t tre te Vicket Russia as the dominant power on Williams’s—‘Fantasia on a Theme ef the House of Assembly
} i 2aagpet pease Segal MSRP sme iy 7 Europe. Eaéh }y Thomas Tallis and Postoral] returned home on ——— an
} ; . asting for a full hour, these feu mphony.’ Th will be at 9.00} 'T.C.A. from Canada. He atten
(SE ASTHMA MUCUS jfeature — programmes will be p.m ’ The Soot programme|a meeting of the Commonwealth
. ee Dissolved Firsi'D broadcast on. Wednesdays statt e ‘Music Magazine’ at 10.45] Parliamestary po
f jing at 9.00 pm. the first being p.m. when Scott Goddard will From Ontario
i ay jing at p ‘ ins 2 c
i Alliance Francaise dela Barbade ASheklOg, Sasping. ay given on the 15th. inst. and the honour him. AJOR AND MRS. F. H.
i in assovintion with sour fystem. sap. sour ‘Gare others following at weekly jn- ¢ t ntinuous € reation of Matter LELEU of Hamilton, Ontario
, pour hegith if enter your heat tervals, Many are aware that two theo-Jare now in the island spending
THE BARBADOS CHORAL SOCIETY & treet of 5, famous deetor—cetrcu- West Indian Pox try Criticised eS now in vogue among} about three months’ holiday. aa
THE CAMEO MUSIC CLUB ing the attacks Sees kee oo As we told you last week th smologists—or shall we calif are living at Belvedere, Maxwe s.
strangiing mucus is dissolv B.BCs “Caribbeis Voice; wilt hem astronomer these being &irhis is their first visit to PBarba-
resent he ‘Sean aa pons again present a commentary on“! the Universe was created at Bios.
injections. Just take plea sai West Indian work in° its n a finite time in the past or the Major Leleu is a member of the
DANIEL ‘FRICOURT te enciegey Ay % F ea edition, Sunday, 12th inst fe j. Site.native that the process Royal Architectural Institute of
e po , ; tact Sy clean M cre still going or Canada.
Bronchitis in next to no . even lowing on iast Sunday's com! ne > + ; : oe erent ta a , ‘. a
feat MBkasiot areas (on 2 prose piece. On the iath She J.C, a deant on Friday, 171" | Continuing Caribbean Tour
ina that it is Fuaranteed fo you free |programme will open w vit! ; . : . Mer eae . F. J. HARLOW, Adviser on
: Senet too * "fours 4, series of poems by Wilson Harris a - tt roe eee eae Technical Education to the
‘om pies stop your ys . r ' ' iseuss these two alternatives
: 2 or money back on reti of empty | of British Guiana and this re He } i ‘ . Secretary of State for the Colo-
Grand Pianoforte Recital BOSE Get MENGAOS owt Ber | Sg will” te followed ‘by cons He Will speak at 10.30 p.n Receetary of State faz the Cote.
ig e _ ey = the ee , the view $99 09-666-04.9066.000-460000% | by “B.W.LA. on Thursday. : -
‘ RE SC sing the 1 WI glis Dr Harlow is continuing his
COMBERMERE SCHOOL HALL ee SHAKE OFF T’ ;
SHAKE OFF THAT tour of the Caribbean for the
on
. ote . e the
FRIDAY, 7TH NOVEMBER AT 8.30 P.M. HOT WEATHER purpose of giving advice on
Urder the Distinguished Patronage of GA COUGH development in Technical Educa-
Sir Ge » Seel, K.C.M.G. and Lady See! * JG tion.
St GeoreRICES OF ADMISSION. “ate” Reap « DARK with Off To Jamaica
Resirved Seats -:- $2.00 and $1.00 to 48 PM SHADEINE Take R. AND MRS. R. D. STEW-
Unreserved Seats (Downstairs .72 cents WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT M a p amo
CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT Permanent, washable ARD of Pavilion u
Unreserved Seats (Baleony ) _.60 cents Sea Jersey Joe Rocky and harmless. Adi xs Hastings, were passengers for
Plan opens on Monday 20th October at Mussrs. Johnson's WALCOTT s MARCIANC natural tines. $0 years ERROL J by B.W.1LA. on Thursday
Stationery, Broad Street. Also New Tartan Ftim- } | reputation. Ask your chemirt to ob amaica hy B.W.LA. $
: btained “TARZAN'S SAVAGE FURY pm t his Ws octesaler. last on a visit.
lickets for U ei Seats may also be obtain Lex BARKER & CHETA tain some for rou from ha esa -
PC C/o C.F. Harrison & Memulecrured ty On Holiday
from the S.F K, Book Shop, ° a MON «4 Ties #0 PM THE SHADEINGE PANY : . i
Co., Broa ice and from any member of the “THE WER” Edmond O'BRIEN ts Gissabhald head. Avtse, shin R. G. LOMER of Rediffusion
Executive Committee of the Alliance Francaise HOLD THAT Gonos at ENG: aNOD MP Ltd., was a passenger for
—S—S———SSS= =— E © |Puerto Rico by B.W.J.A., on
. “EEE ie ® | Thursday. He has gone on (a
; The Cough mixture that ? | holiday visit. ‘
double job in @| Left For Canada
i clearing up your cough | AND MRS. L. H. NICH-
se in need of
Thos |

VITAMIN I (ALPHA TOCOPHEROL)

in large doses

‘ave advised to demand the same as that used
by the shute institute for mecical research.
75 1.U. EACH GELUCAPS

obtainable at

HF. HARRIS & CO.

eee & Druggists
Lower Broad St.

THE GELUCAPS*ARE TO BE CHEWED
NOT SWALLOWED

‘

LPP EPP FPP EPPO

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one

* The Barbados Water Polo Association
.
presents at
‘
ia .
% The Barhados Aquatic Club :
Pa
: on 3
; THURSDAY, 23RD OCTOBER — IST TEST : %
x Dadiee 6 ce icvalen 8.30 p.m. %
Q See Sh heyy ny 9.00 p.m. %
% ADMISSION TO PIER — 2 - %
s.
R Dancing from 10 p.m.-—-Midnight, Musie by yt
x Curwen’s Trio $
% ADMISSION TO BALLROOM — 1 - %
% +
% FRIDAY, 4TH OCTOBER — 2ND TEST >
x LAR ra Tan cs 8.30 p.m. x
s AMM Olay! gos stirs 9.00 p.m. %
g ADMISSION TO PIER — 2 - %

¢
% SATURDAY, 25TH OCTOBER — 3RD TEST x
& PAGS e se eke ees 8.30 p.m. $
x APOE Sn CoN 4 Ay aCe by 9.00 p.m, s
x ADMISSION TO PIER — 2/- %
x Daneing from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. :o: Music by %
% Curwen’s Orchestra %
Â¥- ADMISSION TO BALLROOM 60c. x
% SUNDAY 26TH %
x Trinidad vs. Snappers 10.30 a.m, x
x Presentation of Cups ....... 11,30 a.m. %
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OLLS of Worthing, Christ

| | Church, were passengers for Mon-

| treal, Canada on a holiday visit.
They left the island on Thursday
by T.C.A,
Attended Sugar Talks
ON. HAROLD ROBINSON and
Mr, K. McCowan came over
by B.W.LA. on Friday for a
Meeting of the Barbados Sugar
| Producers’ Association. They
‘returned to Trinidad later in the
afternoon.

Hon, Robinson is Chairman of
the B.W.I. Sugar Association while
Mr. McCowan is Secretary,

Paid Short Visit
RIG-GEN. M. HOTINE, Direc-
tor of Colonial Surveys of
the Colonial Office, London, was
also a passenger for Antigua by

B.W.1LA. after paying a_ short
visit to Barbados.
On Vacation
RRIVING by B.W.I1A. on

Monday was Mrs, Fitz Millar
of Brooklyn who has come to
Barbados on vacation. Mrs. Millar
who is a Barbadian was last here
15 years ago. She is staying with
Mr. and Mrs, Lionel Forde at
Trewmot Chepstow Street.
Station Manager Returns

R. AND MRS. H. BAXTER
and their two children re-
turned from Montreal by T.C.A.
on Thursday after a visit. Mr.
Baxter is Station Manager, Sea-
well, for T.C.A,
Ten Days
R. Albert. Figaro had
been spendin ten days’
vacation in the colony as _ the
guest of Mr, and Mrs. C, W. Cum-
berbatch, The Ivy, returned to
Trinidad on Friday by B.W.LA.
' Mr, Figaro is an employee
the Electrical Contractors
| Port-of-Spain.

A Shower

SHOWER was held on Friday
& afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. J. J. Bullen, Cheapside for
Miss Pat Bullen, Assistant Secre-
tary to the Publicity Committee,
and daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Bullen of Searles Plantation,
‘Christ Church.

Miss Bullen will become the
|bride of Mr. George Nehaul,
| Assistant Engineer, Public Works
_— on Saturday, October
| Her many friends and relatives
jextended sincere wishes for her
happiness and presented her with
\" bouquet of dollar bills.

Carib joins in wishing the
| prospectiv e bride and groom very
best wishes.

Halloween Dance

ate Extra-Mural Association
will hold a Halloween Dance
at the Drill Hall on October 31

who

ot
Ltd.,



MR. AND MRS. EDMUND HARRISON

Will Come Again
R. L. G. Laurent left by
“Lady Nelson” during

the
the

week for British Guiana after
spending three months holiday
here. Mr. Laurent is Superinten-

dent of the Mails Branch of the
General Post Office at George-
town,

“This is my first visit here and
it has been very enjoyable, I
shall _ certainly revisit your
beautfful island,” he told Carib.

Besides sight-seeing and sea
bathing, Le made many friends
for whose courtesy and hospi-
tality he expresses his gratitude.

Spent Fire Months

Re to British Guiana
by the Lady Nelson on ‘Tues-
day night were Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Moore and their two daughters
after spending five months’ holiday
in the island.

Mr. Moore. who has visited the
island on three occasions pre-
viously, is District Postmaster of
the Nigg Post Office of the Coren-
tyne Coast. Whilst here both he
and Mr, Laurent visited the Bar-
bados General Post Office and
were shown around by the Colo-

nial Postmaster, Mr. Robert
Clarke. 7
Mr, and Mrs. Moore and their

children said they had a wonder-
ful time. Mrs. Moore is a Bar-

badian,

The Moores
were guests
The Kew.

Enjoyable Stay
O more Guianese also sailed
by the Lady Nelson on Tues-

and Mr. Laurent

of Mrs. E. Bruce,

day night for’ British Guiana.
They were Mr. Rey Everson and
Mr. I, Gordon, th gentlemen

are employed at the Public Works
Department, B.G. and spent five
weeks’ holiday.

Mr, Gordon was* visiting Bar-
bados for the first time while Mr.
Everson has visited here on a
former occasion. Before em-
barking for their ship they told
Carib that they had an enjoyabl¢
stay and hope to return in the near
iuture,

They were guests of Capt. and
Mrs. E. Simmons of Holetown,
St. James.

Entertaining Team
HE MALVERN Sports Club
will hold a dance in honour
of the visiting Carib Bears Basket

Ball Team on Wednesday night
at Halloway Guest House, The
Ivy,

Married At St. Silas

N OCTOBER 2, at St. Silas’
i Chapel, St. James Miss Dar-
rell Althea Rodgers, daughter of
Mrs, Sylvia’ Tyrelle of Carlton, St.
James became the bride of Mr.
John Duncan Ifill of Porters, St.
James and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ifill of New York.

The ceremony was conducted
by Rev. Lane and Rev Canon
A. W. Johnson, Rector of St.
James.

The bride was given in marriage
by her step-father Mr. George
Tyrelle and she wore a dress ot
slipper satin and chantilly lace
The skirt ended in a long train
and her bodice was close fitting
and was studded with rhinestones
and sequins.

Her finger-tip veil was held in
place by a tiara of pearls and
she carried a bouquet of anthu-
rium lilies and Michaelmas dais-
ies and white orchids.

The duties of bestman were
performed by Sgt. Kenneth Parris
and a reception was hel at
the home of the bride’s parents.

Married Yesterday
b darninge pao at 4:80 o’clock at

the St. Michael’s Cathedral,
Mr. Edmund - Latrobe Harrison,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L.
Harrison of “Villa Una,” Has-
tings took as his bride Miss
Sheelagh Winifred Parris, daugh-
ter of Capt. and Mrs. F. C. Par~
ris of Tudor Bridge, St. Michael,

The ceremony was performed
by the Very Rev. Dean Hazle-
wood,

The bride who was given in mar-
riage by her father wore a dress
of Pearl slipper satin and lace.
Her bodice of satin with a lace
yoke was studded with rhine-
stones and had a small pointed
eoliar. She wore close fitting
sleeves studded with rhinestones
and her flare skirt ended in a
peacock train with accordeon
pleated godeas. Her finger-tip
veil was kept in place with a
@own of seed pearls and rhine-
stones to match. Her shoes of
brocaded satin were the gift of
ner brother Mr. Fred Parris of
Aruba and were made by her sis-
ter Miss Elsie Parris of U.S.A.

She was attended by Miss Ruby
Farris Maid-of-honour who
wore orchid satin and net with
matching headdress. She wore
gold accessories and matching
mittens.

Her bridesmaids were the Mis-
ses Enid and Jean Parris, Misses
Sheila Harrison (sister of the
groom) and Jean Harding. Miss
Enid Parris and Miss Jean Hard-
ing wore dresses of pink stamped
net with wide scalloped necks;
puffed sleeves,. close fitting bod-

as

ices and mittens to match. The
dresses featured bouffant skirts
and their headdresses were

matching. Their accessories were
silver,

The Misses Jean Parris and
Sheila Harrison wore identical
dresses of blue stamped net with

matching headdresses. Their
bouquets were all sheaths of pink
rose buds.

The duties of bestman were
performed by Mr. John Wilson,
brother-in-law of the groom while
those of ushers fell to Messrs,
Courtenay and Roy Parris, Mr
Livingstone Greaves, Mr. Clifford
Husbands and Benard Motris.

A reception was held at tne
residence of the bride’s parents,
Tudor Bridge after which the
happy couple left for their honey-
moon,

Her going-away dress was blue
nylon and lace with silver ac-
cessories,

Quiet: Weddings

A QUIET WEDDING took place
yesterday morning at 8.00
o'clock at St, Paul’s Church, when
r, Neville Ormond Stewart of
Jackman’s took as his bride Miss
Elsie Lolita Alleyne of Hindsbury
Road. :
The ceremony was formed b
Rev. F. C. Pemberton. and <4
bride was given in matriage by
her brother Mr. Lisle Alleyne
while the duties of bestman were

performed by Mr. R. Straker.

A quiet WEDDING took place
at St. Leonard’s Church, on
Thursday afternoon when Mr.
Reuben Parris son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Parris of Bay Land took
as his bride Miss Cholrine Seale
daughter of Mrs. M. Seale of Bank
Hall, St. Michael.

The ceremony which was choral

was pcrformed by Rev. W. D. M.
Woode, Vicar of St. Leonard’s. The
bride was given in marriage by
her brother and wore a dress of
ivory slipper satin with a close
fitting bodice.

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AT THE CINEMA
Slapstick And Farce

iy G.

SINCE “Ivanhoe” is continuing at the Globe over this
week-end, there are only two films to tell you about. One
of them is sheer slapstick comedy while the other is a
farce-comedy spiced with slapstick and satire. ABBOTT
& COSTELLO MEET THE INVISIBLE MAN is ying
at the Plaza, Bridgetown, while at Barbarees, Dean n
and Jerry Lewis — another comedy team are starred in
THAT’S MY BOY. ome
The presence of a vigorous, but down for the opposing side | With
invisible man compounds the mad- .the help of a football here, She boy
ness of the latest A. & C. offering, vindicates himself, saves the big
in which these zany comedians match of the season amd estab-
are a pair of enthusiastic corre- lishes his father’s faith in him.
spondent school detectives hired Jerry Lewis plays the boy—a
te prove the innocence of a prize p:ngling father-dominated hypo-
fighter aceused of murder. © chendriac and though I knew that
chief complication lies in the fact ihe character is supposed to be
that it is their client who is invis- comic (it also has touches of
ible and in their effort to cleat pathos) 1 found it extremely ex-
him, the two become involved aggerated. As the father, Eddia
with a crooked promoter and Mayehoff is one of the most over-
racketeer, a séductive blond@ pearing, cunceited amd _ selfish
siren, a doctor who is trying to parents maginable and how his
invent a ré-agent to counter-act wife and son ever put up with
an injection for—invisibility and phim is beyond me! Dean Martin
the whole affair culminates with j- the football here of the campus
Lou Costello winning a boxing ¢nd he and Marion Marshall con-
match,.-thanks to the unseen jpibute some tuneful inverludes.
fighter, and becoming temporarily Ajtogether, I’m afraid that E
invisible himself, to the conster- found the humour of this team to
nation of the hospital staff! be foreed, and the characters, with



Speed and split-second timing the exception ef the psychiatrist,
mark the clowning of this team who tries to help the boy, unreal
kept the two of them at break- perhaps the film just isn’t my
neck tempo! Amusing scenes in- type.
clude a dinner in which celery,
glasses of wine and spaghetti float :
.
mouth and the final boxing match Night Clubs Look
when Costello is saved in the nick
of time by a K.0. blow to his Tg 17953 Fora Boom
opponent from the invisible man.
the spirit of the film and devotees 7 night clubs and
of Abbott and Costello will find it , Mondon's ae Meeing tho Com
entertaining and hilarious. onation will bring them a boom
i ut of their present
THATS MY BOY EMS Seo .
Another comedy team is playing Last year the Festival was a
in THAT’S MY BOY at the Plaza, disappointment to them. One
Barbarees. This time it’s Dean leading restaurateur said today.
Martin aa:d Jerry Lewis—who are “The Festival never produced
less a farce-comedy but it is also jt attracted the wrong sort of
a sharp satire because, although people. But the Coronation we
played in a slapstick vein, it hit’ hope will be a very different
hard at false values in contemp- proposition.”
confused when I saw it because I cabaret acts from all over the
could not make up my mind as to ..4.4q on show.
what the director was aiming at— “Restaurants are keeping quiet
comedy or satire—but I concluded about their plans, as managers
The story concerns the neurotic, Hy
ae he . For the visitors unwiling to
hywectortcriny dl ae pay the prices of the West End,
American footballer and an Olym- *- tll be special Coronation
pie swimming champion, whose there will be specia
‘ * ‘ i try. Cne
son, his own athletic triumphs. throughout the coum
Dominating the boy completely he chain of | halls glan to_ hold .
sends him to college and forces special “Festival of Dancing.
him to play football—only to dis- Others are planning free on to

and the director has certainly gq unsympathetic. However,
through the air to an invisible
The supporting cast enters into Evening Standard Reporter
difficulties.

new to me. The film is more oer the West End trade we hoped for.
orary society. I admit to being ~ Coronation visitors will find
i ota pone of Tash. look for acts that are “different”.
father tries to relive, through his arrangements in dance halls
grace the team by scoring a touch- all visitors. —L

type of drinker. The automatic
Poultry Notes ... Megasse. jnay vequire cleaning daily.
4. Until the — is re
—I was ver leased a few ing,” throw a s amoun'
wake. ago to wee that you had Scratch Grain around in late
started “Poultry Notes.” In your afternoon or early morning to
issue of Sunday the 5th October, suit your feeding arrangement’
however, you gave advice on the or stir it with a stick about twice
use of Megasse, which, from the weekly. In three or four w
experience of poultrymen in it will be “working. No more
America and Britain and from turning will be required.
our own in your little Island is 5. Provide mobile perches if
rather out of date. Nearly all possible but they are not really
labour can be cut out and one necessary. '
man can look after at least 1,200 6. Do not remove the litter
birds (3,000 is claimed in Eng- anless you require some for your
land) if the following advice is garden and then be sure you
followed and if suitable housing leave at least half so that the
is available. The smallest house whole mass is still “working.
can be worked this way. Add a little fresh from time to
1. Place about three inches of time if necessary. This Deep
Megasse on the floor ... under Litter compost is excellent for
the perches, under the nests and flowers and vegetables.
under the drinkers (all these 7, In damp weather do more
should be about 22 inches above turning but there is no need to
floor level). Dropping Boards or remove the litter because of
Pits are not nedessary unless you slight moisture on the top. If it
require the manure. becomes really wet remove all of
2. Use the hanging type of it, let the floor dry and start
feeder or one similar. This will again.
probably need filling once a Jt has been proved in America
week. that old litter has a high food
3. Change the water daily if value and is rich in the Animal
do not use the automatic protein factor, Vitamin B12,






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POULTRY
NOTES

Cannibalism has the same
meaning for poultry keepers as for
the resa of mankind. Hens will not
only eat eggs but will eat one
another unless precautions are
taken against cannibalism. Over-
crowding encourages cannibalism
and disease, so provide plenty of
floor ae will ie a
minimum uare
bird and the emai will each a
quire 3% square feet.

fore moving new pullets into
the laying house old hens should
be sold oer culled and placed in a
separate house. Old hens will not
pnly bully pullets but are likely
jlo pass on diseases to which they
Ihave become immune.

When the old hens have been
removed the laying house should
be thoroughly cleaned. Scrape off
>lingin, droppings and scrub
thro ut. Insect oil should be
applied to all wood surfaces to kill



bacteria, coccidia, molds,
e; and mites.

fter the house has been thor-
oughly dried put down clean me-
gasse, Six inches to start with will
be adequate and you can add new
megasse every three to four
weeks.

If you have not wormed your
birds at 10—12 weeks, you ought
to do so before putting them in the
laying house. You'll need about 3
lbs. of worm feed for each 50 pul-
lets. Some poultry keepers worm
their birds at 10—12 weeks and
again before transferring them to
the laying house. All through thee
notes I keep on emphasising the
importance of good management,
good sanitation and good feeding
to remind you how to get more
from the birds you have, providing
of course that you have birds with
in-bred ability to lay,

You should aim to have your
Leghorns laying at 442 months and
your heavies one month later,

The earlier your birds lay the
fess you will spend an growing
feed. Tests conducted on the re-
search farm of the manufacturers
of one of the poultry feeds sold in
Barbados show how important is
pro feeding. Birds of the same
variety fed the right way were 1%

nds heavier at 20 weeks old
than their sisters raised on
poor growing ration. And
they average 21 eggs more
than their sisters over a test period
when egg prices were ghest.
From ten hens this would mean
210 more eggs! Many local poultry
keepers claim that no matter how
well you feed your birds you will
not get results if you bring them
to the laying house in the hot
weather months. This claim seems
to be well justified by experience
and you ought therefore to aim at
buying chicks at times of the year
which will make their initial lay-
ing period coincide with the open-

worm

cool season coincides with the
tourist season when there is
greater demand for eggs than at
other times of the year there is
everything to be gained by having
full egg production at this time
rather than earlier.
Riboflavin ¢ and other B vitamins
are present. They are generated
by the droppings, and there is no
difference whichever type is used.
Megasse_ is probably the finest
Deep Litter in the world. The
use of it saves 90% of labour
costs as compared with the old
system and gives us several B
vitamins in the bargain.

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time in this world that we have
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ADVOCATE

(By AGRICOLA)
CASSAVA

IN recent weeks, there has been a scarcity of locally
grown roots and vegetables.
tainable, even if not available in full supply, were not to
be had at any price. So accustomed to our regular sup-
plies of yams and sweet potatoes, there is, quite under-
standable, a tendency to bewilderment when both of these
favourites are off the market at the same time.

Gardening Hints
For Amateurs

Poinsettias Again

Although a great deal has al-
ready been written on the subject
of Poinsettias, it may be just as
well to remind gardeners again
that October brings round the
controversial subject as to whether
Poinsettias should be cut back a
second time or not.

Of course they have had their
first cut, the double ones in March,
and the single ones in August, and
the bushes are now in full vigour
again, tall and leafy in prepara-
tion for their show of crimson
bracts in December, It seems
almost a pity to touch them, and
this is the opinion of many gar-
deners.

True, this second cut in October
is not a drastic down to the ground
one like the first, but is more in
the nature of a trimming back,
when each branch is trimmed
back about two feet from the tip,
with the idea of making the
plants thicker and more sturdy. It
also has the effect of making the
branches shoot two or even three
branches in the place of the one,
thus increasing the flower heads.

Well, there it is and gardeners
can take their choice as to wheth-
er to cut, or not to cut.

In any case a good dressing of
manure is very beneficial at this
time, and will certainly increase
the size and health of the flowers
in December.

Salvia that is at all stalky and
peaky looking should be cut to the
ground right away. After this,
manure and keep the plants well
watered, and with that treatment
and the rains they will soon be up
again. If the red and white
salvias are treated in this way
now they should be flowering
again by Christmas. Both these
salvias are so useful at Christmas
time when red and white flowers
are in such demand,

Chrysanthemum suckers — that
were planted out earlier in the
year, should by now, be stretching
out and growing tall. Those that
have not been already staked
must be in need of staking, for
if they are allowed to flop the
plants will get out of shape and
the blooms will suffer in conse-
quence. For tieing up the plants
use colourless raffia, or tape like
string as either of these are less
likely to injure the stem than a
finer string. Make the tie loose
and in a bow, so that as the plant
e@rows the tie can be easily re-
moved and tied higher.

When local seeds are collected
for replanting be sure to see that
they are thoroughly dry before
being stored for otherwise they
are apt to mildew.

Any seeds that are left. over
from the Annual seed planting
can be stored if they are put in a
glass jar with a screw top, screwed
down securely and kept in the
Refrigerator, Seeds will keep in
this way for years.

Collecting your own seeds is a
fascinating hobby and saves quite
a lot in these days when seeds
are so expensive. It simply
means putting a bag over a few
flowers of the chosen plant and
letting them thoroughly dry on
the plant in the sun. After the
dried flower has been cut off and
the seeds separated, they (the
seeds) must be dried in the sun
again, until they are thoroughly
dry, Put them in tiny change
envelopes with mame and date
written outside, and store.

Sweet potatoes usually ob-

Yet, much more use could be
made of sweet cassava at such
times since it grows so easily
and, with little or no attention,
could be available at almost any
period of the year. It certainly
should not be lightly regarded as
an article of diet, for cassava—
both bitter anq sweet—is the
most dependable food crop of
many parts of the tropics. ere
is a fair amount of bitter cassava
grown in the island and worked
up into stock feed. At different
times, notably during the war,!
cassava flour has been tried in an
admixture for bread making and
found wholly suitable and pala-
table. But, so long as wheat
flour was forthcoming, a mixture
of it with cassava did not find
favour .
Some of the West Indian terri-
tories had cause to regret this
seeming neglect and had to do
without bread for varying ri-
ods. There have been recent re-
ports of shortage locally,

To-day, however, we wish to
make a case for sweet cassava in
particular. After being harvest-
ed, it does not keep so well as,
say, sweet potatoes; but, by
wrapping the tubers in a moist
bag, their keeping qualities are
enhanced. Below, we five some
of the better known methods of
use as aids, especially i> those
who may not have thought seri-
ously of utilizing cass2va as an
article of food :

Boiled. Peel. Cut into pieces.
Put into boiling salt water. Boil
until tender. ‘ake out of the
water at once and serve.

Roasted. Place a root of cassa-
va in the ashes. Allow to roast
until tender. Scrape off the outer
skin. Burst and serve hot with
butter or margarine. A good
practice is to wrap in a table
napkin when serving so as to
keep warm.

Puffs. Peel. Boil until soft.
Mash and remove any lumps.
Add salt, a little butter or mar-
arine and a well beaten egg.

oll in bread crumbs and fry in
Jard or oil. Delicious this way.

Meal or Farine. Wash and pee!
tubers. Grate. Press so as to
force out juice, Sift, Spread
meal thinly not deeper than one
inch—on flat iron pan. Set over
fire, raking constantly back-
wards and forwards. If the heat
is too strong meal becomes
brown, the object being to dry
not to bake the product. The
small householder can _ easily
make the meal in small quanti-
ties as required in any ordinary
iron pan, Bitter cassava can also
be used for this.

Porridge. Place two _table-
spoonsful of farine in half-a-pint
of water. After soaking for 20
minutes, boil for five minutes in
half-a-pint of milk or water.
Serve as porridge. Excellent with
brown sugar.

Bread. The fresh, wet, sifted
meal can be formed into thick,
round cakes and baked on hot
iron plates,

Flake Tapioca. Peel tubers of
either bitter or sweet cassava.
Grate, Agitate in water, washing
the loosened starch through mus-
lin. Allow the liquid to settle, pre-
ferably in shallow receptacles.
Pour off the water and expose the
starch to the sun. When the first
crack appearg in the surface of
the moist starch, rub through a
coarse sieve. Half-pound batches
of tapioca can be cooked in an
ordinary 12-inch frying pan,
which must not be too hot; keep
Starch in constant motion until
steaming stops and the product
assumes a flaky appearance, Re-
move, dry and sieve,

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B’DOS TELLS W.I. BOARD
INTEREST IN INDIAN
TOUR WANING

;

By O. 8S. COPPIN

‘T°HE Board of Management of the Barbados Cricket Association
must be congratulated on the very definite and intelligent step
which they took at their meeting on Friday in dealing with the ques-
tion of the Indian tour.
My only other comment in this connection is that the Board of
Management of the Barbados Cricket Association should not be the
only member body of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control to

do this. THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE BY ALL and so put an
end to this nonsense,
CONGRATS! LOCAL BOARD

MUST congratulate the local Board on the excellent phrasing in
Which the missive to the W.I. Board is couched and I can foresee
ho objection to the cable itself even if this valuable advice is not
acted upon, :
The Indian Cricket Board of Control sat last Sunday and if, as
the President of the Indian Cricket Board of Control said, the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control did not agree with the “modifications”
oy equested, then the tour would be off.
te at inn ateees that the West Indies Cricket Board of Control |
did not agree and if the President of the Indian Cricket Board of |
Control could go as far.as to say, according to a Reuter report, that
even if the West Indies did not answer, agreeing with their terms in
time for the meeting last Sunday that they would consider that this
meant their request for “modifications” had not
these parts and the tour would be off, then the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control, in the circumstances, should consider the tou
if they have not yet heard from the President of the Indian
since that time.

WALCOTT, WEEKES & MARSHALL HERE

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Intercolonial Rifle Meet This Month |“**°re

week batsmen
Mayers carried the score from 38

when Proverbs was
Hewitt off Foster’s bowling.
Marshall who joined Mayers heip-
ed carry the score to 175 before nu
| Was out caught by Alleyne off Mr,
|Headley’s
been agreed tO In |jnnin



Yesterday

’s Cricket

Wanderers vs College At Bay




.. 164 and 46 for two wickets



YOUNG DAVID MAYERS joined the ranks of century |

makers for the season yesterday at the Bay when he scored | his absence. With the possible e
a fine 105 runs against Harrison College as the first div

fixture between Wanderers and College was continued.

Mayers’ contribution wa

innings by the middle batsmen Roy Marshall and skipper hardly be at his best for this mee

Denis Atkinson who scored 4
tween them enabled Wande
closed with their score at 289

Despite the formidable score by
Wanderers, the College ground

fielding was good ana at times
brilliant,
1

a

In reply, College have
ost their opening batsmen Hope
nd Morris tor 46 runs.
When play started, the over-
Proverbs and

to 106 before the first wicket fell,
caught by
Roy

bowling. Marshall's
gS was a bright one which
ncluded seven boundarits. Denis

if Atkinson partnered Mayers who
was batting patiently, and
the score past the 200 run mark.
Atkinson

Saw

was in a run-getting

s backed by good supporting

6 and 41 respectively, and. be-
rers to declare their innin
for the loss of eight wickets.

Shaped to turn it to leg.

H. Cox, the Carlton left arm
medium-slow bowler was steady
and finished with an analysis of
five for 53 in 20 overs. Williams
also bowled with untiring effort.
He had lost his pacer Edghill after
tea, and he pegged away for the
greater part of the day. He fin-
ished with an. analysis of 2 for
113 in 26 overs, but these figures
belied his performance.

C. Atkins scored 20, C. Smith 15,
C. L. Walcott 18, N. Harrison 26,
Phillips 29, and B K. Bowen 12.

EMPIRE vs. PICKWICK
Pickwick 203 and 17 for no w
Empire wath

~#
Empire batting in their first
innings on a wicket that was tak-



289 for eight dec'd, |

ision | C@ty a great deal of condition) they all look well.

2S | Ali and Super Je

kts.! room for only one doubt; that she
155 | able temperament of her Dam. Th

|

| RACING NOTES

By BEN BATTLE

J THINK that the first thing we must do in writing this week’s col-

umn is to welcome back Mr. Fred Bethe! after his trip to the U.S,
and to say how pleased we are to hear that his visit Was a success in
every way. Looking very fit (he says he has lost 10 pounds) and no
less jovial than when he went away lucky Fred should have ever,
reason to be satisfied with the way that his horses have thriven in
xception of Test Match (never one to

i I was especially
taken with Mary Ann who seems to be in wonderful fettle, and with

First Admiral she has done well in every way and appears very much
more robust than was his wont. The big half bred Mr. Friendship wil)
ting but there are few youngsters
cts in their respective classes can be brighter than
anything to complain of, about the condition of Abu
t. All in all Mr, Bethel’s prospect of a good meeting
have never been brighter—and when one considers what he has done
in the past that is saying a lot
THE GALE STRING
rr GALE STRING, which space did not’ permit me to mention
last Sunday, is a powerful one. Although it is regrettable
no longer see that genuine stayer Doldrum at e
has under his care such promising material
shiels, and the new-comers Fluffy Ruffles and Highland Spur, in the
imported classes. Of these perhaps Spear Grass, now demoted into C,
and with the benefit of her experience in August to help her, may
prove the best bet, but the big striding Galashiels ought by no means
‘o be neglected. I am not quite as happy about the prospects of High-
iand Spur, but Fluffy Ruffles shows signs of pace, In the Creole classes
Mr. Gale will have Cross Bow whose “lean and hungry” appearance
has now earned him the nickname of the “lizard” but who is always
a force to be reckoned with over a distance of ground, In addition Mr.
Barnard has sent a two-year-old Burnt Gold who on breeding at any
rate should be in the very first flight. By Burning Bow out of the ex.
ceptionally fast mare Secret Treasure, Burnt Gold’s pedigree leaves
might inherit the somewhat unreli-
at she has done, so I for one would
S undeniable that she has exhibited

whose future prospe
his. Nor is there

P that we
xercise, Mr, Gale sti]|
as Spear Grass and Gala-

be the last to assume although it i
some signs of impetuosity.

controls the hair
without excessive

I wonder if the Barbados Cricket authorities realise the excellent mood and his sparkling innings
opportunity which has been vouchsafed them for improving local a Teen Saas Sane
cricket with the presence of the three International cricketers; + ortly a af ee? aioe
Walcott, Weekes and Marshall who are holidaying here for the winter. mussal at 24, y 5 eet os =

These three players have built up for themselves a handsome ee the oe at = oe -
{reputation in English League cricket and it is fairly generally known © d Rh ae floes 2 : nes
|that since their duties as players proper require them to play only tiv wiess 2 not 0 spec
{on Saturday afternoons that coaching is a part of their business.

Many high-flown theories and a spate of rosy promises have been
made since the return of the West Indies team from Australia with




NEW ARRIVALS

: raws near so do the Country Stables forsake
their First Division cricket match | their haunts among the canefields and the Paddock is now almost
with Pickwick at Kensington Oval. full, Recent arrivals in town have been the Walcott and Gill string:
Pickwick batted the whole of the | Of the former Flieuxvé is looking well enough to compensate for ne.
first day and scored 203 runs for â„¢4y disappointments in the past, while Aberford is staging a come-
the loss of ninewickets and tela a long absence. The Gill string comprise roughly the same
when play began yesterday they | 7 as were entered last August. I like the looks of Belle Surprise
declared at this score since one | jy 4 Cerne to be stronger than previously. The two half breds Sea
player is ill. Pickwick in their | {08m and Merschaum are developing along the right lines and might

ing turn were dismissed for 155

runs yesterday, the second day in S TIME for Races a

Immediately on
Lawless was out

resumption,

to a brilliant

: P catch by Hewitt off skipper Sim- is 1 vi : easily earn their kee » time aa A * ,
cegard to coaching local players but only Trinidad has set off to do | one owing. Wanderers: lost Second innings are 17 runs with-| Castly cpeignar wen Rent ee oming contains those
| anything officially sponsored with Internationals Jeffrey Stollmeyer lanother wicket with the score at out loss, ta ; one Ow and Dashing

Princess, a trio that will hardly go throug

|}and Gerry Gomez at the helm. ing brackets,

h the Meeting witho
In Barbados only the Barbados Cricket League have seen fit to use

AND ADDITIONS

268 when D. Lawless who partner-
ed Mayers was bowled by G. Fos-

Bowling for Pickwick yesterday
E. L. G. Hoad Jnr. captured eight

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| the services of Internationals E, A. V. ‘Foffie’ Williams and George |
| Carew but no scheme as such has been initiated by the local Cricket |
| Board nor has there been the necessity fdr its having to give its
| official blessing to one that has been started by some club or or,
} sation outside the Board.

“CHEAP TING NUH GOOD” |

T is always considered invidious to mention money with sport in |}

a semi-puritan place like Barbados and it is amazing the amount |
of services which people expect other people to render them
jfree of cost. However I have travelled three-quarters around the
world and have found that the old Chinese saying “cheap ting nuh |}
good” is true. Therefore when | suggest a coaching scheme in which |
we will be called upon to acquire the services of the professionals |
then I assume that they will be proportionately remunerated. |

It must be borne in mind that these gentlemen are on holiday |
and have been in the habit of working when they are here, Naturally |
a trip from England and back in addition to holiday expenses will |
make its mark even on the stoutest purse and so any to
utilise the services of the professionals in this capacity be
viewed from such a level.

The West Indies Cricket Board of Control granted the Leewards
and Windwards £500 to be spent on coaching schemes after the 1950
tour to England and whethé@r or not they made the best use of that
opportunity is their funeral; but it does show that this idea of mine
is not a new one, nor does it run counter to a principle already set |
by the West Indies Cricket Board of Control.

BARBADOS ATHLETES DO WELL
| ONGRATULATIONS in order for the Amateur Athletic |
Association of Barbados’ nominees and the members of the |
| Holborn: team on successful participationain the All Stars Athletic
| Meeting which ended last Sunday in Trinidad,
Miss Joyce Marshall, John Skinner, Len Hoad and Moore all |
have gained commendable individual recognition but in addition* to |
this I have learnt from ali sides that they merged themselves into |
a Barbados team and if this high standard of camaraderie and team
spirit can be maintained then I see a bright future for local athletics |
and cycling.
TRINIDAD BASKETBALL TEAM HERE |
|/ WHE visiting Carib Bears have been disposing of all local opposi-
| tion to date. Up to the time of going to press they have so far |
| beaten a combined Harrison College Old Boys-Carlion team, have
won the first Colony game and have beaten a Harrison College team.
All of these were decisive wins although the Barbados team on
| Thursday night were without the services as players of tall captain
Algy Symmonds and fleet footed “Brickie” Lucas of Carlton, both
of whom were indisposed. They were however available for the |
second Test last night, the results of which were not to hand when |
this article Yas written but whether the visitors repeat their first |
Colony win or not it is certain that with the inclusion of Symmonds
and Lucas they would have met with stronger opposition than in the
| First Test.
Organised basketball is a comparatively new game here and it was
obvious on Thursday night that the visitors’ ball passing and team
movements were cleaner and more finished than the local team. What- |
ever the result Barbados Basketball players will be thé richer for |
experience by virtue of the visit of this Trinidad team,
ANNUAL ANCHOR CUP SHOOT OCT, 24—30
Mo BARBADOS RIFLE ASSOCIATION will stage the Annual
Intercolonial Rifle Meet here from October 24 to October 30. This
competition is staged annually between te
British Guiana and Barbados.

ams representing Trinidad,

Each member territory stages the competition in succession at

home except when a West Indies team visits Bisley when the competi-
tion takes place there.

The Anchor Challen

team of six representing
Rifle Associations,

It was presente

g
5

move
should

|
are 1



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ge Cup is awarded annually to the winning
the Trinidad, British Guiana and Barbados

din 1928 by John Phillips, Esq., and from 1928 to



ter with his score at 9.

Perry Evelyn who partnered

ani-|Mayers kept his end up while
Mayers

raced to his century.
However, with his score at 105,
Mayers was run out in trying to
run a short one. His innings
which was marred by only two
chances, included eight boundaries,
Evelyn was not out with five to
his credif, when the innings was
declared closed at 4.20 with the
score at 289 for eight wickets

The most successful bowler for
the College team was Foster who
took three wickets for 59 runs.
T. N. Pierce and L. St, Hill did not

bat.

College ®pened their innings at
4.30 with Hope and Morris to the
bowling of Eric Atkinson and Roy
Marshall. With the total at 26
the first wicket fell when Hope
was caught by R, Lawless off
Marshall’s bowling. This let in
Hewitt who in his stay at the
wicket saw Morris dismissed with
his score at 17 and the total 44.
Two runs later play ended for the
day with Hewitt and Foster the
not out batsmen with 10 and 2
respectively to their credit.

SPARTAN vs. CARLTON

Carlton First Innings ....... ........ 189
Spartan First Innings (for nine
wickets) 260

Spartan led Carlton on first in-
nings yesterday when they scored
260 for nine wickets in reply to

| Carlton’s first innings, total of 189
made on the first day of the
match,

Spartan were extremely fortun-
ate in securing their 7l-run lead
over the Black Rock team, It was
due in a large measure to a very
poor all round show in the field
by Carlton themselves. Their
catching .was poor, their ground
fielding very much unlike the
Carlton team, and their picking up
and returns to the wicket equally
as_ bad.

of the Empire wickets for 74 runs
in 30 overs. He spun the ball well
and had all the Empire batsmen
in trouble. Eight of his 30 overs
were maidens. The Empire bats-
men who showed any resistance
were C, Hunte 26 and J. Bynoe 25,

Skipper Robinson
playing very cautiously still fell
a victim to Hoad after scoring 12,
W. Grant who opened with Hunte
also fell a victim to Hoad as he
moved down the wicket to hit,
only to be stumped by wicket-
keeper Taylor.

The Empire first innings ended
at 5 p.m., thus giving Pickwick
half an hour to bat on the wicket
with a lead
Taylor sent out E, Edwards and C,
Greenidge to open his innings and
when
were undefeated with
eight runs respectively,

POLICE vs. LODGE

Police .... 291 for 9 dec’d
SOGRR. 6 fk vee, 81 and 81
Police yesterday made short

work of the Lodge team by de-

feating them by an innings and UMOUR has it tha

129 runs,
Police declared

at their over-

week score of 291 for nine, and|as I now realise, a thought too light-hearted.
Sobers | work that it entailed. In spite of eve rything

thanks chiefly to G,
who followed up his century in
the first innings by capturing
nine wickets in the entire match
for 68 runs, The constables were
able to dismiss the school boys
for 81 runs in both innings.

In the school boys’ first innings
the only batsmen to reach double

although | although his appear.



|

of 48 runs. Skipper | se

stumps were drawn they) ing at Queen’s P
seven and in South Caribbean racing and to s

HE Jack Fletcher string has been augmented by three arrivals
from St. Kitts, These are Champagne whom we have seen before
Dynamite and Nit Wit. The latter is by Jetsam out of Mr. Bertie Proy-
srbs’ ill fated Quick Wit and is a very attractive little chestnut with a
lot of his Sire about him. Unfortunately at the moment he does not
appear one hundred per cent. sound and I should not imagine that he
will take a prominent part in this meeting. Dynamite, I understand is
ance does not in the least suggest it, half an Arab.
but I do not think that we can say much more about him at this stage.
The Trinidadian Assurance by Flotsam out of Nothing Sure, is another
recent addition, and a very welcome one to the depleted ranks of ou
D and E Class. It is to be hoped that she “goes not empty away” and
SO encourages others to make the trip, for without them our Racing
in the highest Creole Class would be dismal indeed.
STABLING IN TRINIDAD
ROUSING almost as much interest as the form of the horses
among the Paddock personnel these mornings is the burning
question of lack of accommodation in Trinidad. The difficulties be-
tting the T.T.C., in this respect are not belittled by anyone, but the
consensus of opinion is that they might have displayed a very much
more sympathetic attitude towards their visitors, The Christmas Meet-
ark has for a long time symbolised the highest point
‘ acrifice this proud reputation on
the altar of expediency without apparently making any sincere attempt
to find a solution is a step which the T.T.C., should shrink from taking.
All the more alarming is their apparent attitude towards the Classic
races, If nothing is done to safeguard visiting entries in these we may
see the farcical position arising in which they will be contested for
and won by horses completely unworthy of such an honour. Let us
hope that all is not as bad as it would at first sight seem,
BOOKIE’S RETURN
t this will be the last appearance for
tle’ who will give way to the returr
asked me to; “hold on” for him some

é

“Ben Bat-
ling Bookie. When the latter
months ago, my acceptance was,
I just did not know the
1 , I have enjoyed doing it
rf ne normal gratification at his
ler,

but in saying “Welcome back Bookit”
return will contain a faint sigh’ of re

FLOODLIT CYCLING AT
QUEEN’S PARK



figures were their opening bat
Murray who made 30 and L. Addie cine Lh
St. Hill 29. _THE first flood light cycle licking will be the real thiny,
Bowling for. Pdiice_G.. Robers sports ever to be held in Barbados and no gentle sparring as is usu-
took five for 35 runs and F. will be staged at Queen’s Park ally seen when stick-licking is on
Taylor, four for 17 in Lodge's next Saturday night when the the programme for any occasion.
first innings. Caribbean National Independent
Forced to follow on 210 runs se pene aes annual Shooting :
behind, Lodge were again dis- | *®*©- 1e fete begins at 2 p.m.
missed for 81. Sobers and Taylor |#"4 will finish after midnight. Tire:

Had they taken advantage se “ee poe rere each for 33
D ities given them by ‘ :
- Maeriae sae, ee ele Farmer and’ Bradshaw one each
have had Spartan in a very bad for 14 runs each,

position, They gave Keith Wal- Double figure atsr
eott two chances, and he went on school’s second innings ‘
to score 57. Harris also had his St. Hill who made 22, Johnson

share of luck and raised 48.

The highlight of the day’s play
however, was some fierce hitting
by Frank Phillips at number 11.
He scored 29 in 15 minutes, and
in the process, he pulled C, B.
Williams for a four and two con-

19, and J. Farmer 13 runs.

Table Tennis



DIANE AND ROSALIND ROWE track are being asked to compete,

former world table tennis cham-

respectively, and |i" this novel sports, especially as

batsmen in the to hold similar sports last week
were but had to call them off,

Much interest has been created Major Warren And
Mr. Hassell

Top Score

Major A. S. Warren and Mr.
L. W. Hassell topscored with a
tetal of 98 points each in the
Practice Shoot of the Small Bore
Rifle Club yesterday, The condi-
tions were good. The next prac-
tice shoot will be hela on Wednes-

the Barbados Amateur Athletic
Association had recently planned

There will also be athletic
sports, but they will not be run
in the usual official manner of
previous heats and then finals, but
athletes and cyclists who have
gained some reputation on the

At the fete there will also be

; : ; ive sixes. Keith Walcott also ,; ave already enced a display of Caribbe: , day
=e 1934 it was shot for according to the rules of the King’s 1# stage the | Secutive s eae pions have already commence play of Caribbean exports. 4y. ; ‘
TRACTOR TYRES Highest Possible Score being 630 for a team of 6. During that period showed eae an ee oes their training schedule in a bid There will be a prize for the best _ Following were the eight best
Trinidad has won it four times, Barbados twice and British Guiana ee ie, Sua tours to regain their title at Bucharest | dressed lady. Included in the SCOres. :
- e ‘y once, raise is thew Clyde, making his D€Xt March. They have given up| many for#s of amusement will ; ; ‘ Points.
As From 1935 to 1938 and then from 1946 to 1951, war years 1939- . ro a e the field since their jobs as short-hand typists) be a few bouts of stick-licking. Mr. L. Ww. Hassell ++ 98
ee J & 1945 having intervened, the cup was shot for acccr-ding to the King’s i velciee teh “England did not to concentrate on their piay.|One thing of interest in these ue A. S. Warren - 98
on poanag stage the Highest Possible Score being 900 for a team of six. cence off well, but his innings of Their programme from now on bouts will be that the contestants ae = a Soins ig oe
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TORNADO TOURNAMENT Water Polo 492 RUNS AGAINST B.G. | The Topic








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FOR HOT-HOT DAYS \

BARBADOS won the seeond Intercolonial Tornado Teams Chosen (From Our Own Correspondent) \
tournament which was sailed against Trinidad last week i GEORGETOWN, British Guiana, Oct. 11 USE COOL-COOL TALC \\
in Cortiaie Bay. Barbados scored 97 points as against Trini- _ The Trinidad Water Polo A sound unfinished opening stand between Bruce 5: ext |
dad’s % and thus retained the Trophy which they brought ‘““®™— men’s and women’s - Pairaudeau 42, and Leslie Wight 49, reduced Jamaica’s \ Y
from Trinidad last year. â„¢ " + oe wil coneate sepingt Bar. first innings lead over British Guiana by 93 runs. Thanks Soothing fresh and fragrant, | .

Reshetbatt : - Teddy Hoad’s Vamoose TK 40 polo tournament here later this tO 157 runs partnership by Binns 82, and Miller 86, Jamaica keeps you dainty and coni- |
: : (B) took first place in the series month have now been chosen, it reached the tall total of 492 in reply to British Guiana’s 236. I

forteble, adorned in tt



dni with 38% poifits and was awarded was learnt heré yesterday. :
’ P the lap prizé for the fastest in- The Barbados ‘teams will be . Jamaica resumed at 310 for @ N. Bonitto |.) wo N Wight 7 fragrance men love
Carib Bears dividual Jap, when in the second selected on Sunday the 19th of wickets with Binns and Miller at Binns b Persaud * 82 ;
oe she finished the course in October. the wickets and a big Saturday Scoriett | b.w Gaskin 28
23.08. 2 “rowd si them take Miller c Binns b Persaud 86
. Seven new players have bee: afternoon crowd saw " ; ri >
Win Series Ivan Perkins “Edril” was second chosen ainong the sixteen who the score to 447 before Binns was 5. onarides » Persaud 4
‘ in the series with 32% points will be making the trip for the bowled by Persaud, slow googly Valentine 1b w. Gaskir 18
while be ta + Was secured by annual intercolonial series, The bowler. who was brought on in Fextras: byes 8 | byes 6, wides 1,
THE touring Trinidad Basket- Trinidad’s 47 “Tempest” with new players are T. Samuel, ©. the time of need. pcaleg hs =
ball team Carib Bears beat an ®% total of 30 points, Davis, J. Humphrey, (for the Persaud went 6n to take 2 other Total 42
Island team a second time to win To-day at 10.30 a.m. the fina! men’s team); D. Mendes, M. wickets in quick succession and om
the series wheh they scofda 4 face will be opened to all class; Stollmeyer, N. Delmas and R, Was matniy responsible for the Wicket pti —O1, 86, 296, 242, 282,
34—11 victory last night over the of Tornadoes. At the conclusion King (for the women’s team) tail end collapse er ea ais NALYSIS
(sland five at the ¥.M.P.C. part of the Trinidad’s team wil! Johnny Gatcliffe and Ann Faced wiih a_ deficit 256, ’ i 1% M R. W
j Lam sgt s — rat the >¢ Feturning home. Bradley will captain the respec- Brilish Griana’s openin: pair, Gaskin Pe ee me
ourth of five matches the visitors cs tive teams which will try to re- Faitaudeau and Wight, ! ved up Pedney ul 5 im 8
were to play and they have won ‘na eae, afternoon gain the trophies from iretos t« the oecension and pleased the _ - 2 e = : °
So This win, like all ee Trinidad 18 eure 2 points and this year. The teams are expected crowd with attractive cricket and Christiani ’ :(r§ Boye Misnaay hast was “D" day
others, was very conyincing. or a . to leave Trinidad on sce the ease with which thay played Gibt 4 i 40 0 ina ae aay a ‘prised Joe
Trinidad. Doc Clarke scored 9, monn on ath started Teddy ‘October 22, and oe ae the international Valentine, ee 2 é - z ~Whise ede nie ee mand eran
and Norman Pierre 10. ) got the jump open the following day with the They were undefeated with 93 British Guana’s Sscond Lonings ° .

After. the rain had delayed play *"¢ held that position throughout frst tests. The second test is When play stopped 25 minut Wight not out 49 | What! what! caused all this surprise



some half an Hour, a further de- ‘he race. Passing the starting scheduled for : 2 ; fore ‘full. tin a vil] de ‘ 42 | Pray! Can a comrade tell? |
, > 3 r the succeeding Fri- before tu ime They will 9 [It was 1 Oke one de
lay occurred when it was discov- oom after Teddy and very close to day and the third on the Sg sume on Monday with a def ides 1 2 Y wee enn Paty + A sae saered
ered that all three whistles were 717 Was TK 85 (B)sand TK 45 gay following. On the Sunday Cf 163 still to be wiped off Tota 98 :
ot available. At 8.45, the game ‘T)- & the * egy rian 28 [ame marching, boys on Monday
not ava e. , the game the only club match of the tour The scores:— Lacked 1
which was scheduled to start at On the run to the Bay Street@ will pe played ; BOWLING ANALYSIS ia eae aE EET SOA. CRSA gen
8 p.m., began. mark, some skilful sailing by the} The ‘Trinidad te: eth SCOREBOARD bi oe Oo OM BONN Po aust staged a requiem ma
On the heavy track layers three yachtsmen who got the jum \y o ; eams are 4S British Guiana’s First Innings 2) $ iP ® 4 : 3 ° .
n av} ck, play 8 Jump" follows: MEN’S J. Gatcliffe Jamaica First Innings Liller Much of tt
started off running gingerly. The &t the start helped them to roundge(Captain): H. Sraith. J. Taneign, Rae icb.w. Bishop 103 Valentine 14 420 oP Much of the men were missing
that mark in the s iti aptain); H. Smith, J. Tiexeira, * eee 38 Scott 5 0 0} The few who fell in line
Island team gained an_ early nh the same position.Ac Gill, T. Samuel. L. Agard. J. %).bonitte > Bishos geese} Oe | eel ; ; ia. oo | Were Like the so-called followers
chance for a goal when they were followed by TK 36 (B), TK 47 (T) ps So eae gard, J. Thorbourn ¢ Mairaudeau b N, Wight 1 Sea Of the “Father Divine

awarded a free throw, but Quin- TK 37 (T), TK 38 (B) and TK 48;

tyne was unable to get the ball (T). tee WOMEN’S: Ann si Bradle : Wendt Coan Fein. fad. them?
in the nets. By this time Teddy Hoad in (Capt.), P. Knaggs, R. Sellier | Ss. SCOREBO R Race wea io Shine. Baveerine




















































As the game got going, for the TK 40 was away ahead of all the Woodburn, R. K. King. S, Knaags. And throw things out of gear?
first time the touring team were Others and the positions ehange? D. Mendes, M. Stollmever ana N R Fal kets: 1 for 14, 2 for 41, 31 Where? Where
being hard put to hold their own. completely when rounding the Delmas. $ Cart 8, aneere r 52 "7 0, 5 for 140,°6 for 143, 4 That milk ihe Union elt mee
At one time for about a spell of western mark. They rounded in Meanwhile in Barbados the COLLSGE—ist in : 16! 143, 8 for 187, 9 for 162 Cheating representation
half a minute the Island team did the following order: TK 40 (B), local players continue to put in Te NOREA RS it saningn SO WRANG Arta te eee ie arene
not allow the Carib Bears to touch TK 37 (T), TK 47 (T), TK 38(B), some hard practices in prepara- W. ‘Knowles G Willers bisiemiene 9 Barke oo ae. & baat gran eck OAL. “bathe sealant”
the ball, though they still could TK 45 (T), TK 48 (T) TK 35 (B) tion for the tour G. Proverbs ¢ Hewitt b Foster 38. W. Grant 7 8 1 Can one the comrades tell?
not take shots with any freedom, @nd TK 36 (B), The men will be competing for 2. Mayers run out 105 King 0% 6 86 4 | Has he too told the Unto
About four minutes after start — The race: started in a light North the “Elite” Cup and the ledies KR. Marshall ¢ Alleyne b Mr. Headley 46 A. Hold a8 a ae You boys can go te he
i Bar- We d eozo and tt course wi as S 1). Atkinson ec Griffith b Fos 41 © Field ve 6 .
of play, Clifford Gittens put Bar i ee and will be competing for the k. Lawless c Hewitt b Simmor 4 §. Rudder \ “4 Xe Leader! Yes De Leader
bados two up with a nicely judg- was again north about. “Crushy” Cup. It’ is expected that D: Lawless b Foster... 9 J Bynoe oe ie Of course has done his best
ed backboard shot. The bouncing the ladies’ matches will com- 2 Evelyn net out ) le fought his battles bravely
of a Carib Bear by Gittens, allow- Hoad Leads Again me at 8.3 : cOM~- +. Pierce (did not bat 0 Empire Ist Innings He fought and saved a mess!
ed Trinidad to gain their first nce at 8.30 p.m. and the men’s \.. St. Hill (did not bat) 0 W Grant stpd. (wkpr. Taylor
a oO gal : On the leg to the Beagle after matches at 9.00 pan. eacn night Extras 18 » E. Hoad 18 hose Whe can think must thank him
points some two minutes later. clearing the western mark, Hoad except the Sunday game which Total (for @ wkts, decd) ae: C. ate 2 yey Be eee 26 | For directing affairs
Trinidad took the lead shortly was still always sailing by him- w’'ll be played in the morning. — sons Geeaiia 6 Sreenidge/ D'S. Hon? ie en eer 5
after when College’s Hugh East- self. He showed the others that A Water Polo practice ion tn Fall of wickets 1/10; 2/34; 3/106; + an mm oe hs 2 Was growing wheat with tares
mond made but a half-hearted the lead which was taken from preparation for the visit of the */!7: 5/241; 6/246; 7/268; 8/289. Robinso Greenidie May God bless the brave Leader
effort to reach the ball following him yesterday afternoon was still Trinidad Water Polo t : BOWLING ANALYSIS b E, Hoad a The man who did his best
a perfect pass from Algy Sym-~ there for him. The rounding of played ee ee ee o, Se under © Poser 0.5. cee 8 But boys for his successor
monds and “Doc” Clarke dashed the Beagle completed the end of played at the Aquatic Club this Mi. Headley 20 9 & 2 _ Fields ¢ (wkp Taylor) b : May our God save the rest.
through and snatched the ball. the first lap. They rounded in “Ormng at 9.80 a.m. The teams f° Grimith 3 0 m6 Holder ¢ Foster bE. Hoad 15 Pou says the sun is setting . :
The end of the first quarter found this order: TK 40 (B), TK 37 (T) are as follows :— G. Foster 9 » 58 & H King run out 6 And it is sinking fast ENO’S “ Fruit Salt" is soothing and settling ¢
Carib Bears leading 10—5. TR “ (T), TK 38 (B), TK 45 (T). a aoe Pr 6. MoClean, E. Hope 5 o BoB. Barker not out 13 [When the dirk shadows deeper the stomach upset by unsuitable food or drink.
s (B), TK 48 (T), and TK 36 py? Terr a = ' — . ° I iN) satel lieve over- t ‘
Pace Quickened (B : ; ““ K, Ince and D. Bannister. COLLEGE—2na_ Innings ‘Yotal 158 [Time! Time is the prime factor t will safely relieve over-acidity, a most
The pace of the game got faster re the second lap to the Bay , (2) 4. Weatherhead, N. & Hope c R, Lawless b R. Marshal! 8 , Ve cn ameee ars, frequent cause of indigestion, beartburn, and flatulence, Pleasant,
during the second quarter with Street mark the rounding was Browne, T: Yearwood, Gerard R. {y Wewitt ‘not oan Ma ok Yor “ton, 8 fon Tih, s tor hie, dinate toe ie deieg | eefreshing ENO’S is the gentle corrective most of us need to kee}
Carib Bears getting more aggres- almost the same as the nd of the Jordan, F. Portillo, H. Portillo, G. Foster not out ‘ 2 7 for 127, 8 for 133, 9 for 147 C Y the system regular, And it is a safeguard against morning liveris!
sive. One thing though, the Bears Jast lap, except that TK 45 (T) 29d M. Weatherhead. Extras 4 \ We all went up to Queen's Park aren 5S . $a safegue 3 g liveris!
were meeting good opposition es- y;ounded last - BOWLING ANALYSIS _We could have gone to bed | ness. ENO’S contains no sugar or harsh purgatives. It is particularly
ially f th binati f . ree Total ‘for 2 wkts.) .. 46 Oo M RnR. W Comparing this year's spree-time 4 ps : Sa
ecially from the combination o ‘ . Birkett e. 8 - Things were cold and half-dead | suitable for anyone with a delicate stomach. Keep your ENO’S handy
ittens, Edghill, Symmonds, God- __On the run to the western mark Ne thall A ein ot wicktids 176: 946. Gresnidin 6.813 & - a a 7 }
dard and Luras. oo a TK 40 (B) rounded first, and there e t BOWLING ANALYSIS ore 2 ; G. Hoad eS aS Twas ede, atter mid-night g
of this quarter, this combination was a hard*tussle between TK 47 : : D N 2 WwW nr.) 7 ’ _ We then had a full spree .
was broken as the players got tired (T) and TK 37 (T) but eventual! St. Barnabas = Atkinson 5 3 % 3 W. Greening oe Wand the gitle ‘in ‘full glee. ~ : ‘
and it was noticeable that the only TK 47 after some brilliant tacking D. Atkinson 3 2 7 8 o. M R w : | ae
one with the stamina to continue and keen sailing rounded second, ,, Women members of the Mal- i. Lawless 2 were *.8 Pickwick Ynd Innings , | Twas then the little monkey,
was Gittens. Substitutes were the others followed in this order: V°'® Club will play men members ™ N. Pierce oe ee wae mot out & Fig ees tia aia Robert er’ ° .
brought on and at one time the TK 37 (T) which did a lot of tack- ‘ @ netball match at St. Barnabas cartroN—ist Innings ........ 189 "Extras 2} Danced ‘ull they nearly dead q ru it a t
five on the field for the Island ing to the keward to mak rd next Wednesday. The Club is a sPARTAN—Ist Innings (for 9 wkts.) 260 . . : f
& t e thi : ;
were Gittens and the four College place, TK 48 (T), TK 35 (B) made Comparatively new club and net- “sid SPARTAN—ist Innings iz Total (for n..o wicket 17 The printers had the people ic : fh 7 2
players. It was now that the it after some hard trying with ball is one of its chief games. On \. Walcott c¢ R. Hutchinson b Cox 57 BOWLING ANALYSIS And all their friends and club mates | ath +
superb fitness of the Carib Bears TK 38 (B), TK 36 (B). Wednesday night, sometime after ©. Smith run out 15 Oo. M RW Just bothed in J. & R | per Ts SPECIALLY
was seen to advantage, as their Rounding the beagle to end the the netball match, the Club will © 1 Waleott b G. Edgehill p13 SB By Maeaes ee ee
best—“Doc” Clarke, “Fox Pierre, second lap. TK 40 (B) rounded it stage a dance N. Harrison ¢ F. B. Edvhill b Cox 26 H, Barker a ‘ ed by RECOMMENDED
co ety ; J stage . L._F. Harris ¢ McKenzie b C. B, HM. King \ 4 sponsor
and te Eure ‘were During leaving the greets ying at the ——______—___— ica ‘ Williams 48 A. Holder 1 ‘ \ for IRREGULAR ACTION
enou play through. western mark. When the ame N. Harrt & b C. B. Williams 9
this period the Bears increased to the Beagle TK 47 (T) ub eae the mark—TK 38 (B), TK 48 (T), 5 Griffith stpd (wkpr.) Marshall POLICE vs LODGE J&R BAKERIES SICK HEADACHE,
their lead and half time found cond, TK 37 (T), TK 48 (T), TK and TK 45 (T), “ b Ger sab W Gb et 2 retie i 1 for © declared f BILIOUSNESS,
the score 24—9, 35 (B), TK 38 (B), TK 36 (B), TK , After the wind left those, the jy «Rowen not out 12 Lodge Ist innings makers 0 INDIGESTION, ete.
At the beginning of the third 45 (T) followed in that order. beagle was rounded by Teddy F, Phillips not out 29 C. Grant ib w. Taylor 5
quarter, the island five were Sym- = After rounding the Bay Street Moad in TK 40 (B) and TK 47 (T) Extras 10 1. Murray b Taylor. a0 ENRICHED BREAD .
monds, Quintyne, Lucas, Edghill mark in the last lap to the West- Skippered by Roddy Bynoe who ,,,7! (for WK ios og Ant: ik Guided ¢ wiackmen b hebelo.. 8 Sold in bottles for
and Gittens while Trinidad had ern mark they rounded in this ‘lowed him closely. _ 4/120; 5/189; 6/200; 7/203; 8/216; 9/88, Mr. Wilkes b Taylor 6 and the blenders of | lasting freshness.
the indefatigable £ Doc ae position TK 40 (B) TK 37 (T) wee final mark was rounded in BOWLING ANALYSIS 1. St. Till © Blenman b Payior a9 |
y thi ; is , 4 M Walker run out 4
Martin, Bethelmy, Lashley and TK'35 (BR) which got out of the (T) oe ee i |» oe P ta $7. Bagnilt ° | ‘BR ‘YD: Jonnton pe sobeb 0 J&R RUM | “ pRUrt SAL $2/14/3
Pierre. . : stillness that tne following yachts , 7 (T), 5 (B), TK x p. Warren 10 ; Hb -N. Wilkie b Bobers 6
The beige oor th Sve got into shortly after rounding TK te (ar 48 (T), TK 45 (T), H. Cox 20 83 5K. Riley not out 1 e ,
fairly good, bu e other players : : C. B. Williams 26 1 13 2 R. Mayers b Sober i SS = =. sEeaR Ee,
were affording Brickie Lucas too YACHT 5 TIMES F B. Edghill 3 6 15 0 Extras 1 Te Gédaard b Tayler 6 ile “ i
‘few passes, and in this was lost ish Bowne 08 APS Re Aaeieee Fikes PIR: Toe) | FORT ek oye ee Wehei a IL st. il «Sobers b avior, WE HAVE IN STOCK...
i ; < , : oe , R alker |.b.w. Taylor - "
possible goals 7 oe iy . ae ae mae 4.16 4 8 ae My Ramee bw, 2 Barker : cy LN. Wilkie ¢ & b Taylor 4 TERRAZZO Marble Chips
. : : T.K. 36 3.3258 345 3 37.2 2 E. Edw , c { ‘all of wickets for 31; 2 for #4 . "
i Slack playing by —_ “ ~ T.K. 38 Taide 5 3 26 = oe * i 35 2 ; i 7 , iti. Rudder bai Kir “7 1 " &: i for rn ¢ for 60; 6 for 10; a4? en p Sobers . ETERNITE Marble Finished Sheets
island players allowed ariD + K 40 Vamoose B. 29.45 30.38 38.33 32.58 2/3 1 8% 88) K. Greenidge c Rudder b Barke 50 for 79; 8 for 79; 9 for 79; 10 for Bt Brera aieaea eke q TRINIDAD Cedar Boards
Bears to increase their lead fur- TK 37 Tempest T 31 2 31 » 38.27 3.88 8 6 20 M. Foster b King " BOWLING ARASH EMS a "thas 1 ALUMINIUM Corrugated Sheets
ther. Suck. an.inevence. ## ee t K 47 t at * 30.00 38 a 43 41 2 a 2 t » . v Gheenidae "(witpr. “Detels ~ W. Marines 3 9 " a | ALUMINIUM Guttering ~~ 18”, 24”, 30," 36
Alleyne’s stretching out his _— TK, 48 Kipper T. 32.4% 39.02 41.08 25 16 6 3 6 Barker 2 C. Bradshaw 6 eee Soe Tota} | GALVANISED Corrugated sheets
in a casual manner at the ba Trinidad. Total Point a! F. Greevidge not out 4 G. Sobers 124 * 5 Fall of Weekes: 1 for 6; 2 for 1 8 BARBED WIRE
when a Carib Bear was rushing Barbados ei Dd r ad ¢ Barker b MH. King ‘ *. Taylor i 6 7 4 bine B8: 4 for $3; % for 40; @ for 65; 9
at it was common, This quarter Witd ight North Went Tater ~s i ‘oe in a ie 2 7 Sr mdi nad Innings 3 for 58; 8 for 68; 9 for 81 ee ae,
was slower than the previous and Course North about Extras 8 J. Farmer b Sobers a a
ended 28—9, the Island team not Start 3.00 pm *. ‘Seureay ¢ minchuan th haves ‘4 BOWLING are RW ree 7 HERBERT LTD Incorporated
sor ¢ single i ine Total (for ® wickets declared)... 24 M Wilkes b Bradshaw 3 2 . . 5
petiod. a single point during the withers athe ete GO: ‘crant ¢ Purmer B Sobéie ¢ [W. Permee oF amd ROEBUCK ST, and MAGAZINE LAN»
. A LLL LLL ALLL bs . an 4
The first part of the last quar- G Sober :

ter the Bears played 4 fast game
to inefease their Iead to 34—-1]
and then gave an exhibition of
ball freezing.

The teams were: Trinidad:—
C. Stephenson, C. Clarke, J.
Burrell, D. Martin, N. Pierce, C.
Bethelmy, L. Lashley and A.
Hislop.

Barbados: A. Symmonds
(H.C.O.B.), Capt,, “Brickie” Lu-
cas (Carlton), L. Alleyne, R.
Gisbon, H. Eastmond, G. Emptage,
(College), Gittens, Quintyne, |
Forde (Pirates), Goddard and
Edghill (Y.M.P.C.).








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Toscanini, is your countess. She
is the woman who cares for the

great conductor She
ind his shadow

is his daughter



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Suppose, madam, you
had a genius on your

hands—

DRUSILLA BEYFUS
reporting

TT clover in your life, Arturo

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1952

A. HOUSEWIFE’S VIEW:





Wanted A Market Place

By “PENSANT”’

Sweet Potatoes are on the mar-
ket again, at least the donkey-
cart loads go lumbering down
the road several times a week.

But, do we get them?
Dear me no! Who does?
Ah, that is one of the un-
Solved mysteries in Barbados at
the present time. Rumour has it
that they are sold—and you must
buy ‘slips’ too—in town, but only
a sleuth following the carts to
their mysterious destination, and
actually seeing what becomes of
them could say,

The situation reminds us of
the popular song of some years
back, which went something like

No doubt a psychologist would
explain this extraordinary be-
haviour as a deep seated “in-
feriority complex” established in
the days of plenty wherethe boot
was on the other foot, and ven-
dors had to exert themselves to
be both polite ~nd obliging in
order to sell their goods at all.
And maybe the psychologist
would be right. But such ex-
planations are of little help to
the general public, and no ex-
planation can hide the fact that
it is a low type of humanity wha
reacts in such a way to human-
ity’s need. As a rule the need
and distress of a fellow creature

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“Yes we have no Bananas all that is best in others, and it
We have no Bananas today” would be reasonable to expect
Put in reverse, we might sing. that in this very real food short-

| Countess Castelbarco ts in London now

pote with Papa She keeps him going—the

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: The countess is a quick, lively person in “No we have Sweet-potatoes age in Barbados to-day — a
FIRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER ties. with a humorous view of folie it tebher in No we have Sweet-potatoes situation worse than any e€x-
Conr. 19% Borden Ca Internat’l Capr. Reserved um keep a genius in the house today” perienced in this island in the

abe Sedge ae She always keeps close to Papa She tukes

The potatoes are there all darkest days of the war — that
right, but No we don’t get them, the hucksters of all food stuffs
for although at the sound of the would co-operate whole heart-
carts, fat cooks, domestics and edly and sympathetically with
mistresses rush nimbly out, the housewives, who after all
clutching shillings and baskets a'ways have been and still
in their eager hands, it’s all to no their means of support,
avail. What sort of specimens are

“Potatoes, potatoes” they hope- these people who aware of the
fully cry, and what happens? dire need of others, can use it
Sometimes there is no reply; as a soap-box from which to
sometimes a pack of rudeness is wield their own imaginary
hurled at the would be pur- authority in such a way as to
chaser’s head, whose only crime make a bad situation worse?
is a desire to buy what the ven-



itm to every rehearsal. stays to listen. and brings
back to a life of eiderdown ease

Tt don't think he even knows about the

saange in the value of money.” she told me yester-

| fay “He hardly ever reads the newspapers.” ,

are

His food—a problem
| OL LPL eee,
Phe countess sees that he eats. The genius
always take good red wine first-rate brandy

ind lots of minestrone soup “ He isn’t interested

| n oa she told me But he likes sour and
a



* You know, he often tells me with pride that dor has t a Alas, we i
| s o sell. Sometimes a as, We are forced to admit
| te still eats the same food that he did when he sarcastic “You want poitoes, that such are the vendors of
asa poor man He doesn’! notice e much outside how juh goan get em?” is the Barbados to-day, and were the
| ry ep tb deh iis "to boat fa] arsed The Countess Castelbarco answer as the potato cart goes Situation less serious, the antics
ys | Dey ond music, but ne does mina
|

food often, and I a BUsIG, Ou on its way without a stop. Of of — people would be laugh-
ave a lot of fruit and orange’} #0ut nis clothes. an pa Betore 1 lett, the Countess design. Price, 4) guineas, or. in course the ‘weet-potato vendor able, But it is not amusing to be
uce in his room and hope he He likes to cut a dash,” saa showed me ner genius There a slightly different shape 55s 9d is breaking the law, for the law refused the food needed for a

li take some when I'm not | “Me countess. “I buy him uw he is.” she said opening the 5 : A : hungry family,
voKING.* | perfectly ordinary nat. and ne door of nis room And thefe he says that if you have anything é or to have in-









always twists it into that smart Wwas-—an slderly. smite with a for sale you cannot refuse to sell on ype and pe tty tyrrany hurled
His > shape you see in the news gay moustache Piste Cn them Sige) needs, to. buys 5 oe eas. Or a
nae Pest. ss | pictures

“ And there were the peaches
I buy = a aia Ry Speci a the flowers. and the orange

. i ccasions—just like the one he juice He was in the
The cuountess must also get stead Shas ; . 7

him to rest. “He goes to bed'at xed to wear when he was countess’s clover

Barbados (in these days) break- tO buy a pint of peas or
ing the law is a trivial matier, Potato.

so common as to pass almost un- Of course had we a well built
noticed, or perhaps to be re- market what a different



a







wes tt story
12, but never to sleep until ive fOUNB‘ and he wears tt all rhe pt marked on in the same casual it would be! For there, under

reign. bist bn aoa Mie aati “When ne was photogrupnea Th ¢ latest way one might say of an ill- Proper Police supervision, law

n New York Ghare’ ' ‘tives in it he compared the picture ne en behaved child “oh yes, he al- and order would be kept, and

eGtnt esann vith «my. brother Selene he. t one taken a long time avo ways refuses to clean his teeth”! the common politeness due from
i.kes to spend the evening look. ‘9, 8 old cloak and he syirt in lamps Now what is the meaning of Vendor to buyer enforced, But

ve THREE STAK x * ng art the wrestling on tele- Not much difference is this behaviour on the part of the there is another example of

rene fe ht a on waeret loves. ties. wha. cruvat sweet potato sellers? Are shillings how Barbados lags behind every

rs : 1 partioularly the Ghes aioet ‘r black in town, of more value than Other civilised place, Even the

room until vet tae, : Some by his lady friends, “He 1 lump is those ‘which would be received Smallest W.I. island boasts its

ime?s istens 3) on ne e

radio a huge collection.” said tive I

I countess

Nave to see he gets a ? = .
His trinkets... Bon prc

A Nexible desk lamp with
a little black metal cup for

along the road, or the needs of marketing centre, where the
way ol a shade. sprayed white inside

the town people greater than housewife can do her marketing
others? And this strange kink of in comfort.



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bh ts | But nere ne walks about his





An“ert He likes a glass of wer eer tubing Prat tomplen five forcing meee who IS lucky pa market places are nov
amo sand @ chal ito alt oe ae italy taiine i neas. enough to get potatoes to buy the Only a great convenience to tha
1 I sorinkle him with his The countess must pack hi 4 § ee aave Oia ck “Slips” or the green leaves of people of the islands but a
ecia) eau-de-cologne. It always off with everything just righ & smades and the potato as well. It’s not to say centre of attraction to tourists,
143 2. be mat particular kind Before the concert t re 2 oiack = Stands there is ever any difficulty in Where they can see the fruit and
we else oa eee neo op wilt Gay a little 3a°.1 ~ , sometimes selling the slips, for they are vegetable of the place en masse.
: ,_He is never tired ufter a folder of family photographs in plain, some always in great demand by those But in Barbados instead of an
* 1scessful performance And we his breast pocket—for luck. And igg wodacd, in gold. ¢ ttracti
t Ne, : * tnow all right if it wasn't.” said whatever happens she muit in slreaguinea shapes to: people who keep ee S5e tabs: & a's ane well ordered
' add ¥) e 1e countess with some feeling make sure that ALL his trinke:s modern rooms. in od) snapes bits. But naturally the sale of market, what do the tourists see?
' i j "e ead 1 can tell immediately ‘if @fe on his watch chain lur antique rooms, and in Slips is a side-line and is not They see an array of disorderly
; ees ise Biss asad Gs ig ws ung} ure going wrong. His She will clip his hair, and mis ordinary scapes ior ordinary

necessarily attached to the insanitary sellers sprawled with
potato selling. Why then is the their basket of goods all over
unfortunate housewife, who pro- the town. Every alley-way, side-
bably ie goat or seen werk doorway cluttered with
eads ro t - t f I chopped it right off ?* And st nf on. feed, fore to buy slips when them, while peelings husks,
( tah ew’ ie “atenteee is Papa's face fell lower than T° nae Ihe shude is in a eens Fe eR chine and. warns
raking out But our old ad ever seen it. { thick stift black paper. edged order to get the hing he she buys evidence,

e 18 so black and cross and moustuche. “One day before a rooms, they seil at from £2 to
{ know he won't speak to any- Dig performance at the Scala 1 yy guineas.
ifierwards Started to cut his moustache and lnese are three ul the pretti-

‘Tha why 1 never ask ‘Said: ‘What would you do now est, anu least expensive, I found



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+ See Teetiee eee becprying with gold and paper white the slips for whit} she has no Well perhaps by the time our
Sometimes he won't spea °o use, thus depriving ‘someone who great-grandchildren are spending



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4 ation.‘ ; _ ; : pools, up and down. Price, needs them badly. It just week-ends on the Moon Barba-
he's got that look on his face.” SaYs" ihe cauntess © MON” 6s, Sa... The stand is an elegant doesn't make sense. dos may get a market, You
: "He's “intolerant “ol-" ‘daa “Sqalo plac candisstick. “+Price, ' —L.E.S. never can fell.
His clothes... musicians. The other day I 9d. G oSelelcremamnilraiy saul baaec
paietaAiatinibiatanartiataitagale, asked him, ‘Why didn’t you ane shade 1s made in glossy
teach me music, Papa?’ and black basketing shaped
! unless must see to his he said, ‘There are so many into) @ mandarin nat The he | Momen e nens
e! "he genius may not awlul amateurs | couldn't bear matcning base has single Sirands
anvthing much, * ave one at home ** of basketine curved into a row)
UTH [ INK S 1S LONDC DO Zeman Her Mouth
R EES L NN, NV By VENETIA MURRAY sees herself being fought over
i ivi . 8 t that
A young American journalist Never. mind, I got in the one spends his week-ends tending hishoused in the lower floors of THE moment she opens her rag _— vee oe gn re
wko has made a big name for Methuselah chose. I said the mother’s garden. palaces, and concluded that the mouth she gives herself away... least — a romantic
herself writing a column — in name of my hotel and the driver Gloria — the little fool — has pedestrians must be the ruined Js she says: “Have you seen . Pi
English! — in a Swedish news- shot away in a courageous c

Q. And A,

If she says: “But I’ve always
wanted to know about forestry”
when you say you're a farmer;
and “Oh, you must be so brave”
when you say your one ambition
is to climb Mount Everest.

Rashomon?” and, when you say
you haven’t heard of it, adds:
“It’s Japanese—and X certificate
—and quite fascinating...”
THEN you know that she’s the
type that swears by sub-titles

been playing the field for years, nobility.
a date ie canker Waoee eae attempt to crash through the and has never had a‘nicer beau, When I disembarked (on the

first itten SOUNd barrier. ; and still is throwing him over, advice of the other passengers)
rst impressions, were ay I: I found my hotel in a disman- Why? and joined the ranks of the name-
within three hours of arrivali— 11.4 state, It is being redecorated | don’t know, because just less, I felt like a Giles cartoon
Do you remember your first ete ro teeets a bellboy ao the ~~ went over my character. ei
ay in England? Well, I remem- explained, to make e appear- head and I couldn’t hear a thing. I approached a dapper, bowler- a j
yon Rand. eThat's partly because [ ance as fancy as the prices, Afterwards the girl told me I hatted gentleman and _ inquired sl east Gar tank ot eevee THEN you know that she’s
have such a good memory, partly | It was not spiritually England owed 10s. 6d., and as I fumbled after the whereabouts of Fleet- Maat Toten ac Geet wih « studied “How To Make Friends
because it was such an impres- because there was a sign saying: in my purse she came down to street. I was silently wondering and Influence People”; that she



« ; + ‘ oet and nothing to eat by can- ; 2 lad
, i me artly becnuse “American Bar’ though they 9s, 6d.! Was that England? why he carried an umbrella on ? >... 4s fully aware that a man is al-
= NV fe Gan semerdie. i = claim that describes its -tyle When I emerged from the such a sunny day, and discov- nercnane 7 wey bg a abl ways flattered at being asked
: gor Brush your teeth with Ipana and you clean Naturally, the first thing I did Tather than its clientele. beauty parlour my “casual look” ered he uses it to point with. y gus emecwual about himself. In short that she

? a Rathi rg a cre fr¥is » Snob. is de ine ° ;
them extra-white. And, because of the unique formula oo) Soe we The Girls Ga noting so. aaah es 2 bod th said) "You can't miss it.” If she says: “I've got a feel- © if de sme Wee dowtt es
underlying Ipana’s “refreshingly different’? mint flavour, . ' I settled, and then went out to of overcooked spaghetti, I am : , : ing that you're going to be the do you know Johnny?” and
you fight decay by reducing acid-forming bacteria. Massage I looked for it in. the porter seck a hairdresser, I wandered up told that you know the feeling, “On the left?” I asked. ‘ ee -big bgp oo pew ra when you say No, adds, “Well,
Ipana into your gums and you help keep them firm and who fetched my bag, but he was a windy stairway into an estab- Well, IT know it now. “On both sides of the street," and when bai ask her a an, ym I must introduce you — he’d be
healthy. In this way, Ipana acts as a safeguard against so old I thought I would have to lishment where four girls in I soon forgot that us I queued he answered firmly. J first she tells you — and a . a terrific help to you in the

7 s 9 at carry him the last few yards to smocks were fuming over what a for the bus. There was nobody And, sure enough, it was the “I still walk up and down the Foreign Office,’ and — later —
tooth-losses, moe than half of which are cause 7 ie the taxi. He was deaf, too. fool Gloria was to leave Tom, else waiting, but I queued all the same street, travelling incognito river by myself, thinking about when you remind her about it
troubles. For whiter teeth, healthier gums, follow the Ipana way! “Are you England?” I shouted Just as I was becoming inter- same, because I have heard iv is further down, him,” and when you commiser- she says, “Darling, I forgot...”





at him in my exuberance. ested, one of them noticed me a must in this country, As I entered The Brave New ate, .she says, “Well, he was THEN you know that she

THE T00 TH PASTE “Yes, this is England,” he and asked me what I wanted. : World of the Daily Express beastly anyway — even if he was calls everyone by their Christian

—_—_— ies replied. As she plastered my _ recal- The Walkers building I pondered: the porter, divinely good looking. ... names; that whatever she says

} The line of taxis at the kerb citrant American locks with As we careered through the Gloria and Tom, the bus ride, THEN you know that her first at a party she won't remember
REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT. unhinged me. They were black British determination, I eaves- streets past dirty white pillared the buildings — was all this child is going to be called next morning; that her jokes

boxes on wheels, and someone dropped on the next episode, buildings, one more overbearing ENGLAND? Natasha and her second Sebas- are not her
had filched the left front door off Tom, it seems has a good job than the next, I had the impres- Probably not. Well, tomorrow’s tian; that “These Foolish Things
‘ at i ul levery one! and, what's mere important,sion that all the shops were another day. ..

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Bright, Bold ColoursAre The Fashion

By DOROTHY BARKLEY
LONDON.

Someone in the fashion world
remarked recently that the three
fashionable colours just now are
“black, black, and black.” And so
much black has been seen around
town that a casual observer might
have thought that yellows and
hectic reds had been ostracised by
those in the fashion swim

Fortunately, however, a new
influence, bent on bringing more
and more colour into our ward-
robes, stirred this week. And at
Fredericke Starke’s mid-season
collection, colours came out of
their mourning. Little black was
shown and indeterminate neutral
shades were nowhere Instead
came bright, bold, dramatic col-
ours, going under such names as
dragon-fly, Gainsborough blue,
garnot, ashgold, and heliotrope.

Typifying this desire for col-
our, was the close-fitting ginner
dress in street velvet which in-
troduced the new shade, “Gains-
borough blue.’

Evening dresses were the most
important feature in the collec-
tion, and they varied from dinner
gowns, and full-length ball dress-
es to the short ballet-length dress.
They reflected a definite trend to-
wards a backward movement in
the skirt shown by a group of}
pleats at the back, by gathers fall- |
— _ |

A POPULAR COAT |
WITH U.S. CRITICS |

|
This three-quarter coat with
chevron pockets wins an award
. from American fashion critics,
The material is Italian brushed |
wool in winter beige. This is the |
10th year that the critics have

made their awards

London Express Servies





1952

ing from a low-placed hip yoke,
or by a train effect created with
chiffon “streamers” floating back
from the waist.

Few of the dresses were strap-
less Mostly they were halter+
necked, a style which is so much
more flattering to the majority of
women than the strapless dress.

Starke, on several dresses, in-
troduced a formality into evening
wear reminiscent of Edwardian
days. Many consisted of a jacket
style of top with a fitted waistline
and basque, worn over a semi-
straight skirt. (See illustration).
Made in emerald green satin,
this particular evening dress was
topped by a new version of the
stole. Sleeved, and buttoned on
4 shoulder, it had a long fringed
end,

As always, Starke paid parti-
cular attention to elegant
“restaurant ensembles,” For these,
however, black will remain very
much a fashionable colour. Braid-

ed silk, a material frequently
used makes the suit illustrated
here. Its jacket, worn above a

slim skirt, creates the “big top”
look currently favoured by many
designers,
Other pointers from the Starke
collection:
Three-inch fringes on the
ae of jumpers and suit jack-
ets.



What’s Cooking |

In The

CHOUX A LA CREME

CHOUX PASTRY

For 100 small choux or
slightly bigger choux.

Water 42 lb.; Flour §‘oz.; But-
ter 30z.; eggs 4; Salt 1 pinch.

This pastry is one of the better
known in French cooking. It is
the pastry for choux, eclairs,
profiteroles etc.

Put the butter, the water and
the salt in a saucepan and put it
dn the fire. As soon as the water
starts to boil put the flour all at
once, Mix with a wooden spoon
and put again on the fire. You
will see that soon the flour will
form a ball. Let it cook again for
about 2 or 3 minutes always stir-
ring it and when it starts making
a noise as if it was frying take i:
off the fire and throw it out on
the «kitchen table. When it is com-
pletely cold, put it back in the
saucepan and start adding the
eggs. You have to add one at a
time and do not add the second
until the first has been completely
amalgamated by the flour. When
you have put in all the four eggs

|stir again until the pastry will

look smooth and will bubble.
CHOUX A tA CREME

For 70 choux:

Choux pastry

Custard, chocolate custard or
Chantilly.

Icing sugar or caramel sugar.

When you have cooked the
pastry as above take a pastry bag
or even an icing siringe with an
opening of % inch. The bag which

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE



PAGE SEVEN









1 |
| Man About J |
10 OlWNhn
Dlg 7 0. ee le | 7

fore’ « Bil i SAHELY ON BROAD ST. IN © the it efulness | j

— es mAOles r THE SWING and off to a fast ending! Ring 3713 (S. P, MUSSON| I dreamed of a

we . opening 5 discount on all $5 Son & Co., Lid.) for full details} z . .

, aoe d . N ME | purchases — international stock Unimet Major. | lovelier figure in
- . f Silks, Linens, Taffetas, Nylon . > ' |
and Cottons! In beautiful ur- WONDERFUL WILSON | crs ‘
roundings and attractive layout, VALUES—wonderful Wilson ma- Y/
»* shopping at this mew Broad Si. terials! EVERGLAZED WAFFLE FRhlld EN, OTMNS
} FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1952 | Store will delight you if only PIQUE, plain and _ bordered ‘e®
*« {because you invariably find wha HAMBRAY and printed SILKS} ‘ .
i Me | you want at GEO. SAHBELY & that whisper their colour har- | Maidenette
Look in the section iy your birthday comes and ,Co., (B’dos) Ltd., 27 Broad St ronies, iil crowding shelves
wind what your outlook is, actérding to the stars. | . . . agged; “60c. to $1 per yard.” New
| * | IN A WORLD OF IT’S OWN! American and Canadian Shoes, too
Anes The paty yeu set and keep will deter- THE GIFT AND FLOWER SHOT slickly footsmart and foot- |
| eer 21—April 20 mine your suce@ss and health in most part. under the efficient management of easy providing N. E. Wilson |
| Both must be considered for the good of Mrs. Fitzgerald and right at the & Co., originality and the urge to}
all, Aquatic Club entrance. A boon to buy !
= eM Residents around are Druggist’s ? . .

* TAURUS *.

} April 21—May 20

*

* GEMINI
} May 2i—-June 21

We all ne
our habits

rounding c«

own,
M

*

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} June 22—Jnly 23 required fo

ful people t





sympathetic.
doubts, anxicty, Don’t meddle!

Little pointed velvet caps
matching - velvet cravats on *
suits.

LIBRA Generally

«x Sept. 24—Oct. 23

Circular stoles with short
evening dresses, fringed shawls
with day dresses.

Ear broaches:

Libra’s

clipped to the

-

Happy home life makes for good citizens,
helpful lifemates, and a better, more pros-
perous YOU
portant (but often neglected) facts today

} are we going’? Don’t forget, no matter sur-

To be doi:

} .
| or just appreciating the great outdoors core of your floor—free far the PRANSPORT DIFFICULTIES —
| - *§ MM * asking ! Remember too our MORRIS 5 TON TRUCKS ($4,998)
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| ime. laxmess in things that require atten- * Mayhew your man ouxilliary gearbox, hydro - vac
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mind is
church services.

TRULY A BREATH-CATCH- |
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parking problems, you can Gift matehing Earrings-—pearly per-
» x Da select at your lelsure—or if you fection by exclusive Ciro’s of
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Ponder these and other im-

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1g something all the time is not
successful living. Many help-
ike periods for quiet, solitude

cost

, albeit practical nature. Curb the-spot as-soon-as-they’re-want- and pickups
ed fixtures of all kinds, Firms in Morris owner!
Bridgetown are putting Unimet * ° .

Major to a variety of uses—Stor- FULL OF VITAMINS, MINER-
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shelving, scaffolding—involving as need the lot! PURINA’S DOG
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yau"ll soon be ®

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auspicious, progressive tend-

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Jewels set in the form of a spray SCORPIO A better day and period now than may bolt it,—no waste, no skilled chy, and made very especially for

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into i 1 curlers, rags an * : s i i in, righter onme-sT figur
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duct has come on ‘to the market “ »* i this popular Maidenform bra

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East and W toda i

West Thal ¥ Seen one, oe CAPRICORN forgotten quality) are this day’s tep bene- CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH. CERT. y, im your favorite fabrics.

to put ane to the trouble and Dec. 23—Jan. 21 factors, Remember, we must never wreck % Genuine Maidenf B ‘

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specially for children’s fine hair; Jan. 22—Feb. 20 Would y' u like to catch up on worthwhile a

admittedly the creams and lotions | : . reading? Improve a hobby? Why not try y WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD enciano .

used are mild and nonirritant. | such today? There is a Vin

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will not look more angelic with
a home perm! Waves and curls |

Feb. 21—-March 20 forget things you should do for yourself.
Without being selfish we must at times










Pune. 6. 5, har, oor,



are more likely to transform her {| . ntrate our own affairs, Start with .
into a miniature edition of her *« ornyer. ° +
maiden aunt.
Sophistication, most mothers YOU BORN TODAY: Careful, aspire to fine achievement,
will agree, should wait until she Kove sober and canny. Living true to better self, are always
is out of her teens. strengthening character by sound decisions and action, Since
you are broadminded, and seek to improve conditions, you ="

Kitehen * * * * * *

is called in French “poche” is the

icing siringe is used mostly in the
States and in England. You will |
require 2 of the icing tubes, a
plain” one with an opening of
about % inch and one with the; Nobody wants to subscribe to
same opening but not smooth.|/his memorial fund, and _ the
Butter the oven dish and put the) pilgrimage to his house at Ayot
pastry in the bag or the siringe. St. Lawrence has come to an end.
Make small balls like a nut and} Encouraged by this the old boy's
do not put them one near the) detractors are attacking all along
other. They must be at least 2) the line.

inches apart. Bake them in hot By speech and letters they
oven for about 10-15 minutes.| fe saying that Shaw will soon
Don’t take them off the oven at| e forgotten, that he was never

a great dramatist, but merely
once or they will flatten out but used the theatre to exploit his

BERNARD SHAW is having a
bad time here no matter what may
be happening in other spheres.



ene ea gee ha — vanity ee pene ee
. views. was e not a
When completely cold cut them scourge to us when we were

on one side and put the custard in ; : f
each. Sift some fing sugar on the | enenget kas
top or if you like put some icing on | to the existing store, but he forced
caramel and the stuffing can b®| the sluggish mind to think and
or any custard you like or! he attacked the smug facade and
cream if you prefer.





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may be misled at times through sympathy, express tolerance.
Curb gambling instincts, also appetite for anything you espe-
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noted military leaders, statesmen.

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social ignorance of the Victorian
and Edwardian eras, He mocked
the millionaire industrialist for
his intellectual incohereney and
he blew peas at the windows of
Horseback Hall.

In short he committed the un-
forgivable sin of making people
think. But more than that he
wrote some great plays as well as
a host of inferior ones,

TWO centuries from now the
autumnal glow of “Candida” will
charm theatregoers of that time:
eager receptive minds will be
stimulated to exhilaration by the
impact of “Man and Superman”’:
the laughter of the mind will pay
tribute to the wit of “Heartbreak
House,” and there will be tears of
exaltation at the beauty of its
verbal orchestration — for above

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PAGE EIGHT SUNBAÂ¥ ADVOCATE - SUNBAY, @CTOBER 12, 1952
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and Americans have provided satisfactory at oe poe TV Jane: 1 gotta know what the Collins Pocket and Desk Diaries
Printed by the Advocate Ce., Lid. Broad... Wridgetown solutions for their relationship with their | country for three reasons.) An America (“Bot OR” OR. OK now opéned at
——_—_—_—__—_—_— Caribbean territories When will the |, Before she left by air she said: Hmemean comes to They're tellin me to quit. I - Y
3 5 ot , ‘ “1 don ; 8 ¥ bc ATIONER
Sunday, October 12, {3062 x British give the subject attention ? climate ‘to hittin seer oaths a ms — py Telling you to quit, ADVOCATE ST.
Mare Se —— your .pipe-smoking .Englishman, _ Horatio. Am I going to marry | - anita
BRITISH FAILURE p,,4; : sie momen bet deta | ee | ogee ir oes
. - Parliament Buildings wolf in the world, I know from oieoue uo S knew Obtain your requireme
personal experience.” @0 on—unless it becomes a hot : ¥ :

Now pipe down while I straight-
SEVENTY-EIGHT years have passed |, Although we may never know â„¢ en things out. > ,

THE British Empire differs from the ar. oe
details of her experience, it is pos But if Stalin is still alive and (Janes moves closer to Errol.)

LUMBER & SHINGLES

en aga) Roary wa er of the since the Legislature of Barbados ceased atte » make a rough guess. oe ope tangy! we one. taced Jane: Horatio. I got an idea. WALABA POSTS, CEMENT

nature of the British constitution, : vs r erhaps she met the type of ar more terrible Errol: Yeah? AINTS ILS

Long ago the Dutch and the French put a tet jatar canoes — eek cial —— ee wii ae ie get ‘ a wet — anlant —s

their Caribbean houses in order by inte- , cred, apparently dumb, looking as Dold of the serum. Politicians of $20 we n GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS

internal combustion engine was not per-

innocent as a grownup choir boy,

see no signals. ot,
grating their Caribbean colonies into their all countries will live to the age of =" Errol: Any dope knows that.



































































constitutional fabrics. ee an ty mene en tg ae that smells like bad drains. specthes nd teying te solve the oe Soon coul the All BUILDERS - a
“What used to be colonies’, wrete an + pleted nine years earlier was a miniature | Believing him to be as harmless — are old men and be disobeying rf you from
official of the Netherlands government tropical forest. On the other side of the hg ree me ken ae As he can’t be fired, the Red an noo * \ WILKINSON & HAYNES & Co. LTD.
service some years ago, “have developed ° Public Buildings a square with palmetto scantenauie’ ‘tie tale ales mauiyehe Sat sod et ie dhe sump’n there, sugar. mite s ‘.
into integral parts of the Kingdom. They trees protected the legislators from the |The east wind blows. She is cold, #b0Ut Chinese children eating in- Jane: You'd go rig accessors

no longer belong to Holland any more noises of the latter half of the nineteenth — beth om ant — ier: fected insects with chopsticks. ash yn Dea
than Holland belongs to them, They are — century. soaked to the skin but, appears to _ 10 80 years time Dr. Mossadeg ee SS nae :
parts of the Kingdom, inalienable parts. suffer_no inconvenience—except May have shed enough tears to = nie
which cannot like mere colonies be ceded Today the Governor of Barbados no

3 ex- Errol cl. her ti to his
Ghat ng emaben, eh, ne, soelbe: Feevuk'yvstasch may hoes Goes POOR). ems cea
or sold or put into any exceptional position ' longer has an office in the Public Buildings | They reach an olde worlde inn, es ne the dome of St. Paul’s re i ea
outside. the constitutional fabric - without and the affairs of the Legislature are con- mae voters” but “Cheers” ee Even worse, comedians who are Mh Rg an Ber yy: Hircyrm
the Kingdom .as a whole being violated.” | ducted against the distractions of a petrol | “Bottoms up.” Cort very funny to-day will be in- 6 whe ;
age and its consequent noise and stuffi-

Soon they are alone in the: ‘olerable in the next century; eo on call the haif-
The position of the French Caribbean | ness. The need of a new site for the Leg-

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empty dining room, and down to y & Fairy Story

writing rubbish until some mad- ‘
Wey sean Eisen coup tks eine ened young editor shoots them. _ IN Vienna, fairy tales.told over

territories is akin to that of the Dutch islature has been recognised in recent | fu) or two of tepid mutton, watery} 1, Your only consolation is that tne ae a pace; Bee oe

: . . : . Bogomoletz, ar children
Caribbean territories, only the French ter- years and Queen’s Park House has on |potatees, and cabbage. | the long-life serum, died in 1946. number of lines allotted to, the
ritories are especially honoured as depart- more than one occasion been suggested as | he is smoking his pipe again. She The Nelson Touch oa been increased from *
ments of metropolitan France. especially suitable because of its location ]is already feeling sick, but he, Now that Alan Ladd, from Hol- . e e

mercilessly blows the foul fumes lywood, is the hero of a film being

In Puerto Rico a third situation exists. and because of the relatively small ‘ex- fin her face. < .made in Wales about British par- reste te aa ae nets
The Puerto Ricans, although citizens of penditure which would be necessary to] © ieniy her sass to: toon te 0! Ree es ers ne ONS hee little boy at bedtime.
the United States and possessed of the full convert it into legislative buildings. grip of steel, her waist is encircled Errol Flynn, takes the part of Nel- nn a ee she =
rights of citi sb in the United S ; by an iron band. Without taking son, with Jane Russell as Lady e Fairy nce was walk-
ghts of citizens born in the United States ‘ f the pipe from his mouth, he is Hamilton. ing through the Endhanted Forest
on entering that commonwealth, have The use of Queen’s Park House as a | whispering down her neck “I love As the master minds of Holly — a ee suddenly upon a
legislative ntre wo ny- [you.” w have taken their cue from °";, eats i
internal self-government. ee ee ne kn BOY, Of course, no harm has been that great thinker and philoso- Yes,” said the little boy.

thing else strengthen the hands of those | gone—except that she has caught pher Henry Ford, who said “Hiss _ ‘And there on a green bank, Bath Robe



Of these: thrée-systems of relationship — citizens who have been striving to restore | the fu, the. Sapee = her hand sre tory is — nobody a hesi- Yoo ee ene ae TERRY TOWELLING
between metropolitan government and the Park to the condition of beauty which |pni, on fire. . Jane Russell is onthe bridge with ome te oll the world was sleeping. Neath aeinacond
Caribbean ‘territories the British seem ‘ WS its natural condition until it was con- Bores Without End . . . Errol Flynn during the famous “whey lived happily ever after,” 54” at $6.27

a t ted into a site for fairs, exhibiti d |,, The. news that Stalin is likely “blind eye” Se tee said the little bo oe

more inclinéa,to*the American. But they verted into a site for fairs, exhibitions and |i, hive to the age of 150, after a Jane: Oh, Horatio; what are “O° iti. Woman's B Da
are not prepared to give the West Indies other festivities. series of soda baths and injections _ those cute little flags over there? e SY. 28S
aa no ‘ give : e Wes x “ of a serum discovered by Dr Een. oe on aa ee to a ner te.

e equiva! y omie advantages whic . B letz, n telescope: ‘ust a a cute Mrs, ary Harrison, ag \ ‘ aS

ae epiines - ges ; The maintenance of the grounds, gar- iz ete eels hee will, oon for at... little flags honey. “gets' up at six o'clock, makes Rainbow Striping

Puerto R th th ec + hat the g 8 Dp

uerto tieo: possesses through economic jp . 3 ’s P least. another 80 years, Jeme: Yeah; but what are patchwork quilts, constructs tiny in 46” wide
integration with the United States, Where- - dens and ornaments of Queen's Park On the other hand, it may mean — they for, Horetio? sets of doll’s-house furniture, A

: te : would then become a matter of personal |ifat Stalin is dead, and that the Errol; Theyre’ signalling sews incessantly, and writes Towelling at $2.51
as for example the United Kingdom gov-
t k sé f : tie. Unit Ki : 7 pride for members of the legislature and |smart irre Siu = my Se PPO. cin io poetry in her spare time.”

ernmen eeps ior e nite ingdom : , hought it o immortalise him 3 = what,
T th al f 8 not left as it now is to the Vestry of St. roca a series of doubles with Horatio? And there are some pale green

reasury the huge sums of revenue earn- 4\-hael which is unlikely to take preven- | identical ingrowing moustaches Errol: Aw quit wooryin’ a boys in Bloomsbury who not only TUFTED CHENILLE
ed by West Indian rum entering the Uni- ~ ti tion th ld r P ted by. | Until the year 2032. guy in the middle of a battle, con't, write ere, pet can’t make BEDSPREADS.
ted Kingdom,’ the collectors of United ive action that would not be supported by In either case, the cold war will ya? patchwork quilts he t (70 x 80)
States customs duty collect duties on the central government. e
Bui Rican . rum tas the United If the government put the preservation i; oo Man Voices Gold, Green, Blue, Oyster,
Sihhes-for the Puerto Rican Telisury. Aldo of beauty at the top of its list of priorities each $19.85

then the Vestries would be given incentive
to do likewise. As it is the Vestry of St.
Michael is to be congratulated on the high
standards of maintenance which prevail
in Queen’s Park despite the purposes for
which the Park is used today.

If there is one statement which from the West Indies during the
can be made with no fear of con- ify George Hunte fist six months of 1952 show a
tradiction in the British Carib- decline to $21,981,000 from $30,-
bean today it is that the political their case in a proper manner. 968,000 during the same period
leaders of the area cannot easily Mr. Bustamante, it seems, WaS jast year. This, he says, ‘is partly
agree on a common policy to be 2ot pleased with the result of the que to higher Canadian sugar
followed. This of course is nothing Canada-West Indies trade talks, purchases in dollar countries,
new but those who profess to see 2nd West Indian taxpayers must notably Cuba, but in no way re-
B creater progress to West Indian a ee it . flects any lessening of Comaiek
ritish Caribbean territories cannot there- : unity cannot be giving these dis- their w: pay eX- anxiety to encourage West Indian
fore be saidito resemble that of any’ other Apart from the advantages which the |; /reements the attention they de- Penses of so many representatives, sales in Canada.
ok : nibb. lationshi 3 Park would receive from the use of |serve. eaing so far and achieving so qiinether ithe West Ides | ean
m ry ean~.-relationsni “4 ess » tion of h far West andr’ afford ew e inc + OF
ae TORANEE ee P 4m — Queen’s Park House as the legislative seat, Siena staoe from speaking with ,.some time ago Mr. C. E. Canadian purchases of dollar sugar
‘ persons who make regular use of the Park Jone voice is provided by the sum- Shepherd did a service to the with equanimity is a question
would be encouraged to attend some of |ming up which Mr. Bustamante West Indies by pointing out that which the commentator does not
. : gave to a newspaper reporter at while it was claimed that the West introduce.
the meetings of the Legislature and would |the end of the recent talks which I@dies would be able to speak Canada is not anxious to go
in consequence display greater interest in |were held in London with regard with one voice if there was a fed= poking. her nose into affairs which
: to Canada-West Indian trade. eral government, it was not clear strictly concern the West Indies
the speeches of their elected representa- |" prinidad and some of the small ‘© Whom and about what they and the United Kingdom.
tives than is now shown by the small |islands, said Mr. Bustamante, were V°Uld speak. With regard to the taking off
number who attend at the Public Build-
ings.

the manufacturing concerns of Puerto
Rico enjoy the same privileges in the
American market as are enjoyed by any
manufacturing industry established on
continental American territory.

Great Britain’s relationship with her

Great Britain instead has been following
a policy which, had it received the support
of West Indian governments would have
led to the creation of-a New Dominion in
the British Caribbean after the pattern ot
the new Ceylon.

This policy would have been successful
long ago and the British Caribbean Do-
minion would already have been in exist-
ence had these territories been populated
by a homogeneous people educated to the
level of say the electorate of the United
Kingdom,



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“ The answer, it would seem, does of the Lady Nelson and the Lady ‘oam Blue, Rose Dust, New Green
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“is that that is not the feeling of the federal government, It seems he states that both are due for a
those islands, but only of a few quite certain that the West Indies Lloyds’ insurance inspection, prep-
who are out for themselves and 27¢, always willing to speak to eration for which would cost more
top : about everything but are than their worth, Both vessels
Queen’s Park the Legislative Council oe be talk is not the kind eae te oe ae tees ann Conmaae? hat te Coden
Chamber might be used by the Governor | tal 1y ceava ee ae ee three screaming to be heard. — pany has announced they will be

as an office or it could be offered to the Jas a united people moving forward ign anute in Londen t ie a Paina da halk “inal tial
Mayor of Bridgetown. ee, niet as @ NeW teresting to note some of the is that the ships have been with-
Some of the rooms left vacant by the | But it- is thoughts which occured to Cana- drawn for sound reasons, in terms
ut it-is the kind of talk to dians during the “appearance of of their capacity to earn’and their

Instead not only are the so-called West House of Assembly could be allotted to |which the West Indies have grown aaditic

Indian territories populated by several Heads of important Departments like Cus-



When the Legislature has moved to

7 the West Indian delegation in physical condition, and that trade
Me eke since politicians Tongon,” With the islands is adequately





2 One ne omm\ vesse

closely-knit nationalities with unswerving toms and Income Tax whose present offi- Fa tage A wast Indian from Ottawa took. issue with the The 1 Went Indias trade’ problem,”

loyalties to their countries of origin but ces are hardly suitable for performance of |Cantda - West Indies en tae claim made tn the Times of Lon~ he concludes, “is not one of ship-

education has proceeded no further duties which are most vital to the govern- sonaves only one thing. It under- jeaders Sees Ree political oe ¢ a oe AMERICAN ARMY KHAKI
throughout the area than in the creation ™ent’s existence. unity with regard to the tate her imports from the islands in problem of sterling balances.” The ”

t« ts : Santne. order to correct an adverse trade conclusion seems just and only 41” wide at $1.94 per yard
of “clerkly” classes and a relatively small k sees. ee ee And balance of $48,000,000. “Nothing,” when the West Indies speak with
* : . ie ma a ustaman very ees 2
number of aggressive intellectuals more Cricket Or Culture? tore, very sore indeed. says this commentator, “could be one voice in the interests of mov-

anxious for power than educated for

responsibilities. IF there was a referendum to decide
From this generalisation Barbados must which was the most important to Barba-

be excluded because it never has resem- _ dos; cricket or culture: the majority would

‘ e ‘ farther from the true intentions of ing artificial restrictions on trade
> 1 ne oso gi -_ Mr. the Canadian government. In a are they likely to achieve any
paiiies coal rring of C e &P- world, he says, already balkan- success with the United Kingdom.
wealth Prime Ministers, “than be sd, BY pastelative tease ey ae Agee baad lg sony oc Sor

as con. ntly sup} ndies trade talk was due to thei:
humiliated in such a manner, The the principle of reciprocal re- inability to agree among them-





bled any other British Atlantic possession answer cricket, have so eer ecules ae sentneae es aes ee or eae ee Pm a

in its constitutional development except If cricket is respected locally because it elas tr te = a. Secret, Canada is less concerned, he domestic conversations between

mo ree I Colonies o! inculcates love of fairplay, of playing the |decided.” Neither Mr. Lyttelton Sena a se crgevee 3 = ane Oe: ie ane tee +8 ee es
rm A ; parti area as represen-
ermuda and the Bahamas game and above all because it teaches the es tae poeeeey ae State, than that trade barriers be re- tatives of the West Indies, This |* :

: ; team spirit there is no doubt that popular
The obvious destiny for Barbados was opinion would be right, But has anyone
the destiny which would have made it (as _ conducted a research to discover whether
happened to its neighbours Gaudeloupe » ericket is played locally for such worthy

time the West Indie: Hy
enough of the West Indies to put He notes that Canadian imports blame themselves. Boe
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and Martinique in their relationship with reasons? Although it must be admitted \ © the ‘past; adminwicuive: seaveel-
France) a province of the United King- that at levels ofedtivation crick Fiseal Survey money paid out to them is lost fr aiiaeemsging rimcient excuse

nee) 1 : at at present levels o ucation cricket | 1, in. raitor, th ‘Ad to the C for disregarding it now.
dom. Had? that Policy been followed the jg likely to build better citizens more | Sin’ Mug 't mere Rote aes tie Convieueate OUT OF
C ron ll Sat y R,—May I refer to the pro- different from the Government’s Looked at simply from a practi-
island would ‘have been spared the ‘a quickly than culture, ultimately culture |Pos# Ne trl eee ha — ‘Government nan Cot not ral point of view, there seem to

2 hi . c ay away lends, it o be difficulties. Whate ish-

pleasantness of the last few aa in ee ich remains the goal to which even cricketers put forward as if obvious and money it wants by enforced con- es and Satuitions of the senalocts EVERY 10
politicians seeking power have not hesi- must aspire. unquestionable benefit, needing tributions from the community of the Fund and however they
tated to use pigmentation as a weapon in ne ee . ee tt _ x y wir ee ie may ye it round with words, it

: ) se s e ni! ‘or nis on to very much affec the must lie at t
their armoury of words. It would also Once this principle is admitted the be- |be able to ignore fluctuations in community’s measure of Bh - the Lei tore teten time ray Bg PREFER A
have been spared the duplication and haviour of a group of boys outside the we one's income, ad would ov ae ee ee the amount Human failings being what they

c era sa : m wise 0 accept *pro- that can collected, It is the are, experience shows that t

sometimes _triplication of spheres of in Barbados Museum on Thursday MOFNING posal blindly, for it would add an surplus taxable capacity of the very existence of ana dutitiee
fluence which result from a constitutional can hardly be condoned by cricketers, tur- |appreciable sum to be taken by community that is the Govern- of money is both a to

relationship in which the Governor can fites or devotees of culture, It is not play- Se RE tee Zac tock top tm te nee — espa 65 een 7 itement

only achieve a policy suggested by the ing the game, metaphorically speaking, to |and there might be difficulties in less and-inert, money that should these dangers, and is.

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Secretary of State for the Colonies by fav- lav “crie ” operation that are not mentioned, be put to work and _ fructify, when revenue shrinks, there wil!
y : or ket” under ‘the evergreen tree |°Pr,.. Survey rightly does not base Would. weaken the community) bé conflict between Cities Who Eay

our of the Leader of the House of Assem- at the entrance to the museum. the proposal on any analogy with Whose strength it should be the “Now is the time to use the Fund.’
bly. If Barbados was a province of the The sound of i Sa“ prudent commercial practice, but aim, as it is the interest of Gov- and those who advise “Hold

y Pp bat hitting ball is enough ead : - eS _
United Kingdom there would be no ten- to perturb any student of West Indian !ihic Score it ne ae wien pale Pees vores lens tcmnbot What wai
sions between imported and local officials history: but when the game is conducted |to point out fundamental differ- much more money for the same be needed would be a prophet, F
since neither of them would be concerned with running commentaries by several is. Tinatiod to kin ale veotaaion pees, it Wee benstua Pea ney oe Yiges oot ‘of world rien TRY A “GOLD
with their status in Barbados but would participants all speaking at full blast, cul- cone, “ will, call on its meee i Bue, it wovld seem well to be relied on. Without such a one
enjoy equal status as fellow citizens of the i i olders for con : - keep in mind the principle that it would seem wiser to watch our

j fanaa ture will be literally shouted down sequently, prudent directors whose taxation should fall on those immediate steps and, eliminating

duty be it noted, is to the Com- served by the expenditure, This extravagance and waste, seek to
One would have hoped that the side of |P@>y and not to the shareholders principle applies both to differ- bririg Government expenditure

i ; ‘ a ; yi ; as individual ccust i i
British policy in the British Caribbean the Garrison nearest to St. Ann’s Barracks |keep back, Pecan wi a — oe pen 4 em aor Yactadt ae without dune aK vee.



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to-day must result in the creation of an would have been a better playground for jpart of the profits that might the needs of St. Vincent or Dom- and in a good year would leave
anti-British feeling because West Indian these carefree boys whose love othe otherwise be distributed in divi- inica, $0, individuals who now both the means and the induce-

i MM san only be resliaea tt ’ dends, and to hold this in reserve comprise the taxable community ment for new ventures, So far,
nationalis y be realised it the game ought certainly to be encouraged, |for future needs. As shareholders here should not be required to the warning in the Survéy against
inhabitants are prepared to sink their dif- though channelled into more civilised |°8™™°t be tapped, their prosper- shoulder the burdens of those further unproductive spending has
fi nd put off the British “yoke” i ity or poverty has little bearing Who may be taxpayers in the un- fallen en deaf ears.
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HOGUES OF THE

EDWARD TEACH, ALIAS BLACK BEARD

Wy John Prideaux

“GENTRY.”

Edward Teach was the “most

picturesque of all the _ pirates,
indeed the popular conception of
p'rates today is based on his ex-
traordinary appearance and
character. He was a terrifying
man. Esquemeling writes: “Our
noble hero, Captain Teach,
assumed the cognomen of Black-
beard from the large quantity

of hair which, like a_ frightful
meteor covered his whole face,
and frightened America more

than any comet that has appeared
there a long time.”

He goes on to say that Black-
beard’s beard was of “extrava-
gant length” and came right up
to his eyes. “He was accustomed
to twist it with ribbons, in small
tails, after the manner of our
Ramilie wigs, and turn. them
about his ears. In time of action
he wore a sling over his should-
ers with three brace of pistols
hanging in holsters, like banda-
liers, and stuck lighted matches
under his hat, which, appearing
on each side of his face, his eyes
naturally looking fierce and wild,
made him, altogether. such a
figure that imagination cannat
form an idea of a fury from hell
to look more frightful.”

To impress his men he liked to
pretend that if-»he were not
actually .the devil, he was at
least a good friend of him. For
instance,-one day at sea after
quite’ a quantity of rum had
been consumed, he said to some
of his men» “Come, let us make
a hell of our own, and try how
long we can bear it.”Accordingly,
he and Nhree others went into
the hold, closed the hatch and
set on fire several pots of brim-
stone. They remeined there un-
til some of the men were nearly
suffocated and cried out for air.

Blackbeard was very proud of
the fact that he held out the
longest,

Another time, actually the
night before he was killed, he

sat up drinking with some of his
men and the master of a mer-
chant ship. One of his men asked
him. knowing that two sloops
were approaching to attack him,
whether, if anything happened
to him during the battle, his
wife (No. 14) would know where
he nad buried his treasure. _He
replied “That nobody but him-
self-and the devil knew where
it was, and the longest ~liver
should take all.”

A Bristol Man

But let us have a look at the
career of this terror of the seas.
Edward Teach was born in Bris-
tol, England, and went to sea at
an early age He soon drifted
into piracy in the Caribbean,
but did not attract any attention
until he sailed under Captain
Thornigold. Thornigold was im-
pressed by the qualities of
leadership that Blackbeard
showed, and gave him command
of one of the ships he captured
called the “Queen Anne’s
Revenge.”

Teach then began a_piratical
career of his own, and it has al-

2, 1052

SEA

EDWARD TEACH

was given back his. “Queen Anne’s
Revenge.” ; 7
Blackbeard’s marital life was
“rather crowded.” Before he left
Bath Town he fell in love with a
girl of sixteen and the Governor
ef North Carolina. married them.
“T am informed” says Esque-
meling” that this was Teach’s
fourteenth wife, whereof about a
dozen might be still living.” He
spent his honeymoon at the plant-
ation of his wife’s people, but the
poor girl's happiness was short
lived for Blackbeard invited all
his ruffian friends to the house,
where they dramk, gambled and
caroused night after gight.

.

Although Blackbeard had sur-
rendered he was reaily only hav-
ing a rest, and he sopn sailed from
North Carolina on‘another pira-
tical cruise. He actually made
an agreement with the Governor
of that colony before he left, and
when he returned a few months
later the booty was shared be-
tween them.

In the meantime fear of Black-
beard was spreading along the
seaboard of America, Qne story,
which has been handed down,
shows the character of the man.
One night Teach sat drinking in
his cabin with Israel Bands, his
trusted mate, and aaother moan.
Suddenly Blackbeard drew out
two. pistols and cockeq them
under the table. The other pi-
rate noticed what was happening
and béat a hasty retreat, but

ready been recounted how -he eee not see what Teach
re “Was” g.

joined fortés “with Major Stéde
Bonnet, “the gentleman of Bare
badoes” and how they. scoured
the seas together until Blackbeard
took advantage of the Royal Pro-
clamation which promised pardon
to pirates if they surrendered, He
surrendered in North Carolina,
was declared an honest man and

Suddenly Tlackbeard
blew out*the candle, crossed his
hands under the tab) and fired.
Hands got the full force ot one
pistol in his knee ard was lame
for the rest of his lifer, Sometime
later ssome..of his men asked
Blackbeard why he had injured
one of his good friends. “If I do





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But there was,one.man who was
not afraid of Blackbeard and was
out to get him. He was Lieuten-
ant Robert Maynard of the Brit-
ish man-of-war “Pearl”. He was
backed up by the merchants and
planters of ‘Carolina ‘who , were
incensed by the pillaging of their
ships. and plantations with the
blessing, as it were, of the Gov-
ernor of the Colony. Knowing
it would be useless to approach
him for action against the pirate
they sent a delegation to the Gov-
ernor of Virginia to ask for help.

Governor Spotswood of that
Colony called an Assembly which
passed an “Act to encourage the
Apprehending and Destroying of
Pirates”. Blackbeard was speci-
fically mentioned in the Act and
a reward of £100 was offered
for his head, - - .

Lieutenant Maynard did not
waste any time, and with another
sloop he set out to look for Black-
beard. The Pirate saw them com-
ing from the bay in which he was
anchored, and prepared for
battle. When they drew close he
shouted “Damnation seize my soul
if I give you quarter or take any
from you!” “I do not expect
quarter nor shall I give any!”
Was Maynard's unruffled reply.

Then the battle began and
waged for nearly the whole day.
Eventually Maynard won the day
by tricking Blackbeard. He order-
ed his men to hide in the hold
when they were. hidden by smoke
from the pirates’ grenades. When
the smoke had cleared Blackbeard
shouted to his men “They are all
knocked on the head except three
or four. Let us jump aboard and
cut them to pieces.”

As the ships neared, Blackbeard
and fourteen pirates jumped
aboard Maynard's ship. Then the
men below decks rushed up and
the bloody conflict began. May-
nard and Blackbeard fought
against each other,

They both fired together at
first, but Blackbeard’s shot went
wide and Maynard wounded his
adversary. owever Blackbeard
continued to advance and with
one terrific sweep with his cutlass
he broke Maynard’s sword off at
the hilt. He drew back his cut-
lass to make another sweep which
would have finished. Maynard, but
just at that time a British marine
gave him a blow on th head.
The duel went on for a long time



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The People Of Harbados XXVIII

During ‘the Civil War in
England, Barbadians had been
loyal to the Crown, even when

there were many ‘Roundheads’
settled in the Island, and there
was a gentleman’s agreement be-
tween them to maintain a strict
neutrality. Ligon records “And
though they are of several per-
suasions, yet, their discretions
ordered everything so well as

| there never were any fallings out Warres, her Rapines, her Murders,

between them,” This was all very
well while there was still a war
on in England between the two
factions there, but when the
Parliamentary forces gained the
Government of England, more
and more Royalist arrived at Bar-
bados. The two leading Royalist
were two brothers, the Humphrey’
and Henry Walrond, These peop’

adopted methods which would be
known to-day as the ‘fifth column’
and the pamphlet war.’

Their agitations made littie
headway at first, so they decided
to push the issue by frightening
the Royalist who were inclined
to moderation in their views and
wished to maintain a neutral
position, into hostility; so they
} claimed that they had discovered
a ‘Roundhead’ plot to drive all
the Royalist from the Island and
openly declare for Parliament.
Nicholas Foster leaves an account
of their actions in his ‘A Brief
Relation of the late Horrid Re-
bellion Acted in the Island Bar-
bados. In the West-Indies,’ from
which some extracts are quoted.
He relates that at first the
Royalists acted in secrecy, but
they had to convince the House
of Assembly before they» could
get an Act passed. This! was
‘presented to the Assembly, who
after a serious view takén thereof,
finding enough in it to procure
a dislike of it, in all or most men,
especially in those that made
conscience of they wayes, con-
firmed it; And ordered the pub-
lishing thereof, in the several
parishes of the Island.’

However, “before the publish-
ing thereof, one of the grand
Agents therein presented a copy
of it to some friends of ours,
and (Serpent like) -used all the
faire pretences that might be to
animate them to relish it, alledg-
ing the great conveniences con-
tained in it for the uniting of
the Inhabitants, with divers other
expressions.” These people,
however, declared their dislike
for it, and “That the Island was
in peace, and like so to continue;
tind ifor any su@h ingaf¢ement
there was no apparent necessity.
That the people were, in general,
obedient to the present Govern-
ment, and what would they
desire more?”

The Roundheads soon learned
of the plot of the Royalist, and
the proposed Act and Oath which
the Assembly had passed in secret,
through the action of their friends
who had been shown the con-
tents and had been prevailed
upon by one of the Walrond
followers to join the Royalist
party. The outcome was that the
Roundheads under the leadership
of Colonel James Drax, approach-
ed the Governor, Sir Philip Bell,
now and old and weak man, re-
questing that this Act not be
made public, because ‘it was con*
trary to the Law of God, Nature
and Nations, for them to impose
any such Oath upon a free people
as they were; That of necessi
they had some sinister ends
it, it being such a thing as no
preterit time, could .shew a
presedent for.” The Governor
declared that he desired peace,
and told them to leave it to him
and he would ‘not be backward

after this, however,’ buf finally ir applying himselfe to the con-

when Blackbeard had _ suffered
twenty sabre thrusts and five pis-
tol wounds he was seen to waver.
A few seconds later, just as he
began to cock his last pistol, he

fell dead at the feet of the man |

who had sworn to kill him.

After they saw their leader
dead the rest of the pirates soon
surrendered, and Maynard sail
triumphantly back to port with
Blackbeard’s head dangling at the
end of his bowsprit.



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| sidering of what was best to be
done.’

Soon after this he seized the
| opportunity of there being several
mistakes made in the copying of
| this Act and Oath, to recall them
| from the different parish Churches
}Where they had been sent for
posting at the Church
|door, In the meantime Col. Drax
and his party dew up and
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The ‘Walron@ party was not
sleeping during this period, for
they now started the ‘pamphlet
war’ and many of these accusa-
tions against the Roundheads
were stuck up in prominent

places for all and sundry to read.
One of these posters contains the
followins—“if .you inquire after
Englands Troubles, her scadnesse,
her sorrows, her divisions, her

you will find that it came from
pretence of Liberty; such prow
js that of Drax, (who. as by
Letters appears) is factor for the
Rebells in England, and here is
to vent his trade of disloyalty,
Rebellion and Ruine: ...."

The Royalist were daily receiv-
ing new supporters in the form
of the refugees and prisoners
from England, the latter of whom
were purchased by their relations
and friends and immediately
.té@leased, for all of these collected
around the Walronds, These new
Royalist were soon to cause
bloodshed “for they sweare God
Damne'm’ they will sheathe their
Swords in the hearts of all those
that will not drink a health to
the Figure II (Charles II then
in exile) and another to the con-
fusion of the ‘Independent’ doggs.”
Thus the Royalist, by far the
stronger party in the Island, used
their influence over the Old
Governor and gained their point,
for they had some of the Round-
heads banished from the Island
and their goods confiscated.

The Earl of Carlisle had re-
cently leased his right to the
Caribee Isles to Franois Lord
Willoughby, who arrived in Bar-
bados and after some opposition,
was duly proclaimed Governor.
In the meantime the Roundheads
who had been banished and lost
all their property, approached
Parliament with their tale of woe
It ended in Parliament despaich-
ing Admiral Sir George Ayscue
to reduce the insubordinate Island,
for the Royalist had refused to
stop trading with their friends
the Dutch, and had rejected jhe

Parliament's demands. The
Royalist Party published
Declaration in February 1651,

from which the two following
quotations are taken.

“Shall we be bound to the
governmane and lordship of a
Parliament in which we have
no representatives or persons
chosen by us, for there to pro-
pound and consent to what
might be needful to us, as also
to oppose and dispute all what
should tend to, our disadvan-

»-ctage and harme? In truth, this
would be a slavery far exceed-
ing.all that the English nation
hath yet suffered,” and

“Wherefore having rightly,
considered, we declare, that as |
we would not be wanting to use|

all honest means for the ob-)
taining of a continuation of;
commerce, trade, and good}

correspondence with our coun-!
try, soe wee will not alienate!
ourselves from those old heroick
virtues of true Englishmen, to
prostitute our freedom and)
privileges, to which we are!
borne, to the will and opinion

of anyone.” (1)

It was the stubborness of these!
Royalist which gained for Barba-
dos the type of Government which, |
with a few changes, has lasted)
over three hundred years, and |
whieh had been established for |
one hundred and twenty five
years when America declared her
Independence.

The cultivated land of Barbados
had been divided into small lots,
due to the fact that each inden-
tured servant had received grants
of ten to twenty acres of land on
the termination of their time of
service. This was all very well
when the staple products of the
Island were cotton, tobacco, gin-
ger, indigo, etc., but after the in-
woduction of the sugar cane plant,
and the development of which
was greatly assisted by the Dutch,
whose help was only given to the
larger land owners for it was
these that could give them the
sugar in payment for the equip-



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with the problem of having to
grow crops that were not of
much value, for he could not

afford to erect a mill and boiling
house to manufacture sugar

on such few acres. This led to
the acquisition of the small lots
of land by the larger owners, so
the estates increased in acreage
and the owners became richer
thus forming a society of its own
This society haa a terrific set-
back when the Island suffere:
from the severe hurricane of. 1675,
Poyer relates: —
“On August 31, 1675 the coun-
try was almost laid waste by
one of the most tremendous
hurricanes that ever scourged
a guilty land, Neither the
palace, nor the cot, escaped the
destructive violence of this aw-
ful visitation, Neither tree no
house was left standing, except
the few which were shelterrs
by some neighbouring hill o
clift. The face of the country
exhibited one continued scene
of desolation. So complete was
the destruction of sugar works
on the several plantations, that
it was nearly two years before
they could be repaired, or pu!
into a condition to renew the
business of sugar making, Noi
was the crop of provision
spared from the general de-
vastation; and to add to the
calamity, eight valuable ships
laden with produce of the coun-
try, were sunk or stranded, in
Carlisle Bay.”

In Speightstown every house
was either blown down or ma-
terially injured. Several fam-
ilies were buried in the ruins
of their fallen habitations; and
there was scarcely one but
lamented some relation, or ac-
quaintance, swept to an un-
timely grave.”

1. History of Barbados by Sir R. Schom-
burek, Appendix X

(To be continued.)

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PAGE. TEN SUNDAY: ADVOCATE





STUDENTS ARE FEELING DISCUS STO N Ne

THE PINCH...

By ROBERT KINGSLEY HEART DISEASE



: » @
J > 1 hee > .

& boy from the Gold Coast, a More prosaically, there are jobs By ea HULER, B.D., pee longer can R any !
girl from Edgware, two Pakistanis in canning factories. The work is “ne. eee mates which no}
ade beared Londoner waited at tough, but men can earn. with This 1 shocking and diffic medical men dares to debate {'

" Z oan z > SP ee a! iS as 6 and difficult since our evidence has grown {
4 counier. Behind it stood Miss overtime, from £8 to £16 a week thing to discuss. But we owe it wha ; 5
Margaret Marsh, from Birming- Some students go as mess order- to the living s —_ if, in 1951 fo overwhe ming, a suggestion
ham, ready to answer their inquir- lies to Territorial Army caMPs this was all : : , fall oh which can be ignored or sup~
i@s: And the answer she had to (£5 14s. for a 40-hour week, voor. aft aly, Necessary —— sully © pressed _ by. medical politics or
give was, in most cases, a dis- with the possibility of overtime »°@"S after our announcement of stupidity but which is as irresis-

the saving powers of Vitamin E tibl ita
i up to £2 1%s.). Others go to the \' . > b there "cea he thle ae
artening one. nS cae andre. ape tocopherol)—and 2 years E therapy can be hindered but
sity, students wanting vacation near Salisbury (“3s. a day pocket- b tne geetstics veda ag Taree othe tee poi
i They had left their inquir- money, excellent food, free PAPCrS Mortality of hese dre, the otalaien Gaia ecnied ios
Jate,
heavy.



. a and a radio set”). mortality of heart disease to 5.6 common sense of educated man-

champ te the Bavand - ete ‘ pe vehal Go ecu —a startling and kind and the virtue of the medi-
ghiduét labour Students go to work as street hopeful decrease, cal profession deteriorates year by
4 I can offer you is two Photographers in seaside towns, For it was in 1949 that Shute year. We wonder how many
days’ work as car park attendant 98 deck-chair attendants, kiosk- and Pascoe (Summary 1:50, 1949) times the existing 98 papers
at a motor-race meeting,” Miss ™inders, bus conductresses, shop- published a survey of 155 cardiac written in support of our views












“ a assistants, patients treated with alpha toco- must be mu tiplied before the
ore Sey ona your iat vs - Of those who apply, only about pherol. This revealed a salvage of evidence convinces all,
oe The chance of tips is OMe in 20 are women. Most three-quarters of the deaths For some odd reason we. are
prastically negligible..." women students expect to be sup- occurring under the usual treat- reminded of the words of pre-

ported by their families during ment—‘an annual rate of 5.6 per maturely old and crippled Sir
Most wanted jobs issting. longe vacations: men students working cent.” They estimated that “the Ronald Ross when, long after, he
help to maintain themselvc; 9M grants often have to keep them- proper, widespread use of alpha reviewed the work on malaria

selves, tocopherol in coronary heart which ha )

rough the long vacation. pe On The Farm disease alone should salvage 105, prize: a won him the Nobei/d
The Slump 000 American lives per year, Funds are not easily granted in
MISS MARSH, 26, holder of 2 NUMERICALLY, agriculture But—thinking aloud—we musi connection with them (medical

i iploma of Birming- is the biggest employer of student @sk ourselves how could so many discoveries) The numerous papers

ae eee ee neuter of tabour. Woes > annener months 'pSurance men ignore alpha toco- by Manson and myself received
vacation work di ment 5,000 students, half of them Brit- pherol, the cheap and only car- little credence at first; I was/})
the National Union of Students, ish, half foreign, will work on the “iovascular insurance policy—or even penalized for some of my
jose headquarters are in land. how could so many business work: it was allowed to remain |}
Sore In between answer- British students may, if they €xecutives forget that their jobs unused for several years, during |

ing callers, she told me about the raise the fare, go to jobs in Den- and ambitions were only as sound which millions of people must

p that students have run into mark, Eire, Finland, France, Ger- as their coronary arteries — or have died of malaria—one of the














: many, Yugoslavia, Norway, Swe- how many of these airmen who most infamous crimes of ne-
, In 1951. in the two vacations, den and Switzerland. died in bed might have develop- science; untrue stories regarding
Christmas and summer, 8,000 stu- In Denmark (cost £24 12s.) ed their final heart attacks at the matter were taught in schools
dents found jobs. This year the they can undertake archaeological high altitudes with 50 people sit- and universities, and both of us
figure is likely to be much lower. excavation with free keep and 1s. ting behind them—or if a pilot's were often ridiculed by fools”—

Parents are buying fewer ice- a day pocket money; in Eire (cost heart matters as he comes in “on the whole I would probably
creams for their children, so the £3 2s. 6d. from Liverpool) the ovér Newark or Washington air- never have touched malaria re-
iee-cre: factories do not need work is “placing peat in piles and port—or what do we lose when tha search at’all had I foreseen the
as much—student labour to help loading sod collectors.” brain of an Admiral Sherman or falsification, neglect, or opposi-
Ce There is one department in Sigmund Romberg suddenly ceases tion to which my work was to be

‘ England in which demand for stu- —or why. medical men don't take subjected from its inception,”

The railways ask for fewer dents exceeds supply—home helps, the only rational precaution they here are so many other things
extra workers. Euston station last others’ helps and similar jobs can take before the onslaught of to say—ali of them as urgent as
year wanted 380 students to work with families. their “occupational disease?” A pathetic—but we refrain.
berg = oad they have call- > WA Canedian judge recently dropped 7

only 20. amaging? on the Bench, An aerialist dropped

Even government departments dead i emphis, nessee, unity Development
are employing fewer temporary WHAT is the official view of a» taking ne ist deren Comm ty lop,
staff, ‘ vacation work? Some _ college the poor, athletes — no one is BOMBAY.

The Plums tutors and university authorities exempt in this “Cold War.” The Government of India have

STUDENTS who registered for frown on it, These hold that non- This is 1952 — and an over- recommended that as far as pos-
work earlier on (fee 7s, 6d.) found aeademic work during vacations whelming body of proof has piled sible villagers should contribute o
there were some plums to be had. is damaging to study and the re- up since 1946. How: many men nao ofthe expense on com-

A titled woman wanted four laxation which vacations are in- must die before the world turns niunity development project in
men and five girl students to staff tended to provide. J .,. 10 alpha tocopherol, their area, either in the form of
a shooting box in Scotland. Pay Said Miss Marsh: We quite “Men work like Trojans to pull labour or in cash. The suggestion
for the men was £3 10s. a week see that,. ideally, it would be a « wooden horse inside their emanates from the community
an keep, for the girls thing if there were no need offices, Then they ignore it until projects administration of the
£2 15s. The men had the chance for us to provide this service but it suddenly overthrows them in Indian Planning Commission, The
of corning a oa Pa a day as dadaets tein, pope oe a night. Cassandra was ignored Commission believes that this is

on shooti ays. » when she warned her Silly city. ome way of associating the people

Twenty-five students got jobs the service does provide for a 7 at
as Grivic+gui es to parties of want.” That city fell, ith the projects. It says th

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Salute To Ralph Vaughan Williams,

ona nee pot torn “a BORN OCTOBER 12, 1872 “some of the themes of this sym-

: phony are taken from an unfin-
SUti “birthday of Ralph Vaughav he has not given numbers, pre- ished opera, The Pilgrim’s

Williams, O.M., a composer as tering to aad titles or mere ental then suddenly in 1935, Progress.”
firualy rooted in the English key-signatures, have showa tn. oa ao ae ne ‘was aene, ow that the morality opera,
countryside as the great oaks of two be Specially true. z ey der of Merit, » work of deepest singerity, has

having refused earlier distinc-

W iidsor forest. ‘he “Sea Symphony” written ions, his Symphony in F minor

T

t has is remarkable first, shows the landsman’s cou- ; . oe , clearly the th along which
composer given ls in more than tact with the mignt of the sea, Upknown.” ee a Vaughan Willlams has humbly
50 years of music-making? Es- it is less aumospneric than Le- symphonic style; here is no com. “@velled. It was a path chosen
sentially, music that was already bussy’s “La Mer,” but the impact passion, but turmoil unleashed, #4in in the “oo Peer inh il
there, music that lies always in is more direct since we do not The symphony is generally re- ee ane ocrnee in t i
the life of the countryside anc tho merely watch the sea at play, but garded as an outspoken ‘com- aabaowainar sptlahes _ ale
works of poets inspired by Brit (ee) 4ts power, Nor does it contuin menlary on the period between ways imparenk and often re-
ee wees. = eee fe nostalgia beauty of Delius's the wars, After the first’ per- vealing in his works .— foretola

formance of the heavily-orches~ the end of his music. But for-
«ving composers—with the pos- From the sea, Vaughan Williams trated score with fierce cross- tunately it bag aoe so. Yet tf aid,

sible exception of Finland’s Jean returned us to London where he thythms, the composer remark. I believe, close the composer’s
Sil ind, 1 would add, one showed us the sights in “A Lon- ¢d of his own work with his journey with Pilgrim, leaving
of least predictable. don Symphony.” We heard Big 4ccustomed frankness: “Well, if him free to spend his last years
But perhaps it is best to follow Ben as we passed through West- that's modern music, I don’t like exercising other facets of his
the main course of his inspiration minster, cockney tunes swept us it’ It was, however, inevitabig genius.
—the erample ant by the great to the East End, and the third ‘at he should compose music And what may we not yet
English writer, John Bunyan, movement called forth the sounds “#t had sown itself during these peceive from the composer who
whose “Pilgrim’s Progress” ‘has of a great city at night. But in “oubled years, The symphony at 70 walked with slow gait,
wi the staff on which Vaughan the finale, we met reality with the stands in sharp relief against his but agile mind, into the film
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been performed. we can see

lliams, our modern Pilgrim march of the un loyed, and the ?her works, except Satan’s dance studios for the first time and
s leaned. This interest first aD- fight for existente leet ohare wits 12 “Job”, a ny an os Lae Blake. * Collaborated with distinction?
peared in his well-known “Fan- crowds only a country dweller “UCP by Bunyan as by Blake. We recently received the firsi

tasia oma. 7 Like all true artists, Vaughan gurprise hen Vaughan il-
tig” where elegant sing’ writes dispassionate pit such © Williams can distil the outside qimBtise when Vaughan | Wil-
built an atmosphere of calm dispassionate picture. world in many forms. In 1943, I ang Orchestra was played in

, watched him climb slowly onto b ’
Matieh the. compraer also brotgey yNXt Cime "A Pastoral Syn~ jhe 'vogtrum Line Hey 2h London by tery “Adler to whor
which the en cin Cnuecke phony in which the composer Wood Promenade concerts tO greater import, is the announce-
e bear on his editing of Church gave us exquisite scenes from the conduct the first performance on’ ment that next spring the Halle

iy; 6 Gloucestershire countryside where jis Sy ajor. Dedi- ‘ : “leh
Then in 1922, Vaughan Williams je was born, the only son of a bated mnony in D major. Dedi- Orchestra will play a new work

eated “without permission and by Vaughan Williams, “Sinfon:a
brought his ee ae Bun- clergyman. His family was re- with the sincerest flattery to Totten " depicting Scott’s
soe. mg the open with the yu ; lated to the Wedgwoods, makers Jedn Sibelius, whose great exam- voyages,

e Shepherds of © of famous English pottery. Peter ple is worthy of imitation,” | it But perhaps we should have
Delectable Mountains” that was Warlock once described the sym- again sought inspiration in Bun- cepenien pa a turn from one
later ingested in his morality phony derisively as “a cow look- yan, and was oblivious to the who wrote many years ago:

Pilgrim's Progress. ing over a gate’—but that is raging war. The third movement «The composer must not shut
Is was produced for the first what it is, as the composer read- bore the quotation: “Upon this himself up and think about art.
e last year at Covent Garden. jy acknowledges. During the place stood a cross, and a little he must live with his fellow and
But in all his music, dates are second World War he sometimes below a sepulchre. Then he make art an expression of the
déceptive since his music evolves jeant a hand, driving a farm said: ‘He hath given me rest whole life of the community —if

m from the germs of folk cart. by His sorrow, and life by His we seek for art we shall not find
music, His symphonies to which So far, the symphonies were death!’” The composer also noted it,”
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political conclugiens from such
a simple experience as a trip by
sea from Barbados to Jamaica,
then I am convinced that there
is a ripe federal spirit in the
West Indies and that bringing off
the much talked of federation of
_ the West Indies is only a matter of
Te. settling the practical details. The
will to achieve is already there:
pall that is needed is people of
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froup of U.C.W.I. freshmen, most
f whom had never seen each
Dther before, have mixed
‘well together and reassured each
other so completely that they
ere all one large family in spite
of the size of the Caribbean Sea?
With us there were Barbadians,
as proud as ever of their beaches
and lovely white sand and their

garding people from the other
slands as crude “small-island-
ers”: Grenadians, the unfor-
tunate victims of the Trinidadian
attitude; and British Guianese.
proud of nothing in particular,
but filled none the less with a
azy consciousness of the size of
heir country, its mineral wealth
and economic possibilities, and
s “continental %— in
Short everyone was a little nation-
with some particular reason,
eal or imagined, for believing
e country he came from—to be
better than any other in the
| West Indies. It must in fairness
be admitted that these particular
» patriotisms were eighty per cent.
humorous poses struck by the
students for the sake of effect
~* but behind the pose there was
"| something real, an insolent and
_» blind pride. And yet this group
of thirty odd students had only

to get together and meet each
other to drop their insularity and
form one big close comradeship,
realising one may suppose, that
that was what they would have
to do sooner or later if life at
the University was to be pleasant
and not embittered by cfiquish
enmities. The day that we arrived
at Trinidad was spent more or
less in circulating among each
other and becoming familiar, and
by the time we reached Jamaica
you would have believed that we
were all brothers and sisters, If
there were two or three anti-
social persons among us they
were not enough to destroy all
our happiness, and it perhaps did
them good to realise that their
attitude was strongly disapproved
of by all the rest. But this is not
all: they would certainly meet
with no encouragement at the
University either; and only a
fool would not realise this as soon
as he entered the premises and
exchanged a few words with
some of the undergraduates, The
best thing at the U.C,W.I. is its
atmosphere, arid the unfortunate
sufferers from superiority com-
plex ought all to be sent here
perforce so that they might get

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lous folly.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12,



1952



day afternoon with an air of
nervous expectancy, and spent
much of an hour and a half con-
vincing the officials that they were
not spies and had no atomic
secrets on their persons, taking
photographs, getting thgir baggage
aboard the launch that was to take
them to the ship, saying goodbye
to their relatives and friends, or
just sitting and standing around
the place busily looking stupid.
Eventually we were all taken to
the SS. “Colombie” by the
launches and we then had to spend
another period of anxiety finding
our baggage and tipping the
porters to get it into our cabins
without mishap, and as the ship
was nothing less than a floating
labyrinth this was not as simple
as it sounds. However, we got
everything done without excess

* of trouble and were left (some of

us) with a few minutes tn which
to speak with our people for the
last, Soon the loudspeakers
ordered all visitors ashore and
we prepared for departure. We
weighed anchor at approximately
4.15 p.m., sailing down towards
the south-west with a brisk breeze
behind us. No one has ever
experienced the deepest ecstasy
who has not seen his land and the
land of his people skidding away
behind him over the waters. There
is no feeling to be compared with
it. And there is no beauty like
that of a tropical island merging
slowly in the distance with the
clouds and the air and the sea and
the sky. The Colombie does, I be-
lieve, a comfortable eighteen
knots, and before we were fully
aware of it we had left Barbados
in the distance and in the past and
had gone out to meet the horizon.
We had only Wednesday and a
disk of sea with us, and Wednes-

day, too, was fast telling us good-
bye. Some of us remained on deck

a little while, intrigued by the

speed of the ship and the ease of

its motion, while others went

down into their cabins to change

But in the cabins there was heat
and stuffiness whilst on the deck
there was breeze and a feeling of
distance, and so we were all very
soon on deck again, Night came—
quicker than we realised. There
wete stars and a little arc of a
moon, and the sea and the foam

and the speed of the ship. No one
was sea-sick: we hardly knew
that we were not in a motor car.
Indeed, to get sea-sick would have:
been to waste in the cabin so much
time that would much better have
been spent on deck. We went down
to dinner and came back up, sit-
ting around and chatting for a
while about every imaginable
thing until we became sleepy and
one by one turned in for the night.
It was sad to leave the coolness
of the air and the clearness of the
sky, but we had to get some rest,
and sleep on the deck had its diffi-
culties. In the first place it was
likely to get cold, and in the sec-
ond it would not have been very
comfortable to have to sleep in a
deck chair. And so we all went

bravely down into the closeness of
our cabins,

I awoke Very ‘early in the
morning and began fidgeting
around trying to find bath towel



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sailed ahead for La Guaira.
A visitor on a ship approach-
ing British Guiana sees an abso-
and soap and dressing gown with- lutely flat coastland so far below |
out turning on the light for fear Sea level that a “sea wall has |
of disturbing my cabin mates, But been built along it to prevent
they refused to remain undisturb- the Atlantic from flooding. the
ed. They awoke and informed me !and. Venezuela, however, offers no |
pointedly that it was 3.30 a.m., (I such sight. The coast is hilly, |
had thought that it was at least green, and bare of human life.
two hours later), and I hurried The hills reach up to the sky in
out of the cabin to leave them in sweeping rounded curves that
peace with their dreams. I bathed, have only shrubs for clothing. The
dressed, and went up on deck to view is forbidding and yet daring.
see Trinidad as it came to meet You feel that if only a human
us out of the darkness. All around being had passeq that way its
there were craggy islands, blacker appearance might have been very
than the sea, more mysterious much different. The sea, a dirty
than the sea, and looking like great green, mixes its colour with that
quiet animals watching you wear- of the land in the distance, and
ily out of half asleep eyes. There far away to the west, where more
was a lighthouse perched on one land continually peeps into view
of them and sending a revolving from around the corner, every-
scythe of light through the air, thing is grey and desolate. And
slicing the mast in two every few this is what you see from the time
seconds. We made quietly for you ‘leave Trinidad until you
Port-of-Spain, and as Thursday dock at La Guaira. Nothing but
and the sun peeped up over the deserted mountains and shrubs
hills of Trinidad we cut off speed and sea and sky and a few tiny
and approached with more care. yellow strips of beaches, As you
We docked at about 6.00 a.m, and approach the port, however,
after the students had all break- houses begin to appear, and you
fasted went to our chief steward can make out what seems to be
for landing permits. The ship was 4 Cluster of four or five small
due to leave , Port-of-Spain at °M€s, no more. During the night
midday and we were supposed to it looks as though a few lone fire-
be back on board by 11.00 a.m. _ ‘lies are at rest on the¥coast. Grad-
We all went ashore. Deeply im- ually the number of houses in-
pressed by Port-of-Spain, with freases. — ~~ aes on
its wide and perfectly surfaced {pere is a bit of fla mn ay
main roads, its busy traffic, its the coast you may oa" tn Bock
massive and splendid stores, and views wing vimana alban
its unmistakable touch of colour, ° 1a. in tuianiioten
we wandered around, going no- wriday morning and we decked at
where in particular and not over- a 7 00 ng al Ther w: f
concerned about the direction we Qroune TWO am. Raat alle es
took, stopping here to buy post- SOUrSe, i oe - es
cards, stopping there to mail them ' vihe Se nish fone nn a peer
to our families, and stopping of th ae ne lattene mean, Dut
across the way to buy some pretty Tou ot us did not, and-me found
trifle or bargain with a taxi driver {hot' the only medi “ theouun
as to how much he would take us Hi nity - vid om i unas one
around the city for and, of course, "norstood ‘was French, oat our
coming out at the wrong end of “2 ae a i en, fae ant
the bargain. Some of us decided to : sent th hears Sw > a. ee
take taxi, others were determined a = ‘d hi my th
to walk, being convinced that this fie snip. h (~ ere were ili:
was the best way to shop and see P° rears ~ ae a next i o
the city. Some of us had friends to €tY.—and ind rh oon ane
visit, others were only con- ™&an—appearance. They wore tom-
cerned about shopping. However plete khaki with a flat ae
we all sauntered or taxied around at turned up sharply at the pe
the streets of Port-of-Spain get- oo eae leather boots, Besides,
ting lost, finding our way, and get- ‘heir impressiveness was not due
ting lost again, we bought up sup- Leaky dates oldies wee
. , . s ess
plies of cakes, and grapefruit and about them—a huge contrast to
SEathee the easy-going relaxation



and in time to meet the Trinidad-
ian and Guianese students who
were «joining us. A noisy and
merry medley of boys and girls
they were, ninety percent of them
strangers to us, but after an hour
or two no one remembered that,
Two of the Barbadians had bought
mouth organs in Trinidad, and
one of the Trinidadians had a
guitar, whilst we all had our
mouths, very efficient and power-
ful musical (?) instruments. We
therefore prepared for music,
Lunch, and then noise, which it
was our affection to call calypso
singing. Around five o’clock we

ist bureau, a really splendid
building, comfortable and lavish-
ly furnished with a special de-
partment where you could convert
your West Indian money into
Venezuelan bolivars, and counters
where every conceivable variety
of souvenir was on sale. There
was a lady in attendance who
spoke French, and we therefore
got on quite well in the matter
of purchases. You bought post-
cards from her and simply cross-
ed the room to another counter
where 7 told another lady the
lestination of your post ecards,
oe her one Lae. Wd yo
Stamps, ‘a e e cards in her
fifty percent hand to be mailed. After the now
routine business of sending off
post cards home we decided to
have a look at the town, consol-
ing olrselves for being unable to



still no sea
sickness, though one or two of the
Guianese felt a bit uncomfortable,
more because of not eating enough reach Caracas (35 miles away)
than from any other reason. We pecause time was too short.

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= ~ portant of all, a
2 vided for
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4 i node courge
Extract from a speech on
Health Education given by Mr.
G. L, Gittens at the Public Health
f er re ynference in Queen's Park on

Phursda
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From health education the
country benefits in a _ raised
THE MAIN FUNCTION of a Public Health Centre times several drugs which will kill standard of health and in reduced
eae sa : ae 4 the tubercle bacillus and help to @Xpendituré on hospitals and
prevent disease as opposed to treatme aimed at etadicate the : otter curative institutions, Promi-

disease

; Streptomy-
Reader, P.M.O. of cin was discoverefl by

curing the ailments of man, Dr. G. F Wakeman,

















St. Peter told members of the Barbados Sanitary an American scientist in 1944. Its healthy habits, bad mental
Inspectors’ Association at their Public Health Conference snd pains oe, of a long ittitudes, unhygienie conditions,
" & ng search for ananti- err > > sure -

on Thursday. biotic similar to penicillin, errors 10 Gud te” naib eof
- Reader wi 1e he six + : . ¥ é : > uin. fection, failtire to notice early

Dr. Reader was one of the six to a lack of previous exposure to Recently Thiosemicarbazonie oy é
‘ . Mf o - toms.

speakers at the Conference and the germ which generally ¢auses and Isonicotinic acid hydfazide ~ ™ ‘
spoke on the ‘Function of certain degree of immunity. have given great promise in com- In public health education
Health Centre Other speakers In all civilised coufitries, parti- bating even the worse forms of however there is. need as with
besides Dr. Reader, and Dr. J: Ww. larly in the town, 90% or more T.B. It is too early yet to evaluate education in general, to stress the
Harkness who gave the inaugura e adult population have been theireimportance but nevertheless importance of home influences,
address _ were Mr, G. L Gitte n ected at sometime in their lives they mark a new era in the chem- Pomestic conditions happy or
on Health Educ ition, Mr H the tubercle bacillus. This gen- therapy of Tuberculosis. miserable, clean or dirty, in the
Bell the Production of Cle illy produces a sub-clinical ‘in When the tissues of the lung eariy formative years of the child
Milk Supply, Mr. G. H. Faga tion and gives rise to a calcified have been seriously damaged, sur- (ay to Have A lasting impression,
The Importance of Meat Inspe evion—or Ghoti focus in the lung, gery fas to as$ist me@diéal treat- greater than the school’s because
tion, and Dr, Colin Vaughn or ymetimes if a patient bécomés ment in affecting a cure. Artificial even dufing school days most oO
Some Aspects of Tuberculosis. tébilitatéd from chroni¢ illness, or pnéumothorax or the introduction the time is stili spent at home
Dr. Reader, Mr. Fagan Dr. 'eck of proper food, the lesion may of sterile air into the pleural cav- : ss j
. “> .Srer® ae r , : ‘ pe er ot eral enta) However, while at home, in é
Vaughn gave their addresses dur eak down and cause tuberculosis; ity was inven ed by a continenta a at the chila

ing the evening session of thc Without a supervening second in- specialist and is one of the com- P! pe! a ete re, ne rs
Conference : t ae ction monest procedures employed ‘! muld rained in unitary

Dr. Reader said that a Hea No part of the body is absolutely today Pneumoperitonéum is. the he bit , at yo il he hould b
Centre woul be "ela hie mmtine to tuberetilosis. The milf- introdiction of air into the abdo- t@ght the stfucture and fume-
of a a 1 fice we cnet ry fofm of thé disease may affect minal cavity. These methods of tioris of the body, hygiene of the
atria —s bil gpd specifically very organ. Usually, however, treatment aim at resting the af- persofi and sanitation of his
the Di ye ee a health, havin; .B, attacks the lungs, bones and fected lung, especially where cavi- surroundings
the Diploma of Public Health. He joints, and glands in children, but tation has taken place. They are le ‘ >ulblic
would direct the work of the in large countries visceral and frequently combined with crush- We look forward to the Public
sanitary Inspectors and Healti eningeal T.B. are not uncommoh. ing the phrenic nerve to diminish Health Bill: much depends upon

tors For the rest of this leetute pul-. diaphragmatic movement. The health visitors to be
seaking on the control of monary T.B. only will be ¢onsid- The advent of modern anaesthe- appointed in connection with the
I liseases, he said tha red, unless otherwise stated, Now sia has opened another field of health centres, by focussing more

t outbre for a few brief observations, on surgery—this time more extensive attention on the care of the child

. tl medical offic the symptoms and signs which -Thorocoplasty involving the re- would probably encourage in the
had to take steps to control and may be present . Loss of weight, moval of the upper five or six ribs parents a greater sense of tfe-
eradicate it. One of his potent 2nd. appetite, persistent cough, and collapsing the lung externally. sponsibility.
weapons was immunisation against ind minimal signs in the chest are Lobectomy or the removal of
the disease and all children should the, earliest warnings of pthisis, patt of a ling is also done in
oe immunised against diphtheria Confirmation of the clinical diag- appropriate cases, and sometimes homes of the people owledge

mall-pox and typhoid at ently hosis can be obtained by radiolog- a whole hing can be removed if about avoiding infection, about
ages. : eal examination of the Jungs, and the other is unaffected ‘ food. values ahd how to tse
. ar ' > . . > ve agt- .

. ; y isolation of the bacillus either So much for the eee 7% ; available matérials to good
: With typhoid, the patient had under the microscope or in culture ment of T.B aN ree oe 7 advantage, as to the benefits of
_ be isolated at once, Contacts and sometimes from guinea-pig the how rey: Ay one bas a ad fresh air day and night, how to
bad to be inoculated and in- inoculation if other means fail impact oll Sui Arig 4 sreat- Maintain health, in general, With
spectors had to pay attention to There are several methods of pro- manity has producec ar great- c : :

val A ‘ A lems th: h > of an emphasis on public health eduta-
the means of spreading typhoid tecting the community . against ¢F problems than the cure of an |. seni secialihiteires
’ 1 +r : tient t yery tion, safitary inspectors apprecia-
by flies. ubereulésis. The first afid most individual patient, n évery 7 a . 7 7
“R Z thnk 2CG. vac. iis -ountry to-day except tivé of théir role as teachers and,
Recently, B.C:G n attenuated importaft I think is P.C.G. vac- civilised country to-day pt ‘
ne Tee So ee 1 ihe ’ Oe sibly in Scandinavia, T.B. is hé new look promised by the
strain of the tubercle Bacillus ‘imation, This was devised by Cal. possibly in Scandinavia, ® Bitnic ‘

i . é tka oes 921 and rampant ublic Health Bill, the programme
had been recommended for the mette and Guerin about 1921 an alate would pay dividends.”
immunisation of individuals ex- ‘5, carl d out by ae pietec, of Rationing and shortages of Pa) .

TR ‘ nuated bovin T vaccine , *‘ ... ity: fs i
Sore a Lm antecte ay wC.ain® tate poopie ‘usually children who [00d, poor housing conditions Clean Milk
their resistance to the disease gow a fegative skin reaction overcrowding, poverty, and war .
was increased, It had not come >. stand to blame for the large num- _ Mr. H, I. Bell speaking on the

when tested for previous exposure

into wide use yet. ; : ; ;
; : to infection,.. This method is com-

; ber of cases now known to exist.
When it came to the welfare of

school children, medical inspec- a a Rl, Boa ds wu eee

tion and dental inspection of sjavia, and becoming widely em- thermore, the humber of

children was arranged at varying ployed in U.S.A., and in Britain. available fof ttéatment is not Mr,
intervals A healthy, well Secondly, the’ following up of :

nourished child was a much better known contacts is essential, They number of cases, particularly

pupil than an unhealthy, ill should be tested either by the Von Britain Many have to. wait

months at home,
ment can be adequately begun

nourished child, Pirquet or Mantoux preferably, in.

Maternity Welfare idults, and the Moro or Vollmer
In maternity and child welfare, Patch test in aay ae ene
the main object was to safeguard graphy at intervals, in a on
as Se é DY ther who is the
the health of the > @ Clinical check must be carried mo vee ae eee
give her the Bit” catoceite ous, Ne ose San dent tet the re
. ass adi , Oo ca eny a p ~
to produce’ and re althy Next comes mass radiography. — Poe Ae *
chil, thus sedpeleg anetetnel ant As the cost of a full chest film va- ee ret ie
infant mortality, Fat, ries from $10 to $20 depending on

numerous factors, the cost of a
After speaking the post- nation-wide survey would there-
natal care of the mother, Di

fore be prohibitive. Miniature pic-
Reader spoke on venereal diseas», tures are therefore taken of the
He said that attempts at prophy- chest of workers in offices, tactor-
laxis have not met with much /¢s; hospitals, etc., and any others
success, therefor® the ‘infection Who Wish. If there is any ground
was treated to diminish the

for suspicion in a subject, a full

Spread, and the investigation of sized film is then taken. Government department.
contacts was undertaken. He The settlement in a single “col- So far these remarks have been
might mention that in Barbados ony” of a large number of T.B. general and have applied to Tu-
where the percentage of illegitima- patients undergoing after-treat- berculosis in any country, In
cy was high, birth control might ment is also a good scheme to min- Barbados there are far more cas-
be a means of controlling the imise the spread of infection es than is generally believed, and
spread of venereal disease, Pre- throughout a community, This was there is no control on the move-
vention, (or precaution) was bet- done at Papworth Village and ments or discharging of those pa-
ter than cure, other settlements. The patients can tients, many in advanced stages

Dr, Colin Vaughan, speaking on 4o suitable work i.e, basketmaking, who have been admitted to hos-
Tuberculosis said, “Its existence toys, ete, and help to support pital or almshouse, Now it is per-
goes back many years, and mum- themselves and their families. fectly safe to treat an early case
mies in the pyramids of Egypt Tuberculosis can be treated suc- of chest T.B. without open cavi-
shew evidence of spinal caries. cessfully and cured. This has been tation in a general hospital. Such

Different types of bacillus infect known for many years—even be- je the practice in the best London
man, cattle, fish and birds, but of fore the disovery of drugs which Hospitals. But when cavitation
these only the first two are of im- will kill the germs. Sanatorium has taken place and there is much
portance in the pathology of the treatment with good food, rest and sputum, these patients must be
disease as it affects man sraded exercises to follow and isolated, to prevent infection of

Infection can be caused by in- rigid routine, have cured thous- others. This can only be done ef-
haling or swallowing the germs, ands of people caught in the early fectively in a sanitorium.

on lic

ment and relief. The rehabilita-
tion and placing of the ex-patien’
in a suitable occupation after
treatment is another function of a





Rarely, it may gain admission stages. Needless to say, as in most

through the broken skin but this giseases, early diagnosis is an im- The health of a population is
type of infection is restricted to portant factor in Aetérmining the NOt a question to be buffeted
post mortem workers and butch- |ength of treatment, There are about in party politics, The fact}
ers. Bovirie tuberculosis most com- many eminent doctors in London remains that little or nothing is
monly affects glands, joints and today, some of whom are nearly being done to prevent the spread
bones, seldom the lungs. Before que to retire who will tell you ef the disease, If Barbados is \o






diseases can be produced in that they were T.B, patients at 20 retain its reputation of being 4
given individual he must be sus- or 21, Some will actually ascribe healthy island, and we mus
ceptible to infection, either due to their success to their illness. speedily busy ourselves in im
a low state of general health or Fortunately, they are in modera proving public health services,



An eminent physician, with more than
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in each quarter be discarded.

Again the support of their family posed
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sole source Of quickly removed to a fly proof
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re; Mr, Bell continued “the most
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are primarily responsible for pub- yr.
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They Would also ane into the
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wide Blackman, Carlotta Skecte, { dition, new Battery. Reasonably good | F“OtDENS. Going for Only £3,000 Net dadian )
Brunetta Bonnett Tyres. $509.00 or nearest offer. For | y Gstt e Bedroom (Partly Stone), CHECK WITH ANSWER IN
12.10.52—1n_ ] information dial 8279 12.10.52—In. | 7 2ondition, IN BELLEVILLE, TUESDAY'S ADVOCATE y iy}

— | car Now's Season Gate seas tant| LOST & FOUND

CAR—Ford Prefect in good condition.|N@w 3 Bedroom (Partly Stone) Bunga- STATIONERY
THANKS $500.00 or nearest. Phone 8675 low, about 4,000 sq. ft., AT GOVT, HELL, Ny



12.10 52—~1n. | Goine for Only £1,250 Net. IN TUDOR











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GRANT— The Grant's tamuy t iilanescondsiinahist alii - ST.—A Large (Stone) Business Premises {
this medium to return thanks CAR—1950 Vauxhall Wyvern (Bargain) & tesidence, Very Large Garage LOST \
those kind friends who sent wreaths | 21.400 Owner driven, excellent condi- "rein a ae “ pee. s Busines: eS oe CALA IUM S :
or in any way expressed their sym- | tion Willlams Court opposite Sayes tand. an e 00 2.06. 6 er ae, THBO os Sails

thy i \ scent t avement ‘0 f Ch. Ch Seal Ga _ | Mortgage Can Be Arranged, Going for CAT—one black and white cat with Sails Sails Sails Arriv }

Met Perciine Grant of Paynes Bay. 1a, say Street he Ch. or Sealey's, Goree: | Oniy £2,600 Nets IN NELSON ST,—A{ctey Hind legs. No tail. Call “Boob”, Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Rerbedes din : Just the little shop in the village {i

a hone mi ert P | (Stone) Businéss Premises & Peccane Finder suitably rewarded. Phone 3239— ian Cruiser... .. .. 2.Oct. 4 Oct. - we = Gat on view a where the ‘Best Books, Stationery )
aiak. Violet Grant _(erand-dauehter CAR Wolseley 10 h_p. car. Offers in| 4-1! Business Stand, Can Yield about}|Mrs. Bourne, “Melbourne” Hastings. ian Constructor .. .. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. = 2 8 Nov. WHITEHALL, ST. PETER 8 -

Edwin Grant (son), Mrs. Una McKen-| writing to be submitted up to Wednes- | $70.00 p.m., Vacant, Going for Only 12.20.52—1n. ly Rodney . +» ++ @@ Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Nov. 41 Nov. 18 Nov. . and Xmas Cards are now on show.

zie, Mrs. Ruth Austin (daughters, w | jay 15th October. Fort Royal Garage Lta,| £2100 Net. IN NELSON ST.—A 03 | nen eee ian Challenger .. .. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. _ + . daily until October 20th from

York). 4.10.52—4n. | Bedroom Residence, Can Yield about| CHAIN—Lost in Probyn Bus Stand, ian Cruiser .. cn .. 23 Nov. 28 Nov. - 8 Dec. Dec. - x )

12.30.52—1n | a os aaa i = $25 00 p.m., Can also Make a Good |0ne Gold Chain, finder will be rewarded 12 o’clogk (noon) till 6 p.m. — — :
ey CAR M.1070. Standard 8 H.P. Two-| Business Stand, Water, Light, Going for}0m returning same to Advocate Advt. , : SSS

WARNER—We, the undersigned be so0or Sedan in Al condition and fully|ODly £700 Net. A Good Building Site | Department. 12.10.52—In. Arrives in aid of
through this medium to extend thank | nsured to June 1953. What offers *|#t Maxwell Hill, about % Acre, Going} —————————— Montreal ;
to the Headmaster, Staff and Pupils « ial 3788, Mrs, P. A. Cheesman, io Only 13 cts. Net per sq. ft. It ts — ST. PETER’S DAILY MEAL
the Boys’ Foundation School who sen 5.10.52—3n, ell Known that D. F. de Abreu LEADS WANTED 12 N @ Hi &®
UB Wreaths, cards, letters armed tr othe: et PRICES and MOST DE- _ Entrance 1/-

Ways expressed sympathy with us in} CAR—Hillman convertible Owner a BLE PROPERTYES including SEA~ —
our recent bereavement occasioned by] triven, only done 10,000 miles, a bargain a nearly ANYWHERE. DIAL 3111. oe 12.10.52.—1n.
the death of our beloved son and broth- ] contact Linton Bros. Dial 2023 Call at “Olive Bough", Hastings. HELP _ 4 ;
er Lisle Eric Warner 11.10 30 | —— pe
The Wé RE SUBD ciccesnchhincientbrgearailininilaeiapliniiataiatpiiinieten eee a Pa! ind 1 Situated | at e

——— $$ $$ SAR—1 1947 Morris 8 H.P. 4 door | Brighton, Blac ock, F particulars,| STENO-YPIST--A Lady Steno-typist
WILKINSON—We the undersigned bes | sedan, recently repainted and checked | Dial 3788, Mrs. P. A, Chc man, with knowledge of book-keeping. Good g mer ferther particulars, apply vo— NOTICE
through this medium to return thanks | nechanically Telephone 8408 5.10,52—-3n. | salary paid to the right person. Apply BLAD
to all those kind friends who sent 11.10.52—-2n See enaneneieinaienies _—— | by letter only, stating qualifications, and
wreaths, letters, and sympathised with |__| SY Re agi ee “Arch le" Clap-|enclosing copies of sapeet references. (age tans
us in our sad bereavement caused by CAR—One second-hand MORRIS motor | 24™ Roa rist Church, Government} Only qualified and experienced persons
the death of Martin L. Wilkinson. }car. 8 horse-power. Apply to Messrs, | Water and Electricity installed, for | need apply. THE ANNUAL MISSIONARY 2 Ce.

Oscar Craigg (Father), Gwendolyn] j ‘nN. Pereira & Sons, Rickett Street, | Particulars phone 8346 12.10, 52—3n J. N. PEREIRA & SONS, MEETING
Wilkinson (wife), Leroy Wilkinson phone 5034 YO | Merchants, of The Roebuck St. Moravian ~ ARS. F.V.A.
json}, Elsie Wilkinson (Daughter) asinine db aittladhitisckiiciangiadinit abetted = by aoa nee — Standing on 7,765 sq. ft. of Rickett Street. Ss eee ee be held on Tuesday ?
Gilbert and Fitzgerald Kellmar “CAR -One (1) Chrysler (Windsor) | b@nd situated in Thomas Gap in the par- 10.10. $2—3n fa YOUR ORDER: FOR vext, Oct. 14th at 7.30 p.m. under
(Friends: 12.10.52—1n. | Fluid Drive Automatic Gears in perfect | ish of St. Michael. Apply Mrs. Edith SEND US the Chairmanship of The Hon. Extensive Listings of Good
—_— —— condition. Tyres practically new. Apply | Ritchie. Phone 4436 12.10.52—1n MISCELLANEOUS : fe ~ Sure. i. L Cs Solas Class Property and Land
N ME MORIAM Courtesy Garage. 1.10.52—-12n. LAND—Approx, 19,000 sq. ft. of land GALV. ED ie ers, BA., B.D., Supt. of the 3 y vallable









—_—— at Fitz Village, St. James on the Mai FURNISHED BUNGALOW — American

ARCRER In, loving me memory of my Dear TRUCK—One 1946 5 ton Austin Truck, | Read, a very niee building site Mth family desires to rent on Lease, furnished

go uimord Archer who d@isd-on done 16,800 miles, in good order. Apply 3757, L. M. Clarke, James Street bungalow along the Sea Coast with two
ber 9, 195

(a eS ion [estes ee welll © CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Out of & world of sorrow haan ee TE eal ett | neces 1"- | Refrigerator for one year or over, from

James Street Methodist Church will

give the Missionary Address. FOR SALE
ALL HEARTILY WELCOME
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into a heaven of rest po “PROPERTY"-One house four bed-| 15th November 1952. Reply: Lionel G.

God must have a beautiful garden Ic rooms, drawing room, dining room,| Lancaster, Constructor Bechtel, Apt. NEW BUNGALOW, LODGE
For He always chooses the best. ELECTRICAL water toilet and bath, kitchen? electric | 155, Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela. LAND, ST. MICHAEL. — We are
Ever remembered by Germaine Archer - ——- | light, 7 thousand sq. ft. land or more. 12, 10.52—7n, instructed to offer this very de-
(wife) Errol, Keith, Frank, (children)! DEEP-FREEZE—American “Coldspot" 9) Apply: William F. Skeete, Upper Bank | —————————————— — . Hello Boys and Girls! sirable home constructed by a lead~-
Dofis, Lucille, Elenor (Cousins), cu. ft. capacity; recently imported, owner | Hali Cross Road. 12.10.52—1n. STAMPS — Accumulations clean un- FS FOS a 7 There's no exeuse nor reason why ing firm of building contractors.
12,10.52—1n. | cannot use due 33 limitation of Oe inmates ,AMNaged used postage eruabe or ronme we can't at eine at The accom ncdation ovides *
aanaeeesieminionsoneitiliiipelibenase tricity. $850. “Lindhaven”, Rockley New PROPERTIES—Dou og; (tions, world's highest cash prices paid, spacious becrooms, w built-in
GKMAN-—In loving memory of our | Rd. 11.10.52—2n | xCitehen, Galvanized: paling. ‘Standing’on {Or will. give merchandise’ in trade, SEE FOR YOURSELVES wa ‘ge drawing room,
dear Mother Mirian Thearesa who died 5,445 sq. ft, of land at Marine Road, a| cameras, watches, pen sets etc. Send DANC ‘E separate dining room, kitchenette
Qct. 6th, 1951 FRIGIDAIRE—English Efectric Frigi-| small Property wood and wall, Gallery, no trash please. Tanglewood Stamps, . { with breakfast room, and large
One year has passed since that sad|daire $510.00 practically new. Phone] Sitting and Dining Rooms. 2 Bedrooms, | 5401 Clarkston, Tacoma, Wash, U.S.A. EAUTY ‘ which will be given by pantry. The gar and servant's
day. 8675 12.10.52—1n. | W.C, & Bath. 5,445 sq, ft. of land Enter- 12.10.83—in,; FOR SPARKLING B MR. KENNETH FORDE quarters are hed. Mains
The one we loved had passed away. prise Ch. Ch. 22,000 sq. ft. of land, ex- ; (Driver of X-110) water and quota of electric light
Ever to be remembered by Viola, Ruth,| ONE H.M.V. 5 Tube Radio, Dial 4618. | cellent Building Site at Maxwell Hill Ch. = at CLUB ROYAL, SILVER SANDS, This property is situated in a new
Waired. Clayton, Allan (shgdren}, Ger-\G. E. Ward 10.10,52—3n Ch chatel House at Britton’s Hill ) CH. CH. and select residential area from

» Daphne, Corteds, (Gra -|—— ———— re aes ) x 12, Shed. 20 x 8; Kitchen, out o rd ‘ which there are fine
dren), Olga Hope (niece) Patrick, Wayne, WASHING MACHINE—(1) One Elec-|and Galvanized paling Laba. teen »)} Committee B.W.U. ‘at Queen's ” CruONDAY Near ink on views of Bridgetown and ihe hare
Robin, (Great Grand) 12..10.52—1n tric Weaning dachies noe’ MINION” | rented. apply & R. Green, St. Law-|}} vest = sna ie % Sees { “DIAMOND RINGS iss bour. The site is very cool and
‘om + | rence or 522 , ae only 3% »
Hn RT—in treasured and fadeless|carries 10 pounds of dry clothes and has | ~ ae "IM by "Ticket Holder Number 609, ee ake The webbiets te aratabie cin eae
mory of our dear daughter, niece |€n electrical wringer. Apply Mr. Corbin "@HOP.As @ going conc. “THE who is asked to call at B.W.U. Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens’ * approx. “% to 1% acres as required
aad grand-daughter Julie Aneta Herbert] at 5136 or 3312 11.10.5220 | JANETTA DRESS SHOP.” For ¢. Headquarters with the ticket and Geotiestea and the price asked is very fair
who fell asleep at the tender age of | —— = are and conditions apply to Cottle, Cattara collect the bicycle. indeed, We can recommend this

4,0on the 10th October, 1951
‘Father who hast gather'd
Our dear little Julie to rest
Unto Thee we yield her
+ Sure Thou knowest best
Ever remembered by
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Herbert
(parents), Doris, Hilda, Elaine (aunts)
Theophilus, Kenneth (uncles) and grand-
parents) 12,.10.52—in

a
KIN—1In loving memory of Char-
lie Peterkin. Killed Oct. 13th 1915
Canadian Army.
“He only! is it not enough?
We leave them all with Him”
12.10.52—1n.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Music, Private Tuition, Hair Dres
done at “Labour Blest", Mahogany Lane
11.10, 62—2n

FOR RENT







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i FURNITURE—New Dinner set rr pieces be BUILDING PLOTS, LODGE
$20; Baby's wardnghe 920; Travelling AUCTION LOT JIS L BAYLEY LAND, St. Michael. We offer 4
Trunk /15. Phone 018 19.99.08 | Sa ee eee i. REALTORS LIMITED |] attractive lots in this new devel-
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By kind permission of Messrs. Mc- Dan ° 2 ‘ opment area, varying in size from
ENEARNE’ :
me einige ines See iin OF wih’ excellent viows, “Water” and
2 p.m. VAUKHALL 14/1938 SEDAN CAR - } OFFERS

good tyres, new battery. Terms cash ‘ood Exe 4 } BOLTON LANE light available.
R. ARCHER MeKENZE. & reise |

BRIGHTWOOD, St. Lawrence. A
11.10. 52-2.

pleasant and comfortable property
By instruetions of th ural Com Art | which mellows nicely with its
s so e nce - it i 4
pany | will sell at Sredieaa pane & But it is also an F |

LIVESTOCK





HORSE-—One Riding Horse. App»
Manager Mt. Standfast, St. James.
10.10,52—3n

NEW BUNGALOW

Known as No. 10, Blue Waters,
and standing on approximately
14,000 square feet of land, com-
prising three bedrooms, one with
dressing-room and toilet and bath
attached, combination drawing and
dining room, separate, toilet and
bath, modern kitchen, two servants







PUPPIES—Pure Bred Aire

and exceilent bathing facilities.
weeks old. Dial 8356

Three bedrooms, living room and
dining room, kitchen, separate
toilet and shower, wide L shaped
verandah looking sea-wards. Sep-
arate garage and servants’ rooms,
Ideal seaside home in a gdod
residential quarter.



surroundings. Own beach frontage
CO, GARAGE TUESDAY 14th at 1 p.m ‘ “ sf
JUDE ARE SEDAN CAR, & FORD The “STAR BUDS” _
pot amaged by FIRE. FORD
MERCURY SEDAN CAR DAMAGED||| DANCE AND THEATRI-
BY ACCIDENT. Terms cash. CAL SCHOOL j
R. ARCHER McKENZIE. \
2%. 10.0540 Enroll you! Classes now





MECHANICAL

BICYCLE—Three Speed Raleigh, 0
good condition, 6 months old, Apply:
W. L_ Rogers, (Rogers Barber Saloon)
over J. N. Goddard 12.10.52—1n

OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-
ible from Stock in various carriafe
widths as follows:—





\ rooms with toilet and bath, garage.
4) | This property can be bought for







a reasonable figure. Please contact
us as soon as possible



CHEVROLET TRUCK — 1938 Model forming for |Children and RESIDENCE, THE GARDEN,

WORTHING — Modern coral stone
bungalow on corner site with
wide frontages. Pleasant garden



and MORRIS SALOON 10 h.p. 1946 Adults. Contact the Princi- a i
HERE'S YCUR Large stone house comprising
upstairs three bedrooms, large
tollets and. baths, one ‘with tub
CHANCE TC SECURE bath and hot and cold water,

gallery, Downstairs: three spare

Model, We are instructed to sell both 1 or Secretar
these damaged vehicles by Auction at ce 7

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the Courtesy Garage on Friday 17th
October at 2,30 MISS JOYCE CLARKE
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with flower beds, lawn, concrete
patio, and number of bearing fruit
trees Accommodation comprises
large living room, covered gallery,
3 bedrooms with built-in ward-
robes, well fitte¢ kitchen, garage
with covered way to house, ser-
vants’ quarters and all usual
offices, All public utility services

p.m :
AUCTIONEERS — JOHN M. BLADON Assistant Secretary
& CO, Plantations Buildings, phone 4640.
12. 10.52—4n MISS PAM POLEGREEN,
rooms, kitchen and shower room,

Under the Diamond Hammer Hastings. Keinforeing Fabrice SEE on cre eetnniey. are

Enquiries to 8S. P. Musson, Son & Co.
Ltd. Dial 3713,







28.9.82—t.0 0

HOUSES



acres of land about 100 yards from

eine ) S Gibbes Beach. This property has

1 have been instructed ta sell by public ———SSSSSsHSsSsSs= ) 3” x 16” Mesh been extensively renovated by the
suction on Tuesday next 14th October at ” "

2 o'clock on the beach at the back of | ©9OOOOOOOS8SO00OO0OO0OO 4 | f . 3” x 12” Mesh

PRAM—One child's pram, Any _ rea-
enable offer accepted. Phone 8132 or
11.10.52—2n

APPLEBY - on - sea St. James. A
newly-built house Has never been



one of the most attractive homes

present owner, and can be had for now available in the medium price



oceupied Four Bed-rooms dining, ‘SINGER SEWING MACHINE—In good ae ri a very reasonable price. Inspec- range.
drawing rooms and verandahs. Modern ¥ ‘ J | Capt. Fergusson’s house, Fontabelle one x 6” x 6” Mesh tion by appointment only
ce eb - Phone 29805. M cc condition. Pwice $80.00 or nearest offer MODERN HOME, St. Peter —

Clarke. 12.10.52—2n.

BABBS PLANTATION HOUSE, St.
Iuey. Ideally situated Apply A. G.

A luxuriously appointed residence,
with four bedrooms, 3 tiled bath-
room, verandah & kitchenette up-
stairs, with garage, servants’

CHURCHILL
bottom. Can be used for fishing o1 Situate at Maxwells Coast Road
towing. Terms structly cash @ comprising three bedrooms with

D'ARCY A, ea ass ae 1%” Mesh; 8-0” x 4’-0” running water, combination draw-



(1) 34 ft. long boat with beam 10 ft. 6 ins 5
Iwner leaving island soon. Phone 8133/ end draft 3 ft. with Bae coppe: REALTORS LIMITED se
vetween 6 and 7 p.m. . , bees Metal



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Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. James o1 . . re Yial 4689 ing and dining rooms, modern yn our opinion this property ‘ts
N. E. Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lucy tr Weg pg alco mowers (ae Oe 11.10,52—-3n ALE ” O3¢., 23¢., 28c. sq. ft. kitchen, toilet and bath, The 3 bedrooms, dining and living
17,9.52—t.f.n . : a | 1 2 : : property is situated in a good’ gaits recs and Seu pul S
SESE SUE ae ae \) residential area with excellent sea pantry, ‘chen, storerooms,
FLATS, ABERGELDIE—One () Three POULTRY UNDER THE SILVER Tieursday, 284 October, 1952 Round Iron bathing. A sound investment at Rerages. | The. grounds arp expert,
Bedroomed op Floor One (1) One — a ee —$—$—$—$——————— 5 HAMMER ) ” ” ” ” ” We a very low reserve price. f ou nm
‘oom. Basement. Appiy to Mr. B.C. | COCKS—American imported Leghorn ‘ At 11.30 a.m, Sizes %”, %”, 56”, %4”, %”, 1 flowering shrubs. Own right of
Field. Dial 4255 9.10.52—4n | Socks nine months old $5 each Poy- BUNGALOW way to sea.
leet chiatry te nouth Rock Cocks $5, Cockerels $i.) . @- Thursday 16th by order of Mr ae > Pviasics tree: by ' RE EEE Siksata «in hockey dew eed
FLAT—Very modern, fully furnished, | ducklings various ages $1.50 up. Young | Jobn Heller we will sell bis Furniture a Sai sefl Mee Aurniture acl a | EE iaaimanding « tagnifcelt view of | RESIDENCE, BLACK ROCK —
seaside flat at St, Lawrence Gap. Tree- | Rabbits. Phone 3071 12.10.52—1n. | “Kingscote” 8th Ave. Belleville wide old effects of bis ure one Meee GENERAL SUPPLIES the. Goll Coutes ungvettucted | 10 Soundly constructed property wita
bound and pleasant surroundings, excel- saibageaen sein includes a well P.aad ist Church, wich the sea. it comprises three bed+ 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, dining
lent seabathing. Gas, electricity and “ CANARIES- Young Cocks ame ene - Rockers, Ornament Tables, Smal! Corn fon des , 2 7 . w t TT oe yuoms, one with built-in cup- room and gallery. On land of ap-
telephone. Apply Maresol Beach Flats. | naking room for imported stock. Apply |e? Cabinet, Morris Chairs, all in Mahag Wing wt Room suite a4 ) boards, drawing and dining rooms prox. 1 acre.
Phone 8406 10.10.52—n | 9 T, Sydney Kinch, Graeme Hall Terrace. | #®¥: Uphols. Arm Chairs; ‘very com ane me? RES CHRD Sey id bath.
—s * 4 fortable) Painted Tables, Ri Chair. settee to seat two, four ash tray modern kitchen, toilet an ath. BUILDING LAND, ST. LAW-
-—-——-—— — hone 8276 10,10. 52—4n , tues, tables, 1 radio table, centre table. Downstairs: Servants’ room with Te
HOUSE—Large seaside upper-store’ ne —|and Rockers; Ottoman; Glass Chima two be . : toilet and bath, garage for two RENCE COAST — Excellent plot
house in St. Lawrence Gap, formerly] PIGEONS—Kings, Homers, Tipplers and | Rugs, Pictures, Singer ‘Sewing Machine we eon two semi-standing aera eka atau feted fos inna ey in good position with wide sea
anown as Battery House, 3 large Bea- | doden Phone Humphrey 4428 or 3691, | lron Bedsteads with springs & Hair Mat amps, dining room table, sit . alee 1 e frontage. Ideal site for sea-side
7 . La eases. C . 5 7 chairs, tea trolley, side table, etc. The property nds on
rooms, Living Room, Verandah, Dining 12.10.52—1n, | tresses, Chair Bed, One 4 x 6 Deep Mat- * approximately 19,000 square feet ww. One of the few vacant
R ian. All modern Conveniences in- | a eee Mattress (practically new). Frigidaire buffet, cabinet, dressing table and end vee , lots available on this popular
« Telephone, Gas Stove, Electric PIGEONS — Tipplers and Modenas | im good ‘working order; Pye Radio: 4 ey ore a wee coast.
Refrigerator, Ideal for large family | shone 8675 . 12,10,52—1n, | 3 and 2 Burner Oil Stoves (Valor & See epee Varale sere tee BUNGALOW \
Phope Maresol Beach Flat 8496 titles Faikes). Kitchen utensils. Cream Fainted TUbNGwany,vinteaes MaitaTae Peeas si to Stall "Terrace NEWTON LODGE, MAXWELL
8.10. 52— POULTRY—24 New Hampshire fowls. | Bedstead & Press; Child's Chest o pogany, MW 0, tuate at Graeme COAST—Solidly constructed stone
\pply Nick Parravicino. Phone 8393 Drawers, Desk, Table, Toy Shelf etc Ere, ne ee pun urance re ee Fe A house containing enclosed gal-
“ OUT" Gibb’s B . St. Peter §.10.52—t.f.n. | Mird. Mahog. Press — Chest of Drawers; 9. $4 , china a IAmMp, 2 prising three ‘ooms Ww! a leries, spacious drawing room and
Mi Aa fully Sumnintied SSRaGeiaw sult "| Limen, Bedspreads and other items 7 ash trays, linoleum, Baby's pram, and baths attached, dining and dining room, and breakfast room,
a for couple, from November 195. MISCELLANEOUS Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash pohopesy 4 a. bp - bd Bee get spear fe 3 bedrooms, 2 garages etc. Lately
c we : : % rails, glass an . e and a nice p: eccupied by U.S. Consul.
iw ah ee ee & CO. toothbrush holders, 5 rugs, 2 mat- a 2 7 east. The property stands on ae * uae
. . ANTIQUES — Of every description ictioneers J tresses, glass shelf, curtains, 2 bed rea €s oO approximately ‘% acre of land. LAND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—On
ie ‘ Chi old Jewels, fine Silve 12.10, 52—2n reading lamps, electric clock, 2 ee fi d with 101 fro t
Chingt Church feom October” As go a lee Early oa Maps. ntad FO SALE —_— alarm clocks, green painted table, EVANTON ideal taste for bucineee
n geo enamel! top table and stool, kitchen vemises. Total area 18,738 ft.
fea bathing furnished, all awaphs ., at Gorringes Antique Sho; aR ae ; : Situate at Top Rock comp’ e Pp je 738 sq. ft.
Solin. "Gana “A mach oe = omy, 2.52—t.f.n mote ‘Weetingt cae apeoker ‘eee three bedrooms, two with ad. BUSINESS 'PREMISES—-DWELL-
Refrig., Garage, Servants’ . enclose tric aut ster iec ing toilet and bath, spare room ING HOUSE, ROEBUCK STREET.
yard. Phone 3309. 20.0. 52-4.» BAROGRAPH—One English Ganaceh, MISCELLANEOUS Ketue Srlaideire, 8 piece conten T 242 * ee that can be used as a breakfast Good situation for retail shop in
Se aang anaes ene us ae ae a Wakes, along ‘with carvers and 4 serving he British Guiana & I rinidad room or children's nursery, living this busy part of town. £2,000.
See, | Maxwells Coast, dial 8542 INDIAN CORN—At Norwood Plantation spoons, 12 liqueur glasses, 12 wine and dining room, kitchen, toilet
stairs Flat 3 bedrooms, Gas and elect: ’ . 12,10.52—2n, | St- James, $6.00 per bushel. g.asses, 12 champagne glasses, 12 and bath with hot and cold water, SWEETFIELD, St. Peter — An
city from November Ist ay es ee 10.10.52—3n cocktail glasses, 12 pony whisky Mutual Fire In ce Co td. Verendah to so one. patio ee spe anne eit of stone.
mi I*z re eee re ee . to the north je oul ontains large room with
lasses, 12 half pint glasses, 1 suran: ;
a ce nga, | Meee GN SS geteicc rene: |, LINED LOBBTERS —A limited auqgti | ® fused" dewert ‘crving ‘owls and ~ L cSmprise "of ervans" room French windows” leading onte
ROOM At Upstuirs Fiat four windows. | ~ ' ae Se a ial ths received by plane on Wednesday. Ki; 12 dessert bowds, au ef one pat- ; } toilet and bath, and a_ large covered verandahs with view of
Furtished or unfurnished with or with | opts the best you can buy. “ |orders on or before Monday noon, witt : garage. Inspection by appointment sea. 3 bedrooms, kitchen, store-
out diet, Two minutes walk to Aquat c | aamlcrs a ee its ‘terved: nt Sinn"iggg' Mtiaims Falrenild | Steet or torn.” ee "bere, ouee- re only, rooms and usual outbuildings,
Club. Good bus service, fram 1 a.m Squia | dial 8666 -52-—1n. tail shaker 2 A bo: garage and servants’ quarters.
nef e bar at " it. shal silver bon .
No, 4 Flats Cifton Terrace, ee Perount ‘Gay Distilleries Ltd. Agents = : ” bon dishes, ner and stand, . COVE SPRING COTTAGE — Approx 2% acres well laid out
near Chelsea Boud r 1.10.62—2n |, LEPTON'S FRENCH COFFEE: ‘2 Ib two cream ‘and suger serving sets 2 5 P t A lovely cottage standing on 2 grounds with right of way over
ne nneranmen cena n Sar aes eerie | NS sold by all good grocers at 70c. is salad spoon and fork, two sweet a ro 1 roods 27 perches of land situate beach.
“ROOSEVELT — Maxwell Const Road COTTON LINT—For stuffing Xmas toys, | “finitely the best and takes less to the dishes, 2 curat sets, butter dish, at St. James Coast having its
Fully furnished including refrigerate t mi suahe ns, Limited quantity-- | CUP than other coffee and there fs 4 toast rack, entre dish, meat dish, own \private bathing beach, and COVE SPRING HOUSE, sT
Telephone and radio. Good sea-bathin = a "Bdos We. op. Cotton Facto coupon in every tin that may he ex. bread board, 2 sets 6 each coffee comprising three bedrooms, with JAMES — an ae ee of the Ge. prop-
priest December. Phage 2284 td. Hardware Dept 11.10,62.-3n | Changed for gift premiums ap featured nt spoons, set of 6 spoons, 6 forks» ivate toilet and bath to main erties on coast with
11, 10.52—21 ToC A cis Se Rates Mei bens the show case at the B'dos Aquatic Club and 1 dessert seiver, set of @ droom, drawing and dining a ccmelteld alk and secluded
By aa tesa CHILDREN'S Floral Plastic Rain coats|#"d John F. Hutson Ltd. Agents. fish knives and forks, © sets of © rooms, European bath with hot bathing beach rv ona tee of
PSHV a E—Bank Hall Main Road. | 2.40 each, Misses’ Plastic Rain coats $3.60 cake forks and cake helper, 2 seta and cold ore ee ne it ee ae wooded
d eee a alee som, | oeh, Ladies’ Rain coats (large size) $3.08 _ a a of 6 butter knives, set of 6 grape- . : . . separate toilet, modern hen and adily
* att eS WL. Clmton sect. Special * Ladies? and Children's en set cae Cnt nas fhuit spoons, 2 sets of 6 teaspoons, For the first time in the history of Fire Insur- and a gallery on two sides. into one of the ~— . %
ere B 2. ait. andkerehiefs 12c. each, The Modern | * ° , comple! set of 6 bread and. butter knives, - The house
Baxjers Road. 12.10.52—1n | ress Shoppe, Broad Street. co ey Masticulats. Dial 5 odd toaspoons, ail of silver, 2 ance business in Barbados have Policyholders WYNDOVER je" possesses
7 j ereces | <= Ce eee 10.10.5230" | 798, Mrs, P. A, Cheesman, 5 10 52—3n Foal Cane | Swene eer eee : eiorlooking the very begutitul .
CREPE RE NOPE RORS | cont — radi, tuilor-madc, Wink") SUBSCRIBE pow to the Rally Telegreoh.|$ "ERM: | Iarwe ‘chine ornament received ack any'pest’ Of the seen ae Fee ST. emmodiows home, with 3 bed-
= _. | England’s leading Daily Newspaper now , . ie ; ie va a5 rooms, large room, wide
i rs UE. y Something different and | rlving in Barbados by Air omly a few 1® dinner set consisting of 2, men by them. This is possible when you Insure Sate Rastolly, sevens oes ane verandah with good view, kitchen,
: NOTICE STUK — the one and only white | lays after publication in London. Contact) & dishes, i/large 1/small, 8 dinner ‘ yeoma, dining room, living room, pantry, servants’ quarters and
OLD WARRISONIAN Soctery | lguid glue Quick Drying, colourless, eek ais Mee ee plates, 8 soup plates, 8 bread and with us, as we are a Mutual Company. Con- modern toilets and baths with hot storerooms. Good situation near
There will be an open Day at H.¢ conomical 11,10,52—2n | Rep . : "ae 4.09-—-t.2.n butter plates. 3 breaktast piates i and cold water. Large veras Golf Course £4,300.
for all Old Boys on Thursday, Octol« ———_——— et 4. s. 3 vegetable dishes with covers, 7 1 . * Poli Extensive outbuildings including a
= ; “We are sell ae se! aon sequently all Fire and Comprehensive Polic 5 roome, COUNTRY HOUSE, CHRIST
1 Boys Cricket Match 12.30 sas tars wate Gade Facey Seulaned _ StUK GLUE For the Workshop, Home Cun ape see Se eaceie ” ¥ : P x inchs, SRE two eee ana CHURCH — Beautifully appointed
Tea: 3.15 — 4.15 t these prices. Cloth is down, but | end Office STUK has secured a Arm ploce. saucers and 6 ‘unch plates, 4 tea- holders share in the profits of the Company. has been extensively renovated by residence with singularly attrac-
Z * ave fr tack: t Always ask for STUK 11.10.52--2n 7 tive and unusual features situated
ktails: 5.45 to 7 p.m jardware is rising rom lacks cups, 3 saucers and 6 luneh plates, the present owner. ali ‘weeded Sane 6
All.O.H. who will be attending ar Yardlieys Agricultural forks. Chandlers | —————— Hat wire sandwich plate, sugar bowl and in w iz Fos ged
asked to ety the Secretary by Monda ware, Phone 4024 12.10,52—1n ena = ae ess a gnc milk jug. cut gines fruit bowl, 5 ; \ HOMEMEDE Seeman at @ ainine soothe’ seadiy
1th ot ten ey ae “ cut glass vases, mahogany fruit i i i Situate in the Garrison, St " : : e
eee SUBSCRIPTION 5/- TANTERNS-Pressure burns kerosene. | together. Not even necessary to | set bowl, sendbath, kha -6-Tanien Te We do not charge high premiums in order to Liekasl’ comprisita, foun bed- Serandaie, “Fela, 3 lars Bede
S. GÂ¥YTTENS, Veritas, Primus, Optimus and spare] trap, \ ad yiece breakfast set with tea cos: * coms, combination living and ~
> ‘s H’ » |Chandiers H'ware. Phone 4024 f ¥ r windows, tiled English type baths.
> Hon. Secretary _ rts, Stove parts. Chandlers H'ware en 12. 10.82—1n to match, 2 piece dressing table do this profit sharing. Our rates are the same dining rooms, separate toilet and Koh dnd one weber Sh Dutariaeiae,
hd 28.9.52—3n | Phone 4024 12,10,52—1n ret, 5 three piece dtessing table bath, kitchen with built-in cup- kitehi butler’ tr d laun-
: ZS) WIRE — For wreaths and Artificial] @ {tts (° Dicce Aine teed, linen as those of our Competit Doards, verandah the whole length Kitchen, butler’a pantry and laun-
oe = |) see dowers. imported cut in lengths Chand; buffet set, all embroidered, linen petitors. of the building: The outbuildings kitehy completely tiled with
i Somer. | een Pot cake, tea ¢ loth and 4 napkins, linen tray comprise two servants rooms with teats deel aoe cs ee watt
< b “ cloth, tre piece, cork mats, fry- da e for two .
) x . 38:4) fei ing pan, 3 saucepans, scale, large — ae move Soper? stands cupboards made to the highest
1 4 pyrex dish, 3 pyrex pie dishes, ae. Sc mately 7500 square feet standard. Two closed and two
: : POSS |S OPS Seuctable, dish with cover, of land. This house has gas and open garages, stables, 4 servants’
8c er lb ) ) LEARN TO EARN enamel jug, thermos flash, bread no electric rationing Inspection rooms with usual offices Con-
. oc. Pp : ) Thousands of L.SIC. Students tin and 4 tins to match, sugar oom. by appointment only siderable number of mature fruit
sth { ‘ shout the British Bmpire bottle, breadboatd and knife, dust ® 7 trees, guava, banana, sugar apple,
rel Will members of the Sareugeey n° thate salaries pan and broom, mortar and pestle, t A eaaat pears, limes, orange, soursop,
DUTCH ONICNS Alliance Franeaise de la Peraagh "sudying our easy mixing bowl, ironing board, plas- , aaron cic. as mango,
H ‘bade as ifv S tic and rubber hose, garden clip- io. ® paw paw
: i} Bar bade please notify : the courses ( BOOK meres aac are rubber béae, garaan Gp. REALTORS Limit pews Se. sete ee
12c. per Ib. Secretary — Telephone 2015 SRTTATION, COMMERCIAL © table, mat, Barometer, odd spoons, | flanked with casuarina and ma-
Soe eis = Friday, TAW, ECONOMICS, ete. Reduesd Hi fire; “tives books and mage: 9] e Lower Broad Street REAL ESTATE AGENTS ny ae
is } ctober ith o 1eilr per- fees to overseas students plo- ® vines : ss
At sonal seauir : Re ded. Prospectus free— ; TERMS CASH AUCTIONEERS oe
)) Sone quirements for Re- mas awarde p
ms T ; ‘ } ON SCHOOL OF f /ALUERS
(( served Tickets for the Daniel LONpS ( 7 rE
ho 11 Swan Street. i} |)) served Tickets ft ' rr REALTORS LIMITED 3?) 151/182 ROEBUCK STREET Plantaticns Building
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7.10.52—6n i 2 "London, W.C.1. England { i BRIDGETOWN PHONE 4900 Phone 4640
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36u65 Gi 36836 Gold “Necklet
na 36u72 Gold Suet Ring 86855 Ladies! It'G. W. Watch
* ; ‘ “i * 36105 Gent's r. Wat 58 2 Gold Bangles \
: ee ON ‘TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, lith and 16th October, 1952, 36120 Gold ‘Stene’ Rea" 36859 2 Gold Rings Your Horoscope
, es we will hold a Pawnbroker’s Sale at our Rooms, 17 High Street, when 36)93 Gen Ring 36861 Gent’s C. W. Watch . |
nd the following items left in pledge with HOLDER BROS., of Swan 36140 Gold Necklet 6891 G, Necklet, G. Bracelet)! 1
Street, and are overdue will be sold. a 2 G. Earrings; 2 G. Rings) Would you like to know without an: |
reet, a Q 36162 Gold Stone Ring Ladies’ R. W. Watch ‘cost what the Stars indicate for you, sorve
3 gle. rlee of Yr past experiences, your strong 1
“+ 3616 Gold Stowe Ring 30082 Set EPS. Cake Forks, 0! 2%) pen experiences, your mrony =
Feb. 1950 Nov. 1950. ; 36181 Gold Ring 6 E.P.N.S. Teaspoons {) test PREE the skill of Pundit Tabo:e
pete 34162 Gold Ring /36287 Gent’s C. W. Watch 36975 a Stone Ring enciely Sener
| 37033 Gold Signet Ring S4170 Gold Necklace ana Pens, 36250 Gold Ring | 36981 Gold Ring yay '
37055 Gent's R.G.W. Watch dant. “, 36271 Gold Ring 42641 Gold Signet Ring | ' {
37069 Gold Bangle Ring 36291 Gold Watch Chain 42658 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch ' em
| Saas on Signet Ring * +1563 Gold Ring 42674 Gent's R. G. W. Watch : OLD FAVOURITE MEDICINE i
March 1950 34280 Gold Ring 41569 2S. Bangles: G. Brooch 442688 Gold Necklace & pendant : © JEVES CONSTIPATION '
| 97083 Ladies’ R.G.W. Watch | 34339 ~Gold Ring 11573 Gent's BR. G W. Stop [42699 G. Necklet and Pendant re oe vot meet
on por s . 34337 Ladies’ W. Watch. Watch . . 2: Signet Ring. predictions : doa tants ton ania nave Seas Pomel !
f seen . $aaeg eld Ri ie 42708 Camera. A Eo Bihar ood. digestion: regularity. ‘Dr, Ako
37121, Gold Stone Ring 34347 Gold Signet Ring ian y talon — 42719 Gold Ring. Htantatmed in’ his I dian toy ie epedabie abyent-ofd
| 27138 Gent's R.G.W. Watch 34427, Gent's C. W. Watch / 41625 Gold Rin 42731 Camera. |\orescope on | remedy. (wien tte toecial vegetable Ingee-
37169 Gold Ring 34479 Gold Necklet } rae 42754 Chiming Clock. }Pusiness. Specu- tue eyatemn right and regular. See how mie 1
ies’ ing ation, Fin es better you feel tomorrow.
87189 Ladies’ K.G.W. watch) |9412 Gold Necklet 41007- Golt Rene Pine 42767 Camera. ratio cs, : i
pr. Go angles $9444 Gold Rin: } : 42775 d Ring. I riends, Enemies,
G. Brooch; Gem. Ring | | 39492 Ladies’ C’ W. Watch signe, Sat eae 42792 Gold Neckiet and Pendan* jae | oR. :
| 37248 Gold rae .~ = 39505 Gold Ring 41685 Gold lame: Ring 42797 Gold Reckist and Pendant +s, Changes, tt ; ’
| 37284 Gent's C.W. Watch 39509 Gold Necklace 41709 ; 42819 Gold Bangle. Fines Sicknes: i I
| 37295 Gold Ring 39512 Gold Ring 41734 2 Gold Berrings 42856 Gent's R, G. W. Watch, | ee ee tnaed educated people ve || JANDIAM ;
} ) 7 |37301 Gold Ring 39517 Gold Necklace and Pene | 41746 Gold Signet Ring 42858 G. Necklace and Crucifix wid ove GEORGE MACKEY, a New |4 ROOT 1
| 37 Yor » yes Tabore must possess
cor teeaaencae nae ee herd swebeny-we > Sewer a |57306 Gold Signet Ring 39534 Gold ‘Rin: tigse: Seng Gee Ring Sze1) 2 Gold Earrings; 6 Tea-| me sort of seconaciaut ae A :
Coll Liste Peliew Lipson ee ce aaenn piles eee 27317 Gold Ring 39576 Gold Ring sian = Gola tines spoons. na vou FREE aise’ helen eaters bbe i TRUSTED REMEDY 4
; ; re pe 42881 Gent's C. W. Watch. It vou forward him your full : 4 FOR OVER tt
So er age Saat aes one ae cae | Ao te a roy 98 a Ge se ee aN Se |
> ’ a79R7 : . money wanted or Astrological work “ :
on ia tenia owe sane (ta Gattne, . Ba Soe Setse Salt TOE ing | test Geta iene Mins. Gabe eae EE
ee eee ae eee nen ee Sa serieing wes crumbed. | 37272 Geld Signet Ring 34534 Gold Necklace pe te ee faeces Gold Blenet Ring qmials and other interesting Vices 1 COMSTOCK'S WORM PELLETS ;
|37470 Gent's R.G.W. Watch 34588 Geld moe } 36380 Gold Bangle 42917 Gold Necklet, Rocsiiato OF Rie’ Mtauevente 1). maa by the makers of Dr. aotis Pile 8
Ff : . 37477 Gold Ring ' old Ring 42921 Gold Ring. and vous aieire. Wits now ad this oar | | Scr’. wus praveeien ie eras
Shaw’s Memorial 37531 Gent's R.G.W. Watch eens eae wo aa 36402 Gold Ring 42927 Golq Ring. [may mot, be made again Addiess. fees ee |
| 34646 Gold Rin , 36411 Gold Stone Ring 42939 Gold Ring. | Porjett Street, Bombay 26., India, Po: tage Re
@ From Page 7 | May 1950 4671 Gold Idet Ring 36441 ~G. Necklet & Cross 42944 Gold Ring. lto India is 4 cents. : ee
catia 37629 Gold Bracelet & Ring 34692 Gold Ring rat a ene rad = os aes Ring. — Z
wills tawdry works ‘wili_disap- AFI (31663 Gold Iden. Ring S478 Gente HG. w. Watch 3098 G Necklace & pendant | Sauee ‘Gola > : : 3 . 800. en: ng 42 0 *
oe te ae ea ines ad Bie SS SORE “woven toes Sold Rin fame Sart tg watscus. || CULTURED PEARLS
dead as their tombstones. . | 37694 Gold Necklet & Cross 39765 Gold Ring ame Sacre 42979 Gent's C. W. Watch.
I was wrong about August In Carlisle Bay |37751 Ladies’ R.G.W. Watch 39834 Gramophone | 91800 Gola Mine on en oe IMITATION PEARLS
supplying no theme for the i olsen Faia ur, |37752 Gold Ring 39849 Gent's RG. W. Watch aad gene Sianet ming 42983 Gold Ring.
jo 4 Schooners:— Everdene, n —| Y Fin, ice tenon ar ie Levee Rocka Re Muke SHtT C BY was See So He tbe Site ae tn a BY CIRO OF LONDON
lands towards the end of the Maria “Stella, Wonderful Coumselior, 37778 Gold Iden. Kine 39879 Gold Iden. Ring aes Gel Stone Ring oe BICYCLES, ETC. nae
Of golden senha ae en "nacter Vesstio ates bine. 7. 9. tosan, | 31909 GoW! Wen. Ming Jan, 1981 41985 Gold Ring ve 41903 M.7747—July 3, 1951. THE LUSTRE OF THESE PEARLS IS MAGNIFICENT
of golden sunlight on the hills, * “DEPARTURES np. |37811 Gent's C.W. Watch a, : 42039 Gold Signet Ring $6821 M.7144—Sept. 11, 1951.
NOW let us turn to other things. s.s_ jtonian Leader for Paramaribo 37818 Gold Necklet & Pendant) 7 ri 44750 -9254—Oct. 8, 1051 < 4 :
f . sa rt 34758 2 Gold Earrings 42074 Gold Ring LADIES. LOVE THEM
ee ago . as eeebeh 2 Sie Meet Partner for Dominica Gold Ring ' 134762 2 Gold Bengles 42087 Gold Ring 43106 iro vey “ vr f
an (we can’t keep television “Spuplc, 37863 Gold Iden. Ring 34775 Gold Ri 44884 M.1891—Oct. 19, " |
Out of this column to-day) ace "Sel ie Samste. 37875 Gold Ring 34103 Gold Ring (4202 Go Newiet & pendant [46078 Milot0—Oct. 81,1951 TO BE OBTAINED ONLY AT
mee se to — singularly eawhid 37890 Gold Stone Ring ate tas Nec .* ‘ 42132 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch a - Sah Pies. 5 LOUIS L BAYLEY i
enlightene jorou, oO UA From Puorte Rico; 10.10 52 34840 . ugget Necklace 42145 Gold Ring 43 : ase. ' ; i
gate to open a Conservative fete. “(y"" pomingo. “ce White, B. Marrias, | 3Ume 1950 ‘ pendant 42146 Gold Rin 43556 M.7133—Dec. 4, 1951 n iy
As usual Elizabeth was look- 4° Sprott, J. Bari, A. Ashby * |37972 Gold Ring 34870 Guitar 8 45765 M.8854—Jan, 7, 1952. . v
ing as cool and as graceful as a "rem Jamaica: 10.10.82 37973 Gold Pin ; 34888 G. Necklace and pendant! Aug. 1951 42036 M.2386—Jan. 17, 1952. | OF )
bottle of hock © Meteaite G. Gvern tt ene, Metealte | 38553 Gold Signet Ring 34925 Gola Signet Ring 16042 M.1969—Jan, 28,’ 1952 Em -& AQUATIC GIFT SHOP \
. Mete: \ re = = 7 : 2 ‘ . > . | ° / j z q
But for a few minutes we stole From Autigua: to 10 2)" M¥t. | Se067 Gold Signet Ring 34951 Gold Bangle | $0518 Gold Ring [46074 M.9293—Jan. 30,’ 1952. i BOLTON LANE Phone 4897 \
way to attend the hundredth ». Bonny, J. Blackburne, Dr, #. |58100 2 Gold Rings — 34984 Gold Ring 6648 G. Necklace & pendant; | eo) MM .5611--Feb. 1, 1952. Phone 3909 {
birthday celebrations of Mrs. Free a 5 10m 38117 Gold Stone Ring 34992 Gold Necklet; Gold Gold Signet Ring 46344 M.9387—Feb. 23, 1952 jl =:
Jane Avery Hunt. She had re- C''skeete, C. Hanson, G. ‘Skeete, p, |38128 Camera Bangle | 36698 Genis C. W. Watch 44370 M.4534—Feb. 27, 1952, ;
ceived a _ telegram from the Lindahl, £. ‘Williams | July 1950 35005 E.P.N.S. Butter Dish; 6 36710 Gold Signet Ring t 46432 M.2008—March 6, 1952.
Queen and was enjoying every- F*e™ Trinidad: 10.10.m | See : Teaspoons | $6728 Gold Iden: Ring 52841 X.1282—April 9, 1952. |
. A. E. Watson, A. Betancourt, A. C 38181 Gold Ring }
thing with decorum yet satisfac- yin, w. ‘Egolt, F. Soni RY pie 38198 Gold Bangle 35042 Gold Ring | 36731 Gold Watch Chain 5301) G.1630—April 28, 1952. SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES
tion, There was much liveliness Pici, Hon. H." Robinson, K MeCowln; | 39901 Gold Necklace ) 35115 Gold Ring a: | Sorel Gold Ring , 53508 M.10452—June 9, 1952. |
to the party lead by her eldest 1. K Bayne. R_ Blades, A. Frampton, | 2 Gold Rin, ( 35138 G. Bangle; G. Iden. Ring | 42171 Gold Iden. Ring 47343 M.9266—June’ 10, 1952.
THE gvand old “Indy” has 17 © 5" seeanronyy. (38208 Ladiew AGW. Watch [89980 Ladies. W. Watch" 42173 Gold Bangle 62005 M.6076-—June 17, 1082 THE
i grand old lady has 17 DEPARTURES |38219 Gold Ring ent aot Ring 42257 G. Necklet & pendant 53605 M.6976—June 17, 1952. | :
, 28 grandchildren, about Fer Trimtasa 9.10 52 hee i o ng : 47482 X.2516—June 20, 1952.
60 . D. Thorne, S. DeLima, F. DeLima, v, | 38266 Gold Signet Ring 40036 Gold I den. Rin 42273 2 G. Baby Bangles | ’
great-grandchildfen, and 20 popoy De Lind? DeLima, v. | i g : 53760 M.8990—June 30, 1952. |
ee enan. anson, J. | 38310 Gold Signet Ring 0048 Gold Signet Ring 42278 G. Ring; G. Brooch
fin amas pete panne gld Toe Aide b 16.06 38341 Gold wy J RS 40076 Gold Ring 42289 Gold Ring 44973 Camera with Tripod—Oct,| 4
i" » M. Hotine, T. Hawkins, M. Maliett, 28386 Sewing Machine 40078 Gold Ring 42326 Gold Ring 5 c |
© +e we asked for her U.. Joseph. F. Harlow, E. Henry. . 38401 Gold Signet Ring 40086 Gold Rin 42348 Gold Brooch - 46255 Camera—Feb. 14, 1952. LIMITED.
secret. “I was born a cockney,” “c “wnete:," 10 Tlaivete; i Stewart, | 38466 Fluorescent Lamp 40115 Gold Neckiace; 2 Silver 42349 Gold Ring Sewing Machine—Dec, 3,
she said, “and London’s ‘a M. Stewart. | a | Aus 1950 nia aa o t Ring | aaae be pon Pie ss pe a aaah * oa .
. DEPABTURES . - -9 a om 0. gne n | 0 gn n 5 ewing Machine—Dec, 19, -acistered ‘ i 903.
healthy e+ always "ue FOr wrinided: 10.1060, i 33236 4 Gold Bing: 2 Ss Sein 40196 3 Gold Riags |42452 Gold Ring 1951. Registered 3 April, 1
remember making up parcels Gooding. R.’Hiil x. Murver An ig 0, | Earrings, ia |42474 G. Brooch; G. Ring 45851 Sewing Machine—Jan, 12,' : ;
for the troops in’ the Crimes,’ \. Gule, “J. Dear. 8. Abratame a | tiles eee ane February, 1951. 42477 Gold Ring 1952, ais The Company invites public subscriptions at par
Then like small children we foods, Re Roodal P: Lapse owas, | 38275 Gold Mecklace 85178 G. Necklace and pendant 42528 Gold ne 4410¢ Sewing Mochine—Feb. 7,') fo. FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE
Of he aidan, Beene Te SMe 2 Berne, B Seems. Sites Gold: Signet ee $5204 Ladk a G. Necklet & Cross 44217 Electric Machine SHARES of £1 each of an intended issue of £50,000,
of the garden fete, MM Polenta’ f° Mowstt, R. King, m, | 33890 Gent's RG.W* Wateh 35224 Ladies K. G. W. Watch | Toe Gort tw Renn eee. athe. ‘
1 adios: 2, deren > Wk, CP nioak, sasie Sas Ring 35269 Gold Ring 42580 Gold Ring 63039 Singer Sewing Machine. This issue forms part of an authorised capital of
Australia Wants "Ben, "Boon, "Boon". "Moore, | Sage Golds MIME. cet watch] set Genre W. Watch 42614 3 Gold Rings May 2, 1952. ‘ £ 100,000 of FIVE PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES
tr pene hist Sib and Chain 35306 Gold Ring | SEPTEMBER, 1951 53076 as Wea achine. carrying a fixed cumulative preferential dividend at
a : 1 assiah, E. Sealy, V. . 353: Cc. a } ‘ f 5 Tr 2 or t apita
Changed Meat Policy Aitsopp, E. Harrin &’” Bourne’ |” Fi gente Goi Bins. 35336 Gent’s R. G. Pocket Watch | 36796 Gold Signet Ring 53183 Sewing Machine—May 15, {{ the rate of five per cent. per annum on pe -
grim, W. Pilgrim, S. Pilgrim, 1. Greaves, 38621 Gold Ring and Chain 36797 G. Necklet & pendant 1952. ; for the time being paid up thereon, and ranking bot!
Auaretiee bo a ean edplres teen a ibesclaanbeiibin 38689 Gold Ring 35386 G. Necklace and pendant | 36831 Gold Ring 46655 Radio.—March 29, 1952. | as regards capital and dividend next after the 35,000
John McEwan, said in the House Wadied | tinad atl ia | soba, 1960 — = See rs Ay article can be raieanue before ihe day of sale, exiating six per gent. prevereces anne es econ
of Representatives today that both Unite ingdom rationing @ i 40272 Gold Ring Sale 12.80 o'clock TERMS CASH. to the authorised capital of 200,000 ordir ary shares o
an ol he eens. Govers, ane ink eee ae ee | 33413 Gold Ring 40273 2 Gold neues BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO {1 each, of which 150,000 shares have been issued.
ments desired to retur : + ? 33415 Gold Ring 40334 Gold Iden. Ring ’
trader to trader selling of meat British Government does not see 33421 Gold Ring 40335 Gold Ring Avstionesrs. “orms of application for shares and particulars of
but there was no prospect of an the prospect of an early revision. 33429 Goldst Ri 40352 G. Necklace; G, Nugget : Forms of appli j i
early change. “But both Governments hope it 33438 Gold a Rin ‘ Fcbaetes ’ ‘ , GOVERNMENT NOTICES | the issue may be had on application to the Seeretiry.
The contract with Britain per- will be brought about. 2G Nantes G. Barcingst 40377 Ladies’ C. W. Watch ;
mitted this, he said, but “due to —UP. Shiva ay ’ ; , Watch Rn tua } The subscription list will open on the thirteenth
$3478 Gold Ring preee, eaC e»Y % NT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 1g puoeere I
33524 Camera GOVERNMENE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL vena (y Gay of October 1952 and close at 12.00 noon on the
33548 Gold Necklace March, 1951. Visitors’ Day at G.I Schools will be held on Wednesday 22nd eighteenth day of October, 1952
33551 Gold Ring 35487 Gold Iden. Ring October, 1952, from 12 noon until 6 p.m. and an invitation is Cxtended R 7 )
4 33501 Gold "ting 35490 as Bing parents of the pupils, members of the general public and persons By Order of the Board, wi
ANGLICAN 11 a.m. Divine Service, 7 p.m. Divine 1 i oe ng interested in social welfare, . T. G. McKINSTYI
20 . : - sryic. > , hs - e. t ‘ ares t x
nde Sam. Choral Bucharist: 11, am inter. ten change. an ese es 33031 a. Shaner tien oil ta tadies RG. Ww. Waten®'| © “Articles of handicraft, plants and animals will be on view. Secretary.
Matins ‘and Sermon, 3 p.m Sunday ECKSTEIN—-10 a.m ene ing |33658 G. Necklace & Pendant 5 Ladies'R. G. W, Wateh.); , = The School Band will render a programme of selected music,
Rehosl. ¥ P-m>. Bvenens and Brvniny: Si vise. ‘fev, hn. Welton tamer |e Gold Brecelet Gi 3871 Gent's GC. W. Watch 4! ee ee 12.10, 52. JAMES atete. Preacher “OX HILL—11 a.m. Divine fees oe 2 Gold Sersinie’ - 5 35712 Gold ‘Ring mee at : aan James Street.
Rev. G. Marshall. $ p.m. Sunday School, Preacher, Rev: 1. R. Summers, 3 p.m. |33685 4 Gold Studs; 2 G. Links( | 35715 Gold Ring DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Pa :
ve a2 Erencher: eee, J. Farley. | Re E. W. Weekes, Minister in charge. | Gold Ring; G. Brooeh § |35720 Gold Ring Vacancy in the Elementary Teaching Service LOO OOOH CPOE LOPE
day, Thureaeee and Friday at 7.30 p.m.) ae “ ace re: , am 33686 Gold Necklace & aemnce 40482 Gold Signet Ring Applications are invited from teachers (woren) with at least 10 * »
PA —! a.m ev C Nurse, | ; S es : i s oP tgs
Towers BADD. 'p a. ee “Rela Divine in charge. ° it 33604 Gold stone Ring oe ross owe years’ teaching experience for the Headship of the St. Ambrose Girls % >
se D., ‘ ‘ ° nis . |
pW HITE HALL 90 Ys m! Mr. “G THE ST. NICHOLAS EptscoPAaL 28703 Gold Necklace & Pendant] 40559 Gold Necklet «ston Sehool, St. Michael. s LATEST >
"MEMORIAL—9.30 a.m. Rev. F. ‘7 | 33718 2 Gold Rings 40573 Ladies’ R. G. W. Wate The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate . %s x
ravens aes 2 Sai WELCHES SoADett oo Matins and | 98722 Gents’ C.W. Wateh \ 40576 goig Bing | A of the Department or exemption therefrom. )% &
fe a.m 3s. r * . ‘4 »
" BN SALER@ OD aioe dae. |e. BAmagee, T Arm. evansons and Sensors] 3o0 oes mae : Gold Bangle Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head | % >
MeCalister, 7 p.m, Rev. F. Lawrence (S). Deaconess C. Barrow; Minister in charge, 33748 Gents’ C.W. Watch Gold Signet Ring Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools, is %
SPEXGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Mr. G. M. 7.30 p.m. Tuesday; Everting Prayers and | 99956 Toadies’ R.G.W, Watch 40721 Ladies’ Gold W_ Watch Candidates who have already submitted application forms in |‘ v
Marville Address; Preacher the Rev. L. Bruce 33760 Ladies’ R.G.W, Watch . Gent’s R. G. W. Watch : ; . te <
8 9:90 o.m. Mr. 3. E: Barnett Ces cpa enwect. Wal be mane 38795 Gold Ring G. Necklace & Cross | respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac-| % g
BETHESDA—. r ves aul’ o e a ‘ i . lac —| i a .
EBENEZER emmevre cone Chapter 1 verge a a ae 38803 Ladies’ Silver Bracelet } April, 1951 | companied by a recent testimonial. All pay sr fae 1% *
.m. . 0. H, M ot e ‘a 5. | . . » be ained|%
‘ TORNEBER—11 0.02. ee os eet mica ; gor aoe. ies 35739 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch | ™&8ke application on the appropriate form whic may ” obtaine > >
BEULAH—11 a.m. Mr. G. C. Reid, THE ST. JAMES NATIONAL | 3880 ord Signe ng 35754 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch | from the Department of Education. All applications must be en- 13 %
: cuneweBURye il em Rev. S. W. C ears 7 p.m 38846 Gold : 35829 G. Necklace and Pendant. ! closed in envelopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left | % 8
Crosse, Sacrament rt Lord's Supper racenne shi Sesane presto for bot 38855 Gold Iden. Bracelet 36845 wae. aw Wateh hand corner and must reach the Department of Education by Satur- ~ FROM >
1s plate iccer Services, the Rev. J. B, Grant, L h 35846 cme day 18th October 1952, Candidates are warned that canvassing may | > ¥
RI 9 a.m. Rev. S. W. C. Crosse, irinieter in charge. 5 p.m. Monday; 38862 Gold Brooc 40831 2 Gold Rings . .
7p.m. Mr, G. Forde Wednesday; Friday; training for Youths; | 38088 G. Ring; G Signet Ring 40848 Gold Bangle lead to their disqualification, & 4
All Sunday Schools at 3 p.m. ; sted by the Rev. L. | 38968 Gold %
BETHEL CIRCUIT ee Pera theists Bantort “ata 40858 Gold Ring 12,10,52,—1n Be %
BETHEL—1li a.m. Rev. T. J. Furley eae eree ssistn 38970 Gold 40900 Gent’s R. G. W. Watch 1%
7 p.m. Rev. G. Marshall Mys, Clas srowbe RCH 38981 Gold Ring 40930 Gold Ring 1%
DALKEITH—i1 a.m. Mr. H. Grant, AME. CHU 38988 Gold Rin , PART ONE ORDERS 1% 3
, ‘ ' SOLLYMORE ROCK—ll am. _Ex- i 40943 Ladies’ C. W. Watch | %
1 pera ts Furley (Juvenile position: Exodus. XT. a 2e ee 38990 2 Sauerae Earrings | 40047 G. Necklace; 4 Gold Ring | \% : oe
ah ae L Shae TE ry. eae Teeviees Mintslars Rev. E. A. Gilkes, Sho12 sents R.G.W wateh >. Genas; ie Barring: MAJOR C. E p| WEATHERHEAD ‘3 . . z
7 p.m. yers. § < meet 34 “GW. ies § EP, |
SOUTH DISTRICT—9 a.m. Mr. I oer 39018 G. Necklace & Pendant | : J COMMANDING, 3 e
ra . VATION ARMY ot Ring THY. BARBADOS REGIMENT : te 4 ; i.
“PROVIDENCE “Ii a in. Rev P. Vivien, ri Oowan 11 a.m, Holiness Meet- Gold Brooch j i008 2 t G. W. Watch ISSUE No. 27 ? 1oocr s | state that due to the need of space for displaying their .
Holy Communion. 7 p.m, Mr, C. Jones. ing. 3 p.m. Company Meeting pm. | 39035 Gold Rin, 41 " ; at -to-the minute Textiles and other Dry =
VAUXH, a.m ¥. Vivien. ‘Salvation Meeting. Major & Mrs. W 39044 Gold N et } PARADES TRAINING new stock of up ‘ “TE xy
Holy Communion, 7 os: G. Harris. Morris, Divisional Commander: sas | 39063 Gold Bangle i Gold z } 2 “ Tanks will parade at the Garrison at 1700 hours on Tonite 3 oH 5D ~ Goods Merchandise, they have decided to eae. x
VIAN +EW: ’ = ” re _, oly | yf © M.C le mu A . ; . . 7.
nave Morning ing "3 pm, Company Meeting. 7 pm. | 30084 Gold Ring a Bangles a houshe srithe the Boat ismadinnely otnrtey’ 18 Oct. 52 is the last OUT their entire stock of CHAIRS & HERCULE *
rian Meosenet nee BE Wer, Tym pelvaion Mecies or Captain F 39066 2 Gold Rings pt canis mc W. Watch available day for this course to be fired CYCLES whict upy far (oo much space at the §
Service, Preacher: Rev. E. E. New, 7 p. alyation 3 “j< < 's 3 = 4 j or is course to G ‘ . . "S which oce py a t s é
Evening Service, Preacher: Rev. E. E. Campbell. 11 am. |39070 Gold Ring 41121 _ W. Watch es in the 1952 A.M.C Rifle report to Capt. L, C. Banfield on thé 3
New. (Missionary Meeting on Tuesday, BRIDGETOWN CENTRAL: 11 4m. |Â¥ 3 iniature Range on Thursday 16 Oct. 1952 at 1709 hours. Coys will do train moment. %
Oetoder I, a.m. Morning Service, ieutine. Er Salvation Mecting Tee | aooae Radio” May, 1951. Be ‘oe will be “tring the AMC Mipren on Mondayr, Wednesdays. e 1 1 g
: ipepper, fo n ae vet 17 52 ee a. et . srcules Cycles, colours
Preacher: Mr. D. Culpeppe wee By a WO eas i1a.m. Hon. | 39103 Gold Ring 35894 Gold Ring ba Citegs of gocn week wef 17 Oct it To Clear are: 6 Re adater eae Bag in “450.00 es Ys
vice, Preacher Mr S. Weekes ness Meeting. 3 p.m oe - | Oct. 1950 895 Ladies’ R. G. W. Watch There will be a conference for all Active Officers on ‘Thursday 16 Oct 52 at Biue and Maroon former y h, ea : 5 . 2
FULNECK—11 a.m. Morning Service, ing 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. Sr. | ine Gold Necklet and Cross yee hours 2 Carrier Hercules Cycles, Biack. %
7 p.m. Evening Service, Preacher: Mr. Major T. Gibbs. : Holiness | 33779 Gold 35951 Gold N ‘ LL PAMPHLETS man 1 naent: Mami bled ae a aes bX » $84.00 each >
W. St. Hill SPEIGHTSTOWN: 11 a.m Meeting. | ' ‘0. 3 Watcl All instruciors and N.C.O's who have been issued rae my amp ae ot formerly $120.00 each now $84, t . y
MONTGOMERY — 7 p.m Evening Meeting. 3 p.m Company ne. 33869 Ladies’ R.G. W. h 36012 Ladies’ C. W. Watch the B’dos Rest rust return thern by Sat 18 Oct in exchange for new prim 2 =
Barve. Toe: Mr. 2 ae pene ee eee 33886 Ladies’ R.G. W. Watch 1143 Gold Necklace 3 100 unpolished Bentwood Chairs usually S
DUNNCCR a= 9.3. Syetine Perea) 8. eee Holines: | 33928 Gold Tie Slide 1165 2 Gold Rings , ee Re : Rifle Meeting during October. 1 ee ‘ine at $5.00 each .
On ae orenies Service, meeting 3 oan Compeny Meeting 133934 Gold S$ Ring 41226 Gold Ring Tibcwaae crosterait tie te eto nian $6.50 each clearing at 55.00 each, s
oa see es oe 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting Lieutenant | 339¢9 Gold nee 41233 Gold Signet Ring ¥ Woon Tuesday 21 Oct at 1000 hours 300 Ya a olished Bentwood Chairs, Hard bottoms s
R. Reid 33969 Gold Ring 41330 Gold Bangle No. 16 on Thursday 23 Oct at 1600 hours (F é 100 polished 1 a 50 h %
PTIS IN - aie eee DRUMS AND FIFES 4 + id tsually $8.89 each clearing $7.50 eac cs
EGOLF BAPTIST CHURCH DIAMOND CORNER: Stee m. 133993 Gold Stone Ring 41834 Gold Ring Be yractiees wll be held on Mon 13 Wed 15 ond Thurs 16 Oc usua :
isen, pastor, ness Meeting. 3 p.m. omp: e P . 4 sich and practi ; 3
sunday ‘Sehool 8 302 sl clans for Rpeepicn: pation. Lémienant 5. Mmee Ht a : at ; Ladies R. G. Ww. W ¢. ORDERLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING 2% OCT 86 polished Bentwood Chairs, Cane oe $
every es eee will inl Fvan- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 7 Gold Necklace 41 G. ignet Ring. iaieiteeporens sees semntel eae senna enonnseree oars nea amis eee te usually $10.80 cach clearing $9.00 eack
gelistic Service 7.30 p.m. A soul-stirring First Chureh of Christ Scientist, 34107 Gold 41398. Gent’s R. G. W. Watch Orderly Serjeant 234 Sjt Williems, B. D °
message and heart-warming music Bridgetéwn Upper Bay Street 34120 Gent's R. W. Watch 41399 R. G. W. Watch BR pods ie : e %
Monday 7.20 p.m. Baptist Young People's _ Bridget and 7 p.m y 41 . : apy tient hi Ciaiee s %
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Servant Charged With MV Caribbee

Guest Preacher
At The Cathedral

SCOUT NOTES :
THE WEATHER -

POSS POFFO



ailhi Fishe ° | REPORT F ll
r . On MONDAY NIGHT 13th Oct ¥
Ai ing fisherman LoadingRum arewe Cae. ie ee ae gras Eagan ©
'. A fe YESTERDAY . The Rev. Cecil one ee ADMSSION wa > ive 3
THE PRELIMINARY HEAR&NG in the case in whjch d , Rainfall from Codrington: |* FE of Belladrum and Lichfield, i Bar Solld Ze
22-year-old domestic servant Eulese Martin of Bulls Alley, An Biscuits caer Rainfall for month to Rall or oe np pe = A. Sanger | ticu sani tanbietipadans as 3
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St. Michael is charged with the murder of Leslie Moore a ane inhabir vinde A Baie ine 1 Set ae St. Michael’s Cathedral at 7.00 | - a

fisherman of Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy on October 4 was
started before His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yesterday

>

Temperature: 71.5 °F.
Wind Velocity: 2 miles per
hour.



p.m, to-day.
Rev. Williams. ,who arrived .

yetterday loauing a cargo of rum
and biscuits for Dominica. The

|Local Chief



Yi ae ke inenae aah : - 6 4 0d i = here a week ago, is on three
Setnaod nti ictenes more eee ee Gey weder thn came ok Cap- Barometer: (9 am.) 29.914, months’ holiday. He was accpm-
’ ’ i iain B. Gumbs, It brought to the (1L a.m.) 29.898. A farewell scout rally will be panied by his wife.

Mr. W. W. Reece Q.C. Solicitor
General is prosecuting for the
Crawn while Mr. E, W. Barrow is
ppearing on behalf of Martin.

ON BOND ®
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting. Poli N trate of Dis-

tric A” } y._ placed Miriam
folder of Helle





ere

fenantry, St,
Michael on a bond for three
oon.ks in the sum of £5 for

teal.ng po
he Belle
10,

property of
on October

the
Plantation

atoes

Holder pleaded guilty. Watch-
nen James Bourne said that he
iw the defendant on the planta-
,00 digsing up potatoes and told
her that she was not to do that

INQUIRY ADIOURNED

Che
ance

Ken

inquiry into
surrounding

the circum-

the death of

neth Springer of Flat Rock,

§ George was yesterday § ad-
jcurned by His Worship Mr. G. B.

Griffith, Acting Coroner of District
." until October 25,





Kenneth Springer was taken to
the General Hospital on Septem-
ber 18 after he was involved in
an accident with a car on Haggatt
Hall road, St. Michael about
11.30 a.m, the same day. He died
at the Hospital five days later.

Light Showers
Wet Shoppers

Shoppers making their week-
end purchases in the city were
caught unprepared for the light
showers which fell yesterday,
and as a result were held up for



a short while. The few who left
home with their rain coats and
parasols were however able to

move around more freely,

From early morning, the main
streets of the city bustled with
the usual Saturday activity, and
the centre of attraction appeared
to be the former T. R. Evans
Store which has now been reno-
vated and now owned by Mr
George Saheley. Hurjireds of
shoppers, especially women
crowded the counters of this
store to take advantage of a 5%
discount in the prices of ladies
dress material,

POTATOES REDUCED

Housewives were quick to take
advantage of a marked reduction
in the price of English potatoes
which were being sold yesterday
at 8 cents per Ib. from the push
earts in the various alleys.

Two weeks ago, the price of
this commodity was twice as
high as it was yesterday, and in
some instances, it went as high
as 48 eents per Ib,

A welcome sight

was the no-
ticeable increase in the supply
of green vegetables and fruit
available this week end. In
Busby Alley and Lukes Alley,
the market centre for these
articles, housewives who for
many weeks now have | been
faced with an actite food short-

age, bought readily, glad to find
something to augment their sup.
ply of imported foodstuffs

Garden vegetables—pumpkins,
tomatoes, carrots, beets, string
beans, cabbages and so on and
fruit — oranges, tangerines,

grapefruit and apples, all formed
an attractive contrast in colour,
and equally contrasted were the
various prices for which they
were sold, !

With the increase in supply of
the ddcontrolled items, hawkers
sold at varying prices, and buy-
ers were able to make a slight
saving on some items.

TEMPORARY OFFICE







The new temporary office of
Barclays Bank which is housed
in the Gardiner Austin Building
at Lower Broad Street was open-
ed during the last week, The
annex which will cater to tour-
ists and which is housed in the
Collins Building was also open-

The Bank will occupy the tem-
porary premises until their new
building on the mow vacated
premises is completed in about
three years’ time.

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The Funetiozi
Of A Health

Centre

@ From Page 12

Mr. G. H. Fagan included the
following points in his speech on
the Importance of Meat Inspection:
Meat inspection is an essential in
any civilised community if the
health of the Mmhabitants is to be
protected, Meat inspection means
the skilled examination of the
flesh of edible animals which are
slaughtered and sold for human
consumption to see that such flesh
is in no way diseased, unsound or
unwholesome. Local Health au-
thorities are empowered to enter
places at reasonable times and
examine any animal carcas or
meat intended for human food.

Despite the provisions and in-
tentions of the: Public Health Law
there was much circumvention and
a Royal Commission was set up In
1896 to find ways and means of
ensuring expert inspection of meat
and animals.

Syllabus

The Commission recommended
among other things a syllabus of
subjects for examination that a
sanitary inspector must pass be-
fore being appointed a meat
inspector together with a system
f routine inspection of slaughter
houses and these recommendations
were circulated by the Ministry of
Health to the Local Public Health
bodies.

To-day most slaughter houses
are constructed on the Central Hall
system and registered and under

th + control of Health Authorities. :

Ante-mortem and post-mortem
examination of animals and car~
eases is carried out by qualified
veterinary officers or meat inspec-
tors; butchers arc trained and
duly licensed and as a result the
meat allowed for eating is free
from any unwholesome factors and
quite safo as regards the health
of the community.

Water

Up to a week ago, a pipe about
a mile from Martin’s Bay about
200 yards from the coast going in
the Bathsheba direction could
not be locked for want of a
washer. Water was coming from
it at the rate at which nor-
mally a pipe is unlocked to
atch a bucket of water. A resi-
cent of the district told
Advocate reporter that water was
running from the pipe in that way
for over a month,

“It is out of the way,” he said,
“and much attention is not paid
to such pipes.”

The pipe line which runs from
the main road to this pipe is un-
covered for a long distance and
during hot days, water from the
pine is very hot,

58 Gantivined

The Lord Bishop, Rev. G. L.
G. Mandeville, confirmed 58 can-
didates from the secondary

schools at St. Michael’s Cathe-
dral yesterday morring at 7.30
o'clock.

It was the Rishop’s first con-
firmation ceremony since he re-
turned from the United Kingdom
a week ago.

Of the candidates, seventeen
were from Harrison College

twenty-one from Queen's College
and the remainder from St. Mi-
chael’s and St. Winifred's Girls’
Schools,

After the confirmation there
was the Holy Eucharist at which
the Very Rev. Dean Hazlewood
was the celebrant and the candi-
dates made their first Commu-
nion.

There was a very good attend-
ance. including the Headmasier
of Harrison College, Mr. J. C.
Hammond, Mrs T Randall,
headmistress of Queen’s College,
and other masters and mistresses
of the various schools in addition
to parents and friends of the can-
didates

Folk Dancing

Mr. Allan of the Y.M.C.A, is
starting folk dancing for the
girls of the Y.W.C.A., at the hail
of “the Y.M.C.A. on Monday
night October 20.








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Panent TAKES VACATION
BUT HOW DOES HE RELAX >

island a quantity of fresh fruit,
which» came from Dominica. The
vessel which is eonsigned to the
Schocner Owners Association,
left port yesterday.

DOCKYARD BUSY

The dockyard cf Central Foun-
dry was bustling with | activity
yesterday as work on the “Lord
Combermere’ and the schooner
“Maria Stella” was carried out
simultaneously. The “Maria
Stella’ is a French schooner which
arrived here from Martinique
to undergo repairs, while the
“Lord Combermere” formerly the

Government's water-boat went
*n dock after repairs to’ the
“Ricardo Arias” had been com-
pleted.

UNLOADING CARGO

The schooner Franklyn D.R. was
yesterday unloading its remainine
cargo of charcoal and mora which

it _ brought to the island from
British Guiana over the last
weekend, The Franklyn D.R.

was one of two schooners which
arrived in port from British
Cniana with similar cargoes,
which included rice, charcoal,
areenheart and sawn mora, The
ether schooner was the Marion
Balt: Wolfe which was under
the command of Captain Every,

BALATA LEAVES
After discharging its cargo of

pitch-pine lumber, the motor
vessel Baiata left port on Friday

evening for Trinidad. /
This vessel arrived in port two}
weeks ago and was berthed in|
the outer harbour awaiting a|
from where its cargo could be
berth in the inner Careenage
conveniently discharged,
A io 5
FOR PARAMARIBO
The Panamanian “steamship

“Ionian Leader” left port on Fri-
day after discharging its cargo of
cornmeal and confectionery, Its
next port of call will be Para-
maribo, Besides its cargo of con-
fectionery and general cargo of
foodstuff the “Ionian Leader”
also brought a quantity of lubrica~
ting oil and firebricks,

CORRECTION Ty

The article which appeared in
yesterday's “Advocate” concern-
ing the fishing boats should have
read “twenty-four boats are now
being completed and not “have
been completed.”

ANOTHER DEPARTURE

Another departure yesterday
was the “Alcoa Partner’ for the
Dominican Republic. The ‘Part-
ner” arrived here for a shipment
of molasses for Quebec. It :oaded
335 puncheons and 126 barrels
of molasses which was shipped
by Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd.
The vessel is consigned to Da
Costa & Co., Ltd.



Sweet Potatoes
Now Plentiful

Now that potatoes are plenti-
ful sellers were sen during the
past few days returning home
with their carts filled,

Sometime ago, house-wives
experienced some great difficulty
in getting what they needé but
now that they are in great’ sup-
ply sellers are asking the to
buy. itl yy

Yesterday a fw carts and lor-
ries were seen on the wharf with
potatoes, and yams, For a long
time nothing of the kind was
sold and again they had to leave
and look for another place_ to
settle. jo

PR. MOSSADEGH NAMES
VEW FOREIGN MINISTER

TEHERAN, Oct. 11.



Premier Mossadegh, named
Former Vice Premier Hossein
Fatemi, Foreign Minister to fill

the Cabinet vacancy caused by
the resignation of former Foreign
Minister Hossein Navan, earlier
inis week.—U.P,

MAIL NOTICE

Ma'ls far united Kingdom by the S.S
Golfito will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered Mail
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I'M.I IOIR SUNDAY ADVOC ITC %  ,r\l>\Y OCTOBI.K It, IS52 *&?" BRYLCREEM keeps the hair soft, lusiious and f natural-looking i all day long BRYLCREEM contains no gum, soap, spirit or starch—it givos hie to dry hair 3S3 ^J^aMBS—'-, — for the** 1 *' of your Tractor p >KONT— KIBBtll 600—19 MS 00 740—18 Ml. IS BUI 11—31 Kit tt 14—J4 fllt.tf 1125—St MIB 00 DUNLOP TRACTOR TYRES Vuilt for the job % ITDOS TELLS W.I. BOARD INTEREST IN INDIAN TOLR WANING Intercolonial Rifle Meet This Month Hy o. S. OOfflS *T*HE Board of Management of Uu Barb* \--oeiation < %  .uu! iiiti'llisenl .step which they look at thctt meeting on d UM nuc-. linn bat the Board of .rit ot the Bart ."l be the mber body ol the West < <>nlrol lo : HIS SHOULD HA\ | BID IONE HY ALL and so put an IJJIM nonsense. CONCiKATS! LOCAL HOAK1) I MUST congratulate the local Board on Ihc excellent phrasing in whuh ihe missive lo in. W 1 Boatl ind 1 c off, than Board of Control, in UM If they have m' since that tune. \\ UXOTT. Wr.KKKS v MARSHALL HEBE i winder if UM HI badoi i opportunity which has baan VOUCnSSft -viiisx local cricket with UM DWa a nai Of UM Usmo International Walcotl. Weekes and Marshall \-.,.. en rwtsdayUlg hen for thl TlnkM Uu" i buUt up for handsome on in English League crl that since their duties as play on Saturday afternoons 'dial coac h ing Is a IN tineas. Many high-flown theories and A spate of rosy proa made since the return of tha west hidlsa taam from Auotl egard to coaching lor.. only Trinidad has stf .anything officially sponsored with Inu BtoUmeyai %  nd C-vny Gomel at the helm. In Barbados only the Bai bad n fit to use I the services of InternationaU rA V S> %  < William, .nj George Carew but DO id* | i > |. ,., %  : Board nor has than baan tha iMconrity r I T Is al lo mention „.,.i. a aemi-inint.'in place Uka B es which people expi ,free of cost, ll :ound the |world and hav found that UM old On cheap img uuh 'good" ts Urue. Therefoie whan I IM In which we will be called upon to acquire thl then 1 assume that they will be proporl It must be bbrns In mud ., on bollasu and have been In tha habit ol worklnj a trip from Bngland and back In addition t, holiday oxpenaoa will make its mat k • %  move to utilise the services ..f th< pi >l< i bmL The tv. ted the La and Windward* 1500 to tour to England and whethi e-.port unity is their funeral, hut it do. f „ lne is not a nrra ona, not do* 11 run counter to I by the West IrtdM Cricket Boai I / Control. ItAKHAIXlS ATIILLTLS IM> WELL .pONGRATlTLATIONS f ., Athletic v^ Akso'i.tion of Barbodos' nomlnoei ind lbs mrinh iti.ioori, team on %  uccasafu] parUclpoUon In the AH star^ AUilctuMtaUng which ended last Sunday in Trinidad. Miss Joy Mai hall, John BaUnnar, Lan lload and Mirc U have Rained conHtMaKiable individual recognition but In %  this I have learnt fi„m all aldei thai ihcj i M %  : mi and if this high Mandard of camaradeN e and taam and c'clVii n "" n, "" K (1 '"' 11 "• %  WilU rilt ""' '"' Weal ..v.k-tu, ,*<„TRINIDAD BASKKTBALL TEAM IILRK r*Hh visiung Carib Bears have been dlspoajni of all loeal OftWaaL, Uon to data. Up to UM \\UUof going lo pp U i Have so far i. % %  won I e first Colony fan ,„ Thursday night ware aril .. ., .,,i SStffl Aigy Symmondfi and fleet footed "Brickie" Lucas if Carilon both %  f whom wan indlsiM*ed. They wan I rnllabU for the wcond Test last night, tha results of which were not lo hand whan this artlce Vas written but uhetliei ihe M ;t.-i.. ,--, hl their first uTiZ ""n"' '"' ' '""' 8yinninC a.d iajI|MM id 1 ., ketl. ,1! .' fHatVy 7ttM DlSlftVtt A NEW DUNLOP T. It P RUBBER CO. LTD.. 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Miracle Black Adhesive Miracle Tub Caulk Sealer Durex Masking Tape Shaler Hot Patches Sparton 6 & 12 Volt Horns Clear Hooter 12 Volt Horns Chrome Rim Embellish* era Expanding Reamers Extra Cutlers for Reamers Auto Engine Valves Fan Belts all Models Rear View Mirrors Insulation Tape Pram Tyring n In., *M in., 1 in METAL CYCLE PUMPS Schrader Air Line Blow Gun Lionidc leatherette All Shade Birkmyre Canvas ECKSTEIN BAY STREET BROTHERS DIAL 4269 Yesterday's Cricket H antlvrrr* is CoUmg* Al Hay KACINC; NOILS l!v l!t:\ BATTLE CaMMfjaj Hauderen. YOUNG DAVID MAYERS jotn.d the ranks of crntuiy makers for i; terday at the Bay when he scored \\*o runs juaimt lUmson College as the lirst di\ Igtogj [ixture between eVl nnitinued. Mayers* contribution was backed by good supporting imu igs by the middle batsmen Roy Marshall and aUpMr Dtfflai Atkinson who scored 46 and 41 respectively, and between them enabled Wanderei^ to dtCsttn thi-n mmngs eloMd With their score at 289 for the loss of eight wickets. "ospite uu formidable score by Wanderers, the College ground ia P' to turn it to leg. lielding was good anu at tune at CeM, UM Carlton left arm In replv, rnlMfW have medium-slow bowler waa steady lost thilr opening batsmen II. -n analysis of and Moms lor 4a runs. rul 5i m 20 overs. W'lliama When play started, the overalw howled with untiring effort. THINK Mil and lb lor Ivto \wkcl> *M r* .i.,k< al-^a I *" ' say how l jle *"d w %  •* to h **r ,h t his visit was a success in' lor eiKhl em al. V) (> W((V Lookini vvry m (ni MVa ^ nM ,„, 0 pound,, Bnd leaa jovial than when he went away luvky Frtd should have reason to be satisfied wttl his absence With the p. | Match (never one i carry a great deal of condition i they all look well. I was especijii week baUrnen Proverbs He had lost his pacer Edghill after Mayers carried the score (ran 36 lca > • nd hr P*Sa*ed away iur UM lo 100 before the first wicket fell arcattT part of the day. He finwhen Proverbs was taught by ,shed w,lh an analysis of 2 for Hewtn off roster's bowling iu. l,A 1 M ovars, but these figures Marshall who joined Mayers helpb*"*d his performance, ed carry the seoi C A to 'fJf Br r 'SSd-VaSSSuS: SS amm ncKmac Alknii.M. ,., I'iikulik :o3 And II (or no hU. was twltine p^licnllj. and M l.mptrr l.\6 rt pam the iw run murk. __ . JH wu in • run-BOIlint Dnpire bttttlM in Iheir llrst rnnod Bnd hi.s ..|..iiklinii tmdllll '"'k 1 !l %  wicket that was lakincludcd two tixv* and (our fours. in fi ,ur w^re dismissed I' h rVkwtck ..'. K MMiigton Oval. of tn wickeu.. with ML. i 7 I' .kwick hatted the whole o[ the %  — and 11. Lawless 2 not out rUpto"'" d , y ,ml co ! Kl ,.,„ „ r h[ .. ; ,„ ,„,.,. Mayers raced to his ceiilury. „ CI maHana The Empire bata. f "" A '' % % % %  %  • -Piears very m.„ UM than was his wont. The big hall brad Mr Friendship idli hardly be at his but lor this meeting but there are lew yuuiiMi %  • IM. Nor .lo complain of, about the condition of Abu ^'.per Jet. All In all Mr. Bethel's prospect of a good mcctn,.. have never been brighter—ami %  Sari what he has do'" In the past that is saying a lot l ^^ IBS OALB STKIM; T^HE GALE STRING, which space did not'permit me to mention X last Sunday. Is a powerful one. Although it Is regrettable thai ... no longer see that genuine stayer Doldrum al exercise. Mr. Gale still i, such promising material as Spear Grass and Gal, •hlels. and the M itty Huffles and Highland Spur ln th, '"•ported clasM-, I Up, Spear Grass, now demoted into C •"' a ;; h > 1 ^rience in August lo help he, nu prove the best bet, but the big I .11 b? no mean!s uJrlTeSlS'b.r. tn " I;"'.' ,boul "'" brcpects ol ll,g„. '-'id Spur .butHuIfy It.. ,„ pace. I„ Ihe Creole cW. Mi (...I. ,. in hava i ..... Bow artioaa "lean and huuaiv" .munL ...ned him Ihe nickname of the "luard' bm who^lw^ .','"""" ^ .' iMal" addition M ttariuu-d hasi sent a two->ea.-ol,i Burnt Gold who on breedini at S. I %  lirst Bight. Uy Burning Bow ou?S the 2" 1 "',"'' %  Burnt Golds uediereelL; ..nly one doubt; • | .„„,„, tl !" ton^tal un?en' S 1 f !" one woJ in S-tLtts-ur; %  •' %  •' *-!" s NEW ABBIVALS S TUII. rot R u so do Ihe Country Stables for, ,v.. disapiaii.ili... whu /rbe.f,,,,, „ ^JJ !" ' back alter a long absence. The GUI .i,„,„ "._?."*.? co "norves ho aSSU^^WJLA — whTs^anT^^ %  M .* C. Hunte 26 and J. Hynoe 25. MayT was run out run u bhort one. H trying to inning: r. ,.. vmnunenis u hlle m*;luid |g staging a c at .fJS n, i!Sf l ,, .' V T 'r (il11 V**** """!-'roughlv"the ,' ." d last August, i like the Eooki of SelL SurSS rs lo be stronger t| Thl W1| h .,J U bl ,. i ;' pi Mcrschaum an> ripwnnina nir,.. .w i_ Li ,; uiras *•' appear and Mirschaum he "gvei> nut an K STS %  'P'-r without them our RacirS in the highest Crtole dan would be diamal llxkMCL K A itc rsiNc. almost as much interest aa the %  In fell in<>vead of 4B runs. Skipper'.^,,. towiS'o/'K^km': ii ;i:; h h ;;7"r*s ;;i '^-' lesUoTn. I ,.1, "'"""' '" ">• hurning %  etun. I, 1-T?",'" H"".....l. The diflleullies IKI im r.T.C, In this respect an not belittled b, anyone, but tha I wtespM I'll when HODt I th was caught, by P. Lawless ..IT eight lulls lespeclivcly. ,'. Marshall's bowling. Till. I. Hewitt who in his May at tin ulckct saw Mon his score at 17 :.nd the total 44. Two runs l.tler play end! Hay with Hewitt and Foster Ihe 'ml. MM u.ii'ic hcie and It was obvious on Thursday night that the v ,i I team movements were ., „,,. „, .,, ,,.„„ W| raaull Barbados Basketball player, will B thl richer for experience by vlrtl 1 : *"" T ANNIAI. ANCIHIK (II' SHOOT t>( T. 24—M HB BARBADOS Mn£ ASSOCIATION Annual Inter.i.loiilal Rifle Meat here li.ro Oetobel 24 to October M Tttrs %  b i..... t ..i.ij iiarbtAoi Each member territory ar, Hnti ... well, including itso the only Blaley comi>etiti..n and Bai The teams are due here on rMdaj 23 and ill be in residence at the Aquatic Club. CLYDE TUBE FORGINGS LTD. POtsfCE vs. MMK.I Police 39| for s deed L *d*e 81 and *l Poli,ygs rt ertt J made short not out batamen with 10 and I WQrk ot tne i^,^,, team by dc respeetivHy lo their credit. ,,.,,,„,, hcm b> an llininga a||d 1^9 runs. Police declared .it their ovaria*> uvr t score of 291 for nine, and nine l,l, '" ks chieily to <; Sod,n ,.. tl uho followed up his ceulury in the ilrst innings by capturing BcMrtao id t>rUoo oa Bnl In""' L "^ckeli In Ihe entire ttutoh nlngi yesterday when they acoced f,,r • %  run , Spartan First %  % % % % %  : %  wlrkelal (for S..U-r%  nd r. • %  iirinK their 71-run lead Murray who made 30 and L. i.vei the Ulark Hock team. It was gl. Hill 29. due in in to ;| very Bowling for Poin poor all round MOW in the held (.^L, ( I V „ ,,,,. 35 by Carlton tl.. „, four |or ntChlng was iKH>r, their ground rlrfc ,„,„„ lidding very !" ^*g*'*" Forced to follow on 210 rune t arlton team, and their picking up ,„.,,.„,, tarwltf,, W o ri > i.i.-,in rti-. nnd returns to the ,icket .-.ua.ly SErttofTsESl StTafte Had they taken advantage of tnok '" r wi'kets each for 33 then l> ''"'i ' nM respectively, and the Spartan taam, they might P-'imcr and Bradshaw one each have had Spartan in a rerj bad B0f ' runs each. jusssotalioii position. They gave Keith WalDouble ilgure batsmen In the 1 ". n l 0, similar sports last %  l'* second Innings n South Caribbean raeil %  vithout symbolised the highest point Inls. proud reputation on the farcical | and won by horses completely hope that all la not as bad as it w .he-e era nui) %  ^ "ill be contested for LKtl an honour. Let us %  M eight Mena R UOOKIK'S RKT1 K\ UMOUIt baa it that thie will b:l. .,; ,,,,-ancc for -Ben Bataakart^J'Sr-hSli^ W y .'" w e SSTuSm •? lilC. *H holdo '"/hin. -..ncewas w„,k hV l*3 not know th, oik that it entailed. In spite of evervthlng. I have > but in saving "Welcome back B return VMII contain a faint M ( ;II of leh, i enjoyed doing It al .{ratification at his FLOODLIT CYCLING AT QUEEN'S PARK .,!rt.ev.r. "T,."" '." '-"'' %  '""mi will be the real thine oru ever to l.e held ,„ : „ ,.,.„„,. rrin a8 & %  uS, b e ? ""' %  •ok-liekingi, „:, ,HI,I irJ' ""?". "' %  %  ,: *t ."••" % %  '.."..• tor an, oeeasion. (.iribbean National IndeiKi. : V Associalion holds their annual ... ,. l.'lc. i.„. fele begins at 2 pi. '".'.'"'.V .* and will lliilsh after rnldntahli Much intere.-l hjH baan erantod ar ear. ni uu, novel spnris, esiHxi.iii. 'liijirT Warren And h tne Barbados Ai Mr. HsaeeO rott two chances, and he went on seh> lo score 57. Harris also had his St. share of luck and raised 48. 19. The highlight of the day's piny however, waa some fierce hitting by Frank Phillips at number 11. He acored 29 In 15 minutes, and m the process, he pulled C. B. Williams for a four and two conK-ith Walcott also Ihowed flashes of his past and icored rapidly. When he was 23 runs, he had hit five fours. His brother Clyde, making hib fir*; appearance on the Held since rn from England did not Hill who made 22. Johnson and J Farmer 13 runs. ^ had to call them Off. Top Score rome off well, but his Innlnns of Thl Ll IB showed lhat he had lost none will eonsurl of his batting form He WSJ bowlcompetition ed by George Edchdl with a good tournaments ball which bowled lum while he mat Table Tennis DIANE AND ROSALIND ROWE former world table tennis ch.impions have .ilic.i.n commenced th ir training schedule ii to raoln thtlr titleat raUcnanari dneead hsdy, included 11 —let Harch They have given up many fuian, 0 f amti-entent will -jobs as short-hand typists be a few bouts of -llck-Uckin -.ntrate on their play. One thing of Interest In the."-' : . I Warren and Mr 1. \t. IIIIHll lopscored with a II tHb in the aliUtUl sports, but they will not be run in the usual olllcial m previous heats and then llnals, but .,,.e,. s "l\ d c ""'" "" %  have Practice Shoo) ot ihc"s,'n:,i"fBen % %  "• %  • < ion reputaUon on the Bine club yarterday. The eondif ?J* * " kcu '" compete. Utnt were good. The next pracAt the fete there will .,!., ... tic hoot w'U be held on a display of Cam a bid There will be a prize for the best *"""' ""' were the eight best %  from now on Louts will be that • if dally practice and will be men from St \ In most of the parish that |. popular for Ihu plus ekhlbll |H„. 1 We are proud to announce our appointment aa aole Agents In Barbados lor CLYDE TUBK FORGINGS LTD.. manulacturara ol Welding Fittings, "Ctf" Welding Fixtures have completely changed the clumsy, unsightly methods usually connected with piping systems. A versatility of design, that makes It possible lo meet any shape and dimensional rouuirement. eliminates heavy and bulky Mange sec ions, allowing ll* designer complete freedom dosigning a system conforming to structural characteristics. 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l'At.l 1 K.MI WW ABVOCATI •iUNftAV. OCTOfl %  "'BARbADOSi!l AD\fiCATE •..->.._-* —i r 1rl-lf 4 k! lb* AslTmte Oft, u i SMftday. Ocl.HWr 12, 1*52 Such a policy cannot be called typical of Th* Dutch, French, and An > provided satisfactory %  OIUUOM fbean relationship in the area. Great Britain instead lias been following a policy which, had it received the support of West Indian governments would have led to the creation of a New Dominion in the British Caribbean after the pattern ol the new Ceylon. This policy would have been successful Jong ago and the British Caribbean Dominion would already have been in existence had these territories been populated by a homogeneous people educated to the level of say the electorate of the United Kingdom. Instead not only are the so-called West Indian territories populated by several closely-knit nationalities with unswerving loyalties to their countries of origin but education has proceeded no further throughout the area than in the creation of "clerkly"* classes and a relatively small number of aggressive intellectuals more anxious for power than educated for responsibilities. From this generalisation Barbados must be excluded because it never has resembled any other British Atlantic possession in its constitutional development except the non-Caribbean British Colonies ol Bermuda and the Bahamas. The obvious destiny for Barbados w.i the destiny which would have made it (as happened to its neighbours Gaudeloupe and Martinique in their relationship.with France) a province of the United Kingdom. Had that policy been followed the island would have been spared the un pleasantness of the last few years in whicl 1 politicians seeking power have not hesitated to use pigmentation as a weapon in their armoury of words. H would also have been spared the duplication and sometimes triplication of spheres of influence which result from a constitutional relationship in which the Governor can only achieve a policy suggested by the Secretary of State for the Colonies bj our of the Leader of the House of Assembly. If Barbados was a province of the United Kingdom there would be no tensi-'iis between imported and local officials since neither o< them would be concerned with their status in Barbados but would enjoy equal status as fellow citizens of the same Kingdom. British policy in the British Caribbean to-day must result in the creation of an anti-British feeling because West Indian nationalism can only \x if the inhabitants are prepared to sink their differences and put off the British "yoke". SKVKNTY-KU.HT years have passed since the Legislature of Barbados ceased to deliberate in the Town Hall and began to use the present Public Buildings. The internal combustion engine was not perfected until two years later, and the Fountain Gardens which had been completed nine years earlier was a miniature tropical forest. On the other side of the Public Buildings a square with palmetto trees protected the legislators from the noises of the latter half of the nineteenth century. %  Today the Governor of Barbados no longer has an office in the Public Buildings and the affairs of the Legislature are conJ ducted against the distractions of a petrol age and its consequent noise and stuffiness. The need of a new site for the Legislature has been recognised in recent years and Queen's Park House has on more than one occasion been suggested as especially suitable because of its location and because of the relatively small expenditure which would be necessary to convert it into legislative buildings. The use of Queen s Park House as a legislative centre would more than anything else strengthen the hands of those citizens who have been striving to restore the Park to the condition of beauty which was its natural condition until it was converted into a site for fairs, exhibitions and other festivities. The maintenance of the grounds, gardens and ornaments of Queen's Park would then become a matter of personal pride for members of the legislature and not left as it now is to the Vestry of St. Michael which is unlikely to take preventive action that would not be supported by the central government. If the government put the preservation of beauty at the top of its list of priorities then the Vestries would be given incentive to do likewise. As it is the Vestry of St. Michael is to be congratulated on the high standards of maintenance which prevail in Queen's Park despite the purposes for which the Park is used today. Apart from the advantages which the P ark would receive from the use of Queen's Park House as the legislative seat, persons who make regular use of the Park •vould be encouraged to attend some of the meetings of the Legislature and would 10 consequence display greater interest In die speeches of their elected representatives than is now shown by the small number who attend at the Public Buildings When the Legislature has moved to Queen's Park the Legislative Council Chamber might be used by the Governor as an office or it could be offered to the Mayor of Bridgetown. Some of the rooms left vacant by the House of Assembly could be allotted to Heads of important Departments like Customs and Income Tax whose present offices are hardly suitable for performance of duties which are most vital to the government's existence. MACDA CAROK, American TV and screen actress, has fled this to* three reason*. llafore sne left by air aba said: •I don't tike the cooking, the h-iate is Jcilllny me; and as fof vour pipe-smoking Cngluhntan, with fits smooth way* and quiet. potUr manners, he Is Ihe biaprst irolf in the world, J know from personal experirru-e. Although we may never know details of her experience, it la possible to make u. rough guess. Perhaps the met the type of youngEnglishman we all know-plnk-eheeked. wide-eyed, whisk An American comes to Srslain. What happens b lold by — nr. •-iiiiiiNs %  O on—unless It becomes a hot war But if Stalin Is still alive and the serum works, we are faced with a prospect far more terrible than any war, cold or hot. Other world figures will get crad, apparently dumb, looking as h ,d ' th serum. Politicians ol Jsjte: I iUa anew rul thrUgs are saylag. Horatta. Errol O K OK 0.K They're fetim me to quit I (mess. Jane: Train* yon u *H. Ilor Mm. Am I % %  * to —llj a %  •sitter? aTrrol You ami marry** nobody, %  / you only I Now pipe down while f %  imw'ifea things out. iJane-, moves closer to Errol.) Jane: llarnllo I got an take* Errol: Yrah -1 Jane If ia put r,pur aid tW* eye to the IHI scope ran wMlwn't nnocent as j grownup choir boy. and biawtav ctouaa W anaafcr frasn a pipe that saaelU like bast drains. Believing him to be as harmless as a plate of cold chicken and ham, she accepts an Invitation to walk round ye olde Englyshe eons' The east wind blows "She is cold, soaked to the skin, and hungry. The young Englishman Is nlso soaked to the skin but, appears to suffer no inconvenience -except thai he snakes ass pipe upside down to keep the rain ant. ill countries will live to the age of 150 and go on making the same speeches ""J %  UU w ? rk n the oW a about Chinese children eating infected Insects with chopsticks. In 80 years time Dr. Mossadeg may have shed enough tears to float an aircraft carrier; ex-King Farouk's stomach may have grown They reach an olde worlde inn. ** ,nc dome ' st Pauls where he buys her a drink. He c *" iedr "' Even worse, comedians who are fenot very funny to-day will be Intolerable in the next century; columnists may go and,. nothing but "Cheers" "Bottoms up," Soon they are alone In the empty dining room, and down to l^f !" her -rinnnsMom v h to a otate of writin 8 !" bbu ""' • m d %  ,;^^p\nd a an^tSV-e v W •£ -* Ml M two Ol tepid mutton, watery] Yo H r only consolation Is potatoes, and cabbage. i F Before the cold coffee Is served, he Is smaklng his pipe again. Shiis already feeling sick, but he mercilessly blows the foul fumes Dr Bopomoletr, who inoenfed Hi.' long-life serum, died in 1946. The Nelson Touch Now that Alan Ladd, from Hollywood, is the hero of s film being her lace. /nade In Wales bout British par' alroopers, it can't oe long before Suddenly her hand* is held In a another American screen hero, grip of steel, her waist Is encircled Errol Flynn. takes the part of Nelby an Iron band. Without taking son, with Jane Russell as Lady Ihe pipe from his mouth, he Is Hamilton, hlsuering down her neck "I love As the you. Of course, no harm has been dQM i xcept that she has caught the flu. the bones of her hand are crushed, and his pipe has set her late to ch. luur on Are. Bores Without End . The news thai Stalin Is likely lo live io the age of 1M>. after a series of soda baths and Injections serum discovered by Dr Alexander Bogomoleii. may mean ihai the cold war will go on for at cast another 80 years. On the other hand, it may mean ihat Stalin is dead, and that the smart Alecks of the Kremlin have thought It best to immortalise him through a series of doubles with identical Ingrowing moustaches until the year 2032 cither case, the cold war will aster minds of Hollywood have taken tbelr cue from that great thinker and philosopher Henry Ford, who said "Hisory is bunk." nobody will hesige the story so that Jane Russell is orfthe bridge with Errol Flynn during the famous "blind eye" incident. Jane: Oh. Horatio what are thaae cute little flags over there* Errol. looking Through hut i.Uicov Just a lotta cute little flags honey. Jasse: Yeah: but what are they far, HorMlo* Errol. Theyre' signalling* nimp'n i guess. Jane: But sirnalllng what. Horatio? Errol: Anquit u'ooryin' a guy in Ihe middle o] a baffle, unit ya? Errol: Any dope knou-s that Tell me some mor*. sarfy. Jawr: If you coulaW* as* th signals. Horatio, > %  mauldn l ae %  laobeylni order*. Ssd you wouldn't be quitter. Errol You cerafJaUV y" nmp'n then', sugar Jane: You'd go rlgf* In and knock those Frags far n raw f aah eajut What's more, you'd beeaaske the greatest tailor In th> hasten of the Amortcan Navy. (Errol clasps her tightly to his bosom.) Errol: Gee, honey; you're swell. Jaae, break has; avray brrmihleaolr: Why yon old boor. you. la that wraU they call the halfNeloon? Fairy Story IN Vienna, fairy tales told over the telephone have become so popular with children that the number of lines allotted to the service has been Increased from 50 to 100. I am reminded of the mother re-reading an old fairy story to her little boy at bedtime. "You remember," she said, "that the Fairy Prince was walking through the Endhanted Forest when he came suddenly upon a sunlit glade?" "Yea," said the little boy. "And, there on a green bank. with her head resting on a pillow of moss, the most beautiful prinress In all the world was sleeping. What happened then?" "They lived happily ever after," said the little boy. A Little Woman's Busy Da> ACCORDING to a newspaper. Mrs. Mary Harrison, aged 102. "gets 1 up at six o'clock, make* patchwork quilts, constructs Unv sets of doU's-house furniture, sews incessantly, and writes poclry in her spare time." And (here are some pale preen boys in Bloomsbury who not only can't u-rife poetry, but can't n%ake patchwork quiffs either. Too Many Voices If th*r II one jUtement which __ ,, __ from the Weil Indio during the con be mde with no fer of con. Ify laeorge HDIIC urn •! month, of 1)52 show a tr.dtction in the Brtttth Crlb,. decline to J2l.9Bl.000 from 30.Wan today It U that the Dollticltl ,neu '"" m proper manner. oga.ooo duHnj the same period leader, of lh. area cannot eauily jfc auOMMW.ll %  •emt, WM |.,t year. ThU. he w, i partly a K ree on a common policy to b. Jg P'^"^ 1 •*£*• !" "J l ".' £? due to higher Canadian tugar lollowrd. Thl. of count la nothing f" J % %  %  %  ,rade I"".' purchaK. In dollar counln... taxpayer! muat no t„bly Cuba, bul In no way rerealer progrw. to Wen Indian "• JH*H" """" U reaUy 0 ecu any Icsenlng of Canada', unity cannot be giving theK db> wanh "^ whu "> *J th. x„,,„,,, to encourage We.1 Indian gre.rn.nu th. atWnUon they der"*^,"' 'i" 1 %  J "." ". l !" m c "V"-,„ ... .' rv travelling > far and achieving ao Whether the Wt Indie, can An' ntu.tratlnn of how far Weal "***•• afford to view the liu le.wt ot ,no£,i" !" e rom".JSkinV w~ s & !" !" %  •• ?• . E. Canadian purchase, of dollar Mb one voice I. provided by tS ..in,Shepherd ld a .ervic to the with e^uanlmlly Is a quefllon %  nut| up which Mr. Bu.Umanle W "' ,"*" Jj. P 0 """* SmS wluc 5 "" c mme ,or doe Dot cv.T u, a newsoaner rmorter at wha WM claimed that the West introduce. e end of Ik. mot tX which lndi woukl "• ,ble to •"* c " ada '• ' l u, u ,0 OT tola 11 LoS", with FMKS """ one volce %  **"••. •** %  Pln her nose into affairs which t anada-Wiit Indian "nadir "*' overnnKnt. II was not clear .trictly concern Ihe West Indies Trinidad and some of the small ,0 "j"" f nd ,bou wh %  * •"* %  • Vm 'f K D do n u. ^. would speak. With regard lo the taking off The answer, il would seem, does of the Lady Nelson and the Lady but those who profess to sea and West Indian be asking wheth. Islands, said Mr. Bustamante, were nol asking for more dollars. "My H-**^..****-" *t.J**M ih'e fSerargovernmenLTt".!" he a"t that both are due II inoi" islandV bm only o7^nJ SfJSST *XL*2 m iS!£ 5tS? !5!SSS '. 0, D S'0 i "I^l who are out for themselves and always willing to speak to oration for which would cost more ;ire looking for top jobs." anybody aboui everything but are than their worth. Both vessels not th*. kinH f' uclanl lo do • w h one voice, have been running at a losa and ai >d There must be always two 01 less than rapacity, and the Comof talk which leads the outsid world to regard the West InrUes ill be Cricket Or Culture? IF there was a referendum lo decide .vhtch was the moat important to Barbal.is. cricket or culture: the majority would answer cricket. If cricket is respected locally because it inculcates love of fairpluy, of playing the game and above all because it teaches the team spirit there is no doubt that popular opinion would be right But has anyone conducted a research to discover whether cricket is played locally for such worthy reasons? Although it must be admitted that at present .evela of education cricket is likely to build better citizens more quickly than culture, ultimately culture remains ihe goal to which even cricketers must aspire. Once this principle is admitted the behaviour of a group of boys outside the Barbados Museum on Thursday morning can hardly be condoned by cricketers, turfites or devotees of culture. It is not playing the game, metaphorically speaking, to play "cricket" under the evergreen tree at the entrance to the museum. The sound of bat hitting ball is enough to perturb any student of West Indian history: but when the game is conducted with running commentaries by several participants all speaking at full blast, culture will be literally shouted down One would have hoped that the side of the Garrison nearest to St. Ann's Barracks would have been a better playground for these carefree boys whose love ol the game ought certainly to be encouraged, though channelled into more civilised practices. three screamin,: to be beard. pany has announced they ,0 J^£&E?1T2 "ZZ&X MW£ ""Ac Canadian view, he claims. lialtarTin SsVwSlL tererting to note some of the is that the ships have been withBut ip 1. th. klnH of talk lo toou n ta which occured to Canadrawn for sound reasons, in terms which the West Indies have arown dUuu dur lng the "appMranc. of of their capacity to mm and their ^o^JZVrJTj^f^^'^ Indl " <"*eg*ion lh physical condiUon. and that trade began to talk s^swaasaap London." with tho Islands Is adequately The visit of ihe wrt tnriian n newspaper commentator served by the new cargo vwMls. deuTgatlont,, Lonoon W £= 52 "l W ,OQk is "" """ "" '""" We lno '" %  ""* P !" bUm Canada M Sal* tVTTZ cUlm m d '" ,he Tim "' Lon he concludes, -is not one of shlp %  ~" The rm*LV wJT^riil. %Laafa S order '" 'on^cl an advers. Uado conclusion seems Just and oc'y U mlu Mr "SSJSS !Si """""* M8.000.000. -Nothing." when the West Indie, speak with „.„r !" ", !" ^*I Mnt y W this commenUtor, -could be one voice In the interests of IPOV%  I __„, *3fiP5t.. .a .. '""her from the true intoiUonj ol Ing artlllclal rMtricUons on Irade .-*—M "J "V %  < lh. C^udUn gov.nmnt !n a are they likely to achieve .„, wealth PrtSS iSLSJ! 'r !" !"" 0 ?" lMd br ""rlctlve trade barriers. The failure of the Ca:iada-We.t *agg.J?y !" 'i' !!*-!*1 *' Cd. ha, coouaently supported Indie, trade talk was due to then •BaatrS.. -'*""' Th S •" Principle of reciprocal reInability lo agree among themKJ^SWPSMS BE ,uic '" "& %  %  • Tzr£~<£zxr'ir£ Sa.tt?ll-afiffiS i 0 """" %  !" ~ !" d "• "ome^c ToveriTo"^ belwee",, drilded Netlhir tfi"ffjLS!? ?•.""* %  w h "^ ninnlng of a lr.d. ihe United Kingdom and those „ „,Ki I J, 1 Sr' "J"'" wl,n w Particular are. who went lo London as represen,mllm,-.l Mr £52ZL?£! ,hon U,,t lr do b "rter. be reUtlvea of the West Indie, This (ontinued Mr. Bustamante knows moved lime the Wei %  %  enough „, the W Indies to put Hrnotes lh., Canadian Import. -*?,,**' Thi. 11 n; > Our Readers Say; principle has tauefd trouble in the post: administrative conveniFhcal Smrt+y m oney paid out to them ll lost JTln5Kifi SUST* ^^ To ihe rdllor. the Adeocoi.-. to the Company. All this Is quite rt '* r i"" ,lln i( '* ">SIR.—May I refer to the pro. different from the Government's Looked at simply 'rom a practlposal in the Survey relatini to position. Oovcrnmant does not ml point of view, there seem to the Taxation EqualtsaUon Fund pay away dividends, it obtains the be difficulties. Whatever the wishput forward aa if obvious and money it wants by enforced cone-, and Intuitions of the architects unquestionable benefit, needing trtbutlons from the community of the Fund and however they no support. While It might be by way of taxes and duties. Hence may fence It round with words, it convenient for Administration to it Is very much affected by the muat always lie at the mercy ol be able to ismore fluctuaUons in community's measure of prospertho lasiissature from time to time, the community's income. It would ">'. for this determines the amount Human failings being what they seem wise not to accept the'pro'hat can be collected. It is the are, experience shows that the posal blindly, for it would add an surplus taxable capacity of the very existence of an aonumulati.., ppreclaMe sum to be taken by community that ii the Governof money is both a Haajl ilinn to axalion each year, the total bement's reserve To lake away extravjfance and .m Tn.iicn"ng withdrawn from circulation, and lock up in the Treasury, useto raid it. Even If M jwrviveand there might be difficultivlo leaf and Inert, money that should these dangers, and is (Are inta-•. operation that are not mentioned, be put to work and fructify, when revenue shrinks, there wil' The Survey riantly does not base would weaken the community, b* conflict between thon who lav the proposal on any analogy with whose strength It should be the 'Now Is the time to use the Fund," prudent commercial practice, but •'">. H Is the interest of Govand those who advise "Hold %  oid any misapprehension on ernments to foster. To do this your hands as yet, there is u this score. It seems worthwhile now when commerce needs so worse time coming." What would to point out fundamental differmuch more money for the sam be needed would be a prophet, cures. A company needing money volume of business would be whose forecasts both of local conis limited to its own Tsaourcai, it very harmful. dltlons and of world affairs could cannot, at will, call on Its shareAlso, it would seem well to be relied on. Without such a one holders for contributions. Conkeep (n mind the principle that 1* would ccm wiser to watch our lequently prudent directors whose taxation should fall on those immediate steps and, eliminating duty be it noted, Is to the Comserved by the expenditure. This extravagance and waste, seek t< pany and not to the shareholders principle applies both to differbring Government cxpcndiUm as individuals are accustomed to encos of place and of time. Just within n limit that could be can-id keep back, from time to time, is ii..rbados is not now taxed for without distress in a lean year pati of the profits that might thneeds i-r st Vinront or Damand In a good year would leave otherwise bo distributed In divlinica. *••. individual.-* who now both the means and the lndi.eedends. and to hold this in reserve comprise the taxabla WOIILIUUIUIV roaot (Or new ventures. So far. for future needs. As shareholders here should not be required to the warning in the Survey agiinst cannot be tapped, their prospershoulder the burdens of those further unproductive spending has ity or poverty has little bearing who may be taxpayers in the unfallen cm deaf ears. on the Company's finances, while certain future. Disregard of this C. E. SHBPHXRD. 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SUNDAY. (M'TOKl.K II IM| SL'XDAY AKVOCATE PAC.I I VENEZUELAN REBELLICM CRUSHED UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON H KMJA^ .nd WEDNESDAY Hi] ud Ml OrtgbBJ .-.'. %  wg will hoia a Pawnbroker's Salr at our Room*. 17 High Strtft' wh< ti Ihe following Item, Ml in pledfc with HOLDER BHOS of BWJStrcet. and are overdue will be sold. 37033 Gold Signet Ring 170M Oeni %  R.n.W. Watch IAROITS IN AN ATTtMPTfO rebtllion were tfaaae members t the military Junta that rulet Venezuela. Pictured in Caracas, they are (I. to r ) Col. Luis Felipe Llovera Paac. Minister of Interior; President Garmaa Suarez Plamertch and CoL Mareui Perea Jlmlnez, Minister of Defvnae. They have been in control since November, 1948. In fighting that accompanied the attempted coup, five persons were killed and 10 !. Tlit Government rmnounosd that tfea uprising was crushed. %  :o*i I7| M .17111 J7131 7IJ8 3718 37248 17284 17295 J7301 17)03 ;7306 '7317 MM L*die.' 11 Ci W Watch QU Hint Gold Necklet Gold SU oe Ring Cont' R.G.W. 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Gold Ring Mttfl Cold Signet Ring 3831(1 Gold Signet Ring 3B34I Gold Ring : 33354 Gent's R.G. Pocket Wutch and Chain 38550 Gold Ring 138614 Gold Ring 38621 Gold Ring 138689 Gold Ring United Kingdom rationing and Sept. 1950 differences in price between home produced and imported meat, the British Government does not tea the prospect of an Barl) ni.mi, "But both Governments hope It will be brought about. —U.P. CHURCH SERVICES Sehn. t nnd Ml III. .1(1-1 Mills BTBFI.T I Rev G Manh.il. | 1 > %  Proven** B*%', T J f ISpormi r>aim TnwM* B A %  D.. p m Mr D. WHITE HALL—• >> am Ml PWNlna. T p m Mr M Bla.it OILL MEMOR1AU-S JO t B. l^wronce. T p.m. Mr J Ijiyne MOLgTOWW—S SO a m Mr* I 7pm Bay O Mar.hall iH' HANK HALL• 30 %  m Mi McCall.l.i ; p .II Bav F 1-P.TSI-noilTSTOWN Marvlli* ^HKEWSIIURV' I Croat*. Sorramonl ol Lord • Supurr J p m Mr Wm Hall aiCBB—V am Bav. S. W. C Croaaa, 7 i. i Mr C. Porda All Sunday School, at 1 p m i-.' i .i i i i 11 i i i i HFTIIEL11 a m Riv T P m Ro* G Marshall OAI-KE1TM-II am Mr tl 7 P m Hvv T J Purlay BELMONT a in Bov T J : II m Mr L Mayora SOUTH OISTHICT Sam Mr L Wallho. T p m Mr SI Mill PROVIDXNCE -II m B. F VHtSB. llolv Communion 1pm M' • fSBdl VUKB*LL- j m By r — Han ton. i p in Mr c. MORAVIAN ROEBUCK BTBgaTr 11 a m it • am r C Nail am IKunr H-nirr 1 p n> ivul H'l M II J'rMlvjurui. Mil %  Harsa I. K-TFIN 10 .. ll. |„ 11 a m Dtvii Rrv II ID iharif CX>X HII.1,-11 %  Banool 7 Ilr-. E W Wrak. rrrrs VIU^CEStnooJ. llam Oivina Sarvlco. lam Divina BrrvKa Rav C A Nwraa, Mmiaiar in charge. THE ST NICHOLAS EPISCOPAL ORTHODOX WKLt-HRi HOAI> il M %  '. % %  tfimon. T p m Evnaon and Sannor. Praarhr' lor bolli MnHM, r.a Ba* D tir onaa C Barrow. Mlnttlrr In tharga T 3D p m TUMday Evatilr* Pr.i>ar and Adan IBS rtral THE ST JAMES NATIONAL BAPTIST II m m Matlni and Samion. 1pm rvmimi and lormnn. Prrarlwr Sot Wn Srrvkfi. lha Rov J B Orant. L Th Mlnlaur in cruirr* B pm Monday. Wedi>rMl*> Fild.y. Iiainlna lw YouOti. IM* will ba roiiduttrd tiy in. Hai L Ai*|..nt i\, A.H.E. CHl'KC II ClKJ,YMOItI IK" K II an . (..-iiion KModu* XI 3 M p.m Sun..iv sk-nooi i \i i m rMarikiUi B.. t: A tiilkaHarrl%  ra .i I THE SALVATION AKMV P rxiRKKrl II m Mod M-i luM m *• <'"*i" Maatlng !• Salvation UMim Malor Mr. W Morn.. Dly..lon*l Command*. SKA V.EW II a in Hollnra. M.ibtg 3pm Cnmp.inv Mntii^K 1pm S.iKatlOn MratlnR Sr Captain V C.mpball IlKIEKiETOWN ILNTItAl 11 • m llollnm Mralinaj 3pm Coanpon.v Mrotrrw T p m BaUatlon Mettlns .' jlpappa'. Inllowod bi Captain W Bllhop v( M.I.IWiTuN STHFEr SlHMru^ Naallrai %  Ta*ada>. Ortabat 1*1 ..I Aif HILL—II am Morning SaPrvachor Mr L llol> Conwnun: II. i.nri Ml I *v.... ,,,,. Mtn.( 1pm Company I FULNrCK Mam Mornini Sarvlcr. JB 1pm Salvation M. 1pm gvonlns S*rviea. Praachrr Mi Major T Qlbba W -( Hill slTUiHTSTUWN II am HOINMB' M(i>rmOMITRV 7 u • Evening MealNia 1pm Company MaoUftl Rrrvm, Pirathai Mi A llnll.pi j p m SalvalWn M.rli.n Sr CaraUln Braaatntfaapffaw. "5)&S3t,. It—-tin -ii.ic mi i I r#Khal Mr W EGOIJBAPTIST f HI RCII Tdtxm srerrT K yaa. wae \ .Lmaa %  > *vrry *S. 9 IB S> am Km A %  pas* 1 sall-lli' Servtr* li %  — — and naart-warming mm* [ •• p m B.iplt Va..ng( Proida* Ml' Kilt HA. i II VHrllnR 1 p Rl C*> D ropsrn II a > I*M Ma-tlM I p m Company lalv*llo<' Martin*. Lieutenant UMN fa 1... (BBSattAV POBKW I Pfc.l rSarrk al I br.-l l BrUfiiaoa I ppr Bar Blraal propla Wtnd. T 3P P m r-r-r— „^d Praja, Mart i.g Mr Rd will bn i Tuoarlat and TtiurKJ." %  Ernon nl KM F. m rl,TO"Ul n-pt.-l „ .Iv.WMMJ "f IfW 1 ot All" • larrlns CMkwn To*-r-"d conv-rwd %  HSL Tna • rtl-f B as PJJ l-l \l >\ II BTAM1 M (111 RCH OI faOD B1VZB POAO.I* T %  Sunday ftcnool. ii > m : '< %  •" Dtvtno SUNDAY. OCTOfMK 17, IM *l.|i r | al !.• %  "- AH niSEASE AND HEATH HEAL" WMX 101 ] S" %  ferutttra who diaaaaoi: arm radpomoin tr PPM pMSsa Tb* .aMa-l-l tllall-iH aia lor'agad IB %  ka L^Mhli' Tbftlbl' Him. .1 M..l.k -II. K>> I. tb* '.HFirn ". Salr Baa'f Iddr Odd. la rarnrr lor an .nitant doprlvod of in* llgTit and in charat ' muiilgann and Ufa BANK HALL— IS %  %  Bundav Scha-1. Papa S 33413 Gold Ring ,33415 Gold King 133421 Gold Ring %  3342K Goldstonr King 33433 Gold Slune Ring l 2 G. Links; 2 G Earrings. 33478 Gold Ring 33524 Camera 33S46 Gold Ntcklace 33351 Gold Ring J3587 Gold Ring JJ.iW. Gold King '33813 G Ncrklarr& IVud.nil uen G sign-i it n K 3358 O. Necklaco & Pend.int 3368(1 Ladies' C.W. Walch 336B4 Gold Bracelet; G. Ring I 2 Gold Earrings \ 33085 4 Gold Studs: 2 G. Linksf Gold Ring; G. Brooch \ 33686 Gold Necklace & Pendanl 33690 Gem Ring; Gold Earrings 38694 Gold Stone King 33703 Gold Necklace & pendant 33718 2 Gold Rings 33722 Gents' C.W. Watch ( Gold Ring 33741 Gold Rin K 33748 Gents' C.W. Walch '33755 Ladic:' R.G.W. Watci. 133760 LiKlics' R.G.W. Walch 38795 Gold Ring 38803 I-idirs' Silver Bracelet 1 Gold Ring I '388117 Gold Signet Ring 38827 Gold Ring 38846 Gold Ring 38855 Gold loan Bracelet 38862 Gold Brooch %  1*1*33 G. King; G Signet Ring '.H968 Odd Ring 18970 Gold Ring 38981 Gold Ring 38988 Gold Ring .18990 2 O. Coin Earring, i 3 Tie P„ ls "Mil Gem'lie; w. Watch .llWIfl G Ntcklace & Pendanl i Gold Brooch j 39033 Gold Ring 39044 Gold Nrxklct 39063 Gold Bangle 39064 Gold Ring 39066 2 Gold Rirgi 39070 Gold Ring 39071 Machine•9096 Radio rflfll OoM Ring 33779 Gold Riog (3M9 Ladles'R.C. W Watch 33388 Ladies' B.G W Wat. I. 13928 Gold Tie Slide 13934 Gold Signet Him', 13962 Gold Rin*. 33969 Gold Ring 13993 Gold Stone Ring 14014 2 Gok. Briceleis 14015 Gold Ring M076 Gold Necklace 14107 Gold Ring J4120 Gent's R.G. W Watch 14128 Gold Signet Ring 39130 Gem Ring 39131 Gold Necklace IfUTi Ladies'R.G. W. Watch 39177 Ladies C. W. Watch 19225 Gent's R.G. W Watch 19226 Gold Ring •9242 Gold Ring !9252 Gold Ring 39485 Gold Signet Ring H Ring af27 Ladle* 1 R G. W Watch 39329 Gold Ring 39347 Gold Bangle; 2 G Ear ring* 19360 Gold Ring 19384 Gold Ring I93pe Gold Ring 14162 O-ld Ring 34179 Gold Sirklace .nd P*o> dam 34222 Gold Ring 14155 Gold SignKing.' 14280 Gold Ring 34330 Gvii; 34337 LadMas' C W Wa'ch 3434J Gold Ping 34347 Gold Signet Rlnc S4427. Gent's C W Watch M479 Gold Necklet 19412 Gold Necklet 19444 Gold Ring 19492 Ladios' c W Watch 39305 Gold Ring J9509 Gold Necklace 39312 Oold Ring 39517 Gold N-kla<> md Prndant 39534 Gold Km 39376 Cold Ring Dec. 1939. 34509 14531 I4..:t4 34535 31558 34874 14615 34646 14671 14692 14727 34739 JB708 39743 W76j 3H834 P9B4S 3-.SMI 198 4 398 7 !> 347.tR 347(>2 317 7. 1 34793 Mlln I 34840 34870 34H88 14925 34951 14984 34992 33005 35042 33115 35138 39939 39973 40021 40048 40076 40078 10088 40118 40169 M)1M Cainarg Gold Ring Gold NecKl., %  CMnfa C W hrh Gold ning Gold Ring Gold Necklace Gold King Gold Iden Ring Gold Rin,; Gold Ring Gem's R G W Walch Gold Ring Gent'. R G W Watrl Gold Ring Gr.imophone Gent> R.G W Watch Q iid i; n %  Gold RlnGold 'den King 2 Gold Earring* 2 Gold Bangle* Gold Ring Oold Ring Gold Necklet G. Nugget Necklara L pendant Guitar G. Necklace and pend* i Gold Signet R|n ( ; Gold Bangle Gold Ring Gold Necklet. Gold Bangle E I\N.S. llutter I>i*h. • rafjapoop i Gold Ring Gold Ring s G Bangle: G Iden Ring Ladles' C W Watch Gold Ring Gold Ring Gold 1 den Ring Gold Signel Ring Gold Rlnit Gold Rlni Gold Ring Gold Necklace. 2 Silver Bangles Gold Signet Ring 3 Gold Ri.igs ran i95i coutd iooti Goi.l Ring M972 Gold Siftix itiltia Gent, c W Watdi. 36120 Gold Slgmt Rmg Gem King 1614U Gold Necklet 36162 Gold Stone Ring M&a Quid King .K194 Gold Stone Ring 39181 Gold Ring :i6337 Gent? t_. W M it3623.1 Gold Ring 39271 Gold Ring '9291 Gold Wnt.l. I .1563 Gold Ring 11569 2 S |IBII!I. I573 Oent's R. G W Su,| Wat,n 1601 Gold Tic Slide 41919 earnerGold Ring 41658 Gold Signet R.ng 41667 Gold Ring 41681 Gold Ring 41684 Gold Ring V.tes Gold Iden Ring 11709 Gold Ring 41714 1 Gold Earrings 41746 Gold Signet Ring 41731 Gold Idrn Rinn 11836 Gold Ring 41*53 2 Gold Rings 36313 Gold Ring '6356 Gold Iden: Ring :i357 Oent's O. P. Watch I 36380 Gold Bangle 39381 Gold :;ing 36402 Gold Ring 36411 Gold Stono Ring 16441 G. Necklet a Cross 36314 Gold Signet Ring 36315 Gold Signet Ring 36839 G. Necklace Ac pendanl 39631 Gold Men Ring 36552 Gold Ring 36580 G. Necklet A Croat 36tKifi Electric Toaster 41890 OoM Ring 41191 CoM Siimrt Ring 41965 Gold Iden Ring 41976 OoM Stnne Ring 11983 OoM Necklet & pendant 41983 Oold Ring 42039 Oold Si line t Ring 42074 Gold Ring 42087 Cold Ring -12089 Gold Ring 42102 G Necklet A pendant 4(132 Ijtdie*' R, G W Wstch 42145 Gold Ring 42146 Gold Rlnr September. 13*1 (Onii. ft .1 39836 3*85.. 38868 3685* MM) 38891 36932 38975 HMi 4294! tsd i 42674 424)98 42708 42719 42731 42754 42787 42175 ,2792 42797 42819 4285li 4285H 42867 4287H 42881 42886 47887 4ZIW2 42897 •12902 42917 42921 12991 42939 42944 43988 42951 .12956 %  .7995 1399)8 193)1 -i 42D 82 J51I83 Pebrurg. 1951. 3S17B 35223 .15221 33291 332.69 33301 35306 13333 13336 3538(i 35402 3540H 40272 40273 40334 4031S 40152 40377 40457 G Necklace and pendne' Gold RinK Ladles' R G. W. Watch Ladies' R G W Watch Gold Rin,: Gam's C W. Watch Gold Ring Cricket Bat Gent's R O. Pocket Wstch and Chain G Necklace and pendam Gold Signet Ring Gold Necklet Gold King 2 Gold Bangle* Gold IIITI Ring Gold King G. Necklace. G, Nog. Bracelet Ladles' C. W W u), Gent's ROW WaUh Aug. 1991 36013 Oold Ring 39848 G Necklace At pendant GoM Signet Rin* *r(fl9i! G,, | r W Wntch 1671d Gold Signet Ring 36728 Gold MenRing 38731 Gold Watch Chain 38751 Gold Ring 42171 Gold Man. Ring 42178 Gold Bangle 12231 Oold Ring 42237 O, Necklet A pendant 41273 2 G Baby Bangle* 42278 O. Ring; O. Brooch 12289 GoM Ring 4732K Oold Ring %  42343 0ld Broooh 42349 Oold Ring 42199 Oold Men Ring 42420 OoM Signet Ring 42432 Oold Ring 42474 G Brooch: G Ring 42477 Gold Ring 42328 GoM Ring 42331 Gold Ring 42548 O Necklet A Cross 42863 Gent's C. W. Watch 42880 Gold Ring 42614 3 Gold Ring* HRPTEMBER, 1951 3679G Gold Signet Ring 30797 G. Necklet A pendant 39831 Gold Ring Gold Nivkkl Utdws' K. G W 1 Gold B 2 Gold 11 Gent's C. W \\ G, Necklet, G. Ur-v.U'. 3 O. Earring*. 2 G. Rmo Ladies' R. a. W. Watch Sel E .P.N.S. Cake PtM 6 CPil 3. T. i Gold Stone Ring Gold Ring Gold Signet King Ladie* R G W Vat, Gent's R G W R. G. Necklet and l G Signet King '..Hia Gold R'ng. Camera Chimin* Clock Camera. Gold Ring. Gold Necklet and Pend Gold Necklet and Prndaf Gold Bangle. Gent's R. G. W. Watch. G. Necklace and Cruci' Oold Bangle. 2 Gold Earrings. •'• T spoons Gent's C. W. Watch Gold Iden Ring Camera Gold Stone King Gold Ring S old Signel Ring old Necklet Oold Ring. Gold Ring Gold Ring Gold Ring Gold Ring. Gold Signet Ring Oold Bracelet Oold Signet Ring M.m'< Gold Watch Chain Gent's C. W. Watch S old Bracelet nld R'ng I'hr Irulli in Your Horoscope MaU CONTRACT BICYCLES. ETC 41903 ...'I 44750 43106 <48a< 45078 45227 43367 14765 INK Mint'.' C6074 V6080 46J44 44270 48432 52841 5S01I 53508 47343 53566 5380^ 47482 53780 44873 48255 45483 45641 45851 44184 44117 13039 53078 53183 M.7747—July M.7144 S.-P1. S 9254—Ocl 2124—CK-I M.IMI—Ocl 3. 1951. 11, 1951 8, 1951 10, 1931 19. 1951 M 1970—Ocl. 31, 1931. 1911. 13, 1951 4. 1951 7. 1932. 17, 1982 U. 988—Nov. M 7621—Nov M 7133—Occ M 8854-J.i. M 2386—Jan M 1980—Jan. 28. 1152. M 9293—Jan. 30, 1932. M 5811-r.b I. 1952 M.9S87— Fcl> 13. 1932 M 4534— Fcb 27 1932 M 2008 March 6, 1962 X 12*1— April 9. 1931 G 1630AIM II 26. 1932 M 10482-Junc 9 19S2 M.9266—June' 10, 1932. M 9738—Jlinr13. 1952 M 697(1 -June 17. 1952 X 2518—June 20. 1952 M 89M June 30. 1952 CaiiMfa with Tripod— l);I, 27. 1951. Camera— F>U 14, 1952. Sowing Machine—Dec 3, 1851. Sewing Machine—Dec. 19. 1951. Sewing Machine—Jan. 12. 1881 Sowing Machine— Feb ',, 1862 Eloclrlc Sowing Machine. —Fob . 1832. Singer Sewing Machine May 2. 1952. Electric Sewing Machine May 5. 1852. Sewing Machine—May 15, 1952 Radio—March 2S. 1932. CULTURED PEARLS IMITATION PEARLS li\ CBO OF LOfTDON TIIK l.l'STRK Cll Tlll-I PI Mll.S Is M MiMllCKM l,Altll> I.OVK raw TCI U Olll-MM-ll ONLY AT LOUIS L BAYLEY or urn KIN i i\i rhnnr 184W Mil Mil OUT SHOP PkatM us? Any .irllc!.. ran be redeemed before Ihe day it sale Sale 1210 ..Mock TERMS TASI1 HRANKEK. THOTMAN I CO Aucllooeora Marek. 1951. 35487 3^4ly 33500 3552. 35516 35583 35371 35656 35712 35715 35720 40482 40491 40545 40559 40573 40576 %  0585 0609 IO620 IC71I C0722 1*712 April. 33739 35754 IUM BMM 35841, 40*31 40846 10858 t09l.li 10:13. 10942 4*847 40*8* 41009 41044 41062 41061 41084 418*1 41111 35894 3589', 354I1K 35951 jiioi:' 411411 4116.', 412:16 41233 41130 41134 41348 412*1 411*4 41*88 41199 41400 41402 41408 41416 41442 41446 41456 41476 41507 41510 41516 41337 Gold Iden Ring liultl BIDI OoM Ring dieV R G W W Gold Nacklei G Slgrei Ring Oent'a R. G. W. Watih leadlas' R. O W. Watcli 2 Oold Rmg< Gold Signet Ring Cold Ring Oold Signet Ring Gold Signet Ring Oold Signet Rin? Oold Rmg Gold Necklet & Pendmi GOVERNMENT NOTICES GOVKRNMKNT 1M>1 STM-.I H< HOOI.S VMltOt "a*-. G I Mpgfial WDI lM h.-l.l ..n Wl %  SrS2. from 12 noon nnlil ii i>in. and an mvn.iii.ni | Of llag pupil-, inemliei of the KI-HCI.II publli >< i.ii Mi-Kkih. Aitielen ;t huri'lleriin. plants ud ;iinr.wilill I\ i< | TinSeli'Hd Bund uill render a programme of pglggtCg, Ball K 12 10 -? in in r \i; i MI M OF KD1TATION Vaeani-r 1st Ihe IViar.ii.ir> Teaching Igffffaai Applitahona are invihd from teachers (women, with at least lo vearV teat-lung axperienca f'>r the Headship of the St Ambrose Clrli' School. St. Michael The minimum proftasional qualification required Is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom Salary will be in accordance with the Ooveiimienl S. nh for Mi i Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools. Candidate*, who have already submitied application tag* leiipcit of previous vacancies (now filled; may apply by letter. %  *• i eompaniajd by a recent iistlmania). All other candidates should i make application on the appropriate form which may l* obtained from the Department of Education All application*, mun I*< r, %  laaut In envelopes marked "Appointment* Board'' in th.top i, fi hand comer and mum reach iha Department of Education by Saturday 18th October 1902. Candidate* are warned lhat canvaxalns mn lead lo their rtUquallflratlon. 12 10 52 in SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES THE HLKPHONE COMPANY LIMITED. taVCsJ J April, 130J. The Ctimpanv itmt.v public subscript ions ai par tor FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PIIEFERENCT: SHARKS of G 1 gcfa ol ma inu-ndtxl issue of £50.000 This Iggue I ; an outhoriged capJUj < i i.lOO,0(X> i hi. I PERCENT PREFFRKNt'E SHARES eawrying Bxtd cumulative prf*rnUgJ dividend at the rate) of flvr per cent, per annum on tle capital for the lime being paid up thereon, and I • di CaVplUI and dividend next after the 33,001) 'i par cent -hares bul in priority 'i -, " I < :n\ of wtl Pornu ol application foi hares and particulan of Ihe issue m;i> In luid '.u .ipj'! r it ion to Ihe Si-creiary. The the •liiiiecnth Octobi 152 and 110 u n on la* %  .ri, da) ol Od itx .1 iiu Board, T r. McKINSTKY. Secretary. 'a%-a*^'-V-*-*-,'.*,-.*,*,*,V,-.-*-,-/-/'^.V'*'V'-e>-' 1 LATEST FROM PART ONE ORDERS i r -.-. i \ MII i in > I OMV, ISIIIM. pnanoi III.IMI v T %  >i| •Mr. la Ott i A hi (' Biar < %  A M C Rra* n Oet M OPT! *IH *. liv la dl'HtpH,. of C r Coy will b*r Hflog FIMU* a ,t •...••> .N> i osn in % i •^"" *" il, .-iirr lor all Atlli* IH*k,, an TtlunaUv ia ( ""Ml I %  All mtui.ii,,. mnm N c cr, mho havr been —\>*i v>llt> Drill Pan.| Iha HO* tapt %  M r.i„, n ihn by Hal II Orl in MftkNt) aarir umn rmovTlta H'tPH Nifla> A—*..-. |-.*1. M-4., d '•allOkioi' ... .. I •,. I M 14PM rxnax n ralav n Ocl ai mai l->i., i liPI M>. *.' %  riPBat BMHI |.r*Hla. -All Ift*-.1 n„ MM. 11 Wnl IS und i i.ii.i I'l HI i let ia nain rat vi mi ,v r ioa Hilk IM.IM. ... .^ IM I.K A 11 Ciarba r.t ajt wiiiiam*. a D ii a DASir: OoM Ring Gold Ulna: Oold n.riit Gold Tln* I8OJ0 Gam Ring SrUQO Gold Idan Ring 36082 Cold Ring triUAI. NO M rimmo-no* t -pi Olll.-I T r H r. %  rmaH -.M Cpl Ra*" K r %  %  I., r.4Cpl >al 11 Orl M fa ... i, m i ." % %  DANISL. C*tpUui. PhP rt>a>,rn Iff"*" N. E. WILSON & CO stule lhat due to ihe MC*. ol apace for Goodl Merchandise. :h< \ h.iw ilet :tletl i t'l.KAK OUT their enllre atoek r CHAIRS & HEKVLES CYCLES which iiet-upy far .00 iniirli spate ai Ihe moment. T„ 1 !...r are: '• Roaditei Herculen Cycle*, relaun llluiand Mareon former 1j IM.06 r.t now tta.oo e;>. 2 Currier Rerciilea Cycle*, BlaeJ*. i> rmerlj HM M tm h m a IM N aaeti iBotiaJvad H' nlwo u 1II3 fi i< > to rla %  %  % %  a urn p iltahIB lart. botfai mu ill M IN % %  h leering •" II each M ioii ii. d Bent B -ma, mi gih HoJW ... N1 Mpffh Krr Be 1 Val .it ... IN. E. WILSON & CO. N wii,. ' %  .. 1 .11. ii-i\ rlloi* I \„ H s„„. N, Di.il 37



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MJNDAt OCTORE* U. 1K2 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN %* STARSFOB SUNDAY OCTOBER 12. 1<**>C lAofc ii, the wrtum in Vhask youl bkrustta) ~.K km, ncronling to Use slats. Wan (About Jown -111 UlU'l%  nust part. OBMIKI May 21Jans 21 Juu* 2S—Jaly i July 1.RO 84Au Jiright, BoldColours Are TheFashion By l MM; HI m BAKKLKY LONDON. n UM fashion world recently that 'he three fashionable colours Just now are lack, and black And ao %  : has been seen around town (hat % %  -<•: nugnt i iiowg and %  tho-*,. in (be fashion swim rbrtM i i .. oaw influence, hem >n bringing nota anil more cutout into our wardrobes, stirred ttm week And at Fr**dencke Starke mid-wesson collection, colours curni OUt 01 their mournlni Little black was *ht)wn and indeterminate neutral shades were uowttare Instead OMM hi xhl bold, drum a lie colour-.. KuniR under such name* as dragon-fly, Gainsborough blue, gornot, hanfoM and heliotrope Typifying this desire lor colour, was the clo-te-flttitig pinner dress in street velvet h:.!i tnIriHiumi ...... "Gairui blue Evening dresses were the most %  ratlin Hi the collection, and they varied from dinner 1 full-length ball dressihort ballet-length dress. The. reflected I d/-tlnlte trend tothe skirl shown by a group of jjeats M the back, by gathers fallA POPULAR COAT WITH U.S. CRITICS ing from low-placed hip yoke, or by a train effect created with chiffon "streamers" floating bock from the wa.it Tew of the dresses were str,.jtless Mostly they were halter-* necked, a style which 1 so much more Haltering to the majority of women than the strapless dress. Starke, on saveral dresses introduced a fimnahty into evening wear reminiscent of Edwardian dan Many consisted of a Jacket Style of top with a fitted VWUlM pnd basque, worn over a semistraight skirt. (See illustration I. Made in emerald green Mti*L this particular evening dress was tapped by a new version of tbe stole. Sleeved, and buttoned on one shoulder. It had a long fringed end. As always. Starke paid particular attention to elegant "restaurant ensembles." IW these, however, black will remain very much a fashionable colour. Braided silk, a material frequently used makes the ndl illustrated here. Its jacket, worn above a n. -Mit. creates the "big top" ) k currently favoured by many designers. Other pointers from the Starke rollcction: Three-inch fringes on the hems of jumpers and suit jackets. Little pointed Vlfcpal malihiiiK velvet rrevaU on •uftn Circular tle. with short drnssas, limited "bawls wIWi day dr ess es. Ear broaches: clipped to the top of the ear, they consist of jewels et in the form of a spray of flowers. Time was, when a child's hair was naturally straight and straggly, it ntayed thai M*i '"' matter how much mother tried to coax a few waves and rut Is into it with curlers, rags and curling tongs. Now a new product ha* come on to the market here—and will shortly appear in East and West Africa, and the West Indies—which is calculated to put an end to the trouble and bother of straight hair. It Is .< %  home perm for children. Admittedly it has been created specially for children's line han. admittedly the creams and lotions used arc mild and non Irritant. But will this be suit.ill, f.,i M..iv J.me. aged 5? Surely she will not look more angelic witii a borne pennj Waves and curls are more likely to transform twr 11mature edition of her maiden aunt. Sophislieatn.n. most mothers will ngree. should wait until she Is out of her teens. What's Cooking In The Kitchen CHOUX A LA ( Id Ml CHOUX PANTRY „ caU ed in French pochc il me For Wo gnall choux or ;o one used on the copqlUon but the hlightly bigger choux. icing sirlnge is used mostly in the Wale, l a lb.; Flour o*.; ButStales and in England. You will ter 3oz.; eggs 4. Salt 1 pinch. require 2 of the icing tubes, a This pastry is one of the better plain" one with an opening uf known In French cooking. It is about ft Inch and one with the %  he pastry for choux, eclairs, same opening but not smooth. proliteroles etc. Butter the oven diah and put the Put the butler, the water and pastry IU the bag or the siringc. the salt in a saucepan and put it Make %  mall bulls like a nut and dVi the Arc. As goon as the water do not put them one near the starts to boil put the dour all at other. They must be at least 2 "me Mix with a wooden spoon inches apart. Bake them in hot tnd put again on the lire. You oven for about 10-15 minutes, will see that soon the flour will Don't take them off the oven at form a ball. Let it cook again for once or they will flatten out but about 2 or 3 minutes always stirlet the pastry harden first. Take ring it and when it starts making them out and put them to cool. a noise as if It was frying take It When completely cold cut them •ff the fire and throw It out c>i on one side and put the custard In the kitchen table. When it is comeach. Sift some Icing sugar on the (iletely cold, put it back in the top or if you like put son^. saucepan and start adding the caramel and the stuffing can l> •gs. You have to add one at a or any custard you like o.time and Ho not add the second cream If you prefer. mtil the first has been completely mjlgamated by the flour. When '.• stau *t and ket < %  and health s mnit be considao'l for the good ui ..II * * %  ^ TAUaUB HapK> home life make* for **od cHirrn-. April 21 -May 10 helpful Liea-ntr*. and a l-ttu, mori prosA( perou> YOl' Ponder these and other im^ nrght-'edi (act. todn> * We J!1 wd occasional reflection upon pur habit. ..neral Whither DMI (oriel, no matter sur. nditions. a mans soul i* hi* To be doivg something all the H %  ing Man; belt • anlltud) * rel others no* YOl'RSELT down n, rears, llmsdllj 1 in* wron time. l.i*s w thtiigs thai requir. auan* jt j, . i church' M * _ VIIIOO liL-|tlav voux 'Iner traits fair-mmded"f 1 Aug aa—aHpt as irss. Ri->i manner'. pwr*sjvefnee ma nrbcit practical nature t nrt d-iuhu. anxi.'f, DonT meddlef k * itwaa (lenerally %  UspickHIS, progrenslve tendL. .... ^f n,.| ..,....Get into thl iwlllf Of things where r|| mm 3t~Ort. ?3 |F hafsfpjeal tCT negle.t .Ianeh .ervtees at * A better da) '<"<^ |wrlnd now than may appear on the surface Much depends upon whether you approach people and things Bbb can. Prav' Keep smiling • • Just hen we think malteis are slowiim up or .toing adversely, along comes a nice ^.l^p^ls•. ii friend to make things brightei •k You be that friend today. a # Conscientiousness and brevity (that oft %  i.ilily) are this day' top bene factors. Riember, we must never wreck where we dont intend to build better # Some per: >naj mallei s require ntlentioii" Would yuu like to catch up on worthwhile II idiAffr Improve a hobby' 1 Why not try such today" * Help another where you can, but don't Fab 21March 80 forget things you should do for yourself Without hetn: eliish we must at times .ncentrate our own affairs Start with prayer. I ^ YOU BORN TODAY: Careful, aspire to fine achievamant. jA "are sober and canny Living Irue to better self, are always "^ strctujlhuuiig chaiaclcr by sound decisions and action Since >ou are broadminded. and seek to improve conditions, you ^ may be misled at limes through sympathy, express tolerance. T Curb gambling instincts, also appetite for anything you espe| ^ciall-. like llirthdale of Geo Wsshington Cable, author, many ^ I *i* noted military leaders, -Kntesinen *W No Memorial For Shaw ? By BkT&RLEY BAXTER %  ooano Oct. it mm. "i^ 3A01TTAKIUS Nov 25— Dec 2S &f flAPBIOOIlN Dec. 23~Jao 21 AQUARIUS Jan 2S-Tab S WWBM %  -Mil I \ UN KKtl\|i ^1 IN mi SWING :. all • N and lot"' i lul sur,.l thu ne liiua*! St. •tore will deb. %  • on wani %  < %  .AHKJ.Y \ Co. (Woe) Ltd 27 B IN V VSUKI.II OK II ^ OWN ilU: COT AMI lUIHIK Nlllil under the eMrient man Aquatic club sntranc* A boon to lru*^lf' Sitpplie|i v ith flhns de\elop€Nl and HI Iliad tl Weatherhead's. No loblcuw you can Gi*'. select at v erre to say ii with flowers 4SWyour DUB WHV r MK-* IKil SIHII I \l "i \ DAI iri \ onri \ \^ %  %  IOHNSON S Wi %  %  %  the full J v ixi the I [HI II%  ji uiNsi IN s n %  ... nan IU ANSWKK TO IttUI M> h.-ndhng (INIMKT MAJOR RIO IE I: B I. FBAMS-WORK tm onm-tfiey're-want* ed flxtnres of all kinds, rinru m BrulflMowB are puttiai Major to a variety "f UM SI ,ge fixtures, portable partilionmi-.. 'lUiiu:. MadeldUlg involving RI It does a minm i makini amaiingr} strong, iiamble avaeUnaa. Just cui it bolt it,—no waste DO -killed Isbour needed, no paintim:. there" Ruet-prooft i Biovi I Cieen imish Wbal'i mon turned one netvl can br U*-ed •sain Hint again t" %  mini! il ipplii ah-1 .v IIERNAH1> SHAW Is iiavlng a I bad lime bare no math r what may i ang In other spberoa. Nobody wants to subscribe to his memorial fund, and the pilgrimage to his house at Ayot St. Lawrence has come to an end. Encouraged by this the old boy's detractors are attacking all along the line. By speech and letters they are saying that Shaw will soon be forgotten, that (he was never a treat dramatist, but merely lbs theatre to exploit hia irasnj and his puerile political views And was he not a scourge to us when we were engaged In deadly war? SHAW added little knowledge Rung store, but he forced, the sluggish mind to think and h< attacked the smug facade and social Ignorance of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. He mocked the millionaire industrialist for his intellectual Incohereney and l.i blaiS l*c.a at the window* Horseback Hall In short he committed the unI ((livable tan *af making people think. But more than that he a role some gi'oat plays as wall a.bo i <>f inferior ones. TWO centuries from now the autumnal glow of "Candida" will charm theatregoers of that time i.itu ireeptive iniuds will be .liiiiulntcd to exhilaration by th impact of "Man and superman", ttie laughter of the mind will pay tribute to the wit of Heartbreak House," and there wUl be tears of exaltation at the beauty of Its verbal orchestration — for abova • On Page IS %  Son i %  • • ROMBtiri L WILMON ^ \i.i l > Icrful WiUun nail nail :VKH(U.\/|J) WArial I1QITT-. plain S n d bordered HAMB1 \ %  .i sIl.Ks thai whisper then IBlaMg hull en atdtag sneivti lagged. **;. |g | snoea, too -lnkl\ footsmavjl and fooleasy providing N. f W rftnalitj and lbs urge to TRl LY A BRKATH-l'ATl-HIN'O ftlGItT— CiCMsoft^lowua aHund F*earls m Ne. klsces and Earring---peaily parts • i Cns*i of la>ndon Of C0UTM llMB •• I i Oils 11AYI.IVS t. during tho Cultured Bitd Imiad neautiKings m S | ; % %  %  T i ilnlj caUS foi .. v.s.t i Uolton Laae \N IMI TO Al.l. t bOF-TlMI! 1K\W|t>R| I'll I n I I III H MOHKIS ;. TON IKITKH (S4 tWRi %  da yUnder lull h.p. engine. UMIII.U v gearbox, hydro W i iki iustpei iprUUSj and heavy Ih Mori .n-mi to rau|haal of cane While in check on the Carp. Vi i>iq you'll soon 1ST I wner ni.i. or VII \M1NS MINER\l •t\l> PROTEINS-and dogs Us| I'I'HINAS DOG %  HOW is an e-tti nes sparkle and energy .. ii crua made verv mpfciallv I deeerrtiuj of Dui bast mste-ti lure cho U n I Ml rmtiNA rABOM ">NES A Co.. : UM Otoekerboai ph. 4103. I dreamed of a lovelier tigui in to) cben ml ffnm Aitwiirjn fashlim rwlUr* l Inmaterial U li.li.u lira-hnl woul ID U mi't i.i.r This b taa10th Mat lhat Ihr rrttlen have m.i'l.Ihnr .v inlvou have put In all the four eius -tlr again until the pastry will look smooth and will bubble. CHOUX A r.A CBEMB tor 70 i bo-ax Choux pastry Custard chocolate custard or ( nantiUy. Icing sugar or caramel sugar. When you have cooked the pastry as above take a pastry bag or even an icing siringe with an opening of 'j Inch. Tho bag which "IT'S SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVE NO TROUBLE WITH TEETHING" Try giving >our bab) Ashtoa A Parsons Infanta* Powder*, which are wonderfully aoothing at fceelnuig time. These Powders eu-ure regular easy motinraa, promote re-tfol sleep, and are abeolntely SAFE ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS From the many glorious Yardiey lipstick shades choose the one Ihst most ( harming I) < " weD. Exciting cootrasts or sol>tl** iiarsaonirs arc youi. fag He> ho>inK YARDLEY Lipstick fa*., rwi, r^J. Nawl S*r** *** .***>.. S--r—*r ra> a#*i vw. Briftfa KM. iio.it aw 1 0 L I r • I 1 OUU BO-.tITIIII HOHMIUvir COUUIt 'ON GENIKAL CERT1FICAT1 ol EDUCATION CAMftMDGE SCHOOL HIGHER SCH CERT irni i ItaU. UUwtl "HI nil if ill i |-> pan r l>r W" **•* '** '"*>" • %  ••*• iHHte. rjW ftI—.a-.Uxl'ir.!•. P.,.—.. ACr.i MA.! Itr. .ni^fc..^ WOLSEY HALL. OXFORD >— ItS a draeai eerna true — Maidaaseat's ssarvaloaa soceni oa curraa, f4s &raa young lift it gtras few figure' Diacovei dua fsamlnr alaldanform bra todaj, ia roar favorite fabric*. G-aaaiae Maidsnf-aras Brsasi •feaaraBsadaoaly in thr I nilad bUMdAsHTHS. n-r--Jm*itfrjt/brm fa* •* %  type of Dguro. '**<*•**//*•* %  JUST RECEIVED Soon tkY&£& it will be feTOOTAL Week rorraan tmiiMv HIHIDT MASD %  n?r IK.IMT UVUNAl IIOBI It H NMIIIi PHII K "ii %  >" rtirnn m •KAOUM rot'LTics -. I II III i.l.lI IM rrraa ntrANroi. %  ONUI nanrs C, CAILT0.N BROWNE VFholessle A Retail Draggast IM Raebnek 81 Mai Mil mm.



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PACI rwo ll.MillADi^ AOVCM ITI ,i M,\S in nun i: It MM DANIEL ERICOURT Grand Pianoforte Recital < ..11*1 Mt 1(1 M IHHH. II M.I. 1RIIIAV. .FH V'I.IMBIR \I R. r.M ...ige ..( i h Seel I'Rll (.-. i \llMlsSION H*d Street Sent! may also be K. Book Shop, ( >CF Harrison %  : 'T I the Alliance Franeal* VITAMIN E (ALPHA TOCOPHKROL) in I arm* tltise*. 'arc tdvised to daramd the MIM m that used by the ihute mstiiunfoi met i il rttecrch. 73 i U. EACH OELUCAPS HP. HARRIS & CO. Chemists & Druggists I swei llioaj SI. rill i.ll.l (M-s ,\KK T<) BE CHEWED MIT SWALLOWED ,: : I lie Barbados Walff Polo Aisoriation £ prcsenti at Till! ll..ill..llllS .1(11.1.il Llllll on TBUBSDAV, IWD OGtOttB — 1ST TEST I.allies K.30 p.m. QnM 9.IH. p.m. \IMISSU>N ro mn — 2 • Danctni (mm Id p.m. Midnight. Music bj Curv.c.i\ Trio MiMlSSItiN TO HM.I.KOOM 1 I FBITMV, NTH OCTOBEH — 2ND TEST fl i .Hiii-s H:.'" |i MI. I Gent* .. Ml p.m. .....llssloN TO PIER — 2 • I SATURDAY, DTfl OfSTOKB — 3RD TEST Ladies S..1II p.m. \ QfOtt 9.00 p.m. ADMISSION fO PIER—2Dnnini; Irom lit p.m. (•> 2 a.m. :o: Mtttk h> CllfW— %  Orchestra ADMISSION TO KALEKOOM fiOc. SINDAY 26T1I Trinidad vs. Snappers 10..IO a.m. Presculjiii ii ... Cups ll.:tll a.m. '.'.'s.*.**:'.-.'.'.'. .:'*;;•.'*•*'*'+•, BE GLAMOROUS V BE BEAUTIFUL ... mih .... "TANGEE" THE WORLD FAMED BEAUTY PRODUCTS I i'Uch and I Mi m tha Mlowing I "Vi'lv Shades: i;AY RED, RED RED, MEDIUM RED. PINK QUEEN, 1'KETTY PLEASE, N.\n'R oncl THEATRICAL RED You are -mi' I,, find the LIPSTICK to m.iuh your ii'i|iiircmriil in "TANCiEE" I TICK v llh .i Shad* to mK DOU BOOkKKS (B'DOS) DRKi STORES LTD. Broad Street A llasll-ci (ALL-llA I'HARMACV) rta N now pefMfJ TOUR FAVOURITE STORE HOOKEKS Pimples Go B.B.C. Radio Note* (aus Killed in 3 Days ,. Nixoderm rr -,.,,. Treaties 1 %  I IMh i N tot bawd on ine %  thb %  ports nt Sei and rum-.. If A rsrtur m l %  fatltMCM "n tliHEMf] the win Id irmi.i the diplom.ili. nd ili-t. ., gins of i^ publllteu T IE HAHRISON < Old Boys' Associati. hold Hi II <>!*•" Ihiv lit It. MI. .il (olle*e on ThurMluy ntxt. Tha* If the second Open Djy lo be Theic will %  ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved Firu'i)ay ^•.•.' %  .•./v.'.'.-.v,,:/;-.:::! .... Nrvi.t, „',*. ,, .'. a..,,,.,-.., ,./ tmi^oum 4w., r ew.u".."V *"""" %  %  <( N* ln>— 1 ...•.. iaff .%  %  '— HP.NPACOl %  '•! '-.. n- I lira tn n ,at mouth Europe, and the Rutmia a* the domin.m' %  l.iiini: tit ;i full hour, i' wi 11 t, brosnJcnfct iai VI • %  %  II! I.IMII '>n : %  other* folli %  H'nt Indian Paatff) < 'itieisiu As we told M*N i( week t^. I irtbM i v„: again present i West Inljnd 'perKlmc Idsay, They .1. tbcar ftnt viwi to ParbaQaJtib QaUinq KOODAL I HI VlltIS will be Ha with :ho v 0:rhcstra conSargent M '(l f Vauitnan .1.. on •• TbMM |'l Mi I Uat 9.00 p.m. The w-ond prograinmataajnxuva' at 10.49 Bi (M-idard will >iim ( I UtfuiVH ( reudon of Matter t two theoIn vosTue Among ... %  that the procesK of In I \ %  HN Royal, %  _fc"^"a^P*'^*E *e*B*a*f 9 w T^*a^p^^p fc *** % *F^e^t> AKE orr THAT I MOT WEATHER I COUGH Iain I FERROL 1 COMPOUND J l| ii tniMuiu that X double job in &f .ii-.iiii.. t| your coutfh X Bid buil'lint; ymi up at 1 tlic .same time J NEW Smart Pretty LADIES' HATS >j %  Lelni i' n mtraMi a* toe *1 In-tltiile of tmcfil lo in the Smart %  l.lv I i M t ju-i1 4 1, .^iraws Pratl) MiaptMl Velvel MM. itn WaUM l-Vlls l'tn I d irom $4.32 — $8.95 i km ITS bagl leathers, veilU malt Ii .in\ %  ns,MiiMe THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE CARLTON CLUB THE OPENING DANCE AT THEIR NEW CLUB BUILDING BLACK ROCK ON SATURDAY 1ST. NOVEMBLR 1952 IN TRUE * HALLOWEEN TRADITION WITCHES-FLOOR SHOW SPOT & BALLOON DANCES BEWITCHING TUNES BY CUR WENS ORCHESTRA DANCING i'OO P.M. DRESS OPTIONAL ADMISSION BY TICKET $1.00 M B >y..i Canada i ..nUnmiir t:arihln*in Ttmr rvR F. J. HAHLOW, Adviser on U Technical Education to the Imnlirji of State for the Cololofl the Island tor AnUua i.v ii.w I,A on Thwsday. WR D, KartOVi II tonlnmins his lYl tour of tle Caribbean tor the w9rtt MR AND MRS HARRISON Will Com*' -\gain L. C Laurent left by "Laoy Nelson" durinx the IMI rtrn^.h Ouiana after Mir. it giving advice on ttw .-pendhm ihr.o inonthi holiday son of Mr. cm in Technical Edocahere. Mr UMtrClll il SupeniileiiHarrison i T. -1. Off To Jamaica AND MRS H. D. STEWCavilion Court. M' Harrivd \mlenUiy UM Y'ESTERDAY al 4At o'clock at the St. Michael's CaUicdi il, Edmund Latrobe Harrison. id Mrs. Gordon L. ,u,.l of Ih. M..U Branch ol ,hc IS^TlaM as^ b"dV kill. i.,nM Po,, omco at GtoraaSSuJ, W,n,lrc3 Pa",," dauih! "-%* i ,nv KM vl.il here and ' r "' Cay. "<> Mr. F. C. Pax,1 has b,. i. vm anjoyabat, r %  _?' Tudor Bndgc. St. Michael. .hall certainly revisit >ntir !" ceremonjr was performed hcaulHul island." he told Caflb by '" Very Rev Dean HailcBealdas slfht-scelnj and sea wood. b.lhlnf. l.e made many Iriendj he bride who was given m marlor whose courtesy and hospL riage by her father wore a dress nlitv he cxprewes his gratitude, of Pearl Clipper satin and lace. Sprnl FinMoatha H 'f bodice of satin with a laca M ARD HfadRtanaBj, were passengers lor laauUca bj H W I \ Bfl ThursHay %  On llolitiay K G I.OMER Cat RediITu -\\\ AH?.i passeogei tor l > uerto Run by ll.WIA, on Thur'.tt.iy 11Ml gone hulid.iy visit. IA/I Fur Camulu day myht were Mr. ana va s. . atWi -^.P AMII n i M Nifu A. Moore and their two daughters an j DP-aEPJ^LZ "c'h 1 "". after spendm. IWe mo„,h S ho„d„. R nTTftNlHG 10 Brtttab t-alana J^ by the Lady tUmm TUtar' M Mr. and Mrs. A. ml i.i i .. the isUnd. Mi. Moore, who h Hand on tiw and had a small pointed She wore close tlttinn %  ntudded with rhmestones ier flare skirt ended in a train with .iccordeon Chun h, were passengers for Montreal. Canada on a holiday vmil. -he MatOd on Thursday hy T.C.A. Utvmhnl Sugar Talks H ON. HAROLD HOItlNSON and „ Mr. K McCi visited the % % % %  Ml. veil was kept Her llnger-tlp place with he Nl Post Office of Ihe CorenMocidea ,,„„ h „e toast Whilst here both he ^ „,.„,„„ Mf ^'"^ rf ( d Mr. 1" !" '""" !" B ^ Aruba and ware made by her da„,,i. M ^_ Aam, i "'"** % %  %  "• WWII.' niciQioy ner si came over b-dos General Post OfTice and ,„ MlM E ,, lf PaiTiB Qf y Sj ^ A-ere shown around by the ColoMi B.W.I.A. on Friday reting 'if the Barbados: Sugar nia j post Association. They r;| a ,i(c. turned Ui Trinidad lUv In the Mr and Mis Moorr %  hlldren said they had ul time MM Moore badian. The Moore* and Mr. Laurent Mo.-.ri She wa "K*nded by Miss Ruby lw n J iirli" Ma Id-of. honour who .11 of while %  m guests *"The Kew of Mn H<>liiii-',n is Chairin the H.W.I. Sugar Association W McCowan is Secretary. Paul Short Vhil B BiO-OBf. M. 1IOTINE. Dii Colonial Survey* the Colonial OfTice, London. %  tin %  passenger for Antigua hy B.W.I.A. alter paying a sin VtaM to Barbados. On Vacation A nRIVINC. Mond.iv i% .1.-iir in .'nil-' ——--— of Brooklyn who has come lo Department, B.G. and spent Rnrlairlos on vacation. Mrs. Millar weeks' holiday wore orchid satin and net with matching headdress. She wore gold accessories and matching ;ind l heir i wonder' is %  B r mWfaafT Her bndosmalds ware the MisEnid and Jean Parris. Misses (sister of the K. Bruce sht ,i,., ,, arr „ Vnjoyublc Stay TVWO more (iuianeaa alao X by the Lady Nelson di.y night They were M grotun) and Jean Harding. Mlv nrf Mis* Jean HardEnid Parris and f pink stamped net with wide scalloped neck.;; ,... !" ." P ,,n 'd sleeves, close nttlng bodices and mittens lo match. The B.W.IA „„ M,.-|. Oo,don. Both ,.njmen 2""",„/"'"•?.ddr^l tSS Mn, ritl Millar are employed at the Public Work. m,,^,,,,. T,,.,, CCM ,orle s were Silver. The Misses Jean Parris British Guiana. M, tM'l-Oh .11.'1 Both gentlemen Barbad 15 years ago. She Is Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Forde Trewmol CbfjassOW Street Station yfimagpr Rflurii* M R AND MRS H. BAXTKK and their two children returned from Montreal l.% T r .% on Thursday afUr a visit. Mr Baxter is Station Manager Sriis JE^Siminoi and __ last here Mr. Gordon war visiting BarSnol a Harr aon laying with bados for the first lime while Mr. dre)W0 ; of bl|M , tarnped n !" h Their of piuk 1 matching headdresses. Ul bouquets were all sheaths tay and hope to returi luture. They were guests Mr. Gordon hlle 1 Evcrson has visited here on a former occasion. Before win harking for their ship they told fn( ^ b(ida Carlb that they had an J'JJoyaWj ^ duU ^ of ^ Intllenej. ( .,,,,„„,, I(y M| Jnh|| w ^ ^ .f Capt and SS^i^V "' "S" room hile It" le.i .1. ,noM f u,n,,r, fe " "*" < ourtcnay and R ov pjin-is. MT-r A W*lfj Livingstone Greaves, Mr Cl fTof I nn £te/a Lnt,rlam,ng Tvam Husbandand ncnard"..', Albert Figaro who ha T ]lt .MALVERN Sporu Club A reception was held at too %  een spandlna ten days' X wl holu a daace m honour r 1 f'' d e of th. brien Parris son of Mr. and Mrs. and sequins. George Parri* of Bav Land took Her finger-tip veil was held .11 a bis bride Miss Cholrine Sealr place by a tiara of pearls and 1 d "V h ** r "' Mr M. Scale of Bank she carried a bouquet of anlha"'[ %  Sl MlchMl _^ fc 1 lum lilies and Michaolma, dai! hold %  Halloween DamThe duties of hestman were 2^w^ i^ ^^ f* Ihe Drill Hall on October 31 partotinad by Sgl. Kenneth Parris r J r P bc Xr a^Id war?TAri^ of aid of the Summer School and a reception was held at ^ v riincler %  da the home of ihe bride's parenls fi'ting hodt-e and chant illy taM A QUIET WEDDING look place The skirt ended in a long tram -fA m St. Leonard's Church on T HE will rttin with a close m l UM. II r-M 4 p in Tha> 1M*. 4 ;% Nation. A*a#" ly. JO p m Motir 1 p n, Slfea-llu* . p m r-Oi tat.na An Mr. • p m Fluffl l>iPH., B IS p m Cfitftlah MiifailfaB. I %  P-ai .1. *iA IniaaManlf 7 p .. ll "in Hn ••*. (f.n>dlo ISs-lrS'a-rl. I JO p in SiMlina. %  U I. -r. Halo*. i n H>nsvrtlnt> o p r Vsuchan William.. IS p m Th* M*a. • I" UnltM HI 10 p IT. From th* Fdllntlala 10 I* Sund<> Halt p m U>iid-"t Ptorum lo J u %  ; ii i> *> • Wore AVsr f.ofr Print! IHtISS GOODS It B m Booki to B>aa aod Fill" t** >in pn school, s n. FtadM Na-ixrccl. %  •• p m arh*u>. —— • * P m EW raaufi au>vr> % %  T>Th. S,. in P ,< Thnii% ixn-anMlHlHir* iM Dfoa-aVaiiitiS. • i ^ > :i*f 8>rvar*. 4 11 p n, Snio.m. Ill pir OtrhaMral Huauc IP p m Th* N*., tUrnlrt Smaf i p in Uatenrf OMrt 10 1* p an rtotn the BdltoriaU. 1* IS I'.iitann VaHsSf*, 1 • p m 6pm W*KX \liar*iln*. %  i9 o m p m %ctntr Review. 10 )• p m Dana-* % %  •rvii. •apivtc*. • l p m Marrhuia .i„i w.iii ,V'4i PLOWESED 'CKAKTON" RAYON LINENS ANTI-SHRINK 71 cla. STRIPKII 111 IKIIKRK1I SPUNS M rts. PLAIN MM.I l.'ll CBBPE While. Sky. Pink, Corn. Lilac ..... I1.N Openinc "SACRIFICED" DRESS GOODS Exclusive Deniens Every Week 21 PIECE BONE CHINA TEA SETS Half P,ice fl K12.II0 T. R. EVANS (WKITFIELDS) YOt'R SHOE STORE PHONE: 20 I I I



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net TEN STlD T^.,r!i FEELING DISCUSSION ON HEART DISEASE SUNDAY ADVOCATE THE PINCH By ROBERT KINGSLEY A boy (roni the Oold Coast, a More proaaios.lv, there are lobs firl from Edgware. two Pakistanis in canning factories The work is awl a beared Londoner walled .it lougti. but men ran earn with 1 counter Behind it stood Miss overtime, from £8 to £ II a wrrk Margaret Mnr-h. from Binning* Some studenU go ;ix mess <.rdrrrwim,-eady to annwM their in-iuirlies to Territorial Army camps lel. And th< answei ahe had to (£5 14a. for a 40-hour nX g4vr was. in mM races, a diswith the possibility of overtime hearten!!* one. up to £ JEJ. CHhcra s l" th" Her "customers" were univerCommon Cold Tlessaii.li Centr. M VII LI s* ill | i it ll li Ms Tlus U i sho.,.iug .,nd difllcult 'ning to discuss But we owe it RBI to ;.sk if. in I9M s all necessary fully M longer can be argument, a matter which medical man dares to debate since our evidence ha* grow ao overwoalmiu. %  %  uManUao which can brail necesaary^-fully 5 ,,^L, l \'L l !tJ* n ? r d .S r up ~ J years after our annoincem^nt of JESE, g.. !" ""' ^"S"? I the saving powers of Vitamin a i,H> y *m.l, i. *, tires*-%  rior lur < %  •..>. i • > ._. .. T ""aaw c*n be niluli ri nil dly ttudenta wanting vacation near Sall'burr ("V, a dav porhr--' V" (Kjr "taUnt*. indicated that ,,„, loo. The,had ll ihelr uvjulrmooev. .-.crtl.nl food. tri.'sJS, ^J?,,^**-."?..^''."""'^ '. h ciLtTumS *-i late, and thla year there la a and a radio eat") heavy slump in the demand for atudent labour •All 1 ran offer you U lu. day.' work as rar park attenda. at a motor-race meetlne," Mi Marah aaid to the men. "You <' fat £ I a day and your fares p funded The chance of Mpa practically negligible Hone of the men accmed eagi afoal wanted Job* lading Inngr S help to maintain themadvi rough the long vacation apy con be hindered but %  varthrown. The real dlfflmortallt, „, hamt dalSSTo M !" '* %  *.3 J""" ' "" s.ud„u „,. won. „ H KSTJEC"*"""" %  ^-U'xr&i'zvgsx: photoaraptera In aeoalde towns. Tor It ... |„ law that Shute year" wv""i i" 1 ";"" "*" b m deck-chair attendant*, kiosk••>* Pa-"e ( %  ummarv I $o IMS, ff!I. IT* wond " %  "• many mindera. bus conduetroaaea. ahop. published a U ney of I5S iardlai wTuT.„ ^* """" Papera %  "' patienu tre.tw w,,h alnh. !S;; SSFlP BKSf f.f A BLESSING TO MOTHERS! JACK and JILL COUGH SYRUP With Vitamin C STOPS KIDDIES COUGHS & COLDS In • Jiffy AND TASTES SO GOOD THEY BEG FOR MORE! BDNDAT, OCTOBER II. Hit ho apply, only about pheroi. Th women Most three-quarters !TJS l V. r l ,i *," h a,ph loco muat be multiplied before trie Of those i one in 20 exe women most inree-quarters of thv death tW „ women students expect to be su,>occurring under the usual tree'r^t^AmJi Z? !" ** on --—' --te of 5 f n.3155? % d l e rid WOr ^ ?' >^r^ar'-afi'^^-sssr* The Slump \USS -MARSH. 26. holder o! a social acience diploma of Birniini!ham Univerity. Is a member of the vacation work depaxtm' ra* the National Union of Studcit! *hoae headquarters aft In rHoombury In between answir •DK callers, she told me about thtump that students hsv* run int'> ;hi summer In IS|. In the two vacations. Chri-'tmas and summer, 8.n00 .^tiiptrted by their familUduring ma-rt—"an annual vacation*; men students working cent" They estimated that -the S3rV. !" a na rr *PPl Sir on grant, often have to keep themproper, widespread ua* !" alpha ?.^S?^. whw, .,Joii after .he tocowherol m „,. t>L r ^KWT*J lhe *^ on malaria iiicn had won him the Nobel tocoathcro) in coronary heart ..,, disease alone should salvage IC'i. nr i. 000 American lives per year iwu NUMERICALLY. agriculture nut-thinking aloud-we mui.. mStSSlai wh ^I'^L *? B I2! ln the blggtst employer of ftude.n •** ounn-lv how could ao man. discvverie^) ThL m.l?" ,mM,r ,i Mtnun ^s'The'-cheirand-'ssry'ei;sS 5 frr-r' 12 ,h. ha„ foreign. .,„ work „ „, ^-^ a-Jg poljcy-., pSffijtfJS „', S Brltlih ittidcnli may. If they eaeeutlve. forget that their ]ob. unuied foT LJai^T !" •J m m ,„ Den n„i„„„, were on.yju „'„„„ <%& ^^"3 'SSi.'SS On The Farm mark. Eire. Finland. France. Geras their msny. Yugoslav.,. NorwHy, Swehow n ,;v of &* airmen who ££* ^ r 3 Bn ^ ,,l ^!^ nC ^ 0, ,h rlrn .nd Swllierland. dstd in bed might have developiTence u,^ J? ? ' J?~ In Denmark (cost £24 | 2 s.) d their Anal heart attack, a .^B ?f?:.^ n ^i e torl %  •r dln dents found J0 b. jhls year IM hey can undertake archaeological high altitudes with 80 people alt(Wrure is likely to Umuch lower excavation with free keep and Is. ling behind them—or if a pilot's a ilay pocket money, in Eire (cost heart matters as he come* In £S 2s d from Liverpool) the over Newark or Washington airwork is "placing peat In piles and port—or what do we lose when thfl loadlne; sod collector* hrain of an Admiral Sherman or Is one department in Sigmund Rutnberg suddenly Parent) are" buyuii; fewer creams for their children, so til iat-cream factorlw do not nee .* much student Inbour to he! out. Kr;gland ID Jents exceeds hichdenindfor,.,,: "V why' n'ciTca! me^ don IT."'ubl^ frL% W ?' k JSF '? %  •upply-homeh.!,.. lliv qnly'raUooal nr£.TlT !" tt.. '"SJ?? !"V IU ln "P""the matter were taught In school* and universiUes. and both of us •cr. ofWn ridiculed by fools'"on the whole J would probably never have touched malaria re'-eacch at all had I foreseen the falsification, neglect, or upposl. lion to which my work was to be extra workers* Euston iUUon*Ust i^LVS^T-lL"" PP J y ~" i lM 1 me h ^ 1 ^* ,e on ? y raUoo >" pmauti-. ^.,„,ad M0 „ U ue„ ul owp,k SSSTTEg^Sr""m "" \^^S&S!&iSti'i "S£1*?22?.£Z3K 'ork they have called for only 20. Even government departim %  • TK employing fewer temporarvstaaT. The Plutns STVDENTS who regiirUsrvd for work earlier on (fee 7s. Cd.) found :^TO were tome plums to be had A titled woman wanted four men and five girl students to slafT a shooting box In Scotland. Pay Dun.', in:; rarts.se* p..K^'wr r e,r.i„ ur Canadian judge recently droppel < n the Bench. An aerlalist dmppe Memphis. Tennesse. dead WHAT is the official view of w i| vacation work? Some college K .Ji "Jthille. ^^ R ya1 tutors and university authorities xen^n lStr.iT -2 S* '' fruwn on t. Three hold that nun' *Vh t ? k? !$% C ' d WM Us Is 1S92 — and an overCommunity Development The eeaeeuiic work during vacations tended to provide Said Miss Marsh "We quitfor the men was £2 10s. a week eee that, Ideally, it would be M n work "•* ^. their keep, for the girls food tiling If there were no need jU* 00 ^." h a r "* -„ j were no need xz let. The men had the chance for ut to provide this service hut of earning another 15s a day as as moat grants are insufficient lor tteaUKs on shooting days. students to live on the year round Twenty-five students got )obt the service does provide for a as driver-guides to parties of want" A meric an teen-age tourists seeing woaxo conraicirr atsoevn. Euxog*. —L.E.S. BOMBAY Government of India have mended that as far as posbie viilaiiars should contribute %  xpcnr on corndevelopment project in alpha tocopherol. their area, either in the form of Men work like Trojans to pull labour or in cash The *iuu<-siuiii I wooden norsein
    > .-n. an uia r-_-. .w. _1^.. .TTamaging to\tudV ^dTh.""'! ^*^£f ftS <*** • P"*' '^ •• < laxation which vacations are in" P ga ^" J"" How """>* m "> rti "" * ** tended to provide ,m "\ d,e ^<"* 'ho world turns n.unity develc fflce*. Then they Ignore It unt.. it suddenly overthrows them In %  night. Cassandra was ignore i when she warned her silly ciu That city fell. How much longer need w seek to convince men of a simpl.therapeuter truth about which inside their emanates from the community iHujvtie auminiMraiion of Uic Indian Planning Commission. The commission believes that this is one way off assodatlng the people mm tiie projects. It says that l nly by co-operative endeavour the people themselves can bet uid lasting results be achieved Salute To Ralph Vaughan Williams, B> OBKAsU) fU)l KKL lo-day Britain relebratea the avTn blrtliday of Balpn Vaugi.., Wiiuams, o.ul., a composui as tsmtr looted m tue Cugiisii ..uuyaid-. ... the .treat oaks ul msor fuiesi. What nas Uu, renurkable cornvpoaer given us u. mire than 30 years of muaic-OBaku.gT KaaenUaUy, music that was alre..d> .Itere, music that lies always in the life of the countryside and tlw works of poets inspired by Bn* aln's naUve ways. 7or Vaugbhii WUJlams is the , %  .„: artiuoiai i •'•ins; co m posers—with the po> slble exception uf Finland's Jr.i Sioelius-_and, l would add, ono off the least predictable. But perhaps it is best to folio-* the main course of his inspiration —the exenwe set by the great English writer, John Buny.m. whose Pilgrim" Progress" h.is keen the staff on which Vaughni, Williams, our modern Pilgrim has leaned. This interest first appeared in his well-known Fantasia on a theme of Thome* Thuilia" where elegant string wrung built an atmosphere of calm, based on the Arm Christian faith which the comp-^er also brougM to bear on his editing of Chur. h hymnals. rt*tfl In 1U22, Vaughan Williams brought his admiration for Bunyan Into the open with the opcr. rccne "The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains" that wi* lat'T incorporated in his moralliy S ra "The Pilgrim's Progress 1 s was produced for the flmt time last year at Co vent Garden But in nil his music, date* are deceptive since his music evolvr* often from the germs of folk music. His symphonies to which BORN OCTOBER 12, 1872 ho has uol given mimnasa yi ^ lenuui to auu uuc, ox nean.,, a*y-*u 4 uaiuiwa, ...,w silo*.. U i t lw be ajywciaiiy Uue. lue "a*a £>>inpiiony" wmt. arm showh u, i-iuauuu.B geuuei .Mm uiu uugjii oi uu ana It is less aunospiicrlc Uiau L>, "bussy's "La Jkusr,' but uiu imp.,, i n mure uircct since we uo uol nierciy w.tch the sea .., play, but ieel lU. power. Nor Uo n conUm u.e uusuugic beauty of %  "•—Sea I>ruT\ From Uie sea, Vaughan WUliaiiLiLiuiuiu ug to Lunuoii where bg auowuU us the signu in "A Londou Symphony." We heard Stf Ben as we pusaed thruugJi West* ntmiler, cockney tune* swept ui to the East End, and the uinu movement caliod forth the SOUIKI* ot a .rcii city at nigJit. But m the finaJe. we met reality with the march of the unemployed, and the light for existence that comes wiui crowda on y a country dwcll-.r could perhaps have drawn such %  dispassionate picture. Next came "A Pastoral Symphony" which the compo.< r g.ive us exquisite scenes from the Clouce'tershlre countryside Wbare he was born, the only son of a clwgyman. Hia family was relaled to the Wedgwoods, makers of famous English pottery. Peter Warlock once described the symphony derisively as "a cow looking over a gate"—but that is what it is, as the composer readily a ck now ledges. During the second World War he sometimes leant a hand, driving a farm crt. So far, the symphonies were „ %  'onal. then suddenly i n 193. 'i*e •aeff in which he was awarded the coveted Order of Men naving refused earlier distin. '.-> Symphony n F mini ispoKO a musical language uui e unknown. It iviiiaiiu. unique .n symphonic tyu?, here is no compaobiun, but lunilull unieaslieg. The symphony is generally regarueu as an outspoken cummciiiary on the period between the wars. After the first pci formance of the heavily-orcne: tmtcd scorv with ilcrce cros-srhythms, the composer remark, ed of his own work with his accustomed frankness: "Well, iT -hats modem music, i don't like •It X L ***' howevcr inevltablg Ujat he nhuuld cunipose music thai had sown itself during these troubled rears. The symphony stands in sharp relief against bis other works, except Satan's dance in "Job", a masque inspired .n much by Bunyan as by Blake. Like ill true artists, Vaughan Williams can distil the outside world in many forms. In IMS I watched him climb slowly onto the rostrum at the Henry Wood Promenade concerts to % %  < %  Hrst perf .nuance m i I> major. Dedicated 'without permission and MH the sinccrest flatterv b> Jean SibellUB, whose great example la worthy of imitation." it main sought Inspiration in Bunyan. and was oblivious to the raging war. The third movement bore the quotation; "Upon this place stood a cross, and a little below a sepulchre. Then he said: 'He hath given me rest by His sorrow, and life by Hw death!'" The composer also noted some of the themes of this sym. phony are taken from an unfin-shed opera. The Pilgrim's 11" ogress." Now that the morality opera, 'i woik of deepest sincerity, 1^ been performed, we can see clearly the path along which vaughan Wililams has humblv travelled. It was a path chosen Ugta in the next symphony, in E minor, first performed in April 1MB. Here It seemed that th<* extraordinary epilogue always Important, and often revealing In his works foretold the end of his music. But fortunately it was not so. Yet it did. close the composer's journey with Pilgrim, leaving him free to spend Tils last years exercising other facets of his Benlua. And what may we not yet receive from the composer who at 70 walked with slow gait. out agile mind, into the film studios for the first time gad 'ollaborated with distinction? We recently received the firs, surprise when Vaughan Williams's Romance for Harmonic;. and Orchestra was played ir London by Larry Adler to whorr U is dedicated. But of mucr%  reater import, is the announcement that next spring the Hallo OrcncsU* will play a new work by Vaughan Williams. 'Smfm Antarctica depicting Scott's voyages. But perhaps we should have expected such a turn from one who wrote many years ago. "The composer must not shut himself up and think about art. he must live with his fellow and make art an expression of the whole life of the community —if we seek for art we shall not find it." -wa> -> % %  > % %  (ha On a.* itanailnf court) rup. mad* i"|"Xl]ly ..t*d. to v. hlSdi*. >.,„, ,.fct IM i> la* mnar* of eous> -rd old* that hana an %  ** lead to mpiicaM.n. W1U1 lACK and JILL •*** natti miMy — !" add eoiiSM SO laaM r I UK, lova il plaauant la.i mm JILL wmmm -a ,.... %  oaW iMllr-.. puvlbla. ,1 JACK ..-d JILIITS H£W. 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    -.1 MDAY, IKTOBKR 12, 1M' SUNDAY ADVIlCATt: I'M.IM\ I BARBADOS WIN SECOND TORNADO TOURNAMENT BARBADOS won the .second Intercolonial Tornado (ournament which was sailed against TnmdaU last week in Carlisle Bay Barbados scored 97 point* as against Trinidad's S3**i and thus retained the Trophy which they brought from Trinidad last year. Trinidad Water Polo Teams Chosen The Trinidad Water Folu learn— men's and womm'> ;he intercolonial water HnaWAoJ/j moose TK 40 polo tournament here later th Carih /fours Win Series or* jirst pl.ire in the sv %  %  i'e fur the fastest ln%  'mished the %  .n the aciH* with M i" ihirrt place was secured by n a keTrinidad's TK 47 • Tempest" wiUi i total To-dy at 10.30 am the final ace will he opened to Ml class.-., f Tornadoes Ai th • cdrtctusbon %  .i' nnmc. THE tourini ball team Canb Bears beat Island Uftm a second time to win %  -cored l 34—i] vlrton last night over the tland live at tht Y.M.PC Lait nightmatch was the fonrth of live matches -lie visitors arerr te i lay and they have won sll four This win. like all the -'her | .-ing For Trinidad IV*Clarke scored 9. and Norman Pierre 10 After the tain had delay some half an hour, a further uc lay oeeurrr,! when it was dlscorV f %  r, ddv aw W"3 clow i i tinrant t istfiaT Barbados seemed 18', id 18. When U l K 4< (B) K<>t the lump erad thai all three whistles were not available At 9 4*. the game which was scheduled to start at ft prti bet:an On the heavy track, players started off running gingerly The Island leom sained an early chance fur a goal when they %  S **' SL ZSZ-rJSfA St. 'ft*'"* •ehadulH : M I Hi nrf TK 43 •,:(tin TK TK 3 (Hi. TK 47 fTi | ~ TKS(Bi .md TK 4; month haic now bcei %  The Barbados team* selected ( tth of Seven new players have beei. i-hoaen among the sixteen who will be making the tr-p foi the annual intercolonial series. The new players are T, S-imuel. Davit, J. Humphrev. (for the men's team); D Menrt>< jfl StOUBkaver X I>elinas and I' King (for the wi Johnny Ga:cliffe and Ann Bradley will rr.ptain the respeclive teams which will try to regain the trophies from Rarbado. thli year. The teams are txpectad M leave Trinidad A O-tobei 22. jiui the a opon iba following da) %  v iing Friday and the third on the Saturday following. On the ithe only club match of the tOUi will be playad I The Trinidad teams are as follows MEN'S J Oatc'ifte H Smith. J Tiexeim. C. GUI, T Samuel I, Agard j JAMAICAN BATS PILE UP 492 RUNS VGA IXST B. G. ltt.ro Our Own Casffvaaaaaaalaat) (.BORCE'I I li A sound unfinished pentn-: stand between Bruce 1 reduced Jamaica's rings lead over I Quawa b] • run*. Thanks aitnershn. I a Blnm fl2. and Miller ftfi. Jarrmira taj of 4*2 In repK to British GuiatoaVfl 236. brough' i awarded a free throw, but QuinTK 3, n tvne> was unable to get the ball IT), In the nets P ,hl "mc Teddy I As the game Rot going, for the r ,0 was awa> ahead Of all th Hu phi -..t f <\ i%  afternoon cro i bowled bv P-ersaud. slow gooij %  f need. %  ke 2 o'ho *.v eke, in -iuiek Meea pofKiMe for tltf Fac. :M. ; il) i .e.1 aj %  the MM %  %  i %  %  the ttitei i '.tine. They wer. i ndefeatad w.i I rnaj laf %  n Mi %  %  'jLy" TUI "**' BM n mmm %  •> % % %  %  i laa W ai %  | irlPIt • SB is as, *4. M *y. w vsas .. -.j ha %  • first time the touring team \vr n ehanet being hard put to hold their own completely when i.nindmg the At one ilmr for about a spell of weaaatii mark. They rOU half a minute the Island team did 1L 1 .'' ff* 1 ?**"! r ' T TK 4 n not allow the Carib Hears to touch TR.1. (TI TK 47 (T> TKMdH. though they still could TK IS not take shots with any freedom %  nd TK 3 (B). About four minutes after Start The rar.started in a light North of play. Clifford CJIttens put BarW bados two up with a nicely Judgwai again north about. ed backboard shot The bouncing i Carlb Bear bv Gtrtens. allowed Trinidad to gain their first o points some two minutes lntei Trinidad took the lead shorlh ,. after when College's Huh F,A-If mond made but a half-hear'--! % %  effort lo reach the ball following hirr a perfect pass from Algy Symthe monds and "Doc" Clarke dashed the through and snatched the ball. ,. The end of the first quarter fmind Cnrlb Bears leading 10—5. Pace Quickened The pace of the game got faster during the second quarter with street mark Carlb Bears Retting more aggresalmost the same as N 5: Ann Bracile (Capt.), P. Knaea*. R. Sellm S Wo Men... A 3) Deimai lie IT. Barbs to put in some hard practical n prepanit.on fn I he toui The men will he competing for i 'Cap .md the JSdaM will be competing 'm the ru-hv" Cup ji || expeete.1 thai the ladles' matches will earn•nence at *S0 pm and the menV B.90 p.m. aacn night except the Sunday R .>„ the morning \ wawi POM practice match in preparation fo r the visit of the was still Trinidad Water Polo team will '>< nlayed at the Acjuatl Chta Ihli morning at 9.S0 a.m. The teams are as follows :— fl> M. Foster. Q. afc d a ar r, Poster, r Evelvn. It. Eckstein. K Inre and D. Bannister (2) A Weatherhead. N the rounding, was p ro !" .T JTearwood. Gerard It. the md of the Jordan SCOREBOARD 101111.i *> INDI ai r %  ,.| 1 1 1 |a I AOlUwi I K I i( Manhall 1 Allonr I. VI. %  .. kawMMN Hn %  1 M 1 n, i a. s r. 1S. I 1 lor 1ST. • far iat %  BOgfll I . %  .,/V; HI leg to the llencl. mg the western mark. Bow •ill always sailing hy himll.asaajred th. nth: there for him. The roundlm. the Beagle completed the end of the first lap. They rounded In this order TK 411 (B) TK 37 fT TK 47 (T). TK S6 (B>. TK 4S (Tl. TK 33 (B). TK 48 (T). and TK W aid TK 37 mad. players. It was now that the it after some hard trving with superb fitness of the Carlb Bears TK 3R (B>. TK 38 (It was seen to advantage, as their best—"Doc'' Clarke. "Fox" Pierre, and Jim Burrell—were strong ksaving the others trying at the enough to play through. During wextern mark, When thev mnn this period the Beara increased t,, the Beagle TK 47 (Ti was sethelr lead and half time found rfin d. TK 37 (T). TK 48 (T), TK tho. score 24—9. 3f (B), TK 38 (Bl. TK 36 (B). TK A* ihe beginning of the third 4S (T) followed in that ord.-r. AMc rnundfnr the Bay Btreet "Md in TK 40 fnt TK 37 (T). TK 33 (Hi -'h rh gi>t out of the following yachts int" shortly after rounding F Portillo. H Pnrt(ll>. |l n it s f... in • UH in \ \NAI.VMS Women members of ihe Mulvern Club will play men member, in a nctball match at St. Barnsb.next Wednesday. The Club is .1 '•nmparatlvely new club and netball is ono of iu chief games. On Wednesday night, some-tin:Rounding the U-agle X end the the netball match, the Club will >nd lap TK 40 (B) rounded it stage a dance. Mar.h-.li tuna • l> Alhlnvin 1; l4*l. -r\m %  t HI ION I.I I \m 1 v-. 1.1 li a is 0 1 %  Kl ION 1*1 %  1 S WhW I *%  I a "!•. Cov J" :'"' T K quarter, the island five were Symmonds, Quintync, Lucas, Edghill md Gittens while Trinidad had the indefttligable Doc' Clarke. Martin. Bethelmy. Laahley and Pierre. The Island's combination was fairly good, but the other players were affording Brickie Lucas too •few passes, and In this was lost possible goals Slack playing by home of the K island players allowed Canb T K ilear> to increase their lead furT K r: T* tgan Buch an itartanee as Unmir Allevn.-' Iretehlnsj o*it his hand in .. .11 tha ball lushing I %  in %  : lot lowei ill... the previous and .m not •1 pafiod %  :. %  to Increase then !• 1 and then fj I Ion ot ball ( %  %  The team' vvrre Trinidad C. Stephenson. C. Claike. J, Burrell. D. Martin, N Pfefl %  Bethelmv. I. ijishley and A. Hlalop Bon lo i. fl ("C.O.B.l. (apt.. "Brickie" Lucas Alleyne. R. Gisbon, II. Easttnond. G. Emptage. (College). G i t : e n >. Quintvne. Forde I Pirates 1, tioddard and Fdghii; eiigle was rounded bv Tedd\ d TK 47 (Ti I iporcd by Rnddv BVIHK* Vhi iwed him closel> The final mark was rounded In this order TK 4o (Bi, TK 47 (T|. TK 37 , TK 48 (T), TK 43 iT) l"K 38 1 It 1 Aiki... .William* ( Wal.otl c It Huti Sinilli iun Dill I. W.I...11 li G r,lhili -. .r II Ed'hlll I. fox r wa rm M-Kennb c a. % %  N *u-m k c. a. WISM-. S OrKTIIh -Iprt .-.ton. M.Nui b Cox Kins >uh b Cot "" %  I'llill.n-tnfc. Total -. ISS. 6 MS: 11..WI..M. U M iHkrll S I MS II Q M.....I Jni a l-.rtf. 4 I I %  '-"Hi.1 0 M 11 PM-lk : %  l-al-S. .i-.ra. net % %  I ..i.t .for 11 %  • itiakei liIIMl ANAI,VSt I %  < %  • 1.1 %  1 Ta 1 tea .1 ra Iffa ANA I vsi .u TACHT TimiIrt BMBl -.1 K-,....i nl >. r.llil. Tat. M S at a if a H s rn> 35 fcdrii R SI xt ra as u n as ss 44 41 4 T*iiinckt n sa 4ft "1 u as S ' S£ .m 33 nwn B", W %  11 01 m it 1 B fl SB T M SI • 1 %  : hi %  1 .11 •> •• 38 v. S3 SI 11 1 7 S %  1 .' a It ul M 18 1 B William. n SMahin 1 11 m"ll, v. IMMPI AI " irtlM > >' K.ii 1 HIi'-mKn h ** M la II i I"' -H I % %  I. KM. 1 <.... Hha 1 O II.u %  Ti ita Aob-r. im rti I-.,. NM l-a|. I .. I 11 STlKff 'B I I OCT. 12 NO. 245 The Topic of Last Week FOR HOT-HOT DAYS USt COOL-COOl TALC SootKniiiwfc and trap ant. k|r yw 43"rt-, and CMr(f Jg'jflLtf ITIK.I tOit. n.HI, ...tin. ..4 Ihnr The t**i h.. Ml Were Ukr Ike St —B (aa^msu Take ENO/S -it settles the stomach ^7" TALCUM lha L< 11 toe Mill ..ruination Sri cum* %  1 %  .1. 1 fixiSllI I airsethM] .Bair ,.h. hi ...a.. mo. in. Kheai ilh k-> did hla I %  ) %  o.e .I.t Will WOT... MM 1 .•' %  km it. %  • -.i mi 1 BMaaa 1 auld Ha\r aone to bad aaapaHwg Ihai ••" aaeaa Uana I M %  •"• KalfjSt%  %  ..,... :. %  .it am II r Ittlle aSaS*aS Wh.. • 8H] "ie bir.d .1 H..4.. ... Ka* tr fmevl* Wh* ea frafli neai %  '* "•' 11 %  %  iponsored by JAR BAKERIES irvakers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of JAR RUM 1 MOt* 1 %  %  1 1 ll 64 drink. I %  aj| I. % %  equcnt causa ..i nd**) Qoo, %  BU b u kj md gsshilastcg Plaajjgsai refreshing l-NO's li die aandt com :hc s\Alcm tegular. And H n .1 >al giurJ junnst mornu M0 ScOKSataMnoangari r 1 ir fa punjaiives. lilt p • nitablcforamvni-i!i 1 Jrli it Eno's Fruit Salt m
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    PACL SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE -I HfOAV, ' rOBEB 12. 1952 1. KLIM .......... . 2. KLIM kpi -it,... f..it'.i^ 3. KLIM q.alltr li always MHW*. 4. H"1i nil, in mn 5. KLIM w*4\ BMrUaMl to cd uk.i KLIM is recommended for infant feeding Of cOMfSl ">i "i Bat nor*., puirti and mote • M.Ik. IM. i.mr hah, M IM | |in A jn.i %  h KLIM .-nil. .. AL lYSpan, fatj aMariaV (j'_ jnJ caicr lu di^m. Thai h\ it i> n. bj di-lnr. . ptrlrffiil b\ moihcr* ','. KLIM U iaf la tho %  B-hoet concert at the T :,: ."-iv.il .i, n-i h a humorous *.< %  of afMU .. ieepi gSSMSM in UK she MWUfS keep* close lu Pupa She tatter iim o evrrv rehearsal Slavs io n*t-n and onngs %  HA of eiderdosn ease "ink he even knows about me [e in 'he value of money she tn!d me ^esler read* the newspapers" M. li.-1.x His food—a pfobUm • ways take good red rmiiesinme w;ip aung the u>ld 1 He isn't inti-reaird Bin he likes tour and wine sus. VP TMBf. Jf^ll ... WINfl IS THE ANSWER &*&M '<&% %S* xt \0 Brush f teeth with Ipana and you clean .hem extra-white. An.!, bo cu mg H the unique formula underlying Ipana'* refreshingly different" mint flavour, you fight decay by rcdiiiing aud-lornung bjilcna. Massage Ipana into your gums and >ou help keep .hem firm and healthy. In this way, Ipana acts as a safeguard against tooth-losses, more than half of which are caused by gum troubles For whiter teeth, healthier gums, follow the Ipana way I THE TOOTH PASTE.. -•%  •' REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT. 'cr.\ict o* ni'/oi LONDON AND NIW YOU* STOP PAIN> QUICKLY with Phensic... v\/A a^jjt-rThe lamous threefold action of PHENSIC tablet* RELIEVES TAIN. SOOTHES NERVES,COUNTERACTS DEPRESSION. No matter how intense the pain, no matter how awry your nerves, ltd you feel. PHENSIC tablets will bring mi relief and comibn, quickly and salelv. Remember this —PHENSIC tablets neuhci harm the heart nor upset the stomach. Don't accept •ubrtti'L-* Keep a supply of PHENSIC tablets by you, 1 Ph enste TWO TMLETS BRINO OUICK RELIfcf fROM RHEUMaTIC P.INS, LUMBAOO, -.VE MINS, I HE0CNES, KUML.M. INFIUENM, COLDS & CHILIS •J You anow. ne oltei. ... sun nu the same rood -nat ne dief wn.n be ta a poor man He doatnl sioUec much outside l *nh pride that to get mm to .-at i.ixi orien and 1 %  ; %  •ave a lot ot trun md no.w am .k i (i His rest. .. The luanlrii . >.-1 altn frl i i t r-.i Mr goes 'o tin] a: IJ Dui revet o %,e*p jnt.i U*r i( a on iv tiroiher tweausr ti • Hi evfn ng look %  ne .sr-rlmi on *ele%  %  ate Biimeio musie ov> the I DjtVf to SM M • %  al'er n Me iikM a ghm ot ind i -n.. *i I tor :i*! mm i IU noine. n a!*avi%  M • L-II.IT leular kind %  'He IR never urea gflsj i :>r coanieii l-.h some (eeltnn I can 'Hi iminedln'eh li I TIR orona His re I* so tiiack and cross and l know lie won't %;>*ak • .aril* • Mi i nrn i i %  %  %  II II M l(W < %  '.. out Bui OUI old • n t in .'. rnas I %  i ire ren ond nil i n ii and luti mall he i im iha' look on hi l \re Hh clothes. . beyond rnuix. out nt rjoai about n„%  id tm bfl ettl d*in. saa 'l\e coun:e 1 buv hin. >rd.narv nat and n' %  tata it into tn.n ^.l i ahape you *ee in U. %  %  "1 on. mm a Jloaa loi spec %  Just iXe thuied to weai *n-n ne * vounn and he wean it an -he 'ime. wbSB ne was unotogr*T)n~l ti %  he compared >h to one taken s long tin in an old rloaK ait h No; much 1irTrrnc* • here ? Papa loves ujtt ann rrav %  i%  nv his ladv fr.endi H a hun* eo'.lecton* sad Mmttasn His trinkets ... The caawsasa BBBM in.n r oil mill ...T.ILUI; |U.| f.; I Betore tinBOD atl night tr will put a IIM (older ol rumilv pno-oarapm n ni. brsmfi poekei inr : naoptn in mu i are -in\i.i. ii are on n: watch chain She will clip h: nmr an I i nv Onr dav before a nig performance at the Scala 1 "I'd to nn his moustache and What would sou do now it I chopped li r.ght off And The Countess Castelbarcv Betore | letl. tne Co n> iei gamut fhete he la' she -aid incnmii (he door oi ni* room And there he was—on eldertv I'Uck cwndlMtiek. Pt ic. %  I shapes to: oia ana pea u. and n .HI ordlnar. i tiom 13 to Sweet Potatoes are on the market again, at least thedonkeycart loada go lumbering down the road several time* a week. But. do wc get them? Dear me no! Who does 1 Ah. that la one of the unsolved mjrateries In Barbados at the present time Humour has it that they are sold—and you must buy 'slips' too—in town, but only a sleuth following the carts to their mysterious destination, und actually seeing what becomes of them could say. %  The situation reminds us of the popular song of some yearo back, which "-*nt something like this. "Yes we have no Bananas We have no Bananas today" Put in reverse, we might sing. "No wc have Sweet-potatoes No we have Sweet-potatoes today" The potatoes arc ttaMt all rigrht, but No we don't get them. Cor although at the sound of the carts, fat cooks, domestics and ml.ntrn.irt ruah nimbly out. clutching shillings and baskets in their eager hands. It's all to no avail. "Potatoes, potatoes" they hopefully cry. and what happens? Sometimea there is no reply; sometimes a pack of rudeness la hurled at the would be purchaser's head, whose only crime ia a desire to buy what the vendor has to sell. Sometimes a sarcastic "You want pokitocs. how juh goan get bm?" is the answer as the potato cart goes on its way without a stop. Of course the tweet-potato vendor is breaking the law, for the law says that if you have anything for sale you cannot refuse to sell to anyone who can pay. But In Barbados (In these days) breaking the law Is a trivial nwiUcr, so common as to pass almust unnoticed, or perhaps to be remarked on In the same casual way one might say of an illbehaved child "oh yes. he alway B refuses to clean his Teeth": Now what Is the meaning of this behaviour on the pait of the sweet potato sellers? Are shillings in town, of more value than those which would be neatVfld along the road, or the needs ot the town people greater than others? And this strange kink of forcing anyone who IS lucky enough to get potatoes to buy the "Slips" or the green leaves of the potato as well. It'a not la MJ there Is ever any difficulty in selling the slips,, for they are always In great demand by thoso people who keep goats and rabbits. But naturally the sale ot Slips is a side-line and Is not necessarily attached to the potato selling. Why then is the unfortunate housewife, who probably has no goat or rabbits to feed, forced to buy slips when she only needs sweet potatoes? In order to get the potatoes she buys the slips for which she has no use, thus depriving someone who needs them badly. It just doesn't make sense. — L.E.S. No doubt a psychologist would explain this extraordinary behaviour as a deep seated "inferiority complex 1 established in the days of plenty when-the boot was on the other foot, and vtndon had to exert themselves to bo both polite -find obliging in order to sell their goods at all. Aod maybe the psychologist would be right. But such explanations are of little help to Hat k' Bssisl public, and no explanation can hide the fact that It Is a low type of humanity who reacts in such a way to humanity's need. As a rule the need s of a fellow creator* brings out, not the worst, but all that la best In others, and It would be reasonable to expect that in th: .) shortage in Barbados to-day —. a situation worse than any cxm this island In the iy* of the war — that the hucksters of all food stuffa would co-operate whole heartOMUJF and sYmpathetlcally with the housewives, i-po after all ITB been mu still i rt their means 'it support. What sort of specimens arc these people who aware of tr-o dire need of others, can uj as a soap-box from which t.j wirki their own Imaginary authority In such a way as to make a bad situation worse? sag are forced to admit tftal such are the vendors of Barbados to-day, and wer the .situation laa serious, t. • -f the*,. pOOpll vvuuld be Inughablc But it is not nmusmg to be refused the food needed fo r a hungry family, or to have insolence and petty tyn.ni, hurled at your head because you want to buy a pint .,[ pc a potato. Of course had Wo -, well built market what I different stury il would be! For there, und-f proper Police supemslon. law arid order would be kept .„„! the common politeness due from vendor to buyer enforced. But there is another example of how Barbados lags behind every other civilised place Even th" gmaUaM w.i. Island boasts Its marketing centre, where the housewife can do her mjtkelim? in comfort. These market places are not only a great contreoltoot to tui people of the Islands but ., .%  litre of attraction to lourMa, where they can see the fruit and vegetable of the plan en maw. Hut m Barbados Instead of tin and well ordered market, whnt do the tourists see? .in array of disorderly Insanitary sellers sprawled with their basket of goods all over the town. Every alley-way. sidewalk, doorway cluttered wnh them. while peeling* husks. empty mis god worse are In m\ laenco. Well perhaps by the time our great-grandchildren an spending "ttk t n dt on the Moon Barbados may get a market. You never rs %  | The Ali.de ia in.id. i i black a>kr;iiK i*.. a mandai a na atcning base has Mngtt glossy ..laiied RUTH LINK SEES LONDON The Moment She Opens Her Mouth A younc American lournallat wro has made a big name f. steitiay Naturally, the first thing 1 did when I stepped ashore was to look for ENGLAND. I lookx-d for it In the porter who fetched my bag, but he Wag I old | thought I would hive to :rry him the last few yards to the taxi. He was detif. loo. 'Arc you Kni-huni • I shouted at him in my exuberance. Yes. thla is England." he replied. The line of taxis ..i the k*ra unhinged me. Thiy wtrt baaCJi boxes on wheels, .md someone had lllched the left front door off every one! Novas mind, I got In the one Methuselah chose. I said the name of my hotel and the driver shot away In a courageous attempt to crash through the sound barrier. I found my hotel in a dismantled slate. It is being redecorated [Or 'lie Co..matnm. the bellboy explained, to make the appearance as fancy as the prices. It was not spiritually England because there was a sign saying %  -American Bar" — though 'hey claim that describes Its ts-!e rathe,than Its clientele. The Girls %  > I. and then went out Io seek a hairdresser. I wandered up I windy sVurw.iy into ll UatUMni \shere four girls In smocks were fuming over what a fool Gloria was to leave TOOL Just as 1 was becoming Interrsted. one of them nnticid ine and asked me what 1 wanted. As she plastered n-. v at lel locks with. British determination. 1 cavesOn the n-\t episode. i .ems has a good Job and. what's nXira important. the lower floors ot id concluded that the must be the rulntd pends his week-ends tending his housed Ir irothrr's garden. ptiacaa, .. Gloria — the little fool — has pedestrian been playing the Held for years, nobility, and has never had a'nicer beau, When I disembarked (on the and still h throwing him over, advice of the other passengers) Why? and Joined the ranks of the name1 don't know, because Just less, I felt like a Giles cartoon (hen the drier went over my character. head and I couldn't hear a thing. 1 approached a dapper, bowlerAftnwards the girl told me I hatted gentleman and inquired ewed 10s. 0d., and as I fumbled after the whereabouts of Fleetin my purse she came down to street. I was silently wondering Bs. fld.' Was that England? why he carried an umbrella on When I emerged from the such a sunny day, and dlscovbeauty parlour my "casual look" cred he uses it to point with, was gone, and my head resemIt's straight down that way." MM notnlni so much as a bowl he said. "You can't miss It.'' f overcooked spaghetti. I am told that you know the feeling. Will. II know it now I soon forgot that .. % I queued for the bug. There was nobody els.aradtlng, hut I queued all th came, b iau.se I have heard %  It a must in this country, "On "On the left?'' I asked. both -ides of the street," rl firmly. And, sure enough. It was the same street, travelling Incognito lurther down. As I entered The Brave NewWorld of the Dally Express The Walkers building I pondered; the porter. As wc careered through the Gloria and Tom, the bus ride, streets past dirty white pillared the buildings — wat all this buildings, our more overbearing ENGI.AND? than the next. I had the impresProbably not. Well, tomorrow's sinn that all the shops were another day. . By VENET1A MURRAY THE moment she opens her mouth she gives herself away... i/ the tayt. "Have you seen Rashomon?" and, when you say you haven't heard of It. adds: "It's Japanese—and X ctrtlflotM —and quite fascinating..." THEN you know that she's the type that swears by sub-tith':i and the first two volumes at Proust; that her ideal of happiness is Love In a Garret with t poet and nothing to eat by candle-light. In short, that she's a thoroughly bogus Intellectual snob. IJ she saj/i: "I've got a feeling that you're going to be the second .big thing in .my life," and when you ask her about the first she tells you — and adds. "I still walk Up and down the river by myself, thinking about him," and when you commiserate, .she says, "Well, he was beastly anyway — even if he was divinely good looking. ..." THEN you know that her child is going to be called Natasha and her second Sebastian; that "These Foolish Tblnfi" Is a password to tears; that she • if being fought over in the Civil War. In short that she la — In her own mind Rt least — a romantic. %  Q. And A. 11 the saps: "But I've always wanted to know about forestry" when you *ay you're a farmer; and "Oh, you must be so brave" when you say your one ambition is to climb Mount Everest THEN you know that she'j studied "How To Make Friends and Influence People"; that she is fully nware that a man Is always flattered at being asked about himself. In short that she is determined to'please. II she tayt: "No, I don't but do you know Johnny?"' and when you say No, adds. "Well, 1 must introduce you — he'd 1* a terrific help to you In the Foreign Office,'' and — later — when you remind her about .t ahe says, "Darling, I forgot..." THEN you know that she calls everyone by their Christian names: that whatever she says nt a party she won't remembe,ncxt morning; that ber Jokes are not her own. .In short, that she is amusing and oh! so useI—UE.R. £laAks SANDALS for foo'Phuii4k-~Ji& cktldrt* for jtfktmp,f A new perfume for YOU... 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    r.\r.r roi Kru:v SI/MM V ADVOCATE BCNDA1 ..( fiilim II li2 CLASSIFIED ADS. I'l III II \*l IS I'l.ltSOVtl TElFPHONf 2S0f KEAL ESTATE niu. 1IU.0. Oeeald A jutw A Wh* If !• MI" K. |Ht MAKTM THANKS %  Ma vi..i.t lo ran %  %  QraM or i Grant >graitd dauahU-i H %  :: 11 %  %  WABXEB—We. the underrlgned b' Owougt. thi* raaduum lo e.lrr.d thai., 1* the M-.dinufr. SLR ana Pupil. the BOM' Foundation Brh. ue wreath, rani*. letter* and In othe. w* raptc-cd .vmpaihv witn u> r nl bereavement occeaioned lit the death nl our beloved *on end broth ar Liaie EMC Wain*' The W-nn Family It 10 M It, IIKIVMIV m, lhe undnm^ Ix-. through tni. r. -i, to all IboM kind friend, a l-i •cut wreath., letter, and •) mpalhl.e.1 wllh aa In OUT d beiea.e'n-nl canard h> lb* death nl Martin L Wilkin.ni, Oarer Cial.g %  Father %  O* Wilkm..n >.ife>. I*i... VUMfalPn ..neon 1H.i|Mf Giibeit ,.| ritigerald Kellni • Friend. II I* M-ln IN Mr.MORIAM i on SAIJ: ALTOMOT1VF %  o*j r aa* rrandali. ATHtiifV CA> (Mr >l' A^KM A-* < "•, t'aST JlKT Iff 1. "^3 T>.. ,...,.,u 9& AR Oar At—rfc'• H F %  an. new flatter. Be..-. il Prefacl In Bind roei r..... %  Mi It 10 | %  .'. ii., •!.• OB %  ... •* % %  ,. %  II l M -In A J I —KAV uul, UW N.i %  **• Oaod Condition tN ItriiiVIlJ* Going lor Only CI.aU> Net I Bedroom i Partly Htnnr ** %  ft ATCOVr II.II OaST *1 I*-".el IN TVDOB A Larg* ItloMi biiiiiim Premie*. .rittng M IMb) .y l*th ip to WedneCKtober Fort Ho..I Garage I.M. 4 10 M *n . for a M Can Yuut iv An•,!. cmnit ta Only c:.-**• NatIN NELfiON ST -A Prami-. a gy Rrnu.n.r "id. Can Yield about Going (or Only CAB M 1010 h-r Kedan in •nuted lo Juno I ..I Ml M: I standard Ihl' TwoI condition and lull) IBM What afljBal • 1 A. Ch motto, S 10 51 In CAK Hllhaan convvrUbli. Owner inven. only done I0.0B0 mil*., a bargain !" wi Union Bro. nui toli 11 10 M > CAM i IBfl M.in.. %  II r i itl> ivpoinlrrf and th*rlird : %  II m ,d l.-nd HOBRIS ni H A,.i.l. i Km, Bwhrli Slra.1. }0 10 S3--J OrUilH-i o %  I of (• ul %  bta i:ii,i I .!.!.' For II. aiwayi rnooa-a th* l~i PtafJ rrn.iilwird DJ lirrnuilnr Anrhrr !•( (,.,,|. K.ilh. r-.infc. irhildrrn. l-.n I i %  U I* 1A-In BLWIIIHN In Inviri. "dpar Mnirifi Mitui, TT.ra.rM who .Bed Ocl Ml>. IMI Ona \a.ir haa paaaad ilne* thai aarl day Tha I • W Of red. ii. %  main Itnph drdri <.i ll'it*llolnn. lOn IIPBPAB1 III thryatat iWlndawn luld Driva AulomatMOdaH I -",< iMally new Apt-I) ,. Mr T Mvdnry Kinrn or Mnm ourtny Uaraj* ID "' '-" lta N.i UOWTHIM B*dJ in*' %  "'lM aq B %  tfm4 N> MUM. HOW ^ HIS I A FOUND ^-rs-.a^sl V 1 l'.-l'1..-. -A Vlald aboi. van ino aUlt Cnod ind. Bai.i U B hi. Colnd (oi only CN0 Not. A OdM Biitldina d*bi r inu In ii* natiir ..nt(-n wrdrr %  taa.ad by ana AMNOI.D PaHfcfaB, I-..-I llatMl Armur SHIPPING NOTICES .!,-.•*> wanvad t(>u .1 W o.y whf* SkVMKK OMUni rf VT.law, NHL I do wot BaM LyawV iiiw.ni CAII IJl/sr LOST blarh and *hib> rai wltB i-ft No tall C-ll Bt-ab" %  My reward** Mann* 32Mtm, Mi-laojrnr Hi.unis IAIN IJI In PToby n But Stand. r,.4d CBain. HnaVr will ba %  rwardad tn rtlurnlna HPW tn Advoral* Ai ajtaadjal II %  •.• %  > WWllll 1)1 I f ll'.WI I IVIiUl.l'SI. .,, I, .. L... ham Boad (hn-i Church, (ioyaanmant wain and Eltrtrlctty inatallad. Ini (.non* AM* II 10 Jl ),i BTOUtl (handlna; < 1-nd >itiiatad In Thotnj Hh nl SX Bit. Iila Phnna *4M WaLWO VCTfa g A Uja. a* .,.,.,, „„, mill knowladd* of bnok-liarplni Ooo.' •.ilarv paid In in* rUlhi prraon Appl by IMtar aal>. atallnx qiuillAcallona. ani vni-loaini ropira o( rvrmt irlr'riw'i Unly quallflad and riparlancad pnana mail %  ;> _ J N PtPtlBA at SONS. MaichanU. Rkrhatl Slraat. IO 10 ta— IO-Mle MWS HASi < \N A*. 1 A TAMJC nNMn JACKS | I Canadian National Steamships ^ SI. laaaaVfa lafafl i I III IK H BAZAAR I ., • — %  !• B. aind patmBaMon •' !*• at x V w;ll br l<> aiiaaddtaM ADVOCATE STATIONERY Ian I • % %  •radar Ud* Badnay %  aaadlaa eball.af.r Maalraal H.l:i.. I Or I ton 10 Ocl I] Oct M Oct TT Oct 4 No T Nv mtios m ov MIBTNBOI NB •tdy IftaBPJ BE* < anatra*l-i Lad, n.a... VaaaAlaa Chal Aaadlaa CraB) Am*.. BarbadaIt Oct Oct Arrl.M ArrWaa Arrt**. %  —..• SI laba Hallla. •A Oct 11 Oct — Nov • Nov — It No* IS h. | !>,-. 1 Oa. 4 Dec — n %  Dae — t3 f>c IT Dae It 10 St THI'l-K . i n Hi rra> l ,l ( %  ,!.. MM|j I'Unlall.m. M %  .10 St -ii LAND A 0 pf.. IA.UI0 aq ft of L PIU VlHaffa. Bl Jamaa i.n the M MUI. a very nlcr building Ml. Ph il i M Clarhr. jama. Bt.aH IS W.flB— ELBCTWCA1 . •ad irand n-uaiiu, Juhr Anala Herb who fall i.*h'|i al lir 1**1 air ul 4 on "ir IWH Orlotari. Itdl /aih.r *hi. ii-.t aaihar'd Our dear Hill. Juhr lo raat Unln Tl.a me yi.M bar But* Ti k>..r>l fc—i B.rr (ii.i,.baiaaj by Mi I d*-id B lU-i paaai T l> llllrt.. Plain, laic Taayapnn > %  Kenneth .uncle-, and ar l>ari<' 111*91 irllMKIS Ir. an af Char lie Pi Li. Kili.d Ort MB 111 1 Ca.,-,i: II Ai, •He unl) 1 .ii %  %  II —— II 10 SI In rUVNOI)NC%MB!iT6 FOII lltvVI HOtrSrS a PLTBY ' %  Oiowma roomi nd vriand.ilia Modri. n .vmieiHr. Pha-ie IBM at. C C 11 10 Ba-*. MAC.HS I'l VNTAI !'1\ IIOISI lucy Ideally Inat.d Apply A (1 HuafciiTda \M siondlatt. ni Janvei n FLATB Alir.lUiH HIT One ill ThrP* T.,|. I>..i. Bedjoom llnw-mant Ap,..y lo Mr K C %  .i 41M m S* * PI.AT Very mnd.in. lull) •nailda rlnl al W lainnv Oap Tiee lx>und and p .I.'STII in r I "ti nd in Nl. C.'l ton! aeah..thin|i Oat at* %  eiap...,. Appl) Maraaol i*.n rui i %  -,-. Hoi io m SB:iIM 1-1 lane araudr .ippc.aloi^' houaa tn Bl Imraar* Gap. formally .Miami a. Ralleiv llouar ^ lai.e II. i. rodOM. LlVUid HIKHII. Verandah. IBni. Roam ale All modem Convi Iiutuia Trleplioiie. Gat Stove. Datli %  nefrlfernlnr. Ideal l..i Ui|. ran I I lion. Mareml IleiWh Flat B40H | !' %  M ..^ i IT limn. IL-Cll •ate. full) 1 ,'I.Lrl i B.iiuwl"" -, ... :.l-. Apply Phati. N i ail aViaV, itio *J i MA Ml kTTAM *.. r m Baa .. k'l.h Irani OUaWi lai aw I Pullt la'iiahod. aU AaoaVaT %  M Thla. i'-.ti• lo.. yard PI oo. am • ;t 1 1 I BOM>e.FATH -lair, rial 1 Bad il BOOM At L>eu.i, IVi I .i ..I I aa I.I.M-all. I I I M^.-rl rwfi l...,,i.n.d includlni %  l i el 11|erait. %  %  M>ne III* M i on m vt 1-1 'in II \riri NOTICE I'M' II M! HI %  >">! IV Thar* will be -n open 1 f,.i ..II Old Bo. on Th„r. .' IK Old I' WHITE POTATOES 8c. per lb DUTCH ONIONS 12c. per lb. Al No 11 Swan Street DKP-rftii/i Irlrliy pKin "Undlia le'icnn %  CoLdip-d III linporle.1. own. i ONf H M V a/aaBina 1 i SAM %  mger Apply Mr Corb< Il io aj-ji. njENIiUM rUIINITlKr: NrIl rr Mt * Plei BB>. Baliy-. wardrvAyr Ml tn.ii" \i ri.-i. 0IS3 II IP as I.IVKST|.k Appl' ., 1 swin.. hn h. Oradnaa Hall Tan.i..' Iinnr UTa 10 10 UIi PIOfON* King.. Honiei*. Tipplri. aii.l PtMMhl mimphrcy MBm Ml HI0M In llanip.liiK tOWl mo PtuMM> A3B3 • 10 A3 I f i MISCHJ-ANFOl'S AN rK)t 1 %  of every daaarlpUat ilaaa, China, old Jewel.. On. Bllv. •In ura Barly book*. Mapa. Aiil>' laph* etc. at Qm ingaf Anlhiue Kli. dJoMag aWyal Vailil C'ub 3 I U—I (,n BAAOOatABH u„. v...." Baaoarapl IIB •t-AI> Oruin It W Wetnl.i laawelB Cua-i dial a*4t II 10 SI -In i.H* GIN KIM i. inpi. dmtlllrd -d AaBnl 1 •i.a% t OTTON IJNT I ni rtwini Kmaa I 1,1 t,' :-' .i Plaal-e Ham Cnati I 40 e...-li Nt.w!.I'laMic ll-in raatA3'' ch. I-die. Kali, cunt* llar.e .nei 13 F* rach BpecMI LadUja' and Childrer' .' IH each The Mode Bi.^a.1 Btreet 10 10.SI Jn ii MinwABF Wa lit ihal cannot be, tr-ew %  %  II in :^ Ii '•PKOMUfTt • lour bat %  jane, drawing room, dining mon aler tnthat and balh. kilchen. alrcl. light. ? Ihouaand aq fl land William P SMeete. Upper Han Hall IT.... Boad it in --:, MlSCKl.LANF.OrS ll'IMSHIIl BUNGALOW American family dmrr* lo rent on Laoae lurnl.hed bungalow along the Sea Caaat with two bedrooma. linen., cutlery. Move and Brlr.grrai.il for ona year or n. ri from llth November IBM Kepty l.lottel O l^ncaater. C>m>lrulor Bechtel. Apt. ISA. Cludad Bolivar. Veneiuela. 11 10 St Tn I'ttiilTRTtKA Double roof. ih~d. i-allng Stand Ind an A.A4A aq fl „f ),,,„ %  .1 Marine Road %  P roperty wood and wall. Oallmy. J and Dining Room. I Pl-dn-.m. W C A Batn S.44A aq 11 of Und Enter. prH Ch Ch U.oao aq ft of land. a> II.Hiding Site at Maawell Hill Ch .t Hrltton. Hill Shed Hug. Kllchan. out offlcea Ivanlied paling. | 1" B Gr II 10 BTAMI-* Accumulation, clean dam.iaed uaed pualage atampa or c I ,1 l-|hr.t ciih prlcea an. i %  WOP A. a going concern "THE JANETTA URESB SHOP For UrABg aatd condltlani apply to Coltla. CaUord AI7CTION r arv ENEAPJfarr iheh r.ARACE on TUBHUAV 14AB l P in VAUXIIAIJ. 1 IBM SEDAN IAK . ,-:.lii.li,.n. ol IIM biua.,e Caaji pal I -III .ell a II nflJJIiTr A CO 0 \KAGF Tt EBDAV lath at 1 p m %  Il lilli.KJK SEDAN I AU >Hli v II both d.....h .ed by nui PUfU> MrKi'lHV llfllAN TAB DAMAO*JD IIV At ( I1H.NT T, ( ,„. ,.l, It AIU-*1I.K M.Ki.Wll II 10 SI II. CrlEVROlXr THUCK low Model jmd MOMHIS (tAlllON 10 h p IBBI Model We Bra lu.tiL,,-!,.! I., —11 | H .IIlhe damaged ichKia. bv AUBthW M Ihe (*i-irie.y ttorage i Friday llth October at 1 30 p in .<>>< %  JOHN M BIADON I laUa-N Building.. ph I"' o, ,. 4n of I John Krilei >e m aaU B.H I KHM..|. Mh Ate) aB"'I'l'l %  %  %  .r Caa*..H. Man i. iliwr. all in Hah 0B) Am ('halfa ai. ea ..bi. Ha mini Tablaa. i ili %  ati .,,., MB* l.i.k.r parll..Ur*. aagrly BB— GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD.—A(nU. SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR i,i/ri.v/fl MI:SII WERE. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cornrr Brud Tlriw IMrt CALADIUM SHOW on view at nil I I i il \ I I ST. rKTKB dAily unUI October 20th from 12 o'clock (noon) till 6 p.m. in aid o/ ••I PETER'S DAILY MEAI. Dancing is a good Exercise Bui it is aVto an Art The "STAR Bl'DK" DANCE AND THEATRICAL SCHOOL Enroll you ClBBBeB now '. iinuiji tor .Ctuldit-n and Adtilte. ConUct the Principal or Secretary MISS JOYCE CLARKE Asaistant Secretary MISS PAM POLECREEN. Hantings. Ilood working I i lliiinir Kllihcii i %  %  i%  i.-T i %  i.. l hild I'haal I I II Shell el !%  -t .,1 11,..-. Hed.trad lle.k. T kllfd Mahog l-ie, .hien lle.l.prr .id. and "incr Hen Bat. II K orliarb Trrma CaBti HK.VSKI It. TKOTMAN a% CO., AuctlBBrera ron sSAUl MISC KLLANF.WS INTHAH rOKN I Norwood Pl.nUliiM buahel 1,> |f s; .: IM i> ioBJTEIIS A limited quantiAv T ii' plane on Wedneaday Book %  ;z;:z; T;; ,: %  l.UTtiNH lUENl'lt niFTO: a in. aold by all good groceca at TOC I. .finlUI. Hie be-t and Ukea leaa to U.. up man other rornae and there I. I oupon in every tin thai may be e h-nu-il |.,r gill pieinlmna a. featured .< he .how ri.ar at Ihe B'd... A.: ,nd John P Hulaon Ltd Agent. II 10 S3 I. I.ACNCH Cabin Orui-ar. "wo Pong. %  il .'. l aaalaAa with I ..ill. of -a.l anlu., and chain. • ft. d lender! For lurBhar particular. ABa MiP A Cl—nnn 3 10 M Sl'HSC-BMIE now M Ihr llallf Telegraph. Hiigland't leading D-lly N.wapaper nc. rr-aal III llaibaih" by Air only a Iriya after publication In tottdoei. Conbi.l sn i. qurx r !" me I Orh-e srt'K ha. .rti .1 I ,. ... I,,.,. II. II 10 SB In TWA Ik Mongaa ..fahet Diem alive. .. • %  aether Not even nap. throw a plec ball inahl* 40B4 II 10 SI Iii oti>~1 1 in leiigtm .re Phone 44*4 ,d Arti".i..l BPTJtO, ^ti" I I M1N IhroudbOUl lh' hava Inoraaaad their through rAudylng cuurari .n POOKKHI'lNd. laBTAHVSJlll*. IIUB1NEB8" •AJOIATION. C'OMMERCTAIIAW. ECONOMICS, ate. Rad'^Od | [C4X io ovcraea. .ludenU Dlplol'i.>.pe.-lu. bl I ONBOB "Hdill *• fBMMUi r iDapt li A M iff High Holl l. i MMUi-a. chgaa bihle lamp I aab tr.. iMaai.uaa. Bab*a pram. aaahogMB, .half ithbl .;.,. : IBAB aud aloul. kli ssatt read I eBaaapaaTBa Aiu ml ) I .. • H low re.erve prkre BUefOALOW Situate In Botklev New Road eanim.indiiitf. a magtilfkrnl view nf Ihe r.nlf Otmraa kinobrtructed tn IB* aea II (ompriaaa threo bodAna with bulll-ln .upboard., drawing and dining room.. modern kitchen, toilet and bnili Do*.n*lalr.: Hervanl*' room with toilet and bath, garage for two cara. and enough room PAT laundi elc. The prppe*tr atandi oc approvlmaiely IB.000 aquara IVB of land Bl NCI ALOW Situate nl Oraeme Hall TatTBBM verv attractively de.lgnod. comr bcdionrn. with toUeta attached, dining and i. kitchen, verandah to id a nice patio to the eaat The property Hand* on approKtmalaly S acre of land %  VANTON Situate al Top Rock comprtaing three hedroonv.. two with adjoining toilet i.d bam. .pare room thai can be need a. a breakfaet loom or thUdun. nun" and dining room, kllchen, toilet and bath with bot and cold water. .BillOh to the aoulh and patio p. the north The outB*Uldlna rompn-e of aarvantt' mom wltn lollet and bath, and a la-ge garage Inagiection by appomlnient B8 COVE APBIMi COTTAGE A lovely cottage .landing on 3 rood. IT pech.-. of land Mtuate at St. Jama. Coaat having III own private bathing beach, and OB.iipri.ln* three bedroom., wllh private toilei and bath lo main bedroom. drawing and dining roomi. European bath with Bot ami COM running water 'and aapaiate lollet. modern kitchen. •nd a goUacr on two aMaa. WTNB-DVBB Ovarlnoklng Ihe vrr, boauutul Bia M-II> ay. ft Pet— tl Ing on nppruaimalel) 4Ui acre, oc i r.tcive orchard teieeted Irull ueea tiprlM-. Ihi bedand Bath* wiih hot l*rge vcaarlaBB laM having %  Ki EBt**Bl %  I M m toilei ••] :old --I Filenalve out 1ndry. workshop Thia been eatenaivoiy rcn> present owner bedHinnnrni Situate in an*. OBt] ftllch.-*el. fiimpli.lrg I room* tombmation living ..-• glning room., eeparale toilet and balh, kllchen allh built-in cupboard*, verandah the *.h-ile lengtn of the building. The oulbulldirur. compriaIwo aervantoi room. w*ui aalcr toilet and a garage for lero Cara Tho above property rlarada ,.i, -pproaiinatelv : JOB %  quare feat • if land TBl. louee ha. B-> and mi rleclrlc ralionina lnapca*Joei by appolnlirarnl nlv REALTORS Limited BEAI. ESTATE AGENTS M CO). AI*, W.VJL I .l,-,.'.,,r 1 i-l,„i:. ol Good CUa Property and Land Alwan Available FOR SALE NEW Bt'NCAICW IA5IXir I AND ST MICHAEL We gre meiructed lo oAVr thU vare de•Irabkt home constructed by a lead. n>g arm of building contractor*. The eecomiv datlon provide* t •pat-lou. bvtroon with built-in wardrobaa, Uige di awing rooaa, aeparale dimrg room, kitchenette wllh br*akf...i rooaa. and Urge pantry The garage and arrvant Quarter, are detached Main. water and quota af eleclilc light Thi. property la % %  B.a.el In a now pnd ualacl reeldentMl area from which there aea In. p..iioramki .lew. of Bridgetown and the harHour The .He la vary cool jnd The property %  able with from appro* '. tn 1"> arrea a* required I price aakad I. very fair indeed. We can recommend thla li.iing very highly. BUIIJ)INO eixyrs. IADOE I A Nil st Michael. W offer 4 ..Miu.ti.e lot. In IhU new development area, varying In .ire from 10.000 lo la.OAO aq It appro* aU u th excellent vlew. Water and ughi available. nHIC.HTV/OOD. St. Lao pleasant and comfortable propertv which mellow, nicely with It. • iirroiindlng. Own beach frontage and ever.lent bathing tacilltlea Threo bedroom., living room and dining room, kiuhen. separate toilet and ahower. wide L fhaped verandah broking .ea-warda BapIdeal ,.ide hoi, a good RESIDENCE. THE GARDEN WORTHING Modem coral atone bungalow on corner 1te with wide frontage. I'lraaai.l garden with flower bed., lawn, concrete patio, and number of bearing fruit treea Accam mod a t ion compriae. large living room, covered gallery. 3 bedroom, win bulB-tn wardraaoa. well fltt--* BttrJagB, errd Ma. int.* quarter, and all tiaual Rce. All public utlllly i*rvlc*a i. of the mod attractive home, iw available In the medium price MODERN HOME, St. Petar — A lii.urloii.',. appointed miden" -lib four bedroom.. 3 Hied bathroom, ver.iridah A kitchenette upatalr). wllh garage, Mfrvant." kl uur opinion thla property ;• 3 bedrooma. dining .nd living room, wllh hoi and COk*. buUor'a parlrv. kitchen, atoreroom.. 1 > %  r.ige* Thground, are expertflowering Bhuib. Own right ol way In aaa BEsiniN'im UK 1*01 K Soundlv con.trurtrd propi'il. — 11'. 3 bedroom.. I ll.mg room., dining room and gallery. On land Of appro*. I acra. IIL'ILDING LAND. ST IAWBENCE COAST Excellent plol -n good poalUon with wide aea lran>laa}e Ideal %  !•• for aea-oatVt biinga V aw Oaa of the few vacant lot. available on IhU popular eoart NEWTON LODGE COASTSolidly cm.I houae containing at lOtlea, .paciou. dr..i dlnliu) room, and bra S bedroom.. 3 pr.pi occupied by U S d MAXWELL, tnit buay part of town £1,000RWEa7ITIELD. Bl felar — An ealate l.pe houut bulll of .ton* CuaUiia large living room with rrench windowa leading onto coveted verandah, with view of •tea. 3 bedroom., kllchen. atoreroom. and u.ual outbullduigl. garage and eervanta' quarter* Appioa 3. arre. well laid out ground, with right of way over COVE BI'RINU HOU1E. BT JAMES — One of the faw proper lie. on thla popular meal arrah a e —u .teual> privet* aaa) BSeaVatad baU.mg beach The graaaada of about i, acre* ara well era a dad and could readily to coaaaraad Into one of the ahow plaaaa aa tho laland. ~ NEW BUNGALOW. FtOCKJXY Cammtdw-ji borne with 3 bod %  oanuv largo living raota. wider %  erandah wltB good vl.w. fcWoBBn. pantry. aaavanU' quarter, and •tararooroa Good altuaUon near Oolf Couraa £*39t nisi i-HllaST ie.ide.ic.with unguUily attroclive and unuaual Aaatu'e. alluatad in well wooded ground, af OVOC > .-neftpoctoue won prag n r t la n Bd verandah., patio. 3 large bedroom*. 1 wiih perture type .II-I.... tiled Engiieh type bath*. hut and mid water In baihroom*. I -i %  pantry and laund" Perfectly equipped nioderr. kilchcn completely tiled with -laiiileaa Ueel .ink and f t:ed wall tupboard. mad* to the higheat il-rdard Two cloacd and two %  Ian gacag**. .table*. 4 .rrvaiiD' r.mm. with uaual ofAcaa Con%  i.Bor ol mature fruit nee*, guava. banana, augar apple. etc and fan* lUaeBgea ; ,. bag %  %  i ...... an..PlantaUcno Fhnnr



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    ESTABLISHED ISM BARBADOS' OCTOBER 12. 19S2 — I'HH'K SIX U.S. Threatens To Abandon ANZUS Treat) Australia And New Zealand Musi g^w • J> 1 Not Demand Britain's Admittance ^Hltiese KQUS \i;%v in SIMSS onviit CANBERRA, Oct. 11 WASHINGTON has warned Canberra that the United States will abandon the Pacific Pad if Australia and New Zealand jointly demand Britain'* admittance to it an authoritative hwra to da] A Canberra aouMe Mid to-day thai Washington had it o/ai unwilling. i<> extend Ihe Part to countries cthtr than those alr.e;id\ participating and felt that France. Japan the Philippine ma othet Pacific countries had euual claims with ihe UniteJ Kingdom to ANZI'S TUl Arm i would nut consider • • pact even, auea %  large Held. Ministers heir ,i> BBOWlodae that the pact is in )eoparcij || iht only factor preventing Austi ilu ind New Baaland from auppo ting tha United Kmgilimi'claim. Th.source added dial anyway tha United ttatei feels anv arrangement* mad.btta/aan tha United States, Au*ti Zealand ara Immediately known-^ by A .-tralla and New Zealand to tha United KiriRituHi I in preeUea while not represented the United Kingdom will be fully informed at >" vekh> ments. The Melbourne Harud declared today that Australia must stand llrm with the United States in this "unl. .; menl" over Britain to the ANZUS pact The Herd Id described at "typical of some confused thinking In Knglapd." Reports that London hoped the Australian and New Zealand tovemments might press the United States ti> accept the British viewpoint "Thera oan be no suggestion of ens a/eakeolng in our common tics beoatBM AttatraHa does not crave Britain in the ANZUS Pact."—I'.P. 7 Terrorists Invade Tunis Radio Station TUNISIA, Oct.ll. Se.cn terrorists firing submachine guna and throwing; grenade* attacked Radio Tunis Transmitting station today in the Bftt organized violence sinco the French "peace offensive" began a monUi ago. Four French soldiers and a station official were woiu.ded M raiders bkUOd thiii way Into the building at De: J miles west of Tunis at 1.00 a.m. in an apparent attempt to wreck the plant. French Tunisian giuirds repulsed the raiders who made a clean get%  .. uge to Iran olttai which were ting normally. French aources said the attack was evidently aimed at lIleiHllia. proFrench hreadeaatg In Arabic preceding the impending United Nations General Assembly ult-usidon nf ihe Tunisian question. The station is the most imj>ortant means the French have .*oi telling at>out ihelr pnllrv throughout the Middle East v. here numerous Arab station* constantly support the Moslem case. —r.p. $7'Am. Water t ontrol Plan ForB.G. QBOBQCTt twit, .<;. Oei )i Th • Umied Kingdom OovernIMllSlO to tisfaH in itl control to i-st $7,612,174 %  Application has n.n 00060 fa .,u ECA grant of SBl! 1.000 to meet i..it ..he balanor of funds rei ,11 I foi I 11 Theme. Th i %  • araaon pio)ect vili ] Ih. cast lands lying lietween the are Rlvan and of the Rivi ram :. tret ween the sea and the inuiilhv of . %  iril utarj "' 1'iibo and of th* K i River, a tributary of the Demerit* M deal will command an area of IS9JQ acree. it will !!• improve Ihe drain%  ag and ImaBUOfj over 75.000 %  i now only 8 .and will N MOM 40.000 acres U i % %  %  I pad. After making im aUc I i ulMlnaa, there will re available for cultivation of drsinwhich 27.• lands, and also <;.545 acre* of m I which will be drained but not %  ( onil lei mi il the prop it will increase area of lands suitable for rice s aW W as i (nan B.0O0 to 32.000 acres. The construction of the project 1^ expected lO take live van.. Work wilLi commence in Canals* Potdei ai"a and at Waramla Cteek next month.—C.P. Revolution Brewing Up In Albania ft 'Mi Oaf n Mbanlan soui %  %  %  i rarolutlon was hrewing In Bank Onmmunirt domInatad homeland with i "imunist Party shaken %  aeaareaetiooa, m net ind %  %  The anti-Communitt Natkw ll conflrmed ieinrw" from Its own ii i %  u i : |. Osjanurad i nunand posts and other laataUauons erected by %  ft d Oovai ami at during iu seven-year reign of terror are l>eing deetroyod uaaoai ai win % %  They said Communist officials were In tenoi of ir-vMiiig With* IL! ('.Hi even despite strong police protection an Communist official was slain three weeks ago while makine a rublir ipaet h Under the headline "Revolt Albania", the Committee's news bulletin said, tinQflvernment wab forcibly urging workers to construct new pillboxes, alone the Yugoslav border to halt the flow of refugees inlo Yugoslavia. It said "our emissaries report that an intensified purge is taking place within Albania. Moscow idherents are being liquidated by their own leaderCommunist ivinpathizers are beuif Imprison* ed throughout the land. Several thousand people are said to have in t ti taken Into i dj racentl by the police Officers of the Sinuermi (Security Police) are fleeing to Yugoslavia and Qreeoa to escape punishment for the Crimea ot tlu Committee against the State trjtfch 1lv wen aowpr'n* 'o Retake Hill S80U1 0 REINFORCED CH1M1 nifai.Ti \ men oil the t w-y %  capital cqii.ptuvni to Uie value T" —IT.P. Doctor Marries 31 Days After Becoming A Man ABERDEEN. Scotland Oct. 11. I Dr. Ewan For be-. -Scm pi II, who MO I pipe smoking worn in called Elizabeth until he officially became a man only 31 days ago. married his former housekeeper in a secret romantic night Scots wedding last night. The 40-year-old man who had been a woman for SB years 11 months was married to Miis Isotoel Mitchell who is in her middle thirties. It was real 8oo*J and champagne was sent to the Servants' quarters. Miss Mitchell had been Dr. Fcrbes-SemplH's hou-ekeeper at Brag Lodge near Alford for the last seven year*. The marriage took place in the do<-t during the night : %  by a Scots Minister who had published the banns in his diukh taat Sunday. — '• %  %  $19,000,000 Credited To Brazilians WASHINGTON. Oct 11. The Export-Import Hawk aid Its Board of Directors bulged two eredltl totalling .no v than $19,000,000 to Brarillan bo.one credit of $18.000.0"(. is to the racentl* art Nnttonal Development Bonk and the other ol appnndinatair) St.860.000 to Companla. Barbota. Cre-iit to the Hank will be used to buy In the United Slide-., agncultural machinery for resale in both cash and credit terms j incipully to individual BraaUlBD farmers with distribution : %  be carried out through nut mil channels. The Bunk said "thii equipment will ataka an important COatribuUoo to tha continued expansion and improved efllcienc\ of Brazilian agilculture. -f.P. CROWDED OUT Education Notes erov.d.'d oul: Will appear on Tue-daj Communisls Protest To United Nations ihout 20.000.000 dolliirn. or ju.t i over £7,000,000. Mombasa: The S.S. Cltv of Doncaster sailed from Mombasa this week carrying | cargo of \!>Q wll.l animals and birds for Brillsh so.. The star attraetlon was a fullyfrown leopard, tame although lonly captive for rera Wreel veteran Kenya hunters believe bbj Iba quickest taming ever. Ne w Vert; <(\ ont with Tha Wind" i to be produced ax a Hioadwny musical David O. Matuck, whose him vei v 40.000.000 dolUn ( £ I4.MS.71.M. h r am h PANMUNJOM. Oct. II. Communist armistice negotlaUan aeeueed Allied delegates of brciking off truce discussions In to i i the forthcoming United NotfaMU QODOrol Assembly to "approve •he pltit of vour side" to extend tt war. Chief Red delegate General Nam II issued %  "strong protest" to the senior Allied delegate Ltout Geneial William K. Ha.nson over calling an indefinite recess in the lalka He said "your side mi full responsibility for all consequences arising troo action —U.P. Scarlett O'Hara." He will begin a world-wide jaafnll Hirl to play Srarl.i The overall lone of his address followed clotel] campaign" p r e v I c v %  paacta six weeks ago in Boi Idaho. The Dana al i aeafai Monday, aa the week will cent) Wv, mlna OMahorna, Loun la Texas, teanaaaoa, We I* Ii i p [ftah 'III ColLtd at Street u %  %  ihow wini • 11 eve ind to k* %  : 1 Ir H. G Cummin*, DapO to do that] bu aln aaa f**ler of the House of Assamt I5;irl >;ui "kinMa \ V^ork In Saiilolhnniuo, > Red Depulies Accused Ol High Treason i from die Doai naaan Ri public via Antinn.i evening by B W.I A when %  pi nt -i week m.ikin,: %  recru tmg Barbadian i >t i %  nient i M p IVi i tMl] A CO %  I nd will not .... buridiOJ now i i %  i Gallar) Bematrad i %  trti in .rably more Ughl %  .-,.< r can (ior. Stevenson Reaffirms Slant/ On Civil Rights %  ->k hn i ance ban i ti Mi N PNiighl. in New %  Square i ef< i i noil blunt.. • %  ta %  P. C. Catchpoll !. a %  i foi i" •X. : I % %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  a ..*lth I It] I % % %  ^II lit (intlll Hi added I BONN 00 The, Commit!.. %  of tin Wcai i mutiei ol nno "• landing poini to ., ':••!'. %  .n ;..,.. % % %  ^ l ,h men! ". %  c. i %  thai imimimtt %  '' ,Uuu —l .P. six Comrnuiin-i DaputbM should fcO r 1 '' %  ; . • be lifted so that Uu %  an ba tried 1 '" "' '" "" "o ih.irges of meting to high t %  '' N lurmrrly ireason. A spoke*,,w.n f lir ,„,. nf lh< Men Clothing UepariCommitte said loda reexaiunandaUon would probabl) U in Bui Mag (Lower Uou>ei i>. 1 Search tor Crash Victims Is Over HARROW. England. Oct. II. after P-iltain's second worst ii... %  "search for I is over." The dclh toll in the triple csash here stood at 107 identifiable bodies bul there a mutilated mortuarv says the spokesman. IlM linal tot.il when the patbatoejlat has flnished his examination of the iemalns will proL-bl> UHO." ) Scotland Yard said the figure stood at HO di.< fusion in counting parts of bodies. I P Outsit],-Gaiijij<>tition Caiisin£ Concern KINGSTON. Oct. 11. competition is causing Canadian millers considerabif ; concern, three representatives of the Canadian Millers Asaoriatum said here to-day. They added that thej were trying ways to protect the Jamaica market which theg had servt aimo>i asxtuarvaly for thv past thirty years. The on. travelling ir the West Indies discussing flour sales with trade and governments and left Jamaica today for Canada. They s-i.i it would take some time before the result of their mi--i • n—C.P. Mr. Attiee Will Hold Fast To His Parly's lop l>,,sl LONDON. Oil. It 1' rmei pi ime Mlnlatin Clement Attiee scid flatly on Saturday night that he intends to hold on tc the leadership of the laihour I'urtj md wa-iiud %  !(.•. ..mi. s" that he expected them to work an rna kwrn In the Houei of commons. Attiee JellVIled a biting a* ,, ZL'":,'^ "',"'" 'l l ht Ml Walter Fi.eh OtM N SS" '''. r r h Frau st.obaeh nrtl retaliation Miiee Aniuimj roUoweri .sco, he Met.., V Wth the.. %  ; "" [ %  • i % %  Biaking nt ;. %  y Tha Con muni I p i i| raeat numbei "hose concerned are Ml I West Gerniiin Cornmun ll .ii/ Fteiim i Fi i ndrich R Ul r em %  i me HtM MM M. IHi; IU AMI plans the trucking slecl industries. Attiee aiua U Labour Party could not combJi those moves eftlc ently tih di.-ur.ity in Its own ranks, lie aald %  I on, p-r%  ***"ai grounds, i sav T . %  1 ir rnoro baawrW %  individuals." Altte.. pointed „ut tli.,t leaderlip of the party in the HOUM> of norm u chosen by K l*rs there. He has a sizable mi r%  : ofllclakt, a w>m an said— I*.P. (ireece dels A Temporary Con. ATHKNS. Oct. It ... menl which will handle business in the interim bel I t i | iE. Germany Boady To Deft-nil Itself BBBXJH In a l %  Rau pledned %  Hen Hi I I %  i. Ihdr demand %  an gin over BCM.I, Tefthe seat in of the new Parliamc %  • %  'ne vital %  f Pur ha nt.—r.r. OOl. B/.U.kBLK\h VISITS ST. htrrs. urns iook Ua a % %  'IM... ill 1 %  %  — IP aataaa in .. i '*"*n f ,, Agrsiarn m I \ MS KI.I If/* / %  %  Km. IKGKYTIM CO ANTIGUA. Oct || ***'>' ExccueDcy the Governor, ttiai G". b. l^dy ltlkb the Dl%  I. IU .J. 'or %  fortn ghl to attend the f tha new t-effi % %  t IP 1 i p New Vaccine Against Polio YACHTS rounding the Beagle st the cad of the first lag. TJC 31 i wUch came first, TH 37 (Ti xr.A TK 47 BERKLEY. Calif, in... CM I racctna whu-h (ould be %  vhipfdna polio paralysis) has been and scientists say it is opening a wedge In the struggle ag cripplinu disease-. Dr H • rus Resesrch for the LAborat/jries of Peerl Rivet of the %  kg] eareaaoDti ol 'he University of Callformti's new $2.'r I tissues .if under the old 1 %  %  %  %  %  • % %  or roughly %  Af.PIOH—Makort r>* Iho WORLD'S CHAMPION CYCLE You are on a WINNER when you ride a Raleigh! A Rskigh was the aMM of Reg Harm HrufrNionaJ Sprint (.hsmpion for the secunJ anM m •uccessioo. Here is proof uf die wisdom of buying your bicycle Iron %  ('mipany with such great lecbnkaj esperiencr and knowledge thai designed sod budt the rwr8-brcskmg KAIJ-.IUH. RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICVCLS ". — —i Kainf* %  '' ..— .'.*..-, I CAVI. SHEPHERD ii CO, LTD 10. 11. 12 Ii O nrnad SIrrcl.



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    PAGE THII \l SUNDAY ADVOCATE The Function Of A Health Centre %  port an %  %  Mirft. from %  •.[* %  *. l on kducatloa, given •T tr,. %  ] )(. ..HI; Quran's. Park on m rduoatttai the • -i* 2 Ft NCT10N ^ a Pi ;' r "£££*~ %  .IIKMP .ipposnd lo trpaimcn ainwd at „„,„„,. lhr dl „ as m unm,.,,. Promininna UM iflmaBU of man. Dr c: t • I I cln wa atari.-, nmrbldltji .re Mmben "1 the Biirtnic"N Sanitary M Amrrican -. u-mi^ii. jwu hui bad mental on TTlUr* i.. ,%  ., ilhr, failure u noUcrly Dr. Readc. %  ... npM Hecrntly. ThloM-mirartaz.speaker.' al UM I %  nrcreoe* and he (crm which Ltea .,,.d Iswnicotinitacid hydrarM* spoke on th) dapti <>f imnmnilv. have given great promise In comIn public hrallh eduction Hcatt.'i cVnirt-" inher speakers in all iflartea, aartlbeUna even thi worse forma of Uwmi there i used aa w*tti beside* Dr. header, and Dr. J W In tl • I •>< ... more TB It i* too early yet to evaluate education In general, lo Urea* the rlarkntM who gave the inaugural >f the adult population have been their* Importance but nrv<. of home influencee, addrvsv aran Mr. Q %  *.ine In their ih %  new era in the chri> appy %  on Health Education, Ml H • %  IP> '"' Tuberculosis, dirty, In 'h* the tissues of the Inn ,,[ th ,hild %  t-nowly damaged, sur[em to MM* i lasting in.preasM) rnajrjteal treat— a(#T m u n ,. acboot'l twK HatV Vlillhn i pal -"' he.Ti# mrnt m arTeeiing .. rurf Artillnal (ven durill school days moat t* Sow Asne,!. of TiilierriilnaK n"n.molh.., or the mtrodit n ....^ Dr. Rcade; M Vaughn gave th. i lulu employe rnet. .fKtraxH aim at reaung the afi-eraon and sai lung*, bone* and fueled lung, especially where cavlsurrounding* l, Z\. V %  l <>* The mlM. I. t .uje^c ma) dleal offi in puUktaMltt I ,,,.,. ixM.es and fcctcdlun We look fur • 'ice. A Hen I %  %  trained tl iuT^itf VandiTm'chl ''' %  '> •"'' direct the work o! ,."„, %  -...,) II. Visitors. nldiaphragm.ill. nw Speaking on UM control of r.l : lv will he conaidThe advent of modern anacsthe..rpojfi.ed hawsea, he said i vtaied. Now sia has opened anoUiM Bald -i Matttl ..ureaby focuaab : %  % %  rial ...-.!. %  %  %  Inii tin i mora aWawtTi ii.utorai and signs wfUeh I Imrowng the rewould probably eocouraaa In th. la take ataag to coutr..! I-oss of weight, movai of th.upi>er fnre or ate rl oa paranU %  oi H .... couaji ind '."'I.II-MNK ,, "'. lun K. '.l u ;i.'lr ,l Xi apoortbiUty. .. nut %  nd minimal st(i I ich depends upM • %  tlon wl1 Mlth II dfUJ r.t the eare of lh hild part of a Ring k also^done m S^.J lie clinical dil %  "? !" *. nartPH -' pox ana typhoid at aarlx 1— „„_ %  „„„ „. ,,,„ ,.,_ u 11 „, ,i„ „.h.r u i.iiifteiU'd ^ .1 tm bad to apaca bag BjMaUi nceantl %  mdn had been Immunl .. uiuals POM t,. in the rln i-'.my or 'he removal of into iniowled|i nvoulinf infection, -boui Ml cxamhiBUoB of tha lungs, and the other is unatTetted ,„ (K v| lirs R nd how t Ithei So much for the medical ireaiaVB|UbIe materials to coon ndei the mlcroscoixf or in culture f!ent OJ TB % %  ^.• %  •JJJ advaonaBB. as to the benefits of how to With t'ducaappracaw lubWele H i l.l,, lleMth B.I1, the programme .i .. „"M ,nipta,t wou pV dlWdaoda.Individuall ax'," ""' ,'"" „_ 1 '".. 0 IintioninK n ml ihoru-ges of nt b) UH i ..Ml!I theii was iiureaaed. It had not come into wi %  • % %  .i i >•! When it came to the wclfari achool children, ni.-dlcnl Katinning a n ftHMl. pooi houatna onditioni and wa rtand to i lama fr tha large numfmssi^sessurssi sttzztt^zs* -** Clean Milk Mr. II. 1. Bell speaking < I' I "' pulsory now in Hniill. Ciechoalotad 2r.0.000 strewed th, n Britain in 1938 Furcarried out .lean milk supply. i milking should be with clean dry hand: lh„ an unhealthy. ,11 Sli'k I BavS "'' %  '' .^ !" ^ Z^ t Z$l .^ r*^ M T 11 ltat .Sff,!! nourished .-mid. i-in,uet of M-mloux preferably. Li. ">ontha d homr hrfore Iraalul#n s>ls should leave as little as —-%  ,,, .. 7,,it. .,,,,1 UM Mori, or Vollinvt "' onX c; '" ** "dequately begun, poaaibksurface area of milk exKivc her the boat opportunity ""„ _. MMM _„„ .-Hiftaroohv No one can deny that the reto produce and ,w a heillhj "'.."'J^.Zffeh^ Mm v^ I "•"•"''> '•" "" ... % %  L.-"l "' M,. Bell ...nUnucd "th. molt chUd. Hiu. rcducina maternal and Aa _"^ ".." ','' ,,,^ JTcoendln. on T "• ,s "" %  rwponsiblllly of the .atlalactory m.nho.1 of diatribut%  n.nl morUUt, %  J / ..',.'. 0 imenl I > :" % %  %  „.. : mitt ..,„ %  i,.. .!,„ LuUlc. numerous ractora, tne coav oi a „__ _.i„„_n„ ,„„„ 1 .i,in *r— ...ii._ .. .. .. ... ..____ Ha |. %  n Zrwidc^rv*ey l wouW^heVe! "e>rimarily responsible for pubMr BUI LfaCTJSi^-S'S! health organisation, and. for .vendors who draw up their carU On Page 18. After speaking natal cure Reader llr Ud laxii I inM %  was spread, xn u nepar.meoi. .. bievcle Ih.-r i contacts was undertaken. He The settlement in a single "colSo far these remarks have been *",„.,, J, ,,,„',, i h bucket might mention thai In Baxbadoa t.n.v of I laraa number of T.H. general and have applied to TuSJ^_ r 5^f| fc ^^ %* B SB When tha pareantajvoilUatfttlsWpatientl undergoing after-treatl>erculosls In any country. In ?. % %  % %  trough the diuty cy was high, birth control might incut Is also a good s*hcme to mlnBarbados there are fnr more casil VS" !" „ ,,„„,,., K ., be o ;. QtrolUni tha imlaa the spread of Infection aa trutn U aanarall] ballavad, and Mr wii finally suggested tnut spread of venereal disease. Prethroughout a community. This was ihere u no control on the mOV*ucterloloaTtcal samples should vention. (or pree.mtion) was betdone at Papwnrtli Village and menti or discharging of those pa ,( '' taken U> grade milk siipi>u>ter than cure. seltlemenU. The patients can tnut. many in advanced %  ): %  Dr. Colin Vuughan. speaking on |.. suitable work i.e. basketmaklnc ho hive been admitted to hosTuberculoals said. "Its axi Ian %  %  etc.. and help to support pital or almshouse Now, goes back many years, and mumthemselves and their familiee feetly safe to treat an aaj mles in the pyramids of Egyp'. Tuberculoeis can bo treated sue( ,f ch'e-tt T II without OfMl phew evidence of spinal caries. i-essfully and CUTad. This has been i,,tion in t i;enernl hospital. Sin h Different types of badllu Iniact known for many years—even be,_ ( h<. practice In the beat Uxftdon man, catlle. fl-sh and birds, but <>' %  fore !he disovery of drugs which HoapltaU nut when cavltatlon these only the first two are of imwill kill the germs. Sanatorium nB5 taken place and there Is mui-h pfjrtance In the pathology of lrn treatment with gxx <* sputum, these patent-. RUaM hT dlseaar as it affects man. ... to follow and | tohrtar| in prevent Lnfocti %  infc.tuni can bi cauaad by In ... routlna, bava curad tboua.^ihers. This can only ho dona i 'haling or swallowing the germ i. iina s of people caught in the euilv nfectt