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I' VI. I IVMI (}a/iib Qallinq \ ..Iv Nfh—t. -v>T.|.t..V %  %  Lady Amnrtrii i I : Ht of Mrs % %  m Montaerrat Civil Servant M 1 %  %  %  %  if Tropti.tl A' %  th* Lad\ \rlv,ii G. C. W Fir.t Visit P AYING his Bl %  %  %  %  |K *<>' lit*" l.*dH NrUmi %  %  After 48 Yean M EMPTAOI < %  KM Lady fHaaaa ingand la at'\ing with M : Back From U.S. I> ETURNINQ Iron, 1 I) I %  %  %  %  I %  %  I To Take Up Appointment \ %  ', %  Retired Banker M i • I'orlMidu to H %  i • ; %  Attended Summer Clinics D i An. A In tin I .All. \i-|son ..ik. Th. 4lh. :, Now V..ik Dl Icotl i -i GraduBad Weather vl > A.itiKU. A FTER Mi. W D. 11 I I %  i %  Lad] N I— M. Hi %  Hb 11 i %  %  trier. Shipping Manager M il. FRANK CLERK, Shipptn* .. %  ganta for i... %  %  4 h invars, arS -KI.II i • t;:c N.S. OalawMt. %  %  -K %  viatUag U %  i-ir-lof tinTrinuiiul i %  in connection with iha transhipment t perirgo lor Trin'd iiom U s.s OataV e* vr it. DM SS (iinymrdn. the tag Iha ship HI rjartraai .vhich w;s towtil III here some i v •>,< %  B 8Fort ffaanav in ml Assistant Master A FTER spending part of his %  fttiral. Mr. O II. Wiltslm. S iv Srhool, %  %  %  i..ii> Naiaam Air and Sea L r.S-A. on by B.W.I.A. via il David Uladen. : %  • \ • %  i BtodM M Road. IM to raaida wltti to* • Long Island. An-on* las) p4.-.*Mmr.s |a>gvwg Sunday by the ccioMtaif an hoUcbq wan Mi < N Wnkr ol %  Man rd For Macdonald M R KEN RICK H. < THORNE. %  Mr. Luther Thome ol KUtad Beaool and Mr., i rnoni tin|>as*engrr* !. ivaM aa Monday evening hy !, W.I.A. for Trinidad en mute ks it the U.S. In Canada he j v\ ill inter Macdonald College H read for hit B.Sc. (Agt.l and later Agr.) An old Lodge boy, he was formi i ]y on the alan* of the Goveroi icnl Laboratory and la u recent .u'luiite of Trtmdad'a Imperial C Urge of Tropical Agriculture Grenada Short* M i: M Mirlcc Oacar St. John, W. Junior Maater of the ('•icnada Boys' Sem School ..nd aon of Mr. Edward St. John. V'-reman of "The Weal Indian" : i wipaper. and Mr* St John, ha* i ean awarded a three-year Scii scholarship Frier In ireen. violet and black striped taffeta with a geM thread. The fringed gflaa baa an added colour note of eartae. Some of The Top Ten's Top Numbers t.i-tao,,,' CMn, II el am u< AniniV. U on^ni The Wean u it u r., Ne-i AswUgV, %  in Th* Ntwt. IS p n> inlfflae*. • .i i> llsr TM> t Hi %  %  M !" ftm rMw II: p m At Iha Opvra. • p m. K.i aa it** K-TI a is p m Tho Brm.h MuKiir a • '. aa* | \\ %  „. .Ml 1-1% Ta *>> %  %  1 p m Th N> 7 10 p m ,sw An.ly.l.. T || ,. M fullltia the Wm liM)H. 1 U p in G<-nn.lly tpMling. n p HI HMlit N-ur-l. I IS l nt %  (•fn.ii. Antumant. 8U p i InWrlmla. r U p m nrMl 'o-i.lil. JO p m tfvtodv Mi.Oil-. V 41 p in aiBMinvnl of Arrouni. 10 p m The N>wa. 10 10 pro. %  iv Pf.pl. *> • P n. MM Wf* Talh mi uniMiiiis B\ THE WAY Hy Beachcomber T HBRJt la aog i %  HI. mpurcd n J %  promised %  bean (on area, pgav e rd it I "if the inns %  rtad il the work has fore%  rail prtpar/mli ill COI i! is too late to %  'iitng b-.it anpl) the In dealini lime-lag which is an o-naenllal I [-term ptanntng The %  .%  t contin%  Aet Ihej I i %  l • %  Ih-*trutlir>< I mdmtrmiilmm*$i A -Home OOfo %  % % %  %  %  %  trunwi %  %  In .1. leeH %  %  I %  oad i %  'and them." sfdd h lC f gg for -inni I Dug* A : ear b> %  if the gets hi<. false The maueless horse of C'iipp*'tilwni is given a wig. all will be ready for a naUottal Aiumal Weak drive. \ Having Crrrmuny S IX thousand and furt% u< mban of. .in International Youth H.illv, awHctag ntghl and day, have built a life-size model, in cardboard niid felt, of too Victoria Coach Station. Inter* plaining, to yOUthg who carried out orders, ii; IDI a, wh.d they wenMUtd \ Pettuunbuco dak Art, uneanylng! suit gleamed gold studs. Another smart Hortnell touch were the envelope pockets on I green suit worn with a dirk brown satin blouse and a swagger coal with beaver collar and CtlAV The lapels of the suit were rtgglgimi DO similar envelope style 01* buttoned down. (luuBliatatl} A third coat by this was a loose off-v. black astrakhan lining and eottai and a huge astrakhan muff A boy's cap in off-white with i tall black feather provided a saucy accent. In countries where the winter is not as cold as in England fur linings m coits would M ireeJ le needed but fur ciif and muffs would give the new corny look. Cocktail Frock* "Darling" of Pet.-r flus.-II' cillectlon wos a lewel-hrlghl fullskirted taffeta frock, striped in green, violet and bla< vith Rupert and the Sorcerer—17 s %  %  %  he [oasi oi h • >.ippe* l<* teller rtiutu tht WOT' he ihmkt. It ht fm*l Out *lic:e I -IM rivmd. Thtn ht itept sMnaari "Ana it i nag at htm aear i whan I *m. ho* jn hrga boukWt tre fimr ladt bitch I ei btck to Vjiwood ? r.. ni lo*ki"i vn iiionithtd. All • %  n BOMIM) %  IRAYON SATINS |CREPE IT m 1.04 %  CHECK \OILK _ar Q us For (i ii, U*iat( • uiiat nutnN a antkv iji in Ont ul cir Impi ill • %  Kl In tnc I'lirlMin.-n %  i oin..-.', JU IHgUtHI Ki •I M i.i *.i „1 ..ip-rlur i1 H,oe.-M.-PO in. %  • arowui it* .BBR i AOUIIM iin 11*11... ISI : MnAiO met. urifl i Li oiu > oat >* %  in .II ii.. smt II t utiiterate 111 •I IS Dowa n-Tio in 4 10 Mr. i rts.ii m %.. %  • Plmot rett* v 101 il Won* at ..i. i fioV'oir.v.i 1 %  "" !" 1 axiaiij' *'an'' -'(..'% axoiTH %  X io rit ii*,..* i Saoit"*nu< i Mootr 5 Stitt uM •. "• %  ;, rt laai.i. ii p.ih-r i, '0O7W'>M',*,V',*,',r>'//.V*-/ g 4d fhieod. Spotlight was %  the Mnga 1N&" at t ctra eolo I reuse. (Illustrated |. Ulgby Morton show,,) ., 4r*ty and Mack brocaile fr.x l, wit straight skirt and loose black %  hiff-m panels plaatad from shouldr to hem on either side and caught into u wide jewelled U-lt With it was worn a tii hal. K\eiiiii>' 'iouns .'.ween trte parted cuilalna of iha salon, road) for bet has been with Norman Hartn-!l for 15 .. nunneuuln. made sinking appearance in a glamorous black net frock ootts t with gtiid coin spots. Ii had long "leaves and a deep flounce on the hem and was worn with a large 'ate-likc black hat. A versatile thrcc-piec by llartnell consisted of a gold lame 'louse with a draped square ne. kHMt worn with .i ,hon garad black velvet skirt and i look-, slim gold lame skirt. I\ntli 'ilarlv lovely was a fineK tuek• liillib0| On kflop winy flowen eUmbing t and crinoline .i gown upprnpriatelv %  irdi'M wall." Si v.i huwed iule and mi iridescent clip. "Cherchai la femme" seemed the right title as the mm nequii. Il.iit.i.a dcalen, gazed out mvsten.uislv from behind Iha veil A aWgnlocent llartnell hat *anf bluaigrey ba a ver with a black under-bum and -i two-4sam Ki" satin binding oil round the wide hrun. Rielarj Cvhn Patricia Meflfia JsUptlClHtil aunt* k? 6—igt Srwi i ^^h mm swu SMMMIt t* f .UW-IM 0004 %  ^..IMSIUffl BIG OPENING FRIDAY 7th Sept, EMPIRE Two Hosgagf rfto! will Pin You to your Sean. 0M KELLY Judv GARLAND AQ" ATM 4'LITH <'l!VEMi% (Membe;s Only] MATINEE: TO-DAY .it .'• p.m. TO-NIOHT and TO-MOKKOW NIGHT at S30 CLAUDrrrTE COLBERT — ROBERT YOt'NC. GEORGE BRENT in "BRIDE FOR SALE" SHE'D LOVE TO SAY "YES" TO A MAN WITH A MILLION Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. GLOBE THEATRE Tll-IIAV J A HIS I'M. n4 DAILY More great love songs from Sfiario Lanza, who thrilled the nation with"BeMyLove"! DtTg S-K.N OI'NSgT SOILI\ll % %  4. M 4 BT0WN BT"aa_zmdt>% DIAL 2310 WOMAN ON rirk n Tan M-UT Don. Cent DAY SKI-SON IN LULLABYOF BROADWAY CJIX*B V\ TWHNICOtUR B 1 BAgALU %  01) l>i: wLPK l ..ih.-m -III 1 VI IO mi>l:ii -ll' no— ol MINI! >um 1 IIFlgSM. aol NO 1 1" i -i.ni.yi4i ii. I a sas svaa St I'AtlNKY • SJM roHORiiun BMmi PLUAS aaoAUWAVOeorgt iufic.il Cuiir i -BAD MSN or tar HOROIJI I.\II;TV THE GARDEN — ST. JAME9 TO-D4V a TOMOROOW tM P.M %  ncoKor MHITI s sc NDU>' Joan DAVIS Jack HA1*Y a nr.rHnii Strv-r DHODIE S-t SSO %  n. Pitta* ionl.1 HUKO O* 1 %  and B *, |i n l"VMl USAIi ^ i 1 1 I.FAVP TIIFM II %  J....... a 1 \l I.MIM. IMIYIM Millon BrrlK aoi sntr 'Hti.vrt.ii Ji.hrm. Mar* noi.O i %  row John Warn* Bttoaaa aai •<>< 1 HI O I BUR tli BtUUWM l '."' M " fh-il.f CIIAN 1 %  "" as P rn TNK.I.SBMAN| |„h,, W.rnIn ; %  hfaj 'Pin \no\ Bt..t. i pi me -\YUE\ O.XI.Y THE HKST win itoPimples Go Cause Killed la 3 Days 35 .„, Nlst dlacovery thai Mil* strnia ami |>*r""<••• >'D tht akin thai ..ill.l'iri plr. Ilolla. UM niotrhr--i-mit, Rina/worm. and Krupdu"Vnu can't STl rid oT your akin irouMunlit yon rtinnvit tht g-nna lhal hi. In Iha tiny pni of your akin Bo S -l Nlsoatrm fttiin your rhamlai I i y undiT l*o IH.BIIIV.' cuauntx H NiiHirm -Hi banlah rlmpWa an.) riosr y^ac akin soft aid tmooili M Nixoderin r £car. : i Tor Sain Traafelaa aaaaaga' TheGreat „ CARUSO '/j( TECHNICOLOR 1. MARIO „ ANN LANZA BLYTH Dmonn JAMO-I KlRSTEN NOVOTNA Bl ANCW THEBOM COTTON LINENE —3"

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WEBNBSDA1 Mrtl Mill II V ISSI lt.\RHMH-~ UW0CA1E I'AGI IHKII. Public Service Commission Bill Passed St. Michael's Vestry Welcomes New Dean Will Be A -Mainly Ad vison Bodv ARTIES HEADLINE Uve Council \ci!-*rdav parsed without deban %  .1 Bill fa provide foi %  .. Public Service COmmlMlon and mat ters incidental tin Moving the second reading of the Bill, the Hon'ble Colonial SiiejfVUr* said : Students of English Hi :ory „ -.,„ Ordinance, although there nave portant depart M r m from %  I propow 10 eomGladstone's Aral M "iw of the NC%  1 o( ihe old 1 Bill — nppcintm 1 .ge to the Seenoii 3 (J, ad HomK'n I Service and 1 ft tary of rudder* that a small c mml Ion. took ..->t in lat> Vld ri:1 l n lim,n !" **<> membein I^KI end lad. llw^JwiHimpw ^ lha like the other <;i dstonmn reI tW kC" M.. Dean Promises To Do His Best toff Ml MEMBERS UM SI MI %  <•'!> warm welcome a' their meet*, .v [• M Aral appearance at lha • thai I rant lo %  church %  Council, the Tnmda. mod. 1. arbich baa a Cbsd/anaii and not more than three othei I 'i %  UMM alMwhaii I man is .-> senior officer <,i ih OovatnakaM service, but the eased for hi> being an outstanding and respected person from outside il.Shortly after the end of these.|Ser\'iee, and this reeommonda Ilon has been adopted. Much, of State tor the Col-rues issued a courie< wn l depend on the colibtoad statement of polio m ,,rr of the gentleman who is which -Inter nlla". he advocated 5e lected as Chairman Inry UueaUon oa and so on, nd natural part of the existence. Broader Basis the establishment of Pu vice Commissions in the Colonies for the pui %  Oc advice on lha -selectlot. polntmcnt of local rand Governnn n :it. He to ballet 1 1 <>n a/ere nr,t carrying out my opbnon, imperative that at least one of the members of the Ion should be arall — %  and the best trad:' n of tho Bi provide:* bei shall he %  1 the time of his fsrst appoinlnicnt either a public of* tteen '"''" %  "the prevKMl live years. Provi. but becuusc he recoi n has been I M foi lha msen lha %  n Sl ., Vl ,.,. .,, %  1 Kingdom nearly ,. nunmembers--hut not as I 1 died rears ago. for mal f ltu Commission, this rtaiure, t" !• deal t with on a broader basis. ,,. rJetu Mimbm hold gj The se.-iet.ny ol State realised al the outset that the range of ... 1|( office runetloru to bi Satake Co LU-It li tht composition mu tthat the Secretarv in peal the light or should 1* the AsM tarn Colonial local clrci the Set Hartal a bo model for one territory would not ,. i., necessarily sod another Thus in work. > a> some Commissions srhkrh neve bean set up elsewhere, the com%  .,,,, there position was in the li 1 h.-en suhstnn.1 gg confined to nffieinl* and Hie hatefr .. the Sinusp.no n %  Corr were preMr. Clifford Skinner. J.l\ THE death occurred ai St Lucy, yasterday of Mr. Clifford Skinner formerly'member ot the Vestiy of that parish and ulantatlon owner Mr Skinner was one of the old school of plantation owners who maintained the friendliest relations with those who worked around him. He was a successful plantar and aiaa known throughout the isl mil. Hi ad during the years not .1 shujla : .niatnent or impoitant flxtore took p| out hi* heing among the spectators. He was highly respe. v parish and was %  nnr.ii.ei el HM S' Uan \\ ' saw years until advanced years litniie,! big He also served as Sheti IT f'ir the parish at the General Elertlons for many years, and was %  ... %  area. b> reason of his length of service In private life he wai kind, and the number of his friends drawn from tvary walk of life was testimony to th# character he bore He was married and had one son Mr. Luton Skinner. Managei of the molassei sfo* ,• of Mi tiona Ltd.. Hav s -< idow, his son and other • %  ormwtne rataUaaa daBp pn'hv will l>e extended. L.C.W .1.1 odeNMclfl Hold Mtfling To Raiae Puodfl mj privilege to be ; Ututlon and 11,.i I Deaa Irasa tht . "hough he folios II a moat eginnmg towards the oreanisaHon of a L'nliied Ctdrfvan Service, as recommended in the ill-. It g on %  %  sirablq, quite anothsu how it should Inconatltu what should be its fund Then iplenty ol room torebvorgence of opinion on the dbtalla. I • %  hat mere should he agreement on the cswhlch are — UM deads also with di*~ The (ivtl Service Asso111 Barbados pressed for the IncIUM m of H %  fum ttong of inmiiwloo. and Section U gftag. follow the Thni.. %  oa ihi %  uhoTt. n Will lie not >n 9 (1 I '.'• appointments In the Governor's pngrer t" make although Section %  %  n ..... <%  Bents, ESCAPED CONVICT CAPTURED poa>T-iF-si v m S*ywell (inrdon, escaped convict hrem Carrara was captureo* at 1 pm today under a houe it t barventUIe. two mllas hrotn Portuf-Spain. where he %  woman's houeg to hen for foc>d. but was refused Hungrv. %  m ind unwashed. Gordon was very much at ease, at the dance. R HMMorn IN TMf i>\Risn of st Joaaph iuu and Prlian n K.M.I vfciah • 1 1 %  H l^ PrOstSaV MR 1 A Mat ro n i' of Oisln.T \ Enid Pai r. niiit] of \ i"! i%  %  K Aei on An, He fried hei tfg. • • i %  I one motif hard labour S tVMMt urns %  % %  iking on the Goodlarkl h niuu ephing smd; f> Ihank m Weather h. %  %  Gentleojen, 1 wan ;iu Vestry. Hii Vcstr> is .MI aiuienl instill han inaged the affairs ol UM IHIIINII ill.. 1. ntly and iffei •... \j hi mans 1 :,: "' f %  DtSaVaaaj 1,. 1 ,. ,1 .mi very anxious to ie.un and h follow 111 the fOOtSgan ..f im predecessors who have given their 11 thought foi lha good cork of the Vestry and for the I M "f trailing* 1 have really eoa 1 lha Ume I can a the lateeael ol lha pen ., 1. p m any w I can in UMJ altar lha affairof the human %  •Lidy .Nelson M Vrrives Here .1 arrived Ing ft >m %  %  %  Mead of one at Roseau pa 1 sport %  • %  %  \ %  left foi 1 I %  .. ugh wuu ami ahanaa while rt* No vuaion were allowi rHK get off until the n, near normal apun The %  irga her oarga urrd v %  Ughtan .ink aloneddt .hip in Itoseau aarbaur, 1 he Mid. A h .me with tnd when the Hi aara not] Hiiiiga •wn last alghl fio itnti-h Quiana la st Vincent Oranada and • 1 ABOUT THE BRITISH COLONIB8 The Mknortaace d aa aping in to snsaaanai r i/e* ,s SJO ,!.>ii(-; pnu -.11' I thenrsi I ucsdav in Manrh, |unc. September and nevsaagssr lo 111 ,1 The bat rnaaVand recognised aui wal sub anas tsayaaj the wide \rep hi.h I %  Lo4ti O'.; ( VThtn tk* Crfld' Vance OeTthpmmt 1'i 4/n*nH0sjgsa MaJnuf.'/ tk* ('. %  /.-•SHW fwpci// Gaaaalsi / VravnaprTi m ik. Wanning 11 the S I >r /-IJI THE %££&?. TIMES REVIEW 01 TI1F BRITISH ( OLONIES 1 gaaansa IWUK laataaiHg 14 agnsji rsi. 1 to lie tth .. t mat plaea their time and taanM I "f the inunitv. I shall do lime goes on. to take %  lrg. Km ANuikWillKi. Ill It'll... \. \! Muiilli IHIH I -or-SPAIN Anil .11 Mi Kenneth Vblacsi casting Ach Isei lo Ti mi I 1 '1 Oulai l*ited to leave foe i areond II 0 Thi. will be his '11-' offti lai rsaH lo tfte i-lnnd. li wa 1 it wattle t .ill h.ild dasvupnloiis with Colonial Dr 1 %  \v. mg Adviser of Jamaica. %  % %  the G '. ! No Deletion (1) that the Commiasion I (4) fei valla for tomTbe Cenlial Con l>e an impartial body, and; of trie Barbados Police and Plre {!) that it mnat inspire the Brigade A BBclatkM are dsgajoiii confidence of Uie public that thiv -ut>->riiOn "ho ' and of the Service as a deletl whole after kaerauon The Bill win • instances, and bearing Honournhlr Conned to-day i mind that the Police rOrce n baaed broadly on the Blnga pUnad nittee. category o! itu own and governed lovialons of a special Police Act, wa onabn • to their request U lit Whlthn Council agreed that the prinnple behind Ihe provision was sound but con%  %  %  %  lo, and vi^ I both Section 13 11) and (2) Executive Committee t'nk the i" nieinb're above the slightest Buapicion of partiality, decld.d to keep Ihe two suh-sections ..f tail in the Bill. I haw no other comments on the BUI in detail and I move that it be read a second time. from the Black Rod dug up the •' %  tfsrl 1 %  ;.'* !" .. r r"T"'!. "V" *•''"" I--'" • % %  • • • %  t !" *"" "" %  1 fa pfMUnl "o.k "t U v, •. H IS nOKXHIP M F. A M.anv-hllr I *l* f " Lf „"" %  Z'gZ&SS %  unOB "' 'he *lcnmshi|. C8 and tii. ly for stealing a tarpaulin fiom the Eaatwave % %  < i-paid foithu-.th and 111 default three month*" %  C| 1 Map'.-, and Hai 1 %  t wnarf ft %  si NilM quolihj is alwous uniform BgKI IM torn i;n Imuin. I aah Ml UM II..I rtvsfcrear) mi lt. l null) | ol latp ri sai n i aaad sfaaMtmb ass r\. <\ on. M IM un.roiii f[ lu • %  s.iisat lag panghnj tMbJagl KLIM add\ *br1tfeNisnl Is CShg d..htt KLIM 11 rasnM>ae lor infaat fgisf KLIMii %  ( %  is tfca tf(.\a\\ypntk*4 11KLIM ii sragocrg aadrr ilrtchiit saatrsl mo of walah presslon today 1 S rC.fi WFKilllM, %  Sept •1 1 1 . (ii innum i/f i'l-Kllie.' lot lav The riOl 1 weight of an egg in S mmreit IS ilian Killed In Idad Krfiilrrv Fin* A lire in UM pumphouelieved to hav n pump ...... %  ident Is bein? mvg I %  1 ypri iAt ihe fiiM dgn of t.lititv. luck raw ftsnnnOi one -fcr the oihrr A* I hey .li-sohr, ihcir antacid ingredient* are ..arrwd hy wasr grig •trsighi ro where they're needed in four •lomach. njbn -f'ci inssU need MM may ""' %  ". "* ya tarry a lew Krnn they're trapped *epistcly like swsets> in your pi-iet or lundhsg. If they don't Bring vou ir\tvt. k'< titrr v'.i your doctor, (rft KTI.I • *i *•< ihenusl fc. DIGESTIF ___ PENNIES CLOSIIIC FOB STOCK TAKING Wa be( to notify our customers tht w? ulll be oloaed for our mnnual ntoolt takinf Mondi.y and Tuday and Hedneeday. Sept. 3 tj Sept. 5. A. BARNES ft CO. LTD. LISTEN TO THIS IF VIM cAjm '•* %  I i aassJPIL # o.xyi t:n BEFBi. it i M in t HI \ 1. II iin i HI: ,v#iir III AICI AIII LR IS IIEIJ* VOI' overconuyour JuaisHg dilfli ullies Ue IVffJI ctmrl your hearing Ions and lil you with Hie exacl lype of llfcAKI.M. AMI Basal Mud H l.i wur individual need. ( OMI'I.I TI. WITH HATTKKifS and no heavier to enrrv lhan a ciKiirelle ffMgh (•iiirntperi hy Ihe Makers afrfsssl defect in m.innf.n lure. Tel and Ihnionsfrntion niiirie WlloMllll olilti;.il Ii .1 !.!"• for \ |i| I 'i



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PACK FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOC VTE WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER S. 1*51 BARJUDOSfirpAmOOATE 1 f— -1 %  HULL.. \\rilne>ita\ Se|ileillhei %  VII IIVVIIOVll IMHKM 4 ltl|>. i 'OMI'I ISOIli IVMIIAMI • on Friday la*t pointed oul 'had been oompulMT) Third Party Inaur ance in this Island 11 ernrni %  pproach the Lrajielature U i vide companaBUon (or two childi in when their mother had been kill. It further pointed OUt thai even i( there had been no compulto ment vehicles should have tarried adequate covcragi .i;ninv; himaa tipe-i. artie' the wrong, Hne in both. He characti the %  %  i I the (luveinrnprii ihould compensate %  thia Inosr ihinkinq which irreparable harm In any community If t la good 1 be compul put vehicles en the roads ihould I position In offi r I'"' •',. Il ll lallaci in i a injured peraon has been reaponatbt nr contributed to. hia own miarocnu i turance of tha vehiola involved will not help und it is equally atupid to say that compulsory insurance will mcrea e the rates. Compulsory Ini an the htet thai it linn; %  i nurnbai ol units for Insurai ipread tha iM\ at •! widei area and % %  tendi to reduce the rates People in Barbadoa DOW hesitate tO insure baCMHa "I tha high rates. It miuhi Intereal our correepondenl to know that the Governrnenl hai under v. % %  consideration a B1U to maJ i vtrion lot a system ol compuiaory [nsurance and is awaiting the tarifl ratal from the United Kingdom. j Fusiliers Win I2.1m.p.h. Bailie Wild Hurricane i I MI: i BOW ALLAN UM hM Baae* %  -!> %  l miI ..nd..n International patrol Can ( -I i.ilwri; Park, i nan i itaa I nirdni Hun Bj heBi pfca and luuin m ciriie con*uui <>i \mtM,. High CsaeaaJ loaaSa ftum MUty 4t rounlrtev all MM the world. Bate Sasaki in.in i \\, rmiiitl Ika livltl kitihrn. i BJPKCS8 SI OUTS SPEAK TO IIII I It RELATIVES WAHMX.S IT is usalaai expending hug* nimi ol money and organism communication |o warn people when luir ricanea are appi %  in the Caj Ik lean pla who arc to be for fl to tha mi i CBM ol the disturbed elements. On Saturda) 11 era I %  hurricane '.v i in"', li about In tha Cai In fact it paaaad Barbadoa sometime between 1 a.m. and 3 a in.* on Sunday. One jfesainahip captain al tha pracaution to taki almoal unaware that there waa thl i danger In U %  It is true U warn people m Boms areas but it | log had been i men could have beached their boat! and Mved than from destruction, it waa fortunate that the majority Ol them by mere intuition did ItOl put to s< m\, do mi Sunday mornings. There is a LaUadous belief that a pub lished warning that there i-%  inn %  the area might alarm people and that it is no use to cauea ins* la better to alarm the few than to allow the many to be caught unawares and to suffer unnecessary damage. Thenis nothing which can he done to itave off the hurricane but the N the elaborate and expensive .system of storm warninga is to let people la fore it d i pproacl in R I announced from Puerto B In lay 1 %  mother, the fifth h iboul 1,100 ml 'ward or north Wi I er hnd hit Jamaica It IS : i> upon us or has pa -known %  it directly In il I %  i %  i i %  %  %  %  i % %  %  %  %  i %  i %  %  % %  1 1 %  %  %  Lord I told in.fl %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  week in 1 %  .ill. IllltI I LAK-I! ROW then %  %  : %  %  ... %  %  park, it plopped %  thrilled i U lull lien hud Hawaiian's I . . %  1 U hid With llBritish .; la cere. i i MII loos poles and %  %  %  i a (.-il Rot %  i Boouti %  %  %  I n. i. Id %  %  i outh, but That calls tor %  T and the >. • %  itto r from % % %  11 %  %  %  %  %  %  here the %  %  Scouts, said i %  r • I ... i u kmdahlpa all Iheli live* : %  wish <>f happy camping, hupp %  %  %  i %  i up then n i and many %  % %  • Then ihe fl ab< ut the tree-el id* i perk which overlooks tin* lung, haay reej Londt n. ng onv o To iiivi Incut iduaUty, the i Ued respond with then I tech talna i of the Nortl West ubIhe nap and trance bw un arch gaily pah,!i arith anlmala, with half a i% %  %  nil Its foot Thli iiiic,i viii.ii .*here boyi from ..il ovt i tin i % %  minala ita lada pa [to uf the irot the fadlitta i I MI man %  %  li %  lent bank p photoaraphcr, iwi and real tents, i hospital, ti*'M rj %  i.. %  papa wouldn'l p Arc \: ,1 thU clip n on Thuralaer 1 I one ii wind up Uv .; mp mi Friday nutht. August St. NH will IM watche' all i I Ami on Septen In .i cto >.i ouU a ii t"" ^ ... be. Bt • .\ %  • M nnii expert nee* in Austru at the rath* .mi Un* fun thej an •: %  1 : camp, the. ahi til I havi talk about. OM LfS %  € "hanging Empire Nil 1> \M> ID1 VI ill UM HKIII-II ll'li I b) Sir i raeal B ar, CsMbridce Date. Preei i wed b) B. %  | iMimn %  %  1 %  %  %  'i ol Hi it %  I %  %  %  J tinds as ( .lure of %  \) rolve ait ntereetlns Ion of the a subject ,u. %  iboul "i rai gnl i luridly. I '' % %  %  %  ; i;vnl. from I ."1 All %  nnit the ksminion -uni^'. Bli now left ^i> a link betw I tnmonweeHh He ll that there LI not in a nee ** Grown, imi %  tf thi i DU ( w b ethet %  %  %  %  rouris. is hat i' un at i.i. :. %  %  -!. ndnuj trenUon about iinature at i uiven timi'" This, to ttU people, would -.-'Tii to evade the But i. BUT* thallenite II 04 Importance to the development of polities] theorie aboul the aolonlea hi discussion on the Urltich ntlitude to fedrraUort, SuKgcsttons are eurreatlj an "I npcrial I'.n lia1'icnt" or son >i t d rederal structure for the Conn %  nut in contrast to the Free h tha ..ii".it foi %  tuent p its n • v. | ih part through Its own .: %  I I as I African net %  h .i %  : i to lion • A Sir Ernest • %  . m'haig to alter thu lr IAMBS COOPBR aUNQSTON, Jamaica. IN in. ihe hurrleaaa Ike ut Battalion gwvjraj rTakh Fuailian %  taljeaaad at KaaajBaea arete paesjanl) BeeeseaasVeBX Some eff has Sflfl N.itmoal Baielte man mil inakiui; Ihe Ann> I carver winnmrr than that: they were hurnt-d up to a crisp. regimant where there are so many Joneses that they are known by the last two ol their numbers. Jones 1M (say) was fed up with the sticky beat day and night. Join N the girls at the palais In Cardiff. Heavy smoker .1 uToan Swansea. %  • d hawing to pay 2s. 9d. for 20 English. the Naafl because of a regulation that m the local price might start a black Dial Bet And all the J lUBBd in the best Army tradition al the spit and polish and the ...... i, IIUMI Nl< K It was not serious. Mainly homesickness They felt it all the more when they found %  % %  : %  • a : %  : vour for I. and a trick of ending • lence with man. Then tin bun UM -truck. town windows, closed: everything tight Not a soldier, not a wife or child with the Regulars, was; hurt — except a cook who' was blown into his own porridge. Their darkskinned brothers In the Jamaica Bat UtLion, though lower down in the foothills, had their barracks wrecked, one man killed and lix .seriously hurt, because they reckoned the hurricane was not in their path, and possibly did not batten down tightly. Alter that the Fusiliers went into action A platoon moved to the old jail when the wall blew down and began a search for the convicts, some ol thVin murders known by them to bt armed. In the words of Company Sergeant-Major John Macdonalti, from M.-rthyr, who has been in the An., l:i \ ears and won the Military Mrdnl in Burma, il was just like war again, I .ruled like it, too, when the l2om i la a n-hour wind blew-just Uke that "do" Ii Belgium whan Jerrj was ihelling. aid Waa isolated. He and his men Had to hack their way through 19 miles tit blocked ruads. But at the end he was still swinging his cane With UM polished knob, and each man was neat in shorts and blue-grey stockings, with brass gleaming. Despatch riders tha War Office calls them w, but the Commanding Officer. Lieut-Colonel H. J. Johnson, D.S.O. M.C.. still uses the pre war I)on-Rs—fought their way through to isolated villages with news that food and shelter were coming. Just like liberating a town in the old days. The Ki. ig with just one oil drum and then aCfOUOging as only British uldiera can, lugged 60.000 gallons of water once on a gun-carnage when the old thiee-tonner would not go through. GAV1 UP TENTS They ran Held kitchens, opened clothing e up their rations and even their tents to the homeless. Some of the troops became mayors of tenttowns until the Jamaicans learned what Uons has to say about the il camp life. All the time the Fusiliers kept up their spit-and-polish parade ground neatness and discipline — and found that it had its reason It kept up morale und made sure that the Jamaicans did their share of the work. Governor Sir Hugh Foot praises the troops. md Government leader William Alexander lit: •lover, lays : "They %  U an b u i" aim 'The British soldier ir. when he is doing a job the' have a Httling phras* for it "Darn .her dere did a |wandaiul fob obar d nan." I, Bill CHAINS Fur I if • %  > i PurptMf • • GALVANISED IS"; .(/16"; 14" '." IRON Mi" BRASS CHROMIUM CHANDKI.IKR All Cut li. Kri|iiired LciiKlhs — ALSO — IMHi 1'i.Hii, s in Bartado* %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  itfek tn rei 4 %  whatever %  %  1 i %  people oead pi ft What in thi re to IKgained by political %  %  Wi %  i dlan poliuca? I UM %  neral political structure great l v weal \.%  • the gains which %  labour, liable to %  .-i.it con%  %  In i ... Il must K aatahllah %  iMnir. to on no in attain i i rrfwtiod f trial an I :* making %  the shana) lion. .'toni.nk* %  : %  %  %  but some fertile mlmls in Barbados cup* system or %  n its arclii:'! be given to lay th ni properly, %  I rrnmrnl ha-i ever been %  : In this world in five that disturb"* us %  II-: thern%  %  un ruler%  %  DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 n^iSviir* IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White antj Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. B4 COIT4 b CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ttet Quati*< wn THK.SK i J 4 C R BREAD & CAKES %  InH.sl K.L..I in AC lsiai.il I Pho„c GODDARD'S-w. ociv., | I



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\we\i-i.\N -i i'ii MUM: BARB Mill-. \|I\I>1 Ml F\H MM Council Pass Pioneer Industries Bill From pa** 1 %  The Few Paaata First. %  %  It prubi> 01 i apt) and pioneer Industry specified If) with affect from sum Kid that !.. -us might Ml short TM %  n.s in which to work mental .nied tt> knojv if the ntglifibM B :..rv emdd Is no lonitrr ine raw and n hiin on Ihc nwllrr Ihe 11 mi Me law < •Wiii.d "-..Trial? U it Ihc bill a Ul the Jamaica hill. Ii liaJtad m ivuti hut had paaaed. Now tl look U i the oi*lPOSTPONE RESOLUTIO \ TO/? C4ff PURCHASE AFTER i debate laatii one haai ml 73 mlnutei MI ,.i ii... A no tui thei than reporting tier, Mr. D. D. Garner (C) moved that prograei be repor te d and his motiun was carried by the majority vote of twelve to two, Mr. Adams. Leader of the House. In sevund.: ':.m. said that he did so in order to maki ther inquiries Mr. \*Mtm* ii.i aajd thai inthat lhe> would He u the i idei II ihc lo later In II lUtlblr r. C. Hn'MI M* DO any daUor Si.auo. Mr. Mm n I .* oral la that the M Oovei run had been mt Hero made at bxal tlrin* ol tnan $6.111111 what would lie DM price of %  m id doa suitable car. He pointed out thai "< ,, conditions had chaniied since Ihej TV,* !" t "•" %  *•> the figures and motor Mr. %  The addendum of the i %  pointed out the way how ported, Qoverrirnei • the Bfurea iiyinj an car which wa i enough and could be bougr Mr %  ay—i ( %  ) aald thit he wai i HM i in agreement wild the CJuvernoi hl havtaa ftecar, but the H ndertag whether any piontoM that the pn^enl (lovemmont M -in the Wcmtvof the """'>' wanlh I £7dSa£ uorTwould hi Sf* %  • ""' !,, ,, -non he Mid was water m A rait> lam 'he fiscal survey Is made In anc'Zz **•'<. w WA > | c „ : s „„.„, n ... ..,..,.i :v S Insulted thniMr. Arf.m. chupcr to lift the ttl U KM lituiiKntRl II,.,-. ti,,,,. St. An.ircvi was (Ohl mail III „,,„„,.,, ,.„ %  VM r.mlndirn him that what 111. |p ii,.-ll„„ 1, Ih. IW ... ,„ r,v, A %  • „„h, ..ul,l b, made until the tlK-nl .„,. would be neat. % %  %  %  , encouraging m %  'he Bntahed Mr. Hayaea said thai hli polnl Tr „. |t was ti HOO or .1 !• $78,000. the resolution should be same as lh> duead t* nie Hon*ble me Colonial Socre%  %  of mis Bill in t rrom Income l all".' hvo against from thr markets %  \y small "ild like to see ; "" !; ... woear supply h. r %  I. v thl — offerlni %  • been dri I (Bncoui ai i pi. --%  i. %  I ns which wire contained from the I felt that without then Had Roads Threaten St. Andre* Parish U in >v I,I rSON .it yeeterday'i n < %  uni '.,l.', %  ., di plot : .uns which 1 I.lion hie Colonial Secretary protnl thai lie wou d Traneporl end the B: %  • % %  I HOB hlr Mr HwalM i to the IlKiue a ndi .... Boll iimi will be k • t evci Ihri %  %  hapiH-ning. ll i • %  i ah thi In an < B • nave what can ii" K i hia.non aid l tn.nk thank % %  .. II-1 "bhl Mi me notice incU to-oa> ..i I . rteo on |hc situation III SI Andrew due to ttn >mthinc. The IV N dUraj w IT.KCI. nothuu: iiv the anndk Baa PM nmaj %  %  .. •Iwsfasacpa tuppl fORft'.'' MtCMITO TftKC BJQ2 .IZB I-i *i %0* SHERLOCK HOLMES SIIMUII vmnn > .... %  %  ...... • .! . Cllllllllt ll %  if the St. Alii:" to floods and land %  .: G who i % %  i rnmeni should lilt] "' < \vrullng the King %  i. in St. Simon*: %  n through the Vail i Carl from th.-utit v. t This he put %  I in trie even) %  I inp iriah uuuUi changed the resolution whi passed by the majority of the House, and In us much l it wai he tall thai the House should have the powei I don i II beei %  r 'hut . m in the fon 1 do BOt propose to i.nnmen". on the OHM which an i succinct!) i .. add that, whtli the K %  LI la eoni ,:!.:',:. ,, ,:, .;"„!;,v„„ -ss: c •l.,:„ from lh.it"*• Seion of th, ample ..f htm ,asv n || f or the divide and rule. "Down tliiough the .wars whenever the Colonial OlTVi h 8 %  Not only h. „„ „ |V Mt '\, HBl la'J I i" .ll|,|' I.. r ..H 1 .V. ... god Hon ntd %  %  %  hfa .. mud and water wnJ •,. % %  verj -iii'j''' • %  %  v. %  ,. 1 think it deplot %  ,, r mvone t.. live in Barbado in '' %  iteful ConeervatlTa iTitefeiti % %  led tins cotiotn f"i I . re change > to provide it To-day, when i about it i i %  %  i %  co us str/i l •aid % %  willing to do ,. i -,. ,| | He 11 ol trUi Mi n ti In ordoi hi i imq lh< ill Las) Fl .... ravoui % %  . . .,„. Ind up v .rj long, I ihit'tho %  onunistrotion in the nope that. Arimlnlati .1 MI MM I hi t *euld 'he occasion arise he will :. %  %  few months a| '";' ,' 'i L,'\ ., noi be complete!) unmindful i Ihe policies ..f in. Oovernniei %  1 Ii Hon'ble Mi Hutaon has ikon me altuaUc i % %  tei to ttn ] etiee of hunt m.ilil. MI i the awneral pubUi Itw lion Mr t Maodal iaeraewi :.a;d | Id I .iteful lO j he Hon'ble Mr Hutaon fot bring t.i lll> %  id I would nut1.1 •ere tiled i*.,, t-. clash with those Inten it Adam. ed notion—should b proper ouv ., without thr %  two Audi I %  : that matter Mr had which wa ... not thi n then. said that the (louse Mn'eover. It is an op l token reaolutlorl l li "" ,nr '"lasion of Hie list Hi i:ie, uon thi i iu pu tional v rials in the colon} opei %  %  'hi" : s-"lS bout in yi d that was when tnc Labour Party at thi pot %  WO • i "'' %  I Hon'ble M< H I—If they wanl -aid have Vj-yjfoj He told of ho I'le" men! ha not M 1 ii rw muiiit we ft, ^ ( development I %  tloahlr l)r. A. s. dale it was agree, i I • — — live thai __ ,_ •.. I he-'(af unless KMi of the lull t.. whh h i %  to know made by which the tern %  majority in the House. Tin M n It.%  i St. Government got ;. major. CftrsetWDi fahle that at th ~late in thl eciiistmitu | nt of tl %  i ... lot Of High.. %  %  m that ..uly two threi wool %  the Coum II to deal wlui a I.KOIUUOII for fun lha Director ol Hlghwaj i p d lionu .. bridge work in Andre* even i i i %  I. olutlon at thai llnv %  I %  %  I upon ns : 1 but I. I -" said th.it the I I ancd. < Iriiniii -rlain He said thai Govern the lower brai %  rltlng increases in thei eorr it of living %  ibber-etamp this saddling with tin pli ,. %  the Dritii rncfuurate with Ihe %  t and th He %  'I""' 1 l m c i' Colaaaal i oats i ..IT I.a I ,. tmenl with ti" uon oi the colom it tin .... %  %  state ocboth the '" a,1.. Ltd.— ObtaflwHtt. ,. i HM %  I \ Boaestron Ho had been to* outside U c nn ii IQ amend %  %  would throw out tin %  %  ; %  • u ll'bie \ i Oak bill wa %  "rulSS glad lo % %  ii IVrhaps aon might hi COUNCIL HOUSE %  %  %  I %  II <.<>• I.I (ji*ir in* sum or ISO00 it *I-JdlipoUl i,1 'ii,. ( % %  .'.. I,. itrr •.. -L-oplnncnl .-' Frl I. Curmii. --TV r*timl .. 31. ih*h form 1h chlllnolul.oru l< IBI ol Uw Oov'tt'ir M ran i I .pplr-mmli II. wloch linn Ih* • an lo pta* %  %  'If WhKl. -,.., that it was pas gsll laOtuhO an A. i w -WOIUM* l.ibhsh PHI %  1 %  %  4 Of th. %  who Is of tH.500. N.w .u*n*rat. York Clly itself With a ns a Stay ins fWld like this R*tM>ltilmn to pl.ii %  ',!-. "I ih* SUPOMI ol • M rrawfoni said that hi —!T.^i !" 'his resolutio%  • .hewn m UM st.ppi.M. i rlmlnal waste ol ,h Only last week, he said %  %  i Furnishing Fabrics by LIBERTY A new nd I <.f the mOSt rial. Th'Dank I tea of rruaUty see thl l"V< rj I to Ml. ASml.i'l Tli^ < %  %  I". Aii.i-Uilni.i.t. Nil 7 OrtSM I .!!• nlvinw f< II.*v m.'.rof a I i.r Or br . '.mi day ol Auiuil mi %  %  %  %  %  I.vifl rrtor. in I IBM—SI N., H Srhnlitl* I" 'oRaaotaS %  I amend Oi* old Ai. Thr llmiw p.-sa Iii Ih* prot*na, ol mil IS •"* : AH, ItU %  he l^boul IM-pail i %  ,. i t., ires Ii tea f a PublW S*rvc*. nialtvli liKid*nlal rt"f.d HM HSapSaatsal -'. Act. IBIS. jnn-1 In* 1 ii^"..ii*t.|ili Hmiih rilm.i Ad ISJ5 A Bolullon K. applovthana* bv maMlWs of a parrrl ol land mituaWd In parrel "I land ih* piupent .. M.< %  A H~l.itli.Ti Ii. % %  art '-!••> No puitfiry a*" I HII.K IKtl i ui*. in ATEH II. M in VII' h\H.iiis IHIII. SHHII:S v *,.>,*,*,*,.v*,*,*,*,0'..^v^^



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NX l:.\KR.WM>K \DVO< \TE WF.M4ESDAY. s PTKMKI K BY CARL ANDERSON Mr MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY /( W-ATSTHE ~0 SET NO. OUT OP --09E IB'-CENTURY. Ci.OTA\u3 STOCE W.TJOL-T STAltTN' A e or 7 BLONDIt BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER ---ktC TMf OOMtBS COT THE COD iwr wet UP a* B*VBOL. *PE BSKNG OIT TO OUJK) UP IACY CP&X IN THIS PM?T C* Tt CDUHTC BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES r HE PHANTOM BY ALEX RAYMOND PENTALUX GLOSS FINISH PAINT FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USE ^NTALUX GLOSS FINISH •'ui. rro"' SUPPLIED IN A WIDE & ATTRACTIVE RANGE OF COLOURS Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young li 24 tain u httdr —C*—— % %  imp"'blood. HlTVH li*iirT I* !— — %  — t — LMMM #. I-Oli"T •%  — Hi, .* —W| %  itf'riunu ft4 %  W-*1B nkiM >icour lo t*"-• n*t ft MrN AMI* Ml A* iiw'i % %  ' tea M*n pro4 bf tkouMnda in A"'" %  ltd liiUw.dMHbatad by che-t— *-*KBdr %  fOtrUtOT of aall. Vi-Tabs st*"" %  ""'•" <-.::::'x •X THE VEKY BEST !N PAINT %  %  AI.VAIII i: AT ALL I I MMM. ii Aitikii mi sroiu.s FOR THAT I PAIX I s.lN THE HECK SACROOL TflB WONDERFl'L MMM FOR Mm § On Sale at KNlfihTSDRMISTORLS ~IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW Tins VIM CLEANSER 24 2"i Tins CON. MILK Tins VIENNA SAUSAGES (4 oz.) 38 M Tins KOO PEARS Tins NESCAFE (4oz.) 91 M Tins LOBSTER USUALLY NOW 33 : 71 M 69 * D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Bl*H VUSU fO li-CIJ /lr# taiatory Hfttn Stake tome Harpic into the bowl kwfa owM^n flush. ItCd Marpu's* thorough action fleam, dMnfacu ind del hole em n*n wktre no tu\h • llarpic' is sate t>> IIW in all Imal"rics, including ihirse CfJBI .-Hid tit nyifc Unki. THE SAFI LAVATORY CLEANSER y^MALT VINEGAR | Try rVe V Its Brewed from Malted Barley NOW! Dental Science ReveaU HOOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATINO IS THE SAFE, EFFFCIIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream am" 1 >EE THAT YOU GETROSSE & LACKWELL f.fNUIHF MALI VINLGAR T. Geddi Can) Ltd M. (MOWM BY i-iiiiliuvK Far toathrr at vrvru ralanr— l( clean*. prescr\cs and how it DOthlm! All jour rciailcr for Propcrt's. QVER7"J Nothing el^c ll quite the MUM* W.u.h the difTercnce it nukes to vour shoes? PROPERrS %  H 41 I i R R .% >l Stamina, strength and appearance—all outstanding'* — soy MtHortstt and T r re Supphen thkt. fV W*l rubtvr ii Wider, Ibilcr irt..! %  QMgatt. man ihmkam |Hp — ro.i The iirprowd Allifc ItanJiooie hunrcwJ .h T "? d— idlh ptwM* pio>(*r nop* —mini *". "d m*k( rmj direction of >ornerin| nesdtrr *jd ihroufhoni ihe iht> jrow've ever i>ft't taiffcf life known INSIST ON GOOOTEA* ItWI 7(7 C


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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1M1 RAIIIIADOS lliVimri CLASSIFIED ADS. JTSSSUCgSSKS Bad Road* Oar Purchase ————— s rssJSS "srssJBW?' -~*~ rlimiltn Resolution ££, are !" *ALK — —— o. . n P \l.l -HIV UD lo :u -M NH l^r 4 for ,. h M ,M Sw. %  JdiUtitfl .OKI T.rtr* l ftuHM UN u^. %  ef-T\• J. — MM KEAL ESTaTfc VOTUF St. Andrew Postponed DIM) AUTOMOTITE I i In .1. V t iiii,i D IS.'I at her if H u n *. Qiim VKUKI R<-.d Bi>* Hal.. II MkMti Mildred Rtidota Rrid Hrr f u i.ar*l J-.v in* above rrf On VpumMl tth ISM. H nn reii>nre RoS T t* Tnantry "it Mrfha*! Uy Yard* Hit (.-*r.t IMVM lh* above reaiaVnc* at M l> at tadav fur St Barnabas Cnurrh D*..*!*,.. Crlr. mil* and Ir.i V.rde Dapi-i.e St llm Anita Uorr> —J <;."ili' • King 'Ctldf*n llSI-ln .JIOCK HALX CT-AMTATION. I %  >* pad | %  %  | mWi am l" i Millm %  Ralph A _,_, "-U far th* */ood.n bt.il.im* uaaj a< .', ,, %  mo*-, -rfct .1 the •IMMIW I I %  F.t-ad—. •era***. M_a.,l "" %  Th t..ii.iifif ,< a twt CAB -On* sood candi r..i>'7. r.L h. affa. D out >** m auu^tof n tw* rood* Una at Military Road. B.-h iia.i. MWbaol Inapac U a., on application 1 .n*a %  i %  %  MM aloneii„. .at a lldla*; %  .. aaj t Hi SKBBI try Ci*ik St Andre* 4 t ll-JB Saloon lormern I Cr,ela*i Oarage M Apply to Hw 4 • •!—3f n*ur* M t— II rn nnhpr pa> Mfel .!> lo HVTOI04 TIIANKS litllll TH* • ". 111f.io.lls DM IhTOUgn %  ut return lhanki lu all IMH kiiHl Iriend* who ariit cabin. wr*alhi. kpn*r. card* of ro f wlOaan-t*, Of in ar> <• ay fiprrarl IhMr .•impalh. I. o„i MM brrrawi>,fi.t iruouafl tM death of Vvonn* Ovid* GOVEB.NME.M NOl'llES CAR-On* rhrjal*r Rn .1 Car In ftnl rtaa. ord*r .iu mnk* an MMtaM I T... Appif Harold Weal hrr r.rad t v Drvxr Uralh**h*od l.tmlird 4 I 51— t I a CAB On* VaLMbal! IB r|n„, p^l, lOMSaOaa, Uk, MW. rtvona Mil. |. H, Itinrh or <• Cjrtl Stoat* Public Official Sale To* P-....I ktaraaar. *rt IM4 .1t^i |m <*n Td*vl*r II.* lllh day <.l "Vpia* 'ia,p. |M1. at lh* hour l 1 ckxrk I i"' of* !" .,-,!, .ill b* *okl pi rn* unV | M IM hih**l IwMrr tor an* •urn B "'"*ar Hi* apairwad >il„* 1 All thai .•MB. I pir,, „l ta>id Out CAR—ImmadUl* d*Uv*rv cvcuodltioi foul ltrln-1 Nrai-al .-ff*t |l.nm Hrr Hiln fca w te n Coi1a*. Manor Card' 31" 3 II Tho uno>*>Un*d will oiror for *j|* pUUK .omprtlliun M IhMr Offlt*. IT Ilia. Hr*-a %  rldi.town. on KI((U M ,...,, ,-., b. i-.u-raitoJ.TII lani' coniainiag by •dmauum nBlt t,ajjf %  rMlb of lh* *.utr of nc Mar wjuarr npat or UiarhMbouta, Ntual* at %  '•'•'"'" d*c(pai*d' bi/> —>— M ali Chamtxn. and on the %  %  *V -BaTllU* Wh„h „t, I rjHMM %  Pin i ui -unpiv "TMiul labuur waste.1. Tfip Ml JpplH> k. ttMVT*! I hep*, thai if any work L • nt to bm dona ln si Andn-w a amount of tima to rarr* ,u; ' Rites of Commission far the latntt and Redemption of l*Tirrency Notes Section 1 (11 (b) of the Currency Aet. 1950 ATTENTION is drawn to the Defenca (Control of Drug and Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1951. No. 15 which Will be published in the Omcial Garetlv of Monday. 3rd September. 1951. ISSUE— Sevan-six lean tha per centum. REDEMPTION— One-half JKT centum. And in addition the cpH of "> leleitnims itfal by the Board or by the Crown Agents in connection Ihi'U-with. L. SPENCE, Executive Commissioner, British Curlbbeufl Currency Board 1st September. 1951 3 9 51—2n Th* fu;iow ui*. i-jr in aaasaatn dllMn i DodS* dial,,., Sedan .Jii* •abac.liit*i< A-l. a,C0 m. Vt Mvv.in II hj. I .TOO 00. IS** || I.TflOUO. 1PM-47 HUluian I,MS pp. Frofoct TW ut Coir J. Co Ltd. I Piobyn SI OH* JO %  ^ imh AoaasM n*ii*%i;i*. si MSMUM In.prcUon b> >ppoi>un*>i with Mr. I. L Topptn. Mb Avenua. Dial IT3S Tor furthar partK-ulara and condition Of .al* apply lo — I'OTTLE, CATFOBD CO %  a I —" Mtn ixhaU Th utdc-iiinrfl will ufl*r for ulr at llman IpuMK compollthpn at Ihrir adjaa. No. Ford | 17 lllil, Hi fa H BrldKclown. on FrldaT. lav A thr Tth da. of S*f>Unibai. 1MI, al f .. P-nblK Moad, % %  >•*•• Road Brnl*t,.. i, tnartli*i ant: *. Dw.lliim It,,,-.. Utiildinga. A.'. . apprai*d lo FOt'l HKH'SAND SKillT IIUNIlhll) DO: l.Ah* IHMNI Allarh*,) (ton, A It Muaaaj A s al „. IKN or* A TTr-r* < %  ( W A John*.., >*pc**aad, tor ana toart %  .ti.fi.., *' ~U hu %  br paNl un d<> T HttADITY.* Provo.1 Mai-lai land* and by ELECTKICAL • snr, adm*aaur*] __ Hi'-....I, i.L. OBtri*ATO 0,v DC U*.K-.ali. '•Hrr NO Vona li, rVftorl Woe km audition PTICB roaaonabl* Apply t S Cav*. Small Hupc HI Join. aTONIT L'KE rtlRNITlTRK Ot larg* pa^ POULTKY m*nl (UI aquar* to< I khd th* oal-billldl on tha g*a. at llaauiuii. Chrlal Church, j i : M.I.I Royal U>ip*t-lu>" ai„ day *>c*pl *iiT*frf bttwacn tha hours of 11 noon and •' rot furlhar parMcuUn. and coadjUont : ,01 ml* applv to COTTLJi. CATFORD a. CO m %vi>i IIKI.P liOl'tf MAID With %  noa.lodg* o l km Appt. Tli* I'alni. CI,*-j.ilU. 4 t :• %  >r> I Th* und*raln*d will ( publlo rompatlllon at tl u. iinh !*,tr*ii. an th. I4tli day of S*pta Offlr*. No Pisaaj Ml. al a .IS Lh.v'K-. hi. Hraj rssnipamrm th* T1IE COTTAOfc 1WT SHOP, .landing ( M)jn qiiar* tort of land, adjoin! n ( llmbiido. Aquatic Club, tofrthrr i tl.. Uoodwill and Aa**t. M th* I n. .-arrl*d ,m undrr %  rad %  Daai i %  i s 51 > MIStKIXANKiH'S WadivTlVESTOCK M'ANICL I-i.nlnj Mm 'liomMfM PI'I'HIISFur abo\r M INSMCTION O*. Manna — da,. and mdaya. bHinn Uia '* and %  p m on appin-atioi TIM fiirthm paillcularv I ft -al*. aa-M to — COTTLJ:. CATFORD Co 31 S M lln AUCTION MISCELLANEOUS Gl*.. WaUr^oloun. Autosraph Shop, adjolnlnr Hold Jiwru. fln* Stlvat brly books, Mapa, at Gornr<|pa Antigua — Yacht Club. n... i tiaal rv. prica T T N FLIJ.KIklnda i",i: I HHl'siiLSNo, ahlpmeni. all l*r Bniahaa includinf latdi** ib*. n-nri nmtlacomba. Tooth Bn iM lM. Dantal flat* Hfuabaa, %  •, I*— Rruihaa. Balh ah-irfhu. Comb Cl*an*r. Manwur* Rruiha*. Powdet Uru.h*.. Floor Scn.ta, Til** Bowl Bruiha*. and many olhen H y CHEJRBMAN . CO LTD Mlddl %  treat, Dwtrtbabjri. Dial 1113 11 iiHMtonal Anil* e\ mitiucHon. r*cciv*d from IhtKina'a aolicllor 1 will Mil by pukluauction on WrdnvMay nut Sib 9pl*mb in 1 p m on th* apol at McClran Land, iMc II v It and B i II with kitrh*n tl-* aakl BHansins) lo UM r.ianof Dr. .-ill* Alberttn* Cart*r. deed D-ARCY A *COTT. Oovprnrnatit Aition**r. It SI -In M '•' %  :i '. I %  -.. ...t I h„ **" ,n i; isjcfan .mo .an assure thu c uncnl that Mr. Me not t x-aucrau-.t the -iiion in hht ivmarks. i am vtn ..,.„! „, |, 0-l nr %  n Ne oaaoiuai Rsssre tai y e w %  %  tin,i-.-iii..iL,,. thai ,. v ,., J ,i, in< which can Uit,.,,,, will L, done. 1 would like t, t btrvsa that ii is • f very great importan. j pmn-n. that laaTMl rtafiRHsj paaa i i ...i niulated and MM just to nn from place in pl.uv ,iiins 1 'II* bll of road. If w„ do not decide on u %  it-finite plan, we would be |ul tlirowmg awa v money ami time r is of grciitiM import U much of this work as ea, wn: be done immedtatcl thegaj are great prospects in the dining reaping season for anothei I. rge crop A.St Andrew .slays HKakV I am afraid there would be no crop, at nil in St. Andrew the m;i]"iilv of Cl fl u in-H'S-ibli' io tfi-t IMIU|hf factory ,ui ( i i %  in'* now. il wonl.i be nfwnpalle ly imposMhlt to i: .-t li M^eiown. I ho|xvnini-thlnR WOuU gone in the MI % ruMr future" %  lbs ii, -il n Of teachers i hej ^ ui i indji, Hl'icationHl fltandard 0 island. Mr Ujlratl il) -ant as long as -ixreed with the pnncipep of the lesulution wlien the mat a loken resolution >r time ago they POUafl Uaan KVepI th' sawtutton Me r.-li ih;t laaTJ iiouiii then atria; „ei> ; .ti mount of m me\ Involi ut on the principle of the raWH gflfaal %  0 Bnd ihe axpanai ( the Ear to tin. Qovai %  %  ': think thai the .-vt QovtBrrm r goinsj to t.>k ton I Mr. Garnet %  1 rogreas be lafaaT l atl SHIPPING NOTICES HARRlSOiN LLNE l.ITWMXIi FR4-M llll I Mini RISC.fMlM ^ I .. S a HOI Al; S SCI FiTOR" M rHiHMMAN London B imil ,\ 30th Aug M-h Sept early Sept Mid. Sept 1H)VF\\ \RD TOR THt I SITED KINGDOM IVsafl For Ci'oiva in %  trhfldn. • s STl DIN! ^s AfiVISER Liverpool i.,.:t.t-',: %  tth S?LI i n 1 liiinintjtitin ipplt to . DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—Aft** Cunudtun Natinnal SteumshipH WAN'TCU IO in Iron haikuaadt Springs. OM> Coun-hn lr*t-m-> OIM*<* Mirror Pumn. (IIKRHDH, -*.. Machln*1 I itrr*t Dial apaa Ha4JB0UR LOG In Carlisle Bay IMl iSIVIOUi IORRT, W* >r* iiiitiurled by th* hiauran>* As*nt> lo aoll bv Annum thu vphitl* whlt-h haa b***> Oin-ased In an accident Sa>* al Couruny Oaiar* on Friday 7th SWpl at lpm JOHN M BIADON • Cn riaul.lv,, DR. Hth Roaaran*. S*n I ,,.-ul*> Marion Brll* Wolf*. M V Daorw. ...... i.. no,. UMMrT MAJOR' Con. II. k— .ii.M.iuttiy Kieid st* i n.inirw.nk From a tow pack** or I'MMBT MAJ..II voa can caraitruM Hwihn. Htoras*, FlsHiri-i Shvlvine. Troll*yi. Frunwa for L.bi UiiiMinm acaaotdlna and *.•'- llSSful aquipmom Available Prom Btock. I r MiraaoK SON a co LTD FOR nic.vr linlnum rhars* ussft Tl c*fi <-ifa SuHdapa H taorda — u* dr 1 %  mil a word •***—4 IMHK THE SILVER HAMMER4 HATTtl. ii"' %  i DtACONS BOAO On Wf3>NKriAY Ih* *1h n*pt*mb*i bv initruciion* r*c*lvad Iroan lh* Aal •nlnlaUalor of il— BkSato -(SWA !" %  id".*aa*di w* will sail b Aiartiso an th* .|M>I on* ChaMH Honaa wiib two Clablr Roort and ahedroof coA-errd Wllh Calvanla* Iron and cocrucalrd Iron polinv* atnndlrur on land* of Qoadla r Ml %  %  thr cntranr* to Deacon* Road faU* I o'clock Tarmi Caah BRANKEK. TROTMAN CO. 31 S Sl-4r UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I—1> Melaon. . tana M-I SEAWELL AUIVIK a. mi %  ram tllMdmd J tli4i.|h.>i J HaiMi-Hi. 1 i. apMna w V An, a*, A. R Alkali*. V All-yu.. D F n unaiias f M..ipjM h pli-*>. C Mampilivr. A II. A Huiidriway. H ftn.rh. I i. Snulli M l-l*i. I PW.ilft I.-IL.C. La .Kllid. I'"-. Ihirileh. Maao ttnni'f Fedarlea Ralyra Dawxi -111 wli .... 1 Hit Joaeph ..II W*dn H*ptomb*r P Bookcaw. Coflc* Tabkn Tabl*. II Dining Chain. 3 Tli Waafgon. Tea Troll*), Round Tip-Top Tatotoa. Pr. MorTla Chain, Wriiing Tabla. Tal*iiiiin. Tabl*. Hidrtloar*. UiMn PrMS, lirrvuns Tabl<— wUli nl* and Tripi* Mlrrora. Ciiaat of Drawett, Plat Ratli iln. Pr S )rl( le Beda wi.h Vono SuniiB. Carved Si ml* il.,1 Doubl* Red ALL THt ABOVE IN MAHOGANY. ] Upholstered Couches. E*c Mlnlad*n occaaion Table*,' Walnul Hdsboard. Bav*ral Paki lined CorUlna. %  ccellent eondtionv WeMinchouM rrids*. 'mall'. Stained Deal Wardrobe.. Pillow*. Cu*Blor.a and Rup. 3 Madarin* Cab., net*. Larder. Cane t'f'ialo Chan War* i upb.ird. (,,".i:f Hand Lara* Coled Tea So*. Chlr l*rt.on Ca<| Alum Ian.. MlSC Kltrh*-. UMn.il. Pi*aaura Cooker KnaJ-.an Tsbi*. •—.** %  peinf Filled Matlr**-*Clothr. Baikal, ilatrgn. Fir* •lin|Ui*h*ri. Large Plated S*IMM Tray. Plated Card Tray. Mite. Plated Silver, ftervanfa B*d and Msttreat, Garden Una*. Waterlnf Can. Galvanised Wash Tub. and many other aaaarlad ll*m> l.-thl Haf,*.M*i.l. AvalUbl* CAJUI ON FAU, OF MAMMF" AUCTIONEERS Jea-an M. Hifaeleaai ft €•. A F S. F V A Phone 464U Plantations Buildiui; i nlom action li desired in i with "i* aalSI*. pleas* communi. ate with my constituted attorney. Wiiulnd Kuia. Can* Vato. CttiUt Chuixh Caitskeii Rejects Wage Rises BLACKPOOL &iglaiKL September 4. Chancellor of the Exechequer Hugh Gaitskell shocked Brllain'ii trade uniontoday by rejectii their daima for higher wages a keynote address lo the annual Trade Union Council Congress here. Gaitskell appealed for slow on wage Iivcreases and' followed it up wilh these other F pertinent potnta: Cost of living ro.b*.. will continue to rise and the Index may be three pointhigher by the j .year's end. Steps will be taken I Jreduce home consumption in J Iattempt lo pay for Ihe .inniinv keep up the export pnuira •in.) hold clown inflation -U.P. Kidnevs Must Clean Out Adds Tour b'd|Henna out esce Af" 1 r noi-on.,ua sntaSas) In your blood %  T miiH.m tiny .-t'lt-aio. **??/ taibfl or flltera If P.,l>na as UiKl'i•> %  nr Bladder ma,kr voMTaaaBJarfrom lliltlna ITp Nlflils, \-Mu*fmf,l£* Pain.. Clr. I*T:nd*r BWM, nM ^ac fca. A'-Mna Jninta. A l"r. . Rsssilnsi W. Berlin Plan To Ht la Hate ...:itl-IN. Sept 4. West Berlin I ..i.ti-ioTniintui-' trade union inlay mapped a plan to seal oh* the bovtei run Berlin elevated system in retaltl IfU SnvieK Uloi-kiide tux" in. %  %  %  i ,v.' %  BfaJ Keilin. Informed mi e man Trade Unloi bluekfng entrancet g .,I.H Itattejaj in Wni lu-rli ii. which would prtrveni Wen BarthMn from using the elevated. ,ni,i to depriva the Soviet /one railway lystassn of an e^linialeil income or l .000,000 marks monthl) BOUT limes the income the East Gennan state will receive from the highway tax. moody street battles raffafj in West lleilin (wo ye, II ago when the East German Rail v. aUeinplid lu uriMk the >tnke of w.-.t Berlin employsjaa of tha Bovk • rua Itoa The Waataen Alliad High Commlsslon for Germ It a lequt'sl of Western Alli.d Berlin Mfat s ihi.ilnn Hi coiiiiiig Grave U>NIK>N. S'.n %  1,1 f/Jvlnfj % %  i lhal nlttiai ',i havt xeluslvt'ly io urban %  VV t'ltt'IHtlt CAN CHALLCNQEH I.AnY RODNEY >\ CON' imnvK %  APT NRlJaON • % %  o: I HI:IM .1. RaHai a..aaa.. . , 11 S*pt JU aapt 11 Rept M Sept i Oet 4 Oct IS Oat II Oct IS Oc* M Oet M Oet Arrrras Arrive. >•-• %  IbUsfas Meairral n a*pt • I On .-. Rffl :,.,, 1 MWr I ANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR-' is eXpex'ed to irnve a cut lha tlh Si'ptcinla'i. accepting cargo for St Lucia. St. John. .t..V l/ll.'l ft ,|1,1 M..I ';. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-A|enU. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. BSM I Ml hh Se,.temlM' 1* no-Kooi' nb s-piemi.-. in %  .tu.iM. io ri i viiii m \s siriintM HM it M.I \n mi, *, p i in I ii vx II .1 tn *ii im IBM in IMI to numiimi AND H (1 -IIMIll Hi %  -,!. ... t.l I.M, III IMMIMII I'ABAMtBino AN1I H tl Sn l.n it h ihi II .1 let al tha ififaaal total "i i .i thai wBl lu he tlelneietl mulcr thl Argentjne ugreemenl has been ahippad l'.P. Diamond Rush Qa> iHtiirniwN Bapt -i A big diamond ilnd in Un < mum iiKt-i dlatrkH ni-'i liom Miiaarum and POUr ureas, according Ui leportt reach I v rajat u B M i Usgar} i'i oapai im ..nn BrlgHs ami a seven men made g Baal M Hi* at Kuiiiochi'.. in figld week-, .mil the slonei. are said to %  para favourable with Kiuu.• down of i Ml Kommandalurn to talb thl i i %  .tie BovHrti itarvatlon blockade womng the nei FRENCH LINE tie., tile.. Traniallanilqur KAIUNO TO ENGLAND a> FRANCE %  HaABCOaNaT ISnd Sepi5i. vu Si Luen, Ui riitriq iB) i luadelot Antigua "t niAlMnit.' 14th Octobet i'iM vii M rtuilqua aiuj SOIITH Htlt'NII %  I..1M 4K.NI %  iSih lap1951 i .illnift at lad, Biitish .ii I F'-enrh Cuiane Aeeeiilirn Cargo anal Mall K.M. JONES *f.. ltd. ACiEN'l S I'llin* JI14 ...aa,fl.i. %  •> rwiaia '.'.TSJSt.ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved First Day Choklsi. taapis*. wh*eilnt Fsnr pyii.m. tap your snarajy. nils rasr aaaitn and %  •>•" your mn In I BMnntaa MBNT>ACO -lh*. pr*scnptlon of a (tmoui doctor-elrcif la'-* throuah thbl^od. qulrkty c -Ith tie'dartara or.MptlM Oy Ma s Cyitta rtarta ssarkin* m tfcr-a hossn, %  AMI pr. ^4 aatlrrah. u.faaa..ry and • Taaj"nf SBIMnsa -ia? rrda. aaar I ful (leap. Jto dop mjlak. *"•! taatt MKNP* >>a entlr-Ty free from Asthma anl Bronchllla In next u> ao llm*. ••* (houfh yu may have auH>red for rear. MESPACO la an auri-aaafal thai It la (iHimiHil la glv* you 're*. stay breathingfa 14 hoars and ts laaapl n ely atop ynur Aatbma In I day* %  r tasnsy back oa return nr awipty your FURNTTURE AUCTION LOWER GREYS CRRIST i ura< %  HASTINGS BARBADOS Under new rruinBgcmcnt Daily and longterm rate* quoted on request Permanent guests wolc Dinner and Cocktail parties arranged. J. II BUCKLAND. 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I 1 M.I. I IC.Ili HAKBAKOS ADVOCATE WHIM v|) \s -ll'IIMBER 5. 1S1 TURPIN MAY VISIT E.G. AFTER FIGHT Champion Trains But lias Disclosed No Plans Till; 4 II \MI'Hr\ SmiLhson Gels His Count) Cap NEW V %  middle* lurn bout with "Sugu" Ray Robin* mbtr 12 f %  . %  %  M to EnnUnd Mr %  li %  %  the big tight. %  %  I I "dine t> • Rol win thtig*. III Work I %  i ii li.i! rte< %  %  '.nm-r world oldn %  %  1 .. %  %  tfa • title. Iiul Will lake IK, mfaaUng a r-*! %  training camp retting for %  n i Ha h %  laid I %  i Ma* off horse* and %  • liirld .IIKI hendgear during sp..r• i. ind n> %  •!' %  Turptq ii.. %  i %  %  n •: %  i %  %  ii-1 tton "i ap li %  I ....... %  i .. amion i. %  %  i %  dally k..-,., im ikfi laugh i i. artthoul .. Slylr %  %  ii. rurpln'M ca bout with Ri %  ft %  -i crouch HIUI throwi punchei from a aqual >nc hie htm much ea i wlu-ri he henl Robinm n RoHnon ha-, % % %  ,. uai thai bate punch .1 Lana i"->iiti nrlnj 1,, th, %  Turpin. Bui RoMnaon |g n h:ir'!-;iri(l-(;i.'l nri-di %  .dad September 13 night at 8 30 oVtoch than will i> pnettca ateteuea In ptenun for the Tnnlda the \qufctic Club Floodlight %  %  • jtid membei• 1 ma are Ladi-s Tram "A". B I D Joteaon R Vidmcr and P %  I idl.. Team %  ". A K a %  !. D. Warren. J. Gala. M. lv Oat neai rvriiHiidala, Nnw York, for hi. rrm world HI %  VttB Bii|i>f Ray Robliuon. r^lairt during train., f and pti)oy' UtUt nduut la thr Howl ground-. An aircraft bangai han 1>B •d fot 111champion at the hotal'x airport. : wl (with %  I T..nipkni (i-r.ld >mPhson HJI a rn.lnl.rr ,l thr 1MI hU < %  Uatacba w.-i ladhH -1.1 M Four H. Indies Mayers In Commonwealth A/ Burr*) % %  \ 1 I'MHlval Borne till %  |ej fund a hii I %  %  .,1 k* pi rvaryand t"k three %  inning) H catch, ( % %  %  %  %  i.r 180. %  %  wealth although %  lnr 20. a S en VJ n without any Tl', %  I %  %  1 ,ni until WorrelL who 52 in nn incre%  V B.U P Snappers Defeat" Flying Fish 3-0 THE nUghty Snpp Icr it the Aquatic lull teem to ,n,' man ihort due in lllnei i ana theti lixU red-cappe, %  '" perawonthi m, ihrc nil but a flm defenoa lea ol Snapp, pree out of I i ,,„• ...u,,,. Ken tnee scored all i open i • (ol % %  -.: opportunity. uv< beautiful '" well .vrd i>. • u, ,nd thToth^ '" •' I I %  vc| „ ,„ .....,,,.1 N.,1, |...r,,|l. ' I Mi, *•• Jo u..,i i.-.k •.•*,-.., a > riyijK rtoh i %  ve, Tlic BWMS%  '. VI Ph, ' I I.'.."I ,-, %  I %  ,, %  „. %  i %  ; '. MA Pottei ..„., I> john'ion I erg.0 Johnaon •'*'"" Al ----? n '^w ,. oft hi wah ; I M I 1 •• %  i I mid G her-.thnt H>L, %  %  n Praelit-e Mateli Thiirscla\ Al Bai Soccer Results nir in i ; %  -i of at '! %  ititioi' 001 The dayi "1 the n %  Tii.Mil pla WALTHAM FOR U.S. WaJlhan, M.r %  Randolph world H. will %  l-O.MMI.V, Sept Fi,li,,wme >.i. raauiu of aoccer i ^ m the t' K 1 uah I.e.igue: DloWoa /. H 'ers 3. Middle*. Kenatngton. ; %  ••"*" Burnlas I, Ton DfrlawR // • H-. I Rotiwrham : %  : %  aahu Cll pton 0. t, ;,. %  ' Rovers I Sheffield the WedncadR) I, HinninKhan I (th i %  (Soathera) i rown i. Walaall J HI I lottl prewa Ah van Ira 0 < it) i Haltfax Town D, j i United Cheat* %  York Cll 0 ... S Third I 2 .irk 2 Ci %  iCPi '• %  ••........ -,, 111.II l_ goal, but long hoti bj pi b %  %  I | v. . liner .truck it %  >( plajr. Finally about mldwaj thrau .. %  I.I naif t fhimigh in one ,-t thaii %  %  laird goal for all : %  brougnl the Snapj %  Into plas bul Hytof Piah hold ) nt.Ul tie final wnlatla put lip I gj hoararunni ind Trevor v. backllne nnd tin bright whan ..i. i Pattera n the bail %  %  %  1 •>' The nuni % %  I I.. Hl.it,. Bj | a thla hall Naata PortlUo %  cored ioal number lam. i %  %  %  mi h ill found Bonlta< the attach th... 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KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF JAP PEACE TREATY TRUMAN WAR1\S In SOVIET UNION SAN FRANCISCO, Sent 4 fRUMAN warned Rca ia Tuesday night w kee; her hands of! the 'apanese Peace Treaty o. be branded as an advocate of more war Speakinc at the start of the Conference called to approve thr Japanese Treaty, the Chief Executive reiterated United States willingness to explore all problems threatening Pacific pBtci with Russia or any other nation But he added this not the time or pi tec fo such broadened intern.'ional discussion. "Our specific task here is to CWctade a treatr of DABC* with Japan." he said in his speech telecast trans con*in*ntally for the first time. IhM -'ill >.< %  • r. %  • rm •Iran Mar Make VeW Proposals To liritain • % %  Porinr" T* pre-orteni uVn r • thf "p^1 -i rttwr it*p the ran* the P.irif;,•• % %  .. rea* oral ton of pi in Korea. i he rnniinued tl.< Il3 Obviotislv vi wanting to precipitate more ; %  diplomatic crisis than eiMi here Truma uauaDv circumspect ,1th Russian* who to oppose the approval of the] treatv in it< present form. But there was no doubt in the minds of diplomats thit the TBHER \H, Sept 4. 11 was announced thai Inn will -• new prop..%  .iriji of ilu 1 ml 1 %  tlnnai deallne. w* *gh erta approval %  %  %  -. in K Bml MI, 1 lidl m'BWf a I :,--. %  %  terms < w eap [rai Soviel til target r talks 1 : t'l.irkdeparture of llritisli • S %  1 km iron still insist* th.t' %  1 lytll run the Truman said "With Japan returned to i's place in should be poss.ble to find • Is settle other problem ., %  *" %  d.mn by | I .h,.n now Ulfl *• llIltT 7 *'" 9 on bc *\ ln staging The United States has made clei on many occasion* that she 11 to explora a 1" Government! at the prcp> and In the proper form how th'* might be accomplished." There were "many well estabed ,.v" for this exploration ace in the Pacific "if there aauina deeire tor pence in all quarters." %  foreign < \j % %  Patent —If % %  .I' ALDERMAN IMPRISONED not matter* in be (t*;ilt with in uresanl conference. We 1 1 IMP In lakr w sineI* DM of the utmost importance. The treaty now before us offers more thnn talk of pctca J' offtff peace. The conference will enow who seeks to umke peace and who Met It, who wishes to put I war and who does not Thus did Trum;m drm UM polite dividing line through the conference hull and by Indlraobon put the pro-aivrwaot label on any nation that stands with Russia seeking to beats Wafren tald the propoeed treaty was an example Of bantvoience and re tlkot consummated between victory and veAqutaned . "never before m history have victon been eu magnanimous with the vanquished ... K given "' tunity . Japan is in a position to contribute mightily t. the typa of laiilai ihlp which the %  da ao desperately in the Far E'nt . t grindinu : —t' <" %  iFiom Our Own Coiri->i POKT-OF-SPA1N. r .!. BO] Charles Ward, foin.er Aldermin of the City Council wee peremphave torily imprisoned 1 u &f ar .orrnptry rewiv.-i* *tao. He i>te.-ittr that Ihc Hw em Tlbc*l with India, Kashmir and Pakistan. A c'nartered nirline comp.i; d lha his plane' imtrtunentj indn-ated the "ne,.: in the Kashmlr-Sinkiang frofltli A Lond TIDMI corrtipondenl sa %  'er.llalMiratn.il ioup" had DfaHl connect distant areas •( T''t bv wireless." %  gent. Ilurriranr Max Cul IJ.W X Shipping FAMII ^1 LONl %  %  %  %  1 i.senger, m %  %  iightir the %  Her thii %  I %  ; %  %  1 he Wee) ptj iH-nh-. All the rreJHc %  %  Britain I expecll %  ck home %  I Office is ary h(ii<' od trying tO %  %  hoUdar%  %  %  h< %  1 %  but U %  -r. . B.0 I B 1 Mul-Eaxt Defence Hoard Plannvd By K < Til M 1 It Plans hav be*rf rfrtlwrt up f"i %  I i-i Defern 1 Boa I undei nder and Unhad with North Kuk %  %  were 1 1 u Inf iroup and will b< ited soon t.i mdnl.fi %  %  %  r us. dt of a %  etween the and li 1 %  %  I : I %  plans. bed iftei iniinlh' <>( ir.tin n 1 n %  States that the V %  nelude also Ftaftl I ritlan Genii pro) %  n who is no British Cot -m-Chii e East. Il %  future ind [si. 1 1 Arabs ceased H WU monwi .dm ountnes with interest In the %  rth Afrin • xv llungvr Strikv On In Egypt %  %  %  %  1 %  Indian around I il %  onej .1 r border and that I trade rotl %  %  The Tr : %  %  .... %  %  to be need I l: Hbounn Mini pu. to WDTI -t .P Uorritton Giwn Last Instructions leOtfDON, B< I %  Mfft Morrlnon fi>r the fi.rthcominn series of diplomat!,r.. I in San Francisco R Ottawa. The I-..: %  jreakdo\-Korean ar %  .: hinew %  Ian 1 %  isit to ti I %  %  in Ache* %  %  %  1 r %  the Pakistan .'"d Indlai and several weie equipped a ladar oft ( ciai aourea bl l^ndon did ,mt reports although the) %  %  re prosped: .bet for uranium, •ive materials and petroleum and a Chinese Communist wai stationed at Ghartok anj dt] Hurricane Veers From Jamaica il ram Oar Own • erpaapandanit) KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 1. j, Oi LOWING repuris !:.n l rum ani thai the 11 i icaue at 11 1 m. was centred 240 miles south >;ist of Kingston and had Ins' its fort [ht, and the inland was 110 .ncro in dAflgtr of th Isurricane blow. • AFTHK Blil itl. Ikall h.ihy-daughter PrinCM-i %  1. %  .-. m • pu*h tlir Kuritl i i the desired loUI. 11 \\ I TOV in i I-I 11 ? There are still many BarIradUns thankful for thrlr aaaapat a lar from Uir ravaaea KI a hurm un sh would want ti Hdi nruspaper. li.. not delay Contrlbutr lo-day %  cknos • %f. 4i 1 19 \.u I. I.ia Mr A Ul. %  e ? Mi A Ul. 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U m 1 1 p m. Shenfield Asks For Reasonable Prices H [it 4 I ne the : %  %  %  %  shift lO 1 1 Ul :. thJt while the Island.' ; industry lot Stab) reasonjMiwould ul! workable. %  %  %  %  ded that %  %  f %  nd thr I prevailing in %  how th;.' 1' 'iom Bal| oat as iiurh as if %  .• at 125 00 l • 'A. %  er IMI %  ./i.i.ir th ; •t fix thi %  %  %  %  %  %  %  0 OB pe 5 Ih A "ADVOCATF." BBwi for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night %  %  %  II Hm LRoJ Ineoii, Bra %  loM the Adraeat.tliat bM viatt was not an 0thc1.1l 'me. btlt he waa here to see fm %  . %  ihe v.. In IU 1. He fait 1 • %  %  %  %  ith thr l> I %  a/eel 1 %  %  %  %  : %  Bwakani <* by ; %  • %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Mr. Br..' the Con" Wi 1 Weekly Programmi %  %  %  .-xt |tO" he al" % 


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
1 II --II \\ SEPTEMBER I. 1>1
BARBADOS CRICKET TEAM SELECTED
Charlie Taylor Given
First Island Captainc)
..) Tavloi. Barbad and Pick'*
-,, lead the B
Thirteen players have been <
uixivi hi iaivs his inn:
i
\ M TW1.I1R
RANDOLPH
TAKES A
BIKE iODE
B] M lit: M tTSON
M Beard ihr <*uee M*r>l
Bai bad mbor 19.
Th- team . M !<... -
* M. Tailor Plefcwfcl h r .,
I Vi* pageO i lagMVfS), *'
,.-1 I-..I1*. 1 h 4 .1* 11k
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ipetlrrl, M. f.rrrnidn- IFWl
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1 ; nM N 1. Hank lU
Hi'il.ni" < I'fiivrrli* iBim
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m^7fw m
L^BaV ^B
|Desaintf Anne
In Distress
J [< ...11. \.,.-r Wt
>' (our 1
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Hag to
M H U-
Dtp*trUr>r*.i The poiition '
4 IB north
)
All -hips moving In H1.11 vu-ir
to keep
harp lool .i,.p
cablegram re.
th;it omce tjuNi that
sihlv with men aboard,
MM adnfi ii.ti of four
I" nix mile* northwef* of Doml-
"ii j Th<- oaf ? mav be riangcr-
ru* to navigation .' the cablegram
. nl \l I rich ft:
Only 20 Minutes
In Some Hoiche*
JOEY MAXIM 1 rail M:. mUTa light heavyw-i,-;:i Wing champion. Kftowinf raucli of U. *Uckuea.
If IflM Of the i'. PfMMI Hill- i'> L. at Madi-on Square Oarden. New York. Keferer Baby Ooldmein .iwid#.i Mmni 10 loniidt. Murphy
three and two i-ven The two judges agreed at 10 M Maxim. Bve to Murphy M.'Xlm kept hia Utle with
romparativ eaaa, even if he did look tired and ring worn alter the hattlr. Ran Maxim in-lit) connect*
i to the iJW of Murphy In the Brut round of the title bout.
right





UP th. pool '"
trokaa. A.- n

, iwimmmi
when ho was .. lad.
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.
dismkased
for 114 I
I
...
\ Slu-j -
1 ..1 <:'
\ r latign Brnpln
th.-ir Aral
iiain Holds Lp
Intermediate Games
CHAMPIOM
0LTPO1MKD
Molt-orolo^iral
ScrvM't'
C'ona-afwndenli
' IB I -' ir-SPAIN, Aug. 30.
Tnnldad *s propi
thf t-stublltb-
a ItiiUsh Caribbean
cent; ropmcnifiu
expenditure of *.'
mill March 51 i*-,!,:t. 3o.oou per
innimi until March 31. 1956 and
iS9(HKl pel
diaconUnuea it>
tttrtbuUona, but S4i.ooo
it ial i i't-.T: iiniiiims are
iij n tained.
Finaaog committee- ..( tha
Council following
ipproval in the i
Council.
OP THE toui Intermediate Crick wh'.ch b
ntlmwd on Saturday the only one that
UN. Aug
Ibrm
unpion of r.nnama,
utpon.'. It LotlJg,
I:'.'.-
Vlndward j .
-" Hi dot, Si
ai tan match >le in tni Hub) rt
: rVanden i HVm
mal iht

1 Mi ..l-'i.......
.t i'
lllp Ion* Of
.Ii.
. ,.
ona of u
.
it i- ..i ptej
Pickwick Com!
.ilthtui.h Randolph waj i,<-"" ,.y- \ ,. .., n

Gon ! Pogtn
i rter Icfi
in Th.- Gym
Turpm a
I light 1
r PP*d< >n
-
piis-songcra.
.f hiii-.
i..,i thrilling
orM harapkio
Un th.- i
I. ...
. ,ni; laUo taiinla,
itch danfcr
.-a: oi condition
ri ilarly aa thi-y have rigge.i
him on th.;
tm deck ! i- h will lx' able tu
!..- I'hillip.-

fight a*taL B alii AW
i
nujlii and than
dn^h on lo I ate* up
In! !
VAKI.IM
iiui nothing hi ix'intf !" '''' ''' i'r-t knnlnj 14
ii i...... It, I- Wood :i lor 28i.
own ch< N
1.1 ha "i
Randolph'! f'-i hom

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of druggini; the
Mil.
' Ml. Tin
I ikon tn R
rit KHii K vi coMiti :; i;i n
\t OOMWUtMBKI
Pt. kv Kk Brit Innl
at wlckota. (L I
oul <" ri Ward 3 foi 11 i
I OI M\IIOV tv Dfflll m
lOIMIATION
llrst
Daniel 23, Mr. C illtndoi
(.., li( ,
ptound iti"i iirst innlna
for the- l"- ket Kin

POLICE ... VMl'l. AT .M IM
v M p ( Ural innlna
for tbe Ion of foui wldwti "
Bpringji i 3 fi
Booth- CBNTKA
>.....
- [ SPAIN \ ..
"
maketbalt club trill toui Barba
loa In Ort i
This iii in- tha ii
. in ..f rrlnld
think I' beul thll '1
ment! tha Colony Tha tout will b. i
Th, m .
l-J ;'"''' \ mat cur na.kell.aU
. ..- ial
'..
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To oul living to "i"'' M "n *
ward

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aeon 18
Windward wen
51 iti their Mcond innings and
M -J II<
'. 37 inn::
havt i>'j with m>. a u keta

Ii
. Bui in R. :
ii 14 ii h
. i :
In ii v Pan .. i nd i1 \"

'ii and 2\ runs iTspe.' i
' WUklc 2 wlckea foe 10
L. Pbi td | u .i ii m
Farmei 18 (or windward m then
-
M. I-. Chnchiow .'"'K I'm-
I .' kekets i"i m
tit 4 for 18.
tin the
Wanderei n b Pickwick
ilon I it) 12 ioi ..ii
Ml
1 i I O. Mi
With one ill.ii..... to plaj
...
i
one of IhO

h Win
i Ithi the Gai
v\ vMniii rb AT
t the i
. \ wire-
p 47 I
hi replj to n
122 foe all Of thai toui '
r-lk f : .
ad rnui
t Spat
i 21 for i".

tha thm
hen three more ru
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Thursday nlglit.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Pallet 'ui
Original
10 00 *.m.
Heatgag ( the i i.i u^ .
( nUliill '.00 p ill.
Meeting Of the llou*e or
Visembit3.00 p.m.
Shocked By Electricity
Lion-1 Worn .. oi Quota Street,
Speightatpwn wai taken to the
Oeneral Hospital yeatardaj aftor
he was sevrrely shocked by elec-
.-
Worrell held on n .,
to a telephone polo which \..s
ii electru wlra.
From Madeira
Hand-made Children's
SUN SUITS
DRESSES
ROMPERS
Something dilferenl and really smarl
Prices $3.25. $:i..1. and |0.7J
$1.7.1. and $
CAVE SHEPHERD & (()., LTD.
10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Gums Bleed,
Teefh Loose!
Tap BaaketbaO
lull lo I our B'dOBi
II #;#: YHI AWAMB I.ASr
.xiuhi y
*ere >ou en>oyln that fwOel restful sleep
atf to food health?
YOI'IJ. SLBSP HKTTKII
on a
HYPNOS INTERIOR SPRING
MATTRESS
New shipment Juit received at
CENTRAL Elll>1Mil Jl
Cnr. of Broad a Tudor streeU.
SCARCE ITEMS ARE ONCE
AGAIN HERE-THE FAMOUS
Blue Willow
Ware
in Sets and Separate Pieces

SECURE YOURS EARLY AS
WE ONLY HAVE A LIMIT-
ED QUANTITY.
cFne^T hardware 3e[
Kickctt St.
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A new economical decoration
for WALLS and CEILINGS
SISCOLIN DISTEMPER
Covers In one coat
Supplied tn Powder form in many attractive colouis.
WHITE. CREAM. BLUE. SUNSHINE. GREEN BUFF.
Made ready for use by mixing 21 pints water with 5 lbs.
powder.
5-lb packages at S1.05 pei package
3 Mb packages at 74c. per package
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Publication Date: Wednesday, September 05, 1951
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KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF JAP PEACE TREATY
TRUMAN WAR1\S
In
SOVIET UNION
SAN FRANCISCO, Sent 4
fRUMAN warned Rca ia Tuesday night w kee;
her hands of! the 'apanese Peace Treaty o.
be branded as an advocate of more war Speakinc
at the start of the Conference called to approve thr
Japanese Treaty, the Chief Executive reiterated
United States willingness to explore all problems
threatening Pacific pBtci with Russia or any other
nation
But he added this not the time or pi tec fo
such broadened intern.'ional discussion. "Our
specific task here is to CWctade a treatr of dabc*
with Japan." he said in his speech telecast trans
con*in*ntally for the first time.
IhM -'ill >.< r. rm -----------------------
Iran Mar Make
VeW Proposals
To liritain

Porinr" T* pre-orteni uVn r .
thf "p^-1 -i rttwr it*p
the ran*
the P.irif;,- ..
rea* oral ton of pi
in Korea.
i he rnniinued tl.<
Il3 Obviotislv vi
wanting to precipitate more
; diplomatic crisis than
eiMi here Truma
uauaDv circumspect
,1th Russian* who
to oppose the approval of the]
treatv in it< present form.
But there was no doubt in the
minds of diplomats thit the
TBHER \H, Sept 4.
11 was announced thai Inn will
- new prop..-
.iriji of ilu1 ml
1 tlnnai
deallne. w* *gh erta approval

-. in K Bml mi,1
lidl m'BWf a
I :,--.
terms Soviel til target r talks 1
: t'l.irk- departure of llritisli
S 1 km.
iron still insist* th.t'
. 1 lytll run the
Truman said "With Japan re-
turned to i's place in '
should be poss.ble to find
Is settle other problem ., *" d.mn by |
I .h,.n now Ulfl * llIltT7 *'" 9on bc*\ln staging
The United States has made clei
on many occasion* that she 11
to explora a 1"
Government! at the prcp>
and In the proper form how th'*
might be accomplished."
There were "many well estab-
ed ,.v" for this exploration
ace in the Pacific "if there
aauina deeire tor pence in all
quarters."
foreign < \j -
Patent
If
.I'
ALDERMAN
IMPRISONED
not matter*
in be (t*;ilt with in
uresanl conference. We
1 1 imp In lakr w sineI*
DM of the utmost importance.
The treaty now before us offers
more thnn talk of pctca J' offtff
peace. The conference will enow
who seeks to umke
peace and who Met
It, who wishes to put I
war and who does not -
Thus did Trum;m drm UM
polite dividing line through the
conference hull and by Indlrao-
bon put the pro-aivrwaot label
on any nation that stands with
Russia seeking to
beats
Wafren tald the propoeed
treaty was an example Of bant-
voience and re tlkot
consummated between victory
and veAqutaned . "never before
m history have victon been eu
magnanimous with the van-
quished ... K given "'
tunity . Japan is in a position
to contribute mightily t. the typa
of laiilai ihlp which the
da ao desperately
in the Far E'nt t '
*
grindinu : t' <"
iFiom Our Own Coiri->i
POKT-OF-SPA1N. r .!. BO]
Charles Ward, foin.er Aldermin
of the City Council wee peremp-
have torily imprisoned 1 u
?ar .orrnptry rewiv.-i* *tao. He
i>te.-ittr The charge read* !h*1 Ward
iH-ini; ., Coum Uor di
I the sum
of $200 rot Induce-
ment fdl I
.,i -i. Corp ru-
tiOn sitUiite at Mucurttiin."
Hoods GmwsHeavy
Gtamagf In T" PORT-OF-SPAIN, Tx

Then have b< an ihui
and incessant raUU Bl Trinidad
and damage thrum.
1 1
peraa

Water supplies in many places

branches arc damaging *
commun k il
ind 1
l hont
. ihei
n
1
Reds Instal Radar
System Along W. Tihei
Hv HAROLD GUARD
LONDON
fi : [ndta' rthetn -aid un Tuesda>
that Ihc Hw
em Tlbc*l
with India, Kashmir and Pakistan.
A c'nartered nirline comp.i; d lha his plane'
imtrtunentj indn-ated the "ne,.:
in the Kashmlr-Sinkiang frofltli
A Lond TIdmi corrtipondenl sa
'er.llalMiratn.il ioup" had DfaHl
connect distant areas ( T''t bv wireless."
gent.
Ilurriranr Max
Cul IJ.W X
Shipping
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Her thii

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ptj iH-nh-.
All the rreJHc

Britain I
expecll
ck home
'
I
Office is
ary h(ii<' od trying tO
hoUdar-
h< ! 1

. but U -r. B.0 '
I
B 1
Mul-Eaxt Defence
Hoard Plannvd
By K < Til M 1 It
Plans hav be*rf rfrtlwrt up f"i

I i-i Defern 1 Boa I undei
nder and
Unhad with North Kuk


were 1 1
u.....Inf iroup and will b<
ited soon t.i mdnl.fi
.

r us.
dt of a etween the
!
and li 1

I :
I
plans.
bed
iftei iniinlh' <>(
. ir.tin n 1 n
States that the V

nelude also Ftaftl *
I
.
ritlan Gen-
ii pro)
n who is no British Cot
-m-Chii e East. '
Il future
ind [si.1 1
Arabs ceased h wU
monwi .dm
ountnes with interest In the
rth Afrin
xv
llungvr Strikv
On In Egypt


-
1 .

Indian
around I
il onej
.1 r
.
border and that I
trade rotl

The Tr
: '

....

to be need I
l:
Hbounn Mini pu. to wdtI
-t .P
Uorritton Giwn
Last Instructions
leOtfDON, B<
I

Mfft Morrlnon fi>r the fi.rthcominn
series of diplomat!,- r.. I
in San Francisco R
Ottawa.
The I-..:

jreakdo\--
Korean ar .:
hinew

Ian 1
isit to ti
I

in Ache*

1 r

the Pakistan .'"d Indlai
and several weie equipped a '
ladar
oft(ciai aourea bl l^ndon did
,mt reports although the)


re prosped-
: .bet for uranium,
ive materials and petro-
leum and a Chinese Communist
wai stationed at Ghartok
anj dt]
Hurricane Veers
From Jamaica
il ram Oar Own erpaapandanit)
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 1.
j, Oi LOWING repuris !:.n l rum an black mist had statted in St. Thomas, Port
Antonio, there haa been no further .lowelonment in
Jamaic 1 0' tiia atovm, nd advice was received
from Miu*>i thai the 11 i icaue at 11 1 m. was
centred 240 miles south >;ist of Kingston and had
Ins' its fort [ht, and the inland was
110 .ncro in dAflgtr of th Isurricane blow.




AFTHK Blil
itl. Ikall h.ihy-daughter PrinC- M-i
1. .-. m
[*. Iff!
11 of Jotiorc and In- :! rear old Ri 1
h Mipii Malajraa Kingdvi
Caucasian Forces
Move Into Korea
From \li Qmartvn;
ROYAL
WEDDING


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WEDDING About

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. in 1 SO
minute con the titiM


ADVOCATE J"CA
RELIEF FUND
Thr lund rra< lied $7,000
yesterday with a aullrrllun
f over MOO. This U a good
Hull IlUt nun li n-tiulii. W
li" done > pu*h tlir Kuritl
i i the desired loUI.
11 \\ I TOV in i i-i 11 ?
There are still many Bar-
IradUns thankful for thrlr
aaaapat a lar from Uir
ravaaea ki a hurm un sh
would want t this Fund. Thr rhutre b
still Uielrs. Send In your
let the three elty hanks "III
receive donations*, or the
raaalar in Use aawa >i Hdi
nruspaper.
li.. not delay Contrlbutr
lo-day
cknos %f. 4i 1 19
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Mr A Ul.
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lt\ \ S\ \IMOM>*s
TOKYl bl | ROYAL
,.i M itthew li. IttOj; 13 1 eadauarti ,
ciaU> i.-i:.. t'i ttwit "hum- nut.ihers" <>i Soviet Cauca
echnical 1 n Easl lern sny and
.1. ". Kon
. .. ill! 1
1 in Man early this year, had
into Korea --in' el] .,,,.,..
h.in 1,000 lighter planes ;nvd l'jhi bumbtn
...
.
li t htiical pei -
- 1. ited hj ihi Soviet
i pc, includ-
ing I t Oer inj Th.- ElahTh
/*my Comi let '.'i Jamee
i :
among lh| mm mi DEAD Low Adau
'JMP Hv.l f.i.
ijDJIWHj- ellensK-e Wlllun l*>. hi* buiiim*; I...
'' Ito-(iM> with .1 buUel holi
Illuitdv Kn;lil
Krmy't Sev* Warden Walter Kllu rep*
1 Betond Divli..... and| atBDB IAIDID 1 1 1

1
PM un.

John .1 McC

plane to*day f"
Big II:
nfereni 1
parti "(
rurt bj
1 |ton tn
n Mii,-
tral rront Qeneral Jai
Fleet tiic United Nations

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TaftHartlej \ai
Sept. i
i
red kttorm >; u< > il h 11 u 1
'
1 1 1
1 .
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or Abdullah's
Miurdei*
AMMAN, gepl 1
The (out oned lot
implh it) In
King Al-lull.tli ol M-r.ni'- 111 Jul)
1 Bfitral

Nlf, had con-
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II lllfllll!. llll|li>s-d lly ti*
t "iirt.

Mum Aed i
r phi
1 l Barlli '
Arab Jewish A|
11 .111.1 latei helped .
i-T mm,,i, jii Red Q
Liaieon
n h.ini
Abdul Kadlr Farhai. alau Mo-
ammed Bktnwei 1 3<


ittl......naat, brothei
1 ate

' i on two othtr men, a I
. 'nary in Cairo and were
...1 in ihen elawnca, Taos ware
olonel Abdullah Tell. th. ex-
i itvemoi .f Jerusalem, an.i Mu
ubl 1 formei
lorn ooaatabla merehaat rout
1 -, in 1, earra taund net galHi
1 rele iead r r
IRAN UNLIKELY TO
GET SWEDISH TANKERS
sii k KHOLaC, Daptambai 4.
1' unlikely 4hal Swck-i.
Mil b willing of -d>le to sell
. ihe IraatM Oewara-
... .11 h 1 Ippli -in.
\ apiaiaiiiMiii f'^i
.( Swi i.i.'. Icaihim -hippitiK
(ompaDiaa aald Ilia I Diiaiha k
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Ships For
Cricketer*
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Air and Sea
Lr.S-A. on
by B.W.I.A. via
il David Uladen.
: \ i BtodM
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im to raaida wltti to*
Long Island.
An-on* las) p4.-.*Mmr.s |a>gvwg
Sunday by the
ccioMtaif an hoUcbq wan
Mi < N Wnkr ol Man rd
For Macdonald
MR KEN RICK H. < THORNE.
Mr. Luther Thome ol
KUtad Beaool and Mr., i
rnoni tin- |>as*engrr*
!. ivaM aa Monday evening hy !
!, W.I.A. for Trinidad en mute ks
it the U.S. In Canada he j
v\ ill inter Macdonald College H
read for hit B.Sc. (Agt.l and later
' Agr.)
An old Lodge boy, he was form-
i i ]y on the alan* of the Govero-
i icnl Laboratory and la u recent
.u'luiite of Trtmdad'a Imperial
C Urge of Tropical Agriculture
Grenada Short*
Mi: m Mirlcc Oacar St. John,
W. Junior Maater of the
('icnada Boys' Sem School
..nd aon of Mr. Edward St. John.
V'-reman of "The Weal Indian"
: i wipaper. and Mr* St John, ha*
i ean awarded a three-year Scii
scholarship . riilv where he alms to obtain
Hlf degree
Mr Otto Ceorgc. Science Mas- '
i. of (he U.BS.S. returned to |
Grenada laat Sunday from Eng-
: .nd where he recently gained his
.i. gree *i Bristol University.
The Miaar. PaUiua and Mar-
(-rte Noel, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. F. Carhlc Noel, left Grenada
l.st Sundav for Canada where the
former will study Home Econo-
mics and the latter Nursing at St.
Vincent Oll-if HnHf*
B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME
Left : Cocktail frock b> Frier
In ireen. violet and
black striped taffeta with a
geM thread. The fringed gflaa
baa an added colour note of
eartae.
Some of The Top
Ten's Top Numbers
t.i-tao,,,' CMn, II el am
u< AniniV. U on^ni The
Wean u it u r., Ne-i AswUgV,
in Th* Ntwt. IS p n> inlfflae*.
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p m At Iha Opvra. p m.
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n p hi HMlit N-ur-l. I IS l nt
(fn.ii. Antumant. 8U p i InWrlmla.
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Mi.Oil-. V 41 p in aiBMinvnl of
Arrouni. 10 p m The N>wa. 10 10 pro.
iv Pf.pl.
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mi uniMiiiis
B\ THE WAY
Hy Beachcomber
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'iitng b-.it anpl) the
In dealini
lime-lag
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gets hi<. false
The maueless horse of
C'iipp*'tilwni is given a wig. all
will be ready for a naUottal
Aiumal Weak drive.
\ Having Crrrmuny
SIX thousand and furt% u< m-
ban of. .in International
Youth H.illv, awHctag ntghl and
day, have built a life-size model,
in cardboard niid felt, of too
Victoria Coach Station. Inter*
plaining, to
yOUthg who carried out orders, ii;
IDI a, wh.d they wen- MUtd
\ Pettuunbuco dak
Art, une ..i d !,,,.
oparata.1* afadal
Occasion were
i thi
llw flit/iton
Khinocm* (III)
T^Hl Laat Propartj Office in
Ki'(..ludy-ilreel has been
Into the IasI SclaqUstf
"Mi". I lin iiisappeuring sclen-
tisle were kept until not claimed
If nobody claimed them It waa
held to prove that they were of
no Importance, and they were re-
leased for forced labour in one of
the prisons The Director of Lout
Scientists sat at his desk. He wag
about to interrogate an English-
man in a red tie. and with a silver
hammer and sickle In his button-
hole Hound his hat-band were
the words 'World Peace." The
l-m.t.i S/WM/unliaU.v. wan a
wary man. To test his vla-a-vls he
"Rule, Britannia" The
Englishmanfor it was Driftwood-
DawtdM Of M I hummed back
"The Red Flag" Aftei this ex-
cfaanga ol IntaUaetual subtleties.
ittj apnaarad to be re-
aVAVad. -What have you brought
IrOVP England"" <|iieried UM inter-
pratai amuthU ".us." said the
.'id itroduced a sausage.
"It Is poisonous. he added, as he
t aaWawdlgdaji'i fare d,|ken
is at an Ill-tin.r,,
By BarTTY IFTON lil'c.lirs
lLady Editor. 'Auckland Siar".
.Veu1 Zealand^.
LONDON, August 1?
From a multitude of modebt
shown in the collections of th*
Top Ten designers, there ore al-
ways a few that stand out. a few
that earn the spontaneous ap-
plause of audiences
Here are some that appeared in
the recent autumn collections.
Coats And Suits
Fur trims gave a snug and eie-
gant look to a number of coat*
and suits. A green swagger coat
ttnad with nutria and with a nu-
tria scarf collar and cuffs was one
of the smartest, and was shown
ty Matth It was topped by an
exotic turban style hat of nutria,
banded with the green coat ma-
terial on the forehead i.nd cover-
ing the hair enhrch
One of the best examples of
Norman Hartnell's coats was a re-
versible brown tweed modal With
beige tuxedo fronts. On the half-
belt and pockets of the ad an
l>anylng! suit gleamed gold studs.
Another smart Hortnell touch
were the envelope pockets on I
green suit worn with a dirk brown
satin blouse and a swagger coal
with beaver collar and CtlAV The
lapels of the suit were rtgglgimi
DO similar envelope style 01*
buttoned down. (luuBliatatl}
A third coat by this
was a loose off-v.
black astrakhan lining and eottai
and a huge astrakhan muff A
boy's cap in off-white with i tall
black feather provided a saucy
accent. In countries where the
winter is not as cold as in England
fur linings m coits would m ireeJ
le needed but fur ciif
and muffs would give the new
corny look.
Cocktail Frock*
"Darling" of Pet.-r flus.-II'
cillectlon wos a lewel-hrlghl full-
skirted taffeta frock, striped in
green, violet and bla< vith ,
Rupert and the Sorcerer17
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>.ippe* l<* teller rtiutu
tht WOT' he ihmkt. It ht
fm*l Out *lic:e I -im rivmd. Thtn ht itept
. sMnaari "Ana it i nag at htm aear i
whan I *m. ho* jn hrga boukWt tre fimr ladt bitch
I ei btck to Vjiwood ? r.. ni lo*ki"i vn iiionithtd.
All
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Irayon satins
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Plmot rett* v 101
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Mootr 5 StittuM .
* ";, 'rt laai.i. ii p.ih-r i,
'0O7W'>M',*,V',*,',r>'//.V*-/
g 4d fhieod. Spotlight was
the Mnga 1n&" at t
ctra eolo
I reuse. (Illustrated |.
Ulgby Morton show,,) .,
4r*ty and Mack brocaile fr.x l, wit
' straight skirt and loose black
hiff-m panels plaatad from shoul-
dr to hem on either side and
caught into u wide jewelled U-lt
With it was worn a tii
hal.
K\eiiiii>' 'iouns
.'.ween trte parted cui-
lalna of iha salon, road) for bet
!' has been
with Norman Hartn-!l for 15
.. nunneuuln. made
sinking appearance in a glam-
orous black net frock ootts t
with gtiid coin spots. Ii had long
"leaves and a deep flounce on the
hem and was worn with a large
. 'ate-likc black hat.
A versatile thrcc-piec by
llartnell consisted of a gold lame
'louse with a draped square ne. k-
HMt worn with .i ,hon garad
black velvet skirt and
i look-, slim gold lame skirt. I\n-
tli 'ilarlv lovely was a fineK tuek-
'riNl tiered effect, worn over on*
of the mn-i rustling tstTetj gaj.
rtersklris ever to hret-re througr
But many of lijrtndiv gaggou
. ran diaaajpagatlng
tOO in)in> liilli- b0| On kflop
winy flowen eUmbing
t and crinoline
.i gown upprnpriatelv
. irdi'M wall."
Si v.i huwed i<-
flwixi sTaoaful Qrtclan stjW.
One b) ivt,., Ru.-M'U was In
steel grey, pleated from neck lo
heni. and It was dram:
Vented wnii Hma rotig at the
waist and deep cap sleeves turned
Iwck to reveal ii lime green lin-
ing 11, manta and horsehair me-
dallion embroidery was used by
IM m Igmr on oasi gvaafag
gown, tlie horsehair making the
embroidery stand material.
Hals
An gfschanUng little aewsing
tod shown by Rudoeph In Digby
Motion's colW-.ti.in wag of gold
beadad gauze made in a crescent
.hiipe v-itih gold tassels at
side
Also "< Hudolpha huge black
velvet hat with a forward-tilted
tlute-l brim and a puff of white
swansdown It white "Cleopatra" hat .iiilinn!-
ered with gold thread and coiled
over the ears ,i small black
i a black chiffon veil
fluted at One >ule and mi iri-
descent clip. "Cherchai la femme"
seemed the right title as the
mm nequii. Il.iit.i.a dcalen, gaz-
ed out mvsten.uislv from behind
Iha veil
A aWgnlocent llartnell hat *a-
nf bluaigrey baaver with a black
under-bum and -i two-4sam Ki"
satin binding oil round the wide
hrun.
Rielarj Cvhn Patricia Meflfia
JsUptlClHtil
aunt* k? 6igt Srwi
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BIG OPENING
FRIDAY 7th Sept,
EMPIRE
Two Hosgagf rfto! will Pin
You to your Sean.
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Judv GARLAND
AQ" ATM 4'LITH <'l!VEMi% (Membe;s Only]
MATINEE: TO-DAY .it .' p.m.
TO-NIOHT and TO-MOKKOW NIGHT at S30
CLAUDrrrTE COLBERT ROBERT YOt'NC.
GEORGE BRENT
in "BRIDE FOR SALE"
SHE'D LOVE TO SAY "YES" TO A MAN
WITH A MILLION '
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures.
GLOBE THEATRE
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More great love songs
from Sfiario Lanza, who
thrilled the nation
with"BeMyLove"!
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PLUAS aaoAUWAV-Oeorgt iufic.il Cuiir i -bad MSN or tar horoiji i.\ii;tv THE GARDEN ST. JAME9 TO-D4V a TOMOROOW tM P.M ncoKor mhiti s sc ndu>' Joan DAVIS Jack HA1*Y a nr.rHnii Strv-r DHODIE
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Pimples Go
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dlacovery thai Mil*
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Vnu can't STl rid oT your akin irouM-
unlit yon rtinnvit tht g-nna lhal hi.
In Iha tiny pni of your akin Bo
S-l Nlsoatrm fttiin your rhamlai I i
y undiT l*o ih.biiIv.' cuauntx H
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Nixoderin rcar.:i
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in Raffia and Stria from tl-tt to M.84
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WEBNBSDA1 Mrtl Mill II V ISSI
lt.\RHMH-~ UW0CA1E
I'AGI IHKII.
Public Service Commission Bill Passed
St. Michael's Vestry
Welcomes New Dean
Will Be A -Mainly
Ad
vison
Bodv
ARTIES HEADLINE
Uve Council \ci!-*rdav parsed without
deban .1 Bill fa provide foi
.. Public Service COmmlMlon and mat
ters incidental tin
Moving the second reading of the Bill, the Hon'ble
Colonial SiiejfVUr* said :
Students of English Hi :ory ,
-., Ordinance, although there nave
portant depart -
Mr m from I propow 10 eom-
Gladstone's Aral M "iw of the nc-
1 o( ihe old 1 Bill
nppcintm 1 .ge to the Seenoii 3 (J, ad
HomK'n I Service and 1
ft tary of
rudder* that a small
c mml Ion. '
took ..->t in lat> Vld ri:- 1l,n'lim,n **<> membein
I^ki end lad. llw^JwiHimpw ^ lha
like the other <;i dstonmn re-
I
tW
' kC" m..
Dean Promises
To Do His Best
toff Ml *
MEMBERS Um Si Mi
<'!> warm welcome a' their
meet*, .v [ m Aral appearance at lha
thai I .
rant lo church -

Council, the Tnmda.
mod. 1. arbich baa a Cbsd/anaii
and not more than three othei
I 'i .
Umm alMwhaii
I man is .-> senior officer
<,i ih OovatnakaM service, but the
eased for hi>
being an outstanding and respect-
ed person from outside il.-
Shortly after the end of these.- |Ser\'iee, and this reeommonda-
Ilon has been adopted. Much, of
State tor the Col-rues issued a courie< wnl depend on the coli-
btoad statement of polio m ,,rr of the gentleman who is
which -Inter nlla". he advocated 5elected as Chairman I-
nry UueaUon oa
and so on, nd natur-
al part of the
existence.
Broader Basis
the establishment of Pu
vice Commissions in the Colonies
for the pui
Oc
advice on lha -selectlot.
polntmcnt of local rand
Governnn n :it. He
.
to ballet 1 1 <>n a/ere
nr,t carrying out
my opbnon, imperative that at
least one of the members of the
Ion should be arall

and the best trad:' n of tho Bi
provide:*
bei shall he
1 the time of his fsrst appoinl-
nicnt either a public of*
. tteen
'"''"- "- the prevKMl live years. Provi-
. but becuusc he recoi n has been I M foi lha
msen lha n Sl.,Vl,.,. .,, .
1
Kingdom nearly ,. nun- members--hut not as I 1
died rears ago. for mal f ltu. Commission,
this rtaiure, t" ! dealt with on a
broader basis. ,,.
rJetu Mimbm hold gj
The se.-iet.ny ol State realised
al the outset that the range of ... 1|( office
runetloru to bi
Satake Co LU-It li tht
composition mu tthat the Secretarv
in peal the light or should 1* the AsM tarn Colonial
local clrci the Set Hartal a bo
model for one territory would not ,. i.,
necessarily sod another Thus in work. > a>
some Commissions srhkrh neve
bean set up elsewhere, the com- .,,,, there
position was in the li 1 h.-en suhstnn- .1 gg
confined to nffieinl* and Hie hate- fr .. the Sinusp.no n -
Corr
were pre-
Mr. Clifford
Skinner. J.l\
THE death occurred ai
St Lucy, yasterday of Mr. Clifford
Skinner formerly'member ot the
Vestiy of that parish and ulanta-
tlon owner
Mr Skinner was one of the old
school of plantation owners who
maintained the friendliest rela-
tions with those who worked
around him. He was a successful
plantar and aiaa known through-
out the isl mil. Hi
ad during the
years not .1 shujla : .niatnent or
impoitant flxtore took p|
out hi* heing among the spectators.
He was highly respe. v .
parish and was nnr.ii.ei el HM
S' Uan \\ saw years
until advanced years litniie,! big
He also served as ShetiIT
f'ir the parish at the General
Elertlons for many years, and was
.-... .
area. b> reason of his length of
service
In private life he wai kind, and
the number of his friends drawn
from tvary walk of life was tes-
timony to th# character he bore
He was married and had one son
Mr. Luton Skinner. Managei of the
molassei sfo* , of Mi
tiona Ltd.. Hav s
-< idow, his son and other
ormwtne rataUaaa daBp
pn'hv will l>e extended.
L.C.W .1.1 odeNMclfl
Hold Mtfling To
Raiae Puodfl
mj privilege to be ;
Ututlon and 11,.i .
I Deaa Irasa tht
.
. "hough he folios
II a moat mtnent men am I
Chaiiniin of thu Veati
funds ,., b^het thai he will in ever)
' ,. .iv. u) lo th* vi high n
d^nee at kJT\ nd standard -et hy hii pre-
\t.Rtt f Or I Mill; <;k \H
\ mi -
Indies ,11 Jriinaio
yeitardaj .. ,uW
for then 1
' bj holdlni
Si ptrmtwr 2C
lie gi dC tn mi ir of
'; m whether ^r ferm
nthsir .r^T.1. "a1 Chairman, oa long m snorLJ
a ,' 1, ^
K.ving (o. J.(., wm .h|i. Vii,ri .A||| ,.(. ( 1I)M,
The Rnidenl putoe M ,nd suceaai
vershy. mi 1 .,,,. |np iatrnn or ,.
smith, thought the idea of holding this parish
1 splci lid one It |g hop- Mr- II A < aff E D.
ed that the Police Band will play H-CJ a" I Mr, B. A.
I mi* or Shnrt
tions excluded such
prOmoti
B'das Pressed
In Barbadot In. Clvl
AaBDclatlon hag f"r
| establish-
Cej ion, Slei
e where Public
i- bean
set up Uie functions have been
to recruitment and
1
-
In none of them has

sran pie | .n. Co , .
msBt Of B Clvd Servn.
i,.n. and ai the fourth
Conference of h I
livtl Service A
... the Si
1 ..nd Trinidad the
-a* held in the Island in April
1950. a Revolution was passed, ac-
tcptiliK I Ki'Kional Public Ser-
vice Commission n a 1 ctlcabli
l>eginnmg towards the oreanisa-
Hon of a L'nliied Ctdrfvan Ser-
vice, as recommended in the
ill-.
It g on

sirablq, quite anothsu
how it should In- conatltu
what should be its fund
Then i- plenty ol room torebvor-
gence of opinion on the dbtalla.
I hat mere
should he agreement on the cs-
whlch are
.
Um
deads also with di*~
The (ivtl Service Asso-
111 Barbados pressed
for the IncIUM m of
H fum ttong of
inmiiwloo. and Section U
gftag. follow the Thni-
.. oa ihi uhoTt. n
Will lie not >n 9 (1 I
'.' appointments
In the Governor's
pngrer t" make although Section

n
..... <-
Bents,
ESCAPED CONVICT
CAPTURED
poa>T-iF-si v m
S*ywell (inrdon, escaped convict
hrem Carrara was captureo* at
1 pm today under a houe itt
barventUIe. two mllas hrotn Port-
uf-Spain. where he -
woman's houeg to hen for foc>d. but
was refused Hungrv. m ind
unwashed. Gordon was very much
at ease,
at the dance.
RHMMorn in TMf i>\Risn
of st Joaaph iuu ,
and Prlian
-
n k.m.i vfciah
!- 1
1
Hl^ PrOstSaV MR 1 A
Matron i'
of Oisln.T \ .
Enid Pai r.
niiit] of \ i"! i-
k Aei on An,
' He fried hei tfg.
i I
one motif
hard labour
StVMMt urns

iking on
the Goodlarkl h
niuu
ephing smd;
f> Ihank m
Weather h.


Gentleojen, 1 wan
;iu Vestry.
Hii Vcstr> is .mi aiuienl insti-
ll ha- n inaged the affairs
ol UM IhiiinIi ill.. 1. ntly and iffei -
... \j hi mans 1 :,:"' f
DtSaVaaaj 1,. 1 ,. ,-
1 .mi very anxious to ie.un and
h follow 111 the fOOtSgan ..f im
predecessors who have given their
11 ...... thought foi lha good
cork of the Vestry and for the
I M "f tra-
iling* 1 have really eoa 1
lha Ume I can
a the lateeael ol lha pen
., 1. p m any w I can in
UMJ altar lha affair- of the
human "
Lidy .NelsonM
Vrrives Here
.1 arrived
Ing ft >m


Mead of
one at Roseau
pa 1
sport

\
left foi
1
I

.. .
ugh wuu ami ahanaa
while rt*
No vuaion were allowi
rHK get off until the n,
near normal apun The
irga her oarga urrd
v
Ughtan
.ink aloneddt .hip in Itoseau
aarbaur,1' he Mid. a h .me with
tnd when the Hi
aara not]
Hiiiiga -
wn last alghl fio itnti-h Quiana
la st Vincent Oranada and

1
ABOUT
THE BRITISH COLONIB8
The Mknortaace d aa aping in to
snsaaanai r
i/e* ,s Sjo ,!.>ii(-; pnu -.11'
I
thenrsi I ucsdav in Manrh, |unc. September and nevsaagssr
lo 111 ,1
The bat !
rnaaVand recognised aui wal sub anas tsayaaj
the wide \rep hi.h I

Lo4ti O'.;(
VThtn tk* Crfld' Vance
OeTthpmmt 1'i
4/n*nH0sjgsa
MaJnuf-
.'/ tk*
('./.-shW fwpci- //
Gaaaalsi /
VravnaprTi m ik. '
Wanning 11 the S I
>r /-IJI
THE %&?. TIMES
REVIEW 01
TI1F BRITISH ( OLONIES
1
gaaansa iwuk laataaiHg *
14 agnsji rsi. 1 t:*m mi ttm aanssi ,mj n^kmaih
h. sssaasj adasM taatfls
SBMasaal An*..--,<": '
Noble Tradition

g useful ai d
to Ihe public, and I am
ppy and glad toda> to lie
tth .. t mat
plaea their time
and taanM I "f the
inunitv. I shall do
lime goes on. to take lrg.
Km ANuikWillKi.
Ill It'll... \. \! Muiilli
IHIH I -or-SPAIN Anil .11
Mi Kenneth Vblacsi
casting Ach Isei lo Ti mi I
1 '1 Oulai
l*ited to leave foe i
areond II 0
Thi. will be his '11-' offti lai rsaH
lo tfte i-lnnd.
li wa 1 it wattle
t .ill h.ild
dasvupnloiis with Colonial Dr
1 \v. '
mg Adviser of
Jamaica.

the G
'. !
No Deletion
(1) that the Commiasion
I (4) fei valla for tom-
Tbe Cenlial Con
l>e an impartial body, and; of trie Barbados Police and Plre
{!) that it mnat inspire the Brigade A BBclatkM are dsgajoiii
confidence of Uie public that thiv -ut>->riiOn "ho '
and of the Service as a deletl
whole after kaerauon
The Bill win instances, and bearing
Honournhlr Conned to-day i mind that the Police rOrce n
baaed broadly on the Blnga pUnad
nittee.
category o! itu own and governed
lovialons of a special
Police Act, wa onabn
to their request
U lit Whlthn Council
agreed that the prinnple behind
Ihe provision was sound but con-
-
lo, and vi^..... I
both Section 13 11) and (2)
Executive Committee t'nk the
i" nieinb'r Commission was nuite mi om
lib membersh.;
Executive of the Civfl S. i ei.r
A^.ociation. anH being Otai
mindful of the prime importance
of making it clear right from the
start that She Cotnmisslon ''
l>e above the slightest Buapicion
of partiality, decld.d to keep Ihe
two suh-sections ..f tail
in the Bill.
I haw no other comments on
the BUI in detail and I move
that it be read a second time.
from the Black Rod
dug up the -
' tfsrl
1
;.'*..rr"T"'!. "V" *''"" I--'"
t*"" "" 1 fa pfMUnl "o.k "t U v, .
HIS nOKXHIP M F. A M.anv-hllr I *l* f "Lf
""" .....Z'gZ&SS
unOB "' 'he *lcnmshi|.
C8 and tii.
ly for stealing a tarpaulin fiom
the Eaatwave
. < i-- paid foith-
u-.th and 111 default three month*"

C| 1 Map'.-, and Hai
1
" t wnarf
ft
si
NilM quolihj is alwous uniform
BgKI IM
torn i;n Imuin. '.....I aah Ml um Ii..i
rtvsfcrear) milt. l null) |
ol latprisaini aaad sfaaMtmb ass
r\. <\ on. M IM un.roiii.....- f[
lu KLIMi> s.iisat lag panghnj tMbJagl
KLIM add\ *br1tfeNisnl Is CShg d..htt
KLIM 11 rasnM>ae lor infaat fgisf
KLIMii !( is tfca tf(.\a\\ypntk*4 11-
KLIM ii sragocrg aadrr ilrtchiit saatrsl
mo of walah
presslon today
1
S rC.fi WFKilllM,

Sept

1 1 1 .
. (ii innum i/f i'l-Kllie.'
lot lav The riOl 1
weight of an egg in S mmreit
IS ilian Killed In
Idad Krfiilrrv Fin*
A lire in Um pumphou ;
i ... ,-
k 11.-1 Sa-yeai -old I
llalpli I'onllfcx Wfa '-
Id
. 1 .1
MAIL NOTICE
said to hue r<

Barbadt Me
hiWn n
iHt.lnth
NeLe 1
are m a
Ttie fire b l>elieved to hav
. n pump
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.
ident Is bein? mvg I
1 ypri i-
At ihe fiiM dgn of t.lititv. luck
raw ftsnnnOi one -fcr the oihrr
A* I hey .li-sohr, ihcir antacid
ingredient* are ..arrwd hy wasr
grig trsighi ro where
they're needed in four lomach.
njbn -f'ci inssU need
mm may ""' "". "* ya
tarry a lew Krnn they're
trapped *epistcly like swsets>
in your pi-iet or lundhsg.
If they don't Bring vou ir\tvt.
k'< titrr v'.i your doctor,
(rft Kti.i *i *< ihenusl
fc. DIGESTIF ___
Pennies
CLOSIIIC FOB STOCK TAKING
Wa be( to notify our customers
tht w? ulll be oloaed for our
mnnual ntoolt takinf Mondi.y and
Tuday and Hedneeday. Sept. 3
tj Sept. 5.
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IF VIM cAjm
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# o.xyi t:n BEFBi. iti'M
in thi \ 1. ii iin ihi:
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LR IS IIEIJ* VOI' overconu- your JuaisHg dilfli ullies Ue IVffJI ctmrl
your hearing Ions and lil you with Hie exacl lype of llfcAKI.M. AMI Basal
Mud H l.i wur individual need.
( OMI'I.I TI. WITH HATTKKifS and no heavier to enrrv lhan a ciKiirelle
ffMgh
(iiirntperi hy Ihe Makers afrfsssl defect in m.innf.n lure.
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BARBADOS ADVOC VTE
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER S. 1*51
BARJUDOSfirpAmOOATE
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hull..
\\rilne>ita\ Se|ileillhei
VII IIVVIIOVll IMHKM 4 ltl|>.
i 'OMI'I ISOIli
IVMIIAMI
.
on Friday la*t pointed oul
'had been oompulMT) Third Party Inaur
ance in this Island 11
ernrni
pproach the Lrajielature U i
vide companaBUon (or two childi
in when their mother
had been kill.
It further pointed OUt thai even i( there
had been no compulto
ment vehicles should have tarried ade-
quate covcragi
.i;ninv; himaa
tipe-i.
artie'
the wrong, Hne in both. He characti
the
i
I
the (luveinrnprii ihould compensate
'
thia Inosr ihinkinq which
irreparable harm In any community If
t la good 1
be compul
put vehicles en the roads ihould I
position In offi r I'"' ',. .
Il ll lallaci in i a
injured peraon has been reaponatbt
nr contributed to. hia own miarocnu i
turance of tha vehiola involved will not
help und it is equally atupid to say that
compulsory insurance will mcrea e the
rates. Compulsory Ini an the
htet thai it linn; i nurnbai ol
units for Insurai ipread tha
i- m\at ! widei area and tendi to
reduce the rates People in Barbadoa DOW
hesitate tO insure baCMHa "I tha high
rates.
It miuhi Intereal our correepondenl to
know that the Governrnenl hai under
v. " consideration a B1U to maJ i
vtrion lot a system ol compuiaory [nsur-
ance and is awaiting the tarifl ratal from
the United Kingdom.
j Fusiliers Win I2.1m.p.h.
Bailie Wild Hurricane
i
I mi: i BOW ALLAN Um hM Baae* -!> - l mi- I ..nd..n International patrol Can (. -I i.ilwri;
Park, i nan i itaa I n- irdni Hun Bj heBi pfca and luuin m ciriie con*uui <>i \mtM,- .
High CsaeaaJ loaaSa ftum MUty 4t rounlrtev all mm the world. Bate
Sasaki in.in i \\, rmiiitl Ika livltl kitihrn. i BJPKCS8
SI OUTS SPEAK TO
IIII I It RELATIVES
WAHMX.S
IT is usalaai expending hug* nimi ol
money and organism
communication |o warn people when luir
ricanea are appi
in the Caj Ik lean pla who
arc to be for fl to tha mi i -
cbm ol the disturbed elements.
On Saturda) 11 era I hurri-
cane '.v i in"', li about In tha Cai
In fact it paaaad Barbadoa sometime be-
tween 1 a.m. and 3 a in.* on Sunday. One
jfesainahip captain al tha pra-
caution to taki
almoal unaware
that there waa thl i danger In U
It is true U
warn people m Boms areas but it |
log had been i men could
have beached their boat! and Mved than
from destruction, it waa fortunate that the
majority Ol them by mere intuition did ItOl
put to s< m\, do mi Sun-
day mornings.
There is a LaUadous belief that a pub
lished warning that there i-- inn
the area might alarm people and that it
is no use to cauea ins*
la better to alarm the few than to allow
the many to be caught unawares and to
suffer unnecessary damage.
Then- is nothing which can he done to
itave off the hurricane but the N
the elaborate and expensive .system of
storm warninga is to let people la
fore it d i pproacl -
inR
I announced from Puerto B
In lay 1 mother, the fifth h
iboul 1,100 ml
'ward or
north Wi I er hnd hit
Jamaica
It IS :
i> upon us or has pa -known

it directly In il I

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week in
1
.ill. Illlt-
I
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Lak-i! Row
then

! : ...

park, it plopped

thrilled i
U lu-
ll lien hud
Hawaiian's
I
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1 U hid With ll- British
.; .
la cere-
. i i mii loos
poles and

i a (.-il Rot i Boouti


I
n. i. Id

i outh, but
That calls tor
t and the
>.
. itto r from .
11


here the


Scouts, said
i .
r
I ... i u kmdahlpa
all Iheli live*
':
wish <>f happy camping, hupp


i i up then n i
and many

Then ihe fl
ab< ut the tree-el id* i perk which
overlooks tin* lung, haay reej
Londt n.
-
ng onv o
To iiivi
Incut iduaUty, the i
Ued .....respond with then
I tech
talna i of
the Nortl West ub-
Ihe
nap and trance bw
un arch gaily pah,!- i arith anl-
mala, with half a
i-
nil Its foot
Thli iiiic,i viii.ii .*here boyi
from ..il ovt i tin i
minala ita lada
pa [to uf the irot
the fadlitta i I
mi man

li lent bank p
photoaraphcr, iwi and real tents,
i hospital, ti*'M rj
. i.. . papa .
, wouldn'l
p Arc
\: ,1 thU clip n
on Thura-
laer 1
I one ii wind up Uv
.; mp mi Friday nutht. August St.
.....NH will Im
watche thousands .. Brlk al They wll
be taken right m I
l ill -mi in" otl th- i.lourfnl torch-
llfhi proceeaton >' all i I
Ami on Septen
In .i cto
>.i ouU a ii t"" ^ '
... be. Bt
.\ m nnii expert nee* in Austru
at the rath*
.mi Un* fun thej an
: 1 :
camp, the. ahi til I havi ,
talk about.
OM
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"hanging
Empire
Nil 1> \M> ID1 VI ill UM
HKIII-II ll'li I b) Sir
i raeal B ar, CsMbridce
Date. Preei
i wed b)
B. | iMimn

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.
, j tinds as
( .lure of
\)
rolve ait
ntereetlns
Ion of the
a subject
,u. iboul "i rai gnl
i luridly.
.....I ''
; i;vnl. from
I ."1 All . nnit the
' ksminion -uni^'. Bli
now left ^i>
a link betw I
tnmonweeHh He
ll that there li not in a
nee ** Grown, imi

tf thi i! DU
(
wbethet

rouris. is
hat
i' un at i.i. :.!-!. ndnuj
trenUon about ii- nature at i
uiven timi'" This, to ttU
people, would -.-'Tii to evade the
But i. BUT*
thallenite II
04 Importance to the
development of polities] theorie
aboul the aolonlea hi discussion
on the Urltich ntlitude to fedrra-
Uort, SuKgcsttons are eurreatlj
an "I npcrial I'.n lia-
1'icnt" or son >i t d rederal
structure for the Conn
nut in contrast to the Free h
tha ..ii".it foi
tuent p its n
, v. |
. ih part through
Its own .:
I I
as I
African net

h .i : i to lion A
Sir Ernest .
.
m'haig to
alter thu
lr..... IAMBS COOPBR
aUNQSTON, Jamaica.
in in. ihe hurrleaaa Ike ut Battalion
gwvjraj rTakh Fuailian taljeaaad at KaaajBaea
arete paesjanl) BeeeseaasVeBX Some eff has Sflfl
N.itmoal Baielte man mil inakiui; Ihe Ann>
I carver win- nmrr than that: they were
hurnt-d up to a crisp.
regimant where there are so many
Joneses that they are known by the last two
ol their numbers. Jones 1M (say) was fed up
with the sticky beat day and night.
Join n the girls at the palais In
Cardiff.
Heavy smoker .1 uToan Swansea.
d hawing to pay 2s. 9d. for 20 English.
the Naafl because of a regula-
tion that m the local price might
start a black Dial Bet
And all the J lUBBd in the best
Army tradition al the spit and polish and the
...... i,
IIUMI Nl< K
It was not serious. Mainly homesickness
They felt it all the more when they found
: a : : -
vour for I. and a trick of ending
lence with man.
Then tin bun UM -truck.
town windows, closed:
everything tight
Not a soldier,
not a wife or
child with the
Regulars, was;
hurt except
a cook who'
was blown in-
to his own por-
ridge.
Their dark-
skinned broth-
ers In the
Jamaica Bat
UtLion, though
lower down in
the foothills, had their barracks wrecked, one
man killed and lix .seriously hurt, because
they reckoned the hurricane was not in their
path, and possibly did not batten down
tightly.
Alter that the Fusiliers went into action
A platoon moved to the old jail when the
wall blew down and began a search for the
convicts, some ol thVin murders known by
them to bt armed.
In the words of Company Sergeant-Major
John Macdonalti, from M.-rthyr, who has
been in the An., l:i \ ears and won the Mili-
tary Mrdnl in Burma, il was just like war
again,
I .ruled like it, too, when the
l2o-mila an-hour wind blew-just Uke that
"do" Ii Belgium whan Jerrj was ihelling.
aid Waa isolated. He and his men
Had to hack their way through 19 miles tit
blocked ruads.
But at the end he was still swinging his
cane With UM polished knob, and each man
was neat in shorts and blue-grey stockings,
with brass gleaming.
Despatch riders tha War Office calls them
w, but the Commanding Offi-
cer. Lieut-Colonel H. J. Johnson, D.S.O.
M.C.. still uses the pre war I)on-Rsfought
their way through to isolated villages with
news that food and shelter were coming.
Just like liberating a town in the old days.
The Ki. ig with just one oil
drum and then aCfOUOging as only British
uldiera can, lugged 60.000 gallons of water
once on a gun-carnage
when the old thiee-tonner would not go
through.
GAV1 UP TENTS
They ran Held kitchens, opened clothing
e up their rations and even
their tents to the homeless.
Some of the troops became mayors of tent-
towns until the Jamaicans learned what
Uons has to say about the
il camp life.
All the time the Fusiliers kept up their
spit-and-polish parade ground neatness and
discipline and found that it had its reason
It kept up morale und made sure that the
Jamaicans did their share of the work.
Governor Sir Hugh Foot praises the troops.
md Government leader William Alexander
lit: lover, lays : "They
U an b u i"
aim 'The British soldier ir.
when he is doing a job the'
have a Httling phras*
for it "Darn .her dere did a
|wandaiul fob obar d.....nan."
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Fur I if > i PurptMf
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THE RAIN IS FALLING
THE GRASS IS GROWING
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whatever

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people oead pi ft
What in thi re to Ik- gained by
* political

Wi i dlan poliuca?
I UM ' neral political struc-
ture great l v weal
\.- the gains which

labour, liable to
.-i.it con-









In

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Il must K aatahllah
iMnir. to on
. no in attain i
i rrfwtiod
f trial an I
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the shana)
lion.
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but some fertile mlmls in Barba-
dos cup* system or

n its arclii-
:'! be given to lay th
ni properly,
I
rrnmrnl ha-i ever been :
In this world in five
that disturb"* us

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Council Pass Pioneer Industries Bill
From pa** 1

The Few Paaata
First.
It prubi>
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and pioneer Industry specified If)
with affect from sum
Kid that !..
-us might
Ml
short Tm

n.s in which to work
mental .- nied tt> knojv if the
ntglifibM B :..rv emdd
Is no lonitrr ine raw and n hiin on Ihc nwllrr
Ihe 11 mi Me law < Wiii.d "-..Tr-
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Ul the Jamaica hill. Ii
liaJtad m ivuti hut had
paaaed. Now tl
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POSTPONE RESOLUTIO \
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AFTER i debate laatii one haai ml 73 mlnutei mi
,.i ii..-
. A no tui thei than reporting
tier,
Mr. D. D. Garner (C) moved that prograei be reported
and his motiun was carried by the majority vote of twelve
to two, Mr. Adams. Leader of the House. In sevund.:
':.m. said that he did so in order to maki
ther inquiries
Mr. \*Mtm* ii.i aajd thai in- that lhe> would
He u
the i idei ii ihc
lo
later In II
lUtlblr r. C. Hn'MI M* DO
any daU-
or Si.auo.
Mr. Mmn I .* oral
la that the m
Oovei run had been mt
Hero made at bxal tlrin* ol tnan $6.111111
what would lie Dm price of m id doa
suitable car. He pointed out thai "<
,, conditions had chaniied since Ihej
TV- ,*t "" *> the figures and motor Mr.

The addendum of the i
pointed out the way how ported, Qoverrirnei
the Bfurea iiyinj an
car which wa
i enough and could be bougr
Mr ayi () aald thit he wai i HM i
in agreement wild the CJuvernoi
hl. havtaa ftecar, but the H
ndertag whether any pion- toM that the pn^enl (lovemmont
M -in the Wcmtvof the """'>' wanlh I 7dSa
uorTwould hi Sf* ""' !,, ,, -non he Mid was
water m a rait> lam 'he fiscal survey Is made In an- c'Zz **'<. w wa >
. | c:,s, ., n ... ..,..,.i
:v ,S Insulted thni- Mr. Arf.m.
chupcr to lift the ttl U KM
lit- uiiKntRl II,.,-. ti,,,,. St. An.ircvi was (Ohl mail III ,,,.,, ,.'
VM r.mlndirn him that what 111. ,|p ii,.-ll 1, .....
Ih. IW ... , r,v, A .
h, ..ul,l b, made until the tlK-nl .,. ,
would be neat. '" ,
encouraging m ' 'he Bntahed Mr. Hayaea said thai hli polnl -
Tr. |t was ti hoo or
.1 ! $78,000. the resolution should be
same as lh>
duead t* nie Hon*ble me Colonial Socre-

of mis Bill int rrom Income
l all".' hvo
against from thr
markets .

\y small
"ild like to see ;
"" !; ... woear supply h.
r I. v thl '
offerlni

been dri
I
(Bncoui ai i
pi. ---- "
i.
I
ns which wire contained
from the I
felt that without then
Had Roads Threaten
St. Andre* Parish
U in >v i,i rSON .it yeeterday'i n < uni
'.,l.',
., di plot
: .uns which
*
1 I.- lion hie Colonial Secretary protnl
thai lie wou
d Traneporl end the B:
I
Hob hlr Mr HwalM
i to the IlKiueandi
.... .
Boll iimi will be k
t evci Ihri

hapiH-ning.
ll i
i ah thi
<- Imported to assist
product. In H
I ico he knc\v there
...... r
Ith
ide until
i-
that the n
hen it was bfOU


Council


ihere !.. w

1

heavy

;
. |
! .
.; .1

I I
1
It



nd I am
Secret
,. '

prnent u
lh< have, Mul I bo i
S A ii.i'
Mr. Al.urr (Ll laid '.Hal ha
104 | ,v. strongly ob i olutlon
was passed and .Is when the House
Ihlrri iwiilin. .....I .---------
time called for $7,200. he said, and
T'l.f Hon. 1 H
bad ixpraoMd
< should repot
he suid I
motion in the hope 'I
MUM
U
Ived nt b) the I
Mip|M-r\ Craeaini
.
pioneer Industl
beli
U I 4 i .1
fted the i

plan!. Itc
;
No ( oiiiinent
. ..
Bftyaea Tdk Of
St Aiulren Koads
I IIAVN'KS. Ji.:
ordaj

em
en ueci ior *!...*'". lie :-.i in. ."in ,. i, i I ,
ted bj all part.
it bv $600. The new resolution wa- ""'""" *
. ihi which Mr. Crawford aald
th-.n the amounl Ih. Introduetii i of ihla Ri
,!i!v of the nwmber of the to provide the Ooverno.
House agreed to. $7^00 Btatc car as Illustrative o|
He aald that the Adn.i tratlot i I
1
mi of what i
bori are one or lo
hleh i think I should

i hi the Othet

ile at I.
hould mem-
Slult. l.iiilipineill
ie necoa
*ary staff and equipment, men
ild i-e taken
t nut done, ihere
trouble In

Morgan Lewu Hill wa
A

now. The in kdge at Laki


ih.it there .- no tone i
and lha n be taken
a ..ml ttMl entiie itafl
put on me joi> In an < B
nave what can
ii" k i hia.non aid l tn.nk
thank .. II-1 "bhl Mi
me notice
incU to-oa> ..i
I . rteo on |hc situation iii
SI Andrew due to ttn
that the
ASTHM\
How to case the sfmin in 30 seemms:
IV'HEN oh. tiot AadMM make* ye
" pHp ft* breath,
tablet tbppcd m '
Mraui quK krj
ber,n n dm BS
constiiui*! i:.
Aiiluiu *
Bphajooe caosaaw armral
genii wake
gem. U-kn M
btmkdual Baal >>mthinc.
The IV N dUraj w it.kci.
nothuu: iiv the
anndk Baa
PM nmaj . ..
Iwsfasacpa tuppl
fORft'.'' MtCMITO TftKC
BJQ2 .IZB
I-i *i
%0*
SHERLOCK
HOLMES
siimuii vmnn
>
....


...... .! Cllllllllt ll
if the St. Alii:"
to floods and land

.: g who i
i rnmeni should
lilt] "' < \vrullng the
King i. in St. Simon*:
n through the Vail i Carl
from th.-u- tit v.
t This he put
I in trie even)

I in- p iriah uuuUi
changed the resolution whi
passed by the majority of the
House, and In us much l it wai
he tall thai the House
should have the powei I
don i ii beei r
'hut
.
. m in the fon
1 do BOt propose to i.nnmen". on
the OHM "
which an i
succinct!) i
..
add that, whtli the K
.

LI
la eoni
,:!.:',:.,,,:,,.;"!;,v -ss: ,c
l.,: from lh.it- "*
Seion of th,
ample ..f htm ,asv n || for the
divide and rule.
"Down tliiough the .wars when-
ever the Colonial OlTVi h
8
Not only h. |V Mt'\,
HBl la'J I i" .ll|,|' I.. r..H .....1 .V. ...
god
Hon
ntd


hfa .. mud and water wnJ
,. verj -iii'j'''
.
v. ,.
' 1 think it deplot ,, r
mvone t.. live in Barbado in '' "
iteful
ConeervatlTa iTitefeiti
led tins cotiotn f"i I
. .
re change > to provide it To-day, when i about it
i i i cousstr/i l
aid willing to do
,. i -,. ,| | He 11 ol trUi Mi n ti In ordoi hi i imq lh< ill Las) Fl
.... ravoui -..... .,. Ind up v.rj long,
I ihit'tho onunistrotion in the nope that.
Arimlnlati .1 mi mm I hi t *euld 'he occasion arise he will :. few months a|
'";' ,' 'i L,'\ ., noi be complete!) unmindful i
Ihe policies ..f in. Oovernniei
1
Ii Hon'ble Mi Hutaon
has ikon
me altuaUc i
tei to ttn
] etiee of hunt m.ilil.
mi i the awneral pubUi
Itw lion Mr t Maodal iaeraewi ,
:.a;d | Id I .iteful lO j
he Hon'ble Mr Hutaon fot bring ,
t.i lll> .
id I would nut1.1
ere tiled i*.,,t-. clash with those Inten it

Adam.
ed
notionshould b
proper ouv
., without thr *'
two
Audi
I
: that matter

Mr
had
which wa
... not thi
n then.
said that the (louse Mn'eover. It is an op l
. token reaolutlorl l'li" "" ,nr '"lasion of Hie list
Hi
i:ie, uon thi i
iu pu .
tional v
rials in the colon} opei

'hi"
: s-"lS.......
bout in yi
d that was when tnc Labour Party at thi
pot
.

WO i "''
I
Hon'ble m< H
IIf they wanl
-aid have Vj-yjfoj
He told of ho
I'le"
men! ha
not

M
1 ii rw -
muiiit
we ft,^(
development I
'
tloahlr l)r. A. s. dale
it was agree, i I -----------------------
live thai __ ,_ ..
I he-'(afunless Km-
i of the
lull t.. whh h i
to know
'
made by which the tern

majority in the House. Tin ---------
' M........n It.-
i St.
Government got ;. major. CftrsetWDi
fahle that at th
~late in thl eciiistmitu |
nt of tl


i
... lot Of High..


m that ..uly two
, threi wool
the Coum II to deal wlui a
i.koIuUoii for fun
lha Director ol Hlghwaj
i p......d
lion- u.. bridge work in
Andre*
even i
i i
I. olutlon at thai llnv

I

I upon ns
:
1 but
I. I -"
said th.it the I
I ancd.
< Iriiniii-rlain
He said thai Govern
the lower brai
rltlng increases in thei
eorr
it of living


ibber-etamp
this saddling
with tin
pli ,. the Dritii
rncfuurate with Ihe t and th
He 'I""'1 l,m,ci'
Colaaaal i oats
i
..IT I.a
I

lion . n i ralya


1

Ihe resolution be poatpo
live

I
ill] Hud,a
luthoritles
. i to .ti afterward
are.
Mr. llayaea aald that he would

mi Member for St Ji <
if he could wind it along tha
i that he
Uirew out when he (Ml HayiM
Hrst spoke,
Mr Allder UV i
ponemenl al the
and the Hon. Jun
I ,i ill that up to 1I7 the i
a id that 1
works i
ol St. .'
thin Ihe i naglne e road of U
m tin I'.-;.- 7
.f the Qovernor on
.I, that 1 . aconded-
wtuch had be uoeed to traffle Mr. Matties. (B) aald eeiiH. but before mat bill bad ;i, i aartlei rosoUrUon foi
.I, ,,. |, if. lUSOd many traffle jams j;;.,,
a.-
' k---------------------------
IN Tilt: LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY
-'
a. root U I
notko of the
The Oppc?ntioii then agreed, hi
eld, to token -
their Leader expressing the viev
feur. In order to prevent Ihe Gov-
ernor's empl'iyniK MM Now tha'

. i,- ii thi foci lulatlun ui
Goveri
Kraukl ROW
divided up with a
Assistant Secretary "
, %,,.^ r> ,. tmenl with ti"
uon oi the colom
it tin
....
state oc- both the '" a,1 O loma Secretary."
Arllinr
llovlr
% nniiii
No
1
Hue
I
B
Ann i.
Ht.in.es and ft \\
ibovi
I the


m; iiavi ii vi
1DV0CATE
STATIONERY
IL

ti Just I rrirfil!
FRESH SHIPMENT OF
1*1 III.\ A 4IIOUS
ALSO
I I HICK I I.IIMIIS
Hi. Jason Jones A
.. Ltd.ObtaflwHtt.
,.
i hm .
I
\ Boaestron
Ho had been to*
outside U
c nn ii iq amend -
would throw out tin

;

u
ll'bie \ i Oak
bill wa "rulSS
glad lo

" ii "
IVrhaps aon
might hi
COUNCIL
HOUSE
'

'
- I
II <.<> .
i.i (ji*ir in* sum or
ISO00 it *i-j- dlipoUl i,1 'ii,. (.'.. I,.
itrr .. -L-oplnncnl
.-' Frl I. Curmii.
. --TV r*timl
.. 31. ih*h form 1h chl-
llnolul.oru
l<
ibI ol Uw Oov'tt'ir
m ran i
I .pplr-mmli .
II. wloch linn Ih*

an lo pta*
'

'If WhKl-
. -,.., __
that it was pas gsll laOtuhO an a. i w -woium*
l.ibhsh PHI

1


4 Of th.

who Is pion<^r f



ri|

-
i
"Let o
.....i irnall colon]
lik. this with that of tin G
of a big American Stab
-The Governor of mini
-
s m the wo;
total aj air veo m ol |1 I
000 only pays it 00*01
annual mlarv of $ll00
Ith ., revenue of fWno.-
, W|ar> of tH.500. N.w
.u*n*rat. York Clly itself With a si -,,. ..
in*ni oi ot|,v Jf. rmn $2a.(l0fl
Hut in this lltlli
x 4 place, With a one-crop

_. ,nr ..round $10000.000, wi
I salary of $14,440. In addi-
tion, m give a duty allow
-I.BOti. we have now ago
light wif
,.,i .( ! i .. tOnl
'' '! 10 per cent, of thi
1
".an eolon>
ns a Stay ins fWld like this
R*tM>ltilmn to pl.ii ',!- -. "I
ih* supomI ol M rrawfoni said that hi
!T.^i
, 'his resolutio-
.hewn m um st.ppi.M. i rlmlnal waste ol
" ,h* Only last week, he said


i
Furnishing Fabrics by
LIBERTY
A new nd I
<.f the mOSt
rial. Th'- Dank I
tea of rruaUty
see thl l"V< rj I
to
Ml. ASm- l.i'l
Tli^ < I".
Aii.i-Uilni.i.t. Nil 7 OrtSM
I .!! nlvinw f<
II.- *v m.'.r- of a I
, i.r Or l:.-.-ablHhmnt 'Gvnpiall Art
No 1 br
. .
'.mi day ol Auiuil mi


I.vifl
rrtor. in I
IBMSI N., H
Srhnlitl* I" 'o- RaaotaS
I
amend Oi* old Ai.
Thr llmiw p.-sa
Iii Ih* prot*na,
ol
mil IS "*
: AH, ItU
he l^boul IM-pail
i
,. i t., ires Ii tea
f a PublW S*rvc*.
nialtvli liKid*nlal
rt"f.d HM HSapSaatsal -'.
Act. IBIS.
jnn-1 In* 1 ii^"..ii*t.|ili
Hmiih rilm.i Ad ISJ5
A Bolullon K. applov-
thana* bv maMlWs of
a parrrl ol land mituaWd In -
parrel "I land ih* piupent .. M.<

A H~l.itli.Ti Ii. art
'-!> No puitfiry a*
s. hub I
1 besan ron*id*iallon irf
llarbado-i Ln Acl. IStf



.r, Ui* pa
bit ion
I
I '
education in the
And the reasons for

rted to the <;
that his

order to cope
I the schools Th"

# on race 1


^o

CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd.
11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
HOPPER
BICYCLE
?*.. ituittuHfs foi \mi t i.ni.
H'hitr l'.,rk Ko.'id,
'I IUII i I....... >" -
I HII.K IKtl
i ui*. in ATEH
ii.m in VII'
h\H.iiis ihiii. shhii:s
v*,.>,*,*,*,.v*,*,*,*,0'..^v^^


NX
l:.\KR.WM>K \DVO< \TE
WF.M4ESDAY. s PTKMKI K

BY CARL ANDERSON

Mr
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
/( W-ATSTHE
~0 SET NO. OUT OP
--09E IB'-- CENTURY.
Ci.OTA\u3 STOCE W.TJOl-T
STAltTN' A e or 7
BLONDIt
BY CHIC YOUNG

THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
---ktC TMf OOMtBS COT THE
cod iwr wet up a* b*vbol. _
*PE BSKNG OIT TO OUJK) UP IACy
CP&X IN THIS PM?T C* Tt CDUHTC
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
RIP KIRBY
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
rHE PHANTOM
BY ALEX RAYMOND
PENTALUX
GLOSS FINISH PAINT
FOR
EXTERIOR
AND
INTERIOR
USE
^NTALUX
GLOSS FINISH
'ui. rro"'
SUPPLIED
IN A
WIDE
&
ATTRACTIVE
RANGE
OF
COLOURS
Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young
li 24 tain
u httdr C* imp"'- blood. Hl-
TVH li*iirT I* ! t
LMMM #. I- -Oli"T -
Hi, .* W| *---' itf'riunu ft4 !
w-*1b nkiM >icour lo t*"-
- n*t ft MrN AmI* Ml A* iiw'i '
tea M*n pro4 bf tkouMnda in A"'"
ltd liiUw.dMHbatad by che-t *-*-
KBdr fOtrUtOT of aall back. Vi-To viKl M^W J*
'imlitl "
kail. Yi- an " 'V! .'"ia"!!
7| M L c<-i lull*, i"l il>.
Vi-Tabs st*"" ""'"
<-.::::'x
X
THE VEKY BEST !N PAINT
AI.VAIII i: AT ALL I I MMM.
iiAitikii mi sroiu.s
FOR THAT I
PAIX I
s.lN THE
HECK
SACROOL
TflB WONDERFl'L
MMM
for Mm .....
On Sale at
KNlfihTSDRMISTORLS
~-
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW
Tins VIM CLEANSER 24 2"i Tins CON. MILK
Tins VIENNA SAUSAGES (4 oz.) 38 M Tins KOO PEARS
Tins NESCAFE (4oz.) 91 M Tins LOBSTER
USUALLY NOW
33 :
71 M
69 *
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Bl*H VUSU fO li-CIJ
/lr# taiatory
Hfttn !
Stake tome Harpic into the
bowl kwfa owM^n
flush. It-
Cd Marpu's* thorough action
fleam, dMnfacu ind del hole em n*n wktre
no tu\h
llarpic' is sate t>> iiw in all Imal"rics,
including ihirse CfJBI .-Hid tit nyifc Unki.
THE SAFI LAVATORY CLEANSER
y^MALT VINEGAR
| Try rVe -
V Its Brewed from Malted Barley
NOW! Dental Science ReveaU
HOOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATINO
IS THE SAFE, EFFFCIIVE WAY TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Dental Cream
am"1
>EE THAT YOU GET-
ROSSE &
LACKWELL
f.fNUIHF MALI VINLGAR
T. Geddi Can) Ltd M. (MOWM
BY i-iiiiliuvK
Far toathrr
at vrvru ralanr
l( clean*. prescr\cs and how it
DOthlm! All jour rciailcr for Propcrt's.
qVER7"J Nothing el^c ll quite the MUM* W.u.h
the difTercnce it nukes to vour shoes?
PROPERrS
H 41 I i R R .% >l
" Stamina, strength and
appearanceall outstanding'*
soy MtHortstt and Trre Supphen thkt.
fV W*l rubtvr ii Wider, Ibilcr irt..!
QMgatt. man ihmk- am |Hp , ro.i
The iirprowd All- ifc ItanJiooie hunrcwJ
.h T"?d idlh ptwM* pio-
>(*r nop* mini *". "d m*k(
rmj direction of >ornerin| nesdtrr
*jd ihroufhoni ihe iht> jrow've ever
i>ft't taiffcf life known
INSIST ON GOOOTEA* ItWI
7(7 C goodAear
.y-.-; -
CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD.


WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1M1
RAIIIIADOS lliVimri
CLASSIFIED ADS. JTSSSUCgSSKS Bad Road* Oar Purchase
- ---------srssJSS-----"- srssJBW?' -~*~ rlimiltn Resolution
, are *alk __________------------ o. n .
P \l.l -HIV
UD lo :u -M NH l^r 4 for ,. h M ,m Sw.
JdiUtitfl .okI T.rtr* l ftuHM UN u^. ef-T\-
J. mm
KEAL ESTaTfc
VOTUF
St. Andrew Postponed
DIM)
AUTOMOTITE
I i In .1. Vtiiii,i D IS.'I at her
if Hun*. Qiim Vkuki R<-.d Bi>*
Hal.. II MkMti Mildred Rtidota
Rrid Hrr fui.ar*l J-.v in* above
rr Weiitrary CMwwr)
FrM R.,d iHueband' Cecil sad
Vernofi rifimni S II
Ull>f On VpumMl tth ISM. H nn
reii>nre RoSTt* Tnantry "it
Mrfha*! Uy Yard* Hit (.-*r.t
Imvm lh* above reaiaVnc* at M
l> at tadav fur St Barnabas Cnurrh
D*..*!*,.. Crlr. mil* and Ir.i
V.rde Dapi-i.e St llm Anita
Uorr> J <;."ili' King
'Ctldf*n llSI-ln
.JIOCK HALX CT-AMTaTION. I
>* pad | |
mWi am
l" i Millm

Ralph A
_,_, "-U far th* */ood.n bt.il.im* uaaj a<
.', ,, ' mo*-, -rfct .1 the imMiw
' I I F.t-ad. era***.
M_a.,l "" Th* t..ii.iifif ,< a twt
CAB -On*
sood candi
r..i>'7. r.L
h. affa.
D out >**m auu^tof n tw* rood*
Una at Military Road. B.-h iia.i.
MWbaol InapacUa., on application
1 .n*a i
MM alone- ii. .at
a lldla*;
.. aaj t Hi skbbi try Ci*ik
St Andre* 4 t ll-JB
Saloon lormern
I Cr,ela*i Oarage
M Apply to Hw
4 !3f
n*ur* M t II
rn nnhpr pa>
Mfel .!> lo.
HVTOI04
TIIANKS
litllll TH* ". 111- f.io.lls DM IhTOUgn
ut return lhanki lu all
IMh kiiHl Iriend* who ariit cabin.
wr*alhi. kpn*r. card* of rofwlOaan-t*,
Of in ar> < ay fiprrarl IhMr
.impalh. I. oi MM brrrawi>,fi.t
iruouafl tM death of Vvonn* Ovid*
GOVEB.NME.M NOl'llES
CAR-On* rhrjal*r Rn .1 Car In ftnl
rtaa. ord*r .iu mnk* an MMtaM I T...
Appif Harold Weal hrr r.rad t v Drvxr
Uralh**h*od l.tmlird 4 I 51 t I a
CAB On* VaLMbal! IB r|n, p^l,
lOMSaOaa, Uk, mw. rtvona Mil. |. H,
Itinrh or < Cjrtl Stoat*
Public Official Sale
To* P-....I ktaraaar. *rt IM4
.1t^i |m
<*n Td*vl*r II.* lllh day <.l "Vpia*
'ia,p. |M1. at lh* hour l 1 ckxrk I
i"' of*.,-,!, .ill b* *okl pi rn* unV
| M IM hih**l IwMrr tor an* urn B
"'"*ar Hi* apairwad >il*
1 All thai .MB.I, pir,, l ta>id Out
CARImmadUl* d*Uv*rv cvcuodltioi
foul ltrln-1 Nrai-al .-ff*t |l.nm Hrr
Hiln fcawten Coi1a*. Manor Card'
31" 3 II
Tho uno>*>Un*d will oiror for *j|*
pUUK .omprtlliun M IhMr Offlt*.
IT Ilia. Hr*-a rldi.town. on Ki((Um ,...,, ,-., b. i-.u-raito- J.TII lit* 14th dar o( 9*pt*mb*T. 1MI a j'at* al Rail*r. p^a in lh.
- ,l -"' m ItHM) and boundind i
m* i-r-ai^trd D**II!nhou.* Brutwr. M. Porrorrlr B| Donald William- b
J "COKI8TQW. mllh tli* land aMtaH ow .-I /aapaa A T., lh* mam* ttatidi and lhrf*to bflonfinx "" '*" "' * Ooodndd*. ,u> lani'
coniainiag by dmauumnBlt t,ajjf rMlb of lh* *.utr of nc Mar
wjuarr npat or UiarhMbouta, Ntual* at '''"'" d*c(pai*d' bi/> > Mali
Chamtxn. and on the
*V -BaTllU* Whh t, I rjH-
MM Pin i ui -unpiv
"TM- iul labuur waste.1. Tfip
Ml JpplH> k. ttMVT*!
I hep*, thai if any work L
nt to bm dona ln si Andn-w
a amount of tima to rarr* ,u;
' -""'-U m ' . :v ih, ::.!<
k'*" I.1IW
H-a'W. J v Uaha*.
"nlrl Uhb3 support thr ttatytwa
Mr. Hutn atnl ir* ramks h.-
'aa.mad. with recant* Lrj Ha
Lff '" ^tttiw hi Si. Andrew
< file I cannot
# tram fifr S
Jrbnj i .
I
Ph.
uUli
"n dti*i. (Juj
.i i.nmu .,-
BB1TISH Gl'lANA BRANCH
HKI'I'lMI Kl II (ROSS -tM It i
I'rni-.-.- I h/.i" tli i:. <
('ih.i-m.mh Hamr Tti
t'hltdrrn. (irorfrtown
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITKI)
for the (ollowmg potts to De jvail-
gole in lha Convaleecrnt Home
for Children shortly to be opened
in Georgetown and catering for up
lo thirty children:
() MATRON. A fully qualified
Tuirse. preferabU B.R.N., mt
lias hud previous experience in the!
running of a children** home.f
Baltf) SIOO$120 pur munth.i
resident, with uniform and laun-j
(b) SENIOR NUHSE. ChUdt
nursing and child welfare cxpen-
enc necesary. Salary $60$80
I ti month, resident, with ui
and laundry.
Write, giving age, full detail* of
naming and experience, plua
copies of at least two recent testi-
monials, and statins; cU-uily which
post is being applied for. Out-of-
town applicants should enclose a
recent photograph. Applications
to b-- addressed to:
THE HONORARY SECRETARY.
Children's Convalescent Home
Committee.
Red Cross Headquarters.
Eva U'ary. Georgetown.
British Guiana.
2 9 512n
BRITISH CARIBBEAN
Cl RRFNCY nOABI>
Rites of Commission far the latntt
and Redemption of l*Tirrency Notes
Section 1 (11 (b) of the
Currency Aet. 1950
ATTENTION is drawn to the
Defenca (Control of Drug and Pa-
tent and Proprietary Medicine
Prices) Order, 1951. No. 15 which
Will be published in the Omcial
Garetlv of Monday. 3rd Septem-
ber. 1951.
ISSUE Sevan-six lean tha per
centum.
REDEMPTION One-half jkt
centum.
And in addition the cpH of ">
leleitnims itfal by the Board or by
the Crown Agents in connection
Ihi'U-with.
L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Curlbbeufl Currency
Board
1st September. 1951 .
3 9 512n
Th* fu;iow ui*. i-jr in aaasaatn
dllMn i DodS* dial,,., Sedan
.Jii* abac.liit*i< A-l. a,C0 m. Vt
Mvv.in II hj. I .TOO 00. IS** ||
I.TflOUO. 1PM-47 HUluian I,MS pp.
Frofoct TW ut Coir J. Co Ltd. I
Piobyn SI OH* JO ^
imh AoaasM n*ii*%i;i*. si MSmum
In.prcUon b> >ppoi>un*>i with Mr.
I. L Topptn. Mb Avenua. Dial IT3S
Tor furthar partK-ulara and condition
Of .al* apply lo
--------- I'OTTLE, CATFOBD CO
a I___________" Mtn
ixhaU Th utdc-iiinrfl will ufl*r for ulr at
llman IpuMK compollthpn at Ihrir adjaa. No.
Ford | 17 lllil, HifaH, BrldKclown. on FrldaT.
lav A thr Tth da. of S*f>Unibai. 1MI, al f
.. P-nblK Moad, *
>* Road Brnl*t,.. i, tnartli*i ant:
*. Dw.lliim It,,,-.. Utiildinga. A.'.
. Tl -holt piop.fl> apprai*d lo FOt'l
HKH'SAND SKillT IIUNIlhll) DO:
l.Ah* iHMNi
Allarh*,) (ton, A It Muaaaj A sal.
iKn or* A TTr-r* <( W A John*..,
>*pc**aad, tor ana toart .ti.fi..,
*'
~U hu
br paNl un d<>
T HttADITY.*
Provo.1 Mai-lai
land* and
by
ELECTKICAL
- snr,
adm*aaur*- ] __
Hi'-....I, i.L.
OBtri*ATO 0,v DC U*.K-.ali.
'Hrr NO Vona li, rVftorl Woe km
audition Pticb roaaonabl* Apply t
S Cav*. Small Hupc HI Join.
aTONITL'KE
rtlRNITlTRK Ot larg* pa^
POULTKY
m*nl (UI aquar* to<
I khd th* oal-billldl _
on tha g*a. at llaauiuii. Chrlal Church, j
i : M.I.I Royal
U>ip*t-lu>" ai day *>c*pl *iiT*frf
bttwacn tha hours of 11 noon and '
rot furlhar parMcuUn. and coadjUont :
,01 ml* applv to -
COTTLJi. CATFORD a. CO
m %vi>i
IIKI.P
liOl'tf MAID With noa.lodg* o
l km Appt. Tli* I'alni. CI,*-j.ilU.
4 t : >r>
I Th* und*raln*d will (
. publlo rompatlllon at tl
u. iinh !*,tr*ii. an
th. I4tli day of S*pta
Offlr*. No
Pisaaj
Ml. al a .IS
Lh.v'K-. hi.
Hraj rssnipamrm th*
T1IE COTTAOfc 1WT SHOP, .landing (
M)jn qiiar* tort of land, adjoin! n (
llmbiido. Aquatic Club, tofrthrr ,
i tl.. Uoodwill and Aa**t. M th* I
n. .-arrl*d ,m undrr
rad.....
Daai i
i s 51 >
MIStKIXANKiH'S
Wadiv-
TlVESTOCK
M'ANICL
I-i.nlnj Mm
'liom- MfM
PI'I'HIIS- Fur
abo\r M
INSMCTION O*. Manna .
da,. and mdaya. bHinn Uia
'* and p m on appin-atioi
Tim fiirthm paillcularv I
ft -al*. aa-M to
COTTLJ:. CATFORD Co
31 S M lln
AUCTION
MISCELLANEOUS
Gl*..
WaUr^oloun.
Autosraph
Shop, adjolnlnr Ho-
ld Jiwru. fln* Stlvat
brly books, Mapa,
at Gornr<|pa Antigua
Yacht Club.
n... i
tiaal
rv. prica
T T N
FLIJ.KI-
klnda i",i:
I HHl'siiLS- No, ahlpmeni. all
l*r Bniahaa includinf latdi**
ib*. n-nri nmtlacomba. Tooth
BniMlM. Dantal flat* Hfuabaa,------,
I* Rruihaa. Balh ah-irfhu. Comb
Cl*an*r. Manwur* Rruiha*. Powdet
Uru.h*.. Floor Scn.ta, Til** Bowl
Bruiha*. and many olhen
H y CHEJRBMAN . CO LTD Mlddl
treat, Dwtrtbabjri. Dial 1113
11 ii-
HMtonal Anil*
e\ mitiucHon. r*cciv*d from Iht-
Kina'a aolicllor 1 will Mil by puklu-
auction on WrdnvMay nut Sib 9pl*mb
in 1 p m on th* apol at McClran Land,
iMc II v It and B i II with kitrh*n
tl-* aakl BHansins) lo UM r.ian- of
Dr. .-ill* Alberttn* Cart*r. deed
D-ARCY A *COTT.
Oovprnrnatit Aition**r.
It SI -In
" M ''' :i '. I -.. ...t I h
**" ,n i; isjcfan .mo
.an assure thu c uncnl that Mr.
Me not t x-aucrau-.t the
-iiion in hht ivmarks.
i am vtn ..,.! , |,0-l ,nr
n Ne oaaoiuai Rsssretaiy e,w
tin- ,i-.-iii..iL,,. thai ,.v,., J ,i,in<
which can U- it,.,,,, will l, done.
1 would like t,t btrvsa that ii is
f very great importan. -
j pmn-n. that laaTMl rtafiRHsj paaa
i i ...i niulated and MM just to
nn from place in pl.uv ,iiins -
1 'II* bll of road.
If w do not decide on u
it-finite plan, we would be |ul
tlirowmg awav money ami time
r is of grciitiM import
U much of this work as ea,
wn: be done immedtatcl
thegaj are great prospects in the
dining reaping season for anothei
I. rge crop A.- St Andrew .slays
HKakV I am afraid there would be
no crop, at nil in St. Andrew
, the m;i]"iilv of Cl
fl u in-H'S-ibli' io tfi-t imiu-
|hf factory ,ui(i
i in'* now. il wonl.i be nfwnpalle
ly imposMhlt to i:.-t
li M^eiown.
I ho|x- vnini-thlnR WOuU
gone in the mi % ruMr future"

lbs
ii,
-il n Of
teachers i
hej ^ ui i indji,
Hl'icationHl fltandard 0
island.
Mr Ujlratl il) -ant as long as
-ixreed with the pnn-
cipep of the lesulution wlien the
mat a loken resolution
>r time ago they
POUafl Uaan KVepI th'
sawtutton Me r.-li ih;t laaTJ
iiouiii then atria; ei>;.ti
mount of m me\ Involi
ut on the principle of the raWH
gflfaal
'
0 Bnd ihe axpanai ( the
Ear to tin. Qovai
': think thai the
.-vt QovtBrrm r goinsj to t.>k<-
hen it ||g
\ii Wakotl said that U
. i tha vat him i
. a ill .igice to ixmlponementt U
(eel Ihc coal i> ton I
Mr. Garnet ! ,
1 rogreas be lafaaTlatl
SHIPPING NOTICES
HARRlSOiN LLNE
l.ITWMXIi FR4-M llll I Mini RISC.fMlM
. ^ I ..
S a HOI Al;
- S SCI FiTOR"
M rHiHMMAN
London
B
imil ,\
30th Aug M-h Sept
early Sept Mid. Sept
1H)VF\\ \RD TOR THt I SITED KINGDOM
IVsafl For
Ci'oiva in
"trhfldn.
s STl DIN!
^s AfiVISER
. Liverpool
i.,.:t.t-',:
tth S?li
. i n
1 liiinintjtitin ipplt to . ,
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.Aft**
Cunudtun Natinnal SteumshipH
WAN'TCU IO in *
Iron haikuaadt Springs. OM>
Coun-hn lr*t-m-> OIM*<*
Mirror Pumn. (IikrhdH, -
-*.. Machln*- 1 I
itrr*t Dial apaa
Ha4JB0UR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
IMl iSIVIOUi IORRT, W* >r*
iiiitiurled by th* hiauran>* As*nt> lo aoll
bv Annum thu vphitl* whlt-h haa b***>
Oin-ased In an accident Sa>* al Couruny
Oaiar* on Friday 7th SWpl at lpm
JOHN M BIADON Cn
riaul.lv,, DR. Hth
Roaaran*. S*n I ,,.-ul*>
Marion Brll* Wolf*. M V
Daorw.
......i..
no,.
UMMrT MAJOR' Con.
ii. k .ii.M.iuttiy Kieid st* i n.inirw.nk
From a tow pack** or I'MMBT MAJ..II
voa can caraitruM Hwihn. Htoras*,
FlsHiri-i Shvlvine. Troll*yi. Frunwa for
L.bi UiiiMinm acaaotdlna and *.'-
llSSful aquipmom Available Prom Btock.
I r MiraaoK son a co ltd
for nic.vr
linlnum rhars* ussft Tl c*fi
<-ifa SuHdapa H taorda u*
dr 1 mil a word ***4
IMHK THE SILVER
HAMMER-
4 HATTtl. ii"' i DtACONS BOAO
On Wf3>NKriAY Ih* *1h n*pt*mb*i
bv initruciion* r*c*lvad Iroan lh* Aal
nlnlaUalor of il BkSato -(SWA
!" id".*aa*di w* will sail b Aiartiso
an th* .|m>i on* ChaMH Honaa wiib two
Clablr Roort and ahedroof coA-errd Wllh
Calvanla* Iron and cocrucalrd Iron
polinv* atnndlrur on land* of QoadlarMl
thr cntranr* to Deacon* Road
faU* I o'clock Tarmi Caah
BRANKEK. TROTMAN CO.
31 S Sl-4r
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
I1> Melaon. . tana m-i
SEAWELL
auivik a. mi
ram tllMdmd
J tli4i.|h.>i J HaiMi-Hi. 1
i. apMnaw, V An, a*, a.
R Alkali*. V All-yu.. D
F n unaiias f M..ipjM h
pli-*>. C Mampilivr. A II.
A Huiidriway. H ftn.rh. I
i. Snulli M l-l*i. I P-
W.ilft I.-Il.c.
La .Kllid. I'"-.
Ihirileh. Maao
ttnni'f Fedarlea
Ralyra Dawxi
-111 wli .... 1
Hit Joaeph ..ii W*dn
H*ptomb*r P
Bookcaw. Coflc* Tabkn
Tabl*. II Dining Chain. 3 Tli
Waafgon. Tea Troll*), Round
Tip-Top Tatotoa. Pr. MorTla
Chain, Wriiing Tabla. Tal*iiiiin.
Tabl*. Hidrtloar*. UiMn PrMS,
lirrvuns Tabl< wUli nl* and
Tripi* Mlrrora. Ciiaat of Drawett,
Plat
Ratli
iln. Pr S)rl(le Beda wi.h
Vono SuniiB. Carved Si ml*
il.,1 Doubl* Red ALL THt
ABOVE IN MAHOGANY. ] Up-
holstered Couches. E*c Mlnla-
d*n occaaion Table*,' Walnul Hds-
board. Bav*ral Paki lined CorUlna.
ccellent eondtionv WeMinc-
houM rrids*. 'mall'. Stained
Deal Wardrobe.. Pillow*. Cu*B-
lor.a and Rup. 3 Madarin* Cab.,
net*. Larder. Cane t'f'ialo Chan
War* i upb.ird. (,,".i:f Hand
Lara* Col-
ed Tea So*. Chlr
l*rt.on Ca<| Alum
Ian.. MlSC Kltrh*-. UMn.il.
Pi*aaura Cooker KnaJ-.an Tsbi*.
.**! peinf Filled Matlr**-*-
Clothr. Baikal, ilatrgn. Fir* -
lin|Ui*h*ri. Large Plated S*imm
Tray. Plated Card Tray. Mite.
Plated Silver, ftervanfa B*d and
Msttreat, Garden Una*. Waterlnf
Can. Galvanised Wash Tub. and
many other aaaarlad ll*m>
l.-thl Haf,*.M*i.l. AvalUbl*
CAJUI ON FAU, OF MAMMF"
AUCTIONEERS
Jea-an M. Hifaeleaai
ft .
A F S. F V A
Phone 464U
Plantations Buildiui;
i nlom action li desired in i
with "i* aalSI*. pleas* communi. ate
with my constituted attorney. Wiiulnd
Kuia. Can* Vato. CttiUt Chuixh
Caitskeii Rejects
Wage Rises
BLACKPOOL &iglaiKL
September 4.
Chancellor of the Exechequer
Hugh Gaitskell shocked Brllain'ii ,
trade union- today by rejectii
their daima for higher wages
a keynote address lo the annual
Trade Union Council Congress
here. Gaitskell appealed for _
slow on wage Iivcreases and'
followed it up wilh these other F,
pertinent potnta: Cost of living ro.b*..
will continue to rise and the Index
may be three point- higher by the j
.year's end. Steps will be taken I
Jreduce home consumption in j
Iattempt lo pay for Ihe .inn- iinv
keep up the export pnuira
in.) hold clown inflation
-U.P.
Kidnevs Must
Clean Out Adds
Tour b'd|- Henna out esce Af"1"
rnoi-on.,ua sntaSas) In your blood
T miiH.m tiny .-t'lt-aio. **??/
taibfl or flltera If P.,l>na as Ui- Kl'i-
> nr Bladder ma,kr voMTaaaBJarfrom
lliltlna ITp Nlflils, \-Mu*fmf,l*
Pain.. Clr. I*- T:nd*r BWM, nM^acfca.
A'-Mna Jninta. A l"r. . Rsssilnsi
W. Berlin Plan
To Ht la Hate
...:itl-IN. Sept 4.
West Berlin I ..i.ti-ioTniintui-'
trade union inlay mapped a plan
to seal oh* the bovtei run Berlin
elevated system in retaltl
IfU SnvieK Uloi-kiide tux" in.
i ,-
v.' BfaJ Keilin.
Informed mi e
man Trade Unloi
bluekfng entrance- t g .,i.h
Itattejaj in Wni lu-rli ii. which
would prtrveni Wen BarthMn
from using the elevated. ,ni,i to
depriva the Soviet /one railway
lystassn of an e^linialeil income or
l .000,000 marks monthl)
BOUT limes the income the East
Gennan state will receive from the
highway tax.
moody street battles raffafj in
West lleilin (wo ye,ii ago when
the East German Rail v.
aUeinplid lu uriMk the >tnke of
w.-.t Berlin employsjaa of tha
Bovk rua Itoa
The Waataen Alliad High Com-
mlsslon for Germ It
a lequt'sl of Western Alli.d Berlin
Mfat sihi.ilnn
Hi coiiiiiig Grave
U>NIK>N. S t mi iiM'lal Times i-ommentiilK
i Argentm.- meat Mld fears ml
bj meat trade that rtiaailllai
ould cease to have exporlabl,-
irplus meat in fight years' lime
.nit: ilansBjfOualy ncai to
tjanl i < in.'.,'
' Mill nrile.
from ihe general af/riCultural
at that affected tna out*
put <,f it* rtabia mm modi ties In

In i to) aj
grains it ha
ktcaj
llll I ili .-uthveivably be ar-
rested if the Argentine Qovari
a t piiisue policies oni
.which it had ...icidy mad. ,
|>'.n 1,1 f/Jvlnfj i
lhal nlttiai ',i havt
xeluslvt'ly io urban
VV t'ltt'IHtlt
CAN CHALLCNQEH
I.AnY RODNEY
>\ con' imnvK
"APT NRlJaON
o: I hi:im .1.
RaHai a..aaa..
. - 11 S*pt
JU aapt 11 Rept
M Sept i Oet 4 Oct
IS Oat II Oct
IS Oc* M Oet M Oet
Arrrras Arrive.
>- IbUsfas Meairral
n a*pt I On
.-. Rffl :- ,.,, 1 MWr
I ANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR-' is eXpex'ed to irnve
. a cut lha tlh Si'ptcinla'i. accepting cargo for St Lucia. St. John.
. .t..V l/ll.'l ft ,|1,1 M..I ';.
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-A|enU.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
BSM I Ml hh Se,.temlM' 1*
. no-Kooi' nb s-piemi.-. in
.tu.iM. io ri i viiii m \s
siriintM
- hm it m.i \n mi, *,pi in
I ii vx ii .1 tn *ii im IBM
- in imi to numiimi
AND H (1
. -IIMIll Hi -,!. ...
- t.l I.M, III IMMIMII
I'ABAMtBino AN1I H tl
Sn l.n
it h
ihi
ii .1 let al tha ififaaal total "i
i .i thai wBl
lu he tlelneietl mulcr thl
, Argentjne ugreemenl has been
ahippad
l'.P.
Diamond Rush
Qa> iHtiirniwN Bapt -i
A big diamond ilnd in Un
< mum iiKt-i dlatrkH
ni-'i liom Miiaarum and POUr
ureas, according Ui leportt reach
I v rajatuBMi Usgar}
i'i oapai im
..nn
BrlgHs ami a
seven men made g Baal M
Hi* at Kuiiiochi'.. in figld
week-, .mil the slonei. are said to
para favourable with Kiuu-
.
down of
i Ml .
Kommandalurn to talb ...... thl i
i
.tie BovHrti itarvatlon blockade womng the nei
FRENCH LINE
tie., tile.. Traniallanilqur
KAIUNO TO
ENGLAND a> FRANCE
HaABCOaNaT ISnd Sep-
i5i. vu Si Luen,
Ui riitriq iB) i luadelot
Antigua
"t niAlMnit.' 14th Octobet
i'iM vii M rtuilqua aiuj
SOIITH Htlt'NII
I..1M 4k.ni iSih lap-
1951 i .illnift at
lad, Biitish
.ii I F'-enrh Cuiane
Aeeeiilirn
Cargo anal Mall
K.M. JONES *f.. ltd.
ACiEN'l S
I'll- in* JI14
...aa,fl.i.
! > rwiaia
'.'.TSJSt.-
ASTHMA MUCUS
Dissolved First Day
Choklsi. taapis*. wh*eilnt
Fsnr pyii.m. tap your snarajy. nils
rasr aaaitn and >" your mn
In I BMnntaa MBNT>ACO -lh*. pr*-
scnptlon of a (tmoui doctor-elrcif
la'-* throuah th- bl^od. qulrkty c
-Ith tie'dartara or.- MptlM OyMas
Cyitta rtarta ssarkin* m tfcr-a hossn,
AmI pr. ^4 aatlrrah. u.faaa..ry and

Taaj"nf SBIMnsa
-ia? rrda. aaar I
ful (leap. Jto dop
mj-
lak.
*"! taatt
MKNP*
>>a entlr-Ty free from Asthma anl
Bronchllla In next u> ao llm*. *
(houfh yu may have auH>red for
rear. MESPACO la an auri-aaafal
thai It la (iHimiHil la glv* you 're*.
stay breathing- fa 14 hoars and ts
laaaplnely atop ynur Aatbma In I day*
r tasnsy back oa return nr awipty
your
FURNTTURE
AUCTION
LOWER GREYS
crrist i ura<
HASTINGS BARBADOS
Under new rruinBgcmcnt
Daily and longterm rate*
quoted on request
Permanent guests
wolc
Dinner and Cocktail
parties arranged.
J. II BUCKLAND.
Propriet.i
GOOB NEWS!!
onii:.vr.ti.
SOI rvEWIfts
1Mb. OartM. Jr*i.
AnllilN... Ivury. SHI.
*ir. Ma, El*.
THA.M'S
. Win. Ilr>. -il :: DM 34G.I
( a smart
THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Oil* Mt........ ...
Wl Wot l.l) WELCOME THE OrTOBTVNiTI
to hi.i. sous okiii-.ks ros
11 III ri: II \l> in ll. anil If AT*
THE
CEXtWAL
turner of Broad A
BJBMMMMBJ
ludar Slreets
:,'.'.',,. .:%:',:;::;:;;>w;::'.
X Win. F06ARTY (babbados] Ltd. I
*-----......there oes a
tvell di-i->s'l
tlaii.'
It's ti
nc unquestioned dinity
of
ic.
ArCTIOWEERS
J*BM.re|.Bl*da
* c.
A.r.s.. r.v.a.
Phonr IHI
PLANTATIONS 111 II IMS,.
MIRAP
PURF. ;,ni| HYGIEMI
FOIL
The Miracle Wrap thai
save. FOOD. TIME and
WORK
MAKE YOUR HOME MORE
ATTRACTIVE
with .
CONGOLEUM
HV can supplv yon with the following ii. I
S(riri:-I rds. sJTfs.
.1 ydl. x gl'j ra*.
3 yda. X 3 yds.
3 yds x t, >!
3 yda. x 4 fob.
BV llir VtKD
<> feet uldr
<; feK Wide
I ft. wide
34 Ifathes wide
U Ia>r lies wld*
ALL AT REAHONABLK PRICE".
I's a Visit TO-DAY and see Oar lane range at
ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS ON DISPLAY
First-Class Tailoring
There's a wealth of experience
behind our Tailoring
Craftsmanship and also that
Talent for Taking care
Hf surf In order your next
Suit from
A*k lor MIRAP ut voin
Grorrl-y and II.Huiir.- J. 5
Slore.
* *
BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD. 1 F OG A II TVS
>THr: HOI St: FOR RAHCiAINH)
Corner of Swan & Lucai Street.
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I1 M.I. I IC.Ili
HAKBAKOS ADVOCATE
WHIM v|) \s -ll'IIMBER 5. 1S1
TURPIN MAY VISIT E.G. AFTER FIGHT
Champion Trains But
lias Disclosed No Plans
Till; 4 II \MI'Hr\
SmiLhson
Gels His
Count) Cap
NEW V

middle*
lurn bout with "Sugu" Ray Robin*
mbtr 12
----------------- f .


M to EnnUnd Mr
li
. '
the big tight.
'
I
I
"dine t>
! Rol
win th- tig*.
II- I Work *
I
i ii li.i! rte<


'.- nm-r world
oldn


1 ..
!
tfa
title. Iiul Will
lake ik, mfaaUng a
Jim No . -on i
' I'l'l'in has beni.
I ill Wild h<>r-*!

training camp
retting for n
i
Ha h laid I i
Ma* off horse* and

liirld .iikI hendgear during sp..r-
i. ind n>
!' Turptq ii..

i
n : i

ii-1 tton "i ap li I
.......

i .. amion i.
i dally k..-,., im ikfi
laugh i i.
artthoul ..
Slylr
ii.
rurpln'M
ca bout with
Ri ft .....
-i crouch hiui throwi punchei
from a aqual
>nc hie htm much ea
i wlu-ri he henl Robin-
m n RoHnon ha-, . ,.
uai thai bate punch .1 Lana
i"->iiti nrlnj 1,, th,
Turpin.
Bui RoMnaon |g n -
h:ir'!-;iri(l-(;i.'l nri-di ana of th(. tight. Ha
00 further lhnti saying "I
1 vcl to be btati
often
"i beaten am
m the ne*i Afbtar," '.
eommentari, "but f 1 writ* mi
ttown rlghl bara When 1 wan
rrto tba t.Rhi game, I
i baatan 1 donl
know anjbodj who oil u.
u baal ma I'm noi
making any alible, |[r beat nic
! he beat m*. fair. He*
. trong voung hov with .. 1 ,[
Ra nira hi the beat 1 uw
in BUMpO Ami he i. LI i
m m In '. im,. ai r .,
that night __n.t' y

1
' : JlfllT .
Palmer foes out
-
cap ai \ : r
1

ij
ll arc dur 1<. ;>
.dad September 13
night at 8 30 oVtoch than will
i> pnettca ateteuea In pte-
nun for the Tnnlda
the \qufctic Club
Floodlight
-
jtid membei-

1
ma are
Ladi-s Tram "A". B I
D Joteaon
R Vidmcr and P

I idl.. Team "". A K
a!. D. Warren. J. Gala. M.
' lv : 1 -I m ( ban llci .1 Hill
Hi ia T m A- |
RANDOM1 II TUKI'IN la ilrlcl training t OroMingar- Koi-I iq
U> Oat neai rvriiHiidala, Nnw York, for hi. rr- m
world HI VttB Bii|i>f Ray Robliuon. r^lairt during train., f
and pti)oy' UtUt nduut la thr Howl ground-. An aircraft bangai
han 1>b
d fot 111- champion at the hotal'x airport.

:
wl (with

I T..nipkni
(i-r.ld >mPhson hji a
rn.lnl.rr ,l thr 1MI hU <
Uatacba w.-i ladhH -1.1 M
Four H. Indies
Mayers In
Commonwealth A/
Burr*)
.
\
. 1
-
I'MHlval Borne

till

|ej fund a hii I

.,1 k* pi rvary-
and t"k three
inning)
H
catch, (

i.r 180.

wealth although
lnr 20. a
Sen Vj
n without any
Tl', I
1 ,ni until WorrelL who
52 in nn incre-

V
B.U P
Snappers Defeat"
Flying Fish 3-0
THE nUghty Snpp Icr it the Aquatic
lull teem to
,n,' man ihort due
in lllnei i ana theti lixU
red-cappe,
'".....perawonthi m, ihrc nil but a flm defenoa
lea ol Snapp,
pree out of I .....i ,, ...u,,,.
Ken tnee scored all i open
i (ol
-.: opportunity. uv<
" beautiful
'" well .vrd i>.
u, ,nd thToth^
'" - I I .vc| ,
....- .,,,.1 N.,1, |...r,,|l.
' I Mi, * Jo u..,i i.-.k .*,-..,
a >.....
riyijK rtoh i
ve, Tlic bwMS-
'.
VI
Ph,
' I I.'.."- I ,-, I . ,, . i
; '. ma
Pottei ..., I> john'ion
.....
I
erg.0 Johnaon
'*'"" Al --- --?n'^- w ,.
oft hi wah ; I M I
1 i I mid G
her-.- thnt H>l,

n
Praelit-e Mateli
Thiirscla\ Al Bai
Soccer Results
nir in i
;
-i .
of at
'!
ititioi' 001
The dayi "1 the n

Tii- .Mil pla
WALTHAM FOR U.S.
WaJlhan, M.r

- Randolph
world
' H. will



l-O.MMI.V, Sept .
Fi,li,,wme >.i. raauiu of aoccer
i ^ m the t' K
1 uah I.e.igue:
DloWoa /.
h 'ers 3. Middle*.
Kenatngton. ;. "*" Burnlas I, Ton
DfrlawR //
H-. I Rotiwrham
: .: aahu Cll
pton 0. t,
;,. '' Rovers I Sheffield
the WedncadR) I, HinninKhan I
(th i
(Soathera)
i
rown i. Walaall j
HI I lottl......
prewa Ah van Ira 0
< it) i Haltfax Town D,
j i United
Cheat* York Cll 0
... .
S Third I
2
.irk 2 Ci
iCPi
'- ........ -,, 111.II l_ _
goal, but long hoti bj pi b
I | v. .
. liner .truck "
. it >( plajr.
Finally about mldwaj thrau
..i.i naif t
fhimigh in one ,-t thaii

laird goal for all :
brougnl the Snapj
Into plas bul Hytof Piah hold
) nt.Ul tie
final wnlatla
put lip I gj
hoararunni
ind Trevor v.
backllne nnd tin
bright whan
' ..i. i Pattera n
the bail


1 >' The nuni
I I.. Hl.it,. Bj |
a
thla hall Naata
PortlUo cored ioal number lam.
i ' mi h ill found Bonlta<
the attach th...
WHAT'S ON TODAY
"-llcr (ou-t. and Court of
. .i ; .....in in.I.
I0.ee a.m.
Inotitr* into .I. ..'.h uf kfitlt
BtaekeUanJ lldwinllim
ell at IMilrlrt "C" I'olkr
HaUaa ioeo a,m.
< r ctel ftaalan Mateh be-
Iwren loland tram and
Rpfl al the i; I 30 p.m.
Ouarterb f.-fir-ral Mu-lin|
of i'., I hjmbrr of Com-
n.-re at Bovrll A Skrele
BulldiiiK-'..o-i p.m.
II \/\ OHIn.i II,..-.-,
a r.< M.i, i ii,. n.,,d..
a gat paa-
01 mm n-.mi..-n a I
Mr Md M, (,al 4 . 4
bm\ mark OMM" a -nil
nk i > a Ml p
Ioiai. i.r.iti aaa "
pert ..." -I a mil
\ui \rn i ii n BrUe i
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n ..-J.I.- - p m

K Ii
Bannister.
laaaa foaaa "". H. P
M
i dan.
hana Ttrror Yearwood. o
Johnson and A I
Ku^bv Raft
O) vit. i
ReaulU of the Rugby League
games played Mondav in the Unit-
ed Klngdnn. follow
league Uateh: Leeds 17. Batle>
10. Lan< it rat
second leg. Wnr-
:; 3. (WarHngton elim-
tin.' eiiwrcga'.-

round, aaeond lag, Halifax 9
i. i . elimin-
;atcdt 'Hudderaneld
Klnnton "lull el
.CP
".'
at
HOI.BORN. FONTABKLI.*
SAT I RII*V. 1Mb Srpl
beginning DJO.
DANCE ORCtfSSTRA ft
siF.KL BAND
TkkeU gl.ua
:
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YESTERDAYS
WEATHER REPORT
from Codrlnrton:
I: 'ini.tii .08 In.
i i.il rainfall for month to
late: 3.59 Ina.
li h-i temiKrature: 93.i>
or.
Lowaat Temperaiure: 71.5
or.
Wind Vllaittfi I Mile, per
iiour.
Ituomeler: (S a.m.) L'9.1.01.
1 p.m.! y'J.844.
;. in aid of the New
n .i Nuraen
Sarajaonfa Village.
Church
and under tbc P itl ago ol
Mi Pred (-odd: ni. M ( I'
and Mrs. Goddard
.it the
DRILL HALL. CJarrlion
rrida). 1th Heplemher, 1951
beginning at 8 p.m.
l\ ... mme kneludaa
ratea. aKetches. songs and ui.
atnaaaealal solos ei
list. itK.iding Messrs. Paul
W ( ., I-...1.;
I -.ivter. Clyde
., .( wiaan Battj
Cairtnfton and Nell Hall.
Ifamban M the Police Band
and other* will be contribut-
ing
By kind nermiwlon of Ihe
Commiaaloner of follrr thr
Toiler Dance Orrhrstra will
lie play ina
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