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I'M.I I M.HI BARBADOS ADVOCATE -\il Klin si I'll Mill R i ri-.l EVERTON WEEKES MA Y LEA VE BACUP No Reason Yet Given For His Suspension ifr'nm Our Own ( ormpondrnlI LONDON, i ;.irit West Iin: II hu 12 moAthi t, run i outi liu' of %  — Second Trial • i < % %  ded. _, ai Mine I o-iiioirov •he Au-slraJaekaon <>( i UI %  i thai he continue, on Tl ui %  a Bll that hi %  .irosc. 'I'm i He will i ft litirbados L.S. Boxers Beat Q.C* Do It Again Pro* ,. %  i hW polni of view, A .... %  i '.\ %  Ml I I i %  ft %  %  % %  %  : %  . %  i Monty M> %  Gaj In HM %  %  • %  : II | I 21 17. If T %  I %  %  •3 SI, •:. 12. 2\ 14 Branckei SI 17, SI 11 1". 21—10. "i. U S liox*r rauad by Arthur tttOpp.Ht OB in the thiri %  ound at Manchester ...•lours repeated their e— Wemblej victory. Lud| allied for Howard ike the lead until .. .h Peter %  I .ilaBI A J.II.M a-ai %  '< MiUI p.nMl tlfc.i r UWH loal ti 1. Waters %  I |M J MeOul%  an. point. IMfcOfiaki I) in J Hum.' i--itrr J M.I tame* km u> R <;-. BeM %  .Mil* II Well. I'll N "amU pomtv -Kl> | 11. I to I Nal.n. .fri|,|il ltd, P Plata, lo-t to J Boull-i o-nnlv Worrall I*-' I P I'l-.n t Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure !.* rat* ml****" I"' i vov aufr-r (i<> faal DM i p. 1u*a ol memory v. r i / '. %  iid Piaaaura. Thla la a r. Uiiuit lha %  %  MM aaaaati nil'lr ailment. If andaaararad .. i %  ir a paralytic atroka, %  ml >"" ahi.uld atari Meatmen! at I *.n tlmi r tl. a nar r a| afcaBOTirr. rrducaai IIl|b III1--I ur f—I >-.rrounKiT in a fw data, ilat Naaca fru'n )"' hetui-t toeajTi It la auaranl.id lu araajf >[t* packaga. I'oothull Club Bins Player For 170,000 N Ttofl iflrm oi ih i.\ 'i \ rio will play %  South A nerka \ layer tul about i In 1049, %  n in -i rlub'K n puv oj tha I % %  %  %  %  !. %  '.-. .VI 1 lengui 1 %  %  \IH Hi %  %  "'-lit hn %  %  %  r r TEST MATCH AVERAGES %  i i >' BfOarn I 3 ma wo i H oo tai i w ion *l MS %  3 M 19: U %  %  4NI %  K M.L*-n I j w,.n.' ., pawai u I O, t'Oiibh BOW LINd lin> |( laaa la a.l %  11 av> ii n 4 it isea -4 . %  ii %  iti A i'ti rwa RM 1' in in Avi ua i 51 li ..: m a ai l %  2i no M aiB %  M X %  tl •) — • II 1 IM M 1 %  1 IOB 41 11 11 M — 11 Mi MM M all 11 21 41 1*4* M HIV IR 14 li i I I" 41 Inter-Oub Tennis Tourney Proposed ILA.L.T.A. Get* Going The Barbadoo Amataur Lawn Tei to hold an Intar-Club Tburnamani between the eli to the Aaaociation, during October. Tinmember cluba nun id of thai i %  %  %  %  %  ibs. Tho tii. %  in! provide ball* bayi Any bur uMnsa, •nld (> %  • to %  bdvwil i i 'nb. It In viU — y,,i ( CnbU A Wtreleaa The %  ^i" % %  — mai nit mean* Ihiit %  in play %  %  %  iod each i i • play one a w othar In t< be the I illlnf i" partletpali i %  aituanwnl u pleaat aomlnate, ; and imi more than v repl) mual reac h . Tournament ii 'tinto atari the llrst HtJ 'k in %  I The it A ir.A arU] be in UM I'L.UI t .in,, nt which IN beini held und< Tennis Outre Ai the siime meetln Council) it w.i propo ed :ni '' ,np : %  ,i11AI.TA %  latlon WltB %  proval ol .li concerned be dfow ii up %  .i.-i Heeaeen %  •i iir' % %  Sum%  ft] Rtr ithclyde, Premli i Mi V.M.C A l anwotiiand Hcilble. IO' !• a taatenrr U> i I-ook for UM nun* I Hi pal i I.I um oavuei %  "* • \fniU :£"% (ii MISS KAV TUCKHR one or Brlt aJn*B landing Lady teanii ainglea lil.yri*. WHAT'S ON TODAY ..; I"" %  tkcoud day' plV of thr Fourth SencH of Flrt D rial be '-ui li.'-nnodlata Oriehet oaa aid UM Pint Day ol tlie Siath Berie* of Second Divi-ion at the va rloiih grounds: Wanderora va. Combrner at Bay; Syit m I BautMJ al Park; Oarlion va, Y.M.P.C. at Oarltoii, Lodjie va. Pick wick t Lode; aud College vPollca at College. Intermediate: I'ukwtck va. Waiidarcra at Oval. BMBtn n. Bpartan at Bank Hall; B4Elm*nt va. Cable k Wire leai at Oariiaoa aud Wind .,..! M-iii-; II .|.i: .• CODCO Boad. Second Divi-lon Y.al.PC. va. Police l Beckle* Road: Foilnd,.tion v. Empire at Foundation, Ucward va. Lodge at router'". Central H Weaftenn at Vaucluae: and Combermere v Pick Irtflh at Combermere i ISI1AI oi um ik <.> %  Oatwa l a la 9 M \„i \ nt M U-. • t~ * Bawl '• P i" iiarim raUMra LHtti II>' aaai i is a %  <* w • t>i iMi'ii .n. aay a M.i.mil>n M'l4li">" ISO Years A Jendl 0BOR0CTOWV \ Hla i' Wfl.l. si. n i>. M A in> %  Titular Blahop of MaUo nd Vli i Brtl nu Fetebrata th< QoUeri JubUea Ol lii-entrnr %  Into the 8oi -t> < %  Je ui on PI % %  i BepUrnbei '. Rev Vt \u>h-. SJ. its. ol 9 '. i, Colb Golden JuUlee the •amc Have you ever felt KOI \ %  Ki)\l %  Ifcr I 4'r--fl4 •!•• i A a It a a* i i w \ n.i-,.i—.. ii. i niLii. al h< Waaiai M ai> latltck. A^N&aMn, ta n l M .. S-w*--) ,a Mf>. Oiiia n—*u Oailai —••• ft", a."-a. "-• •I laaaat •* *•* %  •• _a >'•w a-d Ca*a. IM o-l.na, BM CfU* tnaimtnt %  iiall! a HUM. laa aad claaa raa. wfi UM! kaaMar aad na*a*a aatda an. a aad W.'rai i aiaru %  Uiiaa iiB*ia>. hi*ii raai Uiaii. Bladai aad u II, I— hBBit it U abaalaui ; QMaraj ffkaaaM ajaaaaMj • %  • \ auaadkcaa aad rauiiforBUt IM antatu Ho** IM it*i" an (ha eMMal Rllar aif I 1..UI • >.t Kin| i B i Mam Ga-ia-rae* 1 fa f-l Yaa. aifht aj-. o, Maaay Sack UGHtNUGUSIUtRSlIO VY SlCX B L A D D f R .k.tMit4*r4i*.a.-.-, RHIUMATISV BUY I-DIIYRIV NLI VP1.YWL v HI i :-, ui", vl'i DU RO i Mtsvi vramiTW I ..I o V t ,s J A i M.I.IS | ERNIE'S Democracy Club r HIP Art Ml In Iknown In il hr I> aiiv horw •I Parl-M .%  I mr ill nd Hatr f(M Iliad Grolarh ••'. Hi' i .... It.. %  In and try one lee cold r O C Then you will nevar aatt for am uthBT I • SI In All ro-da lead to^1 i. \K mi i .IIIM K III n UMMMTOW mint Mri> i *ai in A.\t a HI mai HHAIal. I DANCE Mlht aaai ion •..II CLUB i: THi; A.NMAI. DANCE -1 I Mill I'lM -. -tit Mill II II II I WIMNIi" *l I'hlllp K .1 %  i MOHDAl Viiki Jnl **! ,% l I MiMls-HlN • I Bl**hnaea4> aa SMt \ -.1. 5 J !" J !',VaV-'.'-'a'aVa*,*,-a',-,'a',*a'a---a-,l ----a*a*a*a-a*a* | ii i i ii R T i; i s s i' 1 The yll Do It Every Tim e %  THOSE RESORT%  ^OXi-JTRy MAPS_ MAKE THE LAKES LOOK SO CLOSE TD5ETI.ER XXI CDOLI CUE TO AOTHERBv Jimmy Hatlo I I I I I I ANNUAL DANCE i (he I'aironaav M Mr F D Mutfteu. MCP, Ottli %  Formal llrrv. Optional fi kdmu .) by Invitation Only I al ur"v I'.irk House TO-NIGHT =: 'uh-irii.||.„ : Varirtv (imrerl \ llanrr a S In aid of the New Haven O II %  Nurserr 0 Village, Christ \ t'hureh p and under the I'.iir$ Mi Fred Oodtfent, MiM' , .intl Mrs. Gtxldard ; ,tt the 1 IIKILL ttnlata, Garrison 1 on ;, rrlday. 7lh Srelember. 1951 0 beginning at 8 p.m. 1 i.immc includes musi;. -kttches, 5ongs and In. fr trtMnculiil solos etc. and ui V usts .iit'lutling Messrs. Paul \ WUklna, Ceork Phillips. C Gerald Hannisler. Clyde ' (itilltip and Misse* Betty P Carrington ,ind Nell Roll f l itmhe n kind permlsiion •>( the J* i ...IH'IIr of Pollrr U>e C Pollee l>-nre Orehe-tra mil ;. be plavlng J 0 RBTRI-SHBCKNTS ON BALE • 1 Dancing to 3 .. m. J S Admbwlon Tlekela: :-: I.ao ; '-'a','.-.'.'.--*-*---'-'-*'*-*'*''* %  -'''Rementbcr, a comfortable luting SUIT is our lira! con%  ideiauon. Thern are increasing numbers who rei.-ogii.se (or ihemselvea the conaiatently superb cul. hi and limsh o! the ... IDKAL TAII.OKINti We will welcome the opportunity ol proving this to you in our . TAILORING DEPARTMENT on the first floor of CAVE SHEPHERDS CO. ITU 10—13. BROAD STREET IV OTIC E OUB C'l SIiiMKKS ARK ASKI.I) TO NOTE THAT OCR WORKSHOP AMI SKRVIt INC. IIKPAKTMINTS W'll.l. BE CI.OSKD FROM MONDAY. 3RD. 8BPTBMB8B AND Will. RI: OPEN AGAIN t>\ MONDAY, ITTH. SKPTKMBKR. UU, so \s TO KNABI.K OUB PBB80NNEL TO HWT TIHIK INNUAL LEAVE, A SKELETON STAFF WILL BE 11 III Mil I FOR EMI BGENCIES ONLY. OUB OFFICK OASOLINB, SPB VI'MMIM. • AM \t 'CF.SSORIES DBPABTMBNTS Will. BBOPI .ill BUSINESS AS i SI'AL COlHTESY I.AIIAI.I WHITE PARK ROAD — DIAL 4616 Hebeis ijnt/i amm focwqhA! 7ubes Cough Mixture n a balanced blend of nine •-elected ingredient s, which hai already won a great reputation ovencat as a family remedy for coughs, sore throat! and bronchial inflammation. Its soothing syrup quickly eases congestion and relieves discomfort. Keep a bottle ready In your home. COUGH MIXTURE --'a*a'a'a'a'a*aWV'a*aVa'a'-'a--'.V'a*,'a*,',*,*,*,*-'a'a-a*, OX1 I. AGAtJV IX STOCK :•' STRIPED SHIRTS WITH I ^ I WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS | — BY — AUSTEN HKEU — AT — £ C.B. RICE & CO. v TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF !> BOLTON LANE. *.a -,*.a.-.a.a,a.a '.'.'.'.:;*.*.'.'.*.*.+.'.'* -Va-'.V,V.V-VVW. USE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIN E I'AINT Iron and Si~ilwork eaaeet cnrmUi hn: .tth a eoat of BOWBAMTK. Proof asalnst heat or cold, the eorrot-ive air of hlg rltle-. till BpraY| ml -i.iUr. ROIVRWITI. l^ u*ed ht enilnerra shipping llnra. dork infi irtthm anil nuhMi and lnduslri.il fdnatfSbr(aci • %  ri .1 i %  VOl SIIOI I II USE ITTOO Touch, t'levthlr, >el Vui.ii.kii BOWSAHITi niailr in BfeUa] UU etlVt %  i.itlrs. Stocked III . PSBMANI NT OBI i \ 1:1 D.I IB1 .*! .1 >t I'llt BLACK .11 1 i In Una of Imperial Measure aar ONI GutUaON WILL OOVBB lafM --) 11 I'liosr: leM 0 AGIN 1 j WILKINSON SL HA.YNES Co.. I.;J. stftw f pnie aa ^ Bt e aea W aeaaseaae* L 1



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SAT! %  KIIAY. MPTIMBIil 1 lil BARHAIMlAHWK Ml PAliE TIIRI.F. Rice Arbitration Court In B.G. i • sir JOH\ >J \IM TOAD CONVICT Sir John Saint l\!.. And lion. K. K. Ilinilc Attending AN Arbitral; I | r:ce of nee from BritWl l I c held next week, and Sir John Sa.nl. Kt.. CM ti t.„, been appui lw Board Hon. K. R Hunte. M.LC. will attend as an adviser on behalf of the (iovemment of Rarhado*. The Acting Hi at in r-^. - agreement u entered Into between tinBntlaa Ci, Marketing Board and tha Government of Barbados whereby the Board agreed to supply this Island Wtni Ha nee requirement* at nxcr perioo 1i iy4T The All prov.smn (or the cxten period (or i furthei lb %  n.*. or, B March WJS hold in Tmmiad which sna r.ttanried by the Bril ing Board and represent tha purchasing Cotatia*. The object of tha m aa ftn sj was to agree upon prices hM year pariod I JonIMS, to Hit Pao wn b tr ..,.,., ,rt ,-_.-„, m The meeting reeommended & TILL AT L£KGE llxecl prices to apply throughout tha three year period. The Riee >rMn our o* e\nrr.pona*i r Marketing Board WM howavei PORT-OF-SPAIN. August 29. onl>* prepared to cunrtrm the Where is Say well Gordon' 1 Is prices provided they would apply be dead or alive'.' The Police hiva in respect of th'd i ol tha public could bai m, m m* IWM Th, On,,. „„£? s „ n „ and .turnouts Of lniii,l:,l ami Tobtfo ..., Bra|Ml3n have and theI net rc^uuemenle are supplied t Hnti.h (I nii.i! „__.„ agteeme, f\\ () I Ul>f)ft TA XT subrrit io arbitral* VM.urxrn l^UIl of the prices lor the U utenMo-i peniMl. The tiavrrnmrnU concern •d have a*reed to combine (sr thr purposeni jrhitrj lion, and lam appointed Hon Sir John Saint. KI. I M i. a Member of the Arbitration Board The British Guiana Hire Marhrlliis Board k. entitled to appoint one Member The third ..id IIK.II Member who I* to be Chair* saan of the Board will be an Independent person in.nn Bated by the Sac re tar) -.1 Male for the Colaniev Ti.tS. .: %  nominated Di VY M Clyde, CMC Dr. I Lyde has until recantly been the Director Ol Economic Activities (or the Commissioner General for the United Kingdom ui South Ea-t Asia. Ha is now Rice Advisee to the Sccietai of State for Foreign Affairs and la •km OMiaat ol the Consultative Cnmmlltee on Rlcr in South East Asia which meets m Singnpote. The Arbitration Court will be bald b British Gu of Baptanbai M former Economic Advlaaf to .he Govemmant of Ti.ntdad, and now a practising BurlahK-atl.'W in England will appear before tiuCourt on bh:>lf of the Chasing Government The Durable K It Hun* will accompai on bahaU ol tha OovaTamant of CONSTITUTION COMMISSION TO DEPORT IN DEC uEuKOtlovf .N. Ausjuat .:. Report ol the loinjiUMKiri itfti W O >l rtporti Ufa area to Tscarthave been llo1r*g to the DEVELOPMENTS %  I fl.'pfl 1 v PAW, Auguit 29. Two :i ., lupments I to result io tha Interests of the CRj Council from the in tha i' K. of Mi II W Farr.ll. Town Clerk. Introduction %  i mechanised accounting and (21 incorporatu*! of modern arrange1 from Enelish llties in the new Town In talks with Sir John Inrie. flth the (or the %  dlseugaad the appointment of .. Town Treasurer among other things. r el-Smith an his reasons ior EataaBaae* the oovornu. Crurlas WouUry. K C ITcss Confereiuc .>t House on Monday nichi U i IIMTICS raBattiad la i %  v liijihl .,[• %  three-month stay in the i K during which tttai aalka with lha Secrt-Ury lha DfracfDt or tin %  \ elopment (*iiep>n i 8lf Charles said confidence in ment was reflected gaaaBawftaM kta Hie uve-iumule pent>U N which the Colony .succceilij in floating a tld.OOO.OOO loan %  hanca Uia counlry's duvtlopmeni This u by no maang naifBcfant ti meet our nninediate needs. Sir tileries said, and tie had cnphasLjcii this to the PaWUlaiji ..f State to whom he made rtronsj representations. He w hopc-fm and confident that apart from lluE %  mount "we shall got r assislanc* and we si'* 11 get other Investment capital." HiExcellency also told <>f thai promt** C DC with respect to some loan psjaftfaaJM concerning rice development I | would take ome time" for a dei lie given, but he to receive fOina information the next two or thre mos Rice was the number one p in tinCcVany'i Aav^ofanai ;it proposals, and if the prortosals maKfc to the C.D.C. receive svmpatheii.' Uon and pr< n ful. it would ba "f i-'-i am la the colony'" small fanner-. Wnler Contrail Mis Excellency nli > b to solve the difficult it's or the finatl Polder district on the West Bank. Demi-rara lii\ er. Thi will call for .i i oni| Iota r a v l aad aantrol I %  wan t h e> DemerarH nnd Eane>iuiho River-which would provUla baiMftl ovei an area of 00,000 aCTM IN thnt with such ;i witter control experinenl. there would be gg—laag; benefits not only 90 tha I %  d^try but to the SIIKIII u. %  as well. Crrvnhottrl Areas In B.G. To B*^ O/H'ns ( MII tern To'tluy — R N II ItNtK an the 'uated >>t ihe inmg at 10 i Mr. Turn %  ior t %  boys' and girls' club) l.i-iirn i a Hv ) our On n Wmkr-l /t Artist —Antl Vmmhlr i )ow Hvouiy lu>>nitly! MMns <; i Twnm gad 'l \ \ aiighan in tr. | Court of Appe.il %  Mi I A McLMMLj t a case brought bv the •ajgdiMtt lam I. J< i • ol H lb i .. him . %  %  W (Ulc id Their Hot %  %  i -.n Hood on March lii The Ct.url For Divortf And Mulrimoiiml Owttfli .: . Hmi. Tli i decree akl m thg Mai r Farmer, hespondint. The l'etitmn • i .iip*..u-i in paraoh. There was no order lo< i Io .n.other ?uit decree i.i-.i Jatosj prut i. i and lha I %  %  %  : %  .. ii" irad m person and lilrnil ^ ^ I liiworiii l MA UV:I>^ HARBOUK LOG In Carlisle Bay v*hi a t arai n aii Wtt tlU 1U.V. u. lajdia Artin. S R.B Cb>uaw Ftanalyn U 1. V i Ii>U < -I* !*• Mariwr. . AHKIX tl i .. lUvnn. TIKIS C*p1 KM*> lor l>,ir a m.nbo !ljMR< hBllk. | | i \ %  • UM %  %  %  Lucia llii\ lailiir iliillywciiid Irl iSriiool of Nlke-Ip >A__ Ml Italia | i /^\ I ... aarasaal ataka-oi %  tisspaaws iiipgaa I ill atn 1 laax f ttsk. i I %  i FREE I B i Tin k ia II,.i Surveyed RATtS OF EXCHANGE aieM Otafti as s/MS> pr. 41 Killed In Road Vrcidcilts' -IN 7 MONTHSKreraOui Own c>i'tu< POrfT-OF-SfAlrf. August 29 IdUad in (idents In the colony 11 ven month* of i' i peopfc i %  killed. In July I860, 10 [Kople were klllod %  gaUafl t*g In July 1951. This accounted for the lower llgtins on road deaths this year, as, tha A.;ure were 208 in 1950 and INI. I typM were ap by 13 ()cr rent Ftguras lor August this yaai wen axpex-te-i to tiid bein a crop iincluding several fatal accident* over the recent 'l^irtment here rlll shortly carrj out a nhantaoa survey between the uppfj Berblce and Corentyne H where It has been rsriH.ii.-d tt...t laara ara fteh araa ol %  n %  • fnswai < %  Tha Dapartmant aairnar tinye.ir carried out valuatmi. la the North Waal I Matrict The mam quaatloai enfr imti • %  the Uepartmant. it was asnjl ]-, that ol maaaaatlim. %  inprovement, and this would in ill piobabllity have to be shelved unta some of the areas which been worh**U> k 5j.-tesi are given up la ti' OaS-Vernment. When thes—fHlll ust-.l 1 li*kare given up. the DapaaVl n.ent will DaBva In OB ttH generation prtigremmo The last time tb* l>i ., %  Was engaged In i I WOlk was (ometime between 1939 -> i.. 1 1942 SEAWELL UttVUU !•> HM I t II I Hub Mi I %  !•-,* u in I i.l. rranh Scheri.r. Vrtm D I i Cam %  %  n %  .. liilaai i r .. h reum %  %  .I-..I *...... T.-nui-d Uaj.id nrretu %  (' %  vi W Cast*, C *. ,im>tMr*!. I Nrwbold i DW '' I A I 1 hf I I I r.n lM*nl. Tn&it leK Stall..' I MMWr Wh.iit, u Italhf HMi I IM.II IIKlUiM Hill, AllFor St V r*nl v nan a^-.i g Ui Bra %  atiaai M>a u ni 1H .i Fairal Bi Ii I i I < in mil KM (1 ui. IT mi • I l/i.K, ii* w ill.-li& % iar-QM> mm tram ,h %  Ik. Oin. ntaiuoa I.. %  .,. %  2r>, FHCN —SniU>.i.< y.-ii %  -•> S>— is* ..... 1 v. ym ass ~trk M| H iill i When you smile in the mirror... Are your teeth as white as hers? Hm MS Malad ino aogf mirror todavr* \Xcrc aasaj te.lh hnpht JiJ I1K> lpMkh ? tlr could they be uliiur MM? loll with Pcpsodkni the] could I BacmM 1'cpM.ucnl woniaiiis Inuin. s|vcial inKtcdicnt which mWBt away dull hint irom teeth, gives ihetn a wondcilul new IflHaatl TODAY Mi">lluarl* will he holiliiiK • '•''' M s 'l' ul I .Make-I'p ( laM H Messrs CBV* Shepherd A( Ca. I.id. at O ;i in. Be Mire to attend this \r1 School of Make I p t lass. THE TOOTHPASTE ^JaNUl \1ANNIIN(; & C(K. LTD. AGENTS. NOTICE The Public is hereby notified that we will be shortly I II WM I ItlllM. Ol II III SIM SS TO Ol H M.W rill VIisis. .\<>. U, II...i.l Sli-rrl. opposite Messrs Da Costa & Co. fua** Lower Broad Street. Dreadful, Choking, Spasms Of BRONCHIAL ASTHMA rSZ WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS NIGHTS When one duse of the amazing Mixture will ease that choking, smothering spasm in sccondx! Buckley's Viiturc is no ordinary medicine—its different from any Cough Remedy ycu have ever tasted—Triple Strength—No. Syru^v—All Meuication. One Dose Stops The Cough When >ou feel a cough or choking bronchial spaim coming on, just take a dose of Buckleys Mixture and swallow slowly. You'l* fael tha powerful healing warmth spread down through >ur throat and bronchial lubes, soothing Inflamed parts, easing: hard breathing and looicning tough phlegm, making it easy to expel Buckley's Mixture •* made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, arU other pri-ven IngredienU There'* not anciner cough medicine like It. Get a bottle TOIHY. if right aw.y. BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE \ SI\(.I I sip TKI.I.S WHY Ml SEI.I. A MILLION BOTTLBS \ VI \lt IN ICE-COLD CANADA Al.osi World's Finest Small-car gives even greater value! Famous British -Built taaarSMfIfOlJtlS MINOk stores new success %  %  eary bitf way 'nh a. ..rk. aonlurataaa vikia. iusr"; pirtbaaMiu %  FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diitributori Phone 4504 ..



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PAGE TOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. ISI BARBADOS ADuOeWTE * T— %  %  f -1 rrlal* k) Hit Adianl* geptl : run i 01 RICE h milt uef Executit i imittee raceestlj ered th< %  Dial :i. ihoul i Sl.llill s I ..llJi.nl I l< — J Hon We Will. A Ran Ship... He (he %  • l"ole% nh* li.nl -la.i.l I IMHI'^II THK i Ise i ||) I<.i BlUfi HI the price oi tie.-.. The tin • U Reeional Economic t held in tins Island con i ,,i eopi a pro Aftei InvesUg ilton ii v. price of copra Axed i>> now be LTtereased tron Bfl pei ton t.o.b. from tl %  The i' lation, a?aunicetlon pubto-day rrom trw ol< rial 5< %  %  the price >>i edll le oil, soa] end mm which copra is the bet nt, v I be : %  n to-daj in tins cMe tii<' met* i < %  in the pi ice #u inevitable as the Tnr nl.id produci stern in their demands and Barbados WM cernpletelv bound by the trims "1 the agreement, end Further obligated by the fact that the manufecturli proa carried out in this island. There Wi 1U escape from the conditions of the Committee's decision. It has now tiaiispned thai ..' ;i M ..I f meeting bet w een the British Rica Marketing Board and Pep oi the purchasing Colonies held in Trinidad earlier this year prkei wenAxed which would apply during a three year period, but the Board was prepared to at*ree on the prices provided that they applied to the first year's purchases only. The pi ices f.>r the other two years would be IK annually. The Governments of the pun colonies agreed to Btibmil the matter to arbitration Tor tins purpose Kofi* Sir John Saint has been i '< %  %  a member of the Arbitration Board, one othei member will be nominated by U and Dr. W. M. Clyde lure Adviser to the Secretary of State will be Chairm.m With the bac kg round at experience In the matter of negotiated pried and the demands of the B.O. Rice Marketing Board for increased prices it it not unlikely that after the Oral yeai there will i< the price. One of the reasons why the Barbados Government pressed tor the arbitration oi the matter was the serious effect winch B rise in the puce of rlci musl have on Uw cost of living, in Barbados when regarded as tl .K i I .. t -.1 tin of tinpopulation the annual cow is roughly over one hundred tfaau si I bags. This will mean not onlj increase in overall expenditure but in the weekly diet scale cost ol the population. it is to be noted thel the ends on 31 December 1961, while the Oils and Fats A g r e ement ends on SI 1952, and in this breathing space of 8 lew months there might be some good I which might save the noa buyinj from thi*; oombined Increase in ti | of oils and fats and of ril There is every reason whj aomethii should be dene to CUSl 100 the I these advene conditions even wl \\ hal measure*] ai not to bi to Trinidad tha method 11 n fro* i %  and 11 Is not liki ly thai Barbad able to add to her present ex| H :'us direction During tha yeai war the con bit peasants and marchs many oi tfH InCOl vei BJ d I other places. It might well be that there **ould he a revival oi that spirit In time to %  %  %  %  ly to be another uncomfortable |>enod in our already unbalanced .i %  Pel browi Ml. I %  HM %  1 INA. n i. ii %  two "( U %  it 1 he Jahlon of Mi. %  ..r r-• Mv Sfflmi Ih'lmrr %  k had %  n ) I > h ivitlK I ill ink %  %  %  make up tin i %  Ml He had motored b i Hate. s newer) %  HI nl w 19 in Uia mlddk %  Talkj Ukfl muttered J.T.l%  NiitimiK vi'. %  ubversh way about that, you say. But ii w.i i Dough for a solitary Indlvldu who N. IdWtUppi %  / OU1 in ofaaar of 1 %  He t'iok tiirm all the than ship i hour era cfcii p m 'it oil But %  %  boat and the N k n irk, %  %  mirk". the BX3.1I t.. %  rand bi an Tiieir'uay was at: officer ititenlna to an l "inn, U iimn Radio i vsereafr-iid ihey wer. %  lit to be released to Min •Lucky % %  %  %  them joined the mutineer*—hail been t>i 1-ecauie the? knew too many secrets. %  And whi.t goe* for us," said nek, "*•<•>, fir "pry aw I Nai II ,-iutin' if th< 1'icky. Our ship wmkoi •lone -itnout an>aacoti \> The other uhlp* always keejy That make* mutln> and CM.ipc diffliuH." I'.vrn ouUlde the navy life fi>r th Polish working cluss seem* t i be no paradise. One of th> sailors said his uncle, a steelworket % %  i I soiKhty oft to ittaod hi daughter*; wOttd i tow, and the van iraounl draased It the I praettot "Four i • red". salj 10 the %  The two 15u mm act-red four hii* The &> nwft. %  %  %  %  ' Bsaseaier Wait* When the BMB4I %  the crew tound •> plain-cloth. mm the po H U cal police %  .. on the %  %  < %  rmlned to pin something on them. .v learned that the ship for the inve-Uiiplion UJ be rrnntlnuttl) Haej unenimouely I id..i UH lime had eotM lour noun later they had He wee toldI ha red the ahip while It was l-ill.c They locked Up ptara, see polrHcel comperator and then oraoi md had %  ii nsaty to Meatd In %  — the 12 mutilirtT* lore M poUoV I I %  'i ,i %  %  Ilk ..I htqul Itton would j . led QMRI a OUJ i Polee i • ;,nd seif-e\ile If Kiev had ii"' me — I, Been thorousl ( lit.n; n Sovi.-tI 1 u eue-eed ahel the Russians ii In thif .f the Polish Navy would i(breed t<> Bard lor hBeer Dd oppressors. onp] itoed bitterly to miabout the f.-m nilt". they said. Their ralmn bad of HIM) Kr.immes ol bread no holier or margarine or fat. Three grammes of Jam were tsMMfl. imd six grammCT of %  only received pfftalf) soup, which formed the diet What there w of meal BH very thin. I TI.O %  •>•. enough for two packets of in the open market. two years most of them rj many of them had received no home Three who had leave had only two days to \ s ie allowed on* on one afternoon evn i nonth, .iiui piinilllarl bo so bah the town from two till ten. .. | m lone de .i ide BDd pievent them from 2oing to I i. I.. %  If 'on go I.. Man", said the ;.. fumll to A0 of the sulors. "you are an %  I a social re o t loiiary." ned off with of political %  I they received. rnning there was a polltleaJ leuson and a political di~-.ii nil p there ware noun of political Vtlks from Hogumil. N %  • .. day paaeed without its dote of ui,..!. poi on r-iclr iu-: !<-(k hi.day off Whei | .'ne rei.dy to rise at once. i' ii bed etioush fni Stalin thai of hit'omrnunP'f organised youth and Industrial uid rebellious. Over the whoto i %  the larroi ol theC a. %  remains thorough an! erreetlre. When the H.O.I1 Li nded at Ystaad there were 3II Posts "n board the ship. "I think they would all have gone ahore; even Ivanov. lh.' I iphlc expert. and llomimil. politieal (mniiir. I could see them hesitate." said I'icrsiiiinek "But then %  Swedish immigrntion offlc'al eame aboard. That .m:i the memory of the terror did the trick %  The Swede assembled the crew and told them: "Anyone ROIIIH %  shore M i d eserter will dos h (i vn risk." There wai gunrnntee thai they woull be MOt back to Poland Four sailors who Joined the mutineers on the way over recanted at once. They accepted the captain's word that no action would be taken aSSJlMl them If they returned. Only II eame ishore out of 30. —LB S. I le J.i|§ei I I ><*<' Treaty NOBODY S DIARY BUNDAl who must be prolific sjatberars jud^rn^ from the number oi paraons that t sem seen enjoying the ul sea>un. r.ended so that those eating sea egKs m the close season were subject to a line, then the coffers oi the Treasury w-iuld overflow until such time as pe i realize that eating sea I in theclose season is an expenMve paatinu And. 11 tha dlverrs do not keep see eggs as pets the Incentive to dive them would be refDoved and then afoulo be left tree b ( l multiply >M>M).\V A Bin this morning numi rous can iran bald up for a constoVfablt at the tanctton oi PairtleW Street snd Probyn Street while tha stream t>( ti from the Victoria Bridge passed alon Probyn Street It seemed to me that s roundabout at this nileis.rtioti wmiUI be u useful innovation. TUKSJ>AY -Judging by the repmachful looks vrhiel %  e me when they aaa ;liis sunny Barbados?" it would that I'm held responsible for the rain.. To-day. however, two pleasant Canadian visitors actually expressed pleasure with our basnitiful fthnate; "It is cool here in; comparison with Montreal in the stimmei where we get the temperature rtflrl 100 degrees Farenheit." Wl I'NKSDAY—The adult mind is truly fertile and versatile in thinking up excuses for throwing a binge. The celebration of a I year old's birthday is the excuse to-day Ironically enough the guest of honour artu not bfJ ihen to retire to bed at tl p.in while the adults guzzle and knock back numerous alcoholic beverages—life is truly tough for infants' THl'KSDAY Believing implicitly in the proverb: "There's never an ill wird but blows -od". I am thinking seriously ,,f becoming a cobbler seeing that the shoe-making trade is bound to boost with .ill this "marching." Barbadians have "marched" against South Africa. Vincentians "marched" Trinidad, ami now I propose to two marches to help to boost the trade. My first march will be In protest against all wives who fail to darn the ventilation In their husbands' socks; and my second march will be against cooks who persis* In spoiling expensive and difficult-UHicqu::<. Eoodal ufl i exp el .i rrtonatar turnout and even the ntemban ol the Police Force, with Colonel Mil holm's permission will be welcome. I intend to approach the Bata Shoe Company and see if they will subsidize the %  "refreshments" at the end of the marches. FKII>AY (hue again this morning I met a bread cart parked Inside the studs on a curve in the road while the cart pusher, v-as engaged In %  prolonged conversation with one of nil "girl friends". This hap-1 pens so frequently that I'm beginning to believe the rumour that the Barbados Professional Bread Cart Pushers and the i Christ Church Bicycle Riders' Association : have an agreement with some fraternity by i which they contract to do everything possible to force the law-abiding motorists to drive on the wrong side of the studs. OMIY ONE SOAP GIVH YOUR SKIN THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE Tour Ikm will bcoll. •*••!...' A di if ably dainty If om h*d-lo-l II y*v balk* with liaf teal CaahiiMra Bouqw laauty Sap. (^asdute*!-Z&uQuef PUIUMED rttm SOAP M I I. A P i Kitchen and Home The Bktrede wrap with a hundred uses I HYOIIN1C, GREASEPROOF. M(iiSH'liKI>OOF. FIREPROOF. ODOURI.F.SS For protwl'on and preservation of rooked and uncooked foods. For bettor, quicker and more economical cooking. • rvaUo'i of space in (rigidalre and larder. Moulds to any shape and requires no tying nor fastening. Reduce* waahlng-up and scouring to the minimum. BUY A ROLL TO-DAY. B> II. T. KOHf.RTS I %  >\ i %  [Md by i peculation, in innumerable Emmajprltj of ih t almost ., ..II ,„,., nataori thsl ware ai wai itii the world. mal dlploJapan. The stgnabmi may \.e "VOIHUUTM" in lyedb) Mi (....n,.-,, f„. som. vas [, m ., Vi-.-clU -i and^h^t \ awn guewM days, and ., numb* oi cuntries musl hope> woljllJ ^ to „; ,ii corns to >ay dlssont of wh.,1, rheArsb irrjlter rtak lnun hc Kn mhn E.>tiinates vary, but most experts .igree that he Is Wronger than th 7* niueh-puraed anmes of the Soviet \y SntelHtes. Th.Soviet Union might i.eed to send me of its owi WILKINSON & HAYNF.S CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : Mil & 46K7 — 111 t K W I III STORES THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — "A RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOK MOWKB (ilh motor) 18" CA/KI.I.K (with nioli.r) 14" TIGKR I'l'SH SPARK I'ARTS AVAILABLE S280.2I 45.0 "' s %  "w N~r Eat " Kali it ran iakth sides There is something moving in But i j lha Iron Curt:• m — beirui the desert. Sir Zafrulhih Khan. r In that Ihp Foreign Minister of Pakistan. ..mi State* will hold attend UsS article I did not pin-,oint th is to visit Damascus, the capital a the tn oaager. Now reliable innf Syria. Pakistanis the most In Wai % %  scorns to be a'ailable influential cuntr>* of the Moslem i longef csatfsrtroni Berlin that tha BorlM world. Syria has been reckoned. ii,\, developed a intll the murder f King Abdullah are being Ihaory of "Umlted war.*' The > i Jordan, a* the veakest state in ll campaign Ihrea! would seem to be an attuck the Near East. lmt it stands at' lapao by Bulgaria and Hungarythe key strategic ,Klnt l :'iaps with Rumania, on the Simultanoouslv another of His Bdsral Hepulilir of Jugoslavia. Majesty's Foreic; Ministers, In dSSkSSI ll that Moscow bethis ease Mr. Morrison, ras bean i i <-<• it esa induct a war in Ski receiving Emir Fetsal of Saudi : (etcea Inside Marshal Tito's Anibiii in linden. An odtt .imiilry, Hull could not be plnnci (fattire of this vi t i.-. thai .>• % %  '. down to the It ussla n s, "Volunthe iMihlical advl crs of King ibo' like the Chinese In KOICI 8a IBS IN auS father i iv %  to Marshal Tito's J..mal Hussein mis Jam il lui' OOUntry. The U S and it- alllc-inn is the brothit ol .Tie BlnUtci 'wvihl be fa-cd with a terrible :i:i %  to meet the threat of i Titi> by declaring a war. or not. Already trine are ugly signs. THE NAVY MEETS BARBADOS RUM The Travelogue Section of "The Devon* lot a illasiimil %  %  %  noes those ho are not %  %  i.Ht provide Uicm with .< sp;ne %  H %  Extract "In contrast u> the rustic yet happy peace nl Carriaeou we journeyed on to Barbados where are found a most formidable programme of entertainment awaiting us. For nine dan we >wain. v that are had nevaa attempted before. All £ the Sports Clubs opened their doors to USj * at the Golf Club they would not even If J us pay areen leea. Thus some of us were £ abla to afford caddies, probably for the I B and last time in our lives; however, \ % although m< st ol them were only Bared 1 about tin. they were well versed in the \ ;irt of gamesmanship, particularly the oni 9 who When .1 certain Cadet was in the act * of strikiiii; a ball, cried out, "Flimey. \ Mivkey Mouse bin %  ** DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 JUST RECEIVED IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. • LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White and Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. DA IOUI %t CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT >',',',V.*.V>'.'.'. ^.•v.ww*.-. VOU'U l/KC OUR MCATS'l ,::v.v.vf l Mufti of Jerusalrti. (who Lives Kgypt cs King Farouk's guest), I and he is also th.brother of two men of the Husscinl clan who arc 1 trial for the m.irder of Bi .tain's The pawsa 0| Hungary Is" fuU of l-rnu-r ally. King Abdullah. :. lea 1 f 'provocations" by Marshal It looks as if Britain is seekine :itler forces. ;. new set of frie'ids in ihe Near tren s is the Marshal? East. Our !(• .idi is SaiT Mi Pravd i Prvsagw %  To fJu t Prsvd 1 dismissed .: i.gmaroie. Of tourt'v I %  / %  %  • %  • ..spute. For waa • .iluslvely %  %  The voices and the view point have all Am I to that in o!l Englanu thero la no Persian, Czech, Arab, African w1 the receiving end of %  %  Dree the 1 %  %  1 %  I> cdllty ol IhO a moral %  %  1 Ill the It B.C prasninrne Serious Arsu' %  rm hand, and %  %  Th ii %  %  ringj in Persi.1 In Russia. This question brought Ihc jirgunirni to wli.c Meen DTCM%  s to the %  Mr Morrison, Dubw rratda. Tlie plain man is left to wondci truth does lere between these two statements Yours faithfully. \TOR 29 8 31. "A$s Usual, one <>f the hi^hli^hls of the visit wits the concert gtven by the Police Hand under tha direction ol Captau. Raiaoo; tiuy gave us . ronei smtertjilnlnfi and versatJle peHorrnance on the foe's* 1 e and were onry allowed to depart when thiy had played themselves to a standitill. The dances so kindly laid on by the Nav IC .md Port Welfare Committee at 'h Aquatic Club were w rj well atv much appreciated. An enormoiu quantity found Us way on b*ard and man' ol H;n: the demon rum for the first tin.1 In its nal n Ith v*n Ul of remorse nr exhilaration. It is reliably reported thai at leedri one O edict H MaBfretanle 'View iraa^asralam*' I* there %  S and, althnuuh it was very pleasant h. %  G company In the anchor' ^ B S un the I The Magazine is pubh board of 11.M.S. Daveaaddre I I.VI* THESE §0000! KipperM IliiUi-r Ifi'iilis l.efture < isiiaelu llrv llrinkte II ist 11 its. I in pi re i 11 i< 1 J a R BREAD ThW ill si Ifakeel & CAKES 11 the ISI.UMI pho„ e GOUDARDS-w. Deliver ecently. %  j'^^SSSAM'SSSSSVIto^



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3ATUBDA1 -I ITFMUr.R 1. 1951 BAIIBMMW ADVOCATE FACE FIVE Accounting Machine At Savings Bank New System Will Speed Up Business (Mil VhIM, I \MI A meet for the recording of deposited in tin* < ; Bank. Thi* naiderably q %  • %  rderv. ,-. Under Wb %  yelaaD, depeatte and %  l can be bi BOy window, und it will no longr*be necessary for depu-r ing withdrawal* to go to a cleric I : lOllU ID the cashier. Ail I %  %  Help Boys And Girls To Get Clubs cou i -. I %  J (" 1"' '" \n\ HindnH lO II1..K. withdraw*] I %  nd ;. rul hand by Hu Excellency the ^ „ book ^ i than I .. % %  c.rd and places the pa-. i MI the machine v Street. It | tha old B*3 The build r the number of boj TKIKIDAD SCOUTS preparing to leave, camp, whore tiiey had camped for the paat week t to the local S" l %  %  %  start of B ,' f"", 00 ?' leda an .l Today, ln sheet .imuJtaiteoualy. Th, ma] paae St. PETER'S \/•;> %  lYiiiidutl Semite Leave iving and %  hid Poin %  %  i i %  %  %  i qua I U i Mr. and Mrs. Bynoe cf Orange Hill, Si Peler, .vilU-< the Kolden anmv. • St Pi '' I -iiish Church this afternoon at 4.30 oclot tIt will be the Ural inn. In thi Spatghttfown Church tha: %  • ieets or interest are liven ear* will i onslden.bly reduce the such .1 ceremony will til eon pn^iamni. : dm. remdfed to make ad R-v C C ConUflr.jelU.Der I H a ^ ionth odtt and withdrawals ;.i th form the ceremon> Todav. there ure ln Club !" !" -^ w .-.,^- %  %  the deeight be %  * : 'nd the transaction is 9 1 .ich transWe hop* t.;. id.rod of nhli %  %  m ac h i n e p. to ben ai laaat one ciub -' ""* dei***!, everj p tfrewel In the appropriate column At all the Clul %  %  the 1 %  %  %  date and take pat: '• '.'• %  .. :i s initial also print At the i %  %  % %  !'> Bb \: the CHM "f bustnosa the ntu eh m %  frit %  %  .! %  of aeefa of and Knitting of % %  %  aoorded during Recreation the day's work. part of tl 1expected that depositors Cinomn '" l ;<-leome this new Couple Married 50 Yrs Ago-Todav Church Celebration of out < %  These ChlbJ pTOVl %  who through no fault of their own have nowhere to spend their %  they can meet MI able ami %  |ng> They help to r from the %  tract cornera and rum shoo verandahEnvironment plays .1 %  1 in the Ufa A These Clubs gin gym) background which is so very valuable in thoei •donahle yean, They make the bog uid alrl foe) the) I part of an organisation and that (hey bai of their own Buft, Hut 11 ihould irh '" which win be Donald Johnson, boatl ended 1 ouionaU) n turn lo the 7 Wills Admitted To Probate .: wills milled lo probate:— Lean, Holder, SI. Michael. Mufcy Kinelme UKU, Chrisl Church. Angelina Taylo SI Michael. Jceph William Cossey. SI. Philip. Edith Florence -, rUaWUt H.-.illi. Christ Church. | ia vc ? li/ed th:.t during Ihe transiOrganist of the .lunch will ||. llonal period, additional work is aid* at the organ. M Involved and until this in>rir-i is mr "> n , BS ,0, l mc I l >' , n ', 1 "' "ir llshing boata it Spciahl IIK run u-n.-m of air if "'."' %  p i"""">t. St. Job wlU not b. appreciated , n '"' '"' '"„'• 'J "" "'•"'aLh IP.nage, "f Vl' '• *>** I MI'I.IIVI I %  I ililic H" 3 during the hurnrv Works S %  """ %  '" %  '"'' %  ing rapidly In their work at are on th. Spelghtftown in converting the It.-.;.:' of Si.. three-storifd l.uil.ling 'Arlington' rely "II %  into a In 1 s: Pet.is ply thali AID. All alor. I Tariah. e <„,.*l tnosea can be aeen dally. Th,. -AtfTOcat*" ..... informed mo ored .ill : nice mil %  l '"' II "' ; '"' I '" 1 Il %  tor the centre to be occupied by ,„, poll ,„„„. ... ., % %  %  . %  do wnh %  1 1 In TrinV n. I hold %  %  Students l\>r I n*xLnnl I fui Barbeah* ITiey ar< I : %  %  J Ooodtn Qoodin %  %  Sctci 1 %  he ...I%  warded 1 • |l wi ia1 Innle %  %  8c. %  ksgO a A o • Will l I .. i rdvi %  \ ,: Ho ei %  %  warded ih

t !"" % %  0 oil 1 %  %  %  arvtee lo ttn I,.I> in Orenada whan i tot two raai beton %  l.ui 1.1 two weeks agu 1 mourn theh loss .1 MARTINI r.nd the bet lind Martini M,.i.,,, A U... no (IUI>) *-*'*'-'**--,-,'*'* V*V*V/W// ,*.•, .V-,-,v,v** Ihetr in iiiy Tiiru.i i PoUca I" SolK roonu me pound of the Aah. plentiful ) Hubert Sobers allotted (or toilets and bolh* A %  .! ,,i St Andrew, 1 v. "Jam Alfred new turucturo is being added to underoilna Pooree In Ifra ManSnwll. Si. Andrew. -,„ huililin^ If will lie divided <"" '••"' they go m long agemi'KfB Clu %  %  he IN thC0UH <'f Ordinary into two rooms, corner back he will trail lerdgj The Honourable the Parlihlonei think 0 that the Chief Jucige, Sir Allan Colly more. H a plausible Idea of put' lion will 1Mrun the petition of Henry health centre in Spatial proper Ward of Kings' Village, one of then, %  aid thai would SnhscriptiniiN All the iat* on volunl ' do not %  W W. Reeea,ILC.anatruet< .wiaiim aaiuttance fr< %  : %  %  n„ appeared > % % %  iprung up h With tl %  9 of Clubi %  %  0 up. The petition of ClaudJut Connall s '-' Bcouu undei Bcoui M.I-'. Rani t %  %  of 81 Michael was also granted. Vu,,,r Matthewg. chums of il %  i mg. %  .. Hi for Letiara of AdmlruatraTha foraihui pf the iww Bow Itian and cral of equiption lo the eatata of his wife ['<*>? %  ***> * makmu the ,t men-. I ,n have to bhnln CooneU. late Barbedog8aa Scouta a complaU and an nport price or. £60 per tor -He Land. Eagle Hall ro "l>We eal to [toad aoom the pul I Mr, 1: K Italone Inatnictad by TUti BJUNPALL iteord I Mssrs. Yearwood & 11 ,.j. .',.„„„, ,,f Au t -.. %  II with 1 %  bad the v 1 1 • .,11 hut with .1 t'UC sc %  'When here M0-1 %  1 th. other att* had lo the w. \ .1. u turaj Dape r lm an i CLEANSE THE m.ooit t \n STI UIJI.A TE THE S ) STEM 11 //// B.M. 807 BLOOD PURIFIER III....,I I l.riI'lM.i.l. >.• skin UH ....I tllok. 1. rtiaaftlaa atlanaliwai (he 1 1 nd i Unri.ii. .11 lit il> hate ->*tem to a O/l SALE 13 Price Of Copru rr 11 fn 1 Up rrom To-day 900 Penr. Sold Lot Week HL'NDH plck-d tt ,MlvK.tr .. .Pom I .. k 11. that KEATINGS [KILLS ml4in. > ,v.l *Or M •D.T. \Zrvl 1> The Rover Troop 1 now ton F.O.B. for 1 About 10 1; • %  Ural, Tin tickets %  11.00 and the prlv Ul I'I A40 Cai preseiite.1 C, (OIUH-11 %  i. day from tha 1st of at the Bus Stop in Trafalg-ir Square from 10 a.m. to %  a to pji R R Hunte. Singer Sewing Machine Cot, and ;>herd. We al very BTatafUl to the -o 2nd A rrigidaire 3rd A Radiogram 4th A 5th A %  art all valuable p which can be won I s „,„,%  Mni hll: , the same time % guuln-t a machll W • 1 ing happii uinning thi, R i with buj 1 ,. %  ,... % %  %  %  %  TI looking r.m be ol %  %  bers of the r' (In DUplay 1 %  !' %  %  and 11 win ihei %  ml orer i" In hi toll Tha beat fail rot ;i 003 was Kdibie 'ni and other eopi V' 1 i) Soap, 1 %  Throughout the parish thMaritarui.froi the 1st crops are green and thriving lo i>cr. IBM. %  rfacUon of the planters, *;. Canea. vams. *.-orn and other Agrcemciit expire] on the 31st vegetal.!. M II of the regular soaking been getting all through %  D Lar|, Tcie A.. • rill be on j„ l,fe. I islon '", .,:: j over U hi Service. fiii nipport to this cauaa. The n 1 U %  store % % %  can help %  men and ,f %  ... %  %  HOME-DRESSMAKERS ARE THRILLED WITH versatile, -lasting beauty month. In B0BM Of tha i,.'"''' ,er Bnd %  Most of the young cam s 1 men, bated on tl ilntalnlnfl tl* production m. Canl.l* n t The Aaantbta Sir. have n..' : II F. Alkins have been appointd |...|...| Club S:„i.:l.l-I.. t'-.. A'lvi.. (^ne40 KNIGHTS DRUG STORES I I Ifc %  B %  %  N I I •ill si I rriri'il I %  FRESH SHIPMENT OF l'llll\\ lillltIS %  ALSO %  %  riiii'H 11 1 in its a a II. JilSOU Jllll<> M (ill.. 1,1(1. Di.tributor.. %  M aj aj %  aa %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Furnishing Fabrics by LIBERTY A 1 1 %  • %  1 %  %  1 %  f tha 1. 1 lei Th" n.u:,i 1 .1.1 %  you'll • *—0 Hrel*jl& CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET FABRICS Wmi yovr hwtw-*ifil to ba %  tVaM e-oiha. th look Iik* 1 irlllion r 0 -. r.i eaatara %  <*•* profasilcnil ptrfcciion to tvtry thinj jow m* Diy-dreim. blouie*. tvnin| gown and (Nklrao'l -tar all *nU M ih* en'/of your frlandi 3* • &f •' *• .• %  < % **> .e*^ % i*** iCt* 5 ' .->' ' /ITII//./I/ "v Fnvomritm CRAWFORD'S DELICIOUS SWEET BISCUITS Mi, t .n. 1 !•!• In A Hide varlcl> of lemptint av.ortiT.enU — rarh Bitcall r*perilv baked thrreb* e-rurlnc Ovenfrrnhneaa rlfht up In Bafl lime II r, ,. 1., eu iteaK FOR: CRAWFORD'S SWEET BISCUITS %  • "BEST BY TASTE'' IMPROVE ON YOUR FAVOURITE SPORT We have just opened books on • CRICKET FOOTBALL SWIMMING BOXING \IYU4 All STATIONERY STORE The Most Modern in Barbados



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IIAKBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'KUAY. SM'Tk-MHFH. I. 1M1 HrNRY BY CARL ANDERSON OR OWAK'S MEMORY MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY • ---%,— • N~ J C X ...X -CW1 I N-o .T TUVJS ASE V? TAKB THAT... •ON3 "'O BE // AND "'MAT... AEOwNC "CBS \ /,_ __ _-l V.--T-AT ^V>^ CA-.S H-wse^p AoMOST.... TWEBE WAS WATEX uA* N, VTO T- OOQAA TMXOVGMT -B* TU.NJS... I FiXBS %  vOJ CCS"A -\ |T i r v ^fefl BLONDIL: CV CHIC YOUNG — %  RECORD RECORD ALL ON CftSTROL GERMAN GRAND PRIX STUGGART 500 c.c. in RECORD Time 84.5 M.P.H. 350 c.c. in RECORD Time 81.1 M.P.H. 750 c.c. in RECORD Time 70.85 M P. H. &fc C ASTRL*" THE MASIKUIMLU: l\ OILS "-%  '£ SO •UCCIOT ^ 9 Sou IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER —->£_ >J ,' ..i.S£BVlI.TT.lY r "C\ "( **T TSLB&S^' STATIC* THAT TVL < %  SCXD ws eat. STTXIN — SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Crodi* Customers for Thursday to Saturday oniv BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS m&pc %  a Soli ..,_TMIC OUSHT ^O %  %  ^jr UN MY BEST i SUIT, WMeRE CO VOl T irv< •ujfS COIMJ? VOU MO-IT A6 VVEi_i_ TR-.E CLjOrMES--vOlJR(NOT" UHA/INC TMI-J %  • .. I TOMOHTI ^=s JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND T3TUMK / TCVOMC* *0" CM." "_ %  •-%  THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES gi %  <\£VSUtH& USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW RED CHEDDAR CHEESE (per h.) 1.15 I.BO POTATOES p> iolt.fo. 1.20 I.OB Pkgs. JAC. CREAM CRACKERS .49 .11 ONIONS p.r lb 10 lbs lor 1.60 LM I3oL HEINEKENS BEER .26 S9 SLICED BACON (p.. lb.) 1.20 l.BO D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street MORE POWER TO THE MINX! NOW FITTED WITH A MORE POWERFUL ENGINE, The Hillman Minx, a full size family car famous for its economy... gives you... MOHE S/>eec/ k\ THE CET-A-WAV I !P


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SATl'RDAV. SEPTKMBI.R 1. 1151 BARBADOS AOVOCATF •M.I SI YIN CLASSIFIED ADS. ^^L^V^ ~, !" L !" L., Tiimnal tana ni II ..at* i" lasak* bah* . %  .. ** CHANCERY SALE TRLIPHOMI IBM II >! % %  § p*a nuSHr Nit tDIM) -On A4-H Jilt. IVI. a> lit am today IM in, stssSSun < %  .t*r> OUJB CUflf. CUW.I CUHl and % %  ^lark* 1 Oil|| tdward Algar-.ori Elmo das-** -IMII VI 1#" Pro* pact St JMIN Scholar and mem i,*t at CLI Mil lunar. i H 4m w at 4 p %  "Irphm Church Md (Mane* Weburv Cauun Egbert ••clock t Ai.g..*l 11.1 i-wan Villas. % %  At* Tl war k**v* I-.-J..., ii otntn< I .r St •Ml at halt Mtcl i Mr. I. • %  Hi* ar* invii*eaj UMi l-l OB..UM O....itl -Win Brd< pa, %  rood .-on Eat* Quit I • 11I II -31 %  AMBS Ajmit'R TiTMiiIie<-r.anl sdFlrToS i 1 t vjcNT Mil*. %  • %  •STY AU THAI i. •-,.. pi-, Bfil lllrt K..O.I at .uaw OOTON mutATB-T. Sat*. rutnlOwu hVua*. I'ppPr B*I I 4lU Vwi and An asm Cluhe All > IMP eanvanlenca* Appar • %  > pnm t > SI—I Nd, Onnsl .all darcaI'lantalean anal a*i tr I* I %  meaauage ... "* ">-•• %  ihateaLaA,!. ml %  i wl na.t .l..ut.hg and bound r %  .la ol one '.i %  -IMthe tank* mi) abut iand ill ,1 • %  WOattJiY DOWN' ..loataai it Ta* (Rack. C* Cn n-ea.il, .nMnpriiZ — — 1MT Maoel in pod having lite* MTMM with conNCWM I FLAT Oft Clue Water* TfttKf. newl r* se.-,.ood Dial-i * as* bath* U*|a os-UMl* B*J-til with ipai.au. cupboard* Pne*. 31 • Jl-*n laiT Two-car gars** i.o **.,tu .1* 1H-I( Laundry. Fa* fuitlMt Nr> %  %  — i an,:. Ra>h A Innl. laaaa* FLAT-At t Marv*i V,rra ( a Apt I *• TW MM i f li—jA M Fonlaualla "tionaJMi .laaa Data uf Bala AH—On* VauKhail \*ah> I MO—41 tleu. W tmatlam rai.dil.a-i Low *iilBay Dial--Mid CdUrMPI Q*iw u a 'i TAKE NOTICE CAR On* Vuh'll l| d-na • i-.tM) kilaa. Ilk* naw. Phaatp MR. . . Kincit or dNa> Cyril SMUU I SI In 1 tUtiaa 90 l; a .„ -ft,,* pj^j, — H*u^ ]•>• %  %  Mhdal | „ ,' hitCAJJ an ThOMiM Land. Claphaan ||*. II • 91CAR On* DoaKa Car %  ood uoiklnc tondition cBar rafuaad Phona dfbl Kouaa JO fiinlPhM. I Spal pf fan at Ad.anl Rnad. Pntpart* in T*a*did* Bank rid I MOTOR DYKE T),a Atncl tguata Motor Byk. No rMaonabla alua Apply C Spancat. tlllU if RindIT 3S4J jo 1 SI The lollo*ind <..!• in a.calWnl OMt* ditlon ; Doddc Cuitom Rrtfan — Fluid tilva latwoluUly A-l 1.100 00. VauxhaU \>ain II p I Too 00. ifaa HilLm-n IW 0. IMS-4T HII.K.OI :u* CO. I...J l-'afarl IM 00 Cobr & Co Ud Ba> dk Ptobyn Alivrt' 30 I H (n m M^%aM*4?'! land Itara r*a>onah.a T*._,% R*ally CMPHHH Aandi Madu I *.a*1 Dial %  *! 1 4 I rt MMMMI MM Matk*r*ra Hom. M. datt un4i>mt %  lina**. S Badrnruna aa-' .,. •al -*r*a Carag* and arrvaotda 11 win MM all aaiviraa .it'id.iu: da* *orrttard appanun alrlv naif an i -i,,-. i I t I i Th* Ltddcrauincd will D n>< fn ftal* at .iKitron.patmon at InaU OnVa No 1. hipti Stict UlrldtaiuBn. on frlta' nth. n. ot Vplrabn IMI. a) j w V ' XHA1J II hp Salaon HOI. i iM.-wumii [,, i ,.,., ol our l*l.rd fat hat (..van („. ling raorth wh.. (Ml \ XMh. 10W. It doaan'l na*d a aparial da> To fertmg con to out Tha daya .. do nat ifeUR % %  ( PJBJ Atr vcty hard to find For what purpoa* Lord 1 rannoi aa Bui all la wall that > don bt Thaa Rvar to h* tamambrrad l.y v..mired Joi*ph Cirlton .*or.i. Clarlaaa tlary Anntr. Owandolyti. Mm A MoMfetn 'Dautfhtaf lantha Grava nlacaand five urandchltdrcn I t SI-In ELECTRICAL RIFRinERATOR-Cr. I'S A. manufaci „tr. %  .JIMP Dial Mia THE COTTAGE OUT MtOP otandtni %  >r SUdD •dt.air faal u | ^i^. adfoanltuj tha %  arbaejaa Aq.iatK Out. ODtMhar -iih ttu> Goodwill and A.aai. af iha MJM, n->w farrlad on undVi |h* MM I MM INKPECTION on Mond.tya Watnrada-a and Pi Ota n. Idl w w n in* nau • r>l 4 and pm aat apptwaimi n UM pramtaaa F>.t l.nlnat p-.i-uUr. and ,~ondiliaw % %  ( -alapa<. u. COTTUaT. CATFORD Ca Si %  51 lln Mil I \k |n loving memory dearlv balovd who fall aalaep on ISth Saptrn fin .IIIIN and %  |. Loved and rripeclad wherev F\er to be r*n,ai.Ju-t*d (daughter). Odeaaa iBrolhan, Mrt Walnu Yard* iNuwei Dania Goddam iNaphaw. | t Sl-ln HIl.TMIIOItin to d*r tnolnar Da pariad Ihlo Ufa Ethalbrrt. Hillary .So vs %  atanll MM Wlltahire who n teptemba^. I*I> lllahlra pand< PraMan. Clavaianrt Enid. Odadi.ilhtI t Sl-ln 11%. GOVERNMENT NOTICE FUR M1V KE LIVESTOCK SI'ANIBI, Maiimni Sun PhanaOH T1 ii..an*d will odfar lor *ala at puhllr dimpetitinn M thMr oinea. 4o IT Hill Itieet. BrMCet.mii oaj r, .< %  > ihe llh OaU of M|Moanhi. 1M1. al I The dwallinghouM V tl O Wit M "UVM VUJJ6. -llh in. Una) whereon the aam* atanda and tn*f*to lelongm,. oont-lnlruj bj -dmeaauren-tm *aa .quare ( H( or thenaboula. ..nd tna oul buildinga Ihaiato, Utualr on the Sea, al Haatlnfv Ctirlai Ctturch. ujolnina: Hotel Royal Inapaetian any day a*pt Hundayi, i-lwr*n lha hour of It nrjon and S p m. For further particular*, and mndlttom ol Mir .pply M— COTTLE, CATFOBD CO M 0 M-E n r - %  BL>1 Muioll Coa.i 1 0 SI Road) Avail HVtllli HELP IK B-al lad in SI Prla. npM UEF 1 be -illio. M Warn In make lhat diarmenta A.-*l> > H Maraha.l Batla Halt Ho*d. Dial SOU 1 • *1—In i .. ... 'ii-, 1 BM0h|0l al %  > Borai SAIJMMEN. Young EnefMUe i*n KtnpHoed on %  ...... ..IIII Adv*i!n.n (• %  > Bal*a> baata n pa*. H %  That R %  • M|. .lolina. Unl BBTMOLD* T .iiAi n : lha State i MMMOi it Imp H % %  I ttataa od America. Mam Hi a tiada mark In Patt A .. i ut.nellei. ciaan unoklnd niokrn and am.IT and will be lln 30th div ol Aud.nl IMI. in i%  •lean North Applied lor lha leaul.-tion leaped of (.•baecn of all kind, ami Im .... p r ddkj r la. produci' io limed 1* laalMer the aame aft*r m.mlh Iraan B i.a aajajpi The tiada mark IV.lt t %  %  at* 0M0 i T M • %  GOVEKNMEM NOTICES IHU'NKKAET CENTRE. BAY STREET Tha toUowlnjj pioirammi' ol Evtmng rin<* will i StrMrt, rton Mondaj nth spptpmiwt to Friday. 30lh Novt-mbct. 1951 Monday—4 30—6 00 P.M. Aicouiitant offer, BDUIHI uamlfuj M ^eieial ^mbilwua (union Ap|M*cant TuesOSV mini be prepare*! to .iuO\ .md qualify Prudraoua aalary, %  todv laava lr*a theoretical lullloi. r.irllant bed) Apply in OWn tiandwriUM* alaOlna aee. detail* ol Bok W dlHTi It! i 30—8 00 1* M 4.30—8 00 1' M p"^" Thiirday-4.S0-C.D0 P.M. %  MECHANICAL BICYCLES -Hen EM (-. BlBlMI RMPI mcaa coui"* G M Dial '"* UII: MACHINF. HI peifee 1 in KB One hand aWwmg MBTMIM MACHNEH TWO i> Singer Treadle Kcchine at trrol Miliinglon *khmldt. .-la oarriaon. | si—n JAMAICA GOVERNMENT KAIL WAV Application for Pol of DraughUmati-Survryor Applications are invited from Qualified persons not over the tie of 45 .• %  .ii -, for the pensionable post of Draughtsman-Surveyor in the Combined Engineering Branches IC.vil fc Mechnnical) of the Jamaica Government Railway. 2. Applicants should be able to desifm and prepare specifications for umldliiifs and other EnKlneciinit Worka. supervie the actual ioii>iruction of minor Engineertw Works, .mil carry out levelling and "iirveying. and shot.Id I* qualified, and experienced In Mechnnical Drawing and machine design and be abkto proRjMUw m.chanical specifications. 3. The salary is In Ihf 5ralc l!75 a year rising by iiuifim-n!^ 01 ES.'i t.> CMO .i y.v.i The nuixiinuiii ..In. may bt> offered to a suitable candidate. Th ;ippuititment will lie subject in lha poaai n i of the prow medical examination as to physical fitness and will be on probation for a period of three years. 4. Applications in writing. stating qualifications and experience, should be addressed to thGeneral Manager, Jamaica Government Railway, and will be received up to the 15th of September. 1951. (Sgd.) E HAMILTON. Acting Genriiil MmMsT 18.8.51._2n. MPIA • Portable Typa Writeralt of Iheic World Rrnownod r. now In Rock For fuMher patDU1—31M A C Si HILL Tha undenajned will offer tar Sal* at public competition at then Office. No 11 High Street. Bridgetown on ETMay lha 14th day ol September. |M at 3 Tho lwo-*tor!*d DwoHlatJppuM knoon at CONIBTOM". wlta lha land a.heteoM lha same *t.nda and (hereto belonging, •ontalning by admeaau re man t %  *l. aqua re leal or thoroabauU. alluaOe a< lOlh Avenue Hellcvl.le. St Mtetuial Inapedlon bi appolnlnuinl with Mr. I. L Toppin, .'it. Avenue. Dial TTM For further paiticu'ai-. and conditloni I of sale, apply M: — COTTLE. CATFORD AT CO UM H r. v Pla MISCELLANEOUS Comer of l.i'tvhild or 8t Lawrsowft *'i ma-' -lephona Dial BST0 I I M—Bn Tasty Dishes and Ttble laying Smock inK Cdsfet ami Pastry Making. Advanced Pattern Drafting c.inlibean Cookery. MVanMd Dressmaking Advaiweil Cake Icing. Simple Handicraft*. lUitlerniK Simple Dressmaklil| prill tallg plaMt at the Hounrcral *— 5 HOUBBS at Navy Gardeix it Maiihia. and lite City On* Hi Ane apot of land UM building .He. with TO nd IKIt ru MISCELLANEOUS -..> par .g ft Con Dimoon Hockley .pen •—1130 am. r ant lo Buy. nil. ol Phom COFFEE -O K Coffee. Freah .hi 1 (hi* lai'ourlle packaged coffee gM e had from >our grocer II I J AUCTION TAKE NOTICE j>RINCEALBERT I 30--6.00 P M Registration for all classes Centre between 10 i.m I] Noon and 1*1 ween 2 Wfinesday 51li .md Thursday, fith September. 1951 r--. %  mug* be paid tn (idrauv for the" term at the flint n.. 5 t"i OsaCtl coins.* in Sewing. IV.Hern Diatting. SmrxkniK .mil ll-ndiCMftl 13 Tor each courw In Cake and Ptslry Making. Cake king; l istj DlihBt and Table Laying. Caribbean Cookery and ksuUtfing 2-' will be refundad it the end of the term to all stifclenls who BttoMd ">'•'' %  of the classes Department of Education 27th August. 1951 19 51 2n CAMFJtA -Kodak 19. Al New. price "a hundred dollar* Fltt. Knight* Ltd ''( Pharmacy. I1JSI-T F N Gl NTS HATH TRUNKS: Woollen •Verting Qui.mv. Maroon Colour M II *-. "on'l lot get lo Buifor your nel Seabath at Klrpulani. SI Swan Stieei AI.VANIZBD SHEETS —1ft M gauge IS M each Limited number onlv m Ralph Ite.ird'. Show Ronn lo-ei Bay at | t 11—In rn.l.ER BRUSHES—New .hlpment. all kind* Fuller Bruohe* including Ladw* PrlatkKombs. Oent'i Brlitlecomba. Toolh r.'uihe*. Dentnl Plate Biu.haa. Complaxlon Rru*h*a. Bath Bnnhn. Cornb C.innei*. Manicure Ilru.hei, Powder Pruihea. Floor Scrub*, r>bre Bowl BrtNOtaa, aottl man v others h P CIIKBBMAN B rxj LTD Mlddl. Streei bi.mtmtofi Ot .1 3.TSJ UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I hava been instructed By th* W.ier, %  orliB Depl to sail al theli vard. Cnler! Wig* Sttvet on Tuesday nem tlh Sepl ti.hri al I p m One lout Trurh Trfma Ca,h Il'ARCY A RtTOTT UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BY leroinmendallon* of Llnvd Agent. .e will aril on TUESDAY the 4th SeprillMl, " Drum. tme-O-Ona 1 SewII g Machine*. 1 Car T-ie.. 9 Wa.h latin*. 11 Caaa* Fruit Eraenres. and al*o B> pe Bhoa.. IS1 Tin. H*I a Foot. M Hand Bap. M 8*4. Dlll FlU.ntur* S :aat lion Pipe* 11 leet long, is Co*** Douda fheet*. 1 rain Indinn Perfume lUVNOIDfl T>HtA(t 0 upoiallon orfnlred SM he law* of the Hl..le o( it-1 Stale* ol An. ti... .i huiina** nddre.. M Sl'. 1. ".Ll .I'M.MorUi Catatlna. Unltad Stale* lea. Manufatluiar.. hai applied I|*aWrat***l al a Had* maik si I" od RegiMei In t.apect of of all kind* and lot a (Igatrtlaa. rlassr*. imoau.t lobac... tobacco product*, prod ,.d %  naK and will r*.>lrr the Sane COMPANY. J • %  IIting utida PHf* fOTM] OrikMO M Putt dnmpensalion Eor "Irtissh InteresU In Freneao Njtli.nailsnl Gaa And fe:iecUltll> I ndertakings Ar. Agratmient hat been concluded between the Government of lha United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and ine Guv11 nment of the Trench Republic relating to the terms of eompen-.-..... f llntish interests In French nationalised gas and electricity undeilaklngt. British nationals who are the pMtnt owners of such interntu and Bfho wish to claim compensation urder the Agreement may obtain further Information about the pr*vlsioris of the Agreement and UM procedure fo. llnui.mission ;i etastaM thereunder, on application .it UM Colonial Sdw-paittry'ii OTflrf The Fri'iitb (imiinmciil ha .<• agreed to an amendment of (hi Agreement lo provide for nn extenslt"• of the 'ime-llmlt for the *ub mission of doMtaraUoni of gcttptaiiea, liaUJ the Itth Seotember. mrii 31.851—2n. ^titled lo OHIKXTAL SOI VI MIIS Gifu. Curios, Jewels Antiques. Ivory. Hllks Etc.. Etc.. Etc. imSm I'r. Wm. Hry. SL :: Dial 3466 Vll nli.ii EDITAT10N in II PRINCIPALS OP COL LEGE8/SCHOOL8 ALL MANAGERS • Graduated Venarualaa School Teacher • Normal I ata—lour year*' TVacher*' Training College arek employment to teach Spanish In college* and school* and, or Iramlatlng Inlerprcling t mercial Brtn*. Wrlle to %  Grow. Far-seeing FURNISHERS are Starting NOW for Christmas i a*d Vanltlea. Slooll. ditead*. Wardrobe.. Clean-ofawer*. CradkM. Bed*. CouelUS*. irhle Top a other WaarHtand* Decoration Tea Ti 1 r-.ilure Morrt* Sprtn| ,i U lls t sssl i-.-hioei*. Tub Suit** and separate piece. Ruin uptight arm and rocking chair* tor grown-up. and childreSi up Bnntoe* al SIB. Electric PL-k-up. and He'd. M Sewing MaclUue*. hand and treadle*. Chain and regular Hitch and* boot-msaing-BUY :.*OW L.S. WILSON twin' n. VACANT P08T Rtlief Mannc Oftlcer. Trinidad Oovernment leivice, Port larvices Departmenl ApplirarTons art Invited toi UM pogl or iteii<-r Mann. I Tiundail Governmtnt M.nn.i Stivm. p..u Snvm" Iseparlnieiit 1 .iiiiiuialea must ba In II MI lot ol i I tetUk %  '<• ol C**h|srtenc) u. HoiBt Trade Master Maiun-r bssWOKl by the Government of TriiiHli.t Or by the Marine Roanl of Jumnica. 01 a certificate of equal nr tiipeiinr value Issued by a competent authority in the United Kingdom 01 I '.f the Commonwealth. Il Is desirable but not essential, thai candidates should have had experience In the management ami manoeuvring of tugs Tha salary of the post is In the scale $2,400—120—12 86U pei um but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the seal nt a point eommensurstr with hi prosVosMM experience and quallflca tlons A rninnnitctl overtime allnvtanii' of $25 per mensem Is payabl 1 salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem is payable 01 lary in excess of $2,400 per annum ..hore quarters are not provided but In the case of officers recruiltWI IsssBJ an allowance equal to the dlReniH-e I-UM-M 10' ,( ,.,i> and rent paid ii payable to an olTlcer who rents unfui'u % %  ><. %  MHBU tUdTBFK tnPEN BI 0SS0M • BLUE H. 4CINTR tJlittciing, %p,.iicss glass. andnowjicrixcvled —just a Idtk? Windolcne tprcad over Ihc glax., ghsj d a moment to dr* then polish it lightly. The result is fjulilcss. sparkling pcrfoction. Windolene rot wikSMwi. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 Communists Say Allies Killed Red Police S. Koreans Take Key Hill Round The Clock Offensive Started i ,,„.. TOKYO, August 81. \ FORMAL Commur.isi protest charged tnai on Saturday about ten South Korean iroo-3 attacked three Red military policemen in thi song neutral zone on Thursday, killing two and wounding the third. Peking Radio broadcast a protest by General Nam II, '.ho chief Communist truce negotiator, to Rear Admiral Turner Joy, head of the United Nations armistice team. Nam said that on the same day, but in a separate incident, other Allied troops fired guns in the area of Pan munjom inside the neutral zone. O.M0.\ Nam said lh.it still .... Koreans, armed with nuehine nuns hfluid their countrymen to escape after thi kilting .f the military policemen. Nam II said : "| proti ously. and demmd the most sever.punishment for thosereaponslbk for the incidents, and also demand the assurance that such incident; Will not occur attain". The new protest was dated Align a few hours after Nam had lodttcd %  formal protest alleging thai B 26 hnmber had violated the neutrality of Kacsontf. by flying over the urmistiie city and drooping a parnchut • Hare near the conference site An Eighth Ar.,, spokesman today announced the opening of n round the clock artillery and all attack on the Korean East front as the Communists made fresh accusation* that the United Nations were trying to wreck the ceasefire talks by violating the neutral area. In mounting a series of accusations of American "trearhery" In Korea, Peking radio today said that the Americans were "writing off these peace talks, and trying to force the Koreans and Chinese (O MMnM the responsibility." Tne broadcast linked the Kaeaong truce talks with the forthcoming Japanese Peace Treaty Conference In San Francisco Thi States had deliberately acted to ruin the truce IU ^illations "to tone the Japanese people to build up thenlighting strength." Peking Kadio said. America was determined to "wreck the talks before the San Francisco Conference." The broadcast served to bolster the belief, long held here in usually well informed circle San Franciscn Conference had always figured in C< ...IIIUIIM strategy nt the Kaesong Conference. The Communist move to initiate the ceasefire talks came after the plans for the Japanese Treaty signing had been announced by the United States State Department. Today's Peking radio broadcast quoted as further evidence of the *reck Truman Not Likely To Visit Europe By OAKOLL KrNUORTHY WASHINGTON. AUK. 31 1 • pon Iblllty of President Truman visiting Europe| in! White House chate, but the bC cannot plan such %  trip now. Some viaitOM from Kutope hive urged him i % %  would like to see htm go as a propaganda move to in %  ': % %  %  !< %  t'r.it, %  ] St.it* i,.ii %  %  I ire indications that Truman has bte-i InBnenced by tin enthusiasm which his Margaret showed ifu-t bl ->nd has probalilv beet, ••neouraged by ht %  %  an experience Bei Truman says that he WOUld Itke I., go, but can make it.. i r plan* now. offleh.lg Mid. He haj been just is noncommittal us ever t<> v. recently urged hun to fO iwrted. A Cmxl Reason Truman could easily find .. gu.id reoaori f.. r ; visit to Bu servers said One would I*repaying the official trips whicn the French President Vincent Ann-.. and the British Prime MinuteClement Attlee have mad* Aurlol was hr I( uut April. There h.is been rcpcite*; Speculation Omt Truman would repay that visit sooner Other reasons for ...-, alto be to s. %  the Burn coven undei th. M whuh tachnlcelh i 6TH ARM* HEADQUARTERS, Korot, Aug. 31. j .11 KD HATI0W3 troops lough! to the top of a key hill on the "bloody ridge" on Vrid.ty night after a day of savage lighting, and held their line*, against desperate Communist counter attatkd ov two other hills in the same sector. s ,i iba hfli % %  %  N i Koreai i I %  %  u imp* I Conference Will Show Who Wants Peace Pilot Flew Faster Than Any Human I ALIKOHMA Aug. 11. i i Pilot Bill Bridgman (lew I ill faster than any human being in, %  taiiy Aitf. the instruments, ti had only a brief peep at tht wurlaV, Mh mile beltf*. He said, I gnf ontv I hfirt look nut. It || Qt light UP said that he eoukJ the curvature of the%  mrtfc. beg I %  liktmgmsh objects 00 the pound. The United BU I %  ,i rtntndi Hnd|mn had broken the lo-yaar%  m teeC, %  rvtng balloon. I i c took bu rocket powered • j ticket plane t4) mi undisclosed ultitudr over Edwai ... Air rorce base al Muror on Amu* 18 r.r. UHN i\ MflBf COUN' Chief Scout of Jtpr.ii, hi Boy Scuu'. Ti ..i.Hi.. | utre at Oil 1 KedCliinaW ill France Fears Resurgence \rms Some of tho • — v.v. "American determination '.o the talks", the nssignmem to the President to gjo. oaten.! ... United States* delegation to the; make th? trip In 10 U conference uf lliig.idier (Jenernl. spending three each in : William Nuckols. who hu acted [ l.ondon :,nd thu-, %  %  as chief spokesman for the United dealt here in :. ; Nations truce delegation. Nuckol*. time. Ihe radio claimed, would "''''' U] American story to tneir own MteUltan to por/uade Uicm thai they mull accept the American plan to re-arm the Jl| %  ru the American intention to continue and expand the war here". The broadcast followed close on the heel* of the Communist eh rues that there were froth Allied violations of K • It quoted the Communist newsp.iper repo saying that South Km. armed with machine guns advanced to within three miles ol Kaesong bef'ire b-in* halted by "Police %  uardt*' OeneraJ Nam n. Chief communist delegate to the Kaesong Armistice Talks lodged I stroiiR ornUsl over the Peki'g Radio lonlght concerning the "eontinuInto the neutiiil zone bv united aircraft." General Nam II demanded that the "culprits' bi overely punlehcd and soeght "full assurance against any repel dent in violation of the neutrality rone ajraornenl on row S esterday's alleged In I adlo said that when the Communist military patrol ohaead the South Korean iroo) botch of Unlh ed perPQCUM I wh" the Kaeaong neuti %  a cd the South Korean* with I machine gill .. w towards the %  outhaaat .ii^mj the I rallw it "nt until 23" > i un. that your armed persoi pft the neuti ndded -I'.P NotBeliivili'd To Talks NSW DILfU A %  Nehru told Ptaiilt %  3ilna would not be invlfaancc I'. >, %  > t onleirin. jSan Francisco. B niy India. Burma (and Indonesia would b %  %  %  consti.ru touch With I e Parliamentary criticism of buUl tend the Japaneae Tre (etenoo, Neiim iiiillmil to reveal t of the disci | Britain, the United Stab [India during the preparation ol 'v. Instead, he refer r ed eritta to tba reoantJ %  'Include* Indlo'M obfaetlomi T<> V I Treaty. Nehru re-afflrmed thai m had not (ommunicate,t to If i. views liefore accepting ferenre invitation. W'n Inent cril arnment bad • <• %  ne Fai Cornmiarion, Nehru replied had no reason or r I made o* ;the great ytowers at \ P — |M*. Of Germ a A it • TH£ TALKS oi Tnin an'i pexsonal %  tbcti : %  (Mnada Protests U.S. Import Itan OTTAWA, A ( l i • BI ,. proj blbUlor, ,n th.imporu i "> %  '.j the i .iieva Tra %  %  i ato L.u, dl in ill U i State olni ihe today, ti.%  %  K I tb> >• aj ya, vi'k :t elb* 9tai Oepe meri ,• ',,<.;, v^thbJr-on t,. i be la n .. tna i ri th i-ll'i i f %  i> : Qornuu U %  %  . i ictl ... %  %  i %  %  nicnt fi %  I %  '. irth 'i. m ; ( ch •fi win.; ambal %  %  -n "mtui n I fi %  rn-Lii it into \ >i be—i r WASH ifS %  n., %  i ihat thi i %  I %  i. id 'i %  I 0 lhal Uw pad I : ,,i opportunlt) %  i that i lot U ..: ':. i %  .nil sign. !i,. pj %  Hie o '.it renci "will wan) t" tot |ti n do % %  John Fofter Dullo Republican i uthor i>f the trei I pact khvi ... tea. He ei HI | %  i %  i tii. i %  %  R (U W IODOI wai j{ %  i in i %  .-in it..( hopi Ml to rib F.B.I. \ab A-ven Su^eoted i Fn Tho Djope Rinp \*KW YORK, August 31. • d -n the u i Iclon of conducting a coast nng th;tt (1.000,0 .ti-;v. Police tald thai narcotic pedClueagn, and Brfiton had flown Vork to make purrha-es fro i the seven man Tin-i. night by ban Moctlvea who ^od trailed them hy posing Deteetive Kati ; S( narcotic "an evil of ma '.forcement I up parents muat Join in the lii^lit ;<• I out. —V.V. ultan lUBlj — r.p. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART %  martn: r,M a.m. hnu t % %  00 p m HMa: N* iw Uoon. LiMhtuiK Up ] p.m. liiiih TidS,flB vm mul 4.1H p.m. Low Tid< 10 05 a.m. and m I l A Train Apiece NEW YORK, AugU Sydnev 11 Quigham, who le,d New York City's 'rain system believes that the solution to HUM >!etropolitan area's jammed subways and bui lines is an H bullet-ehaped puah*buttonog underthrough a pneumatic tubes. Foreeastint; the t the full.ii' i suggested that fH i would be si itloncd In merit of tl i %  I tut>e-'. Motive power would be by "compressed air of great ,. %  without 01, ijoisnm —L'.F. soriKrn t. itent. '1/ %  .. Ii ig< U i %  %  reochln • %  %  '•: %  ... "the !,'•' 1 I i v |i tht %  be te the Ronerai u Stood her.that the Unit.,1 StWaM Agriculture t> %  %  %  UNI on hi ttaehed to th. .,T %  .. Rill which went ti i -t' V Missing Di|*li nuls May B< In Cxcclioilovukiu l.o\.-.\ %  I .IK' -I! haw beti %  und uu n %  %  %  %  nil) IIM i i % %  '' %  • %  r reign 0 11 i .11 Ilrrahl .,.,1 OutVi I e U ,foi Hi. .nfe re -inti> Rw -i %  nl %  i ... | i. i",' %  nariled the %  hope di (Iffi.iuls Try To End Copper Strike %  1 mopped up ii S U v m. n the AllH\| i . "ticy n ami!, amm %  th %  'i ; i'..' i % %  ide to 1 • : on iiu. I i %  i 1 1. \ I. mid all ihrt lulls ihej kttUj ir rhe > lhal lb Kon p ushi within three mils 11 Ki "continuing'' thru nghl in i .iiin the Kon v. mlgbl be the .i ihe i Red i durlni all .. Friday attacked thi United N.. MNTlAt.il. (hile, Aug 31 Incerlty" in thA sharp but brief parthquukc Kaeson(( I com '""* SantiaRu and Central Chile plcMy Iun i ndiy. First reporl Indicated WASHINGTON. Aug. 31. Fnknl and Union ObVUlll *irlt u i|mrk settlement uf the i lUOOWIdO eopper Mnki it orderaciualh obhlned. Truman invoked the ration.1 cmemenrv Taft-Harth v Act 111) niRhi Bs 11. lude t rrttuuj the injunctinn to returi. in n tn work iii the vital I .-tr > % %  -I'.P. 1(1 Ships II, I.I Up DUBLIN, AUK. 31. %  i Iran rca^saared ddp i. thi ttarflte irf HO %  mm who dcrtmnii a 32i. weekly tase tt.P. <,in,ikr Hits Santiago n invilntlon t,> pttun .i i r l; snu HO dainagi (IV Tiioiisuiiil-' Vllt-ml Canadian Fair .iiAugusl 18 Occupy Island sAKJON. Indo-l'hina. Aug. 31. i uii piraurooperi occupied i "f C'u Luo 3-1 miles north %  iniinh im.c of Quaiif•I %  Huriiif^e Itaidtrl Indian Village Bitrtoa I OH &mojj ;i\t's i The com i H i. %  11 ,ui Ml I HO Hi then left to %  1/ ', %  '.' -I this peel ...-, %  he £ .... %  MH CAKI.YI.K .. rei Uw ss Col i BURTON %  NEW DELHI, Aug. 31 Mi iru inid pi %  '' h 24 this year It %  • man I i Burma % %  . •hovill^eot l'....vu ... o,.c %  i tided i hu on the Indian boi it. iii thai 400 he i i nnt. live*toek kllleit ..rut Standing TO;. ra den ha< laportatlon of !_'" it .* raid was repeati d Bv* dai Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund THE ItOOO a day p\ce was malataiiied yclerday SI, 180.00 Andlng Ui way into the fund Thu earned the tot*i well beyond iLe S.'>.000 mark wl:i,li repri-Miitn collection' for a week BUT THT. COAL IS YET AFAR OFF The ii'*d of tn' IIID.IOI" iRr-'Cr thin ,...->. D % %  raipaat Ht .%  .. bukhai roadl re ,„ *... t PIof the -ii— %  I %  r odirect I' thofflc" Of aiwgagsr Ol to-day. • % %  •rtTWUlWUWtl N ~ %  I'.:.. -• ( %  A I • %  j r A M \'. M S Mil Co 1 M %  M.n.l II Miw r \r C B. D I CM M I Hi %  aw .1 H > as V an %  114 %  I < I Ii \ Mn-hln%  MlM H Lyn but there wren %  U .1 Ni.khu vlll if II'. (rdianCoininittfM'Tfv Assist Juinuicaifri i with .<•* tinn prei I ... id'InformaUon could not be .... • 'i in Si* let %  . %  %  nil ID be there—I r Iralnlnfl ol Ubrarin Mcinwhik nlM II. i:itn if [50^ h ch< < Ionia i %  • ; V/i I Fui d %  .'.....: foi % %  I 111 'A %  Ubrarlin, in 11 11,. < %  i -. R %  %  %  ,. i %  %  I %  and will emu %  i %  -. the 12th %  < %  1981 in. laigi %  '" m m,iv niheasl i.f arid and ftl** TN | were %  iiWrlod by French Nnv\ If. FISHY! L0NOON, Aim. 31. A llnh Ml Frank llitii, ihi thlgftl % % %  lei !i i. %  -k lashed oul — I the f*H>t-liiii^ Ii Ii on I las) week iftei ovei I perrons 1 eatsj n( the < I fethlbluon lunaauea. . oiourfu) ml, Di ii'"'-" I \ p rrtfane uilei i • %  . ...ii... Mill i i .... Wi w w ibi back with hi. nil ihe I l lied Hound ind h.l Hitchcock 11 ,0nlarl Vl ,, Hllcbe rk gut %  AsaarW % %  . %  || ,-. nj, i .Mii.m resi .i In lurh i i Can%  il i eniered **i ** *m v % %  i H i i .i ip The "ADVOCATE" pay) for NEWS Diol 3113 Day or Night MONTREAL %  . %  %  Mulr, Pi Of Can.. %  < .l\ — %  Cold View Prevails Among Economists (Bj HARRY FRANZ) . H fOTOW t .,,', %  1 itin-Amencan Kepn' I the futuic purl pov %  . %  %  Road washed V.waj "! %  I .. % %  Fad %  Belli v ashed ester. Pi \(lv— ,. %  %  %  %  from Hlllaby. 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TWO l:\Ki: \l>< iADM M Ml S M I RD \, ~.| I-11 Mill R I 1*51 Ccuuh Coiling H i. %  %  tM I ItOi Rev Te.irher n[ the 9 the Publl In The? Balance of the Lww.rJ Islands Mr. ind family i I St Kir %  HI UcMlenry visited the • K i %  t5 ft i^ l>elng pul throuKli .i riun s-lop pumping tet B was the seen H F.XetMIrtw-. afij • %  niinh the ptM lit* -a. mntd -i Augusl has invn M KaU per I I f_Ie lien In the balance CH bt> a source of supplying the I'M of tha pan U adequate water supply.' vhoW island i krcnly awaitInfl the results of thia test wbktl v .11 Lndtcaia coplo In tha I It Back To U.S. M il i.RHAI.n WALKER ol Whit, HaQ Road who for the a*aaki had been on j \ is.il to Barbados from tha US. II W.l.A. for Pl*arto A.IJ bark lo Vivk Mi Widke,^ .. Barb, .nig for many yearn In JuMrtca. Holiday Over M R. AND MRS. ALEXANDER JAMADAR ,.nd ihctr %  oUo wore among UM ir.' rrinldad bf I! W I A -..-. %  ii boliday* inn here slaying at "S\v. %  WorU Mr. Jamadar u .i BtefT. %  •:-..: I->w In Sap nuiulo. Two Weeks M R. MICHAEL LAIN*;. Asslgtant to the Gcnrrul Manager Of Ti.. %  i %  Lffualan Service from Trinidad on Tuesday ng to B W i A. to tout nu arifa and family who arrived ban UM QBMH. He expsjCgaj to be in Harbados for (nut about two I i Mr. I.a in a was a former minnger "f the RediiTuaion Sei vice here, -. % %  hen it mi known at Radio Distribution. W.I. Art T i LI I ii .by local %  %  %  exhibited *een last > i MtVi rl: i %  Pi nee. Francis and Cecil • %  ftU i v. preaaion of his model I %  (Sanaa i Bnlrlauli %  Golden Wedding Anniversary li/|H AM) Mlis | M" AND Mus ***"*" annlaanarj todaj -** IXJWN1K and thau fourteenwllh ,„,.„. mi ,, lv rei.it, ^ea and ycar-<*d daughter Judy who had frl , hearty bean holidaying, in Barbados for co „gr*tuiat. the past five weexs were among Paaaaaaa the passenger*, leaving for Puerto ___....„ JiUSSS Kito yesterday morning, en rOuU L, Silla-H SKIr.i r. s tOtneUJ*. During their May the, *-* Uarouraa left v tgUaaUoflCl Alwn H..ii.. morning by U.U aayof Brltton'a Hill %  ^0,, %  '" *• %  *• '" nils araj Mr. and Mr Down n ramoty%  m Thcv are Inrth Bail. '' "•* ttM hKantlj former nted from Ui< 1 'Ivn rosier, daughter of Mr. arm Museum School ol Art M x E rtMrtar ol Whitehall", who also gi Ki Andre* Mi Downta ki %  school, a remaining in Einrbadoa lalaaniaii a/llh th AaMTkati %  a longer hoiidiy. Their home u in tha Trinidad Holiday Bronx. QB KH A K. AHMIkag told Carlb thai (bay bad fX sl'l(iNi. of OraOM Hall ; Ihelr holiday immenwly Tdnaag will) had Iwnn Ipandlflg and wen> only ""H wai owi .. % ol t holiday in Trinidad raturnio soon. ,,i r ) ing by n W i A U/Ub ITDAT "" %  ,n " thv mm ,lan W witn U.O.U.I. Mi.Crraham Wiikw. of UM Lodf MH. ANP MRS. DAVID School, t. iI SNEI>DON*-lj\W and then ( ,., four children who had been arr |vBl w h<,llday1ng In Oarbadoa since 8col toll ongmaM August S.^rWunied^to Trinidad wn wrrk ^. V ac n the Hotel Royal. Talking Point M In ting *J the dfficaia samuiioa* Miss lluriu.n, tfiuld ut mad a %  ubninu.jW'faaPrrafaa Marker.'" n.li.V. Radio Programme lOLLOW THE CURVES . til BOA I *_ S.. II • %  i 'Vr 1 i %  1 7 p .. Ih. MMH III SM S M %  a p m Oc-aM ah..%  p SrwM.il R IT. p nt Cn ..i..*k I.V i. n. a.'fhr.tn s '. Ml p V i %  % %  \ MIIJII.I; AT msTuin by 11 W I A Mr Uw I* Manager fn.OT\ Port-of-Spain oflle^ 1 %  il B funny a* 10*0 ft ii Will Rogtra Son Leaves Tomorrow M R 0RANTI.RY ADAMS. Laadtr of the House of Assembly, who had been in Antigua on a four-day visit reiurnd on Thurwtav evening by B.W I.A baglDj with her husband His son Tnm leaves tomorrow for Strati Journal England ry the Cnlnmbie —!,>..S. Ihi ,,.,) (.(HilittK II. A i engineer, was ChlCSgo friends tha \i% glasn %  g move. %  'TV long, say I 'i il.:; And i hrll Defence Ifluardl CaUarall %  --ached %  point where it could withstand sn atomic alt.i-k Should 1 Russia %  %  KQUld < liUHletle Tails SCHOOL* mi -IKI N %  i i .... <.ho have| i 1 da> ClaudoUaAj Mndkl proudly b 'anguage would i kind •nougti to write Ml stUdSD ritten wll The surved !>• %  '• Il shown In aha '•ndency *kt*es "vn m Mat ill %  '.r-ellon Me .•ami of me .tuT'tnao isckei are mht •nd rowndatf %  vldara ggB> "vi oocketi totsag iha iam movement. The • •'•moon draM showa ma new skirt fullnew •ehieveo Ov ma sddirion ol an • ii* marries soeraVkt. H ind nacklnas •' %  'oundad od nsmline has • curved tintth. Tha Mun Heron A RAI.I.V 'ii of UM populauau lo "urge" Peron (o Stand to* rene a vice* %  %  %  %  i % %  UM Chaplit -like Adolf Hitler. Mussolini lUi histrutung i i out-tl Tna Inwbla ., iha kaag laugu out of mouths Itonnie Business WALL-STREET is keeping en %  e galhoring of the Scot%  ,n Edinburgh. Sflys the 01 Journal: "The gatherim avails a boom* bualiteti The Journal estimates tii i Iha boom will bring in M.000.0OO (C1A50.000) from Sweetheart TKLE bestowed by Americans on I'linc-ess Margaret for-her 21*1 birthday. _^___.^_1 F you're really out to conquer a cough—to get to the root of it and destroy the germ —then ask for Famcl Syrup Why ? Because Famcl S. ru^ doc11 so mut;h mote lhan ordinary cough mixtures. It contains soluble lactocreosotc which is carried by the bloodMrcim to the throat and lungs and breathing passages, where it destroys the germs, which <-uv the troubleOnce the germs are destroyed then it's eoodbye lo the cough or cold. Meanwhile, ihe soothing balsams in Fame) Syrup are casing the irritated membranes and the tome minerals arc keeping up your strength and powers of resistance Famcl Syrup is a recognised medical product usex* for coughs, colds, influcn/J and bionchial troubles. It is widely recommended by Doctors. Hospital* and Sanatoria. lass saaaaShsoi II I I-. loHohaoM 1 oo^nrr DIAL 2310 i Rw 7T.Vssll'iiJfUv SIIH i aiaaiA.si inkAiaas : Toppoig T*rnnlcolo Mu.ltml | • SB p m va CanUnulna Dail* 4 t S P m IN LULLABY OF BROADWAY ipoaraann Ol rn. r\a (* %  FAMEL SYRUP THE SINGING SHERIFF I 8c STAGECOACH BUCKAROO J<*nm M... %  *.. r..y Knlf* 1 Frank B. Art..ttiong Ltd. BRIDGETOWN. Incidental InUllifrncc W HEN a -om.„ Uk M TIIK AllSfVII llfS Ol I'll'A t'tit "h. ighl id." MUSCULAR FATKHJtT Gal back in stwp wrthALKA-SCLTZ:< PLAZA D^TlSi OPERATION PACIFIC t.AIIIV Till; CSARDBN — ST. JAMF.S I •-! .mi. B BS p m . Br,fM InHIGM -us*' Rr/91 MAT DnubU m osr> (ii" Mil 1. M I.I I J...k OSTSOK f. MOI TSI OV ar wi JMI MtC.M AOVATIC CUM < I \i:>f A IMMBhMI Only) "SO DEAR TO MY HEART" Coin, l. I ~*>lull.r l.l.r-ArlUn I .fl-on Ftaltir. Ilarrlni BUHL IVBH. BCULAH r.LONDI. HARRY CAREY. I CNA I'ATTKN. am) RUI1BV DRJSCOU ASM ih* -. R**l Slwrt — %  OH rsu>rt;aoR araiAYi it'uN UHOIanil TtH l.ATSST IIIIITUUI NfWI BY THE WA\ Ify Beachcomber W rUTrNG ol I >:nw\ Ihe othci day, a muali i rttti (said: "The bite of ih. theriuht maaeuMna Reidtty." paooia win 0 an>thlng; not lackith that Uuc ind ill-umpei anUoh [| of hunucr. or what Is ) of Vlt.OI in-.SWORD tPilE; IS) nor. (41 11% Blilpa ill about (HI J."M t-i Doala 141 n. ||i am isi • iicin Dtouctaa. Dasn mt suBEisit nil. II .1 up I i4i iwulad amila—at The report that a Pm I;clan hail bi^-n Mb i. • %  UtuantS mudino nun' mallei 1 It wan. .iRtiin, pruluibly ihaar bu&gar, i n tlui Bountrj parliamentary privilege proteeta our M.Ps. from uny poaslble outbreak of-cannibalism Tha Hambar w*ho complained llul hVO men with a bastin-s|>oon lit U Bra iiiiilvi his rholr and lrle i,. fu.ii. Under. Thv IliiUlin Rhiimcvron (II) A S midnight chimed from ihe clovk or Ihe Piumam I'IUSTnoty. old Mother Beetl, Ihe laundtaa nilswl the blm i : '.I frowzy siuiiu'-rooin. n nd slowly waved her tal-lamp t.. There ian aoawarlng signal from u v indow opposite. A man in the use) whistled twice, A woman -m i r>-f the DM atg I.'.., ( Olll 11111 111." i \ltlllHr.AN TIIKAIK.s l.TIl ANMVI.KSARV t\ I IK NOW PLA1 DM 1.43 A i I'l I' M. I If rasj liked "les lor ranf" raajV like ill i \its IM BaXOAOD \\ I V ^aafr** UI.1HU-: THEATRE '1MMY ."> BSM s.l."> p.m. iind Continuing Si.k.nlng rose in in in.got out of tha i" oil again towards Margaral Island ening hu*e |K'nci)s on Iha Bfttl lioor of %  r.-u mi ii. an oh BgusM Hi Vo.k his plaie on Us cUmbtd down, and ran qutehl) fa, eetln being add • %  ui .i word. Prodnoae: I dr> to go home. Bui then Iritis il a BtsssBR. All around him n | bat ifr. There is no ImJ in siglu. England hu aupprutJ. 'Grasioas, I'vs no idea wtui direction to lake I '* ht murmufi. Pushing ihe handle well farmed he *hniM asvav, Ai last soaie islands spptsr and hs lloais (he tauter vei* |eiiiiy down bensten the HIM NEWIOOU 1 .1 •"'*-. lm %  %  £... 'RAYON SPUNS {til Sr | %  RAYON SATINS ST %  < M .CREPE 36" e I " .CHECK VOILE -. S-D*a piMtim UM-€ir(>*t„ C'ARVSO m .TECHNICOLOR MA RlO —ANN LANZA BLYTH iKUuinn jAaiais KIRSTENNOVOTNA EXTRA SHORT: 111111)1.i: Of RHODESIA" To-night visit MORGAN Thr tniuf Brautlfiil Ni>iht Club tram Miami to Rio u-llh a irorId-uia> r.-pulatlon /or pood food Music, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 for reservafions r*T/VA7S CHAMPS and SL'PER atKSSJM BRITISH MOVa TOMB VBW8 HOW TO-DAY TO TUESDAY 4.30 & 8.15 DAILY THE HEADLINE SENSATION;^ OF THE YEARI ^SD al 1 SS^gsstk*** Make Your Cooking a Pleasure Sflirl \ %  %  FALKB KI I N 'KK!t — 2 & 3 Burner Model IlEATnicP TAHI.F STOVF. 1*2 Burner Model CARRON DOVBI COAL STOVE — Not. 0*7 OVENS — Single nnd Double Paris lor above Stove* art also in ito:k. AND ALLEN MARTIN as JOHNNY HOLIDAY with William BEND1X: Hnmy CARMICHAEL; S'.jnley CLEMENTS COTTON LINENE V ir School Uniform DIAPER CLOTH M" 9 DIAPERS S 1 CH1LDRFN-S VESTS All Si.I DORIS GENE DAY-NELSON s/s.ii-BiiuTj:*;ui Qja GIAOYS GIOF". %  SI'OBIMIN of the EAST 1 T. it. 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ESTABLISHED 1895
Communists Say Allies Killed Red Police
S. Koreans
Take Key Hill
Round The Clock
Offensive Started
i ,,.. TOKYO, August 81.
\ FORMAL Commur.isi protest charged tnai on
Saturday about ten South Korean iroo-3
attacked three Red military policemen in thi
song neutral zone on Thursday, killing two and
wounding the third. Peking Radio broadcast a
protest by General Nam II, '.ho chief Communist
truce negotiator, to Rear Admiral Turner Joy,
head of the United Nations armistice team. Nam
said that on the same day, but in a separate incident,
other Allied troops fired guns in the area of Pan
munjom inside the neutral zone.
O.M0.\
Nam said lh.it still ....
Koreans, armed with nuehine
nuns hfluid their countrymen to
escape after thi kilting .f the
military policemen.
Nam II said : "| proti
ously. and demmd the most sever.-
punishment for those- reaponslbk
for the incidents, and also demand
the assurance that such incident;
Will not occur attain". The new
protest was dated Align
a few hours after Nam had lodttcd
formal protest alleging thai
B 26 hnmber had violated the
neutrality of Kacsontf. by flying
over the urmistiie city and droo-
ping a parnchut Hare near the
conference site
An Eighth Ar.,, spokesman to-
day announced the opening of n
round the clock artillery and all
attack on the Korean East front
as the Communists made fresh
accusation* that the United Na-
tions were trying to wreck the
ceasefire talks by violating the
neutral area.
In mounting a series of accusa-
tions of American "trearhery" In
Korea, Peking radio today said
that the Americans were "writing
off these peace talks, and trying
to force the Koreans and Chinese
(O MMnM the responsibility." Tne
broadcast linked the Kaeaong
truce talks with the forthcoming
Japanese Peace Treaty Conference
In San Francisco Thi
States had deliberately acted to
ruin the truce iu ^illations "to
tone the Japanese people to build
up then- lighting strength." Peking
Kadio said. America was deter-
mined to "wreck the talks before
the San Francisco Conference."
The broadcast served to bolster
the belief, long held here in usual-
ly well informed circle
San Franciscn Conference had
always figured in C< ...iiiuiiM
strategy nt the Kaesong Confer-
ence. The Communist move to in-
itiate the ceasefire talks came
after the plans for the Japanese
Treaty signing had been announc-
ed by the United States State
Department.
Today's Peking radio broadcast
quoted as further evidence of the
*reck
Truman Not
Likely To
Visit Europe
By OAKOLL KrNUORTHY
WASHINGTON. Auk. 31
1 pon Iblllty of President
Truman visiting Europe- | ,
in! White
House chate, but the
bC cannot
plan such trip now. Some viait-
OM from Kutope hive urged him
i ,
would like to see
htm go as a propaganda move to
" in ': ' '!< t'r.it, ] St.it* i,.- ii ,
I
ire indications that Tru-
man has bte-i InBnenced by tin
enthusiasm which his
Margaret showed ifu-t bl
->nd has probalilv beet,
neouraged by ht
an experience Bei
Truman says that he
WOUld Itke I., go, but can make it..
i r plan* now. offleh.lg
Mid. He haj been just is non-
committal us ever t<> v.
recently urged hun to fO
iwrted.
A Cmxl Reason
Truman could easily find .. gu.id
reoaori f..r ;. visit to Bu
servers said One would I*- repay-
ing the official trips whicn the
French President Vincent Ann-..
and the British Prime Minute-
Clement Attlee have mad*
Aurlol was hrI( uut April.
There h.is been rcpcite*; Specula-
tion Omt Truman would repay
that visit sooner
Other reasons for ...-,
alto be to s. . the Burn
coven undei th. m
whuh tachnlcelh i
6TH ARM* HEADQUARTERS, Korot, Aug. 31.
j .11 KD HATI0W3 troops lough! to the top of a
key hill on the "bloody ridge" on Vrid.ty night
after a day of savage lighting, and held their line*,
against desperate Communist counter attatkd ov
two other hills in the same sector.
s ,i iba hfli
.
N i Koreai
i
, I
u
imp* I
Conference Will
Show Who
Wants Peace
Pilot Flew
Faster Than
Any Human
I ALIKOHMA Aug. 11. i
i Pilot Bill Bridgman (lew I ill
faster than any human being in,

taiiy Aitf. the instruments, ti
had only a brief peep at tht wurlaV,
Mh mile beltf*. He said, I gnf
ontv I hfirt look nut. It || Qt
light Up said that he eoukJ
the curvature of the- mrtfc. beg
I liktmgmsh objects 00
the pound. The United BU I
- ,i rtntndi
Hnd|mn had broken the lo-yaar-
m teeC,
rvtng balloon.
I i c took bu rocket powered
j ticket plane t4) mi un-
disclosed ultitudr over Edwai ...
Air rorce base al Muror on
Amu* 18 r.r.
UHN i\ MflBf
COUN'
Chief Scout of Jtpr.ii, hi
Boy Scuu'. Ti ..i.Hi.. | utre at Oil1
KedCliinaW ill France Fears Resurgence
\rms
Some of tho

v.v.
"American determination '.o
the talks", the nssignmem to the President to gjo. oaten.! ...
United States* delegation to the; make th? trip In 10 U
conference uf lliig.idier (Jenernl. spending three each in :
William Nuckols. who hu acted [ l.ondon :,nd thu-,
as chief spokesman for the United dealt here in :. ;
Nations truce delegation. Nuckol*. time.
Ihe radio claimed, would "''''' U]
American story to tneir own
MteUltan to por/uade Uicm thai
they mull accept the American
plan to re-arm the Jl|
ru the American inten-
tion to continue and expand the
war here".
The broadcast followed close on
the heel* of the Communist
eh rues that there were froth
Allied violations of K
It quoted the Com-
munist newsp.iper repo
saying that South Km.
armed with machine guns ad-
vanced to within three miles ol
Kaesong bef'ire b-in* halted by
"Police uardt*'
OeneraJ Nam n. Chief com-
munist delegate to the Kaesong
Armistice Talks lodged I stroiiR
ornUsl over the Peki'g Radio
lonlght concerning the "eontinu-
Into the neutiiil
zone bv united
aircraft."
General Nam II demanded that
the "culprits' bi overely punleh-
cd and soeght "full assurance
against any repel
dent in violation of the neutrality
rone ajraornenl on row
Sesterday's alleged In I
adlo said that when the Com-
munist military patrol ohaead the ,
South Korean iroo)
botch of Unlh ed per-
PQCUM I wh"
the Kaeaong neuti ! a
cd the South Korean* with I
machine gill .. w to-
wards the outhaaat .ii^mj the I
rallw it "nt until 23" >
iun. that your armed persoi
pft the neuti
ndded -I'.P _________________
NotBeliivili'd
To Talks
NSW DILfU A

Nehru told Ptaiilt
3ilna would not be invlfa to the forthcotnli
Ati i
itie J.i|>ancc I'. >,> t onleirin. ,
jSan Francisco.
B niy India. Burma
(and Indonesia would b

consti.ru touch With I
e Parliamentary
criticism of buUl
tend the Japaneae Tre
(etenoo, Neiim iiiillmil to reveal
t of the disci
| Britain, the United Stab
[India during the preparation ol
'v. Instead, he refer red
eritta to tba reoantJ
.
'Include* Indlo'M obfaetlomi T<> V
I Treaty.
Nehru re-afflrmed thai m
had not (ommunicate,t to If i.
views liefore accepting
ferenre invitation. W'n
' Inent cril
arnment bad <
ne Fai
Cornmiarion, Nehru replied
had no reason or r
I made o*
;the great ytowers at \
P |M*.
Of Germ a
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TH TALKS oi
Tnin an'i pexsonal
tbcti :

(Mnada Protests
U.S. Import Itan
OTTAWA, A( l
i
bi ,. pro- j
blbUlor, ,n th.- imporu
i ">
' '.- j the i .iieva Tra
i
a- to L.u, dl in ill
U i State
olni ihe today, ti.-

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vi'k :t e- lb* 9tai Oepe
meri , ',,<.;,
v^thbJr-on t,. .
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0 lhal Uw pad I :
,,i opportunlt) '
i that i
. lot U ..: ':.
i .nil sign.
!i,. pj Hie o '.it renci "will
wan) t" tot
|ti n do
John Fofter Dullo Republican
i
uthor i>f the trei I
pact
khvi ... tea. He ei
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F.B.I. \ab A-ven
Su^eoted i
Fn Tho Djope Rinp
\*KW YORK, August 31.
d -n the
u i Iclon of conducting a coast
nng th;tt
(1.000,0 .ti-;v.
Police tald thai narcotic ped-
Clueagn, and Brfiton had flown
Vork to make purrha-es
fro i the seven man
Tin- -i.
night by ban Moctlvea who ^od
trailed them hy posing .
Deteetive Kati ; '
S Id thai he had
tloi to m
WOh ago, hut delayed icflon
Until ail of them COUld
Stamp Out Dlicit
Sale Of .Narcotics
Senate Crime Committee
WASHINGTON. Aug isl 31.
The .Senate Crime 0 mmltUx
called t..i bi '.i. i at ii
to combat larcotlc
traffic which oSeca
ime the most piotltai
"in the final report on its 1"
months inve Ui..11 n ol the 1
h'tatea undi
termed the illicit tale <>( narcotic
"an evil of ma
'.forcement
I up
parents muat Join in the lii^lit ;<
I out. V.V.
ultan
lUBlj
r.p.
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
martn: r,M a.m.
hnu t 00 p m
HMa: N* iw Uoon.
LiMhtuiK Up ] p.m.
liiiih Tid- S,flB ,vm mul 4.1H
p.m.
Low Tid< 10 05 a.m. and m I l
A Train Apiece !
NEW YORK, AugU
Sydnev 11 Quigham, who le,d
New York City's 'rain system be-
lieves that the solution to HUM
>!etropolitan area's jammed sub-
ways and bui lines is an H
bullet-ehaped puah*button-
og under-
through a
pneumatic tubes.
Foreeastint; the t
the full.ii' i
suggested that fH i
would be si itloncd In
merit of tl i
'I tut>e-'.
Motive power would be
by "compressed air of great
,.
without 01, .
ijoisnm L'.F.
soriKrn t.
itent. '1/

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i

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':... "the !,''
1 I i v |i tht
be te
the Ronerai u
Stood her.- that the Unit.,1 StWaM
Agriculture t>
' unI on hi
ttaehed to th. .,t ..
Rill which went ti i
-t' V
Missing Di|*li nuls
May B< In
Cxcclioilovukiu
l.o\.-.\
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(Iffi.iuls Try To
End Copper Strike

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mopped up ii S U v m.
n the AllH\| i
.
. "ticy n
ami!, amm

th 'i ;
i'..' i .
ide to 1 :
on iiu- I i i
11. \ I. mid all ihrt
lulls ihej
..... kttUj ir
.
rhe > lhal lb
Kon .....pushi
within three mils 11 Ki
"continuing'' thru nghl in
. i .ii-
in the Kon v.
mlgbl be the .i ihe i
Red i
durlni all .. .
Friday attacked thi United N.. MNTlAt.il. (hile, Aug 31
Incerlty" in th- A sharp but brief parthquukc
Kaeson(( I com '""* SantiaRu and Central Chile
plcMy Iun i ndiy. First reporl Indicated
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31.
Fnknl and Union ObVUlll
*irlt u i|mrk settlement uf the
i lUOOWIdO eopper Mnki
it orderaciualh
obhlned. Truman invoked the
ration.1 cmemenrv Taft-Harth v
Act 111) niRhi Bs 11. lude t
rrttuuj the injunctinn to returi.
in n tn work iii the vital
I .-tr> -I'.P.
1(1 Ships II, I.I Up
DUBLIN, Auk. 31.
i Iran rca^saared ddp
i. thi ttarflte irf HO
mm who dcrtmnii a 32i. weekly
tase tt.P.
<,in,ikr Hits Santiago
n

invilntlon t,> pttun
.i i r
l; snu HO dainagi
(IV
Tiioiisuiiil-' Vllt-ml
Canadian Fair
.ii- Augusl 18
Occupy Island
sAKJON. Indo-l'hina. Aug. 31.
i uii piraurooperi occupied
i "f C'u Luo 3-1 miles north
iniinh im.c of Quaiif-
I



Huriiif^e Itaidtrl
Indian Village
Bitrtoa I
Oh &mojj
;i\t's
i
The com i
H i. 11 ,ui
Ml
I HO Hi then left to

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this peel ...-, he
....

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BURTON

NEW DELHI, Aug. 31
Mi iru inid pi
'' h 24 this year It
man I.....i Burma
way 113 hea men (>.
hovill^eot l'....vu ... o,.c
i
tided i
hu on the Indian boi
it. iii thai 400 he i i
nnt. live-
*toek kllleit ..rut Standing to;.
ra den ha<
laportatlon of !_'"
it .* raid was repeati d Bv* dai
Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund
THE ItOOO a day p\ce was
malataiiied yclerday SI, 180.00
Andlng Ui way into the fund
Thu earned the tot*i well be-
yond iLe S.'>.000 mark wl:i,li
repri-Miitn collection' for a
week
BUT THT. COAL IS YET
AFAR OFF
The ii'*d of tn'
Iiid.ioi" i- Rr-'Cr thin
,...->. D ' raipaat
Ht .- .. bukhai roadl
re
, *...
t pi- of the -ii I r .
o- direct I' th- offlc" Of
aiwgagsr
Ol to-day.

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i -. the 12th <
1981
in. laigi '", m m,iv* niheasl i.f
arid and ftl** TN |
were
iiWrlod by French Nnv\
If.
FISHY!
L0NOON, Aim. 31.
A llnh Ml Frank llitii, .
ihi thlgftl lei
!i i. -k lashed oul
I the f*H>t-liiii^ Ii Ii on
I
las) week iftei ovei I
perrons 1
eatsj n( the < I.....
fethlbluon lunaauea.
. . oiourfu) ml-
, Di ii'"'-"
I .....
\ p rrtfane uilei
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...ii... Mill i
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Wi w w ibi back with hi. nil ihe I
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11 ,0nlarl .Vl- ,, Hllcbe rk gut
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The "ADVOCATE"
pay) for NEWS
Diol 3113
Day or Night
MONTREAL

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Cold View Prevails
Among Economists
(Bj HARRY FRANZ)
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I the futuic purl
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S M I RD \, ~.| I-11 Mill R I 1*51
Ccuuh Coiling
Hi.


tM I ItOi Rev Te.irher n[
the 9
the Publl
In The? Balance
of the Lww.rJ Islands Mr.
i- nd family
i I St Kir

HI UcMlenry visited the

Ki
t5 ft i^ l>elng pul throuKli .i riun
s-lop pumping tet
B was the seen
H F.XetM-
Irtw-.
afij
niinh the ptM
lit* -a. mntd
-i Augusl has invn
M KaU per I I
f_Ie lien In the balance CH
bt> a source of supplying the
I'M of tha pan
U adequate water supply.'
vhoW island i krcnly await-
Infl the results of thia test wbktl
v .11 Lndtcaia i
il
I i>coplo
In tha I It
Back To U.S.
Mil i.RHAI.n WALKER ol
Whit, HaQ Road who for the
a*aaki had been on j
\ is.il to Barbados from tha US.
II W.l.A. for
Pl*arto a.ij bark lo
Vivk Mi Widke,- ^ ..
Barb, .nig for
many yearn In JuMrtca.
Holiday Over
MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDER
JAMADAR ,.nd ihctr
oUo wore among Um
ir.' rrinldad
bf I! W I A
. -..-.ii boliday*
inn here slaying at "S\v.
WorU
Mr. Jamadar u .i BtefT. !:-..:
I->w In Sap nuiulo.
Two Weeks
MR. MICHAEL LAIN*;. Asslgt-
ant to the Gcnrrul Manager
Of Ti.. i Lffualan Service
from Trinidad on Tuesday
ng to B W i A. to tout nu
arifa and family who arrived ban
UM QbMH. He ex-
psjCgaj to be in Harbados for (nut
about two I i
Mr. I.a in a was a former minnger
"f the RediiTuaion Sei vice here,
-.hen it mi known at Radio Dis-
tribution.
W.I. Art
Ti
LI
I
ii .by local


exhibited *een last
> i MtVi rl: i
Pi nee. Francis and
-
Cecil

ftU i
v.
preaaion of his model
! I
(Sanaa i Bnlrlauli

Golden Wedding
Anniversary
li/|H AM) Mlis |
M" AND Mus' ***"*" annlaanarj todaj
-** IXJWN1K and thau fourteen- wllh ,,.. mi,,lv rei.it, ^ea and
ycar-<*d daughter Judy who had frl, hearty
bean holidaying, in Barbados for cogr*tuiat.
the past five weexs were among Paaaaaaa
the passenger*, leaving for Puerto ___.... JiUSSS
Kito yesterday morning, en rOuU L, Silla-H ski-r.i r. s
tOtneUJ*. During their May the, *-* Uarouraa left v
tgUaaUoflCl Alwn H..ii.. morning by U.U
aayof Brltton'a Hill " ^0,,', '" * * ','"
nils araj Mr. and Mr Down
n ramoty-
m Thcv are Inrth Bail. '' "* ttM hKantlj
former nted from Ui<
1 'Ivn rosier, daughter of Mr. arm Museum School ol Art
M x E rtMrtar ol Whitehall", who also gi
Ki Andre* Mi Downta ki school, a remaining in Einrbadoa
lalaaniaii a/llh th AaMTkati '" a longer hoiidiy.
Their home u in tha Trinidad Holiday
Bronx. QB KH A K. AHM-
Ikag told Carlb thai (bay bad fX sl'l(iNi. of OraOM Hall
; Ihelr holiday immenwly Tdnaag will) had Iwnn Ipandlflg
and wen> only ""- H wai owi ..?,olt holiday in Trinidad raturn-
io soon. ,,ir). ing by n W i A
U/Ub ITDAT "" ,n " thv mm* ',lan* W*
witn U.O.U.I. Mi.Crraham Wiikw. of Um Lodf
MH. ANP MRS. DAVID School, t.
iI SNEI>DON*-lj\W and then (,., ,
four children who had been arr|vBl w
h<,llday1ng In Oarbadoa since 8col,toll ongmaM
August S.^rWunied^to Trinidad ,wn wrrk^. Vac n
the Hotel Royal.
Talking Point
MIn ting *J the dfficaia
samuiioa* Miss lluriu.n,
tfiuld ut mad a ubninu.-
jW'faaPrrafaa Marker.'"
n.li.V. Radio
Programme
lOLLOW THE
CURVES .
- til BOA I
*_ S..
II i
'Vr 1 i 1
7 p .. Ih. MMH III SM S M a p m Oc-aM ah..- p SrwM.il R IT. p nt Cn ..i-..*k I.V i. n. a.'- fhr.tn s '. Ml p V i
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miijii.i; AT
msTuin
by 11 W I A
Mr Uw I* Manager
fn.OT\ Port-of-Spain oflle^
1

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funny a* 10*0 ft
. ii
Will Rogtra
Son Leaves Tomorrow
MR 0RANTI.RY ADAMS.
Laadtr of the House of
Assembly, who had been in An-
tigua on a four-day visit reiurnd
on Thurwtav evening by B.W I.A baglDj with her husband
His son Tnm leaves tomorrow for Strati Journal
England ry the Cnlnmbie !,>..S.
. Ihi ,,.,) (.(HilittK II. A
i engineer, was
ChlCSgo friends tha
\i% glasn

g move.
- i ma nibbling at
peg* All
ma, was brought
i"a. Ho
I
nothing Rut he is guhtg to die*
l
..i.ifying glaaa.
t "onsiitutu( i n
,
Atom l'iiin Koun
AMERICAN WAKf'I.AM ->

'tv long, say
I 'i il.:; And i hrll Defence
Ifluardl CaUarall

. --ached
point where it could withstand sn
atomic alt.i-k Should1 Russia

KQUld
< liUHletle Tails
SCHOOL* mi-iki N

i i .... <.ho have|
i
1
da> ClaudoUaAj Mndkl proudly
b 'anguage
would i kind nougti to write
Ml stUdSD
ritten wll
The surved
!>' Il
shown In aha
'ndency *kt*es
"vn m Mat ill
'.r-ellon Me
.ami of me
- .- tuT'tnao
isckei are mht
nd rowndatf
- vldara ggB>
"vi oocketi tot-
sag iha iam
movement. The
'moon draM
showa ma new
skirt fullnew
ehieveo Ov ma
sddirion ol an
ii* marries
soeraVkt. H
ind nacklnas
' 'oundad od
nsmline has
curved tintth.
Tha Mun Heron
A RAI.I.V 'ii of UM
populauau '
lo "urge" Peron (o Stand to* re-
ne a vice*
'

i
UM Chap-
lit -like Adolf Hitler. Mussolini
lUi hi- strutung
i i out-tl Tna Inwbla
., iha kaag
laugu out of
mouths "
Itonnie Business
WALL-STREET is keeping en
e galhoring of the Scot-
,n Edinburgh. Sflys the
01 Journal: "The gath-
erim avails a boom* bualiteti
The Journal estimates
tii i Iha boom will bring in
M.000.0OO (C1A50.000) from
Sweetheart
TKLE bestowed by Americans
on I'linc-ess Margaret for-her 21*1
birthday.__________^___.^_-
1F you're really out to conquer a coughto get to the root
of it and destroy the germ then ask for Famcl Syrup
Why ? Because Famcl S. ru^ doc11 so mut;h mote lhan
ordinary cough mixtures. It contains soluble lactocreosotc
which is carried by the bloodMrcim to the throat and lungs
and breathing passages, where it destroys the germs, which
<-uv the trouble-
Once the germs are destroyed then it's eoodbye lo the cough
or cold. Meanwhile, ihe soothing balsams in Fame) Syrup
are casing the irritated membranes and the tome minerals
arc keeping up your strength and powers of resistance
Famcl Syrup is a recognised medical product usex* for coughs,
colds, influcn/J and bionchial troubles. It is widely recom-
mended by Doctors. Hospital* and Sanatoria.
lass saaaaShsoi ii
I I-. loHohaoM 1
oo^nrr
DIAL 2310
i Rw
7T.-
Vssll'iiJfUv siih i aiaaiA.si inkAiaas
: Toppoig T*rnnlcolo Mu.ltml
| SB p m va CanUnulna Dail* 4 t S P m
IN LULLABY OF BROADWAY
ipoaraann Ol rn. r\a (* __
FAMEL SYRUP
THE SINGING SHERIFF
I
8c STAGECOACH BUCKAROO
J<*nm M... *.. r..y Knlf*1
Frank B. Art..ttiong Ltd.
BRIDGETOWN.
Incidental InUllifrncc
WHEN a -om. UkM
TIIK AllSfVII llfS Ol I'll'A
t'tit "h.
ighl
id."
MUSCULAR FATKHJtT
Gal back in stwp
wrthALKA-SCLTZ:<
PLAZA D^TlSi
OPERATION PACIFIC
t.AIIIV
Till; CSARDBN ST. JAMF.S
I -! .mi. B BS p m
. Br,fM In- HIGM -us*'
Rr/91
MAT
DnubU
m osr> (ii"
Mil 1. M I.I I
J...k Ostsok f.
mOI TSI OV
ar wi
JMI MtC.M
'
AOVATIC CUM < I \i:>f A IMMBhMI Only)
"SO DEAR TO MY HEART"
Coin, l.
I ~*>lull.r l.l.r-ArlUn I .fl-on Ftaltir.
Ilarrlni BUHL IVBH. BCULAH r.LONDI. HARRY CAREY.
I CNA I'ATTKN. am) RUI1BV DRJSCOU
Asm ih* -. R**l Slwrt
oh rsu>rt;aoR araiAYi
it'uN UHOI- anil TtH l.ATSST IIIIITUUI NfWI
BY THE WA\
Ify Beachcomber
WrUTrNG ol I >:nw\ Ihe
othci day, a muali i rttti
(said: "The bite of ih.
the- riuht maaeuMna Reidtty."
paooia win
0 an>thlng; not lack-
ith that Uuc
ind ill-umpei anUoh [|
' of hunucr. or what Is
) of Vlt.OI in-
-.SWORD
tPilE;

IS)
nor. (41
11% Blilpa
ill about (HI
J."M t-i Doala 141
n. ||i
am isi
iicin Dtouctaa.
Dasn
mt suBEisit
nil.
II .1 up I i4i
iwulad amilaat

The report that a Pm
I;clan hail bi^-n Mb i.
UtuantS mudi- no nun'
mallei1. It wan. .iRtiin, pruluibly
ihaar bu&gar, in tlui Bountrj
parliamentary privilege proteeta
our M.Ps. from uny poaslble out-
break of-cannibalism Tha Ham-
bar w*ho complained llul hVO
men with a bastin-s|>oon lit U
Bra iiiiilvi his rholr and lrle roast him had ihe sympathy of
aU the iraU.Jed Whal thai oboe
bit la not menlioned, but the
G-strlng of a violin, with a sauee
of i--iri. i- .,i,| :,> i,. fu.ii.
Under.
Thv IliiUlin Rhiimcvron (II)
AS midnight chimed from ihe
clovk or Ihe Piumam I'iu-
STnoty. old Mother Beetl, Ihe
laundtaa nilswl the blm i : '.I
frowzy siuiiu'-rooin. nnd slowly
waved her tal-lamp t..
There i- an aoawarlng signal
from u v indow opposite. A man
in the use) whistled twice, A
woman -m i r>- ..(i owl. II-. n .ill 'V.. I
minutaa latar a pair of Siamese
IwfctH i -i.......il pf an iiini.iu.il-
ger's she.! on the PtanaJoaef
quay on Ihe left bank <>f the
Dm
atg
I.'..,
( Olll 11111 111."
i \ltlllHr.AN TIIKAIK.s l.TIl
ANMVI.KSARV t\ I IK
NOW PLA1 DM
1.43 A i I'l I' M.
I If rasj liked "les lor ranf"
raajV like
ill i \its im BaXOAOD \\
I V ^aafr**
UI.1HU-: THEATRE
'1MMY ."> bsm s.l."> p.m. iind Continuing
Si.k.nlng rose
in in in.-
got out of tha i"
oil again towards
Margaral Island
ening hu*e |K'nci)s on Iha Bfttl
lioor of

r.-u mi ii.
an oh
BgusM Hi
Vo.k his plaie on Us
cUmbtd down, and ran qutehl)
fa, eetln
being add
ui .i word.
Prodnoae: I My*elf; Do rou evpact nu fa
rivi- Uw ploi ai ,.
UilhtMHt Cammrnt
THKHM Ii I ( Id i"-i
in york oallad l*ha SI
Tha Noilh-lasiarn Region ol
British Hailwav baa (akan ov*
a butchei
and ii.soi bad dutnm)
this old-wotid stttinL"
papar, "an information bureau
hag baan
Rupert and the Sorcerer15
Fealmg mash moit chffrlul no*
rhji hr hsi .ln.owicd how (o ork
iht linn Huj*n spendi aanit :iai
< *nd loaring ind d.ving
4hoti! m ih* sky btlorc hv d>dr>
to go home. Bui then Iritis il a
BtsssBR. All around him n
| bat ifr. There is no
ImJ in siglu. England hu aup-
prutJ. 'Grasioas, I'vs no idea
wtui direction to lake I '* ht mur-
mufi. Pushing ihe handle well
farmed he *hniM asvav, Ai last
soaie islands spptsr and hs lloais
(he tauter vei* |eiiiiy down
bensten the him
NEWIOOU 1
.1 "'*-.lm* !..- .
'RAYON SPUNS {til Sr
|
RAYON SATINS ST '< M
.CREPE 36" e I "
.CHECK VOILE -.
S-D*a piMtim
UM-ir(>*t
C'ARVSO
m .TECHNICOLOR
MA RlO ANN
Lanza Blyth
iKUuinn jAaiais
KirstenNovotna

EXTRA SHORT:
111111)1.i: Of RHODESIA"
To-night
visit
MORGAN
Thr tniuf Brautlfiil Ni>iht Club tram Miami to Rio
u-llh a irorId-uia> r.-pulatlon /or pood food
Music, Dancing
Entertainment
throughout the night
Dial 4000 for reservafions
r*T/VA7S
CHAMPS
and SL'PER atKSSJM
BRITISH MOVa TOMB VBW8
HOW
TO-DAY TO TUESDAY 4.30 & 8.15 DAILY
THE HEADLINE SENSATION;^
OF THE YEARI
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1 SS^gsstk***
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Sflirl \
FALKB KI I N 'KK!t 2 & 3 Burner Model
IlEATnicP TAHI.F STOVF. 1*2 Burner Model
CARRON DOVBI COAL STOVE Not. 0*7
OVENS Single nnd Double
Paris lor above Stove* art also in ito:k.
AND
ALLEN MARTIN as -
" JOHNNY HOLIDAY "
with
William BEND1X: Hnmy CARMICHAEL; S'.jnley CLEMENTS
COTTON LINENE .......
V ir School Uniform
DIAPER CLOTH M" 9
DIAPERS S 1
CH1LDRFN-S VESTS All Si.- I
DORIS GENE
DAY-NELSON
s/s.ii-BiiuTj:*;ui Qja
GIAOYS GIOF". .

SI'OBIMIN
of the EAST
1
t. it. eva:\s \ ^iain iiijis plaza
DIAL A606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 bR D
IOI1 YOU! BAKING >.m v.1.1 .leed - -
.' !.s. PUDDING PANS
MfiASl'RlNG CUPS ind SPOONS
Rni.l.INC. PINS. CAKE STANDS
ICING cUona
::v PAN8
CAKI BOXES -llFAU eoa
m- NO Tarklni Pr.il.lem uhen -ou Khop lth OS I
THE Vllll.VltOS (IMII'IIIVIIVI
I'OTTOX F.UTORV LT.
ROYAL
TODAY A TOMORROW
4.M I.1S
Fox Double .
Rlehard WIDMARK A-
p .- iv I--.-.: n.
"PANIC IN THE
STREETS"
AND
" FOR ME AND MY
GAL"
Starring
'.LAND Ge:ie KELLY
OLYMPIC
TODAY TOMORROW
4.30 A- IIS
Fox Double .
PECK
ftldurd WIOMARK
" YELLOW SKY "
AND
"MANHATTAN
MELODRAMA "
StarrtnK
Clark GAPLE Mvrna LOY
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SAT!KIIAY. MPTIMBIil 1 lil
BARHAIMl- AHWK Ml
PAliE TIIRI.F.
Rice Arbitration Court In B.G.
i

sir JOH\ >J \im
TOAD CONVICT
Sir John Saint l\!.. And
lion. K. K. Ilinilc Attending
AN Arbitral; I | r:ce of nee from
BritWl l I c held next week, and Sir John Sa.nl.
Kt.. CM ti t., been appui lw Board
Hon. K. R Hunte. M.LC. will attend as an adviser on be-
half of the (iovemment of Rarhado*.
The Acting Hi at
in r-^- -
agreement u entered Into be-
tween tin- Bntlaa Ci,
Marketing Board and tha Gov-
ernment of Barbados whereby
the Board agreed to supply this
Island Wtni Ha nee requirement*
at nxcr
perioo 1i
iy4T The All
prov.smn (or the cxten
period (or i furthei lb

n.*. or,
B March
wjs hold in Tmmiad which sna
r.ttanried by
the Bril
ing Board and represent
tha purchasing Cotatia*. The
object of tha maaftnsj was to
agree upon prices hM
year pariod I Jon-
IMS, to Hit Paownbtr, ..,.,., ,-rt ,-_.-,
m The meeting reeommended & TILL AT LKGE
llxecl prices to apply throughout
tha three year period. The Riee >rMn our o* e\nrr.pona*i r
Marketing Board WM howavei PORT-OF-SPAIN. August 29.
onl>* prepared to cunrtrm the Where is Say well Gordon'1 Is
prices provided they would apply be dead or alive'.' The Police hiva
in respect of th- 'd with prices for the remaining two mppiying information leading to
years to be negotiated annually. ;'" WTOSt of this Carrera convict
Increase l up t0 now ,hc fourth day,
This Government being. fully aSTtS ",Ci,plJnot rel,ablc c,ue
alive to fl Ni
btataaM in the price of rice on *_Q_
I ..i in m decided thai the -_
intere>i ol tha public could bai
m, m m* IWM Th, On- ,,...... ? s n and
.turnouts Of lniii,l:,l ami Tobtfo ..., Bra|Ml3n have
and the- I
net rc^uuemenle are supplied .
t Hnti.h (I nii.i! __.
agteeme, f\\ () I Ul>f)ft TA XT
subrrit io arbitral* VM.urxrn l^UIl
of the prices lor the U
utenMo-i peniMl.
The tiavrrnmrnU concern
d have a*reed to combine
(sr thr purpose- ni jrhitrj
lion, and lam appointed
Hon Sir John Saint. KI.
I M i. a Member of the Ar-
bitration Board The British
Guiana Hire Marhrlliis Board
k. entitled to appoint one
Member The third ..id Iik.iI
Member who I* to be Chair*
saan of the Board will be an
Independent person in.nn
Bated by the Sac re tar) -.1
Male for the Colaniev
Ti.t- S. .:
nominated Di VY M Clyde,
CMC Dr. I Lyde has
until recantly been the Director
Ol Economic Activities (or the
Commissioner General for the
United Kingdom ui South Ea-t
Asia. Ha is now Rice Advisee to
the Sccietai of State for Foreign
Affairs and la km OMiaat ol
the Consultative Cnmmlltee on
Rlcr in South East Asia which
meets m Singnpote.
The Arbitration Court will be
bald b British
Gu
of Baptanbai M
former Economic Advlaaf to .he
Govemmant of Ti.ntdad, and
now a practising BurlahK-at-
l.'W in England will appear be-
fore tiu- Court on bh:>lf of the
Chasing Government The
Durable K It Hun*
will accompai
on bahaU ol tha OovaTamant of
constitution
commission to
deport in dec
uEuKOtlovf.n. Ausjuat .:.
Report ol the
loinjiUMKiri itfti
W

O
>l
rtporti
Ufa area to Tscart-
have been llo1r*g to the
DEVELOPMENTS
I fl.'pfl 1 v
PAW, Auguit 29.
Two :i ., lupments
I to result io tha Inter-
ests of the CRj Council from the
in tha i' k. of
Mi II W Farr.ll. Town Clerk.
Introduction i
mechanised accounting and (21
incorporatu*! of modern arrange-
1 from Enelish
llties in the new Town
In talks with Sir John Inrie.
flth the
(or the

. dlseugaad the
appointment of .. Town Treasurer
among other things.
r el-Smith
an his reasons ior
ftei hi- -inival back from
Ite UK.
iii^ tna coniu
^eciviary ut Staai Nuoaaaa*
i ggantad t. i ... .'. BnuavU
lowaroa year-end, lii>
EataaBaae* the oovornu.
Crurlas WouUry. K C
ITcss Confereiuc .>t .
House on Monday nichi
U i iimtIcs raBattiad la i
v liijihl .,[
three-month stay in the i K
during which tttai aalka
with lha Secrt-Ury
lha DfracfDt or tin-
\ elopment (*iiep>n i
8lf Charles said confidence in
ment was reflected gaaaBawftaM kta
Hie uve-iumule pent>U N
which the Colony .succceilij in
floating a tld.OOO.OOO loan *
hanca Uia counlry's duvtlopmeni .
This u by no maang naifBcfant ti
meet our nninediate needs. Sir
tileries said, and tie had cn-
phasLjcii this to the PaWUlaiji ..f
State to whom he made rtronsj
representations. He w hopc-fm
and confident that apart from lluE
mount "we shall got r
assislanc* and we si'* 11 get other
Investment capital."
Hi- Excellency also told <>f thai
promt** C DC with
respect to some loan psjaftfaaJM
concerning rice development I |
would take ome time" for a de-
i lie given, but he
to receive fOina information .
the next two or thre mos
Rice was the number one p
in tin- CcVany'i Aav^ofanai ;it pro-
posals, and if the prortosals maKfc
to the C.D.C. receive svmpatheii.'
- Uon and pr< n
ful. it would ba "f i-'-i am
la the colony'" small fanner-.
Wnler Contrail
Mis Excellency nli > b
to solve the difficult it's or the
finatl Polder district on the West
Bank. Demi-rara lii\ er. Thi will
call for .i i oni| Iota ravlaad
aantrol I wan t h e>
DemerarH nnd Eane>iuiho River--
which would provUla baiMftl ovei
an area of 00,000 aCTM IN
thnt with such ;i witter control
experinenl. there would be gglaag;
benefits not only 90 tha I
d^try but to the siikiii u.
as well.
Crrvnhottrl Areas
In B.G. To B*^
O/H'ns ( mii tern
To'tluy
R N II ItNtK
an the
'uated >>t ihe
.
inmg at 10 i
Mr. Turn

ior t

boys' and girls' club)
l.i-iirn i a Hv ) our On n
Wmkr-l /t Artist Antl Vmmhlr
i )ow Hvouiy lu>>nitly!
MMns <; i Twnm gad
'l \ \ aiighan in tr. |
Court of Appe.il
Mi I A McLMMLj
t
a case brought bv the
ajgdiMtt lam I. J< i ol H lb i
.. him
. ,

W (Ulc id .
Their Hot
i
-.n Hood on March
lii The Ct.url For
Divortf And
Mulrimoiiml Owttfli
.: .
Hmi. Tli i
decree akl m thg Mai
r
Farmer, hespondint. The l'etitmn
i .iip*..u-i in paraoh. There was
no order lo< i
Io .n.other ?uit decree i.i-.i
Jatosj prut .
i. i and lha
I : ..
ii" irad m person and
lilrnil ^ ^
I lii- woriii l mA
Uv:i>^
HARBOUK LOG
In Carlisle Bay
v*hi atarainaii Wtt tlU
1U.V. u- .
lajdia Artin. S R.B Cb>uaw -
Ftanalyn U 1. V
i
Ii>U < -I* !*
Mariwr. .
AHKIX tl
i ..
lUvnn.
TIKIS
C*p1 KM*> lor l>,iram.nbo
!ljMR< hBllk.
| |
i \ Um .
Lucia
llii\ lailiir iliillywciiid
Irl iSriiool of Nlke-Ip
>A__ Ml Italia | i
/^\ '
I
...
aarasaal ataka-oi

tisspaaws iii- pgaa I
ill atn
1 laax f
ttsk. i I i FREE I
B i
Tin k ia
II,.i
Surveyed
RATtS OF EXCHANGE
aieM Otafti as s/MS> pr.
41 Killed In Road
Vrcidcilts'
-IN 7 MONTHS-
KreraOui Own c>i'tu<
POrfT-OF-SfAlrf. August 29
IdUad in
(idents In the colony
11 ven month* of
i'
i peopfc i ! killed.
In July I860, 10 [Kople were
klllod gaUafl t*g In July 1951.
This accounted for the lower llg-
tins on road deaths this year, as,
tha A.;ure were 208 in 1950 and
INI.
I typM were
ap by 13 ()cr rent Ftguras lor
August this yaai wen axpex-te-i to
tiid bein a crop
i- including sev-
eral fatal accident* over the recent
OfOHOETOWN. Aua-uxi 2.
The Conservator oa* Forwata t**M
announced th;it tin- l-'oi.-n .
I>'l^irtment here rlll shortly
carrj out a nhantaoa survey be-
tween the uppfj
Berblce and Corentyne H
where It has been rsriH.ii.-d tt...t
laara ara fteh araa ol n fnswai <
Tha Dapartmant aairnar tin-
ye.ir carried out valuatmi.
la the North Waal I Matrict
The mam quaatloai enfr imti
the Uepartmant. it was asnjl
]-, that ol maaaaatlim.
inprovement, and this would in
ill piobabllity have to be shelved
unta some of the areas which
been worh** innber companies inolec ,i |>U> k
5j.-tesi are given up la ti' OaS-V-
ernment. When thes- fHlll ust-.l
1 li*k- are given up. the DapaaVl
n.ent will DaBva In OB ttH
generation prtigremmo
The last time tb* l>i .,
Was engaged In i I WOlk
was (ometime between 1939 -> i.. 1
1942
SEAWELL
UttVUU !> HM I t
! II I
Hub Mi..... I
!-,* u in I i.l. rranh Scheri.r. Vrtm D
I.....
i
Cam

n .. .
liilaai
i r
,
.. h
reum
' .I-..I
*...... T.-nui-d Uaj.id n- rretu
.
('vi W Cast*, C *. ,im>tMr*!. I
Nrwbold i .
DW '' I A I
1
hf I I
I r.n lM*nl. Tn&it -
leK Stall..'
I
MMWr Wh.iit, u
Italhf HMi I
IM.II IIKlUiM Hill, All-
For St V r*nl
v nan a^-.i g Ui Bra
! '
atiaai M>au.ni.1H.i Fairal
Bi Ii
I
*
i I < in mil KM (1 ui.it mi
I l/i.K, ii* w ill.-li-
&
%
iar-QM> mm tram ,h
Ik. Oin. ntaiuoa
I.. .,.
2r>,
FHCN SniU>.i.< y.-i- i
-> S> is* .....
1 v. ym ass ~trk m|
H iill i
When you smile
in the mirror...
Are your teeth
as white as hers?
Hm MS Malad ino aogf mirror
todavr* \Xcrc aasaj te.lh hnpht
JiJ i1k> lpMkh ? tlr could
they be uliiur MM? loll with
Pcpsodkni the] could I BacmM
1'cpM.ucnl woniaiiis Inuin. s|vcial
inKtcdicnt which mWBt away dull
hint irom teeth, gives ihetn a
wondcilul new IflHaatl
TODAY Mi">- lluarl* will he holiliiiK '''' M s'l'ul
I .Make-I'p ( laM H Messrs Cbv* Shepherd A( Ca. I.id. at
O ;i in. Be Mire to attend this \r1 School of Make I p t lass.
THE TOOTHPASTE
^JaNUl
\1ANNIIN(; & C(K. LTD.
AGENTS.
NOTICE
The Public is hereby notified that
we will be shortly
I II WM I ItlllM. Ol II III SIM SS
TO Ol H M.W rill VIisis.
.\<>. U, II...i.l Sli-rrl.
opposite Messrs Da Costa & Co.
fua**
Lower Broad Street.
Dreadful, Choking, Spasms Of
BRONCHIAL
ASTHMA rSZ
WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS
NIGHTS When one duse of the amazing Mixture will
ease that choking, smothering spasm in sccondx! Buckley's
Viiturc is no ordinary medicineits different from any
Cough Remedy ycu have ever tastedTriple StrengthNo.
Syru^vAll Meuication.
One Dose Stops The Cough
When >ou feel a cough or choking bron-
chial spaim coming on, just take a dose of
Buckleys Mixture and swallow slowly.
You'l* fael tha powerful healing warmth
spread down through >ur throat and bron-
chial lubes, soothing Inflamed parts, easing:
hard breathing and looicning tough phlegm,
making it easy to expel Buckley's Mixture *
made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, arU
other pri-ven IngredienU There'* not anciner
cough medicine like It. Get a bottle TOIHY.
if right aw.y.
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PAGE TOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. ISI
BARBADOS ADuOeWTE
*------T-----------* ---------f-------- -1
rrlal* k) Hit Adianl*
geptl :
run i 01 RICE
h
milt uef
Executit
i imittee raceestlj
ered th<

Dial :i.
* ihoul i
Sl.llill s I ..llJi.nl I l< J
Hon We
Will. A
Ran
Ship...
He (he l"ole% nh* li.nl -la.i.l i imhi'^Ii
THK i Ise i
. ||) I<.i BlUfi
hi the price oi
tie.-.. The tin U
Reeional Economic t
held in tins Island con i
,,i eopi a pro
Aftei InvesUg ilton ii v.
price of copra Axed i>>
now be LTtereased tron Bfl pei ton
t.o.b. from tl
'
The i' lation, a?-
aunicetlon pub-
to-day rrom trw ol< rial 5<
the price >>i edll le oil, soa]
end mm
which copra is the bet nt, v I be
: n to-daj
in tins cMe tii<' met* i < in the pi ice #u
inevitable as the Tnr nl.id produci
stern in their demands and Barbados WM
cernpletelv bound by the trims "1 the
agreement, end Further obligated by the
fact that the manufecturli proa
carried out in this island. There Wi 1U
escape from the conditions of the Com-
mittee's decision.
It has now tiaiispned thai ..' ;i m ..i f
meeting between the British Rica Market-
ing Board and Pep oi the
purchasing Colonies held in Trinidad
earlier this year prkei wen- Axed which
would apply during a three year period,
but the Board was prepared to at*ree on the
prices provided that they applied to the
first year's purchases only. The pi ices f.>r
the other two years would be IK
annually.
The Governments of the pun
colonies agreed to Btibmil the matter to
arbitration Tor tins purpose Kofi* Sir
John Saint has been i '< a mem-
ber of the Arbitration Board, one othei
member will be nominated by U
and Dr. W. M. Clyde lure Adviser to the
Secretary of State will be Chairm.m
With the background at experience In
the matter of negotiated pried and the
demands of the B.O. Rice Marketing Board
for increased prices it it not unlikely that
after the Oral yeai there will i<
the price.
One of the reasons why the Barbados
Government pressed tor the arbitration oi
the matter was the serious effect winch B
rise in the puce of rlci musl have on Uw
cost of living, in Barbados when
regarded as tl .- k i I .. t -.1 tin
of tin- population the annual cow
is roughly over one hundred tfaau si I
bags. This will mean not onlj
increase in overall expenditure but in the
weekly diet scale cost ol the
population.
it is to be noted thel the
ends on 31 December 1961, while the Oils
and Fats Agreement ends on SI
1952, and in this breathing space of 8 lew
months there might be some good I
which might save the noa buyinj
from thi*; oombined Increase in ti |
of oils and fats and of ril
There is every reason whj aomethii
should be dene to CUSl 100 the I '
these advene conditions even wl
\\ hal measure*] ai
not to bi to Trinidad tha method
11 n fro* i
and 11 Is not liki ly thai Barbad
able to add to her present ex| h
:'us direction During tha yeai
war the con bit
peasants and marchs
many oi tfH InCOl vei BJ d I
other places. It might well be that there
**ould he a revival oi that spirit In
time to ' ly to be another
uncomfortable |>enod in our already
unbalanced .- i

Pel
browi
Ml. I
hM

1 INA.
n i. ii

two "( U
it 1 he
Jahlon
of Mi. !
..r r- M- v
Sfflmi Ih'lmrr
k had

n.....)
I > h ivitlK I ill ink



make up tin i

Ml He had
motored b
i Hate.
s newer)

hi nl w 19
in Uia mlddk

Talkj Ukfl muttered
J.T.l-
NiitimiK vi'. ubversh
way about that, you say.
But ii w.i i Dough for a solitary
Indlvldu
who N.
Id- WtUppi / OU1
in
ofaaar of 1

He t'iok tiirm all the *
than ship i
hour era cfcii p
m 'it oil But
boat and the
n k n irk,

mirk".
the BX3.1I t.. -
rand bi an Tiieir'uay was at:
officer ititenlna to an
l "inn, U iimn
Radio i
vsereafr-iid ihey wer.
.lit to be released to
Min
Lucky

them joined the mutineer*hail
been t>i Dot !* allowed to leave
the nev> 1-ecauie the? knew too
many secrets.
And whi.t goe* for us," said
nek, "*<>, fir "pry
aw I Nai
II ,-iutin' if th<
1'icky. Our ship wmkoi
lone -itnout an>- aacoti \>
The other uhlp* always keejy
That make* mutln>
and CM.ipc diffliuH."
I'.vrn ouUlde the navy life fi>r th
Polish working cluss seem* t i
be no paradise. One of th>
sailors said his uncle, a steel-
worket i I
. soiKhty oft to ittaod hi
daughter*; wOttd i ould have to
BUI he enul'i
house winch on-', the early, lh:
Iddlc. or the tate.
A Warniim
i

Then on Baa ventauj ol


Ol the Polish Arhlli I
''
i i Rtn i.,i i
Army.
i ret
The IB.Ci.l 1 m d ; .ptl.ni;
OUt 00 dee, All of them were bi
took a tuget -hip m> tow, and the van iraounl
draased It the
I praettot
"Four i red". salj
10 the
The two 15u mm
act-red four hii* The &> nwft.
'
Bsaseaier Wait*
When the BMB4I
the crew tound > plain-cloth. -
mm the poHUcal police

.. on the '-<"
. rmlned to
pin something on them.
.v learned that the ship
. for the inve-Uiiplion UJ
be rrnntlnuttl) Haej unenimouely
I id..i UH lime had eotM
lour noun later they had He wee toldI ha
red the ahip while It was
l-ill.c They locked Up
ptara, see polrHcel com-
perator and
then oraoi md had
ii nsaty to Meatd In
' the 12 mutilirtT*
lore M poUoV I I
'i ,i
Ilk ..I htqul Itton would
j . led Qmri a ouj i Polee i
;,nd seif-e\ile If Kiev
had ii"' me
I, Been thorousl
( lit.- n;
n Sovi.-t-
- I
1 ueue-eed ahel the Russians
ii In thif
.f the Polish Navy would
i- (breed t<> Bard lor hBeer
Dd oppres-
sors.
onp] itoed bitterly
to mi- about the f.-m
nilt". they said. Their ralmn
bad of HIM) Kr.immes ol
bread
no holier or margarine or fat.
Three grammes of Jam were
tsMMfl. imd six grammCT of

only received
pfftalf) soup, which formed the
diet What there w of
meal bh very thin.
I TI.O >.
enough for two packets of
in the open market.
two years most of them
' rj many of
them had received no home
Three who had leave
had only two days to
\ s ie allowed on* on one
. afternoon evn i nonth,
.iiui piinilllarl bo so bah the
town from two till ten.
.. | m lone de .i ide
BDd pievent them from 2oing to
I i. I..
If 'on go I.. Man", said the
;.. fumll to
A0 of the sulors. "you are an
I a social
re o t loiiary."
ned off with
of political
I they received.
' rnning there was a
polltleaJ leuson and a political
di~-.ii .
nil p there ware noun
of political Vtlks from Hogumil.
n .. day paaeed without its
dote of ui,..!.
poi on
r-iclr iu-: !<-(k hi.- day off Whei
- | .'ne punished for absenteeism. A* ;
first offender he wis flmtl 4J '
i.i sent ol his month's dusk
salary. On a third offence he
was warned that he woelil go
to prison.
IOCS, like the other
Be 1.1 t.dked "f UK
tlcsUon of the psyrho-
terror aiid the deporta-
boun sou (an
potential pro-Western element.-
from the towns to eastern rur-1
There they are left
to ill.'
"Starvation anl exposure are
I.'iii8 left to do slowly what the
Germans dm quickly with gel
ernfeanted ane ' Die isltot
A Warn in i;
One word of warning Do not let
rhll story of tin- IS
mutineers lead you Into 'hinkinj;
that the whole uf Polaiul i>
rei.dy to rise at once.
i' ii bed etioush fni Stalin thai
of hi- t'omrnunP'f
organised youth and Industrial
uid rebel-
lious. Over the whoto i
the larroi ol theC a.
remains thorough an!
erreetlre.
When the H.O.I1 Li nded at
Ystaad there were 3ii Posts "n
board the ship.
"I think they would all have
gone ahore; even Ivanov. lh.'
I iphlc expert. and
llomimil. politieal (mniiir. I
could see them hesitate." said
I'icrsiiiinek "But then
Swedish immigrntion offlc'al
eame aboard. That .m:i the
memory of the terror did the
trick
The Swede assembled the crew
and told them: "Anyone roiiih
shore m i deserter will dos
h (i vn risk." There wai
gunrnntee thai they woull
be MOt back to Poland
Four sailors who Joined the
mutineers on the way over
recanted at once. They accepted
the captain's word that no
action would be taken aSSJlMl
them If they returned. Only II
eame ishore out of 30.
LB S.
I le J.i|eiii><*<' Treaty
NOBODY S DIARY
BUNDAl who
must be prolific
sjatberars jud^rn^ from the number oi
paraons that t sem seen enjoying the
ul sea>un.
r.ended so that those
eating sea egKs m the close season were
subject to a line, then the coffers oi the
Treasury w-iuld overflow until such time
as pe i realize that eating sea
I in the- close season is an expenMve
paatinu And. 11 tha dlverrs do not keep see
eggs as pets the Incentive to dive them
would be refDoved and then afoulo
be left tree b (l multiply
>M>M).\V A Bin this morning numi rous
can iran bald up for a constoVfablt
at the tanctton oi PairtleW Street snd
Probyn Street while tha stream t>( ti
from the Victoria Bridge passed alon
Probyn Street It seemed to me that s
roundabout at this nileis.rtioti wmiUI be
u useful innovation.
TUKSJ>AY -Judging by the repmachful
looks vrhiel e me when they aaa
;liis sunny Barbados?" it would
that I'm held responsible for the rain..
To-day. however, two pleasant Canadian
visitors actually expressed pleasure with
our basnitiful fthnate; "It is cool here in;
comparison with Montreal in the stimmei
where we get the temperature rtflrl
100 degrees Farenheit."
Wl I'NKSDAYThe adult mind is truly
fertile and versatile in thinking up excuses
for throwing a binge. The celebration of
a I year old's birthday is the excuse to-day
Ironically enough the guest of honour artu
not bfJ ihen to retire to bed at
tl p.in while the adults guzzle and knock
back numerous alcoholic beverageslife is
truly tough for infants'
THl'KSDAY Believing implicitly in the
proverb: "There's never an ill wird but
blows -od". I am thinking
seriously ,,f becoming a cobbler seeing that
the shoe-making trade is bound to boost
with .ill this "marching."
Barbadians have "marched" against
South Africa. Vincentians "marched"
' Trinidad, ami now I propose to
two marches to help to boost the
trade.
My first march will be In protest against
all wives who fail to darn the ventilation
In their husbands' socks; and my second
march will be against cooks who persis* In
spoiling expensive and difficult-UHicqu::<.
Eoodal ufl
i exp el .i rrtonatar turnout and even the
ntemban ol the Police Force, with Colonel
Mil holm's permission will be welcome.
I intend to approach the Bata Shoe
Company and see if they will subsidize the
"refreshments" at the end of the marches.
FKII>AY (hue again this morning I met a
bread cart parked Inside the studs on a
curve in the road while the cart pusher,
v-as engaged In prolonged conversation '
with one of nil "girl friends". This hap-1
pens so frequently that I'm beginning to
believe the rumour that the Barbados
Professional Bread Cart Pushers and the i
Christ Church Bicycle Riders' Association :
have an agreement with some fraternity by i
which they contract to do everything
possible to force the law-abiding motorists
to drive on the wrong side of the studs.
OMIY ONE SOAP GIVH YOUR SKIN
THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE
Tour Ikm will bcoll. *!...'
A
di if ably dainty If om h*d-lo-l
' II y*v balk* with liaf teal
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[Md by i
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. ., ..ii ,,., nataori thsl ware ai wai itii
the world. mal dlplo- Japan. The stgnabmi may \.e "voIhuutm" in
- lyedb) Mi (....n,.-,, f. som. vas[,m ., Vi-.-clU -iand^h^t \
awn guewM days, and ., numb* oi cuntries musl hope>* woljllJ ^ to ;
,ii corns to >ay dlssont of wh.,1, rheArsb irrjlter rtak lnun ,hc Kn.mhn
E.>tiinates vary, but most experts
.igree that he Is Wronger than th
7* niueh-puraed anmes of the Soviet
\y SntelHtes. Th.- Soviet Union might
i.eed to send me of its owi
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must rely on the uselves akmc.
I .-Lin Diplomacy
rhich
sign the ii...
' will not
attend th. < nfaranot; ths latest PaSsSjag In Tin- Halkans
n I ily that various
i Menu in Europe pointed
' I G nwnss on ln>th sides There is something moving in
But i j lha Iron Curt: m beirui the desert. Sir Zafrulhih Khan.
r In that Ihp Foreign Minister of Pakistan.
..mi State* will hold attend UsS article I did not pin-,oint th is to visit Damascus, the capital
a the tn oaager. Now reliable in- nf Syria. Pakistanis the most
In Wai scorns to be a'ailable influential cuntr>* of the Moslem
i longef csatfsr- troni Berlin that tha BorlM world. Syria has been reckoned.
ii,\, developed a intll the murder f King Abdullah
are being Ihaory of "Umlted war.*' The > i Jordan, a* the veakest state in ,
ll campaign Ihrea! would seem to be an attuck the Near East. lmt it stands at'
' lapao by Bulgaria and Hungary- the key strategic ,Klnt
l :'iaps with Rumania, on the Simultanoouslv another of His '
Bdsral Hepulilir of Jugoslavia. Majesty's Foreic; Ministers, In
dSSkSSI ll that Moscow be- this ease Mr. Morrison, ras bean
i i <-< it esa induct a war in Ski receiving Emir Fetsal of Saudi
: (etcea Inside Marshal Tito's Anibiii in linden. An odtt
.imiilry, Hull could not be plnnci (fattire of this vi t i.-. thai .> '.
down to the Itusslans, "Volun- the iMihlical advl crs of King ibo'
like the Chinese In Koici 8a IBS IN auS father i iv
to Marshal Tito's J..mal Hussein mis Jam il lui'
OOUntry. The U S and it- alllc- -inn is the brothit ol .Tie BlnUtci
'wvihl be fa-cd with a terrible
:i:i to meet the threat of
i Titi> by declaring a
' war. or not.
Already trine are ugly signs.
THE NAVY MEETS
BARBADOS RUM
The Travelogue Section of "The Devon*
lot a illasiimil


noes those
ho are not

i.Ht provide Uicm with .< sp;ne
h

Extract
"In contrast u> the rustic yet happy peace
nl Carriaeou we journeyed on to Barbados
where are found a most formidable pro-
gramme of entertainment awaiting us.
For nine dan we >wain. taken on picnics round the Island, and tried ^
to plAy nil sorts of games, including some >v
that are had nevaa attempted before. All
the Sports Clubs opened their doors to USj *
at the Golf Club they would not even If J
us pay areen leea. Thus some of us were
abla to afford caddies, probably for the I B
and last time in our lives; however, \%
although m< st ol them were only Bared 1
about tin. they were well versed in the \
;irt of gamesmanship, particularly the oni 9
who When .1 certain Cadet was in the act *
of strikiiii; a ball, cried out, "Flimey. \
Mivkey Mouse bin **
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VOU'U l/KC OUR MCATS'l
,::v.v.vf
l
Mufti of Jerusalrti. (who Lives
Kgypt cs King Farouk's guest), I
and he is also th.- brother of two
men of the Husscinl clan who arc
1 trial for the m.irder of Bi .tain's
The pawsa 0| Hungary Is" fuU of l-rnu-r ally. King Abdullah.
:. lea 1 f 'provocations" by Marshal It looks as if Britain is seekine
:itler forces. ;. new set of frie'ids in ihe Near
trens is the Marshal? East.
Our !( .idi is SaiT
Mi
Pravd i
Prvsagw
To fJu t
Prsvd 1
dismissed .: i.gmaroie.
Of tourt'v I /


..spute. For waa
.iluslvely

The voices and the view point
have all Am I to
that in o!l Englanu thero
la no Persian, Czech, Arab, African
w- 1
the receiving end of

Dree the 1

1
I> cdllty ol IhO *
a moral

1 .
Ill the
It B.C prasninrne Serious Arsu-
'
rm hand, and


Th ii


ringj in Persi.1
In Russia. This question brought
Ihc jirgunirni to wli.c M DM a hurried conclusion
This Pagstan oil OQspul

past lew vears in which only 'he
orthodox British point oi
l>een dtcm- s to the

Mr Morrison, Dubw
rratda. Tlie plain man
is left to wondci
truth does lere be-
tween these two statements
Yours faithfully.
\TOR
29 8 31.
"A$s Usual, one <>f the hi^hli^hls of the
visit wits the concert gtven by the Police
Hand under tha direction ol Captau.
Raiaoo; tiuy gave us . ronei smtertjilnlnfi
and versatJle peHorrnance on the foe's*1 e
and were onry allowed to depart when thiy
had played themselves to a standitill. The
dances so kindly laid on by the Nav
IC .md Port Welfare Committee at 'h
Aquatic Club were w rj well atv
much appreciated. An enormoiu quantity
found Us way on b*ard and man'
ol H- ;n: the demon rum for the first tin.1
In its nal n Ith v*n Ul-
of remorse nr exhilaration. It is reliably
reported thai at leedri one O
edict
HMaBfretanle 'View iraa^asralam*' I*
there S
and, althnuuh it was very pleasant h. G
company In the anchor' ^
B
S
un the I
The Magazine is pubh
board of 11.M.S. Daveaaddre I

I.VI* THESE
0000!
KipperM
IliiUi-r Ifi'iilis
l.efture
< isiiaelu llrv
llrinkte
II ist 11 its.
I in pi re i 11 i< 1
J a R BREAD
ThW ill si Ifakeel
& CAKES
11 the IsI.umI
phoe GOUDARDS-w.
Deliver
ecently.
j'^^SSSAM'SSSSSVIto^


3ATUBDA1 -I ITFMUr.R 1. 1951
BAIIBMMW ADVOCATE
FACE FIVE
Accounting Machine At Savings Bank
New System Will
Speed Up Business
(Mil VhIM, I \MI
A meet for the recording of depos-
ited in tin* < ;
Bank. Thi* naiderably q

.
rderv. ,-.
Under Wb yelaaD, depeatte and
.l can be bi
BOy window, und it will no longr*-
be necessary for depu-r
ing withdrawal* to go to a cleric
I :
lOllU Id the cashier. Ail
I
'
Help Boys
And Girls
To Get Clubs
cou
i -.
I
J (" 1"' '" \n\ HindnH
lO II1..K. .
withdraw*] I -
nd;. rul hand
by Hu Excellency the ^ book ^
i than I ..
c.rd and places the pa-.
i mi the machine
v Street. It |
tha old B*3
The build r .
the number of boj
TKIKIDAD SCOUTS preparing to leave, camp,
whore tiiey had camped for the paat week
t to the local S" l *


start of B ,' f"",00?' leda" an.l
Today, ln sheet .imuJtaiteoualy. Th,
ma]
paae
St. PETER'S \/;>
lYiiiidutl
Semite Leave
iving and

hid Poin

i i

i
qua I U i
Mr. and Mrs. Bynoe cf Orange Hill, Si Peler, .vilU-<
the Kolden anmv. St Pi '' .
I -iiish Church this afternoon at 4.30 oclot t-
It will be the Ural inn. In thi Spatghttfown
Church tha:
ieets or interest are liven ear* will i onslden.bly reduce the such .1 ceremony will til eon pn^iamni.
: dm. remdfed to make ad R-v C C ConUflr.jelU.Der- .......I H
a ^ionth odtt and withdrawals ;.i th form the ceremon>
Todav. there ure ln Club .--^w. .-.,- ^-
the de-
eight be * :'nd the transaction is
9 1 .ich trans-
We hop* t.;. id.- rod of nhli machine p.
to ben ai laaat one ciub -' ""* dei***!,
everj p tfrewel In the appropriate column
At all the Clul
the 1 date and
take pat: ' '.' .. :i s initial also print
At the i !'>
Bb \: the CHM "f bustnosa the
ntu eh m
frit - .! of aeefa of '
and Knitting of aoorded during
Recreation the day's work.
part of tl 1- expected that depositors
Cinomn '" l;<-leome this new
Couple Married
50 Yrs Ago-Todav
Church Celebration
of out < "
These ChlbJ pTOVl

who through no fault of their
own have nowhere to spend their

they can meet mi
able ami |ng> They
help to r from the
tract cornera and rum shoo
verandah-
Environment plays .1 1
in the Ufa A
These Clubs gin
gym) background which is so
very valuable in thoei
donahle yean, They make the
bog uid alrl foe) the) I
part of an organisation and that
(hey bai of their
own
Buft, Hut 11 ihould i- rh'"
. which win be
Donald Johnson, boatl
ended
1 ouionaU) n turn lo the
7 Wills Admitted
To Probate
.: wills
milled lo probate:
Lean, Holder, SI. '
Michael. Mufcy Kinelme UKU, .
Chrisl Church. Angelina Taylo
SI Michael. Jceph William
Cossey. SI. Philip. Edith Florence -,
rUaWUt H.-.illi. Christ Church. |iavc ?
li/ed th:.t during Ihe transi- Organist of the .lunch will ||.
llonal period, additional work is aid* at the organ. M
Involved and until this in>rir-i is mr ">n, *BS ,0,lmcIl>' ,,n',1"' "ir llshing boata it Spciahl
iik run u-n.-m of air if "'."' pi"""">t. St. Job
wlU not b. appreciated ,n'"' '"' '"' 'J "" "'"'-
------------------ aLh IP.nage, "f Vl' ' *>** "
I MI'I.IIVI I I ililic H"3" during the hurnrv
Works S ' """ '" '"''
ing rapidly In their work at are on th.
Spelghtftown in converting the It.-.;.:' of Si..
_ three-storifd l.uil.ling 'Arlington' rely "II
into a In 1 s: Pet.is ply thali Aid. All alor. I
Tariah. e <,.*l tnosea can be aeen dally.
Th,. -AtfTOcat*" ..... informed moored .ill : nice mil
l'"' II "' ; '"' I '" 1......... Il
tor the centre to be occupied by ,, poll, ,. ... ., ,
. . ..
do wnh
1
1
.
In TrinV
n.I hold


Students
l\>r I n*xLnnl
I fui Barbeah*
- .
ITiey ar<
. I :
J
Ooodtn
Qoodin


Sctci 1
he ...I- warded 1
|l wi
ia1 Innle


8c.
,
ksgO
a a o
Will l
I
.. i rdvi \,:'
Ho ei

warded ih<- P
1
ihe othei
g I 1 1 ;o unti tt"
I
.! '
n 1950 1

1 .'.....bet
I. I
.
Gmton Gregory
Dies At 72
.
1
. 1 i . Chun 1
Irj irici
.'
Canon
: Mown in Berbed<
\ q| Hot] TrtnUj Chun
hi n Hi pen) 1 ettoi part
I : Uf in i'H' 1 1
. :u tt> t !"" 0
oil 1 arvtee lo ttn
i,.i> in Orenada whan
i tot two raai beton
. l.ui 1.1 two weeks agu
1 mourn theh loss .1
MARTINI
r.nd the bet
lind Martini
M,.i.,,, A U... .
no (IUI>)
. *-*'*'-'**--,-,'*'*
V*V*V/W//
,*., .V-,-,v,v**
Ihetr in iiiy Tiiru.i i PoUca I".....
SolK
roonu
me pound of the Aah.
plentiful
) Hubert Sobers allotted (or toilets and bolh* A
.! ,,i St Andrew, 1 v. "Jam Alfred new turucturo is being added to
underoilna Pooree In Ifra Man- Snwll. Si. Andrew. -, huililin^ If will lie divided <"" '"' they go m long
agemi'K- fB Clu ! he IN th- C0UH <'f Ordinary into two rooms,
corner back he will trail lerdgj The Honourable the Parlihlonei think
0 that the Chief Jucige, Sir Allan Colly more. H a plausible Idea of put'
lion will 1m- run the petition of Henry health centre in Spatial
proper Ward of Kings' Village, one of then, aid thai would
SnhscriptiniiN
All the i- at*
on volunl '
do not '' W W. Reeea,ILC.anatruet< .wiaiim
aaiuttance fr< :!- n appeared >- iprung up h
With tl 9
of Clubi 0 up. The petition of ClaudJut Connall s'-' Bcouu undei Bcoui m.i-'.
Rani t of 81 Michael was also granted. Vu,,,r Matthewg. chums of il i
mg. .. Hi for Letiara of Admlruatra- Tha foraihui pf the iww Bow Itian
and cral of equip- tion lo the eatata of his wife ['<*>? ***> * makmu the ,t .
men-. I ,n have to bhnln CooneU. late Barbedog8aa Scouta a complaU and an nport price or. 60 per
tor -He Land. Eagle Hall ro"l>-
We eal to [toad aoom
the pul I Mr, 1: k Italone Inatnictad by TUti bjUNPALL iteord I
Mssrs. Yearwood & 11 ,.j. .',., ,,f Aut-.. .
II with 1

bad the v 1
1 .,11 hut with .1
t'UC sc

-
'When
here M0-1
1 th. other att* had lo the w.
\ .1. u turaj Daperlmani
CLEANSE THE m.ooit
t \n
sti UIJI.A TE THE S) STEM
11 ////
B.M. 807
BLOOD PURIFIER
III....,I I l.ri- I'lM.i.l.
>. skin UH
....I tllok.
1. rtiaaftlaa atlanaliwai (he 1
1 nd i Unri.ii. .11 lit il>
hate ->*tem to a
O/l SALE 13
Price Of Copru
rr 11 fn 1
Up rrom To-day
900 Penr. Sold Lot Week
HL'NDH
plck-d tt
,MlvK.tr
.. .Pom I
.. k 11.
that
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KEATINGS
[KILLS
ml4in. > ,v.l *OrM,
d.t. \Zrvl 1>
The Rover Troop 1 now ton F.O.B. for 1
About 10 1; Ural,
Tin
tickets

11.00 and the prlv
Ul I'i A40 Cai
preseiite.1 C, (oiuh-11
i. day from tha 1st of
at the Bus Stop in
Trafalg-ir Square from 10 a.m. to
a to pji
R R Hunte.
Singer Sewing Machine Cot, and
;>herd.
We al very BTatafUl to the
-o
2nd A rrigidaire
3rd A Radiogram
4th A
5th A
art all valuable p
which can be won I s, ,,- Mni,hll:, ,
the same time % guuln-t a machll W 1
ing happii
uinning thi, R
i
with buj 1 ,. ,...
'


ti looking
r.m be ol '
bers of the r' -
(In DUplay
1 - !'. and 11 win ihei
ml orer i" In hi
toll Tha beat fail rot ;i 003 was Kdibie 'ni and other eopi
V' 1 i) Soap, 1
Throughout the parish th- Maritarui.- froi the 1st
crops are green and thriving lo i>cr. IBM.
rfacUon of the planters, *;. .
Canea. vams. *.-orn and other Agrcemciit expire] on the 31st
vegetal.!. M II......
of the regular soaking '
been getting all through

D
Lar|,
Tcie A..
rill be on j l,fe.
I islon '", .,::
j over U hi
Service.
fiii nip-
port to this cauaa. The n 1
U store can help
men and
,f ...
HOME-DRESSMAKERS ARE THRILLED WITH
versatile,
-lasting beauty
month.
In B0BM Of tha i,.'"''' ",er Bnd

Most of the young cam
s 1
men, bated on tl *
ilntalnlnfl tl* production
i'i 111 H as an ir
. part ol the 1
resumed at the AssemMv II ->m. Canl.l* n t
The Aaantbta Sir.
have n..' :
II F. Alkins have been appoint- d
|...|...|
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IIAKBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl'KUAY. SM'Tk-MHFH. I. 1M1
HrNRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
OR OWAK'S
MEMORY
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
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SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Crodi* Customers for Thursday to Saturday oniv
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Pkgs. JAC. CREAM CRACKERS .49 .11 ONIONS p.r lb 10 lbs lor 1.60 LM
I3oL HEINEKENS BEER .26 S9 SLICED BACON (p.. lb.) 1.20 l.BO
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SATl'RDAV. SEPTKMBI.R 1. 1151
BARBADOS AOVOCATF
M.I SI YIN
CLASSIFIED ADS. ^^L^V^ ~,LL.,
Tiimnal tana ni II ..at* i" lasak* bah* . .. **
CHANCERY SALE
TRLIPHOMI IBM
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a> lit am today Im in, stssSSun
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Mr. I.
Hi* ar* invii* in nyna mix ixiaaw Pan* 'Daug'ier
IN MEMOR1AM
I OH sal
Minimum cleat* M a Mi aid
SS ,..! 5u*dfc( M trued* o*e 14
ro-d. J ceata a ward u~*ek4 ..oil u
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REAL ESTaTrv
HOUSES
AUTOMOTPn;
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Block ftsnr* W.daJu
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imp eanvanlenca* Appar > pnm
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meaauage ...
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WOattJiY DOWN' ..loataai it Ta*
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1MT Maoel in pod having lite* MTMM with conNCWM I FLAT Oft Clue Water* TfttKf. newl
r* se.-,.ood Dial-- i * as* bath* U*|a os-UMl* B*J- -til with ipai.au. cupboard* Pne*.
31 Jl-*n laiT Two-car gars** i.o **.,tu .1* 1H-I(
. Laundry. Fa* fuitlMt Nr>
i an,:. Ra>h a Innl. laaaa* FLAT-At t Marv*i V,rra(a Apt I
* TW MM i f lijA .....M Fonlaualla "tiona- JMi
.laaa Data uf Bala
AHOn* VauKhail \*ah> I MO41 tleu.
W tmatlam rai.dil.a-i Low *iil- Bay
Dial--Mid CdUrMPI Q*iw
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TAKE NOTICE
CAR On* Vuh'll l| d-na -
i-.tM) kilaa. Ilk* naw. Phaatp MR. . .
Kincit or dNa> Cyril Smuu
I SI In
1 tUtiaa 90 l; a . -ft,,* pj^j,
H*u^ ]> Mhdal | ,' hitCAJJ
an ThOMiM Land. Claphaan ||*.
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CAR On* DoaKa Car
ood uoiklnc tondition
cBar rafuaad Phona dfbl ,
Kouaa JO
fiinlPhM. I Spal pf
fan at Ad.anl Rnad.
Pntpart* in T*a*did*
Bank rid I
MOTOR DYKE T),a Atncl
tguata Motor Byk. No rMaonabla
alua Apply C Spancat. tlllU
if Rind- IT 3S4J jo 1 SI
The lollo*ind <..! in a.calWnl OMt*
ditlon ; Doddc Cuitom Rrtfan Fluid
tilva latwoluUly A-l 1.100 00. VauxhaU
\>ain II p I Too 00. ifaa HilLm-n
IW 0. IMS-4T Hii.k.oi :u* CO. I...J
l-'afarl IM 00 Cobr & Co Ud Ba> dk
Ptobyn Alivrt' 30 I H (n
m M^%aM*4?'!
land Itara r*a>onah.a T- *._,%
R*ally CmpHHh Aandi Madu I
*.a*1 Dial *! 1 4 I rt
MMmmI
MM Matk*r*ra Hom. M. datt
un- 4i>mt lina**. S Badrnruna aa-'
.,. al -*r*a Carag* and arrvaotda
11 win MM all aaiviraa .it'id.iu: da*
*- orrttard appanun alrlv naif an i
-i,,-. i
I t I i
Th* Ltddcrauincd will Dn>< fn ftal* at
.iKit- ron.patmon at InaU OnVa No
1. hipti Stict UlrldtaiuBn. on frlta'
- nth. n. ot Vplrabn imi. a) j w
V ' XHA1J II hp Salaon
hoi.i iM.-wumii [,, i ,.,.,
ol our l*l.rd fat hat (..van (.
ling raorth wh.. (Ml \
XMh. 10W.
It doaan'l na*d a aparial da>
To fertmg con to out
Tha daya .. do nat ifeUR ( pjbj
Atr vcty hard to find
For what purpoa* Lord 1 rannoi aa
Bui all la wall that > don bt Thaa
Rvar to h* tamambrrad l.y v..mired
Joi*ph Cirlton .*or.i. Clarlaaa tlary
Anntr. Owandolyti. Mm A MoMfetn
'Dautfhtaf lantha Grava nlaca- and
five urandchltdrcn
I t SI-In
ELECTRICAL
RIFRinERATOR-Cr.
I'S A. manufacitr.
.jimp Dial Mia
THE COTTAGE OUT MtOP otandtni
>r SUdD dt.air faal u| ^i^. adfoanltuj
tha arbaejaa Aq.iatK Out. ODtMhar
-iih ttu> Goodwill and A.aai. af iha
MJM, n->w farrlad on undVi |h*
MM I MM
INKPECTION on Mond.tya Watnra-
da-a and Pi Ota n. Idlwwn in* nau r>l
4 and pm aat apptwaimi n, Um
pramtaaa
F>.t l.nlnat p-.i-uUr. and ,~ondiliaw
( -al- apa<. u. -
COTTUaT. CATFORD Ca
Si 51 lln
Mil I \k |n loving memory
dearlv balovd
who fall aalaep on ISth Saptrn
' fin .IIiin and |.
Loved and rripeclad wherev
F\er to be r*n,ai.Ju-t*d
(daughter). Odeaaa
iBrolhan, Mrt Walnu Yard* iNuwei
Dania Goddam iNaphaw. | t Sl-ln
HIl.TMIIOIt- in to
d*r tnolnar Da
pariad Ihlo Ufa
Ethalbrrt.
, Hillary .So
vs atanll .
MM Wlltahire who
n teptemba^. i*i>
lllahlra pand<
PraMan. Clavaianrt
Enid. Oda-
di.ilht-
I t Sl-ln
11%.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
FUR M1V KE
LIVESTOCK
SI'ANIBI,
Maiimni Sun
Phana- OH
T1 ii..an*d will odfar lor *ala at
puhllr dimpetitinn M thMr oinea. 4o
IT Hill Itieet. BrMCet.mii oaj r, .<> .
ihe llh OaU of M|Moanhi. 1M1. al I
The dwallinghouM V tl O Wit m
"UVM VUJJ6. -llh in. Una)
whereon the aam* atanda and tn*f*to
lelongm,. oont-lnlruj bj -dmeaaure-
n-tm *aa .quare (H( or thenaboula.
..nd tna oul buildinga Ihaiato, Utualr
on the Sea, al Haatlnfv Ctirlai Ctturch.
, ujolnina: Hotel Royal
Inapaetian any day a*pt Hundayi,
i-lwr*n lha hour of It nrjon and S
p m.
For further particular*, and mndlttom
ol Mir .pply M
COTTLE, CATFOBD CO
M 0 M-E n
r -. BL>1 Muioll Coa.i 1 0 SI Road) Avail
HVtllli
HELP
IK B-al lad in SI Prla. npM UEF
1 be -illio. M Warn In make lhat diarmenta A.-*l> > H Maraha.l Batla Halt Ho*d. Dial SOU 1 *1In
i .. ... 'ii-, 1 BM0h|0l al > Borai
SAIJMMEN. Young EnefMUe i*n KtnpHoed on ...... ..iiiI Adv*i!n.n (> Bal*a> baata n pa*. H
That R
m|.
.lolina. Unl
BBTMOLD* t .iiAi n
: lha State
i MMMOi it Imp H
I ttataa od America. Mam
Hi a tiada mark In Patt A
.. i ut.nellei. ciaan unoklnd
niokrn and am.IT and will be
lln 30th div ol Aud.nl IMI. in
i-
lean North
Applied lor lha leaul.-tion
. leaped of (.baecn of all kind, ami Im
.... prddkjrla. produci' io
limed 1* laalMer the aame aft*r
m.mlh Iraan
Bi.a aajajpi
The tiada mark
IV.lt t
at*
0M0
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GOVEKNMEM NOTICES
IHU'NKKAET CENTRE. BAY STREET
Tha toUowlnjj pioirammi' ol Evtmng rin<* will i ue. Bu> StrMrt, rton Mondaj nth spptpmiwt to
Friday. 30lh Novt-mbct. 1951
Monday4 306 00 P.M.
Aicouiitant offer, bduihi uamlfuj M
^eieial ^mbilwua (union Ap|M*cant TuesOSV
mini be prepare*! to .iuO\ .md qualify
Prudraoua aalary, todv laava
lr*a theoretical lullloi. r.irllant .
bed) Apply in OWn tiandwriUM*
alaOlna aee. detail* ol
Bok *
W dlHTi It!
i 308 00 1* M
4.308 00 1' M .
p"^" Thiirday-4.S0-C.D0 P.M.

MECHANICAL
BICYCLES -Hen EM (-.
BlBlMI
rmpi mcaa coui-
"* G"M* Dial '"* UII:
MACHINF.
hi peifee1 in
KB
One hand aWwmg MbtMim
MACHNEH TWO i> Singer Treadle
Kcchine at trrol Miliinglon *khmldt.
.-la oarriaon. | sin
JAMAICA GOVERNMENT
KAIL WAV
Application for Pol of DraughU-
mati-Survryor
Applications are invited from
Qualified persons not over the tie
of 45 ..ii -, for the pensionable
post of Draughtsman-Surveyor in
the Combined Engineering
Branches IC.vil fc Mechnnical) of
the Jamaica Government Railway.
2. Applicants should be able to
desifm and prepare specifications
for umldliiifs and other EnKlneci-
init Worka. supervie the actual
ioii>iruction of minor Engineer-
tw Works, .mil carry out levelling
and "iirveying. and shot.Id I*
qualified, and experienced In Me-
chnnical Drawing and machine
design and be abk- to proRjMUw m.-
chanical specifications.
3. The salary is In Ihf 5ralc
l!75 a year rising by iiuifim-n!^
01 ES.'i t.> CMO .i y.v.i The nuixi-
inuiii ..In. may bt> offered to a
suitable candidate.
Th ;ippuititment will lie subject
in lha poaaini of the prow
medical examination as to physi-
cal fitness and will be on probation
for a period of three years.
4. Applications in writing.
stating qualifications and experi-
ence, should be addressed to th-
General Manager, Jamaica Gov-
ernment Railway, and will be re-
ceived up to the 15th of Septem-
ber. 1951.
(Sgd.) E HAMILTON.
Acting Genriiil MmMsT
18.8.51._2n.
MPIA Portable Typa Writera-
lt of Iheic World Rrnownod
r. now In Rock For fuMher pat-
DU131M A C Si HILL
Tha undenajned will offer tar Sal* at
public competition at then Office. No
11 High Street. Bridgetown on ETMay
lha 14th day ol September. |M at 3
Tho lwo-*tor!*d DwoHlatJppuM knoon
at CONIBTOM". wlta lha land a.heteoM
lha same *t.nda and (hereto belonging,
ontalning by admeaau re man t *l.
aqua re leal or thoroabauU. alluaOe a<
lOlh Avenue Hellcvl.le. St Mtetuial
Inapedlon bi appolnlnuinl with Mr.
I. L Toppin, .'it. Avenue. Dial TTM
For further paiticu'ai-. and conditloni I
of sale, apply M:
COTTLE. CATFORD At CO
um H r. v
Pla ,
MISCELLANEOUS
Comer of l.i'tvhild

or 8t Lawrsowft *'i ma-'
-lephona Dial BST0
I I MBn
Tasty Dishes and Ttble laying
Smock inK
Cdsfet ami Pastry Making.
Advanced Pattern Drafting
c.inlibean Cookery.
MVanMd Dressmaking
Advaiweil Cake Icing.
Simple Handicraft*.
lUitlerniK Simple Dressmaklil|
prill tallg plaMt at the Hounrcral
* 5
HOUBBS at Navy Gardeix
it Maiihia. and lite City
On* Hi Ane apot of land
Um building .He. with TO
nd IKIt '
ru
MISCELLANEOUS
-..> par .g ft Con
Dimoon Hockley
.pen 1130 am. r
ant lo Buy. nil. ol
Phom
COFFEE -O K Coffee. Freah .hi
1 (hi* lai'ourlle packaged coffee gM
e had from >our grocer II I J
AUCTION
TAKE NOTICE
j>RINCEALBERT
I 30--6.00 P M
Registration for all classes
Centre between 10 i.m I] Noon and 1*1 ween 2
Wfinesday 51li .md Thursday, fith September. 1951
r--. mug* be paid tn (idrauv for the" term at the flint n- ..
5 t"i OsaCtl coins.* in Sewing. IV.Hern Diatting. SmrxkniK .mil ll-ndi-
CMftl 13 Tor each courw In Cake and Ptslry Making. Cake king;
l istj DlihBt and Table Laying. Caribbean Cookery and ksuUtfing
2-' will be refundad it the end of the term to all stifclenls who
BttoMd ">''' of the classes
Department of Education
27th August. 1951
19 51 2n
CAMFJtA -Kodak 19. Al New. price
"a hundred dollar* Fltt. Knight* Ltd
''( Pharmacy. I1JSI-T F N
Gl NTS HATH TRUNKS: Woollen Ver-
ting Qui.mv. Maroon Colour M II *-.
"on'l lot get lo Bui- for your nel Sea-
bath at Klrpulani. SI Swan Stieei
AI.VANIZBD SHEETS 1ft M gauge
IS M each Limited number onlv m
Ralph Ite.ird'. Show Ronn lo-ei Bay
at | t 11In
rn.l.ER BRUSHESNew .hlpment. all
kind* Fuller Bruohe* including Ladw*
PrlatkKombs. Oent'i Brlitlecomba. Toolh
r.'uihe*. Dentnl Plate Biu.haa. Complax-
lon Rru*h*a. Bath Bnnhn. Cornb
C.innei*. Manicure Ilru.hei, Powder
Pruihea. Floor Scrub*, r>bre Bowl
BrtNOtaa, aottl manv others
h P CIIKBBMAN B rxj LTD Mlddl.
Streei bi.mtmtofi Ot .1 3.TSJ
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
I hava been instructed By th* W.ier- ,
orliB Depl to sail al theli vard. Cnler- !
Wig* Sttvet on Tuesday nem tlh Sepl
ti.hri al I p m One lout Trurh
Trfma Ca,h Il'ARCY A RtTOTT
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
BY leroinmendallon* of Llnvd Agent.
.e will aril on TUESDAY the 4th Sep-
rillMl, " Drum. tme-O-Ona 1 Sew-
ii g Machine*. 1 Car T-ie.. 9 Wa.h
latin*. 11 Caaa* Fruit Eraenres. and al*o
B> pe Bhoa.. IS1 Tin. H*I a Foot. M
Hand Bap. M 8*4. Dlll FlU.ntur* S
:aat lion Pipe* 11 leet long, is Co***
Douda fheet*. 1 rain Indinn Perfume
lUVNOIDfl T>HtA(t 0
upoiallon orfnlred SM
he law* of the Hl..le o(
it-1 Stale* ol An. ti...
.i huiina** nddre.. M
Sl'. 1. ".Ll .I'M.-
MorUi Catatlna. Unltad Stale*
lea. Manufatluiar.. hai applied
I|*aWrat***l al a Had* maik si
I" od RegiMei In t.apect of
of all kind* and lot a
(Igatrtlaa. rlassr*. imoau.t lobac...
tobacco product*, prod
,.d naK and will
r*.>lrr the Sane
COMPANY. J
IIting utida
PHf* fOTM]
OrikMO M
Putt
dnmpensalion Eor "Irtissh InteresU In Freneao Njtli.nailsnl
Gaa And fe:iecUltll> I ndertakings
Ar. Agratmient hat been concluded between the Government of lha
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and ine Guv-
11 nment of the Trench Republic relating to the terms of eompen-.-.....
f llntish interests In French nationalised gas and electricity undei-
laklngt.
British nationals who are the pMtnt owners of such interntu and
Bfho wish to claim compensation urder the Agreement may obtain
further Information about the pr*vlsioris of the Agreement and
UM procedure fo. lln- ui.mission ;i etastaM thereunder, on application
.it UM Colonial Sdw-paittry'ii OTflrf
The Fri'iitb (imiinmciil ha .< agreed to an amendment of (hi
Agreement lo provide for nn extenslt" of the 'ime-llmlt for the *ub
mission of doMtaraUoni of gcttptaiiea, liaUJ the Itth Seotember. mrii
31.8512n.
^titled lo
OHIKXTAL
SOI VI MIIS
Gifu. Curios, Jewels
Antiques. Ivory. Hllks
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
imSm
I'r. Wm. Hry. SL :: Dial 3466
Vll nli.ii !
EDITAT10N in I- I
PRINCIPALS OP COL
LEGE8/SCHOOL8
ALL MANAGERS
Graduated Venarualaa
School Teacher Normal I atalour
year*' TVacher*' Training College
arek employment to teach Spanish
In college* and school* and, or
Iramlatlng Inlerprcling t
mercial Brtn*. Wrlle to Grow.
Far-seeing
FURNISHERS
are Starting NOW for
Christmas i
a*d Vanltlea. Slooll.
ditead*. Wardrobe.. Clean-of-
awer*. CradkM. Bed*. CouelUS*.
irhle Top a other WaarHtand*
Decoration Tea Ti
1 r-.ilure Morrt* Sprtn|
. ,i Ullstsssl i-.-hioei*. Tub
Suit** and separate piece. Ruin
uptight arm and rocking chair*
tor grown-up. and childre- Si up
Bnntoe* al SIB. Electric PL-k-up.
- and He'd. M Sew-
ing MaclUue*. hand and treadle*.
Chain and regular Hitch and*
boot-msaing-BUY :.*OW
L.S. WILSON
twin' n.
VACANT P08T
Rtlief Mannc Oftlcer. Trinidad Oovernment leivice,
Port larvices Departmenl
ApplirarTons art Invited toi Um pogl or iteii<-r Mann. I
Tiundail Governmtnt M.nn.i Stivm. p..u Snvm" Iseparlnieiit
1 .iiiiiuialea must ba In ii mi lot ol i I tetUk .'< ol C**h|srtenc)
u. HoiBt Trade Master Maiun-r bssWOKl by the Government of TriiiHli.t
Or by the Marine Roanl of Jumnica. 01 a certificate of equal nr tiipeiinr
value Issued by a competent authority in the United Kingdom 01
I '.f the Commonwealth. Il Is desirable but not essential, thai
candidates should have had experience In the management ami man-
oeuvring of tugs
Tha salary of the post is In the scale $2,40012012 86U pei
um but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the seal
nt a point eommensurstr with hi prosVosMM experience and quallflca
tlons A rninnnitctl overtime allnvtanii' of $25 per mensem Is payabl
1 salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem is payable 01
lary in excess of $2,400 per annum ..hore quarters are not provided
but In the case of officers recruil- tWI IsssBJ an allowance equal
to the dlReniH-e I-Um-m 10' ,( ,.,i> and rent paid ii payable to an
olTlcer who rents unfui'u><. difference lietween lO^t of the salary and 5Tr of the annual ilil
of fiiiniluie 'uppliexl in Government furnislnd quarters is payable lo
an officer oVRsB rents furntsbetl qnaibrs. Allowances In both cases
re subject to u maximum of |M \ < nionlh for a married officer
1 bo t.,mily rgsadOf with him or $30 per month in the case of ai
officer whose family la not residing with him and $20 oer month foi
an unmarried officer.
Free second class passages will In- provided on first appointment
for the officer and his psuuly not i xi'-eding five persons In all Sub
JCt to review al any time and not aj a immanent right of the officer
free passages on leave for the officer, hi! wife and children subject tr.
., m .ximum of three adult fares.
The successful candidate will I* appointed on probation for twi
years In the first instance, subject to his passing a medical examina
lion and will l.c required to tnnliilnib- to '.he Provident Fund
Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi-
ence, together with certiflcales and testimonials should be addressed
tn the HonOUreblt the Colonial SciiHurv. Trinidad, in reach him
i than tha 7th of September, 1951. IK H 11
Kill thtM throbblnf pains in your rrrwcMat
It OlKt! Apply Sloan's Liniment Hjhiiy
feel your
askfor
Giissoni
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I'M.I I M.HI
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
-\il Klin si I'll Mill R i ri-.l
EVERTON WEEKES MA Y LEA VE BACUP
No Reason Yet Given
For His Suspension
ifr'nm Our Own ( ormpondrnlI
LONDON, i
;.irit West Iin:
II hu 12 moAthi t, run
i outi liu' of " -
* Second Trial
i < ded. _, ,ai
Mine I o-iiioirov
he Au-slra-
Jaekaon <>( i UI
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thai he continue, on Tl ui
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that hi

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He will i
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litirbados L.S. Boxers
Beat Q.C* Do It Again
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Heart Trouble
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Tourney Proposed
ILA.L.T.A. Get* Going
The Barbadoo Amataur Lawn Tei
to hold an Intar-Club Tburnamani between the eli
to the Aaaociation, during October.
Tin- member cluba
nun id of thai
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MISS KAV TUCKHR one or Brlt
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lil.yri*.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
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tkcoud day' plV of thr
Fourth SencH of Flrt D
rial be '-ui li.'-nnodlata
Oriehet oaa aid Um Pint
Day ol tlie Siath Berie* of
Second Divi-ion at the va
rloiih grounds:
Wanderora va. Combrner at
Bay; Syit m I BautMJ al
Park; Oarlion va, Y.M.P.C.
at Oarltoii, Lodjie va. Pick
wick t Lode; aud College
v- Pollca at College.
Intermediate: I'ukwtck va.
Waiidarcra at Oval. BMBtn
n. Bpartan at Bank Hall;
B4Elm*nt va. Cable k Wire
leai at Oariiaoa aud Wind
.,..! M-iii-; II .|.i- : .
Codco Boad.
Second Divi-lon Y.al.PC. va.
Police l Beckle* Road:
Foilnd,.tion v. Empire at
Foundation, Ucward va.
Lodge at router'". Central
H Weaftenn at Vaucluae:
and Combermere v Pick
Irtflh at Combermere
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Golden JuUlee the amc
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al h< YESTERDAYS
WEATHER REPORT
From Codrlngton
KautfaJlj .',i inche-
Total K;uiif.ill for month to
date 9.27 inch
lllgheat Temperature |&0 f
Lowett TemperJtuie 7 Wi.,d Velocity 1 map)
cr: 111 ami
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Dunlopillo mattress?
Why not ask to sec a Ounl'ipilln btex lliam nuttre&f at
your local dealers TO DU Fed u. Ill t.n n, lie on it
and you'll timi n\ the oxw o ml Rafale mtnitta you'vo
ever knoun. Dunlopillo ban liiii'n naturally resilient
and cxtiniK-lv dUnuSu it canoi l sa; in ihc middle or
Iom thapc. It is doM ftee, t -isiing and completely
odourless. Tlurc arc DO IpIUij or sturhrig to come
through the covei m weai h out
Dunlnpillo im\ foam cuahioning u also ideal for armchairs
and settees, a* will j- lor boa, tincana and theatre scats.
Owinn to its porosity it i% pan ubtly suitable for hot
cliimtcv
The original Latex Voam Mattress
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End Rheumatism
While You Sleep
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MAKE THE LAKES
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TD5ETI.ER XXI CDOLI
CUE TO AOTHER-
Bv Jimmy Hatlo
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ANNUAL DANCE i
(he I'aironaav M
Mr F D Mutfteu. MCP,
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kdmu .) by Invitation Only I
al ur"v I'.irk House TO-NIGHT =:
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1 on
;, rrlday. 7lh Srelember. 1951
0 beginning at 8 p.m.
1 i.immc includes musi-
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fr trtMnculiil solos etc. and ui -
V usts .iit'lutling Messrs. Paul
\ WUklna, Ceork Phillips.
C Gerald Hannisler. Clyde
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f litmhen h and othes will be con'ritHit-
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the conaiatently superb cul.
hi and limsh o! the ... .
IDKAL TAII.OKINti
We will welcome the op-
portunity ol proving this to
you in our . .
TAILORING DEPARTMENT
on the first floor of
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so \s TO KNABI.K OUB PBB80NNEL TO HWT TIHIK
INNUAL LEAVE, A SKELETON STAFF WILL BE 11 III
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discomfort. Keep a bottle ready In your home.
COUGH MIXTURE
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TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
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