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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVlx \,l TIICRSnAY. SrpTFMBF.R C 19S1 W.L 1950 Tour Reviewed In Book Form WHAT'S ON TODAY "Days Al Thr Cricket" idio audiences, has vrritti %  % % %  : i on '•'> %  I i cricket %  ntlU< d D ij W n i Cj Ickrl" 110 fi> %  MM '.. % %  • %  ng t ausrad Tin IBM \ HI of lh I) ha i: %  %  % % %  %  i uv I igain IPI %  %  I . i %  % %  : I | : ... . %  %  to ci i ..'11 SliniiH.n \ I %  < % %  ion, and it %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  get. An %  %  ttMti BM th %  nil Wv I I I WOIIIII SlHl\ II ItS ralel McDonald llailey Doe$ il Again HALL OF SECRETS NEW YOKK An unidentified Bi:h aircrjfi [1 i.„krr* are tioop l credited with a part In M an imaginary BggtaBBI | ihe Aral Bosnian MiG A<|timaldo And *omt %  % %  %  .. \i tasMd 1—uHlrn rtmtrla *oou i.wndh virtual!) intld lighting ; %  •! I) -blank Tto eraoUl la given by Hit mas n Week, whit'. Hungry Men IKIMINKRS in Oregon State jail nuv< work. Says W. r%  %  Cricket Match (Tbe Island < •-'i Ofttcjal aptun I U. i is to do an engineeriii; Wright Patterson %  %  Say.* AvliiMon Week %  • InM g s Qgatari I* trad, i NJMTWIM W Of the plane will '-reamed. Then irtiK purpose.'' ouUide. Seaman Dai A (IK NUBA I. VIEW of the Vigoralli tba haal* in the World Sprint Champio Eag Hamof Britain EXPRESS N rlgnuui Teonie \\ ins U.S. Title Ni^ilhJit. %  ] BELCH latin M i %  b i equalled th % %  ..., • pi in) And I'm ip %  M, %  I Ol UK | ''" %  •' .<""" ' !" %  %  %  B tv I 1 ""< 1 "" "'•" I i old Aussie de.,11 American Dav ? H „ „. J k in Milan during I .-hip* which wan won by SNYDBP r re I HIW Sepl i %  who racket a ii.%  I %  boo*a of Barbados Players Get Cape To-day %  i |vei tuni unlh tram Hi ittsh nthlrtci %  %  %  %  i %  iravdU tcom < 'up bopi %  i %  Mlm Collj %  i Barbvdoe Cricket A Barbad i %  iclu.tr I the -I i ..ii pi .uter. 'i lao i .-....• If. Il Wig I nope < % %  %  rurai though n bi not %  '< Wint won the <>" I i minute IB.? %  % %  %  %  %  •' %  The BriUah nun won I eetti was great bitung, M | 0 yugoatavla'a BS| A Balding port „l Evaru without .piMiiiintion, cheered the trlctorloui la i and of Wllcotl in vi. % %  M :.... relative incxpi I ,, %  %  ihe b. % %  %  %  %  man n 01 %  y,,,.,. |. lV(l( i., h nevei ulftred „ddlUoti lo Yi.*... %  !..v Un : fact, the BHtlah limckeenci i necked I upon which ihe .'* ume and declared thai tracfe cw luble for the be h M Poui othei mm end >kiii. given thai cncfcn UM thireconl Jem Owei H mitcfa vra tboul it U Divle and Barney Bwell UM US i v,i LiBew (i I • npiioii of A few day lilei Balwa i i ".fore tunning In Athene In in OrNh nir. tin hte blii I %  ant Teal .,,„ pVMerj luring . 100-metre %  uril—bUl ^till WOO In %  • It wag an ii axperli roup con-Jha nld alt I tuunruu) doubt that tneylonythtng until i brokr the tape etltion of the pitch,* 1 pecutofi might weuf teH die U. ntll and Wiilcnll i of del lea ti %  i a MTileoti W i f 1 iriuin i beat 0 | f .,„ n M %  %  i any rhe praeentatlort will I ry durln the Tea Intern I today a ^ I %  i Ground* when FI i td< ... i %  -j hi Rait, 11 ' iIng car,, todafl • %  i "' %  in K E Wal MI •j C Bra • %  a W Qraei Holdei. c w s^iith %  'mjiiiuitop By M. HirniiMi Cuv Deal-* : South \unli Snuth (iiw i ment <>i I'BltR CO-" %  %  U S and BfttitB.* ********* is* %  Korea jn d salvage.! It Was A Thriller Qtll A.M. Alone in her darkRl III Urone I'ark. Ne^ ^ .r Mr Ulttin Laakla entdwd TV Mt— %  : turning inU> a vim%  There w,ia noiae at the win:\t,\\. V ." I !. %  .1 Ki %  Fo. wwkt Americans have fallen off the dustbin on which ho-air genrr.K were he was standing In look int.. UM %  conAdentli on B**,.. r fi.ttn.iiin' %  OM of trMe roincidi'ncv? -*: flghtr ihH should only happen In a 4 eArthui hearings in Aim, two p Ring A: C'ongrew. Now the mystery seeim '"e police -t.tion Seamai lo be solved. said. adly: TH never touch lirtrMUl i onli miar.o'her drop of that -tull the Now She Prays oujry, sh, relhtvad tba TWWU. SISTER QI'ENTIN RIT\ Apru .utietiy ggylng htf priyi llow In t.ei On California'! San Vicente Convent EVEN in thtl land of plenty toaay. Y e at ard i y the was 20there is grumbling and faultyear-old film actress Juanlta finding. But on hia 8l*t birthday QuagMy, who earned E38n ., week Bernard llaruch sums up in seven She had been in films since she words how to live and i njoy was three. living. Says the political and lln„, .. ancia! sage. Don't arouv Klan, But Nn Fear you can OMKOIM ingil KI' KEI X KlJtNSMIN Baruch practises what he preirhi„ QUUJUJ a great comeback ml Wad of oeinit mournful North Carolina in defiance of the l rill age. he announced police. plans for the ceaabrttion ol bat The Klan. which wars on ""h hirthdiiy. Negroes and nails a rlery Vross to nno||gaj|ggjg Dip In the IS PROHIBITION DEAD* ,,m *< '""*' thousands of forma Yes. BootleggmK'' Not ;it nil. -ays members to assemble and wear %  :age Industn. '•' hoods. Inc. It adds that because of high But only 97 men tun U xes bootleggers are selling more They were outnumbered by curlIDagjaJ liquor than licensed tradous and unfrightened Negroes. telling whisky Paying no deputy sheriffs, and •axes, the bootleggers under* 11 !: nine-yeai -uld boy stood ine traders v 12s. 6d. n bottle. speakers' atand KxerciNe Knnck-Oul smoked a WAR (iAMES in North Cam^ W ;l Itna are growing too real. One I'oldter was severely Clubbod, another wounded. To the assem'leil troopi llrmadiei QegM 1 Henry Meyers said: "PHI proud of your enthusiastic flgnting 'inalities. but we are atlll ne:r>Mceung of the Christ Church Vestry p m WaUr Polo at th* Aquatic Club (Harruon College Barracadan and Whipporay* VB. Police) ft p m. Musical ProgramnM at Bnti-h Council e i • pa CINEMAS %(!• *m n<.a. i i" >" ri-\ts r-i.u.1—r. ii !.„.(. s, .II. i Sport* Window %  4M •"* M The mau he*. Striken* Ordered To Resume Work WASM1NC1T. > ft] Judge on W ordered stiikinK maanbera of the international Union of Mine. Mi)l.| ami Smelter Workers to end their ten-day-old strike aguinst the copper Industry and to return t<> *ork Immediately. Una. id that they would comply. Judge Alfred Murray of the laaiUll Circuit Court of Appealihe restraining order IHUM OoverntMnt under th* Hartley Uw. —IM*. I chess champion He .. old rolleguin, hindM husky enough to be ; star and idol of the gu ERNIES wioflK an • PABI 0DD> TO-DAt AT AKIMA Ki nit s (nrecust lip . Bells Special SCOTCH ininin t oi —ow f.,.li up QaWbSCH IH'Tt II BKKH (or Prince Bern ird Handicap. Br|!eve it or nnt To-niorruw nl ti p.m. I rlts. iisv ihe t.T.1 iluv's pmpgnutM ut Artiuu. 6.9.51.— In. UM and cigar. m UU rally a fi Kerr BcoU had Klan that he would ry man who wore I None did. Governor Scott on of a PanamaTt. And (JIMMI At Chess BY BEATlNti AM. the amed d is Ihe ; of the %  me inn) There' 1 .ildhejicici grey lie of thi I K • .11 %  %  %  I with though! he %  ... 1 %  mil cf ihundoi U i r un had WOtl UU %  :mglv Iht nil isrowd of lubUini auppoi t. the pitch, urn %  liDofite police praparaUooa had %  h %  — B.r.p. SPEED"STAR FINED Pred WlUlami w h waj rtrter. who won th< lined J M lot rafUfUu to rida 11 i %  Arthur Pcall acjvf. THIS SNOOKER NECM A LIGHT TOu'CH S"\", %  Ith , ,-. n ii bid i indmg had a .. 'n hanD %  mud ol bi'lJitiK Soiiili li d alter garnihad been 1 ',,at Nnr i i on a lo-ir ,.'i unlai %  r Bpat 'uld ha.*e 1 %  ; %  %  i • YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT I r<>m ( ...(.Hi M.n %  Uinfjll: Ml i U %  %  r.'r monlli I .1.,:; ." .11^ Miutii-.l l..|n|H.r>lurr: I loui-sl Irmprr^turr: IM > 11.nd V.l.ll,: J mllr. r . MOf Hn.itwl*r: fl KJR > '^.H!,* >3 p m ) t SSI. They'll l>> It Even i ime TINS CATCHER TRIES TOR FOUc FLYPAHS N THE STANDS lvps al Wimbledon .vore ihem. We have sizes lo lil Irom children to grown-up•MM ic Ml The Magisler Yachting Shoe CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10—13. Broad Si. The while Flash: Saddle Oxford. Ventilex -canvas, Dunlopillo Insole, leinforced toe-cap. Ladies, pair S 1.1 1 Genls .•*••• '/* %  BEST fur tsw HOME o-n:n \i. & MOPS AND POLISHES eii-'jCBB Sft> nur II indntr Sfltft It-I I It Ml Irom PLANTATIONS LTD. *s&&*'*'.+& r *****'*'*** t r' ss+*s'*AW&r %'! 7l With--"SUSIMIKS"" GET NOXZLMA FOR FAST. C(K)l. RSUBT NOZZBMA is Iho onlj Iwdlng SUNBURN CBEAH with ihcss 3 Bii^ Advanti 1. COOLS—Amazir '• Soothe IBstaiv. •> SOOTHES N '" ""' iS lureci % %  htagoB hot, DBrched tkln. 3 HELPS incaled formula— I" %  unbui ne i ski And NO\ZLM4 IS GREASELESS AND DOESN'T STAIN Krmrmbrr . lit NOXZEMA in llir l.illli' Bhsa Jar. Obtainable at Booker's twooD Drug Stores Lid. Broad Slrccl. and llaslini;. (APIIA PMAKMMVl and AH C.iK.d Druii Store* .'.'.'-'.-. 'Xrt.***.**v.-*v.'.^*^. %  i 'i iiS"-" I ALL THE VITAMINS YOU NEED YOU'LL FIND IN J & R ENRICHED BREAD for WALLS uail CEILINGS SISC0L1N DISTEMPER Covers in one coat Supplied in Powder form in many attrcciivo colouii. WHITE. CREAM. BLUE, SUNSHINE. GREEN BUFF Made ready lor us* by mixing 2' p'nis waler with 5 lb::, powder. 5-Ib packaqea at SI.05 per package 3J-tb packagea at 74c. per packago WILKINSON & HAVN.S (0.. LTD. Phon 4156 Hardware Dept



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THIRSDAY. SEPTEMBER C 1931 BABB.\oos ADVOCATE I'M.I riiRii P.O.S. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Trust Funds A dm in istered ALY KH/M SNOW! MFAUVILLE BLACK EYi mmwr WE PUBLISH ;.,*.„> eorta n refWta dealing with affans <>i in. ti City Council which have come from!!;-Wfltlhlpthi BUyoi They areas !.,. (1> Repoii dated June 2ti. 195). from Mr. C. W Hodges. Director -if Audit, to Kii V. % hip the Hftyor, Couneulor Raymond Hamel-Srniih. on the subject of* a dishonoured cheque. *—* A report from Mr, tfodfti t i the Mayoi dated July 3, 1951. on the subject of Trust Funds. %  : Mr, U K 'l fcaui ti "l Audit's staff, totheDirector : Audit. |4> A furthfti Director of Audit, dated .Iul> 8, 19 d TN? fol report bi Uu> Mavul>j. 1 I I Raai :,. Old. 41 1931 of TOM I odead with Barclay'! i have the honour to reft ,mt iba you r letter ot the 25th of June. Bank also ;.et 'i AaW ItSi. o n the subject of TTual FundH and to submit herewith a becomes due copy of th,. report of i I U*l \i\ cir-HivM VIIMOKIM inrr who carried out a Joint surH \n—a* 5B3.ee. vey with an officer „t the 1 **at Inl Ihll Fund Corporation, wui created by Public Subscrlp2. 1 recommend that all .ho.. Uonj for the purpose of erectins funds should be Incorporated, in a Memorial over the crave of the The main accounts of the Conlate Captain Cipriani. poration by means of Deposit A. Ma Cash Book or Record Book counts I stall, of ooofie, be Kin '' tound and IB the eirctimto discus* tha detailed arrana ll araj impoMihi* mentc with you or your staff if how the Fund functioned. i. %  ... Hi. %  • : I'd lh.it .1 11. %  %  %  $250.60 appears u. bare l*eii 30th of embei • %  %  Bai .. fore %  3. I strongly raooana The Ci obtained Bank Statement which showed a balai %  a PROBLEM Which Deaavilie -Mitliy VIMI.H eyt? For day* he hid It bah Hid dark glaaaea. ft-ill Mta a dark brul. lie ..•;' | ind her foiinrr tin-band, Porflrlo F' re UikliiK about U Now did Aly Khan K *t l,i i-O tha Klauw* were di>.rdeil no. He wan photogi .ipbal wllh U B li-u 1 !ow of undertaking certain %  %  %  in the City for which I cannot leajallj i iPi The fuj purpose oa the Mayoi r 6*017. Debentures Iron thai Btatt %  i I .'MI that the Fun! h^s $2.4i"l It would seem therefore that the aorth $9,583.00. The Acting Town Clerk h, bt < %  aaked '< obtain i Bank Certtfleal • to substantiate the Bank Balance Of $9,386.25. Unclaimed Monvy $72.13 The sun found in %  : v with tha on v an learnt that thin amount ha. been unclaimed for a time Ml (! I > \MI POSTAL OR%  >|;RS— $421.40 IMlia for $3050 dated HIS so— H. pau—Kat> 4t Syndenham Avenue. \ 83302 for $33.33 dated 11.11.48— Prorope & Choke —Rates 14 Oonxales Hill (C) No 26/BJ i;9680 for JIIW.9J dnte.1 13.1250—Pollmi| B *, Blunc Rataa 10 Tragarete Rfl (d) No. 216907 for $2 00 dated 10.10.80 J. L. KalahaU—Rataa 2t Cornell i A' %  N for $120.24 dated 20.10 49— Barclays Bank— %  aorfa stT.. • K 74630 foi $82 71 d.d.d AUm.l -H337 for %  %  %  2.12.50—M Milna—Ratai 39 & 39A ) I^ine these ••' %  %  I I Clark for 11 ani Ratet ot Charajaa. i addraaaad to thi £ tin .* ir, settle their Indebtedness on the ar pm tka bt %  t:i OIL ,n b) the Town I k Cheques En iered On i iv IUBBBMUOB the cheque* %  : I'UKli.itely b> thi I I bit dublou: B| to whettu %  aould honto the dataa on which thi I n i am will be iei.iud (e) Envliipc cenu. V.4I 1.1 SAFE— MIS. Ill INKH \-ll fin „. (a) Envelope cot lalnlnal 10 cents rtind lot^t on i Oovt, Dsbanturaa I b] Bnvel IIC Knvelopc velopaa %  VKM various sums ra %  • of rates which excess of the i;it.' following 31 JIICY >M l i DRINKs-*U.*U Bani Pas B i The aum of 81040 waa found 1.1.50 an envelope marked Juicy Sweet Receipts' Drinks $15.60." ('AMAIN' CIPRIANI MEMORIAL I INK CASH— Sltf.TS This cash has already been commented on earlier in the report. OENERAl. In addition to Clerk m the Town dark's Office receives money from thi for the purpose of Deeds of Leeeea and Surrender on behalf M II %  I cd"s Solicitors, Ifi H Clarke. Those sums do not [orm part of the Council's Cash but are kepi by ttW clerk who maki ^ and any necessary pafaj %  __, ... ., I'.ll.i' r UIIUI UP IWI "i IMMBU* set up 'ine ti-ie in i*a ,„., ,,,,„ whe , ,, ,, a*ra I : %  1 m the 2nd of -1 %  I -n nook was seen flr y. iBftl that thil chaqua enulit mat thenwas hltle n k not i met and it was %  i 1049 i Bank No enti i A Ban bui the ine Pori-of-Sbaln Cori i had lo be movod to othoi .lid I o! in *he absence of %  "' ll,jt "ke over until Ma) 11 making the survey In i %  perl | MI it rei retted lhl ihi i.tthi ash halunce until I I M ,, .., April 1951 whan 11 M i coaunue longer ithout beti n ,.,,, m ey could othei % %  %  %  ii" a:;t.i to the Hank n CB1 ,.,.,,, jj t liu *t be ampha&iaed be v rtni-ii_llia_t thts clissiue waa thi)l thl Bos B |blllty of three aenofneen of lha Corporation it. ., Ord. 41 1031 I. %  Bunk Intst %  $96 10 $ .111 $3 22 irawn ,, w The "SLsS"taai "qulesrina; In suoh Irreaularilk 1 "th -'April 1951 lh \ M)i| (irrI1 %  i i ,i %  %  rei ?33 80 i mi bald ai pan %  •' u h siii0 7' balance until it %  :.tound lhare rvej on the 14th ti Junat I06L %  ti the B %  .: %  $540.61 lbou ( ,; ;i 8 77 rorth> [kites Imjxtrtani Souvenir Fund MH'VI-NIK 2. Thi %  ot I II M< KII Kl I $750.04. It has been ascertained that this Fund was created by Public Subscriptions for the purpoM0| aza) qutria coming the last W I A Further Report maj be Tin furthoi renart by Mi %  low own Hull I %  %  harge was i.vied "ii tha rati vei %  fiiii ;" rii. p.i ,:, lu.lviiiK the Town Clerk which %  I the Mayoi obtained the par%  nil to Mr Laaaalle ha asked me to inventlgat tun sc ... I was i" are not of tha Corporation. Thi .i \ com l %  uiel I'i'i andura w hfc h i anota to KM I'll" |"MHled i" lha a, On l',ige 1 Cmket Team that toured thi L'nited Kingdom and io %  the nv ..-els of the team uitebh '' .. ,.,j.,|. %  %  M'.iMinably sat| II was nnnos : MCartBook, ""'. ,. „ amount of • %  I According to Barclay a Bai | Hook No 1143. the sum of $75" .'. Fund at thetlrd of February, !95i. HK < i GMSa^aH-^LIP(.-OLOl'RS Maralyn HAS jtofymMff "SS^.T^SSSSt&ZT.'SS, • NEED TO UO ofiugar — mJit-iddioonslvcnndSfJI ilyai MILK OR IUCRR mtid to d* n asU *M or 10U oswr. Enwy il aWij— ottoaightsboutbcJ-iiaK. *" <"<4 lam TWS A IIOVI'IL QUALITY PRODUCT BRINGS A SMILE TO EVERYONE'S FACE MO. st'iMiowk aayal pngaiiw* M ruvia prtparc ana *o oisMkaI. HO* 0>l — lodarOa!a'*fhior^|htcolou''. ar"ethene*e*t raveamorgtthe great Parti end London dra > % %  perfectly keyed to the lab and cleanly g u nii a*, each rafiil, toiu^od m il it thi irneea$e. Antf fherei o glMenlRg Noil Colour to match e.e'f Lip Colour. HAIl I CO" OJ* GALA OF L0\D0\, Remember, too... Go'o 'Fact Colour' -"itching Foundation Shodti S. Powderiond tevely praporotloni f*or ifcf.i cart P.S.NICMOLL$.PO BOX 141 uNaia.i> tha Mh ot* J II .it.. ajance ^ .lllieli M arhlrti %  %  i tuV ii .>nt was Inl%  I (b) Envelop.containing B GonPub f.*/f C*Uri1J eral Purpoaoi MH !' %  -<.. %  KM Bulk Inga on a ,_ ii( ^ 0M0 and 52 cents 5^ the anvalope is a now ., August \^Q ie. these cheques a) all, and they plaint v. Webster.'' , hl |W f< „ $372 4 ,, touhj onlj ban (c) Loose changv amountmn to amo.int lUuKUni rtors at a esah $1.49 and % %  2 can! lamp Use 17th (vtohor n ^. t held ..s pari of rnirvas Buck unreya an not (d> Envelope coiiuinlmt 2A Barclays Bank 1'ass Hook No. ! % %  4 "nally held Parlcc .. row and the leiils with the % %  >i. 1930 whei. pea red Aral nirvc) i I D eld %  -' "Htlen on il No Bo..k of v U* ">'• 2nd "f May. UnXOftunalat] PttlNCESS vi\Ki MhMM. I' I '' •" ,h hnlance on tl UM* $477 BJJ of the 0th ol \i.mct. 1080 never heM. Tin. rrom .'rtt'iui n i i fcl^**0fl %  cheqw irroafa of werh aclal Invest intll th. .uith of Ih.ercaafdon .i nusrk Ipto Uw atorei 1 : %  %  %  I %  !>ut all gooda ihipped va thi P.I \ and the %  r I rgibobeaa n MIMIC ihi i' l. \ I %  DUNLOP PORT CAR TYRES IMIWIHMi KSTAlhS & Hi, (ECKSTEIN BROS. Mi ['{).. LTD. Fly to Britain in Festival Year I BY B.O.AC. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.I A. C.el Thrr, Sooner Stny Ther I .... ;.T n rrtsai % %  easts i ... • i I MUNI. KXiiin Past llr oi., I %  aaklv B.WJ 17.Hi hmt* 2 il".RU LUilM.il ,; ::. 2 Lundon I 37.23 1 1.474.20 AUt onn %  tins lafft i %  to till Wluile Wsrld. h FLY BO AC I-CI I i-ll OVntWKAD Vil'U VV ( (IRI'OK XTION KHIII--II WIST INDIAN tlBWATR I.IMITFD i n i mo Ml IBBI i I is i \ .,,.. m ILDDSO !" M



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PAGE MM i. BARBADOS ADVOCATI. Till IIMIAY. SKPTrMBKK ii 1951 BARBADOSAl>V ti.!MMi..v BestarnlM i I IM1 £5.000 In o\i: HOIK ONWH III*IIS*IO.\ hoe WMI %  % %  P Mi Mi ons man %  % %  *hriM In H'i tsJtSfl ;i proi %  importance of the c Gresril Britain and whal the) m< (or nn otfal e1 tHe standard "I life in imperial tountrioa <''"> Oil maintnmed when provide nMhTSttU tot Ihett COlo-' Tin-I But within re ii has been %  ho* .it men and mat) the eolorrieg can make In I ir, and their pectally in I Hemiapl ere* ar< ru which add to their importance. Beyot d itions, the I Indies occupv ;i very Drt*CUlai in the atr.,ns .it Qreal Britain. With most oi the other pan clamouring for lei constitute one of the last s< < which give her thi The v %  %  ached n stage of development where they now eh greater voice m the adminiatration ol their internal affairs and it has beei federation is the % %  %  quaie expression to the IdeeJ Thi %  i ilonlea u>o. has attracted ilit* attention oi people* the world over Interested In the edmlnia tration of colonial affairs. And it m that the intense interest of foreign powers in the adminiatration by Greai Britain of the West Indies has aarved to accelerate the tempo of any aconomlc and political rh has been made it will be seen therefore thai Mi has come to an important Motion i Colonial Empire at •> time when our .. are i world wide Interest and at a stage of our development which makes | guinea pig of political experiment The problems of the Weal Indies have been discussed time and a^am at Westminster and the I lorance oi the background of those problems and the iinawarer* our ideals and amhiiions shown by Members of Parliament makes the visit of Mr Brame all the more interesting and valuable. Within recenl months the %  hipping difficulties oi the West [nooss Have raised in parliament and by the West India Committee. The of the real difficulty which West Indians suffered when the) were unable to travel : between die Islands or to ami from thi Wi not shown on the face of the d si"iis. And when people In England can in'.ile visit train to B lak Barbadian Joui nahs'. rovei Lair* m female* they show a lai of detail but of fundan It is tMs condition of thi %  Ich visits of .v. 'i,i.' oi Pi rflami nt can do much ; correct and vhich will be to tne bei the West In lies. luring ins bi iind evidence oi -i treat desire t<" • i'ii* . i the an %  "i .i people almo I whol'y dcix'iidert upon agriculture mnani ol ndustrialisation In ordi i the itandard of living; and the ambltioi of many to throw off the manl i cal tuti lage and assume that %  enci-. Con 'tig as he does from the I a stil npire built \i\ i ecu' I DO sympathetic W ambltton : .1 i %  foi pr greea ai % %  1 • %  1 1 ... %  <>.. what he will be shown and wl gainei and information dui sh % %  %  1 I find that on his retui • and Commonwei %  %  (Bl -IIAl V 1 uiiiN BBBBBBBBBBjaM V 1 %  %  1 %  '•urs. Always Grave %  1 %  %  %  1 sassm T~ ^HR m 0 1:11 U\:I\K\V %  n %  S 1 I %  cotton 1 %  %  1 f K : I V %  %  "00 in U lien, th. %  thel 1 wives. %  % %  %  1 %  m chanced i %  rbstwean %  M Victor Bo %  thai, %  pseri rich told me:— .ire feel %  %  K %  : ample, b I 410.000-01 have watched iisometimes :. conpi.0 among them—nauat of thu week, [h the total iKisvd ovti %  sure, the rUks play day *nd night are DM nrlUs has seen %  %  \ Strange Life lead .1 life. %  111a al the Casino ui 3 %  amblers, roe B) Hi, night beluie I p m 111 uma i' ns > %  pi > ujuii m u, than bos %  rest UJI dinner at tram 1 .In p.m. > ••• sn %  %  nttniu %  > | kept UM i -.nk going until 1.15 tli< 101 afternoon. At the tiible* Ihrmifcl! ' %  ii.imptiicn* -DUt DOt i i#>. by 3'j MCMM each wvrth £1.000 %  'I tall. There arc varmna stacks of £500 ...i % %  If they lose Ihe ii.il chlti whicli .he cashiers debi ... . | fiesh plaques. When they win, nnd the pU l>elii. to reach tu-nrly to the: eyes, an .iffl'-i..] will t..k. U %  ounteiv away to be the man who undo. lands the areai gambli %  %  %  %  Tin ki-. to nil %  i the round i uti nai iy (Mil-son ol lbs Oresst iy sv-j:— ' •I^'^i^i ttmbler-Mid: — n.... do !" > '"'•' t...:.i,k-i. t ContlMnul "'' lluK '" a '" %  system. Poi ""•." ....them-lu-i.l l>. Itoni hava Ka '"). • %  '." * !" i !" cal acconUAS I SEE II FROM I Bj I B. I IMTIIY %  M Sn ui if. NitoUiiii. arhS n nsssrl] brsssossai m UM ream M |i in I. j <.rrrk NSW I SSSt dlreil front ateybai -l *I"iii. aerte iii %  igal \.i LoDget Stars of Baroda m %  IIUC a CB4 :i .iiiil'i. .. di i. loaaaWJ to play. ., gunbton reirularly heated HUM I DM %  hand %  take is £5.000—the :'!i their £100 a yetn travel .i I I II v\ %  ii iv remain i .r •1 stopped i.i.iMiit because I I.-IIIM a (n tune that |.ntililuiii il a vke. Somr men *ou see H UM i.hi.-, h.r, urn|(in ajaj ihV m.n i ikuii: linns. |Jfr ts onl 1 :...,, ,1,1, i,, i ih-m arikM thrv ar BSBySBf. "1 spenil in. Ightl watcnir. J he name but durlnf UM dsw the duel of swim and stay oul in the open m uunki tins ii ; i |ni> tons I i fl ten renke i That la tin he heavteel gamblers u DeaurlUe." i.I'll! tm way to enjo —f„E..s\ flWj Hi ilish lUiUi Sliipv Sail For .1 • % % % %  %  %  d'la I ' *J Od clothing at *•* % % % %  % %  %  eomins in Iraa • .. • and Brit th Ow rwn Air1 len waya has promii^i to CB % %  fret to the hurrii %  bout ona i.>ic UM victims. < and from n OoU Cos i I k, who eabled h | £3 %  > i Urad to Sn Hufh foeii, fund. It pissed a resolution oi A E i i the ... pk| ,,t iha <;i i in. Ltd. and two Coast "conveytos t., the peop %  i i era, t Jamali o vui| CltOOO eacti I Bepsrato ppeali are being made "' %  luntary bod i % %  i : Line the N.-t Crass, tht B mrken it the An f.^XiJt r m '. en pmCbs Di I hep ot inn | bul mterinsel i %  %  receipts. ehureh. %  '.r realised more — Ciifl II — than t2.0iK' Tlie Ilish :nc in kinfl. too. Sown home t<> lamslcs with Uu 1 ton "f naUs, money. The London branch %  l .inIhc Caribbean Ijibour Congres5 ii I totlUBg, food, do" %  v mestlc fOOdi and money, whin In will 1 I.ii-li .utcil In Ihe Jan %  K %  I'n eti Ol T \J& B.IJ.1*. U.K. SeowSe For fl'.l. Jp—baree E 1,000 i rnilli. %  \ hiniN.II 1 %  nresal IPJ foi M %  %  i 1'. it. %  Tl iArliuanl n I %  %  — A Warship — the mine ViH>iu. which h %  %  i 4U knO nf Ihe i leevlni ... i 4 fin %  will nt: ami IS, "The let re ol thi % %  I IK, won >., ;v %  OflV I. (NOON. British 9 ..Ii l will %  : %  Tl %  Con van's to Inviti I it. .T*. Inchauna vTest Alans. Northern i eland i> houtinie to be hchl in Kiiieston Ulster Pali i i h 5th to k*j invited include ihe I kted -•• ite fctosl' i. the liepublirs ol S it America, Cuba. rn !" all the British West v -" mp March 17th July j:ird and August 11th. It proposed t<> ->nd InvltaUoni dlftVn i r iasklpe them I semi |'.c %  %  i spend a wi< in the homes p Oaiter Bcoutl and 10 days i: i bebh he rai il-foVd, m the And the rt. ish nre planning to invite patrol", of six to eiht Scouts from 20 d Vsreni irie-, to theli Peti A Jan according ^^n Ju | v 2Hlll Imd s lllh Then vill i> '"' to 14 days ii cami l9M eh m w sh i,' Each ot %  i, Rpvei Internbses Con U ihw • ill be held an biteniiii,. nal Jembtor henstilan, Gloseew, fi-m m52. so ihn-c arc plenl Pd to July 31st. v .th chances com g for West %  l ") >h homes of ?*•* Bcoutl to v the United Kins Rover 8 lorn In \9K LONDON, August :io When Mi h ttlths became Secreles after the General KiecUun last year, it was assurm-d -ome quarters that he was keeping the place warm for Mr. Creech Jones, who had. lost his seat. But bye election has followed bye-election without Mr. Creech Jones returning to Westminster, and II Mr, Creech Jones an w in the Ooeernment's i iiki-ly he would d&splact Mr I h r %  Mr. Gnflitiis. an excellent House of Commons man. makes the most of his briefs. H with RBsUnsj about eolosual ptoblemi and is recognised ai MUCITC, even by colonial people Colonial OfficepoUciss Tinstrength <>f his position as CosDflia Beoi etai to the InitiaJ succes ved earlier this year in regard to critical problems. It is too early to say. whether that .success will lead to solution ol East Africa's difficulties, bul it did provide the badly needed breathing space. Mr. I Griffiths contributed to his East African ement chiefly by nil visit t< the tern-' :ncn'. His strength ul personalit; I own .it it.-I" %  Now Mr. Griffiths is In Central Africa Can he "sell" Central African Federation" T:.r propoaali announced earlier this sununei have had widespread repercussions. On the favourably received, in quasi ins much to Minister's prestige In Britain. Thev hav been far less favourably rece i ved UI Africa by Africans. While It !•being emphasised that ELfilG is beep i ng an open nund at this stage, Mr will have scored a signal triumph if he can persuade African leaders that it il in their n ice of any prospective advance of Malanism, to accept the pforjOtils as a basis for federation. He will be very firmly entrenched in the Colonial Office — so ong IS the Labour Party is in office. The ravages Of the hurricane which re Gently swept through Jamaica have become j more visual and realistic to the people of Britain Pictures showing the extent of the .red in the front pages nf many newspapers. Cinema-goers have watched with sympathetic interest a newsa mg Jamaica after the hurricane. As a long-distance spectator of the trag cdy. it seemto me that Jamaicans arel accepting the challenge with dignity and txemendoua courage They are displaying! that same spirit which reflected itself in the : war-time trials nf the British nation, the spirit which has helped the British people 'ine one crisis after another. Of Jamaica, more than of most Colonial it seems true to say that "it never rains; hut il pours". They have suffered one liter : late years — political squabbles, rising cost of living, mass unemployment, the Cuban Pact, and now the hurricane. Despite all the disappointments and frustrations. Jamaicans, it is good to nots not lost their love for their favourite sport— Cricket Along with news of the hurricane. nea ol the discovery of m-\ outatand* ing spin bowler another Ramadhin, they %  ay, '.'.h.it has impressed me deeply about the Hurricane disaster is the feeling of brotherI Which has expressed itself in gifts ul all kinds from various parts of the world. It makes one appreciate that the majority el people are peace-loving and kind-hearted The trouble is that most of us are so inarticulate; only in moments of difficulties do wel really become united. There has been some criticism of Britain*! gtfl ol EMO.0O0 to the Jamaica hTutl Relief Fund. Mr Alex Bustamante has dl %  it as "ridiculous", and critical comment has appeared in Britain its<'f Th nun of £1150,0(10. it should be made clear, Britain's first contribution; an immediiu< relief cheque. The demands on the O.K. will inevitably be much larger. W< must therefore wait and see what the hill extent oi Britain's aid will amount to. itf-i> i r*s oi or. I nox Some hooks are to b* 1 tasted Others to be swallowed, and %  some lev, lo be chewed and digested—Bacon ADVOCATE STATIONEBY CHAINS Fur #.! %  •• %  #/ PurpttHf m m m CALVANISED '..'; 3/16'; V IRON '.' BRASS CHROMIUM CHANDELIER All Cui I., K.(|\iir.-,l LtafliH — ALSO — IMMI CHAINS. LEADS ami COLLARS WILKINSON & HAVNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : 4472 & 4C87 — BECK WITH STORES THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOR HOWBB Iwilh molar) $2B0.2I f —' %  —' • 18" GAZELLE (with molar) Htm TIOER PUSH 45 - SPARE PARTS AVAILABLE "A II DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 JUST RECEIVED IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. • LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White and Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. IK I (hi 4 & CO. I III. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Our lt>a in th* Crtrrrspomlonl 626 DIE DURING U.S. HOLIDAY NEW YORK. Sept. 4 '.(I Stales MUblishrcill-lime rrcord for M H added thsl I % %  .i h pulilir 5.9.51 miinn Work* In U.S.A %  and cur %  %  %  I %  I %  %  %  to animals that ocBarbado*. All eases wtMff ii niven ard foi n*nt. (EfsJ i'"."cautioM have bo. i followed Up bj wir liupeelom. bul navUrally i: %  !•.. %  riifton mesnaof prwentmn Hie beatm* ol i %  %  • srhsn i a 1 % % % %  D .:%  of ; .n offend,c %  %  %  Our cm it need li tor ; fully drawn attention |0 trained thi iluriiiu Llbotu DJ H the ill too numsroui *though HI BM Amerfcanj di^rl B l'i A MS I'n1'ienlng of l a averse) •vtn and a half ..i. w'i -. the start of the tin y Ii i\. kind. Th.' total included 403 deaths In %  • %  %  nd in piano crashes and 10! In %  %  animals" to the Nad M utaroom, prmidem .' the '. St high as 500 <>TT. ms lata porla are tabulated 'Tl%  rould die %  .-• %  Bj 360. I I T WMIOIC I'laOIH < IS are low7/ As* ./t / M// /•/ $rith Anchor Bultrr per lb I 81 .Virhitr I u .Milk per Ib-ov. tin "!9 \nchur fTSSSI Milk per n-ft tin Z U Anrhnr Whulr Milk |irr 1-Ib tin S 1 heddar GkessC [er 5-lh tin 3 in < "iiU'i, i in—er lb 83 iiisii irs t *rr %  crasaa OBsskara Oarv*i Sweat r.-un. t'arr'i Ami. BlsrulU. \. ale Maxurll llousr ( .Hrr MEATS Ml n /I \i.\M> LAMB W si KALIAN K \BBITS OX Bit \IN~ -MiiKI M hll'l'l |; HUSH VH.ITAIll I Sh+ECMALS ( rsahad r^aaesaost prr tin : Cirok's Paste ^ prr tin Idrii Kl Tonir p>r bsllle 1 aa M safer # %  /-/#/ iittni ...GODDARDS .24



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nil RSDAY, M i'ii MI.I.H {, i9Ji BARBADOS \l"\o( Ml I'M.I I IM Technical Education Very Important Sh o u Id Be Ta ugh I \v\ \M i WIII i inin AI Coin berni ere — Commerce Chamber Say i wnuUi like 0 t to take i mere School caUonal I M %  Vocational 1 %  Island and di to lion IN al %  %  % %  %  I IT adopted i 1 11 I; n ernmenl take tana %  teach that Hi. i hind other c< Ionia which ? malt Mi s |> H With) %  %  Mr. Wlthiiull Bald: I do n.1 propose, gentlom • % %  %  do so. I have in mind tomh on | pointing (Ml nave beet %  %  %  on tinda lesohillon of which notice %  i ..... June im MK rTBBSOL\ I %  !* % % % %  %  m %  .. the % %  %  ..,.. i. Vocational Training %  • %  i-ii.inl onus To BMine -Lislin Bn the v., Technical Education I \ I M I. t inquiry %  %  Ki-iih ( %  • %  H IW*1I Of PHD Hill, s; Peter, . %  the Di%  %  ., %  pant on ; ... and training. %  thai not ool) IHTII csUl,li>htM and fuiut-Spaln for > ... but the i " w ** A w wuoataon and ita cio n(iw a i l!K n to build Harper, tioiui training i Kelt How .in Ihey in IP4J when M r. C < i!.. about I p.m. oti Thursday. August Foundry l,l-.tauiiit. w:.. r la Appearing wi.H %  N.v ..!.. roldrncc prior to Aung divorcv action %  gall I m hr maiii.'u in 19311 Thar are thrr* rhil.lrrn hy tbc mnruEXPRESS Youngsters Eye Witness Account (>i Met Death Bv %  ( • %  ( %  .. . High winds In Dominica By Dora [bbenon Misadventure The DORA IBBERSI IN St i ia Well 1 %  'ill'! of l>.\ topn n( I Well i told the Idvoeate ndion Sun Domii i wm ei on. [ %  ] n .l i by the Ladj NeJeea witl s.i Rol %  %  ell, Oovernor press and 'be group and hi %  k for the bod i the Wi land int HI ihia Arough the An" Panei ind I : i %  id say thai IK'UI 11)-' many ..r tha w. I lala on of p. Ulna % %  IC i a urn' bv ... .i. 1 ^•.^atlon ind vo .ii ni | %  Windward talandi and Lai H > %  man) Houai at about y w . o %  IM tO I U i 1,. the boat, tho •%  •-> trk %  % %  ti .1 the car, but fortunately, I %  i %  i I : Mr. Brain %  l : I.... cl n to %  ..-Hi..,! Hi ; %  %  tpla ... . %  %  l %  foi ..il. %  r..i rii. welcoma he had b given i %  .. thr w. %  .UIK .il iiui in iigtan t<> wii %  ... %  %  %  %  %  i i 1 • i know yi I hav< of t agiM idea Iiui youi ,|u, %  i • %  lb ithi w. %  %  %  %  %  %  I ernmenl I that ii i min..' ratty Mr Braliw nai % %  %  'i r I...Every sweet is more delicious with BIRDS CUSTARD Ternaheeuraefei .tejni.n<\, nwoortinrii ba oBRBBi rom cuirard %  it. a> lonn J^ awrfcei . .can renx-mber BM Bl I aaaln) s.. •hm rea adi an • u-t-ird. int *i Meal nn aWbl kustARW OPOWDE" while hr \... %  '' I'urrenl was i. ( .l .... nrj Iropoi ant i< i i ,. ., lhl %  ed %  Kroup of •JUB of gn .1 .loleneA Polica Serge ig up from Iht d i Unique nd the launcher PI ty, wht %  i i) tne WCM i: June IPM i meeting ui %  %  %  % %  ... *rho know ti ,.f i in ... d IIII-I-UIIK ... in. ovvenui > %  •'..,. ,, ,, vv Ulil u ,,,n%  __ t, TSt iiSrerSceahS u3Sng c R w& ; Ill rule, % %  nd ' %  'T'li*: PfJBUC wi-ii id.appeal i I even %  %  i .ppllT. Mlrhclin <"i in. i the Redl ( per-plrto hm Uckl poll! h ndfte which ka to hel| r making ._.. meaaurement. S u g/hei %  i thing i .ml thiMnailer ~*^jt cl Nefeea had dJJBeulty in makmii %  %  %  I-...1 ivhuh ship.banai Era anchored off ih<' loading potnf when weather atruck the %  aJottfth..** M>* inn which remorad U w ith tin' A .. ,,-MI i, thi ...r K .'s Mrlf. I %  ol I' tiekeu .. botn %  Iran one pohci the III nd. Tho rrMe told the rUveeatc %  : Kola Ithai ,II nhy Ana rvhen %  ..• %  % % %  •' % % %  % %  reiuaedl ind occupation! do the Industrial concerni and the ihej Bunary System arlth ti" i %  BE n %  %  a %  %  %  and itlaikS ol plat vocational train In D UftXMfl Mil MONTH r \ .,.. juice dtt the I Th lau %  Ing thi called !•> two Lad] \-i*..n %  rare in .nna. tring of llrfap ,.,; ii'. %  then "'"''"W'.'l, m ,liAdvecate again ;""' I'" k i %  men to w .nd in I. .,„,-... ' .'ii Arcs of pMeengen < %  M % %  i^ay NI-UM %  tore V4 C. W. in inn i;. Cabinet %  -VI . ..,_ % %  I ' %  %  %  .1 ,. ,,,.ii thee DoaviMY meet thr siiiiir K6covera Stolen ii.i: \ Vt-iir/ii'i.ni rtsttai i.il.uving iiv. .d.-r> from HM ore of llaaiiayi a\ >• %  ui.> aaertti .ti... rataal . 1 iMrrday uhru .... ni.lit.i .ii lonl] Mi.it. had bee : .iiioiug rm > Banker, tinUM iii... bet in tini Kg. van iniuiul .i.il r n aflrr iha in. :tii. Hr ...in up .illi thr • itrf .nd ri-lrki-v.il lh.baadtbua hu Inc thlrf K nl •). Hr r.Hiriir.l uir haj I law rtatMH JH4 hiward w*a ai.ee. receivlna hat r ward, tr.iii r ..in I.I.I au -•t BM II Mr M J' surbl Hr .1 %  i i ai ii leaaed la n trirvhui ralraw rUrtaa faa pat ..I li tune i reeelva reward < afea had II < %  balding hut -i mi (.' Bpk iniil, .1 .MIL out i I WM law i ...• lllr V.il';,. i.ln ht %  %  aoa pi aaalinaed hai %  uppim. I) •puiL ;. li Wa I Indian BfTali K developn • ii in.. sl,t the Bi Uon ..I in M..I. merit in relatl • w. %  i Hi.Intera i of tha Wt %  i II %  tngla ol l In i rhe Part) aetlch i ..i I-. n ..,, P %  Ml lll.nl. ire i:< nerallj Inlen .ii.ui' 'Great Britain . TI trying to fm Iha an I i! down tture ia JU one thing I would like . %  %  ih.i thoaa of us wh.i .II.' moa ..%  ( \\ ooJonli %  Id I..dealt %  irl II dirfercni i and the G Hie Col%  %  %  %  has al lc nd in r i cni i hii %  %  %  time that %  aboul a:t5 %  %  %  HIT • Mich." %  %  .... r\ARM.H hNK.II ur LJ Vili .,;,.. St. R Mill:, Ind es and I think It la high %  %  trata M P i. HitDire* of Trained \\ orkrrs %  bat oocu %  present an To maki %  %  I %  %  form of part-time edi Tn make • rquipmci aurh tr.. I 1 evei Maaj aaaajla michi think 'hat it iv it,,, •i.ty* r ludnelflal BBfrrns if.iuinnr th-" cr\irr u( t -, hrdaauai la areeteli %  %  I around to hero %  waa a eerj %  tharge of thg I When rhr Lagj %.-i*n HI 14 day* t la ->r .n del ipted .. thai %  vitfa hard lal %  '' l. the Tr-.' Rranrii n • %  .' %  behelf of I h "t %  I Qoe I I^IHIIIIUII li I .i'l III i I '.it.(I Slaaalflhed i . %  Uva .ii' %  i %  I'M %  a] n bo t ihi %  i nigs. %  %  i %  %  %  %  RITZ STORE WILL RF OPF.NED AT TUDOR ST %  %  i i modem building .don* Tudoi Stn n .. Ian I %  I II ind .in. Mr llanniih foi %  11 m Africa, but ti n %  w. %  li III 1MB I o.\ TENIVIS by I llomalil Hull;i,.In; Ch .MM • how in 1 am •'( ii' world' In hut down a pro%  %  in ii you %  erful 'ii Ive %  %  have lead ei claim hi I %  Budge m plaj ni IIAVI: irvrnii: ADVOCATE STATIONERY k %  H 1 I I i a R %  ?RESH SHIPMENT OF PI III.\ \ mows ALSO i 1111 K I I I IMIIS II. Ja.HOIl Jours t \ Co., Ltll.-Diatributon. for Ihrm. hut Mm l fjr from brim Ihr rnrrrrt Hew Nrllhrr Ihr lndutrll C'oii, rn. ii..r tinin*"' wnrkmi •• of UIP varlou rrafta rr-nrwnrd Before Ing Pt Ike Mr Obrlfrr rqulpprd t • rr* out mi, R;,„( drlVUII tralnlni In a romprrhrnMvr ,,f v „ u bus drivers mut P mmnrr. f'urlhrrmorr who Is are too hasty and do not recprrt tolnr, to the raprntw to Irak i • prr\in %  %  %  In IM i. %  %  ufthoul thr .„rr of rrrrivim •"!" bl rrturn. It ii rlrarlv thr dut* of thr rduralional authorillrs lit rxlrnd thr *ropr of the rdunlinnil nrmramnw ' ht" rludr trrliniral rduratlon and vnratlnfial Iralnlne and v> • ".." in. MIIIO and daurhtrm of thr wl for ohUlnlng sulUhle rmnlaim'itl both lorall* and ,1 r. ..I u ., .1 i..d.> of •.horlaae* r-f hi "ir world aaaraete. rei i,: i,. Ilkr BarhadiM i ovrr;:iipul.itrd with a vrrx hlch unemptayatent rate. Thr rraw-n i, hlad Ibai iti"i gaepla hart I...i ihr aeeaaaan traininr fr Id il ..rr ..flrrrd. a:id 4 ran no longer afford dirTrrriU to thl A.\ imnnr'int aublr't %  nilKle for %  I •^naer industry Slight damage %  %  %  i v Netaa i there is a II Hill If It I SI'or every purpose Wit M.ips I'j.h $i.xt; Floor Srrulis Wall Bl Mian I-ihre BoWl Black Hr...:. C Its each DthuM I!" i •'' I .lllll.V I .' li Mllllan Brletle s:t.79 BVaea Cambg l|.-h Bnuhee amplenl HiHtl.r-. eat -: i: iir. -ii. 1 thai he orertooh the Ion i %  T in < %  . .... rnornmg aflrr b) I KC WBJ dlghtly dnmaRcinmg I y thr Imhler ''Coui CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. BROAD SIRtET •Thirf Cuht With Belt Broad Si i %  inn aboul alerted and immcdlal' rig (hrnuiih Hlgginson's A. was running toOa Fare T von I.VW SAVE I llnublrant I rlrhntnl I r. Baoafe. Oiir at er l w Colornr, Seenlrd l.rr. si/. Mrd -ml I.avrndrr Water l-r. Mrd s "il i Ptaawa it .-r Parfaaii Qii"h|kr ll-ur ivrlumr %  ad I'rrt ... I rrdurrd to KXH.HIS inn 1. SUHU.S ;^*^^AVA-/.W.V.'.'.-. / .-.'.'.'.'.-.-.V.V/.''.'.'.'v.''...v.'.V.. N OTI CI out CimVOHIM ABS A8KE0 TO NOTE THAT OUR ivonKsiioiAMI si IIVK I\I. DSPABTMENTS will. ill. LOW l> MOM MONDAY, :iKI>. SEFTEMBI R IM. WILL I:I:->I'I:N K.IIN US MONDAY, i"TH Bl PTBMBBB, IM1, so AS TO ENABLE OI'R l*l KSIINSI I. TO HAVE THI B \SM M. II \VK. A SKI:I.I ION Bl \. I WttJ. HI U UL Allll Kin BMEROEMCDn IIM.Y OCB OPTICE, OASOUNI -I'll \M'\i .! ING PARTS AND AC! I BBORll B I>I PAR! HENTSWILI Bl OPI N FOR HI SIM ss is l si M. COUBTESY WHITE PARK ROAD (.Alt V4.i: DIAL 4616



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SIX BAMIAIMN ADVOCATl Till BSDAV, SEPTEMBER 6 Dreadful, Choking. Spasms Of. BKONCHIAL ASTHMA r: WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS %si:n IX 1SII NIGHTS When one dose of ihe amszintf Mixture will ease that choking, smothering spasm in seconds' Bucklfy's Mixture is no ordinary medicine—its different from any Cough Remedy you have ever tasted—Triple Strength—No Syrup—AM Medication. One Dose Stops The Cough Whtii you (eel a cough U choking bronchial spurn coming on, JUM lake a dose of Buckley'i Mixture and *AVB1IOW slowly You'll feel the powerful healing warmth spread down through your throat and broo< hial lubes, soothing Inflamed parts, eating hard breathing and loosening tough phlegm, making it easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture is made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and other proven ingredients There's not another rough medicine like it. Get a bottle TODAY, and relief right away. BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE A SINGLE SIP TELLS WHY WE SELL A MILLION BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA ALONE. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash anc 1 CreaV Customers for Thursday to Saturday oniv at rfliibility UOITPN1NG B you can b* eure of f*tUn/ • %  trone. %  nootti riexlbU and %  boM kit c'mft/r slide u teaar Look r the nj ma on slider pall Ilki tlCHTNlNS FMTEHI "fc Limui) P — TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH Th BtCC Book for Ihe jroong rrlrkHw Contribution! b y •evrta! of tfta leading rrtckatwa ol ti,i.,. WUh prologue by Sir Donald Bind nun 11,,'OHNSON". STATIONERY USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tins. Anchor Powdered Milk 2.24 2.00 Tins Pineapple Juice .33 .30 Tins Ovaltino (Large) 1.54 1.48 Tins Pilchards (is) .22 .20 Tins Evap. Milk .29 .27 Bots. Frontenac Beer .26 .20, D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street : A re You going to Australia? No? Well then let us (over the West in.in-. Cricket Tour for you. I'.i .,ii..! impressions el Mir Cricket Writers or. the Spot will make you Feel thiil you were there to see it. We nlso give excellent Law Reports from London while there are Special Pages with Complete Financial Information, tinier Puges b> Winston Churchill. SUBSCRIPTION : Yearly *!. 0.0. 0 Month. £ S. 10. G. 3 S. 0. 0. /%Wit Sails XTrlrgf^b Representative: I. W. V. Gale. c /o Barbados Advocate. Phone 3204



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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER a 1151 RVRIIADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -I VI N CLASSIFIED ADS. ^^^^SSSSS^S, — %  — — Tma 9 !m JTWMJI "•" %  "^ *d siw o. u-4*v. P*. Birth*. M.nnag* er LiM'*"| iritwui.tm.tr. i. .n c.rifc Calling (h -arge it 13*? It-i Ml nimMr pf wor ip KKwgi eenu Mr word lor **<, addliloral *ord T*rrri **h pnan* ZX* betweec I and • p m SID (or •! N*Wai — a,.U t-o- ) cent* a wd we*li-d| r f n a i% %  • %  os gaadep*. HEAL ESTATE "" "' > %  • %  •aapaai.a Ati %  *ia .1.4 MT.IIIB „, |„| HI).! UafJTgB Oil I—On ftepiaenbar a. INI. at '.-• &f .I Mwtouai. Oarar am. better "o.d a* Brown*. blarWirr-llh. lat* footballer of Notre Dama Hifiineeal t-.il ...... m. mother* la-idenc*. Chal.ion Gap CUIIoden Road al 4 V p m la-day for u* W..lbu* Camel*** ""••" .motherPi %  111 and r. ..alee. .--. % %  .. .1 Winaton and Noai brother* > S • H—In George Handal 11 1 H..H ir of Mar aon •IIVT. Chnal C .eta** i •** %  OH-1 Pudl*. Hall. Oeors • t •! -MI-TH (hi September 1 1*31. tu.i.t Thaophilua Imili'. laia U-> caipaniai of Chapel Hill. SI Jot... KM leave* In* above HTHMI !" iMNpm II flat lor Sorietv C'h^ptl Mlldrad Smith ..• Odrlh* und Ai.4aF.> ,i. ahlei II. I Fvaiion mid Olitit ..K.L AUTOMOTIVE CAR Ona Vauanau •M rondiuaa %  „,) lval>n. Por,tao*lle CASWSlandard H*| Saloon formerly •ii. Can W aei *t Ch*4**> r..n*. |HJM Ud RTM.Ia *,ee, e*7lC Man-** Sail-an £AR-Ort# Chryiler Royal Car | flaattrda. .ill r%  _.. ,,,-eit,.,-, Apply Harold Weanieriead c %  i...inarhaad Umilad 4 >1 the under.igi.ed MM at I ntOTICF. .M*b giwii thai iita e Well I he fcou-* .11.11.* IBM. -. Hilrhai, IRpI ptiit-aae Iliad two r*wd* >"d PaCoNPtl B**a. ia U. "' ina aptd Cma n > | „ %  applk-aiion %  •• %  and addrratri and ir-r T, %  > p m al NWlr aaalt or „.,m. d lh^ nainaa >-• )•>* ddrt— of tiaw %  aurwar*. if an' >ndiliaa of •> *** undaranjiad, and if ao laauirrd .>natMa in • ruins fram lha (aid IPO.N a lANFin r : > jaia> an p. ih.Hr aalieitort op> in ir proH titair ,o dabu MUM M PU>b HPM and plar* aa U Si Virhaal Inaprcll '"f n* •— a a* bavN of a ]* am For furlnar parlKuian Mt-TCKI Jama* srrati a* %  M -4a, CHAMBER DISCI SS TECHNICAL TRAINING # from % %  !•pi r.is Ipisf sum of me. IIC v in nn> Ctoluiloi In I (Oil poll%  i %  e ofTpri .lui-ii.a %  - oitr : ... II n Mudal %a Plwna l I r.i Prau Slov*Tabla %  ...3.. IN MKMORIWI l .*Tt K-Tn lAMnp B(B10M „ Drurllla Caitaf who fall -al. Ml) S>plamW. IPPO Thar* U a fMi fata mian A dr.ir vo* U. A plarr u va.-. %  Ttial navar ran ba flilari Tha flovtai, plarr i •ml PUN vir |p h>vm, "irmoTT of our drat hliabaitd and falhr. John Haiibaat Downir. who died on lha Mi Srrp. IMI r> fada* aitd Ufa daparl.. UfeMn iWilt, Mat Jan.. OMM iChO•krani, riainr nanahU'-tn-U• Artnut S..n.m-ia Rprtiard. ppttlcia. Maurran. Daamond %  (raiul-ehUd>ati., eunca. I Ktnn.tr. ibtolh*.. lambar. Till m You II nlVOMsH l.t lovlnl nt. in-w.n.h .Qrann ...laap or. Sapia-ibrt Twm ihraa >.an aK> SIBCP p-ir drai ona .. A.\MM MIHFMS DHV €3O0D An' REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLADON %  > c. A PS., P.T.A. FOR SALE larla l.-s. doublr i .-.I r ,.|-1 Kf Thar* la wiin buiti-i wardrobam. vanl'a Hiirhan. bathtoom wllh tub and %  howrt. aolat hratinp inaUllaiion. larpi* "nd 1 IrnTraaaW' ioom> Tha groundi of about 'i an acr ate heavilt wuodad nh Mahofa.' and Platnbovanl lipaa IjWiii and MrMM Aafljntd tatlac-a ara in a vclndad -.Had to lawn "STRATHMURE." Cnllodrn Rd -A aparioui I-.tort* ilore hotiar built In lait with tha typa of malarial taraly tin lo-daf A.commodaiion rompriar* anckoaad %  illaii... J racrpUon. tlmtna roOni, ^ badtoutnu. kltchan. panttv %  arnar *tr irndad at I RT" pantri. lU rf,i|. taducPd POULTRY KS biiporl.ti Htl IUIII .mt.ulh Ro. thiaa. i monl i M-tthawa. r ,-i.i Riaci Tha .jr.aarat4i.ad w.u oHm t^ ,, u ., PAibh. rompaajlior. ai thai. ORI... N-. IT Huh rttraa* Brtd appoinimant with Mi. IL Topptn. sth Avanua Dial MHJ For further partifulata and rondltloni of ..la apply *,:_ COTTUe. CATTORD CO u %  .\ i :. iflad i x>t tha] rich i will I I diamfcut.,,, mada b.lota i n oratt %  • ptavatl Datad tn.. Htl iM > %  '%  : %  .. ,., -No 14 Jam. 4taaai Rrid.ato.n UtpiiMBMr. WAMIV HELP i •, .i.,.. T,. rrrpBR %  rytatd nidanlsnad will offar i-oi %  . th.Tlh da Tha daellli.ahA.aa fc i %  I.IJIVMVi-^K." will • .lereiri tha aarrta aland a raTaMfJtof, .- %  ..! tii>.| by P4M4 Ibl aquare (*•! I a. It at tha land %  rvd %  •.-!., admeaaiireIhareabvuia. MKSCKU-ANKOIS % %  % %  | iv im that lh< %  1 i rn >if ihi> laaMbd i it kf R IIOLI* aupiiMKh la thl It ia true that witlm. u-t.iii mn iiu11*11..11.,~ v -., % %  ,.,intiilulc hiii sprtinn it ifii^ ii IIU IUIHUI rr,iuwcRi couei* in 'innm -placTT" a ia Incapable of mtmini CM ej*trnnf!s ma.)HI Jt, md %  wondly. th* Cl**s whirh PIP einducird by ptrt-limc Lf4ur#r. <• attended by adulu nnh i n informed that out of a total of M cRndidalet for t^mr**. m -III-I oombiuiiDn and electrical ilineeniif. oni] 24 can be idawd. Of the*.-, an I i>nl> H can Riadu.le Attain %  totally uiade-tc number lor the Market rhe mom rei-ent rata t fMhilUOn in tlu Inland is l.aO*J,| |%  I and Vocational Ti Ifland. Cost %  i. :ri %  H .:!aer.t I*K;IX>NT(Three trii. e-ipaar.t at i LIVESTOCK i u.iiiduia* tnaratu. lha Saa al llaatlna:.. <.nrla< tnutch .on,in. Hotel Royal lnBPrltr> aiar day aaeppl Sunday.. of II neon and ft WANTID TO RINT KARIROtal TO ,.IM |„ tound rilv-fltatifeld Voll A Co |.i ii i-i i i made hv ihp Wm India .n thl* rontv i 'king that I OOP) of U of,. or tl"^ f # ,he **"" catod ia v '', u ; f "' '") '"' %  ''" %  eduemmn and vwittKin-i l] ")' v < vl <""> %  '••' .,,,„,<... „.. I am KOtnB (Q Ui k vnu r.dntle. *' Ul lflSo ,ul "imxIiK'e thi thBaOllWOf) ..t Which notfe, rm mfe>n>iatl-Ol the MeetI arm given on the Agi-iul-. with • bopa thai Oovarni iiake a *lart Ra poon aa neui year b) BllocaUni .. raai ub.fi niaa %  iiiuVI ha* re. M uRBked pi %  rnfrailtag held In Barliail.. U tda in 11*48 Ol m itpac furthe. inl It a .Me*Una tf i,. i wated Cbambara of Ccimmerre %  I Klit# in IMS at which I WM pr*a*ni a cabla WRa rfcotvad futn th* West India Commlne* Inndon. dealing uiih Vorntinna' and the rrhaKi.. h, to the i i.liimr. Thta cable w. v.ltih at that meeting and -• IBUU -ne expreaaTiiR the MeeL %  en, with the an„e' v, ilnc-si I .>*•. i claiming goods debt Steohan Ma.-cvli arad la DaAToola %  lakUlhtraoil^f. Ehr ina Masroll wrola Ihnt the • p.-.i an Cty Pharmacy B. *• New. pt, •TIM. Ki.lfhta ltd 11JPI-T F N Oent'a ilruehai. DanUI Plati Bruafve*. Ball Menxure rioor 8*1 Bruanee. and rr.an> H P Stteet Diainbulori •hlanant. all idiruf IUIH llii'llt.-nitht ni'hee. < Bruahe.. Powdar niba. Fibre Bowl other* R CO LTD Middle Dial XM> a t *i— IIEHF Alt th -t-ti 11" wanly Palm Olivi gap liotlat. Ciiaaotia Ctaani Ottei ... -*r cake. Call lot Ihem a LTD KN1C.1IT a • it-* %  IR.DE-CO a m itr. DPI „ rutura D %  „i KMUItTK LTD a a II -an SOAP* < ilt/lCNT Wr .ftar to.,1,1 a reduclaon due t K Era Toilet Soap Itr r* Coaoana in fane> h. ft per KNhaKT-a 1-TO UMUIT MAJOll -Con.iru.llan.I Anil. nake* abaolutelv Rifld 9tcel Pramawork rrom a few packtta of UNIMCT MAJOR p MURSON. SON a co Dial 1TI) 4IH 4 t J|. | XMAK OPT<:. Perfon^ Dtuhaat of air A Y> radu KMOtlT* LTD lch.br Ilia Prenrh V. r. %  HlgllpJI a • 31 -lr. Foi i„rlht patticolara. and condiuon* of -ale. apply t.. VI>TT\J/ cATPonn a co ia a ai a i> The undetalti.ed will "Bar for Salp at publar compatltio.. at their OnVe. No If, Hiah at:.-t BudBriown. on Fildav tho I4.tr. da> of Sapietnber. IMI. al 1 M THE COTTAGE aiTT SHOP, aundln* apt a on -|..,r feet of land, adioinina lha QaiUaaoa Aquallr Club. I i Plata Fimlei rphara *, nlr Advorata Ad vcrtlalr* ftrpatt.n.nt li II 31 1. RIWH AUCTION %  4i cHLvaoLir loaav, wa ara .•Itiictrd by Ihe Inautance Al.nl. lo aell v Aurtion thla vahjel* wturh hai bean .in-aped in pn ao idem Sale at Caurtaay Oarac* on Fridat If. Sept al 1 30 p m JOHN M BLADON A Co > 3I—*n roil iii;.vr MKIa-um rharpa n **k Tl cewli M real. T-.-dai,. M n'O'di o.^e. M word* 3 real* a word iaaak-4 rent* a uortf on Sunday a. HOUSE CLfPTO.N TBaaatAOa—To an approved tenant. Pumlahed Honec. Upper Bay St Oppoaite Yacht and Aauauc Cluba. All '..udetn *on\enlenc*e. Applr on premlaea a a ii 111. •tone ho. i.t of aound loraled On ovat '. an aete of good ftonlaga Flnt data Band) beach and food aafe balhlnf The honaa haa S Urge living room*. 4 bed. ..;... the A.IN •%  HI. TPMBT'I Balbb*ba. Sub•lantlally ttullt trodrtn atone bun%  Alow on tha araw of th* ciifli and garage Rlartritllv "d wat.r are laid on The Und I* over a .rat and their .ire -bout M Co ro^ntit tree. An IMtr ratine ptopoaltion at the low figure a.tied %  WIN wnint*. i..,;..,t. St Jam** l'nrurnl*h*d houa* o" roi'l. with 3 b*droon-. lounge, %  IJII.. pvaflcaahlng >a> *U. Imrr.edlaia poaaaailaa RENTALS CRVfF HOI Kf St Philip • WAVRBUtT St Lawrence a>Ara HOi'arai i....,-., t -DK rtjANC"BRT". Silver Sand* Mirivvvr Garden Cap, Worthing rtlAa.tvr HIII • HIT ll.l Dayrell a Road, Si Michael MNITIMAII Fl-AT* Codt.r.aton Hill. i Michael KIM>V WIMW4 T-raepart. i Ha %  — Navy Gardenfibowa. Lounae ad ahower Shoi Thtae GvVlRNMINT NOTICE VACANT POST OF MRIUCAI. OFFICIR OF HEALTH BARBADOS. B.YY.I Applications are invited for the post of Medical Ofik.i ol Health at the Bpaigtvfelown Health Centre which will serve the iia northern parlahcs of Barbados, covering a population of some sixty thousand paopla. 2. The salary of thla wholalii'ii post which la pansionable la in the seal* *4.390 v 240— $4,800 (British West Indian dolli'T--). Salary subject to deii -. of 4% of aalary under Wid'yand OnaaataB 1 r.-i.i... Act unless wholly or partially exempt by membership of a Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme in another Government. 3. Passages up to n maximum i.a.1 Sl.440 are paid en liiM appointment. LMVV pa's.i,. not PBKI. Leave condili'inv %  !* %  iri accordance with 1<" ragulatlons. 4. A house allowance is paid a* the rate of 10'i of salary Quarters are not r-oviut.: 5. Travelling lllowgnat if payable in accordance With th* iocul regulations mad* undsi thPuhhc Ofllcer* Ixan and Travail-, Ml RPIIV IHENEL ENOlNr: Tenders arc invlie,) for th* G iirchas* of one (1) New Mnd ,,,., ,.. Vocational Ctmi^lug ba %  %  tain furn'm, which I>aCoaU 4* Co Ltd . :" t witnesses SaHppItMper'a Soil Vsljoiirui'il Other i.olonii's lude Instructli ncation and r 1 i.l theie. siMlar centre i* iin.tiuct.ir, ,,. Sjll v< ,. |1 A f-1 1 ',, '' 1 unk-. %  if account f"i t.his Funare available it m not possible t gay what the correct balancshould be but there is a llkeh hood that me Town Clara: ba) .affect, ircen using pai funds of this Ti hii own purposes fe>r .1 able period M Kuliie. ..,,,1 t!-.,t |„ is matter of technical *dticati..i, 1 vocational training, ha itiaflrd mm th. uld eventually mar., •rhmen in th* wnHraaicP .\ Tftanop such gg that of hi, firm Hie Bail .0. Fi iiM.m -f or ( n M Wn.l 1 ,,.,1K wanlcu I kiiuiii.. noi necessartli people With technical kn.iwlwi,, iln 1 g|,. %  \l it the> needeil m t( |.-. i co..id use a cbJatl and hammer, M nic who could HIrat chmi and things like that \s fai .1 Ml K; .'i.i %  tl wages of boyi in ardor to get the boy of a higher .. -tandard than what WLIS then the I ... to tram I 1 with thf hope thai he wuuld levcum* > the recomn workman In n .shorter sjian ..t :.,-,. CommlttaMj appolaaiad b] 1 %  thai wi <., m n n 1 M (aa* ,.. t.ae failed 11 that effort. We did m conraxUon with Vo • 1 lict the boy whom we ware rechmcal Tralnlrui, n>i the anl into Ushment of 1 mbarri 1 ., this j.ur alao iiientinn that I have tcaml t.'uii Britlah Oulana has verj elaborale centra f>.i Tchn.. h.nal Tr-innm which haa l*en thetl 1 Government "iri win. 1. n the 3lt March nil. 1 %  %  done in r*ie uei." %  lion mlh thii M-i. un. portanl matter. I think the tun. '1.. .11 rived dan* on ilinui Ilarhadni. Dvanuneni I %  1. RdVt I tO .i|H)l\ %  fit the allotment 1 . %  valUbtt mnoi undei lha lO-jroau Plan I 1 .. 1 ng foi Jbll I ibtli aarvl"* or got a jeil. thai u id 11... *oi, tab hands. ... arc athJ ...i.iin.nng the in. 11 ..sad iat ul paj ho wot living tn i\-* our bojri :i knowledge of i-iniin. MM work%  .p ; 1... tn e, tti and aeaaruj up to %  Qgrtaln point, it though In which tinfirm 1 11 %  > would gl; an] n lurp foi the ruj What I mean is that, nfti with ua ... take 1 |ob kVlul I "He UM '.11 go KM in in. ill. .,... not. lid %  r.i ol iMivtrnmtnt l 1 %  • %  nlttac "I will *gv that 1 am < %  1 MkaUonal tinning ond 1 i 1 onaUj would bo worj dlimppantii ir a beginning ut lea • provided nar In noatl At the Court of Original Jnrla(iii lion yesterday Judge H. A. Vaughn adioumed a caar R I I Pilgrim Head Chr.st Church, brought against Evans Clark* of the satin district, claiming $140 03, as the bal, debt. The judge granted the adlournment so thai l..iii.>n in mini witnesses who mlaht help prove her case Ig noods frenii het M during IB48 ai 1 Clarki %  . r pocne ... 1944, His %  I inn lo inn. and told hiro of the debts When DM I ut. n will wet such p vide nee •< the shop girl who dis1 Itohttd Clarke', wife I "SHIPPING NOTICES tll.S 1 I.l M it • I H M It*W SgALAMU l.lhk. I.IMIIRDIM A N / I ifTt PAtltV %  > P 1 1 U..t-iM J :sth n. 1 h, Mackat J,il> SNitl. nn.i.,.i. Jilt A.11 .III. Idellvun-e itnvliig at TTI> %  nd Rarhado* S (,., >an*hlpm< ia. La*-.aid and Wlndwpid I W In v,c" ..[ our large pop .111. the amounl Of unemployment with the fact that li'ieii' :, %  ,„,-nr / wUad iii n %  M-II branch <•' Ira k thli U %  roattai In which Oovenunoni shnuhi cadence Appreciated Need ..... 1 -. particular. ap|.lt < I in TR1MDAU. ^ i n-H a i n.lKIIAlH. a w 1 BeWi.p..."ADVERTISr.' pn The olo HARBOUR LOG In CarlUle Bay M4taa.teae %  Was present at u a-etlnj -aid %  • .1 twara ..( th. need for greatei fill 0, 1 lectinlcal and educati mal train I .1 out. he 1 1* itart of the tiaya—w, rr# this was 1 liehad arrived Iri tnti 1 land 11.il the l-rgiiiriiiiH .,f I)eeeinl>ei a lhav RJJM nitih-ioiked Into ihe Budget H. Dnaiiy pugfjaated that ,-. "Foi the mfrirnipttnn of mem1 igl at prea> %  if all .I|I| icntnt* is $11(6 20. ana I cfit (list ended tinCO if 304 10" Mr. Kidney then talked ol the %  thnd ueed In I dinina|u li-'v • %  >' faalitl rhei-.lui. Jui^ ia*m MM ILfn 1 petal orcaatoai ORIENTAL SOl'VE.VIHS GUu. Cmrto; Jtwrl. A.U.M.. Im, lllkt *)*.. Etc.. R. THASirS Pr. Wm. Iln t. B Dial 34$C w>,v#w/////// CAIiDIlM SHOW WHITEHALL. ST PITER in aid of St. Peter's DAILY MEAL" Open Dally l.3 a m. Ui S m Fram aalardat. geptember Ith ia geateaiaer 3tth Inelaalve FN'TRANCE :-: 1/fabl* and W laa.ia* 11 with Uw Mam BafTMoa* • '"'-' 0 1 gat. rair a a c.%  S S r. *dt .. %  s s Mon,.* S S II. Da i..i. i-. B*a Pearl ft ft Advlaei. H S Alro i Pointer 8 S Wodj %  I I 1 IB Loch ejiith. ss Casaae %  MMlUtS. B a Alcoa P*.in*ni s rl Alcoa Cornell. S S Fulkt fia-fi... II. 8. It is proposed that four (4) is a s H• .Sanitary Inspector wi'l aid Hi r T s c ^; these duties. um, a a 'Oi larrn.-*SS AII.M PurlUn. SB 0 ThMedical Officer of Alcoa Partner g B Alcoa K.i Tertu*. a B Co-tillThereaa S S Foi Atlanta Sacondo R R f nieniey was* to t aching of apprenliees so tnai they would in .ii.. llveUhood as a result, it would i' well If Governnu '.mc nrr.tngement with II ngeaea a I hi them C.nvernment could bllity for the in t vi.,i of thin tr.'.initia For thi %  could then be on n ad toi the l the t ori.ii.ni-. i uid taSei Ian %  %  i .11 wages Mr Kidney. I do Rot know if they will parvi II pUI pose." l^mg Neglected %  M*,.„. Health A-ould be expected to lake j %  %  '"Jf Up duty on or about the January. 19S2 and applications Dnaaman. ahculd reach this ofTiee not Ir.ter H r >" than the 15th October, IftSI. gt.Sl—3n VANSLUYTMAN BRINGS RICE The 76-ton schooner TirnoSan 1 A. II. Vansluytmaa sailed into port from British Ouiona yesur;dav with a cargo of SO bags of rice 500 bag"' charcoal. H Urn I of Urewood and 85 packages of fresh fruit. Oranges and grapefruit were Included among the | fruit "Thi trip from British Guiana is one o; the r.nest thai the Vaal alaylmsn has made with me on her. the male said yesterday Th* Yanalurtman was neverthe, less about T5 miles out to see from %  British Guiana when high winds and rough seas were experienced -iv other ships in the Caribbean on | Sunday Th* mate said that they | did not meet the squally weather The Schooner Owner*' Association irtformed the Advocate yesterday that the schoor.ers Rainbow M SEA WELL aaiVAia M> w i \ i .l.i.i. Ida Oewbiiry. Mar*. rnuilrone* June .L'haatanal. It i*l. Donold ftue-a-Quan laa Mary Dt-.a ,. Jnnath* I llrvaii. On I'.ni II. ..., ll.nrj Adl-gai. Iraaa IrlalSad It Brai... H aai.ker. R n-ifl V Dag J Ct.ll. Made* Lee gta,. Vor.le.1. It" Keil> J***b '. ItfPAJHtl Bl n. R W I A L Pa* inaiaa* Clit*i*e Ctaneland. J.eiai Kh.if.i %  fJSBlIRM fkake Alan I'M* I Hoarh. Ina* Ihuii lea. Rinn Abrahai L gggle.f.iri. Hni". Mayer. Raperi G-ida h Budget would be 1111... %  -t then would !• no Incluaitan %  %  mtii ihi had beet I SI In the rnonth lha1 I bi since, the Secretarial bad gone through the len-vi it*, up ,i li-t ol i th.it plan Ingethei i thtit hut • At th" lop "I %  .also luchiucal BdUCB In. II mil many OJthei th-ngs 'IF ara ..-as the II i %  bir%*^** .1 A.igi.tt ... %  CANADIAN SERVICE PAJITaVrn I'll/IHIM 1 Auguit I a>pi*it. M Replem,., KIIRFRT TIIOM LTD. 4PPLY:— DA COHTA NEW FORK ANI. OVLV SERVICK 00L LTD—CANAIHAN 1ERV1CE wi-; WOULD WaQaOOMI mi; DPI-OKTIMTY TO HI-L YOIK OatOBM FOI ii mWE LEAB on. mmd TMJVTB Hit ( ornei ed ltn>ad A M i rou n i# I Ion V C. Gale said thanks ot the Chamber and the %  ut munity should b* glvi Wlthnall for brlnglnK the matter up that day. It was a matt U a had Ion*; baan ra %¡%  ., i (,., -,-.,.., world today than I Barbados had hee pod reputatiot foi aducatloi Afat HUN Wr-. Indies wei If one took into conalderaUon tie la*t flguit• to aducatfon i.i would %  %  Bai log •and. "Unfoit ., gone In for technical education which is needed." he said I ,l> v. oul.l Iiee..pla would lie "iiupiied to work f-.i a living instead of iust walking about when looking for ;i %  b and i ifti i 'han not, in van. Ail Uv coing to a seenridary or t.: h hool cannot h. dot las teachers, eivd parvai I and these thing! > i .; given any whatsoever, w"h theresuit that when tilev \< s. h--l they r y diflk-ull to %  This n Rtt cal trainig was 0O> up very seriously by the mint, said Mr. Gale Ii* thought 1 ie Maine name i Ollld b0 %  .?" w 4 !,— A • .,".„ %  master' RATM0F EXCHANGE 8^^S*^S.?K f some kind of technical ed< should i>e started as soon poaatbR Ai D-ia Mgea • I I.etM i McLeOd S....O. Brown* Roiaci wi. V ., ...... Tar-M I ...... Mtarlh* DAI' I */\". %  lad Gardenia W.. which left Bar* prtly hefore th.bad weather set in on Sunday, reached W/A*AAr-/r/,v/,/ ( v.v/. ( thi r I* tii %  .'.'Sfely. m si. i Banker. at i Damand Draft. SI M'V p* I Draft. SI I Hf. pe SB 1 Plranuri' ... Mr. A %  .. I h.ve fr.tl plt..ur cleans everything smoothly and speedily I



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ESTABLISHED 1895 1111'RSHAV SKPTKMBKH fi. IflBI CENTS Russian Sabotage Move Foiled No Invitation I. K. M.P. i To Conference For Red China THE tuu Western Poe FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. > on Wednesday broKe up Russia's first big attempt to torpedo the Jttpft nese Peace Conference. Delegates voted 45 to three against Russia's deir.v d that the invitation of Red China to the meeting f-/* considered. Only three Communis* delegates to the conference voted against support P.-: Secretary of State Ache son. Indonesia abstained. Soviet delegate Andrei Qromyko pointed at Acne-fton, arose from his seat and marched back to the speaker's platform. Thr light minute after Acheson i first business session Orcmyh %  linn Rca Chin., and should l>e immediatelv considered Ht China had an "Indtspir %  %  to parttdjMto HI signing U • menti. When At heson ruled In out Of ordci I. MM "I protest. The Soviet di gallon wl'l r .1 until the Confer**nn 45—3 Tin Polish delegate shouting match and tril the floor. He ruf (ilatform when Achcscr, h •d Kenneth Younger ot %  Communist!! kepi the flooi I"'.M!I |0 minutes brfor%  urged a vote supporting Ach' on his position that the Chinesequestion raised Oron rko was out of order. ShoutiiiK mid confusion continued until Acheson. who nerved as presiding officer of n pBOT ruled thai each OfelagaUon should have bul live n rakftj points of objection Again Russia challenged the nillng so it was put to vofc floor and wMnninl by an m whelming ma ( %  rumykos Points Grumyko made the following %  Firstly, Russia will later put forward "such proposals as it considers it MCMNq % %  Secondly. Th .. %  > ., just staring III w"i u la JIILpcsslble to Miy how much time It will toko to consider such n eo.nf lex problem a* the Japanese eace Treaty." Thirdly, %  not imi .ii pi mi Ht vln one. We do not won) Impose views." Fourthly, everyone hi putable right to piCM-nt any proposals at the conference." me was dlaclo eonveraaUon with the. Brltls] Minister. Kenneth Youiig*-i. ,.i %  diplomatic reception last night, after Truiiun formally opened tic conference with a warning that Its sole job was to sign the treatv • Bin Flffct" Gi'omyko asked Younger ho* Irng he thought UM would last, and Younger told Mm "it should be ovor in a week T h • n. Younger asked foi Gromyki Ing's duration. "A" month." Gromykn answt The r .. adin Oeneral Carlo RTTTUIO i"viall> nked Qroroyko W at ore von lOlni the hi-; fight?" -if by ihe b I I |ht' my right to %  p*ah ind ... Gromyki ••enlieH The United Slate* m planned to ap*d the %  %  tions to soeerrM %  piece, IT Truman Outlines Platform II Mr.RUMAN SMITH SAN PRANCiaCO, Seat I. %  %  icrats with .1 pi I %  In. fi nil %  nurl. writers he will vhul until 11 binMsIl on I 11 11 it 1 pmrtj rollu il western stitM (earned u. regard lino .is 11 % %  %  >n at Fairmont Hot) I huh he Tii.11'. Bea d most of tha that the President Wl 1 Jump into the INI His Idea was simple Support UM mocratk state and "you will DC orkmg for the people of tne United States; you will be working for world peace." The crowd yelled with the Intensity of fight pulling fur I kiiovkoul.—U.P. Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund Vn.ither --in 0JMM into ili Ihr IlKlllr. jnd liutftvI* < • riluiri* UM BSBSBSBI l hID whi.h w'll gi ha t*-e -trieken Janulrna. He*t'"I I'l.inUlion led the " v^lr-nlay with a donation of $?*. and at the • nd of the scale w.i4 I ad Mile sl ii.ee lII TOI I INK \ PLACV BFTWITN THIS!: TWO? To-day Rtni vou another opportunity (p do tour bit in this J'-'Hiii; 1.111V1 Flther of thI nk. or the %  KM of IfcM NrM^paper will receive your donation. Bring II in )< %  (i.i haiifh A r >1 Mr. t 1. Hu 1 lUnk 11 1 an 1 1; 11 I.-: r Mi. %  %  %  lira -h .( I .mm*,,. IAD 00 %  .. lea Britain II.iNot Tim atoiu'd 1 Font'. lX)NDON. S-1 'I -i. I Bi Iteln has mode any threat to use force to implement thr StCUlit) Council's resolution cslltni on Kyypt to lift the blockade of the Suez Canal. A spokesman said U 1 .HUMthrough mlsundei durinjj %  Voreii %  1 ben a newsman asked whetiu-i 1 lake ai %  funnei Itep Ihe Un • luuon. t nun III {/nortor* : MI said in wilh other powers v %  when someone asked rhethi force would be used In unple%  iguo Ud 1. pUed "Of oou cannot %  lint lie said BrlHiin had 1 .1 1 fore igalnsl Fi^'pt —FT. Nehru Rejects (srahum's PropOflalfl mxi rxi ose a van* ty of %  1 While • are pictured as uns:rui %  h Ttaes ire 1 • %  %  in < nmpls %  I 'I .'lUttl.t ?s M %  I 1 %  False Preleiires nption of methodi ol 1 iti ... kis has the impression that M •. i>ut 1 1 %  %  NBW DILHI Bei tewish origin According to a United Nations Medi.i' r 1*1 %  •. Pre da Graham prr^sented Nehi posals on the dem-.idai reeJ n s m ss or by first and paler%  Ftubin, AMI' inf them of sn bezzllng moncj from a pi .: the MlnJflury'i departf 1 Tin ret irom Sov%  .1 %  I I %  %  lornau from < %  %  seem to br 5tll! tolerated is that of %  %  RUSSIANS SEEM TO HE ADOPTING A DEFINITE ANTI-JEWISH POLICY OBSfRVfftS LEUEVE Bv W. A. BTBEB LONDON. Semi .. 01 rcrvtri believe evidence, is eccufnulaUnjj that Moecow is now set <>n .1 definitely entl-eeinltlc Interne! policy and cilo the most recent case of an anti-Jewish DO %  %  limll almri of oiBcutll "f -'• %  wish extnution lrim various Fleldi of Soviet economy. The Pfi ol it -%  ii IM o he Jammu Kashmu dav night** 130 mum' 1 Jehru did not accept thr Graham %  /as e\|" or Kaiach "" ; %  %  Pakbtai ir TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrior 5.50 am. -urw.t 6.05 p.m. Moon 1 irM ljuailer. Septe iber 8 l.iRhtini —•> mi [> nt. lliKh Tide. Ml | in .0: p.m. Low Tide: 1.00 am 1 At p.m. the — t.p S>*t&C, I hope the ml of you know what l/ou are doing. I'm watttng for my xulft Kansas River Rips Out Bridge Kansas Utter ripped out the railroad bridge here, aftei tf.000 %  uated from North Tupck.i. when the nvi llircitened lo repeat 11 ,. of [ M t ID H-iwever. heavy rains, predieted for the lerlalute, ind toe Hureau anUMt the river has levelled 'ir Amj erurjneers, working •(plu| the dikes proNorth Topoka. sedltloosj e<|uipment All of the Ukec, h o l d hu j bach the 1 •hnttered in the dissstroiis flooil ID July Hil \IV REVISION.— Premier \i< ids !>•• Qsepesi lefl for Hi • '.ties to seek the revision "f the Italian Peace Trsely. and lo press for the return i,f Trieste t \ MISSING rtisiior. 1 %  4 run 1 ichl. the I %  1 %  >nd hi* fntc is unknoe sveral monUis % %  1 pi I'..-'.. i 1 ILL U i -M Qene %  1 %  %  ,1 Cornn ; ..t lem M I SITI: Two ii' publk urged Truman Wedne %  %  ;• . %  %  %  %  ; ilitv They su'l%  IMiiMi 1 1 ONTstOl T h.' %  gOUUj I I rely for the present ot. it InOaUon %  rLANr; IKASIIO A twin urm ( in a Uilckl %  kuling four 1The Alaska highway patrol ml died from n blj/liif wreckage but %  dead %  pita I. H(,IIT LOST V %  lost UM I'.IIK hght 10 p S2.lfflO.IMKMK>0 Qerotan assets earmarked 1 %  U Western Allies for reparations Iran Plans Ultimatum To Britain HAN, Sept 5 inn* umed 0,11 he put Iks 4' settlen,) %  • ii rtn,. 1 from Iran H in. in i u thi .-1 a |rf*r ml* of conll lenee -:fl to nothin. weUi twi The ( w U'.ii nicht. and !!. %  tr.Kive lb '1 BJ Mossadtgh sak m ? of %  ' failed It accept the ultimatum In sn hou Puiiue MussaileK.1 flehsflad 1.1. IMISI ex< 1 %  In in.1. emphatic lerrm ohal UM I* which 1 .. prepare hi laeottale with the r un 'hree point* lubm 1 'I lo then by Mossadegh. foreign exparl sign individual contra I dth thi .Tianisn National Ui; I -Si ondly, 1 tetnj of eo.np-i SI'KH to the OU Company ould agree to for Britain's IIW" Ai ej -' snlan Iian v otl I > llrltsln ile only A report Iron the Anglo.lv Ridgwa\ *s •Las! Word' To Reds n rim MHM)M ,. ... Vattheu In fted .1 I. 1 m.ind in Korea to hreak U I %  I lane* to (he Ited une U break them off for %  nod The Ir %  %  MR BERNARD BRAIN) v | U 1 .1p.111:> 1 1 .. vislUd Iks Advoxti' ': MB abOTS diM' Ian Sale Aaslil • 1 .1 %  man Compi —nea In a Matemanl thai "should any concerns itfrvM Into transactions with Ihe I rani.in Government b> buy ml. the ComwonUi take aii S.H ii actataai iav tie IMoeaai \ to protect its ighls in .my kanpany said that it wit lent that rOjiutahle ml eoinrtd brokeri would hM' nothina t • with M -unlawl ,i ... Qoni' ..f th. . %  1,1.. nt -r.r. Emir Talal Is King Of Jordan Seal, 5. ] 1.7S CASIAI.TIKH.—Defen... r Talal4 Oipertmanl Wednesday repo AMMAN. Jordl The Cro I %  1'arllament unanimously approved %  M < %  1 %  • let r I 0 about hU to the thr-me. .ill officially if from the Bad has bean un • • %  1 ai % %  pronoui • %  . • K %  'he t.-'. House' of Parliament Nationalist Chiilu Bhffte rVAtttttde To Jap l > i'tttf Tn*at\ TAII'KII. %  apt S, it chin. app ar eoUj Iden ihlfi HI 1 pee •'' ifi Japan* .1 I. tin' treety draft bare the I 1 1.H 1 • %  %  iei,t. releai td by lha 'i' 1 Ihei iiuaii I%  .. I Firstly, the %  .r. 11 lo the Ireetg the larrna of ^ %  not Influenea tiiNat lure l \ ai :, %  whi re \ u tou 1 %  i roi nearlj three 1 I 1 .-., , t altacktruj in the iree, rthei K in % % %  M: .. %  %  %  %  %  trod Red third oi U %  %  %  %  II., From ihe hetghta aron by Uniti 1. nlit i the 'o.on rontingeiit* ,,| ((,,,., United St.,'.-. Division which woi I UU I'm %  ii central Korean %  knock them off uk %  I liv t.. UCOOO Cosnmunlata, tug in andt he e> n %  ommunhi • ulled 0 .ring the night K..K l.Ne 2G.IHW A pan ..t one mil oa Hidc ind 1 portion ol 1 tired tin sfternoon Thru weal of the iiiiK%  attiw k wilh gun mr >-,. lot down 1 1 %  II1 OUHN 1 %  U.S. Kf.scnlmriil Oxrrlvon'a liurflni King Interrupts Bj Kit 11 \HD IViTKIN I u, 4,1',,,,, %  1 Been iii.. .: -ii .. %  %  laturdi %  1 other natlona t<> ihouldei n Ihe lo id in %  %  port if Ihe fortk mine Pal %  I i.f 1 th %  to I of Ui N |ive I MARSHAL TITO LIKELY TO JOIIS WESTERN DEFLW CE S YSTE M DIPLOMATS BELIEVE IU BOBRH r JACKSON L0NT> IN apl 1 .... ol the %  m to thi ". i.. %  .but diploi) ... 111 -i. %  . I • 1 1 111 rixiiil Hi 1. II.:%  "l t RICE ARBITRATION' BOARD NOW MEETING IN CAMERA AT B.C. IRGBTTOWM S--. The Hue Arbitration Bosrd is now meeting in camera to fix prlcea which wnuid b> 1 ned. The Hoard -ion this moininR. ShentieW JIHI D'Aguiar nort rebutal spec* .he. In answer *o a questslohn Fernandes. Shenfield loadlan produced .. B.C. rice which %  sold at eight cents per pound. and thn! i r*i rice wa* $12 in his rlbstni asserted, that if the was verj minimum price. "he contract %  %  '. %  consider fully and imp.. %  dared thnt the arbitral %  Ina oarti-s when the r.jitrac! was m grades are comparable ii. by the phrase "based on vailin? n .• %  grounds. tot I of 81.766 Amersi battle casualties in the Kor< war IM'. T.U.C. Upholds U.K. RVariiianifiil BLACKPOOL Fnglnnd. 'i' Trades Union Con"''' h--lminK^ upheld Hritam'' ream., i enl •rengthen the Wi twer hi (ace of Si" n %  irnw*d mlahl Sunport came In rejsctio-i of M Roeolution at TUC BM %  and the West have not doNla The motion WM ovrrwhelmii -.r %  slashing nltiV % % %  TfC S-. retajv.r,en, %  %  %  %  %  .... i %  W.I.S.li. lUis,. av3 1 For Jamaica < t Coat Of Rice Rise* In B.C. >!> I;WIT;ETOWN. se]i are up in BC Whole ak a bag of inn B-wn A' r White 'A l sn 70 Win-, n Brown Aand Wl H LONDOU 9 The sum 04 | %  !• Uel I ind %  %  % % %  % %  . i t %  ol whom %  %  H Dennett, Errol IIill %  %  %  titrticult ... i %  nts per %  pint: Brown 'K Dinmomt Rush LONDON '• A dlamor.) lush has started In mg th'perfect %  %  today —<•) %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Franca with Yueo. %  %  %  %  -ir Kim II ... %  si Pi %  Washington of President Whits the Joint Chiefs of staff PI Hsbinatoo, Ti i %  %  ltd signing, and the %  ply to the Comhangi I a %  atwi Washing! s l//fr/Mi/iiv and his ibiliijj foi ending uie dead< 1th tini i to n sun %  ths talks, tin Ii-ast to %  'eel for dla U .1 plO|).v-Hl f,.| th, atthei state the time the tall %  i Nations. t>. %  asumg that %  • r Coi and iUdgwa] %  i States and the i'mt*i iri.li ,t Mni.ienl> tud.i Both Peking and i'viuryang radios aasBBsti I %  •!.1 iidav fna i i %  deUverj ol Allied notes ii. . terday. in three Joy roprotaei ol ths Kaeeoni tMutrmlit i -IT.P. 6th Storm Spoiled ilrorii CIV and ihir Own • T %  ,,.,.,',I. I.. la, B '. 11 A M I swned far oul In in I lantlc lo-daj .. pproacnlnj i ind pnothei I I II ItllU'fl tnA.11,1 IH,I.< .„.,.,' tii i ,i %  %  •I tordsBturbancea at i .i -ii. Bl n roracaatei Miami .'. %  %  in-. i A -I",. sotted the roa twai latitude IS ... about %  %  % %  %  %  % % %  . %  i lettei oi UM -ii:n.iTii.ii.ith>) oa i ui i dna sbta '•• %  \ i. iki r for B I on NToti discovei ..I li\ I %  %  I I rron I'.ii %  %  %  %  %  libra ii I | wttl I i"Mt ind this n Hi % %  %  . ii .'i(i the dav %  ther ofi'.ee %  i £5.000 APPROVED FOR JXA HURRICANE RELIEF | emi i sseti % %  GRENADA B> ... i %  thr* 1 Committee of thi %  1500 to the M .Tiuse. The "ADVOCATE" pnyt for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Nifht DOLL \R -S7ER/J \ G QUESTION TO BE RE-OPENED JANUARY \ ftest 4. %  n iMwaalth i %  .I. %  etlng ( f Minister %  %  %  I '< ' dotlar l-ist November It : that this cut should be rel ixed hut with i I lea besetting Brll i. %  .t like) bUb ttaM be revoked. ad I • % %  %  %  en %  nop %  %  C r.



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I' U.I. THO Ccuub Qallhiq BARBADOS ADVOCATE. TIH'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 151 w i Help Day Nursery A I Drill %  %  The dance is under :: %  With T.L.L. -. RICARDS from %  Around and Alsnut Mi. i Tin M" to Hi-uiiL'harh D I %  %  ions". 11 i A itta %  large of Ui M MH In West. r*iave *nl letters lo her. .nil to haw Uvd Kitchener in the Wt'%! African progi arnrne Reg i ruling lat wMk. I>.id Kit. hener was featured in West %  la Lord Kitchener ll %  uay composing a new calypso in RnUelpatlon ..t the Sugar Hay Hi Mnaon-Dl* H Turpln light inn iTtdiilh in America. 250th Birthday T HI Vcn. F. J Slrectly, ArchDffl of Tobago, and sha Rev. H. D. C. EdmondacMi. Rector > i Snowdon, Jamaica, are among Iwalvaj oversea* people invited bv %  PENDING Inthird holiday visit the Society for the Prop*.,; > U..rl>a<.o is Mr. Oiaton Ihe Gospel to take a special part IO slong^ with hit ln_ the Society.'* 250th birthday IM-MIM.I i / Third Viiil third holiday visll %  %  %  %  h ft di spataj Enjoying Himaelf %  i Mono 1 %  %  %  anU Mr and Mi ung wi 1 s. Raul Domcelebrationa. %  nvrd (ran Venezuela 4 They will travel through Britain ngo. They art slaying al cleanibing the work of the Society Hotel •*-• %  "' V ;.;. < ll yr street y ii a was Aral here In Deeei H been swimming VM five years old. He i? •Ay. ka last visit <;. K Dt of weight and %  | i *:T di other Indian* a duly. Mi count n Five Daya A. MONO the pal %  Tin.. I I %  %  : frank Hare fot about Spnng.-i %  %  "' %  % %  Club. %  %  %  %  %  Ud th in Trinidad snd %  Nt Baa* %  M il (, i %  %  : u student* have >•%  %  %  %  says It is not easy to maki Trinidad Bran AI Home Sec re M l FERNANDO and Paul Both We*t well fitted for this Street ly il an Engli-.h t all his 25 the Wohi likdjas, and Mr Edmom.son. who trained %  I st Peter'. College. Jamaica, ik, %  Hi' of toe Hi shop of Jamaica, "young and very promising l hi < cli-bratlons have provided an ipnortui Itj la utow the twosva) BoWel KM World Church. F.arlier thai year, six English a*are commissioned to Two Weeks .' %  IVtei fcfcOUdS BtlM ha <>n It W I.A.'s flight %  %  . %  %  %  at Ks' holiday In Harbudu*. %  trial at the Ocean Vim Hotel. Mr. McGlade is ;• form-i I* W.I A pilot. THETORY 22 • Who! kind of woman will be fighting for tears in Parliament Of the ntit General Election' Here arc the lhre latest Tones to join the 19 already in the field . bv Ell.i;i;.\ ASCROFT %  that rumours of an October (: Kl-rtion coinAll are unrr.iirnea. v. >Md busy pro!..,.(1 fc ,., comer. rtor.iiern ndii*tr.a: its Tlie* ara ih< a roi:n to u •Oopcad , -f..*ST_ ana \ vomi i "sent who kill .land again I %  .."iHUiP^E-"' %  *" ni# n mnflda iKr.N. Muyvfi rtgsii rr rigr. Jr %  gy WA^^ with n Rcadma Oi rtunours Orfte.r. Brononuea P- ta (Hcr home and )ob are ;n the heart oi the Potierte* n a %  nw nve yean Mie nu been managir.ii awactar of a lamilv pol 1 n Ousint I afiich rmpioy> 200 men %  W *<'• "as man' gamaauatfl ami vuiing iiorund as::' %  dressing: up %  %  • awed) a:di il> |g i-l. ?r i Baj MR I %  l %  %  mtaes M THI HIADMISTRISS % %  lie was H ftj i>.rents and. (Iks i djughte:u.ina i home ha* mdo tier share .: cook rh no' > not iu> Pretty, n-diiMdad. III I i am dan-nbet Israeli a> u tailored :ype." hui ahe ha* a WfMSki. lot trnir.: .A,nd 'f she i Mart%  er t. i i n SJuroi, .iie^en 1 House of ( % %  RtM i CM m Din Int*.vta oi. -de ncr >. >. rover WV9 ajetiv|:.es. lots ol rradins :td ihtatre i.lpUnuaual wrei for mj young a woman i. IIPI aae i i members of the HC. Out Kite team and several Barbadian • %  's on Monday night Second Book M* %  %  i u „f t „ ( havJ. A Tudor. mg mi ng th> ran* i -*Mm *\v>v. DENNIS DUPERLEY, who %  1 iba KcMHington I ." London, returned from the I ConUnonl last sraafct, i>cnnis viii i I'.oi ..iI V i nice and met many Continental journal engaged on wrltll of *hoii i 'olllns. Ing n | o be i" lb i!,.'.'. second book rm: AIIVIMIIUA oi PIFA -FTT7 V* Ji\ THE WAY By Beachcomber L AWVI RS %  IM i ii Is State hai 11 mplete I io know 111 happen who roi Ret %  round ii al times a %  %  % %  lounlry to -on pSURflBS Itata a/hli i: CROSSWORD %  plant its own flajf on an lnbsr> %  %  nl 75I.3BB fret up Ami If all BpSjl I Lintiv in anothei lome%  i I on Hie plea th,u • immediately beneath the of in* country'* Rational apSM R WkhMtmm (i\) "CJO/ Raid S/N-t/orih.,m "you *7 have come all the way tna 1 1 gland to btini us i-IKnvklib. %  : '(. the moat po ei ful i containing I IthertO unkiioun even to food i %  ii.i i no leal lbs and in* Interpreter bad Irawn back In .ii.i-m (ornuua the Dtreetoi i.ndlcd UM non-do,.il Then be pressol n IM-II "Send U %  ha Raid rj> rly. An atced man with pterdng I Mad Into room. "In your opinion. Pro* kskajd the Director, •rould d i"' pnaalhlR to cooatruci II sausage of brankfast >lr.r so poisonous thiil the mind recoils from oooiamplatlng it"" lounkl* bla n asj bieathe and M-phiced Ihem, more heavily tlouticd than before, on his nose "Fi-t.1 experts." he laid, have ulleacly performed marvels. The difficulty would be to make I .'..pie eat such a thing" gg t SRao n hatty drew himself up proudly "Wt may nafely leave that part • I the affair," he said 'to DletCOJltrollRr lloildkublj and hi* II N capable staff." /.'/ irhat YOU Wvnr W HEN 1 aiiiiounied that hid•veie to be made of cheeserlnd and blotting paper. It must lave been n double misprint. 1 read that bats bare bean made from peanuts and (triad milk iii Manchester. Thi* means that we*t End battara will ... n kaep herds of eow, und em-' i loy statisticians to compute the hat-ytaU • PRS* cow. Since such luita can be made palatable by Hi. ..ddilion of n pinch of salt. hatters ought to do a roaring trade let What You Wear And i '.: %  %  JOAN Afl.SA HI A (It H „ H 2 U>car-ol n tamporaTy civil servant in the Ministry of Supply at Liverpool When aba. stand* EM Wigaii at (he next aigtfllun nl\e I will be the second youngMt Tory *oman candidate Fair, blue-eyed. plumpiUi. Ma\ Blackic lives with her mother anu looks after her own garden Her chief interests are home and lam. ily problemFor home and ofnee Miss Rlnckie likes simple tailor-mades. "Par the easiest style for a career girl." she say*. Hobbies range from sport to bullet, all kind* of leading. Cirey Day* NEW wlntat poloui H aUUffjoaJ Ktey. Introduced by both London and Paris designers, H Is flattrrinR to all ages and all colourings. It looks yell nnsed with black or worn w'th black accessories: can be worn successfully, too with dark brown Good contrasts to put with il GLOBE TO-DAY 5 & 8.15 %  fiW* . |>eacock blue* .,•. %  i magenta or coral; grat '.reuse, "shocking*' pink. I'.niRddR a natun.1 .hamols leather belt and gloven; I/milon • howi It with crisp white accesMake-mi to ooinpleanaM should ite warm-toned mure b) • %  DOtoU] !..l I ID %  It I than by rouge. Lipstick should bt stlong with ii blue %  H ntt 'i dcflnlle eye make-up, I • %  Bhu irid shadow are striking vrltn blue Rjn i I %  %  WORM) COPYRIOMT KFsFRVEn Aiiiiri.iri 4 sslsiin % %  : Irmiuui VA il! Not Set j inShorn :JEW VORat I.I Tu -nan. a music .nd other Washington 11 pera-goer* are not going to tee I ballet ii .'.* ji i ^.s-. 'tolISgjB HI %  le FledermaiKi" music Of Strauaa'h walti tune. South". | This la because Washington i con aiders Itself s d ami southern cities do not admit Negrees to thestres for white sudiencea. Britain's Rudolf Bing, manager of New York's Metropolitan lending a compsny of 100 to 50 cities lo stage "Die F*elei innus. !" But the company belongs to the I i n Fiputy, which bars I trggR appearing in any Uientra prretising racial discrimination. SJ The Bi:t Is going to r put the nation's capital. Here's A i*hancr AN ANONYMOI s benefactor offers to pay a w;.y through the Roman Catholic University of Notn Dime for any eadets exm West Point Mtl.tary The probable numrx-i —00. Bach student'.: fee at Not-e fkian—£480 to StSOO. Double Or Qnll? GENERAL EISENHOWER en never be President, say the RU* .becauae ha doss not! l ava double letter.-, in his name AH Presidents have had such letters for the last half-ientuiy Samples: the double R in Harry Tr.nnafi. the doable O in Roost*• Hoover %  )n tiie other hand, a student as chalked a one before the New i r ess—0. Mornlngsideve—of the general and a aero behind it. That makes It 1000. the number of the White House on Washington's Pennsylvania's venue. Fire Sweeps Forest SMOKE IIILAHH dm km the skies above the mountain ridge* 1 Hi.Pacific .coast from 200 as, hug*) nnd small For 82 days some timber lands have had no rain. All logging hai lowing 35.000 r-ien out of vork. OPENINO Friday 14th EMERGENCY WOOING EMPIRE NOW SHOWING 4.45 & 8.30 DaRy Sjlurd.J ?^ml FOLLOW THE SUN' "' \ SKNCEg FRACl \i M)MN KNiiETX \ ELiZABt'TH TAYLOR 1 'Fathers little I Dividend' ii "KXI..C^..jlKW lg *., j] BaOBTB mm UHMM sirrn (IIMF.N ROYAL TO-DAY LAST 3 SHOW* 4.30 S.15 Adell MARA Robert ARMSTRONG KOXY LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY !• A Ui ORSON WELLES In %  BLACK MAGIC ROYAL DIVORCE JFIU'SA I | H Di[>!omatlc Bources n|d ilir iii-1. i'n)irt.i ol Jordaii rtarltd 1-K.tl pri'cvedliuik to Bain dlvom from het husb.'uul Fun Til..I. th.newly |iriH-lnlrnr.l KinK of Jordan. —r.r. • BLACK BOOK FRIDAY ONLY .*t 8.0 WILLIAM BOYD in DEVIL'S PLAYGROUNDHOME OF THE BRAVE. . In . "lnrirSM** Ad "SLIPPY MrCF.E" Slarrina Donald BARRY Tom BROWN II.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME IHI nil, A, %  arrFMBUTB . IBSI 11 ll %  in P'u|T4ii>.ni r-iatf.. 11 w ok sa n ll U am I rhHt, IS inoomi Tlw Nawi. OPENING NATIKDAY 4.3# A 8 IS ANN UAXTEIt DAN DA I LEY TICKET TO TOMAHAWK and "MY BLUE HEAVEN" Starring BETTY ORABLI DAN DAIi.KY OPEN1NO TO-M(HlKO\V 4.30 A t.M IwagdJ Slashlm Double "DON RICARDO RETURNS" j Km a n -. Fred COBY—Anthon..WARD and CORSICAN BROTHERS' Bum-tog Douglas FAIRBANKS TinNrm, 4 IS p m In. 1* P m All Slat BUI. S p in %  S mi VI... 5 1* p m . P o. ablaSy I IS pm IBlStlMl Mav.irlnr 1 nve Pamda, S M P *• ?\ MM H .'ffSS : li. P m News .is-i. ill pa, W* a*e Brilaln. I p m Qamarally Bpeaklne. a p an ><1. Ill pm Rook* to ui •> p %  ., A* I Kur* Him John rupv B 45 p m L.trrkida. SU pm m n. % %  Cdllorlal*. • p m Una Ni|til ml JO p in Ho You H-otnnHi. I pm Spn-lal DMpatfh. 10 pm .. %  III IS i> II Inla.UiOa. IO IB Cliir^llriB Arrhla. Id U p.m llrrr OLV JI P I C LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4.3R A 8.15 CLARK GABLE — SPENCER TRACY IN BOOMTOWN FOR ME AND MY GAL" Starring GENE KELLY — JUDY GARLAND l VOI III It II .11 If AM'It ft /II-II in if tmt.OHt. Soon IFWIOMARK afANDRrA'S fVlERRILL m—ai %  n. %  MI %  -— ^ua—iMa— OPENING FRIDAY 4.30 A R.IS I'nlveraal Atomic Doable TONY MARTIN — YVONNE DE CARLO CASBAH AND CITY AROSS THE RIVER SUrring STEPHEN McNALLY i AQHATI(LIB n.\EMA (Membrs Only) TO-NIGHT si S.30 (LAt'DETTE ( OLRERT HOHF.RT YOI'NO GEORGE BRENT in "BRIDE FOR SALE" SHE'D LOVE TO SAY 'YES" TO A MAN WITH A MILLION! COMMTNCINrrTO-MO RRO W IRENE DUNNE in "TIIK MUDLARK" I th Sttrcewi nOou .lore. (SI i ;.i i-uuii ; II"* -. all get. () I lil.Ml i .lUcd naaveni). mi i.. %  %  to peruae In. (Si %  .loniha level. ISI %  mixMl OffaTS. i*' il • ilna nirs i • isat %  tm latVpBSlfl avhilr %  Ho o'hrii lnok a i ulf dulanrr. M' m *Ho yon are jnci rhCN .tn." t**"H. Huprri. H* % % %  a4l ' iha iSi nk krt aomt ouerr icikf loandi, .. ,., ,,, ,.,. hjrd. ooi a RAYON SPUNS I Shadta) I —36" |HAY(iN SATINS %  | %  'ILE .. SO" in 1.15 COTTON LINENE —36" iff M ....—For School Uniform DIAPER CLOTH 36" @ .70 OlAPERS @ .51 CHII.I.'UFN'S VESTS All Siies .4.-. %  T. It. EVANS & Will 11 El I IIS DIAI ^600 YOUR SHOE STORFS DIAL 4220 EMPIRE so many women... so little time... STARTS IH-.llllililln ..iMiir mumsn TllkH Mill uiis IF ut ^ALENTIMQ %  7?m'/C6'/w ELEANOR PARKER ANTHONY DEXTER.. RKhoid (oilion %  Pot'K.a MfoVa ,'^tph (alii I.-, R .-^..^a*. *vfc rrfAKfi br EDWARD SMAIL agTMRfT ROTIlt la*H BURfAhl VUfSTiKO • h %**>v>%mt .Iwat t' rtaeii %  M CtirM • SmtM b. IIWB AUfN 1-...1 I I V M .! %  iTIti .. II \| PI AIA rti .1 lha %  • %  •< i ala. (I ItKISf IO-UAV lealys •*** i* M a-bi WIU-OX iraaajKaj aaa NgAui.r. A Raga WMIIAM ELIZABETH o/ LADYMEADE oi.A i ja p.M ONRI V VAI i n • MOSS ..I %  JONtfc %  ('Hi;r I.VMK got NILIT JhF.rn Mj, c k HKllWN r N ro Muawow iiooDBii %  Bf V OISTIN aT"M^iaCli Dial I4R4 %  BBOAIIWAV %  Oroigr H-llFal O Brlciv a •-mo am) OI TMI : %  VAI.II B.>rh J..-,,.. S, i III .1 si SOI'ND I r Trldav ionh "ALWATS GAIETY THE OARDEN — 8T. JAMES 1 a-l Aha* Ta-aJ|hl al S.Sa OIOROI; WHITI. k MASUUa' Joan DAMS Jark HAIXV a %  btsrsaAisStcv* BHUDIE IMISnlla -al • 1 in.. '.. S..'i Bn DSAOON* *" P s"jpm raiousasiAN '•" %  *•*"* "* lannas Uack OPISATIO** p.. ... i pAiinc l.t't us supplfi ihv ///' %  *""// ncrf>viVii'v tor your ##ofn#' LAVATORY BASINS White, Oreen and Pink Frem SUM TOILET SUITES White. Ivorv Green and Pink High Level fr.nn 134.48 Law Level from 971.29 TILES White Cream, Creeii. Pink and Black fVarloui TypRaJ STOP COCKS, nil* OOCaU A SOIL P1PF DIAI ?R31 THE BARBADOS O-Ol'l It A 11\ I tOTTOX I II I OH*. LTD.


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Publication Date: Thursday, September 06, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
1111'RSHAV SKPTKMBKH fi. IflBI
CENTS
Russian Sabotage Move Foiled
No Invitation
I. K. M.P. .....i

To Conference
For Red China
THE
tuu
Western Poe
FRANCISCO, Sept. 5.
> on Wednesday broKe up
Russia's first big attempt to torpedo the Jttpft
nese Peace Conference. Delegates voted 45 to three
against Russia's deir.v d that the invitation of Red
China to the meeting f-/* considered.
Only three Communis* delegates to the conference
voted against support p.-: Secretary of State Ache
son. Indonesia abstained. Soviet delegate Andrei
Qromyko pointed at Acne-fton, arose from his seat
and marched back to the speaker's platform.
Thr light
minute after Acheson i
first business session
Orcmyh
linn Rca
Chin., and should l>e immediate-
lv considered Ht
China had an "Indtspir -
to parttdjMto hi signing U
menti. When At heson ruled
In out Of ordci I.
MM "I protest. The Soviet di
gallon wl'l r .1
until the Confer**nn
453
Tin Polish delegate
shouting match and tril
the floor. He ruf .
(ilatform when Achcscr, h
d Kenneth Younger ot
Communist!! kepi the flooi
i"'.m!i |0 minutes brfor-
urged a vote supporting Ach'
on his position that the
Chinese- question raised .
Oron rko was out of order.
ShoutiiiK mid confusion con-
tinued until Acheson. who nerved
as presiding officer of n
pBOT ruled thai each OfelagaUon
should have bul live n
rakftj points of objection
Again Russia challenged the
nillng so it was put to vofc
floor and wMnninl by an m -
whelming ma
(rumykos Points
Grumyko made the following
'
Firstly, Russia will later put
forward "such proposals as it
considers it MCMNq !
Secondly. Th ..>.,
just staring III w"i u la jiil-
pcsslble to Miy how much time It
will toko to consider such n eo.n-
flex problem a* the Japanese
eace Treaty."
Thirdly, not im-
i .ii pi mi Ht vln
one. We do not won)
Impose views."
Fourthly, everyone hi
putable right to piCM-nt any pro-
posals at the conference."
me was dlaclo
eonveraaUon with the. Brltls]
Minister. Kenneth Youiig*-i. ,.i
diplomatic reception last night,
after Truiiun formally opened tic
conference with a warning that
Its sole job was to sign the treatv
Bin Flffct"
Gi'omyko asked Younger ho*
Irng he thought Um
would last, and Younger told Mm
"it should be ovor in a week '
T h n. Younger asked foi
Gromyki '
Ing's duration. "A"
month." Gromykn answt
The r .. .
adin Oeneral Carlo RtttuIo
i"viall> nked Qroroyko W at
ore von lOlni the hi-;
fight?"
-if by ihe b I I |ht'
my right to p*ah ind
...
Gromyki enlieH
The United Slate* m
planned to ap*d the

tions to soeerrM
piece, it
Truman
Outlines
Platform
II Mr.RUMAN SMITH
SAN PRANCiaCO, Seat I.

icrats with .1 pi
I
In.
fi nil

nurl. writers he will vhul until
11 binMsIl
on I
11
11 it 1 pmrtj rollu
il western stitM (earned u. re-
gard lino .is 11

>n at Fairmont Hot) I
huh he Tii.11'.
Bead .
most of tha
that the President Wl 1
Jump into the INI
His Idea was simple Support Um
mocratk state and "you will DC
orkmg for the people of tne
United States; you will be work-
ing for world peace." The crowd
yelled with the Intensity of fight
pulling fur I kiiovkoul.U.P.
Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund
Vn.ither --in 0JMM into
ili<- land reetsrssVi ssid
this DUihed Ihe I0T1I p| 1
the SSriOO mark Thi. brine
It a tlcp nearer U> Ihr
' IlKlllr. jnd liutftv-
I* < riluiri* Um bsbsbsbI l
h-Id whi.h w'll gi ha t*-e
-trieken Janulrna. He*t-
'"I I'l.inUlion led the
" v^lr-nlay with a dona-
tion of $?*. and at the
nd of the scale w.i- 4 I ad -
Mile sl ii.ee
lII TOI I INK \ PLACV
BFTWITN THIS!: TWO?
To-day Rtni vou another
opportunity (p do tour bit
in this J'-'Hiii; 1.111V1
Flther of th- I nk. or the
Km of IfcM NrM^paper will
receive your donation.
Bring II in )< (i.i
haiifh
a r >1
Mr. t 1. Hu
1 lUnk 11 1 an 1
1; 11 I.-: .
r Mi.
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lira
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lea
Britain II.i- Not
Tim atoiu'd1 Font'.
lX)NDON. S-1
'I -i. I .
Bi Iteln has
mode any threat to use force to
implement thr StCUlit) Council's
resolution cslltni on Kyypt to lift
the blockade of the Suez Canal.
A spokesman said U 1
.hum- through mlsundei
durinjj Voreii 1
. ben a newsman asked
whetiu-i 1 lake ai
funnei Itep Ihe Un
luuon.
t nun III {/nortor* :
mi said
in wilh other powers v

when someone asked
rhethi
force would be used In unple-
iguo Ud
1. pUed "Of oou
cannot '
lint lie said BrlHiin had 1
.1 1 fore igalnsl Fi^'pt
FT.

Nehru Rejects
(srahum's PropOflalfl
mxi rxi ose a van* ty of

1 While

are pic-
tured as uns:rui
h Ttaes ire 1

in < nmpls
I 'I .'lUttl.t ?s
M I
1
False Preleiires
nption of
methodi ol 1 iti
...
kis has the
impression that M
. i>ut 1 1
.
NBW DILHI Bei tewish origin
According to a
United Nations Medi.i' r 1*1 .. Pre da
Graham prr^sented Nehi
posals on the dem-.idai reeJ nsmss or by
first and paler-

Ftubin, AMI'
inf them of sn -
bezzllng moncj from a pi
.: the MlnJflury'i
departf 1
Tin ret irom Sov-
.1
I I

! lornau from
< '

seem to br 5tll! tolerated is that of

.
RUSSIANS SEEM TO HE ADOPTING
A DEFINITE ANTI-JEWISH POLICY
OBSfRVfftS LEUEVE
Bv W. A. BTBEB
LONDON. Semi ..
01 rcrvtri believe evidence, is eccufnulaUnjj that Moe-
cow is now set <>n .1 definitely entl-eeinltlc Interne! policy
and cilo the most recent case of an anti-Jewish DO
limll almri of oiBcutll "f -'wish extnution lrim various
Fleldi of Soviet economy.
The Pfi ol it -- -
ii! im o
he Jammu Kashmu
dav night** 130 mum' 1
Jehru did not accept thr
Graham /as e\|" .
or Kaiach "" ;
Pakbtai ir
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Sunrior 5.50 am.
-urw.t 6.05 p.m.
Moon 1 irM ljuailer.
Septe iber 8
l.iRhtini > mi [> nt.
lliKh Tide. Ml | in .0:
p.m.
Low Tide: 1.00 am 1 At
p.m.

the
t.p
S>*t&C,
" I hope the ml of you
know what l/ou are doing.
I'm watttng for my xulft "
Kansas River
Rips Out Bridge
Kansas Utter ripped out the
railroad bridge here, aftei tf.000
uated from North Tupc-
k.i. when the nvi llircitened lo
repeat 11 ,. of [Mt
ID H-iwever. heavy rains, pre-
dieted for the ,
' lerlalute, ind toe Hureau an-
UMt the river has levelled
'ir Amj erurjneers, working
(- plu| the dikes pro-
North Topoka.
sedltloosj e<|uipment All of the
Ukec, holdhuj bach the 1
hnttered in the dissstroiis flooil
ID July
Hil \IV REVISION. Premier
\i< ids !> Qsepesi lefl for Hi
'.ties to seek the revision
"f the Italian Peace Trsely. and
lo press for the return i,f Trieste
t for Ottawa and UM North Atlanti
Foreign Minister-.' ConfOrei
15 Mitt bumbuj Interesi
. ...
..... ,.
nt Tin Secretary 01
ib r> \ .
missing rtisiior.
1 4 run 1
ichl. the I
1
>nd hi* fntc is unknoe
sveral monUis
'1 pi I'..--..... '.. i<- ivo I 1
symtatiiy Pre nisi Hoi 1
uegh on Wednaadajf nigl I
.< 1 .';.' 1 nuei N 1
f'asha, expressing Iran's s]
Egypt over Ihe Bectnih
< ouncii's niUaf of Um > 1
ILL U i -M Qene
1
. ,1 Cornn
;
. ..t lem
m I siti: Two ii' publk .
urged Truman Wedne
;
,-,;
ilitv They su'l-

IMiiMi 1 1 ONTstOl-----Th.'
gOUUj I I
rely for the present ot.
it InOaUon

rLANr; ikasiio a twin
urm ( in a Uilckl ,

kuling four 1-
The Alaska highway patrol ml
. died from
n blj/liif wreckage but dead
"
pita I.
H(,IIT LOST V
lost Um I'.iik hght 10 p
S2.lfflO.IMKMK>0
Qerotan assets earmarked 1 U
Western Allies for reparations
Iran Plans
Ultimatum
To Britain
' HAN, Sept 5
inn* umed
0,11 he put
Iks 4' settlen,)
ii rtn,. 1
from Iran H
in. in iu thi .-1
a|rf*r ml*
of conll lenee -:fl to nothin.
weUi twi
The ( .
w U'.ii
nicht. and !!.
tr.Kive lb '1
BJ
Mossadtgh sak
m?. of ! '
' failed It
accept the ultimatum In sn hou
Puiiue
MussaileK.1 flehsflad 1.1. imisI ex<
1 In in.1.
emphatic lerrm ohal Um
i* which 1 .. prepare
hi laeottale with the r
un 'hree point* lubm 1 'I lo then
by Mossadegh.
foreign exparl
sign individual contra I dth thi
.Tianisn National Ui;
I -Si ondly, 1
tetnj of eo.np-i si'kh to the
OU Company
ould agree to
for Britain's iiw"
Ai ej -' snlan
Iian v
otl I > llrltsln
ile only
A report Iron
the Anglo.lv
Ridgwa\ *s
Las! Word'
To Reds
n rim mhm)m
,. ...
Vattheu
In fted .1 I.
1
m.ind in Korea to hreak U
'
I
I
.
lane* to (he Ited
une U '
break them off for
nod
The Ir

MR BERNARD BRAIN) v |
U 1 .1p.111:> 1 1 ..
vislUd Iks Advoxti' .
': MB abOTS diM'
Ian Sale Aaslil 1 .1
'
. man Compi
nea In a Matemanl thai "should
any concerns .....itfrvM
Into transactions with Ihe I rani.in
Government b> buy ml. the Com-
wonUi take aii s.h ii actataai
iav tie IMoeaai \ to protect
its ighls in .my
' kanpany said that it
wit lent that rOjiutahle ml eoin-
rtd brokeri
would hM' nothina t..... with
!M -unlawl ,i ... Qoni' ..f th.
. . 1,1.. nt -r.r.
Emir Talal Is
King Of Jordan
Seal, 5. ] 1.7S CASIAI.TIKH.Defen...
r Talal4 Oipertmanl Wednesday repo
AMMAN. Jordl
The Cro
I
1'arllament unanimously approved
M < 1 let r I 0 about hU
to the thr-me.
.ill officially if
from the Bad
has bean un
.
1 ai pronoui

K
'he t.-'. House' of Parliament
Nationalist Chiilu
Bhffte rVAtttttde To
Jap l>i'tttf Tn*at\
TAII'KII. apt S,
it chin. appareoUj
Iden ihlfi hi
1 pee '' ifi Japan* .1
I. tin' treety draft ba-
re the I 1 1.H 1 '

iei,t. releai td by lha 'i'1
Ihei iiuaii
' I-.. I
Firstly, the ''
.r. 11 lo the Ireetg
. the larrna of *
^ not Influenea tii- Nat
lure ! losi it pendenUi ,
. .
pan. An r rllat OflMia] I
lie- statement del IMM 11
treaty as ,1 whole It too"


,
I P.
Cominunish
Prom I. N. Troops
B] tOBBRI v 1 KMH.i [ON
I H.III H V ' \ II 1 1 1 IR1 \ : 1
troo| Dlood) Ridge oroki

lUrvod ind wounded NorUi Korean aoldiera in then
' I' ildiei itoi i'.( d foui hlili hi
Ihe area north northwi n >l \ ai :, whi re \ u tou 1
i roi nearlj three 1 I 1 .-.,,, t
altacktruj in the iree,
' rthei k in ,M:..


trod Red
third oi U


II.,
From ihe hetghta aron by Uniti
,
1.
nlit i
the 'o.on rontingeiit* ,,| ((,,,.,
United St.,'.-. Division which woi
I UU I'm
ii
central Korean
knock them off uk
I liv t..
UCOOO Cosnmunlata, tug in andt
he e>
n ommunhi
ulled 0
.ring the night
K..K l.Ne 2G.IHW
A pan ..t one mil oa
Hidc ind 1 portion ol
1 tired tin sfternoon Thru '
weal of the iiiiK-

' attiw k wilh
gun

mr
>-,.

lot
down 1
1

II1 OUhn 1

U.S. Kf.scnlmriil
Oxrrlvon'a liurflni King Interrupts
Bj Kit 11 \hd IViTKIN I u, 4,1',,,,,
1 Been
iii.. .: -ii
.
.. ! laturdi
1 other natlona t<> ihouldei n
Ihe lo id in
port if Ihe fortk
mine Pal
I
i.f 1 th
to I
of Ui N |ive I
MARSHAL TITO LIKELY TO JOIIS
WESTERN DEFLW CE S YSTE M
DIPLOMATS BELIEVE
iu BOBRH r JACKSON
L0NT> IN apl
1 ....
ol the '' m to thi
". i..
. .- but diploi)
... .
111 -i.

.
I
1 1 111 rixiiil
Hi 1. ii.:-


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.
RICE ARBITRATION' BOARD NOW
MEETING IN CAMERA AT B.C.
IRGbTTOWM s--.
The Hue Arbitration Bosrd is
now meeting in camera to fix
prlcea which wnuid b> 1
' ned. The Hoard
-ion this
moininR. ShentieW jihi D'Aguiar
nort rebutal spec* .he.
In answer *o a quests-
lohn Fernandes. Shenfield
loadlan produced
.. B.C. rice which

sold at eight cents per pound.
and thn! i
r*i rice wa* $12
in his rlbstni asserted,
that if the
was verj
minimum price. "he contract
- .
'. .

consider fully and imp..

dared thnt the arbitral
.
Ina oarti-s
when the r.jitrac! was m
grades are comparable ii. -
. -
by the phrase "based on
vailin? n
.

grounds.
tot I of 81.766 Amersi
battle casualties in the Kor<
war IM'.
T.U.C. Upholds
U.K. RVariiianifiil
BLACKPOOL Fnglnnd.
'i' Trades Union Con-
"''' h--lminK^
upheld Hritam'' ream., i enl
rengthen
the Wi twer hi
(ace of Si" n irnw*d mlahl Sun-
port came In rejsctio-i of m Roeolu-
tion at TUC BM '

and the West have not do-
Nla
The motion WM ovrrwhelmii-.r

" slashing nlti- V
TfC S-. retajv.r,en
'.ion apparentl'
l< a|l i death Moa to Anei.--
Be vans ii
Premii '

iont and
epping up social sere
-tr
I
Uniti
aroerally regards
i llfjn M "" turn-
ing pom' ntsation'
It should i noted thai a seetloi
' Ml he I,.! M
' '
:
.
and that follow*
ng upon China
in i ti.. rnembei
dates have In I
mwillini; un-t UI ma
laat t" riaon I0 enforcement of
neasurev Tlu- re*ull hai I

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i

W.I.S.li. lUis,.
av3 1 For Jamaica
< t


Coat Of Rice
Rise* In B.C.
>!>
i;wit;etown. se]i
are up in BC
Whole ak a bag of inn
B-- wn A' r White 'A
l sn 70 Win-, n
Brown A- and Wl H
LONDOU 9
The sum 04 |
! Uel I ind
- .
. i ,
t

ol whom

H .
! Dennett, Errol IIill


titrticult ...
i
nts per

pint: Brown 'K
Dinmomt Rush
LONDON '
A dlamor.) lush has started In
mg th'-
perfect

today <)
.


Franca
with Yueo.
.


.
-ir
Kim II
... .
si Pi

Washington of President
Whits the Joint Chiefs of staff
PI Hsbinatoo, Ti i

ltd signing, and the
ply to the Com-
hangi I a atwi
Washing! s
l//fr/Mi/iiv
and his
ibiliijj foi ending uie dead<
* 1th tin- i
i to n sun ths talks, tin
Ii-ast to

'eel for dla
U
.1 plO|).v-Hl f,.| th,
atthei state the time
the tall
i Nations. t>. asumg that

r Coi
and...... iUdgwa]
i States and the i'mt*i
iri.li ,t Mni.ienl> tud.i .
Both Peking and i'viuryang radios
aasBBsti
I !.- 1 ii- dav
fna i i deUverj ol Allied notes
. ii. terday.
in three Joy ro-
protaei
ol ths Kaeeoni tMutrmlit i
-IT.P.
6th Storm
Spoiled
ilrorii CIV and ihir Own
T ,,.,.,',I. I.. .
la, B
'. 11 A M I
swned far oul In in I
lantlc lo-daj ..
pproacnlnj i
ind pnothei I
I II ItllU'fl tnA.11,1 IH,- I.< ..,.,'
tii
i ,i

I tor- dsBturbancea at
i......i -ii.
Bl n roracaatei Miami
.'. in-.i A -I",.
sotted the roa twai latitude IS
... about


...
i lettei oi Um
-ii:n.iTii.ii- .i- th>) oa i ui i dna
sbta ' \ i. iki r for B I

on NToti
discovei ..I li\
I .
I
I
rron
I'.ii .
.
' .
libra ii I
' | wttl
. I
i"Mt ind this n
Hi
.
ii .'i(i the dav

ther ofi'.ee
i
5.000 APPROVED FOR
JXA HURRICANE RELIEF
. | emi i sseti -
GRENADA B>
...
i ..... thr* 1
Committee of thi

1500 to the M
. .Tiuse.
The "ADVOCATE"
pnyt for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Nifht
DOLL \R -S7ER/J \ G QUESTION
TO BE RE-OPENED JANUARY
\ ftest 4.
n iMwaalth i
.I.
etlng .(f
Minister



I
'< ' dotlar l-ist November It
: that this cut should be re-
l ixed hut with i
I lea besetting Brll
i. .t like)
bUb ttaM be revoked.
ad I '
en - nop

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I' U.I. THO
Ccuub Qallhiq
BARBADOS ADVOCATE.
TIH'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 151
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i





Help Day Nursery
A I
Drill


The dance is under ::

With T.L.L.
-. RICARDS
from

Around and Alsnut
Mi.
i
Tin
M"

to
Hi- -uii-
L'harh D I
ions".
11 i
A
itta large
of UiMMH In West.
r*iave *nl letters lo her.
.nil to haw Uvd Kitchener
in the Wt'%! African progi arnrne
Reg i ruling lat wMk. I>.id
Kit. hener was featured in West

la Lord Kitchener ll
uay composing a new calypso in
RnUelpatlon ..t the Sugar Hay
Hi Mnaon-Dl* h Turpln light inn
iTtdiilh in America.
250th Birthday
THI Vcn. F. J Slrectly, Arch-
Dffl of Tobago, and sha
Rev. H. D. C. EdmondacMi. Rector
> i Snowdon, Jamaica, are among
Iwalvaj oversea* people invited bv
PENDING In- third holiday visit the Society for the Prop*.,;
> U..rl>a<.o is Mr. Oiaton Ihe Gospel to take a special part
io slong^ with hit ln_ the Society.'* 250th birthday
im-mim.i i /
Third Viiil
third holiday visll




h
ft di s- pataj
Enjoying Himaelf

i Mono1 .


anU Mr and Mi
ung wi1
s. Raul
Dom- celebrationa.
nvrd (ran Venezuela 4 They will travel through Britain
ngo. They art slaying al cleanibing the work of the Society

Hotel
*- ""' V ;.;. a was Aral here In Deeei
-
H been swimming
VM five years old. He i?
Ay.
. ka last visit <;.
KDt of weight and
| i *:t di
other
Indian* a
duly. Mi
count n
Five Daya
A.
MONO
the pal
Tin.. I I
':
frank
Hare fot about
Spnng.-i "'
. Club.
'
Ud th in Trinidad snd

Nt Baa*

Mil (, i
:
. u student*
have >-


says It is not easy to maki
Trinidad Bran
AI Home
Sec re
Ml FERNANDO and Paul
Both We*t
well fitted for this
Street ly il an Engli-.h
t all his 25
the Wohi likdjas,
and Mr Edmom.son. who trained
I st Peter'. College. Jamaica, ik,
Hi' of toe Hi shop of
Jamaica, "young and very promis-
ing "
l hi < cli-bratlons have provided
an ipnortui Itj la utow the two-
sva) BoWel KM World Church.
F.arlier thai year, six English
a*are commissioned to
Two Weeks
.'- IVtei fcfcOUdS
BtlM ha <>n It W I.A.'s flight

at Ks' holiday In Harbudu*.
trial at the Ocean
Vim Hotel.
Mr. McGlade is ; form-i
I* W.I A pilot.
THE-
TORY 22
Who! kind of woman will be fight-
ing for tears in Parliament Of the
ntit General Election' Here arc
the lhre latest Tones to join the 19
already in the field . .
bv Ell.i;i;.\ ASCROFT
that rumours of an October (:
Kl-rtion coin-
All are unrr.iirnea. v.
>Md busy pro!- ..,.(1 fc,., comer.
rtor.iiern ndii*tr.a: its
Tlie* ara ih< a roi:n to u
Oopcad , -f >..*st_ ana \ vomi i
"sent who kill .land again I
.."iHUiP^E-"' *"ni#n mnflda .
iKr.N. Muyvfi rtgsii rr rigr. *Jr-
gy WA^^ with n Rcadma Oi
rtunours Orfte- .r. Brononuea
P- ta (-
Hcr home and )ob are ;n the heart oi the
Potierte* n a
nw nve yean Mie nu been managir.ii
awactar of a lamilv pol1 n Ousint I afiich
rmpioy> 200 men
W *<' "as man'
gamaauatfl ami vuiing iioru- nd as:-
:'
dressing: up
awed)
a:di il>
|g
i-l. ?r i
Baj MR I
l

mtaes
M
THI HIADMISTRISS
lie was H
ftj i>.rents and. (Iks i
djughte:- u.ina i home ha* mdo tier share
.: cook
rh no' >.....
not iu> Pretty, n-d-
iiMdad. III I i am dan-nbet
Israeli a> u tailored :ype." hui ahe ha*
a WfMSki. lot trnir.: .a-- ,nd 'f she
i Mart-
er t. i i n SJuroi, .iie^en1 House of
( RtM i CM m Din
Int*.vta oi. -de ncr >. >. rover
WV9 ajetiv|:.es. lots ol rradins :td ihtatre
i.lp-
Unuaual wrei for mj young a
woman i. Iipi aae
i i
members of the HC. Out
Kite team and several Barbadian
's on Monday night
Second Book
M*
i
uft(" hav- J. A Tudor.
mg mi ng th>
ran* i -*Mm *\v>v.
DENNIS DUPERLEY, who
1 iba KcMHington
I ." London, returned from the
I ConUnonl last sraafct, i>cnnis vii-
i i I'.oi ..i- I V i nice and met many
Continental journal
engaged on wrltll
of *hoii
i 'olllns.
Ing n |
o be i"
lb i- !,.'.'.
second book
rm: aiivimiiua oi PIFA
-FTT7
V*
Ji\ THE WAY
By Beachcomber
LAWVI RS

IM i ii Is
State hai
11 mplete
.
I io know
111 happen who roi Ret

round ii al times a


lounlry to
-on pSURflBS
Itata a/hli i:
-
CROSSWORD

plant its own flajf on an lnbsr>

nl 75I.3BB
fret up Ami If all BpSjl I
Lintiv in anothei lome-
i
I on Hie plea th,u
immediately beneath the
of in* country'*
Rational apSM r
WkhMtmm (i\)
"CJO/ Raid S/N-t/orih.,m "you
*7 have come all the way tna
11 gland to btini us.....
i-IKnvklib.
:
'(. the moat po ei ful
i containing
I IthertO unkiioun even to food
i ii.i i no leal lbs
and in* Interpreter bad
Irawn back In .ii.i-m
(ornuua
the Dtreetoi
i.ndlcd UM non-do,.il
Then be pressol n Im-II "Send
U ha Raid
rj> rly. An atced man with
pterdng I Mad Into
room. "In your opinion. Pro*
kskajd the Director,
rould d i"' pnaalhlR to cooatruci
ii sausage of brankfast >lr.r so
poisonous thiil the mind recoils
from oooiamplatlng it"" lounkl*
blanasj bieathe
and M-phiced Ihem, more heavily
tlouticd than before, on his nose
"Fi-t.1 experts." he laid, have ul-
leacly performed marvels. The
difficulty would be to make
I .'..pie eat such a thing" ggtSRaon-
hatty drew himself up proudly
"Wt may nafely leave that part
I the affair," he said 'to Dlet-
COJltrollRr lloildkublj and hi*
. ii n capable staff."
/.'/ irhat you Wvnr
WHEN 1 aiiiiounied that hid-
veie to be made of cheese-
rlnd and blotting paper. It must
lave been n double misprint. 1
read that bats bare
bean made from peanuts and
(triad milk iii Manchester. Thi*
means that we*t End battara will
... n kaep herds of eow, und em-'
i loy statisticians to compute the
hat-ytaU PRS* cow. Since such
luita can be made palatable by
Hi. ..ddilion of n pinch of salt.
hatters ought to do a roaring
trade let What You Wear And
i '.:
JOAN Afl.SA HI A (It H H 2U-
>car-oln tamporaTy civil servant
in the Ministry of Supply at Liv-
erpool When aba. stand* Em
Wigaii at (he next aigtfllun nl\e
I will be the second youngMt Tory
*oman candidate
Fair, blue-eyed. plumpiUi. Ma\
Blackic lives with her mother anu
looks after her own garden Her
chief interests are home and lam.
ily problem-
For home and ofnee Miss Rlnckie
likes simple tailor-mades. "Par
the easiest style for a career girl."
she say*. Hobbies range from sport
to bullet, all kind* of leading.
Cirey Day*
NEW wlntat poloui H aUUffjoaJ
Ktey. Introduced by both London
and Paris designers, H Is flattrrinR
to all ages and all colourings. It
looks yell nnsed with black or
worn w'th black accessories: can
be worn successfully, too with
dark brown
Good contrasts to put with il
GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 & 8.15
fiW*
. |>eacock blue* .,. i
magenta or coral; grat
'.reuse, "shocking*' pink.
I'.ni- RddR a natun.1 .hamols
leather belt and gloven; I/milon
howi It with crisp white acces-
Make-mi to ooinpleanaM
should ite warm-toned
mure b) DOtoU] !..l I ID It I
than by rouge. Lipstick should bt
stlong with ii blue H ntt 'i
dcflnlle eye make-up, I Bhu
irid shadow are striking
vrltn blue Rjn i
. I

WORM) COPYRIOmT KFsFRVEn
Aiiiiri.iri 4 sslsiin :
Irmiuui VA il! Not
Set j in- Shorn
:jew VORat
- i.i Tu -nan. a music
.nd other Washington
11 pera-goer* are not going to tee
I ballet ii .'.* ji i ^.s-.
'to- lISgjB hi le FledermaiKi"
music Of
Strauaa'h walti tune.
South".
| This la because Washington
i con aiders Itself s d
ami southern cities do not
admit Negrees to thestres for
white sudiencea.
Britain's Rudolf Bing, manager
of New York's Metropolitan
lending a compsny of
100 to 50 cities lo stage "Die
F*elei innus.
But the company belongs to the
I i n Fiputy, which bars
I trggR appearing in
any Uientra prretising racial dis-
crimination.
Sj The Bi:t Is going to r
put the nation's capital.
Here's A i*hancr
AN ANONYMOI s benefactor
offers to pay a w;.y through the
Roman Catholic University of
Notn Dime for any eadets ex-
m West Point Mtl.tary
The probable numrx-i
00. Bach student'.: fee at Not-e
fkian480 to StSOO.
Double Or Qnll?
GENERAL EISENHOWER en
never be President, say the RU*
.- becauae ha doss not!
l ava double letter.-, in his name
AH Presidents have had such
letters for the last half-ientuiy
Samples: the double R in Harry
Tr.nnafi. the doable O in Roost* .
Hoover
)n tiie other hand, a student
as chalked a one before the New
i r ess0. Mornlngside-
veof the general and a aero
behind it. That makes It 1000. the
number of the White House on
Washington's Pennsylvania's ve-
nue.
Fire Sweeps Forest
SMOKE IIILAHH dm km the
skies above the mountain ridge*
1 Hi.- Pacific .coast from 200
as, hug*) nnd small For
82 days some timber lands have
had no rain. All logging hai
lowing 35.000 r-ien out
of vork.
OPENINO
Friday 14th
EMERGENCY
WOOING
EMPIRE
NOW SHOWING
4.45 & 8.30 DaRy
Sjlurd.J ?^ml
FOLLOW THE
SUN'
"' \
SKNCEg FRACl \i
M)mN KNiiETX \
ELiZABt'TH TAYLOR 1
'Fathers little I
Dividend' ii
"KXI..C- ^..jlKW lg
----*.,------ j]
BaOBTB
mm uhmm
sirrn (IIMF.N
ROYAL
TO-DAY LAST 3 SHOW*
4.30 S.15
Adell MARA
Robert ARMSTRONG
KOXY
LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY
! A Ui
ORSON WELLES In
' BLACK MAGIC "
ROYAL DIVORCE
JFIU'SA I | H
Di[>!omatlc Bources n|d ilir
iii-1. i'n)irt.i ol Jordaii rtarltd
1-K.tl pri'cvedliuik to Bain dlvom
from het husb.'uul Fun Til..I. th.-
newly |iriH-lnlrnr.l KinK of Jordan.
r.r.
BLACK BOOK "
FRIDAY ONLY .*t 8.0
WILLIAM BOYD in
DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND-
HOME OF THE brave-
. . In . .
"lnrirSM**
Ad
"SLIPPY MrCF.E"
Slarrina .
Donald BARRY
Tom BROWN
II.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME
ihi nil,a, arrFMBUTB . ibsi
11 ll in P'u|T4ii>.ni r-iatf.. 11 w
oksan ll U am
I rhHt, IS inoomi Tlw Nawi.
OPENING NATIKDAY
4.3# A 8 IS
ANN UAXTEIt
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THIRSDAY. SEPTEMBER C 1931
BABB.\oos advocate
i'm.i riiRii
P.O.S. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS
Trust Funds
A dm in istered
ALY KH/m SNOW! MFAUVILLE BLACK EYi
mmwr
WE PUBLISH ;.,*.> eorta n refWta dealing with
affans <>i in. ti City Council which have come
from!!;-- Wfltlhlpthi BUyoi They areas !.,.
(1> Repoii dated June 2ti. 195). from Mr. C. W Hodges.
Director -if Audit, to Kii V. % hip the Hftyor, Couneulor
Raymond Hamel-Srniih. on the subject of* a dishonoured
cheque.
** A report from Mr, tfodfti t i the Mayoi dated July 3,
1951. on the subject of Trust Funds.
: Mr, U K 'l
fcaui ti "l Audit's staff, totheDirector
' : Audit.
|4> A furthfti Director of Audit, dated
.Iul> 8, 19 d
TN? fol
report bi Uu> Mavul>j. 1 I I Raai :,. Old. 41 1931
of TOM I odead with Barclay'!
i have the honour to reft ,mt iba
your letter ot the 25th of June. Bank also ;.et 'i AaW
ItSi. on the subject of TTual
FundH and to submit herewith a becomes due
copy of th,. report of i I U*l \i\ cir-HivM viimokim
inrr who carried out a Joint sur- H \na* 5B3.ee.
vey with an officer t the 1 **at Inl Ihll Fund
Corporation, wui created by Public Subscrlp-
2. 1 recommend that all .ho.. Uonj for the purpose of erectins
funds should be Incorporated, in a Memorial over the crave of the
The main accounts of the Con- late Captain Cipriani.
poration by means of Deposit A. Ma Cash Book or Record Book
counts I stall, of ooofie, be Kin '' tound and IB the eirctim-
to discus* tha detailed arrana ll araj impoMihi*
mentc with you or your staff if how the Fund functioned.
i.
_
... Hi. :
-
I'd lh.it .1 11.


$250.60 appears u. bare l*eii
30th of
embei


Bai
.. fore

3. I strongly raooana
The Ci obtained
Bank State-
ment which showed a balai a
PROBLEM Which Deaavilie -Mitliy vimI.h
eyt? For day* he hid It bah Hid dark glaaaea.
ft-ill Mta a dark brul. lie ..;' |
ind her foiinrr tin-band, Porflrlo F' '
re UikliiK about U Now did Aly Khan K*t l,i
i-O tha Klauw* were di>.rdeil
no. He wan photogi .ipbal wllh U B li-u
1 ! I I


tatJ^'L T "T vwlffluu! tii-( .1 i \niui-rAsli-aM'.; ins. .)\;k4 imi (Kit BRA- '..rthiaau
a iiccount in tha Cash
Book on the bbori day as they
are received, and that under DO
circumstances should
of the COfl ..Mowed to
hold I-" for any
roaaon whatsoever. Ii
sised that a receipt must l
issued mid lite amount
taken to account in "
Book on the day the remittance
if received. It may menu that a
number of Items will have to be
ported to Buapanae Act
it i point of view of control th:it
nf $9.38625 and from an
tlie Vault Safe which i
I alow
$ 62.00
1438 s 42 no
No M3371 $ 92.00
Coin* s
[ ha ' ,;
found in
I
Account
(B) Cash in Tin |0Jfl
nON I I M--8801 II
Fund en uo 3393 00 in cash
lumuiatuii tha A* preaeoteo to Iba Bank it
held
I
all 'ii
(kish Survey

|1M | .
uttai

Report of
Examiner
Mr. Ti t to M
Hodges
With raferanei
Latter, .--it ached and
23th June. IK]
lowiiij*. Ra|
mentioned below.
check of Bundr) Cash and
Funds In W;e ru :
Clerk found in his deek and tha
vault Bart carried out i
June. 1951
Toun Clerk's Desk : .Mayor*
Fund$1.16.90
A iti-ik of Aoeounl
and scnitiniM'd The balance .'*
at the 21st March, 1951. was
$150.68, but tin '
was $88.;:i
ihi to the
credit of the Fui
the Government
fas., nook. Aeaouni No. 888898,
amounting to $H.7n making a
total of 8ISO.!
reveal ii of $6.22
I
..:
it 1.1.31
RocetpU V
$ M.Ofl
Payments to 11.6151
Cash in hand $88.20
<
Excess Cash
S150 08
s'.-.l. .' I
i T5
Thi* Fund la tin.iT,
B |
Anns for the pi
carl : lor the
|iui|>ow of undertaking certain
.
in the City for which I
cannot leajallj i iPi
The fuj
purpose oa the Mayoi r
6*017. Debentures
Iron thai Btatt . i I
.'mi that the Fun! h^s $2.4i"l
It would seem therefore that the
aorth $9,583.00.
The Acting Town Clerk h, bt <,
aaked '< obtain i Bank Certtfleal
to substantiate the Bank Balance
Of $9,386.25.
Unclaimed Monvy
$72.13
The sun found in
: v with tha
on v an
learnt that thin
amount ha. been unclaimed for a
time
' Ml (! I > \mi POSTAL OR-
>|;RS$421.40
IMlia for $3050
dated his soh. pauKat> 4t
Syndenham Avenue.
\ 83302 for $33.33
dated 11.11.48 Prorope & Choke
Rates 14 Oonxales Hill
(C) No 26/BJ i;9680 for JIIW.9J
dnte.1 13.1250Pollmi|B *, Blunc
Rataa 10 Tragarete Rfl
(d) No. 216907 for $2 00 dated
10.10.80 J. L. KalahaURataa 2t
Cornell i a'
N for $120.24
dated 20.10 49 Barclays Bank
aorfa stT..
K 74630 foi $82 71 d.d.d
AUm.l
-H337 for



2.12.50M MilnaRatai 39 & 39A
) I^ine
these
'! I I
Clark for
11 ani Ratet ot Charajaa.
i
addraaaad to thi
tin .* .
ir, settle their Indebtedness on the
ar pm tka bt
t:i oil ,n b) the Town I k
Cheques En iered
On i iv IUBBBmUob the cheque*

: I'UKli.itely b> thi
I .
I bit dublou: B|
to whettu aould hon-
to the dataa on which thi
I
n i
am will be iei.iud
(e) Envliipc
cenu.
V.4I 1.1 SAFE
MIS. Ill INKH \-ll fin .
(a) Envelope cot lalnlnal 10 cents rtind

lot^t on i
Oovt, Dsbanturaa
I b] Bnvel
iiC Knvelopc
velopaa
VKM various sums ra

of rates which
excess of the i;it.'
following 31
JIICY >M l i DRINKs-*U.*U Bani Pas B i -
The aum of 81040 waa found 1.1.50
an envelope marked Juicy Sweet Receipts'___
Drinks $15.60."
('AMAIN' CIPRIANI MEMORIAL
I INK CASH Sltf.TS
This cash has already been
commented on earlier in the re-
port.
OENERAl.
In addition to
Clerk m the Town dark's Office
receives money from thi
for the purpose of
Deeds of Leeeea and
Surrender on behalf M II I
cd"s Solicitors, Ifi h
Clarke.
Those sums do not [orm part of
the Council's Cash but are kepi
by ttW clerk who maki ^
and any necessary pafaj

__, ... ., I'.ll.i' r UIIUI UP IWI "i IMMBU*
set up 'ine ti-ie in i*a ,., ,,,, whe, ,, ,,
a*ra .
I : 1 m the 2nd of -1
I -n nook was seen flry. iBftl that thil chaqua enulit mat then- was hltle n k
not i met and it was
i 1049 i Bank No enti i
A Ban bui the ine Pori-of-Sbaln Cori
, i had lo be movod to othoi
.lid I o!
in *he absence of "' ll,jt "ke over until Ma) 11 ,
making the survey In
. i perl |mi it rei retted lhl ihi
i.tthi ash halunce until I I M ,, ..,
April 1951 whan 11 m.....i coaunue longer
ithout beti n ,.,,, mey could othei .
ii" a:;t.i to the Hank n CB1 ,.,.,,, jj ,t ,liu*t be ampha&iaed
be v rtni-ii_llia_t thts clissiue waa thi)l thl. BosB|blllty of three aen-
ofneen of lha Corporation
. it. .,
Ord. 41 1031
I.
Bunk Intst


$96 10
$ .111
$3 22
irawn ,",, w '
The "SLsS"taai "qulesrina; In suoh Irreaularilk
1 "th -'April 1951 lh\ M)i| (irrI1 ,

i i ,i

rei ?33 80
i mi bald ai pan ' u......h
siii0 7' balance until it :.- tound lhare
rvej on the 14th
ti Junat I06L

ti the B
. .:

$540.61 lbou( ,;;i
8 77
rorth>
[kites Imjxtrtani
Souvenir Fund
MH'VI-NIK
2. Thi

ot I
II M-
< KII Kl I
$750.04.
It has been ascertained that this
Fund was created by Public Sub-
scriptions for the purpoM- 0| aza) qutria
coming the last W I
A Further Report
maj be
Tin furthoi renart by Mi

low
'
own Hull
I


harge was i.vied "ii tha rati
vei
fiiii ;"
rii. p.i ,:,
lu.lviiiK the Town Clerk which
I
the Mayoi obtained the par-

nil to Mr Laaaalle ha asked me
to inventlgat tun sc
...
I was i"
.
are not
of tha Corpora-
tion. Thi
. .i \ com
l
uiel
I'i'i.....-
andura w hfc h i anota to Km
I'll" |"MH-
led i" lha
a, On l',ige 1
Cmket Team that toured thi
L'nited Kingdom and io
the nv ..-els of the team uitebh ''
.. ,.,j.,|. M'.iMinably sat- |
II was nnnos :
MCartBook,
""'. ,. amount of
I According to Barclay a Bai
| Hook No 1143. the sum of $75"
.'.
Fund at thetlrd of February, !95i. HK< i
GMSa^aH-^LIP(.-OLOl'RS
Maralyn ,
has jtofymMff
"SS^.T^SSSSt&ZT.'SS, NEED TO UO
ofiugar mJit-iddioonslvcnndSfJI ilyai MILK OR IUCrR
mtid to d* n asU *M or 10U oswr. Enwy il
aWij ottoaightsboutbcJ-iiaK. *" <"<4 lam TWS
A iiovi'Il QUALITY PRODUCT
BRINGS A SMILE TO
EVERYONE'S FACE
mo. st'iMiowk aayal pngaiiw* m
UwsbbBSboI MUftlmWti. )ou'U I'-, lor Hin.l PuMIx^ .n s> ruvia
prtparc ana *o oisMkaI. HO* 0>l
lodar-
Oa!a'*fhior^|htcolou''. ar"ethene*e*t raveamorgt-
the great Parti end London dra >
perfectly keyed to the lab
and cleanly g u nii
a*, each rafiil, toiu^od m il
it thi irneea$e.
Antf fherei o glMenlRg Noil Colour to
match e.e'f Lip Colour.
HAIl I CO" oj*
GALA OF L0\D0\,
Remember, too...
Go'o 'Fact Colour' -"itching Foundation Shodti S. Powderi-
ond tevely praporotloni f*or ifcf.i cart
P.S.NICMOLL$.PO BOX 141 uNaia.i> it \i in
A till I I SO\PS
I HI* I Kit I I Mllll It I I MM \ 01 i iSM IH HI t | Ml U IS III
SUGAR-siii.-iil samples
for big i Miiote
Iiik
i i Mi
i tve ihat lha

| : I Of
.
b I. and ihe onlj doeurrtentarr*)
evei
lb

I
but give* tm da
roi i-' ti<"'v
. r ,,i
4 it will U' aaen that
with lha eao
the 80th Deeamber. io$o
i > tha Mh ot* J
ii .it..
ajance
^ .lllieli
m arhlrti
i tuV
ii .>nt was Inl-

I
(b) Envelop.- containing B Gon- Pub f.*/f C*Uri1J
eral Purpoaoi MH !'-<.. Km Bulk Inga on a ,_ii(^ .
0M0 and 52 cents 5^
the anvalope is a now ., August \^q ie. these cheques a) all, and they
plaint v. Webster.'' ,hl. |W f< $372 4,, touhj onlj ban
(c) Loose changv amountmn to amo.int lUuKUni rtors at a esah
$1.49 and 2 can! lamp Use 17th (vtohor n ^.t, held ..s pari of rnirvas Buck unreya an not
(d> Envelope coiiuinlmt 2A Barclays Bank 1'ass Hook No. ! 4 "nally held Parlcc .. row and the
leiils with the >i. 1930 whei. pea red Aral nirvc) i I D eld -'
"Htlen on il No Bo..k of v U* ">' 2nd "f May. UnXOftunalat]
PttlNCESS vi\Ki MhMM. I' I '' " ,h hnlance on tl
UM*__$477 BJJ of the 0th ol \i.mct. 1080 never heM. Tin.
rrom .'rtt'iui n..... i i fcl^**0fl cheqw irroafa of werh
aclal Invest
intll th. .uith of Ih.erc- aafdon .i nusrk Ipto Uw atorei
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thi P.I \
and the

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PAGE mm i.
BARBADOS ADVocati.
Till IIMIAY. SKPTrMBKK ii 1951
BARBADOSAl>V SIW
. II* Bi.M SI. ri*c*u.>
ti.!MMi..v BestarnlM i I IM1
5.000 In
o\i: hoik
ONWH III- *IIS*IO.\
hoe wmI P Mi
Mi ons man *hriM
In H'i *
tsJtSfl ;i proi

importance of the c Gresril Britain
and whal the) m<
(or nn otfal e1 tHe standard "I
life in imperial tountrioa <''"> Oil
maintnmed when pro-
vide nMhTSttU tot Ihett COlo-'
Tin-- I But within re
ii has been ho*
.it men and mat) the eolorrieg
can make In I ir, and their
pectally in I
Hemiapl ere* ar< ru which add
to their importance.
Beyot d itions, the
I Indies occupv ;i very Drt*CUlai
in the atr.,ns .it Qreal Britain. With most
oi the other pan
clamouring for
lei constitute one of the last s< <
which give her thi
The v ached n stage
of development where they now eh
greater voice m the adminiatration ol their
internal affairs and it has beei
federation is the ,
quaie expression to the IdeeJ
Thi i ilonlea
u>o. has attracted ilit* attention oi people*
the world over Interested In the edmlnia
tration of colonial affairs. And it m
that the intense interest of foreign powers
in the adminiatration by Greai Britain of
the West Indies has aarved to accelerate
the tempo of any aconomlc and political
' rh has been made
it will be seen therefore thai Mi
has come to an important Motion i
Colonial Empire at > time when our ..
are i world wide Interest and at a stage of
our development which makes |
guinea pig of political experiment
The problems of the Weal Indies have
been discussed time and a^am at Westmin-
ster and the I lorance oi the background
of those problems and the iinawarer*
our ideals and amhiiions shown by Mem-
bers of Parliament makes the visit of Mr
Brame all the more interesting and valu-
able. Within recenl months the hipping
difficulties oi the West [nooss Have
raised in parliament and by the West India
Committee. The of the real
difficulty which West Indians suffered
when the) were unable to travel :
between die Islands or to ami from thi
Wi not shown on the face of the d
si"iis. And when people In England can
in'.ile visit
train to B lak Barbadian Joui
nahs'. rovei Lair* m female*
they show a lai
of detail but of fundan
It is tMs condition of thi Ich visits
of .v. 'i,i.' oi Pi rflami nt can do much ;
correct and vhich will be to tne bei
the West In lies.
luring ins bi '
iind evidence oi -i treat desire t<"
i'ii* i
the an ' "i .i people almo I whol'y
dcix'iidert upon agriculture
mnani ol ndustrialisation In ordi i
the itandard of living; and the ambltioi
of many to throw off the manl i
cal tuti lage and assume that
enci-. Con 'tig as he does from the I
a stil npire built \i\ i
ecu' I DO sympathetic W
ambltton : .1 i foi pr
greea ai 1
1 1 ...
<>.. what he will be shown and wl
gainei and information dui!'
sh-' 1 I find that on his retui

and Commonwei


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"00 in U
lien, th.
.
thel 1 wives.
,
1

m chanced
i r- bstwean

M Victor Bo thai, pseri
rich
told me:
.ire feel

K :
ample, b I 410.000-0-
1 have watched ii-
sometimes :. conpi.- 0
among themnauat of thu week,
[h the total iKisvd ovti
sure, the rUks
play day *nd night are
Dm nrlUs has seen

\ Strange Life
- lead .1
life.
111a al the Casino ui 3
amblers, roe -
B) Hi, night beluie
I p m 111 uma i'
ns > pi > ujuii "
m u, than bos

rest UjI dinner at tram
. 1 .In p.m.
>
sn .....nttniu >
| kept UM
i -.nk going until 1.15 tli<
101 afternoon.
At the tiible* Ihrmifcl! '
'ii.imptiicn*
-DUt DOt
i
i#>. i' 'i player
the alii -irunr ob-
laojNei "d <> by 3'j
MCMM each wvrth 1.000
'I tall.
There arc varmna stacks of 500
...i
If they lose Ihe
ii.il chlti whicli .he cashiers debi
... . |
fiesh plaques.
When they win, nnd the pU
l>elii. to reach tu-nrly to the:
eyes, an .iffl'-i..] will t..k. U
ounteiv away to be
the man who undo. -
lands the areai gambli


Tin ki-.
to nil

.

i the round
i uti nai
iy (Mil-son
ol lbs Oresst iy
sv-j:-
' I^'^i^i ttmbler-Mid:
. n.... do > '"'' t...:.i,k-i. t.....
ContlMnul "'' lluK '" a '"* system. Poi
""." ....them-lu-i.l
l>. Itoni hava Ka '"). '." * _ical acconU-
AS I SEE II FROM I
Bj I
B.
I IMTIIY

M Sn ui if. NitoUiiii. arhS
n nsssrl] brsssossai m UM ream
M |i in I. j <.rrrk NSW I SSSt
dlreil front ateybai -l *I"iii.
aerte
iii


igal
\.i LoDget Stars
of Baroda m
IIUC a CB4 :i .iiiil'i.
.. di
i. loaaaWJ to play.
.,
gunbton reirularly heated Hum
I DM hand
take is 5.000the
:'!i their 100 a yetn
travel .i I I ii v\ ii iv remain
i
.r
1 stopped i.i.iMiit because I
i.-iIim a (n tune that |.ntililuiii il
a vke. Somr men *ou see H
UM i.hi.-, h.r, urn|(in ajaj ihV
m.n i ikuii: linns. |Jfr ts onl1-
:...,, ,1,1, i,,i ih-m arikM thrv ar
BSBySBf.
"1 spenil in. Ightl watcnir. j
he name but durlnf UM dsw
the duel of swim and stay oul in the open m
uunki tins ii ;i |ni> tons I i fl
ten renke i That la tin
he heavteel gamblers u DeaurlUe."
i.I'll!
tm
way to enjo
fE..s\
flWj Hi ilish lUiUi Sliipv Sail For
.1 ! d'la I *J Od clothing at
*** eomins in Iraa
.. and Brit th Ow rwn Air-
1 len waya has promii^i to cb
fret to the hurrii
bout ona i.>ic um victims.
. < and from n OoU Cos i I
k, who eabled h | 3 > i
Urad to Sn Hufh foeii, fund. It pissed a resolution oi
a E i.....i the ... pk| ,,t iha <;i i
in. Ltd. and two Coast "conveytos t., the peop
i i era, t Jamali Ii |j "I .ii lloK
into ihc Wi Ind bowsae have ann< f<
ttaa in 1* iidoi nd >o vui| CltOOO eacti
.....I Bepsrato ppeali are being made
' "'" luntary bod i
i : Line the N.-t Crass, tht B
mrken it the An f.^XiJt
'r'm'. en pmCbs Di I hep ot
inn | bul mterinsel i
receipts. ehureh. '.r realised more
Ciiflii than t2.0iK' Tlie Ilish .
:nc in kinfl. too. Sown home t<> lamslcs with Uu
1 ton "f naUs, money. The London branch
l .in- Ihc Caribbean Ijibour Congres5 ii
I totlUBg, food, do-
"v mestlc fOOdi and money, whin
In will 1 I- .ii-li .utcil In Ihe Jan .
K I'n eti Ol T \J& B.IJ.1*.
U.K. SeowSe For fl'.l. Jpbaree
E 1,000
i rnilli.

\
hiniN.II
1
nresal
Ipj foi M

i 1'. it. .

Tl i- Arliuanl n
I


A Warship
the mine
ViH>iu. which h
i 4U knO nf Ihe
i leevlni
... i 4 fin

will
nt: ami
IS,
"The let re ol thi
I Ik, won
>.,
;v OflV
I. (NOON.
British 9
..Ii l will
:

"
Tl
Con -
van's to Inviti I
it. .T*. Inchauna vTest
Alans.
Northern i eland i> houtinie
to be hchl in Kiiieston Ulster Pali
i i h 5th to
k*j invited include
ihe I kted - ite fctosl'
i. the liepublirs ol
S it America, Cuba. rn,
all the British West v-"mp-
March 17th July j:ird and August 11th. It
proposed t<>->nd InvltaUoni
dlftVn i r i- asklpe them I
semi |'.c i
spend a wi< in the homes p
Oaiter Bcoutl and 10 days i:
i
bebh he
rai il-foVd,
m the
And the rt. ish nre planning to
invite patrol", of six to eiht
Scouts from 20 d Vsreni
irie-, to theli Peti A Jan
according ^^n Ju|v 2Hlll Imd s
lllh Then vill i>
'"' to 14 days ii cami
l9M- eh m w sh i,'
Each ot - i, Rpvei Intern- bses Con U ihw
ill be held an biteniiii,. nal Jembtor
henstilan, Gloseew, fi-m m52. so ihn-c arc plenl
Pd to July 31st. v .th chances com g for West
' l") >h homes of ?** Bcoutl to v the United Kins
Rover 8 lorn In \9K
LONDON, August :io
When Mi h ttlths became Secre-
les after the
General KiecUun last year, it was assurm-d
-ome quarters that he was keeping the
place warm for Mr. Creech Jones, who had.
lost his seat. But bye election has followed
bye-election without Mr. Creech Jones re-
turning to Westminster, and II Mr, Creech
Jones an w in the Ooeern-
ment's i iiki-ly he would d&splact
Mr I h r
Mr. Gnflitiis. an excellent House of Com-
mons man. makes the most of his briefs. H
with RBsUnsj about eolosual ptoblemi
and is recognised ai mucitc, even by colonial
people Colonial Office- poUciss
Tin- strength <>f his position as CosDflia
Beoi etai to the InitiaJ succes
ved earlier this year in regard to
critical problems. It is too early to say.
whether that .success will lead to solution ol
East Africa's difficulties, bul it did provide
the badly needed breathing space. Mr. I
Griffiths contributed to his East African
ement chiefly by nil visit t< the tern-'
:ncn'. His strength ul personalit;
I own .it it.-- I"
Now Mr. Griffiths is In Central Africa Can
he "sell" Central African Federation" T:.r
propoaali announced earlier this sununei
have had widespread repercussions. On the
favourably received,
in quasi ins much to
Minister's prestige In Britain. Thev hav
been far less favourably received UI Africa
by Africans.
While It !- being emphasised that ELfilG
is beeping an open nund at this stage, Mr
will have scored a signal triumph
if he can persuade African leaders that it il
in their n ice of any prospective
advance of Malanism, to accept the pforjOt-
ils as a basis for federation. He will be very
firmly entrenched in the Colonial Office so
ong IS the Labour Party is in office.
The ravages Of the hurricane which re
Gently swept through Jamaica have become j
more visual and realistic to the people of
Britain Pictures showing the extent of the
.red in the front pages
nf many newspapers. Cinema-goers have
watched with sympathetic interest a news-
a mg Jamaica after the hurricane.
As a long-distance spectator of the trag
cdy. it seem- to me that Jamaicans arel
accepting the challenge with dignity and
txemendoua courage They are displaying!
that same spirit which reflected itself in the:
war-time trials nf the British nation, the
spirit which has helped the British people
, 'ine one crisis after another.
Of Jamaica, more than of most Colonial
it seems true to say that "it never
rains; hut il pours". They have suffered one
liter : late years political
squabbles, rising cost of living, mass unem-
ployment, the Cuban Pact, and now the hur-
ricane.
Despite all the disappointments and frus-
trations. Jamaicans, it is good to nots
not lost their love for their favourite sport
Cricket Along with news of the hurricane.
nea ol the discovery of m-\ outatand*
ing spin bowler another Ramadhin, they
ay,
'.'.h.it has impressed me deeply about the
Hurricane disaster is the feeling of brother-
I Which has expressed itself in gifts ul
all kinds from various parts of the world.
It makes one appreciate that the majority el
people are peace-loving and kind-hearted
The trouble is that most of us are so inarticu-
late; only in moments of difficulties do wel
really become united.
There has been some criticism of Britain*!
gtfl ol EMO.0O0 to the Jamaica hTutl
Relief Fund. Mr Alex Bustamante has dl
it as "ridiculous", and critical com-
ment has appeared in Britain its<'f Th
nun of 1150,0(10. it should be made clear,
Britain's first contribution; an immediiu<
relief cheque. The demands on the O.K.
will inevitably be much larger. W<
must therefore wait and see what the hill
extent oi Britain's aid will amount to.
itf-i> i r*s oi or. i nox
Some hooks are to b*1 tasted
Others to be swallowed, and
some lev, lo be chewed and digestedBacon
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DRY GOODS
DEPARTMENT
Our lt>a I i.urrvi lion
I
BIB
h
re willing to work
They arc 30 of ui for aOc. per hcur. but th? mnplQv. _
\nimat Hr/fan-
lor, Tht isaveea
Uesnwhllc Me Barbados
8 P.C.A is pre
i aJsn for
Wvlfarepariicui.nl> in th*
Crtrrrspomlonl
626 DIE DURING
U.S. HOLIDAY
NEW YORK. Sept. 4
'.(I Stales MUblishrc-
ill-lime rrcord for M
H
added thsl
I
'
.i h pulilir
5.9.51
miinn Work* In U.S.A

and cur


I

I


to animals that oc-
Barbado*. All eases wtMff
ii niven ard foi
n*nt.
' (EfsJ i'"."- cautioM have bo.
i
followed
Up bj wir liupeelom. bul navUral-
ly i: .!..
riifton mesnaof prwentmn Hie beatm* ol
i srhsn i a
1
! '
D .:- of ;.n offend- ,c '


.

Our cm it need li tor ; fully
drawn attention |0 trained thi iluriiiu Llbotu DJ H
the ill too numsroui *-
though hi BM Amerfcanj di^rl
B l'i A MS I'n- 1'ienlng of
l a averse)
vtn and a half
..i. w'i -. the start of the
tin y Ii i\.
kind. Th.' total included 403 deaths In

nd in piano crashes and 10! In

animals" to the Nad M utaroom, prmidem .'
the '.
St high as 500
<>TT.
.
- ms lata
porla are tabulated 'Tl-
rould die
.-
Bj 360.
I I
T
WMIOIC I'laOIH < IS are
low7/ As* ./t/m////
$rith
Anchor Bultrr per lb I 81
.Virhitr I u .Milk per Ib-ov. tin "!9
\nchur fTSSSI Milk per n-ft tin Z U
Anrhnr Whulr Milk |irr 1-Ib tin S
1 heddar GkessC [er 5-lh tin 3 in
< "iiU'i, i in- er lb 83
iiisii irs
t *rr crasaa OBsskara
Oarv*i Sweat r.-un.
t'arr'i Ami. BlsrulU.
\.
ale
Maxurll llousr ( .Hrr
MEATS
Ml n /I \i.\M> LAMB
W si KALIAN K \BBITS
OX Bit \IN~
-MiiKI M hll'l'l |; .
HUSH VH.ITAIll I -
Sh+ECMALS
( rsahad r^aaesaost prr tin :
Cirok's Paste ^ prr tin
Idrii Kl Tonir p>r bsllle 1 aa
M safer #/-/#/ iittni
...GODDARDS
.24


nil rsday, m i'ii mi.i.h {, i9Ji
BARBADOS \l"\o( Ml
I'M.I I IM
Technical Education Very Important
Sh o u Id Be Ta ugh I
\v\ \m i wiii i inin
AI Coin berni ere
Commerce Chamber Say
i wnuUi like 0 t to take
- i mere School
caUonal
I M '

Vocational 1
Island and di
to lion IN
al .''
I
it adopted i
1 11
I; n ernmenl take tana
teach
that Hi. i hind other c< Ionia which
? malt
Mi s |> h With)

'
Mr. Wlthiiull Bald: I do n.1
propose, gentlom

do so. I have in mind
tomh on |
pointing (Ml
nave beet



on tin- da
lesohillon of which notice

i ..... June
im
MK rTBBSOL\ I
!*
m .. the

..,.. i.
Vocational
Training
i-ii.inl
onus To
BMine
-Lislin



Bn
the
v.,


Technical
Education
I \ I M I. t
inquiry

Ki-iih (
H IW*1I Of PHD Hill, s;
Peter, . the Di-


., pant on
;
...
and training.
thai not ool)
Ihtii csUl,li>htM and fuiu-
t-Spaln for > ,
... but the i " w ** A w
wuoataon and ita cio n(iw ail!Kn to build Harper,
tioiui training i Kelt
How .in Ihey
in IP4J when Mr. C <
i!.. about I p.m. oti Thursday. August
Foundry l,l randum on Ua
s a H add Dr. C. I. Hutsa
tlonul Ad1. .
for Devi t
MuUBTAClim r vtnr\ m brod nul? *- h u baaid* aclfM Ava Oardner. He wan toll
mi r*p i pea earn -.-fr.y ray we wiu at married * aeon as 1 obtain a di.
Rttio Rivenldr C.-mo 8>-.tauiiit. w:.. r la Appearing wi.H N.v ..!..
roldrncc prior to Aung divorcv action gall I m hr maiii.'u in 19311 Thar are
thrr* rhil.lrrn hy tbc mnru- EXPRESS
Youngsters Eye Witness Account (>i
Met Death Bv ( ( .. .
High winds In Dominica
By Dora [bbenon
Misadventure
The
DORA IBBERSI IN St i ia Well 1
'ill'! of l>.\ topn n( I Well i told the
Idvoeate ndion Sun
Domii
i wm ei on. [] ,n.l
i
by the Ladj NeJeea witl s.i Rol ' ell, Oovernor
press and 'be group and hi
k for the bod i
the Wi land int
hi ihia
Arough the An"
Panei ind I
: i id say thai
IK'UI 11)-'
many ..r tha w. I lala
on of p. Ulna

iC i
a urn- '
bv ...
.i.------1 ^.^atlon ind vo .ii.....ni |
Windward talandi and Lai
H >

man) Houai at about y .
w o .
IM tO I U
i 1,. the boat, tho --> trk

. ti .1 the car, but fortunately,
I
i

i
I
:
Mr. Brain

l : I.... cl
. n to

..-Hi..,!
Hi
;


tpla
... .

l
foi ..il.

r..i rii. welcoma he had b .
given i .. thr w.
..UIK .il .
iiui in iigtan t<> wii ...


i i1
i know yi
I hav<
of t agiM idea
Iiui youi ,|u, i ,
' .....lb i- thi w.



I
ernmenl I
that ii '
i min..' ratty
Mr Braliw
nai .
' 'i
. r I...-
Every sweet is
more delicious with
BIRDS
CUSTARD
Ternaheeuraefei
.tejni.n<\, nwoortinrii ba
oBRBBi rom cuirard it. '
a> lonn j^ awrfcei
. .can renx-mber BM Bl
I
aaaln)
s.. hm rea adi an u-t-ird. int *i
Meal nn aWbl
kustARW
OpowdE"

" while hr \... '' '' I'urrenl was i.(.l ....
nrj Iropoi ant ,i<.i.i ,. ., lhl,
ed Kroup of jUb of gn .1 .lolene-
A Polica Serge
ig up from Iht d i
Unique nd the launcher
pi ty,
wht



. i i)
tne Wcm i: June IPM
i meeting ui .

... *rho know ti
,.f i
in
... d iiii-i-uiik ... in. ovvenui >'..- ,. ,, ,, vv Ulil. ,u,,,n- __
t,TSt iiSrerSceahS u3Sng c* Rw&;
Ill rule, nd ' . '
'T'li*: PfJBUC
* wi-ii id.- appeal i I
even

i
.ppll-
T. Mlrhclin <"i
in. i the Redl
( per-plr- to hm Uckl poll!
h ndfte which ka to hel|
. r making
._.. meaaurement. S u
g/hei ,
i thing
i .ml thiMnailer ~*^jtcl
Nefeea had dJJBeulty in makmii


I-...1 ivhuh ship.- banai Era
anchored off ih<'
loading potnf when
weather atruck the

. aJottfth..** M>*
inn which remorad U
w ith tin'
a .. ,,-mi i, thi
.

...rK.'s Mrlf.
I
ol I'
tiekeu .. botn Iran
, one pohci ,
the III nd. Tho rr- Me told the rUveeatc
: Kola I- thai ,ii
nhy
Ana rvhen ... ,
' reiuaedl
ind occupation! do the Industrial concerni and the ihej

Bunary System
arlth ti" i

BE n

a .


and itlaikS ol plat
vocational train In
DUftXMfl Mil MONTH r \ .,.. juice
dtt the I
Th lau

Ing thi
called !> two Lad] \-i*..n
rare in .nna. tring of llrfap
,.,; ii'. "' then
"'"''"W'.'l, m ,li- Advecate again ;""' I'" k i
men to w
.nd in I. .,,-... '
.'ii Arcs of pMeengen tore
V4 C. W. in inn i;.
Cabinet -VI ..,_
I ' .1 ,.
. ,,,.ii thee DoaviMY meet thr
siiiiir K6covera
Stolen ii.i:
\ Vt-iir/ii'i.ni rtsttai i.i-
l.uving iiv. .d.-r> from HM
ore of llaaiiayi a\ >
. ui.> aaertti .ti... rataal .
1 iMrrday uhru .... ni.lit.i
.ii lonl] Mi.it. had bee
: .iiioiug rm > Banker, tin-
Um iii... bet in tin- i Kg.
van iniuiul .i.il r n aflrr
iha in. :tii.
Hr ...in up .illi thr
itrf .nd ri-lrki-v.il lh.-
baadtbua hu Inc thlrf Knl
). Hr r.Hiriir.l uir haj
I law rtatMH jh4 hi-
ward w*a ai.ee.
receivlna hat r
ward, tr.iii r ..in i.i.i au
-t BM II Mr M J' sur-
bl
Hr
.1
i
i ai.....ii leaaed la n
trirvhui ralraw rUrtaa faa
pat ..I li tune i
reeelva reward <
afea had II.....< balding
hut -i mi (.' Bpk iniil, .1 .mil
out i I WM
law i ...
lllr V.il';,. i.ln
ht aoa ..........pi
aaalinaed hai uppim.

I)
puiL ;. li
Wa I Indian BfTali
K developn
ii in..
sl,t the Bi Uon ..I in m..i.
merit in relatl.....
w.
.
i Hi.- Intera i of tha Wt i
II tngla ol l In i
rhe Part) aetlch i
..i I-. n ..,,
P Ml lll.nl.
ire i:< nerallj Inlen
.ii.ui' 'Great Britain
. .
TI
trying to fm Iha an
.
I i! down tture ia JU
one thing I would like
. .

. ih.i thoaa of us wh.i .ii.' moa
..-( \\ ooJonli

.....Id I..- dealt
irl
ii
dirfercni i
and the G
Hie Col-
'
'


' .
has al lc
nd in
r i
cni i hii
*
time that
aboul a:t5



HIT
Mich."


.... r\ARM.H hNK.II
ur LJ Vili .,;,.. St. R
Mill:,
Ind es and I think It la high ......

trata
M p i.
Hit- Dire*
of



Trained \\ orkrrs

bat oocu

present an
To maki

I

form of part-time edi
Tn make

rquipmci *
aurh tr..
I
1
evei
Maaj aaaajla michi think 'hat
it iv it,,, i.ty* r ludnelflal bb-
frrns if.iuinnr th-" cr\irr u(
t -, hrdaauai la areeteli

I
around to hero
waa a eerj

tharge of th<- launch i
Ms owe i" ''
nmnngril ther 01 '


i. h left him cxhi
in. i

aboard. H
.
Iti ii.ii d roacue.
s.. r.r as la km
1 from the*
ranantry, St. ;3I1 |(, ! eai
i 1 ,
itrlvme th** moti ,, t .; ii
but M 1413 neglli i1
\:;i>- g I When rhr Lagj %.-i*n .
hi 14 day* t la
->r .n del ipted .. thai
vitfa hard lal
'' l. the Tr-.'
Rranrii n .' behelf of I *h"t

I
Qoe I i^Ihiiiiuii
li I .i'l Iii i I '.it.(I
Slaaalflhed
i .
Uva .ii'

i

I'M
a] n bo
t ihi

i nigs.

i




RITZ STORE WILL RF
OPF.NED AT TUDOR ST

i i modem
building .don* Tudoi Stn
n
..
Ian
I

. I II
ind .in.
Mr llanniih foi 11
m
Africa, but ti n
. w.
li
III 1Mb I
o.\
TENIVIS
by
I llomalil Hull;-
i,.In; Ch .MM
how in1.....am......'( ii' world'
In hut
down a pro-


in ii you
erful 'ii Ive .


have lead ei claim hi
I

Budge m plaj
ni iiavi: irvrnii:
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
k H 1 I I i a r
?RESH SHIPMENT OF
PI iii.\ \ mows
ALSO
i 1111 K I I I IMIIS
II. Ja.HOIl Jours t\ Co., Ltll.-Diatributon.
for Ihrm. hut
Mm l fjr from brim Ihr rnr-
rrrt Hew
Nrllhrr Ihr lndutrll C'oii-
, rn. ii..r tin- in*"' wnrkmi
of Uip varlou rrafta rr-nrwnrd Before Ing Pt Ike Mr Obrlf-
rr rqulpprd t rr* out mi, r;,( drlVUII
tralnlni In a romprrhrnMvr ,,f vu bus drivers mut P
mmnrr. f'urlhrrmorr who Is are too hasty and do not recprrt
tolnr, to the raprntw to Iraki
prr\in



In IM '
i.


ufthoul thr
.rr of rrrrivim "!" bl
rrturn. It ii rlrarlv thr dut*
of thr rduralional authorillrs
lit rxlrnd thr *ropr of the
rdunlinnil nrmramnw ' ht"
rludr trrliniral rduratlon and
vnratlnfial Iralnlne and v>
".." in. miiio and daurhtrm of
thr wl for ohUlnlng sulUhle
rmnlaim'itl both lorall* and
,1 r. ..I
u ., .1 i..d.> of .horlaae* r-f
hi "ir world aaaraete. rei
i,: i,. Ilkr BarhadiM i ovrr-
;:iipul.itrd with a vrrx hlch un-
emptayatent rate. Thr rraw-n
i, hlad Ibai i- ti"i gaepla hart
I...i ihr aeeaaaan traininr fr
Id il ..rr ..flrrrd. a:id
4 ran no longer afford
dirTrrriU to thl a.\
imnnr'int aublr't

nilKle for

I
^naer
industry
Slight damage



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is a
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If It I SI- 'or every purpose
Wit M.ips I'j.h $i.xt;
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out CimVOHIM ABS A8KE0 TO NOTE THAT OUR
ivonKsiioi- ami si iivk i\i. DSPABTMENTS will. ill.
, LOW l> MOM MONDAY, :iKI>. SEFTEMBI R IM. WILL
i:i:->I'i:n k.iin us MONDAY, i"TH Bl PTBMBBB, IM1,
so as TO ENABLE OI'R l*l KSiinsi I. TO HAVE THI B
\SM M. II \VK. A ski:i.i ION Bl \. I WttJ. HI U UL
Allll Kin BMEROEMCDn IIM.Y
OCB OPTICE, OASOUNI -I'll \M'\i .! ING PARTS
AND AC! I BBORll B i>i PAR! HENTSWILI Bl OPI N FOR
HI SIM ss is l si M. _______
COUBTESY
WHITE PARK ROAD
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DIAL 4616


SIX
BAMIAIMN ADVOCATl
Till BSDAV, SEPTEMBER 6
Dreadful, Choking. Spasms Of.
BKONCHIAL
ASTHMA r:
WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS
%si:n IX
1SII
NIGHTS When one dose of ihe amszintf Mixture will
ease that choking, smothering spasm in seconds' Bucklfy's
Mixture is no ordinary medicineits different from any
Cough Remedy you have ever tastedTriple StrengthNo
SyrupAM Medication.
One Dose Stops The Cough
Whtii you (eel a cough U choking bron-
chial spurn coming on, Jum lake a dose of
Buckley'i Mixture and *avb1Iow slowly
You'll feel the powerful healing warmth
spread down through your throat and broo-
< hial lubes, soothing Inflamed parts, eating
hard breathing and loosening tough phlegm,
making it easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture is
made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and
other proven ingredients There's not another
rough medicine like it. Get a bottle TODAY,
and relief right away.
BUCKLEY'S
MIXTURE
A SINGLE SIP TELLS WHY WE SELL A MILLION
BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA ALONE.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash anc1 CreaV Customers for Thursday to Saturday oniv
at
rfliibility
UOITPN1NG
B you can b*
- eure of f*tUn/
trone. nootti
riexlbU and -
boM kit -
c'mft/r slide
u teaar Look
r the nj ma on
* slider pall .
Ilk- i tlCHTNlNS FMTEHI
"fc Limui)
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TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH
Th BtCC Book for Ihe jroong
rrlrkHw Contribution! b y
evrta! of tfta leading rrtckat-
wa ol ti- ,i.,. WUh prologue
by Sir Donald Bind nun 11,-
,'OHNSON". STATIONERY

USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Tins. Anchor Powdered Milk 2.24 2.00 Tins Pineapple Juice .33 .30
Tins Ovaltino (Large) 1.54 1.48 Tins Pilchards (is) .22 .20
Tins Evap. Milk .29 .27 Bots. Frontenac Beer .26 .20,
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
':'Are You going to Australia?
No?
Well then let us (over the West in.in-. Cricket Tour for you.
I'.i .,ii..! impressions el Mir Cricket Writers or. the Spot
will make you Feel thiil you were there to see it.
We nlso give excellent Law Reports from London while
there are Special Pages with Complete Financial Information,
tinier Puges b> Winston Churchill.
SUBSCRIPTION : Yearly ......... *!. 0.0.
0 Month. ........ S. 10. G.
3 ......... S. 0. 0.
/%Wit Sails XTrlrgf^b
Representative: I. W. V. Gale. c/o Barbados Advocate. Phone 3204


THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER a 1151
RVRIIADOS ADVOCATE
I'M.I -I VI N
CLASSIFIED ADS. ^^^^SSSSS^S,
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Tma 9!m JTwmJi """^ *d siw o. u-4*v.
P*. Birth*. M.nnag* er LiM'*"|
iritwui.tm.tr. i. .n c.rifc Calling (h
-arge it 13*? It-i Ml nimMr pf wor
ip KKwgi eenu Mr word lor **<,
addliloral *ord T*rrri **h pnan* ZX*
betweec I and p m SID (or !
N*W Th* harge tar artnouric*fner.U of
I '.iM|,. Death*. Acbnnwt-
nu"iv -id 'n Hnwnwn itottc**
li **.,<. -Mt-Mii and II Won H.a.d*i
BRkSf at worn, up ic M. an
3 rrnli par ward, an *, nay* .. j-
rant* par worn en Sunday* ler
tdditio< MM4,
FOR SALE
MMrM .*..,. ,.* :; cm *
* mil In*alM 14 wa>ai a,.- U
t-o- ) cent* a wd we*li-d| rfn a
i- ' os gaadep*.
HEAL ESTATE
"" "' > aapaai.a Ati
*ia .1.4
MT.IIIB , || HI).!
UafJTgB
Oil IOn ftepiaenbar a. INI. at
'.-?.I Mwtouai. Oarar am. better
"o.d a* Brown*. blarWirr-llh. lat*
footballer of Notre Dama Hi- fiineeal
t-.il ...... m. mother* la-idenc*.
Chal.ion Gap CUIIoden Road al 4 V
p m la-day for u* W..lbu*
Camel***
""" .mother- Pi 111
and r. ..alee. .--. .. .1
Winaton and Noai brother* >
S HIn
George Handal
11 1
H..H ir
of Mar aon
iivt. Chnal C
.eta** i

** OH-1
Pudl*. Hall. Oeors
t !
-MI-TH (hi September 1 1*31. tu.i.t
Thaophilua Imili'. laia U-> caipaniai
of Chapel Hill. SI Jot... KM
leave* In* above hthMi. iMNpm
II flat lor Sorietv C'h^ptl
Mlldrad Smith .. Odrlh*
und Ai.4aF.> ,i. ahlei II.
I Fvaiion mid Olitit ..k.l
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR Ona Vauanau
m rondiuaa ,)
lval>n. Por,tao*lle
CASWSlandard H*| Saloon formerly
ii. Can W aei *t Ch*4**> r..n*.
|HJM Ud RTM.Ia *,ee, e*7lC
Man-** Sail-an
AR-Ort# Chryiler Royal Car |
flaa- ttrda. .ill r- _.. ,,,-eit,.,-,
Apply Harold Weanieriead c
i...inarhaad Umilad 4 >1
the under.igi.ed
MM at I
ntOTICF. .- M*b giwii thai iita e
. Well I he fcou-*
.11.11.* IBM.
-. Hilrhai, IRpI ptiit-aae Iliad
two r*wd* >"d PaCoNPtl B**a. ia U.
"' ina aptd Cman> |
applk-aiion * and addrratri and ir-r t,
>- p m al NWlr aaalt or .,m. d lh^ nainaa
>- )>* ddrt of tiaw aurwar*. if an' .
>ndiliaa of > *** undaranjiad, and if ao laauirrd
.>- natMa in ruins fram lha (aid
IPO.N a lANFin r : > jaia> an p. ih.Hr aalieitort
op> in ir proH titair ,o dabu
MUM M PU>b HPM and plar* aa U
Si Virhaal Inaprcll
'"f n* a a*
bavN of a ]* am
For furlnar parlKuian
Mt-TCKI .
Jama* srrati
a* M -4a,
CHAMBER DISCI SS
TECHNICAL TRAINING
# from !-
pi
r.is Ipisf sum of me.iicv in nn> Ctoluiloi In
-
I (Oil poll- i

e ofTpri .lui-ii.a
Cases V4ljouriM,l
Tor \\ itiiegsei
mhi
KLKCTRICAL
RAtMO O.t. PtultM I
<.r.d.llor. So raaaonabi
li-...-. fpigt ap s*n
Fl'KMTL'KK
riKXITURt ona
>- oitr : ... II n
Mudal %a Plwna
l.....I r.i Prau
Slov*- Tabla
...3..
IN MKMORIWI
l .*Tt K-Tn lAMnp B(B10M
Drurllla Caitaf who fall -al.
Ml) S>plamW. IPPO
Thar* U a fMi fata mian
A dr.ir vo* U. .
A plarr u va.-.
Ttial navar ran ba flilari
Tha flovtai, plarr i
ml
pun vir |p h>vm, "irmoTT of our
drat hliabaitd and falhr. John Haiibaat
Downir. who died on lha Mi Srrp.
IMI
r> fada* aitd Ufa daparl..
UfeMn iWilt, Mat Jan.. OMM iChO-
krani, riainr nanahU'-tn-U- Artnut
S..n.m-ia Rprtiard. ppttlcia. Maurran.
Daamond (raiul-ehUd>ati., eunca.
I Ktnn.tr. ibtolh*..
lambar.
Till m
You II
nlVOMsH l.t lovlnl nt.
in-w.n.h .Qrann
...laap or. Sapia-ibrt *
Twm ihraa >.an aK>
SIbcp p-ir drai ona ..
A.\MM MIHFMS
DHV 3O0D An'
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
BLADON
> c.
A PS., P.T.A.
FOR SALE
larla l.-s.
doublr
i .-.I r .
,.|-1
Kf Thar* la
wiin buiti-i
wardrobam.
vanl'a Hiirhan. bathtoom wllh tub
and howrt. aolat hratinp inaUl-
laiion. larpi* "nd 1 IrnTraaaW'
ioom> Tha groundi of about 'i an
acr ate heavilt wuodad nh
Mahofa.' and Platnbovanl lipaa
IjWiii and MrMM Aafljntd tat-
lac-a ara in a vclndad -.Had
to lawn
"STRATHMURE." Cnllodrn Rd
- -A aparioui I-.tort* ilore hotiar
built In lait with tha typa of
malarial taraly tin lo-daf A.-
commodaiion rompriar* anckoaad
illaii... J racrpUon. tlmtna roOni,
^ badtoutnu. kltchan. panttv
arnar *tr
irndad at I
RT"
pantri.
lU rf-
,i|. taducPd
POULTRY
KS biiporl.ti Htl IUiii
.mt.ulh Ro. thiaa. i monl
i M-tthawa. r ,-i.i Riaci
Tha .jr.aarat4i.ad w.u oHm t^ ,,u .,
PAibh. rompaajlior. ai thai. ORI... N-.
IT Huh rttraa* Brtd lha 14th day of Saptrtnbar. ItBl at J
TKa iwo-atorlrd Dwalllnahouat known
aa CONIaTOK-. with tha Uwd wttatav...
iha unit tianda and tharaio bakmplitp.
containlnc by admaaauramant t*tl
aqiMt* loat or tnaraabouta. attuala a<
lh A**nua BalUvl.lt. St. Mkhaal
Iitavact^on b> appoinimant with Mi.
I- L Topptn. sth Avanua Dial MHJ
For further partifulata and rondltloni
of ..la apply *,:_
COTTUe. CATTORD CO
u .\ i :.
* iflad i
x>t tha]
rich i
will I
I diamfcut.,,, mada b.lota
i n oratt , ptavatl
Datad tn.. Htl iM
> '-: .. ,.,
-No 14 Jam. 4taaai Rrid.ato.n
UtpiiMBMr.
WAMIV
HELP
- i , .i.,.- .
T,.
rrrpBR
rytatd *
nidanlsnad will offar
i-oi Hlft. ftiraat. Undlrtowii
1 SrpUmba>.
th.- Tlh da
Tha daellli.ahA.aa fc i
I.IJIVM- Vi-^K." will
.lereiri tha aarrta aland a
raTaMfJtof, .-..! tii>.| by
P4M4 Ibl aquare (*!
I a. It at
tha land
rvd . .-!.,
admeaaiire-
Ihareabvuia.
MKSCKU-ANKOIS
|
iv im that lh<

1 i rn >if ihi> laaMbd i it kf R
- iioli* aupiiMKh la thl
It ia true that witlm. u-t.iii
mn iiu- 11*11..11.,~ v -., ,.,- intii-
lulc hiii sprtinn
' it ifii^ ii iiu iuiHUI
rr,iuwcRi couei* in 'in- nm
-placTT" a ia Incapable of mtmini
Cm ej*trnnf!s ma.)- hi Jt, md
wondly. th* Cl**s whirh pip
einducird by ptrt-limc Lf4ur#r.
< attended by adulu nnh i
n informed that out of a total of
M cRndidalet for t^mr**. m
-iii-I oombiuiiDn and electrical
ilineeniif. oni] 24 can be
idawd. Of the*.-, an
I i>nl> H can Riadu.le
Attain totally uiade-
-tc number lor the Market
rhe mom rei-ent rata t fMhi-
lUOn in tlu Inland is l.aO*J,| |-
I and Vocational Ti
Ifland.
Cost
i.
:ri

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.:!aer.t


i*k;ix>nt(- Three
trii. e-ipaar.t at i
LIVESTOCK
i u.iiiduia* tnaratu. .....
lha Saa al llaatlna:.. <.nrla< tnutch
.on,in. Hotel Royal
lnBPrltr> aiar day aaeppl Sunday..
of II neon and ft
WANTID TO RINT
KARIROtal TO ,.im | ,
tound rilv-fltatifeld Voll A Co |.i
ii i-i i i
made hv ihp Wm India
.n thl* rontv i
'king that I OOP) of U
of,. !ortl"^ f#,he **""
..... catod ia v'',u; f"' '") '"' ''"
eduemmn and vwittKin-i l]")'v " ''
.,,,,<... ..
I am KOtnB (Q Uik vnu r.dntle. *'Ul lflSo ",ul "imxIiK'e thi
thBaOllWOf) ..t Which notfe, rm mfe>n>iatl-- Ol the Meet-
I arm given on the Agi-iul-. with '
bopa thai Oovarni
iiake a *lart Ra poon aa neui year
b) BllocaUni .. raai ub.fi niaa
iiiuVI ha* re.
- M uRBked pi

rnfrailtag held In Barliail.. U
tda in 11*48 Ol
mitpac furthe.
inl It a .Me*Una tf i,.
i wated Cbambara of Ccimmerre
I Klit# in IMS at which
I WM pr*a*ni a cabla WRa rfcotvad
futn th* West India Commlne*
Inndon. dealing uiih Vorntinna'
and the rrhaKi..
h, to the
i i.liimr. Thta cable w.
v.ltih at that meeting and - ibuU
-ne expreaaTiiR the MeeL
en, with the ane-
' v, ilnc-si
I .>*.
i
claiming goods
debt Steohan
Ma.-cvli arad la DaAToola
lakUlhtraoi- l^f. Ehr ina Masroll wrola
Ihnt the '. her ln-
tn leaders claim Among th*
. a radio She had uir.nion*;l
ulata he,

an adjiHirnmem
x-twaan ina hour*
LOST
MISCELLANEOUS
NT-ASTHMATIC CIGAHF-rTTK
|*Totnpl trlit-i of uphtnoi. of breath.
in Aalnrra 4 Dot KNIf.HTs i Tl>
p.-.i an
Cty Pharmacy
B. * New. pt,
TIM. Ki.lfhta ltd
11JPI-T F N
-----------------Oent'a
ilruehai. DanUI Plati
Bruafve*. Ball
Menxure
. rioor 8*1
Bruanee. and rr.an>
H P
Stteet Diainbulori
hlanant. all
idiruf iuih
llii'llt.-nitht
ni'hee. <
Bruahe.. Powdar
niba. Fibre Bowl
other*
R CO LTD Middle
Dial XM>
a t *i
IIEHF Alt th -t-ti 11-
wanly Palm Olivi gap
liotlat. Ciiaaotia Ctaani Ottei ...
-*r cake. Call lot Ihem a LTD KN1C.1IT a it-*
IR.DE-CO a m it- r. Dpi
rutura D i
KMUItTK LTD
a a ii -an
SOAP* < ilt/lCNT Wr .ftar to.,1,1
a reduclaon due t K Era
Toilet Soap Itr r*
Coaoana in fane> h. ft per
KNhaKT-a 1-TO *
UMUIT MAJOll -Con.iru.llan.I Anil.
nake* abaolutelv Rifld 9tcel Pramawork
rrom a few packtta of UNIMCT MAJOR
p murson. son a co .
Dial 1TI) 4IH 4 t J|. |
XMAK OPT- <:. Perfon^ Dtuhaat of air A Y> radu KMOtlT* LTD lch.br Ilia Prenrh V. r. HlgllpJI a 31 -lr.
Foi irlht patticolara. and condiuon*
of -ale. apply t..
vi>tt\j/ cATPonn a co
ia a ai a i>
The undetalti.ed will "Bar for Salp at '
publar compatltio.. at their OnVe. No
If, Hiah at:.-t BudBriown. on Fildav
tho I4.tr. da> of Sapietnber. IMI. al 1 M
THE COTTAGE aiTT SHOP, aundln*
apt a on -|..,r feet of land, adioinina
lha QaiUaaoa Aquallr Club. I .. ith tha tloodwiil and A.-.t- of thai
ECTION on klondata Wtdnr.-
id rridayi. brtwren the houf* of
a p m on applarauon ao the
*
unher panicuUr*. and condiitona
, apply to
IX1TTIX, CATFORD Ce
SI aitan.
: BTc rooks m*,.., Aeaao paup
(. aaai tap. auiuipm v^i^ nri..-
PUnm Ha-d. f> i
Plata Fimlei rphara *,nlr Advorata Ad
vcrtlalr* ftrpatt.n.nt li II 31 1.
RIWH
AUCTION
4i cHLvaoLir loaav, wa ara
.Itiictrd by Ihe Inautance Al.nl. lo aell
v Aurtion thla vahjel* wturh hai bean
.in-aped in pn ao idem Sale at Caurtaay
Oarac* on Fridat If. Sept al 1 30 p m
JOHN M BLADON A Co
> 3I*n
roil iii;.vr
MKIa-um rharpa n **k Tl cewli
M real. T-.-dai,. M n'O'di o.^e. M
word* 3 real* a word iaaak-4 rent* a
uortf on Sunday a.
HOUSE
CLfPTO.N TBaaatAOaTo an approved
tenant. Pumlahed Honec. Upper Bay St
Oppoaite Yacht and Aauauc Cluba. All
'..udetn *on\enlenc*e. Applr on premlaea
a a ii 111.
tone
ho. i.t of aound
loraled On ovat '. an aete of good
ftonlaga Flnt data Band) beach
and food aafe balhlnf The honaa
haa S Urge living room*. 4 bed-
. ..;...
the
A.IN
-HI. tpMbT'i Balbb*ba. Sub-
lantlally ttullt trodrtn atone bun-
Alow on tha araw of th* ciifli
and garage Rlartritllv "d wat.r
are laid on The Und I* over a
.rat and their .ire -bout M Co
ro^ntit tree. An IMtr ratine
ptopoaltion at the low figure a.tied
win wnint*. i.- .,;..,t.
St Jam** l'nrurnl*h*d houa* o"
roi'l. with 3 b*droon-. lounge,
" iJii.. pvaflcaahlng >a> *U.
Imrr.edlaia poaaaailaa
RENTALS
CRVfF HOI Kf St Philip
WAVRBUtT St Lawrence
a>Ara HOi'ar- ai i....,-., t
-DK rtjANC"BRT". Silver Sand*
Mirivvvr Garden Cap,
Worthing
rtlAa.tvr HIII HIT ll.l
Dayrell a Road, Si Michael
MNITIMAII Fl-AT* Cod-
t.r.aton Hill. i Michael
KIM>V WIMW4 T-raepart.
i Ha
Navy Garden-
fibowa. Lounae
ad ahower Shoi
Thtae
GvVlRNMINT NOTICE
VACANT POST OF MRIUCAI.
OFFICIR OF HEALTH
BARBADOS. B.YY.I
Applications are invited for
the post of Medical Ofik.i ol
Health at the Bpaigtvfelown
Health Centre which will serve
the iia northern parlahcs of
Barbados, covering a population
of some sixty thousand paopla.
2. The salary of thla whola-
lii'ii post which la pansionable
la in the seal* *4.390 v 240
$4,800 (British West Indian
dolli'T--). Salary subject to de-
ii -. of 4% of aalary under
Wid'y- and OnaaataB1 r.-i.i...
Act unless wholly or partially
exempt by membership of a
Widows' and Orphans' Pension
Scheme in another Government.
3. Passages up to n maximum
i.a.1 Sl.440 are paid en liiM
appointment. Lmvv pa's.i,.
not pbkI. Leave condili'inv !*
iri accordance with 1<"
ragulatlons.
4. A house allowance is paid
a* the rate of 10'i of salary
Quarters are not r-oviut.:
5. Travelling lllowgnat if
payable in accordance With th*
iocul regulations mad* undsi th-
Puhhc Ofllcer* Ixan and Travail-,
Ml RPIIV IHENEL ENOlNr:
Tenders arc invlie,) for th*
Giirchas* of one (1) New M IE(* Six Cylinder 6" x 8vj"
Murphy Diesel Engine mounted
on engine length welded l*el
skids, length 103 TB". laduitoi
cooled -nd rgulpped with
endosed Twin Disc power take
olt clutch, two 12 volt starting
batteries with cables, radiator fan
and lubricating oil coolor f"r
tropical operation. Rating 100
H.P. intvrmittcnl 150 H P
Unuuua al 1200 HPM. at Sea
level and Wr" ambient, aim a
lot of spare parts.
Tenders should be submitted in
scaled envelopes addressed lo the
City Engineer marked:
TENDERS FOR MI'RPHY
DIESEL ENGINE"
and should reach th* City Engin-
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later than
Saturday 13th September 10.M.
26 8.Mflu.
or the Ketiieation.il
Tivhnical Educatmt
t 'xial training.
riie Brat need f<
vho will M
1 lined, protwbh at
t <'n buildings and .
U) altering the
the appropriate sch
t wind,
md Voca-
-



. \ There
.11? about .1

1 .on Inali-

.. 1 -i receiving Dart-tlmt In
trudtoni tl
1 . ran Centra
1 Brould u- tha Bral to admit
utish ll.-.duras R Tochi,., UWf >nd ,,,., ,..
Vocational Ctmi^lug ba
.
tain furn'm, which I>aCoaU 4*
Co Ltd . :" lo offset a rkbt owed
Oi-ifflth. She was .ilwi granted nn
n anl to > t witnesses
SaHppItMper'a Soil
Vsljoiirui'il
Other i.olonii's
lude Instructli
ncation and r
1 i.l theie.
siMlar centre i*
iin.tiuct.ir, ,,. Sjll v< ,.|1 we to ta o( tM_IKHI> A, f-1
1 ',, '' 1 un ";- .1 Dovalopmenl PUi
Jipment. 1 |id wmi .(1i,ii 1800,000 und
ivi baan pariad La m <..
3lst March IH50 of I H40.000
irrleula
which Mi" WTthnall
r-T.fJ ,'' "f thr
.......
"I ant sun ili.it rou will appre-
1 lie that I
technical <,, ,|,
al linln-
\U
Pracftoat
A noirlrtl"!'
Boaounl 1 iTfi.000 was
ther sums have
iM'Ilt vl-

. Tu.-ni at tin*.
11 ting I said Alien I came to
Mluidof. that I WOUld 1
uiuiertflking unlea* I was in

Seawall
U'jUi WOI Vv
I I
1 |j

1 1
CITY COUNCIL
REPORTS
aa front page 3
lling, uul tiieie II one moat
aapecl which is not fa*
vealed in the leport. That n that
the two cheque* for (43.00 .mil
$1*2.00 iihown In the balance ol
cash held on behalf of Ut* Cap-
tain Cipriani MemorlH Fnn.i
were personal ehet,uiN drawn by
Mr. H. W Fani-ll. the Town
Clerk, on the l!ls| of Match. I!4H
and the 22ml Of December. IDM.l
p sp*-.-lively. Apparently these :
h.ive never baM pn
tilted to the Bank. Sinn
lnn>k-. if account f"i t.his Fun-
are available it m not possible t
gay what the correct balanc-
should be but there is a llkeh
hood that me Town Clara: ba)
.- affect, ircen using pai
funds of this Ti .
hii own purposes fe>r .1
able period
M Kuliie. ..,,,1 t!-.,t |
is matter of technical *dticati..i,
1 vocational training, ha
itiaflrd mm th.
uld eventually mar.,
rhmen in th* wnHraaicP .\
Tftanop such gg that of hi, firm
Hie Bail .0. Fi iiM.m -for (n.
M Wn.l 1 ,,.,1K wanlcu
I
k- iiuiii.. noi necessartli people
With technical kn.iwlwi,,
iln 1 g|,.
\l it the> needeil m t(- |.-. i
co..id use a cbJatl and hammer,
m nic who could hi- rat
chmi and things like that
\s fai .1
Ml K; .'i.i

tl wages of boyi in ardor to get
the boy of a higher ..
-tandard than what wlis then the
I ... to tram I 1 with
thf hope thai he wuuld levcum* > the recomn .
workman In n .shorter sjian ..t :.,-,. CommlttaMj appolaaiad b]
1 thai wi <., m n n 1 m (aa* ,..
t.ae failed 11 that effort. We did m conraxUon with Vo
1 lict the boy whom we ware ....., rechmcal Tralnlrui, n>i the
anl into Ushment of 1
mbarri 1 ., this j.ur
alao iiientinn that I have
tcaml t.'uii Britlah Oulana has
. verj elaborale
centra f>.i Tchn..
h.nal Tr-innm which haa l*en
thetl 1 Government
"iri win. 1. n the 3lt
March nil.
- 1
done in r*ie uei."
lion mlh thii M-i. un.
portanl matter. I think the tun.
'1.. .11 rived
dan* on ilinui
Ilarhadni. Dvanuneni
I 1. RdVt I tO .i|H)l\
fit
the allotment 1 .
. valUbtt mnoi
undei lha lO-jroau Plan I
. 1 ..
1 ng foi
Jbll I
ibtli aarvl"* or got a jeil. thai
u id 11... *oi, tab hands.
... arc athJ ...i.iin.nng the in.
' 11 ..sad iat ul paj ho wot
living tn i\-* our bojri :i
knowledge of i-iniin. mm work-
.p ; 1... tn e, tti and
aeaaruj up to Qgrtaln point, it
though In which
tin- firm 1
11 .> would gl; an] n lurp foi the
ruj What
I mean is that, nfti
with ua
... take 1 |ob kVlul I "He UM
'.11 go
KM
in
in.ill.
.,...
not.
lid
'
r.i ol iMivtrnmtnt l1

nlttac
"I will *gv that 1 am <
1 MkaUonal tinning ond 1 i 1 -
onaUj would bo worj dlimppant-
ii ir a beginning ut lea '
provided nar In noatl
At the Court of Original Jnrla-
(iii lion yesterday Judge H. A.
Vaughn adioumed a caar R I
I Pilgrim Head Chr.st
Church, brought against Evans
Clark* of the satin district, claim-
ing $140 03, as the bal, -
debt. The judge granted
the adlournment so thai l..iii.>n
in mini witnesses who
mlaht help prove her case
Ig noods frenii het
- M
during IB48 ai 1
Clarki
. r pocne
... 1944, His

I
- inn lo inn. and told hiro of the
debts
When DM
I ut. n will wet such
p vide nee < the shop girl who dis-
1 Itohttd Clarke', wife
' I

"SHIPPING NOTICES
tll.S 1 I.l M it I H M I-
t*W SgALAMU l.lhk. I.IMIIRD-
IM A N /
I ifTt PAtltV > P
1 1...... U..t-iM J..... :sth n- 1
h, Mackat J,il> SNitl. nn.i.,.i. Jilt
A.11 .- III. Idellvun-e
itnvliig at Tti>
nd Rarhado* S
. (,.,
>an*hlpm< '
ia. La*-.aid and Wlndwpid
I W
In v,c" ..[ our large pop
.111. the amounl Of unemployment
with the
fact that li'ieii' :, ,,-n-r /
wUad iii.......n m-ii branch <'
Ira k thli U roattai In which
Oovenunoni shnuhi
cadence
Appreciated Need
.....
1
-. particular. ap|.lt
< I in
TR1MDAU.
^ i n-H a i
n.lKIIAlH. .
a w 1
BeWi.p..."ADVERTISr.'
pn
The
olo
HARBOUR LOG
In CarlUle Bay
M4taa.teae

Was present at u.....a-etlnj -aid
.1 twara ..( th.
need for greatei fill 0, 1
lectinlcal and educati mal train
I .1 out. he
1 1* itart of the
. tiayaw,rr# this was
1
lie- had arrived Iri tnti 1 land
11- .il the l-rgiiiriiiiH .,f I)eeeinl>ei
a lhav RJJM
nitih-ioiked Into ihe Budget
H. Dnaiiy pugfjaated that ,-.
"Foi the mfrirnipttnn of mem-
1 .....igl at prea>
if all .i|i-
| icntnt* is $11(6 20. ana '
Icfit (list ended tin- CO
if 304 10"
Mr. Kidney then talked ol the
thnd ueed In I
dinina|u must
hold
1 i;iis\\i
idugla medical degrees, rcils-
lha Uniteel Kingdom
posses*
T'ie ( ,1.
Ira
NOTICE
la hereby wai
in with the eatal
J"M.ph Nathaniel Pre*ro<
llopewell. Chrtat Churrh.
infomiailon de.ired I
with ,- **tat*. paeaa*
of the late
Dueled Bl
n ram any
Candidates
BT,
trable In
and mutt poaseaa u Diploma
Public Health PI other equal
(|uaiifietion. A degree, 'iiploma
or ertiflcgte in Tropical Medicine u'"/'_ r'p*"1
ami Hygiene is desirabla but notlrt. 1, fir
easent
ash rraa.i Sah Bjaaarene. s S*l. kltrton Belli- Wolfe. M V C L M
Ta.i.l.. rj, Haiflal WMIlakaT
AkRi% ti -
a TS*oma *lar. 4MS ton* i^et
C.pl Hankpldp* Iron) lndo..
.-1-iiuM.-ai Tin." a H Vaaaiun
mn, M 14*1* i.e- caot
R..I..I. Qiiia.,*
I.l I 11 1 1 RgS
! grhoooet W l. RainWU). M 10. 1
laminw*
I in
Oaa
Vil
'. Chrlal Church
tlgned
IRVIN PRKSCOD.
Qualinad
7. Duties of the office are-
ascertamable by request from the
^Colonial Secreury'a office, but
(broadly these include port health
1 and quarantine service, inapeo*
! lion of schools, public health
education, maternal and child
welfare and other clinic appro-
priate to Health Centre services
1 n.i co-operating with local
government bodies on matters
relating to ".ariuuion and hygiene.
In Touch with Bsrbados
Coastal Station
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
ACCTTONIERS and
-1 i:\r.01:-
PLANTATIONS BITLDDVQ
Pbene 4S4f
G. A. Serviced
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY
s9BJB> li-'v >' faalitl rhei-.lui.
Jui^ ia*m
mm ILfn
1 petal orcaatoai
ORIENTAL
SOl'VE.VIHS
GUu. Cmrto; Jtwrl.
A.U.M.. Im, lllkt
*)*.. Etc.. R.
THASirS
Pr. Wm. Iln t. B Dial 34$C
w>,v#w///////
CAIiDIlM SHOW
WHITEHALL. ST PITER
in aid of St. Peter's
DAILY MEAL"
Open Dally l.3 a m. Ui
S m
Fram aalardat. geptember
Ith ia geateaiaer 3tth
Inelaalve
FN'TRANCE :-: 1/-
fabl* and W l-
aa.ia* 11
with Uw Mam
BafTMoa* '"'-'
0 1 gat. rair
a a c- .- S S
r. *dt .. s s Mon,.* S S II. .
Da
i..i. i-.
B*a Pearl ft ft Advlaei. H S Alro i
Pointer 8 S Wodj I I 1
IB Loch ejiith. ss Casaae
MMlUtS. B a Alcoa P*.in*ni s r-
l Alcoa Cornell. S S Fulkt fia-fi... II.
8. It is proposed that four (4) is a s h Public H*alth Nurses and one R a Vo.k-.no s-t Tana <<> .-
Sanitary Inspector wi'l aid Hi rTs" c^;
these duties. um, a a
'Oi larrn.-*- SS aIi.m PurlUn. SB
0 Th- Medical Officer of Alcoa Partner g B Alcoa K.i
- Tertu*. a B Co-till-
Thereaa S S Foi
Atlanta Sacondo R R
f nieniey was* to
t aching of apprenliees so tnai
they would in .ii..
llveUhood as a result, it would i'
well If Governnu
'.mc nrr.tngement with II
ngeaea a I hi them
C.nvernment could
bllity for the in t vi.,i of thin
tr.'.initia For thi
.
could then be on n
ad toi the l
the t ori.ii.ni-. i uid taSei Ian

i .11 wages
.
Mr Kidney. I do Rot know if
they will parvi II pUI
pose."
l^mg Neglected

M*,..
Health A-ould be expected to lake j ''"- Jf
Up duty on or about the
January. 19S2 and applications Dnaaman.
ahculd reach this ofTiee not Ir.ter H r>"
than the 15th October, IftSI. '
gt.Sl3n '
VANSLUYTMAN
BRINGS RICE
The 76-ton schooner TirnoSan
1 A. II. Vansluytmaa sailed into
port from British Ouiona yesur-
;dav with a cargo of SO bags of
rice 500 bag- "' charcoal. H Urn
I of Urewood and 85 packages of
fresh fruit. Oranges and grape-
fruit were Included among the
| fruit
"Thi trip from British Guiana
- is one o; the r.nest thai the Vaa-
l alaylmsn has made with me on
her. the male said yesterday
Th* Yanalurtman was neverthe-
, less about T5 miles out to see from
British Guiana when high winds
and rough seas were experienced
' -iv other ships in the Caribbean on
| Sunday Th* mate said that they !
| did not meet the squally weather
The Schooner Owner*' Associa-
tion irtformed the Advocate yester-
day that the schoor.ers Rainbow M
SEA WELL
aaiVAia m> w i \ i
.- l.i.i. Ida Oewbiiry. Mar*.
rnuilrone* June .L'haatanal. It
i*l. Donold ftue-a-Quan laa
Mary Dt-.a ,. Jnnath*
I llrvaii. On I'.ni ii.
..., ll.nrj Adl-gai.
Iraaa IrlalSad
It Brai... H aai.ker. R n-ifl V
Dag J Ct.ll. Made* Lee gta,.
Vor.le.1. It" Keil> J***b '.
ItfPAJHtl Bl n. R W I A L
Pa* inaiaa*
Clit*i*e Ctaneland. J.eiai Kh.if.i
fJSBlIRM fkake Alan I'm* I
Hoarh. Ina* Ihuii lea. Rinn Abrahai
L gggle.f.iri. Hni".
Mayer. Raperi G-ida '
h Budget
would be 1111...
-t then
would ! no Incluaitan

mtii ihi had beet
I SI
In the rnonth lha1 I
bi since, the Secretarial bad gone
through the len-vi
- it*, up ,i li-t ol
i th.it plan
Ingethei
i thtit hut

At th" lop "I

.- also luchiucal BdUCB
In.ii mil many OJthei th-ngs 'If
ara ..-as the II i
bir%*^**
.1 A.igi.tt ...

CANADIAN SERVICE
PAJITaVrn
I'll/IHIM
1
Auguit I
a>pi*it. m
Replem,.,
KIIRFRT TIIOM LTD. -
4PPLY: DA COHTA
NEW FORK ANI. OVLV SERVICK
00L LTDCANAIHAN 1ERV1CE
wi-; WOULD WaQaOOMI mi; dpi-oktimty
TO HI-L YOIK OatOBM FOI
ii mWE LEAB on. mmd TMJVTB
Hit
( ornei ed ltn>ad A
miroun i#
I Ion V C. Gale said
thanks ot the Chamber and the
ut munity should b* glvi
Wlthnall for brlnglnK the matter
up that day. It was a matt U a
had Ion*; baan ra ?
., i (,., -,- -.,..,
world today than I
Barbados had hee pod
reputatiot foi aducatloi a- fat
HUn Wr-. Indies wei
If one took into conalderaUon tie
la*t flguit- to aduca-
tfon i.i would Bai log
and.
"Unfoit .,
gone In for technical education
which is needed." he said I ,l>
v. oul.l I-
iee..pla would lie "iiupiied to work
f-.i a living instead of iust walk-
ing about when
looking for ;i , b and i.......ifti i
'han not, in van. Ail Uv
coing to a seenridary or t.: h
- hool cannot h. dot las
teachers, eivd parvai I
and these thing!
. > i
.; given any
whatsoever, w"h the- re-
suit that when tilev \< s. h--l they
. ry diflk-ull to

This n Rtt cal train-
ig was 0O>
up very seriously by the
mint, said Mr. Gale Ii* thought
1
ie Maine name i Ollld b0
.?" w4!, A
.,". master'
RATM0F EXCHANGE 8^^S*^S.?K f
some kind of technical ed<
should i>e started as soon
poaatbR
Ai
D-ia
. Mgea
I I.etM
i McLeOd S....O.
Brown* Roiaci
wi. V ., ......
Tar-M I ......

Mtarlh* DAI'
I */\".
lad Gardenia W.. which left Bar-
* prtly hefore th.- bad
. weather set in on Sunday, reached
W/A*AAr-/r/,v/,/(v.v/.( thi r I* tii .'.- 'Sfely.
.
m si. i
Banker. at i
Damand Draft. SI M'V p*
' I Draft. SI I Hf. pe
SB1
Plranuri'
...
Mr. A ..
I h.ve fr.tl plt..ur
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
I


PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVlx \,l
TIICRSnAY. SrpTFMBF.R C 19S1
W.L 1950 Tour Reviewed In Book Form
WHAT'S ON TODAY

"Days Al Thr Cricket"
idio audiences, has vrritti
. : i on ''> I i cricket
- ntlU< d D ij W n i Cj Ickrl" 110 fi>
Mm '..
ng t ausrad Tin -
IBM \ HI of lh I)
ha i: i
uv I igain ipi
I .
. i

.: I | : ... .
.

to ci i -
..'11
SliniiH.n \
I

< .

ion, and it







get. An
!
"
' ttMti BM th
nil Wv I
I I
WOIIIII SlHl\ II ItS
ralel
McDonald llailey
Doe$ il Again
HALL OF SECRETS
NEW YOKK
An unidentified Bi:h aircrjfi [1 i.krr* are tioop
l credited with a part In M an imaginary BggtaBBI
| ihe Aral Bosnian MiG A<|timaldo And *omt
!.. \i tasMd 1uHlrn rtmtrla *oou
i.wndh virtual!) intld lighting ;! I) -blank
Tto eraoUl la given by Hit mas
n Week, whit'. Hungry Men
IKIMINKRS in Oregon State
jail nuv<
work. Says W. r-

Cricket Match
(Tbe Island <
-'i
Ofttcjal
aptun
I U.

i is to do an engineeriii;
Wright Patterson
, .
Say.* AvliiMon Week
"
InM g s Qgatari I*
trad, i NJmtwIm w
Of the plane will '-reamed. Then
irtiK purpose.'' ouUide. Seaman Dai
A (IK NUBA I. VIEW of the Vigoralli
tba haal* in the World Sprint Champio
Eag Ham- of Britain EXPRESS
N
rlgnuui
Teonie
\\ ins U.S.
Title
Ni^ilhJit-
.
]
BELCH
latin m i
b i equalled th
...., .
pi in) And I'm ip
M, I
Ol UK | .
''" ' .<""" ' !" ' ' B tv I
1""<1"" "'" I i old Aussie de.,11 American Dav ?H . J
k in Milan during I
.-hip* which wan won by
SNYDBP r re I HIW Sepl i

who
.
racket a ii.-
I
boo*a of
Barbados
Players Get
Cape To-day



i |vei tuni unlh
tram Hi ittsh nthlrtci



'

i

iravdU
tcom
< 'up bopi i
Mlm Collj..... i .
Barbvdoe Cricket A
Barbad i

iclu.tr I
the -I i ..ii pi .uter.
".....'i lao i
.-.... If. Il Wig I
nope '< Wint won the <>"
I i minute IB.?
'* The BriUah nun won I
eetti
was great bitung, m |0 yugoatavla'a BS| A
Balding port
l Evaru without .piMiiiintion, cheered the trlctorloui la i
and of Wllcotl in vi. M :....
relative incxpi I ,, ,
..... ihe b.
man n 01 y,,,.,. |.lV(l( i.,
h nevei ulftred ddlUoti lo Yi.*...!..v Un
:' fact, the BHtlah limckeenci i necked I
upon which ihe .'* ume and declared thai tracfe cw
luble for the be .
h M Poui othei mm
end >kiii. given thai cncfcn UM thi- reconl Jem Owei H
mitcfa vra tboul it U Divle and Barney Bwell Um US
i v,i LiBew (i I
npiioii of a few day lilei Balwa i i
".fore tunning In Athene In in
OrNh nir. tin hte blii I
ant Teal .,, pVMerj luring . 100-metre
urilbUl ^till WOO In
' It wag an ii axperli
roup con-Jha nld alt I tuunruu)
doubt that tneylonythtng until i brokr the tape
etltion of the pitch,*1
pecutofi might weuf
teH die
U. ntll and Wiilcnll
i of del lea ti

i
a MTileoti
W i -
f
1
iriuin i beat 0| f ., n
M
'i any
rhe praeentatlort will I
ry durln the Tea Intern I today a
' ^.....I i Ground* when FI i td<
... i -j hi Rait,
11 i- Ing car,, toda-
fl i "' in k E Wal mi
j C Bra a W Qraei
Holdei. c w s^iith

'mjiiiuitop
By M. HirniiMi Cuv
Deal-* : South
\unli Snuth (iiw
i ment <>i
I'BltR CO-"
U S and BfttitB.*
********* is*
Korea jnd salvage.!
It Was A Thriller
Qtll A.M. Alone in her dark-
Rl iii Urone I'ark. Ne^
^ .r Mr Ulttin Laakla entdwd
TV Mt
: turning inU> a vim-

There w,i- a noiae at the win-
:\t,\\. V ." I
!. .1
Ki -
Fo. wwkt Americans have fallen off the dustbin on which
ho-- air genrr.K were he was standing In look int.. UM
conAdentli on B**-
,.. r fi.ttn.iiin- '' OM of trMe roincidi'ncv?
-*: flghtr ihH should only happen In a
4 eArthui hearings in Aim, two p Ring A:
C'ongrew. Now the mystery seeim '"e police -t.tion Seamai
lo be solved. said. adly: TH never touch
lirtrMUl i onli mi- ar.o'her drop of that -tull '
the Now She Prays
oujry, sh, relhtvad tba twwu. sister qi'Entin rit\
Apru .utietiy ggylng htf priyi
llow In t.ei On California'! San Vicente Convent
EVEN in thtl land of plenty toaay. Yeatardiy the was 20-
there is grumbling and fault- year-old film actress Juanlta
finding. But on hia 8l*t birthday QuagMy, who earned E38n ., week
Bernard llaruch sums up in seven She had been in films since she
words how to live and i njoy was three.
living. Says the political and lln- , .. ,
ancia! sage. Don't arouv Klan, But Nn Fear
you can OMKOIM ingil KI' KEI X KlJtNSMIN
Baruch practises what he preirh- i quUjuj a great comeback ml
Wad of oeinit mournful North Carolina in defiance of the l
rill age. he announced police.
plans for the ceaabrttion ol bat The Klan. which wars on
""h hirthdiiy. Negroes and nails a rlery Vross to
nno||gaj|ggjg Dip In the
IS PROHIBITION DEAD* ,,m*< '""*' thousands of forma
Yes. BootleggmK'' Not ;it nil. -ays members to assemble and wear
:age Industn. '' hoods.
Inc. It adds that because of high But only 97 men tun
U xes bootleggers are selling more They were outnumbered by curl-
IDagjaJ liquor than licensed trad- ous and unfrightened Negroes.
telling whisky Paying no deputy sheriffs, and
axes, the bootleggers under*11!: nine-yeai -uld boy stood
ine traders v 12s. 6d. n bottle. speakers' atand
KxerciNe Knnck-Oul smoked a
WAR (iAMES in North Cam- ^W;l
Itna are growing too real. One
I'oldter was severely Clubbod,
another wounded. To the assem-
'leil troopi llrmadiei QegM 1
Henry Meyers said: "Phi proud
of your enthusiastic flgnting
'inalities. but we are atlll ne:r>-
Mceung of the Christ Church
Vestry p m
WaUr Polo at th* Aquatic
Club (Harruon College -
Barracadan and Whipporay*
vb. Police) ft p m.
Musical ProgramnM at Bnti-h
Council e i pa
CINEMAS
%(! *m n<.a. i
i" >"
ri-\ts r-i.u.1r. ii
!..(. s, .ii. i
Sport* Window

4m "*
M The
mau he*.
Striken* Ordered
To Resume Work
WASM1NC1T. >
ft] Judge on W
ordered stiikinK maanbera of the
international Union of Mine. Mi)l.|
ami Smelter Workers to end their
ten-day-old strike aguinst the
copper Industry and to return t<>
*ork Immediately. Una.
id that they would comply.
Judge Alfred Murray of the laaiUll
Circuit Court of Appeal-
ihe restraining order IHUM
OoverntMnt under th*
Hartley Uw. IM*.
I
chess champion He ..
old rolleguin, hindM
husky enough to be ;
star and idol of the gu
ERNIES
wioflK an

PABI 0DD>
TO-DAt
AT
AKIMA
Ki nit s (nrecust lip . .
Bells Special SCOTCH
ininin t oiow
f.,.li up QaWbSCH
IH'Tt II BKKH (or Prince
Bern ird Handicap.
Br|!eve it or nnt - -
To-niorruw nl ti p.m. I
rlts. iisv ihe t.T.1 iluv's pm-
pgnutM ut Artiuu.
6.9.51. In.
UM
and
cigar.
m UU rally a fi
Kerr BcoU had '
Klan that he would
ry man who wore I
None did. Governor Scott
on of a PanamaTt.
And (JimmI At Chess
BY BEATlNti AM. the
amed
!.....d
is Ihe
; of the
me
inn)
There' 1 .ildhejicici grey lie
of thi

I K

.11
!
I with
though! he

...
1

!
mil cf ihundoi '
U i
r un
had WOtl UU

:mglv Iht
nil isrowd of
lubUini auppoi t.
the pitch, urn
liDofite police praparaUooa had

h
B.r.p.
SPEED"STAR FINED
Pred WlUlami w.....h
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Dun lop
SPORT SHOES
are popular
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trusted everywhere
iBqccuiac
80* o( the ployers in
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We have sizes lo lil Irom
children to grown-up-
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The Magisler Yachting Shoe
CAVE
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1013. Broad Si.
The while Flash: Saddle Oxford.
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SISC0L1N DISTEMPER
Covers in one coat
Supplied in Powder form in many attrcciivo colouii.
WHITE. CREAM. BLUE, SUNSHINE. GREEN BUFF
Made ready lor us* by mixing 2' p'nis waler with 5 lb::,
powder.
5-Ib packaqea at SI.05 per package
3J-tb packagea at 74c. per packago
WILKINSON & HAVN.S (0.. LTD.
Phon 4156 Hardware Dept


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